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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 3 April 1914

nvn Turn fie Baby's Tears to Lauahter j t t , ,4 .1 '. , i ''.. 1 1 .J - i::.i,r-' : i . j'An J.-i,i'' :i i - . ll... tl .'JfiiSv. : .rfV.':Vi THE EVENING HXRA IS, ALBUQUERQUE, 71. If.. FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1914. BLACK liiD bliOwS VERY ACTIVE IW snim FE XXMk :.Gi r i. 1 1 i fciillr linhy laxatMe WW f'uli kly lt'll'n lln I 4 'hum of lilt' Tmiihli'. It In ciftrn l I fllt-ti II to li'll Juki wlmt Ik I hi' matter with a crying, pceiixh huliy iti child Inn young In exproax it fitlliiUH In word, Inn n h gcnertl rule till" inotlirr will Mini I hn I thrrr 1h a tendency In i oiixtlpxllo i, which hN hrmight on n hiiiiliuhe or nervou liorx. The lilt l nun ha no pain, Uul feel "Olll Of aorta." The Hint ihliiK In try Ih a fitmlly remedy cnhliilniug good lint nillil Inx allr prui" ii ii k. mill many mother III any Hint their choice would lr Caldwell Mi nip 1'i'l'Kln, Thntla ntnlg of mother keep M In I lie hnue fur niieh I'mi'iui'iiiliK, in hi k whom may hw mi'iit Iiiiii-iI Mm. Jnhn Kirch, Jr., IMJ Al...

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. — 3 April 1914

tJX TEL EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, IT. Jt. FRIDAY, ArillL 3. 1914. Don't foe Triclied into a Dry Towm By the Reformers' Misstatements and Dodging of their Real Issue Reg'ardmg' tSie Water Question SEE SECTION 12 OF ARTICLE IX of the Constitution of New Mexico: "Pro Iii bits the insuing of bonds by the city for any purpose unless the question of issuing the same has been suomitted to the people At a Regular City Election by a majority of the qualified electors who have paid a property tax therein for the pre ceding year. If you don't believe this, ask any reputable lawyer. As a matter of fact, it will be impossible for the Mayor or City Council, no matter who is elected, to act on the water question for two years and before they can do anything towards installing a new plant, offer to buy the present plant or extend or grant any franchise, it must first be submit ted to the voters at a regular city election, which cannot be earlier than two years from now. VOTE for SELLERS and PROG...

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. — 3 April 1914

v: You'd Do It Too, Wouldn't You, i I; Today's Market Reports WOOL MARKET HOLDS ! FIRM IN BOSTON I'oaton, A rtl S. The Com mercial Hulietin will aay tumor rn : "lairger auppllea or lower pi icea fur Ihe wool on hunil In IliiNinn Ihm i'i k woiilil uiiiloulil- -rily Iiiivp niiil) fur a larger t 1 1 a In. k, hut prlic livo hum firm ly iniiliuain.'d on iip liutiiii-m IiihIIv rti.n whl h Iih hren f lln. ciiuilly In iiii1iuiii and lln (or- i nun rro.flMi(lN hiiiI iiitfiir tin AuMrxll.inN. CiintriK tiiiR In lli w-t him )' ii r:illi-r Inn i iniU nt. but iiiimh wont hint hfiTi inU.-n nml fur In l II up mi'iliuin Mniilunn t hin ii hlh in l ifnli Iihd lit-rn lialil." DISMAL DAY IN THE NEW YOSK MARKET Nrw Vnrk. April S. Without lh mi'iurt ul huylnK y th Mhurl". pruv" fi ll Muy unit iiiin h of il rd.i mhalHr w.in ll in. I Kt In lu inorn Ihk. I man. I n li-i lilii hiiiI iri-M-mur from profrmiiiiliiil aourcra ura-l-Uiilly IntTwaM-U. l'riirrK of ro-uiKinliejiiliin plan for Itork IhlHnd nl Wabniah w...

