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EE DAILY REVIEW
Settlement of Balkan sit
uation, now conceded, con
sidered to assure heavy Eu
ropean buying of copper.
ed presence on the job
earnest at Washington.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
BISBEE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1913
giBtANTOUR MAY BE -0?HE
? State Yesterday Gave Flat Ultimatum to Keep Troops Out or Fight, Pending Recognition
hWT - i5
I y . 1
r r - r d
Jurt!i , e Miimituiiit
Who has latelv been ssoken of as a
candidate In opposition to Fellz Diarj
who might mere readily bring the
i tactions in Mexico together. I
Legislature Puts Responsi
bility of Licensing Vice
Upon the Localities That
DECISION IN JUSTICE
CASES NEXT WEEK,
New Bill Provides for Sale
of Lands Given Slate Un
der the Enabling Act -Age
HHOENtX. Miirch. .-.. (Spec all
TtcpresenlJitKe -jRarker startled the
house this afternoon by declaring
that a plot was being worked out by
certain members of the house to side
track the consideration of hills to Ji
vlde Maricopa county and change the
iunuanes oi una cuuuiy.
He was angered because the house
decided to take up the consideration
of the penal 'code. In the place of
the county hills and whether he was
right, or not in his statement the code
was gUen the right of way. Under
that iart of the code, as agreed o
the age of consent Is fixed at 17 yejrs
and the age or a dependent person
Is made 21 years.
A section was agreed to after con
siderable debate authorizing city
councils to create restricted distr'cjs
and pass laws for the regulation of
the social ewl. As one member put
It the legislature did not legalize
such'mit took a step towards locallz-
TteTtfre adjournment the house
agreed to a resolution for a legisla
tive investigation of the water condi
tions at oFrt Grant. There Is oppo
sition to the investigation, however.
In the senate.
The senate passed and sent to the
house the three cent fare bill which
had Incorporated in It the Sim s
amendment granting power to- he
corporation comm.sslon to holO 1 P
the operation of the law on certa.n
showinss'.by llroad companies but
no j.- Tin new bills
"erlntroduced, one by Hughes pro-
Iding for the paymem -""'""
or UAor on highways and the other
or Davis, providing for the sale of
lands conveyed to the state In gran.,
made in the enabling act.
In response to tnir.es the Review
inquired Into the Justice precinct
'"' . ... --j wa. nscerta n otn-
as c - --r'r us
the supreme coun i "
NEWS BUREAU BI8BEB REVIEW.
ShoKs'IK Art. March .-Based on
PHOHJsia.. J"- . 0.rrt,n- to the
a coiMMUon w. -- -vj-.-.- -
state !"-',,,; issued a
the raiiR ----- ,,,,, d forbid-
Teleeranhic advices gathered .bv the Review since
, midnight in Sonora indicate that Maderistas are assemb
, ling at Hermosillo to back up -'declaration of the con
j gress of the state, which yesterday announced to the
! Huerta government that it will nor recognize its authority
I until foreign powers have done so and meantime will
i meet any attempt at force w ith armed resistance.
There is no threat of trouble at Caifanea. Nacozari
or anywhere on the border or in the state involving Amer
icans. About 200 Maderistas have disappeared from
Cananea in the last 24 hours and are believed on the
way to Hermosillo. From other parts of the state Ma
deristas are on their way to the capital. Wires ure being
cut by these and railroad bridges destroyed to hamper
the approach of Huerta troops.
The movement appears throughout to be one of pa
triotic Mexican citizens in Sonora who believe thev are
taking right steps in declining to take further chances
ALBERTO MADERO, DNCLE OK MEXICO'S
SLAIN EX-PRESIDENT, MAY BE KILLED i
Senor and Senora Albert Madero.
According to reports from Chihuahua. Mexico, Alberto Madero, uncla
of the slain ex-president, is In prison there and In Imminent peril of the
fate of his nephew. His wife has begged the authorities to show her hus
band mercy, but her pleadings hare been met with sneers. p
In the order is all of th land Ivin,
south of what Is known t the Drift
fence In the southeastern part of Co
chise county and extending scuth to
the International line and cast to thp
Arizona-New Mexico line The quar
antine runs for an Indefinite period,
until conditions are bettered.
