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THE BEND BULLETIN
1SBN1), OKEGON, FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1903.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
GATIOnU FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Coaiprchenslv Review of (he Import
ant llappewlnja of the Paat Wckt
PrMnUd la Con4nM4 rmi, Mot
LUcely to Frr lutcrtitlst; to Our
It I v it 1 canillilnlcK for K"Vtrnor
builxlium 'iikhim1 In n tlHt light.
Tliri'ti nii'ii went killed in n collision
mi tlm Southern 1'iuillle went of Olun.
The clili'f of tlic iimrliiii curji- wont
to Imvo tlm bnrroekn nt tlm 'ii(t wmiiil
navy yunl 'ilrKHl.
Mr. BoolleTurki-r, wlfu of tlio head
of tin Salvation Army, nud mi earnest
worker, wh klllil In n train wreck
near Tuxtkii, Kan.
Klnif Peter, of Kervla, wan tlio ob
ject of mi intended nwawdnatinii, liut
wan warned In ilino nud placed thoeon
xplrutorii In prlxou.
Striker nt Bilbao, Spain, eontinno
to tcrrorlrti tlio town. Dynamite Iiuh
Ihtii urad in hjuthI iiintuncoH nml tlio
town present wirry upeclaele.
Tint Colorado nilniiiK ntriku linn
eatiird tlio national Ixidy to order n
wnlk.nit In tlial utato, Utah, New
Mexico nml Southern Wyoming on No
tiiianUli nlrlVrra ttt IlllliaollOW 1111111
berlng 40,000, Imvo resorted to rioting.
An unsurccaiful attempt wa made
to aiaumlnate Prealdent I)la, of Mex
ico. A run on three, Ht. I-oul waving
hanks was started by falmi minor, but
all taallr paid deixrtdta.
Three steamers hare arrived at bat
tle bringing half n million in gold ami
1 ,n00 passengers from Noino.
Tho president of tlio Armcnlnn revo
lutionary society in I-ondon, has been
assassinated by political enemies.
Hoblmra at Uw, 8. D., chloroformed
an aged couplo for tlio purpose of mil
iary, but worn unsuccessful. The old
pi-oplo will (lit).
Thoprt'Hlilontof tboAinorlcan health
association declares tlmt tbo way to
secure Mttltary reform Is to uiilttit tlio
iiipH)rt of union labor.
Mabel H. Bcohtel, nged 21 )'.
assaulted, then murdered, nt Allri
town, .'a.. Mid her body put in an
underground alley near bor homo.
The Kusso-Jaanese convention baa
been approved by tbo cwr.
Tho first cold ?!oll of tbo wintor baa
truck Now York, Pennsylvania and
Turkish mlniitori have advised tho
porta to reject portion! of tbo Macoon.
(an reform plan of Russia and . Aus
tria. Hear Admiral Bowles, chief of con
struction and repairs, bai resigned to
become tho head of aBhlpbnlldlngcom
pany. Ilrcoivor Ana 11. Thomson, of the La
Orundu land olllco, may lie removed as
a result of nn Indictment by tbo federal
Congressman Ilormnnn Ih placed in a
bad light in tho Oregon land frauds.
It Is clalmod that bo could have pre
vented many of them.
Klovon states will hold elections No-...nlui-
i MnnMiirluiHiitta. Hhndo la
lapd, Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky, Iowa
and MliwiHHlppl will oloct full state
tickets nud tho othere minor olllcluls.
An ftttachmont has boon Issued
gainst Dowlo for 1 1,050 on tho claim
of a lawyer. .
Tbo king of Spain ban abandoned bis
trip to Homo bocauiw tbo popo will not
Tlio robliers who looted tho Hurrton,
Kan., bunk lmvo boon captured and tbo
Tlio Uusso-AUHtrlan reform plan for
tho UalkaiiH contains several proposala
objectionable to tho porto,
Sir Honry Mortimor, llrltlsh nmba
ador nt Madrid, lmo boon anpolntod to
till tbo vacant post at Washington,
Falling rock In tho Now York sub
nay caught about a ncoro of workmon.
At least 17 nro bollovod to bo dead.
Bonator Fulton favors dropping tho
Fanapia canal roulo and taking up Nic
aragua with a vhw to expediting mat-ten.
KliOCCUI'lIU) lV KUSSIA.
