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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 29 March 1902

0 l RATON Interesting From the Social Notes Gnto City. Spc lal (' n i uponib nee. Hilton, X. M.. March IH .-- Mrs. 13. L. lllllllllllll. of I.IIK Vegas, In tisltltlg bote as tli' must or Mrs. Vim llouton. Mir. Ilnmblln Is tery ioiiiliir In Hilton anil li- r iiuin friends lire phinnliig much onti ttaiuliiK in her honor. ( curl Ik hi session anil Chlnr justice . .Inii'M' llaii( tin nominee fir tunyor. was not ,11 1 si i,t :ii tin (oii.i ntioii. hut ,is noiilW'l ul ln: iioiniuatlon by a committee cnt out I tho chulrinnn III ncrohlpiihlt-il the committee to tilt' hall am! being Introduced hy I). .1. I.i'iiliy i ami' to the platfot tn ami made tin aiiii'Ht talk on thi' municipal slluu t ton. which In of general local Interest. He ho Id a sternly hand ami root Judg- IN THE SPRING V1.' n you nntt that ln--l foil ng mil are m-rtoiis ami -h -plest. ih a l.' Kill 1 1 III f tO tlll.0 II fott lloHi'H of Hos- Kttirs Stomal h llitt'-r- It ik an li'i ul Gpring mcillcinc ami blood purl flcr, and wi...

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. — 29 March 1902

Territorial TopiCxS GRAFTON. From It II Imiih .i,i hi. fhix iln.i ha had :. i ni-'re dented Hp. I of i ii l windy w ntle r The New Hra ct am pump ari l h lt ijm Inland waa taken to tbc mint- up T county Id full of horns buyers. Bom buying for war purposes, some far Cuba and sowo tor Colorado "ftci. Blandford. fun at ranger, nays Haaa can now grmav on the reserve MiMH Auaju-o: 31. It would accm that tta raaarve was a rarer, provided that tcftttttntlon was created to protect the feWMlwatera of Ute (llu. All stuck attOUtd be kept off HHil let tin- grass riW and create n mat on the surface the soil to fiathrr and to hold molt Wire. A It !b now the reserve Is well took i'i and the ihi ran finish whnt the cattle leave. It Is reported that h number of outlnwa have liepn atop pine in the vicinity of the hot spring. AM oHielal of the Olla river forect ; reaerve has been fully Initiated and Is no longer a tenderfoot. A few l-ys tip. It la aald, that the offlc'al had o onaton to . to the Adob ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 29 March 1902

ARIZONA TOWNS ST. JOHNS. I' r in ii snip ' Till II I K at1' llic glutei I (' t i ll, '' .11 st :l inrsi dn ' ii ii t l"i tin i v I'liMoli of rru i i It. I i nti.iinK wouid lir a good t Ii I ii k for lb' f ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Some people huvc no n f pity. however, when It ' im i i i n i. terms dumb animal. I'i f .-t (1 hbmn has returned fn in v , 'i,. iiis school having closed la I wnu Mr Olbboiis Ik the proinls itu . ii iif Supervisor (Uhhntis mill guv i' i p. nple (if tlif mountain city a .'(' I i Imol I ,1 H Porter. Win. Campbell t'.. ti "l'o IIKIH. Of SIlUW I.I1W, WW Hi " rlty attending tu liusluesB. .Mr. n . Just returned from Phoenix ii'i I lit report everything on a liooni in .n there lie anya slioop ought to f.itt. a n the range tliori'. 'I In il.nim Wool finwirn' naaocla t' ai Iwni rocc' veil orders tint to enter tli ( "i r icitvpi until their permit 1 a. n received Till In m linnl I e f- "TV'!- wntlmnli. who i i .null mi the Inside of the If i i.i ! wlin In not it m...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 29 March 1902

