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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1905.
ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THE PASSING OF JOHN HAY,
POET, EDITOR AND STATESMAN
. & m
Newbnry, N. H., July 1. At 12:26
this morning. Secretary of State,
John Hay, died almost without warn
ing to his family and physicians. At
10 o'clock last night he bade good
night to Mrs. Hay and his physicians,
Dra. Murphy and Scudder, after one
of the best days he had had since his
Illness. A few moments after 12,
midnight, he called the nurse, and
bad his physicians summoned. They
found him breathing heavily. Mrs.
Hay was summoned, and in a few
moments the secretary was dead. The
cause of death is supposed to have
been a blood clot in the pulmonary
circulation.
His Life and Labors.
John Hay was born in Salem, Ind.,
October 8, 1838.
The son of Dr. Chas. Hay, whose
wife" was He'.en Leonard, John re
ceived a common school education
at Warsaw, 111., academic in Spring
Held, 111., and was a graduate of
Brown university in 1858. His col-
legiate titles from Brown were A.
M., ISj. D., and the latter title was
also conferred by Yale, Harvard,
Princeton and Western Reserve uni
versities. His career from the time of leav
ing collegiate life was extremely
rapid In advancement. Hay was ad
mitted to the Illinois bar; he be
came one of the private secretaries
of President Lincoln and was with
him until his death. As Lincoln's
sild Hay served on the field and
arned the rank of colonel.
Diplomatically Hay's career has
been as extensive as brilliant. After
the war he was sent to Paris as sec
rtary of legation, and served in a
similar capacity In Madrid and Vi
enna. Field of Journalism.
In 1870 he turned to newspaper
work and became an editor on the
New York Tribune. Coming to
Cleveland, O., later on, he married
Clara Stone, daughter of Amasa
Stone, a millionaire.
Of the children born to them, the
ad death of Adelbert Hay, who fell
from a window at New Haven,
Conn.. Is of comparatively recent
recollection.
In 1897 and 1898, as ambassador
to England, Hay's diplomatic tal
ents obtained universal recognition.
As secretary of state, to which of
fice he was appointed by McKlnley
la 1898, the feature of the Hay pol
icy was the substitution of truth
telling for lying. In this respect he
set all traditions of diplomacy aside.
The shade of Talleyrand must
have groaned could it have heard
th utterances of Hay.
No less than 40 treaties were ne
gotiated by Hay. The most impor
tant, probably, was the Hay-Paunce-fote,
which paved the way for the
construction of the .Panama canal
y abolishing the old Clayton
Bulwer treaty, which for years had
been a thorn in the aide of the
United States, preventing, as it did,
the construction of the canal with
out the consent of foreign powers,
chiefly of Great Britain. '
Two treaties were negotiated to
bring about this result, the first
having been rejected by the senate.
much to the chagrin of Hay, who
considered that England bad con
descended greatly In yielding to the
United States. A second and even
Ktoret liberal treaty, however, was
SEMI-ANNUAL PEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, N.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $1,198,504.92
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
Total
DEPOSITORY OF
.) rfimitmsr
later secured and ratified by the
senate.
It was Hay's guidance that led to
the United States' taking the lead
in the diplomacy of the Orient,
where the United States has stood
for the territorial integrity of the
Chinese empire, and the open door
for American trade.
Position as Poet.
Had Hay never shone as a dlplo
maticv star he would be remembered
as luminary in the world of litera
ture, and, strange to say, Hay was
forever endeavoring to live down his
literary reputation.
His greatest work, undoubtedly in
popular estimation, was the thrill
ing story In verse of "Jim Bludso,
or the Wreck of the Prairie Belle."
Some people scorn Jim on the
grounds that he was immoral that
ho had two wives but who that has
ever read the story will forget the
magnificent heroism that sent him
to- his death while he saved the pas
sengers under his charge?
