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tiie evening herald, albuquerque, n. m., Monday, august 24, 1914.
I Crescent Hardware Co.
t STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
i AGENTS FOR
I Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumps
t 318 Wnt Central Menu.
RULING, SPECIAL FOPJffS OP ALL KINDS.
ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
208-210 West Gold Arenas Phone 44
OUR ANNUAL REDUCTION
ON KODAK FINISHING
We clt-vi-lop mi) lr Ivoclak lilm
!r lix-. Iiiiliiiil.m nl-i on lllm
l't k ami I'rlniiiig. Tank licti'lop.
mriil, all .MoiM-rn Mi-lliotK lii
I'.ilH'r mi-ana Hie .ri guar.
ll'llcill ilk l llllll't rCII'l.t'lt ll
it' ii I it ln l liy nli u't'lu k. Mull '
I'd lll'll ili-il.
TIIE GRAY STUDIO
AlliiHlic-Mjil New Mexico.
il rill ml Air.
C. H. CARNES
l.cft.n ling I lie hum. in eve and tip
l lM lM kIiiiih. Ih.il cXW liy conform
I" ill lc.iiircmcnla of each ImllUil
u.l in (- direction all I I .-( that
Impair t If. i tl mill WB'Mm Vitality ln-o-
l.ir im II ni.iv Ik- done Willi IciiMfi. i ti
ill' M, lilting tlil'MC B llll hIIIiUIiI
If llllcl. kuimh cartful .ill. hlli. II li
iv point t ,i,:.ul Him l our
V i i xaintn it imi ! enable uH In
i i in in. whit e i tin iln Ii.r iiii.
t'llhe. IM Wet 1 1, 1, nppoNile
Id. Irl Ci.iiiIk.
rii.iiii- :I2 fur Appolifimi-niH.
. ii. row nt. m. ii . u. u.
i lKfi'"plltlilt' Nh i Inll-I.
I 1 1 n I nil iiinii.lt. iIini'i.i.h liflli
Mi i n l iiililii v; ( In. in- ,: nnil j'.i;
ICE ( REAM
We have just placed on
sale the newest ideas in
Fall and Winter Hats for
Men and Boys. The Derby
is very popular this fall
and we are showing a few
novelties in Mallory and
Knox makes which will
appeal to bath old and
Mallory Cravanette Hat
Knox Very Stylish
$4.00 and $5.00
Mail Orders Piomptly
E. L. WASHBURN
I 1 I
- rr'a n rrin win I Ida to llir lier-l
i Hilled I Mil m ki'il.
PRONE 311 1
I LUMBER & BUILDERS
J Wholesale anil ILetatl
t Albuquerque Lumber Co.
411 Norm flnrt Hitm
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.
5c Sonn. ner dozen. .35c I
10c Soap, per dozen . . 50c
15c Soap, per dozen. . 75c
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
307 West Central
We l, l-' imu maklliK IliMiilatiK.
Tlicy An lli Ili-si.
We. wnc KuihImIi-Iii from IS
ll'H.ll ti 2:;to ft. in.
N' Kln'rii.H I :,!-) I lay.
Second Mini ( rntral.
.J L.1 .-.
I hi' lilWHiMi U i-oirtexl liv
nil. 'I In- ili h mill Mir nllk
ll'llf. N MNMM.IO.
In Inning HHMIIMI ou
. oiir iiiiiik'v I In not: Ii imiuI.
Inn Ii mill ii Mill Inline a
miiI siiioiliil liui-ri'si on ilu In-
l-llllllll. If )OII WHllI In Imi'
a IHWIliMi I lulu Imu l o
I I It I IT. ilu- III in wliii a rti'
iiiiitlnii of ;iii )ihi.' Miiarf
il iiHii .'.
M-r our uIhiIoh for rii
Mini iuk noir mi art nnViliiu a
Mil Maiiiinl riNliKloii i r I !.
