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THE BEND BULLETIN.
.HICN3J, OltKUON', FIIIDAV, AUGUST 14. 1U03.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
'DATIIERED FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Comprchcrulvo Review of (lie Import
nnt llappcnlnga of tl I'aat Week,
PrcocntcJ In Condensed form! Moat
Likely to Prove Interfiling; to Our
A flro nt Fort Kcott, Knn., caiiimmI
lorn of 70,')0U.
Gorman fooln confident of Doiuo
emtio auccnaa In lUOt.
Htnlan trouiix havo wlilptxsl mul
ollmrwlw cruully trnatodatrlklnK labor
I.wIk, tlia colored I'oltoii), orcajx),
liAo lawn nttakmi at Auburn, uliot In
Tlm uroNH carnlnca ol tint Union I'm
olflc for thti at year nhow an lncrranu
Navy yard olUcorn infured to rut with
n colon! otllror, Imt vrra not backed
iii by tlio olllcial.
Hvattln HiIovph took n nafo from tho
Walihitton liotol and blow It ojkhi In
thu heart of tlm city.
I'llty Mliptnofl Iikvo hrwn mint to
jirlwin fur Ioiik term for participate
Ui In raid on town.
Gcnoral Mlloa ilealrn for national O.
A. K. honor li raualnK groat discord
and may dlirupt tlio organization.
l'onnlonur Commltilonor Wnrodonlon
that lut ha broken any ol tlio civil
Korvlrtj rnloe and court a an Inquiry.
Corra ban ImhmI 200 acre of land to
ltim-ln for UW yrara. Thin iloc not im
irovu tho Japantwj iltuatlon regarding
Ilul(arlana havo dynamited anotbar
town on tlm Turkish frontier. KIrIiI
battillons of Turks nro on tbnlr way to
m the rcrnn.
Now wheat Is bctflnnlng to arrlro In
Tlm now no no at first reiuiou to ac
cept tho tiara. ,
Admiral Cotton ontortalnod tho
rortiiKlH'so cablnot on board his IIbr
hip. Governor of Alka says Oregon
aliould liavo a share of tho Alntkiin
Lord Unrton has accoptml tho offer
ol India to oxtond his turm of olllco as
Chsrlni M. itehwab has realgnod as
liresldont of thu sIimiI trust and Is sue
cMtdod by W. K. Cony,
A bl( land withdrawal has boon
mudo In Idaho lo protect tho water sup.
ply ol Pocutello.
Tho fit. Paul city rounnll will pass
nn ordutanro to prohibit tho mo of flro
works on any occasion.
Unitarian contlnuo tholr doproda.
tlons upon Turkish property. Tho lait
act baa boon to burn two villages.
William Hamilton, who murdered
nnd annuulted a lU-yonr-nld girl In
Asotin county, Wnah., wan taken from
the Jail by a mob and hungc-d.
Hpaln facos eorloun lalwr troubles.
All danttor of further Howl in Knn
ms Is past.
Trouble Is foarod with miners nt
Jdaho fiprliiKi. Colo,
Cardinal Glubons Is reported to bo
mifiorlng from malaria.
Negro enlistments in tho United
titatoa navy aro to bo shut off,
Cardinal Rarto, patriarch of Vonlco,
urai oluctod popo on tlio noventh ballot.
Hlxtoen ptiraona were Injured in a
hoad-on collision uoar Hartford City,
Dry spoil in Australia causes mines
to closo and thoutauda face n dosporato
Spreading rails noar Portsmouth,
Ohio, wrecked a train. Twenty-live
persons weto Injured.
It Is elalmod that Gcnoral Mlloa will
seek national G. A. It. honors as n
Two nogrooa maltnod n crlpplod
youth at Ilartford, Ind., because lie
did not produce tho monoy they ox
poctod. A mob is in search of them.
UNI) t)l!AI), SI1VI1N HURT.
