The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, October 23, 1903, Image 1

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THE BEND BULLETIN.
VOL, I.
JJKN1), OHEGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBElt 23, 1003.
NO. 32.
tfU- titXt- ftu
EVENTS OF THE DAY
OATIinRED FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
TWO HEMISPHERES.
Comprthenalro Kovlsw of the Import
ant llapfxnlBit of the) Vnt Week,
Presented In Condensed form, Mott
Likely to Pror Interesting to Our
Many Rcsdera.
HJlt!bXiJftf(tfa$n)Si&$i&4$i!!i!StJtiJhi
Adrntulnf, lilt Irrlr.tlon, must U krpt
up. Oik .pp llatlon may do umt roJ,
( II likes MTWil lo nututt lb nop.
ii,i',,,i"i"fl,4"i,4,'4Sk,Si"4'Wi,i0i,S
After Ih'Iii out 20 hour tho jury In
the Tllliimu ciiihi returned it vordlut of
nut utility.
Mttrrooiin rnlmlN have won another
victory, and Urn Mndtlnii of the miltnn
Ih IhkhiiiiIuk Unnirltf .
Tint hilnndMlo iMiiuimtrw tHiiiiniliHilnti
lain untitled Hvntl railroad more time
for ooinplhineti with lli- iwiftyill
ftiire law.
Tin nultMii of Turkey Ih witnddiiriiiK
. tlm rcfomimniilitllim nf Hih imiMm for
Turklidi prtleltloii ill tho St. IMilit
XHtltloll.
TlirotiKli fliN'pltiK ear Mrvk' hotHeoii
t'liltWHo uiul Ih AiiwIim uiiil Han I'niii
lwt Httil Iwlweeii Cliinw and (IhIvi
(on In to Im wdHhllidied liy tlio Walmtdi.
Tin Htnndard plant of tho, United
Ptnttw Itediietlmi .V HclluliiK twitniKiiiy
itt Colorado City roMiinod njorotloii,
Mftur mi lilk'iitxH of hU week on lit
vomit of u Mriko.
ltoe.ltnitln fraud in connection
with tlm uoiulntr New York olectliui are
already appearing. Fifty Itnllaniuwrt'
' kIvhii iiatiimllwirtlnn tHin on roach
Iiik thee Ity.
fiurulmil InMrtiiiiont denier, iiinnii
fnctururM nnd iiiiiKirton of tlm United
HntH mul Canada nrsnlHjulto orpinlm
mi iiKnoolntlnu to Im known tin tlio
American Hunslcitl Trade iiMoclatlon.
While iliinthiK for immI In nu nUnd
oned uiliui iitHtr Druviwhiirv. I'-i Daniel
HurK mxl two brother illmiivuivd mImmiI
f ft ,000 worth of rlitthinit, ilrypn-lH,
hardware, etc., wrotwl In it diverted
portion of tlm initio.
Tlio cwr ImH nlMindoncd liU vlidt to
Home.
Uml Uimobury linn como out ntroii;ly
ftr freo trade.
Tho fear of war iHitweon lluwda ami
Juian In waning.
Chluf Newell declare that OreoKii in
ulncep um rt'Ktrilit Intercut In Irrigation.
At tlio InillnmtpollH, Inil., city elec
tion, tlio Democratic nominee for mayor
WUH elected.
MonnMtlr Ih IwoiiiIiik ixaceful, Turk
lull itoltllorit liavltiK lintctlcolly annihi
lated tho InmirKontH.
ti... irlnl f iir.I.ti-iitinnnt flnvornnr
A till " -.. ---
Tlllnmn, of Boulli CitroHna, Ih IIiiIhIhhI
uml Iiuh K0,,u ,0 l" J"y,
It In not llkoly that tho Kvorninont
will iuroliiiM jumrt of tho towiiHlto of
Itruinorton for uo ih n nitvul Htittlon iih
tho irlco suntwl Ih too IiIkIi.
Tho Witnior vitlloy htwk Foiiiutuy
Iirn r-colvel Um uttout, tho ilooumont
noinliiK illreot from tho neorunry of tho
Interior. Tho only ooiiritu now onou to
uttlurH In tlutt Koctlon l tho oourtn.
War iMstweon UukbIii uml Janim up
penm v jirolmhlo.
