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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 5 February 1913

SEES HO VIOLATION J. $. SUPREME COURT DISMISSES CHARGE AGAINST UNITED MACHINERY FIRM. UPHOLD LOWER COURT RULING High Tribunal Held That It la Net Liberty to Past on Indictment In Cage, but Muat Accept Interprets tien ef Court Below. Washington, Feb. 4. Tli unit of the "Untied States against the I'nlted Shoo Machinery company wtia disn.iif.sed by the 1'nlted States Supreme court, which held that thn combination charged against Sydney Winslow and other officers was not In violation of the Sherman anti-truat law. No Restraint of Trade. The Supremo court held It Is not at liberty to pans on the Indictments In the cane, but must accept tlu Interpre tation of the court below. Accepting this Interpretation, the Supremo court held that the combination of three companies which tlid nat crmiete with one another could not produce re straint of competition. Werger of Companies Charged. ' It was charged that the shoe ma chinery corporation took over tho busl. neiw of tho Consolidated and McKay l...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

"7 r? I ' - ' bin o- ' A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE SPECIAL SERVICE OF THE WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION,- THE LARGEST PUBLISHING HOUSE IN THE WORLD. VOLUME t RICHMOND, KENTUCItY,; WEDNESDAY, FEB11UAEY 12, 1913. N UMBER 6. ) 0 ?1P LAYMAN GETS APPOINTMENT ELIZAEETHTOWN ATTORNEY IS NAMED BY GOVERNOR TO SUC CEED JUDGE CHIELF. CHOICE IS SATISFACTORY Claude Mercer Succeeds to Common. waithe Atvrnv Which Position the New Judge Had Hekl U nap p ed For a Decade. Western Newspaper 'felon Xows Service. Frankfort. Almost ten years to the Iour from the time when he entered upon his duties as Commonwealth's Attorney in the Ninth judicial district, J. H. Layman, of Elizab-thtown. re ceived from Gov. MrCreary his ap pointment a3 Circuit Judge of the same district to succeed the lar.e Judge W. s. Chfclf. At the -same time Claude Mercer, of , Hardinsburg, received. his ? nvointment as . Cooimo wealth's At ionicy to succeed Judge Layman. They -v.'!-c sworn in at Hart' his burg, where riiey went t...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

SI u. UP V Unl Mat the whi cha -oth ihe i i urn ii rvss6ix:xiizt rt.n.r-w h "v T iff fl PE; ti'-c!l! Pi , s fTTsk y V: f.ili-- ' i:VOS8lf-""" ' 7 1 Mrs. Richard Coke Burleson Is to be grand marshal of the suffragist pageant that -will he held In Washing ton on March 3. She Is seen here standing by the horse she will ride, and in evening costume. CUPID IS Miss Winthrop Will Build $15, 000 Trysting Place. Woman Sees Wees of Street Corner, Cafe and Dance Hall Courtships in Gotham and Becomes a Philanthropist. NVw York. There's no use in deny ing the fact that young lovers of New York City have a pretty hard time in setting away with it. Anyhow, tender-hearted Bliss Gordenia Winthrop of Washington, after five years of lorgnetted investigation of some of the rather distressing social condi tion? of tliejtown, says it Is so. Forth iU she decided something really ought to be done hence a rather in teresting announcement from Miss Winthrop. But before launching Into Miss Win throp's solutio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

VrJil f& I had a narrow escapepemgconvL BE Wonders' what.. it is-tkn suddenly fwdsqvt II A '"Qi A "0) A I i - - llll the MADISONIAN Is Prepared To Do All Kinds of First-Class IpmntengI t ; 2 ; At Reasonable Rates. Your Patronage Is Solicited. The best workmen only are employed. Satisfaction guaranteed New Job Presses New Type Faces New Cuts and Designs LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS STATEMENTS CARDS AND ANYTHING YOU WANT The Following Comparison Is of Interest to Newspaper Readers: The amount of reading matter contained in a Newspaper, to a certain extent, determines its value. We expect to show you by the table below that THE MADISONIAN is the LARGEST NEWSPAPER in the City of Richmond: Column Inches in MADISONIAN Advertising, column inches News and General Reading Matter, column inches Our largest competitor has column inches . . . Advertising, column inches News and General Reading Matter, column inches 927 45 882T 864 715 149 Jff TENDERS WHAT IT IS-TJEN SUDDENLY FINDS OUT, am THEREF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

