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THE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1913. 1. If fV a Question of.Styhnd Quality You U Trade Here Oar New Fall Goods arc com ing in and the newest things in Ladies Suits and W raps as Well as the most modish weaves in WOOLEN AND SILK DRESS GOODS arc now on display. Dsn't It mkked: You 11 be Sorry Afterwards ,Lf...,. .. A'if.y ;'i,V; ti 3E3nEaanSBRU3S3IBBBBaBDSmi Is nrrnff'5ffftftrfB?iTBiifl'iii . i?Tii'iflpyaiffTBSwi!"iBV'rfWB FAIR PLAY WILL MIL BELIEF EXPRESSED -Big League Standings , .y JEAK 0 APPEAR JSATJO.tf AU LKAGI K. W. U Trt. Philadelphia (t 41 .R54 Mrooklyn 58 IS .ilt Pittsburgh ..47 41 .ill T'ttlnno 44 41 .511 licmlun 47 4 .&"3 New Turk ,.......,.44 41 .49. 8L ly.ula 4 7 2 .4'S Cincinnati 40 t3 .40 AMKItlC.VX U-.AWT, Vv U Pot. rumn SS 14 .S0j Chicago ES 2 ,1T Detroit ... S Si .417 Washington. .. , 41 4 .511 Near TorH 45 47 .49 St. I out. S4 ( .404 Cleveland It K7 .J!4 rhlledelphl St 2 .141 K - T7fEiriAIi LFf;l E- W. U Pet. Kanm City ...S4 , 40 .511 fhlraio .. ,.85 41 ,5C Pittsburgh SI 41 .&fi4 Newark 5J 44 .4 2 Ht, Lsut CO 46 .51 Urooklyn ..41 54 .49 ItufTalo 45 .14 .44 lultlmoro . .' ........34 C3 ,351 -- f - i ji r FEDEHAL PITCHER. IS T IN COURT Too weak to appear against her htixhund, who U held m the county jail charged with slushing her. Mr. Antonio Cordova In lying at her home in ilurtinextuwn. Cordova la alleged to have nil u ki'd hi wife with ft. knifo last night. .She ai slushed on the breast. hllc h r woumta lire not futul, they are seri ous, it la nalcl Cordova, will he hi Id until hu wile .! able to appear against him. ENJOINED BY COURT B Evening IIr14 Laa4 tHfl Pittsburgh. Pa.. Au. Han ford fiurk. pitcher lor the Pittsburgh Fed eral league baseball club, wa today temporarily retrained frntn playing with the club and the rluli waa re strained fiom employing Murk through Injunction itrantrd to rcpre tentative of the American Assoclu y Uon baseball club of Indlunnpoli by Judge Ambrose B. 1 1 ! In common Jdcaa court. Uurk Joined the PHta hurnh federal aerretly when that ft. i m passed thronnh Columbus. Ohio ' "llwl Haggor" nptuivl. Washington. Aug. Colotwl , eardo Aauilnr, former 'r d flaucr" Itnder fSenernl falaxar, and a former raptnin of Huerta'a army and twenty. tn Mexican raider, wt-re i aptlired My on the tiorder ly t'nit-d h'atea ravalrymen und-r Captain Ky.in. A quantity of armx, ammunition and supplies were taken. Head the Evening Eerald'i Want Ads Get Results. Try one TODAY'S GAMES NATIOXAU I.F.AGl E. ' Fltnt jjaiiiL Si ore: H. II 1 Kent on oimi no Sna o 9 PittahurRh . ...!') -' ll 4 U liutterioa: Itanun, Iluulnn and Uitwdy; Kantlehner and (iilisoli. I'.rooklyn-i'ini imiull ii.inir iohtpoti- ril; rain. AMKKK'AN LKAGin. Hrore: H. II. K lietroit lfia finii ona l 1 1'iw.ion nia alia lux 4 1 (ialterlra: Covid'-akle and St inaite; Shore and Cady. WaaliliiKton I: hi. 1 oiila 0. Score' It. II. K St. iuii otio fttio n'io o & o Wuihlnuton . . "' l 1 7 1 llatterien: Kn!i, Weiltniin and A If new; Ayer and Henry. t.ii-iiuinv AliHii pri'-iiliHl. 4 lain). . Kin .Krarietaen. AuK. 3 Tile Na tional (ii-rnmn-Arncrican iilliancn fd the I'nited Slate in convention hire adopted rcxolutloiia today nclting lorth that Information from the l-'.u-ropoim war appear In American m-wffpupcra dint olorcd eltln r ly uci:l i!ent or I lilt-nt u a to mlnri pres. nt (Jermany. Knights of Columbus in Con vention in Seattle Report on Religious Bigotry In vestigation. Iff F.nln nri Wire) Peattle, Wanh.. A'.l. S. Thn su preme couihII of the KniKhts of Col umhu. In convention here, received ""V ne report of the eommlelon