BEND tUIII.KTlN, hKNI, Oft?w6tf, TJlimSDAVj JUNIi J4) tTi i i i ' "' ' ' ' r " ' "f " " ' ' " in i I'll NEW TELEPHONE Official Results of Special Election, Des chutes County The Largest and Choicest Variety of Women's & Children's Shoes . J ... . at a Remarkable Saving BEND'S PHONES WILL : NUMBER 540. w i fAflR A. lPBHjjKS WORK STARTED ff is. a e s , .8 g 5s 3 a- . g 8 a b- . 2 New Pole Lines Will Accommotlntc 30 New Telephone Patrons Second Kxtrnslon Which Hn.i Uecn Made This Spring. (Prom Tuesday's Dully.) Work began this morning on tele phone line extension to accommodate 30 more Bend families, who have ap plied tor phones. The work Is being tlono under the direction of P. L. Ferguson, construction foreman, of Portland, With the addition of these phones, over G40 phones will bo In operation from the llcnd office. The principal extensions will bo made along Ro vnro and East Norton avenues and on Kast Third street. Forty new lines have been installed In the Dcnd switchboard to accommodate the new phones, according to H. A. Wot tcrborg, wire chief of the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company lines In this district. Due to the many new applications for service through the Uend office, this is the PRECINCT 1. Uend M.-MS6 2. Uend 36 3. Uend v-.41 4. Uend 49 6. Uend 28 6. South Side ....23 7. La Pine 41 8. Lava 1 9. West SIdo C 10. Awbrey 11 11. Tutualo 52 12. Plttlnvlow .:.... 18 13. Sisters 14. Lower 15. Terrebonne ....39 16. Hcdmond 48 17. Tothorow ......30 18. Cllnc Palls ....24 Girls Orchestra; lecture, "Through Five Republics on Horseback," Dr. second time the construction crow o. Whltctlold Itay, P. It. O. S., "The has been called to Uend this year. , Livingston of South America," Mr. Ferguson brought four assist ants with him from Portland and will employ seven local men, as soon as possible, to carry on the pole lino construction. a is "a ' "o , r? S r ' S : c u H j III - r.. HIM ! o : I , Yes No, Yes No Yes No Yes No Yea No Yes No Yon No 13 26 42r5l28 46 20 69 14 32 38 70 12 IIIUI 9 12 28 19 14 29 & 32 9 17 22 40 9 9 20 30 81 16 41 10 61 ' 5 30 9 60 13 16 2S 36 28 20 47 13 67 12 44 23 64 13 6 '10. 26 13 16 29 4 33 4 20 16 41 8 16 12 36 10 26 28 14 37 8 8 35 9 40 12 14 39 23 26 34 8 46 9 25 28 51 7 2 4 2 4 3 Q 1 & 1 R ft 1 7 S 5 (5 S -J I Will 3 3 11 8 6 13 2 12 3 6 7 11 4 ' l P" 18 16 64 27 36 33 34 48 24 17 63 6S 15 I llllll 11 29 8 16 17 11 28 3 2 37 13 ID 'Mill 6 44 10 36 24 21 35 18 11 43 36 21 1 33 2 37 13 28 19 21 I 37 3 3?' 21 6 64 15 36 37 29 .19 22 14 49 14 00 I llllll 28 21 59 23 46 45 26 61 23 27 53 66 20 18 4 60 6 37 27 20 34 17 7 43 12 41 I 8 1 33 18 14 9 23 27 6 1 33 9 26 1 llllll 9 14 10 91 14 8 18 2 6 17 9 161 II ..7 29 16 14 19 13 23 10 10 27 20 19' H 15 20 2 27 9 26 23 12 9 27 12 26 t -J a isi ii 12 au V l 21! 14 lol 4 25 15 12 15 12 22 6 5 24 16 15 7 11 16) 7 14 21 5 22 5 6 19j 22 9 I ' llllll $2.50 $3.00 i 17 30 Hrldgc.lt- 24 Woiticn's White Canvas . Button Shoes, medium Women's White Canvas high top, French heel Women's White Canvas, &A Cf English toe, kid trimmed .. . P.W Women's White , Poplin upper, kid vamp, Louis heel, at j (( Women's White Canvas fcO f( PJ mJJ Deschutes 16 20. Alfalfa 23 21. Orange 9 22. Mllllcan .....V18 23. Urothers 12 24. Hampton ...... 20 6 14 26 Pumps, French heel, at .' Children's Canvas Pumps, fr CA Pumps, $125 5M. Misses' Canvas 8V2 to 13 Women's White Canvas Pump, Cuban licnl fcO OCC fcO Cf ai p-i&J iP.OU Misses' Canvas Pumps, C, Off 18V6 to 2 ..... V .AO Misses' Mriry" Jane Piimps, white solo and heel, sizes 2 (to OR to G. r. ,. .......... V J' Ladies' Dull Kid Bar Pumps dM fin French heel, all sizes P1. W ies' Patent Pumps, med- &A (( or high heels Ht.UU 25c Ladies' ium Shuwhite Polish, cleans and whitens all canvas or kid shoes Total 638 329232 747,337 506&66 344762 24731C 6661649 441 Evening Conccrt-entcrtalnmont. Military airls. A full evening of mirth, melody and mimicry. CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM OUT I 11 YEAR OLD BUYS LIBERTY LOAN BOND Kortl KnutiKiii Spcmh W), rnctl While Working fur llulletln, for CJovrniment Paper. (From Friday's Dallr Dullotln) Setting an example to many of (the older residents of Uend. 11 year (Prom Wednesday's Dally.) Pord Knutson, son of Mr. and Bend's Chautauqua Is teralded as' Mrs. M. D. Knutson, of this six happy snappy days." from Ju,y , Ju. J-ha.ed aL.b- more, the money hlch went to buy J, Clark Miotics, at tho Uend hos pital, a son. John A. Pausch, of Plfo, Is spend ing the day In Uend attending to business matters. Mrs. It. A. Dccth, of Portland, ar rived this morning to visit for a few days at the homo of hur daughter, Mrs. P. Rea Norris. