H to 4 , ' i ii T5 NO SNOW IN BEND LAST SUMMER Kill there Is now niul tlie heavy clolli hiK that you need to keep you warm Is here. We have a "wireless" from Doc. Cook saying the weather up there Is like this here. This Is your chance to get wlnler weather tfootls at ridiculously low prices. Corduroy slurp- lined overcoats, i'2 in. loiitf, $15 Value, Reduced io $11.00 Cordurov coat, wombat collar, a f;ood coat, $11 Value, Reduced to $8.00 Corduroy coat, sheep lined, extra well made, $7 Value, Reduced to $5.00 Conlurov coal, sheep lined, !..)() C A A value, i educed to WO.VV Reversible leather-eorduroy coats . .. $5.00 Mackinaws $4.50 to $7.00 Wool underwear, ood quality, per garment $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 Why I'ny Mro when those Imrgnns can ho hntl at the R. M. Smith Clothing Co. Everything to Wear for Alen Who Care. Columbia River Bridee at Celilo 111 M.m Opened January tn. From January 7th, 11)12, thu wonderful brldgu of the Oregon Trunk Hy across tho Columhln River nt Colllo KiiIIh will lxi in service nnd TrainsRun Through via Oregon Trunk Railway Between Cent. Oregon and Portland v FASTER TIME. Train li-aung Bend ll.HO n. M. will arrive at Portland nt .' 'M in . instead of i:00 p. m.; . Direct connection Mt J'allbridxe with thrnuKli train fur SHikaiie, St. Paul and Chicago. leaving Portland U:W a. m., train will arrive at Bend at S:lfi p. in., itwtimd of 8:f p; in. TickoUi Hold thrnuKli t M)int in thu Kant, Northwatt and California. Detail will lie furnlalicd on ruquoat. W. B. COM AN Cen'l. I-'roight nnd Piuw. Agt Portland, Ore. J. II. fOKIIETT.AKt. Ilend, Ore. Announcement J 1 MING IM OS DEVELOPAIENT ASSO CIATION FORMED V. It. OwmIoHI (ii liilllil Hotel nt llllMlltl lllMCUhlllllll Klllll AImi CitlHK In KflllciH Have I'm1 ol l.lbi-Hiy. IMJ'KUIAU Jan. ft. -Tho major Ity of th trttaVnta of Hampton Vt ly haw Jtiliu-U I)iiimImi (uavtbar lor ti njal uiitiulldlHK and tla elotfiMpnt nf "Oi valloy anil lm SALE OF OPT DNS itilMfWt iijur fi Valley fiilfl! fl a rhurter (or th Damp tfni valley DtvHtopniviK Asaoelailoa. Ivan Knotta lias bwn clioaen mi irwItliL l( V. Vulm haa Jtfal eompletml it four-room Mttafa nnl a blaeVamlih . atn), which will iki nceHptml y a 1 niat-rlaaa lilarkamllh a mm a tb 1 weather ,rmlt hla moving hum fium 1'ortlanil. It. W. Volgt lll now ronotrurt lor hltnair a mo4rn bulltllug which h will uw aa a nwat market. A meat market la very Itatllr ntiiil In tlila locality autl Mr. VoIki'h iimw venture will li ttttlouiuml with m- lIlMftlUMH. ,IhwiIi HUli) bra nimiriRtiMn) tlw construction of ii two-story atoro liulldliiK mill will-carry n lrnt and rompleio stock of khiiithI murclimi illio. .Mr. IlUby Ih ii wimlthy iner olmnt of Xmvliurx, Ore. He In alao nreetliiK a lame barn hiiiI mrnKi. V It. Crnufciril. whu lm recently liurclmm'il 6ointlilurnlilo iroxrty In lleiul. will oli IiokIii work on IiIh iikkIiti) tietel ImllilliiK at Imporlal Mr. Crnwforil Iuim alrondy llnliiheil Ilia barn, which will lm run n it livery nml fcoil malile In voniiectlun with the hotel. A plan In on foot to erect n moilerti ImllilliiK hvre to liu iihimI for achoul, church ami IHirary purw)to, niul liberal- contrlliutlima tmve nlrvndy lntMi jiIciIkpiI- A. M. Inrn and It. M. Kinlth of llt'iid Imvo each tdedKod 1000 fiit of luinlicr. Sherman Mont- (toliicry