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(JO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1012.
TEN PAGES TODAY
. YUUAYtt NEWS TODAY I
; Tim get in tlm ItKltAIiP.
ftijrtjr; &ttt n month or in will ;
wcrii Uvtlvrcl at your doorj !
flftr wilU by audi.
mm a tie nuo
fflUBUNE-UTIZliN.
Vol. . No. as.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW
voi a,NO. inc.
J2
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V
MNAMARA PUNNED
TO MURDER GIRL
STENOGRAPHER
IS
"Witness in Conspiracy Trial
Bares Story of Flight of
Dynamiter From Scene of
Los Angeles Tragedy.
BOUGHT ALARM CLOCKS
IN WHOLESALE LOTS
Uy Lease Wlra ta
BvtnlaK llrraldl
IlldlllllllpOllH, Nov
Hi JlllllcH II.
McNmniim'H Might rrum I .oh A
lift IT III- lllcW Up the THlll'H llllihHllg
there un October 1. I!t, IHh v
preyed hope Unit (In- cxpioHluii would
lie attributed lu cHCipcd Kilt In III'
hiiHciiifiit Mini IiIh ri'iiiirli'il iir"h.- lu
murder it wimiiiiii HtciioKruplic r cm
plojcd by the Iruiivvurkcrn' tmluii "bi
cause hIk- knew Ion much," were re
lated nt tlic "dynamite coiiHpliniv
irlnl lui'nv Ii Frank ICekhon
!;) hon . ii ihIkIiIidi unti fi'iinii r
llio McNumura fuuilly In i'Iih-IiiiihII
ti'Nlllli'il Unit two weeks utter tin
LuH Allgcll'H cXplOHlull 111- VVIIH HCtlt
I iv .1. .1. .Mr.N'iillluni lei the limine l
Mm. Alice Niilib, McNuihiiiu'h Mister.
Ill llilllilgh. Nell.
"I lili'l Juiiich II. I here, ' mi Id Ki'K
hurr. "lie hud dlHglllHcd IiIiiihcII n
much iih poHHlhlc. He uppcarcd all h
penile iiliil talked i r l 1 1 1 1 ri s IiIiiiki'II
Then 'Iih asked iih If I noticed In tin
newspupers whether people thought
lilt' CXplOHlOll HUH I'llUMCtl bj CHt'llplHg
gHH III till) bllHOHelll.
'One llilng he mi Id he wanted done
wan to kill MInh Mary ('. O.vc, a
Htcnogriiphnr at union lieadiiiiii icr in
liidlaiiapollH. lie i..d she knew too
1 1 1 1 1 c 1 1 ahoui dynamiting, and hi !iu
posed to talk lo J. .1. aliniil liming
her gotten out of the way. Ho said
he thought II would he n kooiI Idea
It' I tol low I'd her mi a train and put
n Miiall numb under her, limed no
thai It would explode after I nut off
the irnlu.
"At the Nubb home wuh J. II. 'u
mother mid llowurd Nnbb, his hrulh
crliiluw. Tim mother wauled to
Ittiww i m tiHth -riot tvnn Wurr HIM
alioiit. Hit told her It wait oul a
Utile trouble iibutit union itfTulrii. The
next day I Marled with .1. Ii. for In-
iIIiiiiiiiioIIm by vu uf Oinahu iilid ('III
iii;n. We rutualiieil about four Iioiim
lu chlcuiri) "
Kcklloff mild he IvlUMed to enter
Into Hie nliiit to imi ii bomb under
MIhh Uye.
Ml km Dye, who nou IImm In I'lttM
bui'Kb. recently ideiitllled huiulreilH of
lettuM Inlrodlired b the o ernmellt
iin lliiillcatlng the riulv-llllee delend
ti nt h In a couHilrac. .
MOl'OIIT AI.AII.M CLOCKS
IV WIIOLIXALK LOTS
IndliiimiiiillH, Nov. Mi. - Jewelry
Klure ell)lliyi'H leyltlled lit the d liu
uilli UHplracy trial loduy Unit
alarm eluekn iihed by the MeNuinara
hrolhcM llhil Orlle 10. Me.ManlKal III
Ihu iniinufiifliire of botnliN were iui
eluiHcd III fine 1 1 iimnllt!cH an lo
iirotixe HtiHiilolou. Mc.MmilKiil bud
nuflihhed Unit when lie buUKllI
eloellH hi' lire I I'll dcil he nine them to
lariileiM.
Mow Uie dynamiter buliKlit tweU
Miiall clocki a( IMIInburKh lu July
I !! ii. after he had blown ui a Job
ul Mi'Ker'N Kot'lfM, was ileMiTllied by
Mlsx MarKiirel UuriiH. Hhe wild when
xhe Hold the cloidlH to .McMmiluul
hhe linked tl lilt W'lllll III) WllH nlHK In
do with mo many, ami he replied
ihey wen- lor friend in the eountry
MIhh Anna Klllotl te tilled Me.Muii
iK'tl botiKlit lit mi InillauaiiollH Jew
elr.v Hlnre all the uliirm eloekH lu
ntoi'k.
According lo .Mc.MiiiiIkiiI. .1. .1. Mi
Naiiiiiru. nt-rrrlury of the Ironwork
cm' union, inicd to keen u xlock of
clockH locked in ii vault lu bin ollli'i
Tim clocks woiu lltted to bomlm hj
Unit when thn alurniH went off ut
liro'iirrutiKtiil time Urn bundliM of tin
winder cumiiictcil tin u buttery and
'iiUMud Uiu ('XuIuhIiidh. The hlinllur
liy of a clock' lunt ut I'coi la mi l un
oiliur roiinu at i.om AiikcNh wuh oiiu
of Uiu ulueri Unit nut deiecilvi'M on
Uiu ilytiamllerii' trull.
