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NSeW of the World
With tlio entire rlvUlicil world i innny Is expected Boon by neutral
In a tnrmolf, Increased notlvltlos of untieing.
tho allied armies on the western I , Tho war spirit I running h Inn In
Kuropenti battlo trout, tho onrrytn Argentina, rlou breaking out fro
of tho wnr lo tho vory shores of tho nuntly botween members of the , wur
Vnlted 8tmiw by tho Oorman mtliinn- "" tha "-" parties Disturb.
Tlno float nnd tho growing deslro Blw "o Miwral throughout tho
union.? South .American republic for ! wuntry. All Uorman ships In Ar
wnr with thty Control Huroponn pow-jK811""" hrbor have been solicit to
m, stood out pre-eminently In tho' yrovont tho crews from sinking them,
world's now of the week. The net-,1" ,,rnitl telstlon. oro ilotln toly
vo part lit bo played by America t an will with Anstrta. tho minister
In tho war whs comparatively dlntln- of hnt VnV.'J .!T.,!,Vi,,M.Im
Ished. preparatory measures for n ports anil statlnit that Austria woulit
Klgantlc struggle. If necessary, tea- fontlnuo to consider Germany s In-
turlng In Washington dispatches tereste her own.
ACter oountlou rumors nnd de- Onthe great battlo field In trance,
nlnts. tho first actual hostilities of the Oorman and trench forcos. grad-
tho German-Ainorlcnn war wore be- , 'converging toward St. Quontlu
wn by Germany Tuesday of this ""J1 Cambrn I. tho Gorman key po-
week, when In tho early morning Bltlons. nro steadily advancing In tho
tho I' S .submarine chaser Smlll.. Kreatest drlvo of tho war. Goruian
sighted a submarine oft tho xew prljonera taken report that tho plight
England coast, and saw tho wake nf " th, To" ls fst bocomlng ilea-
torpedo launched by tho deep son j,crote.- ,M. l"."8. of.fho, "rC bo,n"
-m rn..i.. i, .i.ri.n.r.i i.n- hurled dally Into tho German on-
of the ship. Tho U-boat submerged trcnohments In preparation for each
tie lino, the Turkish troops In Meso-
i $2.50 AfoHiiy
and lots $75 to $10.00
I NO A- LOAN
J. A- EASTES
before it could bo rcachod by the
Smltttt ' l Yesterday a naval battle
was thought to to In progress some
where oft Capo Cod, as Coast Guard
stations In the vicinity of Province
town reported hearing tho firing of
Kims In rapid succession. Further
details were lacking.
Wnr Itllls Pass.
potmta are retreating steadily boforo
tho British forces.
General Strike llcportcil.
Her safety menaced. from without,
Germany Is also a prey to Internal
dtssentlon, and from Amsterdam
come reports of n goncral strike
which Is crinoline tho Industries and
In Congress everything Is super-1 transportation lines. Kxtromo Social
eded by war legislation. Monday, ists. It is said, are behind tho move
the .Houso passed the 17,000,000.000 i inont. as n protest against tho threat
"bond lssuo, 53.000,000.000 of which oncd reduction In the bread ration.
Is to go as a loan to tho Allies, and j Hussla's provisional government
tho samo measure was favorably ' will soon ccaso to bo provisional, ae
reported on by the Senate Flnnnco i cording to plans laid by the congress
committee. Tho Houso also passed i of workers and soldiers, announced
tho $1000,000,000 goncral deficiency Tuesday. An election, nt which all
1)111. providing that amount to bo i over 20, women Included, w 111 bo ncr-
nvallablo far Immediate war needs
of tho nation Government control
of railroads, regulation of tho food
prices throughout the nation and
tho curtailing of tho liquor produc
tion to increase the supply of grain
available for food and to release men
for other employment, wore other
plans discussed for advancing the
war efficiency of tho United States.
It is virtually decided that a wooden
fleet of 3000 ships, of 3000 tons
each, Mill be built to trj&vey food
and munitions to tho Allies. In
terned Austrian and German ships
seised by the government may be
come a part of the American merch
ant marine. President Wilson In a
proclamation, announced the creating
of "defensive areas" along the coast, j
ships are forbidden to ponetrato these
ureas, excepting at certain times, and
The President demanded' yester
day the paasago of the selective con
scription bill, and the War Depart
ment is making plans based on theory
that the measure will be endorsed
Tho thoroughness with which the
war spirit has permeated tho country
was tfhowii by tho declaration of ox
Secretary of Stato William Jonnlngs
Bryan, radical pacifist, that he was
ready to serve in any capacity In
pushing tho war to a quick, success
ful end. t
Tho'ctdsc 'connection which exists
between the United States and the
Kntejate powers. Is demonstrated In
tho anridliircement that commission
's sr from France and England will
tonfer with .American government
representative. Early in the week
it was announced that the Kuropen'i
MpIomaU hol arrived, and later that
their whereabouts were unknown,
negotiations of the kind, or prepara
tions for siieh negotiations, are en
tirely shrouded in the deepest se
crecy. Separate Peace Sought.
