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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 190.
fALt!tTQUKnQUE EVENTNO CITIZEll PAGE FIVE. i 1 '.4 DELEGATES EN ROUTE TO BIG C0IEHT1 AT LAS VEGAS Many Passed Through City This Morn ingSome Interesting Political Pointers for Evening Readers. The Otpro county delegation the territorial convention panned through 'hlii citv tliia mninlnf?. They were A, II riilllipH, HherifT of that county: C. P. Iowns, clerK of t.ie dlHtrlrt court at AlamoRordo, and Frank W. Ikoch. The Valencia county delegation, or rather a majority of them, passed P the road this morning for has Vegas, headed by Hon. Solomon l.nna. Tnose who could not get away this morning, will ro up to Lss Vegas tomorrow morning. The Sandoval county delegates to the territorial convention got on the train at Benulilio. They were Ale jandro Sandoval. It. K. Perea, E. A. Miera, Cornelio M. Sandoval, J. M. Mnntnya. M. C. lie Uaea, J. F. Silva nd V. S. Miera. Gregory Page and S. E. AMric'n. Mc Klnley county delegates to the terri torial convrntion, c.une In last night lrom Gallup, and remained here until this morning, when they continued on to Ias Vegas. The other delegate lrom McKinley county Is Steve Cana van. Hon. Frank A. Hnhhell, the ttiair ttian of the regular Bernalillo county d legates to the territorial republican convention a; I.as Vegas, was a pas BMiger for the Meadow City last night. He wanted to be on the ground early, and he Is there to guard against any Interference from bolters. The Dons Ana county delegates to the territorial republican convention were on the north bound train, as f.Vlows: H. U. Holt, C. K. Miller. Mar tin Lohman, -Marclpl Valdeu, Eugene an Patten, Sheriff Jose R. Lueero, witii Mr. Holt holding the proxies of Human de la O and George Lynch. Hon. H. O. Bursum, the chairman nf the territorial central committee, headed the Socorro county delegation to Las Vegas this morning. The other delegates on the train were W. E. Martin, A. C. Abeyta, Abran Abeyta, Domingo Baca, J. A. and J. C. Torres, Harry Richards,, J. E. Griffith, Manuel 8. Pino and Leandro Baca. At the convention of Sandoval coun ty republicans, held at Bernalillo, Wednesday, resolutions were passed endorsing- the national and territorial administrations, and the course of Delegate Andrews at-Washington and Tecommending his renomlnation for delegate to congress. The resolutions ndorBed the faithful work of Chair man H. fX Bursum of he territorial central committee, and deplored toe WELL KNOWN LECT 1 URER VISITS THIS CITY AND HE GIVES HIS EXPERIENCE WHILE RECENTLY AT THE VILLAGE OF LAGUNA. Frederick I. Monsen of New York city, an Interesting lecturer on the 'Ethnology and Archaeology of the Southwest," at present Is a guest of the Savoy. Mr. Monsen has Just re turned from a two-months trip through the Navajo and Hop! reser vations during which he has suc ceeded In making a number of ordin al and instructive pictures of the In dians eiX thoso sections and their en vironments. Mr. Monsen was present at the pu eblo of Laguna during the feast day, September 19. and after arranging wltn the govtrnor for ihe privilege of doing so, proceeded to make a mo tion picture of the dance. After com pleting about twenty feet of film he was interfered with by an educated drunken Indian and his companions, who forbade him. under threat of de stroying bis valable instrument, from going further with his picture. Ac cording to Mr. Monsen the Indian ad dressed him somewhat as follows: "I address you. sir. In your own dirty language. I am an educated Indian and I am sorry for it. I am drunk on your own dirty whisky and I am sorry for that, also. Wlr? want no more of you get out." Mr. Monsen congrat ulates himself on having enough of the film to produce a good picture, but deprecates the illegal sale of in toxicants to the Indians. He Is Mrongiy ,,f iho opinion that the li quor was sold in the pueblo Itself. Mr. Monsen has given the last fif teen ye.irs of his life to investigation ami collection along his line in the southwest and Is an exceedingly inter esting conversationalist. He ha to regiet. a result of the San Fran Cisco fire, the loss of residence con taining a valuable Indian collection and reference library, which repre sented the work of years. Mr. Monsen leaves tonight for New Yoik city, where he will open his lec ture season about October 15, SATORDAY IS THE DAY 0F ATONEMENT Services will he held In Temple Al bert Friday evi ning at X o'clock and and all diy Saturday beginning at in 't'clock in 'he morning. Music will be rendered by a quartet consisting (f Mis. Clarke. Mrs Washburn, Mr. Hail Mr. Reynolds with Miss Abrahams as oijunist. Dr. Kaplan will deliver thred rmi'Ps on Hie Day of Atonement TbU evenini? th sermon will lie "Sins of Omission" Saturday morning '.Sins k' CiininiirsioK; Sam; da., aiternoon. 