The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, January 23, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Page 5, Image 5

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YOU KNOW THAT WE MjXJ GERMANY WHEN
YOU SBII THIS PICTURE YOU WILL KNOW HOW
IT WAS DONB, l)y ipecM tjryritfeinriit with ilia Government
ve will aliow at our regular pri'oei Ni'kIiU, 1 fo and 25o Matinee,
lOcandaOo-DONTMISSlTI
Wednesday and Thursday, Jan,, 29-30
Matinee Wednosdoy
at Pour Oclock
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TUB VUUAUIEB
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
(From Wednesday's Osllv.)
II. Wlthycombo lit In from Molollus
today.
Dr. Ilnrry Mooro ruturtiod to lfuntl
yesterday from n trip to Kugmiu.
A. J. ICroonorl Iiiih returned from
n trip to 1'ortlnnd.
A. F. La mon Ih remaining In Port
land for tlio remainder of tho woek.!
Gixirgo Sodgowlck nnil Max Cun
ning worn In llunil from Itedmond
yeatordny.
George I'. Hornier of I'rlnovllla In
NpuuitltiK tlio ilny In ilend looking
after business interests.
Fred H. Htnnloy has returned to
Iftonchutes after apundliiK tho lioll-'
' Hugh O'Knnu la buck In Ilond
nftor it trip of several days to, tho
Willamette vnlluy.
Tho Deschutes national forestry
service la enlarging Ita office in tho
Klral National Hank building, to
provldo for Increase In business.
A a 'tint result of tho recent oxainln-J
ntlon horo, teachers' certificates wuro
4rocolvud today for Mr. Ituth Htuv
mm, Minn Mildred Morsdorf, Mm.
(lion Hlnck nud Miss Vera Shorwood,
Tho Ladle of tho llaptlal church
will hold food salo In Pomunt'a Gro
cery Htoro Saturduy, Jan. 25.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Lowls Kulght of I'rlnnvlllo wur n
liualncaa visitor In tho city today.
Forest Itnuaor C. D. Springer was
In Ilond today from Creacunt,
K. I., Clark In In tho city from hi
homo at I.u 1'lno.
II. J. Ovorturf roturncd to Ilond
thin morning nftor uttondliiK thu Ir
rlKntlon congress In Portland. .
0, II, Ilakor Ih III with Influenza,
tntt r a itti iliirlmr )tl rtittif I rlti In
V Portland.
Mlas Ida Hodman of Culvor In nt
thu Ilond HurKlcnl hospital recover
InK from un operation for appendi
citis. Mm. A. J. Hodge will return to
Culver tomorrow, uftor having been
, In Hoild thu pual month for medical
treatment.
Dlatrlct Attorney II. II. Da Armoiid
roturned thin mornliiK from Port
land, whoro ho went luat weuk to
attend tho stato IrrlRntloti coiiKrvak.
Tho Infant aon of Mr. nnd Nth.
Ouy Moltoynoldu, horn 10 days ago,,
i dlod nt 4:10 thla morning. Funoral,
service woro hold thla afternoon.
, Mm. Kv M, Gashar was called to
Portland Inst nlKh't by h teluKram
HtatliiK that la or daughter and daughter-in-law
aro sorioualy III with in
$' Jluonzn,
(From Friday's Dally.)
Mm, A. H, Donahue of La Pino iu
a visitor In tho olty today,
J. II. Upton of Prluuvlllo wua in
tho city today on biiHlnesa,
Mlchaul Murphy of Sllvor Lnko In
apundliiK tho day In lluud.
Advance
Are beginning to come Ivtf-
New Models in Copen, Tan,
informal' wear. Very reasonably priced at $ 1 9.50 to $33.50.
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THB U. 8. QOVBnNMKNT PRCOCNTS THE SECOND '
OFFICIAL WAR PICTURE.
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Offered by the Division or Films
coMMirrnn on public information; mSS!iS!a'
Taktn by th U. 6. Signal Corpt,.A. B. P.,byonlr
of dinars) John J. PtranlR('
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J. ('. Dodaon, Ouy W. Ingram and
Tom Kutton oC Prlnovlllo aro In tho
city today
12. n. Owaliy arid Chester Downs
arrlvod In tho city thla morning from
DuVna.
