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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 April 1902

I Railroad Topics .1 K Oliv r anil Walter O'llnnt. llr son, chief t nglnoer of t ho Santa IV men, have unit thf sonlco of tlii' Snnta I nml I. mi II Drown cashier of the Hank (' W Mtrrllles recently appointed agent at Silver (' ty, li ft for that town IuhI night ('. II HiiMol tlit' tm'iitnnstur. who makes Ills In a lquarters at Las Vegas Ih in the metropolis today. Tin1 Hot k Is'niul announces regular mints tilting Its route from ICl I'aso to Chicago at only 5(1 cents. II II HnwUi-nno la the iiiune of a new employe at the local round house tttuh r Foreman .1. W. Kooords. Ni arly 2011.000 shingles were unltmd ei In the local yards yesterday, to lit used on the new freight uepot llrnketnitn Klmer lloyer. of Han Mar cini, nas gone to UKiaiionia ond mav neddo to engage In farming then I.. Fred Moo., of Louisville. Ky. late of Las Vegas will have charge of the new Alvarado hotel ns Its mnuu'gor, .lohn A Hoss. In charge of ermines tin UP La liinta AlliiKiiieniue division of tin Hanta IV. ...

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. — 12 April 1902

SEVERE MEASURES. An Incident of the Civil War in New Mexiro. OEbwRTIOiSS WERE STOPPED. In tile winter of 1S nml isr.:: there wir unrtcrpil m l.n Mtnllln Now Mqxlon, iih S.fiOo California troop. Ijoth Infantry nml cavalry. (Julie a iiiiniUfr rf desertions hail taken place nhfl tho commanding olllror. Col Wot. Inill got 1 1 roil of It. A private soldier by Hie ilium- of Clifford deserted ami Wns caught ami placed In arm A ijrkniit In company K by the name of Millar was In charge of the guard Some way the Irons were got off from Iho prUoner nml he got away Then tilt! conimamltnic officer placed Ser geant Miller In Irons In the gunrd house. Now, w.ien a nnti-etiinmlKmoii-id oft'eer rnnunil any inlndemennor III) should lie plnred iimler arrest In hfB quarter, but the commander .1,,,,,-V,. .Ilff.,...,.,. ,..,.1 1.. Miliar It! . ion... ...... .. ... ...... ... -ri ....... . ... IrmiB. Then Miller s co.npnn kli-kml right then ami there The I llrst rait, nilt was u. refuse to dil l utiles in...

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. — 19 April 1902

'fo-... VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1902. NUMBER 23 nun mrs mrs mm m hi -iiiakvt.. --s - - fA.i v;. iv. i, .1 m- mmi tarn j mm hm r hm 1 hm i mm i -w-jk wot f a . !,. j a v ai - .' II I - ' "-.,. ( New Mexico Towns LORDSQURG. Kni tin Liberal C M Mi rkcy who has been putting lu untile oil burners for Lordsburg r-ti'ant plnnls left for llcnson. Mrs Wright is in St Luke's hospl till lit Kl I'umi where the nctMissf ully t 11 -I t lit ti surgical operation, ami In 11 a Mfioriul to lie rnplilly recover Hit; Dr. w Windl'iint win in tho city with a bun' . "f hi'V 'iity five Hiiililli' hortps whli h lu- took cant. If ho llllp0!lB to tun airoh nil Kiigllsh horse buyer he wIP oil thrin if nut lie will take thcni tn his ra''.'ii In Colorado. Mr. Wind hum 'a rnther tlrcil (if the climate nt Colorado anil would like to in- back on tint river ni;ain Harmon I) Vrii:lit died at his home, about twenty tulles noith of Lords burg from an attark of piii'iimonla. Ho wns SI year...

