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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JIEN1), OREGON, IttllDAY, JULY 17, 100.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
GATHERED PROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Caraprelianalvo Review of the Import
ant llsppenlafs of Put Wck,
Prttcatcd In Ce4ud Porw, Mast
Likely to I'reve Intcrcithic U Oar
IN TIM MALANCU.
Anotlmr operation on tho I'opo may
Tho Gorman moat bill Is piovlnu a
A rata war Is on at Hour Lako, Texas
and all nottroca have Lad to Ilea.
Capo Town haa lust liad tlio most ec
vcro earthquake shock in 20 yearn.
Christian Kndeavorera are holding
tholr 31st annual convention at Don
General Jamea Injstroot, whllo aor
lously III. la not In a danirorous con-
Tho postal department announces
Mter mall nervlco lor tho west after
Finn Kdward In wolcomlnK Amerl
can olllcora urged closer relationi with
tno United Mates.
President Loubot haa loft Kngland
for Homo. Hla visit was tho cause of
a groat demonstration.
Homo papers ay Cardinal Gibbons
cannot bo iopo bocauao ho would bo
for tho Americana only.
President Roosovolt will let tho
Manchurlan matter root until the Jow
lih petition la out of tho way.
Fred Ames, ox chief of pollco of Mln
neapolla haa again been placed under
arrest on tho charge of forgery.
Tho committer on tonatltotlon of tho
National Manufacturere' aiaoclatlon
would ralao a fund of f 1,600,000 with
-whlcli to flghta unions.
I'opo Loo la atlll allvo, but hli end la
Itussla will warn Ilulgaria against
vgolng.to wqr with Turkey.
Tho nutnbor of Amoriean troopa In
tho Philippines la to bo reduced.
ItUMlr. la laying a telegraphic cnblo
from An Tunic to Yon Gam Pho, China.
Mra. J. G. lllalno, widow of tho
atatoiman, la 111 at her homo In Augus
Harlan W. Ilnuh, of Now York, )iai
boon appolntixl United BUtea comul at
Tho ateel truat earned 1 1,102,630 loas
luring tho quarter lust ended than dur
ing tho lamo period last year.
Colombia wanta more money for tho
l'anama canal route and thlnka Undo
tiim atlngy for not offering more.
Aaalatant Secretary ol tho Interior
Ryan haa been detlgnatod aa Alaikan
commissioner to tho St. Louis exposl
tlon. A stage waa held up near Colusa,
Cal., by a lono highwayman nnd $148
ocured. Just ono year ago n hold up
occurred at tho aamu placo.
llnlK.rln la nronarlna for war with
Tho death of Topo Loo la oxpoctod at
President Loubet, of Franco, la In
London, tho guest of Kngland.
Tho Pennsylvania flood death Hit Is
now placed at 20 with 10 mliwlng.
TheJAmerlcan floot In Kuronoan wat
era la now tho guest of Groat llrltalu.
Tho opinion provalla In Russian dip
lomatic clrcloa that war la Inevitable.
Shamrock III has BRnln boaton the
old boat and shows quallllea which
greatly olato Llpton.
The United Btatoi and Groat Hrltaln
havo exchanged counter caaoa on tho
Alaskan boundary matter.
Bt. Potoraburg official circles criticise
tho diplomatic mtohoda ol Count , Caa
alnl In tho Mnnchurlan mattor.
Tho norgo rosponslblo for the rioting
t Kvansvlllo, Ind la latauy wounuuu
nd connot llvo but a abort tliuo,
An nmtoHlonon tho Union Pnclflo
nr Monmn. Utah, killed two
fnhillv Inlurod four nnd moro
aorlously hurt 10 othora.
Itoporta ahow that 80 peoplo wero
klllod and 1,003 Injured In fourth of
I'ope'a Life May Knd at Any Moment
Doctor alva Up.
Homo, July 10, 2a. m. Anothorday
of alternate hopes and feara haa paaxed,
nnd I'opo Ixra'a llfo atlll honga In tho
balnticu. llcginnlng with ronowod
hopes, tho day closed with the Hi-ales
tending slowly but surely downward.
How long this agonising period of mis
psnse will last not oven tho attending
doctors ilaro to aay.
