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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
PAGE FIVE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN X Established 1856 Incorporated 1903 PERSONALS DON'T TAKE OUR WORD! BUT COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THE LINE OF SUPERIOR MADE Waists and One - Piece - DRESSES For Evening Wear are absolutely the last word in all that is beautiful and perfect in this line. NEW STYLES-NEW FABRICS THE NEW LINE of Misses' and dirls' Blue Serge Suits and Dresses are a Picture of the Dress maker's Art. Prices way down. THE SECOND SHIPMENT OF Blazers & Knit Norfolk Jackets You Never Go Wrong at Seligman's SEL1E1H BROS. COMPM JJ TELEPHONES. Editor's office, 31 J. Business office, 31 W. Sir. and Mr3. G. V. Crawford are here from Kansas. Rev. I. E. Seder is here on his way to San Juan county. B. S. Phillips, the well known lum ber man is here from Velarde. Malaquias Martinez, well known re publican ami formerly territorial oil I inspector, is here from Taos, j Miss Dorothy Meyers, of Gallup, Is the guest of Miss Ruth Laughlin at her j home on Don Gaspar avenue. Mrs, O. C. Watson formerly of Santa Pe, and now of Pueblo, Colo., J is visiting Mrs. E. C. Abbott. j Mrs. T. A. Hayden's many friends are glad to see she is out again after ten days illness at the sanitarium. Frank Levan, the attorney, return ed yesterday from a business trip through the northern part of the state. Adjutant General A. S. Brooks of the New Mexico national guard, has gone to Dallas, Texas, to be gone for a week or ten days. His trip there is on official business. George Curry will leave tomorrow for a trip through Colfax county and other eastern counties in New Mex ico, where he will talk Theodore Roosevelt as long as he is able. Miss May Bergere passed a fairly good night and is reported to be doing ALL REBELS (N MEXICO UNITE TO GET MADERO Washington, D. C, Oct. 17 John T. Cameron, the El Paso cattle man kid naped by Mexican rebels and held for ransom, was released yesterday upon payment of $1250 to his captors. No disorder occurred in the street, but the banks and commercial houses, fearing the Inability of the rebels to maintain order, closed their doors. There is little danger of the inhab itants suffering from a siege, since the rebels control a large agricultural area in all directions. It is taken for granted thnt General I Aguilar is in accord with Felix Diaz j LADIES! You Will Find the Correct Styles In MILLINERY - AT MRS. W. LINDHARDT, 125 Palace Ave. The collector of customs at Vera Cruz turned over nearly half a mil lion of gold to the rebels and closed and that the two have entered into an ! the customs house. , j an w. r:.r"ni! rv- ; ,.t a 1 I LET US SHOW YOU Our Large Assortment of New Fall and Winter Goods Sweaters, Underwear, Gloves, Etc. Also a New Shipment of Bon Ton Corsets JULIUS H. GERDES, - Santa Fe. agreement with numerous bands of rebels in the states of Vera Cruz and Oaxaca. Shipping business is therefore at a standstill. Diaz, who escaped the vigilance of the government detec- It is rumored that Pascual Orozco ; tives on Sunday night, appeared in and Felix Diaz have readied an under standing to unite all the rebels against President Madero. , Mexico City, Mex Oct. 17. The Mexican government, insisting that Commodore Azueta is still able to con trol the gunboats today ordered him to bombard Vera Cruz, held by Gen eral Diaz. er, Indicate that Azueta's two boats, Bravo and Morelos, have been taken by the holders of Felix Diaz. A crisis has been readied in the af fairs of Mexico and President Made ro's administration is at a critical point. The resignation of his cabi- well after the operation for appendi-jnet was demanded in the chamber of citis. There were many callers today j deputies last night by Deputy Queri- UNITED STATES BANK & TRUST CO. CAPITAL 850,000 00 Does a General Banking Business;; Your Patronage Solicited N. B. LAUGHLIN, President. W. E. GRIFFIN, Cashier. J. B. LAMY, Vice-President. at St. Vincent's sanitarium seeking news of the condition of the patient. , Miss ; Mary McFie, daughter of Judge arid Mrs. John R. McFie of. this city, will sing iji ihe .Congregational Church 'tomorrow, according to . the Duke City papers. Miss McFie now is head of the music department of the University of New Mexico. FOR SALE Two Acres in Orchard and Small Fruit; Eight-room House, Stable and Other Buildings. t I! Six ACRES ON ACEQU1A MADREPart of Tract in Alfalfa and 18 Fruit Trees in Bearing. All, Under Irrigation. Mile from Plaza. 