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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
A Group of Distinguished Foreigners Attending the Irrigation Congress fjRlll!ftNI SOCIAL
"Down to the Minute"
Phótfl bj Humphries
Heading from Iríi in rilii Scnor Kalonier.
from Germany; Señor Kllas. nf Mexico;
nuil: lr. Bada n. - ol Brasil: Dr. ,
dm: , . i
Xitcainuii, oí M'm
Ihu mi.iii. ni lIC il
ray, clialraia n of the
un nuil'. n presenting
my: O. Ooatliuiscn, oí Cape Colony; Uetr Plehu, consol al Denver
rommlttec of foreign repreaen tallón : Sesgar Cario Comancbo, of
Mu- Italian government; Honor Jone Maria Garda of chihuahua
ILLINOIS IS OUI WITH A
CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY
H. Griswold. of the Chicago Record-Herald. One of the
Widely Known Newspaper Men of the Middle West. Urged
by His Friends for the Office.
i ü-.ii Itecord-Heraid, and hsa been
engaged especially in Immigration
and i iiliiiixiil'im work for a number
of yearn, having ht d charge of the
i. il enlate department of his newspa
ti i . Mr, CrlswoltVs knowledge ot the
West M thorough and the very strong
argument is being made for hint thai
thi election of 1 secretary from Illi
nois would i"- specially advantageous
irini e li I o"i so much In the VVeat
that Information about the Weal if
needed, as In Mía Central itatea and
the W' st whence come the then Hto
an building horneé in the semUarlfl
dersoh was 1
llajwtoa Boom Grows.
The boom fur George 11. Barstow,
for president of the congreae, td
vñnced considerably last night, aev
eral "f Hie .staio delegations deter
mlnlng to aopporl him. Thus far no
othci candidate fur the office baa
been promlnlswtlj referred i among
the delegan s.
while the matt.
in hm irrigation
left in abeyaac
action ot more
the presidency delegates began t
oongresa tor 1 96t i
pending the trana
the secretaryship, one ni
Important office of th
luu come Into proralm nee
ttirouKh the Bctivitv of a
ollg list of
supporters of f. h. Qriawold. of Illi
nois, who is being urged foi election
to thnt office. -Mr. Griawold'a boom
for the secretary-hip. while It has
been growing rapidly ever situs tiwiu
arrive 11 Allniqucr-
que, ivai formally launched last night
ai a caucua of the Illinois delegation,
v. in n he wga unanimously endonad
for the position. Announcement of
the action uf Ibis cáucu spread
rapidly, and before the evening was
far advanced, the delegates from a
doa o atatea had fallen into line foe
the Chicago man. Mr. Qriawold i
one of the must widely known news
Dai r ir.i-n In Hie Middle Weal He
reí 1 iiimr newapanei
and ills high itandlng in his
i mi. make him an Ideal man
... ci etaryshlp
among the i
cajea thai hi
in the erehi
in. his far
Reception in Honor of Foreign
Delegates and Charity
Keep Those in Search of Di-'
Two brilliant rodal events marked 1
th,. first evening of the irrigation
congrega session. The reception to
foreign delegates In Convention bail 1
.vas a notable affair. In line with I
the long list of foreign representa
tives were Governor Curry and staff.
General Bell, General Thomas and
aide, and the officers Of the Twenty
flret Infantry, the officers of the Ir
rigation congress, Mayor Felix H.
Lester, officers of the hoard of con
trol and a number of prominent
visitors. Dr. B, McQueen Cray, un
der whose direction the reception
was arranged and conducted, man
Igad his s0mcwh.1t arduous office
with great success, and for several
hours de legatee and visitors. Albu
querque people by scores filled the
ball, the floor having been cleared
for the occasion. President Itipley,
Of the Santa Fe. H. 1'. MUdge, of the ;
Kock Island; l'nul Morton, of the
Skiultable Life Insurance company,.
and a long list of prominent railroad 1
men who are the gtteitg of Mr. Rip
ley and Mr. Mudffe, were among those
who called to pny their respects to
the delegates from other nations.
The Chfttity hnll In Bfksi' ballroom,
was equally successful. The ladles of!
the Benevolent society, who managed !
the affair had disposed of an Incredi- !
hie number of tickets, and the attend
ancg was large. The music was ex- 1
ceptionally good, and all arrange-!
menta for the hall w ere admirably j
A. E. Anderson & Co.
Suits and Overcoats
$18.00 to $45.00
Reynolds & Loken
119 South Second St.
if the congreea, and the
which his name apread
legates last night Indi
win have a lung lead
that there is ;i conteirt
for tiiiit offlt .
