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had not been opened for ten days, and shopkeepers made everv
effort to resume their activity.
"El Nueva Era," a newspaper organ of Madero's administration
could not appear because its building was burned by a mob last night.
Marco Hernandez, a brother of the Minister of the Interior.
Rafael Hernandez, was killed in the streets last night by rurales
when he refused to cry "Viva Huerta !" A ctowd surrounded him
and insisted that he join in the shouting, bul he defiantly replied:
"Viva Madero!" He was answered bv th-j pistols of the rurales.
whnse bullets killed him instantly.
The formal transfer of troopa from
the rebel aottse i"?.k place ?'uriy this
poornUts. In the meanwhile tin ?jov?
?iniii.tr !m?'s tail been reanoved and
heavy cannon dragged ha? k t?>
liiuilqii rleis.
The i.ppointm? iir ?'. a m s i hlef of
pollen was among th? :-.??,* of ?i^t.??i?
whl<*h ?ttenerala Huerta ami Blanquet
wen tor? ? ?i to handle at once. ?'.??..n. i
Augustin Breton was named foi
post, snd ; egan th? work of organising
prote? t p ?? '.'?.?ii's.
Km I'lUi- '/.- : ? . - ?'?' n appoint? d
ilovfinor "f UM !?<l?t"il district
The ?'on'In.Hion ?>f hostilities, in lb?
apithl brought !?? '.ich' the fa? : that
iio?i??ii\i lleyeg. whq was reported to
? ? ?- ?.?t 4-? i?*i t t r-,i suicide, was still alive,
Th? story of his suicide was a mtotake,
due t?. the receipt b> ins family ol his
..loodviain??! und? rclothtng. He ha?l
?; wounded slightly <h,r?ii?? ??n ac?
tion near the iialace <>n the morning of
the revolt by Fells Dias, snd picked up
and cared for in on? ?.f the Red Croes
recel* Ing wards.
Stud?nt? of the militar,', school al
'i i.iipam t.? the number o? I9t>, who had
bera Implicated :n ih- plot l?.r tii?' llb
? ration of i"? lix I ?taz from i riso
who had '"-in held m .?onnntnnenl by
Madcro's government, were releas??!] ut
mMnlghl by "fi'i - 4 ?;? n? ral Hu? rta.
The pari pi u ed h Ih? i nit? il Slat? i
i -tiii.as'-: in the m I lien en1 ol Ih? dil -
Bcultlea m ihc . spltal gained for Hie
Mu? i'j.'.iii flag euch a tribute sa n : ??
has i??" n witness.-:! in Mexico. After
m??-.-- ng< r t rom Ihe ? mbi
Harr) Berlinger, had ?gone through ih?
lin- of the irebel linea to the Citad*?!
conveying ih" .-? ol p< o? i ? ? at
Ambasssdoi ,v s? n :.?? drove to the
Nati, nai Pa'? ilomobll? !?? ? r
.? | a white (lag on one sjd>- and the
Stars and Strip, s on Ihe other.
By the time )'?> rllng? r k rt ihe Na?
tional l*alac th? crowd had learned
the hnporl "t bis visit, and hla rcap
:.. at. ne wa ' ' signal for i
outbiir ?t nf uppl I
'" -. ?.' -, : ...
: unity gath? red in ih? /..! i ?in?'
.-.'?'?
in??i lie ma< a Itti th? Hi
mid Stripe? fl> Inn In the wind, Uroup
.?:;? r ?,? oup o? ? ?v./.- m In Ihe Btr
Ug| Viva los Am ?
i-uno*! nil I ? ?
Hundreds of lm rl< an i and
other forelgnera began emigrating I -
tiny from the dlstrl? ; around th
l'iii?. ?! Btat? s Kmba s?. toward I
bom<*a in si loo - parts ,,f the '
:!.. i? ?i th? m ?""in! their resld?
?... i. ek? ? h? Ils, whil
:.\ fill? ul-j
i? is, |
A few of Ih? f? '? '??'-?? r? i?i- u i ?? - ,
han their comri ??? .
r- ,,!. n. ,i th. doors ,'f theli !.. a
: that ih?' bulldlnga had ix'en pai -
tially looted, nol o ol l? n b;
aoidl? ra on on? sido ot 11.
I II? xi< o City I ? F? ?. ill, .
? I ' is? tolling - ? - : |ng w hen
|bs short ?rt? and stoop- houldei l
.?e. ? ? ? I p oil
th?? balconj ??: '.,.'kmal Pt
Ill? V. ll i k l - ? la.. Qg .l OUI
relief gainst ?[he brilliant!] | it
rob?n i? hind him.
"Viva Huerta!*' ch?rered th?
and aft? gencrt i
Ida cap and ?.t".?i bowing. Tin- ?
d thai ii?- speak and tan I.? ..
s hai had he ? pen? Motioning ??.
? '..?>., ?.
vol? ? ? ' ? itrongly.
. ouid '??? heard half ? a) si roas th
plasa.
