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TIIE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N H., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1914.
's Baseball Scores
New York-llcmlon poMponcd; ruin,
I'lillniMpliig, t; Mrooklyn, .
8. ore: It. II. K.
Philadelphia .."I'D loo 210 IV 1
I'.rooklyn HUM I ID lino 1 ID t
Mutlerio: Alexander und HUUtcr:
Ileugun, Allen, llcutUm-h und Klacher.
tit. I on in. ; in'iiiniiii. a.
!. Iml o : u
Clncihnull . ...uo.' UOii JH-5 4
Hulterle; Hugcrmun. Mrih' und
Snyder; Vlnallng, Ilcntnii and Clark
PUIhImiihIi. 7; llilcago. U.
It. II i:
Plttnhurgh ....O'tn .IIMI 4x7 12 2
Chicago "0U uno Hon 0 4 3
Ibitlerlea: Adam ami Oihaon; l.uv
riiilcr, Vaughn mid Archer.
(UK) (Mill IIIHI t II 3
hoi (mo ix 2 :
Huttcne: Hcndcroii mid Itobcrt
Falkeuhurg und lt:rlli-n.
Itahtinort' I ; Chicago. 3.
Chili It. II. E.
Iiallllliorc ... MO (M0 1100 1 2 3
ChlciiRo 000 020 (Hix -2
Hatterie Qulnn and Jucklltch;
Flk arid Itlock.
Philadelphia ill llriioklyn.
New York at Ronton.
('Iinlnnntl at PittshurKh.
tit. Louis at Chicago.
Chicago nt ltruil.
Cleveland at St. l.oul.
WanhmKlon at Philadelphia,
lloaton at New York.
Pittsburgh at Indmnapolia.
Ilaltlmore at Chicago
Kronklyn at Kanaaa City.
MulTalo at ft. l.oul,
Now, nratory la Immcniie
Hut an la convrmatlon
The speechc of most Influence
Are not for puolicatlon.
Men of today
young men want
The hardest aort of Sulla to
or ovule ui t-eeaf ully are lha Sana
fur the Iiapprr Young lireaaer.
who want lha very limit In atyle!
We've met with greet aucceaa In
Clothing the Young Fellow, be
i'aiie we atudy their want.
There la alwava a certain iii-
tlngulahed." "clu" air about Ihe
cut and alyla of our Young Men
We Call the Allmtlou of Kmart
rW4Ta t Our New Spring ull!
The atylva may be railea ex
treme because lhe are extreme.
F.very Idea or kink, thal'a new, In
shown hrr. while the (abrica and
coloring lire entirely new.
Alfred l .nli..lii.v a.hliiglon and
t bull. -raft.
hi I I SlIV. H. MA to ISO.
There's iiiikIi lo ee her thai
different, and our lime la at the
dipoal of the Young Man who la
"Juet looking for hia Spring nun:
THE LIVE fUjOnilKI
New Vork, I; ltolon, 0.
Score: It. II.
fao(on 00 000 000 0 7
New York ,...00( 100 (Mix 1 7
Huttcrlc Leonard. Hedlcnt
Carrlgan: Thomas, Flehor and Hweo-
lliHil'ihla. 4; WaHhliiKloii, S.
Score: It. II. K.
I'hllndelphla ..100 II02 0104 9 i
WaxliliiKlon ...0112 0 1 11 2lx II 1
lliitterie: llniii k, l!le. r, lloii'-d-man
und Nih.iiiK. Iipp. lliiil. Aycrs
CliHao, 0; IXllnlt, I.
Score: It. II
Chlcuao .. .01111 nun OhO 00 0 & 2
I mil .11 ....(mo 11110 vo 01 I :, 1
Miilterie: I'iii.tie und Hi hulk; I iu-
bur and Stunuge.
Mom City, 8; lc Molnea, 4.
ioux city 2 10
He Molne 4 '
Itiitleile: Wither and CriHp
fclty und Shaw.
Standing of the Clubs
(The averug,- do not Include to
Won. I. (ml.
rhlliiri. il hla i
New York 4
St. Unit 4
lioston , !f
New York .
