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THE ALBUQUERQUE HORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911.
THREE mm paid fbb SrOK I S P GTURES DON T I FOOTBALL I TODAY'S BIG HIES III 10 DECIDE CHAMPIONSHIPS Footb?.!! Contests East, West and South Draw Interest of j Enthusiasts of Great College Game; Surpilscs Expected. The crucial stupe in the football mason has been reached and today's iramc" will te!) prottv well which of I l ht. tear.-.s, both In the east and the w'tt, can be exported to R.un thp coveted honor? of beitiff proclaimed chni; dorr, of their respective ree tic.ns. The success of the season thus far is uji'U'ef'.ti'ir.ed. Not only have the ne? rules assisted the smaller col Icrcs in thiit the open play gave an opportunity f r .ill classes to (Com pete with each other, but they de veloped the chances of other col ics':: than the Ilix Six of the east, and the conference elevens of the went to compete for championship honors. The most Important of today's panics in- each section are given be low: The I"st. Yale vs. Drown at New Haver. Harvard vs. Carlyle at Cambridge. Tr'nceton vs. Dartmouth at Prince ton. .Army vs. Fucknell at Went Point. Cornell vs. Michigan at Ithaca. Pern t-'tate vs. Colgate at State College, Pa. Penn. university vs. Lafayette at Philadelphia. Now York unlveiT-'ty vs. Rutgers nt Now York. Van Her Poly vs. Rochester nt Rochester. I.'-'hlBl) vs. Fvvarthn ore at Hethlo hom. Colby vs. Holy Cross nt Worcester. S.vraciiHe vs. Vermont nt Syracuse. MAV Ilili:i) 1'IU ITS LMlOHTj:i I'Uiii ItAISlNH (TRUANTS (ITKOX AND PEEI.S IIKAD I.KTTl'CE l'. V APPLIvS (All kinds.) io kixus or (Tikf.sk HOME .MADE PICAL1I.LA FANCY TAIHJ: IIAIHIXS HI BP.AKD SQVAS1I FINE NATIVE ( I I.FRY X t r siii:lmi PECANS. ALMONDS AND PACKAOE DATES FIIF.SH (iOODS AIUUVINU DAILY . J. fvlaloy I PHONE 72. t t Maloy's i i I i iu:sii stkaviu:kuii:s t CALU'OltNIA iit.pi-:s f i f MALAGA (JKAPI'S i 1 J t It! SIM IS j T """ li I i;V NITS OK ALL KINDS J! ! -I t I f 1 ANCY TO.M.Vroi.S f . 1 , Union vs. .Hamilton at Clinton. M.vne vs. I owdoin at Brunswick. Navy vs. We:t Virginia una :.:; at Annapolis. The cm. The western college rchtdule shov.r a number of important game ar today a follows: Chicago vs. Northwestern at Ch! vuco. Jliinois vs. Indiana at In. liana polls. Nebraska vs. Kansas at Lincoln. Punhie vs. Iowa State at Lafayette. Western Res rve vs. Kuchtel at Akron. Ror.e Poly. vs. Mabash eellose at Ttrre HiiUe. Rlpon vs. Lawrence at Appleton. Denver university vs Colorado ?ohool of Mines at iHnver. Colorado oollef vs. rtah at Colo rado prinss, Colorado university vs. Colorado Apsios at Itoulder. Cincinnati vs. Peni.-on at Cinidn natl. Was.! . inston university vs. Missouri at .t. Louis. The South. l'aylor State vs. Mississippi A. & M. at Paten Rouse. Richmond vs. William and Mary at Williamsburg, Va. Roanoke vs. V. M. I. at Lexington. Trinity university vs. Poly, college at Kort Worth. Tulane vs. rnlverrlty ut Tuscaloosa. North Carolina vs. South Carolina at entire! Hill. Scwanee vs. Oeorrria Technical at Atlanta. Virginia Poly. va. I'niverslty of Tenmssee at niacksburg. William Jewel vs. Missouri School of Mines. New Mrxlcn . amos. I. X. M. vg. Agsies at Mesllla Tark. Albuu,;ier.i'e High school vs. Nor mals at Las Vegas. X. M. M. I. vs. Western college at Artesia. , VAHSITYAGGI ES MEET TODAY AT Coach Hutchinson and Crippled Team Left His Last Night For Las Cruces; Changes in Line-Up, With his team Imdlv crlnnled be cause itf ihi n)i..ri.