New Livestock Rates
The Arizona corporation commis. '
8.I011 today issued an order the result
of a hearing begun on the 10th ot las: '
January in the matter of rates ap-
plying on live stock In car load lots
between all polnti. within the slat)
thus taking in all railroad companies '
According to the terms of the order a
general reduction in live stock rates
will be effected beginning April 15th. (
JJy way ot illustration the rate oai
horses frcm Phoenix to Douglas it.)
SO feet car shipment will be $9$.30 kiffeel and several Mrderirns probab
as against an old rate of I1M0., klIed or y,oandfd ..va, the tcil of
From Phoenix to Tucoti $o9...0 as I ' t . t
against an old rate of J73.S0. On cat- Da"le oexveen peace envoys on
tie shipments carload Phoenix tohhtIr way to Mexico City, v.here the
Douglas $r10 as against aa old rate' ""erta rebel peace convenes is to
of $CB.r.O and Phoenix to Tucson $33. be held' and Maderistas, who attacked
as against $43.50. Between Douglas t,,e envoys on the train at Santa Rc
nnd H?!Hrook the old rate was ?I5-'.30 :a,IS' Chihuahua, yesterday,
and the new rate ordered will be1 The rebels, apparently ccnfo:ilng
99.50. Between Ash Fork and Tucwin the town, charged the sp-clal train
J.-.&.50 as against old rato $116. and bringing the teace delegates. The
between Phoenix and Blsbee $50.50 Ias.eniers returned the fire through
against the old rate of $87.50. Other the coach windows. The train re
strte rates were reduced in proportion.' turned to 1 Paso.
Cattls shippers at the hearing and Among these on board was Dr. A.
when testimony was taken were rep- r Allen Tupper. American vice presi
resented by T. W- Tomlinson vho ' tlent of the international peace forum,
represented the American National! AMNESTY OFFERED
Live Stock association as 'veil as tha
Arizona Cattle and Sheep assocla-' 5H3XICO CITY. March 5. An am
.i . Inetv measure. nreDared bv oenexal
New House Bills
Three new bills were introduceil in
the house today. Two were proposed
bv ReDresentative Duncan of Cochlsoi
county by requesL One of tnese meas-1
nrea provides that heads of state de -
partments and clerks in state aeparv
menu shall have a half bolldar on
Saturdays when in the Judgment of
the head the wcrk will so justify. The
second bill jirov;des that Arizona be
represented at the military tourna
ment to be held at the San Francisco
Fair with two companies of the state
militia. According to the terms of the
bill it Is left to the Governor to de
cide If such representation Is advis
able The third hcufce bill came irom
Representative Babbitt, of Maricopa
i county and create the omce oi
. ..... Ar nnaflM vrhr. Is to
state mictiu u. ..,....- T;
receive a eaUry of $1000 a year. He
is also authorized to appoint ftwr dep
uties whose duty it Is to prevent as
far as possible foul brood among bees.
The measure is urged by the Mar
icopa County "Bee Keepers pssocjatlon.
Last year the members of this asso-
Arn7ro onrl Other Conferees '
Enroute to Mexico
Obliged to Return
EL PASO, March ?. One federal
J Blanquet, atsoling all political of-
j fend;r4 received the approval of
congress today. The measure ln-
eludes all persons now under arms
against administration or in other
1 manner fomenUng revolution, provld-
us they put themselves in accord
with the government within 15 days.
yhis j3 the same measure of c.lem-
ency so often offered by Madero'a ad
ministration without result ill is Wn
erally belieVed It wllf find more ac
ceptances how,' backed by the war
methods of Huerta.
ZAPATA TQ OFFER TERMS v
MEXICO CITY, March 5. Emlllno
(Zapata asked the government today
for safe escort to. the capital for
Francisco Montana, his 'secretary.
elation shipped cloae to one hundred
cars of honey all of which was bough
br one. firm. Tho purcha'ser was the
National Biscuit company and" the
boney it Is said went Into ringer snap
with possibly temporary governments, seeking perma
nent conditions of peace with whichthey are anxious
to sncin tc
ISSUE OF THE HERMOSILLO DEFl
' HERMOSILLO, March
provisional national government was made officially here
todav at a special meeting of the Sonora state congress,
which also issued a general call to arms to all people in
the state to prevent intrusion of Huerta soldiers.
