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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1917)
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1917
, WORTH TRYING.
Bend '8 next "clean-up" compaign
might do worse than to put into prac
tice some such plan as used by Ala
meda, as set forth in the -following
"Alameda. Cal., has adopted a
plan, in. connection with . its clean-iug-up
movement, of placarding the
- premises of its citizens with signs
bearing the . words, 'dirty,' 'very
dirty,', and the like, to express the
condemnation of the Board of Health
pf the .condition to which reference
is thus publicly made.. . The idea,
of course, is to shame the owner, or
tenant, . Into doing the duty that he
ought to do without especial urging.
"The Board of Health is armed
with full power, and tearing down
the notices is heavily penalized. It
is only fair to Bay that it is not found
necessary to make use of the system
in many instances, but it has proved
effective in stimulating among peo
ple generally a new desire for an at
tractive city which we all want, if
our attention is called to it.
"The force of example is conta
gious, as anyone who has traveled
will realize, there being some cities
that are clean by habit and others
that are quite the reverse, and from
the same cause."
LOSS OF OUIMETTO
GOLF IS GREAT ONE
GRAFT ACCUSATIONS STIR CHICAGO;
POLICE OFFICIALS AND OTHERS ARRESTED
Ousting From Amateur Ranks Re
gretted by Many Was a
Star at Age of 21.
. . .. By H. C. Hamilton
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
NEW: YORK. Jan. 25. When the
United .States Golf Association voted
at its last meeting to uphold its def
inition of an amateur and by so do
ing, put Francis Ouimet on the foot
ing of a professional golfer, it rob
bed amateur golf of one of the most
sensational figures it ever possessed
In this country.
In, spite of the fact that the posi
mendable in that it made no distinc
tion of the golf association was com
tion between Ouimet or some lesser
players, golfers the nation over never
will erase from their memories the
spectacle of a slight youth, evenly
playing his way around a golf course
and defeating Ray and Vardon, Eng
land's two greatest golfers., .
' Francis Ouimet was barely 21
when he accomplished that feat. - He
sprang to fame in a blaze of glory
In a day. He placed American ama
teur golf on a par with that played
UPpE LEFT - FOZMEZ CHIEF OF POLICE
'laWvKI .osX healey -uppek zight -state's rttorhey
tVO W YtlE , LOWEfS'uM IKE DE PI HE " HEITLE& .
Chicago la matly stirred by the accu
sations, of grafting made against former
Superintendent of Police Charles M. C.
Healer. Lieutenant Martin White and oth
ers who were arrested, Warrants were Is
sued for other policemen by 8tate Attor
ney Maclay Hoyna.
Healey .was Immediately released on
bonds f H00.ua. The charges against him
are extortion, bribery and conspiracy. He
was to be reinstated aa a captain of po
lice, with an Immediate leave of absence
of twenty-nine daya. It was announced
this In accordance with a police depart
ment rule granting leave during Investi
gation of charges against officers. For
mer Deputy Chief Schuettler now beads
Mr. Hoyne Issued a statement In which
he wild a "great majority" of the CHptalna
and lieutenants of police of the elty were
Involved In the srandnl.
The former chief, .hoe recent resigna
tion waa accepted, was arrested at hie
home. Lieutenant White, Thomas Coa
lello. alleged go between and personal
agent of the chief. "Mike de Pike" Heltler,
so called "king" of the former weal side
Tenderloin, and William Skldmore, a poli
tician and aaloonkeeier. were arrested In
a raid on Coetello's office.
According to Mr. Hoyne, they were en
gaged In dividing money collected In "trib
ute." Some of the money, he aald, bore
the aerial numbers previously noted by hie
agents while It was In the possession of
In the upper left picture Is Former Su
perintendent Healey; upper right. Slats
Attorney Hoyne: lower picture. Heltler.
in foreign countries. He is a hero.
t Crowns often, have their, bad fea
tures. The glare of the spotlight
sometimes blinds so that it covers
defects. It was so in the case of
Ouimet. Believing himself Innocent
of any wrong doing he became mixed
up in an attempt to establish a sport
ing goods house, committing himself
in snch a manner that his connec
tion was easily established. His
violation of the code was apparent
and there was nothing for the asso
ciation to do but bar him.
There are efforts to bring Ouimet
out of the grasp of such legislation
by offering amendments. The strug
gle was long and hard-fought, but
in the end the rule stood just as it
always had and the boy-wonder of
Brookline was branded a profes
sional. The feat of Ouimet will go down
in sporting annals parallel to that
of Maurice McLoughlin, also barred
in recent rulings of the United States
National Lawn Tennis Association.
McLoughlin went out and . In a
single afternoon vanquished Brookes
and Wilding, the two greatest tennis
players England had produced. He
placed American tennis on the map,
just as Oumit later did golf.
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