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. — 3 April 1914

iight, TIIEEVimOlTEItALD, ALBUQUERQUE, V. IU TRIDAY, Ami 3, 1014. I 1 I it J DONT FAIL TO SEE Wright's Trading Post 3rd and Gold Ave, One of the show placet of the cit; Largest Collection of GEN UINE Indian and Mexican Handicraft. NAVAJO RUGS AND CURIOS Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AND RANGES FRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Fumpi 318 West Central Arenue PHONE 315 BOOKBINDERS RULINO, SPECIAL F0P.MS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 203 210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440 CRYSTAL TODAY It ll-T M l, Hi I'UToltl l, Ml. Ii" Knh-ii I a-liloit lion tor I he Midi's. 1111 .llll Ml I colli r muni v nr f ihe " dvciitiirr katlilMi" vSSrr Ok f TJ7 ) PASTIME TODAY James J. Corbett I i-l linmplou of tlio rlil In Till: M ilfitl Till. I.nl l. VI T" I'mir l!i" K I or Siuul j "Till-: l.-T 4.IIO-.T I'liicr Id-rl Miller Pri... 4 Ham Ii IiiiIIhii IValnrc. Tltl.STO Wll.l.li: MW.ItlW ). nidi A. Coined). PICTURES CHANGED EVIY DAY...

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. — 4 April 1914

TOtMM NKWK TODAY Teas, fri H In lite III KAMl. Hfi, rrnla wwMh -r IS crnta a Iwk dWIrvrrd I your dr art itou by mall. To it Boyi. The Open Season Ends Tuesday, iJv ii (Sit Jp TnrnrNK-crnzEJf. Vol. 10. No. M. vela mready PLAN iETA BANDIT HOW Farther Details of Desperate lighting in the Streets of Torrcon Shows Stubborn Federal Resistance . MEXICO CITY STILL REFUSE3 TO BELIEVE Huerta Government Busily Engaged in Keeping Truth From People While Official! Claim Victory. By Iaar4 Wira to eU-ntruj Herald Washington, April 4. o'tclnl himmkc today from Consular Aireiit ('rot hem at Turrron reported thut the rvlM'l I.. a In killed and wounded ahnM thai my Was Sn eatlmstr was Wade t.f the federal iaew. The message, it waa Mid at (Ho state de partment, wa lha only i.lfl.lul Vonl received from Torrcon ainrc Cuiuth era yesterday continued I no capture of Ihe city by Villa. Hear Admiiul Fletcher reported there e no drvi lopnicnis at Tutu poo inn MrXI an embassy was without news Smiii Mctnu City. ...

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. — 4 April 1914

TWO TUX EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. Aztec Fuel Co. Gallup Stove Coal Oriental and Floral Designs k. tavJ Cleanest Coal In V the market, rauiis t. SO THE PEOPlf MAY KNOW MARCUS T. SAW TELLE General Contractor Office & Carpenter Shop 211 West Gold Nailtc lul-k lor SmIo, CRIMES IN ST. LOUIS ARE DOUBLED WHEN VICE ZONE IS SHUT nvi-knwn frnni hi l.ftiirt t.i th In-n-.-r l'-H i.f WtHliii-tKlny, April li I HI. 1 la, Al-nl 1 i 'rum h niiaiiirO li.ti tin i .iHttl uimoHt i"11 I''1 lit 111 M. 1 1H hiiii t Ihr In. ml ill .i ' I't'iitiiiihHtt'iit i ii a iii'tidh HK't M)xiMll'il th Nf I Krttf-il Vi lUHr1T. Suit ihi rrniii iM on l.u im yvcriin Mihi lt. i, i.inpl.iinM htt-n tnn ("nunc In from nil p.tru tt lh riiy Ui.it llin Ic.iiin i iiinintcfl of ht mif nt-il iiiiii-r ii n InsHiliinc On rvi- lt li' it ml initniw nH of (wn. 'otl'n r"! ipit f i-n him iliftM'l thul ninny wm-n arc now at ( i In riniiu, urmK nl iniiHuu pnrlr. -AK. I n IiI-miii 4'a-a' li Jury. Wiiiiti...

