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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910.
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150,000 ACRES 10
0
BELLE FOURCHE PROJECT
NOW NEARS COMPLETION
Govtinment Fntoi prise
Willi
in the
l.aii.'.f
En
iijanKiiif
Vv'oilil Will Cos! Ne Million
Holláis,
lit. I William TlmvL.I
Morning .liiiiriml Hincan.
13 Munsiv Mud. Hug, Í
Wiishiiii'liiii. I '.. Scpl. DI. I
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ell In' I Hill
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B the 1.1.
I Ml mi (u r. Is n II '-I' l i he
ssi. Intel fu .like ss hi. ll elm
est il opItshiuuh III lie' I'iin
I
H basin. If ti.üll'l leel I. .IIH. I'H feel
Slide i.ll lup. llllil I I'i li-i't llll'll in Hie
PP-lu si .hi e. Tin- 1 1 1 - i . I 1,1. e i.l (III-
Ml I ill I nre, which luis i hh I 2 In I.
Hill he prnl. ele. I 111. Ml ssusc iillil lie
liellull In IB" pet ..I ureelieil niv
el l.ll whith H ill he plii. e. I run. t el.'
hli.el.M elUII 4 I'S ti Let II". I " lililíes
tliii k. Tin I t it ) i . m 1 i-ul m ni thin
dike Mill he I,7liii.lni0 enliie i-el, nf
el... Ill hllir i.l' Hie I IIH il l,i psi'amitl nr
l 'heups.
Tin rene rvulr cn-aied In 1 1 1 J dam
will ener uli. nit II. (uní acres, iiml win
he the largest llike 111 the lítate, ll
Hill receive Killer llir.illull llll illht
omul fix mill line-hull inileM lung, tn
leet lile up lile hnlliilll. llllil capable
.f curl .Villi Hi'' I'lHi"' tlnw nl' Hell"
I'.illlelli riser. When the iIIkII dilution
Mrlem of (he pt'iieel is enllipleteil
tidtl mile nf elilmls mu' lalclulu will
tarry th,. waters ..vil I iin.iliMi aeren
nr hi ml. A limit ::ii.nini m re alnads
lire receiving ssalcr.
lit e.illlieet inn lili Die pl'njccl ÍH II
iliscisiun ilaiii nf i mu it le ssclr lype,
busing t height nl' -'.i feet. The lellUlll
).( IIH Illusions crcsl Ih tll'l feel. The
dtverslmi ddtn I lni'iiU'il .tIiiimi It. i
lllll. bcluw the 111. llll 1. 1'.. j.it.
Th,. Helle l-'unteh" i rri " ,i I h u pmicci
niu'ia u lirril.iry nl 1 r.n.miii airen,
ill' H llll'll llHI.l lli-ITn Hill he irri
gated lii Hie Helle 1'i.iiri lie sullis. Tin
trail lie mi Imlli nhle nf Hie riser,
begins two lililí eaHl nf Hie t.nsn el
Ill-lit I'i. an lie, mill exlelnln eastward
t.n- fui t y utiles. Within the una are
IIH hilled fill. un in leu nl pith He laml.
t a , ll ll ll in ITK' ..i plísale ialiil, ami i'.
inili aen-M uss lied In tiie fútale.. I Sunt o
Dakota, (using t.i the rolling i bar
io It-r nf the iTui'tp. h.isses.r, inn. h
ill Hie lallll ill' llliliTl In tss.cn lile lliaill
mini Inn al Ill" ditch, hi that
il iM posMhle to irruíale ulilv inn. mill
im it-h; ih" lauds has.', ss here possible,
I llert i nl'e, lieep urn ill. hleii lhal ea.h
lamí unit will i . plain a ptirinni nl
(Irs pa-I lire lit ml ai vseil IH liri"itt..l
lallll. Tsselse thousand ai t'eh III Hie
pl.ijel t III'" III. IS lililí", supplied SSIlll
Wilier, llllil I lie llT'ii-Mle.l aren Is Le
lilí.. I in it :i Hit an la.. I a" the tahalí
me ('..nipl.ti-il, un. I 12. mm airen nl
ii i Ilia hie la ml Hill lie i us en-. I wit ll
SMili-r fur lull KpiiiiK ernpM.
Tin tmiipleil I Mil treat irrl-
KIIIIum il".eil helillis a new ep.it ll ill
tin- hlHtnlS nf th" I'.'lle I'.nirelie salles
Ir. .piss liii'li inns' "ti still rink as ..ne
if the ri. heMl a L'l'ten Ii 'ira t reliiiinf '!'
Hie i iiiuni v Mm h nl tin laml em-
hnleell in til" p.iiit hai heetl lile. I
ill. instnii In III'' lass llniiiinu Hi" ss i
f. r rights nf an inilis ninal In an
.'llllnllllt lint tne.ee. IHII ail'e-i. IPailS
t.il iners iiss'niilK lli'.l " laml than I inn
nil. nf'ti. tine tr.nts I..I' ta. Tin St.
Intuís mas he ptlleh n . .I al llnpl I Ti '
In K't ml aire, llie pi i. e s,nim; ssilli
Ihe I il ;i 1 i i nl ami lile llllpl .is elllel
When nm hr iiillisatmn Hies,. In
ss ill . .n il , l.e til III I I'.. in . ll I'l $
an It' le am I all llin'Miui Ml at 111
pi II
ssill umlnnl.t
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land ..Mil"
i he I mi. .1 :
AH.
is it
it III.
