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IIIONI) IIUM.KTIN, IIKNI), OIIKOON, THUItflDAY, OOTOHKtt 7, 1021.
I.O.VO ItUNH ItlCSI'O.VSIHI.i: I'Olt
A 1,1, Of- VIHITOIIH' HOIItKH
IIKMI'H IIHHT HIIOWINd ,M,IK
IN HTIIAKIHT l'(M'l IIAI.I,.
llefnrii it crowd which filled (ho
Krundntulid iilid iiiiikhimI iiIiiiik tlm
mIiIiiIIiiiin, tin) lliind IiIkIi mcIiimiI
eleven, pliiylm; iiKiilnnt it liviivlur,
miiro experienced Iiiiiiii, limt In Crunk
enmity IiIkIi nclinnl Hiitnrday liy
it 21-0 neurit. llmiMlnii, I'rliutvlllu'H
Hllpimry rlKht end, with two miiiihii
llniuil rtiim, nun fur 00 yitriln, cimtrl
lulled twn luuclidnwiiH, mid Hinllli,
iltinrtitrbnck, miidn llm in yard run
In I tin flrnt quarter which wan ro
hihiiihIIiIii fur I In) flrnl Mini) thn Inill
wiih (dared Imhlnil Mil) linn. KiiiUIi'h
t ruined (nu KUldcd thi oval between
thn imntH mill over thn bar for each
of thn tlircu kiiiiI klrkn. Ilend' Innn
tnticbdtiwil riinio nil thn riwnlt of n
rerlen nt bucka, Unit currying tlm
Inill until within atrlkliiK iIIhIiiiicii
when McNeely carried It nvnr.
Undeterred liy thn apparent cer
tainty nf defeat, Ilend rnnterit took
thn fluid, Niirpi'iillnliiK umt rhcnrluK
between halve, wlilln thn nrnrt Monti
H-0 iiKullmt them. Tlm ninall nln
of tlm I'rliinvllln rnntliiK unction pre
vented n nlmllar ilniimiintriitlnii mi
the part nf thn rlnltnrN,
In the lint of thn official wan
Included Noil Klievlln, end mi thn
Yale eleven of limt year. Hlievlln, who
In vlnltliiK III" brother. CroMiy. hero,
helil down tlm Jnh of head 1 1 lie m an
dnrliiK tlm name.
Ih-iiit (liilnx Vnln
I'rliinvllln iirnred townrit thn mid
die of thu flrat iitnrt'r. after punt
t ii K cuimlMently to llnnit. Ah thn feat
uri' of thn Crook county IiIkIi Rctmnl
offeimlve came n 10 yard run liy
Hniltli. followed dy n Hilcci-Hnf ill pain.
I, Inn linckn carried thn hull over thn
line, with Ilend filvlm: wny heforu
thn tearing attack of tint vUltor.
H nil t ti kicked Koal.
Thn latter purl nf thn quarter.
Ilend nhowiil morn flr.ltt. ninl wan
tnkliiK tlm offeimlve when thn will
At thn end of thn xecond (inarter
rrlnevllle had added neven morn.
Ilend had worked thn lull I to within
10 yard of thn Crook count)' final,
lint Norcott uilinii'it n drop kick. Thn
Knnitiitltm of thn Kami) occurred after
I'rlnevllle had gullied ponKenHlon of
the hull, when lloimton, rlKht mid fur
thn vlnltor. plucked n forwuril pnnR
out of thn air unit dodKcd hln way
thrmiKli n liroken fluid, completion n
R0 yard run In mnkliiK I'rltiuvllln'
necoiid touchdown. Tliri'n ntleniUed
tackle failed to ntnp tt I in. Smith
Htinlulit 1'iMilliall Hrore
lloilnloll ncored again In tlm third
period when lie Kcooped up a fiiiulilu
nud ran 20 yards to mifety. Hinlth
klcknil koiiI. Ilend inailii Kood gain
on linn ImckM hut wan uunlilo to Iiiiiik
onto thn hull. Dutt and Norcott worn
rniinlntiint yardage earnern.
Two minute after thn limt 'jitnr
ter Marled, tlm Ilend tuani Blurted tin
march down thn field, abort linn
linckn mill a penalty aKiilnxt Hmltli
nf rrlnevllle, for Interfering- with n
pimn, fentiirlliK llm nilvanco. McNenly
wiih given llm nlgkln for tlm IiihI
run. Claypnnl failed to kick goal
I'rliinvllln Pniiltloii Ilend
I.. Lowelllng l.n.r. Clayponl
850 DISASTER DEATH
TOLL FOB ONE YEAR
I 'oik '
AppllnitloiiH of ox-HurvIco men for
liiliicelliuieoim lienefllH which roo.ii Ire
checklni: with tlm uppllcaiitH original
(1IhcIiuii;ii need not liu poatponed un
til tho illHclinrKo cnrllflcato Ir' re
turned from tho World War Volor
ti it h Htutii Aid commlHHlou offices
nt Halniii, wrltnu Hocrutnry H. C.