"An attempt to bring government troops into So
nora will be resented." said a message sent 'by the, state
authorities here to the party in power at Mexioc City.
Provisional Governor Pasquiera issued an announce
ment declaring: "I am nreDared to defend the state with
He was appointed chief executive of the senate
when oGvernor.Maytorena, now a refuge in Arizona, was
ousted. Cannon has been placed around the city and en
trenchments are being dug.
! who desires to present Peace term"
TJie escort will te furnisbea and is
SAX ANTONIO -March 5. Era 1
and Kadul Madero. brothers of Fran
Cisco Madero. reported head half a
dozen times, reached Jiere after a COO
, mile ride fiom Torreon to the border
crossing at .Marathon.
RESCUED l:nOIVt INDIANS
! CARACAS. Minn. March. ."..Guy
. X Iljorge and William Leslie Taylor;
I of Oniuth, two mining engineers cap
j Hired last week by Motilones Indl
(ans while making ijetroleiiiu explor-
I rations In the vicinity of LaKe Mara
cailo. have been res-cued, according
j to official adAices.
ARIZONA Cloudy, probably unset
tled Thursday and Friday.
TWO K. O.'s SCORED
FORT WAYNE. Ind.. March 5 -Jess
Willard. the Kansas white hope,
knocked out Jack Leon, a former
wrestler, in the fourth round of a
echeduled ten round, tout here to
I night. It was' an easy lctory for
ST LOIA'S, Mo.. March 3. Ray
llronson, or Indianapollrt welter-,
weight championship claimant, knock-!
ed out Leo Kelly, of St- I-ouls. in
the second round of a -scheduled eight '
ATLANTA. March 3.-Battllng Nel-'
son anu rraiinie w "'
j r i.i urki.nnAirt f r.ir.
Rapids. Iowa, fought ten rounds to
night By previous agreement no
'decison was rendered. Neither fight
er gained a knockdown.
SAN FRANCISCO, March. 5.
Sailor" Ed Petroskey and Dan m-
Hvan iMontana Dan) bae been
. ..A..r rminrfu tit
matcnea id jw iwcm. lUu"-
Taft, Cal.. March 15. The fighters
Leaders Claim 1000 Rubber Workers
Have Quit at A'kon, O.
CLEVELAND March. 5 The strike
of rubber workers in sympathy with
that at' Akron, reached large propor
tions today. Strike leaders said that
a thousand men and girls had quit
work at the plant of the Mechanical
Rubber company. Officials- admit
;00 hav walked out.
, t- 1
NO BOXING IN COLORADO. -
DENVER, March 5. The senate
killed the state boxing commlr-sion
ALLEGE OLEO FRAUDS
mitrAnn U. March 5. In re-
.im.' In the summons Of United
Slates Judge Landis a special Federal ( , rtoa.t gee tmt thIs TOOm nen
grand Jury was Impaneled, today for mncb ftom a mon!-eJ. cage,' sala
the sole purpose of investigating ai- ,.araha)j eIcept that the vgt0rs do
leged gigantic frauds In connection! not offer me peutg"
with tbe payment of the oleoinargar. ( The dcraocratic national committee,
the tax in the Chicago districts. Tnau todav took ccgnlzanre of tbo senator
extensive frands have been pracucea w dendIocks ln Illinois and New
uy some nua .c-. w.- -
facturtrs has been a matter ot gos
sip for several years pasL It is now
festima'ted that the Internal Revenue
department baa lost more than $1,000.
000 by such frauds. Among the large
concerns to be investigated are Ar
mours and Company. United States
nutterine ccJmpany. Scliwarzschlld.
and Sulzberger, the Moxley company,
the G. II. Hammond company "a""1 Vs
Friedman Manufacturing company.
