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THE BEND BULLETIN
WIND. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV 23, 1910.
WIMERS ET AL ALLOW UNTIL
Oregon-Washlngton-ldaho n n n c o
Company SUM WorMnj; on Re
clamation of old Columbia
Tumalo, Or.. Nov. 3 1 The op
lion lichl by the Oregon-Washing
ton-Idaho 1'lnuiicc Co. ttMiii n
huge tract of land on Dull Creek
I'lul for reservoir for the Columbia
Southern "crenntfon expired 011
the 10th, but It hat been renewed
until March i, 1911. The addi
tional time wan made necessary by
the delay In adjudication the water
rights of Tumalo creek. It lit ex
peeled Ihtt the Slate Hoard of Con
trol will have rendered decision In
this matter before next spiiug and
tliat the way will then be opc-i for
progress by the Finance Company.
The land) now under option In
clude the following;
t'.. V. Winter ft Soils rVnacici.
1'. At Woolley.. JM "
I.. J. Winter , (k "
I. It. Whiter Ibj
Cliirlrt SMtiKll 160 '
V. II. Kcxclt ir.) '
Henry Halm , Ho
Total '. .. .ifVto
All these land nrc needed for
the proposed reservoir, except
those of I.. J. and I. E. Wlmcr and
Spaugh, which derive water from
what Is known ax the Wlmcr ditch
The Finance Company desires to
lake over the lauds nerved by that
ditch in order to avoid contest.
However, the Iluhn tract Is not
really essential to the reservoir.
Tumalo. Or., Nov. 15 Potter's
ttirething machine It wludliii up lit run
04 Oil ilile of the river, It will now
work hack towards Powell Itullr, where
there ate 400 aorc yet to llwet.li.
Wittier' hay baler will reuinie baling
hay for l'tc.l Wallace tomorrow.
Wa arc sorry to have lo report the
death of Mist Hmtita, daughter of Mr.
ami Mr. I. K. Conch, aj;ed 16 year.
Htnina will lie greatly mined at h wa
a iicat favorite with all who knew her.
We all yittiathle wllh the bereaved
Mr. P. A. Woolley, C. W. Thomwalte
and Illlh II. .'dlugt9U were llend vis
Mr. ami Mr. J, K, Couch have jjotte
tu Waihinj'tnti on lulnc,
Chilly Temperature, Much Rain and a
More than one inch of rain has
fallen within the past week, ubout
two-thirds of which came Monday
and TucMlay, Snow fell at intervals
yesterday and whitened patches o
Once ench week wc pay for this space for
the privilege only of inviting you once
again to become a depositor of our Rank.
v The person who rends about us
iifty-two times a year ought to
know us lit least iifty-two times
better than if he had read of us
but once. The better he knows
us the more likely he is to like
us and our business methods.
Your account, large or small,
Is urgently solicited aiiid re
Banking & Trust Company
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
It. I). 1IAIIU), Prea. J, W, MASTlt R8, Vice Trcs.
M. G. COR, Cashier.
in' 1 mwbwm 1 1 latnananaavatapaMNiBtiaKtaiMiBarBi
(round, a temperature of 37 de
grccs being too high to permit
much accumulation. The lowest
temperature recorded tills season
was 15 above zero, on Sunday the
Kather more rain than is usual
for November has fallen this year
anil the roads urc in correspond
ingly bad nhuptf. In the Jlctid re
Kiou the sandy soil takes care of
the moisture, but on some of the
adobe Ntrelchcs between here and
the railroad the going Is excess
ively heavy. All stages have !ccu
late one to 10 hours. Saturday
night no railroad mail at all came
lo Bend, but two days' mall came
Huudav. No aiitos tilv between
Shauiko and Shuttle's. Railroad
mall failed again Inst riilit.
Frank Robertson of the Town
sile Company left with his cur for
Shauiko Monday noon but did not
reach the railroad until last night.
Dad tires and worse roads delayed
Bend and IVIncvllU Teams lo Contest
Basket Ball Too.
