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Special Values om Sale Tlhds We ell
Notice the Date and ocmr-
THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUEUQUE, IT. II., MONDAY. JULY 27. 1914.
For Tuesday, 9 a. m.
1,000 yards in Swisses and Colonial styles, a
t.plcndid assortment at the price; values to
33o yard; extra special for this fi?f
hour, yard C
EXTRA SPECIAL -100 PIECES NEW OUT
INQ FLANNELS. Very best quality, select
patterns, extra weight, worth 12c yard.
Don't miss this event. On sale
for, yard . . oc
Thursday, 9 a.m. GINGHAMS
40 pieces best Manchester Chambray Ginghams, in plain
colors or gray, tan pink, and blue ; a good 10c f
yard value, on sale this hv.ur, per yard Vs?C
100 pieces Apron Check Ginghams, good quality and fast
Colors, in assorted blue checks ; a big value "
for, per yard C
For Friday 9 a. m.
OUR FAMOUS CHALUE
50 pieces new Cotton Challics n pretty Per
sian patterns, for, per yi
yard ........ C
EEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Standing of the Clubs
The avumges do But Include to
day' results )
I I V. I K
Won. I .out.
Now York .
st. I... mM . .
ItoMoll . . .
I l 'llirltltllitl .
. . 3
i Huston . ,
i tr.u .. ,
.-. IjoiiU, .,
; 'Im'SJto . '.
New York ,
(1 iccUnd .
Won. Lost, pit.
r,o 40 .t"
47 41 .134
47 41 .Sl
, 45 41 .111
...J 4 ' 44. Sfl
an r, 1 .414
Won. Lost. t'M.
Chicago .. ,fil 17 .Ino
It.iliimoru 4 7 31 .':,!
I r..,,kl, n 4 4 37 .:4:i
liidiiuipolls . . .....4 j 40 .5 20
Iiufl.il. i 4 1 43 ,44
Kansas City 41 4! .')
Pittsburgh SB 47 .4:11
Ht. lamia 37 hi .416
Philadelphia. K ; I troll. .
Washington, 2; Bt. Louis, 0; (fimt
si. lwiiilH, 4; Washington, t; (
New York, 1; Chicago, 0; first
Chungs N'W York, J; (soeond
iionton, 4; Cleveland. 1.
Hiilu.il Iphiii ..110 Ki(i (Mix -J 7 2
tattcrlin. liilmr uml Hn dor;
Mur uml Ituoiii.
Plrwlr, 3: .nnt, I.
pit.sburali ....ooo o:!(l Mini J In n
New York ....ooo 010 0001 10 1
Hullcrics: Harmon and tllhsnn;
Marijilard, Wlllse Mini Meyer.
(liHliinall, Hrooklyn, 5.
H..rc: It. II. K.
Clin ililmtl 0J 000 20 & 3
Uronklyn 200 003 00 S S 1
CiiIIi iI in ount ilarkni'Nii.
IIiIutU-m: Iti'tittin, Atin uml Clark;
Itrnwn, Knz.ninn. Alli'liJoon, Itu.in,
ltpulimih ami MiK'nrl!'. riH''hT.
KntiMiH HI) !; I'ltlnlmruli. I.
S. oic; It. II.
KHiirim City ..Oil IIOO (Mill 2 M
l'lgiHimrvh ..-imiii uoii loo- l M
lii.lli'l hm: 1'iillnii
I'-urhir ami Horry.
mil t.lnterl) ;
alitiH 1 4nriii'.
. ltli-rnl li'ni:ur.
Kjfii City, t; lniiiiiiiolin,
j SpsciaS I
For This Veek
One lot of Shirts,
2 -piece Under
wear, Union Suits
and Night Shirts,
which sold from
$1.00 to $1.75,
at the sacrifice
HI. I.OUIB at Hrooklyn.
I'hl'iiRn at llull.il.i.
IiiiiiiiiuxIin Ml ltiilllmiri.
Kiiiimia City at I'HtiilMirith.
'lil-M, 2; llufTl, T.
Swirr K. If. B.
