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The Daily Bulletin
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I -.. . BEND, OREGON.
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KRED A. WOK1.KI.KN News Editor
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, .1917
SWISS MUST REPORT
"TERRIBLE AS AN ARMY WITH BANNERS,"
SUFFRAGISTS BESIEGE THE WHITE HOUSE
Reservists Expected to Be Placed On
Border Where Germans Menace.
(Br United Press to The Daily BuUetin) '
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. Swiss
Minister Ritter ordered the reserv
ists on conditional leave, to report
immediately. Three additional Swiss
army corps will be mobilized Janu
ary 24. He believes that the new
troops will relieve the units already
London reported that large Ger
man forces are massed on the Swiss
MANY FROM RANKS
(Br United Preaa to The Dally Bulletin)
HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 20. Or
ganized labor has two score union
men among the 207 members of the
Pennsylvania House this winter.
They say that the House is the battle
ground and that they will have little
trouble In the Senate with anything
put through the House.
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SUFFRR6IST5 HSSEMBLEO FPU OU TY RND DOING PICKET SERVICE H7 WHITE HOUSE GATE
SOLDIER CLEARS UP
Photos by American Press Association.
The White House has been picketed be
fore, but never until now by surfragtatfli
It was placed in the beleaguered state un
der the new "silent sentinel" campaign
begun by the Congressional Union For
Woman Suffrage a an outgrowth of the
failure of President Wilson to declare In
favor of the proposed federal surf rage
amendment when he received a delega
tion of 300 suffragist leaders at the White
first guard mount of the suffrage
sentinels marched across historic Lafay
ette square a few minutes before o'clock
In the morning, under command of Miss
Mabel Vernon. The detail consisted of
six young women. The sei-cranl of the
guurd for Its first day of picketing was
Miss Mnry Oertrutlo Kendall of Halllmore.
Twenty-four suffragist, besides the offi
cer of the day and the sergeant of the
guard, were utilized. Twelve were on pick
et duty In the morning and (he others In
the afternoon. 8IX were stationed at each
of the two main gateways east and west
from which the semicircular roadway
leads to the main enlrnnce to the White
House. Each of the sentinels carried a
banner. Two banners of yellow bunting
at each gate were Inscribed with the
words, "Mr. President. What Will You Do
For Woman Suffrage?" Flanking each of
these bunners were (wo others, displaying
the sunrage rolora purple, while and yai
iowbu( bearing no Inscriptions.
President Wilson was one of the first to
enter the western gale after the sentinels
went to their poata. He was returning In
a sedan motorcar at 10 o'clock from a
game of golf and seemingly Ignored the
presence of the pickets when he pasaeil
them. One of the eenttnela. when aaktd
whether the president amlled as lie passed
thrnush the gate, replied:
"Not so that you could notice It. He
was ulterly oblivious, apparently, of our
20 YEAR OLD PUZZLE to England to face what might mean
Virile and erect at 40 when he
fled from Aldershot, Greener is in
the 60s today, but still erect and sol
dierly. His temples are whitened
and there are lines in his face. He
wears the simple uniform of the
Sappers and is soon destined for
his further "comeback" In northern
BritiMli Deserter Comes Back After
21 Years, and Receives Only
y.-;y: a Might Sentence.
;! - - By J. W. Pegler,
: (United Press Staff Correspondent.)
. LONDON, Jan. 20. Disappear
ance from the army under a cloud, 21
years a' "mystery man" in South
America and now ancient British
court records are skeins revealed to
day in the story of the man who came
Friends of Sergeant Major Green
er, Royal Engineers, have just learn
ed the whole truth in connection with
Greener's sudden leave from his bat
talion headquarters at Aldershot in
The irresistible lure of the great
war which called the deserter from
a remote part of Chile, caused him
to appear before a courtmafHlal again
at Aldershot, just 21 years and three
days after he was officially reported
missing -on the barracks room bul
letin board. Desertion usually means
death but this courtmartial had only
the heart to reduce Its victim to the
rank of private.
- In his isolated rendezvous the tales
of European battlefields reached the
deserter and the call of the army
was overpowering. It drew him back
angs by Mrs. S. B. Graham and Mrs.
Louis Bennett wero greatly enjoyed.
As a feature of the evening, was
the .roll call, each guest giving his
or her name, former residence, and
time ot coming to Bend.
START ON HONEYMOON
TO TREASURE ISLAND
ROGUE RIVER PEOPLE
PLEASED AT REUNION
More Than 60 Present at Banquet
Given Last XiRht Affair May Be
Duplicated In Near Future.
