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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. 11., SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914.
Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumys
1 318 West Central .venue
RULINO, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS.
ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
203-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 44Q
C. T. FRENCH
I t M Ml. KIHMTOK
l um ami tvntrel.
Phone Itajr unit Mgtu. 60.
Expert Hair Work.
Combing mad Into ewltches,
trunalnrmullotia, puff, curia,
el'.; ltihsa dyed.
MIIH. M. 1'KlihA
Phnn ill. 11 M. 41k Bt.
While they last; With
each box of Nadine Face
powder a 25-cent box of
Nadinola Talcum Powder.
WILLIAMS DRUG CG.
307 Wet Central
COAL AND WOOD
Best Mountain Wood
GALLUP COAL '
in any quantity
TROTTER " Phone 012
and Irrigation Plants
UIMlMII.I. TWhX. I'lMIt Al
iii'iii for Wt'lH-r ;s t-.nlntu
J. I". VO.KIi. Ill V. ('"HUT W.
IU-M. lllOlM l.'tllKM. OlfllT IM Illl
Are tf value onlv In prnport ion to
the ability Mini kklll r the rcf racttun
e Who fits Hum.
3'hev must he hxui lly tin- right kind
of glasses (tr ymir eyes,
ll in II. f Skilled ea-rvloe of the Re
fnuiiunlHt rather than tin- mere mer
thuiiihee represented ly a pair
p'ilftNC Wllll'll U jlll.lM,' )' I
We liirr liu u uiil exercise .-ill
ihiiiom skill to see tli ii r-tr) wlr "'
yl.it Kin we (Ii la 'HI rlitlu.
C. H. CARNES
III Hna ttiilial. flume )M
(MHlle IIiMi-I CimiiIm
Chicago Mill & Lumber Co.
General Planing Mill
3rd end Marquette Phone 8
1 LUMBER A BUILD Ki.
U botaaato and lUHaii
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
is Nurib rtr Ko4
Albuquerque foundarj and
Staftaecra rtr Martiliil ft
iaatina la i'uii, ilrua. rraaa.
Aluioliiiiiu. Btrurtural HImI tut
tttldga and bulldluM
Harki Mr Hn.AIaara.
rin.na i. na uam. iii w oi.pr"
f..r llri-(laa la. ks aud aarriagaa
,W. U Trimbla A Co.. .
of Cheap Soda
Let your children drink
something you will not
It costs money to make
We have no cheap
goods to offer.
Insist on Sodas and
Mineral Water bottled
by The Coyote Spring!
Mineral Water Co.
Our Motto Is "We Makt
Top -Not Slop."
The Coyote Co.
F. H. PERRY, Mgr.
323 NORTH FIRST ST.
We are selling Boys'
Clothing at 25 per cent 1
discount this means
$5 00 SUITS. NOW
SG.OO SUITS, NOW
$7.50 SUITS, NOW
BOYS' PANTS AT
E. L. Washburn
WARM WELCOME FOR
WILL BE ON TAP
t'Hlirnrnla Klk on tbelr way to tha
! !-nrr ip It-mi I Inn will atop off hrra
toiiiurruw. Thrrr Will br two drlr
I Kuliuiiv, on from Lna Aimrlra, dua
j to airivr ut lu o'clock, and our from
I Sun I'titiii l o, du hrr at noon
' 'I ln y arr irHluiK on rpn ial Irttlim
nilii ui.-M hrrr, and loral Klka hnvc
Mirunai'd fur thrlr rlilrrluininriit.
'I liry will h mrt at Hie Him l.n and
rw i.i n il l0 the Klk clulihouw. whrra
himpliulily o Dim Alliuiiurrgu brand
will Ii in ai-tlon rvery nilnuta of
llnir rluy. Th Klk would Uka
rw-ry i ilu n of Iht. i lly who run
turn out wilh'-"t Imrrfi-rlng with hia
rliurrh Mil. iiiluncr u lr at tha la
Hi. ii to hivb an Albuiurriua wrlt outa
Ik Ihr imioi.