Yellow fuvur In Texan Ih roadlnir.
Doctorn, howovur, IkiIIuvo thoy will
oou huvo It nmlor control.
Threo inun woro kllltxl mul an many
othorn Injulretl In u frelKht wreck in
tho KmiHiiH City Hwltoh yanln.
tiltlna Ih mtltl to huvo lU'Kotlntwl 11
corot tn-itty which will allow KiihhIk
to romiiln In pohhohhIoii of Mauuhuriit
lor 15 ywirn.
Colorutlo ImH Wgun Hh niiHwor to tho
nit of KnmuiH to i-njoln tho fornii'it
from furthor iipproprlntion of tho witt
ers of tho ArkmiBUB rlvor for irriagtlon
j)uriocH.
Tho flood In Now Jersey Ih falling,
but tllntrobH in l'attorHon Ih groat, l'lvo
huutlroil aroliomolosaiintl without fowl.
j'l,0 iiroiwrty Iohh In that town nlono
will roach 12,000,000.
In caso of hoHtllltlea between Japan
and ltiiHHla, Great Britain would liavo
to lend hor Biipport to Janan. Tho
United BUttca. would not bo involved ua
ltaintereaU aro protected by treaty
with Ohlni).
SACKlit) IIY MOU,
Strlklnx Prcnch Wcavtra Wreck Hornet
of linemlei.
Anni'iitlurH, North Kriiuro, Oct. in,
Thin ton 11 wan today given up to riot,
plllngo uml liK'tiiiillarlHin, iih it coiini
(iiomii of tlio wcavern' Mtrike, Kothing
thin niorulng foretold tho noriotiH iIIh
tiirhiinceH about to occur, but at noon
tho Ntrlkorn, not receiving aiiNwurii to
their ilemamlH from tlio employern,
hroko out Into tho wildcat oxtviiiH'M. A
mob of (1,000 gathered In tho great
wpiarit and urged the trtKipH tatlonel
(hero to throw down their aruiH, uliout
Ing: "Douu with patriotism,"
Tho rlotern then xpread through tlio
principal HtreotH, breaking tho window h
of tho titoroH, ilragglng out tho lingo
dlNplay rolln of Ilium, which Jtliuy
HtruU'hel iturimd the HtreotH w itli the
object of Impeding tlio advance of tho
citvalry. They wrecked nhopH, Kicked
tilt) llOUlH'H Of IKWOIIH obllOXloUH td till)
rlngleaderH, mid attucketl the bankn, In
two of which they micm-dcd in Mealing
11 few hundred dellam from tho tf 11m.
Olio gang n't flro to a largo miantlty
of(llueu In tlio cellar of McrH. llec
tmart'H factory, Othern broke tho win
down of hoiiHUH and threw IiihMo burn
lug Htraw,
Tho troop, hauiorcd by thoolxttruc
tlotiH thrown in their way by tho riot
urn, were for a long time unable to din
IHTco tlm mob. Finally it tletermliietl
charge by lancorn riHitoretl temporary
quiet.
After dark the rioter tore tipMinur
gratlugn mid MivluMt(iueH ami Mretch
itl wlroH acriH tho Hln-el. Womtui
liMiught piled of empty bottle for iido
iih mlllcx, while lxtyn nwiirmnl up the
lamp iotH mid extinguished the gan
join. In Hpito of the effortH of the not
tliern tho riotera then procefled to ack
tho bonne, dragging out tho furniture,
saturating it with H'troleum mid sot
ting lint to it in tho Direct. Flro was
put to two housen In-longing to tho
strikers' einjdoyarn anil one big factory.
The bnal brlgailo, Ixilng inadequate to
pope with the conflagrations, an urgent
aiH'nl wan eit to tho neighboring
town of I.lllc, whence a steam pump
and relnforcemeutH of flretiicn were
sent.
Ity midnight, however, tho troop
ami police had gained the upper hand
and dicrsed tho mob. Thcatrti'tNarv
now deserted except for tho armed pu
trols. The autliorltlcH are taking meas
nreH to ast'rtaln tho namcH of tho ring
leaders in the rioU.
Russia ni.AMns pownRS.
China. Japan nnd Mritaln tlell to Have.
