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SIL ? HOPES
Bchcvc Peace Possible. Despite'
Deadlock Between Fire?
men and Fifty-four
IMM. CONFERENCE TO-DAY
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LEAVES ARMY FOR CHURC
Cadet Quita West Point to Prt
pare for Priesthood.
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MEXICAN ARMISTICE SOON BROKEN;
FOREIGNERS SEEK SAFETY IN FLIGHT
MADERO GIVES TRIBUNE
! HIS MESSAGE TO TAFT
Asks That No Troops Be Landed iron
Warships and Thai Americans be
Ordered from Pire Zone.
Mexico City (via Gal veston), Feb. 16.?President Madero ^av<
to the Tribune correspondent at the National Palace to-day a cop>
of the message which he sent to President Tfcft yesterday, askint
that no American troops be laiuic 1 in Mexico. No reply to lh<
appeal has yet been received.
In the course of a Io'il-, interview, in which he emphasized
his purpose of protecting American* and other foreigners, Madcic
delvc?i into a pile of pap?is on his desk and drew forth a copy ol
the message, which was written in Spanish and which the Mexican
executive styled "personal."
The message to President Taft, .is translated foi the Tribune
pondent by Madero himself, follows:
I have been informed that the government ovei which ?four
excellency dignifiedly presides has ordered to set out fur the porta
of Mexico war vessels with troops to disembark and to come to this
.' itiita! to ^ive imaraniees of safety to Americans.
"Undoubtedly information which you have, and which led you
to tak<? this aaion. is inexact and exaggerated, for the lives of Amcr
icana .?i the capital arc -it present in no danger if they abandon the
/??tic of tite .?ml concentrate in certain points of the city 01 tt? sub
in bs. where tranquillity ?s absolute and where the government can
?_.i\'i. ?il classes guarantees
It you older Americana resident he'c to do that, following the
precedent established by ',"ui own ?T'lcrs previously issued i this
?: ?? to President Taft'- proclamation l<?st spun:; adviaing all
Americans .<> leave the danger points <-? the republic), all danger to
.".' ? Americans and other foreigners will be obviated.
Regarding ?/hat material damages may be suffered by for?
this government is ready to accept all responsibility, ac?
? . to ihr- obligations oi international law. Consequently 1 ask
. ?'!.!(? soin rr.ci. of-war not to disembark troops
in Mexi o ' .i'.' will cause .* conflagration and consequences
mine te.'iblc than the e we have tu contend with at present.
! assure youi ex ncy that th"* government is takin
thai ;el>cl? m the cuid..de'a will do the
,.i lible to the lives and property m the capital, and 1
nave thai everything will be peacefully arranged in a very
!? ? e that my country this moment is passing through a
terril ?-? ? ? The disembarkation of American troops would only
increase the dangers o the situati ? 'lamentable!
. ;|<j do i?. ' hai n to a nation which always has been a loyal
I ? ited States, as w i ntributing to the ' :
"Having ? tabliahcd a I ratit . overnment here aimilai
. . | the eal ' '"?:- J appeal to th i equitable an i
. , timen! that have been th terion of youi government and
loubtedl) represent the sentiments oi the great American
. , . ? , , estini? have guidi d ?? ith so much skill and
EARLY MORNING HS
LIGHT Ti BORO?
Flames from Harlem Dai
Blaze Illuminate Hud?
BROOKLYN GARAGE BURN
Explosiona ol Gasolene bnpei
Firemen Thirty ?utomo
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DOG GOES TO HOSPITAL
Holds Injured Foot Up to Hors?
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mu? wag of Hie tall left the building.
Heavy Firing Resumed When Madero Reiter?
ates Intention of Holding Presidency
Against Diaz s Demand to Resign.
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CENSOR WITH0LD1NG DETAILS
Fight to Finish Seems Likely, though Government Is
I ?oath to Storm Citadel Because of Danger to
Refuge ol Hundreds.
Mexico City, Feb. 16.?Hostilities were resumed with renewed
?lercenes^ in the Mexican capital to-day after a truce which lasted
only a few how S.
