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nENT) IlULIiKTIN, I1RND OIUKION, TIIU1WDAY, AUGUST B, 1018
Chancellor Hertling's Peace
Proposals, Like All Others,
Seeks All-Han Supremacy
11E11NE. Auk. 7. hancollor Hcrt
llng, replytiifT to questions in tho
rolchstng rccontty, hns nvowod that
(Jormnny will continue to hold Uol
glum until tho nlllcd countries hnvo
paid his nation indemnities suffici
ently great to covor Germany's ex
jionso of tho war, anil that tho French
must In turn ronounco nil claims to
Other conditions of ft poaco treaty,
tho chancollor declared, are that tho
Brest treaty, ontorod Into between
tho Gorman and Austrian omplres
nnd llussla and lloumanla, must bo
PLEASANT JUDGE, Aug. 7.
Watt Jones-returned fromlDcnd Mon
day night, whoro ho had been on
Mrs. Olo Hanson of Deschutes
visited Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson, ac
companied by Mrs. W. II. Gray, woro
shopping in Dend Wednesday.
Jako Potornon delivered a beet in
Bend on Wednesday.
It. A. Ward, tho county agricultur
ist, was in this neighborhood on
Rasmus Potorson and 'Mrs. Catha
rlno Johanseu woro in Uond on Fri
day. air. Giles, who has been working
for J. A. Chose, is staying with Ed.
Swalley for n fow lays.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Peterson, ac
companied by Miss tllllma Nelson,
were in Dend on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. wayno Chaso re
turned to their homo in Redmond
Monday after sponding about two
wcoks at tho Poplar farm.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Chaso attended
tho sale at tho Fix placo Friday
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anderson at
tended tho movies in Dend Saturday
N. D. Wood and daughter, Mrs.
Leo Houghtallng, wcro in Redmond
Fred Seeling camo homo from
Bend Saturday night to remain over
Miss Etta Chaso spent Tuesday
and "Wednesday at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayno Chaso of Redmond.
Rasmus Peterson, Antono Ahl
strom, Mrs. Catharine Johansen and
Miss Hllma Nelson wero In Redmond
Earl Wood attended the dance at
tho Hippodromo in Dend Saturday
F. D. Daughman mado a business
Trip to Redmond Saturday.
John Gray, who is working at
Bend, camo homo to spend Sunday
"wjth.hijtparents, -Mr. and 'Mrs. W. H.
Mrs. J. A. Chaso was in Redmond
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson were
In Redmond on business Saturday.
Mrs. Lena McPhcrson was a Dend
Marsh Aubrey of Dend was call
ing In this neighborhood Sunday.
GERMANS GET LITTLE
GRAIN FROM UKRAINE
(Dr United rrcu to Tho Bend Bulletin.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7. Despite
drastic requisitioning of harvests in
the Ukraine, Gorman attempts to se
cure grain thcro have been pitiful,
according to advices from neutral
sources reaching hero today. The
harvest this year was llttlo over half
a million bushels, as against 13 mil
lion in 191G.
;'. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF)
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
- OF BEND
At the Close of Business June 29. 1918
loans and Discounts 501,805.20
Bonds and Warrants . 78,782.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 1,500.00
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 82,181.11
'Other Real Estate Owned 4,105.27
Five Per Cent Redemption Fund 025.00
Cash and Exchange 280,008.18
'Capital J $25,000.00
'Surplus and-Undivided Profits . 81,117.01
Circulation , ;.. 12,500.00
Deposits J 870,820.88
recognized by tho nllios, tho trenty to
remain ns It is fit tho prosont with
All German colonies must bo re
stored, nnd tho Integrity of Germany
nnd Austria must bo reinstated
among the nations of tho world. A
recognition of tho Gorman sphoro of
Inllucnco In Courland, Lithuania,
Esthotin nnd Livonia is u further
condition, with tho Huns to hnvo
supromo power In settling tho ques
tion of tho future of Poland, tho lib
erty of tho seas and tho renunciation
of anti-Gorman 'boycott after tho war.
GERMAN PRESS HIDES
TRUTH OF DEFEAT
(Dr United I'm to Th Bend Bulletin.)
