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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1912)
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IRRIGATION DISTRICT IS
At Laldlaw Meeting l'lan for Con.
duct of Segregation Is Outlined-
nnd Placed Ileforo
LAIDLAW. Sept 24 At a metlns;
of settlers last night, held to formu
late a plan of action In working out
the difficulties of the Columbia
Southern Irrigation project, for pre
sentation to Governor West, the Cen
tral Oregon Development Leaguo and
others Interested, a tentative sug
gestion was decided upon and adopt
ed In the form of a resolution.
It is. In outline, that the settlers
of tho Laldlaw lands organize them
selves Into an Irrigation district and
conduct the project. Which means
practically, that the settlers proposo
to unite thomselvcs In a corporation,
as provided by Oregon law under
such circumstances, and sell bonds
whose proceeds are to be employed
in completing the project, and which
are to be redeemed from the returns
of proportionate assessment against
specially benefitted property. How
ever, the members of the meeting
were at pains to make it clear that
the course they outlined was a sug
gestion only, made to the Governor
to see Iff I would meet with his ap
proval, and to be followed out by
tbO' settlers only If It. proved not to
couplet' with 'any satisfactory a? tion
already contemplated by the state
Would Hell Itonds to Htate,
While not embraced In the official
resolution, it is understood that the
settlers hope that should tho pro
posed district be organized It would
prove possible for the state to pur
chase the bond Issues, probably using
some portion of state school funds
for the purpose. Tho application of
school funds to aid the irrigation
work already has been suggested by
Gbverti6' West. Tho bonds ytould
p.(obabyQlte.f . either, tjga. or Jwenty
"year duration. In the"taatte'rof as
sessing benefited property it Is prob
able an assessor would bo appointed
or elected; from his decisions' appeal
would be open to a board of equali
zation, along tho lines employed In
In connection with the tLaldtnw
project It will bo remembered that
Alma I). Katz has an agreement with
the stato whereby ho takes over the
conduct of the project provided he
I can produce certain surety bonds and
'demonstrate his financial ability by
January 1, 1913. Up to tho present,
so far as is known, Mr. Katz has
made no definite progress with tho
undertaking. Once before the state
renewed a similar contract, after it
lapsed. It Is understood that should
another such renewal be attempted,
cither with or without Increased
acreage Kens, a strong opposition will
be encountered among the settlers.
Text' of the Itcoolutlon.
The important text of the resolu
tion, as adopted last night, Is as fol
lows: Now therefore bo It resolved that
It is the sense of the Laldlaw De
velopment League as expressed In a
meeting of tho said leaguo "hold in
Laldlaw Monday evening, September
23, 1912, that a satisfactory solution
of their problems can bo obtained by
the settlers-ami contract holders upon
the Columbia Southern project unit
ing and organizing themselves into
an Irrigation district as provided In
Sections C1C7 to 6217 Inclusive, and
all amendments thereto of Lord's
lie It further resolvod that in view
of the fact that the Inldlaw Develop
ment Ieaguo has not, up to tho pres
ent time, had sufficient means at Its
disposal to make a complete or ex
haustive exam'nation of the laws
governing the organization and con
duct of such Irrigation district, that
a copy of this resolution bo forward
ed to the Honorable Oswald West,
Governor of the Statu of Oregon, to
Wm. Hanloy, President of the Cen
tral Oregon Development Ixiague,
and to Mr. C. C. Chapman, Secrotary
of the Orogon Development Leaguo,
with the request that theso gentle
men advise thoriLaldlaw Development
League as to whether or not In their
judgment the organization and con
duct ofau Irrigation district as above
outlined would be the most satis
factory solution' of the problems now
confronting tho settlers upon the
said Columbia Southern Carey Act
Sunday evening and Monday was
takon out to the homestead districts
by K. II. Post of the Oregon Land &
Immigration Company. Several
weeks ago, it will be romomborcd,
ten Portland Jews canto hero and
took -up lands. In all, tho Portland
Hebrew Agricultural Association
plans to settle fifty families on homo
steads from llcnd, all taking adjoin
ing lands In northern Lako county.
Tho six men who wont out Monday
are Ilabbl N. G. Gold, P. Sahattor,
D. Isreal, D. Ilerozltz and W. Itod
waso. Twenty moro settlors aro ex
pected to como soon. It Is probablo
many will remain on tho claims
through tho winter, while all plan
to como In tho spring.
MOHE SEnLEflSCOME HERE
Hebrew Colonists From Portland go
Out to.HomeMtead Lands.
Another contingent of, tbo Ilobrew
colonists who have -selected 'Central
Oregon as a location arrived here
MRS. ESTEOET IN JAIL
Woman Who Formerly Lived Here
Accused of ItootlegKh'K
Tho following news special from
Vancouver, Wash., to Tho Orcgonlan
will be read with Interest here, whore
the Kstobonnets formerly resided:
"A woman with a wooden log Is
In Jail here, accused of bootlegging.
"Tho police tonight (Sunday, 22d)
raided tho Ilungalow rooming houso,
at 403 "4 Main street, whero thoy
found six quartB of wine, six half
pints of whiskey and two pint bottles
of whiskey, and arrested Mrs. A. II.
Kstebennet, tho proprietress. The
place has beon under suspicion for
Here is a Soap
rubbing to a
jury to tho
soma tlmo ah a rftiQtt where aptdlpra
linvo noon obtaining aupnntm.
"Tho woman's husband formerly
conducted tho lluiKnlo' bar, but hU
license wns revoked nnd ha went to
Cnpu Horn, where ho Is now In the
IF YOU DON'T I.IKK TIIH TOWN.
