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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1911.
TWO . SEE YANOWforDIAMONDS i 1 T I S SHOW Vol" that we have tile l.i:.lT M1K K, the HJT AlliTMIM un sue ..u mm h the 11T I'KH r..s ol any dealer in the S.iul hw est. MK M"IHK TlltM l I4HNS f lll'W .mil lli:M--l IT oiih oi . W only k to slltttt you charx the SPECIAL A very attractive- line of pure white The kind that rosl juu tZu.vll elsewhere. diamond fines at $ 1 1.00. M T I' ill, TO SUK Ol It WIMM It's loaded with n.iulttte R.rt siuttestlona in dainty Jewelry, fine watihe. and splendid diamonds. i Yanow, The Diamond Broker j in w. cintiul ' miokmj J FIREMEN'S MEET DRINK ALWAYS IN ALBUDUEROUE MEANS BIGGE ST KIND OF BOOST Uon with the rate had injured the latter rhanrra In (he icecnt elect inn, Where the attorney was rc-elci ted tu the pc himl hoard, 'f with h It Is pres ident, lie expressed relief to know (hut rteott had won easily. 'It worried me. suld John J. James J. Sli Nuniiira hml little ti) nv, listening to hi" older brother moi nf the time. The federal kiiijuI Jury was m t In session today but villi continue hk'Od mut Tuesday to take more testimony In alleged d niiinltinK oiihilruclc soar 1-swlor occupied himself with several of the witnesses. He w for a lime In conference with ldstrlct Al torney Kredcrli k. Mr. Ijiwlor who In In chiirite of tin government probe, expressed Irrita tion todsy that the newspaper men had yesterday ldenilfe, me of the government's Important witnesses, J. VV. Kaiser of M uni te, I nil., whu la al leed to have sold nitroglycerine to Jamea il, McNiimaru, John J- Me .Vutiurii and ortlo, McM.inlgni. When approached at first Kaiser had re fused 1 hi" mime. Ijiler they "shadowed'1 hint ond learned till Idt n- ity. "If there's nny gumshoeing to he done,'' declared Mr. l.atvlor, "111 do some of that myself.' ' Ha added that many of the witness es were ur henslve of danger In coming here to testify. "All the slugger me not done away with, you know,' riuaiked Mr. I.awr lor. Kvery effort will he made to con ceal the Identity of thoae who ur subpoenaed here, hut as manv of the witnesses are known to newspaper men who have been working steadily on the rase since the Times building was destroyed fourteen months hiiu. It Is not believed that much secrecy can prevail. Mr. I.awlor admitted today that so fur aa lie knew Attorney Oencriil viokershiun had not ot decbieil whether to make Indianapolis or l.o Angeles the renter of the govern ment' probe, but that the matter prohuhly Would be ilctci mined before December 14. when the federal stand Jury II to convent) at Indianapolis. two iiitoTiirits mi imm. TOWARD I'lllsON ON TltI Mojave, Cnl tVc. . The train hearing the Mi N'amitras. who were placed aboard at l.oa AtiKelea, had not proceeded very far whin It wu stopped at a little way station and the two prisoner shin kled to Sheriff Hammlll and a deputy sheriff, were taken Into the stateroom of the ob servation cur at the rear end of the train. rasxensera on the train w-re al lowed to pans to and tro In all earn init none surmised that they were rldlna with the MtNamar.'i brothers and the Identity of the pummels was not discovered. Accompanying Sheriff llammlll was Martin Agulrre, former warden at San yiniilin; iMputy Sheriff Claude Malteaon, t hief o 1'olice Se bastlun ot AiikiI.s. three other deputlea were already on the train when the party arrived from the County Jail In l,os Anuclcs, and sev eral newspapi r men. The prisoners were taken to a stateroom where their Mia. 