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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1913.
SIX CRACK BATTLESHIPS SPEEDING TO MEXICO
foreign colonial "rare conreyed during the night In automobile flying f
wh!t fiagi to placet of comparative afety. a largo number of foreign- (
era arc atlU penned up In regions not free from danger.
Thousands of Mexican families are concentrated on the lo r floor!
and In the basements of realeacpe nd other ImllUIng. truatlng to the
eerlos of floora above them to protect them from the ball of Imrttlng
AMERICANS IS THE LEGATION.
Iu the Americas Embaaar dozen of American cltlaens were provided
for. Ilinnkets and mattresses wore epri-atl on ttM floor and every
chamber In the place waa utilized an a Bleeping apartment for some one.
Other American fatnllea crowded In promisi KMM confusion In MM
apaiinieiifs and other building, furnished in aom.' MM with nothing more
than iMittreimet and a blanket or two.
Ifr.in laro de la Barm, former I'rovlalonal President, became a refugee
.ml 1 "iilned at the British Legation after he had approach. l President
Mad "Tn 1 n the question of comprrmilalng with the relicta, to which Maseru
lmriiediately refused to listen.
The question of food atippllco throughout tka capital a not aolved
during test day. Keen the soldiery esperleaced the dim onifortn of eiiort
oat The relielt mamged to run Into tin-it llneo during the night seven
Lit Mf 'tis full of bread and two wagon load of milk, but provision gen
erally within the tone of the mutineer were said curly this morning to he
HOT II SIDES FIRE ON CROSS SOCIETIES.
Maet a pnrtr of the Plat supporter discovered an auto ambulance of
the White Crooa conveying ammunition for thn Modern forcea last night
iielth. r the lied Cross nor the White Cross, 11 rival organization, ha been
rerun n icd by them, and when the Madrrlstri aa that the ldaz soldiers
ere firing on the two branches of relief they alo refused longer to rocog
tilse these emblems of mercy
The retail ha beeu that both bran. I os of relief work have withdrawn
f.om the streets. The dead are left to fester and the woundei (o cuffer
IfOtl of the rebel fire was directed at tfcf Frdernl batteries, but one
of DUl'l battcrlea of big guns from lime to time dropped shells over the
city Into y.o ;ilo la front of the National Pnlnre and Into thnt ancient
linlldln: itself, the walla of which withstood the bombardment well.
At tho beginning of this Urn there was a great force of Federal kol
ijers In the Zocalo. When the shower of shell became heavier a Federal
'lattery received orders to reply with vigor, and under cover of tola the
Federal soldiers moved west and Into cover on Independence afreet.
;t wts explained by the Federal commander that thlt move waa merely to
place his men In a position where they would bo more easily available for
teflon at tho front.
1 SON -COMB A TANTS IN GRA VE DANGER.
Although each aide had characterised the work of too other In reference
1o the bombardment of the city as "barbarous an J Inhuman" Judged by the
hart or civilized warfare, both commanders prepared to subject the city
to-day to nn artillery Art which would Inevitably result In (treat destruction
t property and lott af Ilia to non-combatants
TJo'h at gat agreed that every effort abould lie made not to scatter tbelr
KM but it was not believed that these efforts would ovsll because of the
'Xtrnt of the Held operutlons.
Cowed by tat frightful pounding of thell. to which they had been already
f objected, the populace to-day hid lUelf from tight, but It was for the moat
I art pro'ected by walla pitifully weak when compared with the high as
t loalve power of tht shells poured out by the guns of both the fighting forces
The efforts Bade by the foreign ministers here lo aecure tho arrange
viont of a neutral tone were ineffective It was. however, generally under
wood that perhaps the safest district during the lighting would be that
1 now n as the Cotonla Roma, in which the lulled Plates Ktn'issev la Irvatsd
The American Consulate is In the zone of the firing.
Am'iavaador Wilson haa notified Washington that it 1 Decerning lnreai
ingly difl'rult to maintain communication. The cable onVe is in the centre
f th fighting zone and can be approached only daring lulls In the fighting.
All Itnd a Ires via Texat art down and the cable alone rontaln working
WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN FLIGHT.
Nut ttatt lb greet flre In "an Francisco has the automobile played mm
a Spectacular part in time of crlsl as It 'Hit last night whon. umlcr th illreetlon
tf Henry l.m Wilson, American Ambassador, twrnty-ftv anil more mac.hlr-
raft 1 " :' in rt, red Into ua to transport women and sklMrer, of the foeeltn
tattap to safety beyond th city
The threat of President M ad crii given In person It Mr Wilson and Uis
Otertnaa, Knailsh and gpantsh ministers yesterday that tft-day h would pre
in. Ashling without regard to th Mves of any noa-oonihalante, tad In quick
irtiun nn the part ol the Aaserlcnn Ambaeaador and hla siaR. Purine tha ufter
i.oon lull In tb fighting h rushed out Into the suburb tn thu vicinity of tha
mint- v fluh and rented all of the empty enttages available.
