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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1913)
TUB HKNI) KUTiTiKTIN, ItKND, WKDNK8I.AY, MAY C8, 101JI.
SED ATQRANOE HALL
Kettlcr-Attorncy Objects to The Mil
IcIIii'h Account (Jovcrnor Went
Says Drastic Action Now Would
lie Unfortunate Fur All.
tho members of tho Hoard itro of tho
same opinion, that things Bhoulil do
coaxed nlonK as they woro Inst yonr,
for every dollar spent In construc-
tlon means that much lees needed
for tho completion of tho project. If
wo can mtrso the project through
this year and next, tho company may
In the meantime bo able to llnunco
ami comploto It. Williams Is at
torncy for a number of settlors In
his section of tho soBroRntlon anil,
of course, Is looking out for his own
particular Interests. The Ironrd can
not permit Itself to take such a nar
At a meeting of settlers held at
the Grange Hall cast of town, B. IK
Williams, tho Powell llutto settler
who is seeking support for his pro
posed mandamus proceedings against
the Central Oregon Irrigation Com
pany, succeeded in obtaining n mens
uro of approval for his resolution
condemning tho State Desert Land
Hoard's action in not forcing tho C.
O. I. Co. to enlarge the Central Ore
gon canal for tho special benefit of
certain Powell Butto settlers.
Tho resolutions were endorsed by
n "vote of those present. Theso are
the resolutions recently adopted by
the Redmond Commerc'al Club,
which the Vend Commercial Club
refused to endorse, nt least until it
was mora thoroughly convinced that
it was the desire of the near-by set
tlers and for their best interests.
.Mr. Willlnms Object.
Tho Grange Hall resolutions have
been Informally presented to E. M.
Lara, president of tho local Commer
cial Club. It appears that tho Bend
organisation will take no action upon,
them, as so far it appears that tho
settlers' association has not official
ly endorsed them or requested any
The Bulletin Is In receipt of a let
ter from Mr. Williams in which he
charges that the account of tho Ilend
meeting published in last week's pa
per was biased, insinuating that it
was not "in conformity with the real
facts." Tho article In question stat
ed that tho Bend Commercial Club
had refused to endorse Williams' res
olution, which was the fact. What
It win do later remains to bo seen.
Governor States Stand.
In a letter from Governor West to
Tho Bulletin, in answer to a request
for Information, tho following ex
"In my opinion it would bo sui
cide for the board to take any dra
tic action Just at this time. My
pfan is, and I believe the majority of
EDITOR MULLARKY IN TOWN
Publisher of Redmond Kntcrvrfoe N
Hoy 1.1 Years Old.
Douglas Mullarky, editor and pub
lisher of The Enterprise nt Ucdmond,
together with his assistant, John
Brewer, was in Bond yesterday and
called nt Tho llullotlu otT.co. They
come up on bicycles, carrying In a
pouch their lunch for tho two days'
outing which they aro taking on
their wheels. From Bend tho young
editors took tho rosd for laldlaw,
planning to spend tho night there.
Today thoy will go on to Sisters and
from there return home.
Mullarky has had chargo of The
Enterprise, which Is n breexy little
newspaper, for six months, having
taken over tho plant of Preacher
RenshaW s Advance. Tho circula
tion of The Entorprlso is mostly lo
cal, It having about two-thirds as
great a circulation as cither of the
other two Redmond weeklies.
Editor Mullarky learned how to
set typo in tho Hub shop. Ho does
everything in connection with get
ting out tho paper except Inking
tho army press which he uses, to
Assistant Brewer falling this task.
The boys aro IS and 13 years ofagc,
respectively, and havo been going to
school. They finished the eighth
grade work and with tho examina
tions passed they are taking a lit
outing before Issuing this week's
escaped with his llfo was roiunrknblo,
as ho wns struck by many pieces of
rock. His face wns badly out and tho
sight in his right eye la gone. Tho
tunnel where ho wns nt work Is about
CO feet long and It secma thnt ho re
mained In It too long nftor sotting
tho fuses to ten charges. IIIm holper,
N'els Olnnder, wns about 10 foot
from tho opening ot tho tunnel when
thu first charge went on. Ho rnn
out and called for Wllco. Seeing ho
was stilt liisl'lo, Olnmler rushed bnok
niut found him crnwllng nwny from
tho exploding dynamite. Donna Hiiioku
llllod tho tunnel and Wllco would
lmvo been rendered unconscious hud
ho not been rescued by his nsslstnut
when ho wns.
Wllco wns removed to tho Hotel
Wright and attended by Drs. Coo utul
Forroll. Ho Is getting along as well
as possible considering his Injuries.
PLENTY OF FUNAT REDMOND
(Continued from Pago Ono).
SEWER WORKER INJURED
BY BLASTING IN TDNNEL
It, O. Wllce Has Kyo Put Out anil Leg
Broken Helper (Joci In and Drug"
Hint out while Hocks arc Flying.
R. G. Wllce. who has been in
chargo of the construction of the sew
er tunnel In Lytic east oftho rail
road tracks, was badly hurt Saturday
by an explosion. His left leg was
broken below the kneo nnd he was
terribly rut and bruised by flying
rocks, the sight ot one eye betas de
stroyed. Mr. Wllco was alone when ho was
hurt and was not moro than three
feet from tho explosion. That ho
thnt tho frnens bo ended ero thoy
all fell over from sheer exhaustion.
