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THE SUN. SATURDAY, MAY 20. 1911.
MADERO WON'T GO TO MEXICO' Sfi?Sf
I oficnce HR.iiiHt tho i)ia5 Government "
,JIl t.s SOT I'STIL MAX IS
HI t.M' OFT OF offhe.
reyes stopped is iiavasa.
sudden Climnc of Plans- Doesn't Want
In lie President nf Mexico.
firm , fnc tittflttth li Tile si-x
Havana, May in.- den llonurdo I.ovc
p vplnmitlon nf l.nlrst llrsiilvc if the
I hnncrftil Provisional President
vi He ln't rrnlit AntNmiinlillim 'X-Mlnlotcr of Vv'nr of Mexico, arrived
I rii'imi- riiiiK- sun iicauv rnr :ir. nero tin mommy, on bo.ird the steamship
I . 1 May m --rr.inci.ro I MacHo f Jf'Mn ,hl M"M.
U . g .nB to Mn.Mro citv vw sor.n; he 1 "j?1"4 w""iily dinned hi plan. Ilil-
.- c - K risht away To-daV hn wu ? .""T ftnd H!,d h! 1,8 W j1,1"
NONE DARE HARM MADERO
IWnF.L LEADER POPFLAR IS
MEXICO CITY ,11'ST SOW.
iviitnwnv Tn-nleht hnUnnt in. 1 " """'. "n " inr necn
He U He.rr.i heroine Pi-e.i,i, '"mem,, , remain in nnvana oor.ie tiny
. Pruvl-loniil President of Mexico
ji. I formal M.iloniont lo-nlnht tie
f ' , f Hit hi had never thouuht it
tn - ' from 111" very fust to Mart r.t
cr. - i.thmiRli he h.-.d made pieparatlotit.
to . von a pociMhie
ay To-niBhthoUnotRoltiR h " ', , ,
,rn i. ., ti..,t.i...T . directed to
lie win reticent when nti interview win .
Uoncht, Imt did. "1 only desire to orvo
tr.y country and do not wih to becorno
l'reldent 1 cannot talU for puHicaMon
U-caiwe I nm not Informed of the even's
.that have tr.ir.pircd flnce I left Europe."
-l niv it Im ho.w ir,,ii.,n..i . "i" presumption Here is thnt In con-
he .. :-., "that lh.. Oovernment of , nupnee of the proli-t of Madero nKaint
(,.! I' , ha the entno opinion n 1 con . ! rn,"rn ?f Kp' , to Mex,co h" hn
rr .. the time when I ,.ho-.itd cn , 'e "rdered to Mop here
FIFTH AVENUE BUILDING, entrance on24th St.
UTt Of riPTM AVtNUI HOTtt
6 TO 9.30
A LA CARTE OR IK DESIRED
AT FIXED PRICE. SI. 25
Therefore 1 can definitely an-
e tnt I will not ro to the capital
puHic until r.fler Mr ile li Unrra
jf-rr.-xl th Kiceutivc rh?ir "
t-.irn uavtr took to-div l
is' I'.-'ined Hut this mornlnc th?
p- nal rioldnt declared thft h"
' ..frjud of rny reported plot ton-
MKM llntp Ilrokrn the Trure in Prne
Tliclr Admlrntlon nt uro Ijirrtlo.
I.Anrtio. May 10. The fervid pvmna-
thizer with the Mexican revolution whoi
. ... - . i
ninKP i,arp(io n meitliifr pat ct emotions
hive already begun t- prepire a noisy
nv. f 'e'lienl are in keeping with that
nf Im-i veek. nird hy the same man.
"i :ii 'he morninc he declared that hit
r.en . i d not risht in Jur.-iv.; in the
M'p- m ! I. declared that th-y should:
two- v t'linutrn later sr.id they should
r,o 1 ni tniduieht s:iil th-y could,
aft'T 'lev hr.d practically taken the
t.vr'i ' the!rown aeoot-d
M"l t1 will now tr.y'in Juflrex until
I' .i.'. reutKimh offlcc. in th" meantime
f. 1. hi fiubernrtorial appointee
'e their pest in the various Mexican
i.. vP unil trenvting such oth-r lutsi-r-p-
.! i ime before htm His I'abinet
tvi. ' . .'h him, or .ueh of the members
r, . re not bein desprtchel through
Mfif' a fiovernors. Daily meeting
Mil h?Id for tha di;usion of plan.-.
Sr teMurini: peae.
T.. u.-iii"c;os nie going to be per
' hive all tho r.rms thy want
if -h . p.-.y for thm. Attor t-ovoral
r. .-.lying nlmo: cs much as tho
r 'f :ho -provisional I'rMdent, th
t - l S'.itf Ooverivnent has Anally
ric.rf I th't It ha no right to !-;op any
K..f.i That may b' h-nt to Moxico
th. -i r1! regular cui.tomi. mrt. Col
. t ii S'urp! was o advlsod to-day. If
tr. re is .'nv vctsion for further armed
vi .( . this y ar another point in the
,r. jrrit i favor the! is worth much to
th" i hi b".n gained.
Th' Ins irrei-to aro going to work
Mevoovrurtil tho old reptiblip will be
hard to r'-CMgniz", If they have their way.
