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TIIE EVENING IIERALD, ALBUQUXRaUE, H. M MONDAY, JULY 20. 1914.
I
I Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
AGENTS FOR
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Fumyi
i 318 West Central Arenne
-
BOOKBINDERS
RULING, SPECIAL FOPMS OF ALL KINDS.
ALBRIGHT &
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
EAT
MATTHEW'S VELVET
ICE CREAM
rhone 420
C. T. FRENCH
KM II i. Hiiticroit
I- Mitli.Mr K.
Mily AMaiil.
Ilfth ami erntral.
Phona IMy ami Mg'u, MO.
Expert Hair Work.
Cornhiov mud Into wlt rca,
traimformatloii. puff, curl.
el1'.: ttihe dyed.
MIC M. I'FIIKN
Ma His-Ho Simp.
Phone 111. lit H. 4lh fit.
Special
100 SPUTUM CUP FILL
ERS FOR 65c
WILLIAMS DRUG GO,
307 Wet Central
rhone 789
GOAL AND WOOD
Best Mountain Wood
GALLUP COAL
in any quantity
TROTTER Phone 912
WclldriHinjr, Vel!driin j
and Irrigation Plants i
UIMiMIIIS. TVH. ITMI" AMI
1(1 ,1'AI 111
(ti-ni for Wi-Ik-t i;a l.nttliM'
I. I ol.KI(.. IIS V. (i.piM-r r.
Itl-N. .llO III' l.'lHW. Ilirill plMHH I III
DUKE CITY CLEANERS j
U ili-an liaiH. nii-n' ami
ni'll' i-pillihiK, riiKH. rurlalua,
lrnM,rli. il: lt-0 il (.olil.
riionu no.
PromptnehS Our Motto
Last Week
Our SALE closes on SATURAY NIGHT of this week.
It's time to zet that Suit or Shirt now. SUITS 25
PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR BOTH BOYS AND
MEN
Wilson Brolhvrs Shirts
80c
Earl & Wilson Fine Shirts
$1.20
IT'S UP TO YOU IF YOU WISH TO SAVE MONEY
E 21. HHuiljhuru (Un. J
PHONE 311
ANDERSON
OUR JULY
DISCOUNT
SALE
CONTINUES
20 to 50 per cent reduc
tion on Diamonds, Jewel
ry, Watches, Silverware,
etc.
See our windows for
prices
Out of town Customers
Write
Art' of mlii,. i.nlv In .roiorllon In
llii- nlilllly mill nUII of in,. rf raillnn
IM Him fllH I In-ill.
Tln-y iniiKt lp iixu.ilv ihp rlKlit fclnil
of cl"t"ii for your i-yi-a.
Il In Hi.. Skllliil S-rliv of thr It
Inn tioiiiBi i.iUifr Hi in tin- Dirm inir
i ll ii i .1 iht n-l'ti ni-nleil lv a pair o
k'l.uH i wli. h la viiliiiililv in y i
Vi N.;iri' no piitiiH. nrul ixtrrmr . ur
iiimoHi iiklll to i hi l ry pair
Kl.ihKi c til In cxui'll) tlulii,
C. H. CARNES
oi"Tomi:timst
III Wt-ni (iniral. I'tunif 4.-.J
OpMmll ll'Hi-1 ( iniilw
f CrOllOtt
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EMBALMER.
in i:st M i
I'Iiihhi I lay or nluhl, 671.
IIKWATCM MAKERS & JEWEltRS
f Q7 W CENTRAL AVCrf
Your Eyeglasses
CRYSTAL TODAY
Uvi nml lii-t iiiiliinil
'lliiatcr In llr City.
Hint Program nf I riix-il nv.
Iiirr lminl-
Tin: i xkiim.'
i w.i iiiii ai.m f. .ovo:
Ir-nlun.
Two Mnilni-r Fvrry IHiy at
2 :ii nml 3 la-d Mmw ai Mglil
llcltlm. al :!.(. 'Kirtr Nut 1
l.oo (."
l iviM'iM i: oiu hi:th
( liming rt Tlitirxlav
" HoM ( K or TIIK
I'l I ItMl
A llliwrnpli Taken In Ha l:itllrMy
al I Jilt una. V M. Many I Snide
Wn Hnowi
hi TliK
Wi ll Known In I'll li t II r AHM-nr
SPRINGER
FOR
SAND AND GRAVEL
The Weather
FollRCAST: Tonight nml Tue
liiy generally fair except cloudy
nml poKby local thunder how
III In tin) northweat portion ! i'"e
Htllti'.
