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me. but I have been advised to
that particular position "
"May I ask you from whom yon
"It is a confidential matter, whi
have been advised, is not neccssa:
state." replied Thaw, gravely.
When the committee returned t<
bany to-night Chairman Carlisle
he was uncertain as to what
should be taken next in the inquir
"Where Do I Ceme In."
Before the investigators went :
to Bee Thaw they had a long se;
here with youthful Mr. Anhut. W
he undoubtedly enjoyed more than
did. Anhut denied that he had
offered a bribe to Dr. Rursell.
said he was hired to get Thaw ?ou
Jail, but never could or would 1
given Dr. Russell one i-ent. He s\
the head of Matteawan, on the o
hand, tried to hold him up for a bi
wanting to know "where I come
on the $'Jf?.000 fee which Anhut si
to make if he fined Thaw. This ?
was ono which came to Anhut had
of I?r. Russell's recommendation
him to Thaw.
Anhut. Wltll a Wealth ol detail.
i.f meeting Dr. Russell at White Ph
last year ?luring th? Thaw habeas t
pus proceedinz!* He Mid he had ;
come to this state to establish a
practice and had Iota >?f time on
hands, so he sat around the ?-.-urtr?
nul cultivated Dr. Russell's acquai
ince. They talked about Thaw's et
the Thaw fortune, the Thaw family ;
all that concerned Thaw. Later,
said, he went to Matteawan to visit
Russell, and was "entertained royal]
Wishing to reciprocate, he invited
Rut-sell to attend I ball game with h
but they 'y - ? .1 each other. ?Somi ar\
Inter he lea rued ihm Dr. Russell 1
recommended him to Thaw as ? la
-er. avA still Liter one- II. A. H ?off m
representing Thaw, retained him,
bad two Interviews -?\itii Tha* ubt
this kgai bu*tn?ees. The retainer a
peculiar in form. Hoffman, he sa
tuned over t?> hin S,''."?"1 In cash s
Cons"h'iated Cns -?to? k e.|U;?I at t
market rate then to 130,1. For tl
h?-? gavi a receipt and an a?greement
refund ?vi-.'-"" if Thaw were not i
ieni-e?i by January i ?>i thla year, a
the peal ot the money, l?esa eapens?
if Tha ? wen i "i releas??] by July
Tmm- -diatel- thereafter Anhut -a:
he telephoned to Dr Russell t?. ?on
down t?> .-? ? him. He said he a*anl
to consult the physician about alienist
When Russell came ihi > had lunch
together u? Ihe ttasa, h walk sroui
tii?- pari., a rid. don n Fifi h av? nue :
a taxi ab and an all< rn?oon at ,;
Kut \? , -
about all nl ? hi said, ih? ,- id ?
Matt- d him M
?l<?n't want I ? do that, w hat ? ?? i v. ni
to J?> Is tu wall on aft?
oiiv r he?ar1 ng m> atari any II
"Didn't Meed Anv Alien sts."
S?-', ?s lahi | . ? , ? 11,, ;?_ ,.
?Mil, Anh.it said h" walti ?. -, ?ong ?.?
. Deccmb-.r. when !.. f an ?I i,. ??.??.?i
?ft bave to refund
W si nt for I: :.--. again Ruas? Il in
W hun and thi tstor Ho -
for lun?"li. : he i ?a r
Russell told him h. ?. In'l ????-. -:i
"I'm us g.1 - ;, || ,, dox. ?
'stu," be si id ;'i? ph] i? : 'i m ? lar ?J
"*<*, h- re do i ? .?in?- m .-o un. . i K.,i
you this buslnesa I won'i do anything
for Thaw unleaa i >?? I something foi
"Thaw's ?.j?, loti ?of ii.'.ii.- ,i?,fi Woii,?l
spend a fortune.'- ?ir- ?-wore Dr. Rm
seii told him ?again. "Wouldn't you be
satisfied with .*?.",,< * m r.-?
The rest of th, nKWtthlg'a sessl 'ii was
giv-n over to teathnony of Q?ostave
Boeder, a .report? ?? pt "The NVw Y?rk
World." who told about .-. vieil of
William v. dark, a ?rleti.l nuA nun?
paign boomer ?of O-ov-ernor Bulaer, to
Matteawan ?with ?Alfred Henry ?Lewla
While lie uai t1'?-!-. | ,r Riueell toM
him, b? s.'nd, that Clark ?.?as pestering
him tc releaos Thaw, ttectarlng that
Governor Bulser arant-ed it ?done.
