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THE BEND BULLETIN.
11UKD, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1903.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
GATIinRBD FROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Comprehensive Review of tho Import
nnt Happenings of tho Past Week,
Presented In Condenicd I'orm, Most
Likely to lruv InUrvilliijc to Our
Tim snhinarlno bout 1'lxlu has
stranded on thu Virginia coast.
A union of women's cluh linn Ih'cii
formed to utmt Hitimtor Hmoot.
Ktnll Itoeskl, one of tlio Chicago liflii
dlt recently arrested, will plead hyp
Tho two Chilean warship atipjwed
to have heen (told to Japan were pur
chased liy Knitland.
Hlx hundred coolies iitllil for Clilnii
from Hun l'rantlaco on tint strainer
Iothlan u fuw days ago.
Japan linn demanded nn answer from
Ilunrln to thu former's Intent notct on
tlm MUneliiirlnn qttcntlctii
An uX'Cnlmu olllulul toll tlm senate
-coinmltteo t mt (leneral Wood changed
laws to meet his own emlit.
Tlio British cruiser 1'lora In ashore
on Viincoiiver Uland and thcru la danger
of her helng n totul wicck.
Although n iiumhcr of Western sen
atom diru to see Hec rotary Hitchcock
removed, I'nsidmt Itoomivolt will not
uk liliu to ito.
Dowlo will Im) forced to take tho stand
nnd give the standing of 'Aim City.
It is claimed hla wife took 17,000,000
worth of securities with her to Aim-
Dow le, tho Zionist leader, has been
forced Into bankruptcy.
Tho United States starids ready to
tondur Itn good olllees to effect a settle
mint between Colombia arid tho now
Tho !hlll)iluo exhibit at tho fit.
Louis fair will Im nn exposition within
nn exposition. Forty ncren nro reserved
for tho Islands nnd every one who ban
neon articles from that Inland expresses
ndmirntlon nt the richness of tlio ox
Tho secession of I'nnninit from Co
lomblu I ro-crhosl In Veneinola nnd
lulnnu, according to n dispatch from
Tort of Spain, Trinidad. It In asserted
by one Venezuelan that tho optHisltlnn
party in Cludad Bolivar contemplated
imitating Pauamans and seceding from
Qermnny ha recognised tho now re
public of rauama.
Hotheads nt Cartcgena would assass
Innto the American consul.
Hountor Mltchnll will call up tho
1005 fair bill enrly thin month.
Hnow la general in Great llrltnln nnd
nil KuroK) haa Buffered from a groat
Hcerotary of AKriculturo Wilson says
credit for favorablo balnuru Is duo tho
Tho federal grand Jury has charged
tho lluvuiliiu legislature with grown
General Brooke has charged Oeneml
Wood with insubordination Iratoro tho
China bolloved Hussla Intends to tako
military occupation of nnd solio tho
railroad near Nlu CJiwaug.
Tho United Htatei supremo court linn
declared valid tho Kansas law making
eight bourn a day in public works.
Kx-olllolals nnd others Implicated In
tho poHtal frtiudit by UrUtow Htrougly
miiiutnlu iuuocenco and ono haa made
n counter chut go,
Tho cdtnto of tho lato Collin 1. Hunt
ington Ih nppralHed ut 2H,n01,705.
DreyfuH has filially triumphed In his
cffortH to secure a Judicial hearing of
Tho title to thu rich Bonanza mines,
of VuldcH, Ih confirmed to tho Aluaku
Lord Itohorts, commnudor in chief of
tho British army, Ih likely to retiru on
uccount of ill health. ,
Several moinhors of congress will op
pose tho plan of KooHovc.lt to reduce tho
tariff on riilllpplno goods.
Colombia will ask Latln-Ainorican
countries to protest against tho notion
of tho Unltod Stut6a, if Itoyoa mission
I OK JOINT ACTION.
Matter of an International Hatchery la
drought Up Again.
