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THE BEND BULLETIN.
OKND, ORKOON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 36, 1910.
EAST LINE NEXT
OREOON . TRUNK TO REACH
OUT TO I1URLINQT0N.
Portland Thinks Nest Construction
Will Do from Utnd tbsterly
Affording ilsst Outlet for
PJKTI.ANi, Or., Oct. 34 In
railroad circles the impression Is
strong that the next conitritction
in the ttote will be upon the Ore
gon Trunk eastward from Ucnd.
It li thought probable that the line
notith of Ilctid will not be built
until after completion of the road
to the Halt, and that when the
south line lii built it will be used
jointly by the Hill and Uarriman
Connection with the Burlington
nppears to be the aim of the Ore
con Trunk in reaching out cast
ward, and haste in that ditcctlon is
said to be inspired by ,thc recent
iflortofthe Oregon Short Line to
raise money for a road across Ore
Hon. Obviously that would afford
the shortest route between the Des
chutes timber belt and the waiting
markets of Nebraska, Iowa and
Missouri, to say nothing ofColora
do, Kansas and Illinois. The
llurliugtou system is controlled by
Hill. The official map appearing
in the folder of the Burlington
Route issued this mouth shows a
projected line westward from
Guernsey, Wyo., to the Dig Horn
river, in the western part of that
state, the same as the road up the
Deschutes to Ucnd, now Hearing
completion, Is shown. This, of
course, leaves a considerable gap
between the Oregon Trunk and the
Burlington, but it is easily possible
Incomplete the connection before
the mills have any large amount
of Deschutes lumber ready to ship.
After trains shall be actually in op
cration to Betid it will require a
good ileal of time and money for
the construction of the manufactur
Two things staud out prominent
in this new railroad plan, which is
generally accepted as rational and
probable though not yet officially
proclaimed. One is that Bend for
a considerable time will be the tcr
minus of the north-and-south Hue,
and the other is that mills must be
at Bend to get access to the Eastern
market. Doth of those arc of vast
significance to Ucnd.
Another thing that must be con
sidered in any large view of the
situation Is the fact that recent in
terpretation the interstate com
merce law upsets the old theory and
practice that Hasten) Oregon must
pay on goods from the Hast rates
equal to the through charge to the
coast plus the local charge back
frpm Portland, Thus, instead of
having to pay higher freight
charges than Portland docs, Eastern
Oregon points will hereafter pay
less than coast cities do on freight
from the Hast. This fact, applied
to the Ucnd situation, means that
the Deschutes town will become an
important distributing point- a
jobbing center for a large area.
PKlNJtViM.it, 3 '. it. The Grand
Jury has just adjourned after being
in session nine days nud evenings,
bringing in 33 indictments and
finding 1 a not true bills.
The jury In the Anderson case
has just gone out.
PHONE TO CRESCENT.
0, 1. 8 P.
Pioneer Company Starts Construction
of New Lino South.
The Pioneer Telegraph & Tele
phone Co. is Installing u new
line from Kosland to Crescent. It
is understood a line Is planned from
Klamath Palls to that point, with
which it will connect.
This morning Manager Doonar
left Iknd with a crew to commence
work, the first step in which will
be the improvement of the Ucnd
Ulg Audlcnco Qreitly Enjoys Episco
pal Chapel Entertainment.
A mast thoroughly enjoyable en
tertainment wus given last night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M
Drake, to raise funds for the erec
tion of an Hpiscopal chapel. Liv
ing pictures, or the most part por
trayed by youthful artists, and
many delightful musical numbers,
followed by refreshments, made up
a most pleasurable evening.
About $37 was realized.
The program was as follows:
I. Violin Solo Robert Inncs
Napoleon R. II. Could
n,,,i Pln i MIm V. Williams
Duet, Piano j MMon Uwrence
Little Bopccp... Sarah Worustaff
Violin Solo Miss Iva West
Old Woman who Lived In
a Shoe Lanora Morris
8. Yc Lady of ye Olden Time
Miss Cornelia Wilson
Piano Solo Miss Williams
Little Red-Riding Hood...
s I U. M. Davis
"" J Prank May
13. Poppy Laud ,
Marion Lawrence, Margaret
Wiest, Claudia Triplett, Clare
Hunter, Lois Triplett, Marie Bros
tcrhaus, Bessie Smith, Edna Moe,
Viola Drown, Gladys Situer. La
nora Morris, Marion Stther, Agnes
Johnson, Louise Triplett.
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The Basic Problem
THE GREATEST OF ALL PROB
LEMS TO THE GENERAL PUB
LIC IS THE BREAD
AND BUTTER PROBLEM
INDUSTRY atone will not solve the bread and butler
problem; but if one lays by something, however
email, from the fruits of hit Industry, he list found
the solution of this problem, To the man with a bank
account opportunities arise, which would otherwise lo
beyond lils'reach. You havo often heard a mail say, that
were It not for his family responsibility he would do this
or that, With a batik balance to his credit the bread and
butter problem Is solved for the prcteut, and ho Is there
foru able to make It a less Important problem In the future,
Banking & Trust Company
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
I,, n, JjAJRD, Tres. J. W, MA8TKR8, Vice Tres.
