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MEMBER 14. 1913.
the river. The KUnboata were
equipped with machine buim and four
inch cannon capable of hooting three
miles, and it wnn wild by Rabago that
they did fearful execution among the
Meantime, On. ltabago nald, ho had
ordered the Federal cavalry to prepare:
for action and when It wan reported that 1 r...1,u II m..,.. v .i
the gunboats had turned hack the Con- I A11 T,0 iV'Utral
Zone to Ainoricnn
II K USES A FIK3I HAM)
vtitutlonalUts hu started the cavalry In
purHUlt. They chimed the fleeing rebels
until night saved the fugitive.
Oen. llobugo'H despatches added that
many rebel wounded were killed by the
pursuers as they tried to crawl to Hafety.
Oen. Huerta passed most of the day
at the War OHIce, netting advices from
Tamplco. f!en. Orozco wired from
OJInuga demanding that Huerta Mend
money for his troops. The War Office
huh Informed that Orozco now haH
under him only a remnant of his once
splendid force. Ills message, It Is xuld,
contained n covert threat that he and
his men would stop fighting unless
Orozco Is allowed 3,000 pesos dally for
AGUILAR JOINS IN ATTACK.
Takes Jt.OOII .Men la Hrrnforp
KrbeU at Tamplco. .
fliecml (!(. HeritHch lit Titt; Siv.
VKRA Cnrz, Dec. 11. Oen. Candida
AguUar. with a force of 3.UH0 men, has
Joined In the attack on Tamplco. accord
ing to telegraphic advlcea from that city
The rebels aro confident, that with this
Increase, of their army the fall of the
city Is certain when a general attack
, Is made,
Ucti. AgulUr left a force at Tuxpati
which Is believed to he sufficient to pre
vent Oen Joaquin Mhhs from proceeding
to the relief of the besieged city.
Foreigners in Tninplcu are filling every
The Ward limr Morrn Castle sailed
from Vra Crux Ht f o'clock till" afternoon
for the besieged port to take rare of
tefugees. The agents of the line expect
that she will lie hack by Thursday to
leave on schedule time for Havana aial
Spanish Minister Cologan ha ordered
tho captain of the Spanish limr llelliu
Maria Christina to bu prepared to sail at
i moment's notice to Tamplco to take off
Admiral Protests Against
SIXTY-FIVE PUT TO HEATH
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Fifth Are. and 49th St.
No ForolpnerV Lives or Property-
Lost, Ho Report n
Washington, Dec. 1J. Despatches re
ceived al the Navy Department to-day
dlselosed a condition of affairs at Tain-
Admiral was dated at 1 o'clock this
morning. At that hour he said fighting
was still going on with skirmishes be
tween the land forces, while the Federal
gilidio.tt llniui uns shelling the position
of the Constitutionalists.
Federal lei nforcements are reported on
the way fiom Vera Crui In the gunboats
1'iogrvso and Vera Cruz. The Indica
tions nre. It Is reported, that the revo
lutionists are likely to succeed eventually
In their attempt to take the city.
SPANISH DEMAND ON WILSON.
BRYAN PROTESTS TO VILLA.
Better Treatment of
panlartl at Cfclhaafcaa.
Wasiunoton, Dec. 11. Appeals for help
were received at the 8tate Department
to-day on behalf of the Spanish residents
or the city of Chihuahua, recently occupied
by tbe revolutionist leader Villa.
In answer to the appeal for protection,
forwarded through Consul Kdwards ut
Juarez, Secretary Bryan replied that
efforts would be mado to get for the
Spaniards the same degree of protection
as for all other foreigners, nnd Instructed
that representations be mad.- to Vlll.i
demanding proper treatment of tliu
Spaniards In the district under his control.
There Is fear of serious complications
growing out of Villa's proposed harsh
treatment of the Spaniards. Tho (lovirn
ment of Spain. It Is known, Is already
Indignant over the number of her citi
zens who have been killed during the
disturbances In northern Mexico and her
diplomatic rcpresentatUcs have shown an
Inclination to hold the United States partly
Ill view of Villa's record In Mexico as
a piofenKlonal "had man" his proclamation
regarding the Spaniards occasioned little,
surprise here. It Is not believed that
Carranza Is nhle to exerclso full control
over Villa and his men.
