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WILL USE CANAL THIS YEAR
MANCHU COUP IS RUMORED
NEWS NOTES OF Chinese
War Is Only In Infancy,
London — A dispatch to the Daily
Telegraph from Peking gives rumors
from Chinese sources of a possible
Manchu coup. The correspondent says
al*o that it is reported General Chang
Hsun has declared himself emperor of
China and intends to fight his way to
Nanking and impose his rule. The re
Women police of Chicago will have bellion, the correspondent thinks, is
only in its infancy and will continue
special fashions in dress.
indefinitely as. he says, the distant
A new “home rule" law for cities provinces daily are drifting further
in Nebraska greatly curtails political away from the government.
Hankow An army of 25.0C00 rebels
Troops are being withdrawn from
the strike district in the Michigan from the province of Hunan has
started from Yochow with the inten
tion of capturing Hankow and pro
Bulgaria now faces dire want and ceeding thence to Pekin.
suffering as the result of the war with
A further shipload of northern
her former allies.
troops, completing a force of probably
Plentiful rains bring great relief to 6000 men. was sent from Hankow on
the suffering people and burning crops the way to Sinti in the province of
Hupeh, where the Hunanese rebels are
of the Middle West.
preparing to make a stand. It is be
Out of a venire of 165 chosen for lieved here that the government army
the September term of court at Aber will be successful as the Hunanese are
deen, 67 are women.
largely untrained recruits.
Delayed salmon run in Alaskan
Shanghai — The government war
waters begins and promises to be one
ships are moving down the river and a
of the best ever known.
A New York boy of 12 years swam combined attack by the army and navy
on the Wusung forts is expected. The
15 miles in 6 hours and 45 minutes, rebels attacked the loyalists holding
breaking all records for his age.
the Kiangnan station but were de
Several families had narrow escapes feated with heavy losses.
from death when two Salem. Or.,
lodging houses burned Monday night.
Kiukana—The advance of the north
Three were killed and eight injured ern troops on Nan Chang has proceeded
in a collision between a passenger without opposition from the rebels.
train and two automobiles at Oakland,
WASHINGTON MAN INVENTOR
An effort is being made to have a
teachers’ license at Arlington. Wash., Builds Automobile. Any Wheel of
revoked on account of the holder's al
Which Will Run IL
leged I. W. W. tendencies.
Spokane- B. J. Patrick, of 809 Hel
John Lind, personal representative ena street, has invented a new type of
of President Wilson, arrived safely in automobile, one in which the power
Mexico City and the situation seems and the steering apparatus are applied
to all four wheels. It is called by him
much relieved temporarily.
the four-wheel-drive auto.
A Marshfield. Or., man who died ventor claims that the new system
last week kept all his savings in a tin will enable the car to plow through
box in his house in order to avoid pay sand, mud or snow that would stall
ing alimony to his divorced wife. He any other car, and that it will make
left about $4000 in cash.
possible turning in one-third less space
English suffragists made a third at than that required by a car steered by
Aside from the
tempt to storm the residence of Pre the front wheels.
mier Asquith, but were beaten by po four-wheel-drive and steering features,
lice after a hard fight and their leader the inventor claims actual three-point
suspension, allowing one wheel of the
and nine others landed in jail.
car to be raised or lowered to the ex
King Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, tells tent of 10 inches without wrenching
his people that utter exhaustion of the the frame. Brakes are applied to all
nation forced the signing of peace four wheels, and there is an arrange
treaties, and urges them to prepare ment permitting automatic application
their nation to take up the struggle of power to any one of the wheels.
again in the future.
By a new military service bill FLAME DANCES ABOUT SHIP
France has enlarged her standing
army by 210,000 men.
Resume of World’s Important
Events Told in Brief.
St. Elmo’s Fire, Nautical Phenom
Way to Be Cleared for Light Draft
Vessels In October.
STRAHORN TELLS OF PLANS YAQUINA BAY VERY PROLIFIC
Oregon Coast Timber Country to Professor Sykes Finds Seven Kinds
Be Tapped By Road.
of Shellfish in Waters.