Bend took tho bat nnd Clyde Mc
Kay, wearing real baseball shoes and
cap and n loud pair of khaki trous
ers, faced tho Redmond mayor, who
was In the pitcher's box. Tho nlr
Immediately turned bluo and things
fairly hummed nnd sputtered aa F.
Ewlng Martin, Clark Rhodes, Don
May and others took their turns at
bat. In th eflrst InnlnK Bend gnr
nercd nnd tho players puffed up.
But Redmond put n prick Into their
puffed parts In tho same Inning by
pushing over n bevy of four runs.
And speaking of ptiffed-up-noss, Mc
Kay had occasion to Ira really puffed
up. Mayor llosch was tno caimo or
It, Mack being mndo tho target for
tho twlrlcr's swiftest ones on two oc
casions during tho game. Tho sec
ond ono knocked out tho second
baseman to such an extent thnt Ted
Hoke got himself Into tho gnmo and
ran for the bruised player.
Skuso went to tho mound for Bend
and after three Innings let Dr. R. D.
Ketchum try his wing, both men be
ing the very kind of pitchers tho
sluggers here wanted.
Captain Dick Smith (not John)
looked like tho only real baseball
player on tho field, as ho woro a real
baseball suit, with ono exception.
Listen; This was his hose, for thoso
ho woro were never manufactured
to adorn tho person of a basobnll
player. Tho fact is, he and Landlord
Al Lucas of tho Hotel Redmond
swiped them from the room of a lady
guest from Bend. In theso togs Dick
gyrated around first baso like a Hal
Chase for three Innings, then was
glad of n chanco to replaco Martin
in left field when Ketchum went In
to pitch and Skuso took first.
Cnnnarn's Ktcllur Htiint.
Tho honor of making tho most
brilliant play of tho gamo went to
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only a lew dulbira r mouth on each lot You don't ruin I he money, but you toon aojulie valuable property,
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LA PINE TOWNS1TE COMPANY, La Pine, Oregon.
Reliable agent, with good bank reference, wanted I alt part of the United ntalce.
Doc Connarn. Ho got on first bnsu
and then on u passod ball or some
thing trotted down to second nnd
perched himself there with Bnnker
Rodman, who played that bag. Rod
man very suavely told Doc that ho
had not tottohed first baso after n
foul tip nnd must go back. Doc said,
"Excuse me, sir," and ambled back
to tho first station. Skusc, at bat,
then connected with ono nnd sent
It down to the third baseman, who
throw Doc out at second.
Redmond's lineup showed somo
other than merely burlesque play
ers. Postmaster Mooro (proved a
genuine Ty Cobb, both in swatting
tho ball nnd getting around the hags.
By tho way, lie Is a splendid atliletu
and some years ngo back In Wyo
ming orgnnlivd and captained a bas
ket ball team that won 24 games and
was not dofvatud.
Bend 203002 2 0
Redmond 4 3 3 0 2 4 x 10
The scorers had enough to do to
keep the runs nnd o tho errors and
hits are omitted.
Tho players on tho Bend train:
Clydo McKay, 2b; V. L Martin,
If; J. C. Rhodes, rf; Donald May, ss;
R. M. Hmlth.. lb, If; Neat, c; R. II.
Gould. 3b; D. E. Hunter, cf; U. N.
Hoffman, cf; J. II. Coiinnrn, of; II.
W. Skuso, p, lb; Dr. It. D. Ketchum,
.Redmond's lineup was: Walk or,
3b; Moore, as; Taliaferro, If; Ho
tel!, c, lloch, p; Huffman, lb; Rod
man, 2b; llruwn, rf; Jordan, cf,
Return games of both tennis nnd
basoball are scheduled to bo played
at Bend on Htinday, Juno 8.
Among those down from Bend '
wore: Mr. nnd Mrs, K. M. Thompson
Mrs. John Steldl and MIm Blelill. ,
J. E. Ingebrotson, Robert limes, Toil
Hoke, Ashley Forrest, Mr. and Mrs,
Dlckorson, W, C. Vnu Cleave, J, II.
Wcuandy, Dr. Kennttth I,oiik, L. I
Vox, Mrs. R. M. Hmlth. Mrs. It. II.
Gould, Mrs. P. K. Martin, Mrs II. W.
Hkuse, Barney U'Donnoll, O. C Hen
kle, Claronco Mnnnhelinor, C W.
Thornthwalte, lister Menenr, W R.
Hicks, Walter Combs, Frank Dlbblo.
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We have so many inquiries from people wanting to rent small houses,
which we cannot furnish them, that in order to encourage building to
meet this growing demand we have selected a limited number of our
inside residence lots which we will sell at the following prices and on
very easy terms of payment:
20 Lots in Park Addition at $150.00 Each
20 Lots in Center Addition at $200.00 Each
These are all nice large lots 50 foot frontage and most of them
140 feet deep. Large enough for a home and a good garden. They are
all available to city water and electric light and close to sidewalks. Come
and see us about these lots if you want a bargain.
The Bend Company
D. E. HUNTER, Real Estate Manager