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THE BEND BULLETIN
(PublUbJ Ktctt WedBSlr)
GEORGE PALMER PCTXAJ4
ROBERT W SAWTER
FRED A. WoKLFLEN
As Iadsed&t awppr rtsd-
aad pt-lil i ' tL it t.c He 5
epU ;-,it sad BBrrtacd
eeeaoauctl adatatet.-iUo. H tu
rrd tbe P.pMfcai& party fcr jears
WOMEN' AT WORK
TwB)ty fojr MttaMllT la?-) wo-
I4t.Sd wlia th caaee of
tag for Use s-jnar 4al, cte bwri- . i Ore
aw, eteaa mlltlei w. tae bt In-'"-
.errtls of Bnd nasi Ct-al O.-epoa.
BE ND THEATRE
0e Tear 1 1
i Month 'I
Tar tibtrki '
Tb party contained torn at
tk rani leaders of la m'-vem-: Is
A auric- I- tialxrtd aMe. fcf-efa.
voaa. with romaao was, po.V.ra'l
eaparfewc p)aty of dra.:asiio
aad aoert-., backiag.
Tb uace'OBiiBeatal 3C r-ius;
th ctr. which the wotaea ar
tekiag te 'w 'a paraoee of arous
ing later in aa aclve campaign
for vets for worn, aad eccia!l;
for Us formation of a ' mat-.'i
"WS'Tb,-' -wkMA .L MMM .V4.ll 1 .
'rjsaarlaed xrc! of tcbcj po:it-
kl jowrs for U tabllfbm&' of
All bctiptJoa f awe and
PAYABLE IS ADVAXC. Motion of
ezjflraUoa ar mailed Mbaeribars aad
U rewal U aot mad within ruetoa-
Me Urn th mm whi be
Plae notify i nrompuy : r
enure oi ori. i wi t m s- ...
e will aot b rpowW for ej4-i . Th Km B Aataoar fral f-
cHxfJ. fra? If k eras of la W fight-
JJaV.e a!l eaeVt m4 orin pay- T " t Coaprw to p It.
aM to Tb Ba4 Bolivia. ' Ooawt voa't do It Tb amcd-
ii - . atat 1c tlmpk a felJoirg Ta
rleat of r1tisa of U Valte4 Sat '
rote aaall aot b- dal4 or a rid;-
WEDNESDAY. NAT 1. 11
WANTED A PROGRAM.
hr l laltd rcatei or hr aar
Cate oa oqaji of x." If tiatd.
As aa raalofi of aoplulltr I tar foorthi of tb ut would
Trnifrr UdK' at Prla-, lo ratilr It to !: It SctiT
Hfc -was all that o!4 dalr4 ' Daoratle orr which
tlMi woHlao of th hoU r ara ' ho. tth fwiafn hf at
thoir for dl!eknr. ) ,"."""" '""j;"''- '"" "'""'
"vwch m.v mvttrwmf auBgiuio
Tlie mtx-t IxrautlfuIIf uickpfl actre on earth in a brilliant
Modern Society Dranuu Tbrob with intern buminc dnm
and lit itl action.
Sf.VDAV A.VI) MO.VIIA1 ADMISSION' IS AXIl 2S CEXT!
atoere. tfeoir tr
titr atrta!aaMflt wJoraW. Bnd.
vw K eoaMa hor tara to hold tta
Jalat bmoUmc. niU aav to na): Ji
'iSort to roaeb the staadard t by
tfeta Mtf th Rcdmoad mortis.
So laoeh for tb aoelaWMtr- A a
MtM la a eo-oorativ aMvmea.
kwTr. th ateatla a aothl-K
th appoiaf oat of a procraio
Ht as jtroTi4o4 at tb nd of
lag. waaaaof tb 4 of talk
t eo-oaorMloa aad th teaiania siaiMatat
of work toward It.
