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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, DECEMBER IK 1911.
TWO I 1 i.l .ill. i X . I 1 TO national Association of l:rlJg ' Structural Iron Worker, la contain .i in his run t rssioii . Ths Inform tlon ram from r ! :.i i authority. the same auih.ritv declined to rum mrnt on wh.ther Mr. lioikin knew anything about It r not. This ihte of the rn. It ' b more within the nope of the I; dlanapolt grand Jury tlmn the prob her. IVrsons on the coat a. leg to be crii-flv Involved will be tha principal object of the probe in Hi tit v. Tomorrow another ancle of the 11. Samara i expw ted to 1 concluded for th present, llurt II Franklin, tharged with bribing proapectlve Juror In th McNamar. cue. will be arraigned for prelimi nary examination. A fewr witness will Ixi put on th lanj by the stato but th defense probably will not in dulse In croaa-exsinltintlon. It 1 he lleved Kranklin will be hound cv for trlnl bv luntlce of the uperto court, th trial date to be set errl week hnc. star of united!dr. afjbell author r. s. lllVTItHT TTOItrY l!H I M S IMtiltM Ti) Indianapolis, 1 ec. Id. "1 will say when Ortte K. MoMntiil 1 to be brought here. 1 will not nay If he ta U be brought here fa I nil." wa hr tilrnirnl tonUlit of I'tiited rule lustra t Attormy Miller when Inform of the Lo Angeles dtsiut h stating that Wi. Manical would be brought to Indianapolis within a few . "I rtie to make any statements in regard to the dynamiting Ime-rtlga tlon.-' said Mr. .Millar. The report that the executive com mittee of the International Aooia tlon of Hrl.lge Hiid Stru.tiir.il Iron Worker ha been 111 secret .inference in ome place other than Indianapolis since jeaterdny was siv en i redtnee tonight by the fait that both Frank M. Kvan. president of the association and H. H. 11. k kin. It acting h. ir. lnry hava been out of the Ky. Ia-9 M. Hii'fi'ort. flltorin y for the aaurliitmn. aald ITealdi tit Uynn. wan In t'hli Mk-o, but no Inf.irni.ttion re gar.llnH the herehoula of SeiTetary iliw'kin eould be obtained. The report h further anlitiin- tluted l the fat that none of the o-xevutlve eotnmittee. bia.t1 of whom have been here for a week or more. ruuld be found today. Aicor.llns to reoorta the itieetlng probably will be held In t'hl. nin, John J. Klrhy, Jr., of Dwxton. t'hlo, prealdint of the .Nutioi.al Aiui.x'lutlon of Miinulttetiirere went to fhl.-Hito toduv alter a conference here with Walter Drew, coutiKel for the Natlonul K.rei'tora' anao.iatl.in. J. A. 1. Iimlorf, alxu if the Krector' h "xijitlon, unit a numlwr of lete tive Kurnn' men. The conference It la aald, had to do with produ.inK evbleme In line with the il nam It I lit Im eaiiuatlon to reautued here licit Tliuraday by the felera Kland Jury, Detective Hums la pecled to re turn to IndUmtpoli tomorrow nnd tontplvte hia aide of the case (or the federal grand Jury. It aa not known toiilKht how lonii Mr. Hum would remain. DKrmx Atis in Moit nm lil,NM M NAMAIUS Columbua. ii Dec. lo, t.'ettaurlnii the labor union and labor leader for clamoring for the blood ul the McXamaraa, and declaring that If they had announced thilr ptcaent atand toward violence a jer uko. much of their nclHIty miKhl he avert ed, Dr. Wanhlniion lilud.b-ti tonight delivered a aniimii on " The Dyna initera'' It, tlladd.ii iiiHiot.iiii.-.l that Inas much a the brother b coti(e!aiiit( til their crlmee. have cleared the Htinosi phcre urriuii(1iinr the case mid elim inated ait chance of the labor union declaring them martyr, they are en titled to clemency. That the broth er acted under a mixtukcn imprcs alon that violence would hUI the la tir cue, whj admitted by the ch-rKV-nian. who aald that labor's protcxt aitaiiiMt d namltiiiic und unlr.iin f OKiiinM the property of employ er had nine too lute. W hile many out rune have been committed In many cute and towns throtiRhout the cuntr by lal-or iym pathiier and other, he aid. never before have the union taken to de cided an attitude aa now. Dr. Had. I. n nuii:eNted that lalxtr and capital uko narntnii (rent tli McXamura cane an.) hold ttcnerul conference to form a atroiittcr tnd between the two