-.. ..f tun ,.r hut 1 ttars, Coach Hutchinson, with the Varsity football eleven, left last night lor Mesilla park to engage tho farm ers In the annual game between the two Institutions. The (fame will likely decide the championship, lor If the Varsity succeeds In winning from the Aggies, which is most likely, and the Actios beat Roswell In the Thanks giving -lame, the championship will unquestionably be with the Silver and the Rod. The blow to the Varsity gridiron ' warriors was a most sudden and at the same time most "expensive o.no. , Kinslund, the star end, left for the eiLst on flip fleer vtsttrfl'i v Ht'ti-r- noon in response to a telegram, and Hunter, the best Kiiard of the team, Is forced out of the same because of a bad hand. In the same last Satur day with the Roswell cadets, Hunt er had the mistortvine to cut his hand badly, and presold indications ire that blood polsonlns may set in. On this account ho is forced to slay at home and e,rit his teeth with dis appointment at his misfortune. In place of RiiiKland, at rhcht end, Woolhridyo, one of the headiest lit tle ends In New Mexico, will bo used, and for Huner nt risht guard, Llt trell will Kit In. l.cmbke will relieve Hill ut quarter, to got the benefit of his wonderful foot work. Other wise, the lineup will be the same as so gloriously acquitted Itself in the Military Institute game last Satur day. Coach MacLaren, at one time a member of the West Point team, but now on the faculty of the El Paso Military Institute, will referee, while the other- officials will likely be se lected at Mesilla. The lineup tomorrow for the Vars ity will he: Woolhridge, right end; Mudgett, right tackle; Llttrell, right guard; Allen, center; Strome, left guard; Hamilton, (capt.) left tackle; Carlvlo, left end; Lembke, quarter; Calkins, left half; tlladdlng, right half; Arens, full hack. Substitutes, Hill, Wolfe, Iloldt, Armljo. Special values in all lines at Golden Rule Thanksgiving Sale. Come today. HIGH ELEVEifPLAYS VEGAS NORMAL TODAY With the intention of upholding the honor of the Albuquerque High School the football tleven left last evening for Las Vegas to engage the heavy Normalites of that city In a gridiron contest this afternoon. Cnder the efficient directing of Coach Alton, the team has been do ing hard and serious practice for the last week, developing new plays and working out the present football strat egy to the bent of their ability. The following is the line-up taken by the Albuquerque Highs: Center, Camp; guards, Zierlnif and Lee; tac kles, Wernlng and Frank; ends, Hhuf flebarger and Esplnosa; quarter, La praik; half backs, Heselden and Grimmer: fullbacks, I'.iUroinb, fichutt and liarth went along as subs. Snecial Linen Values at Golden Rule Thanksgiving Sale. MESILLA PARK c 0T0PLAYER S National Baseball Commission Declines to D:ide Up $3,500 Paid For Piiiiege cf Repic duchg World Series Garros. Rv Mrnlc Journal rl:l Iww Wlr ) Ciiioiniaiti, O., Nov. in. The Na tional I'.iscbi.'i comn-.isKen, in a finding ivnde public today, sas tbM n nthor the New York National pl.iv ers no- the members ot the Philadol ph'n Annrieans are entitled to a share of the money obtained from n moving picture company for the priv ilege of takins moving pictures di.r itiir the world s championsh.p s. l ies Th commission deciarcr. that tlo t" f.trt paid by the picture concert; for the concession has been credited to the general fund of the commis sion and will be applied to the pay ment of operating expenses. The matter was brought to the attention of the commission by President Lynch of the National league, who. during the world's series was handed a written communication by members of the New York club in which they acked about the picture privilege. Ti:e playerr said they were dissatis fied with the treatment received at the hands of the commission in re gard to the pictures and they Inquired why the privileges had Ueell So'd without their consult. In its finding today the commis sion answers the questions of the New York players In detail and In con clusion says Hie letting of the con tract did not concern the member of either club. MINOR LEAGUE CLUBS GETTING WORST OF IT Peoria, 111., Nov. 10. D. K. Dug- dale, owner of the Seattle, Wash., NorlhwoiTern league club, stepped off In Peoria today on his way to San Antonio, Tex., where the meeting of the National l'ascball association will be