PALACES OF CAESARS j By W. E.CURTIS, T the gnat mnjoritj nf p' oplc tin most Interesting spots in Hmiit ure St. IN tern i-nlhcdr'U. thr CdIihi inn Hint tin- Palatine Hill. Hint seep., nf imp rlnl splendor which Ih more clomdy identltled with tlx- liven nf the '! Ih iiiutiH wo hnve rond so much alioiit. than nny pnrt nf thi' city Their niiiKiil iloont hut rntnfortlosH pnhires stood Hlor. and the) seem nearer anil inori' I (Jill (0 HR When We visit thelil 111 tllelr homes, touch the wall which sheltered tlioin, Hinl trend the Mourn Hint were prdftiod I iv their golden sandal I mod to thlnlt Hint Hlclinrd Ciiior do l.ttflti was merely ii chnrurtcr In IlGtltw, until I mw hlui In nrinor. linn- died IiIb Hword mid reml hi unto graph., and that Alfred the Orel was ft mythological Idea until I went to WiiiAheater where he l'ved There nre" .Mela v.. enoa. a, ,1 always more or leaa vaxiienoaa and tmcettaltity In the mind ahout the ho rnoa of Uic ancient hlitory. until you run them down, an It...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 29 March 1902

Failroad Topics I'r. t itret i lid if tli 'ml iiunuo 1(1(111' t I lllil'H ilu ( li l I' Tin i k Parn , a in.lroadtr of l.iM Ve ih here (if .1 visit to fnt ikIh. Switch cnglm No. L' 1 7 S I mil tif the Hllla IHl I l!. lluW 1'Olld.V for liUsllloSH. Hi ne t Tiisclu-r. n machinist at the lot al hepK. quit yesterday, and will i t turn to Topohn. I'ii w iiRir train No. 11 from the wimt oiieounte red hoaxy hiidw mit on the (II nl' tin mrnlng. 1 Harry Snwler. who recently resigned his position an a iiinohlnlBt In tho local hIioi'M will go l Topohn In a few dayH. Tin new t it rl( at the rKlHtrutl(n dcsl, al tin' local shops Is Hiram Adulr, who "i cutty arrived hero from Ohl uuo i Tin inw Santa Fe machine shops at Topeka. now under construction, will h' ili- lvrgtst In the west when com plctcel I U II. Phillips will leave tonight fori link' rhiW Id. i al.. whore ho will again enter He s i s Ice of the Santa Fo com pany 1 t) I'utt ciHdi!, division muster me-1 i hint' wn- heie yesterday, leavin...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 29 March 1902

Gallup, Cerrillos and Bland ram GALLUP. 1'rom I In H. piii. nn .liidae V. A Welsh luir- pun hn. -I the rttaidemc of Walter Dampbell. Ite aianim. the wall known ton ax1al artist from Albuquerque, is ho'rt I at down a hair inarms nirlxr shop T. C. IH-Mhon having i omtktnl his OMUract on I ho c ounty jail cells, had file work received by tu commission ta on Thursday. Mam Neiistadt. a well-known torn njaicKil nun from Albuquerque, visited ihrt Dwiancc thin week and alao spent n couple days in (Jallup Deputy t! iiltod States Marshal Mr ICoastean came out from Albuquerque on wMucarlay with subpoenas tor wit HHci on the Raca murder cnse, which it Mt for Mtm h 21. trvvr I'nlil, of All.iiniMtmu wm this week surveying oil lands sl.out tear mites west of bare for H. n. Iter- tR. who la representing a numlier of Albuauerqur cauitnllata. ! J. H. Hunt, aged S7. grandfather of Meadaraes P) 1. Watklns nnd F. W. lae. died this week at t'tmnrron. N M Of Old Age. lie was one of the wheel j tones of th...

