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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 26 February 1914

THE EVENINQ IIEHALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2i. 1914. THREE. II SHORTS ir mmmmtTm """"' mm mmm II II KlfiG GEORGE SEES BEHAN SYNDIGATE HIS FIRST GAME OF BASE -BULL Ruler of the British ' Gives Cordial Welcome to Mem bers o f Great American Teams on Chelsea Field. EXHIBITION IN LONDON NOTABLE OCCASION. Iljr Uixil W ire to r.vcn.ng llcrahl. I..itl..ii, Feb. 28. Three hr.tity Amerluti cheers and u tiger u (he WollOlll,. gllPn ,y l 111- bllsebllll (flllllS tii King tienige mi i)a hi iimiI today II tin. I'helscu foul bull ground to ttlt ncs the game Iwiwri n the .New York unci ;'lii'umi teams. The player w re grouped Immcdi nlely In front f the royal Imx uml the initio of I he hurrahs immensely phased the royal sportsman, who rr- pculplll.V hl.Wed iHH Sekhow le.lg.i- incnis. The king wns nccompimicd by Will- tT Hillf Puge, (ill Ull Mule ambus- sudot. uml I In' mil K'.iiT ul (he Anur Itun embassy, ii w i-l 1 an a large hiiIiu ol cuiiii unit IiiIm. 1h ambassador intr... lin...

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. — 26 February 1914

FOUR. TITE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, Tt. If., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914. The Evening Herald. I'uMMm l l.y The Kvniiitf !! rx ill. Inc. (iii rt. S Valiant. Miiihiki r. II I ' II. 1 1 i ..' I 'in.. i Of fliml r.r i.f th Cllir of A ItMlfpH'ruUli. I'lihHHhed ever afternoon et erpl full. In', nt i:4 .North fcai'und r-.lreet, AlbU'iut rum. .V M. Kntered an ."'nn-l-t matter I lb punt..!'!, n i.l A Inunierijiio. N M., un.lif the Art of March I. 1 7 tj. Hii nionih by ii, ml or carrier. It" diin week l.y iiitmr lr On )ar br wail nr carrier In advam $ 00 Telephnnoa 1(7 unit 1. i:. I JlHIN-IIV 'lit,-, in litt an 0l.1lt1.1rv null.' M In h"fii. ,1 N...I f.iMVWll I' li.tli.t .I'hm-. f'-l M l'l.,l '.fill, pant i.llir ..! "I lii i: run II. 11I. I . 11. 1 1.. 1 n 11 itnrn pant ii.iiii.' Ii il with tlu- Mt.ii- iill'tIO l' fll'lt M !! III 1 ll'l"IN llll' 1 . i 111 1 1 . 1 nirlt!'' n. Ii.im" li.il.t l.i l.i inn,- llll- iilil' l i.l On- . Mi'ii .111 nl Snm.i r'f Mr. J1.hliHi.11 in 11 iiiwn .l'IT Wll...

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. — 26 February 1914

TIIE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1914. THHIFF ADDING TO OUil FOOD SUPPLY SAYS SECRETARY RED HELD Head of Department of Com merce Deliver! Optimistic Speech on Prospects for Prosperity. OUTLINES EXTENSIVE SCOPE OF HIS WORK Hamilton. ., Feb. St . An oil tnistlc iprp4.lt rnnocrnlnif whin lie ex pects tu lie the result of the now tar iff In', und utiillnltiK the hroud scope of the work of hm d'-iiMtlmciil, was made last night before the chamber of commerce tiy He .'"liiry William . llcdrtcld or I In- department of commerce. Ilia add s was oa fol lows: I ahull speak to you todny of thu Work of the department jf rum mc-rcc; liut before doing ao will place before you certain facta which mine to my snow ledge shortly before leaving Washington, and w hit-It I am Hire you will hud of g.-nt-rul inu-iest. ii ... ... i ... " -.,-.,......, ' " lima or nnoiher wiut Hie effei t of, the new tariff is. Lots of things are laid at the door of the tariff wht ll, have nu re...

