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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 5. 1914.
lOO NEW SAMPLE DRESSES
Just received from New York a beautiful assortment of Ladies Dresses in white Voile, Plain and Fancy
white Nets and Figured Crepes; all newest models and all sizes to be had. Values to $15. On sale Sal-
Ur day for See Window Display
THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO. i
New York, 4; t'hlcago, I.
t'hilm1'lhlii, 4; Cincinnati, 3.
Ilrooklyn. I; Kt laiula, II.
Huston, 1; ritiaourgh, o.
Philadelphia, t; Chicago. 4.
St. I.011I1, 2; Hoston, I.
S abii..t -.. 1; '..'Icvi ) i ml.
iHdtult. 'i; Now York, 2.
Standing of the Clnbi
(Th average do not Include lo
Won. ,ost. Pr-l.
NVw York 4 37 .19.1
flucagi :. 44 ..'.42
St. Inula r. 47 .il'il
lloslon 4; 4;, .511
Cincinnati 4 A ,47s
Philadelphia 4 4 4:t .473
Mrooklvi 40 .441
Pittsburgh 4i il .4(u
i'iin.i..i,iii.i j 34 .14
Washington .'i4 4 3 .!'iJj
iti.Htnn r.: 44 .r.r.nj
Ixtrolt 1? 4 ,(!
HI. laiuis 4H 4'. .49''
Chicago 41 f, I .4'.
New York 4.1 .'. .4S4
Cleveland 32 .317
1'eiNt-al l,e;iiic. '
K1linin Ui 4 .f'i
elm 55 41 .!l
T.rooklyn 41 41 .r.i
Indisiiapolla 4 4.1 .bit
MlfTabi 4 4 .r.on
PiUhtirgh 41 M .44
Knn City 43 .'.5 .4-1
.-I. Louis 4 1 4:3
Ilrooklyn, U; Kaunas City, 4.
Kt. Iamls. : Pittsburgh. 4.
Hiiliimnri'. J: Chicago. 1.
lluffulo. r; Indlanitpoll, 4.
No gamee acheduled.
(Continued front Page line.)
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
Look in our win
dows for these
The Lice Clothier
M IINI-MlAY. Alt.lHT f.
'hliiii . ...
New York .
tube. ; tilanU, S.
R. II. K
. .iMiu coo nun 0 1 1
. . :! win oox 3 n
I-nvendcr and Archer:
Pirate, 0; Urate. 4.
II II. K
Pittsburgh . .Oimi 000 nito 0 4 3
lloslon I"1' "1 11 X 4 1
lliitlcriea: oToole. Kantlchncr and
Ulhson; Jaine and Howdy.
ItitU. 0; Pliillhu. A.
Score: It. 11 K
Cincinnati ....owl noil i)o 0 7 :
Philadelphia ..OHO 00 .'.Ox 5 HI I
Mallcrtca: Schneider :md Clarke,
tionxale; Mayer and Kd'Tcr.
I"ai ker, t; llreaikreda, I
Kansas City ..!" " SHI' 3 It
lirnoglyn tin oil mix 4 3
Hattcries: Stone, Harris. Aduiii
ami Laetcrly; Scatoti ami l-atiu.
Kir hi anit;
I; MHwaukt-r. .V
. J01 IMIO 1011 4 II
. loll 201 lux 1
llMtirrlr'. Jinim. lloHinun and
llnita; Younic and IIukIip".
Mra. Mary IHk-r.
W.ry Lnl-r, 4 yrura old.
yiir n rold ni of Almiiii-r-
lp, du n at II m i'ii nia ni"riin.
Ht 413 North Sixth atrect. tr In art
in.uliU-. Tlir funeral nriangfntrni
alll hf. announced luler by I'ndt-r-lukrr
era I dmtrlil of London, the alorea
ocrneil for only a few hour thia
The prlre of beef alenk. whli h yea
terday won 33 oenin a iounl, today
roae to ij I'enta. The prlie of wheat
nilviinii-d tinluy from II to 3125 er
iiuarler (IkIii liuwhele), while nialxe
roHe from ti to .' :.o per iitiiirter.
