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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1914)
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VOLCA.NO STUNT AT
l'ortlnnil Junketers llnvc Novel Sur
flrlso When Kxplo-duw Transform
Old Crater Into n Second Mt.
Jakmmi for Kutcrtalnnicnt.
with nmntomont nt tho nwe-lnsplrlug
spectacle Ab n "stngo" eruption,
Mount l.nssan In Its most violent dis
plays could scarcely hnvo equaled It. '
T. H. Koloy. 8. K. Hoborts. It. P.
Mould mul 11. K. Allen woro tho "vol
cnnlsts" In charge ot tho nffnlr.
SrPKUINTKNDKNT MYKUM 1IKI113.
County School Superintendent My
ers wns In town yesterday In conno.--tlon
with tho opening of tho local
achooU. During tho tiny ho sjioko to
tho pupils of tho high and thn grniu
uinr school, to tho former on thn val
ue ot nn education mul tho luttor "ii
tho formation of hnhlt. In tho past
week Mr. Myers hns trnvnlcd ovor n
thousand ml I on nbout tho county on
school business. While hero ho made
preliminary arrnngemonla for tho
teacher's Institute to bo hold In llend
on November 33.
China and glnsswnro. Hkuso Hard
ware Qompnny. -Adv
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180 AT BANQUET
(Continued frtiin p,tgo 1.)
"A feature ot tho excursion which
warned to attract more enthusiastic
oqmniont than any other excepting
always the banquet was tho "fako"
volennlo eruption at il-avn Ilutto. Tho
l'ortlnnd papers played this up at
groat length.' and anions tho Admen
who witnessed the artificial-natural
cataclysm praise for the novol
"stunt" was lavish.
Monday afternoon, on the return
Jaiirnc1 from llenham Kails via
Spring Hlver. all the autos were park
ihI at the base of tho butte. the pres
onue of "Know Joles" supplying a
logical excuse for tho delay. Hvon
then smoke was issuing from the
butte and a deal of excited interest
wns worked up among the onlookers,
wlillo many surmises woro Indulged
In concerning tho possibility of the
Central Oregon volcano springing
Into protnlnonce as a second Mt. Las
sen. Ttmn nil nt nnn It "nrnricr whnn
M.nv Imn.tro.l lUllin.U nt l,ll ,um. I tllnUnCSll 1V lllO Tllllflfl U II. flltt. I 'Hit 0110
dor. dynamite, red flro and bomii oy. who from his place at tho spenK-"lJ!),,n .Cnrroll of the Tolosram whs
wore sot off. Tho story of tho novel iCr's tablo was ablo to regulate thi R'" ob Uged to say lmt,n, wor," or
lneldent Is woll told by W. P. Strand-. n" "ue ami yellow snniiod 0loe-i "" "'"'"" '' """'''
hflrg In tho Kvening Telegram: "c uuios. mo noor is or maple.
MTn reallrn thn macoltuda nf this and about tho sides of the room lone
impressive ctlm.ix of the two days of tables extouded, with SO or more
tablos, tho nmxlnnlm number to be
accomodated In the big room. Ho
sides tho Portlandors and Hmbloni
Itos. thoro woro over fit) Invited
guests from Head and tho communi
ties Which co-operated in tho enter
tainment of tho Admen. llccnuso It
wns ImiHtsslblo to ask overyone. this
list was made up of those who direct
ly hnd contributed to tho ontertul i
mont. olther with cars or financially.
The Kmblom Club hall, which is
SO by 56, was tho stage wherein tliw
banquet was onHcted. On tho out.
sldo tho building Is sided with slalm.
wim tno Drown bnrk on them
words, Introduced Charles H. Ilorg,
president of tho Ad Club. Mr. llorg
tuple wns "Why tho Ad Club Came to
llend." nnd after his llstotiora hnd
heard his onthuslnstle praise for Hie
town and Ita people their only won
der was that tho Portlnudora could
possibly stay nwny nt all!
