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MEXICO GETTING
TO RECALL
GA VE NO THA W BRIBE IS CLAIM OF ANHUT
A I. I lll.lt I'atr o-nlaht and WednrsilH) i rniinrf.
Ml: riH'.H I air lo-nlBl,t .,,d ,,MlaM wa
EDIT:tN
READY
DIAZ
mt
EVENINGS.
PRICE ONE CENT.
ANHU
I
TOOK THAw CASH
BUI AS A RETAINING FEE
GAVE m
Lawyer Who Testifies To-Mor-row
Will Refuse to Tell Sill
zer Board How Much He Got.
SO HIS COUNSEL SAYS.
Ready With I'ull Statement of
i His Dealings with Superin-
tendenl of Matteawan.
Clifford I. P." ire. counsel for John
Nicholas Anhut. the lawyer WhOM nam
: h figured so promln ntly In the scnndnl
attending an alleged attempt nt bribery j
'.ii plan to ei t Harry Thaw ant of 'he'
Matteawan Asylum for tha Criminal In I
pVMO, announced tOday thai Mr. Anhut!
rill before tin- Investigating Com
attttee in Albany totnorrow and leiij
everything ha knows about the affair '
ggcegt as to confldantlal ntnttats c-j
-cen Mm ami Thaw. Mr. Anhutfs po-i
t;iion la tiiat ha was retainsu ay maw
a lawyer to brim nn gotten in court
In have the ludgmenl Bl tha cunt coin-
Inlttlnk Thaw as all inaiu person Mt
aside.
'Mr. Anhut." h.iM Mr. B ra, "met Ir.
Ruaaall t the Matti iwan Aayiurn at
Whlta Plain They lived at tha same
hotel. !! had also mat Thaw. It '
Dr. Ruaaall who brought up the matter
,-.f letting Thaw releaaed.
iNHUT TO
HA
"Dr. RuaMll
RETAINER FOR
Y THAW.
ii That was nol saUs.
fled alth tho way Claranca en earn hail
oanduotad the last court prooeadlni In
itltuted tu gnln Thaw h freedom, Thaw,
he Midi had noted many errors and
omissions which ha believed could he
avoided. Finally Thaw, at Ur. Rusaell'o
.uggeetlon, agreed to retain Mr, Anhut
lo atari proceedings In a court with tha
ttbjaot oi getting Thaw releaaed on pa
ole. "Anhut want up to Matteawan and
I ,. aw Thaw ami took a retainer. He will
. 'tuae to aay bo inuch money ha got,
. n the fro una tnat tua transaction waa
tonttdentlal batwaaa lawyer and client.
Mr. Annul ami Ur. Ruaaall luui many
oouferenoea liare m New Ifork or alaa
where. Part Utalr plan waa to ant
ploy a oerpa of grant aaparta in lu
aanltj who hai tn.t prevloualy IHtirad
in tin' Thaw caMi
T
and
prw 1 1 Tim dldu t move vary rant
riiaw got Impatient. Plnally ha
oallc i
knov
Mr.
it all c.ff. That 1 all Mr. All. ml
tliniit it.
Auhut never ottered Dr. Kuaaall
a duller to let Thaw out. He never dla
cuaved money with Sr. Hueeell."
Mr. Bears ild that Mr. Anhut will
gtnnuoualy objMt to Harry Thaw iv-
(Contlnued on IgeOBd rae.)
FLIES 287 MILES
frenen wkhoi rnouiinau
Makes New Fast Record in
Cross-Channel Trip.
LONDON, Feb, 25 A new and not
abll, record of three hours and iiv min
uli is for a flight In a monoplgns from
p. ii,. to London was mgds by lh well
know a French aviator Marcel fj, urin
dajon s Moulinals to-day.
Tin aviator atariod at 141 o'clock
thi'i morning from Paris, landed al
Cula ai 10. BO, resumed his fliifht at
pom ind Jeaoended In Liondan t 1 3.
afti'i eroaalng tha fbatwel In fog.
