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ALBUQUERQUE, HEW
CO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1012.
TEN PAGES TODAY
rornra
voii. wo. tm
! wAni mswa today
;; to est it i it tamAut. ;
)., ttxtj (beats a nontli or 1ft owta '
a week c literal at jcmt 4oo?i
; fifty cesta Iry laeU,
'IP
IIS
OUTLOOK DARK
I
FOR EARLY
II
War Clcuda Loom Dark Over
European Continent and tho
Great Towers May Be
Drawn Into Near Eastern
Confliot.
GERMANY CALLS FIVE
ARMY CORPS TO COLOR
Russia and Austria Girding for
Possible Struggle While Em
peror Franz Josef Orders
Strict Censorship.
Or Least Wire la Crtniog Ucratdl
London. Nov. 23. Rumpe's nerves
vn nicked today tin war clouds
lowered over the continent. A
stream of rinniirH pointing to the np
parent fact that both Hussln und
Austria ure girding for n. conflict
which iniiy Involve more tlmn hitlf
ihe civilized world Mowed from var
ious sources, and. iih the Austrian'
Kovernment ordered u utrlet censor-;
ship on telegraphic communication, ,
truth of the rutnorH could not he de-1
nled, though their continuation was
uIho unohtulnuhle. Prague sent word
thnt Clermuny hud ordered .tho pre
parations of 130,000 army reservists,
to he ready In cane the emlilro Ih
drawn Into the Krcnt war that diplo
mats fear may grow out of the strug
gle In the tlalkan penlnsulu.
The rumors accord bndly with Pre
mier Amiulth'H statement lust night
(ih to the prcvulllnx harmony among
tho Kuropeon powers, uttlqlal
statements fall to dissipate the gen
eral unxlety uh to the nttuallon.
Nothing haH developed within the
last twenty-four hours to show
whiithVr the TurKi will llnd the pro
posed modifications In tho terms of
fered by tho silted Dalkun nationn
sufficient to Induce them to agree to
un urmlstlco preparatory to a defi
nite peace. The plenipotentiaries
now on their way to Tchatulja on he
half of the alllfH are reported to he
carrying with Ihcm frush terms of
peaco In u form thut tnuy open the
door which Ih mill regarded an slund
Ing ajar for their reception.
The Ottoman government point
out that It Htlll han 00,000 soldiers
to draw front, white the llolguriuns
have none. The allied Balkan na
tionn, however, retort that they uru
now In a poiltlon to march 15,000
troops who have heretofore been en
gaged nlKflWhoro to swell tho beslcg-
Ing force In front of the Turkish
lines ut Tchntalja.
Hhould tho war continue, It In us
numed In military circlet thut an at
tack will noon bo opened on the forts
along the Dardanelles, whoNe fall
would permit the Gre.'k tleet to hum
Imrd the (Turkish cupllat.
j -
nuiiRAntANS nKTiiu;
BI3POnf2 Tl'JtlUHH HOltTIK
London, Nov, 23, Turkish troops
lauded hut night at the port of (ill
Ivrl, on the Bea of Marmoru, under
flrn from the Turkish war vessels,
according to ft news agency despatch
from Constantinople. The right wing
of tho (Bulgarian army In front of
tho Tchalja linen In thun threatened.
The Bulgarian troopu tnude u despcr
ate attempt to drive buck Ihe Turku,
hut after un hnur'H lighting were
forced to retire.
INDEPENDENCE OV
AliUANIA PnOCLAI.MED
Herlln, Nov. 23. Tim Independ
ence of Albania hun been proclaimed
by Inmal Kaihal ney, the loader of
the Albanians, according to n report
puhllHhed In the Allegemelne Zcltung
today.
Al'RTniA EflTAOMHI IE6
fflfllCT CEN'RORftlilP
London, .nov. zn, a new agency
denpatclt from Vienna lay a ronnor
hip haa been eatabllihud on all tel
Agraphia and telephone communlca
lonn frahi AUitro-Hungnry to foreign
countries since crly thin morning.
