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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JJIflND, OKKGON, FKIDAY, JULY 21, 100a.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Comprekerulrs HevJtw of the Import
ant Itsppealnga at the I'wt Welc,
Presented In CondUnscd Form, Most
l.iuiy to rvv Intmsttog to 0r
Alfred A. Knnpii, woman stranglor,
hat been found guilty of murder.
Tweliro' Chinese won killed In mi ox
ploilon In a Nanaimo, II. 0., inlno.
Treaty ports of Manchuria will Iw
oM)iied by China thongh llustlan con
Chicago (trlkera threaten to ahut ofl
tho city's light unless their demands
Colonel Morris B. Belknap has oon
nominated for governor of Kentucky by
Tho caiman fishermen on tho Fraeer
rlvorliavn given up their fight, ami
will accept tho terms of tho caunera.
It It aalri that should I'ostmaator
General Payne resign H. II. Kohlsast,
of Chicago, will be named uS hit suc
cessor. Great Britain has aked tho United
Htatos for an oxplanallon regarding tho
annexation of tho Islands off tho count
.Many Indian war relerans. whoso
clalmi havo been turnod down, will re
ceive pension under lullng qf Interior
The aggregate gross earnings of the
Great Northern, Northern Paclflo and
Burlington for tho st year will total
. .i.t. Unit Mmmliuloner of
n..i.i..ntn.. !. IiwIim1 ft. 000 acre of
land In tho Hpokano land dlitrlct. Tho'
election waa made In the southeastern
part of Adatna county. t
Archbishop" Kratr,of Wisconsin", it
JpHntalan encroachmenta on China
bring tho crisis nearer.
HcrooUry Hoot aaya atmy officers
muat not anslgn tholr pay.
The Jowlsh petition ! now In tho
handa of l'retldent Itooaovelt.
ecretaryJltoot will resign next fall
and Oliver la alated to succeod him.
u A monumeut la to bo erected atl'rov
Incetown, Maia., where tho Mayllowor
landod In 1020.
According to tho latest advices Gaa
tro now lis tho upper hand In tho Ven
Tho baltleahlp Koaraarge la to mako
a record trip acroaa tho Atalntle to
aliow whut can bo dono.
Nearly 1,000 coahnlnera nt Ardona,
Ohio, havo gono n a atrlko because of
dimctiltloa with forelgnera In tho mines
It la aald that Cloveland will declare
himself a candidate for tho prealdontlal
nomination at banquot In Chicago in
Condnctora ami brakemon on the
llllnola Central havo boon granted an
Increase In wagon that will add over
1200,000 to tho annual payroll.
A colllilon between paseongqr and
freight tralna on tho Great Weitron,
near Bavannah, Mo., resulted In tho
death ol ono poraon and tho Injury of
Colonel It. B. Oliver, of Albany, N.
Y., hM been appointed to succeed Ban
ger as assistant aocreUry of war.
A acoro or mora of Christian En
leavorefa were Injured by wind wreck.
ing WIO UIg mumuiivM - -....-..
Associate Justice flrower, of Wiacon
in, aaya every man who participate
In lynching or burning of negroea la a
The Dublin council has voted not to
prcsont tho king with an address of
welcome on tho occaalon of hla vlilt
British firms In tho Philippines say
tho now law allowing no iroignora un
der contract admitted will drive thorn
out of business, '
Tho naturalisation of 30 Hessians
and Hullumi has been net osldo by ft
Now York Judge as fraudulent, Bevor
al hundred nioro will bo doclarod void.
' Throo inon woro killed, two sorlous
ly Injured and throo buildings des
troyed -by an explosion at tho Laflln
powdor works, Latlln, Pa.
JewUh I'ctltlon Will Kecelve No Con-
Washington, July 1B.U was
learned tonight that tho stnto tlopBrt
itont has rooolvod n reply from Itussla
stating that It neither would receive
nor consider tho matter of tho Jewish
(million on tliu subject of tho Klslilnof
incident. Tho information was re
ceived by rnblugiam from Mr. Itlddle,
tlm American charge at Kt. I'elnralmrg,
who wna given the dllllciilt tank of in
quiring of the Ktiralan government its
to Its attitudo with respect to the pe
tition of tho Jews.
