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rAIBUQTTERQtTE CITIZEN. VKIKnV, JVI.Y 21.- 190. i vr i.4 f v- ill AlVIITCiriVlPMTC: ll Crystal Every Lady Attending Oar matinee on Wednesday Next will receive a souvenir, and every matinee a ticket will be given for two special prizes on Wednesday Afternoon. Matinee Every Day at Evening 7:15, J' . : COLOMBO THEATRE W. B. MOORE, ttgr. by tbe Motion Plo tmr Patent Co. The Largest, the Coolest and Safest Motion Picture Theatre in the Southwest Non Inflammable Films Used ADMISSION 10c ED. FOURNELLE ; Carpenter, f m .gnu .uuuaer ,-.. '- I ,J 4m. gibing Promptly Attinditii Tfeonea: Shop 1065. Residence S52. Slop forcer Fourtk St. ind Copper he. ALBUQUERQUE, R. M. . A short man can travel a fast as a giant If he makes ' his feet go fatter. .. . Likewise. ahert local entered on different pages will often do the work of display ad, and their cost Is ta mere trifle. We have many adr nit er who use them dally. 1HE CITIZEN If yoo are too busy, send fur our ad man. Pure Ice Cream For the season of 111! oar ellclonsi cream is mora pop- . la thaa ever. All orders. targe or email, in or out of the tty. promptly tared for, and 1 silvery la goo eoadltloa. aroaraateea. J The Matthew Dairy & - Sflpplj Company tltS No, FovrU tt Phone ! 1 v Had dyspepsia or Indigestion foi 94 rs. No appetite, and what I did -bt distressed me terribly. Burdock Uliod Hitlers cured me." J. H. Wal Sun bury. Ohio. I JGcSr if 1 0 T V The a the 2:45; All Seats 10c 8:15, 9:15 JUNE BRIDES and all young housekeepers Bhould get wise on the bread question by availing themselves of the experi ence of those of mature judgment. They will be Informed that In most eases it Is far preferable to buy bread than make It oneself, especially if you get Butter Cream bread, which for Its nutritive qualities, taste and Savor Is of the highest standard of excellence. PIONEER BAKERY, SO? South First Street. Strong Brothers Mrs. R. B. Patten Lady Assistant MINNEAPOLIS Rooming House M4 Sonlh Second St., Corner Iron. ' All saw Iron beds. Rooms for rsusekeeplng. Sing) room. $1,! t':T weeBl 'o IdyU4i rtcclrtd. 'WAKE UP' ano u!.e nrtice THE iTluRNTON Eipert Cleaning Go. It now read? to meet any comoe uiku Id the cleaning liue all we an: Give u a coasce to figure iih you. CALL UP 460 B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUGGIST ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Bold Ave, and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidents! Building Bring Us Your Prescription Sandias Home at Tijeras Cmyon Hut und cold lunches and re freshments served. Mineral and good pure fresh water, cold im ice without Ice, relieves Kid ney Trouble, Heurt Burn, Indl dlgestion, etc. TKi PIr to Snnrl art ... . I Outing. university ore A WEEK LATER l ir( SeineMor Will Itrglll Auaii-:. anil Sliidenti Arc ItrqiK'xlcil lO IU' lTOM'lll. Notice him been Inii ;1 of a change in tin' lat:' on which the first wmi tcr of 19U9-1910 ut the University New Mexico will brgin. The sem.... t r will npi n Monday, August 30. in stead of August 23. as heretofore an nounced, and students arc request, j to present themselves for registration on the opening day. Under the title, "Self Help," the University iins Issued a bulletin stat ing: "The University recognizes a clear and definite duty to assist the neeOy student to the utmont of Its power. All the work that can be done in and around the University by students without Injury to the interests of t.14 Institution or the student's collek'.' work, will be given to those who need to be helped through cullige." Domestic work will be paid for at the rate of 12 V, cents an hoiir. Jani tor and outdoor work 15 cents, care furnace, stenographic work, assisting mechanics, IS to 20 cents an hour. The students applying for work w.'Jl be classified as follows: First or Treferred Class: Student whose parents are unable to eontri1 ute towards their support. Second Class: Students whose par ents are able to contribute towards their support, but who desire to par tially tarn their