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THE EVEKINQ ITER A LP, AOUQUERQUE, N. M., IHIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914.
;AprhM through the Influent of
i t r f V (lenerai Howard and remained until
Hiinn nmthfir nf rVirtrnri ,he between iho Indian ana
lhvvu urviuer vi rumvus .. lne ,ovcrnm,nl , ,,;i w nen he r,.
Ckitf Ctihie lion A in itrtrnni ! I aigned hln poHl..n.
Wlttf ASIMM (tiioviiH A. Nerved With Mile.
Tucaon. Arts., Yb. 27 lt..l.lln
Intlnlnle tile Sacred eecTrt of the lo
cation of the grave of the great
A purlin t hl'f. foclnae. hi "blond
brother," 'ii(iiIti Thomii Jcffiird.
Iho fnmnua iinneer Iriillnn trader
and I'nlted Wale Military rourler.
inHfi'tl nway ill hla ranch nt uwl'it
1 1 on (I. 35 mllea north of Tii. "on lut
wn'k ul the. advanced age t SJ
The dlHIuilch t c-1 1 1 1 1 K of hi death
dial Mnt atate the rumn nf hie death,
lull II Ik aupiioaed to Imve been aomo
amltlen ak'kne n three week hh.
hen the grlxited old In.llnn fighter
wa In lhe i.lly to meet Hlnte IWtor
Inn Thoma Karlh. he looked well
nnil hearty. Home cr lilii frlemlK
thought IiihI evening Ihnt he might
hnve been Suddenly atricken with
The newa of lhe death of th vet
eran Artinnan raiiad tinlveranl re
gret among him many frlemlM find
comradea of earlier day, when II be
came known thtit he had died at hi
raneh. Although of lute year ha
hud been much of l reeluae, atlll hi
frlenila had never forgotten him ami
many had eeen him on his leaf two or
three vlalla during the int few
Whatever elae Tnilnln Jrffnrd will
he rertemliered hy ierhuta the moat
IntereatUng fenlure nf hla weal.-rn life
waa hla lonii and ateadriiHt friiiicl-hli
for the great Aimhe chief, I'ocIiImc.
The two were "blood lirolhera." made
ao by lhe niyatle I'eremony of the In
termingling and attuning of Mood
from each olher'a iirma.
Hi-rev pled Willi lllm.
Thla aiiered fi'lendxhl Captain
Jeffurda never vlnln'.ed and he re
mained In the ronfldeni'e of the fiini
oua Apnrhe warrior until the day of
C'lH'lUw'a death. Captain Jeffnrd
waa the only while man Intrnated
with the myatcrluii aecret of the ex
act locution of the great t'hlef'a
(rare, and lo hla l i n k day he never
revealed it. and when hla I'.fe el. tied
the secret died with him.
Aa a pledge 'nf hla friendhli and
affection the ureal chief ircenled
Captain Jeffurda Willi a thiil.libur
n Id aholRiin which he n ni'.l and
valued. Jual a he would un arm or
When General Mllea took com
mand of tho force for hla cmtign
.. he auld, and In hla will ha I,.. '"' Oeronlmo In UM he enllat-
q.iealhed thla hlatorlc weapon to Mi,..'" "
rajenkn. hla friend and nriRhbor of " " 'T.'
late yeara and h.a executor. He h.a ' mewenger and courier r or
l.rothe. John Jrfforda. now In " " . . -
poai l run it ni run iiuainuca. iier
the Holiliera' liotna at Kawtella, near
l ... Tha Atillr iirmtfrtv
left by -Milium Jefforda. eoliaiallnl " ' '
ha retired lo the aeclualon of hla
of lhe nwTa lleud ranch and peraon-
al properly, valued Ml baa than 110,
On", la left to hla brother. No other
hear relutlvea are known.
Home WIm kiM'K lllin.
Captain Jefforda waa knovn Inti
mately to auch ploneera now llvln
ii Hldney lie lama. John Mapiee.
