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TUB BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMEIt PUTNAM
ROBERT W. SAWYEn
FRED A. WOELKLEN
' Associate Editor.
An indopondont nowapapor stand
ing for tho B(unro doal, clean busi
ness, clean politics and tho best In
terests of Bend and Central Oregon.
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strelcli 'aritffcok to ecc ff oiir'powder
Is dry, before" wo turn flgalh td our
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1915.
It's n long way to Australia as well
ns, to Tlppernry, but even In tho dis
tant Antipodes thoy have had
troubles similar to ono of Centrnl
Oregon's. Tho Australians, how over
have contrived to transform thi'lr Ha
lilllty Into an asset. Altogether, the
yarn and Its lesson In optimism may
lio Interesting hereabout, so wo re
print It from tho Providence Journal
"Tho exportation of rabbit-skins
from Australia now exceeds In vitluo
over $3,000,000 annually, according
to tho Sydney report.
"Now this Is astonishing Informa
tion. Tho AntlpodoH nro to be con
gratulated. For years wo have been
hearing about their pest of rabbits.
Australians have long viewed with
gloom tho overrunning of their con
tinent. "It was CO years ago, or so, that
an Incautious gentleman from Now
South WnleH obtained from Europe,
and turned loose In tho colony, threo
pairs or rabbits. As tho population
and wealth of Austrnlla Increased tho
rabbits Increased; and more than cor
respondingly. Until recently, It has
been a tremendous problem how to
check them to say nothing of ex
termination. Thoy ilrovo tho far
mers from their lands, and have
threatened such devastation ns has
not boon known since tho succession
of plagues paralyzed Egypt.
"Tho Australians have found n
way, nl last. They hnvu solved tho
exasperating rlddlo by turning the
rabbits to prollt. A domain! for rab
bit has been created In tho world's
marts, It appears, especially for the
iiklns. What was a nuisance, and n
destructive one, Is found to bo mar
kutnblo. "This Is merely nnother Illustra
tion, of con run, of an Industrial mir
acle with which wo are familiar tho
utilization of what has been thought
useless, tho working up of a by-product
Into something of commercial
"Meanwhile tho happy situation Is
that tho Australians are able to null
what they have plenty of, and do not
want to keep what, Indeed, thoy
would hitherto have Iumiii glad to pay
to gut rid of. Such luck Is enough
to make Hint celebrated Australian
bird, the laughing-Jackass, split IU
ulilim with laughter, and the kangaroo
leap for Joy.
' Reporting the sale of tickets for,
the O. ,A. C.-Syracuso foot ,ball game
being played In Portland ,thls after
noon tho Oregon journal Monday af
ternoon, said that reservations or
seats had been made from linker,
Pendleton, La Ornndo and Bend. The
Journal continues: "Idahp and Bend
spectators must start today In ordor
to arrive hero In time for the big
game, which will start whenRofer-
eo ueorgo varneii .mows tno wistia.
nt 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.",
Sotncorie ought to toll the Journnl Jto
TYRANNY OF CASTE.
Desplied Hindu Pariah and
Donds Ho Strive to Break.
Speaking of the defeat of equal
BiiITrago In New Jersey, James It.
Nugent, a leader of tho "antls" said:
"New Jersc leads oft In the light
for sane government, tho purity of
the homo and the protection of her
womnnhood." Mercy me! "We'd
renlly enjoy having this political mo
squito see some of Oregon's Insane
government, impure homes and un
protected wemnnhood under tho
curso 'of equal sulfrago. Only wo
couldn't stand him very long.
Seventy five Oregon editors In
spected the Penitentiary and Asylum
at Salem the other day, and every
ono of them was rclensed without dif
ficulty. Tho management of our
str.tu Institutions la very lax.
Now comes tho Fort Bock Times,
following In tho path of the Monday
Crawfish and the Saturday Evening
Alibi, with Thursday Afternoon
Bend Ib about tho only town In tho
county which hasn't had a show, or
n fair. But mills nro pretty nice, at
When it comes to presidential fav
orltlcs, tho country to the couth of
us Is solid for Uncle Bob Strnhorn.
.Mr. Bryan says ho will never hold
olllco again. At last BIB Is getting to
know what tho peoplo want. i
Nowhcio does Hindu priestcraft show
Its original despotism more clearly than'
in the ordinances prohibiting nil social
communication with the "depressed
classes," or tho so culled pariahs.
