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gtiwsrT- j',rssV"P'; KVIIXI.VO IU'U.I2TtN JlOXOI.UI.f, T If. MONDAY, NOV. 48, 1910 NATIONAL IRRIGATION CONGRESS MOLDS EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION. rtjnururKn: ttsmfcSKttttBunaaKnztfi, j. A. GiLMAiN;; Shipping and Commission -J" Short Stories For Evening Hours! unmimatnttmunmtcai;ninttn;mt:K;;tn!tt::tntt:tKmttnau:ttf': AN AQUEOUS TRAGEDY ,' (Uy liilkeley Cower ) V BsW" H HHnHIBffHiniHHnMSnHMHHMMHnniBMIRflHHIIIHraEITHHUMBIHraVBHGRHHHBHBSK JBfli v 11 1 .s v i I ' J ' irWl ' " " ' 'J III t I ! - "" " " v tllV i 1 sw -A w i'ii:ni.o, Colo, Oct fi-iillarly appropriate UgiiUluuil fait tluu tho eighteenth natluiiul irrigation longress was held l'i the illy mituej lor tlm tilLo of In dlj'is that IliKt practiced the ancient art of In l;utlm In this countiy iliu 1'ueblo tithe These Indians Inhabited poitlons of Statim of. Ni w .Mexico anil At 17U1I.I ai well as southern Colorado Tlitlr descondunts nro still cultivat ing the land and piactlclng Irrigation when tliu Hpunlsli i.ini' to these parls centuries igo. Trutos of the woik of this tribo arKllll to be round 'ri the Kt eat lotithwcst, and tho i urvel of modern ongliiLoilng h the picilsloli with which they construUeJ their ditches and their wolks The nation- (Continued froai Pace 1) rpcak of rindltluni;..tliero than nl nio.it anv enrrcpondent in tho world. He raid Hits urirnlng that tho llrltlrh )n tlirt Tar 13 wt weru opposed to tho Anglo-.liip.itiehe ntllan e and that It would not ho runewed if tho picssmo tlio-e was strong enough to block It. Tho ngreunient has four j ears tt to run nnd cverj tiling will ho done by tliu Ilrltlsli In tho Orient to preent their government renew ing the ugieenient on an tiling likn Its piecent lines, China Needs Time. : "All China needs s' time, nnd vHli no nuUldo Intcrruiiinro she cm build Up the grcntott mitlon-lli tlio l3.iBt. Japan lealles that when China gets Into her stride that great empire will l,tf40ie real nation of the. Ori ent nnd j'-innii herself will h'o a' sec ond. It Is mi tills arcciimt tliut Japan Ij doing overj tiling possible lo Mo k tho attempts of the United Slates lo maintain the integrity of the,, empire," said Mr. MiCnrd. "China is rerunning her monltary fiyetom to a gofd exchange basis, tho R-imo as that In lapan and the 11(11 - lpplnes, anil this will mem much to tlm countrv. I ' "Aflor all. tho pilnclpal dllllculty ViEWS AND INCIDENTS IN 27 -It was n 1H5l KjwT' and (Miually Hi' ,. millMees1 CLASH COMING msiLr ARTHUR HOOKERX Mhi.ro: iArr I 111 Inlgatlpp congress lias born n f.ie- uir ior genu since us inception ni ino slogan oi mo congress best ex Salt I.'ilUf X'lty In IS'Ji, nnd It Is nAl ' plains 'ts imposes -"To save thu for too much to say that national policies, efts, stole the floods, reclaim tho des havo been formulated in the result of crts and mako homes on tho land" lnCliJria Js jn finanri.il ojio and If th?,i::npirt' ism (hiinuw larga sujjjj cf money at ordinary lntcs of Inter est, nnd the t'nltcd States and (ior- many (.ili'Kcep otlier nations from partltlculiig up the couuti) then It will nil come out light. "I have written und talked thl.j .subject yforV manvi en ry'-.Coiitlnusii Mr Mlllaul. "ami l' helle'o 't'oHily that the EknfUlun In Clilna.ls moro acute than It bus liecn at any time In the pait ten je.irs. China Is build lug up an army, she has three largo Fchcols for officers .but It takes tlmo to train them, nnd then theio Is the lack of money to do things nioro inplilly. ccj Inevitable Calsli. "Cvouts mo so t-liaping theanoives that within, probably, three jears the clash between Japan and tho United States limit come, nnd the at- j :. Hindu. oD Japan Is growing morn hoVtlle every day. I'pcn tliu smf.i 