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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL; FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1915.
THREE ill I! 5 SEEK TO EXPEL ALL HI I K Strong American Force Sent From San Diego With Or ders to Land in Sonora if Deemed Necessary, far MOBNINO. JOURNAL BMCIAL LBMtD Wll Kan DleKO, Onlif., June 17. Peril of American bp I tier In the Yaqul valley ,,f Sonora state brought orders toilny fur the dispatch of three cruisers fur die west couHt of Mexico and authori zation t Ailmirnl Thomas It, Howard in land an expeditionary force If he thinks best. The flagship ('(dorado mailed first, tindep orders from Wash ington, currylnK three companies of the Fourth regiment, lnlted Htates murine corps; under MaJ. W. X. Alc Kelvy. Somewhere off the coast of lower California, the radio bt'Kan snapping bnek orders from the admiral which Blurted the protected cruiser Chatta nooga nftpr the Colorado. The pro tected cruiser Italeiffh, also ordered to Bail bean gettlnR up steam and was expected to Ret away in the nltfht. j Ail three were destined for Tobarl hnv near Oinaymas, railroad terminus anil seaport In Honora. Ninety miles southeast of Guaymas is Ksperanza, where an American colony which has fiicirssfully resisted attacks of Yaqui Indians, Is reported to be again In danger. The Indians, who have de clared their Independence, seek to ex pel settlers from land which Is wild t have been taken from the Ynquis under the administration of President l orfirlo Dla. They were reported to ilny to have withdrawn to the moun tains. ' The three cruisers have available for landlnif purposes 1,100 officers and-men besides the marines. .1,11110 YAOlf INDIANS AUK NOW OX WAIll'ATII fin Hoard V. 8. S. Colorado, off F.n senada, Uiwor California, by Radio to San IMetfo, Calif., June 17. Reports f Ya'inl Indian activities received from Oniynias, Sonora, today stated that approximately 3,(MI0 armed raid ers had formed themselves Into bands and were carrying' their depredations inland from the mountains where they have been making their rendez vous. Part of the Yaquis, according to the report, lmvc left the Yaqul valley with their loot. This action was followed by the retirement of the greater part of (lovernor Maytorena's troops des pite the protests of many settlers. As the result of an attack by Ya nni Indians upon a work train of the Southern Pacific railway near Mapoll, Sonora last Saturday night, two men Here killed and eleven wounded In stead of one killed nd three wounded, as previously reported. Two Americans were among the; wounded. W. K, Bach, water super intendent of the railroad, was shot through he arm and W. P. Smith, a brakeman, was shot throush the hack. His condition was said to tie grave today. Five, of the wounded were Mexican soldiers. The 300 marines proceeding: to the scene of Indian disturbances on board the Colorado will be landed at Ouay mas, Sonora, It was decided today, and will be sent by Admirnl Howard In land, if necessary, to uid Americans. FOR KENT lloom, 25x50, facing alley In bushier section. Suitable, for plumbing or Hit shop, or Morase; heat ana waU'r Included. Apply this iifflo. THE USE OF SOAP SPOILS THE HAIR Soap should be used very spar Insly, if at all, if you want to keep your hair looking its best. Most soaps and prepared shampoos con tain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins It. The best thing for steady use Is just ordinary mulsifled cocoanut oil (which is pure and greaseless), it's cheaper and bettar than soap or anything else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuto will cleanse the hair and scalp thor oughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and mb It In. It makes nn abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, re moving every particle of dust, dirt, ilundruff and excessive oil. Th9 hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, bright, lus trous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mulsified cocoanut oil at any pharmacy, and a few ounces will supply every member of the family for months. PAJARITAN CULTURE STUDJEDBY SCHOOL IBPfclAL OlIPATCM TO MOHNINS JOURNAL) Santa Ke, June 17. The class In archaeology yesterday devoted itself to the study of the Pajaritan culture as exemplified in the cava and cliff dwellings west of Santa Ke and north of Albuquerque. Mrs. II. u Wilson, who led In the presentation ' the subject, drew an Interesting picture of the life of the cliff dwellers, their arts and handicrafts, their ethnology and probable origin. It was brought out that central New Mexico bus been drying up gradually since prehistoric times and that this was the main reason that the Pnjarito plateau was abandoned by Its prehistoric Inhabitants. These llrst built small houses and cultivated the Ileitis on an extensive scale. They then reared the great communal houses, having from MI0 to 1 S00 rooms, a prototype of the modern apartment house. Tho klva or sanc tuary