PoUowlac b Rdmoad atlnc
w Tamr4 th rmark that it wu
wmU-m to mt at tb dlaar abt
aad talk eo-operatlcn. and tba do
aothlaa; about It afterward. W pr
oid that tha Catherines b
fraaltlr KK-lal. or that a definite pr
grunt be prpard for dloentaloa a ad
effort mad to reach ccnclotioa
oa torn common problem
trtxattoa. And there are t-o n.aaj
woawa vho tot sow. and o maar
are bueomlnc aolttleallr powerful
ra tkoaab witboat th rote, that
thr actlrltr will bar an )iaivrant.
boarlac apoa tb Norembr ie'!on
acd It fa worth watehlnr.
Thijin women loader who are now
toarUtK ih wt ditrlUDte cuD'lrt
thoaaaadf of ctatoaoats ttinr forrb
their rrJeranc asalnrt Derrtcrarjr
BHow wo retiriat tb oaaonc of thl
It ahoold be rad b all
womhw later'd it pvbllr aifilrs
'aad a!l woma ahoald h In Orcon
It I worth? th atteation f men
eoacrad with natloaal moterets
aad It aaa real )arla aeon the un
foMlat; preoiden'ial ltaat(on
Tho 'omn of th country a yty
rrat many of them, at W are
"dowa on Democracy aad WIIob
And thfF h why. la the words of 'he
THE PRISONER OF
James K. Hackett
Tlie farttoti American att'jr greatest film mere-. I'ro
ably one of tlie raw tlirilliiu: liiio Iay- eiw (ttMlueel aaI
Ila attrncte Hlled liou-. tlie country oter.
KKIIIAV AM) MTIRDAV Nlf.HTS
All.MIS.SKlN HI M1 IS ( KXT
Choice Spring Offerings
Ladies' White Dress Skirts
Mcr ltM B'' '" ' - ' for ?n'r1 'Prtne aad irumm
er P1m Bc!i akiru. of tb Try Uet Eaitern pattern
t . !.! that are ftnklBi cuiisr SirU. snappy styles
jSl,V). M-W, . . SS and Sfl
TliB KITS ARK AH-tM.tTKI.y TUB FIXRST THAT
HUB BVBI5 HKBX MOVX IX IIEX11 AXIl ABB A SPBOAI,
NEW MIIlIiV BIn?B.- Lateet pttteras aad les w!t i
f- j trimming pecll offerlnr at S1.2S. si-V). 92. VLSo
MBla's Vaderwear holds the a noa tested supreman
la :he aaoerwear line. We haw a complete Mae ia men"-,
woma' aad children's aaloa roiu.
Si. si. so. si. 5S.S0, J
..VIC. 7.V. SI. S1.JW. SI. SO. Ki.S'1
30c, TSc, and SI
R. M. Smith
BEND'S LEADISO FL'RMSHEKS
Xow a program committee le to h Mtatemontc which are being upread
aapolnted. Good. That If tb ant
tit? toward conMractlve action Th
axt Mep la to And Items for that
program that Head. Redmond and
PrlBotllle and b smaller towns can
e-prate In worklar for. I
There coirea a difficulty Of eour
there are eternal qaectloa eternal
la Oregon anyway of roads and Ir-
broadeaat from Maine to )fdfor1
In the fxty-lhlrd eoneree The I
president refuted to support 'he fed- I
eral amendment aid declared bis per- !
fconal opposition to It.