SI. Uiuia S
Hoaton - r...i, 4
.4 1 I
.34 4 '
Kanaaa city 4
tt relern I rag no
St. Joeph b
lie Moines U
Hioug City 4
(Una ha 1
LII1IIIG 'EM OUT
"Wagner buck at hia old clip,"
Mute an exchange. If that I ao It
put an end lo ull argument aa to
the be! ehoiiHtop In Ihe leugue.
Demutee looks like one of Ihe beat
beta Mctiruw hu laid dow !i thl aea-
Bon He I fiuotnering tne opposition
like a pitching bear.
Most Important Ihing for Hhe com-
bntani to make ure of now la thut
their hand are clean when tney go
into court next Suturduy
I'mplre Hill Ineen anys the Alh
leuc .re me aiowe.i
in mc a -...,.-.... ... -.v.- ...
""""a n i'-' ""',., "",,
Ihen. Hill auy. it la Impos.!... x
pluy a game In fut time when th.rBlr-
Mackmen ate figuring in It.
rr.nk Chance declare he hag
made up hia mind to retire perma
nently from diumond activities. "Wil
liams looks ao good lo me on flrat
baae that there la no need to con-
tlnua the ordeal of keeping In play
Ing trim," he aaid, "epcially whenj
1 could not expect more than a year
"F.d Hweeney. the Yankee catcher,
la throwing well Ihia spring." uya an
exchange, tteada as If Kd were trav.
eillng on the aea.
On of the director of the Haiti
more Fed off, ra gold-headed cans!
to plaver who make two hita off cer
tain pllchera. Alrtady Swadna has
Our tig txcfc mt Aq Mren rff
iniyiaitlMil4-4 4 fi artMilMtor mn,
wo mm4 children. Cmb im w4
ti.ai-1.. L--UM lBVlktis
RIXOF.n CfflAK CO,
107 8. 41b. fed.
or n rune, tin a result
, or l hit l wo M
of ihe two blnKlcs li mud In the
opening content. Ilunl Wulh hm I
been assigned lo make Iwo astatic I
ofT Tom Meulon. Knube, Hcj'T and
Dixilun did not come to a definite
agreement with the ill roil nr. hut nil
declare they will win u wulkiiiK Mick,
bo multiT who in picked for them.
Washington believe Joe lioehllng
will make a wonderful record thi
year. Iliwhllng wa one of the big
"flnda" of 113. Hi one fault ui
luck of cnnliol, hut they au, he hu
II tin- control thW year any pitcher
can ak for.
The nrwrat white hope la lluttllns
John liuvlca, ho eland nix feet four
Int-hc and wclith 200 pound and
who wnnia a crack ut Coffey. Ii there
I fpooilna the llrowna la alway In
(order, but did II i ,-r otcur to any
. icif the almoin tloit at leiial all men
I on that ball chili would hrln over
W' 110. ono each In Hie open nmrket?
'Only a limit fifteen of the remaining
hiK leitaue chili v on Id like to hava
Agnew. Ilainihnn. Iinuinmrder, Well
man, I'ratt and Shotten.
Ororp Ilium I piuying flrat bane
for the lietroit Tiaern tleorge Hurn
1 pliiymg nn outfield poxition for the
New York Niitlonula Thee two
pluxer of the auiiie name are mil re-
luted. Ilurna I making good with
lietroit nod Manager Mciiiaw a
hi Iliiinn Mill become one of the bent
oiitlleldel hi the run Join.
Krvlii Kiintlebner, I'liain pin her
who Hlnried hi biu leiiKio lifk by
white aMiing the 'iirdlnul. come
from Iht .Vol t liu, lrrn league, I a
eoiithpaw, a ginnt. und known
on Ihe coiiat a "l'eiin"l." If. h f-
celoualy Miild. all Kouthpuw are mil,
the foregoing iiickiiuine ahowa en
terprise In being apeclflc.
If Frank Mi. ran I on hi feet at
the end of the twentieth round of hm I
light with Jack Jobtieon he Hill lie
champion ol the world. He doeen't
have to beat ,lohnon to outpoint
him or knock Into out. Me ha to
he on hi feet and I'url will do Un
Thla la the opinion of (ieorge Kn-
gel, who took Frank Kluua abroud.
ond ha IP cd In 1'iiri m iny year.
He av thai France I tired of Jnhll-
-on; that hi ml inn have put him in
bud, und that unl, he knock Morun
cold he can't win.