Huerta told th? thi oni I hai he ne
[?cfMtles of th? country compelled the
i ?Virement of Madero, biatj that the
si?v? m? n? win, h h? had Headed d
be? n blooijleM and inspin ? onlj
????sir, t,, bri?i - ;?? ? to ?Mi .. ? and
sai ?- the ????"Mit! ?? ti? isid Btr? on
? m pan Ing i he
d'< ' ? eg I ?'<?:?
greai nd thul ? l pi him?
self <;..?. ?n,..- of ih? P?.!? ral ! ?.- ., t.
il '?'. i ?:? n .. Preai?
dent would lau named a?, soon ai
?ai ble, and .,:-. laed all to eturn t?
nom.-s. He - "'ins. lied Bj ?r?J?r
und ctolence
?Vh? n h. had finia] ed ?. . . i ,.,?. ,?
i r.-- ?i aiioih? r i umuli -,' , h< ? i - ., nd
Slowly arattered i" ee< . more Infori.
? Ion In p?a? i a aher? ? . h,.
day an ?ii>' nssed
St. pe arare tak? n il i in| i< liter
noon to op. n nt*gotl lions with I
Dias through the mediation of th?
American Ambasssdoi n lerta -"?it a
representative to Ambasssdor Wilson
re?)tiestinK hin 10 ist hla good offici*s
to bring him ?n tout b with Dlas. -
w?tre immediately talan bj th? ambas
-...lor to that ? li.i- and a . onf? i ? nee be?
gan lut?- in th?- afternoon
Then followed a lull, and present?} a
big whit,' Buteenobile with Mexican
..nd white iia^s streammg behind and
?ssiing two otti era l?efl the main door
of the palace and dsshsd up Avenidas
l.i.z ) Si-is ,i. Septiembre snd Ind -
pendencia In the cttroctlon ol th.- Cita?
?i? '.. n had bean sent to tall Dlas wl p
had happen? d.
The pr'\ ions srmlxtic? had remained
In foros to a *-?- * r ? ? ; i dia ussion between
Ihe l'YIk l.stafi' leader and th? heads ol
the pala. ? Btrangely enough ulmosi
Immediately sftsrward there aras th?
liveliest iiiii.K f?-r foui ?lays started up;
and for half un hour the haul, of na
chine ?juna and riii.-s s*as continuous
l.etween the f?-d?-ra!y ? i,. ?. s.?-. . I to tho
assi of th?- Citadel and the rs?Hl o it?
p. .Ms
Then came ? h nul'' call, .,i.l?t Ing thai
ihe filil?? . ? ,'ih?', and things gn quiet
anaill
Tliouxarids of p. i son? I,, ??an tO swaim
tu th?-- ?*enirs ?,f the eitj t?a find obi
ahat had hntppsned. Rin.? v. art aa
ri.it K i?^ bulista had I.i? n .It was BSld
lhal .Madero, Kin? st?, and Oustavo and
sev?rsl Cabinet ministers had '..'on
?hoi Another roi lhai Mad? .
wife and ..ih?-: memberi of hla *.nii
bad fled from Ibe cit: ? arly in the d
in V? ra Cms.
< >ne st ? .1 y thai gained ? reden ?
i '. la Barra bad i.n pro? lalm
Pr? tldent. ? >ne could heai anythli
on? wanted.
Shouting crowds b] edil) formed a i
mar hsd up and down San Franela
and ? ?In? o d< Ma* o a* enui a, Jnar
street ?m?! til? lower par! of the Pas?
? l - ?ring and yelling. Some ga ?
for i ?lax, others for n uerta, and ???'>??
for i ?.- ka Barra and Blanqix t.
So or s s? allowed to enter the i
ace. i in? ? ? n sirn; oil!? ci ;- pi.
the ti-ir? ?hold of tli" ? entre ? ntran
tiii.w up hla handa with palma ?
tend? ?1 upw urd and i rled: "Il is ?
?.- < r. Viv i M.M .?"'
"\ Iva M n.????:" i"ai. .i the crowd tli
- ? ?! ? !..si |j aboul the palace wal
YOUNG MADERO OVERCOM
Cornell Student Collapses c
Hearing Brother's Fate.
Ithaci . X. v.. Feb. 19 Evaristo M
dero, pr of the denos? 'i Pri aid
? ?i M? ?? ?. ind oi Qual vo Mnd? ro, r<
lapsed w ii? ii he aas a dispatch to-di
'. Ilitu; of Gualnvo'a ? ?n, Ile i
i ired to ins room In Ih Si nnl h-Am?
I? an Cl . ? 'orncll I 'nl* crslty, :ii
fi >r sot ti ? w oiild nol admll :i
i ? ? '
ng Mad? ro rc< ? i ed s
ge onl> a few daya ;'K" fr ?m h
In-law , th? \a lie "t Gustavo M
?i.i-... He could nol tu 11? ? ?? to-da;
n? wa :.I drat, he aid.
Ma? ero v ai graduated from the
n? l| Stats ? '. Ih ge of Agricull ft
. and will i? a* ?? h? "?? :?! once i
loin hli aiater-in-luw, ? hq la In M i
;. T? y
GLAD OF HUERTA'S COUP
Mexican Securities Advance i
Paris Because of It.
? ?
Feb IU M? vi' ui
? ? m? r to-day, witl idvai
from 7 lo '?' ; oln I ? on th? new
sue. ( -?: ..f the anti-.'!.:? r
refli ? ihe pre* ailing ? ?
i,- n thai the ap? ed? :rltunph
Huerta, ba? ked hy EHax, la thi
i hing i hal i ould happen.
DIAZ ORDERS ARRESTS
Would Prevent Madero's Fam
ily Escaping to United States.