Suiiiucl ItiiKhca. Hob Lealherwood,
Al llernard. Uovernor I., i . Ilunhea
and If. Ilatrlaoii. Much Information
north of Tii.aon. and haa not been
acen much by hla frlenda alm-e.
The hlatorlc wlnnliiK of the M.OtiO
reward priae offered by Oeneral
Crook for the lirltiRlna In of Cochlae
In 1171 by Caplaln Jefforda waa re
laled by II. liarrinon. the well known
mlnlnK man who opened the firat
mlnea at Macdalena. Mr. Ifiirrleon
waa at that lime trader at I'ort Mi
Hue near Canonadn Alamoaa, about
100 mllea weat of Hoi-orro. N. M. II"
about hla hlatory and experlenrea BBPW Captain Jefforda well. hiivliiK
were lvn by the two lutter men. firat met Him In 1M.
t'aptaln Jefforda waa born in New The Indiana had leen erdered to
York alute In lull nd left home come In to Canonada Alumoan and
when but a lml for the weat. He many obeyed, but fochiee hud aluyed
became n riverman on the Mlaaiaalp- out. Crook offered a prlae of 1 000
pi and Ohio rlvera and later waa u to anyone who Could brlna Cochia.i
cMpiaiu on a eteamhoat runnlna; from
New nrb-una lo the Upper Mlaalaap
pl. Me obtained the title of captain
In thla poaltlon.
( aplor of C iwlilac.
tne night while aleeplna: llurrlaon
waa awakened bv Jefforda and the
He next became militnry meaaen- two In company with ieveral other
kit of thr I'nlted Klntea army and made the trip to the camp of Co
waa ernt to New Mexico for duty In ehllae. Here J'-fforda perauaded 'o
Knfl. He eaw aervlce n the Civil war chiae lo come In. promialng that there
in the fight made by the I'nlon troopa were no aoldlera In Cunonudn Alamo
under fli-neriil Can by aaulnHl the In- aa. Cochlae agreed but when they
vadlng Texaa rangera. and waa at lhe nearrd the place aaw aoldlera, which
lml lie of Apache I'naa near Rmta l had come In later. Cochlae auapect
when the Invadera weie finally roul- ed treachery and placed Hurrlaon and
ed Following the Civil war. Cap- Jefforda aa floatage under guard
lain Jefforda became a trader with hut after a peace parley at Canonadu
the Apache Indiana In wealern New Alamoaa the mailer waa aetiled and
Mexicn and Arlxona. In the year of peace nmde. It llluatrated the great
1X71 he aucceeded In winning the power over the Indiana that Captuln
reward of 11 O'iO offered by General Jefforda had.
Crook by bringing the great Cochlae Mr. I lart Vim alao had an expert
Into camp to treat for peace. ence a year later when Apache In
Itoal Treaty Maker. 'diuna with paaae from Jefforda then
In 17I when General Tloward agent al Apache I'naa in Arlxona
came to Arlxona to make a nerma- raided hla ranch near I'ort Italrd and
-.nl treaty wllh Cochlae and the killed hla partner and aeveral othcra
Apache. Caplaln Jefforda waa the Three experlenrea he often talked
conriilant of both Howard and Co- over with Captain Jefforda In lale
cblae and wa Inairumenial In bring- yeara In Tucaon.
Ing lhe two together. The treaty Word Xeer Broken.
o rinallv broken. II la rbilined. by I "Caplaln .Jefforda waa aUX filet two
lhe I'nlt. ii Hliilea government In t H T Inchea and atraight aa an arrow. Ilia
i.fter the death or Cochlae. I'p to hair waa brown and In rye blue. He
thla time Captain Ji ffonla hud been item-rally waa amooth ahaven. lie wa
appointed Indian agent for thj very quiet and dreaeed uaually In cl-
vlhan dreaa except when he wore n-
Idlun coalume. lie waa abaolutely
J w ithout fear." Governor Hughe
alated laat week, "and hla word wal
never broken, lie waa Ilka an Indian
In thla reapect. and when he once
lliiva hia word It wna law."
