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F'f iwwrmTi hi iijiimiil ,n, lu i nun i (ua.isisn
B 12 1
TTijairB ar&oing rose, uor. xuiru ana uoia
Aztec Fuel Ci
AU Jdnda 6l "flfaod
,i.f, where HardwlrkV catch wns In
i.rfercd with jhk) Yale wan penalised
Hardukk made ftvq yards around
Villa's left end nnd put tio Lull in tli
hiiIit of (tin field,
'hi a wliiic shift Hpaldtng made two
nnn rind Klynn then kicked to Har-
aid's .If.-yard line, Gardner rutiuinx
i.iii-k seven ards. '
llrlcklcy fumbled and th bull went
In Yale on thslr 4fi-yard line.
Phllhln wns downed without n Knln
On - fake kirk Hpuldlng made three
yatdn throuifh center. Kim n tried a
furVMird moH Unit wus uncompleted,
i'ljiin then kicked over I In- Harvard
goal llni". Thi hull hit a Villi' mini on
Harvard's SO-yard ilnv, when- the
111 went to th Crimson.
On the llrst runh Wendell made six
rds through center, whom time was
iiiliil tor tin- second period with the
IihM In Harvard' possession on Har
vard's 3ii-yard line. Hrore:
Harvard, 1: Yule, ,
Whim the third period began Bo
melMer was again hi right end.
llrlcklcy kicked to Yale' 10-yanl line
iitnl Spalding run back Ifi yurdM.
,Oiwv0elayed piiHN I'hllliln could
not fffllrrnnd Flynn punted to Hurdner
mi Harvard's 4M-ud line. The bull
was run luiek three ynrilH,
Wendell made two yards lint Hnr
finl Inst II vi! mi holding in lino.
Hardwlrk made ii yard, linn Feltnn
lltopped back for ii kick mill l In- hall
wiih m'lffeil by Flyiin ami Hie hall
Went to Harvard nil VhIi-h IH .iiiI
Ilrlrkey rushed around Yale h left
end and rroned tllu Yale line in the
eorner of the field. Tin hall wan
klaked out In front of the koiiI poMto.
where Wendell miide a fair eutrh and
Mardwlek kicked thu Koal.
Hcore: Harvard, 1". Yule. o.
I'umpelly went III for Phllbln.
Klynn k lulled ofT hi Mardwlek, who
ran thu ball hack to Hnrvard'H .13
yard line. On a fake kick formation
Wendell made 1 4 yards for a llrm
down In thu center of the Held,
llarkle took Klyiiri' placn mid the
blR Kophomore rilllback Whime muff
let Harvard score, huh led off the
ftidd Iri4urn. r,
Keltoii kicked to Murkln-on Yale's
H-yard line, where there was n fair
talch. I'linipelly kicked In Mardwlek
on Marvaid's t5-iird line.
Mardwlek made three yards around
left cud. On the next rmih Yale wiih
sent hack live yards for offside play.
J)yer went in fur Cornell at iiiarlcr-j
nark. Haniuiek dropped the ball on
the next rush and Himlillnk picked It
up and took it to the Crimson 47
yard line. There llrlrltley caukht a
ftirVnr'd phmh and tftrrlid the ball to
YbJs'b 22-yard line.
Brlckley carried tho ball to Yale's
M-nrd line and then dropped hntk
for a held Kfil. standing on Yale's
ai-yard line Itisltad Oardhcr made
a forward puss over (he Yale line to
Felton. it w.m Harvard's ball "ii
YhIh'h two-yard lino.
Isrhklc) dropiied back to the
yard line mid easily made his second
field kouI, maklnic the score: Mar
vord, so: Vale, a.
Markle kicked to Wendell on Har
vard's lU-yurd Hue. The ball was
nin bH'k 1i .arils and Kelton kicked
on Hie tirct down hut. Dyer muffed
the I.Hll .- ritl le. overeil It. Tile period
eiiili-d with the ball In Yale's posses
sion iri ihi-ir 2'i-vard line; Harvard,
'in. Vnle. a.
When piny wan reSUr.itd III the
fouith period Sheldon went In ayahi
The Illue tiiftde 2'i yards In live
ii'.twiH. Then Maikle Kathereii In
tiirx ..irds tor a llrst down on Mar
v.ird tT-.urd line. I'limpelly urnsh
ii iiii'MiKh tor two yards, but n ttliiK
Nine lulled to woik. There was n
Mi.ii Vim of four yards.
V ill- then tried a forward pass, but
II it. ml catiKht the ball on the
' r.mn rsr, -yaril line. Kellon Immu
ih.ii.li kicked to Wheeler mi Vale's
v imI line.