Th-v have ua and aro rreprins to put
thfn ino execution. Gambling and bull
renting are not to bo remaned in tho
As i. our Prer.iripnt. so nm I against
Cabling, and bullilgh'.ing." said Abram
Oonra!''. Provisional Governor of C'hi
h'iahu.1 to-day "All gambling conces
sion r.iado after November ;o, tho dr.te
of the revolution's beginning, will be can-r-!!d
Immediately. Allconce.ilon made
l'fn.- that timo will be honored by us,
of cv.rse, but at their expiration no more
v il be granted This applies to both
fttr.'.h!-,ng and b'.illBghinK. Wo aro now
investipating thft poker rights In Juarez."
Sinc .t ir -.tiivn that President Madcro
lf.rlulv aa r. gambling in .my form
t-.- n ."nal lot'ery and all gambling
r.htn 1 II event ully go.
As f"r tli-eriinmal cotlo of the country,
th" af..ir. f tho new Governor of Yueatr.n
ib a .-an-.i !- of what will be done, j'mo
-i.'ir- dr.ernor of Yucatan under th"
Fr t.jl Government and designited
by Ma-l-ro to ta'' the position unler the
reorganisation, declares that hi first
dj'v tn reich.ng Yucatan will be to
;-poin" a rimmi!on of lawyers to revise
t-.' r"iu fo.ie -The preent criminr.l
lvv Yu m vi r.rj absolutely bar
I .- 'i- " h declared. "They give th"
J . if lMtude for the commis'.on of
.urn nen ne goi to .Mexico anrt demonstr.itlnn in l,ene- t vn..Um
t .... t.- going at once; that it was his j l. Madero when he passes this wav n
riu- r.. n.ght it s ditTerent; but th- ri)ute to Mexico citv. Everybody believes
he will come this way within the next
two or three days despite meagre news
from Juarez published in the Mexican
Journals thl afternoon that Madero
might do any one of half a dozen other
things besides coming through Laredo.
Ihpugh technically this is an American
city, it majority citizenship will go the
limit in showing the "provisional Presi
dent" what Iiiredo thinks cf him If he
only gives the opportunity. There will
be Mexican Hags nt the station, a Mexican
band nnd vocifeiou "vivas," according
to the most conservative of the Made
ristas. The radical nnd th young blood
t f town purpose going even further. They
say they will rros over to Xuevo Laredo
on the Mexican side of the river and start
a demonstration nt the station there when
the train croes the bridge.
If they carry out their design they may
treat Madero to an unlooked for breaking
of the armistice. Gen. hstrada. the Fed
eral commander of Xuevo Laredo, Is a
peppery old gentleman and is conscious
of 1 1 iv fact that Xuevo Luredo i still
in tho hands of the Federal Government.
'1 hough the armistice has been observed
so far by the Insiirrecto foioes that have
been keeping Xuevo Laredo in a nervous
state f"r n week past, one of the minor
chieftains who came into Uiredo from
the brush across the river to-dav said
that if the armistice was not renewed
they would begin the attack on Xuevo
Laredo upon the hour cf its expiration,
noon cf the ?:d.
It was discovered to-day that a con
signment r.f :mi titles and SO.nno rounds
cf ammunition which had been lying
three weeks unclaimed in the freight
warehouse of the Texas and Mexican
Hmlroad had disappeared. The arms
and cartridges came herp consigned to a
Mexican pawnbroker. He grew weary
of the espionage cf the special agents
of the Treasury Department nnd refused
t accent the goods, Recently they were
shipped upon order of the manufacturers to
Aguilares, twenty-six miles. south cf here,
and they are now supposed to be in the
hands of the rebels across the Rio Grande.
The trainmen who came In with tho
through train from Mexico city this morn
ing said the train had ben hld up by
insurreou-is south cf Monterey. The insur
rectos did no looting and harmed nobody.
-.pimp. They must bo in vised
l'.:tfi States has taken another
ft. '. i -s,e inurrecto are pleared to
..' r" ocmtion It I going to give
I:'" ". mail for Junrer: Onlv mail
t ' ,.iU of the Meian Government
tm held here, nnd it will N-delhered
f " M iccn I'on'ul in El V?n
t surrecto are gathering around
5 . - Sonore. for an attai-K on tint
h"n- rx-'int It is about the only town
ff in r nee in Sonore., except the
r. .tr . . j y ,rt of Giinyma. that is not
6 -f.t m lebel hand En route from
k .a I r(eta to Xogale a commmd of
i- r i. under .Jo' Perfeeto Lotmli
'' n . n n'taek early this morning on
' sfiiiora notwithstanding rrmis
ti'e r I a general cessation of hositilities
Tf lv titistake tho General made
' taking It a wav from his own
a. - (id had occupied the town peace
ar i twenty-four hours
A' : ' flock this morning an ndv.ince
C.ari inder Capt Villa rodo into the
rfnd tho-n wore met by n hot lire
fr r.. '.ip holders of tho place, who were
r.'. ntnmand of Collector of Customs
h.t ' e.n recently nnnointrd by Juan
M ARISES SOT IIOMISfi YET.
onl a nlall Kxpert Hine Party Cnnilnn
l'rnni Culia -Arm) IMsn.