"Hi xltalily I Kupped from hi
atvle of living and he look unythlng
but a champion. In fact, he look
like an old. worn-out man. Mornn
may beat him on Ihe level, even
knock hlm out." uy Kngel. "lint
If Moran doean t. the deciKlon la ull
ready to hand to him If he la on hia
feet at the flnlah.".
Joe Illrminghum I atlll puraited by
the Jinx. Hi latent trouble la the lorn
of Hilling, the promising young
catching recruit, who wit apiked by
' I'odie aa the latter alid tiro the pinto I
in a came tne oilier day. An artery
hi Hilling' leg wn cut and lu will
.3Ji''c "", f ,hc Kame for two montha.
Here's what has happened to
Napa thl spring
Manager Illrminghum. Internal
Juries, out for enn.
I .'lay Chapman, broken unkle,
. for two montha.
for two weeka.
prained ankle, out
Steve O'Neill, busted finger, out for
vean (iregg. aore 11 r 111. out for two
Hill Klein, busied finger, out fur
Catcher Hilling, arvered artery In
leg, out for two montha.
"The fuel thut everyone ia picking
the Athletics lo win docmi I nuki
them pennant winner." saya Clark
Uriffilh. "Kveryone picked them lit
I HI 2. and vvaahingtnn beat 'hen out.
And In Kit we didn't get under way
until June. I have a much better
club now than I had then, and my
bunch la already nn the Jump. I've
got lha beat pitching aiaff In baae-
bull the best righthander and lliv
beat lefinander, and aume other to
help and pitching is about (0 pt-r
.cent of the game'
' "If we ever get t-t batting" add
(iriff, "we'll break up the league.'
I "All thut remain of the triple
pennunt winner," suy an exchange,
"are Cobb and Crawford. liughey
Jeniiing no longer I auja-ounded
uu 1 umii" imwuiinn. 10m J one.
Herman Khafer, Charley (library.
hill Coughlin. Multy Mclntyra. Iiuvy
Jom-a. Ira Thomu. Jimmy Archer,
Kdgar Willelt. Ed Killian, Bill Don-
llvall Oeorge Mulllii. Kddla Summer
Bh , few others They've run their
. Maybe that goei for Matty Mcln
( Bn1 ,erniall C hafer, but It will
aurprlce Caplgin Ira Thomas of til
.Mhletic. and Jimmy Archer of th-
l'u,' ' ,h"V run th.lr
Connie Muck's, club ia at prenent
emharraaed by lack of auhatltute
- , outfielders. The Athletics wer un-
- Usually strong In thla department
lat year, and It haa taken a bad
break of luck to put Connie In the
Murk's regular outfield constats of
'Murphy, Strung and nldring. lialey
la hia only subatitute. aa Wtlie and
lirlckh'y, whom Mack look south,
turned out to lie of very llttla value
and were released. Walah, whom
Mack had laat year aa a sub., was
traded to Nsw York.
Now Oldrlng's illness hss forced
Ihiley Into the field ss a substitute.
II I Betting along well, though not
quite up lo Oldrlng's atandard, hut
ahould any of th men now In lha
field b Injured. Mack would bs
forced to rely on Kopf. hia sub-In-
fielder, aa his extra gardener. This
makes the recruit "the substitute
for ins club.
Kopf has never played ih outfield
and In sending him In. Mack would
have to pull lh asms stunt by which
Jennings mads Oscsjr Vlit so out-
and Wife are
Socialist Novelist and Party of
Ladies Sought to Make At
tack on John D. Rockfeller
in New York Office.
liy trf-awd n ir to I'vei.leg Herald.)
New York, April 2 -I'pton Kin-
cluir, lila wifu pnd iline women wera
arrcKted today after u deuumiitratlon
In front of the oilW of John D.
rtockefeller, Jr., In the Stundard Oil
A woman who aunl he v. an a So-
riahat in tided the outer olllcea of Mr.
Itoi kefeller and anuitbt nn InterA IeK
with him In referen.e i. the nml
miner' tr'He In Colorado Mr. Itock
efeller'a wecretary t"ld her ha wag
buy at conference.
