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News of tKe World
Tho rapid tporfectltiR of Uio ma
chinery" For the drafting of nn army
uf halt ft million men, the nwosalty
Tor tho oarly cllscovory of hoiuo meniiH
of robbing tho submarine of Ita stlim
nnd tho possibility Hint Carman ma
vhlnntlona tltrouRh tnternallonal so
cialism mlRltt detach HuhIk from
the Allied cnuso. worn chief In Im
jiortanca in tho world naws of the
pok ImntMtato dnitr of Hub
ia's defection Is apparently pr-v-Mited.
but the submarine menace
nd conscription remain two lsue
verv much allva,
The exact form which conscrlp
tlon will tako Is still undecided, tor
the draft hills na pawed by Senate
and House a'ro nt variance on three
issues. The age limit tjueatlon will
probably bo compromised to Include
all from 21 to 31, but the Hooeevelt
Otvl&leu clan, and the bone-dry clause
inserts Ir'lhe Senate, will be hard
r.niRlit issues. President Wllaon has
lil$ proclamation, which will set the
draft in niolinn. ready to make pub
lic, as seOn as a compromise Is ef
Jccted by Coueross.
U-lto.it IVotilrin Attacked.
Every effort la being made by
American nnd Allied naval experts,
to eliminate the U-boat as tho pre
eminent factor of the world war.
American scientific research, cul
minating In tho labors of ThomnB
Y Edison, la directed toward this
end, but tho only plan so far sue
Kestod which gives real promise of
success Is tho 3000-ship morchant
fleet, providing nioro vessels than
tho German uudorsea boats can pos
sibly sink. Doth steel and wood will
bo utilized In ship construction.
Of general concern to tho Alllos
Is tho Potrograd dispatch to tho ef
fect that a virtual nrmlstlco has ex
isted on tho eastern battlo front,
between Husalan and German troops
for the last month. In connection
with this canio a serious clash be
tween Russian government heads,
and tho soldlors' nnd workmens'
council, tho lattor element of tho
population coming almost to the
point of riot on Friday, In their op
position to the policy, o 'fighting
out the war until Germany and Aus
tria aro utterly crushed. Tho pro
visional government's Intention to
uphold the Cur's contracts with the
Allies aroused the greatest antag-j
onlsm, and only as tho result of a
masterly oration by Foreign Minister
Mlllukoff. coupled with tho promlso
that Hussla's alms in tho war should
bo revealed, was a most serious sit
Klav Peace l'enred.
Gorman Socialists are thought to
Ijo at the bottom of the trouble, and
In connection with this, nny nttompt
on the part of residents In America
to bring about pence between Hussfn
and tho Teutonic powers will be se
verely dsalt with, the State Depart
On the western war front, the sit
uation has changed but BllRhtly. The
ltrttlsh army Is In a deadlock with
tho K leer's troop. wklU the French
are pushing slowlr hut relentlessly
onward. Lots Of life In the German
dlvtfttoits la reported tpmltltK, due
to the rcklentMM with which com
maimers are leading treah regiments
within the deadly range of Allied
artillery, In a vain attempt to regain
a part of the territory from which
(hey have been thrust. The flower
of the German army Is being sacri
ficed. Since the middle of April, 49.000
prisoner have been taken by til
Allies, while an Idea of the tremend
ous cot Of the big drive la found In
the annmmcemeMt made yesterday to
Parliament that Grat Britain's share
of the expense Is $34,6G0,O0O dally.
U. S. Hurgcom Sail.
While European censors, aside
from those of the Central power,
are now allowing America full nowa
details, according to llrltlsh author
ities, official reports from Washing
ton will from now on be exceedingly
difficult to obtain. Secretary of
State Lansing Issued nn order this
wook commanding government em
ployes to refrain from giving out nny
news on whloh criticism of n govern
mental policy might possibly be
Tho first American military ex
pedition over to tako ship for Eur
ope, under the American flag, sailed
Tuesday, officered by United States
surgeons, to tako up hospital work
In France. They will soon bo fol
lowed by detachments of soldiers,
destined for trench warfare, accord
ing to the plans of the administra
tion. Naval and military prepara
tion Is going on apace, the rapidity
of It all being shown In the request
made by Secretary of the Navy Dan
iels, for $7,000,000 to quip new
navy training camps. That an active
participation In tho war la to be ex
pected at an early date. Is Inferred
from the conclusion of the series of
conferences between American de
partmental heads and the war com
missions sent to this country by Eng
land and France.
