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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 13 July 1914

' five THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY Announces the Season's Famous Selling Event - ANN nd AUGUST CASH CLEARANCE d Lf TIIE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. H. H., MONDAY. JULY 13. 1914. A LYa SA Genuine Sale of the Year Big Reductions in All Departments Store Closed from 12:30 to 2:30 Special Value Items On Sale Special Days Only NOTICE THE DATE AND HOUR -ON SALE Friday, July 17th AT 0 A. M. Great Wash Goods Special The Best Offer of the Season 50 Pieces New Summer Material Consisting of New Dresden Figured Voils, 38 inches wide in neat ros; pat terns; 36-inch new stripe Crepes; 28 inch Fancy White Crepes and 25 pieces new Crepe Ratines in all lead ing shades, worth 35c yard, 28 inches wide. This entire lot on sale Friday, 9 a. m., at the low price 4 1 J of per yard CtXj See Advance Special Display ON SALE Friday, July 17th AT 2.30 P. M. 100 New Silk Petticoats Made of an excellent quality pure dye All Silk Jer&ey top trimni2d with a perfectly matched satin Messaline flounce of u...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 13 July 1914

SIX THE EVENING HERALD. AIBUQUEIIQUE, N. If., MONDAY, JULY 13. 1914. TODAY'S LIVE NEWS OF SUNSHINE STATE STEEPLE T Old Mining Camp in Wes tern Orant County, Once Producer ;f Millions, Com ing to Front Again. Killer I'll), N. M , July 12 pii-cplc I.oi k, xiI'i.iI.mI in iSihmI countv. mi III,. Allon. I line, ilifuost llui west ..l Kilver '. mid whose mini pro lu. I'd tn i M i. . ) hi Dii' i n rl.i ilu.is in ftnld ii n. I Mm, In hmiiiii tu lii-tiint. it Imae producer. Til in la the sliitcincnl muilc b) . rue II I'ttiT, hn, ihrimiih h re lent pur. husc, his se. ui.il iiuiirol ( 'U groups of iiiIiiIiik t . r i rl . em Ii.iiii( SJ mine patents, Including the once fa :noim I'urlisic mini' and I h,. J 1 in I 'row rou p. The Carlisle mini', 2 year ail", produced oyer H.imio.imio. It after nurd 11 w.ia acid tn an Kngltsh eyndl lute, which operated It for Hrrl Jiars, but beriiuse of misniniigu mi'iit and mcullursicul mistake tt proved too costly tu operate Binl fill nlly ws closed down. It rem...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 13 July 1914

r Jeff's Vest it Not Only Useful , but Ornamental. (ecu. (Soess -0 v v i w i vie-" I ' -j i - I 1 XI Today's Market Reports NEW HAVEN REPOIIT MAKES STOCK DROP fltv iMnrit Wlra In li:-nln ?lrmM.) NVw Yurk, July 11. Ki-lllnc of Nrw York Onlrnl whirh lrohi IS n ml fiinlwr litjinualion In niliior iitlMis MUr, I In. Mm lii miK untli'V In hi rk'H liMlnit ili ml Til di ' llfi tui I'liiK inrriil with llm puli Illation nf Hip liiipr(Hie ronimori' i nin.nli'Hli.n'ii ronli-mtinlWin of Ih fi truir N lluvrn rHilrnad mnnp linni. I'lnclnc (irlrrd: Am.ilKniniiK'il. t9'i. AiihlMin, (11. I'hlno I'opl.iT. Krn.linir, UL'4. Siiiilliern 1'tlrinr, l,. Sli-l, SOd. FieH. iircfi-rreil, lOfi. I nlon PiK irir. mv Miincy MrUp. Nrw TnrU, July U --Murrnntlle 1Cr. I4?44 ier cinl. Kar Kllvor. dc. Mcxliiin flullar. 44o. 'nil munry tmly, mil) pr rnl Timr l'ian mronRpr: (U (lay, IV lvr pptil; 10 iliiya. I irt t-rnt; lx nionllia, 4 per rnl. Chicago Grain. rhlcaRo. July It. froaprt of th fnnin'i hravlcsl reiplpla, l.t'l...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 13 July 1914