LONDON, Aug. 7. Tho Gorman
press continues to dopo tho public
regarding tho west front defeat.
Some of tho papers in nn effort to
cover up tho reverses sufforod by tho
kaiser's forces nt tho Marno nro de
liberately lying, whllo others nro
ignoring tho events nnd playing up
tho minor nows stories. Simultane
ously, tho alarm has been expressed
over tho growing strongth of tho
allies in Siberia, ignoring tho west
front. Tho Tagoblatt mentions ex
tended gains In Albania, whllo the
Voerwaorts declares thoro has beon
no major fighting on tho west front.
Tho best nil-round training a boy
ran get is nt college. Wrlto to Mt.
Angol College, St. Uoncdlct, Ore., for
a catalog. Address Rov. E. L. Melor.
SEES LITTLE IN ALHAMBRA
Writer Says Famous Building Ex
' presses Mere Beauty, Without Any
Sense of Power or Vigor.
Tho Alhambrn is on tho shoulder of
a mountain. It overlooks tho town,
Dnrt Kennedy writes In tho Wldo
World. It wn8 built by the Moors, nnd
I tnko it thnt It was built overlooking
the town for the usual reason. Tho
ruling Moors lived therein nnd they
wished to be In n position to glvo tho
nonrullng Moors "what for" when they
became too critical. There Is a lot of
human nature In ruling people Just ns
thcro is in ruled people. A beautiful
place, this Alhnmbrn. But to mo Its
architecture expressed deendence and
weakness. There was nothing strong
or mnsslve nbout it. Whether a rnco
expresses truly Its chnrnctcr in archi
tecture or not Is not for me to say. To
be able to give n rellnble opinion ns to
this would necessitate the living of n
llfo that lasted through a couple of
thousand years. But certainly tho AI
bambra did not suggest power nnd
vigor. Beauty, yes, nn1 also fancy,
but nothing more.
But on the Cucsta dc los Muertos
(tho hill of the dend), which was out
side the actual pnlnce of tho Alhnm
brn, were three mnsslve squnre towers.
They expressed strength. In them hnd
lived centuries before tlip Mohnm
tnednn soldiers of tho guard. These
towers Impressed mo nnd I often went
to sec them in tho moonlight, for then
there seemed to be In their strength
and power some weird, effeci.
After Harvest ball at Brothers,
August 17-18. Good lunch and
good music. Evorybody invited.
HAS BEEN LOST
LLOYD (3KOIU3K HAYS AMKHU'A'H
AltMV IN .SHOUT WHIM: WILL
1112 lU.'T SLKlllTLV HMALLKIt
THAN THAT OK (JEHMANY.
(Ilr Unltcl Trot to The Pcml llulletln.)
LONDON, Aug. 7. "Tho clinnco
which was Germany's on Mnrch 21,
when she launched her first offensive
ngalust tho Hrltlsh, will novor como
again," Promlor Lloyd Goorgo do
clarod in tho house of commons this
aftoruoon. "Tho American nrmy
will soon bo only slightly smaller
thnn thnt of Germany.
"Wo all deslro poaco, hut It must
bo a Just nnd durnblo poaco with
powor behind It to ouforco It. I be
lieve In n league of nntlons, but wo
must bo careful of tho conditions
under which this leaguo Is estab
lished. "Marshal Foch's counter stroko
was tho most brilliant In tho nunnls
of tho war, when he drove tho onemy
back at n tlmo when It hnd pro pared
Itself tor n lungo forward, but tho
danger Is not yet over. Germany Is
still strong, her lenders ruthless,
"Tho tonnngo of tho Urltlsh navy
at tho beginning of tho war was but
two and ono-hnlf million; It is now
eight, nnd tho navies of our allies
hnvo boon doubled ninny times."
At tho mention of General Foch's
nnmo tho promlor was compelled to
stop by a burst of chcors which lasted
for several minutes. Ills next state
ment brought forth another cheer:
"Evoryono know of the courngo of
tho American nrmy, but Its trained
skill, and especially tho ability of
Its offlcorswas beyond tho expecta
tion of any of us."
