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Vol. SIS. No. AO.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Ifi, 1013. TWELVE PAGES TODAY
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1 Pj4S0, FB. 15.Emilio Vasquez Gomez, Released at San Antonio Today Crossed the
Border at Columbus, N.-M., and Proclaimed Himself as President of the Republic of Mexico.
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SR. MADERO REFUSES 10
QUIT HIS J
OF OVER
WHELMING
Delegation of Senators Brave Storm of Bullets to Plead With
Federal Louder to Oct Ou t of the Way of Peace and Meet
Curt Refusal: People Informed That Taft Has Ordered
American Troops to March On the City.
STORY OF INTERVENTION IS
PROMP 1 LY DENIED BY THE
GOVERNMENT AT CAPITAL
Diaz Replies to Request for Armistice With Announcemen
That He Will Quit Only When Madcro and His Cabi
net Have Resigned; Fighting: in Streets Today Most Se
rious During-Seven Days' Conflict; Federal Generals
Admit Defeat.
My IiihhI Wliv I" ItwiiliiK HcrnldJ
MiMii n un, i i.i i. i Ai'iuii si.KJirr i.. .1. i K.iitiN;
STAIt'lHI) M'UKSII T I '-:: O'CLOCK. i'HH CA.VNO.NAlMNfJ IJIIAH
IJAI.LV IIKt Mi: IlliWIIIlt .M IT VA AC (IMI'AMHIl lV Ml MM
.MAC'IIINK I Mil..
MJVItO i.lT. I I ill. Ift. THU OI'CKX.slVIC TACTICS ItlitiA.N
MltltTLY MTIJIt MIIUIAY ItV THIS I'KDKItAI.s WHUU MKT I'CI.LV
hV TIIK UHlllil. HOTII IH; tiC.Ns M SMALL VUMS WKItli
IIUOl'tillT I.VIO Pl.W AMI THU ACTION WAS IIIIINO CONTINCKU
SIIAIIPLV AT I sift O'CLOCK.
MCMCM i'ITV. i r.H li - AN 'H'BN ll!i'LAItATION UV MI5XICAN
KIKAVauitK TIUVI AMItltlCAN 'PlU'rtl'H mmH UWftllMO TU 'IHIH CAP
ITAL AMI MIA'I INI I.KV1JMO.N WAS INCVITA ULIs.
ItKH SAI. OK PIUvllKVI' MAI.i:iC To ItliVliiN. KVISN WIII5N"
THK .MAJiMtlTY 1 1 1 Til 14 SH.VATIC SnIUIIT llll AT 11 1 IC NATION
AL PA LACK T ClUiH III.M To Ho so
UKKCMI'TION oK TIIK. A It II I.LKK V IIATTLK IN THIS MTItUiriK
WITIIUIT Hi:cisiK )V ANTAOli To KITH Kit SIOU
Itlil'L'SAI. ol' I'ULIN HIA'i TO 'ONiUJllt AN A KM I STICK IN
L1MS MAOKIto ,NW HIS iWHINKT HAVH HUSKINKO.
THIKtK W Kit 14 'I'll IS DKV HLOl'MKN'I'S Hi' THIC HA V IN THU IU4
VOLT IN Til 14 MKNICAN CAPITAL.
I'oLLOW'IN'i! AN KHItoNKOCS
THAT MAHKIto HAO Hr-SKiN ISO IN Tim l.vrnuiiwr or ri.cis
TO PltKVKNT KI ICniKU HLooDSHKH. THIS M(ltNLVC. I'oCNO
PHACTICALLV No I'llANiiH IN THIS SITUATION
MAUKKO OKCLAUKO THAT III'! HAD NOT UltSIONKH A N 1 1 HAH
NO INTI4NTION oK OINO SO.
sKNAIOItb llil. I. PKOPLL
TAIT HA I.VTIjl tV'liiN'ICH
An iiiwituvmful uttfiMpt t Minnis
tin Hrinlattce with Pin wm follow.Ml
. . .. ... .i.... ..r ..u muni
111 till ORUrill l fT.i"n ' .