linn iiIimIkcU 100x100 feet of around nnd 1000 fevl of luiulivr; Ivan Kiiotta Iuim tilt-dici'd the ImulliiR of fiOOO feet of luinlicr. nnd various other munller contrllmtlona Imvo U-cn offered. More luiulier la need ed nnd n h tint purpose la nn excellent one and the majority of -the aetUero feel that they can kIvo work but can apnro little or no money, niothliiK tlmt will help out will be gladly re ceived. A free library ban been established nt Imperial nnd now linn over ISO ImhiKh. many of which are the latest nnd most impiilar uorka of Mellon Hooka on ilo-fnrinlnK or any par Jtlrular line of htudy will bo nocuml, If not already on hand. Theiie IxNika , may b taken by any wttlur and ktit three ueka. There la alMi n lame Inuniiutr of old luaKailiuM which may I taken and raturnml. Tlwre la no i barge of any kind connected with Ihla library. lniixnihli carda may lw had free iimn appllratlon. Huerman Montaomery la offerlna durlna January a Mix 100 (wit lot fre to earh and etery Mrm who will erect a bulldlna on It. It ftt $lti n thouaaud ft to haw luiulier hauled from Ihtnd to Imperial. When the eaat and woat Hue of railroad In buflt, the mine) of which iwiweH throiiKh Imperial, thla hnulliiK-vxpeHM will be areatly redurml. There are only about half a iloiou homixiteada within tr. lulled of Im pel Inl which lire still open to nottleiUQiit. vazaor The United Warehouse Company HAS secured the fontnicl to hnndle nil the freight of tho Oregon Trunk und Deschutes Iluilroiids at Dend. The Moody system nt Shnniko will be em ployed, nnd merchants of Hend nnd interior towns will get their shipments without inconven ionee. Have your freight eou signcd in care of iycv 9 R e United Warehouse Company W. H. BENTLEY, Manager. Uend, Oregon. U. OF O. ENROLLMENT In Ardemle llepnitmeut Thert Are (i:t(l StiideiitH nt Pit'M'iit. KUOKNK Twonty-elKht countleB of tho state nnd IS atntea of tho Union are reprcupnted In the pres ent registry In atrlctly colleclnte briiuchea of the University of Ore gon. Mnlluomnli county by big odda lends the Hat with nn entry of 170 resident atudeiitR, l.nue, the home county, being second with 153. WiiHhlngtou, California, Idaho and Mlnuesntn, with 14, i. B nnd 7, foapectlvely, have sent tho Imgost Htute delegatlona. The count) repienentntlvee mo niiportlonod In 'the following nuin- liera: linker, in; lleutou, J; Clnekniniis, K; Clutwip. li; Colum bia, 1; Coos, 10; Cionk. A; DouhIuh. 11; milium, 1; Huriiey, S; Hood Itlvor, t Jaekwin, 17, Jeeephlue, ; Klainuth, 10; I .huh. 1&3; l.lun, 21; Mnlhour, 2; Marlon, 28; Mul noiiiHh. 170; Polk, 11; Tillamook, 6; I'matlllu. KS; Union, IK; Wal low a. :i; Wiim'o, 7; WuMhlngton, -I; Wheeler, 1; Vamhlll, 13. The total of 03(1 dooa not repro HOitt thu complete roKUtrutlou nt tho t'nhoiiitty, Including tho i elat ed hriiuehoH of iuuhIo, corroapond ence, law nnd medicine .Tho recoid from theso dopmtmuntu will be giv en In thu seml-nununl Htnteiuunt to the board of regenta, who meet lu Kugone Jnnunry 1G. Or the 030 bo fur reported, .UO nro ineu nnd 280 women Btuuouta. ' nkw 10 BE STOPPED ACTION TAKEN IN LA PINK CASE. Ncnolutlon Introduced by (lovernur llrlnga Up Itclio of Old Dlnpute He- t ween J. It. ntoraon and West In- formntiori Is to He I'urnhhcd, SiM.KM, Jan. r,. -An oeho of the fainoua WwUMoWmhi controversy of laat July lefor the