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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1913)
THK BKND RULLKTIN, BKNI), WKDNKHMY, MAltUlt 10, IB1.1.
Augustus of Poland and His Sax
kon Captain Were Strong.
BUT THEY MET THEIR MATCH.
TWiYouna Swsdlsh Count Whom Thsy
Sought to Imprest With Thtlr Fsats
of 8trngth Took a Hand In ths
Oima Himsslt and Datsd tha King.
"bit n bitterly cold evening In l'obru
nt I'd?, a little company f Swedish
dragoon, huutHiucti Mini grooms tend
Ingexlnt Iiiiocn rode ncro-w tin? draw
bridge ot the cmdle of Llchcvcnla. on
the "luniks or Hit river KNter, In Sax
ony. They were evidently expected.
InrMhe olllcer who tiemled the hunta-im-ii
wna iittidui'ted lulu h brilliantly
lighted chamber, where was giithuicd
n'mrge company or men nt arm. UN
glance around the room told III in that
ufdrtuklug Ixnit wiik In progress, and
In the center of the gu gathering tbe
visitor U'lield elte former king uf l'o-lnnd-llii
AiiKUMttiii. a title lie after
vii rd regained.
Advnuclug to the place where the rol
licking, ruynl iierKoungu wit Htecltvd In
Wine, the Swedish olllcer. a young man.
huttnll mill broad idiouldcrcd. rcjKirtcd
that liht ttiuMrr, King Charlca of Swe
drti. would arrive at the castle the fol
lowing morning to take part In tho
boar hunt to which be bad been In
Tiled. Whereupon the ex-klng. looking the
young SwevllHli nobleman over with up
prahdng rye. frowned, then recovered
til nU!K)ure a he noted the skill
with which the tneKsengvr nddreaited
hlm without once nxlug the title of
tmijeitjr." He wan happy, he said
complacently, that Klnu Charles was
coming, and he added. l have been
told that Count Guntnf BertelKkold"
lor thin was the uoble nniwonger'a
name "wan a valiant participant In
my royal friend hoar hunt.'
As the evening wore on tbe company
became minder and tbe wine flowed
tnur freely until at length August,
with a gent n re that commanded atten
tion, took from tbe table a silver pinto.
Without apparent effort he bent tho
plate to a roll In his right band and
tossed It as drink money to a servant.
Loud crte of "Bravof followed this
princely achievement. Tbe example
challenged Imitation. A atocklly built
Haxon cavalry captain took from bla
pocket a copper coin. Turning aside
tbe tablecloth, bit laid tbe coin on tbe
table and with a mighty blow of bla
tint drove the coin so deep Into tbe
oaken aiirfacv of the table that It stuck
there. Stw shouts of applause abook
even the henry beamed celling.
Ring August then ordered several
borsesbncH brought In. Looking tbcm
over carefully, be selected one that
suited blm and passed It round tbe
company no that all could tee it waa
strong and erfect In every way. Then
be mood up and. bending the shoe
backward and forward In tbe middle,
broke It In two eo.ua I pieces and held
them out In either band to show bis
niiiw-l were harder than iron even.
Hln mi ih of approval roe louder than
ever, goblets were Oiled and emptied
airnln. anil tho stocky Saxon cavalry
nip tn In was beard to proclaim that the
king of Poland should one day break
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
William JoluiBon ot Deschutes
was trading In Bond Monday.
Tho Kvotilug "BOO' club moots
with Mrs. It. K. Allen tonight.
N. T, Wolder has been laid up with
tonallltls but Is lion convalescing. .
,C. ll. 'Anderson loft yesterday for
Seattle, to bo gone for s6tle tlmo. '
lleorge Gates Is back on tho rural
mall route after being oft for sever
al weeks. , ,, . . ' . .
It. S. UtchardH came In f'rV Port
land Sunday and will probably lo
A pole nnd electric light Is being
Inatnllod nt tho corner ot Kront and
Kor the past few' dnysTMrs. W. K
Parker has becrt laid ,ufl with nn nt-
tack ot grip.""" - v-v'
Paul K. PetorspU returned Sunday
from n visit nt his homo 'nt Friday
Harbor, Wash. . . "
William Aho'mathy, who left last
July for his old homo In Iowa, has
returned to Bend. 4- j . ,
A grange has been organized nt
Opal City by Cyrus II, Walker,
deputy stato organizer.
Tho Prlscllln Club met with Miss
Nell Market at the F II. Thompson
residenco Monday evening.
J. II. Curl, forest ranger nt Itos
land, came to town Inst week to work
In tho forestry ofneo for n while.
