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TCERDAY, APIUL , 190.
ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. : : : ncsl Gallup Block, per ton Gallup Egg, per ton All Coal, No Rock. Vf H. HAHN CO. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee These arc Carriage Buying Days We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle. We have many good styles within the range of modest incomes Buggies, Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys, Spring Wagons, etc. Just received a big carload and will make special low pri ces for a few days as weneed theroomand can use the money The Albuquerque Carriage Co. Corner First Street and Tijeras Ave. , MONTEZUMA ALBUQUERQUE Capital and Surplus, $100,000 I I MEREST ALLOWED ON Montezuma! Grocery and t Liquor company Copper and Third f Imported and Domastic Goods f Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive OiL Llauor by the Gallon or Bottle, i Family Trade Solicited. Agent for Saa Antonio Lime. Always Fresh. Prices Right. Call Phone or tend for Solicitor, PHONE 1029 COLUMBUS ; HOTEL i Corner eeond mnd Gold HOME COOKING Excellent Service Particular ueop.e have been pleased with Columbus Meals for many years. Have you tried ihemf Fagged Out Worrying over an Old Style Set of account books IiiHtall a Modern LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM of keeping your accounts with sheets Ruled and lliiilcd to suit your needs, and over half of your bookkeeping troubles will be over. Let us show you how we have helped others. H.S.LITHGOW ! BOOKBINDER RUBBER STAMP SURER J x g SI I V. Gold Ave. Plione 824 $ CITIZEN WANT APS BRING RESULTS. TsiBUs I $5.50 $4.25 Phone 91 TRUST CO. NEW MEXICO 1 SAVINGS DEPOSITS TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS . Metals. New York. April 6. Lead, quiet, $4.07 M. 10; silver 5054c. Money. i .)-( w York, April .--4'rime paper per cent; .Mexican dollars, 44c; call money 12 per cent. Stock. Coppper Amalgamated Atchison . . ...10794 , ..104 . . .13014 ,.121Vj . . .187 .. 60 .,.113 pfd New York Central Southern Pacific . Union Pacific United vStates .Steel pfd Chicago IJvcHtoi'k. Chicago. April 6. Cattle Steady. Reeve $4.65 41)7.10; steers' $4.35 i?i 5.50; western $4.40 'n 5.50; stackers and 2,000. Texas steers feeders $3.50 4f S.t.O; cows and' heifers $1.95 M 5.60; calves $63 8. Hogs, 12.000. 5c to 10c high-r. Mixed $6.801 7.20; heavy 16.90W7.25 rough $6.0i(i 7; pigs 5.70i6.60; bulk ol xales f 7.054i6.46. Sheep 12,000. Steady. Native $3.63 W6.35: western $3.65 & 6.4 5 ; year lings $6.35(?r7.50; lambs $6g.l5; western lambs $611)815; westerj lambs $6 ft 8.25. KansUH City IJveMock. KRiisaa City, April 6. Cattle 10, 000, Including 500 southerns, steady. Native steers fcC.diti.9G; southern steers $4.60di6; southern cows $34 4.50; native cows and heifers $2.75 iv 6.10; Blockers and feeders $3.75(' 5.60; bull 13. 255; calves $J.7odi: 7.50; western steers 4.80i6.50; western .cows $3.50 & .50. Hogs, 16.000. Steady to . strong. Hulk of sales . $6.65 6t 6.95; heavy $6.90i 7.12'i packers and butchers $6.85r7; light $6.60t6.85; pigs $5.25fti.60. , . .sheep, 8.000. Steady. Muttons $5.25 416.35; lambs $6.50 418; range wethers $4.50 (a 7.40; fed pw $3.50 4,1 5.90. "IDE BURGOMASIER" HERE KIT MONDAY Company Said lo ilo Hie Ben Ever IMaving Muiivl Show Will IU at ElUs' Ttieuie. Plxby and Luder's "never grow old" comic opera "The Burgomaster," the best .if all musical shows, will be al the Elks' theatre next Monday, April 12. The company Is Just re turning from the Pacific coast and the western preys proclaims it by far the best company that has ever pre sented this really meritorious mu sical gem. Harry Hcrnisen will be seen in the role of "Peter Van .stuyvesant." the jolly, old, one-legged governor of New Amsterdam, and he will be supported by an exceptionally large company. II. 1 Hill, advance representative, iH in A1IiuUitiUP today completing ai rangciiieuts. Stops earache ill Uu minutes: toothache or pain of burn or scald In live minutes; hoarseness, one hour niouscleache. two hours; ore throat, twelve hours Dr. Thomas Kcleetr'e nil, Monarch over Pain. NEW CITY ORDINANCE PROVIDES PARKING ' FOR STREETS