The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, August 27, 1921, Page 1, Image 1

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    THE BEND BULLETIN
, . . TIIK WKVTHFR ,
Fulr Tonight mid Tomorrow.
DAILY EDITION
VOU V.
liKM), DKHCitLTLH IXiUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 27. lOlM.
No. 71
DEBS TO STAY
IN CELL TILL
PACT RATIFIED
QUESTION OF I'AKDON
I HOLD up
SUGGESTIONS FILED
Nature of Attorney General's Hisoiii
UtcniUlluna Remain Krrn-I Oilier
I . lolatora To He I'rrnl
If )i'Im la l.llN-mli'il.
(II; Dulled ri-.tuTWB.nd Bulletin.)
WAKIIINOTO.N. Au(. 27. Prunl
dnl Hurtling will make no decision
regarding Eugene Deb and other po
litical prisoners, until after I ho flnul
ratification of lha German treaty. At
torney General Daughprty announced
lodny following a White House con
ference. Daugherty ' recommendation re
garding a pardon for Kugeu lnbs
were placed before the President to
day. Content of the recommenda
tion, understood to bo subject to
change, war not revested.
It la understood that If Debs l
freed, othar political prlaonra tnay
alao go free. althouKh not thoaa who
tried to um actual violence agalnat
the government.
BAIL LIGHT IN
SWINDLE CASE
ALLEGED LEADER IN tWO.OOO.IKM)
HTKAI. ARRAIGNED WITH TIIK
OTHER HI'HPMTM IX UNITED
HT. JVM COURT.
ISj United rnua to Tka Bead Bulletin.)
CHICAGO. Aug. 27. tbarloa W.
French, alleged leader of lha S0.
000.000 swlndl , trust, with all
otbara, waived preliminary ' hearing
when arraigned befora United Slate
Commlaaloner Glaaa today. Donda
for French ware fixed at $ I J. 000 and
$5,000 for the othara.
Evidence against the men contin
ues to pile up aa other quantities of
bogua securities and other negotia
ble papers are being discovered.
WOMAN IN TACOMA
, ..ADMITS IDENTITY
Wife of Hold Man Atlmlta She la
Maude Moore, Convicted) Mur
i drreaa of Auto Dealrr.
I By Ualted Prani la Hie M Bulletta.)
TACOMA. Aug. 17. Mrs. Helen
Slubba, wife of Tscoms hotel man,
broke her long alienee today and ad
mitted her Identity as Maude Moore,
convicted murderess of Leroy llarth.
wealthy Tennessee automobile dealer.-
Sho will he extradited.
EMPLOY MANY NEW
MEN AT SAWMILL
fietural men every dny are being
given employment at the llrooks
Hcnnlon plunt and camps. Fullers,
tmnchcrs and truck men are being
employed nt present. There Is no
ovorstipply of labor In Hend. accord
ing to the employment officers ut
the mill.
MISSING MINISTER
CANNOT BE FOUND
(Br United Pren to The Bind Bulletin.)
PORTLAND, Aug. 27. ilovernnd
Jesse T. Anderson, missing Mursh-
flnld mlnlMcr, hus not been located
after several days search.
MOSCOW IN FLAMES
REPORT IN LONDON
' ' (Br United Pens to Ths Bend Bulletin.)
' . ' LONDON, Aug.i 27. Moscow has
y.- ; been burning for three doys, accord
g Ing to roporte reaching hero. Amorl
, can relief workers received no con
flrmatlon of the roport.
Seek To Preserve
Remaining Trees
Along State Road
Governor Olcott. In a letter to 4
Hie Hi-nil ('iiinmi'rrlul club, re-
ti-lveil this iiioriilng, luvllus a
delegate from the organization
to he irHunt ut tlm ni'iutliig of
the State Highway coinmlHsloii
In Portland on August 30, when
the matter of preserving tlm re-
imilnliig forest growth lining
the state highway south of I lend
will ha taken up. 4
4 A similar Invitation, the gov- 4
4 ernor stutns In his Invltutlon, 4
4 tins been sent lu I ho county 4
4 court. 4
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AMATEURS GIVE
CLEVER STUNTS
COMMUNITY PROGRAM
IS ENJOYED
Hlirvlln-lllion llanil la More Than
I'sually I'lraalng t oneert ul
Hue of II. A. A. ('. Winter
Arllvlllra Is Glvrn.
