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The bend bulletin.
IIKND, DKHOIIIJTKH COIJNTV, OltEOO.V, TIIIlWI)AV, HKIT. 'At, H'lH
TO BE PROBED
B. A. A. C. ILL
PUT ON PLAYS
MUCH WORK TO MOTHER HEARS
AT PILOT SUITE
DO IN FRANCE
SON IS GASSED DRIVE
PEN EMPLOYES IN THE
(fowimir WltliKomlm HWh HtntoV
Attorney l Clrnr Up Cliurgi' (if
Svnr Graft- ul Hliilo In
IHfrrUl l 'Hi llullrlln.)
SALIJM, Htipt. 2C Attorney Cluti
uml llrowu hH uconptiid n formnl
ri)(uimt from Governor Wlthycumbii
tlmt Im runko a thoroiigh-Koliig l,ro,",
of cniiilltlofin lit tli't Htnln piuilton
tlnry In ascertain duflnltoly whether
my HktililiiKKHry Is KoloK thorn
tilinuU In tint peddling out of parole
10 convicts for ii money enimlilnni
'twill. If miipIi liimlriMMN triiuHtu'lloiiB
huvti bmm going on nt tint port of
OOllVluttMl IIH'll, tllll WIIIHNt IlllVlfll tlit
could Iih Imnitwt nut to Urn pwldliTH
wiiulil tin to prepare for h long, huril
Brother llrowu, when Im starts on
Hit trull of u criminal. go t U llkn
u Coumimhii Indian mill never lots
up until the dog Ih run to hlx knnol.
Tim nttonmy gouorul has iiiiulu quite
u lilt wllli the newspaper boys nliout
the cupllnl. Ilo linn two hobble,
ono Im to chow gum anil tint other Im
to follow tlio luw, Tim faster ho
follows tlm Inw thn harder Im chnws
Kiiin, nnil when hU eye nro twin
kling nnil his Jaws urn innkliiK uliout
100 revolution u inlnuto ovor a
Mini 1 1 tin nil of Hpenrmlnt, ono Im rea
sonably citrtnln thnt tlm Inw Is not
in nro Own two laps uhimil nnil will
Im cipluri'tl by tlm wily nttonmy
Kouiirnl nl nn mirly opportunity.
It mny Im mild tlmt whon Im re
ceived tlm governor's Instructions to
make Urn probe nt tlm prison tlm In
cisors bognn to work with consider
iihln precision nml nt high rntu of
. Consequently If thnro Im nn
-xhuutiuulgmi gainiM solng nn nt tlm
'prison n largo amount of sympathy
mny be extended to tlm operators
without lislng misplaced.
Tlm nttonmy general loves tlm
Inw llkn n Frenchman love n
Yankee. Tor n great tiiHiiy years he
whm prosecuting Attorney down In
Douglas county nml Bevnn or (tight
itdjncent and contiguous rotiutlox,
uud nliout two-thirds of tlm lilrdH
nt tlm prison don't Ket down on tholr
kiirtm every night to pray for George
Jlrowu, because Im put them thnro.
Ill won tlio Ural district to no
dry wny hack In tlm old dnys whun
tlm ordlunry saloonkeeper believed
It was nliout nn poHnlhlo to put n
million out of business iih Kaiser Hill
foil four yimrH ago It was possible
to put hln overrated wur murhluo
out or IhihIiii'hm, It wnri n rnthur
difficult tuHk, (-onsdiuontly, to hnndlu
u doltcntn situation, hut (loorgo M.
handled It hy chewing Kiiiu, follow.