1 I i M p I . 1 IllS
until I
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must he
.ai tor s
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S, til,
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I'l'ep
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BE RECLAIMED IN
SOUTH DAKOTA
llille Fuuit In
minimi tump!
c m pluyinciii
il' mili. .Milk.
iiinl fcurden
ll
In
k nil luini high prices iiml there
Ki nis iik demand fur these pro-
ilui tii. ,V( lll'i-iM. hitewfitid, II
I'liiin he, ni a I nther InsMiü hase .lireel
i iiiiiii'i iiml ner Hie Chit aun S: Xni'lli
tyeyterii railrniiil ssilli tiin.slia, .Mln
ii.apnlis. Si, I'aiil, CliiiaKu ami nther
I. il l,'" i liles. Tlleite Kreat lllal kels take
all til" Hill). Ins pin Hints. H.'lidlllB III
reliirn pp.. hinery, Ini isehnlil siippllt'K
nlnl i.liler Ilia linfa. I nl e.l iirlliltH Put
j et prmliii e.l In th,. valley. , pew
r.iHii.ini Is heliiK (.'lilt lip entire
l.'imth nr the p i'i i.i i t t , sn tlutt the
ti a 1 1 -piiri 1 1 inn (in Ililii s ssiil he exeel-
lelil.
Tile llelie Fmiri he l.lt'lJ (ippm tlllll
I i s ill es .'t s illle nf l.lisitlt;ss. The
salles is prail n a lly a virgin (iep).
The pii-r. haiiilise inr-i.ini art nut
in "reri.ss lhal Miuiiilai ltirlriR iM yel
In he ie elnpeil. ami tlx prpssl on I
man has a Ki'tal niipiirt u n it . I
The te.lainalp.il ,, I fill, nun itere nf
l ip. I ill. Ill.lt-ll ill llll" prnjet t. With II
family nil eseis fori V nr einllls utl
lr.nl. ssill lit. ensílale Hip est a Ij 1 IS It -Pli'lll
nl s.'STMl IK'SS Imsils and will
ail. I l;te. Ills' In lln.se tpisv 111 e listí I u e.
Al nnml Hie III SS tl"S i-riiinenl tosvn
'ite, mnl alsu the in v railroad lovrn-s.'ti-.
there are alveails- .seseral hfores,
l.apks and In. t.l.s in I em pora rv quar
tets reatly In pinse ntn permanent
1 1 11 1 it I i i iK s as simp as ihe town lets rt
mi sale. Land sslinll S"l.l lor i
per aire hel.ire Hie Iriialinil pICJjeil
Mailed are ll'iss sa'lleil at I ' 0 ptff
mrii. ami a n- In e.nel demrnid. i
The hi-tmy nf tin- Hi Hi' Kniirt lie
sail, y had its lieejnnini: in the Rlain
niii', sin i "sn ami Hi" Irauedy of the
111. nk llilis, si hen in IH'ii. llie tllrtios'-
i r.s nf Unhl I rnii;hl 1 llnilsa lids of men
lii seek their liiilniiiH in Huh wild,
mns iTiiinlry, niimiiK Imstlle luinds. of
Indian' Maps nf I llese men, recoii
ni,iii Hie am leu ll nra I sseallh of the
I, nil.- snil. eli llie pilie-t n ereil
pínnula ins In make pirmalieiil linlpt
in ihe salles. Ureal herils nf hill fain
null riipjieil Ihe (I'lpiH-urnsvn slnpetj,
hmili'il l.y tin- i'itiss, the i.'lievenpe
ami th" Sinux, and the IndiaiiH re
Henleil Ihe intrusion nf Ihe white man
itilii I heir lasnrlie 111111111111 urmiims. .n
S"l I 1 1' III .11 1 III lile llistrll t hilt llll H Its
hiHlnly nl Piildell Indian liltnek, of
llnipes hllill nnly In he hlll'lied, of
i t ups ih sl i u ed, mid nl ln ns i' men
ss hn hiii ril ii e.l ili.li' iKth in iipeiiitit!
this Mi h illsirp i in .- is'lli'.ntliiit.
TI aliy hislory of Ihe llelie
l-olirelie Valley is Hie slnr.s nf the
ealil" imhi-lry in I lie west. Ii was
in I h 7 that Ihe firsl lienl Him
Itllllid Iiiiivi. nn tile latine, llllil 111
deaf eilMt III tlU'ir UlSliet', I U I' llll' Hllltlf
I..II a hand nl Slniix ssvepl llnss II lipnll
Ihe e. illle and druse llleni nil, IIP'
in t yen- a herd nl s. seral iliuii.siin.l
ssati (irisen over the trail from Texas,
KiiaiTlt'd hy x hand i.f itiivIhijs, mnl
li-nin that lime, llnnimi Mnl ssithuul
i.liim (imiil.'i, lailh Kindiiit lly
Kink llie place nf l.ulfaln mi tile
run en. and sshile nn-ii mamcd where
f..r i i iiiiiries lie- In. hails had hunted
ami (i.iiuhl.
Numoious Entiics are Bein..
Made and the Indications are
that Two I kind i ed Coops of
Beds Will be Enteied,
The
in. In .ill. His
I l.'lKenll 1.
lhal ei
lim
III. IP
it 11
nslrieh ssill
liry eyliiliili
nil licet lull SS i
I'll I I'l "
I ill Hie pnll
SS ill he III-1. 1 111 .
ss hit h
the TI
rlicth aiiunal Ness MeMin I'air
S.MIlTes I'xtiosiltiill. (Iitiih.r ,'!
ml I!