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. — 4 April 1914

nru iTTimro imtAiD, AiiroaTrntQTJE, sr. xr.; Saturday, atril i, i9i. ISPOR1 FORT BAYARD TAKES EL PASO'S PLACE 3 Soldier Boys Promptly Step into Vacancy Caused by Lack of Ability to Get Groundi in Pass City. I'ftltl Cseresa in Is the II ere 14 Silver i lly. N. M.. April J-l nuble to ir.'urn grounds III" Kl I'mn huso l' II lea in him withdrawn frnm the Copper league. Their place wn lin nedlutcly taken hy Furl ll.iyard. Tn0 nates originally given thn Kl Paso team were transferred i I hp soliilci. Koit Ha yard has raised l n monio fur h period nf nix months anil will be Hi. In lu h;.ve nam on the pnr Willi tin. other tlub 1 .1 11 1 hinI ri k the league. It seem remarkable ihul u liin us largo as 1:1 I'm km In unahln In have n first tins IiiiII team. While It Is lu be regretted that tlii'V kit unable to rrmmri In the league I he present prop i. nil inn la a better one all around. II eliminates the long and etpciislvr journey to Kl Puso ami kcps Ihr clr 1 1111 enllicly in I'.runt county. ...

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. — 4 April 1914

rerun. - THE EVENING HERA1D, AIBTTQUEP.QTJE, IT. 11. SATURDAY, ArRIL 4, 19U. nnt i ri K I K 1 vfl (I ft 1 aaal 4a-II El W-aa I . t d I k t I ill 1 , t i if i jj vy n vAl I yl y V : t V f y t f V y y V :j: t y y y y y y y V t y y y y y y y V t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y V t y y y y y y y y y y y V y y v y V y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y V t y y VICE o THIS ISSUE Has been forced squarely in your faces; men of Albuquerque. You must say wbethcr we follow the Sellers Policy and continue to take a miserable $300 a month from the earnings of fallen women, to help support our city; so that Sellers as Mayor may continue to advertise Albuquerque as the advocate of commercialized, revenue producing prostitution; or whether we will ioin the reallv clean, nrotfressive cities of this countrv and cut off the revenue from prostitution; this revenue from the red light is not a drop in the bucket of the city's income. Yet you arc told that without it and Sellers your city will go to ruin; your...

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. — 4 April 1914

TIIE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1914. City Campaign Comes to a AVERAGE VOTER HAS MADE UP 1ID0F1TI1E Speculation on the Result Gives Decided Lead to May or Sellers and the Whole Democratic Ticket. ONE REPUBLICAN HAS CHANCE TO WIN OUT Veteran Prophets Say Tom Hughes has Show to Land the Clerkship. Meetings To night and Monday. Itnth rll)' mnipuiicn rmmiilttea chnlrmcn admitted thin morning thai Ihrouuh mlt ei liucmeiils, I tin licwa paitcra, public mec link's, porstiiutl In l i; 1 1 y and visit by the cntidldutos, pruciitully every man In AHiuiiucrnuo hu mndc up hi iinnil how mul lor whom he la koiiir to vole in tin- city election Tucsthiy, mul tlmt with Iho mcctitii: tonight the iHiiip"lan prin -IK'ally tomes In h close. The Ileum-crutu- i-ampuikiif rs urc lining to visit tilth AMiti'iufrnuf totiiK't with u bund und Inn r in tut i-ienltm m pay , i isil to the lliuhtund ee.tton, lakiitu: I he no i nil with Hutu. The Uf. ptiblii-uii held meeliiiws last niKht...