0 EIGHT THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. It, MONDAY, JULY 13, 1914. OVER 4 IJOBED Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AND RANGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pampi BEGINNING SATURDAY July 11 Thrre will be Two Matineei at The Crystal, 221 So. 2nd St., every day at 2:30 and 3:30. CIAL STUDENTS AT THE 1 t 318 West Central .venna BOOKBINDERS RULINO, SPECIAL FOPMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 208-210 West Gold Arenne EAT MATTHEW'S VELVET ICE CREAM Phone 420 C. T. FRENCH I I VMIM. IHIIIX'TOIl KMIlAI.MKIt. iMilf AaaMant. Firth ami O-nlral. Mimiit lj anil Mit"t. KM. Expert Hair Work. Combings made Into awltchea, traiiaforinnltotie. iifTn. curls, !'.: awiii he dyed. MIIS. M. ll lK.N MariiH-llo Minn. Phone Hi. 11 B. 4IH Ht. FREE While they last; With each box of Nadine Face powder a 25-cent box of Nadinola Talcum Powder. WILLIAMS DRUG CO. 307 Wet Central Fbont 789 COAL AI2D WOOD Best Mountain Wood GALLUP C...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

A Whole Block of New Easiness Buildings at One Crack Is Going Some; Even for Albuquerque. Men wouldn't have waited to re pair the railroad. The motorcade in Santa Fe. Get your car in the picture. RinTTinrc-crnzKjr, at. . No. M. ALlUQTTESdUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. TUB KVFVTSO ITITRAIJI (!. 4. M. no. IE III I 1 E i I IMTA "mm TODAY ovisional President not Among Official Refugees at Vera Cruz Although Skids are Greased for Quick Get away. &0LE WEST COAST IS 'URRYING TO GET RIGHT hoiesale Desertions to Con stitutionalist Cause Give Rebels Complete Control of Entire Pacific Territory. HLOMACY STRIVING TO BLOCK WAR IN CITY w Hoped that Plan May be Devised by Which Govern ment May be Turned Over Without Actual Fighting in Capital. Iv I .rased Wire in Evening Herald. Mi-lbii 4 Hy. July II. rn.vl a.nal IYrlih-nt llmita's fnnillr. niiirdlitg. ivnh-i rrrt anvil In lit. canlta!. Im i'liievrtrtl I ii leat or era 4 rwa mnjihiUuu today. aslilngton. July 1 1. l-ale- to- V Hit le i...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

TWO THE EVENINQ HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. ; J a ii I If i & I 7 r nt'V llrliin i.f Ih kln, f'.l iift rn.l..., iKtp, .itii lr, rii., try I . li " 'HI lint,., ill ii ! .in 25 PER CENT Practically Factory Cost One week, starting today, on every piece of DINING ROOM TURNITURE in our stock Extension Tables, China Clos ets, Dining Chairs, Buffets and Serving Tables. All woods, any finish. Strong Bros. 2ND AND COPPER MARCUS P. SAWTELLE 1 General Contractor I Office & Carpenter Shop I 211 West Gold ntlvn lirli'k fur Kale. HUERTA 15 STILL (I omliiuiil from I'uitp one) tiln. the ffiliriln mid -.n 1 1 ill Uitin I -lt held a i'niifiiinip y.-eieinnv lit wh'h II w hm (li i til. . I I,, l.iirv 111. ban hf ami make ).lnl ..-iti.' wl'h l '11 1 1 ;i 11 i. Thi' h.-iiiio ii . . i iluri' li oiiti-i) In :iki iil.i.f iii I. ii I'uk, an other l.nui-r :ili..riilii iil. while Mt 1 1 in mil., tin- ln.,M luilii-liunl) point mi tho liilf nf t illf. rnii. mi lltltllMli o h:i lir...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., TUESDAY. JULY 14, 1914. ' THREE If or Wednesday ECONOMIST CLEARANCE SALE 20 pieces All Wool Dress Goods, widths to 44 inches, Mohairs, Challics, Voiles and Novelty Suitings, values to $ 1 , Special ISPOR Baseball Standing of the Clubs (Th average do Out Include day' rceulia ) American lB'''- to- Wi.n. Loot. Pet. Philadelphia. 43 l WiiHhiiiLt-in 43 35 li.lrolt 41 1 643 Chicnuo 43 " M. I.ouia " Si .125 1 ;o.-lou 42 !1H Ai N.-w V..rk 2 4 .3X7 I'lowland S 1 National Ij'mkih-. Won. l..ot. P t. Nf York 4t an .r. Chi. apo 41 37 .r.2 M. l-oin. 40 ..'.Of' linen. null .. 37 -4H" Ptiihiilelpliiu 34 3S .4 lirooklyn " 37 .411 I'lliMlmrh s: 37 Ilotdon " 41 .44(1 I Extra Special 50 Men's and Young Mens 1 Suits Formerly sold from $15.00 lo $22.50 MwMl Federal IKiir. Won. I-oM. Pel. Chicago 4'. 11 .5H2 Indianapolis 41 3a .Mii Hurlalo 37 3.1 .r2 Hull imoro 3 st"l lirooklyn 38 312 .614 KtuiHuM City 34 4 4 .4.'l Si. I... ill 34 4.1 .4H0 Pitlahuriih HI 42 .417 GAM...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

