FRIDAY, MAY 7, t90.
. Montezuma Grocery and!
I Liquor Company !
Copper and Third
Imported and Domestic Goods
Specialty of Luces Pure Olive OiL
Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle.
Family Trade Solicited.
Agent for Sai Antonio Lime. Always
Fresh. Prices Right.
Call Phone or lend for Solicitor.
Corner Baoond mud Gold
Particular people hav been
pleased with Columbus Meals for
many years. Have you tried them?
t WHITE HOUSE J
799 8. rirtt St.
I MEALS AND LUNCHES
Come in the eating's fine
We Have It!
That Bprlng Suit. Hat, Shoes,
klrta. Ties, and everything In the
Men's well made, stylish Suits
110, $12.10 and $16.
Boys' Suits $2.10 to $4.
MEN'S DRESS SHOES.
Well made, god wearing Shoes,
sr pair, $2.10, S3, $3.10 and $4.
Men's Work Shoes, $1.10, $2 and
Sizes IK to H $1.21 to $2.10.
Sizes 12 to 221.25 to $2.21.
: Sires I to 11 90e to $1.81.
f - (SPECIAL " 8AL.2T OP MEN'S HOSH.
i ' 12 dosen Men's Hose, regular 12 Ms
. I auallty, I pairs for 2 So.
V 10 dosen Men's black Hose, per
1 aalr, le.
CASH BUYERS' UNI Ob
122 Ktrth Steead
WV. DOLDE. Prp.
DID YOU KNOW
WE SELL IT rOR LESS
We Invite comparison and
are always pleased to show
goods. Come In and get ac
quainted, for if you are in need
of anything In Furniture,
Stoves, Carpets or Housefur
nishtngs, we can save you
AND AUCTION CO.
PboM tMM. 114 W. Gold
rkOM Bf. US Job M.
dp to data turn-outs. Best driven
sa tba city. Proprietor of "Sadie,"
taw plcnlo wagon. f
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
utory. Saul nam r
Terse aad Males tomcat
K8 TURNOUTS IN T VTTt
eeoad Street betweea CnHU
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
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Ship Corner Fturto St. tod Copper Are.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. H. -
Lone Star Boot & Shoe Shop
Our specialty la ma king owby
ota and up-to-date shoe. First class
repairing. Best rook-oak sole leather
ased. Twenty years experience. I am
ssastrr of the trade. Give us a trtsA
Work called for and delivered.
nai Dta. at W. Central Ave.
SAYS COMMITTEE DIDN'T
Member ol Alumni Assocla
Hon Tells of Meeting
Tho following communicntion was
received by th? Citizen t"iluy;
"Editor Citizen The article in the
Journal this morning has been called
to my attention, tmd as an otlicer of
the Alumni association I cannot al
low guuh a gross and intentional mis
representation to iiass uncorrected, in
justice to the Alumni as a body. The
tacts are these:
"I'pon arrfving at the Woman's
club after the bunquet, before the
musieule and dance started, I was
informed by Mr. Keleher that resolu
tions of this nature would be pre-
rented a' the short business session
that it hinl been planned to h"ld fur
the election of oltlcers. 1 strenuously
opposed this action, as it had been tile
earnest end 'avor of the executive
committee, in arranging the- even
ing's rnterti inmcnt, to avoid all ref
erence to i.ny past unpleasantness,
and insure u harmonious gathering. I
I rought it to the notice of other
member of the committee and prom
inent alumni, who also felt it very
bad taste to bring up a matter upon
which then would be such decidedly
i oullict ing opinions, in the midst of
a social evening, and It was suggest
ed to Mr. Keleher that the business
meeting wou'd be postponed until
after the dance If he intended Intro
ducing those resolutions.
"A closed meeting of the executive
committee was called. I was elect
ed Mialnnur. Mr. Keleher read the
resolutions as printed in the Journal,
1 should Judge. C. E. Hodgln, presi
dent of the lumul, asked the ob
ject of bringing this before the ex
ecutive committee and Mr. Keleher
stated he desired to have the commit
tee endorse it. I explained that the
executive committee had no authority
to act for the Alumni or ns the Al
umni association under our constitu
tion, and that the most the commit
tee could do would Ue to endorse res
olutions for presentation to the asso
ciation ns a whole, to be acted upon
by that body.
