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BUND, OKKOON, WHDNKSDAY, JAN i, 1911.
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NUAIUER OF SALOONS LIMIT'
Ul) TO TWKLVB.
Amendment to Ordinance Alio Pro.
hlblta Music mid Lunch Counters
In Saloons Kelly and Kublson
At t lie meeting of tlic Coinmon
Council held Sulurduy evening
thiec amendment to the liquor or
(ttnunccM were passed, two of which
were klghiied by Mayor Coe, who
bus ten days to veto or Nlgn the
third amendment. The Council
whs unanimous in its vote on Or
dliiniice No, 49 while Kelly ulouc
voted ugainst Ordinance No. 50,
The' ordinances which were pasted
are published In full twlow.
A petition rc(Urtiug ihut the
Council grant 11 license to I'. C.
Pish, ut the 1'llot lluttc Inn, wan
presented, und laid on the (utile.
An amendment prohibiting saloons
on any street other than Bond was
curried, SvII.tn, Kelly, 'Anne and
Oneil favoring it. while Allen und
Caldwell optuscd the amendment,
As ct Mayor Coe liua not signed
Fur the consideration of the pro
posed amendments, , the Council
met in Muyor Coc'a office for over
an hour, after having passed Ordlif
ance No. 49, and returning to Kc
cordcr Hill' office the action re
ported above was taken.
The application ofW. M. Houston
for policeman and J. V. Usher for
night-watchman were read. Sub
ject to the approval of the Council
Mayor Coc appointed J. !. Kelly
officer for day service and J Doyle,
of Shaniko, for night service, to
hold office until the next rcgulur
monthly meeting The Mayor
stated that Mr. Doyle could be
secured for one month for 75, an
II F McFce,tof the railroad con
trading firm of Henry & McFce,
had offered to pay Mr. Doyle 50
per mouth In order to have him
here at Hcud an an officer. Allen
and Seller favored confirming the
appointment of Doyle, while Oneil,
Kelly, Culdwell und Auue were op
posed to securing nil outside man,
The upjxiiulmcut of J. li. Kelly
Marshal Kelly's Iwnd for $500
with A. C. Lucas and II. II. Dav
ics an bondsmen, wus accepted.
The Mayor's appointment of Frank
Koblson, who has been acting as
night-watchman for the past week,
was confirmed by the Council.
II. J, Overturf presented a peti
tion sinned by more thun 30 per
cent of the voters asking for a spe
cial election to vote on a proposed
city extension. Upon motion the
Mayor uppointcd Sellers, Allen and
Kelly a committee to report on the
petition. The prooscd enlarge
ment would include the larger part
(Continued on page i.
Like to feel that in bringing their busi-,
ncss to a bank they are helping to build
it up; in other words they are giving
something for what they receive. We
want you to feel that way toward us.
We Are Growing
GROW WITH US. We wont your ac
count want to make ourselves useful to
you in anything pertaining to finance
and we can handle it with profit to you
and to ourselves.
Bonking & Trust Company
Of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People"
LIOMT FIXTURES COME
Pipe fur Arc ((rackets Now Pump Is
A thosnnd feet of 1 tf -inch iron
pipe, ordered NovciiiIh-t 1st, 'litis
just arrived for the Ilcnil Water,
Light cNt Power Co. Much of it
will be lined in the making of
brackets for the street nrc lights,
which were contracted for by tin
city two mouths ago. The arcs
uud full equipment arc oil hand
uud ready lor installation. Pres
ident Kobertson says they will be
it) opcrtitlou next week. The de
lay in Installing the brackets,
which are to he 14 feet ill length
nud of cciul design, was due to
the fuct llmt the kind desired could
not be found cither in Portland or
Seattle. They now will be made
The centrifugal pump for the
city water system is being installed.
