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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW lOXXIt, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1011. VMi.m so. Mi VOii 1. NO. B.'HM PRINCETON WINS CHAMPIONSHIP FROM KALE 10 3 Sensational Ran of White for Sixty-Five Yards 011 Wet FUld Dteides Supremacy ef Eastern Colleges. YALE SCORES THREE 1Y GOAL FROM HELD Stwre is First Princeton Touchdown Against Yule in light Years; Gotten on Peer Yale Pass. (Rr Kreetsv HttaM A. F. lt Whe) Yale Field, Now Haven, Conn.. Nov IK. Samuel U. While, of Fall Itlver won (h name between Prince ton and Yale today by ttuklnpr up n poor Ynlo pits and runnltiR sixty flvo jar ild for the tint 'fixer touch down against Ynlo In eight years, but lift t'Mini of Ynlo made u kohI.; friin I hi' field the flnul score stood to 1 HalnMiH-Ht 1'nHnti Wrt I'li'ld, Football banner of Princeton lluuntrd defiance ill Yule In New Haven today, but v I tli n southeast rainstorm sweeping over Hie phi-lug field both banner and ben rent M-cm-I'd bedraggled iimT dispirited over tilt prespects of n Koud football tent FtMitbulllst dislike to duy u three cornered game in which the weather has n bund. The element of luck has usually figured much lamer In Hitcti contests than under dry condi tions. Princeton I in iked on such an element with mtlr complacrncy than Yalo because good fortune tin it walk ed hand-ln-hand with the former In every game so fur thin season, Out on Derby Downs, where the amphitheater iitttnrfn, the storm howl si Hd rrahcd all the forenoon. tear I UK down small trees, putting tele graph wires out of commission and carrying off nearly everything that was net nailed down. In agjrefcate weight I'rlncetor. had n alight advantage over Yale but In the latter team the weight b mere ertlv tHetrHmteil. t HI I Fl mBVnFl&AW"4 SV nWM assst tew -,hnll1 4frainatlHi U not vohfMencO In the outcome, nit well us e-MlMt physical condition of the players, Th line-up. Yaltr Avery, loft end. Hoully. left taoki KranCln. loft miard, Ketchmn, ernter. McIHUlt. rlxht Ruardj I'aul, tlalit tuokli'i nomeUtrr, rlslit -nd; llowy urter. Camp left Imlf. Kpald Inir, right halft Ounn. fvillbick. I'rlncelon White, loft end. Hurt, left tncktc, Duff, Inft guard, ttlif tlirntDnl, center. Wltion, rlKht guard! I'IiIIIUmi. rlKht tuckte; Uuntap. rUh end; IVndlfton, ounrter; lttWilt. left hulfj mkt r, rlht half. Vaughn, fullbivk. Orflflal. Itofurtff. l-ansTord of Trinity, umpire. Vliilanwi of lenn O'lvanlO, head llnniman, ConUllo of Ccrnclli field Judv, tinow of Mlchi- 8n, Clamp called at 2 v. in. Tlniv, llflecnwlHte pcrMo. ln.t Quarter, Thn YH rl w" "r ,h" fluid. Th- rwrlr Yul" oll arreted thoni and tlw varsity rleVfit btn wtlrw. Tn Irlncvton trnm fol lowed Hvo tolnutrK Inter nd the I'rlncelon cheer Irade" utaricd ttio fnmouK "'Itwoinolh e" yell. Yale eheered l'rmct.lit and the Tiger rndtHd returned thi tunnitlmeiit. l'rlr.rvlo tyon the lon for potdtlon nml chow to defend hr north goal, KlviNR Yp the kick off. Francki kicked off tu Hurt on I'rlnccton'a ?S.yrd line and there tu no hhh ii the run back. Ue WMI tried Yule end for no Ritln. WuWItt punte.a la Howe In inld-field; Om Yalo ndnrter wnn thrown fur no gain. Camp punltd on th flrnl down lo the IG.yard lln-. Thero wn no gain In thi run batk. DoYVIU punted to Mpnldlng on YuIu'k nn.jurd lino. Thiru wu fumblo but Yalo kepi thu bull. Yolo ntnrted ruohlnw urn) oh a Ming shift Howp wins thrown without twin, tump Kicked out of boundu on 1'rlneelon'H 61-yard line. UeWltl klcktd nt one to llowo on Yul' 18 yurd line. r'rltu,ton,ii vtida Were a fa tlmt MuWu wui thrown at once. On a fnku kick fnmli madn