Washington, Dec, 6. The secretary
of state today advised Henntor Foster
that ho would, in accordance with bin
lato request, nnd on recommendation of
Fish Coiiiiuicaloner llowem, extend to
thu Canadian mlnlnter of murine nnd
flnherlen and representative! of the flub
crli'H department of llrltlnh Columbin,
nn invilatlou to meet with repren-ntn-tivea
of the Hull coinmlmdoii of tho
dtate of Wanlilngton nnd of thu United
HlateH and consider tho loiiKMH-mllng
projmHltloi) ot cMtnhllfthliig nn iutertin
tloiial nalruoti hntchery on Fraaor river,
CotumlxNlonor llowern baa nil along
taken tho poaltlou that It will ho Im
practicable to attempt to opcrnto a
joint butchery controlled by lotli gov
ernment, hut la willing to do mont
anything that will promote tho Minion
Industry of I'uget Hound, Ho miikcM
It plain, however, that olllclal Infor
mation In hi jwirwkhIoii Indicate that
tho Caimdlan nnd llrltlnh Columbian
nocinte arc not favorably inclined
toward thu cntublMiment of a hatch
ery lit conjunction with tho Mate of
Washington, Mutomcntn by Couiml
aloner Komhaw, of Wnnhlnglon, to tho
Ht'retnry liny intend nt nn early
day to extend nn Invitation to the
Canadian olllclal through tho llrltlnh
emliUDKy In thl city, and If tho Invita
tion I accepted, It In oxcclcd that tho
prolonged llicunlon of conflicting
right of the I'uget Hound nnd llrltlnh
Columbian finhormou may ! finally
UUOW TO WAHS.
Active Move on Toot for an Anglo-American
Wnahlngtou, Dec. 5. The awaken
lug throuhgout the Uniteil Htntci of n
pupulnr Bcntlmont, which It la hoKil
will dovqlop into f national ilemnnd
for nu arbitration treaty between tho
Unltc-d Htatc nnd Great ltritaln, wa
tho object of n gathering: today nt tlm
rcnld'ciice of General John W. Foator,
ex-wcretnry of alate. It la understood
the movement haa tho hearty approval
of the president. Among thoaoprcKCitt
toitay wrro Admiral Dewey, Oenernl
Mllo, Wnnyo McVeagh, Thomaa Ncl
nun Page, GifTord l'lncbof, Henutor
l'rtetor, General II. V. lloynton and D.
Itegnrding tho hooo of tho plan,
which I to Iw puabol vlgorouly, In
the boK) of WH'uring nt nu early dnto
the ronclunlon ol nn urhltmtlnn trcnty,
following tho general lino of tho liny-
l'nnnreloto treaty ot IHU7, tho Arhik'I
ntel rreni In nuthorlred to inako this
"In April, IKOo, n notable confer
ence of tho friend of International ar
bitration wna held in Washington, at
tended by prominent nnd representa
tive rltlroiiH from nil part of tho
Uniteil State, That conference de
clared In favor of nu arbitration treaty
between the United Htutea mid Gn-nt
llrltnln, nnd It wna followed in Janu
ary, 1HD7, by tho algnlng of audi n
trcnty by Hccrotnry Hay nnd Sir Julian
l'auucefote. Tho treaty, by a close
vote, fulled to revolve tho two-thirds
majority required for it ratification.
WARSHIP MAY URINO TRBATV.
Prcildent I Anxloea for Quick Return
of Panama Mcaaurr,
Washington, Dee, 5. Secretary Hay
had u talk with tho president today
about tho development on tho loth
nuiH ot Panama. Hccrotnry Moody
dropped in while tlio subject wna under
consideration. Ah iv result of tho con
ference, it id possible that one ot tho
Uniteil States warships, now nt Colon
will do used to bring tho Panama en
nui treaty, ratified yetenlay at Pan
uma, to tho United States.
Tho authorities hero have decided
that it wiih proper to facilitate in every
way the conclusion of tho treaty, ami,
iulluunced in hoiiio measure by tho urg
ing, of the Panama represuntativea
hero, cabled instructions to United
Htutea Consul General (ludger to assist
in all proper wuya In the dispatch of
tho treaty on its return to Washington.
This is tho explanation of the consul
general's conduct in confiding tho
trcnty to Itcnr Admiral Walker for con
veyance across tho Isthmus from Pana
ma to Colon, Tho trcnty should reach
Washington In tho ordinary course
about December 15.
Wealth for Rootevclt.
Now York, Dec, 6. Presidont Itooso
volt in to receive f 30,000, and his chil
dren, Kermit ami Kthul, $S,000 each
from tho eslnto ot tho lato Jamca Ming
Oracle, an undo by marriage of thu,
SIGNS FOR A CANAL
UNITED STATES TREATY APPROVED
BY GOVERNMENT OP PANAMA.