It hs a capacity of 500 gallons per
minute and will tc connected by
belt direct with the main shaft ol
the water wheel. It can be oper
ated by electric motor, li it becomes
Adolf Snyder Does Not See Necessity
Adolf Snyder was shot through
the calf of the left leg by Gus Zu
luiucy at the BiggerstafT saloon on
lioud street Monday night. The
shooting resulted from Snyders re
fusal to dance when ZuUlucy order
cd him to do so. The two men
had been drinking together during
the evening, and the gun used was
token from a satchel the latter bad
in the saloon preparatory to retiring.
From the testimony at the pre
liminary hearing before Justice
Orcutt this morning, it appeared
thst'lhe shooting was not (mention
al, It being Zulainey's idea to have
a little fun with Snyder.
Snyder is now confined at the
hospital, but his condition is not
Married at Catholic Church.
Miss Annie May Marshal of
Iiend, rtnd William IJuchesrc ol
North Yuklma, Wash , were mar
ried at the Catholic Church on Sat
urday, Fr. Luke Slicchan offici
ating. They expect to tuke a short
trip to the groom's home, and up
on returning will make their home
on a farm cast of Ik ml.
County Campaign lixpenses.
The expense of candidates fot
county ofhecs in the recent elec
tion have been filed. Sheriff Bal
four expended f 169 35 in his prim
ary ptd general election campaign
ing, John Kd wards is out f 80 50
und A. J. Coultci 62.40.
WAR HIS TALK
J. I. WI:STAI)DKI;SSESA.I:fiT
INU SUNDAY BVENINU.
Interesting llxperlences In Unys of '61
Told to V. I. S. C. II. Audience
Mrs. Thotup'on mil Others
Talk of (Jreat Men.
The Young Peoples' Society of
Christian Kudenvor met Sunday
evening at the Haptist Church,
(here being about 70 present.
Robert I lines rendered two violin
solos which were very well received
Mrs K. M. Thompson gave a very
interesting talk on "The Greatest
Lives " Many of the members
spoke on famous men, and the
talks all proved to be most interest
J. I West gave a talk on his ex
perience during the Civil War,
dwelling at length on the battle ol
Stone River and life at I.ibby and
Andcrttonville prisons. Mr. West
wus engaged in the battle on New
Year's day, 1U63, uud his account
of :hc trials and Mruggles endured
by the Union urmy wus given very
The account of what he endured
during the 17 mouths he was con
fined In the AmlcrMJiiville prison
was very interesting, ami the
numerous schemes contrived bv
the Yankee prisoners to secure
I00.I proved to be very amusing
He dwelt at length on the priva
tions and distress caused by the
failure of the commanders to agree
upon terms for the exchange of
The meeting next Sunday eve
ultig at 6 will be in chnrge of Mrs.
Churles Nhwonger. The subject
for the evening will he "The Law
of Prevailing Prayer," Mark 11.
TO MAKE BEND HOME
Sanford Schultz May Alovo Here Ue
fore Many Months.
It is probable that Mr. and Mrs
Sanford Schultz, with their family,
two daughters and a son, will move
to Hend from their present home on
the Shaniko road near the foot of
the Cow Canyon grade. Mr
Schultz and his daughters made
sevcrul trips to Beod in their auio
last summer, being here during the
Fourth of July celebration, and
liked the town so thoroughly that
they have about decided to make
their home here, probably next au
tumn or winter.
During the heavy travel to the
interior last fall the Schultz's re
port that they had stopping with
them, for meals, as high a daih
average, for several weeks, as 60
They think there will be a similar
immigration Hendward this spring,
even before the railroads are in op
tpIFTEEN hundred dollnrs worth of goods
shipped to Turpin & Whitsett, which were
for the Christmas trade, hut which were de
layed on account of being in the collision when
the steamship Beaver run into and sank the
harge Selia, off Point Reyes, Cal., on Nov. 25,
1010. What the Insurance Company loses
the people of Mend will gain, for we will put
this entire shipment on sale commencing
Monday, January 10, 1011, for two weeks. .
