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'! i. , mjn' V-rpp "BT" -"gMcp; vf? t.V ', - - PAGE FOUR THE BfSBEh DAILY fiEVlEW. BISBEE. ARIZONA, SATURDAY' MORNING, MAY 27, 1911. """ -v v T&?r mmnamm ' . ptibwe 111 I ' " '" &4 III m j THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW AJI th Ntwm Thafa Fit to Print" WsUnt u ond class matter at ua rcstofflea at Bisbee, Arizona, un c Act of March 8. 1879. Pofellshtd at Bisbee, Arizona, th mining city In tbs west, at the fUvlaw Building, corner O. K. Street mm) Rtvlrw Avenue. CONSOLIDATED PRINTING AND PUBU8HINQ COMPANY sea H. KELLY Preeldent TELEPHONE .3 SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL OR CARRIER ONE MONTH t .75 SIX MONTHS .....- 4.50 ONE YEAR 8.00 ONE YEAR In Advance 7.50 Address all Communication to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Bltbee, Arizona WHO WILL LEAD? When a number of democrats iu the territory advised the constitu tional convention that It would bo dnnccroua to Incorporate the re call ot the Judiciary" In the consti tution, "when prominent 3emocrats and republicans joined In this ad vice, the radical majority In the con . mention refused to listen. Tboy even refused to heed this samo advice when It was given by prominent democrats in "Washington, including Bailey, of Texas, and Champ Clark, ot Missouri. They only shouted the louder lor trie Oregon" plan and refused to lis , ten to anyone except tho republican 'Insurgent -yawpere," who were seek lag to gain some notoriety by their shouts for tho radical constitution of Arizona. According to tho radi cal majority in tho constitutional convention the constitution was in no danger of meeting with tho ap proval of either the president or congress:, they declared that it would be made a national issuo and the president would not dare to with hold bis approval. The result of thf discussion of Arizona's constitution ir the lower house of congress where tho demo crats have an overwhelming majority will certainly not encourage the radi cals who figured on belli,; forced into the union- by a "national Issue" In which the massc6 of tho people would be lined up in support of the proposed 'recall ot tho judiciary in Arizona. The committoe on terri tories of the house, controlled by democrats, refused to approvo the Arizona constitution because it con tained tho recall of the judiciary. It is truo the majority agreed that Ari zona would eventually have this pro vision 1b the constitution If a ma jority of the people wanted It, but to admit Arizona under the enabling aet It required that congress should approve the constitution as it was presented; tils they refused to do and arranged for admission with a proviso that the people should again vote on this question at the first state election, thus relieving them selves and tho president of giving their approval to tho recall feature. The discussion showed that a number of the democratic mombers of the bouse, while willing to admit Vrlzocri snder tho resolution, werr as bitterly opposed to tho recall of the Jadiclary as the resident of thp United States or -nyone otse could be. After reading those democratic cpecches against the recall featurr of the constitution we are led to wonder who Is to lead tho "BaUoH al issue" In favor of the recall of tie judiciary as proposed In the Arisoao constitution Will It be Charier AVers. Geo. W. P. Hunt. Cannlff or of the Fecncy. Cortalniy noao prominent democrats In will undertake tho Job. congress NAVY ENLISTMENTS ARE NOW DESIRED. A young man in this city Is in receipt of a letter from tho navyjfrom Jan tho constitution recruiting station at Los Angeles f nltl. EOclety. which holds out as inaucemeneis for enlistments In tho navy, the fact that this fall tho United States ..