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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
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0O oooo o
I beg lo anriounco that, having a prac
tical knowledge of packing silver
ware, cut glass nml Una porcelain for
storage nnd shipping, 1 nm now
rindy to do the sulne In my leisure
hour. Yours truly, M. E. Mimeses,
General Delivery. References given.
THE PANTHEON HALOON Fine Im
lini ted u rid domestic wines and llq
uors. J, F. Hllva, prop.; Ilert Dower
mixologist. 1129 Nuuanu.
FROST HALOON Fine wines und llq
iorn. Cull and Hen lis. K. Sasaki,
prop, Rrretunla mid Maunakea Sts.
Visit tliii sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
unii Ht. 4958-3m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For lilro at all times, 1 Packard, 2
Popes. Competent chauffeur. Nuu
anu, near Reretanld. Phone 31G8.
For hire, night or day, E. M.' F. 30;
competent driver. Phone 208S; Ber
etanla und Maunakea Sts.
For hire, seven-seated Packard, Phone
, 2.111. Young Hotel Stund; Charles
Tho Silent Barber Shop, on Hotel St.,
has six new pedestal hydraulic chairs
and as many first-class American
"Tried and true" Famous Plerco cy
cles. For sale by S. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second hand. 182
King St. 4948-ly
K. Sato New and second-hand bicy
cles. Agents famous Plerco cycles.
Our repair department Is In charge
of an expert. Iwllel ltd., opp. depot.
S. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
ull work guaranteed. New and second-hand
wheels at low prices.
Queen and Uunchbovvl; Phono 2431.
High-grade bicycle repairing; expert
work. Newjwhcels at lowest prices,
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugl
t,rtkl, 195 llbtel St., near Itlvcr.
RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Expert work at reasonable prices. M
Uycmura,opp. Occidental Hotel.
ElUY AND SELL.
New and sebond-hand furniture bought
and sold. ( Mirrors repaired and resll
vervd. J. Takakl, King St., Palamn,
DR. BIRCH Otllce,
Bldg. Phone 3308.
64 Alox. Young
... Clothes cltuned, ,dyed und pressed on
abort notice. Called for and dellv-
'ered. .Phone 3029. S. Harada, 1160
j "Fort St.. 4M6-M
' Cleaning, dyeing nnd repairing; tailor
ing. World Clothes Cleaning Co.,
1810 Nuuanu. K. Bklgckunl, prop.
George Yamada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCnndless
Bldg.; Phono 2157.
Asuhl & Co. II. Matsuto, prop. Con
tractors und builders. House paint
Ing nnd puperhanglng; screens of all
kinds. 208 Beretanla St.; Tel. 1420.
M. Nlslilgaya, house pulnter, decorator
mid contractor. No. 1250 Nuuanu
St.; Telephone 3075. 49C0-m
Hnrudtt Choice cut flowers delivered,
' 1160 Foit St,; Phone 3029.
Pacific Electrlo.Ca Motor und dynamo
repairing n, "Specialty. Motors, and
genet ators of all capacity for sale.
1162 Fort St.; Tel. 3132. 4959-lm
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIAN08
1S6 Hotel Street Phone 2313
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
ii alstfKaililTiftttllllil-!iii ' iiyWttfl"At-'"
S. Kchlgl Employment Office. Japan
ese and Chinese labor supplied. Will
take contract work. Emma and Ber
etnla; Phono 2541. 495G-3m
Korenn employment olflcc. Competent
male and female help of all kinds on
short notice, Tel. 3011. 1133 Union.
Matsumoto Employment Office Al
Japnnese help furnished on short no
tice. Tel. 1766. 900 Alakca, nr. King.
Fukudo Employment Office Cooks.
waiters, yardhoys. King at Punch
.bowl. " 494C-ly
T. Ishlbashl, Klnau Employment Of
fice; phone 1879.. 4S96-tf
'Little" John Bodrlgucs Cabinet
maker. Plcturo framing nnd furnl
turo repairing. String Instruments
repaired. Miller and Punchbowl.
