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THK 11KN1) lU'LLKTlN UKNl), ORK WEDNESDAY, OOTOIIKU 7, tOM.
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THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEOROB PALMER PUTNAM
Editor mid Publisher.
ROBERT W. SAWYER
AbbocIiUo Editor.
An Independent newspaper stand
ing for tho squnro donl, clean bust
uoss, clean politics and tho best in
tcrcstn of Uond nnd Contrnl Oregon.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914.
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THE OREAT WAR.
"Wo who are so far away find dlf
ncuity in realizing tho actual ex's-
tonco of tho greatest war of history,
lis very enormity, nnd its compli
cated nature and wide extent, mnko
n fitting namo impossible. So tho
journals of England, nnd thoso of
America, have corao to call it simply
"Tho Great War."
The facts nre sparsely given us by
our western metropolitan newspapers
for two reasons. Ono Is that remark
nbly few Tact from tho front nro
to be had, thanks to tho censorship,
and secondly trans-continental wiro
tolls, on top of trans-Atlantic cable
tolls, offer scant inducoment to Pa
cific Coast editors when it comes to
elaborating the war news.
So, in a way, wc of the West mlsr
atuoh of tho literary meat of tho war,
oxcopt as It drifts to us later, almost
as history, in tho magazines and re
views. And we might do wol! to re
member that never in the story of the
modern world was plcturoeque his
tory so rapidly la tho making as now.
Today thoro to matter of electric In
terest for all of us to study. Wo who
nre so far away that even tho echoes
of the struggle scarce reach u.
should realize that twenty years from
now If wo are ignorant of the facts
nnd details of Tho Groat War our
historical ignoranco. Is our own fault.
The spirit of tho day Is written
largely upon the pages of periodicals
that eomo to us from across the At
lantic. Wonderfully Interesting they
nre! Tho Illustrated London News,
for Instance, reflects the sontimont
of Britain, which Is waking to the1
fact that hor greatest struggle Is up
on her. Tho very advertisements'
lireatho the feelings of hor pop'e. j
"Business As Usual," Is tho popular;
watehword la this wartime of tho
Britishers, who Insist that the wheels '
of oommerco shall move smoothly.
Germans or no Germans. And that
line appears In countless advertise
ments. An English rubber-tire maker ur
ges patronage me follows: "Contlieu
tsJ Ure axe made In Germany ty the
enemy. Their purchase here assists
him, while the tin of nn foreign
tire diminishes employment for Hrit
li workpeople." Wood and water
may not ihloc, but business aad patrio
tism will!
Then here are lines from the adver
tisement 0f Blank, a great tea house:
"In tho High Court of Justice Mr.
Justice Sankey granted an Interln
Injunction restraining Upton. Lim
ited, tboir agents and servants, from
publishing any words to tho effect or
substance that Blank & Co., or the
directorate thereof, Is composed of
Germans, and that by purchasing
their commodities tho public is as
sisting tho atomies of Groat Britain."
From whloh ono gathers that tho way
to Insult an Englishman is to Insin
uate ho has any connections with
fjermaay.
And yesterday Briton and Teuton
fostod oaoh other!
Try tho Altnmont for monls. Adv.
A CORRECTION.
Stato Engineer Lewis linn written
the following letter In comment un
nn editorial In The Bulletin of Sep
tember 30.
Salem, Oregon, Oct. 3, 1914.
To tho Editor:
I hnvo noted with Interest tho edi
torial In Tho Bend Bullotln for Sep
tember 30th with regard to the North
Canal and feel that 1 should tako tills
opportunity of calling your attention
to what appears to bo an oversight
with regard to tho price to bo paid
tho Contrnl Oregon Irrigation Com
pany ns estimated by mysolt. The
prlco of J1C5.400 did no Include tho
wator dollvenCes asked for by tho
company. Tho cost of making these
deliveries has not been estimated and
I hnvo not considered tho same for
tho reason that tho United States
Government woult hnvo nothing to do
with this matter. It woudt thorefnro
appear that tho prlco now sot by tbo
Central Oregon Irrigation Company
cannot bo snld to He between that
set by the Jacobs report nnd that set
by myself. Thcro is no way of com-
paring the figures.
