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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1911.
THREE RACE RESULTS. ' t Columbia. rolm.ia. S. C. Pec. ". Uulles' aml the inauguration of steeple 'Tdn i.rousht out a lanse crowd Vtm in" rular roin today. ''' .'jiien, second choice, won the ?i?ehase clever fashion from . n i-,.tton, the heavily backed fav iuiucramin and Hatteras rr 'nJ only winnitiR favorites. Results: Kirst we, five furlonsr: - yueen ,w won- Kxealiber. second: Christ - Ifciisv. third. Time: 1:01 Ist-ond race. nve "" " hRlt fur" ure . won: Pajaorita, see " Elizabeth llarwood, third. Time: 1 us - Third rice, mile ana a sixtcemn: puni ,r.lL'Klll, "i """"" 1:S. J-Mdie ilr.inev. tmru. lime r..nrih race. steeplechase, about anil three quarters: i.nnisktllen. ,,,n Cotton Cotton, second. The on: cresker, tnira. lime; taa .-a. "" Fifth race, five furlonRs: Premier, won: Or.rroll, second; Tippy, third. Tiiuc: 1:10. Sixth race, mile: Ilatteras, won; Michael Angelo. second; Hetene, third. Time: 1:41. At Juarci. jjr.rex. Pee. 8. With an Increas attmdance the racing at Juarex today was witnessed by the largest ftvvA of the week. The talent had a pour afternoon as .only one favorite ("olil Finn, at odds of 30 to 1. prov d a biK surprise. J. W. Levy, local j,ucnt'ss man, nurehased Marsand at . iirivate tale trom J. T. Ireland. Re- stilts: - First race, five and a half furlonss: flrednell, 4 to 1, won; V. H. ford, g to 1, second; Wild Bear, 5 to- 1, lhirl. Time: 1:07 2-5. Second ruoo, nvp and a half fur 7 s F.Wt'Y HEAD IJ3T"l'lC"K 1V. C.LIFt)nMV(iAI'ES 2 lb:, for 25c. XKW NAV1X ORWGKS Slk 4 0t 50o. ixouin.v crape' fiu'it 2 for 25-. FANCY TOM ATOF.S IV ll. RKII-K SPRINGS nCTTKlt 4(k- lh. t X X N'cw Club House Asi)arns;n and As:arnsus Tips are In. LAI5;i: ASPARAGIS 50c can. tips , ; 85o. GIANT TIPS I Of. Clu!) IIoucp Asparairus l bet ter tl.uii IVoili Afparuuns. N'FAV ( I.Fll IIODK SAI..MOV U'ic, 25t 3k- mid 3.V. Try n can It's flue. Today's Special ! One case, 21 cans, asoi tod vcgctalilcjt Corn, Peas Toma toes, 1 $2 25 Case A. J. Maloy minVE IT2. pLKS THEATER December 9 JOHN C. FISHER PRF.SF.NTS The Greatest Musical Comedy Success Since His "Florodora" ini iviciiuy y 1 mm , i, i, ,iii,i. .i.iimii ill mi By Harry B. and Rob't. It. Smith. . Music by Robert Hood Bowers. Direct from the GI.OUF. THEATER, N. Y. Immense Company, 24 Musi cal Numbers, Wonderful Paris ian Costumes, Stunning Chorus and Ballet-Scenic Novelties SEE "THE STUDENTS GLIDE" Prices, $1, $1.50 and $2 . Seats on Sale at Mat son's lonRs: Lyte Knight. 4 to 1. won: John II. Sheehan. to 5. second. Y Solo. & to 1, third. Time: 1:07. Tihrd race, mile: Sugar Lump, C to 1. won: Charles Green.- i to 1. sec ond; Kiddy l.ee, to 1, third. Time: 1:42. Foirth race, five furlongs: Closer. 7 to 10. first; Ijudv .liankin, S to 1. second: CaUsse. ; to 1, third. Time: 1:00 4.$.- Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Oold Finn. SO to 1. won: Quarter master, 8 to a, second: IH'lanev, 3 to 1, third. Time: 1:07. Sixth race, mile: Woolnnnder. ( to Ii. won; Allen Kearn. to 1. second: Lilly Pa:;ton. 10 to 1, third. Time: 1:4 1-5. BASKETBALL TEAMS MAY ORGANIZE AN INTER-CITY LEAGUE The advisability of organizing Rn Inter-city league of basketball teams, with the prospects of holding a tour nament at the close of the basketball season, will be discussed Bt a meet ing to be held tomorrow afternoon between the managers and eaptuln of all the teams In the city. The proposition has been taken up with considerable enthusiasm by the high school, university and business college teams and the managers. There will also he present nt the mttAHni UrnfoBinf t 11 nf the uni versity. Professor Milne if the high school, Prcfessor Oodell of the busi ness college and Professor Ulalr of the Indian school. At the meeting should the inter-clty lanirim lil.-u Ui .Infill.,! lltmil it Is nllite likely that ft schedule of games will be arranged for the season. Th .irisnnlvntten nf 11 le.'tpu nf this kind is a step in the right direction j anj win uo muen towaru popuuirizniR the great American indoor game with the people Cf Albuquerque who enjoy watching conterts Involving mold ac tion, quk'ls thinking and accurate wcrk. Only On "imOMO QMSIN'E," That Ik LAX AT IV 12 BKOMO Qll NtNR. Look for the sig;uiture of K W. GROVK. Fred the world over to Cure n Cold In Onn Day. :"c .