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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JIKN1), OIUSGON, FItlDAY, OOTOHJSU 2, 19CJ.J.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
HATIIERED FROM ALL PARTS 01' TUB
Comprehensive Revltw of (he Import
nt Happenings of (bo Past Wk,
Presented In Condensed I'ornt, Most
Likely to Trove Interesting to Our
Austria fear n Kotsuthlst ruvolatlon
Iird Mllimr la ixdlaved to linvo tie
cllned lo enter Ilia British cabinet.
In a riKBtit battle hbtwoen rebels and
Turkish troop tho latter loit 1100 men.
Tim BhmiaiiKU, I'a,, tin pinto mill,
tlio latest In tlie viorld, is to aliut
Mri. Jefferson Davis, willow of the
pri'tlduiit of tlio Foutliern Confederacy,
I In llufliilo. rwrloush III.
Ilupsla anil Austria have again
-warned Turkey iiml Bi.lip.rla nirnlnst
war, and declare massacres mint cease.
KumIrIi loldlora aro persecuting, the
.Inwe ol (Joinel. Tlio mwple were lieat
vn ami their houses robbed nntl burnol.
Tho limit (or tlio in on who held tip
thu U, It. ft N. train near Portland has
m far failed. No trace wlfaternr can
le found of the bandits. Ihe wounded
iimii refuses to iilvo nny particulars h
to who lilt confederates aro.
An Illlnoii court lis rocottnUed a
decree ot illvorro granted In ltuaaln a
twnator Bcott, ol West Virginia, con
tinues to, hnpiovo, ami will bo out In
Ilural guards have captured Juan
tabes, tho luader of tho recent Cuban
Four tourists who woro climbing the
rlcatfel mountain, In Knulaml, lull
-down a precipice and woro.kllliHl.
Oliver T. 'Bhorwood, the defnultliiR
vaihler of tlio boutuport, Uoilll., Ml
tloual bank, has loeii sentenced to ton
year In prlion.
Honduraa continue to threaten to
invade Nicaragua unless boundary ills
puto over granting of a toncestlon to
American la settled.
Tho United Mates squadron tinder
the oommanil ol Hear Admiral Kvans,
hat arrived at Klao Choti, tho Qerman
colony oiijtho east coait of China.
Hlnco tho passage ol the Irlih land
act many evicted tenantt now residing
In the Unite! Mates have been making
anxlous inquiries regarding tho postl
tillity of roC(ulrlni Iholr former hold
Annie II. Hharpley, who canted tho
poitolllco authorltlea much troublo
through her swindling operation In
raising tho figures on postal money or
lera in many cities linn been sentenced
to two yearn In prison In I'enuBylvnnla.
The fishing tug Bllver Spray, which
had an exciting brush AnRUst IS with
tho Canadian patrol boat Petrel, has
Again narrowly escaped capture. Ac
cording to tho enptniu, ho was out look
lug for lost nets nnd might have boon
In Canadian waturs. Itu immixllntuly
ordered his engineer to give the tug n
full head of steam, and after a brief
chase tho Hllvor Hpray escaped.
Hlr Thomas Lip ton Is fast regaining
John Mitchell is rolled upon to avort
a labor war against Iloosevelt for his
action in tho Miller case.
A New York philanthropist will tako
1,000 of thu poor of that city to Mon
tana nnd establish a colony.
Austen Chamborlaln will bo mado
-chancellor of tho exchequer in tho Brit
ish cabinet and either 1-ord Helborno
or Lord Milnot ooloulal secretary,
Ilobbora knocked unconsclou an ox
press mosnengor at Chicago and rifled
two safes. Very littlo wna wcurod os
tho money thoy woro aftor was not in
Turkey has nppointod the former
vali ol llelrut us vull of llruea, which
Is really a promotion. Tho notion has
nrousMl much Indignation as it la re
gardodlaH a clmllongo to tho powers,
Honr Admiral Evans, crltiolsoa tho
action of tho board which sat in tho
caeo of Paymaster Nicholson. Whllo
In China Nicholson bocamo Intoxicated
land beat an elderly man. Tho board
reduced him flvo numbors in his grade.
Tho admiral holds that ho should havo
boon dtsmlsaod from the eorvlco.
