WEEKLY EDITION THE BEND BULLETIN. VOL. XVI. MEND, DKHCIIUTK8 COUNTY, OREGON, TIIURHDAY, NOVEMHEH 7, 1918. No. no POLITICS NOW IN BACKGROUND WILL REPUBLICANS LEAD NATION ROBERTS AGAIN MADE SHERIFF HOSPITAL SENATE AND HOUSE LEADERS NEXT. INSTITUTION IS PUT IN HIS CHARGE. SEVEN STATES JOIN RANKS. LATE COUNT DEFEATS FOX. DONOVAN HEAD Vinton iiml Wood Hauling for Hut Primidone)' of Heiinlr Tliroo Renin) HH'nkt'rnlili of llm House. (Hi.mI.I to T)u llultrtln.) 8AI.E.M, Nov. 7. Willi thu demise of (ho lulu gunurnl ulcctlou politics licit adjournal, Thai In, l( Iiiim nil Juiiriinil to tint lobbies of the Im jiorlul hotel, whorn It will remain timlitr cover for tlm noxt several weeks until tho legislature convenes. A Kiilliint llttln Imml or 00 patriots liullvliluully iiml collectively rolled up 90 little pairs of slnuves when tho liiHt lmllot was dropped Into tlm ran on Tuesday night anil from now nn thorn will liii u IiIk splash In tlm legislative tub Ninety llttln patriots, nil In u row, und nvnry IiIikiiiiIiik onn of them would liu prcsldout of tlm minato, or speaker of thu house, u tho ciiho mlKlit bu In each respective Inntiiuco. Mnity of them knowing, however. Hint thorn In hut onn Jot) of thu kind mentioned In each room, thorn will liu u hlit Mcruuihlo for committee ships Tlm season of Ira dim, barters mill deals Ih how oil mid llttln online Hill roll out over tlm Htntu from Hie Imperial lobby, where nil nurh ileiiU, hurttirH mid trail ex urn IIIHile lllll Vinton, stentorian-toned luw er from Yiuuhlll, nnd lino Wood of WiiKhliiKtou county, self-constituted guardian of tlm sacred treasury of thin grand old state, nru bucking mid hauling for tlm huiiiiIo presidency, while many innro would ho morn thmi phniNcd ir It mlKht full thulr way. lllll nnd Doc have both boon In a number of sessions mid both urn well known to n majority, at leant, of the member of tlm senate, lllll hai Mnser mid Hint troiip lined up he hind hlin, nnd luiiitiiiuch mi thu Moiier group was thu nil-potent factor In tho Iiml somite, mid them urn 1 B holdovers to bo reckoned with, Hill's chance look iul;hty Rood. Hut Doo Wood nlio Ih u holdover mid ho may have mmiuthliig up hlit sloovu, Tlm Vlnton-Moxer-Orton combination clulms to have uu absolute cinch nn tho thing for Vinton. Ho far Doc W.ooiI'm claims have not heun mo prouilitciiouii. Otlmm nro also mak liu; rlnlni. Thuru may ho a chnncu for a deadlock. If that Ik tlm en ho there scums to Im a good clinnco for onu Wultur A. Dliulck of Orugou City to climb onto tlm IiIk sent. Whether Waltd wants It or nnt In not known. Perhaps liu lit lined up with someone ulsu. Hut It In it -perfectly sufu hut, knowliiK Walter well when tlm remark In madu, thai U a hunch of tlm sunn torlnl Hlrongarms wiru tojgrnb Wal ter by tlm scat of thu brioches nnd thu scruff of JJo neck mid hurl him iiHtrldo thu fKrsoat under thu pic turu oC I)r.lJlcLoughlln, Walter would nplthnivJWv thulr cam nor tear thol elutjfa: It llkuvylqu would Im some sMdUKworn Walter to,' pro tddu over Itflf o In a pnrfoct hound for pearln(raput skulduxgury nnd watchliiK over) tho Interests of tho people and llttlu pieces of Jobbery that .ifcpnurally Blip by unheeded wuuhUrccolvo unrau proper rnarliiKH out Injnvonl Wultur were put Into thu lilwi placo. AtfftK thu Iiouho, Ilurb Gordon of MultnMuali, Seymour Jones of Mar lon siim'Donton U. Ilurdlck of Con tral Uri'Kon nil ileHlro to Hit In thu neat which was adorned by Hob Stan