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ItKNI) IlUMiKTIN, I1HND, OHKGON, THURSDAY, .lANtAUY , 1018
WORK GOES ON
FOUR DAYS ARE NOW
Many yuctlonnnlrcs Arc Dclnjinl In
Jlnil Dcllniiucnt.s of 1m1 Tt
l)a Account For l-nrge
Number In Clnvs I.
(From Friday's Dally.)
That thcro wilt bo n fow delinquent
questionnaires Is to bo expected, said
n mombcr of tho local board today.
Ho stated that many of tho question
naires were- mailed In tho proper time
to got thorn to tho local board If tho
mall had boon normal, but the dc
layed tralns, tho heavy rains and tho
Christmas rush have nil tended to
crcnto a congested condition In tho
postofflces throughout tho county.
It Is expected iby tho draft board
that thoy will receive some word ns
to what will be dono with tho delin
quents. Probably on tho cvldcnco of
good faith on tho part of tho rogls
rant to get his copy to tho local
"board In the required time, tho board
will 1)0 allowed to extend the time.
All tho questionnaires for tho first
day are In tho hands of tho board ex
cept that of Eugenlo Sarravallc. This
has not been heard from nt the pres
Delinquents in yesterday's classifi
cations arc as follows:. Vaslla Fran
cu, James E. Peterman, Charles A.
HIscock, Vernon L. Calverley, Walter
J. Boyd, Shlgeru Sklyama, Charley
Kelson, George Smith, Steve Saban,
Sherman G. Wilson, Samuel E. Kline,
John C. Thompson, Naum P. Jordan,
Honry N. Fowler, Hugh P. Crow,
William J. Lyons and Eric Bolt. These
are all automatically placed in Clasa
I, on account of failure to return tho
questionnaires within seven days of
tho date they were mailed. Several
of the men In the list arc already in
the army but the local board has not
received formal notification of this.
Because of tho vacation on Christ
last night catching up on the classi
fications, all of which are now up to
The following were completed yes
terday: Class I
Ben Henry .Morris.
William G. Cox.
William It. Van Vleet.
Naum Pandorff Jordan.
Tom It. Eglln.
John Clarence Thompson.
Ernst Frank Fields.
Ivan G. Murphy.
Henry JC. Fowler.
Joseph Francis Desllet.
Shelby Louis Allen. ,
Hugh P. Crow.
Harry Henry Helslng.
Joseph Edward Bozell.
Georgo Henry Barclay.
Charley Allen Keith.
Charles Edward Axtell.
Edward James Peterman,
Ralph W. Miller.
William W. Griffith.
Dennis D. Hunt.
Charles A. Hiscock.
Henry W. Revelle.
Charles A. Nlchell.
Homer C. Grogan.
Cecil H. Pratt.
Claud O. Smith.
Ward II. Coble.
Sherman G. WlUon.
Stanley J. PJerco.
Frank 8. Francis,
Earl P. Updike.
Italph II. Fairfax.
Henry I. McKIm.
George Wayne Hall.
William E. Searcy.
Louis II. BIco.
Ray E. Cloveland.
Orlea O. King.
Emel Arthur Nelson.
James L. Southwortb,
Troy Edgar Lynch.
Sylvester L. Staats.
Willis II. Nicholson.
Mlphael B. Wlllard.
RoJjert E. Huffschmidt.
Delmar B. Davis.
James Everett Rothgeo.
John Walter Schrunk.
Chester G, Springer.
EVEN THE FIREMEN ARE KNITTING FOR
ism A'Htamtabsssstamn ! imvH1 tmam t m mj r-.j tm Trv7rj am -. ir . . .. M.r ,,k m?ti v.vi.iju
Knitting for the soldiers Is no longer confined to th women. Tln llremen of Homo. N. Y hnvi found quite
n deal of time to spare while waiting In their flrehousc fo bliuei to Mart. So all day and all night those on duty
are nt their knitting turning out socks for the American fund for French wounded, which luMullcd three Unit tins
innchines In englue house No. '2,
Napoleon J. Marchand.
Norvnl L. Springer.
Arnold W. Huffman.
COJDIEItCIAIj BODY HAS DIS
BURSED NEARLY 91500 DUK
IXG YEAR BOUGHT LIBERTV
BONDS FOR RED CROSS.
(From Friday's Dally Bulletin)
The annual financial report of the
Bend Commercial club, Just issued by
Secretary E. D. Gilson, shows a bal-
anco in the treasury at the present
time of $20.93. Club expenses for
the year have been J1574.S9, tho
largest single Item being $350 for
Liberty fconds, which were turned
over to the Red Cross.
Membership dues during the year
amounted to $1302. Club funds on
hand at the beginning of the year
amounted to $393.83.
