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IIKNII BULLETIN, IIKNI) OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUHt H, 101H
PEOPLE MUST STEEL
SELVES FOR WAR.
Moil Worried Over UiinIiiitin Mutter
Alnlio Poor FJKliterN Wiir In-
Miimiro iuiiI Civil lU'lli'f
(From Hiilurduy's Dally)
Bringing to Ilond tlio iiuinmiiko of
tint lltnlo Council of Dufonso Unit tlio
pillipll) UlllSt HtlMll tllOIIlHIllVlm (O (ill-
dure until tlm (Ionium porlt In ended
for nil time, ami I ho message from
tlio war tloiiiirtinoiit Hint our young
iiuni must bo clean mill Mtuy cluun In
order to do thulr purl In ending that
peril, John K. Kollock of thu coun
cil nml Ctijitiiln Richard Russell of
thu Nntlounl nriiiy uildrossml u lnro
uudluiici) nl tlio gymnasium last
night. Colonel lllhbnrd ot thu Mult
nomah (Until (liiitnl also spoke.
Contrary to (ho unnounroiiuint first
Hindi), Indies worn Invited to uttitnd
thu affair mid to hoar Mr. Kollock
nml Colonel Hlblmrd, hut wuru ru
liumtml to wltlulruw huforu Captain
Russell began hi talk,
In opening IiIh nclilrtixa, Mr. Kol
lock flmt tnlkitd especially to thu
drafted iiidii, saying that It wan tlio
wish of llin wor department that ln
foru leaving hoiiiu lliuy m'o a lawyer
and go over thulr IminIuoiui nfTnlrt
with him, li'iirn how to draw a deed
mid to iixi'cuto n power of iiltornry.
Muu who wit r it worried hy bimliKHis
attaint wuru not good fighters, he
said, mid thu depurtuiimt wan niixlotiH
thnt nil IiiihIihm worries lie rem veil.
Ho mat described IIih two rwitt
lawn piiUHitd hy eniigriMts for thu liuuo
fit of soldiers mid unllorn. Ono wan
thn war rink Insurance law, provld
liiK that every soldier or mil I or must
allot part of IiIh pay to hi depend
until, who also received an nllownnru
from thu government equal to thu
nllulmnut. Thu law titno provldud
rompitiiNatlon for Injury nod Insur
niiro In cone of death, all houufltii b
ItiK avallnhlu without thn Interior
mini of ntloriiHyN.
Thu othur law wos thn soldiers'
mid sailors' civil rullof law, designed
to protuol muu In thulr civil right
whllu serving their country, Its
general effect lit to mnlntnln all thulr
rights an thuy existed whuu thuy lufl
Leaving thin subject, Mr. Kollock
thou dlKCiimiod general war questions,
urging that committee hu organized
for war work and thnt thnru hu no
thoiiKht of puncn until thn wnr wan
wnll won. Mr. Kollork's remarks
wuru frequently niplnudud, especially
IiIh utiloKy of President WIIhuii.
Colouiil lllbbnrd, who followud Mr.
Kollock, spoke ot thn organization
of thu Oregon inllltnry pnllrn and of
thn lloino (liinrd organizations.
Captain UuhiioII'h talk to thn in on
wan a combination of thu thruo lec
ture kIvuii soldier at thu training
ramp mid wan ruculvud with cloun
County JuiIku llnrnoH prosldcd nml
mimical uuinhiirH wuru plnyud dur
liiK thu firm part of tlio meotnlg hy
Mm. M. II. Morton, Mm. H. V. Ward
mid It. I), Kutchum.
Not to Ho Ignored.
Thn kldnuyH arc iih Important to
good hualth iih thu honrt, lungs, stain
noli or nuy organ In tlio body. Lanio
hark, hwoIIoii JoluU, soro iuubcIoh,
rlimunatlo aches and pains, arc nioHt
oftun signals of kldnuy trouhlu. Foley
Klduuy Pills glvo rulluf In kldnuy
trouhlu HUffororH. Thuy banish bind
dur Irregularities. Sold uvorywhoru.
REfl, U. li.
When you wallc into a dependable
'Shoe store and ask for a pair ot
liucKiwcirr Army Shoes, you
can be sure
Tint this Army Shoo ii up
to itamurU that it u
mado by workmen who
Imvo turned out more than
600,000 Army Slioci under
eincrt siinrtvitlon and that
it ii backed by n record of more than fifty
years of honett tho manufaclunng.
