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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JJEN1), OREGON, tfHIDAY, HOVEMISEU 27, 1903.
OATIIIiHIil) FROM AW PARTS OP TUB
Comprehensive Review of the Import
Mitt Happening of the Past Week,
Presented In Condensed 1017111 Most
Likely to Prove IntcrcUtlng to Our
Panama will not listen to tliu over
tnrt'M (t( the H.'iu' vpmmlsslon from
Tho llagshlp ( the American licet nt
Panama saluted tint Hag of thu now re
public with -1 gun. 1
Thu United State linn ofllclally as
. sinned sovereignty over the naval ata
tlon nt (limntnunruo, Culm.
Tho (liirnmn colonlnf society In to
noml number of young men to thin
-country to utility cotton growing.
Tim Internal rovenuo collection for
OctolxT of thl year worn Qttl,lS5
greater than for tho same month lout
John M. Sinclair, of I loins tend, 11
Democrat, ha lieen elected to congress
from Toxa to succeed T. II. Ball, ro
Htrp havo Iwen taken to end thu
Chicago street cur strike. Tim Indlcn
tlon nro that both side will agree to
Itcprrsoiitatlvo lllchardson, of Ten
ncssce, hait Introduced n bill in tho
house putting nil trust made article
on tho free Hit.
Tho Western sugar refining company
lia begun milt in tho United Stale ills
trlcl court nt Ban Francisco to tent tho
validity of Ilia war lax.
Tho cruiser Albany hn been sent to
Great ltritnln will send an expedition
to make Tlilbot respect Undo treaties.
Four men, whllo blasting stumps
near Columbus, Ohio, wero blown to
Jnnanc-iM nro Ih-coiiiIiik bitter townrd
Groat ltritnln on nrootint of alleged un
faithfulness In Mnnohurln.
Franco hn Instructed hornmbnssAdor
nt VYnshlnhgton to receive tho milliliter
from thn now I'nimmn republic.
Senator 0. II. Dietrich, of Nebraska,
lin been Indicted by tho federal grand
jury nt Omaha for rolling n ihwIoIIIco.
Iird Kitohonur, commander In chief
of tho British nrmy, wbm thrown from
til horso in Blmla and sustained n
Tho report of tho ponslon bureau
show that tho pension Issued tlurltiK
tho first four month of tho present fis
cal yenr exceeded tho aamo jHsrlfxl of
hut yenr by -T per cent. Tho pension
issue hint year was tho Urged In 10
Forty people wero killed and 23 oth
er n Injured in n rnllwny collllon near
Hockofoller, Hill nnd Gould havo so
cured control of tho Hteol trut nsnpnrt
of a bit; railroad scheme,
lloth side of tho Chicago street car
trlke nro witling to arbitrate, but will
not mnko thu first advance.
Tho National W, 0. T. U. ban starv
d 11 fund to carry on tho agitation for
ousting Bonator Hmoot, of Utah.
Diplomat havo not couflrmel the
movement of Colombian troop on Pan.
nma nnd thoro la llttlo fear of invn.
Tho preiddont has aaked advlco from
tho heads of dopartmonta on preparing
that part of hi moasago dealing with
Tho United States has tendcrod war
whip to thu Colombian ngent nnd Pun
uinii ho thuy can hold peace conference
if they no doalro.
A caucus of Domocratlo mombora of
congress Iiuh decided to support tho
Cuban reciprocity bill, but will try to
bnvo Homo umondmonta mado.
During thu fiscal year which olosod
Juno DO thoro wore 3,653 person killed
and 45,01)7 Injured In railroad wrecks,
against 2,810 killed and 30,800 Injured
thu yuur before.
Tho thirtieth national convention of
tho W, 0. T. U. Is in session nt Cincinnati.
Tho Groat Northern rnllwny has so-
Tllll CANAL THI5ATY.
Substance of the Document Signed by
liunan-Varllla and Hay.
Washington, Nov. 21. Although
tho trenty has not lieou Hindu public,
tho AMOclntcd I'ren I enabled to give
tliu subiitnuco of tho document. It con
sist of Ix'tween 22 nnd 25 nrtlnlus, hut
tho main notut of tho convention nro
contained In the llrst six article.