A fire In Madras Monday night Is
reported as having destroyed soveral
buildings In tho business center.
II. C Melscl. who has a ranch two
and a half miles north of Deschutes,
was a business visitor In Bend Mon
day. The month) dance nnd social ot
the Fratcrnol Brotherhood will be
held tomorrow, evening in Sather's
S. J. Spencer, who lias been living
at Ontario, was In Bend last week.
Ho expects to retlirn In 'about ten
Willis C. and Richard Benson of
Seattle, are spending Easter vacation
nt "Mountain Crest View" ranch cast
Misses Anno nnd Gcrtrudo Market
loft Tuesday morning for their homo
stead In the Mllllcan country, after
a ten-day visit 'here.
Tho brick work on the new laun
dry building is completed and with
in a short time the now quarters win
bo ready to move In to.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Kolger return
ed from Albany, where thoy spent
the winter. They resldo In Mllllcan
valley on a homestead.
Testimony was taken yesterday by
Commissioner Ellis in the contest
case of E. O. Walto against P. C. .Har
dy involving: the homestead claim ot
Hardy. ICO acres, In tho Powell
A. II. Davis, one of tho foremen
on tho sewer construction, thinks so
much of his country that he took up
!u homestead In the southeast country
last week, bavins been located by
O. C. Henkle. Ho says his partner,
' W E. Hnnnau. also expects to locate.
C. Ileloher. nnd sister, after
Tho Baptist womnn'o union will
moot with Mrs. K. I). Kotchum uoxt
Elmor Ward has been sick for' tho
past tw.o days, but Is nblo to bo at
his work again today.
Grand Secretary H. 13, Sharon (it
Portland will visit the Bond, lodftb ot
Odd Fellows next Monday nlRh.Uvt
Walter Taylor had tho uilsfofUiuo
to fall whllo'-nt vork im hIbMViso
near tho school building nnd sustain
ed n broken rib, which prevented him
from going out to Ms homestead 'its
htj expected lust week.'
' TvlU Foley say's that 'work on the
new power station Is progressing
Bplomltdly nnd that probably by tho
first of tho month brick work will
coni'ronco. The Bend Brlok .1 Lum
ber Co. has the brick coutrnet.
O. M. Guptlll had n close call from
n rock that was, supposedly, thrown
by n blast from Bond street, na lie
was doing some work nt his room In
the old Trlplett building Saturdny. HnM ""1 ,w,:lv'' W"1H ,,", ?'tM,r. W,T
He had an oyoshade on and this waar'U"leoii iiuule up liU mind to Invade
knocked from his head.
C. S. Benson spout Friday nuQ
Saturday In Madrus on legal business
nnd appeared ns attorney for A. W.
Clothier In suit brought by John
McTggnrt, growing out of tho hir
ing ot an ntito. McTnggart asked
for IS1C and was awarded $S4.
There will bo services nt tho Cath
olic church Thursday, Friday and
Saturday nt 7:30 a. m. nnd at 7:30
p. in. Thursday nnd Friday. On
Easier Sunday nt 10:30 there will
be solemn high mass, sermon on tho
feast nnd benediction of tho bless
Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Smith have an
their guests this week Mr. Smith's
brother. M. K. Smith, and wife Uf
llomldjl, Minn. They are makug an
extended trip to tho coast. Mr.
Smith is engaged in the lumber busi
ness In llomldjl.
John Moore came In from Bend
Tuesday with nlno passougurs. Ho
made the run In about eight hours.
This Is tho first machine over tho
road this year, nnd considering (ho
snow and mud mado a, remarkably
quick trip. Silver Lake Loader.
WINTER AND WAR
Bitter Cold ns a Factor In tho
Campaigns In Europo.
ARMIES WRECKED BY FROST.
In Moit of tha Qraal Conflicts For a
Ctntury Past o Waathar Has Play,
td a Prominent Part Napolton'e
Dlaaitroua Invatlon ol Ruiaia.
War In bad enough under the liest of
ulltiiiille condition), but when war inul
bitterly cold mid Icy weulbor mix tho
xuncrlim U wocrully liui'iiMII'-d. And
yet there Inn litirdly ev -r txfii.'R Kuni
pemi war on it big mt t In which Geu
iml Jack I'mM lias not taken u blind.