-......, nt will visit many cf """ F . . .. the countries of Europe ana me pos- coumy u... -uu - .uu ""3ow charter under which the com slbllitics for those- enlisting now 'short in his accounts that tho short-.mission form can be adopted. nsTlnE an opportunity to take this j Toyagfc- . ' ThteJcUer.shouldPBcal.to tnoso;tno man naa oecn c.etieu w aaj along tho border who have shown an earnest desire for war since, the unpleasantness was started across the line in Mexico and wo take this occasion to suggest that whllo there may not bo as great opportunities in tho navy as this recruiting offi cer would have ono believe, still, to our mind, tho opportunities In tho United States navy aro Infinitely greater ithaa any to bo found iy an AmcrfcanMn connecting himself wltn any army in Mexico. It Is patriotic for cno to servo hla own country, cither in the army or tho navy, to a much greater degree than In go ing into "a foreign country to shoot men for cither land or cash. Following Is the letter from the navy recruiting station received by tho young- man la this city: My Dear Sir: Tho Navy Department has just mado y Tory important announce ment. It contemplates sending the battleship fleet lo Europe next fall. probably tho Mediterranean, possibly parts of Africa; thsl means that thousands of young Americans will have a chanco to see the world and get paid for IL Please understand that tho navy department does not promise you or anyone elso tnai particular trip w Europe. The navy department does not make promises of that nature, but thousands of young men will get It because thousands will bo needed for It. Why shouldn't you bo one of them? Ask jour parents about It Remember that most young men aro required ta apend about four months at a training station (prob- hlr tho summer at Newport, Unode Island, In your case) before going on board a man-oi-war, bo buu i nmk.i the mistake so many men mado who wanted to make the trip around tho world. Some of them enlisted too late. Since thero aro not much moro than four months before the fleet starts, prompt action Is necessary. If you would iikc to travel u you would like to make this trip abroad. think hard and think quickly, for nromnt action Is necessary. Thero is an excellent chance for you to bo one of the thousands who mako it. if you enlist now. The navy Is full of opportunities for ambitious young men. Do you want to make. a gooa start in life? Travel is education, but travel is only one of the many advantages of tho navy. No ono elss than 17 years or age need, under any circumstances, ap ply for enlistment; no ono under 13 jears of age can enlist In the navy without tho consent of parents or guardian. MEXICO AND THC NEW PILOT. The taking of Juarez changed in an hour the whole face of Mexican affairs. It was like tho moment when, at the cfoso ot an autumn day. the loaves which have been drift- ng north suddenly swerve in the other direction, and a chwl pervades the air, says the Republic We cannot but think that to the outsiders tho causes of the astonish ing changes are to be sought in the slow but sure infiltration of the Moxlcan social fabric with new ideas consequent upon the educa tional and economic policies of Pros dent Diaz. Tho Diaz administration lands for two things the "big subI ness" regime of the "clentlficos" and tho new spirit Just referred to. Diaz, personally incorruptible, has worked with what tools ho might. I So. sooner or later, the opposing forces he himself unleashed were bound to come into head-on collision. Had the fate been more merciful, ho would havo died first; "there would have beon a time for such a word. The eyes of tho world are now upon Senor de la Barra. In St. Louis particularly there is interested speculation upon the future course 1a KTnvfnnn ahtn rf atnfn In Ttnr ,. .. -. .- . of bis informal expressions of opln- t. - !. XfA.LA Ma vn Ml , t vC , his recent visit here.' lie lwncatea miho clearlv thn his CMvicttoa ilayr v-ari) oi i-rnicnix mm bu5 quite cieany, wen, nis conviction , getted a boAIiX of workg n. that two chief problems pressed for til stK$i time as authority for char- solution-the refonn of elections and the agrarian question. He admitted, t. .... . too., tiiaf ttur. h.rf by inference at wast, taat there luw beea last arroaad for compJalnt of the high-handed methods of conduct- i. ... lBg efectlOBS ana mat taere was , , . . ,. iny bers. Each win be paw a good ani seed for reform. As to the land , . . ... . ,,, , ,,M oueetlon. he appeared impressed with !., !,.,,. f i,wB i-Awill report to the council at each ithe Importaace of breaking up ,., nnrt wni h or tracts into small Individual holdings, for its offect both upon tho return THE MAN AND THE OFFICE. It wa3 said not long ago of a ..,..., u , a .., , age was auo to incompetency ratnerj Uhan to dishonesty. In other words i , fW'i' t., J.y'4 ' OARING FRENCH HUH FETED Lion of the Spanish Capi tal: King Alfonso Con fers Cross of Order ' - of Alfonso-XII FROM PARIS TO MADRID MADItlD. May 26 Pierre Vedrine, a French aviator, completed today a cross country, cross mountain flight in tho Petit Parlslcnnes raco from Paris to Madrid and. tonlgnt tnc Hon ot tho Spanish capital. On tho lapel of his coat hangs a cipss of tho order of Alfonso .til, which is reserved for persons who distinguish themsehes In arts and sciences. It was pinned thero by the hand of tho Spanish monarch. who at an audience granted vedrrae m ih today congratulated him cry anu auerwarus cngagea mm in convention for an hour, tcuruw wuiiicu iu . DU or tho race, a -Silent ot no miles, in two hours and forty-live minutes. The honor and emoluments of tho great international flight all belong to him, for Garros is still within tho fa'nesc3 of tho Pjrenncs, near Andean: nnd Gilbert, the only other competitor, abandoned tho race this afternoon at Burges, when a ntrwg wind and rain storm began. Albert Chevialier, the English comedian. Is to make a Canadian tour. office the duties of which, .vtere un familiar to him and he was not able to fill it satisfactorily. This is a condition of affairs which should bo more humiliating to tho people who elected him than to the official himself. It is no uncom mon thing for an individual to havo an exaggerated or mistaken Idea as to his fitness for certain positions, but thero Is no good reason why any considerable body of voters should be deceived as to his ability, or should be led through any coin passionate or whimsical emotion to elect him to an offlco which ho Is not competent to fill. Once upon a time it was rather fashionable for tho sovereign voter to pride himself on voting for meas ures rather than for men. In most voting communities now it Is get ting to bo a sort of habit with the voters to look rather closely to the man as well as to tho measures he Is advocating. It Is all right to vote for good measures, but every good measure ought to hao a good man behind It. An' officer should be both honest and capable. If he can not stand the test in both these qualifications he should be elected to stay at home and that, too, by an overwhelming majority. A man may be thoroughly honest and have the best intentions in the world. and at the same time may be thor oughly unfit to assume an Important ruihllr- trust. Officers are the ser- i , . . .,. ivanU of the people, and the voters i,- ,-,, ,. make a grave mistake when tney .o I ... ,,,, . inot insist upon a high standard ot I qualification I A B0ARD OF public WORKS (Tucson Citizen) rUf WMJTO VI MIT ivt0 vuaCta V 4La nltlfu, nlkmaA n t A A d() B)jt pjj theia t( p under the commission form of government, '"?& ThecK plan now before the city council of Phoenix has a number of features ..... , M.t f ,u- -..,.. ties that faror the commtMion form j J"- ""Lr ."" . : . . -z .. board ot puonc worics ot tares mem- aw nri xrlll tin rAntilro tA ilavAt. 'all of his time to city affairs. They t bond that will insure the city against loss in contract work. So authority of the legislature is necessary to create such a board. It can bo done by ordinance. If Phnnnlr admits Mavnr Chrlstv'a RUtr. gestion tbo experiment will bo fol- lowed with keen interest by the , Tnlg ,a one of sereraj Arizona cities that will probably petition the nt session of tho legislature for Hear tbo acw ausIc Q K tnea. ter. I BeJft pctnrw at)lta8 q K theater. - 111.11W. ilt.i, -1, 111, i I !,.' 1 PRESS COHHEHT m ER RESIGN SEAT Feels This Js Only Way to Save Friends from Ex- posure-by New Sen- ate Probe LAFOLLETTE' ENDS SPEECH I WASHINGTON, May 26. After) (Special to Tho Review.) devoting practically tho cntlro ses can,,., ?on Vex MWC-Th slon today to a discussion of the I Cananea. Son.. Mex.. Slay ..G.