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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD, MONDAY, DEO EMBER 4, 1011.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS ENTIRE STOCK OF STYUSH MILLINERY MUST BE SOLD BY DECEMBER 23 it t t T f f y t f T f Y ? ? T t Prices Cut to Cost and Less Our only object is to close out this stock. Profits are no jj longer a consideration, and we would urge you to take early advantage of the unprecedented values we are offering. This is the millinery chance of the season but you will have to hurry if you want to pick up the big snaps. Absolutely Nothing' Reserved df" The record low prices of this sale apply to positively 1 everything in the house-Dress and Trimmed Hats, Untrimmed Shapes, Flowers, Plumes, Trimmings. Remember-Nothing Reserved me Millinery Sale WELVART'S Sftg Millinery Sale of the Season & 3I2 WE6X CENTRAL AVENUE of the Season ,. , , , I I I . t ADVANTAGE IS ALL WITH DEFENSE IN THE NEW GAME So Thinks Grant land Sice in Eovicwing Football History of the Season Just Closed; Priaceton Is Example. All In vim of football will lie In terested In tho analysis of the Itllt season Riven by Oniutlaiid itlco. sport 1'illior of tho .Sow York Hull, onil one at Hi.' i ugulxf il xporilni; nuthvrlUrs of th oi.imir. Accurd IliK to Itlo. . the weakness of tint no iv gnmo l Hint it gives itll the advant age to tho tciimiwhloh pluya wholly on tho defensive? iiml he tltea tho wonderfully surcnssful season of Princeton to support bis urKtitnont. Iln su)s: Tlitt end of tho eastern fuottmll in el co finds tho Nanmu Tier on tup of tho miiM with th. queerest won e-humplonshlp In football history. There had been nothing like It In tho run of tho Same. In her five touRlit games with I.chlgh. tho Navy. Harvard, Dartmouth nml Yule, Princeton wan outplayed tit every tingle savo the Iklrklnx game. Here she excelled llirotiKh tht grcnl punt liiK of Hewitt Hint lhi wundorful alertness of hrr ends with Mini White )m tho star. Outrushed nt nil stage mid for thu mokt 1'iirt nut-tncklod anil out-charged, tho Tiger ended his carer r In front without touching the new game In nny way. Nassau' stylo wan ns old us tho late Mr. Noah' ark would bo if It wore till! extant. Notio hut u remarkably gnmo, nit KrvMlvu unit alert eleven could have MVu a rMftRiMnhli with thla system whoso offline, was null nna nit. All that Princeton did was to kick on utmost every first down nml Iplwy It safe until hrr rival Inn tin n, mistake. It waa much tlkn tho eatno which Vamlcrbllt played against riuwaueo In J0S whero tho Purple loam, coached liy rtupcr. was liold to n tlo nfter gaining f'"ir yapls to one. Honor may have caught tho Hlru from that lonlifl. This defensive game la the hardest In tho world to boat when n tcniu him a long distance punter and two atronjr. alert ends. Hut with all honor given I'rlncolon for hor Tlger-henrl-od courage ii nd skill In following tho ball, tho season's result slrowa that tho now gnmo tu it stand Is all out of seer with tho defensei rang) at SO per cent and tho nffansn only 30. Present conditions find football n JUmblo and a scramble In plueo n( IioIiir u systematise'! sport. Thero I tin longor nny premium upon ti Mmtigor offense whoro two clovona meet within the anmo rlnna, Hovorul cliRHRoa hnvo boon proponed, but tho bout to dnto hna boon offered by Tom Hhovlin, tho old Ynlo end. Hht-vlln augRrxta that fouridrwn bo porinlt tod In placo of thrw with tho ee ondary dofonac hold 10 yards hack of the scrimmage line. , Ah dimii l'Iiuiiho Is.lutitoratlvo, thla tip lookH tu bu tho best of tho lot und tho only one likely lo ho adopt ml. A" lung ns It Is nlmimt impoiM lilo to aooro within tho SO.yard lino by runhlnK. tho toaih tilxiti tho of fonro Is taking nil tho chance and U moro than llkoly tu boat ltelf u.l Yulo nnd lUirvard did and as Michi gan almost did ncalnut