Th.'n member of the I'nlverslty an I American elube put thalr ante,, at hit
atrrlot and ahortly after nightfall thu Ambassador, aided bv "onvi'-'"nra)
1. ' 1 n nnd voluntears from the American colony. hesan to tour th fnrelKo
olatrlct atxnt th Colonla Item a. taking asray tn women and cntlitrni
AVTOS SPEED THROUGH DARK STREETS.
Darkn rat waa over Id city, du to the cutting of the electric llghl wlrsa anf
tfeaWieg of ll.t plant by the ahelt In the duy'a rjtaihtrflfnswt. There wns no
llKht Sim Ihut of the auto' hrartlUlita na they hI through the black and silent
ilrrets. Rgeh machine was lllltd to It capacl l y by tcrrtnr stricken woman and
il cir children. Upon th rtlBWlng board of each rnde nn Ameren with a Krng
. urgn.'n and a twit of cartridges over his shoulder
Table aapklaa aaltet to led elate tattered above the heata of oaeh
art fail of aea eooaealaatt. Th srere haetUy lstpronssa flags of
trace, designed salts 1 again tha awtoa being teed apea.
Huutl) ufivr midnight, when the esudim of th weaker member umong tho
roratge setaap waa atni in fun swing, etaaaaatiag ttfldtaly began again in th
aeattea of the Arsenal and th barricaded atrveta approaching It. There wua an
aataaapaaslnetal of rifle fire and a rattle of machine guns.
Uut the autos, each with its two bnlli'-eycs of whltu light, an Inviting
Mark In the darkness, continued to apeed bark and forth twtwuen the American
Uegatloa and th foreign colony about It and thu country. When nil of to
Amu b an women and children who could ! fuund In a quick centum were re
moved to a.ifety. the autoa wer turned to th succor of the helples members
ol th HntUh. Uermaa and Spanish colonlsa.
All Of the foreign hotl were vUlted a were eome of the hl apartment
t ouees tel., th lias. Carina IV , which ar In the line of fire between h
reataadlaa fon.u. and In on of which Mrs. Terey BrtaHfe and lira. H w
rMaeta, A merican woman, were killed by an cxploJInu shell during yeaterday
AMERICAN! MOVE INTO THE EMBASSY.
The mr of th Amertoan eoloay all aasaaablad last night at th big
embassy kejldtag. and there eaaafjed, each with a much of hie hoaae
bola goods end velaoMee as hs eosld carry. To-day every room la duet
ksaaador Wilson's greet ston boas Is occupied, and men ana la a few
iBstar.ccs weaaea weald net leave tbelr bnabanda ar even living la th
Tho proldem of food li now n terribly aerluua one. Kven In the most ex-
pensive ri f iauranis ana noiei winch
miok jiio eaw aou iriu inrni are inn
1 eaie. n anu ini.a na auiereu uio clly ulnce the flshtlng l.ezan uu Sun
Isst Absolut starvation fares the SOorsv classee.
The Inevitable companion of trvatl.,n In time of disorder-looting .n.i
,ohbery-were commenced last night. There la no lomter a police .ore and the
nllituiy la devoted exclusively to the fearful work of war In the mldt of
opul.io city. Consequently from the kennel und alum of the city deaperadoea
have teitun to sally bravely forth to prey upon undefended asset.
To tht ranka of these sre addea the still more U be reared felon released
eater.U) from Helm Prison and th armed bandit, of Zapata1, arm whu came
It iity yesteiday to thn number of 300
Tl. c .vropondent. (ending the new. of the flshtln, n the el. find them
Mfget i r.-tlcall, bealeged In the enhl. offlc- on the Avenld i gajl Kranclaco
mat a bloik from th National Palace. "lo'
A!! day yeaterday th cable office Wot in the centre or the sne of bombard
raaat One .hell cam. through th, fr n. w.l, and .aptodd The Z Zt
haa tht beie.gur correapondenl. dare venture out onto tht street, to 7..i
the newt i. during th lull In the bombardment 8,1
u.iy-ic wic ici nun me uuuain
in tn. :ine of fire of nisi a
nafleral batterl.. replying from the
tuck to II. taab af aaltln. not .
Wessaa Killed la We.leo Had gow !
Vork I naarrlliiai.
i9ti. tf ttie women hot in Metlco
City retterday waa Mr, r. (Irlinth,
the mother of Percy Urtflltha. an elec
trics! sngtneer, unffltbs' wife .1
to-day the newt of Mrs.
nllll remain open, price have ofird. and
on in menus. ot a truck gardener or
occupied by th
Mexican llr.:.i u ,n-. ..i..
top of the V. IT e 4 11..11...... . .."
Alameda, tho America,, . ,11V, u, Z , !!
Tu. '"'""al lor. e lia
,ie UUIIUinC ilk M ,. I.
by I In lis
le her mother Mia Kai i fua
llvt - .. N.. 11 v. ... Hundred
I w. hli-th: ! Ilea. 1 Tl....
