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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1911.
be many uses of SOLD DUST If you were to use, for ach kind of washing, Meaning, scouring and scrubbing, one of the so called special prepara tions which are made, i j i you wouia nave an lm- nosinc ana expensive! array of chemicals, wash- j ing compounas, cleaning pastes, etc. There is one cleaner that has the virtues o$ all and the faults of none. Use Gold Dust and you have no need of borax, ammonia, kero sene or naphtha. HEW M EXICD FIELD EDS HUSTLING MINISTERS Superintendent of English Mis sion Scoies Those Who Loaf in Report to Annual Confer ence; Big Assemblage Opens sis re ir ; A, Mis All'!". assistant. j"1! Ilotirv v.vii V.Hkeiit.iirg. t'r. asur.-r; I,. I.. Kakcr. ;iNMy.inl; C. K. I.ucas. fjf stati.-ie al rvtary; C V. umimrs. ff assistant: i-. K l.iinttust. postman r. ' U A nvrs- uns then taken until o'vli'ik in tlu- ait. rnoon. DEMOCRATS HOLD A CONVENTION IN SANDOVAL D not ut borax, toap. naphth, todt, ammonia or fcro arn with GOLD DUST. GOLD PI ST has alt desir able cleansing qual ifies in a perfectly harmless and last ing form. "Ut th GOLD DUST TWINS do yon mark " SBf TOHAYs SK.sHON. N .lil a. in. I 'Vtti.ins. Kev. C. i:. laiiihiuist. Nara Visa. V a. ni. Session of the Con ference. 11 a. in. Address by Bishop William A. yuayle. 2 p. 111. tiUSIIle.SS FfSsion of the Spanish mission conference. L':.1!!) p. in Meeting of Span ish I.av F.lcctnrul conference, M. K. ehuri h, liarelas. 3 p. in Woman's Hume ami Foreign Missionary societies' an niversary. S p. in. I.ei-tu'o, "Shylock and Iavid,'' P.ishop William A. Quay le, I). 1)., LL., 1). This lec ture is Riven ly ami for the Kp worth League of the church. Delegates Named to Santa Fe Meet and Full Ticket Will Go, Into Field; Republican Con vention Real Rough House, FOURTEEN S 1M B. Ml Placer Workings at Creek, Alaska, Scene of Prob ably Fatal Accident; Rescu ers May Save Them, B Mortilnit J.iurli il Sitr, liiaeul Wit.. 1 Fairbanks, Ala.-ika. Sept. 2. A shaft I7n feet (Hep o'c tin- Shakes pea re placer gob) mine on f ,iiic creek caved in at ," o'i lock vcslerdav afternoon. Imprisoning fonrti eis. mostly l:iiKsi:iiis. line men are socking to enter thronch an old shaft, aim leet distant ! hd.. fieri from Hie Hi i'I i:i lee at 11. Volkim; There is medial" one that civ dinged with bottom, 'j in lilli'.'ii a possihilit y halts lone i- In giving his annual report to the hisliop and conference of the New Mexico Fnglish Mission yesterday afternoon, Kev. S. Alnnzn Bright, su perintendent of the mission, went on record uneiiiiwicnlly as being oppos ed to the employment In the confer ence of those who do not upprecinlo the resiponsihility of tile work, but rather look upon New .Mexico as H field where a rest may' he obtained until something better shows up. This according to the spuiker, is opposed absolutely to tho fundamental princi ple of the Methodist Kpiscopacy, which from the organization of the t church has insisted that the men call ed upon to prea,ch the gospel are sent to the field and must labor there for the harvest, "We suffer," said !r. Fright, "from those who simply use New Mexico as a resting place until something- better opens, and while 1 sympathize with the brethren in their hardships, the loneliness and other features of the work not attractive or altogether pleasant, vet I cannot rid myself of the earlv Impression that fi ,'"'' 'Vletnoiiist preachers are men tin LUIIIO der orders and that these orders aro I ordinarily as kindlv as the nature of the work will permit, hut wheurthoy are given it Is ours to obey." The report (if the supejmitendcnt