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The bend bulletin.
I'KNI). ORF.GON. WKDNKSDAY. OCT 4. 191 J.
OCCUPANTS HAVE RI2
S. (). Johnson of San Francisco Only
One ut Five Whu U llurt-Steerlnir
dear Itroak and Car Crashes Into
Juniper Tree at Cllne Falls.
Going lit it rato of about 30 miles
nn liuur, an automobile In which
were five iK.'nplu Hiniuihed into a
juulH!r tree yesterday afternoon
near C'lltio Fulls ami wan wrecks!.
Thtj accident wan emmed hy the
steering gear breaking. S. 0. John
win, a wealthy tlmliormnn of San
Francisco, wan the only Him hurt,
tho i-hcaiHJ of tho othurH liclng re
markable. When the tree wan Htruck tho
auto turned over. Mr. Johnson
wiui in tho middle sent of Uio tour
Ing car and having nothing to hold
to wax thrown out and the machine
fell on hint. 1 1 In right ankle wan
Imdly lirulM.il hut no bones were
hroken. Tho otherit In tho car were
Mr. and Mm. John K. Ryan of Head,
Miwt Kay llaldwln of Prlnevlllo and
tho driver. Jack Dana. Fortune
favored them and they got oir with
nothing more than a severe jolting.
Mr. Johnson wild hmt night that
the car was Imdly damaged, one
wheel and the front part being de
molished. 'Hie Wmiundy Livery Co.
wax telephoned to wml a car for
the party and Mr. Darby went
Mr. Johnson arrived In Ilend Sun
day with a party of friend ami wa
making a pleasure trip whou the
NEEDS MORE RANGERS
los eminent Will (live t!amlnatlon In
Ilend October i. nnd U.
The United State Civil Service
fommlwilnn nnnuuncoa an examina
tion to lx held at Ilend Oct. 23 and
J I tn wcuro eligible to fill vacan
cies in tho (HMillon of tuwlstant for
iwt ranger In the forest itorvico.
AiMiMtHtit foriMt ranger are (mid an
entrance wtlnry of $1 00Kr nnmtin.
The examination will cotutlst of
HUmUIoiim regarding tho uko of the
forest, Miipplemeuteil by a field text
to ithow the applicant' fitnosw to ilo
the actual work of a ranker, lvdu
cation and exKirience will lie rated
on tho answers to tho questions on
thexo HubjecUt In tho application
form and on the applicant' use of
F.ngllnh In tho written test. Hontea
for tho testa in riding and packing
will lw provided by the forest
Tho examination will bo given by
Forest Sujicrvlsor J. Uoy Harvey,
who expecU a number of jiersons
will take tho examination
O-W. K. &N. PRESIDENT
f.xcursion from mi film.
A private telegram from Ke
atlle ycNterdny Mtiiled tluit W.
D. Cheney wa leaving there
with an exclusion which would
arrive here tonight.
IBEH READY FOR BIG CBflBWl
JURIES CAN'T AGRE
Mistrial (exults Twice In Mueller
Arnold Assault Cae.
Ijwt Thursday William Arnold
made complaint before JuhIIco
Ijiwrcnco charging Alvln Mueller
and Ray McGlllvruy with the crime
of tuwiiult and buttery committed
September 15 at a Hume under con
Ht ruction on the Arnold ditch.
Trial of the cane wa had Friday lie
fore a jury, Vernon A. Forbe np
Maring for the prosecution and J.
I.. Sumrall and II. 11. Stewart for
the defeiiHo. I he jury failed to
agree and a new trial wan had In
the name court yetetday, alo re
Ntiltlng In illKngreement. The
charge wiim dlstiilmed a to Mc
Glllvrny before the firt trial.
It Is allegeil that McGlllvrny and
Mueller went to the Hume where
William Arnold wan working, to
get n "crowder," an Implement
uned in ditch digging, which Arnold
refused to urrendcr liecause of nn
unpaid repair claim he had against
It; that word ensued and Mueller
assaulted Arnold and broke two of
hi rib while McGlllvruy, with an
axe prevented another workman
from niwlnting Arnold.