Council Takes Action to Im prove Appearance of Albuquerque by Using Grass. If nn ordinance providing for trio parking of the streets, introduced at last night's meeting of the city coun cil passes, Albuquerque within a few yi ai's will take It place among the most beautiful cities of the country. The ordinance provided that there shall be a spcllled distance between the walk and the curb and that this eap shall be set with blue grass. The plan is one in vogue in Denver, Salt Lake City and all tne cities of the country, and will doubtless meet with the apprjval of property owners of Albuqu rque. It will narrow the streets but the argument 1 presented that they will still be sufficiently wide to accomo date traffic and will be easier to care for. The plan has been discuss ed previously when streit Improve, mcnts were talked of but not until last night did the council propose the enactment of an ordinance mak ing it compulsory. The ordinance, which was placed on its flnst reading, follows: ORDINANCE NO. All ordinance providing for the building, rebuilding and repair of lurbing nod guttering in the .streets of the city of Albuquerque, New Mex ico, lie it ordained by the city council of the city of Albuquerque, N. M.: Section 1. Curbing and guttering shall be built, rebuilt or repaired of cement concrete under the direction of the city engineer and in accordance with the plans and specifications 'uly approved by the city council and now on file In the office of the city engineer;1 and the expense thereof, or ai much as may seem Just and proper to the city council, after the hearing herein provided for, shall be charged against the owners of and the proper ty abutting on the street at that par ticular place. Sec. 2. Whenever in the opinion of the city council the building, re building or repair of curbing or gut tering along any of the streets or avenues of the city of Albuquerque may 'be necessary, the said city coun cil may enact a provisional order tJ the elTect that curbing and guttering shall be built, rebuilt or repaired along the sides of said street or ave nue, in the nunner and at the place herein provided for, and the city en gineer shall be ordered and directed to furnish the council with an esti mate of the ccts bused upon the. ex cavation or fill necessary to place same at a proper grade. , S. 3. On the tiling of the report by the city engineer, the city coun cil shall set a time and place at which the owners of property abutting on such street or avenues or parts thereof, to be Improved under tnis cidinance, or any person interested therein, may appear before the said city council and be heard a to the propriety and the advisability of making the improvement herein pro vided for, and for the costs and man ner of payment therefore and as to the amount to be assessed against the property abutting thereon. Five days iM.tice in writing of such time and place shall be given to such property owners, whicn shall be reived by de livering a copy of the notice to each of said property owners if he can be found within the city, or otherwise delivering a copy thereof to some person residing on such property or by pasteing a copy thereof oti such abutting property ;and such notice shall also be published in some news paper in the city at least three con secutive weeks prior to the time fixed for tne hearing, and the officer serv ing such notice shall make return of the manner of making said notice and shall file the said return with the ( ity council. Sec. 4. At the time and place fix ed, as aforesaid, the owners of iuch abutting property or persons Inter ested therein, may appear before the city council and be heard as to the advisability and propriety of building such curbing and guttering, and as to the costs thereof and manner of payment therefore, and as to the amount to be assessed against the abutting property. Svc. 5. After such hearing, the city council shall pass upon all ques tions coming before it and khall pro n ed to advertise for bids for the do ing of the work therefor, and shall enter into a contract for the doing of such work and furnishing of all of the materials, with the lowest bid der, provided the city