WASlttM.TfiN, May 10 -Offlcers of the
Xavy Department siid to-day that no
decion had been reached yet as to th
time of withdrawal of the marine detach
ment now .it Giiantanamo, Cuba The
men have been there since early last
March, when the military and marine
force were mobilised to Tie prepared to
protect American and foreign property
in Mexico in the event of an emergency
The fact that tho situation in Mexico
has cleared somewhat and that th"' hot
season i approaching will tend to induce
the Department to order the marines
hack to th" I'nited States at the earliest
Th manoeuvre division of 20,000 troops
at San Antonio. Tex , will remain there
for the present The War Department
h is not considered the question of return
ing the troop to their former posts
The division will probably remain at Sn
Antonio at least until the end of the present
Major-Gen. William H Carter will be
relieved of command of tho division
within n few weeks nnd will return to his
former posl as Assistant Chief of Stall'
Ho will probably be succeeded by Major
Gen V. I) Grant, now In command of the
Department of the East After Gen.
Grant has spent some months in San An
tonio Major-Gen Arthur Murray, now
serving temporarily as Assiitant Chief of
Stall, will lake command ol the division
If it bo not broken up In the meantime.
4 rumnr th.ir the marines would shortly
bo withdrawn from Guantanamo, which
COL. H, 0. SE1XAS A SUICIDE
(OSFEDERATE VETERAX SHOT
HIMSELF IS THE PARK.
Onlj Fear lThat r.nthtiln(lc Reception
If lie VHts the I nplttil ln Itun
Ton Far He)e nnd III ('online a
l'lllp to All -Looting mid I'lglltllK.
Mf.xiro Cur, May It). There seem
to be nbolntely no truth In the rumors
which are telegraphed here ns tieing cur-!
rent In other parts of Mexico nnd in the I
t'nlted Stales to the e(Te.t that the life 1
of Francisco I Madero, the chief of the
lnrurgent party, would be in danger if lie
came to this city In repone to the invi
tation of President Diaz. The f.ut Is that
the rebel thief H fcr the moment enor-!
motisly popular in the capital, nnd It Is
not likely thnt any one would t ike the
risk of harming him.
The only danger connected with" the
proposed visit Is that tho tremendous
demonstration with which he would be
received when he arrived at the railway
station here might lead to untoward
results. The Government fears thnt the
excitement might run so high as to de
velop Into riotous disturbances.
For this reason the authorities are
making strenuous efforts to recruit an
extra police force in anticipation of his
arrival to hold the crowd in check and to
prevent It from running into disorderly
Upon good authority It is leported
thnt the nrrivnl of Gen. Reyes in Mexico
city will be much delayed on account
of the roundabout way he will have to
journev. It is believed that he intends
to land nt Puerto Mexico and from theie
cross by the Tehuaiitepee Railroad to
Sahna Cruz, where he will take steamer
for Manznnillo nnd thence go by train
to Guadalajara. The significance ol the
changed routing is not known.
Thero is much excitement over the
coming arrival of Gui l.ecs. Rumor
ate current of n propoed demonstration
tgainst him In Guadalajara In tho State
ot Jalisco r.eye is exttemely ropular.
and if he desite a following no may
secure it there without troible.
Anothv story ha it that Reyes will
arrive on Sunday ns the gunboat which
he is expected to tikis at Havana Is
scheduled to arrive nt Vera, Cruz to
morrow Reyes can cotno thence to
Mexico city direct hy special train It is
imrvsblo to ret onfiimation of either
storv I I no pistol which Col Soix.ts iitod wa
While everything i quiet in this city .now In his pockots woro mveral lottors
rioting ha started in other parts of the concorlling his business affairs. SOI in I with his hands and announced that Luy
irpiiuiii-, .1 irn,... mrnr.i """!'. 1 CaS 1 . 1U1 OXtMinslVO
1 1 wilt i ruuuv aui lit .tx- i nnv ui 'juOlOE LV
ayp mai a nana 01 renejn enipren lH had l Hn
town on Tuiwiav nicht nnd npkpd th nr mere
merchants for a large sum of money Mi!d from having been cnrriod'in his spoke loudly and firmly
When it was retusert. tney sacKeti tne )K,ckl,t il(Uod tnat Wmtohoux) a- Co . I -Luystcrborgh," said he. "vou are now
town and destroyed a great deal of prop-! (,rollr8 at n, Hrtdwav. who h.-.d looked oo!n tne use of your leg The
or. v. robbing business houses fndi.- ,lft(.r hU buRm(,.9 arralrRl bo notified. The . K "K !? 'C?u"t nl ent. vnu from tislne
crbminately oth6r I10t0 muntlonod tho Wilbr.iham. onl ' Mnz that provents ou from using
Tehuacan surrendered to the rebels wnero hn lived, and asked that Edward B them 1 lack of circulation oi: must
last week, the Federals delivering .the i Cethin. a re.il est.ito broker at U' Xarau remedy that bv bringing the nerve cell
Came Here From Srw Orle.in Was In
Iloeklin Pool and Wall Street Office
Know lllm Well-Through the ('Ml
Mar tlth the Hahlnslon Artlller.