I'auuinu, straw and felt hatH cleaned
nnd blocked. Work guaranteed, call
ed for and delivered. Jos. Roman,
122 Beretanla St., next to lire stntlon.
Phone 1G57. 49C3-lm
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleuned und repaired, like new. Del
fin Montatha, Kamunuwal lane, near
Sanko & Co , 12C0 Nuuanu. Japanese
expert miniature gardeners. Clean
lots, contract building, painting, pa
perhnnging, cement work, etc. Sup
ply laborers. Phono 3151. 4957-2m
U. Koneko, 198 Hotel St., corner of
It her. Importer and dealer In all
kinds of Japanese matting.
Call and seo my lino Oriental Jewelry.
All kinds of jewelry mndo to order.
Bargain prices. Watch repairing,
Fukutdo Watch Co., 222 Beretanla St,
LUKE Watchmaker and Jew
1022 Nuuanu St. 4949-ly
Flrst-cluss livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phono 2535.
Lee Tomn Manila cigars In bond. Di
rect Importation. Wholesale or re
tnll. 33 King St. 4960-3m
At sacrifice, these Instruments; 1 Bus-
mend piano, 1126; 1 Chlckcrlng, 8150;
1 German upright, S80. J. Sheridan,
162 Hotel, piano tuner and repairer.
Rheumatism, brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly rol loved. Recom
mended by a number of prominent
Honolulu citizens. K. Oshlma, 34
Beretanla St. 4964-lm
Honolulu Painting Company Houso
and sign painting, paper hanging and
tinting. Jobbing a specialty. Import
ers of wnll paper, paints, oils, etc. 74
Beretnnla St., opp. Maunakea St. W,
B. Kum, manager. 49l8-3m
Planii tuught by experienced teacher In
six months. New method. 83 month;
8 lessons. .Special attention to adult
beginners. "Music," Bulletin olllce.
Mr.s. Hodgson, teacher of plunn. 1516
Emma, opp. Royal School. Seo sign.
11. II. Mclaughlin Expert piano tuner
nml repairer. Leavo orders at Ho
nolulu Music Co, 88 King St.
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic llnlltlliiK, corner Hotel and
The beat Lenses In town to tit ererj
Try soma of the new
"Red Seal" Records by
famous artists . ,
BERQ8TROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
The sanitary regulations are strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand. Have Chas. It. PI
lares, tho sanitary plumber, look over
your work, 2G years' experience baa
mude him competent. 112G Union St,
You should breve your plumbing done
by a "PLUMBER." Ten years' cx
pirlenco has taught me tho science
of plumbing. Tho only and safe way,
C. I.. Almeida, 11 Puuahl St.; Tel.
John Mnttos, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal worker. Manufacturing
and repairing of nuto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Beretnnla St.; Tel.
Won I.oul Co, Sanitary plumbers nnd
tinsmiths, lintel St., bet. Maunakea.
nnd Smith Sts.; Tel. 1033.
Yeo Sing Kec Plumber nnd tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel nnd Pauahl.
John Pontes Shoes to order, J7; soles
nnd heels, 11.30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c; ladles' Holes and
heels, $1.10. Work guaranteed. Rear
of Orill. 4940-3in
M. Rodrlgues Twelvo years of untls
faction. 137 King St., formerly of
Bethel St. Expert shoe repairer.
Y. B. Jong Expert Miee repairing.
Union St., opp. Autn Delivery Co.
Keep cool by drinking the most de
licious soda water mado In Honolulu,
All flavors. Delivered to your homo,
Bunrlso Soda Works; Tel. 1345.
Why drink Inferior grades when you
can have the best soda at same price?
All our good comply with pure food
law. Star Sod.i Water Co.; Tel. 2267.
Wn use nrtcslan water, making our
soda superior to nil others. A drink
of our plneapplu Juice will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 3152.
Tho tailoring company of Chee Quong
has changed hands and Is under new
mnnugement. Having engaged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guuruntee satisfaction. 14 King St.