taction. MMIHOI S VlTVI,s.ts IV hi t Aitt; s mtuA' t:i Ran Kraiicl. o. Dec. It). TweHi' H orn mhpoena were aerved here and In Oakland today on perann Uontred to appear before the federal grand Jury in ! Angclea and t'tlfy re gar.llng the dynamite cotipir.4 leu .a-WM-d bv th ronft .iir. of the Jf Natnara brother. Mot of them h;e be-n before the county Krand jury In Jjo At'gflc and would have la'.n wiiiu-aw in th M Namara tri.il. Thirteen utpocns were i. r (.1 luif itcrdt. MN who munoiti D M MliA MIT Kl'l.Al R.lt Ijike City. mc. 1. J. A Mmiev, bimineKK aunil of the Io.i Irn Worker' union. n-on.pamed b Mr. M unM')', left tli! afternoon f r ! Artsele. where thev wilt ai'V-ar befor the fi If tai (trand Jury lti-ti.ii-ir.,f into (l.v dynamiting . e. It i all. ged ti,it J nie IV J.I, Namara af ter d' i.iiniii.i! the Time building ir la Anle, r.ifasn.d for two a a ae let gu. t at tt-r Munsev hi me The of :!.-rt b. h. e that U. Namara t-'i,l M utwy f the plot at that time. s TATES WOEFULLY UNPREPARED Secretary of War Stimson Dwells on Alarming Condition . I r a , . " . in Annual nepori to torn niander-in-Chief. OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE Br Marwlag Jearaal gerbi tea .eg Wlr Waahliigton. Dec. iu. in in an nual report to the president today Secretary Stlmeoit declared that the contingency of war with a tirat-claa nower would find the army of th I'nited Stat. practically unprepared. lie attributed thl largely to the fa. t that the army was "i.. altered out over the country" In too many posj. and to a lack of reeervea. The army on the peine footing habitually nialn t.'tlned with miniature compRtiic and troopa. he charactcriued a lncffec fective for aerlou war acrvlce. A tj the uiiprepureiliieM of the army In nr- tilbry and ammunition Secretary Stimmn . "At the present rate of appropria tion It Ik cittimalci! that it would lke more than tifty year to ecure a reasonable upply of field artillery. gun, tarrlage and nmmuniiion, tnai would be iicn-wary in the event of war." t'ongreds I urged to vxprea It? wlhea regarding; the Ulapoaal of the unoccupied r'rlnr Inndg In ttie Philip plncK, to Inireaae the limit of In- dcl.t.ilnena that may be Incurred by (he Philippine government for pub lic work from I :..Oiio.ot0 to llS.uoo. i0, to pa Philippine naturalisa tion law. iltol to grant penalon to American Who havev aerved ten ear ill the lalaiuK Secretary Stlmaon recommend that the permanent organisation to oper ale th Panama canal be established on a trltly business biislg and not with the Idea of uplifting or govern- liiK a dependent people. The ques tion of tolls he believes, should he left to the determination of the presl (lent. American shipping should be granted practically free use of the a tin I. The army posts a now located rc ,! lured to be w holly unsuitable. They were orlginhlly located with reference to poasllde Indian trouble and few of them are situated to mot! the strategical need of the nation. The average number of rninpnnto lo each of the forty. nine poslg ia only nine. In short, " says the gecretary, "we hHe hi altered our army over the onntry as if It were merely groups f local Nmslnhul.'iry, Instead of a na tional oiganivntioti. tuir Is nn or ganisation which Is extraordinarily xpeniive to maintain and whose ef ficiency has been nullified so far n- geoiiriiphlcal location inn nullify It." 'J'he secretary has in contemplation the removal of the cuvalrv situated In the far northern post to the south ard, aiibslltullnu infantry for them. he Tx i maneuvers hn " shown the admirable addptlldlity vWthe s.uith- utatcs f..r cavalry training nnd drill at nil seaaoiis, whereas In the far north for mum months in the )car, it I Impoi-Mble to drill ntit- oors. The a.i r. tury coitunlttcd himself Utniualiflcd'.y to the theory that It Is function of the modern armv to he school of the cltixcn sol, Her n pposcd t those who contend for a i to a in ni orBatilgiti.m of profession soblu rs. ' Then (ore. the secretary disapprove of the Ion; term of en listment and favors the shortening or the present term to less than three nrs. o us to allow as tnanv men as possible to n,i throuith the tra'nmg of the regular army, the government re taitunn some Isold over the dl- harged soldier by which he can bt ailed to t'l colors In case of war. The secretary d.