was generally the starting point lor the community and no consider able ruin Is found but has Its klvas. Tho division Into summer and winter people came later. Tho meaning nf their fetishes, their anthropomorphic symbolism, the pic togruphs, their pottery, ull were de scribed and studied. At the class meet ing on next Wednesday afternoon, the subject will be studied In still greater detail, when tho Puye. will be the topic. It is there that the llrst excava tions were made by Dr. Kdgar L. Hewelt and where much light was thrown upon the customs and habits of the cliff dwellers who were of the long-headed type as against the round-headed Pueblo Indians. Mrs. richl lluys Painting-. Santa Fe, June 17. Mrs. N. Jl. Field of Albuquerque; today purchas ed one of the Parsons paintings on exhibit in the Palace of the Gover nors, In some ways the exhibit Is the most remarkable ever made in New Mexico. On July 15 it will be shipped to San Diego to be part of the ex hibit in the Fine Arts palace of the exposition. It is drawing crowds to the old Palace and Is being admired by connoisseurs from all parts of the country. llfold (,'ts Big Contract. Chicago, June 17. The various pub lishers who were awarded contracts for furnishing text books in New Mexico for the next six years have made arrangements, with Charles II leld company to distribute their books in the state. This is probably one of the largest contracts ever awarded to a local concern. FIGHT BETWEEN MININGMENMAY IE FATAL END i I L, R. Babcock of Kelly Inflicts Terrible Wounds on Roy Bonnett in Altercation Over Business Matters, NOT GUILTY, IS PLEA OF PIUTE INDIAN ray mohnino journal apcciAL lbabbo wiftai Denver, June 17. Tse Xe Gat, Piute Indian, pleaded not guilty in the fed eral district court today to the charge of murdering Juan Chacon. Mexican sheep herder, a year ago in southwest ern Colorado. His trial was set for July 6. It was the charge of murder against Tse Ne Gat that sent a marshal's posse to Bluff, Utah, to arrest Tso Ne Gat, who, surrounded by renegade Utes led by Old Polk, his father, refused to submit to arrest and engaged in a running light for several weeks last Winter; a light ended by surrender to fien. Hugh L. Scott, chief of staff of the United States army. Tsa Ne tla',, who has been a federal prisoner in a local hospital tinder treatment for advanced tuberculosis, Inquired eagerly for John Scott, other wise General Scott, who he believed will aid him in his trial. GERMANY EXPECTS TO HAVE GREECE AS ENEMY BY MORNINtt JOURNAL BPBCIAL LKABCD WIRB1 Berlin, June 17 (via Indon, 2:45 p. m.) The news of the complete victory in the Grecian general elec tions of the party of former Premier Vcnizolos, which is in favor of Greece's participation in tho war on the side of the allies, has proved an unpleasant surprise to the nevvrpapors of Germany. The K reuse Zeitung publishes a headline over the Athens election dis patches reading "The Next Enemy,' and pays: "With this result the return of M. Venizelosi to the government is as good as assured, with the support of such a majority in tho chamber (Ven Izclos has 193 seats and the govern ment 100 out of a total of 316), he I will be able to carry through against all otner innuences nis poucy or join ing with the quadruple entente." FOOD PRODUCTION OF ENGLAND CAUSES CONCERN far MORNING JOURNAL BPBCIAL LBABKD WIRB1 London, June 17 (11 p. in.) :Thei Earl of Solborne, president of the ! board of agriculture, has appointed a i committee of which Lord M liner is ; chairman to investigate and report "what steps should be taken by leg islation or otherwise for the sole pur pose of maintaining and if possible, Increasing the present production of food in England and Wales on the as sumption that the war may be pro longed beyond the harvest of 1916." (PfCIAL OI8PATCH TO MnRNINS JOURNAL Socorro, N. M., June 17. As the result of an altercation ut Kelly yes terday, growing out of a dispute over mining buses, ltoy Bonnett lies in a hospital In Socorro so badly beulen up that physicians express doubt its to his recovery, and 1 K. liabcock Is out on bond charged wllh ussnult. In the event of Itonnett's death the charge against Itabeock will be changed to murder. Bubcoekyls a pioneer cltiy.cn of Kel ly and a prominent mining man. Bon nett came to this section from Colo rado recently, and had had a number of business transactions with Bab cock. It is understood that the quar rel leading up to the tight grew out of differences regarding leases that Babcock had made tu Bonnett. Mfe Saml by Wire. Tho light took place In the yard of Babcock's home In Kelly and was witnessed only by Mrs. Babcock and a young lady visitor to tho home. Babcock claims that Ronnett advanc ed upon him with a, knife and in the struggle that followed, would have killed hjni had It not been for the In terference of Mrs. Babcock. lie de clares that he struck Bonnett across the face with a "double Jack," a min ers' Instrument, in order to save hi own life. The entire