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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1919)
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BEND HAPPENINGS :
FROM DAY TO DAY
I H . A T
.-..I 0 I I
month until f iirtlictr notice.
Won! Iiiim been roculvml by frtondii
In lhl city, or tho loci-nt doilth' of
Clinrhm A. Hpnluhour In HuKorsflolii,
Cut . Infliionzn lining thu cuuft'j of
death.. Mr. ffiiulnliourVun formerly
....i.l i !... rl 1 t . ?
' sAd 'Gustavo, 'formerly of Bendl
flri Hakor Valrtfnf fiP nttrrctlUnK
iitlc!i on Thursday night, according
lo word .received libra today., by"
0. H. I'ltniuliiMnon
Jnck O'ldwtn of
of Mmlrsin In
. HiiiriiiiiiiiL ik ivin iinn ii. ,
Con llincnAHalfii rnheopmnn,
Tolm, Cun nt
look Jiiftor buiiluHH
iliiKhrtm linn liogun ox-
t-nvutlou for n now rusldonco In
filyn Park. x
McDonald tand Mm h.t h. Fox
th(2$ fibnia of tm lutlyr, 418
KmnHHtr uvonun. '
J, I). Ilowmun and Ohnrlas,'Ayro
loft this niornlnK for. I'nullnn cn-oh
on work for tliu forint nurvlco.
Burtoti' pney rHurrtnd to bis
Iioiiio In"' La l'lno this morning lifter
a visit of several days lit JJrndji
Ooorcu T. Mlchliolson of Kort
.Hock arrived In llond litHt nlnht,
nnd liT'roiuulnlliK toduV IrnniihctliiK
Miss K D. fltrnuss, dlitrjct fiscal
nont for Clio U.tf. forest wirvko,
tvn In llnnd yotdVrdny to Impoct
tliu locords lit .tlin local offlc,
Tim Ladles' Aid of tho Mulliodltit
church and tholr friends will bo
fiilfjitaliiud with a silver nodal on
Tlimsda'y afternoon at 2:30 by Mm.
llnrry Kouimrd wan In today front
Wilson (loorgo hint returned from
nn nuto trip to Tort Hock.
!:. 0, Htadtor loft this morning for
I'rlnovlllo on IukoI business.
Tommy IlrnokH, hoij of Mr. nnd
.Mm, If. K. HrOokn, Id recovering
from nn nttnek of pnuiintonlu.
Tcnchnrn of the Bond schools, at
tholr taut meeting, voted unnnl-
inouHly to join tho National Kduca
tlonal association mm n body.
MUh Margaret Ilroms
niornlnK for I.n PI no to lecture nt
tho La l'lno ncliool In connection
with hor work nM nurse nnd homo
norvlco export for tlio Itcd Cross,
Charles J. Ayros, of Kort Hock, ro
rontly appolntod Fonmt HntiRor, linn
boon tramforrrd to tlin licndquartor
office of tlio DnichiituH National For
fNt In thin city.
Flro Clilnf Tom Carlon Ih In tho
hospital Ritfforlnic from a novcro at
tack of r.rlppo.
Mrn. F. L. HolniuN nnd dauRhtor
Minn Valloy havo rotiirnod from nn
nxtondnd vlnlt In Portland. ,
Mr. nnd Mrn. 0. B. Ilurk of Port
laud, nnd Mrn. J. P. llnrrlltnn nnd
MIkm Curtrudo (Irnndflold of Sin
Frnnclnco, nro vIhHIiik Mr, nnd Mm.
