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served jointly. Madero has ceased to refuse food, and. so far
personal comfort is concerned, he no longer resists efforts in t direction. Outside the room stands a guard of soldiers, and although th are no windows in the room, another guard is constantly on d within, even during the sleeping hours. No one has been allowed to talk with the prisoners, althoi their wives have been permitted to send verbal messages. Mad has signified nothing regarding his future plans, even if permitted leave the country. The members of his family are equally retice but by those most intimate with them it is considered not impn able that the entire family will emigrate to South America if 1 opportunity is afforded. MAY GO TO SOUTH AMERICA. Gustavo Madero, who was shot yesterday, once remarked tl South America had been considered as a refuge just before it becai evident that the government of Porfirio Diaz was weakening. T Maderos about that time considered that they were beaten, and h made all arrangements to buy property in South America. President Huerta declared to-day he would place the case Madero before the new Cabinet ministers. There appeared a stroi probability that the appointment of a lunacy commission to exami him would be urged as a solution. If Madero is tried before the Cabinet ministers, it is said. I will find Francisco de la Barra counselling moderation and elemene Alberto Garcia Granados, Minister of the Interior, will, it is thougr possibly be less lenient, since he was openly rebuffed by Made when occupying the same place in the old Cabinet. Rodolfo Reyc Minister of Justi?ce, it is asserted, is likely to remember the death ? his father in the attack on the Palace at the beginning of the revo "^.and the high-handed manner in which he considers Madero trcatc J him. With tbe exception, possibly, of one or two others, all the mil isters have personal grievances, thus making the Cabinet jury hardl .. friendly one. although it is not believed ?he ministers will go t ::*extremcs in retaliation. _? MADEROS FAMILY WORRIED. ma. Se?ora Madeio and the other women related to the ex-Presiden ? * ??spent the forenoon to-ciay in worried speculation. They were myst: . * tied and deeply apprehensive on account of General Huerta's refuse ;-*last night to permit the departure of Madero and Suarez after al * .had been prepared for their flight. The anxiety o? the women was not relieved until a little befon i -noon, when they were toid of the true state of affairs. *?' Preparations had been made at midnight for Maderos departun ."with the members of his family into an unknown exile, but thest |. preparations, although they had been ordered by General Huerta were suddenly halted by mysterious, orders from the Chief Executive Se?ora Madero and the ex-President's two sisters. Angela ant Mercedes Madero, and his aged father. Francisco I. Madero, sr.. to? gether with the family of ex-Vice-President Jos? Pino Suarez. waited in the station ready to leave for the port o? Vera Cruz, where it was believed they were to be placed on board a steamer for Europe. At midnight, however, the houi which had been fixed for the departure of the fallen President, Congress was still in session, and almost at the moment when his train should have steamed out the legislators were listening to the reading of the formal resignation which Madero had been forced to sign. Se?ora Madero and the rest of her party had waited impatiently 101 more than two hours for Francisco Madeio lo appear, when they were informed verbally by ex-Fcreign Minister Pedro Lascurain. l\ acting on the orders of President Huerta, that Madeio would be V I ?evented from 'joining them. Diaz a Candidat?. I'hat i ?? neral li ? <? i ? I ? C-*1 d* him?? 11 m,,. ua ,i provisional Pr? slden . ? id? nl from lb? prom ?