VILLA RUTHLESS IN
MANUEL MADERO RELEASED.
American Protection Called I'or nt
Sptciol Cifble 'mptifcA to Tin: Six
Mbxico Citv, Dec. 13. With Minister
Cologan presiding the Spanish residents
and refugees from many parts of Mexico of trying to Induce the l-Vdeial garrison
held a mass meeting here to-day und at Monteiej to sunehdei- to the Contl-
Uncle r Mnln I'renlUenl .ors
Mexico 'H im Court Ordrr.
Sprriul Cihlf Hrfiitli K tu Till: Si V
Vciia Cut's, Dec. '13. -Manuel Madero,
uncle of the slain I 'resident, who was
lodged III the forties of San Juan do
Cllun here ccxeral wcek-t ago on a chaige
Where Tampico Refugees Embarked to Board U. S. Warships
FLETCHERS ACTS UPHELD.
Washington oniclals Have .No Doubt
of Illii Fairness,
Washington, Dec. 13. Officials of the
.Vavy nnd State departments were dls
uclined to-night to credit accusations of
unfair actions on the part of Admiral
Fletcher toward the Meslcan Federals In
.heir defence of Tamplco.
It In believed here that the iiajNUrts
thrt Admiral has taken fn the protec
tion of the foreigner nnd Tamplco and
the foreign property there have been as
fair us they possibly could be made with
resptct to the contending forces.
It Is felt that as long as .net" are
foreigners and proprrt. on shore li bt
protected, Admiral Fletchir Is Justified In
using searchlights to watch events during
It Is certain, however, that Admiral
Fletchir hss the utmost confidence of tht
Administration and that the m nsures h
has taken t Tamplco have met with the
heattlcst approval at Washington.
REBEL C0NJK0L EXTENDS.
Mlnlnir f'rntrr Seised anil Mania.
nlllo la Surrounded,
Sptrtnt Cable ie.irA tn Tin: Sv
Mexico Citt, Dec. 13. Concepclnn del
Oro, n great mining centre south of Sal
tlllo, where 1,0110 mlueis are employed
by American mine owners. is held by
rebels under lien. Kulallo Uulterrei, who
is notorious for train wrecking.
lie has destroyed many trains south
of Saltllln. llusiticss at the mines Is
paralyzed, the rebels having lommun
tiered all the supply of dynamite to blow
up Federal trains.
The Federals have hanged rebels on
telegraph poles all along the line south
Oen. f.uis Hlanio, chief of the rebel
forces In the Hast, Is still at Cludad Vic
toria, capital of the State of Tamaullpas
with his entire force, not having gone
to aid In the attack on Tamplco, as had
Rebels are thick In the district north
of Monterey. They have torn up the
railroad track In a dozen places between
Monterey and Laredo.
Advices from Manzanillo say that the
city la surrounded by the rebels on the
land side. Fighting has been particularly
severe on Atzcuazado Hill, which Is the
key to the situation. Hebels In boats ure
also attacking the city from the sea. The
Federals have strong positions ulong the
Mr. Alger, the American Consul, left
Mazatlan five days ago on the cruiser
California for San Was, where he had a
conference with the rebel lenders. When
he returned to-day he found the In
habitants bitter against htm. They are
A bull was given aboard the California
by one of the leading families of the city
and preparations were elaborate. As a
protest against the trip of the American
Consul the. people of Mazatlan boycotted
The financial situation nt Mazatlan Is
very bad. (Jen. Rasgado, the Military
(iovernor, has Increased all taxes. The
branch of the ltanco do Londres y Mexico
closed Its doors there to-day ufter re
turning all funds to the local depositors.
The books were sent to Collma.
Telegrams received at Mazatlan from
Cullacan say the rebels are In full control
of the latter city. In a frenzy of democ.
racy they are compelling members of the
moat aristocratic families of the place to
sweep the streets.
