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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912.
FIVE. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made r:c nyj Roys ICrapeC ream of Ta rtar fJO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Mineralogy of the Fort Apache Region of Arizona it iN'iiuini. Vi-ii Lake. Minn.. Indian Farmer at .Ionic I'uehlo. Forniorly lulled Mates HUG IRR GAT AM E PROJECT IN RED RIVER VALLEY Tlir region lll'n' considered is in central Arizona, uvivnt u .on. Ill l agrees and lo luiniitcs W; .,. latitude 33 degrees and 34 , anil 20 niiriiili s A. main it is in the plateau rc- cxlcnds westward Into me division. 11 is bounded on d liy till' vv nne miiiiiiiitjn .... uthwest by the Apache ami l.ftWi- il i' g ' 1,1 III. prion, bn' niouniain tin tin 1'itial nountalns and on the west propel' I'V me won """" I iiii ii nusin. ine ' t " d In ginning at tnc wi-m ami mw id are: I. Archaean schists. mil allied rocks; 2, Algon- llic pose ,:4 ,-m (i ran iu Kili;Vid'iinil' IOCKS, niluicii, eo., Tnti'lo group; 4, Kpper Silurian; fi, I), voi.ian: ti, Lower Ued Wall group; s. Aubery group, 9; Cretaceous; 1 Ttriiary; 11, Quaternary. linon; ecology of tlie Fort Miaclic region, Arizona American (iw.l.iBlst. November, 1S03. pp. -."- Mineral Ili-sources. lhiilding Stone The region In llie Caiiyiiii-Creeli-rinal niomitain dls trirl contains hundreds of sipiare miles of granite and Tonto sand stone, the latter being one of the lust (Misses of building material. The i;, (I Wall sandstone and limestones also make good building materials. Tin re are also great tufa beds In the Salt river canyon i reek district. Lime All the limestone exposed along the bed and basin of White liv er and its tribntries also that t xposed along the rim of the '1 onto basin, each aggregating hundreds of sintare in i Its in area, is Hood lime producing ruck, as are also the limestones ex pos, d In the llrasshoppcr springs I'lhlcii country. i ; psimt I '.ypsuni of the relcnite Iv e oo.'.irs in plates of considerable Hi.e at three different places In the r.'ini. At these places it seems to !) in workable (inutilities, and Is to he nsci by the goveruioeiii. in t..f i -lastrue'.ing of liotiscs for the 1 1 1 il uns of tlie i' i t Apache Indian res ervation. (Also see Make Hulletili No, 22:1. pp. 1 mi-1 ii 1. 1 .-'alt Numerous salt springs and St.ps ale sil'laicd at the point where Sail liver i no rges from the plateau l'i gic'i. '11. inter the canyon through til" AlgnnUin shales and a tin- base i . the Tonte system i,f rin ks. The salty waters dripping irom the 'atin walls. '1 a vait t i .vstali.t s in stalactite liu-nis . , i I beautiful fig "s on the rock walls. In the days i' the Vt Milieu silver rush in the r v. .!i,s the exaporation of salt from Ha- v.a'., rt- df these springs was inr- raii on ipnte extensively; the vats atid pans then used can be still seen tiiero now coated with ci y sta listed "oi. ii properly handled, tuere is n- doiilit that salt can be obtained llrre in paying (uantities. Hot Mineral Springs The only lot springs of the region enter Car lizozo crook canyon through a fissure in the vicinity id' Kelley's Hutte. The sprimrsi have never been analyzed "n, tlo ir iuiiiet.il proper. ios are not known, -ii,,, heating of the water Is. without !. ,u lit . ,iit to Its eomiiiK in 'oiita.t Will heated rocks In the yet nne,,, ,1 i ,t ,fi,,r uliK the Kelley IlKo in, uiiiih the butie. an (Xtilut ' i local. .1. the MiliflttH loin" a nilarv sta"... The spritiKs about iiltoeli ill all. Their tMs pi.ssiss niedicinal prop- ' !t ate lint used on account of ' o; ,,n Apache lands. ''" i'lotc are oil indications in ""' V 'nitv (,, IJlolie: Mis Il.vi.ler- i nlii.i; ii.r oil In mat vicinity ' n dope by a company known '"'o.u t 'i ( ompanc. directions by mineial bearing veins. Some beariiiK silver, some Kohl, and marly till copper, while some ledKOH have all three of the above elements ill the same ruck. The ore, however, is usu'iilly a low Kiade. Many of these veins arc on Indian lands, and of course are at present inaccessible to the miner and prospector. The la st prospects and i laims are to be found at the following points; lClli sun's copper prospects on a porphy ritic ledse near the site of the old pi st if ice of the same name, the Hold prospects In the Tonto basin, the ni her mine o! Mc.Millcn and the cop per minis at (ilobe. The Kllison copper prospects are located just west of the west line ot the bite mountain Apache reserva tion, and just south of Juniper Hutte. They are some twenty in numlar, and all present Mood Indications. The distance from a railroad prevents haudliim llie ore at present. T1:.