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ttlE J3IS13EE DAILY REVIEW, BISBKE, ARIZONA,, THURSDAY MORNING, F EBRUARY 13, 1913.
DAY IN STRICKEN CITY ONE OF UNSPEAKABLE TERRORS
MFXICO CITY. Feb. 12, 3:30 p. m. Zapata, the noted rebel leader has entered the city and is now endeavoring to join his force to that under Diaz
creasing throughout the city The British 'egation was under Hire' during the afternoon and the greatest fear has seized all foreigners. The American and
Panic is in
ters have senta demand-to Madcro for the cessation of the fighting at once, but even if Aladero desired to comply he could not do so as a state of anarchy seems to
prevail throughout the&ity. Madero is trying to hold the -national capital and this afternoon it was reported that his main desire now is to save the government records."
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General Felix Diaz. W9S f SSmtBUKM
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Ex.Presldent Diaz. . i5HSSSa3ai.
Foreigners Told by Government That It Can Give No Protection Anywhere in the Republic
I CITY OP MEXICJO. Feb. 12. In the foreign legations panic reigned,' especially after an anneal for protection by the foreign ministers brought
a reply that in no corner of Mexico could safety be guaranteed now. It is recognized that Madcro and his government have all they can do
to protect themselvs. The foreigners are generally armed, but the increasing frenzy of the men now struggling for the mastery makes safety
for anyone a very doubtful. problem.
Above, Gen. Felix, Diaz, who is startling the world
iwitfi dogged fighting and utter disregard of human life
land properjy. Below, his unc!e''The Man of Iron," whose
policies are exppcted to be fo Howed in the event of the
routing of the Maderists. '
Guns Rain Leaden Death From
Building Roofs-Destruction Rules
MEXICO CITY, 4 p. m. -(Special to Bisbee Review)
The" entire city is in the greatest turmoil, with ma
chine guns and smaller arms belching .forth their deadly
missiles from every quarter. On the tops of commanding"
buildings in the business center machine guns were
mounted, some bv federals and others by rebels. 4
At nine o'clock General Diaz led a fierce assault on
the national palace, the headquarters of President Made
ro and at noon ne was using his small artillery which was
making a showing of effectiveness.
In the fighting it is hard to determine who is who,
as many federals of yesterday are under the Diaz banner
today while some who proved disloyal in the beginning
of the trouble are now back with the followers of Madero.
At noon today the fighting was gbing on more deter
minedly than at any time sin ce the uprising on Sunday
For a time today it looked like totai destruction for
this ancient city and many yet "expect this as a final result.
Fire appeared in several parts of the "city but under
the present stress of excitement the fire departmnt is help
lss to do effective work. Many of the water mains were
bursted by exploding shells and the streets in places are
There was a slight cessa
tion in the roar of battle at
three o'clock, but it has! since
been resumed with seeming
Are on Way
I resent trip with the Judgment of aa
experienced oamixUiMer inarching
orders In reference; to" the "hike"
l'ujo committee claims t6 nave
nhurta Kfinu.-ln-r 11ml rfinnfl tf-ni-npr"
word brief, businesslike and to thef ot 'ixj6-()7 netted J100.O6O.WO to thodo
point. She made It clear to those wish'
ing to tnfce iart in the trip that ball
uresses, inonmg ciemes. etc.. wouia htvr mucn ,)roflt Jattor raade,
ijv urytuvui? uu uuij duu mak- uu
would bT permitted to takoJ
along more baggage than could bo
easily stowed away In an ordinary
suitcase. For the sake of uniformity
it was ordered that everyone of the
soldiers would have to wear a pll-
prlm cloak and hood and carry a knap-
eack and staff. The knapsack will be
large enough to hold one or two pairs
of extra woolen stockines. adhesive
j plaster, vaseline, absorbent cotton!
nd a few other things which
may be desirable and useful in cases
WASHINGTON. Feb. 12
THE DAY'S DEVELOP
MENTS IN ATTITUDE OF of e.neVency SiclV marcher wiFbe
UQ TflWAPn WWRQTl permiuea one metiiura size nag or
. O. XUI.1IVL i.CilV.CiOl I .. .- ,hloh will tin mrrlort nn it
REVOLUTION IN MEXI
First brigade, first "armyf
division, numbering 3,000
men resting on arms ready to
la pool and hopes to ascertain from,
examination of William Rockefeller
mittee also hopta to show that cor
ner was mado possiblo through abili
ty of Rockefeller and noorsj to j bor
row $50,000,000 from national banks.
It is further alleged that from March
until October, l')07, when', price of
Amalgamated was dropping; 'Jess thaa
1.000.000 iiounds of copper 'cames on
market, bu when bottom fell our 110,
OnO.000 pounds were suddenly dumped
on market -J ,. i
The Mutual Life Ihsuranccf fire. They also fired a higher
building was set ahre by a
ihell from rebel field gun.
