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THE BEND BULLETIN.
JiKND, OREGON, tfRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1903.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
(MTIIHRIil) FROM ALL PARTS OF TIIB
Comprehensive Review of tho Import
lint Happening, ot the It Week,
Presented In ConJenneJ form, Moit
Likely to I'rove Interesting to Our
Tho Jxiwla nml Clark exposition In
rapidly kInIiik irlunds In tho senate.
Tint senate cnmmittco will recom
mend tlio promotion of (loucrnl Wood.
Tniiiiiinny will put up Bomko Cock
run to surreed MiiyorMtlctit McOlullan
President KooMivtill Iiiim refused tnnl
low u lixlgo if OrniiKUintit to uso liln
photograph on u banner.
l'orry IltHitli nml oilier ox-nlllolnl
nro seriously luvolveil In tint Conrad
IUtiiiiHirto report on mstnl Irregulari
ties. W. A. MoKowon, secretary of tlio
hoard of roKnuts, roblod tlio uutvurlsty
of California of 1 10,000 mul sHnt it on
Tlio friars nro to pit 7,250,000 for
tlilr lands In tlio Philippine. They
urhjlnally osked 113,000,000 nml (lov
oritur Tuft offered tlimii M.000,000.
A Hmito DoiiiIiiIciui plot to kill Mill
tutor Powell linn lcon unearthed.
Boutheru friends of Ilmuin still Imvo
hope that liu will run for prcnldcitt
Mayor Colllmi, Democrat, has been
ro-oleoled mayor of Boston by a largo
J. Henry Iloolli. receiver of tho Hose
liurK, Orison, land olllco will not Iks
Chicago citizen Imvo organized to
put anjuml to tlio lawlonsucsa which
raliitii there. ""
A Connecticut bank cashier, whoso
accounts nro short, on Imlng surprised
by tho bunk oxatuluur, committed mil
clde. President Lntitwt, of Franco, will
vlnlt Homo In April.
Tho. romalns of Horbort 8jcnccr, tho
philosopher, wero cremated.
Murium from tho erulser Prairie
lmvo lwen landed at Colon uml sent to
Tho Utah fuel company anya any
minor who desires to roturu to work
must glvo up tho union.
Bonntor llalloy holds tliat tho Cuban
riMiiproalty bill in Invalid because It did
not originate In tho Iiouho.
Nov. Kdwanl Kvorott Halo, of Bos
ton, has boon appointed ohnplainof tho
iiute for tlio session bcglunlnu Janu
Kenntor Foster has Introduced n bill
tllvldliiK Washington Into two Judicial
districts, north nml Houth. His bill
places Fenttlo In one district ami Tn
count and Spokane In tho otlior.
Tho ootton mllU nt Atlanta nml North
AdniiiH, Mafia., nml Norwluh, Conn.,
lmvo made n 10 pur cent reduction In
wngoa. Tho ortlor affecta 0,000 opera
tlvea. O. M. Btuart la llkley to bi roan
pointed poatmnator at Seattle.
Comment nt Ht. PotorbsurgVinjKooso
Yelt'a message la very frlonUly.
W. J. Bryan nml aon, who nra tour
ing Huropu, hold an audluuco with tho
United States Souator Clark, of Mon
tana, la much Improved and should Imj
out In three weeks.
Secretary Hitchcock may remove J.
Henry Hooth, register of tho llosaburg,
Oregon, land olllco.
John W. Proctor, president of the
-civil service commission, died very ami
donly lit Washington.
Tho sonnto comtnittoo on privileges
ami elections will ask Stnoot to reply
to tho charges made ugalust hint.
Tho national llopubllcan committee
has chosen Chicago an tho convention
olty nnd llxod Juno 21 as tho date.
President llarlrman announces that
Union Paclllo cars will soon run Into
Gonoral MaaArthur la accredited
with predicting war with Gonimny in
tho near futuro,
A ninoteon-ycar-old Vermont lovo
sick boy altlod a woman to slay her
husband so ho could get a home.
A10MIJ MONIIY TO CKATIJU LA KM,
Sccrctnry of Interior Asks Liberal Ap
proprliilon lor Park.