Cautrd the. Prcacnt DUput.
Rt. l'eteritburg, Oct. 15. Tho foreign
n 111 re snva it baa no olllcial contlrma
tlon of the reported disembarkation of
Japanese troopa at Mnsampho. lie
gurdlng Manchuria, tho foreign nfllco
slaten the question Ih at present clon-d.
The existing situation ia tho fault of
tho Chinese, Japanco nnd Itrltlsh. If
China tlesiretl to reoMn tho ncgotin
tloiiH and accept certain conditions, the
situation could ho still chaninsl, an
Itiissin Ih not rootinl to tlio hoII, nnd
could leave if slio likcl.
Itussla Ih now transiiorllng 50,000
tronpH, uurscrt nnd hospital supplloH to
tho far east. Tho present Htrenuth of
the lluHslnn army there Ih rellublv n
lirlnl to Iw 2HH.000 men. OlllrerH tie
talletl for duty In the Orient havo been
forbidden to take their when.
PRHPARH TO nnCLARR WAR.
Nlcnrfua Nnd Outem1n Will right
Salvador and llondurn.
Panama, Oct. 15. According to newa
received hero from Central America,
President Zelaya, of N'lcaragua. and
President Katnuln Cabrera, of Guato
mala, are preparing to declare" war
aitalnst Salvador ami HnndqraH. - Ten
thousand Giuitomahin soldiorn aro re
liorttxl to bo marching toward the PnU
vadorlau frontier with a powerful force
of artillery, At Pnnta Ana, !)5 miles
northwest of Pan Salvador, it Fnlvadorl
an army Ih Itolng organlretl under Gen
oral llegalodn. Many war oloinoiita
havo been trnnsnortod from the port of
Acajutla to m Union, which ia near
tho NMcaraguan frontier.
America fhowt Inttneat.
Washington, Oct. 15, Recauso of
necessarv ropnirn, tho cruiser Now
OrleaiiH Iuih arrived at Yokohama for
overhauling. Tho work will bo done
bv it .TapaneHo firm, and in viow of tbo
situation in tho far Kant, every effort
will bo nintlu to repair tho veosel with
out docking her. Tho American (loot,
In tho event of war botween Japan and
Ilumda, will be a closo observer of tho
conflict
AMERICA HAS WON
ALASKA BOUNDARY CASI2 HAS H0EN
DECIDED.
Mapi PublUhsd Indicating the True Line
All Point Carry Dominion li Cer
tain to lie Shocked Oreatly, but All
Agree Her Lawyer Well Performed
ItU Trutt.
Iomlon, Oct. 17. Tho Morning Ad
vertiser iinnouuceH that It regrets to
learn from it source which It regard
Ixiyond ipiestlon that tho decision In
tho Alaska boundary tribunal virtually
concedes, tho American cah-.
Tho Morning Advertiser, which up-IK-arn
to l) thorodghly iuitiMlleI with
the reliability of Hh Htatenieiit, says
the news will lo received in Canada
with consternation. It given a map
and a detailed explanation showing
how the decision will uffect Canada,
mid adds that those who have follow til
the arguments have been thoroughly
satisfied with Clifford Hilton's prepara
tion and presentation of the caw.
PORUIQNfiRS HOLD PUW UONDS.
Trcaiury Show That National Credit In
Upheld by Domestic Meney.
Washington, Oct. 17. The annual
report of the register of the treasury
shown that mi aggregate of f 15,005,750
of the registered ImiiiiIh are held by for
eigners. Of thin amount f 3,'.M 1 .'.'.lO are
credited to individuals uml f 11,151,500
to foreign Insurance comanien. The
latter amount in all on deposit in thin
country under the law which requires
nit foreign Insurance companies to de
posit with the insurance commissioner
of the particular state in which it doe
business u certain amount of bonds a
iwirtlonetl to, tho ltnslncr ilonu, to m
cun? Ilnliollcy holdeWT"
"TJio amount of United Stated bonds
thus held by foreign Individuals," says
tlie register, "in so Insignificant that
It may 1k said that the National credit
Ih entirely upheld by domestic mon
ey." "An annual rejort of the domestic
holdings shows that the consols of 1003
in the popular one with the national
Inuikn. Out of a total of f 500,4li:t.:tr0,
tho lstukn have on deposit with the
tretiMirer of tlie United States nsreeuri
tv for circulating notes and for doitosits
the sum of f t58,44H,100, leaving to lie
accounted for f 4R.0'.5,S50. Of the lat
ter amount f'.,tl,",-,3,8f)0 aro held by in
dividuals, tbo remainder being in the
Itossesslou of tbo banks, instirunce nnd
trust companies, lodges and societies.