"Little Breeches" Is another of
Hay's efforts popularly cherished,
and. like "Jim Bludso," in later life,
Hav hated to hear of it.
He thought that chroniclers, writ
ting of his literary efforts, should
give prominence to "Castllllan
Days." "Translation of Castelar's
Democracy In Europe," "History of
Abraham Lincoln" (with John O.
Nlcolay), and his addresses on Sir
Walter Scott and Lafayette.
But people prefer "Jim Bludso
and "Little Breeches." It Is re
mindful of Guonod, who proclaimed
his famous march in Faust as mere
rot, composed to please an Ignorant
public fancy, yet that march will be
hummed, probably, when the pre
tentious orchestrations of the opera
aro forgotten.
JIM
BLUDSO OF THE
BELLE.
PRAIRIE
By John Hay.
Wall, no! I can't tell whar he lives,
Because he don't live, you see;
LeaHtways, he's got out of the habit
Of Hvln' like you and me.
Whar have you been for the last
three year,
That you haven't heard folk tell
How Jimmy Bludso passed In his
checks
The night of the Prairie Belle?
He wern't no saint them en
gineers Is all pretty much alike
One wife in Natchez-under-fthe-Hill,
And another one here, In Pike;
A keerless man in his talk was Jim,
And an awkward hand in a row.
But he never flunked, and he never
lied,
I reckon he never knowed how.
And this was all the religion he
had,
To treat his engine well;
Never to bo passed on the river;
To mind the pilot's bell;
And if ever the Prairie Belle took
fire,
A thousand times he swore,
He'd hold her nozzle agin the bank
'Till tlie last soul got ashore.
All boats has their day on the
Mlsslssip,
And her day come at last
The Movastar was a better boat.
But the Belle she WOULDN'T be
passed.
M.f AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, '05
Capital and Profit
Circulation
Deposits
Dividend No. 38
$2,881,165.18
Total
THE A., T. & S. F.
And no she com tearln' along that
night
The oldont craft on the line
With a nigger squat on ber safety
alve,
And her furnace crammed, rosin
and pine.
The fire burst out as she clared the
bar.
And burnt a hole In the night.
And quick as a flash she turned, and
made
For that wlllcr-bank on the right.
There was runnln and cursln', but
Jim yelled out,
Over ali the lnfornal roar.
"I'll hold her noirle agin the
bank
Till the last galoot's ashore."
Through the hot, black breath of
the burnln' boat
Jim Bludso' voice was heard,
And they all had trust In his cussed-
ness.
And knowed ho would keep his
word.
And, sure's you're born, they all got
off
Afore the smokestacks fell
And Bludso's ghost went up alone
In the smoke of the Prairie Belle.
He weren't no saint but at Jedg
ment I'd run my chance with Jim,
'Longside of some pious gentlemen
That wouldn't Bhook hands with
him.
dead-sure
He seen
his duty, a
thing
And went for It thar and then;
And Christ ain't a-going to be too
hard
On a man that died for men.
WOMAN WINS FAMfc
AS BERTILLION EXPERT
San Francisco, July 1. M'bb Nell
Haven, of this city. Is the only woman
in the United States who is recog
nized by the government as an ex
pert on photography.
In many notable cases this young
woman has been called upon by the
United , States Supreme Court to
give expert testimony as to the
photographing of different subjects,
and her opinion never fails to take
MISS NELL HAVEN
an Important part In the decision of
the court.
Miss Haven has made a particu
lar study of the Bertlllon system.
and her pictures are accepted by the
government as equal to those made
by the great expert in the south of
France. Work of this kind passes
dally through her hands. It was
while acting as assistant to M. A.
Samuels, who does the photographic
work connected with the Immigration
Bureau, that Miss Haven acquired
her wonderful skill.
In addition, the young woman
speaks fluently several languages,
Chinese being one of them. Her
reputation among the Chinese is such
that almost every distinguished visi
tor from the Orient seeks a sitting
before her camera.
