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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JSKND, OHJCGOtf, FItlDAY, DECEMBER 18, 30(KJ.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
(MTIIUKM) FROM ALL PARTS OP TUG
Comprclicnalvo Review of (he Import
ant Happening of the I'tut Week,
Presented In Condensed I'orm, Most
Likely to Prove Interesting to Our
Spokane U on tlio vorgo of n hcrlous
Tlio attending physicians certify Hint
Herbert nK)iii'vr illou of Mmllo iiuuny.
Tlio nppolutiticnt of flenornl Wood to
ltccumn major general has again leon
Milt lo tlio HllllltO,
Anotliur itntiucconftiil attempt ha
lieen made with tint lnngloy Hying inn
chine. Tim airship In lying nl tlio lot
loin of tliu Potomac rlur, n totnl
Iiiillnnn scholars cut n hole In tlio Iro
of n Niml near tlio school house and nf
tor tying tlio feet of thu teacher placed
htr In the water. She was reined
half nn hour Inter nenrly dead.
At the Inauguration of TJovornor
Jllckhntu, of Kuutuoky, some of hU
1'iiKiiilfM turned looto 2(1 skunk in the
vicinity of the rapitol In nn endeavor
to break up thu crowd witnessing the
Germany In much pleased with tlio
message of thu president.
An InilojK'iiilent eoniMiny to flwlit thu
iMi'f triiht In to lx established In tit.
A I lor nn elapse of 10 moiitlin tlio
Tracy reward is to lo paid by the state
I'lUltr TO Till! IIITTUK UNO.
Dow In hat straightened out
financial tangle mid thu receiver
Ittissln has nindo n counter iiropoalt
Ion to the demands of Japan, which, It
It ballnved, will bo accepted. -
American marine have gono Into
camp near Panama, and thn Colombian
Invasion linn revolved n not back.
Thu secretary of war ban asked con
gress for 11,000,000 to deepen the chan
nel through Wrntiol Narrows, Alaska.
Ilevenuu figure cent to the sonata
bow that the nation can I Unroll
recognise thu fair, and then be Mt 111 dimp
ly in debt to Oregon on a re von no
Thu Panama canal treaty ban started
on Hit way to tlio United State.
Jnpnn his postponed tlio meeting of
thu diet in thu Iiojhj of receiving nn
answer from Husshi,
Hath houses of congress enteral upon
regular from sicclnl session without
any notable transition.
Dowlo alleges Ida asset are four
time hi liabilities, nml makes an
offer to hottio with lit n creditors.
Secretary Shaw estimates tlint tlio
entire appropriations needed for gov
eriiinunt um for 1005 will bofUSMO:!,
Tlio steel trust will reduce expenses
a hundred thousand dollars a year by
dismissing n mimlHT of ''Carnegie'
MlulHter I.llton, of Caunda, declare
that country Ih loynl to llrltnln and
regret Hh liifantliio nttltudu over Alas
A party of Colorado nonunion minor
woro ambushed near Trinidad. Of flvu
only ono OMOiiptHl to give thu alarm.
The Blierlll with bloodhound linn gono
to thu Hceiiu.
Conference Ilclween President Mitchell
and (lovsrnor Without Avail.
Denver. Dee. II. President John
Mitehull, of thu United Miuownrkor
of Atuericn, and Governor Pcnhody had
n conference lasting three-quarters of
nn hour today, nnd tonight thu settle
incut of thu iitrlku I u far distant an
Mr. Mitchell Informed the .governor
Unit thu strike will conlinu) to the bit
ter end, nnd tlio governor Just at posi
tively informed thu strike loader that
bo will tolerate no vlolrnco, but will
order out thu troop at the II mt tirovo-'
While the conference enmo to nauubt, J
liotli Uovernor rcalMMly and rrcHldout
Mitchell exprexHMl theinneh'e a
jienw with the Interview, ench nny
Iiik he hail n better conception of tho
ponltlon of tho other. Mitchell re
fiiMil to dUciiM tho conferenco other
than to nny that bin tnllc watr very
After thu conference Mitchell loft for
Chicago to attend a conference there In
thu Intercut of thu Illlnoln miner. An
to hi reliiri to Colorado, be In unde
cided. KpcakhiK of bin talk with
Mitchell, Governor Pcalwdy Mid, to
night: "Tho conference wo very plcanant,
although productivo of no remilt. At
Hn conolunlon, President Mitchell
ntnted no far an be can m-o there in no
liiiiiitxllato probability of settlement of
Thu governor added that when bo
nuked Mitchell If ho had any nuggen
tlnn to make tho latter mid bo believed
If n committee of tho minor could meet
with tho oiKirator nnd talk over tho
nltuation, n nottlcincnt might bo
TURKISH POLICE GROSSLY ATTACK
Affair (I ret Out of Arrt of Naturalized
American They Were Hoarding De
parting; Steemer When Officer later,
cepted Them an J Moit llrutat Attack
Folluwi-KfUtlon are Severed.