Rumors have been persistent that
Austria. Hulgarla and Turkey are
seeking a .separate peace, while Ger
many is knpwn to be Intriguing In
Kussla with the Intention of elim
inating the Slavic power from the
ranks of h6r enemies. A second
statement of peace terms from Ger-
mlttcd to vote, was announced tor the
selection of n constituent assembly.
Of especial Interest on the Pa
cific coast. Is the rejection by the
Oregon State Land board, of the bids
on $260,000 worth of rural credit
bonds, and the mounting of May
wheat In the Portland market -to
$2.24 a bushel, easily n new record.
Word from San Francisco yester
day was to the effect that warrants
are out for the arrest of Frank C.
Oxman, millionaire stockman of east
ern Oregon, on a charge of attempt
ing to influence the testimony or
witnesses In the Thomas Mooney
bomb case. j
M O N K Y
TO hi) AN I
C TY ELECT ON
Polls Will lie Open lYum 8:00 In tho
MnniliiK to 8:00 at Mulit, for
Voters to Pats on Proposed
HIGH EASTERN STAR
(From Monday's Dally.)
Because of the limited time at tho
dslpoeal of Mrs. Dora H. Srhllko.
Grand Worthy Matron of tho Order
of Eastern Star, members of the-loaal
chapter met this afternoon, exam
pllfylng tho ritualistic work of the
order. Mrs. Schllke will visit lied
niond, Prlnovllle. and other (Jenfral
Oregon points, before leaving tii)ti
While in nend she has beojjflho
gueetof-Mrs. A. MPrlngle. v
TO GIVE QUEEN WATCH
(From Monday's Dally.)
Further arrangements for the May
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Completing nrraugoments for tho
special city election nt which tho
flotation of n $10,000 refunding bom)
Issue nnd tho providing fur u uni
form system of street Improvement
regulations are to bo voto,d .on, tho
I uuiiii vii) I'uuiivn mini u urim nun-
bIoii Inst yoBtordny attoruoou. Mon
day, April 30, was tho .date set for
the election. Unth Issues which will
be balloted on are In tho form of
amendments to tho city charter.
The hose house at the corner of
Minnesota avenue and Iava road,
was named as the polling pjace, elec
tion officials being designated as fol
lows: Clyde M. McKay, chairman;
J. F. Arnold and K. A. gather, Judg
es; and Walter Ferguson and Hay G.
Lamherson. clerks. The polls will
be "open from 8 o'clock In the morning-
until S o'clock In the evening.
Other matters considered related
chiefly to the street lighting loMetn.
Inocindesccnt lights of 100 candle
power ouch were ordered installed
at the corner of Greenwood nnd
Fourth, on Greonwood, near First,
nnd at tho corner of Hawthorne and
1IIII. while the light now lit the cor
nur of Ilovoro and Division, was or
dered removed to Hovore at First.
It wag decided that n meeting will
bo hold tomorrow night In omtnec-.tlpu-wlth
the establishment of ft city
.rnnU-'niiarrv nnd runtliiir or salft of
ftmrtj'ty's rock cruiuer, lf suffloiit
iD.v1.Aa.Iiim .... . . a. ...-. .... I, A
IIMBJUVHI Hit, "li W.U IJIHIIVI WMt 'U
eqfioctml by tfiut time.
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GIRLS WIN HONORS
"IN SCHOOL TRYOUT
Thompson. Instructors nt tho school
nro well plonsed with tho showing
Solofitlous by tho girls' glee club
null by n quartet compound of Marga
ret Thompson, Mary Muster. N.ollo
liesllo and Dorothy Mlllor, proved
popular with tho audience.
KM.1NTMK.NT8 KOH WAIt, ONI,Y
That enlistments In the nrmy w
bo for tho term of tho wnr, only. If
desired, Is tho announcement made
by Secretary of War linker. Iloport
of tho decision comes from Washing
ton, and Is na follows: Secretary of
War llakor has notified Chief of
Staff Scott that the department wilt
nccopt recruits upon tho understand
ing that the service will lie only for
Itho porlod of tho war, If so desired."
