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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 16 July 1914

TintEE 1p wo Big Specials for Friday, Junly lto TITE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. W. M.. THURSDAY. JULY 1G. 1914 Ready-to -Wear On Sale Friday, July 17 AT 9:00 A. M. Great Wash Goods Special The best offer of the season. 50 pieces New Summer Material consist ing of New Dresden Figured Voils, 38 inches wide in neat rose pat terns; 3G-inch new stripe Crepes; 28-incU Fancy White Crepes and 25 pieces new Crepe Ratine in all leading shades, worth 35c yard, 28 inches wide. This entire lot on sale Friday, 0 a. m., g J at the low priceof per yard H jLatf C SEE ADVANCE SPECIAL DISPLAY Wonderful Rcady-to-Wear Bargains. Positively the great est Garment values ever offered. The greater majority of our mammoth slock of Ready-lo-Wear on sale at LESS THAN HALF-PRICE On Sale Friday, July 17 AT 2:30 P. M. 100 New Silk Petticoats Made of an excellent quality pure dye. All Silk Jersey top trimmed with a perfectly matched satin Messaline flounce of unusual clever and new design, worth $3.50 each and ca...

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. — 16 July 1914

roun THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. H., THURSDAY, JULY 16. 1914. The Evening Herald. piudiphcd by T!!K KKMi IIMtUI. INC VA I.LI A NT. Minnepr ;i nil.-, H. II. HKNIV'l . hdlmr puhllvhed every afternoon cx-t-f IH Kun.l.'iy, nl 1 .' I i.Hh pa oad Wicet, A I ii( i-t u-. N, M Ltitpted n ( "ii d In matter I i tin iiimiiII r 1 A'tiiinm r,in. V M under the A. I - f Match It, fino mi. nth hy mail ur arripr . t.i'c Hi., ti i'k In arra r I Urn. year by tniil or earner In inlviir-Q I j. ill Telepht lepnones: r.ii iiokp umi.h.. Kiltinri.il Kouma. .1(1 ,i....., I,, nukr the In! il in inn I've within u iiKonic, whatever tlml in- it. iiihv !. In i.l i r word, Hip I 'liivcl Hit V will inn nil il hupin'P uipip. which Ip hp li ahniild he II in 11 p M III 1 11 II n ' UII Ill 1 hr i tli f l, i nil. n .1 Inn it luili;,t" p nlhrr plate ill un li r hi. Ii better re- nbt.. itn il. in i il i.f ihi i hu-f nlii l i'ii li i.f tile tiltp ill n. . and Willi I lu ll.. nil iiMtUiii..n II K 1 1 .die ilt prune t...

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. — 16 July 1914

the evening nniAiD. AtsuaumaTTE. v. m., TmntsDAY. july iq. iei4. five N ew Mexico's Unique Building At the San Diego Exposition " iii i i n , ,, a I S ! H Hi ' -' -..'-, ilft I?- ,- ..w.-.TSuSi - w i.. rrrrft-r - jn j-r-mirre. . r ! - ' Ml ,lf -i ' i - -- - I I . , . ,k r ;-v, L; . s J t J H I J ; 1 tnonlii unit the liiin1in( IiikIhIIki Ion, HI fin r IiIoihIk IiIii rniil ronl i limn with Im mirriMinillni. Ttimlith lh othrt iiiitliliiim r fiinniKliiiiliiMi.il. they ni lonrhrd hrr nnil IhiTf lth niliM tlonn nnd rrl inrmvntu Hhiih lioprmK lh Mtorinh Influrnre. " Ihnl Mrl n't mriii liirr iin l purely t I ho ml lmnndi-il. Ai Hpmuah-i-onlnl li lilrml In. pir Kpunliin rnlnnlitl, It lonirnnm with thi nthrr. hnxlni n ni.inialVK lifHitty, rrt Pni of riiy vvhII. lrlnnnt ol hcHvy Mm k of imh ami hml" thin lintiniiinh It nl oii'f. A an ripoalt inn ulrm turo II la lilral. It l Ix'iiiitiful with th hmuty of aim pllrlly anil thp hfailtv nf u 1 1 1 1 1 . Thrrp In no "8lnrbrll' nbotit It No ai-riilln...