-tiociu . as ?h. r ghlcd a 1 1 i-.i 'Ah'-h frti'a to .!:.. istioli l.:w,!i h.udtpid tnii,;!. ,i n.l thi.uthtl. -s of . tnl.rs as n; mitltarv' law- and dccUrea f.-r In,- iiat.. i ,i . ,.i iiiorui l:. the i: prison. November Number of the American Physical Review Prints Article ,on "Thermal Conductivity." The November number of the American Keview. a journal of ex perimental and theoretical hjsio, and the organ of the American Physi cal am icty, contain a very Interests Ing discourse by Dr. Martin F. Angell, dean of the department of Science and Engineering of the I'nlversity of New Mexico, on "Thermal Conduc tivity in High Temperature." Thl article I based upon the study undertaken bv l)r. Angcll last year at the phjslca laboratory of fhe I'niverslty of 'Wisconsin, when h wa completing hi thesis for the de gree of doctor of philosophy. It con tain ome exceedingly original dis coveries concerning the flow of heat In metals. I'p to the time of the Investiga tion of Dr. Angell, the determination of thl thermal flowr had been con fine,) to narrow limit, and th ob ject of the tnveattgntlon wa to de termine the thermal conductivity of a few metal over a wide range. Thu the thermal conductivity fit nickel, between the degree of 10 to i.oon. centigrade and that of alumi num between 1H0 and ttfO degree centigrade, were determined. The result of thl work by Dr. Angell will 1 fr reaching and have, made the ubject of complimentary discussion and notice In acientiflc circles. The paper u published In the American Phyiical Review wns also tranalated into German and published in Merlin. GOVERNORS ARRIVE IfJ LITTLE OLD NEW YORK NEWS NOTES FROM DEW nt-tal Crrx.miwir ta Mural a Jtwriul Iteming. N. M., Dec. . A. U San gre returned lat night from a busi nc trip to Fl Paso. Krank Del.utiay. Jr.. returned thj morning f n m a busineiw trip to fcl Paso. S. I,. Itendittn, manager of tho local Harvey ihouse, is transacting buslncRS at Kl Paso for a few day. J. i. lirown. traveling auditor for the Harvey system h charge during Mr. Jtcndltto absence. J. M. Sully and U K. Konter, super Intemler.t and chief engineer repeo lively of the Chino Copper eompany at Sant.t Kita, came down In an au tomobile this morning, leaving- here lor hi Paso by train, These gentle., men stated that there was snow on the Santa Klla mountains when they left there for Dcniing. fist night between nine and ten o'clock Demlng was visited bv verv heavy claps of thunder. There waa considerable lightning, and the thtin- der being the severest that ha visit ed this section for many years: the earth quivered nnd shook a If we were in an earthquake. J. N. I'pton has leased hi fin J farm of 4 so ai res on the Mimbrea river, near Sptiihllnu. to AHw-rl i;ced, , for .i p. rio.i of three ytars. Mr. Itee.l ul'i ta ir' corn, hav "and alfalfa I princip.tlly. This bciiig one of the M..M firm in I.una c. unty. Western Executives Create Considerable of Furore in Metropolis of United States. (Br Moralac Juaraal sperial lwed lr 1 New York. Iec. 1. The governor of rlKht state, on their ecittl train bearing exhibns from their territory. arrived here tins morning and spent a busy day in the metropolis. The party was met at the Jersey City terminal by a committee of city officials, members of the chamber of commerce, the Merchant associa tion and the Km ky .Mountain club. The governors were ferried across the river In a police boat and on this side fifty mounted policemen with a bugler, escorted them in automobile to their hotel. The governor! were guests of Wil liam K Hearst at a luncheon and sev eral of them w re guest of the Y. M. C A. brum he where they made speeches. Governor u.Uie of Nevada told of having laid the cornerstone for a Y. M. C. A. building in Reno, and many of the auditor laughed. "I know- what vou mean." he aid, "and I am going to tell you about it. Keno I a cltv of only li.OOO people, hil It raised tl'.ia.OflO for that Y. M. C A. buildlnu in Just ten davs. Gamb ling tin stopped out there two year ao and