* - ? ?1""i' , : ? d-d? tlrm -? neis ? ? - 'v'?! ? beM for the nomlnatl? n ???' ? P< ' :; ? i ? lit administration. ? ? n.\ Piss, without anj ' "t' lets it i e know* Hwn be will i nter Mm ?race Coi the Preside? and ? thought proba ?'? Genen H ? ; ta a 111 not run acairta-1 I Im. Tl m il to ? >? ine raaaon wl Mai mad? i o ? Ifarl to so lire th? i rovialonal Pt-esid? ?.? ai ha wish? d to Ix ? nth? ?.- '?'? ? to oic?n ? v, .,,.,i dirt part: In the ? '?mini.' amp-ales in th.- effort '." ?stiel ??'?? "?' th? ,t ?popular ?demands s new portfolio ?us been adtled to the Cabinei thai of Afrtcultttre. This baa been fflven to Manuel Oarxa Aldape, who ?was Identi? fied with tin- re<bel movement la the ttw?i atad is nos under ball oa the rharg*- at vtotatinc ihm ?neutrality towa of ih<- United Siatoa. TIM TieaaiiT. De^partmenl la cloee?i, i,?nding us formal ?delivery to the >now ?uUmUlaa be t?hie rat-Mac Ktntoiei af Piliari? a, ElUeatO M.-d'-r" Ail tii" .?tiVr fifti era ol the g.'v? riiintiii are opea f<,r th<- condu? ' of affair? as us n The Citadel has bees fornaall: deli - erad over v> tleneral Blanquet, the new . ...mmaiiihr "f the poet, the Dias forces i'.-ing row mil? mm r-d as l?hoy marched "in. Kran'..? ?? Gata* Robalo, a ho suc? ceed in attractlnc ;" bis banner ot re \oit ?n.-ur.Fi Huerta pooalbl; one nun? . i?ii luralaa. is asakinc little headway. Oonaral lYaachsoa Bemero was er reatad yeeterday ?r,,r complicity in this 11 -voll, anil ?'oloml Artum Vail?-, oi' tin rural cuard. was ?arrested to-da-j on ihr same ChafC* tdolfo Baaso, aist: ye*ra old super? Intendenl of ?the rfatloswl Pala-ea for m. nv yeora, was ??ec-otod late last nnsmt Soldiers' Oath Interpreted. A ne? intrii'rrtati.i'i of the soldiers' ?? lath Of r-Di-triin'?'. whldl ?loubt 1? ss will ir-t;in?1 as a pi-r.?<??,!?m waa mad? b Si'jfiirrrij Huntn In his ?address to th. ?tudent? ?if th?? militar) school al Tiai .,!? who t.?.;an th? revoll m th?- cap? X: ua I 1 You Can Stop Those Headaches M' rOCT head aches ace coage?tlT?. Diaor ?tared sto-aaach, ' faulty 4ig???tion,alag ghth circulation all f ?rodae? cougartion, con ' rOpatSon andhttlubii, ??siaiiT? ta? poisonous natter which cansa? It 'mm* yam* beadscbe ?dlsap-l peers. Tas ?remedy which ?move? ?roar bowals qulokly sad ie ?ster-ee a ?Borstal condition ?is ?VsTTADZ JAMOS WATTS?, the natural lax-atie?. ??., glaaa takan Is the morning or at any ' ?etna? os an am-pty sSemaeh act? ?within an hoar or ao ?jurel** and gently. Why sot ?top such I beadnche?. Oat a bottl? at any ?rug ?tore today. ling ,,,, ,;,, .. mpali . ugalnst IVlis ,-lgoi ? ? mor? than i ... . Hueri told ' es? acted prop? rl; - I lived ..... (vbligs ion as arm! m< n in - ?. ??mg "for the welfare of the fallu r ],,,,! v thai received commis ?i a to "? no laxity In ordin?r .... ? . rul? and th!a ? ?ted b) ihe promi t exc? ? .. ,,. ,,: e of the ourt: si ?- ??'? th? pa la co ? buglei ? had iir?-?i "i. iii*- supe, i"! ??iii?-1 ?| h? wording o? lin Jotai r< algi .''i": .:..,- ., Madero and Jos? Pli ?? Buari ? aiarked 01 tras! t" the ... m< i ? - rittei In . ... n was in Hi?- '."M" r- lef t< "In vi? le event s hl? it ha> i irred from Aral to i-at in the na Itloa, and for th.? great*** peace ??t oui counti . ? make thin formal resigna? ?lion <?f our posta of Prualdoal and Vice? l'r?Mi?i?iit of the republic, respectively, \,j ?? : 11.11 v.. v i. elected." Tin? cloaesi estimates obtainable ?f ?'..- laaualUes daring the OghUng In Ih? streets sho? thai -*i>???it throe thou? und ? ? om Ihe gi aal i rtl ?,'li'ij: .' re private citizen??, Including .?. .i i iiimi'i'ii. were killt i n-hile a-oven ti">-..-ai?ii were a*ounded. Th "? are no! ?