Tho second trial wa much more
Mplritod than the Unit nnd the zeal
ou attorney were called to order
heveral time. Finally Attorney
Sumrall rvfuned to bit down when
mi ordered by the court nnd wax
fined $10 for contempt.
DEPOT OF BEND ROCK
Redmond lias no .Material Near Home
lliat I Suitable.
Redmond will have a depot made
of I tend Htone. Tho sumples of
the white rock from Hlllman sub
mitted to the railway ooplu were
mil satisfactory, and it wax necex
wiry for Htone to lie secured here.
The Redmond 'City Council ha ap
propriated $1(10 to lie lined in get
ting the rock limited on can here.
J.I. Went Im been given the con
tract. A soon ax the line in xm for
freight tralllc, shipments will be
gin, the road having agreed to haul
tho Mtone free of charge. The Red
mond depot will bo the name site ox
tho one here. 30x90 feet.
GOOD PLAY TONIGHT
James J. Hill and Party Will Arrive
Tomorrow Morning Program for
Two Days is Full of Events.
WKDNKSDAY, OCT. 4.
7 it. m. Reception to party arriving from Hum.
8 p. tn. Illustrated lecture on Good Roads at church.
Sjicukors: I'hll S. I la ten and Mnrhall N. Dana, Portland,
THURSDAY, OCT. G.
'J a. m. Canoe war and log rolling on river, broncho busting
at ball ground.
10 n. m. Parade form nt Wall and Kentucky Streets.
10:!li(ti. tn. I'arade starta.
12 Noon Lunch.
1 p. m. Driving of Golden Spike by Jamei J. Hill and laying
of doiot cornerstone by Carl R. Gray.
2:3(1 p. tn. Addresses by D. O. Lively on Hog Raising and
I'rof. F. L. Kent on Dairying.
8:110 p. m. Hexing contest at LInstcr's Hall.
1 1 a. in. to 1 1 p. in. Moving I'icturex at Star Theater.
FRIDAY. OCT. C.
10 a. tn. Homo Races, Foot Races, Haby Show.
2 p. tn. I'illow Fight, More Ilroncho Busting, Etc.
U::i0 p. m. Football, Bend High School vs. Crook County
1J p. tn. Dance at Linster's Hall.
11 n. tn. to 11 p. m. Moving picture nt Stnr Theater.
Chief Marxhal, Clyde M. McKay.
Vernon A. Forliex, Assistant. U. N. Hoffman, Assistant.
Line of l'arnde. Form at Wall and Kentucky Streets, move
up Bond to Greenwood, Greenwood to Fourth, Fourth to Kir, Kir
to K.vcrgrecn, Kvergreen to Wa.ll. down Wall Ui starting point.
All thoxo who are to take part In parade report to chief
marshal or tuwiHtantx for iiosilions axxlgned.
WHLCOAlli TO ALL.
On behalf of the citizens of
Rend, The Bulletin extends a
hearty welcome to all visitor
to the Railroad Day Celebra
tion. Make yourxelvex at home.
endanger the lives of the riders by
chasing the horses and getting under
The band boys have been practls
ing hard and good music will be
given. Walter Bell has written a
march entitled "Bend Park" which
will be played, as well as the Rail
road Day March.
Danny O'Brien and Bobby Evans,
two of the best lightweights in the
Northwest, will meet in a scheduled
15-round boxing contest at Linster's
Hall Thursday evening. This will
i be the stellar sporting event of the
celebrntion. Both boxers are in fine
I trim, having hod many bouts the
past year. O'Brien has been meet-
I ing the topnotchers at San Kran-
clsco recently nnd has a record of 30
1 battles. EvanB, too, has fought
j throughout the Northwest and Call
J fornia, having engaged in 30 mills,
1 The two men have met each other
three times already. They are here
ready for Ihe contest tomorrow
The referee will be Jim Dough
erty of Redmond, said to be a
splendid ring official. There will be
two preliminary bouts, giving the
fight fans a full program for the
Bend'H groatoxt day thus far I at
hand. Tomorrow and Kridny the
coming of railway, transposition
ny and merrymaking.
