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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JIICND, OHJSGOST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1903.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
OATIinRnD FROM ALL PARTS OP THE
-Comprehensive Review of the Import-
. . . il .t A W .
ni Happenings 01 wio rail nni
I'rcatntcd In Condensed Form, Mont
Likely to Prove Interesting to Our
Lonl Hallsliiiry's condition In vory
A David Olty, Nub,, man linn mar
rlml his stopmotlutr.
Tlio jtorr nro cotnldorlnK stops to
ml thu uprising l .Mamlonla,
' I'lro In thn JUaumont, Toms, oil
Holds dostrojed 160,000 worth o( prop
Umwral Jclui O. Mock, of Illinois,
lias Ik'uii oloctod commander In clitul of
thu (I. A. it.
William V. Hulllvnn, n Missouri urn
ator, han Ixntn found ttuilty of Krultlnn
anil flrutl f 100.
I.ondnni)ra woio tuiioh surprised t
thu showing of Hlmtiirodk III. Tiny
exported hnr to liaro a walkover.
President Koonevolt will allow no
discrimination In lavor of union inun
by thn uovoriiiimnt, neither will ho op
ponu thum in any way.
A granite monuinont marking tho
Ito of tho birthplace of thu lalu Presi
dent Chester A. Arthur ha boon erect
e4jU l-'alrflold. Vermont.
The aultan of Deseon, Philippine Is
land, ha apologised for Insulting thu
Amorlcnn Hag, saying Ills craxy Kin
wat rconolblo for tho outrage.
Mayor Williams, of Portland, hi
askrd Hocrotary Moody to rand onn or
mora warvessole to tho rartland Imrlwr
durltiK tho carnival in Bopleinbpr.
Tho Marnliurg-Amsrlcan steamship
..-company will establish b lina on tho
j'at'lnc ocean. ' , .s
Thu kaiser of Germany will ask" tho
Telchstag to provldu for nn increase In
thu army of 30,000 men.
Massachusetts Doinocrati may mn
Oonoral M ilea for governor. It la said
ho will accept tho nomlnntlon.
Thn chamberlain of tho rxar of Hute
la baa arrived in this country to ar
range (or an exhibit at thu tit. Lou la
Pedro Alvarado, a Molxran, who, six
year ago wa a laborer in a roiuu at 30
coiita n day, Im Just died, worth f 83,
000,000. A light between Turkish troop and
rebola noar Mouaitlr resulted in tho
imltan'a followers being repulsed with
a loss of 210 man.
Tho Itollanca mutt glvo Shamrock
III 1 minute and 46 seconds itart on
tho 30 inllo race on account o' a largor
amount of CAIIVAM.
A cloudburit at Corro l'lolro, Alia.,
wrecked tho itamp mill of thn principal
gold inlno at that pinto and washed
away $40,000 worth of (re.
A heavy thunder storm in the Han
Hornsrdluo valley, Cat., destroyed
many fruit and tfiade treoi. Lightning
struck n number of houses.
Tho TranitMliliudppi congroaji li in
session in Seattle.
Turauy ha called for 62,000 men for
eo'vlcu in Macedonia,
Popo Plus lioa uiven (20,000 to bo
distributed among tho poor of Homo.
Thu two Kbhmh Oitlea are again
suffering from thu effect of high water.
Tho 37th national onrnmpmont of
tho U. A. It. Is in trusalon nt Bun l'rnn
lly thu collapso of thn uppnr dock of
n Finish stoiuner 40 peoplo worn
Tho Hussion Hoot has sailed forTurk.
oy to unforru thu domnnd that slaying
of consul bo avenged,
Olilnn Iiuh agrood with the United
Mates to open two' ports, thus main
talnlng the opea door policy.
Itootovolt wants Hoot to help him
dofost hi Now York enomlea and will
cailoreo him for nroaldont in 1008.
A woalthy Davenport, la,, woman
was klduapod and hold for tR0,000
ransom, but gave hor captors the slip
Vesuvius contlnuos nctlvo and Is
sending smoke and (lnmo to a height of
4,000 tout. Lava Is flowing toward Ot
tnjanio and Pompeii.
WIND TOO LU1IIT.
first Yacht Race Unfinished In Time
Limit With Reliance Ahead.