Anll'.lt was ?ailed t'i thr witness
trtsnd as soon is th?? investigHtors con?
vened this mornina. Knamkaamm that
he was to testify had caused a
throng to flsstmM'', and the little h
ing room was jammed. Anbut, a
per young man of twenty-nine, Insi
on de"larin?i at once that he wa
?'crinan descent, that ho was born
??eared In Detroit, and that he
served one term In the Michigan Pc
and once had been defeated for
Anl.ut said he iras introduced to Dr.:
?ell during the Thaw habeas ?tOTfrOB
lust .Inn?* by Captain Dlshrow?, the
printer of the hotel at White Plains, w
he was living. The "genial host"
Introduce] him to Mrs. Thaw and
CoOntSSS of Yarmouth. Practically e
day Dr. Rmsell vas at White ?Pit
AShul BSid, they were together In
evening! th'-y eat together on the l
porch and talked politics and Indu
in gossip nboiit the Thaws. When
Russell testlfled. Anhut said, he ?irai
court, and Joined tho head of Mattea
B9 BOOS as he left the witness stand
Then he told of visiting Dr. ROSSSI
the Institution about three weeks la
spending part of Saturday and t?un
with him and Mr:-?. Russell, riding aro
the country In Dr. Kussell's motor
learning lhat the physician wanted
See a Kii'.ie between the ?liants and
?Cubs, Anhut sa>s he arranBeil that ah
ten dd>s leteri but unfortunately he i
I>r Russell didn't meet in the crowd
A short time after this. Anhut t?ald,
Huffman, who he aftettvar?! learned ?
II A lloffninn. ? representative of Th
called on hin? <?t lu.* office and asked
I." had heari from Dr. RUSSSlL An
hat not hitar?] ihn?. b9 goto, though
subs?-?iiuntiy learned that Dr, Kusseii i
tried to comniuiit??atc 1 y teU-|.!ione w
Mm, Hoffman sahi Thaw Want?**! to
AllhUt rieht away. So, the- witness w?
<.n. he v,(nt to Kishkill on the follow
afternoon SI ?I saw Thaw. He .said
would not tell what t??ok piara, on I
' .-.-..'il ?i that tl ? i"' ? ? srsatlon wst ?bstwi
?client S?d lawyer, and WS9 privi!.?ed
In Kwember Hoffinan had .? second t.
?.? itii ?, i?: about th? rnsw ? sse snd t
i ? tslner, an?, on N'ovembcr ?fl. Anhut ?
ii.rf'i. the pa? aliar srrangement ns
psymenl was effected. It was a day
IWO la'er that he entertain??.1 1 >r. RUSS
!.! the l'la/a limehe?9S ami St the hoi
shoe ami told him about his ?food luck
'getting a Thaw retainer.
?'il. sai?l he eouM thr s buMnesB t
wsy," t?s9ttlled ?Vnhut ""p 9aM shout
per .?nt Of the inmates of Ma Institut!
Si? iSed each year, though there m
,1" money In some of the ruse:?"
Sa?d Dr. Russell Wanted Pay.
When l?r RUSSSlI end h? talked aho
I the Thsw rase i?i i ???<?? mi>?-r, Annul sal
I?? Russell was much ir.or?- .kiln.te !
? hi? ?.t*lcnie?-t?- ?,| .? It was the
according to ?\nhut, thai Russell bsH
I "WiTe .1?* i reme In on this? I racon
M piara is wort
fl. ,? ??? ?i i won't do anything f?
Thai? unless ! gel something for it
?Vnhut '? pi* d thsl he < o'lldn
... ?? :?? ? '?. hsd no monej c
; . . ? etalned <?r? ? i*ontlnger
If I'll heve t
hud a 1> ?? Ich would mat
lal ? and foriun.
? it lanuary 1 pas??-.
ivlng obi ed is re
? ? ?> rates i?
lloffmsn worth 114,900 and gave ? im
? celpl for the 110,7??* which '.,?? retslned
Id if Thau v.. r? still in |all b]
he Would return this sum '? ?si
Inti i gat? d si c. what Dr. Ru
???'1 mean? hj saying ' I? place wa.? ????i?'
??? ? ?? ? en VU Salan S SS o? lj
ft 9?, Anl ut .?;.. ? ipo?s?d hli I n
tli? .,??.??:, .? -
nit . . mstnt' u?.r.<??- an?