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. — 16 July 1914

THE EVENING JIERAID. ALBUQUERQUE. H. It. THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1814. ..............I...............,,,,.,..........,.... 5 T 1 day's Live News 10 VISITORS DAY IP TODAY Many Tropic From Surround ing Towns Make Trip to Doming to Scce National Guard and Regulars Work. NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR THE CITIZEN SOLDIERS Illy V. 1. 1 1 i'ii. k, l iil'i.i'n, I'oinp ni Hint Infantry.) I .1 mp VI. - T'" Itmnkn k Illllli'lg. N M . J K .1- it i n ill' I, i i n ; ul Willi llai' , lull fri'in ' I V 1 1 1 v II M mi wink nml ev i-t 1 him; i,. (i.r llii 'Hi. .hipnha ;i- nine in l onh f i i Kdwr I'iiy iiikI !i Hi pI.iI' ID 1 'i 'li.lli' hi t i"' " r' IiIk i v w H h t he r'i-' ul i ! IllllllH r ul v I i'llln lame Tin lii'tiium ll.lt lllll till ri Mi it'll K men. The at pr,, mines In be ii m l' li ri I nlimily i :h..m fiiii i emit ul In the l: ii.il-.t of .'A M.-l ii. I tin1 regular 1 1 I I l-"i i ili rli k. tin' wi K in nf nml In co-oper- Iin I'll .1 Hi. i I'i' iiiii'. r I, mull r mi .-i v t ntlnll m ii h Hi I I...

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. — 16 July 1914

SEVEN Just to Show What Poor Judgement Jeff Shows at Times. By "Bud" Fisher. TeTlM vpmk ' la'a-cr ioin i b.u stt IV THE I T'-P C"t tSTn. ATS Hte I V i j w evr ot 1 i WROmL TlftCv ) tnv V(i WANT TO " ' GO WuN . LrtI That 61 t l ' XU tNlL(l FLIP'S HO"""t 1 j ;K THE EVENING HEUAtD, AUHWTJEllOUE, H. M., THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1914. 1 10 j s , - ivss j -J f- 4 I I 1 r- LaIi . i . ii Today's Market Reports LONDON WOOL MARKET CONTINUES STRONG Uimlon, July 16. The i.fTcnnmi t (ho imiI niKlmn wiIph i1n Hinounl fil lu U.t.a Imli'it, tMi'luil!rK a l'im--r pm Iim lion of nii rin.. (irnmy nif riniw wire In ulroiiic tlciininil lit 1 4il to In i AmcrkiiMii Imuithl mmir of the Ih'kI crmli'H Mini uIho a iiunnlily i( criHwIircdii. Victorian incilnn roUI hi liKli ' i). Chicago Orain. Clilinit", July It. rnrpRponMlvi' rRlilFn Mini ritvornlilr iroif.K wi'Hlh rr cliirfMH-d when I ut Iho ciit-nlnK Imlny, the prli'p (kIiik bu'if u cvnt liinlir In Hi nluhl. The rloae wan utroitK. HlUc I" l'ilSr uliovt, lnt mith...

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. — 16 July 1914

EIGHT THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, W. M., THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. Crescent Hardware Co. II STOVES AND RANGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AOENTS FOR Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Tamp t 318 Weit Central .venue bookbinder: RULING, SPECIAL FOP.MS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 208-210 West Gold Avenue Phon4tO Ljf A A A A A A A A EAT MATTHEW'S VELVET ICE CREAM Thone 420 C. T. FRENCH mm km, in it i ;t -rii I- Mil M.Mr II. Mily AnMant. Ilftli and Central. I'linne y unit Might, &o. Expert Hair Work. C'im In iikx made liil o awilihea, tranafnrmallona, puffn, curls, etc.: a Hi he dyed. Mils. M. I'l HKN Marlncllu hlion. fhone IK. 11 r). 4th St FREE While they last; With each box of Nadine Face powder a 25-cent box of Nadinola Talcum Powder. WIILIAMS DrillO GO, 307 West Central Phone 789 COAL AND WOOD Best Mountain Wood GALLUP COAL in any quantity TROTTER Thone 912 Yel!drillin, Wclldrivinjr and Irrigation Plants IMMIII.N. TMs. l MI'S A...

