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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, October 20, 1916. TKrea LEPHANT BUML ! DEDIGATEDs 111. i ft. JONES MIKES ADDRESS hnnntion Project Com- ld0( at Expense of $10, OUO.OOO and Is Turned 0VL.i o Association, :W MEXICO'S FAVORITE ' com DELIVERS SPEECH esidmil Wilson, Who Hoped t0 B(! Present, Is Ably hep 1(:S(;lltr( by Democratic Candidate lor Senate, l""h..Ml Ihitt". N. M "ft. hi iviii ., pittance Teh -photic I. F.l I'na'i, " .-hl hundred and fifty thio ,' (1 Int. ii :i ( ion:, 1 Irrmation ',T,!.S and I ntft n: 1 1 i . t i.i 1 Kiinii ";.r,w accompanied by A. A. Jones. ,.,1 r,..ivs.'iitali! ol I 'resident ,',".',i ,! .,llu-r .tmesis, nnivod hero ', ', i.l;.y I- altond 11..' 'I I,,. i .hanl I '.ill It in vv Iik-Ii it''-' .', "l.,.i t-.titiph led ill " "'' .Mill IHH). r,,,:lilsi. f i u .IHsiy in the, iirrival ,,, ii in r;iri'.viim Mi". Jthick from iu.r .., tin- juii.-1i.iii poinl f Hii i -t i 1 1 railroad and ll.c :li p., I,,,, , ihi' linn' f..i- tin' i. -di-.!,.' , i han.-od from 1 '-''" !' ,1 1:3' l'. in- i nl;. i;, n. "i"'." I!' II. and ii. rhiii !!! :. Motion. ""- , t",,i,.,s r (in- 1:1 - . niii . t ml 'I'.-iiili rnnis l'iiit-d Stales jinny, jieooui .,,,,1 Mi, Jones to I lie (lain. A i-mii -,n :m, hand from tin- Twchly-t bird ,.u, Slabs infantry aded as escort ,.. ih.Mvii'',k' dative of tilt- president . v AT in vim'., i. .... I 'ii tii'.l ia I '-'N til'on 1ln ai'i-ival of ... ?.i-i-ial I ni in rarryii'B Mr. Jones ,i I,. i I.. . t i..n ,.f ... ilaiu was I" "am. Slnmlinu "n a ilViini T . 1 1 i It im I- the spillway of t hi in Mii'l in tin- shadow i.f till- Stn'.lo ., limit, u In' Ii f-iivf Hi'' 'lain its Mi-, .Lai. s, for tin' presid'-iit, .ii ,ri-'l his dedicatory address to .. cr'. ii u Ri' ii bin'd'tiie lintTi-.s of . iirlifi.i.il 1 j i k i ami stood on the ., iif tlii- i tun-rote da in. I'M of .lours' S,i-r ll. iif (-IIH1M-. it affords nil' much .;i,ii-i. Iii In- here and speak to yon ill- install' - of I ho pi t wi.li lit. All ' f ii imhioIIv rot' rot his inal'ility to . i.k. iiI in ... i-'on I know hoV- :, lliiil Ills l . -jr. Is 11 ro fully eom ..iiMii.ilr v i Ii ours. I Ic has kept ii. will-, tin- ii i1i of ovonls in thin i:.- ii.) has looked f.irwui 'I to this ,i""n k;( ,1,,'oriiiriK ni in all oppor- lunily to express directly his deep In terest in whnt is heiiik' done hero. It in only throiiKh stress of circum stances that he Is prevented from ''(' inn with us. I also hear In you the regrets of Ihe seereliiry of Hie Interior, Kn KUKi'il in a serviee of primp Import iinee to our country he must forego tlie much anticipated pleasure of partlcipnt inn in these exercises. He has watched with pride t)u progress of this nre;it work, and today his thoughts lire directed to this spot where we Jissemhle. ClirWonoil the WkmIi'ow Wilson ltnni We lire met t0 dedicate to Ihe use oT the present ami fiilure nenerations this niiissiv.' striienn-,. and n,,. j,. poundt-,1 waters, which, tn accordance with the iielion of the Witter I'sers' nssociatiou.s of l.as Cruces mill K.l I'ltso, Hhall lieneefnrth hear the nam" of the president of the, t'nitcil States Wood row Wilson. 1 am told that this dam at the top is sixteen feet in width, l.l'.IMI feet lonir. that the hase is jo;, f(-ct thick, and is nnchoretl to a foiintlation :!1S leel helow the crest; 0 1 0.000 culi-ic .Minis of concrt te are hound toKi'ther hy InterlnciiiK hars of steel. 'I'll Is million tons of malerijil is suffh lent to construct on a city lot twenty- five feet hy ll'.". fret ii 'pillar of coii j trite lacking i;niy fifty feet of hciiiK J a mile in heifJhl. In its hosom are ' fixetl iillachiiicnts for the neneration I ol the "univalent of 1100 liorse I power in ( lecti ical energy. The res Mod in K 1'iiso a few nieii of tho west who realized western conditions and liad a real vision of , the possihill tiost which th, future liel.l in store. They l.rounht tom'ther knowledge of actual contlitioiis h.s they prevailed in the arid .sections of the country. From practical experience and