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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JJKN-J), OKJCGON, ITItlDAY, NOVJSMBEIt 13, 1903.
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EVENTS OF THE DAY
(lATIIHRIil) FROM ALL PARTS OP TUP.
Comprehensive Kevlew of the Import
nnt MnppcnlnK of the I'nit Wee It,
I'rcicntcd In Cunilcmcd I'orm, Mott
Likely to I'nive Inlrmtlnic to Our
Tlio DroyfiiH en ho Im to bo again ro
IvimI. Two morn Americana Iiiwii boon nn
tmwiliititml on (ho Mtrnotii of Uindon.
Honiito unit house lender nr lioiuul
lo crush over Ciilmu reciprocity pro
gramme. After nn Intorvnl of n inotitli thu
Venezuelan nrlilrntloii ooso hos been
Calilti enrit (it KnimnH City, Kim., col.
llded In u fog. Ono person won killed
nuil CI Injured.
The senate committee will stand by
Hmoiit, tlio Utah senator, despite nu
Tlio Han Frntiolsco street railway nr
liltrutorit Imvo rendered a decision
itrHiitltiK nn Increase In wages.
Hlx men wore Idllml mid tun Injured
liy an explosion til the United States
naval arsenal nt lona Inland, N. Y.
Authorltlon In WyomliiK mny clash
over tint liidlnn trouble Tlio Iiullnn
agent wnnt thoso under arrest re
leased, but the governor refuses to do
liny tile, of Npottod horse (nine, linn
boon convicted of hlKliwny robbery In
Henttle lie nlwnyii drove to mid from
the scene of oierntlonn behind n npnt
ted home. IIIh wife held thu llneH
while he did the hobllng up.
The epldemlo of yellow fever In
Texas continue to spread.
Alexander J. Howie, thu Zionist
lender, Indorse Roosevelt,
During October there wna coined nt
the various tnlnU of the Untied Btnle
The oaso of W. II. Mnohon. charged
with postal frnud, linn been net for No
T. A. Wood, of I'ortlnnd, ha been
discharged from practice before the
Congressman Jones, of Washington,
Mill Introduce n bill giving Alaika a
The Hon dredge Chinook linn arrived
nt the mouth of the Columbia river
uiul will commence work nt once.
Tlio Oerman mall stoamor Dolsborg
haw been wrecked near Lisbon, Htmln.
.Moat of the passenger wore aaved.
A reward of ? 5,000 Im offered for the
arrest and conviction of the persona
who wrecked thu Huntn Fo Irutu nt
Aallnhnpn creek Inst week.
A petition signed by a largo num
ber of Filipino linn been received nt
the navy dopartmont nuking for the
vatnbllHhiiieut of u gun factory near
C'avlto. 1. I.
In the HtntQ elections Just held tbt
democrntn electod the uinyor of (Irent
ei New York, mid governor In Keiw
tucky, Hhndo lalund und .Mnrylaud.
Tlio ropuhllcnna onrrled Ohio, Mnssn
cliuautta, New Jersey, reunaylvnnla,
Colorado, Iowa mid Nebraska,
A blnce at tlio Vatican, Homo, do
rtroyud fGO.000 worth of property.
China In trying to Interest thu
United Mute In her behalf In the
Oil) NOT I'lX UN!!.
Alaska Commissioners l.t One Stretch
Oo-No Data to Work On.
Washington, Nov. 7 -Contrary lo
the general understanding, It develop
ed In WnHhlngtou today that the Ainu
knn boundary commission, recently In
Houston In IxhuIoii did not Dually lo
into the entire boundary lino between
llrltlsh and American territory, but n
ntrotch of ovor 139 miles between
Knto'a Needle and the Devil' I'aw,
two prominent iiiountnln peak lying
southeast of Hkngway, Is yet to bo do
llnltely located, Mocauso of the fail
ure of the commission to determine
the location of this line the Joint sur
veying commission that will be charg
ed with marking off the bouudnry nn
recently determined will bo iiuablo to
operate over this stretch of territory,
which In about one-fourth of the entire
length of the boundary that lias long
been In dispute.
It so hnppens that the country lying
between Kate's Needle and Devil's
I'aw la desolate, nnd nppnrontly worth
less mountains of snow nnd Ice. Tho
determination of the uclunt location
of the boundary Is therefore of no Im
mediate Importance, but should mines
be developed, or should other resourc
es be discovered, thero would bo n rep
etition of the dispute that has existed
all ovor Southeastern Alnskn since the
discovery of gold In tho territory.