Imluini of l lit nioinli.
nil ami ak for imr honk on
VATCHMAMRS S JfWf IfM
KlfW IINIL Ave
t TOT UZt
II. ma Wagner, thei nay In Fill
IhiikIi. i weaktiuiit; in lulling hut
ii"t In liibliiiK. I'l o'lhila preilnii'l
thai w lien the old Minn' lire.ik i tnne
it wiilil be In hoi i. fi'fiHe a rraek
ina of the mi. aim, m.wt likely
I'.ilt in tin iliet liable (lei line doeMU'1
-uelll i he woiking lhal way. Aye
la dimming Ihe veleian'a ee Inore
iapi.ll loan it t alofting up til
Wavhlnninn, Au. J4 ilirinnl
Iv f.iir mill unrinrr will
Iff ml inn Hi., pxin-iiir Aimirrn
I i. ii-il M.itu ihip fk, ac'infil
I im in iii Mili-r liiirenu fiiif
li i;l In- Afmir ovfr ini"
iriii'in iniiin of lh ronntiy
imi ly in llir milk." hnvii lhi fnrr
inm. ' .m l li'ini'i iHtui. will rol.
uli ii-iitinii nhitp thr fttiiiinipr
in. final iliirniK nun h !' ill'- ii K ''
Hhi.Mi't niilv In Ihp !, Itil
IhWimI liy l.ilr ufclfa i-rp r..tl n-l rl
lor l In- initii'l ami niflfin nrf
lion or I hi- i i'iintry.
Fi"Hr,rMT Toiilnht nnil Turn,
ilu iiiiK.-t i U-il. with prnluilily In l
tliiimliT nlii.vM-m in noutli imi'inii.
AI.IIliVlKIKVt'K WmlhiT fur
.'I hoiim I'lnli il ill ft n i Im k Ilu'
.l. i xl m u in kS.
M I ft i in ii in im,
A I H o i look
Xi.uihu wimU. rlrar
Tlir Sanir I'raipr.
ii r tlifir RliiiiKhii-ri'il hiidiaii.
oiik iirpat iry
Krinn mi her i iii my;
Kroin fllhi-r Iimhi, I hlKh-dirfi in
Itlih ntitl nhiiiiip:
niif irypr. one iiikI thp.ini:
With Ihip, Willi Ihrr, lil'd Onrl of
It Mull) in nnnwrr Imih.
nut of the nli. rnt? miia of .l iiiffi
From runt ind l onp mer:
Ci Hod. dclivpr Ihy pi-ol'lf.
lipRlruy our i.inni, T.ord "
Kr.im ,rilinii" l "Thp Wlni
ITiw," liy Alfred Noyeri.
Our Service Costs no More
Than the Other Kind
1 YOU KNOW
If you fail to t you. availing
COMP4NY, PHONIC IS.
Frr'a randy (tore hna hire (rnh
larfy every day.
For Fancy nrnrarla and Meata
lihone 11. Wiilleml, I'ullnUliio A Co.
Col. W. H. Iloliewell left Inrit nlMhl
fur iin ruiuh nl llerinoMi. Sierra
Vl.e rrmldint W. H. storey, of th
H.iniii Fe, la exie lei t(, iniike a In I
r l:i.ei ll"ii here in a fen duy.
'hiirlea K. iatnetr, nveriniH'itt
Imlinii emi'loynient aaetit, arrived Ihni
ii i K til from WanhlnKion where he now
inaki'n lila hpudgiiartpra.
The W. C. T. V. will hold n parlor
neeiliiii nnil program at the Iioiiih ot
MfM. Kdwlu 1). Sower, 4(7 Vel 1'r.al
UMiiue tomoirow afternoon at i'::iu
Fred Itrynoldn. an a lifiin ice in
the S.llilil F mm hini' nliopK left lnt
nixht lor Iteming where he will re
main for Be vera! moniha.
C fl. Hmilier, rnrriKi'iindent a lien
Ver (or the Amiriulril I're.n 1. In Al
lniiiieriu today on bUHlnean, return
inn from u ahort trii to the ra illc
If any aicknena among your time
I Ii-. i n. . hi. lie ItoHeliwald lire. Jenelrv
depurt-itent and our rxiu rt ill mil
ami lii'ut It itoerly (or a very nmall
i h ime.