No night bulletin wns Issued, but at
!:'.'& tills morning It wna learned from
Dr. Maxtonl that tho condition of tho
pontiff had not changed since the In
itio of tho evening bulletin at 7:30
o'clock, which announced that tho pa
tlent'a state waa gravo, at which iiour
Dr. Lepponl had dcclarod hla fear that
there waa no hope, but tho end might
not como daring tho night.
The mere fact of the consultation In
Itself gavo rlso to tho gtoomiest for-
bodlnitt. Indeed, this waa tho first
actual consultation, as tho previous fre
quent meetings of tho doctors wrro not
reitardod as formal consultations. To
day, however, Dr. Ilosslnl, tho distin
guished specialist of tho Usee) 1 1 school,
waa called In a consultation lasting
two hours, during which overy phase
of tho patient's caso waa minutely gone
oror. Tho conclusions announced in
tho 7)30 bulletin showed that liquid la
again gathoring In the piouial cavity,
and that tho popo'a general condition
is vorr sravo.
Following tho Issuance of this bullet
in, tho doctors frnely oxpressed tholr
personal convictions regarding tho ex
tremo gravity of tho caso. Dr. La
ponpl said, without qualification, that
tho patlent'a condition waa beyond
hope. Ho did not expect a final col
Inpao tonight, but ratlfer a gradual
sinking until the end came. How long
the sufferer may last tho doctors will
not venture any prediction. Ordinary
calculations, they aay, fall to apply In
this extraordinary caso. Ono of them
"I lore is n man almoitTOO jcars old
rota'nlng all hla mental and roost of
his physical faculties, and bravely coin
bitting tho approach of death. Al
though tho conditions chango Irom hour
to hour, tho esiMntial conditions of
mental aloitnena and physical vigor
continue unbroken. Never yet haa
there Innin the slightest lape Into in-coherency."
PLANNING FOR WAR
lliail RUSSIAN OPFICERS ARE IN SE
Cxar Uvfdcntlr Intends to Mold the Man.
churlan Co I tlon and Fight Japan II
It la Asaurcd of No Ald-Wsr I'ccl-
Ing Among the Japanese If
Ing and Troubla Is OxpccUd.
U5Q MONUY TO UtlAT HILL.
Kin Chau, opposlta NIu Chwnsg
Manchuria, July 10. All the promi
nent Husslan officials In China, Man
churia and Corea are attending tho con
ference at Port Arthur. Arnoog them
are Minister of War Kurepatkln, Admi
ral Aloxioff, tho ISnsslan ministers at
Pekln and Hocul. the political agent
in China and Corea, including M. Fok
otlloff, recently Husslan financial rep
resentatlvo at Pekln, General Desslno,
tho military agont in China, tho civil
and military officials nt MucLden, Har
bin and Klrin, and the administrator
of NIu Chwang. ,
Tho proceedings at tho conference are
enveloped in profound secrecy. It is
popularly supposed that the Russian
official are considering war questions.
Tho commercial foreign officers at NIu
Chwang and Port Arthur believe that
the possibility of war Is increasing
Japan War Fever tilfhcr.
Kin Chau, Manchuria. July 10.
Tho war fooling among trie Japanese in
China Is Intensifying. ' The Rus!an
civil administrators, with the governor
general ol mu unwang, nave com
menced tho erection of a gcvernment
building, deslgnod to hold all tho Bus
alan offices, including tho telegraph
and telephone departments, In the cen
ter of tho foreign settlement, partly on
land ceded by tho Uhlacso, according
to tho Husslan explanation, and partly
on tho public equaro, about which the
forolgn consulatea are congregated.
The rceldenta of other nationalities are
preparing to protest against this en
croachment on the public equaro.
A Husslan uoinpany yesterday com
pleted tho purchase of tho river tug
buslnesa hero. This is regarded aa an
Important step towards Husslan control
of tho harbor, aa tho now or in pa ny ia
apparently acting in behalf of tho Rus
sian government, Rnssla having out
emnll commercial interests hero. Tho
llrltlsh company had four boats, and
tho Russians have Imported two moro.
All six vessela are armed and com
manded by Russian officers. The crows
aro composed of aoldiors.
