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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1910)
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BUY LOTS IN
Ths Social Breakfast.
A London newspaper wonders why
wa no longer Invite people to break
fast The reason la to be found In ttie
state of mind that usually possesses
the free and Independent citizen at
that hoar In the morning, a eta to of
mind that makes him unbearable to
himself and to every one who comes
near him. Presumably It was not ever
so, for Invitations to breakfast were
onco common enough, and not so long
ago cither. Mr. Gladstone used to
have guests to breakfast every Thurs
day morning as recently as lKit, and
It was thought sufficient to supply ten
and c-ooVe. eggs, bread and butter and
perhaps some cold meat Hut the
really solid breakfast had count Into
fasbton long before tbeu. ant' It Is
aald that the English learned the f nub
Ion from the Kcotcn. Motley, when be
waa ambassador to England, found
that the substantial breakfast was
grievously opposed to the simpler cus
toms of bis own country. He says.
"When 1 reflected that all these eo
ple would lunch at 2 and dine at 8 I
boned my bead In humiliation, and the
fork dropped from my nerveless
The big fin. k of the Metropolitan
tower at MHdMon square. New York.
Is by long odds the costliest and most
elaborate public timepiece ever con-strut-ted
and Is the only great clock la
the world operated wholly by electric
ity without the touch of human hands.
Some of Its other wonders are Its size,
being the largest four dial tower clock
and the third largest clock of any size
to me world, and Its altitude, which
la the highest of any clock In the
world. It has also the biggest and
heaviest striking bell.
The other three largest clocks are
the one face dial of the Colgato fac
tory In Jersey City, which is forty feel
. across, the next In sixe of mammoth
public chronometers being tho dial at
St. Bombort'a, In the old city of Mo
lines. In Belgium, which Is thirty-nine
fee, across. Bt. Peter's of Zurich,
Switzerland, has a dial face twenty-nine-feet,
and then in order comes the
Metropolitan tower clock, which Is
twenty-elx feet six Inches In diameter.
The Origin of the "Marstlllafts."
. In the reign of terror under Preron
. and Barras, when hundreds of vie
'' Urns wcro carved by tho guillotine and
tho people rose against the aristocra
cy; was born the hymn of France,
composed by Itouget do l'lsle. IIo
was as officer of engineers and at a
banquet was-nxked to compose a war
song. Ho wroto it in bis room that
night before going to bed. and the
next morning hi hostess, the wife of
the mayor of Strassburg, tried ft on a
plaijo, and In the afternoon tho orches-
tf-B nf tha lltMtcr nlsveri It In thn
square of tttrsssbarg. where It created '
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much excitement and gathered many
volunteers. Jtougct called It a song
for tho Army of the Itblne. but subse
quently It was sung by a regiment of
volunteers, mostly assassins, who
marcbed out of Marseilles to Paris,
where It was appropriated by the cap
ital and called the "Uymno dea Uarset
lais." Out Joseph Ilougct. the author,
died in poverty. Deshler Welch In
Westminster hall, England's old hall
of the king's Justice. Is one of the
world's notable historical shrines.
Built four centuries before Columbus
sailed for America, burned, restored.
building west of Home. Here some of
tho early parliaments met, aud hero
the second Edward was expelled from
bis throne. Here Klcbnrd II. was de
posed, Charles I. condemned and Crom
well balled as lord protector, whose
bead. If the legend Is authentic, wax
afterward exposed from one of the
ball' pinnacle. Westminster hall was
the scene of tbe trial of Warren Hast
ings. In It sentence of death was pro
nounerdon William Wallace. Plr Thom
as More, Somerset. Essex. Strafford
and Guy Fawkcs.-Ncw York World.
Trlsd to Fly.