*'>v?-riiin??iit figures, n<?' box tbe government made any rellabl? calculation, since m moHt ?a???? no ofH? < i.-.i records war* mad?- of the bodi?is gathered In th'- street? and In th house* shattered bj shells, whence thej ?rere carted '" apon spaces ? ??it?s??i?* the . ii in,., burned. N? merous Instances h;iv. I. : - corded In ? hlch whole families wer? ? i . it i.\ exploding shells, while lb? penetrating Bra of the machine guns scattered death through wide .t?i i ?populous districts n la still ? common .sight to -'?'? ??i-'ir.'i bodies lying ..n heaps "i traah which liad baen sei In tl..ines. Ti,. eatlmatca as to th?- loga ..f j?r??*-? trt." are nat-eaaarily gueoawori. bol th? damage amounted t<? many million dol? ?an MH*?i,it??eiit r?sidence?! were shot hall to i'i?"-<?as, ?m.] greal buoin? *i houses In the downtown districts ?uf fered a similar iat*-. t Against New Administration. The activity ..t th?- follow?*ra <<t Za? pata appears t.? have been turned Into |a campaign against the now gdminls j trat ion. A ?mall forro ?f rehala ?as Iroportod to-day in th? oeighhorhood <?r the ?capital, ami a detachment ?>t go? - jernmen! troops has bean ten! oui against than. | An aaeanflraaad rapori wax recreived ! to-<)n> that Ctternavar? had faii.-n Into Zapata's banda. Th?.??? familiar with th" propaganda o? the Northern rebels ?-xpr?m tin? |.?? li?'f that I'a.M'tl.il ??Id/. .,. In,/. Sa la zar and Other loailt-rs may n.,t t>? igtlaflsd with tlir? sol?, lion of only <?n?- of their coaaradea, David de la Puent* .,.*? ? ?'ahinet mlalstar. ??n th? other hand, it i.? \-.??n known I that tin iiii-n Who liavo bOOT oparat? lag in Um North ar?* tirad ?I Iflghtlag nii?i have rapeatedl) saM thrir main Objoc! in doln*?* <?o was Hie re? moval of Fran? luco ?Madero flOwQowcr. DIAZ TELLS PURPOSE IN FIGHTING MADERO Rebel Leader Tells The Tribune He Was Actuated Solely by the Desire to Restore Peace to Mexico. B i . M? i o Th? ? n Mexico City, via Gslveston, i Fell* inn-/, waa ffiiti?! bj the rorrespondsnl in the Sstlonsl s'herc Im bad eatsbllshc-rl M qugrtsrs in fii*- ..:ti..' ?.r tt msndsni H" srss surrouni friends, prtatfpally civilians, gn arrn: . m.?.?????. ?rho ??> re ester him cungrstulstiona snd ? ><>ii DiSl ?'.:?;-' in high BpilitS fot h r ?rtniii manner is more ?-t..! n.' itit:n than th.it ..r the ?* ersj lean, but his face vrore a constsu as h.1 . x.liiingoU plf-asantrl.-.-i v Intimates und answered th.it questions m t?-? lit?, e^perleiv es tin- siege <?f the ?Citadel. He d Bpouk ??ngllah rtradlly, snd <u ?-.itii th?- rarTsspondent through torpi ?t- ; il.' v ore an undra t.um. n mii a s??ord '.?' hla side. l?la.. beg m ssklng qu??stlons .i> probsbl? ?i??-.t ins triumph "i sbrupi l'haute? n1 g"' erninentsl lions would bave In il?.- United snd sbroad ?generall*. "i l.i. ? ??? ii hm! sn Infoi rnal loi your roiinti? SB t?? I " M regar events ??f yesterdsj .'" ssksd Dis n. sas ?"M Miat nothing hs? , . ?? i ? \. ? '..'. that th?- unes turn "t gffi ?i.- had ? sus? ?! a amount ??f ?JurpriN snd a been i o? )? -i'ii. inter?-st. "Nal nail?.' he ansa? n ? I probabl) u? set arsl ?i;?> s i?. t.?i.- 11 Hi.)'..it;.nes and t!.'- ? ?.-.????p.'-ti' ? be ? -timan-.I. II is 11.??" i ..... i sui '..,-.- t.i ? the I'nlted : g? mu.-nt. as v el! ,?j the i ? "i .1.1. ??S'.')l in -' ? i I '" . i.-t),r, ?i in the r.-i-'i'1 II? :., , t be don? ? i l. Ti. rnlted B a*tll .'!?? h is ;" en ??? i fa r. Mes ;.. .. n? r*ompisli I lo rank? i ?? ? link ths4 ?i?' Washington go ? rn Is 1...III-..''. ? und "on? to stor? d ? "?? ? i ? , . i o Id? nil "? ii ' it? . tb ' ?? ? ould : ? rdly Ik i i-., i thai the r? adjustment "f sdminislr Hi ?ropll imm?diat?.: ? the -? m< d? |i ii letton. ?, .