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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
VOU !M. NO. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW M
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1011.
VIVU 1. .NO. Mti
HMD AND YULE
GAME THIS YEAR
OF 0 TO 0
One of Orottut Contests Ever
SeH the Gridiron Be
tween Twft Leading Cl
left of tke United States.
BATTLE SURGE TO AND
FRO BETWEEN THEM
Excellent Work Done by tke
0) posing Teams With Hon
ore for Star Performances
Cambridge, ".Mass.. Nov
Harvarattmlth. left end.
Hitchcock, left locklo. Leslie.
left guard, Purmcnlrr, center;
Fisher (captain), right guard;.
tftorcr, right tackle; Fcltoti,
right ontli Onrdner, quarter-
back; Campbell, ltd half. Wiiii
dell, right dull! Huntington,
Yak- Awry, left end. Heully.
li-f l tackle; Frunpm, left guard.
Kclchum. Center; MoDrVltt,
right guurd. Paul, right tackle.
llociulst'r, right end; Howe
(captnjjil, quarterback: Tump,
loft hair; Hpaldlng, right half.
(lump called at : i ni.
Huferco. W H. t-itngford, Trm-
Cmplte, David U Pulti.
Fluid Judge, William Murc.
Head iMnmnin, J. M. Pe'idlo-
(Mr Rrnl(t HrIS A. I rfJ Wlrsi
CatMbrltfH'. NV. aa.--Hjilt! started
tin oatm by kicking ant of bounds on
Yet 3-yid lino. On the tint
ihiwH CaH mak iivdo yards around
Harvard's right end e n faku kick.
Chrip ktotH't! m tkc first a4
tho hall gwt away from the Harvard
back fkdl. It waa Yak'a ball on
. HvbK'm l7.-BftUHc. Spalding maths
four ytw4s t-huaiRh renter On a
wltm.,!ilft- Hiittiiit made four mote
Howe draw lt;k for n goal fro:i tlio
Held. There wnn n poor ihs and tho
tint! wrnl to llnrrnnl on Howe's ftim
ble. Ttm play was on Harvard's l.Vynrd
line. Wendell iiindr two yatila and
Yalo lost five yard for Intcrlorcnc.e
In thu center
Foltou kicked to the ccntet of the
field and there was no run hack Trie
rushes pelted Yaw but two yards nwd
Cainti kicked to Campbell on liar
varda se-yurd Hup. Ftvo yatds were
tuado on the run back. It was liar
vard'H ball or. tla-lr IT. -yard line. A
Yultt H.alty of pn yard for holding
iind a plunsc by Wrndoll placctl th
ball utt llartard'a S5-yard lino. Ftlton
kicked oritnlde on Yak'V .IS-yard IIhp
Ou n wing akltt Npaktltis toat Rvu
yarda uM L'attw Immediately Ulckud
to Camplll o Harvard' W-yord
yard llHe. Ptvtt yarda wori? wlnvd In
tho ceatv baek atht I ho ball waa In
tho ccHtaf of tlit) fk'ld In llarvnrd'a
III If U flflUBi
A fW) Mck and lun by Camubfill
and a tfWtUir back lilt-k by Oardnor
nt!tld ta-vwi yarda (r the Crlmaou.
Howe eaiMttl Campboll'a pant ami
ran tho Ml back five yaida to Yalo'a
:'5-ynrl CawpUll kicked on the
first dwH d H waa attain llarvwrd'a
ball In mh!-HM. Cip44l w4v U
yarda Ihraafrti cMUr Harvard waa
tipnallaH Kvt yarda for tk-tay. KcKm
klehea h ilw Hrat ikwn. Yala fwm-W-d
ami H waa lUrvara ball on
Yulv'a (rvtM-yard lino. Potior wt'Ht
In for Oafdner at HarvaitTa quarter
OH llkt rt thrwn WumkM could Hot
Ttei' HWf for n fofward jiaaa
AHd Ihn ball waa raiiRht by Kpaktliw.
It was Yale'a ball on hr yard IIho.
