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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 5 January 1901

- JAN 6, 1B"1 1 r AuBCQURRQUB, - CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS i I Hfi Id hiarest nffflnd hairuei vSai - slons at Santa Fe. REPORTS OF THE SOCIETIES, The tenth ammiaI convention of the New Mexico Christian Endeavor Union began lie sessions FrldAy ern inir In the Presbyterian church of fton tA TV, Aie the Nvw Weildun. The meeting wa preelded over by llev. W. Hayes Moore. (After dvotlonal exercise conduoted by Iter, Samuel McOltl, of Itaton, the delegate And visitor were welcomed to Santa Fe by Hev. W. A. Cooper, P-Jtor of St. John'e Methodist RpUoo Pl church. In a pleasing And fltllncr Addres. In the absence of C. W. W'rd. of Albuquerque, preeldtnt of tho Union, Itov. P. A. Blmpkln. of the Gallup Congregational church, rs ponded In a happy manner. The address "Soul Saving," delivered by Kev. Drue Kinney, pastor of the Albuquerque DptUt church, doubtless caused om of those present to won der If the modern church had not Widely departed from Apaitollc cue torn And tcAchlng In reaching out for ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 5 January 1901

OFFIIlflES! Gov. Otero Issues New Year Pardons, Public Instructor do Baca Against Football. Land Office Transactions Largoly on tho Increase IMPORTANT TRANSCRIPT FORWARDED. T13WIITOIUA1. KU.NOfl, Terrltorla Treasurer J. H. Vaughn received from Territorial Secretary a. II. Wallace i,o7a Incorporate feet paid during thf past quarter. Treasurer Vaughn alto received from A. At. Sergei. v)rk of tno firt Judl dal district. MH.W, tee for the last quarter of 1K0, A HOM129THAU CONTBUT. In the federal land omee at Bunta Kb tho .lomeatead oonteat of W. C. Fm Jccr v. D, J. Hannon eame up for a h wiring. Th contested homestead It located In Oolfax county. cuxsoa in marrmop olbiucs OFFICE. O. I nice, until Monday astlstant to DUtrlct Clerk (A. it. Dergere at the SantA FV court houc, hM severed h t connection with toe dl.trlot clerk' of flee. Ills 8UCceeor ha not yvt been appointed. miuaxTicrx vuxm wi Indians John 15. Harper, of Duranga, Colo., superintendent of Irrigation for '.he In clan. U In S...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 January 1901

Mtmlv I fit VOLUME 10. 02 COUNCIL MEETING, Viaduct Bond Ordinance Passed' Llccnso for "Musical" Sa loons to Bo Raised. INTERESTING REPORTS SUBMITTED. The tity eeuneil met lau night, all nijmU5M and the mayor being present. Thi) injnuie at the previous meet InK wtSri read and approved. The finante eoinmltlce retried fnv rib spn the following bldi, and Ihe nfcfk w Iruitruetcd to draw war rinti Mr the renpeotlve ameuntit J. fM Medre j. itorber & Co n.w OlBliPlng At Vorhe J6.TS J. UT. 8)Jin?brRer (2 bIHi)... le.OQ 4jc IilaritKam iMent & Supply Co.. mu n A. J. AlbMy 1J. J. IlMt Aft Jf..)imhr & Os, WtiUiif? inpaw flffB flrMflry On rt. J. PH & Co 1.0 1.10 .TC .71 .TO .46 Pter l'areeill. the ihoe maker ami eipalMr an North Third ilreet. want tke otty annull hU Ue or reduae the MriM of hWi tpiit. beeauta hit bul nte hm l4on Inti-rferred with, the ewnatt mtalnic the eldewulk In (runt or 8 til tUiv from former grade. The erfiineStht of Air. I'areti.i w referred te the bulMInK e...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 January 1901