BALLAD OF WOE.
Autocar,
Gasoline,
Driver smoked,
Lett the scene.
Little mule,
Silly gill.
Donkey kicked,
Gates of pearl.
Apples green,
Foolish boy,
Collywobbles,
Streets of Joy.
Firecracker,
Reckless kid,
Flowers on
His coflln lid.
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lams
Shoulder.
These are three eosnmon ailment for
which Chamberlain Palln Balm la es
pecially valuable. If Dromotly applied It
will aave you time, money and eufferlns
wnen trouDlea witn nr one or to
Mlmenta. For sale by all dealers.
LIABILITIES
$ 259,404.42
200,000.00
$2,881,165.16
RAILWAY
2,401,760.74
20,000.00 1
IIImhiiw I
Baiting Povdoi
IS
NOT MADE
2y a Trust
The manufacturers are satisfied with a
reasonable profit ar,d give you a perfect
baking powder for a moderate price.
250uncesfor25Ccnls
IAVB TUB COUPQNt.1
BASE BALL
American League.
At Boston R. H. B.
Boston a
Washington 1 6 3
At New York K. n. a.
New York 1
Philadelphia 7 13 1
At Cleveland R. H. B
Cleveland 2 8 0
Detroit 0 '
At St, Louis St. Louis-cmcago
game postponed on account of rain.
National League.
At Philadelphia R. H.E.
Boston 3 7 0
Philadelphia 7 13 0
At Brooklyn R- H. Jfi.
New York 12 6
Brooklyn 6 7 1
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Pittsburg 3 8 0
St. Louis o i
Western League.
At Des Moines R. H. B
Des Moines 10 14 2
St. JoaeDh 2 7 0
At Rnnx C.ttv R. H.E.
Sioux City 2 4 0
Omaha 5 10 2
American Association.
At Louisville
Ixnilsville
Columbus
At Indianapolis
Indianapolis
Toledo 7
, At Minneapolis Minneapolis-Kan
sas City game postponed on account
of rain.
Mr.
Lawson's "Forty Cents on the
Dollar."
Thomas W. Lawson is appealing to
all policy holders in the three great
life insurance companies of New
York city to rally around him while
he makes war on the "system." One
of his great aims, as he sets it forth.
Is: "The reduction of future pre;
mlum payments to forty cents on the
dollar of wnat you now pay.
It is to be hoped that no policy
holder will so much as send his
name provisionally to Mr. Lawson
beforeii? looks into this question of
thn "forty cents on the dollar." The
Information he needs Is available In
anv book or encyclopedia article on
Ufa insurance.
The policy holder will learn that life
insurance Is. not a charity or a gam
ble, but a business based on mathe
matics and cold statistics.
He will loam that mortality tables
are in existence which show tne prob
abilities of death of men at each age,
based on the actual experience gath
ered in the insurance business.
He will learn that the net pre
mium" that must be paid for insur
ance Is calculated directly from these
tables; that this "net premium' is
the amount that must be paid on the
averaca to meet fleam claims,
tlrely without regard to expenses of
conducting the business, ana tnat u
these net premiums are not saved
un Dennv for penny for exclusive
use in paying death losses, the com-
nanv Is bound straight lor Dan
niDtsy.
He will learn that to cover tne ex
penses of the business, these net pre
miums are "loaded" by adding a per
centage.of their amount. The net
premium, nlus the load, gives tne
groBs premium which he pays for this
policy.
Finally, he will learn that tne ioao
Ing rarely, if ever, exceeds 40 per
cent, even in the classes of policies
that must nay the highest rate. The
new International Encyclopedia, says,
In summing up the pertinent facts:
"Of the gross piemlums therefore,
from 16 2-3 to 30 per cent Is load
lng."