Tin re was another muff In Wheelei
In. i the hall was recnveieil on a
f.iK,. kh k loritiutloii Wlieelei m.ido
it I I'umpiilly mi iiiii.i Im-i fake
ki' k tout a yard. I'umpeli. on a third
fsl.e ki. k formation I" yards
inori' The ball was m Vale's tiosses
Klnn mi her 2li-ard line.
lliii-.n.l was nff-Miile and Vale
Kalneii mi yards. I'umpelly wini
throiiKh a blK hole III eenler for seU n
Captain .iiilillnK made a llrst down
on a uiiiK Nliilt Markle then liiu-'
16 yanls on a pretty iluilxliiK
throiiKh i enter
Pumiielly ninde three yards limn
HpuldlUK mnde lour yards. The t..ii
was on Har.ird's Kijnnl Hue. H.ikei
went In for Markle. (in a iiumt'i
hack run Wheeler made a first ii"wi
on Harvard's .(7-ard line.
HpaldliiK made threa ' yards "
I'umpelly went throuiili a bli: id'
In center and placed the ball on th'
Crimson 20. yard line. PpniilitiK m
rled tho hall to the IKyanl line .ml
then linker went a llrst dnun nn the
Crimson's lC-yard Him.
HpaldlnR placed the hall on mn
rush on Harvard's 10-yard line, ruin
pelly fcalnnd a yard. It was mil saf
llclent to make Urn dlstatiie and the
hall went to Harvard on her clKht
Yale made a pretty double pass, the
second one helm; to Wheeler, and
made a llrst down on Haruird's 2
yard line. I'umpelly, Htiuidluit on
Harvard's riTi-yard Hue, was uultlim'
for "tlli pass iirt'ehlpt "IIMd Voul
When the whistle blew, enillllU the
Judge Eaynolds Today Grants
,( Appeal to Supreme Court
Which Acts as a Stay of Ex-eoution.
Iieine. In iJelKiidlllo, a rltlznn of
''ill .Mexico, ciitivlctcd on olrcumstati-
Hal evidence for murder In the first
dexree and entelired three weeks IIRO
by JtulRe Itaytiolds tn a the death
penally on November i'J, will imt be
hniiKei) nn that dlV Ali..rn. - J.
Ilenion Nun ell and .Modet. urttz
appeared In court today ami r.rm.iily
argued In support of a iimiii.ii ..r an
appeal, which was xrant. i The
arantlng of an appeal acts as , may
of execution for about I 'id da -i ir
lllR Which lime If n presume.! Mio
ritipreme court will paxs nn the
MelKailllln wit much pleased it,iu
afternoon when he heard lli.n n
would not be hiihKcd in xt Km)
i oh ;hi:at sTurtifiiii:
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 2.1. -The
weather lor the Vale-Harvard foot
ball name today was cool, drv and
hrlRht, wllh a llRht wind hlowluK
ai.riirfM the held at sun up. Tin- nlKht
had been clear and foRless, leavliiK
the smooth shorn gridiron dry and
hard for the day's work. All inndl
Hons were Ideal for the staRl'iK of
the hlKRcst root ball battle of the
All the hotels In town were crowd
ed ! lapaclty last nlKht, but the ad
tame KUiird uf spectators ami the
KtamllnK room only" sIku won out
la fore dark. More than a thousand
perKiius who could not obtain ac
commodations In the hotels Mient the
ii Ik I it In sleepliiK cars In the railroad
Buy it early while
stooks are complete.
A gentleman will ap
precia.tc a nice Smok
ing Jacket. Wje have
some new jdeao in
these popular pres
entsUorfolk or belt
effeots are right up
to the miniite,
$J5 to 13a50 -
Navy, V, New York l'lilveilty, a.
Army, 2; Hy raciiHc, "
chlcaRo, 7. MluneHiita. a
Carlisle. 3. V. M. C. A Colli-Ke. 24.
ClilcKKO I)'fcil( Alluucsolii.
Marshall Held. Chii aioi. Nov. 2:i --
Chlcami defi'ateil MlUliesida 7 to a
here today In a jounc in decide sec
ond place in, flic "IIir Nine." The
only tourhijou'n of the km me was
wlieh dray went oer from Minne
sota's one-yard line.