PAVOK TO MIVUHS.
Secretary Shaw Make KecommVnda-
lion for Northweit.
Wnnblngton, Dec. 0. Among eti
maten nubinllted to congrc today by
BicrcUry Hhnw nro recommendation
for tho appropriation of (600,000 for
continuing tho improvement of tho
mouth of thu Columbia river, tho namo
amount for tho Willamette and Colum
bia river Ik-Iow Portland nnd f 300,
000 for The Dalle-Cclllo canal. Other
Willnmetto and Yamhill, (00,000;
Coqulllo rlvor, (30,000; Coon river, C,
000; Clatikanln river, (500; Columbia
rlvor below Vancouver, (10,000, Co
lumbia river at Caonden, (H0.000;
Upper Columbia and Hnake, (10.000:
Coon bay, (00,000; Tillamook bay,
(10,000; Pugot Hound, (30,000; Tu-
coma harbor, (6,000; Olympla hnrlmr,
CYiOO; New Whatcom, (.15,000.
Gray harbor, (30,000; Wlllapn
river, (5,000; Oknuogan nnd renti
OMteillo river, (7,600; Co wilt x and
Ixiwln river, (7,000; Itcntal tempo
rary Portland pontolllce, (24,000;
Knlem Indian tchool, (108,810; Pugot
Hound navy yard, $3'.M),600; nubiunrlno
cable, Hitkn to Foit Llreuni, (321,680.
Tim appropriation nked for nggre
gate (024,606,140, un ngninnt (680,180,
112 nidsed for tho year ending in 1004,
and (006,280,000, thu amount of tho
appropriation for that year.
INDIGNATION AT ROOOTA.
An anldemlo of dlphthvrln nt Htnn
ford unlvernlty Iiuh put 12 In tho lion
pltnl. l'opo Piun In trying to itecuru more
cordial lelntloiH iHitnecu Franco and
Tlio IlrltlNh codriiI flndH tho outrage
in Congo Free Hlate fully equal to thu
Tlio wngen of nomethlug liko 14,000
minor nt Illrminghutn, Ala,, have
I icon reduced.
Mnro creditor of Dowlo have como
to lilnr chciio nnd it I thought ho will
yet coiuu out nil right.
Hcorotnry Hitchcock rotiiHcn to rein
ntntu Ana II. TIioiiiiih ih receiver of tho
Ln Grande, Oregon, lnnd.tylleo,
Hunntor KoHtqr, of Wnnblngton, linn
Introduced n bill giving tho Puynllup
Indiana' tho right to noil or lease their
Prctldent Koovcvclt's Recognition
Panama Severely Crltlclied.
llogotn, Dec. 0. Secretary Hny'n
Htutement Itiaued Novemlntr 0, regard
ing tho action taken by President Itoon-
evolt In recognllxng tho provlnlounl gov
ernment of Pnnnnm, in which tho dec
retory declared that plain duty dictated
that thu prenident nbould act a ho had
Inuo in tho circumstance, ban lust
won puullRheu hero ami Ih caualng gen
Tho llogotn nuwHpapern crltlolno It
ndvertiely nnd declare that It irf Inukiug
In Ingle nml vernulty. Government
olllclaln uy that hIiico tho wnato failed
to approve tho canal trotty no over
ture had boon inndo to tho American
government lniyoiid tho declaration of
thu llogotn government that it wiih pro
paied to begin uegntlatlona for n now
canal treaty ut tho earllent posHlblumo
inont. KleetlouH for inombornot tho elector
Inl college, by whom n now president
will bo chosen, will tnko placu noxt
Contnntinoplo, Dec. 10. Tho United
Slate flag over tho consulate nt Alex
nndruttn, Asiatic Turkey, line been
hauled down, and Consul Davl has left
hi pout for Ilclmt, in consequence of a
serious dlpolamtlc incident, during
which Mr. Davis wnnjn suited and
saultcd by tho local ollce.
Tho affair grew ou of tho arrest of
an Armenian, Chnnncn Atlarian, a nat-
urnllred American cltlen. Attnrlnn
had ix-cn In prison at Aleppo during
tho last two months, and had just been
liltcratcd through tho intervention of
tho American consular agents on condi
tion of bis leaving tho country forth
with. Mr. Davl was accompanying
Atbtrlan on board a departing steamer,
when tho police intercepted tho party,
assaulted and Insulted Mr. Davis, and,
despite tho resistance of the consul and
his attendant guards, ream etc I Attar
Ian nnd took him back to prison.