M. O. COIt, Cashier.
REDFIELD'S REPORT SHOWS
ASSETS AT $33,000.
Hie U. S. Howard Bonds May (let Its
significant Plum from I'le Port
land Report Intimates Some
Stockholders May '(Jet Left.
The following article relative to
the affairs of the Deschutes Irrinu
SCHOOLS DO WELL AT
Competitive Inhibition of School
Work at Prineville Local Pupils
Make flood Showing New
District's fine Record.
In the. competitive exhibition of
xchool work which occ tired nt the
tion & Power Co, appeared in the 1 Crook County Fair last week the
Portland Orcyoiilun of Oct. iHtli.
After advertising the sale on the pub
lic hulk-tin lioartls af the Courthouie, the
llurnililc bridge am! Strel lirMtfr, Receiv
er C. M. Kcdfield ycttenUy rexrtci to
the United Males Court that on Oclotier
4 he had sold the personal property ol
the Deschutes Imitation and rower Com
tMiiy to Jctte Htesriu and U- G. Addison
tor an a kk resale of f 20,000. Realty be
IciikIiik to the concern was advertised In
an obscure- weekly publication at Red
mond, Crook County, Or., and on Oc
tober 7 at the Courthoute In 1'rlneville.
It was sold to the same pcoile for fiy
Mi. The total aatteti of the Irrigation
company, upon which reorganisation of
the concern Is predicated, are therefore
Against this csih bill there l an In
debtedilCM of approximately 450,000,
on account of the bond iuue securel by
(he lint mortgage given by the com
pany, and an investment of approxi
mately J,j).iio) for Hie ooiittruellun
of the ditches, lateral aud nircliae
price of the lamia.
01 that total of indebtedness R. 8.
Howard, tr, is the reorcMiilatUe of
bonds to the par value of t m.iuo, which
were purchased of the officers of the
company upon the aecurlty of the firt
STOCKlloUlUftS LKIT 1.1 COLD.
Ill the reiwrt of the receiver It It set
out that he has "received 1801.10 for
the benefit of the R 8. Howard bonds,"
A careful citluialeof thotc figures, com
pared with the total of the bonded in.
dcbtcdlicM, reveals the fact that the re
ceiver miiit have received the sum of
moner named as a pro rata apportion
ment 01 tile proceeds 01 the Mlc as re
ported. The sum of $1891.30 represents
the exact Interest the R. S. Howard, Jr.,
bomjs bears to the eutlio bouded iajbt
edtiess. In the report no provision is made for
a pro rata dlvitlon of receipts among the
stockholders, with one exception. It U
pointed out that there are more than
7i atockholders in the concern who are
not cared for in the report of the receiver.
Whtto Uullds Next to Post office for
C D. Rowe.
John White has begun work on 0
new building to face ou Oregon
street immediately in the rear of
the Arnold Restaurant and between
that and the postoffiee. The build
ing of one story with dimensions
30x46 feet, Will be occupied by C.
It is Mr. Rowe's Intention to
couduct a variety store often
styled a ,,racket,, store. He will
have a fully furnished and mod-
eruly equipped shop, with it lurge
stock of notions, household Roods
etc. ills stock in now cither in
Shajilko or ou the way thither.
The new enterprise will open its
doors probably early in December,
Bend schools carried off 33 prizes.
Seventeen of these were in the
High School. There were 15 first
prizes, 10 seconds und eight thirds.
The following were the prize win
l'irst Umlly Kchreder.
Second L.yle Richardson.
(Outline.) Third Ray Deysrmond.
Pirat Margaret Wiest.
Third Lawrence Smith.
SUN I OK JtNGUSII.
Third Ilruee Deyarmoud. ,
l'irst Hiuee Deyarmoud.
l'irst llruec Deyarmoud.
Second Itmlly Schrcdcr.
I'irt Ifetelle Thorson.
Second Margaret Wiest.
Third John Sather. '
Second Ktnlly Schrcdcr.
Arithmetic: l'irst Msrion Lawrence.
History: Pint Class, l'trst Marl-
on Iwrejice. ,. ,
i.ramraan mini .ibi.
Writing: Pirst Marion Lawrence.
Grammar: Second Class. Third
Writing: Pirst Marie Pox. Third
Arlthmello: Second Class.
Arithmetic: Pirst Martin Viuyard.
language: Second Clara Vinyard.
Drawing: Second Dora Pletnlng.
Language: Pirst Hazen Grant.
The first grade exhibited no
work, the second grade doing the
work usually done by the first.
At the Teachers Institute, which
was in session during the week,
the maximum enrollment was 85
Among the lecturers were P. I,.
Campbell, President of the Uui
: versity of Oregon, and Fletcher
uooman, Jrcsideut 01 Willamette
University. Op Wednesday eve
ning the teachers were entertained
at a reception at the home of Mrs.
Collins Elkins. Friday was School
Day at the Fair Grounds the
school exhibits being inspected and
awards made aud a parade of pu
pils taking place.
District 73 Docs Well.