Hold, Hlienp kltiK. two yonrtt ago. Each mid ovory ono of thorn, bo It said, to Imru net down faithfully whul Ih talked hereabout, Iiiih tlm Heal tucked away In IiIh watch pocket and with votcH to Hparu. Of course this HUdduu uccuhhIuii of votes on tlm part of each makes It look Hurt of quuur for thu other 57 mumbors of thu Iiouho, hut nevertheless 11 seems to bo a curtain fuct. Ovor around horu Seymour Jones Ih iih convincing In regard to IiIh uluctlon iih (Iuh MoHer wiih lit ruKard to IiIh In thu Jnst prlmarleH. Ilurb (lonlon Ih uiiuiilly curtain, or at luuut (Oontlnuod oil puga 4.) uovkhnoh withycomhe Who la luudliiK for Rovoruor by 44GC votoa, mmzMtiv1 Him mmW!.-ymm mm ' y IM tUiwrwnry ArrmiKcmcul for Cnrn of InlliieiiMi I'atleiitH Am (Niuipli'liMl Volnnli'cr Alili'M to Anolit .NiimcH Am Wantcil, (Prom Wudnninlay'H Dally.) Iiiclplonl friction In tlm maniiKO nmiit of tlm imwly created oinurKuncy honpltnl, uHtnhllnhed to cam fur In fluniizu ciihiih In thu city, wan re moved thlx mornliiK and nrrmiKu mentH Hindu to obtain thu bent m iiii Itn from tlm liiittltiitlon. City and county offlclnlH, rupruHentatlvuH of thu mill coinpmileN and other cltUoiiH were pnmuiit at tlm meetliiK, and all uKrued on tlm arrauitemuutH which liavii been pul In offccl today. Under thin plan, J, I). Donovan Ih to hu u completu clinr;o of tlm hos pital nud no patluntH are to be ad mitted without a certificate from n phyilclun that they am nuffurltiK from Hpmilnh lullueiua, Trained uuracH aru to bo provid ed mid volunteer allien are denlmd to iiHnlHt them In thu work. Huvnrnl preH clil at tlm meetliiK exprcNMed thu hope thnt thu hcIiooI teacher, who am now Idle hut reculvliiK full pay, will hu iimoiiK thu one to volunteer. C'ommltteiw appointed at tnuutliiKH hint week will continue In chan;u of tlutallH for tlm nunldtauco of Mr Donovan, mid another couiiultten wiin appointed to attend to thu audit of oxpennefl mid decUloun coucuriiliiK payment by patient. TEACHERS TO RECEIVE THEIR FULL SALARIES (From Monday' Dally.) Hchool boariln aru reijulred to pay full unladen to thu teacherM who aru tnkltiK a forreil lay-off on account of thu cloxhiK order In thu county. Thin announcement wiih received by J. Alton TliompNou, Hiiperliituiidont of Hchooln, from tlm Htutu nupurlntend ent'n' office, and Ih IidIiik hoiU to Hut nchnol dlrectorn In tho varloun din trlctfl by Mr Thompnon today. I'ructlcally all hcIiooIh of thu coun ty, with but one or two exception In thu rural dlnlrlctH, nru cloned, Mr ThotnpHon tnted thin inornliiK, and bin office In beliiK Hooded with iUorlen an to whether thu boariln nru ruijulred to pay thu toachem durliiK thu clonltiR purlod. MINTER WINS AS COUNCILMAN (1AINH 1IONOK OVKK Till: HL'SI .NKSH AND lailOK TICKOT CAN- didatk with ma1u1i.v ok mm: voti:h. (From WodnosnoyiDally.) II. I Mlntur, ruunliijrlmlupaiidont iiKnlnnt thu labor mid IiuhIiiohh men'H tlckut, wiih thu HiiccoHHful cmulldntu for thu city council ovor I-. A. Frl borK nt yuHtcrdny'H city uluctlon with u innrKln of iilnu vote. Ah In thu Keneral election, tlmro wau but llttlu Interest Hbown, thu votu beliiK exceptionally llKht. Tho niuaniiru referred by tho cty council for thu tax budget carriod, thu total flguriM on this not holtiK available. FoIIowIiik am thu iiuuich of tho cmulldateH, with thu total votu re ceived: J. A. KiiHtcn, mayor 043 M. K, Coleman, trcunuror rta U. HonHon, councilman 449 H. A, FrlborK 393 I). 0. Mcl'homon C'-'U It. 1. Mlntur 401 R. I.. I'nyno .. 