It you don't llko the kind of luwn
That thts tuwn seems to liu,
It buildings hero are tumblod down
A way you (into to see,
It something Isn't up-to-ilnto,
Or good things ivh of old,
While other towns are simply Kttmt
(Or mo you have boon told.)
If you would llko to soo n plnco
That's full of push and snap,
A town that hits a (aster pneo,
A town that's on tho mnp;
Yes, It a way you'd like to know to
find It In a Jerk,
I'll tell you whero you ought to go
You ought to go to work.
You needn't pack a trunk or grip
And leave tho folks behind,
You needn't go and take a trip
Some other place to Oud,
You ncedu't go nnd settlo down
Whero friends of old you miss
For It you want that kind of town,
Just make It out of this.
w VERDI'S COOL CRITIC."
A Chap Who Llksd to Bat His CsK
and Still Hav It,
When Giuseppe Verdi's okth "Alda"
was tlr being preiiivd to Italian au
dlonrv the coiiiikmit rwelved the fol
lowing letter, datinl Muy, XHTi, from n
mnu residing In Itegglo. a town near
Parma aud about too mile from Mi
lan: "Much Honored Signer Verdl-The
2d of this mouth I went to I'aruia,
drawn there by the seiiMtlnti mnde by
your opera 'Alda.' Ha grettt whs my
curiosity that out-half hour befur the
eotumpiirciiieut of the pleec I was al
ready In my place. No. I 'JO I ndinlrrd
the iuIm vii scene. I hcurd with pleas
ure the excellent slutcrr. slid I did all
In my power to let nothing eme me.
At the end of the upvnt I ankrd myself
If I was siUIhIUhI. and the answer was
'Nor 1 startwl back lo Itrpclu. and lis
tened tu the railway carriage to the
opinions given upon 'Aids.' Nearly Mil
agreed lu considering It n work of the
"I was theo seized with the Idea of
bearing It again, and on the -ttti I re
turned to Parma. I mude untirunl of
efforts to get a reserved seat. As tho
crowd was riiurtnoii I wns obliged to
throw away live lire In order to witness
the iwrformntife with any coin fort.
"I arrived at thts conclusion about it:
It Is nu oMrn In which tbvnr Is ato
lutely nothing which rnue any enthu
siasm or excitement and without the
pomp of the spet-tncle the public would
not stand It to the end. Wbeu It has
filled the house two or three limes It
will be banished to the dust of the
"Vou can now, dear flljrnor Verdi, pic
ture to yourself my regret at baring
spent on two occasions 32 lire. Add
to this the aggravating circumstances
that I drpeml on my family, ami this,
money troubles my rest like fright
ful specter! I therefore frankly ad
driii myself to you In order that you
may send me the amount. The uivount
U ns follows:
Oprs tlcktls SU)
DltsUbl uppr si tb station....... 100
"Hoping that you will deliver me
from this emlxirrnaxmeut, 1 salute you
from my heart. HertunL ,,
"P. 8. My address: I'rospero Itertn
a!, via San Domenlco, Xaft"
Verdi hnpcncd to be moro amued
tlinu offended at the cool Impertinence
of Ibis amateur critic, and he Instruct,
ed liU pubtlxhcr toorwnrd Hlgnur Iter
tanl the sum demuuded minus 4 lire.
Hy way of Justifying this deduction he
wrvln. "The sum Is not quite so much
as tho gentleman demands, but I think
be might have taken bis supper at
home!" Kxcba ngo.
How It AffscLd Him.
A young lawyer asked u veteran nt
the bar If n lawyer orer got used tu
losing COf en,
"1 cau't say, sir," responded tho vet
eran. "1 really can't say; but. as for
myself, I am very much In tho same
fix as tho man from Osceola who had
been defeated for office He was tell
Ing mo about It aud. In order to acquit
blmsolf of tho charge of being a bad
loser, kept Interjecting the remark that
he was uot complululug. 'It doesn't
pay to complain.' I said, agreeing with
No, sir. It doesn't,' ho exclamed,
and I won't complain, but at the sumo
time I want you to understand, sir,
that it makes mo duriled sick.' "Kan
sas City Journal.
A classified ad In Tho llulletln Is
read by hundreds and brings tho ad
vertiser good returns .for the money
In the Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, tor the? County of Crook.
The Hond Cpmpany, a corporation,'
Plaintiff, vs. 0. 0. Cooper1 and N. A,
Cooper, co-partuors, doing business
under tho firm uaino and stylo of
The Terrebonne Lumber Co., Do-
To Q, C Cooper and'N. A, Cooper)
huovo iiuiiiuu uuiuiiuuiiiu;
In the name of the State of Ore
gon you are Jioroby required, to ap
pear and answer tbo complaint filed
against, you In the nlmvti untitled
auk within six weeks from thu data
of tho II rut publication or this num
inous, nnd It you fall to appear ntul
answer for want thorouf tho Plaintiff
will apply (o Ilia Court (or Hid roller
prayed for lu tho Complaint, lo-wlt:
for Judgment iignltist you nnd ouch
or you ror the sum or 710 HO with
IntorcHt thereon nt the rain or 10 put1
runt pur annum from April 17, 1012,
until luild, and ror the cosla mid UIm
hiirsomeulM or thin notion.
This miniiuuiiM Is served upon you
by tmbllontlon by nuthorlly nt nn
order or thu llnnornblo II. O. Kills,
Judge or the County Court or the
State or Oregon roe thu C'liuily or
Crook. Bald order Is dated thu S4th
nay or rieiiiumunr, umi, iiihi is muy
recordod nnd entered lu salt! Court
Date or first publication Septem
ber 26, 1912.
VKHNON A. FOltllKH.
29-3C Attorney (or Plaintiff.
Don't wall until holiday time to
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