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He Threatens to Shoot All Who
Do Not Leave Chi
lirXDKEDS HEACH EL PASO
Ofi'uuin nnd American Colonists
in Stute Capital Are Pre
paring to Dopurt.
!riKI.-. Ivi4, u) Lil.H "1 .V t 11I ,v I t
The Government docks and railway terminal at the Mexican port. This is in the neutral zone, established by Admiral Fletcher.
plco more serious and menacing to Ameri
cans and other fortlgneis than had previ
ously been appreciated by ceu Adminis
Hear Admiral Fletcher frankly reported
-.hat the situation seemed to be gi owing
ivorse nnd r ported such ,tiieigeiic uua -uies
as he had taken for the proti-ctam
of life and property.
Admiral Fletcla r announced that he In
m,.vil :ill tho refugee", who gatlureil Itlf
the cunllnes of the neutral zone esub-1
llshed on the beach of Tumplio,
adoiited a reeolutlon which will be wired
to the Spanish I Embassy In Washington
demanding that the L'nlKd States irotect
Spanish icNldcnls of Mexico.
The Mexicans are particularly bitter in
( tliur hatnd of the Spanish.
REBELS HEM .V ME RCA DO.
tutlonallsts, was released to-day lie left
at once for Mexico city In respone to
an order of the District Court.
MEXICAN MINISTER SAILS.
lit. I'aso, Te Dee. IS. Four hundred
and seventy-eight Spanish refugees ar
rived at the border this morning on a spe
cial train from Chihuahua city after hav
ing been allowed ten days by i'ancho
Vlll.i In which to leave the republic.
All their stores and factories had been
confiscated by order of the rebels and the
stocks sold for whatever they would
bring, the refugees reported.
The Oerman colony was expected to
follow the Spanish refugees to the border
as soon us they could get a train. Amor
leans were planning to follow also.
Neither Germans nor Americans hae
been ordered or warned to leave, the
Spaniards say, hut they are preparing to
depart because conditions aro regarded us
unsafe In Chihuahua city. Not a foreigner
lll be left In the State capital by the end
of next week, the Spaniards predict.
FreJurlco Moye. who was acting Oov.
cifior at the State capital until the arrival
of I'ancho Villa's force, uccomnanled ths
train as tho repiesentatlvo of foreign
Consuls. American Consul Marlon ltcher
also nent a representative on the train.
Villa i:,rn Mpllts Knmlllrs.
Villa was st the train when It left rhl
huahua city yesterday morning and made
a trli through the eight cars to sec w.io
was on board. He n fused to permit ns
tlve Mexican women to leave on the train,
even though some of them were married
to Spaniards. His openly expressed rea
son for driving the Spaniards out was I
"We are not going to have Mexico run b
The explanation of the Spaniards for'
his nider was that h wanted their goods,
and us most of thi-m were engaged In the
gi y "nd llcpjor business, wholesale
nnd li'tnil, h.. c-ould confiscate and use
theli slocks to good advantage.
Some of the tefugees declare that Villa
has not only oidend the Spaniards to
leave on pain of death but that Thursday
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not lea" the countiy. lnultH were
offi,-il the Spanish on tint Htieeta of Chi
huahua, hut no violence wan committed.
The total value of Spanish holdlhKs In
.1 Minim mi. i m ,i im.i ii-ii iiv ill. r.iiiir..M ill
Kle whit protection lie could to all for- Ih.OOM.oiki. .M..xlcan money, and the lost
iluners i xcopt the Hiianlfh, Iih had many
unruly men thnt he inlRht not he alil to
control and that he would advise all for-
HCIiela tu It'.INe
If this In true Americans on tin- Imrder
is they were tiunl to net any from th
banks before they left.
One man had n big diamond In hlf
tle, worth ceral huiidri-d dollarn, hip
was forced to borrow money from one of
his more fortunate companions
The refusrees say that twenty Amerl
cans came to the train when the lefJ
and told them that tiny expected to
leave Chihuahua soon and that the Her
man colony would follow tin- Sp.uiMi to
will amount to not Ice than Jin.oOft.OOO
Mexican money. tli- refuneea declare.