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. — 26 February 1914

BIX THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, IT. II., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1914. f y y y y y y y y SERVICE AND SOLIDITY The Banking Requisites t y y y y y V y y y y V y y y y y y y y y y y y y y THE satisfactory bank-the only bank which can be of real benefit to the business pub lie is that which, while assuring absolute se curity, is prepared to give expert and courteous service not only to depositors but to the publio generally. The success of the STATE NATIONAL BANK has been built upon this winning combination of Service and Solidity. Your account is solicited. State National Bank OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. THE ORIGIN OF (iiMoKti-al Surrey A report n the geology of I,ong Island, written by Myron I.. Fuller, unit Just Issued ly Ihu United Htutes geological survey, will lie of Interest to a very lurge number of persona In l Inn thickly populated rcg-tor. and elsewhere. Although the mineral ri 'Miurii'i of tli lnl.mil urc nut par4 lli'uhirly nolnlile, some of Its cius n,i il n tola are of econ...

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. — 26 February 1914

You'd Hardly Think This Possible, Would -' " - rtutf PPRfruiwe. . .7i , . vw., hut dvu-rTCG Or tnn powtxRON Dfl1, , Af,& LIT CM.v "0 THlT 1S MML TETTnAZZNI HAS HER PICTURE IE RERE "V-r ' u ... Famous Grand Opera Star Albuquerque People Cordially Stops for Half an Hour at Invited to Attend Interest Noon With Company on ing Event Tomorrow After Way to Coast. j noon. INDIANS AID ARTISTE ' IN EFFECTIVE POSING .lni'. Tt ttmzxini, furnous niuiul l-ru fiittr, iv in AUuirl' 'I'' iiiMiiiltiK for tin If hii hour wuh hr IIIUINIK I', Wllllum luhy. Kflil It lam fiy nf (I'll pt'ili scvrriil ol thtiu mil' tl HltiKt rx, w ith whom thr hu Im i lour I hii p mih-I ml nOifB the J'liilfU- con Hi. Thr coiii,ihii In irav- ling on the CiilHorniM llinlinl uiij will gtt lo iliuml I iiiiyon. !n ru thv KK'lil niHK'T itiiiom to lllllku till) trip !. a the UMkIiI AiikI tr.ml If wi aihi r i oiiilPloiia p"rmli. Thin mornliiK while Iruln atop iel .re Mine f'1'ttrm.lnl d hi pn-'iire lukn alone and powil iih a nu...

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. — 26 February 1914

V lion?. Tin; evitotq herald. ALBircnmiQTrE, r. w.. tutjusdat, tebiiitaiiy 2G. idh. 3 f:;i:A Wright's Trading Post I n t i i hie vt torn ana uoia Vvr 'l'U UINE Indin NAVAJO JUST RECEIVED A h' '.m. ul t-t liii. l-ti. "tvl. :u In c:t.r ih .n . .i i ! i iiimi Vn'ir .in iiinii- v., II i,p ipj.n . in. V nil g We r-iii Kodak, i rr a i - ..iri(il. give i .ir' iui i, mi n j 1 1 i attention o Uc Gray .itoru Miiiiiii riir tlO Wi-i Central Ate. It 521. BOOKBINDERS RULING, SPECIAL F0P.JIS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 20S-210 West Qold Arenue Phone 440 r-M-t-tttttttttttlttt It tlislftaagj aoaaa linn i Lcr.p's Falstaff and Draught Beers are the choicest products of the brewer's art. A trial will convince you. Consolidated THE ! AQT vitzu !r Of OUR REDUCTION SALE HImiiioihIh ami ntili. Ill r cent Mcrliiiu Silver. Ill M r cut 11IT. Wldt Plutol Warn. -!. I mt nil. .i. . !rv ,....1 i: .m- n ir ,.n. l"i k., ;." r ii'iit nil. ,0 s I,..;., .,.,s a.. ,-r i vim un. ...

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. — 27 February 1914

THAT $12,000,000 Trust Deed Makes a Noise Like a Kail TOD.iY'H KV.WH TIU.V Vm frt it in iii iimum). wir mu mnih in IS cr-nlg imk tlHIrered t your door flfi ccnta lijr null. road. TKIMCNB-CmZEN. ol. la. No, . ALBUaUERftUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1014. iu a. mi. . V-H! Kiiill (im Vjji JG 1 kJ'i i Jul REPARATIOH FOII HHIG OF VERGARA DEMANDED Cabinet at Meeting Today De termines that Execution of American Citizen Cannot go Unpunished. carranzawill TAKE CHARGE AT JUAREZ All Future Arrests of Foreign ers in Mexico will be Report ed to American Counsul Texas Ready to Protect Us. Ity I .rated Wna lu .eiiliuj fleraltl.) V oNlimuliin. Keb. It. ctTe- V tilt 1 I lilHmlHI. I ll l.llf laMliiy I hnl a demand lor tin1 puntah- iikim i.l I hum. n i'"iiiilc for ili kill. iik of Clcmi tile Vi i Kniii had been k. in li I he lulled Stale lo Hie llii.iln Kiiiiuiimiil. - WaHliiiim n. Ki ll. i'. Tiint Aini-riiati ii I'lnnii'iil -KunlM liuiiKUiK of l 'li iiii iiN- Vi-iania Atnci n un rllUvll. lii-a...