(!amp kk-kt-d mt of bound at Yalo'H
SS-yard 1I(H, IhiI tkra waa Iwd nrui
work by fhu Yaki forward and Yolo
waa jKrttallacd fifttan yard, tm-u
took Kraitcli' vdaco a loft Rtiard.
tirore uad Hrat peilod: Yule, 0;
Oiillcmr look l'nul'n pi arc at tuchlo
I'luy wkh ruMiiim.'il wllh (hit ball on
Hnrvnrd'a IK-yartl lim. Potior Mtexcd
n lltdd Koal bv half n yurd. Yak not
tho ball On ln-r 3iyad Mm). (Hi a
woitiTH HliI ft Hltclicovti broW iauHiM.
mid threw gpakUng tor n losa, "CiMip
on a rk kkk kbIkoJ n yard and l:lcl
I'd o (Mi aunt, ikiwa. Tkit ball wont
out m linawiaa oh Yale'a 40-yard lino
aad wt to Hrvattl ,
rMtr UMHf mnI Hh) IrtMo rpcovef-t-d
th Mt w IM M-yard Hm; On
a ifowWtt vm Cmii md a yard ami
pHtmrpf mum pvtri 1 1 wnn
Cawi iwrfyM tk' lM. Wnt Harvard
hffc M N)t., Caw) kktMd lo cA4r
M4d MMi whWo CattiplKdl wa cwMd-w
a tM bawtc b Ml artt-r NMliMMa tm
yawM. It waa Harvard' btfM mi
Yato'a H-yard lt. teywAaa ttaA
CafMtdMWa da-t at Irtt Mtir lawk (m
' Hrvrl, In a rivlayod mm MeyftaMa
m4a k vardti and akM hrc yaiiU
hhb, Yal waa Hmm mmMmhI five
yafiU htr aY.ii4a (itoy. h waa (far
vard'a hMMoa Yaa'a 45-yafd Mm,
TiMM ipaMttnl Im ve ynt tor n
M )AvW mm- triM a fwrward
iHbw tf tfc hM womL ia YaM m (i
inlil flcW Ptillbla could not twin and
thH rnaia allll another woxtorn ahlfi
Phllbln mado nro yard it nml Yalo
inndo n ck'vor attemtit ni ahort on-
aldo klcklHR, Tho ball went to Har
vard on her own w-ynrii line. rot
tor klrked to Camji on Yalo'g to-ynrd
linn and then Yal tried a torwnrd
pns. It droHd oh the Krouad and
Ynt atlll retained (lio bnll. Camp
pmiitd to HeyiHiWH, who waa thrown
back for a loa of a4x yards, lloth
aldva tiled ruBhlHK for oe down atid
thrii Klcklwi. 111 tluctuatkiK be
Iwpph tho 49-yard llnra. Jtewclu'or ,
dUkKatPd h4a rlM arm aad Mlit-lton
took hki f4a. M waa Yato'a ball on
their own t yrd Hw?.
On a I)unafta4 wIhk ahlft llown
niude it a tort i4jm on Yato'a HO-ynrd
line. Avory w Injured. Willi
about two minute remaining In Urn
aacond period, Yalo had. the bull ou
Ita 54-yard line, bat continual to play
Howo tried n run from ft faku kick
and wna thrown, Mia four yarda.
Cajip kicked to Reynold on Har
vard's. S.Vyard llao. Avery ttnew tho
Harvard back lor no rraln. llurvnrd
kicked to the ctmter of tlio field
whero Howe waa tackled for no n.iln.
On tho weaterH uhlft Phllbln xnlned
a yard and tku Ya'o triH o forward
paaa, brt, r4wl Yale still had thu
ball, Camp received tho ball on n
p&or kick nnd hurled It- There wan
a Dcramblii MKttt ball wonl to II n v
vardjMt ar iwn 46-yard Hue.
Score ed second torlixl. Yale. 0;
Harvard kicked off to Yutu'tt four
yard line. whf tho ball went out of
boutida, Ya trtttd n Iohx forwnrd
)aM with Avery twenty yarda away
on tho other aide of tho field, and an
tlio ball fell It waa taken back to the
tour-yard IIho and tho play repeated.
Camp kicked to Reynokla, who fuin
bled and Ynlu got tho ball on their
own 38-ynrd line. Camp punted IiikIi
to tho Harvard buck neld. whero the
ball wa fumbled on Ynlo'a 35.vnrd
line. Howo dropped back to Ynlo'a
38-ynrd lino for u field Konl. The ball
niliHpd and w:m ulven lo Harvard
on their 25-yard line. On n double
pnxH Keynolda wim thrown buck, Ion
Inn four ynrd. Wendell mudo bU
yards nnd Harvard kicked to Yale'a
IS-ynrd line, where there waa n fair
catch. Huhea by Hualdlng and Phll
bin gave Ynlu a Hro down on Hai
vard'a 48-yard line. Short rufihos by
Ynlo kvi Harvard tho ball on their
own I'm yard lino.
