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REYES SLAIN, MADERO TORTURED, SAYS
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Mson Gets Ready to Start for inaugural
YK I lll.lt-ltiiln lo-nlahti lander
PRICE ONE CENT.
W L SON U AS GOVERNOR
4 I
II A PRIVATE CITIZEN
FOR NEXT THREE DAYS
Hands Seals to James Fielder,
Now Executive, Whose
Courage He Praises.
COP DIDN'T KNOW HIM.
Held Him Up After He Left
stale Capitol Until President-Elect
Was Identified.
llMrill From a Stuff fnr-u nn lent
..f T
fctantn W - .1 )
TRENTON, March 1 Woodrow
Wilson became a private citizen at
noon to-day and until noon of March
t he will be a private citizen. He
turned over the seal of New .Jersey
tn James Fielder. President of the
Senate, who automatically became
Oovernor of tlie State.
ceremony took tdnce In tha Ag
eamlblv Chamber, which we Jammed
,tn tl. m-aflta almnnt reilgtd. In the
gsAerts wore crowd of WDjnMl Who
made in much nolc as the men. The
i hamher ws decora ted with American
tlar.s and yellow and black bunting-the
Inauguration color.
Rs-(lovrrnr ami President-elect WU"
sen arrived here at 11 M o'clock from
New York In a drUallng r1n. Ho
hojuped Into a taxi a'l wei driven at
once to the State Hotiar. where ho re
viewed u parade of the CUIrms1 Lsgue
of Trenton nd other oraanlxatlona
booming IrloMor for the next Governor.
TlO paradi wa mirred by greasy,
muddy street, weaving skies and a
warm, muggy ataiuopworo BijQovsmor
Wllam '.as met at the Stat.' HOUM by
Mr. IMtldtr. The Acting Governor and
Die President-elect ihook hands warmly
and tlio warring pocket oamorai begin
0 whirr and grind and the parade
.wutig by
CROWD CHEERS OLD AND NEW
OOVERNOR.
A commute.- wa appointed by Speaker
Leon It. Taylor of MOMMUth County t
acort the Prosldon 10 aOCt and the Act
inic Oovernor Into the AseemMy cham-
Mr. Loud cheering announced the In
stant when Mr. Wllaon ceased to hold
any ofllco till March 4.
Mr. Wilson won- a plain gray tUtt
He was Introduced by Ipoakor Taylor
a "the ox-Qovornor of New Jersey,"
This brought .i treat round ot applauaa
and I'heera.
Senator rleldei iaa Introduced
judge Oummere, who than admin lotorod
I ho oatii of office. In the middle of the
reading of the oath thtrg WM a flash
of flame .ind a loud report from the
gallery. A woman oremsd and for a
lecond it looked as if the fiaahllght that
caused ike Interruption waa going to
tart a panic, but things apoodlly
quieted down
Senator Haila of 8n I cm nave a vab -
dlotory ad Ireaa In whioh be aid that
every pail of New .U-rsev was oorry to
-., rjov, Wilson go. But he had read
-iiat the I availing lietwoon New J 'rey
nd Washington wum go.ai ami ho hoped
that the Prealdent-oleol would often
make use of It. He Wound up with an
appeal to Mr, Wllaon to say a few
HdMi of farewell
WILSON'S FAREWELL AS NEW
JERSEY'S GOVERNOR.
1ov. Wllaon said:
"1 Pan. tot i ret eml that I am not
innved bj ri'r deep winullona i i.i.
i had in i ' m ted " i an lliltiii
It would. Indeed, hayo 1 i my Mref-
grgnoa iml in w , auytliing, biaiiMo
there pro ..me foelluga thai r t" o
tleep for word lllJ I ai oeoni n I'O
ehogpenol h) being put Into o'orda.