- If you want to sell corn, see faring. ' He is . paying a big price. 5 2-t -oo- A . 1I I a i rnaay win De vaienune s day. j Don't forget to celebrate and send j "her" a valentine. -oo- ; Don't fail to hear Geo: Stuart who will lecture -at Normal Chapel, Feb. 17. : R. the -oo- Mr, Joe Collins and his daugh ter, Mrs. Jas. Arbuckre, have taken the Dudley .Tribble ..property on West Main.. : .'', . 4 ; Heidelberg now has: a moving picture show running at full blast They opened with : about 100 people. r. - ' ' -oo- Messrs. Power and Coblish, of Maysville fancy poultry raisers, were guests in this city during the poultry show. ; . " - -oo- On Friday Judge H.. was in Frankfort on He tells, of his cordial by Gov: McCreary.. C. Rice business, welcome -oo- The wholesale price of apples is $3.00 per barrel, while potatoes are 15 cents per peck. This should bring smiles to the face of the poor man. 1 -oo- Extension of city limits of Ir A'ine is proposed. The trustees held a meeting on Saturda...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

3 been writing for about haven't met her yet. a year bat - W. B. &7C The Proper Present to Give. Is it proper for a. lady to accept a ring from a young man, as a Christ mas gift? I enjoy your department cry much. LO.C I am glad yon like the department. but am afraid you will cot like my answer to your question. I do not think a ring should be given by a young man for a gift unless it is meant for an engagement ring. There are eo many other things to give and a ring is a token reserved as a love offering from the man to the girl whom he expects to make his wife- There are no rules regarding ques tions for our department, save that they be of interest to others and have a bearing upon the topics discussed. Seems to me a pair of gloves or a hair-dozen fine handkerchiefs, or a box of monogramed stationery, -would be appropriate gifts for the friend you have never seen. Reply to "Two American Beauties." You two chums are very kind to like what I say in the department, but I have some...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

SERIAL STORY Wot en's i Candidate : I I & 2 By QTRON WILLIAMS SYNOPSIS. In a spirit of fun Mayor Bedight. a winner visitor, la chased through the JOoaa i)jr ten laurning girls, one ot whom Gaieties and kisses. The 'girls form wejnaeljrea Into a court and sentence him an the bidding of one of their number act. day for ten days. A legislative Jjneasju-e opposing woman suffrage, which dropped from the mayor's pocket. Is used to oo pi pel him to obey the mandates of the girls. His first day of service Is with May" Andrews, who takes him fishing. They are threatened by the sheriff with arrest. Miss Vining sees what she con siders & clandestine meeting between one of ttie girls and the mayor. The next day he feoes driving with Mabel Arney. They meet with an accident, are arrested and locked up. but escape. The mayor returns to the hotel, -finds the sheriff waiting for him. and takes refuge In the room of Bess "Winters. He plans to get poRsewslon of the Incriminating bill. "With Ha...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

) - THE MADISONIAN Published Every Tuesday at Rlchmond,Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - - Editor & Owner . SUBSCRIPTION RATES One YearT. ..-- Six Months. Three Months.. One Month. in Advance. ...$1.00 ... .60 ... .35 ... .15 ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce P. S. Whitlock, of Kirksville, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. LEEDS as a candidate for Police Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that The MADISONIAN is a candidate for entry into each home in Madison county, subject to the approval of the Family. We stand for the HOME CIRCLE first, last and al ways. $1.00 per year. NO SIX YEAR TERM. It now seems that the resolu tion limiting the term of the President to a six year term and making him ineligible to re-election will fail of passage. The House is hopelessly divided on the question. It is doubtf...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 12 February 1913