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. — 4 April 1914

trx TITE EVENING HUB A LP, ALBUQUERQUE, H. M.. FATURDAY, AHIIL 4, 1914. JEW DO Pill EAT LESS MEAT IF BACK HURTS SO THE PEOPLE, MAY KNOW Take a ttaaa nt Ratta ta flusli kid HUTS LIE HIT neys ir iiiiiiiiier pot ti ers you. Killing meat regularly eventually The Reformers ask in thtir rrorning's paper, addressed to advertisement in this VOTERS "Do you know that the registration for this city elec tion is the largest in the history of Albuquerque for any election," "Do you know what that means?" YES, WE. DO It means we are rapidly growing into a big city. It means the Sellers administration is largely responsi ble for this rapid growth. It means the cosmopolitan policy of our city is at tracting many newcomers. It means increased property values an prosperity foi the business men and laboring men alike. It means we can't afford to elect a "Reform" ticket at this time. Another Misstatement Shown Up K Ma VP. N. M. It. K. II. M'tM-4. April a. 114. Albuquerque. Vw Mi'llin, Mjr Itcar foliatcl...

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. — 4 April 1914

A Fashion Note Tlx- PouHt " ittu-l have Hm im-v t-orattM, they lmiarl lite natural llg sre." TIip tlnitc -Tiirit why wear llicm? Thoughts for Sunday. Tim Huntsl month t th tioMrst rk of man lurn n Hir election. While) there I so m h id Ik f irMer and grafting: i-cnv-mbcr linr. Iiank. a. an m a EDITORIAL SECTION ALBUQVEEQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. PART TWO If r?.T?n j i AtiSf'c in Albuquerque TIh llnnrwr of Hi. Course. In "The thinner of Bt. Ooorge," the Albuquerque Chornl society i.cxi production, Hlr Kdward Klgur, I hi- composer, mnitii tine of the old ligcnd of George unci lliu dragon, liimiiliif lo the majority of people Irom rrildhnod tliiya. According lo I hi legend, licnrge played the part of h Christian knight In the third tcntury alter Christ. K.lu. ntcd In fuppuducla. he in called iht "Knight ol Cappudoclit." hut the ni.'I locu tion and tin I of hla famous combat with the monster remains unknown. In spile of Ihe vaiuenru connected with I hi whole iiftatr, the ...

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. — 4 April 1914

TWO."" Till IVIimTQ EXHALD, ALUQUT.T.qxnS, If. If., SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. The Evening Herald. Ths Evitiitif Hrrtld, InO. lii-orgs K. Va 111 nl. Msn.f. II II llrn.ti. IMitnr Of tl r jI Psr-i-r of tha Cllf ot Aintitusriiiia. Pulillshsd svsry ftrnonj rspt Hunilsy, at 124 North MaCond Htm1', A llniiiirU, N. M. Ktilrrrd rnnd-cls inattsr Ml Ilia posioffli-a t Alonnusnius, N. M , under th Art vl March I. I7. C"n nn.nih h mull or carrlar. (in week by tarrlrr.. (na )sr by mall or carrlr Id advama M.OO Trlphona HI and 1(1. MWufl slllills AMI THK t 1 1 i: tl l.nn'. r 1 .... .i,.'m if Mia Evening II I. nil. I suited editorially Ht ill.' I.inliuiln f this tl'y cum- fit kii Hint illll'llili'il lo lull HO nl.toiiiil ..irl in II. bsisitsn of iln f i t trtit. hm ma Inst mine Into ill.- . ..miiiii'iliy In tti;ik our home, mi. I in. I hclng thoroughly ' famlliir ,Di i I i iiiul Hun, w: did not fwd ii .i )- to m't'h i Inject our psr s.sml views iiinl wishes-mtn the situ lilii. n. anil we will liol d...

