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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M THURSDAY. AUGUST 6. 1914
Big August Clearance
Sale Men's Four-in-Hand
Ties. 300 to pick from.
Values to $1.00. On sale
See Window Display.
Dry Goods Co.
Chicago at New York.
Pittsburgh at liitn.
.' i ti t n hm 1 1 at Philadelphia.
M. Louis at UriHiklyn
I hintn at llultlmore.
HI 1 .011 is at Plttshurgh.
Inriinnapolia at HufTuto.
Hansa '.:ty at Krooklvn
i 'olumtiua at Kanxas Ci'y ().
Cleveland nt Milwaukee.
Indianapolis ut M nineu.iolis.
Louisville at M I'aul til.
Hi.nl on, 4. I'litnhnrgh, e
HI I... iii. 4; Una. kit. i. 0.
New Vuik. i: In. ago. 0
Philadelphia. 4, Cinciniu I., 0.
.ma-tian I .csku".
Philadelphia. 7. Chicago, 4.
HoKton. HI. Louts,
New York, 14! iM-troit. 4.
Cleveland, J, Washington, 2.
Hrooklyn, 4, Kansas City. 1.
M. I .on la, 3; Pittahurgh, 1.
Indianapolis, &; liufluln. 4. ,
Chicago, 4; llaltimore, 0
Standing of the Clubs
Tha averages do ot Include to
ay 'a results)
Won. Lost. I'l l
Nrw York hi 37 .5M
Chicago bj a .514
HI. Louis M 47 .U5
Hoaton 41 4.'i .611
Phllndrliihla 45 4 .471
Cincinnati 4 1 .474
Iroklyii 4 il II .440
Pittsburgh 40 11 .415
Won. Lost. IN I.
Philadelphia l J4 .jn
Koeton 6 44 60
Washington (4 44 .til
Detroit ( 4 .MJ
HI. Uiuia 4 4 60 ,4
Chicago 44 53 .40
New Turk 44 (4) .440
Cleveland 22 ( .234
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago ( 4 .
Hnltlmore fll 4t .fS
Brooklyn 4 41 .144
Indliinnpotlg so 41 .3
H u ft nl,. 4 47 .45
Pittsburgh 41 S3 .4 41
Kansas Clly 42 f .434
HI. Lou I, 4 6 .411
Till ltsY. Al'tJi'ST .
(liMluitall. 4; Philadelphia, S.
It. II. E.
ritirlnnatl .,..101 200 000 4 10 3
Philadelphia, ..loo 000 001 2 4 1
lUtitrrlMi: llcnton, Mattlson and
Clarke; Marnlinll, lllxey. tiuumgard
ncr ami KUItfcr.
I hH-aiC", 4; Sew Yrk. S.
Bcore: It. II. E.
Chicago 000 000 0224 7 1
Nrw Yurk oho 0112 10 1
latteries: Humphreys and Archer,
Rreanuhan; Malhewen and McLean.
M. UhiIb, T; IVrooklyn. 21.
K. H. K
St. Louis too 003 0007 10 It
Hrooklyn 001 000 001 2 2 1
Hatterles: Perdue and hnyder;
tkhinlU, Allrn and Plainer.
lutlllniore, ft; flilingo, S.
l-MW. H. II. E.
Chicago 000 101 01102 2
llaltimore ....100 03 ItMx S 10 0
Hatterles Mclluire and CIcmons;
Huggt and Jucklilsch.
Hrooklyn, Si haimaa (lit. 0.
kore: it. II. li
Kinui City ..000 H00 0000 6 2
MriMiklyn 000 zoo noo 3 7 1
Hatterles: Johnson and Drown;
Hluejucket and Land.
lniltaiMMlia, I; Minneapolis, ft.
It. II E
Indianapolis ..200 On 001 a 15 2
Minneapolis ..401 000 000 & 11 1
llulUrlra: Mt'K and Mvlnnnton
rattvrxMi. Hurna and timllh.