Paris cable says American shipping
ritn v.ww .j ,-,--- r -
interests, backed by tbe unu,
SUtes , government, bare enterea in- cnjp o lhe national committee anc
to negotiations with the Hamburg- ms addresg to members ave indlca
American. North Gennan IJoyd ana . ,b , , expected to direct the
Woermann line with a view to buy-
Ine a fleet of first class and second
5. Repudiation Jf Huert&s
pa i iirp nr
n LU L u
nm inr m
i ' ir m
llll SI II I Mil
. Ta & I hn
Senate Inquiring Why Worn-,
en Were Not Protected1
from Insult in Parade
MARSHALL RUSHED BY
n i t o c.r.r.r-0 ini inn
CALLS SEEKS RELIEF
McCombs Remains Chair-
man Democratic National
-, .,, , .4
nmnuuee ana btarts Ac-
Cummings. of Connecticut. Vice chalr-A'Asmvi-TnC-"
. ' man: Rolla Wells, of Missouri, treas
AASHI.NUTO.V March .. -oused, .. .,,, , UinM.h hpa.1-
the failure of the Washitcn po- j
"- ueuuiiiufiu io mainrair, nrrt.r
,i.,-i ., ... Z
iiua ic nusresi oi int. Kunraw
pageant Slonday, the senate began an The committer was :d''r ,t ! by
mvestigaUon to place the responsibil- Miss Mary Fo. if It Meles. ..res
it for the lack of .protection to the ' ident of the California Women's dem
women marchera. j ocratic league, who declared that the
Acting under u resolution adopted I votes of democratic women had much
before the senate ad.oumed Monday, to do with splitting the electoral vote
Senator Galliugcr, retiring chairman
of the District of Columbia com , of the ccinmlttee were received by
mittee, named Senators Jones, DU President Wilson. The committee ad
linghjin and Pomeroj as an in est! jcurnea subject to the call of the
gating committee. At a meeting to- chairman.
day the committee detprmiceG to '
besln hearings tomorrow with Major '
Silvester, superintendent of police, j A Mill WCDC fl DV flC
among the first witnesses. All II IV tlil2 AH I UT
Sylvester said toaay Out the po "Ulili LHUnill Ul
uve nere nui io uiame aiu mat tne
force was inauequate to guard the
line of march and handle the arrival
or WlUon virtually at the same time.
Requests for more tnep, he said, had
been unheeded by corigicbs for hall
a dozer, years,
Miss Mice PauL chairman of tha
congressional committee of tne 'na
tlonai suffrage organization, has .tak
en personal charge In pushing tho
Hundreds' of Inaugural Wiltora
thronged the vice president'?, oflloe to
day and so disturbed the equilibrium
of Marshall's official duUes, th"t be
has dctrmitucd to ask ior a new
room iii the senate cfiice bulld'ng.
where he can "put his feet on thx
,!,, ..j'.-.l.. .lt-,r i rvMino1
nampsnire anu aaopiea xnxNuuun
expressing hope that democrats would
be elected to the senate to till th
vacancies in those states.
The resolution was Introduced by
Clark Howell, of Gergla. and direct
ed Chairman McConib to take such
action as he deems necesiury to as
sure the election of two democrats In
Illinois and one in New Hampshire.
Despite the fact that McCorobs 'has
been offered the ambassadorship to
France and it Is tho belief of 'his
friends that he will accept .the. posL
menus iu uc .( .i.... , v jw.
he did not relinquish 'th- chairman
. . th party organization for
The committee elected Homer S,
"LEAVE US ALONE"
NOGALES, March 5. The campaign against the
Huerta forces in Sonora began late today when state
troops proceeded south from Hermosillo, burning bridges
along the S. P. This is do ne to prevent federal soldiers
coming north from Guaymas.
The state congress rejec ted the Mexico City adminis
tration through J. M. Pared es, Huerta representative,
now at the state capital. The Sonora government told
Huerta if his troops were kept ut, Sonora would remain
neutral toward any other upr ising. but the state officials
insist upon absolute local go vernment. practically pro
ATIC LINE UP
3R NEXT CONGRESS
XGTOX. March 5. -
I The following' were nominated
In caucus today ror ratification .
by the house when It meets in J
extra session Apr'l 1: ,
Speaker. Champ Clark, Miss-
Way and means: Underwood. '
Alabama, chairman: Har.'lson i
New York: Shackloford, Miss-
ourl; Kltchin, North Carolina
Ralney, Illinois: Dixon, Indiana.
Sulla. Tennessee; fjammond,
Minnesota: Peters. Massachu-
setts: Palmer. Pennsylvania;
Ansberry. Oh:o: Garner, Texas
(nw); Collier1, Mississippi
(new): Augustus Stanley. Ken- i
tucky (new). j
Clerk house: South Tr mble. I
Door Keeper: J. J. Sinnott.