held. l' lative to the proposed fight be tween the Eastern Lague and the American association on the question of the amount t be paid by the Am erican and National leagues for drafting players, Dugdale had this to say: "I am not convinced that the two leagues Mhoul l be granted their de mand for a draft price of $:..noo 'for one player from each club, but I an convinced that the major leagues are not getting what they deserve. Th present rule which allows the big leagues to draft a man for $l.om) ami any number of them, places the Am erican association and the Eastern Jongue on a low basis. -'- Stulil to Manage IloMon. Chicago, Nov. 10 J. C. Stahl, when seen nt his work In a local bank to day, verified the report that he waf 'oing to manage the Hoston Ameri cans." 4 "Yes, I've decided to accept the of fer made by President McAleer," he said. "I'll be mighty glad to get back Into the game again." THE MERRY, MERHY MINSTRELS. The merry, merry minstrels are omlng to town, and this time It Is not tho white man Imitation, but that good (dd standby, Richard Prlngle'f Fnifiouu Georgia Minstrels. This company has been comlnt! here so long that the dramatic editor of tho Morning Journal Is at a loss to remember the date of their first ap pearance. This Is the one minstrel organiza tion that Seems to keep pace with the taste and cravings of a fickle public Kach season they offer nn entirely new program, replete with novelties and surprises, but never got awa from that distinctly minstrel atmos phere, as do so many ot their white competitors. When one goes to a minstrel show he expects to see n minstrel show, not ft hod ee podge of musical com edy, vaudeville and what not; and right here let us t.tate this Is the key. note of this company's success. If you want to see a minstrel show they will surely satisfy your appetite. For two find one-half hours you will be entertained with all that the word Implies. As the funny man says: "Its a corker!" Saturday, November IS, Is the date of their appearance at the Elks' theater." At noon the M:? parade. i n v e s tTgat TT(TcTiAR g e AGAINST M'NAMARA Indianapolis, Intl., Nov, 10. The federal grand Jury will decide the larger part of next week to further investigation of allegations that John J. and. James H. MrXiiiniini, o. E, Mr. Manlgal and others were engaged In a conspiracy Illegally to tranport ex plosives from state to state, It was said today. A long list of witnesses Is to lie ex amined. Accountants and stenograph ers were busy todav with tho records of the International Association of P.rldge and Structural Iron Workers In an nnte-room of the grand Jury che tuber. Accountants and county offleinls who had charge of the Iron workers' hooks before tney were turned over to the federal authorities, and who are defendants In a replevin suit, for the books filed by the association, were ordered by the circuit court to day to answer on November 13, Special values in all lines at Golden Rule Thanksgiving Sale. 'Come today. Rid nANfF ELKS BALL ROOM TONIGHT Lr lJ lmiMVL 5-Piece Orchestra. Admission 75 cents; Ladies Free HOB CLAMORS FOR FOWLED PROPOSES T ' r '! LIFE DF NEGRO TO FLY FROM U-W. 'YTtf I RAVISHER, HAND CAR Kfc P 5 s I I 1 'I I H i i'l 1 'I M ll I I,' it 1 1 Enraged Citizens $ui round Jai in Pennsylvania Village Bent i On Lnching Brute Who At tacked Little Gi: n Unrntnc ."Mmil spil Imv4 Wlr. ;c rs.'.alo, Pa.. Nov. le. Hun dreds f enraged unam rurround the tail tonight threatening to lmh b.'