Now. if the current premium rates
In this country are loaded only to the
extent of 30 per cent, so that on
the average, at least 70 per cent of
the premium money must be set
aside to meet losses, bow can any
man honestly propose a scheme which
will reduce premiums to 40 per cent
of their Diesent size? Is not such
proposal a deliberate bid for bank
ruptcyT
Whatever opinion people may hold
of Mr. Lawson In his role of a "voice
crying in the wilderness," they should
Judge htm in this rase on a basis of
Incontestable figures, and act accord
ingly. Chicago Record-Herald.
Proposals for Wood and Hay: Al
buquerque. New Mexico, June 13, 1905.
Scaled proposals Indorsed "Proposals
for 'wood' or 'hay,' " as the case may
be, and addressed to the undersigned
at Albuquerque, New Mexico, will be
received at the Indian school until 2
o'clock p. m. of July 12, 1905, for fur
nishing and delivering at the ecnooi
as required during the fiscal year end
ing June 30, 1906, about 75 cords of
wood and 50 tons of bay, as per spec
ifications obtainable at the school.
Bidders will state specifically the
price of the wood and hay to be of-
dered under contract. The supplies so
offered will be subject to rigid Inspec
tion. The right is reservod to reject
any and all bids, or any part of any
bid. It deemed for the best interests
of the service. Each bid must be ac
companied by a certified check or
draft upon some United States depos
itory or solvent national bank in the
vicinity of the residence of the bid
der, made payable to the order of the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for
at least 6 per cent of the amount of
the proposal, which check or draft will
be forfeited to the United States in
case any bidder or bidders receiving
an award shall fail to execute prompt
ly a satisfactory contract in accord
ance with his bid; otherwise to be re
turned to the bidder. For further In
formation, apply to James K. Allen,
superintendent.
DOES YOUR COPFEE BUIT YOUf
CHASE A SANOBORN't AT MA-
LOY'S.
CLAGGiriLD ADG
NoUoAM classified advertisements
or rather "liners one eent a word
for each Insertion. Minimum charge
for any elaaslflsd advertisement, 15
cents per Issue, In order to Insure
proper classification sll "liners'
should be left at this office not later
than t o'clock, p. m.
WANT 3.
WANTED Three painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Bell boy. Savoy hotel.
WANTED By a refined lady position
aa housekeeper, about 30 years oia;
no trlflers need reply. Address H.
8.. Citizen office.
WANTED Position as Infant's nurse,
experienced. Furnish references.
drone H. M . Citizen office.
WANTED Good, all-around black
smith for logging camp, uennam
Indian Trading company.
WANTED Boy to help in kitchen at
Robert' Restaurant. '
WANTED Three carpenters, experi
enced in mill work. Burro Moun
tain Copper company. Silver City,
N. M.
WANTED A first-class laundress for
Mondays, at corner of Sixth and
Roma avenue.
WANTED Dining room girl at Col
umbus hotel.
WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand
clothing. No. (15 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WOULD YOU accept a position that
will pay you a stiaight salary of
$3.50 per day, (121 per week), for
whole or spare time If so, write
us at once. This is no book can
vassing scheme, but a straight-forward
business proposition, -which
will be as permanent as you may
be able to make It, and will afford
an excellent chance for promotion.
No bond, red taps nor unreasonable
requirements. Act quickly, as we
wish to employ some one in your
locality without delay. Sprague
Wholesale company, Wabaeh ave
nue, Chicago.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
bath. 616 North Second street.
FOR RENT Two very cool, pleasant
rooms for light housekeeping or
sleeping rooms for men. Mrs. H. E,
Rutherford, 113 Iron avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms., Inqul.e 506 Atlantic ave
nue.
FOR RENT Rooms for ligrht house
keeping. Inquire 624 West Railroad
avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
In city, single or ensuite, with table
board. 713 West Copper.
oh KENT Nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping cheap for the
summer. Apply 110 Coal ave, east
end of viaduct, Mrs. E. K. "Morris.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Fine retail confection
ery, doing good, profitable ice cream
and soda trade; bon-ton location.