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. — 5 April 1902

VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1902. NUMBER 21 ! M MIM ' ! 1 II SIM TTTrMI i - I I New Mexico Normal University g I'AUT AND WW HI:. I Hy nn act of tin- toritorlal I M-liitnic if 1 S ii . He Xi Mcxb o N' u n;.i i,,,oi lit I .ih Vegas was ci'-nl'( Tin- pro m Ih if the hm i ml tn Ii ed ai lliat t 111 f i" . ore el nil .if !.. Iiuil'llllg V 1 ii .1 billion of $)u nun uppropi f i Ii lln 1 gl"iaturc of Ibur.. anil the tin r $1:1700 advanced by the clti . I. if la-. Vegas In ISl8. wore up-' pi i i Hi. i rectioti and equipment of, tin )i. ,i,,i iful sandstone building now i i in. I i the (limit. The building ' i ' Rommiesuue style (if amltl i i It 'h Minuted on an eiHlneuee .! tli c liter of the city of l.n Yegfik. a r acw front all .iinxttoim. r b prrten saiiltnry ' iiti '-i- it is h i.ted by huhiii, Hr 'utty .iKiiteil and ventilated, furnish I with ilectrlc lights and supnlled ni'in 1 1 it 1 11 water. On t)i t.iber I. 1RH7. the organl7.ntlon t.i tin Hiht tutbni wan ...

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. — 5 April 1902

Ibuqurrquc lUu'rlilij Chinni lll'OMKi UulthluUr. li W.iMtHih rtlJUHCIHITIOK lUTKh. IKT CtU'en. p-t year., W&tMy. see Count to .NVyr idaslco and help In I hi' ' iHrtMiftg of n future ureal state. " i JvMldr- tinker can be depended upon In iwurt' honest elections In thin city mill eouniy llvOovernor I. Hradford Prince- In In Washington helping ti semtj state? liund for the territory. Iflurw labon-m to the number of i.Vt. , 0D iiw on strike In ..aiy this Is one limn of Industry that has nut become 1 fhiMMr with the strike. IMMhLy two sailing vessels are car iiyltiC eight million bushels of Oregon wlmit to iCngiand. This is only one ItHslelental Item of the vaatueaa of the iKcilc coast n attic. It la said that no public man in so ' t)serally popular with newspaper men , im Msnatur Ha una Pcthaps that la be i iKaMSe tie know and appreciate their ; wnrti, ac few men do. j AH the business signs point to a on tliHtfttlon of good times. Railroad earn . liMP, bank dealings, the distributi...

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. — 5 April 1902

Notes from Correspondents HATON, Sp i.tl ('"rP'-ioiiit n e Hat hi N M , Man It lis The pious mi' Ikiiih of Mr nnd Mrs. Simon Coin. n i tin mciic nf a very pleasant putty, 'Mm ii fur Mix. Hnmhlin .unl Chief Jus t ( M lis. iinilsthiy night, the 1 1 1 1 in t Whist was played at lour tables, till I . .ll.llltH. Ii-Hllth till' gllt'HtS of honor In ing Mr. ami Mih. Van lloiilon, M. an I Mrs. Meuilclsnu. Mi. anil Mrs. Il i' 'nig Mr. anil Mr. A. II. ( Mirer, Mr an I Mrs Shuler, Mm. Leahy, ami Mi is Wrlgloy. St n. teher anil (tart in r Palatable refreshments worn -ii. i.l nft'T (lie annif. When the ion . were roiintiMl, It wna foiinil ti n' Mrs llamlilln was highest of the In. 'ii anil received a pretty rut glass ill Ii a- a prUe. Mrs. Mendolaon being not liii'li vus given a ilulnty cliltin rtip and wuirer. Mr. HotnHlierg won a I tin t ! t n ebony I'lotli brush, his score wu- . . ni'Ui'.nblr, being nearly llfty In tw n' . fmir hands. Mr. anil Mm. Colin iil 1 entertainers ami thin time 1' i l...

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 April 1902

t Gallup, Cerrillos and Bland GALLUP. From tin U i:l Ik ati Mrs It I. MiiImm - Kin i l -nftoi noon ii a to it numix-i uf inili' h. r tricilrlx. "II tli" L'IkI Inst. A p.-tritie'l I r ni' iiyiii iim furls ln fOel In length and two uii'l n half this Win found last week m-m the Weaver iilliiu. Ou account of ill health Miss Blanche ifvrtkolUn,. ha reslaned her position nft oeshler at the Colorado Supply earn- lhinjr Aim. Theodora Mtux-well. hw daufii tr. litmus, 'net Arthur Maxwell, left fpr jUrysvllh. Cal. Arthur will re nfNlM a month .1. T. Kenler. general manager of the (JMorado Fuel ft Iron company, arrived fiWSMi couple of day ago. The Catalpa dMm). which wm closed down on the ltta of last month, will dp reopened haunodlaioly. T. .1. McAllister will be tdOMd In charge of the store. M Brown, although h dyed-ln-tho-vTOtti Missouri desnocral. is not a hack , iMUfther liy any means. Me wants the, fionl and town hoards and thr c-lu JjUts itenerally to take up the mailer of : Arbor day a...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 5 April 1902