ten ynrtlM for a flwt ttuwh. It wttft ialoa ball tin thn 35yird line, t.'uniu punted to iiHd-fleld and the. lnll went tu Ynlv on I'vnd ntdH K fumble. On a crlrcroM Dunn made five yard. Camp , Wvknl tu I'eiidlelon tin I'rlNceloft'a JR-yanl line. It wna l fir patak Ami nu Biilll. riiWIR laetMd nt Oiico to Hunt, on l'rWiceti' tyard linn. Howe matin u lr mmM MM YhK' linnu t try a uoAl frtHM tcVtet, it wmi HMfMV I'UHt by Citnip and 1'MMkltMi nwtirht It miuHuly unit rn It tack teH utM-d lo Hrlwcetoa'M yiMxl lUHi. fkuWIK kkktMl tit mum. fawn tit ttwi MM iul ran H bak. m V4 to llwcaton iU vmm tuw. Om h wimr Mm i iuhI Mmw rn tp lrineirtMiiM rbjfUt ciM. Tm waa called wW HjttlttK 4Hd Wrt tkolr tm 0m tii"fMu Wmvlln ahtft lur m4(i W yardK. Kw mk m OHiM kkk t FBltttletMM om r ItM'a tMfSMM Hutu TWh wo ntte in flu rm hhck, mKM in Camp M itlnetflnn' 1t.ynt4 Ww MILWAUKEE 6V OUTPOINTS AUSTRALIAN Hr Kvrft4 HeraM a. r. l.Bm Wit) 8yJny, N. I. W.. Nov. 18. Jimmy clMy e Milwaukee as. lly oHtpatara Arthur Crlppa for the wU4WwaK caamploBsidp or AtH today. The bout was HehedttM ,at twenty rounds. but Criiirsiswawk'iiKed defeat In tto lrtttl. ,,' The ball wan run back five- nrtln, At tlila point Yalo eemrd to bo driv ing J'rlncetoa gradually back. Uuntt inadit flv yardu through center. A poor pants to Ynle'ft back field went completely clear of the Ynlo playero. YVliHr ItuiM M YrlK for Ttmchdimn. White of Kail ItlVer repented his performnncn of two weeka uuo and thin llmo ran 65 yardn for a touch down, liakrr kicked goal, fkoro I'rlncflin. Ynlo 0. Howo Clinnod White und grabbed him Junt before reaching thn goal lino White, however, Hlld thu rest of the dlilnntit In the mud. Thu piny wait rmutned by Kraurtt kleking over the gout line. Thu ball wag Mirnuglit out V tun zo-yiiru uuo und rrlntelon hlaMed ruHhlng. Tho nut of the neflod thn ball tvan kicked thn 25-ynrd Hue und rrlntelon Matted ruHhlng. Tho rent of the period thn ball wan kicked back !y forth, tho period indlng with tlitl bulln I'rlitctittm' pomea- tilon, orf their' SH-yard llnu. Scora; Princeton 0, Tralo o. Srewntt Ifriutl. The bniy wiwt kept In I'rlncelou'H territory urtifg the flrot piirt of thltt period. KbKlding treti a kuoi iruiu the field .Ijut th! ball went Mrnlght Into iVlneclon'ii hund oil the ten ynrdjlhe. UoWItt kicked to Wince tn't''50.ynril line. Mown ran It buck lt' I'rlnceton'it S 1-yard line. ' Htniei Klekn litml for Yuit'. Kpnldlng inutile ueven ynrdtt around I'rfnceton'it right end. I'hllbln tried the renter for nu gain. Hoc tried a gonl from the field but It failed. There wun an off-uldn play by Trlnce. ton. Ktnndlnic nu rrlncetiin n ;syurd Hue. Howe in hi fourth attempt itent the ball through the goal rmntx. Koore. I'rlnt'elon, 0, Yale, 3. When I'rlncelon kicked uff nil the playera wero of the Mine, color on account of the mud. Ilow enught the klrk.nff and ran the ball back to Yalo'n It.-) aril line. Ounp punletl to l'rlnccton'a 30-yurd line and ren dition raft the IwH back ten yardn. Prmetoii tttarted rutthlug but could not gain n yard ngitlnt Ihu Yale defcllie. Camp klcketl in Howo on YrtlvVt 45-yard line and the half ended, Hcore- Prineelon. ; Yale, 3. TWrd IVriod. In the third' Hrr(td on A fake kick Cain n ran the bail lo I'rlnceton'n 30- yard line. After an ineffectual ni itHttftt to aan through thn line Howe d retried back for it try for goal on rrlHeeton' 4a-yrtff Una. Tho kick wan Macktd and I'rlnceten got ll on k t-rri mt, ktekln to le' TO-yrd line, Thero wan nu exchange of punto. Vale gln matte Ineffectual attemphi to tK'V Ihriiwrti taV lino and Camp kicked to pr!nc't6fTx 30-yard Una. Tho ball wn returned, All were called back