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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JIBND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1003.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
aATIIEKKD FROM AM. PARTS OP TUB
Comprehensive Review of (he Import
lint Happening of tlao lat Week,
I'rcMnttd In Condensed Porm, Most
Likely to Prove Interesting to Our
Flic Unllml KUt(H IdiKHit of loi-al
loitti ii in I ImlldliiK associations I) In nos
Ion nt lloston.
Cnrdlttnt Dlhbons linn formed n roin
lilnatlnii with lliu 1'ionch cardinals
HavunU'on ropnumritatlvoa of llio Paul
Ul onlnr In thu Unltixl Males urn In con
fvronro in Now Vork.
Jamos A. Mltclmll, prt-ehlont of thn
H tdlnplionn coniirjy, of I'lillailol
ihln, slnco 1HU5, linn n-slgno.!. U. N.
llotlioll, of No York, vtrm oloctixl to
TMonty dork on thn Now York Cen
tral railroad nt NIsKara Falls, N. Y.,
nrn itrt'UMMl ol roblili'K froht. Hlx
hntn Im-vh arrested, and flvo of theso
A mrntliiK of chitons of fiUlon Is
In ml, N. Y., to ronslJor rnea.iuos for
lrnlnlnic tlio Island mid thn unttliiK
rid of thn mlmiulto lot, was hrokon
up hy u a arm of r.ilultos.
Donnls nnd I.atlhnor, uld to Im two
of thn most oxort sa(o hlowoti and
bank rolilwr. In tha country, both of
whom llvo In 0IiIcko, escaped Irom
jail at Waukesha, Wis., through tho
clevornoi of thrvo women, it In bo
King IMward and hid quoon rocolvcd
m hortytwoloomo in Ireland.
Caltlnmnn nnd sheepmen of Wjrora
Ing nro unKmxl in a flarcu war.
Arcadia, a small Ohio town, has boon
almost.entlielrjwlped out by lire.
iltiiuU hna withdrawn lier tloiitands
niGlHnaybut'li'preparluic for war.
Turkoy linn nnd to send moro troops
to Macedonia to coo wltJi tho rebels.
A plot hna hcon dlscmerwl In Ohlca
K to assassinate thu Gorman emiwror.
Votietuulan rebels havo been drlron
to thidr last retreat niter n dosporate
battlo nt HoIihImiI.
A baud of rebel operating In Allmy
provlncu. Philippine Mauds, has bwiu
routed. A largo number woru captured
A hailstorm which visited Chicago
did groat damage to property nml won
tho Indlroct aiuta of Iho pooplo being
Colombia flnda horiolf In flnnnrlal
atralu. Expenditures largely exceed
rocolpts (nd no.-essarlos of Ufa havo
readied nn nlmott prohibitory prlco.
Archbishop Kaiser, of Milwaukee, Ii
King Kdward ha started on a tour
Thu war fooling against Ituisla la
growing In Japan.
In tho dent ruction of n Nome hotol
three jmoplu lout their Uvea.
A alroot rar collided with a wagon nt
Kansas Olty, seriously Injuring six
A Connor creek mine, near Hunting
ton, hna boon robbed of n largo amount
of money nnd dust.
Tho heir to tho Drltlsli throno la to
vlalt thu United Btatoa and will bu tho
guest of Prosldont ltooaevett.
In an explosion at tho Mlnnoqua
steel works, l'uoblo, flvo men were
burned by hot metal, two fatally.
A bloody bnttlu occurrod at Olndad
Bolivar, in Venovnola, when that placo
-was captured by govornmont force.
A suvero wind, hall nnd rain storm
-Bwept over a part of Southeastern Iowa,
destroying all crops In Its path and lev
ollng many buildings and ticoa.
Governor Yates, of Illinois, line re
turned from n trip to Europe,
Tae next annual convention of
Knights of Ht. John will bo hold at
l'oorla, III,, on Junu 22, 1004.
John Ijtnbershlm, of I.oa Angolos,
tho Harvard ntudont who stolo an auto
mqbllu as u "lark," Iiuh coinpeuiuitod
thu owner and Iwen rolouBod.
A dog which hit a number of oh'l
dren In Mllwuukoo proves to have had
rabies and tho health board Ib trying to
ilnd tho children in ordor to apply an
ALL, TO Till CIIUKCII.