THE JESTER'S VALENTINE Tho writing of a Valentine May seem an easy thing; But you must use discretion When you do it fop a King. Mark Fenderson. HEARTS AND DARTS OF ST. VALENTINE Tls the returnisj festival of the enerable Bishop Valentine, as be rhymed by poets and beloved of lovers la these wireless telegraph days, as It was In Merrie England of old, when, as Charles Lamb records, ."the weary and all forspent twopenny postman sank beneath a load of delicate em barrassment not his own." What manenr of person was this aint of eternal youth, whose name so brightly burns and glows in- the rubric? The Church Calendar assigns him to the distant date of 270 A. D., but gives no particulars. We do know, however, that through all these Intervening centuries Saint . Valen tine's name has typified "that univer al sweet unrest which impels poor humans to seek perfection in union, Also, that hearts and Hymen's darts, and rhymed madrigals, in which the sender's name must be read between the lines...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

IT TTI 7 LJi tLJzzZ V If ; S 0 1 VOLUME I. TO ESTABLISH GAME PRESERVE TWENTY WHITE TAIL DEER ARE TO BE TURNED LOOSE IN JACKSON, LESLIE AND WAYNE. WILL BRAND THE ANIMALS President Sachs is Pleased With Work of Commission. and Speaks of Good Effect of Enforcement of Laws. Bv tieves In Licensing Hunters. " WsteFn Newspaper Union News Service. Frankfort. A big game preserve in the Kentucky mountains will be estab lished this year: The game and fish commission .has bought twenty white - roii Kaf atia n.r tail deer, the best breed native to Ken tucky hills, and will set them, tree in Jackson, Leslie 1 and Wayne, - counties aS' soon as the roads'are in" condition o permit travel by"agoniback'.from Hie railroads. .v. ... Executive Agent J. Q.vWard said it i3 .probable that the deer. will be branded, as there is no law now to prptect deer in Kentucky, excepting one preventing the killing of ""marked deer,"' He thtjught the brand will, protect the new herd until legislation oaa be secured. It...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

T11LE FIGHT Oil REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS FOLLOWING EXAMPLE OF ' THE PROGRESSIVES. START IN CAMPAIGN OF 1914 Opening of Democratic Headquarters Delayed Until Wilson Makes His Appointments G. O. P. Leaders Still Hope for Amalgamation. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washlngtaon. Beginning not later than the first week In April, the cam palgnsof three parties for the con trol of the next house of representa tives will be In full progress. There "will ! be no halting. It is promised, at .the time of the 1914 elections, for it Is the Intention of the three political organizations to keep up the fight till the successor to Woodrow Wilson Is hosen in 1915. At the time the plans of the Pro gressive party and the details of its campaign beginnings were given in these dispatches recently it was in timated that the Democrats and the Republicans might be heard from in a few dayB. Now it is fully assured that the Democratic and the Republican parties are to follow ' the early ex- ample of the Progressive pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

3 t mm, m Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. ' Sign your name to all news items. . Get in our "For Sale Column.' -oo- Get in our "For Rent Column." -oo- Kellogg & Co. one of the most enterprising firms in the state, now have an auto delivery. -oo- The annual Conference of County Superintendents meets in Frankfort, April 2, 3 and 4. - -oo- A resolution has been: adopted by Kentucky State University, tabooing the 'Turkey Trot" Hurrah for State! -oo- Mr.J.T. Ferriell left Tuesday with a party of men from Rich mond and Winchester to see some land at Monroe, La. -oo- Prof. G. D. Smith, of the State Normal, has been in Somerset in the interest of establishing a 1,000 acre fruit farm in Pulaski county. -oo- "Mr. Bob" will be seen at the Normal Feb. 22nd, 8 p. m. The Model School Play by the third and fourth graces, Feb. 20th. Admission 10 cents. -oo- Dr. J. S. Locke, of the Rocke feller Commission with his corps of ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

