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The ITuerta administration
brings another state in line
also executes Zapatistas. Iron
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Weather Forecast -Arizona
lair today. Southern Califor
nia Fair today with light
frost this morning. '
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
DRNING, MARCH 1, 1913. NUMBER 38.
R AT CANANEA Af ANY TIME
BISBEE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1913.
ARMED CONFLICT MAY
f Maderistas Armed And In Fortified Position Federal Troops In Barracks Await Attack-'-Machine
CANANEA, Feb. 28 Opposing factions here verge!
on armed conflict In the
the barracks are "300 federals
Moreno, who are determined that, if there is to be a fight.j
the iMaderistas must make the first move. ,
The adherents of Madero are inflamed by the refus- J
al of the Sonora state congress to declare against the(
Huerta government and its action in ousting Gov. Mayto-j
rena and are arming themselves. I
Bill Passes House, lo Be Ef-.
feclivc Immediately if Con
curred in Transfer Men
to New Roll.
MUST HAVE WRITING
TO GET COMMISSION
Orange County Is Likely Un
der New Boundaries
Other News "f Happenings
PHOENIX, Feb. 2S. (Special)
The senate today passed the bill of
Senator Kinney's -providing tha
agreements for commissions to real
estate men and mine brokers shall,
to be effective, be In writing.
The house this morning heard argu
ments of residents of Mesa and vicin
ity for the new county of Oranfje. It
seems probable that the bill will be
amended not to Include Tempe and
vicinity and in that form will prob-t
ably pass the house. '
Th Hniiro amrnrirri and nIl nlnruUul r,f IIm am fOMi-ftll llin! I
an emergency bill a bill protiding for
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new registration, to begin today, and
ent tho same to the senate fcr its
concurrence to the amendments. XJn
di-r the tennn of the bill registrations
on the present register are trans
ferred to p. new "list, but women ar
ye the right p at onco enroll as
A new hoard of pharmacy law and
a bill Increasing "from five to ten
cents a head the live stock inspection
ice, also jKissed the house
NEWS HUREAU HISBEE REVIEW.
203 N. B. A. 11UILDING. PHOENIX,
Ariz., Feb. 28. As was anticipated a
the beginning of the session, the rev
rntte and taxation bills will stand ou:
jTomlncntly when the pre&ent legisla
ture has adjourned as the most im
Iiortant measures of the entire session
Twd bills are now being considered
by the finance committee of the sen
ate and the Tliys and means commit
tee of the house One is the general
revenue statute relating to the levy
and collection ot taxes, and the other,
the bill extending the po'ver of the
state tax commission and the state
board of equalization. These two bills
will be followed by a bill outlining a
law for the taxation of mines and
1 Ills for the taxation of private car
companies, telegraph and telephone
companies, and possibly a four mil!
tar on money.
On Important amendment already
siddpted by 1he commltf.e having
these bills in charce. provides for .1
blanket suit fcr collection of delln
cuent taxes In the place of individual
suits for each delinquent tax payer.
The amr ndraent will work a great sav
ing in the way of cost and court fee.
It was proposed by Senator Wood of
Yavapai county, who has taken a
prominent part of 'he framing or the
propose4 revenue law.
Senator Hughes of Pima county has
Introduced a bill in the state senate,
providing for appropriations for a
liiillding for agricultural education at
.t. I'nivorsitv of Arizona for the use
r.f the Arizona ASrucultural experl-i
ment staUon It also provides for the
maintenance and Improvement of. the
University farm and for extending
the equipment for Agricultural instruction-
It aUo carriea appropriation for
the 'experimental nations located at
I'rwcotU Snow-flake, and in the Sul
phur Sprlag valley. The bill aUo pro-Litt-c
r .1 eoatlnuatlou of the Mar
i.ic far a coatlQuatlon
tfcultiiral experiments now hems
rlfcd on at rhoenlr, Yuma, end Tempe,
closelv confined quarters oi
under command of Col.i
ISO TIDINGS FROM MICHIGAN GIRL IN
MADERO 'S FAMILY; FRIENDS ARE WORRIED
MT PLEASANT. Mich. Feb 20
i Special.) Friends and relatives ol
MiKsSybil Sulllv.in former Alt. Pleav
ant girl who for nearly two years has
been vmploied as governess in the
family of Francisco Aladero. deposed
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she has met with foul play
Miss Sullivan has been in tho habit i
writing to her parents, Mr. and!
b. Timothy Sullivan, every fewl
s, but no letters have come in
Mfjo, ui,v ..- vv.co u.i.v: wine i o..c rAj'irru uviinilk 1U 11CT USbUCIU
thro.. ol i u mmnr.xi dm thotiinno r.i ciimnii.,iin
girl has been Isolated, though no de7-
lnite tidings can be procured. The
rnr-nB nr nronnrinir n "flVd tho m.lt.l
ler up with the United States govern-1
aud for the encouragement of farmers
institutes, ami expense of operating
the agricultural demonstration trains. !