HrllHlOri! HM IMMllll . pTIIM(lll tC,",m
OHk tlNr llo. b h'..MH ,,,,,r:WlVMIIM.-l'0. PHOMCILV IHi.MI4S
"Ar,.,H ,-Iwh. ... Hi- un IN'IUHVU.NTM.N STATICMISVIS
Jorlty ol thu mMiHlorH mmlo hp m d'l- WhhIiIiikIo.i. K.'b l. At tli
(KHlf.ltl which HltrlllptiMl to lllli'l-l, While lhue II whh xtwl.-d lllrtl Pre
the pnlloiil mid in.- him t. ikhIum i idem Tuft h.ul " .hiiiihiiiIcii-
Hilt Mltdtiro wim .ml I" be fouml Hull lo the HrllUh lllllllHlei. dlte.tly
I'rinii tliHlr eiv I'lHtJi-ti I lie im.hhi.i
then iiwUe. addi'iVwieiH tn Hie public
on., uf tham declared "i'iiMini
Tuft Iim JiimI teleRiaphtal Hie Itrit ImIi
h.imi.iui. H.ul Ai.i..i li'ini tr.HiiiH are
(HiililB tu the Mexican capital "
i oiiilder llltarantli.it lnevllalih ' I
I'liMt ulm. H.l.l Hi.. iH.uulace that I
. ..iiMlili.i..il M...I. I.. ilefe.ited I
I'VanclMFti de la Harm. Hi. Inl ine, i
llu lIOIlHl piebldelll, Mho Ih ii liielll
her uf (ho IIHtc. Ix nalil It. llHlc (old
Hie MCliHlur rtutlllt their etel ea
hlii.l Home exceedtliKl plall tl'lltllM ll
h-' undamtoiid that Prenldeni Mh
der.i awtillvil their declalon in the na
iloiial palace and u delexallmi ol hcii
14 torn HOHl there lo rollimel him to re
hlXII 'I'hurc weeined to lie little doll.il
that collHlene would cmiiUihII) Inwlat
Hi IIiIh iIhiiimikI When the iauat.irial
leleKutlon wan unable lo lllld Pl'cMl
dent Malluro lu the national pahu'r
iv caimi back to report to the en
Hie hiidy. which kik atlll aliiliiK In
necrel tajalMon The aeiialiilH later
determlUHil to liilorm the puiili ol
the alltiKH.I (letHiinlnalloll of .In I'mt
cd Slutaa tu HiKirvtiiic
AmlJiiwwdiir Hei.rv lame Wilaon
and Peurn Umtiraln. the Mexican
TorelKIl IlllltUler. were lu iiinlelenci
fur Hovoral huiira iIuiiiik the ulKhl
Tliull offutjla lu anallKc an allli.allci
were In vuln, however. Din.. tin
robot hHtllur. refunoil iibiailuieU to
heat of (KMit'e until Pretflilent Madero
and Ilia vuul.lel lia.l lealRlieu
DIhk'm ilriuiii'HM in thla ro.pc. . wai
mdloiited by the .iciivlt) or IiIh kuii
tiara, who loutiniiHil the liuitiliard
iiiunt itt IntiirvaU during the ulKhl
and altar ihiwu InureuxtHl thuir tin
until It wtm more vlolunt than at an
previous Hti.Kii or the ho von uaya
lluhtlnK. Mht of thue In Mexlci
I '111' who know Prealdelit Mailern'
coimtuncy or purpoae and Mulilmrn
uea wore puaatinlatii tola ristaidlnii
h m runlunHliou.
Ulliwra. however. Iiein-vcd he wnlllo
vield tn the iicralHlvui deinuiid niaili
bv inon hluh In public lite. Krun-
. lien do la Harra. (he runner pro
vlHlunat tiruMlilwitt. pboed the wrt l
poueaiiiukor tiula and iroiiile U
imtiniii.. hm nutnblc In UiIh .
he wan in Ihv atliUMlmeni of the dtf
leraneaa uf thu Madero revolution
whlah tarmliiatmt In the overt hi ow ol
lnMlrlii Olar.
Thu jirtuaince of the war tataela ol
ilirno forulun natlonn at the porl !
Vent Crut ami the davehipnuinta ot
Ihu pact Mix Oft appwur t intvo uon
v im.ail .ivtn tft Mi.xtran cabinet mill
Liiurfc thai II would bu a mark (
EVEN IN FACE
DEFEIT
ANNOC.VCUM ISN'T LAST NICHI'I
XlfHl Itil lifiilHIli t' lOilld lotelmi III
tiTVfllllUII l' lltlbQCll IIIIK'll loiiKor.
ThtM Iihm bi'cii bluntly iirMud ni Proti
lilniil Mndcro Ma ii iiioiux ror him row-
i ....ii....
or miuniii umi ine pimupin m un
l ulled Statea lovaril luteivoutlmi wiim
inu'liantted
KiiIIuwIuh; the Mtateiueiit thai the
all tune in I lie v nue iiiiik wae un
cnanneii, nihiu ncparinieiu umciaia
touk lacMMttih l fnrinall deny that
llllci elltloli had aen delel inlneil
lililill. Till !( Illtelided HH h K PlV
MlatenicntH made pn.ilc ill Mux-
Urn City.
PicMidchl Tail and Oct rviarv Minx
.1 hii earlv colifMieuca tiKlav were
hopeful that l'nmldent Madero would
roaliin CiinHdeuttal hiIvUch me hhI'I
In allow a HtroilK Kentlllleut lllloilKll
ml Mexlio fur peace i nilll iMt lit
pn ntllclalH hare have ureal conn
leu. .. in Hie ulillllv uf ( c la llarra
former iimlmaMidor tn the l iiltial
"JliiieM ami tirov-lMoual tiienidrul alter
the run of Pnrflrtu Hlax, ami who hue
heell HUHHeated fnr that olllce If Mil
I eld Htepa down
Mute Ileum lutein If lie- .statement.