The tlUnbla deli
Smith. Of the I'm
chairman of the
K. Wtoon, of the
llf the ennmilttee
m.i Baaa, to the
gation elected ' a
k island railroad
. . . . r , . . . r . . 1 1 r r-. . i i .
delegation, Robert MJ KU Ul" UALIrUniNIA
Santa P"e, member T-r-.ii v - . v n, m in!
o I nUINuL Y rAVUní) rl.AIM
I oilier s,, ai Eventa.
j Mayor Felix H. Lester entertained
a large party at dinner last niKht, in-
cludlng officers of the Iriigntlon con-1
greaa, nu mbers of the foreign delega- j
tlon, and a number of other promi- ;
nent guests of Albuqucriiue.
Director John Barrett, of tin- bu-
1 nan of American república, will en
tertain at dinner at the Alvarado ho-i
' tel tonight, In honor of the foreign
delegates attending the Irrigation
Santa Cruz Valley
The Most Irrigable County on Earth
Write Chamber of Commerce for Books
on resolutions, and
committee .111 per- j
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
inliei of the
if tie Chi- manent organisation, while D. H. An
Movement to Establish Perma
nent He'áckiiiarteis and Con
duct Steady Work Gaining
Strength' With Deletes,
Washington, Sept. 2. New
W. It. I (unk
chris '. Oreen,
r, a well-known
li in tie- city.
of Tronc, N.
Site of the Roosevelt Dam and diversion canal. Probably the
most spectacular of the various rjovemment projccls. Built
for business with plenty of it in sight.
The valley, a part oí it. has been u(e- cultivation for years.
Under primitive methods, and others farther advanced, devel
opment was remarkably rapid and comfortable fortunes have
been the result.
i mi. i iin sjmmt perferl and ark'ntlHc mmhIkmI rtae govefiMMMUil
u greater urea will lie I 1- 1 1 1 1 1 MIMtcr 1 uliualloii gad bOWCf iiiui'ii
laimii frnn bind- at ntvariM nocuplctl, cri-eoit. Hlaaenbt. (ilendah
main ollii r 4 Hie- in the valle) are xtorili Mfing on
ImcMig. I'le-mtt. le.. mid
Round Trip Tickets
Phoenix, via Grand Canyon, $29.95
a movement which is gaining con
siderable strength among the dele
'gates to the flVlgatlon congress and
which has been quietly discussed for
sunn time past atUOttg the leaders of
! the work of the congrega, has for its
object tin- eatabUshment of pelota
nent headquarters uf tii' congress,
the employment of a secretary to con
duel the headquarters, and to Cart)
.nit systematic investigation into re-
i e tarnation n urk ami fields where re
clamation may brpve profitable for
i the nation. The plan is a large one,
Inn it is believed that It could be
made not only successful, hut of vnst
value in the work of tin- congress,
nnd to leml-arid America.
"i have given some consideration
to llils plan," said lion. II. A. Jastro,
if Bakersfleld, Calif., yesterday," and
lit seems tu un- to be nut nnl.v prac
tical.!. . Inn worthy of careful con-
! stderatlon, Rlgnl how, w ith a view to
Mr. .lastro who is prcglden! of the
National l.intock assnciatlou, and
' whose knowledge ot the workings of
; large orgiinizations like the Irrigation
: cOngreaa, is thorough, believes the
work to be dune through a perma
nent headquarters would be inns; ef
fective. The congress, in this way," he
said, would be able to carry on In
Vest 'gallon, make rejiorts to the con
greaa and generally pave the way for
Inti Itigent aotlou and affective work
Upon many matters In which as now
BOH dUC ted any action must he Indefin
ite and unsatisfactory. The work to
he done by this plan would be most
uaeful In forming public sentiment,
and in the campaign of education
which must still be carried on If we
are to enlarge and make most useful
the large program of cnservatlon of
our natural resources."
sterday to remain
Is in the
J. ii. .Miller, registrar of
Mexico Agricultural college.
c ity for a short stay.
filarles W, (i. Ward, district at
torney of San Miguel county Is in
A.lbUQ.uerqUe for a stay uf several
Mrs. i' 11. Twist has returned to
AibUqUerqUe from a visit of several
weeks with friends In the Northern
Hark Thompson, district
of I lona Ana county, was among
Mesilla valley people who arrived yes
terday. Territorial Superintendent of Schools
Janu s B. Clark has arrived in tin
to remain several days during tin; ex-
Frederick Wletser, manager of the
American Beet Sugar Company, will
arrive in the city today to Tiniain
during the congress.
William A. MUllgne and W. O.
Woerner, prominent citizens of Carls
bad, arc in the city to attend, the congress.
thirteenth consecutive meeting of that
1 body which Mr. Craig hns attended.