- Tonto sold prospei Is are situ ated just under th ,1:m" In the east 'J mill, basin. The o'V :ri.m tin so pros pects examined by the writer assayed well. runnliiK above JJ.I.lui per ton. Minim;. 1'lacer The in the vicinity Cibleu divide pkl( cs ill the Quanternary gravels of (llohe and on the and at many other rcKlon are known to ear- only mln- th. . ii. ii i Ill rtj. - blc ( ',. A, T. i 'a Silver and Cold The od I'inal mountains th. "ii and the t 'an win Cicek teions ar. (tossed in all carry placer Kohl, but on account ol the lack of water for hydrulic pur poses, no placer mining in tied on. Mines Of the whole region the tllobe district has had any iifi dim ; the W hite mountain Apache district is yet even un-pros-piH ted. Clobe is one of the leading miniiiK riKlons of the west. Aimins the mines of the region arc: McMilleti, Old Dominion, l'into t'reek, Tlie lios t.'n t'opper Miine, Christmas l.ode, i ftiscne and Mineral creek and so on. McMilbn Is an abandoned silver mine situatnl about fifteen miles northwest ( f I'.lobe. At the surface the ore was in paying iiuantities, but at a depth of about 4in feet the ledc ciKht feet ill width at the surface, tapi red out to a thin cdHe. The ore Is (ill a contact betwicn volcanic locks and the ralaeoxoie formation, likely Devonian rocks. At the time the ore was discovcri d there was a rush and a .own spruni; up in a tilth! in the little ravine adjacent to the milling bale, and imaiu when the on paid out, it was abandon. , In a day. It is the writer',.; opinion that by Mnk itlK the original shaft deeper, the mine will be reclaimed. It was a rioinl payi r in the old days. The l'into creek mines are on a ((intact between Archaean xranite and ryolite. The ore is principally Kold and is in payinp (pianti tics. The Rescue n ine is situated op a contact between Devonian and Arch-I aean ttranite. The lode is silver bearing and rniis above l.Ml ounces to the ton, some of lite ore ruunitiK as IiIkIi as n.dnO ounces per to the vein, howov. r is not larjjc. State Engineer Approves Ap plication For Water to Re claim 101,000 Acres in Northeastern New Mexico, i Sprclal r'urrrotionilFllr .i Morning .loernnll Santa Fe. . M., Jan. :',. Durinf, the past several weeks the d partment of state has taken action on a large number of matters portaininn to wa ter right applications in different sec tions of th,. state. So much work of this (haraeter has been in progress that the department has not been able to furnish with data reirardini! same up to the present time. Several large applications have been acted up on, which have been in the office for some considerable time, Icing- held up for different reasons iin, have finally received lu til n when same compiled with tlie law and were made without danger to tlie rights which had been previously acquired in the different portions ot the same stream system. The adjustment of an irrigation pro ject to its neighbors is somewhat dif licult at limes, and reitiires a (lose and careful study to the physical feat ures of the country and personal knowledge of the grounds involved, anil points of irrigation law which may be raisej by protesting parties. one of the largest projects approv ed is the one covered by application No. 5J1. by the Ked Kivcr Valley company, ol Kast l.a Vega, filed on December 2V, 1 It 1 u. This project Is located in the eastern portion of New Mexico on tlie Canadian river some miles above the town of Logan on ibe Itock Island railway, and cover an acreage of approximately 101, 00U aires of land. Tile water supplv ap proved in connection with this appli cation is on the basis of 1 second foot for lull acres. The character of the Canadian river is extremely torrential and storage of flood waters in large reservoir capacities will be necessary. The water supply fur this project is Jipparently ample if sul fii lently stored, Inasmuch as records collected at Logan indicate a minimum of about S00.U00 aero feet per annum, of which It is estimated that rte creek, a trib utary above the point of measurement adds 100,000 annually. The land Is located almost entirely in tlie .Vb.n toya lutij Brant, which in itself con sists f some seven or eight liuudr-d tin, us ind acres, a great portion cf which is Irrigable after adequate con struction and storage has been taken cure of. It is estimated that tin; cost will aggregate $3,!io0,ono. on,, p . - tioii id' the construction work rc(tii:ei a dam 135 feet high an, L"."i le t long ami a capacity ol no.atMl a. re fe. t at each lilling. Ib ing an exception ally large project the times for por tions of th,. work to be completed Wore made liberal by the engineer. No. J.'