'At One Wiih God." Everybody ! v. . .. death of Hon. Pedro Perea. The con vention also put Itself on record In favor of Hon E. A. Miera to repre sent the counties of Sindnval and Sinta Fe in the council of the next legislative assembly. The Grant cou.ity didegatl.in came in from the south this morning and continued north to Ias Vegas on the delayed No. 2 passenger train. They were H. H. Bens, W. H. Newcoml., F. A. Bush, W. I). Murray, with Mr. Betts holding the proxies of R. M. Turner and Don. II. Kedsie. Mr. Betts was accompanied by Mrs. Betts. Hon. W. H. Andrews, New Mexico's delegate In co.igress, left last nlghi lor the Las Vegas convention. Re gardless of the weak efforts of tnc Morning Journal and a few other dem ocratic "weaklles" of the territory, Mr. t Andrews will le renominated for dele gate to congress tomorrow. The two other southern counties Linn and Sierra were not represent ed In this morning's bunch of outgo ing delegates. The delegations from thse two counties are expected to morrow morning, en route to the ter ritorial convention, and. If not in per son, ehe proxies of the delegates will be sent to someone in authority to act for them. It Is understood today that Slgfrled Grunsfeld, who was nominated for assessor by the Perfecto Armljo party Wednesday In rump convention, caiien at the assessor's of lice In the court house yesterday and looked over the furniture, stating to Assessor Al bright that the furniture is not good enough for him and that he will in struct the county commissioners to purchase, new furniture at once. When was Senor Slgfrled elected? Bernalillo county was well repre sented at the iJcal depot this morning and the regular republican organlza tion of this county sent tip the follow in dclegne: W. B. Childers. W. H Greer, T. N. Wilkerson, M. E. Hickey, Severo Sanchet, W. S. Suiekier, I . s Hubbell. Louis Ingley, George Learn ard, Isidro Sandoval, Chas. Chadwlck Nicolas Herrera, M. C. Ortiz, E. W. Dobson and J. Porter Jones, Chairman Hubbell having left for Las Vegas last night. The delegates of the Perfecto Armljo party were at the depot as tollows: Jesus Romero, F. W. Clancy F. B. Romero, Perfecto Armljo, A. B Stroup. B. Ruppe. E. S. Stover. San tiago OarAtX, 'L: Ww Galle8."They are going to Las Vegas to contest the seats of the regular republican dele gates. SANTA FE WANTS CITY DUMPING GROUNDS STRONG EVIDENCE THAT YARDS WILL BE MOVED AT AN EARLY DATE. That the S.inta re Is really going to move the local yards south of thetr present location Is evident from a proposition the company has made the city to oily some land owned by the city just south of th 'southern limit of the city and next the Rail road tracks. 'Ihe proposition came a few days ago and Aldermen Harrison, Hanley and Larnard and City Attor ney Hickey were appointed a commit tee to deal with the company. Yester day this committee and T. E. Purdy, agent for ihe company, took a look at the ground for the purpose of as certaining whether or not the con vening of the ground into a railroad yard would Interfere In any way with a sewer outlet, which Is on it. The property is some the city has been using lor a dumping ground. The commit-ee will report the result .of Its findings at the next meeting of the council. It is the opinion of several of the eouncllmen that the city will sell the land to the company for what It cost. If the railroad yards are moved as ar sou h as this piece of ground and the yards enlarged some, the no'th -nd should bo below the Coal avenue viaduct. This will do away with all switching in the vicinity of Railroad ivenue. FIRST STREET SWITCH WILL BE MOVED CHANGE MEANS THE LAYING OF SINGLE TRACK ON SECOND STREET FROM GOLD TO RAILROAD. T.ie Firs' street switch is to be lone away with and in its place will ne laid a single track. This was de rided yesfrdsy afternoon when the city council, after due con.-itlera'ion and the gaining of the consent of the Retail Merchants association, granted ttie Traction company permission ! Iiy a single -rack on Second street hi (ween Gold avenue ami Railroad avenue. The council held a special meeting tor the purpose of taking the matter in hand. H A .(astro, represented the company at the met ting and ac cepted the grant of the council witn thanks, though I;, was not necessary tor the company to ask the council for the grant as by it's franchise the company may lay tracks in a.iv street in the city. Mr. Jastro said 'ltwt ne had b.en tsked fa remove the switch from FlriM street and that he woull I'We to do ho. bin first, iie would have to find K'lti!,. ieam'de meins o get ling urs g'(in- and coming along the Hue past -i( h ctii-M- takV :te p'; e or the First street switch, and this only other means was a track through Second street to form a Junction with the Barleas extension anj the Rail road avenue tangent. This h thought would take tne place of the First street swl th as it could be so ar ranged that cars going smith could piss on a single track on First street while cars north bound could pass on n single track on Second street, but before he did anything in the matter he wanted first to get the consent of all concerned, so that there would be no kick coming after the work was done. This Is