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The Evening I leral J, Albuquerque, N. M., Wednesday, January 31, 1917.
sness: PAGTST.1E TODAY Charles Ray, Margery Wilson and Margaret Thompson, in "THE HONORABLE ALGY" 1 A TltlM4!4:k.Y IlKK I'ltOltl TIO Thor I una t4 Kwrllnnman and there hi dm ihkmI KntrllHlimnn, and they're both tilled. ne of 'cm lovaa Utile 'l't" and tha other iovm money. Tliore'a a million In Jewel. too: tnt In Mk thins In the awevt, virile amrv that pull nrnl artpa unit hnlria you. Charles IU amt Miirirery Vtln anil Margaret Thompson hate nvrr dona better nor had a better vehicle than tha New Trlanale Nay Hce play, 'Th Honorable Aley." Tlmci Mhiw . I, t;.V :!, 4:13, :(, :, T:S. atlo p. M. ADULTS, lOo CHILDREN, 5o V - - USE Matthew's Milk Phone-420 ) i 8; rilirimiiiiii: White Front Cafe Now open under new manage ment Oood things to eat 206 S. Second St. - I Ijtr ViB.if. N. M, Jan. SI J. W. ' r.inut, mmiaaer of the t'lit"l llfuld D . f ci)in'apy'N Mure at K.u.ta !tia, cain ance tonight, Coj"i' Monnuy from thut pi piinxl In Contractor Itihurd W. lombo Hall. Three A j cash! me GOILDEN RULE THEATER ii ONLY DON'T RUIN A GOOD TIRE Tith blowout patcDes. Hire them srulcsnUed. Bring on two old tlrra and we will make yon one good tire. Guaranteed 3.000 miles. Prices right asna a. It mabb ara.&ul smim mi w vi a, uwwitcTti DODRILL. TIRE CO. In Wblta Oarage, cor. tb and Copper Many New Buildings Are Being Erected In Santa Rosa Now (Kpei Inl Correspondence j Eolith, ho bus Jtmt Hiilhhi d buililintf llir roiti)an s net building there. Big Days Tomorrow, The Mruclure, ai roiuina Mr. milh. la una of Ire bt ar.d iniwt nimlern In :he U!h-eil. It la I Si feel by it feet I Inrhea, and rontalna full ban me tit at it to a cement floor. reln forced with ahanlied wire. It la two atorlea high, tha from nd con taining rooms for tha otiieea and res idence of the manager. The hullrtlnir la solid stone, and la the laraexl hi well as the nuwt attractive, building In Santa Itosa. The erection of this Charles Ilfcld store thrre has started' a bullilliiK boom In the uuartulupe county seal, tieteral huildlnss at preevnl me umler const ruction, among ihcni being an automobile Karaite, a picture show, a rank, a skating rink. 1r. Kmlth. who believes In 1-as Vegna- future, says that Kama Itosa also is a coming town." There Is cement work ga lore, he ssys. and business opportun ities are erellcnt there. A little WANT AD now anil then la read by every class of men -and women too. Try one. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM France Ingram CONTRALTO Feb. 5, 8:15 P. M. J Auipicet of the CabsIm! vbU ! at a e I Club X Cans, Pianist, March 8, 1917 i Fanning-, Baritone, April 10, X 1817 Season Tickets, $4.00 X Single admission: IngTam, $2.00; students, half price. Reserved Seats at Matson's THOS. F. KELEHERl Leather and rinding. Saddles, Har nesa. Paints. Cut Soles. Waterproof Chrome Soles. Shoo Store BuppUes. 408 WEST CENTRAL We Pay the Highest Prices Tor old Copper, Brass and Rubber, au: fiecond hand Ctotning, Bhoea and Furniture. The ALBUQUERQUE BARGAIN STORE Sc JUNK CO. 305 8. rtrst St. Ftaona 072 Paints Superior Lumber & Mill Co. Phone 377 . 