The aiilhoMliea are luklnK nil oa
allde alepM to allay ulilli' anxiely In
re sard to food aiiillea and In pre
vent unjimtlfliilile attempt! to aril
fu'luily ralae prlera. The home of
fla today ineued an nfllt'lnl alute
inent Unit In addition to the four
niontha' aupply of wheat arluully in
the rounlry, or being harvcaled.
tnero were write rotnilKnmenta now
on tne way lu-re much of which wa
already near Hnlleh ahorea.
IHFX1I AUK IIKM-INti
nisKiiM:it.s T4i m:vk
London. Auk. 6. The Krenh rov
ernment, at'cordlnxj to American ur
riln from the area of wur, la doing
everything It can to get foreigner
out of the rounlry.
The porta of the From h round are
erowded with Americana and Kng-llnhrtw-n
waiting an opportunity to
croaa the rhannel. Many AniirnHnn
who have lieen motoring on the on
I Incut nine arrived at lloulogne.
While they run find room for them
aelvea they cannot obliiln anommo
dntlonH on the Ktemiura for their
mra. The ateamera that leje Krunce
with crow .1 of American and I'.ng-J
llch pnnaenger return with 11 n eiii'
number of Frenchmen and Saiwr
who are on the way to Join their
t.l ltMWS I MiMHI
MAKK IMIMHM ltl;lll
London. Aug. 6. Iietecllvea during
a ruld on hourcx 01'cupied by tier
niHtia In London In one pluce ill ni
tre d a large number of hoiiil and
riflea- Several aireala were nmde.
Hltl.VU IH iu:.m
111' MAI.MK 4IST
I'ortlund, Maine, Aug. a The nr
Ing of heavy guna off the Maine coaal
waa heard early today, bight or ten
hot aithln two in unite were heard
ahortly h fore 7 o'clor liy ihe keeper1
of the 1'orilHnil oheertaiory. The
aouud aeeined to nunr Itmii a point
.'i or 30 lulled aoiilh-aouthe.iat of
I'ortland and probably In the vicinity
of Segulu laland.
The hota aUu were huard ut the
hnrlior forta an J ut pomia ueiwen
here and Hath.
Hi-HUin a -x kinall Inland off the
mouth of le Kcnnclicc river, a few
nillea below I'kth.
At 1'ophani Keach. whih la near
rVguIn Inland, the life dm erg were
certain they would lime heard the
reported ttring if there hail Iteen a
navul engagement off Seguln. In thin
city the reporta continued to come In
from all aourvea that there had been
heavy tiring. tine new. roper otlt e
received many lniurlea about It.
The French atcamer Venexera, In
port today from M.irellleo, Naldea
and Palermo, reported that yeaterday
vhe overheard both Herman and
Hiltinh rruiaera t.ill.lng with the
Wlreleaa elation at r'ayvllle. L. I. The
text of the meaaagci wua not obtuln-
The Venexera ateumed ten mllea
aouth of her uaual rourxe in order
to avoid rapture by any ticrniitn
wurahlpa. Iler operator waa warned
,.ol to aend any wirelea meHHagea.
The llrltlxh freight ateamer Kton
Inn. which left New York yeaterday
for Antwerp, put back today when
about alxty nillea raid of Sandy Hook.
She received word luat night of the
declaration of war between Knglnnd
and Uermany and returned to port
rut her than rlak cupture.
The captain reported that about
:3U Inat night he alghted what he
pupponed waa war veaael. He could
not make out the vchbcI'i Identity In
The French liner Ln Lorraine.
bearing more than "flu Freni'h re
eervlKta, left her pier for France
ahortly before noon today,
ItmritiX KTKAMK.ISH AllF.