Al.lH'yl'Eiiyl K WF.ATHKH
for the lit hours enucd at o'clock
Ihia morning:
Maximum KO.
M. nun ii m 6 it.
rtatiK 20.
Al X o'clock 7.
Cloudy.
Kiilrifill. .32 Inch.
THINGS TO WOICUY AHOIT
lloHlon'a export In 1913 wi-rn
vnlued nl (?i.!1.1.4Hl.
i hi k In ml, Cal, Ik lo hate a niw
Ih.aiiT In ii. i i:k.h. ikiii.
(Irrnt flrltnln i-ntnlillnhoil a rrc.
or. I con I roilurilon IiikI yrnr of
37.4 1 1. 9 lorn.
ABOUT PEOPLE
YOU KNOW
4 TO MUHrtl.MBEHa
If you tail Ui sal ur avaolBt 9
4 papar, call
POBTAL TELEQRAPII
4 COM Pi NT. PilONB If.
Fo-' rnnilv nlorr m.i.e anil nnp
Imtiv li-r- rrrnin. plnfiipple r.lnrlwl-Alli.riu-v
F. (. liiikrr of Fort Sum
ner a in I lie city for a ill.
II. W. Hill of silver CHy w a vla
tlor In AlliuiiupriniH yeatiTil ty.
Mlwi Knrnh Mahor nf Hi-In i an
Allni.Uir.Ui. vlhllor yraterd.iy.
Frail .Mlllir of llnnwrll 1 n vlall.ir
In All'iiiUiirue for n H-w l.iv.
" T. J. Hrully, ni riil aiun ki-i'i.rr of
th Saiiln Fr, la in lh" i-lty toil.iy.
Jinlgp F. II. Ailuma hna ri-lurm-rt
from a liualnt-aa trip in Hnllirnnk, Ar
lonn. Simon Ni-aatadt, pimlmiiKH i u( ln
I.niiiiH. a a Hiiml iy vinitnr In AH.h-iu-riUo.
M. W. Mllla. n 1 known alork
man of H.r!nKiT, la In AIIuiiii'riUi on
tnminr-a.
Cfuia F Wllaon. thu wi ll km.wn In-
Miiranrp nilJiiHlcr of Inrr, ih In thr
rlly (oil. iv.
John ). lluahra oT Krli-n npinl
Sunday In AlliiiiUi-riU a nuni at thi-
Cumlia hotfl.
K. F.lchwal.-i, mrri'hnnt nnd ahprp
grower of Cuba. Kumlovnl i-ounly,
in Iht illy on liUHlnrna.
Mr. nml Mr. V. I. Harrington "f
Huwanrr, N. M . are vinitora ill Altiu
iUir.iie for a frw dnya.
Thp W. ('. T. 1'. mwtlnit annoiinr
r.l for Turailay afirnmin ha bi-fn
poMtponcil until July IMh.
Willlnm MrClurken hn rpiurned
from FlaanliirT hrrr hr haa In n via
llinw hla aimer Mra. Joai-pli Jolly.
Vardmaatpr J. M. rnrin-ritfr of the
Kama F him rptnrni'il from Denvrr
whi.ra ha nttindid the hig Klka' run-
vrnilnn.
Mi F. Xiraupi-nliri k li ft luHt nlahi
fur New York Clly on n vin-iiton. Klia
will alan init In t'hlrano und Ix-nvrr
l.ifori' rrturnlng.
Hoy Kirkpntrifk of the Kvanlng
II. raid nurT reiurnad laal nlKht from
a nii.nih'n vacation In I.oa AnK-lr
uild at I ha hrarhi-a.
J. II. M.irihy nf lanvr. una of lha
Vali-rnn live atnrk man of the aoii'h
wiiil. la in tha rity looklnn over "'
prokia. la for fall hualnaaa.