0 everything reemB smooth, but down deep theio are currents at work which must tend to an open rupture or tho stir- face In the riear future.' Mr. Millard-''! going to Now York Tor a few uinntli?. lint nxnerts to 1 etui h. to Clili:i'',vlth;lu a hplt- je.ir and flicuMio1 Intonil -tii stay tluro liiilinnllnU. - - . .1 I Ilo bolloves almt 'China during thq nrvt fw in.iru U ln"l,o Ihn vm lev I ltlt() W,,., (i,0 hg evouts of blstoiy; lerelved postponement. All On com wm j10 drawn and he will ho tliero lug H for reheailiig tomorrow, while to eco It all. I"10 rharges against Wong Cluing , m . mny be aired In court on Wednes- ir.nVh Ilo lie tin l iter Tear. !'' CONNECTION WITH RECORD Its Inlluence Members of cublnots und congress and high department of ficials have Item among Its leaders, a t:il the annual gatherings liuc brought together the largest bodies of men of strong personality, power of Initiative, high diameter and ac knowledged nhlllty lor the consider uiloii of (ine.UloiiH of vital Importance, to the whole country. The work of tho congress Is helpful, tho purpose helng to assist tho K'Opto of thu en tile country as well as those In this hind of mugiilllcant distances und pos sibilities and bring them together. SOLD OPIUM, CHINESE JAILED The sale of opium by parties not autlilirl7cd b' daw to dispose of what Is termed on tho existing Btnttites as "u n.lionnus drug," teeelved a i light check In the arrest made by Chief of Deteitlves Arthur Me Dihllo nnd his men l.i3t night. Wong CI10113 and All On in tho keepers of places In Chinatown dis trict whero persons ijddlcted to "hitting tho pipe" nro wont lo gath er nnd commune by tliu aid of tho eoduetlvo drug. The officers aie determined to put n stop to the piomlsruous sale or "plum at Bit li pl;i"es and a lnlt to tlie estnlillfhineiils.. ciii(luclinl by the Clilnon1 developed the Bale of two "'"'1'1 nmnutiH cf the drug. Tho Clilnero In cacli -iii-o had attempted " societe tho dnpo within empty m't sliclls. Suvcrul of these coulnln- rs tilled with opium wore conns. ' caled. Marked coIiib wero omplojcd In Re curing, evhleire ugnlust thp men. ' "."... ' . They wero ariulgned before Judgfl t.ytllOr tills niOrlllllg. llllt tllO CQHOS BREAKING FLIGHT OF WELLM Wl.oft-I vvni feat an Invitation to join a cbttntiy house part In the mosl ellglblo part of Hurrey Lulng given to uudeiHtliud that tho at. mictions would Include a harvest home, golf, toi'iilK, riverside raniplng-out, ul Ires co midnight fcuppern uhd posslblo moonlight rlddj the eonrso of duly appeared obvious, und I packed Be ual portmanteaux with llanuel and duck suits, cuiiunei bunds, bitupm, puggarees, und buckskin shoes. Vis ions rose before me of wiivlng corn fields, lasclnutlug girls lolling In dreamy mtitudes In dancing gon dolas, river banks III by Clilnise lan terns, gambols amid the liny, hard won triumphs on tho tennis courl, roysteilng" oveiilngs iiiund tho llre ulde, 11S I speed down tho line behind 1111 illu.Hrnted pnpor and n clg.uctle. It was unfortunate that 11 shower was In piogioss 111 the uum met 11:0 ut fie station, which developed Into an Icy drizzle ns we diove along and ended In 11 tliuiiderslorm nt tlm gate lodge. I I111J forrouuu. to Include mackintoshes, inulllers and sea boot.1 In my liigguac. and mv stylish new suit -a "ciHatlon" when I lclt Ixiudon clung o me like a bulbing drejs and ruined ihe erTect of my ilppear.wc In tho hall. IinKed, 1 destiojed loveral valuable carpets in I EiiuvlulKil my way upstairs und wrung myself out In my bedroom. Among the Ingredients of our party wore, of course, (Icncrnl und Mrs. Tomperton (our host nnd hostess), tho lormcr n martinet with a llrey eyo and n crimson complexion : ulso a young Mr. Algernon lleaiicliamp, who, us his name implies, had