Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1913)
IlKSD RULLKTIN, I1KNI), Olltt., WKDNKSBAV, JULY 10, MM.
SPECIAL Two-Reel FEATURES
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1(5
Never Too Late to Mend
SATURDAY, JULY 19
The Lost Son
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2!l
Drama in the Air
SPECIAL VIOLIN SELECTIONS.
SHE MET THE SULTAN.
LOCAL NEWS 1TEA1S
J. Snow Parmlntor Is back In town.
Q. I). YounK I assisting at the Pat
terson Drug Compnny.
There are six candidates for the
postmastcrshlp at Prlnevllle.
There will bo services at the Cath
olic church next Sunday morning at
Forrest Assistant William Crosby
camo In from the lllg River ranger
'There are messages at tho Western
Union Telegraph oBlce for "V. E.
Moore anil Frank Thornbruc.
Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Ford of Port
land arrived this mornlnc to visit
their daughtor, Mrs. M. D. Knutson.
Dr. W. W. Faulkner and family
havo returned from Rosoburg whoro
they spent several Weeks on a vaca
, George Prince and a party of tlm
bermen came In from the East Sun
day night and went up to the John E.
A. C. Brook of Seattle, who has
extensive property Interests In Bend,
arrived Monday for a stay of three
or four months.
A party consisting of R. E. Koon,
Clarence Mannhelmer, J. A. Walkup
and Ray Morehouse spent Sunday on
the Mctollus fishing.
The State Bank of Redmond has
made application to the comptroller
of currency to become the First Nat
ional Bank of Redmond.
The wool sale which was to havo
been held yesterday was again post
poned, this time to an Indefinite date.
All the wool Is not yet In.
Episcopal church services will be
held in the Masonic hall this even
ing at 8 o'clock. Rev. Bertram War
ren of The Dalles will officiate.
Mrs. O. A. Thorson and children
will leave this evening for Minneap
olis where they are called by the
illness of Mrs. Thorson's father.
The monthly Fraternal Brother
hood dance, open to the public, will
be given tomorrow evening, Hanna'a
orchestra furnishing the music.
Mrs. Philip Hampton, sister of Mrs.
C. R. Cook, who has been visiting
here for several weeks, leaves to
night for her home In Sedro-Woolley,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sharp of Prlne
vllle, with Henry Corbett's family of
Portland, were here Sunday on an
auto trip, having come from the Me
tollus. The United Presbyterian colonists
who were taken out to look over the
homestead lands returned Saturday
and filed on claims east of Mllllcan's
D. M. Davis, formerly a member of
the Overturf-Davis-Mlller Co.. is In
town again, on' a visit of indefinite
Mr. aad Mrs. O. 0. Ttokner of
Portland, who cane up for a rtelt
at the A. M Prlngl heme, have gone
to Helslng's on the Metollus for-an
Capt. John Young and son Howai-1
arrived last Thursday morning from
Seattle, the trip being made by auto.
They are visiting at tho home of
AN ANECDOTE OF M'KINLEY.
His GtntU Rebuke to Department
President McKluley'a scrupulous loy
alty to his cabinet officers Is spoken of
as une of his characteristics. It is said
that he uever went over the head of
his secretaries to consult an assistant,
but held cacti to rvpousIllllty for his
Of nil the events of his administra
tion probably none was n source of
more anxiety to him than the decision
of the supreme court on the status of
the colonies. It was n mutter of great
moment whether the highest Judicial
body should uphold the view of the
administration that the constitution
sanctioned the poseilou of colonies
which were not granted full reproscii
tatlon. There were conflicting rumors
and forecasts of the color of the deri
sion, and thee added to the tension
felt nt Washington. Shortly before
the nuiiouiicemeiit of the finding of the
court it subordinate otllcer of one of
the departments appeared nt the White
House at an unusual hour and insisted
upon seeing the president ou the plea
of Important business. Having been
admitted, he came at once to his er
rand. "Mr. President, I have some good
news for you. I have Just teamed au
thoritatively that the decision of the
supreme court Is to be in your favor."
He fairly glowed with the Importance
of his wolcome message.
"Thank you." said Mr. McKlnley
quietly. "That Is good news. But
have you Informed your chief J"
"No. Mr. President. I thought you
ought to bo the first to know It.?
"Well. Mr. , I'm sorry for that.
