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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1916)
TIIK REND HULLKTIN, rtKND, ORE., WEDNESDAY. JUNK 21, 1010
THE BEND BULLETIN
(Published Every Wednesday)
GEOIUJE PALMER PUTNAM
nonEirr W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELFLEN
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If an man eTer hsd cause to e
grateful to another, Carransa shuUid
he grateful to President Wilson f -tho
polio which resulted In pla "g
him In control of Mexican sffn'rs
Whatever we ma think of that , l
ley It must le agreed that this 1 .
been lis :eult Hut Carracw has tut
been gra-' 1 A growing arrows-
has Mirked his WAon-:nde a
VBrerBen, coupled with an uoi -ingns
or an inability to atted
the oralnsry police duties of the b--der.
Out of this the present w r
like eltua'ion has grewn.
If wa: .'self come It will nuan
tho ollmir-attcn of Carransa and pos
sibly a-- occupation of Mexico until
that unhaip country Is able to jot
em Itself and do its own police work
The job '.s our immediate White
Man's Hurden ' Though we n.a
think that tne mess Is Wilson's fSJli
thee outitrj will support the President.
Llle.- Weeklj potn s out that
Preside' Wilson in Ms speech at
Arllngto remeterv. served notu on
Vjitii(Mu mn of the conatrr that be
welwlll not be resporelble for copies Htendod ,,, pui them to the ac.d
tost" to iw )f they were willing to
. Make all check and orders pay
able to The Bend Bulletin.
WBONKRDAY. JUNK 21. 11.
fat their employees volunteer n r
federal t-slning Pros dliavhfs
report, that under a recent r ,1 1 1.
made by the Comptroller nt
Tronsar. Government clerks Ie
Ween not I fled that they eanno
RMntefi eti ae on pay to atv 1
military traln-ng camp Csn "
Oomntroll-r surd the "acid test"
Redmond Race Meeting
Harness and Running Races
Saturday, July 1, 1
T.iheral purses ha l ecn provided for three harness
races and two runri-. r'ees at the Redmond track on
Saturday July 1, be...ning promptly at 2 o'clock, p. tn
Kroc-for-AH Trot ur Pace.
Ut.10 Cl.is. Trot or Pace.
:l:t0 tin. Trot or Pare.
Itunnlni; JJ nml l Mile Kent nml Ralic.
The following sne-d horse have been secured for
thee race Hal Onwird and Baby Ross, of Prlneville.
Raixle Patch, of Stste-s Harvey Harris' big ch Onward
mare and Col. Lovela e. o' Redmond; Wonder Why and
Poedek of Rend, and . thers
AilmUliin 2.V fofr all jnTMins otcr 12 jenrs of ne.
And will the cits com tack"
M. THK SCHOOL MEETING.
' .Monday's school meeting suggests
fanasftber of thoughts which we are
,.eU for the consideration of our
" in tho flnt place tho delay la
'forilag the meeting was dleatTre
fal. Called for 10 o'clock it did not
feala lor nearly half cm hoar after-!
ward, thereby causing a considerable '
laws of Ume to tbooe who took the Teacher In IWn.l 1 1 lull .vliool Married
anaowacad hour of the meeting ser-
taaeir and were there pnncturJIy. '
That mo member of the school board i
In Walla Wall.i.
The wedding of Prank S
I eomtugreial teacher la the high
J school, and Mies Clara I.. Schrasse.
took piece on the evening of June
Kth, at the country home of the
bride, near Walla Walla. Washington
The weather 'eing favorable, an altar
of Horrent was arranged out of door. .
i Th brlital rhnru fmm !-,hnr'ii !
a to the diecoanosy of the WBS y b, tne w4,t er. l.)d-
BraeNoa. .f-ay minin o. i- ... ,a sr,,, ,Bee tt Dr1o ,ppe,r,
was In this number seeats eepeclal
ly wwiay of comment.
Those of u who have lived here
aa- leapth of time are well acquaint-
d with the Urdy habits of the town.
AVe thlak It about time that we all
Francis. Dnningo Amoiinto to $lllt),(KMi I'miii
lllc", .Maine llomrlofc-Hiitlne
l'nicrt) lotr)cl Little In-
ratice Carrlol Plnn Made.