"You didn't 11 h k it ????? ail ? ol other
linea i.e -...H w< rklng he ??a-- ask-.i.
?'? ?l?. no; he wsi ,. frk n?i ??f mli -, As
hut answered. "Such a thought nevet
enti i ' d my inln?) "
"Might Increase It to $50,000."
' He said: "Oh, v.-, can c?*? th<?ni t?. as*
lend ihe time Htv\ t" Increast the rnonsy
;,. V .....
Dr Ruasell called Thaw ? "low ?brow,''
Anhui said. II? swot*? th? physician hhi?)
Thaw waa all right to i?. rrlosBr?! aaj
! tin) h? had ? gusrdlsn, and h was will?
! Ing to t..' ? the job.
?;?)- C, lt'"-.i.r tsstlfl?**! ho?s he seel?
I dentalh he?ir?l an effort whs 1 ?*--llif< tOOt I
t?. obtain it" I'l.-a.? of Thaw through
|?Qovernor Bulaer He aid he trie?) to get
, a c?rit?. ai:??n from ? 'olom i loot p'n *-*,
?*?? Il B !?? ??.'?iKi.ni >.f Prisons, but ?<?*
told .m. Information a rsllabt? m .. ? .
..t.tain...) at Matteawai.
R. told of going to Mstteawsn on
the asme trais with iTlars and of iihmh?*;
m?*f Alfre?! Ilenr? l/cci? and H *. Muff
man there. Tue witnes?? rent a letter
from T) aw ai-k.'.if Mm to ? ?.inr tr> gat
him. and ??aid Thaw den?.<] I,.. ha<l up.
rn'leci tr> the ?'iovr rn??r for aid. in e,,n
S. Alimatt $c ?I0.
Women's Woven Silk Underwear
in very attractive assortments, Lf shown at
moderate pri?ces in the Women's Knit Under?
wear Department. Included are interesting
novelties in Imported Silk Undergarments,
including BJoomers and Knicker Skirts of
supple Jersey Silk, designed especially to
conform to the present fashions in dress.
The Juifants' Wear Department
is prepared to supply COMPLETE LAYETTES,
Including French and American-made Robes,
Dresses, Slips, Cloaks, Caps, Wrappers,
Sacques, Undergarments and all the essen?
tials of the baby's wardrobe.
Also Bassinettes, Pillows, Nursery Hampers,
Toilet Stands, Toilet Sets, Scales and other
equipments of the modern nursery.
AT MODERATE PRICES
JtaWj kptm, 34ti) mat 35ty fctrrrfs, |fi?jg? 4*'\
vet-sat Ions with Dr ItBSSSll. Roeder said,
the doctor told him that William F. ?.'lark
"had bssn pottering lbs life out of Mm?'
"Dr. Russell told me," he said, "that
they had told hlni It waa up tu him to
set Thaw free, and If he did they would
see to it that OotcrtiT Sulzer would cab
off hi? fight with Colonel .Scott."
CANAL TREATY GOES OVER
Senate Not to Take Action on
Nicaragua Pact This Session.
Washington. Feh. M, ?TIM Senate will
take no action af this aSSSlan on the
treaty recently negotiated with the re?
public of Nicaragua, by which the United
Rates would seeiire, for tha sum of
feMMH a perpetual and ex?-hiMve light
to build an toteroceaalc canal through
that country. At a meeting of the for?
eign Relations ?Committee of the Senate
to-day it waa determined to recommend j
no action on the convention durin-, the
j.resent Congress. j
Tha treaty was negotiated last Decem-I
her by American Minister Weltsel si Man? I
agua. beCaosa Of rumors that other na?
tions had from time to time considered j
the fessihility of building a wali-rway toj
compete with the i'auama ?'anal. In ad?
dition to giving the lulled State? I gclU
-ne ranal rights within its border?. Nil ?'?
ragua agr?ed in the treaty that ."hip?? of!
the Halted state? might be admitted to
coastwise traffic Bad that this country
eould nave the right to e?-tah||?h ;i tia-?:i1
station In the Qulf of Fonsc.-u. a nine t> -
nine-year lease being Included OB the
Great and Little ?'??in Islands.
Original plans for a cina! across Nica-,
ragua provide that II aheuM follow the
rout'- through the San .Juan River and
Lake Nlcaragnu. The pending treaty ii"t
Ionly gives the united state;? exclusive!
control over that unite, hut ??ver any!
other routa thai might be eelected s?ereas
the isthmus The '?idlt .?n t" ba met bjf
?lie I'nlted Statt I la Ihe payment of I'."?" -
?-?i within "ne fear from Ihe ratification
of tha conTSntlon.