NPl.t'lAI. CITY l.l.l.Cl ION XOTICK.
8Ut of Orncun, County nt llrMhutr, CUr
nf Html, u.
Nolle l hcrrbr ttUtn tint ircUI fiction
will tw hrltl In lh City .f lrxl. tnhutr
Ciiunly, Orrvon. on MoniUy, l.wlti '.Iv 3Mh
day of April. A. II. 1017. Ulwrvn Ih-i h,-ur
nf S n'rlwk A. M. ami S o'clock I', II. Yh
nint plaro In aalil city (or taU .ll.m
hall 1n at I he h hu at Ih rurnrr or
Mlnnrwila avtnuc anil ljia riwJ.
The Julf-l anil Cl-kA at kLI -tMln Kail
l as folliwt
CliiU l. McKay, fhalrman. J. 1. Arnold,
K. A. Sathcr. Ju.lir. ut KlrclUn. Wall.r
Krriiuon. Ilay (1. Umlwn, Clrfka nf Mre-
Hal J ctcctlon U rallcl ami hM tnr vollnc
ittwm ll aiH.llon nt niiM nt a certain
MwnJnml l tt ckarlrr nt H Clly of llcnJ,
aiiKptnt l.y th Common Council an.1 rtferrcti
by llw Common Council ,t tkc voter, of h
flaUl .re.ol amn4mtit u Hrlntol In
namoMct form by the cllr and c4iloa maHoi
", lonal tnlor witbln th Hy xlmc
aiMrou U known, ami hM i-amohWt fan t
Kail at the office of IIm rocordcf of taU clly
Too Konccal furi'OM of oaU cr tor amcct.1
nwit U urM-l In llw kalM Irllo torrofar
aJool-l by lb Common Council ami which
" anpoar uoon tb ballel let lb MIiwIr
HKKHIIIIBI) IIV TIIK COMMON COUNCIL
"Shall Section I. II ml II of Chanter IS
f lb Clly f lloml amc-mlcd h u In pew
vW a mctmal for tho Improvement of any
Irrcl, aUey ituUlc oar. or any portion of
ta.ni at recti .alley oc.IhiUIc war. ami la oo.
yOt a mcthS) tgrMAn the mt thereof
IH1 th? pmerlf VneflleJ thereby.
VOTK Yf OK NO.
DaleJ IhU llth itay of April. A. I), HIT.
. , . C. 1-AI.UMRI.U
Mayor of the Illy of lleml. Dreehulea
, . .11 C. KI.I.IH.
City Uccenler of the Clly of llcnJ. Dea
chutn County, Urenvo.
A small paymtnt dawn puis an
Elechlc liantfc In your liome.
BEND WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
Day feetlval. to b given at the in,,.-.''. -Mnntaret riioinpM.i. ami,
podrome on May 1, announced by
Mrs. Q. W. Slirlner this morning, In
clude the preeestatlon of a $24 wrist
watch to the succeeeful candidate for
May Queen to be elected by votes se
cured from merchants of the town
with cash purehases. Nominations
for Queen are new being received.
The watch la on exhibition in the
window of Larson, the Jeweler, on
Seo Edwards for paper hanging.
TO OUR PATRONS:
IVatdi this space each weelj for announcements ofs our
Special) they will appeal to you.
O'Kane Illdtf. I'hone Uluck 331 Oend, Oregon
13TH SATURDAY SPECIAL
Fancy NaveJL '
,... ISc per dozen
LOUIS Bennett, Grocer
8n'nl(i Itoml CIiom'ii fur Ircvln-
nut Ion Contest Mil) III.
(From Saturday's Dally.
Tryouts held In the high school
auditorium last night to pick the loeal
representatives In the Central Ore
gon declamation contest to be held
hacorMay 19, were attended by a
large crowd, and resulted In the
awarding of first place In oratory
to Stanley Hoiid, In dramatics to I.ols
Cobb, and In humor to Margaret
We lace lite Largnt Slock of
Mrnic anil Muscat Mcrchantlx
la the Northwe4l.
All the Late Sonp.
1 lollon Daml lajltustntt.
All Thinj Muueal all die Tuac.
Send for Catalogue'.
IZ5 M St.
It may be the carbureter. t
It may be the self starter.
It may be a rim or a tire.
It mav be the brakes.
It.may be the steering wheel. ,
-It.may be the crank shaft.