a cheerful look, und n round, unthinking face: tho usual wit or the party, tlm usual sporting girl with largo muscles and thick boots, and leveinl otlier -r.is-clnnllng jomig persons of tho sanio to.x. Wishing myself hastily down and changing clothes, I descended to the drawing rocini Hero tlii' Ceneml nssiiicd mo that It was the most de testnblp dflyjie'had ever seen In this Ji'dlons of so.neUiIng hot und b.Iiu conrounded country, utmost, as It I , u"it'ii2' ... had nriungol Uie weatber nt my per sonal expenso, Algeruoli lleaiicliamp modllkd this pissliulstlc uttltudo by saying that they had only hud a wivk of rain, iin'd a nis'l-ilro it would Ijn conslderabl)-lighter In-a day or two. Miss Kansliawtf, Ihe, must i.iseltiallng of tho young l.jdlos pioent, felt cer tain that wu should nil le ve to''y 111 the Iioulu together, und, I ' 1, glanced approvingly nt me a . Aid It- Tho Bteet lUlcd for a vvhllo as II will, even In up English August. Ti e goll links wef), Imiiosslble, but we played tenuis. This was unlucky, for I am 11 splendid golf player or should be, with 11 llttlo moro practice whereas I am n mute iu tennis, and, Instead of coming out strong as a lion of Hie party, as 1 had Intended, I soon established my position as 11 general butt. Wo Hogged tho damp sodden bulls about the oozing court. I fell and destroyed a new suit of llatiuels, springing my iaciuct badly; but the laughter tit this amusing In cident had barely subsided when a hurricane came up from tho south west und drove us In. Moreover, dinner wns to have been served at fresco, amid the weeping willows and to thu accompaniment of the Chinese lanterns Iierclnbeforo specified, and us our hostess was ono of those devoted housewives to whom the displacement of saltcellar or the mislaying of 11 enrroway bun Is n sort- .........n u. . ............. ...... . .. .. mis dislocation of domestic routine, tlio transfer of un cnllio dlniior from the banks of tho river to tho dining loom en bloc, was simply u cntns tiopbc. And as tho dinner was neces sarily 11 cotd ono, nnd several guests wuio already wheezing badly, tho night's lavolry fell Hat. Algernon Ucnuchump stood n large part of the AN AND BALLOON AMERICA. evening staling wltli forced cheerful i'hms out (ill to tho soaking lalvu, whistling, sotlo voice, "Hocked fn the Crndle or the Deep," which, owing; to t!ie shileklng of tho wind nnd 'the battering of the rain on.,tfic wtjulovv paiiei:, sounded etinnguly lipproprl nte. , ' Miss 1'anshawc and myself, howev er, bad each discovered that the oth er was hot fit thu moment engal-ed, nnd so contrived lo cutortntn one 'mi nt her successfully. et this was tho broiling AugiLtt holiday I had pictured lo myself. The snow held off wondei fully nil next morning, but no 0110 had tho beait 'o bathe, except the General, who did I', all the yenr round, iind l.roku the len Willi n plckaxo In win ter, when balked by thu flost "We filled In tbu time with billiards, ping pong, und even pictilio postcards.' Ill the aflernoon Ihe fog blew nvv.iy nnd, the sua becoming visible at (Jreeuwlcli tor peroral minutes, It was decided i makn a start ut tho liarVer.t home for Heneral Tenipcrton's homo was conducted on such cast-iron prin ciples that theio would be u harvest homo even If Icebergs were coming down Ihe river and tho huylleld wai iluder six leet of snow. Wo put. on arctic costumes and sallied out to tho hay, where In n very short time I picked up Bevcrul imefiil hints as 10 which end of the hay-loik to use, nnd wilder lo loss tho bav or dig up the earth and plant It in the ground roots downward. I was disappointed In harvesting 1 hud Imagined It pastoral, picturesque, libllle, especially In the direction of lionie-brovved ale, cider, and afternoon tea quaffed