The buslines men and Chumber of Com
merce of El Taso nre altliu; In earlns
for the refUKit-M while they are In Kl '
i. eiare that iiothiiiK abort of a condition i raso. They uer- nut at the bridge by
of iiiiarch can be i..okiiIz.-I as exirttiiiK . 'eadliiK business men and b.ink'ra of nil
In tli State eanltal. Kr dcricn Mnv i 1'aho and iv.-ri thliiK was done to expedite i
contlrinud the tdnvment that Villa has 1 the eliarlnc of the Spanish refugees
BU.ir.iiitc. d protectiuii to all foielcners ex- , throunh the port.
n pi the Spaniards. j The refucee who were without Huftl-
A in- ssaKe was r.ent to-day lij the ' elnt funds to Ket uccoinmodations re-
refuses to l'resldent Wilson eharactcr-: 'eed cots in the basement of the Cham-,
IhIiik the cnforied exile ns "the barbarous her of Commerce. The chamber held a,
art of savaires" and r-troni: despatches ' HI' etlns to decide on Heps to care for the,
hae hewn sent to the Spanish I'ntHirii lefUKees Mnnv of tin so refuKees are worth ; s.steis of chailty wne a'-o fn'-r.d
nillie and also to KIiik Alfonso of Spain. Hundred of thousands of doll.us In their ..,1Vo Chihuahua and wen- pass, users
Mtssaites hae also Ipe. ii sent to Wnustl- own ilKht. et were foited to lease Chi- tho n-fnceo tt.iln Th. v nre b.luc r.ir.
nno C.irrniiza, the load of the rtiolutlon. huahua In many insert In a destitute f,lr t,v t. ,.i ftth"lb- 'iiumriTitl'ii
by the ri'fiiL-ei s. by American citizens and oiidltlon. The sisters wore th-li n.bes when tie-
even by lVd ral olllcers In Juan?., nsKlnar They say that they hno no plane for arrived
him to hurry to Chihuahua and attempt the futurt, as they don't know what will, ti, j.,'ern n.hlieis who were left '
to Ktt Villa to t,how more consideration be done or what will be the outcome of Chlhu.ihiiii Iiv Hen Meer-idii t.. m -.-v
to foreln-mrs. affairs 111 Meico I order until VM1 i arrived. aNo earn- on th
The Spanish reficres declare that Villa I Althouuh all of the lefUKees are well j fain and were tilired und. r v -t b
told them on the train that he would dressed business and profisslonal men, t'nlted St itis tronps when thev attempted
shoot them down like dons If they did I few of them had much money with them, to cross from .Iu.ir.-7.
Itnlil an Itesldeoi-es C peeled.
The Spanish merchants reported th.v
everything had been taken from thep
store by the r.hels, nnd they expect
their private resldenr.s to be raided aim
Nine Spanish I'.iiillst priests anil nln.
In l.ninn tu rek 1litnr
.Vl.dfo de In I.ama. Men an Mlniti r
Mr Must ( upline ii I'oss to t.el iHerillf l'ln lin e, sailed foi Co op
at tail I'linrl.
Phksipio, Tex., lie- 13. The third
from tliu' "-Tiidion of tin- Klf ecnth Cnlted States
shore, to the battleshhips lyltiK outside thu
harbor and that he ha" ordered all Ameri
cans to leave the city.
All tho women and children of the foi
elcn i-olony h ive been removed to placet
of safety on the ships, thounh a few ot
the men Insisted on taklnit their chances
and remalnliiK in Tamplco.
From o'clock yesterday afternoon the ,.iriL.il In the Interior boiween the rebel
inbonts Tacoma and Wheellns were en-j and the Federal leitul.us. The FtsleraK
C.ualry Is now en route here from M irfa,
forty miles a way, under lommaud of
Mijor .M. M. .McN.imee, who will assume
comnnnd of the American tioons on the
bonier. He will nin.iK unate hl foices
with three troops ,ilread here.