Half a, donon rcnldentH of MiiucK'
lnd tc-Mtlllpfl concernliiK u vacant
liouxe nt M uncle In which Mc.Manl
uul Haiti Uu MoNuniuruH and llockln
In 10UU utorcd nitroglycerin. Thu
wltncnn'b uisortcd tliut boxtn mynlur
leUNly wcro tuken In and out ol Uiu
Iioiihu ut nlKht; Unit Uiu wlndowa
woro covered with impcr uml thut
Urn nocturnal vUUh of u wukoii to
Uiu hoiixo deepened the myxtery mo
Dint children bclfim to' rt-Kunf tho
nlacc an liuuntnd.
Mmunuel Maddux, u box manufac
turer, Identified Ilockln um huvlng or
tiered nltroglyBfriii In pucklng hoxca
which were delivered to Uiu Alunclo
houe. Other wltncwtvn tcHtllled
Ilockln wa acen about tho houio.
Ilookln. notv Becrctury of the Iron
worker' union, nun again pointed
out by John LoiiKiibuiiBh, uont of
u nltroclycerih nianufacturer at
Montplor, Ind, Lonubnu(fh tiald
Ilockln proniWud to pay a High prlco
ror nitrfi.eivcrsn ir tne ocuier in ox
ploelvcs Wutf iell It without aitklnR
(lUiitioni Fointuin to iiookid, iong
i ubaugh, wHo4 now llvet In TuUa
OkU Midi: f
"I tola vW "ompany
would not-'Wlair tno to ll nltroKiyo
rln IvfUioUt ftnowlnir what It wu to
he uaod' tar. Hi -renlied ho would
maKo M arasUv for me and thrft
TESTIMONY
on the train. I uhhuu mm n uu
wnnled mu lo ulral the nllrojtlycerln.
lit- Mild he did not euro, and a for
ciirrjhiK i'Xilolvi-n on a.i imor
tlaliiH, he wiJlot hothcred.'
I'runk Kekdorrr. u frbinl ud
ueltttibor of thr McMmtiira tiiitnl in
lucluniiU, tcKllllvd thai in i!iu
Jiunex II. offirrtl lihll rll to put a
liackiiKe on a nonunion Job. bui lick-
r Hibl he refuurd lieeniMc there
were wiitchiiii'ii itrounti.
Two Week8 lutlT Ule Job un
blown up," wild the withes. "J. 11
Id uie I could huvu done 11 as well
ax lie. in lieceniutT, mun. .i. u
look me to IMttxburKh, mid Horn
Ihere to lloelietiler, I'll., where Ii
tveut to mi old cooper idiop mid un-
mered cmiM of nllrtiKlyeerln. Later
lu ludlauapollH, John ,J. Mi Namara
had nie Hhaduw Mlif Mury Dye. hlx
cleiiiiKrapher ut Uie IronworkcM'
eiuhiuurterx, who wat Hiixpet tfii oi
KotliiK Inforijiiiiloii iiboul thiiamu-
hiR.
J .1. nit Ul MIhk Dye knew loo
Hindi mid Unit he wax iifrnbl ! in i. !
llneUIll belied hlllldow tier, and lie
t-ubf. nuently went to I'lltMbiilKll."
Alter Uie l.tm AllRi'lVH I linen A-
llb'HIiiU. llcMloff Willi III WUH HI'lll UN
J in llallauh. Neb. while be wuh
lo ue i t J II. who wuh illumine,'
llll
PURSUES DENVER
IN FOR OVER
Victim of Would-Be Murderer
Recognizes Assailant as Man
He Helped Convict in Wis
consin in 1870.
LAST OF SERIES OF
ATTACKS MAY BE FATAL
II. l,rNril 'lrr l Uvcalnic llrrlil
Deliver, Nov. 111. M. A. Itool, litem.
ber of it Denver tobacco llrm, wan
hoi and HcrloilHly Mounded earl) to
day .tl bin Jiuiiii: hero by a niuii, whom
lie xii j m ho recuKiil.iil iih a boyliuod
uiiiiluy at Itliioii. win, 'Hiii hiilltU
iniHHcd ihroiiKli the body Jiiot billow
tho heart. Hoot Whs taken lo tho
county lioHpltal, and alt noon It wuh
Mil lil there wan a chance for bin ru-
iici'j.
VENGEFUL BURGLAR
FORTY YEARS
AeeoiillliK lo Itool H Mtory lie vvimi((1 .. ..i,,!., ... td i iiiiiiln. be reiillv
li u ilium ci I i.bout l:l.i o'clock by u
unlxc III IiIh bedroom mid looked Into
the levolver lu the build of a mail
HlaiulliiK at the fool ol his bed. Ituut
wild ho Krappled w'lb ilio Intruder
and vviih hIiuI in the inciee.
Thu Intruder cNcaifd thioiiKb
b"
window betoi'e Mih. Itool. who Hlcpt
on the llrHt Hour, mrlvi d.
Itool mild Hie tumble Htarted hIioii-
ly after ho left M'hoiil In WIhcoIIhIII
Wiiell IllH holiie wiih bill'Kluii.eil. lie
il ho I'ccoKiii.cil lb" blirh'lal' ail
lameH Dlvliinij. V'liom ho had ar-
rt'Hted, convh'lcil .mil Hclilcncetl to
thn pen I lent la r.v At that time, lu
IM7D, Hoot declmi'H that Divluiicy
HW'oro vellKcutice.
Several tlineH in Uie IiihI llflceii
eaM hince lii) ban icmiicii in umiver
Knot Iiiih been attaiked, hIioI at mul
once locked III bin hi le anil nearly Mill-
foi lilcd. Oil each m miHihi Hoot lie-
clnri'H ho rccoKiiiz1 d blM nHHallaut iih
Dlvlnnev
SOCIALIST CHILDREN
REFUSE TO SALUTE FLAG
t
IJ7 Lraartl Wlra to ISvraluit llvraltl) i
HUH Lain liy. iov. hi.- -niiHiciiu-
ed troill Uu public xchoulH becauHU
Hhe refiiHiil lo lake part lu Ihu flutf
NiitutliiK cxm ii-eH. Lena Kylor, a H-eiir-ohl
"iictallNi Klrl, mid lur
JoilliBcr HlHiir. Nuvle, will iivuil
UlCIHHtdveH ol .hi nifer lllllllli uy ho
clullKtN or Lin- AliuebH find KO l
M hool lu Uml i It Tln lr parenU
decided ycHtirduv that UiIh wiih tho
bcHt Hiilutloii i i Ui nil rov My.
lorimebTis operated
on for appendicitis
fUr Msaed Wire t i:ralu llrrald
Chlcuifo, Nov Hi.- iiirKcoiin oper
ated on William l.oriinur, rorinir
UnlleU HluliH m-nul'ir, for uppundl
cIUh toduy. The operation, perform
ed under the direction of Dr. Arthur
Dean Ucviin. chief Hiirwvon at thu
I'rcHbyUtrluu Iiuh.;iiiI. wiih declared to
bo a HUcceifk
JURY UNABLE TO AGREE
tw -on h im rAQV
IN MAIL iHtUU vAOJ -
(Br litOLStwd Wlr lo Brsalag II ens id!
