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SAN1V FK, m:V MEXICO, MONDAY, JANUARY '. 1JU1 VOL. 47 NO. 2H EW Si BLIZZARD IS QUESTION ONLY IS HELD 01 ROBBERY AT m ill s m BILL OUE TQN1GKTI OF 5 S 'LEAD IN ART Grant County Post Office Looted of Stamps and Cash on Hand Its Aim Is to Destroy Mono poly of Foreign Mail Steamers It Comes Right Off the Ice Energetic Campaign of the'Depos iters Were Soon Reas ia Alaska and Struck Friends of Statehood Is ! sured and Left "' heir Pacific Coast j In Progress I Deposits Noted Water Color Artist Lauds American Ability and Cleverness NEW RUN 1 HE SERIOU CHARGES ill lull!!! IliiH BANK Elias Silva of Casaus Is Ar rested at Las Vegas by A. A. Sena 0. JfFFtJffiMf.D EGUN Medical and Equalization Poards Are Meeting at Capitol Today. Elias Silva, son of a prominent resi dent of Casaus, was arrested yester day at Las Vegas on a -warrant issued by the district court of Grant county by Mounted Policeman A. A. Sena and delivered to the sheriff of Grant coun ty The charge on which the ar rest was made was seduction hut fur ther particulars have not been heard here. Board of Equalization. The Territorial Board of Equaliza tion would have met this morning but a quorum was not present. The board met at 2 o'clock this afternoon with J. F. Hinkle as its chairman. Important 'matters come up before the board this afternoon, and the fix ing of the taxation rates is the most important of the subjects to be discussed. Inspection Tonight. Adjutant General Brookes will in spect Company F. New Mexico Na tional Guard, tonight. New Licenses. Came and Fish Warden Gable's of fire is busy sending out those new game and fish licenses for 1911, about 3500 having been sent Saturday. The new licenses are different from those or. last year and are considered more complet . They are issued in carbon duplica, the carbon being Kept dv the gar.re warden. A Good Contract. The superintendent of public in-1 !" struction has issued the call for bids for supplying text books and in the call it is explicitly' stated "That, party of the first part further agrees that the prices set forth above are as low as are being given on said books to the consumer in any other state, county or school district in the Unit ed States, and that if said books' are being sold elsewhere in the United States where similar conditions as to distribution prevail, at lower prices or if at any time reductions are made bv the party of the first part else where in the United States, New Miy!-t siiat: De grained the same re duction and given the same prices. "That, the party of the second part assumes no financial responsibility under this contract, but agrees to see that said books are used through out the schools of the Territory in accordance with the terms of the adoption (Section 9, Chapter 97, Laws of 1907.)" The importance of these causes is apparent and will mean that New Mexico will not pay more than full fiedged states for text books. Officials Back. Governor Mills will return tonight from Las Vegas and Mora where he attended statehood meetings. Land Commissioner Ervien has re turned from a trip through the east ern part of the territory made on business of the land office. Surveyor General March has re turned from a ten days trip to Clovis, Fort Sumner, Melrose, and . other places, looking over lands that are for territorial selection. Supreme Court. Before adjourning the supreme court disposed of the following: Case No. 1323. Las Vegas Railway j and Power Company, a corporation, i and William A. Buadecke, appellants, I vs. the Trust Company of St. Louis, a i corporation, wopellee. Appeal from the District Coart of San Miguel county. The motion to bring newj parties into the cane was confessed by appellant and den'id by the court. The motion of appellants to strike out briefs from files because they were not signed by an attorney of this Tourt was overruled, and appellants allowed to sign the same as on the date of filing. The motion to strike out the motion for a rehearing for the reason that it was not filed in the time prescribed by rule, was granteii by the court and the motion of appel lants for a rehearing denied. Case