"Mr. Keleher gave tho committee
to understand that was all h0 Intend
ed and that the resolutions would
be later presented to the association.
The resolution was put as to wheth
er the committee should endorse
these resolutions. Messrs. Hodgin.
Emmone and Keleher voted In the af
firmative and Misses Tway, Harsch
and Perkins not voting. I, as chair
man, had no vote, and Mrs. Stroup
and 'Miss Chllders were not present.
"We proceeded with the program
and dance and. about 10:45 o'clock
had a short. . business session, at
which this matter was not men
tioned. "Whoever gave the article to the
Journal, appearing In this morning's
Issue, wilfully and maliciously gave
out what they know was not the
truth. The Alumni association has
not, as yet, had this matter presented
to it, either for formal or informal
discussion, as the article states, and
certainly has passed no resolutions.
"Neither has the executive commit
tee 'passed' any resolutions, and the
party giving out that Information
must have had intelligence enough
to know they hsd no power to do so.
The resolutions show on their face
th-at they were to be spread upon the
minutes of the meeting and as it is
quite generally known that commit
tee meetings do not keep minutes,
this must have been an attempt to
Insinuate that the resolutions were
passed at a meeting of the associa
"I do not understand how any per
son felt Justified, not only In giving
out that which was not true, but In
also adding that the resolutions
'express exactly the sentiments of the
"I know of no one person com
petent to speak for the association
and it Is a gross Injustice to the other
alumni to have a resolution or an
article, on any subject, appear In
their name when they have had no
opportunity to pass upon It and no
notice of a meeting for that purpose.
"I have been somewhat actively
engaged In preparations for the an
nuel banquet and have met many of
the alumni, and It has been the gen
eral feeling, so far as I have ob
served, irrespective of their personal
opinions, that as an association they
should take no part In this recent un
pleasantness, as it was of a personal
nature and would not reflect on the
"I might with equal propriety,
state this observation as an action of
"I deeply regret that this matter
should be again stirred up and
brought before the public, but I can
not allow the alumni to be placed in
such an unfair and misleading popl
tion before the public.
"NELLIE C. BHEWER."
Oxford SjxMlal 9 He Rosonwald's Shoe
Pon't put It off until you can not
get your size. We have but 75 pair
of women's oxfords left, mostly brok
en lines, but all sizes in the lot. They
must go. 98c per pair for $!.00 values
while they last, Remember the place,
Rosen w aid's shoe department.
The rapid Inereaae n oar baatneai
Is due to good work and fair treai
snent of oar patror. Hubbs Laundry.
Printers and otfiers lutoreateg l
ths printing traaea will be Interests
to leero that they can secure ths Is
land Printer of O. J. Kratmer, at Tht
IHESE BE STRENUOUS
TIMES FOR ELKS
With Grand Fiesta Only Few
Days Away the Work
Tho sound of tne hammer and the
saw can now be heard from cellar to
garret In the Elks' building and
booths of various sizes and shapes are
beginning to adorn the floors of the
different rooms of the building for
use during the Klks' Fiesta. which
commences next Monday evening and
lar-ts six days.
(Jreat preparations hxv
for the vaudeville acts,
h i ma i'e
be seen on the stage of tin? ii'Mtre
each evening between s and 9
o'clock. The best talent procura jl
in the southwest has been engaged
lor tlie occasion and the hour be
tween eight and nim- o'clock each
evening promises to b-' full to the
brim with bright, snappy comedy and
musical features. The program lot
each evening's entertainment Is brln.T
prepared by tho vaudeville committee
and this feature of the fiesta prom
ises to attract considerable attention.
The suppers, which will b-; served
each evening in the large banquet
ball of the building by the various
ladies' committees also promises tj
be one of the leading features of the
week and the following tempting
menus have been prepared bv the la
dles and will be served us follows:
Mrs. J. T. McLaughlin, chairman;
the Klks' supper:
Cold roast turkey with cranberry
sauce, baked sweet potato", hot rolls
asparagus salad with Miyonnaise
dressing, ice cream and cake i;nffee
Mrs. I). H. Carn. chairman;
Stewed chicken and rice, cold ham,
apple sauce, candied eweet potatoes,
hot rolli, lemon pie, tea and coffee.