WnMhiiiKton. Peti. I hecrotarlea
Knox and Stlinwn ami Preaident Taft
iliimoir were tou uf the report in
Mexico that Mr. Taft had advineil the
Hrltlidi i o In Inter h would hoik) ma-
rllli. It hiii culeundloally (lelllud
hat hudi a lil-iiinlm- had been iimdi
ir that inarluca ware tn lie moved t"
MoxP'o CIO
WIUSON itllPOICrs I'KIHJHALS
SHOUT OI' A.M.MCMTION
WauhlliKlUU. Keb. IR. The inont
dKiiltlinut fell I il re A mlmwmlor Wit
mn l..liorl IoiIiiV If thy lilt 1 II IH
tlon thai Madero In lunnlnit ahort o(
inimiiii lion. ii Air v i hoii a iiauinx
thu total caauiill) lint yuHtordu' hub
ix killed and forty-elKht woundvu
l'he rebel ualnml MM) denertorH from
he rederal aide. In the thick of the
'iKhtHiK the praaldutit ut the local It'll
'I'omh whm killed by b.llleta front ixilUe
ItlkluiWII Miilirce Willie Ht work 111 UK
ulaaa. and both that orKanlMitiiiU and
the White Croaa have been obllKod to
Ha. .and hecauae uf the failure thu
xovHinment tn reaiiecl the U'hlte llaK
mil it- aelaitrea of their mituinohllns
in aiiiuiunltloti earrlera Tllo ainuiia
ador m aiH ount of the Madero irovarii
iiihiiI'm ullnlU' In catlMM Ilia UhallCull
iiiuttt nf the American eiiilmaav Ih cJIm
inlawed in . MtatoniHiit that yaHterdity
Hie Mexican ininiater ror raretKn ai
fulra Invited mm Hi the iiroaltlelil
name to remove hla rualdotire to the
luliurb or Tuuutwyx, ihh tho Hunt for ti.oiiu.Otiu for a new rederal bulld
jr lire I IhX at HlriulnKliutn, Aliilmtnii. hoiiiu
J'ha ambuaNHdur thanked tho prH -
lldeiit but duellnwd the otful'. rroin
utlHiilc of tin- cupltul come ruiKirlN
uf icind uprising. At MMiinliH. Mtru
itnro. l.(i CoiiiphiiIu, I'hulu, Tlalliuim
itml Hint ftufuol IIih federal trouiw
llitVn rnvoltod, UIIIihI tlmlr iiMeim allil
declared ror Dlur.
t.vrititVMNTiox i;sm as
tiiiihat to I'Hon.u
Mexico i II). Mexico. Feb If. Af-
M"l till eXCCUtlVC IHDUtlUg III III' I'llHlll
' hi-r f deputlea i lie iimjorltv of thu
Ucmtlc left (iir (he national paluco to
Idi-muiid tin rcalgntitlou of President
I MhiIito. They were accompanied by
Krancteco (If Ht Harra Htitl the Jf I1U-
lalt minister to Mexico.
Tin delegation of equator hHil gone
to III' national imliice t aer Presi
dent Matlcru, lull lln did mil succeed
In tlmllng lilm.
t'n.iii I lu- carnage in which the)
had driven there they IntiirintH the
imbllc
'President Tuft lm Just telegraph
xl the Itritlah minister t lift t American
troop are coming to the Mexican
capital Uf consider Intervention In-
t'Vlltlllle "
Tho Mexican tMiixliira alao lnfurimil
lit- populate (hut they comddcrcd
Mint President Mudern hud been ile
Icntcd. Tin- ecnatnra lold (lit people thnt
Proatdent Tuft hull telegraphed In
I'.'din lMw-urHin. the Mexican foreign
minister, that at ih" request ..r the
llrlllsh inliilHtBi' hero ho was pending
murlnca to Mexico to protect Ameri
cana n ml other forelKiiorM. Tin- aenn
torn wild President Tart hud declured
IIiIh hIiouIU nut ho I'otiNirucd hm In
tsrvcntlon lint It novurtliploim was m.
Georgia Itcnclic Voru C'iua.
Washington, fob. 15 The dread-
nought Oeorgla linn reported her ar
rival tit eta Crux at noun today, but
sent no further itieeaMgc TIip Vlr
kIiiIh Ih do.' in THinpid. hofure mid-
IIIBIII TIH UrolKlH llMf filxilll I. 0
Miuiri. men hihI mailiitM uailni)lo
for IhihI RwrMi .
STPHV Ol' TOH AY'S KVIVIS
IN STIIIWI'S OP MIS.VICO
Mexico Cllj. Mtxleo. Kirtt. IR. The
llollle fiiiicx at dHybroHk faced oHch
other In lrliiullv tliv mime poxitlouN
tllc liMe lie 01 . 1 1 thrmiKh the nook.
Hie ollk't-M of the Inumrt'lHl were
coiiilimtitleered by the federal tnxipn
mil mormiiK for ue in Iheti ouorH-
IIoiim l'min ln. i du Ih Hurra, furtnor
prov Ixional prMldfiit. uiiiimtmnlud It
(leneral Kellpe Alinulen. h fodoriil
oiiiniiindur. eut lu the imlaoi- for a
(inference aUI. Madnro
KvlluuillK the eoufi'lenc. lie lit
Harra atiiuuiiinod that Madcro had
tiithorUed him mid Oeneral Aimelet
lo cuiifur with Keltx Ulav uml Ueiieral
Monuratfoii. on hc iiiira.hin uf .r-
runBliitf un uriiilvllve Mnrfru pro-
iiid Hi naming of t otrnnilsMon hy
'm'ti i.ui iv to ' fiiiirlvw a man for 'i
NOlullun uf the ill iij Hull. He !h Itnrrn
lll)ltie4talHly tn.idc it vlvlt o the ri'itfl
posllluti .Hid .(inferred with l)!ax.
