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The bend bulletin.
HKNII, DHHOIIUTICH COUNTY, OHKftO.V, XHUIWDAY, NOVICMHCIt M, HUB
FOR FAIR PLAY
FALSEHOODS DO NOT
Vol (liven lo Movernor Wltliycombo
Hvldeucn Tlint IVopIo of tlin
Htnto Ciuinot Ho MInIimI
liy Unlnio Report.
(HUI U. Th. llulMln.)
BALKM, Nov. 14. titulnr this dntn
linn n wook or two ago attention of
tlio esteemed mlltor of thu I'ortluiul
Journal was called to tlin fuel Hint
li IiiiiI frequently dissertated upon
Oswald Wosi being elected governor
und Hon Olcotl being uloctrd necro
tnry ot Ntutu becnusn their opponents
waged it campaign of vllliricntloii nml
iibuso, mid, that In spile ot these
dissertations, thu Journnl Hliowcd
Un Incoiislslency liy stooping to n
campaign which ninkcn nil previous
cnmpiilgns waged In tho statu road
llko tho IvudliiK editorial In u Sun
day school magazine
Thu election returns show Unit tho
Journal's first hunch wan right. Lies,
political skulduggery, sandbagging
mid Iron knucklolsm uiuko no hit
with tint pntrlotlo voter ot Mils
grand old statu of Oregon.
Governor WIMiycombo hnii It up
Ittit sleeve to soo If tho engine ot
tlin Inw ennuot ho directed ngulnst
tiomn of tho purlieu who fllled tho
columns of newspapers with doWier
uti) mid IIMulcnlluucd falsehood.
Onii ot tho most llnKrant exumplcs
of thin sort of polltlcnl Dick Turpln
I hid developed ut tho uluvnnth hour,
when scarcely a chnnco -was given to
nhow It up (in tho llu It was. Tho
Democratic statu contrnl comtnlttvo
opimly d ii o I a r o d Mint (lovornor
Wllhycombti ,lftd opposed Attorney
(lomirul llrowiUfa' Investigating Mm
Pacific l.lTi!VoWftBpiiny land fraud
cuso, and im nqiMtfty'out In tho open
declared HnU$tli . governor hud
never taken RlMnittljMrtep toward re
turning to'lhirilMH.n itcro of land
that hud buMMkaVfrom It,
Thai thin wtrtfii deliberate lie In
ovldoncud hy thu records nl the statu
liouue no numerous thai n child could
find (hum- Klvo tnlnuteii after ho
had first read tho ndvortlsoment the
writer hud hi hand on n mack of
iocuniuua'jcoinKiPJBi)ow nun uot-
iirnor;uuiyconiuo wnn one or thu
inn in mo raciuc i.iv
Mhnl ho voted consistently
nproecuto It lifter Attor-tTntrnvi-n
linil iiilvlni'il that
ho nroliiitifv' lu'd sufficient uvlduuco
on which to base IiIh rime, and fur
thermore ho voted to provide fund
to carry on the Investigation to un
earth toHtlinony for the prosecution
tiy tho xtnte It U truo (hut tho
Coventor personally had un Idea
Mint perhaps tho nlleKed frauds werp
no obsolete (hut ll uilKht hu working
mi Injustice to proNeculo tho suits,
lint ho did not allow thin pemonal
Idea to override IiIh plain duty to the
Htalo mid ho hacked the attorney
general In every move ho iiiado. Tho
record In this liistuncu In ho clear. It
wiih no eanlly ohtaluuhlo, It wnn no
open to any Individual who noiiKht It.
und open without price, that oven If
tho Democratic central ronunltteu
wan not awaro of tho fuctH ll wan
culpable In tho extreme. In ussussluiit
.InK, or attempting to ussnssluuto, u
high public official's character. Hut
that It know It lied and winded to
Ho neenm posslbla from tho fact that
It Issued tho advurtlnuiuunt ut n time
no near! election that refutation or
It wan nlmont Imponnlhlo, .
That 'Ih one liiHtauco of thu lien
that were spread In a frantic elforl
to pull tho governor from the pod
ostul upon which hi) hnn been placed
liy tho people ot tho ntnto.
