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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1917)
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The Daily Bulletin
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GKORRR PAI.MKR PUTNAM Publisher
ROHKRT W. 8AWYEK Editar.Manamr
FRED A. WOKI.K1.KN Ntw. Editor
WKNRY N. KOWI.EK Associate Editor
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1917
COLLEGE , MEN TO ,
MEET THIS EVENING
Effort Will Be Made to Re-Organize
University Club A Large
. Rah, rahs, of the distant past and
recent years will meet tonight. with
the view to reviving interest in the
University Club, which had a flour
ishing existence in Bend about five
years ago. The meeting will be
held In the Emblem Club at 8 o'clock
and all college men are requested to
be present and enlist on the roster.
Plans! it is likely, will be formulated
for future functions and for a per
It is thought that there are more
than 100 men in Bend who have at
tended college for a period of one or
more years, and to bring them to
gether under one organization is" the
plan of the committee of the club,
which formerly existed, that has
caused the step to be taken.
his threatened strike effective
Only one club In the American
league will hie Itself to a new spot
to take off the rough spots. Wash
ington will stop this year at Augus
ta, Oft., InBtead of Charlottesville,
where things have boon for Clarko
Griffith's pennant hopes In the past.
The National league clubs this
year show a more lively disposition.
The Cubs, for Instance, have given
up Florida and will go all the way
to Pasadena, Cal.. to get the early
knocks. In doing this they are dump
ing over the findings of Charles
Comlskey: who a long time ago de
cided that California wasn't doing
a thing good for bis ball players.
He went back to Texas.
" The Dodgers, pennant winners In
her merry-go-round,' undoubtedly
will be immersed In the Hot Springs
of Arkansas for their dally baths.
They will do their training stunts
on the diamond left to shiver by it
self when the Pirates' chucked Ar
kansas overboard. The Dodgers will
have for company' the champion Red
Sox of the American league. " '
' Pittsburgh threw over the Oxarks
and the rest of the Arkansas scenery
In favor of Columbus, Ga.
Born In Germany and
Formerly a Briton, Kahn
Will Be American Citizen
DREDGE IS REJECTED
Astoria Doe-ant Want Portland Boat
"' and Will Build Own. .
(By United Press to The Daily Bulletin)
ASTORIA, Or., Jan. 26. The of
fer of the Port of Portland to sell
its 20-inch dredge to the Port of As
toria for $40,000 has been turned
down because Astoria believes it can
build a better" dredge and secure
more efficient harbor work by con
structing its own harbor equipment.
Bids have been called tor by the
Port to be opened February 6, at
which time Just what kind of dredge
the Port will build will be decided.
' OTTO H.KAHH
BIG LEAGUERS STICK
, TO THEIR OLD CAMPS
Washington ' Only Club to Shift
Training Grounds Preparing
for Coming Season.
(Br United Press to The Daily Bulletin) '
Training camps .and teams to visit
. National League.
Chicago Pasadena, Cal.
New York Marlin, Texas.
Pittsburgh Columbus, Ga. .
Cincinnati Shreveport, La. .
Philadelphia St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brooklyn Hot Springs, ' Ark.
St. Louis Hot Wells, Texas.
" Boston Miami, Fla.
Washington Augusta, Ga. '
Boston Hot Springs, Ark. '
Chicago Mineral Wells, Texas.
New York Macon, Ga.
St. LouiB Palestine, Texas.
Detroit Waxahachie, Texas.
Philadelphia Jacksonville, Fla.
Cleveland New Orleans, La.
' . ' By H. C. Hamilton, '
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
' NEW' YORK, Jan. 26. The big
league club's show little disposition
to make changes, when the time
comes for them to start on the an
nual spring Junket. Seventy per
cent' of the majors will be back at
the old grounds this year unless Dave
Fultz breaks things tip by' making
" To Polish Silver.
To make a good silver polish mix to
gether one-half ounce of fine salt, one-,
half ounce of powdered alum and one-
half ounce of common cream of tartar.
Put them In largo porcelain pitcher
and pour on two quarts of water and
stir nntil entirely, dissolved. Now
transfer the mixture to clean botlles
and cork tightly. Before using shake
well Pour a little of the liquid out
Into a bowl and wash tbe silver all
over with It, using an old linen cloth.