Tiu distance hMwcan Paris and Lon
don ia mllaa, 1 1 that during his
uluaJ Hvlna tints of IS"' mlnuti-a tli
ffrensh airman ih at muie than
e than aj
cue ud a hall a uuuule.
IN 1 85 MINUTES
PARIS 10 LONDON
(emrlaht. HUM. he
('.. Th Nw
INGT
GET HERE IM TOW
Straight from Holland, Where
They Grow-Kows in Row s
as Tulips Blow.
FAMILY TIPS HOHOKLN.
Papa Row Steers 12 Child
Rows and 8 Grandchild
Rows in Colorado.
Mynheer nun of Holland, tha man
who mIioiim have written tha wordi
ami muatc of that pniu'ar nttlgta hall
ballad, "Row, Row, Row," tipped tha
eastern rge "f Hoboken on and to-day
when ! r l H of( lh" brave ihlp N'Hr
dam with hi- twelve children and eight
grandchildren in tow,
They any that Holland l the pluco
where the cheeaea oome from, hut it
waa perfectly evident to-day all vr
tha latoma rhni al thr Holland-Amer-
wa una pier thai Bondervan, Holland
nil' loai c h iicrc in,. How. Ki'ow in ollli
row like tullpa or eabbagea There haa
been a arrloua (! . hue In tho iinpnlatlon
of
ndervan.
Now. Mynhaar now, roy-chor.ii"d
and tough as a teakWOOd Inu, In just
forty.nine yean oii ; hti wire nerritj.'.
round a a tun of Mhnappi and snrlirht-
iv aa a Herefordshire, l forty.alx.
Thay wart married when they ware
twenty and seventeen, r'i lively, and
ondervan didn't have lo wait ion? !p
fora the censua I , k in'K.m to gat
writer'- cramp
In p ng up with the
growing Rows,
THERE ARE EIGHT SECOND
EDITION ROWS.
First to come a Albertus, who la
now twantyelght and tho father of
sight lively second-edition Rows, Than,
as tha i low-form' d ranks o( the iio
mood before tin- customs Inspectors to
day, Ihoy ran down tho .-.ali' t ius:
nan. i ii i.ii', iienuriK, Augusta, ftc,
just I Iks tin- black ami hit.- notes on
th,' piano, mali' and fi'iuah' alti rn it'.UK.
unc imlr of twins it 1 1 t in the snaees
between singles In tha senior Row ram.
Ily; ono alr ditto In the How lunlora
The youngest of Mynhaar Dvert Roara
family, the twelfth, la eleven yeara old.
The oldest of lAlbertui Raar'a hroo.i of
Ighl la nine, and the youngest la still
taking his milk dial without tipping tha
waller.
They are irolns to Colorado, the twenty-three
ROWS, Colorado has suffered
In the past Invasions of potato I-uks. of
tin-horn gamblers and had men from
the Uranus. Hut iifvrr nay, never has
that fair .State had such an Invasion Ol
Hows upona ROWS as Ihw one now BC 1-
ng westward toward lor borders,
The Hows were farmera In Holland,
hut when It looked as if they would
push each other over the dikes into the
Buydar Saa thay picked qui lark-.
roomy pia'e for the oultlvation of more
Hows.
CRANDPOP ROW WHISTLED UP
ROWS IN A ROW.
Colorado h it!
Taey distributed theaiiHolvoa In lay
era over five staterooms on the Noor
dam. Whenever meal time Oams
Mynheer Hvert How would take his
stand In thn mUMIe of the main deck,
place two Angara hetwen his teeth and
blow a ptarclng blaat. Than ail of tho
Itnwd oull rally round the colors
Orandpop How's trousers aie of a Itvsl)
and aplrited hue - mid march In pha
lanxes on the saloon
The ROWS ars all u I oUI h people.
The that nlrfht the) said Utalr prav
ira in Unlslon, an it Is said u.v the
Knordam'n officers, the quartermaster
,,M the bridge thought he heard a fog
whl-tle oh' Ilia port bOn ami ran; fur
th, reverM on tin- suglnea.