Hyrncusa. Tour downs for o 10-yurd sain looks to bo about tho corroct propor tion. This avorng 24 yards to tho ruih, whoro a skillfully drlvvn attack may mnko good hradwny. An eleven could thou attempt two Una rusher, work in u forward puss ur an end run and snvu Itx punt for tho fourth down. As It Is tho proposition Is so llnpofcttr thin MiOHt looms kick Umn tho first or second doWn within their own territory and tho kuiiio is simply ono kick ii f tor unothor with tho do moiit ut luck over luilr the battto. Home doclsivo rhango ts suro tu bo nindo In boliulf of the offense, and It Isn't unlikely that tho Hhovlin Idea will be tho ono carried through, espe cially tliut pnrt or It Involving tho four downs. Tho committee In doubling thu dlitnnco to ho gained from flvo yards to ton, ttlo cut tho offennlve power half In two by ruling out pushing and pulling, thereby making it Just four times as hard to gain ground as under (ho old regime. No ono wants a return tu conditions of ton years ago. but soulo decided switch from tho present system Is necessary and sure to vonio at tho next annual t-onclsv. Tnkti for example Dnrlmnulh'a case. This team nns ono of tho few eastern olcvelts whlrh nttonipteit any modem football or worka ns they workod out west und down south. Dartmouth hail, forward passes, fako forward pawcs, onsldo kicks, a vorsatlln attsck and a wolt dovolopod rushing inchlnt'. Hhn outrushi'd Princeton I to 1 and out ruohed Harvard, but Inst her two big gamna upon flukes after uutpluylng htr upponeiits. Tho balnnco should be nrrnnged whero tho attack and dq- foHifl nro SO per cent each and where, there will no some reward for skill in carrying the ball. Tho tail campaign tins hern tho most remarkable In "no wny tho grid Iron giimo has over known. For tho first time. In football annals not nn oluvon In America, oast, west or south ba Mulshed tho season without a defeat or without being tied. Tho list Includes I'rlncotuivn, Yale, Har vard, Dartmouth. Army, Navy, Car lisle. I'onn titate, Michigan Minnesota, Wisconsin. Chicago, Vnndcrbllt and ull tho others Yost called tho turn when ho stated that ono day ho could bo at his scrub tonm by 10 touchdowns and upon tho next with tho Miitd HnC of pluya wan lucky to got away with a tie. Thoro Isn't any question but that tho west In the main, plays moro pro gressiva football Hum tho oast. Tnku tho Instances of Yule and Michigan. Jewelry Gift Suggestions Silver Mtk Ifof frflvsr Twist Ut Itirt Tint Cuff links Out GIms Watolian XrocrshM XJBfS Olwks lilmwart kmt N0WIkky my loe for ytu jmt the gift y mitt. MAYNARD . '1 i . " i -" " U fa SOUTH SKC0NS BT, When Yulo was hard pressed and U agnltist It. tho llulldng had nothing to full back upon except tho same old lino of stuff. Thcro was no darlntr Play attempted to overcome disaster and pull away front dcfool. Under tho samo condition Yost hint a ilosprrnto remedy at Hand In tha shape nt n triple pnsa which workoif despite adverse conditions. Michigan won nnd Yalo Inst where tho handicap in tho II ii a I quarter was tho same. 1011 must ki down ns tho srnson of freak pluya. Hilton, tho llrlton, won n golf championship by tho worst shot of hli double round, u poke which flow oir nt ilaht angles, struck n rook and bounded out upon tho green. Princeton bent Dartmouth with tha worst kick Dewltt made In 3 big gamfn it drop kick which sjiun through tho lino, bounded along tho ground nnd then flipped up and over. It Isn't of leu that two championships nrn won by the worst play of tho bottle In place of tho best, fam Whlto of Princeton, must stnnd out ua the area tt college hern of tho entury. !mt spring ho bent boWi Yalo or Harvard with 3-basn hits In tho crucial upoclis, winning tho diamond championship for the Tiger. To follow this doublo feat by scoring 13 of tho H points inado ngalnst Ynlo and Har vard In football la enpplng tho climax with