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. — 4 April 1914

THREE The Churches (Conilniir-il on Page Six, tn.l rUttlnn.) Cl.suiiccy A. Foreman, aasoslnie pas tir. If you don't believe this one Jeff will tell you another. By "Bud" Fisher Hills srhool. (S a. m. A1i!il S IpOMtO lf ANO SAm T"f4fl rinsp.es meet nt 10 a. m.; morning wi.r-lilp, l lo'clock. r.tri miinlon anil reception of new r BKa&BlT rH.4CK Or DOCKS .T KVCK. JlrT TO H0M VOW SAW r rr LIPe.'TH4JR.m nR.S KA.WY CMS Det WNT OtA HUNTING I1HTIM..TH iu di i ur Hi t h ! service Evening worship, 7:4. Musical program, morning orriH drop 0 Defers r IH AM mVJi YUKON eN0 r MAi So TMfjy ACC.UT tfi "Tn.tAKfte toODlNlv MCS TCMaatmaa . . rreltule Hoses (T.tIiiii: "Pnm Sunday" Mnlll-y UlfrA T WA IN Vf U1IR.T T Anthem- ''At .the ( r.iii" Andrews i'iiiiiniii: "Adagio" Collin A. PooR rAtces -Cvvzi. rvi D r. t auj 2f R.O Kvemng Prelude "I hnrili rt A h.U' f. . h Anthem: "Crossing the liar'. ! firings i mentis, "interlude" Chettvet Pnetlinln Wrainrnim I lrwii ill n U telll I- . a vices every night du...

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. — 4 April 1914

roxni. TTTE EVENING UTRAID, ALBTTQTJTHQTJE, H-ltfATITRDAY, APRIL 4, 19U. Mi r l iiiiWI -mmmmt ! 1 DONT TAIL TO SEE Wright's Trading Post 3rd and Gold Ave, One of the show placet of the city. Largest Collection of GEN UINE Indian and Mexican Handicraft. NAVAJO RUGS AND CURIOS I Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AND RANGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR X Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pnmps 318 West Central Avenue PHONE 315 I RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 203-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440 Lemps Falstaff and Draught Beers are the choicest products of the brewer's art A trial will convince you. Consolidated Liquor Company Albuquerque,, New Hex. PASTIME CRYSTAL TODAY 'iiritfcT km.io nr. TOUI l, No. ft." A StMt IhI MiiiMlim i.f Many Xc "TIIK (i(IIDK. OK llltlliKM'' M'tf-nili of the " iltenlurv ! katlili n" Willi I I I H Wit TIIK ll. MilMI PIV 4 IHIMlly. Thl Im I lip program tliat nit advcrtl-rd fiir yrotmlav, Iml...

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. — 6 April 1914

fe7 HE Who Shouts the flight Before Has no Beasoa to be Sore. TonWB HEWS TODAY Ym H la tlie IlF.llAUl. lift 7 nmU month or IS cent week drtlTcrod I roar dMr; Bfty rrnU hjr mU. Tianr mc-citizen. Vol. It. No. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1914. Tim fcVi:iNO iikrai.i) VOL 2. NO. J . ( -''i'C i i ? W E n t W Is Setters Will Be Elected Mayor of Albuquerque by Five Hundred Majority Chairman of Democratic City Committee Confidently Fore casts Return of the Mayor to Office by Convincing Ex pression of Confidence. Deprecates Campaign of Villi- fication Made by the Republicans and Predicts a Kick Rack. CEHOCRJTIC lUSS MEETING GEN Henuhlieana will Hold Final Large Battery of Speakers, fort to Land the Man Unconvinced at the Eleventh Hour. Vote Promises to Mayor 1. K. It. Seller will bo ec. ttil to succeed hiiiiKt'ir ua mayor of Albuquerque In lomor row election I'. fi majority. , ThlH I III confident pred xtion of John C. I a-win. rlniirniiin or 111" Itcmocriillc city coiiimlUcc, 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. — 6 April 1914

