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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
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M E SSE N G E R IS KILLED
EX PLOSION IN MINE.
Robbers Then Loot Express Safes o
Men F'g sfirg Fire Caught in Under
Butte. Mont., March 30.— A special
Newton, Kan., March 31.— A. D.
to the Mi net from Hanna, Wyo., says:
Bailey, an express messenger cf the
This camp was visited by anothet big
Wells Fargo company, was killed by an
C O W S ARE GOOD M IL K E R S.
holocaust Saturday afternoon and the
unknown person on Santa Fe train No. ¡S E N D P A M P H L E T S TO V O T E R S
live* of 20 men were snuffed out by an
115, between Florence and Newton,
early Sunday morning.
The murder Secretary Benson Has Mailed 25,000 Blooded Stock at O. A. C Farm expli sion of gas in Mins No. 1, of the
I Wh-'very brutal, with robbery as the
Union Pacific Coal company .
Copies in Four Days.
Show Big Yields
¡ object. Both the lo^ai and the through
A f i e had been raging below the 10th
safes were ransackeJ and at least $1,-
initiative and referendum pamphlets college farm, ¡ d the milk peiiod of a level since last Saturday, and the force
000 in money and some jewelry taken.
of 200 miners bad been laid off for the
The amount the tobbere secured is not have been mailed to registered vote s little more than ten mvnths just closed, day as a precaution.
Superintendent Alexander Briggs and
Thirty-four Shock* Record*
A Resu me o f the L e t « Importent but
The dead body of Messenger Bailey These pamphlets weighed over 4 ), amount of batter fat
Foremen Joeeph Burton, Alfred Dodds,
was found at 4 o’clock Sunday morning
Not Less Interesting Events
Twenty-four Hour* at Maxi*,
The postage butter. At 30 cents per pound the
when the train reached Newton
It are used for paper m ail.
o f the Past Week.
gross value was $163.84. It cost to
was stretched on the floor ol the car,
miners, with gas men and fire-fighters,
the Lead beaten to a pulp aDd lying in
went down into the workings early in
a pool of blood. The back of the skull pamphlets ie only one-quarter done, a net profit of $123.34. Her diet was
The London Time* Las much praise wag crashes] and the end of the car however, for there w ill be at least alfalfa, with a very light ration of bran the morning to fight the conflagration,
Mexico, City, March 28,-Chil*»
which was rapidly eating its
for President Roosevelt.
town of 16,000 inhabitants in th*ZJ
where it was lying was spattered with 100,000 registered voters in the state, and rolled oats daring the summer, through the wot kings.
and each must receive a copy.
Secre and 15 pounde of vetch and oats hay,
Russia w ill support Italy in the pro blood. The plood spatters reached to
At 2 o’clock tne men above the work of Guetrero, has been shaken
tary Bens’ n Las five clerks engaged in 30 pounds of kale and eight pounds of
earthquake and beroed.
posed reforms in Slacedonia.
the idle men in the homes and
this work, addressing envelopes, put bran and rolled barley during winter.
The sh'x-ks, two in number
There was no evidence of any strug
fiuef'e lawyers hare again had his
ting in the pamphlets, sealing, etc. The animal is 6 years old, and came
early last evening and were foil«
gle, the indications pointing to the
trial postponed on acoount of technical
They can send oqi about 5,000 pam ph frem the farm of Mrs. Honeyman, of
commission of the murder while the
and the shaking of earth and trembling by fire, which originating in *
let* a day, and at the present rate will Portland.
p acee among the tumb ing buildiâ.
messenger was asleep, before he could
A 6-year old Holstein from the
joined in a conflagration that (wept J
The Haytien president is again ar offer resistance. Bailey was seen alive have the work done in 15 days, or by
the 11th of A p ril, if the registration Frakes herd at Scappoose yielded over
resting conspirators against his govern at Strong City.
At Peabody someone
lists reach the secretary fast enough.
13,000 pounds of milk during a eimilar there was a rush to the mine.
Governor Damian Flores, chief
opened the car door just enough to
In order to aid the postal clerks, Mr. period, which closed in December,
utive of the state of Guerrero, who!