. IOxtchsion of lime on the old project partially built, by the t'prlng.r Land & Irrigation company. The engineer rejected the application l y this company for extension of time. Tlie boar,! of water commissioners, however, sustained such decision in No. 40. Change of point of diver sion for the L'di n Canal proposition, San Juan county. Approved in n li the part pertaining to the proposed project for 415 m-rc feet, bv allowing cl ion, 'd :!.- ioiiiiv. Coal, lloi- . Cer-pro- Granted a certificate of . mm , i pri Ject having been cousina t per application. No. 4titi. Haldwln ,v Cjbi Koswrll. Acreage kiiii acres. llT.Ono. No. 4T'.I. Thomas 11. Ala', n. , well. Waters of the I'. lix ,-p ,. tificate of construction grime.'. Jeet having been complete.) and li cense to appropriate granted, luul specified in application h.iv.m: aeen Irrigated and waters put to l.uefi cial use. No. 4S0. James C. Kerr. Domic.,. Spring waters, etc. Certificate of "on struction granted, project having ieen completed and license to appropriate granted, waters having been put to beneficial use. No. 4!13. Geo. Doak, Karachi ton. Water of the Animas river for power purposes. Kxtension of nine granted. No. 4 !!. Joseph Doggett. ltaton Small Irrigation projei t. Approved. No. i'iIIO. Homer V. Schoficld. Al amogordi). 1''or waters of Tulatos-t Irrigation portion rejected. No. 519. W. C. l'.rannin. Change of point of diversion. Approved. No. 533. Ii. ' Smith, l armingtoii, Kor wates of Animas. Rejected. No. 53S. Herman Cctliarl, Ttt eiimcarl. Waters of I'aiarito for 30,- 000 acres, cost, $75", Approved. cut down to 20,000 Horn I'aiarito and possible use of 5.000 acres 1 1 .nil Vigil. No. 543. David c. Johnson, John son, N. M. Small irrigation projei t from Dry Cimarron. Approved. N. 544. Murdo Mackenzie, K nton, okla. A few bundled acres tor m ligation. Approved. No. 547. .1. 1. Van lloiitcii, Shoe maker. Irrigation of too urns. An j roved. No. 543. J. L. Laws. m. Alamogor do. Small irrigation project. Ap ia by the department irrigation res. lire, that loo.ot'O a. re reclaimed b such throughout the linm. !!,. area Mexico, storing small I loo, is Willi lltlectb of New Mexico, of hind , ol,) be mall filings spta .ol N.w r Hi ll rt there Thes, most ltio o MO are him small pi. bona ti.b all acleag. imcl'able .acts also chariot. i ol win l da in it ! ife . !' 11 r. a aiM' many of thcni having I, ecu eons:i act ed. In fact, the c.-rtiti -atci of . on struction au, license to appropriate THQUSANDS RAVE KIDNEY TROUBL E 1 IT granted within weeks have Ik mid which hav to COllipleti Ol pers, declaring the last 1 ive ol' Sl i eii on small projei is 1 haslcned tlieir w ,.i k . I lid seen red 1 ilia 1 1 cl - I to them a water right iuffiel.-nt for their small a. re igcs. SEEDTIME AND HARVEST SUBJECT OF BULLETIN BY FARMING DEPARTMENT Weak uiel iinlii a Ii b l.idiievs are plibalilv rcpon-.ihle lor nane siek ne and iiifteriiig lb in nn oilier di-oiisc, tbeieloie, ulien Ihr.iugli ne gleii or other eau-.e. kidiiev trouble is perinltt.il lo continue, -oiii.us rc--iili- are Mil c to follow , pleV ah K i.l ii. v f li.llle .lis. .flic di proved. . No. 5 a 3. M. 11. M. l'oster, Harney, Small Irrigation. Approved. No. 554. Cosine Maitincr., Vail citos. Kor waters of allecltos. Small irrigation project. Approved. No. 5 til. ltafuel i n.-ro i t al., Iliils- boro. for water from Ij.s Anlm'is creek. Small acreage. Approved, with proviso. No. 5ti4. Samuel ( '. ilill. Npi., Ken ton, Okla. Small irrigation Carrlzo zo arroyo. Approved. No. 5117. A. L. Taylor. Arlesia. Cot ton Wood draw for small acreage, pumping plant. Approved. No. 5ti7. Chas. A. Johnson, Cedar Hill N. M. Kor waters of Animas river for US, 000 acres. Iteje. ted. No. 572. Chas. D- I'onsta, Cliff. I'ennii to enlarge old existing irri gation ditches for tlie purpose of In creasing Irrigable acreage lor slight appropriation of water from tin' fll'.i river. Approved. No. 571b J. K, Mm re, Alainog .r do. Appropriation of flood waters from Ks.-ondldo arroyo. Small it rig i tion. Approved No. 5:'. C. K. Hartley, Springer. Small appropriation Irani Cimarron by means of pumping. Approved. No. 5S5. Krank, W. I '.road, Chama. Application covering three ditches. Two being old appropriation, applica tion was iippi'oved for one, others be ing without jurisdiction of the oli'icc. Small irrigation. 