MADERO INSURANCE INTACT
Wife Will Get $25,000 if Killing
Thomas A. H'lekner, vice-president of
the Sett Y?.rk Life Insurance Company. I
vaiil \i t te. -?la y that thei' WSS IHJ fOUnda? ?
Uon fui- Um report that his compa
would attempt t.? <->;:.- t ;?n indemnity
from the Mostean government to cover
n $2.'.?>>> itis'iram-.' policy of Francisco
in November, MM, ?ai?i Mr. B?chner,
Madero took ou! a twepty-ysar sndow?
mem policy for the .il o-'? ani?'ii:it, g!?r!ng
bis occupation an i planter, and making
i is ?ife the benefldary, In November,
1091, he permitted th? i oik h laps?
But, according t<< the termi ??f the saree- j
ment, th? Insuranci in the cvenl of a
lapse waa to Is extended rix i ??
five months Therefore Presiden) Ms i
dero's widow wit] receive the smounl of
her lat" husband'i policy, which under]
the term-, would ii"; have run ?.?it until
Mr. Bucknei Intimsted however that
:f it shorn?) i. j. ..?.. n Ilia! Ma? ero ? ?
deal i . . ? ' ? ???; .'.<? would
then have a claim asi I ? ? eeni !
>I< xlcan govei nm? nt
YOUNG MADEROS TO CONFER
Two Brothers of Francisco Will
Meet at Ithaca.
D) Teh grapa i? 1 hi Trlt* i i
Ttl'nea. S v Feb .'?'. Bvai I I Ma
d? ? o. ' torn? n mud? nt snd bi other of I
? ?.ind Gustavo Madero n eel? ed word
!?? da' Of th? f!lgh1 Ol ' ? ? Sil |
members of Mi famll? t" ? it i, t..? pend
Ing the arrival of Carlo Madero .t ? r
I?;..ti 11. who li >. .?-? ,':? -.t in ?*, i .-.. ...n,
he feela thai hi can Iahe n?> iteps \
te|o(,-iatn from Parlo? said In- would start
ior Ithaca ;<t ih? earlleal mom? ni
W. M. Wilson, .? sophomore i?t ?'?? ?
?hose father, llarr-.- Levne Wilson Is the
Am- rie:in Ambassador In Mexico, <i
?lar?-? be hai no concern f..r the ??' -
?.( his family.
TROOPS POUR INTO CAMP
Three Thousand Already Mobil
ized at Oalveston.
??alveston Feb M Approximate!) :'.?**n?>
soldiers of ti,.- I'nlted Btatei Army are
encamped In nelveaion to-nlstit, .-.??i sn
other thousand occui? i r.? ns It : . i???-.-. i
railroad yarns and will be detrained early
to-moi row montlng.
The 7th Realment of Infantry, the ist
stid '.'d BattaHons of the Mh infantry and
th? .i?i Battalion ?ind hiaflqaaiiera st.irr
of the 19th Inf.iii?ry arrived to-dav and
early to-night. Th.? _*th and Ith Infantry
win arrive ?aiiy ta-mer row. ah of these
troops are of the ?th Hrlgude
Camp siten for the tth and ?sth Brigades
are b?-lng laid out at Texas CM**.
Hrlgadler (ieneral Tajik??r If Illlss ar?
rived at Han Antonio to-day and assumed
command of th?' Southern Department,
with hea?)(-|uart?rs ht Fort Sam Houston
The army transport Kllpatrkk roaubed
here to-day, anchoring near the trans*
porta Snmner and McClellan.
Brigadier Oeneral P a Smith, com?
mandlng the *.th Mrlgade, established
headquarters at Fort ?Tock?tt to-day, pre?
pared to supervise the mobilisation of bis
troops. Major ?'??neral William I*. ? Hr
t?-, commanding the _?1 Division, Is due
EMILIO MADERO NOT SHOT
Trevino Declares He Has Not
I-aredo, Tex Feb. 'X In response to a
telegram of Inmilry relative to the re?
ported d'-ath of Fmlllo Madero near Mont?
erey last nlahl, <len?ral Oeronlnio Trev?
ino, Governor of the state of Hueva Leon,
to-night sent the following messa??- from
"There ha? been no execution of ?mlUo
Maden?, nor was be killed in tnls viojnlt?.
nor ts there any reason why harm BhOtlM
l?e done to the honorable person ?>f SUCh ?
man as f)on Fmlllo Madero"
SONORA ACCEPTS HUERTA
Congress Said to Have So Decided,
and Maytorena Men Take to Hills.