Col Honry Octavius Solxas, 70 ye.irs
old, a Confoder.ite vntorin, commit tad
suicide in Central Park yostorday r.ftor
noon by shooting hlmfolf through tho
ho.id, Trouhlo. tln.mci.al and physical,
with the prospect of moro yoars of lono-liness-
he had no relatives so far ns is
known induced him to take his lifo,
Col. Seixas left 1 Vet Thirtieth street,
where ho had lived for about ton years,
Apparently ho wont to Central Park
almost directly, for he sat on a bench on
tho old West Drivo near tho Swiss cottago
at about Seventy-ninth streot for somo
time. Occasionally ho left tho lench r.nd
pa'ed up and down nervously Women
r.ntt children w-ho were having small May
parties on tho grass thought his actions
He had remained sitting quietly on tho
bench, now and then fussing with letters,
when suddenly ho jumped up nnd stepped
on the gras. A couplo of women saw him
put a revolver to hi head. Tho bullet
grazed tho rim of his hat, passed through
tho head, taking a slightly upward course,
and came out the left side, tearing through
tho hat Ho was dead when a xjlicoman
SAID HE CURED A PARALYTIC
IIY HYPSOSIS WHILE OTHER'
DOCTORS LOOKED OX.
Ilr. Airrril .1. Fox nrouilit Patient to St. '
Mark's lloopltal anil Staff Matched '
tthlle Ilr VtrntiKht Doctors nefuse '
to C'oniinrnt I'pon thp Performnnce.
Dr. Rufus Jackson, the house surgeon
of St. Mark's Hospital, with the staff of ,
thnt Institution, witnessed nn experiment .
in hypnotism yesterday afternoon nbout I
which they declined to express nn opinion
last night. They naw a man who was
helpless from paralysis, they hnd been j
lold, step from an operating table and ,
walk across the room at the command ,
of the hypnotist, Dr. Alfred J Fox.
Dr. Fox lives at the Hotel Frederick,
but his namo is not in the medical direc
tory. Last July In tho case of a young
German named Conrad Rchaumburg he
asserted that he had tho power to bring
dead limbs to life, to restore impaired
circulation and rexdtallze diseased tissues.
Several years ago the same Dr. Fox
wanted to bet W.ono that ho could show
the Metropolitan Psychic Society some
thing in the way of ghosts that would
Last Thursday he took a patient named
Melchlor Luysterborgh. who lives at 800
Park avenue, Hoboken, to St Mark's.
Luysterborgh, the hospital people were
told, had been a victim of paralysis for
three years nnd'was unable to stand with
out assistance. He was carried into the
hospital and entered for treatment. Yes
terday afternoon Dr. Fox reappeared and
asked permission to give a demonstra
tion of his hypnotic ability Dr. Jackson
had no objection, and Luysterborgh was
taken to the operating room and laid on
the table. The hospital surgeons waited
with much curiosity to see what would
Two orderlies lifted Luysterborgh to
his feet nnd held him erect nt a word from
"Xow, try to stand on your feet, please."
said the doctor.
The sick man struggled in an effort
to move his lgs. He could not and would
have fallen apparently if tho orderlies
had not supported him. Dr Fox told the
surgeons that the man was obviously so
paralyzed ns to be helpless. He fixed his
eves on the patient, made a few passes
p, inn iiuDiuu.-n lllll.ni, tfu HI I v.lll lill1 I.OIIVIO .. . . v
extxinslvo gold watch and two I merborgh was under hypnotic control.
i;h of tho notes showed that ho j Dr Kox i,oamd over the table and mur
thinking cf suicide forn week Y , " .: T-.B t.
On., note, which had hocomo I mur(d in ,hp Patient s ear. Then he
town without a struccle. r.s tho citizens
requesten mm iney oo so me rvoe s , , llim vh.n tho police found tlieo
note they notified tho brokers, and hr.mk
O Corniso of the company ;Jid Mr Guthin
on enterine demanded tnat tne people
contribute 100,000 pesos t$.0,iy)0) to the
cause of Madero. but finally agreed to
accept 20.001, which was paid.
The citizens were consequently much
surprised when another band of rebels
made a new demand and looted the city
when it was relused All people who
aro able are leaving for Mexico city
The latest news from San Miguel de
Allende in the State of Guanajuato is
that a large band of rebels attacked the
citv yesterday, burning the municipal
palace, releasing many prisoners and
robbing many storw. Tbey are said
to have killed twenty people who op
posed them. They looted the municipal
treasury and burned the records. The
band was joined by the police. Citizens
immediately organized a Land of volun
teers to protect the city against fuither
Troops that deserted Torreon after the
battle with tho rebels are encamped at
Jimulco awaiting trains to carry them to
Zacateca. ine reneis nave nurniti tr.e
bridges north nnd south, and it is be
lievea impossible to send trains In that
case the Federals must march overland
a long journey In which they will be
constantly subject to attack from rebels
The Federal are without ammunition,
which is given ns the cause tor their
desertion of Torreon.