J. W. Anho, of llond.
Tho Pronuytorlan Oulld will nicct
Wednesday nflornoon nt th homo of
Mrn. O. C. llonklo at 3.30. Tho la
dlon havo votod to moot twlco n
frtond; aintav In BtixInyM.t otlir
to llond If any mni.clje uro In vioir
hero. ' ' t
On an official vlnlt to' tlio llond
chantor of tho ordiir. Mm. Albrt.i
if), McMurplioy, Worthy Grand Mat
ron, Ordor of Eantorn Hur, of Ki
kiiihi, niMint Monday ovonlnK with tlo
local inotnbora of tho' order. That
wax tho way hor niiino oppnrod on
tho rc,Klntcr of tho Pilot llutto Inn,
while nitdonicuth Wni th Inncrliw
(Ion, "It. McMurphey. hor hunband "
Mr, and Mrn. Harry k. Ilrookn en
tcrtulned about 30 menu at a kit
ehen nhowor Inm ovenlni- ut thlr
homo compllmimtary to Mr Jamoit
Clifford nnd Minn Patricia Hyun,
whon oncnrcmonl wn recently nn
nouncod Tim ovonlnic vsnx npetit with
camci and danrliiK and rofronhrnontn
wero porvml. Minn Hyan and Mr
Clifford woro roclplontx of many
Klfti from frrndn
FIREMEN MAY USE
THE MERIT SYSTEM
Conxldurntlon of u merit nyntoni
i occupied tho creator part of tho tlmo
'at tho ri'Kiilar mi'otlnK lout n(ht of
tho llond Volunteer Flro department.
AccordlUK to tho nyatom tnntntholy
.outllnod, tho flnnnnn huvinK tho
iKroutcct numtior or morltti nt tho end
lot thu yonr will rocolvo a 25 prize,
left thin n" any m,,m,i"r rocfllvlni: domrrlta
lor mittfling two uriin, two lneotincn,
or ono flro, without n valid excuno,
will bo dropped from tho department.
Tho matter In to bo doclded do
finitely noxt Monday night.
Ilecauno of unforoKeon troubln In
mukliic rail connection)), tho HlRht
Ueverend L. C. Fonn, blnhop of tho
Hcandinavuii;Luthnran church for
(ho J'ticlflc Cditnt district, wild Van
nchoduled to rlnlt tho local ficandlnn
vlnn church Sunday, han boon 'oicod
to niter bin nchedulo, Ho v. F. A. T.
Cornallumon loarned by wire. Illnhop
Fonn han postponed his visit to llond
until November 0.
Hell your poultry through lliillclln
NEW FALL DRESSES
Just Arrived This Morning
PLAN TO EM
movi.vo piriiitB aMiPA.vv in:
HIHOUH Ol' l'tfA'IVllIXtt CIJ.V
oiti:(;o.v AVOODH OPKIIA-
, . . ... ,-
i.v xi:.vr i5i PK-ri'iti;.
"I Tlmt Hond'n XlK PlW'gMljpj"
duntry In tovplay air DnportKiityrpio
in the nllonrdraina, In (ho In
tion conveyed lit a toloxram received
on Monthly by Ti II. Foley, . prcsl-
Monday by ft I!.
dnl ot 'the' MnndT Comnierclal cjkli
from tbg American LlfeoKrHpliCom
pan; , X . v
"Jlidt completed our second IiIk
foaturo on an Aiankan story," nnyn
tho compauy'u wlf?, "and nro now
looking .for looping and (lmber loca
tlonn to produco- our next picture, a
romancft of tho timber, to bo played
by on all stnr cast, nnd requiring
oxtenntvo loKRlnn Kcenes, Klndjy ad
vice If your mills and camps will bo J
In operation during tho month- of
November, also If wo may-have tho
cooperation of your Commercial
club nnd cuuipn lit socurlnR tlio neces
"tftato weathor conditions, nnd If
cvorythlui; In favorable, our repres
entative will como nt onco to select
AWARD CONTRACT ON
Aftor nccompnnyliiK n pnrty of on
Rlneor repn'sentlnj: tho Warren
Construction Co , to Silver Lnko,
William P. Vandevort returned- to
llond on Monday, reporting that tho
contract for tho construction workf
In connection with tho hllvor Lako
Irrigation project has been let to tho
Wurron com'pa'ny. Tho land which
will bo brounht, under tho ditch hi
approximately 8,000 acres, some of
tho richest in tho entire Silver Lako
country. Honda hnvo-been ntrcady
votod, nnd It Is expected that work
may bo started within the yery near
Want to buy liny
una Uullctln clan.