mm, M Tell us the news. We appreciate it and its our pleasure to serve you. Phone 638, 659 or 791, or write us. ' Sign your name to all news items. . Get in our "For Sale Column." -oo- Get in our "For Rent Column.' -oo- Kellogg & Co. one of the most enterprising firms in the state, now have an auto delivery. -oo- The annual Conference of County Superintendents meets in Frankfort, April 2, 3 and 4. -oo- A resolution has been: adopted by Kentucky State University, tabooing the 'Turkey Trot." -oo- .. Mr. J. T; Ferriell left Tuesday with a party of men from Rich mond and Winchester to see some land at Monroe, La. -oo- Prof. G. D. Smith, of the State Normal, has been in Somerset in the interest of establishing a 1,000 acre fruit farm in Pulaski county. -oo- "Mr. Bob" will be seen at the Normal Feb. 22nd, 8 p. m. The Model School Play by the third and fourth graces, Feb. 20th. Admission 10 cents. -oo- Dr. J. S. Locke, of the Rocke feller Commission with his corps of assistants, are in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

6H DE SSIV IGN ic h lon O. ; ' algai XINt innln 1 Ap ies " 3e oi prog t 1b ele tie t! . j up odr( riant : the s w cent . ;mo e h . full . -J tl ?rea Ign. ope leac adqi the; a S" flgt 14. ?nt, to iatl' leet aug TV con lr. mei wh . w f 1 n o re " iP , e o int ew to tor ate tlo! k t of :on iat pel el int it i ; tc D. P z&t. th ire - u nil glc res . fie be nit ag . o: - am on at ni ty ac el 18 t; - ':' a ; i . a fii lu - p :a ei ' ' ic T . (If." r i -li cn cr ' ' ie" ' ' 1 IV nr. e ne' leans will iparf ;rvi at V k rT t. "' ;r' ' 7 :c V CCE TO WASfN'-rON. The fottowins oI was f-md In an t.td fccrap took, RnC is nuipo!-fi have' ben written by Mayor Gayi-or of Nh York " when be wu stilt too r.hs-urt 'to r-uade the rcacastlne to publish his literary cf- forts. -, Agetin we celebrate the birth Of one of the greatest men of earth Great In peace and great in strife, Great In the council halt: Great m tnc sight of a crit ical wife Tfce Kreatest thing or al , Neither a saint nor a demigod, J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

H? CVONE&RS WHAT IT JS-TKf M SUDDifNLt RKDS QUT Pitchfork Tillman, of South Carolina, was re-elected for the fourth time as Senator from South Carolina. ' It is estimated that the elec tric mail tubes will send the mails from New York to Boston in one hour.; This seems incred ulous, but this is a fast age. Are you aware that Kentuckians hold one-twelfth of the seats in the Senate of the United States? Here is the list of gentlemen who V? If kb Mi I,A. - i the MADISONIAN Is Prepared To Do All Kinds of First-Ciass Mt4MM At Reasonable Rates. Your Patronage Is Solicited. The best workmen only are employed. Satisfaction guaranteed New Job Presses New Type Faces . New Cuts and Designs LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS STATEMENTS AND ANYTHING YOU WANT CARDS Hf WONDERS WffAT a isjm sudpeniy finds our r ' We want to visit your home for at least THREE MONTHS Our regular price for three months is 35 cents, but in order to get acquainted with you, we will visit you a full three months 20 CTS. GASH FO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

TROTS IN LIFELIKE FASHION Toy In Form of . Galloping Horse In vented by Kentucky Man Op erated by Means of Crank. An amusing toy in the form of-a gulloping horse has been designed by a Kentucky man. It is particularly ap-" propriate these days when mechanical toys are absorbing he youth of the land. The body of the horse Is fixed to a standard rising from the base, but the forelegs and hindlega are piv oted to the body and at their middle Joints. The tail and ' neck are also pivoted to the body and the body of the jockey is pivoted at the hips. The horse's feet are fastened to swinging shafts that -operate in the base by Galloping. Horse Toy. means of a rotatable gear. An one shaft iepushed forward the other comes backward each carrying with it a foreleg and hindleg.on the same Bide of the animal. The gear is oper ated by means of a crank and the fas ter the crank is turned the faster the horse trots, bobbing his head and crav ing his tail, while the jockey seems to urge him. NUTS T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