I write this bo that you may make
whatever correction It seems deslr
ablo In your columns to the effeot
that there will be no mlsundorstnud
Ing as to what the figures moan.
Yours very truly,
JOHN II. LBW1S.
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to protect. If It receives tho ondorso- FysBajaiaEEJSJaiaEiaEajajaiaEHaEJaiaiSIPI
tnnnt nf thrt MntAM t nitron ft ni. i I
urogon farmer can accuro noip rur n u r l TV iTIMTn M
working day of over eight hours, no
mochnnlc employed on rush jobs can
extend his working day, no employee,
howevor nnxtoun ho bo, can Increase
his enrnluRH by oxtra-pald "over
tlmo" work, nnd no employer can
look to his start for such hnlp lu
cmorgonclos. On quo hnml earning
power would bo Impaired, nnd on the
other economy of production limited.
Nolthor for wonwn nor for men Is
thoro nny virtue lu the proposal, it
Is twnddlo. Fortunately, tho voters
of tho state appear to recognUo tho
facts nnd seem to bo preparing 'o
defeat tho menRuro overwhlmlngly.
But to mnko assurance doubly suro
bo suro thnt you voto "381 X No."
WAR NEWS
THE PAST WEEK
sasassEfssifSiraiBif5iwEfs5fal
The week has brought no Import
ant ohnngea Jn tho European war
cltuatlon.
Fighting has boon oxtromoly hoivy
all along tho II Ho whoro tho Gor
mags and tho Allies fnco enrh other,
rnd losses hnvo been enormous. No
decisive engagements have occurrod,
but H counts ovldont thnt the Gorman
troops have had slightly tho worst of
It, nnd soma further withdrawals of
tholr troops hnvo been reported.
Austria appears to lo overwhelmed
by Russia, and reports from Russian
ccurccs continue to claim advances
rnd victories for tho Czar'a forces
It these nre accurate it is reasonable
to suppose that before long Berlin
Itself will bo threatened by tho Rus
sians. Japan Is boeloglng tho German
possession of Klau Chau In China.
All parte of tho British Empire nro
rallying to tho colors with unprece
dented patriotism.
I A NEW STORE IN BEND
Opening at 1 0 O'Clock Thursday Morning, Oct. 8th
To this Store you are cordially invited and to make your
visit PROFITABLE as well as PLEASANT, we offer--
Try somo of thoso doUclous buck
wheat cakes with maplo syrup, nny
time during tho day, n't tho Coz..
Rostnurant. Adv. 31-34p
Stoaks and ohopa a spoclclty at the
Cozy Restaurant. Adv. 3 1-3 4 p
Foley Cathartic Tablet.
You will llko their positive nctioa.
Thoy have a tonic effect on the bowels
and give n wholesome, thorough
cloanlng to tho ontlro bowel tract.
Stir the liver to healthy activity and
keop Btomach swoet. Constitution,
headache, dull, tired reeling never
cflllct thoso who uso Foley Cathartic
Tablets. Only 25 cents: Patterson
Drug Co, Adv.
Just arrived, nlco lino of candles,
nuts. etc. You will npprecinto our
warm bath rooms in the cold weather.
Tho samo trio of barbers Is rt your
service. Tho Metropolitan. Adv.
WARNERS OPKX TOMORROW.
The M. K. Waruor Compnny opens
tomorrow In tiio Bonn building on
Wall Btreet. Tho storo will confln
Its merchandise to nrticlce priced at
and below !S eonts. Mr. Warutr
came here from Richvllle, Wash., nnd
previously was In business In Spo
kane. He has boon In this class of
business all his life.
Blue and White,
White-Lined
Enameled
Dish Pans
First quality, lt-qtmrt
size, the kind sold for
75 cents each. One to
a customer so long as
our supply lasts.
SPECIAL
25c
Mixed Candy
opecial
Pure, Fresh, Clean,
Mixed Candy. The
children will enjoy
it. One pound to a
customer.
