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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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100, $150, $200 per Lot $10 Down One Dollai per VJeeh
You will never have a better opportunity in all your life to own your own home. You will never miss $1.00 K
a week and it may be a nest egg when you can't work N
SURETY INVESTMENT COMPANY
W. H. Greer, Pres. Solomon Luna, V-Pres. M, W. Flournoy, Sec. D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
PAUL JONES' REMAINS ESCORTED
BY FRENCH SOLDIERS IN PARIS
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SCENE WHEV THE COFFIN WAS BEING TAKEN TO THE AMERICAN CHURCH FOR THE
MONIES IN THE FRENCH CAPITAL AMERICAN MARINES ARE SEEN ALONGSIDE THE GUN CARRIAGE
CLEVER WOMAN INVADES
SCENE PAINTING FIELD
San Francisco, July 21. A woman
Bitting on a bridge at a dizzy height
in the rear of the stage in an Oakland
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theater, painting In with bold strokes
skies and trees and castlea, proves the
ability of her sex to keep pace with
the masculine gender in the following
of any profession.
For centuries there has always been
one field at least whose bounds have
not been crossed by woman in search
of her dally bread.
Scene painting has always been a
profession distinctly masculine in its
atmosphere and requirements, for who
could imagine a woman, hopping onto
a swaying bridge suspended in midair,
balancing herself on its narrow plank
as she wielded a big flat brush?
The imagination and realization of
such work for a woman was reserved
for Miss Grace Wishaar,. a western
girl, young, pretyt of face, with a glor
ious crown of brown hair and a figure
tall and straight as an Indian.
Like many a fellow artist, the young
woman realized very early in her ca
reer the bitterness of the struggle at
tending an artist's climb o success.
Under the pinch of neeesiity her eyes
turned to the tempting price paid to
scene palners for their work. She de
termined to try what no other woman
had even dared. She offered her ser
vices. She was laughed at and told to
go home and take up embroidery. She
persisted. Finally a New York man
ager listened. He good naturedly gave
her an opportunity to prove her abil
ity. She was a success from the very
start. Much of the scenery of the
"Casino Girl" was the result of her
While Miss Wishaar has gained
fame and a good living from her scene
painting, she is devoting herself to a
branch of art that no doubt in time
will bring her fame of the highest
type. Her nn!ature painting shows
the most exquisite appreciation of the
value of colors. A rare skill in catch
ing her subject's likeness, combined
with a most subtle blending of tones
make her miniature work worthy of
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ine praise oi me raosi criucut
successful. They caught seven; but
as one of them had legs, it was not
counted. Returning to the city with
the trophies of their rods, they made
a present of the entire catch to Judge
W. H. Burke, of the Zeiger cafe. The
Judge, determined not to be outdone
in hosDitalitv and liberality, had the
fish cooked and served as a fish din
ner to Aaron Flory, W. J. Zlrhut and
Then there was feasting. Each fish,
the largest of which was not less than
two inches long, lay upon a platter
two feet In length, and was garnished
with a leaf of lettuce and a Saratoga
chip. There were a number of peo
ple in the cafo, but as their names
had not been put In the pot, they
could but stand by in envy and watch
the gormands lick the platteis clean.
ARIZONIANS FALL HEIR
TO MANY MILLIONS
CON O'KEEFE ONE OF TWENTY
NINE CLAIMANT OF E8TATE
SUMPTUOUS FISH DINNER
SERVED TO FISHERMEN
Aaron Flory organized a fishing
party the other morning. He and
friends went down in a hack to the
fishing grounds Just below town. They
took with them the latest and best in
the way of taekle, halt, and other ap
pliances. Nor did they forget refreshments
for the inner mau, both solid and
liquid. They did not emulate the
Knights Templar from MayBville, Ky.,
who a few years apo went o the tri
ennial conclave at Cleveland, Ohio,
and having ever since been embalmed
in history as the "12 22-46," because
there were 12 knights, 22 musicians
and 4G Rallons of bourbon in the out
fit. Still, the Albuquerque fishermen
were well supplied, for they were de
termined to suffer neither from hun
ger nor from thirst.
