The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, July 19, 1917, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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    IIKNII IIUI.MSTI.1, IIHND, OIIKUON, TliriLHDAY, .Il'LV 1, J17
PAGE n
Bend Women Make Schedule
to Work for the Red Cross
(Prom Tuoi1ny'r Dully.)
At n mount uinutliiK m which rut
rwwntiillvoH from tli tllfferrn' or
KiuiUiitloiin of thB city won itmmiit,
the Kit Crmw chapter hara iiimiI-j mi
oirtlliii) of tliH nrk to h done.
It WNft llwflldad that NjHIHN,
nliiniltlHi-wnHi mmiI bad nwk bit
iiihiIh her, three dnya 'i wck lie
IHK Ml nalii for thin woik which will
lm iliinn i tti lt'l 'n nenuituiir-1
tern oiUHMiltH lh Pilot Hun.i Inn on,
(IrMNIIWOtlll avenue.
The following In a mhfrtulf of lli
days nl for the llff. orn-aiilaa-;
tloiia. Anyone it i I helotipiiiis tu an
organisation will I" giadijr welenin-1
ed, aa ther are ap--inl day when
different group w.ll ! In ilmric
Tinvly. Auk ". Mr II K.
Ilrnoka; Wediieada, Auk . Mr, (' I
8. Iludaiiii, Thurada. Auk. . I'ur-,
r.l,l, I'OH HUM' MKNT 'Ml ItlJSII,
AMI .MUX WOltK A I.I. M;IIT TO
HAVIS IIIHMlKS-sf AXI.X 'I I.M
IIIEIt ll()l!lll.(JS.
(Krom ttatiiriJNy'a Daily.)
HurnlHi: nvr hh t of mor- thnn
SUU Hfrtw, flro lrtliiK (irmMlily
trow thM UHixtlNKHlhi4 ntuu of
t(iurit' ilKruilH. ur by thtr ray f
tlm mum lirMUKMt to foru by m bit
of hU. wm rttHrtt to lm HHilwr
control tlil mornlnx nr ih Arnold
irn ihvm, XI mllm out on the llnt
lliirmi road. I'lr flKhlm work4
HKHlmit tk flnmiNi train rly ytr
' iluy nftriiiMM uoill thin morulm:
wIimh lh tiroKrM of ih Ur wa
hwkml.
Jimt how KroMt tb ttuwr, wuW
m, Porml &MHrvUor W. (1. IUtlnK
wnn urwibl to h)', but t(wl ibM
tliH flrn bail dwitjit ovr r atctloM for-
wtml by vhIuumIm ln tlmor. xlthHr
tho property of th DrtHtkn-kVanlon
l.ubr Co.. or aitJolnlfiK timber
iwhmI by th- rowimwy Th fir ,
rlilufly knpt to th Krounrt. anil rt
portH whlvh lmv bn nrcwlvwl Iiuvm
mi fnr fallml to ahow whathur or not
tlin boat waa uf(trlnt to kill off tbn
trtmn.
Th bUu waa tbt flrtt tbla iimn
wlilrh the for of KovHmmunt mn
M th KroHHit haa btt Hiiakln to
i-opo with, anil llarM Smith, In
charx f Ihn fir flehlem, ant In a
eall to tha wm of fir for hl abort ly
bjforH 4 o'rloek ycatantay afternoon.
Six wtm warn riuh1 to tho arM In
KHttM, anil ata4 through thf ntttt.
hour oil u Ira nt your aorvwr at the
Mutropolllnn. Hu waltln. -A4v.
iiami'ton nrrrit.
(XpMlnl toTho Ilullatln.)
HAMPTON IIUTTie. July II.
Mm. Cbnn. Jniuoa and rhlldru rt.
turnml from llvml Wwlnwnlay. whurw
thny rtd uti rated tlif Kourth.
Mm, J. M. llrlckuy anil ion, Jlmwln
nutoml to DiiiiiI Krlilay to mt Mm.
