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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1911)
MAP OF OREGON SHOWING GENERAL ROUTE OF PROPOSED BEND-BURNS STAGE AND AUTO LINE.
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The proposed Bend-Burns
around Hampton Butte to the
AIMS PARTICULARLY AT
PropoMS A State Board of Forestry
Slashings to Be Burned And
Logged off Land Careful
House BUI No 50, read January
l6tu, and nut yet acted upon, a flee Is
II interested in Central Oregon's
It provides for a State Board of
Forestry of seven members: the
Governor, tbe head of O. A. C.
forestry school and five electors.
This board shall appoint a State
Forester and a deputy. He shall
execute all matters pertaining to
forestry within the jurisdiction of
When additional fire wardens are
required in special time of need,
one-third of the expense shall be
paid by the county within which
the work is done.
Sections of the p'opesed bill oi
particular importance are, in part,
"Any and all inadequately protected
foreit or cut-over laud adjoining, lying
near, or intermingled with other forett
land and covered wholly or iu part by
Inflammable debrla or otberwhe likely
to further tbe spread of fire is hcreb)
declared to be a public nuisance and
whenever the State Porester shall learn
thereof he shall notify tbe owners ol
said land, requesting them to take proper
steps for Its protection and advising
them of means and methods to that end.
During tbe period between June 1st
and October 1st, which Is hereby deslg
nsted the closed season, it shsll be un
lawful for any person to set ou fire any
slashing, chopping, wood land or brush
laud, either bis own or the property of
another, without written or printed per
million from a fire warden.
Any person who builds a camp fire
upon lands within this State, not bis
own, without clearing the ground im
mediately around It, free from material
which will carry fire, or who leaves
(hereon camp fire burning and uuat
(ended, or who permits a camp fire to
spread thtrcou, shall be punished by a
fine of not less than twenty-five ($15)
dollar, nor more lh.au five hundred
All pewofl, firm at corporations en-
stage route follows the general course of the dotted line extending from Bend to Vale, with the exception That it swings
south. Egli, where it is proposed to establish a U. S. Land Commissioner, lies to the southwest of Hilcy some HO miles.
gaged in logging, or permitting logging
upon their lands, in this State, slia.l
each ear burn their annual Uhing, by
which is meant the topi ami inflammable
refute left 'after lumbering, thut may
carry fire or cause it to spread,
Any person not emploved ami com
peiiMted as a fire warden who .lull lc-
ect any one violatlug any of the pn
Utnii of this act, ami .lull furnloh In
formation leaillug to the arrest and con
victiou of such person, shall, upon hi
conviction, receive one-nail ol the line
will by such person so convicted."
Large fines with optional im
prisonment, nre provided fur failure
to comply with the provisions of
the proposed bill.
A section provides that count)
commissioners may appropriate
money for forest protection. Tbe
iili tHii.t .or .111 appropriation from
1 lie stale trcisuiy of $100,000.
Tha Pajima Girl.
When cold winter night romo the
(mall girl and tirr aimill brother, loo.
will be anxious to dinner their tin
.t'rle underwear for pa Jama sulfa of
fajamm for girl ore cut exactly
Ike those the boy wear, but the rna-
FlilUlB or PRfK ThlKKKU.
9aaxt ' mmmum
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erlals are daintier In coloring and
flen In weave. The pretty ult een
n tbe cut 1 made from duckllru;
leece, a kind of floweed tlnnnel which
very attractive and wnvhe vplendld
y. The (leece Is patterned with
Mother Qoonif flsures, und the ground'
vork Is a fascinating shade of pink.
Mother who approve of silk under,
veur und can afford uch luxurleu for
heir children a silken pajamas have
lovely selection of nulls from which
o choose. Many of these models are
of quilted llk embroidered In oriental
Tha Lovt Story and Good Deeds
of tha Formar Quean of Portugal.
tub ronusn qdken or ronrvakL.
