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THE EVENING IIERAIP, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914.
1
Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
AGENTS FOR
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumji
S18 West Central Avenue
-
BOOKBINDERS
RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KIKDS.
ALBRIGHT &
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
208-210 Weit Gold Avenue Fiona 4U)
EAT
MATTHEW'S VELVET
ICE CREAM
Phone 420
C. T. FRENCH
mm-iim. diiidctoii
KMilAIJMMt.
Iily Aaltanl.
Fifth and (vntraL
Flume) IMly and Mgt, tM.
Expert Hair Work.
Combings made Into switches,
trsnslormstlona, puffa, curia,
switch dyed.
Mil. M. I'fr DEN
Martre-llu Hliop.
Fhnn III. Il tt. 4lh HI.
Special
100 SPUTUM CUP FILL
ERS FOR G5o
WILLIAMS DRUG CC.
307 We.t Central
Phone 789
GOAL AND WOOD
Best Mountain Wood
GALLUP COAL
in p.ny quantity
TROTTER Phone 012
Wclldrilling, Wel!driving
and Irrigation Plants
UIVUMII.IJs TWKS. I'lMFS AMI
Itrl'AlltlMi
Agent for Weber (.an I .nellies
J. I'. WOl.MMi. 413 W. f'rr Ate.
lira. ple,iw K.iaW. tiriK phono u
Your Eyeglasses
Air of vatu only In proportion "
the ability and hklll of tli refrarilon
ia wliu fll them.
They must be nxactlv th rlulit kind
uf glasses for )tnir eyes.
It In the SUIII.sl K4-rt-e of the He-
fiacin,nist ralher than the meie mer
chandise leprieltcd liy It pair ol j
.iwi wliu h la valuable 'ii yi i
We "pari' no i.hiiih. unit exercise m
utmost akin i hi' tli.it envy ialr ol
glu.t.e we fit l rtaclly ritstit.
C.H.CARNES
oitomethint
III UrM Central. I'Ikwi. IM
HiMHtll lloiH Comb
''RsBaMa.aaaBBBa.CMa
)11)CED PRlCESl I
Still Prevail on all
Summer Goods
This Week
SIMON STERN, he.
PHONE 318
4
ANDERSON
PASTIME
THEATRE
Admission 5c
TODAY
lm I to lo-.so p. in.
(Crmtlmiolla) .
"THE HOI It OF HHKlKHi);'
In lMUfciliut, liitiii-tl Mutual
2-IUi-l Feature.
"ItFYOND TIIK 4TTV
AX MIMVO IIIMKHV
-nut tvkmiw
"TIIK HoltsK WltWOI.EIl''
lllurp.
"TIIK IrtTltW'K NEMESIS"
A laughable t'otiHily.
OUR JULY
DISCOUNT
SALE
CONTINUES
20 to 50 par cent reduc
tion on Diamonds, Jewel
ry, Watches, Silverware,
etc.
See our windows for
prices
Out of town Customers
Write
C3TD. I8ft3
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
V ilmn liais, aim 'a anj wo
auen'g dot plug, ruga, curtains,
ilraHvl. Sid Vra4 Uoltl.
IIioiim .
Promptness Oar Motto
ylUTrVATCHMAKf ItS & JfwTltRS
f J?7 CfNTffAL AVZi
P
Tl
O
CRYSTAL TODAY
221 South Second Street
Licensed Motion Pictures
l.J.lT AMI HKKT VS'.STI
liATKIl IX TIIK MTY
Tlilrty-Hvp I mil ( Hlln.
Mailniva al 1 HI ami S:.10: laul
Miw al Mli IU1iui :IV
iTVK-riKrr: hu hkstii
SPRINGER
FOR
SAND AND GRAVEL
The Weather
FtUlECAST; TonlKht and Tui-a-day
cvnrrally fair, rxrept thiin
ilir alurma In h rnxi portlun Hill
aftvrnoon or tonight.
AMU'gt'RItQIK WKATHKR
For Hit- 24 hours undml al I
or lor It thla lllorillim
Mailinuni, K.
Mliilinum, 17.
Itunxa. I.
At a u'tiiM-k,
South rl wlnda.
Tartly cloudy.
TIH'(iH Tf WOltltY A HO I'T
The avrraca life of a cnt la anld
to ti I J yeara.
Armnllnlnn rattle mrn ara
looklnn for cha and frrtlla IBnila
In Kraall.
In (irrntany la a apr ihlmney
that la f.O ft hlah and prrfai'tly
fireproof.