Now York, Auk. 21. Ono of the
largest crowds uf sightseer and yachts
men that uvoi nailed down to Handy
Hook to witness an attempt of a for
nlgn o'iphuntor to wrest from America
tho yachting supremacy of tho world
returned to New Ycrk last night dlssp
pointed because tho aoa had refused a
field of combat to thn racers. Never
tholes, tho crowd wa jubilant in tho
conviction that Kir Thomas Upton's
latest challenger, liko tho two Wham
rocks which had prncraJod hor, Was
doomed to return to Kngland empty
Of courso tho raco yesterday was not
conrlunlvu, owing to thu light and
shifting character of thn air, but In a
lnmllo leat to windward, a portion of
which was milled In a driving rain, thu
cup dofundor Hollanro showed hor heels
to thu Hlmmrork III in commanding
stylo, and that, too, in wenthor ran
dltlons which were siippo! to Iw to
thn pirtlcular liking of thn challenger.
Thu Hhammrk did not turn tho
outer mark, and them Is therefore, no
way of knowing absolutely how badly
shn was beaten, but It was estimated
that hn was mora than a mile antetn,
or about 10 minutes, In tho existing
strength of tho wind, whon thu Hell
As a ronlt of tho trial tho experts
bollovo, blow high or blow low, thn
Itulianco will win this, thu 13th, series
for thn America's cup.
Tho day wa a miserable ono. A
mist lay over thn city and bay in thn
mornlnir, and when tho stcat fleet of
excursion steamers, steam yachts, tiu
and sailing voxels reached thu starting
lino, wl(oro tho racer were already
Jockeying for a polllon, threatening
clouds wore gathering ovor the Jersey
highlands. Thn breezn waa not over
six knots. Thn courso was rot IS
miles fouthonst, straight down the
Jersey coast, and nturn.
TUHKI3Y OtVUS IN.
Announces That' rivery Demand of Nu.
ala Will II Met.
Constantinople, Aug. 22. Towflk
Paiha, the Turklxh foreign minister,
yo'tnrday visited tho Husslan ombasa.
dor and nntlflod him that too Turkish
government accepted ail the ItiiHslan
demands and lx-st'ed Hint tho Itulan
sluailron Ira withdrawn from Turkish
The Itii'slan ripiadron arrived off
Inlada, on the eastorn itMist of Kuro
pean Turkey, yesteaday afternoon.
Tho now of tho Impending arrival of
the squadron hero it spreading not
withstanding tho continued suppres
sion of all telegrams and announce
ments on tho subject. Tho soneral
opinion of-thn Europeans here Is that
the time has arrived for a vigorous ln
terventlon and tho abandonment of all
oml-moasuro. which arn recanted as
the cause of the present rising
According to the Turkish pfflcUl ro
ports the strongest positions of thn in
surgents aro at Kruievo, Merlhoro
and Fiorina, Contrary to previous to
ports, It is now stated officially that
Kreihovo Is still occupied by the Inaur
gents, Tho headquarters o( tho revolution
ists aro n tho Porlstorl mnuntalns, in
tho vlrVnity of Monasltr. Women and
nhlldron aro not molested by thn insnr
gents, who havo destroyed only fortl
ilod dwellings occupied by rich Turks.
JAPAN STILL rKHPARCS TOR WAR.
Russia's Action In Corea Causea DKIcr
ent Regiments to (lather.
Victoria, R. O , Aug. SS.Jnnanero
papers received by tho steamer Indro
velll from Yoknhamn, to Auitust , dis
cuss tho alleged imminence of war'nnd
tell of continued military preparations.
Thn Japan Advo.rMsorjw.VA thn J pan
eso govornmont Is artivoly preparing
for war, whether war comes or not.
Thn mon of tho different roglmonts aro
taking leave, of their famlllos and
frlonds, and Formosa Is being filled
Tho Japaneso pspor quotos a long in
tervlow with W. II. Krnmm, an Amer
ican mining export from Manohurlo,
who, In hriof, said his observations in
Manchuria showed him clearly that
Russia Intended to keop Manchuria,
and waa preparod to fight for tho terri
tory. Hattleshlp Missouri Is Launched,
flaltlmoro, Aug. 22. Tho MIsbouiI,
a sister ship of tho Maine, built by tho
National Mercantile Marine company,
was ouccesjsfully launohod today.
TEN THOUSAND VETERANS IN THE
LINE OP MARCH.