M. according to Mn ln ,fu.( 1 H
Qriatht took hit wif and mothei ta
Mexi.-o ty, we re hi VI. engagtsl 1-
lislii.ug and po, piai,i '
ii .i.illl Ml u 11.
MEXICAN TRAIN LOST,
MA Y BE IN HANDS OF
A BAND OF REBELS
A South Bound Express Attacked by Diaz
Followers, Speeds Backward Methodist
IjAnEIH), Texar. Fl). IS The wherenboute of the northbound paa
senger train from Mexico Til y wlilrh left there Tuesday night still Is unre
ported, AMI there In appruhcnslon for the safety of Its passengers An nn-
i successful attack wa m.vlc on the
passenger train which left here Tuesday.
I'sknengers from Haltllhi hl to-day
thai on frlght tralti wa :i lrly !
Iroyed hp fire and that the fat of n
W ir freight waa In .lonht, nine It wa
rvszeared it na attached.
Tf. outhh(.und paengr train wh! 'h
iefl lavredo Tuesday night at o'clock
ereottded tn ssfety until aho.it ..Iv gallsi
ninth of this city, at Kl Huladn, w.hcie
It win atta"ked by a bind of flurn fifty
le on hundred rebel, A th trwln Ml
tnterlag the ttatloe iha engineer w
f,red upon. II revi r, th lier and
be hod Ml ped toward flaltlltt, par-
ued hp th rebel ta letetebatk. The
fieed of the moimti band wai nut
Ittfll lent to nveitska th train. The
iCnntinucd from F!rt fag
Aeapaleo, a wet eoat Mexican part,
lie said tafll wh.le th two wer on
Shore leave lhy wero h mmed In bv a
avoh. which first harld IniulOi and
ar at thm ar.d thn began to throw
The I Wt offlcerfc offeie.d no provoca
tion for th demonstration, but har
ried lo th wharf and put cut In th
hlp' launch aa quickly . thry could.
Codiun ar and aad epea
heart ah along the eoaat.
tag to the ofettal bmiletlm, laelad
hag Owpt. Weadatagtoa'a report.
Consul ICdwards at .Ibnrea hs re
ported to tho mat department ta.
burning hy rebels under Otsk dalas.tr of
th settlement of colonla lla-. in the
Ktat of Chthiiahua. Th town was a
Mormon 1 1 .ton . Alt of Ui Inna'ittants
lied befor tho af.pro.vh of tbs r.ilials.
aA'cordli.g to l'.darda' maaaasT.
i.'onsul llonney at Han L.ula potnal
to th noriu cwntral portion of Maxlc.
reports that Americana lu all that vl-
elnlty or fleelnii Into tho city for pro
1 tctlon. outlawa and brlgande hev
I ture.iti-n.-J thlr in the mlntiia
I camp among Ui mountains.
rett UI Peao comes the report th'.
. all of thn ratmU In Northern Chihua
baa arn in -I. lining on Juare with th
! In ten ties of joining with the Pwlarnl
' Kwrrlaon In repIUna the polbl In
vasion of Americans from across the
ilii. lii.md Kefugees from th City
f 1 'hihuahuu any that rioting haa bn
In progrea ther for th peat three
! i.o-i Th town la cut otr from rail-
1 oml and telegraplile communication.
Th uae that will be mad ef the
marlnca and bluejacket aboard th
i.attlaahlp (Jaorgla. due to arrive at
Vara Crux to-morrow, will b left en
tirely In the discretion of Ambaesador
W 1 1 ion. according to th at a lament of
Atelataal flattattaTI of 8tat Hunting
ton Wllaon tu-day.
wio-tner condition lu th shot-torn
apltnl of Mexico demand th preaenr
there of a legation a nurd, or whether
Dim dnnaer of Inviting assault upon
ath a binding party would be too
greet, must l- a matter for Amls-
sailor v llton s sole decision.
If he believes th presence of sn
armed guard In th capital necaasary
for the protection of th legation build
ing nnd tli American rgure gathered
there th despatching of auch a party
would not ba officially considered aa
Thar la grave doubt of th ability
of th two milroad llnea running from
Vera Crua to the capital to carry a de
tachment of marlnca or bluejackot In
the present dltturbtd coalition of th
capital and Intervening country.
PREPARING MATERIAL FOR MES
SAGE BY TAPT.
It wa reported to-day that officials
i.f tho Stat. Department have been
busy for twenty-four hour compiling
.1 . ontplst alet r- of re -ent r-altell
In MtgltO for ue of the President an I
to b Ineofporaltd in a p.'ssihi me.
Hax to 1? on great on th.. subjsot uf in-
terventlon. Many facts ntVPf dis
ci, .sed by tht Halt i)o pa ft men! win
fln.1 tneu way into gu -h a dm-ument.
