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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1911)
TO SOME LADY IN BEND OR VICINITY
. - .
On January 1st we arc going to make some lady a present that
she could not duplicate for $500.00. There nre no strings to this
proposition. It Is a straight out-and-out gift to the lady securing the
highest number of votes in this contest.
of standard make that you you could not buy for less than $300.00 in
any city in the country. Beautiful mahogany veneer case, three string
unison, full swing music rack, ivory keys, Boston fallboard, Colonial
design, fully warranted. This piano and a mahogany finished Simplex
is the gift we are going to make to some lady on the first day of Janu
ary next. This complete outfit will be given to the lady receiving the
highest number of votes.
You cannot buy these votes but with every 10c CASH PURCHASE
nt either of our stores you can get one vote.
This piano Is on exhibition at the furniture store of E. M. Thomp
son and we would like to have you see the Instrument and get full
particulars of the contest.
The names of those entering the contest, with their standing,
will be published weekly.
The reputation of the two firms holding this contest Is a guaran
tee of the quality of the instruments and the fairness of the contest.
Call at either Lara's or Thompson's and we will be very glad to
tell you all about ft.
This Is surely a prize worth working for and Is worthy of a place
in any home in Oregon. Be sure and call at Thompson's and see the
piano just as soon as possible.
"THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES."
E. M. THOMPSON
PINE FURNITURE IIIC1H GRADE PIANOS.
"Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty."
BITS ABOUT TOWN.
Chlckun dinner Sunday nt tho
w (1 l.ViriUuiiii of In I'inu wan it
jjBcnd visitor Snturtluy.
Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. II. P.
ffBrown, Frliluy, if mm,
Barney tawls, formerly of Bond,
now located at Eugonu.
.1. H. Morttnn of Iji Pino Vviw hero
Sunday on lito way to Portland.
Charles A. Mug or uiu noiei
,i., .uiiii. wim ni'tn- from tlu county
Mr. Mvrtld Bradford In HiHindlnir
ho summer months with her sister,
,lra. J. W. Taggart.
r T MoitH litiH oiwned u Dol
it II - ..ll.it ! llii ftrjitii
nail ana imwiihk ""-v ",u "
imllding on Nona street.
r. f'nlilwoll and family wont
in rii.r Timrsiliiv to sound Kevoral
lny'B on u camping imil fishing trip.
Mr. and Mrs. I), L. McKay
rrived liu'. week, and will remain
in iiitnil nromili V ior huvuiui
Miss Medora Steele and father,
fa, N. Steele, left Saturday for thoir
Lm nt I'mllnnil after u visit with
Mends in Menu. l Bond people to.
Ill Adaum of Silver Ijtko spent
Sunday in town.
W. II. Hush of Madras made a
businosH call here Monday,
For a Rood chicken dinner Sun
day, oat at the Hotel Hend.
E. (!. Rnurk, n Crescent business
man, was a Hend visitor Saturday.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Meek,
at their home in Irytlo, Thursdny, a
Postmaster l' O. Minor is in Tn
coma this week on business, having
left Saturday morning.
, Clyde S. Hobson caniu up from
Madras yesterday to mitko appli
cation before Judge Kills for auto
Frederick H. Wilson of Laldlnw
olfered final commutation proof on
his homestead before Commissioner
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Burgess of
roruanti, Maine, who havo purchased i
irrlgntcd land near La line, have,
ocen penning a lew days in Bond.
The Star Theater continues to bo
n nightly magnet to those who like
good moving pictures.' IIIII& New.
man are still giving the same
splendid shows they introduced
John T. Robinson, Jr., cashier of
the central Oregon Irrigation Co.,
spent Sunday In La Pine.
K. N. Hurd, editor of tho I a
Pino Intcr-MnunUdn, was hero Mon
day night on his way to Portland.
Dr. J. V. Thorn passed through
Hend Sunday on his way to his
homo at Silver Lake, with a new
Mrs. George Wheeler of Red
mond, whoso husband had a home,
stead oast of Bond, was n visitor
Bishop Robert E. Paddock of tho
Episcopal Church will counduct
services on Sunday, morning and,
evening, In tho Masonic Hall.