No. 245. Dalos A. Chapell, ap - pellant vs. Daniel H. McMillen et aL appellee, appeal from the . district court, Socorro county. The motion for a rehearing was denied. Case No. 1350. s. T. Gray and Rob ert Brady, appellants, vs. Robert H. Taylor, et aU appellees, appeal from district court, Lincoln county. The motion for a rehearing was granted and the cause set for a hearing Jan uary 30. The court then adjourned until Jan uary 23. Medical Board. The Territorial Board of Health and Medical Examiners met this morning in the Hall of Representa tives, all the members of the board being present with the exception of Dr. S. F. Pearce, the vice president who is expected to arrive this after noon. The board examined several applicants for a license to practice medicine. Dr. A. Dunn, of Philadel phia, the noted authority on tropical , diseases, was present at the meeting of the board. Mr. Jaffa Homeward Bound. . Acting Secretary of the Territorv Edwin F. Coard has received a letter from Territorial Secretary Nathan B. VAULT IS Hold Ups Make Successful Haul in West Virginia Finan cial Institution. Silver City, N. M., Jan. 9. The post-', office at Santa Rita, Grant county, j New Mexico, was robbed on baturaay night. Practically all the stamps and money on hand were tahen. Officers from Silver City are trailing the rob bers in the mountains. First National Bank Robbed. Wheeling, -W. Va., Jan. 9. The First National bank of Elm Grove, near here was entered by robbers early to day, the vault, dynamited and all money taken. Made a Good Haul. Wheeling, Jan. 9. Between three and four thousand dollars were se cured by the robbers. MY BUT TEXANS HAVE STRANGE THINGS TO EAT. Superintendent Clark Has Received A Menu For Feast at Dallas Jan uary 11. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion J. E. Clark has received instruc tion on good things to eat and if he would oDly accept the kind but ori ginal invitation of the publisher of Farm and Ranch, and Holland's Maga zine at Dallas, to a "feed" January 11 he would know still more about them. Here is the invite: (In gold letters "A Friendly Greet ing to Do a Few Things That Have Never Been Done Before." Then it says: "There Is Nothing New Under the Sun." On the top of the menu proper is a picture of a buf falo and underneath are the delicate appetizers as "Roast Karakule Sheep with Green Peas and Hot Allison Flour Bread"; Lone Star Satsuma Orange Salad; Cotton Seed Flour Fruit Cake, and finally a "Kumquat Boutonniere". Instead of Toasts the word "Out pourings" appears and it i3 stated that there are not set speeches but many live ones. . 1 In the form of a book is the official oord of invitation and on the "book" is marked: "The History of Din ing Latest Chapter January 11,1911" There is also the "P. S.": "The Cat talo is part Polled Angus, part wild Buffalo, and its beef is in mighty good report we'll see. There is just one Cattalo herd In the world, and just one Karakule Sheep flock in America both in the Texas Pan handle. MRS. LAURA FARNSWORTH SCHENK ON TRIAL. Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 9. of Mrs. Laura Farnsworth aV ,,, ..... .i i.ua.f,cu ui...,..... yviovu husband John O. Schenk, opened this morning. Owing to the importance of the persons involved the greatest in terest is manifested and the court room is jammed even for the pre liminary proceedings. Jaffa stating that he would leave Washington Saturday and expects to go to Roswell, arriving there the mid dle of the week. He will therefore reach Santa Fe Saturday, January 14, or Sunday, January 15. For the Treasury. Territorial Treasurer Otero has re ceived the following for the territori al treasury: From Thomas McBilde, treasurer of Colfax county $3,423.43; from Raymundo Romero, treasurer of Torrance county, $1,279.61; from Gre gory Page, treasurer of McKinley county, $1,182.13, and from John Joerns, clerk of the fourth district, clerk's fees, $610.35. From Game and Fish Warden Gable $52.50. Fort Sumner Land Office. During the month of December the Fort. Sumner land office had 108 home stead applications covering 16,825 i acres: 15 final homestead entries cov ering 1,47'.! acres; 40 commuted