In i im lusis e. .Mr. .Inhp llut'h. a ts . ll
I ss n In.al I til. ken t nl hiisiasl . sshn
has th. (Ahilul in (hat'".e, is nf Ihe
i. pillion lhal user (ul ennpn ssill he
cult led helol-e the day f.ir lile I 1 1 I.l I
rli.eiii: nl the i lillicn I'mm all in
dications líos ilcpa It lllt'llt nf Ihe I'll:
tan' ssill l.e one nf the hist pa 1 n u i i rci I
i' 1 1 1 . i l s and etili'li s al e daih helm:
t ci i Is t, 1 1 a mi all user the i ..nuns . Nn
i nil s l. es al" hellil! . Il.irued and n li
re. ,, l in,, hrccils nl t he l.-alli, i t-d
tiihe ssill he fililí all o p p. nl a nil .!
eopit.ililii; lor nn,. of mole ol III"
halnl-ome iiophies ssliuii nte li.'iii-;
ollele.l In 111. will litis. N.'illK J.I
hi iiltlllllls' ile.nlalcil silscr ll'ophs
cups are l.iini; ntli fcil líeseles III. . ral
i.-h
.III
a ll. I m
us I"!
IT llll II. 1S
prizes a ml i i
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t.n I
tl .a'
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can le raised In tin
l!l"S I .III III- SI. Ill .l ll
ni Hi- Hhuk Hills. i
I KiW Il It) t lletlS.TIltlS
eggs, butter, i 1 1 i 1 1 -
POULTRY SHOW ILL
BE ATTRACTIVE
TO MANY
HOST BMLLIANT
SOCIAL SEASON
111 300 YEARS
Santa Fc Society Circles Agos
Over Constitutional Conven
tion and Prominent Visitors
It Will Briiiíí to Capital,
sli.il IMmihiIi-Ii
tt the MfiMiitlff
lull run 1 1
Sania Fe. X.
M
Sepi. I 7 . I mrint;
enlis elll inll Willi ll
l li lnl'cr .'1, Maílla
th'. Ihe must hril
I im hlslnrs nf ami
the enllHl Í I III it ma I
pins in S.inlri l'"t
e ss ill see. tin ilu
lia nt sucia i neasun 1
. a i s.
rruiiiineiit men frntn nil over Ih
trill. Is ss.ll allelld llie enll selll inn
iiml mans nf them will hrinu their
families to spend a mutitli nr inure
here. Frum all us'er llie cits' then
han heen n demand fur huiises In nup
pis Hp- s'.antn nf these "ipsts, ninny
..I ss hum ale sseallliy.
AmiHiii tit" tiroiliuit nt pcrs. inn are
.lipli'.e A. I!. Kail nf Three livers.
(Hern eulllllS'. He ssill he here ssilli
Mm. Fall, mnl laniily. He Is mriin
ipc, fur a hutise.
Aiiulher in Hun. N'mnian llarllelt of
('(.Max cntintv, wi'll knussn in ('hiendo
I'inaiu In I t irclcM. III'. W. F. la rrisuii,
prcl-ltlelll nf llie New .Mexlcn (ille(i
of AKI'lcuItlire and Mechanical Ails,
ssill also he here ssltli hi.s liilllily. He
has leaned Ihe hnnse of In. Iiaviit
liapp nf I.incnln HSfttlie.
(i. W. Ilakir of l iilun euiinty will
also he here with his family, lie may
rent the hnnse of liisirict Clerk F. W.
Shed run.
Mr. mnl Mrs. Solomon Taina, Mr.
ami Mrs. II. it. Ilursiim find other
prominent Inmilies nl llie tcrrilnry
have made reserva I Ions nt Hie I'alaee
In. nl. sshere i hey ssill live during the
cniis'ent inn
l''ruui niilside of llie (crrllory will
cniiie viiilpirs nf prnuiinenee w hn will
he lu re rlnrliiK n iart nf the eunven
llnll. Amiiiii; Ihcni. in Hull, (ienriie
Caliul Ward uf Ness' York City and
fiunieils' attiiui Kiiyertiut' of fnilu
Iticn. Mr. Ward recently alteiideil
Ihe I'ali-Amerleatt euin-'t'cnn at lliieims
A s res and llnss- is nn Ills ss a S' ll're In
lulu Mis Ward mid her I millet
l.ruii.-iin CnliiUK.
11. S. limley, wife of Judne
, will spend At week of Iss'o ill
Fe and neserii affairs have
niranucd In her honor. A din-
linde:
Sa ni l
l.een
r ssill In. tiseii fur her tonluht hy
Mrs. (lenrire Cahut Waitl at In-r hume
nn Cerrlllnn n.ail. Mrs. I!. .1. Kalen
ssill eiilertaln nl lunclieuii In het
hntuir next week, and Mrs. William J
Mills will uise a lunclieuii nt the ex-
eiinive piansliin Weilnesdas .
Oil I" C. Ahhnlt lellirileil flultl A I
hiniiii lull", sshere he limk part in tin
U S less nf tile Ness Mexlcn Natiulla
iluai'd. Cuhunl Ahhi.tt did not nc
enmpans
ss as f'tt'''1!
I urn lu í
as disirii
a I'.-ss ila
Ihe tl-uupn
a n lit ii i in t-d,
In attend
t Htlul'lies .
