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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 7 February 1914

7 f tjW Business will bo Hash if the govern- TOtAV'H MEW" TODAY Yoa ft H In ti hf.h i.i. nrir miu month or IS cxurg a week delivered I your flfijr ocnt by mil, me.t keeps on. mmrMt-rrniES, Vol. It. No. , ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. TWELVE PAGES TODAY EYFta nrcruxn. MM j. 9. NO. 3HI. ENDS 6 AMERICAN RAILROAD MEN AND 35 PASSENGERS TO DEAT mm mm If F L11G Mexicam from Scene of Out law Outrage Say Passenger Train Ran Unsuspecting In to Elating Inferno. MEN NOW MISSING AFTER FOUR DAYS Tunnel Still Burning and In vestigation Impossible; Def inite Information Difficult to Get. (Br I"arl Wlrw to Keening Herald. ) Junres. Meg, Feb. 7 Urav- m fear that th m Amwltta railroad men and 3i passenger on th Mexico and Norihwct- rrn train which ran Into the burning; Cunibro tunnel last Wednesday have perished wera expressed by railroad men nra thla afternoon. Two Mexican who left lha train at Cuir.br. aay the piiax- enger not held up hut ran Into the tunnel Innocent of tha da...

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. — 7 February 1914

TWO. THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1G14. SENATE VOTES Mp NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS, WHWT r'liml THR IMIN TltlKll TO YlHT. TIIK I.AIUiFJTT A.VmTMKT AMI HUC M'WI-kT I'ltlO.H IXJIi 81 IUCTLV IUUU (.ItAHK fiOODH. THE BENNETT INDIAN TBADIffQ COMPANY lit HOI Til UXOMI HT. PIIOXB . TX1 CONTINUE PROBE r U3p flaf egMBal CaaUMIM9 V J f HTO- EW Efl Aztec Fuel Co. Gallup Siove Coal L - ivj Cleanest Coal la the market rnoxa in THOS. BLAKEMORE Funeral 1 Urn (or nnd Finhalmar Commercial Club lliiildlnf Opposite postofhca. I.VHY Assvr.NT. l"ral Ambulance; imjt or Ktskt. ottlca I'hona Residence 1'hon 1657 gene rally believed llml Mineral lllixn necomo i met nr kin II of the army mill thai Hiigadicr (iiiniul Dimitt Will be his assistant. BUCK 111 SAYS II MURDERED BfllJELLER Charles Bender Admits to Po lice He Shot Omaha Man When He Robbed the Bank. (Bf frwaed VHrr tn Evening Herald 1 Pueblo, Colo., Ki ll, i. According lo local authorities, Charles Hinder, alius "black Tuny." ...

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. — 7 February 1914

TILE EVENING ItEKALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. w LOSING HOPE W0L1A1I VERY ILL Finally Restored To Health Dy Lydia C Finkham'a Vegetable Compound. Bl!CTJft, Ohio. "1 w In terribla IUU before I took Lydla E. Ilnkham's (Vegetable Com pound. My back ached until I thought it would bi-eak, 1 had pains all" over me, nervous feel In pi and periodic troubles. 1 waa wry weak and run down and waa losing bop of aver being well and strong-. After taking- Lydla E. Pink- bam ' Vegetable Compound I Improved rapidly and today am a well woman. I cannot tell you how happy I feel and I rannot any too much for yourCompound. Would not b without it in the house if it cost three timua the amount" Mra. Char. Chapman, R. F. D. No. 7 Uulla vu!, Ohio. Woman's Prcrloua Gift. Ths on which ohe should T".zt teal ously Kuard, la her health, hut It la t)te one numt often neglected, Until soma ailment peculiar to her iwx haa fastened iUelf Uion her. When ao af fecti! such women may rely uton Ly...

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. — 7 February 1914

TIIE EVEKIHQ HIHAID, ALBUQUERQUE, N. lfM SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. Remarkable Of f eoimE for One W V f V t V t a Cents We invite your attention to our 39c window for one week on ly on Ladies' Miulin and Knit Underwear. Children's Dressei Ladies' Silk Hose. Blankets. PaOn Velvet. Turkish Towels. All Ovrv Lace. 27-inch Embioidery Flouncing:, Ten Yards Stand ard Calico. Fioweis. Children's Caps and Indies' Silk AutJ Hoods. By far the bctt values ever offei:d in this city. We invite your inspect ion and critical criticism both as to value and price. Everything in this winow on sale for one week only , r.t 39c. i We also invite your attention to our $9.99 window of new ar rivals of Ladies' Spring Coati and Coat Suits. We have just received this line direct from New York and every one is made up in the verv latest styles and the very latest creations for Spring wear. There is not a Coat or Coat Suit in this window that does not sell everywhere for $20.00 to $25.00. Our regular price on ...