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. — 17 July 1914

The County Road Board Says Your $3. Road Tax Will Go Where It Belongs This Year life hundred million dollars ii a pretty fair little tteal even for the New Haven financiers. 3 H itands for the hole into which Republican party harmony has disappeared. 7 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS rmnrsK-rrnxK?!. Vol. If. No. . AttUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. TWELVE PAGES TODAY Tiita EVF.tfi iinuin ViU 4. N. Ill, BELIEVED EI IF LOIIC PERIOD OF BLOODSHED IS AT HID III SPUTTERED MEMI REPUBLIC United States Continues Vigorous Effort to Force Carranza to Take Possession of Government by Diplomatic Means and to Declare General Amnesty in favor of Huerta Sup porters and Oppressed Clergy. Moheno, Federal Minister of France, Predicts Short Shrift for Constitutionalist Government and Declares With in Ninety Days Huerta will be Most Popular Man in Mexico. Text of the Guardalupe Pact. WashlnKton. July 17. Thi I'nited. Flute continued t.icl.iy in exert It Inriuciit, with ilencrul Carrania I') brln al...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE EVENINO HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. MARCUS 1 SAWTELLE 1 Central Contractor I Office & Carpenter Shop H 211 West Gold P BELIEVED END (Ctmllnuitl from TViire One.) W h.lc Ve-n,t,i l.aluilelt llime h'ip Lni.il. fi t i i r rnun'i.r nf w.i. 1- w.'li lil i.hl chief, w.n" Irltthi'-tK-it Into a Mite of huli-t l iho ib-m. Ni.i until tnrlv tn,i ilnl llii- in'W f oh the men lni li il llu II n m i t..il.n, Hi, it Kr in. In 'nrl.ii I .1. io whom lluerli tinned mrr tlir i . I v li.iiul n x. Oi in. Iwiit i r i I i k . n Oeliernl 'ill i tut. ii t utile t-. llu ii It : ). Tin Ir thauiin w.ip uti'li-K.il ' l ATTOIIM.V (. l.Htl. It) till IO lllM.V-. Iii-I Mcxlm fiiy, July 17 lit aid" fiomop Itobeln. rilinr-ipv irciiei.i l the niu:ilir. him romm d. tjoneral llernandex. ifoverti'.r ul 1 1. In itml f.itlit r-lh-lnw "f Vi.l.ii Inn. llnerta, nn of tin" ex pn i tent. Inn Mn renlutied. The niaie on-la-tuto n iinlr.l-il I'ru.e im o Caneoo Mi d lum. i rTiv or .i mx IS ItlMI'M II ...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1914. 11 On 6ale Saturday, 500 WOMEN'S BUNGALOW APRONS Made of good quality Percales in light and July 18, at 9 a. m. 100 WOMEN'S LONG KIMONOS A Great Sale of 500 Skirts All kinds, styles and sizes. No trouble Women's Skirts to be Sold to be suited in this vast assortment Made of Fancy Lawns, neat patterns, . A dark colors. A G5c value. 39c 75c value. On sale 39c On sale for for 11 On Sale Saturday, LONG SIIK GLOVES AT 79c PAIR 20 dozen Silk Gloves, lG-button lengths, in White, Black and all leading shades. All sizes. Genuine values, $1.25 and $1.?3 pair. . On fpecial sale, Saturday, 2:30 p. m. only for, n pair 79c July 18, 2:30 p.m. SILK HOSE AT 15c PAIR 25 dozen Ladies' Silk Hose in White, Black and Tan, full sized and a great value at the price. Very special for thi3 hour only 15c Wool and Btilliantinc Skirts in assorted col ors and weaves. Value3 to $5.00 1 On sale at $1.95 A pecial line of New Wool Skirts, all new models ...

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. — 17 July 1914

rotm V M THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1914. The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. i ANNUAL JULY CAS A u A m VALU i 1 o FOR IV 5ee Window Display Mens Suits A GREAT SUIT OPPORTUNITY SUMMER AND WINTER SUITS ON SALE. 400 SUITS TO PICK FROM. NOTHING RESERVED ALL REDUCED MEN'S SUITS WORTH UP TO $20.00 ON SALE AT $10.00 MEN'S SUITS WORTH UP TO $25.00 ON SALE AT $12.50 MEN'S SUITS WORTH UP TO $30.00 ON SALE AT Men's High Grade Shoes A GENUINE CLEARANCE OF ALL MEN'S LOW SHOES. TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE LINE OF SELZ AND BURT AND PACKARD LOW SHOES. ALL GOOD STYLES AND SIZES. VALUES FROM $3.00 TO $5.00 A PAIR, - " DN SAtEtfOW, - $1.95 OUR REGULAR LINE OF FINE RALS TON LOW SHOES. ALL WORTH $5.00 PAIR. ON SALE FOR. PAIR, $3.65 yO PER CENT REDUCTION ON ALL E0Y3' SUITS AND KNEE PANTS. Men's Hats WE IIAVt THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S HATS IN THE CITY. ALL ON SALE. BETTER VALUES THAN EVER BEFORE THE FAMOUS JOHN B. STETSON $5 00 HATS ON SALE FOR $3.95 200 MEN'S HATS,...