consldornblo rati. Whlto put In from 20 to 30 minutes each day thU fall conplng up tho ball upon tho run In placo of dropping up. on It according t prehistoric custom. Joo lloncham, tho Army head coach, advocated thla system Inst summer, but there wcro row to ngreo with him. While showed Unit llenchnm tins tho oorroet tin us he dux uti the bouiullmr oval both tlni's upon' tho run whero j falling upon It would h.ivo done llttln good. Few coaches uro willing to advocato this stylo but whore a player Is will ing to practice tho nchcmo there Isn't uny question as to Its worth. Whnt, good does It do n team to fall upon a ball where It can't bo rushed or ad vanced after doing recovered? Ho thrro was a good bit moro M White' two touchdowns than raw ed Red luck. Ho was not only upon tlm Job ut each rhnl break hut had train ed and worked to handle Just such nq emergency. With constant practice a fotlmll team should he able In handle tho ball almost as skillfully us bull player handle tho Imrselildo mlsslr. Hut not one out of ten Is up to tho proper standard In thla respect. Tho Now; Zealand Hugby team which visited America sonio time ago outclassed nnji eleven In tho country ut this nrt. I 'slug the samo slmpod bull, tho Now Za landers whipped doublo and triple passes back and forth where a player would 'ako n SO.yard pus ut full speed with one hand exactly na a base ball player "Iocs and not muff ono out of " or R attempts, Homo of tho feats pulled off by this visiting aggregation were umaslng and If worked by nn American eleven with equal skill would score repeatedly. HANClNfl IK A 1'H.VTUHli. Tim Itrd Komi" 1(m Vackty ami Worth In TertHclHwroaH Valueo, Complex as a munlcul comedy is, tho elements which go to mnko tip It sue. ccm are not so many after All. When a big hit llko "The Uod Koto" which cornea lo tho Klka' thsKter soon la analysed It will grtferally ho disco v. vrod that uono of those olomonU nro lacking. Dancing la one of them, und "Te Rod Koso" Is a dancing show In tho best imho nt tho word, From tho too and acrostic work of tho Kngllsh ballet to the cwomblo work or tho ohortta kwi IcIimiI, thoro l n groat 4HTre amt a chanco for every v- rloty of th terpslchnrean nrt. Thoy are nil evident In 'Tho Ited lloso." Tho ''sXtrteiit' ailde," In which six U'oh pretty akki take part, Is (ho moat popular dancing number In tho piece. St and all tho other dancea worn nr- raned by Jack Muson, who In the lns( row yews ha come to tho front and Js now aiiumf tho recognised heads Of American Inttructors of stage danclHg. WJtoit your foot arc wot and cM, And your body chilled throuah Mi4 through from exposure, takj a big doM ot Chamberlain's Cough Horn, ody, bathe ,your feet In hot wnter for. anlnsr in berf.- and Vfiu nr klniont ewrlalM to ward off Jjwve-to fold, Por EXPERIMENTS WITH BOBWHITES LIKELY Deputy Game Warden Ray 'Stamm Will Probably At tempt Raising- Birds for Planting. llecautc It Is easier anil cheaper to ralso tho birds for planting than to buy trabped birds fr6m the cust, Deputy anmo Warden lUymond 11. Hlumiii of this city VIII probably soon enter u sorlea of experlmcntH in tho breeding or Hob "Whlto quail, ttovornl doxen birds 'f this species ero recently setit him from New1' York for planting on tho local grounds, and na tiey cost eonsidor ablo money, ho, l on tho lookout for u means of supplying gnmo birds nt n lower cost, to plant n moro ox-1 tonslvo envoy. Mr. Kliiiiun said today: "I Imvo boon In corrospondenro with several i astern raisers of birds, and It seems from whnt they say Hint It wilt not only bo possible to breed tho Hob Whltev hero, and rnlse flocks of them to plant In local rovers, but that Al buiurriUo 0,1111 vlolnltv offers n good piaco for such oxprrimonts, "I mny kHi up u doxen :mlra of tho Hob Whites ri intly sent us from Now York for breeding, so that nn nmplc supply f.' 