A line of first class steamers is to be throw out a package of waybills and Benson is having the pamphlets put making a butter product of over 520 timbers had been blown g eat distances
at present in this city, had at 9 o’ckx
pnt on between San Francisco and
She has freshened, and is
this evening just received the fir«
The custom of the messenger ha» been into separate Backs for each commun pounde
The second explosion was more severe
to go to s eep eoon after leaving Flor ity, as far as possible, thus saving now giving 70 pounds cf milk per day. than the first, being felt in all parts of cia! advices from Chilapa. The
A Kansas City lumber company has ence and it ie possible that he did this handling in the prstoffice.
sage tays that, although a number)
the town, and it is feared that 60 to 60
entered a plea of accepting rebates from Sunday night.
Horse Show at Salem.
the buildings of the town were len
After being struck
names have been ad'lel to the death list.
railroads and paid a fine ol $13,000.
to the ground, no lives were lost. Tj
Salem— Elaborate preparations are
while sleeping, and rendered uncon
M IL L S RESUME IN BAKER.
police quarters and the mayor’s 06
under way to make the horse show to
No more bodies have been recovered scious, hie body rolled to the floor, and
B O M 3 FOR WELLS.
were destroyed and the jail badly h;
from the burning Hanna, W yo., mine. the robber, after beating him on the Improvement In the Lumber Market be held in this city Saturday, April 4,
Great fis«ures were made in
the banner horse fair of the year in the
A ll entrances hate been closed to head, c vered it with the dead man’ s
Start Wheels Turning.
Willamette valley. A ll the citizens of Attempt Made to Blow Up Manager etreets and open fields.
coat. One blow was struck at the
amother the blaze.
o f Telluride Mine.
In the neighboring town of Omsfcji^
man’s face with some sharp instrument,
Baker C ity— One of the largest indus the Capital City are taking hold of the
The steamer Pern -na, which went on apparently a hatchet, which broke the
Tellnride, Colo., March 30.— Eluding the jail was destroyed and 30 prison« *
tries in Baker City that was affected by work incident to such an undertaking
the rocks a short distance north of San jaw hone. From the dead man’s pock
the recent panic is soon to liegin opera with a vim that augurs well for the suc the night guard stationed at the Smug made their escape. Troops are gog
Franc sco. is last going to pieces and et* the keys were removed and the safeB
tions again and w ill give employment cess ol the affair. The finance commit gler-Union mine, at Pandora, two miles ing the public buildings that are««:
w ill be a total wreck. It is still hoped ransacked. 1 hen the keys were put
to several hundred men.
The South tee is meeting with the very best ol south of Telluride, and the searchight ling in Chilapa, but perfect order ¡»
the engines may he savel.
back into Bailey’s overcoat, the coat Baker Lumber mills have been idle for success and encouragement, and will which iB constantly thrown about the vails.
Later returns from Chilapa shot
The senate inadvertently printed a folded and put in his gTip, where it the last few months, but the wheels easily have collected over $500 in cash, premises during the night from the
report on sealing which attacks the in was found later.
w ill be set turning as soon as enough besides many valuable cupB, etc., to high tower of the mill as a precautionary however, that the dispatch received j
tegrity of Yjce President Fairbanks and
logs can be brought down to insure a offer as prizes, before its labors are meatuie, an unknown person gained ac Governor Flores was ultra conservatis
many other prominent men. The doc
steady run. At the time of closing bended. Over 23 beautiful cups are cess to the residence of General Bulkley The town was practically deetn
ORDER R A TE S C U T .
ument has been withdrawn.
down, the Oregon Lumber company had already subscribed by the enterprising W ells, general manager of the Smug though no lives were lost. Moat of
la've supply of finished lumber in the firms of Salem. Many of the leading gler-Uni. n Mining company, Saturday buildings that were leveled were »
Stanford students want to remove
da, and owing to the lessened de- horsemen of the state have signified night and planted dynamite under his denees.
Thirty-four shocks have been rear
mauu for lumber there has been no ne ttieir intention of entering their high bed. The dynamite was exploded by
class animals, and everything points ilghting a fuse on the outside of the ed during the past 24 hours by the
Portland, March 31.— It is un ler- cessity to run the m ill.