It Is believed Hint this will end the
matter, and that no further Hleps will
Imj taken by this government to bring
tho vlewa of tho potltlonora to tho at-
Uintlnu of Itussla, although n yet no
consideration haa been given by tho
president to tna course to io pursucu,
In tho lluht of ituasla's response to our
i'lie reply tuat Kiissia wo'iiu mavo
to all fiiggetlonaon tho subject of tho
ITI.Iilniil makurrA VMi ulvoil 111 an
authorised statement In which the pub-
llo was iloQnltely lnlormei mat husiia
regarded tho affair as an Internal mat
tor in whlrh (ho. In the exercise of her
own sovereignty, would refuse to re
ceive from any oilier government or
CONTINUliS 10 SINK.
Another Operation Considered Necessary
on I'ope Leo.
Homo, July 17. Tho pope's condi
tion thlajrnornlng in less MtUfsctory
than yoiterday morning, and ho suf
fered from much uneasiness and difll-
culty In breathing until relieved to
some extent by an Injection ol canoine.
Tho now crisis in tho pope'a con
dition presented Itwilf yesterday,
when tho doctors wo a confronted
on tho one hand with tho apparently
imnoratlvo necenally of an operation,
and on tho other with tho feeling that
such an operation might prove fatal.
Thla dilemma waa canvassed by Dr
Lappont and Dr. Matsonl throughout
tho day. At their earlier conference
there was aowe prospects that the oper
ation might not cccur, and the doctora
left tho ebkroomi. without arriving at
any deflnlto dotermlnatlon as to when
It would ruko place. Thoy exprcstod
tho belief, however, that a delay until
today would servo a useful purpoio in
permitting a largor extraction ol serum
in case the oporatlon was undertaken.
ainuoNS Miainr iiavu won.
MEETINa OP RUSSIAN OFFICIALS AT
PORT ARTHUR OVER.
rjxullatlon Over Increasing Power In
Mancharla the Dominant Note In the
Uathcrltig-I'osslbllity ft Taking Any
Bsckward Step fcolfed at-More
Troops are Being Sent In.
Port Arthur, Manchuria, July 17.
Tho confrrsneo of prominent Kuselan
odlclals has. onded. ' hxulUtion over
Hussla'a Increasing ;power In Alan
churla was tho doiaitisnt nolo in tho
gathering. Tho possibility of taking
Hiiy backward stop ! atoned at II men
tioned by outsiders.' It wasadmlttel
that the war possibility was discussed,
hut It was denied that waa tho object of
Kvldonces of warlike preparations
since tho arrival of General Kuropat
kin, the minister of war, and of the In
tention to bring more troops to Man
churls aro abundant. Orders wero
given to Port Arthur contractors last
week, for an lmmoolato supply of build
ing rnaterlala for building barracks to
accommodate 20,000 soldlera to be
thinned to Harbin.
The officials explained that Hussla's
opposition to opening disncnurian
towns to forelsners was not based upon
opposition to foreigners, whoso trade la
desired and who would in due time be
Invited Into tho country. ISut itussla
objected, they explained, to having
consuls accredited to the Chlnetm gov
ernment In towns which aro practically
under Hutslau control, which would
glvo the subjects of countries so repre
sented enlorniont of extra rights.
They asserted that such arrangements
would be certain to result in greai mo
tion, such as occurred in Niu Chwang
Death ol Prtsnds Spoiled Chances, Dut
lie la Powerful.
Parla, July 17. A dispatch from
Rome Is published here, giving an In-,
tervlow with a monslgnora who Is
friend of tho United Htates. Ho said
that if a number of caniinals favorable
to Cardinal Gibbons had not died late
ly, tho Amor lean cardinal would have
had a good chance of being elected,
Ho will havo a great Influonco at- tho
conclave, an I thu authority which Car
dinal Gibbons will exerciso probably
will pare the way to a more Just repre
sentation of tho Unitod States in tho
sacred college, which wilt boar fruit at
tho next oouolave. American Ideas
will play n loading part from tho very
beginning at thu coming conclave, and
It 1m suro Mint theso Ideas will havo a
most ponorlul lulluenco in the futuro
destiny of tho Church otHomu.