Ilrlrkoy'a iliuiKhtor. Mm. Katmml
Marnlinll, ami two i-hllilrtu, of Por
wit Orovo, who ulll vlult with thum
nuvoral wtinka.
Mr Sullivan and family, of lloml.
H M
FIRE IN FDRESTj
i i
"ZlIIZy Asphcilt-Base V lfW!!
W Oil Ideal j KfCT
B Lubricant" S wWWu wTO Ii
FORD-E. I Vtiiil., o.li.itJ--
"Califnmia iplul.b oil formi an tdal lubricant
fur a lord car."
STUDnHAKGR-SlU.Wkfr Onifr, SiUui
"liavlns utl ZrruUna for otr ilx car, U Juall-
ficd in rrcomntendinu ii to ur of Siudclxkrcar."
DODGO McAnliur Hum., I'Umi
"bavo UK'd Zcrolcna rxclmivcly In all our Dutlga
Urotbere cart."
OAKLAND O.kUnd Auto S.Ui Convrnr, 1'ortl.nJ
"Zvrolrne lu proved a Mtufactory lubricant in our
Oakland can."
ZEROLENE
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Endorsed by Lending Car Distributors
brcauM tho rrcordi of their Mrvlce department how
that ZcroUne, correctly refined from California atpbalt.
bale crude, give crfect lubrjcaliou lea wear, mora
power, leatt carbon ikpoo't.
mmm iiuwcr. i;iua iivm w.-w. .
nut Tmiiiiiirn' AHsiirlittlnn; Tuesday,
Auk. 14, Library club; WinluoKilny
Aug. 1R, Pnmbyliirhiu (lullil; Thum
iluy, Auk-. 10, Ituptlnt (lullil ; Tuck
ilny, Am;. 21. Catholic Allur Hoclety
Wailiinndny, Am;. 22, Kiintiirn Hlitr.
Thumdny, Am;. 211, Hwedlnli Luther
mi Aid; Tuesday. Auk. XN. ClirUtlati
ftiiniit'e; Wetlm-ailay, Auk. 2U, Re
Imkah Lodge; Thursday, Auk. 30,
Methodist Alii.
Thl KcllKlllllo Will III followed In
rotation each niii,cenelve month
Thus mnnllie IihvIhk h fifth Tuna
iluy, WeilNeedny or Thursday will be
In charge of Mm. Hurry llronki, Mm.
Hudami iihI Mm. J. C. Vandnttrt.
respectively.
Any IihvIhk ilean linen or rottoii
"odds Hint hikU" are urged to nuvo
llii'in fur Him Red Crows work hero
aa ilit-y rlfti Iih iiihiIh lulu many use
ful nrlli-lea for lint nuldlor lioyH.
HtitoHd throiiKh Imm TliurHdny. Tlmy
arc limkliiK for u IoihIIoii, and think
of iHklUK U llOIIHMitoilll.
Norvnl lirowu hml llm nilNfortuno
ito hrimk IiIn iump, iiihI wmm com-
pelli'd ti iiuiiip wutor by liiinil for
Mi'Vi-rat ilnyii.
Mr Jhiii Iiiih rocuntly jiurchuHcd
tWII t'llWH.
IIitI MiMikn Hindu u IiiuIikhmi trip
to HfMiil Iniit wixik.
Win. Holm iiiikIh a trip to Ilnml
thU wnk for lumliHr, wlrn mid other
nupptliMi.
C'arrlo llrown wuh a vUltor of Mm.
! Ilrookliicn liiitt Thumdiiy.
Tit (hi KwIiik ruturiiDil fnmi Hend
Kttluriliiy.
tin lirowu HtoptoHl nt tho Drown
rmirh VllioiIny iilnlil.
Hurl ItoKr In worklm; for Norval
llrnN.
Mm. J M. Hrlrkny und crmidiioii,
Vallar Drown, wore vlcltora hur
lant ThunwlHy.
U. S. NAVY RECRUITS
DINE LUXURIOUSLY
.MU NitlliliiK On Hliibnriilo Mpiiii,
Wrllci lloli linn', Who KolMrd
ii Yimiiiiiiii I'rom Itftitl.