Wendell til most eluded Ynlo'a for
wnrd, but waa hurled back, lotting
three yard. Fellow pttilted nnd Yalo
ran It back aoventcon yards. Phllbln
drevo IhroiiRh rentor for Ihe yard
nnd Ch.i:p punted to Harvard' 10
yard llnu on tho third tlown, key
tiolda ron half way acroaa the field
on n Ittko kick, for a lots of five yardi.
Huehea by Cnnip put thu ball on
Yalo'H sa-yard line nad thou Yulu
hlcktil to Harvard'! Xl-yurd line.
There wiis a mix up and It wan Hur
vard'a ball In center Held. After two
ahort riirfbt-tf Harvard htefetd nnd It
wh Yolo'a ball on tnolr 8-yard lint.
Perry took (lulletir'a place
Camp kicked to Kcfynolda on Vulc'a
CO yard line. .Harvard uncovered n
forwurd paau and acored It flrnt down
with the ball on Yale's 40-yard lino.
On thu Hecond down theru wua hold
Ins by Harvard and n loss of flltetn
yarda by the Crliimoii. Heyuoldri ran
It back ilxtcvn yarda and then thero
wua u forward pan by Harvard. The
bait went to Harvard again on Yale'a
28-yard Hue. The play lor the third
period ended with tho ball in tnki'a
poiao-nlou on their own 10 -yard line.
tfeoro Yale, 0; Harvard, 0.
HuhxtltutoH went in in drou-a for
the loot period.
Camp kicked out of bounda ofl
Yale'a J3-yard Iwe, where tho ball
went to Harvard. There waa holdlstc
by Ihrvard and the ball went back
lo Yale's 35-yard line.
Smith waa Injured. TlnT. ball wa
Ilnrvitnl'H on Yak'a &K.yard line.
Harvard trieit n forward paaa but
Howtt rawiht I he Iwll and It waa
Yalo'H ou their 30-yard line. Howo
kicked out of beuwJa on Yalc'jt D3
yard Hue Heynoida tried Yale'a left
end for no (tain. Hartanl waa forced
to kirk and it wa Yare ball oa
their own Vyrd line. Thwo waa
holdiiiR in the- Harvard linn and it
wn Yale'a bM n their own 42-yaHi
Tho HlruKKk) waa that of Titans km
acitlier aide gained ud nppre4aiki
advnntaau and tho gam ended with
a score of 0 to 0.
DOWN ARMS TO
American Federation Qraitk
Men Witk Xammer All
They Ask and Tkey Will
Hy Kvwttax HttmtA A. I. H'i)
At Until. Ou., Nov.' 35. HecamW liKi
prcsen' conveHlloa of, tho AMtrlH
Federation of Labor haa granted tiw
UHlted lirothcrliood of Ciuymk4
evvrythlUK It hna asked la le miti
ter t ttwiiiniltfory amaajMrnatiaMa, taw
flfajanltathm, with a mwtibeeahlp ef
dOtf.MK, today agreed to ro-eflter th
m4144i,' trade ikparlmat ami nbtta
by It k deckXofi.
SAl.tHl.N MF..V tN
PAY Till CWNK
Juiiae Abbott Ink) thin afternoeW
InforiiU'd the Imllcted hatnunkpap
that ir thuy ileiared to plead aulh-y lo
vlolatlna the IKiihh- taww mwIM
to election day clonta iiB.l py tftf
co4 hu wouM mA lafHct twim1
HaMlea. The alter Hy Infiifwmt
tfte rHirt they whuM ttfo ih whkm
up with their enema hi naiv.
I TD BE
Death Follows IUhcm in De
hying Profre5 ef Trial of
XeXamara in Los Angeles
IS SERIOUSLY ILL
(Hr KwhIbk Hrral A. I. I.rril Wire)
Loh AliRplea, fit I.. Nov. 25. Dentil,
which liua liorrpd over the proitn-H
of (ho MeS'umaru nuirdor trial,
Blruok today t'hnrlea Ki.ion, broth
vr of Juror J. II. Kenton, died utter
an extended lllni-oa at 7 o'clock, nnd
Judso llonlwll adjourned court until
It wnx Htlpulnli'd tlmt Huxtuii ko
home ui liny tlmu he wlilied with
pcrniinxlou of tln court.