Jefforda wa a bachelor, never
marrying. He gambled much in the
'early dava. and often loat large auma
I of money made by trading w ith the
Indian. He waa of a very Jovial
dlapnaltlon and kept up hla good na
ture to hia old age. In hla death
Arlxona haa loat our of Ita m
lirtme character, and one who In a
mndeat war contributed materially to
the event of the early hlatory of the
Winner for Men
Note the snappy, stylish lines and how
they are combined, the kind of shoe construc
tion that insures durability.
The "Rie-to" is an all-round shoe good
looking, yet built for service the ideal shoa
for business and general wear.
Comes in Gun Metal Calf, with gun metal
buttons, and stout, double sole. No better
man's shoe made, and only
Hlher City, l-'eb. It. An exploelon
which occurred wl one of lhe mln
hufla on the C. St. n. company'i
property at 1 o'clock thla nioriiiuil
led only lhe drum of the hotel anil
a l.irgu hold In the ground to thotv
for the ahaft hoiiae and the machin
ery. No one waa Injured.
Thl ahaft waa being unk under
lhe personal auier Main of Mr.
Oglealiy. and above ground there wal
a rinull ahrel lion ahaft liouae, I lie
hulxt. frame work, and aniall gaao
llne engine. In the building waa a
IiU-galloii lank of gaaollnc, 100
poiinda of giant powder, two boxea of
raiw and aeveral rolla of fuae. When
thla bunch exploded there la little
wonder thai nothing remained. Ac
cording to what might be expected,
the gaaoline engine la going yet. but
probably In a etralght up direction.
In any event II haa nol been acen
The exploelon occurred through
the carcleaeneaa of the two men who
were working on top. for a night
all if I la employee In amnc way
theae two men got a fir ataried. and
rrullxing what muat happen they ran
down lhe hill, firing aeveral ahola to
warn everybody In the neighborhood.
The nnle made bv lhe rxploalon waa
terrific and waa heard even In Hllver
City. A Mr. 8mall'a place wa nrur
eal the acene of the exploelon and
he waa HOI) to S00 feet dlalant. A
con!Odrra.ble amount of debri fell
over hla place, but he thought aome
one waa Irving to play a trick on him
and un looking out and nee Ing noth
ing he went hack lo bed.
The acene of the explosion waa Juat
nt the edge of the dlapuled properly
lying between the ltngaton and I'a
cific clalma. and there wa a rumor
that the exploelon waa pile work.
The owner of the Ijingalon. however
alaie iiiiwI emphatically that they
hold no auch opinion and that they
are aallafled the exploaion wa en
, tlrely accidental.
II. ' MMi.l TT-1 ti Vi'A-f nVVr-w
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: - .'..-.V -.J. ::. i, ' I II r.-. i VV:' .V
. ft wi
'ttr V1 '' r i a. , jiH-Haj- vi
without the Grease
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'It doesn't seem a bit greasy' is the
universal verdict about the pleasant-to-usc
ita;"-'"' l'i V' Jecttuse " llJ puniy ana nign Bnont
. . V:v' fOS'vv Cottolcne maiet food tender and delicioui.
-4'.iV-r: ' i I Ji f"te cooking fat for many years.
x?rW i-.r." .' J It "creams up" beautifully
t''et'-Roi t-jr.'V It it a firm fat when cool,
'.f-TJW juitthe right conaittency
Because of its purity and high shortening value
It rat been
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n 'j.. JiJ X ..JL . .
TU.. '1 ..V .n.',l'-
beautifully when used In mixing pastry.
but nevertheless is always of
to blend evenlv with the flour
of augar. You who make cakes, pies, cookies, biscuits
and the uke know what an advantage this is.
Cottolene is especially excellent for all frying whether
pan frying or deep frying. Foods fried in Cottolene do
not absorb grease, neither does Cottolene absorb odors.
Using it over and over for frying, you not only find it eco
nomical, but you produce food that is wholly digesti
ble ana most appetizing.
