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an American walks through the
streets today he is more likely to
be cheered than frowned at.
And American women, who
tended the Mexican wounded of
both sides, are larp-elv resnonsi-
m ble for this changed attitude.
They have done more to protect,
for the future, American interests
and life in this country, than a
Mexico City, Feb. 21. Ex
President Madero is cowering in
his cell in the palace, in momen
tary fear of death, though Presi
dent Huerta has assured the Ma
dero family he will not be execut
ed. Madero knows that if the
new cabinet has its way he will
be shot because of his. "death"
Chihuahua state is in revolt.
The rebellipn was renewed with
increased violence, all leaders
massing their forces to fight
Huerta, who, they declare, is not
a relief from Madero, but a re
turn to the old Diaz regime of
Paris, Feb. 21. Gen.- Porfirio
Diaz, ex-president of Mexico, is .
prepared to return to Mexico ,
when he is assured he will not
embarrass his nephew, who eri- ,
gineered the successful revolt
against Madero. Diaz is in Cairo, .
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Chief of Police McWeeny
wants 1,500 more police.
$2,000 loss in fire in building at
9 W. Lake st., occupied by G. W.
Thout & Co., hardware dealers.
C. A. McColly, justice of peace
at Chicago Heights, found guilty
of embezzlement today.
Two-story brick house is on
the way here from St. Paul by
parcel post. Will be on exhibition
at Coliseum during Nat'l Clay
Products Exposition, Feb. 26 to
Health Commissioner Young
wants tax on dogs raised. Asks
$5 license, on female and $2 on
Frank Madia, "fence" for ban
Peter Crudish, 1503 Fry St.,
watchman, severely hurt in gas
explosion in building at 334 S.
Clinton st. Small. fire loss
Two robbers got $50 cash and
$20 in stamps from drug store of
Parker & Parker, 624 N. Robey.
Frances Squire, well known
woman orator, will speak on "The
Woman Movement and Social
ism at Garrick theater, Randolph
and Dearborn sts., next Sunday,
Feb. 23, at 2 :30 p. m. Musical
program will be a feature.
"Dear Mother. I am all right
where I am. Don't worry. Your
loving daughter, Fanny." Let
ter received today by mother of
Fanny Holtz, who has been miss
ing from her home, 1925 W. Van
Buren st., since Monday, when
she was accused by a neighbor of
stealing 50 cents.
Fire boxes were useless for
some time today on account of
broken wires broken by sleet
Robert Poison, engineer at Chi-