To Juror F. U. Oreen wn aruntrd
the name prlvlU'Kr. Oreon'H wife I
KrMV. Iy ill
YUAN SHI KAI IS
IN IHE LAND
Both the Rebels and the Man
chus Now Begin to Doubt
His Sincerity and He Is
(Mr KttalBB HcraK A. f. LaM Wtra)
PeklnK, Nov. 2S 1'rciiiter Yuan
Phi Knl'H I'Odltliin In bpcumltiK more
Inlolorulilc dully. Neither the llftil-
chtiH nor tin- Chliii-xv trut hi in nnd
tho-Jhiaiiphtu uru bKcoinlni; mori i-uh
The iiioderutcM tin nut lunllule to
wiy that If Yuan had n-utalncd nt
CliiiriK T.. Ku the court would now
tic ht Jehol nml thu ri'luilllon didi-ri.
Many t'liini-Kp bullcve Hint while
Yuan In n-nmurlntf forelanera with u
view tn obliilnlntr h loan and plucut-
Inn thn nioderntcn with pretpiuli-d
puplflr nipiuurvH. he la In reality In
tent on Mernly eruihitiK the rvbrlllun
The continued flahtluc at Hankow
and nritr Nonklnir In taken an lend
ing color to thin biillef. The Iniper-
IsllxtH utter an nltuck on Hnnkow
that InMi-d thlrty-lx hour, were r
pulm-d at Thu rml ii y nitd driven back
aeruaM the Han rirer with great Iom.
ANOTHKU M.VNCIttr FOIIT
HAH Iti:i:. T.VKKN
Nnnklne, Nov SR (WirckM to
Knanahal). Tho revolutionary force
today captured Tlacr Hill fort outukte
the wull ot the city mid which com-
mand thf city and river. Several
his KUiiH wero taken. A number of
Imperially huvo Joined the rcbclf.
WILL NOT STRIK
Ixeoutives of the Interna
tienal Shop Employes Ac
ceted Railroad's Wage
and Labor Schedule Today.
miHialaa; H.ruM A. t. tMu VbtM
Chicago. Nof. 26.-Uxecutlvp of
the international union ot xhopmoii
(ilnployed by thu Hock Ixtand rullroud
tutlity occeptcd the road'a wage nnd
labor m-hcdtitf. thu piullng talk of
a strike Which would huvo affected
AY AIAOIHH H.TIL l'ATAU
(My Kt-44k UmrmH A. V. H Wbtl
lilrnilnmuim. Alu., Nov. 26, M. K.
Torphy was burned to deatk yeler-
day arternoun under umnuul clrcum
idance, lie hull rubbed hi body
with alcohol after taking 11 bath mid
tho iilcohol caiurtit fire from an open
arate. ertveloplHir 111 body with
flame, Mo .was to linvo been mar
I Mr Hmll A. P. Lmb1 Wkll
At Chleaao Flint half: Chl
,co. st wicohIii. 0.
'' At Champulgn. 111. First halfj
Mlnn.jiotu. Si llllliol. 0.
At Lincoln First period; Ne-
bfaku, Ot XIpIiIkao, 0.
At Hiiltlmore First halfi Car-
lhtk. 17; Johns Hopkins. 0.
At Iowa city rtrst jwions,
lMWav 0 Northwesterii. 0. ,
At IM Molnta First hKV
Ames, t, DtaScei 0. t
BY iOBE OF
3 tO 0
FrankliM TkA Afain Sees
Battle for llosd Between
Twe Irrceinoilable Braaeh
ets of tke Service.
S&RE IN THIRD
Men fromvtlie Point Clearly
Outclasftod' from the Start
but BatUe Bravely Until
Philadelphia, Nov. :S. Thu
Army Wd. left end; De-
vore, left, tickle. Arnold, left
ituard; f'leWfi. center: Wnltiin
ley, rlKlit auard: I.ltlk-Jjhn,
rliiht taukk- look, rlKlit end!
IIutt( captain), ouiirterbuck;
llrownp, .lefts half. MucDonuld,
rlaht Imlt; Kyen, fullback.
Navy Hamilton, left end.
llrown, IpfOtncklc. Wukcman,
left tfiinrdr Wli;mii, center;
Howe. rlKhtj Buardi Itedman,
riKiu iiiciiie; -Mcneavy, riitni
end. (Jllchrlfil. uuurterback;
Dalton (caVWIni, Icft-hiilfi M
chollx, rlRliniiilf. Ithoadvs, full-
Claine caHcd at 2 p. in.
Umpire, 'Miiirp, Yule.
Klelil JutkK'. Marshall, Hur-
MncsmaH Hmllh, Prnnayl-
(Br Htratas Htratd A. . 1uim- W'lrv)
Frunkllii Kift-lil. Phlladclpnlu. Nov.