which was the most Important fea ture of the sesson of tliir" conference jeslerilay. was a rather volumioiis af fair, givini; a resume of the work over the entire slate, its present condition anil future prospects. in common with runny other su perintendents who have served tin en mill-. New Mexico KliKlish Mission in veais hundred j past, I r. liright is oniphaticHlly ol the the mine ! opinion that the terriiorv riirhifullv to the .Methodist Kplscop.ll old I ill. The thirty feet ic rescuers are minute shilts. that the Inter filed, li the enlomlieil men pi-ohably are ilia,!. runavvayTeam with load of hay goes eight miles at 2.40 INpn liil ('irrr-iKinilrn. - ... ''irnlnic Journal) lioswcll. N. M , ; ,i, ::','.-a team hitched in a w:ii;.i hauling a ton of loose ha, ran a distance of eighl mile;- I. id. iv and stopped when il I'eaeheil ;c, swell. Hon Knl'ael So dill'i was the owner and he sat pen h cil on the top of the loud, which was too In'h to permit him to .lump, lie could neither stop nor slow down h Horses until they reached t n n. Consumption f Con- klelS .,( I., li- Anyone Interested in tin umi'lmn sliulllil gel nllc ef I !: I telling of icrov ci ics by (lie inn n m Alterative Coughs. Si iiIiIhiIH f'el'N Mild l'tll'll. UihIiIh nilly he the iH'lnllin ef Inell1 Hel'inliH tn'nililes Krlvlll.-llr 1 Allerill Ivr Is the effective remedy. Itcml Mr. Kunnly n shiteineiil : - " Sai riloLrn, . V. "( ient leinen ; For live or six c:irrt I wns troiihleil with coiii.lt nial eMM'terii tion. 1 also tn i , 1 ii lih;li fever. My ciise wain ili'clin I'll Ciinsiiiiiitten hy i ii v hliysl eluii. I was then Ceil l.hei (ill. I'rcis.ite unit other nicilieiniN, nil without lu iii'lil. "At I'llrlslnias (line. I'.iea, 1 wns not CXi'l-eldl to live. Ciilllliu III. It. II Me ClIllllV. Ill' -Mlvicl I lie use ,if l-:l. ! Iia II M Alteiaiive. whicli I I..-.J, with eseelleat re sults all'l W lis elll ii ely rnre.l. "Inning flic past year I have ta Ineil in lbs. I eo nut in all vvcnihcis nail llllve liail lie eoai;li (ir colli v liatevia. I Ktva' llll'se facts pi eilcntll aMe 111 lll'I'H tn use lO kmaM's A Mcl'ath l " (Sitne.l Alllilavlti ,1 AS. W. KANAI.Y. kiu.ai '.. '.'te.-iihe Is effeetlve III l!l"ll chltls. Aslliina. liny fever: Throiit nnd I ma; 'I'niiililes. u ml hi nplinihlini; Hie svsleni. lines not cnntiiln polsens, i.ilnt''K ni' liahll feiuiinu dnics. Ask for booMi't (if iiiieil cases lent write to l-akilian l.ahoriiiory, 'lilladelilila. I'n . for inure ev i deuce. I or sale h id! leading dt iieudsls mnl Highland riiarmiicy mill Alvarado I'harmaey In All Si t Special Rates I sW- j lo Las Vegas $6.40 ROUND TRIP Account Republican State Convention Tickets on sale Sep tember 26, 27, 28. Return limit Oct. 5. P. J. JOHNSON, Agent. X I X X t X liurch, even to Kl I'aso. Texas,' and that the wealth of this monster r Kanir.atlon should he poured In litre lo assist (be pioneer preachers In pos sessing the land. The report further showed that much, new work had been started din inn the year, notably in southwest New Mexico. It shows that five oi the twenty-one stations in the confer ence are Kclf-supporting, Albieiuerqui lieadimr the list as the hiKcst church in the conference, followed closely by Uis VeKas, Koswidl, Katoii and Kl I'aso. A laiue increase In the mem bership within 1 lit' hounds of the con ference was reported, Following the report of Superin tendent liriKht, the characters of the preachers were passed. As the roll was called, each of the ministers pres ent arose to his feet. K.ive a resume of his report and his character was pass ed for another year. The following committees and boards were announced: Foreign missions, Kd. I.ciiretoii, I!. K. Sum mers: home missions and church ex tension, Charles J. ldckey and K. 1.. Maker; education, Addis Alhro, K. ('. Anderson; resolutions, Henry Vun V'alkenbuiK, (i. K. MeCarser; tem perance, N. S. Htockland, l I''. Atliey; Milde cause, (., i". laicas, 't. A. Winds or; periodicals, ('. 