The boundary commission did tut
have before It sufficient data to ennbln
It to fix this portion of the boundary
with nuy degree of satisfaction.
PORT IS FIRED ON
COLOMBIAN WARSHIP SHELLS CITY
PRUDICT ITS SUCCI1SS.
Nearly 3,000 men nro Idle nt I.ornln,
Ohio, because of tho shut-down of the
largo steel plant thoro.
I'oHttnustor Gonornl Payne- will nsk
for about ft 5,000,000 more than tho
lust cungreHHlonal appropriation.
A conflict with HiihhIu is regarded
by Japan an mire, sooner or later, nnd
nho will not yield ono point in the
Hoar Admiral Kndlcott, chief of the
bureau of yards and dooka, recom
mends nn appropriation of $140,000
for tho I'uget Sound navy yard.
Senator Mitchell will oppose tho
policy of lenderu In cougrosH for econ
ony with n veugonuce, nnd will work
for n liberal river and harbor bill,
Tlio Cuban congress hnH convened,
and I'rosldont I'almn In hla mossago
praised Hnosovolt nnd stated that the
piospocta of reciprocity with America
TlioOri'tfon Hiipromo court hold Hint
no tax levy can be made next January .
John' Mitchell, president of the
United Mluuwoikors, is (jiilto ill at
Tlio Ililbuo, Bpaln, strlkora liavo re
turned to work and tliolr demands will
Posiengers Prom Panama AUo 5ay Amir-
leans Favor Hcvolt.
Hnn Frnnclsco, Nov 7. When Hio
stenmer Hnn Junn. which nrrlved hero
today, left I'nnnmn, October 29, tho
nrepnrntfonB for tho revolution were
well tinder way, nnd secession wna
talked ovorywhero upon the streets.
Kvldontly. the government has known
for nt least two weeks that n crisis
Passengers on the Hnn Junn who
tnmn from I'nnnmn nnd various points
In Contrnt American republics nro
artl Hint the revolution, wlijeli the
cable report its In progreaa, was most
carefully planned, and they predict
Ita aucceaa. They also state, according
to lh Hvenlng Post that the diplo
matic representative of the United
Hintea nre favorable to the revolution
ists. Tho men nt tho bond of tho seces
sion movement nro friends of tho I'nnn
mn cnunl nnd want tho cnnnl built by
tho United States nnd maintained un
der the military protection of tho Unit
Among the San Junn'a passengers
wn John Jenkins, United States can-Btil-gonornl
nt Hnn Salvador, who said:
"Tho Independent government now
being farmed In Panama will always
remain there. The Ilogotn government
Is out of place nnd tins no reason for
HUSSIA TIWUTHNS CHINA.
Witt Assume Charge of Manchuria Unlets
Demands Are Met.
Toklo, Nov, 7. Heporta from Pokln
sny Hussla now thretenn to nasumo
solo charge of tho government of Mnn
ehurln unless China promptly dlsmls-
son Yuon, the tnotnl of Mukden, nnd
dncupltatca another mandarin who re
cently punished disorderly Chinese
bandits In Huston employ.
The notion of Hussln hnn caused con
Hldernblovrosonttnont ngnlnst tho Cznr
In Chinese nfllolnls circles. It la look
ed upon a showing (hut the nllogod pa
cific attitude of Husla In not borne out
by hor actions. A number of tho high
alllclutn coutlnuo to ndvocnto tho ad
dressing of n forcible npponl of protest
ngnlnst Hussla'a nttltude to tlio pow
ers, with a renuost that thoy lutorfero
to pronorvo the Integrity of tho Chi
American Representative Promptly Pro
teats, m Action la Contrary to Rules
of War No Notice Was Olven-Marinea
Land at Colon Urea of l-'orelj-n Re.
Identa In Danger for a Time.
Washington, Nov. C The Colom
bian warshlpllogotu today shelled thu
city of I'annrnn. according to advices
received by tho state department from
Consul Khrtnnn. One Chinese was kill
ed. Secretary Hay promptly Instruct
ed tho American representative to pro
test ngnlnst tho bombardment, nnd If
It hnn not censod by the time the cm
Ir.er Hon ton, now on her wny to the
scene of tho revolution, arrives, the
Colombian vessel will bo seized. Tho
bombardment la In violation of all
rules of war, since It was begun with
out notice. Tho flag of tho now repub
lic, red, white nnd blue, has boon hoist
ed nt Panama.