Ht. IoulH, Nov. U. Tho Jury In
tho cumi or K. O. U.wlH, churged
with UBlntf the mullH to defruud, re
ported to United Htult'H Judge WIN
lard today thut It wan unable to
uvroo to all cuiiiiim in tho Indictment,
Judge Wlllurd nenl tho Jury out
uRaln with the Htutement that If no
verdict wuh returned toduy tho Jur
or would he held until Monday,
Ortxon Day at I'roducla Bliow,
Mlnntapoll, Minn., liov, Ifl,
Hundrcdi) of travelloff men or tho
northwest und numerous OreBonlsna
today are celeunitlnir "Travl!n8
Weu'ii day" and "Oregon duy" at 1l
Northwestern producU oxpoeltlon, at
Which are on exhibition tho product
of aeven ettH of the tiorthwtat a
AlaalUM , . ; t
EXTRA SESSION OF
CONGRESS TO BE
GALLED EARLY
NEXT APRIL
Woodrow Wilson Sets at Rest
All Speculation nccmini?
His Attitude Toward Revis
ion of Tariff.
PRESIDENT-ELECT
SAILS FOR BERMUDA
Ut Lrimrd Wire tu trrala llrrald!
New York. Nov. Hi.--Woodrow
WIInoii. prihldelil-elect, Mlf. Wllxoll
mill the MIhncm Klciinnr and JcnhIc
W'IIhiiii left New York for llerinnda
xhirilv alter '1 o'clock HiIn nfleriiinui
on the Ntt-u iiimIiI t llermiulmi. They
I win be mine until December li:.
To wet at i chi fipcculatlon an (o what
he would do with reward lo liiillf le
MhIoii. the Koveruor laxl iiinht IhhiiciI
the followliiK ntuti'inuiit:
"I hIihII call coiuirc.xM loKi'tbci hi
exiraoidlniii' hiH-lon not later than
Apnl I.'' I hIiiiII do UllH uol only be
cmiHc I ililuk that Die pIciIkch of the
p,ll'l ouullt to be redeemed iih
1 1 it n 1 1' 1 1 iih poyMlble, nut almi becalliio
I know it to be III tho Intercut or
bilHllicMt Unit all ii ii t-i' r I it ! M t as lo
.what the inn tlculnr lleuot of tarllT re
IhIoii arc t' be hIioiiIiI be reiunxed un
miiiii ii m piiH-dhlc."
t lleyolul thlH brief milioaiicemellt
, the Kovctnor Mild he had iintliliiK
, further to xa .
! The KiiMTlior did not llileud to cx
i preHH IiIiiim'I about an extra hcxhIuii
ho 'noon after tl I H eliH'tlou Althnimh
he Iiiih fa ol ed the Idea ol an extra
HCHidnh he had iirnuilHed lo Hpend
mure lime in iiHcerlatuliiK public
i opinion. Willi Uie time to be con
Uiiincil In dlHciiHHlon the Kovernor felt
that If mi extra hchhIou were not
'called the belielllH ol the tariff l'c
1 vIhIoii would be poHlioneil practically
two ear.
I lunueillalel) upon IiIh election the
Kuicrnor uiaile i i Iiih uilliil to wait
.uiilll uflcr be rclui'iicil from bin viicu-
'tbiu bcforl' iiiaKliiK known IiIh aid-
Hide, hut upon llliilluii, iih he mild,
Unit opinion lu favor of a Hpeclul
mohhIiiIi vviih iiraeib all.v unit 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 h. In
, fell no llcHltiilloii about maklliK pub-
i lie IllH fOllclllNloll
rilllllull the HI i Hlili'lll.i ll'l'l inellllM
cXpeclH to KiVi ,i kooiI deal of time
lu (itlli't tboimbl about the prnbleiiiH
thut fine blm Me will Hketeh IiIh
annual iuckhuuc to the New Jerney
IckIhIiiIihi and will do -..tini- eMehNlve
jrcadliiK on Ho latin, uionopolleH,
bnlikliif uml
II fell
r toi him, and
Other IMHUI'H
(Florence York. Said to Be
1 Thirteen Years Old, in Juvc
nile Court; Ran Away to Be
Come a Dancer.
KllllHUH I'lt.v, .Mo., Nov. Hi MIih
Jlmuilo Lmeii. ol i 'ii ifn Ht ami T. I,
Herbert, who clnlniH to be I. In iilllllur
of tho houk 'faney Joner." '.vcre be
fore JlldKe I'orlel'lleld III tile Juvenile
court here cHtcrduy to tell what lliey
know ennccriiliiK l-'lorence York, Ii!
yearn of nxu, who rati away Irom Al
bUiilcriiin. N. M., to liecomo a dancer.
MIhh lircir. Ih li.lrodiicliiK her pup
ulitr ChleiiKo rantlme on the lilobe
circuit, while Mr. Kerbert Ih HpreiidlliK
IllH literary funic on ihe hiiiiii "tlnif
Florence. It Ih Mild, iiHkcd MIhh
Jhninlc, to brliiK Iter to Kuiihuh City
anil allow bur bow to earn all Unit
.money on the mIukc. They camo to
Kellicr mid liuvo been lure for three
week. Klurcnco Iiiihii'I iiiiiiIo u publlo
appoariiiicn yel. mul probubly won't
now, um her iiiotlnr learned or her
vvltureiihoiitH and uotltloil tho pollen.