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. — 27 February 1914

f iwo. THE EVENINQ HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. If.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1014. NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS; ninFcT fhom thr iximi Tinmen to vnr. thr i.Anr.rj"T AMOHTMi:.4T AMTIKUmKr I HU KS I "Oil BTIUCTLT UHiU UltAIHi fitMJDH. THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADING COMPANY lift fcOlTIl MXM fcT. 1'HO.MC ti. Aztec Fuel Co. 1 . s p uuuup aJIUIW VUUI .vvJ Cleanest Coal in the market THOS. BLAKEMORE Funeral l.Mr"icr and F.tnhaJmes Commercial Club KuiltllnC oppoaite l'upti.riii li.lY ASMsTWT. mate, Amluilance liar or Klffbl. Office I'liono IITi. RidPDfe I'hnne UST HEW YORK CENTRAL Albert H. Harris Declares Railroads Would be Glad to be Relieved of Grief of Di versified State Control. Ily lirawd Wire In Kvonlnc TlernM aahiiigtun. Fell, il - I i dcral m 'iiriiirullnii anil .xcluaiv e ledciul r-Kiliii Inn of laauea ir railroad ac.ur H Ira weru recommended lu the hoiiae onmme.ee rtunmiaainn today hy Al lien li. Jlurrla, vice preaidcni uml general coiinac) for thr New York (Vnlrul llnea. "Moat of In people In the rai...

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. — 27 February 1914

TEE EVENING nERALD. ALBTJQTJEItQUE, N. II., IRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1014. THREE ! ; SPORTS i r n FEDERAL MAGIiATES GATHER C GO SIXTY-TWO HOURS TO FLY ACROSS ATLANTIC OCEAN Hinted that Some Stars will be Copped off When World Tourists Reach New York. fit I routed Wire to Evening Herald. Chicago. Feo. 17. -Federal league magnates pathi-red here today fur then niMllnj tomorrow, si which riii Impnititnt business I expected to come up. President ; 11 more wild, however, ihitt no complete roster ul the league's plat-s would lit. given imii, th mugnute hnvln concluded to mimiunra (hem Irani by team. Hume of the team nr mill nego tiating with players whose name they wluli In ihe router when It In pub llHheil. and they lire anxious Id wnlt. In this connection, President Weegh mun of the Chi. ami club hinted that he wn ifri. to naming hir pin vein until he had met the world tourist on their arrival at New York. The Federal leaguers, It la midertonl, lire confluent that some of their offer to tho...

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. — 27 February 1914

FOUR. The Evening Herald. Tha Evening Hnaid, Inc. (;., t-p H. ViiiiiHiii, MuiKUcr. II II Hi mux I :l it i Official rT"'i" f tha C.l of A Unique tquo. I'uhllnhed every sfternonn el rept e'undny, ft I 1M North Kecond Mreet, Alluiiieriue, N. M. entered sa second -class matter at ! pnatoffl.. bI AHii.)iieriue, N. M , under l ha Art uf March I. On mi. nth hjr null or carrier , lor Ona week by carrier lie 'ar by mull or carrier lo advanca 1100 Telephones III and III. AIUXK.IIT LIMITS. Tin- it v cniui.ll. hi ii im-eium Monday iimlit. in in in kt- up for lin. 'I ilii.Miii.in iln- iiuiiur ..r iiihiiIIihk iin llll-IIIKtlt allot huhllUg at Hem. In place Hi I lie 'li . HI .. i.ill, .1 mi.i.n lii'hl n IiimImIi " ii nili r hIiiiIi Mi Irr iintiily hnir In; 1,1k nlnii. with ii 'until nniiiii, iuiiI hip intr ire ini.'titly uMliuut ihrtii when their in mi mi .on in n.aht. I'ndrr Mm- .i hi ..mil made l. tlir liulllllin i nl i.il .ilii.ll the li.l.lll li.lliil mat uf I In- all mailt Hint. In ill Ii" ap...