HTO GEftMAtf ATWtY
tJOHPH CALIiED OUT
Prague, Bohemia, Nov. 23.The re
nervism of Ave Herman corps, num
bering lJO.OdO Inen, have been ordoVed
to rejoin their rglnient, according to
tho Crskl BlnVo.
tviikh onrvKX Aac
INTO ADIUANOPLB
flofla, Ilulnrln, Nov,' Jl. Tho !)
slogcjd.karrlson or Adrlanoplo attempt
ed aliUiiskl rtrtls ytsterdny, accord-
Ins tbidosiMtohirS rcconved here, Tho
Turitlsn.trdOprf, howover, wro thrown
back, IMA h foHress nfter a battle
which IssffA thl-DUf nout inn morning.
n;
mm WAIVE
HVOll EVACUATION
Ul-The Balkan M
Ilea ure
a to have watvea
th exacuatlon by
meir w
tm .Tit
lines of Tchatatia
i tWt tha larrlson of
Wi marc-out with,
M
thu kAnMit.
$.t, ttceordlntr to Oio
rU MH OuKUe. Tfcuy Instate
PEACE I
BALKANS
j.u TBI
at,
eve, on the eurrender of the fortress
of Adrl'anoplc Itself.
The Porte, on the oiner nana, de
mands thnt Adrlsnople remiiln In
vented ponding tho armistice, ui the
French fortress of tteirort dlil ilmlriR
tin1 Franco-German armistice.
MISS TAFT TESTS
GREAT GATE OF
Daughter of President Visits
Canal Zone as Guest of Sec
retary of War and Is Royal
ly Entertained.
lly Learnt Win Ut KumiIur Herald)
I'olon, Panama, Nov. 23. one of
tin gl'int Kates of the Oatuii lncl In
the Panamu canal wan tented for The
llrrl time yenterday when MIkm Helen
Tnft put the electrical machinery In
operation and xwung the gate open.
She waK vihltlng tho canal In com
pany with Henry I.. Htlmm.n, seere-
I ii rv war. and li Ih part A iinli Ih
to lie civ en in their honor l"HiKht.
EMBEZZLER IS GIVEN
CHANCE TO START
LIFE ANEW
Man Who Stole Ten Thousand
Dollars From Denver News
paper Is Let Off With Sus
pended Sentence.
lly LciihhI Wire to ICvcnlng Herald
Iienver Nov. 23. ISmhexzlement,
larceny a Imllee and grand lurceny,
by Theodore ('. Henry, conllned In
Went Hide criminal court here today,
will not he punlhhed. William
Rtnhlotnn, manager of the; Denver.
Itepiilillcan during the period Henry,
an bookkeeper, admitted he em
bcz2lud approximately lrt.dOO, linked
on behall of the newnpapcr and Hen
ry that neuletico he niiHpeiided, and
Judge Teller compiled.
Henry told the court no one hut
hlliiHolf hail lieiiellted by ti Ih IheftH,
nald he hud tuiiile full reparation and
would leave. Ihe Mute and start anew
Henry wan urrcHicd Hept. 2K, lilll.
SUFFRAGISTS FREE
TO PARTICIPATE
Convention at Philadelphia
Rejects Prouosition That
Would Limit Activities o
Members of Association,
Of leased Wire to Evening; Herald
Philadelphia, Nov. -a. Tho Worn
iiti'n Huffrngf annoclntlon In couven
tlon hero today defeated by an over
whelming majority tlm proponed con
Htltutlonal iimeiidiiieut reiulrlng ofll
cum to miilntiiln n non-pniltlcal nttl
tilde, except Mute whoro equul
nuffrnge In III force. The amendment
was the Hiibiei'i of warm debate.
Hpeaklng In favor of Ihe amend
menl. Mrn. Ida II. Ilnrp-r. New York
made a vlgoroun appeal In Uh hehulf
at the oulnet of which hIip declared
she had her coat off and her sleeve.-
rolled up, adding
"If It were not for the hatpins, my
hat would bu In the ring."