The German warns Griscom for am
bassador instead of H ill.
stood the OregoD Railroad commission
The Stoddard Brothers Lumber com towards a most successful, profitable building about 2 o’clock Sunday morn mngraph at the national observatory
wlii sustain the complaint of the Port pany has been running its m ill in this and educational meeting Salem Satur ing when the intended victim was Tabuyaca. Most of these shock«, boiip
The National and Mexican Central
asleep. He was hurled against the ever, were imperceptible except to t i l
land chamber of commerce against the city all winter, turning out about 40,- day, April 4.
in ro a d s of Mexico have merged.
ceiling and alighted under a mass of délicat needle of the instrument.
O. R. A N. company and will issue an 000 feet of finished lumber each day.
There is no material change in the order this week requiring a material The m ill of the Oregon Lumber com
debris, but escaped with some ecratches
Five Killed on Railroads
condition oi Senate Penrose, ol Penn reduction In class rates over the maiD pany at Austin has been running steadi
N O R T H POLE 13 SHIFTING.
Salem— The report just issued by the ami bruises and impaired hearing.
Although a systematic search has
and branch lines of that road through ly all winter, turning oat a like amount railroad commission ehows that in Feb
of the finished product.
Lumber con ruary five persons were killed and 26 been made by Shetiff Fitzpatrick and Making America Warmer and Sibsajgg
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannermann, out the state.
The ex'ent to which existing tariffs ditions are beginning to improve no injured on the railroads of the state. deputies, aired by hundreds of citizens,
British premier, is in a very critical
will be affected by the ruling of the ticeably.
These are tabulated as fo'lows:
Pas no clue has been found to the perpe
One man who is
commission cannot be learned, bat the
sengers, 3 killed and 23 injured; train trator of the deed.
north pole ie shifting and the cliadj
Many Japanese are being caught at effect may he to distnib transcontinent
Klamath at Rose Festival.
ie changing, making the Northerntwi
San Diego making their way into this al rates and, probably, to require an ad
The accidents during the would te killed has been arrested.
Klamath Falls— Klamath county will killed.
country from Mexico.
General W ells took a leading part in tories of this continent warmer i
justment all along the line in the inter
have a float in the parade at the Port- ,
Norther Asia colder, is the theory ■
The auxiliary cruiser Prairie ran est both of the railroad and the shipper. land rose festival, and the committee ' ‘° ” m eng.nes, cars and tracks at 13, the suppression of labor troubles in support which Mose B. Cotworth,
aground at League Island navy yard-
in charge are asking for suggestions . "
'«re was one derailment during
ta ked by the Harriman interest* it will
prominently identified with the recent Vork. England, has been gathering
No damage was done.
from all citizens of Klamath county. ' 1 e mouth.
be assailed undoubtedly on the ground
proeecution of the officers of the West denee in Alaska, from where he ha
The absconding teller and auditor ol that its enforcement would necessitate Difficulty is being encountered in plan-
ern Federation of Miners at Boise on turned on his way to England.
the Pittsburg Farmers Deposit Nation not only a wholesale revision by the ning a float that w ill be fully repre
A curious effect of this change, i>,
Salem— F. A . Welch, secretary of the ih-irge of complicity in the assass said, may be a number of bona
al bank are held iL $250,090 bail each. railroad of its tariffs but would serious sentative of all the county’s resources
ination of ex Governor Fiank Steuuen-
The chamber of commerce has appoint-
state board of agriculture, is rush
difficulties between Canada and
berg, of Idaho.
Twenty Toledo, O., lumbermen have ly disturb interstate business.
ed Judge Gecrge T. Baldwin,
jn8 preparati ons for the etate fair, to
United States, especially in the Eat
been aentenced to serve six months in
Ellis and T. W . Stephens as a commit j be he'd here in September. Postal
This boundary is
HAS MODIFIED ITS RULING.
jail for violating the city's anti-trust commission w ill be made the basis of tee, and they w ill ask the cooperation cards advertising the fair have been
latitude, and if the north pole is'
litigation on the part of the railroad
of all in securing a significant Klamath
moving, the latitudes change also, .
company positively to test the powers
and it is probable that a greater influx Interstate Commission Will Re open derirg it advisable that the bonrx
A Russian anarchist tried to throw a of the railroad commission which, un county float.
of visitors than ever before w ill attend
bomb at the police of New York duriog der the act by which It waB created, is
be speedily marked every when
Clatsop, Columbia, Lane
San Francisco, March 30.— A tele permanent monuments, where it
Work on Keno Canal
a riot of unemployed.