ohscrvation they knew what results could he ol tained throimh the development of the numerous fertile vallevs in tho western third of the fluted States hy the utilization of the flood waters which annually, without service, found their way to the sen. They orK'in i.cd the first Irriiuition congress anil heKiiu the ureal work of direction the attention of the count ty lo western conditions. At these congresses, annually hold, wore l.roiiKht toKcther the m.n who knew Ihe facts and men of scientific knowledge who iinalv.ed the facts The people of the country were im pressed uilh the hent fits which Were sure to come from tt't vi'lopinent throimh the means of Irrigation. These men wcie unceasiim in their efforts, which were finally crowned with sin less hy the passing of tho federal Irrigation law, under which this struc ture has heen creeled and undei which oilier projects in othci sections of the west 'nine hceu coinplitetl and put into atiua! operation. Coiiyivs.'M H Alviikt' Hie rctplc. Thiouli these congresses the peo ple of the middle and eastern sections of the nation were brought to reali'.e the Importance ho file count.ry tit ervoir in storauo capacity surpasses la rue of these vast enterprises. I hous- it ii y other ever constructed. hen I u nils ol American citizens have lieen tilled, it will contain more than I t-nahh-tl to ol.tain homes and rear Ciin.liiiii acre feet of water enough toiineir i over a dept h of one foot a 4 , ll in square miles. This area of i iusur is two-; families under contlitioiis which . a hartly and vigorous citizen- e thiin the coinbincil capa the reservoirs built or pro l i o city of greater iNeW will actually suhnierne 4L'.ihhi acres of land, and a maximum b-iiKlh of 4"i project is ilosiunod to ir- thinls mot city of jtll lectctl for York. II niore Ihiin extend to miles. Th riKate and enable the intensive culli vat ion of 1 Ml ,li 'Ml acres of hind. Today our llmuKhts naturally re vert to I hose who w ere first to ex plore a ml lu re found ii civilizal ion, to the hopes, an:ielics ami vision of these settlers, and of those who eon eciwd an, have erected the edifice on which we stand. Kor generations, sturdy pioneers have been struniilim; Willi the iiitcrmitlenl flow of the un certain stream. They realized that in the expansive and fertile valb-vs slrelehin,:; iil.uitf Ihe shores of Ihe !iio (iiantle nature Held in siore cit .hip. Knterpi isinf and prosperous communities have resulted, food pro ducts are 1 . in added to the national supply in an ever Inefeasliin ratio, and the arid west is gradually assum ing a reasonable share of the burdens of Kovoriimont. Many unforeseen difficulties have been encountered, but they are bi-injr met and over no with an intelligence which should commend ilself to all those who are iuleresle,! In 111" fosli'rine. of irriga tion. I'l'ix-ci-ils I M il for Ih-M-lopint nl . Witli tho idea that the federal gov ernment should encai'.e in sin h worlt there ca the further thonclit that the proceetlH derived fiom the public s in the western portion of in nts of harvest in bounty and in plenty. They I ml ml :i i.-mperau', oi iiivinorutinn 'climate, the snnshiiie, tho pure air. the towering peaks of the tlistaiit mountains- all invitiliK the foundini' of homes. Yet, one es-M-iiliJtl was wantino,: water must be put upon the land. tin used ill larxe ili'Velopinent It Is now keenly reali-.-lainl, the coal, the pe tiniber ami the vast pns llie ci'iu-rat ion of oh-otri- luive no value, separate anil ii the human beilics who niii into use. In order I" i secure me population ami in muni un 'the coinmiiiiilics, it is essential thai ! such conditions ho bioimht about as lai t'niliil Slates should be measure, in the further lit the west, til that the tiob-lim, (lie nihilities for I . al power apart fro can put DEDICATION OF A ts MUSEUM TO BE I J0JL0 E ii ti nil 1 1 niPiiT cv ll A V N i m-M a i 'The Natural Shortening I sctl Ml Availahlc lriit-ilion Mclliods will make livintf in the west not onl si,. ill.. nu i.ts w-ei-.. made. humble t entlurable. but invitint,'. I