"That's progressive." remarked Dr.
Anna Hhaw, who presided.
"This Is the. most importunt matter
beforo the convention," continued
MrH. Hnrper. "We are. to decide to
day tho policy of the association for
the future, and thu tlmn has como
when wo shall (uko n decided position
on Ihe o.uetlon "
Woman Deitled Now Trlnl.
. Chlcugo, Nov. 23.-Jtidgo Wlndea
fn tho criminal court hero todny de
nled a motion fr a now trial for
Mrs. Ioulsn I.lndloff, con.ictcd nnd
sentenced to twenty-llvo yt'ars In the
penitentiary for tho murder of her
son, Arthur l.lndoff.
FEDERATION OF LABOR
REJECTS REFERENDUM
far Lhm Wire f Hvenlas Herald 1
nochestcr, N. Y Nov. 23. Tha
prorfosed constitutional amendment
providing for election of officers of
th American Federation of Labor by,
a,reterenaum 10 iu mmuers, was ue
teotea this urternoon,
Oomner ito-CJootml.
Ilochester, N, Y(, Nov. S. Bamuol
dompers vra this aftarnoon re-oIeqt
ed president of the American Federft
uoa of-tebor. . M .
6 TUN
DAM
POLITICS
TURKEY TROT SAVES
HIGH FREIGHT
RATE FROM
ARTESIA
Pecos Valley Poultry Raiser
Drives Thanksgiving Birds
Two Hundred Miles to El
Paso Market.
SIX HUNDRED DINNERS
FOR PASS CITY PEOPLE
lly Leaned Win to I'.veulng Herald
lloswell, N. M., NOV. 23 1". ,MC-
'ormlck of Artenla, south of here,
ban launched the latest style of 'Tur
key trot." Kevcrul tla8 ago he
started from his poultry ranch for
I Paso, 200 miles away, driving
nearly ouo turkeys overland to pro-
Ide Thanksgiving dluuerH for resi
dents of the Push City. Kiom the
latent reports he Ih having hut Utile
illillcuU. and Ih making twenty to
twenty-live iiiIIch a day. He car
ries bin f I and water III u covered
wagon, also poultry Wire, with which
he I'oiistrueii it temporary corral
ver night He clalliiH to have
ocil ihe high fi'.-lKht t1'1" problem.
ONE KILLED; FIVE
Hundred Pounds of Explosive
Stored in Burning Building
Let Go With Disastrous Re
sults. II) 1,1'OhciI Wire lo I'.vcnltlC Herald
Poplar ntlllT. Mo.. Nov. 23. -1 'lilts.
t.'oouce was killed ami live other men
Injured, three probably h. tally, when
100 pounds of dynamite wete ex
ploded In Frank Klttreili;c'a More at
Walsh's Hpur duiiiig u (lie ear'lv to
day. The btillilliiK was wrecked nud
structures In Poplar Itltiff, live miles
distant, were shaken. Twenty work
men hoarding in ait adjoining house
were attempting to control the lire
In Klttredge's star.- when the dyna
mite oxploded.
RED CROSS RELIEF
FOR WAR VICTIMS
AT
Two Hundred Dollars Tele
graphed to Columbus. N. M.,
for Use Among Sufferers
From Border Engagement,
lly Leased Wire In Evening Herald J
Washington, Nov. 23. The Amer
ican lied i "loss today telegraphed
1200 to the local chairman al 10 1
Pnso, Texan, lo be uyed In relief
work amoiiK the soldiers wounded In
the engagement at Pnhuniis, between
Mexican federals and rebeln, who urn
now In CnlumbiiH, N. .M. The war
department Iiuh nppr ived (leneral
Bteevers' action In uiulcrtuklng re
lief work.
aenorul Hteever today advised the
war department that tho rebel lend
er, General Ha lunar, Intends to leave
Palomos tomorrow to march on
Casus Ornndrs. Ho Is expected to
aunrur In tho vicinity of I'ort IIIIhh
soon unless Intercepted by .Mexican
forces,
UNITICl) rtati:h ahmy
HV'ltOKONH ATTHNI) WOUNIH'.U
131 Puso. Texas. Nov. 23. Federals
and rebels wounded In the Inking f
Pulomos ure being treated today at
(ho International line by the United
Btates army hospital corps from Co-
lumbus, N. M opposite) the Mexican
port whleh hus fallen Into rebel
hands. Wounds of about tinny men
were dressed this morning.
