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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
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j. h. coons o C WATSON H- - snyder
aiuit't lit i .1 i I, n I ill' (Ntlllb flir KFw ' s Dlktrirt Maniurer foe Southern I
superintendent of Agents for
Southern Colorado mil New Mexico.
127-131 Central IHk, Pl'KBLO, COLO.
District Manager for Southern Now
Mexico. 16 X. T. Armijo Bldg.,
AXBCQl ERQl E, N . M.
New Mexico and Southern Colorado.
Office 127-131 Central Block,
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
DELEGATION GETS OFF
THE TRACK IN KANSAS
Boosters From Noithwest Dis
tributing Tons of Badges and
Souvenirs Around Town,
The Ipokani deli gfition lo th
ligation congrí', hend l t
Irani Monro, set-re um ol i" Sin -
Knnc cnainOer "i cominen i-, u rn. mi
In the city yesterduj i 'nlng mi Its
special cm all' I various trials Hinl
tribulation., being n -K-I once ;
tho Northern Paclfli ditched again in
Colorado and sent b mlstak
over Into Kaii'. i- l fore the mud
vil rectified, ami tiny were headed
again tot Albuquerque.
While ñu larg in numbers, the
delegation make Dp the deficiency In
enthusiasm, ami 1 making a idg ad
Vertlstag campaign to gol lité next
' meeting "f tii. congress for Spokane,
Tin y an di-triliutiug smile v. ry novel
badge ami souvenirs by thi handful
i and otherwise making a noise like
"We feel that
m xt mectiug,"
Bon of the sei
Irrigation devi '
fullj n uil ted b)
latter boot n pri s
I thi whole wide u .
! Spokane ean fully
n I loin of holding
i there, The meeting place should ho
more widely Mattered in luccenlvu
(years and the northwegt is the terri
ltor t. which the nest logical move
ihoutd in road."
Tii Spokane men are urging a." an
added attraction th" opportunity for
delegate" t- attend the .viu.-ka-Yukon-
exposition next year. Many
legates are expected to air ve
on Mo. 1. and !) tight with
'esiivi Cu. id., boosters for the
Igri Ik will he fully (in.
10 BEGIN INE
Spokane In. old get the
said Mr. ftloni last
it is in a dl'f'rcnt ICC"
t and In a naM whese
ipmoni has nut been
tii.- congress. The
lit." til. ieoile ci'
. --t an.! w.. believe
the I'"1'. m t
CHARLES W, M0TT TAKES
ACTIVE PART IN CONGRESS
Veteran Immigration Promoter
i Tells of the Marvelous Re
sources of the Wonderland
of the Far Northwest.
th.- conditions that confront him. The
WoTk of an emigration agent, if he is
wipe, will be confined strictly to the
truth. .Most colonisation agents
should know that Moses was the firni
real Irrigator and emigration agent
Hp sent his assistant agents over into
the promised land and they returned
with pomgrnnutcs anil grapes, which
told the truth about th. promised
land. When Mopes led his people into
the promised land he did lint have to
wait to construct large Irrigation can
als and was not hampered by lack ol
water fur irrigation purposes, He took
time by the forelock and struck water
from the rocks as he went along and
got all the water he needed. So you
sec thi' business was lirrnly established
byonO of the most ancient and hon
orahlc gentlemen in this world. Thi.
real success In colonization work con
sists in this: First you must have
CHARLES V. MOTT,
General Immigration Agent of the
M.I M.IMs. ' Ol It
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Photo b) Hiiniihri. n
lelilí) ill III.
Walton, Morning Journal staff Photographer
l.l I (.It IVT MUX ROE
lUaiie Chamber oí Comsncrce wim
Col, Charles w Mott, general emi
gration agent of the Northern Pacific
railway, with headquarters in St.
Paul, the man who is known as t he i
.han of the school of colonisation,
has arriv. d In the city and will re
main here OOtll after the irrigation
congress, Mr. Mott is a delegate to
the congress from Minn. sota, and also
an honorary vlct. presiden! front that
late. Mr. Mott has been connected
with the colonisation dcpartinent or
the North. -in I'aeilie for many yean
and has been prominently identified
with th development and up-building
f that patt of the northwest. In his
official position, Mr, Mott has come
in contact with the men who have
mud. tin- northwest the great strip of
i in lit ry it 1, has taken a hading part
in its upbuilding and is perhaps more
familiar wilh the conditions of that
particular section than any other liv
ing man. When seen yesterday at the
Alvarado hotel. Mr. Mott, in speaking
f the uphulhling of a country, of a
state' or a OOUMy said Ihut it
; like the building of a House.
a good foundation will always
support a guild upright,'' were
the words used hy Mr. Mott to illus
trate latter his meaning. "You have
got to get Into a country a class of
people who are intelligent and law -a
hiding, as the llrst settlers of any
country form and make tin reputa
tion und conditions of that country
for the future years.