q HUGIIKfl & McOitKltillT. rtuiMrtiiKiifl WHWHIIT10N IUTBB. fySlLgy- ... 55j The tax d dp), m In need of clone matching in this territory T)m Uermen have not ooiercd themselves with ory in the ohl (irar. Ther ere rawer of WO.OOO for the hMtMpera of the Oudahy lxy nt Omaha. I" 11 coord of I.w, Wvns ha been iiwurdwl the pwMb) printing of Ban Miguel county. ther. Thon of OitonMio I h Iotib wiMted etttobil. JIM nwMNjre to tlie legulejture contained M.000 wcrdt. With in lenglieh htmHng gn gun a defend Cap Town, Ot doesn't ap pear that toe Boer r l ovr by n I mut majority. Th rHk and Bit of the democratic jmrty dStw Hal HSn la be losing any breath In llf tut I grasp at the h( geMiene rMmt nwd by Orvr Clever wl. Th inorau of nearly one hundred million Mmi im the MUantti bank ol tout lien during tJic past ytMr t but nix more among ih many evldeneta f prosperity. The eopvrtU.fOdent of frObool of New Mexico MM devoted hlluae'f 18 HMtHYtlHT footha.ll sUtttttln tlltt Ilt 3r. Thl apparently ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 January 1901

AMlUQUKIlQUK, - JAN 12, 101 COCHITI PARAGRAPHS, Twentieth Century Ball at Bland Heavy Snow. BLAND PERSONAL NOTES, Krmn tli Wand Herald Ie? Forest h returned from a trip to Albuquerque. Ho will lo Joined here In u tovr day. by hJ family. Mr. Win. French nnd ohlltl have re turned from AtnuUmuo "here they rttled for several week paat. J teste J. Clement hn be n tendered & potHlen In the Kone Htar mlna by Ute Knvoho Cold Mining eomp.iny. Frank and All Barnh Myer have returned to Albuquerque, after a very enjoyable vacation with their parents hOTVk Mert Wngnr nnd family have mov ed from Albemarle 10 Thornton, wttwro thoy will occupy Uio coty dwelling of Oil. J. t,. Merri. John llondrlkon haa gono to Cali fornia for a few month visit, and upon hU return he will r-efilr the employ ef W. I Trimble A Co. MIm Mae Sobben and brother, Wil bur, ro-enlered upon their atudle in Die Iifl( Van Vega school 'hit week after a ton day vacation with their parents In Mend. J. D. May wn among the pMK' ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 January 1901

HUffHW ,t MccnKiniiT. niDMBiiHiiH H WeMIITION IUTH. mi, wmi act rM ( e.ov 00 OF LODGE INTEREST. Kntglits and Ladles or tho Macca bros Cloot Oflkors -Woman's Relict Corps and G, A. R. MYOTIC SHRINE INSTALLATION. Tb Kalf big Mi Ladle of tit Mao OftteMH bad a eoawnanUna jaiblbj io awhrMmi of otBcers last night to whkdi n large number of the friend of boUi Jogpes were invited. Odd Fallows' ImII vm well AIM ami tho present viMlehed the luatalttnf oeremontea wltb n(MM. The oArwiv af Alamo Hire I 0. T. X. wro lantfillod by Ml Alt I4M, the toUwHAf Indie bav in f been chose to till tits eoag, - l Utul- kllllou past comiuoodor -Mr. Mary Rog- Off Lit utcnmii 'uonndr-Mr. Mary illoina. rtiford kfpHT Mrs. Mlna Ooraoa. h i tuit k i m r Mrs. Alb Lewla, t )Hi' mi Mr Drury. H t-." mi Mm. Mm Fanner. Mi.t !.. iii arm- airs. IBmnta Whit- Man hviitm. i Mm. A own L. Orey. fifk. i Mm Catherine Munon. C. A. Hawks waa the iitetMllioir of fMT tor the Knight nod Inducted Into tb4Y MMMctlv onu,r9 nil that wm ii...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 January 1901

