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The bend bulletin.
IIBNI), ORlXJON, WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, 1911.
BEND WINS 9 TO 5
Neither Side Plays llrllllmil Hull, nrnl
Umpire' Work Cautvs, Much Wrniig
llilK-.Melko Scorcn I okiin With
limner- Kedrnund Win nt Itojuo
Ikmd's baseball hoodoo wn given
it hard jolt Saturday nftorimnii when
Uiu locals defeated the Redmond
aggregation bore liy it iwiiru tf U to
G. It was far from tin exhibition of
good playing, however, the work of
tho Mend nine being nigged mid
Redmond by no iiiciiiih putting up
it gllt-odgu article of Imfl. Aside
from thin, the gmno wn further
mtirrod hy tho work of Umpire
Ward, whoso decisions were tho
cnitMt of much disputing.
TImi contest b tii r ted oir with a
promlso of snap, it itilck double
piny liy Rend cutting oir tt run for
the visitor In tho first Inning. In
the second, with n runner on Unit,
Metke lnmlei on the hnll for it
SWISH 10 ADDUI55S CI.UII
A Hpeelul mooting of the
Commercial Club him been cull
ed for HiIh evening, nnd n largo
iiltotidiincu Ih desired. .1, .1.
Sayor, Held secretary of tho
Oregon Development ljnguo,
will lit present fmd nddroHH thu
gathering. Report Will nlwi
bo given of tho tour to Lake
nnd Klamath county towriH.
Thu meeting will ho called in
order nt 8 o'clock.
times ttt lint, 6no being . o two-bugger.
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mm rvLviii. w
Qxp&xr v '"ZJi uiv
Umpire Ward Hid III Trouble.
Pitcher KelmdnrK tlypuotlied Uvcry
homer to right field,, scoring the
flritt run. In the thin! Inning the
blow-up enme nnd errors fell thick
and fiutt and three ninn for each
lde jmtlered over the plate. Red
niond'it second lmjomnn, Hemrich,
made n rank error and watt imme
diately yanked from the game.
Kearney, who replaced him, tlid hut
little better, helping Rend to score
by misjudging an eay My.
In tho H'vonth Pitcher Rodman
of the visitor aviated 9ml when he
had got back to earth Hem! had
three more runs nnd tho game
Totherow nlnvcd n good game nt
third for Rend, lllling lit a weak j
pot, Dolstrum at first Ih steadily
doing bettor. VntiFjindlnghnm con
tinuoH to hit the ball hard.
Redmond's lilir catcher. Footo.
wan the demon slugger of tho fray, 1
gcuing tour mui uui t m mmi
Tho box score follow:
UlttniONI) All K II I'O A
Pradlry, m 4 o o o J
Woodward, rf 5 lino
KkXllllKII, W.,jti 3 1037
McCaulry, ct J I I o o
I'ootr, c 4 I 4 7
llrmricli, alt 100 11 o
Kearney, all o 7 t 11
Hamilton, llj j o o 13 o
I'orlinn, l( j o a 1 o
Uclman, J., p. 5 I I o (
Totali A 5 11 4 IJ
IIKNIt All K II I'O A
llrownlow, rf 3 3 1 n 11
Tellirrow. 3I1 4 3 I I J
CatiiKxIy, ati 4 o a a 11
Krliif lnrll, p 4 1007
vatiLaiid'hain.M 3 i a a a
Metkr, rf 4 I I 'l
DoUlruiii, ill 4 009 1
O'lhmncll, c 4 u o 9 1
Sprlnijfr, If 4 1 1 1 u
Total j 98 aj 13
'Two out for Intetfrtcncc.
Hroic liv liinlnut:
Knlnturiil 003000 1
llcnd i a 3 o 1 o 3
Miitntiiftrv: ltatri uti tutltft! nil Urfni
lorli a, off Hodman I. Two-lc hltt,
I'oolc, I'lirlian, llrownlow, Carmotv.