'.Rebels at 9 o'clock- advanced
men ' thev directed
office buildings upon which
the federal machine guns and
riflemen were posted. A srjeli
tore a holein the:cabie' office.
Fashion Has Set The Seal
--wry- q Approval
On Pumps And Oxfords For
Spring And Summer
And never was there ore-
serjted a greater or more
charming variety than our
new Spring assortment of
Pumps and Oxfords now
ready fr your inspection.
. Practically every style,
shape and leather that your
exactinftaste could de-
mand js here and
All Favorite Leathers
$3.50 And $4.00
Beauty, daintiness, adapta
bility and ease of fit were
never better exemplifid than
in the ideal results in these
new, short vamp models. We
want you to see these fash
ionable Low .Shoes. You in
cur not the slightest obliga
tion in so doing. The favor
ite leathers are Gunmetal,
Black Vici, Patent Leather,
Tan Russia Calf, Champagne
Colored Kid, Gray Suede,
White NuBuck, etc., in Lace,
Blucher and Button styles,
priced at $330 and $4 a pair.
baggago wagon forming the packtraln
of the "army.
It Is expected that there will be
great doings in Washington on March
3, Uie day before the inauguration.
According to reports there v-."l be
Kjvcral thousand suffrage enthusiasts
from all varts of the cot-ntry gathered
, t in me uuuuuax uiium' uii uuu uv-
entrain On moments notice icaMon to take part In the sroat na
tional demount rat Ion and parads
plunced by the suffragists of the coun
try. The principal event ot a spectac
ul r nature will bo the big parade on
March 3, In which ton thousand suf
fragette? and sutTrogis-ts are expecten
of foreign legations should
At noon the Equitable Life Assurance Society build- thev become besieged.
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mg was on me unu us tuiai uesirutiiun uy, uu; uuv-un-trolled
The poorer classes present a pitiable sight, as women
and children crowd through the .streets, wringing their
hands, and wailing from grief as they cryoqt for hus
bands and fathers. Many hawe 6'e'n tramoled under the
feet of charging soldiers and killed J . "jji.
from Newport-News to board
transports tor Mexico.
2,500 marines from Atlan
tic fleet Drebared to sail for
Vm Pi-Mr nnd on tn rplipfl1" takS P31 0ne of tue 8Dcclal feat"
if . , .S ,re"" res will be a large body of p-.tticoatl
Constantinople dispatch "ays Turk
ish people are In such misery and
destitution as result of Vrar that they
are completely Indifferent f as to fato
of Adrlanople. The mo1 glamors for
Rnreau of corporations estimates
that 9,0 per cent ofiharvestqr, 75 per
cent of mowors and! 5$ Jer',cent ot
Wp.ier twine .nsed fn United . States
arc made by International 'Harvester
Ce. $3.4."03000 stock. It is declared,
wns issued to J. P. Morgan & Co., for
service and legal expenses irr organ
iiing giant corponitiou.
cavalrv under the leadership of Miss
Inez Milholland. Misa (Slays Hinckley
will impersonate Joan of Arc and will
bo mounted, in full armour, -upon a
by Random Fire
MEXICO CITY. Feb. 12.
Mrs. Holmes, an American,
was killed while the battle
was raging at 2 o'clock this
Both legs of another Amer-
nal shnntfrfc Kv irebell and
federal forces, f J rijljif occu
pied the same places as at
the beginning of fighting yes-
i terday. ,
Scores of Americans in line
of fire. ;
Shortly after noon Ameri
can Ambassador Wilson and
the German minister went to
the national .palace to de
mand from Madero that the
battle-cease immediately. Re
ported later that Madero or-
I dered a suspension of firing,
ican woman named Mrs. Grif
fith were shot off while she. but it did not entirely cease
was preparing dinner ar ner Madero savs he will not
yield in any case, but if Diaz
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the federal fire.
Battle began at 6:35 this
morning when the federals
re-opened the conflict with
light artillery fire. Action
soon became general, and all
artillery on both side was
brought into play.
Cannon hre was aug
persists in bombardment will
move the capitol.
MEXICO "CTTY. Feb. 12.
Three thousand rebel pris
oners were released during
the day and have been added
to the Diaz forces.
It is the general impres
mented with sweeping saivos S!0n here that the govern-
of machine guns, while the ment forces have lost much
infantry came into action advantage in ground with the
with rapid volleys. Individ- dav's fighting.
CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPED III ONCE,
HEAD GOLDS AND CATARRH VANISH
In One Minute Your Stuffy Nose
and' Head Clear, Sneezing and
Nose. Running Ceace, Dull " Head
Try "Kirs Cream Balm."
Get a small bottle anyway, jdst to
try it Apply a little in the nostrils
and Instantly your clogged noso and
stopped-up air passages-of the head
wUl opn: you will breathe freely;
dullness and headache disappear. Uy
morning! the catarrh, cold-ln-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone.
