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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1917)
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Sports Loom Up
SHRINER TO ERECT
ii:.vi ATiii.irnc n.un wii.i.
IIAVIC 7fK)0 JHIMi: COU PIIO
5IOTION t).' rJIOlWrlHIONTtl.
HI'OltTH IIKHT KQUII'.MI.NT.
Having In vlow lo cwpoimn thn
rnuin ot professional prl In Bund
-mid to build Oils (own Ui iih nil nth
Jntlr center, 0. W. Hlirlnur has prn
jmhiimI l erect a mtw iwo Btory brick
gymnasium on tint property at tlm
jonr of tlm Hippodrome, tlio cost of
which will approximate 17600. Act
ing upon Mr. Hhrlner'a suggestion.
"W I., Dnufllah, ho Iiiih htiou iilllvo
In t1in promotion of profntwloiinl
aporla In llend, under the iih inn of
tlio Bund Athletic Club, yesterday
an (I today nuIUIod 00 locnl iniin, who.
Iiy thulr algnnlurori to u petition, have
taUtin memhonihlp '" Iho rlnli. Mr.
Doudlah will try to Kt ISO iiium-
Tlm nlructtiro which It In proponed
o ho hullt will tm 40 by B0 feet.
Tlm first tlnnr will ho laUnn up with
thn gymnasium room whlnh will hn
tnoilurnly equipped with gymuaHlum
upparntu. dri'imlng rooiiiN, Incknra
nml hot noil colli water Hhowers. Tlm
ecoud floor will Ihi taken up with u
largo social rooui, hllllnnt noil pool
-larlora, card room ami library, which
-will Imi nuppllril with tlio latest pur
It I Mr Douillnh'N belli-f that nvl
drnro of tlio popularity of profi
uliitml report shown by attendances
Ml tho smokera whlrh tlio IIhiiiI Ath
letic Club hriM staged pol n I to tint
jermiiiit'iir of such events here, ami
Jin says h will ko the limit to main
tain u high standard of hIIiImiIc per
formance If the town denlr It.
DeflnlM' announcements relative
tto building aro nxperted next week
CLOSE MATCH ROLLED
JN HOWLING LEAGUE
IlliillHln Tcniu Tiiki Two Out of
Ttins- OnmcN I'nim Ihn Hholln-
In nno of thn moil climly roiitontpil
mialchmi ot thn iieaiinn. tlm I loud Ilul
Irtln tnain won two Ramoa out of
hreo from Tlm Hlinvllu-lllxoii Com
pany iulutettn. on tlm Cnrmody al
lnyn, In thn city lea Run lait uUht.
Total talllna for tlm nvttnlur woro
23S3 to 3347. Tlm nroro:
flayer I at 2d 3d Total
.riwunnou . . m ICA 128 427
lli-lidnrnon . 146 1C4 141 4 SO
llnuer 144 14ft 143 43(
HliH.hr 170 146 137 462
JMtiH-h .. . 171 Z46 167 6S3
Total . ... 704 807 71fi 1347
ritchll 13 14(! 164 4S3
OrmiHly 179 176 194- 648
Att.na.Hi. . .146 161 166 461
Tttrrtill 146 127 130 402
i:-.tt 183 1K7 138483
Total . . 836 7fifi 781 2382
Ren J, Ityan & Co., for farm land
Boo KdwardH for papor ImnKlrJK.-AUv
Three Stores Burglarized,
Woman Scares From Fourth
Aa n reaction from tho moral wave
vhlch haa been prevailing In Ilend
ror-tliH last month, three local mer
antllo establishment worn broken
Into onrly thl morning, and an at
tempt m a do to burglarize, a third.
Indication aro that all four Inci
dent had n common origin.
Tho II, P. Bmlth grocery, War
ner' storn and tho (I, W. Hor
ner general cash atoro, worn entered,
but theft of small amount of niiir
.huiidlao comprised tho grontor part
of tho Ion. Only u few dollara In
hhIi worn takun. An nttompt mndo
to outer tho Ooldon Ilulo Htoru wiih
fruslruted by Mrs, K. Pearl, who
heard tho burglar ntteniptlug to open
n window ut 3:10 o'clock thla morn
lug Hliu nroHit, opuuod tho door,
and thn tnnraudor Imipoil from u lad
der uud fled.