xtnm EST. VOLUME 10. ti!'!!!' Him M.iWMMMii KILLING IN SILVER CITY, Hilarto Garcia Shot Down by a Con stable' THF. OFFICER EXONERATED. lAnother killing n silver City, thrc ond tine the ilrst of th year, and th fourth In Oram county In Jen Uun a month, occurred early yeaterday mora. in, aay .th silver City Idpndnt. Th vletltn wu a man named Hltarlo 01x4. He was shot by Constable Joe 'Mon tr, Jr., and died within a fw motxunt. Nevtor Moral, a byatmjer. wu hit In th leg by th bullet, after It pasted through til ftody of Oarcla, and quite seriously wounded. According to th testimony riven be for th coroner' Jury, th killing wa entirely Juetlflabl. The tragedy took place about nre minutes after o'clock yesterday morn ing on touth Uullaty atrt. almost lm. mediately In front of th piac known a tht ited Onlan aaloon, and occurring a It did on the mornlrj of preelnct election, at which Mr. Monies wa candidal for rwcleotlon, orvated niuoh excitement and comment. In the iiloon. Oarcla, Morale ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 January 1901

Kl)yi ALHUQUKI.QUH, JAN. IP, V1 Tii next code t from Oili territory o tho We I J"olnt military academy rill bo provided with shooUng Iront tu Una eft the baser. Qiy the Mid of the year 1MI a Ilrlttsh Jhtoirw telegraph will b completed from Vancouver, In CktJa, to Am troll, at a cost of IM76.000. Tho mayor of Denver wilt edit (h (Daily Tunc on Sunday, Jan. 20. The people hep lie will explain why b el low the toughs to run Out city. Oh of the wia eaylngs of th 1st J I). Armour was: "Moat men t ilk too tnoeh. Sluoh of my tJUceeai hot bora due' to keeping any mouth shut ' CMeago U a Mr. overgrown country town. The saloon Wiore oloae at mid night No eelfretpotlng Nw Mexican twould atop over night in amah How HW- . 4 .. -a. "" " 11 ' Nun Mexico game laws should vent th wholesale slaughter now en gaged la and prohibit by lino and Im prtfonwunt the eleatruetlon of latest devouring and sons Unit, It 1 nimoat certain that the next Ice lslature -will pa a law prohibiting gambling on the flnit ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 January 1901

, Wirt '!! UUtp . i ! 1 1 1 0 I nUQIlKS & McGnKIOtlT, Pun usiliss HUitacnimoN tuTta .9 e.oo .. 1.00 CERRILLOS AND MADRID, Marriage of Hank Flshor-Goorgo Green's Now Baby. INTERESTING MADRID NOTES, Fiom Oent'lo Krglttf r, 0BIUULL08. Xa grippe la holding full twny In CcT rluo these day. tUrs. II, J. Dague, of the Ortli mln, is visiting lir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Msndrieka, for a fw days ttili week. a J3. -Nesl. brother of H. A. Nl. Is xpeotl to rrlvo from Omnd Junc tion. Cola, In A few days, and will mk Ms future home in Cerrtltos, Attorney N. 8. Ro returned from Santa IV, where he waa adtnllUU to practice Jn the couru of New Mexico. Zlew Hodgson report a very intuiwt Ing meeting at Madrid last night. One person mad a stand for Christ, while several other exhibit! much trading. To Mr. and Mr, aeorge W Green, last Monday, a bounding baby boy was born, who tip the beam at 10 pound. Mother ana child are doing nlxly and tit" doctor hu faint hupnt that with oarvful nursing the fat...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 January 1901

miOIIBS ft McCnRinilT. toMiMKM feUIiflCniPTIO.y 1UTB9. ... e.oo .... 8.00 ALONG THE WEST, Interesting Notes From Gallup, Hoi' brook and Williams. ABBREVIATED LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. OALLUI'. From the Itepubllcas, 0aw Howl. superintendent of Pie Thatcher mine, ha gvna wvtt for a few ltye on buslnew. Mr. and Mr. Cade fMvy Jtnl daugh ter have bean visiting relatives bete (or th past work. A Mexican was arreattl at Q I boon on Monday for thrratnlrig a equaw with t knife. flhrlft Btnith rav him tw haunt to leave tht county. Tho Morris brother returned from llmttl. ind , u Bitnday nwmtax fcMt. They had been oilier ut y Uis GeAth of their father There, are no vaoaiit haute In Oallup. Tlw few that are vacant have bawn rented to th rnlnr who oMtia n front tlio mtnet. 1'ml iVriraff. deputy United mates marshal, m out on Wdmday to look after a. kiln of brisk In whteh be la interested. Two brakeinen on the flrtt ilivlatoD )oat their Jot on account of aa-nding pnrseate of china dolls to a cwupUr ot Ha...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 January 1901