FOR RACING, SEE PACE II,
0 RUSSELL
23 ROWS IN ROW
OF MYNHEER ROW
Circulation Books Open to All."
Th Prr. Puhtlsblue
York World I.
NEW
SHEA CONFESSES;
TBS OF SYSTEM
IN SWEENEY GRAFT
Penitent Collector Also Sends
Priest to Whitman With
l Msclosures,
EAST SIDfi GO-BETWEEN.
Whitman Is Planning to Bring
New Indictments Against
Sweeney.
Ashley Shea, th.- Harlem crumbier -rlio ;
was iniiictni vaatarday. made a ione
confession tip District-Attorney Whitman
this afternoon, Hhei aald ha acted s
one of the "COll
Store" Of (mft In Mar
ti Hat of thirty placet
said, ha made reauiar
money h not. he Midi
to Herat Polar Duffy
. i-iii lie sat S
from w di h, he
I collactlona, Tits
tni ned re er
J and i
i under
underat I thai Duffy who i
Indictment transferred tho ,xi-
1' 'tlona to Inapei tor Hweeney,
Preparations were made n- I'latrlrt-1
Attorney Whitman to-d:iv to find nnw
I Indictments agalnat cant. Dennial
Sweeney baaed on his sllsgsd grafting
' operations when ha w a In charge of J
' the sixth inspection District The in-
i diriment attacked hy sfwurney'a coun
' aol In court yeaterday baOgUM of a de
fect connected with a dr.: win bs
d rapped.
There may half n dOMH or even ten
Indictments found against Uwesnty
hasad on allagad eumulatlva offanaM
It Is not likely that his ease will com-
to trial before Api 11. as Justice OofI
I leaves the criminal Hranuh of tha gu
preme Court for u month on t ie let
; of March and It la the desire of the
i District Attorney to have Uweenei tried
' before Justice OofI.
I A Roman Catholic priest, who rrruaed I
I lo reveal his Identity, called on tho Ida- .
tr: t-Attorney to-day. He sill h" r, pre-
I santed a consciences trlcken man who
j hud aeled us a go-hetw,i'ii for grafting
I police oflloers and Illegal resort keepers
I for many years.
The prhat promised to produce this
i victim of conscience before tha Orand
'Jury. It la aald that the repentant one
has Man a "collector" on the lower
Bast f ile and hat. revelations to make
1 of dealings between police officers and
Rosls Hi i ts. who was SCPl . 'ed to a
year in prison yesterday. The collec
tions of the man whoso teaiimony the
I District-Attorney bopM to gat Mfors
i tnu Qrgttd Jury wars divided, according i
; to report, in Plainfleld, N- J . nmong
i representatn ss ol ci ri tin policsmi a.
It la li d known waether or Hot Party
Nagli ei. Tammany leader of the lower
I part of in Thirtaantli Assembly District
j Will go before tae Orand Jury, Nagla
tola th,- DlstrlcUAttorney yesterday tnut
ba o.nl known, lrolil .'ouin.oii rejorl,
tor a long time thai Capt Walsh was
oollectlng graft lo Harlam and he had
tried io have Walsh transferred, Har
inn rumor, according ui Nggla, whm that
a Part of the graft went to Police Head
quart'-: s.
To, n Lloyd, the Harlam laloonkeepar
nnd politician, w.io confeassd yestsrday
that he paid 100 a week to Walsh for
tin- privilege of nperatlng a pj.ol room
at One Hundred and Twenty-nhit h street
gnd i'ark avenue, vlsll-d the I'lstrlrt
Attorney to-day, Lloyd wdi go before
the Orand Jur Thursday and It la ex-
peoted that addiiion.u indictments win
be round on his evidence,
Capti Walsh, who travailed downtown
yesterday In an automobile and pleaded
gi.iity to an Indictment oharging him
nitii accepting a bribe, telephoned from
his bonis to tbs IMsti h t-Atlorney to
day that bs i" feeling much batter
There ha" been su h Improvement n
Walsh's condition thai al. Whitman
bellsvM lhara win ba no danger in
pnatponlng the gwseney triui, in which
w.tiaii grill ia- tae chief witness for the
State, until April
WINS 14-MINUTE TRIAL.