S lni' the en
Mancadern in
he had t.i re
iiiirt hiisincs'
ss ill cave ii
II" w
nt. In,
livers
u r, am
lake put In tin- mau
FLOWING WATERS
ANALYZED BY
Extensive Woik in Stieam
Measuieiiu:nt by Department;
to Issue Bulletins on Pump-
itiü, Ii ii;',.-tion,
s,c,-l,, liUpHtili i.i ih MttrnliiK Jtiurnnll
Sania Ke. X. M . Sept. IT Assint
ent Ttiiliorial l-,ni;,necr Charlen IV
Miller lelilí tied lasl i S elling Irnlll a
stii.ini me.isuremeiii ami inspect inn
lllp ill tans cnullls. He e X; ' in i lu'i I
ni i . ruínale ol . .uistru. li ui and II-
i . m e In a pil opí lale I lie
I In l 'el in I ill. h culnpaps
I'l .'Sin I IT IK. ill. n I ake i n
' ii..'tt1 Inn Ii i . nip. ins
ami Kiln tie la 11. mo I i,
pielit is I r
nl ihe Ca
lupiins. Hie
nl IJllentil
h c .mpaps .
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hard and Land
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en till
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and P
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Ilia nil I .u t hit its
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Tilt man
liicorpoi'-tHoii.
Inc. il p. .rati. ni papern were filed
tlil Imi'iiiinn In Hie office of Terrl
titriiil Secretáis Nuihiiii .lafla hy I'll
I n 1 1 ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , -1 1 1 , I'tihlisliiiiK eumpmis of
Fan N'ejíny, en nllalizetl at Jlli.Oliil ill
li.led into I mi shares. The (Tiinpany
heXllIM liltnitlcss with ÍJ.IMin enpilill.
The inei.rpuratorn and illieclurn are:
Sectindinu limnerii. I J nhnres; l.i.r
( nzo Deliiiuln, i'l' Mitury hkciiI, I
hlinre; unil .unís t . i.ii Id, I .shale;
all nf V .
(.ost'lnor Kelllllis.
f'uveitinr Mills reluineil last nlglil
.ruin A lln l(ll ( IT 1 1 if" With I'nlt.pel K. I'.
Ahliotl. with sslnim he reslesved the
Iniir hniitlieil men of the N'aliunal
(luard sshn ssill mi ititn camp at
A tamadeiTi. ahluiTiiit. The irnup."
inatle a fine. Mililierls- appea ranee,
(cahl the gas', rniii', and Ness áeicn
linn esery r. .ismi In feel pimnl uf
I hem.
'rerrilol iíll I 'mills.
Territ.ulal TreaHiirer M. A. i litro
Intlay recelscil the IT, II. tss i nn funds:
(.nay eniinls, $ .1 v (i . f, :1 ; Curiy county,
$S2S. .'(, I'rum name smii.Icii. $ 7 . 7 -ñ .
Tuxiiutcr- of New Mexini.
Xesv Mi-xi' n han r.ii.iliiu luxp;
or ahuiit in. itiiinv as there sserc
cam al the , 1. . H ui in 1 tins f..r i
t. rial deli's:aie. The niiinher
ccutilleH in t'-i iuilusss: Hern.
des
-ri i-hs-lilln.
t, iiiul:
( 'HITS'
l-aldy,
Chaves. 4 . 4 u 1) : Cnllax, :.4ál):
4 , Mío ; luna Ana, l.Tiiiil;
ll.tiuil; ilriuil. 1,(1(1(1. ( iuailalupe.
I.riáli; Lincoln. I. tun; Luna. l.finli;
.Mora, 1,1(1(1; M . K i n les , -ll'.',; (Hern,
1,1 "ill; i.)miy. ::.' ."; I'.io Airilia. 7r,n;
ItuoKevidi, i,:uin; Satidnvnl, U '2 ñ ; Sa ptn
he. :i, 1(1(1; San Manuel, ;:,!I7".; San
.luán, l.'IT.'.; Siena, '.Kin; Suniriu,
1 .-.'nn: 'I'a m. I, Mill; 'I'i min i', I, Mill;
I'lH'till. '-'.aun; Valencia, .'i.'.u.
liante
ilatilul i
III Ajicnls.
'altle cnpipans- nf
headill.'il'lcl s at
The
ih. n
dt
ss H ll
II. i. hila. ". i.i i:t i
i.iii.l-,, todas filed a
ill;e uf iisi-nl, M. H.
lina M. T. Kvei hurl
ct liiticiile ol
Kierluirt nut
in lhal capai
(Ti.iii
III Charier.
is and KltT'tri
Tin
liiiHSSTll I III
Unlay iliil
iry's ni l it-e
c. in
tnrlal e uf
nt
pa 1 1 y
in Ihe I
r
seerel
;: i t i I it
m ol pol . 1 1 i.
locilllnll of
irtiendment of iis
live 10 (111 iilellils,
tul linen of ss ires
Vulal'ii s l"u lilic ppnlnicil.
(uveriinr Mills luda.s' a ppuinled
luliii M. HcilKi'cuke of i:ridce, (iiiay
'oiinty, and Havltl Qu ipta na. of
ru.,iai!ie. Salda Ke cniinly, In he nu
llities puldic.
Iteli'Ullli
I nil el tint
lleral 1!.
In Irrlalion ('(insri'K.
Mills today a pp. inled
J. 'il.nen of La Mesa,
counts', an iidditinnal
the 1 n iiptt inn cnnnrc.ss nt
1 1. ma Ann
delcKHle In
I'uehln, Cn
Onnly Piiimissitmei Appnlnlc,!.
intsernnr Mills tudas pccepteil Ihe
lenistiatiun nl I'edi'n Lucero . Torres
i I I'lllliS W'els. ,"S I'ltlllll) inmmis-
nii per Irnni llie Tliirtl district. Tnr-
p i
(unity, and
in Juan ih'
nppulnted to
Inns Sanchci
lic
nf ctl Ii
ll a Ii.
ncsi'( fur Xiiilaiimj; tltimo
i '.a me a rilen Thnmas I',
as i .uli - nfliciall.v inlurmeil
Uiw'tJ.
