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Pair to-day; unsettled to-morrow; probably
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XEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913. cowum. t;nno i'mmiu a.rt,,.0.
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VOL. LXXX.-NO. 1G8.
TAFT VETO FOR
In Spite of This Congress
Mn Decree One for
r;n illi noy
notion has l n political
inthei Hi, i II t cnnomlo tw ... vwlt e
muni Hi" eiiloilt.iitlon of n mote
M in mat !, tun,,) for ,,.,, ,
l et li e tin spirit of knnwiiothlngHni ui.doi
the clonl, nf patriotism "
Tin. Immlgt.itlnn legMntlnit with the
literacy lent hns been iirt:-il cti!lt. by
'he AuirriiMii I'.-di'intl Mi of l..ilr It
has lim-a bitterly opposed iiv ltpro
s. utat.tos from lar-jo oltio like Now
REPUBLICANS TO REORGANIZE.
: FIRST MOVE TO END
LONG THEATRE WAR
Slinlierts iiikI tln Syndicate
Agree- on Clte-iii"; Many
WC.KlS VI KW WINS
I'le.-ident and Secretary Find ;,
No Other Fault. With
Xiitliinnl niircrciice in Mnroli
I WismvuTON, fb n. Plans tire
ji'p.nc muli' to hold n conference t,, re-I'l-B.inbf
the llepuhllean t.artv nlnnr?
iroi:ri.lo line. In keeping with n stm-
motion m.iil.- l.y Cnv. Ila.llcv of Mis..
f n r t and other llcpuolicui progressive '
'n frw months ago. This wa that top-I
- M .-' ntatu . of thp p.utv assemble ntul
decline iinpw the principles upon which I
VI:'I! A lilfi FAt'TOR It will conduct lt tight lti.lho next four;
Tom.itKo plans for th'K conference!
J1V(l hiic been nppr.ucd in Washington not:
I only by mentl cm of the "..1.1 guard" .
'hut by man, of the more progrosstto
I Hopiihllc.itis I'l both house." of Congles, 1
lit proposed tn make the confetemo!
national In scope, j
I The scheme ns outlined bv Itop.iblle.in ,
fob u. -President Tap. 1 Scnutnr to-il.iy cntitomplat. s the re-'
tct.icd tne lmniigr.i'..uu "illdlng of the pant from the ground;
th.it the literary i "i' ""' oi ine ntnuaiiietituis will bo
II,. relegate the older leaders to the
rear. 1 h iiopiibllcans who are limine
ith'.s plan Interpret the result nf the
"lection I, mi November as a rebuke to'
TO KKKP IT FI (MIT IIF.RK
Author to Profit Ity a Hotter
Chance to I'liM'i' Their
Thnl We Must
to io Certain Clnes
of Work Here.
, i.lu ,innr.ut'.erd that nn of-
made to pass tho bill over
KI.iw Krlanitcr, recognised as the
head of the th-itrlcal syndicate, yes
terday gate out a formal statement re
garding the rumor that nn amalgama
tion was being nrmtlgod between the In
torest of tho syndicate and the Shu
beris. i ic.igulo.l ns the lender of the
independent theatrical Interests.
for several years rumors of a con
:.i'ida:on of tho two factions, which
practically conttol the ihcntrlr.il in
i rests In the country, hive beoi olrcu
lated. but !n the past week they hive
been more perslntmt than ever. When1
It becam known tint there hail been I
conferences between Abraham Lincoln I
frlinc-r and I.e.. Shubert. head of tho!
GAMBLING HOUSES CLEANED.
Ilnjrr nuil Ills Mrn elre Tiiblr Hint
Oilier Thlnu In I'otir lltiee.
four mimbllni; houses near Times
HiIllire, recent lv forced to close bv
the polite, wetc visited lasl nlnlit by
ItlHpector Hwer I. lent Cooper lill.l
llfteeli iletectliis. Ill each place rim-,
lotto and paki r tables anil other thltu
left liy the uamblers was sclod to be
As inspector Dwyer. In the automobile
Hint Usui to be Inspector Sweeney's,
panided from house to house with hi '
nrmy, he was IiikkimI by several thou
sand persons Just mil of the thentres.
Police reserves were called to scatter
The four houses which the police en- ,
tered bv smashlni; street windows lire .
the An-onla Club nt 1.13 West forty-'
fourth street. ni'M door to the Jreen j
Turtle restaurant, the "swell" Lyceum
Club at 1,1s Wet foity-llftli street, the
MuseoKoe Club, which had u whole live
story building nt L'On West forty-ll'th
stieel, and the club at UN West forty
third street known as tin- St. Clair Club
and llaciicl Union's
In the hallway of the Lyceum Club
Inspector hwyer cunie upon two kIiis
rases filled with Miniils. illrks, jdsto's
and shotguns The s'ewnrd, who whs
the only Klble Informant, said they'
were nnt!i'ies The Intpector pro
nounreil them In vli.lailon of the Sulll
nn law and selod tl eni too.