I., r?"I... Ti *?.. Ft !?? 19. \ *? l< grst
from Pells Diaz t< revolution?r) head
quartern her? directa thai ? -
watch I"- kepi for G tstavo Garmendlo
Jcsua ! 'rueta, Juan San
etai ; . r. ? ? Id? ni Mad? ro, nd als?
i ?. m? ei ' Pr? lenl Mad
??
li captured, tb?
ore I ?< ai reated and w Id.
MARINES OFF FOR CUBA
Eight Hundred Leave Nev.por
News on the Prairie.
\. .. poi ? n. '?.-. Fi IS T i< ua* ?
irai ? ? ' .??'?;?
elg hi
aboard. a tile?! al * "" o'eltx k lo- nil I fo
u ' ?
Plie tn
0
Guantai
THREE AMERICANS VICTIMS
Woman. Her Father and An
other Wounded in Mexico City.
'.i Ml .. ' H '? .-. ? '1 ... list Of knit
? ? ... ihe fighting i Mei
..,.????..
of tli. ? htlni eatenl whei Miaa Bei
?
Knit. f.-red i acalp a'oun?
?
i ? .. ? ?
'?'.'?
."? ? ".?':?'. .
uotl?? i !>? Bau SntonliJ
MEXICAN WIRES CLOGGED
Censorship Caused Great Ac
cumulation of Messages.
ough the c< o illapal hi ?
from M?\i''. ? It) waa lifted aoon aftei
?. . aag? ' ? ' n Tu?
ihe grei - experi
.. ii gettini 11< .. ?i ??;
? ?
: i t to newi .ii-; at? he?
and coi erclal
i ? ? ? ? a, and Ihe i
thi wlrea a?14ed greatl to the
lion. Th? reaull waa thai the a
made a lalbl
alun on the masa of dlapatchea awal
The delay it new? dli ?al he fi om Mex?
? ?? ? .i ? ? . ? ? ; ; lin?.i in the fact thai
-??? B| ..?IH 111 :..
and commercial teiegrsnu had prec?
CHIHUAHUA LIKES CHANGE
Overthrow of Madero Received
with Enthusiasm.
... feb. II Tl <? . hi ? R? h i ?
-?..? . i nment st Mex!? o City waa i
!? pupulai '????"ii ' Itanta -.i thia
? ,t.. .. : let i'.- dlaord? and bui ?
nation undet the i ule oi Pr? al ,. ni M i?
.... Th? t? waa ? ? ??? lv**d
.. i. i..\ th? peopl?
T.ral troopa hi i ? a i... h had
t.. th? Mad? .... et nment an
ognlslnk G? >.??!. . Hu? i ? and Fell*. Dial
it .* ? ? pected ti.? '?? ?? n und?
Caravero, General Inea >.i..,/.., nd Gen?
??nil Antonio l < ? ? j ? t s and the oth? i
genti opei atlng In ? 'hlhuahui a I
to thi militai | aooi it:.
? ml.
Salina ? '.rttx. Fab. Il Tl e bell
her? show aatiafacUon .......
en! Tl.
alwaj i app? ered Indlltei enl T
tn"i it?. ? .-m . uni d? nl tu? re m ... be no
dl!??-!?!? I .
FUGITIVE LAW ONLY
A LEGAI^SUBTERFUGE
System o? Official Murder Was Frequently
Invoked by Gen. Diaz?Pretext to
Remove Undesirables.
Th? ' :? i de fugu ?*r I igll t tu
of wbl' h r< i ??: 1 from Meal, o City *u
" Mad ro s ui ?a ? ? Um, is s ?
d statute ti it long ' is been In?
i . oked In Latin? ?imeri. sn ? ?untrl - to
i ?! the government of persons regard? I
is ene i ;? n or unfi I. ndly lo the I't ?? ?
1 dent.
Tl, - system uf oltl. I I mtirdi i ko*.
? .-:!? n invoki .i n, Ih? r?gime of Pre -
IUent Porfirio Diaz ", M?exlco. B) ?i
? ? .- ? men w? re . ent t" prison foi ??
maginary ?(fence t" ih? Cbi?ef Kxe i?
: live or "ii t!?> pr?t? n< ? ?it -i'?,
Then word a*as cavsod to th> *i*...
tary authorities :n charge of the i r-"
! oner that he was :?? be transferred 10
nothcr ] ?.f confinement, Also *',i
?word would i" privately given th.it t?.
i in,i.-m regarded such ?i prison? ?
Ittle ' onscqui n?c< , ?So, while th
iratisfer was being made, lbs mai ?? ?
' man w as iho! in th-- bach "while rrj -
int: i,? escape." Thus the "ley Oa
fuga" a*as Invoked, .i!.ln"i^ii
ma) I? r of fa? I the i risoner n\*Ce ;.??
mot ? i?? escape his ? aptora,
a ronKpicuoui Instan? c of a??<. ,..? .
???''.?t'-'i m Venezuela in I?CI7. Ocn "??
Antonio Pared? is, a revolutionist, und
eral of his ' onin des wen captui I
i. :? i;??? ? i inii'iit force. A ten
li !? r ihe: ->?.? r,- at] killed, :m<l the re
, ??! i ?.i?v made thai thej had tried to
?ri.-1 their * ?-? ?i ?. In this < ase th? i\ i
?, ??? .i Buspii i"ii I bul un .i!'??ai', ni oj
portunity was given i" the pri?aom>ra
get .iv.-.i;.. which waa only a trap In]
which the authorities kn-aw they \\?,?r
fall snd thus make themselves .lab
und? r f., , on11 nlenl "1< y de fuga."
in .-? i-r.ii of the Central America
countries this alleg?ed law, which hi
? - been anything but ;?n excuse fi
a dictator to kill s person whom ha dl
i.?-; like, ha - been Int oked from tim
? ? time, bal not bo much In re :
.1. ?Santos Zelaj a. the exll? i
Prcstdeni ?of Nicaragua, often resori
i?? ihta method of ?ea termina ting hi
enemies, and In Santo Domingo Pixel
drai T'i;.-"s Heureus, it. bis man]
yean of da tatorsblp, bad s ret ??r.l f? :
Ih? des ths thai hi ordered second onij
to that held b) Presidenl Dlax, Ev ??
