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11RNI) 11ULLKTIN, 11END, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, tOIH
The Bend Bulletin
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
ROBERT W. SAWYER
An Indopomlont newspaper stnnd
Ing for tho Bquuro dcnl, clonn bust
ncBg, elenn politics nnd tho best In
terests of Pond and Control Oregon.
Ono Ycnr $2.00
Blx Months 1.00
Throo Months . . .60
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 191S.
THREE MEN AND THE VISION
lty itruce lUrton.
In n certain city dwell threo men.
And by accident of birth ono of thorn
Js n Catholic nnd ono Is n Protestant
nnd ono is n Jew.
For thirty years thoy have engaged
in business side by side, nnd tho
Catholic has not dealt with tho
Protestant; nnd tho Catholic nnd tho
Protestant hnvo had no dealings
with tho Jew.
"What Is ho to mo:" each man
has said. "Ho is not of my faith: I
will avoid him."
So for thirty years they hare dwelt
togother, strangers In a friendly
Then camo tho shadow of a fearful
war. And out of those three homes
threo boys went forth alone. Three
fathers waited heart-worn for the
letters from' over there.
"There aro Soldiers of Friendli
ness over here," thot boys wrote
home. "They bring us chocolate,
and motion pictures, and baseball,
and good lectures; and tho memory
of mother and of God."
"Help those friendly agencies
when you have tho chance," each
boy wroto home.
So It happened that tho three
fathers found themselves working
shoulder to shoulder In a great cam
paign for funds.
"Not as a Catholic and a Protestant
and a Jew but ns good citizens
united In a common cause.
And as they worked they camo to
know ench other, and they were
ashamed that for so many years they
liad been strangers sldo by side.
"Surely this is ono of tho com
pensations of war," they said, "that
in our deeper love for our boys wo
have learned a new respect for one
So a now Bplrlt was born Into that
city. As though In Its heart It had
discovered something of the greater
religion, whose God Is Father; and
whoso faith and creed nro love.
IS BURIED AT
THE OLD HOME
FCNERAL SERVICES HELD THIS
MORNING OVKK THE REMAINS
OF MISS KATHERINH (SHACK
City and county authorities, in co
operation with private Individuals,
have made possible the establish
ment of the emergency influenza hos
pital in tho new -gymnasium. To ob
tain tho full benefit of tho institution
and to end in the quickest timo pos
sible tho epidemic now existing here
tbey need and should have tho com
plete co-operation and assistance of
every citizen of Bend.
Measures taken this morning havo
.removed any possible chance of frlc
'tlon through a double-headed man
agement of the hospital. Steps havo
also been taken to have the situa
tion dealt with calmly and sanely.
'ow men aro needed to help In the
work; and women also. Women, in
deed, more than men. And all who
can give themselves during tho
emergency should come forward.
School teachers who are laid off
on account of the Influenza epidemic
must be paid tholr wages. Wo won
der If theatre managers have to pay
rent. And what about the minister's
ealnry? Insofar as that Is dependent
on "offerings" It must bo coming In
slowly. Would it not be a good
thing for church members to make
their offerings through the mall?
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Funeral services over tho remains
of Miss Knthcrlno Grace VauUovort,
who died in this city Sunday evening
following nn attack of pneumonia
brought on through Illness from In
fluenza, wore hold ut 10 o'clock this
morning on the lawn at tho homo of
her brother, Dr. J. C. Vamlovort.
Interment was made at the, "Old
Homestead" ranch, tho family homo.
Miss Vnndevert was n native of
New York state, coming to Orogou
nearly 25 years ago, where tho fam
ily settled 20 miles southwest of
Bend on tho "Old Homestead." Thoro
she grew up with her father and
mother, brothers and sisters ns
companions, nnd thoro sho developed
a character of unusual beauty.
Sho attonded tho Bond schools and
was graduated from tho Bond high
school, the following year attending
tho Willamette university In Salem.
Tho winter of 1915-1916 she taught
In tho Bend schools. August Inst
sho accepted a position in tho local
postofflco and becamo Interested nnd
engrossed In her work. Mnny people
havo received her kindly nml ready
servlco for Uncle Sam. Tho ndmlr-
able qualities of noble womanhood
were hers, loyalty, sincerity, honor
nnd faith In n Suprewe Power. Be
cause sho loved mankind sho herself
was loved deeply by those whose for
tune It was to know her.