Now, will you pleae do me the favor
to go at once to your chief and give
him the information so that be may
communicate It to me" Silas Uarrl
sou lu Century.
A Thread a Hundred Yards Long
Only an Ounce In Weight.
When it leaves the cobbing sheds as
bestos Is sent to the spluuiug mills In
bags containing about 100 pouuds. It
is then first carded by a machluo
somewhat resembling the saw tooth
gin seen In cotton mills. This machine
separates the tangled fibers, upon tho
completion of which operation there oc
curs a final carding on n regular card
ing machine. Leaving tills carding ma
chine the asbestos Is combed smoothly
and the fibers are laid parallel in a uni
Thi. niiit mtm I in front this mourn i .
..... .. . . .. ... .. i -'
in a rotary spinning macnine. t-irsi
the mass Is spun Into a coarse yarn.
Then It Is drawn and spun until It be
comes fine and quite strong. In ease a
hard, strong thread Is required for cer
tain fabrics the nsbestos yarn Is placed
In a doubling and twisting machine,
where two or more of the yarn threads
are combined. If the asbestos is to bo
Impregnated with rubber a smooth,
hard finished thread Is not rioslrnbte.
For n long time the problem of spin
ning asbestos presented many illlll
cultlos by reason of the manner In
whleh tho threads persisted In slipping
past one another. Kvontunlly It was
found that, under the microscope, a
thread of asbestos displayed n notched
surface awl that by means of apeclnl
twtetiug the spinning could bo success.
fully accomplished. The result Is that,
after many year of exer1inont. manu
facturers nowadays are able to turn
out a single asbetos turuad 100 yards
In length ami ;iot exceeding an ounce
In weight. ISxchauge.
Wily Reeehld Paths Fooled
Lady and the Monarch,
A certain Countess of Londonderry
wanted to meet the Sultan MulunudJ
11., to wlmm no KuroVcnii lady hud
been presented, but Lord Poiisonby,
the British ambassador, refused to
trltle with precedent. Ijuly London
derry then had a talk with Keselild
Prtslm. tho Tuiklsti minister for for
eign affairs. The wily (cctitd, desir
ing to do his best for her ladyship,
innde known to the sulliitt that a per
son had arrived nt Constant luople with
a wonderful collection of most valu
able Jewelry for sale and ventured
humbly to suggest that his lmcrliil
umjeaty might like to seo tho gems.
The sultan was Interested, and tin In
terview was nrruuged, but Reschld
merely told I.ndy Londonderry that she
would be presented and that the sul
tan, having hoard of the fatuo of her
Jewelry, had particularly requested
that she would put It all ou wheu she
c.iiue. Tho gratified Indy did so.
On her arrival at tho palace Reschld
Pnslm conducted 1-ndy Londonderry
Into the presence of the sultan. Her
dress glittered with diamonds, pearls.
turquoise and other precious stones.
"Pckkel!" ("flood !") Mid tho aitltati
as I.ady Londonderry eourtesled. "She
has iiingulflcent Jewels."
Reschld (to the ladyl Ills majesty
graciously bids oii welcome.
Ijidy l.ondonderry liowed and ox
proncd her thanks In French, the lan
guage used by Rechld.
Re-u-hld (Interpreting) She says she
has other Jewelry, but could not put
Sultan A!1 her what Is tho price of
that diamond necklace.
Reschld His majesty Inquire wheth
er this Is your first visit to.Coustnutl
nople? Ijtdy Londonderry This Is my first
visit, niid I rim delighted.
Reschld tto suttnu) Shu asks a mil
lion of plasters.
Sultan That Is too much.
Reschld Ho l.ndy Londonderry) Ills
majesty asks whether you have seen
the mosque. If not, ho offers you a
I.ady Londonderry expressed her
Sultan Whnt price does she put on
that set of turquoWcs?
Reschld I to Lady Londonderry) Ills
majesty says that perham you would
like to take a walk In the garden.
Lady Londonderry expressed her
tlmiiUs and said she would llku to see
the lniHrlal garden.
' Reschld (to sultau)-Sh says -100.000
Sultan Take her away. I shall not
give such prices.