It may be the gears.
It may be the magneto.
It may be tho storage battery.
You should have you automobile thor
oughly overhauled before spring. Winter
is hard on a car, and better have your ma- -' j
chine in perfect running order for those
spring trips you are planning.
Mechanics and our equipment enables us to
do this work for you reasonably and well.
WALTER COOMBS. Mgr.
When in Trouble, Phone Red 451. ?
K WANT YOU TO FEEL THAT IT IS
YOUR PRIVILEGE AS A PATRON
TO CALL ON US AT ANY TIME.
We nro nhui) luil in mmiiI jimi it mini to nmUo repairs. To
mmiiI n lube, m lilmoitt putili or n now alme, If jou liupHiii lo
need us on the nmil. Of riiurae, them nro lluiltn to (lie ilMiinro
wo inn ki, but mo fi'el sure Hint nii luiulil nut tiinko liny tin
reiianunbte riiint ., If iui)tliliiK of Hie nurl liiiiM'ii, tile
phone ii h. Anil iiiueiulHr, If )nu iwiut llret mill I In' Mimlrlin
and do not hMclfy Iheni by lirnnil, o Mill m-iiiI )nu ITntleil
HtuleM Tires mill t'ulteil HIhIcn Tire Hlinilrli, becnuaii mi lie
Hem t liem tit I hi the liet mi the market. And tun tin Hint
v iiIiui)n feature are tin) t'ulteil Ktntivt "Cluilu" uuil "laiwi."
Skuse Hardware .Company
WANTED Teams ftfr
construction work. Rond
Employment Agency. B"''
FOIt ftAI.M NlHsty head nf stectr-.
John II. HarrUwiii, Fort Hock, Ore
KOIt HAI.I5 TlllniHrMik enlves
Rne II. A Oiwuey. I. eg Cabin llurlier
FOIt 8AMC High grade trap
nested S. (' Hods, selected from 70
good hens and headed by a splendid
male; HoKauUed bh ZKR egg type;
from better muting than many nf the
S3 ami S sottlHK. rtallsfartlmi
guarantiee!. $1.10 for It. JO
Williams, Hoiid, Ore. atfy
I'Olt MAI.Kllarreil Itoek, Illsik
Minor u hatching kk, IS fur 11.00
I mij it I re M. Homing, Iturnl IllHp.
I'Olt HAI.IC ICO ncreci of bent a
ImpmviMl land near Hlslnrs. Wllr
take god realdeHee In Hand as first
IwiHit. Iind free from stone, fln
water right, 80 Hires seeded tn al
fiilta, Imlaiiiw ready for any k'nd of
orop. I have two gooil ranches, and
MM la all I ran take mm of. For
further particulars turn J. II. Mini'
& Co., I'reM llslldlHg. lleud.
rOft SAI.K ltHRKr, (Mile ami
shaft; single) and double dlee plnvs.
Itox 100. ltood, Oregon. K-Sp
FOIt ILM.ie lluu and lot. I'rlee
right. Terms reasonable. iNijuIro
A. K. IW wards, Ittttll cUgn Co, 37tf
FOR UK.S'T ISO acreei at I'owoll,
Unite. For iwrtlrulsm addreM l.oyrtl
II. MrCarthy, 1114 Northwostnrii
Hank llulldliig. Portland. Or , or Ju
F. Ileau, 171 Cincinnati. Ohio. COlIn
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C 8. Ilt'DHON, President K. M. KAIIA, Cashier
V, C COK, Vice ProHldnnt h. O. MeltKY.NOI.DH, A sat. Oashlor
K. A 8ATIIKH, VIco Prus. 1). A. STOVl.It.AiMi. Cashier
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Cuiiltai fully paid tttf.OOO
Inventory of tho nation's linnets for porpurudtiOMi has dls
closod only one satlsfurtory Item.
The flniiuelul syhteui Is ciiuiMieiit uuil the banka nro
Tlioro nro no Noldlors, but I hero In great wealth,
Thorn Is n shorttigo or guns, but u mirphiH or iJoJIurH.
BhlpH must bo built In tho navy, but tlio hnukri nro In
TI1H MIMTAHY HY8TMM MUST UK UKOONHTKUOTHI),
HUT TIIK FKDKHAI, UK8WIIVJJ.8YBTHM IB WOIIK
INO. Men must bo trained for tho nrmy, but tint men who
bundle fliininiw tiro alriwiily skllleil.
THIS HANK IS A MUMI1UU OF TlIKMKIHlUAL UK
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
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