Jami-a A. Illulnay of tha I Herniate
('aually and (luaraniy (nmtumy haa
returned from a trip to Henver whera
ha iitlendad tha Klka" rotnanllon
Mra. John Wood who hua l.een here
for tha pnat tao mnntha vimting her
. ) H. J. Wood, who l pni.oid In
Ilia Hatitj Fc holler "hnpa. tie part ad
BILL'S SHOP
ri.F.AXi:ni4 axi nti:wFU
hkm voi'it iitiifs to
i h ami in-'. KTiKni:i
a is a. tud. m. itMMt ih.
OTMHT GHJUIGE TO,
Airdomc
300 North Second Street
Licensed Motion Pidaret
11ml Klmw at II n't liM-k
Ml ktunv liiM al t:l.1.
SHOW hl Oil MIIF,
All lm Tp-i Air There I.
Coming Tuesday ami Wnlnindtiy,
July SH nil 2iinl. a nrli film
' SfMMlnl I'l-aiiirc In live Itwla,
"I'limi:."
Miow at 11:1.1 ami :.
No IUIhp In Vrirc.
IMS
Tale a
KODAK
with you
The Kodak has become the in
separable companion of almost
every traveller or vacationist,
it's half the pleasure.
No matter what you want in
the Kodak line, we have it.
Let us prove that our finish
ine department is prompt and
careful our prices moderate.
Kodaks- $6 and up
Brownier $1 to $12
STRONG'S BOOK
STORE
Money Back if You Want It
i.n train No ll 'or her home In Can
adian, Tea, today.
Capl. Fred ltunae.1 of the fire ile-
I lirlni. nt. Ih bark on duty after a
nil diiyH' lllnea. Ha in fully riov
ered.
J. P. lire. Mian, rlerk In the yard
maau-r' oltl. e and llagvage M.ia.er
Tony Mon III will leave tht afternoon
for tin outlnu of two eek a! Jeme
Siiring.
Ktiaene Kemi'itilch of Pt-rulta left
for hla home thi morning after a
Malt here and In Kanln Fe where he
hud hunineai before tha atala eiinll
i.illon lioard.
W. H lirevooti ol r.iria, heud of
thn mining ...iiiwiny now doing e-
teiiHive devi lo.inent w ork In mine In
the Corhlti dlBtrict I apenillng a few
daVN in the ill v.
Mra. !e write Selnver of Ijia Vega
ha l.een virili-ig her aiter-ln-law
Mr. S. II f.ien for e-eral daya,
aiopplng here on the way home from
a California ijl.
A regular review nf Alamo Hive
No. 1. I., o. T M . w ill he held at 1 30
tomorrow nfternnon In I. O. . K.
hall. KefreKlitnenta will lie aerved.
Minnie Ce.for.l. kaear.
Ariordtng lo a Clayton newapaper
lluth J. CollinH, former city atn.r-n.-v
here Him xtriiken with pnralyi
while In I'oiitt laat week and la In a
aerioti condition, although axpactad
to recover.
Amoig ihi.w who attended the Flk
contention at Denver laat week were
Jinifi Carpenter, yardmaater nf the
Santa Fe: Tti.bert Hutta, "Shorlv
Aker. Frank llubhell, Herbert Mc
N.i intra. Mi nnd Mra. Ike Sliiit.-r.
Jume A. Itl.ilney and M. F. Hirkey.
Tha laltir n delegate from Albu
iiier.iie loilue Soma of tha brethren
haven't returned yet.
MORTUARY
Mr. N4 F- lUndy.
Mr. Lola K. Handy, IH yenr old,
died yeiteid.iy afternoon at her
..I'liiitni-nin ..n North Second at reel,
.'lie came Inra ten daya from
I'.irl. III., a. i ..inf.anled by her hu
bund. Chnrb ). Handy, and children.
Mr. Handy I a mall rlerk. The body
wn ahipned thi afternoon on ftanta
Fa train No. 5 by C. T. French, un
dertaker, to I'.irl for burial.
C, A. limine,
f. A. Hoone died yeaterday morn
ing at hi iipnrtmenla In the high
land from tuberruloai. He arrived
hare Saturday night from FlagaliifT,
Arl. He wa a member of the I. O.
o. F. and the Brotherhood of It n II
wbt Trainmen of Wuhah. Ind. The
noily I held at f. T. French under
taking room raiding notlratlon aa
to funeral arrangementa from relu-
Uvea.