I TWO TIIE EYENINQ IT ESAU), ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY. APRIL G, 1914. I Aztec Fuel Co. Gallup Stove Coal J Cleanest Coal 1a the market. rau.iv 11. MARCUS P. SAWTELLE Oincral Contractor Office & Carpenter Shop 211 West Gold niiw I'.rli-k fur Sulc i. .'niii-jt f..i..-c.i hi x(r I'f the ... ttt-ll I'Xotllln lit a thlcut aMaill"t I III- .It mora nT MfXI.ti. 'Allil lhc .IcHlM I ii 1 1 . - X I . ' ' III ftillll. Altl'llll), K iwiM learned. iiuiit)ii-rH of I'tilholM -l i Ma. or VulaH '' Iiiiw been forced In HUH' h' iiiUlllV ill Mllllh I lt IJU- it.iiiv- men mi- oi'i-r.itiiiK. Many ol I in ili mitiU pro -a. ntit! hinililul iIh, I'tll .1 ltl1lli't' BrJC (if Ml'XK.III ill" e' I II I. Ill I III Vs VI llo I MlJ ill UDIIIIY W AM.To WarilutiKtoli, Anil S. Thu cuittol-l-iiiiiii h Ui'i lluclia kmi v umcnt of ito kiiii.ilur of Aintr.tiiri fon.ular A. til ii o i lie I'. taroihcr. Ihm-uuhu he Milt til M a.lillloll lllplll. Ilea .alhg I In- ii-ii In hi'il taken Toircon tium iln H in mi liir.in, f...

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. — 6 April 1914

THE EVENINO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., MONDAY. APRIL 6, 1914. THBIE. D V O.RTS 1 College Men Resent the Attack on Sporting Spirit Illy tlu AaDodatnl Prea.) New York. April .That the rV rent attack uiion college athletic. In which II 1 charged (hat the aplrlt nnil pnrtmanhli of Inter-varalty competition la deteriorating. ti ( find general nil . port in evidenced liy tlu many iirll. leu und lettcia appear ing In the college press of I ho coun try While It In iitlmsi Ifil thut I lu re are Isolated caae which fiirn,ih irrouml for mull contention, the opin ion l t. or wlwl itilriK V expressed ihut a iiimiiloroil In n broutl acnae I he tnn lard anil Ideul of college aport ure Jnitri Ihk every yenr. Ir C. C. stroll. I, director of ulh Ictl. lit Louisiana stute CnlvctslO. In an Interesting review ur.d fnrwnat of college -ithlelit. hold I hill till almtluid of sport ami t ompetltioii In the American college I ateadily Im proving. Ho flora not eonlcntl 111" I point, of tin' nlium-H charged U...

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. — 6 April 1914
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. — 6 April 1914
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. — 6 April 1914

IIX Tni EVENING ITXRALD, ALBUQUXftQUX, g. II.. MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1914. I Today's E T Alfredo Chavez to be Tried for Murder of Aged Merchant at Puerto Cito last Feb- CASES AGAINST FORMER COUNTY OFFICIALS UP Men charged with Grafting and Improper Use of Funds and County Property to be Heard this Week. (aeel fttwmM ! Ik Herald Hmoiru, .V M , April i. The petit Jut) uf the March term of district 'urt here, hua been in acsslon for week and during thai tun has irled hie rum, Jl these three tre cuii v n itons, uiu' resulted In uiijuiit.il and iti utie taw the slat muted tu dis ii. when ll nai found tti.it thort mi u variance, in the proof. In ud lii. i. ti six lues plead guilty. The llrnt t'uaa Incd wu Htate Va. ii liia fur assault with at deadly we., pun. lliay hud hud a, dispute, witn t'lu.ig Cruviulinl, a aluoi.keept:r 't Isilly. over pay (..r gome u.'ik dutiv by liny. He triou to collect It with a icvolver. Ila .ia found guilty. In the case aitiiiai John Apoil.ua fur killing m rv', i lu...

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