American residents In Colon were In
grnvo danger for a time today, and CO
marines woro landed. Thoy woro or
dered back to tho ship this evening,
when tho authorities promised to main
Commander Hubbard, of tho Nash
ville, notified tho prefect of Colon that
any movement of troops to Panama
would threaten the free nnd uninter
rupted transit of thu Isthmus, which
tho United States la pledged to main
tain, nnd accordingly he has directed
tho superintendent of the railroad to
move no troops for cither side.
Tho stato department today receiv
ed a request from tho representatives
of tho revolutionary government nt
Panama that tho United States rccog
i.lzo the now stato of Panama, but
pending official advices from United.
Htatoa consul otnclals at Panama thnt
a new government hits been establish
ed and la n do facto government, tho
state department ' declined to commit
Itself However, attention wna cnlled
to the fnct that It Is the Invariable oll
cy of tho Untied States to dent with
the de facto government In any coun
try. This statemont Ib takon ns fav
ornblo recognition should the new Pan
nmn government hnve an nctlve exis
tence The dispatches to the Nashville,
which should have reached her Imme
diately upon her arrival nt Colon. No
vember 2. were Intercepted nnd were
not received by Commander Hlibhnrd
until after the Colombian gunboat Car-
tngenn arrived nt Colon with SOU Co
lombian troop aboard, when It was
too late to provent hor entrance to
the harbor. Tho execution of Hie or
lOnnl schome would hnvo ellmlnntod
tho Cartngona from tho situation In
Colon, nnd the present unfortunate
complications would hnvo boon avoided.
Tonight Acting Secrotnry Darling re
ceived n dispatch from tho captain of
tho cruiser Atlanta, at Kingston. Jam
aica, saying ho would anil with his ves
sel tomorrow morning nt 9 o'clock.
Tim Atlanta has been tailing on a sup
ply of coal nt Kingston.
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Am Hm GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
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Cheaper Than Shingles
uoors, window oasnes, uiass,
Paints, Oils, Etc. ft)
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Loaves Prinevillc Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridays. Freight and passen
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C. I. WINNEK, Agent.
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I.YNCIIINQ BNOS RIOT.
Porte Absolutely Rejects Plan.
London. Nov. 7. Tho CoiiBtnntlnoplo
cnrioauonilont of the London Dally
Mall wrlton the snltnn haa nfisolntoly
lejootod ovory ono of tho nrnnoHnlu
contnlnod In tho Joint noto of Austria
niiil IliiBla, domnniltiiK thnt tho .Mace
donian reform ho cnrlod out under tho
direction tin a supervision of oillclnla
appointed by thu two powers.
Negro Who Killed White Man It Taken
ImUo Village, ArkH Nov C Two
pooplo nre dead and throo wounded
us the roault of trouble between white
nnd hlnckH here today, which was not
settled until n lynching had quieted
tho Qiclted people.
A riot oeeiirod botweon Borne No
umea and whltoR early In tho day.
It Is nllcKCd that during tho alterca
tion Ed. Colonmn. colored, pulled n
pistol nnd boKnn shooting. A fuss!
lado followed, and when It ceased. It
was found thnt Frank Andorson. ono of
thoso In tho crowd, wns dond. Vinson
was Bitot In two plncos, Frame wound
ed In the foot, and Klla McDowell.
colored, shot In tho hack.
Coleman fled, and n posso nt once
started In pursuit. Johnson, ono of the
Neroes. wns nrrestod. At noon tho
mob gathered nt the courthouse.
aiodge-hammers nnd rnllrond Irons
were quickly found nnd In 110 mluutea
four doors nt tho Jail had beon broken
down. Tho mob quickly secured tho
negro, took him to tho center of the
town, nnd hnngod him at noon.
Acre Territory Dliputo Settled.
Itlo Do Jnnorlo. Nov. C. The Acre
territory dlsputo botweon Itollvla and
llriull bnB bctm Bottled. Tho princi
pal polntH which wero under consider
ation In tho Aero dlsputo woro whothor
uio territory uoyona tno tenth noirrnn
of latltudo shnll becomo Drnzlllan ter
ritory, wnzii to pay Hollvla $5,000.
000 and nllow Hollvla thq right to Bond
Aero productB to Drazlllan ports on tho
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