FOUR THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. 21., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. The Evening Herald, riii'hxiii'd r TIIK HIMM III It l.l. INC. (iKoltilK 8 VAI.I.IANT, M.mnKr II. P. IIKNIMJ r.dltor ruhllshed mrjr afternoon rl ci pi Sunday, si 12 4 North Heco.'id Plreot, .llu.iirro,ur, N. M. K.ntorcd as second-i lass matter al the pnatolflee hI Allnii'UTiii'. N M., under the A 't of Murih , 17 One ' -nth by mall or mrrlff. 61c I nr -k hv carrier Km' on ymr by mall or carrier In advance li.JO Telephones: Hustness Kdttot lal f Hflce. . Honing. . . . MM Ol It I.IMi. KIlKSH '' ' h unl 1 with Ihe ' inn ii in limn h stent clement In i .V. tin- -.! M - irr ovv nets, -i -tit in ( h"i'ii- ' l f lll'l II IIIH' 1 1 cess, hiivi' owned lor a number of ycuis two loin mi (i-iil ml avenue hmiKliI nmiiiuil III" time when it would le prnhlal.lc In esl.ililt."h h Kris stole In AIIiiiiiiT"hc. The establishment "f the store fin been delayed from year to year, a representative com mit almost ry year to see how AliiiH...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. H.. TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. FIVE ATTEND OUR uly CM Clearance Sa 11 lillJSlL Hie Day to B uy Sh oes RedC Queen Quality TOSS Women s Shoes in Pumps and Oxfords, all styles, in Patent and Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Tan Calf and Suede; all sizes. This is a GENUINE SHOE VALUE. Highest class Shoes in greatest variety, worth $3.50 to $5.00 a pair. On sale for SIX DAYS Beginning Thursday, July 16, at 9 a. m. 95 200 Pairs Misses and Children's Shoes Pumps and Oxfords in Patent Vici and Gun Metal. All Styles and Sizes. Sizes I 1-2 to 5, worth $1.25, on sale for . . Sizes 5 1 -2 to 8, worth $2.00, on sale for . . . Sizes 8 1-2 to ! I, worth $2.50, on sale for . . . Sizes 1 1 1-2 to 2, worth $3.00, on sale for . . . Sizes 2 1-2 to 7, worth $3.50, on sale for ... 69c 85c $1.29 $1.69 , $1.95 GoUen Dry Goods Coe SAYS BLAGKWELL COLFLX GlfiTI PROSPEROUS Well Known Banker Think Outlook for Business Fine in State. Coal Mines Escape Strike Trouble. .He ml apci la. I mcctln...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