FIGHT RESUMED AS SENATE
MEETS TO ACT ON MADERO'S
RESIGNATION OF PRESIDENCY
Provisional President of Mexico
BURGLAR SAVES BABY'S LIFE.
.m l Cu re I" n chance
(n Help Mother When
I hllil Unit Croup.
of t ie supporters of the 'if 1
l ,i" p.i'sed ovir -.h" Presi-
- 1 d on the votes alreudv
-i t le House ami Senate. The
v..:e In the lloue on .i cr
n :.. recommit the bill showed I of
i .it 1 in to 70 in f.uor of the
w!,:a In the Senate onl nine
e i. is; ai:ain.-t the HtoiMoy
"f i 'lie old time machine lender. Tho new
jleadern contctul that there will be no
chance of the pnrty' success until Hie
ors.ml.utlon Is purred of the nctlif
iiinn.iKi'im nt of thse men.
Senators llorah, I'umm.ns, ' Kenyoti,
i no iiieatilcal luislii.-ss ti,.
th e e.ns, Mr. Libitum r ,ist m,mi.r
llrMmv. 1.:. f.illel!.. .-.n.l ..th..r nr.,. I ' 1 ' " ' wiiereni III
- l li'HI l.'ll leiHinruM nio.l l.
ives in.' siaieu in laKO ine places tn u .,m. nf stnl.tnt.
vnrl eis Shubert enternrlses. the st.iio. I
men' was Issued, n follows: i l.o AN-UKt.t:s, fob H A burglar who
H.l-od b tiu. cunfubloii ..11(JonttornbMrs. IVp.l Morenis remnlncd
,:..,, ,r ,o .... i .. u . ' to save tier nnnys ine, nccoruniK 10
neiiu.r.i.iatloii wbtch has at-. ..... ... ,....., ...., , ,,,
the old tfuard leaders and to write
a new st of pilnclpies for the ltepub
1 lea ns.
I: Is the plan now to hold this con
ference Home time In March. Prob
able this will li In the Interim between
the Inaumiratlon and the calllni; of the
m on which the President b.i'"d
.... t'nt i.otol.-r.intM 1.111,1-
Cnlt.'d Statet shall I ,il. eMra ps-lon of Consress. when as
1 lr:y t forty words In com. many prominent P.epublicans and pro
of dialect, including Ylddlan. tfreshShi s as possible would be able to
ri to be wrltt.n on sup oi .menu innri
,.or -i oe prepared and furnished b'1
s. . r -arv of Commerce and Liut,
i ri mted to Inspectora of ini -:rTi
T e hi I provided n'so that no tw.. 'm-.
n crin--. saf.ubl hae '.he .same s. i f
! a been bolleel that the npp'...M
' n of th.s test vould brinu about a do- j
ruled curiallment of Immigration to t .us
In a short nusrfRo, which was arcom
ranled by .1 letter from Secretary Xiiko,
' e President said:
' do ilii w 1th vreat relueimiee 'I lie lull'
. n'.ntlH Ill.ltlV Mlblllble alllelldinents to the
, r..!i' intiiuratiou I iw uliieh "ill in-.ui.l
t.,i.., ..'it. mil. In e"luduu: unde-ir.ible .
Hit- I he bill I." elve.l trom: s ip-j
' "i Iw.lli ho.es ind Wlit- reeonuiiellded
tojo i oin in1 ion after nn et. nde.l
in' 4.1' ion aivl iieimiv iir.iwn i on-
...in ..... n mane upon iiim to pro.lucltu;
inanacts and uiiuuiKei of th. aires t..
IbrltiK about mine uirh cliatiKe tn th,. epn.
oral Interest of the b-tte. clans of theatrl
'c.ll Aft.i seveial wi.ks of study he
; I i reeled a ..m which h bellee.I would
. tiiliic about th- .leirert betterment of the
th. ntrtcal situation This ie.utt.d In a
' number of i .inferences bet we. n lilm and
l..e Simla it, In which Mr OlanRer t' .ie
nte.l the Prvhinan. KI.iw llrlaiiRer.
. N'lxeti Xlmtnetmnn and William Hunts
.thet nllle.l tntere-ts. while Mr Shu-
BATH TUB TRUST
Penalty for rndiviiliiiiN .May
a Year in Prison inul a
Fine nf fti.OIIO.
l ert lepr. lenti.l the intercuts of the vari
ous Shubeit companies and Hour nn-
ci.it.". iiulurtltu: William A Ilrady, John
Curt and Pred Whlttn
' Thli plan Inrliideil and antlctt..ite.l nn
amalKauiatlou of lnteievt Th" s ..i!ate
Identity of the Shubert was to be pre.
ei'eil and remain Intuit and un.irfeit.il.
'and the were to operate their Mifioiis
Illi'Mitei and produittons preclselv as ttiey
are now .lolniT, and Charles 1 rohtnun.
