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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1913)
Mmn ii(jj,lbtin, iiknd, oiib., wkoneway, jvLy an, iotn.
AN ESKIMO DINNER
It Wns Not Very Dainty, but It
Was a Satisfying Feast.
SEAL MEAT AND BLOOD SOUP.
Tht First Court Wii Oirvtcl Out of
Hand, ami tha Oeoond In Mutk Ok
Horn DrlnUIno Cupa Yha Hor1l
Ity Eattpdad to Cajilorar OUfamton.
An lntirtatltiR ilfuvrlptloii of ttiv lion
illnllty i.f Kaklmoa la kIvuii by Vllhjnl
nmr Btifiiiiatui In IiIn ihht. "My
Uui'Ht In tho Arctic." In llnn'cr'a Mn
nxlnn, At one alinio (if hla nt)viiliin-a
tliu writer foil ml hltnai'lf umoim IJakl
inoa who tind iipvit Iwforc at-tiii white
KH)ilfl. Ho anya!
"Uko our tllatnnt nncttitora, no
ilmilit, tbciHi pi'iiplt frnr inont of nil
thing the vll nilrl(a tlint nrc llki'ly
to nH-nr to thfiu at nuy time In nnjr
Kiildf. nnd next to tlint thty fenr atrnu
Kora. Our Drat trrittltin hntl Ihtii
till iluulitfiil nnd tlrniiiittli' tliroiiKti our
U'Iiik mUtuki'ii for aplrlla, but now
tUvy htiU frit of ua nuil tnlartl with ua
and kntw wn wire tint common turn.
Htrnnci'm we werr. It la true, hut we
wero only in rip niiionir forty of thvin
nnd wurv IhiTi'fora not lo lie frnrril.
tltmltlfa, tliey told ua llny know we
timid hnrhor no iriillu from the free
tluin nnd frniikntTa with which we
mine unions; thriii; for, tlit-jr anltt. n
mini who plota trtnclirry now turtii
Ida Imik to llioe whom he luttnda to
Miili from behind.
"tfuro the hoime which thry I mine
tlhitfly Inillt for in wna tiiltn nndy
for our ocviipnnpy children ninio run
nliiK fmm the vlllnire to iiunotiiK-o tlint
Ihttlr inotlicra tind dinner n-ndy. The
hotiM-a wvre o amull Hint It wni not
itniU'iili'iit to Invite nil three of ua
Into the name one to rat; bealriea. It
. wna not rthiuftte to do , na we now
know. Ittrh of ua w'lta therefore Ink
rn to n tlirferfiil plnce My lnwt wna
the H'lil hunter whom we hnd flrat n
liriHtt'hed n the lee. Ilia tmimi would,
he awlil. bt n (IttliiK one In whkh to
offer .me my flrat menl mnoiii; them,
for Ida wife Imd iMfti burn farther
weat itn the mainland cwtat Ihan any
one elac In their rltlajte, and It wna
even aald ttmt her MH-wtHra had not
belonged orlirtiially to their hmiiIo. but
were liiiHilKntuta from the wwtwnnl
Hhe would therefore like to uk me
"It turniM out. however, that M
wife wna mit n talkative ron. Imt
motherly, kindly nnd lio4tHtde, like
nil her fotiiitrywnmni. Her flit tjuea.
' tloua were not of the Innd from whlrh
I came. Imt of my footueor Weren't
my feet Junt n little damp, nnd might
alie not pull my' IxmiU off for me nnd
dry them over the ImnpT Hhe hnd
tKilltil wimp Mill inent for me. but nho
hnd not boHt-tl nuy fnt. for "lie did net
know whether I preferred the blubber
tmlleil or raw They nlwnya cut It In
Niiinll pterea nnd nte It rnw tlieniM-lrra.
