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THE BEND BULLETIN
JJJCNl), OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMIIEIt 11, 1903.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
nATIIGKRD FROM ALL PARTS OP Till!
'Comprehensive Hevlew of the Import
ant Happening ot tlio l'nt Week.
Presented In Condensed I'orm, Most
Libel to Prove Interesting to Our
A Hontli Csrollns train wont tlirmiKu
a IMIko, killlnu six nml Injuring 47.
Kotihtor Hsnim list utmost rocovftrnd
from hla illness anil la aula to Ito out.
At tin) Fort Hlly, Kn.,J'n"vciB
of tlio nrmy, 1 1,001) mon will jmrtlcl
Tlio Alaskan boundary comtnlsslonors
liavo huh! tliulr first ir.iHjtlnu and
An effort to launch tlio I.anloy air
ship men with fnlluro owIdk to a
Marmloulan rotwta liavo IrsiimI a pro
clamatlon, In which tiny assort oonfl
ilotiro of Klnlnu tholr lllwrty.
Chicago bsblos nrn naliljto acrjulro a
talo for liquor through tnllk rfom rows
fod on corn inmh liom rilstlllerlps.
I'roililont ItooMT)lt ha reculvod
hundnxl of tolr)trama congratulating
hltn on hla narrow ttscapo from asssssl
nation. Hevon prlsonora In tlio Htattla city
Jail icxl. Ono, Imlng unalilu to
obtain inonay for hla breakfast, ro
Ilubols in Caytot, Philippine IMamli.
are again ahowlng alum of activity and
troopa liavo boon sent to tlio scone from
Portland hold up men robbftd a man
under an oloctrlc light In tlio vary
heart ol tlio cltr few uvonlngi ago
wlillo thoro wero many pwplo within n
Tlio arbitrators In tbo Venezuelan
clalina caso I In session. .
Kurvnyor Gsnoral Kglwon,of Idaho,
I, to bo removed from'olIUo.
Tlio commandant of tlio Puget aound
navy yard asks, for approprlationa of
Tho Columbia river bar thowa much
Improvomont. Tlwro la nearly a foot
mora watnr now than tlili tlmo last
A now dlsoaso almilar to bubonic
pluguo baa broken out In Cuba and li
puttllng doctori who aro unable to do
anything vrlth it.
Tbo third attempt to rail tho third
raco'o( tbo present aorloa waa a failure
on acount of lack of wind. Tho boat
did not even atart.
A Japanese gunboat would not allow
tho American ateamer Htanley Dollar
to land at a Corean port. Hlie was
under charter by a Russian llrm to load
A war lion between rival ateamor
inea from Portland to Tho Dalles.
The passenger rate hai boon loworod to
26 cunta and freight ia carried for ono
dollar a ton.
Tho negro euflrsgo association, of
lloiton, declares Hooker T. Washington
la not n lit leader for tho rnco and hai
4inkod Hooauvutt not to tako hla counsel
if ho would hold tho colored voto.
KxMayor Amoa, of Minneapolis, Imi
been refused n new trial.
Tho present summor is tho coldest
ever experienced in Now York.
All toamstora in Reattlo are on a
strike and otlior unions threaten to
Philadelphia and Baltimore havo
combined in an effort to hold the ox
Porn will prohibit the Immigration
q momDera of the religious orders ex
polled from Franco.
Colombia Is facing a sorloua uprising
of her subjects. Tho rojoctlon of tho
Panama canal treaty la glvon as tho
Rueso-Jnpanoso negotiations aro mak
ing hoadwuy and thorn Is no doubt that
thoy will soon bo brought to a istlsfact
Tho wind was again too light for a
iaco Monday, but tho ltnllanco was
farther uhoad of Bhamrock than in any
Tho appointment of M. Wltto by the
war to bo proaldont of tho council ol
ministers is rogardod by manys as a
victory for the war party.
OLD CUI' IS SAW.
Hellance Wins Last Knee of Series Prom
Now York, Hopt. 4. Tlio Ili-llanro,
tho American cup defender, yesterday
won the third rnd final race and tlio
mirlos for that fnmou sva trophy, tho
America's cup. In a denso fog, which
prevented vision beyond 200 yards, she
finished tho race at 6;30:0: amid tho
acclamations of tho aaaumblod fleet.