through holding by I'rlncelon and the hall went to Yala on the forty-yard line. Howe m1ed it try for goal and ihe period ended, Vrti rwlod, The fourth period opened with the bull on J'rlncttonV J5-yrd line, Dc Witt klekud to Howe, who muffed on the It-yard line, and It wan I'rlncc lon'a bull. On the second down Oe Witt klfhed to Howe on Ynle'n 41 yard line Yale returned the ball to I'rlnceton it 30-yard lino and nftcr n two-yurd gain through center by VougliHU, IX'WItt kicked to Camp un I'rlnceton e BO-yurd line. Camp re turned the kick, the ball golUK over ihu goal line, nnd It wa I'rlnceton'a ball on her own SS-yard line. After litis thn neither goul in danger "GETslllS IRISH" SAYS FLYNK FlMlnlng llivman of I'ueblti Itefem in thr Imiomiwwo Kirtrit or nit .n. Itniialliy In KieklHff A Urn I John- Mill. Han KraucW'o, Nny. 18.-"Yuu bet I'm Irlcii, my reul tmnie In Klynn I am going In whip Jack Jolmnon,' mim tlm tnleinunt madn by Jim I'ii'iin. the flgbtlnH tlremau ot Colo. ratio and Ine tllMUurlniier of Ihe whltti hopc. hero tuday. "Thero l nothing to that report that I'm nu Iiullun. 1 had un Italian tp-fnthcr hut that a nit far an It goew,"' added inynii. "Ab for Johnmin, when he gels ready to ll gin again rm going to Hght him, CHEWING GUM TRUST UNDER TKE LAW (My i:irl Herat A. I". t4 WUo New imean, .ov. m. tno ARttri- cun Chlclo eompuny wa Indicted on ten eountN hero today by tho federal grand Jury, charging violation of tin Intemtatn eommerco law through thu valuation nlnced on shipment of gum by which tho company obtained lower freight rat en man it wo enittteu to under larlffn llletf with Hm ltertata eommerco vommlwlon. TO . CI.AIKVOVAXT VtiK A iX.VM ii tudu Ua u fgXdutugajM Huncook, MIoIIm.pV. !). 'The nlrt of IKt occult was tte ty Iht police to tiielr wareh for IfcOr mwrrer of Hrt. Ma Kasrelu. wo wiled l W kMit lit St. 3fry'a a WMk so, I 4Irv'(ysnt w aeaM t by the imk f polkie. M yrnwilstil answer wttkl two dnyl. Uew MeMrtrick km, ItKi ea4 wtfnwp'ii aJfcmaM kwi aiiMd. who won. tm at hr t m euaooi rnim Miliet wad, wmAI gerMed, but tho poHce have kft to fames tHe cttwve upuu Mat, tMauitu the revolver wHh which thur blo ttio kle rho'ilHig waa 4 H'WIOl no iowm. GISIVE 6ATTLEIREPU8UMNS WILL NEAR WILL NANKING ECIDE Revolutionists Expeoted to Clah With Imperial Troops Somewhere Sctween Chin Xiang and Nanking. WU TING FANG MAKES APPEAL TO NATIONS Hr H mIuk Herald A. I. Iard Wire) aiiniiBhnl. Nov IS. It wuh ex poclfil hero today tliul Hit' revolullon rk' und the ImiieilallalB Iroopit v. until conio tu n ctunh aumuwliorc In tho tllitirlot between Chin 'iCInim and Nnnklnic. If ruvolullotiury forocimtn nru correct tills wilt be tho bcglunliiK of tha iktlslve bn'.tUt of tho war. With tho full of .NunkltiK, 1'oltlli will bo Ihu hint ttionutiold of thn MbiicIiub RHd ImpcrliitlitUi. nml uncording tu thu hello' here, thu IntrenchmeniB on I'urplo Hill must yloiil Iti it concerted nltuck of the body of the ruvalullon nry arm, it indeed they do nut aur rendor and put tlietnuelvus nt tho nuruy of thu rovolutlont.ua. In citMo tlio revolutionist win, thu osnct utatuH of thu Munchtis in thu nation la yet lo bo dctortnlned. This people hna ruled China with n yoke af Iron for many ccuturioa nnd mi n coii8(-'(uenco the Manchu nre hated by It people H wovcr. It . li i ml- J mltted, that tho new government i n et.) am ieaty. ami '"' w 11 ,b given n pt.co ttldo by aide with the tninwio people. i uun uic .bci, I WU MAfr, wrwu I TO ALL THE WORLD i Wu Tlngfauff, whn algns lilinnclf "director uf foreign affairs of tho re public," ban UhuciI nn aipeal to tho not Id for the recognition of the Chi neau republic. It foltowa: "Tho Clilnitu nation, barn anew in Ihe travat of revolution, extends friendly greetlnga nnd felicitation lo Ike whole world. "As tho republic of China It how mk wMd rccgit! by tk cfviiiw pewM ai will enable It with thn MlaUice of their kindly offices to erect upett tho foundation of honest sjevornment nml friendly trade and tetereeurao with nil peoples a peace M, happy future. "Tho Chluuno pcopio are not untried In self government. Tor couiitlcas dC8 they ruled thomncHes and de velopcd oh ubscrvanei) of thu law to! a degree now known among other races. Thev developed the arts. In dubtrtes and agriculture and knew tteaco nnd contentment surpassingly well. Down upon them swelil the savnge huides of an alien, warlike rucc- Tha Chinesu people weru conquered nad eachtved. For 270 yearn this bond a-go existed. Then the Chinese peo ple aroso and struck this blow tor freedom. Out of tho chaos and dust of the (nllliiK throMo emerges n free, enlight ened tropic, n great natural democ racy of 400 million human being. They have chosen to set up a repub. Ic. Their choice, wo believe, u wle one, "No clu.a nobility oihobk tho Chi nese, no recognised royal family to at up In place of the dcpartlnt; .Man rhu royal house. This la a Kreat tk'Hioeracy. Officials spring from among thn people and to the people will return. "No nrlnces. unit) or dukes nmotig tttn CWhw. "Wwh tho Mattehu Ihrone removed ttica Is left a madu-to-ordor republic. Alrendy we have provincial uwm- biles nnd a nutlonal iissumly. Alniy wo have a full set of eomp&elcnt of- Hchils. Wtthln n few iUh the coHdlltu- 1 tonal ronvcnllun will meet. Arange mcHtK for It wuro Tiimlo loni; ago. At llio wuvonllon win bo fully author ised delcgatea from every province. "A constitution or tho most en lightened character will ho adopted and now offteerM of ttio provisional tfin eminent elected, Following will come, under the provimowa of thu eoRNtltullon, pruvlnrlal MatloMt nine- Uime. It U linpcnttlvo that our mciv- eminent bo recotmlii'd at this tlwo In order that business may wn bo subjected to proJond Hla;uiitlon. "I'eaco prevail ovcrywhwo avo at Ilawkow, but bunlneu canant (ireceed until the new- renulillo la wolcomod raig the nations of thu work), Wo ask Tecoal4k) that wo may enter tope new Hfe afttl new rolatlosvhlps With im great pswws. "Wo mjc rew4ln or tlm reimbiic xawse 11hs rttwtaMo h n tact. Vwi- t Af Hm tMalMaasi irevtce4 htve of tk Xatka gsrvsmaiat st arwrnwastd al'wstaa ipi f4iMBjlrtPls "TNt rtwsiaintaa: aTiaca wm, i m pnisni song mt inn rMtrsv" 6A4IT8 MWtTS MSASTROUS RFAT mmM 'are eeivatl cW sdris pokw Asm Ommm lafwwkt; Mw flkat M'Prtwktottt CMra, at itm sjmmI M m BwrklsriWii My ef isyiilnOw. lata, svui nrt ulth a 4ia4rM iMMi kMNtt Mn CtM1hiI, MM E T WR CONTROL ROTH BRMjRES OF LEI Supreme Curt and Corpora tion ContMiHion Will AUo Show a Majority of Re puhlieanf. RETURNS ARE NOW PRACTICALLY COMPLETE Sargeant, Clancy, Ervien and Curry Are Eleoted, While Stroup 1 Probably De feated. While nuililng'tli'Miille in Hie wuy of oilklul returnt' from ihu recent elec tion cun yet Ix! given to tho public, and while thtuuot!leliil flgurtH re ceived nt thn ciimpiilgn Iitmdiiinrtera of tho two iinrtjet ore uit yet fur from eomptule, enough Information hu been received tn give a much nioru delinlte Iden of'the results In the var ious rneea Xuratuti olllcejt tlmn him heretofore been poiwiile. nnd tho pur. iiiinel of the hwo liouxen of the IIthI atiito leglKlitturo eun be announced with u dcKrre of dellnltetieKM up iiroiiclilug very vl'mtdy to uIjhoIuIi eertnlnty llnth tho Kopubllcuii and Demo eriiile heuihiuarterit in 8anta 1V have been kept opuryjver