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THE WEATHER RED APPLS
~1'ZF Il ~ e not app~lc of icr THE DAILY ISSOUIAN pae Today.-Rin . colder. 28EA r the y are I mblems of VOL. XXXIX. NO. 286. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1913. PRICE FIVE CENTS SCAT! } GeP, ' WASHINGTON NOT SURPRISED THAT MADERO SURRENDERED Washington, ['1b. 14. ---The news of Francisco I. Madero's voluntary re linquishment of the presidency of Mexico brought relief to official :ir cles in Washington. The situation in the last five days hail been growing hourly more tense. The announcement, coming at the close of a day in which the situation steadily had been turning against President Madero, hardly was sur prising. It seerved instantly to clear the horizon of the storm clouds which came nearer as the liprospect of armned interference on the part of the United ,States seemed inevitablle. 'The govern tinlt was frully prelarced to meet any situatlion which might arise. As a result of thlie co-operation of the navy and w(ar ildealtiuenllts their comlbinied forces alrready \were in readiness for Mexinl service. Co) incident with the rece ipt of the news of Madero's abdication, a wireless message was flashed to the navy de partment here announcing the ar rival ill the Mexican port of Mazat lan of the cruiser Colorado, the first of the six warships to reach its des tination off the shorel s of the revolu tion-torn republic. Five other w\arships are well oil their way toward Mlexicuo p[orts ndi Acting Seret' atry \Vinthirlp said to night that in all pritla ilitly th.y would ctontinue to their destination. Not less lpreipared was the my'll. The entire i'lrst lbrigade of the firls division, ithree thoutlsandl strong,. is under marcthing ord, rs allld awaitinlg tne tommnandi of Major (feneral Wood, chief of staff, to entrain tfrom thir respective stations in Nexw York and proeeell to Newlprt News, Va., where four armlly trainslirls are liilly equtlip ped and pro\'isioned to set olllt fr thel "Gulf of dMexictoto llaugment the naval forces. Of the battleships, ithe (liirgia is due to reclih \'V(er ('rIz tI rrolllllllw'lv, while the Virginlia is iue in Tlamlpico the saume day. By Sulnday the Neblrask:li atnd Ver Inont also shouldl have completed their journey to Vera ('ruz. Th'le cruiser South I)lkottt shouill lie cf A\cuAtlulci not later than iSunday. It probably will be deteirmined to leave at least one w\\arshi off thle Pacific and Atlantic ioasts while the others mnay return to their routline Morning Shopping Grows in Favor ¶ The Christmas invitation of the merchant to "shop early" is still hearing fruit. Women know well that by shopping early in the morning their purchIases can be made with far greater leisure aind Imou t t andm with the feeling that what they buy will he thoroughly satisfactory. A At that i jue the stores are not so crowded; the stocks are all in golod order, so that time is saved in finding the best slia.de or size, and the clerks are not fagged out. ¶ All the mlerilchants who advertise in TIIE MISSOUlLIAN want. you to do (your shopping at the most favorable time of the day. Everything is in your favor for morning shopping. ¶ Read TIIE MIRRSOI'LIAN carefully and constantly every daty and you Illy bhe ready to go shopping lealy next morn ing. Plan your shopping tour in advance. Know what to buy and where to buy to best advantage. When special sales are advertised the opening hour is not too early to visit the store. utii(es or perhaps be pressed into Cen tral Ameriann service where eondi tions have been almost lost sight of on account of the concern of officials over Mexico. Secretary Knox, was in early con sultation with Assistant Secretary Iluntington Wilson and the state de partment and staff tonight immediate ly after the announcement from Mex ico City and hurried dispatches were sent to Anmbassador Henry Lane W\il son inl the Mexican capital. It was said no ldefinite instructions would be sent to Mr. Wilson until he had re lported officially the abdication of