Mr. Pnurl la tho only ono In Bund
tia far iih Ih known, who uaw tho
thief ut any tlmo, Bho doHcrlbiiH him
ii short uud heavy ant, wearing u
inaokluiuv coat, II. Itnlngold, pro
prietor of tho utoro, nnd Mr. Peiirl
woro nloiiplug In ronmu In tho roar of
tho utoro, hut tho burglar had gono
liy tho tlmo thuy could got to tho
liocnl Tnlent HiiNpiHted.
Motliods ot ontrnuro at imch ot
throo Htoroa outored allowed ntna
lourlsh work, Chief of Pollco Nixon
ilecliiron, uuil ho la Inallnod to attrl
liuto tho hurglarloa to local tnlont,
In addition to tho doscrlption gvon
BURNS SIGNS UP
match wn.ii in: hciii:dui,i:i
i.niikh al'hi'mi:h oi bund
ATiiMrnc ci.t;n mahcii id
HCIIOKIj TO KIHHT (JIMIKItT.
After much bickering and cajolery
with Hobby Kvnnn, Al. Homers' man
ager, u inittrh linn at hint been pulled
Into tlio shuffle, In which flKhtliiK
Hilly (Joorgo will timet Farmer KuriiH,
of Koho, northwest heavyweight
champion, In llmul, under thn aus
pices of tlm IIhiiiI Athloltc Club on
CnuHlilorahln liitnroat wan shown
today uhnii It was given out Hint
lliiriiit mill (lonrgn would mix It In
Bond, because there Iiiih boon coiihIiI
amble speculation iih to thn outcouiH
of tlio match owIiik to tint recent
draw battle these two mini fought
In Kclio. lluriiH rnukH IiIkIi amoni:
tlm moni corpulent mil artlnlM, and
particularly for hnvlriK bimtnn Jon
IIoiiiIm, a year n:o In Taroiua, Al
Homura ami llurim went to a draw
In a lO-rouml mutch rmuutly at
(Jllbort Hclionl, who npruiiK a run
nation In local IioxIiik clrcloM a wnnk
iiko at rrlnnvllln. wlinn Im iliiftatd
"Hpnc" Wood, Im rurryliiK a pliwo
of pluo bark on hl nhotildir for
I'rnil Ollhurt. Heboid may havn a
record, behind 111 til an a boier. hut
an yet It ban not benn uucovtirnil.
Tlm BcIiohI-W'ooiIh match clwirly
dUplayml th nuparlnrlty of tbu m
cent Invader lii tit It clrclwi. (II I burl
anil Hrhonl will ko In an elKlit-round
match tlm imtue nlKbt. Tml Mokn
him h li: lied to meet "Choppy" lllkn
right for a lx-rouud curtain rnlHr.
IJENI) DIAMOND FANS
RESTLESS FOR SI'IUNf.
Tun Cunt Ti'iiiiin I'ntmlMtl for llcnil
Till Hriikiin Central Ori-pio
1-i'iiKim Will ll I'nniieil.
JuhI aa anon an old man Winter
tnakei hi final exit from thn forma
trial nplmrn tlm illamoml npwlallit
will hn illirrtltiR Into their trunk for
old apparel ami outfit In prupara
Hon for tlio forthromliiK naon.
It look now evident that Hnnil I
KoIiik to havn rKular buiteball thl
ummar anil that a Central Ori'Kou
InnRiin will hn formed, which will
Include I'rlnnvlllo, Itedmond, Madra
Tlm Htmvlln-lllxnti Company will
havn a morn formlilahln aKKritKatlou
to put In thn fluid thl ywir than
It did lal yoar. Alrvudy it ban
IIiiimI up rrwl diamond npHoil fur the
loam that will rnprnut thn com
INiiiy on tlm field. I.oenl fan are
hHKlntiltir; to iwpoiuh tha Intttrrnt
of tlcker anil It I nxpactml that
before tlm middle of tlm month ho ma
action will hn coiiiIiir up for vunimHr
troll HAI.H Old nuwMpapora, at The
llulletln onion; Junt thn thing for
oarpet lining, for covering nhelvtM,
or to help start tlm flrn In the morn
For nlgn patattng boo Edwards.'
by Mr. Pearl, a further rlnw wa
found in tho freh print of n number
six ahno clone to the window forced
at tho Horner store, nnd from tho
fact that only tho smaller mUd of
mon'a alums were gono through In
providing n now pair for tho In
At Hmlth'a store, tho front door
lock wa broken open, n fow cents
In change taken from tlm register, u
iiuniitlty of fruit mid tobacco stolen,
mid u number of paper from thu reg
ister. Mr. Smith trailed tho man this
morning well Into tho downtown sec
tion, by paper dropped nt Intervals.
Kuter l.y Hk light.