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Puller, of IllooralngUin, Illinois, wero In Uend yesterday to meet their daughter, Mrs. G. A. Welter, of Portland, and to visit tholr son, II. O. Puller, of this city. Mr. Puller, 8r., Is re maining A few days In Uend, while Mrs. Puller and Mrs. Welter have gono to Portland. Economy is the Keynote, Buy Where You Can Buy Cheapest and Best Corset Covers : ;. 25c 35c 50c G5c Muslin Skirts .'. ,.75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 Envelope Combinations 75c 98c $1.25 $2.00 Muslin Gowns 50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 White and Figured Satteen Underskirts at v $2.00 Silk Petticoats $3.00 $3.50 $1.00 $5.00 Tub Silk Waists, plain and striped $3.00 $3.50 White Silk Stockings ; 75c $1.00 $1.25 2 to 7, Inclusive.' The Chautauqua comes this year when Uend will bo in the "go" spirit" with the celebra tion of the 4th of July and other activities .that lend zest to this mid summer holiday season. The committee in charge of sale of tickets will begin its work within tho jicxt week so that this detail may not be held until the last few days before the Chautauqua opens. As In former years that tho Chau tauqua has been In Bend, the junior Chautauqua will occupy a part of tho morning program. Miss Euthor Jane Clark this year will be in charge of the Junior Chautauqua as super visor. The program submitted for the Bend Chautauqua Is as follows: Tliui-Mluy Music Day. MornliiB Juniors, "Making Amer icans," Nature Stroles. Afternoon Concert, Royal Venet ian Band: community lecture, "The Adventure of Being Human," Mrs. Lorene Wiswell Wilson. Evening Grand Concert, Jos. Lo Zlto and Royal Venetian Band; pop ular selection, Mary Adel Hays; col oratura soprano, accompanied by Lo Zlto and his entire Band. Friday. Morning Juniors, "Making Amer icans." Indian stories. Afternoon Prelude, The Wasser Company; lecture, "Misunderstood Mexico," W. L. Melllnger. Evening Entertainment, The Wasser Company; motion pictures, Mawgon Antarctic Expedition, with Sir Douglas Mawson's own lecture, W. lu Melllnger, lecturer in charge. Saturday. Morning Juniors, "Making Amer icans," Japanese stories. Afternoon ".Stories of the South," Wood Urlggs; pageant, "Making Americans"; Junior Cbautauquans and "Miss Columbia." Admission 35 cento. Evening Closing entertainment, An Evening In the Alps, quaint Switz erland in song and story, Alpine echo songs, hunting songs, yodellng, GrauB Alpine Yodel'ers. Monday. Afternoon Opening exercises, Im portant announcements, superintend ent; concert, Lyric Glee Club; Im personations, Francis Hendry; organ izing Junior Chautauqua, "Making Americans." Evening Concert, Lyric Glee Club; popular lecture, "Ell and Den nis," Dr. Andrew Johnson, humorist. Tuesday. Morning Juniors, "Making Amer icans," Norse stories, Aftornoon-1-Prelude, Pillion Con cert Party; popular lecture, "Tho House of Man," Win. A. Done. Evening (Jomjert, Pillion Concert Party; lecture-oration ,"The Prfce of Progress," Gov. Georgo A. Carlson, of Colorado. Wednesday Patriots' Day. MorningJuniors, "Making Amer icans,' English and Irish stories. Afternoon Prelude, Military the bond was actually earned by tho yongster himself, representing a por tion of his savings while he has been working selling and carrying papers for The Bend Bulletin for several months post. Ford had a little moro than 80 on deposit In a local bank, he ex plained last night, but when tho sub scription lists for the bonds were thrown open, he promptly withdrew more than half ot'hls savings, making Uncle Sam security for his Investments. