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THE EVENINO HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
Crescent Hardware Co. I:
STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumpi
J 818 West Central Avenue
RULING, SPECIAL F0P.MS 07 ALL KINDS.
ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
208 210 West Gold Avenua Phone 440
ELSON II. NORRIS
Iioh bmixpiI lilw nflbv from i-inhhm 1
ml 2;l l lilting building. l re in I,
. rh- Ttinater liullillng.
ON WALL PAPER
During the month of August.
I do painting and Paper hang
ing. Get .my prices.
C. A. HUDSON,
4th and Copper Ave.
100 SPUTUM CUP FILL
ERS FOR 65o
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
307 West Central
Where you get things
just a little better at the
r-iiiiilHKi.ii iiur finial clirht"
GOAL AND WOOD
Best Mountain Wood
in any quantity
TROTTER Fhone 912
THOUSANDS OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS DURING
THE PAST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ARE A STAND
ING ADVERTISEMENT FOR OUR BUSINESS
METHODS. WE ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF
STEIN-BLOCH AND KUPrENHEIMER FINE
CLOTHES FOR MEN.
Suits $15 to $32.50
NEW SILK HOSE FOR MEN 25c. SEE THEM IN
OUR GOLD AVENUE WINDOW
H. IG. Iflaiiljlmnt flUi.
VATCHHAKCRS k JEWCltRS
107 W CENTRAL AV?
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
in wkst i.i : m
Plume) Hay or night. Mt.
V. II. (H.VNKII, M. .. I). O.
II ib returned frmii a iri. in licnter
mlbe: Kii'rn Rldii. Phones S5.". unci JJi
TO REFORM SCHOOL
! (' nil Harrison, l.', year old.
mi 'I I'loapcro Hurelu, II yens old,
a i raivncd in separate chargca In
corrigible, were dim li.u , ,l .y Judge
KhmiiiIn yt-atcrday in the dniri t
inurl lth a warning. Tin- bo.ia faced
i i iiiiiiiiiiii nt in i hi.- reform s hnul
wlnii i riiitcii. il. Tin y promised o
lielimiv i: hi la ih m.i III In lluvr Hlnll'll
a bnnle anil M irrlmin nmihrr com
plained I lilt t the could lint innlriil
In in He has been In lh It-form
H TCP ID
221 South Second Street
Licensed Motion Pictures
. Tttn iin i, him
Tl H K.
A M. mil V
Beginning Monday. August I "ill,
lli frtlal will liate an rnllrr
'iMiimr of prog ram ' day,
Metlm-n. al 9 SMI anil Jl SO: l
Mr"w at Mitlu Begin 0:15.
I'lVK-l'IKI K OIK llr.sl It
SAND AND GRAVEL
Full fc 'ANT: Tonight anil Hat
uniuy generally fair.
AWUglKltyriC Weather fr
the 24 hmira ended at o'tlntk
Mini num SO.
At I o'clnrk TO.
TIIINtiH TO WOltllt ABOI'T
To nlve II adililinnal piier a
nw atrrw ilrhrr ig proviilnl Mh
two aildltlnnal dctHthutils hun
lira. ABOUT PEOPLE
I YOU KNOW
TO U; aU..lHBKS
If o fall to act your availng
POSTAL TKLRORAPII 4
CO 11 P4 NT, PHONB H.
Kvn'a Canily .stnit imw making thai
nlil-faiihlniied niulanuH candy.
I'uiilaln Krrd Kmnii.r nf hunlu l'
arrlvfnl lurl n'Khl for a hrW vlmt.
Tiy Mullruil. I'lillailmn & i n, Inr
(amy ariKtrii and mvata. Ilmii li.
limn. In Mr and Mia. II. H.
Men i nil, Ul Nnrlh Mvvund atri-nt, a
nil. AuKiikt (. 1VM.
.Mr. and Mr. II. II. Kind, nf S.'fl
Nnrlh t:ltiiith Mrect, are h .arnl
nf a Iidv Imrn Imlav.
Mra. Krcd KhIIIiik and ! rhil-ilri-n
yrali'nla' fur a imt In
rrltniila In lain Vpkh.