Chli'im 001 010 000 3 I 0
Huff. i Id 2O0 040 10X 7 11 1
linttvrlca: Ijhikc, WnUon, Pinko uml
WUkoii; Anilcmoii ami Ijivljtno.
M. liitulM. 5; IVnmklvn, S.
Pern: It. II. K.
Bt, Ixniia noo 000 fir.O 5 7 I
Hrooklyn . ...Oon 000 2001 4J 2
Haltfriia: K'Upit. (i.oom i, nil
In ptiia n ; Hoin. rr, Inllttn nml IMtiil.
LliiG 'EM OUT
"only a mlnule ran lt (lie
ShmnriMk IV.," an) a fir Thiimu
Wi'll. Tom, we'll le agiiTiil'l" ctii'i
(-hiinttv our hoiit a namo to Mlratlo
Anythlnit tu oIiIIko a KHiar loner.
id li n
o. n. K.
u. i:. 7.
The arcotiil biih mnn ninrkii by
a wrung'" Hh I hi- unii'ii'i'. horn
ilfi'lKlnna thn II. II. K. I In vers iro
ti'Kti'd. The uniilrp whh from I 1-n .
o. 11. K. will in irt Hili-n Huiiiii at
llilfii AumiKt 10. The cut-off piny
pr hn won l'i out of tl-reo from
I hp riiltroiiilira.
YM.tirilny'n giinH'a were pluyril al
Tracilon nrk. Five hundred fnna
it i i i i i mi
JUlSHAV, Jl I.Y 87.
IKMmi, 3: (Irvflniul. U.
Hi.Hton I'M 100 noii 1 1J 0
CIivpIiiiuI ,...io0 000 000 0 8 0
HiitiprU-: l.ionuril anil CurrlKun;
St '-n Mill ti'.N'i il.
Kpw Yolk. S; 1iUau. 0.
NVw Yolk ...."01 301 (mo 5 5 1
L'hlcaKo Ooo (, 0000 li 2
liiuii rlid C:il.lill anil Nuniimak
! rr; HiihhcII, Hi in. ljithmii anil
Mr. Xlrflraw otinht to kti a Jr
of loiiKillili. tdrnm In alm k. Kollow
liiK an MttMi k on l1P. ailliu nl Tinrra J
luirhi d a one hit giima an I Mnniuuril
auliiliipil thn rtruu-a In. u 21-rouiul
Juki- AaroHtn, the youim f'ulian
iti hr of Ihu I.on llramh, X- J-.
ti-iiin, ahnt out thn ft. I.o'iln l'rowim
at 1-atiK Itciith th other it")' without
a run or hit.
only two of thn Itrown got "
t.iiiM-n aa fur im third baac. AiiihIa illil
nut Ibbuo a lnni on bulla nml only 13
li I to wirr ralli'd on him llu Ujl.I live
atrlkp nuta to hl i nil It.
Thla la lh thlril big I. -nr. ue tenm
AritNla haa ili-lratrd. He '"'at thr
lirowua oiii'i Ix-fore and ulau the
New York (iiuntn.
Mr. Miiihrwmin, tn wrttlnn .nn
lhi iKiarluill altiiatlon, In thine h-r-
1'iiltfil Slutoa. aaya: .'Tha (.ianta
mum hold their lead tu win the pen
M. 1,miK riillal-llilH,
Kirt uaine: It. II.
Ht. J.ollU . .
. , . 400 O.'O 0-.M IS 0
..100 Inn 0J 4 12 1
lumk and Sny.lrr; Tlp
Jin olii., Oiwhtirr and
t'lilw. 3; lt.Mt"n. i.
CIlifltK 00(1 Did I'HI J
li.wton 200 oio o::x S
HiiltcricH: (hiniy. I'leren
CrrKiiiiliaii; Jiuiii-h, liudolph
Look in our win
dows for these
The Live Clothier ( )
rf. ,ltv ,
St. I...UK O; I'lillMililplila, 9.
Hi-ron.1 :amt: It. II. K
Ht. Umia into 600 0000 1 2
I.oiiihN illf.M il Muukcu K jino
Oduiuhua, 1 1 (St. Iaul. S.