( August Anderson loft thla morn
Ine'for Portland to utteiid thu Hhriiiu
convention.
nll, C. Kills, J. I).
1. (Larson woro ami
Davidson and A.
tnona .those IoiivIiik
lo'tiiy to attend thu gathering of tho
HhrTnern In -Portland.
Lieutenant II, A. Htovor, formerly
of thu offlcu forco of thu Flrat
Nutlonal Hank la expected to nrrlvo
In Ilend tomorrow (o vlr.lt frlunda
In thla city.
W. T. Andrews, IorrIiiic engineer
for tho Unltod Statea foreatry service,
rut timed to dlatrlct headquarter! nt
Portland lnsl night after spending
thu paat week Inspecting tho timber
on thu III Illver water abed.
(From Saturday's Dally.',
7'!F. JI. Wllllama la in from Summer
Lttko today.
Mm. W. II. Snook of Madras waa
In tho city laat night.
' I. J. Cavandur of Duma spent laat
night In Ilend.'
"Mra. Hattlo Clark and Mrs. Nelda
Woodnrd of Hummer Lake nru vlall
ors In Ilond today.
Mm. W. W. Faulkner will leave
tomorrow night to mnko hur homo In
Ilosuburi;.
S. H. Kulaoti and Van Morao of
Itcdmond wero vlillors In Ilend last
night.
, Mlas I.ucllo Rnydnr la u now mom
Ver of fho office forco at tho Des
chutc.1 national forest hcadquartura
horo. "
Kugono Young, Fred I.ucaa mid
Jack Ilny oh woro among thoao from
lleud ntteudliiK tho dauco at Torro
bonno luat night.
Mr, and Mrs. J. A, Eustoa nru
making their homo nt tho II. II,
Do Arraond resilience, turning 'over
their houao to Mlaa Darl Uurtou, who
has boon taken III with lufluonza.
(From Monday's Daily.)
Judgo II. C. Kills roturncd to Pond
this morning from Portland,
Mr. and 'Mr. 4, Churlen Smllh loft
on tho morning train for Tho Dalles.
Mlas Nolllo Halatou of Terrebonuo
la vlaltiug Airs. V, P. Wray tills wouk.
II. A, Muruska of Sliver Lnko 11
in tho city. ,
I), McArthur of Madras was n
wuok-und visitor tu tho city.
J, J. Simpson of Lnko vlow Is n
huslnosS visitor in Hand today.
Con Ilroon and Tim Carroll uro in
from Alfalfa today.
( Mrs. H. D. I)rowor, 13, L. Pltchr
nnd II. IS'. Aldrlch woro In ovor tho
wook-oud from Sllvor Lake,
County Judgo W. D, Ilarnea nud
CommlBslonor Miller roturncd from
Portland this morning.
Dr. J. 0. Vnndovort roturncd to
Ilond thu morning from Portland,
Styles in Silk Dresses
express. Our New York buyer has sent us several clever
Burgui
ndy,-Navy and Black,
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MSTIN, IlKND, OrtKOON,
whoro ho attended (ho Hhrlnnrs' con
vonllon. Mrs. W. 1L Ilond and Ms, W, W.
Fatilknor will lonvo (his ovonlng for
lloaoburg, whoro vMrs, lluud will visit
her (laiightor,
Ituth IIuiirli)iiu6l left Innt ovonlng
for .Minneapolis nud St, Paul, whoro
nlio will nt inly thu spring mlllliiury
styles for n local mllllnory storo.