(Prom TiiMNlay'a Dully.)
How whII UnrlH Nam fnlii thn bo)
who havw onlUtml In hln imry In
howH by a curil Jimt rot-Mlvml hnro
from Dob IiiHtm. of thbi city, now In
lb yiwnianry rirvlH, by hU father,
Joph , Iuhm. Voiihk Iiiikmi ond
t.op). r , ,,Her , for Kounh
of July nl the Huu KruiiRbuiii norul
tmlnlHK ntatlon, mill acfumpanlea It
with tho HiMortlou that tlui rocrulla
atw vr'thlnR llatml, and that It wan
"am fi'tnl."
lltr la what tha lltmd aallor boy a,
anil huHdrwIa of nthara from all !
tlona of the country, ihuhhhihI to Kt
away wtth:
ItarilihM 8wt PlekbM (IrwtHiOnlona
Irtxl Cantaloup)
Crfnm of Tomato 8oup
Creuioua
Prlrandaau of limb
Oman (tarda Paa
KaktMl Snload Ham
Itoaat Yaunr, ChhkaH
()yatr DrtHMltiR
Olbhn Oravy MhhIuhI Ptttutuoa
AaparHKua on Duttwrwl Tiiast
Haarta of Lttuco Mahid
' Prtmi'li DrailiiK
Nnapolltau leo Urouiu
Pumpkin 1'lti Applo Pitt
Pull Troam CIihwih Touatod Oraokora
Marble Cnko UrHiimw lliinnnns
Mlxod Nutn mill ItulaliiH
C'lKum Coffwo
Want Ada only ONK CIC.N'T o word.
mm.tmrir s ' Trk
BEHGCANT MtCLINTOCK,
??
m
. 1. In Training
Ily ScrzcanI Alrxandtr AlcCllnlock,
I). C. ,M., b7lh Ourncnn Halt.,
Canadian (Jrcn. Ouardi.
Cup)rllil. IMT. ty m 11.11 Hyti
JU'Hlfi, Inc.
a
run r. wo u i).
Unit It a literary firottuct trhlrh It at
own an ailmtrablu I'suripfe of the force
of tlmi'to ritilltm in the diMcrliillon of
Ihlnyt which are difficult of ordinary
'omprcht niton, and n handbook and
yitlde for I'trru protprvtho oldtcr of
!wr nrmlci,
Nrrptant ilrVltnlork hai not written
itorlvi about the iriir. lie ha tcrltlcn
Ihe irar (far, rtduclno It, one might
ilmtttt ihu, to curdi of one millable,
yet bringing to the ronir viae, clear
lu and vividly, the vartoui aupctl of
Ihe yreat ttiugalc, hidden to all except
the ohih who ( actually a port of It.
( contribution to Ihe hiititry of the
ictir muit be ddnnl ua one tehlch
ihlHrt teith a new light.
It it fatrlnnllHD in lit timplielly, yet
'hrilllmi (h (f cimvlHclny detail. It
'eadt me, with ivcryrowina mf enm
lilting Intercut, from a miual romwr
latloH In o hotel in .Vrtr I'orJr through
wenrt of ttrife and LUhhI and thrilling
imflict to the moment when the king
ind ;urrn of Itngland lame to Ihe bciU
tide of (l Kentucky youth In t London
Hnipltal to thank hint in the name of
iheir nation for hit lervwit In the
rtit which we hare now tome In rco
tgnlte at that of itnirld humanity.
