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IMF. lUniWX X AVAIANCHK, rHIDAV. JANUARY 20, W21
V 9 - R. & R. THEATRES -i $. 4 7 a. - s fe (': j-k-' . t-1!r .eV .1 ' vNr C 't: It-IP MANY T M I L L l N j SCtNLi 'J D V 0 P. f P n T N 'S ' WAV DC'nv f. b At R. & R. Lindscy, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Starting January 23rd "Way Down Dint" rrptenrntn n thought whirh In brrn in Mr, Griffith' mind for some time. It in "tn cvri)in't rntrrtnin mcnt," not on orlin.iry nttnution. "Wuy Down IIhuI" in full of appriil. Tlifl pitthe tic litllf Anna Monre tmutntn the full sym pwlliy of the Hiilirn-r tlirouirliout. I lie rrrrn ncl.lom prrnrntt n iippral n ntron nn thin. I'rom the moment Anna loaven home to go to ISnnlon, her f ;- rornpeln the clonfnt attention, nil the director hsm huilt up the character with a weallh of de tail. An Anna moven from one f)liane of life to the next, the appeal le omen nlrontf et. until hhe mertn David. In that moment, Lennox, the villain, in forgotten, isnd at odd riiomentn, through her denpair, we nee Anna triad heranne the Viijj love of her life han dawned upon her. Interest en trrn upon the web of Ronsip being woven about Anna, and when -he in driven from her haven of refuse among thone who loved her, and whom nhe loved, one findn the trreatent appejd for the wronged child. Mr. Griffith hnn enhanced neveral of hin rharartrrn with a rlintinit appeal Mm. Harriett, the Squire, Martin, David, no ad mirably played by Richard Rarlhelmen; and Lillian Gith, who doen the bent work of her career an Anna Moore. At Lyric, Saturday, Jan. 21t. J. P. McGowen in "THE RUSE OF THE RATTLER" Monday and Tuesday "DANGEROUS CURVE AHEAD" A double exposure of the marriage game. Wednesday, Jan. 25th Conway Tearle in 'MAROONED HEARTS" Notice: "Way Down East is the most expensive picture ever brought to the Plains. L I -4 t'V-v. rZ 4 i 1 : 7 3 H 4 ft .1 0 4 2 4 A 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 1 1 3 4 I 3 t 3 I (I t 4 ; i 4 4 J.RMcGon 1 the Ruse Of I The Rattler" a Thirteen Amerirann who hail heen aervinK in the Sianinh Foreign I1 fion in MoriMTn recently arrived in FnriH, telling ntunen of cruel treat ment and hnrdnhiim. The Americans ulitained tln-ir releane hy nweanng they were Canadian nubject. All Urilmh member were allowed to re-i nigri an the renult of prennure hrought; by the Urilinh Government. Twenty two Ameri h n wen- left behind in hoHiiitaN and four were killed in re cent figMirisr. Hospital eondiliori'' were (lioiHbli't they ohkI MRS. BOWEN TELLS HOW RATS ALMOST BURNED HER HOUSE DOWN f. W. H Jiii-kon, father of .1. H.,j A. W. and W. M. Ju' kHi.ri, I. imih-mi; men of l.ubbiM k, i reoofted t'i be very ill at the .1. I!. J;i kmin home. Ilin dauicbler, Mr. W. K. liray, of, Tyrone, (Jklaboma, m here tn visit him. "Kor two monthn I never went in our cellar, fearing a rat. One nilfht in bed I nine I led fire. Sure enough the rat had been nibbling at the mnlchen. If I hadn't acted promptly my houne would have been burned. Later we f.iund the dead rat. HAT SNAf killed it. It n great stuff." Three ni.en, .Vic, flic, $1.25. Sold and giaranleed by City Urug Store, or Cole-Myrii k Ililw. Co. I!e auxe of recent f'od r'mtn in Berlin the police of that city have isKiied a prorlamation agaiimt all pro ccuxion or other open-air demon rlratinin until further notice. HOT STUFF! Good Stuff! Cold Stuff! And everything Good Stuff! That's the Manhattan's way of putting things out to the people who want to eat and drink the best! THE MANHATTAN PARLOR & CAFE In protest againnt the publication of the detail of revolting crimen in the newspopern, renolutmnn have been adopted by the Men' Club of Wau watona, a mburb of Milwaukee. The member of the eltih banc their ob jection on the bad influence that ac counts of thin character have on young