I'resident iMadero. In the absence of such a report, department officials deelillned to l commenll t upon the suddenli an11(1 lramaitic turn inl Mexican af fairs. President Taft, when the news relchedl W\ashingttnn, was at dinner at tilhe h1ome of Secretary AlaeVeagh. lie was notified of the developmlents ait once by the White House attaches and soon afterward heard from the secretary of state. Though the pres idient's comllment \Vas not made pull lie, it was staited that there might bei a corlnferelnce of cabinet officials later, ill thei night. It was not regalrded as' ltrballlel however, that any of the ilans piromullgllated by the govern mi lt early ill the witek forl iprotecting A meritan interests in Al, xit ' would be altered ilt tils time. Policy Justified. Mi: lero's resiglnatinll, it is frll gon eirally lby officials hlere, justifies ithi colrrectness of this governlnellnt's t titude in adopting and following per sistintly a hands-off policy in the so litioln of the Mexican situaltion, nal, it also is the lIrev\ailing opinion that it will be expeldient to (ontiinue a alltrol in Mexican wiaters until colndi tions lhave settled consilderahly. I'ralcisco 1)e la Irlrai, wih \w'as Ml exi(un aImbnusalldor helre in the clhsing days of the old iiiaz regilie, wva;s kniown toill ihave eileln illiopposed to inltervention by thell I'nittd States in Ilexicnn affairs. lie expressed the opinion while lhere that oexihci, if ever given ia fair oppllortunity to solve its plroblllems without rlutstin powers taking part, wo(lild at all times c holose the right maIn for president. As priovisional president, piondling the election which placed Madero in rharge of the reins of government, De Ia Barra refused to be a, candidate, but r offered to be of any other assistance he could in helping his country to re gain peace. The situation, it .was said, seems to be working in accord with the pians which T)e la Barra had in mind for the permanent pacifica. tion of Mexico. Hard Problem. The hard problem for the new gov ernment in Mexico to deal with, it was declared would be the finding of terms s which would lie satisfactory alike to d the northern and southern revolu- a tionlits. n As to De la Barra, the opinion was n expressed that he doubtless would a persist as he did formerly, when serv ing for a. time as provisional presi- e lent, in refusing to permit his name F to be considlered for the nomination for permanent heand of the govern- ti nent. On account of his ability as a a diplomat, his broad knowledge of for eign affairs and intense love of his ii country, Senor De la Barra, as am- f hassador here became one of the best- a liked members of the diplomatic corps. t FROM EVERYWHERE ARE THE GUESTS COMING OUTLOOK IS FINE FOR SPLENDID I ENTERTAINMENT AT RED APPLE BANQUET. This is Red Apple day in Missoula. From east and west and from north l and s, ith are conling Missoulas friends to iparticipate in the sixth an nual RIlt Alple banquet, at which the c·hablller of commnlierce is the host. For six years this has been a fixed feature of Missoula's calendar; for six years it has been her custom to invite to her banquet board her friends from near and far; each year the number of acceptances has been larger than it was on the year before, and each year the throng has lbeen happier than thlose which have preceded it. Today's Iexperience gives tabundant promise of being thl pileasantest of all the Red IApple banquets. As far as it is p.s silie ,to predict, the occasion will be tllorotughlty delightful. On all the railways there has been an effort to help the chamber of com merce, and 'the special excursion rates will be an added inducement to many to accefpt the invitation of Missoula. A special train will leave Helena at 11 o,'cltilo this morning, under the tman agemennt of Secretary Ferguson of the chalmber of commerce. Thomas 0. Cooper of the Northern Pacific's gen eral management will accompany this train personally. All the switches be tween Helena and Missoula have been spiked, the track has