(Oreatm Journal. )
lKEVIKW. Jane 1
The blBie started across the street
'i m the hotel and burned a distance
f four blocks, it originated st the
. me place as the bis Are wh'oi l-urn-eJ
I-akevtew's business section 16
With plenty of wtter and volun
teer help "he flames were kept from
spreading to other parts of the city.
A cow and a large number cf chick
ecs were burnetl to death.
WIPED ' Homeless families are lcfng cired
, for by friends and plans for rebuild
ing are now being made. No wooden
I buildings will he pormltted In the
burned area. Inatirance. on the ' lid-
ling does not total over $12,000
Inilixiilunl ljvf. l'hoil.
Individual losses were as follows
I I'mbaeh, 7066; Watson. J000;
Hunker laundry. 17000: Kuhl paint
store, J 1250: Fiek dental offices.
tt.060; Mlrlaa bakery. 11S0O. (Jet
ty studlc, JJ000: Duckvorth f cd
store. J2S0O: Telephone exchange.
H600: Snider 6pera house. ."' 00:
B. & M.. 2000; Rehart, (200:
A. I f f
Start making every dollar you spend bring its fullest re
ti -n your neighbor does why not you? Start doing nil
.ur trading at this store we'll save y u monoy on your
eery purchase. ,
Kili:.S I'.N'IOX SUITS In size from 31 to 4C at .. ..loc, ,10c
CIIILDREN'S SLEEVELESS VESTS At lO ami 13c
ME.V.S WORK SHOES At 2.00, 92.2.1, 2.7.1
ROY'S WORK SHOES At 9Ui:5,52.00,$2.2r.
HOY'h UNION SUITS At "c nml 7.1c
".,. Imh Percales, light colors, at " 10c
iv inch all Linen Crash, at 12)ic
Mill End Apron Gingham, 4 ytrds for 23c
I Ottfltor UBdrtaVlnir nr-tara f&AA.
XtmZu Z U ' J"JU.,to.," T".0' Cr? Ch,ff01 W.0CkJ, te "? "hf " n'CU stone works 1000 Mrs',
if swaup on ume. m4 ij. Uc irBg a shower of wiped oat la lose than aa hoar In a f.-rroi- minarl. .-0a
. .. .. bride's roees The ceremonv was MOO.aaa fire Friday aftersmaa. ;.'.!'". er, V,v"' ... I
ThO-ateMiaK saeat eonswraMe , . u . ... ' . -w " . . . ." " I" u" " neaiaaaee weeos are estimatea at:
1. . .! ... - ukl !. I " ' "v"' "" "I"'. !"- " prr. uus. lOicuou. - . H-.ll ((. ThuMr. IIAd.
m W WW.VH W, MW, ,,W . A .L
ivr IN IH
DM AXI l7 WALL STREET
BEND'S LEADINd FURNISHERS
THE FASTEST (IROWINfl STORE IN OREOON
--- - -
(jerman M. K. church, at chanpe, laaadry. a numbor of luel-
A kitl.. ... 1 ull t AKK
!g- . "" '." -I"!. .." ". do W,Uta W"a 0IV" th iwm'dtate, neas pieeos and nearly a dnoa resi-!fi"!."T!r!!-
F - 1 f relativas and a fewirteads wre p.e.,denee fell before the flames.
7Lm? e-M n.TI ,,. .hT w11 " ""r ,n' " r Many persons were severely burn
fjrtaa: to And that the school board . wli,.. ,. fW- ,.,.. ,. , Lj .u..- . .... .ui- L
- wv.s sw - veoeaaasaea v ( - Mfaaa t MS c INCH J" I' .
a ronaaee of college days In Wlllcm- among them Maor Harry Ro .-
ette Vnirersli). both bride aid who was prostrated b the heat :id
he aaally decided to carr out the
wfA f 11 voters espreiaed at the
Udaesaaar meetlna The six months
Malloy. 1000; Duaxaa. 12S00:
Frank I jibs, 4000: McKendree. 5.
000: Mrs. Hall. $J09.