In pea? ? ful Coats Hi?-.? My bite R if ??
Tweets*, when h>' -.mis ?Preeidcnt, wai
known to have once used the "fugitive
law" si ,. pretext to remove an "undc?
s : r.? 1 .?i-."
in Rio de Janeiro^ In 1897, a soldier
during an a.fti?-?-.,i inspection tried lu
. --.,--ni?t, i'!i sii). nt Prud<encc Morass.
General Betantrourt, Minister of War,
Btcpped bctw?ecn the Pr?osldent and his
usghllani and l?oai his itf'-. receiving
the ballet lnten?ded f??i the Chief Kx?
? ??"ti--. Th? soldier was placed in
i'iisi'ii snd th? next morning wai fo .1
hanging In hia cell. The ofBclsl ....??;
a as HU?? iiii .
?. S. IL STAND PAI !
IN KAN POLICY
Overturn in Capital Will Not
Change American Attitude or
Precautionary Measures.
FEAR TROUBLES NOT ENDED
Huerta To Be Recognized as De
Facto Head Onlv So Far as
Necessary to Protect
Life and Property.
HUERTA'S MESSAGE
TO PRESIDENT TAFT
VVh! . ? . I'eb. i ''. ' '???;-.?! '
Tafi ? ??:-, -i ??? ds ? rini
ram rom Victor II .? r ? ?
I h-?ve the honor to inform you
that I have overthrown this povern
ment. The forces are A,th me. and
?from no-.- on oeace and prospe-it/ i
will reiyn.
Your obedient servant.
VICTORIANO HUERTA.
Commander ,n Ch |f
y ? - Bureau. 1
U ., ? t ???'?? '*? ? ',? Bit I ??
? | ? forei
I in irstion to .'??: ? 11 i
? i n a- n Mes ?, a ' -.
-.i led the
? :. ? ? ?? intll
form ? tabl? .,...:????? Ai ? i
? ? . ? | o i c-o ? ft'
? ? mu of th? last two dl
:
' ? . ? .
? ,: ? ?
I that ?seria ? ?
i ll?e a itloi of ; ID ? tul
i u..? .? ?
ti,- a,,,,/, ,,s:,..,.-.?: el? l In th? ? ,
and '? ?? '/? pata "-'i ??? ? i In th? '??? lb '
li ?:mi t 01 sin ? . . ? i-. ? . ? ? ?
part in? i .-??.,t.- thai the rebela In tha*(
.? ?? th ?ill i...t .?>??.? m the tat ? recl-nvi In ]
- M, . ha ?? un Int?
? '? ? ? . ? ' :
ful ?-a gainst them
It a ai mails ;
:, li | ,,| t ,,f i' ? ? -? ? .
? ? -,. (] . . that Hi"
selection ol b'ran. ? ?? ?!- ? Barra
uloi to I ? t'lllta-'l st
I'-"., luuul fi' sid? nl arov d ;????'
ti.?- ailiniiilatration, ? ' ?
Ihroa of Ma I.u ?i the talk ol l>la i or
I In. : I . . ? lid? r.t Sal lilt? l .'a "1- I
? UUItl ?:! : ., '" ? l. 'MU ii,a-l.
,i II , ., la.I ?, ??(! ' pol ?
the - tion Iih- sd< | I? and In
,,. :,,-, ;?,? It ther? ' i ? i be tl ? al
;catio .' to ? ?? '? ?? ?? ?'? Satis?
??a the titular head ol th? |uv.
: A nil?, i sdoi ?A'llson ? II .snlM 11?
eral Huerta - the ?de facto head ? the
i ninent ?? so far aa t u< sui to
prot. ' i Am? i lean interests, U ? ? ?
.. ? tu Preal I? nt Taft
"I have overt ? ? ? thi ?? rtiiiii-i.t. i
T ? fore? - . i? ??? nil m?. .?*.'i from nos
,.M i,?-.a. ? and pruai erlt; ? ,.i relcn."
' To i?..- ? ? ? un..?. '.: "Youi
j ??; ? lii ; rervant,
i Tb? ? ? I ?.-.-': .t.
1 i ?, i ;. i tment, H M .- i.- ? prutiable i :
? : > lu ::,. ni
, in th? capital prove ths ??? ? y or
") t ?? ..?-?.? i ?..?:,!-.
I1 i- thoughl here thai ?.. Ithin ? werk j
? ::-.?? ? .-. M? ? il??an ? lunar. s>
? uuld i' esaloi ??.-,: mit) s ill. ?
. ;, ? ? all j il i ? . ? i,.?;- and "t. th? !
, teut to u?.?., h i.i and his group ti.?
, t?< tin Congii - ii.. ,?,\v, ra ??' ?-???? rntnem ?
| will ili-i- nd i. itltud? ??? I i? L'nlt? - '.
admt ?. I- itl
ii' ? tltutl al form er? a,, -,
lowed i Itnoul dur?