Mrs. M. L. Stern, chairman, "Eng
Roast beef with mushroom sauce,
browned potatoes, head lettuce salad,
ice cream and cake, tea and coffee.
Mrs. J. A. HubbH, chairman, "Veal
'Roast veal, with dressing, mashed
potatoes, cabbage salad, cream pie,
tea and coffee,
Mrs. Amado Chaves,' chairman,
"Chicken Pie Supper."
Chicken pie, macaroni and cheese.
potaVto salad, hot rolls, strawberry
ehort cake with cream, coffee anj
David Combs, chairman; "Men's
The menu this evening is being
kept a deep, dark, secret. . However,
there will be plenty of whatever la
wrved and no one will be permitted
to leave the table hungry. Thirty
five cents will be charged for the
meals and an excellent patronage Is
The following donations have been
received for the fiesta:
The following contributions and
donations to the fiesta have been
Texas Oil Company 150 gallons of
gasoline and 150 gallons of kerosene
In gallon cans.
American Lumber Company Flf
teen loads of wood.
Electric Light Company One gas
J. T. Keogh Keen Kutter carving
and game set and Keen Kutter scis-
ors and shear set.
O. A. Matson Camera.
Colonel Sellers Navajo blanket
A. Faber Fine hand painted vase.
K. L. Washburn Company Two
milts of clothes and other merchan
Benjamin Bros. Four fancy vests.
Golden Rule Dry Goods Company-
Suit of clothes, two pairs of shoes and
M. Mandell Two suits of clothes
and other articles.
W. I Trimble & Co., J. E. Bell
and Bambrook Bros. One day's use
of horse and buggy each
T. S. Hubbell Old Mexican carv
ed silver buckle.
S. U. Rosenwald Lot of fine mer
chandise. Wool Scouring Mills $15 cash.
Traction Company 250 free rides.
Albuquerque Lumber Company
Three gallons of mixed paint.
J. C. Baldrldgo Mixed merchan
dise valued at $10
Rio Grando Lumber Company $5
Superior Planing Mill Fine porch
W. H. Hahn, J. S. Beaven and Az
tec Coal Company One ton of coal
Finncgan A Brown $5 cash.
Leon B. Stern Merchandise,
llfeld Bros. Six small rugs.
H. Tanow Fine mounted leopard
Albuquerque Carriage Company
Raabe & Mauger One carving set.
Imperial anil Hubbs' Laundries
$10 worth of laundry work each.
Martin Tlerney $5 cash.
Iearnard & Llndemann One fine
N. B. Kendis, willow rocker.
George C. Graham $5 worth of
Ilf.-ld Spitz Co. Navajo blanket.
Simon Stern One lot of fancy hat
Weiller & Benjamin One large
piece of drawn work.
Vals Bros. One sack of sugar.
E. B. Booth One suit of cloth
ing and one fancy vest.
L. O. Rosenfield One suit case.
Davis A Haynes One oak rocker.
William Chaplain One pair of
Mann Saddlery fcoN W fine whip.
Star Hay and Grain Co. Three
bales of Kansas hay.
W. F. Swltzer One month's shav
ing. Wagner" Hardware Co. One chaf
Nash-Smith Tea and Coffee Com
pany. Denver one case of Wedding
Diamond Match Company, St. Louis
Two roses of Blrdseye matches.
Marble Wax and Candy Company,
St. Louts Four dozen line card can
dles. J'ihnsnn-1ohclde Mfg. Co., St.
Louis Five hundred fine cigars.
Halstcad Milling and Elevator Co.,
Halstead. Kan. Eleven quarter sacks
of Boss Patent flour.
Kuner Pickle Company, Denver
One case of Kunrr's pork and beans.
Davis Milling Company. St. Joseph,
Mo. One case of Aunt Jemima Pan
American Bjet Sugar Company
Ten sacks of sugar, worth $60.
Wolf Milling Company, Elllnwood,
Kan. 300 pounds of Premium flour.
Topeka Milling Company, Topeka,
Kan. Ono case of Ralston Pancake
La Junta Milling and Elevator
Company 500 pounds of Swansdown
Chamherlln Medicine Company, Dps
Moines, Iowa Two dozen stomach
and llvr tablets,
Lamar Mills Ono dozen fine
O. A. Matson & Co. One fine
Reld, Murdoch A Co. Three cases
of Monarch oysters.