'No. r.Mi. Jaim-s A. Lafl'erty. Capt ion. Small irrigation. Approv e I from I'ueras anon. No. Go. 1. K. Shahan. Spring.-r Waters triliutarv to Cimarron. Sm a'l acreage. Approved, Pumping plant. No. GDI. Ltu us (ialb gos. 'alb cii.o Waters of Cebolle creek. Small acre age. Approved. Applications filed since Decenil or an,) pending, December being a slow month in the year, as follows: No. 617. ):. W. Ju.lkins, Carl--tiad. IHue liver, for 1700 lo res. No. tilS. Cimarron Valley Land Co. Kor waters of Cimarron river for the ELKS THEATER January 27th Fred Raymond r. asolla bio I t be .t h. r I g. t h. r w i prosp. rma Aiuioi "Ho. . IVllI,, . 1 .1 ii.ui. siHii-riii lllcdv The Missouri Girl A 1. 1 of i olili.fit nri.ri. k.sm. I"ig sit mi ion. hihI Tlirillins blllave.; M1IT tl.I.IW!.. ... Ill l l. 1-1 K, XNI, ol., ,. in iii m n ri ui'in r or vtw.i. pic. " " i:i urn im, wiiu mi kiumiat: "Kmu.. XI, y ,;,;.,, 1V1. mi i w i .i:i t: s..s: NIAV i,xXO! M M : It h . I no i . . . . glo.i d.s w r ar. the first tie i. gi. pat. graph on tlo t on in Hoi.l. The an extension on the old ditch which ha, bu n partially completed. No ap peal was taken from this decision, and the extension was granted, fortuity to opinion from the attorney general on the IStli day of December. This project covers 25,ooo acres on the east side of the Animas river, of which several miles of canal have al ready been built and contracts bt for the remainder. . No. 371. Hlaek & Petisford, lO.ooO acri s on the San Juan river, appealed to the boar,) of water commission, is, where it is now pending, l.y Jay Tur-b-y of San Juan county. No. 412. J. I'. Van Hout. n. shoe maker, lor waters of Mora river, for 7.000 aires, estimated cost 1 1 35.000. Keservoir capacity I'O.OOII lure feet in one filling, private proposition !:i connection w ith a large she. p prop.. It Ion in eastern Mora count v. -No. 413. Cherry Valley Dit. r n.panv. J. p. Van llouten. for wa- ei-s to irrigate l.oo 0a r.-s, returned rejected, covered by old appropria tion under previous lawf. No. 414. Mclaughlin & Statiff.-I, Wa irons. l!i( acres, reluro-d. reject ed, covered by old appropriation un der previous laws. Project built In 1.', and without th,. jurisdiction of the 1!)07 l-iw. Application No. 43H covers one of the most import. ml ipr..en Is made recently ,y ihf engineer's otfi.e. An application for watcts of the Pe.-.s riv. r in Its extreme southern poni m of New Jl.-vloi, was made by T. A. Ka.-ll of Carlsbad. This .r..jet'ls storage, forming one of the n-j.-n storage r. s. l voir in the Mil", ha-itig a capacity of motion H,.r(. f..,.t ea.-h filling. The uppln atb.n Is' Cretaceous forma- amenoaiory of j, which sp.-elfi.-,) t.ri ...al . xoosoi.s i apa. tty of ll.i.iiioi but rai.iri- ! The Itig Johnny mine Is siti.ated on a large lode. Its or.- ex. t eds 20 pel cent ill eoppi r. some of it also runs high in rilver. The (llobe-Poston .upper mine is owned bv a company of the same name. The mine is situated about one mile north. -at . Globe on a -oiitai t copper stained lode, ranging from eight pi twelve feet in tlliikn. ss. S. V -.In! shafts have be. u nink o Ibis ..iii in y 1 i this looe. The tdd I to mluion. the oldest mine in the region, has bi en in operation ah. ut -in It is Jin at cl al the north end ' i linln- ami at tlie f iin; ri ii - .III- 'In i talion.l. This ncu. is ..;ii..il.-il on a mill, rat 1. earing hor izon tighten I. ei in width ind pro ducts t fair gi ld.- of ore. For many ...r hi. re was no raiiroad to tlie place and the .upper had to In tniglit.-d in wagons to a place of 'fiip'ii.:ii. lot row that a railroad has .in. ltd tin- r. gi. n Height is Jam.s M. Cowles, Hag river. 240 acres. M.KIioy & Austin, Waters of Animas riv r- Ll and ties nunc as w.-ll as to:'... of the district, to ll Globe itsill, are ill a : . oii.litioii. Coal. i known f"i many veins. i i-i'i'i i t he re- ii' -. .1 o t his p.. per th. re s tl Cut:., -..us r... ks, but record in toal o. curing in j II w an glv ll t.y me irrigation of 12,0'") acres. No. til!). Cimarron Valley Land company, for waters of Cimarron ri. - I er, 30,000 in I i s. No. 20. W. James, llagerinan. Kellx river. Ii0 at res. pumping plant. No. till, man. Kellx No. f!22. Paso, Texas, 3.000 acres. No. 2 3. Pecos Toyah Lake Irrigation Co. 175.000 acres. I:, turned f.,r n rrcction. No. 624. J. II. H.-rtstein. Water! of Prlmnrio creek. 