"I aiie. I. loved the Mlale uf Now Jer-
ey w a n I bpvamo Its i lo enior. hill
I ul love h is been devpenoil and Inlenai-
d duTiiij; thl : ! ' d h ill
en. l now fuo) i irnii of Idem Sca
noil wlt'i the petipli f I dtalO and
ib lattrpati of nili tftat which ..ee
logmtil tu mlargi in,. ou pi tonallt)
and which ia o i ii is, proateal ur!vU
egr of Illy life
'herefot,el in bonding Ihe ,al ol III i
m'w Hiute I', in. nn Oovernor, 1 wunt
lo utter 11 Word of l"ii;iiiiit re
grot tliai i cgiinot aerv tbi groat Htato
llroctly any lOngOl I wlah for tile nio
mont Ihol tbo Iravollng from New Joroa)
wort less foul) lhan It Is mil vet I
pi thi groataat feeling aof uuufldono
iCuntliuad un I ..:nh I'aee )
probably fair.
t.ni right. inl, t.
Co. The r
BUFFALO NICKELS
FOR SALE! 1 5 CENTS
IS WALLST. PRICE
New Coinage Goes Like Hot
Cakes at Thrice Face Value
.in Hirst Day.
OM.Y 200.000 OJ-' 'EM.
Messenger Roys and Peddlers
Reap Rich Harvest Sell
ing ihe Coins.
"Hayl GOtChya hutTul.. nickels nere,
only U cents!"
IV hai" Hay Ifi cente for a nickel!
"itTlrer, Kindly page I'apt. .Ilnkn of LhO
Marlnea and e.-nl in a .ell f' the
wagon from the ioy, liopathic.
Nvrrtheles, gentle render, they wore
doing it down on "the Street" to-day.
Ym, paying 15 little knuckle bone for
plain nickel the new nickel Which o
kind Government with a decoratne
srnse l! distributing on thta tlrsf day
of March, to crab the CUbtola ggUM
and MVi the natlon'a sanity.
Tlctl very atreet which. In lla time,
has wllneaaed the formation of the
I'nlted g tat 00 Uteei i 'orpor.it. on, the
"coppering uf Frtti Holnao'i ooppor
and tlie benevolent dlagOltttlon of Oil
and Tobacco saw to-day more high
Ananoo reduced to the n lh degree. Al
most anybody who'll buy American
POWdOrpufl on i margin will give U
cent for a nickel. Almoat everybody
did.
T.iere wai only llu.i) worth of the
HOWly minted Mini allotted to the Sub
Troaaury for dlatriluitlon Juat joo.ouo o;'
the gnlning white l,lla with the Indian's
head stamped on them The lot came
from Washington lat night in ten heavy
keg, and all of the clerks, under A. S.
Kalis her, chief of the Minor Colo Dlv
I r t In the gray old building, WOM busy
most of the night putting the new coin
up in hahdy packagoi for distribution.
MESSENGER BOYS AND PED
DLERS REAP HARVEST.
Thoy'VO got a new-fangled counting
machine down rhere in the Bub-Treasury,
which halpod a whole lot. All jmi
hgVO to do Is to dump o neck or o of
coins Into a hopper, turn a few handle
and progg a couple of buttons, and
presto! the coin come out in cute little
bundles of 11 or fill ceuta worth, a the
ase iii ij- be, Htamped, enumerated and
ready to go out Into the great world.
Al 1(1 "clock thia morning the doors of
the I'lne atreet entrance to the Suh-
Treasur) were thrown open an,i William
Tanner, the paying teller, and ills staff
w, re lined up. ready to meet the rush.
A niMli there waa. too. Thou,-!! little
had boon printed about the new coin
end it hadn't received Hi benefit of half
the preai agnt w,rk thai horaldod the
Lincoln peon a few years ago, there .i
a long line or shrewd speculators in
muting for the first bunch of metal
A: thS he.nl of the line was Will)
Hawloy of tk a. u t. wiiiy aU
there With a dollar olll and aa BOOR a
he i it his 'Jti nlckals, he dasheal out on
tiie uresi to sell there,
Willy sold his flrbt two fur 10 cents,
hit when he found that people were
willing to break tholr necks to get a
in u Illokel, he holgtOd the prtOS first to
la slid Ikon lo Jo cent.. Tlili future
president of the Htatidard on Company
.v . loll back in line, ied to InVf-SI
pbout s.6u in more currency, This
nickel buslnsss was better than pyra
miding "ii a rlolng market, Willy
tin, unlit
The A l T yi.imgater as not the
oni plungor in t e street, Uanii bei
ssngsrs, runngrs foi the curl brokers.
tColltlnUOd "11 Second Pugs,)
PARANA C'ANAI. t'ltl'ISKa.