1 MANY MINERS LOST. Hobart, Tasmania, Oct. 17. It is now believed that forty-five miners perished in the north Mount Lyell mine near here which caught Are last Saturday.. The rescuers were still at work today and hoped to reach the lower levels soon, but as many men imprisoned there have been without food, water or clear air, since the fire broke out, little hope for their safety is entertained. Jalapa, capital of the state of Vera Cruz, on Tuesday, but his presence was not discovered until he was on the way to Vera Cruz with some 200 men. At the same time, Colonel Jose Diaz Ordaz, of the 21st infantry wan on his way from Orizba. Together Diaz and Ordaz entered Vera Cruz at i Ua., llftll UK , . I lit? llllH.ll- Dispatches from Vera Cruz, howev- trv wa8 in barracks there nn,l n nrnn- Sun-. osition to join the rebellion was sub mitted to the officers and men. It was accepted by practically the entire personnel of the regiment; but the I9th infantry regiment, also stationed there, rejected the proposal and was at once surrounded by the disloyal troops. Col. Gutierrez, commanding the I9th, notified the government of his loyalty and received orders to fight but the rebels numbered nearly j 600 while the . lflth was only 450 ' strong, and soon joined the rebels j without a fight. i This placed in the hands of Felix j Diaz not only all the troops in Vera i Cruz but six 80 milimetre guns and I ! an abundance of ammunition i El Paso, Texas, Oct. 17. Organ iza-; tion of a Felix Diax rebel "Junta" has assumed large proportions in' El lTnn l- .I..... 1 1 .1 .J . . Doubts as to the specific object of the t 7, " 6 '" "f , j nig me nigiu secieiiy in me Mexican j part of this city. Federal officials at j Juarez, Mexico, today declared dis ! belief of the reports from Vera Cruz, j but admitted that if true, the condi tion of a Felix Diaz rebel "junta" j General Pascual Orozco, the rebel leader in the north,' is working in close conjunction with the Diaz movement and is expecting developments in northern Mexico, although a ALL GOING ! LADIES' COATS, CLOAKS, SUITS and DRESSES are GOING TO BE THROWN ON THE COUNTERS THIS WEEK at prices that will shatter your nerves. We will show you that we can give prices, and on the very best merchandise, merchandise that we back up with our name and reputation. I ADOLF SELIGMAN DRY GOODS CO. INSURE WITH HAYWARD AND REST CONTENT. do Moheno, but the president of the chamber refused to permit discussion and the motion will come up again to day. With General Felix Diaz, nephew of the exiled ex-presldent, in undisput ed control of Vera Cruz, Mexico's most important seaport, reports have reached here also of new uprisings in various parts of the republic includ ing the city of Pachuca, only 55 miles from the capital. Beside this, the loyalty of the army is questioned FOR SALE One of the most com plete modern homes in the city of Santa Fe. FIVE ROOMS.SLEEPING PORCH, BATH, HEAT, BEST OF LOCATIONS For Price and Terms Inquire of JOSEPH B. HAYWARD, MANAGER, Room 8, Capita! City Bank Building, Santa Fe, N. M. IF IT'S REAL ESTATE, HAYWARD HAS IT. LOW-PRICE TO PURCHASER IF TAKEN AT ONCE i i CASCARE ITS" BEST BOWEL CLEANSER Headache, Sour Stomach, Bilious Aess and Bad Taste Gone By Morning. O. C. WATSON & CO. Phone, Red 189. 1 19 San Francisco St., : : Santa Fe, New Mexico- MULLIGAN & RISING, FUNERAL DIRECTORS License Numbers, 66-67. Day or Night Phone, I JO Red. Next Door to Postoffice. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indi gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and fer ments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold mis ery indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, Why Wait? SEND YOUR OPTICAL REPAIRS DIRECT TO TAUPERT, Dispensing Optician. E. LAS VEGAS, :t NEW MEXICO. Accurate Work-Quick Returns ! CORRICIC LIVER Y BARN NOBBIEST OUTFITS IN THE CITY Buggies and Saddlers a Specialty. 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A Cascaret tonight will give i considerable number of Dersonal fol- -was proclaimed provisional president by Colonel Jose Diaz Ordaz his cousin and commander of the 21st infantry, stationed at Vera Cruz. So far advanced are the plans of Diaz and his supporters, that they are said to have already selected a pro visional cabinet. Among those com posing it is General Bernardo Reyes, who is now in the military prison of the capital as the result of his fail ure of an attempted rebellion a year ago. He haB been named minister of war. Ex-Provisional President. Francisco de la Barra has been slated for the portfolio of foreign affairs and Al berto Garcia Grandades as minister of the interior. The department of communications according to the rebel fllan, is to go to Alberto Robles Gil, now governor of Jalisco, who it is said, may for mally throw his state into rebellion because of a sharp altercation with President Madero, who recently de manded his resignation. The town of Pachuca, in the state of Hidalgo, has been added to the list of the places controlled