Ixutn Half Huhicrlbcd.
Halt of the $2,000,000,000 Liber
ty Loan has already been subscribed,
and tho administration will ask nn
other billion for ship construction,
It Is learned Yesterday the J 1,800,-
000,000 rovouuo bill providing for
nti Increased Income tax, nnd tor lev
ies on tobacco, liquors, nnd various
forms of atnuscmont, wna reported
favorably on by tho IIiiuho Ways nnd
Moans committee In addition to aid
nlroady oxtondud, tho United Btntos
has within tho Inst tow days mtulo
loans of $100,000,000 each to Franco
nnd Italy, and $25,000,000 ndvnnco
to Great llrltnln.
Crop forecasts for 101? Indicate
a sharp drop in tho quantity nt pro
duction, nnd prloos uro souring ho
rapidly that It Is probablo that n
federal food survtty will bo" made, as
a preliminary to governmental con
trol. Persistent rumors that a tentn
live peaco proposal would be mndo
In tho Holohstng by Chancellor von
llethmann Ilollweg am ranching this
country by way of Amsterdam. Tho
offer has failed to uiatorlnlUo up to
date, and diplomats are dlspotiod to
view askance nny such proposals.
ItullctN ."Miss Kaiser.
An attempt made on the life of
Kaiser Wllhelm, reported Tuesday,
railed, although the would-be aeeaM
aln directed throo bullets tit the Gor
Uf Intorest on the Pacific coast,
came announcement yesterday that
more applications tor the officers'
reserve corps may now be fllod. The
frist clnsa of men has just entered
the Officers' Training Camp tit Presidio.
For sign painting boo Edwards.
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WANTED -Wo want n anlnsumii
In Deschutes county. It you aio look
ing tor n position, our contract will
win yon. Write today. Albany
Nurseries, First NntioniU IKuiU
llulldlng, Albany, Ore, 10-Mp
WANTED 'A lady having private
mndnru homo would llko to hoar of
a good dressmaker to share It with
hur. Inquire ltullotln, lOtfc
.aw ji1 -mat
J-'OH RALE OH HE.ST -Country
lintel, doing good business. Will
take some trade. Inquire llullolln.
FOH SALE Good homestead ro
lln(ulshmut. Powell Hutto district.
.120 noros, about 240 tillable; small
house, furnished. Ten nrros eleurod.
Prlcoll.R. Ilox 398. Ilend. Or. lOp
FOH BALK Single disc plow. In
qnlro Auue'a stable. 10-1 Ip
FOH SALE OH THADW 0U ntv
relinquishment, well Improved; drill
ed well, windmill. Write Otis Col
lins. Fire, Ore. 101 In
FOH ftALE Toulouse goose (irkh,
for hntchtug. Flvu for II.S0. Mr
F. V. 8wlshor, Tumtito, On. lOp
FOH THADE llouso nnd lot li.
Wend, for second hand Ford. Ad
dress Ilox 4.7, Hend. 101.10
Enduring! Certaln-teed is a name which has
come thru the storm of business competition strong
er than ever. It stands for quality, dependability,
satisfaction and fair dealing. On the reputation of
tills name there bas been built the world's largest
manufacturer of roofing and building papers.
is the most efficient type of roof
for factories, office buildings,
farm buildings, garages, etc.
It cotts less to buy, less to lay
nnd less per year of Kfc than
other types of roofing. It does
noTmit, is proof against gases,
coal smoke, acids, fumes, etc.
It is a non-conductor of heat
and cold, is fire rctardant and
The cost of laying prepared
roofings is the same whether
you use ood materials or poor.
Therefore, it pays to get
CERTAIN-TEED, which is
the best. It is guaranteed for
5, 10 or IS years according to
thickness (I, 2 or 3 ply), and
it will remain efficient long after
would have had to be relaid.
For residence, CEHTAIN-TEED
Elite Surfaced Asphalt Shinnies lure
all the advantages of CEHTAIN
TEED Roofing, plui artistic beauty.
They need no p-lnt.are pliable,eliin.
mate mute arm mums, can
Guaranteed for ten yean.
before derldluc on ur (TPe
of root. VorseJo by dealers
Points and Varnishes
are good, reliable products made
by experienced paint men who
know how to make good paints
These men have at their com
mand all the machinery, equip
ment, materials and resources
necessary to manufacture good
paints and varnishes econom
ically. They also have at their
disposal the extensive selling
organization and warehouse
system of the Ccrtain-tccd Pro
ducts Corporation, which ma
terially reduces the cost of dis
tributing and marketing.
