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THE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. H. M.. MONDAY. AUGUST 24. 1914.
Standing of the Clubs
Won. l,ot. Y.I.
Nr-w York 59 41 .sn
Bnalnn ,44 .r.i 1
hi i,oui tt n.i . r, t n
4'Iiiihk ...m 53 .1:3
I'liininiiKti ...ro m ,43
riniHiifitiiiiit uo hn .4ci
Cincinnati It DO ,4.i
llrunkln 4 tit ,450
W.-n. land. Pel.
Philadelphia 74 J7 ,C7
Hoelon , 49 ,0J
Wimhington 0 SI . r. 4 I
Detroit 1,7 .4
SI. la. ill .'.4 57 ,4
Chicago ui IM .471
New York a I Hi .411
Cleveland it ttU .31
Won. LhihI. I'l l.
p'hluiKo , .- bl .t.4:i
Hnliimore f.H & .527
Huffaln U 03 .Ml
Hrookly :4 J
Kansas I'ily t.J . .1(1
HI. I.oiila hi l .4.".:
PltlebUIBh 17 2 .431
Cincinnati, 3; New York. ;
hi. l.nul, 7: Urooklyli, 3.
Kaiisa I'ily. I I. I 1 1 1 r.i i r k ti . i.
Kt. Iiiiia, 4. Itullituore, 3.
lioKlon at Chicago.
IHnoklyn at I'lin Innatl.
New Ynra at St. l.oula
.Philadelphia tit Pitiehuigh.
flncauo at Xr Yoik.
('( l-oiu at Philadelphia.
Detroit at nahlngtnn.
Cleveland at ll.uilon.
No game acheduted.
In view of the war F.uropeau gov
ernment ale willll'gl Un ivUi'
tna rerruila without H len-dy i laiiee
Hliira can iMvr a five-year contract
for Hi asking
it" get youTJ
Have you walked Into
ilothing atoie. upending 1Z
or J in i n tit ra trying to II ml
what you wanted Mot (lull
ing a particular ault, Ii'lt aa
though you were taking ul
Ion tnuih lime, and hate lhi
(fling In gin to worry you?
Tin lecting won't "gel
you" when you am In our
Mora. Take m much tuna aa
you need, and do It, feeling
lh.it you ar welcome.
You will always tlnd our
ucamen ready to aaaiid you
covirieou.ly, and they'll glad
ly go out of their way In
pleaae you. tiur I ma uf
"othiiatt all-wool auiig la
large and complete real
value prli e'd flu in .JO. It
will tin a pleasure (or you lu,
examine the t lot Ilea.
The Live Clothier
WILL ASK GQUOT TQ
Police Say There is Five Yean
Hanging Over Man Who
Forced Hii Way Into House
and Attacked Woman.
Aa a rcault of hi alleged forcible
entry Into the rcaldcnco of Ike Gra
ham, 714 North Fourth at i oil, Hut
urriny night, Mariano Haca face five
yeara In the penitentiary, according
to I ho police,
Hucn. the police any, la under aui
pended lenience of five yoare, and
Judge ilayiiolda of tho it lull Id court,
who hung the aenfence over him,
will he asked lu order the iennlly en
forced. Ilaca waa committed to the county
iail tli In morning liy Juatlce of the
Teacy Meridian, under n complaint
charging what la equivalent to burg
lary. The teatlmony again! him
waa to the effect that Mm. tlrahnm.
iilone In her home Haturd.iy night,
heard a noiee. Investigation die
cloned Ilaca, II wua mild, forcing hln
way Inlo the houac through a ho!e
he linil lorn In a a rren door. Mil
liriiham tried to ehun the wooden
door to. It m aald. hut Itaca waa
too quick and leaped Into the house.
Mm. t.raham rloaed with him, trying
(or hel .
H;ita alruggled for a few nilnutea.