Federal Irregulars in tho city of
OJln.iKa have their ituns mounted on the
hills commindliiK the town, ready to re
elst the attack of the tebels. FlKhtlnc Is
sillied foi I.U'Ope yeste-d.l' I
motnliu: on the White Star 1 tier i)l)inpic
HIs name was not mi th p,i.eni;er list
It was said that he will bate the shin -nt
Clierboiiri: and k dircitlj to I'-fis, I
wnete ne win attempt to raise more
money for the lliieita Adnrnistratlon
Sinor de la Lama has hi en In N'ew
' I York several dais in consultation with
Hubert H. lloniMiian, an attornt) at ?
Hector street It was said that Sen.T de
la I.ama made no eifort to consult ImiiK
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araared In taklnir the IUII refugee gathere.l
on shore to tho battleships New Jersey,
Ilhodo island and Virginia, lying outside.
This work was accomplished by mldnlRht,
the weather condition bcInK favorable,
r.rnvr Ullntitlon Imllcatnl.
In view of the fact that the ships
of the American squadron wire already
supposed to have on board all the refuRee
to whom accommodations could conven
iently bo Riven. It In assumed heie that
JMIIHIII,- I'lllllltlir til t im.rl,.N
utr unuei i-uiiiinuiio ui Mfn. nuivauor
Mercado. fiirrml K mitt ledue of 'onnir.
It Is repoited that the rebels arc hold- Tokio, the 13- lt.iron .Mak.no, the
ln I.amula I'ass and that .Mercado and FnrelRii Minister, and illjln ukud.t, the
his men can only ifet to the border and Minister of lMuc.uion. hale iilien fare
obtain water and food by shellln the well dinners for Shouke j,,to. who Is
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a . as. I I n.l r.
etwacn 35th and 9th btij
lenuy u mien, . I niinn,
tho situation must have become much j "Jinagu.
more threatening to Induce the Aumirni
to pack hundreds of other refugees on tho
The battleships have practically no
facilities for carlnR for a hirce number
of persons In addition to their comple
ments of officers nnd clew,
Admiral Fletcher In reporting what he
had done for the safety of tho Americans
and other forelKncrs at Tamplco nsked
that public announcement he mado thnt
no foreigners have been Injured during
the flRhtlnR nt Tamplco.
liu has also Informed the Nnvy De
partment that no foreign property has
been Injured or destroyed by either side.
The Admiral requested the Department to
announce for him that It was quite Im
possible for him to undertake to answer
private messaKea regarding the wifely or
whereabouts of Individuals believed to be
The situation so far as the comfort of
refugees Is concerned will he greatly re
lieved Inte to-morrow when It Ii believed
the army transport fiumner and the Ward
liner Morro Castle will arrUo there.
Thu transport was ordered from Gal.
veston last night and Hailed for Tnmpico
to-day and tho Ward liner was chartered
by the Nnvy Department to proceed nt
once to Tamplco from Vera Crui. On
these two vessels are abundant accom
modations and also plenty of food for nil
the refugees nt Tamplco not cared for on
the ships chartered for the purpose by the
Jirltish nnd Herman naval commanders.
Protests Aarnlust Kxrcutlona.
Admiral Fletcher Hald that In the name ,
of humanity he had protested to the I
comniimdeiR of the rebel nnd Federal
forces against their practice of killing ,
About idxty-nve, the Admiral declnred. I
already have been put tu death by hang-
I Ing or shooting, both sides being ubuut
j equally guilty In this respect. The Fed
j erals hanged three revolutionists venter
rebels out of the pass. To retieat would
only brim.' him In contact with rebel re
enforcement" and artillery sent out of
Chihuahua by Villa.
ltebels here asset t that Villa's men dug
up n million rounds of ammunition hurled
by Mercado at F.ilomlr when he left the
railroad and started across the country to
nbout to leate for the rmted States as 1
exchange professor Sliosuke Sato, who '
was a student at Johns Hopkins I'nlier
idty. Is dean of the Agricultural College
of Tohoku I'nlverslty.
His trip to America Is ep,eted to do
much toward spreading n krowledife of
Jspan and prcvent'ng misunderstand
Between 38th and 9th Sts. I morning m fun view of tho shipping
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