Cahlc
ui' Ihe
Pnvls
nhuiit-
i Hern
i. h.
ss a 1
a rn s!
nf Ll
iilK a
cnullls
.1 1
'III
i'l
ItIiís iiml J.
A.
Clouilcrofi, fo
-r in .lames eatein,
Tiles- Here lined íáo
SOUTHWEST NEWS NOTES
Ft i. il
in
.s Miil'.-i' si i It I
if sprint: lamlm.
."illll head, in tin
llieir en
ll tun be r-
l.us All
tire hunch
in-; alioiit
eles I '.i . h iiii.-
epnlted is Sol
lie sllipl.t'd
llll.
un pans'.
Three
entct ilas .
I'h,
price
I loads
nnilin
l.
I'.IIK 1
Ihe 11
IJ.'i It
11. Junes, ii tattteman ssith
..pe and vufuhulats and une
se mies nil the ransie. lias n
cad nf fat entile in the 1'i.m
company uf Lus Au",flen, tn
Cadi.' c.
delivered
phisln an
much us
1 1 la i , .
s (ictuhcr. Ih
' Mr. J. i lief did
4 cents 1 1 tr his
icuiiluii Sun.
iiik i
in
t re
I'liiin
Had insss ttavtln lasl
pía i us ss li s" nn m ut h is
iliuuilis sicllium uf the
little nl Hi. is'c mute las
ss tu i e is a lor and uras-s
Take il li-nin us that a
the ralr-e etiiililrs' has
Ir.. pi diniitli and Hie m:'
a lid I his ex
he;. I'd uf Ihe
sscst ami nn
. r. d sfctinns
are plentiful.
Inrisc pall nf
not siilfered
I kels are lint
uniim
lo
l,. delntd ssilh thin cattle
Keteni rains are cnSTritiií
ssith nesv i;r.,sn and the
as lirn'ii as in Ktitiim time
iln and mamma ts'rass will
n. lid feed next tall. Miner
III IS
the I
all
a m;.
pía i lis ., i .
I'hc hall.
make sul.
-t nek ma ll
Kctiiri
na sei.iciTlas all.rii ti.il from
Al i'nlia, ss hen- he ss as
i, i t In
in
ill.. I .
ll ail im pul la lit llsestnik mis
A. Anllinni'. lasiiialds' kr.usin
ti .itisiu t mns an n lius cr in
nil. i:.
I latlh
lilis (id
se p'lhltcity tn the l.lk-
ipl;
scr o
the vest ra
letti l.ise St
att .V Wsatt
ajn. Cm on in
The ii ii m 1 1
this hi'T ilea
It"
inii-rests
I Ihe We
ml ihe W
i k t t mpans'
In it Is. r.tiu;
i a lid Y a s a -r
nt animals
ss ill amire-
inu in Xa
ni 111 !
Ml S tils i ll
l n
it Ita-t ".niln, and
.'eS.TillIln price, is I
. unsidci tpi;
ipe .if lilt"
ins estments
taime rit;htn
l.nated near
Chili. i val
en idt-nt tt lt-tl
fnr nian-
he. is n st I iiiapcal stuck
I lecellt lliulllhs The
ffe. led in til's deal are
ll.tll.r.tok, Williams ir.d
hs. M r. A in lltini Ilas In-,
ss ti Ii I lie i ,,t t In Im! as! rs
ea rs, a ml s com í i sa nt
ssith Ihe
lallKo pnsslhi lit íes. He has
hi en m this net tinti hut a ..-ss innnths
ml ittiiie here tr.'in Texas, h here he
i.m prominc nils ii hn 1 1 ! nd ssith ihe
atiKe iiiuustrs' ma ny ea rn - Ld-
hl u. k Arisiin.
Símil l'iixtiirnsi.
1 am .era.! the ninths ssill id intu
halliiiii; suit." said M.iiii!,
'it sstt'.I.l be a. bllame." Ti died
M.'smie Tlie ;.n,.r thints wnuhl
nlane tn de.nli. Wiishinainii star.
Iion't waste xniir mntu y luis inc
pl.i.stt rs when y.ui an itt t it buttle of
lianil.i-ri.iin Liniment f..r tiv.nts -
five 1 1 ins A plei e nf flaunt 1 danip-
ent tl ssith lhm liiiini.-nt is sup. ri.tr tn
mis planter f..r lame Inuk pains in
Ihe s
aii. I chest, nntl m
al druKKtsis.
h t heap r.
Hn Id
Tl-c Fxivpilon.
- I hear i il a re
usv
k s a i
1 1 w n s
p.
I I. II Le. kt
r Wi II.
In e p.
enrd.
nut a'svi
kt r imne.-
ni. t mv ss i i
1'hiL
iid.liihia I;.
W poarn nci cr for bnr
Th of cr nmrnntoed V T
Trlnblt A Co, 11 J N Sacond itrrt
'pu lillt
(le 111
I8
NOTHING DOING IN
SUGAR BEETS ON
Albuquerque Experiment Given
Up, Says Wilson; Industry in
Arizona Now Placed on Per
manent Basis,
Mortilne Journal Burean,
(U3 Munsev iluildlnff.
Washinutun, I). ('.. Sept. 14.
The ,eet minar industry nf the Fnil
etl Slates passed tliruiiKh a siu'eens
fnl yem- in IIIUli. uccurdiiiK tn h report
just issued hy the depa rtment nf iib
riculliiie. (if the mi faeturies in ex
Inteitce all were in operation exeepl
ln llie nesv i l;i nt at N.iitipn, Ida lio.