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. — 7 February 1914

TITEEVIftlKanntAtD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. - ' FIVE. FIRST ANNUAL ALBUQUERQUE AUTO EXHIBITION ASSURED SUCCESS SPACE ALL SOLD FQR Many Makes of Machines to Be Ready for Inspection by the People of Albuquerque. IF NOT A MOTOEFIEND LISTEN TO THE BAND lively Interest in Event Bis played by Enterprising and Up-to-Date Local Agencies. With evei one nf lh. twenty-four booths, 11 ml every foot ir available illNilny apm -e mild In cxhlhilora, with ilecorntlona prai lli ally complete and with n volume of Intercat man I feat Ihut aurpaaees lh largest hopes of IIn promoter. Alliuiicriue'a Hrat au tomobile Hhnw will open In the na tintinl gourd armory Monday after noon lit 2 ii rlix U. assured of success. It )ou own an automobile or m pect to buy one, yon will lie (hire. Kor nil of the lm i. rile 1!M4 niodrla will be on dlHpluy. If you tin not own a rnr and da not expect in liu one. lui'i r go ii nd Imirii in the, tui ml. You'll lit. luua noma. If on d.ni I for next week...

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. — 7 February 1914

SIX TIIE EVEKINQ HERALD, AIBUQUTRQTC, N. It., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. Here's Why We Hold Our Garage Customers I The following I n of the auth- hi w h.i oil il . I ."aiuuel Hopkins Adam. J.nnc l.mie Allen. Mnry It. H. Amltews. Irving I l;.i tii lli r, I (! r t W. 'hamncis, lrin WUWWHJW'IMLtMIJjUllUllUjlU'.lliHI'l.JlJt JtLiPt'iAllM.III BECAUSE every mechanic in our shop it an expert in his line. BECAUSE our machinery equipment is admittedly the most complete in the state. BECAUSE the combination of expert workmen and ad equate equipment reduces repair costs to the customer. BECAUSE we carry a line of supplies and accessories that will meet even the most unusual requirements. BECAUSE our motto is "Service" -the kind of service that wins public confidence. j f lolib, Mmy FlIWMII ('lilting, Udh Miil Illinium I i.i v In, Kir Allium Cnnnii I llnvle, KlIllH FcMlll linn II 1 1 II IK linl- llmlc. .Montague Hums, W.iIIh... Irwlll, W W. .iHiitlm, iiiiiii Johnson, Alfreil HellM I.eWI", .link...

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. — 7 February 1914

TlfE EVENIKO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, . 11., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. ixvxir Next the Band Stand At the Auto Show ALL THE 1914 FORD MODELS Runabout $585.0U Touring Car $635.00 Qaickel Auto and Supply Co, 401-403 NORTH FIRST ST. PHONE 750 lie permitted to make (hat word, n aha i linky enough to get a urn I. aha I haven't llnir to look up thn urek,aa a time killing him vvuh n big cl'ib one, I.ecatiae their teeth are eeml- ami hauling im home, maybe a mile ritnlne. It la bcl'eved they live on ( or two over the Ice with, a rope lied Ihe Arriie tom-rod. which In a email around till neck. n. aprlng dny ten-Inch flh, myriad of which In- about 1 p. m. I watched n aipiaw with luililt lhee water. In fact It wa a glnaa from the upper Mory of the their for.dneaa for Iheee fleh that led roiirl hoime apear aenl. When ahe to the rapture of the four that I driiv, the apear down the hole I could eaw. I looked them up, and they are aeee her struggle with the animal a iiiiiimoul like the real whale, an...