Now la the time to think about your
liL-uium I'l.ini. if you hae none phone
.".II nnil we will give you an e.tiiniua
ti a i .implrte ateuin or hot waier a
Iiii.iIum. Heeiuun Ayer.
Former governor OeorKe Curry of
Kl I'ami waa In the illy hint niaht on
hi way to Santa Fe to attend the
pnliliraii atate ronventlon. i!oeir.or
Curry aaid he waa aoing merely an
lnl. reeieil apei talor.
Word waa received here yealerdiiy
that Iteiiny Sieen. a Hantu Fe II re
inn n whoae home la in lit Veaaa, Iohi
a foot under an engine at lilor.i-l.i.
Siiinr.li.v mailt. It in aaid I hat the
extra engine, whl'h helped pull No.
a up '.lorii ia inoui.laln. i runiieii uie
loot neieiuiltuting amputalloii.
J. A. MrThuney of Oukl ind. Cal .
haa returned to In. home, ul't-r re
n.verlng from the effe t of Hie Injury
he rereited when a pHmuiiger train
he attempted to board alter it Klurled
fjii ver liU right foot at "lie Santa
Fe elation to moniha ago.
He i been at the Santa Fe hoapl'al.
The Saiia Fe ilaim deparltneni la
k.i id In have eel. led W'Hh MiThaney.
TREE BRANCH CAUSES
FIRE WHISTLE BLAST
Th. t.i, .al of i he fira whlatle that
aiiiili.li d lu.t night waa l auied bv I be
i iinl ii I of the writ Hh a Ilea
biaiirh. It waa aiad today thai when
an elei'triiian tried to Ihin
hi an. he, at lhal polni a-veiul dav.
ago reaidenla proleated violently
again! (lilting the treea
tf.i:AM:K9 AM l'Hl-rtS:itH
Kt:'l YOl'lt t'tXYMVA 1X1
l'i M HK TltFUI
SIS , tud. M. I'buua a.
USCOUGESWOnB. JONES STARTS
SAYS REGULAT QH
Mrs. Orrin A. Foster, News
paper Woman, Tells Albu
j querque Women Effect of
Early Closing of Saloons.
A lew of AllilliiicrJe'a publlo
.pulled women galbeied al the Al-
Miiado hotel Suiidn niomlliK tit el
i ha li g e lileaa on i tv I. bettermenl
with Mr. rrln A. Foater, a hewa
Paper woman of I .a. irii'-ea. who haa
had io lie experlein e In elvlo im
.l .. .-nit til work in .eieriil New MeJ
i. o t"utin. When aHked regarding
the lailv rlimlng or ealoona in La
'I'm eft All Foeler fuld:
"( iiir saloon nrdinanre cloae a
loon at Mi aharp and the law I
itrli liv enforced by an earnest i lly
ioiiiiiII. the nmjiirltv of whoae mem
ber, it not ihe enliii' council, voted
"wet" in lat apritiK ampaign on
Ihe 1 1 r local option, l.a t'ru-
i e ha Hie aunn. The ordinance
known n 'the eailv cloning nrdl
naiue wa pnmed immediately after
the eli'illmi and Wn given u by an
avowedly 'el' council In prove their
ire-cl'llon tatenii nt that the an
loiiii i oiild he com rolled and run
lineilv ami kept ilnncil according to
Mi Foeter did not know tha
opening hour for a.iloona In Ijia Tru
ce, though it la about or ? o clock
II .11 . l.lll I. .1.1 tla.r i '1 1 1 a , . ah. .l.a
cloKtng hour la carerully obeyed by
Ihe vacating of the place by all cus
lonier. and Ihe hairing of all door
and window, and with the light
hiirmng till midnight, the door la
locked and nil la quiet. Hnlnonmen.