4 i SIX THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., TUESDAY. JULY 14. 1914. THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY Announces the Season's Famous Selling Event, Beginning Thursday , July 1 6, 9 a.m. FOR OPENING DAYS OF OUR GREAT CAIi SALE Wonderful Ready-to-Wear Bargains. Positively the Greatest Garment values ever offered. The greater majority of our mammoth stock of Ready-to-Wear ON SALE AT LESS THAN HALF-PRICE Ladies' Select Gowns 100 Extra Select Afternoon and Evening Gowns, exclusive models, very latest styles in Crepe Dcchine Taffeta and Satins, worth from $35.00 to $75.00 each. On Sale Thursday at HALF-PRICE Women's Finest Tailored Suits and Dresses Our very best suit value, entire line of Wom en and Misses' Suits and Dresses in highest grade fabric and finely tailored. Value to $32.50. On Sale Thursday for $13.95 Ladies' Suits, Ccats and Dresses at $8.95 A special large assortment of women and Misses' Fine Coats, Suits and Dresses, all good styles and fabrics. Value to $20.00. On Sale...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. 11, TUESDAY. JULY 14. 1914. SEVEN It Vas'Jfl Mean Trick for Mutt to Play on a Little Man. By "Bud" Fisher. NO fAOR.J LfMJtMfcRN sills, we for. thosg v. i i asm lfVVU-00 I 4 L.. -'"t 1 ' i MUTT, nPC rAf PA 3AM At MA.C3 OP ttcU-ULOtl). WHCN CT WITH VONfcG T P TH4 ICC LltH .UULSltl C1T a ! jj'ii';'W"i"it-'Mi' Wt TO U wARM-l. IN THU fKTv5. T keep MimM -rnM -.. j; Today's Market Reports j; -4 PRICES FIRM IN THE i lsUNUUN AUL-TlUNa London. July 14. Offeringa at the Wool auction luiliiy amounted to 13, 21 hah-a. Including a large aupplv of cn.Kvl.ri .1. I !: ikI w-ii brink nml price firm. Tim few merino hrout-ht forward were r'Krly taken r I hi- continent. Chicago Grain. Chicago, Jly 14 Smith Dakota repi.it nf heavy damage from lilmk ruet steadied ihe wheat market lo Inv In thr face of I.eHrir-h cablca. The amount of territory uifecled by the plague acemcd to have li(4'n con i..rl'ly wnl.iifil ii nil H was raid 111 it tin- iliiriini whrnl . thn only Viir...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 14 July 1914

' rut evening her Ate' albuquer6.ueV tf.' m., Tuesday, july'h.'i&ii. EIGHT i i. i t Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AND RANGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumpi t 318 West Central Avenut 4e - BOOKBINDERS RULING, SPECIAL FOPMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. i)8 210 West Gold Avenue Phona440 I M EAT MATTHEW'S VELVET ICE CREAM Fhone 420 C. T. FRENCH IVM.II VI. KIHMTOII I- Mil VI.Mt H. Iily .-Mnt. I I rili ml (vniral. Plume) Iff Hiul Mlt, MO. ; Expert Hair Work. uiiil iuKi made into awllchea, truimtoi mationa, puff, curl, etc.; All'h. dyed. MUM. M. PI ii:n MarliM'llo Mmi. Phon 121. II H. 4th HI FREE While they last; With each box of Nadine Face powder a 25-cent box o? Nadinola Talcum Powder. WILLIAMS DRUG CO. . 307 We.t Central Phone 7S9 GOAL AND WOOD Best Mountain Wood GALLUP COAL in any quantity TROTTER Phone 912 Welldril.ifi Welldrhiii and Irrigation Plants VUMiMIII.. TWKH. PI-MI'S M IU rntiM;...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 15 July 1914

The Commercial Clnb Wants lo Make the Automobile Parade July 30'a Mile Long. Sign Up Your Car. wonder Huerta isn't worried. lie has a close hare every day. attorney is right. Traction company Je- j ill 1 1 u i'"m! worth $12,000 mile. TRtRrxK-rrnzKif, Vol. M. No. M. ALEUaUEEQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. 1914 tub evfvtno nnui n VIM,. 4, NO. III. pJy Ji wil litf 10VISI0NAI GIVES .HHJEUTA Provisional President Goes About Daily Routine While Wife and Family Speed to Safety in Special Train. VILLA AND STAFF IN JUAREZ THIS MORNING Announced that Revolution ary Chief and Army will Leave far Mexico City with in Eight Days. I By ImmiJ Wire mnim Herald. Mexico City, July 13. Official announcement is made that actuated by highest motives of patri otism and complying with supreme duty to his coun try President Huerta will send his resignation to congress at 4 o'clock. Francisco Carbajal, the foreign minister will take the oath of office as pro visional president two hours later. Mexim I'l...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 15 July 1914