JONES WINS FIRST
HONORS ON TRACK
mv 1jmuu Wlro lo livening Herald
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov, 28. Cupt. John
Paul JAnea won first honors In tho
Inter-oolieslute cross country meet
thla Aftttimooti. Tober of Drown wu
aaeond nnd Copoland of Harvard
third. .
mrvard won the meet with 83
uilnU. Cornell second with 76, Dart
febtflh third with 90, MiusachuMtU
tnictUitta ot Technology fourth wlvh
lit) poltfl, w
HURT I DYNAMITE
EXPLOSION
DM
MAGAZINE WRITER
MAKES - MARTYRS
OF CONVICTED
Remarkable Article in Iron
workers' Journal Scores
Government for Prosecu
tion of Conspiracy Cases.
STEEL TRUST BEHIND
ACTION IS CHARGED
(llr Learnt Wire to Kvriilng Herald
Indianapolis, Nov. J i AitaikH on
nistrlci Attorney Chan. - V, Allllor
and on tho government's prosecu
tion of tho "dynamite conspiracy"
cases, in, published. In i In Ironwork
ers' I'liloii magutlne' i-lnii i lie trial
begun, were read by Mr. Miller lie
lore the Jury today.
In an aitlcle. as rcai to the Jury, i
DYNAMITERS
the Kovernment'H proseciuion Is ie- "Her husband lefi them," said
lerred to as follows: Mrs. Weiss. "She worked In a rag
"On the sixth ol October these ' shop. .She could not e.iin "Hough at
forty-llvo dtjTenilonlH walked Into! thai to provide fm Intmli and tho
eoiiil and pleaded 'not guilty' to thobabv. I lilid to give her my food,
charges of the Hteol trimt. Then be- ' Hhi wa too pioml to ,.n it I toolt
gait the lame trial, u ttlal In which i rood to In r Ii.iiImIii Th.it i when 1
money, prestige, power WHS the plus- IoiiiiiI In r ile.nl llv.-l inithl silo
ectilor of want and obscurity, a trial , prayed like thai, lb it In i IniMhiind
hi wlili It the trust iiiasiiueiaili s iih
the government."
Itelel'eliei lo the Mi S'.lllliila hrolll-
crH pleas or guilt at I. ns Angeles, j
as read in eviileiico iiom thu iiiaga-
.tile, was. i
"The pirns or 'gulliy' quickly fed-j
lowed the ill rests. In the hands or
an all-powerful enemy, with courts
and Juries commltteil against them,'
vv Ith, tralloiH as friends anil Irlciuls
as trattois, a trial was Impossible.
The two Mi'Namaras stood bravely
heiore ihe wot Id und said: 'Yen, wo
n)e wtiriloix. We fought as seemed
to us best We fought loreo with
rolee, power lor power. .Maybe wo
tiM'd the vi rung weapon. History will
II. but we heard Ihe cry, "ho an
guishing it) .if men and of women
giouiid In the steel yards, ubovo thu
voice of i aullon. We Hand ready to
take tho conieiueuc of our net1
without a whlmpur, without an ap
peal lor sympathy.'
"Hill two victims were not enuugh
lor i In' Steal Hum. The organization
ItM'll must be disrupted. Ctuadud on
with a ileslie I'm vengeance, they
hll'eleheil tut til crili I IllillilH lor lliol'u
illhlliiUljUlli'il vletlms.
