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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 July 1902

ARIZONA TOWNS ST. JOHNS. Soelnl at Home of U. Schuster Nar row Escape from Fire Gang of Desperadoes. Fron tin t li rali quiet Huh uncial event wns en-Jo- (1 n tin hospitable home of .Mr. HI. I M II HcllllttttM'. by it low hit I- mat. Ii . or I In- luinlly. Icecream, stub , nl an expert can malic, anil ( . '-' wen- served as teriosli- lntI,t , , v i at. letter from f-oiielio t.-llu of tl i-.irrcw escape ot the Schuster i... -.ami. colli,.,... ,n ' ""' .t .ition by 111 e I ho heroic efforts of n Ln.i crowd of men saved the build - in, I. It tie damage was (Idle Lntln- Jy lownrt by insurance F.it.nr alue, ol I-Ingstiilf. and Father Connolly, or Wlnslow conduct- o. tin; I f IlKHHih ewrrlaiMi o he Call.- (.in .ii.n. ii i. i.- '' , . ... .. h.. ....... ... . ,., i K -niii'- i in ia h I j i. ere and on to Concho. Whllo 111 Ti uier- Ht le ill the city one couple .n'l.ttttd on tin- ntfni m-it of miitii n. i n ni.-' perhaps come others may sr ll.i lr f lotpiii.ts on tl:.- muds or t.inr ii: i ...

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 July 1902

SOCIAL PARTY, Pleasant Gathcrinc at Las Vegas Asylum Board Hold Meeting- INTERESTING LOCAL NOTES. pacta) fnrrptpomleitcp. IA Vegas. N". M., July Tom Wal ton eaine down from Morn today and say Hint the old Overton mine at flllnilahipita. which In batng worked lly Jtrtn Hayes and In which several of eWr prominent citizens are Interested. ! hpIiik to be a little bonnnan. The urine wn worked about fifteen years age. but In the Interim nothing hn huun done on account of the uneertnln ty Of tliu title. The title has now boon oloarud. up. new surveys made- and tlioro Is quite n large forci' of men at work on the mine, which ha develop ed a$ high u feO per rent copper lu fOrno assays. Tin- mine In located about twelve miles from the mines In tlio Itoolada ellatrlot. B. 12. Kog'jrs. the anperlntendent of tlio Crystal Ice company who la very III with heart trouble, was yesterday move! to the sanltarltim. The thermometer did business nround the 90 point yesterday and got hi low as It;. The mea...

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 July 1902

NAVAJO INDIANS. They Arc Reported to be In a Famine Condition. Tlu N'nvnjo Indiana on tin.' reserva tion Just to tin- wi-Ht of Fnrmlngton at In till' ntcil of government aid, sajs I hi' I f iiMtlur. Due Investigation has piovcn the fact that within (ho pnht ilutty dnyH, thousands of their horura and sheep have died from slur vntlon, owing to the piolongcd drought Kvcn the IndlniiH themselves have puwi.td. to the tinders, about everything- of value they possessed, In inlT to .setuie Hour and coffee, and unleBH our government lmmotiiuicly do h stunt thing ther will he much suffering nulling these poor people, who have heretofore been self-support-lu! and are well known to he one of the moHt Industrious trlheH now living It Is not c outrlliUtlotiH of food or cloth ing they usk for or expect, hut work. Work that will enable them to earn enough money to purchnso hucIi nctes Hltles mh they will require during the winter If an appropriation of $10,000 to $r.O, 000 could be secured, canr.lt...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 July 1902

Notes from Correspondents ELKS AT SILVER ( lTv They Were Met nt Depot and A'f m iv Ing a Fine Tuna. RfMxial Correspondence. Silver City. N. Jnljr 4 -Tn. de,. ga: on of Albuquerque Ml a a arrived ,n 1 1 n.M-ltl Pullman on this morning In mt ing paarciigrr train. Toey m Mart at the depot h the Silver ,t herd Mitt have been buy since. Th- Mrc nil arrayed In costumes from a IMg fat Dutchman down and ttmrcbd fWom tile depot Headed by a brsaa band lid wort greatly cheered by the crowd. They woie joined at Demlng ly aeveral III Pnao JCIks and together it"- made quite a delegation, ftdltor hea aaya hp In loo buay having n goo time to aond anything In n the imrn la wide ojien to nil Albuquerque lllk, Ultle Joe Sherldnn In still sober fit tho present writing. i la nlao the lMinnce of them, hut It In hard to snv Ml rhnt condition they will llnd them ah by nlarbt . The local herd served A b nqHet to the visiting Hlk at noon tod - nnd nn ulejiunt spread wan laid iMit I etor tham FOURTH AT VEGAS....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 July 1902