A npi-riul with Arlxonu Klk aboard
puuvrd ht-rr for a ! imnuir thi
no. i ulna Thry ritrna In at 1 oVIix k
and w-rr Srvllril by fnrl -rmliia Al
I broken cie Ysnn.
Try SO-'snl Herald want ad.
BEGINNING SATURDAY July 11
Th;re will be Two Matinees
St., every day at
221 South Second Street
SAND AND GRAVEL
FoflKPAST: Tonight and Hun
ilny generally cloudy with prob
alily thunder shower In east or
llim. l.OTAI. weather for the 24
hour ended al o'clock this
TIIIXtiH TO WOHHY AIKUT
Practically every coniilry will
he re presented at Ihe Intcrnatinn
ul congress of tropical agriculture
al t,ondon tint month.
An nutomobile mounted on but
two whei-ln, rmployina n yro
ri. pf to hold it iTwl, haa Iwn
liullt by a KuHinn rnglncrr.
oiPumarKxrlna Imixiru Into
flirmuny tha firnt five mimlha
thla yur ttiulrd 22.Huil.uuu
1'ari'el pout mrrrhamllHr gulii
oul of thv Hrltlnh Intra durlnc the
firm hnlr 1 V 1 3 jiRKrraulPd tlH.-
(lrrinan labor union rrpnrt an
liuri-nn, I,, mrmht-rahlp of mora
I tin n IMI.imiu wllliin llif liml yvr,
I hi- KrHiul lu'.u) bring In rxcrHH ol
It you fall to rt your evening
COMPANY, PHONO !..
Per" Candy Wore ll;ipberry Ire
cream and grape hcrbel today.
J. M. Hunt of Oullup la a visitor in
1 Iti in h at ftummrr CinruVn
cheter lolon, aon of Col. E. W.
lMibon. I In the city from Moiiuino,
N M., for u vlit.
Attorney James CI. Fitch of Focor
ro I altending to buinea miiiiT
in AlbuiueriUe today.
Kyw IroubH Scei Venn.
Attorney (leorgr H. Klixk wa a
biminesa vlltor In Huntu Ke y'trr
day. Mr. Thomu MrMlllln. wife of th
chief of poller, and thr Mime May
and Alice McMlllin, who liue been
In Californlu, returned home tuduy.
Vtnornl Wenkle. one of Ihr clerk
of thr llawkin groery aiore. ha
gone to lH-nvrr for a vacation and
to vlHlt hi mother
Ir. Fayette A. June, preaident of
thr ti hool of Mine, left for Kocorro
this morning afirr apending at'Veral
Mr, lwrrncr II. lackey of Xunta
Ke, formerly Mum Maiy McKie. and
hr lter. Ml A me I, a M. McKte. are
vivilor in Alliuiiurrgue today, guet
at I he Combs hotel.
Erneet Hlcrol. a miner who waa
hurt by a fulling plank at a Cerrlllo
coul mine several days ago. wua
lak'n to Hi. Joseph' hospital lust
Captain Fred ttusarll of the fire
department bt off duly on account of
illnei. He expects lo undergo a
minor operation and may be absent
fium duly for w week or more
The clean-up committee of the
Commercial club's membership cam
palgn will go lu work Monday. When
Ihey finish with all the piospects In
igbl the (.amass will be closed. K.
(IJCAKKKH AXI PltF:KKFItH
kf.UU Vl'lt CUVTHKH Ttl
I N AMD UK HATIkr1F.il
1 1 ft Si, Sml, M. PtMMs 4M.
Licensed Motion Pictures ; Licensed Motion Picture
Mailmi mi SUA ami S. nrM Mxw at oMo.lt
Mglitn al J:0 ami B,:S.V and Hie !
I JIM Mmv IK'aliM al t:4.V KIIOWH Mt HII1NR.
PTIIK WFJKKt.Y- TOIY.