Dewrt lirul Umn came up tixlay, accomrmnle! Iiy an anireiit apllt amonK mine of Qui moinbora of Uie boanl anl re- atiltlnK finally In the aaniKe of nt , resolution intnxiuceil ly Governor I tVd.1 1,1 wttlfili ,1m tiltitrnav Hunitrul U InatrAiclil to take stejat either to oomiwl Um Deacliutea Ijtnd Com Mtny to quit HinK opHona or. in event till cannot Iw accomplihel, ' to HUrt prceeIlnK turMlink' toward thu tenninntlon of that company's contract with the atntc. The Doecliutea Ijind Company's project , of which J. E. Moraon la the head, in located near I-n i'inc and includuH over a 1.000 acres. The matter originated todny when Governor Wont called upon the board to show where Moraon had agreed to a demand of the board to fur nish all information aa to sale of options. Treasurer Kay had re ceived n statement from Morson along thodc lines, but the trouble between thu Governor and Morson at the meeting of last July which nearly resulted in a fist fight, had left the executive and tho head of the company on no friendly terms and as a result it was charged that thu information was not sent offic ially to the board. Demand by Moraon Hurts. The fact that a demand was made by Monson as well that the infor mation lie kept private and noj be disseminated publicly caused the Governor further to make the de mand today. In this respect the board decided not to accept the in formation received and to ask for further information that could be used us public mnttor. Govornor Wost also declared that the wile of optionB must coase. State Tretwurer Kay saiil he would back the Govornor up in thin move, rnl he deaired to explain his attitude "The Governor boltovo there has lieen a violation of the contract," mid the state treasurer, "and has so1 expressed himsolf frequently. As far as 1 am cuncornod 1 do not agree with him as to a violation of the ' contract. It seems to be the con scn.sus of opinion among attorneys with whom I have discussed the mutter that tho contract la not be ing violated In selling options and that wo have no legal recourse. Yet, if there is a cause of action I be lieve it should be taken up through tho courts." Crawford Only Votes No. Attorney General Crawford was the only member of tho board vot ing "no," Secretary Olcott voting with tho Governor, but not explain ing his voto. Tho attorney general explained his voto by declaring ho was satis fled that there had been no viola tion of tho contract; that in his ab sence Attorney Dristol, of Portland, hnd advised the board that thcro hnd been no violation and that lie as uttornoy gonoral agreed with Bris tol thoroughly; that there, had been no evidence of sales of land or evi dence that settlers hud ever been on the land or wore on tho land now and tlmt ho was further of tho opinion tlmt tho company was act ing well within its rights and that it would bo not only useless, but would bo a doti intent to tho state to tako tho step proposed. "1 beliovo tho Desert Land Hoard would bo placing itself in a position whure it would bo retarding tho growth of tho stato and interfering with its' proporty," ho said. GovernoriWest in making his statement declared. thatJio believed tho contract forbids the eaten of such options; tlmt If it docs not it is nevertheless wrong nnd places the settlor in nn uncertain nnd un safe position and