1 ?lscli -- ? ? ty of sel? I .
II 11 ?. I ? i ? ?? ?h ,,i.j. i ;? '
srsy the <-,.!.? :??.
1 electl' ?: ?? ? bout II? ;
i :i -i? ,? i? ,?.-,.i.. ?: ,.?. ?,..i. .a a id? h a ; ?
of til ? fsM a liai,, , t, ;
? II ' Ibfil ? ? ? .:.??,? li ?(i.
?i? :,t. the w . sbl .;?-.? -?,.?.>?? nment ? sn '? ?
I rell? i ??t. to :i\- ? nrdlal ami s) mput
' suppoi ? ?" ti.. ? -. h r.s t,, establish a ?.?? - '
: . : inn- nt ol ? ???
Car.l Sent t0 Battleships.
Th? d< pa tun :.-.,.,? ? ??' t1 ? colll . M -,
Kian I
fo V ? ?.? ? i IS ll : .- t.. : ...
? ? \ ?::-..? l attl? il Ips ??H dm ? ? ;
' sill not -"?-ii - ?? srlthdrssn. 1
t Americana rho fled f?rom Mes!?**? City i?
l>ra i ru* to mhai h for lb? United
fttatea are cancelling their booklnga >n
ntcamshii ? 'onaul i 'anadi cont
nupervlse ibe wort ..f earing fot sil rsfu?
ge* . v. no aoughl ?? fetjr thert.
.! Ucncral BbankUn, a? Mexico
I'lty. rctiorta In answer to Inquir?? ?? thai
:? Hoi Ing Americana are Bale: Jeffer
?on D. Smith and wife. William Prim?
...,?,.;. Archey it. Wood, ? ealej A. Prl? ?
and family. Fred Shelton, I?. C. Mackler?
. alf? and H. k. IX Mm*?, llornes
Wlilttl?.-' and fsmll; sri al ? ? ? ' ?
Mint Biles liefer is aaf? with frtei di H
,,. ?and F. 1. Btersl and wife, of
... are aaf? Sidney South? r?
o a ia aUgl tlj wounded, !?'ft for
. ,. i ? ? - si .?.i s u da* nlgbl rla
S'cra < i ii.
GUSTAVO MADERO WAS
HIS BROTHER'S GUIDE
Had Long Been Regarded as the
Power Behind Francisco, and
Was Cordi?illy Disliked.
. \?,.,. ?... . - tr ??? ?? the ac as*
ila i. ? th? ?? ' > . ? ?. ?.. rti<?
had be? arer In th? gov?
M o ..? i ? ? i been re*
rah ? ? ll ? sits
? ,?,
. Mad? ... ? ? him?
?elf pro ? '?? ??i of M? it? o v
M .? ?. Madero
ilat? Mit 1er ol Inanci I
: ?...!?
? ? held that port!
The M? ? "??
mnt Oui
. |... . ? the
? ? , B'u] aakl thai
i . , ; i ?,...? j t in tii?
I'orflrie Otas |
?
? : ? . ..???.., luence
? ? i. Ma ero regh a
??.:.'. brothci i ?
th? Nor! ? Mexico
Sei ? his I it her.
i ram '? > I. Madero and broth
i :? i rato, B? ai ?t>. and ? : I
ere were eli the Mad?
the re?
? ? ? , Raoul
ime to X? 9
? .
of Fraud
ithet ?..'?,
: II ? ? ?' ..... ROB n
????.:? ivo waa tl ?
? ? ? i ?. i ?. . ? i . '. : ? ? ? i
lion In th?i ? ? ? waa a familiar
? ,? .-? in v? all Stieel .. a ? ..
; a)
M.- leroi ?.. ?* Voi k
? ? in" of Hal I . 19ft. ?? ?
S'-*i : ??. San \t toi la T< i
.... 'i ? . i ta thai a
.i ...... rifftil ? .. . >i ??
? ? 'i , ?? ? , i .-?
reatauranti
ih? i. ; utatlon "i ? '.?t? nd? ?
ll >. i Guata ?ladera a ? iated
i. .i Jos? Pino .?? ? trea t..- ? la ed on Ih?
; v. iMi Madero ..- Vlce-p.
Th? ? ?:? disliked .-' ?:? ?
?i i ? ?:;? ?. t.. . i ?. i him i .??
ii? ??? ? .-;-;,. Tl.xt a?-l
ired, wa il ll .? ...".: th? ?? '
administration re ing ??? hli .
?? oo .:??? Fran? I ?? n Ma? i .
n ? l*n itdcnt,
When tl ?? .1 ,.i. i ,- v..... in v tt Vurk
??en u collating f??- I h< aal?
f< million i? ?.-.- .?i : ibl ??? landa ?.. th?
Intercontinental Itubbcr Compati? Il
'..t.-.. ii,mi c,.. ai di liad ? '.
I ??!?. loi i. v* ? -a.
DIAZ. THE ELDER, NEEDED
Mexican People Will Recall Old
Ruler, Says Reyes.
Ut* tal It? ? ? t:. : . . t.... Preal?
..' Ill "! ? oloUt >!??:? BV? ?'. to?
Ida] in a it lour ol Soul I ...??? ?
'??IV. . ? . , ? tissa ; . ? mid
.' ' ? ? -.??;' tli?
j at lui in ?.'. ? . , ,, ..???. ?? .i ii,-- ?Jon?
lhat th? ?:?'??. ?