4G2 J. O. IthodcH 4 80 F. T. Huthurlmid 4U) HIJ.VATOH McNAHY WIioho load ovor Woat has ronoliod iilmoat 10,000, mmWmr mm Germany Accepts Allied Terms and War Is at an End PARIS, Nov. 7. The allies and the Germans signed an armiHlice at 11 o'clock this morning, accepting the terms laid down by General Foch. Hostilities ceased at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Americans took Sedan be fore the Armistice became effective. The greatest war of all (time has come to a close. With the signing of the armistice and the cessation of hostilities neace will be declared, as Marshal Foch's terms are known to include provisions which will pre vent the resumption of hostilities. LEGAL BOARD WILL AID MEN COURT ROOMS OPEN. TO BE .Member of Hoard Aru to Hu at DeolKiialcil Place from Ijirly .Morning 1'iitll III o'clock lluch Hwnlup;. (From Monday 'n Dally.) Completing plmiH for kIvIiik aid to rBKlntranln In (IIIIiik out thulr que HoniiiilroH, commencing tomorrow mornltiK attorney or pumoua capable of ruudurlnfc hiicIi aid will occupy qunrturn In tho circuit court rooms. Thin wun definitely decldod upon at n moetliiK of thu attorney of tho city hold Saturday tilKht, at which inembur of thu IukuI advlnory board were pronunt, concurrltiR In tho ac tion taken. Nearly S00 reentrant received thulr iiientlonnnlreH from tho local draft hoard thin morning. All of thenu mtiHt bo returned within tho prencrlbed limit of seven day unless an extension of tlmu In clvon In nn effort to aid theno reRlntrnutn tlm attorney nro of tho opinion Hint by havltiK liendquiirtcrH where thlt work can hu done It will relievo thu men of counldernblu trouble, bcldcn giv ing ench of thu attorneys greater time to tnko care of IiIh pomonal huslnunn. A nchedulo ban been nrraitKcd whoroby each attorney will lvo at lunnt ono day to thu work, the rooms lieltiK open for tho accommodation of tho ruKlntrnntn from early In tho mornliiR until 10 o'clock each even ing. Tho following nchedulo linn b'en nrrnnged, tho men nnmed nflor tlio period Hpeclflcd having chtirge of tho work: Tuesday, Novombor C, Foronoon nnd Evening. H. S. Hnmllton, K. O. Stndtor. Afternoon W. I. Myers, A. J. Moore. Wednesday, N'ovombor C, Foro noon and ICvenlng. II, C. Ellis, Itoss Farnhnm, J. F. Arnold, R. S. Hnmll ton. Afternoon C. 8. Hanson, II. C, Ilartrauft, J. M. I.nwrunco, J. A. Rnstes. Thursday, Novombor 7, Forenoon nnd Kvonlug. It. W. Sawyor. II. II Do Armond, W. D, Hnrnes, Clyde M. McKay, Afternoon II. S. Hamilton, R. O, Stndtor, a. C. iMorgun, Don l'ooplofi, Friday, Novombor 8, Foronoon nnd Rvonlng. W. I. Myors, A. J, Mooro, W, D. Humes, J. Ilynn. Aftornoon II. C. Rills, Hosh Fjirnliuni, J. F. Ar nold, C, 8. Housoii. Saturday, Novombor 9, Foronoon and Rvonlng. W. I Myors, J. M l.ftwronco, H, C. Ilartrauft, R. O Stifdtor, A Whlsuiuit. Aftornoon ItT'W. Sawyer, 11. II. Do Armond, W, I). Hnrnos, Clydu M. McKay, J. A. Rust es. Monday, Novombor 11, Foronoon mid Rvonlng. W. I). Haruus, R. O. 8tndtor, J. Ilynn, A. J. Mooro. After-noon--A, Whlsnnnt, lloss Farnhnm, J. F, Arnold, C. S. Honson, Tuosdiiy, Novombor 12, Foronoon mid Rvonlng.