So, too, their fishing was eminently
DEATH OF SQUAW
Meguelito's Wife Gives Up
Brave Fight for Life
After Long Illness,
GIVEN AN INDIAN BURIAL TODAY
After weeks of suffering, Agippa.
wife of Meguellto, Indian brave and
medicine man of the Navajos, sur
rendered to death last evening at the
little hog an on the banks of the Rio
Grande, where she was removed a
few days ago, after the doctors at
St. Joseph's hospital had exhausted
every effort known to science to stay,
the hand of death.
Up to noon yesterday, hopes were
entertained that Agippa might get
well, but later in the afternoonhe be
gan to sink rapidly and Manager Her
man Sweitzer, of the Harvey curio
department, was sent for. When lie
arrived at the hogan be was met by j
Meguellto. The brave shook his head.'
He knew the end was near, and could
not sneak because of the grief that
was in his heart. I
Mr. Sweitzer entered the hogan
and knelt by the bedside of the dying
Indian. She turned her head and
smiled a recognition, placing her
hand in his. Soon afterward she be
gan to grow weaker, and seeing that
the end was rapidly approaching, be
left, in order that Meguellto might be
alone with Agippa during her last
When Mr. Sweitzer heard that
death had olalmed the faithful woman
he directed O. Wl Strong's Sons to
send the ambulance to get the body.
In order that It mlgbt be prepared for
burial. This -vas done, and after plac
ing the body h. the ambulance, the In
dians gathered together all the shawls,
clothes, rings and other treasures
that hal been the dead woman's and
placed them with the body. Meguellto
then gave instructions that she be
burled with these shawls about her,
together with her beads, bracelets and
This wish was complied with. The
funeral was beld this afternoon and
was attended by all the Indians that
make the curio building their head
quarters. The service. In accordance
TWO OPEN LETTERS
IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN
Mr. Mary Dlmmick or Washington tells
How Lydla. B. Plnkham'a Vegetable
Compound Mad Hr Wall.
On our entire line of high grade SUMMER NOVELTY WOOL
ENS. These price reductions are in effect for thirty days only:
All $30 Suits Reduced to $25
All $35 Suits Reduced to $M
All 140 Suits Reduced to 135
All $45 Suits Reduced to $
TROUSERS. .. .
All $10 Pants Reduced to $8
All $12 Pants Reduced to $lv
All $14 Pants Reduced to $10
F. TOMEI & BRO.
Con O'Keefe, county treasurer of
Santa Cruz county and well known
throughout Arizona, particularly in
Jerome, where he once resided, Is the
recipient of as big a piece of good luck
as generally falls to the lot of man. He
has received news that he, together
with his brother Timothy, Is heir to
the estate of a granduncie which
mounts well up into the millions. The
Oasis has the following to says of Mr.
The news of Denis O'Keefe's death
and the millions he left was brought
to Nogales Thursday in a letter re
ceived by Con O'Keefe from a New
York lawyer. The lawyer stated that
he was atcing dor the administrator
of the estate of Penis O'Keefe, who
died some years ago In Texas, and
whose reiatives were supposed to be
in Ireland. Search In Ireland revealed
the face that there are twenty-seven
heirs, and a summing up of the prop
erty of the deceased shows a trifling
amount like $55,01)0,000 to be distri
buted among the twenty-seven O'Keef
es of whom the lawyer asserts Con
and Tim of Nogales are two, and there
fore entitled to something like $2,000,-
Con says he knew years ago that his
granduncie was In Texas, having come
to that state from Australia, where he
niaile a stake in mining. He Bays he
always thought nia granduncie was a
married man, with a family, but never
took enough Interest In him to look
The Springer Stockman says: On
Friday evening of laot week, Pedro
Quintana and Emeliano Jaramillo,
who are employed on the section,
were badly hurt by a band car, the
former about the head and the lat
ter In the back. For a time It was
thought both were dangerously hurt.
They were pumping the hand car 'in
front, when the bandle bar broke,
throwing them both off in front, and
the car running over them. They were
considered out of danger by their phy
slctan and improving very nicely.
It is with great pleasure we publish
the following letters, as tbey convino
Ingly prove the claim we have so many
times made in our columns that Mrs.
Pinkham, of Lynn, Mass., is fully quali
fied to give helpful sd vice to sick women!
Read Mrs. Diumiiek's letters.