A battle at Cnutla appears to nave tven
went to Central Pnrn and identified tho
Xow the blood is flowing into your legs, j
It Is strengthening them "
It seemed to tho surgeons around the
table, they said aftcrwatxl. that tho dead
Mr WhltehousH was not surprised i .li,. -i,i f u. .ui. msn'a Ur.. Knr, m
when ho hee.rd that Col. Seixas had kill-d T'l" , ' " w" ,,hv j s,, VhVn T iv
hitmelf. ;.s he had hinted recently thatthls take on a moro health) hue. When Lu
would bo his end For vears he had lived , storborgh wa stripped for the expert
alone nt tho Wilbraham. His davs or.)ment his legs showed dead white and
spent in Wall street and his distinguished , seemed much wasted,
appenranco and soldierly bearing had 1 "The blood Is passine into vo'ir fee..
maao mm Known to ire.iuenters ot tno iiiivnrruoi(i;i, wmu-u ... . .
Ho had had several now you are ame to uu your rigm irg.
Luysterborgh wriggled his right leg
and then jerked it to one side.
"Lift your left leg, the doctor com
manded. . , . .
The pitieat kicked eidewtse with the
thin left leg,
"Xow vou can walk." Fox went on
"Get down from the tabb and show us
financial hps and downs. In time of pros
perity nis exponouuros were eonsidoranio
and he was fond of collecting paintings.
His last financial revorse was when tho
Hocking pool smashed about a year ago.
He was a director of the Hocking Coal
and Iron Company and 'a mmlvr of the
pool from tho start. He waalsoa director j
of the. Sloss- Sheltield Steel and Iron Com
pany and the Lanston Monotype Com- how you enn walk.
I pany Letters ho carried had reference very' slowly l.uysteroorgn slid on
to siock in ann meetincs oi ine-e com-1 tne oper.mnc nine, nrommis n-i-i iu
pante-. and r.lo ol real ostata deals in
w hl h he wes Interested
Friends of Col Soixas s.-.id yeterdny
that several times he had been well to do.
but never very rich Xot along .-.go he h id
nn attack of nervous protration and thr-t,
together with the fftt that hn had I'een on
tne wrong siao ot tno mr.rKct retentiy,
hr.d worried htm Ho found it hr.rti with
his reduced income to "tint himself nnd
. " ", 11 u.. ' . i Y I nis reaureo income to "iini niinsen mid
fought before the combat.yith liMrned I hj, n ondro, AUo wound
was current vesterdav
rrorn tne fact mat want uousias i.
MnDouunl and a detachment of about
C.'V Xo't iinlii fll men? including twenty enlisted men h.ve been ordered
Up 'la had been seriously woundcT 1 proeeedKto th I "ji'f'" Ju"p
tristake discovered ", " i"n ""'e ,.; ..' '
fluty ill connection vm-.h ui" uit nit- tm in
N Ariz , was directly in line of the
f'f "i numeiotlH bullet holes show
t'.'i' ,. r. petition of the casualties attend-
s ' .er border fights might have re-t''!'-)
v,ad the attnek been made in the
"' ' During the affray a herd of
f"f'i mules, evidently pack animals.
k'r'' a way nnd ran into the United
St i,. They were followed hv n squad
ft men under command of a big
f1 -aid to be a deserter from the
J 'i states cavalry The sound was
6-t ii v n h 30-)0 rilles, anl its action
STILL THREATES MOSTEREY.
Ilrhel nanrls Ileset l.srrilo and ('. P. Diaz
Too - llattlr of Zacntrciff.
MoNTtnt.v, Mexico, May 19, If peace
negotiations should fail an attempt will
bo made upon Monterey within two
weeks, according to the statement of
.'nil- r' ,W Invasl'on Tvl? rebelleader The bands of revolutionists
t ie (not that an nrmlstlre hnd ; near c auereyiu. .nmun mm iuhucw,
-.r.ed is not known to tliis body! nil within a few hours horseback ride
as they expect to fight on their this city, are mnintoinlng their re
u Xogale i aneetlve positions, Moro than a thousand
legrnm from Cnnanea. the home ', .,j :, c.,.,.i i,j. ,
fireene-Cnnonea Copper Com- r-bel divided into several bands are
oa the manner in which the within thirty mile of Xuevo Laredo
fs nro conducting themselves and fullv that number aro menacing
l- rays "It is nothing short of ! I'hui.atl Porflrio Din. It is planned, it
lu!MedW"l,eJ,te,v::rXo,inn . thM U. border towns shnll
t was committed against any first bo tnken nnd that the rebel forces
or any foreign proreily, tho shall l' ihpn combined to march upon
e.pertmg" their rights True, some Monterey
former 1'edoral svmpathinr , Arrival- hero from Somba-ot. nn (m-
. ."Khte .oS.:x r,ed 01 ! r ;,, 7.,.