JiidKe i'lirlerllebl ordered her Hunt
homo.
J nmlo lrwiw. CIiIciikoh Pl "lur
ruiillmo Hlimer, nnd T. !,. Ktirbmt.
inmnor of "CiiHny Jonw," all of which
wui InncrlbHd on thuir cariiH, which
tlioy preentcd to JuiIko I'orturilcid,
weru allowed to depart.
Mlm I-Kiruun mid Kerbert uppeured
In to Orpheum theatur In Albtiiiuei
(iio omo wo'okn ago. Tho York girl
le tho daughter of Mr. und Mr. Wal
ter York of CI 9 Went Muniuulto ave
nue, It is understood that thu glrl'M
parents consented to her leaving with
ht vaudovlllu team, but afterward
tho mother, n't least, changed hor
mind.
v Deniurnv Overruled,
'Chicago. Nov. 1. Federal Ju3t
r,attAU fodaV overrutod a motion tor
dtfeflrirflto the Indictments pend
MidMiUnst Albert C. Frost and other
fSi4Aitts In the alleged Alaskan
irW v-sa,i
ALBUQUERQUE GIRL
SENT HOME FROM
KANSAu CITY
BANDIT W TAKEN
AFTER i EXCITING
SS'OOUNTF
T
Reolcless Robbers lMunncd
Raid Through Kansas Farm
ing Community Which Fin
ally Lands Them in Jail.
TIMID BANK CASHIER
ESCAPES ABDUCTION
(llr Lranril U'lro io
l'.rrnlnc flrrald
n. Tho llireo
loin, Ivan., iov.
band Us who ImprctiU'i i motor car,
a I'hautlcur uml u uiei uaiiicimi uuiu
TIiui-iIh: iiIkIiI mid went mi u raid
of fit tin hnliMurt uml vill.ih'i"t In IllH
vlclult.v vvctc enptured b .1 pohhc to-
ibi Hem hero UUll bliuiMht to Uiu
loin jail
The men Kiivo Hi. 11 ii.uueH 11H
Itleliard Victor, who -uh In worked
in the liillroutl Hllop al AlKenllne.
Kiiiimik. mid V. Jf .ni lllbbcr mid
Mci'aiiby. Vlcloriw.it tuUeii early
today The two 'oUkih were cap
tured at iiiioii ultor a IIkIH In which
one of them wuh wouuueu.
I'lii) po-e had followed tho clliihii
Hlnre I'rbbiv mornltiK After a luii-
lilliK IlKhl today, In which one of
the Ilini no 11 wuh wounded, Victor,
hard priMHeii, llnnlly niriied lu al a
lariuhoiiM . bcld up the limner al
the pnlm oi two revolver, look one
or the tai in. 'i'V Iiomch. and before IiIh
puMlli'l'H ii.iehed the place wiih uolie.
iivertaliiiiK one of bU eoniradcH,
woiinibd mul exhmiHied, Vbior put
the lllllll oil till) Ili'lM' In lure 1 1 1 1 1 1
ami galloped on. Tin hoiHe threw
them, mul when the pmxc cmn'o up
Victor lav on the mollliil Hllinuml.
The oilier iiuiii iIiiicki.I hhiiHcIf Into
the vvooiIh. Victor hiii rendeleil with
out a Hiriitmlf.
The leader or the ponte then tele
Ki'.iplicd to Iota for reliiforccimiiiiH.
anil noun Sliclllf Kelt' and a liuuiber
ol niuii nriiieil vviih ilib'H were racluK
Tor the Hectic ill an u ii 1 1 n mtil Ir. 'J'lm
other two baniillH- wen located III Uio
brnuli near HalenlitK. 'mid Utrrti it
lierce lluhl eliHiicil. The men Mlll
reuileied mil)- niiir all their ainiuii
iillloli was unlir. The Ii.iiiiIIIh all urn
limb r :tn vc.uk ol iii;i Vleloi hiiIiI
I lit- raid vviih pl.iliii. il In a Hiilonu III
Kiiiihiih I'ilv, Mo.
Tin bnllilllH olii.illi.il little boot'.
Ill their iiiIiIh ol faruihoiiHiH and
KiiliiM'-i- 'I'll HI'Hilii lillilil liny tried
lo U liltiii (' It. Iluyl, ciihIiIci' of Uu
lOarlton bunk. Klopplut: llu-lr motor
car lu In. nl ol llnvt'H hoiIHe, Ihey
aslied lifm io I. inl ilii'in IooIh to re
pair .1 pule lure 1 1 uy I lieclllieil lo
Iciive the limine mill the liiiliditH lie-
parti d Tie v lohl Hie i b.iull'i'lir they
hail Inli nil. .1 io i iry off the
eilHlilel
mid bold l.on tot i.iiiHoin.
THREE MORE THUGS
WHO DIDN'T KILL
ENTHAL
'Bridfjie" Webber, Harry Vul
lon and Sam Sohcpps Add
Tlicir Denials in Nf.w Yorlc
Murder Trial.
llr l.rasril Wlr lu Kreoiua lltinbll
New Yoi.i Nov HI, -(i the timl
of the four ' uiiuiiH U" ncciiHed of kill
IIIK llel'iieili lIo-cllUlllI, "Illlillill''
Webber look Hie Maud Inilny and ili -ii
1 1 -i I Ilinl he hIiuI ItOHiinlhal or miiw
I 1 1 i hIioI. He oIhii denied thai aliy
IIiIiik w iih Hi. ill iii bin poker rooitiH on
tno iiiuht of in ii rile r, uh, m lb'
lour uilllllli'ii ni'Ui KUlhnleil I bel'c,
ciilici inlliK .I " Ii ItOHO ileHll'lllK the
Kiinini n lo unit I'ollcit Lleutuliiiill
llt'cker'H men hi order lo fiirulHh proof
Hint ItoHo nail iiuUiIiih to do wiih
"rimnliiu" ,l.n k el Ig, (
Harry Vulloli wuH uulleil and eii
ri.lniriili.il Dili i nlillltfll ' tf'HlllllONl' llVl
Webber. He did lint, ho uid, Hlmol
(IIM llllllll Ol' Hi t. IllH UljOOllllK.
kiilll Mclleppil next, tutllc Hie Hliiliil
mid IlkeivlHit ilellled flrlllK u xbot ill
HoHeitUiiil or hc'.ik him iibiln "li.ibl
Jiick" Hohk fnlloui'il with sliuilur ib -
II III I H.