Eugene—A hitherto almost inac
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
cessible section of the Oregon coast vallis That there are large numbers
ultimately will be reached by the
Portland, Eugene A Eastern, accord I of various species of clams, oysters,
ing to President Strahorn, who an crabs ami shrim|>a lying in the waters
nounces that the Alpine branch of the of Yaquina bay ami in its bordering
Portland, Eugene <& Eastern will be mud flats is the conclusion reached by
extended seven miles and the Bell George F. Sykes, professor of zoology
fountain branch ten miles this year, at the Oregon Agricultural college,
reaching almost to the crest of the who is engaged in taking a census of
the shellfish in the Newport region.
It is the Bellfountain branch which Seven different species have been iden
is, in time, to be extended into the tified by Professor Sykes und his as
Alsea river territory and thence to sistants, ax follows:
Waldport, on Alsea bay. The imme the soft-shelled clam of Rhode Island;
diate purpose of the extensions is de cardium corbis, the cockle; Tapes
velopment of timber territory, for staminea, the little hard shell; Ms-
even now ten carloads of logs a day coma nasuta, the native benlnose;
are being carried on the Bellfountain Saxidomus sp., the large butter clam;
line and seven cars a day of piling and Lutraria maximus. the American
ties on the Alpine branch.
mud clam, and the razor clam of the
When Stephen Carver built his Cor beach.
vallis A Alsea south from Corvalla he
The most abundant of these, says
intended to cross the mountains, which Professor Sykes, is the so-called East
at this place are comparatively low, ern clam.
into the Alsea territory, and the line
It is also by far the most valuable
into Monroe was a sort of branch for commercially, although the others find
the accommodation of the Wilhelm a ready market.
flour mills. This little branch from
Oysters were found growing far
Alpine Junction to Monroe has now down the lower bay, as well us in the
become a link in the Portland-Eugene Oysterville region, where most of the
line of the Portland, Eugene A East natural and cultivated beds are found.
ern. The plan of reaching the Coast
No attempt has been made by Pro
country, however, has not been given fessor Sykes to ascertain the kinds
up, and in the course of time the rails and quantities of shrimps and crabs,
will reach one of the rich dairying and but he says the bay and its shores
fishing sections of the Coast country, promise to become prolific grounds for
and one of the prettiest vacation spots the production of edible shell fish.
A year ago a preliminary survey of
the bay wax made and 20 or more spe
WORK ON BAYS AUTHORIZED cies of marketable food fish were
found, the most important of which
Tillamook and Nehalem Projects to are the Chinook and silveniide salmon,
ling cod and black, red and orange
Be Commenced Soon.
rockfish, hake, herring and tom cod,
Washington, D. C. — Instructions starry flounder, kelp, perch and hali
were telegraphed Major Cavanaugh to but.
make preparations for commencing
the work of improvement of Tillamook WORK ON SAWMILL IS BEGUN
and Nehalem bays, for which condi
$400,000 have been made by congress. Seaside Plant Will Cater Mostly to
Oriental Box Trade.
The conditions incident to the ap
propriations require that one-half of
Seaside — Active work has com-
the amount required for the projects rnenced at the recently acquired saw
be subscribed by local interests and mill site of Prouty Brothers,
placed at the disposal of the War de now operating a mill at Ferndale,
partment prior to the commencement Wash., near the British Columbia
of work. The War department has ¡line. The ground is now practically
been notified by the secretary of the | cleared and the erection of the sawmill
treasury that the financial require building will be commenced immedi-
ments were complied with, the actual i ately. The capacity of the mill will
deposit of the local fund being at the t>e 30,000 feet a day and practically
disposal of the department in a Cleve the entire output of the mill will be
land banking house.
used in the box factory that will be
A further bid will be required for built as soon as the mill saws the nec
maintenance of the improvement.
It is expected that the mill will be
in operation by the first of November.
New O. A. C. Catalogue.
The annual catalogue of the Oregon The machinery of the Ferndale plant
Agricultural college for the year 1913- will be shipped here and installed,
14 has appeared and is being mailed as the timber holdings of the company
to prospective students.
Among the are now exhausted. A free lease to
more important changes in the courses the millsite, consisting of three and
are the modifications and additions in one-half acres on the banks of the
forestry and animal
husbandry. Wahanna river, was given the com
There are nine added courses in for pany by A. Welch, the electric utili
estry, including the important and ties promoter. The site adjoins the
practical subjects of a study of com electric lighting plant that supplies
mercial timber trees, forest protec Seaside and Gearhart and is ideally
tion, wood preservation, bridge con located to saw the timber that has
struction, logging railroads and log been constracted for from Olsen Broth
ging management. The work of this ers, a logging firm that is operating ex
course will be directed with special tensively in this vicinity. The lease
reference to present conditions in the from Welch is for a period of 50 years
In animal hus and Olson Brothers have contracted to
bandry the work has been divided so supply logs for the entire life of the
that Professor Potter specializes in lease.