pernona and children, in the grade and high nchooln, who prepare topn-n on current evenln a part of their ntudien. Co-operation of other cluli and nor ii) orgiiniiat bum wan akd in ii n effort to induce the pub lisher to present the hewn in a i lend er form. CONSTIPATION Constipation of the bowel i a stoppage of the sewerage nyntem that remove wanle mater from the body It in an neoNary that your bowel move regularly once ea h day, to carry off thin rate, an it in that the wate pine of y'iur home be kept open anil ca'ry off the wa!e from the houne. If you would enjoy good health, keen v nir bowel regular by taking Chamberlain'n Tablets when needed. , The modern violin in riperior to th an lent, according to the d cision of a critical audicn e nf nvmi.' stu dent and nviniciann of Pari. Sit old vlolm and six of modern make I were ne!e-ted fur the tent. Aii'in" , the old violin were in.trumciitn by ! Stradivarius, Cundngnini and Amntl. ;AII 12 were numbered and biti w 're rat f'r the order in which thev hoold be "liyed. l!ef're an aud- ienre or triti-n, in a darkened c..n , .'ervatorv, the player performed on ; ea h viidin in siici enion. I.ihe the . audieni e, he wan in the dark and Nould not know what violin he had; i in hin hands. F.a. h menirer of th a''dirn e h. Id a Voting card, and an' t I WHAT II IE CENSUS TAKERS FOUND Taylor Mm lluirh, 1 T 1 1 Htli St. 4 Taylor Sidney A, 1 2th St. Tayn r Albert, 2404 lltb St. 4 Taylor Ira, W.l lfith St. 2 Ter - II W .OH A K. .1 Tet;iHi W t), HOI Ave M 4 Tib.ry L R, 171 I Ave V. ft Thorp N H, 7I Ave L A 8th St. I Thr u ton, Mi Kiella IH)2 1 2 SI 7 Thornton II T. f 12 4 Thompson II I., t12l 0th St. ft Thompott Carrol, 1302 Ave N. ft Thomas F V, 1,'tM Ave M. ft 'lorrence () M, 2til:' Ave M. :: lo.n .1 F. 1 :. v ti. I Ii nWnlcv K A 19 1 .1th St. I Tr.ei' le K M, 1711 Ave K. 1 'ri.Mile I ti. HM'i Ave I. Trim (i I., 11)00 Itlock, Ave (i. Tripplft A T, l2t 12th St. Turner Jno. F, T10 10th St. Turner Clyde. 311 Ave If. Turner J C, 2010 Ave L. Turner Jai k, 120 Iftih St. Tucker I, ;, 1RI2 17ln St. Turelly K K, 170 1 Ave J. Tucker A M, 17H Ave I. Turilly 8 V, Tuhhn C. II. 1314 Ave M Twitty A I). IM7 1 r.th St latum F. F, 1ft 10 Ave J. Taylor Jake, 121 Ae II. Thomas, (Mr. Chnse'n Hume) Thacker T K, 1202 Ave K A 5 St Terrell F. S, 1314 l lth St, Topp C l, 70H Iftih St. Turner, 1401 Ave J. Turner Jim, 10'! 14th Kt. Tubbn lee, 1402 Ave M. Turner K It. c A Alhon ll'"e Vaughn Mm T U H04 1-2 11 St Vet F. P. 210 Ave II Vi.-kern 1 F 1 !'0H 13th St. R omberg V Von, Hu Knh St. Wu,.n .1 K. 7" I Ave .!. Warren 1 F, 11o0 lilk Ave K. Wagner Dr., If. 'it r.'ih St. Wnt.r II (i, lf.Jl l.'th St. Wat-.n lien, 112 Ave II Walton C A, . - Av.. P. Walker N A, - . War.1 C I), Wei d n S, 713 Ave (. Wei h II I., I!'". I Axe I. Weal. T J, II!-' Ave Q. Weawr ?:,m II. "no 7 1 l h St W.-t l; F, 171(1 Ave C. Wheel.., k F. H, HI 2 Ave J. While I, K. rt7 1 vth S't Whi:r C M. Jo ! Ave S Wheilo. k F F, 12l r.'.h St. Wheel..ck K H, 12M 12h St. Whilton, . . Ave V Whi'e C K, 201ft 1 lih St. W lit .1 M, 71ft Ave i. Wir-rnhorn Fventt, K,J:? Sth St W,'.n K T. 1 4 1 h St W lkm.en S W. I7tt. Ave K 4 Wiu..n S C, ir.lft loth St. I Wi'kwen F I.. . . W.llroir F W, 1010 Ave T. I W.l.f,.rd II L. 4 Wil..n F.d, Ave 1 Wilkerw.n Ie. Ave H. I ft W.ndle I., 131H Ave I. M Wn.,n .1 A. 112 l'.th St. 2 Wilhoet Mack, K'OO Dlk 14th St ft Williams C I., .. II ft Wilkinnon R I., 410 Ave I. A ft St 4 W.l-r.n M, If llth St. ft William Walter, 4 William J F, - - Ave II. ft WYIett R A, 31 Ave K. ft W il. v A P .t w . iii ...,. I. i,.t. i i Tin r I .3 WiM M K. 140 Ave Q. 3 Wi'liam J..e, 1412 Ave R, 2 William Fd. 4(iM Ave K. w..diird M, :,o'.'i i:th St. W..ff..rd K K, 1812 Ave 0. 1 Wold II L. 1 L'th St. 10 W.M.Iard ( T, 19.32 Ave H 4 Wood J N, . 