KI.iw PrlaiiKer and their various allt's
land allied Interests were to continue their
I bn dne's on their ptei.nt line" They
, were to ro on lompetltiK with each other
fir plats. in.l artors ns vlKorously as
pot as both partlc ienllze.1 tint sue
ei In the theatt' t. Ia In the excellence
of production nnd In the Re.pilsltton of
sult.tbl. pints from the best authors It
was reillze.l that the wenktie.H of the
sltii.itinti lay In the fart that there were
Lust nlRht her baby was suddenly
stricken with croup .lit, us she went
out of In r front door 'o summon n phy
sician she met a masked man who or
dered her to keep unlet nt the risk of
her life. Ii'Tesard!iiK his command
she screamed: "My baby Is dyinK' I
am colni: for a doctor!"
The burclar-. demeanor Instantly,
"Let ine help you." he said, plrcltiKl
his revolver In his pocket Mrs Mnrouls
led him luck It.to the room where her I
baby was lymi;
The bunrl.ir nske.l for vlncsar, sii(rnr
and water and concocted a mixture
which ho forced down the "nfanl'p
throat Then he rubbfd olive oil upon
the child's chest and worked nn hour,
after which he told th" mother her baby
was out of iliintel
"You must have n baby yourself." re
mark d Mrs Moror.ls
' I have live." replied the man.
NEWBURGER IN BURGLAR HUNT.
' I esiir.ot make up uic mind to u'n
I mil in it chief provision tiol.it.
I Hi. i pie that olIL'Ilt 111 III f .. pll. loll lo be
I in dealinu' with our iimiiikrr.ii ion
te. t.i the hteraev te-i l or reasons
i'm m .secret jry Navel's letter to me
ii.'i"' approve this iia'a-'ire
.kiii; of the literacy feature off
I,.-i-iire. Secretary .Nanci in ins lei
. - .'.. prcldent says:
' am p. r.suaded that this provision
' -e l. is in principle one of very
Iirn-.tT. fb It The uirt in the
iru-l r meuiber" of tne bath i :b trust
I m i he t "lilted Stat, s lhstltct Court.
. i .o .....,. fr ...,.,., i . a n ..ni.it"o nianv theatres i nterim: to one cias
after .leliberntlni; from n.-n t. .-d.it until f ., s nn1 ,,, .nerrfore. , e,ta'n
.PS", found the cor ..raton and hull- t,..m In certain i lti s ln mid. bt mutual
t Iduais milltv. ,lu. Ice Cl.ire.i. e W. Ses- i .onerii. ne net men in ..iner lorrns or
-ions will pronounce senten.e , ".trSrt .,1 wbic, ., ,,
o'clock on Saturday tiiornlmt. fach in-'iini.. .1 to l.ilnc Into effect and eatr out
ditldiiil may be M ntenceil to one ynr
In j-iil or to pav a tine of ll.oon, or to
both, and each corpotatl.in in,') be lined
$.'..i.o I the same Mud of attractions and to the i
Th" b.iri,v on wii'ch th.y were tried i same theatreKo.is. to tile detriment of
was violation of the Sh.rman atitl-trut !th- t.ro.lu. Imj nmuiers.
law It was alleged that tnromth tin "U
.utreemetit a mam; a majority oi me man -1
irn llrpuly I'oninilsslnner Id Time
In .lnt .XIUi Thieve.
Th.r.l Ocputv Police Commissioner
i i r1 i i i i i . i i 1 1 1 i ... , ,
1 1 ii i, ,' : jtsA?- fit liirr'Trr de
photo commitrHT v.
British Legation, nt Midnight,
Reasserts Madero Is
HERNANDEZ HAS QUIT?
Mexican Lawmakers Meet
Behind Bolts and
LA BARRA SHEW
Is in Conference With Madero
Cahinet and Rumors
AFTER HARP DAVS PWHT
Revolt in Provinces Grows nnd
Little llopo Is Felt for
Francisco dc la Barra. who is likely to be named to succeed Madero
,.lr eo!uuy. euii.races oniy ine enii.
of ltie-tori. Chlcaco. Philadelphia and St
Louis, where it Is partlrul.irlv emphasized
that too many theatres are eat.'Hni? to I
i "n.i. .pience and that It is bacl
i fal.acy In undertaking to apply
w i ."i ;s not calculated to reach
. i and find relief from a danger
re., In d.e's not exlut.