. : ... : i o I .'. ?
. ? : ilmllai to Ihe ?.n?' \>. hi? . a ovei
? lahmem
i . ;..? ?. ??,Uli ?.'? n.-.??i i>.
m .mli: .. ,... ' ?a'd .' .
? i me tl.it h< ? ... ?
. 11 ? ? . ? . . ,,.,,.
i.? ? . ailed, i .. ..
i.... ?I? ii? Mid Bui ;.. w II .???
ngl ?? ;.?". : .,.; .. alai ? ?
? ? * ' '. ? tin .??.. .. ?
:. ? .1
"I'? i ..i. ? i ' i a si ??''? ? ??? ? ???on
. ' ' ' . .- ? > ......
'ii. him. r? ?\ i 'i.tv. . ? uutig and la
fully ih :., ? ..... ??n t It! . n [n
i? , ? -, hlinaelf. X? !tl ei I . nor
llenera! Huerta wish? a t. Pr? i Idei t
lb? ? i \. a,, | obticul amliitlon Pi
.?? liKhtlng tu i.. |*i ;;.? .i ?Tounti ). and
? .-'? i .? |ieal ?? iii v. m do all
In Ihelt ? ...v. i to aupi "it the man : ?.
ia i ho ?? ;. to I? i thutn."
' 'l i?- i ',,i'. i Btatea ict? ???..' ? h? n
? ?. i ? : ?.? Intel .???.. In Meal?... ii tbey
had ? ;. He would have hmi anothe:
Transvaal ai on Iheli hand ?. Both pai
. ? ... lerill. . Um Indiana tha wholi
?.t .. *..vi.i have tun J on Ihe .mert?
. ng only 11.?- chance t?. ?je sa
patriota sa defenderi of Iheli country."
GUSTAVO IMO LONG
DOOMED, MEXICANS SAY
Friends and Foes Here Assert.
Thev Expected Death of
-Most Hated" Man.
WAS KNOWN ON BROADWAY
Ex-President's Brother in New!
York While Financing Re
volt Against Porfirio
Diaz.
Mexicans in this city and elsewhere had
been ??.?.?""ting !.. hear of fiUStSVO Mn
.i-.'..'- death ain a the r?tvolutlon broto
out. acciisdlng t.? Btateraenta made by |
several prominent men of that cauntry
to fix? Tniiun??- yesterday. ?Even these
friendly with ihe Maulero B4n*inlstratk>n
fell before the revolt broke eut thai
:?u upheaval wsa Imminent, which would
Involve the death or tanlshment of Qua?
tsvo, the taosl hated" of th? Maderos
? , ... it.-,;.. .,;' th? lYesklent himself
I'.. DltO K. de ' : libar, a ?,? lif.olinate Of thf
brotbei of the deposed ?Pr?sident, seid he
had embraced Unstavo lasslero Ihrse
v.. "?.s .'.^.i with ti|p feeling that be araa
parting from him for? ? ? r. Mr. Oorlltar,
i?!.,, v,.1, dressed la mourning, espleJnsd
that he had put U '?'i y-f'-riJay iimn,:- ^.
...iiviri,-, d thai before the ?!.?:? a*aa over he
would h**r <?f hla friend's death. Al Dut
time th- "i.i- Information he bad received
from tfeslco ?aa that Gustavo waa ??
,? Lsoner.
?; ?? ? at? ?one '?..' : ago to*d ?:. aid Mr.
<;.?iii.ar, 'i ssld to ??'?M.iMi Madero,
??;.i by. i am going to An? rlea >>?<*auee
; ..?- noi wish t?. ???? vn inot.' That waa
I i."f..r. tie ren-oli had brofcan out lie
la igh? d at n.,. hut I l?..,ctv it had to
? oil,
"'inst...,, s*aa a lit,?' man, a gentleman,
i,'it be mot hi,i round?'.! by had ?advisers
That ?a- wh) he wsa ao uniiapubir.''
Not Surprnsd sit the Newa.
Kao'.ll Debets, .-oil Of a fOTUtOl ,;
i?. :? ,.f v. ru ? r'?.'. ?i??? tared that the news
..f lladero's esecutlon waa t?" Burprtse
t.? him He dtssgr? ed --?. ?t?i Mr. * ;?.rt
bs| . '..-,,aV "f ?.'?-ita' ,. Olli.r that.
?. . h? ?11.1 n." knon him i" raonall:.
ho thoughl Uustavo responsible f"i much
?.r ti..- Madero inlsrule thiares, ll ???
i,... ? i \ , -pr. aid? ? '. ?>'.-" was , l' i '? oat
rdlng t-> Mr. i ?? ?1 ? as. While ?i i
, - ? r-- ,'???: thSl H . i:'.:: had ' ? .; I :.
?Mr {?-{? ? v-a. ?,t tap 'I'll,'.-:, thai I,'"'
wo ild ii??t get .."t of the co'intrj sll ?
?? received cable m?***?sgei from ?/era
Crus ??nd Jalapa, the capital of thi State
of Vers Crus, giving prsctiiralli th? bshj?
ne*** as .,h oatalned in th- presa dis?
p?teii?v-t this raorning, said Mr, Dehesa.
"Thoua'a the Mwepapers sa;.- that the
coup d'tHal ? u ,i plot on the part of
Hitarte snd BUiiqtiet, I ?believe we si...d
find later tl el the ?Senat? ?leposed M..