It waa aald, hut (in. illy attempted to
flee. At Dint Juncture Warren tira
ham. Mm ilrahqm'a lirother-ln-law.
of 7 North Kotir'h atteet, came
running up. He wltnl uml aulidiierl
Ilaca and took hi in In the elation
Ijml lull, according to police rec
ord, Mm a (topped a man and wife
on a ft i ret n the Highlnnda, forced
the hiifthand to leave at the point of
a knlle and took the woman lo a
hrd For I hat crime he w ua aen
lenced lo five year in the peniten
tiary, lull JihIkc Itaynolda auapended
mnlenia liecHiiee of repreaenlatlona
made regarding Ihe prlnoner'a pre
x Ion good liehatlor. It la that Ben-
1,-nce which the police will nr to
SETS RIM BACK
After Hadiey Withdrew
Charge Against Burrus,
Chief McMillin Swore Out
Complaint Against Both of
K oti were a lnrge-he.irieil, gen
erooH i illneli. who loved your neigh
hor iilnoint aa much aa yoiiraell, and
you iniigniinimouHiy reluai'd to piean
a charge Mgfiinnt u man who i hated
you up an uiley and Juliinil n knife
In you, and a coldly nlllclal chief of
police awore out a complaint auairiel
you and an equally una) inpalhetH
Judge fined you (ilteen lilicka
Wouldn't it make you Weary?
Auk ecnr lladley.
Iladley and I! K. fturru. a tatlle
miui (mm Torrance touniy. got In a
(ight Haturd.iy night, and liurrua cut
the lorniel with a poi ketknile and
chuaed him up an alley ulf Sim on d
Yeaterday lladley died complaint
agalnvl Hurrua helore Julce of the
I'eace W. W. Mct'lellan. charging aa
aault with Intent lo kill. When liur
rua waa airalgned he Tore tne Juatlce
today lladley refuaed to pl.mecute
lie Haul he and Hurrua were old
nelghliora and friemle, and he for
gave him freely. lie withdrew the
Whereupon Chief McMilltn, who
hat a few Plena regarding the dia
couragement of el reel (ighla. awore
out a complaint agalnat both lladley
and Hurrua, charging tneni with
fighting and dinlui lin g tho peace.
And Juatlce Mct'lellan lined llad
ley II.',, whbh waa no more and no
lr than what he fined Hurrua.
Which the aame they both paid,
withdrew aa a pleaaant a' uvrlilr "l
withdrew aaa pltaaant aouveuir of
SAYS GOOD BYE
TO HIS FLOCK
Itev. II l. William, pa.. tor of the
Hold and l.rnadway iliuich. will
leete tonight for the ioae to Join
hia family, preparatory . going to
Spokane. Waah., where he I lo he
come profraaor in the liilile col
lege al that place. Laat myht at hi
faiewell aervb e a laige congregation
waa inent to bid him good bye. At
the clone of the aervice he waa pre
aented with a handaonie gold ring by
('. (I. t arty, on behalf uf the Car
pentera' union, the gift epreinl
the appreciation of Albuquerque
union nu n of Ihe frlendlliieaa nhoan
by Mr. Wltliama toward uniona.
rin behalf uf the congregation
Mr. N. J. Struiiuiuit presented Mr
William with a Navajo lug.
BUST FROM HIS
T. Kmry Knpia, the aculidor who
haa been living In an Indian hut with'
I Ihe Hopia on Kit at Mean, In order ,0
make llrat-hand atudie of the red
liicu nti gpertuiaaf, Willi pottery
SHEEP WILL BE
State Fair Attracting Wide
Attention Frontier Dayi
Foster Make a Big Hit
l:hllill of (heep from i,a far away
aa Wyoming and Idaho will lie alio" n
at the atate fair Dclolier h-l'l. Sec
retary Tom Hlukert got a letter to
day from Knollin A Kincli, of Soda
Hpringa, Idaho, announcing their in
tent ion of filtering Hhrnpihlre and
oxford abee, and K. S. King Kroa
of ljiramie. Wyo , had alirady artil
word that they would have, aheep al
Secretary Hinktrt Inn rent vivid
and atrlklng poatera aderiiing the
fair to all corner of the Mat. The
frontier day' aporla, whiih will be
the chief apectacular fvalure of the
allow, i.re "played up" in the poll
era, t opic of the lionlnr day pi -turea
lire hung In the fair uanociation
ol Hi e window on South Third vireet,
and Secretary Hlnkett aaa he never
aaw (air "paper" attruct ao much at
tention. If the amount of uttention drawn
here I any indication, the fmnti. r
day port em will prove the mot po
tent adveilialng of their kind that a
mate fair here ha ever put tnl. And
that I aa It ahuuld be, hocuuae the
cowboy aporla and game are expect
ed lo prove the mor! popular pro
grain that a atate lair haa ever put
on. Nothing will be (pared to mako
the apotta a pictuieaiue and aatia
fylng a a aimilar programa at I'hey
enne and other point (.imoua (or
Wild Wea entertainment.
