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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1920)
IIKNI) nUMiliJTIN, nBNB, OREGON, TIIUIWDAY, ,WStt JO, 1020,
FROM DAY TO DAY
' I), Hplllm- Willi II pilHHIttlKOI Oil lllHl
nli;lit'n (nilii for Poillunil.
O. M. Wlilttliigtoii loft thin iiiiii ii
" lug on it ImihIiiohm (rip to Tim Dnlli'M.
Mih. I O. Minor him nitiiriii-il
from mi I'Nlunilml vImII with relative-!
In Lon Angeles.
Mi. mill Mih. A M. I'rlni'.lo mill
KOII, .loll II. Weill pilHUIIIICCI'M Oil lllHt
night's triiln for I'orllanil.
County Hcliool Hup-'rliiteiiileiit J.
Alton TliompKiin In on an official
trip Into din KUtitiH cumilry (mliiy.
II, CiivhiiiiiikIi of l.u Pino wan In
Itn tl today. Iln will leave nlinrlly
(0 upend a brief oiitlllK at. Hoimldo
Mr. anil Mm. William I. Downhill
Inf( till morning on a IhiIihn anil
'plimmiiti dip to Klamath Pulls. Thoy
will ho r.onn mhvmiiiI ilayn
Tim IiiiIIiin of tin) Prenbyterlnn
tmtiiuli v, II I IkiIiI it fuoil ami apion
twin on Sut in iluv. .Iiiiih 'l. In tli'i
lli)'hiirn llarilwiira store.
L. A. W Nixon, cliliif of piilk'o of
lloml, leaven tonight for I'm Hand
whole ho Iiiih Ihtii Niilipix-mied mm ii
wltnitiM In tin) niNo of Hid Culled
Hlnten vn John Mi'Coiiniic.
MIm IIIIii Dew, physical director
In Hid 1 leu it puhllH school hift lant
night for I'ortlaml on her varatlon.
MUh Down will riitiirn Inter to talco
up tiff work with dm ImliiNtrlal V.
M. C. A.
Mr. nml Mm I L. Payne ami tlmlr
hoii, Claire, with Mih, Payne's sinter,
MrH, C. C Wolnn. of I .ox Aiigclon,
ami MrH A. I,. Peter, of KMittlu,
leave toiimrrow morniiiK hy auto on
a tliri'o weokn trip to h'onttle ami
Viiiimiiivnr. Mm. Wen and Mm.
rotor liavn lawn vlnltlng their nlnler
hero for tho pnnt week.
MovIdm, kI von at niKiilnr Intervals,
will lioroaftor Im a regular purl of
thn entertainment offered at tlm
Ilrookn-Kcanlou logging camp. Tim
apparatus for projecting
on tlm screen wiih liiMnllcit at Camp
No. 1 lant iilr.hl. Tim Innovation In
tho riMiilt of action takt-ii by thu
Loyal Legion of Logger and I.uin
bormoii. and thu iiiuvlo department
In undor tho direction of (2 A Wll-llnniH
(I. 0. I'litmiion In on a himlnonfi
vimt in I'liitliinil.
Mm CIiiiiIhh Huyler In confined to
her lionio today hy a novum cold,
MIhh Noitua I'liltn Ih Hpciiilliii: tho
noxt I wo weol;n with a nlnter In Ha
lam. Hay IIhIiioh Ik vlHllIni: IiIn paruntM
In Kpokaiio llo experts to lottiru
within two iiiniitli'H time.
William Aiiilnnion lit (imiwtrtlm;
IniHliitmH In Tho Dalles, llo will re
(urn toward (ho ml of Hid weak.
Minn Itutli WhUmoro of Kan hum
City. Mo, Iium Nrilvi'd In tlm city
to Mpoml tin Mil in liter with Imr sin
lor. Mrs Hoy Van Vleet.
.Mm f. A llarclay, who Iimn Iiukii
visiting In I. a lui county, punned
through IIkihI yonterday on Imr way
to Imr homo In Pilnovlllo.
.Mr. and Mm. V It (Whorl, who
Iimvh la-nil rlii)iilH of llnnd for tlm
pant three mouth. lof( for I'ortlniul
Ittnt night (o tun Ito tlmlr home
Mm K M Wagner, who Ii.h Inn
spending a fw moiitliH on lior ho'ii"
Ht oad noar I'ml Koch, wan III lb-mi
IhM night on her way to I'ortlniul
Mr ami Mm .1 K Turpln havo
miivtitl from lliookH-Hcnnlon Camp 2.
whom tlmy linvw hoon omploid r'
rontly. to tlmlr rtinrli imnr Ih-nd.
