Birmingham - Candeleria 2
JULY 14, 1904 AFTER DAfi! " BUB. Harry diamond Sabin-Brown, Sabin-Brown, secure proceedings. this was second accused Indian-ville, Indian-ville, examination Monday formal Sibley refused. OF I. General Omaha June on a of from manager Birmingham the Rich Mexican Mine. WASHINGTON, July ,1 Irrepressible Irrepressible Mark Birmingham Ha made another another move in his endless fight for the possession of the rich Candelaria mine. This great producer of treasure lies In the San Dimas discrict, State of Duran-go, Duran-go, Duran-go, Mexico and Birmingham has come down on the Mexican Government with the modest demand that it pay him a mere bagatelle as damages only $156,-000,000 $156,-000,000 $156,-000,000 and send an army to Durar.go to take the mine away from Colonel Dan Burns, the. present owner, and install install a certain American. Mark Birmingham Birmingham by name, in full possession. For fifteen years Birmingham has been fighting Burns, first appealing to various courts -and -and then to the State Departments here and in the City of Mexico. Now he Is 78 years of age but he is still at it. evolving scheme after scheme as he sits at a little desk in a Broadway office. State officials here laugh? at his latest reported move, but Colonel Bums doesn't intend .to be caught napping. According to the story story told here, he has left San Dimas and !s on his way to the City of Mexico to combat the claim. He has made the same journey for a similar purpose several times, always with success and this time', it is said, he will not cease his efforts until he gets a ruling that will put an end to Birmingham's power to make trouble.