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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
COLORADO IIJEC1 Real NAVAJO INDIAN SACRED FIRE DANCE
ONE OF WORLD'S
Led by Chief Peschlikline
At the Exposition. Grounds in front of grandstand at 5:50 o'Clock Thurs
day Night, Oct. 1.
supervising engineer This dance is the most weird indulged in by any living Indians, and was never before given in
the presence of white people. Over ten cords of wood used ip one tire.
String of Reservoirs on Great .
Desert River Will One Day !
Reclaim Two Million Acres,
tu speak. In the palm of Ml
"TU. llOQMV.lt lani in Mm Salt riv
r valles will, when completed, bi 30
pft cent larger thun thr famous As-
souan ilam on t ii .Mir. he .s.iul, it
will ot exceeded In fix'- prubahty only
by certain dams In India nd Albert,
the Vuma project in southern Arizona I Canuda. Tin' Kngle dam On the Rio
la the rent scheme now arailually tak-! raml. will have twice tin capaciti
A i i nit of great storage reservolral
xt' miing along the Colorado river 1
from the drew river in Colorado to1
ing shape 1 the plans of th
Slati i ( tarnation service. Tin Vuma
project, or Iiguna ilnm. now build"
I n k In southern Arizona, will be only
one unit in u great system of dams
United of the Rooo8v.li i'.am, however, n
lowing to the Irregular flow of this
iiver and Its Well known vagaries, In
loludlng the ii' posit or"iiit. the dam
j must perforce 00 larger. .The La-
wlileli will reclaim two million acres guna dam on the ( Qioraao, while ont
Of now worthless land, and take its, a ÜVerslon dam. hax tin. distinction ol
plan among the world's greatest I being the only one of its type In
achievements tn bringing water to the America it is mile long and
desert. It will cost more than forty j founded entlrel) On lilt and sand
minion dollars. ! bed rock whatever, like tims.
The scheme even a." conservatively I Pi li'dia
pictured by Louis C. Hill, of the re -iamation
service to a Morning Jour
nal representative last night, i.s seen
el once to be of vast proportion! Mr.
In the Salt
Hill, who Is supervising engine' r for
the southwestern district for the reo
laniatlon service, is perhaps better
nulifico than any one else to talk ol
tin- government's plans to reclaim the
southwest. Mr. Hill has under his dl-
reclton the ouildlng of tin- r.t. pmitu
the great lloosi velt dam
River valley ; the tun
Strawberry valley project
project In the Pecos vail- .
gr it Colorado river echenv
has under his direction half a dozen of
the world's great reclamation projects.
While Mr. Hill explains that even
these are for from being so extensive
as some now In progress in India and
Kgypt. yet they are big enough to
form a gigantic work.
Mr. Hill has recently returned from
that part of the Oreen river which
extends Into Colorado before It Joins
with the lira ml river p form tin
Colorado. A reservoir Inn; is plan
ned which will impound twice more e
w.it.-r than any other In the world. e
"In the event of the completion ol e
this system of resera "irs "ii the Colo-la
nnl'i." vald Mr. Hill la.-t night, "of .
which the creen riv.r reservoir Willi a
be but unit, two million cree of I .
land win be reclaimed, inciuoing mat
already onder irrigation bj gov rn
ment dams. The amount or water In
the Colorado rlvr is twelve linns as
mu''h as b carried by the rtio Qrafede;
"The Colorado Is a much inore d -gtrtlCtlve
stream, as vl.lene. d by It
work In the imperial valla of Cali
fornia, but tin reclamation service
hopes in time to so r gulati and con
trol this great stream that II will do
no further serious damage Tin plans
for the storage of waters of tin Colo
rado at various places along the river
will, when liny materialize, result Ir.
a tremendous system Of units, each
one of which WlH reclaim a wist arre-
d In an Interesting
details of which lie
Ida to i:
a nu n
power to drive tin- big tunnel, which
has been dflvet! 1 ..".ok feet In six
we. ks we start a big force of men
there. Sixty thousand acres near
PrOVO, tftth, will be reclaimed at a
cost nf about $10 per acre.
"Tin Unoscw'lt dam. which will re
claim L'00.000 acres. Is now as high as
se enty-flve feet In placet, tin- aver
age height being about sixty feat.
When completed it will be two hun
dred and forty feel high, and we arc
raising it about eight feel a month.
The 1500,004 diversion dam at Oran
Ite Kief Is finished. It will take from
twenty month! to two years to com
plete the big dam, if we continue the
work at tin- same rate. We have de
veloped SO, ooo horse power, transmit
ted seventy miles for pumping and
other purposes. The project expands
at e proceed, but it will cost any
where from six millions upward."
are putting In
em atol other preliminary
doing .'orín excavation on
wulls of the canyon, Work
project will go steadily ahead Kdltoi
Strawberry valley pn
Tonk out lot
am lent dan f
Hours of perfora
California in, ludes the transferring of
water through a three mile tunnel
from "in drainage ana across the
Carlsbiid 1 mountains to another. There will hi
and tin I a power plant with -I.OoO horse power,
lie thus i all hut the units being now Installed
alie, '. U a. in.. 1 p.
m. and X p. m., on Central avenue, be
tween Third and Fourth streets.
Through your columns i wish to
Corred a false statement as to an
overcharge made by me. by Mr. and
Come and See the
Wheels Go Round
M rs. Wilson h
bibit sent by
merce of Lou
' paiii eight
: half dolían
re in charge of the ex
ilie Chamber of Com-
,os Angeles, who said they
dollars for lodging one
one meal each, when the
they left without my
and without paying
I asked them two and ti
for tin- room and seventy-
Mr Hill talk
manner of the
projects, all th
Th,- Morning Journal extends
a cordial invitation to everyone
who Is Interest, ,! to call at our
luxuriantly furnished barn and
see .1 real. IK,- lie WSpil I 11 1' art
department at work, Mr. W U.