-. " Golf Oiaiftpionslilp Fntrants. Vo,i. Vnrt n.c. R. Secretary Wat son of the Frilled States Golf assoda-1 tion, torrht in anounclr.g the annual j meeting-of the-association at the Oellvlew -Stratford, Philadelphia, on( January 13, made Known trie appli cations for the championship events for 1912, s far received. For the amateur championship the Chicago Golf club of Whcaton, 111., the Country club of Buffalo, the Cin cinnati Golf club and the Kssex Country dub of Manchester, Mass., flru nmillpimta. For the open championship, the Essex Country club of Manchester. Mass., applies, while the applicants for the womens championship ara.the I Country club of Buffalo and Essex! Country club of Manchester, Mass, Two Rail Players Arrested. Ventura, Cal., Dec. 8 Charles Hall, a pitcher or the Boston American league club, and Harry Price of Sacra nienta, also a ball player, were arrest ed today by. the fire warden tor nav- Inar V.lfllSOrl to rpKltOtlll tO Ull Official ! call to fight the forest fire when II j was threatening to destroy mo cuy oi Y,Mitiini lnt week When the fire was at Its height Hall and Price, members of the Ven mr.i toam in 'i winter hasehall lengue. were sitting on the veranda of a hotel and it is allegeil refused to comply when a deputy fire warden ordered them to Join the fire fighters. Syndicate to Ruy RoMon Nationals. Indianapolis, Dec. 8. Sol Meyer, of the Indianapolis bnsetiall club, to night stated that he Is at th head of a syndicate In whlchc Chicago capi talists are concerned to obtain the Boston .National franchise. He says that the nrlce has been mado anil prohablv will be accepted. W. 11. Wat. kins also of the local club will he In New Vork next week to represent the syndicate's interests. . If you want a good riding horse call the Grannis Riding School, 114 W. Silver. Phone 1030. Veteran Outliclder Released. Chicago, Dec. 8. Charlie Hemp hill veteran outfielder, was released todav by the Chicago Americans t" the New York Americans. Hemphill had never played with the Chicago team and few knew he was a mem ber of the organization. A few days ago announcement was made that he had been released by the New York club to the Atlanta .... o.wi i..i..r It was learned that he was on President Comlskey s lift , of players. Minnesota Has Grievance. Minneapolis. Dec. 8. Munhers of the t nlverslty of Minnesota football j team have balked at playing the I H vcrsity of Wisconsin next year be-1 caust. of what was termed the "elev enth hour protest" agai.'.st Earl Pick ering, captain, on the charges of pro fessionalism. A petition signed by tho members will be given to the ath- Mlo board of control at Hn next j meeting. pHsUctliall Subject of Conference, Kansa City, Mo., Dec. . basket ball occupied a greater part of to day's session of the annual meeting of the Missouri valley Aiiiieuc ....... ferenee, wiilch adjourned tonight to meet In Lawrence, Kan., tomorrow, j where the question of football dates . will Le discussed. The basketball rub s were gone over -and approved and Dr. James Naismith, of the 1'niversity of Kansas, the ac credited founder of basketball, point- ed out a few fine points of the game. No changes In rules were made. Three of the conference schools plan to turn out baseball teams, Mis souri. Kansas and Ames. " 11 Miiy Stop Racing at Columbia. Columbia, S. C. Dee 8,-Chlef Justice Jones today signed a rule di recting officers ot me coiuinnm .. .. ....,.i,.n.,n with th southern ag- gricultural and mechanical society, to show cause wny tne races at fair grounds should not be enjoined as a common nuisance, or resort for gamine. The order is based on the affidavits of a number of citizens. Bohemian Champion Wins. New York, Dec. 8. Joseph Smelltel the Bohemian champion, threw Yan kee Kogers two straight fa N t catch-as-catch-cnn wrestling tonight. An arm and neck hold brought Rogers jo the mat In twenty-five minutes. The second fall came with a double arm hold In seventeen minutes. Fargo Has $150,0110 Fire. Fargo, N. D., Dec. The Mock of the Meredith Wholesale Drug com pany was destroyed by file today. lss $150,000. 1 'f i V7.IV 13.5 IIXKBFU Pl MFR F-c nlric Fntct uiiners ul ilu Pastime Willard E. Holt of D emirs g Tells National Irrigation Congress About New Mexico What Has Already Been Done in Sunshine State Has Demon strated to World Absolute G uarantee of Wealth;' Pumping System Reclaiming Enormo us Areas of Arid Land at Im mense Profit; Facts and Figures Quoted;:. By',, Speaker to Prove Truth and Correctness of His Claims. IBv Morning- Jnnnui! Rcednl r.