A. J. EJechtman, of Ban Francisco,
'vice president and treasurer of the
Fresno irrigated Farms company, is
one of the prominent nu n of the Cali
fornia delegation at the Irrigation
i The delegates from the Santa Fe
board of trade to the convention of
1 commercial organizations to be held
today, consists of I., it. l'rlnce, II. M.
Head, Fred Muller, Frank Owen and
it. I.. Bacai
Charlea Kgnna, a college mate of
'Mrs. Rupert F. Asplund, is in the city
j for a couple of days, attending tho
exposition and looking after business
i interests in the vallev. Mr. Hanna
leaves tonight fur Riverside, Calif.,
Among Urn arrivals In the Tucson
delegation yesterday were I'rofessor
: O. K. P. Smith, Irrigation engineer at
attorney tn territorial university; Or. Hobnrt
tll, r. onauucK, oi me wnnweu aunar-
managing editor ot
M. Roberts of the
I lum; A. II. Lyon,
; the Star and J,
California Wine company.
I inc ueiegaics ironi jiraosi are an
1 narq ai work upon ipe proposition ot
' the proposed exclusion after the ad
journment of tin- cjuk.css to the
cities or Prescott, Phoegis ami Tuc-
, son. The excursion Is to run, as plan-
, ned, over the Santa Fe to Phoenix and
: thence down to Tucsnr, via the Soutn-
1 em Paclftc,
service free of charge, Is offered by
the Now Mexfao board of dental ex
aminers, to those who will present
themselves In Dr. E. J. Hlgcr's of
fice at !i o'clock this morning. The
only condition attached to the offer,
is that the person be in need of the
services of a dentist. The preference
will be given in order of application
first come flret served.
The moving pictures and illustrated
songs pleased another large crowd at
the skating rink last night. The sub
ject, "Wouldn't That Tire You?" a
comic sketch. Illustrating some of the
unpleasant incidents of automoblling.
Is a producer of heartv laughter. The
other subjects, "A Burglar's New
Trick, "A LÚCky Accident," "The
Tale of a Hat." and "Oil, What Lungs"
contain some very comical situations.
The program, on the whole, Is an ex
ceptionally good one.
The bulbs of the Altar sociHy of
the Immaculate Conception church
will give a suiqjer for the benefit of
I be church extension. lit the St.
Mary's school, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, from ." to 7 p. m.
Thlrly-flve cents admission.
BLACKFEET HUE 111
Madges were conspicuous through
Ollt the convention ball vestcrdav nf-I
1 ternoon carrying the Inception "Tuc-
Mrs. W. K. I.ogan. of Fort WoYin, non LUI." The memlirrs of the I
Tcxa, Is In the city, the guest of her congress from tin southern half of
daughter, Mrs. John I'owkr, of r.ll Arizona are all working hard to keep
South High street. Tucson before this congress, and en-
Frank D. Crespln, ot the firm of f , thusinatlc In thej.- declaration thnt
S Cresnin V Sons. of liuadalupe "' ytvinma wo inane nam ngnt TOJ
COUnty, Is here to attend the con- !
WORK OH I
EIGHT CANDIDATES TO
' PRACTICE DENTISTRY
4 Mil) I' piiilll
I'll-o. I -l
Hull mil -liool.l
I rut i -. Ileiiilie:
i i are Prcofi I'ahVy, Itio
La- egaa, Kama IV uml
rrtiorial Board pssm on ynaUOca-
linns ni pplhnnl-.
Ii.ku- mi -ab OelnlH I :t lo III,
lion. tie., ill Sg sMn al SUfSNi
Im'SBMte, DcMfiptlvr lllertfusv, informa-
or nt liil'oi inailon I'm. oil. ( cat In I gfOMU
ni .'ii- .In Motel.
T. E. Purdy, Agent
Bight candidates for a license to
practice dentistry In the territory np
p. a re, before the New Mexico Dental
Examining board yesterday and wen
subjected to a severe w ritten i xamln
Btlon. Toilav they will be given an
opportunity to demonstrate their effi
ciency in practical work, a clinic will
be hell at n o'clock this morning In
Dr. 10. J. Algi i 'k qfflcO, nt which the
candidates will perform various den
tal operations An Opportunity Is of
fered tn perMbs requiring dental ser
vices to nbtnln the tame without
i bargi hj nuiklng application at
o'clock tbl- morning In Dr. Ais rV of
Uos, The following 'oig mm are
taking the exumlnatlon: J. S. Sulli
van, c C ('lark. K. J. Oudypr, C. F.