Tnm I. Tallv ipturnrd Imnjo lat
nlRht frmn hm rmuh nvur Hprlnacr.
whrre ha haa a lame liuin h nf iultl
Mian I.iiuibi- M. Iliiir. Illirariun
ut Ih Santa t'v rcaillng rnnina. re-lurm-d
luat nltiht from a visit l
fri-nda In Tniirku.
A nautar inrcllng of Ailnli i'ha
ti-r No. 6, U. K. H., will he (I.I In.
niitlit (it S ii'rlnrk In MumhiIi' Trin
lli imtiulinn anil rrfn-plimi'nta.
Knriit Aaxlmani N. Iliiinmnnd,
nf Wrati'hi-Nlrr, I'u., repurted l lh
illHtrli't nlMi imlay nnd aa awiiHiii'd
in duly in the Tuaiiyan nulimiul fnr
( lark lll.iir ami I'H.lily Ityan hate
returni'd fmm a rei'inr trip im far
u Urania for tin? I'naial Ti'leRruph
ininp.inv. Thi-y report the ri'iuU In
A reaular meeting nf llarnmny
l.uilg. Nn. 1. I il. K. will he held
tniilghl at II u'lliKk. Work In lh
Nit (ligree All member are urgeil
to aitend. VUltlng hmlhera welrmne.
The city achnnla will rei.pen after
he aii'iimer V"iu(inii AuK'ift 21, an1'
Kiiierintenilent John Milne uigen
iaienta to nav all achnol children
nut vnn iiialid m raped at unit. The
law reiUire pupil In lie varcinated.
and If tl.a al iasing la dune now I ho
arina will ha healed hy tha Unix the
k Iiimi'i renpen.
fmrnlng ainikingii la nut conni'1
ered great fun during tha lit aum
mer mniitha. Ynu tan avoid thin
rruilg.try ly buying our LUuck 'al
brand "f mi'H'a, women and ihll
dren'g huelery. They ire made of
mn h aplendid material that they w ill
mil wear any other brand on tha
market. I'rUre run fmm l;"tc up
('. May'i ehoe More. Ill Weal Cen
Luudnn'a la the place to get your
pine i cream and milk nhrrlM'ta.
Telephone your nrdera and they will
be promptly filled. Wuiltiy uml
aervne of th beat.
CLtCAKICIlK AMI I'lthbMKK
HKXIt YOCIt fl.orilKrt TO
IS AD IlK HATlKrlU)
ais a. and. at. rtvn so.
Ttiere'a rraimn why this l tha bs4
O 4'anrrnd (1HII juKkpd.
Air dome Tonight
300 North Secoad Street
Licensed Motion Pictures
TIIK WINMIM. TIIHK"
V Magna ih.
'MiKfFllY IH' Till-: tAmr
m it im Aim a-
Mnllt llinmiHe ,,f Ilea.
"TiiK hivai. itn.iii iirr"
Haiitn Ttao-lti-H Icwlure.
Ilrai KImm at H o'clock IjmM
Miuw ItncliiH at f:4.V
MIOWH LAIN Oil MUSK.
All llwt .trait Air Htnra la.
Double Valve Auto
Six Plate Holders
STRONG'S BOOK STORE
Your money liacfc If ra
' ' t r.
Owing n tha fr jjenl inrntinn nf
lai 'ieitliig honrip fri the war newa
nnw being printed by the Herald tha
matter nf 1 he difference 'n tune be
tween AW.iinin n,ue anil the varinux
capitala nf the warring countries
abroad him 1 nrne up fur rilacuaiton.
Thw-INwtra,iM itui (he curred
hour in the upnuln uumcd when It
In nuun here:
'"ndnii 7.0,, p. ,
''"f" 7:00 i. m.
""fin 7 til p. m.
Vienna p m.
M. 1'cleiHliurg 01 p. rn.
LOCAL PRES3 MEN PLAN
FOR STATE CONVENTION
Final ai langeineiita fur the rec ep
tion and e ilrrlninni. nl nf the nea
I'Bper men ho will meet here In
alate imni nium Auguat 17 acre made
at a mieliiig if local inembern of the
New Mexico I'reM aaaocialion yea
tenlay. The miim will lie held at the
( nmmi ioi.,1 , u,. The entertainment
lealuri a im lude a laniiie and autn-inu'illi-
ii.l. . Noalnr Muntoya will be
tuH-iimiMier at tba dinner.