I ni; tlm Inw, mid sending n trlbo of
ItnotloKKors to Jull nn big nn tlm
ivholu "Ton Trlhim of Inrnul. Conno
uuuntly thoy tlm pooplo, not tlm
honttoKKorn nindo hlni nttornuy
Konurnl uud by coincidence It foil
to hln lot to Intnrprot thn flret Btntiv
wldn prnhlbltlon luw to bo onnrtod In
tlm Htiitn, Chminm nro thnt tlm
ntntivwldu prohibition Inw In OrnKon
luiH boonti'd tlm KrouH rocolitH of tlm
7; it m factories to an Inculculublo ox
tout, Kvnry dlntrlct uttoruoy In (ho
ntntc, whuunvor ho Iiiib boon Htumpod
by n clniiHo of thnt Inw, hna iinkod
QoorKo, nml ho him boon Inuucdlntoly
;lven a HUtUfactory roApoiiHO. l'ro
lilhltluu Iiiwb nro duck Houp for
(looriso, iih ho wuh for conviction in on
unilor thoin boforu thorn worn nuy
Much Ihwh to Hpoak of, mid Im sort
of Hottlud In prohibition luw torrltory
nml Brow up with tlm country,, ns It
worc. Hut ho nuvor Hpcolnlltod nlont;
thnt lino mid ho hna boon rootliu; out
ovll from laud traudH to putty larcou
Ma until ho Iovoh tlio khiuo.
Ho tiurolo HollorH, If thoro aro uny,
nro up nKitliiBt 11 rodhot proposition
ivhon thoy ko up iiKulnat tho llttlo
vittornoy Kouornl from DoukIuh coun
'ty, nml tho wrltor, nt lonot, would
liuvo to huvo a lilKKor bnlt thnn u
conjilo of huinlroil dollnm lioforn ho
would Him to nttompt to nlcln away
from tlm Hcont of tho llttlo blood
Jiouml of tho law,
A lot of IntoroHtliiK thliiKB nro npt
to dovolop out nt tho prison If
thoro nro any IntoroHtliiK UiIukh to
lovolop thoro and It thoro aro tlm
(Continued on pngo 4.)
MiKX, AIIIUIIAMK OK DKTItOIT
JH IIKMI ON ( 'IIAItOi: OK HAV
ING I.U1VOH I.V IIIH.I'OHHKHHION
TO IIH THIICM I.V (MTV ("OUHT.
(Krom Woilnomlay'H Daily.)
Alox. Abnihuum of Dulrolt, Mlchl
;nu, wiih nrrt'fltDit nt llio Pilot Ilutto
Inn hy Chlor of I'ollco Nixon luto hint
nlKht nml In IioIiik hold poudliiK IiIn
trial thin uftoruoon on n diurc'i of
IihvIiik llijuor In IiIh ponnuHnloii. Tho
trial will bo hold Imforo JuiIk" l'ltln,
In tho city court, IhjIiik tlm llrnt onnu
to coino up undor tho now city ordl
1111 n co.
Arcordlm; to Chluf Nlxou today,
Aliruliniiin wnn dlitcovoriid by him
uftor HBvrirol ptoplA hud Iidoii noon
to loHvo tlm I'llnt Hullo Inn In mi
lutoxlentfld wjihIUIoii. Ho tniulo ui
InvontlKBtlon, mid koIiik onto tlm
KBPond Hour of the hotel nw thn door
of mm of iIih ronton njar. CoIiik fur
tlmr nml NBunhlUK tlm room, ho din
covarud tltrcH full itinrt hot Hon of
whlnkoy In u null chmo mid thruo
empty hottlon 011 tho dronnnr. In mi
(itlior room udjoluliiK two mou worn
found lutoxlcutod. AbrnhauiH was In
tlm llrnt room nwucliml lytitK 011 tlm
Wiiulil Ihfiut Pn'iit IH-trlil Atlor-
tipy 11111I Coiiuly Nhorllf nnil Plnro
In Oilier ('nuilliInt4N.
(From WPdnonday'n Dally.)
DoclarliiK that tho prohibition lawn
havn not boon enforced by tho dis
trict attoruoy'n mid Bliorlft'n offlcon,
tho Dunchuten County Antl-Hnloon
I en Kilo nt a mcctliiK hold early thin
week panned resolutions urging tlm
tlofcat Of Dlnlrlct Attorney II. II. Do
Armond and Hhorlff ItohortM and on
dornttiK lions Fnruhum for district
nttonmy nml It. II. Fox for sheriff.
A pnmpalKU rommltloo of flvo was
mithorlzod to bo appointed for carry
ItiK on tlm camptilKU aKalunt the
prosont Incumbents In favor of tlm
FEW CHANGES MADE
IN COUNTY PRICES
(From Wodiipsdnv's Dnlly.)