hi- first es- lioines were erected, and a st-ntial is human food. Ami. in this nil, country, it can only he obtained, with certainty and in ahumlanco, through the irrigation of the hi ml. It would seem, theiefoie, that the funds to be derived from the land and pow er resources in the west couhl be de voted to no better purpose than ttiat of aitlinir and assisting irrigation. It must not be forgotten that the disposition of the public lands rests with ri.rrrrist, nn.f t hut Onf-own-i- consists of repi esentatives of Ihe ieo jilo not only of the west, hut through out the nation, and the fact that the How to do buihlini,' of this ilam has boon n- iiiohlems. niineeil In accordance with federal mi Q Q a ailahlt methods were used for the irrigation of the land. ( 'omniunit ies were built up only to face an uncertain future. The water supply was not constant, mien the seed was planted, hut thnunht prevented the harvest. The area of cultivation an, the nuniher of people who could procure even small benefits from the scant supply of water worn limited. Those set lb, v, annually saw an-;il'U3id;u"c of uiiter pass by in flood-lime without means of utilisation. The thins U''-i-Koirv to bo tlono was aiiiiarcnt. The water must he stored tiiiu iiresented ennlneerinsr and the procurement of means where- legislation by it could be tVnie presented a linan- rial problem of no less importance. Kor years individuals, in dayliuM j dreams, viewed the possibilities of! the. future and, t tins onoourntjed, Hi- j bored incessantly to solve the perplex-! inc i.r-olilcms. ! Different locations for tno roseron j i.ejnj; impounded. A small pari oi were examined and studied, different ; ,,,. ;int is h-oii'itf irrbvated. Yet hun ,,i,,iu vt ere devised, iitul one a 1 most j .....o ,.f miles of canals are to ho I built. A drainage sysiem inusi , i t oiistrin t. il. 'J'housanils of setlleis 'are to 1"' established on the laud. .New ! industries are to he fostered and new i i omniunit ies founded and organized. I Some of these things present serious ' oi-oblems. Millions of dollars will he leiliiiicd to build the canals and con struct the drainan" system. These i things should he done without ih-ihn, jand the future success of Ihe cnter ! prise is dependent upon tho limits yet I to be tlono. Tho funds available for . l.t I .. . l....l..l..linii The enterprise wax nnauy nroim". ; t ins woi k, iiihh i ojhshuk n.r-.... ...... In the -itt. ntion of the officials of Hiei will soon he exhansteil, and if the ',, servii f the federal; labors of the past are to come, lo their . ... ,. ... . .. .. ; I . ,, i t.l i ncir vcoJo periLi ion i l un iruiiiou we mihi nance Hikes us realize thai wo lire a pint or one common and that this dam stands also as n monument to the unselfish spirit of our eastern brothers. Miles of Ciiuals to he I'.uilt. Much yet remains to "ue done. The ibtto is eomiileteil and the waters are ! consii iiuiuit ed tor tne consuiici ion " il palt lit IlllS piojeei. null i.n , occasion wt. should not minimize, th"' i.n-oits of these explorers who seJirch-., - . i li ed for and lounu in" nauiiai i I Hops which make possible what we here today. or is tluo for tin performed, Jiml absent, they an their dreams art lit clitiiialion St'i'iici Adriiiicd To thciii much hon- iinportiint work they 1 whether present or, today rejoi'-in that j coining true. Attciiiion Is 1 r Which? ,., ni mi., i enlisted. After this was none .... ' r.-al work hean, and the vastn.-ss of the undeiiakuu; has been reah."d throut-'h Ihe passing yeiirs. Mi""' ' leus plans had lo he worked out, tlx ! diysical features had to be studied i with utmost care and means d''Vis d : r, the eo-oiit-ralion of the owners ol w no i-xiii" .. " the federal (jovcrn- j t omph l ion I'sers' associations New .Mexico anu i-r appeal to congress the land, those : the water, and ' merit. Water I-were orKJini.t'd ! Texas and they in of W-a," 'Evervthina bal-o4 Miitll Calumet is so tempting wholesome delicious I want 'em all. For things hard to bake rijjht it can't he equalled. Calu met is the world's best Haling Powder it's mod erate in price pure in the nn ml pure in the bilinf v-.ittjcrf ut in levelling ai.J rai ":i! pnivt-r the mult ecuauoiica: 'u buy and tu U',e." Roceived Hiehett Award Aui Coo fioo Fm S.o Slif in FoOB! Cat workinir out hie details. Jl was nee, ssary to support of the project her of individual ol had to l' win the hinds 1 liii-.u' evauillli-il. ru-ii.s . i i..i....,i nil, i no nun.