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Tim REND BULLETIN, RENO, ORE., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1010.
The Bend Bulletin
(Published Ecry Wednesday.)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
ROBERT W. SAWYER
, KURD A. WOELFLEN
' An Independent ncwspspor stand
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ness, clean politics nnd tho best In
torcHts of Head and Central Oregon.
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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 19 16.
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES
Not because ho 1b tho nominutcd
standard bearer of an historic party;
nn hnrnuHo he BtandB for sound po
litical policies and tried economic
principles; not because ho has held
high oluco with unsullied credit, do
we ndmlro Charles EvaiiB Hughes,
and wholo-souledly hope that ho will
bo tho next president of tho United
Kor nono of Hiuho reasons alone
has ho been called upon In a great
crisis by tho people of the country,
but bucauso Mr. Hughes Is, nnd al
ways has boon, a fearless champion
of tho siiuara deal. In public, prlvuto
ami commercial life.
Ho Is honest and ho Is fearless. Ho
Is too much of a student nnd thinker
over to bu thrown off Ills balance by
passion, HUbturfugo or mero expedi
ency; nnd, fortunately, ho Is far too
much of u man of action over to be
come a word-mongciring political
weathorvnno, blown hither nnd yon
In tho vacuum of his own erudlto
utterances while an observing world
Mr. Hughes has not been n poli
tician. His pulillc successes havo
been marked by tho opposition of
organized politics. As Insuranco In
vestigator and governor ho fought
Mm way Into public esteem simply
through his downright honesty nnd
ability. Ho has worked never for
his own selfish Interests, but nlwayH
for tho people's, IIIh record Is clear
nnd clean. His hands aro tied by
no one. Ho Is n freo agent of wldo ex
perience, umiuestloned capacity and
Tho rd-iinlliMl Republican party,
nnd all those men and women who
rant their ballots with no great re
gard for partisan lines, 11ml In Mr.
Hughes n man for whom thoy can
voto with sincere personal satisfaction.
lots to continue Mr. Duffy on the
bench In this district.
Tlmro aro two other offices con
nccted with tho administration of
tho laws for which local men nro
candidates on tho nomination of tho
whole county, H. H. Do Armond for
district nttorncy. and a. u. uoucrw
for sheriff. Iloth havo had experi
ence in work of tho same nnturo as
that of tho offices to which thoy
nsplro and ns local men should re
ccivo a full mcasuro of local support.
A REAL HUOHE3 PAPER.
Whenever a cnndldrto 13 success
ful, a host of "original" supporters Is
sure to nppecr. Tho I-told-ou-he-
would-v.in boys, and tho l-was-t!:o-guy-who-dlBcovered-him
to tho surface like a school of por
For a couple of years there has
been "Hughes talk ' Horo and thero
all over tho country citizens nnd
newspnpors have discussed him as
a. presidential possibility. Tho
whispers that he was tho desirable
Republican candtdr.to grew outspoken
In many quarters months before tho
far-ronchlnff public sentiment crys-
tallzcd which finally forced his nomi
nation at Chicago.
And It Is pleasurable to lccnll that
Oregon really can number herself
an "original" Hughes state. Because
our primaries cimo first, we were
glvon the chanco to show the popu
lar demand for Hughes at tho polls.
Oregon's action had a big effect In
bringing to a focus tho national de
sire for tho present Republican staud-
Hut long beforo thoso fateful pri
maries a great Oregon newspaper
blnzed a bright trhl for Hughes.
When tho nnmc of tho Supremo
Court Juetlco was scarcely considered
as n serious presidential possibility,
(ho Portland Oicgonian openly and
actively championed his cause. It
preached Hughes and It urged
Hughes, It wnB among the very first
great ('milieu In tho country to volco
Its enthusiastic approval of tho man
who probably will bo tho next presi
dent of tho United States. And for
Its courngo and foresight Tho Ore
gonlan nnd Kb editor, Edgar II. Plpor,
desorvo credit nnd thanks from tho
Hughes suppnrtcrH of tho Went.
u. , ,
while community llko Rcud wants
and needs ao It grows up.
Specialized tind Bklllod I.-.bor, like
printing, In confined qunitois, with n
big drain upon eyo, brain nnd nerve,
la entitled to tho sho-'t day. Other
employments, less exacting, can pros
por no longer hours. Indeed, thoic
aro many enterpiltos which could not
exist on tho short day basis and
whoio there Is no need or Justifica
tion for change.