Mr. Davis immediately lowered thn
flag over tho consulate and formally
broke off relation with tho Turkish
authorities by quiting Alesandrotta
and leaving the consulate in chargo of
thn vice consul.
A number of Moslem sciied on tho
occasion to tnaka hostile demonstra
tion against tho consulate nnd against
tho Christian generally.
Tlio focal nuthorltffa assort Mr. Davis
ntiuck the jhiIIco with n cane, and that
nfler tho rearrest of Attarinn tho con
sular envnsnen (military courier) at
tempted to rescue him, and in tho
frncan which ensued tho envaese broko
tho windows of tho prison.
Tho matter is engaging tho energetic
attention of tho United State legation
hero. Mr. Lelshman hn made urgent
representation to tho porte.ond i now
awaiting n full report before tnklnir
further step. The outrage, it I nn-
uciaiei neni, win lean in ntrong no
tlnn nn tho part of tho United State
to obtain full reparation, especially nn
full satisfaction for tlio Ilcirut nffair
ban not yet In-en given.
1 DO YOUR TRADING IN BEND I
Prices Same as Prineville
Bend Mercantile Company
A. SL GRANT, Manager
Carries a Complete Stock of General
Cimrpricc. PrivicJrmc Tirtr flrwJe T 'lAlec ini4
Gents' Furnishings, Stoves, Tinware Saddlery, fir
S? Harness jfijt,jfijt.jijjtjjt&
GENERAL OUTFITING SUPPLIES, ETC.
Cheaper Than Shingles
Doors, Window Sashes, Glass,
Paints, Oils, Etc.
BUTTER, EGGS AND FRUIT
Bend Mercantile Company
Wall Street, Bend, Oregon.
PRINEVILLE-SILVER LAKE STAGE LINE
DICK VANDUVERT, Proprietor.
BATCM OP DILLS 1IY CU5IIMAN.
Russia Recognizes Panama,
Ht. Petersburg, Dec. 1), United
Rtntrs Ambassador McCorincik ban
been oflleially notified of ItuRsin'B re
cognition of tlio lopublio of Panama.
Thu sinin of tho decreo was ono of
tlio llrsUnutH of tlio czur nfter lila re
turn boro from Hkiornicwlc on Satur
Wnsblnitton, Dec. II. ltcpresentativo
Cusbtnan, of Washington, today Inl re
duced thu following bills:
Increasing the limit of cost of the
publlo buildliiK nt Taeoum to f 1,000,
000, nnd nt Kpokano to 11)00,000 ; pro
viding for the erection of public build
itiKt nt Olympla, Alwrdecn, Kvorett
and Jlclllnglmin; to establish n mill
tnry post nt American lake; dividing
the state of Washington Into two Ju
dicial districts, north and south; entalh-
llthing n mint nt Tncoum; enlarRlng
nnd Improving the Puynllup Indian
school; creating n game preserve in tho
Olympic mountains; to construct n
government bridge across Spokane riv
er: appropriating f 100,000 for the im
provement of Mount Itainler national
park; establishing u life Paving station
at Cape Flattery! amending tho con
stitution to provide for tho election of
United States senators by popular votoj
Alnsknn dolegato bill; providing n ter
ritorial government for Alaska; appro
priating f 150,000 for n tutlmon hatch
ery ln Alaska; prohibiting tlio location
of mining claims In Alaska by power of
attorney; making nn appropriation for
government roadways in Alaska.
Venezuela May Invade Colombia.
WllloiuBtnd, Island of Curncno, Dec.
11. Tlio Venezuelan government has
purchased 15,000 rltlea and 1,000.000
cnrtrldgos, nnd it Is roported la prepar
ing to invade Colombia in case of war
between tho latter country nnd tho
United States. '
tllllllt I S. Bill II MSSEIMS
Leaves Princvlllo Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridays. Freight and passei.
5ers wuybilled for Bond, Lava, Itosland and Silver Lake. Good rigs, careful
C. I. WINNEK, Agent. ,
Timouan prom bend to shaniko in one day.
SHANIKO-PRIHEVILLE QTflfiF I IMP
PRINEVILLE-BEND O I H U L L I IH L
BOOTH & CORNETT
Leave Shaniko 0 p. m
Arrive Prinevillo Ou.m
Lcavo Frlnovlllo 1 p. m
Arrlvo Bond 0-Op.in
Leave Bend C;S0a. m
Arrive prinevillo , 12:00 m
lA'avo Prinevillo lp.m
Arrive Shaniko...... la, m
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES REASONABLE.
CLAIMS ESTIMATED AND SOLD ESTIMATING A SPECIALTY
KING & HUINTER
Timber Cruisers and Land Locators
SANFORD'S CASH STORE
OARKIES X BIO LINE OV
dcnernl Merchandise, Groceries, Clothing, Furnishing Goods
Call on llta Prices Right.