Except for the few mishaps which
make an amateur performance so
thoroughly enjoyable, last night's
community program at the II. A. A.
C. was misnamed "amateur night."
for all of the numbers were dis
tinctly of a professional type. The
singing and yodellng of O. I.. Ileld
en, the Impromptu efforts of C. I..
Smith, who went on the stage with
out preparation to fill In a pause,
and the music of the Shrvlln-Illxnn
band, better In execution and more
pleasing In effect than ever, stood out
prominently In the evening's enter
tainment. The attendance was good.
Other scrs were a aftiglug. Instru
mental and comedy sketch participat
ed In by Kay Golden, N. A. Cobb and
O. U Betden, lad a violin and, gui
tar duet by Ivan Palln and A. A'pder-
sob. - .,
R. W. Casebeer, Belden and Smith
were scheduled lo give a comedy
skit, but aa Smith' and Reldea ap
peared In other arts. It was not given.
Activities) Planned
Carl A. Johnson, a member of the
II. A. A. C. managing board, told
of some of the plana for winter ac
tivities of the club. Teams In Indoor
baseball, basketball. Indoor tennis,
bowling, wrestling boxing will be be
gun soon. Gymnastics under a phy
sical director will stsrt In October.
As a climax to the Indoor athletic
program, an athletic circus Is plan
ned for February.
Home talent plays, vsudevllle and
minstrels will be conducted under
the entertainment division, as well
aa the weekly, dances and special
club events, Including Hallow en
hlch la lo be the date of the big
club party.
The Shevlln-lllxon band will par
tlclpste In all of the monthly com'
munlty meetings, of which last
night's was th first. The program
they gave Inst night Included:
March, "Triumph of the True
Tone," Sousa; Overture, "Impromp
tu." Da I by; March, "Washington
Host," Bo una: selection, "Carmen,"
lllxet: trombone solo, "Let All Obey,"
I.each; march, "Stars and" Stripes."
Sousa.
IRRIGATION USED
TO DETER CALLERS
Handier Floods Lavtn Nightly, And
DniiKhter's (im-sts Don Rutihrr
Hoofs When Miiklnu; Visits.
ALFALFA, Aug. 27. -A new use
for Irriiratinn hns been found by A.
L. Hliultz. runcher in the Alfalfa dis
trict, who employs the flooding sys
tem on his lawn to discourage the
too frequent visits of evening cnllers
on a popular daughter. As a result
only the most persistent continue to
call, and they have discarded dress
shoes In favor of rubber boots In
order to cross the Inundated lawn.
Nightly lawn parties disturbed the
slumbers of Mr. Shultt. and threats
of a shotgun loaded with rock salt
fulled to diminish the number of
guests, So he turns on the water each
evening and may later purchase a
bulldog to mount guard t the frent
gate. '
LIMIT REACHED
IN CONCESSION
PAPERS ASSERT
BRITAIN NEARS END
OF ENDURANCE
TRUCE IS IN DANGER
Gotcrmnriit HellcraM- Adherence lo
(Mil Trim", unci lii-pulr Hem lie
Ito-ailloik After Ix- Vali-ra
HukkcI New Offer.
(Br trnlled 1-rotoTka hnd Bulletin.)
LONDON, Aug. 27. "Kugland has
reached the limit in concessions and
almost the limit of her endurance.
The Irish truce Is In danger." This
wss the lone of die llrllish press to
day, discussing the Irish situation
following Lloyd George's firm reply
to !) Vslera's letter rejecting Ilrlt-
Ish terms. .