Tho campaign wan surcharged with
lien nhout tho governor und about
Tho aiiHwer to thenn IIh wan regis
tured hy Mm puoplo'H hallotH on elec
tion day. Ah the Unit page on the
primer ot thu campalKn far budding
liolltlclmiH hIiouIiI ha written tho
Oolden Itulo. On tho Insldo pa mm
tthnuld bo printed Mm Oolden Rulu,
und on thu hack pago uhould hu
Htainped tho Oolden Hulo. A poli
tician who really followed that doc
trine uilKht rlnu IilKh and hint Ioiir.
What hnppoiiH to tho other brand of
Hiutuho wiih told In living lottora on
n recent Tuenday.
Ouo Walter I'lorco will return to
tho neunto und no doubt ho will ho
woepliiK tho Huuutorlul cunpldorH to
overllowliu: ut thu comltiK huhsIoh of
Now that It Ih nil ovor, let It be
lenown that Walter traveled far and
wide during Mm lutU campulcn. lie
whlapered to IiIh frlendn Mint tho
Kovernor wiih not Amorlcun born; ho
whUpurud to his friends Mint tho
Koyornor had ono foot In his Kravo;
that tho Kovurnor was In 111 health
und would nuvur It vo hla term out,
und u tow more mich acaudal moiiKur
Iiir tuloH which tow politicians of
IilKh callbro would utoop to.
Ho paddled It far and wide.
And, iih it result, Wultor hau boon
Jiorcd by Ilia own bull.
Tho puoplo ot ttila little old fltnto
may bu tluinkJul that thoy didn't
ImoHt Walter Into tho govornor'H
Ho did enough dninagQ for ono life
tlmo when ho engineered tho cnlaiu
Moub undurtukliiK known as tho 0 por
cont. Ilmltutlon amondinont to n bug
coBBtul conclusion a few years iwgo
(Oontlnuod ou last page,)
OVER THE TOP
EXCEEDS QUOTA LAST
Oilier (oininuultlr Aro Yrt to He
Heard from Central illation
Aro Wired by tho Htnto
(From Tucmlny's Dnlly.)
Dcnchuten In ngnln Mm flrnt county
In tho ntnto over tho top. Lunt
night T. If. I'oley, chairman of Mm
United Welfare campaign, wired tho
ntnto hendquiirtoni at Portland (hat
Mm county had necured $0820 ou it
uuotu of fCDOO plun HO pur cent., or
170 ovor tho decennary amount. An
a result nC thin wlra, Mr, Foley thin
morning recolved tho following din
patch from Orlando W. Dnvldnon,
"Congratulatlonn upon your won
derful nhowlng. Hood itlver, Union
and Deichuten countlen aro over Mm
top In Mm order given, but Dunchuten
In Mio flrnt county to report tho 50
per cent lucreane. Wo take our hatn
off to DoNcliuton county. 1'orllaud
reportn 1125,000 today. Wo have
every hopo that tho campaign will bu
I)ichuten county'n quota wan
roachod late lnnt night when reportn
from the oulnldo dlntrlctM com
mi'iiceil to come In, while tho city
nubncrlptloiiH yenterday ufternoon
hulped to hwoU tho total, Thrco
dlntrlctn have not yet been heard
from, and It In expected their reportn
will bo handed In today. Thene are
Hampton, Hrothern and Cloverdalu.
Heveral other dlntrlctn of Mm county
hnvo yel to report their CO per cont.
lucreune, and It In believed that by
tho end of the week Denchuten county
will have heveral hundred dollam
over her quota.
During the balance of Mm week
Mm Liberty temple will remain open
from 1 o'clock until C each day.
Thin In being done In ordor that all
(hone who den I re to do no will bo
enabled (o make their nuhncrlptlonn
mid have their nam en placed on Mm
O'Oouuell Hrothern yenterday vol
untarily doubled their nubncrlptlou.
Karller In tho week thin firm had
Hindu n nubncrlptlou ot 125. Yenter
day nn additional 126 wan nub
ncrlbed to aid Mm work.