collet? expenses. Third or Deferied Claes: students who already hold a territorial schol arship. From the above classification It wii; be seen that the needy student, with- out a scholarship, will receive prefer ential consideration; next will come the student who Is not in need of halp but wishes to earn motiey In payment of part of the college expenses; and last, the student for whose support the territory has already provided. NATTY LINEN COSIIM O.vsUT gray liiieii ie the material ucd for this Charming summer frock, and It Is trimmed with soutache braiding in exactly the same shade as the gown. The lower part of the skirt displays the very , latest wrinkle the wide side plaited flounce. The yoke and lower sleeves are of coarse meshed gray net. . The hat is of gray satin straw with pule yellow roses end old goM ribbon and pompon, and the parasol Is a long-handled one of gray linen, to match the gow n. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS TIm Metals. New Yoik. July 21. Copper firm, 13 ' 'i 13 'ie; lead quiet. $1.30 4. "5. st. Imls vmI. St. 1.0UTS, July 21. Wool eteud; territory and western mediums, 23 'u1 L7c; line medium. 21 M 24c; fine, 1 2 .' 18'ic. Motley Market. New Y.nJi. July 21. Silver, 51;-; Mexican dollars, 4 4c; prime papc", 3W4 per cent; call money, 'a i per cent. .iiihi hiiiI I'rovlMloru.. Chicago. July 21. Close: Wh.-at July. $ 1 1 i 'aVi ; Sept.. $108. Corn July, lie; Spt., 66 !(?. Oats July, 45V,c; Sej.t., 40'iu;'. Pork July. $20.85; Sept.. $21.02 L,. Ijird July. $11.67 'j; Sept., $J1.7u. Ribs July, $11.43; Sept.. $11. 37. Kuusas. !Jt l.lveMiM k. Kansas City, July 21. Cattle Jle ctipts 8,000, including 4,000 South erns; Mcady to 10c lower; tiative steer. $4 50 H 7.25; southerp steers. $J. 40 ''I 5.50; southern cows, $2.75(i"i 4.25; native cows and heifers, $.25 '.i 7 25; Mockers and feeders, $S.40'-j THESE ARE BUSY DAYS AT BEVERLY, MASS. r-- nVrwn .' (ST,l'MY.y,"" k.'itV H(ll' ti Till COT YOu Rf 1' t I TAtr vnito Tt " I n 77y?f sZ!i U-rtVAli- Avoulock orb im ej TwrT liooiK to .win yum li t Ymr L "C vl:r J" rCT Mr ttli yum SOMtTHin' '"VP y ' l'r 5 V?,Z ig ( rrJL Jsme or tteM is- , ' jrTTW H ' 'l PRESIDENT TAFT IS EXPECTED TO BE A GREAT DRAWING CARD AT CLAMBAKES, LAWN F1ETES AND PICNICS IN THE VICINITY OF THE SUMMER CAPITAL THIS SUMMER. SEVERAL CHURCHES EXPECT TO LIFT THEIR MORTGAGES ON THE STRENGTH OF THIS ATTRACTION. NEWS ITEM. S.30; bulls, $2.904.25; calves, $4.00 & 7.25 ; western steers, $4. 23S6. 40; western cows, $2.75 f) 4.75. j Hogs Receipts 9.000; 5c higher; bulk of sales, J7. 808. 05; heavv, J8.0fiifc.10; packers and butchers, J7.804i'8.05; llHht, $7.60 $1 7.95; plgi, 16.507.50. , i Sheep Receipts 6,000; rteady; lr.uttons, $4.0O1t 5.25; lambs, $6.55 ft 7.75; range.: wethers,. $4.00 5.50 ' large ewes,. $.3.25 5.00. ; Xcwrjyork 8to'ks. New TorV.fViuly .. 21. following were closing quotations on the (stock exchange; Arrnilgamated. Copper 82 At.'hison .i. ,...116 'a N. Y. Central , 133 T Southern Pacifjic 133HI Union Pacific.;.',.. 197w! U. Steel 7013 i do. preferred , 126 CllkMlgO IJOhtM'k. Chicago, July 21. Cattle (Receipts 10.000: steady to 20c higher; beev.'S. $4.80 7.60; Texas steers, $4.50.ii 6 00; western Bteers, $4.00 (i 5.75; Mockers and feeders. $ 3.00 (Vi1 5. 1 " ct ws and heifers, $2.40 6.20; falves, $5.00 f 8.50. Hogs Ri celpU 0 000; 5 to 10c higher; light, $7.538.15; mixed, $7.608.30; heavy, $7.63'i; 8 3C-: rough. $7.65 n 7.80; good to chol:e hiavy, $7.80fi 8.35; p'lgs. $6.80 ''j 7.70; bulk of sales, $6.90 fi 7.20. Sheep Receipts 18.000; strong; rihtive, 2.75 fir 5",10; western, $3.0U'.d. 5.30; y. ui lings, $4.65 t?i 6.10 ; native l.'imbo, $4.75 'a 8. ?5; western lanibt, ?4.75 1j 8. SC. TO RENT IJy day or hour, Max well touring ear. I'lionc, office 1020; residence, 52. niHiCUYK AND ADJOl'llNKD MKiniM; F CITY I'OVXCIL July 8, 1909. Meeting called by Mayor Lester. Present: Aid. Hanley, NeUbtaJt, Wroth, Beaven, ; Coen and Learnard. Afur a discussion of the tax levy tu .be made for the year 1909, it wus m iVed oy AM. Neustudt, seconded by Aid. Wrot:i. that the following levy jf adopted by the council as the tax 1' y f ir th.