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- ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. rv, rival . Montezuma Grocery and Liquor Company Copper and Third Imported and Domestic Goods Specialt Liquor 1 the Gallon or Bottle. Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive OiL liquor by Family Trade Solicited. Agent for Sid Antonio Limi. Always Fresh. Prices Right. Call Phone or tend for Solicitor, PHOfE 1020 AAAAA AAA aaVAkA A AAAA bVAbA aaVaaaalA V w w w V W WW WWWW www i Pure Ice Cream For the huod of 1I0 oar delicious cream li more pop alar than ever. All order, large or small, In or out of the city, promptly cared for, and delivery In good eondlttoa, guaranteed. The MUtW n'rv & I Supply Company 170 No. Fourth at Phone 411. K4444 . WESRU IT ITH I.F.S8 5 3 WE FURNISH 2 Rooms glgjg f $41.95 3 Rooms comPlcte f" $61.15 Investigate our new easy pay ment plan. A uoiiar or two a week will do. Monthly if desired PRFF f'ece Dinner riILIL set with every pur chase of $50.00 or over. CRO WN FURNITURE Co 114 West Gold Tel. 601 ssai Mtvi ii ri'i:is aw MINNEAPOLIS i Rooming House 24 South Second St., Corner Iron. All new Iron beds. Rooms for trjusekeeplng. Single room, $1,25 per week. No invalids received. ED. FOURNELLE Carpenter and Builder Jobbing Promptly Attended to Phones- Shop IOCS; Residence tS2 Shop Cornet Fourtn S. end Copper kit. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. STKKNUTIl MAKING. Think it's a matter of meat? Mis take. Millions of people live upon bread or sum. thing like it but, whether you aro a meat cater or a vegetarian you can't pet away from the wholeom.'pess of our bread and rolls. Tour prompt orders prove that you 'know." riONKKIt HAKKI1Y, 207 South First Street. BP fFi A Santa Fe and Return $4.SO . olden Jubilee of St. Mich ael's l'ill-si Saii'ii IV, X. M., June I ):!;!. I I. kin oil Mile .Inn.. 16 111 ), IihIumvc. J;,., till 11 limit June i.i, Ittntt. T. E. PURDY Agent DETAILS ARRANCED FOR NEW CITY HALL Council Confer With Korber anil .Settle on ITiIng to He Pone. Because the dimensions of the council chamber and city clerk's of fice wore not a large as specified In the contract, the city council last night held an udjuurned meeting and after much discussion entered Into a new arrangement with J. Korber, who owns the building, whereby Mr. Korber furnishes heat and makes other concessions to the city, In lieu of the smaller ilimenslnns. The city agrees to give Mr. Korber $5 a month towards paying for the heating. It was Just about 9 o'clock 'last night when after some discussion the mayor suggested that Mr. Korber be asked to attend the meeting so that the matter could be definitely settled there and then. The city clerk tele- phoned to Mr. Korber's residence. "Is Mr. Korber there?" he asked.' Some one said he was and the city ' clerk waited patiently. Then Mr. Korber arrived at the other end of the telephone, I ."I'm taking a bath, or was," he said, "but, of course, I will attend the council meeting If necessary." He was asked to attend and arriv ed at the mayor's oftice freshly groomed. After a full, discussion of the mat ter the new arrangement was amic ably reach. d with all parties satis fied. It seems that about five feet was cut off the council chamber In the new city building to make room for apartments furnished the cattle sanitary board. However, Mr. Kor ber agreed to cut a double doorway , Into the city clerk's office, thereby making additional room in case of an overdose of patriotic citizens at any one council meeting. The city clerk is supposed to furnish the chairs and free Ice water. A larger water cooler will be provided, for his office. Mr. Korber, It is agreed, will trans fer the plumbing from the present ! fire station to the new and will install a sink in the holdover In the police headquarters for the use of prisoners. Chief McMillln will donate the snap. Uy heating the new Jail with radia tors, the danger of fire, which whs a source of trouble in the old Jail, will ' bo eliminated. After adjusting the city hall matter the council authorized Alderman Beaven to hire three or four extra teams to be used In placing a topping on the University road, which Is to be made one of the best thorough fares In the city. The street com mittee was also authorized to erect a standplpe on the road for use in spraying the highway after It 1? com pleted. The council also' ordered that the money transferred from the general fund for sewer construction be re turned to the fund out of the sewer moneys. The sewer commitee was also given permission to ask for bids on iron work, not specified In the regular sewer plans. 