V nKta)jn,hirtin,JimhQflKWX' TlWWAVr JULY, k, mag '(i) :;" Tyr V, i 'N V if '? $ ,' 'BMIIIIMI!IIIIIIIIIIIKIIIMIMIIIIIIHIMIItltH1tlKlllltIllltlllllllllMlllllinilIIIIInIMWtKIIIIHMMIIIIlIUIUlHlttIUIIIIMIMltIj BEND .HAPPENINGS, MOM DAY.TO Df Y mtutitttiiiiiMi,t,"l,,,,,,,,M,M,,,,t,,,,ll,,",,,,,tn,,,,,"l,,n,u,M",,l,,,,,,,,MUIM"",""M,,,",,,,,",,tI """""""" oii u I Wfwd Rl - 'minis WimuflflV " K. A. Axtoll spent tho wugk tind In J'rliiuvllla, 'M. August Hlinuiinoii loft Sunday for jiuumniiti, llloJiurd Ilornor In spending n few ;i1uyn In I'ortliuul. 11. H. Hole o( Jlrtiim wiih In Hutnl Sunday on IiIh way tl I'ortliuul. Mr. nml Mm. M. I. C'lwhiiinii are on u trtf through I'ortlnml, Si'ntllo Bpokano. ami MrM. Juok MoKonmui or wore In Homl Huiiilny on their fclway to I'ortliuul. ,"Tho Presbyterian Ladles' guild wfll not hold Its regular mvotliiK un til Wednesday, July H. Dr. Onuit Hklilnor returned this inornliiit from u trip to I'ortliuul, whero lio spent the Fourth. . Mr. iuhI Mm. A. 0. Powell loft Bnttirdny for Crutor Inko and Med--fford, to lio gono for tliu next week. .13. L. Cruno of Crnno Pralrlo wns ln Ilaittl early In tho week, leaving for I'ortliuul nftor n hort may horo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Funk of Bund vluw are receiving congratulation oror tho arrival of a seven-pound lialiy girl. J. O. lluffnian of La IMno was In l'rlnevlllo over tho week end. Ho wiih In lluiul before tukiiiK a trip to the Itono City. Mm. Fred A Woalflon him re turned to Ilond after spending ov eral weeks visiting with her mother In Kan Francisco. Alfrod Johnson, grader for tho Ilrookn-Sentilon Lumber company, returned Sunday night from 1'rlni" vlllo, whoiu ho celebrated tho Fourth. Alex Mackintosh, formerly a com- I mlKMloiinr of DohcIiiiIoh county. is In tho city m H brief vlnlt. Mr. Mnckln IohIi will luavii Boon on a trip to AIiikUii, Jack Horton Iiiim returned to Bend aftor two wiielm Hjxirtt In nttondlriK tho iiiiiiiial mooting of grazing exam iners of tho forost Kurvlco, nlxth din trlct, at Woiuitchuo, WiibIi. Iloscoo M. Similars him rotumed to 'lloud from n trip to I'ortlund nml Nowborg. Mm, Hundor Is convcl vkcIiik at tho (lood Samaritan hoi pltal In I'ortliuul from an operation for removal of goiter. Sho In recov ering rapidly and Ih expected homo In thrco weeks. WednCSday Mrs J. L. Van lluffol wan ou tho train for I'ortlund limt ii(Kit. M. (J. Coo wiih In yesterday after noon from hit ranch near Bond, transacting business In tho city. I), L. McKay left last night for I'ortlund aftor spending tho day In Ilond wjth hi nun. Clyde M. McKay. Mr. nnd Mm. A. L. Hayo aro on tholr way to Centrnlln, Wash., where thoy will nond a short vacation. Mm. I.. K. Bhophord, who ha bocn In Hood for some llmo in connection with tho esttito of her husband, left last night for I'ortlund. Elmer Ilynn loft lust night for Newport, Wimh., to spend his vaca tion. Ho wan ijccompanlod by hU :Kon, Harry, oh, fur a Portland. 'j. C, Bogle l In Ilend from tho Chicago offlco of tho Bond Water, Light & I'owor company, looking over local condition. Dr. Charles N. Hlack, wife nnd In fanfuon started thin morning by auto for their homo In Caittlu nock. Wim!i., of tor a two woek' vlnit with I hln parentn, Mr. nnd Mm. L. L, Cobb, 4G0 Dolawnro uvontle. All inothern and all women Inter Mtod In chlldron'H roadliiK aro In vited to como to tho county library In tho KyniniiHlum Friday nftornooli' from 2 to -l;!JO o'clock to reo tho nowi boolm for children mid yourig people Tho Womon'H ForolKii MIlonaryl ocloty of tho Methodlnt church will J meet at tho homo of Mm. Iloyiioldf on Htuatn Htreet at 2 o'clock tomor-l row afternoon. All membem aro nuked to bring tholr mlto boxen. 