THE BEND BULLETIN. VOL. I. BlflND, OIUCGON, ITKIPAY, JULY 10, 11)02). NO. 17. EVENTS OF THE DAY OATHEROD FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB TWO HEMISPHERES. Comprehensive Review of the Import' ant Happenings of the Past Week. Prevented In Condensed Porra, Most Likely to Prove Interesting to Our Many Readcra. Bovuro flihtiug ia reported to hnvo occurred at Oskln, Kurupean Turkey. Italy linn Installed nn American tele graph apparatus between Itoiuo and Naploi. Seven Geneva university students tv ho attempted nn ascension of Mount Diane aro bcl loved to bo lost. Jamaica la gtoatly excited over nn official report that Costn Hlcaa Ih oust ing Its bananas from tho American mnrkot. Tlio smelting plant of tho ileaist eatato at Hllvor City, N. M., haa boon destroyed by llr; loss, $100,000; In surance, 1 15,000. Importation of precious atone nt New York for tho fiscal year juat ended rraa tho heavloat on record, having reached n total .of nioro than $27,300, 000. An Invoitlantlon linn bren opened at llruasula concerning tho theft of 1,01)0 watches which camo thorn from Geneva to bo shipped nt Antwerp for tho Unit od Htntes. Profcaeor Pnyno hna boon appointed to represent Harvard at tho unveiling of tho Wanner monument nt Jlorlin. St. Andrews la to be ruproaencd by An drow Carnegie. DurliiK tho fiscal year Jtmt ended tho money onler department ol tho N-w York poslofllcti handled tho num of 1218,313,000, an Increase over tho pro vIour year of 131,320,000. General Lino Duarko Level, a for nior noted Vonosuelan revolutionist, lua arrived in Now. York, and aya I ho tnailrrrctlon against PtedduetCaatro la aura to continue. Tho sale of tho property of tho Ault man-Miller company, of Akron, inanu fit Uurors of harvesting machlnoiy, for j ft 10,000, hni boon approved by United titatoa Judge log. Seventy guns lmvo beon received from tho United Stales Bouth Atlantic Squdadron at anchor at Montevideo, nnd takon to tho Cerro establishment tor important nltorntlona. Tranafor of the Field Columbian Museum, at Chicago, from Jack con park to n alto in Grant park, in tho heart of the city, haa Lecomo a certain ty. Five million dollara will ho ex pendod by .Mr. Field will construct nnd ndow tho museum. Tho British have Inflicted an awful defeat upon Mad Mullah. John llarrutt, of Portland, liaa Loon Appointed mini. tor to Argentina. The'courta havo declared- tho ahlp truat fnsolyont nnd will appoint a re colvor. A wind and rain alorm In Weatorn Wisconsin laid low hundroda of acres of.corn, Itim.lit .va thn United States Jina opened no negotiations" roga'dlng tho Jewish petition. Secretary Hitchcock hold up Oregon state land soloctlona bcoauao proof of mineral character waa Jnanfllclont. A Bcottanoro, Ala., sheriff was sovero ly wounded whilo trying to protect a negro from a mob bent on lynching. A careful compilation from official records of ablpmenta and of the heat obtatnablo data regarding atocka on hand June 30. flhowa a wheat yield in 1002 for Oregon, Washington and Idaho -of 14,078,000 busIiolB. Postmaster General Payno will take a vacation for tho honeflt of hia health. Britain will pay tho Amorlcan fleet unprecodontod honor on I tit arrival there. The president's firm stand for Post master General Paymi haa silenced hla critics. Russia haa summoned Minister Lea ear and other officials to attend a Man churian conference. Tho treasury department haa pur chaaod 100,000 ounces of silver for coin ge into Philippine money. A total roward of0,100 Is now offered for the arrost of Harvey Logan, tho escaped Montana tralnrobber. I'OWIIHS AKI1 MUKCI1.US3. Threaten Seizure of Tien Tain If Indent nlty la Nut Paid In Uold. London, July 1. Tho Pokln corroa pendent of tho Times telegraphs that since tlianrrl'Ml of Chang Chi Tung, director of commarco, nnd onu of the most progressive ol tho Yangtso Vice roya, who was recently summoned to PokIii by tho L'tuprcss Dowager, ho hns visited nil tho foreign heads of lega tions, to