Reschld ito Lady Londonderry) His
majesty graciously exproses satisfac
tion at having made your acquaint
ance. Lady Londonderry eourtesled low and
withdrew from his majesty's prosewo
to visit the garden with Hie amiable
and courteous Kcschld. and afterward
she had n delightful story to tell to her
friends of the kindness with which the
sultan had received her.
A Voice Without a Soul,
Tibet's dahil Iniun was greatly dis
turbed by the first phonograph hu saw.
Rdtutind Candler, when lu Lnssn with
tho Youiighusbaiid expedition, heard
from the Nepleso resident how hu hud
recently brought tho uncanny toy ns u
present from the nmhimijiih of XcMl
to the pi lest king. The dalnl lama
walked around It uneasily ah It blared
forth tut KuglNlt band piece and an In
delicate Rliutiiiicso song. Then he
thought for a long' while, and tluiilly
said he could not live with this voice
without u soul. So It was passed on to
ed. I'luinu ur address Rector
wine, SlHtors, Oregon,
LOST burroll innre, no brand,
.1 while pointed legs, right hind log
Hpitvliied. Kinder ploasu notify (ho
A Paternal Proposition.
"The government throws all tho ob
solete army wen pons In the junk pile.
They are unsalable."
"Seem to me the government gives
very little thought to pleasing Its cltl
sens." "How nowr
"Think of tho Innocent Joy that
would result If they Hurled those
weapons on the various battlefields for
tourists to dig up." Kansas City Jour
nal. Ovid and Aviation.
If the aviators of today wish for a
clusslenl motto, what better can they
take than this passage from Ovid's
"Ars Amatorln." a, 43-
qtiU crrttfrrl umqnam
Atria Uomlmm oarpw in vUsT
which means, "Who would believe that
man will ever be able to take aerial
paths!" Youth's Comiwulou.
(Iioccilcs of nil hinds, axes, ne
handles, etc., nt .IiiIiiihiii'n CiisIi
Store, Mllllcnii, (lie, flood goods at
low prices. Dp
Creditor-1 should like to know when
you ore going to (my this bill, I en n't
come here every day lu the Week.
Debtor-What day would suit you bcl7
Creditor Saturday. Debtor Very well;
then you en ii call hero every Saturday.
"You really like country life, do you,
Dobbvr asked I'etlow.
"You liet I do." said Dobson.
"What do you do with yourself
nights?" asked I'etlow.
"Oh. I come to town," said Dobscu.
Long Drawn Out Elections.
No 'complaint with regard to undue
limitation of (tolling time was jKemlblc
In the old parliamentary days. The
danger was that (Milling might be pro
longed for a fortnight or a mouth.
Drastic action lo bring the poll to a
close once provoked a riot In the West
minster division of Loudon. At the
Trsvellng Send Hills.
On the cuust of IVuiernnla there are
large tracts of sand heilpetl up by the
wind, hundreds of yard In breadth
mid from tM to I'JO feet high, niid
thesu hills, propelled by the wind,
mure steadily In an eustcrly direction
The speed at whleh these great hills
travel Is from thlrty-nlnu to fifty-six
feet ii year. Pine winmIs. whleh some
times coiue lu their line of march, run
out stop them and are completely de
stroyed. The branches are rotted off
by tho sand, and nothing Is left of the
tree but the tinru stems, which after
a few years wither and die.
TOR SALIC Baled clover hay at
Anderson Bros, much. Phono, ldtfl
FOR HA I.K Cabin near lloutl Co,
mill, luqulro nt Bulletin olllco. Hltf
l-'OR HALU (loud Ford auto, two
passetiKor, $JJ5, Alfred flovu, Box
fc'OU BALK Tiiiiiii of horses, wag
on and harness nt Fred Anderson's
FOR BALK Hogerstron piano, al
most new, V, J, llrabenhorst, back
of creamery. 1 Op
FOR BALIS -Tho Altatnont Hotel
bulldliiK and furniture, all now and
llrat class, J, A. Hastes. 4tf
FOR BALK Four registered Jer
sey coWs and calves nt Hhorwood
Bros, ranch 7 miles S, W. of Red
FOR HALU flood property on
Wall nnd Bund sjrects, also In Ken
wood. For particulars apply to II.
C. Kills. 17tf
FOR BAJ.IC OR TltADIS Sleer
calf. Impilm of Mrs. M. B. Howe, nt
tent near Oreutt woodworking shop
on Bond street. 11)
FOR MALIC One acre, 2 two-room'
houses, Iwm, woodshed, water. Close
In ou 7th street. $1000, $200 down.