Many Know It Is Their Lsit Tramp and
StruggU Itravcly to Keep Up-Chccrs
on livery Slde-Survlrors of Many
Famous Regiments and Men From
Nearly livery 5UU March.
Pan Francisco, Aug. 21, Ten thous
and survivors of thu civil war pissed In
review today, inarching to tho martial
tunes that Inspired them to endeavor
40 years Ago. Abovo the National col
or, bcrno by evory marcher, proudly
Heated, torn and tattered hattlo flags.
These, with empty sleeves and limping
gait, wore eloquent reminders of tho
sorrow and glory of war.
Unlike thu parade of yesterday, with
thn quick marching time of youth, to
day's procession was tho steady and
measured tread of ago. At tho differ
ent divisions passed along, wares of
sentiment passed ovor marchors and
spectator. Thoro are many still vigor
ous in line, but they waited for tholr
weaker comrades and thu column halted
often on Its two-mllo con r so.
"it's my last march." said many a
irrlztled veteran as he started out.
"It is now or never, and I am going to
try." Ono bent old man, 70 years of
ago, with the Wisconsin delegation,
could not be dlrsuadod. ills gait grew
slower from block to block, and ho
would havo fallon had ho not been
held up by two of Id companion.
Two civilians stepped from tho spectat
ors and ted him out of the line.
In the long lino woro men from evry
corner of the nstlon. Veterans who
perhapi had enlisted In Maine, or in
somo other far-away state, woro tho
badges ol wostern commonwealths,
showing tho growth of tho nation they
fought tc keep intact. Of all tho
states, California excepted, thu one
that had tho lari(0ft number In line
was Illinois, but lows was a close sec
Almost evory delegation had an em
blem. Ohio its buckeye, Connecticut
Its wooden nutmeg Minnesota its loaf
of bread, and so on Indefinitely.
Iboro was something distinctive to
each group. Tho men from Vermont,
"tho Green Mountain Btato," boro n
lino of seven green banners, each con
taining a letter, tho whole spdllng tho
namn of tho stato.
Near the hoad of thn pnvesslon lode
n veteran on a bicycle. Whenever thn
marchers haltod he moved around like
an export and kept pedaling away with
tho samo case of a boy, until tho linn
morotl on again. A gray-headed
bugler sounded the calls for the Ohio
delegation, and every time ho blew a
blast tho crowd cheered.
Oeneral Summer la Chief.
Pan Francisco, Aug. 21. Tho veter
ans of tho Spanish-American war and
tho Philippine insurrection held a
largely attended roil id n and camp-Qro
tonight at their armory on Kills street.
Previous to the arrival ol their gueris,
tho election of officers was held, with
the following remit:
Commander in chlof, General Owen
Bummers, of Orogon-, sonlor vlco com-'
mander, Major P. T. PImo.n, of Call-!
fornla; Junior vlco commander, Colouol
J. L. McCllntock, of Aihona: Judge
advocate genoral, General Wilder P. '
Metcalf, of Kansas; surgeon ponoral,
Major Klmer 8. Hrown.of Washington;'
chaplain general, Itov. Joseph S, Wool
ley, of Itboilo Island; officer of tho day, .
Lieutenant Hnrtmau, of Idaho. .
LOW RATnS ARQ ORANTHD.
Rattroada Do the Msndome Thing for
Portland's Ulg Fall Cojnlval.
Vory low rates havo been granted
by tho railroads for Portland's big fall i
carnival, Supbtornbor 14 to 20 Inclus
ive, ami many from this section will l
tako ndvnnU'O of this opportunity to
visit Portland. Ton thousand dollars
Is tho sum being oxponded by tho
Multnomah Amatour Athlotln Club,
under whoso auspices It is given, and
the best attractions ovor brought to thn
coait will bo boou. Evory day will bo
a spocial day, and this In itself is an
innovation in tho way of a carnival.
Root Oil tor Gngland.
Washington, Aug. 21. Secretary
Root loft bore for Now York today and
will sail for Kuropo to tako Ills neat as
chairman of tho AlaBkan boundary
commission, whloh meets in London
Boptnmbor 3, Until tho first of 6ep
tomlmr tho war department will be
umior tho direction of Colonel Panuer,
the assistant secretary, at which time
General Olltver will succeed him.
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