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Wonderful Exhibits From All Lands Show the
World's Best Progress
From Beginning to End Magnificent Panama-Pacific International Exposition Will Abound With
Superb Educational and Entertainment Features.
By HAMILTON WRIOHT.
Till! construction of the rast
I'nniiuin I'nclllc Intcrmitluiiiil
Hxposlttuu ut Ban r'runelsco
whs 0,1 kt rent completed
ttircti month before the opening day,
on Feb. ). 11115. The early Instalhv
tlon at thousand of tons of rare and
costly exhibits from alt parta of the
(lobe and the participation of fort; of
the world's grrat rountrtea bare assur
ed a celebration tbat will be unrtralcd
In Its splendor, magnitude. Interest and
Prom It opening until tta clone, on
Dec. 4. 1015, the Kxpadtlon will
abound with original features collect
ed at an expenditure of many million
of dollar. It will present a crosa sec
tion of human arntorcmcnL The Pan-
francisco In n singlo day, nnd, far In
advance of Ha npulng, the Kxposlthm
liml created an unprecedented Interest
throughout the world, nnd It ox-nlmt
was eagerly awnllrd.
In keen competitive exhibit them
will 1h presented muro than KO.OH0 sin
glo exhibits and gn)iiia of related ox
hlliltH ortraylng the resulta of tint
world' beat effort In recent yetira.
Till wonderful Kxttnsltlnn, present
ed at an outlay if more than fito.noo.
000, celebrate a contemporaneous
achievement, the building of the I 'huh
ma canal, and all exhibit that are en
tered for competitive award will be
those that hare been originated or pro
duceil since the gcat l.oulxliina I'ur
chase Kxs,sltlnn nt St IiiiIm ten yeiira
ago The imsslhle exception to this
rule will be where earlier exhibit uru
faro work will, for example, see la
tho 1'alace or Mine an exhibit three
foil rt lis of an acre In extent, Illus
trating tho manner In which the
lurgcMt steel corimrntton In tho wotl
I caring for and plans to atllt far
ther advance, the welfare of Its -ployces.
In the Palace of EdueattM
they will be Interested In a Hst
t'nlted Rtates government exhibit
The great war In no way baa rtlsalsv
tshed the prospect of attendance at
the KxH)sltlon. and thousand ef
Amerlcnn will for the first time
Joy the educative trip acroaa their na
tive land. After the outbreak of Uu
rounict the number of conventions de
ciding to meet In Han l-'ranclco pre
Hirtliimlely Imri-imwl One of the
most Importiinl of the assemblages
will be the Interiiutloiml engineering
I'hoiograpti courtesy Ban Francisco Examiner.
THE MOTHER OF LINCOLN BEAOHEY, FBOM THE TOWZB OP JEWELS, 430 FEET ABOVE TKS
EARTH, AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, WATCHES HER BOS
LOOP HIS ONE THOUSANDTH LOOP. (
When l.liicoln llciirhvy, n son of Ban Francisco, on the occasion of his ho'tieromlnc after breaking all world rec
ords a a dnreilevll looper of OHO loops, performed two entirely new and dentil defying stunt over tho completed
piilncc of the I'nruiraa-rnrlflc International Exposition It was hla aged mother who for the first time wared Mai
uu to fresh nrhlevement. Mr. Ilcnchcy hold a place of honor, -tan feet up In the air, on the tiptop of the wos
derful Tower of Jewels, From this nerlo she was able to watch every emule move of her daredevil son. Bbs
cried out only once. That wii when he wrote tho figures "IOUO" against the clouds, high nhovu the two miles
of completed oxhlblt pnlncea, ilgnltlcant of the looping of hla one thousandth loop
uniM ennui Is today open nnd doing
ihikIiii-kh on ii fur vaster scale thnu was
predicted for It, and tho (exposition,
which i-elebrntei) the opening of the civ
mil, I today rct-cntcd us the greatest
manifestation of iiiitlonnl nchleveiiiMiit
In American history Here will lie a
neutral ground where even nntlons en
icngcd In warfare will display on n
wale never before cipinlcd their prog
rvas'ln the arts, InditHtrtcH nnd sciences
Within three months before tho open
ing of the Imposition as many ns 2.0(10
ions of consignments bad reached Sun
shown to Illustrate, tho evolution of the
processes oí manufacture na. lor cé
ntuplo, a display of n model of the tlrtt
cotton ;ln In connection with the unir
velous equipment Into which It tins
Mm n y of tho display will be espe
cially ndapted to atudy by the dele
gules to great national nnd Interna
tloual congresses and conventions, of
which moro than 800, embracing al
most every phase of human ncilvtty.
have voted to meet In Ban l-'niiii-Nco
In llll 5 Delegates to the congresses
Interested In social progress mid wet
"THE END OF THE TRAIL," PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL
EXPOSITION, BAN FRANCISCO. 1010.
This photograph shows James Karle eraser's superb piece ot statuary,
"The (did ol the Trail," nt tho I'anama-l'arl!1 International (exposition. More
than SOU beautiful K-ulpturc are shown at the ICxiHisltlon, the works uf
famous sculptors of the day. In addition to the sculptures shown out of
doors, thousand of beautiful works of srt are presented In the great I'alace
of Floe Arts.