- II H. Do Armond, II C, Hartrunft, II. C, Rills. Afternoon W, D. Humes. J. A. Rastos, J. M Lawronco, Clydu M. MolCny, II. S. Hnmllton II, II. DR AHMOXD 1)0 UUCCO'MlU llllUDOlf. MILLICAN FIRST TO NAME QUOTA TURNS IN AMOUNT AT NOON TODAY. Victory Hoj mill CilrN Are to Coin, ineiico Their Campaign Tomor row Afternoon Third I of yuota IlalNcd. (From Wednesday's Dally.) Mllllcnn is tho first district In tho county to report with a full quota In tho United Welfare cntnpalgn drlvo. V. II. Johnson, chairman for tho dis trict, reported to Mr. Foley this morning Thu quota subscribed was on thu first allotment to tho various districts and did not Include tho ad ditional CO por cent, which was added through n tclogrum from tho stato headquarters yesterday. This will bo raised tind reported Immediately, Mr. Johnson stated this afternoon. In tho drlvo in tho city, tho work (of tho second day equaled thai of Monday, and about $1100 has now boon subscribed against n quota of $3300. Tho doors of tho Liberty templu worn opened this morning at 9 o'clock to recelvo subscriptions, und It Is thought this will probably hnvo an Incentive to Increase tho subscriptions. Chairman Foley stated this morn ing that but ono-thlrd of tho amount noccssary had been subscribed, nnd tho majority of tho largo donations , hnvo been received. Unless a greater numbor of pooplo make their sub scriptions during tho remaining days of tho waok it will bo necessary to put solicitors in tho field to finish up. Persons subscribing this week will hnvo tholr names placed on tho honor list. This fcaturo of the drlvo s' at an end Saturday, as It Is under stood tho list Is only niado up of pa triotic cltlrcns who havo voluntarily mndo their contributions. As nn Incontlvo to tho drlvo, tho Victory Hoys and Victory Girls will commenco tholr campaign In earnest Thursday aftornoon. Three captains will havo chnrgo of tho boys, and an other throo will load tho girls In tho campaign in tho city to enroll as many of tho youngsters as possible In tho organization, each member pledging himself to give a certain sum which ho has earned by work ing tor It, to tho United Wei faro work. Tho mimes of thoso who havo pledged, togothor with tho amount pledged will bo published Inter, which will in itsolf constitute nn honor roll for tho younger ones In tho city. MNARY IN LEAD FOR SENATOR (Iff United Vtv to The Iknil Pullctln.) I'OKTiaND, Nov. . .McXnry's lend over West Incrouseil this after noon to, 1IOHO, on incomplete returns from lid counties, ImltidliiK .Mult nomah. Governor Wlthyconibe's lead N 11115 on a count from fovtcr products. PORTLAND. Nov. 6, Senator McNury, tho Republican candldnto, Is leading West, Domocratlo candi date, by 1358 votes In 200 Multno mah county precincts. Governor Withycombo Is loading l'lorco by 912, Me. Vary Ahead In Statu, Iiicompluto rot urns from tho stato at largo Into this attornoon glvo Mc Nary 10,009, Woat 9227. For roprosontatlvo Lufforty 3147, MoArthur, Itopubllcau, 10,047, Smith, Democrat, a r. 0 D . For Justice, of tho Htipromo court to fill tho va cancy caused by tho donth of Jus. Hco Mooro, llonnot 1439, CumpboU 008, Coko 1000, Olson 20S7 Of tho $170,500,000 to bo raised In tho United Wur Work drlvo, $3,GO0. 000 will ho spout by tho Amorlcun Library nssoclntlon for hooks, Chairman Hnjri Claim n Majority in Hotli thu Hoiiho and Hcnnto Mbotnuri lU'-clcctH Champ Clark. nr UnltMl rr. to Th tWiul Ilullrtln.) NKW YOKK, Nor. . With the Republican ami Democratic head quartern claiming the Iiouho anil hcnatc, United l'rrH election tiffurvn till iiftcniooii Inillcatc the result In thu M'linfo I doubtful, uitli the house apparently Repiihllcnn. The M-iuite? nice I no clone It may he n He, with Mundial ciintlnK tlm ilccld litK