on rellKloua prejudices which exyreseed thn hillrf that "American fair play will prevail over religions blitotry." The report, j.renented liy Col. P. H. Callahan, chairman, expressed satia faition for aid hy the Reneial ptildlc and special mention wa made of the falrnce shown by the AsaiHlated Pree and newspapers In general re Rardlna; relUMou matter. eleven recoltimenilatlons were at tached to the report. The flrat of lluse declared a principal rauao for prejudice aaainut Caihullct a roue front an erroneotia belief among non-Cath- olics "that we owe such allegiance to in pope ss I incompatible with proper allegiance to our country." "W should loeo no proper occasion to declare the position of Catholics," stated the report, "and the tuachitiK" of the church on this matter, namely, that while Catholics a know led no the pope tu be supreme In spiritual mat ters, they do not hold that he has any authority In civil matters. If any spiritual authority were o direct it to do any act contrary to thn liehta of free citlscn. or the welfare of society we would tie hound to dlnoliey." The report declared that Catholic uphold and support thn public school system, but leel that rellKloua inalruc Hon Is necessary, and therefore hear an extra burden lor private school. An opinion was expressed that in time all Kcncral forms of reliition will he l.'iucht In freo school. The report condemns the action of politicians in raining rellaious isms in campaigns, as well as Vhe activities of diiasi-polltlcal societies in dincrim matins, attuinst person of any faith. it was recommended that the com- miaaion be" mud? permanent. The report of the secretary stated $1. nil. 941. 04 was collected during Ihe punt year, and that the asset of the order exclusive of special fund. ;ire nearly M.UOa.una. Theie are now nerly sriO.nmi memhi-rs. ' The delegates to the supreme conn "II attended hlith nui'Ji ul Ht. Jiim' x cathedral, cidebrated by Archbishop John liourano. the papal delegate, be fore opening their annu-il sesnlon. Ad dresses of welcome were delivered before the council hy lioveinor Kriun l.lster, Hupreme Jifstlee Cliadw b-k, Mpyor llirmn . Jill and Ihomits liurka. "pre'tuloiit o. the Hi .ilile chain, ber tif eommeri'e. Supretiie Knight James A. Klaherty responded. A sec. nl sf'HHion of the council was held this afternoon. i jr l . se- j .-toAr . r a 1 1 a i '.r i - rr- l "T. 'X CTC MING iti.u5TRAro5 Dt.IONF-B3 tuy-i Values of untold worth gleam from every department. Come see for yourself. Don't be sorry ' afterwards RosenwalcTs PROMINENT MEN (CoiiUnurd from ran One.) Stale and County." The senator dc c'arcd road were no louder an ad Juiii t to a ii h man's luxury, the au iomnMle. liut were recognled as a neccasily for every one, and nlo thnt the aiitomo'ille was an ecllnomll, and huelncM neeeHMity in these ibi. le dliirid the roada were uhciI In ipnlV liUfineM by everyone utul that evi'n f inners now considered the iititomo bile In which they traversed IhcM' roads an economic necessity. He hpoke of the treiilil.itlon ltn which the bond IpmI" firi-t had been hro.ieticd and tin: enthusiasm with which It was old lined and declared that the I'.iin.lioo It represented war no more thun a drop In the bucket llctlcilaicd It could liave been twlic as much without lucrcuiiug the bur d'li of taxation unit continued: "We want some of the la-neflls ol these thiliK oul'M Ives. The only way in which we can develop our roods and our slut. Is w il it bond.. We oh. -old have stale bond Ij.johh and I county bond Ishuoh unned in co-opera tion with tlie slate. The mere fact that a road Is an inlm-tslutc affair Mo .ii Id