'lantiug muy b secured ut u low i ti FORESTERS FIND A NEW G HUNTING ROUND Automobiles Can Easily Reach Place Which Is Apparently Good Location for "Deer and Turkey. That automobiles un easily run nut only out to the mountains, but enn find their way to the". Innermost recesses of tho Manmiudi,- was dem onstrated last week whoii n party of local forestry men drovo out to tho head of llonlto ahynn In two hours und it half The head of this road reaches nn clcuitloh of 8,000 feet, und penetrates many miles Into tho mountains, jet thoro are only three high renters In tho whole dis tance, mid thoio can bo- avoided. The party went out tho Hell can yon roud, turning to tho'Unft t the forks. The road then led up Ilynlto canyon, nnd they went up to the head of this beautiful btt, of moun tain scenery. Tho country ut tho top Wua open enough t look good for turkey, and apparently for dcor, for Indications "were f und thut theso hud boon thero previously,' The for ostora oaiiiped there for thu night; bringing water from n spring four miles buluw, at the mouth or llonlto canyon, nnd returned Friday, The return trip required two kur time. AM MINIKTIMIS ON' "A JUItY, CMeao, Dec. i - -Toulily Judgo OweM Injected variety into hi Inno vation of "millionaire Juries" today Whon Instead of tho b witness men who have passed Judgment n Mnlty css for tho last month k dlreotod a ry to bo made up ot tho leading nlergymett or thu city Hlthop Ham tM Fa Hows, llnbbl Kmll U. Hlrsch, tMs M)f. Futher I'atrtek, C. Conway, th Mcr. Dolphin 1' Huberts (negro), sWtbfcl Julius llappaportf Hui Kov. Vrank H, Sheets tMethwMs,), tho Mm, I..... I, Al'iilbne f tl'i j.i'lj.i. Un), the Hov Fathrr M. J. Ifcirney rf the "Back of tho Yawta" Roman vainquq onurcn, aim n, v, iere .NOT,, 1,1 I 0 l-l,,V.- " - I W vl' If. 11. Thereon-: Httrriair- NEW BUILDINGS ARE OCCUPIED Elfcfo Baca Moves Into Hew Printing Office; and Swift & Company Take Over New Warehouse. Two hnndsomo buildings hnvo re cently been completed in Albuquerque und have now been occupied. They nro tho Hwllt and company ware house on tho railroad track, just north of TIJerns nnd tho linen printing olllee, on rilxth nnd Hold. Thu warohous.t Is romurknhln In re spect tu Its construction, for Its Joists nro of lu by 13 stuff, und tho niipport-. Ing stringers aro IS by lit Inches. Tho builillng Is 40 by 80 feet, and con tains un up-to-dato egg handling room, for testing eggs, and tho com pany olllcos In addition to tho storr.go space. Thcro is a six foot plalfornj on tho north und oast sides, and nn overhead track runs round thlfl, so thut beef may bo swung to the hook In tho car, run out on tlio track, run nnto an overhead scale, weighed and .nut In placo in Ilia warehouse without being touched by hnnd uflcr tho first time. Tho olllcos nro well (Hied up, and oe. rupy tho northwest corner of I ho structure. Tho building is of brick Tho linen Huildlng Is or cement block construction, 3S by ltd foot. It contains n largo printing room, cement floored, n private olllco In tho (told nvenuo end or tho bullilliiR for Mr. Ilacn. llesldo this, thero I a sulto of living apartments In the north ond of tho building, whloli will be rented. There nro live rooms In the suite. Tho structure, Is up to duto In every re epoct, und well adapted to thu pur poses for whlrh It Is designed. Tniiplo Albert Itt'imlre'd. Temple Albert, tho place of worship of (he Hebrew people of I ho oty, la undergoing extensive repairs, tutulllni; several thoiifand dollars In cost. Tho uitlro outside of tho brick structure. Is being pebble-dashed, concrete step are oclug put In, nnd elaborate elec troliers are being Installed. Whcrt complete, tho templo will ho thorough, ly modern In every respect FIRE ALARM LINE ARE STRUNG moro densely populated lowland sec tions. Tho batteries for tho system hovel also arrived, and are n marvel of nent. ness nnd compactness, Tho