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. — 19 April 1902

A. -.,..,. i AMtH.,iiU llllC iVfflUll Vllllnll UK. A V.tCRKKi' , 'i BI.WMliltH allMCMKTHI.V sUTK. Cwxta, per yrar .... to w H II 'lire people of Maud hope to get a rwllroftd this ymr. lyor-olect Chnrles P. Myers will tnfco charge ol city affairs this eve ittt The Odd Fellows will celebrate their Otfktythlrrt t.trt IitlMy mi the IStli Inst., fltid, M tucy hit nil rcmhI fellow, they rtn It right Iowa 'a twenty-ninth general nasem Wjr adjourns ufter i-riiKtlnii 225 new Uiwn ami making ll.7riO.iHHi appropria tions for extraordinary puriosea. 'lire republican party In this terrl tBi'y ! In good working order for tho fklf emnpfilgn Mr. Uodey will gut ulie it ,t majority at that election. S lltiwclsco bui one saloon far wery twouty-two adult members of It imiHtWOon. They must huvc to work QTortliue to keep some of the saloons going there. Te metric ynt"in has been adopted by M:s.:co. Ilrazll. Chile. Peru ami oth-j r South Amcticnu countries. With the. oxeeptlon of R.isslu and Great Itrltal...

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. — 19 April 1902

Bailroad Topics Tin DiiiWr K- Rio (Inutile bus let a cotttiait 1 ir fiit li. n, Ui s if i ouil in tlx (IniiiilNi'ii i tinti j Thr in s Hliitoi llaru house Ih iiii li wi anil a tin 1 . -1 1 -1 iittlliling than tin furiiii r .iiii is protniKt'il. Tin Santa IV has boon -?( 1 1 nr most (if llu f.d ii'iiiiii lit business oT trans pollution dl trnii)H lo l ho crust. Mn li I'd Harvey rami' In from Kami- City Iiihi night, ami with Mr. lliuuy oiitlnticil on wi'Ht to I.iih Am gl ll'H My ron Ilnrvoy. of tin- llarvoy outing lion. ii system. Ih to wed MIsh Helen Dili g.t of I'aHaili'iut. on Wednesday i m mug Tin Santa I'c settled with the fninl Ik if tlio three Indians who won: killed a frw days iiko up the road, for f'M cadi Thnimis V. Lewis, of tin. local rail way shops loft Inst night for Taconia, Aiish where In- will probably reside In tlx future. II S Nan Slyrh, who wan up north OI1 IllHItll'SS COIIIIOltOll with his duties in lm ti'iK agent, returned to HI I'a o S milay night. I i li Johnso...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 April 1902

Notes Jrom Correspondents M a id of e oitMiniptieii nnil eninc a ft w woe ka ago lit company with Uan. n in tin hope of ree-ove i utg health 1 1 r body was shipped uemiing o In i' lie In Fargo N "PORTALES CUT-OFf." DELEN Special ('iirri'Mpiiinli'11' i lb-leu. Ant 1 1 Tin jMiiai'Hf an I Owls pln il Hh ir tt enrol guni' s ! th. series last wiiliis in Hi" tiiiirtiutin lit . ntiil the Senators won out In th- eve iltrtg'ft ooatest by the following scores !IB HcV. MOVE TO SYRACUSE. Three Surveying Corps in the Field for the Santa Fe. iiiii ii ., tin- only by family StMttors 0. A. Dntloa A. DMler . . Jjflm flecker fffl Kmawr . Mte Zsh . Mi. ljsta- . IMS nsrtRHii Ut 132 til 11? tit HO 1S I 1 m iimiMr 11 Totals l.Mt Owli. M l. (3. wtger ISO II. hSttory lights tS ftDurfe Qalftoa US fit. Intel lf alius 1'rfinret ftnivaa I IT Jltn JtuU UM licker 0 SIHk NowIIji U Aim. John Kicker lO 3d 1 IK t , int i in 145 i1 78 i 110 US 1.163 u 110 ISO IK I St! 139 133 117 US 110 ami tin' i'i ' 'iti'l i.'iimii...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 April 1902

