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The Evening Heiald, Albuquerque, N. Mm Wednesday, January 24, 1917.
A Showing of .DRESS We have a reputation of showing only the most dependable dress goods, and we are mighty proud of it, too. You will find it a pleasure to look over our varied stocks, and it is always a pleas ure for us to show you. Below you'll find a few interesting items: TUB TAITETA 36 inches wide, solid colon of Mttin mripc in brown, green, electric blue d OP ltd navy, wears well and looks well, yard, v 1 eawO PAISLEY SILKS 36 iuches wide, in the new rain- ley colors, very popular for and trimming, at, a yard WOOL PLAIDS Especially good and de- d OP sirable, at, a yard vltbJ EPXNOLE CLOTH A mighty popular J1 rA number and especially good, a yard vltvU For Better Values and Service Try " '""-"y SAMPLE OF BALLOT E Australian features Embodied in Measure Introduced by Repre sentative Mehlhop; Up-to-date Law If It Passes Legislature. . Koilnwlna; ) the form of Auetral Un ballot aa advocated by Ropn eentatlvc 8. L, Uehlhop, allowing the way a portion o tne tweet would look, which the lection Judaea would band out to each voter. In addition to the Information alt iwn, there will be a circle at the top or each party ticket Immediately underneath the party name, and a equare at the left of each candidates name. To vote a etralghl ticket the "oter merely place an 'X'' In the clrele at the toi of the ticket he wtehea to vote. If) it la dealred to vote a acratchedi ticket, the voter makea an "X'' to the left of the name of each candidate he deairea to vote for; or. he may place an "X' tn the circle at the head of the column in which there are can didalea he deairea to vote fr and an "X" to the left of the name of any candidate or candldatea In any other column fur whom he dealrea to vote. Pur inetance. rhould a voter deakre to vote the utralnlit Democratic ticket except for eenator and repreeenlatlva in ronareae. he could either make an "X'' to the left of each name on the Iemocrailc ticket, except thoe of. Joiipi and Walton, and ahift over and mark an "X' oppoeite the Harm- of Ilui.bell and Ilemandes In the Re ptiotiran column, or he could mm." an "X'1 In the circle at the head of the Ijemocratlc column and mark an "X" oppnalte the aamea of Hubbell and Hernnndea In the Kepubllcan column, mhich would mean th.it he had voted the rtralaht Democratio ticket, except for Senator and rep resentative In confreaa. Votera will rot be allowed to put an "X" in mora than one circle at the top of the bal lot. (Emblem here If any) REPUBLICAN REPCBUCANO For President: r'aia I'reaideiUe: CHAltLES EVANS HUGHES Tor Vlce-Hrealdent: Para Vlce-rreaidente: f'JIAKLES W. r"AlKBA.KS Kor I'realdenlUl Elector: Para Klectoraiea preaidenclalee: (Vote fr three) Voto por trea) W J. HAMMOND C. L. HILL J L AN ORTIZ for foiled State Penator: I'ara aenador a lo Kaiado l'n do: FRANK A. HCBI1ELL, For Member nf Congrea: J' a Wiembre a Congreeot O. .. HBnXAXDKZ V9t flovernor: I'ara Ooliernador: H o. nr;Ki'M X4 is lie. tMuai Hu ) PRESCRIBED III BILL Dependable i GOODS. waists, dresses 7C ..fleJk HELD IN ESTEEM BY PEOPLE OF BELGIUM Kev. Henri Anet, a Native of Starved Nation, Tells of Condi tions in His Country in Address at T. M. C. A. Building. Rev. Hrnrt Anet. D. V. U L. V . a representative of the American