LESS 'REFORM' AIJD
Residents of North Sixth In
dignant at Condition Which
Results in Women Being
Thrown from Buggy.
Ileeident of North Hixth at reel
have been mnde Indlgnunt by the
condition of the roadway, which biat
night reunited In an accident t Mm
H. A. M. Willaon of m;, Noith Sixth
iMiect, her mother-In law, Mr. John
AYIIkioti. of I'hlJiolelpliia. uud her
nephew, t'heelie Jai kaon. The thiee
were thrown into the mud when the
home attached to the bugy In which
they were riding ..tumbled III a hole
Twice lull, re the borne had atumbled
In hoea in Ihe road
Mr. Willaon aaul Ihut the condition
of the alreet waa a ilu-wriue t,i the
cit. parti, nlarlv tietween Kirnt lleet
and Slate avenue. Several tlmea re
,ueNte have hei'ti m.nie lo i ity old
ciula to repair the roadway, and laat
week Mr. Willnon made (Hong pro
tein HKallo-t the coihIiIioii in which
the road had leen allowed in full
III Himwer to that. Mr. vYillaon aald.
aoine dirt waa dumped lu Irotit o(
If the ilty government dlveited
a little of lla inleiiae inlereat in the
edllght dinlrli i lo the t omtit Ion ot
the atieila." Mr. Vn aald laat
night. ' laxpayeia might ret amue
benefit flolll the money taken (roll)
4 ItVIMi I OK II H. P.
IiIm of n lbiuurrqoe hut Daily
The kldneva often cry lor help.
Not another organ in Ihe whole
body more delicately conatrui ted.
Not one more impoilant to health
The kidney are the filter uf the
When thev full tho blood become
foul and polaotiou. There can be
no health where there ie pomomd
llackache I one of the frequent
iliditutlona of kidney trouble.
It I oiten the kidney' cry for
help. Heed it.
Head what I'oana Kidney Pill
have done for overworked kidney.
Head what loana have done for
l. U Hrown, 7:'l sVcond at reel.
Albuquerque, aay: "tiff and on for
three or four eara my back and
kidney troubled me. My back was
very painful when I way at work and
in the morning the trouble bolheied
me- 1 had a dull, heavy uebn mruu
my toiua moat ,f the lime. Now and
then I felt aharp twinge in my back
and It waa hard for me to atrulghten
More than once I couldn't atraitht-
n. When I read about li.an Kid
ney I'll!, Not a box and began
ualng them. 1 could ace u great im
provement In a hort tune. The
pain were relieved and the kidney
aecrelloiia betaine uatuial."
Price I'"'', at all dealer. limi t
"imply aak for a kidney remedy
gel I loan it Kidney Pllia Ihe aame
that Mr. Iliowu had. Koaler-Milburn
IV, Pro pa , HurTulo, N. Y.
(lay for modeling and burning, hail
ent another aludy u the Itobinaona'
ator. It la a bul of an ancient In
dian, aald ! tie the oldeat HopI of
them all. The bual waa uurned In a
warm rod. and lha eflect la etriking
Aa told, Mr. Kupta regard the In
dian clay a a line medium for model
ing, and think the material will pro
duce work the equal ul th famou
terra cotta figurine.
Herald want. I Hue Hint I
BACA SEEKS WRIT
On Ground that Detained Gen
eral Never was a Refugee
Albuquerque Lawyer Seeks
His Release from Fort Win
Reeelal Ptagetrh I reatag eeral4
Santa Ke, N. it.. Aug. 24. Attor
ney Klfegn Ilaca of Albuquerque to
day filed application before Federal
Judge W. II. Pope rot a writ of hab
ena corpu to compel the releaae of
Oenernl Joae Jne S.il.nar now held
with the three thousand or more
.Mexican federal priMonor at Fort
Winynte. The r I I returnable
Auguat JlMt In thin city, although
Ilaca may aak that t lie healing take
place in Albuquerque.
