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THE BEND BULLETIN
I1END, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3, 1912.
TOWN IS STILL
WITH III U I MAYOR
COUNCIL TOOK NO AC
TION LAST NIQHT
Monday HenlKuatrtl aw Cleanup liny.
Hoo Carts to be Placed Down
Town Knglurcr Kuan Make
Report on Hewer Kystcm liana
llcnd la itlll without n mayor.
Tho City Council mot Inst nlRtit but
failed to elect a successor to Mayor
('. Thorn will Ih) nuother meeting
of tho council Haturday attotnoou.
A timely net by llio council was
tho sotting apart of n cleanup day,
when (ill property owners and ton
nuts must put tholr premises tit a
clvnti conillllou. Monday, April 8,
was sot n tho tiny, nml thoso who
do not clean up will bo doalt with
by tho police department. Tho city
h provide team and wnRou to haul
Tho council authorlicd Council
man Alton to havo a frame shod
erected at tho roar of tho Hkuso
llnrdwaro store for ono hoio cart,
Mr Hkuso IiavIiik agreed to lot tho
city uso that Kruund. Another cart
will bo placed at tho Wonaody llvory
stabto, free storaico thoro being of
ferod tho city. Thts will pUco tho
carta closer to tho business district.
Hid wore ordered to bo advor
tlsrd for 10,000 foot of crosswalk
lumber and for atroot prlukllnic.
Tho stroet committee was Instructed
to soo tho water company about gol
tin a better water rate than tho XO
cents a thousand gallons paid laat
summer for sprinkling wator.
Prrllmliiary Hewer Report
It. K. Koon made a preliminary
report on tho aowor system work,
submitting maps and explaining
whrro tho mains would run. Tho
council will to with him tomorrow
afternoon to look over a disposal lo
cation bout two mllva north of
Chairman French of tho "cemetery
committee waa instructed to confor
with tho city engineer and sexton
and not tho cemetery tangle straight
Oeorgo 8. Young filed his accept
ance of the position of city engineer.
It. II. Gould filed a map of tho pro
posed Wall street extension.
Chief of I'ollce Itoborta reported
!0 arrests In March and flM.GO
collected In fines and forfeitures.
City Treasurer Overturf aubmltted f
a report showing disbursements op
1168: 58 In February and Nairn
and that tho April 1 balance was
f :o 60.
The following bills woro ordorod
. W. I & P. Co. wator. light
and extras. 1100.38
Geo. S. Young-, one work. . 4.1&
II. C. Kills 2 mo. salry. . . .
V. A. Forbes, ditto
C, K. Morris, sdwk bldg
It. II. (lould, enit. work
C. I. Broun, salary
Monday, tho eighth of April.
1012, la hereby sat nsldo na donning
up dny within tho Oily of Howl
CltUons mo ii'iiucMtod to pllo ull
rnlililHli, otu., In tho nlluyM In ronr
of tholr Iot-4. Tho city will furnish
mail and tiinin for purpose of haul
ing away not moro than one lorn! to
ouch lot. No iiuuiuru will bo hauled
by tho city frou of charge.
H. is, allkn,
I'roslduuL of Common Council.
April 2nd, 1012.
IN NATIONAL FOlUtST
PORTLAND U 1LS GET HARD
TO BUILD DAI FQUGHT VICTORY
NORTH CANAL WORK
IS UNDER WAY
Area Applied fur by Ia Pine Man
Taken up Years Ago by Other Ap
plicants, HiiervlMir Hays.
Among tho grasshoppers Itorn
or yet to bo born of Crauo I'ralrlo
and Dnv's lake, In tho upper Dos
chutes valley, thoro Is great rejoic
ing, Tho 1200 turkeys which C. I).
Hchell of l.a I'lno contemplated rals
trig and fnttmtlng on these Julco In
sects will not bo permitted to wander
over that district, but horses, shoep
and cattlo will coutluuo to roam
there as of yore.