The Hlnn Fein president asked for
a continuance of negotiations on the
basis of new terms,' but the British
government reiterated adherence to
th old terms.
Th dispute has reached a dead
lock, with the press unanimously
supporting the government's stand.
MINE MEETING
IS CONSIDERED
ritKKIDKNT HARDING MAY PA
YOR KlGtiKHTlOX OF IXU
t'HIKF TO V.Slt MINGO COl'NTV
1MIIHTRIAI) WAR.
(Br foiled rV to The 'lend BulUrtta.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. Preal
dent Harding la seriously consider
ing the request of John L. Lewis.
president of the I'nlted Mine Work
era of America for a conference of
mine operations and workera. lo end
the Industrial situation and threaten
ed mine war In Mingo county, the
White House today announced.
The president discussed with Sen
ator Sutherland of West Virginia,
th feasibility of such a conference
Meanwhile the situation lo Mingo,
and Logan counties. Is reported quiet
MAN HAS ANTHRAX,
SOURCE UNKNOWN
Disease IVIIcvetl To Have Bees
Communicated lly Slierp, llut No
Cases Reported, Kays Jamison.
George Aldrldge. Powell Butte
sheepherder. is being successfully
treated In Bend for anthrax, a high
ly Infectious disease of cattle and
sheep. Only two other cases among
human beings have occurred here
within the Inst two years.
Aldrlilge Is believed to huve con
tracted the disease from his sheep,
but there has been no report of an
thrax, or malignant pustule as It Is
also known, from that section, states
County Agent I). L. Jamison. I'nof-
flclnl reports of anthrax In the Fort
Rock country wore received some
time ago, but were never confirmed.
CHINESE ROOSTERS
ARE SHIPPED HERE
Nix Dtw.cn ItlriN Supplied Vnr Dps
chutes County Dy Cim!iiiln
Do Well In Kliimnih.
Six doien Chlneso pheasant roost
ers hove been shipped by the game
commission to 11. J. Overturf. to be
turned loose in Deschutes county.
About 75 hens were turned loose
hero two weeks ago. Fewer roosters
ur supplied for the reason thot they
are more hardy, according to mem
bers of the commission.
OutBld of those shipped In. there
are few pheasants In Deschutes coun
ty. Klamath county has done so well
with pheasants received In the pat
few. year that the people there plan
to as-k an open season next year.
Rescuers Lose
Canadian Ship
Still Floating
(Br United Pram to The Bend Bulletin)
AKTO.'ilA, Aug. 27. Accord- 4
Ing lo radio reports, the steam- 4
-r .Maiiukul hus abandoned 4
sea nli for dlxubled Canadian 4
frelKhter, Canadian Importer, 4
and the mlHning life boat con- 4
talning 1 1 men, and has depart- 4
ed on her course for Honolulu. 4
Other vessr-ls are searching 4
the oceun for the freighter, 4
which with engines and wire- 4
leas disabled. drifts toward 4
shore heavily luden with lum- 4
ber. 4
Captain Hlsiett and 22 men 4
are on board. 4
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CROWDS WILL
ATTEND PICNIC
GltOI Mltt r:SII.V UM'.ITKI) IIY
PARTIKS DRIVING, IJV FOL
LOWING KIGNS RIG DAY IS
I'HOMISFR.
Parties driving to the Shevlin-Hlx-
on picnic at Benham Falls tomorrow
will have no trouble in finding tbe
place, according to the committee in
charge. They are directed to go out
the Dulles-California highway be
yond! Lava Butte, look for "picnic"
signs' and follow them. The road
was marked yesterday.
The scene of the picnic Is on the
east side of the river above the falls,
near the end of the new logging rail
road trestle which The Shevlln-Hixon
Company has Just erected. All who
wish to tuke the special train will
b accommodated. It will Wave the
plant at 9:30 o'clock, and will leave
the picnic grounds for bom at 6:30
o'clock In the afternoon.