ItltiNirirlS 4; IVimtiXI. ft.
Kior: It. II. B
PtUnliurm ,.0o3 010 000 04 t 2
HiHiliin 200 000 200 I 1 t 1
KHllerlpa: Ail.ima and (IHinon; Ty
ler, Cruuher, tdrand and Whaling. .
I.uuilK I; M. I'aul. 4.
Kiri 1 lame: It. II. K
Uulvllla 01S 100 0007 14
tit. I'aul 100 002 010 4 I
lumrlea: Toney and Heverold;
Oardner and Jxmea.
NO premiums or cowponi go
with Cimcl Qeftrcttos, be.
Cause all the quftlitf into
the lottxcoo choice Turkish
nd domestic Urnd. With every
whilf from a Camel Cigarette
you notkc the ftboence of the
ettarttty taste nd itung; tongue
or parched throat,
20 for 10 cents
and yaw Mnf omoked nvtei A.
Iichilul igarftta, im odd what yvt
ftti. Matca a dioM aloal 4 aadu
If h 4mh tmm'f tmfetv m,
m hHm W In mmclims t iOO
lfar. pnmtm areW.
Altmr t-mkuig I ritaa, U ym
aWa'f tim4 LAMkLi mm rmrnmrn.
mmm w mtu rara
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO Ca
Vki .9afc,, N. C
CRUISERS OF ALL
BELLI G EREfiTS
Fast Commerce Harriers
Watch Forts of Eastern
Coasts for Unwary Liners
and Freighters of Enemies.
SCURRY FOR SHELTER
New Yrk, Aug. i The irveni
(') l the American imaat tf war-
hlia 11 f the waring European natiutia
prepared to dmcend on anil capture
the merchant veaaela of their opium
Ing belligerent ai evldrmed tod.ij
tiy aewa of great Atlantic llnerg ar
riving at llHllfax. N. 8., and by wire
leaa reporta of the warahlpa' ac-llvl-Ilea.
The faat Cunard liner Maurelania
Ith 1.&00 puaaengnr from Mverpoul,
and the While Xlar liner Cedrlo from
Uuoenntown today raced into the
Canadian port, presumably to ravape
purault by two Herman cruiaem, be
lieved to be hovering In the vklnliy
of the Urand ilunka for Juat euch
priiea. , -
Theae two irulaere in ono report
which ennie to the Uritlah consulate
here from the captain o( an Incom
ing liner, were sunk by Ilrlllnh war-
hips, while pursuing the I.usUhiIs
yelerday, out the report could not be
It was out of the con f union of many
wlreleka mesaage that the rewort
thut the Uermun rrulaers hud neen
sunk was picked up by the wirelets
operator of the steamer Cranium,
whose captain it that made the
report to the Hrilish consulate.
In New York harbor lies the Ham-burg-Amerlcun
liner Vaterland, ap
parently provisioning fur aervlre, but
today the Cnlted States batticahlp
I'lorlda took position In the ler
harbor and neither the Veterland nor
any other ship of a belligerent nation
can pass her guns until the Lnlted
Ml a ICS authorities have aaUsfled them
selves that their departure will not
violate the neutrality laws.
The I'annonut, which arrived in
port during the night, left (liliraltur
July 23 and until she approached
thla coast the nfnrcre had no knowl
edge of the situation In Europe
Several hundred miles out she re
ceived a message from a Hrltish
rtirlmr warning her to lewarr ot
capture. All lighta except those nee
esaary to the navlgntlon of the ship
were immediately extinguished.