ahe said, petitioned the town coun
cil with mi nunie on their lt
permit the aloiin to remain open
uniii 1 1 10 p in., but werr ijUlelly
relimeil Sin h faith have the people
In the good intention of the council
that they did not attempt In ecu re
fueller In c ounter-pet it loiin nor hold
meeting or feel nnv unreal a to the
reHiilt, and the reault Juntitied their
Iluaine men who had long fell
that the long hour were conducive
to good t'licme and good fellowship
and many of whom voted "wet" are
delighted with Ihe prenent early ro
lug law, Mia. FoMer anl. and any
thiit biilne con.liliou ara im
proved and hill re much more
promptly paid than formerly. The
ladle wixhed In know how the Ij
i nice council managed1 to keep the
aaloi'ii men liom Imhtlng the ordi
nance. They were told that the
council loiiud condition Improved,
the treet aufa and nulet at night,
men who had gone home at midnight
now went hour earlier or Joined
their fnmille at (he picture dhow
The grorcra told the council lhal
check ulwaya hereto! ire caahed In
aaloonn were how cuahed in the
al i .re and the money Fpent there
They found that brawl were aeldolu
now and drunkard go ilei leaned that
they tidvitted Miloun men to tt con
tinue if they tlid not dcalre the en
tile n bollHhineiit of the rnloon. When
the million men and their friend
prepared to open a aoclal club the
ciiy council iiilvini'd them l,bal their
licene would be revoked : mid the
trouble wa oer
A man who i found Intoxicated on
-the nirc-ct Juliet) and put on the
city Ktreet to w..ik a a fine. Heme
few will dare the e'ond arieat and
keep out of piihlic place when
di Inking ' Tele. ' the Mexlcnn day
officer of l.a t'ruie. Mr. Foter
aaid, begged for the longer hour for
auloon. u he ciolil nut keep the
atreeta clean tor lack of men. The
women deci'led in help I'l l., nut. and
did u by promptly reporting all
Htaggering men in the illner anil
though rett n ti'.ii are Uriel, th.
Heel are Mine kept clean the
In-reaaed number reported. thee
Inning mt.Rcd I'lflcer 1'elc'n lenient
and aotiiew biit inpiithellc eye.
The "boy ' cwi la aln iilmo.t ab
ent in In i fioea. thoush vigilant
mother feiu i lore are null lup.e
In tbi re.pei t ,nid thai I her exl.t
Imtl.mcc oi 1 1 . 1 1 ii . r tielng old to ml
no Few winilit go back lo the old
day of open a.iloona, open twenty
four houra. oi. . ilaya In the year, or
even buck to (he 11 oYlia'k cloeing
"The million men of lai Cruce
leave I hen ..l'..n open n to win
dow .hade all day and all night
cm h Suniluv" .nd Mr Fouler, "and
they are foiimi iih their fanulie in
their nil. i.n i.r the hlll.i or on the
plemeld i. nun ii- load In K.! luo or
Klephant IliiUe .u Crui e ha the
bent con n. Hi ii hi loon ayatem of any
town peiunt'ing auloon to operate
in New Mi xii o. and Alhuiueriue
biiM'iiieMi men and other will find
if they look mi. i it that what ha
helped ami unproved laia Cruce
with ith imu impijiation will Im
in in e A I l,ii. ii.-i , ! liv w ith ita three
tuiien thai m.iny people." Mr. Fca-ler
l"l. I ihe la. be (jia Crui a I the
only I'lio e in Itoiig Ana county where
auloon are allowed, wllh) Ihe excep
tion of the Utile town of organ,
Im h now h.i a auloon. pending the
keitleiiu-nt ot the queatlon uf illegal
i.i.- i aft in the election, which auit
i now in the i ourta.
RED SOX PUT CRIMP
IN BELEN'S STREAK
The Red Sox trounced Ihe Helen
leuio at Helen eterduy. lu I, pun
luiuig a wlnnln atrrak It guinea
long The Helenltea made a me of
thing In th held, piling up eight er
ror, and hit the' pitching of Ay
feebly. Th Indian Iwlrler wa in
fine hupe. tunning It and allowing
only ix afe hue. Clullvrrex w.i hil
Plana I. Hd Harav III W. CVippar
for aral-rlaaa hacka au4 carrlagaa.