Hugue not committee and a native and for mer miaalonary in llelftum, dcavriboj the aplrlt and Condition of hia people at the Y. M. C. A. Monday night. The peuker praieed the people i f the I'nlted Hta'ea and Hwiucrland, b'iviiik that the clliaena of thla country have no Idea of the thrill that the bv iKian have at the elRht of atara and tripe He told of many incident nf the war. adding that 20.000 bulldinifa of that country had been detrovd. "It ia Impnaetble," aatd Rev. Ann. "for you to reallae tho loot that l. a been taken by the Oarmana to fcrnii. Each aldier muat have hla email wiu venlr and thla meana a itreat amount nf plunder. Even aufca hav.i ne n tuken unopened toRpther with autumn- bile loaded with private propiTiv. "You mutt no back to th lime of the AaaTlane to find equal cruelty. T:rn the Roman treated their iih oner better. In apite of t!irr anf ferlnaa, and you mut remmlx i thai 10,0110 non-combatiinta loat thtn Uvea, in the flrat four montha nf tae w ir. and lnce that time niiitiy h"' lien aent Into aluvTy, the peopie u" l'l tlum are optlmlatlr. The apeaker then told of how people were arreetrd In Uelfluni by tno iter man for aavlnx the aliahtent word, placed In prtaon. and If ever, were of-u-n returned horn in the riyinx Miitivn of l iberculoeia. "An Inatance of nptnnli'iii, ' ttie epeaker aaid. "wna rhon on AukuhI . when the annlveiaar" of thu ' n.ur, of the war wae celebrated by thou aanda of lleltilana by weurliu nna;i acrapa of puer In their button in I'' (Kniblem here if any t DEMOCRATIC DEMWIiATA For Prenldfnt: para Preaid'nte: WOODROW WIIN Kor Vice-Prea'dciit: Para Vice-Prealdente: THOMAS H. MARHIIALb Kor Presidential Klenora: Para ElectoraU-a prealilemialea: tV'ote for tlirKn Voto por irt a JOKK O. t'HAVKH JAMES I PTO.N TEt-IX UAHCIA For fulled Htai Benalor: para Senador a lo Kvladu l iildo: A. A. JUNKS Kor Member of Connies i'ara Miembro al C'oniirv)io: WILLIAM U. WALTON For fjovernoi I'ara lolH-rnmloi : K f Ie BACA J auupJeUg (vi mini ui. lu STARS AND STRIPES PASTIME THEATER Tftriav ftwi.v lla TrtiANt.ij-: fie aht DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS "AMERICAN "ARISTOCRACY" He Anita Voam Directed by Unyd liutreham The) C'eM! CAMir LER lHUilu rAUUIAXKK Hon f an arletocrat. Lt:Mm iih k chuii.f.s pe lima Manufacturer one hump hatpin. MIX IIH K JEWEL, CATIMKX Ilia daughter. PEllCY HOHTO ALBKIIT PARKKU Manufacturer ef war munltlona. DELt.AIM) AnTIIlH OltTlKfiO A Mexican apy. Time of Showt 1, 2:15, 3:30, 4:45, 8, 7:18, 8:30, 9:45 P. M. ADULTS, lOe CHILDREN, 6c SAY, MEN! How About That Sweater? Plenty of cold weather to come, and, besides, t you need it for all sorts of outdoor sports. Better decide now to get yourself one of our high-grade, serviceable and long-wearing RUFF-NECK SWEATERS Our stock contains a choice assortment of colors and our prices are about 20 per cent lower now than you will be able to buy for next season. O. A. Matson & Co. Phone 19 The Germane, who have no itie of humor dlj not know what it wan nil about." Rev. Anei concluded hla apeech wtih a few remarka concernins the niieiiion ay work that waa bcln dune In Ki-I-(ium and aaked hi hearer to uid In the Chriatlan work. DON'T HURT A BIT! Lift your eld, torturous earns nd eallu right off with th Angara, Thia liny bottle holda the wonder of m under. Il contuina an almost