Early yesterday the rannonlu
pawed the Lusltanin. The ship '
dark except for her running lights
and was being driven along at high
speed. Hmin after the I'annonia wits
In communication with a llritlsh
warship which informed her that she
ml la ko ahead without fear, en
ther Here several Krliiah ships
within wireless cull. Later the I'an
nonla'g wlreleiw operator licunl tier
man cruisers in communication with
each other. The Hamburg American
line emphatically denied today re
porta that the steamer Vaterland
was being fitted nil! here as a cru.n r
or that she would sail on any mis
Confirmation that the bug liner
hail Bought a haven at Halifax gave
color to the many reporta of wire
leaa mvssugca of articitlvtg of tier
man war vessels off the American
coast. iH'laili, of her renaons for en
lering Halifux further than the Uriel
statement that she had been ordered
In do ao by the British cruiser Essex
were lucking at the Cunard line of
TWO MOHK I.KIIMAN CIM IsKltN
A HE ItEIIMtTKI lr:MHOt Kit
New York. Aug. 0. Captain leiig
of the Cranium liner Cranium an
nounced at the lirltlsh conulutv today
thut lie had Intercepted yeMerduy
wirelesa messages from the steamer
I.uslunid. saying that two tlermiin
cruisers which had been pursuing the
l.usltanla had been chased and sunk
by two Hritinh warshipa.
The Cranium reached lrt yester
Cranium lino otflriala who saw
Captain Heaaig after his arrival here
said today thut the captain hud not
reported Intercepting such a meseage
and that they were unable to tun
The wirelesg alatlon at Hayville, to
which the alleged message fmm the
Iisitania was addressed, according to
Captain Iteaalg, said today that It hud
not received such a message.
The message. Captain Itrssig said,
contained the additional Information
thut the Ijusllanta waa continuing Its
trip to England.
The Lusitanlu sailed from New
York with darkened lights. shortl7
before 2 o'clock yesterday morning.
IIHITIMI t Itt'lsl ttH KMDItT
1.1 N Kit lT IIALIPA
HallfaH. Aug. The Cedrlo of the
While Hiar line has put Into Halifax
11 was reuni ted here, but not confirm
ed, that the Mauretania while at sea
hud sent a wireless ntessuee to the
lirltlsh cruiser Essex, aaserting that a
Herman cruiser was following her and
ik.i ... Maurelania UKkrd assistance
Th report was to th effect that the
Essex came up Immediately and stood
by the Maurelania until she came Into
iKirt. It la believed her, the Essex
and possibly o.tier HrUiah cruisers
will enter the haroor today,
on. arc tii-:it 11 AM
v-w West Kla.. Aug. . The
Ktamlard Oil' steamer Sioux, flying
the German flag, which left Tum
pico July 10 with a cargo of oil for
Kiiriineun noil, arrived here touay
after having made a forced tun of
several huura to esvapa Urtiiau
warship patrolling the tlulf of Mex
ico. AI,UN MVEIl Mil y.t, I. Ml
AH rillE EM I- II H pflllt
Liverpool. Aug. , 4 p. m The Al
lan liner Mongolian on arriving here
from Olaagow today, wns struck by a
aunsho; at the entrance to the river
Mersey, The shell went through fw
AM..W U.VEIt ItlTt ltf
Til MTItKAI, TtMlAY
Montreal, Aug. The Allan liner
ulflltun Mtili-h aalleil frnm Mnnfrenl
for lindon last ftuml.iy morning, has
abandoned the attempt and I return
ing to Quebec.
Five liners aalltd from Montreal
the day before the Hicillun left. Nom
ina hiia been heard of them since.
They are the Megintic to Liverpool,
the Oraniplon and the Athenlu, to
tllasaow, the Maneheaier Corporation
to Manchester ana tne i.aae Man
itoba to Liverpool.
Explosion of Motor Car Tank
Responsible for Many Dead
Disaster on Kansas' City
Joplln, Mo.. Aug. . The thirty
eight killed and two more Injured In
last night s wreck at Tipton Kurd,
ten miles from here, when a Kansas
Citv Koulhern pBBsenger train collid
ed with a Mlaao-url A North Arkansas
railroad gnsolino motcr car. were
brought here early today. Many of
the drad and Injured were badly
burned by the explosion of the gaao
line tank on the motor car.