Washington, Dec. 10. Tlio interior
ilepurtuitiiit recognlms that more lllxir
ii I iipproprlntloiis aro necessary for tho
Improvomeiit of thu Crater I.iko Ja
tloual Park than lmvo been made In
tho past. Tlio last sundry civil bill ap
propriated only 'J,000 for this work
ami out of this an uIIomiiuco goes to
tho salary of tho superintendent.
With such a moagro appropriation lit
tle progress can Imj made In tho direc
tion of constructing roads nml making
other improvements which will facili
tate tho access to Crater Lake ami
other joints of scenic Interest scattered
all throiiKh the park. This year, tho
secretary of the treasury hopes to have
nt least 1,000 made available so that
tho Improvements can Imj made tluriiiK
tho summer of 1001.
Mount Italuier National Park In
WashliiKton Is so far without ti superin
tendent, nml, iMiyoml it road survey
iiimlo last summer, little has been done
looking to its improvement. Tlio rcc
retnry now asks for l-SOOO to Ihi ox
pemlttl In tho iimmiKomeiit and Im
provement of this park uml on tho Im
provement of rtmds. Tim Washington
delegation will nsk font larger amount,
although there Is some doubt If thoy
will suct'eed In getting it.
SAW TMUIK WAY TO LIUOKTV.
Arlxona Prisoners Malta a Sensational
Tomlsttono, Arlx., Deo. 18 A sensa
tional jallhreak oceurrtsl hero tonight
ami 13 prisoners effected their Illwrty
by sawing the Jail liars ami breaking
through tho jail walls. Two of tho
prisoners, llert Alvord and W. A.
Stiles, were held ns tho principals In
tho Cochins train hold-uti In this coun-
'iy5n rngorririio f ooncr was under
sentence of two years to tho jciilien
tlary, and the fatter hail nix indict
ments hunglng over him on tho samo
charge. Tho other escajied prisoners
aro Mexicans held for petty crimes.
Tlio prisoners loft in n body, 1 1 ended
toward tho Mexican lino. It was
learned that the lleeing escapes npjiro
priatetl it linrso lolouging to n cltlten
living lx'low town. The Mexicans on
tho ontslde ait) susjiectel of assisting
the prisoners to oseape.
Immediately nfter the alarm two
posses of well armed deputies started
In pursuit. The territorial mngtir
force and nil tho loutl olllcors in tlio
county have Ihmii uotided, nnd orders
havo Ikhiii given to patrol tho Ixmntlnry
lino to prevent the prisoners from
getting Into Sonorn. This is tho sec
ond Jail break mado by Stiles mid Al
vord within a year. Stiles wounded
Jailor llravin nt tho time of tho first
SAYS UKITAIN WILL LOSH IT.
Carnegie Makea This Prediction Retard.
Inc South Africa.
Now York, Deo. 10. At n meeting
hero today of tho Armstrong associa
tion, Andrew Carnegie surprised his
hearers by asserting ho believed (Trent
llrltnin would surely some day loso
South Africa. Ho said:
"It Is about as certain as wo aro liv
ing that Croat Britain will loso South
Africa, liecauso tho Dutch population
theie Is increasing, whllo tho British
aro not. Tho Kafllra won't work.
What would Great Britain give for 0,
000,000 negroes, as peaceable nnd us
loving as those in this country. These
men glvo us about 1 1 ,000,000 bales of
cotton every your and this, I contend,
helps make the United States tho most
powerful nation in thu world, Suppose
a lleot of British warships would attack
uh. Tlio president need only raise his
hand and say stop exporting cotton, uml
tho war would Imj won, What a happy
country this is to havo tho negro,
"My knowledge of tho question loads
mo to tlio opinion Unit no political
monsure can over savo or benoflt tho
negro, Tho Hampton Institute shows
thu only useful solution."
Prlar Land Issue Settled,
Manila, Deo. 10. An ngrcomont has
been reached by Governor Tuft and tho
friars providing for tho sottlomont ot
thu friar land question. Tho popo has
given his approval of tho tonus ot Bat
tlement, ami tho approval of tlio war
dopartmoiit is awaited.