maBtcal drun dlacoverd by a Clncin r.ati man. It la call' 1 freeune. It U a compound mad' from ether. Apply a few drop or thia freeaon upon a ten der, aohlnn corn or a hardened cnllua. Inatant ly the aorenua dlaappvar and nhortly you will find the rorn or callu o ahriv. eied and loone that you Juki lift It off with the fin ger. You feel no pain or oreneaa when applylna freezone. or afterward. It doeett't even Irritate th kin. Jut aak In any dru tore for a ainull buttle of treemne. Till will coat but a few jernt hut wilt pimltive ly rid your poor, auffvrinit feet of overy hard corn, anft corn, or corn between lh tutu, or th touch cl lone on bottom of Ret. Uenuine (reeaone haa a yellow Uliel. Lok for yellow label. School Bonds to be Voted Upon by Owner Of Property Feb. 27 City council at apei nil meeting helu yeMerday afternoon iali.il a spe cial election to be lo :d on 1'enriiary Z" at which prope't -vviv r will ,otc (I'inMctii here if any) I'HOIIililTlUN IMlUlimiCItiN ieu l ni iiecto u. I 206 V. Central on a piopoidticn to iuu. eh. jl ImnU for 140.00(1 If the iHKue la approved the u. J of 4MtK,itnn iirf Iijm ample tuce in will, h to aee 1 1 the bool and h.ie bin M In up in tlmt to relieve the- J coiiKcMioii in the sohoola bv the cp'.-n-Ina of the term next .'c. timber , The pldce of retcuiratl.nl arc. Firt Ward New Maxi.'o -mar etnre. Heiond Wurd Alvurndo pharmui y. Third Ward W. C. Thaxt.in'n cffl. e. Fourth Ward Henry Weaterfvhl' clKnr atore. Tne pnila will be at tho following place: C" rfct Ward Koriie. I- i ' i : s . c . Second Ward 114 Vt Gold ave nue. Third Ward V. C. Tliaton'v office. Fourth Ward -lty hall IF BACK HURTS BEGIN ON SALTS lliixll tli KbliK'V at bine WlMii',nuB from iialoon license under pro- llaikacliy or lilailib'r llotJi-lr Aloat t'orniH I'rtu Anid. Xo man or woman who lata meat rvHularly run make a mistake by dualling the kidney, occualonaily. Hy a well-known authority. Meat form uric acid which clog the kidney pores ho they vlUKKiahly filter or atrain only purl of th wnite and poi. on from the blood, then you act .. Xiarly all rbeuinatlHtu, hind ache, liver trouble, nurv uune, con Ktlpation. dliID eepleitieH, bladder disnrdv-i com from luKltih kidney. Tbe'inoiiieiu you reel a dull ache r the kidneya or your gack hurt, or If the urine I cloudy, offensive, fm' of sediment, irregular nf piuinnuo or attended by a s-oi-alion of aculumu. gel about four ounce of Jad ialt from ,i:iy reliaide pburrnacy and take a tableMpoonfui in u glasa of watct before breakfast for a few day arid your kidneya will (hen urt tine. Thi famous ali 1h made from the Bctd tif Krapes it ii j lemon Julie, combined with litbui and ha been used for genera'. mn to ilish rlogged kulinv and Hliuiiilnte them to ucUvlty. nl'i to ni utialice the i.cld in urine .i II no longer cuus'm irritation, thu ind ini: bladdt r disordt-r. Jad Sail : liexpenl''e cannot in litre. inakra a delightful effi rvcMt nt litha wiier drink which all reuiilir mea. eater slioul t tae now ami then to keep the kidney clean and the biood pure, thereby nvuldiug tr lou kuloey cm up I icat ion. Want to trade that mule for a gna wagon? Try the WANT AD way. A ll'tl WANT AD now (nd Ihen la read by evry rla of nin and women too. Try on. THOS. F. KELEHER Leather and rinding, laddie. Har new. Painu. Out . Waterproof Chrome Sole. Shoe