Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1916)
TirE I1KND nUIJ.ETIX, BEND, ORE., AVKDNKSDAY, PECEMnEIt 0. 1010.
11 nils depl
tins hIx i
to tilt! li
at u 0
TO BE IMPORTANT.
gess, chairman, Pendleton, A. W.
Trow, Ontario; D. 0. Uurdlck, Iled
raond; W. L. Powers, Corvalllsj J.
I'. Holland, McEwnn; Porter J. Neff,
Medford; C. C. Clark, Arlington.
National Reclamation Conferonco
Committee 0. Laurenard, chair
man, Portland; H. W. Card, Madras;
Asa 11. TliompBon, Echo; O. C. Let
ter, Portland; J. T. Hlnkle, Hormla
ton. LcKlslatlvo Commltce W. Lair
Thompson, chairman, Lakcvlow; Jay
II. Unton. Prlnovlllo; James m. Kyio,
Stanflcld; O. C. Lelter, Portland; C.
I). McConnell, Ilurns.
EVOLUTION OF A SENATOR.
Members of LcKMntiire Will He In-
lted to Attend Proposition to
ltrt No IirlKiitlon Luw Will
lie Up for DNcuhslon.
LAW NOW EFFECTIVE
Whnt Is expected to be the most
Important conference ever held by
tho OroBon Irrigation Congress will
ho tho convention to bo hold In Port
land, Jnnuary 4, C and 0.
At that tlino It Is hoped to assemble
nil members of tho Oregon legisla
ture and to Invito them to attend tho
meetings ond to toko part In tho pro
ceedings. Thu program will present
mattcra or gravest Importnneo lu tho
development of, Oregon as u statu,
nnd wilt cover othur subjects tnan
tboso of Irrigation. This will bo
dono because of tho conentlon Im
mediately proceeding tho meeting of
thu Oregon legislature nt Salem.
Approximately COO delegates nro
expected to bo In iiti'iidniito, clear
thlnklng men who ore giving earnest
consideration to development prob
lems. AmoiiK the big propositions will
lie u session duvoted to consideration
of thu construction of tho Oregon,
California & Hasten) Hallway
through Central Oregon. Tho Stra
horn project will bo presumed by tho
president or thu company, Hubert E.
Strahorn, and It Is expected that tho
congress will develop menus where
by thu communities of tho statu may
got buhlnd this great enterprise.
Another proposition of tremendous
Impurtniiro will bu a proposal to re
vise tho Irrigation laws of tho stato.
It Is deemed necessary that Oregon
. should have Federal aid, nnd to get
f It, tho lawu must bu changed to con
iform to Eedornl requirements. An
ijf other cliaugu Is said to bu needed In
order to inako Irrigation district
bonds acrrptnblo to eastern buyers.
At luast ouo session of thu con
gress will bu devoted to a discussion
of new Federal legislation that may
bo recommended for the aid of Ir
rigation. Another will bu given to
papers on "Irrigation Practices," by
practical farmers niul engineers.
With mos( of thu niomhuis of tho
leglslatuio In Poitlnud, it Is easily
Imagined that thu congress will fur
nish tho first big debate in advaiico
of tho opening of the leglslaturo.
C. C, Chapman has accepted thu
appointment fiom Piesldciit J. W.
llrower to nmitigo the program for
thu convention. Hu experts to nil
nouiieu thu lUt of spuaKeis very
1 '1'ho Oiegon li ligation Congrowi
has H(inii) mighty eredltublo work to
Its ei edit. It was lespoiiHlblo for tho
(instruction of tho Tuiiialo project,
and tho stmu)H made by thu statu
on the Deschutes, Hllvur l.aku mid
Malheur projects, as well ns for much
of thu present code or laws. Tho
coining sixth annual ((invention Is
expected to rato with any pievlous
In the minds of many li ligation
iMs, a way must bu found for ex
tending thu benefits of thu ltural
Credits law- of the statu and nation
to Irrigation projrots. Thu matter
Is going to hu forced before thu con
sideration of (lit) cougiesH.
Thu congress will concludo with
a Imuuiiot ut, thu Poitlaud Chamber
ol Commerce, all delegates mid niom
huis or tho leglslatino being guests
or that body.
Tho ollliers or thu congress are
J, W. Ilrowor, pumldent, Thu Dalles;
Honey DuArinonil, Ileml, A. I). An
durson, .Madras, ( ( Clark. Arling
ton, vlfii presidents, and Fred N.