Her illness of a week started with
a cold which developed Into tho
dreaded Influenza nnd then pneu
monia, which becamo rapidly serious.
She rallied from tho first approach
of that and tho second time fought
for hours for every moment of her
life, but was taken back by the Power
that gave her.
Of her Immedlato family she is the
first to go. Her mother and father
and oldest brother, William, live on
tho homo ranch: Dr. J. C. Vnndevert
In Bend; Clnudn, n private In the
GGth division. 162nd Infantry, Is now
on tho way to New York; George, a
medical student, in Portland; Arthur
In tho Students' Army Training
camp, Eugcno; ono sister, Mrs. Cat
low, teaches In La Pine; Mlttye, re
siding with relatives in Arkansas.
All nre here except Clnudo and
MAY BE USED
GOVERNMENT RAISES AMOUNT
TO TIIKKK POUNDS PER PER
SON PER MONTH, FOLLOWING
STOPPING OK CANNING.
(From Friday's Dnlly.)
Consumers nro ngnln permitted
threo pounds of sugar per mouth
por person, provided tho purchase Is
made boforo tho 15th of tho mouth.
This announcement was mndo by
County Food Administrator Mart
rnntt this morning, following thu re
ceipt of u telegram from thu state
Mr. Hnrtrantt stated that thu In
crease In tho proportion was un
doubtedly due to tho withdrawal of
canning sugnr from tho market, yes
tardily being tho last day on which
sugnr was sold for this purposu.
Customers nro permitted the fam
ily supply for tho month at one
Twelve pounds of substitute Is re
quired with each ' purchase of GO
pounds of sugar, Mr. Hnrtrnnft an
nounced. There had been sotuo con
fusion regarding this, ho declared,
mnny of tho grocers nnd tho public
generally believing that ton pounds
Is all that Is required.
After tho war the thing to put on
all manufactured goods will bo
"NOT made in Germany."
Somewhat different from the elec
tion two years ago?
Germany is taking the helm away
Among thoso elected Is Included
News in Brief.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
TOO PAR OUT OK TOWN.
Four Hollanders arrived in Bend
last night from Portland, claiming
to havo been sent hero by u Port
land employment agoncy to work for
a local lumber company In the con
struction of a logging road. The
work, they said, was to havo been
two miles from the city. When thoy
wero offered positions in tho logging
camps, eight miles from the city,
they refused, declaring It was too
MRS. ELLIS' PARENTS HERE.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Morrison and
and their daughter, Mrs. Bluncho
Brady, havo recently arrived In Bend
from Hooker, Oklahoma, and will
make their homo here, occupying the
S. A. BJakely house on Greenwood
uvonue. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison aro
tho parents of Mrs. H, C. Ellis, and
Mrs. Brady will take charge of tho
office work of the Bend Insurance
FJNEI) FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
(Matt Aust, an Austrian, arrested
Sunday for the theft of an overcoat
from an S. P. & S. brakeman, was
fined f lEf and costs in Judge Eastes'
court yesterday aftornoon, Aust
save hj$, reasons for tho theft by
declaring' porno ono had stolen his
overcqat jwdv lift ,knew' with cold
weather ioWfwftontlik "would need
Another,. '' ,sr
CALDWELL HERE TO VOTE.
Mayor S. C. Caldwell arrived In
the city this morning from Van
couver, Washington, whero ho Is em
ployed as shop foreman In tho sheet
metal department of one of tho largo
shipyards there. Ho stated his re
turn to Bend was made expressly for
the purpose of casting his vote at
the state and city election today. Ho
will remain hero for several days.
LEGAL HOARD OPEN.
Tho legal board, for the purpose
of aiding registrants In filling out
their questionnaires, was opened In
tho circuit court rooms this morn
ing with R. S. Hamilton and E. O.
Stadter In charge. With tho excep
tion of one hour for lunch and an
other for dinner, tho rooms will be
open until 10 o'clock this evening.
FORMER REND MAN DEAD.
Word has been received In this
city of tho death of Julius Kortsman,
a former resident of this city. He
had been working at tho shipyards
In Vancouver, Washington, and his
death, which was tho result of an
attack of Influenza, occurred about
two weeks ago.
MILL MEN COME FIRST.
Dr. R. W. Hendershott, county
health officer, is at tho logging
camps today of Tho Shevlln-Hlxon
Company and tho Brooks-Scanlon
company administering serum for
influenza. He is being aided In this
work by Dr. Hyde of Redmond.
GOES TO VIRGINIA.
