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The Evening Herald, Albuquerque, N. M., Wednesday, July 4, 191 7. AST! LIE THEATER TODAY ONLY I I TrUfiRl Kr Bm PrM-niti. Lnnli Glaum In "LOVE OR JUSTICE? " In Pit Parta "SIX CYLINDER LOVE" With Tom Mix A Screaming Two reel rilw Comedy TIME Or SHOWS 1, 8:30. 4. B:SU. T. t:S0, 9:30 P. M. Admission AdulU 15c, Children 5c IflU I1I XT. Fimr room for IlKht-hotisekeepIn:. itand rt.-w and modern. Call at 04 North. Heeond street. WKITCOMB SPRINGS SUMMER RESORT Now la the Urn te go lo Whit romb Springs. Aoto tuuxl at OtwaU'a drug itor. Be mo ttert. Car leeee Monrtur. In a. tiu and Wednesday and gararday at 4 p. m. I am there three boon before tearing. Extra round trip Sunday arid week day. me for rates. Phona 14. A. R. STROVE P. O. Boa 256, C.ty USE Matthew's Milk Phone 420 fltlll'tllMtimU'IM 111 emem.. Orocerieg Cheaper by Mail Tie very htgbent quality and your com plete aatisfarUon guaranteed. Sud for catalog. Save money. CASTILIAN PRODUCTS CO. ALB uq J ,& 'JI DUKE Cm CLEANERS We riran rials, mm ami wouiewt rkMhlng. rugs, rnrialms drapertca. el'', XiO ttnt CUM. I'ltone 4-1. Promptness Oar Motto MEMBERS OF CO. K Clovii Chamber of Commerce Pro vide Fundi to Enable the Boys to Purchase Some Extras for Fourth of July Meal. The member of Company K. New MtiiCO national guard. re all "putted up" thin afternoon, as they have a perfect rlpht to h, because at noon they hail a dinner that would hvf been tit rr a kmi, and. it report are true, it , in iinniity, variety anil Duality, fur superior to wha. the frowned head of Kill ope are pi iv Urged tn enjoy these day. Amm the 'highbrow ' the meal would hate been reterreil to hs 'lunrheon,' but in thi army. well as union- the com mon herd in civil life, dinner contin ues to he served at noon. A day or two auo ftaie Senator Msrsfelder of furry county, who Is now a resident of A lhoiuerino, hit upon the- happy ul" of proMtim the I'hoie company of guurWni"n With the necessary fundi, to enale them to have a 'b,- spread' today. He com municated w ith the f lot I chamber ot ciimmrr'-e and yest.rnay he re. ep ed a "'it't.ituiii! cheek rrom that oiR.tn iriitinn to he used In def I a;. iriK ihe Y Gefirfn dealer or ?myour rom us. OatiU llHf w4 Irhrts AMi e-err fcisils mimtp swot, samui SMsra Srt 4 thvitaai Die. 4ss llaM. Hckt4 1st "TwairjMrwadTMhi paper may secure. . "nflMWJKnfi fcw fan .ww PUHIMTnl LiriO'THII AOVeTll M N T DURHAM DUPLEX RAZOR CO. JEPsrvCiTv N 14 eipenae of buying egtraa for today' meal. A glance over th following menu will t'onvlnca one that there was nothing much thai could hay been added which would hrne contributed to satisfying the appetites of th sol dier boys: Ulps Olive Pickle Radlshe Ppring Onion Jam Fried Hpring Chicken Polled Ham Cheese and Macarnnt Creamed Potatoe New Pet 4'abhag Iced Tomatoes, Mayonnaise Fruit Kalad Cherry Pie Chocolate Cake Neapolitan Ice Cream Iced Tea Lemonade Perfectoa Thus In charge of preparing the mel were: !. M. Ie Ford, mess er aeant; J. C. Miller. A. J. Ilar'.suu and V. K. Newsnm, cooks, anil that they did ti.eir work well was evidenced by the manner In which everything passed off. It 1 not an easy task to prepur and serve In an army camp a mral that would have been a credit to any llrst-class hotel, nevertheless these man did It. The follow In letter was sent t Ihe Clovia chamber of commerce; by the boys of Company K: .Albuquerque. X. M.. July 4. IM7. Chamber of Commerce, Clov is, N. 