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TIIK 1IEXI) llUIJiKTIXllENin ORB., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 14, 1010
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Etery Wednesday)
, GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
ROHERT W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELFLEN
i Assoclnto Editor.
'4 An Independent newspaper stand
ing for the squaro donl, clean busi
ness, clenn politics and the best In
terests of JJoud and Control Oregon.
Ity to express them before the pco-, eighteen years old und cnJfil ut thirty
pie' unsurpassed by nny stnto or mi-j thtee. Hannibal a Hinted frlm thirteen
tlonal cxoutlve In many years. , (0 fortyxeVcnt Crtcnr' from, forty to
(ho senr.H old .Napnlooti mild of hliu
"Qne'lins only n tcTtnlu time for
tin ( nn repetitive. He can net I'll
tho InHtnnt n b well ns hpeak from "elf
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1010.
tho shoulder Ills. mind expresses It-
Bolf lnion thanjnure words.
Ho Is the next president.
It seen to Tho Hulletln unfort
uimto th.it the Hoo-Hoo gathering
should be made the occasion of re
ports that the town of Ilond Is plan
nnr. I sin 1 1 be food for It but Ms
yearn more, then eeu 1 Kball Mop.'
Ills downwind (.uieer began when Lc
was forty. New York Htm
llnviiim. or Sun I'lNiobai do It Iln
nine a relelirntlnn of mill openings bauil, us It was originally liamt'd. un
when this Is not the case. Ucnd's the Inst of se en cities foiiiuled In Ctib.i
hospitality Is s wldelv and so fa- by thp Maud's conqueror, (lie Adelnii
oriibly known that visitors who come ,mi niepi Vol.isqucz. the date lielug
oxpcctlng to receive It will carry July 2.-,. 1.", in. Klnte thut wiih tuenty
away n bud Impression If thoy find 1U,0 j.,,lirH llfu.r ,tll. wcM ! 0u
nothing prepared. The I "" ' llu,m,, ,iu. ,lc.. ,., ))0 niUv lieu
f.0",n,.U. f.e 'MS ''!' Ci .nM ' ! w.rM cUIph older tin.,. Havana, mm
breach nnd do w,,ai u can. not onlv ' " """ , M
for Its own guests, but for all others i n slllto dlKUppcmed. i V
'( HANGING PIKE.
Tho Ilmihnm Fulls segregation em
braces 74,000 acres. It niih segre
gated under tho Carny Act October
17, l'jun, for reclamation by the Con
trol OniKon Irrigation Company.
Tho ton year porlod expired on tho
contract between tho StHte nnd the
Fodurnl Government on October 17,
l!M(i. Upon thu roiiiest of tho- C.
O. I. Company the Desert Lund
Hoard petitioned tho Department of
tho Interior for an itcuslun of llvo
year's tlmo. Thereafter, Inrldently,
tho Hoard received much protest
uboiit lis uctlon from this territory,
nnd local (irKiuilzutlnnH urged thu
Department to refuse tho extension
and to open tho land to public entry.
On December 21, 19K,, thu De
partment lequlred a further show
liiK In support of tho application for
oxtonslon, allowing 00 days In which
.to mako such showing. Tho Hoard
referred tho mutter to tho C. O. I.
Company with tho suggestion that If
lha company wanted the extension It
should comnjlo and submit the re
quired data. Tho company, however,
never replied, nnd tho time expired
March 28, 1010.
Slnco then numerous requests ltnvo
been made to the Hoard and to tho
Department' of tho Interior to liavo
tho lands thrown opont 6 entry un
der tho homestead act. Thus far no
uctlon has been taken by tho Depart
ment, and thu' Hoard has remained
ullont, nit Its own Jurisdiction nnd
direct IntcrcBt In tho matter has been
All of which 'Is history another
dry chapter In tho story of Central
Oregon's -irrigation development and
Suftmiud up, tho, Company apparently
wanted to keep tho llenbnni Kails
lands tied up, on tho cbnaco that
later opportunity might nrlso for
thrlr Irrigation exploitation with
some protlt to the C. O. I. Tho
Government has refused to permit
tho continuance of the segregation.
Hut tho land Is sowed up Just tho
untile. Instead of being In n C. O.l.
reservo It is, a fJoverninent reserve.
Most of tho 74.000 acres ore about
n dlzen mlleB from lloiul. A verv
great deul oT tho tract Ib mighty good
laud fur and owny better than much
of the territory thr-t has been home
steaded during the Inst few years.
Not only Ih t)io 'pud bettor, but It Ik
adjacent to tlt.l milium), to town and
to water and timber. .It omlirncea
woo r oh of homesteuds worth linvlng.