( Territorial LAS VEGAS. From the Kccoid Mibh Hexslo nyil. who ha been til lied miffi ring from tin Injured foot, wn alii to lie tip toiiiiy. Thin Is mi Important telegram nn iinuming a death at the railway ticket ollli i for Mix. .1. (5. Knowlton. There Ih going to lie some hoy killed, or luiiily Injured, down In the Konth pail of town. If the warfare between the American boy and .Vo.xleuus iIoch not i,top The hoys use sling anil big rot k and hno a Imttle over the rail road truck almost daily. Charh s and Howard Kiilm returned from their Hotithern trip. They corro hornte the repot I that the sheep are iiying fat. and that the drought Ih working considerable hardship In tin' (onntry Howard Kohn returned tills afti rnoon to Denver. The west side lire company hehl a Irlll tit Its h.'ill. The Itotnero hose hoyH tahi an Interest In their tiKtioelatlon anil kt p tip the drill, thereby making I ii r i"tnpuny clHch-iit and of iihi to I Ih t oiii tun tilt y. Their eomptiny In wiethy of emn...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 5 April 1902

SALAZAH DIAL), The Ghastly Wounds, Mtidc by a Dagger, End in His Death. THE BLOODY MURDERERS. Plucldo Suluanr. -ounttiMc of the litirelu precinct, who wns ciu-Vfil up by (i gang of tough early ycatcrdny mofllllltr. died frntti the (MTita of the womimIs m o'clock UiIb morning, anil tlltt men. now In the county Jnil and tlio one. .limn Armijo. who hue to fur often peri capture, nr.- now churned with tllu awful crime of murder. At Interval 14m night Siilnzur would nitty Horn I-1 semi-i tnctoii atnto niirt mntti 1 out some words about tho arinlr to those around dying had riltle. It It understood Hint Juki before life dosed in dmith. he- told lit wocplng wife and grlof-strh k n lifted lather ih sim 01 the attnek. whlrh wag about the anme an published In Til Cltlen yeeierday afternoon, and nemanl nil the prisoners art fitted and now In the county Jail, with .limn Ar nttjo, who Iim not been raptured, of Committing the assault that ended In Ilia death Snlsar was persuaded to lOhvo the dance...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 5 April 1902

I Railroad Topics Knglnct r Prank Sn'tl m taking ii n st for u fi w la Clcrniico Mi lfi. t ft it (int tin1 rail toiul .-.mice II, ,a.- tlii' nli;lit call lio . A (1 Marl in n llrciunii. linn returned to Knton Iroui a business trip to tli Indian 'IV i rlinry. .1 K. Saint, nf IIiIh city, secretary of the Simla Pe Central railway, an I veil in Santa I'V yesterday. lion V S. Hopewell rotiirnril to Saul .1 v from a business trip for the Simla I'V Central railway. .1 W Records, roiinil house foreman. wir on tin sick lint yesterday, lint re ported for duty t IiIh morning. Chinks OKI, who vlHlted I .oh An tilles, Iiiih rtitrni)d to IiIh duties iih niirHe at the local inllway tioHpltnl. Hngliio No. .'till Iiiih been taken to San Iternardliio, Cal., where It will he i omertoil into an oil bum. tig engine. 'I' .1 Helm, neiieriil agent of the Denver i lllo Crande. had returned to Santa IV after a business trip to thtH city .1 P McNally. the popular division mipi r'ntendeni with lieadipiaitcrM a...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 5 April 1902