Mergmnt SleCllntoek received Ihe )(
ifiipudftrd Conduct medal before lenv
Ing Itngland for home on leave, lie It
returning In accept a eommiuiun in Ihe
Vanadlan oecrtcim forcet. Thf ttory It
Mil in ilcCllntoek' own unadorned
way, xr
I DON'T Iny rtnlm tu bclm; in noli of
ii wr;ter, and up till now f bavo
iii'vtT folt tlu rail to wrlli nny
rliliiK nlMtui my fxpcrlunrw with I lie
L'utiHdlMii triKHHt In lletitlum nml
Pramti. Ikh-humj I bavo nallel that
I Krnnt tnniiy othr liifil miw quite A
murb tii I did and ewubl lM't mo tell
ItilC uUmt It. Of t-our( 1 Im-Hivih1 that
my exiMTb-uce wan worth rebillUK, and
I IbouKht that tlu maltfr ulIUh-d In
the iieVhtapon by prufuMilAiuil writ
im Mrt of mUatid th aatiitUU and
liukwl tint aplrlt of tho "dlti'lKw" In n
IhM many way In tlte of lln exiel
'it literary Mtjlu. but I didn't kcu nny
rvitiHHi uhy It unx up to inu to mnk
in ffurt n u war hUturlau until now.
Now there U a reanoti, ax 1 look at It.
I bellevu 1 can ahow the two or tbri'O
mlllluua of my follow i-ouutrymeu who
will bu "outihero" ln)foro thU wur U
over what tbey aro koIhc to Ik up
aunliiKt uud what they ouchl to pre
pnre fur pcnwimlly uud Individually.
That U nx fur iin I nm koIuu tu ua lu
the wiiy of vxruve. oxpluimtlon or com-
'Doyt, for God'a aako don't call ma
Harry. Hare cornea tha ganorut!"
incut, cult It what you will. Tha rest
or my tuory m u Bimpio relation or
facta and occurrences lu tho order In
which thoy cumo to my notlco and Iitiiv-
pened tu uu. It muy blurt off n llttlo
lowly and Jerkily. Just nu wo did, not
knovvliii? wbnt wim coinlnir to us. I'd
llko to mid that It K't llto hot cuoukIi
to Hiilt mo lutnr nuvornl tluuis. There
fore, na my effort la eoluc to bo to
I'arry you rlcht uloug wltii mo in tins
account of my viperlowes, don't bo
r vvw i mm.
. -ov l i i ivr
. i lTT!vr&vVf'ii3 ii hii'(-cfi&
"OVER TIRE"
The Thrill and the Hell of
the Trenches, Described
by an American Boy.
Sergeant Alexander MtCHntock of Lex
ington, Ky,, and the Canadian Army Hai
Gripping Tale That Every American Will
Read, For He Tclli the Faoti Unadorn
ed. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduot
Medal Man, lie Woi Invalided Home,
but Is Going "Out There" Again toTJght
For Unole Sam and Hii Allioi. An In
spiring, Interesting, Ferwnal Narrative,
Full of the Spirit and Atmoiphere of the
Trendies.
Impudent If tiolbhiK very lintiortnnt
, aovina to come off at Hrt. I fr-lt u lit
tle ennui myat-lf at the Rctnway. ISut
that wmm cerlaluly oiih IhliiK that didn't
annoy mo later.
In tho bitter Kirt of Ortober, KM., I
decldiHl that tho I'nlted Hlatea oiislit
to be lighting iiI'iuk with IIiikIhikI mid
Prance on nermint of the wNy Ilelirlflin
bud Imtii trratcd. If for no other renaon.
An there neemed to be n conalderablo
dlvlnlon of oplulnu on thin xlut nmouK
tlir Moplu at home, I came lu the com
cliidldii that nny limn who wan free,
white mid twenty-one mid felt iih I did
oiicht to ko over mid Ret Into It kIiikIp
Imnditl on the aldo where bin convic
tion led him. If there wiNii't nomu par
tlcuhir reanou why he couldn't. There
foro I unld Koodby to iiiJ"imrenlH and
frlemlH In Leiliiflon uud Minted for
New York with tho Idea of khIIIiik for
Prance mid Joining tho 1'orelnu IcrIoii
of tho Prcnch army.
Decides to Go to Canada.