I R.ailroad Topics .1 T Mtdnughln. or the Suntn l Ct ntrnl, was a passenger lor Kentieily last night Fred M'ulg, resident engineer lor tin1 Santa Fi with hcnilqunrtc.H at l.att ogtui. Is In the illy. Trniiiinnsti r Cilistm.. or Wlnsluvv. spent t'n Fourth visiting with his lanniy on v tst (ioiii avonut. Koad Foreman William Daze has h tumid to his huuie at Wlnslow. after Hpendlng a few days In this city. S Vann who was down at San Mar inl ii g datum railroad watches dlsor .1, nd ,v tl,. .e. lm letiiiiie.l to the city, i... i Mis C II Ilrown. wire or the Wlna low Santa Ke iiK''iit, left ror an extend eil visit to relatives In Mldilleton, New ork. Oomliictor V. II. lloas and wire, of nnd the ilet-h on his rlKht arm torn In San Marclal. have Kono to lloxle, ,vr- Very foollMi accident theie yester kaiisaH, to while away tho vacation (inv. The tiravel train came aloiiu and period. Klreman K. K. Tracey and nrldc leturned to San Marclal, and have none to housekeeplnt; surrounded hy i very (...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 12 July 1902

AT SILVER CITY. Albuquerque Elks Took Part in tho ' 1 Big Celebration. SKETCH OF THE BALL OAME. will1 bit1 1 Friday nfternoon tit I o'ctatfk. and ontrary to prodlctious. Tfc vUU of tho dalagailoa fn.m th dW not pi ipi'ste a general riot . i. InAmm nf 1Kb. ,. f I'herW WH'I' bald- galore Itfllllea Of AIMWwnia lo4g of Mks was one of a Ktn()H. sUes and descriptions, ti moat enjoyable events of the I- a,,m,. w ,ty ud others wore . i an and wan thoroughly nppndnt ugly, out the nnxlous mother nrrnm en, .iet onh l.y the uiamlra or the lnylw each r thoroughly siittsried HH-t.1 fjrdvr. l.ut the people of Silver n hr own m'"" " that '"' Ofe aftally Th. Alhuuiiomue Iwiys Hag waa the only one entitled to run ffa not reach here until tin- nrtcrnoon nlil nHloa. The judges were Thomas Of the fourth, on account of the train Hughes. A A Kwb and M Mitudell. of fe.ag late, hut thtl Silver City herd Alluqucique and tbelt first nioe win Wfta on hand at the depot, with tin to call upon Sheriff Hoodoll foi...

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 July 1902

" VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1902. NUMBER 36 ( Territorial Topics T ULAROSA. From the Dctnccrnt 1), M Sutherland, of I.a Luz, was here this week attending to a law suit. Manuel Sllva, un aged Mexican, liv ing in tlu lower part of tno town Is very 111 A growl tan lit heard fron one no of tlu' town to tln other on account of tho h artity of water. A band of Greek gypsies wore In town tills week. They put In their time Healing. Ira It Cnx patseil through hero for Cloudetoft lie hns sold his mining propety at Estoy City to O. Pray Smith Jose Gonzales purchuM'd from tho heirs of Aras Mender, a house ami lot In block 40 for $100. The property Is ! situated In the lower part of town and ut one time was used as a pool room. Kosallo Lopez will place his Insane lirothi in the county Jail at Alamogor do He will be kept there until there l.i rioiii In the territorial asylum for him as that Institution Is crowded to owrtl iwlng with unfortunates. Father Mlgeon Is the b...

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 July 1902

per c i ,t 'h- Mrlkcs were for higher ti mmcrcliil iln h there wore 157 : c r tint for higher wages against 170 In the flrst qunrtor, while Intul (cm r I.'iiiim (mil 11 per cent lor lluhllltlcs umouutcd to J2.hfU,iS . HUUI1KS ic VcCHKHiHT. rniMBHKlis (,,Wi.r hotim alum- Sympathy strikes ngulnst $3,138,527 The Improvement mummied to 1 hb tlinn I per cent ; Iihh was nitmt striking In linnnclnl insoiv, I . I .... . at ......t I. ... ....1.. ..I.. I. a 1 . . I . . .. .... SPIWCIUIHOV KATH3. I I'ltMl 'i ''I ''in- .iKtiiuni i.i- i-.i. i-nn, ihmh.ii. wi..jr ;..ii. ""'h . " I ..I- . . . I it. t.w.n nil 1 I Uti liatrlfwl 1. tti. ai.r,,....l I . II f 1 1 1 1.1 fill 41 fllli.il I. i rrii .... ill. 00 I till -111 ' I I. "II. 'i ..... iiivii, i n .......... .... ....... .... ,., 'ciiuen. i r 'nr X :. .. .. ,..,....,..1 .. ...,. . ..iu .i.; 1., i... 11 .--i ...i...i.n- uu I llluTl - I'1 I 1 II 1. 11- ...iii.t-i 11 i.--...,. ; ...-....', iihuiiii . ,. , tlnn n In" union, ami 01 mis last cinss i wi...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 19 July 1902