Will ot Pope Leo ilequeatlu Property
Itomu, July 'JO. Tho will of l'opo
Ixi .Mil was was oeiicd today ut thu
congrvgHtlou of cardlunln, It wns the
Intention of the cardlnnln to nmliiUiu
tho ktrlctoat secrecy courornlng lln urn
tentu, hut It is learned that It (xiniprl"
es !I0 frhcota in the handwriting of tho
Into puiie, except additions evidently
made In his later yearn when tho popo
found conaulernljlu illllluulty In writ
ing, owing to 'he trembling of his
hand. The earlier portlona of thu tes
tament Include tho m'oui inundation
which thu testutor nddresiKMl to his ex
ecutorit, Cardinals Kamiiolla, .Mocennl
nnd Clot on I, on tho beat way to con
tinue tho religious impulro given to thn
tlnirih as well as thu policy followed
by tho holy boo during later years.
Tho document thou enumerates nil
thu property which Leo oiesod and
prorldu that It shall go to his successor
for tho benefit of the church, Including
even tho pioMint", which might perhaps
bo oousldorod personal rather than gilts
to tho KntllTs as such.
To Aim member of his family, the
pope lelt a present fur each to bo chosen
from thu valuable objects bi hi apart
meiita and similar k'H" verro lw
iueathiil to his doctors. All tho laud
purchased nnd buildings erected for In
lltulloti imrsonnlly founded by juo
nro put in the nniiio ol the holy sou to
avoid itosilulo clrlm from relstlvc-,
us thu K)k probably rumemberod that
soma time alter tho death of Plus IX,
the tatter's nephews Instituted n suit
against tho church, claiming 15,001)
francs as their portion cf tho estate
Tho wilt ends by providing that his
PH0PLI1 Sill! Tllll DKAD POPI.'.
CJreat Crowd at St. Peter's to Obtain
Last View ol Dead Pontiff.
Home, July 23, -From aunrlto today
until sunset thousands of pooplo pasted
Initore the bier of Loo XIII, lying in
statu in thu basilica of Hi. Peter's. It
was originally Intended thnt this op
Hrtunlty Ut view the body should run
through three days, but tonight- It'-ln
lcnrntxl that tho funeral 'bay"bo hold
Friday Instead of Haturday night, owing
to thn evidence that dorotncsltlon Is
suiting In. This Is due to today's
severe heat, from which no umbaliulug
could perfectly protect thu Ixxly.
Tha Imprexslou of th-a who today
pumctl before the gates of Ht. Peter's to
view the lody was one of iutenrn pity
combined with a certain souse of hot
ror. Tho lody was tilted up on tho
catafalque in order thnt nil might so
thu terribly stirnnlen face. An ordin
ary skull in a frame of gold lying in
the midst of a mass of rod robes could
scarcely have been mnrutyplal of death.
Kxcept ut sunrise when tho crush
threatened a panic, nil those who vis
ltcl it had an opportunity of entering
St. Peter's. During tho day many of
those who paused In sIoirh1 'boforn tho
rntnfaliio to say n ipilet prayer. Hun
dreds of women and oven Kuio of the
men carried children In tholr arms.
JAPAN STHIPS TOR WAR.
Russia Will Not Yield and Pours
London, July 26. Tho Ially Mail's
inKia corresoniieiii nenus rattier nn
nlnrmlng vlow of thn situation In tho
report to. his paper. Ho enya that Hus
sin's retention of Manchuria, tho In
croase of her fleet, tho dlsmtch of ru
InforcomenU to Manchuria, tho south
ward movomont ol tho occupying army
In Manchuria and tho defiant rondurt
nn tho Co roan frontlor nlarmod tho
Japanese, many of whom aro convinced
that II would bu hotter to fight now
than risk, thu ovontual loss of Corea
and tho relegation ot Japan to a sec
Ho snya thn Japaneeo aro accumulat
ing storos and negotiating tho purchaso
of ships; that n squadron is off Vladi
vostok, to which port Russian vessels
havo been r-ont an a precaution, nnd
that bath (loots aro ready for action nt
any uinmont. Ho says that a perusal
of thn Siberian press reveal a thonggros
slvo spirit of tho Russian military part;
that the llu'slnus bollevo they will lose
proHtlgo If they give wav now, with tho
result thnt their far Kasliun empire
will bo lost and Japanese Influence will
Cannot Stand Jccrn.