1 he total sum of the appropriations is
Representative Craig, of Cochise
county, who early In the session In
troduced a bill providing for the reg
ulation of the practice of dentistry
congratulated the house today on their
gocd judgment, when, it passed this
bill almost unanimously, out two mem
bers voted rgalnsL the measfra. Rep
resentatives Bradner ar.t. Helton.
The -Medical Bill.
The Christian Scientists who have
Leen w-atchlng the bill In the hojse
which is entitled ac .ict to regulate
the practice of medicine, have won
a victory In the public health commit
tee, which has reported tho b'll a
originally introduced, with au amend
ment meeting wih their approval.
The original bill would Save elimi
nated their operations in the suae,
but the amendment which if Adopted,
would make their work p3ihle reads
as fellows' "Nor shall this act be con
strued so as to discriminate against
ny particular school of medicine or
surgery or osteopathy or any other
system or mode of treating the Mck or
afflicted or to Interfere in any way
with the practice of religion, provided
that nothing herein shall be held to
apply to or regulate any kind of treat
ment by prayer."
The bill will now go before the
committee of the whole honse and jus: I
what the final outcome will be. ofl
courte wcvld be pure conjecture. If
the hill nasses the house. I sems like-
the bill passes tne nousc. i' sems Mite-"--""v fc.".. " .w.t. j....;,.
ly that it will succeed in the rcnate,rrora "P61 windows or died from ex-
for a bill similar In form rawed thePsar or InJur'es They were.
upper body at the list sepslon.
BODY OF MADERO REMOVED
AIEXICO CITY.. Feb. 28. The body
ot former President Aladero was tak
es today from to old home at Sau
car-Jpedro De Ixw Plnos
the cemetery here.
for Interment In
Fire arms were freely
and tonisht it is estimated that 450 Maderistas are under
in camp and at Pueblo Nueo, a supurb, is fan addi
tional force of 150, all well a rmed.
Fifty miners came from Pueblo Nuevo bef&re day
light this morning and asked the prefect for rifles and
Miss Sullivan Is a graduate of Uic
vtruiiiii .uriiiai college irore and a
popular society girl. Sh graduated '
with highest honors more than two
jears aio m' after traveline throueh
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...v DVMlll ,iu icai wcLill't; uu-
'luainted throih mutual friends -with
1 the Aladero family. Her relations with '
the Aladero family. Her relations with
the Madenx, havr been wCrrtnely'
pleasant and up to a few weeks ago
she expressed delight in her associa-
Miss Sullivan had completed plans to l'"ceed ,0 San Antonio to attend
lor a trip through Europe with thethe lmPortnt conference to be heiJ
M.lriprn -hilflr..i !..,( on tho IV. between the Mexican factions in tl!C
out of the rcvulotion th-; idea wah ,
given up. '
FIDE IN HOTEL
DEWEY KILLS 20
But Four Bodies Recovered ;
from Ruins of Smnll Oma -
hsi TTntAlrv Onn Tc Trar'v',st,' Proved. The new adminis-
e ,,, ' tratlon Is very popular with the bet-
Ot a Woman. Iter classes, who. though heretofore
DEATH LIST MAY GROW
OAIAHA, Neb. Feb. 28. A score of
bodies are believed to lie tonight be- Mexican ports and will remain there
neath the debrs of a fire which des-'for the present? the tension is so re
troyed the Dewey hotel here today dared that Admiral N.idger atjthprlz
Geaseles3 toil during the day and J ed today the resumption of routine
late Into the night of the firemen and drills and maneuvers with the hi?
other city employes failed HoPuncoiMfle!' on' Ouantanamo. which, for the.
!er the bodies of the guests of the
llttle hostelry who lost their lives, led fires in" readiness for Instant. -Je-
Estimates of the number of victims' parture for Alexlco.
which ran as high as 73. dwindled j The announcement of the wndi
during the day to as low as ten oridacy of Gen. Felix, piax. Tor the pres
eleven. but Indlrjtions tonight leave jidency as expected has excited some
the number at a score or pos3lbly interest here, as It Is felt it will ap
more persons who lost their lives, (ply the acid test to the existing
The register of the hotel, so far , -friendly compact between Diaz and
as is known, was lost in tho fire, and iluerta.
the .names ot those who died in the'
.7. . . .
names win -probaoiy never be known.