Urri and put ??' ?IK : ?1 HU4 rts In ? '?nv
"ii would not surprise : i grei tly to
Icar Ihsl Msd? : ? a .1 i???' . ? i
would call here a 1 n hing pai ly.' Until
? . . \ . ? .?. Uli. of hla death arrive '.t
u ni bs Imp?slb a t,, det? rmln? ??? it
. it? - t ?sill .?-.?? on th? poi D ,i l
<|.. nol i.. '?-? vg Oust th Mad? :?? gol ?
tnenl hsd a aufai lent folios rts 1 ? ? ? i
? ? .- ..- nv '? thsn itlsfscl on.
Says Soldier I?? Needed.
Mi i "? is i.I that oithi i.... ;
? . : ' ? ouM '?'?? ? I? '? i
? ? '.?? lidtrai : ? th? i of ti .
.. i mid ? ontrol the a II a..
rxtrei doubtful whether l'r..: .. ^.>
., (larra oi an ol ? I Ian would
Th.? s..l?llT'. WltlKMII WhOSa BUp?
i .?it i... i'i- Bid? at ? ,,? d hop? t I . ? i
It ?a;.* ?,is belle! that either IXai or
Huerta ? ??id ;?. a da '?? the election of
tl ? otter, t'.?r l.oth b? '.i th? p. a ?? and I
? ?.-r i ?.f tia'ii ' ?.- : r. t ? \ paramount,
g? i? ml ' - ..?-.,; hou ?-?? wtt'j
branche? lies ?? ? it- :? ? IvhJ ? ncour?
I esl ... ' ..: ? Bl "'
..id thai ih? . a ; ad on? ? rei d ?
sin? ?.ut, si d R ? '?? Dun
ft i I s cablegram whl . rted
that all th? Ii emplo i w?ir? ?.?.?.?, and I
'Order I eli tored."
i'i. ??? i :. r. huui -? itlghl ' M a
. .i'i ? .ti : ,.'. ' ??! ? ? '. : .,i :'.., off!? I ll
itiui : a? H ? a? i ?pesa? ntlog i>
new Rovernraenl \ I? ?Consul Jlaaenes
tttd i i ' did not ?x| ' an thing ?;? i
*..-.i., ...? H ? .. ild tak? a . Mm? i?
> ri ?? : or? Ign ? iflVV ?
TO EXTRADITE CRUISE
Detective Goes to St. Louis to
Get Alleged Bigamist.
i " le Hi ? Rernsrcl I .I, ,>t i ?lat? I
Alt?me; ?A'hltmun'a staff, wenl to tit.
i.t? da
1 ': la. . form? ??jllc? . ? i
v. i... ante. ., Ser a
...' . ;. f-.: M hlcli '.? V... ?
-.?i,., itnw .*,,. : ? la no? an??
III .St I .
II rat wh> a thai ? ' ..s.. under
the i tint ??! ? lurat? Al tliui ? '.,: I . tt ai >i
? ' 1 . hel Is* ful ., :? .,? d,
? ?? Uli ? v . ? M, l ?. rmotl twent; -
| two : ? ? .- ??:?,. ol .v.. Ill :..-?? ?
i ? ? ; L'rulae was woi ill ? tw? I? ??
huurs a ? . ? th . .t.- to k?M ,? ; ? ; tw.?
i alive, v en alie omplain d o l ??? -
in- I Attorn v' hitman it h asid \ ...
'? ' ? ? i .;...? Ml
l ?.-i aiotr. I?, lier tu , ii? ? ??
,,.!.. . d t? ti* . .
PIANO DEALER SUICIDE
Migginf Carbolic Acid Givco
Brother Clew to Act.
I rledm ? ..? and ptt it? loi
??i ..??'. -c ?. :?, - i., dnston
u?. ?M?i d I ; : Itinkini rbollc
id In i la.
, ' U I ?. i '",.. ? :.: 1
ui .v. i .: i..-.: iton avenue, sith whom
? had I expl ned to l*atroln an
1 Uli > ?? ? ..: the ]'.'. ?. lltli ?Ire ?? (41 ??
il siten h? a a at work In hi?
ofll? ? tu* roli s.-J ., bot le of
? i TI ?? dentlsl h irried to ' Is
[ btotliei'i ?., ,
Oaciied . .. ? i.-l ' ??
:?:''. he?. I'..:?..'?.. ,: Ulln ? .?
i ?i i : ,.;\ fin H tir? ? uoi v Ith V.\a ?loc?
i?n ' .:-??,.--: ,1 ,
llux Ki i.??;.. . ?n the loor in th
? i "i. of th'. -t..:. ., . Keating, :??>? i
er 11? ?'-... i ' ,i ,i, -i,i.
SNOW FALLS IN LOS ANGELES.
i.. Am ?I? ?. r.-'-. ll fco? t i: In i. ?
Angslea to- ,-. fo? the Bi : time In n in
? ?ni ? a traes v ;??? >-,. ord? i a i be
\\'"..ti: Uuresu, where the atatwuieiit
a*8B made that the ?moa ?\ u the r?a di of
l?iii?*is lo.al conditloi.s.
OPPOSE INCREASED RATES
Commuters of New Haven Road
Make Formal Complaints.