polliUllR nut (he illlllcillllea of the nil
nation and urxlne th utceptanee of
plan tor an ariil(lc. In view of
lltililln.'lici' "f foralxti Inlcrveli-
lion
Dlax i oiled ( de la Harra that he
ollld mil lonnldci an aiiiilllce ami
that ho would enter Into no neKOllu
tloi.K with Prealdnnt Madero, until
hti H iilllelall) niiltlleil of the realK
Itnttun of the piecldelit. Dlax' reply
WA then Mlhlllttleil tu I'roHldcllt Mm
llri It Ik MlroliKly IiiIIiiihUiI thai
thu HpiH'lul ineeliiiic of the auualo call-
m i li in miirniiiK iiiKhtieii ou I'rcmueiu
Madero'M ri'NlKiiatlon Many of the
nana lorn did not attend aa they de
chtrml the were unable to travortMi
Hie city The Hpeelul Meatfloll of the
Mllate m.im lulled .( (he reniill of a
lallor froiii Pedro Uiaeurulu. h lor
iiIkii inlniHlei. to the llrNt vice preal-
Uent. IlidliatliiK that the memberx of
the upper hniim. Hhoiild aaaotnblo lti!Mln full cnintiiand or tho Juareii KMr-dlm-ua
iiieiuia f ettlliiB the preaatil rliain. Hobel iiKoiitH any that aa
Mttiatlnn Mlnlaier UHCuraln declar- !.." nnd hla officer torn! toward
(i(i lifter the mcellliK of UlO kUllltlo
lhat.lt -v.im b un ineaua certain MB-
turn uoiilii reaiKh I no praauielll. lie
an Id ah .inxloiic to aettle the dllll
cuttlaa hi a patrlotb iiiauutr without
further hloodal.Hil but thin appeared
liiipoMlolc At i o clock Una morn
llg the reliela were peralitt'litly e
loi.dlt.K theh urtlllvry tire, nuiuliUK
ullMlletIKe HbellH III all dlrectiult to
draw out the rederal artillery and
launihlliK many limtvy aliellM in ine
direction of tho national palace A
lame ro... ot ictielH, commanded m
Ooueral tieiievevn de l;i 1), la cnciimp-
Las Vegas Lands Site
LULLING
BILL
CARRIES
t
v
Pork Barrel Measure Contains
$1,000,000 Building for Un
derwood's Home Town of
Birmingham.
(Hy IjCi.m'iI Who to lovciilnn Hniald.)
Waahlimlon. U c.. ch I A. 'lite
ouiiilnilM bulhiniK bill, carrying total
iippriiprlMtloiiH of tt&.t ll.sott waa re
liorted loiliU to the liuuati. It pro
pohvii ii uevv buUditiK ror the interior
department not In exceed lu coal
it tiUO.Olili. ex. Itlaivi) nf lle
OlhlM' "iiuthortwttluna'' in the bill
wlitolt Chairman ntirnelt explalnad
did not actually appruiirtato nionej
but which need to lie acted mi b the
appropfllktlohH coiiiuilttHe pruvldod
' ot ueniuciaiio i.onuer cnuerwunii;
1(0.000 for a new poat otll' e alto lu
PUBLIC
.0010
ed a fuw IlllltW VUImIiIm nf Hie ua pi till
In ruailltium to uur the onlura o.
litaB. '
He In O this inorHiiiK laenod a pro
cluiuutton oxDhiyih.K hla Intention.
Minx Hocrotly Hoilt out it number or
unicorn today to linMut tn drllllnn tho
rocrnlts un.lnr do Lt o. Ho ordorotl
tliptu to niiilntiifii tlrulr poaltlono.
he did not want Unv more men Inside
hla Itnoa thuit thfn h old conven
Iclllly reed and tin did not refill rd re
Infon emeilla enfiinllul The Mexlutii
milliliter at Itavajtia teloj4raphed lo
tho Kovcrmnrtit Uiday afWne ror por
mlMiou for Cuban nwrlnoa from th
crulior Cuba Hi vera Crux tu laud and
go to Mexico OH, a x uard ror the
Cubmi le?fltloti.
The iisifroHslvajtoiMi nf the robot
durliiK tht? ulKhl hrouKht ahotil fur
ther m eiiea nf fmnle atlloliR the peo
ple, thousand!! of whom tilled tXto
Mtreola during cvrv mil In th tlsht
Ing nnd hantpuotl ih JoatlliiB iiiiunuw
awny from Ihu dktiKer xotie Hoforo
mldnlRht. Dlux. Inkltif; advanlHKo or
tho unllRhto.t xtfpeta, extanded hi
lliion ror xovorHl; bloeka and ahortly
rtftHrwnrd enin.Rud federul troopa
Horn hln now rjovltlon In tho "o
railed ' Juarox colony" which In thick
ly populated with rorolRuarn.