-' "ins " " y nainlained. i "f ,1. and in a manner .t . . . I 1 : i s 1 1 1 1 ll'11" (IVell in "" 1 1 HIIIS WO". pecuni- si n n ef- ' Tne trust m the hit i secured and : was pel formt ; -.viiieh will reflect ev in. on the individuals tliosf who conducted 1 - much nraise can not h. ' ,,.ii,..,is of these assooi ! without thought of adciual ......i un, i with un" , foils through davs, months and ye.' . I devoted iK' ir h' sl .""i w.'-s o ' working out of Ihe eon us a d di j lieiilt. problems with which the) wt 1 confronted. . I ( oiK'cit.-il .V lio.i l oiiiplcti iM'.'"'' Through the concerted :"'"'" , these, agencies the .lam is ; ' ; It stands asa moniim, nt o 1 ....i,,t,l lllt Wii illl'l .. couraue insist.-tl thai it ..i i.i l... built It slan '. , . (P.. eiiLMlleelS and inii.-iit. i. ---r-- . nl,.ii ,,,-ts who d.-sim.etl It and to ' " who constructed it. I" ",h ' ., , i , m tho measuieiii'iis , no i tiiioo.i. . , ... ti... nressiiie of 1h' HI I1VI. I lii'ii' - i i-r to b" impounded, m tne r ii,.. wi i.-iiLji Ii of the llieni '" . . ,i . ;,d the iiuantily rt-.,un.'jl. ' th - sembliitK of the niaU-r.al. ux th ,.r ,lio mac n nery '" Ihe K lalllllir "I that a fuiih must l. iiiade. Kor sonic time the interior depart ment lias realized the inndfiiuaey of the present provisions for the com pletion of irrigation projects in course of construction. In the framing of legislation, which has been suHHestert lo congress for its coiisnler.il ion, the of e.xisliiiK pro.i' els an'l tho nossible cOI'.s' r""1 "' '"'W 1"- ', let-is has always been kepi in mind. task of Mi, siiL't-sled louislat ion for the tlispo- inniinier-j silion of the coal lands, the oil lands land for the utilization of water pow er, provision was mad" for the pro i eeds to become primarily a part of the reclamation fund; but tin so pro posed measures have not hcen em.ct- of W-'V (l ,1MI jf enacted, consider;! Id" tune t of j will elapse before We can expect any act-ret ions from Elaborate Plans Are Beins Made for Celubiatinr; New Building's Opening Fourth of July Week, Next Year, BP t C I AL COHMlPONMNIil TO MnftNtNa JnunNM ) Santa Ke, (let. III. --The ilodn atiou of the now' museum bmlibiiK is In he made an affair of national and certainly of state-wide canto, Tentatively, the first July of next year has been for the event. Tin ie ;no reasons for this. 11 Is th,- end of th" academic jour anil the week I t for" th" opening of m-t of the .'uii'nior schools. Many men lu'minni nt in educiitionnl and scientific circles can attend that Week w lieu lliey could conn- al no other time. ll is l-'oiiilh of July week, I cum did more or less as a holiday season I liroimhout the tounlrv. In Santa Ke it is Ihe love liest, time of the vcar, just before the start of the so-called i.uny sea son. 'The museum building and its In terior will he Just about completed by that time. There are also finan cial reasons. The coininuiiity i-.i-nt-r-j 1 1 1 y plans a Kouiih of .Inly celebra tion anil raises funds for thai pur pose. Hv concent i a t inn all effort up on a Week's celebi ill ion al that tune, both the Kourth of July and the dedi cation plans will 1-1' covert i by the sumo cost and club-aver. It Is also the time of the year when summer rales i;o Into effect and when the most favorable railroad rales arc ob tainable. iiui.il Ceremonies anil Music. July I is on Sunday ami il is plan ned I" have a. vreal tbuiiitnry of the Catholic church, possibly a cardinal, come to Santa K" and eelelirate pon tifical mass in the ( 'al lie, Ira I in the loreiioon anil preach ;i senium in the St. Kraut is auditorium cither in the afternoon or eveiiiiiK. If the musu lovers of Santa