It. W. Sawder told "Why tho Km-
blem Club Went to rortlnnd."
Next came Cliestor A. Whltoiuoro,
general chairman of the excursion
committee, wlio. with humor, hnl
hard good sotiso won n great applause
for wiint mi nan to sny concerning
"Tho Drummer rind lnf Cowboy','
Thij onllro speech of William Me
Murray,' general passenger agent of
tho Oregon-WnshlnKtoti railroad, is
printed elsewhere In tlfls paper, A
mora enthusiast lo commendation 01
Ucnd and Central Oregon could not
bo asked for.
Dr. K. A. Pierce, who for long ban
boon Interested In Uend ns a honlth
roHort, pointed out soino of tho many
benollls to bo derived liy lowlnt)dois
who enmo here, enlivening his re
marks with much wit.
C. C. Chapman, manager of tho
l'ortlnnd Commercial Club, gave n
rousing appeal for co-operation and
tho upbuilding of Oregon, and C. 8.
Hudson, always a capable speaker.
handled his topic. "Heud, Yesterdav
nnd Tomorrow," with especial effect.
C II. Mayer easily mnda tho hit
ot tho evening with' a humorous ad
dress hinged on the subject, "The
Women," which kept his listeners In
a gnlo of laughter for fifteen minute,
and thou, with n sudden change to
pathos, left them with tears In their
C. It. Monro, commercial manager
of the Pacific Tolephone Company,
took for his topic "llendnphobln, a
Contagious Disease." and lot his nil
dlonoo see that he was badly,, or hap
pily, smitten with the pleasant mal
ady. Duo to the Inek of time. 0. P. Put
nam's talk was compressed Into u
within Its sides nod celling woro coh
ered With (due nnd fmlilen Inmlln.r
with Kmblom Club ilvirn nn iiomm. ! couple of minutes, as was the enter
tlons. A novel lighting offect w ' tnlnment of Jlnimv liinn. who sang
song, a nurry uwiuer 1111.
omitted his speech entirely. The la
ter, however, will lie delivered. h
promised when the Kmhlem Ctu
tors furnished by tho O.-W, com
pnuy. Tho menu follows:
Mulish, Celery, lllpn Olives, Bwonl
Central Oregon Hoof Puroo
I-Iiik Cod Tnrgou Banco
Cold Turktiy Ham Tiiliguo
Fruit Bnlnd .Chtose Rtruvvs Dessert
Km) Cream n In limolein
Toastod Choose' ' .Qlgars
Among tho local guests nt tho bn li
quet Vbrt) tho following:
I'. A. Illgelow, I'rnnlt May. A, R.
Kdwnrds, I). V Mackintosh, O. Laur
gnard, (1. K. Itoss, Hugh O'Kuito, Om).
Attknn, T. Anno, Anion Auue. II. A.
Stover, Chns. Krsklno, II. II. DeAr
mond, W. I). Ilnrnes, I'red Wnllnw,
O. M. Patterson, K. ,M. ThompHon,
W. I.. O'Dounell. C. U. Mnnnhelmnr.
Claude I,. Maiiuholtner, Ii. 1). Wlest,
r. A. llennett. J. Inms, J. I). David
son, Knlph llnrtlstt, J. K. I.nrsmi, O.
A. Thorson, A. 1 Prench, J. II. Min
or, J A. Knstes, Ployd Dement. 0.
w. M.oover, O. c. Henkle, J. Ilyan,
II. I. Kard. M. I.. Merrltt, W. W.
Faulkner. J. II I ley burn, Htevo
Btttldl. Jack Btauley, J. II. Corbett.
K. A. Hiiiltb. A. O. Walker, II. Katie
am, Knlph Poludoxter, It. Ii. Mlntor.