The wrlt la baaed on the ground
that Halaxar haa been acquitted of
violation (if neutrality law, for whbh
he waa Indicted and tried here aome
time ago, that he in not and never
waa a refugee and la therefore being
E SET UP
German Ambassador Announ
ces at Washington With
drawal of Russian Civil Au
thorities and New Capital at
New York. Aug. J I fount Johnn
von Ilernatorff, Herman iimbaaaddor
to the I'nited rltutea, announced on
ti In arrival here today from Itotter
ilam that hia government had been
informed that Huwl.iu civil mid mili
tary authorltiea had withdrawn from
Poland and that the Pole had aet up
an Independent government with
Waraavv aa Ita capital
fount Von Mernetorrf left Herlln on
Auguxl II. At that time, he aald, the
Herman government had report that
not a ltuilan old!er had been left In
Poland. Tli la report, fount Von
llernatorff added, . waa general
"I do not know what aort of gov
ernment Ihe Pole aet up," he aald.
"nor ilo I vouch lor the an uracy of
I'.ililo diapati hea from St. Petera
buig two weeks ugo aald that Ihe
cxar had promiaed autonomy to Po
land In return lor it u..iort of the
PUT 111 HURRY
CALL FOR HELP
American Embassies Abroad
Neej" More Clerks and At
taches to Handle Enormous
Increase in Business.
Waahinglun. Aiu. 21. American
diplomat, to whom ha been
eutruHlcd the diplomatic. alTaira
of the nation at war, waa
J calling today for addit'nnnl help.
They reported they needed more aec
rtlarlra, attache, clerkg and inter-
I prefer to handle the great amount of
ex'.ra work Involved In their new
laak. leldca aticiblng io at ran. led
ciilaen of the l ulled State they are
looking arier the weltare of tlioua
anda of aubjecta of other nation.
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
hl.N l ri
Met at lla in
Continued deiiaie on hill to li
tenae wareluiu,.i'a for alaple
producta durmx the European
Met at noon
Hebnte no oiilinued on the
kna Miller lletarn lai Vrk.
Franklin, Kai, Aug. 54. Heprn
aentalivea of every local miner'
union In thin e.ii ,n of the atate, at
a maaa meeting li-'- night, voted u
return lo work to lay. Sn hundred
nunera have been Milking despite or-'
dT nf oftKliiln of the V lilted Mm
Woraer of Aincil' i to the contrary.
becauae, they awr!, the blenniaf
working eontraU. recently aigned ai
Kanaag City, I no' aallafactory.
bawta rr nvrTPTAT.s
W4JJ A W V a wa4Mw
( ... aa a a ATM a '
TO MEET IN LA JUJN1A
K. K. Bummer, auperlntendent of
the Itlu Hiande il vision of the Santa
Fe; W. A. tleorge. auperlntendent
Ihe Santa Ke bop here; P. J. John
aon. the Santa Fe ticket agent here:
and William llalfour, Inapector of
tianaportatlon, went tu Lat Junta lo
day to attend a meeting uf unViali.
H. li. Tuttle, up(luludut u( lha
HELD FOR MURDER
Admits He Had Quarreled
With Miss Smith Whose
Boc'y Was Found Yesterday
in Sand Dune.
Halinaa, Aug. 24. 4leorge Ko. 4
danl. a Japanese photogra pher
4 under arrrt here, ronfeaaed to
(therllT Neabllt loday that he had
4 murdered Helena Wood Smith,
a New York artlel. who had been
living in the colony of writer
and palnlcr, at "f armel-by-thn
pea He told conflicting Rtorlea
of Ihe murder, one veraion nelng
' that he killed Mia Hmilh In aelf
Carmel, by the Sen, fal., Aug. 'it
Anited by member of the llteraty
colony here, authorities today were
buay aaaembling evidence by which
they will attempt to prove that George
Kondani, a Jnpaneae phoi,graiier,
now In Jail at Sullnaa, reeponai
hie fur tho death of Mia Helena Wood
Smith, a young artlat-etcher whoae
body waa found yeaterday buried In
a aand dune near here.
t'nder hnrp grilling lni night
Kondani la ald to have admitted that
he knew Ihe young woman waa dead,
that he nw her Jump Into the hay.