but the pot till huiiu over the Iniup,
nnd nnythlng alio put Into It woiuM
be rook til In n moment
"When I told tier Hint my ttea
qutta eolnrlded with thHra, na In fart
they did. alio waa iMIehttil 1'eople
were uioeh alike then, after all tlwunh
tlugr eaiHe froui n grwil tlWaoee. Hhe
would H(rdln:ly trwtt me exactly
If I were one of their own eoile
eomn to vt Hhmh frow afar
"When we Imd entefiil the lMrte (We
txilliil iitoei of neat nnt had already
hettu taken out f the put antt lay
iteMinlHK on it MldfWmrd On hetnit a
KHrnl that iii.v tauten In fwxl wvre not
llkoiy to differ from tUelr. ill)' ht;t
plrked (Hit fur me the lower loliu'of
h inr fureloK. Mind! ti (Irmly be-twt-en
her hatida lo imike aure noth
Iiik hIiomM later drtp from It. nnd
Immliil It to me. nhinic with her own
i-tipper Mnded knife The next lnnt
dt-HlrHtik' pbt' whn almlhirly ciiihiimI
nnd hiiudi'd to her IihcIwihI. mid other"
In turn to the real qt the fnmlly.
"A we nte we ant on the front edce
of the lied plntform. IioIiIIiik rncb Ida
piece of ment In the left bund mid the
knife In the rittht Thla wna my flrat
exH-rleiiee with a knife of imtlve co
per I found it more thuu abnrp
eumiKh and very aervlrenbla.
"Our meal wni of two tour the
flrat. meat; the aecond. aonp The aoup
la mude by nourtni; cold aenl blood Into
(be boiling broth Immediately after the
, rooked meat una been taken out of the
hi tnnd ntlrriUK brlakly uutll the whole
route nearly but never quite to
boll. Thla uinkea n aonp of a thlckneaa.
romparuhle to our ICiiRllab pea eoun,
but If the Hit be nllowed to roine to a
boll the blood will eoatruhite nnd nettle
lo the bottom. Whtn the eoup la a
few decreen from bollhiR the lamp
tibove which the jiot In nwuiir la ex
tlnKiilahed nnd n few hnndfuln of
Know ore atlrred Into the aoup to briiiR
It to n teinperntiire nt which It enn be
freely drunk Hy menna of n aionll dip
per the houaewlfe then 1111m the Inrne
intiak ox horn drlnkliiK eupi nnd na
mIkiim one to ench peraon. If the num
ber of ciipa la abort two or mora per
hoii mny aliuro the contents of one cup
or u cup limy be reQIIed when ouc Is
through with It and puaaed to unothcr.
"After I hud entcu my till or fresh
ncnl ment mid dniuk two pint cnpfuli
of blond eoup my boat mid I moved
further buck 0n the bed plntform,
whero we could alt comfortably, prop
ped up ngnlunt bundlea of soft caribou
KkliiH, whlla wo talked of varloua
Adversity bna the effect of ellclUnf
talents which la prosperous clrcutn
atnncos would hove lain dormant
Oiean Ship's 8ow Aat'da.,
DnrliiK (ho Inat few yours botnnlata
linvo nollcod thnt thero hns been n
irent leveling up of plnnta on the In
numerable lalnnda si-uttered over tho
I'iicIIIc. Tito veKel'itlou of two lalnnda
1,000 miles npnrt Is ua likely us not lo
bo exnctly the niiiuu, while formerly
Iheru lined to bo marked dlrfereiico
I'ho reiiaou Is snld to be the steiiuiahlp
I'liii I'nclllv In how covered with u lift
ivork of sleiiiner routes At ench port
llui wind pours ii flue powder of nlimml
Itivlalble aei'ds over ench ship mid
blows iiahore imiuio of those she receiv
ed at previous ports of cull. Thus
ihlps tire, without knowliiK It, nltcrlng
the vcKftiitloti of tliu I'mlflc Isluiids
1'rnlna aow seetls too, At any rule,
Hint Is the exphiuntloii offered by bota
nists for the way In which tho middle
west li Krowluji plants thnt once tie
loured to the Atlnutlc const liven the
barren ensleru sIon-n of the Itoekles
sro now growing trees Hint were never
planted by the hnnd of man. The
trains have done (he nowluif. Hlruy
A Tss Oehams That Pallid.