The mill and factory will be modern
beef production, Mr. Simpson in hogs,
and Mr. O. M. Nelson, graduate of the in detail and the Oriental box trade
University of Wisconsin and recently will be catered to principally for the
connected with the sheep experiment present.
station there, in sheep.
The Interior department has opened
enon, Reported by Mariner.
to entry 412,000 acres of dry farming
San Francisco—A story of an unus
land in Eastern Oregon.
ually brilliant display of St. Elmo's
Salvador is the first nation to sign fire—an electrical phenomena long the
subject of mariners’ superstitions—
the Bryan peace treaty.
has been brought to this port by the
The department of justice is accused steamer Wasp, and was reported by
of “investigating" judges in order to Captain Sundberg to Lieutenant Com
influence their decisions.
mander W. V. Tomb, of United States
The government has opened bids for Navy, in charge of the San Francisco
three new power lifeboats for the branch of the hydrographic office.
Captain Sundberg says that on the
mouth of the Columbia river.
night of August 7, off Point Concep
A Chilean coast steamer was tion, while running through a dense
wrecked off the coast of that country fog, the Wasp suddenly ran into an
and all but one of her crew drowned.
area heavily charged with electricity.
A legislative investigating commit Flashes of lightning were almost con
tee in New York will probably seek tinual, and at 12:45 a. m. the fore
the impeachment of Governor Sulzer. mast became charged with electricity
and the light played up and down the
big timber to the sprig stay for 1 hour
and 14 minutes.
The light was ac
companied by loud reports like that of
Wheat—Track prices: Club, 78(3, a powerful wireless telegraph appar
79c per bushel; bluestem, 83c; forty atus.
fold, 79(380c; red Russian, 76c; Fife,
Woman Will Occupy Pulpit.
77c; valley, 80c.
Oats — No. 1 white, $27 per ton;
Guthrie, Okla. — Mrs. William M.
Jenkins, wife of ex-Territorial Gov
Barley—Feed, $24(324.50 per ton; ernor Jenkins, of Oklahoma, an
brewing, nominal; new feed, $23.50; nounced this week that she has accept
Booth Joins Commission.
new brewing, $25; rolled, $26.50(8 ed a call to the pulpit of the Friends
Eugene—R. A. Booth, chairman of
church in Salem, Ore., and will go to
Hay—Fancy Idaho timothy, $17(3, that city soon. She has held revival the Oregon Panama Exposition com
18; fancy Eastern Oregon timothy, services in many parts of the United mission, joined the other members of
$15(^16; timothy and clover, $14(315; States and will hold one at Pasadena, the commission on the Shasta Limited
timothy and alfalfa, $13(3,14; alfalfa, Cal., before going to Oregon.
when they reached this city en route
$12.50; clover, $8.50(310; oat and
Mrs. Jenkins, who came from to San Francisco to view the site of
vetch, $10(5,11; cheat, $10@ll; val Quaker parentage in Indiana, has been the Oregon building.
It is the pur
ley grain hay, $10(8)11.
a minister of the gospel for several pose of the commission to determine
Poutry—Hens, 14@14)c per pound; years, but only during the past few upon the type of building as soon as
springs, 20c; turkeys, live, 18(3 20c; years has she been actively engaged in the site has been inspected and to
dressed, choice, 24(3 25c; ducks, 12(8, the work. Long time a resident of make an effort to have the Oregon
13; geese, young, 12Jc.
Guthrie, where Bhe came in 1897 from building the first one to be erected.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, case count, 23 a ranch near Kaw City, Okla., she Oregon has appropriated $175,000 to
(824c; fresh ranch, candled, 27(8 28c. was known here as a charitable work cover the expense of the state exhibit.
Butter — Oregon creamery cubes, er, always engaged in rescue, slum
32c pound; butter fat, delivered, 32c. and prison work.
Oil Men Resume at Rickreall.
Pork—Fancy, 12J(313c per pound.