John Milton In "Urltain to tbe Con
quest" says that tbe youth King Har
old, last of the Saxons, strangely as
piring, had made and fltted wings to
bis bnnds and feet. With these, on tbe
top of a tower, spread out to gather
tho ah, bo flew more than a furlong;
but, Uie wind being too high, bo came
fluttering to tbo ground, maiming all
bis Umbo yet so conceited was be of
bis art that tbe cause of bis fall was
attributed to tbe want ot a tall, as
birds have, which he forgot to make.
' His Rscommtndatlon.
Tom-. Hello. Dili.' 1 bear you have a
position with my friends Skinner &
Co.? BUI Oh. yes; 1 bave a position
as collector there. Tom That's flrsf
rate. Who recommended you? Bill
Ob, nobody. I told them that 1 once
collected an account from you, and
joy Instantly gavo me the place.
Ffrmnsss of Purposs.
flrmnctn of purpose Is one of tbe
most ueoesairy sinews of character
and ono of the best Instruments of
success. Without It genius wastes Its
efforts In a maze of Inconsistencies.
A fJusss at It.
Teaclier ot class In grammart
Wbat do you understand by "parts of
speech'' Tommy-It's-it's when n
man stntteraC'blcago 'i'rlbunn.
The Julletln $1.50 a year.
Hit Him Coming and Oolng.
An attorney weut to n livery stable
and hired a team for two or three
hours and at the end of that time. In
a stnto of abscntuilndcdness. left tho
team at another livery stable, whoro
It remained eight days. At stable No.
1 there was no worry about the team.
Tbey know tbe nttorney was perfectly
good for tbe wiy. They kuew that If
ho kept tho I mm a month tho bill
would be paid promptly on presenta
tion. Tbey presumed that he knew
what bo vrni ntwut and concluded It
was Ills business and not theirs. At
stable No. 2 there was eipjal freedom
from anxiety. Tbe attorney came
there, left tho tram and went away,
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tbo office slnte. knowing hltn to be a
business mau who paid cash. l)leov
ery came at last, and the lawyer was
presented with two bills, one for eight
days' hire and the other for eight dnys
keep. lie paid both bills promptly,
but It cured him of Itelng nbscntmlnd
cd for nearly a whole moulb.
Ths Coffss Cup In Pints.
The expression "to give u rup of
coffee" has In Persia a somewhat omi
nous slgnlllrnnre. This Is due to the
fact Hint the coffee cup Is one nvng
nlzed medium for conveying poison
Some years ugo the governor of Aspu
dana, having long been at daggers
drawn with the chief of n powerful
mountain tribe, determined In this
way to put an end to all trouble. He
professed to entertain a great degree
of friendship and esteem for tbe chief
tain and Invited him to visit him nt hi
palace. Tbe cblef unsuspiciously came,
accompanied by bis two young sons.
For a week they wen' roynlly enter
talned. Hut at last one morning when
tbo chief en tne Into his host's presen e
he was coldly received, and an nttend
ant soon stepped forward with a single
cup of coffee In his band, which he of
fered to the guest. Tho latter rould
not fail to underatand that he wns
doomed. Preferring, however, steel to
poison, ho declined tbe cup and was
thereupon, nt n signal from hU host,
stabbed to death.
8slsd of ths 8hos.
Freshmen hnvo troubles tho world
over. Tbe "conscrfls," ns tbey tire
called at tbe famous Hcolii Polytccn-
nlquo In Paris, aro subjected to nn
amuslug Initiation called tbe salnd of
shoes. Tho freshmen report some
days before the upper class men so
that thoy can receive their uniforms
and becorao familiar with tho routlno
of the school. Tbo first morning after
their tormentors return tho freshmen
are aroused by a demand that tbey
throw their shoes out of tbe windows
Into tbe courtyard. The shoes are
gathered Into a heap, and, kneeling
In a big cjrcjo around this, tbg fresh-
the first 100 lots
business, etc., this beautiful addition is THE BEST OP ALL. '.:t,.
sold 100 lots wc give a CHOICE CORNER LOT ABSOLUTELY
show you over this property. --"'
I men are obliged to go through como
I ridiculous gymnastic movements al
tho commnnd of their superiors. When
the study bell rings they have but n
minute to appear In thechJM rooms,
and It Is a strenuous minute around
that pile of shoes.