The result is that CERTAIN
TEED Paints and Varnishes
are high grade products, sold at
lowc prices than you would
expect to pay for good paints
We guarantee CERTAIN-TEED
Paints and VxrnWhci to gire satis
faction. Whether you do your own
paintingorlurea professional painter
you win find it to your interest to see
i.- . - sivn'nAiM
Any eond dealer can tll you
GEUTAIN-TKKD l'alou and
Varulilici. It ha (lots not
citrr Ultra In stock be can
gel Intra for you.
CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS CORPORATION
Gunernl'Roottng hUg. Co, Gregg Varnish Co.
Mound City Paint & Color Co.
CM cats .
UKl'OUT !' CONDITION Ol-' TIIK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AT Itl'ND, IN Till: 8TATK OK OUIUJON,
AT Till.' CI.OSK !' IIUSINIMM ON MAY I, IIHJ.
Loans nnd discounts ...i....MA $
U. S. Honda doposltod to aecuro circulation (par
Total U. 8. Honda
Honda other titan U. S. Houds pledr;ed to icauro
postal aavluRH depoaltn
Securities other than IT. S. Honda (not InoludltiR
stocks) ownnd unpledKod
Total bonds, securltlos, utu. .
Stock of Federal Reserve Hunk (R0 pur oaut o(
Value of banking houw
Furniture and fixtures
Itofll estate owned other tlniti banking Iiouno
Net amount due from approved reserve agents In
New York, Chicago, nnd St. t.ouls
Net amount due from approved reserve nsents In
other reaervii cities
Net nniount duo from banks nnd bankers (other
than Included In 12 or 20)
Otbor chocks on banks In the same city or town
as reporting bank -
Outsldo chocks and other ensh Items -
Fractional currency, nlekols, nnd ecntn
Notes of other Natlonnl Hanks
Fodoral llosorvo notM
Lawful reserve In vnult and not amount duo from
Federal Itoaervo Hank ...
Redemption fund with U. t. Trensuror and duu
from ! S. Troasuror : ..
Capital stock paid in .- .....................
Surplus fund i ..........,.. .....
I'ndlvldod profits ... ......M.y..... ..
Circulating notes outstanding - ....-..
inuiviuuni uuposiis suiijuoi iu unrun ,.....,
Certificates of deposit due in less thnn.BU unys
Ccrtlflod chocks ....
Cashier's checks outstanding .......
Postal savings deposita .. ..
Total demand deposits .
Certificates of deposit
Other time deposit .
Total time deposits
TOTAL ... - $710,214.04
State of Oregon, County df llMohutes, ss: I, K. M. Ijira, Cashier of
tho above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tho abovo statement Is true
to tho best of my knowledge und belief.
K. M. LAHA, Cashlor.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 8th day of May, 1917.
J. A. BA8TB8, Notary Public for Oregon.
My commission expires January 20, 1920,
C. 8. HUDSON.
II. C. KLLI8.
K. A. SATIIKIl.
It may be the carbureter.
It may be the self starter.
It may be a rim or a tire.
It may 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 the storage battery.
You should have you automobile thor
oughly overhauled before spring. Winter
is hard on a car, and better have your ma
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.
A small payment Jawn putt an
lileclik liangc In iotr Iwmt.
BEND WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
I. WANT YOU TO FEEL THAT IT IS
YOUR PRIVILEGE AS A PATRON
TO CALL ON US AT ANY TIME.
Wn n ro nlunfn lnd In m'imI )oii ii limn In timkn rvpnlr. To
m'iiiI n tulx, n tiltiu-out pntrli or n new hlior, If t tta. lmpKMi to
nrvd iin on the mud. Of rniirt ttirrr nro llnilU lo (lie tlMunro
mi mil go, but lie fitd Hiiro that )ou uoitltl nut innko nny un
rriiHonnblo ntirit io, If mi tlilnic of tint Mrt linpMn, (li
phono un. Ami rt'iurinlM-r, If sou uiitit tiro mill tiro Mindrle
ami do tint oitrclfy them by brand, no ulll himuI )oii Cnltril
NtnloM Tlrt'N mill I'tillnl Hlnlrit Tiro Hundrlox, Itcriiuao no lir
llcio tlicin lo bo (tin Ixxt on llio niurknl. Anil Inn I Iron (lint
un iiIhu)n fraluitt uro the Unlli'd Ntnlrn "Clinln" mill "L'm'o."