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. — 17 July 1914

FIVE n n III Ann 7 7 u. Mil iv THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. N. It., FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1DH. in a n f fp n (i n J lii U' Ju Li ill -t ,, ICE CREAM from Grimshaws Chocolate Shop FREE On Monday, July 20th Suits Suits 20 Ladies' Suits in Pongee, Rajah, Repp, etc., Values to $15.00 SPECIAL Suits Suits 100 plain and fancy Tailored Suits in Blacks, Navy Blue, Tan, Brown, Grey, Red and Green. In this lot are included some of the copies of European Models' and sold in a regular way up to $35.00. CHOICE ?loo Suits Suits 50 extra handsome Tailored Suits, in domestic and imported cloths; made by the very best tailors in this country. These suits include the very best models that have been shown this season and many of them sold as high as $50.00. CHOICE 14 98 Silk Petticoats Brocaded Silk Crepe Fetticoats, with double scams, and wide enough to permit walking. SPECIAL 66c Silk Petticoats Heavy Wash Silk Petticoats, white ground with a heavy cord in Tan, Blue. Gray or Black; cool and durable. S...

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. — 17 July 1914

TTTE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQ7ERQUE, N. M., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. "si The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mcx ic an Revolution ft DANE COOMDGE Wl," "IMTuktt" ilk lUutrmtn,j DON J. LAVLN lUl'ihl. i14, tjr Hi,k A. Mnnsif J (Continued fninl eMcriluy.) Ho paon nam and form, rmoKina; fiercely nt hruun paper cliearoitoH. and Kill the hIi- p romo bark. The thnn-tor-clouds inor thn mountains rom blither and tunn-d to tluik. Iliry M down aktrts and frlnaci and sudden ntihs of llulitnin, u the wind nicked In from tho south. And tlit-n, with a slanh of rnln. thn shower was tipon them. At the. first hi drops Crnr-la stirred uneasily In her deep. 8ho started up the rtorin burst over tbetn; thru, s Hud i t. ki d up (hi) saddle blankets and rprad them over her. alia drew him clown besiu.i her and they ant ouf thn norm tup-other. Hut It n more to them than a nlii.rinn of cover, a patient enduring; f tha elements, and tha sweep of wind ond ruin. When they Thay Thruat and Parried No Mor...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1014 SEVEN JERRY BLOSSOMS OUT IN SUMMER TOGS VTJT ON in Tt '3TTiU7 TitX SfaMg TPiS - MET ' 'v l 7 Sx -r-;j I. ... --(. 1 I OCT k :a Ogvjm V, Vr CAM VTAffTyl TV ' - I 117 X J I (I V V if t s - II a 1 I - : llTl ' " LOOK.-) v . 2.V . 2 .V .:! j All Sound Bananas, dozen.... ; 1 I im. I". y itm'M 3 Ikh. nli-p p ill ikI I'iiii hm .. I i:ir f.m. y l.i-MK'ii" 1..H Er i HI uf I '. ll In K 1.111 KO mi "f Tillll 111 I'S , t i aim uf H fiM "i.rii - 1 ili.x. l''Mmtlni ('urn ; iinmi iii.iliiy Kkiimi I'liffcc. . , ; Kill- ill:illly HnllHI " if f . . . . . ? 1 1 1 1 1 1 v ltmiKl fnffrr. . . . I J IIih. r ItiM t fumir I.mi i 11 llm. of 'unn Simir l.mt II .-Ht iii.i!lty !impnwir Trn IV' fl... I-iin lliirnn. 1 1 aK' n Linn Arini.ur'n I.lchlllmi.' Hnap S-V 15c BACA DENIES GRAB CITY IS ATTRilGTlVE . . DM . . 2.V . . 211- 0 REPUBL CAN y 'i m.iir n li'i- iiiik' Hi-nun. !l-'iiini; r..i-n-li'r jrliit i , .1 III ihII ('Ui I t Tim up Wir.i -iit.h M'iii...