(In back n century. Klgbteeii htlh-
A cnrload of Janil plaster will ar
rive at the United Warehouse by
Saturday. Get your order In early 2
till. pmmli rtMiwin tia fjtittl na hi.
brent nn Iron horeho.. nt the same spending the winter in tho AVIIlam
time giving the SwedUh count a know- I ottc valley, woro horo tills week en
Count Bertelsknld roe to go. this be
route to their hoi'nea nt Hec'U'loy, In
Harney county. They have honie-
Itm the only reply be considered ap- I "toads In that district which they
proprlate. But tbe aggresxlve Saxon
iijitHlu IiIik-LiiI hi way mid shouttil:
"HiNin my iiotior. I believe th" little
FwiiIIkIi iiuitlt Ik iifnild of us Cently,
gently, my young friend Your dell
.rate tinner would certainly never
firvak luirKiwlim- In two. Drink,
(Irjnk. I wiy. to (be health of hhi niaj-
exty the king of Pulniid!
will make proof on In Juun. They
oxpoct to take up additional land by
filing an desert - claims,
Order your land plaster at once.
United Warehouse Co., Bond. 2-3
HKK T. X. 1IOKFMA.V AT OXCK
ABOUT THAT KISIIIXO LICENSE
THAT YOU WILL HOOX XEEB.
Kits every modern
fncility for handling
milk nnd cream in it
scientific and abso
lutely cleanly man.
ner. Deliveries made
anywhere in Bend.
KKK V. X. HOI'I'MAX AT OXCE
titni'T tii at iMuuiW: r.ifii;i'
Puiiut BerteNLold'H baml went to hl THAT VOU WILL HOOX XHKB,
sword hilt like a lliinh. But be check
rd tilnineif. Kflr.ctl n goblet nnd. drain
mi iiimneu. xriKcu n gooiei nnu. urain- I m
jipg II In the lax! drop. exelHlmed: "At j"
tt- reiiii'Ht of this geiitlenimi I drink yy
Ju the priMpcrity of his uinJeHty King It
UiiiIhIhim May he live long and i.
relun liMpplly " .No deeiMT Innult
j-oulil tune ttceii offered, 'for It was
.King 1'hnrietf of Kwden who bad
4'iiiixcd SIiiiiIhIiiim to be choKvn elector
of Siuini in place of AiigUMtiin.
rliniw" shouted ii I'oIIhIi nobleman,
rinifroiitiug Count IlerteUkold. -or, by
lieriveii. I will write this toant. letter
tor letter In red iimiii your blue roatl"
jt wan King AttgiiMtiis who interrupt
m wltli the gentle reminder that tbe
PWMllxh niiitit ivai their guest.
'll iik." wild King Augustus, "pith-
MHk him If In tbe Swedlxh ramp
do not iimuxe tbeniKelves with
yipv lnieretliig experiments of tua
kind we nave Jiwt been bit vine"
, "If my houorMl bout will iMTmlC
ireiiled Count Kertclxkold, "1 will at
.tempt Komethlug that Is customary
'ei. do so. my dear count." replied
the king, ulnd to turn tbe threatened
lihHHllellttlg Into JeVL )
'"By all meaiix!" roared the bystnnd
Iterielskold looked around blm a mo
ment without replying. Then, sudden
ly "elrliig the two huxky Polish nuble-
..men wtm Inul been so ready to draw
PwonU agaliiHt him. Count Bertelskold
mixed them iHith up Ht once nnd. hold
ing them, kicking and sprawling, at
,Mrni' length bore them twice round
the table' Mud wl(b perfect solemnity
(sat them downnt tbe feet 'of 'the natoo
Ixjieit King Aiiguutiis. Kansas City
'Von. rsnnnl dream yonrself Into I
.rhinicter You must hammer and
tfaree voumell one. Ifrouda.
Gentlemen, at Your
w..; Our Spring .Specialties
Bachelor's Friend Socks guaranteed
fifr-four months. It' they wear out in
'"Chat time you leturn the certificate we
-jgive youwith ptirehase and the socks
. are replaced at once. $1 a box, four
'pairs to a. box, four stylish colors to
HATS -the famous J.. T. Hardeman
is the best 83'Kut made.
CLUETT SHIRTS known the world
. over-rr-get them here.