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. — 7 February 1914

xionr. THE EVENINCI ITERAtD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. CONSTRUCT R OF NEW RAILROAD . SEEMS II Trusteeship for French BonJ Issue Successfully Arranged With Big Chicago Trust Company. ADVICES FR() FRANCE INDICATE EA'iY SAILING Dobwn Returns from Taking Testimony in Dunlavy Dam age Suit Another Kink in Way of Central Sale. ful. K. W. lotmon n-lurnid nlHlu from hanln. Ke whrm li h In i n for n-viiiil ! iHklim l hlwnnnr In Ihe big Uiiiiiukc suit of Ihr lunlay Mrrianlllr comimny RRulnut lh i'rnnnMiilu lt'Floimeni lumi'aiiy and the . Mexico furl and Iron tumi'Biiy. Th w la on! of Hie tiuiiifrou roiiRh Kinka In tiiv iinilm alp or Ihr Nrw MrxHo Ci-niral and AliiuiU riii Kaalrrn rallroadi tu thu (iiilf. w MpkIi-u and l'a ll)u com liany, and miit of ilia luai I) la Ii-mhI cllf. nrulllra In Ihr way of ilralng of ! ale. Ku'i) cfroit la bring nuulr to gal II uul uf th way a iuk'kly a imaalbls, with rir prmiucl of mic- In thn aclion thr l)unlay .t'rmn tilu rouwaiiy arrka to r...

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. — 7 February 1914

WHAT Hai Become of the Old Fashiuned Couples Who Went Joy-Walking? AUTOS Are Nice-But Some Women Have a Charming Carriage. . EDITOBIAL SECTION ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. FART TWO mm By JEAN HUBBS. Grunsfeld-Rothgerber Affairs. Invitations are uui for a beautifully appointed dinner which I to be given In the dining room at the Alvaradn hold nut Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld. It la In honor of Mr. and Mra. Kuthgerber and of Mn. ft. A. tftonehlll of New York and I'urU, urn well Ha In celebration of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of the hunt and hostess. Mra. Stonehlll la a (later r Mrs Alfred and Mra. Ivan Grunsfeld and will he the guest of the Utter during her slay In A lliu(iieriue. On tha sixteenth of February, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld and Mrs. stonehlll will leave for New York where they will lis joined by Miaa l:ildn Grunsfeld and on the nfth they will aall for Kurope to bp gone several months. A number of smaller affHlia sr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The evening herald. — 7 February 1914

THE EVENINO HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1014. TWO. The Evening Herald. fiiMlthfil y The F.vniing Herald, Inc. Tlaih M. l!-mlrrwri. Msneger. I. I'm J.ilirii.in, Kdnor. Oftl.ial refer i.f th Cllf of Alt'OqtH'rll. Published urti uMi-rnmm st mt, t Sumliiy, lit lit .Nnrlh Kecond Hirer;, Ail'il :i-'t'U", N. M, Kn'ered h m-i ntnl-i Iim matter at ihv iosi..niri nt Aioii'iueniue. N. f.i., undrr the A tit March I, istk. 'n no-nth ly null or carrier. lOe tne ari'lc l,y metier lie On, yer hy mall or carrier Id advanra ISO Telerhon.-s II? and 111. Till: l lMoll.i: MIOW. 'I i-.v iirio ft rnl i( i the 'l "Ji I I imiii I iliiiiiiicf 1 1 ii inow-il fur nu i it ll'.ll li (Muse h iih w hi h a Klrst An-, A uluiiiili( Hiow I In malerliillsu fur urinific nllun VAiih nil I he spine sold In the big nr moiy mot Willi nirc pr. .ir.U lull ioniieied i,,r mi iiiiiiv bihiu mid tl ii. no lul Minn, i,m iientlcnii n uud 1'iu I it ului ly Die l.nli.n concerned are In be I olim illlll.il. d. The...