The Imnds of the various loans on Juno
30, 1003, were held in this country as
follows:
Ixlges, (1,760,410; sotdutles, '.',
lail.atO; individuals, (308,84(1,810;
with tho treasury of the United States
in trust, HH.H77,140; in banks, f(13.
008,830; Insuninct) ami trust com
panlos, ll4.2tM.570; total, (780,2(12.
100.
CROW TURNS ON TMBM.
Philippine Punitive It Kilted, and Mil
Partner Hadly Wounded.
Manila. Oct. 10. Tho orvw of the
bout In wlilelt Johnston and Herman,
tho runaway constabulary oflleors, no
companicd by one iHUistable, slartetl
from GuimlNil for Cngayanos island, at
tucked the outlaws on Hearing tho lat
ter place, killing Jqliustnn and wound
ing Herman and the countable. Her
man killed four of tbo vrew, and the
other two Jumped overboard. He then
put back to Negros, where bo Mint guns
and ammunition to the police and aban
doned the boat oft Nahulvn, llaytiuau,
where iio was in billing when tho last
was hoard of him.
Saturday night last tho .police cap
tured the boat, recovering a number of
constabulary guns, ammunition and
some money. They also buried Johns
ton, whoso body was found in tho boat.
It is presumed that tho erow Intended
to kill tho outlaws and secure their
money and arms.
Cruller Denver on Trial Trip.
Philadelphia, Oct. 17 Tlio new
cruiser Denver, in command of Captain
Chase, with a erow of' picked men,
sailed today for tho New Kngland coast
on Iter trial trip. Tlio Denver is an
unariuored steel protected twin screw
cruiser and ouo of the smallest fighting
vessels in tho United States navy. 8ho
wua designed for service, in tho Philip
pine islands. Tho test of speed will bo
made on October 22,
I DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND I
SAVE
SAVE
Prices Same
Bend Mercantile Company
incorporated
A, H. GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete
lviercnanaise.
Cmrpr'tpti. Provision c.
Gents' Furnishings, Stoves, Tinware, Saddlery, 8t
(a Harness Jjtjj6tj6jftjtj6j6j6'
Harness ctjtjttfijtjAjtjtjijt
GENERAL OUTFITING SUPPLIES. ETC.
AGENT FOR
RUBEROID ROOFING
Cheaper Than Shingles
m uoors, window
$ Paints, Oils, Etc.
BUTTER, EGGS AND FRUIT
I Bend Mercantile Company
Wall Strmat,
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PRINEVILLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE
DICK VANDUVERT, Proprietor.
CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND PASSENGERS
I.eaves Prineville Mondays. Wednesdays and Frldnvg. Freicht and passer
f,
ra Miiybllled for llend, Jjtva, Hoslund nnd Silver Lake. Good rigs, careful
rivers.
C. I. WINNEK, Agent.
THROUUH FROM BGND
SHANIKO-PRINEVILLE
PRIHEVILLE-BEND
BOOTH & CORNETT
SCMEDULrE .
SOUTH POUND
Lcavo Bhoniko flp.m
Arrive Prinovillo lln.m
Leave Prineville 1 p. m
Arrive Bond 0:30 p.m
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE.
CLAIMS ESTIMATED AND SOLD
KINO &
Timber Cruisers
BEND
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cAitniES a
p Qeneral Merchandise, Qrocerles, Clothing:, Furnjshlnp; Qoods ;
uui on iiiiu
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TIME
MONEY
as Prineville S
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Stock of General jjj
Drv Croon's. T .Aieji and
oasnes. uiass,
Band, Oragon.
TO SHANIKO IN ONE DAY.
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NOItTHBOUND
I.eavo Bend.... 0S0a. ra
Arrive prinovillo 12:00 m
Leavo Prinovillo 1 p. m
Arrive Shaniko 1 am
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