It has I eon determined pretty def
initely that those lands are not to
be considered for Irrigation nt pres
ent. Tho project embracing them has
been turned down by the engineers
of tho co-operutlvo survey of the
state and Government, and the Inter
ior Department bits ended tho con
tract under which tho C. O. I. held
them, They are useful now only for
homestoadlug and dry farm develop
mjjn, Perhaps later, u district plan
for their reclamation might bo work
Hut now tho Important point Is to
get tho 74,000 acres In nctunl uso
As It Is. tho lands are doing no on
auy good. They should bo opened
to entry, and thu sooner tlie better.
Tho Departirtyit of tho Interior
should bo urged to so open them. If
tho IHjpartment finds tho people of
this country really desire such action,
It will be tukon. Hero Is opportun
ity for constructive activity through
tho Ilond Commercial Club and set
tlers' orgnultutlons, with co-operation
on tho part of tho community orga
nizations of our sister towns.
Summer tlmo Is hero again. Re
member past summers. It Is drown
ing tlmo too, In tho Deschutes. Tho
list of tragedies and nenr tragedies
hero Is pnthetlc. Won't parents see
to It that their boys nnd girls keep
off the river, nnd won't tho public
co-operate In guarding tigalnst n rep
etition of tho sad nccldents of the
"My wife hai planned u gem of a
"What's her Idea?"
"An eight room houe with 1H2 clos
ets." Louisville Courier-Journal.
selected, but it will be situated In the
vicinity of tho depot, The machin
ery, all of which Is the Intest, It as
been ordered and Is expected to ar
rive for Installation within the next
fow days' to enable tho opening some
time early next week Doth ladles
have had considerable, experience In
Vr " it
CARLOAD OK PIAXO.S FOR ItEXD.
fillers Music House, the well
known music dealers who conduct
stores In all the Important western
cities are unloading n car of pianos
ami player pianos today Through
tho supervision of E. R Van Dyke
of tho Portland store, nnd J. W. Day,
local representative, a special price
sale la being held here. Pianos ship
ped In these wholesale quantities un
doubtedly show what the largo mer
cantile establishments think of Hcnd
ns vr commercial center. Adv,
"Undiluted Americanism." That's
"Watchful waiting." Thnt'B all ,
""A TALE OF TURKEY." "
Queer Thlngi That Happened In the
Name of tho Constitution,
The Igiiorau'o of tho Turkish tnnxset
concci iilui; polltltal question, mijh Sir
Edwin Pciih In "I'orly Years In Con
stantinople." W show u by certain In
cidents of the revolution of 11)08. The
IiiiuiuK or puilcrx. In the town, like
the peasntils In the country, when
they heard that his majesty had swum
to bo faithful to the constitution. In
quired what It was. Was It n person?
Was It n new cullph? Aud very few
could give any clear explanation. The
words "liberty and' "equality meant
something good, nlthotigh they could
not lime nald what. To somo they
signified general lUcnsc.
Two EugllKh friends of mine were
motoring outsldo timyrun when n num
ber of Turkish boys sot, upon them
nnd Hung stones ut them. The Eng
lishmen gatv (haxo nnd caught the
principal offenders. TIiq eldeit was
askcil why he had thrown stones.
"Hurrlet vnr." was the reply.
"There's liberty. We cn do what we
Tho Englishman replied. "Hurrlet
var, and I am. at liberty lo' give yod
a good thrashing, am I not?"
One -of the boys said yes. be supposed
that would heno, but he hoped the
liberty would not lie used. The Eng
lishman replied that It would not be
used that time, but U the offense were
repented be would uso It to the fullest
The workmen nn a newspaper during
that time asked for a large Increase
"Hut vliy?" asked the owner
"Hecause tru-re fs n constitution,"
The trainwny men utrucU for higher
wages, und the only JuvtllU-utlou that
they put forward was that there was
now n constitution. Yet men of nil
rlussc cheered. In I lie Inntlett manner
for the coiixtltutlou, Throughout the
mouth of August smuggled tobarco
was openly cold In the trect nt a
very cheap rate, hitter and sellers
alike considering that Hie rouMltutlon
allotted men to set iildc the law thut
hnd mtide the sale of tnbiiiiu a govern
HOSPITALITY IN SYRIA.
Those who novo followed tho enr-t-cr
of C'hurles If. llugluw are takliix
an erpeolul satisfaction In the actio i
of tho Republican convention In
nominating him for tho presidency,
whllo friends wif tho party rejulc to
see It becoming so thoroughly
nyipuiiblve. to tho wishes of the
nple Mid ' so wise in Its choice
of it standard heuror. The Hulletln
loins nil Republicans In gratification
ovor the nomination.