In this shipment were:
50 Dozen Men's Hose
25 Dozen Underwear
30 Dozen Suspenders
10 Dozen Blankets and Comforters
30 Dozen Pants of All Kinds
10 Dozen Wool Shirts, 10 Dozen Dress Shirts
5 Dozen Sweater Coats
Special Shipment of Men's Corduroy Pants.
Come in and look these goods over.
Gent's Furnishing Co.
FI LOSS LARGE
PILOT BUTTfi STABLE BURNS
Monday Morning Ufaze line $-(,500
Damage Pilot llutlo Inn Threat
ened by Flames Trouble with
Hydrant arid frozen Hose.
The Pilot Butte I.ivcry Stable
on the north end of Wull Street
was totally destroyed by an carl)
morning lire on Monday. Al
though three men were steeping in
the twice the blaze was not discov
ered until it had gained such head
way that it was impossible for the
building to Ik saved.
The property destroyed was
jointly owned by J. Snow Par-
uiiutcr ami II. J. Overturf The
los of buildings is estimated at
$2500, with $500 insurance. The
loss in harness, wagons and four
horses burned, aggregates about
$2000, half of that amount being
covered in insurance by Fred Van
Matre, the proprietor. Thanks to
a favorable wind the Pilot Butte
Inn, closely adjacent, wus saved
The cottage occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Van Matte, though badly
scorched, was saved after a hard
The blaze was discovered on the
street floor of the barn, the wall be
tween the office and the barn being
a solid sheet of flames when the
men got out of the office. George
Oneil, John Hlder and R. A. Mc
Gillvruy were in the office asleep,
and the smoke nud neighing of the 1
hor.scs awakened the latter, whr
immediately summoned Fred Var
Matre, the proprietor of the stable-
Of the 30 horses in the barn, 2
were taken out. Four of the six o
the muiu floor had to be abam
oned to the flames. Blankets c
two of the horses rescued from tl
upper stalls were ablaze when tbi
were led out. The cause of tl
fire has uot been determined. '
II. Foley, who wired the buildir
for electric lights, tit.'is that tl
blaze could uot have started by
cross-circuiting of wires, because '
found the fuse in the transform
intact, and had there have beet
"shorting" of the current it wot
have bunted out. Mr. McGillvr
says that there was no fire in t
office stove at aiiduight when t
The hose wagon had to
brought down from the huse hor
on Minnesota St., near Lava Koj
and when the first line was a
uected it was found that one .
lion of the ho.c had been frs
and it had to be taken out. i
other grave difficulty ciicouhU
by the fire-fighter.s, was
fact that in connecting up
bote at Wall and GrecuwQ....
and in turning on the vu-fc
the screw was turned out ot 4'tht
plug. It was necessary to turu off
the pump ns well ns the reservoir
vnlve In order to reduce the pres
sure on the valve so that the water
ould be stopped. Because of these
two mishaps considerable delay
was experienced in attacking the
Neither Mr. Van Matre nor the
owners of the lots where the stables
stood have announced any plans.
FRANCHISE FOR WIEST
Water and Electric franchises In
Wfestorla and Center Addition.
At the recent session of the
County Court at Prineville, L. D.
Wiest waB granted water and elec
tric franchises covering all of Wies
tori., and part of Center Addition.
The water franchise, beside Wies
toria, applies to 71!., 8th and 9th
streets in Center Addition. The
terms of the franchi.se require that
construction upon the system be
bgun before January 1st, 1912
The electric franchise applies to all
streets, alleys and public grounds
in WieMoria and all streets and
avenues in Center Addition north
of Hawthorne Ave. It is not only
for lights, but telephone and electric
street railroads. Construction must
lie inaugurated before January tst,
"There pem to be itronf; belief that
the OrcKon Trunk Line, now bulMlnK
Into Central Oregon, tvllh (lend its
termini!, will be extended on south to
l,akcvirvr, the county seat of t.VeCoun.
tr ami tne busiucM and hiioimf center
of the Gootc,l.ake dUtrlCL"
A1EET AT REDA10ND
lo Water Users Associations May
Combine and Expand.