1
r la,
,W to
e-s
it one lag, M..ri
e ei al druy at,
I sin
res. o
from a
I ie HU
lied th.
r d
i day woo a v t ni
Jury hi l oi . .1 ut
I prams 1 'ourt. all
Shortest trial of
of 910,000
I". dally III
what Waa 01
accident 01
. win. gppai
b- Joseph A. S.
ii larelni
i in Nov. lasi
hv gn ii. lo nwne
Co., .in I UOtll Uf
line had to ..
Uaguu at : l,
charged i he .,..11
l Ii". u'cla -k lb.- I
lh
d by
hi.
all,, i1
ill I
Ii. wis run down
Cru si Kaelan
Ii ' waa oken.
..ii i Tin- irlal
I istioe Mel my
1 o loek. Ily
i.n. relained Wi'.a
HhaWi an utio -
the , erdl
11. i
.. reorvseuicd U auuiujilt uwucia.
V S rv. ,V,i.'t
YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
rtBnJSOX MlMm
PLEADS IN COURT
aa. ' -ik k J6 LgggggB I
a j
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I CP ' ' . 171
j GWATHMEY "vx
l 5,sj,i e.a-.a..a e a a - a e-a-a e e i a a-a -e-a a e-e e e e e-e e e e e . a --,' m,
. -
INCOME TAX NOW ROOSEVELT FOR
ARTICLE XVI OF ! NON PARTISAN
THE CONSTITUTION
Secretary Knox in Proclama
tion Announces New Amend
ment Is in Effect.
WASIIINll'I'i.V. Bab ". To.. '
..line Tax nu Imtail lo tha t'unilltu.
lion o" the United Matai was put :w
egTaot al noon loday In a formal pro
lamgktlon b decretory of state Philan
der 0, Knox The amendment, Hie 1r-i
sine that enacted fotty-iive years ai,
abollahlng slavery, is tin sixteenth add
ed to the original Constitution,
Tie proclamation f..n iwsd th,- rattflca
Hon of tin- lnco.ua ''.ix rsaolutlon
thite-fourtas of th gtates In Ibe Union
after its passags by Congress. Under tha
law it is naceaMry f"p 'he gsoMtary t
State oflDelall) to proclaim to the Pres ..
dent gnd to me gauntry lha adoption f
anv Constitutional amendment, bafors
it baeomM ralid.
HAMMERSTEIN MARRIED?
RUMOR ALONG BROADWAY
HAS IT OSCAR'S WED AGAIN.
Mystery Surrounds Identity Re
ported Urlde ( Grand Opera
Impresario,
A rumor spread through Broadway
this u't'-i noon th it Oacii 1 1 a 1 1 ' i ssla,
the impress ill ' an I lover of trouble,
h l been married wlthlti th" last raw
wi ska, Mr. Hammerataln received
I many Inquiries on th subject over ,ha
I ti lopli'iiie, but declined lo dlscusi i ega
cept In a dire i lnt low.
-'lt Is no ii-.- lo a- . aie through this
telephone," he sa d "Cnma to my
loe, How logsj w ill i take u t gel
I hero? Fifteen mlnuiesT Then i shaii
ivilt her f ir I'"' mln iss. If von ire
nd hat it. "U '"ii mi.'- real about i1 ti
the morning i w-sp i - . "
Tu. lep.oi stand clrcumstantlalli
thai alri Hantnasrsitelij gnd his brlds
rnmrnm imuvuiniuilsa mi v., SSS DIum.
' siUv Drive. U.a bade ssJd to bs
. 1
"
CITY TICKET
Against Deals but Will Sanc
tion Independent Nominations
on Progressive Platform.
c... Roosevelt, lend." of the Pro--iiissiv'.