"illve hi liiiiiiiMin,' they cried,
"(live us 1 i.irrow.' "
The ntllele illnei by Mr. Miller
was signed by Miss Mary b'lelil ol
New Vork, a wrlier for labor union
publications.
Utile i:. MeMaulgal's recital or bis
eonlesslon .is u iMuimllc.r wiih Inter
rupted today to allow other wit
nesses to testily,
Cornelius I.. Ciowley, Monica, Pa.,
told or the iiuiiiiig of nitroglycerin
In un old cooper hhop at Orchester,
Pa., In Augtisl, I'.UO, it vvas this
store of explosives which MrManlgal
charges w.i i poinieii out to tho an
thorllleii tun inoiiihs beforo tho l.os
Angules ixplosloii by 11. H. Hockln
III seeritlv giving luformatlou lo
double i in'.." Ibe union,
(leorge V. Illiivey ilcj;rrllliil no
explosion i.iuh.it ii v McMaulgal mi;
Mil' el' 7, unci, hi u new opera
bous.' at llosinii. Watchmen corrob
orated Mi.vi.iiiIk.'iI'h statements that
boinlm hud iii'i-n placed In tho south-
uest side ol tin- n ructuru.
Testlmonv ih.il J. SC. Munsey was
In cnmpnn with .lames li. Mc.N'n-
mara in Sail Lain- City shortly after
Ihe l.os Aug. I's Tim oh explosion was
given by Ji.iui W (lours. The Kov
ernment ih.ngis thut MuiiHcy se-
reted the i liainlter for two weeks.
(lepers Hit 111 lie oM'rheurd Me.Maitial.i
and Mutism 'talking iihoul the Mor-
motm bi liii: oppKHcd to unions," ami.
recogiw.lni: MuiiM-y us an niipi.ilul-
ailce, In w hi vmiii litem to a salnoii.
Tbeie. in -iid. .MoNumurti was In
trml in I'll .i Williams,"
RECEIVER IS NAMED
Project Embraoing Forty
Thousand Acres in Platte
River Valley in Financial
Difficulties.
Br Leased Wire Iu Bvenlacr Ilarald)
;noynnno, vvyo.. .ov, za, jiuiho J.
A. Itlner last night uppolntud C. C,
Carlisle of (Mieyeiuie tm receiver for
tho Norlh Plalte Vulley irrigation
company, vilh nulhorlty to contlnuo
tho company's opi ratlons, This course
was desired by the bondholders, wit
was opposed in I'nUed fltutcs district
court by creditors of the corporation
who sought to bavo tho company
thrown Into bankruptcy .In order that
they might collect (itS0a which they
alleffo to bu ilu i) thofnt;.
The North Pbitlo 4iripat,.y'a project
embraces forty thoutana Miro In the
Norlh Xlatto river vftlloy' Jn Converse
oounty nosr Douifiw
FO
RRIGATION
COMPANY
MOTHER WITH BABE
STARVES TO DEATH
IN CHICAGO
T
Deserted by Husband Unfortu
nate Woman Is Too Proud
to Accept Chanty From
Needy Neighbors.
BODY IN ATTITUDE OF
PRAYER WHEN FOUND
lly I.rnnnl Wire i I'.vrulim llrrnlil)
fllll'iiuo. N'o -'' In ' Hi'le room
In Norlh ltaM,.il Mnel l.isi lilght
.Mrs. Julia Miller ami li I i iiiolillis
old son v le IoiiiiiI ili .nl i Mm.
Helen 'i a nc l!hlior
.Mrs. Miller luid In I bal-v III her
nl m ami in her 1 1 it 1 1 I un- clasped a
iiosar.v. Her niiluute w.is ibat of
I prayer. Mis. Weiss told the pollen
Hint Hie vvnltiali nllil her luilie died of
stiiixntlon.
ninilit ritiirn
OF MEXICO ENDS
Corporal and Trooper Who
Terrorized Sttn Ygnaoio Ar
Carted Off to Juarez Jail
By Swarm of Ruraies.