'UK were removed. They sat down togethet and the door was locked. Sheriff llammlll thin announced that on,, newspaper man rouhl enter and talk with the prisoners a" a rep rescniutlve of all those on the ear. When the reporter enti red the state room he found Jotin J. MiN'ainata looking slraitiht at him and althoiiKh t)ie had met but once before the formtr labor leader i-alled him by name. Jamea It McNanuira did not look up and gave no situ ol recogni tion. J. .1, refused to talk. "1 lane nothing whatever to any." he said, "and you must excuse me." "Ian you surclv don t mind talklnx now about the case?" he was asked. "I have nothlim to suv about this case or anything else," MeXamara replied. "Won! yill tell us where oil Went to setmid. where van hopan w oil? and ADD TO YOUR PER IL ABORN- ITS By the Use of Ncwbro's Hcrpi-cide. nan in; pi. nit the v ciihaip her Vvoinila become propef care ol A plcttv w beaut' and i i"i(l lookiliK hi r hair, .Nice lui I r. pcettx hair, arowusg on the head it adonis, h one of nature's greatest beaiill!i( rx. The kind ot hair whnh almtvs makes tis look i. set olid tune, lol lW the lie ol VewbroN Ib'ipi.Ule. and I possible for inn woman. Ilea-nhir applli ati.m.s et II. i a ide kli) the hair- ilcMioMin; d-mdiiiti germ, m-ep the hair Itoni lon.lm; out and add to It (hat lnaii.ini e, simp Had luster w llleh ale ev:,n;ia to Ithil beauty. - Xcwbrn n Uerpa tdi 1 the iii iiiwl sculp prophylaeilc All i-tinr b.nr remedies chtlmliig to 1,111 I'm' ti. -ndriilf germ are simply It vim; t,. n i.i,. iipon tlie reputiitlon ol yenuliie lb i, -nidi-. Applications may be obtained n good burlier shops and b. lr dcs"'r, Selnl 1C III postaue to The eli ride 'o., I'ept. 1!, Ii.-tioit. Vli, h., tor sample and booklet. Mne dollar b(e bottles sold bv a1! rtflgglsta under nil absolnie e.llal ni- J, II, O'Klillj I'ii., spiilal ai;. nts. her, you Joined the union:" he wa then asked. "nh." replied the prisoner rather sharply. "1 have told all of those thiiias until Tin hoarse. 1 don't want to be bull-headed, hut I do not want to talk about nnvthina. If he cares to, Jim can talk icir himself." "I'm looking toward the future" he slowly suld. 'This i use Is How a thing of he past." That was all he would say and he refused even to answer ipiesilotia put to him on subjects other than the trial, or hi coniicition with the tiy namitltiK ihscs. A Hifht supper for the two men was brought In from the dlnln,: car and after they had eaten sparingly their compartment was made up and both lay down, shackled toKether. The door of their compartment, which adjoined that of Sheriff llam mlll was kept open and two deputies sat, one at cat h end of the berth. Th,. curtains were not drawn. All. MIAtst.ltXI'lll ltS WIlJj ti vni v in i tnti; t.iiAM) .it i:v Indianapolla. Dee. S. All steno graphers who have been employed at the heHihpiarters of the International Association of liridge and Structural Iron Workers in this city since ISO,", are to be subpoenaed as witnesses beforo the federal grand Jury in lis Imiuiry into the alleged nation-wide d.Miamillng conspiracy, it was s,.nl today. The purpose nf the Investigators Is understood to be to Identity by the testimony of the stenographers copies of letters seized In the raid on the of tlce of the association mill alleged to Implicate groups of men In many cities In dyniimltinu depredations. "We will not divulge the Identity of nny witnesses to be siiminuned be fore the grand Jury," said 1'nited States District Attorney Miller to night. Sir Milbr denied h rumor that 11. R Hoi kin, secri tary nt the Iron worker association, bad made appli cation to the government to supply certain Information ior the grand Jury Imiuiry In return for immunity. "I have had no convcrsa'ion with Mr. 'lockin." said Miller. ".No offi cials of the iron workers association have appioaclnnl nie w 1th any oner to ghe evidence to the grand jury. We have a mass of correspondence and records of the association, but 1 have additional Information aside from these documents. "I wish to say as to further re ports as to a coiitlict between the authorities In this federal district and the l,os Angeles federal district are not only false but malicious. The general Investigation of the alleged d w.ainitiiiN conspiracy Ik under the direction of the department of jus tice at Washington. It Will proceed In two or more Jurisdiction; hiirnmti loui.lv as the authorities at Washing ton direct." ONI HUM I , M , I! TMtY or M V US M HltllA l . fhb.uo. Dec. !. Misii Nora lla Ity, private secretary and lonfldente ol John ,1, MeNamara, tor more than two fears. I In chi-'auo, under snr velllalne of oll.-,ils of the ilepirt lllellt of ll.