1 1. liai kman, C. II. Moildi iimton ; public press, ('entrain Advocate, ('. K. I.indiiiisl; California Cluisliiin Advocate. ,1. SI. shinier; lo cal press, C. J. Iiickov and K. I,. Maker; auditing coinniltiee, K. (,'. Anderson and C. J. liickey; appor ti'imneut of supci In t i n (l 1 1 1 'a claim, ('. ii. Meckman. .M. ( . Slinkland, Kd Me Mreton, M. F. Summers, .Memvlrs C. I''. I.ucas; colleetiuK book accounts, I'J. I,. Maker; Kpworih Icamicj, Henry Van ValkenburK, Mcrnard Cihhs, C. J. Dickey; Sunday schools, C. K. Unihiulst, Frank WhitinK and J. ft). Shinier. Kev. J. I. Seder, superintendent of tho Anti-saloon league for New Mex ico, was Introduce,! to the conference, and till,) of the plans ol the league for Hie coming slate eanipalcu, and of die work of that ore.aniztaio.i durini the past year. Tlie i iiiiIiti nee then adjourned un til !) o'clock this morniiiK. Tin1 .Miii'mni; M'smoii. A few minutes alter 11 o'clock yes terday niorninn; Mlshop W. A. Quayle, who had just arrived from the east, opened the (went v -sev enth annual :e'sion of Ibe New- Mexico KiiRhsh .Mission conference of Hie Methodist Kpisiopal church, In the Mead Avetiufc chuK h In this cjty, wilh a joint sac ri'inerital servha which was partici pated ill by both the members of tin KliKlish ami Spanish missions. The bishop was assisted in I lie service by Itev, Ir. S. Alonzo liriKht; Thomas M. I larwood, and Keander Fernandez. The roll of the Spanish mission conference, was then called and the organization of that liodv proceeded with. Following this an adjournment was taken ml shortly after Hie roll of the ICnsllsh mission was called, the following preachers answering to their names: Henry Van Vtilken biirn, Moswell; i I.ucas, Tuciuti rnri; ', ( ). Meckman, Albi-'iueniue; ( ', ,1. Dickie, Itnton; Md Me Hroton, Ala nio;oido; T. A. Windsor, Kstancla; 10. M. Maker. French; II. F. Summers, Sinta Fc. The followinR transfers wire received from other cotifereia and were presented to the body: S. Alon.o Mrmht. D. 1)., Kansas confer ence, superintendent nf the mission; Frank Whitirmv, from the Western Iowa conference, stationed at Sania Kosa: Cyrus K. Mimbpiist, Ironi Ihe Kaslern Swedish coiHer"lice of Mass aihnsells, slationed at N'ara Visa; M. (i. Stockland. Northern M innesola eoiileience, statli lied at Silver itv; Mernatd Hihls. from Hie Southern 1wliil lllapatrh to th. Moraine Joarnal Her:; '!!'!.., N. M., Sept. 2. SiKtlift cant of the extent to which discon tent and disaffection has grown in Sandoval county under boss rule, is the fait that not only did the demo crats of the county hold a well at tended and enthusiastic convention here today, naming two delegates to the Santa Fe convention, but they decided to put a full county ticket in tile field, Undine plenty of avail able timber for niich a ticket. The split between the two republican fac tions is so serious that the democrats count on enlisting enough votes to control the situation. Luciano Mondragon and John W. Sullivan were named as delegates to the state convention and n county central committep was organized with Mondragon as chairman. The com mittee i (insists of one man trom each precinc t and six at large. The convention was attended by n large number of deeply Interested spectators. It is believed that the dem ocratic ticket will poll between 400 and fiOD votes; and the mere tact that i a democratic