been cleared for the Red Apple special, and a quick run is promised. Governor Coming. Superintendent Birdsall says he will land the legislative and executive of ficers of the state In Missoula at 2:20 this afternoon. Governor Stewart and Mrs. Stewart are to be phasengers on (Continued oi 1ase Eght). FRANCISCO MADERO RESIGNS AS THE MEXICAN PRESIDENT Resignation Is in. the Hands of Congress and Definite Announcement Is Postponed Until After That Body Meets---De La Barra Probably Will Take Office Temporarily. Day of Cannonading Results in More Damage to City of Mexico and Diaz Apparently Has Better of Argument -Conciliatory Offer of Federal Commander Is Rejected by Rebel Leader, Who Says He'll Die Fighting. San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 14.-A dis- 1 patch to the Express from Mexico City says: "Heavy cannonading was heard at 10 o'clock tonight and it is believed I the federals again are advancing." Mexico City, Feb. 14.-The resigna- I tion of Francisco I. Madero from the presidency is believed to be in the a hands of the Mexican congress. It was authoritatively stated that Madero c agreed to resign if the senate so 1 wished. Trhe senate was called into ! session about 8 o'clock tonight to I take action on this phase of the situ ation. At the British legation, where Senor De la Barra took retfuge Thursday. it was stated that Madero's resignation practically had been arranged for and that l)e la Barra prolbablly woullld suc ceed him in the presldency. Later, Senor De la Plarra when pass ing through the streets in an atntlon, bile, stopped and made a hrlet, ad dress, assuring the crowds that a peace settlement was ec.ri tai and d probably would be reached before morning. )Do la Barra had been in consultation with both Madero and Diaz regarding a quick settlement ill order to avoid intervention. At 6 o'clock tonight, General IbIeria the federal commander. gave the order ito cease firing. .oot detachments of federals were seen marching from their positions to the government base, near the palace, their guns slung on their backs. Announcement Delayed. The laws of lexico nmake it new's sary for the resignation of the prel'si dent to be sullmitted to the congress and for this reason, official annoiuncel f ment of the resignation of Madhr I 5 may be delayed considerably, ev)en if t I already decided upl)on. Another development of tihe early 1 evening was the resignation of Rlfaelcl : Hernandez, as minister of the interior. IWhether hostilities will be resunmd tomorrow naturally depends upon the L action of the president and congress. In case of dilatory tactics it is not t s impossible that Diaz may decide to I force the action. Ilo repeatedly had 1 said that nothing short of the resigna- I tion of the president would satisfy t DEMOCRATIC HOUSEI IS CALLED DOWN SEVERELY EXTRAVAGANT APPROPRIATIONS I BRING DOWN WRATH OF GEORGIA MEMBER. S"Washington, l'bI. 14.--4A hot attack II upon the delmocralts for their "exira" s agant alpproprtiatirns" w-as delivered e on the floor by itepresentative. (tod r denrherry of (Gergeia today, who de clared that tit apopropriation bills should have died at this assslon and go over to thl" next congress when n "they could ho properly pruned 'by a democratic house :and senate." r "Tlhe agrltroltural bill and the army bill," he said, "both show an increase. r the rivers and harbors bill is nearly n" twice as large as last year. The big , sundry civil bill is yet to come. The, naval is increased virtually $30,000,000. Wd here is the bill in which we have carried out our pledge to the people, that we would reduce the expo.ndi-' tures of puibblc moneys? 'Where arce rn the reforms we "promised when we 1- denounced the republicans for their as gria 'profligacy in the expenditure o"f fy funs.:?