Party, oume "it to-. lay in nd
vooa y of a nonpartlsan llokat In the
neat iniiiii. ipai ampaign In oppoaltlon
, Tamnutn Hall,
r'ol, Roosevelt's attitude ie sxprsaaed
n H letter made public this gftejtoon to
joim J o'Connell, President of the
Hudson PrngrenalVS Club In answer I-.
one requaatlng the views of the Colonel
on III proposition of a union of f ro a
to beat Tammany Hull. T i
reads .
stte
I nm
purpoMi
In eord al agreement to yviur
i inn utterli against any pro-
posal to make : al '.lb any party or
organisation lo dr. Ida ilea spoils of unVe
i do not believe tho bulk of Progressiva
voters Would sanction any such Idea.
"lint l .io emphatically beHevs that
they will approve .' a non-pnitlsnn
m posed of thoroughly eMclant
: iprighl ami Indapendent men choggg
wlthoui reuurd to political adulation and
standing on a platform which a ns bodies
tt.ose progressiva principles that are cf
i local appllogtlon,"
j from gyrgnygg. n, y.
j Inquiry at the telephone a', that nutn
I ior brought a woman to tbs telephone
in response to a request for "Mrs Mam
I msratsln."
"W'h, is thlg speaking T' aakad the
I vol.
' 'I 'l. By l. Ilia World." wis the reply.
"Oh. rlnn off. ting Offl V oi an livrn
' noiiiiusT tore." said lh ad1. Tin. voice
sounded won uwo Vienna ihsn ."sjra-
I .-use.
iMnalnnn ml- ,-ar Roaaa,
in imi; pa Mr Uoo trosrl.
an. travelling with i vViatt, Hraal
d-nt of the Klrst Wisconsin Hank of
...l l' I du 1." ' " ai i sudden-
i, I and died on lha iol( links in ih
. , .h ily of Rome vest! "I n ifteriiom.
V, o, 1,1 Ituilil I
a. MM. U
loll. I.I, Hal 1.
ilil ,'inals ris.iui. il.
lli's-r su'l Uaamjir 1 !io.i,-'.lit la silsii.
M ttit Ms, asal Mm MMm.-Mi.
,-.lut la . '!,.,.
Circulation Book Open to
1913.
18 PAGES
OR WOMAN'S NAME
As Counsel for Mrs. (i warti
me v. Co-respondent, He De
nounces Mrs. Bishop's Suit.
FVIDIfNCH ALL VAGUE.
Attorney for Banker's Wife
Says He Will Produce Plenty
of "Particulars."
Henry W Taft. the President's brothrr.
eln,uently defended the nam of Mra
lejln Dalnea tlwaltimey. the aorlety
woman who la named aa cn-reapundent
In the dlvorc action hrouaht by Mra.
Abigail Hancock lllshop agslnst her
hushitnd, hankr Jesnea Cunningham
lllshop. when a motion for a bill of par
ticulate waa argued before Hupreme
Court JUStlCS I .eli man to-day. Mr. Taft
demanded that Mra. Illahop be com
pelled to tell on what evidence she has
llnksd Bishop's nams with that of Mrs.
ilwathmey and how and where Mo ob
tained It.
Mt. Taft asaerted that Mrs. Wshop's
cbsrgea were groundtaaa and that Mrs.
owathmey. wife Of J. Teriralg Owttlft.'
may, fnriner head of th gtook Bx-
hang, bad an unhlemlehed reputation
previous to Mre. lllehop's arcueatlons.
Answering Mr. Taft. Cyril F. Dos
I'aeaos sand in court he would see that
Mr. Illahop gut "all the particulars be
was snUtlsd to."
DECLARES EVIDENCE IN ALLE
GATIONS IS CIRCUMSTANTIAL.
Nevertheleie," declared Mr. Taft,
'this plaintiff. In eupport of her motion
for alimony aJid counsel fees, charged
that In the latter part of last Lsecem
bar her bUgband had gone to tho Hotel
Aator with Mra Dwalhmey. Thla Your
Honor should know.