Reasonable price. .Address, C. 90,
this office. ,
FOR SALE An enameled Iron bed
stead, with mattress and springs.
410 South Arno street.
FOR SALE New saddle and bridle.
1010 North Second street, Auto,
'phone, 747.
FOR SALE Six octave organ. In
good repair. Apply at 221 South
Broadway.
FOR SALE One pair work mules,
wagon and harness. Inquire 616
West Coal avenue.
FOR SALE 150 head of mixed. cattle.
mostly steers; one to four years old.
Oscar Liflerlng, Bernardo. N. M.
PERSONAL.
A WEALTHY American girl wants
immediately, kind husband to re
lieve her of business cares. No ob
jections to poor man of good repu
tation. Address Clay, 62 South
Ada, Chicago, 111.
LOST.
LOST Nickel watch, Elks' charm
and fob, engraved F. A. R., No. 174.
Return to R. Massey cigar store
and receive reward.
LOST Black chiffon fan. trimmed
with gilt spangles and pearl han
dle. Return to The Economist and
receive suitable reward.
RAILROAD TICKETS.
Cut Rates.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Money Co Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $200,000. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods to re
main In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us before
borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Kooms 8 and 4, Grant Bldg.,
305 West Railroad Are.
PRIVATE OFFICES.
OPEN EVENINGS.
W A N T E D
We are doing business at the same
place. Why? Because we please the
people, and some of the people please
us by comlno to us with their
troubles. Why have you troubles
when w can take all, and furnish
you the help desired. Try us and be
convinced.
WE WANT AT ONCE
One first-class druggist (elegant po
sition): two grocery clerks: two nrst
class cooks: two waitresses; two
waiters; two chambermaids; three
girls for housework: one housekeep
er; man to wash wagons; man to
care for horses; teamsters; sawyers;
swampers; logging men: blacksmith;
section men; trackmen; men for
lumber and railroad camps.
SHIP AT ONCE.
SO
Laborers and Tearrrter for Rail
road Com (ruction.
Th8 Southwestern Employment
AGENCY
Phone 195 Red Upstair,'
110 touth second street
rrnldtat, SOLOMfrN LCNA, tntWtnt ttsk ef Cesunert.
' Vict rmldtst, W. S. STtlCKLER, Vk Pretldtst ii CasMer task ef Commerce,
tettrtl Ceansd, W. ft. CftUIERS, Utt II. t. Attonwy.
Scatter irs Trcaisrtr, V. I. CKLEI, ftetiOst Albeqatrs.st Trtctlei Ce.
THE CORPORATION ORGANIZATION
AND MANAGEMENT COMPANY
Assumes entire charge of forming companies of all klnde, to do .
business In New Mexico and elsewhere, from preparation of oharter
to completion of organization of company.
Furnishes home office and acts as agent upon whom process may
bo served. Acta as trsnafsr agent In New Mexico. Sees to holding
annual matting and making and filing annuaf and other report.
Keeps stock books and organization In conformity with law. Fur
nisher places of meeting of stockholders and director. Furnish
Ntw Mexico directors. Acts as registrar of stock transfers, and as
trust In mortgage and deed of transfer.
Laws liberal; costs of organization low.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
FULL
Laws Liberal: Cost of Organization Low.
ADDRESS:
The Corporation Organization and Management Company,
117 WEST GOLD AVENUE,
I
ALBUQUERQUE, -
1 AAl Making-,
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. S3 per case ot 2 dozen
quarts. $2 per case 2 dozen pints.
Southwestern Brewety & Ice Company
Auto. Phone 292.
ASK FOR
rroth Homo-Man Cmndlaa m Spec
ialty... .Ico Cream Mado In Any
Quantity tor Partloa, a to.
C. P. Schtt,
DEALER IN
CONFECTIONERY
AND SOFT DRINKS
Second Door North of P. O.