UPPER COUNTRY ITEMS. Good Price for Wool at Las Vegas Exciting Runaway Weld Party. INTERESTING LOCAL HAPPENINGS Special Correspondence. Lns Vegun, N. M., July II Mr. ami Mrs. U. V. Longtime, of Topekn, Knn nro lino visiting tholr nephew, l)r Edward Longshore. Mrs. Long shore In otto of the I ('inline physicians In iDinltn ami Is well known. Mrr W It. Tipton will entertain the Tlmihilaj Altcrnoou Whist chili thin week flit Ladles' Guild of the Episcopal hnreh nave Just llnlsheil paying up their pledge of $30 to the church coin m.itce, for the benefit of the church Tin Indies are to be congratulated on tin Ir energy ntnl success. The guild Ih composed of some of our very best Indies, ami beside the guild being a social institution, their ability to tnlse the Hum gUon above evidences that j then are some splendid business heads In the company. The grading on the high school ground commenced today, and the yanls art being put In condition for tin full teim f school. When the board gets ...

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

BOY KIDNAPED. A Sensation in Las Vegas -Train No, 1 in a Wreck. ELECTRIC STREET GAR LINE. Kprulal Correspondence. n Vestm. N. M.. .TmIv 1(5 - mere1 wag considerable music In the ..lr over on .InrkHon avenue nbout K o'docw last night. A hoy hnd been kidnaped. James Cropsey and wire, together with tbuir 8 year old son. have been dwell Ini; In peace at Homerovllle. where tint ItMBhnnd hmt farming Interests. t About two weeks ago, Mrs. Cropsey look the con ntul rami- up to Las Vegas for h visit, staying with Mrs. Iluotli down on Halirond avenue. It fee inn th Ore liu been imnc trouble between I the huHband and wife and he claims thn took the i hiid away from him and j would not even let him wee the boy. ! even keeping him locked an to keep tho father from getting possession of ' tin; ohlld. Yestcrdny evening about 7::t(l the father, who liud come up from I Homcrovllle. secreted himself In the Uhliioao laundo next to Mm HoothV ' nnd lay In wait for the hoy to come out. The boy eame over ...

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. — 19 July 1902

SUIT FOR DIVORCE, Drink and Bad Treatment Are the Causes-Engineers Transferred. HUBBELL AT THE SPRINGS. Special Correspondence. I.us Vegas, .V. M., July 15. They llveil near Raton. They also lived liiiiiily until a short time ago when Charlie took to drink nml began treat I lie her In an Inhuman manner; at leant ho Lore alleges In nor petition for absolute divorce from her bus lut lid, Charlie Bridget, which Iiiih J u h t lit i n entered In the district clerk's of fice Lore also thinks she should have the custody of thu two minor children, and the Judge will also most probably think so If .Mrs. Bridget can prove her OIISI Wool continues to come In At a good into. There wns considerable disposed of In Las Vegas today. There were numerous changes In the non commissioned oillcers of the cav alry troop last night, u number being promoted on account of the resigna tion and departure from the city of Manuel Otero who was first sergeant, to his homo in Santa Fe. 13, J Mc Wmlc is now Mrst s...

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 July 1902

SAN MIGUEL COURT, torn urnv. 1 inlay t vt nlng on No. 7 ami stoppr" 'vcr, leaving Inter for . points smith Whin seen by n report ' or ami aski ! rt-fjurillnK the proponed It Has Adjourned The Reception to change m im- dispatcher's oiiieo hero, J r j ntul when It wuihl time plnco, ho snld. General FunStOI1. '"Well, tin- change wll not tnko place 1 for sonic 1 1 tin-. It linn not yet boon dof 1 i Inltoly decided. You may say, how I evor. tlint. II i) looti win no given i mote aiiibnrlty lien- anil on July L'o j will go In a wire clilcf iimlor tbo new arrangement having entire rare of the linen from AUnuim-roiio to Itnton. 12. 11. Fisher will have tlm position as win- chief at Lit Junta commencing the GAUNT INSPECTING. Hponlal Cnrroapontlnnao. Urn Vega. N. M., July District oonit convened Saturday ninrnltiR for MotherGray's Sweet Powders for rhlldren. Mother dray, for years a nurse In the Children's Homo In New York, treated children successfully with a remedy, now prepared and pVie ed...