"A chambermaid was taken to tha of
fice of Mr. lllshop and she Identified the
defendant aa the man she saw In the
botat. The maid did not know the name
of the woman, nor did she know Ibat tha
man waa Mr. Hlahop. It erome to me
that the plaintiff waa lll-advlaed In
starting thla ault for a divorce. 8be la
now endravorlna to auppnrt her allega
tions by circumstantial evidence.
"Indeed, the plaintiff makes some of
her - bargee run back four or Ave years,
elnc which time ah end the defend
ant have been living In harmony, with
their flv dHughtera. Her aUngaUon-i
are of tile vaguen naiora. no 'ii'i'w
gre mentioned and no epeclflr dales are
klven. In the casts where th woman
is daaignated by an initial there are no
cat t.culars to enable lie to prepare a
proper defense. Wa think we. ojght to
have a bill."
WIFE'S COUNSEL PROMISES
FULL DETAILS OF EVIDENCE.
Mr. Dos Pasaoa declared that Mr. Tat
waa wiiath'k big eloquence bssauee there
really was no objection to alve Mr
Bfeaop full ii iu;ls of lb nlleed evi
dence In big wtfe's poaaatalou. I'he
CoUft gav both sides until 4 0'olOOk tu
prepeT' gUOg lnterroaatoriee as may Isr
waiitisl by Mr. Illahop.
Mrs Bishop waa recently award 1 a"
mony pendent lit at th rale f -t ...
n year, with an additional t:,isi to main,
lain one of her duuahters. Jugtles lien
drtck, who miul the award, ha not yet
determined lbs amount of -ounl fv
tha biink.r will he requtrs.1 pj -y
M rg ItisilOp'l ounsel to pr,,acute the
d.vor e ii, lion.
COMMISSIONER'S BRIDGE
INFORMATION INCLUDES
DENTAL WORK AND WHIST
'.lipping Bureau Sends Him Every
Item Containing Word "Bridge"
and Includes "liridgey" Webber.
Urldgs Comtnlsglonsr fFKaaffg ia anx-
ioum io know to day if Comptroller
Pi leraa"! vvlil K" a newspapei
slipping hii' Incurvad in tua deiiaj-tmeut.
Mvery item printed iiiHntiorilna tne
word "bridge" is tndsgad aoeordlngl)
and t ia lipptusa forwarded to the
'ommlaaionsr.
When in,, Commlsaionar opanad bl4
mail todaj th lutsilikeni nawapapar
i lippef i.al .n lloged art! I OS on bridge
iimtii worn" 'bridge waist,'' "bridge
Towns ' "OridgS ItrMt" alii t!io Iln.'l
Huw ' UnJgt " Wabbsr.
All."
'MRS. MADERO FLEES
ON A WARSHIP WITH
HUSBAND'S PARENTS
I -a-
Goes Secretly to Vera Cruz and Boards
Cuban Gunboat, Leaving the
Body of he Slain Presi
dent Unburied.
MEXICANS NOW TURNING
TO THE EXILED DIAZ
Provisional Government Refuses to
Confirm Report That Uncle of
Madero Hers Been Executed.
VERA CRP7, RT 5 .. Scnora Francisco I. Madero. wiJow nf th;
murdered ex-President of Mexicu. accompanied by Mie psrents of trie
fnlnffi Executive and hh uncle, rrneto Madero, sailed to-day from fhc
land which hides her vrre.it -orr"t , on Ihtj rulnn iriinboat Cuba, hoimc"
for Havana.
After lirtvlnf in Havana tlie survivinr: rrgsrnbert of the Maderr
family, now rffUSCeS from the military dictatorship of Huerta anj Felix
Dia, will proceed to New Orleans and there join the two younger
brothers of (lie murdered Francisco, who are now at college.
STANDARD OIL
INDICTMENTS ARE
ORDERED QUASHED
Texas Counts Against Com
panies and Officials Dropped
by Wickersham.
wAdy nvoT sM, r'. -"Th Tsaaa
Indlottnentg ....inst John D, Archbold
and other sltin.iar.1 oil Officials were
dlamlseisl purely because Investigation
dlsr1oad theie was Insufficient hv dence
on which to proceed,' waa the sialeinaut
th lepartmnt of Justice auth'Tlaed
late this aftrn.Mjn when asked for com
ment on the action at I bill. is to. lay.