xtwn VOLUME 10. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1901. NUMBER 1, THE LEGISLATURE The thirty-fourth assembly of the legislature of New Mexico was urban ized at noon yesterday At Banta Kc. Seldom, If over, hit thla notable event been attended with more harmony, en thusiasm and nbioluto conndenea In the good work to be looked after during; the coming ilxty daya, kong before 4he oppolnlcd hour for business the beauti ful mi Capitol's corridors were filled with an expectant concourie of people. Many strange facet wore seen, and vis itors were present from every quarter of the territory. When the chamber of the council and hall of representative! were opened the crowd sought plsee of vantage In the gallorltt and lobbies until all tata iwer taken and stand Ins; room waa scant. The member leot nere on hand beforo 11 o'olook. and, following the custom, had had a conference among UientMlves and se lected their respective teatt. Piomptly t the clock In the council clmmWr marked f...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 January 1901

ALllUQl'XItQUK, JAN. 20, 181 The legu uur trill convene nxt Woodsy mi 1 in peop e hop that only 3d iegii'ion will to anaoted K.". Ji Hon h wV Hut-vert, rhatrman of the Urillona if.uMlin .cnlral commit tee, will tped tome time at Hinu r luring th letslon of Die legislature. 21 will do good work for Albuquerque. Th At-hlion, Topeka A Santa Ft railroad paid f?,000 taxes In Han ill nui county In IfwO. Thy took advan tage of tlia flvo par cant discount for ". last halt ami patd their laxti In Th a affevi of good roaila upon any lotintry district I almost to t com lred with a good circulation of th blood upon the Mi or and hrtint of the human body. It la all-ptrvadlng; )t It fait every day and "Vary hour. fjjn-! 1 ; The Duke of Abruxal twna to have abandons tba prepoied trip to tha North Tola in company -with Naneen. t"t he la arranging ftouth Polar ax jxMitlon for 1V0J. Tba vaaaal to carry tba expedition wlH bt built In Italy on th Duke a plana. the whole hitter of ASntrlean pall Va baa ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 January 1901

IMgattaHttMUtsatM 3 nuanKs mcciikiout. rvBumsnn auDscmrTtoN jutba. DOWN 10 BUSINESS, Bland Board ol Trado Working In Right Direction, 1 1ST YOUR PROPERTIES. Prom the llland Herald. There wit a fair tlxed gathering ot representative eltlsen At tho meeting of the board of trade In the building next to the lixehange hotel tail Tues day evening. All officers w;re prettnt except Corresponding Secretary Ad II, Wpcoff, who wa attik with la grippe at his home In South DUnd. a great deal of Intereit waa manifested by those present and a. considerable amount ot new business waa trantacted. Mlnutea of the prevloua meeting were read and after making a few minor Al terations were approved. It waa decided to remit the flnea of all absentee of the apodal meeting on the evening of January S. The commute on mlnea and Inform Atlon were authorised, to purehaie the needed supplies, for hlr office, and directed to extend Invitations to all mine and prospect owners to list their propertle with this commi...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 January 1901