lly Leased Wire to levelling Herald
T.l Piino, Texas, Nov. 23. Corporal
Mel I iiuh, troop Thliieculh cavalry,
couillliillililiK an 1 1 1' 1 1 1 y coinpusiil of
Pilvaie rolweck, Invaded Mexico
I rum Ji'iibeus, Texas, nud took Hn
town of San Ygiiaclo, As n result
Ihe two I'lllleil Htali'M imlillers lepilHn
In Ibe Juaie. Jail ebulgeil with
serious criminal oireuse.
i:nieiing Mexico mounted and
ariiied, to seek "tcMiilla," a lleiv
Mixli'.in liquor, they engaged lit r
light In tho Peaciitul Mexican town
unit three natives testify that Ibey
ui'ti' hi'iileu over the heads with ihe
ll'niipil'i' pistols. (Hie of the men
mi.iv ii'. The Aunt lean troopers
Un. ills wi le overpowered by a nwnrin
vii ii ,in i nialiH,
GIRL GUILTLESS OF
IS
Jury in Columbus C a s
Promptly Acquits Miss Far
ley on Trial for Killing Her
Former Sweetheart.
Illy Leased Wlro to llvcnlnc Hcrnldl
foiniiiiiii-. iihio, N'ov 223. A Jury
In un inn I inini tiiilay aciiultled
MIsm i 'i'i i It. i 1' iliv hi it. i.niiie nlen
ographcr, cli.iig. .1 viiii tin' iiitit'iler
of A Iv In !: llnii" r
ELECTRIC TRAINS
GRASR IN FOG
More Than Soore of Persons
Injured in Rear End Colli
sion on Scattle-Tacomn In
terurban,
lly Is'omiI Wire in IIvciiIiik Herald)
Bcutlle. Wahli , Nov. 23. Morti
thun twenty pel sons wero Injured by
a rear-end collision between a sub
urban freight train and u local pus
sensor train at llivertnn, on tho
Beuttto ft Tucoimi lutcrubun railway.
Motorman Cuntpbell ot the freight
tralnile believed to be fatally hurt.
A dense fotr prevailed at tha tttna
of tho cc!4ent nnd llm freight train
tolesooped the reur uur ot tho pus
(mngec UrMn.
TENEMEN
AMERCAN
GNOMINIOUSLY
MURDER
VICE INDICTMENTS
HELD INVALID BY
!T JUDGE
Grand Jury .Findings Against
Owners of Property in Red
liirht District Thrown Out
of Court.
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR
WITHOUT AUTHORITY
lly Lemnl Wlrr In ICrrnlnB IteralAl
HellVel, I'liln. N.. 23, lnUICl-
iiients brought b i npei lal grant! Jury
against llflv piiseui .mil pant Denver
city ami county oliu litis nnd property
ovMieiH in Septemiier last, charging
tin 'in with allow mik various Instltti
II. 'ii ..I vlri' in I'Msl. wero dismissed
b Inilti ,1a Hies Ti ller In the dim-
in . i in. ni, it o. thi- ilistrtlct court this
umi'tnoi:.
Jinle.' r.'lli.f held that nintrbi
.liiilm- II I Sliattuek, who presided
In Un i iiinti.it hritucli of the district
coin t .ii tii, mini the .Indictments
Wi'ii t i' ,l. ami who set aside I)ls-
trin vm. .1 a. Klllott nnd appointed
oh .. .lit tuoseeutor John Horn
(.Mill. iini on legal right, to appoint
ti sp i i i'..H,-.'iitor, iiinl that there-
fie ii M.iuienlH were Illegal
IS
OF
Defendant in Salem Harder
Case Asserts He Is Being
Tried Not for Deeds But for
Political ViewB,
lly Leiiaed Wire lo RveeJtuc lltraldl
Salem, Mass., Nov. 23. Josoph J.