Tho kevuoto of tho treaty I tho tiro
vision In mie of the very first nrllrle
by which l'niinmii cedes to tho United
Htatcs whatever laud or lands In thu re
public of Panama, this government
shall II nd deslrnhlo In connection w'th
tlio building or the oiMtriitlon nnd main
tenance of the canal. In nddltlon, the
trenty gives to the riilt-lfJntenbund-ant
sovereignty over tho caiml strip,
which. It Is understood, comprises be
tween eluht and ton miles on each side
of tho ninnl. Within this r.one, tho
power of tho United Hlnle Is nbsoluto
as If tho tone wero part nnd parcel of
In general, It mny I hi said that while
the now trenty contains many of the
provisions of the rojectcd Hny-llcrrnn
treaty, It Is not brined on that conven
tion, but follows not only tho spirit,
hut tho letter of the fipoonor net.
Thus, Instead of thu leami for n fixed
lerlod of thn cannl strip, this new
treaty provide for n perpetual grant of
thn right of wny to thn United Mates,
and Instead of a complicated provision
for courts of fixed cotnosltion, half
Amorlcan and half Colombian, to ad
minister justice over the canal strip,
tho new treaty permits this government
to exercise tho moat complete Jurisdic
Permission ntso I given thn United
Htatrs to fortify tho lino nnd the termi
nals, and It mny police It with troops.
That portion of the trenty dwelling
with tho fortification of the terminals I
rather general, but sulllclently explicit
not to lxt misunderstood.
Tho cities of Pannmn nnd Colon re
tain their municipal autonomy under
tho republic of Panama so long n they
maintain public order and sanitary con
dition to tho 'Mtsfncltnri n( tho
United .States. Failure to do this gives
tho United States, according to the
treaty, thn right to'forco striot compli
ance with tho wishes of thl govern
ment In thl direction, nnd tho United
Stntso can even uso force to romol
oltcdlcncc to its rules as to public order
and public health in these cities.
'Tho money consideration Is the same
in the new treaty ns In the Ilay-IIorntn
convention, with tho exception that
the 110.000.000 go to Panama Instead
of to Colombia. The trentv further
provides that tho cnnul is to lie neutrnl
and oxn ot nil nntlnns on even terms.
Keeiotnry liny had n conference with
the Panama minister lato last night,
and tho general terms of tho treaty
wero agreed upon.
CUR11 POR CONSUMPTION.
SIGN NEW TREATY
PANAMA'S AHNISTER AND SECRETARY
HAY MAKE TERMS.
was stir- vr
ry had lie- (?)
In dupll-1 JT
Qxact Text Cannot tie Made Public, but
It Is Known the Terms are Liberal
-President Will Not Send Document
to Senate Until Present Work Is
Out of the Way.
Washington, Nov. 20. Secretary
Hay nnd M. Phlllppo-Iluiia-Varllla,tho
minister of Panama, at I) o'clock this
evening, signed tho Ilny-Iluna-Vnrilla
treaty, providing for the construction
of tho Panama canal by the United
Htates. Tho ceremony occurred in Sec
retary May's study. Thu Panama min
ister arrived nt Mr. Hay's house
promptly nt 0 o'clock, having made nn
nppolntmeiit with thu secretary for a
coniercnco at turn nour. lie was sur
prised to find that tho secretary
lore lilm the treaty cngrovcd
cato. Tho secretary Informed
Vrailla that hu was ready to sign tho
treaty. Tlio minister rend tho docu
ment carefully, and then ho and Secre
tary Hay attached their signature to
The secretary and minister refused
to comment on tho ceremony. Tho
only official admission that can bo hail
is that tho matters of tho terms of tlio
treaty nro practically fettled. Tho
treaty in it text cannot bo made public
at this moment for two reasons:
First lJecauso of tho unwritten law
which obliges tho state department to
await tliu pleasure of the senate In this I
matter of publicity.
reconu iMcanso me ireiueni lias
not yet determined when tho conven
tion shall bo submitted to tho senate
for ratification. Ill present purposa
is to withhold it until there is reason
able assurance that Its consideration
will not olmtruct any of the legislation
for which the present, special sesslonof
congress has lcen called.
M. A. MOODV WINS.
I DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND I
Prices Same as Prinevifle &
Russian Physician I llavlnc Remark
Moscow, Nov. 21. ltenmrknblo cures
of consumption havo recently lxvn
effected In Itussln by Klsel 'nogrnnski,
formerly n mining engineer, nnd now
isH'elnllv licensed hy the Itusslnn toed
Icnl department to practice medicine.
Zngoranskl has given the Assolcntcd
Press nn account of thu origin of his
consumption cure, from which it up-
onr that 30 years ngo ho wns sent to
Sihorln to suiverlntend extensive min
ing work. The medical facilities
thoro wero extremely limited, nnd Zair-
nranskl himself attended to tho medi
cal wnnta ot thu workmen to tho licat
of hi nblllty.