H. IV Mnora. Atlorrier. Oomwall
Bld.. It Ib4 Ht. fbuM ItS.
mm
STOCK UP THE
"TOWII ZOO"
Mr. Ersin Off en Wild Cats a
Fox, a Badger and Other
Attractions, But What Does
He Meant
City Plerk Thomna Hiiahaa found
lha fn Ililn riiinmiinlintion In hm
mail Ihia morning:
F.I l'n an. Taxaa, July t, 1914.
Clly of AlhuiUprrue,
AHuiiieriua, New Mar.
(lantlenun:
Thinking thnl you mlBht ha in tha
market for m.-ne wild animala for
ymir park or gnu, I am offering yn I
thn followlnff nnlmnla for lir.o,
f n. h Kl Faan:
One panther, oni linn, two wild.
rata, two rnnna. una lindxer. two red
lUlrrela, nna "liver fog, una rivet rnl, '
ona Amerlran angle, una rnndor. una I
ei.ynla. fla bnhy lohn wnlvaa, flva al-'
ligatora. three to flva feet long. I
Thla la n eomplata nienHgarla. lie-
llvary now. Can you ue themT 1
Toiira very truly. I
If. A. F.USI, lid Hinnlon St. i
It la rla.n enough what Mr. Fmin I
meana whan ha refer to "your park," I
hut It la not quite ao plain aa to what
ha manna hy loo. Tha park la. of
roiiine. lha (40 arre nhlrh ihp i-luha ,
nml fraternal nrganlxAtinna hourhl
for tha illy while tha rouncilmen ,
wara Buffering from iaralaia of their
finunrlal aeuman. Hut too? la It
puanlhla, on wondera, that Mr. Fr- '
aln, rending aroounta of municipal
doinsa from titna to time, haa Rotten
an Idea that Aliii.iieritie nee. I a a gun.
It la miKgenti .1 that Mr. F.rwln haa
been talking with aome nf tha hoa
In lha aerond ward lllghlnnda. M.iyba
ha feela thttt a fox. and a couple of
wild rata, and ft rivet rat would feel
right at home In tha rity administra
tion. '
One, reviewing paat rounril tea-
iiloiid, gather an l:niraalon thnl
there la a badger already In aervlia
rarefully tended by Mayor Hoatrlght.
in p. are of hla goat, whl h waa ;..krn
from him early In tha adminialratlon.
Hut there doean't ai-em to ha much
I'hnnre of a mile for Mr. Fraln. All.u
iueriia hna no money, and henlde.
the town haa nil It run do to take
tare of it preaent civic mnnagcrle.
ECONOMIST ICE CREAM
PARTY DRAWS BIO
CROWD OF SHOPPERS
Seymmir I.ewinann of the Fcnno
mlt pulled off n brand new at unt In
All.u.Uer.iie today when tie gave an
nil-day Ire cream paitv to the ladle
of Alliuiier.iie It wm free lea
. ream and It vv.ln good lea cream un.l
tha ladie enjoyed It. Sixteen hun
dred full meaaure dlnhea were pro
tided and it looked thla alternoon na
If a frenh aupply would be lie. eaary
l.id.re i loalnx time.
Table were laid In the aerond
floor front of the KconomlHt build
ing, with tha Central avenue wln
dotta oen and big e lei trie full
working, and with fnt aervtce the
puny n a moat attrmtive one.
K J l.u.ey, rerenttv of Oaklanil.
I'lilifornlii. who ha ii.ine to Albu-
UpriUP In tnkn charge of the Ire
renin department or tha OrlniHliaw
ronfectionery eKtnblinhment. ha.l
charge of the refrenhment and aerv
Ing. being in pervonnl attendance
during tha day.
SANTA FE ELKS FAILED
TO COME; FEARED RAIN
It waa too rainy-looking for th
trip, tha Santa Fa Klka told Man
ager lleorge llrnham of the local
Klka' team, when the latter called
up the Capital City yenlerday to aea
why the Ancient City Hill hadn't ap
peared. All preparation bad been
made for the receidioii and Rime to
mark the coming of the Santa Fa
Klka. but It wa learned that they
weren't coming In time t( get word
about and prevent tha gathering of
a diaappolnted crowd at Hopewell
park.