Chtntse fait to Kctp Their Promlica
Ht. Feterxhiirg, Oct. ai. An olllclnl
dlHpntuh from Mukilmi, .Mnnclitirln,
onys: A detachment of HiinI(iu troops
cnlenil tho town yenterdity and rewcu
pled the gunrlhoiiies. This net Ion
was In couiKNiiieiico of tho ueaknoKN
dlstilaytil by tlm C'IiIikho authorities
who do not fulllll thulr promiws mid
owing to genurnl ferrncnt iruvnlling
Tbo rumors coming from JnpnncHO
wiuri'is relutlvu to the erection of Kus
lnn forts on the Ynlu river, Corea, nrn
dirlurl to Iks exaggerated. It Ix vx-
nlalm-d that only a rumpart hns Imh-ii
biiitt for tbo secretion of tho ItiiKxInu
Msttlemonts against tho Chunchus.
The rrMirts of tho entry of Jnpnnei-e
troops Into Corea tiro aim unconfirmed
nud the nutl-HiiKsInn tlemoiiHtratloiiH
In Japan are now stated to Ihj Icch fro
aWcs KunU Full Swlar.
Washington, Out. III. Diplomats
bent sny that the Associated Frees
cable from Ht. Petersburg tellluu of
HiiKsln's rcocciipatloti of Mukden Indi
cates an agreement between Uuxsla and
Japan by which tho former is to hne
frit) swing in Manchuria, mo far as
Jawiu is concerned.
Mr. Tnknhlrn, tho Japaneco minis
ter, said tonight he had read tho cable
gram ultli deep inten'st, but was still
without olllclnl confirmation. Tlio
minister nhmiiM to bo mora hoefiil of
a ratlsfactnry conclusion of theToklo
negntlntlons but said positively ho bad
not been ndisel that an agreement bad
ltccn rcnrhc'l. Ho pnlutel out that
Hussln bad agreed to the owning of
Mukden to the world's commerce and
wild ho did not think It necessary for
KoMlan troops to remain there to curry'
out this promise.
PORTO TO DHPY POWERS.
Rutso-Auitrlan Plan In Macedonia Is
Constantinople, Oct. .'10. A feeling
of unrest prevails here, and the find
ing Is ho genernl that the sultan is con
templating defying tho oworthntm-ck
to coniH)l him to nerved to. the demands
of Austria nml Itusslu in the mutter of
reforms In Macedonia. Thi'w reforms
wn dlrtnsteful to tho ieoplo of Turkey,
and there Is nn doubt Alxlul Humid
will Imvo all of his subjects with him
in any action ho may take to combat
the plan to place Austrinns and Huh
plans nn tho staff of tho Macedonian in
It liecamo known today that tho dis
armament policy that has Ix-cn In prog
ress for pomu tinio in connection with
tho understanding botuccn Ilulgnrin
nud Turkey has tx-en annulled. This
Is tnkeu to metin that tho sultan tins
niiido up bis mind to defy tbo powers
and decline to nltcy tho suggestion of
Austria and llusxla-
RUDULS JOIN FORCBS.
5anto Dominican Capltit U to bo
Capo llnytien, llaytl, Oct. 31 .(ion
oral Navaro, tho revolutionary governor
of Monto Cristo, t-'an Domingo, at tho
head of a strong forco of troops, hits
Joined (iencral Morales, commander in
chief of tho forces of the Dominican
revolution, with the reported intention
of moving tho combined force mi tho
capital, Kautn Domingo.
Tho hlockndo of tho port of Puerto
Plata, on tho north coast of Santo
Domingo, which Ih hold by revolu
tionists, linn caused provisions there to
Itecoiuo very dear.
A force of Dominican revolutionists
lias occupied Cotuy. It is presumed
tho Dominican government forces will
bo concentrated at tho capital, where
heavy lighting Ih expected to tuko pluco.
It Is rumored that tho French cruslor
Joan do la Oravler, now at Fort nu
Frluco, Ilnyti, Iiuh been ordered to
Prlar-Lnnd Problem Coder.
