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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1911.
TWO SEC YANOW for DIAMONDS I.FT IS KIIOW Vol' that hae the I-AK.IT STtH'K. the 1MT AIITIKT and tan ou much the lAltttXT 1'Klt KS of any dealer in the Southwest. MK At'VlHU: HUM OV IXiWs fltl-AP nnj share the ltKMJTT with KM . We only ask to SHOW oU. SPECIAL A very attractive line of pure white diamond ring at SIMM) The Kind tht iot you Ill.nO elsew here. iovt rn. t ski: mil unmv X It' loaded with exquisite gift uggetion In dainty Jewelry, fine watche and pemltd diamond. h YANOW, the Diamond Broker 4 I EFFORTS 10 FIND GENERAL REYES FUTILE III W. I KNT1UI- rilOXK 432 A Gift Suggestion Give -a Universal Coffee Percolator. It always makes good Coffee and will daily remind the receiver of your good judg ment in selecting so useful a gift. Other Useful gifts such as Carvers, Pocket Knives, Safety Razors, Fancy Scissors, Razor Hones, Strops, etc. Raabe & M auger 115-117 North First St. HO SE 0 INSTALL It d for the ensuing year: Potentate, IbuI Teutsrh; chief rah (mil, (', N. Hluekwell; assistant rabhnn. Ocorg TfclUcI; hlh priest and prophet, I'red Miller; orientnl guide, It. Ii. Perry; treasurer, t K. lOWber; secretary, Harry llraun; flint cere monial master, John W. Klder; econd ceremonial master, Kdward A. Mnn; captain of the guard, to. K. Letnbke; outer guard, Julm Haird; director, C. 1 1. Cushman. Nobles of Ballut Abyad Temple Hold Annual Business Ses sion; Elect Representatives to Imperial Council, The Masonic lodge ro.m wn filled ls night with local nnd out of town tioble of tho ltallut Abyad Templo Noble of the Mystic Khrlne upon the occasion of the annilHl business cs lon, the election and Installation of officer of the shrine for the year 1913. The meeting a marked by the retirement of Potentate l". ( t. Ctish. Wan. w ho wm presented by Judge K. A. Mann on behalf of the temple, with H. handsome pant potentate ' Jewel In recognition of hl service a chief of the order for the past ear. The precntatlcn wim a complete surprise to Mr. Cushman. lie was seemingly culled to ncciitint bv Judge Mann (or bin shortcoming, anil nrter being be rated for some time, the Judge elo. iiueiitly turned the rmnnrk Into en contum of praise, winding up with the presentation i,f (he handsome Jewel. Mr. Cushmun tnflinl the gift In n neat speech. The representative to the Imperial council whirl) meet lu ,o Angclc Text Mav were elected an follows: t i , Cushmari and John llorradaile ot A lhuiueriiie: Col. J. W. WHIIson of Itoaw-ell and Judge ', H. N.vvconili of Silver City. The following are the officer i -lei I - f,Tnuu cashot HK.'iiu:r with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, an they cannot reach the aeal of the disease, t'atarrh" I n blond or constitutional dlHCHKe, and In order to curs It you mnat take Internal remedies. Hull' Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, and act directly on the blood and nnicnu aurfacea. ilall Catarrh Cure I not it (uacc medicine. It a preixrlbed by one of the beat phyab ian In thl country for many year and la a retai lor prem rlptlon. It I composed of the bent tonic known, combined with the heat blood purifier, actinic directly on the mucnu aurface. The perfect combination of the two ItiRredienta I what produce auch wonderful rcmiM In rurlnif Catarrh. Send for testimon ial free. F. J. CHKNET 4 CO,. Trnp.. Toledo, U. Pold by DruRKlst. price 7,ric. Take Hall Family Fill for constipation. Uprisings Against Madero Gov ernment Continue; Disaffec tion Within' 100 Miles of Mexico City. IBt Morale tvnmrnl prll Wlrt.1 Mexico City, lec. M. Within the hint forty-elKht hour four small tow na In the state of PuebUt have Joined In the rebellion against the Madero government. Thi activity and that In Morelos ami Tlaxlcala brlns a center of rilH affection within a hundred mile south of the capital. Adiiitional troop have been sent to I'tiebbi. Tonlaht report from Vera Crui are that a new band of rebel ha be Kim operation in that state, raiding hacienda and two village. Kffort of the government axenta to fiml General Iteye have been without succca. . Date Muffins This recipe hi wet w:'.i cnnMacraHi favor at ilrs. Hckn Anntrv ook mg lecturej. Ta-te Uce craJha enca and yoa wa:i n.cre: Cream thr.