- year 190;: Mills. (i. real fund I'.;ik fund Library fund City Hal! fund Ir.t. en bonds, lsml 4 Int. en bonds. 18i9 4s int. on bonds, 1899 5s b.7 3 50 1.00 .4;: l.i7 Int oh Viaduct bonds -S li t on Sei r bonds 4 67 Tolul IS. Cariied: Aid.. Hanley. NeuMad. Wroth, Hi HV.-n, Coen and Learnard ottns 'yes." Muved by Aid.. Wroth, seconded V AM. l.rurnnrd. that council adj.iurn (m iiie. t July in, Saturday, at 1:.".0 o'ebn k p. m. at "the library building. Untried. FELIX H. LESTER, Mayor. J"H. li. McM AN US, Clerk. Mi.i(H iiM;iHt;i l,U Mi:i.T- of firv i)lll. July 10, 1909. Pres.nt: Aid. Hanley, Wr.it. l. I. ..iv. n, Cunroy and learnard. The expert committee which iippuiuttd by a special committee of the council to examine the water com pany's plunt and ascertain the c.uuli tion of mine, cause of shortage, etc presented rts report. Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconded h.: Aid. Hanloy, that report be publish.: J in the newspapers at once, and that the report be made special order or business at next meeting. Carried. The e'erk reported that he had re ceived eighteen bids for the construe 'inn of sewerage system. The clerk was then directed to opc V bids and t.ie following named .personn vere found to be bidders for the pro posed work: The Municipal Con tracting company. Dearborn ft Jack ton, T. J. Shea. Seerle Bros., Hamil ton Cons, company. Glass ft Fisher. S M. Kern. J. D. Hanley, J. R. Gor don, A. L. Patterson & Co. Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconded Ly Aid. Hanley, that all bids be referred to the city engineer and the consult ing engineer, and that as soon a their work on came Is completed a meeting of the council be called. Car lied. Mr. J. R. Gordon requested to allowed to withdraw his bid of $380, 000 for the construction of sewer sy- tem. stating that he had not beenj here a sufficient length of time to properly go into the propofcltlon. Moved by Aid. Hanley, neconded Dy Aid. Wroth, that J. R. .Gordon be allowed to withdraw his bid of $380, 000 for constructing the sewer system and that his certified check for $300 be returned to him. Carried. Moved by Aid. Beaven, seconded by Aid. Learnard, meeting adjourn until Monday, July 12. at 8 o'clock p. m. FELIX H. LESTER, Mayor. JOHN B. McM ANUS,. Clerk. MEETI.NC; OF CITY COUNCIL July 12. 1909. '-..l- -Meeting called to order by .Mayir Lester. ' Present: Aid. Hanley. 'Keustad;, Wroth, Beaven. Auge,.' Cocd, "Comoy and Learnard. ., ' The following communication-was read: "If agreeable we would like M withdraw our bids for sewer constru? tion. (Signed) "HAMILTON BROS. CONSTRUC TION CO." Moved by Aid. Hanley, seconded by Aid. Neustudt, that request of Hamil ton Bros. Construction company withdraw their bids for sewer con slructlon and that their certifl-M check he returned to them. Carrie I. Mr. Se.rle. representing the Seerie Bros., a.-ked and was given perm!.--s.on to address the council and rc 'lU. stfd council to allow him to with draw hi" bid. MmvcJ by Aid. Hanley, seconded by Aid. Coi n, that Mr. S erie' request be granted and that bid of Seen I'.rus. be not considered and that cer tified check be returned to them. Car ried. Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconded b.' Aid. Heaven, that in view of thu fact that the two lowest bidders hae withdrawn their bids the committee will need further time to consider the other bid. and suggests that we now adjourn until tomorrow, Tuesday, July 13. at S o'clock p. m. Carried. FELIX H. LESTER, Mayor. JoHN B. McMANUS, Clerk. AIUOIUNKI) KK;iLll MKI-TTIXU OF CITY 4 01NC1L July 13, 1909. M.-etIng called to order . by May T Lett r. Prist nt: Aid. Hani, y, Neustndl, Wroth. H avert, Auge, Coou and 1. arnard. Mr. M L. Stern, of the expert com mittee appointed to examine the wa t. r company's plant, etc.. requested that the report presented by them o the council be returned to them i-l order to make a summary of the facts contained therein. Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconded b Aid. Heaven, that report bs return-d to the committee with instructions to formulate their conclusions and re port at next meeting of council. Car ried. Moved by Aid. Neustadt, seconded by Aid. Hanley, that council go lnt 3 committee as a whole for purpo.se of considering sewer bids and that city engineer, consulting engineer, city at torney and city marshal remain in chamber. Carried. Aid. Neustadt, acting as chairman of the committee aa a whole report ed and recommended that contract for building sewer system for this city be awarded to the firm of Glass a.- Fisher. Moved by Aid. Hanley, seconded by Aid. Learnard,' that report of com mittee as a whole be adopted. Carried: Aid. Hanley, Neustadt, Wroth, Beaven, Auge, Coen and Learnard voting "yes." Moved by Aid. Hanley, seconded ay Aid. Wroth, that mayor and clerk be authorized and directed to enter lntv contract with Glass & Fisher for the construction of sewerage system It accordance with plana and specifica tions'. Carried: Aid. Hanley, Neustad;, Wroth, Beaven, Auge Coen and Learnard voting "yes." Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconded by Aid. Beaven, that council take recess until arrival of citizens' committe who desired to present a report in re lation to water supply. Carried. After an hour's recess the mayor called council to order and it wai moved by Aid. Beaven, seconded by Aid. Learnard, that all certlfiel checks which accompanied bids be re turned to bidder with the exception of that of Glass & Fisher. Carrie 1. Mr. Samuel M. Gray presented a bill in the sum of $150, to apply on it In account as per contract, and ono in the sum of $182.33 to cover trip No. 1, May 17 to June 2, 1909, of Geo. H. Leland. his chief assistant, and same were approved by finance com mittee. Moved by Aid. Auge, seconded by Aid. Wroth, that bills be allowed; that clerk be directed to draw warrant in payment of same. Carried: Aid. Hanley, Neustadt, Wroth, Beaven, Auge, Coen and Learnard voting "yes." Moved by Aid. Hanley, seconded by Aid. Beaven that city engineer and consulting engineer be Instructed ti bring in at next regular meeting of the council a recommendation as ti the style of sewers to be constructs 1. Carried. Upon motion council adjourned. FELIX H. LESTER, Mayor. JOllN B. McM ANUS, Clerk. M'K1L MF.I.TIXG OF CITY t OlWCIL July 14. 1909. Special meeting of city couti'll called for the purpose of hearing re port of citizens' water committee and for other purposes. All councllmen were duly notified as required by ordinance. Present: Aid. Hanley, Neuntadt, Wroth, Beaven, Auge, Coen and Con roy. The expert committee appointed 'y council to examine the water com pany's plant, etc., presented the fol lowing: "The Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Albuquerque New Mexico: "Gentlemen "Pursuant to your request t.mt your commission heretofore apoolrted to tXamine Into the physical conditio i etc., of the plant of the A'atJ' Supply company, shall furnish yoj with Lie collusions arrived at by aid com mission, beg leave to submit the fol I'. .virg: Summitry. "An Insufficient production of waie, tc meet the demand. "Inadequate facilitieu for producing the required supply. "Insufficient reservoir rspaclV. The present reservoir having a maxi mum capacity of arnrci ly tw o dnys supply. "Insufficient pressure for fire pur- piwes and domestic uses. i "No appreciable Increase In tha number of wells and appliances for producing water to meet the annual Increased demand. "A recommendation, nam.ly, 'tho introduction of compr :iwd air Into the existing wells,' If properly an-1 safely Installed will grant prompt temporary relief. "Note: By this last named recom mendation we do not mean to convey the idea that by the use of compress ed air in the wells a sufficient prodiic. tion" of water could be had for the future, but merely a an expedient tJ relieve the present conditions. "The economical use of water t the present time in. order to have suf ficient water to preserve health an prevent the destruction of -property by