'M. eleiulenicii. Fourth of July, wat undoubtedly a (treat duy for the American nation, uui certainly July 4, 191, was the blgaest day in the annals of Company K, r irt .New Mexico infantr). rtpeakm of celebrations, bad one and the reasons ate obvious. For three week we hate beun nilllina around in the wild and heat, pullin up tenta. buiidin tair.oninenta, tak inx llnal exam. nation and executing the siiuads riaht mid wi'l.nls left. It waa hard, dry, dim-.) work und all ex ecuted on the iiovernmciH moblllxa t.un camp rations. This ration In clude meat and potatoes, canned anil lined foods. It I" a staple all r ich! .i.itl entiielv lillinu. .ei't a man la liiokina weak and wan, so the food must be ubstantiul. luit listen, eai h and every inun In the company i n man from home aomew he, e or other, ami deep in the reeeei-c of his meiiiiity uio'loitciated b lh sand t;al il the tiio.l still a iccollec li .,i -.I .he .la- that were, when the Fourth of .lul w .. iioiiomous iih , eieain and iiiki' ami leuioimde and Cia.irs and u hundted ..il.ei extras for ,ne d: iiii-r t.it'le. V.. ii see, tins great Fourth of JfV da drawing near, and there was much ervoiis speciiiiitioii a to tb m.oml.o meal, and there was a faint hope in the brcuet of eei man that he m.aht a.terwuid i-n-r to thin d-O ditleient Itolii other ll.l- no." . . 1. I I imun.nc tne Krins "i i i U. peered .mi 'he face, of tan w neo , f, Heiiatr M' r-l. lil. i- ormiKin .i tu li'i.m Mr. Kl-.iplv.v eavintf tn.', ks ai home w-ete itutitg lo inuke 4 , hir .lieam a reality I cawine the ,. SPRINGER For Storage and Packing TO Bl'IW niBFR" If you fail tn get our evening paper, call 4 POHTAI. TKf.KORAPH 4 COMPANY, PHU.NK 4. : minHtinnnmiininnirnnMMiHi'i'""- Personal News Items. MOTOR CARS IN U. S. An Increase of 43 Per Cent Last Year Over 1915; $25,805,369.75 in License Fees Collected by the Several States. LBP Green Chili There' a reain lid Is U l-ewt (jwiimnI tlilll pa . mmniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiumn. Auto spring, all make. Korber Co Albert Far her went to F.Htancia to day to spend thn Fourth. Mis Ruth Rollins and mother ! Fant-t Fe aie hero visiting. Mrs. F. M. Hcckwlth left last nmh for FurmiiiKtoit. .V. M.. at which place she pLuis to spend the summer Mrs. J K. Hmithers has rettiineil from three months' trip to New York uty. Pavid liorch of Kansas lt arrived vesterdav to make his home in Al'oi iliierque. H..rn Mnnitay nmht t" Mr and Mrx. K. S l.oi, unrlo, I"l N'oeth Ann. street, e son. J. I". Cox. payln teller nt ti'-J First National liunk. has been mai'e aseistant cashier. i.'ourtland pney. i.titul at til" hiKh school last y.yir. ha Bone I" Hnhille. Ind.. to spend the sum toer. Miss Mildred M.ir.lv and F.riwinl Kverett li leti leu f, Jr. were ioai f" -I at the conr. hull.' eM. -r. l.i v ) .In--tne of the I'eace Pedro Murtlne F. K. U.scy. the local i hiurolet nKeitt has receued a call. .ad of the late fi Chevroicls They are "tl di pluv Mi-- I'olein.in-Ilank Kara'i'- I'e.irce l:...le. Ft .. nl. r h n I f i i u i Colo I I Si v. el. Allil II I tin. c ml i.. W.ill.ei n't! --let d.i. in Ul W.iiker cur t" p ml Jul. I in He i s 1 t'orrsteinil"Srs to Tils Hsridt Wai-hioxton l i'., .luiv 4 -In IsHi there wer I niiT.J.tj no.re nuimr c,.r ri'Kisicred in the Tolled Mates th.tii tn Isfi This was an Increase of I I I" I cent. The uross total of t. metered car. ihclodiiiH comiiicrcl'il cm--. w;.s s.M .".ri'iil . the number of motor cy cles roHisteicd was :'. The tit eral states i olio, ted In rciristr it not nnd license fees. In.'luditiK tlo- of chauffeurs and operators, a lolnl ki-osm leveollw ot .'