VAI li:II.I.K TOtY. All Im r-re-.li Air Tin I.
at The Crystal, 221 So. 2nd
2:30 and 3:30.
WHILE THEY LAST
SEND FOR PRICES
STROP'S BOOK STORE
Your moiwy hai-k If yoa
L. tiroae la chairman of th com
mittee. Mr. Harry Welller la recovering
from a light attack of pneumonia.
Attorney A. II. Htroup haa returned
from a biiainess trip to Mania Fe.
iM-puty State Treasurer Frank
Marron Is visiting In Albuquerque to
day. Mr. Ft. II. Crawford, (19 Houth
Firoadwuy, la enjoying a visit fioni
Mrs. Uula M.irah of (iallup.
Iir. Joseph II. Clpes leaves tonight
for l'enver on professional business.
He will return home Wednesday
Coii.ity Clerk A. K. Walker lsoe4
the following mairlugr licenses tuduy:
ttaiael Tovar and Hrrnsrdiia tion
t.ile. of. Alameda; W. Frank Dough
erty and Iva M. Wood, of Albuquer
que. Seymour lwinaon, Jr., of the
Kcoiioniist, returned heme at r.uon
tuduy from Philadelphia. Atlantic
City and New York. Al Philadelphia
he vielted his father, Heymond I.ew
Inson, Sr., who has been seriously III.
There will be special meeting of
Mineral lodge No. 4, K. of P., lo
nikht tit o'clock for the purpose of
ill i UKmiig the mesa land proposition
us ouilmed oy the Co nnn r iiil club.
All members are requeeted to hf
piesenl. Iiy order tif the C. C.
S-iui-i'f filial announcement haa
been made that owner of cotton-
w I con save their tree next
aprlnir from the ane If they will trim
them at th proper time. Tree
trimmed back at the right time, it
is suit!, do nol bear cotton for sev
eral years, and thr rltv will not fell
I hone n trimmed. Kvrry tree not
trimmed, however, will be laid low.
City Kngineer madding hua had
every lust cotton-bearing tree In the
JUDGE MANN WILL GO
TO MILWAUKEE MEETING
Judiie Kdward A. Mann Is In rep
resent the Commercial club st thr
meeting of thr supreme Council of
the Moose In Milwaukee, urging that
the proposed 12. 000. no aunllarium
be esislilixbed here. A Commerciul
i lull ci.inmllvee raised II On for Judge
Manns eiperuws. The Mouse lodge
is to send a representative and the
city lounill will b represented by
I'r It. U Husl.
funeral of Ocorar II. Tlxima. Jr.
The funeral of the late tleorge H.
Thomas. Jr., who died Wednesday in
the H..11 1 a Fa hospital at La Junta,
will take p!ac tomorrow afternoon
at 3:311 ,,'clock In the Kirnng chapel,
Keci.nd and Copper. iter. C .
Keckman of the First Methodist
church will conduct the service and
interment will be In Fulrvlew ceme
tery. I 'unreal of Mrs. Jrsine.
Th funeral or Mrs. N. M. Jenna.
whose death occurred la California,
will take place at I o'clock tomorrow
ariernoon at th French chapel.
Fifth and Central. Kev. Thomaa
tlsrwoott will conduct Ihe service and
Interment will be In Falrvlew ceme
tery. The remain lay In atat al the
French chapel thla afternoon and
many friend whu knew Mra. Jenna
during her long residence In Albu
querque bald final tribute lu her
Airdomc Tonight I
300 North Second Street f
HEW MEXICO GI6AR
STORE FINEST Id
Remodelled Home of Big; To
bacco House Beautifully
Finished and a Model of
Tirmodrlllna of tha home nlfli-a
and rrlnll atora of tha Nrw Mrxlt-o
Cigar company, at IIS Vrt fi'nirul
avrnur, whlrh hna hrrn undrr way
for aomr llmr. haa brrn complnrd.