Ke can . I together, which seems to be a more ,illi' lilt task for them than il is for tin- ail- ists, an oratorio midil ho i:ion on Sunday. It would mark an i-piu h in music in the capital to rentier ade tiuately Haydn's "Creation." or Han del's "Messiah" or Mendelssohn's "St. l'aul," or one of Ihe bach oratorios, or some more modern composition of etiuitl dignity. Ihiy of I'iiKi'untrv. Monday would be the day of pa Keantry. Monday forenoon, the first procession would be that of the Indian Kovernors and dignitaries from all of the l'uehlos, from the Apaches and Navajo reserv ittions and if practiou hfe'trom Tardier nvfa'y,' the lmiiansto b tiiKiinl out in their pictiirosiue costumes. It is fittini! thit they collie first for they were hero Inst anil also furnish the reason to a law extent for the establishment of the museum, the art eolotiV, the School of American Archaeology. The second procession of the fore noon would he that ol the l-'rancis-t-iins. l-'alher Kliilolin Schuster is in Cincinnati this week to obtain the consent of his superirnrjr for hrinuiim to Siint.'i Ke the i'raiiciseans of .New .Mexico anil Arizona. This is fill inn, too, for St. Krancis is (he patron saint of Santa Ke and New Mexico, the Franciscans hrouuht I ho nospe! to the southwestern Indians ami hitildiir: i . I ' -on the I'ueblo a nil it eel il re. devised I the Franciscan mission stylo in which I Ihe new museum is built. The strue iture is a nionu nieiil to the Krancis j i alis ami the early iiuitl.v rs of the I church in .New M xico. I The third uroccssion would be that of the Coiniiiosta, lores, a n pi od m t mn ol the eVaruii's pa-io:inl so success fully Hivi'll il ft-W Jllll'S UK') Willi the I ild I'alace as its center. It w ill be ji. tribute to the Spanish culture and the 1 at ill-America lis. Fourth would come the procession of the pioneers, the stouts, the ox i-iirts and schooners, the men of th" Santa Fe trail. Fifth would be the military proces sion. II is hoped that tl loauip- ment of the New Mexico nation il guard will com" t" Santa Fo at that time. It is also probable that tin Koswoll Military Institute w.ll send its ciidcls to camp here al the tunc All effort will be mad" to have lie- Tempting Biscuits As Yon will make thtm when you use Colloleno ' for shortening. ;.- Biscuits shortened with Cottoleno nro light, flaky; pleasing to the eye and grateful to the appetite. K Cottolene is a pure fixx! product that is a real aid j to digestion. Use it tor all shortening and frying. With l Cottolene vnn siro ji1a,'mv? Ktirn of cooking better foods. For your convenience, Cottolono i3 put up in pails of JilTorent sizi-s. Ar ranp;e with your grocer today for a rcRular supply. Cottolene Daking. Powder Biicuit Into two cups of sifuil pantry flour, sift and mix on level tea spoon of salt and four level or two rounded teaspoons baking powder; chop in one level table spoon of chilled Cottolene, wet to a still douc,h with about I',' cup of milk, or half water and half milk. Toss out on a (loured board, pat it down and roll inch thick. Cut intosmall rounds and bake in a hot oven. From "HOME HnjS.n malUd free it you wrltm our Cnrui Otfim, Chicago. iiveiiii xrwTnr5 Ii"", 1 1 . --itMWtWMJa, I ,-r fry I '-fAl : k7, "Al R BAN KIoaEEO 1 1 mjmmm rmm. Cottolene make$ good cooking Utter tional forces, lh(. ilislini:iiinhc, visit - j Tn Saolii I f Itic-iacs ( Iihiikcs. ors and di loi atos tniin tin- ,.'i..it uin-j Santa I .-, ticl. 111. Two lur iness vi-i-uliis i, ml pei haps, also of I he i eha ut.es of much liiteresl to the pub- lilllldel s of Ihe I1CVV bill-clllil, tile null! lie Well- II 11 1 1 o II 1 1 ce, V eal e id , I J . The who witli their hand--- wiou.lu ihel I b-aclui m - M n-.na idol llardwiite coin iiiiiciiil'ici nt slimline, the iii list i and ! pany has taken a five viar lease oil ailisans who planned and t m !! II . h - j i be luliido bl.nl, at Ih" t orn.-r of oil it . I m that tv en in i-, in ihe .1 ml i - I mini t ; i - pa r n v en in- ml n f i a iu'is toliuin, tin- i. ill. iillon ex. lei ,, s would ' co sheet- , leceliih vacated by III" take place, 'III, re would be iiplno !.. . tl.niis I'ly I it. nil.. Iiollie which pri.