Lieut. Harry Newton has been or
dered to Virginia, supposedly for
embarkation overseas, according to
word received by his father, W. G.
Newton, of this city. Lieut. Newton
has boon at Salt Lako City during
the past four weeks.
VARCO RETURNS HOME.
E. E. Varco, candidate for county
commissioner, two-year term, re
turned to his home at Brothers this
morning ufter spending tho past two
weeks' on u canvass of tho county.
(From Mondays Dally.)
QUESTIONNAIRES ARE OUT.
Between 760 and 800 question
naires to the men between tho ages
of 18 and 19 and 37 and 45, Inclus
ive, wero mnlled out by tho local
war board yesterday and received by
the registrants this morning.
EXAMINATIONS EACH TUESDAY.
I'iiyslcal examinations of men in
cIuhs 1, Soptembor registration, aro
being made on Tuesday of each week.
Tho men aro notified on what days
to appear by tho local war board.
SCHOOL CENSUS BEING TAKEN.
Teachers of tho public schools of
Bend commenced taking tho census
of tho city a 9 o'clock this morning.
Tho district has been divided l.uo
1C sections, two teachers taking a
section nud malting a hou-.e-to-house
canvasa. It is exported tho work will
bo complete this evening.
(From Saturday's Daily)
TUMALO BOY FOR SERVICE.
Mahlon Couch of Tumalo has been
called by tho local draft board to
entrain November 11 for Camp
Lewis, undor tho order received by
tho local board yesterday. Couch's
name was next In tho list und n sub
stitute was required, a vacancy be
ing made, in tho call as announced
;?., . r?uy i"rougn the death of L. P.
jiiKKeiHon at uaxer City,
SCHOOLS ARK CLOSED.
Practically all of the schools of
the county have been closed as a re
sult of tho epidemic of Spanish In
fluenza, It has boon reported by tho
county school superintendent's of
llco. Whllo the disease has not made
Its appearance In nil county districts,
tho boards nro taking thu closing
order as a matter of precaution.
L. P. MIKKELSON IS DEAD.
Word wns received In this city this
morning of the death of L. P. Mlkkot-
son, a former uonu resident, ni
Baker City. Mlkkolson was of draft
ago and hnd been called to report
for cntrnlnmcnt to Camp Lewis on
November 11. The cause of his
death was not given In tho report. '
KM) POUNDS IN IH SPUDS.
Forty-eight potntoes mnko up a
sack of 100 pounds which has been
donated to Tho Bulletin tobacco
fund by Bert Mocks of Hampton.
Tho potatoes nro to bo auctioned off,
tho proceeds to bo turned over to
GETS (S(H)I) CROP.
Two tons of potntoes wero raised
on loss than n halt aero of land by
E. E. Varco of Brothers at his ranch
there by tho dry land method this
ycnr, giving an exceptionally good
crop. Somo faw of the tubers
weighed over two pounds each.
SHEEP GOING THROUGH.
Gcorgo Stlllwell, In charge of. a
band of 800 sheep belonging to Guy
Ingcrmnn, is In town on his wnyjto
tho Mackintosh ranch. Tho shqep
are la tho vicinity of Lava Butte and
working In. Mr. Stlllwell reports
them in lino condition.
STANDARD SLEEPER OKI-'.
Tho standard sleeper between this
city and Portland on tho O. T. has
been discontinued until further no
tice, It was announced by railroad
officials hero today.
MRS. LAWRENCE RETURNS. '
Mrs. J. M. Lawrenco returned this
morning from a several days' trip to
V. 8. Bushmill of Roberts was
looking after his catttu Interests In
Alfalfa thin wuuk.
Tho Alfalfa school opened again
iMondny ntlar IiuIikr closed (o pro
vent tho llu.
Carl Larson Is clearing hoiuo now
hind on tho (luorln ranch.
Albert Kerry, a mall elork on tho
Portland-linker run, Is homo, con
valescing from an attack of lutlu
unr.u. Mrs. M. L. Pyntt received u letter
Saturday stating all her people now
In Montana nro afflicted with the llu,
Mrs. Frnnk Ogle of Tho Dalles Is
visiting old friends In Alfalfa.
Considerable work n being done on
tho Irrigation canals under tho super
vision of Kno Leonard.