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. — 17 July 1914

$4 I i EIGHT TITE EVENINO TIER AID, AtBUQUIItQUE, N. M FRIDAY. JULY 17. 1914. I P a PHI x A (i! ft! -fi 1 1 I ' 1' I h C) (0) 1 j " " Ch p I jj I Vi il ii H s&P 11 Vj7 jc 11 Vm7J lie 11 11 11 je 11 11 H O l! I SATBlfly, JILv 18, 1S14 HPO COMMEMORATE THE EXTENSIVE REMODELING OF OUR STORE, JUST Completed. We want everyone to know how thoroughly we are equipped to fill any ) Tobacco wants satisfactorily as to quality, quantity, condition or service. We arc proud of our newly equipped store. We feel that we have something to feel good about, and we want our patrons and friends to join us in celebrating this event, hence the following extensive free offers. Be sure and see our windows. 1) Special Prices on All Cigars by the Box Our Leading Brands Imported Cigars HENRY CLAY LA CAROLINA ROMEO AND JULIET FARTAQAS BOCK 'Clear Havana Cigars NATHAN SCHLOSS EL SIDELO TADEMA CORINNA MURIEL Seed Havana Cigars LA AZORA LA FLOR DE ROTHENBERO LA FLOR DE MENDEL AMORITA t ,'flj Nickel Cigars RECOR...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 17 July 1914

the "Ad-reading" habit. It's the twin brother of the saving habit. CAREFUL reading of th'a advertisements in thj Herald today vill be worth money to you, u GET EDITORIAL SECTION ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1011. PART TWO mm SECOND IBS DEMID THAT mum mm resign; nml bolting ticmnrrat. were In the addle. Charles Chudwltk anil John W. Wilson, regarded n the strategist "f the Peanut Itrlgade of tlin Hunt right force, were tncre, so were l"Ul ,l. Hue, the real strategist nl the anti-Seller Iicniocrats: llrv. Har mon P. Wiillums and FrniHln K Wood. Thti lutler two are not rel dent of the second ward. They came ovrr from the first lo denounce Mr. Skinner nml scold the newpsper for nui helping curry nut ln Itepuh- 11. an iiitrr:n When the meeting not under way the evidence iif adtnit stage-manag ing were much tn evidence, but ev erybody questioned professed pro round Ignorance a t the real, au thcim of the fully. Clyde Tlngley I.......I Ik. ...II l.t.. I. ..ld lhrt .I..V scntat...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 17 July 1914

TWO THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.f FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1914. The Evening Herald. I'm ill lud by Till. I I MM, III It l l. IV'- CKMHUH M VAI.I.IWT. M (liner II II. IIKMV'I r.diinr l'uMUhe.t every afternoon rrin Snn.liv, nt Hi St'l Mxnifl Hire, t, Albu nn rciiir, N. M. Iti'tcrc.l on c nml I in matter t Iho ."M"lH'l' III AII'll'I'U'l'l'" . N. St.. under the A t of M:inh . It i 'J. on.' ini Hi i'V mall or cnrrler.Mio Him khIi l. i inner lie I'm- inr bv in. ill or carrier In n I' mi' n . . . I.', til) Telephones: rHinllii'MM Kilitoi lul I Hlb e .'. . Ilonm. , ..mi . .in UN 1111. Ill V EVtl'l.V'i; of Ihn i!ioig,inia 1 1 - ii i.r the it. I'll ' in ii ii I'.iriy in New Mold Ihim been lll'.lllll IIU- ll' lnr tIMllllilM prist. It lf now i" i i I. i t that nil who run imo rend iiihI It Ik ,.f ii tliHi.i-lir whl'h rh"iil'l i in niirimi' tho I miiiim IiiIh of IHIV i nlllitv III till! state to ! tlouhlcd effort. The ultcmpt "T " 1 1 1 1 t mil' hlnc ! Ink" tin- l'rn (Iiiiih lulu iiiiii him f...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 17 July 1914