Manila, Oct. 31. Monslgnor Ouidl,'
tho Hoimin prolate sent to Manila us
apostolic doleguto to conduct negotln
tloim between tho vutlcnu nud tho
United HtutoH government regarding
tho sale of hind hold In tho Philippines
by tho fralrH, Ih urging u settlement of
tho inuttor hoforo Governor Tuft leaves
for America, Tho governor upon his
part huvh that bo is in hopofl that tho
sale will bo concluded boforo his departure,
READY TO EXPLODE
DYNAMITE F0UNB IN SEATTLE IN
Twelve Sticks, Done Up In Two Pack
aces, With Puses Ready to Light
Mystery Surroas&t (lit Find Street
Railway Manager Sayt Company Mai
Had Np Trouete to Impfre Deed.
Hcatlle, Oct. 30. Twelve -licks of
dynamite done up in two packages,
with split fuxcH attached n ready to
light, were found concealed, in the
toilet-room of tho Interurban depot,
First avenue south ami Jackson street,
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. There Mas
enough of tho explosive to have blown
up nil buildings within a radius of two
blocks and to damage properly for a
distance of ten blocks from the depot.
One package containing nix Micks,
had lieen carefully rolled up nml placed
IhiIiIiiiI the withstand Intnl. The oth
er, containing tho same amount, had
Itecn wrapped In the wime manner nml
Kccretcd from view behind the toilet
Around each of the jweknges, inside
the paper In which they were rolled,
ns a long fuse so arranged as to con
nect with tho sticks. The end of each
of these finn hud been split witli a
knlfo for a dlntanrv of about an inch
exposing tlio now dor to view through
tho wrapper and would jiermlt immedi
a e ignition.
The discovery was made by a laborer
nnnird Wilson. When his eyo fell on
the package In-hind the ahstanil and
tho fact Hint It was concealed utruck
him as peculiar. Ho pulled it out and
discovered ll was dynamite
An explonlon of dynamite oeurred
nt First and Jackson streets to the rear
of tlio Capital hotel early Tuesday
morning not more than 160 feet from
tho depot building. Then it wns nup
lMcd that the explosion was tlio work
of some drunken man for bis own
nmtisement. Now the matter Is viewed
in n different light and a searching In
vrstigatoin Is being iimdoby detective.
Two day nfter the arrest of Shannon
n man named llobinson, while walk
ing on tbo Arlington dock came aero
two sticks of the explosive bidden lie
tween a pile and the run-benm of the
Ceuornl Manager Grant, of the
Street Hallway company, when In
formed of the find in tlio depot, said:
"I cannot immngino why it should
Ik) placet! then. Wo have not had any
trouble with anyone which would 1ms
likely to inspire such a hideous
SECESSION IS URQBD.
lUllfux, Nova Scotia Chroalcle Makes an
Apptal to Caaa4c
Halifax, N. 8., Oct. 30. Tlio declnr-
ntlon that prctcnt relations betwten
Canada and Great Ilritaln cannot exist
much longer was made today by the
iiuiuux inronicif, tno leading news
paper mipimrter in tho niarltimo pro
vinces of tho liberal party. In an un
usually outspoken editorial on the
iMaskun boundary award tho Chrnniclo
expresses what it alleges to bo unani
mous illsmitlsfactlon of CnnadlaiiB at
tho action of the llritisb government
in tbo matter. The paper says:
"Tills Alaska episode- bus made it
clear that our existing relations to the
empire cannot Ih continued much long
er. Wo aro even now nt tho parting of
tho wnys. Our subordinate position
Iiuh been so olcnrlv and so humiliating
ly revealed that it must scvdily be
Tho Chronlclo adds that there aro
now only two course open for Canada
complete legislative independence
within the empire, acknowledging tho
sovereignity of the king of Kngluud
alone, or tbo status of nn independent
nntlon. Tlio pnpre says there is much
to commend tho latter stop, becnuso it
would free Canada from tlio danger of
ever being embroiled with the United
States on account of Its Kuropeuu con
nections, and nt the sumo time would
secure for the Dominion tiiu lionollt of
tho protection of tlio Monroe doctrine.
American Cruiser to Scene.
Washington, Oct. 30 Acting Secre
tary of the Navy Darllmr UiIh after
noon not orders to tlio Norfolk navy yard
for tbo cruiser llaltituorq to proceed
fnrtlui'ttli in Kiinfn T)Aliitinw ,i 1n1
after interests at tho blockaded port In
tlmt country. H la expected tho Haiti-
more will leave tomorrow and bIio
should orrivo at her destination bv
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