nlnce the election , , Voelnct ...,. , .Ia,p MMd frnm ' lu ,.!110 headfiuurlera waking elalma of the of varloU)1 c;nul,,c, lTp ln )(i ,,r,M.nl tlmu tlieno llgurea havo amounted to km I Utile In tho way of giving any occwnlo Idna an to whn unu elected. fir thev wero iicd on or the purpoac of receiving liolutetl the mont iwnffer returns nnd were generally given n iwrllnnn tinge ac cording to tho political complexion of the purlieu giving them out. A cpmparkKm of the llgures now claimed by the two hruihiuarlen, however, hhuwa tli.il they are not Very far upart. ami furnishes a deflnlto bunts on which' to make i prediction a to what thi eMclal returns wilt hnw wjien theW?vai H made an the 27th by -the jwrernor, the ithlef JiiKtlco and tlm secrotary nf state. Those figure nhow that tho Demo crat have elected their candidates tor governor. lieutenant-governor, secretary of state, stale treasurer, su perintendent of public Instruction, one congrriviimin, onn yupreniti court Judge, unn corporation commissioner and twuuty-eiunt mefnbern nf the leg Mature, the latter Including three ho culled progn-HHlve Hepubllcans. while thn Itcpubllcnns havo elected their candidates for stato auditor, land eommbisloner, attorney Koiierul, one rongrcsHnmn, two members of tho su- prrme court, two corporation eom mlMloncrs and fortj'-Rvo members ot the legislature 111 the executive department, tho Democrats nnvlng elected their can didate far governor, who has the ap pointment of many minor officials. have nil thn Ut of lt( although thn Itcpubllcnns niude about an even spilt of It on thn other elective Mtato old' ce. The Miiirenii. enurt tid thn cor nonitloii eomitili.lofi will bt In the control of a ItepiiHllean majority, while In tho leglilataro thn Itepubll- euns have u majority of seventeen on Joint ballot, lnMirlnjr the election ot two Itcpubllcnns to the United .Stales venute, , The oMlcl.lt ennvAMt 'of the Vole Is 01 course likely to shaw' somti changes In the mnjnrltli's orthn varlnim euiidl- dates, but liner. lHW.? likelihood that It will niter the nclicrftl result iih slat ed above, T.ie bstvKuro now ob-. lalnatitn show tho voto to bo us fot- lowsi Vnv ;ttTiior McDoimid i SO.TAs litirstim 27.h Majority . . . S.V37 Vur I.lfutcnant-tkttt'rwir Iiaea 0 ' Marlines ... 3S,t!.1l Majority ii&aii S71 JVr rkxtvlnry itHab? !.ucrn . S!,l''fi Itomcro jfti.i. , . , . SR.fion Majority . - 5i '' . 67c JVh- Wale AudlhJrSS1' 8argent ... 'i?; ? 39.31 (Continued on I'aSSlJ, Column 4.) FOOTBALL. AMU, (Mr l-lvrahHC llrrald A. P. H'ltv) At Cambridge rhMtl, lla-rvaN 5: lUrtliiouth 3. At ChnmiialKit, Ml. nrt ur- lo4, Norlheiom S; MMn&la At Ann Arbor Hwtt pertal, MkMaM Of rcMNtffcwwta a. . KJ of first aWttilita ; ISMMylvanla 0, At MadUou, Ws.Wrt half, MHiaetota C, Wliaasastw H, At Marshal KMM QMr cetid period, Olwiasjs.ai oor- At Dch MointMi mm. prlod, WMfelBKton 0. UMte.tt. Ah ABiiallHfliM .yeresti. Navy 0, I'onnsylwaaaa asWt), 0. At Codar Uaiais; Wwtl, Cor- twit ColUo 48; ato taaWasje 9. 4 4 M. AIUE REYISTA JUNTA IS DISCOVERED BY SECRET SERVICE IN EL PASO Active Campaign of Trans porting Anns and Atamani tion Across Border is Re ported Going On. UNITED STATES TROOPS HELD IN READINESS (Mr titrslao- llrrald A. I. ld Hirst Kl I'iikh, N'ov. IS. Hocrot Hurvlco men of the fedora! guverunionl. It la stated, httve ovldetico of nn nctlvo Itcylstii Junta In Kl Peso, which has I been rnrpvltit- nn nn nvtonidvn eniti- pnigti or gottini; nrnm nnd Rmmunition i across the border, ll Is said tho plana I or tho junta nre to beijln nu nttnek on .liinrei; when tho nqw rovulntlnti Is formally launched. Prominent men JTroni wA'afitlco, former fcjenls, nre