STKIJUr CAMS ALL TIHO UP.
Newark Hat the Orcatcat Strike In Years
, and l!nd It Not Yet.
Newark, N.J,, Bi-pt. 20. Tho big.
gest ntrlkn In Newark In tho pnat 20
tonrs k'gnn trnlght and extnuded un
til nt midnight not a single street rail
way car was running, except under jo
1 1 1 co gnnnl. It Is oxpectod that by to
J morrow the strike wilt havo extended
lo tho power houses, Including thoec
that supply tho lighting circuit. Tho
gas house cmployo aro also raid to bo
ready to g i out and cornploto tho tie
up. Newark trolley men declared tho
atrlko will bo general all through Kb
sex, Iludton, I'annalc and Union coun
ties before tomorrow noon.
Thu men havo demanded 22 cents an
hour, tho abolition of tho "sp-lt runs"
tyslem and recognition of tho union.
President McCarler, of tho public
sorvlcii corporation, which controls
most of tho trolley linen, had practl
cally promised that thuconipany would
acctnle to tho men's demands, but It is
miderxtood that tonight thero Iioh been
objection to this on the part of some
of the directors. Up to a late houi to
night President McCarler had not
definitely Informed tho mployes as to
what the real attltudo of tho corjiora
Coming as it did at tho btulest
trafllu hour of tho day, the strike
caught, thousands of working ixwplii
and shoppers unprepared. Many of
them weru onmpxllod to walk mites to
tlielr homes In tho suburb.
WINOI'ALL TOR AMI'RICA.
HrltUh Storms Ruined I'nilt Crop, and
Imports Were Never so Ult.
lyondon, Hept. 20. America la now
rosplng great bonoflt from tho storms
which made tho past summer one of
the worst on record In Great llrltaln
and tho continent. Thanks lo the
ruined homo crop, California fruit I
being Imported In larger quantities
than ever beloie. Tlio rales last week
In London marked a record with 26,
000 boxen of American fruit renresent
Ing about 076,000 pound wolght. The
fruit wan sold at n two days' auction In
Covent Garden Market, tho prices or
nglug 30 Hir cent above what has here
tofore lieen obtained hero. Tho sales
weru chiefly of California pears and
plums lth a fair conidgnmcnt of Nuw
York statu Ilartlett pears.
Thoro Is practically no Kngllth fruit
obtainable, while Franco, which usual
ly exports largo quantities ol (tears to
Knglanrl, Is sending none. The Amer
ican soctlon of Covent Garden market
Is now almoHt the solo source of supply,
and there are no signs of tho demand
decreasing. American apple, which
hitherto would not Imi profitably
shipped hither till later in tho rear,
now hnvo a brisk trade. Koitytwo
thoucaml barrel of Canadian apples
are uxpocted in tho t-ondou market to
day, and record prices aro assured.
CALLS rOW All) INCIUUSI1.
Ste. Marls Is Ali Threatened
With Another Strike.
Dotrolt, Mich., Bupt. 20. An even
ing Nowa special from Bait Rte. Mario
says tho situation in th Canadian Boo,
which Is suffering most from tho shut
down of tho Consolidated Ijike Superior
company's plants In today the worst
slnco tho closing of tho works. Added
to tho gonornl statu of destitution of
the discharged employes comes the an
nouncement today that the street car
men will strike next Monday unless
they rocolvo their pay in full.
The ofllclals hod previously statod
that tho pay day which had been an
nounced for Monday had been declared
off. Tho men on tho street cars in the
American Boo nro also netting restless,
n aro tlio men on tho forrloa across the
rlvor hotuoon tho two Boos. Roquents
for aid from tho town nro increasing.
Many of them como from men who
havo pay chocks In their poerosslon
that thoy cannot cnah.
First Sale Under Irish Land nil'.
Dublin, Bopt. 20, -Tho negotiations
for the ilrnt land snlo under tho new
laud act havo boon cnmploto'l botwoon
tho Dkuo of Lolnnter and tho tenants
of hla efitato In the Athv and May
nooth districts of County Klldaro. The
tenants aro slvon a 26-vcar nurrhaso.
'The transactlona involvoa 0,250,000.