-e ta'd.-srooni cf Cottoletie with four of u-ur an4 aid two beaten e. aiao two-t of a cup of milX. tfift two cur oi wi:h twa tea spoon of bakirw pnwder. a liu.e salt and nutmei, anU M three-fart,,i of a cup of dates cut small. Pour first mix tur over thl at tlmroushly and bats In greased cuiSn ins. Cottolene mi'.f' r- " -lickus anu d.gt'-'- FLOW IF ARTESIAN IIOMlSMW OF ItKYKS ri-.t Kii iMn.it unrT San Antonio, Tcxaa, Ix-c. 11. F. A. Chapel, member of tlovernor Col quitt's personal staff, wa arrested to night by federal authorities on charge of violating the neutrality laws. The complaint cite he receiv ed money for alleged revolutionary movement againxt Mexico. Chapel I one of the bondsmen for General Ilernardo Reyes, recently ar rested on similar charges. CALLED - MEETING OF COMMERCIAL CLUB TONIGHT Important Topics to Be Dis cussed By Members and Ac tion May Be Taken Before Session Adjourns, The Commercial club will hold H called Hesslon thl evening in the club rooms, at which time the report of the special committee on the com- mlNMlon form of government for title will be taken un and discussed. The matter of what legislation should be enacted by the first session of the New Mexico legislature, with particular reference to munb lpull- tlea ulso will be diwiiMed. The con dition of the Alameda dke will like ly be up for discussion, also. In referlng to probable action by the Commercial club rip the Alameda Uyke a county commissioner yester day said: "I Jo not see what the (hib wants to take up that question for. The county commissioner have always attended to It and the present dyke which ha stood top test well was put in by the present board, which has stood ready to tlx the dyke when It needed repairing, It Is not neoesarv for the Commercial club to bother about it; that's what we are elected for, and you can rest assured that when It need uttentlon no set of men in the county will he more ready, or anxioii or willing to fix It and that right speedily, than Is the present county board." X X Expensive Handicap I Coffee hurts the mental and physical machinery of many--in fact most per sons. Anything that dulls the brain, or impairs the body, is bound to lessen one's power for success. A change from coffee to POSTUM has put thousands on the Road to Wcllvillc better mental vigor and physical strength. It may do something for you-- "THERE'S A REASON" rostutn Cereal Co., Limited, natlle Creek, Mich. T AMERICAN YEOMEN ELECT OFFICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR The I'lotln i bcod of American Yeoman held mi enthusiastic no cl ing last night ,it which the uVflccr for the ensuing year were elided. More than inn member were pres ent at the meeting which w u held I In A. . I" W. ball. After the see- ' laoUM husluc-1- of the even hi? bad been transacted the tnembii ujcy- eo an elegant upper. There is a keen rlvulrv htim- be tween the Yeoman lodges of Albu- I ' 1 1 1 ami Santa f'v. and n tar the AlhuiOctiMe lodge I ahead. In Lo t the lotal ln.imh of the American Yoeman is one of the most pro. pi r ons and thriving in the outhetit. Mlf Carrie ICeeie. the state man ager of the order, ha taken gnat tn lereit in the liaal lodge, and It Is largel through her efforts that it has reached ox present ' FPlcndld condi tion. Mir Kccve lias had a world of experience along this line, having served the onb r in many of the pop ulous eastern states. The following Were the officer" elei ted hint night' Monnrnhle f,,e man. A, M. lici-he. master of ceie monies. K Walter I", Huntsman; cor respondent and treasurer. Pahl Hoi- i iimb. (baplatn. Miss Minnie I'laik. AUTOMOBILE RUNS DOWN BOY ON WHEEL la n Know les. a II -M ar-old box who lives nt riots South Fecund street, wa run down by an automobile lust night about 7 o'clock near the Inter section of First street and Central tnenin-. He narrowly escaped ser ious Injury. The automobile, which " is number 3X, was driven by Tony loiri iu. The liuv was