-4. ihal u foolish tu anas red I i i il i v i ? - Id as; \?.. i r? ????'? wit! .. in ' ., mean* ? nt., - f? lh?? ?!? '. eignet Th? Kvldioi :... . . ..:; i<?in l th? ? onsld? ra lui I I : ' "I'oMSlbl : lio! ?' Me! himself it ? .... .i' . ;? in- ?. m ? . ? ? ? ? r lit?- ? t.. uverthr? tin? go vet nm? u ;? ? .?; ..tin- ' !,? -. ? II'.?'. I? :.. . >u lu??'*) d : m a ? '?'. t !..-!.. un mu . :.r:.-i 1st? fu th late i the ? ounti .Irlftli Msdero ? ? am? Prei Ident. Th? ? ?picad .:.--?' fu t ?"ti. ? .niiiiit M ? sa nol !? an n ? rn i : it . tA Ilex ii ana ? ho en ? ?? It. an againsl tin g< i?rnmeiil H n.. an th? turbulent ? rnei Ma.i i.. w< i. ? ? ei ma I m ".M, -? - ant o? 1,: ' lice ti? 'in- li at 'i s? ? i.i, ??..,., --. ;, .,' ' ?. ,, !. and ????,., ., : ? oui mol? itai ?? Th? ? 11 ? l?*?l Mi del O, SI ' :. i. ? ? !?'? ' H'. gO ? I I in? nt, to i;? ? p nrdet Ths! lia the ?? a of i hlngi in Mexl? o foi man ? ?-. Plat*? the i ??i?uni ??''..it n?.>. th? go? ? rnrn? t i Thai i a II the ? sal it th? i:-? emmsni ? annol pi ote? i I .-I1..I -trote? ' law?ablding eitlsani ?-. ? at?? avsrs? in lnt?srnatlonsl commotion th- |i?-i,|.i.- lia? ?? no f Bps?*1 or i r-gsi ? \ tot the m? n si the ),. ...i ol tu.- nation ! "S?.tn. on? un,] t., t;.k. , -tan? '? ..??..ii.-: th? ?? ? .k und lnefft-i ? m nistration ol Mud? ro nom? : mean srho had th.nhden? i ..t th? ! ?" ttei ? :. ,,!' Hi/.- i,-.. ss well ? . 11? i.i?-Kiiiati\. i ,.t foreign Int? real ?rhleh have Investad such hug? ium tnore here, a?Sdlng lo th? i . ? - TT'?-! .i Ity. Th-?,. w, i.- n,.. rut oi ? the main, one I Hunk your \- ople i an ; a].|,..-,|;n,. Oseta." "To ??hut estent did ? ? i depen-l upoi the co-op?-Tstlon ol the i.pie snd th? army In your sttempts t.? overthrow IfadsroT i?ia/. " a- ggked "Frankl-. I did no! knos n.? i. FELIX DIAZ ? . bim? i.i? ?ol.i*-1 I" lo real pes? to Meal? o and who ii foi pel manenl Pi depi i i It wss all a , ban? ? I ?? a I d ? ! ?? the only -??? a.? t?. iin'l '. I won i'< i- ?,?,.??? a dissppolntm? r.i w i":i ' did ii? : gain mo ?? supporl .:? -Vet?< Ci ? ? i ? er? i? leoui for thsl ?.?. n ? v use me from ? ill ovei ?; ?.f m- in rac< me When l - .-i hod iitn?' to tl Ink and t?, m .. ? ?:...! I ws ? nfld? ? : ; . ' ?. inlshcd front . ?? t ; , i ? : ? The ? hat i. "Do you re t? ??. ? ? ,. ... r ihli'l : i i | . .. ..?i !? It ? . ?.'... ? ... .?a ? . : ::? - i. | to ? : i ? ? , ? , ? 'I 1.1 ir ? '? ? ' ' ? i ? ? ? t;,|. i.i... ? ? . .., ? .? ?!.,. nderst ? i ??m| ? ? il t to tin arfa ? n| i ?? ? mill I ? ? ? aid -.,. i .' i? a record, that I i n< ;t. in.-'- sffall ? to.'h y i i i.i . ? ren for the ? Ifan ??!" i ? m : . Ithout record to m . ? si 'l n .'ii>. maj ? ? n it la i : ..i.. i. ? . " i .un a UHni to do ?. ii : tiling In ?sel i ? t?i.- beat lut? resta ?' ? on "i .n th.- i?!? IV h i.I ?"'? '? ma ???? . Il??w ? ?i m? ? ? ' i"ii ??i s t -. bin? i i . i l ? i . !..i b< n|?| "ii n" nl the i ?ii n w ?? ? an gel m? n nul uni ? ? ? ? plaide '?? ib? na' on bul ?i? ". Ii"'.Itold? got ? i i.iii'i :- \ ill ? ? ? .... But m? | ?i : ... ? ? j. organis?t Ion ??: ? h? goi w nmi nt m reina Ii .'??? i dlnat? to I he pi Ihm nini .mu ....i-, . ?.i i ii? for? es nus ?n ? on? Irol and lhal i- to r? ?tor? |* a< ? Thi I i ..m platform. Peace la i hi para mount ? onalderation. ?VII othei ?d? strahle and neceaaai ?dmlnlatrstlw accompllshmcnti will follow ?wlftl j ..nil sui elj "" restoration ol ??? i< ? 'i he n- ??? administration s pp< era no to be Inclined '.? t. mpoi ise a ? t i ? an; of the rebels, it d? elan?.?- all thai i possible ivm be done lo effet l s i*ecod dilation, i"?i m th?' even! ?it fallut*? " Its "fi'.its in tliis (lir?rtion it purposei to renew the wsr against sil of th?en w tth mon t Ig? : iii.m ? v?M More titan throe hundred politics prisoners hsve been released trutn th? penitentiary snd militar) priaons In thi capital, whili fr.