POUR MEN ATTEA1PT TO HOLD UP
0.R.&N. TRAIN NEAR PORTLAND.
Uxorest Mcttcnicr Shoots Leader of
dang and Ktst Flee Without Accom'
pllthlng I'urpots-Iinglncer Slightly
Woundcd-UynamlU Was Used to
Open Car Faitengcrs Mot Molested.
Portland, Bopt. 24. In an unsuccees
ful attempt mado by four msekod ruon
to hold up and rob tho O. It. AN. over
land train leaving Portland last night
at 8:16 o'clock ono of tho robbers was
shot and Instantly killed and Knglneer
Ollle ilarrott, cf Portland, was wound
od. Kxpress Mosaougor Fred Koincr
11 rod the shot that slew thu bandit, ami
tho bullet, after patting through hln
body, wounded tho enlgneer, striking
him In tho left shoulder.
Tho men had badly bungled tho. job
after having succeaefully stopped tho
train and compelled the engineer nnd
fireman to accompany thutn in their
work. Instead of attacking thofxpro-n
car they blew opon the door ol the bag
gage car with dynamite. Tho nolso
aroused tho express mecMnger and ho
opeuud his dcor and fired at tho lead
ing robber, who stood at tho time but
a few feet from him.
Tho death of tho unknown bandit,
apparently tho leader of the party, dis
heartened tlio others, and they aban
doned tho attempt to rob the train.
Not a shot was II red in return, and tho
bandit eiwapod before tho express mes
senger fired again.
Tho hold-up wan at torn pled on the
curve west of the tunnel which appears
abovomlle post 21, at about 0:30
o'clock. Two masked men ttolo aboard
the train at Troutdale. hiding on tho
"blind" end of the bagtago car. A
short distance out from Troutdale the
two men crept over tho tender and,
covering Knglncor lUrjatt and Fireman
Sievonrou with their revolvers, orderod
tho train to proceed to a point near
inllo post 21. Whon this spot had
lxen reached thu bandits ordered the
engineer to stop.
Two othor men joined tho bandits
at tho mile post, and tho four ordered
thu engineer and fireman to accompany
them back to tho expretb car. Tho
robbers, apparently Ignorant of train
formation and very nervous, attacked
the baggage car. When tho doors wero
not opened promptly they used dyna
ml to and blow tho door open.
Though ho livl been ordered, with
tho fireman, to keop ahead of tho party,
Bnglneer llarrett managed to slip be
hind trie leader. As the door to the
oxpress car was opened and Korner's
gnu was poked out, he was standing dl
roctly behind the man who was under
tho door. Korner fired immediately,
tho bullet instantly killing tho robber,
nnd wounding tho engineer. Tho oth
er bandits, frightened by tho shot, re
WAR AOAIN FHARED.
Turkey la Taking No Steps to Rnd the
fiofln, llulgarla, Sept. 26. A loss
hopeful feeling prevails today In gov
ernment circles regarding the gonoral
situation, although no actual chango is
reported. Tho events of tho noxt two
daya aro awaitu I with great nnxioty,
and popular fooling la becoming mora
A larpfllv attended meatlne nt Mare.
donlan sympathisers held at Itustchuk,
unigaria, vosteruay, auopieu roroiu
tlons anneallni! to tho lluh-arlan uov
ornmont to declaio war on Turkey im
mediately. Special significance at
taches to this meeting because the reso
lutions adopted nro tlio first opon ox
pression of such an emphatic character
in favor of war coming from any pipu
Inr mnntlnir In lllllffnria. Iliistelinlr !
tho chief commercial town in the coun
try. Resolutions woro also passed
thanking the pope, tho English bish
ops, tho trades union congress, and tho
ltrltlli nml American irono fnr llinlr
oxprosslons of sympathy with the Ma
Fighting Is rojvortod to havo taken
placn near Kotshnnl, on tho frontier,
In which tho Turks lost 60 men killed
nnd tho Insurgents suffered n losa of
President Working on Message.
Oyster Hay, N. Y., Bopt. 26. Al
ready tho president has begun work on
lila annual morengo to congress. The
message to bo presentod to thu extraor
dlnay Bersion will not bo Issued until
about tho middle of October.
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