No arrangement have been made
for another data for Santa Fe viait
EN0INEMEN WILL
STATE CASE TO 1
BUSINESS MEN i
A committee of the local chapter
of the railway rnglnemen' orgunUa
tiona, beginning today, will call on
the bualneaa men of AlhuiierUe for
the pur pone of explaining them
fully the poaitioii of the employe In
the pending wage controversy with
the Weatem railroad. The general
ofilrer of the eiiginemen'p nrgunixa- '
tlotia have prepared can fill atate
ment of the damanda nf tha em
ploye, and the reaaona for them, of
which 2u0 coiile were received here
thia tnornlna. TheM. will ha ilia- '
tributed among lha buainvaa men by
the local committee.
The Strumiult Waltx, the rompo-,
aitlon of clever 11-yeur-old Miaa i
Mlrumqtil! of Albuiuernie, la pn.v-(
Ing a local mualral hit. Prof. 1I
Mauro played It during the dinner,
hour al the Alvaradn Sunday evening
and It will be played at the Frater
nal lirotherhood dunce In odd ret
ina ' hall tonight. The inualr la on
aale nt all muair atore.
The re hear Ha I of "Golden Hair am)
the Three I'rarla" will be .job! to-.
! morrow morning at 10 o'c lock in I
the Flrat ward . bool bulldms. I
The government nf Havarla I uelng,
motion picture lecture to try to In-
creaae the ronaumptlon of native era
and lake nh.
Why worry when a Herald want!
ad will do It
We must move evey piece of yard goods
we have in our store
It Means a Great
Saving to You
Come in and see what we have, and get
our prices. We'll do the rest
A large portion of our NEW FALL SHOES
are in, and ready far inspection. THEY
ARE ALL BEAUTIES. They will ALL
be in soon, then we'll tell you all about
them. Come in, take a look. It's a pleas
ure for us to show you the kind of shoes
we sell.
THE MODEL Co.
A. D. CAMPBELL, Sales Manager.
Only a Few
Days
Remain for you to take advan
tage of our
Green Tag Sale
1) Don't delay,
?and
20
mm sira
Incorporated
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
RECORDED LAST WEEK
Walter M. Connell and w ife to John
W. Wllaon Lola 12, 11, Hunlng
place, tl.
I lor a Adam and huabnnd to K Tl
OoebrinK Piece land In La Votia del
Mont Pit 2, II.
Katharine Hick to M. I. Kawtelh
I.nt 2J. 24, block 12, X. M. T. Co.,
II.
Jncolio O a re la and wife to Nrvnma
Carcln Piece laud In Candclarlna.
137.
Eugenlo Chave at nl lo Iielflna
("have piece land lit K. lie Albu
lurrqua, II.
Ambrimlo Chnvel, et a to aame
Piece land In It. de Al'niiur.ue. tl.
Ah In (I. Jordan and wife to Joae
Phina Ravany Iil I, 4, block 4,
Haca addition, 1 10.
N. W. Alger to Mary K. Alger
I'ndlvldeil 'y Inlerext in piece land In
precinct 22, II.
W. K. Iinvenport and wlfa to W.
Van ter Slula Piece land In Har
eb.a. II.
Xeatur Monti. ya, ape. lal mauler In
U3
but get in on it,
save:
to 40
Toiililo C.arcla Two Iota In San lit
nuclo, I1SI.2S.
Sain A. Palm and wire lo Henry
Yanow Piece land In A liimeda, 1 1 0.
Joaeph K. oltl and wife lo Clin. Mc.
Catilay Un 1, block 24, II. H. addi
tion, II.
It. O. Archuleta, at al to Miry
Sleyena Piece land In precinct 1:,. $.
She ii a Wise Woman
Who rerngnlzea In the tell-lrtle
(Vmplnma u h al backiirhe, hend
ache. dragging eeneatlnn, nertoii
net. nnd Irritability the true riiuia
and rellea on l.ydia K. Piukhum'
Vrgetnhlii Compound to real ..re her t.i
a healthy normal condition. For
forty year thla root and herb rc.n
eily ha been pre-eminently auci-eaeful
In ei.ntrolling the ileae of women.
Merit alone could hate atood auch a
laat of time.
Phnaa I, Red Barn. Ill W. Oopper,
for flrat-rlaaa hark and carrlagea.
W. U Trlinbla at Co.
A lf'nt Hernia Waal Ad will
gat what you want.

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