A prominent physician says of Cottolene: "Cottolene,
being essentially a vegetable product, forms the most
healthful and nutritious cooking medium known to the
food experts and medical profession." (From an article
in the American Housekeeper, entitled The Most
Healthful of AU Cooking Fats," by Dr. James Paigt
E"ery thoughtful mother and careful housewife will
be interested in the valuable FREE Cook Book,
HOME HELPS. Send for your copy today, also
order a pail of Cottolene from your grocer.
Pine hominy or corn meal mar be ued
in tha aame way to aerva with meat
of for breakfaai with aytup. Cook 2-3
cup hominy or meal In 1 pint boiling
water over the At until thickened, then
place over boiling water to hnih cook
ing for about an hour, adding; aalt and
mora water if tM tuff, alao the yolk of
an egg, or little butter. When done,
pour into flat pan and when cool cut
into creacenta, diamond or atrip, roil
in egg and crumb and fry In Coitnienc.
MRS. HELEN AKMSTKONO.
NEW SHEEP COMPANY
Attorney Inane Karth today receiv
ed from Hanta Ke tlie upproved incur
Iteration paper of the Adohe Hlteep
vompnny of APiunuerque.
The atatutory aaunt la Juan liar
cla, who ta lo the pilncliml aloik
hoidor and director, having eiila rlt
ed to 1,3 aharc of 110 euch. The
other director are: Llhrada Unrein,
ID ahare. und Jn.m A. Garcia, l.tu"
aharr. The iupit.ilih.iUon la IJO.n.iil
of which f id, "in ii- paid up.
Ilrlalit ure-n hr-t aniiilnr alralfu.
I'or Ituram. ralihite uml Mnlir.
If mi will icll un Mliut kind of
HiMk llw airaTa i InKiiili'il we will
well-! tlie kind ilcoirod anil giuiraiili
II lo Imi i ntra cliiatci'. I '.. . W X-.
Pur a taxi, call 1i Mauro. I'honu IT.
II lb fancy Greeley
Potatoes - - - 25c
BANQUET TOR POPE AT
LAS CRUCES TONIGHT
IBetal niaratek ! Kvealae NeraUl
' la Truce, X. K. r'eb. tl. Tinted
flulea Judge W. H. Hope, the niein
i bet of the elate auprrme bench, and
a number of member of the Kl i'aao
bar will he (ueata of huiior at an
! elaborate baiuiuat lo h glvrn here
j tonight by the Uooa Ana t'onnty liar
' aaaoi'lMtion. Uovernor Mclhin.ild had
I expected to be preaeiit, but could not
, lca ajunia, K.
Tha alale auprvme court Judge are
n their way her from Kama K In
automolillra and are eipected to arrive
al noon. Among the to.iai Judae It.
II. II j una will reapond to "Keelna
Thing Kriini . the Itench,'' Jmlr
Frank W. barker, to "V.t er!encee
Wllh th Dona Aim Pounty I'ar." At
torney lleneral frank V. t'lan. y to
''The Krly Kench and Har of Xrw
Jlriiiu;" Judaa William II, I'upe to
'The I'nlted Hlalea I'ourt." and Judge
tijTjTjTjT.njqj-uTj-u-Lrij-ij-irii-- fcdwfrtl I Usiller to "Our lailora."
214V8 West Central
There'd Be Only One Shoe
If Eeryone Knew Selz
trliao, frraliewl aloek In ewn.
t Hm. Karu S nip
j galliHi Ham hni
I gallon Kani Kvrui
(liHiadii H'l Himar brup...
(Juan Maple hyrup
I, gallon .Maplo sirup
I gllim MmiiIo rlll
(Jiiart ran pum Mirgliuiu
y aaiiim fiiin nmniiHia, ,
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Gallup Murderer's Case Now
Rests with District Judge
Abbott in Santa Fa who may
Commit Him to Insane
CHARLES HAWKS GOES
BACK TO STATE PRISON.
lo I imi lie, Kit ii., whero I hey ore lo
lay with friend.