tlroupM of rebel soldier Hoployoti
alnui; VeraMllIca ktroot nnd from tho
r....r. ..r i.iiildlncn mi Turin xtroot ami
rtarcelomi street. For ii tltno thoy
maintained an altuoHt lucoxaant rlflo
and machine Rtin tiro tu me louorm
outpoHta Htiitlonoil rar out lu whe
had ocen called thu "tioutrnl zonf
Krotn tlnio to Unto robol cnitnon
throw projectlloo In all dlrottona, tn'
lim to draw tho rodrl llro. Thoy
vucceedvd between 3 o'clock and I
..'..iiinir in uwakoninu two fed e nil Imt-
lerlei into brink urtlon ami a sharp
artillery duel lagtlriK half an hour,
unva the city Ha ilmt wtporlenco or a
nlRl.t huinbattltnut.t from I o'cioek
until dawn there wan practically
allen.c throuehoilt the dt At day
break the rehol cannon not u renewed
reply trotn tho Kuvernmant Hna and
thuti the Ijttl6 wan hkhIii In full
awlnp Tim annuunoomont or H.c
roalKtiatlon or PriMMdaiil Mm '". wmm
made mi the authority or the millah
lexatlon at a late hour ht nlht.
founded on the riM't that le lit Hurra a
vlKlt in Pretddout Madero had been
followed iy an linitiedluto cniUMittotl or
flrliiu bv both aldtK
The leRalloti OltlchUa 'uok thla aa
an inUtcatlon that ile la Harra hud
am . soiled In pruvulllni! on tho pronl
dent tn realfiit untl unuounceil it ns a
C.etmrai llttortu .mil other federal
emnii.Mmlcre utwured Prealdelit Mh
.. ikiu ....... i. lot- that tin- v or ii-
ii. 'vu ....r .1." .r. . .M
nietil forcea .mihl win. hum m
i i.. i.. i.,.v. irn the caitvti of
the proaldent retwiuit to raatgn.
i:i, PASO AC MS l11 ISA Its
WMtPAHl! I.N .ir.Mtrw
HI Pawi. Ten. IVb Ii - A etinornl
movement ir lebel forcwa toward
Jouro.. Mexico, wan iiukuu early thla
ii.oriilnir. acculdlliK to rallillltllttli al
rtvinx In Kl Phho AKetita hore have
..iui.piI na.it latluiix with the teuortii
comiiiHiiiler In .Imiros ror procliilnttiiB
u truM. AuthorltlHa In Kl I'umo fear
lioulile acroaa the border. he..tie the
fudoral volunieem are not dlapoacd to
Join the J'Iur revolution
of tin I.Iiihi odd ov niineiit forcea
ui liiun.y nxurlv ntie-lialf are irreUtl-
lara nfricered liy cx-lnatirrecto chfera
who foiMlit In Hie Madero revolution
ulid allien have rainiilued loyal to the
prealdnnt Colonel IkiimcIo ltacurute,
the volunteer comuiaudur. haa de
clureil that In the event u( Madero'
defeat he will dlahfthd Ilia trnupM
"We will iiil IT Mildero dooa." If
dnclarod today Hut Coliuifl .luati
N. Vhjkiuh. a regular. Inalata that he
recoKnlMtni; the Ulna revolution, rim
rcbula offur to brim? Cl.inerul Ino.
KnlaxMr. wlm leada tuoro than 1.200
rchela lutn Juaros and uaalat the rt'K
illara If ap trouble nciilir with tho
voluiiteera Hataiara forcoa lor auitie
Ihv have been 'Nittpud within Hlty
tullvM of Jitarec alotiK the Mux too
Northwuatoru railroad.
No teleK'raph llnea or rallroada are
uperHtlttK below Juurc unit no word
haa heon rneelved for twu dnya from
the Anierlcaii -ettl(tmiita In the Caaaa
(Cniiliiiiieii ..ii Phko a, column n
for a Federal Building
lll' ilKo
Ma ll Ii
lionie of Mliiorlt) laMder1
Meiiii.riai .iinptiMliaaiei at Arlington
tiatinual cemetery at Ai'llrrstou. ir.'.e
ouu. with a limit uf JT40.HO0. Sub
truuaury and other olllua it t HI. IajiiU
jjimi.uiki. limit, ji.uuo.oou. improve
mailt or pot nlUce anil court hum ut
Katiaaa cu. .vtiaaoun, ii&v.vou limit
IRUU.OOU
Olllce bulldnnt at WaahlliKloll. ror
uttulOKkuti aurvey and reulutuutloii aer
Vtua, Indian bureau, buruHU of ml ilea
and other Interior iiapariniHiil hut
eaiin. 15011. Him with limit nf fi.zoti.
HO'. The hill UhIiuIiw thoae tleina or
iicruaoM In lite limit or eimt or build
tuna whowe aciiUlaltliiiiH of hIIo and
buitilltiK enlariteiHeutM provlounly have
noon HiitHoruad.
Toxaa-Cornua Chrlatt. I70.00U.
'Hm hill dlrecla the otilurKanient or
linprovemeiH of aovernitiout biillillnKM
within t heae lUMlta 01
Califiirnu Oakland. po. nlth e and
i liatnm Iioi.kc. J7.i 0UU.
.Vuhraaka Uncoil!, poat olllce and
court houat . tlTa.000.
UulldJiiHa .r authorUial within
thaso fitiiltM of "Mt on Rruiinda now
owned vr pielual' autlTorlMal tn lie
Hciiulrod h the Boormnont
AllAona iM.ujtlaa. lieo.Olin
ttellforiiirt BakeraiielU, J."M""
Cnlnrado nurauiot. Slu,0ti
L?llrII (Ui n&A
jkiuiiVHlia rviM"-."!. iW.UU.J
TexHUr- ICI Pm' 8M.0; Vimkum
IUS.0H0.