20. The Army lind Navy tiarnw f-aniii
on the llctd within u few momenta
of euch other at 2 o'clock and thu
noise begun. ,
The Nuvy won tho Ions und selected
the west gnui; wllh th'u wind at It
back. fftlK, ttjt- army the kick, off.
At Sttt'tltinfeinr kicked-to1 Nuy 'a
30-yard llnurniid. MeUcuvy took the
punt. He wn downed without guln.
The Natxfol'edrto gain nnd Dultoii
punted to the Army' 33-yurd line. Un
the tlrst play lir'uwue or the Cadet
broke through the Navy llnu fur llf
lien yards, Another pluiiae put th
ball on the Army SO-vanl lino und
IIvp more yard weri uddwl by Keyea
around the Navy rlRht tut. F.illlng
to muku a further gain KVyea nt once
punted to IChoade who was downed,
on the Navy tO-yiird line. Captain
D.i! Ion Immediately punted to the
Army 3i-ftrl line, A penalty gave
thn Army li yardu And It wit their
lull on their own 60 -yard line.
Another penalty gavo tlm hull to
the navy In mid-Hub nnd Dalton again
kicked out of bounds behind thu Army
goal. Keyes punted to tho Army Ck
yurd line. Hrre tho Nnvy wan pen
alised fifteen yards for holding nml
Dalton kicked to Army' tweniy-ynril
Hue nnd tho punt was returned to
nild-Iluld by Keyes.
Mclteuvy mailo fleo yard through
thu Army's left taeklo nnd thru Dalton
punted on th Army' 25-yiird line.
On u subHt iiieat punt Mclteuvy
fumbled nnd It waa the Army'H bull
In mid-Held, Keyea mado thlrlupit
surds before hr ws stopped by Mut
ton 011 thn N'.ivy'H'Mt nd.
MacOonald mndJ(vo yards through
center nnd Keyea 'daahed through the
Nn-y'a right sldeni tho Navy'a 25-
yi-.rtl line. Her Mtatt fumbled, but
recovered the bull SMHt u moment Inter
the Army tost liftmen, yard for hold
ing. Thu Arm pwated and It was the!
Navy bull on ther 25-ysrd lino when'
the Ural period c.itM.
nillesplo took Wi&dH' place lit tb"
Army line. up Ipakon kicked trr
llyntt, who was dw'npd on I ho Nuvy
IS-yard line wherefltown of the Nu
vy wait hurt.
When piny wui- resumed Koyts
went Hirough Niii-y center for llvut
yurds ami then punted to Nuvy It
yard murk. Dulton liumuillutcly re
turned the punt oml iHyutt clulmed a
free catch m thuXiv 4S-yurd Hue.
Keycs was ugittu .jrfvon tho hull unit
went through ihi-iJVavy4 team for thir
teen yards. j
2dcUoiuld placed the bal on tlu
Nuyya 2S-yard lle; Ah attempt lo
again buck the llaufalkd ami Kuyivi
essayed un unsucceaaful fluid goal from
thu 85-yard ime. 7yKo Navy kicked
out to mld-fuld whfo tho Army gut
the ball und Kryt puttted to tho N.t
v'y'a 16-yord Ime. Th'o Arhiy got thu
ball 011 the Navy 4B-yrd line, Keyea
went around Hi- Nitvyleft tdo Wr six
On. u Un right wkig shift the Ar
my puntoil to ttiu Syy 2-yrd llai
an4 Dalton puntMsT Ttoe. Army hj
turneNtho kick. Wso'Xavy km ttv4
yaed and tlion ltaPHtNoM moao foy.
hat4ia. The Nar pit, the ban W
. her own 40-yard lsa. Nlcho4a mM
a pt4ly run. Nitvy, sw4e five yaM
through center u4XcHrav W'imt
! tN-nuffh to the Wt omt 3S-yarit
llM A Vint ma.1 mimmij t.l tkJ
' teound on tlu 30-ias mrk nnd I)al
ttflH kicked a b(iiWwl goitl from'
. . . B , 11 1 " - J- T'rrr v . .' I . . .1
jAm-'. Tha ArmjlJtlii(l'to Navy'rf
W.yartl im. rsm--w yfrln lMltorf
kicked- The bii went to Navy on
It own 3j-vnril inn Datlou punted
to mid-field Ki yen mink 1111 gnln nnd
the Army iunii. to tiie Navy's 25
yard line, where in. second period
Keore Niiw. .1 Aruo.O.