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. — 7 February 1914

IT DOESN'T ALWAYS PAY TO WEAR A WIO. M0.MO JW,UBi . . - I liTT V vS wi. mna T vw Mt-niv. j f- ... UK.U. VMT.STK, IfANS IU.XTAIJ5, INVKSTMEXTS JOini II. rCORE REALTY CO. F.atabltahel lilt. Inoorporat?4 1101. . l'l.nnn I ft. . U W- Oolrt Society News CHtliiiyl trura One.) Thro will to no t-huria but nyon ho ilefilro lu du au may leav an of frlr. The iriiruin follow: Suiihet" Huck Mr. Jnin' A. Klatnry; MlM Kleunor VauRhey, accompanist, "Tha Joy of Hum'' ..Martg Mira Klliutbrth A. Janter. Mrs. M. I'ulUdlno. accoropaniat. "Uif'ili-tto" .'oncert I'araphraaa. . Ul Mm Eleanor VatUhay, "(ienllcuirn. ih Kins!" RraJloi MUa Vlreinla, Carr. "Who'll liny My lvf ndr?".Gomaii MIm Hortrna Hwltacr. MIm l.i.irwlrni pKitxrr, f oinianll ' ruliiniiitu'' McDowell Miaa ljoulaa Nlchola. "8irliiK'a Awakenitig" Hno M.fhii- Anctt wa.-Mra. ciiarloa Andrew-is cciimwiii, "I Know a lively Uardna" ' Dllardilut Mlua Lillian Yrlaarrl. Mlaa Mrle HmKina. accomuanlat "lluimarian KanUala" To bant Mlaa Cat'ilia Hpwulillng...

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. — 7 February 1914

THE EVENINtl HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1014. FOUR. Till-: MK AMI TIIK IX)Ali:lt I DONT FAIL TO SEE Wright's Trading Post 3rd and Gold Ave, One of l.hft show places of the city. Largest Colhsction of GEN UINE Indian and Mexican Handicraft. NAVAJO BUGS AI1D CURIOS . .... 1m0T NOW IS THE TIME U lusi hi tliln season of flip fii r thai our eluding nfler their C pi facilities lor making your portrait The ruh Is over 5 or has lint Jet brum ' ' Consequently r hive iimro lime at iir disposal whit h meant lrv rr .1 attention to Y r in reived attetiilon lo jour order. &f)c Gray vStudios l.ltOl'MI . Mlioqiurqiir . tit ttH I'ctilral Ave. llmne tTt. 4H j BOOKBINDERS j RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 208-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 410 Lemp's Falstaff and Draught Beers are the choicest products of the brewer's art A trial will convince you. Consolidated v. !'. TO V '..vj WEDDING PRESENTS ll MOM King. Ilrtpp-li. u...

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. — 9 February 1914

It a Democratic P 1 a t f o rm Be. tween Friendil TOHW'H NKttH TODW Vou get T ll In tli IIKHAMt. lift, renta month or It crnla a week ilctlverpil at your dmar; fifty n-nta lijr mall. TTllnCJtR-CITIZEJI. Vol. . No. . ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914. ll. . M gM. CLOSE STRIKE PROBE III e urat vvoi tecum Runs Amuck in Puis Another 1 VJ r lt i ji roi r ' 11 f i v. n i a A INQUISITORS Mil g r if inn nu ii a ii Mr! I 11 Lll UU UIIIIU ran OOIIFILS OF POST IE1G OF HE TO E01. E CUI1S in Field COLORADO 5 Shy and Retiring Denver Newspaper Man Attacked by Village Bad Man With Real Six-Shooter. BODYGUARD GETS FINGER OVER TRIGGER ! 1eaard W tra to frrenlnt llecild.l Denver. Feb. . A warrant charg ing Thomas J. I i'lunfnll, prominent Iiemocruttc politician ' of Colorado, with eaauult upon F. (1. I Ion run with IntPtit to hill, leiicd fr.m the her Iff a office today alter an information ugutnt Mr. O' limine 11 hud been Issued by Ih district attorney upon the f-r;iulnt nf Mr. Ilontl...

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. — 9 February 1914

I TWO. " TITE EVENING HERALD, AL2UQUERQUE, N M.. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1914. X- NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS; ItlltKT l llliM TIIK IVIlMX TltWH 11 TO Vol?. TIIF. KMti;ET AhMUlTMKNT AM lilt. LOVrT THICKS OH riKlCTL IUU1I !( VIti liOODS. . THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADING COMPANY 11 HOI III hlKiM) hf. I'UONIC SIS. Aztec Fuel Co. Gallup Stove Coal (jfe9 Cleanest Coal In the market photo ul THOS. BLAKEMORE I w i, i-f ,i I J i r. . l . .r m ml Kml.alrnef C.ntm r. :ul null Ituiidmt tlppOHlte J'tlMtOtllce. UUiV AsMvriNT. rTlviile Ambulance I a y or Nlltht. tullce phono 11.. I :- (f I'huna 1 8 S7 i.-k PaUlai ute for a direct np l-n.pi n tn Mtippoil ynur olflcc. Hi. n ni could Hrry out Hie work l.i,ili-il IpV law?" I .1 rather Hk the devil fur a t i'ii iin Cr to heaven," promptly replied tin nl'Tic-d 'Inward l In- li fit 1 in ll yiiiple'a Lei inii.ny Mr. Hii'HHUr ai.kpd the wiiiich re mini mil IiIh experience a mini- ;i iiiilciiilt til. ' I waa Mipcrintf mlcnt nf a mine n th,. weaiem Mope," kiih the reply. "I...