la the senate the siffrare amend-
ment wan pitched to a premature vote
on JIareh 19. 1914. by two Demo-
rleatlen. These are not peculiar to cratlc rena'ori (Senator Thomas of
the three larn towns of the county. Colorado and Senator A thirst of Art-
aouever. ami u may wen ire in tonal wno hail it in charKe. a vear
tboce uhich are of Importance to the
Iforchutea ra aeriloR are not to
to the Orhoeo vally In short, '
a pnitram possible on which th
three towns can unite to any frrett
adrantaae" Would It not be tttr
If the towns on this side of the conn-
before .Congress closed: Although a
nntlon-ulde demonstration In sup
port of the measure ua In prepara
tion at the time. Senators Thomas
and Ashurst pHblicly statbl. Sefo"
the vote it as taken, that the niwnv
l'rentln William larnunt. tlie SIOO.OtHl .tar. in the
flrutna tJmt llre and ltvplre. MriWc. deeji the tle-rll ol
A FlUTl'Ki: VOl .Ml'ST I K. TOXIf.HT XIi THCI'SllAV
AdinKkl'ii IS and S Ccnti
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t. . venture to n s. : -- xt s L-.es duplua'el G.arscs re: r-
rt. a- ;ast. of Jit. i e 7' an- '''' s nions -Ad-
The American Paker Y&s art
"' " j ! l.se of fresh home n ade randies
kLAY HOUSE THAT
ly prepared their program and went , men had aot enough votes for ra-
t work and the tons on the east sage.
aide theirs It la onlv the faet thAt ' The vote of the vr.nto on the
we hapten to ho la the same coan- amendment was SS lor anj SI
r which hriugl'nd. Redmond and ,MBt4 it ailed bv only 11 votes
Erfffi ?'- JlpT.Sr i""? the tmmmT lwo ,Wrd"
Would It not It well to give a , m,",y' , , .
prominent pUr- on th program to Twentr-Mtven per cent, of th
Ho worhod out th onelon of Domoerata, 47 per cot of tb R
rrlendlv an-1 atnl'-aiil dlvlion ft th pahlleana, 190 per rent of th pro
count Then w ran mere 'enrtdy areaslves, voted for the amendment.
M after or rasllv local prohlama. , In th Hon, Democrats on tha
- raU commiUoo, bv a party vote. d-
foated (January 17 and January 21.
llli, a resolution creating a com
m.'tte on woman vitrraae in tha
House of Representative
A caucus of Democratic member
of th House rofused Kobruarv 3.
191 1 1 to rescind this artloi, and by
a vote of 123 to ST passed a reoolu
tton declaring that the question of
woman suffrage was a state and net
a federal question
Democrntlo members of the rules
committee blocked the suffrage
amendment In committee until after
the congressional elections In Norem.
The tote In the House on HUffrag
was 174 fur. and 204 against. Thir
ty one per cent of the Democrats vou
ed for the amendment. 04 per coat
of the Itepuhlleniis: 100 per cent of!
tb Progressive Republicans: 9 J per
cent of the Progressives. 100 per cant
of the Independent Hmmbershlp.
If as great a proportion of the
Democrat as of the Republicans had
voted fur suffrage a two thirds' ma
jority Ih the House would have been
secured Hut more thrfu two thirds
of the Democrats toted against suf-
reduelng the vote to such n
Usuull) th smaller ns papers of
tb state are lucllnd to neutrality
la lb primaries, especially where
state offices are concerned. Hut this
year the nsjbt for th post of Secre
tary of Stat Is arousing a llvel In
tarosi In the Oregon press and prac
tically all h Republican papers
wktak have expressed tbenMiottos are
corning out in support of Charles H
Hore Is typical comnwnt from re
reeenutlv smaller newspapers:
'The entire Republican priim of
thj state seems to be rallying to the
support of C li iloores fur Scre
tarNof State Moores Is u straight
Mtfpuhllcan, clean, able, honest and
cwMrteous, who has filled with honor
Man;- responsible portions." Jeff
There Is no suspicion aa to Mr
Mwore's standing and no question as
W hU ability. Integrity or hla loy
alty either to his party or to Oregon
He will not betray oRber and hi en
titled lo vry Republican vote In
the state " Corvallls Oatette-Tlmes.
"MepubilcaM voters should rally to fraa
l . .. , . . ..... ,.i.-i, i ."-. . w
'" "" """." r. i. i!'-r;:7r t the amendment could not
BBS puir a rani insw""?"1 "'' v
R Moore, in the olUc of Secretary
ty had been presentand ted "yta. '
In the sixty-fourth congress, the
president has git en no support to the
federal suffrage amendment.