Members of tho county prlco flxInR
bonrd met last iiIkIu with tho county
rood ndmlulstrmlnn for tho fixing of
prices for this weok, which nro to
uppMir In Tho Hullotln tomorrow.
Faw oxtrn chniiKos In last wuok's
prices woro iiutilo.
Heroin roiiiiulmdtui iih Cnptnlii nnil
Will Imi AsmIkiumI to llio
(From Snturday'B Dnlly.)
Fred A. Woolllcn, former nowa cd I
tor of Tho Hullotln, Iihh boon pro
moted to tlm rank of captain, accord-
Ciiplaln Vi-isX A. W(Kl(lon.
Iuk to n dlupntch rocotved this morn
Iub. Captain Woolllou'B promotion
enmo Just uluo moutliB from tho (Into
of his llrnt commission nn nontenant.
Tho report atatCH thnt ho will prob
ably bo mudo cnplaln of operations
and IntolllKonco of tlm 13th Infnntry.
Ho 1b now stationed at Onmp Fro
TWO OK ONI! ACT KACII AIIIJ TO
HU HIIOW.V AT TIIK OV.M.VA
HII.'M O.V OtT. H AM) UtiUMl-
Tirrn: wn.ii taki: kaiit.
(From Wodnonday'H Dally.)
On TuiiHilny nml Wodm'nday ovon-
Iiikh, October Kill mid Olh, tlm Hond
Amntotir Athlntlc club will launch
tho llrnt of Itn homo nntortnlnmuutH,
componvil of two oun-ncl playn Inter
npornud with souk by a initio (titir
totte. Tho llrnt of tho plityn Ih n
fanciful commly, "The Maker of
DroHUiH." KoIIowIiik thin will bo
hIiowii "(Slory of the MornlnK," nn
Imllnn tint inn.
Tlm cant fur tlm two pliiyn ban
Iihbii iiihiIh up of tho following wull
known local pBoplu: HrzoI Htuvsiin,
Mm. Chun. ICrnklno, Mahol Hphlar,
John OtiKfti, Hruco MactSniKor,
(iiion;n I'Hiily mid Hlanloy Hond.
Tlm iiihIh iuurtBttB In tntlnod by
Mm. lloncdB Howard of DeochutoA
mill In ciynpnnod of It., C. Htonor, K.
It.' WhII, I.ouln Hennott mid O. A.
Thorstm. Mm. Hortnn will nccom
pauy tho tuttrletto and Conntntico
Kulckorhockor mid A. KuKlonton will
nmiler the Incldontnl munlc.
Popular prlcon will prevail, tho
KPtmral ndmlnnlon IioIiik 2G centn and
CO centn, no matM rcMorvod. Novel
nccnlc offectn nro promlncd.
$5 FINE FOR
.vi:w ci.assi:s at thk ovmna-
HIOI PUO.MISi: to m: .MO.VKV
MAKCItH I -OK (MA'll AM) EX-
pi:nsivi: rou uvn: si-i:i:i'i:n.s.
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
OrKanlratlon of a "Six-Thirty
Class" mid that menus C:30 In tho
mornliiK has boon perfectod for the
purpose of taking "setting up" oxer
ctsus nt the gymnasium. T. II. Foley,
who since his roturn from tho train
ing camp nt Kugone has been instilled
with the denlro to continue tlm train
ing received there, Is sponsor for the
movement nuU has boon successful In
setting somo 12 or H other on
thuslasts ami onrly risers to join him
The classes commenced yosterday
Asldo from giving tho training tie
s I rod, tho schomo glvos promise of
being a re von 110 builder for tho II end
Amateur Athletic club. Each mem
ber upon Joining tho class doposlts
$25 us a gunrautoo thnt ho will be
In nttoudmico nt tlm clnssos nt tho
proscribed time. Failure to keep tho
ongagomout results In a lino of J5
for each nbsonco or tardiness. This
$& is deducted from tho original $2G
mid gnoi luto tho funds of tho H. A.
A. C. At tho oud of 30 days tho
amount loft of tho doposlt of each
member, uftor deducting fluos, Is re
turned to him, to bo again doposlted
for tho noxt month's clnssos.
