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Increase of three million in
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-B1SBEE ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1913
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Madero Pleased With Note Sent by Tatt Declares Confidence in Face of Waning Spirit Shown by His Troops
Pinal Plans for Dissolution
of Harriman Merger Are
Taken Up by Omcials at;
ORDERED OUT FOR TROPICS
CHARLESTON S. C., Feb. 17
Under orders received at
Charleston Navy Yarri this eve-
i ing 100 marines a:led on rans-
Port Pr;rle. for Nil.k. Th;
order r-quired tne r.ie ta rro-
M'K r- -arjed for foreiji troclcal
4 shore ervice.
CALLED FROM KANSAS
LEAVENWORTH. Kan. Feb.
17. Tne oroers from tne war oe-.
partment were received at Fort
Leavenwoith -today directing
that the company corps of en
gineers of the company D Signal
corps and- field ambulance . cf
Company No. 3 prepare for as
i WILL USE BOMBS
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 17
Federals are preparing tonight
. to use dynam'te bombs In an as-
sault on the D'az positions. The
sustained attack this afternoon
by the federals against the Y.
M. C. A. building was repulsed
4 by the rebel8.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 17.
"We are certain to control the
Situation w'thln a short time.
Madero 's determ.ned and the
people are with him," read a Pri- '
vate dispatch to a Washington
fr'end tonight from Juan ban.. '
chez Azeona, pr'vate secretary
BERLIN, Feb. 17. The Na- 4
tional L"trals announced today
that they will interrogate gov- 4
ernment in the relchstag as to
what, measures the imperial chan
cellor Is taking for the" protection
of German citizens in Mexico. 4
AIo they will demand early ac-
JAIL SENTENCE FOR
CASH REGISTER HEAD
President of National Com
pany Together with Twenty-Eight
FOREIGNERS ARE ALL SAF
Removed from Danger ZoneYet Another l.s Killed
Fierce Fighting ResumedScavengers Gather and
Burn Dead Diaz Plentifully Supplied in Arsenal.
MCYirn PITV V1v PoK 17 MnrWn rftr:ived to-
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Jay a reply from Taft to a telegram protesting against
intervention in which Taft assured him that the reports
that it was the intenion of th? U. S government to land
forces in Mexico were inaccurate.
"I never expected anything less than this," comment
ed Madero on reading Taft's message. "1 regard it as
satisfactory and friendly."
Fighting continued throughout the day "but the fed
eral guns were ineffective in dislodging the rebels from
their entrenched and fortified positions.
Furthermore, the federals did not show the same ag
gressiveness that characterized their action in the early,
days of the battle. This, it Is believed, is due to the fact
that they realize that for the present the government
r,iivc in nnt riF sufficient srrenpth to defeat the rebels.
Gen. Huerta announced, however that' he expected
soon to begin a flanking movement in which bombs
would be used at short range. Blanquet and his men are
loyal to tne government auu iney win ue pjuvcu. nium-
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In carrying out the order of the Vnlt
1 States stiprcmo court for the its
solntion of tho Harriman railroads,
the Central Pacific. S. P, and S. V
company joined In an application to-day
to the state railroad commission
etl ttf mandat,enofthenco"rtl.nand of the ieryes t the, national palace..Madgro ap
v ii h.i ' ' noiroH Mnoiiini vesterdav and todav orThe ultimate SUC-
wbiio a complete separation f(Cess 0f the federal army.- He declared that he was op
JK5cinliito ot iaSltimistic regarding the outlook and that he had been bf
as mapped out hv officials cam fo fered support of all kinds. In his opinion, Zapata, me
fJctanrfVan'amenl'asTo ,he; guerrilla leader, is not a supporter of Diaz in the present
use of other sections. i movement
0lSKe Lece'-toaTofi' Nearly all non-combatants have moved out of the
tho iiarriman system, arrived today. j reai danger zone. Breadand cornmeal are abundant
XXleTlll UMTSE-in the capital and are being distributed
mission. Wth him are Cerritt Port.
of omaha. tnifffc manager or the , MEXICO CITY, (By courier to Vera Cruz) Feb. 1.
EWTS; thenrApM";'-Gen. Mondragon. in charge of military operations for
charge of traffic and Thomas Price , Qen rjaz, on Sunday morning was confident 01 success
asslsunt secretan- of that company. , revojutionary movement.
ciNCixNATj. o.. Feb it Presi-j Seen at the arsenal he had no hesitancv in conduct
ffiiJchHRSrS.DJ7:iing an Associated Press correspondent about the place.
ni,in ... onii.nrp.l todav to serelrt,o oconol onnpnrcii tn hav ciirtfrprl little from tile ted-
ono year In the county jail at Troy.' .