Jamox J. Hill, who
will be the
the regular trains horc before to
morrow. Coachox will be brought
up tomorrow to take the Portland
will be commemorated with coromoj people out. Excursionists from
Portlnnd will be brought as far as
Redmond tonight, returning leave
central figure of the celebration, ii here Thursday evening nnd connect
due to arrive tomorrow morning on ing with rogular trains Kridny.
hi xiecial train and about 1 o'clock Social round trip rates were on
will drive the golden spike. Mr' Hill stile yesterday and today, good to
arrived in Central Oregon Sunday. Oct. U, over the Oregon Trunk.
IHinding the night in Prinevillc. He Visitors are already arriving nnd
Intuiiiled going to Burn, but the if the woathor is favorable the indi
I bad weather made it nocowmry to cations are for n big crowd. Every
cancel the trip. Hi revised itinorary thing will be In rendine and n live
i Ix given in the following telegram y program carriod out. The parade
'received by the Commercial Club promises to lie n stiecial feature,
' Reception Committee Will Qladly
1 Serve V l;ors to Uend.
A public information bureau for
Kailronu Day will be conducted nt
' the office of the Oregon Investment
.Co., just north of Lara s store. A
member of the reception committee
1 will be in charge all day the 5th
' and 6th to nid strangers in any way
they can. Complete list of rooming
places compiled. Persous hnving
rooms not yet listed please phone
No. 1. Any aid private families
crn give in providing accommoda
tions for one or more guests will be
J. D. Farrelltobe had of Harrlman
Line Into Ilend
J. I). Knrrell, who has been vlco
president of tho Pugct Sound Lines
of tho Harrlman system, was last
week chosen president of tho O-W.
It. & N. Co. linos, of which tho Dch
chutc Railroad into Bend is a
branch. Mr. Knrroll'u headquarters
will lie in Portland.
Mr. Farrell's duties will includo
HUiwrvlsion of nil local divisions, ax
well ax responsibility for traffic and
It ix understood that J. P.
O'Brien will bo vlco piexldent and
general malinger nnd R. B. Miller
tralllc malinger of tho O-W. R. & N.
Dnlly CliniiKO f I'ltnu.
Tin Stnr Thenter will change itx
J filnm every tiny for tho reat of this
week, having received a largo sup
ply of tho best reels for tho cele
bration. Tomorrow and Friday
there will bo a continuous perform
ance from 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.
You can't got nil tho fun that's
coming to you If you mlsa tho mov
lies Company Will Present "Louisi
ana" at Llmter'a Hall.
The lies Comedy & Dramatic Co.
is hero for a week to play at Lin
ster's Hall. This Is one of tho best
stock companies coming to Bend,
The play for tonight is "Louisinna,"
with ten people in tho cast. There
are four nets, with vaudeville dur
ing tho intormiasions. Popular
prices of 25 nnd f0 cents prevail.
! Monday afternoon
"Hill party leaving for Seattle.
The trip to Buans was abandoned
owing to the bad weather and con
tinued rainfall. Will siend all day
Tuesday in Seattle, mnke the night
trip to Portlnnd, spending all day
Wednesday there. Will leave Port
land Wednesday evening for Bend,
nrriving nt Bend enrly Thursday
morning to participate in festivities,
driving golden spike, otc.
"CARL R. GRAY,
"Pres. Oregon Trunk."
Mr. Hill's special will likely be
run direct into Bend. Owing to
the rough condition of tho track, it I
was not deemed advisable to run
great efforts having been put forth
to mnke it interesting nnd educa
tional. Tho program as given nbovo will
bo carried out, with probably u few
changes made necessary by circumstances.