A. L. FRENCH
' SttthorBulldlnir. ' h
Itiixxin. iierore starting he was vnru
rut to Impure of the exortx nt w'lmt
Jute winter iixiinlly xct In In soiitlieru
lluxxla. They told him I he middle of
It mix on June ai Unit be Invmleil
lluxxla with Upu.uhi uieii. ntid he reach'
eil .Moxcow on Sept. II. That night
lire broke out. nnd wlUiln live days the
-lty wiix burned lo tbe gntilnd. Hveu
then he remained until Oct, IH Uifotv
Ih the laxt wvk iif October began
the' worxt frot which Klniv had
Wtmwu for three geuenitloux. The
riiiuex froxe rroui It MUirco to the
M'i The rn-lue. the Itblue. the Dan
ill, were nil livhotiiid. tin the Adrb
iillv, on Venice, wax ccn the ninaxlug
xlght of iloat'MU Ice tlix'x. The Hurdii
ui'lles mid nearby Hlen were fnnten,
Jack l-'roxi's Icy linger lay heavy even
upon North Africa Drift be apcar
el In the MUo. and there were suuw
xiorinx 'in Trl)tl ttili) .Morocco,
As for .N'Hitlcoii'x tiuu-e army, It was
almoxt wlpcil'iuit. l-'iuir huinlretl thou
xniul men imtIhIi.iI, They froie to
bnith In Imttiilloiix ax they lilvonack
il. nnd when at laxt, on Kv it, Na.
IHtleoii reached (ierilirili will, out of his
whole vaxt hoxt but IIHUXiO men wer
eft till v
I luring the winter of IH.VM the
Turkx were Imttlluu for dear life along
tbe Danube against horde of Itux
xlanx. in the following 8epteiulera.V
' ItiitNh tnMipx, a xliullar nuiiilwr
of Freni'h and K.IMIU Turks wirv laud
ed In the I'limea.
Again came a terrible winter, an
from tbe next of Ireland tight aenwa
into Axla fnt fell heavy on land and
e.i in !.oiidon It fme for xlx weeks
without a break From Jan M to Feb
'.'I the thermometer was below freezing
svery nlghl In the Crimen the cold
w fearful, and tbe Kngllxli nnny. dU
cnnvfully entered for. xiiffered horri
lily. In all the llrltlxh force bwt .U-
LVt men. and of thce only ta xr cent
fell In iMittle. The rent were dextroyed
by cold nnd dlxeaxv. aggravatixj by a
In IKTli came tbe hlggext wnr of the
latter half of the nineteenth rcntiiry.
the titanic conflict betwivn France and
Hermany By Ibt ail there were KVl,.
urn Ccnimn tnxi In Framv. Parts
wax UalcgMl. and there l-viui the four
fiioiilhx' Iptextmeut. with furioiix tight
um on Ixith xidex
Awiln Jack Fnwt ranie to the aid of
the 1,'eruiaiix A long cpell of liileii-e
ii!d limit. life almost iuKMxlble for
the Iwlf xtan'Ml Irench. while the
tiitriiMiix, who bud the whole country
io ilrmv "u. l-lde their own excellent
eoiiimixxMiiHt. xtifTered very little. By
lali'iury the clly wax In Mich u terrible
-oildlllnii Unit It surrendered
Ttie dale of the text griMt wwr liefore
llMt of mi': in which Turkey was eu
CMued wh IM The '1'url.x were at
tacked bv mi eiioriuouxiy superior force i
of ltuiHii. iv lib lite czar hlmlf In
cimiihimihI Oxhihii Piixba, with -IOiOI)
Hum luirrlii) iiil.iuil to Pleviui. a vll
Wtfe winch xIinkI iihiii m bill, mid there
(in-lily ciitrMtlcbeil hliurelf Tbe litis
xImiix IhiiI Iiki.mmi men, but Oxmnn mid
lil daiiutlexx band defeated tbum In
font Hiiecexxlve battle
III Nixembei winter set In three
w-ekx earlier thaii uxual. The Turkx
hud no winter clothing nnd little to
at bm IUHI7C Hirrldge and horxctlexh,
They xiiiTcicd fearfully. At Inst, on
iii'ec ii. niey ueiermitieu to nrcilK our.
There were only ito.pmi luft. but their
pixli was xo tremefidniH that they car
rled three Hue of Itiixxlrib trcncliea be
fore they eie xurrnuidel and forced
by eiionuoiuiy xujivlor, ijuiiihcrx to
xiirrender iiiicoiidliluiiullyrLonUin Answer.
and ovcryhody will want something new for that event,
Of course all of the ladies have bought their new hats
and now must think about the other items ol'their toilet.
PUMPS AND OXFORDS. We have the snappiest
line you ever saw, Patent Leatheis, Suedes. Satins,
White Nu-Hueks and Cluinipiifijiic, Oxfords, Ties and
Pumps. You can see a few ol these styles in our
Oregon street window. Per pair $3.50 and $4.00
FOR. THE MEN:
THE GORDON HAT. Everyone new unci up-to-date,
The Gordons have all the real snappy styles.
You can see them in our Oregon street windows.