1 Business I Stimulators ft These Low Prices will make business g brisk in Mid-July. They are Real ,f Values you should not pass by J St Women's Gingham Dress, made of fine gingham, & pi with laec and organdie trimming; now $i.9o gf Women's Gingham Dress, made of Amoskeg g A W gingham, in fancy plaids; now $3.35 S 6 ! Women's Percale Apron, slip over style with gi M elastic belt; now S2-'10 gf g?f Women's White Hose, made with 18 inch art silk boot; now 89c U Child's Muslin Night Gown, sizes 2 to 12, slip gf over style; now "c K Child's Musiin Drawers, pin tuck.and embroidery- V trimming; now ..., 3c- Boys' Knit Unions, sleeveless, knee length, sizes G to 12; now ' 69c Boys' Blouses, mostly blue chambray, sizes G to 12; now 69c Women's Slip Over Sweaters, six colors, twelve in the lot; now $7-90 Women's Patent Oxford; French heel, regular .$10.50 value; special , 8.90. Women's Brown Kid Oxford, French heel; spe cial i '.. Women's Black 'Kid Oxford, French heel; spe: eial ' $6-9 Women's Patent Pump, with French heel; spe cial v-$6-45 GirlB' Black Calf Oxford, welt sole, low heel, sizes liyo to 2; special , $4.95 Girls' Pump, patent or dull calf, welt soles, sizes 11V, to 2; specials '. - 94.95 Women's White Canvas Keds, $5.50 value $4.75 Women's White Canvas Keds, $4.50 value $3.95 Thursday F. L, WatklnB ntarted Iant nlghjl on a trip to Handy. Mr. and Mm. K. II Williams left luvt night for Portland. J, 13. Hlnton, Bhnnlko hcopman, Mm In tho city on buulnc.B today. Mm. Mnhlon I.andlii In vldlllnr; frlondu In I'ortlund for a fow days. F. A. Clemoim and Harry Hawkins will leuvo tonorrow for Itono, Nev., by motorcycle Mr. and Mm. B. dunthor returned yeutorday from Portland, whore they attended tho Hone Festival, Mlns Anna Ilowo and Mm J Dohl of Portland were In Ilend last nlsht on tholr way to Crescent Lake. Dennis McColo loft last night for Ht. Paul, Nob., where ho will spend two weeks visiting his brother. Mm. B. h. Stevens left Inst night for Los Angeles, where sho will spend tho summer with her sister. Mrs. W. O. Rust left Inst night for Portland. Sho was called to that city by now of her father's serious Illness. Mrs. J. n. Elklns, with her daugh ter and two ons, left Inst night for rWodgett, Ore., where she will visit nor parents. O. I. Btobblns of Hcdmond and E J. CurrlKiin of Portland, engineers for Oscar Hubor, road contractor, are In Ilend today. Norman Cobb, Chester Hughes and Kay Golden will leave by auto at 12 o'clock tonight, headed for Tacoma to attend tho races. M. L. Dickson of Omaha, who has bocn visiting In tho city for the lost two days, started on tho return trip to his homo this morning. P. J. Hayes, who has been Install ing tho piping for n now twin horl xontal Imnd saw at the Shovlln-Hlxon mill, left last night for Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Brooks aro on tholr wuy to Mlnnenpojls, called thcro from Portland by news of tho orldus Illness of Mr. Urooks' mother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Byron Boyco and Miss Alllcen Hlco aro leaving by auto for Tncomo, whore Mrf. Royco and Miss Hlco will spend tho summer. Herbert Oovo of Corvallls, who has boon visiting his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo B. Oovo, In this this city, has returned to his home. Olen Phillips, who baa boon em ployed for tho past year by the American Express company, leaves tonight for Ban Francisco, whero ho expects to locate. Lloyd Moglll, Dr. E. B. Gray and Dr. Grant Skinner nro leaving today by auto for Portland, whero Mr. Ma- glll will meet his wlfo and small son, who havo bejen stopping with frlonds In that city. Hi' J? .Friday Jobs nnd Sam Bedding of Prlnc vlllo aro In tho city. 0. II. McKondreo of Lakiovlow ar rived In Bond last night. Cjiarlos J. Oston of Madras Is spending tho day Intend. Mrs. Crosby Shovlin has returned to Bond after visiting friends in Portland. . Frod Lucas of Bpokano, formerly of this city, is visiting friends and relatives in Bend, ' K. B. MutzlK, formerly of this city, arrived horo this morning and "Is sppndlug a few dayB JnTJond. '' ! Mrs. II. J. Ovortu,rf and children will return to Bond 8unday aftor a trip in tho course of whlch'they vis ited In Hood IUvor nnd Portland. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher of this city are, tho parents of anW-pound baby boy , born yesterday aj Moun tain View hospital. KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES help a man. They are not only an investment in right appear;, V ance and good fit that stays, but they are an investment ih" . economy, wear longer, cut down the yearly clothes budget. And now when we offer these Clothes at 20 DISCOUNT i. The advantage is all yours. Buy your ' Suit for the Summer here and save $70.00 SUITS FOR $56.00 $65.00 SUITS FOR $52.00 ,- ' ; S60.00 SUITS FOR ....$48.00 $55.00 SUITS FOR.... ..$44.00 $50.00 SUITS FOR $40.00 $35.00 SUITS FOR ..$28.00 A COOL DELIGHT IN TORRID WEATHER After a stifling, fagging, hot day to come home jump under a shower and get into the smart, cool comfort of a Kuppenheimer Air-O-Weaves Or to do the same thing ih the middle of the day. Suits- of Air-O-Weave are so comfortable, so cool and even, the easy stylish comfort of one makes the wearer feel more contented on a hot day. Air-O-Weave Suits for. $26.75 and $29.00 WMffll BROTHERS TW fl Women's White Canvas Educator, leather Good ' vear welt sole with low leather heel, $5.90 regu- j lar; special Same in Girls', sizes llj to 2; special 3.9& Girls' White Canvas Oxfords, leather soles, Mc- ffl ) Kay sewed, low heels, sizes 9 to 12 $1,95 f . (Hit s (li e, in alna 1Q1A n 'Z 3Z.1D & OUIIIU III omvo -. - ' THE STORE OF REAL VALUES wjy THE WARNER COMPANY 1 Quality ' Mcichwdiw ' At PopuUi Price - IppMsMHppmpHNWVtNPWWIMMJ Saturday Harry Hayden Is spending a fw days In Portland. Miss Allco BuBh la visiting "In Vancouver, Wash. John Swift Is Bpondlns tho weelc end In l'rlnovlllo. , n, Mrs, Ellon ClardneV is vlsltlnR frlonda In Portland, 1, Barnoa won't to Prlnovllla last nlRht tor tho celebration. Mrs. Barney O'Donnell loft last night on n trip to Soattlo, M, J, Klttloson and O. Long ftroj in Portland for Indeppmlenco Day. j, H. Jonoa is upaqdlng a "faw days In Portland transacting busi ness, II. McDonald, district gamo v(r don, siartedi thla morning on a- trip to Elk laTiK' I, V. Mcfcdoo la in aaiom vibuuik hta vlto ami ". former residents of this city. ' Herman Moore' started last night for Seattle, whoro ho will remain for several months. Mr and Mrs. Leo Tauscher loft last night for a visit with friends In Kcoowlck, Wash. Clarence Mannhclmer and Barnoy O'Donnell aro leaving- today by auto for the Tacoma races. Mrs. J. L. Van Huffel will go to Tortland Tuesday night to spend a few days visiting friends. Mrs. W. J. Sp'roat is In Prlnevllle for a few daya visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Q. Davis. B. Pr Williams, of tho Central Oregon Associates, left la6t night for Spokane on business. Mrs. .J. P. Keyos nnd two chil dren loft last night for Seattle to spend a two weoks' visit. Irene Dart, daughter of, Mr. and. Mrs. B. S. Dart, left last nignt ror Portland, to visit her grandmother. B. M. Stout Is on hiH way to Pauco, Wash., where he was called by a business matter or importance. Miss Fern Aelloa Is In Portland on n protracted visit. She expects to. return within tho next two months. . . P. T. Randall, of Burps, was In tho4clty last night on his way to Tacritna, whero no will' ationu mo auto races.- j B. P. Gflnstead nnd Floyd Stookey loft last,, night for Prinevlllo to tako In tho .celebration In tho CrooK county seat. Charles Hughes loft last night for Portlandftto bo cono for a fow. dayj taking jcaro ot.busjnesa maU tors in that city. Mrs. Harry Manlon loft last night on a trip to roruanu, oponaiiu mm Seattle. Sho will bo gone for the next two months. Miss Emma Keenoy, of Tho Dalles, bay boon visiting friends in Bend the past weok. Sho loft for her homo Inst night. Miss Laura Crow, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Crow, of Alfalfa, who has been visiting in Hoqulam, Wash., returned homo last night. Miss Beatrice Hotchklss of Burns. arrlvod In pend