Pendent Tail tnbl callers at thf
Vhlte House 0 dll that he r.-garded the
present situation In Mexico more grave
than !t has been at any time alnr th
abdication of Pic.id.nl Porllrlo Ilaz,
Rear 1) lo years ago.
lie aaid that the fact that he had
only nineteen more day In ofllce would
not In the Italt Offset hla action In re
tard to tho ire.eut critical situation.
The Mexican problem a one for him
alone, no tht Pi cel. lent declared, and
rttpnatlhlllty for action waa alao h'.a to
shoulder. He let It be understood t..at
bt had no Intention ef consulting Preal
! dent-ele, t Wll.on a to the llnea of ac
tion to bt paraucd.
UNITED STATES FUNDS TQ Alp
Bserealry "1 'tatr Knox txlay wired
to Ambnaaado; W llaon mnli nation t
,iii upon ih Qovern steal for funit
in iiary to iuura the proieeutn and
sustenance ui all Anu ii ana I 1 (ho .Mex
ican eitpltsl In need ftl lueft a. tluji. Tt.t
u In taeWtV to a despatch froui W'll
on telling of ills action In Kilting
liouiit to: rtlugrti from th tft en th
iiotilbbound Mexlctn National line's
pasngnr w ft Aidangored hy tjtl
AlMiard log train tva a parly of Mt
Welahmen, et route to Neraxa, a point
StOnd Mattes City, to tak employ
ment With n ItKht and power company.
To-day's .assnger lint from Mexico
CK Included Biihop lleridrlx of th
Mr.thndlst Rplacopnl Ohur. h, etouth, of
Kansm City. He was a paeaenger on
the BOUtbhaand train whli-l wtt at
tacked hy rebel and returned north.
MS hop llendrlx aaul th rebel band
uppeared la bear a special trudge
agalnat the N'atlonal Hallway, and Im
ntdlately after robbing the car of
everything useful, lunul th rolling
POINTS IN MEXICO
outskirts of tae capital away from the
peril of bombardment.
Ambassador Wilson despatch to
day report many houaea occupied by
Aaserlcaat havs ,.,, seized by l'tderal
tmops and the o.-cupanta lrtven to th
atrt. Jluiusleas anj apaa.Kl to th
flre of both rebel an.l Federals, the
dismayed refugees isadn their way, at
the risk of their lives, to th American
Kmbaeay, which 1 now open to all
rofugeea. Ambassador Wllaon. however,
la now distributing the majority anions
the adjoining houses by mssas of a
committee which he organlxed.
A despatches to th Aeterloan Em
baasy from the Stat Department urge
th Ambassador to exert every In
flame to keep non-combatant from
tho streets. He reports the wounding
01 several American men anj say hi
haa given reMgo to betwain m and
WHITB CROfefl SOCItTV CARES
rON 1,200 WOUNDED.
Th White Cross Hoclty report it
I Oaring, for approximately JJOt
wosSded. Th lted Cros ba hot yt
mad a rsporU Neither orgsMaattyn
Is being respected by th rdral
force. Th presloent of tlvs latter h .
en killed. Some memtMWs of the
White Cros detected by Dtaa's adher
ent in th sot of convoying ammuni
tion, were executed.
Wilson's morning detpatoh from the
scan et fighting and anarchy Indicated
that censorship by Ifadero't Oovsra
ment over all general dtepotehee out of
th city woe being snforced, and ex-
peceesd a rear that all communication
with th outside might cease abruptly at
The Ambassador confirmed the report
of th dsatht of the two Americas
wosnen-sJtra, Perry Griffith and Mrs. H.
W. ftolmss-tn yesterday' fighting.
A significant proceeding- of th day
was tha assembly or tht Joint Army
Navy Beard In Admiral D way's ofllce.
The call sti Issued by direction of
Admiral Dewey It brought together
for consideration of th Joint us of
the srmy and navy th highest renk
Ing oflteer of both services end the
Bei'des Admrsl Dewey and Major-
General Ionard Wool, the army an I
navy wer reprraented by Major-Oen-
ral wotherspoon. Assistant Chief of
staff. BrhT.-Oen. Weaver, Chief of the
Coast Artillery, and Brlg.-Osn. Crosier.
Rear-Admirals Oatsrhnu and V ree
ls nd and Capt. Pott.
By cxecutlv order tun hoard u
charged with th prparallona of plan
for th co-operation of th army and
th navy when It become ncary to
conduct Joint operations, either offen
sive or defensive, lis proceeding ar
always aecret and may be known only
through the resulting orders to ship
and t roups, laaued by the Secretaries of
War and Navy. The board I advisory
1 1 cope and not capable of executing
lt own projects.
Bit Badaoaghta. with approximate
ly a.ooo taehzot aad efaeere, are aow
1 ashing wader feu attest for ttexloan
pi- fear ea the Atlantic aad two
on th facinc. 'I' m fleet i.hould arrlv
at hr deal liiattou Friday, th leat Sun
Th navy's plane to-day ehoni
Qtorgla. 1V0I0 ton battleah'p. CxpL
Marhury Johnson, due at Vara Cruz,
on tho Uult, Friday,
Vermont, 11,000 ton hattleshtp, flag-
snip or near- vunirai I ictcner. vom
mandlng th second division of tha
Atlantic fleet; Capt. Harry MoU P.