HrumlmttKh to local officers of Percy
A, HtuvoiiH I'oHt, Amorlcaii Legion.
Tlm coiiiiiiIhhIoii ihIvIhch, that If IU6
nppllcntloim nro Hunt to Hiilnni, tho
needed Information will ho filled In
thuro and tlm application relumed,
Cam that tlm Cunt ml Oregon iIIh
play at tlm Uulutli Intoriuttlotial Po
tato allow Hhould rocolvo all pohhIIiIii
publicity wan iiroinlsoil by K. 1'. (Up
Hon, liiamiRor of tho hIiow, In a lot
tnr received liy tlm lloml Commorclal
club, Tho dlBPlay wua Bout Friday,
Rod Cross Gives $1,871,000 Ro
llof When 65,000 Families
Arc Ma do Homolcss.
Forty. three dliiittrn, ri-nultlnic In
tho death In tint United Ht lit erf of b.V)
liomuiH nud llm Injury of '-VVXJ cnllud
for ituiitrKency rnllnf ineiimiri'H ninl
tlm expenditure nf $1,87 1, IKK) hy (lie
American Itud Crux ilurliiK tlm final
year ejidlnit Jiinn .'10, 1PJI, ay an
nnuniinenuicnt Inmed upon the forth
rouilUK unntiiil reirt of tlm lied Croni,
lliem) dUiiNlerH i'iiiihciI prniierty dam
K I'Htlmiitril ut .",0,(KX),(MX), iinViled
ultly-Hitveu eomiinililllea mid rendered
(,( fmullleH homeliwi.
Tliii yenr'H illMintern with of vary'
tnic Ijim'i, liicluillni; Hevural which prn
vloiody had never heell tllollKllt of
an fallliik' wltldu that elmnillli'ii
tlou, Thn Ited Cro fiirnUlied
relief In feenteeu llrei of lunsiiltudi1
llvit Dondit, meii tornailden or cy-clnni-H,
una devimtntlnK Btorm, three
iploliinn, Ineludlnk' thn one In Willi
Htret't ; mm bulhllin; arrldent, twj
typhoid epidemic, thu moit m-rlnilH lit'
Init that nt Hnlem, Ohio, which af
fected l( per cent nf llm popiilritlon ;
one Hiiuillpox i-phleinlc, In tlm republic
of Haiti ;one train wreck, the raio riot
nt Tuliu, Okln. ; thu famine In China,
rmiwncy relief In famine iiiiioiik t lit?
Indian of Alnnkii, thu KniHihopper
plnuim In North Dakota mid an earth
qmiku la Itnly.
Puiblo Moit Sirloui
liy fnr tint inot severe nf thn tll-
nitnri In thn I'nlted Hiatal dnrlne th
perlml covered by the Itud I'lnm re
Iirt wan tint I'liebln ftnuil early In
June, ltrjl, Tlm reliatillltatlon prob
lem confrnntliiK thu Ited Cronx In
I'iimIiIii wiih one nf tint limit dlfllcull
In recent yearn, When the flmt new-i
of tho horror nn llnaheil tbrniiKboiit
the ciiniitry, the American Ited Cr-in
Nntlonnl lleadipinrterx rexponded with
a L-raiil of l(k',(MN) fur relief work.
governor Shoup of ColorHdn, appro
rliitlii): the lout; nnd Hticremiful nxperl
emit of thn Itrd Cm In ori.-uiilr.lni:
dlaimliT relief work, placed the en
tlru rrHpoiiNlhlllty for the aduilnlntrn
lion of relief In Iti hand".
In reipoime to iippeiiln from l'ret
dent Hardin, (icivernor Kboup anil
other Kovernorn of western stnten anil
throuuh local chnptrrH of the Ited
Crom nnd other couitnunlly ork'nntzn
tlntiH, putitlc-iplrlted dtlienx hroiiKht
the total contributed for PiicIjIo'a re
hnbllltallon to more than f.Ti'.(MM).
Tho terrible havoc wrought by the
flonil wutern U n matter nf record.
Morn than ",:UX) hoim-H were tiffitcte,l
and 7,X"1 permnn were left homelenn.
KHtluuiteH of J.VXl.ni'H) nn nn otiKiilutit
minimum for rehnlillltntlon were inadn
by Had Croni otllchiU In cburuu of th?