Three autos carrvinur Bend noonlo
went out to Ice Cave Sunrinv. Th
party went down into tho cavo and
made ico cream with tho natural ice
Colo E. Smith, who returned last
night from a month's visit In Wash
ington, 'says: 'Tho Bend country
crops look bettor to mo than any I
saw In my trip,"
James Herb, who hn ln niolni.
ing Kolwrt B. Gould in engineering
work, left yesterday for Monroe, I
Wash., where ho will enter tho
U, S. engineering service. j
Sunday chicken dinners a specialty
at Hotel Bend.
fi rover (5. Gerklng of Iiidlaw.
who was a Bend visitor Tuesday, re
ported haying about over with and
snld that the crop this year was
W. B. Cnmumn, formerly of Red
mond, bus coriio Ut Bend to live. lie
Is associated witli Wnlter Tollos In
tho painting and paper hanging
Philosophy and humor moke the
July issue of the First National
j Bank of Bend Bank News an inter-
'estlng publication. This issue is
' No. 1 of Vol. 2.
FOILED THE TURKS
Vienna Bakers Saved Europe
From the Grip of the Moslems.
CAUSE OF SOLYMAN'S DEFEAT.
I Ralph Bartlett and family, who
1 have been residing on their home
j stead In the Fort Rock country,
'have just moved Into their new
house in Deschutes.
Mrs. Nettie Schultt and children
were in Bend Saturday on their way
from their home near Ln Pine to
California to visit Mrs. Schultz's
mother, who Is very ill.
Mrs. A. F. Pottrat?.. who went
with the camping party on a two
weeks' outing up the Deschutes,
returned Sunday and left Monday
for her home in Elgin, III.
Frank B. Clark left Monday for
Prinevllle where he will bo In charge
of the building of a six-room bunga
low for John Combs. Ho will open
a temporary olllco In that city.
Theo. Magncs of La Mour, N. D.,
who Is making a pleasure trip
through the Northwest, arrived In
Bend lost week and has been Ashing
In Uic Deschutes. He is a truest at
Carl W. Ehret, merchant; Dr. C.
A. Cline, dentist; George W. Mc
Farlane, liveryman, and John L.
McDowell of the Redmond Garage,
were up from Redmond yesterday
L. F. Wakefield of Crescent,
Vernon A. Forbes and Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. Wenandy left Sunday by auto
for Klamath Falls, the former three
going on business. They exjwet to
Dr. A. A. Burris returned Friday
night from a trip to Seaiido. Tilla
mook. Portland and The Dalles. At
The Dalles Thursday he bought 80
acres of Government land, an isolat
ed tract in y-17-12. a few miles
Some weeks ago the ranch house
of C. B. Allen on Little River had a
narrow escaiw from serious injury
when a bolt of lightning struck the
pines in the yard, splitting several
oi them from top to base, and set
ting one on fire.
J. W. Masters, vice president of
tho Deschutes Banking & Trust Co.,
and his wife, of Bartlesville, Okla
homa, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Baird. E. C. Baird, brother of Mr.
Bnird, of Newberg, Ore., is also
here on a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. SchlmpfT and
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Lozan of
Astoria conixsu an nuto party who
are making a sightseeing trip
through Central Oregon. They
arrived hero Monday night, regis
tering at tho Pilot Butte Inn.
M. Fitzmaurice, editor of tho
Condon Times and father of Mrs. C.
M. Redfield. together with Mrs.
Fitzmaurice and his daughter Elsie,
is visiting Mrs. C. M. Redfield. re
inaining bore probably several
weeks. The Condon editor is loud
in his praises of Bond. "It is the
moat attractive and promising town
I know." he mid. in part.
Having nmde the trip from Crane
Prairie to Robinson's Bridge in a
canoe, Morris Uira and G. P. Put
I nam returned to Bend Saturday.
Hie canoo in which they made the
week's trip wns taken to the prairie
by wagon. In coming down tho
A Momtntoui Incident In Hlitory Thst
Csrrlss With It an Explanation of
Why Vltnni noil Ars Moldsd In tho
Form of a Crstosnt.
Do you know way Vienna rolls nre
shaped like crescents? Tbe story
form one of the great "lf" of history.
Holynian tbe Magnificent, sultan of
Turkey, planned to orvrrun Kurope.
wen as ho und hi Moilem predecea
or bud seized tbe countries of tbe
orient With a mighty unuy be cap
tured tbe fortllled Uland of It bode
and Invaded Hungary, annihilating tbe
Magyar fort-erf at Mobacs (In 15'JO; and
slaying tbe Hungarian king.
So euccessful wu tbe Unit expedition
that be planned a second and more far
reaching raid In 1S'.HJ. Moving on
ward almost unchecked and earning
all before bUn. be captured Uuda and
advanced against tbe city of Vienna.
All Europe stood aghast Nothing
bad been able to item tbe ware of
Moslem conquest. Men remembered
bow one eastern land after anotber
bad been nrlr.nl by tbe Mohammedan
horde and forced to adopt Mobsm
mrdanlitm aa tbelr religion. People
trembled for tbe fate of Christendom.