council shall be empowered to reject any or all bids for the performing of such work or the furnishing of materials there fore. Sec. 6. After the making of such contract, the c.ty council shall deter mine what portion of the work shall be paid for by the abutting property and the owners thereof, and shall assess to each lot or parcel of land abutting cm euch street or avenue or part thereof to be improved, its pro portionate share of such total amount. Sec. 7. The amount so assessed hall be a lien upon such abutting property from the time that such as sessment, and If ckucIi amount is not paid within thirty days from and af ter the completion and acceptance of said curbing and guttering, it shall lie tfo duty of the city clerk to make out. sinn and attest with the seal "f the ( 'ty and file f-r record in the of fice .jt the probate clerk of Hernalllo county, a claim for lien therefore. Se . s. The curbing herein pro vided for shall In placed at uniform distant es from the property line be t . e. ii yivt n jo ints and the measure ment shall be taken from the prop erty line t , tlie outer edge of the curbing and shall be as follows: First Street The curbing shall be 10 feel from the property line. Second Street From New York avenue south, the curbing shall bo 10. .vet from the properly line north of New York avenue, 14 from the property line. Third street Between Filver find feet and shall line. and Marquette avenues, the curbing be 10 feet from the proprty Third Street Between Silver Murquette avenues, the curbing shall be 10 feet from the property line. North of Marquette avenue 14 feet from' the property line and south of Silver avenue 12 feet from the prop erty line. Fourth Street Between Gold and Tijeras avenues, the curbing shall be 10 feet from the property line. North of Tijeras and south of Gold avenue the curbing shall be 12 feet from the property line. Fifth Street Between Copper and Gold avenues, the curbing shall be 10 feet from the property line. North of Copper avenue, the curbing shall be 14 feet from the property line and south of Gold avenue, 12 feet from the property line. Sixth street Between Tijeras. and Central avenues, the curbing shall be 12 feet from the property line and north of Tijeras avenue and south of Central avenue, the curbing shall be 14 fet from the property line. Eighth Street 'Between Tijeras and Slate avenue on Eighth street, the curbing shall be placed as directed by the city engineer nd In such man ner ns to best maintain the beauty and sjmmetry of the streets. Twelfth Street From New York north on Twelfth street, the curbing shall be placed nt 12 feet from the property line. Broadway Between Marquette and Gold iivenues, the curbing shall be placed ht 10 feet from the property ilne unit on nil other portions of Broadway the curbing be placed at 20 feet from the property line. Coal AveniK Between First and Third streets the curbing shall be placi d at 10 feet from the property line. Lead Avenue Between First and Second streets the curbing shall be placed at 10 feet from the property line and from Second street. to Fourth street the curbing shall be plu'.ed at 12 feet from the property line. ! Silver Avenue Between First and Third streets, the curbing shall be plueed at 10 feet from the property line and west of Third street It shall be placed at 12. feet from the prop erty line. Gold Avenue From First street to Sixth street, the curbing shall, be placed at 10 feet from the property line. Central Avenue From Arno street to Eighth strict, the curbing shall be placed at 10 feet from the property iine. Copper Avenue From First street to Fifth street the curbing shall lie placed 10 feet from the property line, Tijeras Avenue From First street to Fifth street the curbing shall be placed 10 feet from the property line. Cv'ew York Avenue From First street to Twelfth street the curbing shall be placed' ut iO feet from the property line. Kelehcr Avenue The curbing shall be placed as directed by the city en gineer and Mreet committee. On the south side of Mountain road the curb ing shall be placed under the direc tion of the city engineer and street committee and In such manner as to give