Rrore: it- H V..
Colutiil.iia ....001 000 0IM-1 4 l
Ht. I'aul 001 4011 ooia 7 0
Knlti-rloa: InxiTixil and L..nllh;
Walkvr (I J.iini-a.
rloti-tuiiil, I; MIiiihw;"IIm, S.
Clcvilulld 300 002 0O0 1
Miiiin-a polls ...ooo oon OSO 3 6 2
Huttt-rloa: Jiuu-a. Knhler und lJc
voKt, l!HiiiiH; Iturna und r-mlih.
RED SOX TAKE GAME
FROM ISLETA INDIANS
The I!ed Hox drfriiled Ihu !
Inilluiia at Hoptwi ll (Kid ycKliiilny.
a to 4. Iliilnin .lt. tii d fur lh Hox
uml l.uiiTu lor ilm I milium.
Whut Mr. Miithewnon evidently
meant wua that thn (liitnta wirl hava
to llnljh first to win the pennant.
Thiiu who contend that no lufk
entera !nto the dlacovery or a aiar
pitcher inlnht think thla r.ver: Any
nuuiher of keen-eyed wonts wnlihed
.Marly O'Toole and reported thai he
wua u wonder. Tho an me rluaa '
ai'outa aaw Drover AUxander and
nnwt of them reported that U
I'hllly alart win moatly i hceae. Yet
Alexander lina been an good a
li'Tixilf hua been erratle.
No Premiums wilL Camels
THE cost of the to.
Laccoi In Camel Ctf
artttti limply forbiJi the
giving; oi such induce
rncnti 20 lor 10c and you new
tmokxi better cigarette
at any price They're
pleasing; in flavor and fra
grance. Beaidet, they will
mat biit your tonpu or pirch
your throat, nor wal Ihty kvc
R. J. IETN01DS TOBACCO CO.
waMtM-StUa, M. C
.em4 IM I " (
! a moi !
(Wo, .,. .
Atlcr imvki.f I
4 ( II I 4
Ut t'krt 9
If l4 '(!
t ti 4 f iar
Pitcher I, the American league
arc i not much aa hlltera. There ore
03 Haled a twlrler. Only nine hnvti
hull lug nvrraRr. and of theati only
Ciiveliiakie. who hlla III. hua a rec
ord almve .207. Hoy Caldwell, of the
Yankvea. haa acquired thla mark. He
la conaldered a dunaeioua hlllcr.
Chance ukc him In plnclii.-.
ManaKer Fred Clarke of the Pir
ate, laiiuli at the dope of me mun
axera whu any Ihut It la hettcr to be
runnrr-up early In the enaon l.huii
to be netting the. pace ui Ihu top '
the henp. "What dlffumce dm It
niHki-T" naked the Pirate chief. "A
club la ali-uy huntllnB to Bet a hixh
po.iiilti' Once at the "P. 1 mere
any iv-""n why a mmimcr ahould
mourn the U"t nnd cm hla lu. k i
entiae he pin t lu accomi pl.iec with hla
teat opponent uJI the upper aiMf
There la nothinir In that. A duo tan
piny good or bud hull while at the
top. In the runner-up po-ltlon, or l-
the aeiv.nd division. 1' all depend
on the club. For my fart. I am glad
to iA t Into llrl ptn- e aa early and iuy
there l'"e poaallde "
Htelfel and Pall, the multl-mllllon-alro
owner of the Ht. I-ul Fedira:.
are out at the park eery day rootlna
lika ordinary nnta. "I.oing money?"
link l Hall. "Well, maybe we are. but
not more than i:.0 a d.i. If I were
In New York Id apen.l twice that
aiim on a private yacht, no what' the
difference? Lock at the fun I'm huv
Ing." If the anarehlate ward to get at
the real monarch of Km ine Jut at
preaeni. they will heave a bomb at
Hout Iwtween t'lirpenller and
Hmlth wua f.ir the while heavyweight
cbamuloniihla of the world. Next In
..r.l.-r will be the baltlc for the
world' t'haniploiihhlp for mallpox
Immune, the aerap for the title of
the globe for thoe wb don't like
olive, the tiff fur the tnii"tery of the
tinlxeme for thoae who wear rubber
heel" and the ronteat for the hcaiy
welaht rhamplonahip of the Kurld
for peraona who haven't read tedor
0. R. E. BEAT NEWTON
BUT LOST TO BELEN
The O. II, K. team I"! to Helen
yeaterday afternoon, after defeating
the Neton. Ka., lean.. The mil"
War Breads Out
(Continued front pnt) One.)
reapomled with Mi, Mutteui I'a proxy.