riding a bicycle and wa knocked down and run over, buj was aide to get to his home iinan (Istcd. After the accident he could hot ti ll exactly how it happened, and the divir i f the automobile could hot be (,.,10(1. INCORPORATION PAPERS FILED WITH SECRETARY lceelal Cur rMHindi-nre l Morning Jiairnall Santa l'"e, Pee. tl. Three now cor poration have tiled papers with Na Ihan Jaffa, stcrctury of the territory. A real estate Prm of Clayton. I'nlon county, known as the otto-Johnson Mcicantllc company, auks authoriza tion to do a general real estate busi lii s. The amount of Hock was plac il at IJ'i.oiin. divided Inlo 2 share v'(h a par value of tl.aoil each. The in. oi 'I'oratoi s with the .-unount of stoi k and their nddresse are given below; Christian into, 1 1 .lion share, liayion; M. '. Johnson, s.Ouo sbares, ' lav ton. John S. v't'o, 1,000 share, I iaytoti. '1 in uiucari will have a new bank known as the First Stale Hank of Tiicumoari. A general banking hual ih ,s is the purpose of the Incorpora tors. It will have UO.OoO capital stock, divided into ;Iimi share. The shareholder together with their ad dresses and the amount of stork held by each follows; Hugh (Swift, l,iiR Cruces, president, 10 share; T, IE. Smith, Ui Cruce. vice-president. 100 shares; M, H. Keaton. Tucumcari, ca.-hler, 20 share. To own and to operate, placer mines Is tjie object for which the tluarnn teed liacej Mining Co. asks permis sion to do bttsine and maintain an office at I'laclta. Sandoval county. The stoi k of the concern is given a ,", with tne same number of shares, with a par value of i 1.00 each. The Incorporator, their addresses and the amount of stm k held bv eac h is as follows; P. M. Itrlll. Pataskala. l.nnn nhares: U. K. Walrath, Colnnt l us. I, lino shares; o. M. Walrath, Uol den, X. M 1,000 share. A. SPAIN'S QUEEN GIVES BIRTH TO DAUGHTER M a.lt id. I ico. J 2 Qui en. Victoria id r'patn, gave birth to a daughter this morning. This Is the fifth child born to tjnei o Victoria, the futtrth hd',;, still boin, King Alfonso and Vic toria I na. jirinces of Hatlenhurg were married May St. 1J0. Their first child. Prince Alfonso, was born May in. 11.07. the other children are Ptlnce Jaime and Prince? pcat-rka. NEW MEXICAN MOVES TO MODERN BUILDING Nwll ('rr(HmlrBee to Mnrnlng Journal 1 Santa Pe, X. M .. Pec. 11. The Santa Pe Pally Xew Mexican today commenced the task of moving from the iiuarters, It has so long occupied on the plaza to handsome and nioern home whic h the company ha recent ly erected on Palace avenue. The new oiflce. of the .New Mexican wlil be one of the most complete new-spa-per building In the outhwest and will be one of the most exclusively t.y Ihe paper. The task of moving the presses, linotypes nnd other machin ery Is an enormous one and a It must be accomplished without Inter ruption of the regular Issue of the pnper. It will require fully three Wee ks to complete. WELLS RESUMED P'ot 10 Overthrow Portnfjal. Paris, Pec. 12. Humanlte publish es an article signed "Knhra Klbaa," accusing King Alfonso anil the Spanish cabinet of acting in compile Ity with liormsmy in an attempt to owrihrow the Portusucsa republic, Prevention of Waste Has Re sulted in Replenishing of Un derground Streams in Pecos Valley District, pipeetal IlUpatrh t thf Moraine Jocaraal.) Santa Pe, X. M., Iec. 11. T. A. Olllett, mineral inspector of the gen eral land ot f ice. ha returned here from Hoswell where he ha been on official business connected with the artesian and oil well of that ecton. He reports that many of the artesian wells that had ceased to flow since 1907 had again begun to furnish wa ter. Better organization the new In spection system, prevention of waste and the wet season have caused a replenishing of many of the under ground atreama and reservoirs. He adda that owing to the careles use of BUb-aurfare water many of the lower part of the valleys are becom ing saturated with mineral unfavor able to vegetation. The cure he think 1 a complete control of wa ter right and the laying out of the land into drainage districts. L IR INQUIRY 11 L E TILL SPRING Senate Jf.Jr'estigiitln Commit tee Undecided About Admis sfjm ofj Testimony Alleging dinspktacB! Urged By Defense Br Mornlnc Jnornnl gpeelal Leased Wirt.) Wahlngt if, Deu ll. Whether Uxa senate Lorltner 'invosligatl'ia commi tee will go 'into the ali-5e1 reasons why tho internuti.i.i:'l ILirv.