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS t (From Friday's Daily.) M. S. Brown, of Hampton, spent last night In Uend. Horn, Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. O'Donnell, a son. C. P. Seeds and C. A. Sherman are here today from Uarnee. Charles Umbach, of Lakevlew, Is spending tho day In the city. Miss May Thomson, of Prinevllle, was a guest In the city last night. ' Mrs. E. Rea Norris left last night for Portland to visit for two weeks. E. C. Thurston was in Uend last night from his home at Lakevlew. Uorn last night, to Mr. and Mrs. (From Friday's Dally.) Alan Helchu has returned to Uend from Portland. Mrs. A. Cohrs, of Prinevllle, vis ited last night In Bend. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Donovan are In Dcnd today from their homo nt Itllcy, J. H. arlfflth. of Sisters. Is in the city today attending to business mat ters. Dr. G. L. Cotlslneau left last night for Portland and will bo gon;rior several days. A. S. Holmes and family, .of the Lower Bridge section, were visitors In Uend last night'. W. R. Ward, Miss Alice Ward, and Miss Florence Ward left this morn ing by auto for Portlaud. Miss Audrey McCuen, of Hunters, Washington, Is In Uond visiting her sister, Miss Harriet McCuen. Pord Cex left this morning to at tend the wedlng of his sister. Ho will visit for a few days In Portland before returning to Uond. Dr. and Mrs R. L. Edwards loft Reed-Smith Merc. Company Central Oregon's Largest Distributor BEND, OREGON this morning for Salem to make Uielrj horseback this morning on a trip home, Dr. Edwards being compelled 'through the mountains to Olalln DR. TURNER EVE SPECIALIST, of Portland Visits Bend Monthly, Watch Paper for Dates, or Inquire of THORBO.V, IIE JEWELER COMING ! Another advance in the price on Auto Tires. If In need, protect yourself at the earliest date possible. , We Handle the U. S. None Better. t , Skuse Hardware Company Always Striving to Please IMPROVE ROAD to seek a change of climate for his I Butte, Pram there ho intends to go ,oalth. 1 1 Diamond peak, returning to Uend Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Rlchtor. "X way of Crescent Lake. ot Park addjtlqn, are tho parents of an eight and one-half pound ,ml)y jVILL uoy. itiuwicr aim nun uiu uuiu im ported to be doing well. The Uond Parent-Teacher Associa tion will meet Tuesday afternoon ut 2:30 In the new high school build ing. All Interested In the work of the association are urged to attend the meeting. Charles C. Uurhannn stnrted on Tuiniilo (irndo Curvf to Do Widened, l.t-ftM-iiliiK Dangrr. ( Prom Wednesday's Dally 1 The County Court has ordered County Surveyor George S. Young to survey the' curve nt tho top of the Tumnlo grade with tho vluw to wid ening It and establishing n bench at the top so that danger of nccldmit may bu lessened. Estimates wilt bo submitted to the court at Its meet ing Friday, Gilbert (Sb Son Tho only Moro in Uend where you can get your gro ceries and meats at tho same place. FKKE DKUIVKKV Phone lied U71 You have but one pair ot EYES IT PAYS TO TAKE THE BEST POSSIDLE CARE OF THEM Don't neglect for a single day examination of your eyes, if you think that you are troubled. EXAMINATION FREE ' Careful diagnosis made. Gtass es fitted if needed Factory on the premises. DR. C. H. FRANCIS Optometrist, Optician with Myron H. Symons, Jeweler ,0'Kuno Building f Dear Boys and Girls: My New TICK MOUSE STORY BOOK is Being GIVEN AWAY BV Myron H. Symons THE JEWLER Call and get one FREE. j Mr. Tick Mouse s H sfoRt: tHAf SV YmiLiVS6 Pgra see THE STORE THAT SETS THE PACE Hear the Bell ! A SUMMONS IS SOUNDEP to all men to appear beneath the eun, bedecked in one of our Light Falls, or a Smart Sinnet, or a Panama $1.50 to $6.00 Patriotic Neckwear Beautiful nsvy Hue lillc, decor- K f ated with the colors - - - Harmonious Haberdashery You will find here all the new smart styles in Soft Collars and we have also a wide and select assortment of Bow Ties Ybur--AdyantagiC-tb--B,uyHere t ; D 'i . .