Virginia. , i
Sergeant at Arms. Robert B. !
Gordon, Ohio. - i
Postmasjerf-Wllllam M. gunl
liar fieorzla.V .
ChaDlain: Ren Henry :v. uou-
, -- .
del Washington! D. C.
Speaker Clark in his speech
of acknowledgement said, "any
! man fit for an official station
will not let personal likes or dls-
likes interfere in cooperating f .
a with nnv nther democrat in uni- :
fying the party in its nercuican
and multifarious tasks to re-
deem is pledges.
' ..-Wa.hlnrtoii with Thomas
I rv i .hnr
" .-- .,..
in that state. Tonight tne member
nOSTON. Maes.. March 5. 0n3
(hundred and forty-three years ago to-
nlSnt Captain Preston, commander
of the Urittsh giard In Boston, gave
the command which caused so much
bloodshed and added another step'Ta'L p aide in uniform such as ac-
toward th& Revolutionary war. Theicompanled Taft went with him. hut
Iloston massacre claimed tl-ree of the. two motorcycle police were asstgntxl
patriots who were defending their las a guard to the president on such
homes and demanding their rights' trips and kept close behind on the
against the onslaughts of the British 'ride. After the president returned,
troops who bad made life anything jXJndley M. Garrison, secretary ot war
but pleasant luring the period after had a brief conference, with him,
th repeal of Ore Stamp AcL -f.f told the president I thought I
Uesentlng the insults rut -n bem'e6ti-sJ my salary today," said Gatrl
by the men -and bb'ys of Uoston, the ( son. "I'm learning the machinery of -British
troops proiected themselves my department Vou can't go from
against the charge of the indignant jan equity court to a government He
Boston men. When the smoke of the partment In a day "
British guns cleared away there were I Bryan secretary of state. cnHeil
eleven men strcichtd on the ground, i after Garrison left He brought with
of whom three were killed and eight , nm Huntington Wilson, former as
mounded. sistint secretary of state and heeds
Although the demonstration of tholof var;0Ug bureaus of the state depart
libst'on folk was but a defensive move. J nentj presenting them to the prof
it bad a great deal to dD with the,denU b,, said SOme questions in
hastening of the Revolutionary war.jlhe Tar,0HS boreaus required the sit
When several BCston lawyers, who fpnton of the president at once, but
were also staunch patriots, acted as conrPrned routine chiefly,
counsel for CapUln Preston, who was!
tried for murder, there was great ex-
citement, but Preston was acquitted!
on the ground that he had done ms
duty as an othcer.
GI.YNDON. Minn.. March
the presence of scholars. Miss Anna
Skelm, a school teached at Uln.
Minn., was shot and probably fatally
wounded by Benjamin Tlnjun. who
then killed himself.
! ff L.
Office Seekers Will Call at
House Only Upon
Invitation,- His Announce
( - ---
BRYAN BRINGS STATE "
BUSINESS TO FRONT
TtTrr l r, l -n
ba.VS It J? Urgent Bllt Roil-
tine - Secretary of War
Declares That He' Earned
WASHINGTON. March 6 Tho first
act or President Wilson today was to
erve notice on ofTce seekers that
they will not be welcome at ifaa
White House unless Invited, Hla
last act tonight was to confer t.Ui
John W. Kern, chosen today demo
cratic leader In the senate. In be
tween he found t'me to shake hands
with 2000 persons, consult his cabi
net and a few friends in congress,
dictate letters and generally- launch
i ni shin 'f nilmlnistntt on
The president spent the morning in
his office, the afternoon in the White
i House, at luncheon in the East room
!he received ' delegations and a't i
o'clock went out with Mrs. Wilson for
an automobile ride.
All . delegations received today
came by appointment The "open
door" was explained to be the open
door only to those wno call on pub- '
He business. With all callers dlspos- '
ed of. Wilson called for one of tie
White House automobiles used by
CATTLEMEN AT AMARILLO.
amari,jIj0 t March S.-Many
, jninff representatives of the rive
stock industry rounded up here today
for tho annual convention of th Pan.
handle and Southwestern Cattlemen,
association. The gathering will last
three days and bids fair to outstrip In
interest and importance all of tho pre
vious meetings of the association. Ok
lahoma City Is an applicant for next