Tucson. Arlr... F<-I?. _fi. -The Sonora
sta'e congress de,-ide,j today to accept
the Huerta provl?ional government, it
was reported to-night The governor's
oftlce will he de, land vacant owing to
the refusal of ?iovernor Mav toivna to ...
ci'pt the party In power In Mexico ?ity.
Yg-naclo Honllin-, gnxt?lldute for gov?
ernor at the last alSeilen, probably will
he appointe.! provisional governor. The
volunteers who supported Maytorena
have tak?n to the hill?
BATTLE8HIP8 AT PRACTICE.
Vera Our, Feb .S The Iriited Stuten
battleships Oooegta, Nebraska and Ver?
mont will pro.-eed outside the harbor to?
morrow for larget practice. It Is felt
that conditions generally have Improved,
hut t'ORiul C.nada is not dlspoeed to
i ? ???.inuieaU the ,jvlUiUraa-i oi the t-var
iihip? at press?t.
'MEXICO IL ASK
RR A HEAVY LOAN
Congress Will Be Urged to Au?
thorize Issue of 200,000,000
Pesos Bonds for Use
NAME AMBASSADOR TO U. S.
Emilio Rabasa, Well Known
Lawyer, Appointed ? Huerta
Confident of Overcoming All
in South Greatest.
Mexico City, Feh '-'?'.. ?Two hundred
million pesos is the amount the Minis?
ter ??f Finance r ill probably ask Con?
gress to authorise the government to
secure h?. menus <>f bonds for the poci-?
Acatton and the rehabilitation nf Mo??
.M the tune of the fall of the Madero
r?gime a hill for a bond IggOC of lCO.m
000,000 pesos for the same purpose was
under ?li?-' ??.sm.ii, in Congress.
Minister Esquivai < ?bregan dlsctmsad
the fitiifriM to-day with a committee
..f Congress, .-?mi the meaaure probably
aril I he Introduced to-niorrow. I? is
expected that part of this sum will he
?is.--,) for the payment of Indemnified,
(?millo Italia;.!, a member of the Sen?
ate. ami regarded as pcrivips the grcat
.--t authority in Mexico on int?*>matl<onal
law. hna hen, appointed Ambassador
t?? the United states.
ReAor Haba.-?;: \\a?> OoVOnMT :? I UP
?yeafl ..go of the ?State of t'hhipa.s. hut
his ?greatest claim to distinction \* bit
w??rl< as an attorney and M the r< pre
sentative of ihr- governmenl at lnt?erna?
ti'iiiai .-? lei.iiti. i migrasse s. n<* urn*
rot allied with the Madero admlnis'r.i
tlon, o ;i araa troll kn<?wn among the,
men ?? the P?orfIr"i?n regime. He is
Afty.sis une- ?old and ??peaks English
Confidence m Outlook
'\h.o governmenl looks confldently to-1
ntKht to the future, m was announced
? ? ft i. . .-i i ' ? that th?* rabel ?it Hi? ulties at
Laredo ami Mata moral had been ar?
rape? ?. and 11,?t troopi bnd hien s< nt
to kguaa allantes i ? Install Qcteml
Carlo liareis Hidalgo as milita**] gov?
Rafael .':-?-? and ea ??Oov.wiiof HI?
the State of Tlaxeala, who ,?:?*
in ret -. hi e "tifi rtfi arltb ?Pros?
i ? Huerta, offering lo aurrendor nn
thai th? got ? n in? i t gives
r- gi Itlon ' ? their ofllccrg, .??-V'-nding
t?. rank end r??> Indemnities and cx
President Huerta lias refu-, d m . . ,m
p|j ?'?ti. li.fse eondltlons TVirirditig
Ulf ?pa! :?.' ? I Of ?no??", ho lier\?rod S *?!i
int; I. i :-- .'ini the Kovi-rr-ment wat
?lu? H hu >ing 1 ???.lit.? t.'I a ould, I
I, a? -i .ll? i i' i pot thought i
r ipla und Hidalgo ? ill :???- ? pi the -Mai
Argumedo ?on?? of Oroaco'a generals,
1 notlfll ?! Ihl ?goi ? rnni'-iif that li"
I a ill pis? ? hll men in . amp at ?8ol?e*iad.