COMRADE INSIDE. The Now Clayton Postmaster was a Rough Rider, WAS SEVERELY WOUNDED. Si ! I ft 1 telegram to till' Deliver Niws finin Wnnliluritou, under lat of prll says: There In xnuicthlng of n contest on lit the pi'stolllco department over tilt' uppomlint nt of ii postmaster ut (May ton N M l)e cgnte Itndcy, wlio represents tlio republicans of t hut section, Iiiih In dorst d the nppllentlon of Futisiiu (.ill legcn wad In ii fttiiuneli supporter of tin cimsc. mill whntii It Ih desired to n wind with nn iiiipointinent. Mr. Ito (ley, upon culling upon the pout iiiii-Ut general toilny fonnil a Rough Hi'ler comrade of I'reHldent Roosevelt n long way In the lend In the nice for the iihiee and Indeed was vlrtimlly tin' i liolee of the department. He Is Her gennt Otto Mener. a gallant Holdler. who wii wounded at Kan .Inan hill. While Mr Itodey mid IiIh constituents hnvc no fault to Hud with Mender, they 11 re Ktlll insisting upon the selection of (lullogos. Note A special telegram to The...

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. — 19 April 1902

STOCK I .riii n well ! i i t ', tntm i "i (nrMit'l is fad' -"ii HlPt-is for tin "-lit mi; mai I t ICrtf ( ni .11 t m ate . oiitr.v tine lm tlnu wool at II v anil 11! 'a " nt In California. N't v Mexico ntul Ail.onii. II iw Hanta IV rond has nil l hi rate gn otittlf hlitM'(I out of Silver City tn pen cur. This Ih Just Imll Ihe rate OUnniftt last car and tin- Orant conn ty ottttle rnlfii'in appinclatc (hi- cut Jerry aimiisnu wns In hi tendance nt Ute laiihnulle Stoi kmun's naaoctittlou ttt Uwnimli Hie other day nml ttnvo the dntUemen lmuiy Idea about the wny Hi VvlMrh the cattlemen roulil It protect m In eor.greaa. rott A March. Hip wi'll kwv.n Her tool : breed, i f of Helton. Mo. took 5S uur i ifi tun ii ;t'ti'iiim neiieis in i ne Kftuaas ' y market willed averaged SW poumii. ami brought 41.25. or an .iviiiatte of $52.07 a luaii. There Is u greater demand lor work mules now than for hihiic jears. Con-1 firtu'llon work on the railroad In lie-1 il0vd to lie Hit- cause, an mules menu- '...

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. — 19 April 1902

Mines and Minerals Tlio 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i'o Advocate bUVK Wo nro informed thai Mrs P P Pearson, wlui Ih niKn.tltiK Iho Minnie Klchmnml mine In this illstiiit. k In the oust forming a (oiniMiiy compose 1 etii. rl-Yy1" 0f w""" ,0 ,u'v,,(,l that prop- Hunt llrown & Son. from Arizona, have IcaHcil the Calamity (lump and are going to try the llussoll leaching prootss says the lllllsboro Ailvoente. I heir chemicals arrived the early part or tin week 'i'lieie Is plenty of rich on to he hail anil we wish those gen Hi iiii n iiucccHH in their hew line of business. A writer from (Jrafton says: The IlioHt active Mine development being lurried on In this portion of Sierra county la now In progress on Chloride creek. In the Apache mlnltiK district. " I llrown came In with Home ItoHton capitalists and went to the New lira. Thli inlnn employH fourteen minors and a largo aniounl of development work Is being done. O IC Connor a Co. have eiiininoneotj operations on their group or claims on Animas P...