uniformity to the street and to give as nearly as possible the regular street line. On the other streets or parts of streets lying and being with in the city limits the curbing shall be placed 14 feet from the property line and subject only to such changes as In the opinion of the city engineer and street committee appear to be necessary to maintain the uniformity and beauty of the street. Sec. 9. The council shall, In no in stance, enforce the construction of the curbing and guttering provided for herein, until they have brought the driveway of the street upon w hich said curbing and guttering has been ordered, approximately to grade. That this ordinance shall be In full force from und after Its passage and publication. Passed and approved this day ol 1909. Mayor. Attest: city Clerk. REMARKABLE DEAL IN TYPEWRITERS Made by the American Toliacco C". mill Other Immense Corpora tions Willi 1 1 hi ltoal Type writer Company. New York, April 6. (Special to The Citizen.) One of the most slg nificent deals in the history of the typewriter has Just been culminate!. Tlie entire typewriter equipment of the American Tobacco company, Equitable l,!fp Assurance Society, III terborough Rapid Transit Co., Met ropolitan Street Railway Co., and the United Cigar Stores company has been replaced by t.ie Royal $t5 ma chine. By thif deal thousands of Under wood, Remington, Oliver. Smith Pre mier and other machines gave place to the Royal $65 typewriter. Itching piles provoke profanity, tut profanity won't cure them. Doan's Ointment cures itching, bleeding or t rotruding piles afti r years of suffer ing. At any drug .store. We have Just received a new line of white canvas oxfords for women and children, suitable for K.ister wear. Tiny look dainty, lit will and give good service. C. May's shoe store, :: I I H i .1 Central avenue. Ilii io-: Bundles! Busies; Jiivt re iciveil. a litir rnr loud. Get our low init- Mlniqiierqiii' Curriace Co.. I ii-i anil Tijeras. TOO JLATE IX? (CLASSIFY. FOP, SALE Household cheap, if iak' n at oil' e. E.I'Ui. furniture, 906 South THE FAIR ASSOCIATION PLANS 616' EVENT THIS Mass Meeting Will be Held Next Tuesday to Name Officers and Pre pare Plans. A large and representative body of Albuquerque's business men gathered at the armory last evening to attend the mass meeting which had been willed for the purpose of ascertaining whether the city wanted the annual lair I hiit year. All present were strongly In favor of giving the annual event, and all promised a helping hand in order that the fair be made the most successful ever attempted. The sentiment was unanimous and a fhir next fall Is assured. Following a short session of the board of control of the Sixteenth Na tional Irrigation congress, composed of W. S. Hopewell, I. A. Maepherson, M. L. Stern, George Arnot, Frank MeK.ee and W. A. Bayer, Colonel Hopewell was selected as temporary chairman, with W. A. Bayer as tem porary secretary, called the mass meeting to order. Mr. Hopewell opened the meeting with a few re marks in which he told those pres ent what business had been transact ed by the executive committee, men tioning the amount of cash on hand as well as a partial list of the prop erty owned by the board. The question of giving the annual fair was then brought before the house and was met with unanimous approval. Colonel Hopewell then sug gested that an election of ofllcers and executive committees be held at once. This suggestion was also approved, and a five minute recess was called in, order that the prospective officers be discussed. At the termination of the Intermis sion, several prominent business men were nominated but ttyey all declined to hold the position as head of the fair association. Each pledged his as sistance whenever needed. Interfer ence with business was given as tho reason for not accepting. Chairman Hopewell was then In structed to select a committee whose duly It will be to select the names of prospective officers and report at the mass meeting which will be held In the armory next Tuesday evening, April 13, at 8 o'clock. In accordance with this request, the following com mitted was appointed by the chair: IJ. A. Maepherson, chairman; David