The huge gasoline supply tank for
the car's big motor hurat, saturating
the Imprisoned passengers. Then the
gasoline caught fire.
Hollies of many of the dead were
almost ronuuTned by the fire and
many persons pinioned beneath the
wreckage received severe burns In
addition to wounds.
complete Identification of the dead
will have to await a canvass of thcxne
who emuped. aa a number of boilloa
Twenty bodies of the thirty-eiglit
recovered from the wreck had been
Identified toduy. The delay In lilen
tlllrutlon la because many nf the
bodies were charred almost beyond
recognition. All of the dead bo far
identified were rexldenta of Mlasourl,
most of them from Joplln and No-
VILLA LEVYING Oil
Made Subject of Appeal to
State Department by Inter
El Paso. Tex. Aug. levies
made upon Americana and other for
elgnera In northern Mexico controlled
by tleneral Francisco Villa have
caused complaint to he filed with
the slate ilepurtment at WiiNhlngton,
waa the Information brought here to.
day by arrivals from the outh. They
report large quantities of timber ate
being cut from the holdings of the
Kansas Clly. Mcilco & Orient rail
wav and the I'hihuahi'u Lumtn-r
comHtny In Chihuahua and sold for
the benefit of the constitutionalist
Uighty Mexican families of soldiers
In Villa's army a re aald to be ouar
lered on the ranch owned by William
H. Kenton, widow of the Englishman
whi met his death mysteriously lust
February In Juarcx.
Cr. RizUfii Writes Iatere.lia,
Letter 00 This SaVjecL
Madison Heights, Vt-Mr. Chaa. A
Raglind, ol tin place, writes: "I have
been taking Thrdfoni'i Black-Drhughl
lor indigestion, and other stomach troub
les, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught tor a tew
ttayt, I always tel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
tn pit ed stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after eating, art sure symptoms ol
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
bfalth depend very largely upon yout
food and Its digestion.
To get quick and permanent reliet
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 73 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of ust suctt troubles, proves
the real merit ot -TnetSlord's Black
Draught. Sate, pleasant, gentle In action,
and without bad arter-etiects, it la sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
,verjr whtifc PiK4) ). KUU
ADDS TO HORROR
I1.1TTLU ItElfHtTH orn IM.I.Y
COMIItMEII IS V.MII4.T1
Washington, Aug. . American
diplomatic dlapatchea from llclgium
connrm 1 runnels reports of a heavy
Herman defeat at Lit ge. Th0 Her
mans were caught between two forts
The annihilation of some llelgian
troops In a furious charge on nver-
helmlng Uerman force also was
London. Aug. . Chancellor nf
the Exchenuer Lloyd lleore state. I
today In the house of commons thai
the government hud decided to pic
claim a general moratorium f.n h
month. Wages, salaries, tales and
taxes, government payments and lit'
tional Insurance transaction nri not
to come within tho scope of the mor
atorium. POIITI';L NTOiM s:x min
or' t'EUKALM IMr l IMTKI V
Lisbon. I'ortllsal. Add. A Th n..ri
la crowded with Veaaela bclonama to
the various European nations now at
The government haa taken meaa.
urea to assure food and fuel supplies
for the nonuliitlon. in well aa tn as
sure the monetary circulation.
The export of cereals has been pro
hibited. OLD TOWN BROWNS
WILL PLAY RED SOX
The Old Town Hrowns will piny the
K. d Hox at Hopewell fleld Huroluy af
ternoon If the Krnwna win they will
go after the r. rt. K.'a and do buttle
for the city championship. They look
the title In the city league Inst year.
The Prowns haven't been In action
ss a team for seveisl months.