W. 0. McCulstoii. Joo Tnggnrt. II. C.
Kills. J. T. Ilnfdy. W. II. Btaats, nnd
C. W. Long.
The BRICK GARAGE
ON BOND STREET
THE LAHGEST AND IIEST
Kara go building In Central Oitrfon,
HTOItAfil'J AT M0DICUATI3 ItATICM
' Kxjiert lU'pnlr Work nt I'alr I'rlcea
Vo ItMrlbuto Chalmers .V Hnxon Cars and Heldeu Trucks
TEq Bond Gorago Company
It. L'. 1 Itmly
II. II. Ilruukn
T, V. Hnnly
(Contluuod from pngo 1.)
the Junkot appearing In the Port Inn J
From tho Oregon Journal'
"At loust 100 men In Portlwud no
Is It Done Right?
space, nt which most of tho Port
landers wero soated. while the Km
blom members nnd llend folks occu
pied the sides of the room.
At each place was an extremely
n couple of months. It being urgent
ly Invited to do so by the Ad Club
A Portland C.'lft.
1 A pretty Incident occurred mid
handsome 70-iHige book containing' way In tho evening. Chairman Whi'.w
tno Kmblom songs nnd yells, with more of the Admen s committee, n.-
ntertalnment. It should bo oxplnlnol i "" round tables In the oontr-il ; " Portland nKln. probnblv u
that Iava llutte is a tnonstor oon-
vhaped extinct crater rising abrupt
Iv 600 feet, out of a vnst fleld of
bristling lai-a detritus the work ofl
Infernal upheavals of the volcano ,n
ages past. On the Insldo rim of the
cone the llend people had planted
hundreds of pounds ot oxploslves.
masses of red fire and mortars for
aortal bombs, and through hundreds
of feet of tho lava! crevasses red fin
had been strewn, and all connected
up with electric wires which were
operated from the camp half a mile
from tho base, where tho party hnlt
od for a, short rest and more Jinks.
At a signal the whole works was
touched off. The entire top of Lava
llutte seemed to tremble, the riven
lava boulders were hurled high In tb
nlr. the aerial bombs rattled like vol
leys of thunder, nd streams 'of
writhing fire ran through the ragged
lava fields around the crater's base.
"The Portlanders were stunnel
Its covor title printed In a flight of
gold winged honey bees.
Tho banquet bognn at six. and end
ed beforo eleven Originally It was
understood hore that tho train would
not Ieavo until midnight, and the
ter first enstntlng President Hone M
the chair and turning the proeeedluafl
for a few minutes Into an Ad Club
meeting, explained to the excursion
ists that nit their bills woro nald ami
that the committee had a surplus 'of
earlier hour necessitated a big cut In I $100. This ho proposed to turn ovor
the end or the program, somo of the to tho Kmhlem Club with the request
host songs bolng omitted, several ! thnt they accept It und purchase with
speakers pruning their remarks to ' It somo suitable souvenir of tho Ad
the bone, and Mr Cheney omitting! Club excursion. With a roar of ap
his talk entirely. Hut even at that proval the Admen endorsod tho mo
the speaking and tho singing woe'tlon. and President Hcrg laid bofore
notably excellent, somo of tho talks
being gems of nfter-dlnner oratory.
K. M. I.ara was toastmaster, who,
after some appropriate welcoming
Taboo Chonoy live $20 gold pieces
for which graceful thanks woro ren
dered. Tho club steward. K. C V. Walkor.
was assisted In waiting by five por-
If It Is, Ut well enough lon Hut un
Wis It Ii up to to mrrk la vry dtuii
com and ua.
low prices, aerrcRseRvicE
Bend Steam Laundry.
and imv CLIUNIXn
Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
longer think or Portland ns the "one
city." Aflor two dnys of rojal hos.
Itallly thoy have divided nffwlloii
with llend. Memheis of the Ad Club
excursion that left hero Haturdny
night, returned this morning from
tho little city on tho upper Deschutes
praising their hunts of the llend Km
blom Club and the country mound It.
