H00....I1 faturs Nalloual AM fdr Irritation. Vice-President elect lloosevclt, In a letter read beforo the Nations! Irrigation Irriga-tion congress, placed himself oa record as heartily In sympathy with llio alma of the organization. Ilia letter contained con-tained the practical promise ol assistance assist-ance In tho effort which will U msde from now on for government and for Irrigation, and his appeal to "all far-sighted far-sighted cltlten" to Interest theaisolve lu a movement which will benefit the entire nation. A letter from Lieutenant General Miles was enthutlastlo toward the same end.