ticket is to he placed in the Held at all Is significant of j changing conditions In the county of Sandoval. Attorney Isaac Harth of! Mhinueriiie, made a speech to the convention. i A lieal Mouth llou-e. I Some rather strenuous list fights ! here, held a few days ago, many of ! t, e delegates II is said, carrying guns and two nephews beating up an uncle to such an extent that he will lie In capacitated for active service for some time to come. Spectators describe it as a knock-down and drag-out affair all the way through and a spectacle of rowdyism which thoroughly disgust ed most of the spectators. The D, eoole's An u nual Holiday NEW STATE FAIR ALBUQUERQUE OCT. 9-10-11-12-13-k! CURTISS :: AVIATION :: MEET I Former Interior Secretary Talks on "The Patronage of Bureaucratic Government in America," California coy fereiu e, stationed at Kl 4 I I'aso; I.. F. Athev. Ironi lb" oklaho- 4 ma supply, stationed al Helen. j The ((inference then organized villi the following officers: K. V. Anderson fBr Momlnr Journnl ,pnliil 1 fioed Wtre.l Denver, Sept. 1!N. In an address on "The I'ortra.val of Mciiuoratic Hov erninent in America," delivered he lore the Public Lands convention here. tonight, former Secretary of tho In terior, Itlchard A. Mallinger aligned himself with the opponents of further centralization of the control of pub lie minis In a tederal bureau and won the applause of the advocates of Stat control of the public domain, who the developments of today, the opening of the ((invention, clearly indicate, are in control of the meeting. Interest tonight is centered, In view of tho apparent sentiment of the ma jority, in what President Tail, who Is to address the convention next Tin s duy, will have to say to the dele gates. I ne temper of the couvcnlion wan made plain by the reception given the remarks of Congressman Frank W. Mondell, of Wvotnlng, following his election as temporary -.hiilnuan this morning. "Shall rerlaln great resources of the western states be made a .source of federal revenue? "Shall certain great resources of the western states be placed under federal Jurisdiction, even to the ex tent of federal pollen regulation? "Shall we, as citizens of the west ern states, be compelled to accept cer tain policies of the national govern ment which In the development of the resources of our states widely differ entiate us from the citizens of other tales?'' These were the )iieslions, Mr. Mon dell, declared, for the convention lo consider in a broad spirit, "as broad a spirit us the most extreme, conserv ationisls could hold." That resolutions answering these questions in a vigorous negative will be adopted hy the convention practic ally Is certain. Kfforts to call a cau cus of those In favor of federal con trol of public lands fulled this morn ing from the lack of representation. Cole Kdgar, the ensign of Colorado Springs, by whom the caucus was called, admitted that the conserva tionists are undoubtedly in tho minor ity, but that, irrespective of what action is taken by the convention, the conserval lonlsls will organize for the purpose of advocating federal control of national resources as championed by former President Theodore Moose volt and (iifford Plndiot. Definite no tion, he said, would depend on the speech of President Taft next Tues day. An attack upon the government reclamation service by Frances li. Tracy, of Carlsbad, N. M was the feature of the afternoon session. Speaking on "Private Irrigation lOn- terprlre Compared With liovernmeiil Mcclnmntioii,'' Mr. Tracy chinned that the men intrusted with the adminis tration of the reclamation service "have always and entirely failed to appreciate the spirit