Hue, du at Vera Crus Saturday.
.brska, 10,000 top battles'i.p,
Capt. Bpeneer S. Wood, due at Vera
Virginia. IIi.oOO ton battleship, flag
ship ot Rear-Admirsl t'.her, rooi
waiMling ih third division 1 i'apt.
' John D VfeDonald, due at Tampl-o
1 (hi the Outf, Saturday.
Colorado, l-t.ota) ton armored cruiser,
ilagship of Hear- Adflu-sl stouther-lond,-
ommamler-l-cx,lef of tha fa
una tleti tape. William I.. UJase-.
uue at MaaaUaa, on tn PtoUk t.u.
geiltll l ake! il.ltai Un aimnsd
vntlatr. Cap:, chgrlaa p. piuukut,
due at AsapUlOO, tt th e I'a -iflc lldl,
Within .-all to aupplaiiieut this for as
the cruise.- t aver, n tout to Ace-
.jtle. flarvador; traaapert Buffalo, at
and Kinboat Annapoi;
en ro'jte to
Th hattWhlps Wyomlnx. Utah, riort
dt, ikanr.as, North Iiakote, ltlclsan.
Mouth OaiallMk Mlnnesots, Idaho and
Ohio; seventeen torpedo boat destroy
te and many auxiliary craft of th At
lantic et remain with Rear-Admiral
Uadgr, commanding th Atlantic fleet,
FIRST BRIGADE CAN MOVE WITH
IN THREE HOURS
Tetegfsmi to ths Wsr Depsrtment
from the three post lo New York State
whr th rglrnent of the first army
brigade are stationed, rport that body
of about .1,000 men in condition It start
PM Newport Newa within thre he art
after an order from th Cbltf of Htsff.
About 7,010 Amsrlcan r.itulars ere Kta
tlontd on or neai the Mrxlcan boundary
and would be Instantly available for ar
vie ahuuld Intervention b ordered.
These troop ar aiattrd In four
Htates aa follows:
California: (me platoon earh of th
Twelfth Infantry at Calx!oo. Campo
and Tlajuana; two companies Coast Ar
tillery at Port rtoterrant.
Arizona: Yuma, one platoon Twelfth
Infantry; Nngalea, two troop Foarth
Cavalry; I tea clue, seven troop Kearth
Cavalry; Warren, on troop Fourth Cav
alry; Hereford, one troop Fourth Car
slry; Uo-jglna, head piartera Ninth Cav
alry, t a., treope Fourth Cavalry aad Hie
New Mexico: lluchlta. one troop Third
Cavalry; Pelew, on troop Third Cav
alry. Texas; Kl rase, Thirteenth Cavalry,
Port llllaa beadl.itiartera Hw.-ne.t ftav.
I .Ire Vlrstf 11 .It ,11.. n If I -klurl In.
fantry, Twenty-second Infantry; Sierra
Illanco, on troop Third Cavalry; Mar
fa, on troop Third Cavalry; Shatter,
on troop Third Cavalry; Hlg llend.
on troop Fourteenth Cavalry; Del Rio.
on troop Fourteenth Cavalry; Pert
Clark, live troop Fuurtienth Cavalry.
Kagd Pas, nn troop Fourteenth Cav
airy; Fort Mcintosh, one equadron
Fourteenth Cevalry: Fort flam Hous
ton, headquarters Third Cavalry and
two battalions Third Field Artillery.
Within a few hours of the border
are troops at Fort Bill, Okla., five bat
talions Fifth Field Artillery: at Port
Riley. Km, Sixth Field Artillery; at
Fort Leavenworth, Kits.. Seventh In
fantry, Sernnd and Third Battalion I"n
glneere and Second Squadron Fifteenth
Cavalry; at Fort n. A. Uuaaatl. Wye,
Rleventh Infantry and Fourth Field
Artillery; at Presidio, Cel., Twelfth In
fantry. Oalveeton, Tea., would be the port
of departure of the artillery forces end
of some of the cavalry. The army
transports would be need only In case
tt should be found Impossible to secure
merchant ships. By orders Issued by
the General Staff fbla morning ths se
nior military ofllcer near Oalveeton
began immediately to get In touch with
merchant ahlp oamera to eee what
could be got on abort nolle.
Th Southern Pacific Railroad hat
bn advised to bold sufficient equip
ment on hand to take troops from Haa
, Anvn-'o to xfafVetion ea ehort nil,
is. stock- cor and freight ears
are being gatbared In th San Antonio
IN MEXICO CITY
LAREDO. Tx.. Feb. IS. A passenger
from Mexico City reports that at leaat
on thousand Americans are without
funds to leave the capital even If they
have an opportunity, because the banks
have bean closed since Saturday. A
large number of Americana ware tt ths
railroad station, be said, eagerly eeeklag
to tab northbound trains, but checks
ware refuted as pa 5 to ent for tickets.