The rereptinn coiii.nlllee will inn
citt of the KtaffH nf the Morning
Journal, Kwning Herald, Iji linn
ilira Ami rn ..na. I at tipinion I'ublicn.
Kl Momior. nnd La Aurora.
Mmii.n pictures will be taken dur
ing tlie 1 oiicentluii fur elhlhition at
the .nn I in go expoailluii. A picture
of the e liiorial group a Hi be taken
fur hanging 1. 1, the capllo .
MRS. HANLEY GOES BACK
TO FORGIVING HUSBAND
Mr. Kilicl llanley, who came to
thia illy lioni Iiclroil two weea ago
with her ilivnned hunbiuid, t'harle
Ituaenibal. lift laat night to return to
her husband, T. I". llanley, a lieirrtlt
broker, llanley, after ordering Iti
enthal .ureal by telegraph, wired
that hi- would forgive hi wife and
drop proi ecdii.ae If she returned to
him. He int money for her trav
e 1 111 a eni'cnera.
Mr, llanley left for Iietrnlt alone.
ltonen h.il ana at the Walton to aay
good -bye He protnlved t'l.lef of I'n
lire M MIMin several days ago that
he would make no attempt to Inter
fere with the remnc illation of the
llanley. The chief wag at the -linn
to see whether Ito-enthal'a re
solve would stand th strain nf part
ing from hia former wife.
ON KISTLER, C0LLISTER
The wmk of remixlellns the front
of tha k 1. tier. Cullialer fo. store
front la progressing steadily. When
the work la completed the store will
hate show windows sm h as are
found only In a few of the larger
cine. In tha meantime new fall
goods are being melted and Ibe
regular trad la being cared for aVlth
nut hindrance, a . ?n)y one oft tha
front doors! will a Seed al Urn
Factions Going to it With
Teeth and Toe Nails in Bit
ter Struggle for County Or
BACA AND ANDREWS
THE ISSUES AT STAKE
Iteturns from the country pre
cincts In today's Itepubllcun primary.
coining In late this afternoon, Indi
cated that the Issue In the county
convention between Klfego Itaca and
W. II. Andrewa would be determined
by the vote of the two city product
The Haca forces have won In ('Id
Albuitieriue and Purane.
The Andrews force hate won In
the following precincts, according to
atntemenia given out at their head
quarters at 4 o'clock.
Alameda 4 delegate
Sun Anlonlto delegates.
t'hlllll I delegate.
Kan Ignaclo t delegate.
Itanchna de Atrlaco 4 delegate.
Atrisco 2 delegates.
These with the two city precincta
will give Andrew a majority In the
The Andrewa men assert that In
I'sjarlto fifty voters lathered al 1
o'clock and waited until after the
primary hour without any chairman
showing up. When the hour had
panned and the meeting waa not
called tit order, they eav they called
the meeting to order, elected officers
and a delegation. Tha same thing,
they assert, happened In Del illo.
Hoth were clone precincts.
Tho Haca faction. It was reported,
carried Harelas with 4 delegates,
Itepiihlicsns of llernalllln county,
and especially of the two Albuquer
que preili.cls. will clinch In a finish
fight at the primary election from 7
to o'clock tonight, a the culmina
tion of a battle fur control of the
county machine which puts even the
bitter factional contest which raged
from 1ii to 1 1 3 in the background.
Both side hate brought aenou
charge of corruption, attempted cor
ruption and unfair method. Kach !
Ida ha labeled the other with var- (
loua. uncomplimentary epithets and.
there ai all the condition present '
of one of the good, old-time, tooth. '
toenail and eye-gouging contests for ;
which the Itepublkan of liernallllo,
county have gained a atatewlda rep- 1
' On one side la lined up County I
Bona Jean Itomero. Klfego Uacg, hi
candidate fur the Itepubllcaa noml-
nation for ronareas. anil Charlea .