-tle i : ii i i , .111,1 the dedication i.d iiumil I.i Ihe soiilli ,.i.l" "i the plaza. establish Its office in thp ciipltal upon ri iiiest of the state eoi porat ion commission. dress hv I Ion. l-'i a nk Spi in:-,, r. it is possible I hat ilii.illl I'eiihal low lb mh i-on. the t'hiiai;o arli'-l ami S Iv alius i Irisw old Mm h v of I h d th tho brimt to the I liirue ii n in -,vi re inten st- I, titles il supper be I j; rue hose souici-H. Must, Ask Congress lor Aid. It is apparent, therefore, that an appeal must he made to congress for . . .iiui'll I . . ..i.i ., I. w.l, ..I, .,11 l.t.l-OMIO the imlivhluals who i im-: ;- sunsi an i in , a..,, iissociatiolis and ni" ', , ;,vaiia.nie I"IL.1-' " " V, ,, , Opi-ranons. ' Willie WO rejoice in no- i dam is built, that tnisoiienre.it""" in the pioiircss of the enterpiise has been mado, we should consider it. larii'-ly as an onfiiuiniiomont to carry on the food work, solve the now pro- j 1. loins, and brum to ri-uiir.uiiou ,o.- vision which inspired Ihe project, i Tins completed proj.-el in lull oper ! ation presents lo the mind many al- lurilm IhoiiKhls; IMI.IUIU acres ol lanti, unsurpassed in leitililv, I.viiik m the illt-ys alonu; the sin uoiisn n-s 01 im- (liiinde for two huiiilrcti nines be under intensive t lilt ival i"ii. could and rmnisiinils ,,t families will derive their ,is a moil-L, mm, -e from the soil which now Mies parched ami unproductive, inou 1 sin, Is of eves will view 111" d'-cp Hie. ll ,,f the allalfa. and the wavimr fi"hli ! of Kiain. Fra'-uaut, blossoiuini,' or It hards will lend enchantment to th" view h.iiries, canneries and siiuar will be niei ai i " School houses filled with Inldrcn win va Kin will :-hi- wat- ns.-ertaiu-nialt-rial tin anil rPandbigcan Bakin8 Powdersdonot you money. Cahjmetdoes-it'sPnre iu sour milk and sinla. sihuiuk; t.. ..i.,,.,i in ' : of he si.-ei inruis, in ""- i-'.""s -- , the concrete we see the thoimht, the mental adivit "-s a b m:in power which have Bon. n ' ; To hitvc worked here should a bud" of honor; and to eve. y ni- o. whether working with mind or m.is "le, who has enKa.ed in this stupend ous work, this dam will stand ' i.nim,,,t throi.Kl.out the .. kn wars .if the future This dam also stands as a monument to those who conceived the idea .if enlistuu, the fl d of the federal government in tt Kreat work of the irrigation of . id lantls. Without such at . tlny lure as it is today would not have been built. . hiM-w Wliat Kesulti Omltl 1' Twenty five years aco there ass.-m- faclori. lervals. healthy. vigorous abound. , I'opulation Will IW (lailriiplcd. The population of has Cruets anil .'l IMso will he ii'iadi-upled and tiirouhotit Ihe valleys new settle ments will spurn,' up to Hive their sup port in the laru.-r centers. Annually, thousands from distant sections of th" country will find healthful recreation on the shores and crvstal Wat'-is of this inland lake. Material additions will he mail.' to th" nation's supply of the nec-ssari.s of Iif". The two ereat slates of New Mexico and Tex as, will bo I ml together in closer union hy the ever-flowing slnuios of living water. . We should, in conclusion, five thought l this government of ours through whose agency this picture ami these conditions at" m.oh possi ble. We aia assembled lodav undei Wil r llepll 11 111.11 1 a: .' Sanl.i I-'e for that o, Saula. I'V's iit,lri I . I -the affection that army officers hold sa mo lime the f. si i lsh the troops tin chnllHi' of scene b i 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . I at iiileiviils j. k'ioiI opport un it y nieiil. to make ,'t th mililary service ti lb" t hous inil.", upoi it ors av ho will If I of I ho I nileil Stat.-s. lAelllll Tort blight I'lts-cssion. The sixili division would probtbly be a tnivhliuht ploeession 141 the eveiiinj,' of the academic and eilui-a Kl) 11 lel-lllicilt to casion, in view of niililaiy hislory, nany of the ohl for "ll. At Un ities Wtlllbl fin ii diversion :iin which they are II will also infill- the Hovciii- monsl ra lion of it ; it would impress thousands of vis re from all parts The I : -aehii in M n-n.