in tip- Stati of San Lula Potos?, or any
other place lndi**ot<ed, pending a con
f? r? n ? t?. arranc detalla for muster?
ing ??nt or enlisting 'he m? n m the r??g
It ti"i ? apected that tiir? Znpntista
problem, especial!*" m th?* stat? of
Morelos, will hi solv?sd lmm?edlat?ely,
bul aoveral minor i hi? is have an?
ii'.'iii'?d their ?rllllngness t?- ?serve the
? got eintlielit.
flovtr-rnment offli lois realise th.- pr.?h
I abllltj of a ?lift!' in ? smpalgn In tm?
south, l'Ut Preeldrnt Huerta, ?'hu v?a.-i
m command <>f tm f?fderala m the 'fiii?
palgn -wttt.-ii moat n^ari? r. ??iite?i in
th?- eliding of tiir? Zapatlata trouble,
and ?which was ch?scked ?only by Ma?
dero's hi ne voient Infer?trence, heil? \ <**
lo knows the situation Milt1c|ently v. ?il
to bring th? trouhle to a Speedy end
Th? rapOtlOtSS have n?Mfd to the lint
of towns they ulrendy occupied Ami"'.i
mein, on the Inter-Oeeanle Hall-nay,
thirty miles southeast of Mexico City,
an?! three other pU?-es of minor Im?
portun?e. Raiding continu??, with th??
DSUal atrorltles, hut troops are in pur?
suit of the murd? roils hands. f??r whom
little rest i:? promised
Salgado Promit?*.?*. Allegiance.
The resolution In the State of <}iur
rero appears likely to he soon settle?!,
as Jesus H. SalK.id??, the oldest ami
mon p< rslstent r? h*l tender under An?
drew Almazan ami Julio Uadllla, prom
Isas .-?lleglan. P.
A??? ordlng to dispatrhea TOCSlvad hy
th?- government, VcniiHtlaiiD fnrranza.
ex-ti'.v? rnor of toahnlla, Is making
little headway In the new revolution
Inaugurated hy him, with "?altillo an a
To the report that Emilio Madero
Was killed Is added : rumor tliat hi?
brother. Ka.nil, has met th? same fata
at Torre?n. H??th young men were ac
tlvely allied with t'n-ranza. and, If the
rumor is trim, their taking off will
?Jottbtlon have a det?-rrent effect on
rebel activity in that district
? 'arrunza lu ??till In p.iaacsslon of the
region about Monterey, hut the luad
?luarters of t!en??ral Tre\lno. the fed?
eral ? onnnan'der, are at Monterey, and
Trevlno Is .-aid to have sent troops in
the ?direction of Saltillo The Rovern
menl bolieiros there will he little ?lifil
culty In regaining the rebel territory?
Believe Orozcos Will Yield.
Colonel ?Pascual Urozco, r-r., who was
?Allied with that movement, is known
to have been f'?r n long time under the
?domination ?-?f ?Pascual Oragco, Jr., ami
a telegram sent by the latter to-dav
to Kelix Pia/, promising absolute al?
legiance to tin? government Is regard?
ed na Indicative of his fath?-r',n uttltud".
It is hoped that the rebel general
will be able to convince hin father and
aasoclates of the advisability of co?
operation. If this Is done, and all the
leaders of Orozco'a army follow the ex?
ample of their gemr.il. It Is practically
certain that the t'arra.U?a imminent
will dwindle away, leavlflf the gov
ernm? nt only the ZapatLstn probler
to deal with.
In tho capital rumors of plots an
counter plots continue, but Presiden
Huerta appears to have an excellen
grip on affulrs and to be working i
complete harmony with Felix Dlar, wh
desaires the re-establishment of peace
as much as or more than any one, a
he Is preparing for his campaign fd
the presidency in tho general election!
Friends of Diaz held a meeting thi
afternoon and formally launched hi
The departure from Mexico of Er
ncsto Madero, undo of the late Presi
dent and ex-Minister of Finance, ha;
resulted in a check being made of th'
?ash in the government treasury, whici
shows a balance of IWXH. Tim
amount, however, ?Iocs not represen
the whole of the Immediately avallahh
resounej of the new administration
as there are various deposits in botl
local and foreign banks which can b?
drawn on by the government.
Th?? repr?sent?tives of the fonngr
powots generally have notified their .j? ?
ccptame of the ofhVial version of th*
death of cx-Presl?l?nt Madero and ex
Vice-President Suarez, but the investi*
gatlon Instituted by the government
Zapata? Brother in Revolt.