I'KAHFI L OK 4 AITI UK
rhlludelphla, Aug 6. The North
Cerman Lloyd liner tlrandenberg
docked hfre today aficr running for
the luat two day under forced
drnught and without llghta. The
I'rinx (iknr of the Hamburg-American
line alao arrived today. Moth
ahipa were day thcad of their
The Hrandenberg anlled fr.m Itre
men on July 33 with 3X0 paaaengera
for Philadelphia and 3M& for llalvea
ton. The I'rlna ikar aalled from
Hamburg on July 33 with 3t0 uia
aengera. It I aa Id liy tlio alenmahlp com-
uinlca that both linera will remain in
huh port nnetiniteiy.
Thero are now twenty-three for
eign ahipe held up at thia port and
thirty more are due within the next
CERTAIN THAT FILM
COMPANY WILL COME
tj. I. Hamilton, prealdenl and gen
eral ntunager of the A!bU'UTiUe
Film tomiatny of l.oa Angelea, an
nounced laal evening while In the
elty on route to New Yo.k from the
roael on company buaineao. that HI ma
would be mude here next apring. The
company t exectea to i.e 111 tn
elty the latter part of February
the fore part of March. Aa aoon
It hcKUm to rain on Ihe caet
change of baae will be made.
The company la working on ace
narba fr thia eclin. The trip here
may be made In auloe, pitturea being
taken en route.
To ('niilli loiioage.
San Francineo. Aug. . J. . Oavla.
rollertor of Ihe port, reieled an or
der front Washington today to com
pile tonnuga liala of all American vea
aela In Ihe coaatwUe aery Ice of tht
1'aclflu ocean, for poaalble emergency
aervlce In the trana-Atlantic trade.
Tli Mexican War.
Wanhlngton, Aug. . Joae t'antitl",
peraonal repreaentatlve of I'rovtaion
al I'realdent t'arbajal. received mea
aagea from Mexico today. Indicating
that while a hitch had occurred In
the peace negotiation at fallillo they
had by no mean been completely
lied Meld title Vacation Klort.
Waahington. Aug. 6. Secretary
1 ted fie id hue been eunimuued back
from hla vacatloa to lake charge of
meaaurea to realore trane-Atlanllo
AM At NTHiANH
Mi; li:il l PAUIS
rarla, Aug. S. It la believed that
eeveral thuueand ticrmana and Aua
tri.ma are atUI In Tarla. There were
more than 8,000 on Ihe police legia-
ler before the war broke out and It
la thought inipoaaible that all lafi the
Now fewer than 42 Ucrrmtiia of
both aexea have been arrcau-d aa apiea
nice laat Saturday.
Uermuii began to crowd today In
to Ihe American coneul.ite getierul
here, which h.i been charged wi(h
their Intel-cat during the hoalilltles
liy arrangement with the Frem h gov.
ernment, CoiikuI lienciul Thai kera lis
auea to eat h ol I lie in a certineate 01
Identification which inuat be prei.ent
ed to the Pol lie commlaalary. In xJ
change the commiaury glveg hin an
Huthnrixation tu depart by train !
aome town In the weal of France
where he muM remain until the war
Mont of the Herman! are dealitute
and the member of the coiihiiUr ataft
have provided many of them with
money from their own pocket, aa no
public fund la a illable for the pur
poc. line wealthy Uerman family
.i.elld from tin flat may have t
wulk the gtrceta until the day appoint
ed by the aulh:illiea lor Ita depart
ure for the went of France.
The French aiithorltlea haye ar
ranged for the departure of two train
1 o Hnulocne and two to InepPe fr
Hie tranaporlalion of paanengei de
airing to croaa the channel. Arrange
rnenta alao have been made for con
..... imff iiuiiiirin in meet the train
and carry pa tutor to Kidkeatone
New Haven a"1' Southampton.