Look for our reRutcreJ trado name
Duckiiiiciit ttamHl on the sole of every
Shoo for our mutual protection.
At your iloulora or If ho In not imppHod
m.. iMTjC AA ,4
in v.y 1.-Jk.W
cllrout from tlio munuiuotui'ura
Huoicinqiiam A IIuoitT. Hun Frunolscu
Hliould your dnalor bo iinnblo U
manufacture IluckliiKtmiu & llocht,
hIiooh you tlwilro nml wo will lmvo your
ONE OF INTEREST
For startling flcuiilo k rami our thnru
aru fuw iiiitomohllo trips In tlio wont
thnt comparo with that over thu Me
Konzlo pitMii, between Eugono and His
turn, Oro, Thliijn onn of thu favorltn
ronton for Callfornla-UruKon tourists,
many of whom travul north through
Cuntrnl UriiKou via Iluud and Hlstors.
From HlNturn, which has uu olovu
tlon of uhotit 2, COO foot, thu road
climbs Htundlly through tlio ynllow
plnn woods to thu top of tlio pass,
whurn tlio crest of tlio Cuscudes In
runchod ot uu uluvntlnu of n llttlu
over 0,000 foot. Thu road-In sleep
mid In noiiio pluce Ih nnndy. Hmnll
powered can frniiiuutly havu trouhlu
In thin Hand, which In dry wouthor
nouiiih to hu of bottomless duplh, and
It In not mi uiiuhuiiI sight to hod half
n dozen IlKht cum stuck an ouu of
thu Huvurnl ntuup nnndy hills on thu
unnturu climb up thn iiinuutaltin.
There In no way out of thin dullmmu,
excepting for all hmuln to not hulilud
and imnli thn rnr iihund until It can
Knln nolld foolliiK HKnln.
Owr l.nvii l-'li'liN.
Oiicu nl thn niimmlt, thu rond turux
Hhnrply to thn Mouth, droppliiK off at
n brink kmiIu, hut fuw pnnnuiiKUM
nru hlunu oiioucli not to ntop In
nmiiViimiMit nl thu vlow that coufrontH
thum. A tumhlliiK, hlnrk wall of
lava lion directly ahcud, ntrotclilnj;
for in 1 1 on to thu north mid unnt, on
which thnru In uuvur n truu, nhruh, or
hlmlo of Krnnn. To thu rljht thu
curloiiH nuciirlonf punk of Mount
U'nnhliiKton rlnun ovur Itn miiow-cov-orod
Ikmoiii. Thu forhlddliiK concn of
Unlknnp mid lllnck crnturn nhow ovur
thu rlvur of Invn, iiIoiik which thu
rond rutin formlloH.
In nmiiy placun It In rouch koIiir,
thoiiKh thorn ban boon ao much travul
ovur thin road that thu rockn nml Invn
nru Huh! to hu rounded off to a tloKPtu
that tnnkun thum lunn novoro on tlron
tb nn would hu linnclnod. Tlio Invn
ntroain, when mIiiiIIiik ltn way down
thu mouiitnlnnlden hnn occanlonnlly
reaehoil n knoll hlKhcr than thu ml
Jncunl ron n try, and thnnu ntnnd up,
truu covered mid Kreuu, llkn onnnn
In thn hlnrk dnirt of hnrduiied mud
mid rork thnt not an loiu: nr.o poured
ovor thin pnrt of thu Cnnrndnn.
Allhoui;h thu forent norvlcn hnn
boon nt work on thu road down thu
wentvru nlopu of thn pann, that part
from thn nummll to Aldur Hprlm;s
hnn Iiboii badly wnnhud out and In In
poor iihnpu. Thu lowur porttmin of
thu doKcont, howevur, nru In fairly
Kood condition. Aftur thu lava hedn
havu boon lufl hchlnd, thu rond
pannun u number of charming moun
tain ponkn, ovor which thn cront
miow punka of thu Thruu Hlntum
ntnnd Kuard, thulr claclorn plainly
dlnrnriiahlu from thu rond. Thu rond
Dually reliction thu MrKunzlu rlvur,
followhiK that hcoiiIc trout ntroain
Into KiiKunu. It Ih rough nud In
rnthor poor nhapo an far nn Illuo
rlvur, thoiiKh roadlly piiHnablo for
Tourlatn unntwnrd hound would
probably havo thu naniu trouhlu with
nmnl that many woHtwurd bound enm
oxpurlunco, uxcoptliiK aftur n cood
rain. Travoloni ovdr thn pans lant
weuk found tlio rond wull pnekud,
hownvur, iih a result of thu NtoruiB
ot thu wonk. provlouH.