° a. Yet Time. 11 "But we have yet time to cut down a- these enormous bills. A democratic he president will he inaugurated within G. the next three weeks. A domroratie n- house will sit here and a democratic ais senate will sit at the other e.d of th' e- capitol. Wily not let thesh men com en ing in who have been charged with the 'or responsibilities of ,tvernment by the an rTe pie, shape these charges against the treasury? all we let our pres ident come into ' i'er facing the most profligate expendliiire of public money that this republic'ever has known? ill As for m. I am willing to Join any of 'my colleatges ira a concerted crusade 0 to defeat thi legstlation that violates d our plat:am pledges and our faith on with the ekopt anld if no concerted (oOCpttauud oa Page aix.) hinI--that M.l, ri lutiust resign or lie would himlself die fighting. Another exchani: of nOtes took place tidal:y lit\weenn (leneral lllti'rta and the r lllllll ommander. That of lhlerti \lIIas of a concliliatn - hlir Itr. It oii'iF , l)iaz tier miissini tn retire in l.'ii wi' \'il his 11.e . DiaiZ re plied that he u\\noil c'ontinuiie to ficlit. Ills. Irillii reputlsed with ti great Inss and after his abtsolute failure to sut jugate Dinz with not hall' the tmliher of mnlen, MHdeiro was subjected to tihe plending of his closest friends, Ilaniy going so far as to demand his resigna tion. Nobody Whipped. The government has nolt eInill whilpped. nor have the rebels. l)hiaz is not attempting to \\hip thile goiverinmenllt at plre(sent lut n11 reIy to rlsist it, nind for isix d i8 h 11c n11 his for'Ies hat le done thall I 11 \\ hit Is re garldeld ias a. brilllntl mim iner. l- i lthough the lil htodils 'lluip ll( re s ll it] in a ruthless hula bar l e'111 it nl" the e piltal iby twi l ieal''y fo"''r s of artillery. TI1 lldnage danlle IodiVy W1i lnot si great as on previous daysi , Iut thisl was du(I merely in I ihaiiige of tIii cis and Mexicans high in nlblie life, knotwing that a eontinutulion of hostli ities in the city migtiht easily resui t in iltervT ention, s.iii ril ii ,fflirt 1 to bring about a settlement. To those waitching tihe attlh, iti s no sulrrise to Iihear lhe hbugles sounlldl the order for the flederals to c( nse firing. The tired sildle'rs ohe.eId i\\ith ai.e(rity but the rfl'.,l iin 11 the reol lines of llnlertit' onlder waus diifferent ''tio snill-ai rti fire iullerl Oeit ill Vl une ai IR if the' IH 'lIt \\(Ii . iilr M S Ing defilnce. liT n mll s lllll I iter allt firing along lit( f'deilr':l liues 'ensed but that I'rom tihe rtebe l lllllls i d, though inli diniiithing iIus ui re a n- II non noVit and then slulitig a shtll first to one slde :iail theni to the other, as if iarkingll ' ti ' Federals Reinforced. The r(eb(ls. Vero 1(11 re infl'e.ell ti day, except by fiderual d.sr'tersI', but the fedlerals had reiolted additions to their rankLl us I t lll e l m 1;11 \\ n I11t11 lby the go1vernment that it lita i fewer lthan t ,0hir Iiiii, it avio llhi. 'lT h rebels iuiiriii l i ,i.Iii1t, inc1tl lihg st , MEMORIAL SERVICE ' HELD FOR DEAD EXPLORERS PEOPLE OF ALL WALKS OF LIFE ATTEND CHURCH THROUGH OUT ENGLAND. l',iio t ln , leb' . 14. 'rh." i:ritih i : ilatli pjilIl I ts tI a t .aid 'lllespi I lltoday to Iit jin1 his heri'i, e olil, iiions will di',d in thri wilds of the Arintur t Ii ftr rti jj - 1 ilg tlihe smath pole. .\ "' :it i rllln lorial service't wail l hLl i tll Ill a h illll 'a l "of St. Paul, aitRteillld l 1I oll~ of ei, r walk of lif, fromiin ig I ,ll luorg, in I .h unifori of .f an linurli of the floc t, Idown to the com11 1 lltin laoror.l' (lilly a fw si;its hadil Iti'ti re.servii for Ith royal party, whicijh (eoIlllriiMd reprisentatiL vs of Qui ili Mi liih Alxandiiiriat aiid Ih lk', anllid Iu hsli as. of I('ilnauiiiht. l're ilnhr Asquith, with all the atiinit ministers, was ptHl,rieseit, is were lianyil i1ninuIrs of thji foreign ditlliaitic Corips, inciudiing Irwin M. Laughllin, s.iL:retry of tlh he Ititd S States f ii.asy, III ('I itliodore l'Vow irs Syminigtion, Ai ierlet naval ait hours llefore' norm, the (iili set for lithe singing of the first hymnii, "It'wk of Ag,'.," tli' polie igani rengretfully to turn away tLhusaInds who muld not git witlhin vi\v iof the doors of ih1i (I th"d ral. Simple Service. 