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. — 19 April 1902

Territorial Topics A ( .itf ii vtiia'lpdv lin- .1 ni'cit fd (it ('nrrio in Llmoln mini Oeorge li Itt-rleth. the ctt-inn Santa ifo tinner, who hns been III for mine tllHO. In It ! to he lllioul nftlilll. Tlio Plrat Ntitloiml bank of Snnta ltnM i erecting a tine two-story stone IgtlMtna for It banking quarters. tf. s. uci.it-ti. c. c oi nmi a. s. MDJ", Jury t omiiibsioiiota. selected thn Miltttd nuit potti J h mi 8 for tin- Mtiy tai of th United titntea dfstrlrt i(tiin nt Ln Vogue. Since the (invent ol t li now city nib lulnltM ration of Saiitn l'e the sprinkler t making teaulut omuls much to tlif tititUtirttoti t business nun of the uuotoMt capital Tin aw public schools rlol on Mnrh 8S. loi the vonr. Tltonottil on- HiilhifHt was li mid three implls grad uhtMl this yiuir. arnoc Dalton. Ulalc j ilillTHUd hllv lllnurplt L. I.. Smith a travel r wan nneated tit L1b Vogiw on the chnrge of vnftran oy nnd iib n Imrglnr auspert. hut was rsteABori when ho proved thn' he waa Hilt vntmnt and dla...

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. — 26 April 1902

iMMnHiii .... M l;;::!:; II IlItlHt wttmm VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1002. NUMBER 24 Territorial Topics TAOS. t c . ,( , nt. 0 Sti vena has roturnotl ,n1 months' vlalt with Iter t Iit' ioK. Neli intv ommlHsloiiprB ndlourn Mi from pi. 1 Ou'r next mooting, the llrst .1 a 'i in June. On account of Judg nu i ,i :.. t the Honoral county fund nit I t rippled condition, nothing wn . '.aid out of it at Uint meetinK- T ..urvev of the Munby addition to Trio; ha i been completed to the c tent .. laying out ithottt forty lotH. A m w ! et it, to he opened up soon mut mon , Intci Most of tho lotB have been sunken for. t tJifdorf lias completed tho , . r, ..ik in hi oreharil nt Rnnehos. Mr ii ilorf has sot out a humlrod .ntn- tries, and ns an n.vporlmant pla . i mime poach troena. uxpooliig tin i. t. the north. Formerly It wn tin 'istimi to glvo them u 1 entlnu fnc- Hie i tin Houtli. whleli had the dl:td- m,t...'. if an oarly buddltiK of the tn. tin lute fruit Injuring ...

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. — 26 April 1902

HlKJHKS A; McOUKIlJMT. l'mUt-xi-tH lMI.-tlllllTION l)nil' Cltlion, ir ycnt.. .. WefUv. " " HATHb. ...4800 .. 2 00 Plant trees. Nothing bonutlbVs i diy more thiiiLllnn shade troos. St.. mk has mannged to bring out ItH 1002 illn dory without postponing tt till 1008. Suntos-Diimont argues well for n iniiii who iin to ship nil Ills flying inn-olilne.-y by fro'ght. Heforo ponce is ft tin 1 Iv arranged this Hours want to show, apparently, that thiiro In oni- good fight left In tin-in, Mr. Carnegie s advice to young men IK "Don't think: don't speculate; don't indorse. ' Hut why not extend It to young women as .veil? Miss Stone has made her first public appearance, and It was e-ntlre'y satis factory, according to the educated bri gand In the box otllcc Th base nail aeiiHon begun Thurs day with n whitewash for both the Ht. Louis nnd Philadelphia cliiba This Is a bail outlook for the World's fair. The new Alvnrado hotel, the finest on the line of the Santa Fo road from (jlltuugn to me I'nclll...