W- i TrlWBki C
00 TIL OF THE
Head of School of Mines Will
Make Extended Tour of
Northern Part of State
AT THE STATE FAIR
Tr. F. A. June, president f the
Slate 8. hool of Mine at Socorro la in
the city today and will leave tonight
for Santa Fe where he i hedulcd to
aridrpH the i-din al hhihI inatituie and
"uinmer achool on Wednedav, Thur.
day and Ftnlay. Following hi work
at S.i Ma Fe ir. June will go on lo
II lo Arriba and T.i.m count ir where
ha will viil all or the mining camp.
Including I lt-,1 Itlver. whence he will
gu on lino Colfax county. It I hia
purpo to vlit every nulling dlatrl. t
In northern New Mexico, making hia
llnul iirrangeinenl for .peclmen for
ne in making the San iMego fair
"I will be very glad," aaid !r.
June thia morning, "to have all Ino
who are going to contribute lo thin
Sun lUcgo dlKplay. end their exhllula
to the .lute fair mineral exhibit,
tuber S to lit, an. I help .well the Mate
fair ahowlng. Thin will make a ptr
liminary concentration of the apec
linen from whn h we can make ae
lectlon and will aid u very material
ly In getting a comprehenalve ahowlng
for sun 1 tic no. It al.o will help mag
the atate fair diaplay a real mineral
.howliig, .omeihlng we have not hen
able to aecure in the pat.
"I expect lu be out In the mining
diatrlcta now until well toward th
flit of Oitoher, lomblmng this work
with my regular woik for the school
of Mlnea. We are going tu luve the
bet diapluy for San I 'lego that haa
ever been sent out of New Mexico."
REGISTRATION AT NEW
HIGH SCHOOL THIS WEEK
Fy the end of the week all the fur
nilure will have been iiialulled In tha
new high i hool and everything will
be In readme for the opening of
the term Auiciihi 31,
duy and Friday, from H to 12 a tn-t
Mr FIIh La Hal. the principal, v. II
he at her iilllce tit reginler pupil.
Fnduy nlternoon and Sunday af
ternoon the public invited tu In
apect the new tructure, which ha
ciwl in t;,e neighborhood of 1 1 3". "00
and i tha fineat high achool in the
aouthweMl. liiilde will be on hand
to conduct Maitoi through the
BOY BICYCLIST BOWLED J
OVER BY AUTOMOBILE
.1 net n John Apoiluca. 14 yeura
old. of lul'i South Second meet, ai
meenger boy. uprang on hia bicycle ,
in rroul of the Hotel Conib laet eve-'
nltg nt o'clock, an automobile
driven by Mr. T. c. Mitchell, wife'
of Ihe hotel proprietor, rolled up to
the curb and bumped into the bl-(
cvcle. The boy wa thrown off and
the auto run over the bh-M ie. Apo
d.ic wn llghily hint.
GET MEN AFTER
Round-Up of Suspected Horse
thieves Crowns Spectacular
Pursuit by Posse With Suc
cess; Six Prisoners.
Sucre ha irnwned the long and
eXieniv chane of the Chave county
heriff oftli e after a gang of alleged
hora,. Ihieve.t, w hna. truil led a lt.i
well poe or lx cleterinllieil man
huntera to thl city a week ago. ac
coiding to an account primed In th
lloawell New. The ilt.nr waa con
din led by Sliettff c. it. Young of Hu.
well, hi aon Frank. Deputy Sheriff
Tim Johnaon, and oilier cither and
According to the New, the follow
ing have been arremed:
Juan Huix, Mexican, charged wllh
Joae Moiitoya, Mexican, charged
With hofe atealing.
Jim Weal, HoaWell, charged Wi'h
handling atolen horae.
Lir. T. K. Harrlaon, lloawell, charg
ed with handling atolen hurae.
Frank Kite. Implicated and nuld a
a wit nea.
Hed Holme. lloawell, charged Willi
handling etolvn home.
All but Weal and Hurriaon, aay th
Newt, are now It Ih Chavaa county
jail. H'f.l and llarrion having lur
nivhed th nvcemury ll.OUU bund fur
It la thnughl that thia la only tha
beginning of a round-up that will Im
plicate many nior all over the atate.