Ill heet aereare planted Int. I harvested,
in total tiiniiafji uf heets worked, in
aiiiuiiiit nf nuisiir irndiiceil, in as'pnit'e
nf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i t y of heets, ami p iefei-ntaKe
nf si i fin r e.xlracled all ireviuus rec
nr'ds iiere exceeded. The pruduetinn
A' beet simar fur the seiisun 5J2. IIIHI
tons, exceeded the highest record hy
more than ti per eetil, and the record
lor LUIS by mure than 2 per cent.
Tile ( lunliK; months nf the year svpre
marked hy u decided revival uf inter
est In Hie exteiinlnn nf the Industry,
due In part lo the enai I inent uf the
nesv tariff law. Three nesv factunes
per under construction one at Pauld
inu. (iliiii, svilh a capacity of Tdll tmis
nl heels daily, aiiulher at Toledo, .,
svilh a eapiiclly of LIMill tuns daily
ami another ut Seotts I'.lul'f, Xeb,, of
IL'OO tons capacity. The last, is to In
complied wlili tip. machinery remov
ed from Ihe dismantled plant at Lea
silt. Neli. (Hie faclurv built last year
at Santa Ann, Cal., made a successful
( ;..itiiaii;n, ami the factory at (ilea
dale. Ariz., which had never been suc
cessfully operated. made a short
caiiipaimi with satisfactory results,
i'romesu ssas made in Ihe Introdm
linn nf improved implements for Hi
beet fields. We are iippruachiii"; a
lower cost and better system of eiil
tlsulinn mid harvcsttiiK. The Hanii
plow and the traction eiiKÍne are mure
iiencraly used m breakinK up Hie land
and in ImrvestiiiK anil dellseriii-C llie
beets. The traction engine will play
an important part in Ihe future of
thi iiulusity, crpecially In the moun
tain and coast gtatt-g where the lands
me in la rife irticts and labor Is scarce.
A comparison of the price of minar
svilh that uf oilier fond products is
siiKí-estive. nays the report. In the
yencral luihlle nisilation conceriiini;
the cost of-food products no mention
is tiu'.de nf guitar. The price nf suyar
In the ennsumcr has remained prac
tically slalinnat-y fnr the last leu
scars. In that time prices of many
ihini-s base duubletl. and all have ma
terially advanced. As the cunt (,f la-
bur intern lamely intu the cunt nf
nuisiir production, this industry must
have shared svilh other, the disnd-sanliis-es
of u risiiiK scale of wafies.
The fact is that wanes on the farm
base increased inure rapidly than in
llie cities. Nevertheless the nunar in
dustry lias been able tn niter Hie con
sumer an important article of fund at
practically the same price fur a con
siderable number of years.
The suimr Industry is rapidly as
sumiti", Ki't'ut imp.ii'taiice in this
country, cnnlinues the report of the
department. No nianufacturiiiR In
dustry sn intimately ansnclateil wilh
mnl dependent upon amienlinre has
esi r nhnss ti each wonderful develnp
mnet. such lar-rcacliiun Influence In
the stimulation and tiphuililinv. nf the
whole svstem uf aurieultnre.
In niitini; Hie proEress id beet suanr
raisitu: in Arizona, the report says:
After many trials mpl tribulations
ihe beet Kui-'ai' iinlustiy has finally
ml lusted 1st- f tn culldltlHUS In Al l-
2,111:1. Seseral sears ano a factory
of MiO Inns (laile capacity was in-
si ,11.., I at Ci.-iidale. X ..r K milts Irnni
I'huentx. This plant is well designed
uf u I ( minimi turn antl eipiippec
with mud.ru machinery. Hs initial
attempt al a canipaiun ss is disaslrnus.
IlnWeStT, from xeseral .alises. It
workinir caoilal Tin Inadetptali
farmers Were urni i ll"l"lll''(i to ln-
t.'ltsil'.cd ITttppill!,. The eiiierprist
had In en promoted with tun niuch
ttlttiu' uf the briuht side mid not
enuiiuh nt the np-rn realities. In ad
ilitinn in this the IrriKii'inn f.n ilities
were made. pint" and could iml be (It
o. nilid ut.i.n. IniriiiK Hie first nuii-
i.ai.'i, nfi'. v i, ret ildtutmn tlouilt-d llie
irriKutinn ditch. ( ansing many breaks.
The svater in the ditch became dirty
.in, I unfit fur use in tin- miliar iac-
P.rv. As the fat tuts depended upon
the ditch I u r water fnr this purpose,
it was oblu-cd In suspend operations.
The lactut-s ss as una hie In nianufae
ture sin-'ar fmni which il could pay
the farmers fnr the lu-fts. ll fell Into
difficulties and u receiver was tip
puintcil. Many uf the beets liiium re
mained in Hie t-muiid and were an en
tire bits tn the nrnssers. Such a fail
ure naturally proved very (linciuiraK
im; both In the company anil lo the
farmers, l-'inalls-. however, the Lunne
selt Ham and Irrigation hitch ssas
finished. This in one of the lamest
anil must expennlse irri-uit ins; projects
in the world. It nive a nesv Impetus
m the heel turnar industry, ha villa pro.
moled and operated nther successful
plants. It was placed back in t'um
misyion and operated successfully
during li. The factory was en
lamed, and ntitnm.itic country dumps
iv. ii- i tinsiriicted fur Ihe convenience
of the ranchers at Mena. Tempe and
I'lu.enix A tia.ti. ii ennine iaii; plosv
wan tnirn, Im t-d tur siii-rinn the snil
and other up In date cuns'enienees
ss.le ellipl.ised. Whether (Tillilltitilin
I liruinboul the nrowini! period svere
pint. Kent-rails fnsntahle.