Let it stand for ten or fifteen minutes
and rub off dry with a buckskin. The
sliver will look like new. St. Louis
In.. "Things I Remember" Sidney
Whitman tells among bis recollections
bow on one occasion James. Gordon
Bennett cabled from Paris to New
York ordering tbe discharge of a mem
ber of the staff. The manager replied
asking him to reccnslder the matter,
as the employee in question was indis
pensable. "Discharge every ludlspen
sable man on the paper," was Mr. Ben
nett's reply. "I myself am not Indis
Named In a Suit. -'He's
been named In a suit"
'What! I tboupbt him to be a most
'He is; be's bought some expensive
clothes, and bis tailor sewed the nnme
Inside the coat pocket." Buffalo Express.
A Single One Did Welt Enough.
Mrs. H. Peck Henry. I see I am get
ting a double cbln. Mr. H. Peck On.
heavens! Browning's Magazine.
Photo by American freaa Association.
'Otto H. Knhn, the prominent banker.
member of Kuhn, Loeb dt Co., New York,
who has been a resident of New York
twenty-three years, has filed application
In the county court at Morrlatown. N. J.
hla lersj residence, to become a citizen of
the United States.
Mr. Ksha was born at Mannheim. Ger
many, and after serving In the army and
recelvlns a banking- education In hla fa
ther'a buslnees house, went to London and
became connected with the Deutsche bank
Ha became a British subject. At one time
ba waa offered the candidacy for pnrl!a
mcnt from the Gorton division of Lan
cashire. Mr. Kahn figured prominently In
the news recently In the peace note "leak"
Inquiry, when It waa asserted that he.
with others, profited by advance news of
the president's peace move. He denied the
Alfred Noyea, the English poet, com
plained rather bitterly at a bobemlan
luncheon about certain adverse criti
cisms of his poetry.
I attribute these criticisms to Igno
rance," he said. "These critics are like
tbe chap who was asked by his little
son what hexameters were.
1 'Why,' tbe man said reproachfully,
smrely you're old enough. Willie, to
know that a hexameter Is a public au
tomobile.' "Philadelphia Bulletin.
"Yes, dad r
"In wooing success"
"Remember that's a girl yon gotta
sit np nights with." Kansas City
Tommy Pop, what Is meant by the
sense of humor? Father Tbe sense of
humor, my son. consists largely of
knowing when not to be funny. Phila
' ' Not Flattering.'
He I love yoa better' tban my Ufe.
She- Considering the life you lead, 1
am not surprised. Exchange ,
The man who can be nothing but se
rious or nothing but merry la but half
a man. Hunt.
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Vivisection was practiced in . the
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We invite yoa to call at our store or
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Bend Hardware Co.
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UIHINKHS AND PHOHK8.HIONAL
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Log Cabin Uldg. r.ond, Or.
VERNON A. FORDES
First National Bank Building
Bend, : :-: :-: : Oregon
H. H. DlAHMOND
O'Knne Building, Bond, Oregon
DR. J. H. CONNARN
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Hours 9 to 11. 1 to 6.
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THE BEND BRICK fir LUMBER CO.'
GEOROE S. YOU NO
Civil and Irrigation Engineer
IV S. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 12, First National Bunk
OrcgonTlfc Insurance Company
Homi O'rica. Cohiitt Bloo., Portuano
' District Manager. ,
DR. B. FONTAINE
Larson's Jowelry Store,
Nervous Debility, Stomach Trouble,
- Rheumatism tipccialtr.
DR. C. S. TIGARD
CHIROPRACTOR ( Post Graduate)
Free Examination, Hours, 9 to 12,
1 to 7, K. M. Smith Building.
C. II. BISHOP
Get orders for Spring
Lawn Work and (tai-dcnlng
Postofflce Box 457 Bend, Or.
Writer of all k.nda of Intturancff. Old
ent Insurance Aitency in Central Orc
fenn. H. C. Ellin, Fimt National Bank
Building, Bend, Orejfon.
Spring House Cleaning by
Why not use an
We Have Them! Sold on Easy Terms?
Bend Water Light & Power Co.
Phone 531 ' '
Bend White Pine Sash Co.
' Telephone 441
of a shirt depends large
ly upon the way it is
by us, a shirt will last
twice as long. ,
Our wagon will call in
Phone us, Black 311
, . and Terminal Additions
Lots $10 Cash; $10 Monthly
Houses for Sale 10 Cash and
Monthly Payments like rent
J. RYAN & CO. 0'KSMM'
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