way he took the matter tuiorc 'he city council. The Traction company proposes to make the changes at once. suit exmTprItty SILVER CITY ROMANCE CON OF COL. GRAYSON, ALIAS MERRILL, SAYS FATHER WAS BLACK MAILED AND ASKS FOR DAMAGES. The masquerading in this country a few years ago of a Boston embertter calling himself Col. Gravson, has been exhumed by a suit filed In the east by one Wlnthrop Merrill, who declares himself to be the son of the raid Grayson, who aiterward proved to be Moody Merrill, and opens for tne press again one of the prettiest stories ever romanced. The son say? that his father was wronged and black mailed and asks for 13.000 damages lrom the partus so wronging his par ent. A dispatca received here yester nay announcing the suit does not give the names of the defendants of the suit. The western end of the romance centers In Silver City, where the masked Merrill mistd as a richeous- man and held the position or presi dent of the Silver City National bank pnd the esteem of every citizen of the town. One day a detective came along and took Col. Grayson into custody "You're wanted In Bjston. and your name is Merrill,' the deective told 'he colonel. Back In Boston, the colonel confes sed and after a short term In Jail, was released on ball, finally dying under circumstance which smacked of suicide. DECIDING ON EQUIPMENT FOR ASH FORK EATING HOUSE SUPT. JACOBSEN SAYS THAT THE NEEDLES HOUSE WILL COST $150,000 SIMILAR TO ALVARADO. J. T. Jacobsen, superintendent for Fred Harvey on the Santa Fe coast lines. Is In the cl-ty to remain several days and confer with Superintendent John Stein regarding equipment for the new Harvey house at Ash Fork. The Ash Fork Harvey house has Just been completed at a cost of $150,000, to' replace an old wood shack whicn burned alsiut two years ngo. The new lionse has sixty rooms and all the con veniences of a modern hotel. Mr.. Jacobsen says that -he new Harvey house to be built at Needles to replace tne one burned there re cently will cost 4150,01)0 and it also will have sixty rooms. It will be con structed of re-enforced concreate and will have broad varandas running around it, very much the same as the Alvarado. POLICE FOUND CRAZY MAN CATALINO LOBATO WHO TRIED TO KILL MANUEL BENEVID AS IN HILLS, NOW IN SANTA FE JAIL. Mounted Policeman Rafael Gomez, was detailed by Captiln Fred F;rnoff of the Mounted Police, Wednesday to look for Cataliito Ubato. the insane man who was running amuck in the foeithills north of Santa Fe and after a long search, found and arrested him. Loliato was skulking here and there among the dwarf trees In the foithil!s but made no resistance when the of ficer called to him. When askeil u-h.v he was dolus out there all alone he replied: "All of this lam) Is mine- it :is given to nie by a Santa Fe man and 1 must stay and watch It. No one has the right to cut wood here." I lie poor fe OW ev blentlv bellevi .1 he was protect Ins- his when he dra Manuel Benevidas. a wood chopper, from the hillH wiih an ax Tuesday morning. Lobato will be taken Into court ami his inentil condition looked into by physician-. If iie is dangerously Insane, be will ue piacej in an asylum. . L. B. PUTNEY BADLY HURT IN FALL The Kvf.ninv Plllv,.,, lo.'.w.l v... terday afternoon, with a great dial of regret, ihat an accident happened to Mrs. L. B. Putney ihe other day it Lawrence, Kansas, that came very i-ear resulting in the death of this most esteemed lndv Mrs. I'ntnev has been visiting reiaives at Lawrence, and, in attempting to go down stairs from the seeotiil ulnrv m tin, r..ui.ti,n,... she was stopping, the heel of h r shoe caugni in some manner, ami she tell headlong down ihe stairs. For a time she was uneonscioiii but h nhvsiclan was hastily thetcafter rallied. The ladv is ImHlv bruised alsiui the head, face an body and is coming home on crutches. She left Lawrence on the No. 1 passt tiger train late yesterday afternoon, anil should reai ii Albuquerque this even ing. STRAWBERRIES PEARS PEACHES BANANAS GRAPES APPLES QUINCES CANTALOUPES. ETC. AT MALOY'S. The Evening Citizen !rXt&f whether it be a matter of business or politics. THE BROWN'S Clean Anything Thai's Clcanable Press Anything That's PressabU Repair Anything Not DtyonJ Redemption French Dry and Steam Cleaning Goods called for and delivered. Out of town orders given prompt attention. 'Phone 270 MR. and MRS. C. F. BROWN 109-111 SILVER AVENUE ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. I. S. Second Hand Clothing Bought and Sold a La er.J if i'rcsfirrc N Can You Solve This Rebus? All I he rcuil'.'w of llila newspaper arc uinliii!U'!Iy familiar with 4h( InlrrcKt ing RcIiiinch which have Ap peared in The Lailies' Home .loiiinal from lime. In time. We have had prepared for iih it Itclius on olnillar linen, mid will fclvu three prize or pii-.seiits of value to tho HihI three persona who solve the Reims correctly. Wu are Bine that this Contest will rreale interest in every home reached hy the Alliiiqueriine KvenlnR Ciliiten. 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