When the Army lined up Wood was
hack nt lift end, replacing Olltespie.
nml Cook took Hodges place for the
Army The Army kicked off and
llrown ran Dm ball back to the Navy's
Ifi-yard linn. Dnlton mndii it slxty
yiird punt The Army Inntnhtly re
turned It and Hednmii .ran tho ball 1
back fifteen yards tit tlm Armra to- 1
yard line. Dalton made, live ynnls 1
through the Army's left tnckle, Dal- 1
ton punted lo the Army's. 13-yiini:
line. Keyes returned it. Tho Nuvy
iiauss iiiiien 10 loueit inc. nan nna me
Army got It on Hh own iS-ynrd line.
MncDomild went through Ntyw cen
ter for fifteen yards to Hip Anffy's 5'
Kees 011 n take kinking formation,
made twenty ynnls to the Navy 45
Tho same play repenici'i guvo
Keyes only three yards.
MuDonuld lost tliree ynnls on n
line huckltig piny and Keycn puhled
tn lihude who wus downed on tho
Navy 13. yard line.
(lllchrlsi signalled the ball to Nlch
oils, nho fulled to gain nround lft
Ri.vnr,! n.,. .,.....,i i..
llhoiide un thu gn-yard Una and Dal
ton punted to mld-lteld. Keyes tried
tlit Nuvy lit!., for no gain but the
Navy was pcliullsod lltteen yurd for
holding. With tho ball on the Navy
tu.ynrit line, Keye went through
Navy for eight yards. Keyo tried u
field goal but tha kick wbs twenty
five yanU slinrt. DnltoiiLsrnled hi
liiiml for m free kick 111111 punted to
Key on the Army 40-yard line.
Keycs run the bull buck through N'aVy
for 42 yard to the Navy' S1-ynrl
line. A fuke kick lost the A. my live
Knlslon took llrown's pl&co tit Na
vy's loft tackle.
On an cxeimnne f punt It wus th't
.Army- ball on tlielr own' 4.1-ynnt
line, where the third pei-lod ended.
The fourth period was marked by it
struggle such us seldom has been seen
In former meetings of the rivals. Dal
ton mntte freiiu-nt Rains for the Mid
dles. There wa no moru scoring,
however, the Hunt result being 3 to 0
In favor of the Navy.
Leader Himself Suceeds in Es
caping After Followers Arc
Routed But Morales Among
HAS SLIGHT LOSS
(By KnalaK Its ml A. V. I.asr4 W!rs
Mexico Clly. Nov 25. Might hun
dred Zapatistas led b) General Znpata
havo been defeated by about 430 fed
eral troops under (iarrlu Arngon al
ttaiitn Ann, niter nn ntl-iluy battle,
Hlxty-two of thn enemy weru killed
lucludlng .lestis .Morales, a leader,
who had mudo much trouble for tlio
govern nont. und miitiy relhers weto
(wounded y.upiitn cscapwj,
. Aragon lost oiio killed end live
DARDANELLES TO BE
Russia Informs France and
Other Powers That Italy
Must Not Go Too Far in
War on Turkey,
(Mr i:eulB Herald A. I. t.rastd H'lr)
Purls, Nov. 2,1. ltusslu today In
formed Franco ami tho otlior powers
Ihat alio Inslsta upon the neutrality
of the Diirdiinollos us provided In
the lreuly of (. Ion In t7l This
nntlllcnllon follow tha report that
Hub. In furthering the wnr against
Turbo, ititemlud lo hlochado tho
IS KTII.Ij AT KWUiK
AllhuuHh ills comratlo and fellow
prisoner. Mert-lildo MarlliivX wus
captured here Put nlnht ami taken
o funta 1-V this morning oh No. 10,
Juan Ourcln. n t-nuvi-t wln eseuprd
recently from liu MokoIIoii road
Wilding camp, Is Mill nt large. Mar
Woes was raiKiirid here just night
by quard Antonio l astuhi und lodged
k tho clly huKtii. but (lurcla. who
wM seen In nil uilrv last night, save
Ws4eeman Hinds iv run to llarelur,
V eitiiting nun. pm iiioii no
, Af Mki has been had.
police offlaers ure on tha
fw thu man. nnd it Is likely
aj. w!l b captured suou If ho
'm' wis locality.
As tllC Days U0 by He LOOIUS
Larger and Larger as Presi
dential Possibility nnd Poll
ticinns Arc Anxious.