BALTIMORE BANKER
CLAIMED "BY DEATH
llr Leased Wlrr to Areata llrrabll
llaltlmore, Nov 16.- Dr. Uuvld IL
Carroll, n leudhiH' llnunolcr of tliln
city, Is dead at IiIh hone ,here or
llrlkht'H dlHcuHc. ugod 7!i yours. I'p
to middle life Dr Carroll wuh u min
ister of Um Methodist KplHcopul
church. When unpaired health com
pelled htm to Klv" up uctlvn work In
thu inlnlMtry In 1NT2 ho engaged in
business. At the time of his death
he wo president of the National City
bunk, and of tin- Cunsolldatoii Cotton
Duck compuny
ftortnur Jocninr of lown Dciul.
Clermont, lovvu, Novrifl. Koriuor
Governor liurrulie djed'at hi homo
neur hsro fit 10.35 ottlggk toduy,
CRO
MAN
UN
S
PRINCETON ELEVEN
TS YALE TO
STAGGERING
STANDSTILL
Great Battle Ends With Score
Standing Six to Six; Players
on Both Sides Win Undying
Fame.
4
FIELD GOALS ACCOUNT
FOR ALL PGiKf 3 MADE
(llr I.ronnl Wlrr
I'l lln i Ion. Nov
lit I'lvrtilnir llrrnlil)
Hi -I'riiii'i'ioii ami
Yillo pliiM .I i ,u b ol .ii i to .i hI.iiiiI'-IIII
loom m I. Ii it' illlillill I. ...III. ill umue
oil illltvel'Hilv tiebl The Hint I ioc
Wi.H Y.ili . li, I'Iiiii elun li. All (he
pollllH were inillle oil Held kimIh.
II. Itiilii r vvak Hit' hero mr Prince-
ton, tnakli.K two bemiliriii kuiiIh fruiu
ilclu. I'ty mi kicked a Kim I I ruin
ptitieiiieiit tor Yule mid I'liiitpully
vvoii uiulyliiK lame h.v tlellik' Ihe Hcoro
In the IiihI iniiiutiH of ilu by u lu
luat'Hiible won I liotii Held from the
UltJ-JMIld lllle.
I'ltlNCIiTON LI'.AH.t
IN I'IKST I'KltlOD
I'lllicetmi, N. .1.. Nov HI I'llllCD
Ion mul Yale iliiHheil.liiil.lv in olio Of
Uu- iiioHt Imporlaiil itaiiicH ul' Um
Iniilliilll HeilNiill Yale look tile KOIll
with the wind al her limit. II linker,
I'rliu etoii. Mi Uiil orr out oi bniitiilH,
Imi tin- bull vviih put in play h.v Yalo
lur a Mi-k-oir from the Yale ID-yard
line linKi'i' Kiiiiied live ynrilH
throunh Hie Yale tackle and uu off
Hide pint nave I'll iiii-t mi flvo mure
ii i .Ih Then S llakir went IhroiiKli
tacKle lor Hcviii yarilH
i Hi a fako r r 1 1 in t In ii s linker fulled
to Kulll. Diiwltt Weill I III miwll the llllo
live .varilH and Wall.-r added I luce
more. .Waller anllicil anolller .vara.
Hewitt Itleked to Yale H I J-.vaiil line.
Yale'H llt'Hl Herimmaue leHiilteil ill u
llnee-jaril Kiiln IIiioiikIi center by
KI.Mill. I'Mvult puiiteil to I'liliccloli'H
Ill-Mild line. M. Maker Kellllli; the ball.
Waller lilt lefl tackle lVr tlin-u anlH.
S. linker abut tliioutih Uiu hiuiic hole
for time it iiIh more DcWltt puilleil
to YiiIc'h .'in -mi nl Hue and Liu.mii uf
l'rli imi red on the ball. Waller
Hllllll'll tlllee miiiIh Ihriiliuli Cl'lllel'
mid oh the ni-xl plav I'rllieeton pul
the bull on Yale'H L'.'i-vard line. Al
thin poini . linker railed al a Held
K'mI h-.iiii (lie Itii-.vaid Hue. I'hnn
kicked mil riom Yale'H '-'ll-J'urd lino
and II. Halter wiih tluw'licd on Uie
TlKi r 2.'.Miril line,
Devvitt liiltlted lo Yale'H II'.i-.M.nl
llii. HpulillliK iiuide li I lit - viiiiIh oil
two line pla.VH.
..MIliK' lllliiln (l v alii fur V.ib i
Him iIovvii. I ' I 1 1 1 1 lillliliil, K. Ilalv. r
iniiii. I.il Ihu hall mid Avery of Yal
v.i.-tl II on I'rlnceloii'H IS-jniil
I no.
I I II II droppeil bill It In Ihe '"
', flMIII VVllllI'li lie hll'ltl'll i
i no i koiiI lit 1 1 1 placemen1
V.ile, il; Hiliiceloii, 0.
1 1
I ; .I., i .lacked uir lo I'lyiui w In.
i.iuiuil on IiIh own UH -, 111 il thn
l.iiiiti'd lo II. Ibiker on I'llm i
.1.. v.ud line. S. Ilul. it iiiinl.'
.iiiIh IhroiiKli lefU.. tiulili'. In
I'lllllid llllt uf blllin'l.l Oil Ynle'H
.1.
ii-
i ..i
lllle
ii.
loll I
" nb
lill lilllili
il ll -nli
Ihe li.il!
Ho italti ill'ouild I'I Hi' ,
.mil Uie pel bill i nib d
uu Yale'H 1 1 - n i I llli.'