Vanl.aiiilliiKliilil- lloilir run, MrtVr
Stolen Ihht, Tctlierow, Cannody, Van
linilitiKliai'i. Keluxlorff, Metke Sacri
fice lilt, Hamilton. Struck out, Uy
Itrlnliitf 5, liy KimIiumi 8. IlouMe
play, Kelntdiirll to DoUtruiit to (VIKin
nell. Vntn )ll, 1'iwte. Wild M(li
KimIiiuii. lilt liy pitched ImII. llrmllry.
Ilrnwnlnw'. I'mpire Miller, Wanl anil
KHDMbND M; IIIINI) 7.
On account of tho race meet,
lk-nii went down to lUtlmond hint
Thursday nftornoon for n Rame and
wan defeated by u ucoro of 8 to 7.
HelnmlorlT and Tothorow 'formed
the buttery for Hend and' Kodrnan
and Foote for tho homo team. The
game was lout through tho error of
Ilarr, who watt playing center field
for tlio local.
Like to feci that
fn bringing: their
business to a
bunk they are
helping to build it up; in other
words they are giving something
for what they receive.
WE ARE OROWINO
QROVV WITH US.
Wo want your account want to make our
selves usoful to you in nnythlng pertaining to
finance, nnd wo can hnndlo It with profit to you
and to ourselves.
We hope that you, Mr.Itcmlcr, will bo on our
list of Depositors soon, If you are not already
NO MATTER HOW SMALL OK LAUQE A
DEPOSITOR YOU ARE ALWAYS
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
BEND IK VISIT SOUTHERN TOWNS
-' ' '
Auto Trade Excursion, Covering 550
Miles, Proves Great Success Will
Attend Development Convention
Tlio fifiO mile trade excursion'' poMlblfh'iet of their territory and
compiotiMl Monday by. the Rend) dwelling .upon the fact that they
Commercial Club parti' u'rlil tn Port- welcomed with particular delight
land Kiiuata in.ndilltiQn V) being the the Rend dolugalion inimmuch as
tnoHt util(Uo geMogether Junket they expected to turn to Rend for
uvor attemptud in Oregon proved a much of their piuttunger and freight
notably rfuecewtful an It wa tmlque. pbtilntfH upon the completion of the
lAMiving here Tjiurwluy morning, railroad to Uiig jiolnt. The Rend
the autoM. loaded with 2:1 Rend men noke of the great intcrcnt felt
biHMtlerit, vinitel Iji Pine, Crescent, by their town for the southern com
Klumitth i-'allu. Roiianzn, Ujy, PuUiuunitieH, and oxprwjHil. their desire
ley, jjikevlew, l-'ort Rodk and Stlvui , that' doner co-oinirntion for the
Ijiko, at each place being tendered common good and development be
an viiUiiiHiiiMlIc wileoine and ente maintained.
Uiinincrlt. , .' i ,F'ortljind'ienthuiiwm for. the co-
Direct remilU of the exetindon'op'ratlvo development work In which
are tho prnmlM-M of all thecommuni- Rend in leading wiuj well expressed
Ue to hend big delegatioiiH to the In a capital speuch by W. A. Will
forthcoming Control Oregon M)e-' lams, one of the Roue City con
velopmerit league ronverition utalngent.
Prlnovllle, all of which will be I Sunday morning wax devoted to
guittii at Rend over the night pre- an nuto excundon to the California
ceding the meeting; the establish- line through the fertile Goose Lake
ment of close commercial relations Valley. After lunch nt Lakeview
with the Houthern townit, one result the party proceeded to Paisley,
of which is that nlready work is , Here the visitors were given a
under way ujwn n wagon road that uplcndld reception, a big banquet
will bring to the railroads nt Rend being tended them, at which L. R.
thousands of tons of the product of 'Jones, editor of the Chewnucan
the southern territory, In return
bearing southward merchandise and
other freight which can better be
received from Portland via Rend
than by the routes now in use; and
co-operation in the work of road
building nnd improvement.
Press, was toostmoster. Dr. Wit-
ham and E. L. Young, of the Ore
gon Rorax Co., were the chief local
seakers, the latter outlining the
imtmrtnnt work that his organiza
tion is undertaking in constructing
n road from its mines, 35 miles
On Thursday the junketers wore from Paisley, to connect with the
the guests of thu Crescent Commer- Rend-Rurns. road, upon which they
cinl Club nt n noon dinner presided expect to haul all their borax to the
over by L. K. Wakefield, at which railroad at Rend, returning with
K. (J. Rourk was the principal outfits loaded with freight. A
speaker. Members of the party ex- pleasant feature of the Paisley stop
pressed themselves ns greatly lm- was the fact that every room in the
pressed with the progressive spirit town's new hotel was turned over to
and hustle shown by the Crescent the visitors.