Ticket., rearrvatlaa and fujlvsl lDfunutlM ri.
All.
line:
All A
li'liu.l. IIIAValL
Bt'llXAIt. Ar.a. riUIIM i"',n, Buildiuf. ig-
S) l ul kee. M. X
ra,u aeuBu euuu. ASr.
" Circulation Books Open to All."
The I'rru I'uhll.hla
Verb Merldl.
NEW
IS CRY OF RIOTOUS
IT
Police Reserves Scatter liast
Side Mob Repudiating Peace
Terms Made.
I.W.W. MAKING TROUBLE
Concessions on Both sides in
Settlement Peached In the
I eaders.
An .nsurreclon In the r.inks of the
Hiking garnMM workers. foUre1 hy
little loader who have banded ' '
fo: the purpose of prolonging Ihe etro .
itie. this sfternoon mora toned to ut-.
thS pence cement by Which the great
strike had ieen apparently settled, II
took via. hie orm in a demonstration
In rront of the Jewish Dally forward
i lidding, .v... ill K.iat Broadway, where
s Bomlorganlsod mob of several hu".
drod men and women gnthered and lo' i
ly dORiandsd special edition assert ig
the strike had not been SSttlsd,
At one time the note thro-ig stormed
i Ihe front door, and several windows
were broken. i'apt. (irmsby of the
Madison street police station turned
1u a call for 'lie reserys iJjf'c :lf'
teen minute." work the Asa was herd d
lin Seward Park, opposite the PorWard
! Itulldlng. Without violence. por - one
I time the crowd remained there i.ral
glowered it the newspaper olfiM,
Tliere waa practically no clubbing and
no arreata were made.
SEVERAL THOUSAND WORKERS
IN THE PROTEST.
Apparently the demonstration repre
sented several thousand workers af
fected by the agretMn.Mit reached last
night, but there k no means of esti
mating how many other workers cut
tie induced to repudiate I he pooCS terms
agreed upon by Prosldsnl Rlckert an
Bugono s. Benjamin, representing ths
Aiiied Clothing Trades Association.
I ThOOO already voicing dlsuitlafactl in
claim that they have been "sold out"
and that they will not get the fifty -hour
week they demand, They also
think ft a week la not inOUgh of Id
InCrsSSO In sawi.
Ill the i rmvd fnat besieged the For
ward Ittlildlllg Were OJtany persons id. tl-
ttflsd with Ihe Industrial Wi ckera of
the World Itickert and bis gssocloti s
have done their utmost to keep tlie go
tlvltlOS "f th.s,. sgitatori at a mini
mum, always aware that the I W. W
leaders had an ambition to ta'le th
strike out of hi: hands. Evident!) the'
had the sympathy of some smaller
strike leaders of the f 'lilted liurment
Workers, for they worked to keep the
strike alive as long ..a possible. It bis
now been In progress OVOI two month
and has dealt a blow from which the
clothing Industry of Mow Fork will not
r )V0 for years. It lias Involved lh.
lost of millions of dollars and has
Ml road starvation ami misery all
through the IS Si -Id.
50,000 GARMENT MAKERS AF
FECTED BY THE SETTLEMENT.
The settlement announced last night
by Marcus M. Marks, win. acted a
mediator, involve practically oil t the
od.ouu workers tiil idle if President
Itickert succeeds In carrying out r
union' end of the agreement to rol it'n
.I'ontitiued on Sisaind 1'age.)
(FOR RACING SEE PAGE A.)
Prosperity
Prevails
While war, graft and poUtiM are
trying to rival each other on the stagt.'
of life, Prosperity Is attendini; strictly
to his own business.
56,098
HLLP WAN ILL)" ADVBH1 ISBMtNTS
were printed last month In
THE WORLD
1ST .12,052 more than in ALL run o
OTHER New York morning ..id Mtn
day newspapers ADDED TOOET F.R.