NEW TENNIS COURT
IS BEING ENCLOSED
Thn now tonnln court rocontly com
plotud on thu Pilot Huttu Inn rouiulR
In boliiK oncloHod with wovun wlru
today. Tlio court Ih now ready for
thu plonnuro ot tlio Knouts ut tlio
llicre's just one thing
to remember ask for
the Duckiuxiit Army
Shoe by name and be
jtire thtit you get it.
Then you will appre
ciate why it is worn by
Office Men Fanner
and others in every walk of life.
$6.50 to $8.00
Hiipply you, noiul hbi .liunio to tho
Bun Francisco. Kiioloso irlco of
order flllod. I
I hi Xs I
MAKES RACE FROM AL
BANY TO LA PINE.
i:. It. Keller Tnken In CuMody by tin;
OfllKTN ViMtwilfi)' Held Until
I, Inn County AutliorltleM
(From Monday's Dally.)
CharKud with kidnapping; hlri four-
yonr-old noil and nloallriR n Hudson
nupur nix car, K, It. Fuller, who
Klvos IiIh homo nn Klamath Falln,
wan hold nl I.a Pino by C, U. Clark
yontorday nfturnoon upon Informa
tion furulnhud by thu Hliorlffn offlcu
born until U. A. W. Nixon arrived
to laku cbarKO of tho man.
Yontorday mronliiK Hhurlff 8. K.
Koburtn ruculvud word from tho Linn
county uuthurlllcH that Fuller bad
kldnnppod tho boy and wan hoadlui;
toward Ilund with tho Idea of croin
ItiK thu California lino buforo ho
could bo appruhundud by tho author
Tho car pansrd tbrotiKb Ilond
cnrllor In tho day, and whon tho
nuthorltlun bad boon nblu to locato
It mid thu driver word wan nent
ahead to Dr. Vanduvort, who wan on
tho road, to bo on tho lookout for
thum. Dr. Vanduvort relayed thu
mennat;u to La Pine, and whon thuy
arrived thorn Mr. Clark ordered thum
to ntop. Thin they at flmt rufuHud
to do, but later when Mr. Clark used
pernuanlon did no.
Fuller lant night, nftor rctiirlnj; to
Iluud, declared that ho had not kid
napped thn boy or stolen tho car.
Hu mild that thu trouble had comu
out ot si dlvlrcu casu between him
nolf and wife. Saturday uvunliiK ho
went to thu bouno of bin wlfu, who
runldun In Albany, and took IiIh llttlo
non mil rldliiK- After ho had him In
thn car the Idea enmu to him to tako
thn child with htm to Klamath Falls.
Hu (lode ron that thn car In h!n prop
erty mid that hu ban alroady paid
ovur JT.00 on It.
With Keller In tho car wore two
mou, and It In pnwumod by tho
authorities that theso two men wcro
nctliiR nn rnlayn In driving. Thu trip
from Albany wns tundu In tho night,
and nt tho rntu thuy wore driving
would hnvo ronchl thu California
lluu beforu daylight thin morning.
Fuller wan releanod from custody
thin morning under tho nurvclllonco
of n doputy aherlff, who will romaln
with him until aftur tho Linn county
nborltt nrrlven It oro, which Is oxpoct
ud will bu somo tlmo this evening.
BEND HERD BREAKS
OPEN MARKET RECORD
(From Monday's Dally.)
(Ilr UnllcO I'rru to Tht IknJ ilullrtln.)
POHTLANM), Aug. G. All open
niarkotM for aummor cattle wuro
broken today whuu a carload ot
cattle, Hhlppud by John Hayed of
Hcnd, Hold at $12.76 por hundred.
hi:v. nitKVKJ ok Tin: xohwi:-
IAX I.UTHKUAN fllUHCIl WAS
Will 18 YKA1LS MOUK THAN M
MILKS XOUTI1 OF XOMK.