yesterday, nnd took tho train last night for Portland, whoro sho will visit with. frlonds for sevornl days. " Mrs. Mary Larson and daughter, Anna, of Montesano. Wash,, who havo beifn "visiting nt tho homo of Mr, andr Mra, I. Zlorolf, left last night for tholr liodo, M. O. and D. H. Nieso am M E. Dohvfldor, who havo been In Burns Investigating tho oil prospects .1)1 that Boctfon, ware In Bond ' las"t (BEND MOOSE PLAN ON OPEN MEETING night on their way to their porao in Portland. Mlsa Margaret Purdy,, who has been visiting her mother. Mrs. A. ' Sieloff, In Burns, and' Miss Hazel Klsbey, who accompanied her, wore, in Bend for a few hours yesterday on their leturn trip to Portland, j Mrs. M. L. Piatt, mother of Mrs. I Oeorgo Ogle, of Alfalfa, arrived In Bend last nlghi from Trout Creek, Mont., being called hero by tho severe Illness of Mrs. Oglo's little daughter. Mrs.' Piatt was a resi dent of Bend ,up to two years ago. Georgo L. Burtt and family of San Francisco, who havo been enjoying a fishing trip of several days at Odell lake, are In Bend today and will make this city their headquarters for a number oslde trips Into tho Cen tral Oregon counjtry,. Mr. Burtt, who Is one of the "best known potato brokers on the Pacific coast, Is the owner of large holdings of potato land In tho Powell Butte and Lower Bridge sections. FOREST CAMPS ARE TORN UP AiMrvsMM ami Musical dumber WIH Feature In Program Pre pared for Thursday Evening An- open meeting of tho Bend Moose lodge will bo held at 6 o'clock this' evening at Sathor's hall and will- Include address by H. H. De Armond, Judge T. E. J. Duffy and vocal numbers by Miss Oene- vlovo Wagner artil Charles Wilson E. A. Sather will speak on the sub ject, "Impressions From tho Con- tho Convention and Mooseheart In stitution." drawing tho material for hln adilress from the recent conven tion of tho order, which ho attonded as a delegato from tho Bond lodge. TABLES AN'D CAIIINH PBOVIDEU BY SERVICE USED FOR FIRE WOOD BV TJ.VAPI'RKCIATIVB VISITORS, SAYS jhcOBSON. I 1 Campers within the Deschutes na tional forest are, in a number of In stances, falling to appreciate the work performed by tho forest service in providing Ideal camping spots, Su pervisor N. G. JacobsOn stated on Friday. Tables provided at thq camp sites and shingles from tho government-constructed cabins have been used as firewood, tho arrange ment of th'o camps, mado by experi enced foresters, has been altered, and Btono fireplaces torn down nxjd re erectod in a less effective manner, ha says. "The service has gono to no' little pains, and has spent considerable money, in providing tho right kind of camp sites, in tho most beautiful spots within tho forest boundaries," Mr. Jacobson pointed out, "and the peoplo who enjoy tho forosts'hoapij tality should appreciate this.. l( they don't we aro performing a use4 less task." The most noticeable depredations havo been at the Motollus camp and at the one at Paulina lake. ABUSES FIRE CHIEF, PAYS FINE OF $25 .E.F. Purdy pleadod guilty In po lieo court yesterday to tho chnrgo of refusing to obey tho orders of Flro Chief Tom Carlon following the j?ar ago flro on Bond street. Purdy was o,n tho slto of tho Pioneer garage, walking among tho wrecks of auto3, whon ordered to louve, ,by tho chief. He bocamo abusive, according to the complaluu and. tha arrest fpslqwcd. . I'm1 nr 1'uruy iiuu a uuu ui t-v APOPLEXY CAUSES PIONEER'S DfeATH 9 ' PRINEVILLE, July . (Special.) Henry Carlln, resident of Central Oregon for tho past 26 yoars was stricken with apoplexy ynitordJy uf ternoon at his Boar creek' ranch!' fall ing from tbo wagon seat on which ho was riding. His wlfo saw. him fall, and ran to him In tinn tojhear him ask for water. Life remained for but a few minutes more, ji Mr. Carlln, who wai about 5B years of ago, camo to thla country from tho Willamette valtyy, iTH' body will behlpped to CugeUe to-' night for burial, iL", ,b"s;-,-wtw-rT'-."'' -vr a dauguter survive. h -?