1 ,. i.i,.,,L r,.r..,. .,!. ...-.'.iifiert tlie wining out of tho garrison of 111)
,11. in. I In limne- of men Uli. Federals nnd th killing of ninny rebel
1 nil svinnaihiern Tln-se were ' "id iioii-ciMnUitants Many Iniilding
...I I v the i!isui-r.-i.'l( A limn-1 v de-tioy.-d by dvnamite, whirh was
' 1. r.il's w.-ro siibj.-clrd to line. ' hu; ll into Hi-; town irom suriouiidlng
paid but tliov w.-ie subjected , lllll bv the lebels I he ons might was
t .-.ill le snid with per- i precipitated by tho arts ol the leilein
-t inanv of the i'.tleial t vm-, ..iiiiiiander in tho -.i-;ution ol s.-vpiiiI
i '1-.-leii-d tin inselvi-s a ' lieing . I ain nun-ii "i '"'""" "'
- " ti mi iiii.(ppn--sie inaiin.-r j
"10 I.OU1' till rev.llutlolll-l e. I
lllu MeviPllll people IlllVe
I ii hi iv i.'id -oiili-tili d I'.M'l V
II!- suit I if I lit. tllllllM.'Ilt I IV-I'll
1 i ti. '.t mid a lii'i-e ipiniii i-,y
. i .1- I -el i.'llM'd lor them
. i i i- n' 'i been railed by op-
Uli.' I r nii'le in imii
tl-T . f not 1 1 le.
of the armistice. It is declared that it
resulted in more than ISO rebolr, being
killed It was tne most severe D.ittie
of th" revolution Three hundred Fed
erals were attacked by I, SOU rebels The
fight lasted from Saturday night until
Tuesday morning The loss on the Fed
eral sido is not given. Neither is it told
whether the rebels captuted the town
UIS CIIARtiE WAS TAKES AWAY.
Hospital Attrndant Hail Nn errdrntlal
anil Crowd Made Trouble.
Frederick Thompson. 05 years old, who
for tho last nine months has been an
inmate of tho Sailors nnd Soldiers' Home
at Itath, X Y , was on his way to the State
Hospital for the Insane last night in
charge, of an attendant, Michael Con
mllv While they wero waiting for u
cros'stown car at 116th street nnd Third
avenuo a woman who knew Thompson
when ho lived in Harlem saw him nnd
asked him whro ho was going. He said
Connollv was kidnapping him. Connolly
hadn't his credentials and ho couldn't
show any authority A crowd collected
and took tho old man nwny from tho
Connolly told the East 120th stroet
nollr.e station about it. and Detectives
Curtayne and Brenner found tho old man
at tho home of one of hip daughters, Mrs,
Joseph Bruno of 337 East lloth street. He
wa taken to tho Island. Thompson is a
veteran of the civil war-
My !0 The slew mstwsrrt movement ot ttir
nprtlon from the West brought It centre to
fouthern Manlmria rterrl- na lu re em
braced all sections between the tlorky Slountaln
and Mlllppl River and the lake regions.
The prefsure wa relatively high east of the
Alleghanlen, but wa gradually falling.
Over the Pacini- .Stales and those Immediately
to the east th' pressi-re was high.
It was cooler over most of the Northwest and
ftoeUy Mountain .Hates.
Temperatures were close to tte freezing point
In parts of Wyoming, I'tah and Nevada and
reached the freejlng point, with snow, at Yellow
In the Ohio Vallev and lake regions and e.vsi.
ward, exrept on the New England roast, It was
In this city the day was fair, excepting a thun
derstorm about n-ldday; warmer; wind, fresh
southeast, average humidity. M per cent. i barome
ter, corrected to read lo sea level, at A. M
:u no. a p. M , r.no.
Ihe temperature esterday. as recorded by the
official thermometer Is shown In tho aanexed
1011. into. 1 ion, join
0 A. M '' " r. M,.., 1 7.V
12 M .... . " R' V. M ... TO"
.Mil , hi
at I in P. M
.-i i'. m i:
lllslu-n trmicrsti re. "J
wei- susiH-ete.l ol leiii( roillieetetl vvun
I tie' ievoliltii.il
Sever il band or brigand in the
'southern put i of the sinie nt Diirango
.UH lipOI'HII in lie HlllinilU- IHI M-speii
tor the aiiuitici I'liey hits I n-n oper-
.Hill' ill the g'llsi' of teboU mill n wide
I rcope -if countiv I tn ton uriul by tl.ein
that lh rnnilie.- Hid smaller town hae
. 1 ...in .llmn-l ilelMllilllall-ll tlie le4llll-llt
41 II ll fllllll i .1.1 1 lien i Lev i Mi'oiii t" Dui'.uiKO and other titles lor
arge if.oie thero weru a n imber j protection
r I ' 'on
wtsm.soTON roiocAST ron m niT am to
Vor rmltrn A'eir Vi.rif ami .Veir I'nQ'.ar.it. (oca
run lo i.'im i;mf i j murwv: m'lrr in thr lienor
tn innfriii." viff'frit iitrriy tn tnittherlu mi-It
lor tieru l'cins Ivanri, lecvl thumlrr
showers lo rti "nd lo norrow, cooler In morrow,
llgnt to iniiJernti- vnrlible lints.
Tor .ew .lirn . local ilmn.Wr showers to day
nnd n obiliti lo irorrnw rooli-i In Interior to.
' morrow ; lli'lit variable wlnrt
1 nr ihe illrli I of Columbia, I'elsware, Mars
' 1 ml and Virginia misruled, Willi (irobably
lo.al thunder s'inweis and rot qulle so warm
to it i tliowirs 'ui't ii-o'i-r tomorrow. Hgii m
1 inoili-nti- Vfrlatilr winds.
