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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1914)
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GIBB RECOVERS LINE
VM Ii)nt ft Ycnr Ago Turns up on
Munita) nt Crnno Prnlrlc.
Kop tho iniitvtnp R. 1). (libit has
boon mourning tho tos ot a lino that
wnn rnrrlcd away by one of tho lir
soat llsli oror hooked In tho Dea
chutes river. Not only Vvni U tho
largest ever hookod hut according to
all accounts, tho larsest that over
Rot nwny. Tho lusa or the llsh. how
ever, did not worr Mr Oll. Ho
1 new nlmtmt anyone could loeo big
ilsh. Thoy wro boln lost nit up
nnd down tho jtfvor ovory day. Hut
having tho lino carried uwny did vox
him nnd all winter he had It on hi
mind, planning what ho could do to
recovor tho treasure.
On Sunday his chanco oanto. lie
was ushtng at Crano Pralrlo and saw
the Idontlcnl trout In n clear pool.
Tho fish had managed to coll up tho
line and carried at a a sort ot neok
lacc. Mr. nibb recognized it nt
once. Ho gently dropped a fly above
his old friend, this time attached to
n Btronger line, nnd la n moment had
him out on tho bank. Ho removed
tho old lino and tho fish slipped back
Into the water. Mr. Qlbb now has the
lino neatly colled to prove his story.
With Mr. Qlbb was It. 11. Hatlock
nnd a party .of friends from Portland
who had what they described as the
best Ashing they over saw. They aro
nil members ot tho Portland Anglers'
Club and expect to return to onjoy
tho local fishing and bring friends
CMNT VANIIKVKUT HACK.
Clint Vanderert returned to Hand
Monday morning, having graduated
on tho 3rd rrom tho University or
Oregon Medical School at Portland,
making him tho first graduate thero
from Central Oregon. After a two
weeks' vacation on the ranch up tho
river Mr. Vandevert will become an
lnterno at tho St. Vincent's Hospital
N'orval U Springer and Miss tor
etta Whltflold wore married quietly
vestcrday afternoon at ths Oiogon
Hotel. Justice Kastes performing tho
ceremony. The couple went to Prlne
vlllo yesterday morning and procur
ed tho llcenso and tho wedding took
place on their return to town. Sirs.
Springer Is tho daughter of Mrs.
Charles Whltflold and a nlcco of Sam
McMurtrio. Mr. Springer Is employ
ed at Carmody Brother's pool room.
A tow hours at a nlee classy, clean,
up-td-dato place especially prepared
fnr ffnntlnmnii. wilt mmnto nil worry
and troubles. Tho Metropolltan.-Adr
(Continued from page 1.)
The Catholic choir sang, and Mm.
Ashley Forrest was soloist, singing
with charming sympathy.
After the services at the church,
which ended at 11 o'clock, the body
was bora to the Pilot Butte Cemoterv
where the final rites wero performed.
A great number of pcoplo wont to tho
cemetery. The Immediate members
of tho Hrostcrhous family woro pres
ent, and Mrs, LmiUa Hrostcrhous,
mother of tho deceased, enmo from
Winona, Minn. Funeral Director C.
Nlswonger was In charge, nnd tho
pall bearers wero J. I). UnvlilHon,
John Sloldl.J. N. lluntor. W. U O'
Donnell. I)oni)ls McCole, nnd James
Mohln. Tho UBherS woro J. limes,
llnrry Mnnttm and U. T. Carmody.
UKSOMTIONS OF aXHOI.K.VK.
Tho following resolutions wero
adopted by the Hend Commercial
Ciub at Its Saturday luncheon:
"Whereas, It has pleosud tho Su
preme Ilulcr to tako from our midst
nur lintnviiil Rtiil hlnlilv roHlloclnil
'friend and citizen, Ooorge llrostor
I "Whereas, (loot-go UrostorhouH was
i one ot Hond's most highly rospectod
and useful citizens, whose noble life
nnu cunracter commenuea mm io nu
who know htm, nnd his death Is
Borious nnd much folt loss to his
many friends, his family and rela
tives, nnd to tho city nnd community,
"Therefore bo it resolved that tho
Hend Commercial Club nnd tho oltl
zons of Hend. desire to extern! to tho
family of tho deceased their deepest
I and most heartfelt sympathy In this,
'their hour ot sorrow and bereave
ment for the sad loss or tho litis ha ml
"Ho It further resolved that a copy
of theso resolutions bo sont to the
family of tho deceased, nnd that a
copy bo published In Tho Hend Uullo
tln. If. II. DoArmond. Hugh O'Knno,
W. U O'Donnell, Committee."
itKsoi.rrioNs iiy city cocnciu
Tho following resolutions hnvo
been adopted by the Common Council
on tho death oi tlie lato ucorgo uros-
Whereas, tho members of the
Common Council ot tho City ot Horn!