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 July 1902

I Failroad Topics The Snntn l'o section house nt An thony liurm-tl the other evening. Tho eonslriK tlon train Ihih I icon working between Aliimillo and Socorro t ho past week. Chief Knglncer II. ,1. Simmons, or the Kl Pnso Ar South western road, wum In Lordshurg looking after some or IiIh porsonnl mining Interests. President V. II. Andrews, or tho Santa Fo Central railway, left. Pitts burg, Pa , Saturday, for New Mexico, and will reach this city during the WOeli, On receipt of a telegram announcing the serious Illness or his wife at St Joseph, Mo., J. II. Davenport, an em ploye In tho local Hhopx, left for that place lust night. II. T. -Aiii". xiclved at Santa Fo from Denver to succeed S. fl. Ilcntley as Hiiperlnlendent of telegraph of the Hantn Fe Central railway, Mr. Hunt ley left for Denver. Lee Hutchinson Iipb resigned Ills po sition as collector for the Imperial laundry and will occupy the requisition desk nt the local shops, recently undo vacant ly the resignation of Kdgnr Str...

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 July 1902

MINERS CONSERVATIVE. Executive Committee May Determine the Question of a Strike. REPRESENTATIVE MEN PRfci&BNT. tndlttwtpollv. .Inly 10.-"To trill- or IK to dtrlkf' Thla In the vital qui dim to wttle whim rielonuiea ate pour, lug into Inrlintiu tlK from almost v ory coal mining rttnirlct or the eoun try in readiness for th groat conven tion wIMeh assembles tomorrow In re DBDto to the recent cull of Preiildflni Mltchwtl of the United Mine Workers Of ilr1en. If the convention reaches nil nfllrmtUlve ft or Into n It will menu, tut ny lh oillctnl of the miliars' orgnui zntlon, tbt 3;o,oo men will lay down their plchs. not to resume work until their brthrn in the anthracite fields of l'uiMirlvniilH huvt- obtained thalr detMUMi. A decision not to strike will inann. nt the vry least. ...c brotiKlng of toe backbone of the miners' struggle in Pennsylvania mill a serious blow to (M-gitMtaMNl In bor in general. In the settlement of this "lady ami the tluer" question utet-e In a conserva tir...

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 July 1902

1 WeeKlh e VOLUME 11 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1902. NUMBER 37 Territorial Topics LORDSBLiRG. I From I ht Llbcrnl. Thero huvo hem inttm lu every dli roctlon lrom town, but very little wuiur una union in iowii. 121lston Jones, who lmti been nssaycr for the Luna Mining company, left Tuesday for IiIk home at Albuquerque. John McCain) left Suturiluy for Globe 7ti uporlul huslncns, Next Monday ho ; ami MIhh Ma C. Wilson will be mnr rleil nt tho residence of Miss Wilson's timer In that town. 1 Tho olil lalile about there being no ' liasuengur trnlllr over the Southern Pad fit lu the summer time linn gone out Sunday tho pnssonger train con tilHteil of litteen enrs, and all the pns scngcr curs were tilled, Jack Rutland returned to Orant county thlH week Some time ago Jack 1 went to South America, "to mako his fortune," On IiIh return lie wns BHked if he Had made It. and ho said he wm Illumed glad to get back. Judge Abbott and W 12. Allen, of the Stein's Peak Mining rompany...

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 July 1902

t lluiqumiuc WaMUtj Uilijni HlffiUKS .V VcCHKHlHT. lTM.HHKIM ISsdy Out -n, i i year . . Wrtfily ' " " ft) oo S uu Lat'a 1roi lltlcs until aftei tlx ter fit or lft) fnlr. Tfci worm ht turned again Down In Tr-nnfi"' th inilri' shot Lie pit- A rommlml m appointed to rcnppor linn Oklahoma has announced the total papulation of the territory to be flOO. (HJI), with one representative for every itt.AW people and on- Hcnntor for every 48.000. "Some men arc an rushed in this 1 world." Hay th. Ailalfa Snav. "that If i tllty wcm fi die tcnight t hey would , Mint to go clown town in tho morning nml work until tne hour sot for tho i flinerul." The Tucson. Arizona. Citizen says: "AlUUtjuonpie Ms mulling great prepn rfltlons to hold a big statehood rally In Oetobe r and I'resldcut Roosevelt. K'jntUor (juny unci Senator KlkliiH are uxperted to' attend The Arizona ran e i nnnl.1 be r pn seined by Hj strong ! legation also. ' ' The Raton Range says: "Hon. II. S. lUHlny will he nominated by the re IMi...