Among the day's event will be
a band concert, basket lunch with
watermelon. Ice cream and lemonade
furnished by tbe company, and
sports, as well as a special event
which I being kept a close secret.
The general public is Invited to
the picnic.
RELIEF SHIPS
LEAVE ENGLAND
CARRY 8,000 TONS OF F(K)I) FOR
STARVING SLAVS MORK TO
UK PritCMASKD IN AMF.RICA,
SAYH DROWN.
( Br United Press to Th Bend Bulletin.)
LONDON, Aug. 27. American re
lief ships sailed today for Russia,
carrying 8,000 tons of foodstuff.
One ship has gone to Reval, another
to Petrograd.
Ten thousand more tons being
bought In America through New
York headquarter will be shipped
Immediately, according to Walter
Lyman Brown, heading the relief
work.
DISTRICT BUDGET
COMMITTEE MEETS
School KstlnmtpK Will lie Ready In
Nc.;r Future Follotvlnit Joint
St'i.Mlon Is ltt-lleveil.
Members of the school district
builKet committee met last night In
the Bend Company offices with the
dixirlrt directors to make tentative
estimates of the expenditures which
will be necessary during the coming
school year. L. M. Foss, E. P. M
haffoy. George P. Gove, and C. A.
Hayden, were the directors In at
tendance. II. A. Miller. H. E. Allen.
F. Dement, II. E. Nordeen, ' R. D.
Moore, and R. W. Sawyer, Joining in
the deliberations on the Invitation
of the board. J. Alton Thompson,
former clerk, was at the meeting to
assist J. C. Rhodes in regard to pre
vlous records.
It is expected that the budget will
be announced by the director and
advisory committee in the near fu
ture. ;..,.'-.
SECESSION OF
NORTHERNLAKE
COUNTY ASKED
FEELING IS GENERAL
SAYS PAPER
MAY BE NEW COUNTY
Annexation To Detcriates County
KuKgctrd In Communication
Wlilrh Silver I-akc I-eail.-r
lb-claret Keprewnlutive.
That residents of northern Lake
county are seriously considering se
cession from Lake and annexation by
Deschutes, is strongly Indicated In
the last Issue of the Sliver Lake
Leader. The suggestion is made In
the form of a communication to The
Leader, by J. Naldrett of Summer
Lake, and editorial comment In the
same Issue declare that Naldrett
strikes straight out from the sboul
der, and what he ha the courage to
say In print has been publicly ex
pressed In this part of the county for
some time."
Criticism, of tbe Lake county gov
ernment, a far as Naldrett' letter
is concerned, is apparently based on
the road situation faulty repair,
and unjust location.
Would Annex
His point regarding annexation to
Deschutes county Is made when he
says: "You north Lake county people
with your sand drifted, water wash
ed. rocky, unworked roads, with cul
verts and bridges of poles, la It not
time you awaken from your Rip Van
Winkle slumbers? la It not time to
call a special election and either di
vide our county and establish a coun
ty seat at Silver Lake, with officers
that will see, at least, that a part of
the rock are removed? It not a sep
arate county let us then bet annexed
to Deschute county It sure can't be
any worse."
FINISH INSPECTION
OF POTATO FIELDS
Twenty-eight Out of 130 Fields
Passed Chances For Good Coun
ty Yield Thought Excellent.
First Inspection of potato fields
In Deschutes county for seed certifi
cation is complete. County Agricul
turist D. L. Jamison states, and the
result Is that 28 out of 130 fields
have been accepted, or In other terms
175 out of 1,000 acres.
Indications on the whole, however.
are excellent for a good yield of mar
ketable potatoes in the county, says
Jamison. In scattered section th
frost of a week ago did pome dam
age, he finds, but In the greater part
of the county the frost wa not felt.
MEMBER OF COUNCIL
WILL STUDY CAMPS
X. H. Gilbert Leaves On Auto Tour
To Observe Mpthoita I'sed In
Cities ot California.