KINtl GKOIM.K e-KXIMt
London, Aug King Oeorge
day aent the following meaaage
Vice Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, who
haa been made commander of iho
III Utah fleetn;
"In thia grave moment In our na
tional hlatory I and to you and
through you ! t" "Ulcere ana men
of Ihe flrete of which you have aa
aumed command aaaummea .f my
conlldence that under your direction
they will revKe and renew the old
glottea of the royal navy and prove
oax-e again the aura ehleld of Itrltaln
and her eniplre In the hour of trial."
Mill TWO IIAITLFIIII-H
London. Aug. i. The lirltu-h gov
ernment will pay In he neighbor
hood of I-.Ti.oihi. 000 for Ihe two
Turkikh buttleahipa being constructed
In Knglieh yard and which it ha
taken over. The one which ha been
renamed Aglmourt la compMcd
The other tieinanl. and which will
be known In the Hrltlah navy aa Ihe
Krln, la nearly completed,. They are
today by a drop of price In whetit.
Opening price were 4i-ISc under
lant night, with the niurket tetidiiig
After the fall In value had reach
ed 2ic a reai'tlon liegao ntid the
market rallied more than a cent a
biiNhcl. The nearby option,: in wheat
were Ihe Weak cut. Some of the
largest houae In Ihe trade were con-
plcoua 011 the lu lling de.
ornilAL NOTIIH ATIOV
OF W All 'l IILIMILI)
London. ug. 6. The tlnxette, the
official newspaper, today putilinhcd
the liotirii atmii of the atale of war
existing between Uermany and Kng-
laml an well 11 an order In council
sinned by the king relatitia to the
merchant Vt-sael of the country
with which the Hi 111th empire, la at
The order speiltlea as absolutely
contraimtid arms of all kinds, cloth
ing and hi mess of a military char
-tier aou aoimaiH auitaide for war
purpose. Article specified a con-
iiucival 1 onlral.iinil Hre loo, p, tuffs.
Miet, iiarrii-w, telescope und Held
AMKUHAV M 1X1
"I. hAI KI.V lit VM liltltl II
Washington. Aug. a. I'ostinaHter
(.ctieral ilurleson announced todav
tnat lieuiuse . the entrance ol liie.il
tirltaln Into the general Kutopeaii
war, American malla Wete being
transferred to ghtps of the I'nlted
states, sweileii and oilier countrlu
ltl:M.IAH lll.l'l lK TIIK
t.KHVIVVx: ioni:n i.k.iit
Ilrusnels, A'jg. :. t Via London I
The llclgiun minister ' w." in an nf-
fli-lal statement today aaid:
The llelglnna ore successfully
combating the Uerman Invasion. The
Helglun losses are trilling compared
with those of the Herman."
t.lltMWS l-AITI UK
IIHM.IA I ItONTII H TOWN
Liege, llelKliim, Aug. f. Tile cap
ture of the I'clglan frontier town l
Vise waa (fleeted oy Uirin.it: troops
after an rniMEc iiicnt lasting never il
hour. It Is atated that the Victors
set file lo ihe town, killing those ot
th.- population who restated them.
The town of Argeiiteau is also
n.iima. tine hundred thousand Her
man are reported to he marching on
t.LKMW TIIOOI'H HK
tllVTIM INU M ltt II
Urilssels, Aug. a. The government
slate thai the Herman troop con
tinuum their march were today In the
neighborhood of Fleron. near" Liege.
They were out of rutin,, of the forts
and evidently wishing to re.n h the
French department of Mi-use. by fol
lowing the course of the river Meusc.
ln(.I.IIMk MltssIMMt TO
II U: MMMIV ItlMtiHHoW
London. Aug. 1. Thp Uerman am-lai-s.i.or
to Ureal Hnl.iln Is not -pi-cieil
to leave t,udon before tomor
row li was leporliil today that n
r.ritisb c rii isi r inoclit be plai-ed at his
disposal 10 Insure hi safe pasaig"
in Toms the cli.inm 1,
CKUMAN AltMY ttiltl'S
ai:i; INVIIU LIU. I
llrilssi Is, Aug. T. The ItelKlaii otll
clnl gaxette announce today that Ihe
entire Seventh anil Tenth Uerman
army corps have Invaded the llelglan
province of Liege and ha readied
the vicinity of llerve, I'eplnsti-r and
Kcmnuchamp. The Herman ait. IP r..