ROOM FOR MANY MILLIONS
Vast Spaces of Siberia That Have Yet
to Be Surveyed and Exploited
Tho biggest nml loneliest Innd on
tho globe Is Siberia, of which nt the
present moment thcro is so much talk,
snys London Answers. Any one who
would set nbout Its conquest by in
vnslon would find the tnsk a herculean
one, for it contnlns nearly flvo mil
lion square miles, and Is nbout 45
times ns big ns the British Isles t
In theso vnBt spaces there Is a popu.
latlon less thnn London contnlns by n
couple of millions, nnd there nrc hun
dreds of thousands of square miles of
territory where no human being Is to
bo seen. Tho mlghtyrlvers of Siberia
nro nlmost rendered useless by tho
fact that they flow mostly Into tho
Arctic ocean, nnd their lower courses
are Iccbcund during the grenter part
of the yenr, nnd their mouths nrc nt
nil times very difficult of nccess. Arc
tic Slberln is n vast country in itself,
but very inhospitable.
Siberia, It Is said, is destined to bo
tho granary of tho world; and tho
opening of tho rnllwny ncros Its. en
tire breadth has certulny dono much
to develop Its resources.
Burglars Dread a Node.
"Noise Is tho greatest enemy of tho
burglar nnd is what ho most fears.
Bear thnt In mind If you believe a
thief hns entered your home."
So says Frank McCarrlek, lieuten
ant In Mnnhnttnn's downtown dotec
tlvo headquarters, whoso long yearn
In tho police department glvo weight
to his statements.
"Tho best of nlnrms in n household,"
ho continued, "Is a glnss or chlnawuro
pitcher or similar vessel. Slam It
through tho window nnd Its crash
above will bo followed by another n
the missile falls to tho street or tho
"Never grapplo with a midnight
prowler, for ho is prepared for such
eventualities nnd has it on you. Gen
erally no qualm of conscience would
como between him nnd murder If thcro
ras dancer ul Ida UeJnK caught."
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234 10th Street, Portland, Oregon. Main 7398
National Prayer Day.
Tho first tlmo tho people of tho Unit
cd Stntes wero called upon to observe
u tiny of national prayer was Muy I),
ITlty. by proclamation of President
John Adams. A controversy hnd nrls
en between this country untt Franco
nnd nil Americans woro called upon
to pray for a continuation of peace.
In 1815, when tho United .States was
nbout to mnko wnr on Algiers, Pres
ident Madison proclaimed u day of
prayer. During tho Civil war three
presidential proclamations wero Issued
appointing days of prayer for pence.
In IStW tho authorities called upon the
people to pray for Lincoln, and In 1831
President Arthur proclaimed u day of
prayer to mark tho burial of President
Oarlleld. In the autumn of 11U I Pres
ident Wilson Issued his proclamation
for prayers on "Pence Sundays."
Shoveling Out Oat.
Weighing considerably inoro thnn
tho atmosphere, tho poisonous gases
employed in modern warfare always
seek lower levels. Thus the khh clouds
penetrate trenches nnd deep dugouts,
nnd In most cases It Is u matter of
mnny hours before they become suffi
ciently diluted with tho atmosphere to
penult of snfo breathing. So tho mat
ter resolves ltaolf Into n problem of
driving tho poisonous fumes out of
tho trenches nnd underground shelters,
or nt toast thinning them out until
tho nlr Is ngnln mndo safe.
For this renson American soldiers
now In Franco literally "shovel" poi
sonous fumes out of their trenches.
Attached to n shovel Is n sort of enn
vns scoop or "dapper" which permits
tho men to heavo tho heavy gases over
tho pnrapots nnd bent the fumes nnd
dlsslpnto them In tho surrouudlng
nlr. Scientific American.
"While you wcro out west did you
meet with any typical bad men I"
"I should say so I I spent n week Jn
a enmp full of tho toughest customers
you over saw real cowboys who spent
most of their time firing pistols nnd
cnreerlng on their bronchos nt break
-until t you tremble for your life?"
"I was n trlllo uneasy nt first, but
when I snw how n motion plcturo di
rector bullied tfio.Ho follow I plucked
tip considerable courage."
Our country wnnts Its young men
morally, mentally nnd physlrally fit.
Mt. Angel College. St. Henodlct, Ore
Address Ilav. E. L. Meier. Adv.23.