in i;i I'aso nml nuvorni 4ot mem me under cloHti Hiirvulllnuco. One Oliltiiuihua nttornoy, tcuuor- urlly living httru. Is said to hnvo sen twenty or tnuni wugou louds of arms ncrusH here, hidden In houscliold goods. When suspicion wns pointed o him, ho left lh city.' Tho Jtintn, It Is snhl. Iiiih IIUU.U(H) nvallubic in h 1'iiKi) b.tnks. OENERAL REYES FEARS ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION Bun Antonio, Nov. IK. Uonurnl llernurdo Hoyea remained close, to his homo burn today becuuno of an nlleg- ctl report that several armed men bad ii rr I veil from .Mexico City, to as sassinate blm. 1 ley en until ho did not bclluto tho report true. Friends, how ever, inutntalned n clone watch on his homo AMERICAN 80LOIERS AWAIT FURTHER ORDERS Washington, Nov, 18, CoimnuHd tTH of tho AmorlcHii troops now near the Mexican border Unlay wurn or dereil lo hold themselves In readi ness lo proceed, liutnedtately upon request from thu proper federal r.utfc orltles, to enforeo thu neutrality laws ot tho United HUtoe. UTAH VS. COLORA CLASH TO DE E S Neither Team Has Been Defeated This Year, and Contest Will Determine Su premacy of States. (Br Krralav Herald A. V. I.rawd Wlrvt Malt Uike City, Nu is. Tho foot ball ehauipluuMhlp oi the ltouky Mountain conference will be decided Ittirei loduy when the I'nlvertlty of Utah meets Ihu t'niverslty ot Colo, luil ci. Neither team iii.s met defeat this year, although rinh wuh held to n notlilng to nothing tlo .by Denver Unlverftlly early hi tha season. The gaum it III be played oi ii wot und slipper)' Held On pant performances IJtuli npptara to have tho faster und ijturo eoiiHhi tent coring maehlne, bill th'o punllnir of Nelron and the droprk'lcklng ot Itleh is eoiiei-ik'il in out-elnss l.io kleklng .f the t'tnh bneks. EIGHTH VENIRE OF TALESMEN CALLE Thirty-Eight Out of Fsrty Men Summoned RhohiI, But Thirty of These Give Valid Exohscs and Exoased. (Mr Breataa? llrrald A. I. Id Wlrs) los Angeles, Nov. 18 Thirty-eight uut of forty men In tho eighth vcnlro In the McNiunara murder trial ap peared In t'oui't today In answer to summons Two or (ho thirty-eight re mained after preliminary cxamlim IkHi; six men were told (o return Monday and third precctitcd excuses kekl valid b Judgo Walter Hortlwoll, J. If. Mumhall was uccopted by tlio tie as to causo nnd Fred Do J. .Mey er was under cxtuulnaTum when court frsVjtmrucd untl .Muniiay BKN VER CAPITALIST DIES. tBr M-tK Herald A. I. Iard Wll JMttver, Nov is nurios u. president of Hie Colorado Nrt'taoal Iatik of Denver slid member af Mm Maw York broker linn of Ksnsaaw ttrulWers, died hero early th wslim ef. pHeu.noiilii. Ms-, Utimtso becamo III when In New Ywk about six wenks aeo. C MP AVIATOR FOWLER RESUMES HIS FLIGHT (Hy KifulnK llmltl A, I, i.rmrd Wire) 141 Pnno. Texan. Nov. 18. vIntor Hold. (I. rilt'r reatnncd iila Mght enntwnrd at 10:65 n. tn with IVeon. Toxin, about 175 union nwny, nn hla first ached- 4 ukd atop, lie pinna to go by win of Fort Worth nnd Italian tu New orlciin. MH'HKJAN OttAIH II!vSI'OM. Hilton, liarrt'llt ami Wivk Ittinni to Aid Couth Yiwt. Aim Arbtir. Mloli.. Nov. IS. "Wil lie" llnwtnn. John Oarrells and 'Haw" Weeks have responded lo tho call .