A companion authorized to fix rates.
an i Clackamas counties have already gram was received at the general office not yet been so marked already.
was killed and he was fatally wounded. of tiie commission were cautious and
Klamath Falls— Work on the K en o ,
. . . ..
canal, a part of the Klamath project
notifications that they want large of the Southern Pacific company id this
The movement, Cotworth art
The assassin of W . D. Stevens has 'borough in their investigation of the
city today from Charles S. Fee, passen caused by the immense aevumnJi
complaint of excessive freight charges. that was commenced «ast year, b u been eect,ons reserved fcr thelr e lh lb » 8-
ger traffic manager, who is at present cf ice along the Canadian shoreo/
A small force Is getting
It is said the commissioners feel confi resum d.
Plan Condenser at Brooks
in Chicago, announcing that the recent Arctic ocean, and especially/«**
Secretary Taft will deliver the Me
dent that their findings w ill be found everything in readiness for the large
Balem— Negotiations are in progress action of the Interstate Commerce com land and Greenland.
morial day oration at Grant’s tomb,
to ire fair and reasonable and such as
mission, which was interpreted as clos
canuot ire considered an abritrary exer spring should see the work completed f ° r the e8tab!iehtnent of a milk con ing the Portland gateway and necessi
no far down „„
u t densing plant at Brooks, seven miles
MINERS HELD IN CHECK.
President Jordan defends the Stan cise of lire an hority with which they
Moore Bros, w ill operate in conjunc north of this city. It is understood tating a h ’gher passenger rate by the
ford faculty and denounces the students’ are clothed.
tion with the canal.
Surveyors are that Portland men are back of the en Southern Pacific t> Seattle and other Peace Committee Restra/rs
movement as a revolt.
still at work on the extension of the terprise and that they are ready to in Northern points, via Portland, has been
Cl S“ !y Guard * d r m i,
French, of Idaho,
stall the plant as eoon as they are as modified. The objection of the com
Teilnri-Je, Colo., March 31.— As the canal down the river to Keno, bnt it ie
prophesies that do immigration meas
sured that the condenser w ill get the
result of the attempt to murder Gene not known when work on that part will
there has been no violem-e as yetll
ure will i«s s congress this session.
ral Bulklpy W ells, general manager of go on.
a prominent daiiyman at Lake Labieh, and revised tariffs conforming to the Treadwell mines, the 800 men a
A score of persons were hurt by a the Smuggler-Union mines and mille at
has indicated a willingness to supply commission's wishes w ill be issued as strike are only prevented from
Learn to Farm at School.
heavy wind in the vicinity of New Pandora, Sheriff Fitzpatrick is taking
an outbreak by the commission
soon ae possible.
milk from 300 cows.
B wton.^loaa, and Msdison, Illinois.
Albany— Pupils of the seventh and
precautions to guard the jail in which
This new ruling w ill be received with men from the union who hare
Pittsburg bankers admit that the Steve Adams, charged with the aeeaes- eighth grades of the Albany public
great satisfaction in Portland, which called the peace committee.
The tension is so high that the i
paying teller ami auditor of Ihe Farm nation of Aithur L. Collins. General schools will devote their spare time
was being adversely affected by the
The this spring to growing vegetables and
word w ill bring about trouble,
ers’ Deposit National bank have stolen W ells’ predecessor, is confined.
Wheat — Club, S2(3;83c; bluestem,
flowers. They w ill engage in practical
$1 ,106,000 during the past three yeare. feeling against Adams is becoming more
East to^Seattle via Portland than were union leaders have asked the me:
work in connection with the new etndy 84@85c; valley, 82@83c; red, 80@81c.
bitter from day to day.
charged to Seattle over the Great North refrain from drinking, but i.llene*
The British house of commons has
Feeling against Adame has also been of agriculture now required in the sev
ern. The Southern Paclcfi is equally irksome and the men are chafing ' _
a bill providing that all clocks engendered, it is said, because of the enth and eighth grades of the public $2S(§39 per ton.
pleased, for it has been known that its the delay of a settlement, especially
i advanced 80 minutes In order to use fact that during the past two weeks ful schools of the state and w ill be stimu
view of the fact that the company
Corn — W hole,
$33.50; cracked, earnings and prestige have suffered by
more daylight by promoting early ris ly a score or more of miners and others lated to active efforts by a series of
the ruling which has now been modi declared that never again will tbe<
who were deported during strike days prizes offered through the arrangements $34.50.
any of the present leaders employ*
of Superintendent A . M. Sanders, of | Hay— Valley timothy, Nc. 1, $17 per
The general assembly of Virginia has have returned to the district.
the local public schools.
adopted a resolution removing Judge J
Says Djnne is Prejudiced.