;.r..Nii,n of the bill i n;w a'ld
1 a. It goes to tile peart ur in" w
:t d ies not pirmit of (util
es and much ns 1 r. gret 't,
' otlur jirotlslons of tho
r. are In most respects ec"ll;nt
n . respect really objectionable, I
belie', e.l that tile p'an tolled
suit In irreat betie,".t to the i.iitl.o.-s
ufacturers and n. ..rly nil the inu jobbers i - ;
In the flllled States a schedule W.1S 1 ,.,.".,,..,, lessening the lel.entaee
nr 1 upon winch tlvd jirices abso-. (lf fllllnl,.M ,,n,i prctentttiK the tniiltlplUa-
lutely In . very part of the country. n..n of the same clasi of ei t. i taltiment
Atliong the defendants are some of tin ', tunning In the sumo city at the same time
most prominent men In Pittsburg and f nib t the pi.sent svstem of looking lite
other lilies of the fast. Some of th. ni I musical attractions or ttte dramas ai
lt,.,lm..M 1 1, is imirti. I IIH.'ie ... j.i.'... ... li..-....., liii-.t.i ...
! Newburgor was driving homo in mi
! machine at 11 o'clock last night, when.
a he was passing n tailor shop nt S
i Second iiM'tuio. ho heard the burglar
I alarm In the building ringing Ho got
j Policeman O'ltourk". who wai, doing
, stationary post duty and they forced
their wat m.
Tho found nolsidy. hut the rear win
dow was open. Several Isilts of cloth
and some overcoats and suits linn is'eti
piled up in the rear of the store near
Th" reserves from the fifth street
stimuli were needed to scatter the crowd
that ...Uected after two theatres In the
nelghlH.rhood had let out.
NEWS HAILED WITH
JOY IN WASHINGTON
Administration Finds Relief in
lie ported Resiirnation
.Mexico City, 1-Vli. 14, 10i4O p. j.
I'rilernl forces hsir heft tin a night
nl lack nn the A rum ml anil heavy
cannonading: nnd machine Ban lire
l nKnln In pronrens.
The rtinnclni rnlnran are aap
porleU by hnltcrles aad from the
iTlndotm nnd roof nf the Arsenal
(en. Illai nnd the rebels are replt.
Ink wllh rifle volley anil with their
inlek flrem nnd fleld piece.
Mexico Cll, lh. 14 With the
Senate nf the Itepubllc In araslnn
Inee S o'clock tn-nlrht It I nntv
laird nn pnaltlve anthnrltr that
I'raneUrn I. .Modern ha aarreed tn
reslKii only In the event that neli
M course In- illetateil liy the Senate.
II I lielleteil flint III realaaa
tlon I In the hand nf the .Mexican
The llrltUh l.cunllon reiterated
nl midnight It annnnneeinent that
Modern luiil rcsluneil. Sennr de la
llnrrn bus d.-l.t ennferenre nllli
(ien. relit lllnr. nnd I'reslilcnl lu.
ilero uraliiu unlck aettlement.
PRORI.K.M STILL It KM A INS
CHESTERTON ON LABOR PAPER. ; I
Pt when Attot ney
Ing pictured to the jurors the UlnKr... e ('f ;,..,,,,,. ..ii'tantage to the
i t.i advl
ri-v .Vagel holds that the bill If
i would result In unfair dlsorlrn
igainst whole families enter
. .el when t'ne father s llllt-
iil would deprive the f nl'.e.l I
' a large percentage of valua-1 more.
Tne enforcement of tip!
; I c x approximately U.OOO.OOu
r.lmg to Mr. .N'agel.
r. 'ary holds that tint dlslinc-
." bill in favor of female mem
. family docs not rest upon
.!'i contends that the effect
'.n: labor on Industrial con
- oMTestlmnted by those sup
'he measure, Including the
i federation of Labor. Ho dt-
is a great it mount of labor
intrv which native lire up-
.1 i and consequently I' Is
aliens, ninny of whom have
' I Ite.
- .dlclently earnest and Inlc'Ii
' 'i has been made to bring our
.1. I ..ur supply together," iio
i- I s,( far the sumo forces th.it
biof support to this provision
.t i.ill have stubbornly resls'od
.'"oklng to an intelligent d's
.f new Immigration to in,.'
. v needs of our vast coun'.ry "
iietarv points out '.hat aliens
ap farm work all over
that would fall on them should the
was thought by some of the defendants
to bo favorable In tllelll. The list .jf dc-
not I f,.nd.int.s follows:
Jndhiduals- Theodore Alliens, f rands
.1. Torrance nnd lv L Dawes of I'ltts
l.urg. T 11. fames i,f Manslleld, uhio;
!..,. ,1 i; McCrum and II .ward T. dates
..f I "til. ti 1 1 .w n. P.i . frank il. I lot den .(
S.ilem. i ml... Anton Wel.-kiti'.c of Ual::-
l Philadelphia at the same tlino. It would
ducei If his pro.lii. tlon Is not opposed bv
Herman M llouccaer of Chicago,
T. Imryea of New Vol I; and .1 L.
Wright of Wheeling. W. Va.
Corporations- The Stanilaid Sanltarv
I. ,.,,ir.,. .nrln.' ('...... ti.nl of I 'it I sl.llt-Lr.
..... I........... l...,f ....iirl.ii. I . .(it.e.ttt . if I Selll.U'
III'' i.i.t.n.s ..ii.ii.im... rt .