home- i stead entries covering 4,677-acres; to- tal cash receipts $8,646.69 and letters answered 60). Rules of Practice. Receiver Fred Muller of the local tend office hs received a copy of the new rules of practice which go into effect February 1 and which will be of keen interest to attorneys, who have cases before the U. S. district land offices, the general land office and the department of the interior. The book let covers 20 pages and has a very well arranged index. Land Entries. The following homesteaders made land entries at the local land office Saturday: James T. Conway, Ra ton; Edward E. Huerhes . Kansas City; 'John I. Reese. Stanley. Santa Fe county; Sarah E. Irvin, East Las Vegas; Paublita Padilia, Questa, Taos county; Charles A. McKittrick, Gallup, McKinley county; P. Pacheco Epimenio -Garcia, Juan J. Romero, Llbrada Valdez, Wagon Mound, Mo ra county; Lucy I. Balfe, Santa Fe; Lorenzo Salas, La Joya, Socorro county. Parole Revoked. St. Louis, Jan. 9. Judge W. Urre- man revoked the parole. to south mm m Total Expenditure Each Year Is Not to Exceed Four Million Dollars. Washington, Jaa. 5.. -.t ... -tm- iinger today introduce! a n ,:,,! ocean mail and subsidy ! ni -hMv eliminates from the present nji.MiYr-1 ation all trans-Pacific lir. si.n ; . : plies only to the estatl sh in ocean man service on row-'-:- n South America, south of the E.;,--..ir. that is, Brazil, Uruguay, Ars-nt Chile and Peru. The to exp vil ure in any one year is nit. to ixr . i $4,000,000 and shall not in any ,,.-. exceed the amount of revenue re ceived from the foreign mail serv; . over and above the amoui t ptherwi paid for such service. The farmers of the bill believe it will break the monopoly in ocean transportation be tween the United States and the principal countries of South America. The new service would lenuire the construction of from twenty to thirty j steamships capable of spied of at I least sixteen knots and a gross ton-j nage of eight to twelve thoisand tons, built on designs approved b: the navy department. The ships wmld have to be turned over to the government! in times of war. Not one American i steamship is now running n any of j the routes covered by the bill. j The Eoundary Resoluton. ! Special to the New Mexican Washington, Jan. 9. Th Texas New Mexico boundary joint resolution which passed the Senate was referred in the House to the judiciary commit tee. Delegate Andrews and Ira M. Bond, correspondent of the Nw Mex-j ican accompanied the Eilii) 6 Con gressional funeral train to Eiiuns and have returned to Washington Popular Election of Senators. Washington, Jan. 9. The Senate committee on the judiciary this morn ing failed to agree upon a report on the resolution providing for the direct popular election of United States sen ators. Another meeting of the -com mittee may be held later in the day. Lorimer Refutes Charges. Washington, Jan. 9. The fight to prevent Senator Lorimer of Illinois retaining his seat opened today with a contest between Senators Beveridge of Indiana and Owen of Oklahoma, both of whom contested for the right to fire the first gun in the cause. Sen ator Beveridge, by virtue of being a member of the committee on privi leges and elections gained the victory by filing a minority report of the in vestigating committer attacking the position of his colleagues on the com mittee, who voted to exonerate the Illinois senator. Senator Owen how- cn.st inf rrtii-nft n rpcnlntinn Hayilfn-lnor the election of Senator Lorimer null i aii ii vuiu, "ui vao nvt, iici uuiicu iu au ,,. tho aonnto in minnnrt ao iinrior tht rules the resolution goes over un til tomorrow. The conclusion of Mr. Beveridge's report, was: "That this election was invalid under any pos sible view of the law." With Mr. Beveridge's report was a resolution: That William Lorimer was not duly and Wallv elected rn a cent in tho United States Senate by the legisla - Jure of Illinois." Before the report was filed, Senator Lorimer made a brief speech declaring his innocence of bribery and the innocence of his friends in any participation of cor rupt practices in connection with his election. NOT PRECEDENT Speaker Cannon Upheld 1 Against