The Iktid High School and the
Crook County High School foot
ball teams will meet tomorrow af
ternoon at 3:00 on the Prlucvillc
High School grounds. This will
be the first high school game ever
played in Central Oregon, and
promises to be closely contested.
The Bend team has been work
Ing consistently, regardless ' ol
weather. Tuesday afternoon the
boys had signal practice in Lin
slcr's Hall. Accompanied by
Coach Lattiu they left today for
I'riueville, nnd will return Friday.
Last Sunday afternoon the team
played a pick-up crowd of former
players who arc now living in
jlcnd, and won 6 to 5. From tht
style of game exhibited then, the
trays may be expected to put up a
hard struggle tomorrow.
The Uend line-up, as announced
by Coach Lattln, is:
lotto Kather, I. e. I'red I.uca 1. 1.
Kay Deyartiiond.l.K. Ivan McOlllvrar, c
A Ion in Moore, r. ;. Claude Kelley, r. e.
Kenneth Minor, Iliucc Dcyarmoinl,
1. h. I. h.
I.yle Richardson, Max Richardson,
r. h. f. h.
Hubs: Harry Johnson, Ucrt ljwell,
Tomorrow evening at 7:30 the
basket ball teams of the two schools
will nlay at Club Hall. The ad
mission will be 35 cents to each
Sawmill Men Pined.
SiSTitKS, Or., Nov. 33 Roberts
Bros, of Sisters were arrested Mon
day by Deputy Game Wuideu S
U. Morris lor allowing sawdust to
escape into the waters of Squaw
Creek: contrary to the law. Deputy
Dorris came to Sisters Monday, ac
companied by K, 15. Parker of
Bend and arrested and took them
before Justice of the Peace D. A.
Bowman, who, on their pica ol
guilty, fined them the minimum
sum on their promise to immedi
ately fix their dump so no more
sawdust would escape. The fine
and costs, amounting to about $85,
CITV OITICERS TO HI; CIIOSIiN
Most of Them are for Short
Terms to I'lll Vncnnclcs-Mntter
of Saloon Licenses Informally
At the adjourned meeting of the
Common Cfitntcil lum vi-niim ill
.--.. . ... . ....
election .iiolice previously ordered
to oc given was put in complete
and loriual shape nmordcrcd pub
llshcd and posted as follows:
Notice of Clly tllectlon
Notice l hereby (-hell that an election
will be held for the Cltr of lieml, at the
IflHU ff filial It lal nl(w 1M lltaa . .li..
ol Decemtxrr, 1010. between the hour ol
A o'clock a. in, anil 7 o'clock p, in. to
choose officer a follows:
Mayor for 1 year, to fill the unexpired
1 r li t tit '
iciiii wi v. .. titciriu.
Mrlul lor I year, to fill the unex
piled term of Ulcn Kyre.
Alderman for a years, to niccccd M. J.
Alderman for a years, to succeed T.
Ahlernun for a yean, lo succeed J. N.
The following Jui(-ct anil Clerks for
Mid election hive hecti ap-iolntril by the
Honorable Common Council of lleml:
Julne V. A. I'oibc. II. 15. Allen
and 1'. C Kowlce.
ClcrWa II. P. J. McDouatil and J. I..
Hr order of the Common Council.
Dated Nov. a J, I7I0.
II. C. II1.LU1,
The Recorder and Treasurer hold
over till next year.
Sidewalk was ordered to be built
on the west side of Hood street from
the corner of Ohio to the public
There was considerable informal
discussion of the liquor license
question and the Recorder was di
rected to get copies of the licen.se
ordinances proposed for I.aGraude,
Falls City, Independence and
Dallas to be used as a guide in
framing an ordinance for Bend
Opinions as to the license fee varied
between $600, with n limit to the
number of saloons, suggested by
Kelley, and $1000, without limita
tion as to number, suuvicsted by
Sellers and Triplett.
May Not Coma to Uend Church
The Presbytery that recently met
at Pendleton assigned the Rev. II.