Tho hotels, cafes and rooming
houses have prepnred for a big
crowd and in addition there will be
lunch counters at various places. In
the Kulks building the Ladies' Li
brary Club will have a rest room for
ladies and will serve tea, wafers
nnd tho like. -
During the horse races Kriday
morning, tho owners of dogs are
naked to tie them up as they would
Oregon Trunk Makes Announcrmrnt
ol Charges From Portland
Advance notice of what merchan
dise rates on the Oregon Trunk
I Railway from Portland to Bend will
be is given in n circular issued a
few dnys ago. Tariffs showing
complete information will be pub-
' llol..wl M ltli,wllil,(nn 2m m .Urn.,
isiivu u uiau luuuuil iij u DJlUi k
The class rates in cents per 100
pounds are as follows:
TYPICAL FREiatiTINQ OUTFIT WHICH TUB RAILWAY TO DEND REPLACES.
BEND' REACHED SAT
Hundred ol Local People Stand In
Rain to Watch Track-laying Work
Construction Force Putting Down
Sidetracks and Y- Rush Ilallastlng
The Oregon Trunk track laying
machine got into Bend Saturday
and the main line was completed
shortly after noon Sunday. A largo
crowd of people stood In the rain
Sunday and watched the interesting
operations. The track has been
laid for about a mile south of the
The camp cars of the track gang
were moved here Monday and will
remain for a week or more, the
men laying the Y and sidetracks
and spiking down rails. There are
about 150 men in the gang.
Three coaches, one Superintend
ent of Construction Rogers' car,
were run up here yesterday.
The temporary depot has been
completed and J. H. Corbett, who
will be agent here, has arrived
from Opal City. The walls of tho
stone depot have been started and
the cornerstone prepared for the
laying tomorrow by President Gray.
It is a large block of pink stone on
which is carved "1911."
The telegraph line is now strung
and messages are being sent over it.
A large welcome arch has been
built across Kir avenue at the edge
of the depot grounds.
Ballasting of the track between
here and Crooked River will pro
ceed rapidly and traffic be started as
soon as possible.
FRAUD CHARGES FAIL
Timber Land Cases Decided In Favor
ol Entrymen By The Dalles Ofllco
A decision recalling the land
frauds in Oregon a fow years ago
wo3 rendered Sept. 18 by The
Dallos land oflice, the casos being
that of the Government against
Sarah E. and Willburn H. Loftin of
Princville. Copios of the opinion
wore recoived here last week by
Vernon A. Korbos, attorney for tho
In Nov., 1902, the defendant
made final proof on timber claims
of 160 acres each in sec. 3-12-18, in
the Blue Mountains region, but
final papers were not issued them.
In 1910 the Government brought
charges of conspiracy against them
alleging that they had conspired
with T. S. Hamilton, a sheep and
cattleman, to get possession of the
land for his benefit. Tho two case
were heard together Feb. 17, 1911,
in Princville and tho evidence taken,
sent to The Dalles land office.
The property involved is vey tal
uable, Mr. Forbes soys, ad the-defendants
will now receivo title to it.
AUTO RUNS, INTO 113AM
An automobile driven by Jim
Van Tyle ran into a team driven by
Mra. R. L. Scoggins of Tumalo Sat
urday about 6 P. M. and broke a.
leg of one of the horses. The ani
mal had to be destroyed. The acci
dent occurred on the fill just west of
tho river bridge this side of Laid
law. The auto was coming from
Redmond and Mrs. Scoggins was
going homo from Bond. It is said
the car was going rather fast ami
could not bo stopped after tho toam
was sighted. The driver said tho
brakos did not work. Mrs. Scoggins,
who is 57 years old, had n narrow
Editor Bulletin: You neonlo of
Bend may depend on tho High Des
ert. Wo will be in for tho celebra
tion and will furnish a sneaker if
High Desert Homesteader,