bombarded aome small forta ln their
nit wi n- ii-. m in s to
KM l IHIHN USUI Fltlt FH
Vienna, Austria, Aug. a The Aus
tria Ilu114.1t inn govertimeul todav
took driiHltc measure to protect Ibn
public an. u. 1st dealer charging ex
orbitant prleea for food. A decree
waa Uaued culling on proilueeri.
Warehousemen and dealer lo Inform
the local authorities lis to the stock
in their poaeesrion. Any attempt to
keep ercrel the extent of the Mix ;ia
or to raise price I to be punished by
tCoi tinned tin I 'age lmr.)
ST. VINCENT ACADEMY. Albuquerque. N. M.
IIOAItUIVti AMI IY M IIIMH, iit t.lltl.S
ti.s.sH WILL HMH'KN SKITI .M III It Kill IUII.
Mn-th', 1'aloiing, Dr-Hmalh- Art, iHiniesllo haionif. Shi lal Attention. Hoc
ogolAed as the landing Academy ol the state. t onrM-s t oinpleie.
lri4Ni'alia-y and Ai-Mdemlc. For I'urlli ulars. addrem
MsTKIl St I'KUIoit NT. tl.M KNT At AHFMY
ItlltblUX UwKI N FLY
IX AMF.Itlt AN W ATKIIH
New Yora, Aug. s. bight ciui.eis
three lierman. three lirlush and
two French are hoveling aomewheie
off this coast. .For day Incoming
aleuniahlpa have reinirteil new ol
fragmentary wlrelesa. indicating thut
these vessel were In American water
but no skipper Was able to tlx their
The firing heard off the roast ol
Maine today may have marked the
flrat engagement between either lb
Herman aad Knglmh or the Uerman
and French ships. The llrliisn iruis
era known to be In A met Iran water
are the llel w tck. F.aacl and lani aster
The Uerman cruiser are the liresden
Strassburg and Karlsruhe. The
French cruiser are the t'onde and
lleacartea. These vessel have been
primarily comorned of late In at
tempi lo Intercept merchant vessels
of the enemy and several big liners,
notably the Kronprmxessen Oielie
which put Into Har Harbor, Maine,
yesterday alter abandoning her trip
to Kurope have had narrow escape,
t'apiain l'oliu k of the C'eielle iielie.ed
(hat al one tme ha waa In Imminent
danger of capture by one of the
Tho White Star liner Olympic man
aged to creep gafely Into N'rw Yolk
haibor today a did the North Uer
man Lloyd liner KaUer Wilhelm II.
All have been running with masthead
light burning. The laisltaiils. of Ihe
t'unard line, a Hrltlah boat, allpped
out of the harbor after midnight smi-
n..lw jl.rk.iiMt holtlne in lie convoy
ed I. .nme of the llritlsh cruiser IIF.T HIII4-K IMUH
far aa Newfoundland and from Iherel IMIKH F.M.IJHII INH.l KNtl-:
by mriii other Brltiah ahlp untllih Chicago. Aug. t Fngland a actual
other aid a reached. entrance Into lh war wag aignallxed
Why Not Laugh
T! m. 9
1 iicriiiuiiicLcr; 4
In these days of high tem
perature and low spirits don't
let the heat drag you down;
make up your mind to keep
cool and comfortable.
will help you keep up your energy
and comfort. They are made in
cool summer serges, worsteds, etc.,
in just the proper "weight" for
warm weather wear. Special styles
without lining so thin that their designer has
named them "Nothing" coats.
Every suit 1 guaranteed to give you perfect wear and
atisfaction. It will became the fabrics are all wool
and the workmanship high grade.
All stylet; all a'ues in theto extra light weights.
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