200 acres. No. f,25. Macedonia S. Martin- r. Vlrsylvia. Water of Itito (juom.izo'i aliout 2'0 acres. No. 22''.. Dotmilng.i Ituiz, Dvvvtr .Small irrlgj .ti. n No. 27. in. liar. 1 Irrigation Dis trict, Kariniiigton. 1 4,000 a. rts. Ani mas river. No. ti2H Klor.-nce Ixiw. In vl. r. l.ooo acres spring branch of s.-nt creek. KoSeborougll, In- rs Mimbr.'s river. ... i, w.i.' near For. M Dale on th I"-'" "-'"". '. In 33 It a,)1..i n Fort A pa. he India,, it-io-rvatb n. I additional tapaclty of ..... mr- :. . t 1,1.,.!:, tw.r ty-M; miles north. -t . f 1 1 n-"m lm height is V, f, , Fort A).a. !i. Lxposut. s of H,,,. cal I estimate. st of , r. J. . t is 5j:. -ee,. .r- I, now,, to ....r in s ok r. lo lh- estimated run off of the .-e, 2 T. II N. and l:. Ik K. . in th.ns ,,v,r Hf Carlsba,) ha, I..-, n ii ... eg--I, ,,, 3. T ii n.. ):. y C; ;,n.l in ! Kr "al" ion. a. in feet p.-r nimiin,. s. cti. n V. T. Hi x!! H. If K. I i While a large portion ,f rhis is :.!. Known t" exist in sections 3. 1 l-r-.pi iat. .1 ly th,. Carlsl.a.i .r-.l. it ' i-.Nn.il consul. tm pi.- I m. Hti-r ii be available for this rjall .r-.- . T. 1 I rth.r i N . ii t ri It l K.. and t. hp far still For th. r sr atb.n jb.v. .1. oi.tii i The ...al K-ntal, ar.- ' ,.-. ..rd t I r Colorado tr- A group of hav e f-nrt ).ase rns lie prsoti.ally h. ri tkablv Ileal the sut pp r Crt lac oes i l..iw- .up , in age. pho.riix biisir.s men d th:s ic'.l art fro-n . ill the j-.. rnm-nt. Vm. j Rsu!ts From Journal Want Ads iimi.mil. h as the rr-i i ..i i t,.. I dir.-.tlv In In.- srr-i,, 1.. ,1 ,.,,, h ut h floods as o -.-Hired litt p.iiiK. wvniiig ..ii, power l.tIO. , -.no- ciisi bra 1. 1.- iH.rto.n -..iiiiie. from I;. . ky arrow, below ;i.e c.i,-J.. la.l .r. J.-. t. The apidit ant was re .ii.r. to fil r. stipulation igt-c.-in-r to irrigate a t rt iln a. reage in New Mexico. ConslderKle fiou..r tn l f utilized f.-r purr, font purf.).-.. Sn. t'.. -.-)d Thomaa, .f Am,:i. No. B2!b J C ing. Flood wat 4s' acres. Itesbies the above wlllt l, have be. n file, 111 the last month, there are ap plications pending all the w.iv I" -tween the last tiled and first appli cation recorded in the commence, n.-li t of the office. Some pr. ject'. go throng), easily, others are h. Id up la conl.'Ma. protests and prior rights, and litigition in couit withhold tlots. an, the nfipli.ati.iis are being ap prove I ,,r r j.-t t-.l, etc., as fast as the condili. lis will warrant without undue hasty action lial le to preju dice the rights so i ovt r.'.l in the vari ous applications. The 'past year ha. been noticeable t .r the Im reusing ! irrigation projects, not parti, ular,. increase in irritratioi, filings hut in the inert-MSe ol actual construction work povcre, la tilings which have been filed III the figin.-er S offl.e .Ii . I.revlous .rs. Iirigation eondit ior,. as a rule. ar. i h b.-tt. r. Financ- do n. t -cm t. I., so had in this sta-- as they are il, olner district. j It is not ic.nl I. from the fihi.ii, Ik v.. tn ntion. , whb h hav.- I,. n , l-roe.l will, in the last few Week.! that a great maiiv ar.- f..r small a'. H SUfifdle.. Th"' ..nice h IS been n.oO - ! Isging Hie filing f. r water on projects I whit h will irritate pi ohnl, U as low' as 41 acres and v. In. h w ill run up i ' Ih-gh as one. two. three and four hun-l jdre.i . r- and t'r.Tcliy nfr..r, n finei means of iiv i)i.h..i ior one r i,,.r-1 setti.-ni, riavito; ind. fien.lent wat -i j supply an.i Ks , rniin-fit and manhg.-- nient of their own .rV t vjiliai their comru!. It ha hee etMimrM HiectHl ('..rre.lMMt.leiit'e tti Mi.rlllnB .l.iiirnnl Washington. D. C., .Ian. J u. Tin secretarv ol agi ictiliiir.- lias directed an investigation to be made con. . ru ing llie dales of sowing and harvct ing and that the results be published in a M-iicK of bulletins. The fust of these entitled Seedtime and llarv.M; Cereals. Flax, Cotton and Top. Dates of Planting and Harvesting in the I'nilcd Stales east ol meridians 102-IO4," has Just been issued. 