Wa Sing, manager. 4952-3m
FOOK SANO, formerly the Oahu Tail
or of Emma nnd Beretnnla Sts.,
wishes his old patrons to call and
Inspect his fine line of new fabrics
at his new store, McCundless Blk.,
Nuuanu and Pauahl. 4951-3m
Tho Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning.
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748. Called for nnd delivered. Bero
anla, next to pumping station.
ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN
men's clothing. Clothes cleaned or
dyed. WIND CIIANO, 150 Hotel 8t.,
near Keknullke. 4947-ly
Tho Flnneer Merchant tailor. Clothes
cleaned, pressed and dyed. Bere
tanla and Emmn Sts. Phone 3125.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMBRELLA
store in Honolulu. High-grade re
pairing. New stock. 1284 Fori St.;
Tel. 2249. K. Mlzutn. 4965-lm
Dr. L. E. Case Office, Lewis' Stables;
Phono 2141. Resldenco phone, 1113.
and Coar Mexi
cans. A large snort
mnt. HAWAII A
CIQAR HOW Is
. a, huhst CO. .
.'. . 3tJt
Up-to-date cottage every convenience
No. 132S Pllkol St., corner of Mat
lock Ave. Possession given afttr
June 23. For particulars bco "Prntt,"
No. 125 Merchant St. 4955-tt
Clean, comfortable cottage, newly
done up! 20. Apply 14S0 Emma St,
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41xC5. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C. Brewer & Co, Ltd.
ROOMS TO LET.
Nlco cool, clean, comfortable room;
central. 1248 Emma St. 4971-St
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LELAND 627 Beretnnla; 'Phone
1308. Mrs. J. A. Duylo, prop, lloums,
112; board, S35 per month. All mos-iiulto-proof
lanal rooms. Cars pais
the door. 4941-tf
Cottage with bath and board for cou
ple. A suite of rooms with board
and hot nnd cold water buth. Shady
Nook, 1049 Beretanla St. Telephone
Room and board, prlwita family. Every
convenience. Two car lines pars
door. 1942 King St. 4964-tf
Apply 136G King St.
No. 73 Beretanla St. Electric lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable J. II. Tovvnsend,
'iirnlshed small cottage; "electric
lights, gas stovu und inudt-ru conve-
liknces. 7l Young St., near corner
of Kaplolanl. 4!il-2t
Five-room furnished cottage at Cot
tago drove; I27.,0. Imiuho F. E
King, Cottage drove.
Cressaty's furnished cottages, Walklkl
Bench; Tel. 2868. 4889-tf
FURNI8HED HOUSES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, tor tho summer. All
conveniences; flnen vlow oyer city;
very reasonable root for a desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Stungenwald
Bldg.; TcleplionoMC02. "' 4943-tf
At Auction At the residence of dipt.
I. Thompson, 1115 Lunnlllo St., near
Pemmcolii St., Thursday, July 13,
1911, at 10 o'clock a. 111. the entire
household furniture. Jus. W. l'ratt,
auctioneer. " 4972-tf
Wllhelmlna Itlsu ' "Beautiful home;
magnificent view. Building now be
ing completed. Attractive terms. Seo
Walter II. Brndley, euro Kalmukl
Land Co, Ltd.; Tel. 1659. 4956-tt
New attractive five-room cottage,
cheap. Everything modern. Nice
lawn; choice fruit and shade trees.
Ninth Ave., Kulmukl, one block from
cnrllne; nbovu sanatorium. Inquire
of J. Rock, on premises. 4928-tt
Tho Trnnso envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co , sole agents for
New 5-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
56Vjx218 112000; easy terms. Don
dero & Lansing, 83 Merchant St.;
Phono 2553. 4953-tf
Sun Stln Flno Imported atntlonery,
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper of nit kinds. 133 Beretanla St.
Bargains In renl estate, on tea-shore,
plains nnd hills. "Prntt," 101 Btan
genwuld Bldg.; Telephone 1602,
Selected Cnravonlca wool cotton seed.