ABOUT PEOPLE
' YOU KNOW
A uiiuui'aibiriiil a
It you fall to tat yuur vanlng
papar, call w
POSTAL. TaXKCIRAril
4 CUMfiNT. PIIONB It.
Fee'a Candy 8lor Dclli'ioua Hhi-r-
livt. "It'a very cooling."
Horn July 7. :I4. to Mr. and
Mrs. Alri With, a duuihlcr.
I'hlllii Jaavla of Jlelin aa a vlxilor
in Alliuiiurriiuii uvvr Hunduy.
It. F. Ha I lard and family of !-
well are vlaitora In Albmiurniui- to
day.
A. I.. Caaaldy of Hun Franclaro, a
populnr purvi'vor of mrn' Knrmt'iiia.
la In I he city for a few dnya.
K. A. fJertlB and aon. Kenneth.
hnve none to Munaflelil, n, whrre
they ill vialt relatives for aevernt
week a.
J. Wight niddlnlta, former editor
of the e'nnta Ke New Milnn and
now In the Inauranre field, la In the
rlty today.
II. K. Wolfe, foreman of The Eve
ulna livrnld, Mr Wolfe and daukh
ler, huva returned from a month's
vo.it to l.oa AnKlea and the heai hea
Itemilnr nieetlnii of Mineral Indue
No. 4, K. of IV. al t o rloi k toniaht
All nirinhc ra are timed to attend.
Vialtlna membera are welcome.
mrn, . iii A .imr. noil hi i
Elizabeth Jonea leave loduy, the for
mer to viait her parenta In Denver
and the hitter Jo her home In H"S
ion.
Th ramp-fire tn he given by the
Women's Kehef I'orna' al Ihe real-
denr of Wra. F. laherwiMid, tu
Hoiith John street, will be held
Velniadny evening. July it. Instead
of Thursday as announced In The
Herald Saturday.
John A. Young, t'nlted Suites coin
mtasioiier at tlallup, and Attorney
Km m I tiiMlk ma n nf llnlturi lr. In Ihe
City loday on kgal bueineaa. YollliU
wiis a member of the liiet nouns ol
reprenentalivea and Is spoken of for
renoiiilnution by the fteptiblii'ana.
John ii. MTeer, district agent for
the M ipMourl Mlate I.lfs Insurance
company at Iteming, la In th rlty
toilsy for a. visit to (lenerul Agent
W. S. i'atterson at hrudiuarters
Mr. McTeer hss set a record In new
busineaa sine taking the MiKsoiiri
slaty agenc at Iiemlng. Ills com
pany has made available funds for
building a I'.d.UUU hotel at Hilvrr f'lty
and a 7G,000 hotel at I'emlng.
GILL'S SHOP
(LKAKKUa AN HltrKSKHH
ti:u vorit i-ivriiKH Tt
t It AD HK KATIFIKI
tis a. s4. m. rtMMMtao,
Green Chili
lore's a reason why thla la llir lxt
Canneil 1il packed.
Airdome Tonight
300 North Second Street
Licensed Motion Pictures
A TWO-IIKKI. tXMS
AN K. at A.
A KIHMilN
Ural mImiw at H it'i1M'ki lMt
M.o,v m1iia at ll:4V
KIIOWN LAIN Oil KIIINK.
All tlin ITrli Air Tin-re la.
KODAK
Accessories
I Film Tanks Develops by
Davlirrht
i D
;5.00 and $3.50
Printing Frames
Velox Papers
Azo Papers
Dry Mounting; Tissue
Photo Mounts
Photo Albums
STRONG'S EOOK STORE
Your Dxinrjr hark II fun
want It
Plausible Stranger Said to
have Doctored Telegram
Touring Acquaintance Sent
His Mother. Auto Theft
Suspected.
Search a Inatituted toddy for a
man who, according to It. '. Winslow,
a motor tourist rroin Okmulgee, uklu.,
obtained lou I nun Ihe latter's w it
b means of n doctored telegram. Mr.
Winslow, who In traveling with his
sons, W. W. ami M. W. Winslow, a r
rlved here ventcnlity and reported the
lase to lha poll.-t.. It was said today
St police htsii.iu.irtera that there was
ground tor believing that the man
sought hud stolen nn automobile from
i;i I'aso, and thai he nilnht put in an
s insurance here.
Winslow und his sons fell In with
Ihe man while traveling from I'lirlb
aae to thla city. He was driving a
Ford car. He gnvH hla nam aa (Jor
don, but Mr. Winelow said he has
since learned that ha used Ihe nam
Vane, uIho.
ilordon or Vane told Mr, Winslow
thai he waa a tourist Ilka himself.
That morning, he said, he had lot
his pockatbook. and Mr. Winslow
generously gave him fi to relieve
the unexpected (lnnncia strait. The
parlies travel., together for several
days.