(narl Wlre.1 Chicago, Dec. 8. Today's session of the National Irrigation congress waa featured by an address delivered by Willard K. Holt, of Demlng, Ne-.v Mexico, president of the New Mexle 1 advisory board of the congress. Mi-. Holt spoke on "The Cnderground Waters of New Mexico," i.nii In proof of his statements cited iiiets and quoted official figures touching on his subject. "I know tliat because we are one of the last possible twin rubles In the sisterhood of states, you will be glad to know a little s inel hing about your baby sister who bud, at her birth, more coal than Pennsylvania, mo:V lumber than Maine, more agricultural land than five states In New Knglanrt, lucre mineral wealth than most any other state an I lewer mortgages on the homes nf her happy prosperous, progressive people than any other state In tile Union. "Since the last meeting of th':; great deliberative body in Hie eily o 'I Can' to the presi nt meeting in i!-v matchless metropolis of I Will,' the empire builders ,f the nilnhty south west have Induced the congresa of the I'l ltec' States to tuld two nu re shirn to the proudest banner ei' civilization, there to remain until Cabiiti's tri.iu pet seall r.iinmmn the luniian rate to a land almost as ialr as tlie one to which I snail direct the aticnth n of this congress. "A budding tleth century hirtorli.n of the twen htis reciu'" do. iared smilii.; t''. s of New that one of the Mexico was the oriMnal 'Garden rf Kden" and that off-slioots i i the ori ginal apple tree ore still bearing fruit. Partial proof of this was es tablished In my mind this i;r, when I saw apple trees springing from the parent root full tl-.reu centuries oh! mid still bearing fruit. ! "Now Mexico is surely fulfilling tliel scriptural prophecy: 'And the desert I shall lie made to rejoice and blossom 1 aft the rose.' Isalnh mltht nve been ! npeaktrig of our region M hen he re-I lerrcd to rosps, for nowhere under , the canopy of heaven do Iluwel-H grow more luxuriantly than in tU.i grc t soiithwest. "Do you kti.w that I hu.: wis'vil o thousand tiines since m ''.nt. ir im my native state of Mlch''in to the 'Sunshine State' that all the intelli gent people of our country were pro perly Informed concerning the t( il (omiitiim, of things. Ji tli-v Were, New Mexico would n;wv apaln be delineated by the cheer e.nieoivsi, that moulder of public np-nieii. as (be booted bad man with i-lmps and guns, but the kindlier pen woii'.d puiuie a civilization eiiuul to the best, with alt tho frontier cruelties and hard ships forever gone. Now Mexico rinneor Set lcincnt. "New Mexico should lie given credit for erecting the first church In America and It was on her soil thai the first permanent settlement ol white men was established. Our his tory has been a struggle for political rights which now r ours to enjoy with tho sister stales of our grand republic. "With national resources developed and a knowledge of our matchless cl'mate, we are sure to be one of the wealthiest, most Independent and generally prosperous of the sister hood of states, "For Rome reason, as yet unex plained by science, rainfall In The north-and east has been gradually lessening for the past decade, and farmers, who for years have harvest ed abundant crops, have been roreed, against their will, perhaps, to agree with a statement recently made by. the Review of Ketewa that shrewd, hard-headed farmer are turning their attention to western farms. Na turally they want to Improve water lit- a 0 well as land conditions. In jrither words, they v;int to be their own rain-makers. In order t do this they must come to the state where irriga tion is practiced.' "Government projects and the rec lamation service appeul very natural ly to people ani it ts not'iny purpose to dissniidu any una thus inclined from niukliig full and exhaustive ex amination into.-iiiiy and. all projects now in operation or to "be hereafter promulgated by our generous Cnde Sam. " 1 ' . "It is well, however, that all 'pen pie should know that it takes' real money and lot of it for one to suc ceed on uny reclamation project where the Initial cost runs Into mil lions. Men with money, brains and energy will succeed on these pro jects, even though tho cost (if obtain ing title to the land ranges from $ 4 to $70 per acre, with a perpetual tax lor maintenance (if community ditches milled. "Intelligent fanners are coming to regard the Irrigation idea as the only reliable KLt-rleli-nuIrk scheme without a penalty awuehcil. With the 'liack-tc.