battery rack provides for mounting tho bat teries on strips of glass, which aro themselves mounted upon split porce lain Insulators, thus erfcctimlly pre venting nil teiikngo of current. Tho now switchboard Is a benuly nnd provide for nil sorts or testa and charging iirrangementH. Power for tho sytom will bo pro vided by batteries, ono sot of which wilt bo ehnrelng while tho nthor Is In use. Charging current will bo provid ed by a small direct current dynamo, run by nn alternating current' motor. REPUBLIC WANTED Twelve Miles ot Wire in Albu- querque's Hew Protection System, and 36 Boxes Will Be Installed. M. Nash nml hi mutt hnvo complet ed tho stringing of the IX miles of wro which are to oomposo Albmiuer qut'a new tiro iilarm systom. Thoro Will bo 18 boxes Installed on thla wlro when tho Hrrangimouts nro put Into operation, und tlio IX old boxes will also, Und places on ono of iu six clr oulss. Tho wIm Is run In six loops or cir cuit all unlive, hut each covering a different section ot tho city. This Is to prevent ono break lu tlio lino put ling the whole city without Uro pro. toctlan. The six circuits w"l also nld In locnll! troublo within u small area. Th swltrhtumril lim arrived. and un It we a set of tests for llndlng in winch tho six circuits nny troublo Is, so (hilt ttt no tlnm will line nuetlon of tho cliy ho far front an alarm box which la in -wcrk,tn order The wires are so strung as to make It possible to InMrt hw boxes ut con vrnlent or iiicsoMry points In the fu ture. There will be four of these loons down town, and two In tho llgh lands. On the Highland loops, the olfl alarm box wll- bteoMi. huv. FIELDING E GODS FO NATIONA L LEAGUE BY CHINESE OF ALBUQUERQUE Local Residents, Natives of the Celestial Kingdom, Ara for the Revolution Because They Want to Vote. That all tho thirteen Chinese living III AlllllllUerillln Worn nriliirlit nt Hi, revolution which l now raging In tlm Colonial kingdom, und hoped It would win. Wlls tho Mtatsnient mint,. Iim v.. leruuy oy n prominent member of thu Chlneso colony. All tho Chlnrso nr.. verv ,lioM.. concerning their opinions about tho rvvoiuiion, nut upoj'ono of their num. ber being assured that no mention would bo inude of his nume, ho ex pressed tho sentiment that the local Chinese wanted n republic, that they ilbl not like thu emperor and that thoy wanted lo vote. This Chinese wild that nil the local natives of tho slrlfo-lorn kingdom wer for a ebniigp In political condi tions, and that thoy wanted. In com mon with several million utlu r ib ni xens or tho Hriivon-llorn'a domains, lo vote for u president. This man expressed himself ua fuv orlnic u republic very strongly. Ho said thut tho present 'king' 'no good, nnd Hint ho and tho nthor Chlneso wanted to bo free. He tailed the em peror a foreigner, nnd denied with some Indignation lib, right to rule real Chinese. J. Ho said that of course the local Chlneao had no opportunity of know ing how tho present ngltiition would end. but that they all hoped th, rev olullon would end u dynasty of fore ign rulora for China. This Chinese docllnoil lu my whether local Chinese hud aided, im anclally. in tho revolution, r i com. mil himself In any degreo greater than outlined. Ills opinions worn borne out bv several nlh r.,i..n n of whom strongly expressed thenw or mo revolution. They do. cluro that tho real China of tod.ty la Hrod of the tyranny or Tartar nml Manchu rule. The Parisian omle opera, bouffo. "The PnrudUo of Mahomet," lu whloh Miss draco Van Httuldlford will appear ut tho Klka theater December T could very properly bo announced as "u trout for tho eyo and ear." Manager Daniel V. Arthur evidently gavo ciirto blanche to the se-onlo nrtlsta and cos, turners, for ho has obtained some bo wlldorlngly bouutlful rrsulla In both scenes or the opera, which nro laid on ono ot tlio quays at Constantinople ond before the palace