"Thn llend people, for tho eulor
liilinneut oT their visitors, "blew o'f
the top of u mountain," took them to
tho high places whore they vlswwl
tho great oxpsun of forests nnd val
leys, showed them Hie only stato-fin-nnoed
Irrigation projeet In the t'ultJ
States, hsd them stand on tho rorbs
overhanging llenham fulls that they
might realise the power nf tho Des
chutes, nnd then "urrostnd" them for
breaking the speed limit, but In spite
of these things the Imnqtiwl gvnii Inst
night In the new log-built hall of the
I'.mlilom Cluli, was the fort turn and
climax of tho unique iMtrurston."
From tho KvoninK Telegram:
"Worn to n romplete frasale '-y
prodletous hospitality, the Ad Clnli
returnml from llend, this mnrnlnic.
trying to figure out Just exactly what
hud hit 'em and whore. W-lmlever I:
was, the lmys sdniltteif (Tint n gmid
Job had been done. In fsel iwerHl
of the excursionists when thev iHwr ti
ed the train for homo Inst night nske.l
thn engineer how fast lie could run.
lie told them and they asked him m
n favor If he eould double that so
tint llend Kmblem Club eouldn't wit eh
tho Portlanders and kill them all over
'According In the unanimous nil
ttiuent of those who spent Mnnd.ir
and Monda at, In and around th
Crook county metropolis, Itsnd is
made up of I loin Its. Kxplostves, Nltro-i
glycerine nnd Dynamite. There waaj
a liombardmeut, eruption, dntonntlou
or somo sort of u Jolt for the Pori-
landers every time they turned
"What struck the Portland Invad
ers most was tho nbsoliitnly perfect
nnd smoothly-running machine whl"h
tho hosts had built up for entertain
ing Its guests. Tho slx of the visit
lug delegation was such that It would
tax any city In the stain ilntslilo or
Portland to handle the entertainment
properly without going outside of it i
own dooryard, but llend took the A I ,
Clubbers all over tho surrounding
country mid wherever it stoii Mas
made. 10 or !20 miles from elvllltii i
thin, tho same splendid iirrmntomsms
for the different forms of hospitality
were In evidence.
"No such wonderful limm work
has over been iiiiroiiulered by the hI
meii In the i won In of their many ex
eursloiiM to plaeus large mid small
The spirit of llend Is Hint Itn.stHl
wnrt eltixeiis will light, blewl mid !'
for It mid they tight Zt hours lit the
"Thoy didn't try to talk buslnesv
to their gnosis; thet merely tried u,
give them a good time, and limy ll I
It wonderfully well. They let the
city, Its business, Us Industrie, its
opportunities speak for lliiinmelvee, "
From tho Oregonlmi:
"Having had their eye opened wid
er than ever before lo the imtonils.li
grmitness of Central Oregon. 91 Port
land business men, meinour of Hm
Ad Club's llend exeHrskw, wore to-,
night guests nt a ImiHttiel given la
the Kiiiltlem Club's big, new rustic
bsiiquet hull, for which the Wrr
served as a diHllcatlon.
"The banquet was the climax irf
two days of rnpld-tlre entsrtHlnttmnt. '
In which Hie Ad Club Itoys and Hw
Menders same to know each other toy .
their llrst names, and In whleh tw
visitors rerelvml a llltersl ednealloi
regtirdliiK this station and seiilrel ,
nu oelnrged appreciation of the spir
it that Is expressing Itself In msHktHt
a fenetwl and fruitful eon n try ot ,
A Imiiie Hack Kidney Trouble
And It will give you even worse If
not cheeked. Mrs. 11 T. Mtrarng.
(lalaosvllle, (la., wns fairly down n
her book with kidney trouble and Ii
ilauiml liladder. Hbo says: "I took
Foley Kidney Pllis nnd now my Imrk
Is stronger than In year.-, and bo 1
kidney nnd bladdor troubles are en
tirely gone." Patterson Drug Co.
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