II III', 1 " X i B I, T5 MU0HK8 As MCOKKMHT. PCDMSllKlta HUH9CllltTI0N turn. IHllr Cltlien, Mr yer 6,00 Weekly, s.oo MINERS ENTERTAIN, They Gayo a Creditable P&rform 2 anco at Gallup. SECURED FUNDS FOR THE STRIKE. Hrnxial Correspondence. . Gallup., N. hl Jan. SJ.I Mnd you the itrvgram nnd a short account of an entertainment given at the opera hour on the evening or the linn, which waa by far the heat Ihlnr of th kind ever lire.inied In the town by IocaI talent nna fully co.ua! to many given by pro. foHlotmla of long UnUng. The affair was Rotten up by the minora of Gallup u ralae money In mm of need during (he pen-Una; atrlke. They were very nuorauruU netting IIW. The event de. am-ea upeelal mention, as well for 1U real merit a for 1U bearing m marked n. 'IgnlfloAnee of the Mate of tfalr In OaHup at the prcetMit time The affair was arranged, the program for the Mage made up and carried out Atth but three rehearta) In our day time of prep" rattan, and with but two exceptions, enti...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 February 1901

u VOLUME 10. THE LEGISLATURE T)n council met at the usual hour yesterday tnorntnit. Th liouie met at 3 yesterday afternoon. In the council IMr. JUurns presented two petition Jrom the olllxcni of Pnrmlnffton, San Juan county, which were received and referred. Ono aaka for the passage of An act authorising town of less than ICO Inhabitant to Incorporate upon the aanetlon of a majority of lta vot ing imputation. The other petition that publlo eohool director be elect ed to serve three year. Air. Hughes presented a petition from the New .Mexico Educational as sociation. A committee havinir the aubjeet In charge reported that Hon. Jamea fielder, of CJrant county, had been e Seated to deliver the addreae at the John Marshall celebration on behalf of the eounoll. New bills were tntrodueed aa foHowe. Counell bill No. 3. by Mr. Bpringer, to amend certain provisions of the pub ,KI""" """u " """.lower than 60 per cent of the total . ., . ... V. ... , ,, . . V.UUHVU miii w. jn, uj mv. v-runs" ....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 February 1901

-552iS225SS2E?JSEr5f,IS!!5??? AU1UQUKHQUK, FFll 2, mi Governor Otero ha appointed 13 J Toung, of Red River. Tact count And Joseph Hall f Lincoln. Lincoln a iy, riolari putH. A deer bat been discovered in the a'hlllpplnet that lurk like a dog but if Mr. Pottlgraw stays on this tide and xerlse ordinary erv it won t bite Mm. 01 r. Lease, of the great slate of Kn mi, has withdrawn hrr cult for divorce from Mr. Lease, and some poplo are tjgiy enough to hint that she ho don It (or spile. J. It. Vaughn, territorial treasurer, yesterday reetved from 8eeun- tllnu Romero, clerk of the Fourth Judic ial district, fret received for the quar. Her ceding December 31, MOO. The lreM association of ArUona held Itt eleventh annual meeting at Phoenix un Monday, and Adopted resolutions on tii death of one of lu members, Ddltor A. P. rJhewman. A legislative commit, tee was alee appolted. There l ih probability that the old lahlenol, antique hatchet with which Meorgtt Washington mutilated the pet cherry t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 February 1901

I FJ 11U0IIK8 As UcORKlOtlT, PtroLtBrlKM BUieJCIHPTIQrt fUTKd. p.lClUten.t.yMr o.ooJcr! M. Mwe, Commander; Lev- Weekly. " r " . a.oo crelt Clarke, Adjutant. PROPOSITION TO PEOPLE, Santa Fo, Albuquerque & Pacific Railroad Company, WILL BE CONSIDERED TO-NIGHT, The preposition of the Santa Ft, At- bLquerque & Patina railroad company, whlth was referred a- reetnt meet- l,or, II0W rnmm, aim wi ere. v is a. , ....... . . . to understood, other rslatlves are liv ing of tho directors euid membtre of )flfr The ,iwy,flMH 0ime t0 Nw Mexl tho Comtnerelal club to n ieelal com-1 on five yeur ngo; worked In tho New iiiii i. h.r i.rinKs.1 in full. .n.i .1 I Mexican olllcc rtl Santa Fe for two meeting of the club this evening the committee will make It report on the proposition. The proportion to tho peo ple of Albuquerque reads aa follows: January, 17, 1900. To the Conuncrelal Club, Albuquerque, .V. M. Gentlemen The Hauta Ft, Albuquer. que St Paaino railway company, has been Incorporated fo...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 2 February 1901