"Rpeedlo" tluevara Is piloting the re
NOTUm OK ADMIMNTIt Tt)lfK
Proposals for the purchase nf from
: tn 3.".0 head of rows and this
year'a ralves in either of the follow
ing brands: Apple and Flying Dia
mond, and stock rattle in said brands
to the number of not to exceed too
head, will he received by the under
signed at the office of Marron and
Wood, rooms S to S, Male National
Hank building, up tn 10 o'clock a. m.
of (he 17th day of August. 114.
Maid cattle being the rattle owned
by the late H. K. Adams and are now
ranging at Runnee, New Mexico.
Itiddcr will please stale the price
they will give for each class of cattle
delivered at Buanee.
II. ft. HF.rtNnn.V.
Administrator of the Estate of
JI. E. Adams, deceased.
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC
Pursuant to the Instructions ot the
Democratic county central committee
of Kernallllo county; a convention of
the Democratic party la hereby called
to meet at the court house, did Albu
tueniue on the 13th day of August at
lo o'clock a. in., for the purpose of
selecting IS (Iclcilulcs to represent
llerniillllo county In the Democratic
stute convention which will be held In
the city of All.uiiieriue, N M , on the
17th day of August A. D. 114. for the
purpose of nominating a candidate
for thn house of representatives of the
Cnlted states for the state of New
Mexico, and of nominating a candi
date for member of the state corpor
ation commission; and for the trans
action of ail' h olher business that
may come before tho convention.
Precinct primaries shall be. held on
the inth day of August A. P. 1314. In
precincts 1 2 and 2. at k o'clock p. m .
at such place aa shall he designated
by the chairman of the precinct, and
at nil other preein.-ts at such place and
such hour as shall he designated by
the respective chairman, the chair
man shall post In several public places
notices of said meeting, at least three
das prior to the date of holding the
The chairmen of the precincta ahull
certify to the secretary of the county
central committee as soon a poaalole
after the primaries a list of cue del
egates selected at aald primaries.
The precinct chairmen and number
of deli gtltca to b selected are aa fol
lows: Precinct 1, Han Jose; Itafael Can
delaria, chairman; 4 delegates.
Precinct t, Del Hln; I delegate.
Precinct 3, Alameda; Itoman 1. 11 -cero
y Ourule, chairman: 2 delegates
Precinct 4. Itanchos "Is Albiuiurr
iue; Ambroaio A. itamoru, chairman.
Precinrt t, llareliia: Cesarlo Ito
mem, chairman; 3 delegates.
Precinct S. lacs Pailillaa. lll.ia Men
toys, chuirmun; 1 delegate.
Precinct 7. Kan Antonio; JeaU4lar.
ci.i, chairman; 1 delegate.
Precinct l, Los lirlcuos; E. W.
Yount, chairman; I delegate.
Precinct . Itanchna de A true o;
Don.n luno Ourule, chairman; 1 del
egate. Precinct 1". Escoboaa: 1 delegate.
Precinct II. Pajarlto; P. II. MeUgar,
chairman; I delegate.
PrecinU I.', Alhuyurnpie, north of
Central avenue: A. Fleischer, chair
man; :R dele galea.
Precinct 11, Old Albuquerque:
Feliclatio amors, chairman; 7 del
egates. Precinc t II. Han Ignacio; I delegate.
Precinct li, Hants Harbara; 1 del
egate. Precinct Im Tijira: Daniel Her
arra, chairman; I delegate.
Precinct 2 a, Han Antonio; rrco.
Monies, chairman ; I delegate,
Precinct SS. Albuquerque, aouth of
Central ae:-'i; M. 17. Vigil, chair
man; II deleiates.
Precinct 3. Alrisco; Edunrdo Apn
da. a, rhalrnun; Z delrgaira.
Precinct i. Chlllll: Jose I. Mat
donudo. chalmsn: I delegate.
Preclnc 5, Duranes: Francisco I'a
bedra. chairman; S delegates.
Total, 14 delegates.
I.OI 'IS A. McRAR.
W. W. McCLELLAN, Chairman.
' Albuquerque. N. II., Aug. I. lilt.