Thero Is n fast-growing sentlmont
In this country for n non-partisan
Judiciary. Character and profes
sional ability aro coming to be rec
ognized I) h tio only proper qualifica
tions of our Judicial olllcors. What
their politics may bo In a non-essential.
This Met was recognized by
Governor Wlthycombo, a Republi
can, when ho appointed T. E. J.
Duffy, a Democrat, as Judge of tho
Circuit ('milt In this district. Tho
governor' choice Is good enough for
us und wo tlieiuforo urge thnt tho
voters of this district cast their bal-
Commencing on Novombor first the
working day In tho shop of Tho Uulle
tln will be reduced to eight hours,
Llko most printing establishments
In smaller towns our shop hns worked
a nlno hour day In tho pnst. Hut
Ilcnd Is emerging from the small
town class, nnd Tho llullctln's plant
can no longer bo compnrcd with the
usual country newspaper's "print
shop." And because tho town is
modern nnd tho plant is modorn, wo
want its methods to bo the modem
methods of fairness to employees.
Tho change la mado voluntnrlly.
Wo do It becnusu wo bollovo It will
bo best for tho men who produce
Tho Uulletln and tho output of its
printing plant. "What will bo best
far Its employees, so long ns It Is
ronsonnble and economically possible
Is best for n business.
This Is not philanthropy. It Is
simply n forward Btop In what we
bollovo to bo wlso business progress.
Tho v.-nge-cost of our products niny
Increase boiuewhnt, but tho returns
in satisfaction will offset It. And
satisfaction menno good woik nnd
quick wo:k and a reputation for
fairness Which Tho Uulletln bollovea
will help mako it the kind of a worth
while Institution which n worth-
WHICH WAY DOES O
THE WIND BLOW
It's prcty htird to tell
in polities these days; but
where the "weather man"
is concerned, you can be
sure of one thing: WHICH
EVER WAY it BLOWS, its
bound to be COLD.
Hart Schaffner& Marx
are the best you ean wear
stylish, warm, comfort
able. Our MACK IN A WS
are the warmest. Prices
ranging from $5.00 up.
Hoys' suits are the latest
rank high at the top.
New shipment of LOG
GKUS' SHOES just in.
WE MOVE INTO OUR NEW HOME io the O'KANE BLDG. THIS WEEK
MARTIN & CASHMAN
, ' ' The home el 1 iut SKiixi & Mm clothn
J0L?1 . iM"
HARD ON NEWSPAPERS.
Tho paper situation is becoming
more and more sorlouB. Newspaper
publishers nnd printers are facing a
problem which the public is slowly
awaking to. Paper prices have
soared, and continue to soar, to un
heard of heights. Where the end
will bo no ono knows.
Nowcpapei cuch as Tho Bulletin
uses has more than doubled In price
within tho year. And It still goes up.
Throughout tho country publications,
largo .and small, ore trying to cut
down 'their paper consumption nnd
havo been forced to ralso their ad
vertising rates and often their sub
Here is a characteristic comment
appearing In Loslles for Optobcr 5:
"The panic la the nowspaper
market continues. All over this
country, little newspapers aro In a
death strugglo or going down under
tho burden of paying twlco ns much
for their paper as they paid a year
ago. Many nro saving themselves by
Increasing their subscription price.
Tho one-cent papers In all tho largo
cltlco nro finding the panic prices of
nowsprlut n heavy handicap. An
offort is being mado rll along the lino
to lessen tho number of pnges, cut
off free coplco, and lake nwny tho
rotuin prlvllego from newsdealers.
All this Is in tho right direction.
Tho newspapers have been giving too
much for the money received."
Colonel Hnrvey, discoverer and
oponsor-ln-chlef for Woodrow Wilson
hns become disgusted with the prol
dent ho helped make. Even loyal
Col. Clcorgo has given up In dcspnlr,
and Is out openly urging voles for
Twonty-four pupils havo boon pro
moted half n grade. Thoy nro: Stella
Claypool, Ray Ilabcock, Edna Fox,
Helen Tweet, Everett Hanks, Aman
da Anderson, Charles Corkett, Ar
leon Johnston, Konnoth Gales, Kon
noth Moody, Duncan McKay, Sydney
Horstmnn, ncsslo Smith, Lois Cobb,
Forn Allen, Oscar Eng, Leonard
Oovo, Franklyn Toomoy, Sylvn
Tethorow, Francis Olds, Robort In-
m MU.-mil&Jll nMm mAk oil
Vw County CominlHslonor'
II. J. OVKRTURK ' '
Presont Incumbent and Jtopubllcan
GEO. 8. YOUNH
Xon-PiirtNiui Cniiillilnlo for County
Simeyor of CrM)k County.