Hwltxerlniid hua ulwnys prided Itself
on Its Independence, nnd In fiscal mat
ters this proud spirit, which will brook
no Interference with the rlKhts of the
Individual, even by the state in quest
of revenue, hns sometimes Ix-on ex
hlbltcd In curious wnys, snys the I'hII
Mali Oaxettn. As the Imiulsllorliit
inetliods of Income tax collectors are
nbhorreut to the freedom IovIiik Kwlss,
Imixi-s weie once set up In several enn
tons to receive the voluptnry contribu
tions of loynl citizens. It wns hoil
(hut thin tiiethotl of rellnK on the pub
He spirit of the people would prove
succeaafiil lii mlsluc money for public
ends; but. nlns for hiimnn nnture. In
the course of time the collectors on
oiK-nlnu the iMixea found iiothlnn but
tnniM'is buttons. Ko the voluntary ays
tern, nfter fnlr trial, hnd to be reluc
tantly nltmidoiied In favor of n dec
laration of capital and Incoino which
Is liable to odlrlnl lnvcatli:ntlou.
Napotton'a Wtapon flinty.
In recallliiK the sword which Nno
leou pnaentel to the lluaalsn Ornud
Imke Constantino at TlUltt on tho oc
cnslon of the treaty between Nnole)ii
nnd ICusaln In 1MI7, n I'nrls newapnper
naserta thnt. although Nnioleon nl
ways cnrrletl two pistols In his saddle,
ho very rarely used tliciii. Ills service
sword, ns he cnllt-d It, wns so rusted
In Its sheath thnt at the battle of
Arcla-eiirAubc In 1HH he had to call
nn iiMtli-enmp to help him draw It
11 la also said that the ctiivcror.
whose (Ik ii re lu n loin; k'rny cloak mid
"Mcorne" 1 everywhere familiar, had
made for himself n helmet nnd breast
plute set with emeralds and diamonds,
Hut on first trylni; them on he found
that ho looked test much like n Itomnn
warrior, nnd he discarded them. Thla
armor Hint Nnlcon hnd on but once
Is toduy to lie neuti uuder clnas In Uie
English Official Rad Tap.
In "Memories of the Ken" Admiral
l'enroe Kltxperntd anya thnt one day.
nfter Ird Ollford hnd Iivvii reltri-d
from the quarterdeck for n spell to a
(hmIiIuii In the ndmlrutty o til re. mi old
friend nijd shipmate visited him there
abtl found hltu slttliiK at his desk, up
lo his eyes In mers, nurslnc his
wiHindetl wrist, silent and morose
iMiiidertai; n iintloii he did not seem
stao to Moive.
"That pile of imper yoti see there.'
wit) he. "ts the nnlt of three wottllu'
bsMted vonlrmerHy as to whether the
iMiya In the tr.i.ulHK sMe are to le
supfiltMl wllh (H-wler afsMiet or Hlieth
er they are to dip m tbe new ritlou
of triselo with tlualr bretid and without
the use of spoon, his we nave uot set
tled It yet"
The Optlt Fsrthlno Club.
A club limited In tHcmhrtili to men
who iiKreetl to stint themsoUos to tho
Hlwt lu unler to litensee Jjjolr p-
Wdilsloiiii wns (he Hjillt Fnrinhg Hub
at Umdon. One member In rcporu-d to
have hnd his fcnrmcnfM so darned Umt
(here wns not enough of tho orlKliifll
left to show tho texture. Tho mem
Imts presented so starved nn appear
mice Hint it wns said thero' was not an
ounce of fat among tho lot
No Um In Objecting.