SWEEPINGVICTORY Republicans Capture all Their Candidates Except Alder man in Second Ward. CHARLES F. MYERS ELECTED MAYOR. Harry P. Lee for Clerk, and L. H. Chamberlin for Treasurer, Snowed Their Opponents Un der Avalanche of Votes. READ OVER THE INTERESTING FIGURES. Tliu election in thia city yesterday resulted tn n complete swoop lor t lit: republicans with the ex ception of one fiimliiititv for alder man. Tho socialists mude the most no tlvy ward woikera ond succeeded in esvunly dividing the democratic vote Tho ww party did not draw tti any a j 1 1 roc I ft Id- extent from I ho republican party, m fnot. the heretofore .solid democratic majority In tin- Second tfard vti unlit in two, enabll'i'; tlip to Pliwlfenns to M-niie pluralities In that w'ttrd for all their ruudidatt s except Mr. Ilolman. for alderman. Tho repub lican party workers niadi' a special an'd hard fight to secure Mr. I loliunn s Oloeltou. but the est pocket republican vdt favored Mr M'Miven ttnd he was dloeted by a...

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. — 12 April 1902

w msr mr mm tauvj,&. -ssr' - jajw s?s?jfc av Iff tlNS VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1902. NUMBER 22 Territorial Topics SAN MARCIAL. From tin Hoe Dr C G Crulckshnnk visited Purujo to nth ml Mrs .limn Scdlllo. U W Hrown returned from Denver, when he hits spent several weeks ne gotiating for tlie Hale of horses to ttrlt It-li but rs Tho Iius.iichb of the Han Ma re I a I postoillt e for the llrst quarter of the pit st nt year exceeded that of the same p( riod for P.ml. This In proof positive (hat oiir business men are enjoying n good run of trade, and that the town Ik fot'Kli.r? ahead In commercial import oneo The Wlgwnni Hiiloon. conducted by Messrs Holm .t Story, haw changed hands The now linn Ih J II. Harry Co. There nro few people In this part of New Mexico who do not know .less Harry nml admit thai he Ih a pretty good fellow He hns a good under - tuudlng of the ll(iior business and we predict for hlin a liberal measure of success while in charge of the ...

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. — 12 April 1902

.lluhiiiTitic "U'rrklij (Jilhfil HUOIIKS .V VliTltKltlHT. I'liit.lHHKlts mJHKeilll'TION rUTft. t Cltln tf vmt fl (Ki II N IHirtng the mouth of Man u I be total (Hrfttftg- war f:i.li:t...tl. ilH enterprising town of Ro II will eaWabdsh n free public library. On April I I hi- total circulation of imtiowai hank notes aa f:it.i.47 On ring tlx- pnM nlm- months 8fi" vtata wen- hiiili in thi' I'ntU'A mate Tho United Static w II him-nd n-xt your otr e.ooejimu fur roam furtlnn ttnim. The Cltlaen la doing tu whole duty In hotptttg develop ,Vw Maxieo cuter tirliwa. Vke bent thing Silver City ran do to Inaiire prosirlty lo to bund a home ilinaltur. Tl'o public nchoo a of Nw Mexico will fhvoruhly compare w'th thoae of i.ny itnte tu the l nton. I.et'a got together nnd mnhe the ter rlttirlal fair the very heat exhibition. nvor hold In the weat. Smxl to IVxna New Mexico lint the luraoit tinmher of tjoHU of ntiv ittitv or tnrrltory In the Unltml SWitea". . - I'riwlilent P'nr. In n meceagp to the fCi...

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 April 1902

Mines and i. il ily iiriM iti it cm prndtuirs In tin San Junn listriit ol Colorado n- foiiind .111 cirv animation lor tin' puipon- of opposln tile Hiin,H,r tniHl. jiikI thai i.in only In- (loin- by itnlopond vnt Kiitiitlug works C llurltlnc. II A. True anil W. 11. Iliillaiil Huston gentlemen wild are largel) luti rested in I he Mine Dovol opuicnt imk latloii now operating In tho Hliuk Range, nirlvcil In Socinro anil lift in loiiipniiy with ('. 'I'. Htown fur u i-it to their lllnok Range prop- riles Tin Headlight MiyH: The Doming Sampling workM. having censed buying on an arrangement will be made by , whbh shipper of Hinall loin of heavv lead ire can stnr their ore in sinks at i the iineontrutlng mill until a car load eai. iif mini" up. ami, u leqiitring u. can r 'reive an advance on the value. A C Muller. of Tuna, bun struck It rich oiii iiiib from CIcucKUtlla. in Tutu count The Htrlke wiih made almut vlght inileH cant of llarraiica Htatlon, in the Denver .t Itio (iranile railroad. ...