of a Turkish prlnco, Miss Van Htmldlford and a splendid company or singing principal und ohorua auniilv tho treat for ihn ... .u their Inspirited rendition ouio pumbom or tho brilliant French composer, itoneri rianquette, "The Paradise of MahomeW comes bro m(. tor a highly suecessful engagement at int uoraui Hiiuure theater, Now York last season. This will b ih .... auirement herd of Miss Van KtniMlf,. alnv'f hor trlumi)antyfljip4(raiiv In Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Lead in Team Fieldinf; Konetohy Was Bct First B&sen?an. The oficlal Molding averages of the National leaguo for the senson of 1911 hnvo just been modn public. Only thuso plnyora who .parllclpaliMt In fifteen or mom Karnes during tho Hcnaon nro Included In tho list given out. Kolielrhy, tho Cardinal first-sack-or, leuda lloblltxell of Cincinnati for premier honors In gunrdlng tho Ini tial sack by tho narrow margin of ono point, lioih men played In ISA games, and Konetohy finished with tho tidy iivorngo of .991, while Hob lltxell'K figures were .030. Frank Chanco nlso had an uverngo nN,H0. but ns tho peerless leader was ("beoned" early In tha season nnd played only In twenty-eight, games, his nvcrngo Is hardly to be compared with tho averages or Konotchy and lloblltxell. Daubrrt of Hrooklyil. Merkto of Now York nnd I.uderus t Plilliidelphln follow In thu order named mining thu men who partici pated In ns ninny nn too games. Kvera of "10 Cuba and Mngeo of tho Cardinals uro technically Ihn leaders of tho second basemen, each with nn average or .975, but ua John ny only played In 33 games nnd Ma gca In IK, tha real honor goes to Hummel or Itrooklyn, who In 127 games made nn uverngo or .972. Hoggins or Mi. Louis, In 136 games, was next with .91. Knuba or Phil adelphia, Zimmerman or tha Cubs, Oo'ylo ir thu (Hants, Kwcruy or tha llenneaters and Miller of tho Pirates follow lu tho order nnmed. '.Iitlliieriiian of llrooklyn loads tho third basemen with an average of jki .In lii games. Idiert, (irnnt and Mo.vroy are closo behind him. Ilynif nml J. Doylo or the Cubs nlso showed up handsome averages. Joo Tinker Is tho real leader of Iho shortstops with on overage oC .937 In 143 games, though McCarthy or Pittsburg technically tops him wllh .! lu 33 names. Doolntl or tho Phillies Is closo behind Tinker with .938, with tho old rollablo Honus Wagner it his heels with .932. Collins r lioHton and Chicago, and Wlllu of hi l.ouls, both had n clean elate in their records In the outfield, but Collins played in only IS games mid Wiiie in 13 Tommy Loach or the PlruKs, who played In 09 games, is tho real leader or tho outfielders, with n ri$ord nf .0K7. Thrco Phllo dclphhJlfMdcrs, Magoo, Paskert anil Tlt(iffljf7orln"y rlosoly In order with avemgciiJofRSHt for Mngee and .979 forlPasUertfand Titus. Amomrtltgllchers Pfeffer of Hos ton 5nd,. Molntlro of Chicago both hadTierfeict fielding records, Th mighty Matty emtio next with an av erage of .916, having only made two errors In 4S games played llrown, lleiidrlx, Mtoelo and Adains"aro next lu fielding In tho order named. ltubo Muniuard easily loadi the Pitching record", having made the remarkable, porfotmancit of wlnnmg S4 games wllh but seven defeats chalked against htm, his pitching av? crago being .771, Crnndnll of New York, "King" Colo of the Cubs, Alx aii4or the a real of the Phillies, and ChrrMy Matthawson follow In order, t-nteut fielding Pittsburg und PKI1 aMpfcta were tied for first honors, each 'having a score ot .9113. llrook lyn was next wth :. Ht. LoUls and Chicago wore tied with an uver use of .910 nnd New York, though winning tho pennant, came naxt with .5l, only Cincinnati with .935 and Hoston with 9t7 belg below hr In fielding. Plckly children need WIHTR'R CHKAM VKHMIFUOK. It not only, destroys the worms, If, there ba aiy, bMt It seta as a. streuthlng tenia la. the atomaoh and bwta, YrW