1ml. monthly. Junes & Konshnw. 7tf
FOR HAI.K- K4 0 rods of woven
wlro farm fencing J J lu. high, S lino!
wire, at aOe per rod at tho Baud'
un failiniiHj l rei Itilttt If lil tiii i I ii '
I iu viiuunui i'i m uvmm wiisittisiii
FOR 8ALK -Choice residence lots
In Orokla Addition. This Is on tho
river. Prices are rcatonnhln and on
terms of $6 cash, $S iiionlhly, J A.
Kasfes, agent. IDtf
FOR 8ALK Thoroughbred Crys
tal White Orpington hens nnd roos
ters, recently luiorted from tho fa
mous Kcllcitrjis farm at Kunsas;
City. See (1. W. Shrluer. Hip
FOR SALK All klHds of common,
lumber at McXaught ft dortson's
mill, ou llend-Burus road. Also, wuj
cut any kind of orders on short!
notice. Wrltu or call on us fori
FOR SALE Four flno tots In
Park Addition In block 13. Water,
light and sidewalks; attractive,
houses occupy adjoining properly.
Snnio prices you pay for unimproved
lots far out. "Inquire "Bargain", at
Bulletin oillce. Stf
FOR HALK All kinds of rough
and dressed liimtn-r, at Anderson
Bros, savkiulll half nay between Bend
and ltldlnw, oh old Tumulu road.
Reasonable prices, rough lumber $10
per M, Delivering to Head or Laid-
l iuw a our .m. luiepiiune. iuii
FOR SALK -Fine kitchen range,
as good as new. Htl malleable.
Only reason for selling Is Insinuation
of an electric rant-'e. Has had Unlit
use and Is as good ns now. For snlo
at n bargain, May bo seen at Bund
Water, Light ft Power Co. olllco, up
Inquire at Bulletin oillce. 17lf
FOR HALM - Itanoli or 120 nrruit
situated ft Hi mlleii soiitheiuit of llmul
on lleiid-Biirns road. I'liiru Is well
luipiovnd with hiilldlmiH mid grain,
clover, niralia mid root crops. Is In
good shape (o carry owm and hogs.
Has lit) anren of water under Arnold
dltuli, Stock nnd tools uompletu to
run tho plnoo. Kvorythlsg goon at
roasotinblo lluuro. Tills will nponl
to yon, Hoo It before buying else
whoro, Helling on aoouiinl of sick
ness. Hoo owner on ranch, A, ('.
Armstrong. 10-1 Dp
Arrlvea ,,,,,,,.,,.,, 8 a, in,
Leaves 8:80 fj. m. -
O..W, It. -S. CO.
Arrives K:1R p. u -
Leaves ,,,,,...,,. ,(IM6 a. in,
HTAfJK LINK HOUTII.
Arrives 7:30 p. in, -
Leaves 10 r.. in. -
Cars dally to Burns and points
south nnd southenst.
(lenernl delivery open dally 10
a. m, to 11:30 p. in. -
(louornl delivery open Sunday -10:30
a. in. (o II a. in. -
Railway mall closes 7 p. m. -
Stage mall closes 0 p. til. -
TKLKflltAI'H HIIURS, -
Western Union dally 0-1 J j
Western Union Sunday S-10 and
Pioneer Co. dully 7 a. in. lo 0 p. -m.
Pioneer Co. Sunday 8-1 S; $-8 .
u; a-i-i .
- - - " -. .- -
We are going to
give a fine leather
bound $8 basket
to the person presenting
thejurgest mlside caught
between June 1 find Sep
tember 1, w I tlitayk!e
bought at our store. Cull
Advertisements Inserted under tills!
Iicndlnir nt the rne of one relit n
general election' that liegau on April i word for each lusenlon. DIscDtint on
17-11. the two Westminster minis- j extended Insertions. tliargeM arei
torlal enmlldates were on tho fifth day , Miyable In ndwiucv eveept for uiUer-,
of N)lllng well ahi-ail. but an opfiosl Users IihvIiik ii regular account nltli
tlon iiarty of electors nptironchlng the 'Tho Bulletin. AH paid advertise-I
hustings In great force, the high bnlllff j nients ulll lx iHsrl In Tho Bulletin
(who favored tho ministerialists) de- i otllce at the time of receipt.
dared that he feared a riot and closed
the sll. The bnlllol voters rioted and
tho military were called out. The high
bailiff had afterward to npologlzu on
his knees to the speaker and pay a
An Early Poetel Experiment.