With tho-nnnouncement that thin
county win tho flrnt In Mm ntnto to
reach Un total plun GO per cent., It
In Mm third tlmo during tho pant hIx
moiitliH thin Iiiih occurred. She wool
Drnt honors in tho War Savings
nuiiiiji (iiMti, iiMim in in" mii.uiiiiii
Arni)Mlrlvo mid now wlnn out with
flrnt, hoiiom In Mm welfare campaign
In connection with tho drive Mm
Victory Ho)h mid Olrln of HeuuVKru,
no far an In known, thu flrnt luMiui
ntnto to flnlnh Mm drive, tliolr '-1
port being neut In al 9 o'clock. ywl-fl
KTMll linil ii t ll r. t V.II1III ftiwu mim
quotit of 460 had been necured. Tho
report wan wired by W. C Stownrt,
who hud been appointed by Chnlr
nian Foloy to handlo tho work In
MUST RETURN ALL
Neiv Hilling HMpiilateN That They
Mimt Ho In IIiiiiiIn of Iirnl
(llr Unllitl I'm to The IWn.l llullclln.)
WASHINOTON, No. 13. A now
order IhhuuiI by l'rovoat Marnhal
Orowder Htljmhituii that all men who
huvo received their iiuostlonnulrcH
from district boards lire required to
return Mm documents to Mm board,
but It Ih not necessary that thoy bo
PRINGLE MAKES '
A NEW RECORD
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Mnklivg n trip to Mm Caldwell
ranch ut Paulina Prairie In 3G mlu
utoH, a distance ot 27 miles, Ih Mm
record established by A, M, Prlnglo
lust night, Word wiih received hero
Into that Grovur Culdwoll wus lu a
surloiiB condition from Inlluenia und
needed a physician. Prlnglo volun
teered to drlvo ouo to tho scuno,
Mr. Caldwell's condition Is report
ed much Improved toduy.
(From Wednesday's Dully.)
Funeral survlcoa ovor Mm romalns
of John Nystrum, who died Sunday
ot Inffuouza, -woro hold this morn
ing under tho supervision of tho
Moose lodge. Ilia brothor, Ous Ny
strum, who wns oxpuctod to nrrivq
from California, whoro ho Is in tho
sorvlco, could not mako tho trip, bo
ing undor quarnntino at tho Pro-sldlo.
NEED MORE HELP
TO CARE FOR ILL
OVER 30 PATIENTS NOW
I'crnoiu who Can (Jive Heveral Hour
Knch Day Aro Wanted Nona
but Infllierir.il Cnncn to
(From Monday's Dally.)
Bpanlsh Influenza canes a"ro ntlll
lining received al Mm emergency hos
pital, ovor 30 canen being reported ut
thu Institution thin morning. Al
though tho help situation Is noma
what Improved over lant week, Micro
In still a shortage, and moro men
and women aro being appealed to to
glvo their time In aiding to care
for tho pntlentn who aro already
PeniQnn who can lvo u curtain
amount of tlmo each day are being
nought and will bo paid for their
sorvlren If It In necennary. Thouo
who can glvo two to four hours each
day can bo lined, providing they can
ruport for duly at u definite lime
und remain at their posts until re
lieved by othern.
Undor this plan it will bo possible
tor thona In charge to mako provi
sions so that thero will bo no con
diction no that thnne In need of care
will bo given It ut Mm proper time
mid In the proper manner.
It was again omphntlcnlly stated
thin morning thai no patient would
be admitted to tho Institution with
out u doctor's' ccrtlflcnto nhowlng
ll to bo suffering from Inlluonzn.
Two have died In tho city of the
dlnenso during Mm past thrco days.
John Ohman, 27 years of uge, died
at n private residence In tho city
Friday evening from complications
of pneumonia following Influenza.
John Nystrum. mi engineer ut Mm
Hrooks-Scanlon logging camp, died
lasl night. Ho had been III for sev
eral days, being cared for at a pri
vate residence. Pneumonia had fol
lowed Mm attack, and late last even
ing ho wns tukeii to tho emergency
hospital, IiIh death occurring within
n few hours uftcrwurd. Ho leaves
no relatives, with Mm exception ot a
brother. Gun Nystrum, who Is now
In Mm ordnance dupurtment, U. 8.
army, located at tho Presidio, Cali
fornia. Funeral services ovor Mr. Ohman
nro to bu conducted by Mm Moono
lodge, of which ho wns n member,
tomorrow morning ut 10.30 o'clock
on tho street lu front ot Mm Nlswon
gur undertaking parlors,
mk'.Uj hoaud hi:ci:iviw on-
DKIUS TO HOI.l) Alili MH.V o.v
CALKS MADi: 11V THU WAK lK
1'AIIT.MKNT Hi:i-xmi: l'KACi:
(From Tuosday's Dally.)