Ohlongo, July 25. Adolph Khmnn,
n member of tho Arm of Ohnrlos Eh
man oc Co., mnntlu manufacturers,
angered by tho Joem of a crowd of un
ion workmen while he wur noting as
guard ovor nonunion men, shot and ror
lously wounded Hnbort Kuter, ono of
his tormontora, today. Khmnn was
NOW LIES IN STATE
Xtll'S RHA1AINS AT BASILICA
OP ST. PETER'S.
Were Hacorted Thither With Much Pomp
Preparation Completed for Allow.
Ing Public to View llody of Late Pon
tiff -An Autopsy Miowed No Sign of
Homn, July 22. Tonight tho body
of I.00 XIII lies in stalo at the Uaslllca
of bt. Peter'a. Ileglnning tomorrow at
sunrise, tho people of Home nnd the
pernio of all nations now InthoKternal
City will bo permitted to py their last
farewell. Opportunity for this solomn
Irlbuta will end Haturday.
Until 6 o'clcolc this evening the re
mains ol tho dead popo lay In the
throneroorn of the Vatican, where the
leaders ol thu diplomatic, clerical and
civil world woro allowod to pass the
hlor Tho ceremony tonight, when tha
Ixxlj was conveyed from tho throne
room to Ht. 1'oter'a was ono of the
mot striking of all tho ob'txinics.
During tho da tho congregation of
cardinals met and decided to hold the
enclave under the Identical regulations
which obtained nt tho conclato which
Dr. Inpponi, in the couiso of the
day, presented to Cardinal Oreglla a
report of thn autopsy which was held
yrsterday, which showed there was no
sign of cancer In tho pope's body.
Home hours befort sundown St.
Peter'a was cleared of idle crowds.
Tho masslva doors wero cIomx and the
throng of sight acera was push! back
to tho foot of tho great flight of circular
stone steps. Half ft huudord carpen
ters hastily constructed a stout fence
flvo feet high to roslut the encroaih
mentaof thu irowd, whlrh is expectol
during tomorrow and tho following
dayo. Thu fence expends directly
ncrors the colonnndo, and in it aro two
norrqw entrance wlilchWU glvo ready
moans of controlling tho Ingress and
egress of tho throngs.
JAPS PIT UP TRANSPORTS.
Russian Uncroachmcnta on Core Ox
Victoria, I). 0., Julv 24. News war
received by tho steamer Olympla.
which arrived txly from tho Orient
that warlike preparations aro going on
apace, uiucors ol mo uiympin say
that tho JapanoMi govern merit was Ut
tlngjnauy largo liners fcr transport
service. Thu fleets of warships of
Japan nnd tho powers in the Orient
wore dill maneuvering in tho Gulf of
I'd Oil Li nnd off Co-ra. Russian re
inforcement! wero also reported to be
It wan reported from Harbin that
two mixed brigades, consUtlng of in
fantry, cavalry and engineers wero com
ing over thu Trans Morolau railway,
and an infantry regiment was follow
Ing. Tho announced pupota of the
coming of theM) toons hhh to test the
transporting capacity of tha Siberian
railway. Hirther to reinforce the Mut
ilans, a battalion ot rallors and
marines has been organized in Itusslan
Turkostun and ordered to Manchuria
Tho throo new Itusiian cruisers nro also
reported from tho Klraite Settlement
on thu way to Port Arthur with curgoe
under merchant flags.
TORNADO IN NEW JfiRSDY.
Three Killed and Much Property la Dei
troed. Paterson, N. J., July 24. -In a tor
nado hero today three persons were
killed nnd at least three no:ro moro or
less eerlcusly Injured. Ono hnuso was
blown down nnd moro than a score of
Hy tho collapse of a houoo that was
being repaired, Joseph Vandarn wob
killeil and four other workmen wero
uadly hurt. Thomas Hancock, 80
years old, was strut k by a piece of
shafting, blown from n wrockod laundry
building, and his head wan completely
sovorod from his liody,
Tho monetary loss Ifl estlmatodnt bo
tueon f 150,000 nnd f 200,000.
There will bo nnothor "Pa Gladden"
etory in tho August Century, "Tho
Tramp," Tor this tho material was
largely drawn from family tradition,
for Pa Gludden'a character la actually
bathed upon that of Mis. Klixnboth
Cherry Walls's father, Major John
Nicholas Cherry, of Columbus, Ohio,
a man of broad and gonial charity,
much humor nnd quaint phraseology.
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