'Hecause soiiih. rn latitudes ap first to t.cl the advance ol spiing," says tlie bulletin, "it is .piite natural to suppose that planting ami hai vest ing alw.ivs move northward with its advance. As a gtneral fact the prog ress of sowing and harvesting is northward but there are interesting exceptions. I if cereals sow n m the spring, sowing and harvesting alvvavs move in a northward direction, while of those sown in late summer or fall tin- sowing movement is always south ward. Harvesting progresses north ward in tile (use of all cereals except buckwheat. Coin planting progresses northward; winter wheat sowing movs southward. The harvesting of corn and of winter wheat firmness northward, but the sowing and har vesting of Inn kwheai progress south ward." The sections of tlie I'nitoil Slate'' wherein com planting begins simul taneously are shown by means ol a map t russed by bins extending front east to west. As shown by this map, coin planting begins In southern Kh.r Ida and in southern Texas about Feb ruary 1 5 in normal veins. Fifteen davs later it Is l-t progress In north ern Flotilla, southern Louisiana, and central Texas, and by May 15 il has progressed lis far north as southern Maine, Now Hampshire an. I Vermont, central New Yolk, northern Fist aiti sm, Minnesota, and North Dakota. "In inteipi .ting tne map," to .iiot further, ."It should be 1 1 nicinh. l ed that there are tnanv i.i isi.m which tn llueuie llie limes of sowing and har vesting and, while a line coniiectiag place which s iw of harvest simulta neously will run in the mini from eii-i to west, there are curious Irregular ities, deviations here and there, .h pending primarily upon altitude, rain fall, anil character ol' -...il. An In i rouse in altitude Is analogous to an in, t.ase of latitude and thii'cl'oie vvht a Ibis,, lines (loss the higher al titudes they will naturally bind to ward the south. In legions of gnat am, mil ralioall. Hie Iln- will also hcinl j i.oiithw aril, due to physlobu: n iil p-'- ( culiaiities of plant growth. W hile the .waters "f the Ureal Lukes unilouhlod- j ly mitigate tin. severity ot tin- contin ental climate ill Unit vicinity, yet lhy I also ib lay seasonal changes and Ihi.s, retard spring growth and hence cause a later harvest. This explains why the lines In the vicinity ol the dro.it Lakes ale held sou I II VV a 1 1 1 eh, live to the rati- of progress of i oi ii planting, the bulletin says. "Al the i-t n t'tig point, near Urovv nsvllie. Ti v., planting begins on the average date of Fi binary I". The movement leaches th.- T. xas-t iklahoma line oti the mean dale of March I-', and. Iln rehire trusses Texas In 3a days, or at the tali- of lx miles per (lav. "Front the time this lliov ellli llt stilts al the Texas' ik la lion, a line until It r. 'lichen the iklahoma-Kansas line L'.'i days elapse. The distance Ii. an one slate line lo the other is l i 22ii miles. Planting, then-lore. moves northward through Oklahoma at the rale of nine miles a day. Th late of progress through Kansas c ,. miles; through N. l.taaska, Hi tin., ugh South Dakota, 50 and through North Dakoti. 44 pi l (la v ." Iistase. While a the most colll- ihat prevail, they are almost the last r. cognized by patient or phv sn i.ins, who u.iiull) content tlicm.clves with doctoring the effect., while the original tii.cuM' constantly umlei mines t he sv stem. 'I rial Will ton vine.' Anyone. The mild ami Immediate effect of Svv a m p- Loot, the -.;r. at kidney, liver and bladder reineiL, is soon reali.ed. Il stands the highest lor its remark uhli" results in the most distressing cases. nil. of Kidney '1 rouble. Hoot is ii, ,1 recommended for everv tiling but if you are obliged lo pass jour water fi'eiUently night and day, smarting or Irritation In passing, I nil b .1 1 ist or sediment in th" .nine, headache, back ache. lane' balk, d l.,ini'SM, poor digestion, sleep- lesstiess, iiei v ousn. ss, heart disturb ance due to bad kidney trouble, Skill eruptions from bad blood, neuralgia, I hi a l n i.l 1 1 s m, luiubauo, bloating, Irrit ability, worn. nit feeling, lack of am bition. ,1111 be loss of flexh, nalloVV complcMoit. or Hrighl's disease i.iay la s'ealini', upon v ou. w hich Is the Wolst form of kidney trouble. Sv mpl Swamp . ir oilier organ, mav uecil alleii lii i, but jour kidney, most, hocau-e lbe tin ino-l and -I I.l hate atten tion fli-t. If you t'eil il.ni your kidney nr.' the cnu.c of your ickue. or run down condition coiuinciicc taking Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Knot, the great kid ney, liver and bladder remedy, le-euii-c a. soon a your kidney begin to Improve (bey will help all the full er organ in health. I'reyalency of Kidney lieae. Most people do mil realize the alarming Increase and it rkable Mimple llolll IDIIOKIM. MHIt V-Ta prove the woiideiful merits Hoot you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuabl. both sent absolutely Iree by mail. The book contains many Swamp-It. ml I I'lcaain to Take. If you are already convinced thai Swamp ltoot is what you need, you can purchase