'Plant mn fnr the tmiipainn benan
In l i, tol.i t and extended llilTull.ll m.tst
nf the si inter. The f ampainn opened
.Iml I and t Inst , I Aiinusi 4. ll was
short, but of sufficient diiritinn mid
attended ssilli sutlieient success tn
i nns tin e Hi" farmers and all interest
ed that a new t ra had opened fur Ihe
beet si nar industry in Arizmia."
Tin- rt pun ais., cniHuins a state-
Ranch forSaleCheap :
' n-.ii r.- i.
m h I ,
m ..si
i nd
111 left
.lit
I Tilt.
t mm
v-it
lri.it
I i. I '
m
I"
ir.es,
a, r. i
I at a I
See J,
i res in
Im
In
. K.uahl. s. Will v.
K.un if bnUKlst s.ml
.olbe m 1 I ;, West
id .ivcnue.
RIO GRANDE
inent ennceniliiii the lent made in Nesv
Mexico uf heel sukui- raisiiiK, wiilcli
folio':
Chicase, ,lHn. IT, 1ÜI0.
Pear Sir: Uriel ly the tests on New
Mexlcn heels fur the past year were
as follows:
Siinnr content Purlly
l'er I'er Per
cent cent cent
I-Tt
liallinnei' .
Kulk
.21.4
Ü0.1
IS. 3
Nil. 3
8:'. n
1 1.
I-.'. 1 1. n nil I. F.
Haines
Maxwell Heel (Jrnsv
el's' Asnnclaiiun .
I!. S. Uicllnrdn
i:. Iiii hards
Sid Stukey
,:'n.i id. 8 SI.4
. L'd.T
. I'd.."!
. 1 fi.B
. 1 T.5
18.(1
f T.!
14.2
1 6.G
82.0
Kl.s
nn.i
Si l.ll
S2.S
S3.1
The Maxwell Land
(iraiit Cn 1 K.4
J. P. Vanliuulen Cn. . 1 8.5
Las Venus Snnar Heet
( ! riisvers' Assucla
tiun IS. 4
l(i
IT.
IT. 3
The beets ni'osvn in Ihe AllnituieriU(
and Liu (tiande districts were so pour
ly handled that they were not shipped
In the factory, and we do not Intend
lo Hit forth any further effort to de
velop the nl" isviris of heels in that sec
lion. nn- tests in the northern part
of the stale will be continued during
the coniinn sear.
yours very Irulv,
1!. K. WILSON'.
Kasl Las Venas, X. .M., Jan. 8, 1910.
Hear Sir: We made a lest on a
tss'ents'-acre piece of land under the
must unfavorable circumstances, anil
1 herewith submit thtTuinh you to the
agricultural department llie result of
our work: The ield was 111 tons, an
average of 5 1-2 tons to the acre; Ihe
average simar content, IT 1-2 per cent,
This crop of twenty acres ssas cul
tivated on trin in, I .Munte.uma farm
uf the Santa Ke I a 1 1 roa tl company.
Very truly vunrs.
t; !:. ii. WAiiD.
BIB MINING DEAL
Wisconsin Corporation Takes
Over Golden Link Group of
Claims, with Exclusive Gold
and Silver Ores.
Another important mining
reported from ihe Aloudllnn
deal is
district
ss hn h has resulted in the taking over
nf lhe Hidden Link group of claims
by the Molden Link Mining com puny,
a Wisconsin corporation.
According to the Milver City "Inde
pendent'' the property involved con
sists nl u uroup of efRht continuous
claims, the same beintr the Molden
Link Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, í, (i, T mid X. The
eluims lie on I'pper Pry Creek in the
Mogollón liange and are about twelve
miles south of the town of Mogollón.
The ore Is very similar In character
to that which is now paying so hand
somely m the operation of Ihe Krnes
t no and Lilile l-'nnnie mines in that
district. The values are exclusively in
Id and silver, the former hein2
greatly in excess of the latter.
In a 120 loot tunnel which has at
tained a vertical depth of 75 feet,
Hiere has been encountered a three
foot vein which has an average value
of $8 In gold. In another tunnel
which has been run in about 7f feet
there is a two foot vein which carries
an average value of $5 in gold and
lilver. At the bottom of il 35 foot
shaft a vein has been uncovered
which averages $15 in gold and sil
ver. Considering the size of the veins
and the shallow depths nt which they
yield these values, the proposition
seems to bear the ear-marks of a
genuine bonanza In addition to
these fine average veins It is reported
that in an Incline shaft which r oniy
(15 feet deep, assays have been secur
ed which run as high as $Tu(i In the
ton in gold.
A large creek which carries suffi
cient water nil the year around to run
a good sir.ed mill flows directly
through several of the claims. The
water from this, creek can easily be
utilized for furnishing power, thus
greatly reducing the expense, of op
erating both mill and mine. In addi
tion to this it is said that there is nn
abundant supply of timber on ami in
close proximity to the property.'
The former owners of the properly
nrc W. P. Uorsey nf this city and O.
N. Zook of Mlensvood, N. M., each of
whom held n half interest in the
group. The littler has a camp on the
claims, and most of the assessment
and development work has been done
under his supervision.
The Molden Link Mining company
of Superior, Wis., which only recent
ly took tin property over, is incorpor
ated with u capital of $2511.01111. The
officers of the company are said to
be substantial :mil ss-ell to do business
men of that place. Cpon completion
of the necessary arrangements the
com puny will start active develop
ment work with the Intention of erect
ing ti mill for treating the ore as sunn
as their showing justifies the same.