Itiatantly the voice of tho chairman
''No proxlei allowed," anid Hoa
Itoiiiero briefly. Mr. tllllenwntcr
roae in prolcat. Itomcro re(eated
hla nnindiiio, but when Mr. c.illen-
waler limiMled that he bv heard Ito
mero peruiltted him to proceed. In
a five minute apeech Mr. t.illcnwnt
er branded the "no proxlea" rule aa
tunc publican and a uroae uaurpntlnn
of power by the chairman, lie de
manded to know by what authority
thn county hoaap reaumed to violate
all Kcpuhllcnn party tiaagea and In
general let hla oppoaltlun to the pro
ceeding be plainly known.
The matter waa put to a vote and
with much explaining of votea and
oratory from Mndeato Ortl, John
llaron Hurg and othera, the ateam
roller pna'eeded niajixilcully over
the opposition, flattening It nut
Hheriff Komero alleged that he hnd
canned the "no proxlea" ruin to be
made becaune he wanted oil the
committeemen to be prenent. John
llaron Hurg itald he waa ORiilnnt rec
ognizing the t iillcnwater proxy be
ran no It came from another precinct
than Ihe one In which Mr. (iillcn
water Uvea. Hut the ateam roller,
guided. It la underntood, by the akl'
fill hand of Mr. Hiica, proceeded
without a alngle minned beut of the
engine and the motion to recugnlxe
the proxy waa defeated hand down
The chairman then appointed a
committee of nine to frame the call
for primaries and convention. Thin
committee la an Klfcgo lima com
miltee with Modento ortlx. It chair
man, to Mayor U. II. HuntriKht the
liint member. It la In enHlon while
the committee I In recen watting
for Ua report. Further tntenming
developmenta were aald to he Im
pending when tho committer) make
Ha report. The committee coiiMntr
or .Modi t ii ('. Ortlx. that; man; John
W. Wllxon, John Huron l.urg, Jie
Suved-u. K. Miirtinnx. Hantiugo (lor
clii. I- II. Chatnlierlaln, M. Cordova
and I. II. HoatrUlit.
TOO MUCH WATER
SUES FOR S5QQ
ITS GET THEIR
Peter Schrodt Wants Recom
pense for Damac-e Alleged
to have been Done by the
Barclas Acequia Last Spring;
For damage which he allege wn
done to bin land In S.in June lant
spring w hi ii w iter from thn Harela
ai eipila nloppeil over It, Peter Hi hiodt
haa brntiKht mid agalnnt the offlicr
of the aieiiil corporation. The n
per name l.ma TruJIIIo. Frank Aria.
Venlnci Anaya and W. W. Holder a
defendant. Mr. Schrodt aaka 1500
damage. HI coiinnel In Lnurem-e F.
Tho Itln rirnnl company ha
atarted null for 2 .. againat Murria
Holman and Minnie alnrtlney and the
Cabeaon Tr.idlng company. In which
they are partner, under nn annlaned
claim of the defutu t Mdntoah Ilmd
Judge Mn hem haa given Judgment
to J. A. Oarcla againni C. K. C-in for
131 under a note, and appol-iied
Chiirlea Noyer a apecial imiHter to neli
iruperty given a necuiliv for the md,.
under r hattel niortgnge.
In the prohuie court today JihIkk
John Huron Hrug revoked Ihe guiird
lennlilp authority of Marguerita lo
ll noia nvrr Antonia Fag. The rn"
was called for today under an order
to ahow whv th gUHrdiannhlp should
rit be dlmnntlnued. hut when the
pirlle rame Into court agreement
had birn reached, and the revoca
tion waa by reUet.