In the Senate no effort has been
made by the party In power to aashH
the passage of the suffrage t evolu
tion In tb House the adml istratton
leaders on th Judiciary Commute
forced a single vote upon all eonHl
tultomil amendments. Including th
suffrage and prohibition amendments
ar.d ' uniting the opposition to all
of tti.-r.i secured a majority agaiost
a report of the federal suffrage
aiuenlnint. although a majority of
the individual members of the com
mittee favored such a report and bad
openly gone on record as doing to.
of Stat Mr Moores Is not a poll
tMan. Ha hi a man of public spirit
aad public' Interest Tie la a clean
man and a capable man He has
donsonstraud his unselfishness and
hla capability by bis public services "
"The ofllce of Secretary of State Is
OH9 that should be occupied by a
man of larga knowledge and wide ex
perience Charles II. Moores, the
KepnblteaH candidate. I . . ouo
of the big men of Oregon, who will
d erodU to the office and serve the
people well aa Hearotary of State"
"Mr Olrott was appointed 8icre
tary of State by West April 17. 1911.
At the end of his present term, Jan
uary 1. mi 7. he will have been in
oitUo five iea.ni gliht and one half
months, and MraWn I3S.C87 1n sal
arv. If ha Is re-elected ho will get
a total Of 13.C87 In-salary. Charles f
II. Moores. candidate for Republican
nomination aKalast Olcolt'. Is a real r
have secured a two thirds' majority
If eer member of etery other par-
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HKXD5 AXXIVERSARV. j
One year ago todey, on Monday,
May 10th. The Bulletin had the hon-!
or and the pleasure and tb satltfa?-,
lion of issuing an eight peg extra
ed'tlon making the doflnlt an
nouncement thct The Shevlln-Hlx a
Company would build ia Bend .t
one. Nona of us raclUd at tbe,
Um Juat wbt-t that meant. As r.-,
lartlon baa rron and the facts ot
the sis of the I' dustry created her i
in the past -ear hss lecome known
w have bad gr at cauta to rJoice
Tbanksgltlng n November is verv
So many men get it
into their heads that
they cannot lie fitted in
reudy-mtide suits. You
may he one of these
men; you are wrong.
with our help, can fit
you perfectly in a ready
made suit, and V E
CAN' PROVE IT. We
wish you would come in
and try it on.
$'25.00 or 80.00 or less than $:5.00 if you like.
Our clothes are guaranteed to he satisfactory
to the wearer; colors, fabrics, quality, fit.
FREE FOR ALL
SPRING MEET AT SISTERS
ON MAY 14
TUB IIUVT JIOllSI'S OP t'lHMlK
COl NTV WIM PAKTICIPATi: IV
IAKIVO I.I AX'S OF PRI.NKVll.l.i:.
tlLWMOBD A: SMITH' FROM
IIKMl. t MItKS FROM RKIIMO.Ni
AND ROm I ROM sIvrKKS.
TfiO RACES-BEST TS0 OUT OF THREE HEATS
First race starts promptly at one o clock
Races run under American Trotting
Come to the Sisters Get-Together Meet
TUB HORSKS THAT WIM, START
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The boat ol Hst Sthiioti ft Mux cLtKct
J. W. McCulloch
l'NlllTB WHO IS WKI.I, gi'AI.II'lKD FOB PO
MTK1.N SIKH 1.11 BK SKI.KCTKII.
The voters at the Primaries May 19th, should enrf
fully consider the different candidates for Public Service
CoaunUiloner before toting. Great good can be ac
complished by the right kind of Commissioner, and
groat harm cn be done by a Commissioner who Is not
qualified for tbe position.
1. W. .MKVU.OCH of Mullieur County, Ie endorse.!
fV this pokittoB by Judgos, Uankep, Public,, Official
ausins4weu. farmerb. Looal Oranges, County. Qrangesi
and all class of eltlsens.You can make noni'lstake M
supporting J. W, McCulloch.