whom lie declares that China ia seriously llunnoinlly embarrassed, in consequunco ol which tho powuis should accept paymnut of tho Indemn ity In ailver. Chang Chi Tung says tho viceroys and ether officials were led to believe that tho Indumnlty was only -160,000,000 toots In silver, with out any reference to fluctuating values In silver. None of the ministers except the American representative wculd agree to the payment In silver. France and Itussln wero ready to pay duties on n gold basis, nnd tho legations of these two powers warned Chang Chi Tung that the powers would Insist on the payment of the Indemnity In gold ami would tnae strong measures to enforce tho terms of tho protoiol. They nald In the event of noncompliance, the low ers contemplated telaiiig tho salt ga belle, or teoccupylng tho native city of Tien Tain. Tho concensus of opinion, says the correspondent, Is that China does not deserve charitable treatment. Tho government haa not tnado nuy attempt nt financial reform, nnd that tho cor ruption la as great as ever. Tho money squandered by thu court of Peklu would pay double tin amount uf tiio In demnity. Tho Hlmnghal correspondent of the Times says tho provincial nuthorltlea of Klangal are negotiating with a I will American bank to raise a loan of a million teals fur ordinary administra tive purpose sc-cuiod on the opium revenue of the province. DISTKUSS AT LADYSMITH. Strike Conditions are Now Much Worse Than llvtr llcfore. Vancouver, 11. C, July 4. After all tho talk of settlement, things wore never n-j bad nt I.adysrnlth us now, Tho miners are more bitter than eve. against Mr.'DiinamuIr, and trouble la the order of tho day. The first savage nasault that has marked tho strike Las occurred. Danlol Alexandor, an Ital ian minor, who votod to go to work when thn matter was under dlccuiilon, waa frightfully maltreat! by two oth er Italians, who ot upon him at 4 o'c'ock in tho morning. Tho two at tacked Alexander with hands, teeth and feet, and lie was a sorry bight when they got through. Tho disagreement among tho men ovor whether to return to work or not showing In other forma, one of which led to tho resignation of Hmauol Mot tlihaw, secretary of tho local minora' union. It ia stated that Mottithnw, who waa nctlvo in tho atrlko, found the opposition so hitter that, rather than bo mixed up in It any longer, ho resigned, and Frederick James was given tho office Thero is llttlo doubt that tho two fac tions among tho montho len'ora of thoBo who want to go to work and those who want to atay out longor aro very hostile towards ono another. Moro anger nnd recrimination hns boon caiir-od hocauso ono side has de clared that a registered lottor from tho representative who was sent to tho Western lodoratlon of Mlnesr conven tion has Icappearod, This lottor gavo a gloomy report of federation affairs, hut was never read to tho Lndy amlth 'tnlon, and tho men want to know why. Then, again, tho Foclal lata havo taken a hand In tho strugglo and Homo of tho men look upon tills in terference as meddlesome nnd not like ly to advanco tholr causo. Pour Die Prom the Heat. Chicago, July 3. Four deaths nnd over ft scoro of prostrations marked tho Hicotid day of tho heated tor in In Chi cago. Tho mercury nt tho weather buroau registered 00 dogroos and on tho street level from 02 to 00, CANT BE BLUFFED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WILL SEND JEW NOTE TO CZAR. Delay Is Not on Ilia Part-Petitioners ur Tardy In Sending In the Paper United Stntca Will Nut He.ltatc to (live llxprcsslon to Indlgnntlnn Over Klslilncf Massacre. Washington, July 3, Tho itosltlon of tho administration regarding tho iioK)aol transmission of thu petition of tho Jewish iltl-ena of the United Htatea to tho Ituislati government was made clear and poiltlvn by n statement Issued by thu atnte department tonight. This statement waa Inspired by news paper publications rellectlng tho nttl ttnlo of tho Kusslan government In thu tvent of tho