PASSES CUBAN BILL
SENATORS ARB FOR RECIPROCITY BY
llallot la Taken. After a Day of Animated
Debate Spooncr and Ilalley Lead It
Orcal Rejoicing Throughout Cuba on
Receipt ot the Mews There-Street
Parades, Spcechea and Fireworks.
Washington, Dec. 18, Uy tho decis
ive voto of 67 to 18, tho senate yester
day passed tho bill carrying Into effect
tho reciprocity treaty with Cuba. Tlio
final vote came at tho cIohs of tho day,
which was marked by a debate, which,
whllo nt nil times animated, was never
acrimonious. Tho principal sjeeehes
wore mado by 8ooner, for tho bill,
and by Itailey, ngnlnst It. Iloth wma
tors wero subjected to frequent Inter
ruptions. Ilalley roforred to the agreemont of
tho Democratic caucus to stand solidly
on twtrty questions, nnd warned the lte
publicans that in tlio future they could
not depend on straggling Democratic
rotes in support of Itepubllcau jKtrty
measures, regardless of whether they
woio or wero not in neoord with Demo
After tho pAssninj of the Cuban bill
the senato agreed to the house resolu
tion providing for n holiday recess from
December 10 to J.tnuitry -I.
CUUA RBJOICI2S OVIiR NDWS.
Fireworks Are Set Olf and Paradea Are
Formed In Lars Cities.
Havana, Dec. 18. The news that tho
United Status-Cuban reciprocity treaty
hol passed tho United States. senate
and now only required tlio signature of
President Hoosovolt to becoma operat
ive, haa created a profound sensation on
tho island. Whllo tho Cubans havo
lecn assured time nnd again that there
was no doubt of piusngo of measure, tho
delay in reaching a vot).hv tho ecnato
roused apprehension that could not bo
dispelled until tlio cablo announcing
the voto arrived tonight.
The good news wua rapidly spread
through tho Island nnd impromptu but,
at tho same time, very Joyous celebra
tions wore soon under way. In all of
tlio larger cities, street parades wore
quickly organised, whllo in cities and
villages alike, tlroworkn were set off
and speeches made by the loading oltl
xons. It is conceded on nil sides that
tho treaty means tho commercial solva
tion of tho republic of Cuba.
nXPLOROHS FIND NOW LAND.
Antarctic Expedition Declares Present
Mapa Are Inaccurate.
New York, Dec. 17. Dr. Nortlensk
Jold nnd other members of tho Swedish
Antarctic expedition rosceutly rescued
by n gunboat sent to thu Antarctic re
gion by the Argentine government havo
embarked for home on tho German
steamer Tijuon, says n Herald dispatch
from Buenos Ayres, Argentina.
Tlio explorer appeared before the Ar
gentine geographical institute and gave
a description of his voyage. Ho de
clared thu main object of tho expe
dition was not to make n record over
other parties for advancing southward,
but to make it thorough geographical
and bllogicnl study of regions never be
foro visited. As for tho geographical
results, Dr. Nordenskjold said thoy had
drawn tho first map of tho coast from
Bolglca canal to the outh degree. Pass
ing through Iouis Phillppohtud, tho
explorers discovered land adjoining
J.OUI8 PlilUppeluml ana King Uscnr
land. They found also that a canal ex
isted lietwcen that laud nnd Admiralty
All nmps of that country, tho ex
plorer said, so far pbullshed aro inac
curate. Thuro in no broad land, hut
only it narrow strip full of mountains.
Tho whole region is of granite origin,
surmounted by strata, in which fossils
abound. In these fossils aro many sea
mollusks, bones of vertebrates and
leaves of trees. Tlio whole egion
greatly resombles that of Patagonia, ot
which it scorns to bo a projection. No
lako animals of any kind nro found
thoro, but marine fauna nro abundant,
as well as birds, Tlio climate Is ex
ceedingly cold. Winds blow continu
ously, and somotimea reach tho force of
Soo Concerns Sold nt Auction,
Now York, T)eo. 18, Tho assets of
tho Consolidated Lata Superior com
pany, held by Spoyor & Co,, for a loan
of (5,050,000, wero bought in at public
unction by Spoyor & Co, today for $4i
500,000. Theirs was tho only bid,
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