A coiijile of nlehtM after I got to New
York I fell Into conversation In the
Knickerbocker bar with n chap who
wan lu the re-onforceiiient comiHitiy of
PrlncH Pat'n rcKluiotit of the I'ana
dlaii font. After my talk with him
I tlM'hled to ko up to Canada nml look
thhiB over. I arrived nt the Wlndaor
hotel, lu Montreal, nt 8 o'clock lu tho
moniliiK a couple of daya later, and nt
10 o'llock that moniliiK I wax aworn
In an a private lu the Canadian Creiia
dler tninrd. High ty-ac von tb oiurtcan
battalloii, IJeiitelinnt Colonel P. K.
MelKhu comniamllnx. Tliey werejuat
KettliiK under way. mnkliiK oldler out
Of tln troop I cnlUted with, uud dla
clplhie waa nolle lux.
They nt once ;ao we a wcek'n leave
tu come down to New York and kettle
tip aouio Kmoiml nffalm, and 1 over
ntayod It Ihe daya. Alt that my com
puny commander aa'd to me when 1
Cot bark wiia that I nwuied to have
picked up Canadian habit very quick
ly. At a ruvlew one day in our train
ing camp I heard n major nay:
"Iloya. for Cml'a aako don't call me
Harry or nplt lu the rank. Here cornea
the Konenil!"
We found out eventually that there
waa n hhimhi fur the Mack liens of dla
eljdlne. The trouble waa tlutt men
would cullat to wt (1.10 n day with
out worktujc for It and would docort
aa noon am any ot mad It tuipliwaant
for them. Our otHcera knew what tbey
were alMiiit. ComlitkHm chaiigMl In
atautly wo went on hhlptwanl. Dlad.
pllue tlchlwd up o iih like a tW rwisj
on n colt.
We tralnetl In n wirt of caxual. easy
wny lu Canada from Nov. -I to the fol
lowing April. We bud a K od deal of
trouble keeping our battalion up to
atreiiKth, and I waa rent out aeverul
time with other "noneoms" on n re
cmltlnK detail. While wo were In the
trnluliiK camp at St. JoIiu'h I made tho
nciiuahitniice of nyounx Caundiau vfbo
bicame my "pnl. II was Campbell
McPnrlnud. nephew of Geo rue McPnr
hind, tin ucior who Is o well known
on tho American mtmlenl atase. lie
waa u Hergeaut. When 1 first knew
him he was one of the moat dolbjutful
and iitniiNtng young follows you could
IiiiukIuu.
Tho war i hanged htm entirely. He
became extnunely uulet and aeemwl to
be borne down with the neiiac of the
terrible-thtiiKti which be saw. He nev
er lost the good fellowship which wan
Inherent In him and was ulwayn ready
to do an) thing to old lire me. but bo
formed tho habit of Hitting, alone mid
dllcnt, for bourn at n time. Just think
ing. It ticcmed nti if he bud a premoni
tion about hlnibclf, tlioiiKh he never
nliowcil fear and never apoke of the
dangers wo wore going Into, as the
other fellows did. He was killed lu
the Souiiiiu action lu which I was
wounded.
I also bad been made a sergeant on
account of tho fact that I had been
at school In the Virginia Military In
stitute thut Ih, I was an acting ser
geant. It was explained to me thnt
my appointment would have to be
confirmed in Kngltind and then recon
firmed after three months' aervlco tu
Prance. Under tho regulations of tho
Canadian forces a unucommtssloucd
olllcer, after flnnl confirmation In bis
grade, can bo reduced to tho ranks
only by a general court martial, though
ho cau escape a court martial, when
confronted with charges, by reverting
to tho ranks ut his own request.