A UIJGUKS X McOHKiailT. l'OBMeiuns HUIlSCnUTIO.S IUTIS. 2ltli. itt vear. ... 0.00 ... a.oo t'OUNII CKAU. An Old Woman. Addlited In llre.lli This morulRg. about to llrlnk, Cold o'clock, J. Vhimoiic, who keeps ci store anil aloon in lh tianohex building, on B-suth Sec ond street, while opening tils plaice of (business, happened to go out ot a. side door, opening on n empty lot. when bo discovered n woman, fully drecl, half cstllng and oreuohing against Uio nlile of the bulkllng. He went up and nook heW of her arm, but found that he was Miff nod cold In dcAttl. Mr Zanono at onto sent word down town, nnd Oonntablo J. II. ftmlth Immediate ly repaired to the scene. The body ws found to be that of one Mrs. Kiena cHisltllo. n native, about fO years of age. rehe had lived here for . lone; Ume. rUie oeeuplcd a room In the building ugnlnet whleh her body wo found, rentlnir from Mrs. Banehss. The body was taken to Bdwartbv undertaking rooms and Justice Kibble at once 1m panelksl n Jury to hold ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 February 1901

jtffJ J r i VOLUME 10. THE LEGISLATURE Tho eounoil mJ house of th thirty fourth legislative aaacmbly reconvened iMt 10 o'clock yesterday morning, After the opening Prcllmlnarlo. ir lughe presented council Joint memo lal No. J. formallr extending nn ur- Kent Invitation to Prealdnnl Mnlfln. ley to pay a vlilt to the principal cities j now .Mexico on the ownslon of lit JrMt to tho wet In (May noxt. Jt wu nanimousiy adopted. Committee report being In order. .council bill No. 0 wan reported with onto amendment and duly pawed. It Is Mr. Illnkle'a VcM oomorahen. lvo measure which utilise tim inn.i uonatca by oongrcM In aid of the New Mexico military tchool at Ketwcll ac ft iKitlc for the Msunncc of IK.000 in bond for the construction of new building for that Institution. Council bill (No. 3t. 'Mr. Martin- Mil. relating to dcllnouent tax mIm.' wo nlso favorably reported and passed. Council bill No II, with amendment, an net to rwiteml loottoa M, scenton law of im. wag reported and clvtn n p...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 9 February 1901

w of inieiasl la j 1 ! retHwed. New M T-iierv ! railroad station in the t uu. i hi .to, Mexlee nad Canada ir eoairavy ti. territory it k.i.K :ar ta Met ef tt Miners" Tlx outlxask M eaeetlem tor tb aop tie tx-Mr law retatlnc to the ter fttWrlai puVi ! . Tv,.f i i; v.iinwt Mm coendl wh inii . . tivia ntwMTHlD at) tfot down to nua ... oiapoetaH' of many WHa. 1 1..- rtk.u in the fHiWIea iioii t .,itij,n tact tlm peep ai net MS.:hit t lietr JWt lnll lo the MMMt mm j.oaaiMy ftrittam by Mr. Pettl Kr - ..'jbu m.'1'i iii Tun n huaoVvd fdtsvs hove btoti vtm iits: to do moUv work in New Vek ii;, ott UK- ut eld. Meat Ilk ly n iim uM tmtery tU 'It tat" 1MH e catch n ttw' ivftatomr adtoweiud rc4eeilr alt jki .ridy. The member of several iaH"i tent committee rewntned in San ta r. oroi . r i in . xv.' b nd rv worMttK en lh mm . l, ' u th :r .are I t;j fir. i in I.- g. ..- w II have lu.u toelr po nme.it 1j ae i. in America . i ,i t.r In r io.Ui ii n China ;i I urg th li . rK e:B of Jen- Ihi r t . Jm...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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