not dune tli voiiiuie It trav erse to feel they have no Interest In II They should help build it. or per imps, if built by the idale, they should maintain It. "I'.niid IhsiI'-b by the stole and tin counties ate the notation of our road prohb-m. I believe cicn an Increased t.ixalion fof ii larger bond issue would h;ic bee liwiilTahleil when we issued lb'-se bonds. The one mill le v made yields mure thun twice i noiiKh for what we did Issue." The senator bild great Mrc upon the unit t r of miijntenaiii t and np plocd the use of the motor Itceni- lei lor tlnil expens". Coneluillng he said, "The half million dollar bond issue Is a mere drop in the bucket. W can make no better Investment than to Increase tile amount ol our io.ol bonds. ' Judge Tllrlo.rdsi.n (ei hired the au tomobile licenses would folio a llore diop in the maintenance loo ki t. k i v - ng less than ll.Oioi to ,n h coiiiiiv. If they were evenly i,Mi ini.led. lie favored h leniil Issue of t, d leiis tllliu :..llllll.llloi or bond Issues bs Hale and counties wbli Ii combined would lit least C'lUal that flgllle. Mr. Keill lb . line. I I what was needed and II s ' i' in to let New .Mi . au.oiiut that could he -ii :-si out nt disi I ibot h ahle funds to Ihe p!.o , w o ld do Ihe inosi K i alp. n iiucHlon, lie tie. I iN d that not bill' 1'ie lauds or ibe .la'e thnt should be lated were iissess. d and that many of those HlM wile l.teil paid l"SS than ball what tiny should. Tin tippeal for c. Miiomy slarted Colonel Twltchell. uud for hulf an I'uiii he tulked of the uccvm Cali fornia had ntUilncd ikrhuRh morl KiiK'og her future for road" and Inl gllon work and stung tho ecoiio omists with reproaches. "We should consider the future," he said, "if wa expect these road to he built and our valuation to re main na they are, then thia talk of economy Is ull right. Ilul consider California, north and south. North ern California, represents the com munity that hat done uolhlng In at tract the visitor to It. It proceed on Ihe theory thnt California i for Call fornlan. Homhern California think the section Ik for the people thnt com' there. Now In the last twenty year five countlc of Homhern California have Increased their sssesred vsluation to Xuo per cent of that of nil northern California. How? Hy mortgaging their future, building roads, develop ing their country. They ftave brought settler there. W must i onsider the Increase In our valuation tu be brought about by these roads, by our development work." The colonel w enthusiastically Mp- pluuded whenrhc said that Calltor nla'a clalmsvwer no greater than those of New Mexico .that there was no ibrtv-r land In California, than there Is here, and that A11iiiiiicPiie shoubt hn e.itial In to KI Paso. ' "I am gong tu g,,e you AUnniuer ipie people some wholesome hut un welcome truths." he said, and they applauded h.iti while, he did It "Your methods have been wrong. If you Induce a man to coma here and erect a big store niiitiiing on ini corner- ami then some Central avenue mer chant move Into it nnd p uves a slort. vacant down on Cintr.il avenue, wM have you gained? What you need Is farmer, (let some f aimers In here to settle up thl valley and the ' Ity wit Hake car- of Itself. The roads will help to get the farmers." The colonel cited San Ulego ritv and county as a striking example of what mortgaging the future would do, raying that when Pan luegu mort-' gaged her future for I l.5'i'.u' It was not long until there had been a build ing erected there that was worth one. third a much the entire county, hud been worth before ! Judge ltlrh.nilson and Mr. Clancy thanked Colonel Twitched Tor