Prom tho tlulo when ho first came
Into publlo notice Mr Hughes, when
ever drafted for tho state, has shown
so single nn eyo to tho public Inter
est aud such etllcloncy In Its service
that tho pooplo rccognlio In him the
American Idoal public servant. And
he has served. lie had' nearly four
years,: as governor of "Now York
whero lie shnvvVCdiB. erasn of tho fun
damentals of KQVerntuunt and an abll-l
A Custom That May Have a Bearing
on a Passage In Scripture.
Approaching hit hoped for guest, a
B.vilan engages tilui In something like
the following! dialogue, tharartrrlzed
by a glow of feeling which the truuslu.
tlou can only faintly ret en I:
"Eiiuoble rus by your preseucc"
"I would be ennobled, but 1 tuuuot
"Thut cannot be."
"Yea. jen. It inilM, le"
"Xo, swear against jou by our
friendship und by the life of God. I
lote Jut to i acquaint jmi with my
bread ami salt"
"I swear also that I And It Impossible
to accept. Your bread and suit aro
known to all.""
"Yea. do R Just for our own good, lly
coining to us )uu roine to your own
bonte. Let us repay jour Iwunty to
,us." J "
"Astaghfero"Allah (by the mercy of
Ouli I liuvu not 4iestowel any bouuty
upon jui worth mentioning."
Ilcrv ibe host seltes his guest by the
arm uud with un emphatic, "I will not
let jou go." pulls at lilut und would
drug him bodily Into Ids house. Then
the guest happy In being vanquished
"with honor.'' consents to the luyfta
Do you now understand fully the
meaning of tho passage In the four
teeuth chapter of Luke' gosvcl? "A
certain man made n great supper, and
Uide iiiiiuj-. and they ull with
one eoncu began to make excuse
And the I-ord said uutu the serv
nut. tla out Into the highways and
hedges, and couiol tbem to eomo In.
that my house way be filed.'" Abru
ham -Ml trie Rlhlwuy In Atlantic
Alexander the OrratNi cttr piUlt
tary career began tybeu be nat only
Hepe Springe Eternal.
MaudHave you ever hnd your
flower garden Ipok as jou winded It to?
Ilentrlx No; jou fee. we've only lived
here twenty-live years. Life. '
One tlrtue will off nee many, tires.
one vice will euiue many virtues.
Rnlriip. . ', , ",
Hastening tho Evil Day.
Willie Pii -nays he wishes that you'd
mako haste and propose to sNtcr
Young Man (dellghtedi Then lie K
willing to let her marry me?, Willie
'Taint that. Ho says you're' not likely
to keep romhi' hcie nfter sis 'hands
you tho mitten. Huston Transcript.
Orulilm I met n man today who can
draw his check for u million. Stubbs
Tliat's nothing. I met u man who can
draw his check for leu uud nctunlly gel
It cashed. Richmond TliueH-Dlspntch
"He never works, does hoX-,''-"Oh.
yes; he work:s any one, hi can
for anything he caul"
HELD IX S.Vm HO.NDH.
E. 'A. IyOitdon, who Is allegod to
have broken tho quarantine rcguh
thins in forco at tho Hrooks-Scunlon
camp whero q caso or small pb Wps
dlccovcrcd several weeks ago' was
tried before Judgo Eastca this after
noon, After taking tho evldentu
guilty and hound him oyer in K00
' ! '
HANK MADE AOKNT.
The First National Hank has been
designated ns an agent or tho 'West
cm Union Telegraph Oo., for'-the
transfer of money by wire. 'Here
tofore fill payments to person's in
Ilond hnvo been handled through
banks In Tho Dalles nnd money could
not bo accepted hero for transmission
o other olntB but tho now arrange
tnontH changes all thbt and nionoy
frm now bo accepted to be wired to
fliy point In tho United States linv
lng n money transfer olllco. Accord
ing to President C. S. Hudson, tho
First National Is tho only bank in
Central Oregon having thesa radii-tics.
TO OPEN lai'XDRV.
Mrs. J C. Rlchter nnd Mrs. R. L.
Do Courcv, both or Hond. tvlR open
n domestic laundry. The locntlqn for
tho laundry has not been deflnltely
KNK1HTS OK pVTII IAS Attention:
Tonight, Juno 14th, there will bo
work In tho rnnk of Knight, nnd rep
resentatives Irom the Supremo lodge
will be present with an Invitation for
us to participate In the pnrado ut
Portland during the session of tho
Supreme Lodge in August. It Is Im
portant thnt you should lie present.