As reported In Tho Ilullotln of
February 7, C I), flchell of la I'lno
appllod to 1-ocnl Forest Huporvlsor
Harvey for ponntt to herd theso
fowls In tho national forest. Tho
territory sought being In tho Paulina
reserve, tho application was referred
to Huporvlsor YV. W. Cryder at Ores
cent. Jteplylng to an Inquiry from
Tho Ilullotln, Mr. Cryder wrltea as
"It was found Impossible to con
sider Mr. Hchell'o application favor
ably, since tho area In which he
wlahod to grare his turkeys was
fully taken up many years ago by
"I havo not been advised that Mr.
Rcholl has appoalod from my decision."
L. 1 ticrdcta Puts Illg Force of Men
Clearing Canal Illght of Wny
Ilallroad llulldlng Hpur Track to
River lo llandlo Machinery
FALLS 15 FEET
Three-year-old Child lias Remark-
able Kirape From leatli
Falling 1C foot onto a pllo of rock
yej. sustaining no sorloua Injuries,
trio 3-year-old cuttd or uicnaro
llerold, a nowcomer from New berg.
had a marvelous escapo front death-
Tho child was playing on tho land
ing at tho top of tho steps loading
up to tho rooms over French's storo
and accidentally fell off. It landed
on a pllo of rock below and was ap
parently dead when picked up.
However, an examination proved
that tho child was not seriously lu
Jured and within a fow hours It was
Mr. llorold and family arrlvod
Sunday from Nowberg to make their
8. K, Itoborta. salary 100.00
11KNO PAItIC MAN HF.HK.
J. YV. Fox, a Portland salesman of
tho Ilond Park Company's property,
was hero over tho week-end, accom
panied by William Htrubbo and A.
UltolhlMllwr, buiu u( U.ucad.i cud
both purchasers of llortd Park resi
dence property. According to Mr.
Fox, his company has put a second
picture machlno on the road, which
U to tour tho statu with a lecturer
but If s Our Own"
said a depositor a few days ago as
he proudly drew $500 for the final
payment on a home he and his wife
saved for years to buy. Like them,
you and your wife can have a home
of your own by depositing each pay
day or oftcner, on a joint account In
The Deschutes Banking & Trust
Company of Bend, Oregon
"Conservative Banking for Conservative People."
L. D. BAIRD, (President) J. W. MASTRRS, (Vice President)
' P. O. MINOR, (Secretary)
I,. B. BAIRD,, P. O. MINOR, S. V. BAIRD,
Contract for tho conrtructlon of
tho diversion dam and tho North
Canal has bocn let by tho Central
Oregon Irrigation Co. to I F. Cor
dotx of Portland, who has already
set a forco of men to work. Four
months Is given for completion of
Tho camp for tho workmen was
established yesterday at tho dam
site, a mllo below town, about 30
men being at work already.
A spur Is being built from tho
railroad to tho dam slto, a largo
forco of men rushing this part of tho
wur- to completion so that tho heavy
mucblnery can bo unloaded at the
II. It. Johnson of Portland will
superintend the dam and canal work;
II. MrConnell will bo In chargo of
tho camp and J. A. Iicrnurd Is tho
Clearing Itlght of Way.
Clearing of tho right of way for
tho canal waa bogun yesterday.
When work Is got going at full blast
about 1C0 mon will bo employed,
Mr. Johnson said. Tho biggest part
of tho canal work will bo through
rock. Machine drills will bo used.
A crusher for grlndlug rock to be
used In buldlng tho dam will bo
brought In as soon as tho spur Is
completed, This will probably ho
tho largest crushes ever used In
Crook county, and without a spur
troth to tho river It would to almost
Impotslblo to bring It In. Tho track-
will be built to tho point where tho
heavy piece of machinery Is to bo
unloaded from tho car.
Drilling for foundation for tho
dam Is undor way now, this part of
tho work 'being dono by the C. O. I.
Work to be Hushed.
Contractor Gerdetx Is expected In
Ilend tonight to spend several daya
seeing tho work started off. Ills
record for carrying out contracts
shows -that ho Is speedy, and that
the dam and canal will bo finished
as rapidly na posslblo Is expected by
BASKET BALL TEAM
!u Fast, Itough Content Head Lassie
' Outdo County Heat Rival With 12
to O Kcore Hand Welcomes
Victors Homo With Concert-
MUNCH STOCK FROM KAHT.