Annual Teachers' Institute and Exam
ination.
Notice la hereby given that In com
pliance with the law the annual teach
ers' Institute for Bernalillo county.
will be held at the court house, uia
Albuquerque, commencing on Monday,
the 3d day of July, 1905, at 10 a, m.,
and will continue In session for the
period of three weeks. Those at
tending will be furnished with a
'Course of Study tor uounty insti
tutes," prepared by the 'territorial
Board of Education for 1005. A com
petent conductor and several promi
imnt educators of the Southwest will
lecture "unon the theory and practice
in teachinz and other kindred sub-
iects.
- . . . . .
The law la mandatory as to auena-
ance on some institute within tho ter
ritory of New Mexico, for those de
siring to teach within the same, andi
who may possess tne proper creden
tials or certificate aa to fitness.
immediately following the annual in
stitute an examination ot teachers will
be held upon the branches of study
provided by the Territorial tsoara or
Education for said purpose.
It Is reaulred by me mat ail tnose
desiring to teach in this county attend
the institute and tnose desiring grades
as teachers attend the examination, as
I will adhere strictly to the rules laid
down by the law.
KSL.AVIU V1U1L
School Superintendent Bernalillo Coun
ty, New Mexico.
Dying of Famine
Is, In its torments, like dying1 of con
umptlon. The proareas of consumption,
from the beginning to the very end. Is a
Inn torturr. both to Tlctlm and friends.
"When I had consumption In He flret
stage," writes Wm. Myere, of Cearfoaa,
Md., "after trying different mediclnee
end a good doctor, In vain, 1 at laat took
Dr. King's New Discovery, which quickly
and perfectly cured me. Prompt relief
end eure cur for eoughe. colde, aore
throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively pre
vents pneumonia. Guaranteed by all
dealer; price 60o and tl.00 a bottle. Trial
bottle free.
o
Scald bead Is an eczema of the scalp
very severe sometimes, but it can
be cured. Doan's Ointment, quick ar.d
permanent In its results. At any drug
store, 50 cents.
Nasal Catarrh quickly yiolde to treat
fient by Ely's Cream lialiu, which is agree.
bly aromatic It is received through the
aostrils, clean sea and heals the whole sur
face over which it diffuses itself. lrugKiiili
sell the 60o. size ; Trial si by mail, 10
eent. Test it and you are sure to continue
tn treatment
Announcement.
To accommodate tUiwe who ur partial
to the us of atomizer in applying liquids
Into th nasal paaaage for mtorrliM inn,
bit, the proprietor prepare Cream 13alm in
fa'quid form, which will be known aa Ely's
Liquid Cream Bnlm, Pric including th
praying tub is 75 oeuU. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form embodies the tued.
lain! propertir of th solid prepatutiou.
AND
INFORMATION FURKISKED
NEW MEXICO
WITH OUR PILSNER BEER
DIAMOND ICE
Colo, Phone 93
THE CELEBRATED
O. F, C
WHISKEY
BOTTLED IN BOND.
THE GEO. T. STAGS CO.,
DimTILLKBB
FRANKFORT, KY.
MELINI & EAKIN
SOLE AGENTS.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
AUTOMATIC PHONE 199.
Rankin & Co1
FIRE INSURANCE '
REAL ESTATE
LOANS
Automatic Phono 4M1,
Room 10. N. T. Armljo Bulldtoe
A, W. HAYDEN
Contractor and Builder!
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Copper Avenue
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M;
Phones, Auto 108; Colo. Black Z6S.
Commercial Hoto
MEALS AT ALL HOUR '
bhort omowmm, t
quick metrvtce, I ..
PRICK RBAmONABlC:
21 MEALS $4.50 i
(Opposite Tho Alvarado) f
Can secure rooms by the Month;
V7eelt or Night. t
iu duuin ririii iirtLtn r
R. PUCCETTI & L GIACOMELi!
Proprietor
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