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 April 1902

STOCK .). Well, ti cattle buyer from Califor nia, lias been spending several weeks iti (Irani county looking after some purchiiMs of stock cattle. Tin Lyons ft Campbell Cattlo com pany of Omul ami I. una counties, will, on or about tin 15th of May, make a good ihlptnent of cattlo from Silver City I ) their C olonulo ranges. One of tin largest cattle atul ranch dial i In a long time has Jimt boon ofosi it It. an brothers of Leavenworth, Kan, have iioltl to C. .1. llysliuia, of Wyoming. 2(1.(100 head of cattlo anil their aoo.ooo-niTo Arizona ranch prop erty 1'hls nialit'H olr. Hyidinm oil" of the vt ry largest ratine cattle anil ranch owi.rrs In the world. Tin majority of tin stock on the ranges of southern New .Mexico H looking very good at the present time, although In some places water Is get tliiR scarce Most of the cattlemen aro ft cling very good, however, ovor the ootid tlon in which their stock has coire through the winter. It Is to ho hopr 1 Hint th" rainy season will com lin...

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 April 1902

Gallup, Cerrillos and Blsmd GALLUP. Vrom tin1 H pnMl. iii' Clmrli'K tiii'lln iimum d :n- pn". (Ion III the IkiiiI ri'imii bhuM uiul lift Inr Colorado Inst Monday. floor Sumuaon hns sold his trad-1 It More locate thirty mths south of , iioro. to Dsn DuLoiae. , ftlrs. Theodore Maxwell Is reported j vtuy III st Msr.vsvlllf, Cal. 9a will uiUinx In a sh.nt tin to (tellup. t 'rfciri ear loads of new and Im prnrwl ma"hlnor for the riallup ml" m WW Colomdo l ii.'i ft iron company ware seni up to tiiiiKon yesterday. J. U. Walker. Jf the firm of Osborne Wnlkor. tndtan triolein of Otetteita, la town this wertt on buslaeaa. tin also pKld a business visit to Alhn iitioriino. 'nio Weaver mine turned out 1.40 hi:m of coal on the loth Inst. This Is flirt hljMcst showing ever md ! a nlliM In the Cmllup district. U l.. Henry was at Wlngate on hJHRa two days this week. T&a , li.iri.allllo Oil i otnpany will atari their iirm at won; an booh as rney get (NiQtigli water in their reservoirs. Ii, I'. K...

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. — 26 April 1902

MAXWELL CITY TO EM BU DO An Account of a Railroad Survey Made Over a Feasible Route in the Year 1893, F. A. JON US, THU SURVEYOR. 1 In view of the fncl that the Maxwell city, f'iiniiiiirioii. Kllznhuthtown ft 'Vmn- Valley Hallway company was re eentlj ineorpo'uted to build :i mill onil front Mioweli City lo Taos by way of 121 rti"'l!it ti mid that n railway pro ject to build from lort (inrlaml. Colo rado, to the lilt) Urunile valley by way or I2mbndi and Taos Is being discussed tin- fcl owing account of the survey over the proposed route, made In LSHII, by Prof A. .Ioiiob, at present illrert ir of the New Mexico School of Minos at Sn.orro. will be of grunt interest: "Perhnya no route In Now Mexico of. fcri sued n-enle eliarniB or more onrnp. tin the ndtn'n r of nnttir than (, h tii trnii i,iin- fr . ... 1 ' vi h Vn i n Clm arnm , a. IKK yoti to I2rabeihtowii. over the clddv h' Ight if the Tiuih pass, H.iough the am bill pu.'idov of Taos and thence to tin ulli y of the Itlo (irnntlu....

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. — 26 April 1902

L NEWS OF THE CHURCHES Mlithlonnry pocletb ju.t . !.,, -i: their lliitiiHia- yinr arc a half 7. a of tho largest tn Amcriru 'I'll' Mik Hlotmry union, wli cli stipcrvlxct t Ip oxpondlturct. if ?i'.Mii.ooo a yenr kHiii by thi DaptlHtH of tho north, clones without nn Increase nf Its debt, which allowing It nocounts fortunate. In view Of the fnrt that It was compelled dur ing the yenr to Increase Its budget by SMt.OOO. The rnuse for thlH Increase were the Miurn of the workers Into Oli'nn, forward strides In lliirmnh and Slain, and the phcnumciiul advance In the Philippine!". Junt before the out linmk between Spain and her eolouy In Uio cast there went from Sumnr to Hpaln a young Mnnlkun. to be e.lucntotl I for the Itoman Catholic priesthood. (. mot In i Spain one Hev. Idle l.und. a . who was laboring there under Swede, nu American pock-ty. A fast friendship KiDW and Immediately Admiral Dewey ilofonted the Spanlidi ships In Manila "harbor the two u;"ii set ahout. at their 1 10 rue In Spa...

