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THE BEND BULLETIN
Fair tonlKlit and toiuorruw;
BULLETIN r 1
PHONE NO. 201
1IKNI), l)KH( 'IIL'TIOH 50UXTY, OKKUO.V, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEIIKU
GERMAN ANSWER TO WILSON IN 24 HOURS
iy b, belief mmm
Von Bernstorff's Prediction
Is Recalled In Capital
ALL AMERICANS ADVISED TO LEAVE, GERMANY
AT ONCE SPAIN AND SWITZERLAND WILL
NOT MiEAK OFF RELATIONS HUGE
(It liilnsl -rr i The Dully Bulletin.) ,
WASHINGTON, I). C, Feb. 6. Germany's answer to
the breaking off of diplomatic relations by the United
States, is expected within 4 hours. It may be a declara
tion of war. Officials here believe that war is inevitable.
Ambassador von Hcrnstorff is known to have recently
reiterated his assertion that Germany would declare war
in the event of an open rupture between the two countries.
The United States government is. rapidly completing
war preparations. A cabinet meeting is being held this
The torpedoing of the Evestone is taken as conclusive
evidence that Germany actually is waging ruthless war at
sea. Official State department reports confirm the news
that a German submarine jihelled the crewJn the lifeboats,
killimr Richard Wallace, an
This is contrary to all international law, despite the fact
that the Evestone was a British naval collier.
Tension in officials cricles is running higher. The ad
ministration has requested full details. The State depart
ment has cabled Ambassador Gerard, advising that all
Americans leave Germany at once.
It is reliably intimated that Spain and Switzerland will
not break their diplomatic relations with Germany, as sug
gested by President Wilson. They will remain neutral
because they arc handling German and American inter
ests. Spain is scheduled to publish an outline of her po
The House Inter-State Commerce committee reported
favorably on the Adamson bill, providing a military draft
of railroad employes in the
the mediation conciliation
Senator Poindextcr told the members of the upper
House today that the Japanese crisis overshadows the
German danger. The immigration bill, he said, leaves the
Japanese situation doubtful. The Japanese government
1 1 11 l l I 1. Ill ! l-A JImamHu n4 InmnnAaA
naS COmpiainetl UlUt UIC uiii in uuku uutny . aaiiaiiun:
immigration, and a further protest is expected.
Under stress of a national emergency, the House almost
unanimously passed Representative Padgett's Naval com
mittee report. The action is taken as assuring the passage
of the measure. Appropriations include $1,250,000 for
machine guns, $1,000,000 for anti-aircraft guns, and
.$6,000,000 for arming auxiliary cruisers.
The measure authorizes the President to commandeer
NEUTRALS HIIOULD HE THANK
FUL FOR SUBMARINING, SAYS
nrmc uerman secretary of
TATIC SPAIN PROTESTS.
NO WAY BACK
HHt United Press to The Dully Bulletin)
1VERLIN, via Bnyvlllo, Fob. 8.
The officials news agency horo quotes
Socrotnry ot Btato Polforlch an Bay
ing. "There Is now way bnok. We
rthnll go forward to the-end. We
nro convinced that noutrnla should
ho thankful, and consider submarin
ing an efficient ranups of shortening
the war. It will break English tyr
anny on tho seas, and wo shall do
everything to destroy Engllah brutal
Ism." rolfnrlch's statement Is In. accord
, with tho views expressed yesterday
hy Sooretary of Foreign Affairs Ztm
, mormon, In regard to the Uorman
Asks Details On
event of war, and enlarging
board for the settlement of
on lam page.)
BEND IS ACCORDED
Will Ho Important Point In Tourist
Routo In Central Oregon Dur
ing Coming Season.
. Most favorable mention of Bend,
and Central Oregon Is contained in an
article in the Pacific Somaphoro, the
official, publication ot the O.-W. R.
& N. employes club In Portland. The
article Is Inspired by tho nearlng to
completion ot the new Pilot Butte
Inn ,and Bays in part as follows:
Tho acquisition ot this fine Institu
tion by Bond Is especially opportune
and fortunate from a tourist point of
view, as It affords a very convenient
and attractive I tor mod Into station to
Crater Lake by way ot tho Doschutes
route, thus completing one of tho
moBt brilliant tours In all the wost,
either for rail or auto excursions.
The trip from Portland to Medford,
thence to Crator Lake, Is already
woll known and extremely popular.
The remaining portion ot the clrclo
will make Bend the tlret stop, thonco
down the Deschutes to The Dallos,
thenoo down tho Columbia over the
magnificent Highway, Including a
short side-trip Into Hood River Val
ley, Mount Mood Lodge and Cloud
QUO WARRANTO SUIT
(in Hlnillffi f I'D" or Bridge,
trill offer no further opHwltliin
to DcKcliutoH county, It u
Icurueil today. Mr. Hludlg, who
originally iUCtloiied tlto coun-
t)V Identity, through a null In
quo Hurrunto, nun In Bond thin
iirtcriKMin, and rnado arrange-
mem to withdraw tho com)
from tho circuit court. .