the icnular fifty-tent and one-dollar size bottles at all drug stores. Sent IVcp. of Swamp inf orma i ion. of the tlnni- elte th Kinds ol I to he Just Hoot is so wi bottle. .1.1 ft tend this gen is i coi Ive, i Iro o remedy they 'll known that yy Dr. Kilmer Tons offer In m m ineuos of tills oifer is guaranti -ii a ml w ot lei. The v read ers are .. Hinghamt lbi.iii r-pic .1. i. -ii who found Swamp-Hoot lue and siu-ccss ot Swiiinp a.lv ised to si ml for a sample in. .. V., be sure lo say you Moinim; Joiirnol. The genu- The Moros of the Philippines.' mi, mil il. Th. rutin nut. i . a v , in p r o to . -oil tern p. -rat nr. at w hi it. has been as, ett. In. us tests In fi Id ami I b Th air t nig l a t or . plac. s. -It, I' I d III tempi- tak. s however, lias not hlishetl. but lloi HllS hullelpl. l at rn d bv i bora -w hi. h in a-tua' lit I etofol - I data its is b.b.vcil The island of the Philippines next largest to Luzon, on which is Manila, is Mindanao, South of Mindanao l the Suiii archipelago, extending al most to Hiiitiio. I loth .Mindanao and the at. hipelago are Inliahlled mainly by the Moios. Tlie islands are moun tainous, with all the grandeur and beauty of mountain scenery dotted with lakes and fertile valleys. The islands of this group are for the most part sparsely settled and it has I a n simple matter for the Morn lo gain a living by hunting and fishing. Centuries ago the Motor, were aliioilg the richest 1 pie ol the Kast. They yya re shrewd traders, good shipbuild ers and as a result gatliii-eil a large . hare of the wealth of the orient. The Stilt. in of Sti'ti Pm-f measured his pearls by the pi i k, and lie wore gorgeoii'- --llks a-i. I g.,l, ornaments set with precious Mom s. To be sure some times he had P. inrii some of his sub jects to pirai v to lake wealth wher ever tli. v could lind II. Hut he was a ruh-r, yielding to no one and passing Ills power down 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 the kinsmen. vv hunt he made .lulus, or dalles, whose ilescemla nts still lute llie. Morn oiiiuiunit ii s. .Nearly four hiiiiiii.il years ago some Mohammedans came to these southtin islands bringing with them the Koran. The Morn he. nine a Mohammedan He is still a Moham medan, though he Is a Moro liral and then an Islamite .Mohammedanism Is but a veneer giving outward form to the feelings, beliefs, customs and pride of the ancient Mora. Ills Koran la read to him in Arabic, but he neith er speaks nor untloi stands that lan guage. Ho goes to his religious ser vice, crude as il is. but he neither prays tmr lasts as a true believer should 'file Moll, his clothed Ills own so, p,l svsteio, doling I, in k to nu ll, iiiily. In Hie garb of Mohammedan ism. Having made it his own, how ever, he N r.a.ly to light fanatically for the Mohammedan faith. The Morn of today, though he be gan to lose both wealth and power 111 I Mill iiiidir Spanish domination of the Philippines, is as proud as ever, lb- i anted bear insult, and he lescnts -'in I', Intl. He IS eotllageous, hospit able and noble, but I V enge I ill. As II n .'lietllV lie IS .lUel lllul tleu.heloUS. hut as a tri.-lol lo- is a it. inns and I liibliil. Sine.- th" llttei wars ol the flint Vears following Aliictlcall occupation ot the Islands Hie Alio ri. a It policy to- y.aid the MoloS has been om- of bad mi: i .lh i than dining. The Mof. customs pave been left ultassa I led so far as was compatible with or-l't' and CHICAGO MEN FIND SYSTEM TO BEAT REBATE LI Industrial Sidings Incorporated as Railioads and Drawbacks Collected By Means of Pseu do Taiiffs in Charei llr Morning Journal Hprrtnl tiuwd Wlrtj.f , Chicago. Jan. 2;l. Disclosures t en et rniiig a system of evasions of llie ami -rebate laws are evpet led al a hearing In he held In Chicago shortly bv the in 1 1 i sin i , com no l to commis sion, It became know n here today. The system, whiih has been under Inves tigation by th niniission. and agi nts of the department of Justice for some lline Is contrived ingenious ly to avoid illicit violation ol IiiWh by in, a, l poi at ion of Industrial railroads, it is said. The plan lis II Is said to have been imnlo clear to the luv t s llgatot s. Is this: W h. i. as. prior to the antl lebatllig laws mdiisliiai coi-poratloiis were ac customed lo have suit' lies lull from railroads to Iln 'r plants, even though th.se spins were ftetiieutly several miles long, nft.'i' Hie ban on rebates in. ,11V col pol a t lolly bought the IriUKS, two ami some tars anil railroad company." of iiew railroad wt ,e til i nl I'ul at ion. the liivestigatots say. a bed on the company's Il t he I I. lot y to, say an engine ol organized a I n lals ol th t it-in 1st o tin Thereat'! of late was puldl commodity 1 1 o Chicago. This rate was divided be tween the trunk linos which original ly furnished the svv Hi h iitol the pseinlo Imlielrial railroad "t ompanv " in sin h pi'oporlioti that the iruiili line a.liiallv was r.