If that isn't a sign of Qood Times,
what is?
mi it's also a sign that 1' you need
competent workers in a hurry, you
hould
ADVEK nsb IN Till SUNDAY WOKLb
TO-MORROW.
STRIKE NOT ENDED
GT WORKERS
EYENIN
YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
Woodroiv Wilson and Jersey's New
Photographed in Front
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iiiiM.M.iiiiiiin.
SULZER BOARD TO CALL
DR. AUSTIN FLINT IN
THAW BRIBE INQUIRY.
Want - Facts mi AllegeJ Conspiracy
in Favor ol White's Slayer at
itttfiwan.
Ai.n.wv. March i .:. gutter'
committee oi Inquiry hunea to conclude
ita investigation ol the Than bribery
charges on Monday, when Alfred Henri
taswlsi in" Auatln ' Rllnt and Val
iVKatTell, in of Non ek. ais rx
pseted to leetlfy, Mr run had written
u letter to Gov. gtilser, nhi u I ia Gov.
ernor referred to thi osjintlttoe, in
which he gllsgeg i naplrai y existed
to dismiss all to. attaches of the Mat
teawan Mtato ii"-i.it..i tehu soro un
friendly to Ham K Than The nom
mlttee win nuesllon Dr, 'lint as I" hl
knoweldg of such eh irge,
Alfred Henri i.. no?ording to ii
a. Hoffman, Thaw's "niesenger" va
naid for - hi .- rend) red Thaw, ind
IhS Committee want- to know wait
these SOfV 14 Wore a i I how much w"as
Olid for tin in
.Mr. iVl-'.urelt to he r-Olftd St Hie
etUes4 of tt fgsti Prison rtepart.
nianti which reported t . thi wnmii
that Parroll, who s pr ... delist ...
claimed lo have kimv. of n, ,'.
legod niir, house" 'n a aulooti ui
I'ttrk How, New V ri,, organlaoil r
the tin tn t .hiu us prlvllagea or
COnVlCtS i" Stale prlsillis, Ml the teal,,
gtgtiy 0. be laki n b th. coniinil''-e
will te forwarded o INstelrt.Artnrney
W'hilinaii oi Men I ir ;.,. Pufs.r.
The oonimittee i-. preiutiing tu .
amlii" John A HenneNe', Hlatu 'V
eotttlvo auditor M iy, cuiioonilug
rhgrgea of I inpeten .-umi inelfl.
srsvy ssaltial Herman tv, ll'iorsr ul
New Vol I., wiio ielgiei ruconll) IS
St.. 1 1 Archils t
At mi- niuasl or i;.c. Hulger, vt-
torney.tlenerul I'smiod) is iireh'irlng
an opinion cm rnlng i . lungth i
the tei III ,f t l di , f ',,1. Josojili
P s - oi. Hmierlnleii lotto I of Htois
Prlaiiitis uui itln ne boon tiu.d
g to another t'ol gcott was ii.itn,-,i
out (ft mi out in ituegplred term ul
furrger Huporlntondeut t'ornelius
Tray of Troy, ur for the term ! Ave
cog i am provided be "'' tttte Cou
sUiutlon,
GUEDITtdN
1 iii'mi" . Ll- uitii'i V
J. F. FIKl OtaFa AND WOoDsiQWWii-aoX
y) UHOKHWUOO AMD USDI.igQO
1 1 '1 141 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1' 1 1 1 l' "M
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onii
.0
Dr. Kennedy. Lawyer and
Mienist, ( jc( Habeas ( Corpus
W rit Fr mi Justice ( iuy.
