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Dr. W. E. Michelet, 68, at
tacked on stairs of his office, 1252
W. 12th st., by robber. Fight.
Gail Grindel, 4445 Byron st.,
victim of holdups. $15, watch and
diamond stickpin. Escaped.
Mrs. Bertha Silverman, 1679
Milwaukee av., robbed of $50 by
purse snatcher. Escaped.
Nine women arrested in two
raids on alleged disorderly houses
at 2117 Armour av. ard 2016
Mrs. Mary Buczek, 25, 2230 N.
Leavitt st., shot and slightly hurt
by rifle in hands of S. Szulakie
wicz, 14, 2246 N. Leavitt st.
J. Johnson, 822 Belmont av.,
and Eric Warner, 3823 Herndon
st., severely hurt by auto of Mrs.
Mary Kransz, 1502 Glenlake av.
Mexico City, Feb. 10. Gen.
Felix Diaz this afternoon pro
claimed himself president of
Mexico City, Feb. 10. Presi
dent Madero has fled from the
capitol and the Mexican govern
ment has fallen again.
All of the federal troops have
gone over to Gen. Felix Diaz,
nephew of ex-President Porfirio
HAS FALLEN AGAIN
Diaz, and Felix Diaz will prob
ably be made president.
It is not believed he will be able
to hold the office, and the army
will elect a military dictator. Gen.
Geronimo Tervino, commanding
the third military district, will
probably be chosen.
This will not end the disorder.
There are too many Mexican gen
erals with a following large
enough to continue a revolution if
the new adjustment is not to their
It will be impossible to satisfy
Orozco, Rojas, Salazar, Campa
and Zapata. The latter has been
rebellious for the last five years,
fighting both Porfirio Diaz and
Madero. In the last few weeks
his command has attacked fed
eral detachments, burned villages
and wrecked trains.
Each of these five men wants
to be all-powerful in Mexico.
None has the power, but is strong
enough to hamper a president he
doesn't approve of.
Feliz Diaz is not big enough to
control the situation. He is not
in high favor with the army, be
cause he once surrendered his