Matistleld, uhio, the Nullonal Sanitary j
.Maiiufaiturliig CompHtiy of Salem,,
i (hi. i, the A. Wcllutt!e Sons Coiiipanv
of Ilaltlmore, the L. Wolrf Maiiufactut -Ing
I'olilpauy of Chicago, the .1 L. Mott
Iron Works of New York, McVev, &
Walker uf llraddock. Pa.; the f iilon
S.inltarr Company of Noblenvllle, Ind.,
the Wheeling fnamelled Iron Works iif,ni"iit for
Wheeling. W. Vii ; the McCriitn-Howell i manager,
Cotnpaiiy of New Yolk and the Humph-j to
rev Manufacturing Company of Mans- ln
tile same i Ity
"The contemplated ar rariKeiuunt would
keip open the thenlies mat are now
ih.sed periodically In tin se tnrlous . III. s
for l.iel, of atttaitloiis, ich-inliin eoutiii
u. ins emplovuiei.t to the local people and
more .satl.fart..i and .tried eutertaln-
III. lit to the Ihe.ltregoer . It would assist
the 1 .1 mill. I UK 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 - I III se.llllllg lasts
and stop tl.e ii.iintrv being flooded tvP i
number two or iufeilor companies, and.
it Is hoped, lit ui c al.ut a condition that
'all pto.lui.rs a'ld local theatre m-inagcis
1 I. ate been striving for "
! Ill the absent" of Lee Shubert. the
member of Sam S. .v Leo Shu-
beit, who was In Haltltnote, .1. .1. Shu
bert, a member of the tlrin, last nlghl
continued the. KI.iw v llilauger state-
liletit. While the contracts had not et I
been signed, he said, the wot king iigtce-
itieiit had been brought to hiuh a state!
that It was a settled fact,
"it will be an advantageous arrange-
tin. public, the actor anil the
l.c said. . "It will pill a stop
needless competiiion. hor Instance,
Cincinnati tu-nlght we are playing
Lcnte III Old llerth t!cruiic nf In
coinp.it Ible Opinion.
fteruil I Mr htipnli-'. In Tar. Stv
Los-poN, feb. 14 That prince of par.
,nlo writers, Cllbert Keith Chestertun,
has n'tcred his connection with tint
7 ii If j .Vrtri mill Leader lifter many
tears. In the fitt ire he will contribute
to a labor paper .-ntled the hilly Her
Hlil, which recently made a pathetic ap
peil f..r $.".0,Onu to enable It to go on
and to the nt inlshment of etery one
Wrl'lng in the llernlJ Mr. Chester
; ton explains his resignation thus: "I
. had no cuip aln' against the editor,
I woo had a. ways sjiowti me kindness,
but the piper had come to stand for
I almost etetythlug tha' I dlsagt.e with.
and I thought 'hat I had l.e'ter resign
before 'he iiet great measure of miclal
j reform made It Illegal to go on stilke."
I - - -
MRS. WILSON AS A PAINTER.
RAYMOND BELMONT WARNS WIFE
(.It ex Xnllee That He I Xnl
spiiiisllile for Her Ileitis,
To Wimin It Mat Cotiiero
polll-lhlo lol ant debts
wliu li mat in ii aft
ait iiscal year 838.17:! alien -i
' . fnited Stales, the net Im
mivn' ,.ng over tOO.uOo. We to
i ' 7 on.. s;(., laborers, and onlv
1 '" ' irned; wo received lltl.OOO
"' "' .ml onlv ft. 000 returned; ie
I" i oho farm laborers, and only
ni". re. e'ved 1.1.1.000 common
.id uon.nou returned. While
in r cent, of Incoming ulletis
r.r . in New York and Mas.
where congestion Is most
' " d of. the Illiteracy uinong for
u .s only I,-, p,.r cent,
i ! "iittiilve Curley of Massachtl
1 ". led the movement ngalnst tic
t of the Immigration bill, wild
i" tent of I 'r. s,.li nl Tn ft III vi tiling
' ' ' i ration bill Is in keeping with
si t aillt Iiiiim ol the honoted nillce
' 'ip'K and the vein message Itself
M s.iiceio ring of tluit true Aiiieii
win. h has mark".! his evert net
' ..l 111 of all the people of til"
a stinging rebuke lo th.m. men
life who have substituted prcju
41c: (or Judgment and whuue baala tor
that I am
thlli nii.iiiie.i i.v an' nine: p. is.. 1 1 loan
I IllVSelf ItttMOM. 111'.!. MONT.
1 This until e, which Is print, d in this
1 morning's papers, Is directed at Mrs.
j I'ltln l Loraliie llelinont, 'hough it does
int mention her inline. It l her bus
J band's present answer lo tho suit for
' M'purutlou whii li she has started, cliarg
1 ing desertion. Later, It Is iiudetstood,
lie will bring ii suit for dhorce.