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. — 12 April 1902

VETERANS HERE. Nineteenth Annual En campment in Session. Many Old Soldiers are in Attendance. Parade and Camp Fire Will be Held This Evening. Ol 0 SOLDIERS LIVING HERE. (From Thursday's Cltlaon. i Perfect weather greeted the iirnrnt lor the iiinutooiilh iiimunl vol ell- ('.'UlipillCIll Wlllcll OptlllOll HiIh morning anil will clout' tnnioirow. Tin' While Oaks tli li'-iitlon cniiie In after a thu-c tlltiB' till' oveiliiml. The repiutinent nf N w Mexico wan nrsamed at Santa Ke. July 11. l.vsst. Dtmnrtuicnt Commund"!- Mcl'le anil other department clllers are here. The tltltiKites and alternates are: .J. K Mcl'le, department cotninaniler, cioinpnny IC. Thlitleth llllnola Infantry. .1. W." litl win ili. Keillor ck'piwt nit nt ciniMfHiiiiif.r. t i 'iin nn-U r 11. K. Wnrrni pott, ccinpan. U. Foil P . nth Indiana. Col. .1. F'amo ("haven. J.mlor vice ileiuii ttn nt c inmanitti. F. P. Cue. t.n. psmnant ailjtitaut geimirul. nit I'-iiti'iiant. compuii) M. Sixth Iowa Inlnntiy. Jacob Woltiner. ar...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 April 1902

UNDER TWO FLAGS. William H. Norris Served the United States and France. SAW MAXAMILLI AN SHOT. A most leniuikuhle unit plrtuiosquo iiillltury i nrcei imiudlni; hard Horvlec and iniiny llghtH under the llugH of tin.1 I'nltod States anil Fnmeo, winning two medals for liravcry froiii tin em pire of Mexico and witnessing the oxo- tit Inn of Muxlinllllim. Ik that til Wil liam II Norris. a Snntn Fo engineer, wlio li vim at :ti'! Soutn llroadwuy. Mr. Norris' Wo story roads like a novoi. lie filtered Hervlt e In the civil war as a private In the Firm New Yorl volunteer Infantry from New York city on April 22. IM'.I. HIh llrst light was the battle of Hli; 7!ethel under General Ilutler mid IiIh second Unlit was when 1 the Merrlmae Htink the C'nmhorlanil and the Congress at Newport Newn. Mr NorrlH iliHt Iiu;iiIhImI hlmHclf at this faintniH light. When the Cumber, i land wuh Html, Lieutenant Murray Mid a part of the rew ran up the rigging, , which wns projecting ahovc the water. Mr NorrlH secur...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 April 1902

Notes from Correspondents ITEMS FROM DEMING. Col. Smith In New York John Cam' Scheme Loe.nl Notes. SiMtrtnl Correspondence Dentins;. Mirll I The spring seems to harp act In In earnest here at 1 i-tn ln. nnd It Ik a Joy to lire. Muds and lilOtfdiraiH iir- everywhere anil the hal my ltrpe hnve tinned down ho that no Mind Mows. Col. I' H Smith wrttoa from New York that he ha about completed o Mg tmuMictton in topper prnpeittea. tho dstalla of which we are an yet tin filih' tn sjlve It mav. however he aald thfil there i nn Independent smelter til the deal with h Is lmek"d by promlli out Iti'ladelphln and New York caplt allnta. and thlj should he Interesting now to the arloii mining cotnniunl tint around Homing. Mr. Irvine, mnnnaer of the Iteming opnrn house gave n home talent enter talnment Inat Wednesday evenlnir Whtoli wan well aitenilml anil well wftftii attendnnee Kvory thing went Off well an the crowded home enjoyed tho whole performance to the utmost. I'lila la to he followed nigh...

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