answer-' Ing the economy argument so well- i The meeting recessed to meet at 2 o'clock. j Following the rail Pi older, f'.nv. ernor McDonald was Introduced and proceeded to toast AlhuiUeriue to a crisp tin her lu-k of Interest in road in several particular. He rompli-1 mented Colonel Twltehell upon being a result-getter, commented on hl own agreement with all who had spoken before, on some point, nnd took up the subject of elll lency. The greatest efficiency, he said, was In getting others to do thing. ' 1 "We are agreed in wanting roads." h(. said, ''hut we dllT-r on methods. )lv Idea Is fur nil of us to keep-stir ring up the other fellow." I'ntil recently New Mexico road hud shown little Improvement In con dition u a result of the Is road propaganda, he said. He classified the state highway ns slate, coiinlv and local, saving the slate, counties and i otninunltles should care for lln'in. respectively. The state needed eo-opernt lot. v said, citing Instances of community narrowness. "We shall never make any real progreB until communllle see that what help one help oil. This seem axloinaii In me. W'e must all stir up other to get result or we will not gel very far. Considering method, he Mild Ihe stale needed to be edll ated Into knowing what a rial Toad Is. "Some people have an idea that eighty or ninety thousand dollars lo the state hUhw iv niinniiii might to h.iiM the slate' 4.i"i iliib of state high ways,'' be said. 'Till Is unreason, aide. If Ihe people would come In snd help us, wed Ret a whole lot more done." The governor said every county thl.i ycur lould lew etooign lo diipioalc it share of the slate road bolide Hut Imw many I pie are willing lo pay th'.ife lams '" he asked. "Vi t 'f each counly will do that end luri over Ihe money to I'le slate conimli- ioii. 111 see tmit mi get ine roa.i-: He stressed coin cniratioti epou peciflc pieces of road and pr.'i.i r upciWHion a ti remedy lor .oiini r, ad troubles. He cited the wmk done hy (he slate commission a an insiat.ee of result this policy nel. The governor indieaii'd the le.tinia'v of lobbying for road when pi.-peiiv done, and swung naturally from tins lo II... mailer or taxation for roads "We complain of n lax rate." be aid. "yet Arixonu is spcmliii ; I w ice i hat we arc. If we didn't hae some taxes we wouldn't iippre. i.iie our gov ertlltleiil. I'.ui we ate ke king al.ool our luxe, all file time. Yil we liave no nuhl lo oinpui n if we f I Only 3 DAYS More Only 3 DAYS More W e advertised the big Bankrupt Sale of the STOCK Art Shoo a to run for fifteen days but an appreciative public have snapped up our bargains so rapidly that we expect to close the store next Saturday night, so you have but 3 Days More for BANKRUPT BARGAINS DONT MISS THE WONDERFUL VALUES IN Ladies' Suits Ladie' and Misses' Coats Chinese Mandarin Coats Silk Petticoats Silk Stockings Handkerchiefs Silk Kimonos Infants Wear Silk Gloves Kid Gloves and hundreds of other Bargains you find in an Art Shop Stock Come in and see the Beautiful Line of Stamped Linens, going at Less than Cost The Sale of the Newcomer Stock Conducted hy he Bartley Millinery in the Newcomer Ait Shop Store oiioniy urn '-' i d a budget 0 know Hit' int. with a 1 the uvall where they ul the tax- FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS if Mag Constant Supplied With Ttedford'i EUck-Draugbt. McPuff. Va "I kuffrrfd Inr rerj fears," say Mrs. J. U. WhiHnker, cl :lii place, "with tick fceadjclic, and Uonucti trouble. Ten year no g friend lolJ me lo iry riiedlotd's lil.Kk-liniuclil, which I did, tnd I lotind il lo be the bcl laimly mcJi :inc lor young and old. I keep r.l.ick-Drniicht