Appeal of Insur gents by 233 to 53 LIVELY DAY IN CONGRESS Senator Beveridge Plays to Gal leries in Lorimer Bribery Charges. Washington, Jan. 9. Another hot fight over the rules of the House and the locking of horns between Speak er Cannon and opponents came to a head this afternoon. In a ruling on a resolution by Representative Fuller of Illinois, the speak er held that the -Action of the House last spring when he was in power was "not a precedent but a revolution." This defiance was answered by an ap peal from the chair. The House sus tained the speaker 233 to 5:!. The insurgent Republicans voted to over i rule the speaker but got little sup port from the Democrats. Beveridge is Bitter. Washington, Jan. 9. In his report Mr. Beveridge declared that the tes timony was conclusive that "far more than enough bribery was practiced to invalidate the election of Lorimer." BUT EMTIO aa damage is mm tm mm in Telegraph and Telephone Wires All Down West of Salt Lake City. I'enver Jan. 9. -A genuine mid -' inter blixzard, not the Medecine Hat 'liet.v, but right off the iee, front laska, is working eastward at great '-id. It struck the north I'm-iflc .tast last night in the form of a titty: nii'c gale and heavy rain, which left a wreckage of plate glass windows ;.n 1 telegraph and telephone wire? ... . ... ... . ; ti i.-nirtK Unntt n o n n nrnur ill o.c ii'ii 1 '!vs morning is drenching the conti- i 'f as far east as Reno, Nevada. It J nent 1). iiKxtai ic at tornny mid pro si- j trouble in tlip financial vorld. There i.- storming and blowing down he !,,,., ()f K&A. Uls Vrf.as 1()ard of;wa3 a slight, run on the Twelfth California Coast as far south as San; . , ;Ward Bank in Harlem this morning, iTH zo, California, and the Postal and wl,,fa,,m'' terror Mills ,JUt ,h(1 (hpositorg sonll worB reas- Wcern Union Telegraph companies :,naf 11 1,?wprf1ul aMr- He a,s!St.red and many went away without nre having their troubles, hardly a:. ' " 1 wire being in working condition west j ,' tm'"R at Mora.l or Halt Laie. According to the lo-lv'.m!e JudKC ( 3 Rohens was nne ! leal ..-ather bureau, the storm in the! 01 ,ne S!eakers at a state- isni. of snow followed by a plunge !,!"od m,''(,inl! at Waf?on Molim1' (lov.r,w,rd Of the temperature, will! This f"1'"""- n. H. O. Bursum. sweep over jthe mountains and cast- ward tonight or tomorrow morning. mm BBOKEN HEART Mrs. Charlotte Vincent Drum mond Sus Her Bigamous Husband !! MUSIGO TO JAIL I Millionaire Trifler With Female Affections Has Broken .His Parole. St. Loui. 9. Mrs. Charlotte Vincent D -nirmtyid, the third wife of Charles R.l Druainond, member of a millionaire! famhV, filed 3uit In the Circuit Cot ft tcBay for $50,000 dam ages for a bigamous marriage which Drujmmit contracted with her at midnight Clayton, Mo. Si en name, Chat Tuesday Drumm December 8 last, at sued in her maid- otte Vincent. Last bnd plead guilty on the charge- of bi amy, was sentenced to six months ja 1 and fined $500. The jail sentenci was suspended dur ing good beha-Jor. This morning, Prosecuting Atto bey Mills filed a mo j Hon of revocatij parole, on the chi ;n ot Drummono 3 irge that he has vio ? Drummond is be- lated the parole. li-ved to le in New Yerk, ICE CREAM INSTEAD OF TEA Phlegmatic Johif Bull is Deserting His Favor Beverage for Initiation. Washington, ;n. 9. The English- I man is desertinibis afternoon tea for 'tne seductive Tierican ice cream soda according ' Vice Consul Steph enson at Liverpool. Cp to a year ago it was a little; jaown drink in Eng land. It boastei only of one soda fountain, and t'at in a department store. But mjtiy have been put in this season and are doing a big busi ness. Lemonjfe the popular flavor. TREMENDOU$ AVALANCHES OVERWHELM VILLAGES. Snovfc Slides ii Italy Fill Valleys, Cov - er Settlinents and Isolate Homes. Turin, Ital; Jan. 9. Tremendous avalanches in! the Alps are reported, particularly m the province of! Cuneo. Betfi PT1 f Via vtllacrna nf T.i- mone and Vimante two snow slides. estimated atlhalf a million of cubic feet, have obstructed the railway. Near MagdaL fia Hill, many homes are isolated. la one valley, the only things appe; ring above the snow are the