Leaders have the Knack of Go
ing Home after Going on-
Many Athletics Stranded-
New York, July !. Intvrvall.'ig In.
Kht relutlve to the vork of the big
league buseliall clubg la furnlahud by
tho llgurea compiled f.,r the Hint hall
ot the present ponmuit bchsoii. The
(lulu, w hlla not ollli ail, la collected
from thH daily box scores and fur Hie
purpose of comparison la suilU lent to
sliuw the atrength and weaknena ol
the sixteen cluba composing the Na
tional and American league circuit.
t.lluilnating the games won and loat
shown In the daily etaiidlng of the
linHues, the total numler of runs,
hlla, error and left on base are indi
cated for the nrt three montha ot
the seur in and the resultant averages
givi a cloar Idea of thn reason fur the
respective standing ot the teams.
Ill the Nationul league tho New'
York (Hunt huv scored 130 run In
lO games, the average ci hit oelng
a inile under two per run, while the
error column shows a percentage d
about 1 S-l per game. With the ex
i cpiion of Cincinnati, tho tilunta hav,.
mm nwer piayera left oil buse than
any other club In the senior angocla
lion. The Chlcugo club, pluing eight
more game than New York, hat
scored but ono more rn. eight bits
lc and ni.ido flrty more errors, in
iidditioii to having almost 100 mori
players left atranded on tho basea.
The Ht. I.oulk Cardinals' figures Indl
calo that while winning clone to
per cent of their games they failed to
score within fifty runs of the leaders
aUhoUKh credited with an eiUat mini
ber of bits. Next to Pittxburxh and
Huston tho club I chatud with the
leant error In the leiidlng ranks
v.hllo but two other teams have fewer
baso runner left. Cincinnati genre
runs at the rate of one for every 1.0.1
hlla In addition to averaging but I I
error per game. Tho men left on
Iiilsi's too cluo hua Ihe bent record In
the league, the figures being i.'s
tiiiiHiil IDiInIihi lha..
In the noi.ond division philadelphl
scored 311 runs and II:' hits In TO
giimen, iimile Ml errors and had 47
i'i.iers hi i ii ii ii .-ii . iirooklyn In an
eiuu iiuiiiber of games inude 0J."i h:
24 runs, ) i J errors mid 42 players
got on the pallia to be left there. Th
riltsiiursli record for 73 an men Is 237
runs, Ii.'iS hits, lul errors unit 491 base
runm-rs left, while lloslon in a:i eiml
number .f ronlesta m.iilo 2BJ runs
:.H( hit, ln error and had ."i03 . lay
er left between nrnt base it lid the
home ( late.
The American league figure whl
Include the games In the name man
ni-r as in trie .National .irannisiiiioii
records, I4:ii'bed some surprising In
lormution. inn world a champion
Philadelphia Athletics, while leading
the league In number of runs and hlia.
ha hud more baso runner left on
the bugs than any other club In the
circuit except ihe Hetroit Tiaer.
Three other club have made fe
error, but none can ennui the record
of run und hue totalled by Connl
Miiks men at the midway mark ol
Ill game the Athletic scored
? 3 run. H hits, 12 error, and hnd
1S players left on base. Detroit In
nn game lesa fell 71 hi' and 4 run
short of the Phllxdi Iphia record
while making 11 more error an J
leaving 11 more men mi Imxe. Wash
ington' figures for 71 game were
: run, lift 7 hit, 110 error and 414
runner stranded. The Chicago Whits
Fox, playing one game leas, scored
.'77 hits, ;i7 run. 14 error and 47.'
Chicago pluyer reached llrnl and were
left on the path.
Tha St. .ou! Hrnwna while charg
ed with more errors Iban any ulliei
dub In thn league had the feuent
li.yers left, thilr record being Zt.
runs, ot hit. I . 7 error and ii leit
on huaea in J ruuiea. The lloslon
ilub led the league In clean playing,
but 110 errors being charged asainst
M .mutter Carrlgiin' men In l gamea.