(From Saturday's Dnlly.)
ltov. T. L. llrovlg of tho Lutheran
church, who tomorrow night will nd
drosa tho congregation on tlio ex
porloncuH of a missionary among tho
Eskimos, Ih well nbln to discuss thin
Hubjoct. Mr. llrovlg wan sunt Into
Alnskn by thu Unltod States govom
inont lu ISO-t, In caro of a rolndeor
uxpurlmont utatlon which had been
oetnbllHhud there. Previous to this
ho bad boon a teacher In tho schools
lu Mluuosotn, mid upon taking up
his Alaskan duties ho taught tho
KsUlmoa nt a school established by
Ills only companions woro tlio Es
kimos nnd Bovornl Laplanders who
hnd boon Imported Into Alaska by
tho United Stntos govorniuent to
tonch tho Alaskan nntlvos tlio uses of
tho rolndoor. Ho romnlued In this
country, ovor 00 miles north of
Nome, tor ovor 18 years, whon ho
roslgnod and camo to tho States.
Whon ho wob called upon to fill
tho pastornto Uoro, ho lind roslgnod
from both tlio ministry and actlvo
llfo. but accoptod tho call bocauso
ho bollovod It his duty to inako con
cessions which would rollovo youugor
mon for war aorvlco.
WILL KEEP GYM
MEMBERS TO HAVE ALL
Hwlintnliitf, Pool nml ItoulliiK, an
Well iim Club ItiMiinn, to Ho ut
DIhimwiI of Keillor MciiiImth
from 10 Until MldnlKbt.
(From Friday's Dally.)
All departments of tho Ilond Ama
teur Athletic club gymnasium aro to
bo open from 10 o'clock Sunday
morning until midnight, Including
pool, bowling, pluugo and gymna
sium. Thin wan thu dcclnlon arrived
at by thu members who attended tho
maun meeting at tho -gymnasium last
night. When tho schedule of hours
at tho gym woro arranged It was
planned to clone all departments on
Sunday, with tho exception of tho
club rooms. Thin has been over
ruled by tho members on the ground
that Sunday Is tho only day on which
many of tho members have the time
to tako advantago ot tho various
forms of recreation.
The bourn havo been arranged at
from 10 until 2 o'clock for tho men,
Including tho plungo, pool and bowl
ing. From 2 until C tho club will
bo turned over to tho women mom
burn, and from 5 until midnight will
again bo nt tho disposal of tho men.
Sunday will bo for senior members
only. No juniors aro permitted In
tho building on this day.
All sunlor members In tho plungo
during any hours aro required to
wear suits, and two committees of
three members each, ono of mon and
onn of uomon, aro to be appointed
by President Johnson to decide upon
regulations regarding thu suits which
aru to bu worn.
Upon motion by Clyde McKay a
rod and gun division to tho club Is
to he organized, Presldunt Johnson
being Inntructud to appoint a com
mittee of throo to look after this
work, Tho purposo of this division
would be to tako up matters of in
terest to tho sportsmon In this sec
tion, making an effort to rotaln the
fish hatchery, ntock streams and
other work affiliated with this divi
sion. On Sundays no ono undor 1C years
ot ngo will bo permitted within the
gymnasium, either for recreation or
to bo employed.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Nam 05 of tho committeemen ot the
Commercial club who havo been
chosen to look Into tho matter ot
securing a National Guard company
for Uend wuro mado public by Presi
dent Foley yesterday and includos:
II. W. Skuso, II. H. DcArmond, II. J.
Ovorturf, D. O. McPherson, R. W.
Sawyer, A. Whlsnant and J. 11. An
derson. Mr. Foley also announced
tho flro committee in tho pcrsonnol
ot J. A. Hastes, Clark Rhodes and
H. C. Kills.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Wilbur H. Hudson has been ap
pointed to tho position ot acting post
master in tho placo ot H. H. Ford,
who has resigned tho position. Mr.
Ford expects to leavo on an extended
vacation trip within tho near future.
Mr. Hudson will act In tho capacity
ot postmaster until tho now appoint
ment is made.
LKROY S. MKLCHISKDKCIC IS UK
rOHTKI) AS .SKVHItr.LY WOUXD
Kl) IX FRAXCI3 PAHKXTS NOW
L1V1J IX HPOKAXU.