V THE MADISONIAN Published Every Tuesday at RIchmond.Ky. by Grant E. Lilly, - Editor & Owner SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. Six Months.' Three Months.; 1. One Month IN ADVANCE. .$1.00 . .60 .'.35 . .15 ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce P. S. Whitlock, of Kirksville, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. LEEDS as a candidate for Police Judge of the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that The MADISONIAN is a candidate for entry into each home in Madison county, subject to the approval of the Family. We stand for the HOME CIRCLE first, last and al ways. $1.00 per year. , We appreciate suggestions. We want your opinion on public questions. Write to us, talk to us, phone us, but sign your , name to all written communications. Phones 638, 659, 791. . tf THE JAILER'S OFFICE ; Elsewhere in this paper will be found ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

T STORY ?omen's Candidate By BYRON WILLIAMS OuMWVIrt Qa. Wertarn Newspaper Unlou SYNOPSIS. H 4. pJrit ot fun Mayor Bedlyht. . rmner visitor, . Is chased through th hxU by ten laughing- girl, one of whom catches and kisses. The girls form lemaelTM Into a court and sentence him o do tlra bidding- of one of their number ach day for ten days. A legislative measure opposing woman suffrage, which dropped from the mayor's pocket. Is used to compel tim to obey the mandates of the girls. Hi first day of service is with May Andresrs. w-hn takes him fishing. They are threatened by the sheriff with rrest. Mlae JFtnlng sees -what she con siders a clandestine meeting between one tha girt and the mayor. The rext day he grooa driving with Mabel Arney. They meet with an accident, are arrested and locked up. but escape. The mayor returns to the hotel, finds the sheriff waiting for him. and takes refuge in the room of Bens Winters. He plans to get possession of the, incriminating bill. With Harriet Br...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 19 February 1913

HE RESCUE VORK -GOVERNMENT' EXPERTS ARRIVE IN EASTERN COAL FIELDS TO TEACH METHODS. . "Wltl Visit Various Plants and Demon strate Rescue Work in Case of . Accidents in the Mine. TWestern Newspaper Union News Service. Barbourville Ky. A government -mine rescue car, in charge of experts, arrived in the Southeastern Kentucky- coal fields. and during the next few weeks, will visit different mining plants The force in charge will de monstrate the work of rescue in cases accidents, and "wilt otherwise teach the miners and mine owners the es sential features of minimizing loss, of life and property from accidents. The car 'is now touring the mines in the. Straight Creek field.-Bell county. It will 'be taken to different mines in Bell, , Harlan And Knox counties. TO FIGHT INCREASE Housewives' . League of Lexington Against Phone Merger and In crease'of Light Rates. Lexington, Ky. The Housewives' League, at its meeting adopted reso lutions protesting against the higher telephone rates which h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 25 February 1913

I J. r? ., 4 MADJI i A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO THE HOME CIRCLE volume r. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESI)AY, FElUtUARY 25, 1913. NUMBERS. SOMHAM Jl.lnilHi FRANCISCO MADERO DEPOSED PRES TO OF MEXICO AND JOSE SUA REZ ARE KILLED BY THE GUARDS Claim is Made That They Had Attempted to Es cape, But Explanation is Not Credited. Offici als at Washington Regard Incident as Cold Blooded Murder Mexico City. Franeloco I. Madero and Jose Snares are dead. In a mid night ride under guard from tbe na tional palace to the penitentiary the deposed president and vice president of Mexico were killed. Tbo circumstance surrounding their death are unknown, except as given in official accounts which do not conform In all cases. The only wlt nfKSfs were tho' actually concerned in the killing. The provisional president, Gen. Huida, Buys the killing of the two men was Incidental to a light between their guard and a party attempting to liberate them. ft I v. FRANCISCO MADERO. V The minister of foreign eIatlons, ' Franc...

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