Any Cordon in the house for $3.00
SHIRTS. Many new styles with the stilt military
collar and French, turn-buck culls. All new nnd
your choice for $2.00
Our Wall street whitlows will show you a few of
FANCY HOSE. Corded Lisle Luce, plain colors'
in Lisle ami Silk; a beautiful line of hosiery, and
you can get.. 3 Pr. for $1.00
'The Store of Better Values"
GREAT MOUNTAIN WHERE
CMIEJUAKE NOW IS
.Mount Mamma Wit Monster Volcano
That l)Naiteaieitluto BoweN of
Km III .Many Vrarx Ago,
Tho following Interesting article Ii
from tho bulletin of the I'. U. Geo
Tho hlghett mountain In Oregon U
Mount Hood, 11,126 feet nbovn tea
level. Compared with Mount Whit
ney, to tho outh In California, and
Mount IUInlcr, to tho north In Wash
ington, each rlnlng well abovo II,
000 feet, Mount Hood dooa not ap
pear bh n akyierapor. However, ac
cording to tho gcologlita of the Uni
ted Slat? Geological Hurvoy and
other nutliorltlc, Oregon had at one
time, probably bcfnro tho dawn of
life iiK)ti tho earth, a great volo.inc
which towered a fir above Mount
Hood aa do Mount Italntor. poil
lil." 6V011 aevenil thoiiiand feet hlgllor.
flila wan tho groat Mount Mnrapia.
But tliouannda of yoara ago (hU
mountain disappeared Into tho bowola
f th earth and nil that la left tu
la) la the huge rlia around Crater
Crater Lake Is the catdurn of tlibi
'xtlnrt nnd coUHwd volcano and Is
lenrly six lulled In dlanietur. Tho
-isldo walla of the rim of tho undent
mountain arc In places nearly l.ouo I
loot high and almost perpendicular
I ho lake Itself Is In places 2,000 feet
deep and parts of tho walli rle nbovo
Its waters another 2,000 feet. A re
storatlou of tho mountain In fanrv, '
using as n basis tho angles of tho
,oer slopes, which still remain, i
shows that tho apex could not have,
jeon far from 15,000 foot In height, .
jo that Mount Maxama was enn o'
thn most lofty and majestic peaks In
tun t nlleil HUtes.
Tho Director of tho (ieolnglcil sur
vey at Washington has a fine topo
graphic map of Orator l.ako and vl
clnlty for sain at the nominal prlro
of 10 cents. This map has on tho
bsok an Illustrated description of
firnin. I .b. ....a ... .......... ... ,.
w.miui iMinu nnu nn aill'IIHl III m
formation from the ancient tnoun-tain,
BIGHT AT THE IWS-
HKAUQUAKTKFtH I OK
L.C. R.I:.MINQ, Prop.
A ciirloiiN liMiiimie to iilniory la found
in II I. de M M WutHoii'a ixMik, "A
I'ollxh Kxtle Willi .Naioleou,'' to the
effect I Im I the empurorV evchlliga at
St lleleiiu Weiv xolmvd with uilinle
from ii piniio winch win. Imported fnun
llllgliiuil ill il i-ohi to .nMileou llliuxelf
t ll ?iliii. The iiiiihIcIiiii waa ht
liiip Mine Bertrnud. At miy rule, the
piano- wiih peiiiciiilni to her and wai
renioted ii)' her from tho island after
.ViiHiieoii a death
The young iiihii wu iluurlng out
wnya nnd ineiiii 'They say two cun
live iim chenpiy na one "
"IM not delude youivelf, I'erdlunnd,"
Huld (lie mri. "loi one thing, I nliall
NMiivey have to have a neparat car."
Typhoid Carrlsrs; '.
Ah many an to ht rent of patlenta
rouviiieHclilg frnm typhoid trvtr aro
miown in lie typhoid carriera, wbo
may atari freiih lufei-lloiiH at auytlma
lteiim Herre when prewet, hill hon
mi liixtini't romeit toiyutiwr. i'opn.
IS NEARLY HERE.
tpnotcr Elmc io Hint ZTinic. Have you
pretty millinerv? Are you entirely satis
fied with yours? Even if you do not want to
buy a new hat, remember that we have a com
plete stoek of trimming material and that the '
advice and assistance of an expert trimmer U
at your service. It will be u pleasure to have
you calla pleasure for both of us -because
you will enjoy seeing ,our handsome display,
and we will enjoy showing you what we have.
mrs; s, Mcintosh.
f7ZT at- n' . - -if : , j ,ir infy&W t$t