SPECIAL
Per Pound
Turkish Towels
Special
Clean, soli, pure white
Turkish towel, lurgcxizu
'22x-tr, plain border,
hemmed ends. Special
15c
10c
FANCY TOWEL
SPECIAL
Clean, pure white, with
hlue and pink borders,
extra soil Turkish Tow
els, used for fancy work,
stand covers,, etc. Spec'!
15c
25c
Try the Altamont for Sunday din
ner. C to 7. p. m. Adv.
A XEW STORE IX IIKXH.
r-l()-l.V5 Cent Price Will Proinll.
A new store featuring smrll prices
will opon In Ilend this weok tho
M. B. Warren Co. Hardware, tin
ware, cnamelwaro, granltownre,
glrsewarc, wirewaro, woodenware.
! chlnawaro, notions, enndy nnd d.-y
WANTHD: A HATCHERY.
The sportsmen of Central Oregon
-appreciate what the Ash and gaim
authorities of the state have done
especially in the way of stocking th.
mountain lakes with trout, as d
scribed In this paper. But we do a"
feel that enough has uen done for
U. Somehow the promlto never
quite materialize. Whether it ue
the fault of some official, of the Re",
oral board or of Its representatives
Is hard to determine. The fact re
mains that our streams, which need
trout, never get as many as wo aro
told they are to get. Just now the
excuse seems to be that there was a
lot of hard luck and failures about
tho hatching. If so, wo hopo for
better luck next season.
In tbo mean time we suggest, ns
we have suggested before, that there
is no mora fitting location In Oregon
for a hatchery than hero on the Des
chutes. It would be economical.
Whyhatoh at IJonnovllle for this ter
ritory? Why not do It hero? Ex
perts say tho conditions are ideal.
Certainly this region Is entitled to a
hatohory, nnd assuredly our streams
and lakes, which sorve the sports
men of so vast a territory, need the
trout. There is also, let us whisper,
political expediency about the mov.
And the facta of the mattor are
Ult we deserve that hatchery, we
need It, and it is almoat (n our readi
Uad we not better go after It? The
Commercial Club and the Rod and
Gun Club might bestir themselves,
If no ono else will or cn.
The Universal Eight HpUr Law Is
rank folly. Worse than that, It Is a
real menace to tho prosperity of tho
working man and woman it pretends
:a NICE
JUICY
Jonathan and Spitzenberg
Apples
$1.50 Per Box. In lots of
five boxes, $1.40 per box.
Shuey's Cash Grocery
Over 3000 Articles
and NOTHING MORE THAN
"WARNER'S
BEAN BUILDING, WALL STREET
THE VARIETY STORE
Our Thanks
ARB DUB TUB PEOPLE QF REND AND TUB ADJOIN-'
1NO COUNTRY FOR TIIBIR LIUBRAL PATRONAOB.
THOUGH THIS COST OF FLOUR AND SUGAR HAS
ADVANCED GREATLY
Our Price for Bread is still only
Be a loaf
YOU WILL FIND IT ON SALE AT OUR WALL
KTIIKKT STORE AND AT TUB FOLLOWING GROGISR
IBSt PILOT RUTTE GROCERY, IJond Hlrcot.
HIIUIWH GROCERY, Wall Street,
KIJNWOOD OROCHRY, Kenwood.
1 118X1) GROCERY, Cen tor Addition.
WH GARRY A PULL IiLVK OF PUIS, CAKES, CAX.
nuts, i o onitAM and iwehh fruit, luxciieh
PUT UP.
goods linos will l represented in
tlria storo where uu price will
over 25 cents.
The manager promises great valuta
and a visit there will no doubt be
profitable as well as pleasant. Ad
vertisement. Sic
Try an oyster cocktail at the Cosy
Restaurant. Adv. Jl-J4p
Classified
Advertising
Advertisements Inserted under ltd
heading nt the rate of ONE CENT A
WORD each Insertion, C'nsh iilimt
accompany nil orders from pft-Miri
not IiiivIuk n regular account ttltli
The llullctln, No nihertliciiicnt tnk.
for lens tlmn in cents each Insertion.
WANTED.