pietoutntlon of surli n x tltlnii through tho medium of the United Hiatus embassy at Ht. Peters burg, which had been brought to the attention of high officers of tho govern ment. It waa given very careful con sideration both hero mid at Oyster Hay, before n decision waa reached to iiiako any declaration regarding tho natter. Tho statement la at follows: "At tho statu department it was ntatod ny n high official, In thn nbsomo of Hecretarv Hay, that tlm dnlay in forwarding tlm petition of tho Ameri can oltUena of the Jewish faith as to the III treatment ol thutrro-rellglonltts In Hussln wna solely due to tho delay in furnlshlnir thu address to thu state department by tho petitioners. Tho statu department wnuhL.oi course, pay no heed to any statement puriKirtiug to emanate from tho Itusslau gcvurn innnt tiulona such atatomont was made officially in soino form or other to our government. " Tho state department lias been es pecially careful to act only In arcord nnco with all requirements of official propriety, hut within tho limits (litis laid down It will most certainly not hesitate to glvo expression to thu deep sympathy felt, not onlyby tho admin istration, but hyait'thittAmirlcari wc pie, fur the unfortunate Jews who had iieon the victims In tho recent appall ing massacres and outragus." In this connection it waa pointed out by another officii!, who disclaimed any purpom to sjwAk In lilsolllcisl capacity, that it seemed lomnwhut strange, to say tho least, that tho Itusslau govern incut should chooM this rtlcular method of making a statement to the American ntoplo nt the very time when, by methods which am certainly the loverso of friendly to tho United states, it sought to Induce China to break tho plighted faith of all the pow ers as to tho open door In Manchuria and has endeavored to bar our people from acoeaa to thu Mnnchurlan Irado. riHU&UALS DOOM. No Hope Now for Men lintombed In W Wjomlng Mine. Uanua, Wyo,, July 3, Flro haa added to tho horror of thu mining dia uster hero, nnd hope for rescuing tho '.Ml entoiulted minors haa been Abandoned. Tho startling atatement was made to iiluht by an experienced miner and fire lighter who penetratod thn mlno to thu Kith level that thu workings below thu 17th level nra n mass of llamos, nnd where n few hoflrs ago It waa believed the rerennrs wotitd reach tho liodlea of thn ontomlMMl miners not later than to morrow noon, It now appears tho vic tims will 1)0 burned, Tho efforts of thnso working liolow the surface, nro now confined to tho work of walling up thu untrles nnd slopo, and putting up flroporof bnrrlers which will prevent thu llamos from reaching tho 17th and other levels n"uvo. This Is taaen as on Indication that tho rescuers roallto the frnltlossness of further attempts to reach thaontoinbed miners below tho 17th level. Added to tho horrors of tho flro, which will doubtless destroy tho un derground working!, Is thu danger of anotlior explosion, which may occur at any tlmo. Tho situation Is decldodly gravo, and thn citizens are becoming alarmed for tho safety of thoao whu nro working tiolow tho surfaco, nnd also thoso uugngod in hauling away tho da brio from tho month of tho slope, If tho ontrlos in which th) flro Is burning can bo succeBsfully walled and tho fire confined to a few entries, thorn will bo llttlo to fear, hut thero Is grout danger of tho (lames breaking through Into tho ontrlos from which tho rescuors aro moving rocks and debris In an effort to roach the two scoro or moro bodies known to bo in No. 17 entry, Hero tho gas lias accumulated in such largo quantities that tho rescuers cannot re main long at a time. IIUNDIUIDS ARII DI1AI). Awful Uxploslon of I'lrs Damp In Wy omlng Aline, Hanna, Wyo., July 2. At 10i30 A. Ht tfc.lsstJ sail aits' til nail rtil ft t r Jt flftfllti In ! fail 4iws-.as ws mu """) mlno No. 1 ol tlio Unlnii I'adflo coal compHiiy iintifTml out thu HTeaoiiu 11 am luliirswl aafirim nt nit mm ntu! Btuisa, ssajsaa-'t w.-.