IliadwTHid .Mine.
The grade for the new mill on the
Peadsvood mine is practically complet
ed and a large ouantity of ttie build
ing material is already nn ttfc ground
with more arriving every fvv days.
A quantity of pipe for the pipe line,
together with some of the machinery
for the mill are now on the way out
from Silver City, where three carloads
of material for this mine were receiv
ed during the pust few tlnys. A carload
of sheet iron and i carload of tank
material are nnsv being Inaded out.
Last bailee Min
The Krnestine Mining company pur
chased from Thomas Lyons of Mila
Ü.OuO feet of two and one-half Inch I
pipe tiltil will be used in connection
ss ith the nesv waler supply for its mill.
A quantity of this pipe, which had
been store. 1 in charge of John A.
Moses in Silver City for some time.
9 now being hauled out to .M .gnllnrt
bv freighting teams. The entire plant
of thi company, which has been idle
more or le during the past couple of
nnlhs op account of the scarcity of
iter, is now operating at its full ca
pacity.
Socorro Mines.
The many friends ot J. V. Crowdus
will he pleased to learn that he has
lust been of filially appointed mill su
perintendent fit Ihe Socorro Mines mill
nt Mogollón. He succeeds V. A
Kunkle. the mill evpert with Spur &
Co nf Ntff York, who for the past
reveral months has leen temporarily
in harge of the mil while arranging
mid ptrleciitm the details of its up-,
eratinn. Thi work ne had nnw onm-pl.-tfd
in n manner highly satisfactory,
to the company.
REPORTED FRO,
MOGOLLON
.tiTry a Journal Want Ad; Results,
The Virginia
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Apiirl menls-
,VT the
rostofflce.
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S01ÜBYDWGGISTSLVKVttHHÍF
BIG PROJECT Will
GIVE NEW LI
Santa Fe Company Acquires
Half Completed Properties
and Will Soon Have Shorter
Entry Into Southern Clly,
The conjectures and rumors that
the Santa Fe was behind the muse tn
construct an electric line from Sun
Liego, Cal., to Mel Mar several years
ago, now appear to be substantiatt.il.
The Santa Ke has taken over the in
terests of the Keller-Kerckoff cum.
pany, which floated the prnjett but
never attempted to complete It. with
the undoubted purpose of set uring
a better route into San Llega, and
without which the hundreds of thuu-
SHiids uf dollars expended on that line
recently would represent little.
Itegarditig llie latest move of th
Santa Fe to eliminate the bail xrndui
mi the San Diego line, the "I'niuii" uf
lhal city has the following:
With tliti purpose of further short
ening its route between San Diesn
and Los Angeles the Sania Fe riiilrnaii
has acquired the holdings of the Kd-ler-Kerhgnl'f
company, including the
right of way between did Town and
the site of the Santa Fe proposed tun
nel at Sorrento, said to be stiurter by
seseral miles than the present rmile
ill its meanderings oyer the mou ntaias.
across the mesa and through Ku
canyon.
Semi-official announcement by San
ta l'e officials includes the statemmt
that the purchase is for the purpim.
of providing a direct line from th"
tunnel entrance into the city, whkli
means that Santa Fe trains within
year or so will come into Sun Mug"
over a new route .
The presence In southern California
of Vice President J. W. Kendrlck, in
charge of the operating department, is
evidence that further constructim)
work on the Sin Diego line is immi
nent. Muring of the Soledad tilling,
it Is stated, will shortly begin. Th''
delay heretofore hus been eaustil lis'
the necessity of a nesv right of :!
The purchase uf the Keller-Ken k
hnff right of way. It is stated, whs
recommended by the engineer of ithi
struction as Ihe quickest and clieiilasl
means of securing the nesv route, ll
is common report that the Kellt-r-Kerckholf
company was a Santa I'i'
adjunct. The construction and ('
gnieering oTc..R of the Sania l-
maintained in the Kerckludt l.uililins
at Los Angeles.
Deeds filed for record slmsv Uwl
the Keller-Kerekhnff company In-'
transferred to the Sania Fe certain
tracts of land r.tnl strips of land Iswi
along the water lront and parallel"
the present Santa Fe track. Tin i""'
sideration is not stated. II. W. Kill'r
of the Keller-Kerckhoff company A
Del Mar, yesterday staled the only
consideration was $1. the cosí oí fH"
ing. Santa l'e oi l ciáis claim to k"''
nothing of the deal. Memral Hi"1'
agir A. M. Wells has not returned It"
l. Angeles from the cist.
President J. V. Kendrii k, in i-han-''
of the operating department, ii '
Catalina fishing, other Sa ill "'
officials say Mr. Kendrick is t ho
official wlio would likely knuss 'ins
tiling concerning the ultimate piUT"
of the purchase.
To Hush Xew Shop. (
December 1 has been sel us the"',''
that 12 stalls, of the new Santa I'
machine simp at San llernanlino
be turned over by the contracter..)
the company for use. The remain"'-
of Ihe new building is to be compl' if"
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wailing for the concrete InunikU1""'
to In., completed and it is expect. .1 tn1
the big f.tec beams for the south I1"'"
tion "f the liuil, ling will be sssiii:"
Into place within another week,
will require about UU das to ni"'
the machinery (nr the preseiil l'iiu" -and
on ll a number of alterations
to be made belnre the other del-1"
menta establish permanent ipi.trtei
. .lumping at oin'h'.sioii-.
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tier from rm-ni ss h re pre' res--'1
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