It seemed for a moment almost pos
alble that the whole eastern aectlou of
the European continent tulgbt fall rlc
tlm to tbe Turk and become part of
the Moslem HMemlijn.
To hope fur clemency from 8olyman
wai to rely upon the mercy of tbe
merclle. COoijuerlng one Chrlntlan
army and atrongbold after anotber. tbe
aultan'a nil powerful army threatened
to enrry drt ruction and Mubammed
anlxm tbrougbout tbe contluenL It
wa one of fate's big movement.
On mured tbe Turk. Vienna (then
capital of tbe (JertUJM emplrei at owl
lu their path, a aeemlngly frail olMta
ce between aucb n bot and tbe ret
of CuroiM. Should Vienna fall before
tbe llonlem ouael tbe progress of tbe
aultan'a army would be made far eauler
and other lenKer cities would k)e heart.
The innabltauta of Vienna were at
that time more renowned for culture
and thrift than for warfare. Yet un
der Nlrbolaa run Satm tbey gallantly
DrolHMM-d to defend their cltr nenlnit
tbe foe and to tight to tbe last gasp for I
tbelr Imperiled home. Tbe Turks
drvw neur. destroying Vlcnna'a aub
urbt. and encamped clou to tbe town
It wan on Sept. 27. IMS), that tbe
enormous TurkUb boat laid siege to
Vienna, Soiymnn conducting tbe affair
In M-nton. before rUklng useless loai
of life In a general assault tbe sultan
tried to'tnake an entrance Into tbe city
by means of tunnela. (lit soldiers
were set to work wltb pick and spade
to dig a secret underground way Into
Vienna by which a body or men might
later pour Into tbe place and tbua
catch tbe defenders "between two
Tbe cleverness of tbe Turkish engi
neers and tbe countless workers at
tbelr command made the task a awlft
one. Here It was that an "If Inter
vened to save the threatened capital
and perbapn Europe aa well.
Home lenna baker were at work
one night no tbe atory runs lu n cel
lar, making bread ror tbe garrison.
Curing a pause lu tbelr conversation
one tif tbe baker uapeued to bear tho
muttled sound of dlgglug. It seemed
to t'tiuie rrom n apot uot far beyond
one ot the cellar walls, (juesslng at
once Hint the euetuy wait tuuuellug a
nny Into the city, tbe bakers rusbtxl
out nml gate die uiurm. Tbe garrl
Mill. rirutiiil. wu able to badle Solr-
J'lie siiituu. railing nt atrategy. uext
trletl fotve lie buried bla uruiy
H pi III I Hie clt iu one herce nnsjiult
ufter aimtlier The lenuee fuugbt
like ticrih-K ttii-b nttuck was repulsetl
whb lerrlHc ns to the I'tirk. For
fipili etitlre duyx Hie MimIcui iissulled
the city. Irvsb dciiiitiuienii ever tak-
tig the lnt-eit tit tbiwe who reeled back
Development League Threaten Re
call of City Olflcals, Alleging MU
government Municipal Water
Work Is Bone of Contention
At Madras there appears to bo
something of an uprising on tho
part of the dissatisfied citizenship
because of the alleged misgovern
ment of the city fathers. That
those forming the newly-chrfstcned
"Madras Development League"
may resort to the use of the recall
upon tho official persons of the
council and mayor is hinted In the
wild report of the uprising appear
ing in Mayor Turner's Pioneer.
After a couple of meetings, held
with secrecy enough to do credit to
the most approved black hand oper
ations, the League had printed, not
in the Mayor's printshop, conspic
uous flaming red posters calling a
public maas meeting. At this
gathering sujidry questions concern
ing the expenditure of city funds
in the erection of the municipal
water works, and pertaining to
alleged unnecessary delay and ex
travagance in this water-getting
enterprise, were shot at the city
council. In what appears to have
been no very gentle manner.
The end of the political fracas
seems to have been that a committee
was appointed by the reformers to
audit the municipal accounts.
Nothing as yet has been heard from
the investigators, and according to
last reports the officials of the
troubled city still held their jobs,
though the tea of political squabble
seethed uncomfortably above them.
river four portages were made, 'defeated On tbe ttrtti uy of the us
nroumi rrlrglo, IJenham and Dillon
Falls, and about the old log jam be
low tho fish traps.
A farewell party was given at tho
Bachelor Girls' cottage Friday
evening in honor of Miss Medora
Steele of Portland, who has been
visiting hero for some weeks. An
entertaining program of songs wns
tlte feature of the evening. Solos
were sung by M sses Eva Graves
and Edith Eastea and S. N. Steele
of Portland. Othors nresent wore
Misses Sara Perry. Tot Tacrirart.