Chad wick, the Albuquerque KouierjiJ
eaner, won 11 aaiq is neaata lor ,
th sherelff's office in the negt coun. j
ty election If Itomero wins out. !
On the other aide are the support-
era of W. H. Andrrw for the con- j
grenainnal nomination, headed by the
Mnrnlnif Juomal. m-hlrh hmm ilir.
mined to punish Hiwa Itnmero fur his
rank ueaertion and disobodieme to,
orders. Romero had nt sooner
flaunted hlS fllll-tterise.t niiw.ra aa '
county boas before the Iota I political
scenery before the Journal opened 1
Its attack upon him, and II Is now 1
recognixed a a fnht to a finish fur1
control of the county organisation, 1
with Andrewa and Itaca hi the Im- :
mediate Issues at slake.
Itaca. according to tha AmltewBi
men. has no show for Urn nomina- j
lion fur congress, even If he wins'
liernallllo lOlllltv'a HeletfMla- hill !
they SKSert that the real purpose of!
Rosa Itomero is to make him county
Judge in ll and tu elect Chad wick
sheriff. KrTori will be made, also,
It Is aaaerted by the Andrew follow
er, to provide a Job for Attorney
John W. Wilson. Mavnr nnalrlshl's
IK-rannal political ad Meet, while Mo
desto l". ortlx. the well known attor
ney and (Mimical orator. I to lead
the liernallllo county delegation in
the slate legislature.
The Itomero force charge that the
opposition of the Journal la baaed
solely on the fa t that Itomero re-
nmea to obey orders and stand for
Andrewa for the congressional nomi
nation and that the issue ha been
forced upon the county boss. It Is a
ngni, met- s.iy, for control of the
psrty orgsnlxalion. which they pro
pose to win.
laii klna a newsnaner ..run lh I
Itomero funes have been laauina fui !
the past week a little four-page
pamphlet of their own which
has been distributed crutniinii.lv
throughout the city and which has'
made a particularly vicious nrmt
Campaign agains the opponents of
nv bo In Ihla ttftmi.M. ft-lfaa..
Haca has been brkno. Uilu.H thai
leader of the Itomero forces and tha
nig strong man of the combination.
He has been nrui laimcd the t.l.,ui of
the Albuquerque Kepuhlt'.in sup
porting the Itomero propaganda, a
a Popular candidate for ,.nrua
Considerable bitterness h. result.
ed In a personal war imnni the
loader of Ih two faction and thl
has resulted In tlaoroua err..n. ,n
both aide to land, regardless of f.
The primaries In tha tuun.rw air.
rliuta r? belna htld thl. mtt
The anil-Romero forces charge that
neither time nor Plat was iv. in
the call for these country primaries
and that they are to be held In secret
oy itomero leaders who will oblig
ingly cast the ballots for tha) boss's
delegations. Tha Romero leaders
declare the primaries are to be open
and above board and that the reason
the anti-bo. fellows are kicking In
because they know Boas Romero ha
the countj-y precincta grabbed.
In the two city precincta th pri
ma rlr. extend from 7 to I o'clock
nd are to b. by ballot. The anil
Itomero forces allege that Ih two
hour would allow ttepubllcana of
Albuquerque to vote at lha rata of
one vote for every fifteen seewnda.
Th Itomero forte aay two hour
Is plenty nf lima (o allnw all the
Itepublicana who are Republican In
Albuquerque lit cast their ballots.
The sntl-boss faction declares that
if any ballot are cast after the two
hour limit Itomero will use that a
an excuse, to throw nut the ln Albu.
querque delegations from the conven
tion. Tha forrea of the bona declare the
only thnnre the opposition ha to
win la hy splitting the convention
Taken all In nil, the necessary
requisite for a genuine, lam-hang.
dinged If you do and dunged If don't
Republican battle sre at hand and
the public Is promised a spectacular
exhibition of how liernallllo county
Republican harmony can be hunted.
The two rlty polling plnces are, for
the twenty-sixth precinct at the office
or Charles ( hadwlck. (OK West Hold
avenue, and for the twelfth precinct
at the police station. Reserved seal
are at a premium thl afternoon.