Ohio, an ia a fine of $3000 in iola- enU guns.
tion of tho Sherman anti-trust uw. Shells had penertated the southern wing or the build
SSSullng. causing some destruction within, but, it was said, and
sentences varyinK from three month jne reDorts from the commanders appeared to bear out
!Ceroantdhe'pr;esetIor ,0 wthe assertion, the number of dead and wounded within
The sentences were pronounced 1 jn fortress was leSS than 10,') all told.
lJZ'iuX'VA The commissary department was well stocks with
their business methods which he de-! provisions and the paymasters department was shown to
SE JSKtoTUS. an.aden" , be provided with funds. The men are receiving two pesos
timateiy without a violation of the a jjav and are said to be contented and in good spirits.
,aFoiioinS a notice of appeal to the1 Gen. Mondragon gave out the information that Diaz
e-rcuit court o appeals, the bond, or jg received offers of money in substantial quantities
wiceTrmeramolf She from persons in the United States. Forty men of Gen
other bonds were left at $5000 each. Blanauet's division, it was asserted at the arsenal, joined
joaquin miller dead j Diaz Saturday night. Some officers accompanied them.
I More deserters from the federal lines enter the rebel posi-
K'ndly 'KJ forTwVrYea"'d BM"jtions everv day. Mondragon attributd the few casualties
'in the rebel ranks to the poor aim of the gdvernment ar-
'joffiaS''pS'tHIerymen. Most of the federal shells, he said, passed
rascTed at his home m the pied- ujgh over his position, often falling in the federal ranks
mont oothllls at .1 o'clock this after-, & .
n-Kn. Hts wife and his daufihter, beyond. .,, ,n -. i c u i-
juamta were with Kim. He has .en MEXICO CITY. (By courier to Vera Cruz) Feb. 1.
In failing health for two years sw. , . . . . , . th nrtrin:tr.PA the host ltieS
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tliat DroKe tne armisuce ouuaay. wperuiiuua -- -sumed
without warning when the rebels fired upon fed
erals who were seeking to advance the lines upon the
,c c-.a nt thA fltp.nal. Th mnvrment was observed
jby outposts and the word was passed by Captain Delga-
P,vo.RBcD.U8n' blow t do. commander of the rebel west wing. He at once gave
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v orders to cnecx xne auvant-c. rinng m mi w-"'' m"""1
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Terror reli in Mesico Cilj. n
federals and rebels, battle for mas
ery. Americans liavu Mueh rJaB
In the CnlloJ sHat-e mbHS
the representative ef otlivr nHor
have -gunselej IM'Jr cuuntrinen t.
lzed volunteer Bur-rdu fur the iir.it.
t'on of the emhasslrs.
Ocnerat Huerta and General -Atip.-!-e
ore the Madrro csmnuinli r
General Diaz, a nttihriv at th f-ir
er prtslJent nf Mrxiro U
the rebel forcn
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Likewise Independence for
the Philippines - Arizona
Senate Takes Stand on
IACK OP EFFICIENT
LAND LAWS SCORED
Taft Preparations for Intervention Continued, But Tells
Mexico Action Will Be Taken on Only Direct Provo
cationFurther Precautionary Measures to Protect
Foreigners in Mexico.
es becan storming the
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Alleged State Has Lost
Much - Queer Work Is
Intimated - Christian Sci
PHOENIX. Feb. 17. (Special )
Memorials to congress advocating la
deiendence for the Phtllipines and
go ernment ownership of railroads,
telegraph and telephones, was oted
down In the state senate today by a
tote of 8 to 10. 4g,t
Chastlan scientists from all ,qer
iiic d,a,A imnD-irMl )Mfnrp the holism
complttee on public health today tii
ti...iat iii-uiiit thp nraoiisoJ t&W"
(which would prohibit the pffcctlco of
uorslev. author of the ownership
, bill talked nearl an hour, his re
I marks fct, ng frequently applauded.
the first real expression rrom inc sa
lenes since the session convene!
C)iK)S.tion to the Pima county sen
ator was led by Wood, of Yavapai,
and Weasel, of Yuma, who tool as
ho lmQi-i nt Mi nrcument the situa-
tion at present in -the reclamation
1 service and the dealings of that
t ranch of the government with the
armers of the unia ami an Kiver
' alleys Hy a vote of 10 to S the.
sc:.dte went on record in opposition
to the memorial but It Is said the
light is not jet ended.
s as anticipated tee state policy
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1, Two thou
sand marines of the various barrack'
along the tlantic coast were or
dered to Cuba to be held In read
qcmi for nossiblc use in Mexico Ha'r
of them leave tomorrow night from
Philadelphia on the army transport
Meade. The second thousand start
rrom Norfolk ou the naval transport
Prairie, which will probably clear
Tho marines will be drawn from
the barracks at Norfolk, Washington.
