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THE BEND BULLETIN.
UEN1), OREGON, ITIlIDAXt DJ50J3MHKR 4, lOOtf.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
OATIIBKED FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
'Comprhcnlra Itevfow of tb Import
ant Mpnslngi of th PJt Wck,
I'rvatnUd In Comln4 form, MoC
Ukaly to lvrov laUrcitkf to Our
Tlio I'nr Eastern ultuntlnn Ik Ichm ro
Tho nlrlko Hituatloii In Colorado' and
IMah In firnt npirachlnK a orUI.
Tim neunlo In mint to pni tho bill
appropriating fl,r.'ft,006 for tlio 1(0
General lteyen, tlio Colombian roin
inlimloner, linn Arrival in tlio United
Tlio settlement of llm Chicago street
car strike 1 1 1 not resloni iiuriunt condi
tion, an soon an expected.
Colombia linn given tlio rnnninit on
unt company warning not to mill It
right to tlio United Mate. ,
Another orank, who Iiiih Wii dis
turbing tlio president liy writing lut
tors, has Ih-cii placed In nu asylum.
General I'unston reports that liquor
uml tultcreuhMt Is lanrely responsible
for Mil plight of tho Alaskan Indians.
Pension CoinmliHilonor Ware linn ro
dgned. Kverythlng was not going
smoothly for tlio commissioner nu ho
Friends n( O'Duy, tho noted Wyom
ing outlaw, will try to rescue him.
Tho liurlfl him sworn In n largo tmrtt
Iwr of deputies nml In confident of hold.
Ing hln nmn.
Tho secretary of war says Oregon tnunt
secure Iho tIkIiI of way forVlio Dalles
Cofllo canal before tho department will
commence work. Thin nation In vury
unusual, there lcliig no precedent.
Hanator Morgan sevoroly ' criticise
the I'nnninn policy of Itoosorolt.
Bcnator Footer linn received excollcnt
committee assignments for a new man.
Tho governor of Utah will order
inllltla to tho scene of tho inlnlnf
Colon linn )een closed to foreign
hip despite tho protests of foreign
Secretary llltohoook Imn suspended
Another clerk In tho Indian territory
Reports from India toll of a flood of
tlio I'nlnr river which wiped out an en
tiro town. Two hundred persona were
While Kliiff Victor of Italy was leav
ing Ixindon nu obstruction wnit found
on tin) rnllrond tracks, evidently placed
thoro for tho purposo of wrecking his
Senator Mitchell Iim Introduced a
bill currying (40,000 to defray tho ox
jKinner; of testing American timber to
determine tho actual strength of differ
unt sizes and kinds.
The United Blatcs circuit court, in
ncsslnn nt now lork, has decided that
Chnrton Neoly must pay ('.'0,000.
Neely wan convicted of embezxlemont
of postal fund In Culm.
Colombia nccur.es America of being
an ally to rannma reboli.
Wyoming ofllcora have capturod Tom
Oday, of Curry KK fame.
Tho Chicago atroot car itrlko li
down to a baiU of baragnlng.
Tho riillipiilnoii want tariff on many
Articles reduced no acta encourage trad
About 110 Italllan minora In a Penn
nylvaula mine loot their liven by rush
ing back to havo their gold.
Banjo Domingo hni offered to give
tho United States nn Island If alio will
liolp in Hiibdulng tho relwls.
Governor Chamborlnln has cnllinl
an otxrn Henslon of tho Oregon legis
lature to meet December 21.
It in nnid that Senator Ilnnim will bo
n candidato for presidont and if ho can
not win will bring out Horrlck.
Colorado mine ownors uttrtlmto tho
death of two Imhsoh to a doop plot of
utrlkora and offer a reward of $5,000 for
tlio guilty persons.
Tho American Fedorutlon of Labor
linn ro-olected Bamuol Gompora prosl
dent, . Next yoar'a convention will
meet in Hnn ItuhcIhco.
Tom Horn, tho notod Wyoming mur
doror, has boon hangod.
WILL KATIPV THUATV.
(lovtrnnunt ot Panama Takta ImmcdU
to Action on Canal.
l'annmn, Nov, UH, Tlio Junln, com
K)ned of Joiw Aiigustln Arnnngo, Tonins
Arlun and Manuel Knplno.a, held a
mooting this morning, all thohilnlstern
of ntuto nod councillors being present,
and unanimously decided, to ratify tho
canal trenly nn won n It in received
hero and nuthorlw Minister llunn-Vn-rllla
otllolally to triinsinlt tho Junta's
decision to tho United Htatei govern
Tho decision of tho Junta wan re
cetved with Joy throughout the Isth
mils, without distinction of parties or
Itenr Adiuirnln Walker and Glass
have lieen Informal of the action taken
by the Junta.
Minister Confirms It.
Washington, Nov. 2H. Ofllolal con
Urination of the determination of the
I'nnninn government to ratify tho Hay
Ilunii'Vnrllla Panama treaty, an told In
the press dispatches, wan received bv
Minister Vnrllln nt MtflO o'clock today.
The stale department lmlng closed to
day, Mr. Vnrlllit communicated the
news Informally to Mr. Immls( who
In noting cretaty in the itbsenco of
AHOUMUNT TOR NTATHMOOf).
(Jovernor of New Mexico 5howa Trrrl
tory la Rapidly Advancing
Wnnhlimlon, Nov. 28. Tho annual
report of .Governor Otero of New Mexi
co makes n plea for tho admission of
tho territory to statehood. Tho report
sayn that during tho past year tho
building of railroads continued with
unnbnted vigor, and capital mada ex
tensive ImYstmont. The finances of
the territory are in excellent condition,
anil no are those of tho onuntles and
cities, with a few exceptions, caused
by loose methods, nml tho result of
which methods tho oouutlen nru mak
ing every effort to overcome.