Wallace, Tumult), seeietury.
Thu following toiiinitteus will lmu
Inipoitant repuits to submit o the
Crook County Will Pay for Itublilts
and Hugo Huts.
Tho rodent bounty law went Into
effect December 1. It provides that
every Bugo nit or rabbit killed In
tho county after that date shall bo
paid for by tho county upon pre
sentation of not less than fifty scalps
at ono tlmu, to tho county clerk,
with tho proper affidavits concerning
where, when nnd by whom they were
Tho rabbits will bo pnld for by
tho clerk at tho rato of flvo cents
onch and thu rats at two and one-hair
cents. Thu law nays that the "scalp
and ears" must bu presented to tho
clerk for mounty, and thoy must bu
not more than four months old, also
that they must bu killed after thu
datu on which thu law goes Into ef
Heavy Snowitormi Often Cauie Dent
and Twitted Trunks.
To the pet son who Is not versed In
foiest lore the grotestpieb bent tree
trunks that nie to bo found lu almost
all woods ii o mjstlfylni.', nnd wonder
Is often aroused as to the cause.
Foresters will (ell questioners that In
thu case of trees In mountainous conn
tiy nnd other sections where the snow
fall Is heavy the weight of snow Is re
ipuiisllilu In most Instances for the
tpieer twists they assume.
When n tico Is joung the weight of
snow that falls on Its branches often
bends tho trunk over until It is flat
tened to the ground. Hometlmes It Is
burled under six or eight feet of snow
and held In that position so long thut
when wann weather comes tho trco
fails to spring bnck Into Its normal po.
Tho summer sun cnucs tho tip of
thu young tree to turn upward, nnd If
It mannges to withstand tho weight of
the snow of tho next whiter that por
tion of the tree will, as a general rule,
continue to grow In u normal way.
"Hnlrplu" bends nuJ other odd shapes
A curious tree stands on the top of
Tunnel hill, Johnstown, I'll., about four
tulles from town. It Is n sugar maplo
about 100 j ears old. which has pro-
longed Its own Ilfo by grafting n
In audi into a much younger tree.
Popular Science Monthly.
VAMPIRE BATS OF PERU.
These Dloodsueklnn Animate
On the inoi nlntf after our arrival nt
San Miguel, bridge (Peru) tho pack
liiules nearly nil showed Hood blotches
on their withers nnd batl.s, wticre the?
hud been attacked dining the night by
vampire b.U s which hud fed on their
blood. Tills bat. PcHiiodiis ruttiiidus,
Is plentifully dUtilbuted throughout
Peru lu altitudes beluw 10,000 feet.
It Is one of the most highly special
Iretl spedesof existing lints The lower
Jnw Is decidedly uiiderhhot. and the
head, with Its short cropped cms and
broad inuzle, has a strikingly bullilog
appearance. Tho legs are well devel
oped and rather heavy, enabling the
animal to move fairly rapidly on tho
giound, lu which situation It Is by no
means thu shuHllug, helpless creature
IIUu many ether bats. If molested when
thrown to the ground It will turn ami
Tho teeth arc n highly mutinied cut
ting nppniutus fur making Incisions In
the sklus of iiiiiiuuiiiIh nnd birds.
In habits they nro sociable nnd nro
commonly found lMug lu ones or tun
nels, suspended from tho celling In
clusters often of Iiiiiuciiko kIc Na
tional Geographic Magurliie.
eoiigriwa: y0T (nrm jamj jl)tt !tf t00 ,i.
HxeoutUo committee J X Ilur- torvlco. Adv
THE AMERICAN BAKERY
is running on the principles of giving the best grade
of goods thai money can buy.
We are receiving ortleis every day for Christmas cakes,
ami we guarantee every cake that leaves our store to
be of the best quality.
We have just received a large shipment of Park Jc
Til ford's high grade chocolates direct from New York.
Come in and try them. t .
We are looking forward to a large ice cream trade for
Christinas ami want you orders as we make all kinds.