the clay of the wide-open state haa passed away. The press of tne entire country have made much fun about the easy conditions of di vorce In Nevada and there la much truth In what they say. Nevada In ready to make a strong effort to bring about uniform divorce law and her people wish heartily to do awav with the evil. At the next conference of governors 1 hope to see things gtarted for uniform divorce laws in all the states and I expect to be very active in that resrard." At a dinner tonight Governor Dit of New York welcomed the executlre in a hrlef address. "There la some misconception In certain parts of the west of a cer tain locality down town in this city a certain street." he said. "You will find, however, that the people located there are people from every state In the union who are working out In dustrial problems which reach into every state and they are working out the financial problems of the world. You nnd t.11 of us ure a part of these problems." James M. P.rady, ex-governor of Idaho, and chairman of the party, was taken ill today. Jli condition is not serious. 1 1 1 H4 THIS BANK IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND HAS I THE LARGEST BUSINESS OF ANY BANK IN NEW MEXICO WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS ? ? ? ? ? T ? ? ? ? T ? ? ? T ? FIVE PRISONERS OF . UNCOLfJ COUNTY U ARE MISSING ROSSO-AMERICAN 10 SAYS PAPER TREATY 00 H.nry Y.ars of Irvina. New ork. as reiurpe.i , ifeming with a car i b a,j of household goods, farm imple ' 11 for himself and Frank Klynn who Is also trnni New- York state. Mr. , I l brought with him a tho- ! ourhbn-d .-an ! hor. Thea two I c tfieio.-n r.-. .nth Imat.d on some !..r,i! near the l;.d Mountain district , et f 1 n n. dig. Thev wi begin im- o.cdiate work of clearing some ground ir,i putting down two irritation At NEW VAUDEVILLE T ORPHEUM TONIGHT The two M .tr estern ii w u u j be the th v.iHii. i the or-lu unv ton.!-.!. Ucoti in,) I, mi, :tKilil at the head of tl-,- t.im, chorus, the n-ost H.p.ilar and n l i)resed chottis ..r Sen in "i a i'o,n attra. ton at A.i. M.innir will nj-p.r i r )'' .en ...lett Alhti- j'lcrnue. Come and s-e t.-r .ur. If. They will api-exr t:t Y .m.-t tuna cos. tuiTi.-s singin. the t-r, -it , a Y,,ik hit. "Jtrniiiv a; i.tipe " ki i li-tuii Two hws a i! ithi. vi; ett ten (ents llialor t.uiltv ,.f Uii-Uni;litcr lhs M'llne. l;i Dec. I f -The Jicy In the came of Dr Hair- K'iH .-'. -iie,t of the n-.etd.r ef t -ftt Mot trr Clarence wmi'iimi, iVun, i; HUrffg. and KUn.imd t-'i ei .f Mottle, tetti't .d a ..i.ii t , mJin laughter at o , So, k t u. ght afiet beln, out fifty-four horn. Th young Council p.luffs pl v. rnnan shot and k'.Uni D.pin-,- nh.-rnf Vpotman in a room in n ho'.d Mirrh :. Lwt. and a lew ui.tc,.,. 1ster hot and ktll.d Kil-puiid inf. a bartender, when the !,,u. ,r. I used K!'y diuik. 0 V i i.iit. .i V i iilii :r P.ea ' ji'es as i . The I'er.tecnstai chyr.h of N'aaarene i whih wa-. r-,ntlv orgamxe.1 In lcm I'm. ar.- now having bMt temporar i i 'latter, on the lots ent of the Kill S! 'hger I.S.H-k on Spru. e tn-M. Sir. K. .! l: Hacklev th nw pit tor. was form. , r! past! r of the (church of N.iii.rriie ' ' t.'it. I.'cr.o avenue at Hklalioniu B vteih a J ; ieii r ... . - , . - i. t t'r r..-m '--! ( ii . r t - . r. I- I At the regular nie.-ting of Deming ! h kc. No. J, ,. P. A. M.. held Thursday evenlni.', the folloaine offi r ,rrs were elected to serve for the en- J uing' term; , II. ) I. Kelly. V. M.. XI. T.. Cam ev. j ..n. s w.; II. Swartv. J. w.; J no. j treasurer. H. I. C.re. n, ttc- ' " rt'urj . Th ma I'vrtsem. tyfer. r!..:.d ,. Th N,i d. v. -l v.. -.ft til- Al trm fei,: ' -i . r '.. ; -, : . . -.. k , t-. r- :.. t i f ,m ' t w . ' r t '. m .Vc.-ri- c? i vri.'t. ' lec.-i.r. J.i sJ t . . . . - !u,or. & xKv . e i rootue .-f ti Jew f, wtt.t re ?!'.;.; A t,. .,.-!? X r I. (-.;: f " SJ. . ' :'fr.t : - t - rt'l t . I" ! ki.. l - -I i f; - f . f-r t ti ft toe r- "p fr.i.,1 T ' , r. s -o J : Where tlx- tesabit Ifcx-i. Hunt Whtrever !i.r ar f-" ' ufr i'g fr. m kidneir r.-t t.!ir il- 'O'-l-1 . f-imi !. . k ' T -.;!. ,!ri and r- '.r-- -i ? ;. i '. ' K.-1- 'v I' w ' h ;p them. i . h ,,:te, 1 ".. V- 11 K.'; aa i -e-.r,B.