PolloWlng ClOSOly on rpt It'laaeH1
restgnntlon from Matfeuwan ami the
a atul.il .uxo'v i g a. ,'T.,.t I-, ,-fT-cl ths
releaao ot Harry K Thaw, Pr, Charles
Kennedy, lawyer and nlienlati of No
Chambera street, obtulned ftom Su
prem Court Juotic c srbi i, fiuy
day a habeas xirpus order dlrw'tlug Roy
i. ia ik. Acting gupoi'luteiident of ins
Matt, a a .tu gl ,1" ln -.au aSylgm to pro
duos Than before Justloi (llogo Ioa ;"
the siatueUie I'ouri Uulldlng I" New'
Vorb t.'lty on Monduy, March at U
fir.
he i it. srhl ti is hs fifth in4
Ima ubtgtnttj in in efforts to reg tin
f.e tun, waa sworn ogt alone b In.
Ksnuedy, who rori'iitl) etanilued 'I haw.
in his petition Ur Kounadi gassrti
that he la ThgW'S lawyer and that the
appllogtton i made In liehsll ..f Thaw
personally, He says Thaw aa ..,m
mlttad to ih. aayluin a., an Inggns par.
on until guch tun. aa in should he
con, eaiie, au 1 lis helleves that 'lhaw
I . t tha present time win. n Ague and
Iii ilia complete iMstooesloti of his men
ial fsjogltisgi .ml t .at pig dlachargo
w tit not bs a ntonaca to tin commun
it y.
At toon Jutl t i. iy algi.nl ha
wrti Ui Koooedy and Valorlsn j.
u'Karrslli former city doteotlve,
n rie.i from the euct tunid'ng tu ogtoii
a i. . 'oi UattesiWan, Neither avguid
d f U It thf ir h-Aste.
"1 am sorr) thaL lh, OAipiiwtwu bat
THAW MAKES NEW
MOVE TO GO FREE
DESPITE SCANDAL
''Clronliiiba fioolrn Open to
12
Governor
of State Capitol
I'M 1 1 1 1 1 1 I'll! 1 1 H I I'M H
i ome known," said Dr Kennedy, "no
Ii u i.i v sell nisly Interfere with our aer
Vice Of I Teak. Ihe gOtlHg " ilierlnl n-
d. it The erll is an hnneoi or ,
attil man to Obtain ills lihei ly "
lie naked if tne application at Hilt
tune had any itgnlflogncs tn connection
witii the Mntteanan acandal " There is
nothing to ba .-.aid on thai lUbJeot it
U I lit." lie ,e. I.i: , d.
ir- Kennedy'! reeldohco is So,
Itutgeri street. iiere format IMetrtef
Attorney J. r un. . Thaw a Vemesls, on s
lUed, it wab also remarked that fornsgr
fk'tectlv U'Karrell i.a- dune no little
leutblng for Mi. Jerome O'Karrall
would only slat, that lie had been eg.
gagad by Ur, Kennedy In serve the
w lit on Thaw and In I,, tk at M it
teawan,
in k' i, i-d w, nt in M-sttosysjnan soma
wet-ell ago to etamtne Thaw at the oe
boot ..' Ufpsd Hetm Lewis, ilia maga
wi I. r IV hot! In- golin W. Rug.
Sell. l ite a. el .lit. I) . II' oi tlie MaA
t. iwag aayttin At i he fin re tn,. n
vestkgttlnsj cotninlrtee, bringing in :Iim
tianiM of le-w., tlie latter .I'knov-
.nii;ed has itg i 'i Kaunedi to set
Thaw. I.ewli u i ed Ur. Kennsajy
and I' W, i n'Muiilvaa as alieniets
who asen fi undo of hit, an. I ul ihey
w.ii. tu MatteaSran a hi. nslueal
iThaw'i aa. . ' teatliled ipeatfrtay that
h.- ;,.nl le a ' mono) in Thgw't pros.
S4.000.000 ADDED TO WAGES:
$13,450,000 TO C0-L PRICE
BY THE ANTHRACITE MEN.
j Cuntparative Yearly Rate Increase
Reported in i !onj;resa hy
Dili in 1 'i I .ii'. ir.