- idol firm w III V a , at,- the i ';i 1 1 on block on I he casl i-i'i" of the p I. i,-.it. The limy lunch ts tabhshmeiil on San Ki.-nelsi o j.l i et I . t'arnei-ic I list : I nt n m, Cbicjii-.o, vvill' near the pla'.i, wa.soltl lo I.. .1. v a i d lake ehalL'c of the p I , p . 1 1 . 1 1 I OPS foliot tile I took J' M o II 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 Callip C - Ihe pa:-. i,ii!i-y. ! pany by Mm. Nora I-:. Numm' r.-i. h"'- Ofhtial ami Scicnt Ii,' Ihiv. ht laiv of tho Men liniils' a-oeintion. (in Tiicday I ot-enoon, Ihe v is.it i in: I ! w ill be manac.cd by lliehavd I'-oyl, lovtrnors ami officials would ha ve j a cousin of I 'resident I'.ov , id t ho New their innlims. Then- would he a, I-I Mexico university. Tlie Uocky Moun dress. s hv noted visit, is. Kor, i;:ii j lain Camp eompanv al th" s line time nations iii.-iv st ud n I'lcst ntalivt s and j has taken ollie's in Ihe Capital CUV invitations 'will b" exlendod t lb"! Hank Innblinu lou.-thi'i' Willi the I'os piesi.h ill of the I n it . , Stales ii i nt i t a I To h --1 : . 1 1 1 1 co ii 1 1 ,a n y vv ! i i c 1 1 w 1 1 1 I " - liovernois ol un- Sinn s, as wen as 10 the luii-U-ii, especially the lilin Am- tti.'-ai.l vnbasU'M. - - - In tin- al'tci noon, th" scientists would have the floor. Scientific le pers would he presented, pa 1 1 i en III rl y on th,- siih.ii i I of American Aih;i'o-OL-y. In tin- eveniiiK', 111" main ad t'less would he by Dr. Kraiuis W. I el se v of the rniversity of Michican. repri'Scnl ink' Ihe A rt-h.-teolocit ;i I lu-j stitut'- of America. i The follow inn 'lav. b. inc Ihe Kourth j oi .MiiJ. woiiiii i.i- c.ivi n in popular pa lmitic celt -hi -at ions. Iinvvoiks, sports Jilid social events. TTiiirsiliij, Friday i'm Saliinhiy would he tb-volo, lo t x I elusions lo the cliff thv tllini's. Indian , pin bios, Ihe I'eeos lorod and nth nearby scnie, hMniio and iiichaeo I locical a 1 1 in i t i i il i -i while those in- ! i lesb d i" iii-eli-ieolory VVO'lhl V'isil !lhe exe.i v at ions at I'ci os am; in the I 'linen canvon. All Wink Toiiclher. 1 1 can readily be seen t hal hy con- I cent ra 1 1 lit; all tifoi'li. and means on j this first w- i k- ,n July, smiicl hiii sin- , i.itie.int can hi- accomplished, sonie-j I hill,,' that would draw people fioni all pails of tin- Cnil,., Slat. s. II Is pi'oha Id, I Ii 1 1 the I ml ia n school leach- , its' institute, tin- county in.--1 ll nt e, the, mililary inshliit" em.i n pmeii t , 1 1n national cuai'l enca n i p i tie ii I ami olh-j tr ev- nts tan be secure, for the enp-J ilal at that lime. . The railroads will , limb. lib n-tlly iii.-ike as f u oral h- i.,te- 1 as I hev i!ii for lln- e, in -. I mini 1 con- ! volition Inl ex I end I hem ;i over the I niieii Slat' s instead of men ly over the stale. Th.-V Would certailllv cive ' I the .a I'f.i ir iiiiinii.ilbi.il publicity if I he j I prelllllO.alH'S iile : , IT . 1 1 1 i I ill time, : I lor they will ieeo:nize what a cieat lor.iuim t-aiil sinh a wtek of I'estivi j lies will he lo Jlall-.eoiilllielilnl 1 1 a vol. I However, all of III" civic 1 1 1 i: a ll I a - , ! III. lis of lln- cil. iu fact, of Ihe sl.llH Sholl l, co Opel at" I o III. Ike t he , vent I si a ml out as ma i k iiii- a ureal epoch ill ihe development ol the , -0111111011- we.-.lth. I (11,1 I mm Vitus M.hi Mnri ltsl In ltatoll Fast has Vi-hiis, N. M., Oct. 1 Cecil I '.mn her, who w as roared iu thla tatv ami received his education later ni tin- Illinois university, was united In marii.i.:e at Katon Wednesday after noon to Miss Mary Solmieiler of tliut lily. Th" marring" was the result of a loliuim -e of childhood. Mr. touch er now is an architect In Vlneentiei, Indiana. Olt ro County t. ranted School Aid. Santa Ke, nit. III. Slate aid to the extent of $:hhi whs Blunted by thu ilepnrt nieiil of education today to dis trict No. -7, (ileio eouolv, for the 1 -rootli, n of 11 now school hulltllUK. Ilaliu Coal Co., phone III, for the best coal mid wimnI. I SiiinniiufeiSviiiiiiiiiii f II ll urn " IMI lUfci 1 . I I'HH-AHFl. 0k,r ft ! , r a i.'i-ni' ;W i' - .j 1 I" VB!llull '" I.I WDKI.II'S O VABILENK KANSAS J For Ladies Exclusively ; Hair dicssiim. maui.