8imon Stern, city treasurer, sub mitted a $3(10,000 bond to the council last night, covering the sewer bond issue for the same amount. I'pon motion of Alderman Heaven, the bond was returned to the city treas urer and the amount increased to $500,000. Mr. Learnard voted against the $500,000 proposition, but made a motion to increase the bond I; $50,000, which motion was lost. IDEAL SHOE CO. Every style and leather you can imag ine for MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Oxfords, Suedes, Pumps, Slippers, Tennis Shoes, Bare-foot San- dais and others "too numerous to mention." SHOES "to all" AI ST. MARY'S HALL Annual Commencement of Immacu late Conception School Will lie Held This Kvrnrng. HELD LOR DRIVING ACROSS FIRE HOSE Fire ClUef Says Careless lrlvers Will Ho lVosifUted Hereafter. . . . . Gounod lirennan. . . Marchetti TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Wool Market. St. Louis, June 16. Wool changed. Xciv York Metal. New York. June 16. Lead $4.33 (u 4. 4 5: copper 12.''; silver 52((. St. Louis Metals. St. LouIh, June 16. Lead $4.37 14; -p. lter $5.30 1j 5.35. Money. New York, June 16. Prime paper 3,2'ii4 per cent; Mexican dollar 44; call money 1 ji 2 per cent. Stocks. Amalgamated Copper Atchison pfd New York Central . . Southern Pacific ... Union l'aelfle Unit. .! States Steel . . lfd .... &3?s 114 105 M 133 . . . .Llli-V lii2'.4 ... 67 '4 . . . in Oil. nyo Provisions. Chicago, June 16. Close: Wheat July 1.14 14; Sept. 1.07 H . Corn July "114; Sept. 6. Oats July 50 ',4; Sept. 4 2. $20.22 September Pork July $J0.42'i. Lard July 11.724. Kilns July $10.92 '4. $11.65; Sept. $11.70!y $10. 97'. 4; September liunsu-4 City Livestock. Kansas City, June 16 Cattle 7,000 including 3.OU0 southern. Steady. Na. tive ritecrs $5.00ij 7.00; southern .-tiers $ 1.00 li 6.25; southern cows $2.75 'ii 4.50; native cow s and heifers 2.50 '.i 6 ;i; stockers and feeders $1.60 'a 5.50; 'nulls $.1.00 Hi 5.00; calves $:1.75 'n 7 .On; w et rn tecr 14.60 it 6 75; western cows $3.25'ij 5.25. Hogs. 11.000. 5,- higher. Hulk of salcw $7.:i0 'ii 7. Mi; heavy $7.70 7.85; piss $6.iin 'd 7 I", packers and butch ers $7.45'o7so; liKht $7.30'y7.60. Chicago I.iYcMock. Chicago, June 16. -Cattle, 13,000. rung. H.eves $5.307.25; Texas 'its $1651(6.25; western steers .75 'H 6.30; .tock rs and feeders 60'u5 5O; cows and heifers $2.50 6.30; culwti $ 5.75 'ii 7.75. Hogs. 22.011.1. j.,t;y higher, ght $7.20 u 7.x 5 ; mi d $7.40'. H.05; lo; riiuuh $7.5011 15; billk of sules The commencement exercise of the Immaculate Conception school will be held this evening at St. Mary's hall and the following program will be given: "Come to. the Gay Feast of Song," DtReef. Salutatory -Alfred N. Letarte. Ship of State Longfellow. Speaker 'Leo E. Murphy. Goddees of Liberty Mary M. Sco tillo. Chorus. Essay, 'The Angel of the Home," Alice A. Brennan. Vocal Solo, "Salve Itegina". . . .Boex Louis G. Hesselden. Recitation, "The Angelus," Mary M. Seotillo. "Ave Maria" Chorus. Valedictory Alice A Hymn of Praise Chorus. Accompanist, Miss Shlnick. The graduating exercises will be In Id Friday morning at 7 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception church. The Junior choir will sing the high mas, with Rev. A. M. Man dalari, S. J., as celebrant. Following the mass, diplomas will be conferred, followed by benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Gold medals for Christian doctrine will b awarded Mias Este.Ua Kelly, Miss Mary Kelly. Miss Goldie Spring, Lio Murphy and Joseph C. McCan na. The donors of the medals aro Rev. George Juillard, Rev. J. J. Gate ly, Rev. A. E. Manning und Rev. C. M. Capilupl. S. J. The class of 1909 is composed of Allica A. Brennan and Alfred N. Le tarte. The class motto Is "Look to the End." The class colors are red, white and blue. Armida M. Oscar McMullen and William Chaves, two drivers employed by the Trimble Livery company, were fined $10 and costs in police court this morning for driving over the hose which