Knrt such misery now! Get the
small bottlo of "Ely's Cream Balm" at
any drug store. This sweet, frag
rant balm dissolves by the Uie heat
of the nostril; penetrates and heal3
the inflamed, head and throat; clears
the air passages; stops nasty dis
charges and a feeling of cleansing,
soothing -relief comes Immediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
for breath, with head staffed; nos
trils closed, hawking and blowing.
Catarrh or a cold, with its running
none, foul mucous dropping into the
throat, and raw dryness is distress
ing but truly needless.
Put your faithJust once in "Ely's
Cream Balm" and your cold or ca
tarrh will sure! disappear.- Ad iter
n J l Li : U4. i
rum uicauuuugius 111 oui-
tleship fleet steaming at top'
speeu iu lai.ij'K-u, aim vcia
Two others on Pacific side
sent to Mexican ports to af
ford refuge for Americans
and other foreigners.
Will Not Draw
Number of "Hikers" Who
Are to March to Capital
MARCH 3 WILT. SEE
List , Your Property With
M. C. HIGH . t
' REALjtSTAfE and RENTALS :,:'. -
Exceptional Facilities For Quick Service .
NEW YORK, Feb. 11. Feverish ac
tivity prevailed today at the headquar
ter? of the New York 'W.onian's suf
frage association. Hundreds of visit
ors had to 'be received and the tele
phone wires were kept hot answering
questions of those who desired infor
mation concerning the details of to
morrow's great event, the start of tho
petticoat brigade under the command
of "General" Kosalle Gardiner JJones,
for tho front, meaning Washington.
1. C, where the national struggle for
sulfrage wilt be Inaugurated with a
monster demonstration on-Ahe day bo
fore inauguration day.
.Tor many weeks th ""Bike" of the
New York and New Kngland contin
gent of the suffrage army from thlc
city to Washington, V. C, formed thti
ali-abiorbing subject of conversation
tn suffraga circles. It was believed
that In view of tho success o? the pil
grimage to Albany a short time ago,
a large number of suffrage enthusiasts
would fel encouraged to take part
in the march to the national capital.
bdt the enthusiasm of the suffragettes jj
had evldpntly been overestimated. Al-fl
though the start of the Now York con -8
tlngent tomorrow Is expected to draw
a large crowd of sympathetic or mew
ly cnrlous spectators to the Hudson
Terminal Station, on Fulton street
from whence the "blker" will start
upon their march at nine o'clock to
morrow morning. It U not probable
that the actual majcalng party will
number nior than a score of mom
bars. The marchers will probably be
escorted to Jersey City by a large
crcwd of sympathizers, but tho latter
are not likely to Venture beyond that
point and are expected to return to
New York, allowing the "hikers" to
continue their way southward unat
tended after that. Reports received
At the headquarters indicate, however,
that the narchcrs will be met and re
ceived by friends of their cause at
different points along their route and
Lthat at several Intermediate DOlntEi
Ismail raftlcs of pther marchers will,
fjoln thpm, 'o that? the 'pftticoafcrma
by the Un?o Jt reaches Washington
General' Rosalie Gardiner Jones '
who also commanded the "army"f
which invaded Alfcany a short time
agg, had gathered valuable expert J
nnce during tnat march, which -enabled
her to arrange all details of the
Point to Coffee
Last year the Government Ileallh Office, by authority
' o' ili$ DimVct of Columbia, !ssiiol an appeal to parents,
asking tbcm not to, allow their children to drink' coffee or
They noticed that the children who drank coffe were
nervous and didn't get along in their stHdlos, and were not
healthy looklns "
And those who did not drink coffeo or ta, were, ,s?
a rule, strong atnl vigorous and got along well tlntho4r
It isn't so much what Doc
Tors, Government, Nurses or '
the School Teachers of the " ,
Country are saying about ;
How Does Coffee Treat You?
Every optfe drinker w'hb fir afflicted with norvoKsnew, ,T
, sleoplwsnesa, heart IrrKntlon. indigestion, or biliousneas
(and mpst of them are) should consider that
A cup of coffee contains
dbout 2xi grains of caffeine
a poison. Hence the vari
ous troubles from coffee
is taking Um plaoe of eq . Sb thomfof Morals whre
Itealth is valued. .
This new food-d'rlH made o Prime 5fortfcra What
and the jofce of Sonthm-n Sugar Cano. tastes much IRte
hlsh-rrado Java but ta alMolHtoly pure and- free from
Requires NoBoiling ,
Place a spoonful of the powder in a cyp. ioup or boil- ;'(
;. Ing joiter.jStl.andVaild u(tnrmrid' cream lb lasU.anfl in-''
stitntly you-have'a dolljplniBl "Brink of clwrralng-iflavbr.' m
Grocers sell Iristalat rostm IS to Sft-cup Tin 3D;, 90
to 100-cop Tin SOc. ' - I . .
'There's a Reason" for POST UM
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