Forty-two hundred of us Milled for
England on the Kmpress of Urltnln.
sister ship to tho Empress of Ireland,
which was sunk In tho St, I.nwronco
river. Tho steamer was, of course,
very crowded and uncomfortable, and
tho eight day trip across wan most un
pleasant. Wo had trlpo to ent until
wo wero sick of tho night of It. A
sergeant reported one morning. "Bight
men and twenty two breukfasts ah
neiit." There were two othor troop
ships In our convoy tho Ilnltlc and the
(Coutluuod on Pago 0,)
Business and Professional Cards
VERNON A. FORBES
h a xv y k it
First National Hank Building
Hand :: :: Oregon
II. II. DcARMOND
i. a v y k n
O'Khikj IIullilInK, !!, Oregon
W. '.. KAUI.KNKIt, D, M. D.
II K.VTIHT
Units 6-8-10, O'Kane Building
riond, ... Oregon
i
DIt. J C VAKMBVKRT
i'ljyalt Inn nml Surgeon
Phone lied 271
Hours 9-12 a m., 1-C p. in.,
7-9 p m.
O'Kiiiie Ilulbllng.
W. O. MANNING, D. M. D.
Ilcnllit.
Sulto 12-14, O'Kano Duildlng
Illuck I7H1 llcnd, Oregon
GBOKOE 8. YOU NO
Civil nml Irrigation Kngloocr.
U. 8. Mineral Surveyor.
Room 12, First National Dank
Building
WILL OPEN MARKET
ON OREGON STREET
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Within a wnek or 10 days, Ben
Koaeman, recently moved to Bend
from Boston, Mas., will open on 143
Oregon street, an up-to-date meat
and produce market. Carpenters are
now at work remodeling the building
which will house the new onterprlae,
which Is to be known as the Union
Market. Mr. Roseman comes to Bend
after wide experience In the business
In the east.
thewalBurli
.cigarette
Toasted
tobacco
The ony hig
advance in 20 years
v in aparerte mnwrjj
.J
so)
n Oumneed by
V & h KM rami mm sj
m - wJ ii H a fj lt Kta jft
m ( Burley is
fir In
I rtlame good") I
VViobacco Jjf
ARTHUR J. MOORE
Ln-wyer
Ix)(f('ftl)ln (ulldlnjf
ilond, Oro. l,ono Black 1111
.). K. KNOKIIHKTHO.V,
I'M MIII.NO AM) IIKATINC1
117 Minnesota Hlrret
Estimates Cheerfully Purniahcd
Jobbing Promptly Done
0. V. NiftWONOKR, Bond, Ore.
LN'DKllTAKm
Urenacd Kmbalmer, Funeral
Director.
Phone Red 4 21. Lady Awt
DR. R. D. STOWBLL
Najirapntliic I'liynlclan
Over Logan I urnlturo Co
Wall Street Hours 0 to 5
Phone Hcd -UKi
0. 8. BENSON
Attorney At I vr
Benson Building, Wall Street
Bend, Oregon.
H. O. ELLIS
Attorney-at-Lnr
United States CominlMaloner
First National Bank Bulldlne
BEND, OREGON
'ARNOLD IRRIGATION
i MEETING POSTPONED
(From Tuesday's Dally)
Because so many of the ranchers or
the Arnold Irrigation project are buov
with haying, the basket picnic and
annual meeting of the water users;
and stockholders, planned to havo
been held on the L. D. Vlest lawn in
this city, was postponed yesterday ta
a later date this bummer
FRESH
Groceries
You have a right to
INSIST
that we see to it that your
money finds tho greatest pur
chasing power, and that you
Bet
QUALITY
goods for the money you pay.
RESPECT
we pay to this plan Is what is
building for us a big business.
HOWEVER LITTLE
the saving may be, It will
HELP.
We'll do our best for
YOU.
I'HONU BLACK 11
Eriekson's Grocery
JOHNSON IJLDC.
Wall Street
Joe Rock
CONTRACTOR
All kinds of
EXCAVATION
WORK
rock or dirt
BASEMENTS
STREET WORK. ETC.
Leave orden at
J. A. EASTES OFFICE
Oregon Sued
J L
Roofing of nil kinds, Repairing
promptly done.
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
TINNING AND
Furnace Contractor
Guttering, Spouting,
Cornices and Skylights.
k
Shoe Repairing1
Done in n FUlST-CliASS man
ner, whilo you wait,
L. Goodman, opposite. linker's
Grocery,