-oeiving the same late as its old rate, I. ss (to rebates, and the industrial railroad paid Its own lebalis lo il-a If as i-cplc.f filed bv the spur hm. I hit slat. ppl oxiinat I v n p. rat ore i 4 lime in the ,s, o, the l:.. It in tabular t !l atlolis of .' tltlg ).'. S':. ind units t .leg I. 'IS F ids at i .a n initv of 127 ky mount. .Ins iiii. v I of bv ph. -II. I ale gl VI .. balby. and loba. . pla III t I lis. us-lolls Ii. H I of sc.'. ,W llOJ Hon- i.o ts 70 mil. i- . ol II. w heat, 1, Wheal. f!..X. a. anil illlis M and int. l - iiv f tin . ai tl harvard ,1 s !Ii!AZ OENERAL BECOMES i GOVERNOR AT ENSENADA ..a It lotil.t . ..t ii,. : . I I. to. it r.-t ( I . . i .In!. .1 I f I v .- I 111-' I! v ho t I. lea II of I.o I nifbt abfito l - ml l Sail I -l. i:. t-,.1 ft. a. I will v .1 a 11.1 .late 2 b. al lb. 1 miht.tr f. ., a .a. was i I. f. I . Ipt ot teat iell. 1 II. s .l.aff W O All In ml g.,V - s st t salllt In lo .al lial, .:. ihorltv h From .'i Moios ale ale I, .no, A Hi. I I' a lis Mol,.-- c, Ih. t.tsK This ,... 111- " Th. ci to n. du- . triotis i, to w..ik GRANDMOTHERS Th li.HUM I. -It ItMlihii-itf. i ; i r i ' I th- 1 1 ii :-'tinli nl Uip Ii .i l m.t n '.s a'l-I- n t . . i.rni '1. iUit i.t'-. ;iil f- h-..H n. otHl'U t "I iillM.IlK t h- Ml. v. i fe I Iii- I ilsl ltd. II. t M, I'M j ill jn- l in; du- l u r j I t ;. hint. in it n i" .i-l' H. j K Ml I i ti,K V I H I f 1 1 f I h j To USED SAGE TEH D.iikcn the Hair and Re ofi' day and Fadnd Hair to Its Natuial Color. b. p. i n M ..tin id b. It, in a. I I II. f a tlghtil.. Ii .lo l-.t is 111, at I lot Is it Oi It. 'flip all. S.-l Vet I,," C I. I. II. ailll ...I h I mi III, ti i n l I tloir i ml. bll i moth ..lor of iia. ll Ii gr.illd- Th.'V llarf. 111.' W.I -I s have th. . fo-ll.i II I 1 .1 I III. I ti .1 II ill I lU- IM e. 1 1 1 .. -1 t 1 lb. s in I lie 1 lla. i,- i, ihe island firi.l is .1 vol. .Vbttiv i.l Ho ! w t: I no li. 'h Is al. in... nl; ll 10. 1.. Zlllcs ft tile ah' -lUi'li noii.b.r ale moii, :i. iiii .Lt.l 1 1 ' h f I " .. I , ' '. oth.ls live II, lout. slat.d -.valets, tilllli- tint.' .,t. . 'Mil VV ilo are . Ill oi. I ,,1,1. e -. p .si 1 . i: ns.l , P rriP r 1 1 p. I. . l.s a a for I a a il',. Ma.b r.a III Ih.- f sent lo L-is-fala to a?;, r.-ri-.. lliirm '-iilv ),e Ti turn d t M- ' Fid-le lo 'lomal. s I, in r,s (.. r ia ot t M . x .f t h 'om.. hi I toluol t..H 111- t 'It v . . ..p.!.. I t -. nib . I, I- I r I Ion a .'it 1 1 ..I item, loii e -. il. V. C. bo i f vt . . k vt h .. . Cllv. C.I. AMERICAN SHIPS 10 USE (.AN L FREE OF TOLLS W .-In. . P. I 1 2 of . ,.l I , a I. .due. . t .it. Jan. 13. ii.ri. n .Id use tl,. I',. nam., .anal est. While foreign . fowls v a t .rue not ,.., ling ri. ufeb r tht fern, s of a bill I tlv ly Senator Itra.lley ti. I ,,. . , ft . I Try a Journal Want ArL Results of K.nt'i.aVy. If an Amnlinn ship how ova r. is owned hv a rallrond eom 1 any and Is operate! lo offset Ihe ex -iMctcl reduction In cost of freight tram riuitaiion, il Hill lt double the for- Itf rate. It IS . a-l. - to . Ilo- hair 1 1 a Ii to l. ls po-stll, ,,, C -at hi IS Ol, lb -I I l.i -ke a -.i.',. I. I. loss, b it . II a'l die P. litis lot. ti I. I a V balls l.i I t . I t lo V a , . b. i-1 n H l lu: v. I. dolii I on I l I s.ttte t.-a ' I. l til. -.. Mowing sun I In- pr.-s. nt e. . V al t.te a.t the ... 4 I a ad v ta. Il-a- V a l, s ,. ,, .,,,,f . .ly . As a .. a ! I tins i. p II to llie ordinal ..or av.-i..rialmotheis. The glow lli and l.mity t, the hjlr i.-.. lids n a healthy condition of Ihe scalp. Vcth Sane anil Sulphur Hair K. ine.lv- yiii. kly kills Ihe dand ruff terms winch rot. the hair of It lite. .....r ami Inure, makes Ihesa-alp than and loalthy, glvea Ihe hair strength, color and laeauly, and make It crow. let a it-cent Isittle front your tlruggist today. He will give your mon. v Lack if uu r aoi aatisflel ft.-r a fair trial. t lo y are fifty , bill ; lo applet late the lelimal lo rs in using r hair and are fast l a 1 1. -ii bus the atl - -1 i it t hat It t an g.-t far. pat at ion called I sm, bur Hair Item .nlc antt t olor rector on is vastly superior "will' tea ' made by