It Ratification Wa Joyfully Received
Throughout the Isthmui No Amend'
mints Were Made Member of Pro
vltlonal Government OUd Matter la
Now Off Their Hand.
Panama, Dec. -I, In tho grand union
of the government palace, tho treaty
between tlio united nunc and tlio gov
ernment of Panama was signed at 1 1 :3.t
thl morning by thu members of tho
Junta nnd by nil tho minister of tho
republic. No amendment wero made.
Henntor Arrnngo, president of tho nen
ate, was tho first to sign. A numler
of prominent iwraonn wcro present. In
eluding Hcnor Ilrldl, president of tho
municipality of rnnnmn, and General
Huorln, commander-in-chief of tho
force of tho republic.
Tho ceremony wna performed In imb
lie, a nunilier of tho cltlxen ot Panama
crowding tho doom of tho Hilon. A big
Hag of tlio now republic wa dratied he
hind tho table on which the document
wna algneil. Photographs wcro tnkon
of tho principal signer na they at
tached their signature to tho treaty.
Hcnor Arrango announced that tho
(Veaty would not only bo signed, but
tho fact of Its ratification would lie pule
llsbol thl afternoon, which was
done. This announcement wns greeted
with great npplniiHo by tho assemblage.
Immediately In-fore attaching hi signa
ture to tho treaty Hcnor Arrango read n
decreo In whlchj wnn recited tho fact
that nn agreement had been entered
Into iMilwecn Phlllpo Uunnu-Varllla,
representing tho republic of Pauainu,
nnd Secrutnry of Statu Hay, represent
ing thn Uniteil Ktntes. This was fol
lowed by tho text ot tho treaty.
Tho tnemlwra of tlio nravlilonal eov-
ernment nro pliUMsl nrid, gratified that
miu nmiier i now mi vucirnnua.
CUBA MUST MAKB BIO LOAN.
Clalma of the Army for Rack Pay la
Washington, Dec. 4. Herbert C
Hauler, Uniteil Htatea minister to
Culm, called at tho state department
lodny to discus tho Cuban situation
with Hvcrotary Hay. President Palma
la striving to adjust the claim of the
veterans of tho Cuban army for back
pay, but is confronted with nn enor
mous Increase in tho amount of theso
clalma. Originally these claims wore
alxmt 110,000,000, but now Increased
to f 52 000,000. In addition, tho civ
ilians who wcro employed by tho revo
lutionary government beforo Cuban In
dcpcndcuco wag oohioved havo uniteil
to present their claim for compensa
tion, tho allowance of which would In
crease tho total amount which the
Cuban uovornment must borrow to at
Tho committee which wa npotntcd
to float n loan ot (.'15,000,000 has re
turned to Havana, and I now seeking
to modify thu condition of tho loan to
mako It acceptable to New York and
Kuropcan financier, mainly in tho di
rection of increasing the interest from
5 jwr cent to about d or 7 jwrcent or of
lowering below the 00 per cent tho
proposed amount for which tho bonds
wore to Ihj placed on tho market.
SHARP CMINHSa SMUQULQR,
Chin Dow Hint Has Railroaded Many
Vancouver, Dec. 4. What immigra
tion olllcialg consider to lw one of tho
largest smuggling operations carried on
for some timo across the lmundury bus
been exposed by the interception of a
letter to Chin Dow I ling, of Portland.
Tho letter bears tho stanm of tlm firm
of Hum I.oo Wo, of Vnucouvor,
Chin How Hing is belloved to bo the
cleverest Chlnoso in tho husinoss of
getting. Orientals across tho lino nnd
wim hero a month or so ago. His
schomcH of rnllrniidliiL' them llirnm.li
at Clovordnlo and sometimes by launch
or usiiiug nont aro known, but onco
they nro on tho Amroicun side nnd In
possession of certificates it is u dilllcult
matter to obtain evidence sufllcient to
warrant their doportution.
Relieved Japan nought Shlpi.
Sontingo do Chllo, Deo. 4 Tho bat
tleship Llbortad, now undergoing speed
trialn on' tho Clydo, nnd tho battleship
Constitution, now In course of con
struction t,horo, hnvo been sold by tho
Chilean government for t,000,000. It
la bolloved that both shlpa havo boon
purchased for Japan.
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