An old foreman 01 tho mine, how
ever, nlwnya took euro of consumption
cases, nnd almost Invariably cured
tnem. mo loremau died nomo years
ago, confiding bis tulwrculoflls euro to
ngornnskl, who continued to use it.
Hearing n rumor'that John I). Rocke
feller, of tho United States, bml offered
nnjimmonso prize for tho discovery of n
consumption cure, he consulted Ameri
can Consul Smith, who, with his broth
er, W. I). Smith, lK'gnn n systematic
observation of tho enses of several pn
tloutM, and cspcclnlly Hint of nn Kng
llsh lndy, nn acquaintance of tho con
sul, who had been given up by tho doc
tors, 8ho submitted to Kngornnskl'ii
treatment, which wna given under pro
fessional medical observation, This
occurred last spring, nnd tho euro ap
pears to Ih permanent.
Ten New Double Stars Discovered.
London, Nov. 21. Tho corresnon-
(lout of tho Dally Mall nt Bydney, N,
w says that Professor Hussoy, of tho
Lick observatory, who has been camp-
tug for several weeks ul (Jnuoblns. has
discovered ten now double stars. Pro
Judge Instruct Jury to Return a Ver
dict ot Nat aullty.
Portland, Nov. 20. Hx-Kepresonti-
tlvo Malcolm A. Moody is acquitted
and exonerated. IWforo tho hearing of
thu enso wns completed, Judge Ilollln-
ger ordered that n verdict of ncnuital
lx returned. After listening to n brief
argument on the essential points in the
action, tlio judgo expressed the convic
tion that there was no evidence to show
that Mr. Moody was guilty of any Il
legal action the transaction through
which ho was alleged to havu cmliexzled
nnd 0H?ned a letter belonging to Mrs.
Margaret L. Conroy. Without prcmlt-
ting tho case to proceed further, he
took tho matter in Ills own hands, com
manded the vrcdict lie prepared im
mediately, and ordered n juror to sign
it for tho Jury.
Ileforo orderlng.tho rnso disposed of
In this manner, the judgo took occasion
to pick to pieces tho chain of evidence
that tho prosecution had attempted to
provo "by inference," nnd stated that
no evidence had boon brought out to
show that thoro wns any illegal design
back of nny act Mr. Moody had per
formed relative to the transaction Involved.
Bend Mercantile Company
L H. GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
Kf Gents' Furnishings, Stoves, Tinware, Saddlery, ft
w Harness jj(j(jijij(jtjtj(j(
GENERAL OUTFITING SUPPLIES, ETC. f
AGENT FOR 1?
RUBEROID ROOFING ' ' $
Cheaper Than Shingles
(w .uoors, window oasnes, uiass,
$ Paints, Oils, Etc.
$ BUTTER, EGGS AND FRUIT
Bend Mercantile Company
$ Wall Street, Bend, Oregon,
PRINEVILLE-S1LVER LAKE STAGE LINE
DICK VANDEVORT, Proprietor.
ON TM0 VCKQO OP ANARCHY.
cured n loan of 17,200,000 for improvo-1 fessor Hussoy regards tho discovery as
mont of tho eyatom. ' of tho grontest importance,
Honduras I Likely to Havo a Revolu
tion at Carly Date.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Nov, IS,
(via Guatemala, Nov. '20, Honduras
is nt present on tho vorgo of anarchy,
una tne conditions nro sucn tlmt a rev
olution may break out at nny time.
Tho governmental parly was complete
ly overwhelmed nt tho recent elections,
nnd tho opposition controls tho legis
lative branch of tho government.
Consequently any measure favored by
tho administration is voted down.
Tho reported intention of Nicnrngua
nnd Guatemala to unite against Hon
duras, whllo apparently unfounded,
has had tho effect of adding to tho gen
It Guatemala wero to tnko the offens
ive alio would lio in n polstion to cause
much trouble, na she maintains largo
forco on tho Honduras bonier. Tho
reason for this is given na a fenr that
Salvador has designs on Guatemala
and tho forco la kept ready to resist
nny invasion.. '
Bulgarian Villages Are Hurned.
Constantinople, Nov. 20, Tho Mus
sulmans in tho district of Kirk-KUIseh
havo burned llvo Bulgarian villages in
rovengo for nn attack mado by tho Bul
garians on tho Mussulman villago of
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Arrive prinovillo 12:00 m
Loavo l'rinoville , 1 p, m
Arrivo Shaniko , 1 a. m
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