WaahliiKtiiii-IKIIeiiiihurK. 7:...o
Ahordeetl. Illt.tOO; HeMttlU. ISOU.UOO
Ptirohaaea ftf HMI llf UUtllortaed
in OhMmm Texan. fSBO.OQO, and 1sh
Votfaa, N M , ;'.o.
FINES OF A 0IULS
TO ONE THOUSAND
FOR BATH TUB
ST
Fourteen IndividimlB nnd
Thirteen Corporations As
sessed By Court for Violat
ing' Sherman Law.
INVOLVED ALL PMNOIFAL
CONCERNS IN COUNTR Y
Government Successful in Pro
sedition Extending Over
Two Years and Bitterly
Fought.
Djr LcAcd Wlro to IivcnlnR Itcrntd
Delrolt. Mich . eh. 16.
JikIkc Cluroure W. l.aMloiii in
the rederal dlatrlcl court today v
ImpOfHNl tluoa raiiKttiK from It tu 4
1 1 ooo un the rouruten indtvKitmtM
and thirteen cornonitloii defen-
diuita iwmvliHwl yoatorilHy In tho
trial of the Mo-otUltMl bath-tub
trtiat for criminal conaplracy in
reMtrnllil of trails.
History of the Cum.
U.mI Novontber the hu-ciiIIihI iriml
waa diaaolvad by the aupromo court
lu a civil Ntilt iUHlltutiMl at Hntttiuorc
rite orlmlnal cuae toduy whh ii re
trial, the Mint trtut having roeultvd
ill n diHURroomiuil After tho un-
noutitinment or the verdict .IiidKe
'larenee W. Heaalona ndjoiiriind court
until tviuormw ut 10 n'ulook. when
ho will pronounce aeulrute. It wuH
the erond antl-ttuat case decldtnl tn
cui wan ntftilitat tho Imut and ahoo
lat ttuat. Tim jury reuturrii rom
hnura tu reach a. vortllct. Tlif tollow
llic are the (1-feildKtlta round nlll
Tho ndore AhroiiM, or the MtHUiluru
Kuiiltary MauufacturltiK coininii, nf
'IttHhuruii. iHitn iniiivtiiutii ami cor
pora tlon Indicted. .! T. HuC. ea. ol
New York. K. I. Da wee, or tho stan
dard Hanltar) ManufactiirltiK coin-
limn. KntnclM . Torronee. or the
Standard Xa Hilary Maiiiifucturina
compali) . T It Harnea. nt tha llaruea
Matittraclurlnic company uf Matin-
tleld. (.. both cnrnnrutlou and indi
vidual indicted. I low a rd T. Galea, of
the McCrum-Howoll cotuimny. of
New York, both Individual and cor
poration Indiited. Prank ll. Borden,
or the National Wnnltary Miiniiractur-
liiK company, or tfetloin. .. both In
dlvliluiil and corpornilon indicted. A
We ak tte . ot A. Wo aklllel & Hon
'o , uf ltHlttiuore, bull. Itidlvlduiil and
nrporatlon Indicted; l.loyd (. m-
Cruni. ir the McCrum-Howell enin
puny. IIrniHii Hooltihlor. or U- Wolft
MiinufHctiirlmr comimny. of CliicaifO,
both liidlvldtuil null uoriioratlou lu
ll tried. .. is wrlKlit. or the witoeiing
Ifiiiainelled Iron coiiiiinnv. or wtieel
Inc. W Vu . both Ittd(Vlduri) and eor-
potation Indicted, tlio Humphreys
ManufacturitiR coiiiikiiiv of Mutia
Hold. ' : .1. U Mott Iron Worka. uf
r York. Mcvay .t Walker o ot
Uradduck. Pa . and tho union Hunt
tt MiiliulaetnrliiK coinpany of No-
uioavii e. inu.
ICIulit daftiudwnta tilenued nullR con
tendere. Hmt la no defiiwe, ut tho that
trim, anil ttioy were utniuuuaii iuur
to oe ready to ai.piMir in conn to
morrow iiiornlni; for aeiitenca They
wore
.1 II Caldwell and J J Mttltutiey
or the Cahlll Iron Wurtu. if Chatta
nouaa. W C Wlurleld ami A (I
Ward, nf the Day Ward omuuiiv
Warren. ) . .1 A. I'TnUMHlielin and
A M Crauenheliii of Hie Kertier
MatiufaoturliiK comtiaiiy. Plltabniih
and .1. W Aruott ami A. 11 nilne. J.
nf the united Ntatea AtHllMiy coin
pany, nf PlttMliiirnh
Alireiia. Hkhim and liirea were
dlacliaiKed ut the rlrat .rial by Indfe
Aiiaell. hut they aald they preierraa
tn aland trial with their frioHda and
now they face aeultice When at Hon
wmk Ural hrouaht aaalnal t imh. chat i
IttK Hint by criminal eommlmcy the
cnHtr died HI (tar i cut of Ue annual
output or enamelled ware by patent
llcouec aurecmoiita. omblinal m re
alm In trade in manufacturer"' and
Jobber plumhliitf aupliIlM, mluawa
t' aell tn luliheiM who liMHtfled ood
for the au-calied .mleMtiil0iita. ana
MtlenipleO to make iiliUnrm prtcea
HirouKliout I ha nuunlry
l'he conaplracv elwrite. which
cutnea under aectlun I of ige Sherman
law. waa the nlie mi whk'h the de
feiidaula were tried 'l'he govoriinioni
contended that in April, into, al a
miiutliiu ai Mount ClemeMa. MmjIi.. the
tloUinilHiita nut Into effect a eoiiHldr-
doy which they had foniHal wkloh re
united In the makluir of the unlawful
patent llcenae HKrceineiita Uwlwln p.