Tho Hhamrock III, alter tunning for
more than an hour in tlio fog, missed
tho finishing lino, passed by it, and
relumed to It from tho opposlto diroc
tlon. As thu Hollsnco was then being
towed tlirough tho flcot, the yacht's
ensign fluttering from her truck and
spreadera In celebration of her victory,
tho Hhamrock HI did not cross tho
As often said of tho hlatorlo race,
when America won tho cup (hero was
no second. Tills result was achieved
only after four futile attempts to sail
off tho final race, and after tbo outcome
had been admitted by oven Hlr Thomas
Llpton to Iw a foregone conclusion.
Yeatorday's waa tho eighth attempt
(o Mil a race. After one (hike, tho
Itollanco won tho two following races,
ono by sovon minutes and tbreo pec
onds, and the other by one minute and
ID seconds. A week ago the first at
tempt to sail (he third race failed, and
attempts kavo been made uvery day
this eok. On these occasions the He
I Unco led the Hhamrock to the flniah
line by two miles, but failed to reach
It before the expiration of tho time
limit of Ave and a half hours.
Yesterday's victory moans that the
cup is dostlnod to remain in America
until England la able to produce a gen
ius txjual to IlorioihofI in yachtdeslgn
Itarely, If ever, hat there boon a
mora spectacular finish than tho Hell
nnce'a yeatorday. After racing for
morn than an hour at terrific speed
through a blinding fog, tho Itel lance
burst through tho wall of mist upon tbo
vision of the spectators on tho Hoot
asaomblcd at tho finish lino and reel
ing under a bellying balloon Jib top
sail, with her leo rail awash, Hew
aero the flniah lino fully thrco miles
ahead of the Hhamrock. almost before
the spectators could detormlnu for a
curtalnlty that it was her. Once more
tho Yankee boat had added to tho lone
string of victories In contests for the
honored old silver trophy that carried
with it tho blue ribbon of tho sea.
LIFE IS IN DANGER
KILL AT WILL.
Turks Stop at Nothing In Macedonia
ConauU Pear for Llvea.
London, Sept. 6. The Daily Mall's
corroipondont wires from Monaatir,
under dato of August 31, telling of an
ineffectual attempt ho made to pene
trate tho Albanian cordon and reach
Armensko. Ho was threatened with
ilrnth and compelled to return undor
Kiiard. Ho gives numerous instances
of Turkish brutality and treaohory,
Tho vlllagora of Armensko wero mnasa
cred beforo n slnglo Insurgent vlaltod
tlio place. Tho Inhabitants of tho vil
lage of Nevolkas, near Fiorina, wore
butchered while on their way t. Fior
ina undor guard, aftor having surren
dered on a guarantoo of Immunity.
At Fiorina, continues tho correspon
dent, the Christians aro in a state of
abject foar, and aro handicapped by a
bigoted Greek metropolitan, who ord
ers thorn to stay in tlio vlllagu and not
to (loo, with tlio result that tho savage
soldlors murdor them by scores. Tho
European residents, cf Monnstir, Includ
ing tiie consuls, aro In a statu of groat
anxiety. Many, including tho Italian
consul, havo rocontly boon ItiBultod by
Onoratlons com mon cod last Thursday
on an organized ecalo against tho insur
gents, and bodies of troops nro operat
ing In nil directions, nut no details
havo jot boou rocoived,
Will Carry Exhibits Prce.
Pan Franolsro, fiopt. 6. Tho Bouth
ern Puolflo and Wulla-Faro oxpress in
nounco that thoy will carry frou to
Ogden all exhibits to 1m shown In con
nection with tho national Irrigation
congress Tho Houthorn Paclflo today
eont out notices to all county boards of
trado in tho statu in regard to Its offer
of froo transportation of oxhiblts.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS SAVED BY
SECRET SERVICE MON.