.iah normall, ngeil 2 J. .1 negro, who is alK ged to have af.a. ked Ethel Morgan, a white child, aged S, last l.ie.lll. A'ter making attampts to get the netro to the county iail at Somerset, Pa., the authorities were compebed to rush the prisoner laek to the lercngh jail. At each attempt the mob interrupt ed the police and almost gained pos : i ssi ii of the pegro. At tt rto tonight the authorities de elded to barricade the Jail and try to i.,p o,f the mob until rtlnforoo meeis arrived. Throughout the day men and bos ..i-r-;Vtcd about the jail. Tonight their numbers were augmented by men who hud en , rkina- during tile d IV. Recruits are pouring In from the country districts to aid the mob, while officers are being summoned from all parts of the county to pro tect tho negro. rWresuljs. At I.iiIoiiIh. Latonia, Ky., Nov. 10. Meridian won the feature event handicap nt six furlongs at litonia today In a ('.riving finish with drover Hughes and Koliio Levy. Results: I'lrst race, G furlongs: Nan Fergu son won; Maym rs, second; Culetta, third. Time. 1:15 1-5. Second race, mile: Prig won; t'ol niu I lloMoway, second; lionneohance, third. Time, 1:43 2-fi. Third race, 6 furlongs: Jeanne H'Arc won; J. . Heed, seond; Magazine, third. Time, :H 4-5. I'ourth race, purse, i! furlongs; crlili.Man won; tJrover Hughes, s. end; I'YIIIo Levy- third. Time, 1:1.1 3-5. Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth 'luckier won; Holtleman, second; S un Piirbcr, third. TfiO. 1:4 2-5. Sixth raee, mile and a sixteenth: Console won; I'm l.icada second : (Juccii Marguerite, third.' Time, 1:4 7 3-5. At .lauicslown. Jam i 'Slow n, Va., Nov. 10. Close contents and fast time marked the racing today. The feature was the purso event which was won by Onng- t in handy fashion. Results: First race, six, furlongs: Helen ''!'''( o. won; Sherwood, second; Mex puna, third. Time: 1:14 4-5. Second race, hurdle, 1 3-4 miles lr. lb aid, won; Sam Hull, second lay Deceiver, thifVl. Time; 3:117. Third raee, live furlongs: Klttory w on; same sua ;uro, second; Miss Joe, third. Time: 1:0.1 1-5. Pout th race, six furlongs: Onager won; Kormiik, second; Habblcr, third rime: 1:1(1 2-5. Fifth race, mile: lineman, won: Herbert Turin r, second; Michael An gelo, third. Time: 1:13. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth: St. Joseph won; .Vnlzu, second; Kdwltt l. third. Time: 1:52. Rat Ncl-oii stops Moore. liuffalo, N. V., Nov. 111. Rattling 'i Ison. the lurioor champion, slop pod Tommy Moore of Chicago In nine ouiids here tonight, although be was not given credit for a clean-cut vic tory. In the sixth and. again In I ho 'iveitih rounds Moore complained Unit Ihe'haltler was hitting low and the referee emit lone, Nelson. Moore oMiipsed ,mt before the opening of the lentil round, mumbling "ll was that foul blow." j. " v To Open Scries Earlier. Chleago, Nov. 10. President p., P. Johnson, of the American league and member of the NiHloml t'ouimlsslon, today nntionnoed that the commission had decided the world's series base ball games next year will begin iiclo lier 7 and Hint the playing schedules of American and National leagues will lie made In accordance with that (In cision. M I n rla nil ami Murphy Matched. Han Francisco, Nov. 10. Paekey MeFarlund nnd "Harlem Tommy" Murphy will right twenty rounds In this city Thanksgiving daw Tonight Promoter James Coforth obtained .His filial consent of MeFHrland. Murphy agreed soma days ago. . Special Linen Values at Golden Rule Thanksgiving Sale. IMPORTANT CHANGES IN NAVAL OFFICERS' DETAILS Washington, Nov. 10,-Several Im portant changes In tho details ot naval officers have been announced. Itear Adinlmil ('. R. Wlnslow, now supervisor "f New York harbor. Is ordered to the naval war college, Newport; Captain H. H. Wilson, as- shtant chief, bureau of tia vlgnlloti, Is ordered to command t hw battleship North Dakota; Captain A. Cleaves, commander of I he battleship North Dakota, to command the naval sta tion, Niirriigafisett bay, and serum naval district; Captain T. H. Roilgeis, commander battleship Georgia, to the ruivnl wnv college, Newport; ('Hplaln J, I!. Oliver, now at naval war col lege, Newport, to command battleship New Hampshire: t.'atdaln M. John ston, captain navy yarn, Portsmouth, i H., to command hiimoshlp Georgia and Captain J. Leonard, detached us president-general (doit lillllshiil. New York navy yard to command Portmioulh, N. ! i "iy yard, I Unable to Bucke Machine F.ci, ! xi "'" v!! ' ,'" 1 J Mft M 1 ' Qir-I A, ;.,.