Tonight only,four todies or -victims
haVp b?n recovered These are
hose persons who either Jumped
i i -.,-.
CHARLES CUMMINGS, a barton
UNIDENTIFIED MAN whose nude
body was recovered before the inter
ior ot the building collapsed. ,
MRS . ALICE SONNEVUE, sister
of Airs. C.E: Wilklns. wife ot the
proprietor ot the hotel.
'.CR'ARLES BEVERLY, employed by
a local commtss'on firm.
displayed in the streets all day
three hundred have organized.
Washington Takes ffhat View
Relative to the Situation
in Mexico - Latter Is
, GOVERNMENT SHOWS
FAVORS TO HUERTANS
j Providing Opportunity- for
Conferences It ,1s Hoped
j Will Bring Factions Closer
. Together. ,
AWSUKVOTONJ Keb. 28. The r.d
ministration In two actions today evi
denced its belief In the stability of
the Huerta government, for the pres
ent nt least.
The first was in the issuance of
orders sent to military commanders
from California to Texas to release
all Mexican refugees captured on the
AnIcn side of the line.
This was done because these orl-
C-nnc-Tra -ntir tra fau tn tntnr-ni i"in
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" luuher W. ICSUnifll .13 reueig IU
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co"dut granted to Col. De'La Fuente
and th,e mem,,ers ot. Ih'8 P1' now
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somewhere in the lclnlty of Juarer
interests of general peace.
Confirmation of the first reports
of the killing of Emllio Aladero the
third, of the family to pay the ex
treme penalty is regarded as an
other move in the direction of peace,
' removing, as it does, a resourceful
'and implacable rebel leader.
From various quarters came re
j ports of the adhesion of rebel chief?
'to the new government Campo, one
of Orozco's ablest lieutenants; with
, 700 former rebels, entered Gomez
! Palacio today In accord w'th and
es, Hammiegs from Dur-
escorted by federal troops.
rango that the local situation his
hold'ng aloof from politics, have -de
termined to -co-operate with the pro
visional government to restore or-
Thouih six -warshlns are now at
hast week, has fceen kept nnden bank-
PUTTING IT ON PAPER now
COUGLAS, Feb. 28. "To arms,
( ioi M- slcaru, show JPiur pafiot-
, ism -.
peal -i 1
sn l 'our povder rar . the P-
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anotllis ni.iiea ine w.i.
doennun signed The En-
rorniinvEt, Stcuiid Volunteers of the
Nrt'tli." :elng cfculated today '.i
Nortiiern Sonota nnd along the Ainei
Icjii side of the l-order. H Is irei;m
ably of the deserters fnm he frd
era. tanks now encamped at Ca&eis
Springs, southeast ot 'Agua Pr.'eta.
CommuoicatloB baa been restored lie
low Douglas. The circular Is not tak
ammunition. The official inf
ammunition were kept in the
The Maderistas maintai
and jail tonight and the fed
detatchment of twenty-five m
old fortifications in the rear
v station commands all the pri
chief section of the city.
ADMITS SONORA STRIFEIREBUFF Ifl
Mexico City, However, Hop
Huerta Nevertheless De
bhown If Hand Is Forced Points to Foreign Consid
eration More Executions
MEXICO C1TYV Feb. 28. Condi
tions In the stite of Sonora, where
!the authorities bae refuged to ad
here to the new administration, are
admitted at the .National Palace to
n'ght to be serious. K is thought,
however! that no resort to arms will
be needed to bring the recalcitrants
General Gracia Hidalgo solved to
day at Aguas Calientes. the capital of
the state of the same name, a prob
lem which no one believed could he
settled except with the use of sold
iery. Albert Fuentes, the rebellious
governor of the state who had forti
fied himself In the palace and deiie-J
Gen. Hidalgo to remove him sur -en-
dered and Hidalgo took charge of he
state government. This gives the
provisional government one more
state and materially .strengthen its
Former Governor' 'Majorena, of
onont Is admitted lo ;be 1n- posses
sion of Agua Prieta. Nacozari and
Fronteras Gov Pesquiera. his sur
cessor and personal friend fortified
himself fu the government palace at
llt'rmoslllo and surrounded the bjild-
Ing with artillery
To suppress this
rebellion the governments only avail
able forces are a few regulars at ror
reon, but probably re-inforcements
will be sent from Guadalajara to M m
zanlllo, going from there by bo.it to
Guaymas The Investigation a'
court officials to determine th! re
sponsibility of killing ex-pre:deut
Aladero and Suarez resulted to-lay in
the arrest of Alarlano Luque, a minor
politician; who is charged with bein
leader of the party. Huerta belvcs
that the danger, of intervention has
"Friendly powers show commence
in us." said the president coiiay
"Ahey have expressed that Confi
dence through their representations
in th s capital and these representa
tives have explained to their coun
tries that they believed that the new
government would bring abdut an
early pacification of the country and
snpble all business enterprises to
mnducted along the road to prosperi
ty This the government -ifcvo oc-
"I repeat," said Huerta, "mat to
bring about pacification of the coun
try at this time, is the supreme neces
sity I shall use all measures provid
ed by law should It be absolutely
neccesary 1 shall use that power
granted under the suspension of guar
antees In certain places."