and the rrault la tha flnrM rlgur and
toharru atorr In tha rnllrr aouth
wrt. Thr fluurr rr In mohogany.
of arvrra tinlnh and rxcrptlonnl
brauty, trlmmrd In importrd Halbm
niarblr, tha aamc wood and mnrhlr
bring1 urd In Ihr flniHhlng of thr n-!
trartlvr ahow window. The wholr j
rm wall of the routn I fillrd by a
hunr pipe rnr, mprolnlly built fori
thla torr, a wrrr all l ir fixture. I
Thr alor I cool and Inviting and 11
a material Improvrmrnt to thr rtreel. j
moilein gluia awning hnvlng been i
Included In thr recrnt linprovrmrnia
Inimrdlntrly behind tha retail amrr
ra Ihr of lire and tork room, a .
Ihoroiighly modern niulpment for
ke"plng tobnrco and clgan In firm-
cln rondltlon and rohtutnlng one
of Ihr large! atockn In thr went. I
Thr rear of tha building la ncruplru
by an airy pool and billlnrd room.
with fine table, and which alao ha
)ut brrn refurnirheil and drcorated.
Thr plant In one of Ihr nioM com- I
plile of It kind In thr roumry and 1
will rumpnrr favorahl)- with thr brat
tobarrn hop In Ihr big rltie.
Thr Nrw Mexico Cigar roinpnny I
one of Ihr pioneer btiinea r.incrrn
of Alliuiiieritie and It wholeimlo
hulnea now rxirnd all over thr I
aotithwet. '. I., riherwood, the man
ager, haa been with the t'ompuny
for aevt-nteen year, ccinlng hrre (
from KI Pnao, where he haa brrn the
manager of four atorr for thr put ,
nine rar. Prior to that time he
wan with thr rompiiny at ltowell
for neven yrur. Mm peralty I the'
handling of rrln.il cigar and tobacco'
trade and with tile rxtenaive atock i
of the Nrw Mexico Cigar company
behind him. la adding many lm-,1
provement to the local ttore which .
will niukr It popular with tobacco
111 CHARGE MADE
IBalks at Complaint and In
sists on Extradition Proceed
ings. Papers Expected from
i Arizona Next Week.
J. W. Kirby, the young veterinary
surgeon arrested here Thursday by
Chief McMlllin at the request ol
Sheriff T. K. Pullluin. of Cucoitlno
county, Arl., has refused to return
lo Flagstaff to answer Ihr charge
filed against him there without e
iradltlon. Bherlff Pu"Wm came here
yestetday mul Kirby, according lo thr
poller, agreed In waive extradition.
When It came time lo lake the train
lust evening, however, he I said to
have changed hi mind.
Sheriff Pulllam wired County At
torney ll. H. Wilson ul Flagstaff of
I he situation and received a reply to
the el feel thut Oovrrnor Hunt, of
Arlxona, whs away and the pupera
could not be obtainrd at I'hoenix un
Kirby Is charged In the f.irm.il
complaint with obtaining money un
der false pretense. He admits pass
ing a check for 120 and another for
140, but la said lo have bulked ul
facing the charge preferred. He Is
said lo have offered lo return vol
untarily if the charge 1 changed lo
passing worthless chrras. He told
Chief MrMlllln when arrested that
he was In u position to make the
checks good and would do an if given
a chance. He told a Herald rrporter
that he passed the check in thr
first place expecting tn be able to
cover Ihem. but that he afterwards
realised he would br unable tn do so
and left Flagstaff tn avoid trouble
w hile getting m nry together.
TRAIN PASSENGER STABS
HIMSELF IN ABDOMEN
Or. A', ft. Lovelace. Panla Fe phy
J tun, wua called to train No. 1
, when It arrived here at 7 o'e.'ock lost
'night lo treat Clika Apakaross, a pas
Jsenger, for a alub wound In the ub
domen. Thw wound was Inflicted
with a penknife. Thr man is said to
have stabbed himself in a fit of tem
porary insanity. The wound was
about an inch deep and half an Inch
wide. It waa discovered Just after
th train left Iji Vegas, when Apa
kaross was seen trying lo force his
finger Into the rut.