-r way Thr.-e y.-r a,, mv ki-i""- tp t-'l thit 1 Wa t.-mt"' l t-l g-.k p mv Clin1-: and oitt. Tb'!' w is severe a -if p.fi oer t Mjs, fol l'w i he t- r te na oter. an.f alwav a tnuk n- '- n nn olev Kldi.ev P;',is tu4.l me a sound end wc'l m ,n. 1 crt not av fo mti, it in tli' ir nr tite, JN l, I .-: Try a Journal Want Ad. Results F.l .nder. recently of Sun Krn-';'!-- h opened up a fewelrr ' n the old liraphic building on io Id avenue, with his brother charlea .-r.y.ier. who is an esperienced Jewel t rV .t, PhMimlreton. 111. A. H. Kny--r. a In.thQto these two if en tie men, ei hate an office in the same build, its and act as agent for nasoline en g'nes. Mr. A. H. Snyder was a form er resident of Kl Paso. Tcxar, before . vning to licming. i f Ir.niate; of tjie Basiile Saw Through Bars, Knock Down Jailer and Depart for Parts Unknown; Boy Bandit Loose, tw-ll t armpaadrDee t M.irnln J.MinwII Carritogo, N. M lec. S. Klvo prisoners escaped from the Lincoln county .tall late thl afternoon at Lin coln. The prisoners sawed the bars of the cage In which they were con fined, tstaped from the caire and knocked the jailer down and took hit gun and key away from him. They then unlocked the jail door and took to the hilis. A posse i out in search of the fugitives. The leader of the gn of escaped prisoners is Frank Williams, alias Francisco Luciano, the boy bandit, who was raptured last week at the llangonberg ranch in Socorro county by iM-putic Wil liam Parnctt and C. P. Lemmons af ter they had trailed William for four day aero the country. One of the other escaped prisoner is Miguel I.una who was bound over at Lincoln charged with Intent to kill, he being the person that hot at J. J. Aragon twice with a six-shooter but missed each time. It is thought that the fugitive have gone in the direction of Kowe!I. There t now only one prisoner left in the Lincoln county Jail. Why ho did net leave with the butuU is not known here. CONGRESS WILL PASS TWO LAWS THIS WEEK Ir. O Osborne recent Ir from Oil, mate that he and other ''a'ifi ml.ms who have recently act. ':,'t here have entered Into a contract witfi the McMath brothers of Vaca M'!e Cat., to put down ten larue Ir rigation wells on the lands of the senier who are toe ted west of ivmlrg in the vicinity of the n unt:n. McMuth brother are es-p-r;enced w !l ilrill. rs from Cflbfor ru. T1icy now have three rigs oper t;n in part of California and w;!l or.'.-r an entire r.ew outfit shipped direct Horn !- factory a I"cirs;r,. The settier who hive contracted f,,r we'ls to he dun are as follow- O. Ti. osborne CbTater Welch. W. A. Wil IHn. W. T. Wil'lnm. Mr. Ethel i'.op,.r, XIirs Jennie tlrav. U. W. P., . sac. i I), fmith -nd l II. Cr.vne. rummng plants win b0 installed on all of thec place owned hv the? parties a soon is the wells are c. m-p!ct,J, Washington, VfC. l. Most of the congressional activity this week will I in committee, although the fhcr witod pension bill l. to be voted on by the house on Tuesday and the urgent deficiency appropriation biila probably wiil L er.acttd Into Iaw before cenpress takes it holiday re ces. Leaiiers in both houses appear to favor some form of service pension legiiOal'on. The Sherwood bill wouid involve cxpcniltturea estimated at (rem forty million dollars upward, tor union veteran who served nine ty d.-.vj or more, the monthly pens?oa to rans-e from US to $30. accordinr lo length of service. The houw committee on "sugar trust affair has taken a recess over the holidays. Congress is In a lethargic state over the tariff in lies. The house repub licans are looking ahead to the tariff board report which Is expexted -the end f t the week. The democratic ho-.:e, throuch the ways and means comniittee. has agreed to defer action j until the report is received The r- w inprKiiiK niiir on me ooujc. The insurgent republican senator are playing a waiting game. New ItMOlvrr llivmrtl. sprint-field. M.t.. Tc. I.A tes revolver record is announced by Jtec I etary. Treasurer 3. R Crabtree of :he I niUI States Revolver nwocu- tion. Joha A. Pica of New Ytrk recently scored . point ont V V y V t y y V f y y y y y y y y y y y y y I