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. — 9 February 1914

THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. H., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1914. TITREE. 1 CTS Plows and Implements Entire John Deere Line Gasoline Engines (All Sizes in Stock) i (WHOLESALE ) J. KORBER a CO, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. s"V X X.... . 'c J- "Bain" and "Old Hickory WAGONS 4 HARNESS, SPRING WAGONS r nrfigr Strap Work llsro t Mlilti Wmlcra Hajr I'tp-m-,. Kar Irttn ml Wr llnrV Supplies tiillo-V I Inn Inure 1 1 tut g tea lnitu r T"i Mowers Thes)lirn orritunicd inm T'.oln Nail and Mr I'liaitona 4 oilers l iiniaa l.oods lta kin lUl .Mills llopr Slimn Kngltii-e t.itmt Clrt. r)i, I 'ml. Hi'. tills ami I'utiils I'hiwa tlinnm. Hi', Skitln. we. Sn Mill 4,mxM KurdwiMxl l.niiitM'r (WHOLESALE ) J. KORBER (EL CO. ALBUQUERQUE, N. H. HOLD SELLER S MAKES A fiSE LIRE R ii Enterprising Son of Albuquer que Executive Has El ?aso Newspapers Eating Out of His Hand. Harold Hi Mem, mm of our popular nnil well known end busy little exec utive nf Alhuqui ruiir. mix It I rosy to mukv a noise like a mayor If you J nut giv...

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. — 9 February 1914

' TOUR. The Evening Herald. ruiiiiniird hr The Evening llrrswi, Ine. natch M. lirnilersnn, Manager. K I'n nil J i ti in . r.dilor. Official rp'r ( the Clljr of Ainurtieriiie. Published ever afternoon rent Humlsv, 1?4 North Heron J Ptreet, AllMHuertiie, N. M. Fntered es serond-rlnss matter I the nostofflie (I AltHiquerqU. N. M., under th Act ( March I, 1I7. One month bj mull or carrier. One k by carrier lie On year kjr mail or carrier la advance II GO Telephone 117 snd 1(1. Tin: iwi-oitTWi i: or nil-; ait hllllW, III it liuslnoss wuy the holding of nti Aiiiim.'.Mi,. In A I t'U'i ui r'i iif- I ill, mi to In- of I ho greatest I iv or lit to 1 1 1 1 iiiy. Thi' nuionioliilc business In this slut-- ha turn irnn . Icni'K ii ml bound In Ihe mst two or three ears. It In growing more ra Iclly ml the time. Till business I" IhtiiiiiIiik in . .1 anil more centralised In A I Iiihi u ri no. Tho show will lull' In ceniriilixe It hero', lo localise the uk n n s t'hl-h 11 r'' ImnilliiiK the Now Mexic...

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. — 9 February 1914

FIV2. IF JEFF HAD ONLY TREAT ED MUTT WITH SILENT CONTEMPT. BY "BUD"' FISHER " ' 1 VCJ SMaan TOOK SCVOJT ffaC. YDVJ XP, aV CaSNTUCrAfSN AT THg rArf AiKCD you pom. a CaAf"Y nD J TWW TOM QO XAiN TlaO Ne&ATajej, TofcTKila, "AIN'T NO. VOU CAMTWV THOIS WO.MTOrSTHGk. BURIED DEEP III . TUNNEL Exploring Parties Cannot Reach Bodies for Days; Villa Vows Vengeance on Bandit Castillo. -SOv tbWtU. FtOPCe fHQ JUST fA THtl IOCA DonT YOU KNOW TMrVT YOU r'J KT'UHC feAV q.RAaaAA.. CaTj CAIVT tAC TM6 WOA.D. 'AiajfT'' AAO tack tniuiH J S WHAT BOT I AtN'T HA.O HO WCATIOH THE EVEN1NQ HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. II., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914, CIARRED n - - ""V f fj la-toil W.rn o I'vfnlnf Herald. Juitreit, Mexico, Feb. - it limy he several days before ex- plming pii 1 1 lea inn reach the tioilliB III the tumble tunnel Kiirtli mill r" k have fallen In I.'. I ll clul. nnil n I he fire la nl til binning wmk ii alow. I If rural ViIIii, who returned In Jnurex ycHli-rilnv, il i hi l i ll ilinl f would a rcilotiM...