Stora BuppUaa. OH WEST CENTRAL USE Matthew's Milk Phone 420 lUTtl V f ft tftl Itlt SPRINGER OLDEST AND BEST TO BUHBCRIBKK" It yon fall to set your evening e paper, call POSTAL TBLKORAPd COMPANY. PUONC It. : : f THE WEATHER . FORECAST: Tonlfht fair eliirhtly colder aouthcaM portion: e Thursday fair Albuquerque weather for II rnir. piidlna a. m.: Ma1 Inium 4. Minimum It, llnnae i 7. At a. m. 3K. North wind; clear. "If by any i hunce I have to may lute at the office, I'll aend you a note, dearie." he thnuyht- fully aaid uh he left In the morn- inir. "Don't worry, denr." alie re- plied: "I'te already found It in your coat pocket! Personal Kcws Items. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiuiiiucat Auto Bprln-. an makes. Korher Co Alderman ' i l. Olbmii ho un derwent an operation on urcmint of appendlcitlx nt th Snniu Ke lii'KpituI Saturday, ii ImproviiiK Rev. drover '. Kmniona of (!:illup, X. M.. arrixed in the city lact tHKht, for n lirlef vlHit with Iiib parent. Mr and Mr John I Kmniram. Don't miw tho Pi vhh tcriiin lnlieh' Yel.iw Tea and Ilnine 'miklnis Sale at Mrs. Shortle'i.. MS West Copper avenue. ThurmLvv afternoon Iruin 3 to o'clock. Colonel D. K H. fell. r yesterday bouitlit the AlbuiUeriiie Abytrart ct'inpanv. which Ii.ih been in the hunila of receiver. Colonel Sellers tilted that he maile the piirchaMe a aKent f"r efiatern people. A. W. tiomiriih. of the Xew Mt ico Ciiiar compiiiiy. hii i -! tn I ih.it I'""'" '"' to take effect binary I. It la undrretiMid that Mr tloodrieh will i-oiini'Ct bln-.self w:ih the Went em M'.rttfaBe ctinipiin . M!- Clara U'l-lier refurneil home the Prut part of the week from Mad rid, where he had been Nuked play u! on entertainment. She will leave toinoirow for ilallup. X. M. where rlii' will play for "tverjl llallc In that city. Mayor to be Official Delegate at Santa Fe The city council has di tainted Mayor Weaterfeld otlicia ri'presenta five of the it '.t the meeting of the enjtile of Mutiieipulitl''" of Xew M"'X Ico to be held ol Santa Ke on I'riiiav. City Clerk Thomaa Hut;lie will jli attend tfle meetins. but not an oil. rial rcpreaentativr. One of the thins:" the municipal repreaentativei fire expected to con sider In the pronpectiv e !oa of rev- hibition condition. It I hoped that nine plan or hint of a plan lo nin..e up for the lo ol that revenue will come out of the nieeimg. SEND IT TO BillVShop THEY KNOW HOW Albuquerque'! Successful Gar ment Cleaneri Phone 480 219 S. Second I i i immmmmtmmxt WATCHES JEWELRY SILVERWARE CUT GLASS Reliable Goods at Close Prices 13TD iis '18831 C'S-ffA f IT.. irv7 W cr NTW L AVCai L B. P. Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AND BANQES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR MARSH SIMPLEX and ADVANCE DUPLEX STEAM PUMPS 318 West Central Arenue. Phone 315 SENATOR BARTH IS COMING HOME ;WILL il Believes He Has Introduced Enough Beneficial Legislation; Prefers That His Seat Remain Vacant Until Contest Is Ended. (Speciul Currexpondence.i Santn Fe, N. M.. Jan. 24. Senator luirth ia roliiK home. He ha met the .Mnnte cntmnillee on (inteatu and election, and lia an nounicil hla d-dnlon. Te'hnlially tie will be cm used by the aenute for the pnrpone of tetnrnine f AI'ukiui nine, ind preparma- hi evidence In the cle . tion enntext, ami will remain theie from two lo three week, lie