Philadelphia, New York. Portsmouth,
llosion and Charleston. Guantanamo
is at present their objective point.
Ihey will be established In camp in
connection with the fleet under com.
mand of Rear Admiral Rasger.
Whether these men will get father
than Guantanamo will depend on tht
Tin. mnrtnf. hrlffadp wiil be Com-
m,niieii hv rvl T.fnrnln Karmanv. of
thi first reglmenL by Col. George Har
nett or pnuatleipnia. wun Laeui. tin
Jolm A La Jeune, of New York. iec-
A . . tplpffrn-n rpcp.c' " ' lo V
dav from .Vexito Ci.y, but no
was uneunstfous since ThursdaT
wan nearly 0.
Charles W. Morse expects to re
turn to Ihe I'nlted 'Statoc by the mid
die of March.
El Paso, Teb. 17 Rebel fore- (concerning publ.c lands or rather, as
oenaior uavis put. n, a. iaki ui iwj,
i as again up for discussion In con
.ectlon with the Hughes bill to sell
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. Jav from .;exif o ll.J, out no v a small iraci oi siaie laim m in
ment. sailing from Norfolk, by Col. , confirmation can te secured of 'Cair.ege laboratory mur Tucion. It
Joseph H Pendleton. ho was active, this jwas during the debate on this bill
in the recent activity o' Amer.caiilO PORTSMOUTH N. H Feb.l . that Senator Hughes made reference
une nunuruci anu ii.ij . - w ... "c w.i.u - - .-
all available men In the local na- , tactics on tho part or certain of his
O vy ard leave tonight for Phila- colleagues who were opposing the
delphla The orders were re- passage of the bill and who were
celved this afternoon. making an effort to have it recomrn t-
' teed to the judiciary committee. Sen-
- :ator tuniii ana senator nooeris, who
marines in Nicaraugua. Lieut Geo
il Lone who was also in Nicaragua,
will be second in command.
The withdrawal cf the large num
ber of marines means, (t Is said, that
that branch of the defensive service
of the country will Drobablv bu
obliged to go entirely unrepresented
.n the Inaugural parade, fait m
ilalnly worried 1)7 the fact that al-i
j. .. . .,!,.., ... ti, i were strong in opposition to the mrus
ard m.leistand the cond tions in the . .
southern republic in a few weeKs or a ; friH. r th hill evl.
it al-ifew months. He Is of the opinion It ,. ,. ,., jiff.,iv ,v,.v ,u,rw
though he has onlj seventeen more will take at least six months for w,-1 1ose &aS by a ote ot 9 lo 9 it was
days to serve as president the situa-JEon and his cabinet to grasp tne iif- hed (q thp commlttce of tne who!e.
tion in .Mexico shows little sign oi'tais or me miuuui. ...-- On account ot tho t e, no report could
- a t . t .1 V,n trnnna nnd nfl 1 1 1(S 11111 ......
that he realized what a difficult thine
1. . lit tA ?n.a ,Kn ..an. fkllmtnlaltltnll
JOlin A a Jeune, Ol few iuia. rcvilt will uv IWI ic c. auiuuu.n m.iwm
ond In command, and the second regl- to pather up the reins of government
lmfmnlnir lpf!a trnnblesorr.e The nre'i
Ident has no desire to leave for Wil
son the settlement of tiiU count ry'n
n-lations tc Mexico, but he Is decid
edly opposea to taK.ng measures uim- ""- -- -- , ",.,i- i
Jl-unless the extreme - t-o - "2
l.y tne wuoiesa.e muroer o. m-- ,v-. .- nff- he wlI1 not nea!
cans should drtvc him to w -' ,,, , v,nn. that he
The president told frends today, - Clni 'then leae
:sl he realized what a difficult thing.." "" ,j. jL i,.,i.
nmi rt thp tronns and
movements tint be and his cabinet
have accjaired. in two years of close
study ot the condition that never has
mim1 tn nnfmnt them. He in-
, RBNO. Nev Fe".
jl. .i.h i.lno.- in the state senate
at Carson City today when the
Ilartws amendment, providing
for a one year res dence as a
i.rr nxiulslto to an npplica-
tion for a legal separation, wai
passed by a vote of 20 to 1.
The meisure known as tin
Hamea bill, received the appro"-.
al of Governor Oddle and has al-
ready passed the assembly To-
day's Tote wat a wirprtse to
supporters of the bill as well as
i'ts opponent. Oddie annouac
ed tonight that lie would sl
.. .k nil 9i seen as It rVaehed nl3
orders to check the advance. Ffring in this section quicK
r'eceTva X Aj provoked a return fire frQm tire federal position and
witnm ten minures inc uig uns ui uum i"-w -
action as fiercely as at any period in the battle.