-m Vera ?Crus are i" bi brought those who were Imprison?? v. .ih F? iix l Has in ih?' ? "aatle ?>! Sin .loan ?)?? rtloa, ;?s the result ? I the "all? ure of th? Disi f eot! In thai i Ity. Wilson Highly Pleased. Th? I'nit? ?I States Anil'.i .o. il Henry Lane ?Wilson, who played such i preminani pari la bringing about th? agreement between General Huerta snd Fells Dlss. expresses his keei ptesaurc al lb? rcatoratlau <?i peace, in thin ha 1m Joined b) every member of thf diphanatlc corps. a joini telegram was sen! i???! night to th<? Paris r??*.iii'-ii'-.- ..f Porfirio Dlss, the farmer ?dictator, i?> Fells Diaa, bis nephew, ?un? General Huerta, in which iiu- man deposed by Francisco Madero was informed Ihsl ii? hsd bet n avenged ?.?.'ainsi his former enemy. General Huerta was the officer who commanded tin escort of Porfirio ihaz when he Red from the capital t.. Vers -Crus Is WH, an?i th? Heetng ruler *?ai<i to hhn jn?t ' i? i,,i ? u. board? ?i Um 1 pit auc? I '? ? countrj mus? dt i'? nd on th? arm i as ii,, onl] h"i"' foe the restoration ?of peace lefl In M< v o. ' Kenneth Titrncr, from Loa Ane?les v ho s hile entering the rebel Hi ? s dui - m;; the battle i?> iske photocrsphs was arrested und held aa .? spy, was re? leased i" da? H? had ?given Ihe rebt Is an aasnmed nsme, The disrovery of tiii-, ?nd "f a letter s?r.n?.i i.? Fran claco Modero in h - pock? I n suited In ?n- detention STILL FEAR INTERVENTION South American Newspapers Pessimistic as to Mexico. \ slparalao, i < b M Th? i lew? ??f th? ii. re "ii tie mI i ?ut i. .n m ,\t. m. , ;,|, m.nun? ?i hi? by "Bl M? rcui I? ." which -,y It,,il I', ? -ill. -t't Ta.lv i.m.Iv in eS I'l? -i dent Mad? ro was a senelblo m i it con? tinues Hi.it Mexico i?nsplrea pit) and thai th?- i.i. .n: ?aituatlofi there isiralyzea any -. v.i. ...it.,n . th.- l'ni ted Btatea, trhoaa government wishes in ?hos itaelf Just mu? magt^anlmoita foi political snd ?com merdHl reaacma. The newapspei eon , lud? - "We do not i?? : t- ?.?? m Intervention, bul ?hould It .i" me must Inquire before .ging whether II Ik luel "i nereassry ?r in, i Itable <?i iiiiiii.init.il Un " Bu? o? \ i? i'? b '.-" i he 11? u ??pap i s h. r* r? Jota m tii? termination of (?be Mexta'i cr?ela TI ? 'THIwna,*' hos - peer, declares II fears faesh troubles arlll sriac aii'i provoke lntervenl?lon by Um i uii.?i ctates, an.?inst s hieb th? natlono ni S'.ulli Am.-tl'-a ninti't. I FEAR ?0 FACES SIE MORE noun. Washington Officials Thin Neither Huerta Nor Diaz Can Soon Restore Order. WILL KEEP A CLOSE WATCI Administration Believes It Mor Necessary than Ever To Be Prepared for Any Develop? ment in the Republic. | Fren The 1 rlboiM Burma I ?? ? iblngton, i'. b. !a. < me of the fir nlistaclea en ountered bj the Huerta?Dls government in Mexico is the ?i?'iian< ... ti.?- t'oagress ??i lbs star, of Coahuil m Issulag s decree refusini on constltti tlonal grounds te reeognlxa the authoril ..; ' ? ?,? ral HU< I ! ? A - "" ling i?> ?h Am?'n?mu Consul, Mr. Holland, ? .-;tra.-.i dinar*}' powers have been conferred un th Qorernor t" arm troops and maintain ? m ?tltutlonal lovernmeal In the republl? The Governor of Coahults Is urging pthe states to take the sama gelten. The sdmlnlstratten is ?.ut Ht all optl niisti.' <j\. i the prospecta f"?' | >!. xi. ??. Rather it Is feared thai neithe Huerta nor Diaz can brine together th< warring factions and thai dlMrdera vm'. continue I the i epubll? for sotm Un*. IMspstches :???'?: "'i Irani Ambssssdoi ?it .i-.,', to-da wars te the ? tttt t thai ? on ditto s were quiet In Mexico Clt] and tha hfavv guards a*ere patrolling lbs streeti t?. pr< ? ? ? 