¡clover, $14(3115; cheat, $15; grain hay,
Going Out of Busiress.
Carnot Deport Bigrami.
W . G. Blackstone, of the Flleventh cir
San Francisco, March 30.— Abraham
$14@$15; alfalfa. $12«13.
Must " D i p ” Mangy Cayuses
Victoria, B. C., Mareh 31.— News
cuit, from office on grounds of immor
Ban Francisco, March 28.—P*al*
| Fruits— Apples, $1(33.50 per box, ac R«ref today filed an affidavit thiough
Pendleton— Every horse on the Uma
ality and gross neglect of official duty was brought by the Empress of China
cording to quality; cranberries, $8(311 which he seek9 to disqualify Superior nami, the anarchist arreste«! ye*,8!
Judge Frank H. Dunne from presiding for inciting to assae=inatioD ana y
Indana Democrats have
declared today that of the 28 emigration com tilla reservation range is to be dipped per barrel.
panies in the business in Japan last during the month of May, according to ;
themselves for Bryan.
| Vegetables — Asparagus, 12>*c per in the so called Parkside trol ey fran struct ion of the fleet, when er
year, but three remain.
The Morioka an edict issued by Dr. S. W. McClure, '
pound; beans, 20c per pound; cabbage, chise bribery cases, in which Ruef is before Acting Commiseiuner ol 4
Rhode Island Republicans will send
company is arranging to send emigrants of this city, who is head of the bureau
joint defendant with W . I. Brobeck, graticn Crawford, stated hath*
1 X @ 1 X c ; cauliflower, $2(92 25; cel
to Callao, the first shipment of 1,000 of animal industry in the Northwest, i
G. H . Umbeen and Joeeph Green. In to this country from Italy in 1“
Tramps are causing much trouble on being embarked just before the Empress The purpose of the wholesale dipping
per dozen; parsley, 26c per dozen ; pep his affidavit Ruef alleges bias and pre this is a fact it will p:aie hi®
a ll PaoiSc coast railroada.
of China left; the M eiji company will is to erailicate mange, which is preva-, pers, 20c per pound; radiehee, 30c per judice on the part of Judge Dunne and the Federal deportation laws re« 1
The largest clock in the world w ill be send 500 Japanese to Peru in April and lent among the Irnlian horses. The In- • dozen; rhnbarb, 8c per pound; spin sets forth many instances in which he anarrbi-ts. M i. Crawford
put on a soap factory at Thomaston, the Kokokn company is arranging to dians w ill be required to ronnd np ach, 85c per crate; sprouts, 10c per says Dunne sh-.we«i antipathy, bias aid Boston to see if there is sny r««1
The Morioka their own ponies, all other expense be- ; pound; squash, l(3jl l 4 c per pound; prejudice against the defendant in for him there. More anarchist*
Conn. T ee dial ia 28 feet in diameter. send 1,000 to Brazil.
company has charted a steamer to carry ing defrayed by the department of In turnips, 85c per sack; carrots, 85c per mer trials.
am ste-1 in the next few 'l*ff.
Iowa Democrats have indorsed Bryan 3,000 Japanese to Chile.
Latin quarter charged with
sack; beets, $1 per sack.
and the Nebraska platform.
English Hopmen Protest.
Onions— Oregon, $4 per hundred.
Trains Soon to Klamath.