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A. Hm GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
Merchandise suited to the needs of
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iJt iJt M K
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GENERAL OUTFITING SUPPLIES, ETC.
Groceries, Provisions, Dry
Gents' Furnishines, Stoves,
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All Brandies of the Trade Handled in ft
a Business Manner and with due re- . &
gard to the interests of our Cnstomers &
Bend Mercantile Company
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Chinese Tactics Against nantU
Measure Ar GxpoMd.
Manila, July 11. Ropreaentatlvoa
of the Chinese chamber of commerco
and tho Evangelical Union, argued for
six hours today In opposing tho opium
bill at tho public discussion of that
measure on tho occasion of ita third
reading. Tho Chlnoso advocated that
thoro bo no chango In the prosont in
dlscrlmlnato sale of opium, with addi
tional gcvernment supervision of ita im
portation, Tho Kvangsllcal Union dol-
cgato urgod tho prohibition of tho rale
ol opium liy tlio united mates coin
mission, and expressed tno most sonra
tlonal conditions prevailing, alleging
that tho Chinese aro tampering with
the nofffwapera ami raising a fund ilea
tlnod to he used In bringing about the
defeat of tho bill.
Tho object of tho opium bill Ih to cre
ate an opium monopoly in tno arcni
noluco and sell It to tho highest bidder
it la based on the theory that It will
restrict tho uio of the drug to ohlnoeo,
who havo used It nil theli IIoh and
prevent ita indlscrlminato salo to
Americana and Fillpplnos, many of
whom aro falling victims to tho utto of
Baloa of tho drug nro to be controlled
by a concessionary, who may acquire
tho right to sell opium In tho islands
by bidding for tho prlvllogo every threo
yearu. inero aro provisinnB
llcoueca nnd cCntiol of tho traffic.
POPE FI1CL5 HO IS WBAKCSt.
Die Prom Heat.
Now York, July 11, Thoro wero six
deaths from heat today In Now York,
alx In Hrooklyn, nnd fully -10 prostra
tlons. It waa tho hottest day since
July '1, 1801, when It wuh 00 dogreos.
Today It run to 01 degrees. News
Irom all ovor tho etato indicates no
vuro li not record beraking hunt condit
ions. Among tho tomporaturoa ro
ported aro: Saratoga, Out Kingston,
100; Utlon, 01; Bchonoctndy, 04;8yr.
Desires to Work, Uut Phyalclaae
sua4e lllm to Abandon Idea.
Homo, July 0, 1:30 p. m. As waa
Indicated In the morning bullotla, the
I'opo' a condition today la not so favor-
ablo ai It waa last night, duo tp the
fact that tho operation of yesterday
haa not accomplished what the doc
tnra wished. Though inflammation of
tho lungs ia decreasing, tho patlent'a
genoral condition does not improve,
and there ia a tendency towards a radi
cal chango for tho worre. Tho Pontiff
ia very weak and even chloroform
Boema to have tost it power to givo the
suiToror tho relief ol tranquil rest. He-
aides, what doprcssea tho I'ono la tho
diUlculty ho ia experiencing In breath
ing. At times ho appears to bo on tbo
point of strangulation, and then his
breathing gradually becomea weaker
until Ida heart apparently stops.
Anothor great preoccupation of tho
doptnra Id tho dornnuomont vof th urn
tlont'a kidneys, as n result of which
blood poisoning Is feared. The outlook
la now that tho rope's llle may perhaps
bo prolonged mote than could havo
boon expected SO hour! ago, but hopes
ol hla recovery are still very email.
Tho Intense nnxiety regarding tho
Pontlff'H condition which Is felt
throughout tho United SUtos is shown
by. thrt rotalpt of a vory largo number
of tolegrams from eminent American
prolatoa nnd ley Catholics in America,
making anxious inquiries and express
ing tho hope that tho prayers for his
recovory will bo answered.
Strikers May Come Back.
Donvor, July 10. -Tho oxpoctod at
tempt to reaumo work at tho Qlobo
nmeitor was not mado this morning,
but ollleliu announcement waa made to
day that work will bo resumed tomor
row. Tlio announcement eaya that all
old employes, oxcopt such as may havo
taken part In any riotous uomonstrn
tlona during tho rocent strike, will bo
allowed tp tako tholr old places. Ev
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