V. Wariington to the Uend church,
but the people of Pilot Rock, where
he has been working for the pust
year or so, sent a protest against
taking Warrington away from them
and the latest news is that the pro
test Is likely to be effective. His
change was set for January 1st nnd
it is possible that an arrangement
mav be made Ik-fore that lime that
will admit of his coming to Uend.
Mr. Warrington is greatly liked
here and several letters urging that
he be scut to Ilcnd have been scut
to the church authorities.
Rough and Dressed
ALL SIZES OF
DOORS and WINDOWS
"REX FLINTKOTE" AND "A11KADO"
DEADENING FELT AND
16-IN. SLAB WOOD
Delivered In Bend d-? rA
Per Cord . . . . P O J
Oct Your Winter's Supply,
Pilot Butte Development Co.
ROBBED OE $400
liXPERIfiNCE AT REDMOND OP
TOLL GATE KLIiPEU.
Robbers Supposed lo Have Come to
Ilcnd hut Uacapcd Capture TIiuiukIi
Misunderstanding Between City
and County Olflcers Here.
George Scott, toll gate keeper at
Cache Creek, was in Redmond
last Friday night. He reported to
the authorities Saturday that he
fell In with two or three unknown
companions, who "rolled" and
robbed him of nlwtit $400. Dep
uty Sheriff McClay sent dc&crtp
lions of the men to Iknd, where it
was summed they might be, but
there was a misunderstanding be
twecu the -city and the count)
peace officers here and nothing wa
done to effect a capture. Jack
Kennedy, said to be one of the
men wanted, was located sleeping
in the Rowlee lodging house, but
was not immediately taken into
custody and an hour later had dis
apvared. Deputy McClay came t
iknd himself and made itearch fot
the suspects, but he yas utuucce.-s
As the railroad work tapers of
in the Deschutes canyon number
of men nre released and somt
of them are not altogether desir
able characters. The various rob
beries recently reported along tin
tailroad line are said to be tin
work of these. One named How
ard yesterday said he knew win
perpetrated the Redmond robbery,
but he would not tell, and got into
an "argument" over the nutter
with Jim Smith, in which he fared
so poorly that he sought to take
the matter into court, but ubau
doned that purpose before actiot.
The police gives warning that
people should not leave valuable.
about where they may be found b
those who may Ik disposed to steal.
BENCH MARK IS MOVED
Now on West Side of Wall Street at
Pilot Uutte tUrn.
Geo. S. Young has moved the
government bench mark from the
middle of Wall street opposite the
Pilot Uutte barn to the west side of
the street. In order to have this
moved the city authorities had to
secure permission . from the U. S
The bench marks in and near
Bend are on a liuc surveyed from
the Atlantic coast starting at an av
erage sea level The original line
followed the Northern Pacific rail
road to the Pacific, and then south
thrdugh Bend to connect with tin
liuc established in California, from
the east. The elevations given on
the benches are to tie nearest foot;
as cross lines arc surveyed, these
established elevations are corrected.
The elevation at the old bench
mark was 3629 feet while the new
one will be about three feet lower
DRIVING WINTER WORK
Deschutes Land Company Reclaiming
Land on the Upper River.
Alfred A. Aya, secretary and
treasurer of the Deschutes Land
Company, which has a large Carey
Act M'crcgation about 30 mihtf
"otith of Bend, was in town last
week. He reports that the work
now being carried on by the com
pany is progressing very well.
The men arc engaged in clearing
the right-of-way for the new ditch
line. There are three engines and
15 mtn on tht- work now, and the
company expects to increase the
force soon. There are 15 miles of
the main ditch line now cleared.
The intake for the new ditch is
50 miles south of Bend. Across
the .Mayfield meadows the ditch
A'lll be 100 feet wide, narrowing
lowu to 60 feet after it leaves the
The company is now having two
arloads of grain freighted in from
Klamath Palls for their teams, Mr.
Aya has just returned from Powell
Butte, where he made arrangements
ior the vegetable supplies for the
PHONE TO KLAMATH.