The heat w-as so Intense thit win
dows a blo-k away from the fire xone
."T. ..i! , ,w .Hi,in belns prominent members of bed to be remoed to a hospitc
Wanana f fesk riA ka. Ia Imasha.v
prates at which available sMes are , nar- , ,,. ,,, Uiu a.ki I
M ha w. now have the beglaalag '" "2 ' i"?' " ?M
For sign painting see Edwards.
of cctloa watch will save the district
aar farther advances.
1V moct interaatlaK Idea la thU -- ' ,JL 'TI'Tli -i -
... w.- i. w . i, Te groom began the school ye. r
coawseuoa. however, is how ane it ,,., . , x.,. ..,
if we Might all take a!,-,. .' ij i ,.. nk.. ,u..
' coaiatereUI work of the Bend high
ai sjaMO uregon. waere ae was
very saecassfsl In this newly orga-'
alsed hrrnch of the school system.
later la the seleetloa of.
taaatiais. to lastraot oaiestsMrca as'
la la bMlldlaas ta house iheta.
school. Mr. sad Mrs. Francis wlU
Blak tJaaalp BHHuriAr hAMu in taUatsal
oacas ild that tls idea of vklr. ,h(ir n ,, !,.. , ,y,Mll
a aalrerstty M . lot with Mark frUnd, fll.P j,T l0.
Hoahlns sittlaa on ooe ead of it.
la ather words Mark Hepkias a a a
faatons aad wonderful teacher and
aaaaod aa iao halldiac to d his
teachlaa ta. aad the idea wight :
taken to heart here.
We pat loo math emparels stiiif
halattat and aot eaouah oa lui
aaae oa iastde After all It I 'n
Straatloa ahkh a child seeks in
ad If. for coatmerctal or an.
reasons the lastractloa i
tlfcahted we are wastinc our tax mon
ey aad stecllag from oar children
i vavitor la towa amy aot like the
of oar school building, bat if
ta laatracttoa t aood. "we should
wofTT" about the balldta.
KM that the dletrirt ha reached
a aaHt where uaasaol and import
sat (aaattoa are eoatina up for set-tleaaeat-
qaeatton oa which the
aaaajwu of the tax payer are want-
rijFr " be hUthly deelrsble if
rafapsseetlax coald te held at
ajMI place to live any who wish
It aadaaortualt to be present We
rra Sat so deladad as to suppoee
that with the interest shown la aub
Ite aaasttoas is Brad, aaleas thc
toaafc the pocket hook, people will
atahaa taaae atetiaa la say crest
aasajbars. Hut it -oaM be aa advaa
tiHH the school board mvetina
war aa held that aay who wish
Head, aad at least It would
the aewsaapers an opportualty
ta taara what wa Rotac oa aad rs-
aaft ta their rwsde-s.
Two haadrod aad fort) Ave thous
and atras of ataa timber. More acwa
of laad taaa are contained la the
stato Of Rhode IsUad Oter eea
aarat of aoor spare la their mills
tad aabatdlsry factories. A hundred
liltl of loaxtax railroad in the
hajiidjag Three quarters of a miitkn
doiatw tavastjad, la wilt aad atcre
wlllliiai la ttsaaar. Kaoagh men on
the ajurroU to make a pood I city
Wasmrh toaaaa la lawber aad sash
mmt ioiirt aad hex shook to support
a raaaartablo railroad system All
of this, mlad yoa. at the nrowrt and
Use neadact of oe corporatloa which
M and Head lie headquarters and
ta, la oftsaaaa.- with the other bt
loaal anarsiaaia. asselaK Head upon
toe laiawirrl ' waa as aae of the
gaast tsapartaat laasaar waaafactar
tec pefats a the West, laaeed has
it. . ,IUL.U . iu sMtssa War --t
hMMod! Truly thayAlilRaoa ras- f
oa ta taee the fatare with s&ilefse
(toa aad sar)t)V . -f
AMONG TRAVEL ROUTES
or the United States In
The three things that ctant
Most in making travel pleas
ant. Take advantage, of Low
Mound Trip Fare and so East
this summer ia the cool.,
smooth. RTaulte-cltMB UNION
I'AOIKIO. AsV lor "TOUR"
literature and the cost of a
)oaraey "back home "
lalon Pacific it the popular
In. tde a visit with your eas
ier a trip. Through Sleeping
Car Service direst to the 1'ark.