Illtor, leader of (ho l.awrenco textllo
stilke, on lii.il as an accessory hi tho
moiiler ot Anna I.oplz.o, today lu
itlstnl upon aililrcssliu: the Jury In his
own it I r. when Dlstiici Atturnuy
Attwill eiiuipietcil Ins cloning argu
ment lor the prosecution,
Itlsing iu Ihe cage, pain and trem
bling with emotion, Kttor declared;
"I have been tried hern not upon
my acts, hut upon my political and
social views."
Pausing for a moment, ho resumed,
his yoli'o ringing loud:
"I make no ihreaiii, but history
lines. History records things with a
Utile variation beio iiinl (here, but
nothing can eirtice the fact, that ho-
'anno ot my political ami siielallstlii
vii'wa I am brought lo the bar. 1
am compelled lo speak heeaiise of
Put luel. My iiltorni.V'i have ilotii)
Well In bllllllllllg IlliS eiiiln mo fill' IIS
Ibe law ami llln eMili'inn ih ion-
I. '
AT
E
Father of Victim Swears Out
Warrant Against Man With
Whom Daughter Was Las
Seen Alive.
lly I, eased Wlro to lOvcnlng Herald
lliiriisnii, Ark., Nov, 23. Charged
with uiiirder of Miss Hlla Uarham
Otis Davidson, 20 years old, member
r a prominent family of Zlns, Ark.,
win. arrest cil i hern todny on a war
rani iiworii out by the young woman's
rut I nr. Miss Durham left her homo
.ii .l in last Thursday for n hortu
l i.i .ii liib', and her mutilated body
was found seternl miles from her
home.
RECOUNT DEMANDED IN
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
r lly Leased Wire lo Kveala Herald
l.im Angeles. Nov. 23. Tho bill In
eiptliy prepared by tho Progressive
porty, demanding u recount of tho
presidential vole In two preclnota of
I4iM Angeles county, was filed today
In tho superior court Theso wero
tho precincts covered by the vrlt of
mundntn Issued to tho Detnuuruta two
days ago, Arguments probably will
be heard next Tuesday.
Mrn, l Arrnlgutsl Tor Murder.'
Hednlln. Mo., Nov, 33. Mrs. Pansy
JCIIen Losh, charged with polaonlntf
two Missouri vyomon eight years atv,
wus arrdlsaail In the criminal court
herd today nnd clvon until 1:80 Mon
day to enter a ploa to tho charge of
tnurdor In tUa first dciroti,
ill
DENVER
NVASION ETTOR DECLARES RE
VICTIM
PERSECUTON
MUTILATED RODY DF
61 FOUND
ROD
YALE IS NO MATCH
FOR
HARVARD
6
STRUGGLE
Score of Twenty to Nothing
Tells Sad Story of Downfall
of the Blue Eleven at NetB
Haven, A
YALE NEVER DANGEROUS
UNTIL FINAL PERIOD
(llr Leased Wire to Kveataar m-aldl
New Haven, Nov. 23. Tho alertness
of Harvard In taking udvantnjto o0
Yate's errors and Held kicking byj
llrlekley gavo Crimson tho victory
over the Illuo icntn today ljy a score ot
20 to o. Two touchdowns, ono by.
Storer and the other by Urlokley, wero
scored in tlm ilrst nnd third perloda,
principally dun to muffed punta In tha
Ynlo backfleld. Brlckley kloked on
goal from tho Held from- the ac-yard
line and another from th 1 9-yard
line, vale was never dangerous until
tho final period when tho Mue'a. af
rensn curried tho ball 80 yards down
the Held to Jlurvard'n etffM-yard lino.
There it wa lost oh downs. A, tew
minutes later Pumpelly wan about to)
try to kick a field goal when tho came)
ended.
Harvard mudo comparatively few
consistent marches into Tale's terrH
tury by tho rushing game tutd JtlcJrinB
was adopted as the beat mtM't 6t of
fettso agalnat un uacertala Mat) Ixtek
lluld. Klght bad muff
wisdom or thla lino of MtaVafc,. (ffftt"
vurd had no call to unoenre aar in
trlcato play and rolled hint) entires
ly on lino plunes fcy iftftteil and
llrlekley.