Oeorgo A. Hradley of Waterloo,
Iowa, U In Ilend on his way to 1a
Pino where ho has bought land and
will make his homo. Mr. Dradloy
has a shipment of thoroughbred
stock on tho way hero, which la ex
pected to arrlvo this week. The car
load Includes O urn soy cattle and
Duroo Jorsey hogs.
In n rattling good gamo the Ilend
girls' basketball team defeated tho
Prlnevlllo players at tho county seat,
Haturday night, by tho score of 12
From start to finish tho contest
was hotly contested, tho score at tho
end of tho first half being 7 to C In
favor of the local team. It was a
rough, fast game, and although
averaging smaller and shorter than
their opponents, tho Uend girls
covered thomsolvcs with glory by
tho way they handled themselves,
the ball and whomever trlod to got
In their way. Also, tho Boor was
covered pretty well at times, for
thoro were spills a-plenty on both
sides, with a groat number of fouls
fllrls Keep Their Heads.
Ono particularly creditable feature
of the gamo, from tho Ilend stand
point, waa tho splendid way In which
tho local team kept Its head, despite
the fact that It played on a strange
floor before a crowd that was openly
hostile, catcalling and jeering when
ever tho visitors made a point, and
especially when fouls wore being
Those Interested In tho team say
they are particularly anxious that
when Prlnevlllo comes here for a
return gamo every courtesy be
shown tho visitors, with no possi
bility of repetition of tho Incidents
of Saturday nlght'a gamo.
As usual, Anglo Young distin
guished herself, by her quick work
aud excellent basket shooting? Miss
Black was accurate on" foul throwing;
tho centers played hard and well,
and tho guards contributed greatly
to tho victory by tholr steadiness.
In tho first half Anne Market and
Cornelia Wilson played centers;
Anglo Young and Arrlo Black, for
wards; Ethel Holmes and Gertrudo
Markel, guards. In tho second halt
I-ouietta Wornstaff replaced Miss
Markel at conter. Nell Markel and
Iva West wore substitutes, Jesse
Iluntor refcreed, with Mr. Bcchtel
About twenty people autoed over
to seo tho game, which was well at
Tho Prlnevlllo lineup was aa fol
Nora Livingston and May Camp
bell, centors; Hlldreth Oeyer and
Elma Noble, Guards; Georgia Cleek
and Mamie Ralley, Forwards; Aver
Hand MccU a Iris.
Tho team returned Sunday night
by train, and their homecoming was
mado tho occasion for celebrating.
Tho band boys got together and wont
to tho depot and when tho train
rolled In tho Jilr was lull of music.
Tho girls had remarked just before
Iho train got hero how nice It would
io for tho band to meet thorn, not
suspecting that it really would bo
nn hand to greet thoro. Autos wcro
also In waiting and they were given
n rldo to tholr homes.
Return Game Hero.
A return gamo will bo played bore
on Friday evening, April 12. 'An
other Interesting contest Is expected,
tho two teams being evenly matched,
and a big crowd will no doubt see
CE MAKING WILL
START THIS MONTH
Machinery for Factory Being Re
ceived Creamery Will I"ybbly
be In Operation First
Within three weeks ico making
In Ilend by tho Central Oregon Ico ec
Cold Storago Co. will bo started, ac
cording to It. O. Hall of tho com
pany. Mr. Hall returned Sunday
night from Redmond, tho Ico storage
plant there having been completed.
Tho building hero has been fin
ished and machinery for tho factory
la arriving, n carload, being received
this week. Another carload will
como from Portland, and as soon as
everything can bo Installed the work
of changing Deschutes river water
Into pure ico will be bogun. Ico for
tho company's plants at both Red
mond and Madras will be mado here.
Mr. Hall said that 8. It Cooper.
tho Prlnevlllo creamery man, will
probably have the local creamery in
operation before tho Ice making
factory Is ready. Tho machinery Is
already here and as soon aa neces
sary shafting, which baa been de
layed In arriving, gets hero, can be
set going, turning ont butter and
other creamery products. Mr.
Cooper is expected over from the
county seat in a fow days td look
after his Interests here.