The .heriff , fore haa an Inkling
fur ome time that an organ led band
waa working in the eaatern part ul
Th chne of h men charged wllh
Ih theft waa una of th nmat excit
ing, and expenalve that haa been car
ried on by a aherln" fury In th gtal
Bine Ihe wild and woolly daya.
Th aheriff a lore under.tood that
if he doesn't, he isn't a leader.
This store sets the pace of giving up-to-date,
stylish merchandise. That is the reason we
were quick to make exclnsive arrangement to
sell STYLEPLUS CLOTHES. They are leaders
because their makers have led for sixty-four
years in producing real, intrinsic values at
You cannot get all-wool fabrics, serviceable
linings and trimmings and the real inside
worth and workmanship for less than $3 to $8
more than the $17 we will ask you. This is
not due to any cut-price on our part, but to
the efficiency and resource of the great cloth
ing organization that produces this special
suit. Overcoats, too, in big variety!
1 SIMON STERN, Inc.
Ihey were runnlg up agalnt a dun.
gerou pair when they went after
hula and Mnntova. Montoyn la an e.
caped convict, having gotten out of
the penitentiary at rprlng, accord
ing tn the New.
Home two week liKct, while herin
Young and hi aon, Frank, were
camping in the mountain. Frank
roan riding horae wa een. They
ware tipped ofT that it hud been Been
In Lincoln county, and that It wa In
the poe.ioii of Hum and Montoy
Frank Young and Jim Johnaon gut
buy and took up th trail. They
Were trailed over into the Iternallllo
county country along the Itlo ci ramie,
and back again Into Lincoln county.
The lal report of cunsiiienc wa
that ltul wa in Lincoln county rid
ing the roan horee. Here he got
diunk and hot up n dance.
The Mexican gave that., to Unix
and Montoa for forty mile tu the
mountain aomhwe! of Jack, but ai
they hud no arm to engage them In
a filth!, thev returned and reported
to Sheriff Young and on lat Wed
ned.iy he and lieputy Sheriff Frank
Yi.ung. hi iill. went up In that coun
try with their automobile. It had
rained the night of the dance and
ihey took their trail euy for a time.
I . . - -- -T-axalg.ai-aa,aJ i
20 OFF SHOE SALE
It is time to get Our House in order for our Fall and
Winter Footwear. So we say Goodbye to every pair of
our Summer Shoes. Men's Shoes, Women's Shoes, Boy's
Shoes, Misses' and Children's Shoes of every pricestyle
and description. , ,
Every Pair of Shoes
Take 20 per cent off the price of any pair of Shoes in
our store and pay us the balance. No old stock to work
off, every pair up-to-date and guaranteed to give sat
isfaction. This is simply a sale to close out one season's
stock before another comes in.
Shoes for Father, Mother, Brother, Sister and the Baby
All at One Fifth off price.
Just note what such a discount means in the way of
$5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $300 $2.50
Now $4.00 $3.C0
. . 54.00 $3.C0
$4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00
I Now $3.C0 $3.20 $2.80 $2.40 ' $2.00 SI. CO
$3 00 $2.50 12.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
Now ..... $2.40 $2.00 $1X0 $1.40 $1.20 $1.00
and then lot It.
In the end It wa mere accident th it
Ihey run Into the pair now lodged in
Jail. They were tuking acma the
country where there wa no '.gn of
a road on Friday, when they met up
with a native who hud aeen the Mexl
cuna with the roan horae ride by.
The aherllT and Frank then apeeded
up over rock, ractu. etc . and came
upon them Kiiddenly. Neither gave
fight, and imed to realixe Juat what
the RherilT wanted.
fieput- Sheriff Frank Young rode
2. not) mile by auto In the chime the
lat two week, and ruined lx new
automobila tlr.a. lieputy Sheriff Jun
Johnaon waa on the ca.e nine dav.
The hore atolen from Frank Young
I a valuable animal and la one of the
beet aaddle horxea ill I hi country.
Thl I proven by the fact that the
Mexican had ridden the animal lu lb"
lat ten or eleven duy from lfowell
to the Itlo ilrande and Hun back to
Itaventon and way the other aide over
the sunt aectloii of th country.
F.ighieen other hore have been
local id Identified Thl alock I incut -Iv
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