Wind 5torm at St. Loulu IJxpoiltlon
Orounda Damagta ISulldlnK.
fit, LoulaJAtlg. 7. Olio of tho heavi
est storms of tho year, but of brief dur
ation, sueiit over fit. Louii at 3 o'clock
today, being preceded by a wind that
In thu Moslem portion of tho city de
vetopod Into a miniature IwlnUir that
tore through thu World's Fair grounds,
killing one man, probably fatally In
Jurlng another, and severely Injuring
seven Others, besides caiihImk damago
to World's Fair buildings and other
property genera ly throughout thu city
to tho extent of 1 10,000. The greatest
fury of the storm was folt nt the
World's Fair grounds, whoru the casu
Tho day had been extremely warm,
tho lernperatoro registering IM degree
Muddenly tho sky began growing dark,
and within n comparatively short time
It became necessary to rcnort to arti
ficial light in the store.
Hoon after, tho storm broke with the
force of a gale. Pedontrlans hurried
for shelter, and tho wind swept through
tho streets, causing a little damage
hern and there by broken windows,
falling signs and shadn trees,
i At thu World's Fair grounds the
wind wept,' from the southeast to thu
northwest in a miniature tornado.
Tho agricultural building stood in its
path, and slx laborers working on
Hsfloldlng wore hurled to tho ground.
Nino sets of t rum's and timbers were
FOSTER TO HELP
WASHINGTON SENATOR APPR0VPS OP
LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR.
CANAL I'OUS QUIT.
lUpcnse of Defeating Panama
Pound to lie Too Great.
Washington, Aug. 7. Tho Pacific
railroads havo enmo to tho conclusion
that there is on further usu in attempt
Ing to prevent thu ratification of the
Panama Canal treaty hy Colombia, and
all tho lobbyists who havo been at
work In tho Houlh American Hopubllr,
with that in view, havo been ordered
Prom an authoritative sonrco It was
lea mini title morning that tho railroad
have MKMit nearly 1000.000 in their
efforts to defeat tho treaty, hut, learn
ing finally thnt it rooms to bo a ques
tion of paying morn than the $10,000,
000 which thu United Htates is to turn
over to those in control to defeat tho
project, tho railroads came to the con
clusion thnt It would Imi Ixttor nnd
choapor'to allow tho canal to bo con
structed and arrango some kind of a
communlty-of-lntoiest plan by which
tho roads Mould not suffer.
A railroad man familiar with the
mat lor said today "Thn railroads do
not believe that the canal can bo con
structed in less than flro years, which
will give them nil tho opjiortunlty they
deslru to prepare for comiHitttlon.
They lelievu this Is cheaper than to
pay Colombia's statesmen nnd lobby
ists, which Mould b anyway only n
tomnorary victory. I think vro can ar
rango a schodulo of rates with thn low
ers which will control thu canal."
CHINA'S IKU UXCITUD.
Secretary Root will ordor tho depart
ment of Justice to uoarch for fraud in
army contracts In which ox-Itoprosonta-tlva
Llttauer waa Interested.
The Rxecutlon of More of the Reformers
1'ekin, Aug. li. i no t-hlnoro gov
eminent has addnwed a note directly
to thu foreign ministers, requesting
thu extradition of thu editor and staff
of the fiupno, tho Chlnu reform organ
at Slhanghnl, who nro charged with se
ditious writing thus reinforcing the
ilumand of thn Slmnulml olllrora on the
consuls. The demandn say tno prison
ern nro wanted for execution. A trial
Is not mentioned, and It Is, thorofore.
Inferred that tlio authorities propose to
dispense with kucIi a formality.
Public opinion continues to lo in
tense on this affair, and all tho news
papers pnbllibod at tlio treaty ports
oxliort tho mlniatora to rofico the de
mands. Tho supporfora of tho dowager em
press havo adopted an apologetic tone
and tiBHort that tho severity of tho
whipping admlnistorod to fihen Chin,
thu reformer Journalist, who was oxo
cutod at Pokln on July 31, has lioen ox
avgornted and tie wns ttranglod boforo
ho had aufforod greatly. All aro forcod
to admit, however, tliat tho dowagor
empross ordorod Chun to bo beaten to
death becauso sho thought bohoadlng to
bo too mild a punishment.
Young to Succeed Miles.
