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command of 2,000 men without a
A man like Porfirio Diaz, who
wofW r"1e with a rod of iron,
Gen. Felix Diaz.
and through terrorism, is needed
to bring order out of the chaotic
Ex-President Diaz is reported
When Madero overthrew Diaz
and was made president of Mex
ico, he promised an equal redis
tribution of lands to appease the
Zapataists. This was not done,
and Zapata continued his guer
rilla warfare. He, more than any
other Mexican, is responsible for
Gen. Bernardo Reyes was kill
ed in the fighting around thefcrl
ace yesterday, when the rebels
captured the city.
GOES TO AN ASYLUM FOR
A RAGTIME HIT
New York, Feb. 10. Believing
that all the ragtime music writers
who haven't been caught have ex
hausted their jingle tanks, Maud
Tiffany, the American variety
singer, who introduced "rag" to
England, is going into New York
insane-asylums in search of new
material. The singer arrived on
"They are all crazy about rag
time in England," she said. "The
crazier it is the crazier they get.
Nothing is too nutty for them.
The poetry written by maniacs is
the best stuff in the world to set
to ragtime music. I'm going to
investigate every bat bastile in
the city for a hit"
Three men held up saloon of
Thos. Loonen, 1100 W. Adams
st. Got $30. Escaped.
Colon. U. S. battleships Min
nesota, Ohio and Idaho sailed for
By French law no doctor may
inherit property left him by a de-
I ceased patient.