Weinman, M. O. Chadbourne, Walter Jaffa and M. Ii. Stern. Shrt addresses were heard during the evening from M. L. Stern, D. S. itosenwald, D. Weinman, P. F, Mo Canna, D. A. Maepherson, John Bor radaile. Dr. W. G. Hope and others. The meeting last evening was the largest and most enthusiastic ever held by any previous fair association in this city. AUTO ASSOCIA TION PLANS RUN Will Have a 1 Ionic and Barbtvuc IconUiuii ny at Sonic Plu to lo Selected letter. After a winter of comparative quiet the New Mexico Automobile association, which now numbers nearly fifty members, is beginning to awaken from the long slumber and arrangements for the coming season (are being made. Tho first notable event which the association will give for ius members and their friends will be the annual auto run and bar- Ibecuu which Is being planned for Decoration Day. The members are enthusiastically preparing for tho event and all indications point to a successful and enjoyable run. May 30 Is now being recognized by auto associations all over the country as being the starting day for the au tomobile seaHon and runs, similar to the one now 'being arranged In this city, are being planned In all the principal cities of the United States. The run on May 30 will bo for mem btrs and their wives, families and friends. A small brigade of cooks and dish washers will be sent out to the plae chosen by the club, a day before the run o that when the automubiiists snd their friends arrive It will be to enjoy a feast prepared for their es pecial benefit. The exact destination of the club on May 30 Is not known out several members have suggested the Patterson ranch, which lies about liity miles east of the city In the mountains. The run can be made 'ii two hours each way. barring ml haps, thus allowing almost an entire day at the ranch. A meeting of the association will be called in the near future and arrangements will be com pleted. xotk i:. Members of the Order of Owls are requested to meet at the Elks' hall Wednesday, A lu ll 7th at 2 p. m. to attend funeral of Brother R. L.' Sharp. D. H. (Tarns, president. O. G. l'i blu r, secretary. Just received our new spring ox foris for men. They comprise the latest shapes in patent colt, tan, ox id I. vice kid. and Velour calf. Lace or button styles, all moderately I i i -i J. Ten shines free with every I 2 en and over. Try us and be lonviiiccd. Rosenw.ild'ci Shoe Dept. If you haven't the time to exercise i.i Kularly, Doan's ReguleUt will pre vi nt constipation. They Induce a u.il I. easy, healthful action of the bowels without griping. Ask your druggist for them. 25c. Collapsible Go-Caris For the Youthftil Heir in original and novel designs are among lately arrived goods. We have them in black, blue, green and gray, with all "mod ern improvements" They range in price From $8.50 Mbert 308-310 West HHWMM4HMMHWWMHM4MWW444H4Z r I Stewart I The Best Made 1 Every -g Xpl-JL One i lBItv - See the new "Royal Stewart" Combination Coal Wood, and Gas Range. Raabe & 115-117 N. Consolidated EVERYTHINGIN OUR LINE Write for Illustrated Catalog and Price List . OFFICE AND SALES ROOM 121 and 123 North First St. Phone 138 11 ALL THE From the foundation to the shingles on the root, w are sell ing Bulhllug KatorUI Cbe-apcr tlian yon hare bought fov snaay yean. Save at leas M per cent and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material & Lumber Co. PHONE 8. CORNER OLD RELIABLE." Le B. PUTNEY l THE WHOLESALE GROCER ! .FLOUR, GRAIN i Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries in the Southwest FARM &ND FREIGHT WAGONS I Z RAILROAD AVENUE W. L. TRIMBLE St CO. LIVERY, SALE. FEED ) TRANSFER STABLE Hors and Kales bought ed Mi ebajigsd. best; turnouts in th citi lUconil Street betwtsn CsatlU as Copter Ate. to $17.50 IFalbea0 Central Avenue I Ranges Maimer First Street. Liquor Go. B WAY UP THIRD AND MARQCETTB. em ESTABLISHED 1373 AND PROVISIONS ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 2 Highland Livery BAMBROOK BROS. Phone 68. ia Juan 84. Cp to date turn-oats. Best driven In the city. Proprietor of "SaUle, the plcuio wagon. Our work Is IUGHT In err par intnl. 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