The cynlciil iktsoii whs standing In
front of n purt of nn exhibition or
local art talent labeled "Art Ob
jects." "Well, I suppose Art does object
mid I can't blame her, but there
dhesu't seem to be any help for It."
he filially said, Chicago Inter Ocean,
Looks Thst Way,
"Many criminals are more desperate
nfter they have served n number of
terms In prison." rtmurked tho new
member of the club. '
"Vcsj they must be possessed of a
courage burn or convictions," ngrecd
the inuii who knows. Ituffulo Kx press.
"Nodles Is iMislHvety the Inxlest mnn
I know. He bus an Invention fixed so
that hy merely pulling a wire lu bed
he can llfht the lire, but that doesn't
act-in to Improve matters."
"He's Um, lnr.y to pull the wire."
Instead of looking upon com
petition as the baneful and nntl
stK'Inl principle which it is held
to tie by the generality of Ho
cinllsts. I conceive that even In
the present state of society mid
Industry every restriction of It Is
mii evil mid ew-ry extension of
It. even If for n time Injuriously
affecting some clus of laborers.
Is always hii ultimate goisl. To
lie protected ngaiust competition
Is to ! protetieil In Idleness, in
mental dullnt-KS. to be soved the
necessity or being ns nttlvo and
as lutelllueiit ns other people,
and, ir It Is also to be protected
nusliwt Ik'Iiii; underbid for em
ployment by n less highly paid
class of lalsircrs. this Is only
where old custom or local and
partial monosdy bus placet! some
wMk-tilnr else of artisans In n
privileged oltl4)ti ns to in tared
with the rest, ami the Unto lws
come when the Interest of uni
versal linprotettteiit Is no longer
promoted by pnriontfug the priv
ileges of the few. John Htunrt
Kewcomors should got the habit
or going to Innes & Davldion'a bar
ber shop. Adv.
NOTICK OK CO.VTKST.
Department or the Interior, United
States 1-asd Office, Tho Dalles,
Oregon, July 7. 1913.
To ilrayton 1. Hriggs of Portland,
You are hereby notlflod that Paul
II. Onrcken, who glvea llend, Oregon,
c-o llox 347 na his postoffleo address,
did on 'July 7, 1913, file In thla onioo
his duly corroborated application tol
ouuteat and secure tho cancellation
of your homestead entry. No. ,
(Serial No. 0562, mude Nov. 15th.
I9e, far 8 V6 section 18, township IS
8., range It Kast, W. Moridlan, and
m grounds for Hi contest he silent
that tbe said Ilrayton I', llrlggs has
failed to rtttdde upon or cultivate Mid
tract for more than six months last
past nuil that such failure was uot
due to his employment In the army,
navy or marine corps of the United
State In time of war or otherwise.
You are. Uierefere. furthor notl-
Uul that tha said alleufltlutm will tw
taken by this office ca hsvlux twArti
confessed by you, and your mud entry i
will be canceled theremjder without;
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within twenty days After the
KOUHTH publication of thla notice,
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receipt for tho letter.
You should state In your answer
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you desire future notices to be sent
II. 1'ItANK WOODCOCK,
Onto of first publloatlon July 1C,
Date of sooond publltation July 23,
Dato of third publication July 30,
Date or fourth publication Aug. 0,
1J. A. Eastes!
J Real Estate Investments
J Farm and City Property
I OroklA !
Everybody can buy lots
in this beautiful addi
tion facing the bin
concrete dam and river.
Prices $150 (o $350
Torros: $.00 cash and
$3.00 monthly. This
Kiroa you n chance to
BLCCulate o n Bend's
future on a little money
Lota fare all 60 feet
wide nnd evory lot a
I have 170 lots in
Wiestoria for gale. $200
for inside and $260 for
cornor lots. All 60x1-10
feet. Terms: Small
cash payment and $5.00
per month. All choice
rosidooee property nnd
near the depot.
iljr kUIUHIMVa MIW !! ww
.. MMH.RMM. !. ...-. KM.,
Offic on Oregon Streot
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pay you. It will
IS MY BUSINESS.
When your SHOES
take them to
Wall street, Bend, Ore
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We carry the largest
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