-siar com pany and the McCa'i.i'Cli family wcie oppiwed to Lcjriiner, may not bl lo cided for several, days. Cha'riivti Iillllngham said today that un exit'Tii natlon of the! record wjs neesKary to dKide the tmltit. Judge Haneey, counsel for tjrlmer, ha indicated that he will fight hard to allow what he claim is the Inspira tion of the charge against the Illi nois senator. It became evident today that no senator on the committee entertain ed hope that the first of the year would see the end of the tnquir). It I generally expected thut the c.i?e will be carried well over into the spring. Counsel for l.orlmcr are being ac cused of using every pretext for il lay. Witnesses were Introduced by the defense today to discredit the t.ati mony nf Charles A. White, the foame Illinois legislator who made mi leged confession that he had been bribed to vote for Lorimer, James W. Doyle, one. of the labor lobbyists at Kpringfleld, who said ho was there seeking certain Icgislpt'nn, declared White bad Intimated To Mm that he "wasn't living on wind,"' but Doyle gave no testimony of having been -directly for a bribe. V ? y y y y y y y y y y y 1 y i y y i X z z Y y z 1 9 y t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y t y f y y y y y y y y y y y y y y z IHH, H. W W,H 1 1 1 M t HIH H IIIIIHHHM..MHI,H T f t J I THIS BANK IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND HAS I X THE LARGEST BUSINESS OF ANY BANK IN I I NEW MEXICO WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS 1 PARASITE FOR KILLING OFF WHITE FLY FOUND Washington, Dec. 11. After travel ing around the world for eighteen month in search of a parasite which would attack the white fly that In fest the orange groves of the I'nited Slates, Tt. 8. Woglum of the bureau of entomology, department of agri culture, has reached Washington with the coveted prize. lie brought back rom India ix orange trees covered with the coveted parasite which h found In the hills of India. The par asites w ere In fine condition after their 12,000 mile trip. PLAN TO REORGANIZE DEFUNCT CORPORATION Seattle, Wash., Dec. 11. creditor of the Western Steel corporation, the $20,000,000 company, which was plac ed in the hands of receiver October IS. held their first meeting here to day and elected Lester Turner, Sut rlii'fe Maxtor and Kdgar Amc trus tee. Turner and Maxtor have been serving as receivers. Immediate ro-organlzatlon of the defunct corporation wa proposed at the meeting; by a representative of the Metropolitan Trust company of New York. If tho creditor would agree to un early sale, he said, the trust company would undertake the forma tion of a new company to take over the steel plant at Irondale. Wash,, and have It In operation by February or March of next year. The creditor of whom there arc TOO. agreed to moet again December SI to consider a formal proposition to thl effect. , Hugo :icvalur Plant Hums. Owen Sound. Ont., Dec. U. Fire tonight destroyed the elevator plant of the Canadian Pacific; railway com pany bere consisting of elevator "A" and "It," tn large wooden struc ture. One million bushel of wheat, ont and barley tored In the build ing were also burned. The financial losj l heavy. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE fIRST RATIONAL RANK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.f At The Close Of Business, December 5th, 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Bonds, Securities, Etc., Banking House and 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 x I I t X X X X DESIGN A TED DEPOSITOR Y OF THE t ! X i 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 I ? ? t t ? ? y ? V ? ? ? ? v t t ? A y t y z V y f y t t t ? t ? ? t t ? ? t t i ? ? ? y ? ? i ? i The Rare Vintages of France. This year's produce of Ihe famous sixty-one classified growths of claret, from Chateau Slargaux and Haul V.rion to Leoville