Accoiding to hi Inqulallora, he aald
that he had taken a moonlight wala
on the beach with the young woman
and that he had cried becnuae the
law nf California Mood In tho way
of their marriage.
"We quarreled," he I aald lo have
aaeerted. "She attacked me with a
knife, she win ciany, and I gura I
waa rraxy too."
Kondant'a alatement la bitterly re
aented ny friend of Miaa Smith, who
deny that he entertained any affec
tion for the Japanese
According to Sheriff Neahltt, the
motive for the killing of Mia Smith
waa a check lor I.Tili. which ahe had
In her purae at the lime of her disap
pearance Auguat 12.
rhyalclan any Ml tfinHh waa
(trangled to death with a cord.
GET OUT OF
Italian Liner Udine Arrives in
New York Today With 300
Passengers Who Paid $2500
Gold Each for Passage.
New York. Aug. 2 1. The Ural of
the apccially charleied ahum to bring
American refuge,- of Kutope - the
Italian liner Principe dl I'dlne.
Mrnnifd into New York hnrbor lod.iy
with S'.i pimaciigcra. Tin y had paid
In the aggregate I .'Oil. "Oil for their
paaaage, for thla waa Ihe Hum given
Ihe I.loyd rtabaudo company at liclloa
on enndltion that Ihe xenael be turn
ed over lo tne refugee and go direct
to New York.
Kadi paaiieliger paid l-'T.O gold, a
a minimum for lirat cabin accommo
dationa, leaving a detlcit of unout
J to. oixi wbli h will be met by I tic com
mittee which arranged the trip.
The voyage nf the I'ditie and Ihe
Ircumetance w hii h pre.-eded It are
per hap without parallel. It waa a
caae of buving a ahip, aa it were, t'J
get out ot i;illope.
AGAINST LOOTERS OF
Han Franclaco, Aug. 24 A Han
cript of evidence taken before the
atate railroad loinmlaaion into the af
fair of the I'nited Itallroada, the aur
face traiiait ayatem aervlce In Han
Frnnciaco. will be laid before the din.
trict atlollu , Willi a recoinmenda loll
that he liiHtilutc prorecutiona Tine
wa the announcement today (
John M. Kahelman. prealdent of the
lommiailon after the hearing had
Jeaae l.lllenlhal, prevldent nf the
I'niied It. i Hi o. ids. aald the prceent of.
flier and dlrectora of thv companv
would co-operate In every way wl'h
th,. tommiraion In aupplying the di
tru t allorney with evldeme.
No statement waa made of Ihe per
on o aa prosecuted.
The pteaent hearing relate to the dl
tcraion of mole than t l.tinii.Ooii b
Patrli k Calhoun, former prealdent of
the company, for lnveiment In the
Kola no litigated Farm, a land aelling
venture whuh collapaed.
.JAPANESE LOSE NO
, TIME IN STAlli
(CunUnued from P4fe thio.)
removed today through the agree
ment of Austria to dixmantle her
crulaer. the HeWctiu hlualiclh, now
at T.lna Tau.
The Auatrian attibasiiadoi had been
preparing In leave Toklo when the
Jnpaneae government Indiialed H
approval of a auggeatmn for di
mantling Ihe crulaer. Austria ac
cepted the propoaal and instructed
tha olflcera to interne at shanghai.
Albuquerque dlviaion of the Santa F
arrived her tin afternoon in hi
buaineaa car No. 411, on a trip eon
netted Willi (uoipany matter.
f. f Jiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniu:
Quality! 5: ts3
The Auslr en aiutiaiu'ador I hen let it
be known Hint he raw l.o inciinion
to leave Japan
FUND IN BERLIN
(CoiiUiiimhI frim Past IXir.)
more crowileil iimn in time oi peace
"I. lata giving ihe full name, age and
profeaNion arid reanletice of ,. c li ia
aenger muat bP rei.ired under youf
authority and accompany c.uh train."
IIIUM'I.HT I KF.M'II MAIIrS
Ol'T IIF W Alt H(iK
Imdon. Aug. 21 (12 ,.l) p. m ) A
party of Amcrliaiin compose, I of Mra.