No men aro to bo sent from De
schutes county on calls for Horvlco
which huvo boon Issued by tho pro
vost marnhal prior to Mm signing ot
tho armistice terms, according to nn
announcement recolved by Mm local
draft board this morning. Three
mon boarded tho train this morning,
two for Camp Lewis und nnothur for
Camp Fulton, North Carolina, but
undor tho orders thoy uro to bo
stopped nt Portland and returned
No other calls nro pending nt tho
(From Wednosdny'a Dally.)
C. II. Irwin, undortnkor ot Red
mond, Oregon, is In tho city aiding
O. P. Nlswongor nt tho Nlswongor
Eric Bolt, Former
Bend High School
Principal, is Dead
Erie P. Holt, camp socrotary
of Mm Y. M. 0. A. at Vancouver
barrackB, and former principal
ot tho high Bchool In Hend,
died nt thu post hospital at Van
couver Sunday night, according
to reports in Monday's Orogon
iun. Ho hud appurontly recov
ered from nn attack of lntlueiua
which prostrated him for throe
wooks und mudo a trip to Utah,
On 1i!b return trip ho hud n re
lapse on tho train. Ho wns SO
yours ot ago and nmrriod lust
Juno. Ho was tho sou of 'Mr.
and Mrs. Ooorgq Y. Bolt of
Wilson Makes Known
Terms of Surrender
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. President Wilson this afternoon told congress and
the world the terms which Germany accepted with the signing of the armistice.
The terms picture Germany as surrendering abiectly to Marshal Foch in the field,
her armies beaten and her government overturned, her master in flight. It waa a
small congress and a small crowd that heard the President's burning words, but en
thusiasm ran riot.
The terms as made public to the world through the President are as follows:
The evacuation of invaded territory, including Alsace-Lorraine, and Luxemburg.
The surrender of a vast amount of guns anu equipment.
The evacuation of the left bank of the Rhine and the unconditional surrender of
German forces in East Africa.
Reparation for damage done.
The surrender of scores of submarines and battleships.
The concentration of aircraft at stipulated points. f ,
The reparation of all allied and United States merchant vessels.
The abandonment of Bucharest and Brest treaties.
The evacuation of all Black sea points.
The evacuation of Alsace-Lorraine and Luxemburg must be completed within 14
days, and the occupation by the allies and the United States forces jointly of the evac
uated territory to keep peace.
All inhabitants of the evacuated territories must be repatriated within 14 days.
The German army must surrender in good condition 5000 guns, heavy and field
pieces, 80,000 machine guns, 3000 Minewerfers and 2000 aeroplanes.
The evacuated territory on the Rhine's left bank to be administered under local
authorities under the control of the allies and the United States. The allies are to hold
the principal crossing of the Rhine at Mayence, Coblinse and Cologne, with the bridge
heads at these points. The wide strip along the Rhine's right bank becomes a neutral
zone. Eleven additional days have been allowed for the evacuation of Rhine lands.
The evacuating armies shall not harm or deport the inhabitants, and all food and
live stock must be left behind. '
The Germans must deliver 5000 locomotives, 50,000 wagons and 10,000 motor
lorries within 14 days. The Alsace-Lorraine railways must be delivered within the
Germany must immediately repatriate all allied and United States prisoners with
All German troops in the territory formerly belonging to Russia, Roumania and
Turkey to be withdrawn to the German frontiers.
Germany must immediately cease all requisitioning and the seizure of supplies.
Reparation for damage
The enemy to remove during the armistice no public securities which can serve
as a pledge for the recovery of allied war losses.
The immediate restitution of a cash deposit in the Belgian National Bank, and
the immediate return of all documents, stocks and shares, specie and paper money.
The restitution of Russian and Roumanian gold yielded to Germany, to be de
livered in trust to the allies until peace is signed.
The immediate cessation of naval hostilities.
Definite information on German ship movements.