"A great many pi Opio ! lleve that
i olonizution und migration work 1?
largi ly the work of a hot-air artist.
You've got to know your territory, its
soil, i tivironnn nt and what II can
produce; win r.' a market can he pro
vided for the produce and where
churchiH .nMi schools may he eTectod
und maintained. A.. y organization
that procures emigration hy unworthy
representations, is losing time. To he
successful in this business you havs
to be absolutely truthful, for if you
misrepresent the facts, you produce n
diswitlllcd settler who will keep awaj
lift'-en other possible settlers, if you
do not Misrepresent facts, a contented
settler will add live other settlers. S
So the more truthful you are in
repn sentatlons you make to
hOmogeokST, the mor. enthusiastic he
will he with his n.w home and with
ami give away their thought and ex
perience. The arid suites cannot be
divided with two congresses. In my
opinion the congress rnould radiate a
thousand miles each year from north
to the middle and southwest so that
all the states can be supplied with the
spirit of the congress. There lire two
things Which must be taken Into con
sideration in connection with this suli
Joc't The first is that the Q. A. II.
meets In Tacoma next year and the
Yukon-Alaska . xposltlon will he in
full swing in Seattle about the time
in. irrigation congress should meet.
For the same amount of money a per
son can take In the Q. A. It. met ting,
the Yukon exposition and a tide trip
to tlic Yellowstone park. Spokane if
tin commercial center of the great in
land empire of the northwest, which
enilirace.s portions of Fast Oregon,
Northern Idaho, Western Montana
and East Washington. Spokane has a
large number of magnificent hotels,
hospitable und entertaining. Visitors
to the congress would be well onlcr
tained, well fed. well housed and tak
en care of in every way. What else
"hould a visitor or a delegate to a con-
COT RATE ON
ALBQ. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
! The famous Driscoll Model
The swelled Tailored Suits with Sheath Skirts, Amer
icanized to lie worn open or closed. This Style lias only
been out ten days, and Is the "Hit of the Season."
You can get one at E. Mulvivam's only. Snceinl orders
to Measure 10 per cent Extra.
E. MAHARAM, sie w. central
Blankets, Comforters am; Villous,
in eadloas variety at the lowest prices.
Albert I a her. :l08-:tlo Central Ave.
Sheet, Pillow Cases and Towels, at
Wheeled Scraper Co.
Thirty-two years' experience in manufacturing
machinery exclusively for Railroad Contractors,
County Roads and Irrigation Canals and
I'hoio by Humphries und Walton,!
Morning Journal Staff Photographers.
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BERNARDINO FRANCISCO, Pena Blanca, N. M.
your agents Familiarise themselves I
with the conditions of the country
about t be settled. Make no .state-
incuts which are untruthful regarding
it. Then go and find a class of people
Who you think will he satlsflud with!
tiie conditions ami environment of
that country und you will be on a lair
road to successful colonization. There
Is no use to advertise in u general way ;
about the new country In six or seven
states it a time. It's losing time to go;
and talk to u farmer on the hanks of:
the j the Wabash In Illinois or Indiana,
the who lias hcen occupied all his life In
general farming and try and Induce
him to go to u fruit country, win re
gem ral farming would not he suc
cessful. Hut take 'the fanner from
the fruit district In Michigan, on.' who
has been educated in fruit raising
since childhood take him and place
him In a new fruit district in a new
'country and he will make a great suc
ei s. V. have handled thousands of,
pi iple every year for the oast sixteen
years and distributed them in dIBer-
I . ut etatis along tie line of the North
urn Pacific railroad. We have studied
the characteristic! of these people be
fore we moved them; placed them In
different states or purts of states
, where we had reason to believe that
i the same environment und conditions
exjited as existed In the oountr) from
which wc moved them. In ad
hering' lo these policies we have main
tabled a record of losing less than
one ir cent of the people whom w
i hai moved nud settled."
Mr . Mott. by reason of the jreul
part he has taken n tin m i epmeni
ami iip-hiilldlng of the northw t, h
naturally boosting Spokane t i i He
Iñeetlng of the Irrigation congreM
"The location of the next congress
In logical!) ul Spokane for several
r. jsons This congresa is high
school for the different locations In
which It locates. The congrí sh has
never been held In Washington, al
though there are a number of tin
menne Irrigation projects there. Th
eongresM must go from one corner of
the went to another so that people
can hear tin words of wisdom from
i tin taints that are Invited to dispense
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