I I'or wrsii-rn New York, showers and probably
tliimder ilottti lo day showrrs .ud cnol'r
In morrow. brl southerlv winds wlili ".rpnll
, "nr we (cm l'rr- si-la and OMo I" n
lh inder tlorins and iimlei in dai, rlesilng and
Ifiiiilir in morrow htlV. nuitt,erlv Dines, wllh
squalls, buon-.lng noitliwrst to inuttuw.
which he h.-.d received in tho civil war
Col Seixas was a brchelor nnd his
closest friend was Georgo Wiegand of
Xow Orleans Mr Wiegand wa notitled
by Whitehoue Jt Co and he requested
that the liody bo sent to Xow Orleans,
which will 1 e done
Xr.w Om.kans, May 19 Mr Seixas
was nf Santo Domingo parentage Ho
wa born on a vesjol between Santo
Dominso and New York eity July 4,
1.U His parents died when no wa's nn
infant. He received some little edu
eit ion at nn Episcopal school in Now
York and enmn to New Orlean when
he was or 0 .vests old.
He went to work for a firm of whole
sale dry goods mnrehnnts nnd remained
with it until the outbreak of th" civil
wnr. Enlisting with the Wnshlngtnn
Artillery of tho Confederate army, he
served throughout th" war nnd once
After the war Mr Seixas went into the
wholesale grocery business with a partner,
P l) Fazande Ho was interested in
financing the building of the Pougnkeepsis
Hridgo across the Hudson River In IRDi
he went to New York to live, but kept his
citizenship here. His fortune was based
on his grocery busines nnd interests in
tho street railwnys of New Orleans, tho
Louisiana Lottery nnd Louisiana sulphur
mines He wns a member of the Boston
Club and was n Mason,
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We are preftnting two special numbers in the
celebrated Everwear half hose for men, one in
cotton and the other in silk lisle. The cotton half
hose are of an extremely fine gauge, and the silk
lisle hose are unusually sheer. Both are designed
to ensure foot comfort during Summer weather,
and both carry that six months' guarantee against
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for Everwear products.
Lightweight cotton half hose 6 pain (or 1.50
Sheer gauze silk lisle half hose 6 pairs for 3.00
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The initial shipment of this silk half hose,
promised us' several months ago, is now in stock
and proving very popular. Made of fine, lustrous
silk, and reinforced at toe and heel, (ike all
Everwear products. The guarantee, however,
is changed to cover three pairs for a period of
three months. Obtainable in black, tan, purple,
green or grey.
Pure silk half hose 3 pairs for 2.00 J
Everwear Hosiery for Men, Women and Children
In the regular numbers of this hosiery we carry
the following stock, and with every pair that
famous guarantee holds good to replace gratis
any and every pair that develops holes within
a period of six months from the date of purchase:
For Mem EgyptUn cotton 1.50 per box of 6 pairs
Silk lisle .3.00 per box of 6 pain
For Womcni Egyptian cotton 2.00 per box of 6 pairi
Silk lisle 3.00 per box of 6 pairs
For Children! Egyptian cotton, sizes up to 7hj. 1. 50 per box of 6 pain
Egyptian cotton, sizes 8 to 10. .2.00 per box of 6 pairs
at 34th St.
TALKS IX PORTLAXD.
A LETTER THAT WAS SXATCIIED
llrntiKht FTinels P. Fott to Court
Tending to llrcak tlie Peaer.
Howard S, Onns. formrr Assistant Dis
trict Attorney, was a complainant in the
Yorkville police court yesterdny against
Fmneis Fnrmer Fox of 43 East Fifty
eighth street Tho charge was dinordorly
conduct tending to n broach of the peace.
Mr. finns said that on May 14 Fox
snatched a letter from his hand nnd re
fused to return it Thin occurred in the
corridor of 43 East Fifty-eighth slreet,
where Mrs Hugh Corby Fox lives. Mr
Gans was her count-el In recent litigation
against her husband "
"What nre you doing here?" the lawyer
said he asked his client's husband, who
was there too
"1 came to son my baby," was tho re
sor.se "Tho baby has gone out Did you
write this letter to your vvifej" Mr. Gnns
nsked, showing a letter ho hnd obtained
from his client Then, s.ild Mr Gans,
Franein Fox came up and snntched nvvnv
the letter Counsel for the defendant
conceded these fat-It, but said the matter
was trilling in iiself
"1 don't know about that," remarked
MiigintriMe House "If a man snalehed
a paper from my hand I would gt t it back
or lie would get me There would very
likely bo a liteiieh of the peace "
lltlith l-'ov produced a letter which he
Mid vmi n copy ol the one in iiiei.tion
nnd gave it lo the coinplninnnt He said
the original had been destroyed The
complainant nutted the roun In impose
a fii-nteucn thai would be u vviirtiinc to
nth.'iH iiielini-il to Hike by force papers
turned over in i-ouuse hy'n client
"llei-iiilMo a man dreiif.ee well, helnngn
to clubs and in well r-ducuti-d he la tio more
immune to putifshini-iit than a im-mhor
of tho Monk Eiitiinan gnnp," siid Mr
Mlipinlr.lle llolle put t lis lle(.iillll
under Sl.inKi I ill lor Ins grml behavior
for three nn nilis and patoied htm until
to-day to (jet a hr ndB.linu.
the floor ns he clutched n side of the table
with hi right hvnd. Tho orderli"! i uigut
him lightlv bv the shoulder,
"Move your legs," said Dr. Fox.