Thoso who know conditions will agree
that neither the term "pariah" nor "de,
presxed" Is strong or explicit enough to
convey to the minds of this readers the
resit rendition of the tmrlah. 'A dug is
allowed to come uenr a, man, a cat U
aliened to enter 'a house, 'but not a
purlnh. If even tho shaddw of a pariah
touches a caste man the latter must
bathe away bit pollution.
One day on the bank of n, river n
Brahman was performing his middny
ablutions. A few pariahs were tugglnjr
at n boat, with n rope tied to the must.
Tho moment the shadow of the repc
fell on the Brahman nt prayer he look
ed nt the men who were tugging the
bout and was fuilous with rage. UN
bath was lost, hi ablutlonnry rites lost,
by the touch of the shadow of u rope
In the hnuds of pariahs. lie plunged
Into tho river again, this time not say-
I lug his bathing hymns, hut abusing the
pariahs fur causing him extra trouble.
The mnharnja of Triivnneorc and tho
gnekwar of Barodii have already al
lowed the pariah to send representa
tives Into their Imperial legislative
councils. The latter has established
special schools and boarding bouses to
facilitate tho education of tho "un-
touchablcs" of his state. The pariahs
themselves nro taking courage and ob
jecting to the Ignominies to which they
nro subjected. At tho least displease
ure 'they go on strike and bring tho
high caste people to their knees. Some
time ngo tho sweepers and scavengers
of Simla went on strike for higher
wages nud made tlio government of his
Britannic majesty accept the terms
which they dictated. Busautn Kouimir
Hoy hi Century Magazine.
The Bend Flour Mill Company now
has one of the hiost Up-to-date and
sanitary mills In the northwest. Tho
highest grade products guaranteed.
FOB BENT For month, Dec. 16
to Jan. 15, to desirable parties, fur
nished house, Including piano, two
sleeping rodms In house. Enquire,
Bulletin. 39-41 p.
FOR RENT Three furnished
rooms for light house keeping. Close
In. Rent reasonable. Inquire Mc
Cllncy'si stare. tf
FOR. RENT Chicken houso on
two lots. 600 birds capacity. In
quire Bulletin, 36tr
FOR RENT One 'threo room nnd
one four room house, J. Ryan &
Co. ' 37tf
When the cnnnl Is opened for keeps
will San Francisco pull nnother ex-'
Britannia mny rule the waves, but
at (Billlopoll she seems to bo wavering.
Dry farmers will havo tho edge on
tho Irrlgatlonlsts nftccJanunry first.
Everything's normal nt Portland.
Lafferty Is running again, '
Which will end first, the European
wnr or Carrauzn?
Only the pnws nro full in'' Chicago
on Sunday now,
Shop early nud ship early.
Slide, (loethals, slide!
THE NOVEMBER WEATHER
.lloml Is coining to be the Big Dog
among Central Oregon communities.
Above everything, It must never ho
a dog-lii-tliB-inanger. The tlmo Is ar
riving when moro and more wo can
got what wn want, ns a town. Hut
tho ultimate betterment of Bond do-
pumls not upon us alone, but upon all
I the 'Interior country and our nolgh-
'hor'roinmuiilllos. That country must
bo, prosperous nnd tho peoples of
' those other towns conduit. Wo
should try to havo them look to Bead
fop, alii In their projects, mid nut ro
HVd her suspiciously as n stdllsli
hruto IlkHly to tils off till the best
bonus to her own kennel. Thtt Big
Dog should bo the hwt friend, thw
willing big brother, ready to step In
Hint help the smaller fellows. If we
er.n keep working with that spirit
Dotnl's progrtNM I sure.
November saw tho first tall of
snow for this year. During the
mouth Just psiBt S'i Inches fell. The
maximum temperaturo was 75 de
grees and tho minimum was 6 degrees
above zero. Of the I0 days In No
vember 10 wero cloudy, nine partly
cloudy and five were clear. Tho heav
iest rainfall for u period of 2 t hours
fell on the 'jr.th when there was u
precipitation of 1.7 Inches.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
County Superintendent of Crook
county, Oregon, will hold the regular
examination of applicants for Stnto
Certificates at Prlncvlllo ns follows:
Commencing Wednesday, Decern
'bor 16, 1916, at 9 o'clock, a, in., nnd
continuing until Saturday, December
18, 1915, ntM o'clock p. m. j
Wednesday forenoon Writing, U.