on a downy bed of golden buy "Instead of which" wo hoisted damp chunks of silage about the Ktealiilnir Imvlleld. disturbing nests of Itiril&t r!ifd linir.flrfiivniul iliirlnlnn fiml ' n largo selection of tho mure obnox ious species of Hold vermin. The cooling drinks wetu left cevuroly alone; vre wanted hypodermic In- 1 1110 young tauies wero suoruy 111 that sweet frame ul mind caused by the ruin of expensive I'crlstan gowns. Mm cover, Gencial Tentperlon came ilut suddenly In the light ol a business man ot liicrfdlbe'-ji)c'un.nV!s,'sw6re nt tho money loss' on his hay, compared tho piollts with those of previous vars bv a series of calculations by double entry. Bhowlng a disastrous de ficit on tliu ciedlt side for the present ' reason. And I did not Improve his temper by laming ono of Hie plough horses for life, I believe by driving it on lo tho knives of a machine-cutter. I Wu wore Just starting tho harvest rong in a plaintive wall when the thundei storm . recommenced ut tho point where It bud left off. Tho rlt of our party proposed to get Into the river to keep dry, but Instead wo ran for n barn, nnd from hero wero trans- 1 ferred, under sacks und tarpaulins to the house. Here wo chnnged again we had done nothing but change since we cnino und General Tcmpeiluu drunk several gallons ot un unusually fit ey brand us n preservative against the microbe, which Bluntly after wards caused him to lull asleep und snore In n furious tone of voice. i Tho paper begun to coma off tho wall In the drawing room after din ner, and the excitement of this drove Mrs. Temporton to l.cr bedroom, where the vu'er ruino In through the root In tho middle of tho night . - - ...,,..., ; nnd tho household had to bo iiwak- cued to pump It out, It is 11 remarkable fact ami 0:10 derogatory to human nature that If n dozen people are kept In ono house for several days they will probably discover one another to ho disreput able, and end by refusing to bo 011 speaking terms. Wo had now reach ed this stage With General Tomperton, but tho rigors of un Imgllah summer prevented It going uiiy further. Next morning the barometrical forecast In dicated a probable fortnight ot Inces sant rain, and wo abandoned tho tramp ucioss the heather, the punting expedition nnd the gondola entertain ment and evening concert on the lawn, and Ibokid up tho next train back to town. Miss Fiinslinwo nnd myself, In Bay ing good-byo, mado tho preliminary prepurutlous for becoming engaged Tho sporting glr) dpclurod to iiti con fidently (but It was, tlurottetieiit house she bud ever been In, and Immediately iiltn winds thanlceil Mfs, .'Teinperlon for tho delightful tlmo ubo bad been giving us. J1. Wo lclt Hcaurhnmp on tlio trout Ltup whistling naval aim or a mel ancholy tendency to thu ilslng tem pest. i . Mexican Port Works at Salina Cruz. Whllo lor some months thero has been no activity In tho development or tlio port workil nt Sulllia Cruz, Consul I.owIb W. Haskell now miliar- stands, on reliable- authority, that In 11 short tlmo tlio work will bo rorward. ' Additional docks with largo ware houses adjacent will ho ronstiuctod and tho flue, large diy dock mado' avallablo by dredging out nnd tide fpiato channel thereto, Pnri'otfc fc Co.. BadgcrV FYro i!xtiuisiior Co. ;neiioralFiroEs:tinguLslipr Co. Ylcuiimn Clock Co. VA"i!IUAN'S U.OCK Ro'yiV.Staudard Ty'pevfV.it.obl : Aachen & Munich Fire Jus. Co. ,A FOKT STKF.ET. NK.AU MF.HCHAKT ' '"' , Butter'1- '. 1 r.s rcoiI as was evev I'ir.Je en a farm boiler than the aver are told here. '1'""' " 6K rdn THE AUS rRtIAN. - 'i We have son:c. ftcs'i liill. Aik fuf it. .SOLE, SALMON, 1'OM 03P. EOO.I COD, HADDOCK. Extn Qualty. ' " " I ! M I I Metropolitan Meat!MarKet HEILBRON &. 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