C. G. MARD0RFF AND
MISS ANNA DAY WED
AT VALLEY RANCH
The cedar room In the Miller bun
Xalow at Valley Ranch wn the scene.
Thuraduy evening, of an exceptionally
I pretty wedding, a well as a culmlna-
linn of a very enjoyable atimnier vac,
(lion, when Miss Anna F. !ny became
the bride of Mr. C. ft. Mardnrf.
The cedar rnnni Wns hcaiulf nil J
decorated by the ni! of the ranch,
the color schema being green and yel
low. The bride wa beautifully gown
ed In white nnd carried a shower
bonnet of sweet pea.
Mis Day hit been for the pnst
year a resident of Albuquerque where
she ha a host of friends, all of whom
rxtend In her sincere beat wl'hes.
while the groom, Mr. Mardnrf In
known throughout the state its one of
our leading business rggan and at pres
ent Is rashler of the Capital City bank
at "anla Ke.
I After the wedding nn eliihnrnle
dinner wns serted In the In rue dining
' eAnm at III. ranch Ihn aaoiM rnhir
scheme bring esrrled out a III the
cedar room. Following the supper a
targe party of friend accompanied
the bride and groom in motor cars to
flanta re. where Mr. and Mrs. Mar
dorf will reside.
Ireland employ 72 !.! males In
Roii'..t Ireland, has a municipal
Practically half the diamonds In
the world nr owned In the I'nlted
The final clearing out of our Summer Go-ads is now
being accomplished. We are still selling , .
$6j0O Panama Hats for'. ....... . $3.90
$3.00 Sailor Hata for S 1 .00
$4.00 Fancy Hats for S 1 .50
UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS
$1.25 Underwear for 85c
$2.50 Underwear for $1.50
$1.25 Shirts for 7 go
$2.00 Shirts for $1.45
ADVANCE STYLES IN FALL SUITS
MOW STERN, IncJ
..m. . aan a
Make Your Feet
And enjoy the good old summer time. Our Shoes will
do this to perfection and at an outlay of money that you
will find surprisingly small. There are still several
months of hot weather ahead of us and you owe it to
yourself to take good care of y our feet.
We have a splendid assortment of snappy styles in
both high and low cut Shoes, Oxfords, Ties, Pumps, Co
lonials and Slippers. Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Gun Metal,
Buck, Suede, Velvet, Satin or Canvas uppers, low or
high heels and every pair guaranteed to give satis
Stylish Summer Shoes for Men $200 to $5.00
Handsome Summer Shoes for Women $,50 to $4,50
Snappy Summer Shoes for Children. .$,00 to $2.75
SHIPS fl'l OFF
England, Germany and France
Represented Afloat Not Far
from Atlantic Seaboard Ac
cording to Unofficial State
ment. Yesterday' development In the
passenger and freight lines, when
many liner were forced .to turn ba k
I rom projected voyage to Kurope,
make Hie following table of foreign
war tc.-la now off Ih Atlantic coaal
Tha Berwick, armored cruiser, at
sea, bound for Canada, (torn Vera
The ftuftolk. armored cruiser, at
sea, dcstlliatlun a secret, fiom Veri
Tho Bristol, protected crulaer. at
aca, domination a secret, Iroin Vera
The Kasex, armored cruiser, at
The Iatucuater. armored cruiser, a'
The Dresden, protected cruiser. Re.
ports conflicting, bupposed to be at
St. Thomas, Danish West Indies, coal
ing, but was In communication with
tho Msyvllle radio gtMlnn Friday
night and may bo at sva along lha
The Karlsruhe,. protocled cruiser, at
sea, bound for Havana, from Port an
The fltriissburg, protected cruiser,
al HI. Thomas, !an!h Went Indies.
Tha Coiide, armored cruiaer. and
the Diwarten, protected cruiser, led
Vera trn yesterday under sealed or
ders, destination secret.
WATKIt TAX DCK ANI PAT-Al-Lfc
AT OKKICE OF WATER C..
lit 8. 8ICCONU.
A new type of fender on Berlin
street tars saved the lite of twenty
person In the Ural few week It w
"west Central Avt;
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