I i lo Huh liiiin I'I III' elun
Hhuhllv oiimihIi,. Yale Scoe,
had
end
ul llti l ii l nut .
Yul' . I'rllici loii. 'i
To Ml, u l Ho- m coin I pel mil, I' l.viili
plillteil to I'riio i ion i' .'0-vai'i.l Ilin
Waller leluriieil Ho pull' and Win el
it fumbled. ITIucitoii n-i'iivi ilin; il
oil Yale'H -t 0 - mi i it line
.H. Iluklir lllliiln lour viiiiIh IhioiiMb
I. '11 lacllle. Oil Hie ih'Xl 1 1 1. 1'. II
Italter kinked a field Hon I lloiu Un
-iiril line, tlnlim Ihe hcoic.
I ' i .v nil kicked off to Cuplulll I'eHdl. -l
un mi IiIh own ITi -yard Hue. Waller
imiii. il to Wlieelur on IiIh u-yurd
Iin. Hpuhlliu; pluHKcd lliruiiKli ecu
lei i.,i io viiiiIh. On Um llilril down
l.'iMiu I'liiii.'d to II. Hiiliei- on I'rliicii
ion :i win) Uiu
Wall. I iniiii- il In Wl tor oil Yale'H
ii-,.i. nie li. i ll i- Hindu llvo
JlllllH I .. ' l I I'. 11114 lloWllell.
I'llllbiH iii-i'l' IHi i -I I tin IhloiiKil
center. Sp.ii'iin;; .hpi. u ilv inore lur
Ihu lll'Hl llouil
1'Tyiin KUiin d l ..ihIm nlinill.l etui
ml then iiiini. .1 io it Halter In bin
wii le-ynrd Hue ami In i.m t.iidx
buforo bulllK iluvv lied
1'llllbln liiuile Hue. v.iMIh uul
left end. Klyiin punted Uu l ui i
Hi-yitrd lino. Wallnr mini in 'be
punt and It wuh Yale'H ball mi il"'
Itlimv L'0yurd line. .Spnldliiw km, in. I
im.i vardH. It, Warren here I'niilii. )
I'llidlelOII iih right Kuard for Yule
I ' l v i i kicked to Mldlleld uml Walbr
. ..... .1 ... . .. .,!. ... . i ii....
ii.. i,ii wo h put iii play on Yuiev
in hue Artel' two pinyn Klynil
itiiii ii io their own .'IH.yard line.
Win, ..in ilovvii lo go , linker
klcktd a in id K'mI fioiii (ho 15-yuril
llui mnlii in im udoiiH c line rlllg. Kooru:
I'rlucetoii. ii Vale. :i.
Klyiin lii'K,,i oil to Wullor on IiIh
own 'JO-yai'i I".' He ruturnod tho
punt to Viil' r I Mini Hue
Wullor wuh i!!hhIIiIci fur rough
playing and I'luixton wuh puimllxml
half the illulm to b. i goul line, tho
ball tjolng put In pin mi ITIiiuiilnu'H
31-yard lino,
Trenkiiimin tnok Waller's' pluco
and Oornell went In for Wheeler.
Yale foiled to gain In (wo scrlmmuguH
and, Yjilq wbb pe.unilBed foe a Cfiu lu
FIG
tho line mid Hie hall wag put down on
I'rltiecton H .m-yuril lino, In I'rln o
(oii'h iioHheiHion.
When the iKittin rcHUtncd play there
wuh im limiKc In tho lluu-tipH from
that ut tb of thu nocoiul itliir
Icr I'Ivim. kicked to Dowllt on Ihe
Ui-.vaid Im. mul ho ran buck thirty
.Minlv un the left wIiik dhlft Dewlll
Ja'itiiiicii UiiMiiuh Yule'B heavy Um
fm tin. e mihIh mul than kicked n
Yuli h J .'Mud line.
uu the ui'M play SpuUllhk itiadi
. v hiIh ihruiuth tiicklii. lie ituiib'
i. mr v.uiIh on the next play tluoiirb
..in.. I'hilt.in mldcd one ynrd, i;lv
Hoi Y.ili lli-i ilovvii.
Af li- i ..niple or playH Klynn at
l.iiipti.l ,i i ... . t t rum pliiceiiiuut from
the .1 l-.v.u-ii line but fulled. Dew lit
luinted ii.. io 1'iiuceiou'H ten-yard lllle
to Villi' .. .1 . in il line. Yule fulb d
lii uilhl ill tbi.e ilow'UM mid I'Ivim
lillliliil 10 II linker on tlm TlKer'i
:i - ii i .1 Hue. Tin- 'I'lm rH linmedlaic
Iv punted mul It wuh Ynle'H bull on
be! .Hll-vmil line UiilliiKller HUb.tll
tilled tor Ami
I'liiiinii piuiuieii ihe I'rllieeton cen
ter for ilv. Miriln ami on tho next
IPluv Yale ..bui UiIoukIi Hie TlRor Hhe
to the IHin ! I.' vni',1 line. Hpabllny,
I pill Ule ball oti Hie I, v.U'd line Rl
I llllt Yule Hlnl ilixvii
Spaldltli; i ravhed Ibiontili left (tickle
r.ir four .variln. I'lvnn punted t"
1 1'rlhcetoii'H rive-Mini line, il linker
I rail back lill ii 1 1 Ih Hewitt putltcil
to I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi I'llm .'i.m'H nM-ymil
I Uiu I'hllliltl made llllef .VIIIiIm
I Ihl .'.li center and SpnhlltlK two
.IIU'li .Mill lib' lu re look I'llllblU H
'I'll"! I'Huii fulled for u plncciuetit
t: i mi I ii ihe liijiiul I'll". Hewllt
lllllll., I to Hie lllll.'H' L'a-.VIII'd II IH
I'T.uui pniiiid tu I'rillceliin'H L'l-.Mitd
line. H iiiii'i' lalHiiK the limit De
wlll iiiiiii. ill. ilelv punted back and
the ball i oi .nit uf hotiitdH,
The .iii.iil. i ended with the ball in
Ynle'H p..y , mmoii on YiiIc'h own ."
yard hue .mre
IMii.i ion. ii: Yale. a.