Representatives of the Bend C
O. I. Water Users' Association
met with the Rcdmoud Water
corporation i J. C. Vcazie, or the
Portland firm of Veazie & Veazie.
which uct as tlie attorneys for the
Deschutes Lumber Co.
i :. str -mz "vc -
lU'vLJSi Vlfffi? Vl$P?VJ3'J
The First National Bank
OP BEND, BEND. OREGON
Or U. O. COC. Pr.lld.nl e A. 8ATHBU. Vic Pr.tld.nt
O. S. HUDSON, C.hl.r
Capital ritltr paid ... 155.000
8lockhold.lV liability S38.0O0
Surplui . . . ss.ooo
Lost year, perhaps, you turned over a nice,
clean sheet and headed it "More money saved
iu 1910." How did you come out? If not as
well as you expected, try it agatu in 1911, If
you are satisfied with your profits, why not
head the new leaf for 19 tt "Keep up the
record for 1910"?
We do not have to tell you that we will assist,
you in every way possible in your banking busi
ness in the New Year our new leaf is headed,
"More and better banking service for 1911."
ENTHUSIASTIC AlEETINd HELD
O. M. Patterson lilrcted President,
and It. J. Overturf Secretary-
Meeting Tomorrow Night
Mall Delays Discussed.
At the meeting of the Commer
cial Club held Thursday evening
in the Club rooms the following of
ficcrs were unanimously elected for
the ensuing year:
President O M. Patterson.
Vice-President A O. Hunter.
Secretary H. J. Overturf.
Treasurer C. M. Redfield.
Directors, G. P. Putnam, J. N.
Hunter, R M Smith.
The meeting was 'the most en
thusiastic ever held, there being
over 40 members present. Plaus
for the year's work were discussed,
and President Patterson will ap
point committees to take up the
various phases of work in which
the Clnb expects to become active.
J. E. Sawhill of The Meadows,
was elected Secretary on the first
ballot, but retiring President
Forbes stated that as Mr. Sawhill
was not a member of the organiza
tion the election was invalid. Af
ter much parleying H J. Overturf
was nominated and the Secretary
was instructed to cast the vote for
Upon the suggestion of Frank
Robertson, the Secretary was in
structed to communicate wiih the
Division Postoffice superintendent
at Portland in regard to the delay
in railroad mail. All mail to ant
from Bend is now held over a day
The Club will meet tomorrow
evening at 8 iu its room 00 Wall
ALLEN'S COWS DROWN
I m t M
Uitlc River lea Proves Too Thin fur
Two of C. B. Allen's finest milk
cows were drowned in the Little
River, which Qows through Mr.
Allen s rancu, "MeadowbrookV'
list Wednesday night. Evidently
ibey were attempting a midnight
jkatjing party, but the ice was a
oil oo inin wnn consiuernoic
difficulty Messrs. Allen and Van
fdevert got the carcasses out of the
river and skinned them Vandc
jrtrt's bounds are having beefsteak
three times a day now.
CtrterMits Klamath Irritation Projrct
The report of Senator Carter,
cliirmun of the Senate irrigation
committee, states that the Klamath
9ject never should have pcen uu-
aken by the oovernmeut, ana
,inates mar, cros irauas nave
been perpetrated in the purchase of
private canals. The management
of the Reclamation Service is at
-In-UrHAIUUrtl'rcsident) JrW.-MASTIWS, (Vice PrcsIdcnTf
P. 0. MINOR, (Secretary)
I.. II. I1AIKD, X'. O. MINOR, S. V. I1AIRD.
U. C COU B. A. SAT1IER C. S. HUDSON 2JR
V. P. SMITH II. C. BLMS fi $y