Many Americans, ths paasntr be
lieved, wer practically marooned at th
station without food, shelter or money,
He said railroad officials were doing
everything they could to afford shelter
to the women and children.
Numerous passenger arriving from
Mexico City assert that the American
offlelala in Mexico anouia provide spo
del trains on which Americans could
JERSEY SENATE PASSES
GOV. WILSON'S SEVEN
TRHXTON, X. J., lh, It. Tht
Senate after two hours uf debate lo-day
Passed tile main measure of Oov,
Wilson's seven anti-trust bills by a
vote of fourtoen to seven. Two Repub
licans voted with the Ut-mocre'.s for
The measure passed dennrs trusts
snd prohibits agreements (or the pur
pose of promoting a monopoly. It makes
a violation o( the law a misdemeanor,
nn offense that In this Htate Is punish
tblt either hy fine or imprisonment or
THE CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
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OF U.S. USING CANAL
IS ENDORSED HERE
Chamber of Commerce Passes
Resolution Approving Meas
ure Amending Panama Act.
TREATY MUST BH KEPT.
Former Ambassador Choate
Declares Discrimination in
Tolls Would Violate It.
Members Bf th Chamhrr Of Com
merce, to-day. ;.,., ;i th report of
W!llng Itlns. Chairman of th Com-
mlttea on Purelgn Commerce an 1 th
Rf VOattt haws, supporting HMi.-.tm
Hoof h;;i to amend the Pauam i
Caaal measure by str.kmg out nm-
vlslons for fr natngt of Amrrinan
Chairman Ring's report ftttOWtl
'"By the a tlon of Congrcsa In piss,
Ing the Panama Canal bill, acv.ordlng
th privilege ..f fret trans-port throagii
th canal to Inltd Mtattt foaitWltt
'.inriaae. aeilou lu has lioi
raised totween this country and tlretit
Rrlttiln as to violation or the llgy.
"The sentiment of the country Is very
largely against according free passage
t coastwia tennoge. Xenatm- Mllhu
Root hn tntrnituced In the Senate a
bill to amend th Panama Canal Act by
triklng out th following word: "No
toll i-ha'.l he levied upon veis en
xaged In the cnaatwlae trade of the
Called Btatea,' an.l th following words:
'Other than for vessels of the United
Htates and Its eitlxens.'
"Your committee has given th bill
careful eonalderatlon, and presnts the
"Resolved. That the Chamlier of Com
msree of the Htatc of New York en
dorses Senate Hill Sill, Introduced by
Senator Root, to change th Panama
Canal bill, by striking out all pro
vision providing fir tree passage of
commercial tonnage through the canal:
and ho It further .
TOLL MEAN iNCRflAfll Mt COST
OF LIVING, HI 8AV8. t
"Resolved, That th Committee on j
Foreign Commerce and the- Revenue j
laiws tie authorised r reprewmt the
Chamber at any eimmlttee hearing on
this bill and that cople of these reol i
tl.n Swat f mm n sill 1 f f m I fit C inL'ti-kD
The charging of tolls on American
aeialai aaMeia o. laeee.aa I., tt,,.
,ost of necessities, said William II.
linuglu. ilafenillng the right of the
fnlted Htates to legislate as It will for
its own commerce.
"Rngland wants to sta'.i our coast
trad in th back as she lias done our
deep-sea commerce," air. Douglas said.
"She is only trying to help out Canada.
cniianu l a me m ymj s. iwi as " j
ton and seep ner rraoe. even u in
.anierican anips so iiirouam ire.
The President and i.ongrees win pa
condemned by a vote approving the
r solution, he said, reminding the mem-
-ers that they previously voted lit to 1
fj to lay It on the table.
Joseph If. Oboate, former Anibassador
to Oreat Hrltaln. received with sp
plausn by the members of the Cham
ber, declared exemption of American
shipping In his opinion I n violation r f
the ilay i tntiaoefete Treaty.
"Their I no reason," h suld. "why
we ahouldn't be honsa; and fair and
FACE WAS A
And BtflckrvOfsdt. Pimplw Urceftfld
Fflitw.1 Up. Doctor Advised!
Cutlcura Soap and Oifitment.
Alto Cured Baby of Milk Crust
ta Taylor St.. Waahlnrtoo. N J. " Kvtr
I waa a antaU girl 1 hat ptmplae end
hltetassts on my f". My faee wae a
atsa. My earn waa load at with pimple
and all arc aad tha eases of my hair. Tht
puapta I tolied snd when I picker! ttwaa II
mad tassa larger and great circles of red
arouad thiol. They disfigured my far.
They wer large sad festered up. I used
almost STerythlng, suoh as cream and
liioms. Nothing did any sooa. Tgea aty
doctor told me to uae CuHture goap and
Olaunent. I uaed them faltaully night and
morning and In a short time they began to
disappear and nons ram hack Cutlcura
Soap and OkaUaaut cured thra. My fare
la aa toft and pur white aa a baby's: aeptat
pie, no blackheads , no rough skin srt left.