The editor,, of onxii
rfpan.i.b ueek't n i.i-i.ei .'..(,,;
In this clt Hate aliliiHneil ,i hi . m
appeal to Governor McUoiialii i.,i ,.x
ccutlvo jlemnc In the nine nf In n,
eclo Oelgndlllo, nenleticed to be haiiK
.d for the murder of a woman named
Znrraclno In AU)UilieriUe. The hp
peal which In pulilifihed n "1m
(Ineta" Is as follow:
To III Kxcellency tin, Oovernor;
Ve. the underNlKiied, are luborr
i i. i nor onerles are eonseernted to
it..- welfare, of the, oriel) in which wo
.'ri iiWim; and now, it H our sharo to
be i. borliiK fot the prosperity of u
i. it iiallnii, iiioKreHnivi. nud lespeel
n le ,im the Cnlted Sullen, and with
p.i.iHiire wn carry on our small part
m the ureal work of UiIk urmt nation,
IMhK under your honorable jjntern-
niiiii, tvinio you nave tasen no much
paltiN to- make prnut iKhn ,. i,,r 0w
We all know your demrti - . i - hlenla
ni'l an. convinced that fm iimh rea
."ii thU pan ol tin- nut inn Iiuh entered
in real proKreM. Now, we link you to
d.muiinlaic to the whole world your
irifiKiKiiilmlly, und the kiudncMS of
- ur koiiI. to whliii i. make uti up
I"., I, iinklnif that from the kindness
i vour heart you spare a man's life,
a llfu whluh you have entirety n your
b.iiuls by ministry of the law.
Wo refer to I;etintro HelRndlllo's
uise, sehtiincod to be hariRed by the
Juiy who knew tin. case, and found
KUilly by clrcuinxlaiitlal evidence only,
ol ihn minder or .i womaii named si.
i: 1 1 nil Xartacluo.
We have no InteiHIon to Interfere
with tho terrible Kcntcnee imposed up
on iJemerin lielKaillltn, and tliai muxl
lie executed nil the tW ellt -lliiitli of
Whin we ask and dcnlre, your excel
lency, N that you, llinpired n Hi. re
1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 til r I - nf yiilir Kond mnlb.i, the
Icno of your failliful wire and Inld
run, do avoid that human lire he h.ic
rlilecd on the koIIows, the lire ..r an
unfortunate, who. II he U reaih guilty,
should serve his m iiiem c In a prison.
Houliity.ttots nothlllK Rood by Ii k'UR
a IliauV life, but Justice RelH nun U b
the rcKeneratinn or a iMliinucnt
Hputu his life. Honorable tinternor
itclxniald. We, the UllderslKUers. art)
strantiets hut do profeMS admiration
and respect for ou, oliil If you would
accede to our petition, that respect
and admiration will know no limits,
and when we no hack to our couutry'i
iv u will my lo our sons, our brothers
"Thcro Is In the Culled States a
governor altrulHt and lover of justice:
thu aovernnr of (.w Mexico, Hon. W.
I Make a celebration of the democrat
ic triumph all hut the eountry, with
a miiKimnlmnu.x acl.
I'oiuinuli) Drlkadlllo's sentence.
Spate a man's lite.
Yours very lespuctfully,
JOSH HKYKH KHTItADA.
MANUKL C. OAUOIA.
.MANiriCL, U UAHDONA.
AI.'dUHTO K. ItBYKS.
49 CIVIL CASES
fSanta Claus?arrived here
today in 4ue form alter a
very tidjtous jottrne.
He appeared' just as jolly,
fat aaid good tiaiiired as
ever, and made tjhe ac
quaintance oftoany of our
boys and girls.
IJHe will be here again
this evening at 8 o'clock
and all those who were
not here this afternoon are
invited here tonigjii.
TOY SECTION, THIRD FLOOR.
IMiiiiioraiili l)ciartiiicnl, Thlitl I'loor
I Uivo tho Name of Mart Walter Van Hrunt
So Sarnn itnso Ilernlce dc I'as'iuali
Tho Houk That Ileaches Irish Huivrts John Meyer
I Know That My Iledeemer I.lvclh Micy Marsh
Marchu l.urralnn I'rlnee'a Hand
The ItealtiiM of Kudlcss Iay Mrs.. Holt
Oood-Hye Bister ' Alice Nlulsoll . .
Knowest ThotT4he land MlKtmh .Schumalin-Heluk
Sardinia March Sotisa's Hand
IH.U.. J . ti i 1 1 -j -
Blacksmith Shop and Lot at
315 West dopper Avenue
Changes Hands Today at a
Judge Raynolds Clears Up the
Dooket at Gallup; Alleged
Murderers Ordewd to Eeni
teatlayy tot "0fp Keeping.