Noimaii Asher of Conner, Simon
i Ashef of 1177 Uro.iilwni, nt tut iii h for
l Mis. Ilelmoiit, Mild last night Unit tho
; notice would hate no elici t on th"
j prosecution of her suit. They are nsk
i lug for suppoil and maintenance of
their client and nr.. not illstiiibcd by
Tile Merry Countess' in one theatre
and the syndicate Is presenting 'The
Count of Luxembourg' in another.
"Ill cllle.i where we have th.. pew
agliellleUt yoll will not See '.legfeld'.s
follies' iimpetlng with the Winter'
lial.i.'ll show. The Kl.itt A. lll'lauger I
Motrin. 'Ill c.veis the situation com-I
pleiel.t There Is nothing itioiti that I
r 1 1 mi say "
While only the thelites In four cities
I Wi le mentioned 111 ti." t'olllllll stntflllcll ,
. :t was generally understood last night.
. in Itroadway Hint tl.e working agree
ment as. aniiouiici'il Is tin forerunner of,
' a .similar agreement regarding mati.t
other cities, particularly lliox In thu,
I middle West.
i llroadw.it wiis much Interested when
it he.itd that the l..ug looked f..r iimbr
standing b.'.weeii Hie rival theatrical'
' concerns might be In sight. Tho seep
! Ileal ones pointed oil', that the last '
I working agreement between the two
1 ructions lasted less than a year. 1
i This was over four .tears ago, when,
I the Klaw & frhinger interests became'
llltcreslcd III "lldvanceil Vlllldet IMc " 'he
' rresldelll-eleer Wife I lo llxllllilt
In I'll I liili-l i h I h .
Pillt.tt'Ki.i'lilt. P-b, 1-1 -.Mrs. Wood-
low Wilson, wife of the President -elect.
1 Will exhibit paintings done by herself
l at an cxhlblt'nu at the Arts and Cr.ift-
(luild In thH i 'l. which will op. u
next Wednesday. The only other -,
hlbllor wi'l be John Wright or London
Mrs. Wilson's paintings are chletlv
landscapes. Sonic of them are said to
; show a rale appr. elation of sceneiy and
i tolor fife, ts
Mr Wrirlit's etching'-. embiare
.Sicilian, Venetian. Preiich and Knghsh
suhlects. Ills wot It has been honored
bv royal approval, the King of Mai"
hut lug purchased several of ills paintings.
S. Will Face Intervention
I'ntil Stronir .Man Con
WtstiiMiTON. f . b II Th" news Hint
f inut'lsio Madero had tesigmd the
Presidency of Mexico nnd that Plan-rl.-i'o
de la Harm s to h Hie provisional
President ol Mexico pending another
election was ..).vfull levelled lu Wash
ington and lifted a gt-.it burden of
anxiety ri mil the uuth..t Hies. ,
While the State Department had mil
tit a la'e hour received otllclal couth ma-
lion of the ri potts of Madero's resigua-I
th. n Irotii Ambnsciilot Wilson olllclaN j
of the liep.iitun nt found no reason to
doubt the truth of the leporl. !
I li il ti Secretat Knox nnd Assistant I
Sectitary WiNon said they could iinik.i
no comment until the Hi paiimeul had I
lieatd from Ambassador Wlh on. It was)
xpedeil that despatch . fiolil him tvi.nl. I . A niei'lenii
be lecelvcd some time after inldlllMht.
II was pointed out, though, Hint how
ever d'-sltable the new 111 I angetllellt In
Mexico rll. ti in b" as I. diet from the
state of alfalts of the hist week II
cannot niter the policy of the fnited
States With lespci't to Mexico. Till'
thing of greali'M moment has been an. I
Will lolltlUUe to be the prolei Hull ol
Ann i lean life and pinpeity in M.xlio
The plot Ish.u.il ailinlnlslriitli.il of I m
la Harm nnd the Covci iiinenl which
ma.t sum. d him it'll be satlsfuctort to
Hie I'nltiil States In exactly the san-e
dl'lllee Hint It Sill CI'i'lN 111 gitltl',' plopef
piotei lion lo Am i lean Intefefts In
Mexico f.lli lle lo lilTot'd such plutec.
Hon to Vllletliail llf' It I) 1 plopetlV Will
I i Im; down upon any Mexl.un ilovern
iti nt shaip lemliiib'ts ft uin the Pnlt".!
Slali s Just an lu the past.
MADERO'S HOME DESTROYED.
Ileliel Turn Their ("minim on III
Ml-.xtro Ctrv, I'eb. 14.--The Plus force
bomh.ir.lcd Madero's palatial home In
tho Colonla Itom.i, half way between lh
nrsena! and tho American embassy
shortly before noon. Their cannon ut
terly destroyed the building, Olnz's gun
Iters hardly leaving one stone nn t...i
another. Mi:u-o Citv. f.b. U. The Hritlsh
Tho desiructloti of tho President's 1 l."Snllou .itinoiiticed shortl.t after 7
mansion was an Incident of tho hardest , oVIock to-night that President Madero
lighting of the day. !n which both fell-j , ( Minister of the Interior. Hnfnol
riXrZi TxCLTt urmrz; 1,0,1 rovM nm ,,,at Kran-
the arsenal for Hi., tlrst ilm.. M.,r ! ''lsc" I!-""ra would probably "o
thnn MO were kdled in this lighting.