The woman carried an American
flag into the oidce nod ilem rllied her-
i'lf hn Mr. Ilelle N .ili rman. She
wit Joined on the aidewiil'x by t'pli.n
Sinclair, who wore u lot of t repe on
hia arm In purauame of 11 plan iin-
nounced ut n Soilalil ma. meeting
liiRt night where It kh agreed that
mourner" hould gather in front of
Ihe Standard nil building 11 h u proteNt
uitainiat the a I if b'e of live in Colo-
rudo. Mr. ZlUerin..n und Sinclair
wcer the first to arrive on the acetic.
fielder over night. Whether he
would be a lucky or in. I. no one can
At 11 aliens, it would nut eem like
ly that Muck ehould have to cull on I
Kopf, but It I lmM1llil to te how
loug Cube will be III. und It la true
thiil Strutik la ratio r u fragile
pluyer. He hu a.if 1 11 oil more from
Injurie than any other of Murk'a
Ipnorance ef the law-
man," uid the ready-made plul
oanpher. 'No," replied Mr. 'Irnw.'her: "but
after a man hu been liKiirliiK hi .n-
iiiie tux for a while In- ought to oe
able to do a little aoim thing with an
Albuquerque Gas, Electric
Lig'ht and Power Company
Flames and Gas
Slop Work of
Absolutely No Hope For Sav
ing Army of Two Hundred
Men Entombed in West Vir
(It leil Wire 10 Evening Herald I
Kcclea, W. Va.. April 2. Klglit
hodleg have been recovered from
ahaft No. 8 of the New Itlver Col
lierlea rompuny. which, with h. ll
No. Ti, M.i wicked by an eXp'oKlon
eteidny. Klxly-aevrn men were ta
kn out alive. There are no more men
In number 8. One hundred and ev-entv-elght
ate burled In numbers,
and officer of the company rx
preNcd the opinion thla morning
that none would ewnpe. A reacua
puny vva dropped down haft num
ber rive und got within 129 feet of
the bottom There the uiaug oT
Ihe cage wu atopped by broken lim
ber und a heavy full of e.iriu Work
va commenced clearing uvx.i lha
ihbrl und It va tho'iKht hot
Ii.iii could he reached thin aflirrio.iii.
No k.ih hu detected on thw level.
Mr. nn. I Mr. J. A. Ilubb. Mr
('. K. IIoiIhiii mid I'rof. Ininnc of
Ihe unlvelKllv, Inotnred to S.lntll V
loday. They il return limne lo
tilght. nur Jeuelry depurinienl will glvo
lioni-Ht uilvlce a to what ahould bo
cone with Jewelry that need ra
luirinu I'otiHiilt hlm. mid if It cun
be f:xed. Ik- will fix it. and hia work
will not 11. hi more than work of an
lii('i,.r kind. KoHenwald'a.
Judge Herbert F. liuyiiodl. who
hu been holding court in Sunlit Fa
alnce Mi.nduv, I expected to return
home tonlitht. He will alt In the dia
trlct court lute tomorrow.
The eighth grade examination
will be held May X und . County
ue no'''1""' Supermtemlcnt Atunulo Mon-
tna announce,! iodu-. The county
llihlilnte will be held June IK.
Judgment In Ihe enw of M. 8eve
diu, charged with falling lo keep
the record of 11 brand of cow killed
by him at hia butcher ahop In San
Joe und with Belling meat for wli'ch
Your housework. Dust storms such as we experience
ed last week always mean a general cleaning on the
following day. This is easily and quickly done with
a vacuum cleaner at a very trifling expense for elec
tticity and with less inconvenience. Have you In
vestigated our easy payment plan?
Each vacuum cleaner is supplied witk a complete
set of appliances for cleaning lace curtains, books,
upholstered furniture, etc. A vacuum cleaner not
only removes surface dirt, but also all of the dust
that has worked down into the grain of the rugi or
With this modern convenience you no longer have to
go throagh the terrors of the annual spring house
We are offering you a cleaner that with ordinary
care should last a lifetime: The very best vacuum
cleaner obtainable today at a cost that every family
Phone Us Now for a Demonstration.
he lould not how a bill nf aale, waa
lake,, mult r nIMement until to
morrow by Juatice of the Peaea
Ctaig toda, after g bearing at hts
POWELL DRUG GO.