and the purpose of the reclamation act, their own Ilm itiitions ami the limitations of the machinery Ihey had lo deal with." "In my estimation, we have had round men In a good, big sipiare hole and they have utterly failed and are cmirtltiitlonally iinnhje to till it, be cause they are too small," the speak er declared. "The government reclamation and private irrigation enterprises were Intended to pull together, not apart," he continued. "Anv other conception limn this Is an absurdity. Government Irrigation was intended as a stimulus, a bail, if you will, for private capital, ( ' 0mA :hs$$7(T& :&wfffifrXs- fvtiBaa& thfjJhirL 5iHu-w;-ixfrp.UMA i Glenn H. Curtiss Director. "Birdmen" of Interna tional repute will thrill the crowds for theree days 0ct.11,12and13 $1,000 "BULL" DURHAM STAKE RACE For 2:12 Pacers, lo be raced on "Bull" Durham Day, Friday, October ! 3. This stake was given by Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Company Baseball Every Day Exciting Horse Races Feature Upon Feature; Fun by the Ton INSTRUCTIVE DEPARTMENTS SPfXM RATES ON ALL RAILROADS I I IAAC BARTH, President. JOHN B. McMANUS, Scc'y-Mgr. It could not In the passage of (he I ecla mat Ion act be expected to be more. The men who passed the act could not have believed thai a great governmental system of irrigation, covering sixteen slates, would be de veloped upon the expenditure of from three to live million dollars a vear." Quoting from the ninth annual re porl of the reclamation service, Mr. 'I' racy showed the receipts ol the rec lamation fund Ironi I !H 1 to .lime .10, I !MI9, inclusive, to hav e been $TiS, I ;t!l, -4us.!i;t. Divided eiiually among the sixteen stall's affected by the recla mation act, this would give each state J;I,fia,Oil(l covering the period or nine yours, or $ 1,(100,000 a year. Four hun- Ired thoiiHuiiii a year for the whole Irrigation expenditure In a state like Colorado," the speaker exclaimed. "Five years lo build a two million dollar Irrigation plant. Docs (his look as if any one Intended to turn over the Irrigation development of the west to the l'nited States'' Does it look as If the l'nited States intends to compete, with private capital for that development?" the charter of Harden Athletic I II 1 1 ll 1 1114 pli.e Sipia re t ia t I n. for leVokille Hie MI WILL URGE THE REPEAL OF BflXING he Madison Sipiurc ( lull which has been lights at ,M a (11 a hi The principal ground charter are that the chili's lease of the Harden was im In cobloiinity with the law. The coin mis: ion reiicivde the license ol the National Spoiling iluh of Aim m;i whlclr was revoked last week on ac ton nt ni an Invalid lease. A Oranil (lvania:;e lo Working Men. j AftCI J A. Manic. Ui, South Seventh I street, Stulicnvillc, o., says; "Fori );iy years l Kiiiicrcil nom we.-i K Hlilncyn and a severe bladder trouble. 1 learned of Foley Kidney Pills and their wonderful cures, so I began tak ing them, atiil sure enough, I had ns good results tin any I heard about. My backache If ft me and in one of my business, rxpressma n, thai alone i:t a great advantage. M V kidneys acted free and normal, ami thai sav ed me n lof of misery. M Is now a pleasure, to wotk whi te It used lo be a misery. Foley's Kidney 1'IHm have cured mo and have mv ' highest praise." AVIATOR RODGERS PROGRESS lIG M'WUUIARA COUNSEL Making 203 Miles in One on Coast-lo-Const Trip is Slopped on Account of Daikncss. Itf Murntiiff .Imirniil ffi)?-lif f-inl H'lrr) Akron, uliio. Sept LM. ('. p. Cod gers, the aviator, landed at Tallmndg mar lure, at rcltn loday. lie vimr.. ed In a few minutes to Kent. A spec ial train following him will leave earlv tomorrow mornlg. Aviator Kodgcrs landed safely In a o'clock today, torn route lo Akron be- Held here at I, I f, Ing li.o k 1 1 Ho cause of darkness. Iloilgei.