the fire department had laid across the street at the time of the fire In the Santa Fe yards about 5 o'clock last evening. Their fines were suspended during good behavior. Mc Mullen, who is the foreman of a gang of drivers working in that neighbor hood, did not heed the warning of an officer stationed to prevent driv ing across the hose. Other wagons followed and the arrests resulted. "I intend putting a stop once and for all to driving over hose lines dur ing a fire," said Chief Burtless today. "Despite the fact that an officer Is stationed at each Are for the purpoBd of stopping traffic over the hose lines, siveral driver usually manage to get across. We intend prosecuting all arrested for this offense to the fullest extent of the law and the arrests of last evening are only a beginning." eJ . Any part or all of the first floor of the Luna and Strlckler building Is now ready for occupancy, and will be leased to responsible bartles. Any alterations desired will tie made to suit tenants. Total floor space, 12,000 square feet. Basement' fame dimen sions. Steam heat and Vjl othtr mod ern Improvements. Apply W. S. Strlckler. o See I, U. Cox, irie prarnoer, for gar den hose. . All grades and prices, from IS to $8. Garden hose repairing. 701 West Central. Phone ttJO. o It Is not what you pay for advertis ing but what advertising PAYS YOU, that makes it valuable. Our rates are lowest for equal service. DENTISTS MEET TOfi I0RR0W MORNING I'tvo Day Session Will be Called to Order at the Commercial Club. NEW GUY JAIL WILL 3EJLEAN PLACE Cold Water, Soup and Scrubbing 1 (rustics to 1U- Only I'U-nsils for the l"risoiii;rs. In order to finish all of the writ ten work of their examination by noon today, the eight applicant for license to practice dentistry In this territory, who have been before the board of dental examiners for the past three days, were compelled' to hold an extra session last evening. At neon , today all of the written work waa finished with only one more af ternoon of practical demonstration work remaining. The papers will be examined and results made known In the course of a few days. Following the meeting of the board of dental examiners will be the sec ond annual meeting of the New Mex ico Dental society which convene at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning In the parlors of the Commercial club. The society now numbers over thirty members and many new applications for membership will bo received at this meeting. "I looked for more than fifty dentists from all over the territory at the meeting," said Secre tary Ervln of the Dental Society to day. "Our books now show a mem bership of over thirty and we expect to add nearly again that many at this meeting." Following the meeting of the so ciety on Friday afternoon, tho an nual election of officers will be held. An Interesting program ha been prepared for the meeting and In clude many Interesting lecture by different members of the society. 4Hf f aw White Frost Refrigerator The one household article that la of more Importance to the health of your family than any other Is the refrigerator. The WHITE FROST is a metallic refrigerator, midt en tirely of galvanized sheet steel with solid brass trimmings, white enameled inside and out; It will not shrink, warp or decay. The WHITE FROST Is pro rided with a 1 1-4 Inch air . space between walls which Is thoroughly Insulated with "Aerofelt" and maltha. Aero felt Is a quilted fiber of non conducting properties, so su perior to any other Insulation known that It make tie WHITE FROST the acme f perfection for the purpose of refrigeration. Come and aee them on our floor. m14.-iiii.MMmL r F ""13 Vj..JAW.-i;ag8fil'"-' r$ tt 'v4'.'S'-,i ,:-BB -"'. 'f.;i.rns5!rJ mi 1 1 , JAtll!' Shepit Fates V 308-310 West Central Avenue 4 rX444a OB nn ! rs) rn r& ce GIVES PERFECT SATISFACTION Highland Livery BAMBROOK BROS. Phone 698 11J John St. Up to date turn-outs. Best drivers In the city. Proprietor of "Sadie," the picnic wagon. 4 1 The Parisian Beauty Parlors Phone 234 MRS. JAS. SLAUGHTER, PROP. 1U S. 4th St. Studebaker Harness is especially popular with people who are particular. They know that the name Studebaker on a harness is the best guarantee of quality, style and strength. Many styles displayed at our store. - i .. . ' ; ... , Raabe & M auger 113-117 NORTH FIRST STREET HARDWARE and RANCH SUPPLIES SBsalHBaBBB 4 jl" 'O .V $0 jvy $ 6 .". 