Tho ) ouiiKKti'l a ai emeil clieerliii
and not to mind t ie lung trip in any
way. Kind hearted pnaacoKcia on .No.
Sill and No. in, mi which tlu. con
tinued euat, looked lifter them.
CIRLS! STOP WASHIN0
THE HAIR WITH SOAP
Soup lrint onr ea alp, uimlng Diiii-
drulT, Then Hair I alls Out Try
Thla .N l Time. I
I'kg. Auiu Ji-mima'a faiwake
I l.air II":
S ka. Mnud
S t mtut em lit 1 in n ,
3 niu of tiranVr l''a
I mil lrly Jihm' sinetl I'raa I.V-,
S calM or llalllinore Toinatm-.. . 2.V
S i -na of fancy lane Tonialia. . .'J5i
I quart taT fan.) tranlaiH-a I.V
HI' tt.m. Calk...- av llamna . . . .
lletl Wolf liiflrt' .KM'!
Weildlnar ltrNikra. I'tiflif .UN-
Vlndilp (offiv MK-
2.V lllMMt 'niv iln-
SiK; IIimirI Con)'!'. 2.V
.V Itiaial iir' am-
17 Hat. or ( am Mitar Sl.iMI
S. III. MU k of Miliar SI to
t ilioen Mrli ilv I n-li l:it .VV'
S pkga. Vitntalde hiila toe
'J tia. fa my tlnl'ai Ht-ia '2M-
.Ml IIm. of MikIi I'aliiil Hour. .. .SI. Ml
S o. t Ilti 4.IoIh I.V
lo.ql. I.ttltaniil Calla
I V' lllm l.uin h lioc UN-
I.V- llMildli'd I'a.kcta UN'
Men' Si.MI Hum- SI. Ml
Wonwn'a Sl.Ml hhii SI.M
MiU' Sl .Ml hlaa SI IMI
1. 1 II lo llo twunt hlowa St 10
Men' Sl.Ml Kinl r ?.V
Mi-n'a 0o Swiiti M-
lill.lnir HV- hwcati-r 4f
WiHiM-n'a SJ.OO nwealixa SI 'J
All tiu ndii-itear lo ( Iim
Nit al Im than t'oM.
Mm'a we4l made Work Mtirla. . . . lov
le Sl.Ml ami SI.T5 llaia SI IMI
tlA-31S KoiHIi leiind HtreH.
Mi me SSI.
ALL (;ooi)i MJ.IVi:m:D.
Warden John II. McManua of the
alale pi'tiiientlury ciinie to Albuquer
que laat night, returning thla morn
ing wllh John Hiulth. ultua I'harlei
lluw k. the Quay loutity com let
who eacaped Ir.'lil the pi'iiili'iilbiry
huiiday and wna caiiuht yealcrday by
tt Hunlil l e nlfierr l laletH.
Wurdcn McManua expreaaea tlm
belief thu John t'aliodl, aenlenced lo
he hanged for murder al tiiillup u
week frtiin today, la tiiaune, mid thai
be haa been of iinaiiiiiid mind for
iiKinllia. Mr. M. Maliu imi tealiflcd
belore Judge Abbott of Cttnla l"e at
mi Inquiry uilo I hi ciiiiileoiio-d man'a
anility yentcrdiiy and iua atipporteil
In hla Icatimony by lir J.unea A.
Maaney, the pnkon tihyaiclnn. A
Npecial jury may be empaiincled to
paaa on ('ahoiH'a anility. Caliodi
w mm aentcticfd to hang a liionlh ago,
I. ut nut given a rcprtre by (i..erii.r
Mcliiimild pending un exdimiiiilion
I'ltn hi eaiiltv.
TINY TOTS MAKING
LONG JI1EY BY
Afler wiinIiIiik your hair with aoup
iilwna apply a little I Hin.lerilie (o lhe
ihiiIii In InvlHorati- lhe li nr and pre
ciil dryncaa. Heller atlll. uae aoni
" apuriiiKly aa poxullile m il IiihIc.hI
huve u "lluiiilei llie 1 lit .r t'li'ii.ise."