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congress, nt which It distinguish
chairman, t'olonel Weorgo W. UoettuUa,
The foreign partlclr.ttlon will t
notable Tho nations are not attempt
ing to show everything thnt they pre
ditce. but will lay especial emphasis
upon those nrciluct In which they tac.
eel In the Danish display, for exam
ple, will be shown product of UM
Itoynl Danish porcelain factory at Co
penhagen Japan In her cxlmuattve ex
hibit III display priceless works of
mi. ioani-(i py uirnetinn of tho Imperial
household nnd many of which could
not he duplicated. From Italy will bo
shown historio painting of tho old
unisteis, hlthuito nover oxhlblted In
Aiiier.ni In the originals. From Chins
there have ronehod Han Francisco se-It-ctliuis
of exhibits collected under tho
supervision of tho governors of tho Chi
iiuse province lluro silks and atlns,
eiirvlugs, inlay work In tho precious
incluís, exhibits of tho transportation
methods eiuplojed In the old China
and the modern methods used In the
awakening lepubllc will bo shown.
Now Zeiihind will make a tnnrvel
oils exhibit of lis rare woods, of Its
tleeces. or Its superb scenic charms.
A large number of rare giant treo ferns
from New .ca la ml will bo found
growing nn the Kxsisltlou grounds.
The Argentine Itepubllc early set
uslde ii larger sum than any over ap
propriated by a rurelgu untlon for rep
resentation In mi American exposition.
The modern cities of Argentina, the
schools, churches, libraries, the great
lire stock and agricultural interests
will be extensively portrayed, and Us
mutual Interests of Bouth America and
North America will be emphasised in
almost ever? cancclrnhU nn..
IFram South Africa will bo shown dia
mond exhibit and methods of extrac
tion The maguiriceut Canadian dls
plays will review not only tbe widely
known agricultural wealth, but will
' Illustrate the scenic rim mi. nt ,h.
.great Dominion, of snow clad tnoun-
I .. t. a . ,.i . . -
nun iiuuko, ui aarrvHcuing rorcsr. Of
Inland lakes In chains of silver as4
rushing mountain streams.
NOTICE rei rUtLICATWN
Department of tlio Interior,
V S. Land Odlce nt Itoswcll, N. M.
Jan.0, 10 K
Notice. Is hereby giren that Robert K.
Stidham, of Carrliozo, N. M.. lio, on
Nov. 37, mil, imulo lid. IC Bcrlal No.
02M33, for Bm, Ser. 3I.T.7-S, and
NICINW Scc.0, T. 8-S, 11. 11-H; nnd on
June 30, 1013, mode, add'l entry, Serial
No. 027420, for the NEINEJ, Sec. I,T.
8-S, II 1U, N. M. 1'. M., has tiled notlro
of Intention to make Final three year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above
dcscrlbml, before William II Osbom, U.
B. Commissioner, In his office, nt Carritoio,
N. M on Feb. 17. 101G.
Claimant names as witnesses!
W. Henry Weit. Henry K Pine, Walter
C. Miller, Augustus C. Wlngfield, all oí
Jan, IS Feb 12 Register.
IT'S EASY TOCOOS
IN THE MOJATE CBUIT, LINCOLN COUNTY,
In the matter of tho Estate of Robert
Notico It hereby Riven that II, S. Man
ner, executor of tbe tast Will and Testa
ment of Itobort 1'siivct, deceased, lias
filed bis final report as such executor,
and tho samo will be heard at the next
regular term of said Couit.'Jand on tho
first day thereof, the tame boing tbe 1st
day ol March, A, Ü., 1010.
All ersotis having objections or exrep.
tions to said finnl report aro ordered to
fi'o the same with the clerk of said Cotuti
boforo tho (late set for tho said healing,
AMIKIIT I. IIAKVI5Y.
Carrlzozoi Now Moxlco,
roiled Jan. 22, 1015.
NOTICE OF PROOF 01" WILL
State of New Moxlco, I
County of Lincoln
In tho I'robate Court.
In the Matter ol tho Lost Will and
Testament of Edmund It. Hall, Deceased
Notico is hereby given that thcro lias
been Hied in the I'robate Court of Lincoln
County, N, M. an Instrument In writing pur
purporting to be tlm lait Will nnd Torta
mcnt of ICdmtiml II. Hall, deceased, late
of Curriioxp. Now Mexico, nod that tho
dato sot for tho proving of said Ltut Will
and Testament Is tho first day ef tbe next
regular March A, D., 1015 Term of said
Court, the samo being tho first day o'
March, A D . 1015,
(Witness my hand nnd the seal of said
Court, this 131b day of January, A. D.'
in 1 5.
ALBERT II. IIAItVKV,
a first class meal if you get you
groceries hero. In fact with the
aid of our canned good, relishes,
etc, you can get up one with prac
tically no cooking at all Try us
with your next order. You'll have
better eating for less money,
WHERE QUALI TY IS FIRS
JOHN E. BELL
FOR QUICK BALE: Fino ranch
near Lincoln, 110 acres, of which
about GO acres ii under cultivation,
three undevided water richts in Rio
Donito, good orchard, soma alfalfa,
good liotiso and outbuildings,
Ranch will handle 200 or 300 head
of cnttto including tho rongo it con
trols. Must bo sold within sixty
days. Dig Snap. DENNY ic OS-BORN.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
OTHER FELLOW'S NECESSITY
We have a snap in a business
tot, that will make n good invest
ment for you. Como and talk it
over with Denny & Osborn.
First lawyer- Is your olllce bo
Second Lawyer Laxyl Why he's
killed so much time that he Ii
mhamed to look a clock In the fse
Just look at this picture and THINK:
Then you will deposit money REGULARLY in our bank,
Make OUR bank YOUR bank j
We pay four per cent interest on Certificates of Deposits.
GAAÍRIZOZO, . NEW. MEXICO