Dsmentcd Man Appears at Chief Execu
tive's Ncaldcnce Three Tlmca During
Night Was Arreated and Pound to
Have Loaded Revolver Incident
Sbowa Wisdom of Guarding President
Oyster Hay, L. I,, Eopt. 4. Henry
Wellbronnor was arrostod at Bagamoro
Hill last night while making a persist
ent demand to seo Presldeut Itooee
velt. Tho man was armed with a re
volver, fully loaded. Ho was taken to
tho vlllago and placod in tho town prison.
Hhortlv a'ter 10 o'clock last night
Wellbrcnner drove to Bagamoro Hill
In a pbsoton. Ho was stopped by tho
recret service mon on duty Woil
brenner said ho had a rcrsonal engage
ment with tho proaldont, and desired
to see him. A i it was long after tho
hour when visitors are received, tho
officer declined to promlt Mm to go to
the houce. The man insisted, but the
ofllrer turned him away.
Hoon afterward Weilhrenner re
turned, and again Insisted that he bo
allowed to see the proaldont, if only for
a minute. This tlmo he was ordered
away and warned not to return.
Just beforo 11 o'clock tho man ro
turned a third timo and demanded of
tho officer that he be permitted to see
the president at onco. Tho officers
promptly seised him and drew him
out o the vehlclo ovor the front wheel.
The scuttle attracted the president's at
tention. He appeared atthedooi over
looking the driveway from tho veranda
as Wellbrcnner was being taken Into
tho stables, but returend to the library
almost Immdelately. After the man
had boon turned back tho tecond tlmo.
despite his insistent that 'he had an
engagement with tne president, the
officer, to make assurance doubly sure,
inquired of tho president about the fel
low. Mr. I.oorevoltwaiin his library,
only a short distance from tbo spot
wliero tlio officer had stopped Well
bronner's horse. Ho told tho officer he
had no engsgement with anybody.
Later Weilhrenner was brought to
the vlllago and locked up. Ho Is five
feet five inches high, "8 years of ase,
has modlumeited dark mustache, black
eyes, and evidently Is of German de
scent. He resides at Syosest, about
five miles inland from Oyster Day.
Ho was well dressed In a suit of dark
matorlal, and woro an old-fashioned
It is thought by the officers that
Wollbrenner was accompanied by two
other mon, as tholr footprints wero
found in the mud alongaldo of the bug
gy tracks. In view of this fact, the
officer on dnty telophonod to tho village
for asalatanco, and was scon Joined by
two otlior secret service officers.
Wellbronnor was arraigned today be
foro Justice Franklin on complaint of
tho secret service operatives who placod
him under airest
Justlco Franklin after the examina
tion concluded ho would hold Weil
brounvr until an inqalry of lunacy could
bo hold upon his cato.
STllAMim IILOWN UP.
Bulgarian Are Said to Have Wrecked
Constantinople, Hept. 4. Threo ex
plosions occurred today on tho Austrian
etoamor Vaskapu, soon after leaving
tho Bulgarian port of Hrugas, on route
to Constantinople, and 20 persons per
Ished. The boat caught flru and had to
bo beached. It Is generally believed
Bulgarian revolutionists wero respon
sible (or tbo oxploslon. A teiogram
convoying this nows was rocoived by
tbo agent here of tlio Hungarian Lev
ant lino, to which tho Vaakapu belong
ed. Tho teiogram said tlio Vaskapu
has boon destroyed In tho Black rea,
Tho captain and officers of tho stoamor
and six of her crow wroo killed, a total
of 20 livos being loet.
Porto Warns the Powers.
Constantinople, Sopt. 4. Tlio Porto
has sent n notn to the fnrelan nmlinaatnu
and legations Infoiinlng thorn that ac
cording to rollco information tho Bui
garlan agitators aro projecting outrages
Banlnst the nmhimnlin. lountlnnn nml
other public buildings in Coriatnntinoio.
mo note says tne uuoman government
nas laxon precautions ami requests tne
heads of tho foroian missions' to do
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Am H. GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
Merchandise suited to the needs ot o
the Deschutes Valley x x j ot (5)
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Gents' Furnishings, Stoves, Tinware, Saddlery,
GENERAL OUTFITING SUPPLIES, ETC.
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All Branches of the Trade Handled in
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