Oho was accompanied by hur sister,
Mrs, Ceo, KrloiiHon,
Mr, and Mrs. If, N Lynn wero In
from Ln Pino on Saturday on tholr
way to Cooluy City, Washington,
whoro thoy expect to start u nowa
paper, Mr. Lynn, wits formerly ptib
llnlier of tho La Pino Inter-Maun
tain,
Hugh II, Ilraden, II. II. Lamping
nnd V, H. Speck wuro among tho
Ilond Masons who nttondod, tho Vic
tory seoiiloii bt M Ifddttr1 tomplo Irf
Portland,
Mrs, John Coc, whoso husband, a
former omploy of llrooks-Scanlon,
dlod recently, haa written from
Weed, Cat., to tho effect that sho has
recolved tho 11000 Insuranco carried
by tho llrooks-Scanlon Lumber com"
puny for its employes,
Leonard McFadden of Torrobonno,
who has been serving In Uat. D,
340 Field Artillery, 01st Division,
lias arrived safely in Now York, ac
cording to a message, received hero
by his sister, Mrs. V. P. Wray.
Fred N, Wallaco of Tumalo, re
turning from Portland last night,
suffered an attack of pleurisy, and Is
now ut tho Pilot lluttu Inn. Mrs.
Wallaco Is with him.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
H. L. Clark of Ln Pino Is a busi
ness visitor In Ilend today.
J. D. Davidson returned to Dond
this morning from 11 trip to Portland.
J. J. Dlllugor was In tho city last
night from his homo In Te'rrebonuu.
Ladles of tho Ilaptlst church wjll
moot at S o'clock Thursday afternoon
at tho homo or Mrs. T. II. Foley,
Matt and Peter Itabor arrlvod in
Ilond Inst night from Fort Hock, and
are romalnlng over today.
Mrs. M. Kotzinan loft last night to
attend tho funoral of her "brother,
Manuol Ingram, who died 8jtturdaV
night of Influenza.- - -isii"
Mrs. L. L. Fox will entertain tho
Ladles? Aid of tho Methodist Episco
pal church Thursday afternoon, Jan
uary 23. All members and their
frlonds aro Invited to bring their
work.
Members of tho Library club will
hold an important meeting at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at tho
Ilond public library. All ladies who
aro Interested In tho work of tho
club aro Invited to attend. .- .
Four chairs at your service at the
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adv.
Cold Weather
Suggests
suitable for afternoon and
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j YOUR DRUG STORE
Face
Cream
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I Juit Remember
I Magill & Erskine
I O'KANK I1UILD1NC-
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HI In Every DeU'J.
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TIIUII.HDAY, JANUAHY.'affl 1010
Shoe Soap Kid
We do not hesitate to recommend shoes mndc of this wonderful kid leather. We
know y o will he pleased with the New, Fashionable, Comfortable Style we ofFcr.
"Shoe Soap Kid" means shoes that will wear longer, look better and feel more
comfortable. The Queen Quality endorsement should be sufficient evidence; you
will never see Queen Quality in connection with any questionable-shoe product.
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Our Shoe Department led all
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LOYAL LEGION
REPORTGIVEN
OUTUNI-J OF-AIMS OF OUOAXI7
TIO.V MADK I1Y KMI'IiOYi: 3IKM
JIKRH WHO ATTKXDKI) IIKCKNT
lKJUTLAM) CO.VVKXTIOX.
PORTLAND, Jan. 23. -Following
tho recent meeting of tho board of
directors of tho Loyal Legion of
Loggers and Lumbormon, tho cm
ployo members, In order to Inform
thu public regarding tho purposes of
tho organization, havo issued thu
following stntenicnt:
"At the meeting of tho bonrd of
directors of tho L. L. L. L com
posed of 12 employes, who arc chair
men of lliolr districts, and 12 em
ployers from tho snmo districts, both
tho omployo and employer wero
unanimous In their dcslro to con
tlnuo thu L. L. L. L. on a S0-G0 basis
Tho L. L. L. L.' was organized a
llttlo moro than n year ago by Gen
eral Hrlco P. DIsquo and every mem
ber of tho L. L. L. L. pledged him
self to bo loyal and patriotic and
through tho efforts of his labor en
deavor to meol tho requirements of
tho government for tho period of
tho war. Tho omployo and employer
nllko havo been successful In meet
ing theso requirements nnd havo
beon highly commonded by tho army
officers and officials of tho United
States government, and now that tho
war is ovor it ts tho unanimous bpln
Ion of the employes, representing
mora than 100,000 mombors, that wo
continue on tho samo lino, working
hand In hand with tho omploycrs on
a co-opnrativQ plan nnd with a fine
determination t6 Insure Industrial
peaco; to avert strikes; to keep Bol
shovlk and I. W. W. idoas out of our
ranks and to educate and olevato
our mombors to that spirit of true
Amorlcnnism and patriotism which
Is necessary. We havo these condi
tions existing botweon employer nnd
omployo, which aro Instrumental In
encouraging prosperity; namely, tho
eight-hour day, no reduction ot
wngea below the minimum, nnd n
square deal for all. Wo aro opti
mistic In our yIowb and as employes
fool it is our duty ns Americans to
furthor tho prosperity ot our great
nation through our offorta and co
operation." Quo of tho 12 district chairmen
signing the roport is Charles N.