-Tno proposed reinvestigation ot tho dec- federal prisoners who havo been im tlon of Senator Lorimer, the senate prisoned for tho past flvo days in adjourned without action, deter. tllo cuartel were liberated last night mined to proceed again with tho i.,j . .1..1- ,- question at tho next sitting. Monday ; Md Permitted fo go to their homes. LaFollotto concluded his four-day I Tho liberation of tho prisoners re speech and announced that when suited in a protest from the citizens tho voting stago is reached ho would of the city who demand that they bo change his resolution as to pro- bo punished. This morning a large vido that the senato shall elect an- delegation called at tho municipal investigating committee ot flvo from among the new senators. propo8ltion and uaiiey and Dilllng- 'ham opposed iL , Ja tbQ cloalr raoiaa of Benatc today tocro was macb discussion ot th( persistcnt rumor that Lorimer- lght rcgIgn bcf0TO the new jnqulr ,b actual)y authorized to protect his friends from attack of those seeking to unseat him. Neither his colleasuo, Senator Cul-' lorn. r ymer members of tho III- UCICK.V. i. m u u r.". admit they had knowlJge of such Intention on tho part of Lorimer. puiic I Afjp nWPJER OF L-riHO. I-HIVC. u en J" I rUnilNA'JYHNt, UICO i PALO ALTO, llay 6. Chas, D. Lane, a widely known pioneer miner and mino operator, died at the home of his daughter hf-a today. vHIs most successful mines were tho TJtlca mine at Angels, Cal., and tho Fortuna in Arizona and Wild Geese at Nome, Alaska. His widow is made tho solo beneficiary of his wilL SHERMAN LAW snono PIECES (Continued from Pago 1.) pends upon 'he point ot view. What is one man's meat ds another man's poison; and what might seem unreas onable lo Mr: Justice Holmes might saem entirely sane and logical to Mr Justice Lamar. Upsets Past Decisions. The Standard Oil decision over threw a long line of decisions of the august tribunal. Federal control cf the interstate commerce Is tho bene ot contention running through r.d cf them. First of all, there was Colo vs. Krroi, In which tho court discussed the relations of interstate commerce to property intended for commerce. and took the narrow view of the nation's power. Then came the caso of Ivldd vs. Pearson, in which tue court hold that a distillery in Iowa might not make alcohol for Interstate commerce, because a law prohibited making it for use In that state. Next came tho Knight case tho great sugar trust litigation. Following the rules laid down in the two previous cases, the court held that production and commerce . are two very different things. The state has control over production, j Therefore. It a combination bought up certain rofinerieg and controlled the production of sugar, that was no concern of tbo federal law hecauso making sugar was very different from Interstate commerce in sugar The mero monopoly ot the Instrricei tailtim vt production was uo assui- imuit-tf ui iiruuucuon -wits uo assur -. .. . .... .-.. cmlnerW ,7lsugar!'yConse en7 ed governo, ofl tte . the court held that the government district and assumed his new duties. iTaa not proved violation of tho Sher- ,, ?.vM, r man act when it proved that the su- Vl0 RrCT! u"!, .S v Tolows gar trust had come into mononol- , "jjf"011; cUe" Hih5 Ihi n of tho InstrumentallUes for maKing n f occasion that the con snar 1 ventions advanced my candidacy as That fateful vision has beon th. ' vice presWent of ltoto 8- stumbling ioc of trust prosecution ure " ! fjJrl over a lonK term of years. For a president, I stated that I " P long reriod. the Sherman act was a Farod l fc any "i ,Zl t dead letter since the department of y coirpatriots cons dered Utl Justice lolleved that the sunr.rao f onia bo ot V and tnat " tb p court had decreed Its nononfonK.