.- I I i N ' . I ' , Ala n I, 1 Ma, ...
ljur.li I
iompanlos Incre4sad tin a ryes or tie-.;
envpbl foe al I lie a h ..t II MH m.
our o ihe strike uwret'inwni or Uat
Mat. an I I IH "1 the ut u ,,i gBtlll'S'
,-,te :.. UOnSUniOM H-l. .'tl..ti. ,,. ,ed.ug
tu a revolt hased in Investigation
tu hi MUi -hi ir I. ' sif suhmltte l la
thi Huns Uid ' i
tfeei MlMlsler r'rom Kcuadue,
QUAY W
Itlontala A, ' '"' d
.... r oar..,, i
at on tunc Minuter
of the Interior, has h.-en appolntad
I '. . I . . t II, III .f.T I.I ' ' I at l',.l.-l
Ituttea slid led to .ia lor Wfathlngtun
W N I It : It
All."
PAGES
TORTURE FOR MADERO,
REYES SHOT TO DEATH,
SAYS GIRL REFUGEE
Senora de Rendon. Who Arrived To
Day as a Re u gee. Says General
Was Trapped and Shot by
an Army Officer.
EX-PRESIDENTS BROTHER
SLAIN AND DISMEMBERED
Irlanter's Wife, in Graphic Story of
Bombardment Describes Days of
Terror in the Line of Firing.
An ever-present peril hangs over tne heads of all Americans in Mex
iCO. I lie Unci i.i t rovernmeai cauu l bring ui jg.- uut ul the inJr-tcribablj
chaos x'utli "1 tlie Kill (jr.iiiJe, and, it let alone, .Mexicans will be in the
icver nt revolution for years tu come. This b the opinion or Senora ti.
It. ile Rendon, the English wite ol a wealthy Mexican planter, who arrived
today aboard the VVurJ line steamer Hsrvrana from Vera On.
WOMAN BURGLAR
HELPS GANG BLOW
BIG VAULTTO BITS
Milos tu Jersey Shaken and
Vlthiki Wakes to See Three
Flee in Auto.
a trio ..f v. ga-s. .me of th.-ui probably
a woman, waited Juki two months after
,ta I'onsplotlon to Brack ludson M. i'r-
kei 'a neM pool olll. e in Verona, N
'I'ii day, however, they could no loflgi r
reatraln t ho meal yes, and at i u o'clock
Oo. rltlago sotamogrgph rooordod an
earth, luake. The IgplotlOg 'f "goup"
tystjg term for a!trag1ycarlMii wiru
which tin- sojourn ng thlfvos demolished
the highly omnia uonorot ami stool
tgttll that protSCted liaUl to-duy the
resourosg of the -.iti ... ahook tin- ootintry
aide for illllen around.
WliHara r..ote, who fives in Orons
atreet, two blookg from tb.. poai OfAOO,
win. toggad .ut al '..-ti Ms lurcAed to
ihe wind .a In lima to see
ggursg dlssppesrlng In Ihs
He h.irtled to hS Slleet
hr.-u
gray
fine!
tniHt.
and luund
thsn numerous othar Asntloman land
,t few iiaiitiy obad idles i ot Verona,
Aetna of these, early on taw toons,
had leuwrod Ctoae co w. .f the theme
yig olid on.- h id picked "i H, dTUpPOd
by the fugitive Anoints m un of
tb - ptjTty of rubber! WM a woman arwl
ih.it ih.- thr.-e dipnrtad from Verona in
un -ml. .un. -I.e.
a burr) call gat aani for t.harei u
Atardlor, borough uit thai A atawth
of tli. iiima wiu ua.te The. .auit Mas
a t..t 0 lost M .n than faH n eash and
al lessl ASttst forth " stampa at are gone.
So lie ol in'
to.. la re l
tie-1 hlti ' '
.....i . ..ml a l.-w i.-ii a'la-'s'
not ! . . un- egga dgi Ing
. .Mi uiej prg hold as avt.
den os.
mi to--1!,- Varung no . iniwdad
a tlh post'offlci .ii-p. , h i repreatiita.
Uvea ot tlie c-Jiiut) proaecutor's urli.e,
loi ii pbticgmen an i levsraJ hundred
n.ci-coiuuiis.i.oiHii riiitiio .k tl,i,.n, a,.-.
t. .at tii.i. Mas a uunetanl tangle or
n. on ami in. r.ii McUonahl in un
lavel it.