Ilarclay Warliurton, her aon uml her
daughter; Mr. and Mra. Harry lilslon
Of Philadelphia uml Mr. and Mix
Archibald H.in lie of New York w ho
hnvc arrived here from Cailxlind, An,
trin, managed to oring with them
through tiermany two French maida.
a Helguin maid and an I'iiKliah Valet
Then., four aervanla lame through the
rountry of their enemy under tho pro
tec lion of the a'.ir and slrlpes.
Shortly alter war wna declared, a
Trench conk in a Carlsbad hotel,
atnrted n disturbance by inr.ulling a
Herman rhaurfeur. Mr. Warhurton
aay a mob numlieriug .Loan pemoim
chaaed the conk and heat him aevere.
ly. The police eaved bun Irom belli
ITI.IN XTKAMF.It HKII'srX
111 I'AltltY I.I IIM N IIOMl:
New York. Auk. 24. Fill y l icrmans
and Austrian,, were today refuaed
paaaage on the Italian ateamahili
Htampalla, due lo Mill Wednesday lor
Naples. Agent for Ihe line, lai Ye
loce, annouti'-cd thai they had receiv
ed ordcia fnm their hiiine olllc to
permit only Americans. Italian or
I'croniK bi'lmiKlng lo a neutral 10111
Iry 10 engage pansaKe on ita slues un
til lllltber notice.
A number ol the lierm.iiiM and Ana.
trains who intended lo iail bad en
gaued 1'iiHsaKe home lnt nxo after
having been icliii.ed transportation
on other line. Their pnsnauc money
wi,H refunded. Auioiik ttiem w'.re
aeveral plonillieiit tierin iti pliysl, bills
w ho have been allendiliK no ill' al
u ror zz: r.
Under Canvas, Sixth and Central
Saturday. August 29
C. L. ERICKS0N PRESENTS THE FAMOUS
LARGEST AND BEST COLORED SHOW ON EARTH
40 PEOPLE, BIG NOON DAY STREET PARADE
THE SHOW THAT RESPECTS PUBLIC OPINION. A
THOUSAND LAUGHS WITHOUT ONE SINGLE BLUSH
TEN BIG NOVELTY ACTS
1 DAY LETl ti NY U , i?"spft.l
rrz""" t -a.- V v7- f
" - . ... i V
"50 word. Slivered dur j f VrJ
day t 1 timei thcoo tTT
CTAKE a dirre on the
Camel CiRarcttcs, but
don't Ux;k or prcrniums or
coupons, as the cost of the
tobaccos in them prohibits
Camel Cipjarfttcs 20 for
10c Are a Mend off choice
3uallty Turkish and
omcstic tobaccos. They
do not leave that rigaretty
taste and cannot bite your
tongue or parch your
You haven't money
enough to buy a more
' mt rfrr tmpfttf Mm, "
lOt ror mm pmthmw ff $ I 0 9t m
emrtmm o frn pmvmmmm t BOO rtf
rf' , ftmt m fp4jta'.
9mrkmB tnm facAv, t0 d't
itnd I AMfLS m rmprmmnlvJ, wm
wh mill ffmmd pwmt tmommjr.
. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winiton-Salem, N. C.
ooiilerences In this cou itry,
HIAATOIt M1NIM II AMI
I mii.y in-; veil ihimi:
Palm, Aug. ; 1 2 ;in ,,. ni i--John
H. Hi hit, former I'nited Stale . n-
alor from Wis, i. ruin. ,t t ..inpanii , by
hia family, came Into Parla lod.i,'
Irom l.il'iliic, Switzerland. Speaking
of hi experience, Mr. Hpooner an id:
"Ameilcnna in Hw llncrland did not
perceive Ihe aeriousnena of tli,. h.iu.i
tmn until tile night neforc the post
ing of Ihe order of niobilit.ilb.n.
There are now about .m.iiin) men un
der arma in Swllxeil.ind and as a pre.
million agalnat the ponxihlo violation
nf Hwia neutrality."
Of a High
We have just received
300 Imported Wool
ens which are uji to-tJic
minute, and there are
many exclusive pattern
among them. Coi.ie in
and see for yourself.