- lie, vote conferred upon mo a po- ment. The statute had no "puBCh" M so ,ter al' Bf . In it when so many fatal technical- my Intention wo"ld to to recond in all itles were interposed. resrocts Gen. Diaz s policy, as far as The first ray of light came about ll lav, ,n ?? FweJ"' 1 thlJX two hours before tho Standard t'il Panizemmt of the nation, which decision was banded down. Old vet- had developed so notably under his erans of the' bench were amaid administration. when Justice McKenna road an oj.ln- "Those who concern themselves Ion which seemed to overthrow the w'i PblIc affaIrs and have ohserv- Knlrtt decision and a score of others tuelr Progress during tho last relating to Interstate commerce . J"03" will he able to say whether I This was the State of Oklahoma navo compiled with my intention, vs. the Kansas National Gas com- Seconds the President, pany. In this case the legislature ot "For my part, I can say thai I have Oklahoma passed a law forbidding never endeavored to bring about the the taking of natural sas outside the least orstacle, either in the prest. state. Tho court decided that Okla- -dent's policy or his manner of carry- homa Dyiy not do this. A otato can" 'K It out even at the cost or sacf- rot monopolize Its resources. Pro- Icing my continuation, both because ductlon is not to bo regarded as this was the basis of my program merely a state affair. It is in affair and because this corresponded to my of tho wbolo people, greater than tho position, peonlo of a single state. Tn tho events which have shaken Thus tho court found that instead the country during the latter n-onths of the state being sole and absolute tho president has teen brought to sovereign to rule over production consider that it is ratriotic to resicn within the stato tho nation Is the from the high office that tho almost solo sovereign; the national Interest unanimous vote of Mexicans had con alone must bo considered. In essence fcrrcd upon him In tbo last election, and application this is a complete re. and1 that it Is advisable at tho same vsrsai of tho Knight case. tjme that tho vlco president do Ilk'- Hear tho eiecinc piano. O K.the- aterv , . ; Htllllil i--- -1 fa DEMAND LI OF FEDERALS Juan Cabral and Men Have Time Quieting Mob in - Cananea Yestenfav -Morning FEDERALS ARE LIBERATED palace to await on col. juan uaorat i and demand tho roarrest of the fed- bral was not at the palace and Gov. ernor Gayou spoke to the crowd, stat- leg that the federals have been sum. clently punished and that they would not interfere with the people any more. However, this did not satisfy the mob and they desired that tho federals bo arrested anyway. Another demand was that S. Robe- les .j,,, waa appontM BeCretary ot Btat tvsjg,,. as they havo no confi- dence in him. Gayou prorated that . .. fahn .,,,-- Addresses the Crowd. Tno crowd lncn raui11 to on- quillo, where at tho bank corner one of tho crowd mounted a wagon and talked to tho people, telling, thero to have confidence in their now officials. At about that time Cabral appeared on tho scene, com.ingfrom the cuartel. Ho gave the people a good talk and aprarcntly settled the affair, as when ho left cries of "Viva Cabral" were ncard on an sides. Tho people want to see tho fede rals run out of town, or they may do them an injury. The two men whom they seem to be against more strongly than any others are Ilegln aldo Arnold, brother ot the former mayor, and Arturo Carillo, formerly a judge and at one time manager ot tho baseball team here. It Is stated fhnt ffiWUrt .--lei at firm lima nn ! American citizen, being born in the tUiles, but that ho renounced his American citizenship to become a citizen of Mexico. This affair of this morning was nothing but tbo people making their wishes known, and it was dono In a true Latin fashion. It is probaolo that the inn wno have engendered the hate of the peo ple will leave town at their first op fortunity. MUST STAND TRIAL ON CHARGE OF MURDER DENVER. May 2C Frank H. Henwood, the man about town who killed Sylvester L. Von Phul, tho amateur ballonlst and wine sales man In a barroom at the Brown Palace hotel after a row starting over rivalry as to whom a soctetv Voman favored, must stand trial for murder ' The coroner's jury this afternoon found that ho shot Von Phul with , felonious intent. DIAZIFLEES CAPITAL TO (Continued from Page 1.) . , .. . . n(n. ,- nv ilurlnz the regime of Diaz was to-lay wise,.so. that new men and new ener. gies should rontinuo forwarding tho , prosperity of tho nation; and, follow- - .,irilfcMiiW . ---liJni.. I ON WAY Advertising In Brings M. F. DIcus, PrcsL Walter Cos! In, V. Prcst & Treas. II. A. Btrodthoff, Secy. Dicus Plumbing & Heating Co. INCORPORATED. Jobbers of Plumbers & Tinners Supplies Plumbing, Tin Work, Steam & Hot Water Heating, Gru, Fitting .... Sewer Work, Etc Telephone 2G8 Bisbee, Ariz.. W. D. 0tteil, City, Dear Sir:- It pays to advertise. I saw your ad- vertisement in the REVIEW stating that you would be here ten days. If you will call at our plumbing shop, opposite ELKS' building, I will talk to you about a typewriter. , I am very respectfully, . Walter Goslin, Bi3bee, Ariz. Ing my program of seconding jBen cnal Diaz's policy. I join my resigna tion with his and- in the present note 1 retire from tho offlco of vlco presi dent 'of the republic, begging the chamber to accept IL "I beg of you to inform yourselves of the adovo which I submit with tho protests of my highest' consideration. "Liberty and the constitution, Pa ris, May U. 1911. (Signed) "RAMON CORRAL." Street venders are doinrr n mod business In the sale ot pictures, ,eavc hero for Saltlllo at tho same both largo and small of Madero. Jt,me Senor Carranza has private Manifesto Issued 1 advices that do la Barra has or- . Senor Domlnguez issued tho fol- 'owing manifesto to all tho iesur rectoB within the federal district, urging that the terms of tho peaco agreement do onserved: "T nrdprN vm. r .ninj h.tm 'ties as the delegate ot Francisco I. , Maaero and as chief of the army cf 1 liberation la the federal district and in tho states of the center and' south of the republic, and In ac- cordance with the latest arrange- ments ana treaties mado with then government Must Cease Attacks "I order as follows: That the forces under your commands sus pend hostilities against the forces of General Diaz, such as attacks upon towns, ranches, etc and tho destruction of lines of communlca- i,er wero wounded jesterday by sol tion and In general all acts ot war. dfers in a riot which developed when In the knowledge that all who do not the residents of Zacateeas gathered observe this injunction will bo se- to celebrate tho signing of tho peace riously dealt with; that I will give agreemenL After terrorizing the you all possible facilities for the tr,- i. rint.ra nnv,i ., quick reparation or lines of commu- nal. Tne soniicrs Dred Into the 'nicalion giving you aid in this dl-'mob-' rectlon wherever necessary that joSO pereg Castro, known as the you should preserve order in an 1 -sk stocking rebel chief" ot Mex , otllclous manner, giving every sort I lc0 citJ.( ,oter cntercd ZacatecaB , cf guaranty in the territory under , wUh a part o hIa band of 2oo men. juui cuuiiuuiiu, iuui 111 cube yo-a need to call upon the people in your vicinity for resources you shall I Follclt them personally or by mean? of some person duly authorized, giv- ling In return a receipt for the I same; that tho division of forces found In tho territory of tho fed ora.' district shall be united with the largest body to bo found in tho territory immediately outside that territory." Ancther manifesto signed by Do- minguez urged that order be pre served by citizens. They were dls- I tributed broadcast today. Wires Are Cut AH tho wires of the Federal Tele- ' graph company and of the Mexican Telegraph company, which operates tho cable line to Galveston, were cut yesterday at a point between Espanza and Aplzaco. It is presumed to have been the work of bandldts who several days ago tore up the railroad tracks in that vicinity. Mr. de la Barra received a com-1 mtttee of five deputlos from the chamber last night and was off!