U. S. SHIP STOPPED
BY GERMAN U-BOAT
Wtntwcgo I" Spared, on Surrender
ing Three Hurrelii of Lubricat
ing Oil Vcfcwl Shelled.'
( llr United Preu to The Dally Bulletin)
LONDON. Keb. 6. The American
consul at Liverpool reported today
I hut a German submarlno halted the
Amurlean Mteumer Wcstwcgo, and
threulened to sink the vessel. The
shin wus spared, however, after the
conininiider surrendered three . bar
rels of lubrlcuting oil to the under
Tho Admiralty announced that the
U-40 fired five shots at the West
wego, but fulled to hit.
IN RAID ON BRUGES
( lly United Prau to Th. Dully Hulk-tin)
LONDON. Feb. 8. Tho Admiralty
announced today, thnt the British
Naval aeroplane squadron raided
Bruges on Friday, throwing bombs
on torpedo boats, buildings, and the
docks, and starting a large tire. An
other raid was conducted on the to-
FRENCH GAIN SLIGHT
(lly United Press Is Th D.llr Bulletin)
PARIS, Feb. 6. It was announced
today thnt French raiders penetrat
ed tho enemy's lines at three points
In Alsace, destroying many dugouts.
Two of the enemy's raidB on the
right bank of the Mouse were re
pulsed. Quiet prevails elsewhore.
"LEAK" INVESTIGATION BROADENS INTO
EXAMINATION OF ALL EXCHANGE DOINGS
Photos by American Preu Association.
Th Inquiry In New York city by tbe
rules committed oftthe nations! houao of
mprosentntlvea Into th Wllion peso not
'lnnk" and tho accompanying break of
prlaes on th Stock Kxohung developed
Th bonrd of sovornor of th NW Tork
Rxohange, after formal protest, was com
pelled In th fnco of th threat of tho
lnauanctt of subpoenas to ftvery member
of the exohstiK to request all members to
prepar for th oonKrcaa committee a
atntemont of th stock deallnK of every
client between Deo. 10 and Deo. Conclu
sive, the period Immediately preceding
nd following th publication of th pres
ident's not to th warring power asking
for a statement of their peace terms, Th
xahang governors also requeued every
SON IS REGAINED
BY MOTHER A ITER
Sheriffs of HeM'liutcH und Crook
Counties l,ociito CliurleK I'rult
In I'rlnevlllo Vicinity.
The return of 18-year-old Charles
Pratt to his mother In this city, who
had alleged In a complaint to the
authorities that her son hud been
lured away by Mrs. Lottie Short, of
Prlnevllle, was reported this morn
ing by Sheriff 8. E. Roberts. The-
boy was located nearly two weeks
after the complaint was made, Sheriff
Roberts and Sheriff Knox, of Crook
county, ascertaining his whereabouts
near Prlnevllle through an appeal to
Mrs. Short's parents. Young Pratt
had been away from home since No
vember, his mother said.
Mrs. Pratt left for Prlnevllle Sat
urday night, and returned with her
This morliing Mrs. Short reported
to Sheriff Roberts, asking that she
be allowed to report to him twice
weekly In connection with a case
In which she was implicated earlier
In the winter, instead of making her
reports to tho Crook county sheriff.
Before any action Is taken In the
mutter, Mr. Roberts will confer with
Mrs. Short Intimated that she In
tended to take up her residence In
HEAD OF ARGENTINA
h'ncnilm In Army' Circle Quietly
Removed, and Krlemlx ure
Placed in Command.
(Br United Pres. to Th. Dally Bulletin.)
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 6. As an
expert on revolutions for he him
self spent a large part of his life as
a . conspirator and revolutionist
President Irigoyen has been quietly
taking precautions to prevent any
government overturning during his
own 6-yorfr term. And he did it so
clerverly that only now is the, public
beginning to realize it.
TBWr luvr toeenfftedlcffona that
his radical .program would lead to a
revolutionary outbreak. Revolutlon-
tContlnued on lest page.)
TWO SHIPS SUNK.
(Br United Press to The Daily BulleUn.)
LONDON, Feb. 6. It is announced
that the British steamer Warley
Pickering was sunk in the barred
zone, and that the Leyland liner
Floridian was sunk, 16 being saved.
broker to say whether he had received
from a foreign capital any advance news
ot th not.
Th Inquiry under th direction of Slier
man L. Whipple, the Boston attorney,
broadened out to auch an extent, covering
almost every phase of the activities ot the
Btook Exchange, that brokers said frankly
that the exchango Itself was now under
formal Investigation. Th brokers receiv
ed the Impression by the line of quoatlon
Ing, they said, that th congress commute
Is not connnlng Itielt to ascertain wheth
er thoro was any "grapevine" between
th Whit Houas or stat department and
Wall street or between some foreign capi
tal and th street, but Is extending Into
an Investigation of th exchange Itself.