This measure gives to the govern-!
ment the right to summarily execuw
all persons found bearing arms or in
any manner aiding rebels or bandits,
v-r .win inn todav of five Zapatistas
leaders In the state of Alorelos served
to Indicate the sternness with which
tho jrnr-omment will deal with rebels,
but the burning of three more hacien- anfl o(t ,n Ventura tj,e police tlaim'to observe prescribed stringent regu
,ioa n.ir Cuern-ivaca. with loss Ot . ,u. ... ,,. ,,mii im ! .iii" inti,.n. o tn tho mndtict of business
half a million pesos. Is considered to
be an answering ceiit:u, . -o o
PEACE .PACT DECLARED.
. . m .to the tol.ee. declaring that memoers cord wlta tne conclusions preseniu
LAREDO. Feb. 2S-While no otIH f he attempted to kni him. to the committee by Samuel Unter
cinl announcement has been made. . j vtexander said, were ex-convlcta , mver, the counsel.
is understood that a peace pact ":.,,,,. .. charced with reci'l."g
prepared at a meeting at rnevo j-j
redo today of repreaentaMves of tne,
Alexlcan government anu n
r ..riniii rvniutionarr Tactions iui
northern Af exlco, which w.ll be sub
mitted to Pasqual Orozco. Jr., within
forty-eight hours, for his approval. It
Is said that every assurance of peace
will UeMrranged. The mo.t import
ant demand of the revolutionary lead
nc it van learned, was that the rain
inter cf Justice roust be acceptable to
.1 Faction, and Zl Abated th. verdict of murder in the first
itlthl!JucTttrxnlciZnbeU'0 was read. His face paled a
I m.lfercd Impartially and orderlHttle, the muscles ot his Jaw tighten
maintained Seve-al revolutionary
delegates expressed the opinion tha:
Rodolfo Reyes, sinister af Justice in
the Huerta cabinet would e accept
able to Orexco. Mexican Coasul An
toaW .Lezasa stated touight that
Naeve Laredo, as a port of entry.
woaW prefeably b re-opeticd in twenty-few
ormed them that all arms and
n a guard over the city hall
eral commander has placed a
en with a machine gun on the
of the Cananea club. This
ncipal approaches to the
es to Overcome It Pacifically
clares No Quarter Will Be
PORFIRIO DIAZ SENDS
AlEXICO CITY. Keb. 2?. Por-
flrio Diaz, exiled ex-president of
.Mexico, sent the follow lug mes- !
sage today to Huerta from
"The consideration thjt you
have shown me in my divorce
ment from public life la of In-
estimable satisfaction. Even
more so Is the delicate manner
and Kindly words in which you
4 have been ploased to advise me
of your elevation to tho presiden-
cv Accept this as an assurance
of mj deepest gratitude and as
the hone that jou may brin to
the people the realuatlon that
onlj in the snadew of oeace can
our country proper, oe nappy anu v
HUERTA DELEGATES ARRIVE-
Revolutionists Declare That Orczco's-
Sanction Mut Be Had
EAKEDO Feb. 2S Peace delegateb
representing Huerta and s.ome of the
North Mexico revolutionists met at
Nuevo I.aredo today The govern
ment envoys announced that the rev
olutions had agreed to recognize Hu
erli. The revolutionists denied thU
and said that Orozco must officially
assent to any arrangement. The gov
ernment envoys are expected to go
to El Paso to see Orozco. It is ssid
that Sonora, Nuevo Leon Coahulla
and TUmaulipas were represented at
American consuls in Northern Atev
ico received telegram' cd " f om
Secretary' Knon InFtn"-'''-- tiicM -
assure the rebels that they niav at
tend the conference without fear of
arrest by Untied States authorities.