Bess Richards and Rachel HaUimrbv.
Ernest Luthey, A. M, Pringle. H.
A. Miller, R. B. Gould. E. R. Post,
J. L. Sumrnll, Ben M. Sawbridgc,
Horace N. Steele and Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Scott.
A white English Setter about
ten months old. Has goiter on
left side' of neck. When last
seen had light collar with Bend
dog llcenso number. Strayed
or stolen from Bend about July
ftth. Rowan! will bo paid for
his return or for information
leading to return. Address
Rend 'Bulletin, Bend. tf
muit. UcL H. rsolyman pne up tbe
attempt to cru-th Vienna. He with
drew sullenly taun ihe H.etie of but de
feat, leuviug NMim dend lurks ou tbe
held. I he price ot tviiijueat wan for
out-e ton oiEti for him.
Vienna was wied. and not only Vi
enna, but KuroK VIhium mid been
i:urtie Mrrler nguiiixt the lurks'
further ii dr it nee. und the barrier beld
drill The northern llinll uf Ku rope's
rurklxh ni(tN mis reuchetl,
Onif tnorv. In later year. Vienna
was Ixvli-util he the Mo-detu. and she
iignlti letit them off Thu blub tide
of such Invusluii hud come tuid reced
ed, Kiiniix' nt large wns now forever
secure- from this long dreaded fin
In Ihe moment of victory, atvordJng
lit Ihe milium. Hie tinkers who had
I ven tbe h la rm were nut forgotten.
'o ctimtiiciuontte tbe event they and
tbelr derM-enditnts thencefonb molded
tbelr mils Into the shu or a crescent
Itbe tuicred emblem of Turkeyi. The
custom prevails to this ility
Pew Americans nho nre used to see
ing crescent shaped Vienna rolls bare
un.v Idea how such rolls drt earae to
! thus twls(ed nor. what great deed
' ervwent fmriu couitnemorutea. Cbl
cKt luter Ocean.
Tsnd to Shorten Lift.
Ailments or tbe heart and lung bare
ixtna frequently attributed by patholo
gists and other to tbe blowing ot
wind Instrument. It baa even been
asserted, without any deOnlte founda
tion In fact, that tho cornet, trom
bone or oboe player la "blowing bis
lungs away" and will die before bla
Dr. Porcbetmer in his "Prophylaxis,
and Treatment of International DU-i
eases" shows tbe fallacy of this belle tl
Do state emphatically tbat "Just as
many players of stringed Instrument
bare emphysema an players of wind
Instruments." and after a long experi
ence of musicians be has come to tbe
conclusion that "neither emphysema
nor Its predisposition la a result of
To determine statistically the effects
on longevity of playing upon wind In
struments Or. James: F, linger con
sulted drove's VUlctlonary of Husb
and Musicians" aud Champlln'n "Cy
clopedia of Mush- and Musicians" and
calculated the avenige nge nf 100 per
formers uKiu wind lustniments and uf
a like number Usn Htrluged Instru
ments. Tbe uvernge length nf life of
pt.iyers Um wind InstrumeutH wan
Ca.fi year und f players upon string
ed Instruments iC! years. Of tbe for
mer 31 ht cent reaebtHl agea abov I
TU year. I
For Ihe different wind Instruments
the average ages were as follows:
Klute. til 'J years; oImh-. m yeurs; bas
soon, ta years; borti. ill 4 years; clar
inet. B.V2 years; tnimet und cornet.
(Si I years. It Is Interesting that tbe
players on wind Instruments who ex
ert tbe greatest Intru-pneumuile pres
sure namely, performers on tbe trum
pet and ttirnet wen- the longest lived,
while the players who exert tbe least
pressure, tbe flutists, were the short
est. .New York World.
The moat sublime psalm tbat can tx
heard on thin earth l the lisping of a
humau soul rrom tbe lips of childhood.
A Ghost In tho Commons.
A certain M. P lylug III un tho
continent a number uf years ago, re
ceived an urgent "whip"; for a critical
division lu Ibe bouse and replied tout
be would be present at all cost to bis
health or convenience. Uu tbe eveut
ful night when tbe bouse divided thei
tollers at 'the division lobby door saw)
tbe M. P. In question; and bis vote
was rvcorded. Tbe day afterward It
was discovered that tbe number of
votes revorded by tbe division clerks
was otio short of tbe number glveu
by tbe tellers. It was afterward
found that at tbe time tbe division
was taken tbe M, I', bad breathed bla
last. London Mall.
by buying your
F I'KNI T l It E
ot K.M. THOMPSON, tlend, Ore.