Prof li Mauru returned last
niHht from Jemex Kpriiiaa.
Leo Murphv. bookkeeper for E. I.
VV.inhhui n Co.. retiiriied last nMhi
fiom a nialioii f three weeks, spent
witnessing bin league gum. s In Clil
cHgo and other eiiNtern cities.
Judmnent f..r ;;j as entered In
the dislrlct court today in favor of
Learned A Llmlcmann against Al
bert II. Armljo. The suit whs for
money due on a piano, lie Ktla June
Itay was granted n divorce from
John Hay mi the ground of non-support.
Montana lucnk 4 1r,l.
Untie, Mont., Aug. . in the or
der of Uoerior ts.wart and Attor
ney tleneral Kelly the Ntale Havings
bank of Untie wns cIobimI here today
i'V rlale llnok l.it,ii....r 11 u
Ir.iw. It was reported KiiHlclixl,n
was only tempurary ami had ten
rallied ,y t1(. failure of the Institu
tion to obtain money from
A household remedy In America for
25 years Dr. Thointm' Kcleclii- ml.
For cuts, sprains. Iiurns, scildn,
orulsea. 2oc und 6t)c. At all drug
I Introductory I
Befrinning Friday we inaugurate a sale that
will provide unusual attraction tc people of
Twice yearly, it is the policy of "SELZ ROYAL
BLUE" Stores to convert into cash what is left
of a seasons stock. They never carry over a
s'.ock from one season to another. They con
sider it good business to take the loss and thus
tsUblish itself as the "Store of new things.'"
This store will always have nothing but new
footwear to sell.
The following prices will move this stock
LOT 1. Men's Shoes and Oxford. Patent Gun
Metal and Low; values up to $5.00. Special
Sale Price $3.85
LOT 2. -Men's Shoes and Oxfords in all leath
ers; values up to $1.50. Special Sah
LOT 3 Men's Shoes and Oxfords in all
leathers; values up to $4.00. Special Sale
LOT 4.-Men's Shoes and Oxfords in all
leathers; values up to $3.50. Special Sale
LOT 5.- Men's Sho;s $3.50 value. A god
work shoe. Special Sale price $2.65
LOT 1. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in all leath
er; values up to $4.50. Special Sale
LOT 2. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in all
leathers; values up to $4.00. Special Sale
LOT 3. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in all
leathers; values up to $3.50. Special Sals
LOT 4.- Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in all
leathers; values up to $3.00. Special Sale
LOT 5.- 30 pairs Ladies' Vici Comfort Shoes,
Rubber Heels; $2.50 and $3.00 values. Special
Sale Price $1.95
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ST. VINCENT ACADEMY. Albuquerque. N. M.
ItOAHDINti AMI IIAV N lliMil, Hill 4.IUIJ
1T.AH.M M WIU, llMl'i:M hl.11'1 MUCH Hilt S.
Muati'. Paiotlika Dranuttlo AH, lmarl.- ealcixr. Km la tteoliou. He. ,
ogulaecl aa tlMt Leading Academy ot IIm? Mtr. t'cMursfa t uplcte
prcqntrsHwy and Aca.lo.uli'. 1'or Pwrilrulara, ailitrc-se
Bid 1 Lit bl PtJllOK HT. VLNCU.NT ACADLMV ,
Ile ltIM tor HidlaiMl.
W.iNhingt.,n, Ann. g From The
I la line has come the flmi ni.lane
or aid from the Am. man i;,.,) ''riral
A ineKMige haa been returned saving
liospli.il 1 i,t. W ,e il Km,I he. I as
qui. kly as iriinNpori 'iion 1 .m ,P
found A ho-.it.il null coninia of
Ibrea . I , r,,,a phslclans and I
nurses with a fui: equipment.
a rwa nf giuu 1.; a m rriwvn
Dr. T. FELIX COURAUD'S
OS MA&ICXI. BUUTIHER
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