-tlK'-Soir movement there come a innd-hungcr and water-thirst that can only bo supplied by states liKe A. w Mtxlco. JYople who have Hver traveled the length and bread tit of this mighty southern empire can scarcely reulize thut we have 4.IKHI. O.i acres of land under our beautiful tnriiolse sky with un available water supply, as specified by surveyors.' and lor which applications to the terri torial engineer have been made with but 750,000 acres now Irrigated, ac cording to Engineer Miller's report. This estimate Includes tho largest ir rigation project In the world, now be ing constructed at Klephunt liutte, down to the smallest valley consist ing of only a few thousand acres. "The peopling of this grand do main, where health, opportunity and opulence await the man who says:, '1 will'. Is going forward with rapid Ir reslatablH strides and the true Amer ican spirit. The best civilisation of our country is Joining the forces of Nature in building a commotiwealtn that will he the peer of any In the I'nlon and with climatic conditions surpassing them all. "New Mexico has successfully practiced irrigation since the latter part oi the sixteenth century, so that we claim nothing now except Im proved methods. "Aside from the area that has and can be reclaimed by hnrnesslng our rlxc-rs and streams, we have nearly a half milium Hci i'i of the rh lu st mil In America, that ts, ,r may be suc cessfully Irrigated by underground waters pumped from shallow depths, thirty-five to one hundred feet. (it this vast ana, nt over five percent has been put under cultivation, but that live percent has demonstrated to the world the absolute guarantee of wealth vouchsafed to the man who phis bis faith upon the niHgle of the pump, has the cash or credit to buy tlu pump and upplies himself with energy and Intelligence In every county of the raw state there are ureas that are being or may be re claimed at tnoniMii.s profit by the now proven system of pumping for Irrigation. l'ccos VaMcy Veritable (.arden Sot "At r.cwell. In the great Pecos valley, where hundreds of artetian wells tap the uriiergToiind waters, and many pumps ate also In use, there have been shipped this year over x.oim carlosds H the finest or chard an.l Hi I I I't Kinrts In the world, ycrth not ! iha'i 13 f'OO.fiOO, to say nothing of tr.imli.ad of livestock, wool and comm. ThMtis relatively true of the h"le i the great peeos .valley, whose 1MI alfalfa product alone is worth almost a million dol lars. "A single pumping proportion Bear Roswcll includes ll.dPM acres, with twenty-eight mites of electric transmiFsioti hues connecting the motor-driven pumps. The residents of this beautiful city say that apple orchards i.i that vlciiiitv are cheaper now at Sl.uou an acre than they will ever be again. -The l'ortab-s region can boast the largest central Irrigatb it power plant In the I'nittHl States, where farmers re pumping on the co-operative tasis, the original cost being $35 per acre, but the cost of maintenatu e has thus far been but $1.50 per acre. The longest transmission line dots not exceed einbteen miles and the acreage that will eventually be re claimed will exceed 150.000. Kvenr. thing, except citrus fruits, is grown in great abundance and a fine licet sugar factory will soon udd value to the area. !' might be added right here that New Mexico sugar beets, like her fair women, are she sweetest in the world. "The F.stancla valley Ir doing won ders around Willard and Kstaneia, through the magic of the pump. Where the cost of an acre-loot of wa ter Is about $15. their products this year show 1200 pounds of beans per acre. 20 bushels of potatoes, with other crops In propcrtlon; and truck farming producing $300 ier acre or bet'.er. which latter fact applies to all our valleys. "At Alamogordo. the pump Is also becoming a great factor In profit able farm development. "The Alhuiiuoritie region, and in Tact the whole Uio Grande Valley Is taking on en era of prosperity through the Instrumentality of life giving water, pumped from the earth, to give necessary moisture for plant growth. There are a number of small Irrigation wells in the vicinity of Fort I'ayard, the largest army sunltori um in the Fnlted .States, if riot in th world. Speaking of sanltorlunis. It may be truthfully stated that New Mexico is one great suliitorlum, where health makes wealth easier and where Nature has been most lavish In her gifts to men. Mlmbros Valley Showing World. "Assuming that our largest daily newspaper, tho AlhniiieriUo Morning Journal, spoke Intelligently when it said, "The Mimhrcs Valley Is shutt ing the World when it comes tu pump ing for Irrigation,' the attention of the congress is directed to what l actually being done in this most for ward region. "The Mimhres valley Is located In the southwestern part "I 'he state and lies largely In Luna bounty. 