otc. The sltuntlon In changing hourly. At 2 :,'!) It npioiircl that the Demo crats had lost the senate neat In Sew Ilmnpililrc, Delaware, IlllnoN, KniinnN and probably Montana, lth Idaho nnd MIsmiuH doubtful. The prevent enale In made tip of K2 DemocratN mid -1 1 Rcpubllcani. As suiiiIiik that Montmia Iiiim elected n Kepubllcan, It will (,'he the Demo crat 47, the Republican 10, with Idaho and MlHMiurl doubtful, and conccdcil Democnitlc. If lioth Idaho und Missouri elect Democrat, the senate will tie. TIicmj figures u.sutne Hint the Democrats have won Kentucky, nl though Republicans aru Mill claim litK the htnte. The DcmocnitH are claiming Ford's clrctlon, although Newberry I still Icadlnp; In the state. It Is Indicated the Republican will have nbotit iilM congrc-soien to 11)5 Democrat ami one Socialist, Herger of Milwaukee. DKMOCRAT LRADS IX MOXTAXA. HRLRNA, Nov. 6. Senator Walsh, Democrat, Is this afternoon lcudlng Lnndstrum, Republican candldato for xenator, by nearly 4000. CLAIM MAJORITY. NEW YOiy, Nov. C Tho Repub lican headquarters this aftornoon claimed tho election of a Republican bousu and senate, with 51 Republic ans and 45 Democratic senators. They claim to control thu house by 29. NEW YORK. Nov. 6. Incompleto roturns Indicate that tho Republicans will control both tho senate and house. National Republican Chair man Hayes this morning declared tho Republicans had gained soven sen ators and 2C representatives. Ho de clared this would give tho Republic ans a majority of throe In tho senate nnd 35 In tho house. Telegrams which havo been re ceived by him, ho declared, show tho Republicans to havo gained senators In Colorado, Missouri, Idaho, Kan sas, Illinois, Dolawaro and New Hampshire DEMOCRATS CLAIM MAJORITY. WASHINGTON. Nov. 6. Acting Democratic National Chairman Cum nilngs at 2 o'clock this afternoon claimed tho sonato by from two to four votes and tho house from flvo to 10. MISSOURI DEMOCRATIC. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 6. Incompleto returns from all counties in tho Ninth district show tho re-election of Champ Clark by 2200. APPEAL DISMISSED IN DESCHUTES CASE (Portland Journal.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. Tho su prurao court today dismissed vho ap- poal of tho Deschutes Railroad com pany ngalnst the Eastern Oregon Laud company to onjoln tho construc tion of a railroad ovor lands along thu Deschutes rlvor for lack of Juris diction. DENTON O. HURDICK Reprcjentativo from Twenty first district. Twcnty-Thrco Precincts (live 115 .Majority Race Hctwccn Htookey nnd Overt u rf for Com- nilssloncr. (From Wednesday's Dally.) Complete returns from 2.1 out of the 21 precinct in the county Into till afternoon give Roberts for sheriff 827, lot 070; Do Armoml for district attorney (111, I'nrnham 051; Ovcrturf for two-year commis sioner -101, Htookcy raii Vnrco 451. This glvc Htookry the election, his lend being sufficient to oiercomo any votes from thu one remaining precinct, Cllne I'nll. Deschutes county has again voted strong Republican, reports from tho 24 precincts of tho county showing that tho Democrats have been de feated In practically every voting precinct. Returns aro comng In slow, many of the outside precincts having failed to report at noon to day. Tho vote overywhoro in tho county has been light, in tho six precincts in Bond slightly over 700 votes were polled, ngalnst 1700 at tho election two years ago. Other districts havo shown a