Luvstcrborgh wa able to move cau
tiously aero the room, partially sup
ported bv the orderlies. His legs wabbled
nnd twis'ted. but it nppered tint he hid
regained partial command ot tnem.
Dr. Fox glinced nt the patient's face,
said thit Luvstcrborgh was exhiusted
and brought "the experiment to nn end.
"Whlln I rion t wnni to man." r.ny rum- j
ments en the nliogeti euro, sain ur. uhck
son. the house surgeon, last night. "I.
understood from Dr Fox thnt hi method
consists in stimulating deadened tissue
from the brain; in other wo'd ho sub
stitutes mental suggestion fo.- tho elec
trical treatment that is applied "sfr
nallv His theory, as 1 go- it. is that many
taes of pa-nlvsi nre not as bad ns tho
symptoms seem to indicate, thnt thvo is
often some self-delusion, a form of hys
teria It mi?ht be called, which Impels tho
patient in believe he is much worse than
hi really is .
"We at the hospital a-e not famihn- with
Luvstei'liorgh'sr history I could not tell
vou of my own knowledge whth." tho
man was a hopeless pa-nlytie or not He
npiea-ed to bo quite helpless when ho was
brought here on Thurednv "
wrll known expert in New ork
on the subject of hypnotism ns an nid to
medicine is Dr .lohn D Quackenbos.
Dr Qunokcnbos save that it would be
utterly impossible by hypnotic sugges
tion to restore to u parmjiiu win lauuuy
"Tho days of miracles are past," said
Dr. Quackenbos. "You can t hypnotizo
dead legs Into motion bocatise the very
flint t ions thnt hypnotism must act upon
are destroyed But in cases of hysteria
the trentment is vaiunnie. Hysteria
simulntos anything, you know "
Dr. Fox explained at the Hotel Fred
erick last night tho method ho uses in
tackling paralysis. Ho was graduated
nine vesrs ago, ho said, from the College
of Physicians and Surgeons in Baltimore.
Six ye.-.rs ngo he was p. junior in tho Man
hattan State Hospital, Since that timo
ho has heen engaged in nrivvte rese.-.rch,
ho toldTilK St'N man, r.nd hadn't bothered
nbout getting his n.".mo in tho medical
"Here's the ide.r." said he, "In prv-ti-rally
rJl caes of paralysis tho pr.tietit
is never as bad as he thinks ho is. Tlie
apparent paralysis is always worso than
tno lesions would teem to produce. In
other words the patient invariably ro
fures to apply his will
"I bellovo that Luysterborgh will be
abln to walk unassisted within oight
weeks. I believe that he will bo a well
man within a year."
no ton Club's Shore of Chlrago Gate
Ciiicaoo, May JO -A bailiff of tho Mu
nipipnl Court this nftnrnoon served gar
nishment papers on tho White Sox base
ball club for J1.012 45 of the receipts from
to-dav's gnmo with tho Boston club
This its nn flToi-t on I ho pa.-t of the
Fi eopo.-t ball elub to rocover n judgment
against tho Boston club nwardtd on
Aneust 23 lat by Judge. Olson.
Tho litigation arose over the sale by
Freepo.-t to Boston of a pitcher in the fall
of looti Fit i bund -ed dollars was paid
at thattinieandit i nllofedthnt ll.nofi was
to be mild on May 10, into in tho sum
mer of mill suit was starlod.resulting In u
judgment by default
Reasserts Ills Opposition to
Recall or JudRr.
Portland Ore.. May in. A crowd
which filled the auditorium of the Third
Regiment Armory greeted Woodrow
Wilson. Governor of New Jersey, to
night. He wa enthusiastically received
Tho crorrd seemed to want to see the
possible Democratic nominee for Presi
dent in 1012
Gov Wilson took the "Oregon sys
tem' for his theme, though his subject
wa "Good Government " He said that
the initiative and referendum and the
direct primary were a credit lo the
cltirenship of this State.
Gov. Wilson took occasion to reiterate
his aversion to the recall of the judici.t-' .
"While I heartily favoi ti,i u-e ut the
recall for all administrative olllies, I
do not approve of it for the judiciary,
on the theory that one nf the gieatest
dangers with which W are beset in our
efforts to secure better government
is impatience. We aro prone to uss too
much haste to take too many short cuts.
I admit that, logically, it is unanswerable
that if we elect judges we have the right
to recall them, but 1 don't care a pepper
corn for logic."
Gov. Wilson and party left late to
night for the North, being scheduled
at Tacoma, Seattle and Spokane the next
.lohn Cain l.ojpi one llullet and Is ln
John Cain, the negro ex-convict who
ran wild with a knif" in Harlem Wednes
day night, killing two men and injuring
several other persons, was transferred
from the Harlem Hospital to Bellevue
yesterday, and one of the two bullets he
"received in the running fight wa ex-
rc-'ted This wns a .38 calibre bulle;
ivhich h)d lodged in his knee The other
bullet which entered his back and lodged
somewhere in his chest, ha not yet been
tnken out 1 he physicians said last night
that the negro seemed in a fair way
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