Rnlph Kerry, who has been In. no
il vo service In Franco for more than
a year, has boon disabled and re
turned to tho V, H. Ilo Is at present
In n hospital In tho east, hut hopes
to return to his home In Alfalfa soon,
But few people visited tho polls
at Alfalfa November 5. Such In
difference should be discouraged,
Howard L. Hurrlght and Albert
Schults wuro In Bond Wednesday at
tending to tho tilling out of their
Tho Jolly Neighbors' club at their
last meeting voted tho money re
ceived from their Rod Cross quilt,
which amounted to about $170,1
turned into tlio Hem! headquarters.
Their regular meeting has been post
poned to help prevent tho llu.
Mrs. Mary Bonn Is visiting rela
tives In Portland nnd Aberdeen.
Frnnk Tuttl Is looking nftur her al
falfa ranch and cattle during her ab
sence. Frank Hnfener has been sum
moned to Bund for physical examin
ation for tho U. S. army.
(Cat. United from Pago Ono.)
IS DISPOSED OF
ALFALFA, Nov. I!. Billy Wilson
of Powell Ilutto has disposed of all
his holdings In Alfalfa to Con llrlen,
a sheep man.
Mr. nnd Mrs. McBnln of Prlnovilln
havo moved onto the place vacated
by Curt Hollo way.
Peter Grabler and family of Bend
havo moved onto the Curt Mullor
his friends who have been hero In
sist that ho has got the thing right
by the forelock. Gordon declared In
his pro-primary campaign Hint he
wns down on the Bolshovlks and a
regular rlp-ronrlug hunter after tho
sculps of all of that Ilk nud clan.
Ho Is n Inrgo gentleman, with a very
stern, set face which probably would
cause a Bolshevik to Jump u mile
wero ho to como Into contact with
It In some lonely spot. Seymour
Jones, on the other hand, used to
bo u lawyer In Chicago, which might
spell most anything. Ho now raise
fruit and nil of tho political disturb
nuco ho Is able to, which so far has
not been very much. Mr Jones
worked against tho $0,000,000 bond
bill In tho Inst session nnd for It
after the session was ovor. This
didn't queer him In Marlon county,
ns those who wero opposed to thu
bill blessed him for what ho did In
tho legislature, and those who fav
ored (who, by tho way, wero few and
Cur between In this county) blessed
him for what ho did after the ses
sion wns over, and they till voted
for him In tho primaries and tho
general election. His having form
erly boon a Chicago lawyer may havo
made It possible for him to got away
with It, but It Is doubtful If It could
have been pulled In any other county
It Is certnln that Jones mudo n
number of legislators quite peeved
ut tho stand ho took on tho bond
bill In the last session, anil very
few of them having been In thu coun
ty during tho campaign following, It
Is not likely ho has wormed himself
back Into their good graces. Tho
chances nro that ho hasn't much
chance, although this would moot
with u loud denial (or him.
What chances Denton Burdlck has
repose largely In his own bosom nud
that of his prospectlvo supporters, as
far as any Information that can be
heard around hero. A fuw legis
lators who have drifted In havo boon
askijd that question on they say that
thejj don't figure him us a very heavy
contender, Prohubly thoy have In
tended to vote for someone elso any
way. Logically, however, It uppoars
that ho coutd have a good opportun
ity to put It over, with a Willamotto
valley mnn bucking against n Mult
nomah county mnn and thu Eastern
Oregon man standing on the side-
Help Stamp Oit
The Spanish Influenza
Good, clean, warm Underwear and Hosiery
as well as outer gannonts will help a great deal
to provont it.
OUR UNDERGARMENTS, whether light, imidluni or
heavy wohht, are nil made from flrsl quality yams, carefully
Mulshed, lumlii for durability ns well ns warmth and comfort,
You pay no moro for thoso than for Inferior gnnueiilH else
whero, Women's Union Suits 91.-18 to ?:j.25
Children's Union Suits 87c to 91.58
OUR LINE OK ARMOR I'ltATK HOSIERY is nil ilyml
with Hiirms-Not-Dyo, which gives thu Htooklng a rich, fiiHt
colored lustre and does not rot tho yarn, That's the reason
so many of our customers sny: "Your stockings wear so
much hotter than any I ovor bought," This Is trilu whether
you buy u 25c cotton or a $1.75 silk huso,
CHOOSE YOUR NEW SUIT OR COAT AT THIS STORE
Whoro you get thu greatest variety to choose from. Our
goods como direct from Now York's best fashion makers, Wo
pay no middleman's profit, Wo give our customers thu benefit
ot this saving.