that It should be stopped or the contract forfeited, Pull Information Comlnc Full In formation m to tho com pany and ita affairs will be secured aa completely m oMlhle nnd im mediately turned over to the attor ney general for him to Uike thu nti'fm tot out in the resolution. The uetin of th aulrldoncy of thu $.141,000 iKinil under which the company W ojHTatiuK also aroao ami a new bond will be called for, It lie ing NMtertcd that the bond is not a suroty bond, but is signed as a per sonal Iwnd and includes among the guarantors Morxon's father-in-law. American Uakery bread ntid pastry for solo at The Palm. ftfitf HOTOS? r P I J "0 I Scents for the Sensible I wmm mr- WE have a charming assort ment of delicious and high-grade Perfumes for my lady's dressing-table sec n ta that have a subtle charm that endures and does not fade away in a night; as some of the cheap er brands do. And in Per fumed Soaps for the Hath and Toilet we have many kinds, but ' only of the best and most fra grant sorts. Powders for the teeth and complexion all high grade goods that will please the most exacting Miss. Try Hbelma Queen of pcrfuntco. Patterson DrugCo. lbs WHITE IS KING The BEST nil-round Family Sewing Machine that can be produced. Made in bothi RO TARY & VIBRATOR styles. The rotary makes both Lock and Chain stitch. The latest up to the minute steel attachments with each ma chine. Sold on easy payments. Send name and address for our beautiful H. T. catalogue tree. White Sewing Machine Co. 14G0 Market Street San Francisco, California. STEVENS The STEVENS To. 33S Double Tiarrtl Ilammcrless Shotgun I $lroHgtt wluri? otliirK'iniarv ttttilnl. The bar rel uiul biKfc are ilrop-furKeil in one jdeco of hij;b rtsurv ktix 1, iliokv bored for nitro jiowikr with niktUtl rib, I'U k up thin irun nml frl ttir twktni-? of It- rHlilM- Ow workuie lurU Iom ly kimI m' tin- Mik' are mul I1111.I4 of ilrUil-)ou will M) ll'n u nmor. II IUU nt oulr SS0.00 nml will bo kirtl WtitfiLl illr, t Otiltl lhc ( tut) ih m WM cil r tin V I ,1 IftJMVfMl u uir 9 vFfJf V If- Sfe t. wm Avimi ifltut ,VnT .1 TVlll Vb If IMW Attl Ut V 4-llul ., ntll vJ.STIVtllJ ARMS a mm rnMUNY 5 : ro,tlaxW3 Harlngymtr portrait natl Is n duty you owe tli family, frftndt ami ywtr-wlf. We have a oaruftitly e IscUmI lltw of Iwsty akl un-toitit mounts Ut chooto from. o With our new cabinet mhI equipment there's tto tk too dark or hour to late. 0 STIH IN ami make an piointmnt. o Cbc QcwarD IRobtDcau Shoe RlqfPAIRING First Class Work S1 of all kinds done promptly. G. F. HURT Wall Btreet, Bend, Ore. TINNING OF ALL KINDS DONE BY John A. MacCIoskey Bend, Oregon. Give us a trial and be convinced. s FIRE!! FIRE!! The Wood That will make you warm is the wood you buy of Qarter. KNOT WOOD $3.50 a load BLOCK WOOD $4.50 a load I will haul to town every day from now on. Watch for me! I am coming! F. M. CARTER THE WOOD -MAN. u u KEEP YOUR CLOTHES CLEAN! See H. G. RAINEY TAILORING. CLEANING, PRESSING. Oregon St., BendOre. H. P. SMITH Plain nnd Ornamental PLASTERING Flue Building. Bend, Ore r Irmla lMvlfa ail 1 i -I 'I Hn IhJ ir rltl fu tu.ii.1 sntali I fc -t I av t lintoai ADit dt tvripUoq for FRCB SEARCH an4 rr.M nA'vvuYa mm n rniiTHMBS tew you. OurfrwUH' vi I Ihow I;t UUvvut uJ mv yoa uwajr to tuJAjr. D. SWIFT & GO. PATCtlT LAWVCRB. 1303 Seventh St., Wsahlnaton, D.C.