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I1K1TO IIUMJiTlN, IH3.VD. OREGON, TIIUnHIMV, JAN1MIIV J, 1020
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BENE HAPPENINGS -FROM
II, 1. MiuIhoii, of BIMorM, was III
11.111(1 lllHt night.
0. H, llonollol, of Paisley, Ih. ft busi
ness vlHltor In tho nlty today.
I), A. Cox, of Hllvur L-nku, arrived
'in tint city IiihI night, ami Ih io
iiiiiIiiIiir nvor today.
,MIx Clara I'ruohs In recovering
from ii severe cold which has caused
a temporary deafness,
Mr, uml Mm. Ward Coblo have loft
.for Hoattlo wlmra thoy will visit
with friends for some tiling
C. II. Ilulloit, of Tho Concroto
l'lpv Company, which In establishing
ii branch factory hejro, Is In tho city
from headquarter In Portland,
Jarnd W. Mooio linn returned, front
u trip to Washington, I). C. whoro
ho went on business connected with
his camlldncy for tho local poHlmas
tnrHhlp, W. F. Knits, of this city, who In
iindur medical earn In a Ban IJIego,
California, hospital . Is lo undergo
mi linporlaiit operation within tho
nmt' two weeks, his family wan ad
Charles Carroll loft last night for
l'orllaiid on u comblnod IjiinIiiumm
mid pleasure trip.
(I. A. Hohiirt, of I'aUley, xjient yes
torday In Bond.
Karl lllott, of Ln I'lne, wrh a html
ni'M visitor In tho city today, f
u. u Krarirm, or neoiwoou, ,wm
a visitor In tho city yosterduy.' ' , '
City Hiiporltilondont Mooro In In
Portland on educational business.
MIm Maybollo 'lloycr1 In confined
' to her, homo by an acuto utttick of
II. 0. Klopp, Bpokuno lumberman,
formerly of Ilend, wan n vlHltor at
the mill today.
Dr. (Irani Hkluner is back In Ilcnd
nftor spending tho holldiiyN In l'ort
lund with relative. ,.
MIm Holon lllchiirds, of Boattlo, Is
spending a fw days in tho homo of
her parent, Mr. mid Mrs, J. A. Hlch
Urdu, In thin city. '
Dr. It. W. Hendcrsholt rnturticit
to Bond this morning from a brief
M'lp. tq ,'qrOand where bn Y.ted
with friends and relatives over
Dr. W. II. Lytto, Statu Volorlnar
Ian, arrived In tho city today to In
vostlgale the disease which ls.caus
Ior the death of young cattle on tho'
W. C. Illrdsall, who for several
day has boon seriously III In Port
land, returned to llond ycaterday un
attended except for tho company of
hla (ton, Warren,
Mr. "and AJnr;jJny Madtll uru In
today from njpdvjew.
Homer TIioiiiihV of Mlllican, la
apendliiK a few dayit In llond.
J, K. Bhort, of Prlnevllle, Ih trmia
nctlni; bualneKH In tho city today,
H, J, Overtiuf wlli leave tonlKht
on a bualneHH trip to Portland, In
tendlnK to bo Kone for aeverol daya.
It. D. Moore, who hua boon iwrl
DUBly III for aonio weoka pant, haa
returned to llcnd after a protracted
Mtay In Portland.
W. II. Manlon, of Prlnevllle, wan
u vjaltor In tho city yeatordny,
'Jack Bather Ih in llond from
Extends the Season's Greetinj-s and
Best Wishes for your prosperity
throughout the coming year. '
, We return nr fttf - measure your good4
will, which we, jiave heretofore ehjbyed
Portland, visiting i)h parents, Mr.
mid Mm, K, A. Bathor.
W. C. Illrdsall, who litis boon
seriously 111 In t'ortland, In report
oil to ho Krontly Improved.
Colonel John I'rliiglo lofl todac
for Condon, Oregon to visit rola
lives after Hflondlng Christmas with
bin Hon, A, M, IrliiKlT
Card hitvn boon received by
friends In llond announcing tho birth
of a baby girl to Mr. mid Mm, M. A,
Hamilton, of Monroe, Washington,
formerly of thin city.
Kldon I.. BpatdltiK, of (Jranls
Pass, came up from Portland where
ho Ih nttondltiK college, to spend
tho 'holiday, with the Minuet Hpald
fng, (it tli tv Allamont hotel,
MIhh Dolores and Miss Kunlco
Catlow, who Jinvo been uttendlnt;
Whltinmi coIIcko. nr MpendliiK tho
vacation , with their parciiU, Mr,
mid Mm. K, J. Catlow.
I), A, lloiiHton, formerly a mem
ber of . tho tthovlln-Hlxoii office
force, arrived thin morning from
Poitlaud, to upend a few day In
llond on a combined htulneim and
pli'iiHiirc trip.. " t'f "
Mm. H. V. Levoretl and chllil
rou left laHl iiIkIiI for an extend
ed vImII with rolailven In California
and Texua. .Mm. C, J. l.ovorett
ureompanled them, and will iiIho
Hpeiul the winter III tho Moutli.