front of Iton nett's face was crushed In us a result of the blow. Babcock's preliminary hearing was postponed until It can be ascertained whether or not Bonnett will recover. HOME FOR TUBERCULAR CHILDREN TO BE TAXED BPICIAL OORRIBPONOBNCI TO MORNINa JQURNALI Alnmoffnrdo, N. M , June 17. The Alaniogordo home of tho Children's National Tuberculosis society will not be exempt from taxation, tor the pres ent at least, and as nuurds back taxes, which aro now delinquent. This Is" the decision of the board of county rommlssimers, which ha just pnsxed upon the petition which was filed for thH society by lr. 111111 Burmaster, secretary, with' headquarter at Chl- t'MKo. . ' This decision Hot to exempt tho property from taxation will have the effect of putting the property Into the. delinquent tax list, on which suit Is now Icing filed and which will be filed in the dlfti let court In July. The taxes assessed against this property for tho years of I'll.1. 1HIS and 1914. with accrued penalties, amount to $9.H. 'r. Paul Burniaster acquired this property from the ow Mexico Baptist college in 1912, under the foreclosure of a mortgage which covered u loan which lie bad tnade. to the board of trusties of tho collide. Some time in the summer of 1913 he organljieil the Children's National Tuberculosis so ciety and In ltM transferred his prop erty to the society. The property comprl es about fifteen MTes loculd In College addition. ,,n tho east side of Alaniogordo, wllh two two-story buildings, one of 'brick, the other of native stone. The denial of the petition for ex emption Is based , upon the lack of evi dence that the Institution Is to be one exclusively of charity. The official record reads: "As petitioner (I'r. Paul Burmaster, secretary,) does not furnish this board with any Informa tion other than the statement In his said letter that wild Institution Is one of charity, except as noted In said let ter; and as this board Is not in pos session of sufficient Information to justify it in concluding that it Is to be conducted as a charitable institution such as is contemplated by the taxing laws of this state; it Is therefore or dered that said application be and the same is hereby denied." The home here is the first nns which has been established uh yet, IT. Burmaster says the society coniclii plates eventually building and main taining In every tate a homo for the training and treatment (,f indigent tu bercular children. Thi soi let y will have to deTcntl Its claim to the prop erty In the district court, after the suit Is filed In July, or forfeit title, STRANGE FETISH FOUND AMONG PECOS RUINS IBRBCIAL CORRtaRONOBNri TO MoRNINB JOURNALI Santa r'o, June 17, In making pre liminary explorations around the Pe cos ruins A. V. Kidder found a stoiiii fetish, cawed In the Imitation of a bear. It had turquoise eyes lulnld In the store and an arrow lied to Its Snick. These stone fctlshea ure typi cal among the Pueblos, various ani mal forms being modeled, but espe cially the hcur.tlhr prairie dog, the mountain lion ami slind.ir sh-ipcs. dishing said; "Whenever Hie Sun children came across the pathway of one of those animals, were lie a great mountain lion or a mere prairie dog, (hey Htrii'k him with the fire of lightning which they carried In their magic slilcld, Thlu, and instantly he was shriveled and burned Into stone. Then said they to the animals that they had changed Into stone: 'That ye may not be evil Unto men, but that ye may be u great good unto them, havo we changed you Into rock vcr l.istlng. fly the magic breath of their prey, or by the heart that hhall en dure forever within you, shall ye bo made to serve Instead of to dewuir mankind." In prehistoric times tho fellshi-s were mostly of stone, hut In recent yours, they were also made uiit of pottery. 2F? OM.V A IT.W CAX i;. Those who are so fortunat 1 that ex pense does n it have to he considered ar now going to health resorts to get rid of the Impurities In the system that cause rheumatism, backache, swollen, aching Joints and stiff, pain ful muscles. If you are onp of those who cannot go, yet feel that you need relief from such pain and mluery, try Foley Kidney Pills. They restore tho kidneys to healthful activity and piake you feel well and si rung. Sold everywhere. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Wc have added a Musical Merchandise and Sheet Music Department to our piano store and to fill a long-felt want we shall sell hereafter all the lat est popular music for 15 cents which heretofore has been re tailed in this city at 25 cents. On more expensive publica tions we shall make a reduc tion in proportion. The same reduction in prices will apply on all musical merchandise. Wc carry a complete line of the McKinley Edition, which we will sell at 6c a copy. Place your order for music with us and we will guaran tee you prompt and efficient service. Outside orders solicited. BALDWIN PIANO CO. SI XNITVCTl ltl Hfi or PIANOS Al l'l.WKU 1'tANOH ll K Results From Morning Journal Want Ads ANOTHER GOVERNOR TO VISIT STATE BUILDING BPECIAL CORRIBRONOBNCB TO MORNIN4 JOURNAL) Simla Ke, June 17. Another gov ernor is booked to visit the New Mex ico building at San Diego, (iovernor Clark of Iowa, who gets to Han Diego on next Wednesday, accompa nied by his wife and daughter. Presi dent Ci. A. Davidson, of the exposi tion, announced today that the ex position is $74,(100 to the good; that the overhead cost of operation has been reduced to an equivalent of the actual cash gate receipts; that Its auxiliary income is sufficient to pro vide for a series of special events and show an Increasing monthly profit. ".Not a single month since the exposition opened have we shown a red tigure," commented President Davidson. "Considering that wo have pussed through the most unpromising part of an exposition year, we believe we have good reason to be proud." The visitor Is impressed with tho ef fort to maintain the verisimilitude of fcipanlsh and Spanish-American at mosphere. Halcony after balcony will break forth in Spanish melody; bril liantly attired groups of dons and senoritus pour forth songs from Car men or from Spanish operaa from behind semi-tropical shrubbery and pepper trees; a gaily decorated Span ish maiden suddenly darts from an arcude to render some old Mexican dance on the shaded slreets, or some toreador strums the guitar or man dolin to the melody of "Old Madrid." Thus, moment after moment, the pleased sightseer mets with some un expected diversion. Among the. 23fi out of l,r00 visitors to the Is'ew Mexico building, tho fol lowing New Mexicans registered on Saturday: Sue M. Zuver, Taos; Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Itose, Chillli; K. VlU' Johnson, Abbott; J. T. Villa, Haton; J, M. O'Prien, Koswoll; Dorothy ila.v ward, Santa Ve; Mrs. Cleona K Holmes, Albuquerque; Mr. find Mrs. Percy ICvans, Itosemary Kvans, Itos well, and Mrs. J. SI. Illazcr, Tularosit Visitors to Museum. Santa Fe, Juno 17. C. Iluxlett Huey and brother, Millard lluey, ar rived today from Detroit, Mich., to Join the summer school for tho next three months. They registered at the New Mexico museum, as did the fol lowing others: Estelle Ralrd, Clara" VVeyrieh, Plattsmouth, Neb.; John M. Allen, Franklin Allen, Galena, Kan.; A. Kmirk, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. W. YV Pose, Ft. Iouls; Victor Hlgglns, Chicago; Arthur Pierce Vaughn, Sun la. Harbnra, Calif.; M. J. Outhouse, Winifred Outhouse, Harriett Hay hurst, Loup City, Nitb.; Mrs. J. K. Godfrey, Worthlngton, Minn,; Miss Harriett Hutler, Miss Jessie llnlson Villar, Miss Antoinette Higelow, Itoul der, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hlorm, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Nobles, C,. C. No bles, Amarillo, Tox.; Dr. and Mrs. W. il. White and son, Greeley, Colo.; Mlns Martha Davis, Miss Kuenn Davis, Har risonburg, Va., El THREE OF A KIND They Can't Be Beat for Real Summer Comfort 2 An Ele&ric Fan Will Keep You Cool This Summer This it will do fur the small sum of i cent an hour. Your efficiency your spirits your day's work will improve with your comfort. An ocean breeze by wire at the turn of a switch. Stop in when you're down town and order your fan. f "lf'HMpBaBNN Ironing With an Electric Iron 4 Becomes a Pleasure It will save you so much time, energy and money will do. much to lighten your work. Yon will rejoice to see the hard work, the beat and fuss of ironing day wiped out. No running back and forth. No lifting of heavy irons. We hope we have said enough to show you what a splendid thing it would lie for you to have one. ft;;sfr tiff,' n : i'Jii 4 & mrsii if 11 A Cool Kitchen in Summer Our gas ranges are built so that the heat stays inside! Dread not the hut weather w4th a gas range in your kitchen. No "all in" feeling to users ' of gas ranges. Order now and avoid the rush. "At Your Service11 Albuquerque Gas, Eledric. Light and Power Company Phone 98 424 W. Central II A-TTinn til ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: v. ION STOCK ::: Hi The Leader Bankrupt Stock to Be Sold at Auction, Beginning Saturday, June 19th am instructed by the court to sell without reserve or limit the entire stock and fixtures of THE LEADER store. Everything positively goes in this sale for what it will bring. This stock consists of Hand Painted China, Dinnerware, Glassware, Hardware, Tinware, Enameled Ware, House Furnish ings, Christmas Goods and TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Don't miss this opportunity to buy your Christmas Goods. This Auction will start promptly " ' at 10 o'clock SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19th, and will continue at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Saturday and every day thereafter until entire stock is disposed of. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Come early and be with the crowd. Don't forget the hour of each sale ,. I ... - - r - h t r; J. L. GOBER, Auctioneer II. L. FOOTE, Trustee is; i