H. H. Do ARMOND
Regulnr Republican nominee for
Kor Crook County Adv tf
Ji:). T. RALDWIN
Ciiuilldato For State Senator
Crook, Jefferson, Kir math and Lnko
Tho Interests of All tho People
Special Privileges to Nono.
We Invite You to
Shop at Our Store
It is a woman's privilege to "shop" before buying her new fall coat, and we urge you
to exercise that privilege here. Come in and examine the fine garments we have
selected for your approval. Try them on. Learn the really moderate prices. And
then and not until then decide whether we shall have your coat order or not-'
Will appeal to you, we know, because of their smartness, their refined yet sturdy
construction, their grace of line and their beautiful materials.
But the prices will appeal to you most of all.
Here is the coat you want, at the price you wish to pay.
We have Classic Coats from ' $10.00 to $50.00
Briqg the little ones with you. You will be just as proud of their appearance in a
Classic Coat as you are of your own.
Girl's Coat $3.50 to $10.00
R. M. SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY
THE FASTEST GROWING STORE IN THE STATE
gemnn, Dlanch Hayes, Robert McKco
and Attn Oswalt.
A pretty banner will bo presontcd
to tho grndo room that has an at
tendance rocord of 98 per cont or
over each month. Four rooms won
banners for tho first month: Miss
Esbensen's. Mrs. Davidson's, Miss
Nolllo Paulson's nnd Miss Stolla Pat-
tlson's. vNoxt Monday n silk ting, tho
Stars and Stripes, will bo put nt tho
door of tho room that has tho high
est por cent or attendance in tno
Rold school. It will stny thero un
til some other room wins It.
Now pupils, win a banner and watch
for the Hag.
CONCERNING JACK RAIUMTH
Brothers, Ore.. Oct. 28. 1910.
To tho Editor:
Tho peoplo of tho High Desorl
country wish to glvo a little Informa
tion to tho votors ot nona in regard,
to tho rnbblt bounty proposition and
express their desire for tho support
of tho Pond people
This is a very good movomont ror
tho reason that tho rabbits aro hav
ing n very dnamglng effect on tho
country In gencrnl. Tho crops and
ran go nro being destroyed by thoso
rabbits. Many tons of hay and acres
of grnss are being eaten by these
MR. AND MRS. VERNON CASTLE. IN
The Whirl of Life
Bend Theatre, Saturday Only
MRS. M. L. DERSTINE. Milliner.
vihe to announce that the will loon
move into the room now occupied by J.
Ryan & Co. on Wall Street near Oregon
with a new and line line of
Mrs. M. L. Derstine
posts annually. Many a rancher and
homesteador is completely disgusted
with tho county for this very slmplo
reason. That is. the Jack rabbit.
This ranch country has helped In
a way to mako Rend what it Is and
in return tho ranchor and discour
aged homesteader asks that tho
peoplo of this fast growing town of
Ilcnd help mako and dovclop this
great country ot tho futuro by vot
ing for tho jack rabbit bounty for
Crook county. Wo will havo to pay
n tax for this causo. Rut what If
wo do? It is a good proposition and
all should bo Interested. Lot us all
work together nnd help this to carry.
Moro crops will bo produced nnd bar
vested. Tho stock on tho range nlll
do bettor. Thus better times for all
tho peoplo in general, better satisfied
ranchers and Bottlers.
Tho county should go forward In
stead of backward. This Is ono or
tho things that will help to boost It
along. E. E. "VAIICO.
VOCAL .MI'S I O.
Mrs. Franklin Thordnrsnn will be
pleased to meet thoBO desiring to take
lessons in vocal music. River Ter
TO-NIGHT AND THURSDAY
"Island of Regeneration"
FEATURING EDITH STAREY
Beit picture over uliown in Rend. This fflm is replete
with fino bentlineni, wonderful scenery and supberb acting.
Admission 10 and IS cents.
"The Scarlet Runner"
A wow nnd startling tU-cliapter serial, with keen iItunt
Uoih nnd marvelous action. Every chapter coniplcto.
New actors for every chapter.
A rich, Kjiicy, Mrletly humorous Tom and Jerry comedy.
Featuring the charming und keen MARGARITA CLARK.
Tio.reel Kej stone Comedy.
Ilostwlek Animal Feature, "THE TRAP," with Win.
SIXDAV AND MONDAY
I'lMlurlng VIRGINIA PEARSON, the modern Cleopatra.
Something htiiitlj modern will be uncovered in thLs
The Dream Theatre