Judi Jlavnoltla antJ.ClorU T. K I)
Maddlson were 'busy In chambers In
the Bornalfilo county court house to-
Jmneji Uoyco. loduy jiuroheaed from Uny, havtnfc, returned last evenltiK
W. II. HmlUi Ul Bmlth hlackttnlUt from atay or a weK in (nuiup.
shop and thfi.lot on whlcjt the hulld-,'Wtiro obnaldsrnhlu business was
biif Is aluvKed, at 310 Writ Coppor tranttactod In thu McKinlcj tuuutv
vanue. ffr; CQiialUeriktlon waa 4tot court. Jup go Jtoynolds ordered three
mada publlt, JJUt lt'la-understoad Ah' prlao'iura r.emoVud from the rnuttty
property was aold at a substantial Jail td'tha penltontiar in Santa Kc
flcurii. i It-trp naflretood that Mr. or aafekecplhir. Tvui nf thu men.
JIoJBi nFcliaW W nrpperty aa an John Voco and I.ucluiio I.oper, uru
Ihvcatraatit'ana .wuriaaaa it to a (ocai.neiu on cnarses ot mviruer. Tho
ter. under Instruction)! from former
JuiIkc Ira A Ahtiott. Tho special
master turned over to tho court ap
proximately 12,200, which Is now he
Iiik held petidlnR tho llnal decision
In the case, which la one containing
The court ordered JtidKment for
tho plaintiff In the sum of I7!i In tho
ease of Fred Howard vs. T. I'. Talle.
This case was ouo In which the lltl
Katits dlHputeil the market prk'e at
the time or a iaitle transaction,
The case of the Caledonia Coal
Company v diaries Martlnellc, In
which the plaintiff sued for 1312 on
account, v.-as decided In favor of tho
defendant, the court holdlriK that the
account was Mild, helnK harred hy
the statute or limitation.
The court im k under advisement
the case of Juinex vs. Myer In which
the plaintiff iMcd $000 Judgment,
ullcKcd to In due hecauso of services
rendered as per contract, as a store
keeper in Hi oil district.
vSX 'fPTr TT-sTTJ
h ii.unn.ii. in A ..l.i '
MRS. ANDREW FRA8ER
DIES IN JiQS AHQEXES
K-iinds In AlhU'iUeraue 4oda re-
cened news of the death In Loai An
r les Wednesday of Mrs. Andrew
I'ri.ser. for many years a resident of
Albiniueriuc Mrs. Fraoer Yosldert
ere at 116 Koiith IHkIi stre fr a
immbur (1f j,ars und had many
frlciulN lu Albiiiiueroue who will ro
uret to learn of her death, Which wiu
due to pneumonia. Mrs. Friuwr wus
a sister of J n. Miictavlsh of Mncda
Icnii, N, m.
MASKED CARKIVAL IS
AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR
third prisoner. Mares, Is accused of
bprse stealing. The court ordered
stricken from the civil docket forty
nlttb cases, attorneys and IIUkuiiIs
havlutr failed to appear and Indicate
what disposition they wished made of I
thu various actions. No Jury trials
were held, no Juries being impanelled
In the case of John X. Youiik,
trustee, vs. the Ifouttmestern llrew
ery and Ice company, evidence was
submitted and. the court enutlniicd
the arguments by counsel until later.
The case Is one In which (he iiluin
tlM attackV W validity nf a chattel
tnortftafee hM hy the defendant com-1 day.
tvnnv. nn nartain iirnni-riv. ui.i.i.
bbfi by I,a''' "fecial urns-
The masked carnival a,t tho, akaUng
rink last nlKht proved a happy and
enjoyable ulfair, one hundred cos
tumed skaters belnir on the floorv Thu
rixes were awarded n JToUcwa: Flnrt
i). Joins: wound, VlrslHnv Calm
third, David lllttonhouset JfoiiHh, Del
Una Chaves, The. Juflies wero JJrs.
H. It, White, Mr. .Jlarrlrii, Mlw
Mamie Ktsher. . , 'i
iMI y 1 T'
Iterormed i:plac6lle90 BUf.
PhlladolDhla. Nfhv. lil-iBIshoD ft.
P, Hoffman of the -rfapei-'ftftUtoo-pal
church died atiWMnih.eKt U
H waa 71 tftasW'Wfl.
John Mclntyro Is here today from
Kan Antonio, N. M looklntf after
T. I. It. Moore, chief clerk for the
railway mull service, arrived In Al
hiuiuerquo last evening from I.oa
Angeles for a brief survey of the rull
way mall situation locally.
W. (J. I.iiKan, deputy county treas
urer In Valencia county, Is a visitor In
the et today.