'ul? ? ;??..... Huerta i orted tc ha? ( r fortiM-d ?.mbassador IVIlson thai Gustav? : .??:.. irai killed without orders b. th? ?oldlers, -?11;,? ?tjkii th? press r- i?o: t~. an hi v. . ? || tuall* PUI "> d?*ati' bj oral r of Huerta The - h.ir-re was mad? i" tmbassadoi tVlteon bj ir'i?*ita" that Pram laco Madero nr.?i flustsvo Madero hs?! ?? two stti mpl t" -i . ..??? him and eld I : ner for one ds; . Tl . ras no I ? " I oi to-d ? tration .?.??iM i hai t? Its ; ? r 11 r ? : - i ? ' .-.? ird t-..? Mexl? si situa! ??? Oi th* ; Ii clear II U ia< of ll.ifll? ling i eporis from Mexl? " ? 'it and l ? dla oi ti nl snd dis? Mon in many parts of th* repubtl? ? ? ' S ' ? vv turn r: affairs it WHS '?'?? try to Mm .i lain it rti l >? 'i .?v?ail ?Jet ? i": ? ?? : ..?? \\ ..-? and intents went ahead with preps ?ns I be res? id ilvel If ? ? A :'?'?. ? : teems to < \ ricana slot i i t* >unds .-i ? ? . rai d?ni ?? ? - ? tad? : - ? or? tr? '.?-..- :, ii ? "olqu ? ! ....... .. , j, ? t ? :?'..? I ' * -? lini ? ..- ? ? ? ? . arning nited 8! I aroui snml! DE LA WWFiViO As Foreign Minister, He Reas? sures Mexicans Here. NAMED AS NEXT PRESIDENT General Huerta Also Popular, but Unlikely To Be Choice of the People. Bflrarssantstlvea at Mexl an busin?sa in? ter? t? in this dt3 Bald ?'f-t'Ttla-. thai ? ey sere m an eMler .^t;...' of mind re? gsrding ?he sitaithm In the Msxlesn esp? i'.iI than ihey hsd ?been for a ruimber .,f (] , s. Th? .'i? -?t.. ? of developm? its thai would i??o:>.ii-?iiz? private property tut lbs -? ??ral tenor of rxssc? that B?*sin?Btl to psr -, ..i.- the It) aftsr the more vtgt tout ? i itdlt?on thst bad eslsted iscently were ratrsrded as tsvorsble. Private advices retrelved from the Cltj of Mexico In ?sev? eral Instsncea Indicated that busto?? sa resuming s norms] condition. Th* selection ??t FVanciaeo ?..- i.i liana ss Minister of Foreign Affaira aras gsrded with partlculsr favor, for in him, it waa sid, the government hsd found ? man whose knowledge i t* International . :., - arould be ??? value In drawing r?? , ? ?' :n an amlcabl? understanding tb? ? "i. ". ho might ? "i i ?>?-' m to th? ?r? sent regime. it i as suggesteo thst t ???s lb? election at s'hlcl ?? ??resident t.? o? ipy the post ? ... :? 'n;...-; ? !'?? held ''.'? ' lei ?? il Huerts ??sa bald '.? la llarra ??? ?, ild ? :?? !,, 11 . '..,:?. . ?' o|c? . I if \- . ?.?)-. m.'' popular with th? ?,.,?? ? ? d ? ?:? i his guidance, It i.ma n?M unllkelj thai the ? ..,t: ;' S'OUkl tu,, ? 'ihis law wsa ...iitra: ??, bei ex? press? ??' "-?' ?? I ?. ! sd b? en in In! i friend <?i !?? la Eaai ra u h ? a .a??- and -kilfni when queationa >.f a diplomat! r.a' ire s'ere involved, hi ???.? ?i han ':? gil th? requlrementa n.led : .?'?11 h??a'l the Mexican ?^ > ??.??-! ? ? - ri?'i,t *?... gul?l? i' i?? a peacel il -tat.. ,t i ? :? :.?-i.il Hi.': ta, : : wsa asi ? ?y ?J i? ???. ?? known him, ssa a ml m .,? instur? and training. In th? prcaenl a better rnati fdr the position ??f provli ?1 l'r 'si,:, i t , ould hard ? . ? ? ?;? ? t" . ? nlcs of Ms?ii ro's .onsnta I '? ?'i'- a a:.'. ?:, II., ai tu? eXtSI er a period of a Five ? ean. a . :.? ' ? -... ?'?- , ??: . sth? 'o,ls ,.f desllng w it:, rii.-n ' Hi ? II and a ? a . . . ? . i. . He a -.. srrl ?? a? ,. .. and was respect?-? th? ?? ? d .-. t ? srm ? ? tied ind haa s lu ?? famll). I ? ? ? . ?ver. b - familiar ?? Itii M< si o and tt Il il General Huerta will hard.) be ??:? ? ??? a pel i.. in? ni Fret ; lent MINISTER TELLS TRIBUNE HOW MADERO WAS DEPOSED ? ? ' ? , ? ? Feb. 20 r. ?h? Kr? Ii M?dem n toi I . - !.. ., ' | ? apotuli ? ? r m. i ? ? ? ? ? the i mi n - . ? ? .... ?.?.. Mad? mop Ihsti 11 ?;.?