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. — 26 April 1902

I Hailroad Topics Tho now eating station tit Cnrrlzuzn has opened up for biiHlnoHB, Passenger triilllc from tho woat wns untiHimlly heavy this morning. Tho Flagstaff tc Grand Canyon mil rond will Boon lio on tho railroad fold orn. 13ngluoa lor.'j ami I0&3. now prnlrlo typoH from Chicago, huvo arrived for Horvleo out west. TliomiiH lluililow Ih iirouml on crut ches. Ho wiiM Injuroil at tlio local shops a few days ago- l3nglnoor John Gallagher has roport oil for duty at Ran Mnielal, uftor a fow wooUh' visit with his family In Km porta. , (round bus been broken at Ardmoro, I. T., for tho erection of a Joint Santa Fo and Choctaw, Oklahoma & (iulf depot. Charles Wheeler, an old Unto Union Ho. Is iloltiK construction work on tho Dnwnon City lirauch of tho Uock Ia'antl railroad. The lloawell cut-off will shorten the Santa IV to audi an e xtent that It will lie by 200 iiiIIoh tho shortest lino to tho Pncillc const. .1. I'. Connelly linn accepted a clerical position with the Snnta Fo...

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. — 26 April 1902

THE INTERVENER. Patltlon Against the Rio Grnnde Dam and Irrigation Company. SOLICITOR QENEKAL DART LETT. Tlmt w MmIco has great ititoronU at a (ton nil nnturo at uuike in the light holiif;., made upon tho elephant Jlutto dnni prJrl Ig gonerully admit tell. Hut lUt Interest n a territory arc nlw) flC a very specific nature anil are ho rltal that Solicitor General 13. I., llnrtlott yesterday, on huh.ilf of Iho ter ritory, MlPd a petition of Intervener lu tho territorial Mipremu' court. ask ing that the territory ho made a party (lotanrtnnt with the (tio Grande Dam and Irrigation company in thr- pomllng Wilt of thn United States against the lattor, anil which has again been vtit hnok to the territorial supreme court liy the United States supreme court for tho taking oi additional testimony and review. An In well Known, the Tjintn point ohjo.-ioii of tho United Status against th" construction of tho Kiouhnnt Mutt" dan i the absurd al location thai it woum interfere Wn.h tho navigation o...

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. — 3 May 1902

Cite en VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1902. NUMBER 25 j Territorial Topics j SANTA HE. From tlir Now Mexican ! Clan me W Uofhelns of the I nllcil Slat i Indian school lit Fori Lewis. Cold wan an arrlviil on the Denver & Itlo (irainle Mr mill Mrs ucorgc W. Franklin mill daughter of Diirnngo, Colo., nr rivi ,1 our lite Denver IMo Urntide railroad anil left over the Santa Fe foi l,i ugoc. .Iiitlg. A A Freeman, of Carlsbad, who Ih In Santa Fe at present on mi Ui inn (dlllt business, has heen re 4 1 1 1 4 stod to make the commencement address this year at Ihe New Mexico Si hool of .MIiich at Soeorro. on May 1".'. He Iihh at' vi pied the honor It Ih charged that Home Improper Wfii.i In the issue of city deed to teal cHtnti rontnincd within the Santa Fo land grant has hcen going on at vnti oiih tlincn since the passage of the act mailing the giant to UiIh city Those ha gos H'lonld he thoroughly Invent! gated cat II S Ltitz received lustruo tloni I rum the Santa I'...

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. — 3 May 1902

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