Tno Yale orfsnmi not ehow
strong until the wt few ntlfltttec at
Play when Harvard' Krai atria of
Players wero eMppUtated fey tiubatl
tutes. The acore nwuto by the Crim
son today WM tha lret made in a)
Harvard-Yale, )bUi In. ten yen4 sad
tho touchdowns "were Mb Arat etMter
the Crimson or thfl BIu luia weredl
against each other lit Ve.yeArs.
lialled ns champions wHej they left
the field. ,
New Haven, Nov. 33. Harvard and
YiUn clashed thla afternoon In thelt
annual football gnmo.
Yalo won tho toss and took the woet
goal and tho kick off, Thla gavt Har
vard tho north end with tho sun la
their faces. Klynn klckod off over the
Harvard goal Unas. Tho ball wan
brought out lo tho twonty-ynrd line.
''eltou kicked and It was Yulo'a balb
on their 20-yard Hut. Flynn kicked)
out of bounds on Yale'n 34 -yard line.
Harvard made It a first down on
Yalo'H 2 1 -yard lino and rotulnod tha
ball, Utickley tried for a Hold goal
from tlio 28-yard line, but fulled. Yalo
tried ono rush when tho ball wan
brought out. Flynn kicked on tho
second down to Gardner on Harvard's
to-yard line. Humelster threw aard
ner on Harvard's 40-yard line. Bom
elster throw tiatdner without sain.
Fenloti kicked out of bounds on
Yalo'a 2 5 -yard line. .Spalding made u
yard through center, On another fake
formation Klynn went around Har
vard's loft end for twelvo yards, but
there wum holding In tho Yalo line und
tho Illuo was sent beck to their seven.
yard lino.
Htnndlng bosldo hie goal line, vain
kicked lo Ourdner on Harvard's 40-
yard line. Kelton kicked for Har
vard on tho first down and tho bait
wont outside on Yalo'a 32-ynrd lino,
Spalding made- two yards around left
end, Klynn kicked on tho first ciown.
Felton kicked to Yale'a -it-yarn im
where there was a fair catch. Flynn
kicked on the second down to Clam
ber or Harvard's. 2.8-yard lino, Tnro
waH a fulr catch by tho riarvara quor
torbuck, Wendell made a yard.
through center. FeUoh'a kick was
muffed by Whoelor on Yaio'a 3o-yara
line. llrlekley picked It up and ran
lo tho goal lino for tho first scoro of
tho game. Hardwlok kicked tho goal.
Hcorei Harvard, 7s Yale, 0,
Play was resumed by tflynn kicking:
over the goal Una. Wfhea tho boll won
brought out tfelton klolcell to Yale's)
4 1-yard line. Wheeler again muffed
It and the ball .Went to l Harvard.
Drlckley akepM fcaWt.t tha J4rard
line and klckia'a. roaVfrom thft fleld.
making the score) Harvard, lOj
Yale 0,
Cornell repriced Wheeler at quur
ter back.
First perlodt Harvard, 10; Tale, 0,
Tho second period opened wltlv a.
Yule kick to wo Harvard 15-yard line,
and iho punt wan returned to Yae'B
40-ynrd line.
Yulo spread out esid Kpaldlnar toseea
a high forward bilt lilled. Bhel
don went In for BbmeWOr. flpaut
ding's Becond forward paSii iwaa Inl?r
ceptod by Harywd oa .th Crimson
23-yard tine.
Felton punted. t TaleVJlJ-yartJ iih'
and Flynn kleko4 baek t Harvard's
DS.yard line, WwMf Wna no BomeJaWn
on the Yale end n6 mrdwlolt tmvn
ran the ball baok to mrvaraa fi
yard line,
Felton tricked to Piyjtn ot
31-yard line. Tht finll yf
bnt cornel pionea n u
five yards. Flynn Wised ie.
a. Harvard's S7-yr lis
Felton kicked to. ConAtU
Jd-yard line,
"Flynn ktcketl tq tyitn&fc
IRON
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