Wedn,esduy nftornoon Reading,
Physiology, Composition, Methods In
Reading, Methods In Arithmetic.
Thursday forenoon. Arithmetic,
History of Education, Physiology,
Methods In Geography.
Thursday nftornoon Grammar,
Geography, Amorlcan Literature,
Physics, Methods In Language, Thesis
for Prlmnry Certificate, Science of
Friday forenoon-Theory nnd Prac
tice, Orthography, Physical it Goo r
raphy, English Utoraturo, Chemistry,
History of Education. ;
Friday afternoon School law, Ge
ology, Algebra, Civil Government,
Childhood and Adolesconce, .
Saturday forenoon-Geometry, Bot
any, School Administration.
Suturday nftornoon General His
tory, Bookkeeping, Methods.
J. E. MYERS,
39-10. c Superintendent.
Some old liialtls of both sows h.uo
boon preaching the discontinuance
of IntqracolloKliitu athletics nt the
Statu University. Ami while the
iiuthorltltM haum't stopped football
and buimtia.ll games with other Insti
tutions, the brake has been put on
nthletle activities to u conilderitblo
extent. A reusonnblo regulation of
nthtutlcs Is well enough; studies
should eouin first and guinea rtcond.
Bui It Is silly pniillhiies to prattle
about stopping Intercollegiate foot
ball ami baseball matches entirely.
If the regents permit such a move to
progro too far, In n few years thoy
will uvwiko to a university populated
by ihtunielvo. their faculty, short
lnjrtnl co-eds and long imlrvd male
Thin iTho Balkan Drive.! Is th
btisiiiuliiK of the lliiul triumph ot
GuiiiiHii arms over the world," says
an- editorial In tho Berliner Tage
blntt. Friends, In thoo linos Is set
funh the spirit behind Germany's
wwr of agruwdon. Belgium has beo
triumphed nvur.Hml turbla U feJlig
Hjtj Intel ut tlfti conqueror,, Vihnllve
lu oeeupy portion ot this self
samo world, vltjw with equanimity
tl! possibility of further Germanic
ucywgnAt loul mil, ,Vo,.uut, heer
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29 Ptly. Cldy.
20 Ptly. Cldy".
27 Ptly. Cldy.
1 1 Clear.
1 1 Cloudy.
13 Ptly. Cldy
31 Ptly. Cldy.
IS Ptly. Cldy.
21 Ptiy. Cldy.
Norman II. Bean, an artist In brick
and stone work, has Just arrived
from Pnsadena, California, and is
prepared to show tho peoplo of Bond
what can bo dono In building with
local stoue. If you want work woll
done drop him a card at the post of
fice. Adv. p
NORYAL L SPRINGER
Up Slain Bern Building
Call (or and Dclivci All
Woik. Ordftt ulen by
"Sonny" the Meticngct Boy
A swell Hue of homo made candles
at American Bakery. Adv.
SCHOOL NOTICE TO PARENTS.
Special attention Is called to the
hours of opening of the doors ot the
school buildings on stormy dnys.
Whenever the weather Is bad all pu
pils will bu admitted as soon ns the
doors nro opened at S:45 u m. nud
1 p. in. Pupils should not ho sent to
tho school ground a on those stormy
days before those hours.
. . " u.Jiuyvt.NS.
AT THB NEW MOAT
Gilbert $b Son
Try delicatessen spoctRltlas nt
Amerlonn Bakery. Home made sal
ads, baked beans and cooked meats
1 1 located tt The Piemen
Dam, Bend, and Mill care
(or your Hortci and Cattle
al )oui call, or
I' h o n c 22X
FOR SALE Good cook stove,
choap. Inqulro at Bulletin. 38tt
,FOR SALE Dry Juniper wood. At
Homcscokers Land Co. 3S-3Dc
FOR SALE Milch cow. Inquire
Kenwood grocery. 3S-39p
FOR SALE Houso and lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable. Inquire
A. E. Edwards, Bend Sign Co. 37tf
FOR SALE Small counter at the
Cozy Restaurant. 34 tf
FOR SALE Modern houso dnd
lot on Ohio street, three blacks from
post ofllce. Seo YVhltted nt Demont
grocery or C. S. Benson. 38tt
FOR SALE Tent house partly
furnished, on lot for Bale, both in
Pnrk addition. Cnll on Mrs. T. W.