THEY SEEK TO MAKE
HIM TALK ABOUT IT
WushltiRtun. Nov. 2:1 Theodor
Itooaovclt has set the politician -it
the national ctipii.il j,uciJlii't hhrib
H11111 ui ntiy tlmu hIikhi the ui wheu
"'c presldotilliil u.o s-ior4hl waa In
uouoi uie seiison prior 10 uie iiaiiuie
al ciiiupnlgn of 10ot. To Ignore this
fuel I slmpl) lo blind ore nelf to
the most Important foa.uro of tho
ptcHhlcnllu! sltuntlon 1 1 till lime.
Tho upshot will be - coiiumed er
fort on tho port of the nnll-Tiif pro-
l-resslvcH to forco a jshUIvo dccl.ua-
tlou from tho cx-iireslilum leKaruitig
hls uitltudu towitnl cnndldalcrf in tho
Impending contest, in fact, tho wlrcH
nto ilrcady being laid n brim; th!a
Despite the provtuliKlv detlnied
poslilou of Colonel Koovtk thnt ho
would inko no pirt us IiuIacoii rivals
for the IteiHibllcitii not.ilntil-ni In .1)12
und the iiiidurstaiidlnir th.u undur t.o
c-. eumstace wotilil ho 1st ti tamlldnto
tiRnliim ('resident Tuft, (hu develop
menu or thu last tow days ntivo
evolved a situation wholly dlffuteut
from anything ImUcu..:.! In thu culler
s'ARes of tho present stMigitit'. A
Krent gnmo l in' ni pbyol or tl.o
I Ins nro being so. tip f r ono ,in
if (ho sago of Oyttor Hay la tiblq to
ieo wllh it In illoiiv t: will no u
aurprlsu to ninny.
Thu Insurgent progressives nro tha
most perturbed by reason of tho turn
affair have taken. Ileyond H doubt
the lt Folletto movement hna been
considerably embarrassed by tho re
vival of talk In favor of Hooaovclt
a n candidate next year on the part
of certain anti-Tart Kepaalicane in
different twttaiw of th ewmtry.
Miost notable hi tho embarrassment
observed In tho proeedlnn under the
niisptces of the Ohio progreaslvea In
Ohio recently, where Itooaovelt
speeehoa and ltoosuvelt euthuki
formed tho striking features. Borne of
too comment Is to tho effect that this
was it deliberate plan of friends of the
ex-presldent to keep tho progrcsfllvo
movement In the president's state
from becoming entirely 11 Iji Folletto
Ijj Follotto'B llouteuiiiitfl hero are
boasting that they have tho situation
so well in hand In Ohio as to Insure
not only tho breaking of tho delega
tion to tm national convention, but
Biibstantlatiy n solid delegation oppos.
en to tlio president At tho mimo tlnm
tho I .ft Folletto tnanagera were pm
(lalmlng aupjiort of li Folkitto
through tho recent Itoosevelt editorial
on thu trusts, however, other per
sons were busy inciting ii fresh clamor
for tho colonel (o assume thu leader
ship nnd "savo tho party
Now ll aoema to im the fouling In
shine uuarlertf that unless Colonel
ltoosuvelt sees 111 to slop (ho now
movement In IiIh tuvur wllh perempt
ory dcclaintkui, coupled perhaps with
h showing of profetenco which ho
hitherto !ih avoided, tho pioj?ielvo
movement will Ih broken up and thu
ntitl.Tafi camiwliin rendered absolute
A corelatlve view llmllng expression
Is that If Colonel itoosevelt allows
niHlterii lo gxi on as (hoy hnve started
w ihtn tho last three or four diiy ho
will bo nn Important personal fnrlor
lo deal with in tho eatupnlgn for the
presidential nomination next year.
AntlTnft polltklaiiH mo mil nn
tiiliiilfiil of tho fact that .illeitmf
Hpnkoamon for tho tilira-ponaorvntlvo
elonieiit In business us well m jmiI
HIch nro ronvdjliig to the country
eorrcsiKindoutH t,0. ,iu fur nuvo
been tib o to reach the opinion Unit
Itoosevelt will JmvH to Ik tii'smi up
iiKulu by tlio Ilepiiblleuti partv ns the
solo meuiiH of KOlVttlloil.
REMAINS OF FIREMAN
AND KRAKKMAN SfNT HOME
Tho body of Flrenmii Frank A.
wcott s t0 h( ecm tomorrow nignt
to hi homo In clov. i is oxpocted.