With Louis Bennett presiding,
some 60 former residents of Roeue
(Pr United Press to The Dallr Bulletin)
CHICAGO. Jan. 20. John T. Mc
Cutcheon, cartoonist, war corres
pondent and soldier of fortune, who
was married here today to Miss Ev
elyn Shaw, has always had a hanker
ing to live in the haunts of pirates
and buried gold. That left him
choice between New York City and
Treasure Island. He took the Is
After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
Island." This romantic little splotch
of land stands up from the sea five
miles from Nassau, Now Providence
and Is In tho mldnt of. British lurrl-tory.
River valley gathered at the Wrieht to the land ne ha dreamed of ever
hotel last night for their first ban-;8lnce ne aea nis ooynoou Drig un
quel and reunion since coming to
Bend. The affair was considered
so successful that It is thought prob
able that future gatherings of the
kind will be held.
H. H. DeArmond delivered the ad
dress of welcome, J. A. Eastes cave
a forecast of the future of Bend, and
addresses were given by O. yf.
Shriner and Walter Fergu&an. ' A
piano solo by Mrs. R. S. MCClure, a
vocal solo by Claud Metz, and read-
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HOURS 8:30 A. M. to 8:30 P. M. Hunduys, 0:00 to 5:00.
tier tne skuii and crossbones over
the hills and di.l:s of Indiana.
McCutcheon recently bought Salt
Cay, the Island of the Bahama group,
perhaps better known as "Treasure
Son Gets Play Coat .
Built Just Like Daddy's
I ' '
A MANLY EFFECT.
Cut of an English tweed, yoked In the
back, semlrltted, patch pocketed, sonny
boy's coat, worn over a piny sweater,
makes a serviceable one for school wear.
Big bone buttons close It and draw our
attention to the ewaKver belt.
. We invite you lo call at our More or
phone and get out pneea.
Then you will be a Heady customer.
H. P. Smith' 5 GROCERY
Milk for Infants and
Invalids a Specialty.
Phone Black 1531
OREGON FUEL CO.
Phone Red CC1
Bend Hardware Co.
THE UNITED WARE
Storage snd Forwardlnf , General Cent
We esrry Oil, Gssellne, Bufsr, Flour,
Salt Meals, Hans,' Bacon and Lard.
QUAKER STATE MAY
(Mr United 1'reu 'to The Dallr PulMIn)
HAitiMsuima. ru., Jim. so.
I'niinHylvuiiln, always uppt'iirluu; en.
tlrrly "black" Indicating thut It Is
wet, whoa tiiniperaiii'ii people unikn
up a mitp of the Union, may slay
that way uiiIimh tho present lcKlxla
turo fools folks.
Liquor licenses nra In tlu bunds
of the rouuly Judges. For a dncudii
lii nl option, with a county unit, has
lii'eii fought iivijr In tmih legislature,
(lovermir IlrumbiiiiKh la in favor of
loenl option, but Ills friends udiiilt
thut the hill which the untl-Hulinin
leiiKii" will Introduce this winter will
meet with us hard a fight us It met
two years uko. It niUHturnd less
I linn four scorn votes In the House,
Open evoliliiKS 7 to 9 p, m.
Log Cabin Hid-. H"d. Or.
VKUNON A. FOIIDKB .
First National Dank Building
Bend, l-i , l-l ' Oregon
(Jefferson County Itecord.)
A small fire at the Pilot llulte Inn
caused a .triple-headed commotion
early this morning In Ueud. lleml
expansionists better expeditiously
expend extraordinary exertions to ex
terminate the god of extlnrtlon or
It may put an end to Its expansion.
H. II. D A it M O N D
O'Kano Building, Uund, Orogou
Ad Old Fashioned Shape
Revived I or Modern Wear
Skunk, cleverly arranged In a circular
effect that slver both volume and modish
scallops. Is the fur used for this deep cape.
Hilts In the front allow freedom of anna,
and a doep collar costee the ieck.
DR. J. II. CONNARN
Office In Bother llulldlng.
1 lours t to 13, 1 to 6.
Hunduys and ovonlngs by
UKO RUB 8. YOUMO
1vll and Irrigation Kngiumr
V. H. Mineral Hurveyor.
Room 12, first Nnllonul Dauk
QrtgOnllfC Insurance Company
Houi Omen. Cohiiktt ItbO.. Pouilaso
Writer nl all kinds ot liuuranre. Old.
ml Insurance Awfttry in tVntral Or,
son. II. C. Kill.. Mrat National Hank
llulidlns, tend, Urnmn,
C. II. HI SHOP
Utit onlers for Bprln
Ijwn Work anil Uanlnnlng
i'tistofflco Ilox 457 llend, Or.
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