That Impression sained ground despite th
feM jUUj tn
Jean Hamilton, of Oregon Fuel Co.,
Plaint to Extend Scope of Trade
so as to Utilize What Mills
Would Ot hern Die Waxte.
The magnitude attained by the fuel
Industry in Bend was shown this
morning when Jean Hamilton, of the
Oregon Fuel Co., announced t&M in
December, January, and the first Ave
days of February, 72 cars of wood,
averaging 20 cords to a load, have
been shipped out of Bend, This Is in
spite of the fact that In the last
month the demand for box 'wood
within the city, has been so great
that none was left for outside trade.
The local business will exceed that
that at outside points.
Coast Wood Supplanted.
Wood produced in this vicinity is
practically taking the place ot that
formerly sent from the coast, as ev
idenced by the number of towns
which now depend largely on the
Oregon Fuel Co. for their supply.
On the Bend branch, fuel Is shipped
to Redmond, Terrebonne, Opal City,
Culver, Metollus. Madras, Gateway
and Maupin; on the Shaniko branch,
to Wasco, Morrow, Grass Valley, !
Kent and Shaniko; and on the main
line to Rufus and Arlington. Calls
have also been received - from the
Heppner and Condon branches, Mr.
Hamilton says. -
Mr. Hamilton plans to develop the
industry to such an extent that there
will be absolutely no waste from the
big sawmill plants In Bend At the
present time he baa a crew of men
cutting 2000 cords of limb wood tor
market. Next vpar. he InHmatert II In
possible that in addition a lino ot,sutes
coal will be pot In, if the fuel sit
nation Is such as to warrant it. j and America ever since the United
Branch wood yards at ouUide points states was a nation. We naturally
Spec'ia8l0carsPhaven'been fitted up aPPlated Wilson's unhostlle words,
by the O.-W. R. & N. for wood trans-1 Included among words of a differ
portatlon, and promises of more from' ent character.
the Oregon Trunk, have been
celved, Mr. Hamilton says.
statement ot Mr. Whipple that th com
mittee will not make any Inquiry Into the,
workings of th exohang.
President Henry Q. S. Noble of th ex
change and Samuel P. Btrelt, chairman
of th exchange's oommltte on clearing
house, appeared befor th committee to
explain th workings of th exchang. Ib
th pictures! Mo. 1, Robert U Henry,
chairman of th rules oommltte; No. t.
New Tork Stock Kxohang; No. a, Mr.
Strelt; N. 4, Mr. WhlpHe; No. I, Mr.
United States to Asked to Recognize
' Germany's Reason for Subma
rine Warfare, In Return for
Old-Time Friendliness. .
(By United rreu to The Dally Bulletin) '
BERLIN, via Sayville. Feb. 6.
Extreme regret over the attitude tak
en by President Wilson In breaking
off 'diplomatic relations with Ger
many, was voiced here today by For
eign Affairs Secretary Zimmerman,
He said: "The President's move
cuts Germany off from all direct
communication with the trans-Atlantic
world. It is against all tra
dition and all international law. We
also remember that United States
diplomats attended to their Interests
during the war with efficiency and.
Message Examined. .
"The text of the President's mess-'
ag9 "has" 'been, minutely examined!.
There is no real cause for hostilities
between Germany and the United
Remember the traditionally
friendly feeling between Germany,
"Wilson says he does not wish
for hostile conflict. We appreciate'
and understand the reasons prompt
ing tbe United States to take Its pres
ent attitude, and expect President
Wilson to recognize our reasons."
(By United Press to The Daily Bulletin)
RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 6. Brazil
is sending a note to Germany pro
testing against the submarine policy
as a violation of international con
ventions. The note declares that the
8ubmarlntngs endanger the lives and
lntprpRtn of TtrnsHlnTIB Thfl fnhtnat
is undetermined whether or not to -follow
the example of President Wil
son and break oft diplomatic rela
tions. MAT f'RAVnAI.I. PRKHKN-Tn OlTTw
LINK OP SCHEME TO COURT
PREPARATION' FOR JOINT SES
SION IS MADE.
Plans for a county Bystem ot ac
counting and keeping of records tor
the county court, were outlined to
day at the session ot the court in tbe
O'Kane building, by Max Crandall,
ot Portland. ' The advisability ot
adopting Mr. Crandall's method was
discussed at length. .
Preparations were made for the
joint meeting to be held tomorrow
in Prlnevllle between the Deschutes
and Crook county courts, when mat
ters of common Interest, Inoludtng
the payment of widow's pensions, and
the transcription ot Crook county
records to the Deschutes county
books, will be taken up.
Plans drawn by architect Lee A.
Thomas, ot Bend, tor the addition
to the First National -Bank building,
roams In which are - to be reserved
for the use ot county officials, were
presented, and . Inspected by the
' W. W. Orcutt, ot Bend, appeared
before the court to ask that a dif
ferent route than that already de
cided on be recommended tor tht)
COUNTY TO HAVE