...IK.1 :l! 7 .. I If this amount per cent, or 1 !' I 1 1 w ipplicil d rectlv to i i.n-troctloo Impi .rm nt. or lo.in't.-n.'ince of the pii)iii. ro-ids in 43 stale-. .ocnrdittK to fiuures eontf.iieil lt- the offi f puh lii' In. iiln i.r lh I'lllted Stale, ilopntt nient of -mrn nliin e. m circular J -J. "Automobile l!.isii:ition. License Slid !t venue in the I'nite.l .-'filei 1 1 1 ; " The flllillPs f..r 1 H I K . ..l t-e-.ollll vnrv clns. wi h tit. in mi ill .rr. cut ne In.i.'.ise ..f niotor.nr reKlsii Crescent Hardware Co. 318 WEST CENTRAL AVE. Plumber, Hot Water and Steam Heating Tinners WROT .STEEL WARM AIR FURNACES Absolutely Guaranteed Phone 315 AT.RTintir.ivOUE EW MEXICO tin. et -IHeil Tli I" Kid M t-.on of the I y.-nrlv lnerea-o ha i .'til in the number .cr n-pl ill rei . Pile- 'hen iew e.i ,, it a period ..f i II Mie mi rni.r in mi-tot ir I i-l-i r i f n. and cro-s revenue hn- l'.eii r- ni'ir1. nl.le In 1 'Oiti the total wl-itr r-s'lst.i Moils n ii i' a I'pl " on i .-l I on .- i . 1 1 . t of tin ll 'be -fi-ll -I.I' t llFMHH IT i: Stl-'S. "Ihe lowol prlil. full iiiilH"il inr In tin- W'tM ' I nil e 'PhoiM- r.u ilon,iiisrailoii. '. n l.l . I'lioii.- 2IJ I ' l I M Will. Nk 4. H.I TO Fnlversitv lleiuhfa Is fi't coniltiK t the front. DUIDSi DAILY AUTO JEMEZ l.eue pnstiiffl. e at re.l. IliliK .-prlllKs lit :i P m liifoi million plo.ne o .t Sliver I l I, ll.iMI CO. M N M-i Fort her call .-'I i Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silverware C. C. HEATH A COMPLETE LINE OP Fresh Groceries, Iruits nnd Vegetables r.dH W CENTRAL PHONE iiH GIBSON-FA W 1 ; Lumber Company t Builders' Hardware & Paint Reliable Close at rires CRYSTAL Ice Company Prompt Service Phone 3C2 M. ii. SH0W YOUR COLORS ELECTRICALLY x ..y 'ii ti ri . : ' V ; ,;!'!:- U"s TL'r' .;; Shov that you are a progressive American in action as well as in thought. The effect is bound to be inspiring and uplifting. At night, a brilliant Electric Flag on your busi ness house, club or theater will make a stirring patriotic appeal. Or Show your business "colors." Emblazon your name before the populace. Enlist new pa trons. Bring them up to the spending line. The reasonable cost will surprise you use the 'phone. Albuquerque Gas & Electric Co. Phone 98 Gas & Electric Building ' runts of i in tlo . it . y "el o.n on i. I l-.e-s II" n.oiKtl' .ill ''lil-i ' ' I. . no .bile, till olinh II T Phillip- "I I riill.- Kill He, the lo.sl .lls-li ml- II I'.lnol v I i. Hi-, member ot ' j linn i f ' i A. M.ii"'i Ai 1 '" t ' .momms lm U;pon. N i- w in i e he Ins i.ioiii.i .Hid OII..-I l"'l' ni.'i't b. I''. I'll I tl . II. ''I I . ! A ' - ESTABLISHED 1883 .1.11. I'loiol.llii; son Hi hint V feeling that c.ime ,n the p:it. or you will under a ..re..-.at ion of tr.iin folks at wi- can s.iv can and we trul it liunnty men when they read !'