-ui aim, facial ami scalp I lea I nieiil , for ladies exclu sively: all work i-iiar.-mleetl. Your I pji 1 1 una ye solicited. Marguerite I i 1 I , I ,'. 17 v.' I . . t ' n I .1 , 1 1. 1 . 1, 1 ;hivti:nt jn:.u:ir A in- i.f 1 m "1-1 '' Ictl'ii- r. on dv f..r ml iiffi-. ilniiH of thu ok In and nil Inflnm- 111 111 hi : , 1 1 . 1 lirlin 1 1 1 C -' !" hi .'V'-rv li'iiiHi-liiil.l, n evei v truvpllim bug or uiil. .C" l... .inn' i.r lln it anil loil'l.- ell' Ii i.liry 111 iilf.iiilliiK quick r.tllff. Un, ' Kin 1 i- 11. ..-) -.1 Milv tin- v.iy li.nl limit ,ill,.iiin kin, ,.ii b. i'lt-n.-. Iiu-liiihnit a nn- ,1 In1 1 ,' 1 1 1 "t " -I lilnii ni.iiMli'l. i in 11 lu,i lil.- f,.- i-mtiK.-llry ll.Hw.-. ft.r ' S'.ihl'. I'm-', la ills,.-, , all f.inm f bln-il Iniilic untl N , Mini Ik If I'tlllH. ii li:i mm ni ki ,.,n, inniiiiii- i.f um-H. An a I niii nuTil f'-r I'lli-e ii, i 1 h ail ', II 11 1111M11 ii,-... , t in aii.)i. nii'.n ti ff'.nt iitl. it ri.-llt-ft nd le i.tiiv Iii I'm us., IniH t.i,,ia:lit ji cure to tliou- 1 1 i f Miri. 1. i h I-;ii,iiv is us. 1 1 with Ki'-'it nin-i-oBt f.,r tllffpront 1 1 tin oi-. i,iiii t-.tiinii. I'l.tiiih. 1 r. hi p. S.iro 'llu-est, ll:t '.-..,'. vsiiuint. 1 let imi tintl riatri-il Skin, tn nioinii ii ion mill Prlinil'iii i.f nil Itlml. Keieiiia, Pi ,,i,i II. ni. Inrt' i l Iliti'H .mil StliiKH. Kiinliiirn. 'iii,i,. 1 .. 10 1 1 in 1' :o ni i n mm: 11 in- surr jmnii, 'lii.il, Su'-ll. 11 joi'l Sttftttv 1-,.-1 . i-tc. i-Miinvr 1 on ( viAiinu" 1. . 1.1 run y.tiw f..r iniurrli. coltla 11 I,. 1,11 im i-lli-iil ri'ine.ly for t iiliirrh, , 1 , 1 . U I y tl. M .M'.ltlM' I V. (illtlltlfUdil, lift? if 1 1 I I ll- 1, ,,:., 11,1.1 I,;,,,. I. Sllfl.lt I" till,' Iiffi fllVni, lf I I , I H iil.il 1011I i,.-..'.t ri'iii.-.ti'. Mtiuy l,H 1 UKK.-t 11,,, 1, , i., j.,., -o n i I!,,- ilt in; aii.r.i '''OIiaV a m I 11 :i in Tr I lli UNA mitt you l.' never I I- Willlllllt ll. ( II . Ill I I I) Co., noiesiiie llislrihiitors. A 1 1 1 in 1 1 1, 1 l 1 1-, Mi w Mexico. Stcwiiii Iii-iiu; Co., t.allup, ,N. M. ill. . (.riiulle Co., Italoli. N. M. unusual world con. lil ions. Tliroiii-h-out the eastern hemisphere civihza I h HI is beiiiH listed in the 1 rucihh' of war. The same may be said of the conditions in the lepnblie upon our southern border. Vet we arc at peace. We am enjoying Ihe oltlin arv vocations of Iif". prosperity is universal and beyond comparison. Cu tler this,, contlitioiis we should lake slock of our patriotism ami wulh re newed fervor Hive tribute to III" Slats ami Snipes. Bodily Housekeeping I'.V V. M. I'! FUCK, M. D. The subject of drinkiim' water with meals has been misunderstood for a hundred years. In recent years In vest Ihu t ton by means of X-rays, the observations of scientists sin h iis Cannon, iriilzner, I'aviov, Kovvler, Hawk, prove that an al, tin, lain o of water taken ilutinn: di gestion is necessary in good bodily houseket piliH-. Drink plenty of wal'-r with oath meal. Do not ill Ink iee Wiiter a' ii'nv lime. If your kidneys are sb k, or you suffer with luinbiiHo or rheumatism al limes, pain in the bin k or bad; of ll k, take a little "A nut h " hefoi" meals. This can b" found ill any H'ootl drutf store. Therefore my jidvice to youiivf or old is, alwavs drink plenty of pure water. And for hum' hf; occasioiiallv take tablets of "Amine" three or four times a day. tWfaTtra'lt.tt'y1itttyif.jyTwa Tfrnv T''J('rS!',Wffv J. tim lip I , if' , . i, t: v --:m:-. .. :, !'fv,: 'wt rV-T. T.... . ...erfl HUTCHINSON.KANS. m U.S. FLOUR , Nrnhaa tiki iaa iV ttliafciiihitWiisfc' ajijulTal THE BETTER GROCERS Your (iiiM-cr lla-4 It or Can (iet H r.tai-aiiu!Jaiiii .M.4JU, - v Att,-Hin,iii.nfcttiM.a t f liaU-ijf tr ai' i-r-ir.i'V-t -,r-- ''----- M1 ,nrii,lrn 11, Made From Selected Kansas Hard Wheat. Every Process of Manu facture Vigilantly Guarded. Wholesome Quality :. Consistently Maintained. . " .