Shriller I& Hisey
lb
WANTED Laundry aad mending
Leave bundles nt William's second
hand store. SO-Slp
WANT TO EXCHANGE A Vlctoi
graphophc-Ne and records for a good
Hhot gun cr rifle. Apply F. B. Dlek,
Hond, Oregon. 31 If
WANTED Girl or middle axed la
dy tp caro fcr Iwiby day times. In
qulro at Hulluttn. tfx
WANTED At Milliean Inn. 30
miles out on Iloud-ilums road, a
middle aged woman who can tako I
responsible position as cook and
Jiouro keopor. Recommendations de
sired. Wrlto Immediately to Ada II
Mllllcnn, Milllcnn, Ore. 30tf
WANTED Work on dairy or farm
by mnn and wife. Apply liullotl 1
Offlco. sotf
WANTED Ilnlod alfalfa hay, 8
to 10 ton. Will call for it nt ranch.
Wrlto price per ton and location of
hay to P. O. Ilox 42, Ln I'lno, Ore
gon, aio
FOR SALE Gsnulne snap. Nlco III
tie house nnd lot on Adams iar
Jlnliiler drive, uu S, blo.-k 17, t-ark
tddlllon lo ltend. Kest offer takes It
Slate bank lo send papers to. 8. 0.
Pratt, 617 Hill Street., !.o Anaeltw,
Cat. lo-lic
LOST ttlt ease. FlHder return
to N. P. Hmlth Hardware store and
receive reward. Ueore lln.
brok. 10-11 p
FOR BALE 320 acre homeetend
reihiuishmeMt. liko county. 1
acres cleared, cabin, abundance k:hhI
water about 00 feet. Gowt nut He.
I'rlee $160. Will tnke cow or town
lo; as iwrt yment. ImitUre Ilulle
tin. Jlp
FOR HALW J20 aero homostoad
rollniiuishment nt n bargain. Utnd
level, good loeation. IntUlru Ilulle
tin. sotf
FOR SALE Cheap. Two slngto
bods. Inquire Ilullotln olllco, 17tf
FOR HALE Choip, two Jersoy
cows, apply Ilullotln olfleo. 283 2p.
FOR SA I.K Potato digger In
quire M. J. .Main. Sb if
FOR MALE Fine Jersey eo. In.
quire at Mr. II. J. Murphy's ner
dopoL jMf
FOR 8ALK 8 Holeteln sows. l.i
preduoers, some freed how, others In
month. Farm T miles X. 14. Butte
station. Redmond. Phone Me. 1304.
P. O. Prlnavtlto. J. F. lUea. J2tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOSTWhlte setter
Ilulletla oirtcu.
dog.
Notify
if
LOST Waler siwnlol pnppy,'si.r
Held school. Finder kladly return
to U. M. McKay. 30-Slp
TAKHN UP fn Itln. pig about
weeks old. Owner oon have same iy
paying costs. Mrs. George llntos. So II
L08T Hllvor wntah, nlokol chnln
nttaohod. on Ilend llmuoh road, on
Oolober 2, 1014. Finder ritturi to
ilullotln. Jo-nio
WE CAN SUIT YOU
WITH SHOES
AND HOSE
FOR IIBXT.
FOR RBXT Furnished room wtli
use of piano. Inquire Mis. PrLice
Stoats. 81-IJu
FOR RBNT -Four room cjtti-(?i),
well furnished. Phone Ului -
681. SOif
FOR RBNT Two small furnlslud
hnjisos near sehool house. S. li.
liOKln, oor Descliutos Hank. 20tf
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Threo Jorwy owfl,
fnono Millard Trlplott. 3itr
tun hale Toani, and two MtB
double hnrnosH, buggy nnd ono lot
of small tools. Inqulro Nixon,
Ucnd. 3otf
WE CAN SUIT YOU WITH SHOES BECAUSE WE
CARRY THE RIGHT STVLES. OUR SHOES FEEL
good, too. mm because we Buy sum
LASTS FOR GL!M FEET AND BROAD. COMFORT-
ABLE LASTS FCR BROAD FEET. OUR SHOES WEAR.
SO DO OUR KCSE WEAR. BUy THEM. TRY
THEM. AND YOU'LL COME AGAIN FOR THEM.
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
LEARN THE WAY
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