Juat inuiMlen u cloth w ith Immlei .:
and druw II tari'fully Ibroutih ont
hair, Inking one el rand ul u lime.
Tina will remove dc t, dirt und ex
ceaHlve oil. in u lew momenta you
will bv untiiM-d, oiir hair will ni.t only
lie cleaned, but It will lie wavy, llufly,
and uhundniit, und poancaa Ha in oln
puralile aoltneaa anil luater.
lleaidea clcanalng und lieaiillfyinK
lhe hair, one api,icatloii of liiiiuler
in,. diKanlvr every purticle of dan
druff: atlmuliilea the e.ulp. atnppniK
Ili'hliiK and fulling hair. Iiundcrlnc
la to lhe hair what rreah ahowera of
rain und aiiuahlne ale lo vi-gctutinn.
It gne right to the route, im laumien
and atrengtheiia them. Ila exhlliirul
Ing and lile producing pinperttea
cauae the Imlr to grow long, at rung
Men! I.HiI.en' You can aiircly hne
Iota nf charming hair, lii-t a .'.'.-eeiil
bottle (r Knowlmna i landei lov irooi
an drug iore or toilet counter and
, l.ood I'ookIi .Medicine for (Tillilrcn.
'om ini lug proof nf the rule cura
tive properlle of I'liumherliiiii
Tough Kemedy came from Mr. Mury
Kawcelt of ilrinncll, Iowa, who aava.
"Thumlii rlalii TuUgh Kemedy helped
ny littl,. boy a great deal when he
had whooping couiih. It la a good
medicine." Kor vale hy all drugglata.
Frominent Methodist Church
men Here Investigating In
stitution with a Vijw to Ex
tending its Activity.
Itev. II. A. Ituaaclt. 1 1. i). formerly
dean of the I lieoloirn ul ai honl nf
I'lieblu, Mexico, und now of Mount
Veliioii, ,.wa, and Itev. Thomaa Xli h
olaon. Ii. I.. coi'icapiindirig aecret a ry
of the board nf educaluin of the Melll
oil lt Kpiacntml church, of New York
cll, arrived In .Mliimuer iue l.ial night
for the purpoM- nf making a thorough
Invi'Mtiuai.lou nf (he A lliu.ucriie Hii
I U it I college, better known u Iho
lliirwond fi hoi for ilo
Ur. lijiHMi-it will be here for aoinn
lime, and if the plana of the i hun II
aiithoiitii-a with regard to the 110.11
luiti.ii ure cHrried out. will protuiMy
become pr.-M.I. nt nf the fn:tutlnn.
Mr. Xicholaon will leave Albuquerque.
Ihla evening, but haa apent the day at
the m lml looking lulu ii preaent con
dltion und piiMiHilitic It la pro
posed. If i niiillttona prove autlaf ie
toi) . to inui.'i i.iily toliir a. the a houl
both in eqiiiniH nt, liuililiim and
m 'ope nf the wmk und II I likely that
Mr .Vn-holMitri reeommentlatlona In
thin ii'iinnl w ill r 'un It in making thl
honl, now t cmniiiratlety mail
on', Ililn nne nf the moat important
church ciliir.tlion.il liiKUIutlnii in the
It tuiimeu and lr Mcholaon while
here uie KUita of He.. I". I', lieik-nuin.
Hudson- king; of motor cars
Hudson -king- of motor cars
Joe and Clara Odell Here This
Morning on Their Way
From Silver City to Osage,
Tliete huvv been some rt inai k uilo
liial.iiice of children pua!iig thinuiih
here oil long Journeva Mloiie but the
record waa broken Ihla morning b
Joe and "'Lira Udell of Hilvr Tily.
Tliou youiighlcra aie alx and four
ear old, rrxpeclivrly, and WM"
Uitiiid Uuiu sihur City, Ihvir buuii.
jrt2 ;: xxiii.
The Secret of Beauty FREE $
A Masterpiece in color by C. Allen Gilbert
the well known artist
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