Mr and MrH. K. J. Catlow woru
tllo lionta InHt nlKht at n dinner and
iituaiciilo Klvfti at their homo "on
rAwTirey roinl, for their daiiRhtem,
MIih liolofou und MIkh Kiinlcc, who
nru' )ion for their vncntlon from
Whltiilan'colli'Krt. Vocal aoloa by
Clifford Fydell, J. K. Hmlth, I.eallo
Van Hyper, Thomaa Allen, Wllllafa
VllHOH,und,.Mli(rfolorMi nfld- Mls
Kunlco I'ntrbw, Woro much enjoyed;
mid it cleverly actd farce-comedy,
"I Wrfilder'' Why Ho Turned Mo
Down,-' wba preaented by Mlaa Mabel
Duncan and Hal Ilalldcmon. Other
rupM )p- alinndiiilco nt tho affair
wpo1lrJ.''nnd.'.MrH. "D. O. McPhcraon,
Mr. and Mm. Walter (Irani. Mr. and
Mr?.' Krtedurlck A. Howard, Mr. and
?jlm. tleor'Ke A. Parkljia, Mr. and Mm.
J1, ChartA Kftilth.-Mr. and Mm. K. I,.
Puyce, Frederick Howard, Jr., and
Maater Clalro Payne. ; .
J, Alton, Thompaon InconQneii to
lilrbciniir by'lllrieM. ' - A
Mlaa Helen Foley la In Portland,
Upending tho holidays with relntlvcH.
It. K. Ullrlck returned to Bend
laat nlKht after n wcok'n abnonco In
Portland on bualncBH mid pleasure.
Tony Forxa, recently adjudged. r(-
flune, left thin mornlnc for Pendleton,
accompanied by attendant from tho
.Mr. and Mm, II. K. Ilrooks tiro ex
pected In today from Now York,
where they attended tho wedding of
William Pettlbono und Mlay Marjorle
Fulrlamb. , ' .
Ituv. Fred A, T. Cornelu8qn. pas
tor of tho Bcandlnavlan-Llheran
church, will deliver IiIh ChrletmaH
mornliiK sermon nt 11 o'clock tomor
County Commissioner C. H. Miller
left Inst nlKht for his homo In Ited
niond after spending tho early part
of tho week In attendance nt a ses
sion of tho county court.
Colonel John PrlnRlo was, expect
ed lu today to spend tho Ch'rlstjmas
holidays with bis son, At M. Prlnele,
SPKCIAI CHI'ltCIf HMIIVICMH,
1 . HiMiitKX's ,mati,vi:i:h, and
' DANCI'M lHAW. MAW,
CAHOLH L'HIlim IV HOMDAV.
With n llislit'falLof frsh pnow still
on tho Kround, Ilend enjoyed Ideal
weather for a'n Idea,! Chrlntmas yfs
terduy, and with special mornfngser
vlces nt tho churches, matlneon at tho
theatres for tho children, and dime
I iik lu tho uvonltiR, to say notlilnK
of tho many family Rroups who spunt
tho day at homo, there wuh no look of
obacrvnnco of tho anniversary of the
birth of Christ, Tho old world cus
tom of AlnRlnR ChrlatmaH cnrolswdn
alo observed,, and sinKcm jdtid
players who passed from corner to
cornor, wakened many who HnROred
In bed on Christmas mornlnR.
A' pleasant feature of tho day was
(ha bntertnlmfia'nl .afforded tho chil
dren of llond by O. M. WhlttlnRton,
munnRcr of tho Grand und Liberty
Theatres, and J. Charles Hmlth, of
Mr. WhlttlnRton had
pupils of the Ilend
schools from tho elRht Rrndo down,
wpiAd bo his KiicslH at tho Liberty
"for tho afternoon showing of "Tho
Valley of tho (Hunts," and when tho
doors were opened, mora. than 400
youtiRstern who hnd been Jammed
outside, jUDced In, A most apprecia
tive crowd they were, mid violent tip
plntihe ah (ho screeji drama proRrcn
sod, announced to nil who pdsscd
that tho you ii K folks wero IibvIiir tho
tlini of their lives,
At tho Grand, Mr. Bmltli enter
tained nil tho boys In town who
either carry or soil papers, 23 cn
JoylnR IiIh hospitality at tho mutlneo
pcrformtinceof "Tho Ilrat." As each
boy ftitercdJlio thealro, ho was hand
ed n sack, of candy and nuts which
Mr. Smith hnd provided for the oc
casion. Newsboy' Day, will bo nu
annual affair "as longf ns ho remains
In Ilend, Mr. Smith says.