Mm I. K Klmphonl Iiiih ro
tiirni'il fiom AhIiIiiikI, wIhto Mm
nccompaiiloil (Im hody of Imr Iiiih
hand, who wax drowned In Rtittlm
lako Into In May
Mra Itolmrt (lould ami two
children, and Mr. (lould'n mother,
Mm. J i: rioiihl. loft Irmt n h; lit for
I.oiik IImcIi. Wii., whoru t hey will
Mpt'tiil tlm hiimmnr.
Jwrol) Corby, of lloUo. and Minn
Klnorc Holulu. Mm. J. A. Klonkol,
and Klnorn Hlinol. of ContmllM. hnt'!
boon vimtluc Mr. ami Mm W II
Tom Alluti, who Kan fioon Jntfio
employ of tho llcml Htonm f.nundr.y
for fiovi'ral inonthn pant, will lonyo
Iloml tomorrow nlclit for Portland.
Ho Imii not yol ditclilod iih to hlx fu
lil ro location,
Mtm. i. I). Jlulnl ami duuiililor,
Mnrjorlo, loft for Portland IiihI
ulnlit. MIkh Mnrjorlo will nttond
rommoucoinuiit oxorclHOH lit tho I'nl
vornlty of Oroi;on im thu niunt of
MIhh Klla Dow.
Tho Wonmn'H Korolmi Mhilonury
nouliity of tho MothodlHt church, will
eiitertnln tho Korolcn Mlimlonary
fochith'H of tho I'roHbyterlun nml
HaptlHl cliurcliDH, at thu homo of MrH.
A. J. KrlcliHon nt 20 CJeorKla avo
liue, al 2:30 o'clock Thiirnday after
noon. Kiank Mohl, of Contralln, Iiiih ar
rived In lloml to oiikiiko In tho Htouo
riittliu: and monument hiiidui'HH llu
Iiiih taken offlcoa with tho Maker
KxptoNH Co on Mlnni'Hotn botweon
lloml and Wall mid will open a
workHhop iih hooii iih ho can mjcuro a
Funeral Kervlcon of tho Into 1 K,
Hhoplmrd, who wan accidentally j
drowned noar lloml, !nnt Kiiturday,
wain hold at Hid Iioiiio of IiIh pnrentH
at AnIiIiiiiiI on WodneMilay. Interment
belni: In Mountain View cemetery.
Rervlci'H wmo ronducted hy tho Ma-
noiiIc order, tho doceniied liavlni; hen
a moinlier of lloml lodiio No 139.
CiiMey I'lynn Inft Iwm nlnht for
J. II. Ilnnor Ih a IiiihIiioiih vliiltor
A. J. Wllllanmon loft fur Portland
William Htylewi, iiiukIc dealer of
Itedmoml, wan In Imrid Haturday.
Mm. John Horn mid hrother-ln-law,
Oiih llerjf. left for Portland limt
W V PolKon. of Portland, wan In
Central OreKon flnhlm; durlni: tho
K W Pock, of Alh.iny. linn re
turned lo IiIh homo after no vera I day I
Hpout In llond.
t Ml Ih f MM4.llttlMttl II f I tll'livtlitlf
Crozler.of thlHilty. wan In llond Saturday nl,:l,t on her
Mm .Settli) Koote, who linn been ' ..... ... u
vlttltlni: her ilaiiKhler and mih. I.ury
pIcliiniH and Walter KalNhury. terminated her
may in iionu Hint uicni. MiaruiiK ior
hor homo In Portland.
After xevural moiitliH xpunt In
KaimuH City. Wlllam llrluk. formerly
mi employe of the lloml Water. Unlit
A. Power Co . Iihh redirued (o (IiIh
rlty to make IiIh homo
1 Fashionable 1
i Footwear I
It's hcrcyou will find the wanted style at a
)rice you can afford to 1 pay.
Women's Pumps patent, black kid, brown
kid; a fine line of hand-sowod soles and French
'"" " i&
Same, patent; McKay sewed soles- $7.45
Women's Oxfords; brown kid, with Cuban heels W
and welt soles; a fine quality $10.00 gf.
Same, made of brown calf $8.95 gT
Misses' Pumps; a fine Pump, with low heel, d?i
welt soles; patent or dull calf. ...$5.75, $6.50, $7 f
When it's Fine Footwear, we strive to please g
THE WARNER COMPANY
fl fTi r 'r 'r 'I '
At Popultc Pricn
way to Heattlo
Mr anil Mm C. II Plerco n peril
tlm week end at MailrnH. uttendliiK
tho annual flub fry.
Mm (leorKU Morelle, of Fort Hock,
wan In lloml .Saturday nlBht before
Htartlm; for Portland.