expeiia to leave the cai ?i-l Thiirnday. A aeroml inrctiiiK of the iont"t commlliee In to be held to lav. for lh purpoto of d-'cutina: t,f w-hnt proced ure I" to ie followed In the examina tion of wilnfi"H. if any are to lie ex amined, and wbut evidence witl be ao mittud. It i propoHcd to bae their decision u; n'l the ev . pined Introduced in tne dlMtrict court In '.he iii1 now iiit.Iu i! in rea.tnl to the election of ."andoval colllltv offb lale in ttle fianie election. If the leatlmony can be secured by th I of next month, both oaitien airr'-ed. the cour ti'stimi'nv will be used a a l.iin- i 'I. in. I,. Illllto of Alll.liel.lie. I at pres.. nt enicak'i'il bv the .oint in taking tin testimony. The ' ourt 'll be reuuesteil bv tl.e b u'i' l.itu e i oiii tnitt..e to huiry up th" trial. Attornev I;. It. WriKht. aitini: for Mr. Chrlemnn acored the fltt vbtorv In the conical at the lo-Hrinir yesier- dav afternoon, by Die failure of tl.e ludk'e to throw out hi contest on the around that It had not I,'. n tiled noon enouali. Mr Itnith citcil the pio iioim of thi old law from the i odlf o'.il 'on. Int hi reiiet that the contest ;. thrown out on thai nci-oiint was nt nored nt the tlice. Mr. Wnisht tiaieted the opening f balio-. bore concerned in the elec tion, itnd reference to ihe certificate therm foniuined for n piucinal r--ioiint of the vote The habot boxca lire at t.resent in aafe dipoait vault li an A !htiiiler'iic bant.. he l ate.-, and his iiki:csH..i would involve a junket of the s.. en 1111 uiber of the committee to Albllrueriie. rioth pnrtle to the content ntitienrerl npiioied to the eaiinir of wine.-e. unle It can io- ilone bv a referee. .-. th" time Involvid Would deprive them from iitundin the leailatiire The rnnsidcrabln item of expense to the Mate which would run Inio aeveral thout-and of dollars, wn also alven a n reaon for avoldiriK takuiK of tctttllllnnv. Mr. Harih' reply I In moil ri'"pccti Identlcnl with Mr. Chrisinun contest, with the exception that vvh'tia Mr I'hrlsm.in alien. that the ontesiee received I" irregular vote, 'he l..tt t my Mr. Chilnniin re.ilved 74. It i ld that In l oth case certain voter nt ibeir h. illoi in precinct in who h they were not ic yiHicri'd. thoiiuli in the proper coiintv A recent Hiiprem in decision w-i pn.ie I .! ihe li.urinis' M'ier.l.iv . in which II va held tint no mnr c rld lie compelled lo tell how lie voted Hoth parties claimed ibt their evi dence if llilroilllied would not le til., I of the Voter himself, but of other. M- inbers of tin oiiiinit'ce Imlic led that Mr Tin rl Ii would be placid i n th defensive In the inintcr tin- sano- Mr i hrisn ,,,n. t., w lib h Mr. l.artb stated Hint smin h u he liohl the c.-rtif" nt- of el-etion. Ihe olbc - man dioulu be iiMiiund lo prove 'bit the eliH'tloti offiel.il bad u-i n In " i t or in IsslllllK it to bint. It l implo.ia I.I thai Ihe i iinl"l will end within three wc-lis to .lull." from the drift nf the first InannK In the meantime Mr It.nth .boose tnat In scat shall remain va.aut Mi In isni.i n ha been pri sent a n spic liil.-r nt the session of the aeuate for scv.ral d-ivs The tciiuri. of tin' olf e i for four Mar.' In .oinmeiit Ui..n the action of lha ' oinniiltee .so far Mi. Ilanh atcd t-. .lav that be did not rare to be l.llt , til. t 'u.se .cr-oi.i II'. of M--.ci.il 111. .us. in. I Jollai lii ilefcnd Ills slat Hi- also said tll.it he helievcs he l.a-iniroilu-i il i ii... uii i- i.i r;. i.il I. ,;Ma- inoi to coupler- l.ii . t - i in.: mat line. Paints Superior Lumber St Mill Co. Phone 377 501-521 8. 