Pelmigv ir Orsham. B, B. Braodle,
ft k Vim Hunt. Muy BOSUt
The examining board Is COSgppd
of in-, m. 3 Moran, of Panting; ir
I. B. Frvuie, of Carlsbad: Dr. F B.
i Olnty. of Las Vegas, and Dr. K. J.
I Alger, of thla city.
Tln re will be a meeting of the
Methodist Bpiaoopal chgrch, south,
tomorrow evening at 7:I!0 o'clock. All
members are requested to be present.
Col. James Tracy, president of the
Luna COUttty fair association. Is in the
city to obtain a few pointers from tho
Irrigation congress, to which he Is a
Mrs. A. Z. Cruise and sister, Miss
Spanow. of Kansas Clly, arrived on
the limited yctterday and will be the
guests of Mrs M. W. I'lournoy dur
ing the congress and fair. .
Dr. and Mrs. Flnlny, ncc
bj M. rritt Flnlny and wife
will, are here during the
the gm-sts of A. A. Trimble.
Victoriano Vnldez, pastor
I'resbyterlan church at Los
dc Taos, accompanied by Mrs. Vntdcz,
Is vlelting the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Francisco I'orrn. of 1 205
Dr. Luther Fosti r and Dr. W. B
Oarrbon. heads of the New Mexico
Agricultural colluge. are hrre in
i barge of the Cadete from that In
Arthur Middbtun, who Is to sing in
"Tht1 Ooldeti Legend" tonight at the
convention hall, has a splendid bas.sn
voice, which in "The Toreador" I
Mild to be about the most magnificent
thing, vocally speaking, Albuqui rque
ana will hear In a long tiun
Hclplo OMR editor of tho (Ttro
grnph, publbihiMl nt Medianil--, Cal., if
In the city tn attend the Ifrlgntloi.
congress. The piexont eongrea la thr
it next year,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Band, of Las
Vegas, are in Albuquerque for the
congreae. Mr. Hand is one of the
foremost promoters of sugar beet
growing In New Mexico, nnd Is among
the prominent workers for the ex
position. Mr. Hand has offered a ;:n
spau of mules to the farmer making
the best Individual egltlMt or grain.
"Little Johnny Junes," at the Flks'
theater October .1, is being looked for
ward to With much pleasure by Albu
querque people, and the thousands of
visitors, and It will be a case of first
come first serv. d when the tickets sro
on sale October L. This Is one of the
mp.'inlcd most popular musical successes In the
of Iloe-1 country, and the seats will be literal
cingress, j lv Kt,bbled up.
The Ladies or
the Altar society of
M.U 11,11 p. c ii ii i ic i une, i , 1 1 , , r i cniiicn
! will serve a supper from five to seven
this evening and tomorrow evening In
the St. Mary's scln.nl building, near
Sixth and Cupper. Tin- proceeds from
tin affair will be turned over to the
church extern Inn. An automobile win
, carry patrons from the downtown dis
trict to the school building during tip
W. A. Chapman, of Matou, the man
who built the Colfax county building
at the ... pusitmn Is one of the proml-
Two Medicine Project in Mon
tana Will be First Completed
Almost Entirely by Indian
"The TWO Medicine government di
version dam being built in Northern
Montana, will have the distinction,
when finished, of being the rlrst one
on which practically all the labor was
done by Indians," snld Charles E.
Dagonetle. last night, Mr. Dugonettc,
who la supervisor of imitan employ
ment for the bureau of Indian uffalrs,
with headquarters here, has Just re
turned from Montana, where he has
marly two hundred Mlnckfect In-
n the project wits)
din ns at work
mams ano Fresno scrniicri,
"An unusual thing here Is that the
Indians are furnishing their own
teams," Hiiid Mr. Dagonette. "They
are proving splendid laborers, and
are fully as content working on the
dam as al home on their reservation.
They are Just beginners at this, or any
sort of work, and huve made a fine
showing. The project here will cost
from 1600,00 to IHOO.OOO. and I be
lieve will Irrigate some 20,000 acros."
kJ . . 1 Mil - . . .
llllll Mate Cltv llo.i tr.r- In ...1.1...,....; ' ' ri-eiamatlOll
around the city this w-eelt
George A. Fleming, secre.ary of the
La Vegas Commercial club, and a
member of the New Mexico bureau of
Immigration, Is In the city to attend
the irrigation congreas. Mr. Firming
la a delegate at large from New
An opportunity to aecurc dental
In the Southwest. Is said to be
the most successful man In handling
the Indlnn Inbor furnlahed by Mr.
Dagonette. having employed eucceas
fully hundreds of restless and blood
thirsty Apaches on the Laguna dam.
Messra. Dagonette and HIH have dono
more than any other two men pro
bably to demonstrate the value of the
Indian as a laboring man