"A f nil llWI salggSllllll was i ade by
representallvea of th Department, and
it -.tea d earned that th evidence whs
not sir. ii, g snougti."
Altimiey-Oeneral Wlckerabam. wh .
IM-rsonatly handleil the Texas case, is
to-day en route to Washington from St.
tsuuls. a'hera he a.ts Mm attending
court In connection grlth lha Southern
Pacific Union Pacific merge: dissolution,
dai. I, Art, Tag,, Fab. at. On ordtra
from the Pepartment of Justice at
Washington Indictments brought hers
for alleged violation of lbs Ihsienan
Antl-Truat la.v by Officials of th
Htandard oil ..f New York, lha Sund.ud
Oil Company of New Jersey and the
Magnolia Pelrolcum of Tex is w re nolle
prosami today Tlta Indictments wars
dropped path .leialiisi the companlM and
thti otflolala.
Those named
John I' Arch
in the Indictments
old. iienrv Flagler,
Cal-
r t s
ItHSo-
vln M. Pans
Standard oil.
and W i.'. '!' a si" .
and tlire,, 'lex is
rlatu. John rt
Brown, Doshts,
ogna
ley,
and
igjyagion
B, F, Bble,
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EDITION.
PRICE ONE GENT.
The
lepartiiro of the widow and he
hUMNtnd'g kin from Mexico before the
bodj of the martyred Pretdnt had r
clvd burial othr than temporary
housina In a vault of th French Ceme
tery, bora all the evidences of flight
11 realist secrecy ir rounded th arrival
of lha Haderos In Vera Crus. and the
town did not even know that they had
be, -i, here until after the little Cuba'i
gunboat was past the fortress of ai
Juan d'Ullon,
HURRIED ON BOARD CUBAN
GUNBOAT.
Th widow and the mother of rhe
lat Praidnt Madro arrived here this
mornlna on a eprelal car from Mexico
City They wer escorted by the Cuban
Mlnlater to Mexico, Manuel Marques
sterllna. They Immediately went on
board the cUban gunboat Cuba, where
they met Kranelaco t. Madero, senior,
gnd BmaatO Madero, tho father and
unclu of th deud President, who had
SrriVl I here yesterday, As coon aa the
party had gone on board the Cutoa
nailed.
Th.. arrival of the ladles had been
kept atrictly gaCPti On their paasage
from th train to the gunboat every pre
caution was taken to guard agalnat the
dlaaovary of their Identity.
Their departure from Mexico took
place with the agreement of the Mexl-
iii QOVernmsnt The Cuban Mlnlater
consented to not as eacort. and save the
use of th Cuban kunboat to the exllea.
m:icAys turning
TO THE EXILED DIAZ;
IRON RVLE RESTORED.
MKXico niTY, fev -Th shadow
"f the axed Porrtrlo nias, the unseal !
Dictator eXelled Juet two years ago bp
FmncIgM 1. Madero. Is lglggggpj
DUOS more over Mpxico.
I'rov ..il.mal rrggaiml Huerta to-d.ty
ordered the portraits of the aM "Uon
r Puabte," ruthlessly torn down from
thefl frames In public buildings at
sta t. ro'a orders, repluced In their for
mer placca of honor. Several largg o U
rtraita of the one-tUne Dictator,
Showing him with the stars and croisea
0i his various orders un his braasl and
the a I of i seneral ss.mo's uniform on
paulel and iwordi are now himjing
e more in tho National Palace anJ
other Qovernntant buildings.
Mil, to, upon his aasumpt'on of
otll " .liter l'orllilo I'la hid been
bgnlshsd from Mexico In May. 1911,
bad Ordered all the pictures of the old
dictator buriad tu cloaete and cellare.
He ggOUggd his not by ssylna It was
tinhltliiK to honor ao lavishly a living
public official.
Uut one interpretation u put by an
tha capital upon the act of i. t nation
y Huerta. it means tha complete
triumph of tbi
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