GARMENT STRIKE OFF
Manufacturers Terms, Including Lib
eral Grants, Accepted
NEW YORK. Feb. 28. The Gar
ment workers strlket In progress
here since early January, Involving
a its height 130,000 or more workers,
was offlc'ally declared on tonight.
The workers accepted the maniifac
ti.rfeta terms, which included a raise
in pay and the revision of certain , Chairman Pujo and six otner uenio
wcrV'iis conditions together with ar- erratic members of the committee,
bilration as to hours and the open found that a money trust exists, ac
shop principle. , cording- to their understanding of the
' term. This report names as the
GANG ROUNDED UP j "mostracte members in bringing
' about a money and credit trust, J. P.
Los Angeles Pol'ce, With Arrest of , Alorgan and Co, I-ee Higginson and
Seven, Be'leve Thefts Will Stop Co, and Kidder Peabody and Co., of
1IJo'o2'' To bills accompanied the
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2S, wiin
.. , ,, . . n-flii
V,at"d,d a wholesale. business In gro-
ohu -in Honors throughout i"oi.th-,for
ern California. S C Alexatiuir a , their officers and the clearing hoaso
Log Angeles grocer, whose p!ac was; associations to which they belong,
rafded nade a confession. acrJ'rJ:Thls report Is substantially in ac-
t EOOd,, The gang is illcse.l lo
"exchange" where goods
DORR GUILTY OF MURDER
SALEA1 Afass, Feb. 28. William
A. Dorr of Stockton. Cal, was found
guilty of the murder of George E.
Alarsh of Lynn.
Dorr exhibited little emotion wnen
ed a little and his hands gnppea me
rail In front of the prisoner's cage.
-s.it ii. roenvcred In a moment and
sat down quleUy.
Under the law sentence cannot be
pronounced for 20 dayi within which
time tha attorneys for -the defence
are privileged to file exceptions.
The Jury was out about two hours,
Gun Covers Town
CONFERENCE DATES NOT SET
EI PASO, Feb 2S. A conference
between northern rebel leaders and
delegate from tho Iluerta govern
ment at Alexico City has been called
at San Antonio. Texas.
The dates of the conferences have
not yet been set but It is expected
that they will be soon.
Webb Law Passed Over His
Veto, Prohibits the Ship
meiit of Liquor into Dry
HELD THE MEASURE.
.Neither HoUSO in Mood for
Delay. Both Rushing to
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. The
"Wetib liquor bill, prohibiting the
shipment of liquor Into dry states,
was repassed toady In the senate ov
er Taft'j veto.""TlthIn two hours from
the tiaie the president's message of
disipproval had been laid before
A short debate. In which it was
advocated that the bill be voted
ilnnn on motion to postpone action
rjtil tomorrow and in which was re
affirmed fcel'ef that the measure v.-as
constitutional, ended with re-passage
jlj vote or C3 to 21.
The Webb bill passed both houses
'of congress and went to the president
ten days ago. His veto on the mes
sage reached the senate about o'
clock today, accompanied ly an opin
ion from, Attorney General Wicko
sh?m. nas,"ng his decision upon the
attorney general's findings the pres
ident expressed the belief that the
measure was clearly unconstitmio.ul
because it gave the states the right
to interfere with interstate com
merce. The senate took up the bill
Three divergent reports were pre
sented today to the house by mem
bers of the committee which has con
ducted the money trust Investigation.
The majority reportu signed by
report, one fornioamg me use oi me
maiio in sinot exchancea which fall
and the other prescribes rigid rules
tho- conduct of iNational banks.
Two battleships were voted into
the naral appropriation hill by the
eenate tonight after a short dlscas-
. he Wc
sion on the provision adopted V
the Jioose In limiting the building
program to one battleship. The
two battleship amendment offered ny
the naral committee of the senate
was adopted 56. to 1G.
NEW YOP.K. Feb. 28. The publi
cation today of a statement that the
Ilritlsh government proposed the ar
bltratioa ot the canal question In a
note to the state department coupled
with comment by the liritish press
on dispatches to London newspapers
, nurnortlnir to renresent AVoodmw
j Wilson as against free tolls "brought
no definite statement from 'TWllsoir.
j The president-elect declined So make
aBT comment teyond'a denial of .be
JpublUried report crediting him with
'finalitj on the cfuestion.
f the ty'
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