To make a careful study of the
auto camp grounds of California,
Councilman N. H. Cllbert is leaving
today for a 60 duy absence In that
state. Ho hopes to secure first hand
Information which may be applied
with good results In solving Bend's
auto camp problems.
Mr. Gilbert Is accompanied on his
tour by his wife and children. They
are traveling by car.
VAUDEVILLE SHOW
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Eleven acts of vaudeville are being
planned for a show to be held at the
American Lesion building next Fri
day night, September 2, by the en
tertainment department of the B. a.
A. C. Norman Cobb la In charge. The
entertainment will be of tho nature
of that given last night, but all of
the act will be new. Instrumental
and vocal muslo; dancing and spak
ing'act will be on the program; as
well as some surprise. ' ,
BANDITS KILL,
POSSES TRAIL
TOTHEBORDER
POSTMASTER SLAIN IN
ARIZONA TOWN
WOMAN SHOT IN FACE
Scouts See Rand Pa Into Mexico
International Cooperation To Be
Askrd In KrTertlng Appre
hension of Murderer.
(Br United Praaa to The Bend Bulletin.)
Tl'BCON, Arlx., Aug. 27. Armed
posse are trailing seven Mexican
bandits wbo murdered Frank Pear
son, United States postmaster, and
his wife, and seriously wounded Mra.
Pureed. Pearson's sister-in-law. at
Rnby.
SEEN CROSSING BORDER
NOGALES. Aril., Aug.- 27. Th)
bandits escaped over the interna
tional border, according to Sheriff
White of Santa Crui county who at
pnrauing them. He said sconts The
saw the band pass into Mexico gare
him tbe Information.
Cooperation of Mexican official la
securing the robber' apprehension
ha been requested.
Mrs. Purcell, the wounded woman,
has been brought here. She was shot
In the face, but may Tecover.
REASON OVEN
FOR ZR-2 FALL
STRUCTURAL WEAKNESS . BaV
SPONSIBLE FOR DISASTER, lit
. STATEMENT OP . COMMANDS
IX HOSPITAL.
(Br United Preen to Tha Bend Baoetia.)
HULL, Eng.. Aug. 17. The "ac
cident to the ZR-2 waa due to atroet-.
aral weakness. I had intended this
to be my last flight."
Lieutenant Wann. commander ot
the ZR-2, lying Id a hospital suffer
ing from Injuries received in the Z3t
2 disaster, gave this as a signed
statement to the police inspector to
day. PROBE IS SECRET
HOWDEN. Eng., Aug. 27. The
British air service inquiry into th
ZR-2 disaster opened today In secret
session. Vice Air Admiral Salmosd
presided. Lieutenant Dyer represent
ed tbe United States.
GOLD DUST BANKED
BY MAN AT MADRAS
Early Day Recalled When S. Itottrt
gurs Tilts Poke On Counter Bag
Goes On Long Trip To Get Cash
MADRAS. Aug. 27. Memories of
bygone days were recalled here when
3. Roderlgues. Standard Oil man
ager, entered the Madras State bank,
tilted a poke of gold dust on the
counter and asked to have It con
verted Into cash.
' But right there the memories fad-'
ed away, for In the old days the cash
ier would have brought out his scales,
weighed the dust, and paid tor It.
Following the modern method, how
ever, Cashier Lambert sent the dust
tome f ederal Keserve Dana in oaa
Francisco, which In turn sent it on
to the mint.
The net value of the contents ot
the bag was 1229.16.
VETERANS' BUREAU
CONSIDERS CLAIMS
- All applications of ex-service men
fer. compensation, insurance and vo
cational training should be sent to
the district office of tbe Veterans'
bureau, 6121 Arcade Bldg., Seattle,
according to notice received by
American . Legion officer. Thla
order doe not conflict with th work
Qt the Cleanup Squad, which will be
in Bend September 13 and 14. Tho
squad will, handle application and
claims direct. , i ,