Mrs. fharlcs Ia I-'ever has returned
to the family home at 81.1 North Fifth
street after heltiB for several weeks
patient in tit. Joseph's hospital. Ill
I'. A. Mulotiey, who was In AlbuV
iueriii for a year seven years ago.
Is iiKaln u visitor In the city, having
arrived recently from his home In
W. H. Htrlckler left on the Hujita Y
limited toduy or a visit of five week
In los Angeles.
Tom J Talle, Mrs. Talle and baby,'
loft on thu Bantu Fe limited today foe
an txtvntled stay with Mr. Tallc'a peoy
iuo in j-asauenu, wai.
Captain ii. M. Ilussoll, a well knpwiv
mining and cattle man of Magdalenovj
Is a visitor In the city today, '
The drill team nf tho Woodmen
Circle will give u hall In Odd FeM
tows- nan on Nov, zt. Tim uiuenorr
Crollott orchestra will furnish the
Ur. John 11. Uaes. autierlntentbnt ofl
Presbyterian mlsslona In New Mexico.
delivered tho final address of the Mrl
on in noma mission weex union, fwr
vlcea hut night at a well attonjjetf
moeung ai uio Mdd Avenue MetUfia
1st church, Tho fundamental JiffM
clptea of tho Christian r'ellglon aiP'
piled to modern llfo were dlcoutaeft
by tho spake,r. 1
Alderman U. Coon and Mra. Cbsst
returned lust evening from Oklahoma.
whero they vlcled relatlvea for iytp.
weeks. , 4
J. W. Ilrlltlnaer. for flva vuni il
III. flfantn W rl(mA.M
running between Albuquerque aad Xa
Junta, haa Weighed tils position ai'
leavea tomorrow for Dahcraflold. Cal
whbfo Ha hug accoptoU a poaUfea w
ine nuuenern t'nciiic. t
'Mr. and Stra. John atromw hV
left for ft Vtvlt pf several wtelta' 'Jfe;
lit. UA V.n TIA - ''II
toa Anseles ahd Ban Dleo.
Tho regular meetfAf the
guild of St. JoAin church will iMt: b
J ' Iheld thl. iveek-bai'thMeWrasl
New lttUrcvaBiB JryU f Wv.Ka lb V- bf W
W. W. McClellaW-.'JJf North Fourth
street to coopcaW'n tho St, John'
f. Jul Id ThunksRlvljrig tea. All strung
ora ar especial! Invited to he pres
ent. Ht. John's oholr will meet at the
milld hall Wednesday at 7:30 p. in.
to practice tho cantata "The Day of
lies." hy W. J. VMy, which will soon
he presented at ' thu church. At 'J
o'clock, all who core to come are In
vited tu Join the crtolr In in Informal
sm iat time.
Howard Weldlnger, u nephew of
Oeorge I". Albright, passed away
early today, following an Illness of
long standing. Mr. Weldlnger was
for some time manager of the city
scavenger company, lln was a for
mer resident nf Ohio. The funeral
arrangements will be announced
I)nvl1 JnnaUutn CarlWrlght.
David Jonathan, tho 7-months-nld
Infant of Mr., and M.rs. David I
Cartwrlglit, passed away at 2 o'clock
this morning at the family home, -102
On lha subject of bf fnk' Hh Weat
clergyman, cardinal Mannerlng, op
proachlog his elghtlsth year, says:
r 'Though I hay known men area
women destroyed for ail manner of
eawbp, yet 1 Jeowp;tb cause that
affecti man, woman, child and hotriq
ttllh auch universality of, steady powfSr
aa Intoxicating 4r(nk."
Another great man, Itt. neverenfl
MonMlKnor iavlfo, says: "The Naal
Thrs'eTDaV brlni Mablt Cure la a
Tttift in gUbstanM is the testimony
bt'MKy'4howh Jmen and wtim-
MmsiniriKiii r. move
Albucjtte;ivf, W by tho
apa compieia jn.-
North Second street. The funeral
will le4 held Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock, with services fn -Htrong's
chattel. Arohdenc'on Wftren , of Ht.
John'H church will onieAue and
burial will he lu Fnlrvlew cemetery.
(Jrandparents of the baby from Ci
marron and Folsom will derive to
mi rrow night for the funqratj
I'eature I'lcttires toduy-
v i mi
For' Special Ooeasioiis. ;
Wo ar prrpnrotl at odV now J
factory to trMluc tlio t4iot
oonfei-tiims on aliort notltfc.
IOJXUWI AND mmAu
flegrwii 6t nourjato
:t .tU eieeL
tii taJS?fi 1t (Iitfyln
Qukl ty, d tWt oh liaST w7tl. okeft
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