Kufemio, a brother of Emiliano Za?
pata, has proclaimed himself the C?ov
ernor of MoreJos. establishing his cap?
ital at Hiiautla. near Cuant?a. He has
been Joined by Francisco Cosio Kobelo,
an ofllcer of the rural guards.
The state of Aguas Calientes ad?
mittedly Is in revolt, which has been
incited by the Governor. Alberto Fu?
The nearby State of Hidalgo is |?j gri
Un9ettl*d .-oiidition. The Governor han
.h solved the Legislature, saying bt
will ?.ill ne'.? elections and. according
to the decision given by the peopb?,
will decide whether he shall recospize
the new ?irln.Uilstr-ition President
llm-rta has ki**u .. d ta '?liment of troops
The ??overnor of the Htate of Tabasco
telegraphed to lbs government that bt
supporte.I the new administration. He
apologised f"r tho delay, saying he was
late m learning of the new d"wlop
inents |n tin- fe.'leral capital.
CANADA WANTS TO PUT
J. P. MORGAN ON STAND
Changes in Dominion's Bank
Act To Be Made Only After
I g] 7?- ?grsph IS T1 ? Tr.hr ?
iittaw.i, I>b 9J ? Consideration of the
contentions clauses of the Banb Act bs
the Hanking Committee of the llo'i?n?
Of '"ominous tO?dsy, BSnatSthtg of one
hundred leading members of Partlameni
overshadowed th* praeeedlngB Is 'he
a -,<tier.?: .?utii?aw of bank t*r1tlcl?m,
regardi. ?? ..f ?tarty aiTilMtloi?.? Which haa
leen ir-oradh m tin M<9?sgs, tea-da* .-?.?
Demands ???"? ?nade l>? pf*0tnlnent for
ser\'i?tive ptewibsrs hit) by Liberal ?mera?
brrs fr.cn the uvm f..r H s,..? lfi:
?/SOtigatloa to find out if th?-re whu a
"mooej truel ' The ?oininitt?** in.ailv
compromised by appoint!'.?< .? -*? :i> .-..:,,
mitt.- ?.. p*re*pe>re .. list or ??aitnessea le
l' ?Pinioi'.l from . ?nut?!,? hi.,1 the
t'l it. r] Wtatt to t'f? e ihstr \|.\? ? ... to
the proposed .han?.?* in Canada'? lank
In? ?. v r l. . i ?
So?..:.*: ?he natntN mentioned as posai?
hi.- Wltn?MS*fl mr? those of Law ? n ??? <?.
Murray, t nite.i gistes Controller <?f thi
frurranc? .lan.e.? Forran and Mi Rob?
? m?"ii <?f the Pirat National i'???'. of
Chicago, and. If h.? r.?t',niH from Europe
in tima ?' Pwrponi Morgan
SPLIT IN PUJO COMMITTEE
Untcrmyer's Plan to Control
Stock Exchange Opposed.
"--?? t i? r*rfa??M garras I
tVuhliigton, Weh it Tht Pujo Money
Trust Investigating Commute.. ,,f ||M
llonse snd Its i*o?anse|, Bsmutl (inter
myer, hat until midnight Irving t<? unravel
the dlfflceultles which the commute? ha-?
'?.??" u t> r. ?! ?n framing It! r?i?.?rt. The
rammlttra e**andoiied hops ?r ?completing
its T?p..rt iv Krldsy, ?-??H if n ?rorfca
all day to*<mot*row and all irJnbt.
? it ??.s Intsttded i?? tiara the iep".t
r.olv by l'rl.lS' BO S? to -*1\e It a?ie?|'i;, t
?pubhelty, wnt. h. h ia ?admittad. it may
not ret ?m tht eve of th? lrauguratIon
Mtlioiigh the committee worked behind
hxkud doors, guarded i,\ tnunerous m<s
?.ensers. It berime known that the most
serious obstacle to an agreement hi S-hiiiu.?1
1 iiteriiiyer'? rroposed plan for regulating
the New York Stock Fx.lung,, through
eu. h rnedlttnsj of tnt?rst?ite commerce ua
the mall!., the telephone and th,. I(?r.
Ciitermyer's plan Is not entirely known,
hut enough ha.i 1.,-en learned to warrant
th. assertion that several of the Dents?