Flues Itavo already commenced to
accumulate. A. .M. Pringlo, ono of
tho most onthuslnstlc, paid tlm pon
nlty tho II rut morning, arriving on
tho sceno much too Into with tho ex
cuse thnt tho atnrtor on his car would
not respond, nml for that roason ho
was uunblo to ttttond. Tho oxcuso
wnn not nccoptcd, nnd ns h rosult
"Nig" hnB hut $20 loft to his crodlt,
or four mnro linos.
Armed. Guard Accompanies
Trophy Train on Trip Through
The State To Be in Bend
An nrmod guard of 25 soldiers will
accompany tho war trophy train to
Bond on Friday, when It Id scheduled
to nrrlvo hero shortly nftor 4 o'clock
In tho afternoon, according to n lot
tor received by II. J. Ovorturf from
Uobort E. Smith, stuto Llborty loau
mmmgor. Tho train will bo opon for
exhibition noar tho depot nnd plnns
nro being mudo to hnvo spoaklng In
connection with tho exhibition.
Tlm fact thnt J. P. Keyoa of the
HronkB-Scaulnn Lumber company 1b
rosponulblo for tho visit of tlm trophy
MM: AM) A HAM'' IIOL'ltH VIM
1)AV WITH OVKKTIMi: IH NOT
I'MHIAli, HAVH WILIj TIIOIM'i:
i.v Mrnnit to hih komch.
'Nino mid a half hours' work por
day, with sotnotlmos night work
thrown In, Ih nothing unusual for
the boyn In France, according to n
letter received by Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Thorpo of Tumalo from their son
William, who is among tho boys
"ovor thoro." Prlrato Thorpo Is do
ing salvago work, which he dc-clarea
to be very Interesting. His letter
"Am working ovory day now. (So
to work at 7:30 n. m, and quit nt
11:30. Walk two miles to tents and
then back at lv.30. Work until C In
the evening and sometimes at night.
I Htn In the sslvagu department,
which Im very Interesting work, but
uwful tiring. Bo tlrod nights that
I do not even fool nhlo to go across
to tho Y. M. C. A. It Is hard to get
anything bore. Wo sleep on tho
ground and oat dirt. This war Is
Bomothlng terrible. Hut I bollevo
God or thn supremo power Is on our
side. I hojio to bo nblo to bo at
homo to tako Now Year's dinner with
you, If possible
"This Is In n measure a monoton
ous life, hut rather exciting at times.
Hut I wish tho bally Germans were
all cleaned up and wo were at liberty
to como home. You can bet 1 would
appreciate ever! our barn or old Ice
house, and could cat even greens tho
rest of my life In perfect satisfaction.
Hut wo nro all optimistic nnd full
of pop to give tho bloody kaiser hell,
nnd will not rest contented until he
nnd his et their due."
As postscript to the letter, writ
ten thrco days after the above, young
Thorpo Bays: "Moved Into hotter
quartors today. I do not hurt my
self much nt work, but certainly put
In nil tho minutes I have over bore.
Wo have no Sundays or holidays off.
Work orefy day, rafn or shlno. Walk
back and .forth, back and forth, back
and forth. Havo darnod near walkod
my old logs off, but then It gets oasler
for mo ovory day."
SMOKES HELP AFTER
CHASING THE HUNS
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
"Nothing better than a smoke
aftnr chasing tho Hun nwhllc,"
writes Prlvato F. M. Hoftor, n re
cipient of ono of Tho Hullotln to
bacco kits, to Henry Clow of this
city, tho donor. Mr. Clow has do
natod ovor 110 to tho two tobacco
funds of Tho Hulletln, mid declares
that the above expression is worth It
all. oven though ho received no fur
ther replies to his contribution.