The American Bakery
iljuey A: Oliver Phone Black HI
Hie Ca.-eer Briefly 8ketched From Baby
Prior to election n futmo United
States senator Is meek nnd lowly. He
Is not n verso to holding bubles or four
aces, as tho environment may demand,
while campaigning for votes. Ono may
safely slap him on tho back without
fear of rebuff. Before the last precinct
Is counted ho seems to know Ids suc
cess, for tho senatorial candldato stiff
ens, duns his black clothes nnd a fresh
collar nnd begins to practice a digni
fied stride for future uso on Pciinsyl-
vanla a Ten no Ilables and Jnckpots
hue lost their alluring possibilities; no
longer does hu tolerate fnmlllailty; ho
Is as patronizing as a rooster who
scratches worms for tho hens and then
cats them before his United guests ur
rite. Seated lu u nlcho of tho hnll of con
gress tho new senator feels as though
he should peer through a mleiocopo
to niako sure ho Is there, but confiden
tial letters sent to the editor of tho
Jutnpoff Ilreezo tell how ho Is prepar
ing n bill athocatlng tho irrigation of
Sagebrush valley; also how he Is work
ed to death by other senators asking
favors of him. As n school for fiction
wrltcis the United States senate has
all other correspondence schools lashed
to the mast.
Many senators fall to receive just re
ward at tho conclusion of their maiden
royuge through the troubled congrcs
slonal waters probably because tho law
Is no strictly enforced ogulnst murder
Hal per s Weekly.
Slip a few Prince Albert
smokes into vour system!
You've heard many an earful about the Prince Alhnrf
patented process that cur's out bite and Darch and lets vnn
smoke your fill without a comebackl Stake vour bank roll thnt
ii proves out every nour or tne day.
Prince Albert has always been sold
without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality !
There's sport smoking a pipe or rollincr
your own, but you know that you've got
to have the right tobacco! We tell you
Prince Albert will bang the doors wide
open for you to come in on a good time
firing up every little so often, without a
ike your bank roll that
the national joy smoke
regret! You'll feel like your smoke past
has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot
back up for a fresh start.
Grand Canyon Rocki,
In tho veiy bottom of tho Grand can
yon llo tho dark, Inconspicuous rocks,
mostly tough crystnlllno grnnlto gneiss
and schist, tho oldest in tho ciwiyon
and among tho oldest In tho world
They were lu part deposited as sands
and muds in n hen. In part accumulated
ns lau Hows and In part Intruded be
nciith tho surface us molten rock. All
these imitoiliils became BOlldlfletl, and
later they wcto slowly heaved and
ciiimpled Into mountains, which weie
In tlino worn down by lain, rivers nnd
perhaps tho waves of tho sea to a near
ly lei el laud surface. This surface
Anally sunk beneath tho sen and be
camo tho Hour on which fresh t-edl
incuts began to accumulate. Twice at
least was this mighty cyclo repeated In
tho Grand canyon region.
A Polite Doubt.
A fond parent was telling Oliver Her
ford of tho really bright icmark of her
Herford was much Impressed.
"How old did jou say little Lena Is?"
"Only three," answered tho mother
"Do you know," said tho humorist
solemnly, "I lun c n suspicion that some
times these children llo about their
age." McCIurc's Magazine,
Wood Pulp Silk.
Artificial silk manufactured
wood put) for which several kinds of
California timber uic suitable Is used
nuniinlly lu this country to the amount
of 7.000,000,000 pounds. It Is utilized
principally lu the manufacture of mil.
llnery, sweaters iiud hosiery.
She Hero's n woman who got mar
ried, deserted her husband and eloped
all In one day. He What delayed her?
St. I.ouls Post-nispaUh.
Overstayed Hit Market.
"What, broke? Why, tho last tlmo I
saw you jou told mo jou wero on the
road to fortune."
"So I was, but 1 went pnst my stn
lion." lloston Tinnscrlpt.
Kindness In us Is tho honey thnt
blunts tho sting of unklndncss In an
Want Ads only ONI3 CKXT a word.
V II I Hu
S7 You swin8f on this say-so like it was a tip to a M
7msSSiS thousand-dollar bill 1 It's worth that in happi- df
& iifiS neSS nd contentment to you, to every man ffj
nfeSmSuluWRlHrlSl -rrrrrn who knows wnat can be fJ
MSSmSi II rtrttfwSKl, gotten out of a chummy
Bl I IB Ml MS WBSSSBSk immy Pipe or a makin's
II f fll IBilMlSlI Prince AIbert for
I W WL lfWraMMll 1 "Dackini?"! J
ami i Avmmmmmim8SSis&3i.vi
ml I 111 1 HHIlMffiMlffilBffllOWffjSotBl' M R.J.lrTNnil)tTnairrnrn .Sf
t ii i wmimmFKfflmgm "3rar
U i h KW!wJSStfW MVWQcmV,,fOYVvram thui !. jTf-f
i . ggewsHi mvp,vr-VcpwrA?M3m "j ?,'""' rzr
u.m ii hsrlw i?Sfti sr
(tmwmm mmisA AWtrsttWJ7.uotw ra
mm 4I -. .'
ecu un, ana
fcl. every Prince.