on hand all Hie time now, and when piy children le d a illle bad, tliry ask me lor a dose, mut it doca Ihem nu te good liian any medikiiie Uiey ever tried. We never have a lonR spell ol sick ie in our lnuiy, smte e coniiiientf i jsin l)latk-Lfa:ihl." Tttedford'a ril.ick-Dratiplit Is pi.rcly fenclable, and lun been lound lo rc;vi ale weak slonuUis, aid diccslion, n--ieve indiKfMion, colic, tind, nMisr.i, iradaclie, tivk ttumach, and nn.ilai tyinploint. It has been In conMnnt use lor tnore h,in 70 years, anil has benclilcd in r o han a million people. Your druiviii artla and rerommrnti Hlick-IJrauKtii. Puce only c. lid a tu Sbigt te-tiay, K C ta re- hit.". ".N 'iv if We arc going to net lb: ii In re in New Mexico we shall have to pay I"!' Ihem. ' mr 1.im are not ui,-i u.-uall. liinh, for a new stale. If v e iii, n, mii., I ibe time ..l!ing II. o ptopetl) I 11 Ibe l.ix-loll lb.ll n e spen, Hi kin .' We'd be belter Off. 1 believe in bo ulM now, II we ale to ilenbip till- stall. I Would like lo see Some I - 1 1 1 1 while 1 am hele. I've l.vel In re siii' e I s s nnd I doiit' cxpe t to Ha y t ! i u miii'li loiigi-r." Th, g.nirnor Imlnaled l is willnic iii ss .i eo-opei aie In any inov erne at f "i' Ibe l.i tii III id the si. ile and hi.:- esli d II olie-mall ri sponsllilllly lor i.univ roads, an appointive old. e to oe bit. . I b (he commls..lo-t r, nib Je. t lo tii,. approval or Ibe Mate high way lomioil om. lie lapiied old melbod oi disi r :bu' iv e rx.cndilurc and i lied examples ol lis evils. II a d v. . a I d i In "i aminero" sieni of liia.tit,'iiiilli'C. Th,. governor i nue out tlitlv for a -iitr.it stale road body lie ml Hu.. Would serve lo plovlde Hie cnale.-l iisolis lor lb. money the Male had to spend. lie l lied the hlsloiy ol Ibe slal, load lends, lllcliii; thai lluse bonds lidded very l.llle only otii' iiull -in 1-ixi.s. He i:ave a ioii.ih. ol I tu- illorl lo bu Die bomb, wuh the pi Tin iih nt s'liool lu'nd. aviriin Dial II pposiUoti lo Die llllleri III elloris to ijeii the bonds wa nou-puhi I ul. Ilo s orcd I :i run lillo count v L.ilure lo provide or i .mi i ihin b. tii Ibe lund for assurih;t Ibe silc.e.y olj I i.-i etlorl at sale, nailini; Irom a pli p., led slalement .,d Wulhe l ller ' nalillu county that the "lime lor fo.,1. Iik wa over'' and she must ci.im ' a loss. Ile hinted Hi.. I the llilv ' ii uhl Miller olhi iwise and explained' Ihe m-ial or llaslc If Ihe sale was lo I e m nil', J He s.lal the other lolllllll.s should hoi sillier lor lleinalillo's di lay, ami ; bad a lulu .i see ai llon lor th. il II. oi. ev pew, soon ullil llu v have pill I" Up. ( The cvonl.i lomclil in. hide :m nd- 1 llleis lit Hie si. He engineer, in 'us! "leas ol Ibe l.eM I . I, t,,, , :,.r .i- I I'ssoi l.ll loll, and Ibe lie: Ion ol l.lli-, I CI. So ,. . I ..I, Ul. I '1 VV 11 III II - tinndt. seem to I, m ilo m. ijoi.lv alol 11' be be lloiu. . d to ,, . jd II Is iUlle III. eh I bat lo will HU .ill be I lei led .o.-noi,. I i,v H,,. ,n si id ic iimb.-nl. 1 1 It. I Illle. Il , le i II I loelilloned lor Ihe sei iclal V ship. "Hl'T II en I 1 1. Inch I w HI be Ibe I ' -polt of Ihe les.dulions i otiuo it le. , un-i b-s il inn rem h a i inclusion tbi- :t; - 1 MrMSTTmtHT7iefrWr I Purest of Pure Consumers of tlv,c pure Lucca Olive Oil, hliould bear in mind thnt the Gntdi & Dumniici Brand ca-vics with it a guarantee of its purity. This is the only brand imported by the car load to New Mexico. ill , ,1 Hundreds came; Hundreds went away from our doors satisfied. Were you one of the throng. Come Don't be sorry afterwards RosenwalcTs j lei noon, ami the di.-. u..i..h wbe. h I ruie I.. 1.IU111I this. !