-.. Km ? ?; "I: M Olid . I ?' .' '!? ?.. II | ?... Tl lightini m Mo '.. ?? ? ? ?. ? ? i I. : ? . ? ? . . ? ? . : ?i. --t r? i a '. ?..'' and ?. - ult on the < *it id? ' I ?? ? .. . ? ? , : ? ? Hi I ! .. ? i. ? ??? i ' nn Mm - ? i it g< ?. him ?. . ? inta sn< s i i men. II terta i< pit? >t that I ?i:.-n ? ngag? ?i In m iking plan whl? i. a >? i?i ? esull astlsta< toi ? i h?, pre fi.-i" talked to n .? rta -?? eral i mu- ? n T .???.'hi sud ?i ?estion? him as to i ha cauat of th? del? ? Fina |j Huerta said Mon the matt? i mui ... loft ?? n Inssmu ii a? th? Pi ? b <i. i.t had i. ? ? o him In ? ommand ab thai ii " Be r iponalbli N,,i long afti ; 1 .. - ." ii Presid? i Madero was In tin ? ? blnai room ?wit the ministers a-h??r lwo ofllc? is ? nterei They saluted, and mt.?i m< ?i him th? ; ,i.i been urd? n d bj Huet to to tell hb 11 m i everything ?n" read) for th? ? ?m tin tat i"u "i nw alec ? ' ?' tlml al ?I,. :.??i.l|. i ? M ? ?!?? 'Hi'. ? an read] to tlcht th? ? b id ' i ? n illapirlte |bj i" t -sistenl reporta ibal Madero h? iii (i from tif citj Bellet inc tins, th ?soldiers cou'd sse no reason for licht ? ing furthei : ?a m,, of Hi "tif ers s iccest? ?d to th 1 president bj Huerta's desire, he sal? that the Preald? nt make s tour o ?n?- luv s .nal shoe bims? if t" the troop i tu . on* nn . them th.ii I ?? had not Itod " 'What nonsense!' i icclslmed th i'n : ideni Thej knoa t ? rj s ell i an | in re and shall nul run awu .. -While be was spedklnc Muden Clanced throucb the ? 1 ? ?? ?t and ?.iw ii the anteroom suidui- posted so ??s t> ? ?ommand the full length of the Cab? im t room " 'What .n, those aoMli ra there for? in .I'liiaini? ?I. and he was told thsl ii ?.?iii thouchl in-'i'syar to hSVC B liodj guard for him. ? i need no bodj guard.' replied thi i'i .-? ah m. r.i Inc Oeneral 11 uei tg t' me Bomethtnc s arronc here.' ?* "Beflor fareeident,' sit ii i one of tin officers, 'bj order "f Qoneral Huerta j .?n are under arr? si.' "Much confusion followed, althoucb the Prealdenl ili<t not move es?cept t?i turn his head and i??.>iv throuch another door, when he saw more Midlers, "The minutera, much acitat?ed, mov?**d about, s?-?*kinif to leave the room. ?The President hod two or throe an?s These bnreedlately llred their rsrolvsrs. Instantly the soldlera, as if the) bad received previous orders Brad ? volloi directly lato the Cablnel room, "it was Marcus Hemandra brother of tin lllnlatcr of I'mm-nio, who ihres hinis ir between the Prosldeol and in?? bullets, il?? -.vus wounded, and nol lone sfterwsrd he ?died, i think. "Tin two ofllcan ->ho mom to i'ro?u dai ' Mau. ro wer? Lieu ti mini ? 'oloni i. ?.-' ' ind m i? i Jim? i" i Ko! were a . . HI II is d d ? President Mad? ?? ..? I? d i a i aw ?.? ? ? ? n th ' lablnt I I ? ?s_.m and th ? ? ? ? i? nt i iii\ ate elet ator it a.-. bought, p? rhape. to gi I ? ;i ??; iii 1 . ' ? .un.?til,' . ? I : * ,i!. ..-,., , ,.? ; . ? RtOpP? ? .-, !??? :: t.. :!.? ??' I ,.!..: Tl " I . .. I waa ":a." .?i ?l without hesitation lo? . i ' i ill.' ? a: ' I'.. ;?? | tl. m -i ? fool ??' ' >? ? s toi into th? ? '.rriii..' of '...' pg .. ? v ,.i- ' , "... Presid? li' .a. ??..'? is a|? ; : ... ',i o . n? hsfl to pUSS thn amall i? "tu. Thi t.- in. Presid? t .. ? ? leneral Blsna? it who Infoi me? him lie could not m?? . :i .'?..? nal .'. ? ?'?" Ulan ., :.-t aak? .1 i he Pr< ildcni ? i i egrel to saj **? tVor Pre? ? :ii.ii i .mi a ting undai tha orden ?? t..\ superior efllcei replied Blanquel v., . are linde* irreal I'o inusi rs turn to our apartment *?v Ith m< ? With Blanquel ihe Presid? nt .?.* . ended In lite elevatet He sai.i noth? ing. ?|t v a?. t...i |< ::?. I. f??i ?? ' ;??:.??: || Huerts arrived at the Palace H?r t???? aaluted th? Presldenl reepeetfi I lug to him thai tha ? ? nditlon .?f th? . ."iiiti v made II necesaary for him I . bandos hi* offl? ?? b ? thai hi i life w s? -.. t. I a?)K you to resign ?aid Huet la. i shsll not resign Vou may depend upon ti.at.' was tha President's repl) l must ? leid m' self to y?? i be?.? use 1 ?