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. — 9 February 1914

SIX TITE EVENING ITERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. II, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1914. Till i. ti pits NOW IS THE TIME he Jus, t Mil aeasmi of th year Hint our eluding offer their C I" l f -1 : i( f.ir mnki ng j mir portrait. The rush I ox er " r bus not yet begun r"oiii'cin nily we nave ni"re nmr n t our disposal- which meani lixia-aNiii mu nt.i.n tn Y '1'-In' riim i atta-iiting, to jrntir order. 56c Gray vStudios i.iiotMp Mliiiiii riiip l Wa- ( cnlrnl Ilmnr 523. BOOKBINDERS RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PP. INTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. 203-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440 Lemp's Fahtaff and Draught Beers are the choicest products of the brewer's art. A trial will convince yon. Consolidated ' T a "' WEDDING PRESENTS A HI tMllMI Ititig. MraHM'li. air t ullliro I- n lilcnl liirt fur Ih- hrldo, hi on may prclrr I I T I.I.Ast nr sll li'iniirc. r I una1 IHnncr Hake tl-ll . saudul- It lllll-, Fruit HlllvOa. lintli'r sprail'i !., aM Biinrmiloail KnmIh hiiiI nil at ra-asniinha...

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. — 10 February 1914

TOHWH XVMH TOUtYVia get It In I'm HKIUIji. lift, mil month or IS onl( wn k lcltvtrod I your dMit Itfcjr unit l.jr mail. York hain't much on our Automobile Show. 1 v,VH- riuncNK-crmitjr. Vol. . No, e. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914. evening nnuuv ol. 8. NO. 310. ! f! ft 7 INVESTIGATORS BUSY TURNING ON LIGHT COPPER 1 UNPAID, ALLEGED Counsel for Western Federa tion Attempts to Show Evils of Contract System in Mich igan. CLAIM MEN GET ALL THE WORST OF IT (Of Ix-ased Wlrtt to leulug flscald., Ilinu.uk. Mich., Keb. 1. The congressional Investigators resumed Ihrlr Imiiilry Inlo conditions In the nipper t'ounlry promptly at ( uVlrak thin morning, o N Hilton, counsel lor the Western Kidi-mllon f Mln I'M read Into the rct-urd mora nola lion on in lnri pay niulcipu tu show the low monthly wage earned ly hook' workers under I lie contract svstem KeductaMia for auch Items us "hospital, store aid board" were shown on eome of the envelope. "Wu will prove," mini Mr. Hilton, "th...

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. — 10 February 1914

TWO. THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1914. S ULT BULLETS NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS; IHIiriT l ltOM Till' IHIW TIMKPIl T Voir. THK l.-HUif-ftT ASKTMI..N T ANI 111b l,oVI sT PltMi.a MH mUCTLiY IIIUll , fill IK (iOOHM. THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADIWO COMPANY tt Mkl Til KliOMl ST. tIICBC ft 4 ft TOMORROW OMILY! Aztec Fuel Co. Gallup Stove Coal V "-:J Cleanest Coal in the market mows it l THOS. BLAKEMORE Funeral lure, tor and 1 rui.nlrnor Coriimrrrl.il Club Hull, ling tlppnnile pnxlnnire. I,HA AssvrNT. Irlst Aniliiilunn. I in j or Klgtil, Ulllfe phone. 113 Renidcuce Phuiie Hal WAITRESSES PICKET mm of Biscuit-Shooters of Windy City Demand Closed Shop Rule in Eating Houses; War on Sunday Saloons. lilj 1 raited Wire in irrmtng Tirrafd ) Chlcagn, Fell. l'i. Tin llr-iiit- lif- tween ilnwnlowii renin uiant K'i-M ik Mini tlx- wnltrexxex' union. whnlt de liuiri'lN it i loxcd nhop rule in III' rut ing hnunca, axxuined turner prm IIhIih today with I hi- unti.uim iinni! thut the e...

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