At the Homer store, the glass was
broken out of a roar window In ef
fecting mi entrance, 40 ruuta tnkun
from tho register, nnd tho mnuhliiu
rendered uuoIobh. Tho register kuyu
hero mid nt tlm Hmlth atoro woro ro
moved. Lifting (ho skylight to tho utoro
room, tho man dropped Inside at tho
AVnmor oHtuhUahmont, mid by cut
ting n pnnol ltuulo his way Into tho
atoro propor. Prom tho roglstor,
$1.70 In rash was takon, uud a box
of omicellod chocks taken to tho al
loy, whom tho box wna opened nnd
tho worthloBH contents dluuovurod,
Nolthor Pollco Chief Nixon nor
Shorlft IlohortH havo any duflultu
idor. na to tho Identity of tho thluf,
thuy atutod thla morning, iilthough
tho uuuaually biuiiII trade la takon
ua tho IuibIh for tho belief hold by
Mr, Nixon, that u toy In responsible
di:ti:ctivi',h tiiv to kind out
IK Hi: IH COMTIlltlNM WITH
l,OIMH llll.h OVl'Al o. a A K.
(From Haturdny'a Dally.)
HAN KltANCIKCO, Maroh 2. Two
rnnl ilutiictlve havo boon on tlio trail
of llohort Htraliorn, tlio railroad
builder, day anil nli;ht nlnco ho nr
rlvmt In California a fow iluya ago
ami Im wa unahlu to ahakn them off
until ho boarded lytralu for OriiKott
An thn ntory run hern, Hit) Mor
gan hankliiK cllrjun, KiiIiii, I.oeb &
Co., nml otlnir Now Vork flnunclora
are ho much lntHrntil In tlio plan
of men ImckliiK Iho Hill, Union Pa
cific nml Houthnru I'aclflo Inturoata
that noun of thnrn will trunt thn
othttrM. Iliincn thn InlerefltliiK dutiHi
tlvn work that hn been In proem
hern. TIkhio Interest urn ovpot'lally
concerned. It I ruportud, over any
development that in U: lit load to an
oilier road Into California.
ConfiTciii-o ot HI Men.
Mr. Htrahoru, In illcuftloiutho nc
tlvltfo of tlio pair of Mouth, tin
claroil before boardltiK tbu train that
hn did not Intend to como horu iiuletly
for tlm ptirponii of havliiK a confer
fenco with 1.. W. Hill, proaldnut or
I tlm Onwt Northern railroad, at thn
I latter' winter homo at Del Monto,
j where Mr. Hill I now ataylni;.
"I did not Miinak down here to havo
!a now railroad btilldliu: conference
with I'rmildwiil Hill." hn kmIiI. Any
rumor to that affect ha not founda
tion. Any detoctlvB or 'traitor ac
tivity dlritctml uKlnt inn llhttr In
(tan Krauclftco or al Dttl Monta I
famtiRliiK to me."
Hill AImi N Nculnil.
Mr. Htraliorn pnt fho day at
Del Monte. Mr. Hill arrived there
I Mr. .Itrahorn made the atatoment
there that Im mhhIh to keep hl rall
, road enterprise In Katern OreKon
I Mr. Hill, dlftcuMliiR thl statemant,
atiuounrwl that hi comtmny would
not oppiMM the Ktrahorn achome, hut
iwoitld not kIvo It any financial ub
Tlm ntory about the detoctlvea on
(Ktrahorn'M trail haa henn whispered
about the hotel lobblo hern during
lltm lat few day and did not hocomo
n wldo open Htory until yuKtorday.
BEND MINISTER ENDS
LABOR OF M YEARS
Itev. ItiiHriiuft Complete Clnirt of
Wliln .Im IIiin Keien Volume
of Commentary flubbed.
(Prom Saturday' Dally DulUtln.)
Almost H year ago, Ilv. II. C.
Hartrauft, pator of tin Ilend Pre
bytarlau church, began rwHwrch
work, having a It object the chart
ing of thn lllbln In It relation to
history. I.st iilgln ha flnlshwl hi
task and hovwl. aa thn nult of
Ida labor, a huge diagram. In mvoii
color, overy bit of It hi own handi
work, tracing tha history ot man from
5 1 HAM INS
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nil over the United State, fur hv com-
uimicml hi labor on April t. 1903,
in Pnnvlvt.l. coucludlnu- them OIl
otrnlty to eternity. Not only has ( 11 i,ul' ..ur in u.r, im.