Fid Work In Wall 8trt
The Wall utrect explimlon vn nntn
bin In that relief worker of the Ited
CroiH went on tho ncene twenty mill
utci lifter the dhuiMer occurred, Tbtf
race riot at Tulin nlo wu unique In
dltniter relief nnnaln In that outilde
of u Hill nl I eiiieraency relief fund con
tributed by the Ited ('roi', the only
relief ineaiure. oiitHtde ttui city con
Hinted nf tho Kcrvlcn of nodal work
er.i, nurxi-H nnd a trained executive
whoKe object wan tn nUt lonil forces
In illreetlnK their own effortH.
In decided contrast with the pro
iIouh year, only one tornado nKinmed
the proportions nf n mnjor dNniter.
Thh occurred on April 15, In tho bor
der section of Teai and Arkaimal
with the city of Texarkana a the
center, Tho Hbtulflcnnt feature of thl
dliiiHter relief work wai the fact that
It covered n much ruriil territory n
to iniiko necenmiry a Inrno number of
The famine In Chlnn, iieccnltntlliK
relief expenilllures totalllni; more than
SLtHUMKM) hy the Auierlciin Ited Croi-i
wan hy fur tint most serlou of the
foreign ill.iNlerH In which the Ited
Cross kuvo aid.
Dulldi Up Iti Machinery
In connnctloii with tho administra
tion of dlaser relief measures, an In
erenliiK effectiveness on tho part of
the Ited Cross to ileal with omerKon
eles wns manifested durlnK the past
jenr. In !t'JS Chapter of tlm Ameri
can Ited Cross thero have been formed
special committees to survey the re.
sources of tholr respective communl
Ilex am) to bo prepared In case of
disaster. In others of the 3,-llK! actlva
Chapters, a network of communication
ha been formed throuKb which Install'
tanenuH relief may lie dispatched to
nny part of the United States.
That Its work In this Held may be
continued with ever greater effective
liess, tho American lied "Cross Is ap
pealing for widespread renewal of
membership ilurliiK Its Annual Itoll
Cull, to bo conducted thin year from
November 11 to lit.
LIFE SAVING CORPS
Orowtb of Ited Cross I,f( Saving
Corps throimhout tlm country con
tinued imubiited ilurliiK tho lust llscnl
year, a suinumry of tho year'a
achievements by that Hod Cross Sen".
Ico hIiiiwh. Tliero ure now 1(10 Corps
with a total membership of more than
10,000 members, of which l.'J'l) are
sulllclently skilled In tho work to act
as examiners. Aiuoiik tho outstanding
achievements nf tho Ited Cross In tills
Meld durlnK the Inst year was the or
Riiiilzatlon nt tlm Unltcd'MtntcH Naval
Academy, Annapolis, of what Is per
haps hit largest llfo buvlni; corps tn
MATTER OF DEATH IN DOUBT
Authorities Puzzled m to Whothir
Min'i l)lnu Pronounced Dead
Makoa Him Legally Oo,
Al K. WIIIIiiiiih, Unites Htutei ill'
Irkt attorney for Kiiiihiih, received a
letter a short time iiko nskliik' Ids oplli
(on iih to tho status of u person upon
whom a death peritonei! lias been exe
cuted, who lias been legally pro-nimnci-d
dead, but afterwards regains
consclousne and recovers.
Th- case cited wan thnt of five ban
illti who wero convicted of highway
robbery In llm province of Ciuayou,
I'lilllppliio Islamls, and M-nti-iiced to
die by the old HininUli method of
hlrmiKiilalloii, After tho execution the
live bandit were placed on the floor
of o church to await funeral rites In
tho moriiliitf, In tho nlKlit three ro
Uiilneil coiiHiloumiess. Two of the
three died "iikiiIo" In a couple of days,
but one recovered, although left In a
Tho iiieslloUH nskeil are whether the
bandit who lived could bo HtrallKled
iiis'iilli, or, If bo could not, would the
fact that ho wn legally prouoiiucisl
deud prevent bin being tried In the
courts If he committed another crime.
Mr. Williams wrote mi opinion to the
lii'iulrfnx person, ili-cltirluir that ho be
lieved that uu order could be obtained
from the court sottlni; aside the tlrst
execution as IiiivIiik nctcr been per
formed and another one oiderud.
Ills opinion was that If the bandit
were not killed, llmilly, be could be
held nmenulito for other crimes, u.
tboiiKh b-k'nlly be was not in existence.
"Of courHe," Jlr. Williams said, "you
will probably Itud as many lawyer
and Judk-i-H iIIsiikp-cIiiu with lay opin
ion oh coiieurrlnc"
FLED FROM CHEESE BARRAGE
HUREAU COMES SOON
Ii. I), .Mount To Visit Commercial
Cliib In November To Iteniler
Services Control led I'or.