i There VfaslOne Little Tiling I xan. u NRU V. wetc Astto Ynii , -ch gy 8o Her; (TTA GT Tie Coir, T V- J HQ, 1 jJ 0 irtf oltf,THKT42ON0 OT- ' r ! iiinr nuininii mirn I' . a nu.ubcr of which are un. r.r.ni- wnTTrr i MM UVLMI IMPORTATlQn 0 LIVE STOCK overnment Maintains Strict Scrutiny Over Animals Brought into Country for Breeding Purposes. WiixliiiiKtoii, July 17. In oawi 'o a breeder nf live stork and ucalrn import a. nuiii.icr of animals fur iiiin purposes r possibly a .t, lin d Ixi 1 1, li.nir or ram for the iprovcmcnt of your herd or f'nek, will Ixi well to know that I ho I vil li Kotiriiiiii'iit maintains a strict poriihion, over Iho rmry of ouch Hii 'lx ml ) till country. Tho same o runny la exercised ovr deer, uiH ur other pel animals, which ii'lti'i travelers eomoliinra wish to " u In. nir us int 0r as mumcntos their travels. In cither ihko It will ha advisable i I r making a purchase or en kiiik space (or the animals on a i.iit.liii until you have ascertained I -i what, req...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 17 July 1914

tour THE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. 4- Cir nrt HmiiiiniA f UOLUU 1IU1UVVU1C LrU. I; STOVES AND RANGES f j . . 3 PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS s AGENTS FOR ' Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pamji J 318 Weit Central Atcbm " I PHONE 315 ' BOOKBINDERS i RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 20S-210 West Gold Arena Phone 440 EAT MATTHEW'S VELVET ICE CREAM Thone 420 C. T. FRENCH ITM IIM, lilltrXTOU t .MH YLMr It. iMlif Apalatnnt. Fifth- ami (vmral. Plum ixijr ami Mg'l, tU. Expert Hair Work. t'omhingi made Into awlti.hpa, tranaformationa, pufTa, curia, etc.; allhea dyed. M1IS. M. I'l III.N Marlm-llo Hhoo. I'hune 11 f. 4th St. FREE While they last; With each box of Nadine Face powder a 25-cent box of Nadinola Talcum Powder. WILLIAMS DRUG CO. 307 West Phone Central 7S9 Best Mountain Wood GALLUP COAL in any quantity TROTTER Phone 912 OUR JULY DISCOUNT SALE CONTINUES 20 to 50 per cent redac tion on Diamo...

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. — 18 July 1914

We will Give the Democrats and the Editors of New Mexico the Time of Their Lives on August 17lh IT s. i ,Ij I IT ipwpi xm quit like a real sport anyway. is plain that Alderman Skinner does not intend to be skinned. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS r iiinnx MTniin, Vol. 1. Nit. . ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1914. THIS KVFNlnJO IfRItAI.n Vol,. 4. Ml. lit. ill U "a- -r i HE PEACE i J IV SEEiflSTO BE SURE Carranza Sends Delegates to Meet Carbajal's Commission ers, with Power to Arrange for Transfer of Government. BELIEVE CARBAJAL READY TO SURRENDER United States Continues to Bring Pressure to Bear to , Force Declaration of Gen eral Amnesty from Carranza MmhIiIiiuIimi. July IH. To dem-oii-lmlc ilutl Hie new iriiMiiinl itolcriiiiMUl In i-4i, wMh'm (at rtlnti' k'iv wfc limit liit-llicr llnnd-lnil, I rani Ixn (arltajnl. lliicrtn'p wicifviir, itribiiil Ih federal fianr In rtuciiutc Nan I ill INiIimI, iiim nf Hit Inrui i HIi In central Mcxli". I.ciufnl I nrinn, I lit riniuil-iilloiinli...

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. — 18 July 1914

THE EVENINO HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. II., SATURDAY. JULY 18. 1014. (9 ft i. MONDAY ONLY JULY 20 th MONDAY ONLY JULY 20lh Two ress Specials for TWO T 1 V r Monday Only we offer garments having sold . . if r ft i r r o .J! originally Jrom plz.DV to $ 1 7.50 each, made of Fancy Crepes, Embroidered Voiles, Linens, Imported Ratines, made in the newest effects. Just the thing for party or street wear at an Extremely Low Price GARMENT SECTION SECOND FLOOR 1 (5T (C f wc ffcr dresses selling regularly Qt RoO)at from $4.00 to $7.50, made of Gingham, Pique, Lawns or Organdies, neatly made and trimmed, an excellent garment for morning wear, home or street use. BE SURE AND SEE THEM. A Genuine Special GARMENT SECTION SECOND FLOOR I rj I tt Waste Paper Bakets 16 Button Gloves Muslin Gowns Muslin Drawers Palm Leaf Fans A large assortment for yjur selec- Ladies' Cliamoisette Gloves, woith Ladies' Gowns, nicely trimmed in Trimmed in embroidery or plain Just the thing for the porch. tion. Special Monda...

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