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. — 27 February 1914

2. THE EVEKINQ ITER A LP, AOUQUERQUE, N. M., IHIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. TITSL ;AprhM through the Influent of i t r f V (lenerai Howard and remained until Hiinn nmthfir nf rVirtrnri ,he between iho Indian ana lhvvu urviuer vi rumvus .. lne ,ovcrnm,nl , ,,;i w nen he r,. Ckitf Ctihie lion A in itrtrnni ! I aigned hln poHl..n. Wlttf ASIMM (tiioviiH A. Nerved With Mile. Tucaon. Arts., Yb. 27 lt..l.lln Intlnlnle tile Sacred eecTrt of the lo cation of the grave of the great A purlin t hl'f. foclnae. hi "blond brother," 'ii(iiIti Thomii Jcffiird. Iho fnmnua iinneer Iriillnn trader and I'nlted Wale Military rourler. inHfi'tl nway ill hla ranch nt uwl'it 1 1 on (I. 35 mllea north of Tii. "on lut wn'k ul the. advanced age t SJ ira. The dlHIuilch t c-1 1 1 1 1 K of hi death dial Mnt atate the rumn nf hie death, lull II Ik aupiioaed to Imve been aomo amltlen ak'kne n three week hh. hen the grlxited old In.llnn fighter wa In lhe i.lly to meet Hlnte IWtor Inn Thoma Karlh. he looked well nnil hear...

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. — 27 February 1914

THE EVENING HERALD. AIBTJQTjntQTfE. IT. K. TTIIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1C14. TEACH YOUR CHILD QUARTEH-G EfJTU R Y HOW TO BE HEALTHYl V OF II UNIVERSITY IS APmiliTOQfID hlHIIVLIIJM JI'Iiiliw lb mi -I Motion nt I'mm In fant y I ll-illi-x I.inmI IIciiHIi In ImUv liat . Wit innin.l nil start l.fc wllli tin lolwillliigi I" nf liniln, 1 1 1 1 1 cveiy i 1 1 1 1 1 lii.ru In entitled 111 i it ii i it.i Kf iviimI health Thmut-h utiff ri uii-tj iKiiiirniic r in- l ift li p in tin. find ing of a hnl.y ;it tiny ni m h nun "me ili r.uivi i The ihxm.iei spri-nds till lrl ,,. Int.. If tin- ini'ilii r ri.iiie it tin two liii f or gan fin wliii li tin itiLini i finf ! l Mini In I'll ill 1. 1 n.: Kii.ii mirfi'i iiik If nr- cailping It the hiiiIii I'm l UllnWflJ to cummin often result. Tlifr In. Imwcvir a lut tii, m rifl tlif- nii grave nilim-nts im nci union fur 'll' Hllllg 1)1 llll lull tt should Im ilnlif Itiitunlh In t" give the li.iliy u small fliini of n mild I tX.ll IV c-tntlli . I,, t)u. liitlint .f ...

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. — 27 February 1914

the evening iierald, albttquzrqite, ct. iu Friday, februaryj?, 1914. IIVE1T. ' IF GACK HURTS OEiilfj ON SALTS Would You Say This Was a Good Suggestion? By "Dad" Fisher. v oii.i. c.ix in vKN ovn. n( ao&T, mm J1iih )imr Kiilm-) mi n-lonnllr If f.t. j" i- 2 mi Mil iiit'iit riiltiil. No man or woman who eat meat reajuiuilv inn make niiHiake l ftiiKliliig the kldnea nccnaioiiuily, a n well-known authority. Meat forma urle ll. I.I wh,,h rvilM the klilnc. ii-V l come overworked from the atrinn, get .tntui-h end (nil io Mtt thH w.intc miJ imiImhim tnun tin' blond, then .. get nl. k Nearly nil rli.uina- tlKIII, III lnllll llCH, litlKIII', dixanc lin mi I tlixurtlel kldnt a. llver trouble, wtv alee plenca ami come from alugglHh Tin- moment yon feel a dull m ho In I lie kidney iir ottr back hurt or if the urine I cloudy, olTenive, (nil of eeiliiiicn'. Irregular of puiumge or at tended l.y ii cnallnn of aciiltiiiig. mop rating meat mill getlibout lour oiiik if J.kI Salt rrnm any pharmacy; t...