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 July 1902

A SECORT BREAKER. Many Fashio Novelties Have Been Prodi-ed This Summon WHAT IS WORN. Nov York, July 10. The summer of lima will go down In tlm lilMtory of ffiHlK'HH iih n rocoid nronkor in tho njf tor of prodiitiuc; novelties, in fact with nil the hentity of summer modes, II may bo said Unit modistes hnve de pended chiefly upon the llttlu elegan cies lor the smartness of the eiibenilde. 'I In re have not been tunny types of tin Hammer girl, hut nho hns boon ver satile noi opting only the original font nil. i of fnHhioiiH and clinging not long to nny ronouneed Btyle, Ti e tuoile which retalnH its hold upon the popular fancy longest Ih the Hhort waist suit. Thin ItnplleB not nec essarily, a plain uklrt ami Bhlil waist, for the liodlce, like every othet feature of fnshlon has ncen elahornteil upon until It hn developed Into a wonderful creation, displaying the Intrlcnte hnnd wont ami trimming of the most deli cate t 'xtlles Shut waist gowns In the liner mil tennis have tne blouses trim...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 July 1902

WORKING FOR FAIR. Albuquorque Delegation Working Up an Interest at E! Paso. THEY ARE INTERVIEWED. From tin' News, July 22. Albuquerque Ih well represented In HI Paso toilny by n delegation of her lending itlc-iiK who mo here td tnlk Inlr nnil base I. nil anil nn stopping at tbo Sheldon They arc F. A Hubholl, 11 ca pit iiIIhI ami chairman of tile repub lican territorial central committee, C C llall. n merchandise broker, anil Thumns Hughes, editor of The Dally Citizen. They are also directors of the Territorial Pair association, which given such excellent entertainments tit Albuquerque In the fall of each year. The main object of the visit of those gentlemen Is to Induce HI Paso to so cure n team of league base ball players 1o play against one which Albuquerque Is securing at the coming territorial fair. They will rcmnln until tomor row night Harry Chnrman, Dr A K Albors, George Ogden, SI Ryan and M C Ed ward huve charpo of the base ball matter In this city and the Albuquer que deleg...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 July 1902

LAS VEGAS Will Hive, a Plaza FountainnSuit for Deed tolCertiln Landi, DEATH ON TRAIN; Special Correspondence. Las Vegas. N. M.. July 22 Tho pinna for tho flnu fountain In tho plazn have been ncceptod by tho committee and the bronco work ordered cant. The fountain Ih to be. Bltuated In the center of the plaza 'In a stono and cement ba sin sixteen feet In diameter. The foun tain h to be made of bronze and will cost nbout $1,000, I. H. and W. II. Happ are th nrchltectH nnd hnvu tho order for the, bronze design which will be made In New York. The base of the fountain Ih four feet across, square and will have twenty-seven watet Jet. A Grecian' Anted column extendi! thir teen and a half feet high and will be surmounted with a sixteen Inch glass globe, In which will bc six electric lights. The design Ih n spcclnl one by the architects nnd tho plan may b Been nt Davis & Sydor. It will take about Hlxty dnya for the mnklng of the bronre work nnd the fountain ennnot be completed before the...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque weekly citizen. — 26 July 1902

UNIQUE DISTINCTION. ' NOV.' York Now Has the Temporary ' National CnpttnU SOHWAD'S NEW HOME. tits or, M If air. Kooi xelt is having much rmt, for M varatb-n l pretty won MlBdwIcoed Mtween business, and the ataff of aaalstanlH seems not only as may as ever, but has been lucruiisod bf aoveral memb rs since the prael mnt arrived at Sagamore hill the lint wok in July. ,. ,, , , . ,, , . . ,, . . . . 11 1 11 t e 1 iti . mi nun uie.i on ill" num. r re'iicin ' i at- k.iiui- ueij jiui 1:1 mm mi him ifi'i - New York, July 10. hew ork en The social Influence of Now orh. It ho hno Perry Da Is 1 afiiKliler on , . ,()ft hcro n(1(iry ovt,ry (nv and 1 and nfter everything In night. The bnt- niftnl in Its nppearanci) nnd physical M th unique dtsiinctton of having Heemi. Is being extended over to tho "and to soothe the quivering nerves; Lrmiw.l Ihn nnitntft- frnni Imrn In I -m ' leHen Were- Klllltll ., Unrvnvnra V.nrn lltOllortl. P hilt 111 Its cllOllllCal lolntllltlft capital of th iMiilnu temiwrar...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Weekly Citizen
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