A. V. Gear, 1214 Fort St.; P. O. Box
Inter-Island und Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, ul Bulletin office. tf
Visit tho snle ot Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4958-3m
Cholco cut flowers. Phone 3029.
WOOD FOR SALE.
Telephone to 021, ask for Wnlalao
Ranch, for firewood. 4969-lm
"The Pioneer Plumber"
182 Merchant Street Phons 1931
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Butldar
Estimates given on all kinds ot
Concrete Work a 8peelalty
AUAIII STREET. NEAR NUUANU
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
4tc, manufactured by the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
price to nil. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co, Ltd.,
34A North Beretanla St.; Chas. E.
Frashcr, manager. 4941-tf
You to sample our leading brands, such
as "King's Choice" Scotch, McBray
ei Herald und Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Thos. F. McTlgho & Co.,
proprietors, Progress Bar.
Everyone to have his lint cleaned by
tho Expert lint Cleaners. Wo do tho
best work In the city lit lowest pi Ice.
Expert Hat Cleaners, opposite Club
Now' the time to get your hat clean
ed. First-class work; low prices.
Special attention given to Panamas.
David Ortiz, Alakca and King.
1'ntronlr.e home Industry. Pure old Ha
waiian gin, made under the supervi
sion of the U. S. fiovt., obtainable
only at tho Occidental Bar, King and
Tauilsts to visit the Darunn Restau
rant. Japanese dishes served In Or
iental style. Next door Mint Saloon.
Visit the sale lit Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4958-3m
(lold fraternity pin; star and crescent.
Owner can have same by culling ut
the lliilletln oltlcc und Identifying
WE CAN SHOW ONE OF THE
HANDSOMEST LINES OF
IN SILVER THEY ARE
BTRONC1 AND IN
EXPENSIVE J A R.Vieira & Co.
113 Hotel St,
AUDIT COMPANY OF
924 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Box 046
Condncti til claim of Audits and
nveitieationi, and furniihei Reports
on all kindi of financial work
Soptstioni fjive. for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of The First American
8avinga & Trust Co.1 of Hawaii,
Notice Is hereby given that the all
nii'il meeting of tho stockholders of Tho
First American Savings & Trust Com
pany of Hawaii. Ltd, for thu election
of olllcers nnd directors, und for the
transaction of such other business us
may tie brought before the stokhold
era, will bo held at Its place of business
on I' or I street, In the city of Honolulu,
on Monday, the 17th day of July, 1911,
ut 2 p. in.
Dated ut Honolulu, July 7, 1911.
L. T PECK.
Cashier and Secretary.
4972 July 7, 8, 10. 13, 14, 15.
Notice Is hereby given that Manuel
K, Cook, chief clerk of thd Department
of Public Works, was tills duy appoint
ed ilerk of the Board of Harbor Colil
nilsklonerri. nnd duly authorized and
dlni'ti'd to iisHuniii lit once tho duties
of such clerk,
Chairman, Board of llaihor Commis
Honolulu, July 5, 1911 4972-31
NEW DRUG STORE
Wall 8tockd with New Drugs and
SOnA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Inlnr-lHlatid ami O, R. & L. Shipping
bocks for sale at the II u 1 1 a 1 1 n
office, GOii each
"MY SI HAS SET," SAYS THE
WAR EAGLE OF MEXICO, DIAZ
VlfJO, Spain, .lutio 1C Aboard the
steamship Yplrntiga this morning, an
Associated Press representative talk
ed nt length with l'orflrio Diaz, Mex
ico's grand old man und fugitive
president. No. trace of defeat show
ed In his bronzed features. With
slow, deliberate, dispassionate speech
Diaz described his flight from Chu
"I shall never return to Mexico,"
said Diaz. Anil then, with n Hash of
those warrior eyes of his, lie added
"Unless my country culls me to her
aid because of wur with some foreign
".M) Sim Hits Kef," Siijs Muz.
