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SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1905.
ALIJUQUEKOUfi EVENING CITIZEN.
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on the installment plan
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W. H.JCreer, Pres.
Solomon Luna, V-Pres.
AT, W. Flournoy, Seo.
D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
THE JAP AND RUS5
ALL FOUR PROMINENT STATESMLN OF THEIR RESPECTIVE COUN
TRIES, AND SOME ARE WELL KNOWN IN THE UNITED STATES.
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As Hnsnlan Minister of JiiHticn, M.
Miirnvli'ff lias worked hard to uino
Horate liio condition or the Russian
He was born in 18.V), and Is de
scended from one of t lie oldest fnml
liea in Kunxia. His Hist inixrtaiit
olfiee was that of p; erfldent of the
criminal section of the senate, which
Is the holiest court in Russia.
Eleven years ago, upon the death
of Manassien, he was appointed mln
itr of justice and started the Judi
cial reform far which he afterwards
His first diplomatic mission of con
sequence was as arbitrator at The
Hague conference of the cases be
tween Venezuela and several EiiiO-1-ean
As the reprtaeniatlve of his pov
crnment . at The Ii:i,ue, he made a
r.:cst pronounced impression upm
the dlplo;int3 of other countries hr
reason of his great oratorical abili'.''.
his liber.il views and his prot nnid
Knowledge of law. In February, last,
l.o wad appoiutiil ambassador to
Itome. whie!. post he now hoi Is.
com m is-
.loner. lie is the p.eent ambassador
:t WuKhington. Daron Rosen comes
trum a very old Russian family of
-Swedish oriRiu. His ancestors fought
:mjer Clustavus Adolphus, Sou years
:igo, and settled In Lithuania, where
the family estates are located.
Tiie Rosens liave distinguished
: hen:s( lvi s as Sjoblb rs, diplomats and
.viileis. A brother of Ibuon Rosen is
.me of the mont eniinent scientists of
Haron Rosen is a state councillor,
hunilie: lain of the imperial, a knight
of the orders of St. Vladmir, St. Ann
:::iJ St. Piituislaus, and is an aecom
plislied Hcholar, musician and lin
guist, spealilns English, German,
French, Italiun and Japaneso.
He was charge d'affaires at Tokyo,
onsul general at New York and late
. ha-rge d'affaires at Washington, dur
i.iv f'resuleni Cleveland's first admin
i tration. From lS!:t until the begin
:i:i:i; of the war with Japan, he was
iiinistcr to Tokyo. He !s a member
if tlie Metiopolitan club at Washing-.fin.
'I'l.e 1 i'.,lc..cll'.lHlVe de.iiv
lifted b.. Jii-iiuu to a:oat an h.'ii-j
.raide sttlletiient of the war. is ll.uoul
Jutor.i Nomura, Japan's present for-1
II . i. Iiii'.iif. 1 i II t
i;n iioiiii-.' 1. i . . ... .
this co.iiiiry and :..; tonner'.y Jap
sines" :iii:'!sti r :it V. ':m 'iin .Ion, where
he was kiii ceeded by Mr. Takahira,
V. !u will as.-ist -It ; It in l e;iresu:it inr
the inle.e.is ot .l::..:in. Fr :ni WasU
liv. ton Ki-mura wis ;eui to St. I'e-
tei-!-.b.:r; :.; pilui: r trom hi; coiin
t iy. Ii n-i 1 ; t.ie wir . a e-i fl-'na
aiid- il'. 1:1. K tn 11 r.i held a I.Uh id. ice
In Japan's foreign mini.-.! i y.
At i.ie !).. nl ihe til Ci.ina
!. i c.iu.e J :.(!:: 1 mini ' r at I'e
kin. lu Y -'Z I; ; ia . .rii ." ti.rein iniit
iS r oi . I. v an an I i 1 . ; 1 .1 I "H .'.'
adroil ta -s and abili'y in g.iiniiu lin-"
h r Japan In -h! ii pi ep ire f. r the
ei.ul!:.'t bet w. . n his loiiutry and Ru-t-ia.
h!c!i li.r tro years nppenrcd in
i:ta!'le. Mr. Ivmmra Is about fia
years old, and was one of the first
japaia'M' to be i-'iit to the I'iried
States to be 1 I'neaied. He w:n grad
iKUvil liotii llaivard and Ii !.!,! a d
rwe li'uw that uuivcriity.
Mr. 'I'ak.i'.iira, the aisuciate of
l'a'ou K n;ur,i, is '.' years old. aiel
was ed icati d at the I'nperial eel-!e-e
at Tol.v i. He -in a l.:r.;!:s:i,
I- reach and Russian Hat n;'y.
rpoti i -rad na: in-. lie :it t .: the
! teis.:i si rviee oi l is cnniavy, and in
ISTa win appointed a''ae!ie at the b--i-at
ion in Wa.-hinv' m. lie was ad
vanced in I,, secietaiy of I ae legation
and 1 e I seine l'l .n'li- as (liarge
d'affai. e... In 1 e cam'. -. ci
tary la i he ;..-ii .-'i i:, r .1! 'I'olyo.
Snlise piei.i !v, b,. 1 . i , mi' 1 hane
a, a::.! cou.-ni!
general at Sh.iimhai.