Something to soil! Advortlso
Tho Bulletin's classified column.
Notlco of Hearing on Final Account
and Petition for Dlttrlhutloii
In tho County Court of Deschutes
County, In tho Stato of Oregon, In
In tho 'Matter of tho Estntn of Mary
Notlco Is hereby given thnt Ann
O'Donnoll, executrix of tho ostnto of
Mnry O'Donnoll, deceased, has filed
In this court' for settlement, hor final
account ns such executrix, together
with her 'potition for tho final dis
tribution of said estate, nnd that tho
hearing of tho samo has been set for
Monday, tho 0th day of September,
1918. at 10:00 o'clock A. M. or said
day at tho court houso In tho city of
Ilend, in Deschutes county, Oregon,
and nil persons Interested In said
cstato nro notified thnn nnd there to
appear and show cause, if nny they
have, why the said nccount should
not bo settled and allowed, and why
distribution of said estate should tint
thereupon bo Immediately mado in
tho persons entitled thereto, without
further notlco of proceedings.
Dated this Cth day of August,
Executrix of tho Estate of Mary
O'Donnoll, Deceased. 23-27e
Notlco Is hereby glvon thnt tho
City of Hcud has taken up tho fol
lowing described live stock, to-wlt:
Ono bay mnro nbout 9 years old,
wolght nbout 1,000 lbs., branded
THE or FE or TB connected, left
Ktlflo, hns halter on, Tho cost of re
deeming said llvo stock will bo 1.00
por day In addition to actual expense
of keeping and cost of advertising
and all other necessary expenses. In
caso of failure to redeem on part of
ownor, said live stock will no sold
as provldod by tho charter of tho City
of Uond on tho 17th dny of August,
at 3 p. 'M nt City Pound.
L. A. W. NIXON.
Chlot of Police and ox-Offldo
(Continued Front Pago 1.)
or two nbout Charley, Ilo him an
Irish iiamo, but ho doesn't drink
whiskey and ho hasn't an Irish mug.
Ho has tho most kindly features one
would care to light upon, and n heart
ns big as n captive balloon, Ho had
It doped out that tho convicts woro
morn or Iosh human, and that If you
treated thorn half white they would
como through and play fifty-fifty. Ho
ho started In with the honor system
ngnln, and with tho trusties' gangs
and nil of tho schemes which tho
more or less sentimental hnvo been
advocating. For nwhlto that worked
out well, too.
Then Tliey Ift.
Thon tho men began to lonvo. Thoy
loft singly, In pairs, In droves. They
loft morning, night nnd noon, nnd
thoy wero being chased up hill and
down dale by sheriffs, oops, guards,
stato police, constables nnd whnt
not. Rome of them worn caught and
a lot of them wero not, Hut this
Plainly happened nftnr tho war had
stnrtod, nnd there Is pnrtlally n rea
son for It. Tho war brought heavy
demands for labor and as a conso
quenco tho governor has been parol
ing and pardoning every man Jack
of tho convicts who could possibly
bo figured as counting In tho labor
machine that Is to help to produce
and consequently to help win tho
war. Tho result has been a prison
full of hard boiled convicts that
would scam tho Hun nrmy to death
It they happened to meet fnco to face
In any kind or an alley, dark or
light. This gang of bruisers, thugs,
sneak thieves, potty laroonlsts and
tho scum of tho desert and the green
has boon spending Its tlmo figuring
up ways and means to boat the prison
authorities nnd they hnvo been do
ing it right merrily.
Chnrloy Murphy hns fallen down
lately because ho has been trusting
to tho honor of too many cons who
haven't as much honor as tho kaiser.
Tho governor Is now planning nn
putting through somo scheme to got
tho prison back on something like tho
old basis. Ho doesn't blame Charley
Murphy particularly, because he real
izes that Murphy has a big heart and
Dig Ideas, and that ho has felt that
convicts nro moro or less men, with
more or less human Instincts. He
has foil that n convict, If treated
properly, would como back and play
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1C, T. 23 ., it. 1.1 E. Well fenced,
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Cham, of Com. Illdg., Portland,
Oro. 4 8-2II-2 4 p
FOH SALE r,2 ncros of timber land
In township 17 south. 10 an
acre. 11. w. Dietrich, Tumalo,
FOIl SALE CHEAP Ono horse. See
Chief of Police Nixon. 32-22tfc
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FOIt SALE 14 head or cattlo nnd
ono work team, II, A. Oosney,
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FOIl RALE Why hornoatoad whon
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LOST AND FOUND.