Occasionally she preaches in the
Rickreall—Work has again been re
Veal—Fancy, 15(315 jc per pound.
city churches, often she visited the sumed at the Whiteaker oil well pros
Onions—Walla Walla, $1.50 sack.
county, federal and city jails to ad pect, about seven miles southwest of
Vegetables—Beans, 4(86c per pound; dress the prisoners, and always was
this place. Plenty of funds seemed
cabbage, 2(8,2Jc; cauliflower, $2 per she kept busy helping others.
to have been obtained to put the outfit
crate; corn, 25(8 30c dozen; cucum
in operation for a considerable length
bers, 20(340c per box; peas, 5(8.7c per
Castro’s Relative Captured.
of time. The old casing at the well,
pound; tomatoes, 50c(8$1.25 box.
Caracas, Venezuela—General Torres which was broken, will be replaced by
Potatoes—New, 75c(8$1.25 per hun
Castro, a relative of former Preai-1 new pipe, and as soon as the improve
Green Fruit—Apples, new, 90c(8. dent Cipriano Castro, was captured on ments are made drilling will begin.
$2.25 per box; apricots, 75c(3$1.25; Friday by government troops com
Prune Trees Splitting.
cantaloupes, $2.25(8 2.50 per crate; manded by Generals Corcegas Sayago
Rickreall—Owing to the size and
peaches, 25(8180c per box; watermel and Bustamente, according to an offi
A number of quantity of the prunes in Polk coun
ons, $2 per cwt.; plums, 75c(8$1.75 cial communication.
per box; raspberries, $1.50 per crate; General Torres Castro’s officers who ’ ty’s orchards, many trees have split
had fled to the mountains of Macuro from the weight. This is considered
pears, $2.25(8 2.50 per box.
Hops—1912 crop, 15(8,18c pound; after the defeat of Castro’s adherents . early for prune trees to suffer this
on July 28, when they attacked the way, but the fruit has developed won
1913 contracts, 20c.
Wool—Eastern Oregon, ll(316c per government forces in the city of Ma derfully within the past two weeks.
pound; valley, 18(53 19c; mohair, 1913 curo, also were taken prisoners. It is believed that by harvest time the
Fighting continues in Tachica.
prunes will be larger than ever.
Grain bags—lOJc Portland.
Goethalx to Wield Gavel.
Polk County Rabbits Move.
Cattle—Choice steers, $7.75(38.50;
medium, $7(37.50; choice cows, $7(3
San Francisco—Colonel George Goe- ‘Buena Vista—Jackrabbits in Polk
7.25; medium, $6(8 7.75; medium cal thals, chief engineer of the Panama county, and especially in this section,
ves. $6(3 6.75; gocl heavy calves, canal, will preside at the sessions of have disappeared. Two years ago the
the International Engineering con animals were so thick that teamsters
$6.75(8)7.75; bulls, $4(85.75.
Hogs—Light, $8.75(89.60; heavy, gress, which will meet in San Fran and automobile drivers often ran over
cisco during the exposition year. Colo them on the highways.
Sheep—Wethers, $3.25(84.25; ewes, nel Goethals has accepted the honorary rabbits have gone can not be ascer
presidency of the congress.
$firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, $5.25@6.
Klamath Orchards Bearing.
Klamath FallB — Hood River and
Rogue River valleys will have to look
to their laurels as fruit producers, is
the prediction of one man who has
been in this county for 30 years. He
points to the heavily-laden apple, plum
and cherry trees; to the gooseberry,
blackberry, strawberry, currant and
loganberry vines which have borne to
the limit each year, in proof of this
He says that because of the altitude
people have been afraid to put in large
orchard», but that the small orchards
in this city and scattered ones all over
the county have all done exceedingly
well. The flavor of the fruit is equal
to the very best in any section, and
the trees and vines bear abundantly.
County Free From Firen.
Medford-—Thanks to the July rains
and the efficient service of the Federal
rangers and members of the Jackson
County Fire Patrol association, there
has not been a dollar lost in forest
fires in the county thus far this season.
This is a record which has not been
equaled in the history of the local for
estry bureau. New trails and look
outs have been recently constructed
throughout the wooded districts in the
county, and 25 rangers are scouting
for signs of smoke in spite of this re
Fish Company ia Formed.
Bay City—The fishermen of Tilla
mook Bay have orgainzed a co-opera
tive company for which incorporation
papers will be filed, to handle the sal
mon catch of its members and any
resident fishermen who care to sell to
thia company. The capital stock has
all been subscribed for. The new or
ganization has a membership of 60,
which embraces nearly all of the ex
perienced fishermen on the bay. A
fair run of salmon is on at present.