Washington, Aug 8. Tho prosldont
has doslgnatod Lieutenant General
Young to command tho army from Aug
ust 8, tho dato of tho retirement of
Gonoral Miles, until AugUBt 16, whon
tho gunoial staff law goes into effoot
and tho oulco of tho commanding gen-
oral la dispensed with. Gonoral Young
thus bocomoa tho last commanding gen
eral and the first cblot of aUfl,
Thinks an Appropriation of $1,000,000
by Congrcas Not Too Much to Ask
f-or-AII Delegations from Coast
States Should Work to That find
Oregon Decerning Better Known.
Tacoma, Wash,, Aug. 6. Unltod
States Brnntor Addison G. Foster
pledged his supjiorl today to an appro
prlstion of 11.000,000 for the Lewis
and Clark exposition and strongly
urged the co-operation of Oregon and
Washington congressional delegations,
not only for tho purpose of securing
this appropriation, but also for aiding
river and harbor work and other North
westinterests. Henator Foster accepts it as a matter
of course that the roast representatives
will aid tho Orcogn delegation in secur
ing a big appropriation for tho Lewis
and Clark exposition. J!e regards the
exposition as nn enterprise of equal
Interest to both Washington and Ore
gon and of industrial value.
"Oregon has dono exceedingly woll
In behalf of tho Lewis and Clark fair."
said Henator Foster today. "I doubt
If there Is another city on tho Pacific
coast wl.ers over M00, 000 could 1
rained by private subscription. It Is
doubtful, too, whether any other coast
slate than Oregon would appropriate
1000,000 to encourage the exposition.
Mien enterprise la worthy of encourage
ment. "Tho exposition will be of great
value to tho eutlro Northwest and will
aid In tho development of thn whole
coast. Tho co-operation of neighbor
ing states should bo hearty and effect
ive. "I have net bad any opportunity of
discussing tno exposition with other
senators and I do not know bow n re
quest for it 1 1,000,000 annroprlation
would bo received. Wat it Is certain
the fair will not receUe this recog
nition unless Oregon asks for It.
"Tho federal government has boon
exceedingly liberal with St. Louis. It
romouibernd tho expositions at Atlanta,
New Orleans, Nashville, Chicago nnd
alaowhera in n generous mannor. It is
hard to understand how Portland's
efforts cnji fall to he encouraged. The
Lewis and Clark exposition has a his
toric value that i only secondary to
tho Louisiana Purchtuo exposition.
"Tho people of America now thor
oughly appreciate the value of the
'Oregon country' and tlio great value of
tho work that saved it to the United
fitato. It Is especially fitting that the
tOUth anniversary of tho arrival of the
intrenld explorers, Lewis and Clark,
should bo observed. "
PROTECTION TO VVATI2R SUPPLY.
Mount Warner Land Withdrawals Made
With an lije to the Puturc.
Washington, Aug. 6. At the ro-
quent of the bureau of forestry, tho
secretary of thu interior lias temporari
ly withdrawn from all entry a tract of
about t!,r00,000a(ros in tho Warner
mountain region of Southern Oregon,
Hh n view to determining Its Illness
for inroriorati u Into a permanent for
est reservation. Tills land adjoins a
large tract similarly withdrawn from
entry wiveral mouths ago.
Field representatives of the forestry
bureau who hnvu boon in Bouthorn Ore
gon during the early summer report
that thn timber stand on thoca lands is
itieb as to make tholr reservation desir
ablo, as n watershed Is formed that
promises to grow In importance with
tho development of irrlagtlon in East
None of tho lauds In tho withdrawal
aro said to bo valuable for agricultural
purposes, but nro of considerable im
portant on account of tholr timber,
and because of thu lulluence of a per
manent forest on the aUr nupply.
More detailed examinations of the
lands will bo mado during ths summer
and fall, with n view of determining
what portion of the withdrawal should
bo eventually Included In n reserve.
Tlits withdrawal Js considered as an
extension of tlio original Warner moun
tain withdrawal, which extenda south
ward into California,
Production of Petroleum.
Washington, Aug. 5. Tho United
State geological aurvoy gives out the fol
lowing Information aB a preliminary
statement of tho production of petrol,
eum lo 1003. Total production for tho
year 60,804,600 barrels, valued atMV
110,348, or 80 cents per barrel,
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a Business Manner and with due re
gard to the interests of our Cnstomers
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Plroproof Building 90x600
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Lumber, Wood, Coal,
Plour, May and Grain
Special Attention (liven to Wool. First
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