In Order to Keep in the Lead:
in the Manufacture of Fine
Candies in Albuquerque En
terprising Druggist Imports
In order that he may Keep In the
bud in furnmhlng Ihe people of Al
buiiioriUe mid Miclnily the flneat
1 uiuiUM thut are to be procureil
her,-, Mr. 1'owcll, of Ihe I'.iwell I'rug
Co . ban 1 11 red the beat candy man
in be had. Hi new cundv man wit
bnnight here fr.-in Salt I like City an.,
hu JuMiried nil that an expected of
hlm. The l'owi-11 lirug Co. have
been the le it c ra In Ihe candy bul-tit-ti
In Albuiueriiie for year. hu'
ing earned their preatige by atudy
uig cHrefully llo- candy nianiil.o lur
ing buxlne and catering to the
l.tHtta of A lbuiuercite people. The
new candy mini at the Powell fue
I .ry ha hail experience with the big.
yet firm lo Ihe country. He la
1 Imr "iikhlv up-to-date In h' melh
t'd and la turning out 11 moat ex
1 elleut iiinllty of candiea.
Thl will furninh unuRual oppor
iiiuiile for aecuring fine candiea at
extrnordlnury low price
The public la aked to wntch the
I'owell lirug Co ahow window for a
new Hue of chocobitea. Theae arc
mre to prove a winner.
The Powell lrug Co.'a Ice crenm
biiMlneHe U f InuriHhing, the public
appreciating the firm' miperinr ml
vuntaue tn manf uacttirltig re rrenm
ami iiioiildinH It Into forma tn ault
any occalon Mr. Powell atudle hi
patron' tnxtc an I alwu Ft rive to
r. 1 A K E R
Till I a iti'ld I nn ni'lini ion.
V'.ht ,.v.-. rn.ii.ti.-'it" your f'-.l
th' rniikliiy and lel.e i.li" of Cli.uo
berlani VrMi'I J 11 -t nfter aupper
ar.d It in. iv . uviiiiled. I or K.ihi ly
ull ill iikk '.
( llnuitb t i'iiMirlin.
"I tinilei vinriil Hi.- M.iiiiiuir hivi,
made up tto Ir b.ioei'.- iii..rn H .iml
ate nn ja-akm liinin"
Ye"." n III. d M imh I 'avenue : "ibeir
rei'iuo lllatlMti remind trie of a 1 h
In 1 wein two frcere, ahull ..lilv
make matt, ra wormi ."
I icii week f-.r ttrtlilrtr yci4
' --iirtlii I .If,-. ' 1 he. ir I till!' It-,i
hail I'm., r. Int. pi.iiiulo .1 nl Hie
lilit"rt.tiit 1 vili( tnnt Mltte t.i
1 n 1 1 1. .rill. nil :'c M.Hit;it b .r
n .iii.li. rtv.
.srRlli; 1.11 r.
:t;i inil.. iiiiU'. I baa.. In.
M OKI S Imt oir the wlro.
llll I I M il I'Mtl (lit
J. L. GOBER
llMi-oil ,nmU a SMlalty.
I'Iioim- tii, P. . Ili :iil.
llahet H'tin.r Again. J
a 11 i:i 1 nwiUMiv 2
Won perlt it s .-i.fi. In ihe Ft. J
Wayne K.'-miln Ciiduiaic e J
t'ltii'.nl Apul I tut It.
om:son i x T r. H I
LUMBER & BUII.DETLS
H I P P I, IKS 1
MHibab uoil IU-tnll i
Albuquerque Lumber Co. X
423 NortU tlret btrrot t
TIIK Wl! i: COOK
likes lo make good p.-iHirv. I- ause It
la popular with both young and old.
nur cook are more than wle they
are cnreful. They Kludy the dlge
llotis of iienplc. thj i why one never
hu dyapepelit ufd-r purtnkltig of our
pies or pastry. Theto in u relNh to
Un til that ullnws of eating mure than
inn can in the oniiniry kind of pis.
oir fumy cakes nr.- alim limn pulal
alile. pleaeilig. Ulnl a I'l-etllllg.
07 skuiiX nrat K.
Chicago Mill & Lumber Co.
General Planing Mill
3rd and Marquette Phone 8
ELECTRICAL COMPANY I
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AMI I M.1MHIS
807 I n-t cciural Avn.
Everything Electrical j
Motor Hi'pi irH nod l- e-ctrti al 4
Wiring lvde iii-il, 4
f.i-t our pini-a 011 Westing-
In tunc .Mndit luiiin.
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