- U 'II ,,,ld t M, ' ! if 7 lli (m'Y, It, uui u, fui.tivi ttut rvoouiio v. f fi M I i i i in , 1,1 1 It On Unkiuo Equipment a,, . l t-1!'! 'i' ' i I A 1 i I I. i 1 ry to Rise. i . I , I " )OY s V,!nl' H Morning Jmirn-tl ,rt'l Inwil W lr. ' FI Paso, Tex., Nov. 10. After two more d.-'.xs ol alortive tl'.ort, Robert O. Fowier has signally failed to r. t his aei of lane out of the sand In whit h It Is Mn.-k at M.istodon, N. M., and mis nnauy settit.l upon a new l which wiii he tii. d out Sunday. Oftlciats of the Kl Paso nrd South western Railway have agreed to furnish Few It r with a long flat lopped hand car, which will be pushed down on the railway track opposite where his machine is nmv stiamled. The machine will be dismantled tomorrow carried piece b pi. t e to the railwav track, again assembled and from t'n op ol the hand car, lowlcr will at tempt to rise 111 the air. If he succeeds he will circle b;u k over the scene of his frcidoet before thin; Into Ki Paso, In order that It cannot be raid he covered even a portion of (he in tervening distance other than In his aeroplane. if Fowler Is successful In tills un dertaking it will establish a low rec ord. Ely flew from the deck of a bat tleship In the harbor of San Francisco. Curtiss from the surface of the wa ter In San Diego Hay. Robertson from the surface of the Mississippi, but Fowler will be the fir. t aviator to nt tempt a flbiht from the hurricane deck of a railway hand car of the push variety. EXORBITANT PRICE 0 III? FOR COAL Quartet master.General Allshiro Asks Authority to Buy Fuel in Open Market; Has Scheme to Save $60,000, Illy Morning Joiirnnl Sprelnl 1 f iim-i) Hire I Washington, Nov. 10. Protesting that the army Is compelled to pay exorbitant prices for coal under the present system of ndwrtinng for lids, Rrlgadier (lenei.,1 Aleehire, ((tiartormasler general. In his annual leport asks that authority he glvn to purchase conl 111 i!,e open mar ket, similar to that now employed by the navy department. Especially, says the report, are high 1 rices i barge,! on iho Pacific cons' am for eo used In Alaska and for the transports. Attention Is called to the fact that approximately ,!,), 00 a year ean bo saved by making mailable the coal application in April, as 11 is pointed ( in thai the cost ol delivery of an thracite conl advances between April and August about filly centH a ton, The saving would amount to nbo,i, eight per cent of Hie total expendi ture for anthracite coal, . . CONDEMNED MAN TO DIE BY SHOOTING Sail Lake ('II v, I'tiih, Nov. 10,--Hcnry Thome, eoiivl, ted of tho mur der of George W. Fassell, whlln at tempting: to rob Fs'cirH place of business, was sentenced today to lie executed on December 2. A condemn ed prisoner Is permitted to select whether he will be hanged or shot, under the laws of I'tah. Tliotiii! chose death by ('.limiting, Clilnlionni olilcliil PoImoiiciI. McAlestrr, i ik la., Nov. 111. J. McAlestcr, lleuteicio governor INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS- tl ICanen's New Metleo Curpof tloti Laws, Rules ami Fori, cornpll (d to dale. A useful nobis for rorporatlon of ficers, attorneys and engineers. Tou need no other. It ha everything Io one book. Post yourself. A roll) expebiltr mistaken. All Territorial Inw en ALL elancs of Corporations; ItinkltiK, Lulldln nd Loan, Penevolent, Industrial, Ir rigation, Insurance, Mercantile. Mln- Inn, Itallrosd'. Taxation, ete with extensive Citations. The only complete New Mr1e, Corporation, Irtlgatlon an Mln'rn Code published. Complete Forne and Mulet fo lrswlng and filing all kind of enr pnratlon papers; leferences, foot notes, by-laws. etc. Territorial Irrt latlon Hulfs and Formi. unllert Ptates Laws which appl te Sew Mexico; Carey Ant, Irrigation Minim?, Psllroads, Taxes; nu'e snfl forms for eeoi)fnr U. 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