REFUSES TO MOVE EMBASSY.
Mk.xi. i) Citv. I'eb. 1 1
of Plesi.leni Modern P
.Minister of foreign
the American fmba
I '.lit o .
s an envoy
Mfalrs, called ar
y .shu.-tlv after "
attcrnoon am suggested,
made pioilsionul President.
At the National Palace It was ad
mitted that llernan.ler. had resigned,
but the President himself in an Inter
view with Tut: St'N otiriespondor.t said
thai lie would ill' before ho would R.Ve
up his post.
Late to-night S.nor dc la Ilnrr.i and
the Cabinet were conferring behind
loi'i'.il doors in the National Palace and
troops iter, on guard outside with fixed
"o.iyotieis. ituuiots ate dying fast In the
Minister.. I ruliiK Hint to i)ull.
REBELS FIRE ON TRAIN.
llie latest development of the case.
Voting Hclmont Is said lo be on a va-1 ssiiubettH furnished some of
cation in lint net, iiiimpiou couniy,
South Carolina, lie was llieto when
his wife slarled her suit, so tllo papers
Were Sertoli I'V publication. Nlooll, An
utile, Lindsay .V fuller an. his attorneys
nnd offets have been made by them tn
Mrs. ISelmont, who has refused tin.
SAVES LIVES OF FIVE BOYS.
William Mi.eUefeller's Coiielimnii
I'till lloi'e I'r.no oiiii( Coiiler.
TtiiarniwN. feb. l . linlcK tliliiklng
by Thomas lluflmuu, coachmaii for
Wlllliilll Itockcfeller, waved the lives of
live small boys coasting on 11 bobsliil
down College ntciiue this afternoon.
The sled came down nl a fast clip us
Huffman drove down Valley slrcel in a
Ho was almost in lis nath when he
"IH ! ..... r.l th.. Inns' ,.i!..m II.. i.nlle.l ills
of town IhoatioH for tin ventuto. It ,.. ,, ,., and tho sled went under
was thought last night, however, by , nimnl. knocking It down. Two of
those In a position t know i in it 10 1 ,,. ,M,VS w,.r badly Injured.
soil 01 ail '-oil in ......un... .oo.ieiices, iTmiin lumt.e.l out ...ol silt on It...
and Independent ( 1lpr(Ju.H j,,,,,,' wtl,. 0i,orH usslAied u
wumau III I III cai l ll.ge ill ii iikiii.
end to theatrical differences
between the syndli all1
forces was lu sight
Itlerlciill Interest Xnl I'roleele.l.
nitlil.il Washingti'ii tliiil-s II iliiln oli to
see how It 11 V linvellllllelH In Mexlin
could be worse than tin oil" which has
Just fallen ns far ns nlfordlng pi'i.tectlnn
lo Aiucrlcuii Interest l coiii'.ine.l.
Though no olllclal of the Slate licpnrt
mcnl Is willing even to Intimate such a
'thing It Is net erthehss no secret that
Madero was rokiirdod In Wnshlngloii as
! u failure iih Presldeni
1 The Instiilliitloti of Do la Harm as pro.
visional President of Mexico Is aiiilcl
patcd to-night will) Hie optimism and a
.strung belief that It will menu better
l things In .Mexico in tin in iinure, m ...
it-ay nothing of pulling nn enu to thoin,,, inhabitants
contllit which bus gotn.. uu over hiuco
It Is Policed that tho n'lecllou of
.n the name of the Ma.luro got ornmeni, ' streets, wlihn are crowded w'tli cheer
that the embassy be moved to Taciibiiya, 'ng clt lz Us f. r the III Ml time 111 a week.
a suburb the miles .nil. f
Ainbas,iilor Wll.-on lefiised tocotni.lv.
Willi the sntryest,,,!!, p simi.iuaui o ' The in.. -i Interesting ti. rt Is .hat Ma
Is attached to the itttoy'.s cull on Am-' dei-o's Minlsti 's and (lenerals nie utg
bass. nl. .r WIN. ip. i iiif. him t.. s.ierllicc his pride ami to le-
. . ' sicn fur th.. .a),., of his country and that
the Piesl.i. r.i has maintained an ob
stinate r. f.is.tl. Tnete Is a widely circu
lated storj thnl the Congiess Is merely
waitlnti for the Pn-ldetifs written rcu
isutitlnii be!. .re permitting the fact to bo
made p li.il.'.