umaAeimr appeared fm ihe tiverii
iiient, aiailNteil l.v niatiPt Altorney
Clyde WaiMiter and former HhHrloi
Attornej I'ratik Wauwii Hpedai
Agent Juaoph It Uailliix: Hacured the
vldatice ror the kuvi rnmeni
4)
.M).N'nfiM(ill!.N liUSIt
it.OIMl IN HA'I'I'I.IC
London. lfb. Ifi The Miute-
4 uHKr.ua lit i,nn man in a fu-
tile attack Keliriiary IS a KMt nil
the Turka on Hm helotiuj of
Tarate. h ami ItlrdHM. ilHuit.
natliiK I he f"rirfa of 8HitrL
(locnrdlnu to a ilUivaloh r(lCt4fVod
today from 'oliHliintlllople.
REPRIMAND FOR BARRETT
KS
Ii
JOHN BARRETT.
Director General of PanAmrlcn
Union.
Strike of Thirty-four Thous
and Engiuomeu ou Eastern
Itoads Now Hangs By a
Thread.
LITTLE HOPE HELD FOR
PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT
(Hy I.ciimiI Win) lo Hxenlnu llvrukl.)
New York. 1'eh lf ufflceri of the
llrnihf rlmod of Ujcomotlvo Klrumcii
and ICiiHDicmeii votod unanlitiiiualy
mdav in reject the plan of arhltmtion
4uliiultted laal ttlKlit ' thu lllty-
lour euatern rallroada.
Thu ii me ta all uoKotialloiiH luoktiiK
ii-a.".a)le awltlanieut of tllo wuKu
cotitioverM) ami tewva the HtrlUo oi
ler alrcadv pliltttHl IlilllKtllK on .1
thread. The firt'iuou'a doclalun ruucli
d al a forenoon conference, vvua Hu
mediately omiiiiiulcatod to Judi;c
Martin A. Ivuitpp, or the United Htut.w
lointnorto (out I. who with othora.
haa lieeu actlliK (Ui IllOdlator III Hit.
dlapute Judge Ivnapp wua ohllKed
tu no to WaahiiiKton I hla afternoon
It liiiatncna cuiineeted with tha com
n ;rce court, hut fl W W. Iliiuucr.
utln Untied fcUataa lahur cituiiii
blotter raniulHOd hare and continued
Vila eftotta at mtdwUun. Mr. lluu
er eiit tnc nouc ot the nreimiu
a teat declalon to the railroad mnnaK-
ii h ii noon u he received It
JuUkc Knapti oxiMcta to return here
;loiiday afteriioon.
I. Iiiitintm .Mti) Klrllio.
San l-'rain tta-u. Keh 11 -Twu thoua
ml telephone linemen throuKluMit
alifoniia. WaalilHRtoii, ureKoli, No
adii, Idaho and poiiion nf ArlHunK
will make known lonlBhl. thmuKh the
I'liclftc lllnlllol t the Itlteriiatloiiul
.troih.-rhonil nf Klacrt-al Wnrkei
heir declwliiu on I he wmk' otter of the
I'm irh Telaphotie and 'tVteurapli
oiiiiatiiv a auiwlil.ury of the Amorl-
aii lelyuhnlir and Tatokraph coin
i.uii) A lauvaan of tha local unlona
ihroiiKliont the territory aifrrtinj ha
I net Imm'I) completed Ttiey nek Jt !5
or elKht hour day and nlue hour on
oiiHtry work
The company otfera la 7..
i'iioi'u:siiv i'iiat yovisitN.Mii.N'r
SIIWI! THIS ItAlliKOADN
WaalilMKlnn. Kel. tf. The Ihreiit-
ned tie dp nl Mft.v -font eaalern rail
rnada Ii. the iiropoaed atrlke uf tir.)-
neii hh the haai!. uf u r. muIuiioii for
mvernioeiit iiwiiernhl nt Hun.' rail
road pi opei i i.a, introduced whvn the
houe aaaombliHl tHla. hy itupro
aeiitallve Uot'Ker. f Wba-unain. Ho
la I let Horuflr" rewdution pnuamixl
that lit chsi of a atrlke and tie-up uf
the railroad ayateui rar more than it
week, the piealdenl of 111 United
"It a lea wli n Id In- empow.-red tn alexe
he railroad with all their (ermltiHla.
hell li'.e. land, cam. inlliea. work
liup. and ether projwHIoa on the
tmuiicl or public wiikny ami the
rlifhi nf piulueut diiuuilli and to iiihii-
aue and ofHvrale iDiiH throuwh the
poalofYlce datartHeiit until cotMroaa
Khouid create a Kprinont or rati
rontlK
Tile lenollllloll proMMH. ttlMt III"
tin riioieni op.rnte the prnpnrtlea mi
i work diiv of elffht huurn an.'l Hty a
fnlr rut.- ni wanna "
(ieruiHti Atlutui Killed.
l..ipi osrmany, lb. 1B.--Tbe
riermnii Aviator lnk was killed her
Iwlay while uttomptlng u Klldltu
rtlirlit froiii u hnlolit nt loft fnt lltu
ernpunt toppled ovr mtd-ltr.