J. II. COIUIMTT, Agent.
A. I'. KGAN, 1. U. V 1. A.
R(H!ND HIP FARES
Kunu City . 0.tH
I I St. IauU . . . 71.20
I lkk.tosi..s. ,1IO.t0
New York . 110,70
The Dalles Sanatorium
tei.ei'iiom: li 4001
instlt i,i ns
THE DALLES, OREOON
lhn "intir'' Tf -TiaiBK In-tItM.n
WmftStMj lento ..11
lilt. I ltl 1 M1!! IS. S.iHttntcnlc .t
1T.I f I IrtSTf ..' I' ,.
Putting over a good thing
1 ! IK A
1 Jk ML MaVirvS?-
Making good clothes
isn'C so very different
from male ing other
things that are good.
It means using the best
materials aad putting them
Into the hands of the most
sklNffal workmen. You oan't
slight either ose and gel
gaad resalis nobody knows
that tetter thaa you do.
Hart Soaaffaer & Marx
are yar kind of clothes;
they're wade of the best ma
terials aad by the best work
men. Yoa can bay eheaper.
Clothes but )oa ean't buy
clothes that are lower prto
ed la the )oas ran.
We are ready to prave lc
Always a eowatete, Nae af
men's fwratsMags aad Hter
CraiiA t lUrt &U.u S Um
MARTIN & SAYE
TWc hoa a Hut ScWikt &. Mux dotK
W. H. Martin last Thursday night
at the Eagle's smoker, established
that he was a better man than any
10 sen in Bend on the mat. when
he pinned down the shoulders of 10
1 cat grapplers In a total time of 3$
minutes and 16 seconds. Martin
agreed, in making the bargain, that
he would put them all out of the
game In less than one hour. The vic
tims of Martin's holds and the time
he took to overpower them are as
follows. H. Llgatfoot. first fall, 13
sec, by Chancery and oar lock: sec
end fall in 5 seconds by same .hold;
Frank McKeehan. la 3 niln. 25 sec.
Chancery; Steve Steldl. 7 mln. 13
tec arm lock; Ira Illggerstaff, 3
rain. IS sec, oradle held; Alfred
Hunnell, 2 win. 20 sec., half Nelson;
1M11- Hensley. 9 rain. 13 sec., double
arm lock! Archie Melder. s mln. IS
fe3 chancery and lr. John Steldl,
2 mln. 10 see., cradle hold.
cry and experienced help that !.-t
been secured makes this a worth) en
terprise In Rend. ThU laundry v PI
be operated under the latest sanlu.rv
sstem known as the wet wash pro
cess whereby the laundry 1 was!.-'
extracted and returned ready r
drying, starching or Ironing-. T ?
process Is a big money and labor t, ,v
er for the housekeeper. Finished
work will also be solicited Ever
day service will be offered Adv V
FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT
See DICK TEe Tailor
All Kinds of
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Phone Bbck 14S1
Want Ads only ONE CENT a word, t
TRADES IX1R RANCH.
A. I- French tcday cloned a deal
with J. M, Patton. ot Eugene. In
which he traded acres of land near
Xagene for 10 acres of land under
the Tumasa irritation ;rvject.
Ladles' and Chllutcn's Sewing
of any kind.
Over R. W L. & P. Co. Offlco
WILLIAM TITU DIES.
William Thus, of Imperial, died
of Jaoopkssr last Frtdn at the Bend
Uoaaltal after a long illness. The
funeral was held on Ssturday after
nooa front the Nlswonger Undertak
ing parlors. Rev. F. W. Keagy, of
the Methodist church conducting the
WET WASH LAUNDRY TO OPEN '
The new laundn 'cing cens-ruct-'
ed will soon tie under operation Ow
ing to the fact tha trodern machin-
The second showing of the powerful serial.
Each one will be better than the previous one
lWs .sptvial Moving picture showing the' log-
&7xSn"co.s ras? THE siiev-
K-WxcTtW chr,ot,e B""8n- v,,aI
Hlrd1""1 KKYSTONE COMEDY. "A Otrd'a a
wi. ?JIt,,,fl nd loosely dramatic-flUn 0Q