the chart and the Inveatlgatlon tak- me' a""" Indicate at once the- claw
on Khv. Ilartranft 14 year, but Its!0' PP nil Btatua of farming In
virion nnrtahnvi'liiMtiRccfltnnlhhed I our country. Dairying 1b the bahls
tlm oppoalta side of the continent. l,,ac considerable Inveatment
The chart dlvldM man'a history ' cow-. While the feeil he usm ,
Into eight parlodk, Innocence, con ,18 a large Influence on tho amount;
clnc, human government. proHiUw. Ipf ' k or cr0Hm ho receives, tho cow
law, grace, tribulation, nnd the mill- ""!' ' the blgget factor controll
Hiiliim. According to thu diagram. I hB l,rofl tha Inveatment.
the human race la now living In tlis I " cowa nro born to milk. Other .
period of grace, and the period of nr8 l,or T,, Testing asoo
trlhiilatlon to follow for seven years, ' latlo i"ov8r which la which. The'
will have a It sequel the mllinlum,,1,uU clatlon produce more and'
when the Jewish people will be su
preme for 1000 years, The endeav
or which has been Involved In tho
making of the chart I seen In the
fuel that Itev. Hartrauft road no less
than 400 volume on Jewish custom
mid tradition In connection with the
period of the crucifixion.
In addition to his chart, Itev. Hart
rauft Ih aomplllug n 16 volume com
mentary nr tho Bible, seven volumes
of which are already written nnd
ready for publication.
The chart Itself, ho Intond to pro
tect by a copyright application, mid
Inter In tho year will mnku It the
basla for u aorloa ot looturoa to bu
given In Bend.
NEW SERVICE BEGINS
ON O.-W. R. & N. LINE
(Prom Friday's Dully.)
Beginning yostorduy tho O.-W. It.
fc N. Blurted Its "off tho tray" serv
ice, on piisaeugnr tralua, trnvollng
freight mid passenger ngont Ollvor,
announced this uftornoou. Tho aerv
Ico coualata ot n luuoh distribution
for tho benefit ot passengers, thereby
eliminating tho necessity of going
Into tho dining car.
ONI3 Oh'NT A WORD la all a little
Want Ad will coat you.
FOR IllJy BABY
CORONER SEEKS FOR
CAUSE OF DEATH.
Tun .Month Old Hon of Mr. and Mm.
Henry (Jootluuui Die In Crib In
i-Uiriy MonilnK Autopy
May Ho .Voc4)i4ry.
(From Saturday' Dally.)
Clrcumtance BiirroundliiB the
death of tho two montha old son of
Mr. and Mr. Henry Goodman, of
tho I.ytl dUtrlct, which Mr, Good
man wa unahlo to explain whon ho
reported tlm en no In Ilond to Sheriff
H. K. Jtobnrt, prompteil tho ordorliiR
of an Influent by Coroner Klmor NIb
woiikit thl nftornoon. Tho Invoatl
Ration wa held at the undertaking
Mr. Goodman arrived In Ilond this
inornliiK. and after ca'.HiiK at the of
fice of Kevoral phyilclan without
fludlriR one. bourIiI Sheriff Itohort.
According to tho Information ho
Kavo at that tlmo, the child, appar
ently well, had been put In It crib
lat nlRht. Thl moriilni;, ho aald,
tho parent uto breakfast, and It wa
afterward, on roIiir to tho crib, that
ho found that hi son waa practically
dead. Suffocation wa tho apparent
rauHo, and thuro Boomed on oppor
tunity for roKiiHcltntlon.
Accompanied by Dr. U. C. Coo and
Dr. DwlRht V Miller, Mr. Itohort
Immediately left for tho Goodman
homo, returnliiR thl afternoon with
the body of the child. It was Inti
mated that an autopay would be made
a a noceaeary adjunct to the Inquest.
The mother did not come In with the
body, hut may be needed In the In
queat. The father appeared badly wrouRht
up by tho affair.
FORMED BY FARMERS
Orgnnlo to Improto Henln High
CIiikh Jrrey Klro Will
(Prom Weilnesday' Daily.)
The fartnor In the vicinity ot
Powell Huttu formod last Thursday
the Central Oregon Hull association.
County Agriculturalist Illanchard,
acting under tho direction of tho
County Agricultural Council, assisted
In forming tho organization. B. S.