by Diaz through the action of Francisco Cha vez, former chief of the secret service when Felix Diaz was chief of police. When Felix Diaz was police chief, Chavez was jefe politico of Pachuca. uatnenng a rew state troops ana a ID Mexico, although a part of the Diaz plan did not materialize along the border territory. However, suspicion has been aroused recently by the seeming inactivity of federal troops in the north. Reports today show that rebels have burned nearly 40 bridges along the Mexico North western railway, torn down telegraph poles and ripped up the tracks. We Are Going to Sell Out All of Our Stoves And at Cost Prices, To make room for a large shipment of FURNITURE. Seeing the Coal Burners, Wood Burners, of all sizes and many styles, is enough tomake you buy. Pre pare now for the cold weather. OFFICER GOES ON THE STAND your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you" sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of. men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Don't forget the children their little insides need a good, gentle cleansing too. H. S. KAUNE a CG. Where Prices are Lowes for Safe Quality. The Home Grown Fruit Season is on and we are offering to the particular housewife the best to to be had in PEACHES, PEARS and PLUMS We can also supply you with FT. SUMNER CANTALOUPES the finest cantaloupes grown. We have jst received shipment of CHASE & SANBORN S Best Coffee and Teas RAPID DELIVERY SERVICE If you want the best in GROCERIES, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GO TO " H. S. KAUNE a CO. V Where Prices are Lowest for Safe Quality lowers, he has armed them and for mally declared the district under the Diaz banner. In Yucatan, two new revolutionary parties began operations today, one in the south and the other in the west of the state. It is assumed they are working under Diaz. Felix Diaz, ir a proclamation which reached the cap ital today, bitterly assailed Madero, and his family. The president is ac cused of being a murderous tyrant whom Diaz calls on all, especially the array, to assist him in overthrowing. Diaz promises that once peace has been restored elections will be hon estly conducted. In the meantime, the provisional government will, he says, be carried on by honest and capable men regardless of political af filiations. , At a meeting of the Vera Cruz chamber of -commerce, Felix Diaz ut tered the assurance that no forced loans would be made. , The rebel forces have been dispos ed at stragetic points and one detach' ment has been sent west to cut the railways so as to prevent the ap proach of military trains from the capital. The detachment of government troops sent from this city last night has been recalled and confined to quarters. Several hundred rifles and some millions of cartridges being unload ed from a German steamer at Vera Cruz, are assumed to have fallen in to the hands of the rebels. They had been ordered by the federal govern ment. There also were a number of machine guns on board. Jalapa and Cordova are reported to have fallen into the power of the Diaz forces. General Aguilar, with his followers, is said to be in occupation of Jalapa and another detachment of rebels is said to be marching on Cordova. The governor of the state of Vera Cruz, 1b reported to have been arrested at Ja lapa. Another report says Matamo ras and Tamaulipis have been taken by General Manuel Mendiziabal. A battle today between the rebels under Felix Diaz and the government troops is thought probable somewhere between Vera Cruz and Cordova. The rebels with Felix Diaz, and Col. Diaz Ordaz, at their head left Vera Cruz early today, following the line of the Mexican railway to meet the government troops from Mariano and Azcarraga, Salem, Mass., Oct. 17. Michael A. Barry, a Lawrence policeman, testi fied today in the trial of Joseph E. Ettor, Arthur Giovannatti and J. Ca ruso, members of the Industrial Work ers of the World, charged with being responsible for the shooting of Anna Lopizzo in a strike riot at Lawrnce last January. "Officer Gallagher and I met Gio vannatti after he had been addressing a crowd," Barry testified. "Galla gher told him that the strike ought to be conducted more peaceably. "You should conduct the strike by peaceful picketing," Gallagher told him, "if you want to win." "What is peaceful picketing?" Giovannitti ask ed. "Why," Gallagher replied, "stop ping men on their way to work and arguing with , them. , You shouldn't use any force or threats," "Oh, the h with that," Glovatnnatti re plied. "If they don't quit work we'll bust their heads." In further conversation Barry tes tified, Giovannitti spoke defiantly of the police militia and federal troops. THE AKERS-WAGNER FURNITURE CO. 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