601-521 S. 1st k LA ULJzd SPRINGER OLDEST AND BEST 1 TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to get your evening paper, call POSTAL. TKLKURAP4 COM FA NT, PHONB IS. THE WEATHER J Ku II BC AH T Tonlaht and Thineitay Increasluir cloudiness with snow north and east or tloim; colder with cold wue north and cast portions. ALlU'WCKHyl H Weather f'r it hours emliPK s a. iu.: Muxlmuin 6(1. M inlmuni it. Itanvr 34. At m. into. 4 Poiith vi em M lndn clear. "Whiit l the price of this em- broiriered skirt?" "Miiilaiu will find the skirts on the next table that which she liss Is tho new cape collar!" MiiiiitiiifMiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMmttu Aulo Springs, all makes. Korher Co. Ju.lue John It. McFle was In AHiu (1'Jithuu toilay on his way to tlillu:, X. M. lie hue been In tunta F on It'Hal business. ' niuor lmiai' liurth who hus been In A!buuueriue the past week will leave tonight for Santa Vr, where he will reiiuiiu tiiirliiit the present sohioii of the lKlslntuie. I'ablo fnui'ld" was f.ncd IK. m . .. II'. o court for tli iwnK bis utitoiinibi; over a line of hose liild by InmK'ii Ii. flu lit iiitr n fire at T-arrlns on M'iil.i niirht. Mrs c. . fames ai.d duiiRhier liuel. .mil sons John and Hiu:itu. I ft lust niirlu on train No. ! fm Snot.i Moniru. Cul.. tin I nlof l n 1 1 .(.in rn. The trip "as made necessary "ii ! - Count of the failing lu-u lli of Mi.' l.'crneH. .Mr. a n. I Mrs. II. 1). Hewitt. ia. inR at the Combs hotel, received the nt-w from lienver that her sister and hllil I en vre overcome by ;itoituiine pois oning Saturday molntns" Th'-y were found bv a sentleteiail Mho woiks for Mr. Hew itt. The doctor v is iiuninion ed and found them very ill. but tiny are said to be out of danger at the presort time. Frances Ingram Has Won Much Praise From Music Loving Public Trame Ingram, who comes to the Hiuh Si hool Auditorium Mmid.i e. runic, and of w hom so much has in en writt'it durina the past few months, entered this se.ison upon her sei oinl staniiii nf Kt'niul opera. No nrtt'-t b is ctnlllshei hirulf u;ore firmly in tint hiarts of tli' mnsi-iil public than th.s SEND IT TO Bill's Shop THEY KNOW HOW Albuquerque's Successful Gar ment Cleaners Phone 480 215 S. Second Personal News j Items. j F3 wonjW-rful volute l ontriillo H.nni ' nilRht in 1 1 her a semuillon otliers iillllit iro j fur aa to uy she Just lame at an oiortone ttit.e ahi-n tho otierntlc field needed soniithlim new lut real music lovers Mill suy she Is not only a wonderful slnaer, hut a rreiit. v,ry ureal artlnt. There Is no imiIiIIc more critical thnn oncert-Ho-ere, and espet-lally in America. I lite corns only the best, for here only the best can stay. r"rances hmram -scssvs all the attributes of a sreiit sjpirer, Includlna a arent voice, youth ful enthusiasm, hrnlns nnd thut elusive thltiR known us iieisoiiullly. Two More Bartenders Are Held for Alleged Toil on the Sabbath Pet Plemlna and It. I.. Slnaley were held for the aiand Jury by Jus tice of the I'cuce John W. Wilson yes terday afternoon on a chains of brenklna the Sunday law by s, llm.t drinks at the New UriilKe snloon In llnrelas, lust Sunduy. Tliry f m iiixIhm ball In the amount of t:i each. J'hn V'eniilde aoeared fir the de fendants. He askad for a t hantre of venue on the irround that the court was prejudiced, and fiillltiK