ALL ARE WORKING FOR
PioKraitH to Ho IHslrlhutiil Outlln-
lri'Coin)lH HirntM for Week
Ponular (J I hi Content Jx
" r . "
HUirtiil TliU Momln.
";t nn American Legion ffalr,"
declared officers of tho Percy A.
Htoveim post, Amorlcun Legion, din
cunning Ilovelllo week, which Uirls
Monday evening anil continues until
Haturdny nlKlit And without moro
questioning llond got shoulder to
shoulder with tho ex-nervico men and
In working to help tnako Ilovelllo
week the biggest Week of celebra
tion over known in IWnd. Titery In
dication Is that Iho woek wlirbo six
driyn nd nlchts full of "something
doing overy minute."
of the surrounding territory for
j morn than 3S miles has been plaster
ed wlthiposter paper announcing the
week of festivity, A commltteo in
now working on n program that will
glvo In detail events of tho week.
Thono programs will bo printed In
great numbers and scattered through
out adjacent torrltory. Every day
will bo n feature day and each day
and night Mill bo In chnrgo of differ
ent nrganiratlons. Itn "An Amorl
can Legion affair" thin year but
thosd who nrr giving tlmo and effort
now hopu tho cotebratlon will bo
known as tlio Deschutes county fair
"Ilnt-galn Day" to bo Feature.
That every business man In Rend
In lined up for "Ilevolllo" Is evidenc
ed In tho fact that merchants,
through tho offorts of secrotary Mc
Phoion"Qt thv Comerclal club, havo
subscribed, $200, to bo used for a
frea display of fireworks on Thurs
day evening, following tho demon
stration by tho Ilend flro depart
ment; Tho -morchnntn nre going to
Join in a "bargain day" feature when
they will each havo a wonderful
ninotinf of goods that will be sold.
Unusual Values at
$16.50 to $37.5Q
Twenty-one new models of unusual charm and.
tf beauty Imve just been -unpacked tin's morning ind'
were shipped direct to us. from New York by
J1 "THE MATERIALS ARE
Developed in ' "
f't Nflvy-BIack-Joffre-Taupe J
'Tle Big City Stores would never
'tthink of olfering such lovely
tlresses at these low prices.
p60 to $37,50
STOCKS COM;PLET43. SECECTIONS GOOD.
PRICES RIGHT. -
Silkoline Comforters, .$3. 75
Flno flRurcd material covering
filled with clean, lofty cotton a
full sized Comforter and n real
vuluo ...... .. $rt.75
Othora prlccf nJt..IJi5, 9-1. t.1, 90.00
Wool filled Comfortor flcured sllk
ollno coorlng a largo slxo and
full value $0-10
Satin Finish Bed Spread $4.75
A beautiful Satin finish Bed- a-nsifc
spreau wtin scauupca cages, cut. ffiiv'ral
corners size 70x00 can oe nau wlt 1 vfH
for.. 1.75 IM'W
, a . , , ... , -iracKVMdifVJ!
Keguiar musn apreaas, witn cue liiwi!;e
pnvnoi'q cnnllnnnn nritrna oi"n vfiv HVaA
f 90 heavy weight, at
....: $3.50, $3.95, $1.45
BEtyD.QHCGON - ,
Ladies and Missed Really .to Wear"
v l "' A XSS
V .. gySftA
v x ,.j. ij;j- , j""a"BT
V m m wmn lf "
Gray or Fancjv
White wool Blankets large sizes heavy
weights $10.45, $11.95, $13.45, $14.45
Wool mixed Blankets in gray and fancy plaids
$7.00, $8.00, $9.45, $9.95, $10.95, $12.45
Wool finish Blankets large sizes heavy weights
plain and fancies $4.45, 1.98, $5.45, $5.95
Cotton Blankets a complete line
, $2.49, $2.79, $2.98, $3.48
When Its Bedding, Wo Strive tg Please.