-t. e, mil Will V" to III, 11 annpolls next Week to tcslllv li.lo.e tile 1'ibr.il grand .mi, It Has innl. known Iter- toniuht. Her her. -alioiils were made known In secret sirvbe linn b ,n r father. l'oe.-nv. n Daniel llabv oi liidlaniinibs. (iffi clals of the dep " imeiit ol jii- in -e h--r-. ret used to dbiu-s tin- i.lrl or the fact that they had la-en seeking In .e seM-ril montln-, but It was h-ann-il that she had been located here k. i,-,.i: da auo and that she would r 1,1. iri here ii ibr or so before she was rc- (iilrcd to tiniulsitors. I n 1 ..1 111,, 1 1011 ilav was that 1 ploves of Ihn and Striietural peat before th I. ill from i luli.t 11 n in lis In ill former nflee em I1M1 riiatloiial Itridite I roll Wo!-l. rw ' 0 . i- how eloseb to the M 1 N 111 1 Ii d ii ii h olfi. 1, ,ls 11 The sloi I l OS V llO I. OS VitceleM Mis lb, lev wonhl be siilipoen-ied but Mi-s llab-v's testimonv Is rewarded IIS tile most lin u n t n nt bee nine of h.-r intimate kn.iwieilKe n .ill tbal tninsmii d it: the -eet eta : . ,.l!n c. Ib r inlot m-iMon, 11 Is utnb .:, 1 here, will Ii,- ot mine importance thrift lh.it of 1 trt I. M .- M .1 11lK.1l ami w II; be of .iH-dsi.im .- to th-- icter.il auiborl. lies In I ,,,li 1 tui nohs III rum-- l,,.l ' il tullllllitm i ll il i-ed 1 1 1 l a brolhi 1 u -i cj eo;i-ill,- ninoi' ;ii:,l lis hih a' a'l of the (allure ,,i .1, tec wile H! esluiallin: t u 1 vulosi,,.. t,, ol.i iit, from Infoi mutton about her wiok. uas meu ,11 m liiilintuinollH to.lin , her f.iilpr ;,,ul Hie fedora llllllolll ,-s. II was r, p,.i,-d bile. II l-ela'ed tu visits In the sleuths to the ll.'il.-v limitr and ttu ir err,.n. to have the clenini nlu r Htlend the ater parties and led of her work nt the oil tee, They were cut short, the poll, email s.iid. when tu-r mother de nied the visitors entrance 1,1 the llu lev home. Sim e shorllv niter that, when Miss Haley lelt ImllanlipoliK, a sear, Ii tor her was continued. A subpoena was served mi li, r on Thursday nt a hotel mi the smith side. She did not d. nv her I, lentil. The suh ... na w ere drawn at the din ctloii or Tinted States District i toi tu-. ( 'barb's v, Millerpf iiduini. Ilis and were sent here bv mall . or er Ice ii. t . : I'h, v : 1, r. tin mil-! J 1,.. NEW OPTIC HOTEL AT LAS VEGAS IS UP TO DATE NOW Ssi ;,d ( rr.iM.nilenes to Manila Jmirnnl l.as Vri':n, N. M Dec. ) --The N' W I'l'tle hotel 111 thlsillv has been refurnished ami equipped v'th steam In at. making It one of the most mm lortable transient stopping plaits In the Meadow I'llx. 11 Is cotiveiileutlv located, being but two blocks from tlie S.inta l-'i- .tiitlon Mild In the h'ut ol the business section. Mrs. S. J, Hill Is the lessee mid under her man. igemelil l!,e ,o. is destined to be- 1 otne one of the most popular ill the cit). Committee in Charge of Ar rangements Staits This Week to Solicit Funds For Enter tainment of Visitors. BUSINESS MEN CAN WELL AFFORD TO CONTRIBUTE Conservatively Estimated That Gathering Will Bring At Least Twenty-Five Thousand Dol lars to City, The proposition to bring the meet ing of the Krotherhood of Locomo tive Kngineers and Kireinen to Albu pier,iie is being taken up in earnest by the Commercial club and the bus iness men generally and there Is now little doubt that the gathering will be secured for A!hu.Ueriiie. That It III mean one of the biggest boosts ever given the city, goes without say ing and the committee In iharge urg es that every citizen at once Interest himself In the project. In order to secure the meeting it will he neces sarv to secure a fund of at least l.'.r.OU, a small sum indeed when compared with the enormous benefits that will accrue to the city in the event the meeting Is brought here. For the purpose of raising the neces sary amount to start the enterprise a committee representing the Com mercial club and Highland lodge No. ii", Urolherhiaid of laaomotive Kngineers and Firemen, will call on the business men this week to solicit contributions. For the sake of Al buipieriiie every citizen should see to it tliat the committee does not leave his establishment euiplv hand ed. For the purpose of acquainting the people of Albiiiiieriue with the na ture and siope of the gathering the officers of Highland lodge have pre pared the following statement: To the Citizens uf ,hii.iieriue: The grand meeting of the lirother hood of l.oenmot i e Firemen and Kii-ii'iiniii to be hel.l in the city of Albiiiiicriiie. N. M., the latter part of Mav. 1 1 1 2 . Is not a convention of the older, but a union meeting ot the order, in which 11 number of the lodges of the order are supposed to unite In the meeting. These union meetings may be either IoimI or na tional in their scope. A I.Kal union meeting will Include a lew lodges such' as those in this slate. While a rmt'onal or grind union meeting will Include nil the lodges of the grand jurisdiction of the order. The convention of the order Is a delegated meeting, one delegate be ing elected from each lodg and sent lo the convention. The convention Is the law making function of the order and in eft a nine In three years at such time and place as they may select by Vote of the convention while in ses sion. Any city desiring to entertain one of the triennial convention of the brotherhood must obtain such privilege at the last regular meeting of the body while In session. The next regular session nf the triennial coiiM ntlon will be held In Washing ton, D. C, the llrst Motulav In June, 1?13. The purpose Is, to have in the rlty nf AIbuiueriiie, X. M.. a grand union meeting of the order and not a con vention. Attendan e at the union meetings of th.. onb r is ol 11 11 1 at on the part f the mi mix ishlp of the entire ord er. Fvcty one of the xn.iulu members now enrolled might hiletul this meet ing if they weie in position to do so. Naturally the hoard uf managers of 1 ineetlii-.; would lie anxious to have tlie largest altetiilanie possible and 1UII plan to so advertise ns that this 1 nd w ill be obtained. Spnill lo, hI lei etlm-s are oit.-n In Id by lilies or .( .t . bts w ith s . 1 11 ! 1 cost and small In m lit either to the order or tint - oiniiuiiiliy. A grand or national union meeting ol the l.lolherll.iod of I .. .colli ot i VB Hlicineti 1U11I Kug ineineii is the object for whnh the men, ii s of Highland l.n.'gc No. IU7 hae for the last eigh teen months been working. Highland lodge could hold In this city a local unbui meeting and little -voiiM 1... known or heard about It. 111 II has been the opinion of the membership from the Inst that 11 eland union meeting, which should .10 iialloii.il In H-i a. ope. would he en couraged and supported by the citi zens of Albll.UcrUe. That this opinion has been encour aged Is shown by the action of the . 'ominereial club of this city, when, at Its regular mooting, held on April .'ti, lull, the sii rel.iry of the local lodge of the firemen was Invited to e present Mid state the proposition lo bring to All)tiiieri)iie n union meeting nf the order. The club, by unanimous vole, endorsed the effort, and instructed the president of the club to 11 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 commiucc of five to 1, Id the mouthers of Highland lodge In their work. A lurther proof of encouragement was given when, nt Its meeting on 11gnst 5, a resolution was presented to the city council, asking that the support of that body be then the cnicrprisn. The risiilt was that the council, by an uiianliiious vote,' en-; dorsed the effort and reipiested the mayor in name a committee of three of iis members to aid In executing the plans. A committee of the laicomotlve l'lietneti hail been named in the early pan in ine year 1111,1 witn those above retetied to, a joint board of managers has been organized, , Willi Mr Jay A. Kuhba, of the Commercial club as president; Mr, T. D. Isher woo,l, nf the cltv council, as vice president. Arthur C. Culver, of High land bodge No. 4t7, I!, uf 1 K., sey. I.taM, and Charles 11. Ciisliinan, treasurer. An effort could scarcely have re ceived more cm oiiruglm; endorsement than has been given t,i hold In this city a grand union Locomotive Urcincn men. As to how large an attendance main reasonably I pe ted, there will be some nmeitamiv about that. The grand Jurisdiction of the order Includes Canada, the liilled States and Mexico. There 1(n. mis lodges .iml ne.irlv so. 0011 members It will be casllv seen It bill one In eighty ot the members ot thv Fu'vtnvn meeting