-..n are la ? paeltlon to ompel me i ? but, i?" matter what happens, you shall i n<?t hat.? niv resignation "Thai was all. it was not more than i.'ii minutes from the beginning to the . n?i ..mi soon tin ministers, psrolcd. , left th? Psls' ?-." 'NORTHERN REBELS WAITING 'Won't Take Sides Until Huerta Acts on Demands. i.i Peno. T?'v. r. b. I. Betel i tlnuing the campaign In Northern Maxlt o tin- rebels vviii mak*? certain demand? on ti"- iiii?*ita government The principal request will be the Immediate application of iii?- tend ??nut?? in the Ban Luis Potos? I'li'.n. as formed In the Madero revolution snd latei accepted by all revolution?r) elements Hate of public landa on sssj payments a ill be safcad ?\\f a:ii dsmand lha fullUmanl of in?* I tend gran i rteuae bsfor? t.? u t n>*r am sidaa i in tin* matter," said Manuel I? Lujan, far? mer rebel emlssar) to Washington, who returned late t.>-tin> from lbs lei.H ramp below Juares. ii" spahe for General leed fneg Balaaai rebel commamter hi chief, whs controls mora than l,eS0 troops ! now m ih?? ti?-iii i Tbs retara ef Vssgues Gomes, who in? neunced his ?iium is in?' provisional |*Tesideney before General Huerta? *.\.?-* not made clear. .**<-?or i.njau said Gomes was with Baisser Whii?* the rebel chief iiiui accepted the Getncs claim, an sdjuat? n.?nt is hoped for if Huerts's Cabinet gives guarantees thai tha pubUe tends psrtteulsrl) ?**f i*hlhushua Btste, waald be distributed ;.srdlai te thg pramtosg ?>f Madura ??n tii?? trip to la laser's samp Lujsa was a companted bj c,nr/. AJdspe, asmad t"-.ia in Mexico fit> as Mlateter af Agri? culture, AMspo said lie would deliberate hefoi?.' aeeeptlng the agtea. Neither i? it | frtaiii that Colonel ?.avi.l ?Ir la ru??nt??. Ha IS SSr^S ?huf of staff, will ??crept thf ("al?1n??t i.lao- ottOtOt l.y Hu.ita MORE MARINES SAIL AWAY Twelve Huudred Leave Philadelphia for Juantananio on the Meade. , g) 'I'. .. itapli i,, Til.- Triliii.1. i 1'lnlad?-Ipl.ia. i'ih *g, -Th?? tWOttte hun dred sBsriitsg ??in. ?sent <>n ?baavrd tbs trsssporl Meed? last nlghl BstfJc-d tot ?iuantananio ?ai ly this liioriiun.' 'u,:,. IN UaK'if isian.i navy >.ud. The M?sala wss to have i??ft ircstsubij I SPtSlS ?".rant, rotiunaiidant of the ?a:,I. explslned that th.? gels*; wss dus to th? !?"'? Ihat ti . Hans? ..rl's a, u. fi,,,a captain down, a? rs eivlilai a and familiar with th? rasaal. Tu. ? I ?? ?aid, had not ?been in rominisaioti for four yearo, and it took Um? to |< : In proper trim foi th? oysg TOKIO'S FIRE LOSS S2.500.000 More Than 15,000 Homeless la u.r Kaada District of Capital. Tul:!??. Feh '_'". Moi.- than 1 '.,. ;, ; s-?:,s ai- h' rncl -' as | rr*M||| -jf ?;,,? wlii-n ? s? pl through the 11 titre of the K i d distrl? t of Um ' Ity yastsids) Th? Br< "tart?-,l In 'h' Bsl? ?t OS Aiiny Hall ? high arlnd fanned the Ham?-.?., ami t.,. -;:'?;..I rapidly l'tom Btrc-St t?, ?,lr?A;. ?h r-trotirtg i,iOt buildings. Airona, the buha? in; burned ?\? re a numb? r of 'iviniies and public buildings, Ii eluding lbs ?Ssaslat Tsbernsch and the School '?f K?--r*-lgi . ? '|'i...i|is were ceil? d sul t< assist th? ?it-i'in? n. 'Mi th-'.? were Bhassi I? - a? im-t the M :ii<!-ilri?>'t' ".his. Th.- ..m.i..i i ?..nt of the Ira stales that ??..? peisoaia were killed, that 14M wen Injured and thai tb? da nags aanouats t,. r Tet'.a Ceaii WHY are the color, hardness and durability of a Tecla Ruby ihe same as that of a Real Ruby> BECAUSE Tecla Rubies are Ruby. Lvery particle of substance contained m a Tecla Ruby is identic! with that of a natural Ruby. 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