The . ii,... cutitsai if Ju pavenport'i
tnnounoemeui nut aisynrently m
ylaltort lefl t islr UWg Jain. a"' at
bums, for ihey gtopfaul on ihslr wa
Lo On- poat-ol f. e and pilfeicd a PAltOj
I i .on Alt bjgt Atm i shop
GIRL
t..-nitii. Similar prohnklr
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Mennra ds Kendon la a rafuaee who
wiih In the thick of affair .luring tha
eleven daya' gtreet hattle tn the cap
ital Ma lived for daya In a cellar,
while tlie houae over her head crum-
I Mad under the ahraiuiel of tlie con-
lending forcea. Mhe waa net door to
Ihe home of Trealdeut Krnnclaco I.
I Madera when It waa wrecked by a
bomb, Aa sbs stood on tha deck of
I the Raperaggg coming up the bay from
JQuamntlna to-day Awjmm Dointed
smilingly tn the gown aha wore.
L06T ALL HER GOWNS AND
JEWELRY.
"I earry nil my baggage on my hack."
Bha said "Kverythlng I owned I left
behind, i f doubt not that ome aol-
dter' half-Indian wife la wearing my
41a man da and ggttM thle minute."
"My husband waa in Yucatan, where
he owns several large ggggp plantathins,
when the revolution atarte.1 on gnnday,
the atti of February," she iegwn hw
story. " I waa living w-ltili frlen.la who
aer.- members Ol the fsnuiy of Oen.
ll.Tiia.rdo Iteyea. My hueliaral and t
wore very clutu, Ui (Km. He yea and his
family.
'leu. Iteyea did not fall In the Aral
rottty from the Nations1 l'uiaoa thai
mornlog, aa the reports h .. It. Ha
una trapped atni murdemi in cold bio.Mi.
IV ben he and DaM brought their tr.aia
I., the jfaiegjo and lined tbuni up In
front of the National Palai Cesn. Mor-
HlO, .me of Ma lai o'a imntMowtv,
Sttspped I" the door and Invited Ftevea
lo OOniS InstdS tile pglgOS and Laik over
ti.,- lurrendor of the d-fwaier.
"The o,d WgtTlor, a MMISgpt I by aa
i d "iily. atupped through tha Uoor
Immedlatoly (Jon. aforiUo .rets a re
Valvar and allot him inrougti the head
iii.. aids than kill,,! Muuiio aaal ta
' ailed to the oil ... '
TELL9 OF THE TORTURE OF
MAOERO'S BROTHER.
"Porhaps ih full irutA of tiuw Froti
idt u I Mad at . gl d w.ll never be told."
K. nora de it. I unturned. "Hut 1
bad un- detail ol in slayuig'of hi
brother Ousts VO from an eye witoos.
It w u. i ihO sing thing.
Hon Uuslav i aa told UMI on order
riad come for his release. He start.- 1
t, aaik ISCroSI tin op, ii court uf the
trssnal whan soldiers concealed ail
lUoUl under tne at. teg opened Are on
Aim from behind men they jid a tei
rlblo thing TAOJ .urtially dUunem
bared ..... bud) in an sgosat of anlm,.
i i gouts Hi" aoldiera tubs -
i i. made much money by van.1-
iK ,. auuvsntr btoud'ttglsjao bits vf
Madera's lot"-
"When i ..ni.., land to atart for
Vara ': I. With no li.i.'gaga except
wi.at I 'aid euro a my hands, the
ii., ,n I rod on ' derailed twice by
i- .'I t...-1 upon nunsborleta
i i..- it .van a nightman Hint Jour-
lii-v to IAS coast."
i ... one ul tne s,mi Aim rlcnng in
llegicu v'it) .m i the uiners tliruugkout
Vl,. in- iu cunoUntly Increatlng
p.i.i." hs imiltlnurd. "I'ontempt for
i i. iaii liaa grown sin.,. Intsttaji.
t : . i - .1,!. ve.l Tin- UotlOang say
America it nulvA to Intervene m tna
gffalrs of w.ak Nicaragua, but dora not
linn do the rime thin-' in Magloa

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