Her first letter:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham
" I have been a itirlVrer for the past eight
years with a trouble which first originated
from painful me ustniation tha paiim wcrs
excruciating, with iiiHiunniatinn and ulcera
tion of tbe womb. 1 ue aocuir utya i uuis
have an operation or I cannot live. I do not
want to submit to au oiwratiou if I can potnii
bly avoid it. Plea help mo." ilnt Alary
Liunmick, Washington, l. C
Her second letter;
TVa. Xfra PfiiLliHin
' You will remember my condition 0 i
last wrote you, and tliat tbe dot-tor said I
must have an oiierutiou or I could not Uva.
I received your kind letter and followed your
advk'a very carefully and am now entirely
weuT A my case was ao lerious it eern a
miracle that I am cured. I know that I owe
not only my health but my bfe to I.ydia E.
Pinkhuin'i Vegetable Comiiound and to your
advice. I cau walk milea without an ache or
a paiu, and I wih every suffering woman
would read this letter and realize what you
can do for thein." Mm. Mary Iiinimick.Sutn
and Kat Capitol Streets, Washington, 1). O.
How easy it was for Mrs. Dimmick to
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass..
and how little it cost hei- a two-cent
stamp. Yet how valuable was the reply I
As Mrs. Dimmick says it saved her life.
Mrs. Pinkham has on tile thousands
of just such letters as the above, and
offers ailing' women helpful adruis.
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 91,198,504.92
Bonds, Stocks, Real Estate 65,428.12
Banking House and Furniture 38,500.00
United States Bonds.... $ 323,000.00
Cash and Exchange..... 1,265,732.12 1,588,732.12
Capital and Profits 259,404.42
Dividend No. 38 20,000.00
DEPOSITORY OF THE A., T. & S. F. RAILWAY SYSTEM
a f. c
BOTTLED IN BOND.
THE GEO. T. STAG6 CO.
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerque. New Mexico
AUTOMATIC PHONE 189.
with Indian customs, consisted of a
chant by the Indians about the body
as it lay In the chapel at O. V.
Strong's Son's undertaking parlors.
After this was over, the remains were
taken to Fairview cemetery and laid
to rest In tbe Indian burial plot. '
Manager Sweitzer, in speaking of
the death of the faithful Indian wom
an, said that she was one of the most
expert weavers he had ever seen and
was very popular with the members of
her tribe. Her death will be a source
of mourning among tbe Navajos for
Jay Hubbs, proprietor of the Albu
querque steam laundry, has returned
from a business trip to Chicago, where
he purchased the machinery for his
new laundry plant at Del Rio, Texas
Del Rio Is one of the coming towns
In the western part of Texas and a
number of Albuquerque men have
business Interests there.
"GOLDEN STATE LIMITED"
THE MOST PERFECTLY APPOINT
ED TRAIN IN AMERICA.
In view of the Increased popularity
of trains numbered 43 and 44, more
familiarly known as the
"GOLDEN STATE LIMITED."
t has been decided to continue this
rain In transcontinental service
hroughout the season. Instead of dis
continuing the same with the close of
winter tourist travel, as formerly.
This train, consisting of buffet library
car, standard and tourist sleepers, be
tween Chicago, Los Angeles, Santa
Harbara and San Francisco, will be
operated daily, on tbe same schedule
is effective during the" winter months.
It will be noted that these schedules
afford the quickest time between
points in California, Arizona, New
Mexico, Texas, and the entire south
west, and Kansas City, St. Louis, Chi
cago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Buffalo,
Washington, Philadelphia, New York,
Uoston.and all points east.
Your liberal patronage the last few
months has assured tbe popularity oi
this train, and in an endeavor to fur-
ber serve you it has been decided to
not discontinue this service, as has
Soliciting a continuance of your
patronage, L am very truly yours,
A. N. BROWN,
General Passenger Agent, El Paso &
, Northeastern System, El Paso, Tex.
WITH OUR PILSNER BEER
Is what we are doing with every one who tests
its delicious flavor and strengthening qualities.
There is no warm weather beverage that can
compare with this refreshing drink on a warm
day. It is not only pleasant to taste but is in
vigorating and wholesome. $3 per case of 2, dozen
quarts. $2 per case 2 dozen pints.
Southwestern Brewery & Ice Company
Auto. Phone 292.
ASK FOR DIAMOND ICE
Colo. Phons 93
Auto, 'Phone No. 316 Residence Auto. 'Phone No, 2Q9
Bell 'Phone No. 115
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