Mrs. Wlnslnw is In Bants Fe. and
on of the sons, wishing In apprise
her of Ihe fact thai thejr wouldn't ar
rive at Santa Fe at Ihe time agreed
upon, wrote a telegram lo her. Gor
don was headeil ,r San Antonio, and
took th mcit.iae lo send ll from
I her.
When th Winxlowa arrived here
Mr. Winslow called his wife on lh
telephone, and she disclosed the fact
that the telesr.iin she received asked
lor II. irt. The message said lh party
Mas In need of the money at one.
She was to send the money In care
of ilordon to Han Antonio, according
to Mr. Wltislow's account. She hesi
tated about complying, Mrs. Winalow
t "ll her husliand, but Ihe man called
her on the tele.i,,n and told her th
case wiii urgent, whereupon ah sent
the money.
Mr. Winalow told Thief McMlllln
loday that the nama of lh El I'aso
Automobile company was stamped on
one of the Inner lubes of the strang
er's fsr, and lh chief agreed with
hun thai there ma ground for sus
pecting th cur to have been stolen.
The ear Is supposed to b at flan An
tonio now. Mr. Winslow said h as
convinced now, from tha stranger's
actions. Hint he sought an opportunity
lo ge away with lh Winslow car and
leav his older and cheaper mschln
In Us place.
Fine pears 'nuf oed Wlth'a Fear
Orchard, end North Eleventh street.
Try a t-cnt Hsrgld wsnt avd.
POLICE SEARCH FOR
ill Ij) BILKED
nil i uiiiuuiLiu i u niiLW
URGED 10
BE
IT
Big Parade Before the Motion
Picture Machine will be Ex
tensive Advertisement for
Albuquerque.
SOUTHERN CITIES ARE
SENDING DELEGATES
I't.r. nttnur tit an a ill iitntalilla In
A I l,ii,iiiarii it., la aakiil uml i l,..,!.!!
bv ib I'ommerchil club to have the
car out and ready to Una up In the
ig parutie Tnursiisy morning wnicn
Hill i'iii.p IIia lirtiif'lluil liliMlnraa and
residence streets of AliiUiU'iiie, with
a motlun picture, camera in ironi
of It.
l.iiM ftiifa MUn Anlmilii. ttamitiM.
Hntnrrn an. I ntllni. Iiilftlia t.i lha SIlUIII
ami ml.l ir. avn.td In h;le biS
ilftli'sutlitna h.t. readv to loin the
thirty or more AlhutUerue motorists
u hn h.v. sianail no lo mix. in trip
to the state good rouds convention in
Kantu Fe. fol. II. K. T In hell has
n.ktiiiilj.lail .rr.ni.ni.iitl fur lha tilH
lug of ihr motion pictures which will
be used in the New Mexico picture
show at the Sun Diego exposition and
which will form a big advertisement
1or AIuiUertU.
Iraaitt..nt I'liNhmnn of ihe (Tonimer
rial cluh said this morning thst he
confidently rsPerted the automobile
irvnRth of AlbuiUriue to be out
Thtirailnv miirtiln In lha last car. De
tail of lh assembling points will be
announced tomorrow.
TO EXAMINE TIMBER
ON APACHE FORES'
A party of forest service officials
from Ihe district and Washington of
fices la planning a Held reconnaissance
of Umber lands within th Apache
forest August I to 10. A detailed
field examination hsa already been
completed by a lumberman from Ihe
district office. The district and Wash
ington officials will go over the sre
to determine the feasibility of mak
ing a considerable Bale of manure and
overmature timber which would be
tributary to local Arlsona inurkels.
t'nder present conditions large pro
portion of the wood products requir
ed by th southern Arlsona mines
must be shipped In from Washington
and Oregon via Han rerdii. If ll ap
pears advlsa'ole to mak sale ol
forest service stumpnge from the
Apuche forest. It Is likely that the
local mine could secur their "to
be r entirely from local timber re
sources, thus affecting a tremendous
saving In freight.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
OF THE PAST WEEK
Antonio D'irsn and wife to Juan A.
Com reran, piece land In Duranes, I Ml.
Kaynolda Addition Co. to W. J.
tleauchnmp. lot 21. It, block X,
Itavnolds addition, tt.
r.. L. McHpaddon and wife In A. J.
Johnson, lot 5, block II. Eastern ad
dition. It.
Frodicando Ii. de Punches, et al lo
Alblna t'havex de Haca. two pieces
land In llernallllo county, 11.
K. Evelyn McMlllion and husband
lo Harry Hochmuth. west 4 feet, lot
, tilock It, Huning HlRhland addi
tion, fl.