(From Snturdny'8 Dally.)
Prlvato Loroy S. Molchlsedock, a
former resident of Iluud, Oregon, Is
listed ns sovoroly wounded In tho
casualty list received from Franco
today, Prlvato Molchlsodock resided
in this city for n nuinbor of years
previous to loavlng horo about 15
months ngo for his former homo In
Michigan, where ho enlisted In tho
army at tho outbronk of tho war, and
was tho son ot Mr. and Mrs. Hubort
N, Molchlsodock, also formor rosU
dents, but now locatod lu Spokano,
having lott horo about six months
Which, do you want
for your 10c ordi
nary plug or lasting
B-fr n::rir: ...
'k fc$$Jfc Shewing Plug
ft UDsflr 10c
IS OF THE BEST
.NO HLAKKH Alii: HKPORTKD IX
TIIK DISTRICT FIHK OX TIIK
KLAMATH INDIAN RKSKRVA
TION IS III.'ING IIKLD.
fFrom Friday's Dally.)
The fire situation on tho Deschutes
national forest rcservo and In De
schutes county Is the best It has been
slnco the opening ot the dry season,
according to the state and federal
officials. No fires arc reported on
tho resorvo or within the county, the
only danger now threatening Is from
a second flro which has been raging
on tho Klamath Indian reservation
for the past three weeks and which
has been steadily creeping toward
the forest resorve lino. This week
men from tho resorvo were sent to
tho scene ofethe blaze and aro aid
ing tho reservation authorities in
holding the front, which Is easily
made possible through the weather
Thrco now lookouts have been es
tablished In tho district and the one
at Maldon Peak has been discon
Deschutes County Abstract com
pany's report ot Instruments filed for
record In Deschutes county:
Elmer L. Gist to Emma I). Gist,
warranty deed, $1.
Tho Ilond Co. to Bend Park Co.,
warranty deed, $1.
Bond Park Co. to Carl Anderson,
warranty deed, $10.
Carrlo A. Henrlonnet to Myrtle S.
nnd K. M. Thompson, warranty deed,
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
We Guarantee Satisfaction.
You will feel that you have
received full value for money
THE UNION CASH GROCERY
Wall Slice t. Bend, Oregon
Shoes for Real Service
OUR SPECIALTY IS TO .MAKE SHOES TILVT
STAND THE TEST
J. E. TILT SHOE
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War Time Economy!
Instead of Buying New Clothes, Have Your Old Ones
Mnde Over and Renovated.
I GUARANTF.E SATISFACTION AT REASONABLE PRICES
H. HARRIS, Proprietor
a pouch and worth it
Gravely latU to moci longer it caif
Po morm to chew than ordinary piag
P. U. Gravel Tobacco Corapaoy
SMOKES ARE IE
HO THIS KUUSCRIISKH SKNDS IN
AXOTHKH KKM1TTANCK TO
COVER PACKAGE OK SMOKES
FOR HOYS "OVER THERE."
(From Friday's Dally.)
Smokes aro part ot tho pleasures
of tho hoys "over there," according
to a card which has been received
from Prlvato Wecrs, now with tho
American expeditionary forces, but
whose homo Is In Seattle Prlvato
Wcers wrote to a subscriber of Tho
Bulletin upon receipt of a contribu
tion ot tabacco, as follows: "Thought
ful Friend Your contribution ot to
bacco received and am thankful.
Smokes are part of our plcasuro ovor
In submitting tho card to Tho Bul
letin for publication, tho subscriber
has written as follows: "I am en
closing card received about two
weeks ago as I notlco in tho last
Bulletin you havo asked for them.
picaso put tho accom
panying check toward tho good work.
It is so pitifully llttlo ono can do for
the gallant lads who aro giving their
all for us."
Anothor subscriber today contrib
uted $1, asking that .tho name bo
withheld. This money had been re
ceived for Jury service.
It's In tho Air.
Windblown pollen, carrying tho
germs that cause hay fever, is abroad
in tho land. Ono remedy Is known
to give relief and comfort from chok
ing, gasping asthma and tormenting'
hay fever. Foley's Honey and Tar
spreads a healing coating on inflamed
membranes, stops coughs and colds.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
1026 Wall Street