Late that night Klamath Falls
was reached, after a brief stop at
Fort Klamnth, too late, however, to
participate in the banquet which
had been prepared for thu Rend
party and the railroad contingent.
On the next evening, after a day of eleven o'clock.
Higntwuing, not, ine least interesting the personne
feature of which wns the trip iion as follows:
Klanlnth Lake in a launch supplied
by the Klamath Development Co., a
banquet was given the visitors.
Ieaving Klamnth early Saturday
morning the party nooned nt Ro
nnnzu, where a hospitable reception,
Including an address of welcome by
the mnyor, awaited them.
Stopping briefly at Rly the travel
lers reached Lakeview in time for
n big smoker reception at tho court t0n sle",u
house, more than 300 persons turn- Honce Steele
ing out to welcome tho Rend men.
Many excellent addresses were de
livered, the local seakers bringing
out Interesting statistical Informa
tion concerning tho resources and
Returning Monday by way of
Summer Lake Valley the Rend men
were accompanied by n tarty of
Paisleyites, who acted as guides.
For dinner the party stopped at
Silver Lake, coming through thence
to Rend, nrriving here from five to
I of the party was
Ja. J. Sycr. 1'ielil Sccr. Oregon litv.
l,eMliie. Dr. 1'. . lUllry, Union Woolen
Mill Co., PurlUml. It C. lUktriiun,
Omaha. Dr. NurrN, Scuttle. V. D.
Hunicm, I.iiillnw. H. 1! IMtiubury, A.
f.. K. A., O.-W. R. & N. V. A. Will
uui, Ceil, AuU Cont' I I'ire In. Co.,
Portland. II. 1. Hardy, T. V. A. Oie-
Want II. Coble
K. M. Lara
J. It. Sawhlll
A. O. Hunter
C. M. Davii
O C. HenVIe
M. S. Uttin
J. V. Howard
Photo mailers, large nnd small,
for sale at Thu Rulletin oflice.
Full Stock of
Of all kinds now on hand. Finest
line of Cottage Doors in
fcMKeep out that enemy of mankind,
t ' " . the fly, with .
The kind that you want is here and
the, price is right.
Save money by buying your shovels
pitchforks, stoves, nails and other
hardware at the store of
DHSIikrLA.Nf) HOARD COMINO
The State Desert Land Hoard,
consisting of Governor West,
Secretary of State Olcott, At
torney General Crawford, Slate
Treasurer Kay and State Engi
neer Lewis, is now on n tour
inspecting Carey act and other
Irrigation projects and is ex
expected in Rend shortly. Tho
board's itinerary includes visits
to Klamath Falls, Lakeview,
Paisley and other Southorn nnd
Central Oregon towns.
LAD FALLS INTO
PILOT BUTTE CANAL
Prancl Redfldd Narrowly ilscape'
Drowning, He njr Svept Plfty Feel '
Over Plath Hoard and Rapid.
While attempting to cross n tlm
bcr'but four inches wide and 18
feet long that spans the Pilot Rutte
Canal just above the diversion of the
town lateral, Francis Rcdfleld, the
oyear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Redflcld, lost his footing and
fell Into the water, being swept
down the cannl some fifty feet and
narrowly escaping drowning.
t Many Rend boys make a practice
of swimming in a near by hole, just'
off the canal. The narrow timber
makes a convenient crossing to
reach their swimming place, the
danger of crossing it adding a spice
of excitement to the venture. Fri
day, however, Francis lost his
balance. Immediately beneath the
timber from which he fell the water
Is four teit deep and runs swiftly.
Despite the depth of the water and
the fact that the boy, who cannot
swim, was swept over the flash
board of the town ditch and through
a boiling water rapids that swept
over rocks just below the flash board,
he escaped with nothing more ser
ious than n few bruises and a soak
ed suit of clothes.