chimney! tops and the upper ends of the tele; aph poles. T MEAT PACKERS RIVFN ANOTHER JUDICIAL JOLT. Motion That Criminal Proceedinasl Againfet Them Be Forbidden is Denied. - Chicago Jan. 9. Judge Carpenter in the U. t. district court today denied the motiot of the indicted meat pack ers that riminal proceedings against tnem oe I forbidden. Contempt pro ceedings,) argued the packers, were the proper method of attack by the government. BE ON DECK TONIGHT. . Nor businessman or property X owntr should fail to be at -the S X cour house so', as to show by X his resence thjat he is for the cons itution, tot statohood and S for . Greater feanta ' Fe. Now X is tie time forMa boost. Jti FOR SOt A I X VV XXX Xlx X X X X X X 'Speaking Tour in Taos Sierra i rwi I-. . i aiiu oilier counties is Arranged. Tin Willi latetiood campaign goes :'. In addiii.-n to scores leeti!!i;S ;n aJ iar(g 0f on of j the I scr Territorv at which tii- neonle -r.s? made better acq'). anted the wholesome provisions, of the con-1 Blitmiou a , , ..,,., ,. w hl(1 ,lt 'of Las Vcjr:! on I-Vwt'tv oi-ni'i.tr of ' . Fridav l-- eulll, at ; which Wiiliam C. Ilaydon. a promi-jnot I -Humova, e.M.H-i. Ai- itomey E. C. Abbott. Attorney Isaac I liarth of Albuauerfiue,' and District j Attorney Alex. Head left for norfh (ern Rio Arriba rounty on a campaign j I tour and Kx-Governor M. A. Otero !and former District Clerk W. E. Mar tin h :'t on a tour of Taos county to deter,! the constitution. The first part will speak at. Chama tomorrow and on Wednesday at Parkview and Tierra Amarilla. Only a Question of Majority. Hon. Xestor Montoya of Albuquer-nu-. editor of La Handera Ameri can:, nu mber of the constitutional con-.-nlion and several legislatures, on li s way to Rio Arriba county, this forem en di -hired that Valencia, So eorro and Bernalillo counties will oil i i at. least. 4.500 majority for the eonstituiiou. He added that, San Mi guel will give at least, 2,000 majority and the south-eastern part of the Ter ritory 4,000 more. "But we ought toj make the total majority ,30.000." said Mi. Montoya. 'il is now only a ques tion of majority and that ought to be as handsome a majority us it. is pos sible to roll up so as to demonstrate to the world that we are indeed fit. for statehood. There ought not be one county in the twenty-six giving a majority against it" What Colorado Did. Says Editor Claussen of the Fort Sumner Republican in a reminiseent mood : "Whi n the Coloradoans voted on the adoption of their constitution thirty five years ago, there was only one question considered how many votes could we poll. Practically everybody voted for it, and in their zealousness many who voted early forgot that they had been to the polls and voted the second and in aome instances the third time. It was for a good cause and was the first step toward making a great state. The old print has nev er regretted the mite he contributed toward the formation of the Centen nial state, and expects, in less than thirty-five years, he will set New Mexico away ahead of the Colorado o todav CALL TO VALENCIA COUNTY To the Voters of the Western Pre cincts, of Valencia Count". N. M We, the undersigned citizens, and voters liTPsnectivelv of rolitics. of the precincts of Valencia -minty here after named, associate at ! unite our selves for the purpose .f supporting the newly framed constitution, for the admittance of New Mexico, as a jnew star, into the I'nioit of tbe United 'states. Wo prowise ami agre to use lour best efforts, in having all the legal voters cone to the polls, jjjeip ,3 farry the onstittttion. ! t ri-ih in nn douMinc voter. and and and 'explain to him the great advantages now presetitett to rne inuaiiiiinus un der this eonstituiiou. We ttr.ite aid agree to amend in future any ard all defects or objec- : iinnti hie noinU. which may be found ; detrimental to the people, in said ! eonstitution. We beg to urge every ; good citizen and legal voter, of the j j hereafter named precincts, to prove: to the people on Mew, .uexico, inat we are almost a itfti in supporting iue newly framed (Jonstitution. By' applying tjo the members of the rommiltee, proper information and satisfactory explanation