-i made L'o.l mil. aimincH, . V., to Kent, amaiica at 111:15 this no reached Aleadvllle, Pa. s from Sal lie left Sal rulng and at 12:30 o'clock. lie departed from Meudvllln at L'7 o'clock. Al 7 o'clock tomorrow morning Kodgcrs will leave lo re and hopes to make Chicago by night or early Hat. inilay morning. Results From Journal Want Ads OF IVIIIMIST TO i:FIIY I 'A TKIOTK SON OK NF.W MUX ICO. STATUTE Certain Revived New Yotk Governor Frawlcy Bill Has Biutal Sport of Piie Fight ing in That State. ly Morning 4iHirrml Hen-hit I.imupH1 Wlrfl AlhntlV, X. Dix will send morrow n. spci prompt repeal (Jcr w hii h the Sti Kion was clouted Sep! i the Hies tin legislature sage urging I'ra vv lev law to-Ihc le Atlllelie lo legalize ouimls-hiixiug F ROITLESS CI IC E lepiesenirii ers Still as to Whellier to A New T i ki! Judge. La wye Dyri;. legcfl eided ly for a Tim lui udsomcsl, the most elaborate and complete map of thn State, of New M. xleo is now ready lor sale. Around Hie new map we have repro iliicid, handsomely eti,:raved. thu pho lograihs of the delegates who framed tin Count il ul ion of the new state. Our map Is the best, the most attractive nnd elegant e or made 0f any slate wh en admitted Into t ho Union. It. Is In It self a souvenir lor the delegates and for any patriotic son of New Mexico. The si.e of the map is 4 il x Mi Inches, printed In .several rotors; at tho lop Is a rampant American Kagle and at the bolloni the Capitol of Santu F with the I i' i ; 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 Nun of the State rising behind the Capitol's dome. It will In: a historical ornament for every otl'lce and home In Ibe new Slate and ov ert palilolic and publish spirited cllucn can hardly of ford to be without one. We have two different classes of maps: Fin I Cl i :i iinon .Second ('lass S.flh) Send iniiin dia'elv voor older to the I I I IK ll. It I'll M P PI' 111 IslllM. COMPANY, P. O Hon 10 1. Trliildiiil. Coin. and other athletic exhibit inmt In thh stale. The novel nor said tonight that he signed Hie Frawlcy bill because he believe.) a proper regulation of spoils under slate supervision would tend to clevalc. He now feels coii lie cd I hat the law has pot operated to accom plish that purpose, MADISON Sl AUK f. til u s i.kasi; i:i:voki;i New York, Sept. I't.-The Stale Athletic commission today revoked flt.v Mumlnc .)rnit gorrtnt I nnp.l H'lr. ) I. OS Angee..:( I'al., epl. li " . -f'onn se) for John J. and James I'. Me.Va inara held another 'iriiilless (onlei- elloi i ble Judi: tod. i v W belli. without In i ,'lhle I. lie olio II lo not lo I III. ill Judg the case of vv ilo lire ( ha I gi'il c it I commit milder. In c Hie exiilosion w bleb n Angeles Times building I ll I 0. i:k that Waller Ford their ( limits consoiracy in ii in ( I Ion with ccki'll the Hoc October 1, Results From Journal Want Ads St Vincent's Academy AIM! Ol CHOCK. N. M 27th Scholastic Year Begins September 5th, 1911. Harmonium development of th n niornl. Intellectual n1 hy!eal ipialltlefl is tlm Dtnndard of thin well known Innlltutlon YmitiK ladh d prepared for any phtiu In llf. Home nnd mlm allonnl ud v(( iitu gen eicelb nt Fnperlato oil fucultf. neiintli'ill nt:d "Healthy locution. PFPA It''M K.NTS: Primary, rrfl)inratory, Ariidernle. Thorough enurse In Music, China Painting and Kloeutlon. The Model School f )r Younir I. adieu, for 1911 (BtaloK addrfu. SISTKIiS OF CnARITY, Sr. DlreeirMi JS Ud- f. kl. IS. mi 177 SI Is "It 4H om 102 Ith. lo. a: i om id. It.i, ble id- In cut at 2B. a4t SO. nt r-.fig Jfi ' " i- . I it'7