His In other will arrive mulgm from
Washington to take the body in lis
lost rusting place, tin- runeriil liuviug
been dclnyod until ihla arrival
Tho bodv of llmkemaii Gwirge O.
riiorno will bo scut to his homo In
Tiiickco, Calif. Monday night, it Is
believed, us his sister, who I to ac
company fho remains, wilt urrivo
born tomorrow night.
lloth men died or injuries received
In ho wreck near acholic. .V. At, last
Moaday uftornoon lloth sustained
frightful burns and suffered from tho
heavy shook Of tlto collision.
litf Kiratsir Itrrsld A. I'. Immi) Wlre
Xw York. Nov. 2B. The
statement of oleurlng house
bunks for tho wsek jhow tlmt
tlio bunks hold o,37E,830 ro-
servo In eos o legal reimlre.
menls. This Is a deoreaso of S,-
705.28Q fn tho proportionate
cash reserve as comnired with
last week, 4
IRS. PATTERSON IS
IN MESHES OF
District Attorney Force Xc
ts Take Baek Seme of tk
Statements Ske Made m tkc
WOMAN DECLARES SHE
FORGOT ABOUT LETTER
Is Also EmbarraiMwd When
Asked Why She Had tkf
Wreng Initials Plaosd on, a
Trunk Ske Recently Bought
(By KtpsUc Htra44 A. P. Ix-ar Wife)
Denver. Nov. 36, Prosecutor Heti
son compelled (Iciiliule Olbsoti Put-ti-rsou,
on Irlitl for the alleged mur
der of hur husband, to reverse u reply
which shu made yetcroy when thu
cross exiimtliutloti of the defendant
was resumed In Juflgo AUeuV court
today. The defendant admitted writ
lug a letter, although She denied tha
The letter declared Ihat if thu elder
Mr. Patterson would not puy her
son' hospital bill lie could send
him to Dunning, tin institution main
tained by Cook comity, In which tho
city of Chicago t situated and ta
which, hmong other patients. Impov
erished consumptive uru consigned
by court order.
Yesterday when asked If she had
written such a letter, the prisoner nit
swered with n denial. When thu let
ter was shown her today she re
versed Iir replj.
"Ytm said yesterday that you did
not wrlto It, did you tion"akMt
Did 1 say nnythkHr like that?"
Mrs, Patterson countered wllh dU
"I did not remember Hint leltsr
"You did not know 1 hud It llw(."
replied Mr- 'Benson ' wllh u rkn
Taking up I he twrcHaa ot trunk
by Mr. Patter, o which aha ha;
caused to. bo ,lmyrtat4 u the lalttata
"fi, n" Mr.lBwsniMitr4W NfhV
slip hud not uwed her lnltMhi: us k
"Hecuuse'I waa expecting to aecu'ra
a divorce nnd resume my maldet'i
name," was the reply, somewhat de
fiantly. "What" You did thl at the time
you were writing endearing letters tt
your husband, telling him to W
cure of lit health; that you wet
coming to htm within u month ami
declaring that you must inner t
separated, again not even u nlaHt,
from your 'soul" main'?"
"Yes," she answered, still detitinlt-
MARTZ STORY. IS
Testimony Before Steel Inves
tigation Committee It. Char
acterized as Unqualified
(Hr UtrnlHK llrreld A. I'. lod Hlr
Dlillltli, MI'iii., Nov. 25 DoiiyiH'
as un "iiiHiiialllleil und mullcloiw)
falsuhnoit" Hie U'stlmony given reJ
eeiitly by C. II. Marin before the coiij
gr-Hsloniil coiuniltten Invrstigutlng thn
I'nlteil .Slates .Sled corporation, Jos
epjt D. Cotlpn of Dulutli, atlorney for
the lloekcfellrr liiturcsU on thu Irott
range, ami former utiorniy for th
t'nlliil Btutea Hti'ttl corpnrutioii, today
leu sr.. plied u statriiu-n' to Augustd
O Stanley, chairman m the imcstlcut
CANVASS OF VOTES
Outcome ef Reoeut Election
Should Be Definitely Kkswu
During Cowing Week; Both
Parties Name Attorneys.
Tho offlulHi efiliv.iui iif the fates tit
tho last election will start MotMttty
when the secretary of the territory,
the attorney general und tho cuts
Justice ot (ho supremo eourt will take
up the work. It Is vueotcd tkmt the
complete results of tho election will
bo known next week uils iwloftl
seen complications arise. It it) un
derstood that both tho HepuhWca
ind Demouralto (HMrllea have naswW
attorneys to bo pret und repreaMt
thorn at the canvass,