The report Is as follows:
Jan. 31, 1917, balance in
First National Bank $
Balance in special road fund
Membership dues received
during year 12C
Total receipts from nil
Foh. 7, Maglll & Ersklne,
ledger for secretary $ 1.75
Feb. 7, Western Union, tel
egram to V. A. Forbes .45
Feb. 7, H. J. Ovcrturf, sor-
vivce and expense, Stra-
horn Ry 52.00
Feb. 21, Fred N. Wallace,
contribution Irrlg. Con-
REPORT OF CLUB
"the best oil
J. W. Li!tf u Co , San Frtndwa
. "From our exluutiive i of Zrrolrnr, we think It u tha
bt oil for uc In our can."
AmtAun Auiumobitr Ci,,Tjcim
"tried ZcroUne in Ro can; rrtulls no boh! that we have
been entirely converted."
t.nch.FrtwIrr Molor Cu , Sjn Ffindun
"(xcellent mileage with minimum rarlionuation."
Cujttr Lee, Oaklinrf
"Zerolene luu given u perfect Mtiifartion."
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Endorsed by Lending Car Distributors
- because the records of their service departments show
that Zerolene, correctly refined from California asphalt.
base crude, gives perfect lubrication less wear, more
power, least carbon deposits.
cl---TfVSJUo-v mdr IkVi'W
March 1, H. J. Overturf.
February salary 125.00
March 1, II. J. Ovcrturf, ox-
March 15, J. A. Hastes, post
March 15, Ilend Pross. print
April 1, II. J. Overturf,
March salary 125.00
April H. H. J. Overturf. ox-
April 25, R. W. Sawyer, ex
penses Desert Land Board
April 27, telephone
April 2S, Bend Bulletin,
May 21, F. Thordarson,
work, track field
May 25, II. J. Overturf. ex
penses to Portland road
Juno 2, II. J. Ovevrturf, sal
ary April, May
Juno S, First National Bank,
acct. Llborty Bonds 350.00
Juno 30. Bend Bullotln.
Juno 30, Mrs. G. W. Shrlncr
July 25, Miller Photo Co.,
Aug. 7, II. J. Ovcrturf, July
salary and expense ..........
Aug. 7, Bend Press, printing
Aug. 7, Oregon Voter, print
ing Aug. 7, Charles W. Ersklne,
Oct. 2, Bend Bulletin, 3000
Nov. C, R. G. Blackwoll, auto
Dec. 1-19, R. W. Sawyer, ex
penses Llborty Bond cam
paign Dec. 2S, cash blaqco oiHiaud
E. D. GILSON,
Sacretnry Bond Commercial Club.
Road tho accounts of tho German
War Practices, begun lis this Issue of
(The Bulletin. Thoy will contlnuo for
the. next few months.
VctUn orrjrwhrre ind st our
tcrnlcc iistiixK, '
For tract on. Ttrolmt
Heavy -Duty 11 ).
HEARS FIRST CASEi,
(From Mnudny'H Dally.)
Tho agreement butwuou (ho saw
mills mid tho Tlmbcrworkors' Union
for tho settlement of ilHput's over
tho discharge of nmiilnvim wim
brought Into use for the first tlmo
last week when I.oe McFnrron, dls -
charged by the Ilrooks-Scanlon com
pany on a chargo of Incompetence,
requested n hearing before tho griev
ance committee. Tho hearing was
sot for Saturday afternoon but be
fore any testimony was Introduced,
Vernon A. Forbes, stating that tho
company wlshod to eliminate tho
troublo and Inconvonlonco of a long
hearing, said that ho hnd been auth
orized by Manager Kocs to announco
the company's willingness to place
tho discharged man In another posi
tion with oqual pay. This offer was
accepted and the caso dismissed.
Do not miss tho accounts of the
Gorman War Practices, liegun In to
day's Issho of Tho Bulletin.
John's bringing home
A fellow very 'fussy
And I must use
To keep from get.
I wish wc had another
I don't know what to
"n yours for
Screws Into pres
ent socket. No
extra wiring re
quired. Provides Two Elec
from One Socket
47.25 I X J9J
io.oo ! AKk liJ' !
ru r.i ' ti
FAIL TO CARRY.
Only 1.15 Villi CiiM In Mpechil City
lllcvtlnn City Will ,111) Hliiul.
of Fund, Sa)N .Member of
the I'lnmico Cniuinlttrv,
(From Bnturdtiy's Dally)
With each of tho fhroo measures
voted on nt thn special city election
defeated, the polls were closed Inst
night after 155 ballots hnd huiiti cant.
Ah a rosult tho city must
preparo for a lunu year on
nccnuutnf tho financial shortage,
which tho council hoped to remedy
If the proposed $25,000 budget had
been passed. Including tho six per
cent Increase which tho council In
permitted to mnko In tho budget
without the vote of tho people, tho
rensury will hnvvn In It during 1018
a sum In tho neighborhood of $10,
1100, whereas It required nearly
$20,000 to pity expeiines this year.
