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Market St., Walluku 1
One reason for tbclsuf ciiriity of tl.c ArihcuEti-Busch bievs is
they contain no corn, an ingredient thai chenrer.s the cost of brew
ing and injures the quality of the
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PANAMA, Nov. 9. Senor Varilla has opened negotiations on
behalf of the Republican of .Panama for a new canal agreement. He
assures Secretary Hay that the isthmian government is anxious
for a speedy canal treaty, simpler in text than the Colombian treaty
and more positive as to the extent of American control.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. The Mayflower has sailed for Panama
with Admiral Coghlan and Admiral Walker aboard. Admiral
Walker is to visit the isthmus as commissioner for President Roose
velt and will report to the President on the situation there.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 10. President Roosevelt's mes
sage to the extra session of Congress was read in both Houses this
morning. The President confines himself exclusively to a request
for lo'gislation that will insure reciprocity with Cuba.
WASHINGTON.D. C. Nov. 10. Senator Morgan.who has been
a vigorous antagonist of the Panama isthmian canal route, will not
hold the chairmanship of the reorganized canal committee of the
HELENA, Mont., Nov. 10. A special session of the Montana
Legislature has been called to consider the industrial situation of
the State arising from tho shutting down. of work in the mines.
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Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
re&ilvering. regilding and re
framing old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
Franco has recognized the de facto
government of Panama.
Turkey's reply to the Austro-Rtis-sinn
note is unsatisfactory.
TwentV'Oiie deaths from cholera
arr. reported at Vigan. in the Phllip-
The Venezuelan discussion has been
resumed by the International Court
at tho Hague.
There has been a clash between
the Uruguayan and Brazilian police
on the frontier.
Apostle Heber J. Grant of the Mor
mon Church has been arrested at Salt
Lake for polygamy.
Rear Admiral Beardslee died at
Augusta, Georgia, Neveniber 11,
after a short illness.
Admiral Glass in command of tho
Pacific Squadron arrived at the
Isthmus, November 10.
It has been decided to garrison the
Philippines with four regiments of
cavalry and nine of infantry.
Twenty-one thousand workmen a-
mong the striking miners at Butte,
Montana, have returned to work.
The cruiser Boston has been or
dered not to allow the landing of
Colombian troops at isthmian ports.
Japan has warned China that it
will reconsider its friendly attitude,
if the Russian demands are acceded
The Japanese Premier at Tokio
declares the situation to be critical.
Popular anti-Russian sentiment is
General Andre, French Minlslerof
War, is urging the Cabinet to revise
the Rennes verdict in the case of
The extra session of Congress met
on Monday, and Congressman Can
non of Illinois was elected Speaker of
William O'Brien has resigned his
seat in Parliament because he is
dissatisfied with tho policy of the
President Roosevelt announcd his
recognition of tho Panama insurgents
on November 0, and sent naval forces
to tho isthmus.
It was ofliciallv announced on Mon
day that Germany will re'eognized
the independence of the newly organ
ized .Government of Panama.
Official notification has been re
ceived at Washington that an author
ized committee is coming from Pana
ma to negotiate a canal treaty.
The Viceroy of Chi-li sent by the
Empress Dowager to confer with the
Russian officials at Mukden, was
stopped by the Russians at Tien-
The uprising in Dam&raland, South
Africa is becoming serious. A fort
has been burned, English families
captured, and serious fightingvbas
The old Empress Do wagr of China
is making preparation for a hasty
flight, as shn fears trouble from, the
present difficulties between Japan
A petition from tho Filipino Cham
ber of Commerce was presented to
Cougress ou Tuesday, calling for the
abolition of tariff charges on all Phil
At the great banouot given in
honor of King Edward's birthday,
Prime Minister Balfour expressed
himself sanguine that there would bo
no war in the Far East.
Tho Colombian minister has pre
sented to the State Department a
strong protest on tho part of his gov
ernment against tno action oi tne
United States at Panama.
Diplomatic inquiry by tbo United
States as to tho attitude of Europe
in ovent of a crisis at Panama has
developed thofaot that tho European
powers will not interfere, the matter
at stake being considorcd as strictly
an Amoricau affair,,
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