1st White Front Cafe Now open under new management- Uood thing to cat 206 S. Second St. Green Chili Tbaew'a a reavann whv this ta U beat CeuioeU Chill packed. CLUB MAY HALVE Members Who Believe Collection Campaign Would be a Success Cause Plans for Sale of Struct ure to be Shelved. S A hum tin of the C.nnmcrclrtl e ettitt wliH h whs In have lafii lielil w tonlKlil will In- Im-IiI tonioiTow S iiIkIii. iM'irlnnliiK at N o'elck. Tin- toWllNiplc in p IH-rnl. as well u .ill iim iiiIni s. ure umol by I In' iffl-er of file i lull lit HI lend the lllisi'tliia. tippoHitioii to Ibe aic of the Cotn nicltlal cloli bllMdlUK di-vvli'pe.l in uch etrelilith at the nicellliK hi'ld Ut iii,bt to i.is on the offer ! I ." -immi or the structure made by the Young Women' ChriMian n.-oeci-iion. that the sale proposition vv.i ahelved and plnim lor a subscript. oi cainpaiun t 'kin up instead Thosf inembers) who i-id-o-. d i: -Ilia u the impieMve I n hinM:ntr held lhat a collection enniiiaitiii coubl be made to i m the oi ('n.i.i' ;on' in- J di-nieilnes-H In halt. The il.h.ussbdi and eni'tidi-red a lb i-'ii w IS llMl of cnHm-iasm that led t nty-tivi-men to iil'il.i. I.'.n .il toward the li.U .. ilafion fund It i propoM d to raise I Oic l February -'3. IT. .1. I. rearc. wa niaile i'hait man of the committee on the ciim palltn. Thr- i thi r member are l.ouis llteid. .1 T Mcl.iiaitlilin. In C II earn. Jack Itavmdds J I' Lutln Sol r.en.iaintn. II. H. ISodiy. It. K. l'ut i.ey. A Flei( h-r A. i.hm.h and ' ! Haver A coniiii-'te wa .'ippoiiited r- Opl'tate With Ihe ixecillive ..l.u :t- tei- of the rat'ln and tli'i-ji as-.tciu- I. i.i in preparing for the t i.ni nt .ot to be held li-re in March. i.'i l K II. Seller I'ave ltonwaid C M f'arr. T H Mitiliell llarr-. Leonard Tom linn I.ou: llf.dd. Walter ( ot - tiell. Col W. H. Hopewell and Malic Westetfeld make up thi' coiniiiitii The club voted to jibe it auppoil to the bill now pcnd ni- in Hie i:in legieluture providing for a r.inniii -"Ion lo take up dr-amane m ilt. r iiu miliar rnmrnistoticr from 'oir. raiio Hud Texa and the reclamation ervle Stale Fncineer .lame A French explained the per',""1" of Hie bill to the club. Mexican Doctor Fined For Violating Sec. 25 I ir .lose Manuel I'iiil--i is l ill :iio. the C l It II VI.- f,.rlo,i . . t lll - fin. d faced Judge M.'t'ti ran 111 cotiii this moriiii.i:. ch.nv.l latlm; the traffic t i'ii iil.it ding a iilntimhlle to p.i- toppcll lit I o .iiik lie f 1" A Intle WANT AP now and then I read bv every cla of men and women too Try one. DONT RUIN A GOOD TIRE with blowout patcue. nave them vulcaniied. Bring u two old tire and we will max ynu one Rood tire. Guaranteed .1,000 mile. Prtcei right and all wore guaranteed. DODRILL TIRE CO. In White Garage, cor. 4tb and Copper MALOY'S lienlrv'h H it i it'll Kk'os. . ,55c New I'illiforiliil Lettuce, Id 10c 'niilitliiwc, . Ill 15c Siiiuicli, Hi 15c 1 1 . ii I Lid i net' 10c (Vlciy 5c II, in. in. is. A i!i k. (Inni'cs lniu'l'i'iiii 'I'livl'ir'n Tiiiiiiili'i, - fur 35c Tin liir' rc mis nnil ( 'liili. '' tor 25c Tin lor's. ( 'lull SiiMci' ... 10c Mmiov Inii k r.rcinl 10c A.J.MALOY s