7 'i 5. -ii- !. 1 2 ''.mi .25; west. I ii t-s $0 .1 7.15; st. rn $5.7: .73 9.40. St. ady. N.itive 13 75 $3.75 'u 5.9'J: e.ir- 5 ; la in Ijs $51 k.25 ; 'i8.25; spring lambs In comparison with the present city Jail, the new quarters In the Kor ber building for lawbreakers will be so near heavenly that Chief McMillln anticipates the police will have trou ble accommodating all applicants. If Is uiKlerstood that several reserva tions have already been made for space in the new Jail and the police have others under suspicion. "Good morning. Have you used 's soap?" will be the custom ary salutation at the new Jail, accord int; to present plans of the officers. There will be two cell rooms, one for men and one for women. The men's room will contain four cells and the women's room two cells. The inter ior .if the ce!l rooms will be coated with a specially prepared cement and the floors will slope to a drain. The cell rooms can be washed thorough ly with a hose und every occupant will be r-quired to have his or her dHlly bath. The chief doesn't pro pose to have a clean Jail contaminat ed by a dirty prisoner, so any pros pective occupant will do well to bring along a cake of soap and a tooth brush. Tluil U What They Say Almut litem In Albuquerque, anil It is There fore, Reliable. Another proof, more evidence, Al buquerque testimony to swell the long list of local people who endorse the old Quaker remedy Doan'B Kidney Pills Read this convincing endorse ment of that remarkable prepara tion: Ed. A. R. iily 513 West Fruit ave nue Albuquerque, N. M. ays: "For pain in the b;A k or any of the trou bles arising from disordered kidneys, there Is, in my opinion, no medicine qual to Doan's Kidney pills. The valu- of this remedy was Mist proven to me about a year ago and j quickly 'id it relieve me of rain across my loins that sin.e then I have never been without it. My advice to all whom I hear complaining of back ae'ne or fault with the kidneys Is to us Doan's Kidney IMHs." For sale by all dealers. Price COo. Foiter-Milburn Co. Buffalo, New York, s de agents f:r the United State. Remember the name Doan's and take no othtr. (4 Hair Dressing, Shampooing Facial and Scalp Massage Complete line of hair goods in stock and made to order. No shade too hard to match. Your combing made up in any style. Best instantaneous hair dye, all shades, guaranteed not injurious to the scalp. Creams, lotions, etc. EXTRA LARGE HAIR NETS 25c tttntmttMmt 4WO44444444 J There Is no Storm In thl city where you can llndaa com piete an assortment or X Ladies' Ready-toWear Garments As you will find here. Every week we receive a large shipment of goods direct from our factory of the very latit design and style. Our prices are lower than other merchant, because, we being only a branch of one of the largest manufacturers In this country there is no middle min's prices. We sell direct from the factory to the wearer. Come In and eramirn- our stock. Ask our prices, then compare with others. All alterations free. "Xo trouble to show Ko'Kls. New York Cloak and Suit Co. 31 S South Second Street 444444 4X44444444 Albuquerque Foundry&Machine Works I See the Big Columns in the House that Korber Built. "THE OLD ONE" DID IT W W AlbuquerqueFoundryPachineWorks j Consolidated Liquor Go. EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE Write for Illustrated Catalog and Price List OFFICE AND SALES ROOM 121 and 123 North First St. Fte 138 .. ALL THE WAY UP r. From the foundation to the ahlnglea on the root, w ar n la B sliding Material CSieapev abu jo have bets4 taa aoiusy j ears. Save at leas M pec ami aad i BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material & Lumber Co. PHONE . X)It-ER THIRD A .YD ef AflQCaTCTBI, 4V4V4-4VO 'OLD RELIABLE," ESTABLISHED 1ST3 L, B. PUTNEY I THE WHOLESALE GROCER I FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS 4 . X Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Oroctri ic the Southwest, FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS KAILHOAO AVENUE 'Lbi'yi'iii.v'JE. -v t 444444 ; Builders and Finishers Suppl. Native an4 Chirgo Lumber, Sherwla-W till in. faint .Ium k B.llaiAf Payer, Plaster, Ume, Omen. GUa. Sa.b, Door. sHa J. C. BALDRIDGE 423 SOUTH Fl M V i