TWO DIE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, W. II., WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. 1914 V "rrzr" "SicTrnn nDspTMcnTc b U mm m mil mill iu OF THE coimdl Ward. COME TO A MASS MEETING At ihe Second Ward School Building THURS DAY EVENING, JULY 1 6th, at 8 o'clock, to consider and act on the conduct of your representative on the City Council ALOEHLiAtl J. A. SHU You elected him two years ago on his solemn pledge not to vote to reopen the infamous red-light district, then prohibited by City ordinance.unlcss the question was first submitted for yourapproval. Immediately after his election in secret session he voted to reopen the district. Then when some of its denizens were arrested for violating the ordinances, he hurriedly voted to repeal all the City ordi nances aimed at prostitutes. His defense was that your election of Sellers was a vote in favor of that course. At the last election you voted 205 to 354 to restore the ordinances and abolish the District. Since that election Alderman Skinner has voted t...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 15 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. II., WEDNESDAY, JULY IS. 19U THREE "I in I K aaaaaaaaa. II ii mi mm, M". a 7YIT JI .li VV i'V, ,'V,UV v - . ' ..Vs. C I r f is V . - . " Sawtav - ft CAS 4jfe4 wfe IS "NATIONAL HI AO SIMES" NO. Kosciusko The Greatest of the Poles NEVER in the history of mankind has there lived a more ardent Ic er of IVrsonal and National Libert)'. He fought with intrepid valor under our own Washington for American Liberty. He devoted his life to regain the ancient freedom of his beloved Poland. Kosciusko hated any legislative attempt which invaded die Natural Highy of Maty If he were alive to day, every son of Poland knows that he would revolt at any LAW which declared i'Thou shalt NCTTeat this thou shalt NOTdrinU that! Kosciusko knew that the light wines of his native land and the bar- i .i f i e i. . J i i i . i I i i .i I. icy crews v vermany were gooa iov uiaiuuua wnen usea in moaerauon. ne aran mem rum $ self to the end of his honored days, and who will DARE s...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 15 July 1914

roxnt L the evening herald, MimQirotauEy. n.t Wednesday, iuiy is. iou The Evening Herald. ritU'h by THE it i n ti n. IXC OI'iiHOK f VA1J.IAVT, Manager II. 11. IIKMM1 r.dltor 1 i ti ! i th -1 every afternoon rit Humbiy, bI U North Second fit eel, Alliuiiieniue, N, M. i;ntered na second 'Ins matter t iho nmtiitn e at A I Imi.i ii rn u r, N. M ., under Iho Aol of March I. n:. iin month by mall or carrier, two 'lie week liv carrier lie f tit year by mall or cairler in fi ll am Iluu Telephones: rutin om. ii llil.tni Inl Hoonti If. outlook 1 united. rerlint, n tluisuisli. , well uttatiiii' rBurt from thia lime until Iho vote tr i mm led ol'l. (It'll MTV. DKMim P.ATS of Now Mexlio should Iw ui nnd doing li'iM ly, hcorfiilly nml thorium III v Ihe work h I ul hml to do. IMHiMuiilty for tho I lemoi ratlc i.uiiy of this state l ul hand In " ,iy nml In i Inline never I r a r 1 1 I i.f before. In the, first alula ! Hull, throuxn A l . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in nf for tuniili' i In ii in "In in en...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 15 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M WEDNESDAY. JULY 15. 1914 FIVE TODAY'S LIVE NK7S OF SUKSHIHE STATE 1 . . SOCIAL FEATURESlBELEH GRANT WINS fi 01 OVERLOOKED IT STATE CAMP Soldier Boys Having Plenty of Entertainment Provided by the Citizens of Deming. Many Visitors. lx-rntnu, N. M, July IV Although Hip keynote if pro -l int: nl Camp l'.rooks la -'wink'" unit although I pii.urnm ut ill III iiml maneuver fcei ps the hoy preltv hard at It fr'iin early iiiiirninc umll sunset, the so cial feature of Hip onrampmeiit Is not In-1 n u prlooki-il. nml the nitlntn nie-i, the regular iirmy men nnd the Inrun number of visitors nltrni'tcd I" I'einlng liy I hi' cmampincnl lire being i rnxl.liMl with plenty if stnll-oment Ti.nicht thorp will bo a band concert by 111 military bands. In the hand hi ii nil un I'lne street, nml nil soldiers will visit the Comet theater nit guest cif tin- management. Thursday evening, fnmpiny ! nt Inciting will give n social hop nt the1 tennis court m :30 i. m. Mimic ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 15 July 1914

six THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, W. M., WEDNESI) AY, JULY 15. 1914 t Crescent Hardware Co. i 8T0VES AND RANGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNER! AGENTS FOR Marsh Simplex and Advince Duplex Steam Tnmj 318 West Central .Tenut BOOKBINDERS RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 208-210 West Gold Avenue Theme 440 EAT MATTHEW'S VELVET ICE CREAM Phone 420 C. T. FRENCH ITNPIt l, ItlKMTOU KMIIll.MPIl. lrty AnnlMtant. fifth ami Central. Phone ! ami Night. 50. Expert Hair Work. Combings mads into switches, trstisformations, puffs, curia, et; switch dyed. MIIH. M PPHP.N Marlm-Hu Minp. Phone ill. 11 B. 4th 81. I FREE While they last; With each box of Nadine Face powder a 25-cent box of Nadinola Talcum Powder. WILLIAMS DRUG CO. 307 Wet Central Phone 789 GOAL AND WOOD Best Mountain Wood GALLUP COAL in any quantity TROTTER Phone 012 Wclldrillinj. Wclldrhin and Irrigation Plants UIMMIII.H, TMiS. PIMPS AMI hi rnti(i HI I1 for '.Vt'ltfT l.a iKKtmn J...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 16 July 1914

The Pick of Products Exhibited at 14 County and Local Fairs Will be Shown at the New Mexico State Fair. -yjsnri ni-yri rmorssir-Miii" . i n-- I Mltclil In Im bjiIm rirfMirt. mrnt omiIiI help lint mayor i-wrry out IOm ri'MiN H,U'-tT. IT reformer ever accomp lished much on a pea nut diet. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS rnmrNKmzKN, Vt. I. No. . A11TJQTJERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. THE EVE VINO IITOAI.D VOU 1. NO. Ilfc 4.V trto r I fit NO . i - C0II5TITUTI0IUST GIF 1 IT REACH UTT Refusal to Arrive at Understanding with Carbajal Govern ment by Diplomatic Means will Result in Witholding of recognition by This Government Until a Legal Election is Held.' Other Powers Gently Advised to Follow Suit. UNCERTAINTY AS TO VILLA'S COURSE IS AN UGLY CLOUD OH THE MEXICAN HORIZON Bandit Leader is Massing Forces in Chihuahua with Avowed Intent! of Making Extensive Demands Upon Carranza or Moving on Mexico City to Secure the Placing of An other Provisional President. Troops Remain at Vera Cruz. ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 16 July 1914

TWO THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, W. H., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. The Economist wishes to announce A Delightful Surprise for the ladies of Albuquerque iwieT nnnnnc niciCYcnimur i 1 UU I UUIIIIUJ UILLALUUIIIL bed oil CROSSING? on Monday, July 20lh IValch the newspapers for complete details Santa Fc Claim Department Says So, But Santiago Gar- cia Purposes to Find Out Whether 'Tis So. in ihe till ppl'lldl JMlhtH. l'"n tlltl ll.lH iiit) t for around llmt en n pit. die the accident tmaaing, the railroad claim depart refused id consider pny the klllltiK of h liurrn lit- I mTHE ECONOMISTS I I 1 ' a I ' . J 'I ! '. ' , !. ' . .. . 4 . Ml .MMMBHHMMinBnMBXHMMIk. I I r".r-niaeBa niflntin s nLULiiiiinn ummiLi. MARCUS P. SAWTELLE General Contractor Office & Carpenter Shop 211 West Gold Kama lirliit for Hula. Mannh. In Peace MuK.it. i K.i lli, (int., July Id. .Jt-4rnltoil. FUv thoiiKii :n) nic nbrrs tif th,. Masonic craft today hud a celebration In com memoration rf the one hundred yean of...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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