In that, lie held that the conn was without Jutl.s. (lull"!!. Mr. Venn lile presented n evldenre mid did not cross exuiiune any of the witnesses put on the stand by Asslstunt lilstilct Attorney J A. Mil ler. At Ihi cloe of the hearliiK be mo4-d ii ilismisHiil aKinn. on the ground thut the evlili'ioe was insuffl i lent. Three New Undue bartenders h.i ' e been held for aliened Molution of th. Sunday law so far. Meltinm Armijo was put under bond lust week. A little WANT An now end thnn la read by every class of men and women too. Try on. Dance Tonight, Co lombo Hall, MALOY'S Fresh Lot Sunshine Crackers .just rcccivivl incltiiliiii.' Tsl.v WufiTM nrnl Ovnic Toiist . in 10c luii kn'.'c.s. Try tllt'lll. Quail Brand Navel Oranges Sweet lihii juic ,'iOc, -i'lf, 41 to nrnl .MIc. Ripe Olives In cii us 1 ", L'.'ic, :(.". 4iic. " ami iOc. iii'iiii-.liiii; In sic ul can ami dlivc. (l.ill.ni cans. irl.."iO. Stlilt'cd Ki.,. lllcv, l.i.'tlc, ."0c. Kxtra laiic, in in.i lies. "id.-. MONEY-BACK BREAD, 10c A.J.MALOY I'iituif 171' anil 17:i A Matter of Business If you have a liitiMiiii; unrtli h itli'insaml ilnllats vim insure it. lYmi insure your life for tin- l.enc. 'fit fit' tlnisc ilcpoti.tcnt 1 1 1 ' 1 1 vim. YOUR EYES ARE PRICELESS. 'You and yiniiH arc iilisnlutily do peiiilcnt mi tlirm. Ccrtainl v it ik iiinvist' to allow eyestrain ami its , resultant evil to imperil 1'nctn 'just to save tlie small exiensc. j It "s mi csy to lie safe. I We Fit Glasses scientifically. no curatelv. It 's eye insurance. i C. H. CARNES OPTOMETRIST Phone 45U for appointments Next doot to "B" Theater Friday Am v (Tinimrfi! OR ID 1Q) -Green Chili j TlkSM'a reaaoa why tiila la tits lMa4 JJq at O -nnil tlilll packed. iLJo Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AND RANGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR MARSH SIMPLEX and ADVANCE DUPLEX STEAM PUMPS 318 West Central Avenue. Phoue 315 I New Cars At Cost FULLY GUARANTEED! Having decided to discontinue the selling of automobiles and devote all our energies to a straight garage business, we are offering the following NEW CARS at WHOLESALE FACTORY PRICES, plus the freight: TWO 1917 7-PASSENGER CHALMERS ONE 1917 5-PASSENGER CHALMERS TWO 1917 5-PASSENGER MAXWELLS ONE 1917 TRUCK CHASSIS MAXWELL We are also placing on sale at rock bottom prices the SECOND-HAND CARS listed below: One 1916 7-passenger Hupmobile . . .$800 Two 1917 5-passenger Chalmers ....$800 One 1913 5-passenger Hudson $450 One 1914 5-passenger Overland $400 One 1914 Melz Roadster $100 SEE THEM - HERE ARE BARGAINS BUTLER AUTO COMPANY Phone 62 Fifth and Copper Whatever you do, don't j?ct I5ALD! I'tevcnt iLiii'IrufT .iml i.iIIii.k liuir lv u-iiik tltc Km! I'tciirli ptr..n:i'i 111 ED. PINAUD'S I LAIR TONIC This 'riKiti.il 1' ill ilc (Jtliiunr tilt one cfTrctivr tonir fur itolim rulp, sick liinr ami J.m1rutt. I '-er ly nun .mil vnmini nl ri-linrtneni ill; wniM over lur yr.ir. llnn't ri.l the nv nf unknown ur itifi rmr is pure. ilijlit fully pcrfiinwd .mi) the v for jmii A-k jour drunKil. bcnil ItK. to our Amnnan I Hhci 1 fur ,i ti -Imih linltle. Parfumcrie ED. PINAID, Dept. M ED. PCS' AID BI.DG.. New York and Saturday 73 I FOR I ONLY) 1 Pi r.c& Ik ' Bl u b I; f ; ei f t I a ti Ii It r al t ri ir i IT f P r il a t 4