Exiles Purchase Grave
The lllinoia Republican convention
Touriat Rates to the Coat^
Worcester, England, March 30.— A
Potatoes— 40«*66c per hundred, de
has indorsed Cannon and declared for
Klamath Falls— That the California livered Portland; sweet potatoes, $4 largely attended meeting of hopgrowers
Paris, March 31.— The b«xly of the
Bt. Paul, Minn.. March
late Gregory Geischunin, the Russian Northeastern is to be completed to K la per hundred.
was held in this city this aftern «on and passenger officials of the North* 1
leader, who died recently in math Falls this year is evidenced by
Butter— Fancy creamery, 25<®?0c psr a resolution was pas«ed protesting in Pacific and Boo roads will
Adm iral Evans has answered the
dignantly against what was described eummer tourist rate# of $60 for
critics of the battleships, saying the Switzerland, w»< buried today in Mont the rapid progress being made in con pound.
parnasse cemetery in a grave purchased struction and track laying. By the flrst
Poultry— Aversge old hens, 14<2tl5c as the “ dumping of America's surplus nlar trip fmm the Twin
armor belt ia nut too low.
by Russian exiles in Paris.
Four of April the track will be finished to per pound; mixed chickens. 12(313c; hops in this country.” Enormous quan tie, Tacoma. Portland nn(i oth* .
Railroada have decided to attack the thousand persons followed the hearae. Dorris, and already two camps have spring chickens, 16«t20c; turkeys, live, tities of hops are said to be due to ar Pacific Coast points.
T1 is FV_
rate laws of lllin oia and Missouri un The pr( cession was headed by a car been established between Dorris and 15@17c; dreesed, choice. 16(320; geese, rive hete in a few days. They are be northern lines on a par with tn '
carrying a mass of huge wreaths tied the Klamath river, where the grade live. 8<310c; «lucks, 16rtul7c; pigeons, ing offered at from 181, to 25 shillings ern lines, which have grant*«*
der the Supreme court deciaion.
with red ribbons, whi -h were «ent by acmes the swamp lands will be finished 75c(3$l; squabs. $1 5 0 «2 .
a hundred weight, which is le«ie that rates to California points. Thei
The condition of Senator Penroee, of American Socialist organizations, who for a stretch of 8,000 feet by the mid
trip from Chicago to North t
Eggs — Fresh ranch, 15@l6c per half the English price.
Pennsylvania, ia said to be very grave were represented by Anna Strunsky.
dle of Anril.
via the Twin Cities will be $«
and little hope is held out for recovery.
Veal— 75 to 125 pounds, 8 «9 c ; 125
Alabama Law Is Kilted.
Another Plot Discovered
University Data in Bulletin.
to 150 pounds, 7c; 150 to 200 pounds,
Great Strike is Order«*'
A severe earthquake in the City of
Montgomery, Ala., March 30.—Jndge
Port Au Prince, March 31.— A fresh
University of Oregon, Eugene— A 5(36 lsc.
Kansas City. March 2 8 .- - ^ ^
Mexico greatly terrified the people,
Thomas G. Jones, of the United States
eracked numerous walls mm stopped conspiracy against the government has new bulletin has just been issued from ! Pork— Block, 75 to 150 pounds, 7(3j court, today held the Alabama penalty thousand members of the
been discovered in this city. The leader the university office containnig a brief 7Ljc; packers. 5 « 6 ^ c .
railroad laws unconstitutional; also workers of America, em p loy
clocks all over the city.
of the plot, General Ijirraque, who was historical sketch of the institution, the ! Hope— 1907. prime and choice, 4@ that the suit* brought by the railrowds tricte Nos. 4. 21 and 25,
The State department la without de arrested on March 14 on suspicion of names of all regents and their terms of . S ^ c ; olds. 1®2.\
are not in violation of the eleventh Mi-souii, Arkansas. Kaos*»,
W ool— Eastern Oregon, aversge lest, constitutional amendment, not being and Texas, will g i on »trtW
tails of the reasons for Ffmperor W i l conspiring against the president and service, a similar chart of the officers
liam refusing to receive Dr. H ill as who was released with four others on of administration and instruction and 12 316c pet pound, according to shrink- suits against the state. Several of the following a deci ion
amasaad >r from the United States to March 24. took refuge this afternoon the names, resi.lences and occupation* age; valley, 16«H 8c, according to qnal- minor claims were also declared to be I ing« of division vice pres»
of all the alumni.
jit y ; mohair, choice, 25c per pound.
I in the French legation.
Heavy Earthquake fo llo »« „
Eire I d Mexico, ’
NEWS OF THE WEEK
NO LOSS Of LIFE IS REj>|J
I d a Condensed Forni for Our