Women's Coats $M.50 to $78.00
Women's Suits $22.50 to $15.00
Children's Coats, all ages $125 to $15.00
The Peoples Store
Amt (or IUG CotifU and Armor PUle I lotirry
Hues. Frankly Burdlck was not ap
proved of by a number of the mem
I'crs of tho last legislature. Whether
this disapproval will stretch over
Into the ono coming up In a problem
still to bo decided.
So far prospectlvo legislation In
tho next session seems to bu In
rather a hazy and cloudy stage. It
Is certain there will bu a large num
ber ot 'freak measures about war
proposals, there will he considerable
jockeying about ns to appropriations
nud thu usual grist of ainondmniits
sought by tho various statu depart
ments will all laku up time.
Geiiurully, however, tho atmos
phere has been freer from discussion
of possible legislation than It has
been this far away from the begin-
Inlng of a session for many years.
Legislation has suffered thu same
handicaps as politicians and apathy
Is In tho air as to all questions ex
cept those of Mar and pence.
P. A. Dover & Son, Tumnlo, Oro.,
are prepared to winter horses and
cattle ut thulr place six tulles west
of Tumnlo. 35-c
If taken promptly. P. A. Dovoro
& Son, Tumnlo, Oro. Kti-35-rio
FOR KALE-Eleven head of pun?
bred registered lliiiiipshlro bucks,
one year old. Priced right. Will
sell ono or all. Phono No. 4 05
Redmond oxrhungo. J. J. Ellin
ger, Redmond, Oro. 8335-(0
FOR SALE- Or will trade for cat tin
or sheep, 20 hend horses, iiiohL
good young one. Can bo seen nL
my ranch, Inquire at Bulletin.
FOR HALE 40 acres near Bond, 27
ncres water right In crop, Id ncres
hay; with or without stook. In
quire Bulletin, !M'28tfo
LOST AND FOUND.
flaxlflnt ltrtrtlaln rlmrgp l-r Imuh 20
rtnta for SO wunl or lr.. On fnt twr
wuril for all rr 20. All clu.lflnl ittrrrtUln
trtttlr ciuh in mlvnc..
TAKEN UP Jersey heifer, branded
O on right hip, two white hind
legs. Olu Haiueii, DcschuUti.
! LOST --Sheep, ewes branded OC.
lambs earmark swallow fork nml
upper bit. Liberal reward will bo
paid for tho return or Information
that will lend to tho return of
same. Phono or write Wm. Wil
son. Powell Rutin. Ore. ll-HUtfo
FOR SALE Young calves. Ander
son Dairy. Rural 857. lt-30tfc
FOR SALE Cheap, White Hondo
pressing parlors, opposite Wright
hotel. Apply Bund offlco. 17-3 rip
FOR SALE Choice Toulouse geosu
for breeding purposes. Call or
wrlto F. V. Swisher, Tumnlo, Oro.
FOR SALE PASTURE AND GRAZ
ING ut our place, six miles west
ot Tumalo. Wo have about 100
acres pasture (Irrigated oat and
ryo stubble), Including 00 to 70
loads of straw, u few Ions ot hay,
with much other grass forage.
-, Also about 000 acres other graz
ing, principally bunch grass, with
extensive out vrungo adjoining.
Ample iinturul Vanning water on
premises. Will sell uso of It all
TO TRADE Corner lot, 50x100, In
Portland, near Interstate bridge;
beautiful view of Vancouver; con
venient to Grnut-Sinlth-Portur ship
yard. Would trade for small
Jioiiim) und lot In Bund, preferably
near sawmill. 318 Colorado Ave..
Bend. 1 t-30p
MONEY TO LOAN -$5000.00 to loan
on Improved farm laud, Duschuton
County Ahstrncl Co. OO-HCtfo
WANTED Pasture and liny or straw
for tho winter, fed to 7 cows. 4
calves and A horses. Wrlto soon
to Geo. Huett, Flfo, Oro. C8-30p
WANTED A team of marcs, nbout
1600 lbs, each, for cash. Address
Plorcy & Sons, Tumnlo, Oro.
WANTED Fresh 8linrthorn milch
cews. B. L. Tone, Sisters, Oregon,
I IMIII 4
1 It Tickle You to
Have Your Salary Doubled?
That's exactly what French's Closing
Out Sale means to the money saving
people of Central Oregon. DON'T
DELAY. Get your share while the
getting is good, at
A. L. FRENCH'S OLD STAND