y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y ? y y y y y y y y y y y y. y y y y y y t REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST RATIONAL ANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M, At The Close Of Business, December 5th, 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Bonds, Securities, Etc., Banking House arid Furniture, United States Bonds, Cash and Exchange, Total, $1,811,474.07 36,042,61 42,000.00 340,000.00 1,109, 50.46 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 t t l t X j DESIGNA TED DEPOSITOR Y OF THE ? " UNITED STATES. I 4 t The policy of the officers and directors of The First National Bank is to maintain its well earned Repu tation for Safety and Conservatism I t t y t OMAHA TO ROYALLY ENTERTAIN SI Arrangements Complete for Forty-Eighth Annual Meeting of National Wool Growers' Association. (special Carressoadcaee ta Moralng Joaraal Omaha, Neb., Dec. 10. With the forty-eighth annual meeting of the National Wool Grower' association, but a few days away, arrangements arw practically complete fur the en tertainment s,nd business affairs ot this great body of men. Anticipating an attendance of l.SyQ sheepmen of the west and northwest, extensive plans have been made for caring for the delegate when they arrive in Omaha, The Installation of the pens In the great auditorium, where the mid winter sheep ghow will be held, has begun and when the curtains go up on the big show on the morning; ot Decern :r 11, the big building will he loaded with high-class sheep, prop erly manicured and prcpartd for the inspection of visitors. Practically all the sheep that Tiave been on Mhibmon at the Internation al live stock show in Chicago are tn Omaha. After a trip to Chicago., Joseph Shoemaker of the South Oma ha IJve Mock exchange, reports that sll the big ethibitor are making es tepsive plan .to show their sheep in the west. The entry list has reached the mark, which assures the largest show of its kind ver held In the west. The program for the big meetint is completed. The eonve :tion will open on Decern tr 14. and extend over a period of three days. The entertairimfril feature of the session wil) te romplete in every de. tail. On Thursday night a theater TEHERAN IS DELAYED trthlui RUSSIAN ADVANCE ON being made to care for 1.J00 guests that evening. The attendance will be varied, del egations coming from all over the I'nited States. The Nebraska Sele gation will be quartered at the Her Grand Hotel. Wyoming's delegation will come down in a special train, while the Montana delegation will como In another special train. New Mexico. Missouri, Michigan. Wiscon sin. Kentucky and Indiana will tie strongly represented, while a small delegation will come all the way from Pennsylvania. E. Buckingham., superintendent or the L'nlon Stock yards, who is chair man of the executive committee, pre dicts the largest turn-out of sheep men, which have ever gathered in an nual convention. "The Intense inter est in legislation, which directly af fects the sheepmen. Is resixinsible Tor this activity," say Mr. Buckingham. Madcro Candidate ICltvtiil. Laredo-, Tex., Dec. 10e In what was the first, real municipal election ever held In Nuevo Laredo, the Miidero candidate 'for mayor, Dr. F. Ramirez, was today elected by a vote of about twenty to one. The term "prestdente municipal'' will cease to exist hence forth and the head of the city govern ment will be known as "mayor". London, Dec. 11. The Teheran correspondent of the Times sav8 the whole Russian expedition will n"? reach Kashin until Wednesday, trie wintry weather delaying the prngros of the troops. There will probably no further delay bclorc the march on Teheran begins. In the meantime pourparler will be established between the Persian cabinet and the Tiuasiun minister re garding the, ultimatum with a view o! finding a formula for a seconil artid' less wounding to Persian sen.slmlitlK The cabinet, adds the correspnmlenl, is disposed to make large concessions. Xoln-1 lVm-o Priio Awarded. Christianta. Dec. 10. The Nobf! pence prise has been awarded jointly to Professor T. M. C. 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