THE WARNER (WANY
Soon Time For M bB
All the new styles are here in Overcoats) waist
seam model Ulsters, Slipons, Box Coats $20 to $55
And we are showing the old reliable Patrick
Mackinaw bigger than weather..$13.75 to $18.75
Patrick Great Coats, specially priced $22.50
If your stock of Underwear is low investigate
our offerings. The values are right.
Munsing Union Suits for men.. C2.25 to $8.50
Heavy wool 2-piece Underwear.
$1.50, $1.95, $2.25, $2.75 garjnkv
Flannel Shirts in big variety. $2.50 to $6.50
Stop and Stop at ',
Quality Pioneers lincc 1911
Tho "Hovclllo" popular girl contest
which has opened, has tho support
of tho merchants, many having al
ready declared that thoy would pur
chaso blocks of voting coupons to
glvo tholr patrons. County and city
officials are working on exhibits.
Several havo been promised from dif
ferent localities in tho trl-counties.
City firemen, Elks. Mooso, tho school
board, union labor and other organ:
rations nro co-operating.
Unto nn thine y" want qulrkly
Itullrtlit clnsNlficri ails will get It.
(Continued on race 7.)
mcr and wo expoct twice as many
In 1020." ,
Thomus A. Marlow, president of
tho National Bank of Montana and
Republican state committeeman, ex
plained tho purpose of tho Yollow
car tour further.
Will Devolopo Northwest
"Our governmont has at laBt come
to the point of adding a travel-bur
eau to Its service," said Mr. Marlow. j
"It hnH been forcod to this because
of pres8iiro from Europe. The gov
ernments of Switzerland. Italy,,
France, Qreat nrltnln and .the- rest
are floodlug America with tourist
propaganda. Thoy want Americans
to spend their vacation dollar over
seas, . iioioro tno war, Americans
did this nt tho rata qf halt a billion
a yoar. Tho West carinot afford tq
havo tho tide of tourist tratel lurn
they do not delay Its passage.ani tha
committee was empowered to a In
tho matter of taking up the'vprop sed
amendments with Congressman Sln
Mail Homo I'ctltiaKrA-
Jarcd Moore reported or the
falfa rural mall route, stating
30 names are now on the peti
and that tho community seems t
In favor of a routo connecting
Bend, rather than having an e:
slon of tho Powell Butte routo
meeting will bo held soon in "ru
in regard to securing n routo f
Bend to that community, he anao
A wire was read from Sjcrje
Cornwall, of tho Pacific 'I.og
Congress, thanking the Bend C
mercial club for the eHtortftftu
furnished the member's of the
Kress during their visit to Bend and
the vicinity on Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Bradcn, reprepes ik
the Oregon exhibit in Portland,
peared boforo tho club to aik the
paratlon on data to bo used n con
tioa with Deschutes county's par
For Wednesday OjUy
OVER ACTS OF
(Contlnuod front Pnco 1.)
moroly oxchnnged for logged off
lands as provided In tho bill, he
suggested nn amendment, according
to which 75 per', cent of government
stumpago ncqutrod by a private oper
ator, might be paid for through ex
change, the reiqalutug 25 per, cont
being purchased, by a cash payment.
Mr. McPherson said that both the
Bend mill companIe'aaq.i5'-dMia-Utration
of the Deschutes 'National
Forest are willing that these changes
should beVdi'ju the bill providing
42-pc Dihn'er Set, plan
wmce ,.-.. .tiK
7-pc, Decorated"., Cakr.
8-inch Decorated Salac
Bowl ..! 50
Wter Glasses,, G qr35t
Sthcr Bldf j
ft . J "T"
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