Rspreasatstrres of conumrtlng towns m
Connecticut made formal a-otntilaints to
gsrdlng th?> inereess la rst?as en the Has
Vork, Sort Haven & Hartford Rsllroad
before John T Harlan, lntitnt.it?- ?'oni
mercs Comralsslooer, In t?i" WTsld?orf?Aa
toria yeete?rdsy.
in : ??' Um Sem Hsven rood, It li astd,
; .iiM**ai tbs ?commutation ratea ?:<> t.. i?? per
<;erit. j,?vtni* ni its eaeose the hesvy ex?
pensa involved in ti,? ?sr?ection of the a?tm
Grand Central .Station. Tin. ? ;r*f nwt.-ii
Board a>r Trail. Bled a complaint against
thla inc.'';.??? with ti ? Keey "fork Public
s. rvios Commlaaion January is. 1912, sod
?it: February 11 i leeived i favorabh deot?
sion.
own?.- to tin fael tii?t the Efow ?York
Public Service Commlsalon baa no Jurta
dlctlon outside the state, th? Siete Haven
rood was forced to restore tbs old ratai
ordj so tar aa Port Cheater. Bat srltb
this action as a precedent, tbc Greenwich
bos ?. brought tbeli ?complslnt betor? the
Interstste Conunero Commission yestcr?
dsy in a?i i-iYurt to secur? the sana reduc?
li'i'i to points in Conn? i tkrul
Hugh .M. Howson, counsel for Oreen?
wich and other Connecticut towns, ?lc
ii.andi'i f.act ligares from the railroo i
representative* to show bow much tho
r'?"i really bsa to pay for hsullng it*
passentien through th? now ststlon.
These ligares wen ri.?t forth?comlr?g.
Th.it the road has tio Intention t'> yield
la evident fmni the Intimation of Its
counsel, Benjamin t Bpock, that an ap?
peal would : ?? msd< fn ni t!.?- n?'?? nl ?!? i -
?Ion of the Publie Servia < ommlss|g|
grsntlng a reduction In rat.?-- betwegi
Sem Vork anai I'ort ?Chester
PROBATION PLAN SUCCESS
Judge Crain Says Only 50 of
1,080 Cases Went Wrong.
Of i."*') persans ptsced ?>n probgtlog is
ti,? ?sjg years be bas bees an the OensM
Sessions bent l, only ktty iiava- liad to bs
sentenced aa ,?i r-fsuit of their faiim?. y,
l- fotm, ai ??>;,linii t,> Judge T. ''. T Ci air,
in sddieasing a tini? of yotmg man of s?.
Osorgs's Church, in Mth street, last aknhx
In a-xtolling t!ii- probation BjrstSSJ Julias
Crain msds ? pi?-,? for bumsne penaltlai
saying that he ?d not bellete in rapitai
punlehmenl
Judge ? rain concluded ids lectora ??t.i
an loalsfoncs upon a n?a?ognltlon of th?
obligations ??f religion aa the only ecttgjg
sntldots ?against an;, man's tailing ?mo
the a a; ??t ?? .m .
MADEROS SHIPPING CATTLE
Deposed President's Family Reported
Sending a Million to United States.
Pallas. Te*t.. Fib. lt.- A ?dlspsteb from
i-:: Psso says tii.it. ?enttte esued i?- tjsj
Madero fsmlly at??* hein? Bhtpper] rYom
M'-\i -.? snd csttlsmen aasari pkaa are
being msd? to assva nearly a million liest
of st?ock which tin Maderos sari ri.?
ftftri shipment at & thooaaad bss4 bf
Aii.'tfo Modero, onch ?t Praatdeal Ms?
d?..,. has srHv? ?i at H l*aea.
r'sttlemen complain thai t!?a? Mexican
(??ntrs Railroad " t ????i cars to oM.ar
i ii,i,.-ii. hut furnlah???! th?-*?! ta, Al.Vn
s\, '.-,.. TI* Madero cattle are es
;Hl, s In ' --: ?? a and Nueve l>;-.n
?B. Al?man & (En.
New Importation? of
Fine French Lingerie
have been received and are now being dis?
played in new and attractive designs, which
will prove especially interesting to prospec?
tive brides, included fire the latest styles in
Nightgowns, Chemises, Petticoats, Combina?
tion?, Corset Covers and latinee siackets,
made of trie finest materials and hand
embroidered and lace-trimmed.
The Corset Department
is showing the new Spring models in PINE
CORSETS, representing the latest ideas or
the leading Paris corse tie res. These corsets
are made of coutil, batiste de fil, batiste de soie,
broche, peau de su?de, tricot de coton and
tricotine de soie.
*
Also brassieres, l'enveloppante and novelties
in corsets for athletic purposes.
The FA550 CORSET, made in Paris exclu?
sively for B. Altman *x Co., is being shown In
new and improved models for Spring, 1913?
3f\ft\) Awiuif, 34?J ntii? :?Jth ^irrris. Hi? 9nrk.
French Furniture
from the
Hampton Shops
'TM-H*. graceful artificiality of the
( 'oun life o? 18th ( ?entury
France was so mirrored in the Fur?
niture ot that epoch that even into
the modern room it introduces
unfaiiingh its air of elegance and
Won F*y
refinement
Only however when it?. Repro?
ductions are ot such careful sincer?
ity as those v\ it h w hieh our Hamp?
ton Shops are woril to supply us.
In these not only the symmetry ot
line and romantic proportions of
the originals but their delicacy of
finish and elaboration of detail
have been prcs.TVed.
i
ID?tflPH
34 and 36 West 32d Street
Betwten I..:!. -v. ?. nul htsotXwat
Nr., . oi ?
HAMPTON SHOPS

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