My hair alao came out In great quantities
from lbs ferae. 1 used Cutieura Soap about
oas a week, potting ths Cutieura Omtmsal
on Shout tar hours hefoe washing. My
heir has eome back thlek. long and glossy
with a glial like gold.
" My baby's bead had a trust on it. I
atek It la called milk emit. 1 waa tors
sad sad aa ugly appear .-.c. Ml hail all
cant out. I used ti 1 'ottcure Sp and
left ta Out! cur rtlnl near 00 es-ery plght.
ashlag tl ofl la us morn las Id is
lreak time hs wa couplet,-:.' cured."
Signed Mrs. Van lrlary May 11 1913.
t oMc. -a Soap Jr, aad CuUeraOtntmeot
e ar told every wbsre Usarsi tmpU of
each malted free, wttk aa-p. Bkia Bosk. Ad
ua asst-eard "Cutlcura, Dpt. T. Botos.
t Taada ft' it am aheuM eat Cottours
flea ahariag stiek. tac. fajajOe free.
J oursgous in our relations with other
SCHIFF SAYS CHOATE HAS CON
lnia Nixon waa ready, as a
Mr. CTboets sai down, to oppose his
Mew and counteract I a favorable im
pression made bf tho former .Amlinsss
dor. Jecn it eilln. apokr briefly, saying
ha hd bn mnvinead by Mr. Choatt
t is ths Vnlttd Strltes .aiirlit to keep
faittri ivtth Oreat Hrltaln snrt make nn
gtnrptlofl In favor of American ship
The fVkimbef .td to adopt the Hlrig
rthVOhltibft, with but seven dltteltllnd
votes. Three h indre.! nnd fortv of t ic
membctv Sftrt presen'
JUDGE HANFORD REVERSED
IN SOCIALIST'S CASE;
Olssen (iiven Chancd to Refill) I
Citittrjsliip Tdken Proffl Him
Ikv.niv of Party HeM.
MM Vlt.VN'lSt I. Pet, 1 -Tli de-
iston of iiMhte Itanford o tha i nitrd
ftuiwa OlStri't Court of shwAlt depr.v
in? Ijeonanl olssen C lit dt!ioyhbJ
pieeasatt1 ut in. view ai a socialist arat
reversed 'tt day by tb" L'OltedJ State
Clicult Coiart of '.' i here. Ti e aae
arat leiiiaadal to I he IVdera Dtttriei
Court or the Western Washington Die
rlct fur rehearin;
The attorneys for both side afraid 10
th- reversal, on the ground ta.it no rec
ord ess kopt tfhtfl .ludge Ifanfold ill -
pr ivcd pitgai of hi cltlesTtship, Tbt
division also etsted that "otl.cr rea
sons'' moved the Cotlfl to act. bat did
not sp. elf y thefJI.
400 MEN ENGAGED
TO OPERATE FOUR
Pott handled engineer. tlrenien,
stoker, o.lers, wattrteiwlers and utiicrs
in slAitlar hlMohta of locomotion were
nlltsl In New Yor'.t to-day 10 opcrat
tht four army transports Whleh arc
now at N'orfolh awaltlag onlr. to pro
egad to the trou de sone in Mexico
The men were hired by l,lcut.-Col.
at tlray Zallnsky. P-pot guartermns! r
Of the L'altOd states Army, Uepartmeiil
of the Kat. who looks after all tUPPlles
except In the commissariat depart
ment. The mn will leave New York to-morrow
afternoon hy the Old Dominion
l.ner Monroe. Special n iarti
Ing mad for the men, and th ship w-ifl
esrry Mr regular number of first and
second class paa-engerl.
FOREIGNERS ARE SAFE
IN TRANQUIL PARTS OF
CITY, MADERO CABLES.
The following . ablest. un IfptB Pir-i-dent
Madero was received hen ta'
aflarnoon it the ITpJted Pre:
N'one of toe forIimrs In the .m-v
I tranitul! parts ol the city li tunorMff.
It l. possl .lc some of the project ll.-s
v" CUJ '"' '"amuge outtld.i l
hostile sou,., but every effort is oe
made to prevent It.
A Happy Disposition is a
Prism that Deflects
the Blue Rays
To 1)vt ufj t i bwU fturti a life trtrflfliirf drink
It toils aaa elaaa I
the area test ,,r art
111 let of I lila. Bat merelr aa to fea
eoa,irt bat mare aartk-ularl
soreadlns It. The Ale
Tile Ale wtui a smile
avert une. I'a, 11 alas
Oolrr a supply for l.-.xe
(irxirs ,nd ilialcrs.