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. — 27 February 1914

no TIT, TIIE EVENTNQ HER AID. ALBUQUERQUE, T7. K., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1 014. SOS ,3rd and Gold I nf 4 1i A . if if' VINE Indian il -IV y iiRifn in liilVHUU 'JBCmRSBmSB JUST RECEIVED . ili'i mi i.f i',r lni..i -iilii i, ..iiitii mi. I K"!.l.r We are towr l 'i ' stiypi i'i.ii ir i.. i ti i n on hiali l.iaa up-m-ilale 'irk. y.i'ii I'Hiii.n, k will i.f. tt i ' i . rt ' : i i.ii ami , ciy effort made in j.!..iee ' a V. r m Ki dnVn. . ntry h i'..mi'!'!.. Inn i.f Amateur rSitpptirn, nnl Kite i -in fui ii ml imiii'. attention t Kuiliik flninliin. Uhc Gray Studios t.ltOI'Ml Allmiiti riiie tIB .'M t enlral Art". Pnnne BOOKBINDERS RULING, SPECIAL FORKS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 208-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440 Lemps Fahtaff and Draught Beers are the choicest products of the brewer's art. A trial will convince you. Consolidated THE LAST WEEK OF OUR REDUCTION SALE i Itiaiuoiiil uiul lut. Ik k. 10 m-j-i-em II. Mi rltnir KilHT. to ,i r i-vnt off. Mlii...

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. — 28 February 1914

Jrp(-Lnj-J-j TODAY KKWH TODAY Yua get It In the, IIKHAM. llfty rent month or IS cents week sMlvrred I your Oimri fifty i-rnts by mail. SANTA MONICA'S Motor Speedway Hai Now Been Properly Christened. A"j ;l ii i TnincstwrniBs, Vol. tJ. No. . ei us to STRIKERS III THE LUDLOLV DISTHICT Aguilar Physician Admits to, ri 1 i '.Lt ' vungresignai iommuie3 That He Helped Prepare Mine Workers for Battle. "NO RELATIONS AND DAMN FEW FRIENDS" Unique Verdict Returned by Coroner's Jury in Case of Unfoitunate Miner Killed by Falling Rock. Dy I .rased Win, to rvrtilng Herald. 1 Trinidad, Colo., Feb. 2. An ad mission that hu lummK had dietlib uted arnia lo atriki-ra before one ol I he bailies In trip l.artiow district wul made before t ha congressional Investi gating committee iodu by In. C. V. Ha I .-a of Aitullar. Dr. Mutes, who hna given medical attention lo the striken on ni.uiy oc casions, admitted also that he had ad vance Infnr million of a plot "to rni the scans on the day before the burn tng ...

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. — 28 February 1914

TWO. TIES EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28 1914. NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS; lTHFfT I1IOM Till-. Til Writ TO YH THE I.ArtGFJT As lit I'M V.ST AMI lilt- IOWI MT ritHKM lull 8TIU.TX UIUH .lt IK .uih, THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADII73 COMPANY 115 hULTH HXHMI hT. FlIONB 4. Aztec Fuel Co. Gallup Stove Coal (X'UY0 Cleanest Coal In te market. THOS. BLAKEMORE Funeral Hlrei-tor ml Kmhglma Cummer, lul Club Mulldin! i H 1 l'itiltlr. I,IY ASS!TNT. ITliate Ambulatim Jiay or Nlctit. t libra 1'Imn) nr.. Realdenc I'huna 167 II IV Wll'ill ICIIlhi-il here t (111 II . iit. i.il llinl brlure thrill Imhiy I i. i i l luir I'i'I'llllll ' trliglnm ;iakilit Will-till I lllr I IMIr'l -M ill a I ri nl! 1117.1-d li . ..lu.l :t 'llrd gin ( rlllnrlil III it-rt II -rui M ! ii. wiib hum In- I'n'ilil ar rmige fur the x t l i t ! n nf tlmae whom he hrlirwd uipo.iHlblr lor Ihe ill nil m I tUkl'.l. ' lliiitin lmnil-" r.tidannllim. I'haigr ' Sh.iughliraiiy Irpnrtrd llnv lll.lt tlr hint made t -M-.t it I Um 1...