In tin Hnni iiiniiei' I'limpeliv weiii
III Ule 'l ' IIKUbl. HUppllllllllIU
Mn l Ul.-
Spaldiii i.ilb'il lo Kiilll and I'lvnn
made a ui.iutiillceiit ilint nf iin viiiiIh
which II ii liter unbilled In mul ran
1 T yanlH I,. I. He lielllK llovviied. Willi
the ball mi lb.- I'N-yiird line S. linker
broke lbl..n.;li the Yule tenin ami
plallteil Un kill oil the Tluer'a 4H
yiiril Hue. Iiiwiit punted vii1o'm
liO-MU il Uu.).
KlMui piinl'il lo II. linker nil tho
TIkcm' IO-md Hue. Dewlll 'illlllKcd
through t In- lino lor four yards mid
after Yale wiih peiiullr.eil live ynrda
for off Hide, mldcd live moro. Yaln
HlieiiKllieiii'il and after Sheldon went
In for Hoiiu'iHier, Dewlll kicked over
the ipinl lllle Tor a tourli-hi.uk. Tim
ball vviih put in plu on Yale'H i!U-.varil-llnc,
Wheeler isiiliied Imir ynrilH. Klyim
piinleil to I'i'hiccioh'h ari-ynril linn'
mul II. linker run Ihe hall biu'k i'J
yarilH. S. linker added two junlH
lliroilKb tilekle, but on a rake kick
lulled In K'llll. Dewlll punted In
Yalo'H Mini Hue
LoflliH look W'hi'i'li'r'H place Cor
Yalo' mul Arnold look rciidlcton'H
place In Hie Yalo Hue. DeVVlit illtil
ed Iti Ynle'H lii-.vard line. Hero thu
llilril forward piihii wait iiuide mid II
proved lo lio a HlieccHH, l'lvilli to
H 1 1 1 I I u N , iiultllu; till' ball uu Uie TlK'T
hi sunt line.
I'llllipclly lllliiln ii Held it'inl from
I I be r.U-yill'll 11111, lielllK I 111) HCIire,
I li lo li.
I'lini'iilon kicked on An lliculii
pi.icil I'orvvurd ihihh hii1- in. nie. An
oiliei lol'wuiil paMH ..bo hit the
t; I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
Mil lill! lll'Hl Herlllllll.IKe 'StcVV"
Maker miidn lluec vniil'i UiioukIi tlm
.Ciller mill til" KlUlle Mien eiulell With
ilin ball lii I i' 1 1 1 i'i 1 1 1 1 1 ' pitHKi hhIiiii on
her own .Ul-yuril Hue mul Uu Hfnru
hIx hi nix,
I'MhiiI Scuich.
S'uv.v, III, Notlli rmiiliu.i. A
1 1.
.M
WlHCOIIHlh, I I , .MllllU'Hiil l i '
I'i 1 1 1 1 m Ivuiilii, ;t I ; Hull. in. .
WilllUHIII, I'.'. Allllll'lhl ii
A t iii'. Ki; Turin, li.
V lie I''H Nhllli'P, I i . Hal vol. I I'I'
tin It, It
i'Iii.'.iKo. HI; llllnnli', U.
HUNTER ACCIDENTALLY
SLAIN BY OWN BULLET
Illy l.rnaril Wlrr lo ICvnlnu llrrnltll
liilln, I'iiIo., .Nov. Hi. KlllliilllIK UH
II ,ilii, Mipiinrli il 1 1 a biit'lied win
lelii i. I lit- I, n.l of I'Tullk Mil. In II
lilted I-. w.i" loiiiiil I'l'-I ululll bv IiIh
brolbel' The .i i' lilt nl ii I iIIh.'IiiiIKi ol
u I'llle bud ''HI a bullet IbloilHb hi
bruin. A Hhol't ill -.Itiiii-i- iiwiiv wii" .
ib.'iiil coyote thai Mitchell evidently
bad killed before IiIh own ilenlli
PRESIDENT TAFT GUEST
AT LOTUS OLU0 BANQUET
rilr Lsastd Wire in Urmia llajraldl
New York, Nov. 1U. rrusiueiit
lull uriveil lllllll WllMlllllKtOII this
uioriiiiiK in mu ml thrni; dayw In this
vicinity vthitim: aevi nil Instil utloiiH
iiini inn iidluK im i Uiikh. TuiiiKht ho
"III be Hie Kill h. In re al ii dinner of
Hie I .it iih cliib ami on Monday ho
itvlll go lo New Haven to attond tho
ii IIiik of the Yale curporuUou. I lu
ill return to WuMhliiKtoti Monday
i night.
, M'KINLEY CO, DOCKET
CALLED NOVEMBER 18
Judge Kuyiiolds will hold court ut
(lnlliii during Uio week comnienolug
Monday, Nov. 18, On Monday, Nov
IK, Hid entire civil docket of MoKlu-
Icy coutiiy will bo culled and uasos
net for trial or Htrlckcn from tho
docket. All iitturiinyH having curfes
peiidlng lu MaKlnluy counly are re
iliicMlod to take hiicIi action us may
uu necessary.
rkuuitur Hnrtier Near rimtli.
WiiHhlngtoii, Nov, 10. Buiialur Ul
nor itaynor oc Maryland remains la u
crltlcul yoyiJIJloa fit Ml riorj). Um
PROSPECTS BfthSHT
FOR EARLY END
OF
IN TURKEY
Armistice Between Ottoman
Forties nnd Warring BaUsaij)
Allies Expected Within tM
Next Few Days.
EUROPEAN PROVINCES
ARE LOST TO SULTAN
liy l.rnsrrt Wlri- lo Kvrnlntf Hnralil
'otiHiantltiople, Nov. 111. (Uy way
"I KuMcttdJc-- An nrnilhllco with tho
UiitKarimiH win in till prohubllty ho
nl in in;. 'il within the uu.t few days,
mul iliic will be tt'lluvv til by direct
Ili'Molliil Iiiiih lor pence,
'I'lic i iiiiiiii. iii government fully
le.iil.i'H Hint further runlulnncn can
uh prejiidlee Um iiulllun ut Turkey
huh mote.