fire. Signed) "E.' C. BUTLER. ' "J. H. DRURY. "M. L. STERN. "A. D. JOHNSON."" Moved by Aid. Neustadt, second-sJ by Aid. Auge, that report be accept ed. Carried. Aid. Beaven presented the follow ing resolution: "Whereas, the water committee sn July 5th reported to the council that the failure of the water company to ' furnieh a good and sufficient supply of. good water to Albuquerque la caused by the inadequacy of its plant and its neglect to provide in seabon for the increased and increasing de mand occasioned by the growth of th. city; and, "Whereas, the committee of ex perts employed in pursuance of the recommendations of said report, t- examine the company's plant and ai certaln the condition of the fame, have filed their report by which it appears that the conclusions of, the? water committee have been verified and sustained; and "W'hereas, the water supply com pany has by reason of its neglect and" failure to perform the duties imposed' upon It by the provisions of the or dinance contract between it and the city, forfeited Its contract and fran chise; "Now, therefore, be it resolvei. That the city attorney be and hereby ie instructed to file suit immediately against said company and all other persons or necessary parties in such form as will, In his judgment, bring adequate relief at the earliest possi ble 'moment to the city and its inhab itants from the present deplorable conditions, . and will protect and en force their legal right against said: company." Moved by Aid. Beaven, seconded by Aid. Coen, that resolution be adopted. Carried: Aid. Hanley, Neustadt, Wroth, Beaven, Auge, Coen and Con roy voting "yes." Moved toy Aid. Neustadt, fcecondeo? by Aid. Wroth, that mayor and city sttorney be authorized to employ such special counsel as they may see fit. r ' ' ' Carried: AM. Hanley. Neustadt, Wroth. Beaven, Auge, Coen end Coi roy voting "yes." Chairman Kieke of the citizens' committee asked and was given per mission to address the council and presented their report, said report bearing the endorsement of several hundred citizens. Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconled by Aid. Neustadt, that report of c.'tizens' committee be received and read. Carried. The clerk then read the report of citizens' committee. Moved by Aid. Wroth, seconded .y Aid. Conroy, that report be filed with the clerk. Carried. Upon motion of Aid. Hauloy. se: fnded'by Aid. Wroth, co'iticil ad journed. FELIX H. LESTER. Mayo. JOHN B. McMANUS. Cle . Very low price on garden nose to close out stock. Come In before we are sold out I. H. Coa. 70S W. Cen tral. HOME ENDORSEMENT. Hundreds of AJbilquerque Citius Can Tell You All About It. Home endorsement the public ex pression of Albuquerque people, should be evidence beyond dispute for every Albuquerque reader. Surely the experience of friends and neigh bors cheerfully given by them, will1 carry more weight than the utter ances of strangers residing in far away places. Read the following: Mrs. E. Adair, 817 South Edith street, Albuquerque, N. M., says: "Whether my difficultlea Indicated kidney trouble or not, I was not cer tain but nevertheless from reading about Doan's Kidney Pills, I wa given a desire to try them to see it they would not afford me at least some relief from the pain in my back Just below my shoulder. While on my feet I did not feel the slightest Inconvenience but when I sat down, the pain became Very severe. Doan'e Kidney Pills brought me relief that Justifies my high appreciation of them." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. 47 Trade Marks Dcs?ONt CoPVRiaHTt Ac knwnnmmmrArm gktrb anr) Aefwrnntton tnt' fJiilc'T Mcer.ittii eur opwitou frt wb-Mber w t;i"mtloo I prohftbly p:wniftr-i, Comniunf nitiitatrtctlrrni.auiMtt.sU. HANDBOOK onP&teuu fc m frw. OMjt Si-t'iu y fur tm urliif pitt-aiua. I'atenit tsUten tKro-nah Atunn & Cu, rtclri Scientific American. A hnrtomelf tlbi"trtd WMkiy. l.arsrMt ci CiiialU'il of in? -lent tslfl -urt(i. 1 ttrtna, i . jht: four ruuhiLsstL boiO by ail nllr MUNN & Co.a6,c"-Hew Yorl 60 YEARS . , EXPERIENCE i i