Wire Now to Crescent)' Line Coming
from South to Meet It.
The Pioneer Telephone Company
uas completed its extension work
to Crescent, where a station has
ecn installed at 12. J. RourkV
itore. The line was opened last
Thursday. It is understood that r
-ompany is building its line north
rom Klamath Falls to connect
villi the Crescent station. With
he completion of this connection,
Bend will have a direct wire to
-outhern points, as well as to many
With the completion of the new
ine to Crescent, Bogue & Boles'
tore at La Pine is connected with
Uend for the first time since the
itore was moved from Rosland.
Work or the Builders
L. C. Whitted is building a
Iwelling 26x36 feet on Ohio street
next east of the house recently
completed by Creed Triplett, It
vill be ready to occupy by the end
of the year, if weather will permit.
W. P. Golden has begun work
in a two-story addition to the
ouildiug on Minnesota street just
.completed by him for J. H. Oneil
The building will be" 22x74 fee.
joining the present Oneil building
on the east. The street front will
correspond to that of the structure
Sutherland & Mcintosh have
completed their work on John
White's new building on Oregon
trett, next to the postoffice. E
T. Butts is now papering the store
room, which will be occupied by
C. D. Rowe's variety store. Mr.
Rowe's stock Ls now being freighted
in, and will be placed in the store
as rapidly as he can get it iu.
W The First National Bank 1
L&J OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Or. U. O. OOe. Pr.tldtnt E. A, 8ATHEIT. Vic Pr.lld.nt
O 8 HUOSON, Cathlir
Oapllal full paid - - - S25.0O0
That our business U prosperous.
That wejiave been ahle to assist many
people durinj 1910,
That the people have patronized us
liberally during the present year
and we hope 1911 will find all our
customers ami the good- people of
Uend more prosperous than in 1910.
t U. C. CO . A.
F. V. SMITH
Ill i A I
DATE SET FOR OREOON TRUNK
Ralls to Complete the Job are Nov on
the South Side of the Columbia
Twenty Days for Crooked
River Bridge Building.
According to present plans Or
egon Trunk rails will be laid to
Crooked river by February 8, and
20 days later the high bridge
across that stream will be com
pleted and rail-laying to Rend will
be taken up. This announcement
was mride by 12. W. Monahan,
superintendent of construction for
Henry & McFet, the Oregon
Trunk contractors. Mr. Monahan
was in Bend yesterday and placed
an order at the Pilot Butte mill for
lumber to make the Greenwood
Avenue crossing in this city one
track wider than was at first pre
Oregon Trunk rails are now laid
for a distance of 30 miles from the
Columbia, and the track-laying is
proceeding at the rate of two miles
j day. Enough rails to finish the
track to Bend are now on the south
side of the Columbia. Graders ore
entirely out of the wavof the track
laying crew, and will so continue.
By April 1 trains will run to Bend.
This week a bridge crew starts
out to build all wooden bridges be
tween Madras and Betid. Most of
the timbers came from the Roberts
Bros.' mill at Sisters, but the
stringers will be of coast fir and
will be shipped in by rail. The
work is so managed that no mate
rial delay will occur through the
placing of these stringer,;. . Thirty
five men are now working at the
Crooked river crossing and every
thing will be ready for tbesteel when
he road shall be ready to haul that
The placing of the steel work will
not take much time.
Between Bend and Redmond 475
men and 125 horses are still em
ployed, but the force is being re
duced as grade is completed.
Four tracks will be laid at Red
mond, four or five nt Bend and
room will be provided for about 10
tracks at the new town of Meio
lius, which will be a division point.
Accident to Railroad Workmen
Lee Maddox, a railroad laborer,
suffered a compound fracture of the
jaw by the kick of a horse last
Thursday, and Is receiving treat
ment at the Bend Hospital. The
jaw was wired iuto position and the
wire gave way twice and it was
finally necessary to place the mem
ber in a plaster cast, where it must
remain for three weeks.
John Sund, another railroad
workman, is in the hospiral with
an ankle that was crushed by fall
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