'ia!i- members of the BSJb-COfnmlttee am
heartily >**Pfr?ged to it. They t..k.? the ps>
slt|..n that tlie BtOCh Kx.?hange BhOWld b??
controlled by the police powers of New
York State Thus far the coinniitt.?,. h?H
only been gbtt to agree on minor mutton-.
The regulations of clearing house uss.ici
atlons and the limitation of fnterlo-kin>
dlr??forstes In banking houses are still
your nerves and tone up your bluod
Old * Rich. Streng A- Hrn-ln-r, Fend A Hrlnk.
Ordrr iupply for home u*'-. Your ?lt-.ilfr.
Wholesale D?jpot. ri.'.tlI St * Itti A1 .N.V.?'it>-,
Washington Believes Interven?
tion in Mexico More Remote
than in Two Years.
I From The TrlLir.e BorsSS I
Washington, Feb. _??.?The "iron
hand" of General Huerta is gradually
rei-toring peaceful conditions in Mex?
ico City, and consular reports from
Northern Mexico indicate that the rev?
olutionary spirit is ?Unappealing in
many of the districts where serions
trouble was expected In some SSCtlOM
there is hitler feeling over ihe assag
ainatlon of Madsro and Buares, but
ihere is generally an abaenoa'of VlO?
Although the Washington admin?
istration is withholding formal recog?
nition of the Huerta r?gime, and will
probably continue this policy until
March 4. officials here are much pleased
with the peaceful turn tho Mexican
situation has taken in the ltust few
daya. and it is believed the possibility
of American intervention is more re?
mote than Ht any time in two years.
Friends of President Taft are de
lighti-d ovet the situation, and declare
the developments have vindicated his
unwavering determination not t>?
plunge the T'ntled States Into a l??ng
and eo.stly war with Mexico. < m ev.ry
hand are h<?ard favorable comments on
the course President Tali i.aa pur?
Ni.twithstandmg the satisfactory
trend at affair?- in Mexi? o. the ten
thousand tri'-'ps ordered mobilized at
><_arveeton and vicinity win remain
there until aft'r March 4. War He.
pertinent ofH< MM declare th? mobilisa?
lion has served tic? purpoos Of per?
mitting a teal Of th* reorganization
system? Th?- Baeretary ??t w.tr and
Major General Leopard Wood, chief
of staff, express th?!iis''K'"- mudi
pleased with the nianner In w 111 -h the
troop? liave been rushed to Qalvooton.
Se.-r? tar} Btlmaon assured Senators
Culberson ?ml Bhoppard, of Texas, to**
?lay that rvcrv precaution WOUld '??
token bv t.io nrmj la protect property
interests an?! llVOS along the Tl M -
Mexican bord**r He -?.-ud another troop
of cavalry would be aenl to l'l Pau ? to
lake the phi? o of th" regiment of in?
fantry an?! the battery ordered lo ? ?a!
< 'orinul ??enerai Bhanhlln reporta that
Mr. and Mrs. w. a McLaren ar? safa
at Mexico City and thai i- n. Coeley i.?
rep?irte?l safe at TampUo. Captain and
Mrs l'ran.'i.? .i. Darr, Charlaa B. ftea?
lanto. Mr.". Charlea Petren. n Alberg
and family. ?'?. -V. Slmtns and son and
Mr. Howlnnd nn?l family aie also re?
TO SEIZE MADERO ESTATES
Huerta Will Be Urged to Divide
F.I Faso. Tex? PVb. M -As B BOlUtlon of
demanda of thai northern rebel?, for th?
distribution of publl lands It will be fan
pe;?, d to the government at Magi o ? ,t
to etnplov lirst the set?tlM of the Mad?-r?
family, Rebel ag'nts hen? to-day said
this plan would he proposed to Qeneral
Huerta by Colonel "Pavld de in. Fucnt*.
representing tloneral Salnr.ar. I?e 11
Fuente left here yesterday on a special
train for Mexico CM)
Th? Madero estates, although drained
hy the revolution conducted by the de?
posed President nnd aobeogoent unsettled
con?!itiotis, nie among the liehest chain oi
jir.ip.'rties In Mexico. Tiny ln?iu.1.? ,i
smelter at Torreon, mercantile bouses,
banks and randies controlled l?y the man)
son- of Ihe ehler l"Yat?e|seo I. Madero.
In v-liw of the report??.I death of at leant
two of the sons an?! the probable exiling
of the eth??rH and the head of the f.unllv,
the rebels hope at once to secure the Ma?
dero est?t.?, for distribution to the north?
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