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THE KAliLK: V LL'.NKSDAY, MAY ft. ÍBW.
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Newsy Notes of Happenings Purely Local. A (irlHt of HtMldtible I'liniKrupln Whlili Ntuitilil Not he Ovei'uMMitil It V our ItfuilerH Duming Iiuh a brass band nf V.) pieces nuil it is said that they la tine. "Why cannot HTi I vt-r City have a hand? Tim Eaíü.k acknowledges the receipt oí an invitation to the commencement exercises of the New Mexico school of mines at Socorro, May 7, 18. Their will noon he organized a ladies lodge for the wives, daughter., and soiih of members of the A Ü. U. W. lodire. It will he called the Degree of Honor. I troop of t lie 1st cavalry, in command ofCapt. Pitcher, and Lieut Jinks, passed through enrout for Ft. Rayard Monday from a 40 days trip toSolomanville Ariz, A new schedule is reported for the Santa Fe shortly and it is rumored that the change is liable to deprive every towniN the territory of day light trains. The Club House base hall nine went up to I'inos Altos last Sunday afternoon and played the I'inos Altos nine, with a score of 0x21 in favor of the Club Housi'. J). 1'. Carr, secretary of the board of education has moved his ollice from his residence to the Rennett building on Ri'llard street, over Jones' Meat Market where all meetings of ilie board wiil be held. PiniU'V ik Robinson of PIihmiíx, A. T., expect to establish a bicycle manufac tory either at Albuquerque or 1'hienix, within the next few months. If they make as good a wheel as they sell, they cannot help but meet with success. At the council meeting last Friday evening the following were elected to t lie vil v otlices: . 11. Kilburn, mar- shall ; W. F. Lorenz, clerk ; 11. Abraham, treasurer; Frank Wright, city attorney; II. H. Ret tH, assessor. Health and tire eommitte.-s were also elected. On last Friday evening a large com pany of friends of Mis: Relie Kckles gave her a very pleasant surprise party, The evening was passed by dancing and with other amusements. And a very enjoyable time was had by all. The following are those who were present: Misses Marjorie Raymond, Alice Railey, Ressio Hooir, l'hania Uptogrove, Mable. Miller, Agnes Oreen, Relie liaddis, Kssie Abraham, Lida Mcintosh. The young- men were Messrs. Norman l'ronger, Charlie Morrill, RaxU-r Rishop, Oliver AVilliams, Clarence Rayne, Horace Mos es, Will Rivers, Will Lorenz, Charley Spann, Frank Reed, Sam Kckels, and Frank Jones. A Foul l'lot. Last week Sliuriff Shannon, brought in Harry Parker and Hiriuan Roswell, for conspiracy to murder P. H. McDer mott, at Carlisle. It seems the trouble grew out of a mining deal between MeRermott and Roswell. The former had leaded a mine from the later for tf'iOOO and had paid him $2000, and would not pay the bal ance $:'.000, ami hard feelings ensued. I is reported that Roswell gave Harry Parker if 200 to kill McDcnnott. They are new in the county jail under $1000 bond. Sift hull 1st Church Itcm-tlt. The following is the program of the entertainment, to he given at Morrill Opera house, tonight for the benefit f the M. L Church. Tickets on iale at Porlerlield's Drug store. Prices of ad mission 00 cents, no extra charges (or reserve seats. I'AHT I. 1. Overture Dcr Freischutz C.Czerny Mesdanii's Laird, Norton and Morrill. 2. Paper The Japanese, Mrs. N. S. Rerray. 2. Vocal Duet Sweetly the Moon light Reaming. Misses Maude Knuckev and Lida Mclniosh. 4. Piano Solo "I'is thus Ordained Mendelssohn. Mrs. (!eo. Selby, 5 Reading in Iri-h Dialect. . Mrs. Maud Fielder, (i. Vocal Solo I Love You So Mrs. Chas. Ashtou. 7. lolin Solo . .liotterinaii. , Mr. A. Loch. 8. Recitation Cobra Miss Mary Agee, 9. Instrumental Duel . ... Midsummer Night's Dream. Mendelsohn. Miss Alice Railey, Mrs. W. II. White. 10. Do ible Q iartette,. .. .Faithful and True liriihil Chorus from Lohengrin. Mesdaines Morrill, White, Sithol, Laird, Norton, Misses Railey, Knuckev. I'AHT II. Cantata. A lianh f Singing Flow ers. Gardner, Mrs. A. J. Lnomis ; Man in the Moon, Mr. Geo. Hoiiser; Rutter eup, Miss Maude Knuckev: Sunllower, Miss Pearl Childers; Rose, Miss Ilatlle Whitehill; Daisy, Miss Lida Mcintosh; Lilv, Loa Warner; Pansy, Mr. Clarence Ravne;Tulip. Misses Uptogrove, Powell; Carnatiou, Miss Atkins; Pianist, Mrs. Letiie R. Morrill. Tin- .School II. aril. A meeting of the board of education of the independent school district of Silver City was held on Monday, May 4th, and D. P. Carr was selected as a member of I he board in place ot R. L. Powel resigned, bis appointment by the board being rat illed and approved by the county superintendent of schools B. T. Link. The board was organized by theelection of C Rennet t as presi dent and D. P. Carr secretary. On ac count of shortage of funds there being an indebtedness of fOóT.OO at the close of the last school month April 27th and it appearing to the board ihit the revenue to derived from the Jul. e ap portionment will, probably, be i-sulli cient to pay this indebtedness and the expense of running the schools longer than the present school m.mth lie hoard ordered iliut (lie schools be closed lor the term on Friday, May 22, 180(1. Adjourned to meet at 7.:10 p. le. Mav ftlh. ('ni. Ticket! Itniiovwil. Last week Col. II. L. Picket! removed from this city to Salt Lake Cuy, L'lah. Col. Pickett has been a resident of .-'li ver City for many years and was one of the most prominent attorneys in this part of tht territory. In recent, yearn lie made a specially of niinii g litiga'iou and w as very successful in t be important cases w hich wert intrusted lo him. He was one of our most respected ri i.ens and hi: lo-s to this community will I e severely felt. TEN CENTSTORE BORENSTEINBROS. l'KOl'UIKTOKS. Dealer in dry coons ami clothing, LADIKS', GKNTS' and CIIILDK'KN S SHOKS. GLASS iWAKIv and CK'OCKKK'Y. On But turd St. To allien Next A Sun Doop Broadway Hotel This Favorite Hotel has been completely refitted and is lirst class in every particular. Sample Room in Connection. A. Abraham, l'rirititr. BROADWAY KKSTA UHANT. Under Broadway Hotel. Everything New anl Elegant. Meals at all hours, day and night. Oysters, fish and game in season. The best meals in the city. Jim On, Chef and Manager. 1