of the mid l.ngine- BIGS DISASTER Creates. Craving W Nothing But More Drink ill Salisf). DRINKER MUST HAVE HELP cl Cwrv m-ir Crating ami 14-avr Di-it' anil AvoisUm to I biinir. There may be successful men who are heavy drinkers, yet they are auo- cessful in tpib of rather than by rea son of It The men who can drink and he successful are so rare in strength of iharacter as o make them an unsate precedent In consid ering the average man. To the aver age man hulit i'l indulgence In in toxicants Is practically certain to re sult In disaster. It breaks down his nerve system, it unfits him for busi ness. He loses caste. He loses money. The habit brings sorrow to his friends anj poverty, misery and de privation to his family. The thing to do Is atop it and stop it now. Every successive Indulgent e confirms the habit and makes it harder to break. A man finding himself on the down grade, however, is constantly beset with a craving for stimulants which he In time Is 110 longer able to resist, for constant Indulgence not only cre ates that morbid craving but also eakena the 11I power so that It is impossible to resist. He must have help. It is sin h help that the Neal three-day-cure for the drink habit extends to him. It takes away the craving destroys it utterly leaves in Its place a distaste for and an aversion to liipior. It brings about this miraculous change in three days. This la no rash statement lor it has been demonstrated in thousands of cases. It mainrs not how long you have been drinking or how many other treatments have failed. The Neal treatment will cure in just three days,. It is safe, harmless and posi tive. No hypodermic injections are given and no powerful or poisonous drugs are used. There are no bad utter-effects. If you are afflicted with the drink habit and really want to be freed, or if you are interested In a friend or relative who needs treatment, write to the Neal Institute Company for their free booklet giving full information. It will be mailed to you under a plain sealed envelope and everything w ill be strlctlv con fidential. Address Mill, INST1TI TI-:. '.12 North Second, St., Albuquerque, N. M. should attend the meeting In this city, there would he tin attendance of one thousand men. besides their families and friends. There are in New Mex ico alone, about 4a0 members, and within a radius of one thousand miles of this city, there lire fully three thousand meinbeiK of the order, not to speak of the ottn-r railway orders. If one-third of the members of th order within the radius above re ferred to, should be present, thero would In; one thousand members in attendance, not to speak of those from abroad. Nearly all the engine and train ser vice men In the Cnlted Slates, nt some time during the year, take a vacation and trip some where. They will coins to Albuquerque II an event Is planned and curried out, making It worth while. This, there should be no trouble in doing, us the Criind Canyon of the Colorado, utie of the seven wonders of the world, la just at our door, not to refer to many other things that are new to those not having yet visited tills part of the t'niteil States. The average American Is going to go some where this coming summer, and it is up to us to see that he comes to see our city. If a thousand men of the Firemen's order should come to Albuquerque and spend on an average apiece while here, there would be $2.1,000 new money added to the business In terests of this city. Thai thev would spend twice that amount If they have the right kind of a chance, there can be little doubt. That (he members of the Firemen's order do attend their union meetings in large numbers ia due to the fact that these meetings! are of great ser vice to the order when the meetings are of (he class they should he. And they can attend their meetings with little or no additional cost to them selves, the transportation being a courtesy of the company with whom they are employed. If the meeting Is made of sufficient importance, the Santa Fe railway will no doubt issue special rateij from dis tant points and those not entitled to passes will be Induced tu make the trip. Though this is n..t a Joint nnVting of tlie lour railway orders, a place will be made on the program for rep resentative men in the Order of Hail way Conductors. I'.rntherhood of Railway Trainmen and the lirother hood of Locomotive Kngineers, the aggregate membership of the four orders hcitig about IT.O.O1111 niemliets. The publicity feature of such a union meeting would of Itself be sur tlcient to re-lmhurse nny city for the entire mst not to speak of the hciie tlt of the meeting Itself. 