-r the Mltihlgnn iiltlmiil and stiem tin nesk hollilng Yot to whip his eineii into sliupe for today's' same wiih I'dumylvaiilrt. Tlie pruc tie. its ,ret and Yost would not tell what he thought nf their work. Craig nnd McMillan, two erlppplcd Htiir. were again out in uniform to- dai t'rs Iff Is expected to be Mlchl- Kiiim offensive star hgalnst fenn pylvn tan hut it Is stlil doubtful wtiu rr Mt'Mlllali will be ready to Ida PASSENGER TRAIN S WRECKED AT Rock Island Express Gets Mixed Up With Freight and Three Trainmen Are Hurt; Passengers Shaken. (Br KTrslaa- Hrratd A. r. K'lrvl Dalbnrt, Texas. Nov. IS. A. imhmqb Kcr train and freight train collided near Tucumcarl, N. M today on the Itock Island railroad, A relief train was sent from hero. Whether thero wuro fatalities Is not yet known, THflEE TRAINMEN HURT IN WRECK (Mr Kvvalnx Herald A. I. Lease Wire I Kl Paso, Tots, Nov 18, --Three members of the freight crow and n mall clerk weru Injured In llitj col lision on tho Hock Island road nar Titctinicarl. The insrirs are saHt to havo eecapc'd with n atwklnK H, WOI'I.D IIMI 1tfHTNClX(r6rJC Nnw Haven, Conn.. Nov. IS. Howo of the prtimlnent Yale football meR n ro urging tlio cnuches to make it definite ngreciuciit with Harvard and I'rlnetttiin befuro tho season's cham pionship games, relative lo counting posxlhlf field goals made by drop or place kicks that hit the ground and bound over the rrovs-hitr. The play Is regarded as more of a likely pos sibility at Yalo than It seems to be nt most universities. It nut only hap pened ut both Andover and Prince ton on Saturday hut has occurred several times lu practice at Yuln re cently. S TO TRIAL AFTER Judge Kohlsaat in United States Circuit Court Quash es a Writ of Habeas Corpus Bringing Matters to Focus. (Hy RvealBa? HeraM A. F. teased Wire) Chleng". Sv. IS. Tlie government won uimtlit-r miiv'o In Us light to bring to trial lllno Indicted Chlengn meat pucker when Judgxi Kolils.iat In the United M uiles circuit court o implied u writ of hubens corpus Itsusd sev eral duys ago. Judge Knhlsuul held that tlm cir cuit court hud no power to iwoiu n writ except lii extruortllnurj elreum 'ituneex nnd that In the prereni ruse wns without that right. After nine years of legnl nation, ilia puclurs must go tn trial on Monday STUIIIJNT WAITHHS (. CO-HDH STItlKi; YtiutliH WiirLliiv Mi- lloacl Mukn lleniaml for Itetier I"imhI, Itlutsa. Nov is. Fifty Cornt.ll mule Atudcnt wullera who nerve in the dining-room Ut Hugo I'Ollege, the eo-d' dormitory nt f'oruett rnlvsrslty, wont on strike today oumiukc some of their number had bven dlsehnrgtd when they complained about thn poor qual ity of food served to them nnd made n protest analnst this food, whlcli they my Is really uf Inferior char acter. They usually tvork three hour n day, seven duys In tho wotk, und they believe Hint food ns tfood us Unit which Is served In th eo-ods und tha few men who out lu thu dining hull ought not to tin too high remunera tion for this work. Figuring their time nt SO en In an hour, the stilkc loader declare that this Kiim of i.'Jo a week ought In In sure them Just as good food as tha t4 a week quality that la given to tho students who eat In tho halt. TUCUMCA PACKER BROUGHT EIGHT TEARS BITHUUTiG PAVING WINS THE DAY IN BITTER FIGHT IN COUNCIL Protracted Wrangle Over What Material Shall 1 Used Ends in Viotery for the Texas People. 1 MAYOR ELDER VETOES ORDINANCE Special Meeting Called far Tonight at Which There U Little Doubt Veto Will 1 Overridden. Mayor Kbler. explaining hhuV veto- "Instead uf doing the pavlns; under the. 1903 law, us Is the present pktn. I am tkcldedty In favor of procrediwf according to thn inter ma more fair 1909 law, The old 1(93 law give nil the power to the council, while thn new 1909 law provides for a.' commission of three, chosen byt4 the property owHefn who urn lo,; 4 pay tha bill, the Mid coniinU- slon to select the material, a ward the contract and super-1 Intend th paving." In u sesslbn far too heated to 'tea exactly comfortable and marked 'If exhaustive arguments, some hot'1 the boiling point, with the safely a' lag