Nliortngi' of I'iiiiiIn.
According to Clyde McKay, chnlr-
,na" of lho " committee, none
j"f ,,," Imnrovummm iitmlo this year
could havo been held off an they went
cut down till only tho nlmolutoly
nccesH.-iry ones remained, "There
wasn't iinough Interest shown by tho
tnxpayurs In tho election," ho said.
"If havo to cut off tho lights or
something of that sort thu buslurss
men will reullie they should have
voted mora funds. Tint city will havo
only 35 or 40 per cent of tho money
needed In Its operation."
Xalluro to pass the men mm which
would mnko the Bancroft art effec
tive In Bend virtually stops most of
tho proposed street Improvements, ns
tho same old method of paying for
them will continue. Under the Ban
croft act bonding companies mny fl
nanco an Improvement while It Is
being mado. When tho cost Is learned
tho city council Issues bonds which
run for 10 years and which are pay
able semi-annually. By the presont
mothod property mny bo sold for tho
cost or tho construction work within
30 days after notice Is given.
Klcrtloii l ('liiiiigiil.
Undor tho present arrange
ment, according in a city official, all
of tho six councllmeu will bo elected
now every two years Instead of hav
ing tho terms expire on alternate
dates, as n result of tho defeat of lho
Thn votes counted showed tho fol
Bancroft Act amendment
No Want too Big-No Want too Small
That Bauer's Grocery can't fill for you
And riclhrr promptly nnd In thn Ixwt condition, Our
Krocerlcn, produce, fruit nro always frenh, Our sunltnry
refrigerator counter keep our dnlry pod net cimiI anil
fresh, llcst prices In canned kmhU of the beat brnuda.
Wall Street. Near Oliio Phone Red 1G1
THE PORTLAND HOTEL
The Rose City's world-ianicd hotel, occu
py in j( uu entire block. All Outside
rooms. Superior dining and grill ser
vice. An iitmosphere of refinement,
s with it service of courtscy. - -
European Plun; $1.50 nnd Up
RICHARD W. CHILDS, Manuger
HUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Iron, Dronze and Semi-Steel Castings for
Power Transmisiion Machinery; WooJ Pipe Fittinij, Grate
Bar, Agricultural, Mining anil Saw Mill Machinery, Ornament
al and Structural Iron. WE ARE PREPARED TO RUSH
YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK
EN CASTINGS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA
For 7 1
Against ... t
lllimittiil City Hluntloiw
For i. r.D
AkiiIiirI t :t
It Is ilKflciilt lo Hiiy what tho tax
lovy for I lin next your will ho until
various flituii'H urn uumpHou. Tho
city alroudy Iiiin ii bonded Indebted
ness of $00,000 for sow em, Mfi.OOO
tor Hlrahorii terminals, and fit), GOD
fur refunding IhiiiiIh, Aii uiitoiunllo
lax lovy provides Intercut on those.
SUIT IJROUCHT TO
I. W. W. Who Wiii ,cllo In limit
l,nt HprhiK Mny llno Nittur
(Ilr Unltnl I'rru to '11m Ilrit.t llulMln.)
POItTLANI), Due. 2S- Assistant
Federal A'ttoruey Ituuklii bus today
filed a suit to revoke the nnturulljta-
tlou grunted to Carl Hwolxln on tint
grounds that Swolglu Is nit I, W. W.
worker ami could not truthfully sub
scribe to the constitution.
This Is tho first suit hroiixht In the
country tin those grounds.
Hwnlgln wns uctlve In the Bond ami
Kliuimtli I. W. W, work and was ar
rested In the latter town,
Swolglu came to lleud curly hint
summer nnd opened mi I. W. U.
headquarters In July he wns arrett
ed and taken to Portland for exam
ination by Federal authorities but
wns not hold, letter ho wont to
Klamath Falls nnd was arrested lhr
In the country whin round-up of sus
pected I, W. W, members,
THRIFT STAMPS SOLD
HERE BKING IN 61)0
(lilldrrn Hliotv lntrrrit In Hr.vlu;t
Hchcmo no Man ltit I-'he
I From Frldny's Dnlly.)
Why not make a Now Year' reso
lution to buy so many thrift ttampi
a woekT Postmaster Ford sugxm
that men put part of their cigar al
lowance In stamps. Women could
inslly find somo similar source or
About $600 worth of tho stamp
have been sold In Bend thus fnr, On
account of the Christmas rush very
little Interest has beou shown In t.)i
sales but now that here Is more tlmo
It Is hoped thoy will Increase, A ol
no one hns mado application for plao
as agent for tho money saving stick
ers. Children nro taking much Intorrwt
In the scheme and tunny of thu ZU
rent stamps nro paid for In pennli.
The largest number of certificate
stamp owned by nny one person so-
'fnr Is five
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