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. — 28 February 1914

THE EVENING HERALD, ALBU&UERQITE, H. II., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2ft 1914. V V ? Y V ? f t ? Y Y TLjT v i II v) 2 Si. Pleases everyone and has ho linoclicrs - Free service for one year - XL very car guaranteed - Sec us before you buy a car Qfe HUDSON MOTOR COMPANY 2 . - wr- -mi . ,- or -. irk wjm v r C A r Y 321 West Central Ave. Ui! n.nw piiaiw. a- ii u n , o : V ..J 1 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y LI U ii ii BASEBALL LIKELY 10 IF OTIIOLD 10IIG YOUTH OF FRANCE Gamins of Paris Have Grave Difficulty in Pronouncing Terms of the Greater, Game on Earth. TOUL IS "FOOL" AND FLY IS "FLEA" (Ity IIh .mm-miIcI lrrM.) Pari. Feb. ;(t Their are tunny in dications thai baseball will gain a real foothold in Frrnnc this year. Tti visit of tlii New York unil Chicago team which are i otn JuiIiiik their lour if th world will be followed ly or ganlxed effort on the uM of many of the French admirer of the Amer lean game to popularise It h'-rc. lino or the liandlispe to the gn Mh of baseball tn France oililly hiii...

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. — 28 February 1914

four. THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1914. REMARKABLE CASE of Mrs. HAM Declare Lydla E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Compound Saved Her Life I and Sanity. Shamrock. Mo. " fed it my duty to tell the public the condition of my (health before using; your medicine. I had f m i., (( 5 lion anil congeatmn, '".PVt temlr w.-ekneaa. pains in both aides, I backache and bear- Iiiigiiown pain. Wag short of memory, U'A-TV """. impatient. I I ' '.7l I '. nd had L ' " I ' neither strerurlh nor nerj,). There was always a fear and ilna.1 In my mii., I had cold, nervous, weak spells, hot flashes over my body. I had a place In my nyht id that wag ao sore that I could hardly Is-sr the weight r.f my clothe. I tried medicine and doctors, tut thev r!il m. tun.. and I never ex pected to (ret out attain. I jrot I.ydia K. I 'inkhnrn't Vegetable ( niK.und and Wood l"tiriiler. and I cer tainly would have Iwn in grave or in an nsylum If your medicines had not saved me. Hut now I can work ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 28 February 1914

THE EVENING IIERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, K. II., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1914. FIVl News of the Week from the Capitals of Europe TREATY BETWEEN GERMAN SCIENTISTH11 GORKY BACK uf culture. There lias latelv spfeared all odd hronologv aiilimltti d ( H..i)v to ,.n editor who bad naked for u aolol.l ugraphv ij..tv reinied a folh.wa: I J It.un al ihi hnl-Nuwgiir ml ltT fhoeiiiaketa' t.ov . KiS Apprciitue to ii dealgner. I'ii-i'iiI.iii li.a on a steamer. lx,l Worker in n inumifa. lory of bl Hit. IM - Porter I 5-- linkers' buy. I I Mimmy ln village theater. I 7 Ft ait wli.-r. I -Attempted siii'iile. I ItullvvMv employe. I wo - i I. r k lu at udv ... al. I SHI iipeiaiiv,. in a ahl; mill; later v an il. ..in I. I h:2 - rot., ihe first novel. -Ma-kar cm. Ira." iin:l Celebrity and riches. ON HIS NATIVE SOIL TO MEET HIS DEATH To mm EASTER ENGLAND FINDS CURE FOR FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE mm b. r J . t . 1 Mask, V ,- WANT TO ORGANIZE IN THIS CITI I'ata on Available Bad Horses, Riders, Ropers, Indians and the...

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. — 28 February 1914

THE EVENING HERALD. AtBTJQTTEHQTTE. H. It., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2 8. 1914. (ft n n MM LB a LJ3 IM.I ) i!) V U U U U 'O' V- I I n f1 ENTIRE $8,000 STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT WITHIN THIRTY DAYS REGARDLESS OF COST A unique opportunity to save on items constantly need ed in every household Ginghams, Calicoes, Percales, Bleached and Unbleached Muslin, Sheeting, Duck, Ratines, Linens, Poplins, Wash Silks, Cotton Dress Goods, Ticking, Towels, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons, Millinery Goods, Rufflings and Notions. They must all go within the next THIRTY DAYS $8,000 worth of them regardless of cost because we are going to devote this store exclusively hereafter to LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, FURNISHINGS AND W. B. CORSETS. TABLE LINENS NAPKINS WASH SILKS DRESS SILKS DRESS GOODS VELVETS RIBBONS ALL GOING REGARDLESS OF COST Bed Ticking At Less Than Manufacturer's Cost .Every Itdm. a Leader Ginghams, Toil Du Noid. Zephyrs. Red Seal and Amo keg. Regular 12'2c to 15c values. Our Closing Op Out Price, a yard "...

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