The territory, an well us most of tho
counties, Is reducing Its indohtcdnos,
while Hivernl counties are refunding
their indebtedness at a reduced rule of
interest, Tho assessed valuation . of
New Mexico shown an Increase of nliout
11,000,000 over Hint of the preceding
year, but an the average assessment
rato In only nbotit SO per cent of the
real value, tho actual increase of tax
able valuation, owing to tho elimina
tion of double assessments reported In
former years, is nlmost $.'1,000,000.
Tho collections foY the past six months
by tlio territory exceeded Hint of the
same period of previous yearn by about
INrilKNAL MACIIINnS IN MINOS.
Colorado Troops Discover Plot to Wreck
Denver, Nov. 27. -A ejiecinl to the
Itocky Mountain News from Cripple
Creek says the coroner's Inquest in tlio
rase of tho two men killed by tho ex
plosion in tho Vindicator mlno was be
gun today. Tho evidence produced
demonstrated conclusively that tho ex
plosion wan tho result of a plot to blow
up thu mine, but nothing of a doflnlto
character developed to Indicate tho
At fi'.IlO o'clock tlio inquest was ad
journed until 2 o'clock tomorrow nf tor
noon. This afternoon Adjutant-General Boll
stated that n largo amount of evidence
had betm secured for tho trial of tho
men suspected of tho outrage, Tho
genoral nlno ntqted tjmt Infernal ma
ehlncH ready to lw exploded hnd lieen
found In two other mines, and that
there wan posltlvo ovldenco that tho
plot Included five mlnca in nil,
Offer China Troopi,
Loudon, Nov. .2H. Tho Shanghai
correspondent of tint Dally Telegraph
cnblea that tho vlcoroya and governora
of I!) provlncea outnldo ot Chi I.l have
offered tho Chlneao throne 00,000 for
eign drilled troopa to light Iluaala for
ARMY' FOR PANAMA
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO
SEND TROOPS TO ISTHMUS.
Will Prricrve Order on Land and Allow
Warahlpa Now Tliera to Leave -To
do ni Soon at Treaty la Matlllcd
Colombla Still Says Sha Will De
Washington, Nov. 27. -IJon tho
ratification by Panama of tho canal
treaty, tho Ninth and 10 regiments of
infantry, now at forU Madison nndHlo
cum, In Now York, and McPhornon, in
Georgia, and tho Twouty-olglith moun
tain buttery will bo eont to the Isthmus
to Make possession of Panama and
Colon. Tho nurpoM in making provis
ion for rending sold lor in to free the
admirals in command of tho naval
forces from tho responsibility of pre
serving order on laud. "Wore disorders
to arise, threatening tho transit of the
isthmus, Admirals Glass and Coghlan
would have to land marines, and there
by make it necessary to keep their
ships In Isthmian waters longer than
If Columbia should mako an attempt
to send troops overland to the revolted
state, tills government will not wait for
tho ratification of tho treaty. The
mere fact that Colombia undertook to
do anything of that nature would be
considered a menace to free transit on
the Isthmus antl ugalnst tho dictum of
the I'nlted States that tliore must bo
no lighting on the isthmus.
The hiding In growing that Columbia
will declare war against tho United
.States, but no development in expected
Itoforo the arrival of General Ileycn and
It In Iteliovcd that after ho ban been
given olllclal information that there can
bo no backward step In Panama aril ad
vises llogotn to that effect, a declaration
will bo made by the Marnxpiln govern
ment, chielly for the purposo of saving
itself from downfall, and not with any
men oi iioing any lighting.
FOX CIIICAOp TO SAY.
Can Oct Iloth National Political Con-
vcutlona II Wanted.
Chicago, Nov. 27. Chicago can ob
tain both the Democratic and Republi
can national conventions of 1004 if she
manifests a desire to get (hem, accord
ing to politicians of both parties who
have begun to Investigate tho matter.
President Jamc J. Sheridan, of the
Hamilton club, which in moving to He
cure the llcpubllcau convention, stated
today that development to data indi
cate that both national committers
would like an invitation from Chicago.
President Sheridan is at work fram
ing tho Hamilton club committee
which will go to Washington to attend
the meeting of tho Republican national
committee, December 11, to file Chi
cago's bid, and in sanguine that any
reasonable proposition from thin city
will Im) accepted.
from .Milwaukee cornea the news
that the Cream City Democratic leaders
nre growing lukewarm nliout'entortain-
lug tho Democratic convention next
year and have decided to throw their
influence to Chicago. The Milwaukee
men frankly state that Chicago in in
better sluipi) to entertain projcrly a na
tional convention, and that if this idtv
deslrcH tho event, it may count on Mil
wuukeo'a assistance, Chicago sup
ported Milwaukee's claims four year
ago, ana tlio latter Is willing to recip
rocate tills year.
So far, tho local Democrats havo
made no move in that direction, but as
tho Democratic committee haanot fixed
a date for Its mooting, there in plenty
of time to net. Iloth the Democratic
and Republican committees will usk
plodgeH of cash, n good share of which
will lie devoted to carrying on the pres
Chicago may desire to entertain but
one convention, and in that event tho
republican undoubtedly will bo tho one
invited, iiuiBinuch na overturea havo al
ready been inudo to their organUution.
Largo nines Will Reduce Wages,
Morrlatown, Pa., Nov. 27. Notices
have been pouted in nil tho mines of
tho Empire Steel it Iron company in
Mount Hope, Illborutu, and the other
big mlnea in Morria county to tlio
effect that a 10 per cent reduction
would bo mndu In tho wages of nil min
ora, beginning on Decombor 1. Also
that only ono shift of men would be
UBcd whore two formorly worked. Tho
order effocta 3,000 men.
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