OFFICERS IN FEAR
OF NEW BEVERAGES
That a rcal.oiyid Is bclnp felt in
lifted for'awarstus ts..tat the alco
holic contender 'lltHlds-believed to
W liquor,' la the declaration of Police
Ju'dco D, II. Peoples, who hua fou4
that human stomachs will not stand
lup. under tho rapid erostvo action of
aomo or uiev potions now boltic sold
andec the ruIso or whiskey. Two
bottlfirof suspicious looking stuff are
now in tho custody of tho court, but
no pnq bus. bad couraRO to ascertain
Just wha the contents mlRht bo, and
In conseqtience charges aRalnst the
Individuals from whom tho bottles
wero tnkon, havo beon dropped.
In each enso, tho oottlo held a
dark, mysterious looklne fluid, tho
smell of which hrought up fAlnt rec
ollections only faint ones, however,
of brass rails, mahoRany bars, and
suavo, whlte-aproncd Rcntloraon ln
rju)rlnK your pleasure. Ih former
days, sorao hardy, official could bo
found who would vtjnturo to namplo
contraband liquors, but they ndw de
clare tbnt u mnchlno gun and tho my
sterious beverages rocontly confiscat
ed ure, n onti and tho same class for
of this city. Colonel Prlngle, who
was with tho Canudlnu forces over
seau, visited in Bend onrly last year,
and has many acquaintances lu tho
Prizes will bo awarded for tho
best characters at the masqi;erado
New Years ball to bo given by tho
ladloa of tho Mooso Legion in
Snthor's Hull. ,
Mr, and Mr9. Taylor Rhodes En
tertained Tuesday ovenlng at a da'iic-
Ing party for tho following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Heglan, Mr. and Mrs. Innls, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Drobert, Mr. and Mrs.
Ashe, Mr, and Mrs. Hendrix, Mr, and
Mrs. Lnndfnlr, and Messrs Shults and
PROGRAM AT CHURCH
DRAWS LARGE CROWD
The Scandinavian-Lutheran church
sa,w tho largest crowd In Kb history
Sunday nlRht, wlityi standing room
was at a premium , and somo who de
sired to attend tho special Christmas
. rogram were unable to attend. Tbo
church was beautifully decorated for
tho occasion, and an excellent pro
gram a" Riven by tho members of
tho Sunday school. Afterward,
Santa. Claus made his appearance to
greot tho children with Rifts.
4(, Chairs and pews were put aside,
and tho Christmas tree was placed In
the ''center of tho floor. An enjoy
able social hour for children and
grown-ups, was held following the
program, tho numbers of which
were as follows:
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IT is our
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-WAtHAPPY NEW YEAR
AT the. close of the year We wish to ex
jx press our appreciation and gratitude
to those who are our friends and patrons.
For it has been your friendship and good
will that has made possible for us the suc
cess of this year. And so at this time we
wish you A Happy New Year, With our
most sincere wish that health, happiness and
prosperity may attend you throughout the
"Beautiful Savior, King of Creation"
School and Congregation.
"Come Hither Ye Faithful" School
"Wclcomo Speech" Erik Hexberg.
"Chrlstmns Time Again" Gladys
"Light a Gospel Star" Seven .Girls.
"Joyful Dells" May Gallager.
"Dukkcns Juleaftcn" Goldie Hex
bJrg. "What Little Ones Can Do" Berolce
and Lilly Hulk.
"Mother's Christmas Girt" Lloyd
Juleaftcn" -Mamrnle Eriksen.
"Tho True Christmas Spirit" Thol-
ma Aune, Helen Foss, Mamie
Eriksen, and Doris CorncliusseH.
"Twinkle, Twinkle, '.Little Star"
desire to convey a thought
l r i lti i ' '-
or Kinaness, a wisn iov neaicn, nap
piness and success to each of our
friends and patrons all through the
coming year, and if in any way we
can aid in effecting this wish, it is our
only hope that we may have the op
PIONEER GARAGE CO.
fT71E wish to-extend ouv mnnj' learty wishes to ,
J0L our customers and friends. May the year
BBS 1020 bring us in closer relationship; ;
It is ourone great desire to be of service to our
patrons. We hope that during the year that has
just passed, we have accomplished our aim. '
i,We yish to thank ypu fop your patronage and
solicit a continuance of the same.
"Har Du Fast En Julcgavo" Harold
"Merry Christmas" Gladys Strom.
"Soldiers of Christ" Drill,. by Roys.
"Tell, the Story" Lillian Dalqulst.
"Er De Jul I Hlmlen Mor" Drll by
Girls. , '
"Vor Stjerna" Gustar Younggren.
"Julelys Og Juleklokker" Drill by
"Jesus Loves Us" Irene Orevold.
"Christmas Branches" By Girls,-
"Bessie's Christmas Dream" Mam
"O Mamma Tell Me" Belle -4jlex-erg.
Silver .OfferlBg ;r
Song, i'Holy.NIghtJ Peaceful Night"
Sunday, Scbpo Choir.
Closing, Address By the Superin
tendent. " .
q ifiw turn .is.vhsim:
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BET THE TOP MARKET PRICE
SENP XHBM TO
THE GOLDEN RULE FUR GO.
and consider ope of 'our most vlilued-'
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Bend Hardware Company
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