The last few year have been 11 n
happy one Indeed for' the lovely mid
good Amclle, tho former Ueen of
I'ortugal. A every one knouM, her
bURband, King Carlo, and the cruv.11
prince were nsanlnnted wlillo olic
wa drfrlng with them In Iho treeiH
of Lisbon In 1008, The exrmlnloii re-
i-cntli-of heron. KinL.Miiiiiii.i ni..in.. ,
royal family from Portugal when the !
rnouarchlal government vviih replatisl ,
by that of a republic Is another blltei
blow to this much tried womnn.
Queen Amelle, tho daughter of the
Comto do I'arls, vva brought up In
l?nfflnnff In Hi nifrw.u. ult..ll.lw
Itoyal union nre not always love
moicuci, 11 ui me marriage of King
Carlos and Queen Amello was an ei
ceptlon. There Is n pretty story about
this royal courtship, It seems the
then Duko of Nragatiza was distinct,
ly dllllcult to please In the choice of
11 wife. One day 11 ortnill of Princes
Aroolle d'Orlenii was placed In his
way as If by accident, and the duke
was Immediately fascinated. Personal
acquaintance increased the attraction,
and eventually tho young couple wore
married nt Lisbon In 1 83d. The mar
Hugo proved a happy one, for tho roy)
pair were as devoted to each other
on the day nf the king' death a In
the first years of their union,
Until recently Queen Amello wn
much beloved by the peoplo of her
adopted country. Khe studied modi
clue so as to understand hospltnl vrork
and general nursing and wu tintlrlna
In her efforts to Improro tho public
health. Tho higher education of worn-j
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I en enlisted her wnnnent upport, and
stie wni never happier than when go
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Queen Amello was considered the
bit gownetl of royal women, nml she
U n born milliner. In the palace there
was a mom net npart where hat and
iMinnet were continually In coume
of construction, mid thereby hangw n
Once while out itrlrltig In the strectH
of Lisbon ho observed n large crowd
surrounding some object. The queen
Rent the footman to see what wa the
matter, and when he reMirted that n '
young womnn had fainted alio Imuiedl
ntely left her cnrrlage ami had the
unooimclouR girl taken to a uelgh
lorlng hop mid personally attended
her professionally. The queen had the
young womnn removed lo her own
home, had Inqulrle inn do nbout her
and learned the ioor girl' history
She wun n milliner and. hnvlng failed
to get employment, had ventured to
undertake work on her own nrcouiii
for the support of herxelf and her In
vnlld mother, but with no little sue
ceNM that rIiv wn nearly starved.
Queen Amelle Rent nt oni'o Rome nee
pnrlei mid lomiiiiiuded the girl's
preRenep ut the (wlnee. Mere sho re
eelvrd her In Ihe workroom mid hand
ed 1 he iKir milliner tliri- iHinnets of
her own creation. "Tuko Untie an
iikhIoIs, call them 'bonnetN Amelle'
and tell your customers ihey nro made
lifter the queen' own fashioning"
Her majedty wore henielf one of the
Identlcul bonnet mid commanded her
Indie to do likewise. Within two
months the once Mturrlng girl could
take larger premlsot mid today U her
elf an employer of over "00 women.
What Dr. Madison Patera Say.
Our president were largely accl
dent, culled from Ihe plnln people
They made gooil a a rule. Almost
any American can be 11 king. Our
American women ro unoxpceiedly call
' ,0 necomP"', hi preRlilenta to tho
if Milt; i.uunu iiiiiiiiii.'ij iiii-iiinviwi.
with a aoiuo of fltnest. Hhowlug thai
any American girl run be 11 queen.
.Men's prejudice come from the head
and may be overcome; the prejudice
ot. """"'" "'.r!," from ,,,u ,u'"rt nm
A a rule, the fisherman with the
bust halt cutchex the biggest fish, hut
sometimes a hnsty woman, like 11
greedy trout, nwullows 11 hook with
nothing on It.
"Whut part of speech Is woman?"
asked a boy of his father, He answer
m1. "Khe Is no part; she Is tho whole
of It." Hupposlng that the man was
right In allotting to the woman a manl
fold proportion of talkativeness, tnauy
men must have Inherited their moth
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Big Reduction in
Come soon and make
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goods will not last
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prices put on them.
A. L, PRBNCII, Prop.
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to make ihe wet wood burn.
Take n load nnd try it. Drop
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