Humphries, oí tin- Humphries
Photo company, official photo
grapher tor tin- exposition, is
great as a reception committee
He Is almost as good at It as
he is at photography, and that
Is going a lonu way. because the
Humphries pictures are good
enough to take home The
Morning Journal regrets that the
an department happens to he in
the barn, but there wasn't any
place ' ise to put it And the art
department is lust .is effective
mi, I efficient In tin barn as if it
win- In a seven-room flat.
Mi Humphries and his staff
look some pictures in Convention
hall yesterday that are so perfect
the faces of the delegates may
lie distinguished at a glance.
The picture mad'' Just at the
opening of the session Is a re
markable t-xampi, ,,f modern
live cents each for tin- dinner, making
a total of four dollars. Tin y came
Friday morning, and lift Saturday
.A.cy s. BESWICK,
Casa de Oro.
CLIFTON BOYS LOSE
I The score might indicate that the
game was a little one-sjded. but it j
was neck and neck up to the last half i
Of the tenth Inning. The feature of
the game was tin good pitching b
Harmon, of Clifton, who struck ou:
fourteen nun. Harmon pulled off a
sensational stunt In the fifth Inning.
Three Trinidad nu n got on bases Kith
no outs. Hurtuoii got egeeeaingij
busy and pitched sizzling ball to the
next three men up with the result
that he fanhed all three of them out.
Ambrose, Owens and Kramer en
tile three batters who could not get
on the right side of Harmon's curves
at the OrttOiX! moment. Hamgrow.-r,
from Trinidad, was hit frequently and
was not successful In striking out any i
of the Clifton boys. Good fielding
behind him alt the time and heavy
hitting when tin Trinidad bunch were
it bat was responsible for the winning
nf the game. Trinidad made one run
in the seeond, two In tfcc fourth, one
! in tin ninth and four in the tenth.
CliftOtl made two In the second and
wen- unable to si ore again until the
ninth, when tiny made two more,
which tiid the score. The Trinidad
luds then donned their batting clothes
and batted tin- ball. One or two play
ers on tin- Clifton team lost their
nerve and mad,- serious errors, which
resulted in Trinidad forcing four men
across the plate. Clifton was shut out
in tin- last hall of the ti nth inning.
The game today will likely be be
tween Trinidad und Albuquerque,
'alguno will pitch for Trinidad, and
Spear, a former Wichita boy, who was
sold to Detroit a few week! ISR) for
J.OOO, will be In the box for the
Grays. Clancy. Graham, Pettus and
Hettinger, all of them good men. will
be In the Infield for the locals. The
game should be a fine exhibition, as
both teams are about evenly matched.
The game will commence at 3 o'clock
harp. Umpire Newhouee officiated
fat yesterday's game and his decisions
Were received without orotest from i
I either side. He w ill also umpire to- I
Tin- box score of yester- I
Alt ft. II I'd.
Colorado Aggregation Takes
ever, Was in
the Game All
ii Inning game of rattling
i ball, Which was replctn I
r playing und interesting
situations. Trinidad took the first!
game of tin tournament by defeating
the CUfton team by the seme of 8 U i
Creen If. . .
Brlerly, c. .
Kuner, lb .
I Hale, ct ..
I I ck, i son
i Allen, ss.
Hai ni, ni.
Alt ft. II I'm
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All kinds of Cakes, Pies,
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We have Just opened another
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and large ones, at that
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Summary Three-base bus, Kuner!
2. Two-base hits, Hale. Stack. Cor
han, Kramer. First on balls, off
Barngrowcr ,'i: oft' Harmon fi. Li lt
on bases. Trinidad 10: Clifton ?,.
siriiek out, by Harmon 14. Passed
balls, orendorff 2. Doub'e plays. Am
bros and Kuner, Hit by pitcher, Dick
inson. Allen. Uulk, Barngrowcr. Time
of gafe :';n.
Tin- first game of the college tour
nament will be played this morning
between the team from the University
of New Mexico and the I'uited States
Indian school, both teams from this
city. Th,. game will commence at
RECEPTION NOT AN
For the Information and guidance
of the wives and daughters of the
delegates to tin- Irrigation congress.
It Is announced that the reception t
be glv.-n at the Commercial club this
afternoon by the ladles' reception
committee of the irrigation congress,
or who have accompanied tbt. gen-
j II. men delegates here, ale extended
a cardial Invltutlon to attend the re
ception. Which will be held in the club
from 4 to S o'clock thl evening. The
ladles having the affair In charge
have been at work for many days
computing the arrangements, and
those who attend are assured a pleas
Millions of bottles of Fol.v's Honey
and Tar have been sold without any
person ever having experienced any
other than beneficial results from Its
use for coughs, colds and lung trou
ble. Thin In because tne genuine Fo
ley' Honey and Tar In the yellow
package contains no oplstes or other
harmful drugs. Guard your health by
refusing sny but the genuine. Sold by
J. H. O'itielly Co.
Such as you will need for the
the coming fair.
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Glass, Cement, Wall Paper and Rex Flintkote Roofing.
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'New Building, New Furniture, Steam Heat, good Large i
Rooms, all First Class. Corner Copper and Third.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
Good Tilings to I Jit.
Mall Orders Filled Same Day us
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Phone No. 1029
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Congress Urged To Attend Coni
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Loaim and discounts $ 1 ,6 2 2 .7 .1 r..S 2
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Cash and exchange X66.596.82
Casli resources 1,200, 534. 32
Capital S 200.000.00
Surplus and profit 53.562 85
Circulating note 200,000.00
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