1 lie Ited made IVi hlls. Ill run
and had 47 runners marooned. The
New York Yankees, second In field
ing end piayera left on bases, showed
extreme weakness with the bat, eln
last In number of lilts and run. The
record of the New York club Under
bance was 2:H runs. 491 hits. 11
error and 4."i left on baa. Cleve
land had CO Ml, 271 run. UK er
ror and 481 left on bane.
llaMdiall In F.ngland.
Report that two big league base
ball club w.'l tour Ireland and parts
continental Europe again next
Inter huva led to several request
that the team v'slt F.ngland during
(he trip Till la accepted a bearing
ut the statements that baneaall 1
ally gaining a following In the Hrlt-
Ish Isle. Writing on the subject a
ell known American athlete now
abroad stnte there la evidence that
r.cket I losing some of It popular
ity among F.nglb li (Porta devotee.
Ills ommenta follow:
'The White Sox and the Olantg
made more "f 8n Impression In Eng
land than ono would plect from
reading the newspaper account of
the game In the Knglish paper. I
have found out that the Knglish ap
preciated the apeed of our game aa
omiwred to cricket; that they mar
velled at the accurate throwing and
atching and liked the idea of the
game being completed In one after
noon Instead of three dayaei cricket
doe. I am told that cricket la losing
it hold on the people, that baseball
cluba hav already been formed and
that muny hn given UP cricket for
tennia. The opportunltlea for play
ing both baseball and lennla are far
greater here than In the larger cltlcN
of the eastern states.
"For Instance, London, whlr at
the athletic fashion for Kngland Is
Infinitely auperlor to New York aa a
irnlnlnk ground for athlete, princi
pally because of the hundred of
parka, called aUiire, where thera
nre tennia court and a large apaea
In which to exercise or play baseball.
Any one who l.ves In the houaea ur
rounding these park la entitled to tha
use of the rourt and exerclaa
groiinda, nnd there are ao many ot
these parka that almost everyone ha
an opportunity to get good healthy
exerclae. especially In the summer
time, when the light Inst until t
o'clock In the evening.
William Iloppe. the world' rham
idon hulke line billiard player, hag
artcd fcacticn for hi match at Fng-
I'sh billiards to be played against Mel
bourne In ma n. the English title
holder. Inmnn arrived in this coun
try laal week and will In all prob
ability proceed tu Montreal where ha
will prepare for the matches which
are to Include both the Knglish and
balke line game.
It I reported thn an Australian-
owneu y (u bt. manned by an Austral-
Ian amateur crew, will take part In
the Olympic regatta and other
I : nn. pen n yachting features in ll(.
Vu!ter &lark of the Koyul Hldnay
Michl siiiadion und Itoyal I'rln e Al
fred Yacht club, who I the movinB
spirit of Australian yachting, la
greatly interested In the pioject and
will undoubtedly bo prominent in tha
building and muniilng of tho yacht.
According to American athlete
competing in various European track
meets, ihe American trainers, who ac
cepted posit iona to coach foreign
Olympic teams, are not finding tho
uer'hs a eoii4eiiia aa they expected.
Krnio lljeiilieiir, recently resigned
a nthletlu supervisor to the H. edlsH
team. It la alleged that Hli-rtbcig
decided to resign because of tho lack
f discipline among tha Hwedlnb club
nnd atlib'ies. 8'rong Influeip-e ha
been brought to bear by snort lerfdera
to persuade HJertbcrg t'l withdraw
hi j realg nation, now lodged with tha
?wd nil Olympld coiniintiee. Hut thla
will not succeed, It 1 iulieved, unlesg
tlie r fructory atbli tes agree to tul
Tho Federal league eem to hava
uncovered n sure enough "wrnmt Ty
Cohh" In the p.-i son of Pennio Kauff
the Indianapolis team. Kauff ha
been clubbing them out all eeaaoo
around the .400 mark, haa been run
ning baa with the daring and danh
of the 1'norglan, can cover a rnt
veloiis amount of territory In th
outfield and haa an unerring arm.
115 N. 4th "