-- w. w. ..,., . t'AttffiHl thu (It'RtriiolIuii.of a vnt otnotint o proptiny. J no iniiia wmhoi ujwi, mm a.tl.ul lii tlm auirlv riiinrin. Imt tlin IB BIV""S tfS IIIM ' s-jrwi'!) " explosion waa ton Illo, nnd completely snauoriHi inu limners 01 uiu rnnui suaiv and iiumerons entrances, tilled tho workings with duhrls, nnd tlioro ol tlio minora that wero not killed outright by thu explosion wero hurled illlvu. Tho uxploslon was heard fur many miles around, and attracted people from thn adjoining settlement. Hugo tlm hers nnd railroad Iron wero hurled from tho mouth of the shaft a distance of 200 and 300 feet. Huporlntomlcnt K. H, Ilrooks and a largo force of men wont to work with a will to romovo the debris from the abaft nnd reach tho entombed minors. Their progress into tho mine was block ed by the foul gases, and several times they weru forced to return to tho sur face. All day thu rescuing party worked, tho force Iwlng Increased from time to time by the nrrlval of ranchmen nnd others from near by settlements, nnd by IhoHt ol a relief train sunt out from Itnwllns, which arrived about S o'clock In tho nlturnoon. Alwtil 1 o'clock this afternoon four mun weio taken nut alive, and half an boor later they wero followed by 42 others. Many wore uncomclous and had to bo carried from thu worklnga. -omo wore injured, but nono fatally. Hnveral nro In a critical condition, but It la believed all will recover. Two hundred and eighty-two men wont down in tho mlno at 7 o'clock tills morning, nnd up until n lata hour tonight only 4B had been accounted for. Of thia number two nro dead. Ilorsea nnd scrapers wero put at work li.nll.i.. .It'ti .- I rum tho shaft. and cars wero pushed down tho Incliilu, loauou ami imuiixi uw up lumutijimn ....I .li...nl Tlm work li iirm-resallltf slowly, owing to thu narrow space in, which the rescuors nro compelled to operate, but by daylight" tho mlr.e should be opened sufficiently to permit of deep explorations nnd the rescue of tho dead bodies. Ijito tonight a party or rescuers l,iwl fnnr tmilf (Imt wuroallvu. and this ran red hojs to arise in tho breaeta of tho tlml workers and the anxious women nnd children galnerou aooui me shaft. It la n faint hopo, huwovor, for ........ in. .r.ul mlnn ImiMtiiniid mliinra aav 'that when the Imprisoned men are rencliwl all viu ie lounu uoau. duhio of tho mlnera that escaped say that they saw 20 dead IkxIIcs In entry 17. They leported that many of tho men wero ci axed by tho uxploslon and ran hllhiir and thither in thu mine. Many of tlieso could havo eacapod, hut they laid down, burled tholr facea In their hands mid gavo tin tho fight. iu tlm "an iluail nlxiut 175 wore mar rtixl and luavo iaruo families. Alout 100 wero Flnlanders. 60 wero colored and the remainder wero Americans. HID ADIUU TO KIUL. Americana Leave Herman Waters Amid Oreat lloomlng of Cannon. k'tnl. Inlv v. Tho United Htatvs niimtrnn Kuilfxl at 0 1. M. today frOIII Kiel, nil tho German ships saluting and tho Americans replying, i no nag ship Koarsargo, Tioggo nnd Pan Fran ..Urn will en ihrouuli to Cattngat, stop ping at Knllund Horg, Denmark, for two days. Tho .Mochibb win go uy way of Kiel canal to lliuuabuttol nndtboniM iu .inil..ivnim with tho otlier Ameri can ships off Hplthead. Tho squatdon will arrive nt l'ortiniouiu Juiy . Thu Hulutoa of tho luimrlal standard ,.-nrn flr.yl II tllO 1 lollOlllbl lOm SallOtl for Kokornfoido this morning a sworn pany tho emperor and empress tonight, after tho cruiser yacht taco. Tho em mrrtr ntnrind for Kckomfordo on board thu Moloor at 7 A. M. The empress was on tho Iduna, wiucn also siarieu for Kckorn fordo. Tho Ainorlcnn naval officers at tended sorloa of rocoptlona on board tlio Gorman warships this altornoon. China Sees Methods In Move. Tien Tsln, July 2. The local nowa- niMN rnminnnt on tllO nllouod slgnlfl- ..iim nt Mm uatlmrlna of tllO Alliurl can, Ilrltlsh and Japanosn fleets In tho northorn part of tho Gulf of Poclilll. It is assorted that no loss