..' menu. I'll tine in your mold's eye the u r of satisfaction that asauim lo. lifts his pet lecto after puriuking i.l such a l.ampiet with thn army n the Held. Pet haps It""' .ei liaps ill ihe lot "re sland the spirit of xii' h leineinbralices hntn". No word thai express our atliiii'l"' ymi understand. The ban. put was serie, on Itn pio.ni.tu tables built III one of cur recently completed cantotuiienis, nh S.nut'.r Mersfelder as our distin guished guest representing Curry count and home. This day will ever be remembered us ehnracterisi c of the itoticmsity . reputation and spirit of the ones we lett behind. We as men Irotn home have tried to make ibis day "tiob thaf nu one will rer have cause to show regret we know not where the trend of time and conditions will have taken us when ibis day nrnin once n i.l .-. ri .1 we !hnl ynl. I S. lined I Till'. ll'iYS i'C I'.'MI'ANY K. I'nlversity to ihs front lle.ithte ii fast coming i MIcr lh-llli-l-y s s. I'Iiimm Tib.. Ilauitiiuc nml I ar- GENTRY'S EGGS A I Janus. l .Hoy's line k Iio.'. iu a il.uiii. 4444 444444 .-'.- A7 "EYEGLASSES THAT SATISFY" J Tliat our loin. WE MEAN IT ABSOLUTELY. W are QUA LI PI ED by eduration and fxprrletice to lit YOUR Klasneii. We Uav eeery luisletn lar-ilitjr. Nu guessing. No uncertainty. Jn rase uf need let us lit YOU witb pair ol Eyeglasses That Satisfy Ture Door North if PoHtoltlce. Plume 10f.7 C. H. CARNES, OPTOMETRIST Some of ihe NEWEST BOOKS ,t tin BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizens' Bank Bldy. stun i T A GOOD BANK TO HAVE AN ACCOUNT IN The Citizen's Bank "Tb Bank of Personal Herrlce" r LIABLE sATCMMAKERS & JEWf LtiTS ?05 W Cf NTRAL AVE EC MACHINE WOKKS I II.' III. CI lollll.l. l s IClil-IS ..(. mis III lion, luass. .iooo, A I I'lin -n ic t n . i vf ; i"i I I I li: ..... I P.iiil lio s Wolks nu.l 'iflln Alt-uipu 1410. V M Torrance Co. Bean Crop Is Doing Well, Statement of Cooley i 'iid'ey . extension .1,1 r ot I'olleliC of Altrl'-Ul- Arls. at Stu'e I'ol ,ty last ew-i 'tm on no a trill tlir'nii.-1' lie stated till' a ir portior.s of 'he nnlriv i s entnu Th" irood. a ttd whili a would b,. wei.oinc. fifteen dnys i 'llj" Mild not be lllllll.il till III-. i e ' hntisa nd il'T'" bn ' ii '.'-uiis in the villi :i i i era iie y "'Id . i ill.- a'Tc. which s . -l:'-..lte "1" ' ro i. 1 .' Min ii'iii uni ml - tc.-i.i in l "" i" i i.ns tliull I Id. an. I lieilll I I ll liM.li IISIIMI l S IIIIMBSI MS Si h Frili'-. - II. I. V. .' Fll-t II ' l:.n II , v .nu... t J The l.llslil - living Co tor ot the I ,d I'.llll, ,,lr. .1 'I'li. Voiir ii'teiition Is 'all' d to Hie .,i' lioile iI.m.!u inailc hv Walton, the .h.....!t i I'li. t - An (M i ilent iili'-ness ,,f i',.i i; i ' lihott is surrounded r, kt,,'li "t AlbiHier.Ue li"i" vb" li.l e j. ned the . olors Mien on aot ii luxl cull 211. Miiloncs Tal. Maiiil at 4.rliiilim'- Cniei,tv lleiirbta is fas' cm lis- the t'lctir ll M 1 1 1 1 1 1 tr Miin'o' M.i i v '.lank HI I i;..l..'it A ii.i t Inn, Sul.licr si II V In,, l.et us till y.mr I k wilts. STRONG'S BOOK STORE "Your Munejr Bark If Voti Want If SEND IT TO Biir Shop Tl u:y know i iov Albuquerque e JruccesBi'ul Gar ment Phone 480 Cleaners 215 S. Second FRED CROLLOTT n i ii i. (licit inn xliipini'iii anaiiuciiiciils lo till p.ul ol the oorlil I'l-iiaic ni'il'ii iiiiiIiii-laiici-. Phone I'm or Niulil ' II. I jo miiiiIi sis om I si. FOR RENT -FURNISHED 4 rooms in modern 6 room house; Highlands, good loca tion Call U.S. L. Herald 0(1 ire Your President Calls You The Army Wants You The Country Needs You Come on, you loyal Americans, and let's help FREE the world that our children may live in peace i i. WW i.eeoiwri'e ""m ITJjA.Jw-4 s' s,Tj I fel I -, 1 p I F' I n I ARMY RECRUITING STATION Call at Room 21, Grant Building yeigei' t.ifcgailttliiaMaweg1f ll ;U.labMUri 4seae- eeeeeeeee j 1 w.