The tic.it ity of the foreign repre
sentatives b ad t . the rumor that they
l.uvo Ji Ineil In a note to the Covet n
mint ib-inandlin: that Madero ll the
1'mit.s o the lighting in order that iion
i oiiitata;i:.s ma.t not be endangered.
Thole can be no iiiestlon, however,
Hun dot elopmi'tits of the most tremon
doos Impot taUi o will follow the confer
I'll 1 1 's lii Ihe National Palace. The pub
lic belief Is II:, II Madero, whether Will
ingly or not, it M. turn over the Cov
einnieiit to some one favored by !en,
1 who imdiuil.ti illy controls the situ
Itcpnrt More linn for Madero.
Some Mailer stas say that teonforce
ini nt nnd addill.mnl lie.v.t guns havo
be u reieivid ami that Hie bomh.ird-
1 in.'iit of the diailel will be resumed In
jiornesi In the morning This does not
ii it fee Willi the news from the provinces
' that Hit country Is declaring for Dliu.
trrlie nl s.ni tot.... In
IVItli Tale nf lliiuuer,
StS" Antos'Io, I'eb. Pels.. us who
nirlvi.l lu tin- i ity to-da.t in. m noiih
crii Mexico ti pott ilisiurbai'.i cs in Ta
inaullpis and Xemo Leon. No one
seems tu i, now Jus' who nn th liad
William f Cioh of St. Paul was on
b's wir to Mexico citv tilnn his i:a'n
was held 1 1 1 south of Saltlllo. The
ni.lwiit station nnd u freight ti.uti t.ei,.
on llie mill about jini mo iini.'d men
coniiiiem ed to llie nl Ihe engiiieei and
The men stu. k t.. th. 't posts and sue
ce. d.d in get. tug the train out ol .1.. li
ter, bin not lei'ote nil of tho cm h. s
had I ti tidilleil with bulb tn. Mr.
iifi.li said that the b'lli lils were ill .ml.
nnd rode along beside tin linln toiling
WOMEN OF STREETS SHOT.
Ciri-I Mexieo l'l'il. ' blllal by AeCon.l. the )'c
pott pelslsIM lll.lt He 111 I'.aiTil IS to sin-
,,,,'r Madero at ! ..' dock in the niorn-
Muxno i'itv. feh. II Women were int; Tho Inllueiico of the llrltlsli Mln-
shot down In Hie red llglil district of thu ,lstif Is said to have been exerted In Du
, iaplt.il to-day when the federal ti ps, 1 lu Harm's Interests,
I hulled buck fr. tu Diaz's citi.del, conceit. ( A regiment of Cuban Infantry will ar-
t Tilted In Hull M-ctloti. it'lti'iit Vera Cruz In the morning, coming
j Dlaj; pursued ihe ll. elng Madet lslas Oli board of a Cuban gunboat. Tho Mex
I ii ml shot them down with iiiacliiut gun lean Minister nt Havana wired the M
lite as ili-y crowil 'd the tnrrow Htrcets. I dero Covernment asking permission to
shifting of til. line of brittle caught land soldiers for the protection of tho
Kt rry rellarrtlc iinil mi'itlrliit rtihlnet .huuld . Speelal,
oontala buttle. I.u lien Uio.. N. V.-Aiit. I Ailt.
ll.Ml Mlilll Ol r TO l'I.M lll'-At'll.
IIA-i'lONA. (lUMOX'll, ST Al'lil STIMh .iter 2
liniiri ipiloio'vl tn Mlmil nnd lldu.n.i "riurlil
aii.oiuc l oan i.inc, 1:19 uruaiittiiy.
ColililMli'. 01 ,X'l'COIIlf '.!('
Ilecrfiint Farm .S.ic. 1
Made nt the temlrr mmt of ilnlry fed, fat younit
M n X I it 1: A I.
Khortfst, itulrl.rl "ml hest Hue:
nnrkers. daintily ,rMiiietl will, ii'lcrtnl nitre, to any "tru tirk iinlrnl Acrnt. 3 trion. wrilt
'try a luu.i.ouiiu itii-sui;i;,
iii'tvaic uf linltuiluiis, , ii
Sat- t), r II.
trains wet 1:
Xcn tirainlllViitriil Tt'riiiln.H.
ol tile ilislflcl iinpi'u- 1
The result was llt.lt the Streets were;
mini w tn lifililnl women who ci.ulU
pot ectipo fmm Ihe criisllro of rlrtes '
111 I the I'll 1 11 of bullets l'rum lite rebels'
Maxims It was ui Hils cnionnter that
a haitnlion of Hie Twentieth Infantry
ilirew down tiicir arms ami rcl'useii to
llghl any lunger fur .Madciu.
Cuban Legation, It Is said here tli.it thu
Cubans have orders tn land.
To-night American doctors and sur
geons ale working with french nnd
SpnnlTi doctor In the ted light dis
trict, where hundred were killed or
wounded by the savage lighting of the
Despite the optimistic altitude of Hi
Government up to nightfall It ha