4 Wood C W, 1747 Ave J 3 Waldnp T C,, 2002 I 4th St. ft Wolfforth E, 1701 12th St. H Wolforth C. C, 2304 12th St. l Warli. k R G, lft0 lftth St. 9 Wood I R, 11 Ave L 7 Woodard T M. 2001 Ave L Wright H L, m24 13th St 3 Wright I. S. . . Ave II 4 Wright C E, 908 Ave H. 4 Wright D M, 3 Wright Neil, 1 122 llth St. 2 Wvehe Joe, 715 Ave O. 3 Willett J R, 1218 Ave L. 8 Waldon M B, 1&0 lftth St. i Watson, 1404 Ave K. 2 Wilhamnon, (With Mm Chase) 1 Woldndge Weldon, 14 OH Ave M 2 Wilnon Koneoe, H01 Ave I. 1 Witt Lida, H02 Ave O. 2 Wilnon A H, 704 Ave L. 2 Went B II, JA04 Ave K. fl Yarborough R J, 1711 Ave F. 3 Xeol'kort A. l'J.II Ave II. Zimmerman W A, 1314 Ave F. Aureli.i Lufero, ...... Aemerihn Fuhiijie, . Atijulor Louin, ... Alhoren Snblns, ...... Buffet Jack Harnett !uy, Brown Floy, Boyd Louise, ((Cnnley't Sevt.) Ilaunn I, Boran Frank Buntilbm Isadora, Of re tJuy, 1701 Ave A. ('.mule, . . ... Cordorlea Piloa, Cortina M. Chabsd Mula Chalind Pete Chnbana Juan, Cannseo Franeinen, Ave II. Ford John, 1 7 1 M Ave A. Fernandei Jose, ...... Fb.ren Fernando Flore Zulnlir, ...... Tloren Ven, (iood Molly, . Ave B. (ireen John M, 170.1 Ave K. tirnceman S B, (iar. ia (inb.re, Lambert Mildred, ... Lewin Nellie, 170I 12th St. I.ucero Pat Lang Athello, Jameson K J, Ave I). Johnson Boh, Ave A. Jaurve Itafeln, ...... I. una Pedro, Moore Lee, 1700 Ave A. Marrow Carrie, 1722 Ave A. 4 Moiitoya Juan, e fcl l..l. A ,..,i u.. I.. i.i.-.i.oiin ii. ..", ...... .ft Miiriliui Ffi.inemlr, ... 4 Meiid'.a r iinnie, ...... 7 Martinet Santo, . . 7 Molina A I , . . fl Motitag i Santig i, . 1 I N'obn Joe, . 2 Owen (iu, 1722 Ave A. A Opptpfiia Rosa ft Orthado Antonio. ..... 7 Publii (Iranin F, . 2 Roberts V J 1702 12th St. T Shelton llerbet, 1110 1 Taylor Minerva, 1402 Ave N. 2 Thompson Charlie, 312 18th RL 3 Terrance William 8 Valdomino Jose, ...... 2 Vasee Ri.ardo, 2 Wesley Minnie, IftOH Av B. 2 Negroen, Ifilll llth St. I Negro, 1718 Ave It. GO LDS "f'.t( l Cnld Compound' r, Qijif h" I P, I'r f Knriwi Don't stay stuffed-upl Quit blowing anil snuffling. A done of "Pape'i Col3 Compound" taken every two hour until three done are taken umally break any rold right up. The very first done open ctnfr4 nnntrll and the air passages of the head; stops none running; relieve the headache, dullness, feverlshneea. 'Tape' Cold Compound" eoirte only a few rent at drug irtorea. It act without annlslanre, tante nlee, contain no quinine Insist nposi Pape'sl 10 1.1 Avalanche Time Savers Texas Land Guarantee Exchange Abstract & Title owne,.' Agenti fo. Company rarm. Hani he anil City P,0P",y Lubhork, T.. Conley Builiiing l.ulihofk. Texa AbstmcU to Lubbock, Hoeklny, n . . , , Coe hrn Counties, anil Town- . W , A levitnder J. K. Alexander ite therein. NICKERSON E. S. BILLINGS "The Concrete Man" Baggage and a ii i i Transfer All kinds of con crete work done Now located at Simpson I right and promptly. ,Cf,ric fiP' S-T) Ced" r " Street, t'hone 28. for your Phone 040 h""li'" E. C. YOUNG F. M. Maddox Ia.ur.nc. Bonding F,rm nd FEDERAL FARM UU lnine IOAM OfTic in Lubbock St.u . . K, . i n i ri i Bmnk Building Citizen National bank Bldg. r mnt Phona 302 Phone 267 MO II J. E. HENDERSON edTarion MOTADV Pino Tuner, Pbone 43S nvy AK I tave order at Simmon'a Un- PUBLIC dertaking Co., South Side Avalanche Office. Ave. I Sfl'"'- 0 Enirland propose ti rt ablish re- 1 rnatii.ns for the wandering gypy jt'iben of that country. It i esiima'edi i rhe' a'e more than 20,000 (rypies: In England. I Lubbock Should Have MORE HOMES There are not enough houses for rent and still there are too many rent houses! You will be a happier man, you will be more content ed, your family will be happier, your town will be bet ter, everything will be more pleasant, if the hou.e you live in is your own. We will be glad to help you build a home in Lubbock, to help you start on the road to a substantial success. The A. G. Mc Adams Lumber Co.