'I'be bulk or public opinion tu be
i; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 to i tills to thu view tnkan by
1 1 .'.pounibie HiatcHiuen. uml It Is gen-
elall.v believed Hint UlO bout poslblq
ei'iiillliiiiiH of peace will bo Hcotirod.
Ii Ih recoKnlii'il Unit practically all
Ihiiopeuii Turkey Ih lust, so much mu
Unit the luiiikH und thu council of Uu
iiiioinnii public debt aro already tuk
iiik Hteek or their own IntonifitB In
Hie Iohi provlticeH. wiih a vluw oC
pioteetlng ilieniHelveH when tho Wnul
Hciiii'iiieiii cumcH up for dlunumlon.
The foreign military attached hero)
me or Uie opinion that tho Bulgar
Imi.. iiiti ilmllng many dUnaultlep,
uml they have been uunblu to brine
up a Miiillrlciii army to insure, a mui
(icHHrul ntiiick on tho Tchntnlja lliioc,
vv hleh uiiiHt ho inndo direct on lha
front. ,
Tho t'chciito of dofoiiHU drawn up
by the cummundcrs of tho foreign
wurHhlpH hero provides only for Um
protection of forolgnors, and not tho
prevention of maasncroM, tho fcaf of
which Iiiih been largely dlsolpnted.
rim Ocrninn nriilaor (loeben arrived
today. ,
Nuwh fruiu tho tnioriur uf Asia
Minor tihown thcro Is 'BOinu unrest
and fearn aro cMircuu Uial tiinatlcal
Wnd-'riivi)lmliwaVjf6ibA)fllili
uiir tiiei" If Ilio central Turkish itov-
rniiicnt hIioiiIiI become greatly ills-
orKllllled.
HOtlMAMA TllHOWH
H.MALL AllMH IS I IF.LI)
Loudon. Nov. HI, lloumunlit Is ru-
pmleil to have placed utrong bodb'u
if IronpH .it three points on tho Hul-
Riiiimi Iioiiiler. Tho niovomeiit In
believed lo be Uio result of diplo
matic in I'liliKi'llielllM, ho Uml pri'HHiiro
all in iipplb'd to lllllglirlii III oidci
lo keep the tertiiH of tile arinl.il bo
within ii i ii It-ru t It i ii
MONTI. NCI.IUNK DIMLOUfJl'
Tl'ltKS WITH UAVOM2TS
Vienna. AiiNlrln, Nov. 10. in it
hmiil-lo liiinil buyuncl llb'hl at tho
purl of Man iiiovunl Dl Meiluu Thiirn
iln.v ii It; in . the Monti'iiegrlh.i din-
luilgei' ihe Turku from the iiioim
IiiIiim dominating Uiu city, nccorillni:
to u illHpiili'b frnui 1)'..!cIkiiu.
Hlxly TiirklHli HoblliiiH were tukoii
pi'lHnuei'H. The Turkish I'lirrixnu at
Kan Olovmil Dl Mniliui, Imwcvur. hnu
Iiiiiii ii'liii tu t'l'ti i,y the .irrlviii i.r
Home IiIk kiiiih, iiccorilliur lo n din
I'M 1 1 1 1 lo I li' Keli'liHponl, iluiupi'iiliiK
Hie hope ol thn Mnillciicglllln lba
lliey w iiubl lie able lo capture Hie
poll
The Turkish gurriioii m Hculuri
bio. received a nupiily of frttnli pro-
vIxiiiiim Hiiillclciii to lust for forty
in im ami the Turk lull coinnimiilont
there ib clams, according lo Um N'ouo
I'nle I'r Hull ho will hold tho
loi'iri'Hs until tlm IiihI man 'of tho
Tuil.ldi i:ji 1 1 1 hon linn fallen, even
' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hie iiltoinun itoviirninuiil or
ib r 1 1 1 1 1 1 lo Mii ri udiii'. llo will not
lull lulu Hie liiuiilii of tho enemy,
tu di'iliii'iiH
TI'ltK ALLOWED NO
TI.Mi: I'OH WHA.VOtilNO
Mil.n. .Nov. Hi, Tho Hulgiiriuu
.niuii. i i o 1 1) ii i ti 1 1 tc 1 1 1 ml to tho allliiu
i "tin y Hie content!) of u bitter from
die Turkiidi m-niiil vwici on Uu sub
ject ol an uriiilHtliai and an Inler
ohmigt) or views between the Hulkmi
guvuinini.'iitH ih In progress. It lu
sulU thut tinlcHa poucn oonditiona am
Ucuepted by Turkey within twenty-
foUr hoilm after' lliolr nrdsHiitatton'
'jiii.itllllleH woiilil Un continued, as thn
lltilgurinii gimerala are not wllllitff to)
permit Turkey lo guln valuable tliuo
by wrangling over tho conditions,
A prompt uccoptiint'o tuny avert
the entry of tho llulgurlun troapn
Into ('oiiHtiiiilliioplo. It Ih holluvoit
Utilgnrlii will not object lo Turkey
redlining Constantinople and tho
DurdunelluH.
King I'lirillnmiil of llulgurla Is now
nt Kirk-KlllHscli, but It Ih roportod ha
Ih prcpurlng to start for Tohutalja.
ANAItCIIV 1'OM.OWH
UVAfUATloW Ol' HAItONIKA
Atheiitf, Urccoe, N6v. lO. Tte' lMit
duyn of Turkish rule lu Haoiilkn.
woro dayi of unarc.hy. uccordlnff to
dlsputchcri rcculvud irofn that oily.
Thn a reek mlntster of justice, M.
Huotovau, who wdnti ,"t Jlbre to repre
sent I ho a reek' iywajnL wo
uompuulqd ?y PslWi'rf6W'afei4
wl)h strong datawwetota vt Qr
and Cretan mlltKfjrveSrSC. Its W
modlutoly r-si4blpiN-i'f(i3v, 4 '
front the dUUMil.f4f.ltltf- 'MUm&.
contlnuo to pUU wrunii M-.
FIGHTING
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