will be given, why. and for what good reasons, the I said constitution should be adopted. Very respectfully yours. i XATHAX Bino, SR. j Chairman Central statenooa toititnii- : tee, (Iran's,-K. M. i GVS WEI Seorpta'J, Jjaguna, a M. R. G. TAeima 0. H. Pradt Mar- mon, Gus. Weiss. Seboyet: Wm. Kennedy, Fermin Marques. Desiderio Sandoval. MoriuinJ Jose Candelario. Desci liano ApJdaco. Cuberc Melquiades Otero. Emil Bibo, V.lentine de Armond. San Jose Donaciano Pino. Grants Nathan iibo, 'Sr., Marian) Padia. Blimwater F. IE. Lamb, H. T. Broch.Joe Teltgfn. San Rafael H0n. Silvestre MirabAl J Continue on Page Eight. FINANCIAL CONFERENCE KEITSWS "GOLGR IS HARMONY It Has Re-Established Stability nta Fe Offers Countless De and Confidence In Money j , lights to the Trained Center. New York, Jan. it. The financial ! horizon is decidedly cleared today as j the result of conferences held last ; night to provide atrainst any unset- :I-etling of the stability of the financial with organizations allied with the Carnv- i Sie Trust. Company. One thing ap-1 peared to be plain, that, the trouble the Carnegie Company and its al-' ... .... . vvr ;irt iol!ire(t fmilitinn antt indicative of any widespread v ithdrawing their deposits, Morgan Will Help Banks, New York. Jan. !..-There v. as some j f,x,itpIm,m in ,he 8aving8 d, artment iot the Nineteenth Ward lfank, 5Tih an( Thlrd av,.nuc al,a at ils branches on 86th and 72.1 streets .vh(.r sfiv,,ral hundred neos.le were j,, ljlu, N-0 disorder ocean, d how- eve r. J. P. Morgan has agreed g;v whatever financial assistanee is necessary to the Nineteenth Ward and Twelfth Ward banks. ROUSING MEETING WILL BE HELD TONIGHT, Hon. B. M. Read, Colonel Prichard and General Easley Are Among the Speakers. ' and new world lend authority to her There will be a rousing "statehood i expressions on this interesting meeting" at the court hmtse tonight j theme. and Democrats and Republicans will j "We hear mueli about color, or ac unite to arouse enthusiasm for the tual eoior, but what is it,'' was ask constitution which must he voted on January 21. It. is announced that lion. B. M. Read, Colonel George W. Prichard, Ceneral Charles F. Easley, Candelario Mirtinrz and probably I'.oa. Thomas K. Catron will be among the speakers. Mayor Seligman will attend the meeting and so will many well known j ony" said Mrs. Bradley with fine em Democrats as well as Republicans. It phasis "but I do not say that every is proposed to make the affair one of ; one can appreciate it. Not every surpassing interest and a good time is promised those who like oratory and who w;:nt to hear the constitu tion fearlessly and ably discussed. Colonel 1. G. Albright, editor of the New Mexico State Democrat, which is fight i -is for statehood, is in the city am! says he will attend the state hood r.illy tit the court house tonight. Colon-I Albright will probably deliver hert speech. MEXICO WILL GREATLY INCREASE STANDING ARMY. linked States May Have to Follow Suit to Maintain Proper Balance, El Paso, Texas, .Ian. ft.- An import - ant increase in the of Mexico has resu standing army id from the present revolution in the northern part of that country, according to the Mexican Herald of Mexieo City. The paper says that four regiments ot cavalry and two regiments of artillery are now being organized to be added i to the regular army of the republic. 5T E England Will Expel Anar chists Who Will Seek Asylum in America SHOULD ALlBEKEPT OUT I United States Will Be Flooded With Undesirables from Europe- New York, Jan. !). A great host of accomplished European anarchists and criminals is shortly coming to this country to join the thugs, yegg men and Blackhanders who already enjoy American hospitality according to Andrew D. White former presid ent of Cornell University and former Ambassador to Russia and Germany. In a statement to the press. Dr. Wliite urges the immediate passage of laws to bar from the shores of the Uiited States the flood of undesir ailes, who he declares, will hasten h.ther soon as soon as England ex jels them. HARMON INAUGURATED WITH SIMPLICITY. Takes Gubernatorial C'tair of Buck eye State for he Second Time Np Address. Columbus. Ohio, Jan. 9. Judson 001 HEADED Harmon was inaugurated governor of jnot only have this privilege but exer Ohio today.