'hei s.,rvii' was simpile. It i ll, lldjI th- pIujying of tlhe "l)ead March Fr,,cit 7 iaul," Thi rr.' rio nnflet. il w i lthi ihymni , ".'55., l ver of M.y ~oiul," in lthe cloisinig iolltcts tihe namies of the five ihad explorers were included. , Ti'e wh+hl'I. service was most imlpres sive. Vast c-rowdsl stood uncoveredii Soutside the catihedral. A great inuirnl b er oif British bluejackets was present, h both inside and outside. d M.nm, rial services were held at (Continued on Pa.e Eight) AMERICANS ARE DISGUSTED WITH "AMATEUR POLITICS" %lrxi., ('ity. ", 1 it. 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TROUBLE IN HOUSE IS FINALLY ENDED .tm nl, tnuii : eme.t, liti,, fr-bl,.m :r . h rh1e p : k, .r t ri. -tull :0 00".,i , h, l t, h , I \'.fl t e f t.lllll ,lll tlle ' :I.l lHeII in .h' l n'Itih." s .rl' il ~1'; In- 1i1i,.r'il l' Ih·11 1 1)n:. ;III(I ( h1. " ' .V ll llN 'll ,' '. , e m n t" | h .,' j }I11 by th.. eaIhci az c:1 n, :1u::."s t r," , "l. - firinua. hl ll l the Ih ljtl, :un llnlt l1 d r it 5i, ,; ts to l n" ,l ,nt ; hl Ir:tei i: t I'r· .- ni tt. and M. ickl" t'" 1n, i rl ' Iil f"\r . ]'h ] ri, giia Steering conlnnilt,". n :I p inte d Irk :+~l 1.kIer Ab elsob11 :11 d, h:1utl ' -;itgn,,i. tShotrtly- :,iler eniti.llariy, I":11. I 1) li itii ie ll that hn ý..4 ild '('.ig . T hi 1J f I.lInli)n :i1t1i1 ll 'I tll l 1f ,nu 1 I(,l | f t lhe .rigU'i ll lit'llhl '.fn h il. I"rlit irall11 ai n llln(' d thaIL hl1e adl b enll Ill Sreguaihrly "ppoiiltlt,1 , I h tih s i-.k.,r. a.,I h., did hI n t i 'i Id t|( resignl . T1l . houts, then ord."ral" the resignationsi of I , le1"m d :1i 1 Jhlr 1',il "11t. ll . their placesl'l we tre dourie.d vavnist. The various ean;eul nIumi.(1 were then presented. T'rhe l .unes of ,1 'l)y, \:l.kr aindu Sick for were ,lffr'e. h>"y the de.n..c.tt., ln. Elill h,, the repuhlicans. lh" pIrogressives had rhsen (ripp. n. These autines Nw ore presented and adopted and will form the memehers of the house steering corln1itteoe. Theh ii1 "I' i li I f ig, ~ll s:l I 1111 h ii l, i.n . II \I 5 ll- 'I .t n· ii iii 11 '.I 11 rý r"",', "1 ".I. 11llf inI I. iiil~lul i iii' , I 5thl v - ,",.,.I.I \ III II~II IIIII`Il, J11 it` S1~ 11J 1. I , 1Iu i. I1 i:1 hir-rt : T h.- l II.: tid .1 I I 1., I II' 1, ilfi Ii .1 d ill i i II il.Ii I~ I - 11 '·:l i :111 .111. .11 1 III 1 11," 1,\ iv.11 \\ .II-I!I I.!, ". 'I'i1 "I Ih ," . I) ir:( 1i. \ 1II1· " I~r .l.." r 11 1. r. jll i II f. i Casualties Smanller. 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'i1""' I liii I iii YI fi gs I ; i, "Ii iii IIIi \.'1III I f ll f I lls..i · Il..f!,.."!, III, If tu i it .!,~' I iuu ifjiiiis' tI H Pi f-if i 1),i I : I ,;V :1tli.I 1. Al, 1111 4,"r.1 11) ·1 1i 1i Iv !· II\ Ir .. tl1, 11 19. 11)11 (Il(· ·I(fi (, hIll,'4., Il1ea11 f1l1lll.'. 1t1u ' Slli-at|,; ,r flar hix ,efi,.r..lý the wtl VISiit s of the I'r r n11 tl I tin jlll bills will I e In ih Ilcu ls ,. f Itl jotint stli.i ti g tnm lll hl ii 111th. H i.,s. : tt11 t sInate ialllt III' - I H mIIIt h ot ' nJe"rture :as 1to what I ul,- r jil t (muse wh ill do ijl thle mlatter. 'I'l'h> nu-ll ,l ' s I' f til, Rsenate n nrllllllt t.., a I,. 1I U1f'ly, Ieanhob rn, ltyrnes, :urllilelllun ;iul Holwa\ y, these havin\'gll ,, itn ;t tiil.ded in the min.rity report ." t ," m nulllllt t', O i comU ittees, pre s nt"t, by allwty. Thi: nmajorilty rli'port sulhmilttled the llll(ames of Dun i, A) rige, It yrines, Liarson and li,~rldlll n, bill. th Iltinority report Ipr, v:ild by ;L \V.lt of 17 to 11. tiie .titlts, are of the opinion that tiw s.Inati cIomlnitto wi'll refise 1,., el.t \ithli the nlew house commit ti.e, IhIlilg that LAtrnlon and Jordan I(' lnlllt hi rim'll(led except by majority ctillcuirretlt vote of the joint conmmit I.t, nand should this occur, It'gislatiton \\ill be tied up tight. Itler lmatters in tlhe leglslature Witire if Iti routine nature, the nitly feature in the house being that that hitly concurred in the. senate -bill glv lug city councils power to levy a spe cial tax to install lighting plants after the tax has been approved by the ' vI t~rl..