"TOMMY" RYAN HERE
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
"Tommy" Kyan, present stato
treasurer uud Llborty loan Bpenkor,
who had been scheduled to apeak In
thla city Friday night, will arrive to
morrow, coming by nutomobllo from
Eugono, according to a dlspntch re
ceived by II. J. Ovorturf this morn
ing. IMmiH nro to bo mado for tho
address to bo hold nt tho Gymnasium.
trnln to Bond wns first nindo public
today lit u tologrnm from tho stato
mnnagor to Mr. Ovorturf. Whon
tho original Itinerary of tho train
wns announced for tho Btato, tho Do
Bchutes county brmtch wna not men
tioned. Mr. Ovorturf Immodlntoly
took up tho mattor with Mr. Smith,
who lu his roply said: "In tho
original Itinerary for tho trophy train
tlm Bond branch wna omitted, but
owing to tho fonr of John Koyos, for
whom I worked na a hoy, nnd tho fact
that I am still scurod of him, I am
giving tho Bond branch 11 whole- day."
woui) ok i'ukd i:iii:hi:aut, kk-
I'OKTEI) MIHHI.Va, IH KECEIVKI)
JUvIlK IB UECOVEKI.VO ITtOM
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Fred A. Ebeheart of Monessen,
Pennsylvania, son of Mm. M. J.
Iimons of this city, who was re
ported missing in the casualty lists
of several weeks ago, is In a hospital
In Franco convalescing from a gas
attack, and his mother has received
n letter from him tolling of his pe
culiar experiences In mooting with
pooplo who woro formerly from his
Ebeheart describes In detail how
ho was found on tho battleflold,
gaseed, by a member of the ambu
lance corps, with whom ho had been
acquainted In his homo In Pennsyl
vania. Later ho was taken to a
hospital where tho nurse who attend
ed him was also from his homo city.
Young Ebeheart states that two
other Monessen boys were gassed
during tho sarao attack.
Ho states to his mother that ho
Is glad that sho is working for tho
Itod Cross. They bring orangos,
candy and other fruit to the boys In
the hospitals, and ho adds, "It
doesn't cost a cent, cither."
JURORS FOR FALL
Jurors for tho fall term of the
circuit court, which opens October
7, was announced yesterday, and
consists of the following:
M. H. Horton, Dend; A. D. Lewis,
Bend; Earl L. Powers, Gist; T. H.
Foley, Bend; J. Snow parmlnter,
Dend; Thco. Aunc, Bend; E. M.
Swalley, Tumalo; O. C. Houkle,
Bend; L. B. Balrd. Bend; mll An
derson, Bend; Louis Doonar, Bend;
Guy E. Dobson, Itcdmond; C. F.
Montgomery, Tumalo; W. S. Fuller
ton, Sisters; J. N. Hunter, Bend;
W. E. Van Allen, Deschutes; F. G.
Atkinson, Redmond; George L.
Mooro, Bond; Burton Oney, La Pino;
Charlos Boyd, Bend; S. M. Wood,
llodmond; James Breon, Bend; E. A.
Sathor, Bend; J. C. Rhodes, Bend;
C. J. Levorott, Bend; A. D. Norton,
MIIHcan; Wm. Foss. La Pino; W. T.
E. Wilson, Sisters; J. C. Thorpe,
DINNER GIVEN FOR
JUDGE H. E. McGINN
(From Monday's Dally.)
A dinner party In honor of Judgo
Henry E. McGinn anii Mrs. McGinn
of Portland, ono of tho speakers on
tho fourth Llborty loan campaign,
was given at tho Pilot Butte Inn last
night by C. S. Hudson, county chair
man. Thoso In attondanco were;
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mahaffoy, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wallaco Blrdsall, Mr. and
Mrs. II. E. Allen, Mr. and Mre. J. P.
Keyes, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. McCann,
Mr. and CMrs. Carl A. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Whlsnant, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry McOlnn, Mr. and Mrs. II. J.
Ovorturf, Mr. and -Mrs. Harry K.
Brooks, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Hudson,
J. B. Knapp, Mrs. Horton, Sr., and
Mrs. Hoscoo Howard.
Publisher of The
Bulletin to Enter
a Training Camp
(From Friday's Dally.)
- G. P. Putnam, publlshor of .
Tlio Bullotln, now classlflod In
class 211 undor tho selective
sorvlco law, has asked tho local -
bonrd to trausfor htm to class 1
and la being inducted Into tho --
-- nrmy, going nt onco to Cnmp -
Ttiylor in Kentucky for training -
in nn officers' training camp.