Iinrnnrd, secretary-treasurer, and
I chairman of tho committee on eco
nomic problem of tho County Agri
cultural Council, was particularly
active In assisting In the formation
of tho association. After adopting
articles and by-laws, tho following of
ficers were elected: Geo. P. Heck
man, president; Levi Krnst, secretary-treasurer,
and K. S. Barnard,
chairman of Itoard of directors. The
association will uiki a bull ot the Jer
Thl movement la regarded aa the
second Important step In the upbuild
ing of the dairy Industry In Central
Oregon. The Cow Testing associa
tion and the Hull association are the
.... . , .!,.. I
upon which our country will reach
prosperity and U baed upon sound
, nKrlculturul principle. Tho dalry-
heller cowa born to milk. In the1
Walla Walla Oow Toetlug association,
five herds were served by pure bred '
bulls, and six horda by ordinary '
sires. The teeter found n difference
ot 2SS1 pounds of milk, 130 pounds
of butter fat nnd 16.G5 per cow In
See to It that tho children's shoes
aro woll cared for. Money Is saved
in doing bo.
Our olioo repairing ranks tho host
Only tho hlghoet quality loutlior used.
VH (IUAUAXTKK AWi WOUK TO
Quick Shoe Repair Shop.
Wright Hotel Hldg. Greenwood Ave.
jtHC GOOD JUDQI HMO TM
TOU MARK MYWOUDt. i
AIIV MAH TAKIHO AOICCin
cmiw or w-o ot tobacco
THAM THAT, IS A TOBACCO
ClUTTOH AHO Wt OOMT f
WAIIt UUTTONS OMTHtr
YOU notice n fine regard for appearance among tho
officers from Roundsmen (o Captain that's one
reason they are so keen for W-B CUT Chewing.
The pass-word among these gentlemanly fellows is "If
you won't take a little chew don't take any." No need
to disfigure the face, when a nibble of rich tobacco givc9
more sathfactlon titan a wad of ordinary stuff also less
e grinding and spitting. Take a tip from the officer on W-B.
H.J tr WEYMAH.BBUTOH COMPANY, 50 UJo Sqwrt, Ktw Y.A Cly
favor of those who used tho purn
bred hull, whero tho cot of feed,
etc., were Identical for both herd.
The succeHiful man did not "go Into
tho dairy bunliic-." Ho crow Into
It by careful noluctlon and breeding
up. Ono cow for every flvo persona
In tho United State, It la estimated,
I a dead loan to her owner. She
waa horn to eat and not to milk.
Thero Is ono man In this county who
milk flvo cowb that aro Just about
equaling tho product from ono cow
hi neighbor milks. All aro tho samo
breed and havo been milked tbo saino
length of time. Tho dltfcrenco bo
tween tho Influence of a. good and
poor bull In' his offspring la some
time tho difference- bctweon profit
Hon' AHcIatloii Itcncflt.
Tho Hull association Is merely the
got-togother of several men who arc
using tho name breed of cowa, who
purchase a high grade bull co-operatively,
thus getlng tho advantage at
a lower cost. Ah the association
grows, blocks or sections are formed
and a bull supplied to every 70
Brooks- Scanlon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Materinl, Kiln
Dried Flooring nnd nil kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of SundWd Stio.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Trltphooc Red 1-131 or 701 City Sale Office Bead Cotnpuy BoMnj
IN GRAY IRON AND BRASS
IIUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
BOX AND SLAB
Now $3.00 Per Load
OREGON FUEL CO.
PHONE US NOW-RED 661
Lots at Half the Price
Asked in other additions of Equal Distance from
the Business Center.
Lois 40X105,475 for Inside, $100 for Comers
Lots 50X125 . $100 for Inside, $125 for Comers
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Central Oregon's Leading
lljyfrc Automoble Life Accident Surety Bonds
J. A. EASTES
OREGON STREET. BEND, OREGON
Member Portland Realty luird
OIHIIBS HHOW QIMUTr TOBHttO I
HAVf IT ISIMtl
to nno our
cows. At thn end of two year, whon
the danger of in-breedlng occurs, tho
bulls of tho blocks In the association
Tho association strives, In pur
chasing a aire, to secure ono that has
a high known production record,
rather than to prooure a long pcdl
greo or a fancy name. Then start
ing In with a bull whose daughtors
aro known to produce n big buttcrfat
total, when crossed with his cows,
their progeny becomes higher produc
ers than their mother. Tho associa
tion also becomes a sanitation agent
against disease of contagloua naturo,
and as Is usualy tho case, with tho
Individual uso of a bull, Just about
the time when the farmer finds out
the sire's true valuo, he must be sold
to avoid In-brcedlng. Tho Bull as
sociation keeps him within tho or
ganization. A desirable bread knife frco with
every annual subscription to Tho
PHONE BLACK 741