Mm C II Knton, of I. a Pine, will
Mull In Portland for tho next two
w'oekn with relatives
Joyce Wood, Karl Wood, mid Ming
IIomkIo Martin, of Itedmond, were
lleud vixltom yoMurday,
W II IfudKeH, ltunsoll IConney,
and Carl KliiK.of Culver, were In
Ilenil over tho week end.
Mm. Mnry llrmiHtetler left for her
homo In Portland hint nlKht, after if
week'n vIhU with friemlH In HuniH.'
K. A. Hatlier and II II DoArmond
are leaving thin week to nttend tho
Mooxohcnrt convention In CIiIciiro.
Mm. J. Lowell Ileudemon, of Hod
mond, waH In lleud .Saturday vlnlt
Inn her sinter. Mm. J. I,. Ilendemon.
Mr und Mm. C. II. Clow, of this
city, aro npomllni; thu next two
inonthn vImUIiik frlendH In Portland,
Tex Condon, of Spokane, cattle
buyer, wan In Head ho vera 1 dayn dur
lni; tlm pnBt week, und left Saturday
Mm. Harrison S. ltynn, of Seattle,
who hnn boon vIhUIiir Mr. and Mrn.
K. It. Ityan, of thin city, left for her
homo Innl night.
Mls Oortrudo I.anK. who ban been
teaching lit thn IluniH hcIiooIh, wnn
in lleud Innl iiIkIiI on her way to her
homo in Vancouver.
MIhh Mnry Cody, Inntrtictor In tho
lloml hlKh Hcliool, left lant nlk'ht for
Seattle, from whoru nho will ro to
Mm A. K. uyer anl filster-ln-law,
MIhu I.onn Dyer, of Torrebonno, woro
vIhIiIiik Mrs. a. O. CunnlriRham over
tho week end.
Mm. henna Smock, of Hoqulnm,
WanliliiKton, returned to hor homo
Saturday after u Htuy of several
montliH In lleud.
J, K. IIIH, who has been vlsltlni;
IiIh mother, Mm. Lucy Hill, re
turned to bis homo In Mlngouln,
Montana, Inst night, ,
Mr. and Mra. Wuyno Withers nnd
baby daughter, nnd J. 0. Seymour,
of Sumnior Luko, aro upending n
fow dayH In Portland.-
Mrs. L. W. Qntcboll has gono to
Lebanon, where nho wnn called hy
UQWu that her mother had simtulnod
painful Injuries In n recant fall.
Mr, nml Mrs. John Hums, of So
nt(lo, parents of Mrs. James Kynn,
who huvo boon vlHltlug In tho city for
tho past throe wooks, left for thotr
liomo last night,
Mrs. II. W. Martin, of Bugono,
who has boon Hpondiug thn last two
(iiouthn In Iloml, roturnoil to hor
homo last night. Mr, Martin will
Mr.aud Mrs. I V.Mnrjiliy loft
Saturday night for a wbok's visit In
Spokane. Mr. Murphy has recently
uoen nss Eneir n nasaonuor run on
llio Oregon Trunk lino.
The Star Suit Values of the town
If you have exam
ined the suit values
the city, you know
what kind of a suit
you can get for six
ty dollars. Now
you can get just
such a suit here for
$48.00. In fact, you
can get even better
fabric, quality and
tailoring in our
ik.Kcf t.cjfht aa
at the special discount of
Suit values that offer you a double economy, in cash and In service.
You pay less to begin with, and get more wear and satisfaction out of it
We must dispose of our suit stocks at once. The unseas
onable weather has forced to unload. For quick action
we have dug deeper than profit alone We have cut off
part of the cost to attract immediate action. Wonderful
values in suits for men and young men.
J. It Heyburn, accompanied by Ills' was among tho many
Hinter, Mrs II A Miller, left for East Lako yesterday
Spoknne Saturday night, where they
were called to tho bedside of their
father, who in critically 111
Cyrus Walker, retiring Chaplain
of tho Oregon State Grunge, loft Sat
urday night for his home in Albany,
after attending the convention hero
Mr. nnd Mrs William Murphy, if I
CJreut Fnlls, Montana, Mnrted Satur
day night, nfter a two weeks' visit
in llond, for Vancouver, Washington,
where they will make their future
Mr1, and Mrs. J, T. Foley, of Van
couvo'r, Washington, havo been visit
lug their daughter. Miss Helen Fo
ley, In Ilcnd. Mr. Foley left last
night for Vancouver, but Mrs. Foley
will remain in llond for the next
W. W. Trunx was In llond Sunday.
H. O. Peterson, who has been In
llond for tho past two months, loft
lust night for Wallace, Idaho.
Miss Dora Olllls has accepted a po
sition as stenographer In tho law of
fices of H. S. Hamilton.