-for the second time withicise it, because tradition and belief the severest Jeffersonian simplicity. J iu personal impressions must neces The omission of an inaugural a.idressi - made the occasion unusual. continue on Page Eight Eye. Th.i' A:::s: world's !. America. s will furnish the artists and that and abroad are frny.t by their !'. '.KveriieHs were ."fa. nnan H. i- 'i'd wrtist from ' ' i' ur a few ' i.)y 'he un- already for'-;,..- .- .. v. ond'-rfiii afil.- le' s'at. ment.s :ca,.- ,,. l'.radiey, a itis'.t i. i: 0 Boston, who is in t . ,. . ttavn Mrs. Tiradie-. j ttsttal distinction of i : of the Boston Water ivir a ii. ember "oh.-r Cim. the j Philadelphia Water Co! r ' the New York Water Coin j is a pupil of Edward Bok hibits with Sargent and ati a:xl l-.b. She 'ho ex- oi Abbot fcpt-cialty is j Thaver. Mrs. Bradley's landscape water color, and her pic- tures have been in the International Exhibition in London and have been invited, hors contours, to Rome, j One of her pictures, Mt. Monadnoek, j which although but a little over ;!, I (ni'i feet high is one ol the most Ini j preHsive mountains in New En- a success that it was exhibited er of het at the World's fair. Annth pictures, an Ita' an seine. was p-rchased by the Indianapolis Museum. Taiks on Art. Tall, dignified and of a dominant personality, Mrs. Pradley ha3 travel led much and observed much. The j advantages she litis enjoyed in study j ing art ir. the great cities of the old ed. "Color is harmony" replied the artist. "But what, is it that appeals to the eye of the artist and not to tbe tjVs of inartistic?" further queried the interviewer. "I have said that color is harm- one who studies art is an artist any more than every one who studies music is a musician. The artistic sense generally can be develop by study, but first, last, and all the time there must be a genuine love for art." Good Atmosphere. Mrs. Bradley has been doing some ! shet(,hjT, in the west. She came here from Denver and is delighted with Santa Fe. "I am surprised that there are not even more artists here" said she to day "for this city is a rich field. I had heard much about the atmos phere being tinsuited to artistic work. ' Some artists say they cannot paint in this atmosphere but to me it is ex- ,ulsue' 1 womu -lllsc as soon paint in banta fJ ns 111 Algeria. Santa Fe ' llas I'icturesuuencss if any city in the world possesses it. As an artist ga zes around he sees a hundred or more pictures to paiut. I Likes the Adobes, j The adobes are intensely interest i ing to the eye of the artist although j to the tourist, the commercial trav j eler or the unobserving they are perhaps less interesting than a street in Washington. What is it that makes them interesting? You might as well ask what makes an artist! But, almost any one will admire the mountain setting of this charm ing city. Mountains in themselves are full of interest in nature as well , as in a picture. They have dignity, i majesty and they compel admiration. At this season of the year, silver coated and gleaming in the sun they have a dazzling, awe inspiring ef fect.. "The ancient edifices of this city, too, are worthy of note, and assist in giving the artist genuine delight when they are in harmony with their surroundings. Study of Art. Discussing the study of art, Mrs. Bradley said that it is getting to be generally recognized that a person no longer has to go abroad to study art that there are excellent, schools in this country. Bu( wherever one studies there is work, hard and earn est work first before success, she de clared. "Is your work fascinating? was ! asked- "The stud?' of landscape from nat ureis a delightful and helpful branch vr art education" she said "and it is most healthful, for it keeps the stt.dent out doors. Those long j summer days are the landscape ar t fist s delight these cold days make it ratier difficult to do much work. Do Artists Agree? "ifnve artists the privilege of agreeing and disagreeing about art" wis another question asked. Mrs. i firadley was of ths opinion that they