Mr. Putnam has boon lu tho -
east for tho past yoar, for tho
groator part of tho tlmo sorvlng
as a Bpoclal Oigout of tho dopart-
mont of justice Botoro going -
oast ho nctod for two and a half
years as secretary to Governor -
'Wlthycombo. During this tlmo
ho served on tho Mexican
border with Company M of tho -
Orogon National Guard, -
USED GARMENTS ARE
HOO Ton of Mutr-rlnl Akel of tho
Wrwtcrn Division of IU.I Cross
Ilonil Drlvo Will Commence ,
(From Monday's Dally.)
Commencing on Wednesday, Sop-
tember 25, tho Bond chapter ot the
lied Cross will commence tho cam
paign for used garments for tho Bob'
iglan rellof, 5000 tons of thoso gar
ments to ho gathered in tho United
States, 300 tons being allotcd to the.
Northwest division, of which, tho
Bend chapter Is a part.
Headquarters for tho drlvo havo
been opened In tho building form
erly occupied by tho People's storu
on Oregon avenue, and theso rooms
will bo opon from 10 o'clock In tho
morning until 5 o'clock In tho after
noon to receive donations. Cars will
bo provided to make deliveries for
bundles which may be too largo for
convenience In carrying. Theso de
liveries can bo arranged for by call
ing tho Red Cross work rooms, phono
Every kind of garment, for all
ages and both sexes, Is urgently
needed. In addition, piece goods,
light, warm canton flannel and other
kinds of cloth from which to maka
(garments for new born babies, tick
ing, sheeting and blankets, woolon
goods of any kind and shoes oC
every size aro asked for. Scrap
leather Is needed for repairing foot
wear. Since tho clothes will bo subject
to tho hardest kind ot wear, only
garments made of strong and durablo
materials should be sent. It Is use
less to offer any afflicted population
garments of flimsy materials and
gaudy colorings, lake the gifts
Garments "need not bo In perfect
condition. A hundred thousand des
titute women In tho occupied regions
nro eager to earn a small livelihood
by repairing gift clothing and mak
ing new garments adapted to needs
with which thoy aro familiar. Gar
ments needed arc:
Men's Wear. Shlrta (preforably
of light colored flannels), under
shirts, underdrawors, trousers, coats,
work suits (overalls), suits, shoes,
overcoats, jerseys, sweater vests,
socks, sweaters. k-
Women's Wear Skirts, drawora.
corset slips, petticoats, shirts, coats,
suits, shoes, cloth hats, knitted "caps,
Boys' Wear. Shirts, union suits,
undor shirts, trousers, coats, suits,
shoes, overcoats, Jerseys, ,socks,
Girls Wear. Drosses, skirts,
overcoats, nightdresses, drawors,
stockings, under garmonts, petti
coats, suits, blouses, shoes, waists.
Infants' Wear. Baby blankets,
baby shirts, sweaters, bonnets, bibs,
diapers, shoes, dresses, cloaks, Jack
ets, shawls, socks, bootees, binders.
Miscellaneous. Bed ticks, bod
shoots, pillow cases, blankets, muf
flers. Woolen goods of any kind what
ovor aro acceptable soft hats nnd
caps for all ages. Mcn'8 shirts aud
pajamas bo worn or shrunken as to
no longer bo serviceable are particu
larly welcome, slnco tho material can
bo utilized for making children's gar
monts. Do Not Send. Garmonts of
flimsy matorials or gaudy coloring.
ball dresses, high heelod Bllppors,
etc., stiff hats, either men's or wom
en's, straw, dress or dorby. Any
thing containing rubber, raincoats,
rubber boots, etc. (rubber hools can
easily be removed from shoos).
Notes or communications ot any sort
or description must posltivoly not
WILL MEET TONIGHT
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Mlsa Edna Whlpplo ot Eugeno,
stato prosldont of tho Young Pooplo'n
Christian Endeavor society, arrived
in Bond this morning and will con
duct tho mooting of tho organization
wnicii is to 00 hold at tho Bantlst
church this evening. All mpmbors
and othor young pooplo of tho city
aro Invited to bo Jn attendance.