SI .use Hardware Company
I'OK 8AMC drain liny. Inquire
H. A. Dull. (1 mlliis N K IImiiiI, on
Prluevllle Trail. 122-U,I0p
roil BALK Dairy cows, or will
trade fur stork onttltt. I'hiino or
write O. C. OardviHll, It. P. I).. Ilnttd.
KOH 8ALK- (Iimolliio tnuk, rhmip.
Inuulro Iliilletlti. if
roil SAI.K Hlx Krndn Jcrs-y
cows. II. A. Jolinsuu 2 mllim south
west of TuiphIo. 8KR,U,l0p
FOIt HAI.H 80 anres; cood free
water rlKht for S8 nitron. For twr
tUulurs nddresM Curtis Christy, Mis.
turs, OroKpu. 7 1-8,1 Ip
FOH HAl.lt -Timothy and grain
hay, four miles wisst uf Tumnlo. ('.
II. SivauKh. 84-Stf
FOIt BALK -Ninety head of slowrs.
John II, Ilnrrlaou, Fort Hock, Or
FOH BALK Homo and lot. Prlco
rl.ht. Terms roaHonablu. Iniiulrc
A. K. Kdwnrds, llond Hlgn Co. 37tf
poll HALK OH M:AHI: Tumnlo
Projoot Contracls BWU of KW'A
and NWU of BWU of Hue. 2C; BKfc
of NKU of NBU and NK4. BrJU
of Bee, 27; nlso WVj of NK's nnd
BBU of SWA, and NK of HV"4
Bee. 20. Laud about tw.o miles north
west of Tumnlo; 100 narua cleared
and cropped three naohn; fenri.
illlrhtM and other Improvements; run '
bo farmad this year. Unusual nnd
nttrantlve terms for sala or lease.
TslHRraph or writs to owners, P. H.
MttNutt, .814 Han IVritNUdii IIIiIk .
Iw AhkhIh-, CmI , or Me I 'red N.
Wallas, 1'roJ. Hun., Tumnlo.
FOIt ltBTT Mwlam houiw. Ma
Jtwtlc ran;t. Rood ettllar and wood
shml, thrst lots Ih law it Phono Hint
FOH HUNT 88 seron of Irrlatm!
land, six mlls wist of town; all
rlttarml; hnuiw nnd barn on plac
Apply Ilulletlu 78-Ktr
FOIt It K.ST 10 acre nt Powell
Iluttn For particulars addroM Uiyul
II. McCarthy. 1.134 Northwestern
Hank lltillillnir, Portland. Or,, or J.
F. Ilwan, 171 Olnalnnatl, Ohio. COtfo
LOST AND FOUND.
BTHAYKD Sheared shcop, brandi
double box. Notify by phono. Hlnck
LOHT-Bmall brown pony; vr'
small star In forehand; snmn whllo
on hind foot; six years old. Call Ton
liar Kaut'h; rewurd. 1 2 4 -0.1 Op
Kw) 0. B. IIUDfl
K-J IJ. O. COB.
HUDSON. President B. M. LAHA. Cnshtnr
Vlco Prosldont L. O. McKHYNOLDH, AssL Cnslilor ,
B. A. 8ATIIBH, Vlco Pros. II. A. BTOVKH.Asst, CasUlor
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Cupltnl fully puld
Inventory of tho nation's nHsuts for perpnrodiiuss has dis
closed only ouo satisfactory Item.
Tho fliiuiicliil system is competent und (ho liiinkN aro
Thoro uro no soldiers, but (hero Is urcat wealth.
Tlioro Ih n shorlono of ;uns, but it Mtrpltm of dollars.
Ships muni bo built In (ho navy, but (ho bunks aro In
TUB M1LITAHY BY8TBM MUST IIB HBaONBTHUCTBI),
HUT TUB FBDBHAL HBBKHVB BYBTBM IB WOHK-
Men fmiBt bo trained for tho army, lyU Jliajincn who
liuutllo flnnuccN uro already skilled, 'ri".
THIS DANIC IB A MBM11BH OF TUB FBDBHAL: RB-
BBHVB BYBTBM. '"'" '
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TEe FIRST NATIONAL' BANK 'OF BEND s
Bend Hardware Company