"My future plans are not definite,"
said Diaz. "1 shall go from Havre tu
somo itiiet llttlo chalet In Switzer
land. My day Is done, my sun is set
nnd I nm nil otd, old man."
My bitter enemies, have evolved out
of my warmest friendships. I have
been betrayed by those I trusted most.
I have suffered but few Injuries from
those for whom I have dune nothing.
All my troubles, have come from those
"I have lenrned much from Amer
ica and Americans. You lira a great
nation nnd you have what Is often
lucking In Latin-Americans, unde
vlntlng loyalty. We love military
pomp, but when put to the supreme
promises with little hopes of fulfill
"I had hoped that my country could
withstand the sophistries of political
self-seekers, men who make large
promises with tittle hups of fiilllll
Resigned to Prevent Intervention.
"I have dreamed of Mexico peace
ful and prosperous during my own
time ami gloriously progressive In the
future. Of course, In a way I saw
this Impending trouble. By strenu
ous means 1 might have, held my gov
ernment together, but with it ills
satisfied majority of the people, end
less outbreaks would surely have
brought upon us the Intervention of
home other nation. That would have
been repugnant to me.
"I am fur better satisfied to bo the
retiring president of the Mexican re
public than tho tool and plaything
of an alien and unsympathetic pow
"Would you return to the presi
dency If tho American nation espous
ed your cause and put all end to the
rioting In the capital?" I asked.
Would Not Rule Again If He Could.
Quickly Diaz answered: "No, em
phatically no. I have been called
I dictator: I have been denounced as
'unjust and tinfalr'to my political riv
als, but is not that kind of slander
part of every man's life who Is hold
enough to enter thu arena of affairs?"
"The man without enemies Is the
man who has never accomplished any
thing. Once I placed in positions of
power and nffluenca tho very men
who nro today reviling my name. 1
lose control' of myself, tho poison of
It gets Into my soul nnd I grow furl
Otis when I think of It."
Declares Charlatans Control Country.
"And here I nm," lie went on, "run
ning away from tho land of my birth,
my Mexico, my poor deluded country,
now In the hands of charlatans and
mountebanks, and I never will re
turn. "No political clamor, no reversnl of
sentiment on the part of the' mnd
mob which now prowls In the fair
thoroughfares of tho capital, could In
duco mo to go back. Nothing can in
duce mo but tho threatened Invasion
of somo alien nice."
"Tell mo of your escape from Mex
"It Is burned In my memory as a
nightmare all too well," the .former
president explained, "After two
nights of wild riding, tho women of
my household, screaming wildly with
terror, n mob llrlng rifles und shout
ing unprintable things against me, 1
finally determined that discretion was
tho better part of valor.
1Ve Flt-il Mkr Hunted llulililts."
"Wo packed n few belonging abso
lutely necessary and dear to our
hearts. My sou's, wife, a ten-day-old
child nt her breast, was hurried from
her bed, Wo scurried llko hunted rub-
bltH through dark alleys and streets.
Wo raced In automobiles for the rail
way depot nnd thence aboard the
Yplriiugii nt Vera Cruz.
"Wo wero shot at nil along tho way.
A bullet grnred my fnco here."' Al
most with pride tho old man placed
n linger on tils high cheekbone, whero
n red streak showed. Diaz never
smiles. Now und then lie squares his
shoulders, which nre prono to droop.
"Will you deliver n message to the
American peoplo for me?" hn asked
"Say to nil Americans, that Mexlco'ls
always their friend. Under tho new
leglma Mexico Is likely to become an
alleged republic with a solflsh dic
tator crying 'Free Mexico.' The lead
ers of nn unthinking mob nro likely
to wield niitorcratlc powors.
Predicts Klminrliil lliilu.