The armistice, signed at 2 o'clock Sunday morning, agreeing
to suspend operations for twenty-four hours, was broken before
noon Soon the sound of heavy cannonading and the whirr of ma
chine guns announced the return of the federal troops to their posts
in front of the Citadel. It appeared as if the words of Madero and
Di.i/ h ighl prove prophetic and that this time the battle would be
to a finish
President Madero this morning reiterated his refusal to comply
with the suggestion oi the Senators that he resign. He declared
that he was still able to dominate and that, given time, he would
Cl ush the rebel forces.
Felix Diaz had not shown himself to be greatly in favor of the
armistice, but consented to it out of respect for the efforts of the
Ameri an Ambassadoi and the ministers of the powers to bring
about a cessation of hostilities until the foreigners and other non
combatant-, still within the zone o? the lighting could be removed
to comparative safety.
Diaz regarded the nuce as merely a delay in the accomplish?
ment of his fixed purpose to drive Madero out of the Presidency.
The fighting Saturday had undoubtedly obliged the federal com
manders to admit that tor the present at least the rebel position was
General Huerta, commander of the government troops, a hard
fightei of many campaigns, was opposed lo 'he armistice and chafed
under its terms. Nor did he willingly agree to the sending of a
ody of his forces back to the federal base near the National
Palace last night.
The American Ambassador and the German Minister called on
the President and on General Huerta and asked that the military
dispositions Ol the government torces should be so arranged as to
make unnecessary the firing over the residential quarter, that a free
/.ene be :ixe i and that the government unite with the American
committee in 'he establishment of centres for the distribution of food
to the poor, this having already been agreed to by Diaz provisionally.
Early to-day the embassy was a p!ac^ o? intense activity. A
en - moved swiftly to and fro. carrying refugees, pro?
ms . nd i The work entaiieii necessitated the hiring of
itenographers. The embassy budding was besieged
by bund eds n? I all i I them Americans, who asked for advice or
': here is littll actual Buffering from lack of food or shelter within
the city, but there is a vast amount of discomfort and great danger
'u . h.usc who ren .mi
The strictest censorship on all dispatches has been established.
Government officials took charge of the cable office shortly after 5
o'clock Saturday evening and ruthlessly discarded the messages of
correspondents. Code messages and all messages containing any
i ? :< sions whatever that might be construed into a suggestion of
die important happenings in the capital c?me under the ban and
wen promptly confiscated
Official advices from Ambassador Wilson tell of the narrow
ca K ol the British Minister. Francis W. Stronge, from federal
bullets while on his way to a conference at the American Embassy
.it-, Saturday. The automobile in which Mi. Stronge was riding,
escorted by a federal guard, was stiuck in several places.
MUST SAVE NATION,
Momo City 'via Galveston), l'en. 16.?President Madero in art?
interview with the Tribune correspondent to-day outlined in dra?
matic wot.'s and completely the situation m the republic. Speak
nu at times with decpesi emotion, he asserted his struggle was for
the preservation of constitutional government, and he disclaimed
passionately mit he was holding his office for money or for power.
Pic.?!.lent Madero appealed to The Tribune to put the truth
?before the American public and gave t^ this paper's correspondent
the personal appeal made to President Ttfl to defer intervening.
Madcio reiterated he would not resign, though ready to make any
reasonable concession lo obtain peace.
" 1 myself have ?personally given orders in the most strict terms
that no more artillery be posted near the American Embassy," said
President Madero to the Tribune correspondent this afternoon at
the National Palace. 'This will obviate the risk of drawing fire
from ?the Ciudadela toward the embassy or the section of the city
nearby, where BO many American, and foreigners reside. The last
thing imaginable that this government wishes is that Americans and*
foreigners generally be injured or sustain los.es during the unfortu?
nate conflict that has been forced upon us.
"It is nonsense to say that we are trying in any way to provoke
intervention, ami it is absurd to suppose that we are anxious to
make any more trouble than necessary for ourselves or any other
governments. Consider what we have done without a requisition.
We agreed to grant ?m armistice until .1 o'clock to-morrow morning
to allow foreigners to remove their families from the zone of fire
or out of the city altogether if they deem it advisable.
"Just now an attach? of the American Fainbassy has been here
suggesting ihat tiii? time is too limited and proposing an extension