and Pontet Caet, ha already been sold first hand at some GO per cent above the average price of the last decade, and such has been the demand from many coun tries for these 1911 clarets that they w ere all sold, as well a many of the llourgeol growth, Ix'Tore tho grapes were entirely gathered. Such a proceeding has never occurred In1 fore on the Hordeaux market, and It is a cuiiou spectacle to see, with few exception, ull the claret that were produced in 1810 on these well known estates still In the hand of the grower, 'for whic h probably less than one-half the price that t now being paid for the 190a would will ingly be accepted. The clarets of the li09 vintage are still In cask and should lie bottled in the spring of 1912. They promise to take a high rank among vintage claret, and hav ing been sold at comparatively mod ern te price at the time of the vlnt- HLVllULr Ik 1 I mm 1 Need Sunshine AND- Scott's Emulsion Next to sunshine, nothing restores health, strength and vitality like Scott's Emulsion ALL DRUGGISTS Ian JSXBCSSBJBK, -XSI AMU HEALTH IB KOfKtR AKO CHILI . WtssLow s SorTn-o Bvsrr Vas l -d?.ro-r SITY YKAKSbv MIT.LldNS otiii;; i b tiinr chilukks wuii.h rttK'lllMS. with PKKVKCT MVCI-.sa I' oviritKH mecHti.n ym-TKNs to c.t ta L:.AVssll 'a t M ; t'rKHn w iMiCut.lC. a' U lla tt rrcnwiy ior IdAKKini A, H i. h Klntly hstmie!. H lt 'k f"f "Mis V.tHfir SxxthiB Kvrup' d tk.t an Uitl iuv44tct-aviicraa betua, age, they have changed hand among the merchants of Hordeaux at en hanced rates. To give an idea of tne production of clarets of 1911 ns com pared with that of the last fine vin tage, namely. 1909, which was not a largo one, we may mention that Chateau Margaux ha produced 260 hogshead in 1911, a compared with 32s hogshead In 1909; 1,-ifite, 220 hogsheads, against 400: Leoville La ense. 4&.J. against 700; Uingoa. 2tfl, against n.ii; Chateau Loudenne, T-'O hogshead, against 700 In 19"9. To show the proliiicucy of the vine, it may be mentioned that at Chauteau Loudenne, with 125 acre of vine land, the weight of the grapes gath ered thi year amounted to upward of 270 ton, or equal to more tha 600, 000 pounds. There Is every probability of the 1911 sauterne wines being the finest since the famous vintage of 1893, Ihe extreme heat of three rainless months having produced to perfection that luscloiisness of the grape for which the white-wine district Is 'famous. Not only Chauteau d'Yquom, but also all the minor growths and the thou sand of Rotirgeois, Artisan and Peas ant growths, have produced sauterne of a richness that occurs only a few times in a century. In the Cote d'or. where the quan tity doe not amount to a third of an average crop, the prices paid for the wines are enormous. There has probably not been such a perfect vin tage a regard quality for more than twenty years, and many anticipate it may reach tho great year of 1S63. Tho white wines of Chablis, although extremely limited In quantity. Mill also b very fine in quality. The champagne vintage this year 1. both in the white and red grape districts, of exceptionally fine qual ity; but the quantity will, unfortu nately be small. The prices bi'lus paid are the highest for many yearn With 1910 a complete blank and 19J and 190 Indifferent, there Is. with the exception of a limited quantity f 1907s, only the vintage of 1 MOH to he shipped, which is already sold t" the merchants in Kngland and other parts of the world. London Times. Insurance Hill Favored. London, Dec. 11. David Lloyd George's national Insurance bill paw ed it second reading In tho house of lords today without division. Xotcti Sculptor Pond. New York, Dec. 11. Thomas null, the sculptor, died todav at his home in Mont tMair. N. J., in his nlncty third year. November 29 ho was In jured by u fall and gradually gre' worse. . - Mrs, Molina I.hvcll Divorced. New York, Dec. 11. A decree of divorce on the ground of desertion was granted today In Jersey t'itV ,0 Mrs. Molina IChvell, from Frank Ed win Klwi'll the soiilpef.r. Mr. Elwell put In no delunse. They wore mar ried In Paris in IMS 2. 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