- ciauy nouiiea 01 tno resignation ci ( xj,e Outlook." The examination cov General Diaz and hl3 appointment to ered a three months' period and In fill the position during the ad inter- eluded the counties of New York Im period. Previous to that time, and Kings, the richest in the stele, throughout the day Mr. de la Barra i-re results are remarkable as show remained in the department of for- nff (j) now few people, comparatfvo eign relations disposing of urgent y speaking, leave any estates at all business. Many times during the anil (2) the low averago value of atternoon crowds of manlfestants estates. The following Is a sum gathered In front of the department mary of the facts shown: of foreign relations shouting grltosi (j) out of 10,000 persons over to Madero and de la Barra, and at tweuty-flve years of age dying during 5 p. m., Mr. de la Barra, responding the quarter only 3,351, or Just about to the calls, stepped to the balcony one-ihird, left any estates whatever, and bowed acknowledgment Speech- of those' who wero heads of families es were then made to the new presi oniy one-half left any estate; the dent by two young men in the crowd, other half left nothing, not eve a and to each of these Mr. de la Barra savings bank account responded. His words urged peace (2) Of the 3,351 estates i4sila4s and order, and were loudly cheered, tered on, only 8S4 about 27 per cent J jot all estates and 9 per cent of all Hunting for Federals those dying were worth over $5,8-W. ' SAN DIEGO, May 2C Only about1 (3) Sixty-five per cent of all left 25 of General Pryce's men wero at no estates; 25 per cent of all left Tia Juana today. The rest of his estates valued at -under $5,009, the force of 250 well armed and well average value of those below this mounted Insurgents are In tho Hold amount being $1,292. Less than 9 endeavoring to intercept tho feder- per cent of all left estates valued at als tinder Colonel Mayot The 100 $5,000 or over. men who remained at Tia Juana at-1 These investigations wero made ter the parties wero sent out yes-, without reference to life Insurance terday had left. but they afford a powerful argument Ptob this afternoon disnatched 73 of llfo insurance. They are tho re- under Captain Curtis to Join In hanting for Mayot's federals. Nothing can bo learned hero as to the whereabouts ot tho latter. Ordered to Leave Coahulla satj jktonio. Tex.. Mav 2G. Dr. Vasqucz Gomez, diplomatic agec - -- "II I .MUM The REVIEW Results " May 24th-" . ft',; . JO-J . for the revolutionists, learned urith satisfaction of tho resignation of i-resiaent .uiaz. "That is the beginning of the paci fication of Mexico. I expect order ,to ba restored within & few weeks," no commented. Gomez expects to hear from Pro visional President de la Barra to morrow. He is to leave for Mexico City Saturday morning. Senor Ven ustiano Carranza, provisional gjover- nor of tho state of Coahulla. will E8 'IS 1PS ,a Coahu,U to evacuate that state. Act With Federals EAGLE PASS. Tex.. Mar 26. ' Four carloads of insurrecto soldiers , aTLV.e1. in cluilad Porflrio Diaz last niE?1 to, co-operate with the fed- ' erals and ""rales In maintaining or- dtr and. to movo on Las Vacas, whfro, lho Magonlstas, the Mexican i B0cla,lst8. , are supposed to be in " "b"'"01- """ "" -""'"o go- crnment and the Madero party. Cio dad Porflrio Diaz Is now controlled by officers favorable to Madero Four Killed at Zacateeas ZACATECAS. Mex., Mav 2S. Four . iwniM w i-'tti,i ,.i )..,,'.. .,. Will Continue the War SAN DIEGO, Cal., May 26. Three houses at Tecate, Lower California, l-elonging to loyal Mexicans, were burned yesterday by a detachmont of 25 men from the band now holding Tia Juana, Lower California. A renewal of hostilities in Lower California Is indicated by tho publi cation here of a letter from Ricardo Ilores Magcn, declaring that the movement began bv the Mexican lib eral party would bo continued regard less of any terms arranged between the government and the Madero fol lowers. Take your family to the O K the ater tonight. AVERAGE VALUE OF ESTATES Mr. Charles B. Spahr of Columbia University, slnco deceased, made an examination at oae time of the rpmrila nt tho Rtl-rnpntM nf tMrtv- hvo counties in tho state of New j yorjfp aBi published the results In suits of lite not its rosy-hued expec tations. They warn men that if they would do better tnan the average man they must employ better metb- od than th nrpraee man. . Seo Jack McGregor. Agent Room 3. Bank of Bisbee Bldg or drop me a car to P. O. Bex 3S9, or phase 219. $ -w , na4(trt 1 4 t ' I " 4 Hrt v , f v . .. 1 '. vX W V.V;'W,.;M, l"J rlVS'' ..:- t -1 '- - , V'"