"Ilcforn the reccut trouhln began
Mexico hold n reserve fund of 80,000,
000 pesos in the treasury.. After the
rioting commenced this fund was re
duced to C2.000.000. lly (ho present
time tho treasury Is probably depleted
und there Is no tlnunclal head to
"In my time there werei30,000 rifles
stored for possible trouble. Today
these guns are in the hands of un
trained men, who do not know the
bntt from the stock-. Mexlcff'hns en
tered upon a doubtful career. I have
given my life to iter upbuilding, and
I am now repaid with curses.
"Many there are who still believe
In me. These will suffer If they speak
In my behalf 1 shall spend my re
maining days mourning for my be
loved Mexico! She Is like a happy
child, knowing not what she Want's',
but ready tu throw away what she
has for something new that glitters
and makes a noise. Whatever re
mains, I shall always be true to Mex
ico. She may have my life blood If
I can make the sacrifice, sword In
Kleil Only From Assassins. ' y'ft
"I did not run nway from my peo
ple, but escaped from the hands" of
ambitious assassins who would have
made u spectacle of me" and iny pride."
My conscience Is cleur, my hands are
clean. When my 'country wants me
for further honorable service I shall
obey, although I must cross Beven
seas to aid her. I was born Mexican;
I shall live and die Mexican, no mat
ter where my future home.
"1 have nothing to fear. When my
times comes I shall be ready to go.
Unltl then my heart Is an ohmi book'
for tho world's scrutiny."
Cciloliel Diaz, son of the deposed
president, was present and utded In
"My father Is very deaf," he ex
plained. "Vim will hnve to shout In
Ills ear. The "shooting In the'capltal
und the attempt on his life when we
lied In the night to Vera Cruz his
shocked him und Increased his deafness."
Toolliiirlie Distracts Thought;
I nm suffering from toothache,"
chimed In the former president, more
concerned fur tho moment with his
physical pain than the fate of Mex
ico. Tho Mexican people love, you.
Kenor President," 1 suggested. "You
will return In triumph some day."
"No, I shall never go back," Diaz
replied plaintively. A tear rolled
down his furrowed cheek, his It it
quivered like that of a scolded child.
What will be the result of -Ma-
dero'H regime? Chaos and disorder,
i ue, utsrupiion oi me government, tim
dissatisfaction of tin people?"
"Who Is this Genera! Mudero?
(lenernl. Indeed!" echoed Diaz with
scorn. "He Is a conceited, man, aflame
with his own consuming ambition.
"The Mexicans will soon tire of
hlni. Tho (condition of Mexico to
day is unsettled und Is likely to re
"With tho entry of Madero Into
tho capital, Mexican stocks fell one
hundred per cent. Aincrlcun. Interests
nre threatened on every hand. Amer
ican investments In Mexico are worth
practically nothing. What can one
expect of misrule und wurfare, con
ducted by Incompetents?"
"Will1 you attempt to direct the, ace
tlons of your ndherents in Mexico
from your new home In Switzer
land?" I asked.
For the space of a second 4 Diaz,
hesltutod ns If In doubt as to what
to unswer diplomatically. C
"I would be lonely without tho fa
mlllar races to which. I have been ac
customed," he replied. "My iiersonul
affairs ure naturally In a somewhat,
muddled state, leuvlngius I did with
out preparations of any .kind., There
will be much to do within tho next
few weoks towardatrulghtenlng out
"One could -not accomplish this to
my own satisfaction so well as those
who have been my constant compan
ions In everyday life, my executives
and loyal friends."
Diaz sends slncero greetings to
Mrs. 1'hoebo Hearst, Inquired after
her health nnd hoped she was well.
He esteems her above ull American
women ho has ever met.
Gravely the old man bowed, und
the'' tlrst Interview he has given. .uuy
ono since his dramatic exit from
Mexico was at an end.
The '.Mexican Minister from Lisbon
and tho Mexican Consul nt Vigo wait
ed upon Sonor Diaz aboard the Yplr
ntiga. Tho former president Is travels
Ing us betlts the head of u nation.
In addition to Ills family, there -are
twenty-one former Mexican ofllcials
in, his party. This Is practically the
entire entourage of the castle of Cha
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