The Davls-Brldahan Drug Co.,
through B. H. Brlggs & Co. Six
dozen jars Debeco greascless cold
cream: six dozen Jars Cutonla solid
J. H. ORIelly & Co. One Elks'
leather pillow; one hundred fine ci
gars. Frledberg Bros. One fancy vest
and one fancy veBt made to order.
Harry Johnson Two bicycle tires.
H. B. Weiller & Co. One automo.
bile coat, four dozen men's silk half
hose, 500 pounds Colorado Patent
The Albuquerque Foundry and Ma
chine works A cast Iron hitching
William Mcintosh A hair bridle.
J. H. O'RIelly & Co. A cut glass
Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. A suit
M. Mandell A suit of clothing.
H. E. Sherman A Mexican sil
ver watch fob.
The Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. One
$5 box of Vassar chocolates.
The C. & A. Coffee Co.Thlrty
pounds of best coffee,
E. W. Fee 100 packages of flower
and garden seed; 200 pounds of
scratch feed in 25c packages.
9 IjOuIs Metals.
St. Louis, May 7. Lead $4.17 Va
4.20; epelter $4.90. ,
New York Metals.
New York, May 7. Lead, firm,
$4.254.27; copper..' firm, lSVlc;
silver, 53 c.
New York, May 7.Prlme paper,
SVilM per cent; Mexican dollars 44;
call money 2f 2' per cent.
St. Louis, May 7. Wool firm. Ter
ritory western mediums, 20 26c:
fine mediums, 19'8,22Hc; fine, 13S
Amalgamated Copper . . 84
Atchison .. 108 ti
pfd 104 i
Southern Pacific 122
New York Central 132
Union Pacific 18914
United States Steel 67 94
pfd. ex-dlvldcnd 120
Grain and lTovlMons.
Chicago, May 7. Close:
Wheat May $1.29; July $1.17 H
Corn May 72 94; July 69.
Oats May 58; July 5195.
Pork May $17.95; July $18,100
Lard May $10.40; July $10.50.
Ribs May $9.909.92; July
Chicago. May 7. Cattle 1.500
Weak. Beeves $5.00 7.25; Texas
steers $4.60drt5.80; western
$4. "(Mi 5.75; stockers and
$3.60 41 5.60; cows and heifers
6.25; calves $57.
Hogs 15,000. Ten lower.
$6.80(1 7.20; mixed 16 90 7. 30; heavy
6.i5(i 7.35; rough $6.956 7 35; pigs
5.70'n6.65; bulk of sab $7.107.25.
Sheep 5.000. Strong. Native $3.90
1i'6.50; western $4ii6.50; yearlings
$6.25 or 7.50; lambs $6.25 9; western
Kansas City Uveo-k.
Kansas City. May 7. Cattle 1,-
000, including 200 southerns. Steady.
Native steers $3.25W6.80; southern
steers $5 (t 6.50; southern cows $3.25
(ii 5.25; native cow and heifers $3T$
6.25; stockers and feeders $3.75f
5.85; bulls $3.75'5.25; calves $3.50
H T; western steers $5.25 fi 6.60; west
ern cows $3.75 ' 5.50.
Hogs 7,000. Steady. 6c lower. Bulk
of sals $6.75 U' 7.20; heavy $7.10 1t
7.25; packers and butchers 16.85 W
7 20; light $6.60'u7; pigs $5,2546.60.
Sheep 2,000. Steady. Muttons
$5.25 ' 6.75; lambs 17 (U 8.90; wethers
and yearlings $7ii7.75; ewes $3.50
You are in vied to on 110 In and M-e
our new lint of Miiiiincr uiuh-rucar.
Tlw-y a iv making a lilt.
lU nJamJii llroH., 218 W kt tVntrul.
Our work tm tm ur&r perfect! eu u
eru.lble. No old, worn out, broken
down or ohMolete machinery In our
plant. Ever) thing new and up to
I ho minute. Always better work and
more prompt yervlif. Wo defy com
petition. A trial bundle will con
vince you. Imperial laundry CX.
Back of post office. Phone 148. Red
Best in Tow n
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