than 57 Hub slan warships of ono sort nnd another aro aasombled nt Port Arthur. Tho Tannnnart rUMHrvn ndlciirH who WOTO Oil leave in North Ubina are said to havo been called home. RAIN IN NEW YORK FLOODS MANV STKEETS TO A DEPTH OP FIVE FEET. I'amlllts are Held Prlionera-Lljlitnlng .Strikes Tammany Hall, Hut Does No Material Damage (Ircntcst Loss la Alons; the Water Profit Sewer Caves In With Pntal Results. New York, July 1. Now York nnd vicinity, as well as other pnrta of tho country, wero flooded today by a down pohr of rain, during which, in Hio course of a fow. hours, about half as much water fell as In thb prolonged period of wet weather last month, Tho ator;ui waa accompanied by thunder and lightning and Tamrnuny hall and tov eral other conspicuous spots wore struck by bolts but no damagu to sprak of done. Htreets in various sections of Greater Now York wore Inundated, and it Is ex tiected tho damage by water will bo very great. Tho Hood was most serious along tho shoro front, on Kouth ami Wot streets, In tho borough of Man httttan and in the Williamsburg section of llrooklyn, where much datnago was done by flood l'. years ago. For n good portion of tho day hero, the water In soino of the streets was four and flvu feet deep, and man- fam ilies wore held prlsonera In tholr homes. . Fifteen foot of a sowor which ia Lo ins constructed in Ilrookhii caved In and filled with mud and water. About '20 men wero at work In thn excava tion, hut all managed to escape excopt Peter Hoara, who, it la supposed, was caught In tho flood and was washed away in the sower. SECOND SPAKCH OEQUN. around Between Hsppncr and Lexington Will Be Covered. lleppnor, Or., July 1. Another body was to-lay added to tho number found. This was thn body of n woman dragged from tho mud and slime of.; a, deep puddle of water in front of tho ro'ldenco of William Dutton, two miles below town. Though badly de composed tlio corpse was identlflod aa that of Mra. Clarence Atidiows.a mem Uir of tho Ill-fated family cJ Goorgo Hwaggort. Kearchera were attracted to tho place by thu nolacmo odors and found tho iKxty partly uxporod. Ycalerday tho executlvo commltteo wdut ovor tlio ground between Hop pner and Ixixlngtoii, to notu the prog rota of tho work of search and docldo upon future plana. Tho result waa that all men wero called In and paid off, then three crows of ten picked men each wero (elected and rant back to go over tho searched territory n socond time. All rases of nred havo been relieved , temporarily, and Mrs. llrlttnn, who has had charge ol emergency work, leaves for her homo at The Dalles to morrow. Contributions continue to arrivo. Thoi-o which camo today amounted to 2,3 15.72. LAMP LIT MINQ QA5. Twenty-Pour Killed and Plfty Othera In Jurcd In Dxploston That Hollowed. Ilnrratocruu Gounuila, Mexico, July 1, Twenty-four minors wero killed and about fifty othora seriously wound od in nn oxploiton of gna Thursday night In Ijis Kaporanuta coal mines, tho proporty of tho Mexican Coal and Ooko company. Tho 'disaatur wua rsuHd by the ignition of gas by tho flamo from a defective lamp. Tho men wero on thu point of quit ting work for tho day. Probably 100 men wore In tho mlno at the time of tho explosion. After tho shock of the oxplosion thoso who wdro able to movo ruuahd to tho exits, but tho falling earth and debris carried many down to death. Fully fifty minora escaped with broken limbs nnd scorched flesh. At last roporta tlio bodies of twenty four dead men had beon brought to light. Othora may dlo as u roBiilt of thplr Injuries. Largo Creosote Works Hunted. , Mobile, Ala., July 1, -A tolephono Bpocial from Pascagoula today says that flro totally dostroyod tho West Pascn golua crooBOto works, entailing n loss ol probably $200,000. Tho works wore sajd to bo tho largest in the South. To flro was caused by a pieco of hot iron falling on tho oroosote. An explosion folio wod. No ono was in mod. i "-" n-" n i niHtllffam -).- fl-i jjijaiisima'jJi)- i.