Washington, D. C. Latest re|»rts
from the canal zone are that xa the
result of the |s>asible substitution of
dredges for steam shovels in the exca
vation of the famous Culebra cut, the
canal may be ready tor shipping by
that light draft vessels are likely to
be passing through the waterway, for
•is the greater part of the canal prism
xlready haa been cut to Its final depth,
small vessels probably can navigate it
safely within a few days after October
10, when Gamboa dike ia to be blown
up, thus admitting to the Culebra lev
el the great atore of water in Gntun
The 34 steam shovels now in the cut
hamlie only 800,000 cubic yards of
earth and rock a month, which output
will be greatly reduced as the depth
of the cut increases and the available
r(x>m for shoveling ia reduced. Colo
nel Goethals, however, has assembled
15 dredges, with a monthly capacity
of 1,500,000 cubic yards, and these
will be floated into the cut as stain ax
the dike ia destroyed.
Meanwhile, not content with dig
ging away at the base of the cliffs,
the engineers in their haste to o|>en up
the waterway have begun to tear
away the tops of the hills with great
jets of water under high pressure,
sluicing the earth into the bed of the
canal, whence it is being awept up by
pneumatic dredges and pumps and dis
charged into the ravines and valleys,
so far away that it can never wash
HINDUS GOING INTO CANADA
Plan to l.and 100,(88) Men and Wo
men Moves Government to Act.
Ambassador Not Wanted Except
As Private Citizen.
Intimation From Tokio ia Followed
By Orders From Huerta, and
Party Heads Eastward.
Vancouver, B. C. - Directed by Pres
ident Huerta to cancel his arrange
ments to sail for Japan and instead to
proceed to Tokio by going around the
world by way of Montreal, Ix/ndon and
Hongkong. General Felix Dies called
off the present plans of his tour and
will leave for Eastern Canada.
“Because of telegraphic instructions
from Mexico we have been compelled
to change our plans," said General
Diaz. “Instead of leaving on the
steamer Empress of Russia, our parly
will leave on the Imperial Limited, en
route to Quebec.
We hope to sail
from that city on the steamer Empress
In reality the proposed mission to
Japan, undertaken to thank the em
peror for his participation in a Mexi
can ex|>osition several years ago, is
altogether at an end.
reasons Diaz' presence in Mexico is
not wanted just at present, so the
party, instead of sailing on the Em
press of Russia, will jaunt eastward.
Their itinerary, worked out by
obliging railroad men, gives them two
days at Banff, where they expect to
renew acquaintance with Maitre La-
borl, the great French lawyer, and
another day each for Winnipeg and
Vancouver, B. C. That a well-de
veloped scheme haa matured to bring
upwards of 100,000 Hindu men and
women to Canada by the direct line of* Tokio’ The Japanese government
steamers, which it haa been rumored intimated to the Mexican government
ia to be started between India an<l that it would not receive General
British Columbia, is the re|K>rt that Felix Diaz as spacial envoy to Japan
haa been received from confidential to express the thanks of Mexico for
agenta of the Canadian government Japanese participation in the Mexican
centennial. It declared that it would
The question was officially taken up receive General Diaz only as a private
in Ottawa, where the government haa individual.
decided that, though they are British
The Mexicnn government was silent
subjects, they cannot be allowed to
land. It is alleged that so carefully with regard to the notice issued by the
have the plnns been made that every Japanese government that General
newcomer will be provided with the Felix Diaz would not be received as
$25 im|K>sed by the government on Mexico's specinl envoy to thank Japan
for having participated in the Mexi
every prospective immigrant.
It was said a state
They are coming, according to the can centennial.
plans, on a contract system that ia lit ment might be issued later.
tle short of peonage.
means fail, the government will insist LIND CONFERS WITH GAMBOA
on an educational and language text,
such as is applied in South Africa, Mexican Minister of Foreign Rela
which will keep out nine-tenths of
tions Receives American.
Washington, D. C.