IREHEN REFUSE
RAILROAD PLAK OF
MEBIAlli
SENS1
1
NATIONAL CAPITAL
IREeiQR OF THE
BUREAU MAKES
HARP REPLY
Man Who Suggested "Jura
tion Board" Sotewe Kintt
at Sinister Ialeoff ati
Work in Mexican Situation;
.ANONYMOUS LETTEES
WAEN HIM TO m
(lly lA'usnl Wlro to Eventog nralvL
waniti8ton, u. C, Fob,
clnah between Director John Barrett,
of tho I'an-Aiiidrloun union and the
stuto doparttnent over Darrott's pro
poaal for h "mudiutlon comrnlatloa"
to hrltiff about peac In Mexico. l
hardly lens u aemsatlon 'In olllclaj, clr
flea horo than tho Meslonn Imbroglio
itNoIf. Tho two affalr dlvltlo atten
Hon toduy.
Thu atiite, department'a tnemoTou-
Uuin luat nlBht, ohunictcrUine plrd
tor Llitrrett'tt proptuwl u "mUehlev
loua fiotlvlty" lonllntentaUty and
MHuttotlP'tlOmlell',"tlrdIljotl, Iritti 6
flcial clrclin like u botnb'i it nil coupled
with tho protoat of tho Arnoruun cot-
nn jf In Mexico Otty forwardwl by Ant
liiumidor Wilson, it produced u tt
tuition, ttturtlltiR to wty tho least.
Director Durrett toduy iruvo out a,
Kiutoniont defondltiff hla mediation
proponui He aald no lioncitly- bollov
od that hla notion would strengthen
thu latitude of the administration
UKulnat intervention.
"To brand na umnteur pollttca, thu
auBt;Mtlou of mediation by u great
ami nccepled broud niu! prnctloal
aitency of tutoruatlonal friendship and
to can na mmciilovou activity arm
aentlmontallty th application of In
turnutionui o-optrution to atop Im
mediately notuul lighting und protect
1 1 vet. Biiunia to bo tho result of mli
umluralandlnR or what 1 hud In
inliid." the director said.
'What I really und frreutly fear
Mti.l deplore Ih that aomo jujrsnu or
perdoiiH either lu tho United bUtei or
lu Mexico, or In both place. working
toKother, aro unsioua to bring aooui
forclbio Intervention and permanent
oecupiitlou of Mexico by United gtatea
troopa unu coiiUMiuotiuy aro angry
with me ror presonung a perfectly
reaatblo t.lar. for ImrnedUte eittlnn
or hostilities hy International media
tion, hnvo aelsied upon mo and my
nl m ile. Informal und personal fugge.
lion us iiinirumeiUK tu rorco iniervenc
tlon and tu huvu worked up. atmttment
tu the American colony to thU end
In view of tho severity of tho om
plaint of the American colony and the
attitude of tho sta department I am
runted lu aelf defehKe to mnk public
a Met that I would jidqfinUcly proper
never to mention, wore I not tho eub
Joet of Huch crltlelam. Litto last night
and before had been Informed of
tho report from Muxl.m clly, I receiv
ed an anonymous lutter As brt I
enn iitoto and recttll, It was us tot
Iowa:
" Aa u rriend of yuumdf nnd your
southern ropublty, 1 want to warn
you Vou aro In (lunger of attack frqm
two oppodle aotircca on account of
the Mtutement m have given out In
reaurd in thu ttettlumanL of tho MQX-
Iohii altuutlon. Ono of thoa la n cer
tnln Inlluem c that wunttt tnturventloh
and military ocuupatjon and la bitter
HguiURt the prealiloru and tho stato
iletwrtineiit fnr their holding out
ogulnt intervention, Having en fax
fftlied in that dlroBtloli. It ! now m
etttiMtd nt your suggestion and may
turn on you both har und In Mexlao.
The other luiltietto Is a man In i
Mreut department, who cordially dls
liken you and everything South Amer
ican Ho Ih philnly Jealous of your
work for Pan-Amer'CHn ood feeling
and trad,, and or tho growth of tha
Pan-American union
Xeok out for htm ui ho may en
deavor to do you and your oauw
harm."
WORST IS OVEIi IN
WEST VIRGINIA STRIKE
(lly Lcuacd Wlro to IQtenlng Herald,)
Oharloatun. W Vu.. Fob. IB. With
iwu compunloa of tho "West VlrglnlR
NaiioiiHl guard on duty In tho oapllw'
oily and 500 Holdturs neattviroa
throughout the strlko-rldden section
uf th Kutiuwhu oaal field. Governor
aiuw,coi!k acd Adjutant General m-
llott thl ninrnlng felt nur naa tn
situation well In hand. No dUtur
latiicoa wero roportod during thft
nlBht ami the officers In the field M
that many minora wero leaving tn
dbilrii't. Quiet waa Uo reported
from tho north bank of tho KanawhA
river, where the man have betn now
'ng nioi'tlngn ami Wtr stt54 to N pr
paring to march on CharUsion M
demand the rel. of "Mjttiiot'
Jon. ---H-i

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