J. O. Ucckott and F. O. Joy, of
Portland, spent u few days nt Elk
Lako fishing. They report a remark
George T. Michaelson opened n
cash grocery storo on Oregon street
this morning in tho location former
ly occupied by the "A to 7." grocery.
Mrs. Charles Staiiborrough and
daughter, Miss Huth Sellwood, left
Saturday night for Portland, where
Miss Sellwood will becomu tho brldo
of Kd Worloln,
1). K. Callahan, represontutivo of
Oskur Hubor, contructor who Is
handling tho stnto road contracts In
this county, wiib In llend yesterday
nnd loft last night for Itedmoml.
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Davidson nnd
tinea year old son, of Oresham, ar
rived in Iloml last night. Miss Lola
Ciibbs, Mrs. Davidson's sister, has
been horo tho past week. Thoy will
muko tholr homo la Demi,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvoy McIConrio ro
turned to Hend this morning after a
week spent in tho Willamette vtilloy,
whoro thoy wero recently married.
Mrs. McKonslo was formerly Miss
Holon Ely, of Oregon City.
A mnrrlago license was issued
Saturday from tho offlco of tho
county clerk for Owon Hudson and
Miss Ilornlco Henderson, both of this
II. McDonald, district gnmo war
don, has purchased a Ford car, ,
II. IL Veach, Portland sportsman
atjlly started overland In their cars
, this morning for Chehalis, Washing-
Miss Stella Bright, of Seattle, In! ton, where they contemplate making
in llend for n week as the guest of, their futuro homo. They havo lived
hor sister, Mrs Harry Manion. f in llend for tho past six years.
Mrs. V, A. Forbes, home service P. II. Doncer, who has been In
secretary of tho Hend chapter
American lied Cross, will be in her
office Wednesday evenings from 7
to 9 o'clock. Sho Is anxious to have
all service men dosirous of inter
viewing her como in beforo June IS,
ns she will leave on a vacation to bo
gone a month.
John Rothe left for Fallbridge last
Frank S. Xorton of Gold Hill wan
a llond visitor Friday.
C. P. McLnughlin of Prlnevllle,
was In Dend yesterday.
Paul Johnson of Mlneapolis, is In
Hond for u few days on business.
A. L. Wadoll of La Ptao was In
Dend yesterday on his way to Port
land. Alfonso D. Hlffel, vice-president
of the Ivory Garter Co., of New Or
leans, was in lleud Thursduy and
Tho buildings will be built on Mil
waukee Ave., and construction will
start immediately on Mr. Olshop'c
Fred nnd Claronco Mahn are In
from La Pino today. Clarence has
accepted a position with tho Palace
F. J, Connall, who has been visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Council, loft last night for Edmon
Mrs. J. V. Turpln of Corvallis,
left for her homo Friday night, nfter
spending n week with hor daughter,
Mrs, Oscar Drnrmlt.
C. H. Illshop loft for Portland lasl
night to buy shrubbery and plants
and order glass for tho building of
two 100-foot green house buildings.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Austen, who
hnvo for tho past two mouths been
employed on tho Ilort ranch near
Tumnlo, loft Friday night for New
O. Sponcor spout a few days In
llond with tho view of locating in
this section. Ho left tor Redmond
Friday night but will return to thin
city In tho early part of next weok.
O. II. Morrow of Portland arrived
In llond Friday night with tho Inten
tion of purchasing n farm in Central
Oregon, Mr, Morrow tolls of camp
ing whero tho Pilot Butto Inn Is now
located, somo 20 yenrB ago. ( ,
.Mr. and Mrs. F. F. risen and fami
Bend lor the last few days, looking
after his Interests in this section,
left last night for his home In Le
bam, Washington. Mr. Dencer was
formerly a rancher in tho Bend dis
trict. Gordon Thompson, for' tho past
year day clork at the Pilot Dutto Inn
left for Edmonton last night. Mr.
Thompson Is a veteran of the Canad
ian army, and will take up land un
der the terms allowed by tho Canad
Among Grango delegates leaving
Bend last night were: Mr. and Mrs.
L. Kohl arid son, of Oregon City:
John Bradburg, of Newport; A. B.
Smith, of Carlton; C. D. Armstrong,
of McMinnville; G. A. Gefeke, of Al
bony: W. A. Karcher and wife, of
Roseburg; W. H. Ross, of Mist.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hubbard of
Burns, wero In Bend Friday on their
way to Portland. Mr. Hubbard Is
going as a representative of the res
idents of Harney county, who 'will bo
effected by the clause in tho Roose
velt Bird Refuge Bill, prohibiting tho
use of all waterv tributary to Mal
heur Lake Reservation. An endeav
or will be mado by tho Harney coun
ty people to have this clause exclud
ed from the bill.
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