similar lack of Interest In tho campaign, La Pine, which ordi narily polls over 100 votes, coming In with but slightly over 30. In six precincts In the city Mc Nary carried, over his opponent West, with 353 ngalnst 33C. Withy combe has a margin of 52 In tho same precincts, receiving a total of 371 votes against 319 for Pierce. There was no fight on any of tho remaining state offices, tho greatest Interest centering In the race for dis trict attorney and sheriff, on tho county ticket. Roberts carried the city over his opponent, Fox, with a margin of 104 votes, receiving a total of 417 against 313 for Fox. Late this attornoon incomplete returns from 17 out of the 24 precincts in tho county givo Roberts a margin of 140 votes, but It is generally conceded by tho Roberts forces that five of the unreported districts are strong for Fox. Whether or not Fox will receive sufficient votes In these dis tricts toyoveicorao tho lead Roberts now has lies" critlroly with tho in terest displayed by tho voters. It in these districts' as little Interest was . shown as In other parts of tho county p the Roberts lead will bo sufficient for his election. Do Armond, running ngalnst Farn ham for county attorney, has a greater lead over his opponont than Roberts. In tho districts reported he has a majority of at loast 150. while tho districts yot to bo heard from can as easily bo claimed by him aa by Farnhnm. His election Is coner aUy conceded, although there Is still a possibility of Farnbam overcoming the lead. In the city precincts Do Armond Is leadlns by 131 votes, carrying every precinct with the ex ception oQ two. Tho race for county commissioner, two-year term, is still unsettled. Overturf Is leading In tho city pre cincts with 258 votes, Stookey, Demo crat, is second with 231 votes, and Varco, tho Independent candidate, hi bringing up the rear -with 221 votes. In the county Stookoy has a slight lead. In 11 precincts hoard from Overturf has 371 votes, Stookey 378, Vurco 310. For county commissioner, tour year term, O. II. Miller has a heavy lead ovor his opponent, A. S, Holmes. Eleven precincts complete give Holmes 287, against 638 for Miller. For representatives, Twenty-first represontattvo district, Ilurdlck, Re publican, and Doncer, Independent, havo carried the county over Geo. H. Morriman of Klamath county. Robert Gould for county survoyor has a lend over his opponont, Frank Mny, which is not likely to bo over come. C. E. Nlswongor for coronor Is leading Grimes by u wide margin. All Meiuiureti Carry. All Initiative und torondum meas ures on tho ballot havo been carried, Including tho delinquent tax bill. The llvo stock mensuro, which was voted on In six precincts, has car ried. Iiillucn.n Hampers Vote. Tho epidemic of lntluenza had Its effect on tho voto in tho city nnd county. Iloud polled loss than hull the normal voto, whllo outslda com munities report u slmMur drop. In many Instances In making re turns of election today Judges of thu outsldo precincts mndo tho inlntuko of placing both sots of tally shoots In tho ballot boxes und dealing them up. This iiocossltatos tho returning ot tho boxes to tho precincts to bo oponcd by tho judges, and will do lay complete returns for u couplp ot days. CALIFORNIA LOST BY THE PROinS (Dy Unltc4 Trow to Thtt Iknct Dulk-tln ) SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 0 An overwhelming null prohibition voto In Sun Francisco has probably swung tho statu wot.