off at regular Intervals, th ur council lust flight decIdiNl by a vffe of six to two to award the contract for the proposed paving of CMteff avenue from Itrnadway to fifth al Hecond street from fHlver to TljMSui lu Ihe Trsas DltulitMe eurapany, aiM, desidio Mayor KMer Vfte, longed-for paving Is assured.' At an other special meeting eulled fotvM night for the cons4irwOea of Mi mayor's veto Ihe melton will .M passed over the vtu by the MM ytto and all wWt (Mt-atw tet tj pletMare affntil hy th kimwtii r dry and mutilaga fat. " Immedlatety afttsV a rthir hHteiy liaised Mk j4ntfSW!miMnH('wfo' Intention to Vei the WMoh ,amJ called A speHst session fr tMhtt for the conshlerallofi of Ihe vela. In his action Mayer Klder should net a nilsundersteod. l'rlmarlly th veto should not bo taken to Indicate op- pohltlou to paving, for such vlww would bo Incorrect, to say the tAM. Mayor Ktder bi and litis becH m favor of the genera) paving proposi tion, Also; he lu not. In tuklmt thw stand, attempting to place hindrance in Die way or tlio liltulltftlc peo)e. When Mayor Kldcr vetoed the nctlM ho naturally realised that It wouW tM paused over Ills head and conBcquciVt ly It Is perfectly evident that his - Ject was net to cause the death af tlm paving resolution, instead, Hfi object was merely to register H pre test iiRulnxt the method pursued n obtain the generally desired restok,. paved streets. sS lly vetoing tho councirs action twit uinyor places himself on record as favoring Ihe nfifrtinUtratlon of tho paving btisltiesM by the people direct ly concerned Instead of by the coun cil. Us It will be done, whllo at the siitue time he dees not interfere with the muoh-ueeded pavla. Mayor an tler's favoralilo altitude, to pavlajf la evidenced by thn uhserice of delay lu culling u special. (wetliar U act on his veto, thus Insuring- thu tinntf dliilo negotlntlen of, tho ncwy preilmlnary business. An a result uf the action taken Tuesday night by the CownnerMm club. President Mmon Stern uni s ctinslderuble delegutlon from ttwt body were present to urge the lfi mediate paving Vf thn hlreeln, und Ik wns to qulto un extent due to the I'ommendiibla uctlon und efforts of the ttomuierclu! club thut the dcslrei? result wns obtained. While tho aldonueii and severs I others preM'iit contributed tt the ar gument pro and con, finally It wns up, In K. V rinham. tepresentntlve pf the Texas llliijllllv cotupuny, to de tend his nruducl. while M P ritamnt. 'who hutt euutlnuiiily advocated the Jfurlinr prqtluot us being Just as govu It nut a htitter paving Ut a saving of. 40 vents on the square yard, was armed with telejtrunm, letters and clippings alleging the Inferiority of the bllutlthic. At times the arsu ittc.nl beeumit qulto warm, to sued an exltint. lu fact, uh to rul forth ut pmtest from one of tho aldermen. As soon as the session wus culleft lo order and the. roll culled? showing a full attendance, Aldertuaw Wroth presented u resolution setltlilf forth th deplorable conditions nf the down-town streets nnd, consldrrliif, the seemingly general desire for lm,j medlute paving un nil sides, inuve that final action on the paving prop osition be taken without further ttai lay. Hecondad by Alderman Ke,ltaV llio resolution won carried, all oth "yea" with tho exception ot Aliki man Clnrk. Mr. ('lurk agreed that tho rtrctW are u dlsgruce lo tho town, but etm (ended that nulhlng was to be gslwssi by lotting the contract lust nlM. X Clark has always ndvoeatvtl a con servnthe, looh-io,fofti-yiu-ltHP bbV. ley. and It was his opinion th-t HM puvlng would bo usstass without th storm sowar, and as an obotacbj a (Continued on l'ae 3, Cofum S,.'