Mr. Redfield, who is engineer of
the irrigation cotngjiny, will take
steps to stop the dangerous practice
of crossing the stringer from which
his son fell.
REV. J. A. MITCHELL IS
Odd Fellows and Members of (I. A. R.
Attend In Uody HvanjtelUt Orejr
Treadles Funeral at Church-;
Services Held at (Irave.
1 -The funeral of Rov. J. Antliohv
, Mitchell, held nt tho church at Ma.
i m. dost Thursday, was largely! at
! tended. The services were in charge
of the Odd Fellows, who nttcrided
In a body attired in their regalia.
The members of the G. A. R. 'otto
, took part. . 4
The Odd Fellows met at tholrlhall
and marched to the undertaking
parlors nnd from there escortedlthe
body to the church. Evangelist
Gregg, who is conducting services
at Laldlaw, came up to preach the
funerarr He delivered an Impres
sive address, admonishing his hear
ers to be prepared for the summons
which had come to Rev. Mr. Mitch
ell. The coffin was draped at the
church with flags and decorated
with flowers contributed by friends
of Die deceased man. It was onen-
ed in order to allow a lost look at
the mortal remains of the aged man.
I Following the services at the
' church, a long procession of autos
I and carriages wended its way to the
, cemetery where Interment was made.
Just before the coffin was lowered
into place, each Odd Fellow dropped
a sprig of green into the grave as a
token that they would keep green
the memory of their departed
Officers Were Elected Saturday and
Delecatlon Will Attend the I'rlnc-
Laiplaw, June 20. At a meeting
of citizens Saturday the Laldlaw
Development League was resusci
tated, officers were elected and par
ticipation In the Central Oregon
Development League's convention at
Princvllle was decided on.
J. N. R. Corking was elected
president; W. D." Rames, vice-president,
and F. R. Rarbour, secretary.
These officers, together with F. N.
Wallace, W. G. Stiles and G. W.
Horner, will constitute the dele
gation that will go from Laldlaw to
the county sent development ses
sions June 30 nnd July 1.
Positively no Smoking signs for
sale at The Bulletin oflice. tf
j brother. The burial ritual of the
I order was used. Evangelist Gregg
1 and W. L. Wing participating.
The pall-bearers, all Odd Fellows,
were A. M. Lara, R. M. Smith, S.
J. Spencer, Luther Metke, J. A.
Eostes and E. R. Post.
, EPISCOPAL CHURCH PROGRESSES.
Owen F. Jones, Episcopal Mis
sionary, hold services here Sunday,
morning and evening. Mr. Jones,
who will remain in town during the
' week, Is working on the subscrip-
tlon lists for the proposed new Epls
, copal Church, and reports that thus
I far the enterprise has received very
' generous support. .
I CUFF TRIMS "JADY" RICE.
i Lost Thursday at Redmond fight
fans received something of a sur
prise when Ed Cuff put J. D. Rice
out of business in less than one
round of fast mixing.
Ihe First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Dr. U. O. COC, Pratldtnt t, A. BATHER, Vic Prldnl
O. 8. HUOBON. Caihltr
OaptUI fully paid 2S.O0O
StokholdrV liability - J8.0OO
io surpiut as.ooo
Do You Want These Prizes?
We offer the following sums, in cash, for the
best exhibits, thro' the UendCommercial Club:
$25.00 cash, for the best assortment of sam
ples grown on either dry or irrigated land.
$10.00 for the best samples ot clover.
$10.00 for the best samples of alfalfa.
$10.00 for the best samples of root crops,
$10.00 for best assortment dry land grains.
$ 1 0.00 for best assortm't irrigated land grain.
All exhibits to be raised within twenty-five miles of Bend
and to remain the property of the Bend Commercial Club.
N. P. Smith
TO FIKST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COR K. A. SATIirH C. S. nUDSON
V. Y. SMITH II. C. KM.I3
I,, n. HA1RU, (Pie.lilent) J. W. MASTKRS, (Vice I'reildeut)
V, O. MINOR, (Secretary)
U D. DAIKD, V, O. MIN0R S. V. BAIRD.