Albert natUas ...
a real mtmr in..,.
feadi Prora po..a
JulrSOth. 10O7.M Th.t...
that tho United StateiOovrra
ment haa cranted nain . ..
procet by which Ptlnc Altxtt I,
made, And by which tontum Mim .-
Ihrosl ptrth tn cut oull Bvnr-
Prince Albert awaiting yta
I wwr (cu pagi, scitldr
red Una, 10c; handiom.
pound and half pounl
tin humldori and la
that clever cryiul.
tobacco In auch
Chip of the Old Block.
"Thcro goes n inllllonnlre who brags
about his sou to everybody who will
"evidently tho youpi; fellow Is not
like tho average heir to great wealth."
"Xo, Indeed. The old gentleman tfas
trimmed lu the stock market last week,
and when ho discovered that his own
son had turned tho trick hu was tho
proudest man In the Unjted States."
Hank Odlclal Itccommciuls Them
T. J. Norrell, vlco president of tho
Bank of Cottonwood, Tox., writes:
"I havo received relief nnd recom
mend Foley Kidney Pills to any ono
who has kidney trouble." Kldntr
troublo manifests Itself in mtny
ways In worry, by aches, palm.
sornncsg, stiffness, and rhoumatlim
Sold ovorywhero. Adv.
Think of This.
"Found an honest man yet?"
"Hun nertsi n phenomenon today
that interested mu almost as much. A
lady giving up housekeeping was run
ning aiotiml dying to lliul u situation
for a good cook." Louisville Cornier
How They Love Each Other.
Agues (juwnlug) Oh, dear, I feel to
day as If I were thlity jears oldl
Marie Why, what havo you been do
ing to lejuvenutu jourself? lloston
A Fine DUtlnctlon.
"Is her husband 'n medical man?"
"No. I think he's Just a specialist, or
bomethln'." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
on Roller Skates
Funnier Any Time Than 11 Mask Ball.
This is something new. A laugh every
round. Something you will greatly enjoy
Get Your Costume Ready Now
FOR AN EVENING OF FUN
Friday Eve. Dec. 8
Ho Just and fear not. Let all the
ends thou almest at be thy country's,
thy Clod's and ttuth's. Sbukuspoaie.
The Peoples Store
IN THKI.a'HV Jll'U.DINO, OH KG OX AVKXl'tt, I1EXD
Wo hnvo been upon for business about a week Moro
than one lady has loturued hor Fall co.it to tho mall
oidar house and bought ono nt our storo Tho must bo
a rotisoii. Our Suits and Goals boar your closest Inspec
tion they hno snap vigor and ehurni. Wo show all
tho uouost, up-to-thu inlnutu effects at popular price
Ladies'-Coats $7.50 and up
Ladies' Suits and Dresses $7.50 and up
Tho Sale of Ladles Wnlata has surpassed our fondest
expectations. Wo nro showing an uudluss variety.
Percale Waists .! 50c
Sateen Waists :... y 75c
Lingerie Waists ! 75c, $1.25, $1.50
Voile Waists $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Crepe de Chine, Georgette and
Taffetas ,,.$3.75, $ 1.50, $5.00, $6.00
Wo nlijo wiry vonipletAi stjok of Ladies" and Children's
UiitUjrwonr and Hosiery, Fuinuletto Gowns ami SleupcrB.
Lndltw' and MIsso.' Middles, Sweaters and Klmonaa lu
fact ttvuiythiug for tlm l.ndlos and Chtltlruii In Heady.
The Peoples Store
IN TMK LA HA UllLIUXU. OHEPOX AVKXUB, BEND
You'll enjoy it immensely.
Admission for everybody 10c
Gentlemen Skaters 40c
Lady Skaters and Children 25c
TO BE CIVEN lor BEST CHARACTERS
LYTLE and RIVERSIDE
' Our Buyers Are Treated Right.
See JOHN STEIDL, SftKB
T""i i n"ftn T11wlial Him.nrjK ii
.,ii.i n-,,1 an.ir.aii iwni ! i iMLihimn m