Mexico City that John Lind, personal
IJpton Criticises British.
representative of President Wilson,
Ixindon—Sir Thomas Lipton, writ and Frederico Gamboa, Mexican min
ing as a British merchant to the l-on- ister of foreign relations, had estab
don Times, indorsing the attitude of lished unofficial relations by a person-
that newspaper in criticising the Brit al meeting, brought encouragement to
ish government for declining to take administration officials here. It wax
part in the Panama-Pacific ex|s>sition, felt by them that the first step in the
says he is going to exhibit nt the San program of the American government
Francisco exhibition whether or not to throw its influence in the direction
the government supports it.
of a quiet and peaceful settlement of
"Putting aside all the international the revolutionary troubles had succeed-
and sentimental questions involved,” > J.
says Sir Thomas, "it is absolutely es
The incident, however, it wax
sential for strictly business pur|x>ses learned from official sources, will not
that Great Britain be officially and change the procedure previously out
lined to Mr. Lind before he left Wash
He adds that his own experience as ington. lie will submit all his repre
an exhibitor at the Chicago and St. sentations to Charge
Ix/uis fairs was gratifying, although O'Shaughnessy, who will transmit
the tariff was then at its highest.
them In accordance with diplomatic
“Now,” he continues, “when the proprieties to the Mexican minister of
walls of Jericho have fallen, we sulk foreign relations.
outside instead of entering and taking
Mr. Lind and Mr. Gamboa's meet
ing, however, was looked on by offi
cials here ax the beginning of frank,
Officers Get Smuggled Japs.
though unofficial relations, through
Point Arena, Cal. — Following the which the Mexican government might
report sent by wireless by the steamer be informally and more fully acquaint
Henry T. Scott that a Japanese junk ed with the ideas of the Washington
had been sighted off the coast near administration, It has been left en-
here. Constable Ketchem arrested 15 tirely to Mr. Lind's discretion on
Japanese as they were making their whom to call,
Although there ia
way through the woods. This is the nothing in Mr. Lind’s instructions
second capture of the sort that has which would prevent him from calling
been made on the coast line north of on Provisional President Huerta, it ia
San Francisco within the past two not regarded that he would do so un
weeks and it leads immigration offi less the latter had indicated his desiro
cials to believe that venturesome Jap to receive the unofficial envoy.
anese have hit on a new method of
evading immigration restrictions, a
Fishing Rights Are Settled.
method that consists of crossing the
Tacoma, Wash. The long fight over
Pacific Ocean in flimsy fishing boats. fishing rights on Snnd Island, in the
One of these vessels is being held at Columbia River, ended Wednesday
Eureka now, a craft 50 feet long by when Federal Judge Cushman rendered
10 feet beam, and held together by an judgment in favor of the defendants
cient wooden clamps.
for $22,083, in addition to allowing
the defendants $4000 each against the
plaintiff’s bondsmen for suit costs.
Uprising in China Quieting.
Suit wax brought by the Columbia
Washington, D. C.—General im
provement in conditions in the rebel River Packer's association, lessee of
fishing grounds, against IL S. McGow
lious district of China was reported to an, Eric Lindstrom and J. P. Coyle.
the Navy department Monday in a
cablegram from Rear Admiral Nichol
Wood Pulp to be Free.
son, commanding the Pacific fleet at
Washington, I). C.— Sweden Mon
Nanking. "The present uprising,**
reported Admiral Nicholson, "has met day was [conceded the right to send
with failure at every point up to the wood pulp and paper into the United
present, and the northern troops have States free of duty.
The State and
been uniformly successful, but the Treasury departments have decided
country is far from pacified.
Kuling the recent decision of the Customs
is now within the northern lines, and court that nations having "The most
condition is satisfactory."
favored nation treaties" with the
United States were entitled to free
Minera Resume Work.
wood [pulp and paper because that
Houghton, Mich. — Genera) under privilege was granted to Canada.
ground operations on a limited scale Russia will not be given free entry be
started Monday morning at the Cham cause of the abrogation of the treaty
pion, Quincy and Calumet mines. The of commerce and navigation of 1832.
Westerfi Federation of Miners an
nounced that two of its men will meet
Thirteen Killed in Canal Zone.
every miner as he leaves his home and
Colon—Thirteen men were killed by
try to dissuade him from returning to a slide nt the Porto Bello quarry. A
Miners say there may be steam shovel near which they wer»
trouble at the mines any time. The working was completely buried. The
state military board has decided to dead comprise Charles Nyland, an
withdraw half of the state troops in American citizen, and 12 negro pow
der men, drill men and pit [men.