The surrender to the associated powers of 1G0 submarines with their complete
armament and equipment. The crews of all other submarines to be paid off, the
vessels completely disarmed and placed under the supervision of the allies.
" iDisarm and 'intern in neutral ports six battle cruisers, ten battleships and eicht
! light cruisers, together with
All otlier sunace warsnips, inciuaing river craic, concentrated in uerman navai
bases, paid off completely and disarmed and placed under allied supervision.
The associated powers have been given the right to sweep up all mine fields, with
the Germans indicating their positions. v
The freedom of access to and from the Baltic, with the allies occupying all Ger
man defense works in the entrances from Cattaget into the Baltic.
The allied existing blockade conditions to remain unchanged.
All German merchant ships found at sea to remain liable to capture.
In evacuating the Belgian coast, the Germans must abandon all merchant ships,
all stores of arms, armament and apparatus of all kinds.
All naval aircraft to be concentrated and demobilized in German bases specified
by the allies.
All Black sea ports evacuated.
All Russian warships seized by Germany in the Black sea delivered to the allies.
All neutral merchant vessels seized must be released. The German government
must formally notify all neutrals, and particularly Norway, Sweden and Holland that
all restrictions placed on their trade with the allies are immediately cancelled.
The Germans must not transfer any merchant ships to neutral flags.
The armistice duration to be in effect for 30 days, with the option of the allies and
the United States to extendit
Out of Town Districts Report
Results of Welfare Drive
Tho following Is n list ot tho out-
of-town Bubscrlbora to tho United
Wolfnro drlvo, na reported to Chair
11. K. Boyd, H. K. Sottlo, W. F.
Arnold, Ooorgo F. Cyrus, F, Fryronr,
S, Kryronr, Thomas Arnold, Madison
Holton, J. J. Dokon, II. C. Kllno, II.
H. Kllno, A. K. Peterson, It. J. Skol
ton, Vorn Skolton, J. W. Hlllenry,
ninck & Harrison, II. C. Miller, P. J.
Burling, Henry Board, CurtlB
Christy, O. Board, Frank Board,
Donn Vim Matro, I. K. Pnrborry, J.
H, Aldrlch, Joo Gray, O, a. Purlin,
M. A. Pnrtln, Wurron Edmunds, Ray
50 of the most modern destroyers.
Abby, Mr. and 'Mrs, 0. W. Burnstdes,
J. L. Parberry, P. M. Lantz, G,
Rilling, H. E. Hesso, J. B. Hodson.
School District No. 131.
Tom .Lnupa, J. P. Burns.
Dan Anglaud, C H. Hardy, II, h.
Burrlght, Frank Faffuor. Nomo
Stoffor, T. P. Powers, Mortchlng &
Hamuli, Frank Post, J. M. Tortor,
Put Loonard, Grant Doan, Fred
Smith, Frank Tatta, Curl Lnrson,
Win. Ferry, Albort L. Shultz, Ralph
Salp, Lestor Barbor, Brasflold, illart
W. E, Van Allen, C. L. McCauloy,
Mrs. Mabel Connoly, T. P. Stanley,
Katharlno Howard, Carl Hanson.
Alice McLean, Don A. Slaughter.
Henry Gray, Hllga Holnigroon, O. M.
Roduold, Mary Rodflold, Catherine
Hedfleld, Fredrick Stanley, Walter
Vandovert, Geo. W. Knnpff, Olo Han
son, W. II. Gray, R. L. Thurston,
Jack Brula, Geo. Holton, Jas. It.
Lowo, Mrs. Mary E. Llvosley, W. I
Borgstrom, Carl B. Llvesloy; B, H.
Wall, Mrs. Geo. Knnoff, Asa Prlch
ard, L. A. Brandenburg, C. It
Muoljor, Mnbol Connoly,
J. L. Black, David Cody, J, W.
Cody, N. S. Wells, Evollno Crow. Mrs.
-M. II, Crpw, Mrs. W. T. Harrison,
W, T. Harrison, Burr Black,; J, I
Owon, Darlo Burton, C. B. Harman,
Mrs. O, B, Herman, Vic Schreder,
Mrs. V, Schreder, Miss Raddltz, Bert
Moeks, Mrs. Bert Meeks.