Immense water mains lying ready for installation are
said to have been used as a tunnel by the government
soldiers to approach tne enemy's lines. The American
ambassador and other foreign diplomatic representatives
had received assurances earlier in the day that the armis
tice would be extended until 8 o'clock Monday night as
the retreat of foreigners from the line of fire had not
Accurate approximation of the number of dead and
wounded in the eight days' fighting is impossible. Gov
ernment army officers admit 350 killed and 400 severely
wounded on the federal side. The Diaz adherents ac
knowledge the loss of 80 kill cd and 100 wounded. The
I 1 C .L. TO ..-c- rnrtafir nocr lAOCIkn afrtmnr
amouiance Ol me icu uuj 5w"J " "" n-...r (stood throughout tne nmea aiaiei
ing to remove the dead devo ting its entire attention tothelngenrobeanmaghn1nee,r
TU. A 0, A nn Kroner ant hprpd hv the citv's Street
cleaning department wagons and then burned. From va
rious sources it is estimated that, owing to promiscuous
firing of cannon, there has been great loss of life among
r""!r. MnnArirrnn coir? tfinf nAflfP IS MrnpStlv desired
by Diaz, but only on the condition that Madero, Jose
Pino Suarez, the vice president and tne entire caoiner re-hope of ,nducIn contents' to drop
linauish their posts. It is reported that Gen. Rafael Da-;their temporary quarrel with ibrsov
villo and Major Lopez Figuero, two federal officers, eSTrSaI&i-Sulotlc
!.... Un .,..ta.A Ur ritr Thif rhlc flrp nHvanciflcr For this reason the state depart-
UilVC UCCIl CAU1WU w -i. w .iw .- .- ;, - -- .... . -..
nA onnor tv K nfittno tJlr hpttrf nf the RphtinP
An American named Gibbons was wounded while
crossing, the street near the embassy this afternoon. The
fighting is Tiflavy cfl'd the opFati6ns are of a serious
h n. -nracMnt onA i.n InpTnprlenC
4 lie- i.....v. -- w -
ed administration to struggle w.th the
Night sessions of the cabinet to
consiaer aaie upvpiuiiiHtruta uum v
'ico will probably not be held In the
future Several of the presidents
cabinet suggested to him today that
these meetings might be misunder-
stnmf throuchout the Vnlted States
Today further -precautionary meas
ures were taken to safeguard the
lives and property of Americans in
Mexico so far as could be done, w th
out actually dispatching a military
I force The problem has been great
ly complicated by the act ot ice m-
Horn mronnnnnt nnssihlv without the
actual direction of Madero. In send
ing broadcast through Mexico the
news hat armed intervention by
America was about to occur, in the
lio n"rp.l tn It vrns durinc this de
bate that statement was made that,
fry teason of failure on the pan of
tne state to enact a uasineso iiuv at
tho list session treating with state
lands, hundreds ot tnousanas ot uoi-
lora hot a 4uwn lfldt Ti tnV IKlVCf.
(through Inability to collect during the
Mast twelve months eartfngs from
In the house by a vote of 20 to 12
a 1U creating Hunt county wtis
agreed W and ordered enrolled fnr
.NEWS IIURBAIT Blsbee Review.
Room 203 X. Ii. A. Bldg.. Pnoen'.x,
Arizona. Feb. 17. To aet as o com
mission for the purpose of outlining
legislation and urging the enaetmest
of the same for the conservation ot
the natural water resources of Ari
zona, Governor Hunt bag namd
Harry Welsh, of Phoenix; Earl It.
Smith of Yuma; Malcolm A. Fras-r
ot Prescott; B. P. Grindell of Dens
las, R C. Sanflev, of Parker; al
J. E. Brown, State senator frH
(Cntlnued on Pa?c 2) "
ment was obliged late today to cable
inrt lAl-ranh directlv to all Ameri
can consular offices who could be
reached an unequivocal denial of any
Intention, on the part of tho United
tstates to send troops -nto .Mexico or
(Continued on Paso 2
KILLS INSANE MAN
GLOBK. Aflz,, Feb. 17 Caas.
Wills, chairman of the Pinal
county fcoarJ of supervisors shot
and k'lled Charles Gentsch. ac-
V cording to advices from Ray.
Ariz, tonight, wuis, it is said
bad been asleep in his home
when Gentsch broke down the
door and attacked Wills w.th a
heavv cane. Grntsch Is thnncht
to huve en insane.