, Apakaross w on hi way from
nultlmor to !. Angeles, where a
aon la said to b in business. He
continued hia journey under guard.
Hislliia Master Kd Sinclair went with
him a far aa (lallup, where another
Hani Fe ol fleer w as to relieve him.
Oakey Clifford haa added lo hi
tag and automobile aervtce equip
KI B CHANG
ment today th Abbot-lH-trolt car
I w hich he recently purchased from
the state engineer. The car tiea been
worked over, repainted and decorated
and la one of the moat attractive In
trytiUe , Vans.
MONDAY and TUESDAY
"Mothers Friend" Blouses
For Boys, ages 5 to 15, Collars attached
Boys' Rompers, worth to 50c, ages 2 to 8
MONDAY AND TUESDAY'S PRICES
Girls' and Boys' Buster Brown Hose
12ic to 18c pair
A good selection of Long Silk Gloves, black, white
and Pongee, worth to $2.50
MONDAY AND TUESDAY'S PRICES
38c to $1.25
' Shirt Waists, worth to $2.50
MONDAY AND TUESDAY'S PRICES
Ladies' Buster Brown Hose
THE MODEL Co.
A. D. CAMPBELL, Manager.
FROM LUCCA, ITALY
When purchasing Olive Oil why not buy the purest ana
best. The LUCCA ITALY trade mark, Gradi and Dom
enici is positively the brand you will always want it
once tried. Ask your dealer for Gradi and Domenici
Let us figure on your next MOVING
job. Moving done promptly
at the right price.
MHY FOR MESA
TRACT READY FOR
Odd Fellows Lodge Volunteers
its Note This Morning Com
pleting List of Eight. Cush
man Phones Delgado.
"If Iherr ever Was any ilouot about
the sentiment of Ihe people regard
ing the truct of land on the mesa, It
hus been dispelled." said President
C. O. Cuahman of the Commerciul
club this morning. "1 have la-en oil
by many business men since the or
ganisations of Albuquerq Je stepped
In to save the land that II would
have been the worst kind of folly to
let It slip through nur hand. Thr
land is safe now. The response lo
the cull for help waa mint gratifying
and showed a splendid public spirit
on the part of Ihe organisations,
civic and fraternal, of this city.
"The Odd Fellows lodge volun
teered their note for lioo l tils morn
ing, completing the list of eight giv
ing 1100 each. I will telephone tn
Ihe land of Hie today advlxing Mr.
iM'Iguilo I but Ihe money Is ready, and
will hand It to Ihs city council Mon
day for transmission to funta Fe."
TOO T.ATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKI -Two young men lo ax-ll
and cullecl. Must coma well rec
ommended and huv ability aa sales
men. Kalary and Commission lo th
right men. Apply linger Hewing
Muchlne Co.. Ill Houth Hecond.
For earache, toothache, pain,
burn, sin Ida, r throat, try lr.
Thuniua' Ki Ist lrlo (i'l, a splendid
remedy (or emergencies.
Keep liquids either hot or
cold and are just the thing
for picnicing and are also
indispensable in the home
where there are young
Pints $1.50 to $1.75
Quarts $2.50 to $2.75
We have a complete line
of Kodaks and Kodak
0. 1 HATSDN & CO.
In Our Sew Quarter.
S We (Vntral.
THIEF GETS SEVENTY
D0LLAR3 AT THE C0MB3
Heventy dollars In rash waa stolen
from a drawer In Ihe barroom of the
Hotel Combs yesterday. The bar
room was locked al g o'clock yester
day morning and when It was re
opened Ihe theft waa discovered. Kn
trance was gained through a rear
window and ihe money containing
Ihe drawer forced. It waa evidently
a "oue-mun job" and Ihe Ihlef wag
familiar with the place.
Lenaaj broke) Kea Venn.