have heard with sorrow of tho un
timely doath ot their follow citizen
nnd former associate, ticorgo llros
"Whereas when a member of tho
Common Council Mr. Ilrosterhom
showed tho same fidelity to duty and
tho sterling qualities of good Judg
ment and common senso ttiat marked
his life as a citizen ot Hend
"Now therefore bo it resolved by
tho Common Council ot tho City of
"That It extend to the family of
tho late Mr. Hrostcrhous Its deepest
sympathy on their sudden and tragic
bereavement nnd furthermore
"That a copy of theso resolutions
be spread upon tho minutes of the
Common Council, a copy sent to tho
family ot Mr. Urosterhous and a copy
published In The Hend Bulletin."
ful building on tho occasion of tho
obsmnilos ot (leorgo HrastorhouR.
Juno 0, lUl t.
CAM! OF THANKS.
Wo take this moans ot oxtondlng
our heartfelt thanks to alt our friends
whoso sympathy and kindness meant
so much to ua tu our mount bereave
ment. Wo wish to Klvo especial
thanks to the Tiusteea of tho Pres
byterian cnulch for the use of their
church building for the funsrnt bit
vtcw. Mn. otconcus uuoctkkmol'B and
A. R. ROOERS IS
(Continued from pnge 1.)
THANKS TO IMIKSIIYTKIIIAN'K
Father Luke Shcehan, ot the Cath
olic church In Hend, has extended
his thanks to '.he members of tho
Presbyterian church for tho use of
their church for the Hrostcrhous fu
neral In tho following nolo
"On behalf of tho Catholics or
Bend I thank the members of the
Presbyterian church for their kind
ness and courtesy In extending to us
the privilege ot using tholr beauti-
ber trade, he emphatically ntates
Canada, for Instauco. Is in ur worse
condition than aro tho United States,
ovon In ttio dlstrloto ntni&st solely
dependent upon lumbor manufactur
ing for prosperity. Labor, ho main
tains, costs from 3o ;o -15 tier cent,
nioro, per unit of accomplishment, In
Canada than hero, this, coupled with
the duty paid on American mill ma
chinery Imported Into Canada, mak
ing It Impossible for Canadian manu
facturers to turn out lumber at
prices oven competitive with Ameri
can lumbor. Tho Honors mills, and
timber holdings aro on both sides, ot
tho International Hue, so that on this
head ho can speak with authority.
Country's Condition Mound.
"Hut It la entirety wrong to giro
tho Impression that tho country Is In
u bad way," Mr. tlogora continued
with emphnsts. "Ours Is tho sound
est country In tho world, and I hon
estly bellovo that never boforo was
It In better shape. Tho eastern banks
aro lltonilly bulging with moiiey--there
Is no money Hhortngo, or any
thing ovon approaching one. Com
mercial loans nro being mado at four
per cent, nnd less; thero Is no dlfll
cutty In getting tuoitoy, but rathor In
using It ndvnntngbouHly when una se
Tho present depression. Mr. ttogers
bollovos, In the culmination ot tho
liquidation thai has boon In progress
since the panto of 1 i 0 7 . That Is. up
to that tlmo hindooM had tiuon run
ning "wldo open." Hluve iheii cou
servutlsm lias been the order of the
da), few now ventures have lioen
started, bunks have been drawing In
loans and aecumulatlitif; cash, and the
business world. In effect, has been
running nt half speed. The end of
this period, hellewM the lumberman,
Is Hourly reached. Very good crmm
are assured : new legislation Is now
an accomplished fact, and thero aro
no broken heads: conditions appar
ently will lie butter for tho railroads:
money will once more get Into gen
"Altogether," concluded Mr. Hog.
ors, "I fool most optimistic. If thero
Is nnythtng unsound tn our present
position, it Is duo to nntlonul extrav
agauce. For Instance, automobile
have consumed billions of dollars
dollars gone to nhsaluto wnato, so
far nn real wealth production Is con
corned, And nil along tho lino we
Americans have dovetoped the spend
ing habit too lavishly. Also, labor
Ib to blame. Hours nro becoming
shorter and shorter, so that actually
each man Is producing far less than
ever before. In many cases, of course
such shortening of work hours Is
eminently Justlltabta, but averaged
up I bellovo tho tendanoy Is extremely
dangerous and In tho end will roaot
on no ono harder than on tha lalwr
Ing man himself."
.Mr. Honors left for Portland Frl
extends to you n cordial invitation to
.make this hotel your headquarters.
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To Celebrate the Opening of this Fine Garage a
June 18th. Music by Bend's Best
Orchestra 6 Pieces. Everybody
Cordially Invited. Tickets $ 1 .00.
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