CUUA RATIPIBS TREATIES.
Senate Approves All Hut the Platt
Havann, July 18, Tho senate has
ratified all tho treaties with tho United
States oxcopt tho Platt amendment
treaty. Tho sonato ratified tho treaty
signed February 10 granting the United
Stales sites at Guantnnamo and llahU
Honda for naval and coaling stations!
the agreement leasing tho sltos for raid
stations, which was signed July 2, and
also tho treaty conceding to Cuba sov
ereignty over, tho Isle of Pines,
Tho only treaty remaining unratified
la tho so-called permanent treaty cov
ering all tho provisions of tho Platt
Amendment. Tiio fact of rsocurlng the
naval stations completes all that the
United 8tatcn haa boon deslioua of ob
taining. Tho Islo of Pines treaty and
tho pormanont treaty woro both carried
out of tho inltiatlvo ot Cuba.
Trial ot Submarine Boats.
Washington, July 18. Beoretary
Moody lutonils that oxhaustlvo experi
ments shall bo tnado with nil tho eub
innrlno boats that tho government linn
on its hands, as soon as tho summor
nmiumvora are ovor. If not found sat
isfactory, ho will rocommond to con
gress that no moro monoy bo appropri
ated for thla class of craft.
ONLY A FEW ISLANDS.
DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND
But fncU Sam'a ActWtlon Arouses
London, July i7. According to the
Press Association, a curious rumor waa
rnrrtnL In the lobbv of the llOtlM Of
commons tonight to tho effect that eomo
Unitod States warships had selied about
20 small islands ofl the coast of Borneo,
which, it Is understood, belong to Great
Britain, and planted the American flag
on them. It Is probable that a ques
tion on the subject will be asked in the
Washington, July 17. Tho reported
alsureof islands off tho coast of Borneo
by American warships apparently was
as great a surprise to administration
officials in Washington as it waa to
members of parliament in London. No
information that aucb a atop waa con
templated haa come from the admiral
commanding tho American fleet In
Philippine waters, and no oxploltatlon
along tho lluoa Indicated has been di
rocted by tho ofuclala hero so far as
could bo ascertained tonight.
A very plausible explanation of the
reported occurrence la that the com
msniHnir nllleer in tho l'hllinnlneo aim-
nlv linil Mtit rno or moro of hla Tesiola
and hoisted the dag of tho United
Stntos over some islands near tho const
ol Bofnexr which wero purchased by th
United States from 8jaln subsequent
to tho treaty ol Paris, and that tho sov
ereignty of tna United States has been
proclaimed formally. Tneio wero the
rVtravcn Knlii piniin. rfimnrlalm; ono
large and 14 stnallor islands and tho
largor Island of I'alawan.
o a in? '-rmnrr
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Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Ladies' and
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MAY LINOER FOX DAYS.
Pneumonia la Oono an4 Chief Danger to
Home, July 16. The pope'a rpndl.
tlou shows practically no chango since
yosterday. Tho doctors con tlnuo to feel
tnat the patient's condition Is extreme
ly dangoroas, but they say he msy still
linger for days. They repeat that all
of tho ordinary calculations aro quite
iikoly to fall In tho present extraordin
ary case. Bpoaklng of tho specific con
dltlons, tho doctora bay thaMhoy think
tVo pneumonia has practically dieap
poarod, International Bxchange Opposed.
Berlin, July 17.The Unltovl States
international exchange commission
arrival hero yesterday from Tho Ilauuo
and was received today by tho under
socretary foi foreign affairs, l)r. von
Muohllwrg. The German newspapers
havo hitherto manifested vory little In
torost In tho commission. All tho ex
prosfllons on tho subject Indlcato tho
bollof.that tho American pro.osltlons
Lumber, Wood, Coal,
Flour, frioy and Grain
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