Cnlletsno llerrera. et al lo Tedrn
fir leg. y Apodacu. land In Orlegos. II.
U II. Ingle and wife la Jno. Mot
;enhscker, lots R, . block , Northern
addition; lots (, 7. block (. Horn
Harden Spot addition, II.
F. H. Bchwentker and wife lo W.
A. noff. l IS, Hhlghland place, 1171.
W. E. Davenport io I. Ilnmblnl. 8Mi
lots 400 to 401 Inclusive, block li,
Arniljo riros. addition, fl.
COLORADO STOCK BOARD
RULING WILL BRING
HORSES TO CIRCUIT
Denver "Field and Farm" reports
that Ihe Colorado alate board of
aiock Inspection has made an excep
tion to rsc horses coming Into Colo,
radii and will nol require lh malleln
lesl. They must, however, hv a
health certificate from a licensed vet
erinary of th state from which Ihey
arc shipped. This will undoubtedly
Insure much larger field of horses
for the Ssntu F circuit than was a
first expected. This circuit opens at
Un'ir on August 1 and close with
AlbuiueriU on October id.
BECKER-SOCORRO ROAD
IMPASSABLE IN CARS
Buck from ten-day repair trip.
Claud lllalr, line foreman for the
I'oHl a I Telegraph company, and J
W. Hyan. a lineman. report lha
Hecker-Socorro rout absolutely lm
pusnubl for aulus. They mads Ihe
trip by wagon, and It took them four
days lo gel her from Socorro. On
lh linker rout Ihey had to us
shovels freely to keep their wsgoii
going. They averaged taaiity miles
In twelve hours on th return trip.
K0RTUART.
Funeral ( Mrs. Tarks.
Funeral services for Mrs. A In V.
Tarka. who died Friday morning at
lh horn of her daughter, 40 South
Walter street, were held at 10 JO
o'clock this morning at f. T.
French's chaped. Th Rev. Orover
Emmonds conducted lh service. Th
body wss sent to Tsylorvllle. 111., on
Santa Fe train No. t this afternoon,
accompanied by Mrs. I'ark'a son-in-law,
Oeorg ftriia, who arrived her
yesterday afternoon from Fan Iter
nardlno, Cal.
R. I Mora. Attorney. Cfomwill
HldC li 14 Hi. ftM 141.
OUT
in
THE HOUSE OF
GOOD SHOES
Our NEW SHOES Are In
7fa Store of Good Shoes
. ISmW READY
To supply its patrons with the best LADIES' SHOES
from makers who have
WON A REPUTATION FOR MAKINO
THE BEST SHOES
We could not impress you with figures here for this
reason, that all shoe prices sound very much alike.
We depend upon all our shoes to speak for themselves,
and they do it wonderfully well. You are invited to our
store, and we trust that every friend of this store will
make us a call some time during the week. Our dis
play of FALL FOOTWEAR is now at its best and our
Shoes are so very good and the NEW MODELS so very
attractive that we want
things we have. We want to welcome you to our (
store ana nave you see tne must shewing or the new
FALL MODELS. We cordially invite you ta favor us
with a call.
WE HAVE THE RIGHT SHOE AT THE
RIGHT PRICE
THE MODEL .CO.
A. D. CAMPBELL, Sales Manager.
LYRIC THEATER
TODAY'S PROGRAM
"WHEN ROMANCE CAME TO ANNE" .
(Imp. Two-Reel Feature)
"OUT OF, THE VALLEY"
(Victor Drama)
Featuring J. Warren Kerrigan
"HIS CTTY ELOPEMENT"
(Comedy)
Don't Forget "The Trey O'Hcarts" Starts August 5th
ALL OUR PICTURES ARE
I Low Cut Shoesj
All our Low Cut Shoes are placed on Sale at a saving
to you of TWENTY CENTS on every dollar.
This means Stetson and Walk-Over Shoes at the fol
lowing prices, viz:
$6.00 Shoes now . . $4.00
$5.00 Shoes now . . $4.09
$4.00 Shoes now . . $3.20
$3.50 Shoes
It's up to you t buy now if you care to reduce the
cost of living.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
S. iC. IBaflImrn (En.
KAcnmv, factumy
I can now sell you full loads of th
heal Factory Wood ever sold In AUu
uuerque. JOHN H. HEAVEN
Phone 4. iui Ho. First Hi.
Lot! anything T Let t. Herald want
d find It for you.
evervbodv to see the cood
ABSOLUTELY FIRST RUN
mum minim iiiiiiiiiiminmii imiiiiiiwi
now . . $2.
F. Crollott
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EMBALIIER.
ill wist i.i:d
rfeoM Iay or migUl. t1

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