Hughes ot iHond.
BOWLING TO START
ON FRIDAY NIGHT
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
With four strong toams organized,
bowling will bo started at 7:30
o'clock Friday night at the Ilond
Amateur Athlotlo club alloys, in tho
form of a double hondor, W. R,
Speck, manager ot this form ot club
activity, 'announced today, Tho
teams which -will compete are from
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ie ui Mr orr
Shoes of "Shoo $anp Kid" at
Other Qtioen Quality Shoes. In
black, cordovan, gray and field
niotue at W.00. tG.rjO. (0.75, $7.00
$7.C0, 48.00, iHM, I&76, 10.00,.
iu.co, eio.oo, $io.&o,'ii,co.
Children's Shoes, too, in de- ,
pendablo grades, at 41.15 to &5.60
per pair.
Just received 3 now styles Men,s
Work U Semi-Dress Shoes on tho
Munson Army Last, $0,50 to 17.60
other department in gains for 1918.
hoe here! Why not your next pair
Stop and Shop at
The Quality, Store of And
Tlio Shcvlln-Hlxon, Company, the
llrooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., and two
drawn from professional men In the
city.
A series of eight matches has been
arranged by Mr. Speck, the schedulo
to bo completed on February 25.
Everyone Interested In ten pins is
Invited to bo present Friday night.
Whllo tho teams have been formed,
there is still a chance far new play
ers to find a place.
SHEVLIN-HIXON MILL
TO CLOSE SATURDAY
Temporary Khut-Dowu to Alloir for
llc-Milm toJJuroer Will Ho First
filnco Operations Hogan.
On Saturday night, for tho first
time slnco operating began on March
28, 191VJ. the Shovlln-Hlxon mill will
bo shut down to glvo opportunity for
IPSBSSSW
WARNERS
Clean -Up Sale
of Cold Weather
Goods at Saving
Prices
Men's Heavy Cotton Union Suits $1.49
Men's Shirts or Drawers, heavy cotton 69c
Boys' Heavy Cotton Union Suits; all sizes....89c
Girls' Heavy Cotton Union Suits; all sizes....89c
Women's 2.79 Wool Union Suits; all sizes $2.19
Children's Knit Caps; 75c and 85c line 65c
Children's Knit Mittens and Gloves; 35c line 25c
Men's Mackinaw Mittens; extra special 29c
Men's Canvas Gloves, the heavy kind; 3 prs.
for 50c
Calico, standard American print; yd , 16c
Gingham; a good grade; special, yd ,.24c
Wool Blankets;. $8.00 line, at..., $7.20
Brooms, 4-sewed corn; special '. 59c
Clean-Up Prices prevail on all short lines, odds
and ends. Come and see. It yill pay, you..
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You are sure of hoe satisfaction
at Mannheimer ?
repairs to the burner. It Is expected
that the work will takeTat least threo
weeks to finish and about 100 men
will bo Idle during that time. Log
ging will contlnuo as usual, as well
as work In all other departments at
the mill.
MOORE QUALIFIES
FOR NEW POSITION
Official NotiftcnUoa Receive! fro a
Governor WW Become District
Attorney Satarday.
Official notification from Governor
Wlthycombo of the appeiatHient ot
A. J. Moore of this' city to succeed
H. II. De Armond, resigned, as dis
trict attorney was received last night
by Mr. Moore and, Mr. De Armond.
The new district attorney has already
taken tho oath ot office and will as
sumo his official duties Saturday.
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