11 Is sur rounded on every side by mountain ranges which effectually protect It from severe storms, an approach to a cyclone never having liven known. Its level urea Is well described In a recently published report of Hon. Charles D. Miller,. territorial engineer, which says: "' 'Estimates of the possibilities of this valley place the figures of irri gable urea from wells producing from 500 to 1,200 and even l.TiOll gallons of water tier mlnuto at lOO.noo acres, To this urea It Is conservatively es timated that there may be added lOO.OUO acre Irrigated from wells producing 500 gallons down to possib ly 20U gallons of water per minute.' "The valley has an underground basin filled with water filtered for many miles through sand and gravel, rendering It the purest body ot water in America. The government analysis last year of the water used by the Doming city waterworks, which is a part of this underground flow, gave thirty parts total solids,- chiefly miig nesls and lron to 100,000 parts of water. Without chemical treatment of any kind this water Is used for every purpose, scientific or domestic, nnd Is aiiplled direct from the pump with absolute safety to every form of plant life which means everything in the vegetable kingdom, outside of citrus fruits. Its quantity may be' most easily and quickly understood when we say the report of a government en gineer In charge of Irrigation Investi gations, this year said: 'If 3tlti,ill0 acre feet were withdrawn from the underflow In one year, a condition al nioht impossible, It would lower the water plane below but 3.5 Inches," "From this underground sea more than two hundred pumps, ranging In volume from 2110 to 2,000 gallons per minute, are truly making the desert blossom as the ruse. "The land-hungry of the north nnd east pay real money to come to this congress to leurn what Is being done in the irrigated sections of the coun try. They want to know how much It costs and what are the profits. They don't want hot ulr theories; they want Ice cold facts based on actual experience." The speaker closed his address by quoting facts slid figures with regard to the output of cro,'.s, cost of produc tion, cost of pumps anil Installation, cost per acre of water and the pro fits to the farmers. TRIPLE TRAGEDyIn" ARIZONA MINING CAMP filohc. Aril., Ie 9. Jim Johnson mid Jack itowan, cuiplo ul the Live Oak mine, were shot and killed and Angelo Prenontn, an Italian, was wounded in the arm ill a Shooting affray nt Miami, near here nt mid night. Trouble arose between Ameri can nnd foreign laborers and a race riot was feared, according to infor mation given the sheriff's office. Resi dents of Miami declared the situation wms under control. tinner ocuiroi. CXt ' 'V. u..A. jrfw I 1 -fr&sffiAl Sll!.lMEIIlTpiLfLs!j ru,rtircTr.o c mi r e A Ctirs.1 Still tot Sew" MwirwifW D I 1 1 J U Sj I U 1 O I ILLJ HEI INOW T8 Mil. H "rv 1 11 K lU IIUAMi. m tx 91 oo r hi ''. it4' u O.jk i u it. 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Dr. Mlcbuel Welsh, Owe Zluin, Results From Journal Want Ads Squibb's Olive Oil Anyone acquainted with pharnu leutlculs, knows that the name of Squibb means "Guaranted Pure." Vuu can buy Siiulbb'a Olive Oil from us, 5l)c nnd Jl 00, WILLIAMS DRUG CO. 117 V. Central Ave. I'liono 780 ALBUQUERQUE TAXI LINE Onkey Cllirord, 1'rop. Kates an ma as Hack. Stand At Sturges Hotel t'tione 195 and 19. n Stage and Auto Line DAILY KXCE1T SUNDAY Leave Sliver City, 7 a. m. Arrive Moollon, 4 p. m. Leave MoKollon, 7 a. m. Arrive Sliver City, 4 p. m. Special enra on request. Call or address C. W. Marriott, Prom Silver City. N M A FAIR RETURN is all that can be expected for your money. When we serve you with bread, rolls, cake, files, etc., you're as sured of getting the best bakery pro ducts obtainable. Our goods are made In the most cleanly surroundings anl strictly pure. Fresh dally, and al ys toothmme and wholesome. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builder's Supplies. National foundry & I Machine Co. J General Foundry Work, Iron and Brass Castings. BABBITT METAL. Albuquerque, New Mexico. I f " t fwttfttttttttti TIT ... t