LEE HELPED HIM.
The Old Soldltr That Asksd Foe and
General Itobert E. Leo was sitting
on tbe veranda of his Lexington home
one afternoon engaged In conversation
with some friends when man. Ill
clothed and covered with dust, appear
ed at tbe goto and timidly beckoned to
Apologizing to bis friends, Lee rose
at onco and went to tbo gate. Very
soon bU purse appeared, and bo was
seen to give tbe man somo money.
His friends, knowing the extent of
bis charity In any case of sufferiiia.
real or apparent, looked on with so inn
Impatience, for thoy knew bow slender
bis means were then and bow many
calls of the same kind came to him.
"General, who was that)" one of
tbem ventured when he bad returned
to bis place.
"One of our boys in trouble," was
tbo half smiling nnswor, for tbo gen
eral knew the remonstranco which his
friend was longing to make.
"What regiment and company did he
belong tor persisted the friend, anx
ious. If possible, to unearth the sus
"Oh, be bo fought on tho other
side," was General Leo's calm answer.
Chlnsra Buslntss Honaity,
With doe respect for others, thf
Chinaman Is perhaps tho most honor
able and upright business mau in thiv
world today. His business principles
aro founded entirely upon honesty,
and bo edliorcs to tho policy with the
Inslstenco of n leech. Tho cbaso after
dollars stops If he has to resort to low
tricks to got them. Of course a little
thing like telling a falsehood occasion
ally docs not bother him so much, but
whon it comes to plotting and schoin
lug to dofraud somo ouo tho task bo-
comes distasteful. Tbo equal of the
Japanese in Initiative and foresight,
bo is much their superior when integ
rity U concerned. A Japanese does
not tblnk twice before deciding to gut
tbo best of you. Ho calculates that
you aro llablo to ebango your mind or
get out ot reach If he Indulges In a
little mental debato as to tbo propriety
of cheating you.-Book keeper.
"no doted on Alice and would have
married her but for her mother,"
"Yes; hor mother was still more attractive."
An Australian uuttioiievr who was
reputed to bare more education than
professional ability wus vmleavorliig to
sell somo cattle to itu audience ol tunu
bauds. "Gentlemen." be began, "I
haw a partk-ularly nlco lot ot heifers
and bullocks, and I may say that the
Ho was Interrupted by a very agri
cultural voice from tbo crowd. "I
tbort there was something wrong with
'em," It said, "or you wouldn't hsvo to
A Timely Trip.
Little Brother (who has Just been
given some raudyi-lf 1 were you 1
shouldn't taku sister yachting this
Ardent Suitor Why do you say that.
"Well, I heard her toll mother this
morning that she feared sbo'd bars to
throw you over. Lipplncott's.
Finding Him Out.
Indignant Coustltuent-Thls Is tbo
fourth tlmo I tmro called to see tbo
senator by appointment and fonnd him
out every time. Prtvatu Secretary (of
eminent stntesmnui-Oh, well, I would
not mako n fuss about that. Accord
ing to what tbo pnMirs say, everybody
U undlng him out.-Clilcngo Trtbuno.
A man should never bo ashamed to
own bo lias been In tho wrong, which
Is but saying, In other words, that bo
1 wiser today than ho was yestorday.
Do Not Delay
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Oh. are you really? My brother Is lit
tho military oo.-Holon Transcript.
Grief Is crowned with consolation.-
THE BE8T SAFEGUARD
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domestic animal exhibits a lack of energy,
proper rrltih for food, or an tpixarsnra
of general debility, timely action should
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animals Nature provides ccrtnln peculiar
mcdiciusl hctbs, Itavc, barks aud root
which seem necessary for their health.
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Mhlch stimulates the various organs of
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digestion and assimilation of food, purine
tho blood and I mutes a K"' health
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