FOR SL VALLNlI it'S DAY
For this occasion we offer specially designed boxes in grace
ful heart shapes, covered with rich red satin. They are
hllcd with very fine assorted chocolates and make a
token as appropriate as it is enjoyable to give ycur fiiends.
hlsev here these boxes are being offered at double our price
ve n without the confections. Call early r.s we antici
pate our patrons will take quick afa ea ,
opportunity of this splendid offering. Ca Mm 1 flf
Special lor Thursday the 13th
itr: tan am t'ARtMKi.s -a Aff
Thursday s (Mitring
ASSbRTED IRWT ANA NUT BUTTER-
CUPj Ireab frnll are beaenrtal,
gad awt ar nutrition,. Bath the
task an Ik renlre of this i-uafeetlaa.
asal the alwlllt susar eaatlss ailaa
tlellrUusnea to saodue.
Uuu't Par 4w n-hea tve
utter them at. I'OI M BOX
PENNY A POUND PHOFIf PLCS PARCEL POST
Aa e4 our eaatle will be Uetleretl I lb. he Os a lb. be.
Is SO mile sen br fareel fuel tar fc 0 Hi. bos .
aildl the aaaounts ouaswlte ta evrrr fJsV K! ' .' I .IT I Ih Cox
liustase. Kates uutsltle .V mile limit us i sul ata or . ,r,m ,n.,.
eeiilii alien. ( uanr order.
'ark flew, t nrtlstiill anil 111.1th street aiseea opr ever esenlas satU II o'clock
All ear slefes ici.-.-i saturilat .teltlaa UHlll II a' j,M-k,
04 BARCLAY STREET
Cor. West Broadway
2fl CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Church Street
Park Row at Neaaau St
At City Hall Park
walsat ia sate
"Statements Most si
Be Genuine" Says 1
run i ipu CvnrnT
Very Many Testimonials Are
Disregarded for Want
SINCERITY IS DOUBTED
Only a Few of the Statements
Praising Torn Vita Are
"On of the most difficult tasks that
I have lathe selection of statement from
Kople who have used Ton a Vita with
nefit to themselves." slated JnhrH
llcalcy Webh, who is aitint in inlro
during Toaa Vita ia Greater New York.
"I receive a large number of sacb
statements, aad I take great trouble in
onlv selecting those for oat which are
imdotrbtedly genuine aad have been
given with the sincere desire to benefit
"Moreover. I snake it e hard and fast
rule never to use the name testimonial
twice and to use those of people who
are living ia the snme town ia which the
statement i tiinde public. The most
careful investigation is made of every
testimonial received, and I can assure
those interested in this wonderful new j
toaic that if any misstatement occurs
that wc arc just as much deceived as
they are. . ' s
vYhfrevrr tf is poeeible I nse testi
moniat. a different a possible ia re
rrds to the symptoms of the lofrrer.
do this be.-ansc Nervous Debility is
to widespread in it effects that pains
io nearly every organ of the body may
denote its presence.
"This may readily be seen by the
following very incomplete list of symp
toms, sny one of which may denote the
presence of Nervous Debility: Poor
appetite, irregular bowels, drowsiness,
headaches, dirtiness, sense of fullness
after eating, poor complexion, backache,
broken or resile sleep. Iota of weight
and that feeling uf being tired or 'run
, dow u.'
inns vita na met wita meraea suc
cess in all the leading drug stores in
Greataf New York, who are reporting
splendid sales ..f thuspr." A.lvt.
KKVXfnV. nn W,lnerdv
C. KKSNEPv. seed l
Funeral Frl :.. Psh, 14. at '..SO r. Mj
from Louts I: .it 's Funeral 1'arlor Mt
7 rt, see. - -
.OflT.FOUND AND BEWAPJOS. '
I.IIST tVi-Snrs.il. s'ttrti "m, riljilclsr., as.1
Drattil' Bui tin, ft mm CM It . trow
pi l.h iii! . u , ' . -- li.. I - ii sad - t -r ll. h
set.; reajr.l. 11. P. M.. Ifiuiar, h;-.ire 11
I - l.ii s- ' TO"i st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Vanity eaej utkcrs. XIm llija.
No Excuse for Ignorance
.ncernlng Crimea and Their Peoal
tlea in the Virions Mates
Or any on of the
Sea Other Important Subjects
ltlS WOHX.D AX MAW AC
net bracing r'.onn tacts and P"iguTes
Ail for ate, al Any wswoetaad
aawwae wAaw am vv
Special lor Friday die 14th
i nut nut rt. t oVKREU Kins a a
. and da rut. roi'NO uux JLlC,
CWC0UTE IflVEIill CREAM PEP-
ixaannia lireak os an art era
the soft. eltr
,,'eeaas e! tail led
How rharalaU ea.
nurltv aad tha met
ertnt leaves aathlng
lau ore fiwtanata lu liaslna kl-
rial inirred you aa our below cost m eeklv
treat, so ton't make the mistake of
UI H ItKt.l l.lll a.TTVU.I t'.
I'OI Nil BOX
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Ret. tier k nun d- Spruce Sti
206 W. 125th STREET
Just Etit ot 8tn Avt.y
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