C00 IlEWAHD for following horses:
Day maro, branded M and letter 8
with horizontal lino through cen
ter on left ntlllo; also one brown
mare, two gray mares and two
yearling colts. Notify P, 11, John-
won, Miiucaii, ore, 1 litre
LOST Two gray maroH, weight
about 000 each, Haltor on ono
nnd both shod, also forotop
trimmed, lirnnded 011 left shoul
der, ono LF nnd 0110 L and hori
zontal P, Kindly notify J. o.
Hagan, Dox 540, Uond, Oro,
Hijunro, Hut with tho gnug nut thoro
now It can't lio dono. At least that
Is tlin way It Is beginning to Innlc and
undoubtedly tho old order will
Hollow In it Cliiiiigo.
Tho governor believes thnt It
should change and If ho says so It
probably will, an ho lias tho complete
charge of tho situation out nt tho
It must ho remoiubered, Incident
ally and that Is nun of Murphy's
ullhls and thoro Is a great deal to It
-- that the prison buildings thorn
solves aro rotten to tho core. They
couldn't keep a good llvo bunch from
a military academy Inside, If said
biiucli saw 11 flock from tho female
seminary .going down tho street
alongside tho outer walls. It has
been demonstrated that tho prison
bars can bo sawed through by a saw
mado out of a soft case knife. And
to bo real Just to tho convicts It
might bo said that no decent, self
respecting convict would oaro to stay'
In nuch holes as some portions of
tho Oregon stato penitentiary now
aro. Tho cells aro dlrly and filthy,
regardless of constant scrubbing,
Tho walls are alive with the must
of ages, and all In all the prison Is
not nn attractive place, And when
you nro surrounded by bars that ran
bo out with a soft case knlfo you
can't always exactly blame the con if
ho takes a sneak. As there aro al
ways two points of view, thnt Is
probably tho one taken by tho con.
An It Is, however, It Is moro than
likely that tho time will como when
n couvlrt Is seen escaping he will
ho brought down by a bullet from a
Krag-Jorgensen, and If tho walls
won't hold lit nt perhaps bullets will.
Hut whatever happens, It seems
apparent that If some change Is nut
effected at tho prison tho result will
be a wholesale break some day with
very serious consequences, (lovomnr
Wlthycombe ronllzoa this and It Is
probable stop will be taken to pre
To IMolill-li Itiiliioiry.
Ono plan ho has In view Is the es
tablishment of an Industry Inside of
the walls which will keep the men
busy there. This cannot be done
without legislative enactment, how
ever, and any radical changes may
have lo nwnlt the notion of tho legis
lature, which Is six months away,
nnd 11 whole lot of dnmngo can bo
dono In six months.
Tho consolidation commission ex
pects to meet hero August in, at
which time Prof. Matthews, govern
ment efficiency expert, who has been
getting tho dope ready for the com
mission, will make his report, which,
with such alterations as nro deemed
essential by tho committee, will bo
passed along to tho next legislature.
The possibilities of this report barn
been discussed at length in those
columns before and apparently not
much change has been decided upon
In tho general plan. How It will
work out and how It will bo received
by tho legislature remains to be seen.
Tho consolidation commission will
be followed In two days by tho meet
ing of tho tax commission to pass 011
tho needs of the state government
with an end In view of finding out
how miirh xtrn money will have to
be voted by tho people In light of tho
constitutional limitation. A largo
number of reports have been com
ing In mid the Increase In n largo
number of departments have either
been nil, or not as largo as was ex
pected, This does not apply to tho
institutions, however, nod nt a long
shot It seem prnbablo that tho peo
ple will be asked to vote on n tidy
sum In addition to that allowed
kiindor tho regular 0 por cent, limita
A college education spells success
for your hoii. Ml. Angel College, St.
Ilonedlet, Ore. Address Itev. E. L.
Ono cont n word Is all a llttlo Want
Ad will cost you.
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