In 1 Ml 1 he w m-eb- 1 l.i- f ef file
. a a ie.ii , ,i, . .-. 1 n; -.ii minis-
' : .. at Te.. ... ; .id a y ar ! 1 r v. i
i :.t as 1 , .11 -nl gi 111 I al i .1 New Vei l..
. , it t ia.t b. Pei i.:a inj.i.-ti r n .- i
!' nt at 'I'll 0 llau -, i-iini.- ! r to Italy
ami to A-i.-naa liutitrary. linring the
( '.'iMia-.Iiii.ai'i -,. wiir he rendered val
liable service to his country, for
which he was made assistant minister
of foreign aft a lis, which otlice he held
until he was .-. i.t a; lutui-ter. i.t tin.-.
THIS MAN DANCE
INTENDED TO PLAY JOKE ON HER
BUT SHE WAS ONTO HIM AND
TURNED TABLES PROMPTLY.
To l.o held up by a.mnn is even now
an uncommon occurrence in peaceful
Arizona-, but to lie he'd up by a woman
and to be made to dance a jig under
most embarrassing circumstances Is
an extraordinary occurrence and wor
thy of more than passing notice, Bays
the Prescott Herald.
Two youns and datk haired sons of
Arizona who found great delight In
playing planks upon alady of Roose
velt brought matters to n crisis de
cently by inducing several other
young women to go to the heroine in
iiuestlon and tell her a letter was
awaiting hur in tho postofllee.
The lady sent fur, immediately loft
her household duties und started for
the postotlice. Fpon arriving tiieie
siie saw one of the. young men dive
under a table, and suspecting that
some trick had bet n played 011 her,
took a waltz step to the right, picked
up a 4-!-ca!iber Colt, belonging to
1'ustmaster Thompson, and twirling
It around her second linger to in
sure its proper balance, called out to
the remaining sun to dance.
Realizing that the 44 was loaded,
and furthermoie, ihat the lady was In
deadly earnest, hL. began to dance.
Iianclng baving been strictly in his
line, he did his best to phase, and
only escaped a terrible fate by leap
ing through a window.
Rumor has It that 110 further tricks
will he played on thu ladv ami ihit
the son of Roosevelt has received a '
standing offer from a Chicago danco
hall to invent and toacli ,iew steps. I
Prohanly in the future the postman-'
ter will be more careful witli his 44
Colt und at least keep It bryond a
lady's reach. I
No one can see how the one under
Ihe talde escaped. Perhaps throut-hl
a knot hole, for ho is small, but iio!
himself cannot till.
Captain Anderson, the old warrior
who fought Indians In the southwest
prior to the civil war and who 1ms an
army record of which he Is proud, Is
now a patient at the Ladies' Home,
says the Optic. He is a great sufferer
from asthma and seeks relief for tho
malady in these parts, of which ho has
heard so much bctwYeu column rules
and book covers.
Joseph Wise, a cattleman, was re
cently lined $aP0 for undervaluing lint)
head of cattle ho shipped over the line
from Mexico. He valued the cattle at
$14 a head. He contested payment of
fine, and government agent sent out
from the east sustained his valuation
of tho stock.
A Surprise Party.
A plensnnt Biirprlso party may lie
glvpn to your Ktiiniiich ami liver Pv
tiiktiij; a 1111 illi'lno which will relievo
their pnln and illnoomroit, vlx: Ir.
Kinvr'n New l.lfp nils. Thry are a nniHt
wonderful remedy, nfTnrdtntr mire relief
ami ,cur for tiendiii-li, illziie ss und
constipation. 2:.c at nil druggists.
Thomas V. Voctter. clerk at the
Vniteil States Indian Trading- school,
Santa FY, left for Fort Wayne, Indiana
to spend his vacation. Mr. Voetter
has been conscientious nnd efficient in
the discharge of his duties and has
earned his vacation.
Forced to Starve.
11. F. I.'il;, of Concord, Ky., avn:
"Fur L'D years 1 Buffered okoiOi-b, with
a sore on my upper Up, eo painful mime.
time's Unit 1 oiihl not ent. After vainly
trying every I hint? t ine, 1 cured It with
Hiiekli ii's Arnica Snlve." It a prent for
tnirns, cuts and woi.nds. At nil drug
gists; only 2Tie.
Hurt fl. Phillips, who has been paint
ing Indians and Pueblo scenery In the
territory, has disposed of several oil
paintines to Santa Fo people.
The board of (Mrictors of the New
Mexico hospital for tho Insane at Las
Vegas at their recent, meeting author
ized Holt & Ho t to proceed with tho
select'on of a locution for.a reservoir,
the plan being fo establish a complete
water system for the institution, tho
water to be furnishud by the new well.
1 TRACTION PARK
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By Wade Musical Co.
Palm Gardens 2ic.
Reset vo seats 011 sale at Maisou's .stationery store,
0 a. in , to 1; p. m. Curtain ial-es at 8:1j p. m.
fHiwwniMimiiiiiM.1 ii 1 11 lrrr
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, '05
Loans and Discounts $1,198,504.92
Bonds, Stocks, Real Estate 55,428.12
Banking House and Furniture 38,500.00
United States Bonds.... $ 323,000.00
Caih and Exchange 1,265,732.12 1,588,732.12
Capital and Profits 259,404.42
Dividend No. 38 20,000.00
Total V, $2,881,165.1
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Phones, Auto 108; Colo. Black 265.
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R PUCCETTI &L GIAGOMELLI,
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There is no warm weather beverage that can
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