CRITICISM OF CITY
3fen Who Complain Were on Rail
road Property Lots for TeaU
Obtainable From Property t
Owners-Deposit Returned i
is a specialty with
us, and we are
known to all archi
tects and contrndt-
ors as supplying the very best in this line for all
purposes. v We are at all times glad to estimate on
jobs for builders and others. Also, we carry all
kinds of tools and implements for various trades,
and all kinds of agricultural implements, barrows,
saws, axes, scythes, rakes, hoes, etc.
Also Full Line of BuiMerV Suptlke,
Sash, Doors, Glass, etc.
N. P. Smith
Park Addition Residents Will
Iletter Water flerrico
Work of extending water main In
Park AddlUon was begun by the
Dend Water Light ac Power Co.
Monday, and residents In that part
of town who have had to carry water
juiuius luai luuj uu nun rci it
piped into their homes.
The main will be extended along
Wall street to Caacado street, along
Cascade to Jefferson drive, along
Jefferson to Rainier drive, along
Rainier to 8t Helens drlvo and along
St Helens to connect with tho main
A large number of people will be
served, this part of town having de
veloped very rapidly the last six
The folio wlnp-jg an extract from
a Icttor which waa received by II. B.
Allen, president oPthe city council.
from a Bend resident:
"My attention was called to a con
dition today tliat seems to mo tho
City Council should give consider
ation. Two different peoplo arrived
here, both of whom shipped In two
cars of stuff. Including Hvo stock
one from Iowa and tho other from
North Dakota. They told me that
they .found an ordinance prohibiting
the erection of a tent within the city
limits, and both of them seemed very
much put out about It"
Mr. Allen points out that there Is
no ordlnanco regarding tho erection
of tents in tho city. The men who
complain tried to put up their tenU
on railroad property and were asked
to move by railroad officials.
The Uend Company, when tho
matter was brought to Its attention,
said that it is willing to give every
raid to newcomers who want ground
for tents. It Is only necessary to
make a $10 deposit with them to
protect tho property against damage.
to get lots for tents, etc, aud whea.
vacation Is mado the money Is re
turned. Other property owners also
state they will gladly furnish loca
tions for tents, etc.
MISS RATHER KNGAGKI)
Announcement has been mado of
tho engagement of Mlsa Inga Bather
to John D. Morton. Mlsa Bather la
tho oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Bather, Mr. Bather being one
of Dend'a longest established mer
chants, and prominent aa a success
ful business man. Mr. Morton Is a
railroad engineer, having charge of
the maintenance on tho Oregon
Trunk from hero to tho Columbia
river. He Is a graduate of Cornell
FERE ON ROOF
April Fool Itlaze Cauvcd by Tar
A Are that played' April 'fool on
Bend people and got two men into
trouble caught on the roof of tho atsw
Boyd stone building Monday mors
Ing from a storo which was belajr
used to heat tar for the rooflng.
No damage waa done, tho flames be
ing extinguished In a moment' Tho
Ore department turned out In quick
time but Its services were not needed.
As an aftermath of the fire. Chief
of Police Roberta arrested Caso
Deer and P. D. Johnson for having
the stove on tho building. Tho
case was called before Recorder
pills yesterday and continued for
UASKKT HALL GAMK FRIDAY
Friday evening of thla week at
timer's Hall tho Ulues basket ball
team will play tho Royal Neighbors
team. The lineup of the teams will
present some of the best players In
Ileforo the game and during tho
Intermission tho band will give a
concert In the hall.
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Wd OF BEND,
The First National Bank
Dr. U. O. OOC. Pratldtnt E. A. SATHSR. Vic Prctldsnt
O.8. HUDSON. Oathtar
Capital fulhr paid ... 3S..OOO
Stockholder' liability . 2S.OOO
Surplus .... . as.000 .
Our buyer left March 21st for
Illinois to purchaso two carloads
of Holstein cows.
These cows will be sold at
public auction, CASH OR
Date of salo will bo announced
in tills paper later.
Write or call for particulars.
FIKST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. COB . A. SATHUR C. S. HUDSON
O. M. PATTHttSON B. C. BU43
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