Notice Is hereby given that the
City of Rend has taken up tho fol
lowing described live stock to-wlt:
ont Jcrs- y steer, backward R. E., on
right id do uud Y U. on right lip.
two notches n left cur; one rod nnd
whlto stem' biifkwnrd R. E. on right'
side und light hip. nlso X on left
lily, two i:Mi'hc tu right ear, one
tt'iti It In 'ef enr Tl..- coat of re
deeming snld stock will be $1 por
head per day In nddltlon to the no
tual expense of keeping, togethor
with tho cost of tho ndtertleement
nnd nil other necessary expenses. In
caso or fnllure to redeem by the ow
ner snld stock will bo sold aa provid
ed by the charter nad by ordinances
or tho Cltv or Rend, on tho 22nd iln.t
of Juno, at 2 o'clock, rt nt., In front
of tho city Jail at Hetid, Oregon,
L. A. W. NIXON,
l.'-lCp Chief nnd ex-olllclo master
All republicans of Hond nnd vicin
ity nro urged to meet nt the Commer
cial Club tomorrow, Thursday night,
nt S o'clock to perfect organization
of tho Republican Club for the com
Adv. C. M. McKAY.
Your Choice of all remaining
Ladies' SUITS AND COATS at
(Continued from Page 1.)
scrvlco thore mny.be tb,e, utmost ef
ficiency under tho mos competent
,lmlnl.,..,lva liAnill S.
Judgo Kftstes found tho prlsotiorl.. .,Uut wc. pre aovoted tp.thp Jdenls
or honorable peace, wojwlsh to pro
nifito all wise and practical measures
for the Just 'settlement' or interna
tional disputes. In view or our
abiding Ideals, fhere" Is no danger
of militarism In this countrj". Wo
hnve no policy of aggression; no lust
for territory; no'xeal forstrire.
"It lsln (his spirit that wd demand
ndequato provision for national lie-
fonsc. nnd wo condemn tho. Inexcus
able neglect that has been shown In
this mnnnor or first national Import
ance. Wo must have tho strength
which seir-respect demands, the
strength or an efficient nation and
ready ror every emergency.
Our preparedness must ho Indus
trial and economical as well as mil
itary. Our severest tests will come
after the wnr Is over.
Wo must mnko n fast nnd wise re
adjustment of the tariff. In .accord-
anco with sound protective principles,
50c and 60c
FANCY RIBBONS '
on sale at
5 to 5) in. wide. (57 pieces from which to select
Lndlcs $3.7G to $4. GO shoes ou sale at, pair fM.73
Not all sizes In Patent Leather, Oun Motnl ond Vlcl Kid
Odd and, Ends, but good J3.7G nnd $4. GO Bhoea nt
Mill End Calicos at ..-,- ""'c
Mill End Apron Check at, 4 yards for .' , IMc
Mill End Bleached Muslin, at, yard ..10c
1)1.1 AND HIT WALL STREET
HUND'S LP.ADINO FUUNISIIURS
YOU CAN BE SURE ABOUT
rnHERE'S ti lot of
jjv j, talk going around
about the bad con
dition of the clothing
market. Some are say
ing that on accolint of
the war.dyes are doubt
ful, all-wool fabrics are
hard to get, prices are
uncertain. But we're
not worrying, and you
needn't: Just leave it
t nnvrT t
' itlVJVlli v
Always a complete line
of Men's Furnishings
and Florsheiin Shoes,
Ci rrt "" kkiAcr & ui
MARTIN & SAY.E ",
J TJia horn oi Hut ScKiItw & Muz cloaVt'
to insure economic Independence nnd
to mnlntnlu American standards of
"Wo must conaorvo tho JubI Inter
ests of labor, realizing that In a dem
ocracy patriotism nnd n a 1 1 o n n 1
strength, must bo rooted In even
'Un preventing, ns we must, un
Just discriminations and monopolistic
practices we must still bo zealous to
Instlro the foundations or honest bus.
"Particularly should wo seek the
expansion of-foreign trade. Wo must
not throttle American enterprise hero
or abroad, but .rather promote t and
tako pride In honorablo achievements.
"we must vtoke. up thp serious
problems of tmuqiortatlon, of Inter
state and foreign commerce. In a
gonJIilo and candid manner, and pro
title! an enduring basis for prosperity
I)- tb.o Intelligent use of the constt-
' -t tonal powers, of congress, bo as
to adequately protect the public on
the one hand and on tho other to con
serve tho essential instrumentalities
"I stand for tho principles of our
civil service laws. In every depart
ment of government the highest ef
ficiency must bo Insisted upon. For
all laws and programs are vain with
out clllclont and Impartial administration.
"I can not, within the llmlte.of the
statement, Bpcak on all tho subjects
which will require attention. I can
only say that I fully tndorso tho plat
form you havQ.jdopted.
"I deeply appreciate the respon
sibility you Impose. I should hnve
been glad to have that responsibility
placed upon another, Rut I shall
undertake to meet It, grateful for
tho confidence you express.
"1 sincerely trust that nil former
differences may he forgotten and thut
wo mny have tho united effort In n
patriotic realization of our national
need and opportunity.
"I have resigned my Judicial omca
and nm ready to devote myself un
reservedly to tho campaign.
"CHARLES K. HUGHES."
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