I, I). Mowat of tlm Ainorlcan City
buroau, will bo In Ilend from Novem
ber II to l'J, to visit tho Ilend Com
mercial club, render tho ncrvlco
which tho bureau contracted for lant
year, and dotermlnu whether tho club
has functioned accordliiK to the platm
then laid down.
Tho club directors express a hopo
that Mowat will find tho financial
condition of tho club niich that hi
labor will bo liiclit during his visit
Ilullotln "Want AiU" bring ro
sultH. Try them.
Boy Embarks On Circus Career, Gets
as Far as Maupin Brought Back, He
Eludes Father and Officers at Depot
Blowing awny In a car of the
Anderson-Srndcr hIiow train which
left Ilend early Sunday morning,
Howard Nonnclioster, H year old
son of Mr. and Mr. U. L. Noon
cheater, embarked on what ho con
ceived a a clrcu career. Ho got
an far a Maupin, where he was
discovered by railroad men, und
after inquiries had been made, ho
was ntarted home on the afternoon
Howard apparently enjoyed tho
return trip as much a lie had the
runaway. He told tho conductor ho
would bo glad to get homo. Tho
train Htopped at tho dopot and
Howard arose with tho other pa
xenger and ntarted toward tho
door, outside which hi father and
two policemen awaited.
Hut Howard never got off to
greet them. A thorough search of
tho car was made. Howard was
not thero. When tho elder Noon
Chester hail paid his son's fare
from Maupin to Ilond and gono
home, ho found his son thero be
fore him, quite contented with the
outcomo of his adventuro.
Or Ourn the Brldgei.
lit sure you are right, then go nhend,
but don't destroy your return ticket.
Adam and Kve were the first people)
to pnt too much confidence In their
Commander of Brazilian Warship
Thouflht Some New Kind of
Domb Wa Being Used.
Probably the iitninKest anil most
curious use to which cheese was ever
put occurred In a naval lialtle hi-tween
llriull and Uruguay In tlm tuld-Nlne-teeiith
century, records the lutein
(cover. The C nii; ii ay ship, commanded hy
Captain (', In thu midst of the bat
tle became exhausted of shot. A lieu
tenant reported the farts to Coe.
"Powder all gnno?" asked Coe.
"No, sir; lots of thnt yet."
"We had a darned bard Cheese
round Dutch one for desert at dinner
toduy; do you remember Iti" nald Coe.
"I ought to; I liroke the curving
knife In trying to cut It, sir."
"Are there any more aboard?"
"About two do7.cn. We took them
from a drawer."
"Will they go In the 18 siundersr
"Hy thunder, cnuuuodnre, but that's
the Ideal I'll try 'em."
And In a few- minute tho bombard
ing from Coe' ship rsiH-neil, nud tho
enemy found morn shot flying over
their heads. At last one Mint struck
the mainmast, scattering the bit of
cheese fnr nnd wide. Then another
mine. Then four or live more hlnpt-vd ,
iignlust tho sails. The enemy com-1
imindrr, tumble to decide what wax
happening, and thinking that n new ,
kind of hnmh was helng used on him,
became terrorized and ordered bis boat '
tn bnck away. I.lttle did he know that
he wiih retreating from a bnrragu of
Where Men Carry Fans.
The folding fan came originally from
Japan. In the Cast fans were carried
by both sexes and were much used
ut Important ceremonies. The Japa
nese had wnr fans, colored bright red,
mid there are some fans which have a
small polmiril concealed In the handle.
The folding fan wns Introduced to
Knghiiiil In Henry VIIl's time, coming
from Italy, tn which It had been In
troduced by Catlerlno do Medici.
The Much Talked of
IS HERE !
With its automatically lubricated Valve-In-Head Motor and
perfectly co-ordinated parts, gives a remarkable measure of
serviceability combined with simplicity and ease of operation.
Its mechanical excellency, which has grown out of twenty
years spent in developing Buick cars, is supplemented by in
numerable 'refinements, each of which contributes its share to
convenience and performance.
Expert engineering and the best of materials have pro
duced in this model a full power, economical and well balanced
light touring car. While it is moderate in price, it is a big
car and very similar in appearance to the other Buick open
The price delivered in Bend is identical with that every
where on the Pacific Coast.
Call and let us demonstrate to you the real value in the
THE BEND GARAGE
We are giving you a table of comparisons on Four
Cylinder Cars that is interesting, when you take
what we give you for the money into consideration.
3 1x4 Cord Tires
$ 1 1 20-00
1 1 90-00
32x4 Cord Tires
33x4 Cord Tires
Mr. H. E. Allen, with his choice of a Four Cylinder Car, decided upon a Nash. Ask him why.
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