FOR SALE Board and room for
six men may be obtained by Inquiry
three doors east of Kenwood gro
cery. . 39p
FOR SALE Cheap If takon nt
once, lot on old Drake lawn. 11. II,
Room and board for six men. In
qulro third door east of Kenwood
grocery. ' 38-39 p
WANTED To soil flfiy foot lot
on Bond street, down" town. S. S.
WANTED airl for general houso
work. Mrs. H. J. Ovorturf. 39tf
LOST AND FOUND.
TAKEN UP Bay maro and colt
at Knsprovltz homestead, Hemstnd
valloy. Branded 7H on loft shouldor.
Owner wrlto P. O. box 11, Bend. 33tfc
LOST Plain gold enso ladles
watch. Return to Btillotln ofllce. nnd
recolvo, reward. . ttl 3Qt,?
STRAYED Ono yearling steer(
Rod. Owner can havo tho samo by
Identifying samo nnd pnylng feed bill.
Phono Lowls ranch, Rural 317. 39-40
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE
TO TRADE Tho best butcher
business In Vancouver, Washington.
Will trndo for Improvod 40 If closo
to Bond, Oregon. Seo Homeseekers
Land Co. 3G-39e
Cups & Saucers
Sugar & Creamers
Water Sets '
You Buy for Less
The Permanent, Progressive,
Reliable Store of Bend
Watch Our Ado. Nel Week For
4 tf g jf tf ' ff tf
This week we are better prepared
to show you a Complete Line of
The best line in town.
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING
DR. A. A. BUBBIS.
Dr. A. A. fiurrlB, Naturopath,
wishes to announce to tho people ot
Bend and vicinity that ho has return
ed to Bend for tho practice of his
profession and will bo glad to see his
old friends and acquaintances.
Dr. Burrls has beon practicing over
fifteen years and has had splendid
success In the treatment of almost alt
diseases of the human body. He Is
a graduate of tho Omaha College ot
Osteopathy, Tho Wcltmer School of
Nevada, Mo., and the American Col
logo of Naturopathy of New York.
Naturopathy Includes all tho nat
ural methods ot healing, viz: Osteo
pathy, Chiropractic, Hydrotherapy,
Electro-Therapy, Swedish Massago,
Vibratory Massage, Magnetic Heal
ing. Tho olllco equipment consists ot
tho latest appliances for the treat
ment of disease, such as the Botz dry-hot-air
appliance for tho treatment
of paralysis, rheumatism, stiff Joints,
contracted muscles. Also Dr. Minims
Violet-Ray Thorapoutlc iLnmps for ln-i
flnmatory conditions, tumors, goi
tres, abnormal growths, etc., Elec
tric Heating Pads, Electro Sweat
Blankets, strong Eloctrlc Vibrator,,
Doejs It pay YOU to risk your llfo
and health with u cheap, liioxpcrlenc
el practitioner, who 1ms had perhaps
only a few months' Instruction In ono
branch ot DruglcNS Healing,, when
you can get tho benefit of fifteen
years of experience in nil forms of
disease noil methods ot l)ruj.'le,-s
Member of Stato mill National As
sociation of NatroputliH.
Ofllco at Rooms 2 and 3, Bean
building, Bend, Oregon.
Seo Edwards for papor banging.
.Men's Heavy Shirts fjtl.00 to $2.00
Heavy Underwear, per garment rJoc to 1(11.00
Heavy .Mayo Union Suits i I$1.U3
1 1 Inch Platters ,'...'... .iW'c
Jl! Inch Platters ' ,. m l'-c
Cups and Saucci-H Oc; il3c per do..
O J4 Inch Plates c
Large Bowls 10c
Sugar Bowls 2.1c
7)4 Inch Soup Plate,- rf .....-,.-. tic; (I for O.lc
2 Quart Pitchers ?, " . ........ .' :Wc
WiiMi Boh! nnd Pitcher , ISOc
Enamel .Ware, small tlen "...".'... .'. toe and 1,1c
Clothes Tins, -I do.en , .1c
Brooms ,......., , . . ,2.1c, il.lc, -10c
BriihS King Wash Hoards IOn
Clothe Hungers !c
OUR PRICKS ARE RIGHT
LADIES WORK GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION. SAT
1SFACTIOX Oil NO PAY. WE IK) REPAIRING AND
ALTERATION. LET WYSE CARE FOR YOUR CLOTHES
AND BE WELL DRESSED. ' ' 1
SUITS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED: "
MODERN CLEANERS -Harry
PHONE BLACK 001
w WITH A. li. FRENCH
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