1'iograins of the meeting, printed matter and such other literature as may seem !, be for the best interests of Albuquerque tuid New .Mexico, w ill be used In giving piiblldty to the city ;s well as the meeting to be held. Kvery means, bv which the greater interests nf Albuquerque can be push ed. will he brouuht Into line as well as to make the meeting a freat suc cess. The grand lodge officers have promised to be present In person and will, in the meantime, do all they can to make the meeting all that might be desired. The magazine of the ord er, with lirother John F. Mc.Namee is Its edilor. will, with lis Si). tint) cop ies per month, give Albuquerque the kind of boosting that she has never eiiiove.l heretofore. While the details are not complete nor the personnel of the speakers vet known, 't is expected that an unusu ally strong program will be arrang ed in due time. The event is expected to cover three full days. bc.Hldes the opening day and the day for the excursion to the Orainl Canyon. The inard of managers are now considering the matter of an aviation IllCet if ,.,..,.,! I... I . i"i..i,i.oiiriii. ,..11 oe inoue. for til- event I F.veivhltig that can possibly be 'lone to make this proposed union meeting ( (he Dis-omotive Firemen and I'.ngTnemen 11 howling success w ill be (Ioiv, ' The seeifcary ..f Highland lodge t t V V V t f r y f y y y T y y y r y t y y y y y f t y y t t y y y y y v t y y y y y 1 IT THIS BANK IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND HAS THE LARGEST BUSINESS OF ANY BANK IN NEW MEXICO WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS t t X .,4. 4. .4f'f'H--M-rs.s!-M--f4"f ! ! I REPORT OF WE CONDITION I OF THE I REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE fIRST RATIONAL gANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. Af., At The Close Of Business, December 5th, 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . . $1,811,474.07 Bonds, Securities, Etc, Banking House and Furniture, United States Bonds, Cash and Exchange, Total, 36,042.61 42,000.00 340,000.00 1,109,550.46 1,449,550.46 $3,339,067.14 LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus and Profits, Circulation, Deposits, Total, $ 200,000.00 51,432.20 200,000.00 2,887,634.94 $3,339,067.14 DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. The policy of the officers and directors of The First National Bank is to maintain its well earned Repu tation for Safety and Conservatism X 4 -t-M ! ? ? V t y y ? ? ? t y ? ? y y ? ? ? V t y V t t y y y V t y t y y f t ? y ? f t f t Y f V ? ? ? ? ? has gathered much information from other lodges anil boards of managers who have held union meetings In other cities. Everything now seems ready to launch a splendid monev making en terprise. Just such as was pulled off at San Antonio, Tex., and at Toronto, Can., a few years ago. And nt St. l.ouis. Mo., and Montreal, Can., dur ing the last year, on November 25, 26, 27, 1911, Huston, Mass., enjoyed such a meeting that will long be re membered. The only thing needed now to start the enterprise Is funds to do the advertising. This part, the splen did people of Albuquerque w ill, in the near future, be asked to give. That the usual prompt and vigorous re sponse, which has always been char acteristic of the citizens of this city, will again make possible the bringing to Albuquerque one of the greatest railway men's meetings that has ever been held in the western part of the Cnlted Stales, no one will for a mo ment question. liespectfully submitted, AltTllt ll C. Cri.VEK, Secretary. JF.AN J. UOBFUTS. Freg. Lodge No. 41',?. It. (,f I,, p, g, f; lVarl Hiiihor Dredged. Honolulu. Dec. 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