As long ago as the seventeenth cen
tury the attempt was made to prejwy
letters by using stamps, lu KBW Paris
tried a system that even provided pil
lar I mix its for the letters, which were
to Mive a billet, prbo 1 Mil. attached to
the letter or (street. Tho ex(erlment
met tli usual experlame of the (Ho
neer ridicule. Mice were dropped Into
the letter boxes, mid when the letters
came to be collected It was found that
the animal had made a hourly meal of
FOR RKNT Furnished cnbln $t
n month. W. II. Leah, lot 11, blk IS.
Center Addition. 12tf
FOR RUNT Throo rooms furn
ished for light housekeeping, inquire
'at O'Donnell's market. 19tf
1 FOR RKNT- Two room cabin, well
furnished, free water, $7.40 u. month.
W. II. Losh. Bond Grocery. IStf
t FOR RKNT Threo eowfortaUe
rooms centrally located. Suitable for
1 family. Running water and oltwtrle
lights. Very moderate. Inquire nt
I Bulletin offle. Stf
WANTJfD Olrl for general house
w. As nobody could bo sure of (he I ,ork A , iMterHun Drug Oo. 17lf
i of (he parcels, the experiment .,..-.,. ... ,..... t
The Dairy Commissioner rules that
MUST BE MARKED
Dairy Butter full weight given in
ounces and the narpe and address of
the maker. Do yours comply with
. the law? If not, have some printed
THE BEND BULLETIN
came (o a sudden end.
Maeterlinck on the Future.
Mactorlluek In his book called "Le
MorP says of tho mystery of the nfter
death that outside of the religions
there are four Imaginable solutions
and no more. These are total annihila
tion, survival of our consciousness of
today, survival without any sort of
consciousness, survival with universal
consciousness or with a consciousness
different from that which we posnes
In this world.
The Joke on Father.
Khe had refused him, and he was '
"Reconsider, Annie." ho begged. "If
you don't I'll blow my brains nut."
"Huh." said Annie, "that would be a
good Joke ou father, for ho thinks you
haven't any." Ladles Home Journal
Rinks Could you lend me $1 until
Saturday? Jluks-I'm busied, Won't
have a cent myself until Saturday.
Blnks Would you lend it to roe then?
-Now Yorlr Globe.
Nature when she adds dlfflculUes
adds brains. Emerson.
WANTKD Ranch or other work
by man and wife. Inquire "W," at
WANTKD 1 Inch and ltf Inch
California Pino and " Sugar Pine,
common and upper grades. Perma
nent supply desired. Charles W,
Trumlmll, 1812-72 West Adams Ht
Chicago. ' !C-22p
Lost and Found.
STRAYKD May 16 two bay
marcs, branded on left stifle, ono
O (with bur below) nnd other HA
(Joined). Their fore tops roached.
Weight 10C0 lbs each. $10 reward
for Information that will lead to re
covery of samo. 8. Orgler, Bundj
Oregon, Homstad Valley. 18p
BTRAYKD or stolen from rango
near Sisters, a light sorrel mare colt
2 years old last .March, whlto face,
white mauo nnd tall, branded CO on
tho right shoulder. Last seen cross
ing the river at Laldlaw. Will give
$20 to any person Bend'ng mo word
so I can got her and $50 for evidence
that will lead to urrest and convic
tion of thlof If stolen. H. T. Andrus,
Madras, Ore. 19-20p
(LOST Between my form and Bis
ters, COO head of owes and lambs
branded with a cross, machine shear"
Now in Full Blast
Why7 not plan your Summer Vacation at this
wonderful resort, reached by rail to Portland via
STEAMER TRIP down the Columbia via
O-W. R. & N. Steamers "T. J. Potter" or
"Hussulo," ' daily except Sunday Surf
Bathing, Fishing -Tents and cottages "for
rent-Good hotel accommodations.
Excellent. Restaurant Service on Boats.
Information cheerfully given by Agent
O-W. R. & N.
A. JL Hunter's