One of the very best showings
made by any school in the county,
proportionally to its enrollment, is
that made by the new school in
district 73, cast of Bend, instructed
by Miss Angie Young. The
school's exhibits at Priucvillc won
4 first prizes, 5 seconds and 3
thirds. JJelow is the detailed list
of awards: m
IIYOIKNK 6TJI GKADK.
Pirst Class. Pirst Alia Roe. Sec
ondMamie Neff. Third Gertrude
IIYGIHNK 4TJI GUAD8.
Second Class. Second Rails Cook.
HISTORY -6TH GKADK.
Second Class. Third Alia Roe.
ARITHMETIC 2ND GKADK.
Pirst May Swiger. Pirst Milton
Henson. Second May McNaught.
Third Hihel Swlger.
OPTION LAW 0. K.
RRST FIGHT TO FIND IT
Uradshaw Holds election Valid-Initial
Liquor Case Verdict Qullty Af
ter Jury Is Out Eleven Hour
Murderer Is Sentenced.
NEW D. I. & P. CO.
NOW ON ITS FEET.
4 P. M.
An unofficial telegram from Port
land states that the court has con
firmed the sale of the D. I. & Co.
property, that the Land Board has
approved the new contract, and
that articles of incorporation of the
uew company have been filed. The
name of the new organization is as
yet not known.
This probably means final adjust
ment and commencement of work
at once. It is understood Roscoe
Howard will be in charge.
SCALES LAVA BUTTE.
Railroader and Wives have Day's
Outing from Uend.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baxter, Mr.
aud Mrs. Lyman Griswold, Miss
Fluke, and G. O. Ltntner were
Iguests at Hotel liend Monday
uigui. xcsieruay me enure party
went to Lava Butte and climbed
the Interesting land mark, viewing
the crater and the unique lava fields
which surround the miuiature
Mr. Griswold, who has been Or
cgon irunK resident engineer ai
Modras since work began there,
now is in charge of all the .en
gineering work, under Chief En
gineer Baxter. Ik is understood
thot G- -O. Ltntner, the engineer
who has been at the head of work
near Bend, will go to Portland
early n November.
Read the big ad, Turpiu&WhitscttV
Rough and Dressed
-af" ALL SIZES OF
DOORS and WINDOWS
"REX FLlNTKOTB" AND "MIKADO"
DEADENING FELT AND
1MN. SLAB WOOD
, '..Delivered In Bend dj j "e?A
Per Cord . . , . .". &O.D)
Oct Your Winter's Supply.
Pilot Butte Development Co.
The first liquor cast of the 32
thus far given to the Circuit Court
by the Grand Jury was tried yes
terday in Prineville, und resulted
in a verdict of guilty, brought in at
10 o'clock last night, after the jury
had been out since f I a. m.
Up to 2 p. m. today no sentence
bad been pronounced.
The case was that of the State
vs. John Billips for illegal liquor
selling ou the Deschutes near
Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Defendent's -attorneys were V. A.
Forbes, V. H Wilson and George
L- Bernier; State's, P. W. Wilson,
T. E. J. Duffy and W. P. Myers.
The case virtually decided itself
into a test of the validity of the
local option election of June i,
1908, defendent's counsel maintain,
ing it illegal through certain irreg
ularities in the posting of election
notices. After hearing extensive
arguing, Judge Bradshaw Tuesday
morning held that the election in
question was regular, ruling that
any technical mistakes which
might have occurred were immate
rial to the issue. It is understood
that the defendent will take the
case to the Supreme Court.
This morning the case of State
vs. C. Anderson of Redmond, went
to trial. The following jury hears
the case: A. Moner, Madras; G.
V. Dillon, Madras; P. Riley, Ash
land; F. A. Shonquest, Bend; H.
F. Mitchell. McKay; Joe Istei,
Poulina;J. N. Williamson, Prine
ville; II. S. Jones, Redmond; A.
C. Lucas. Bend; Wm. Claypool,
Redmond; H. C. Davis, Prineville;
N. J Lambert, Powell Butte.
Should "guilty" be the verdict it
is probable that the defendents will
take thq case to the Supreme Court,
to seek an overruling of Bradshaw's
decision regarding the legality of
the option election; In which event
the other 20 cases will plead guilty
and abide by the decision of the
test case in the higher court.
The jury In the Billips case were:
J. W.. Berr). Sisters, (foreman); P.
M. Booth, Sisters; Geo Bates, Bend;
Fred Stewart. McKay; J. W. W 1 ,
Sisters; N. S. McCorn; N. D. Nye,
Bear Creek; Alec Hunter, Ash
wood; Homer Claypool, Prineville;
Walter Knox, Crooked River;
Newt Co"b, S'sters; R. C Johnson,
Pilot Butte. Considerable difficulty
was experienced in getting a jury.
Dan Koran, the Austrau railroad
laborer wh6 killed his foreman
(Continued on psge 8.),
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WHILE you ore preparing for
wluter, don't neglect to make
provision for unforsecn needs.
A good Bank account means' food,
fuel aud clothing and necessities iu
casefbf sickness or loss oremployment.
t-Start this week to lay away euough
totldcyou over comfottably,
',MfAtway8 gladV icTsee yoit at this
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