THE BEND BULLETIN. VOL. XI, BEND, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. SEIT. 17. 1913. NO. 28 r- r $35,000 LOSS CAUSED BY FIRE PATTERSON AND R. M, SMITH LOSERS N limn nnd ClotliliiK Worn mill Oilier IllllllllllKM ItCBlltlJCll by I'lro of Un knot ii Orlulii I'rldny Nlglit U'tnk of ItrliullilhiK Ihwiu. Shortly hforn midnight Friday iiIrIiL llru broke nut n the rr of th Patterson Ortitf CumpHiiy'a Htorn mi Wall stroot, and. before llm flame woro oxtlngtiUhtMl the I'nltor nor tiullilliiK unit 1 1"' I oeeiiplod lr tht it. M. Hmltlt Clothing Company wore cni)l(tUilr destroyed. ICvory thing In tlio Patterson tttorn was lost. hut it largo portion of Smith's stock waa nmliHit out dy voluntoHni. How tho lire originated In not known. Tho vuluo nf iroirtr destroyed It rnughlv tistlmntml at bntwcnn $;, 000 and $16,000. Tho lienvlent Iimhtii nfo O. M. I'ntlnrsoii nuil It. M. Kmltli. Mr. Patterson valued his took nt about SI ft. 000; he carried bout 7.1 tmr cent lusiirnnro upon II. ml asllmnlo lil direct los nt about SIO00 or $1000. Mr Smith reckons III not Iohh close to fSOOO. Ilo curried Insurance of Ol.ono. Tim DtHM"liiitiwi Investment Company, owner of the Patterson building. Mate It will got out nearly whole. Mhuity'a grocery mock, whlph wan carried out ami wan damaged by water, sustained Injury lo the ex tent of porhaps 1 100. tho budding being somewhat damaged to hoot. (' I.. Hranrionberg. wlm was handling th moving of tho Patterson build Inc. loot about fJtftO worth nf Iih)Ih hiuI equipment, ns wall n tho small I-uIIiIIiik formerly attached lo tho Desehutes Banking Trust Co. rooms, which ho hml purchased. Tho fl chemical engine house wah also floiitroyoil. Mont effective work was done hr volunteer flro flRlitnrs. for although water wan riot on tho hlsio until tho Vnttorson store wan a furnaco. tho flames wero checked aftir a hard nt niggle nt tho south wall of tho It. M. Smith building, although first Indication! wore that tho N. I. Hmllh Mlora na well a that of Shtioy would also go up In smoke. Flro Chief Roberts handled tho hlnio wnll. Owing to tho fact that at one lime x hoo lines were connected up. an woll a much garden hoto on neigh boring tnpa and two two. Inch atnnd plpf In tho O'Donnoll and tho Mann helmcr buildings, tho water pressure was not at alt times at strong at It inlRht bo. Tho blnto wna flnit toon In tho roar of thn Patterson ttore. A hnlf doion rnon. flrat on thn aeono, at tempted to do something with tho chomloa.1 onglnn. which wna honied next ilmir. hut nliout thn boat they could ROfolnpllah wna In savo tho rhomlcal from Miik burnod un with lit Iioumi. Much of tho Hmllh alook wna carried arrota tho alrrot and flnnlly takon In Wonandy draya. which woro nulokly on hit ml. to thn Jnhnann liulldlnK. Mr. Hmllh will open up tho re tnmpnrorlly na toon na hit In xurnneo la ndjutlod, Mr. Pattorann will nncupy tho tlnro with him. opnn Iur for bualnoMa na anon na hit now nlock In rocotvod. Rhuoi will occupy Hie old Chnpmnn hulldlni: ho had ulroaily arrniiKod lo uta It during tho jaHBjflaBHajBHajajBjMaaaaaBjBajHaH awta. 5!SS55SS?,fj!, - lb aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflaBIZattBWA "lVJ-i XllmilOf n 1 1 1 'MmM&BniBi "A.B.A." Cheques, used by tourists In nil foreign countries', nlao are the safest, most convenient funds for travel in the United States and Canada. " Not good till you sign them; safe os your own blank check. More handy than your personal checkbook, for your signature identifies you. iituxn Dm Deschutes Banking (A Trust Co. OF DEND, 11, 1'URRHLL, I'retldent V, O, MINOR, Secretary K. M. LAHA, Cashier DlftKCTOXS: D. PRURBLL, 1. O. tylNOR, B.'M. LARA. roiiKtriiKtlon of tho hrlok biillilluK which wna iilnmdy plnunod lo occupy tho Kiiico from which tho liuruod HtiucliiKm woro in coiiiho of bnltiR IIIOVIIll. Tho pnlnt nhon of N. P. Woldor wah dottroyod. with nil coutonla, tho total lowt IioIiik ulmul $1100. Mr. Woldor onrrlod $000 lUHiiraiicu. Tho Karnuii utod by lrn. Coo n ml Korroll hiuI r. H. HildDou wna nlto bui'imd. Tho Uotchuloa HunkltiK A TriiHt Co. niiurtniH onenpod iloHtrucllou by tho forluualo rhnnco that It whm iiioviiiI Inut wook. Jnoka woro uiulor tho Pnllortou IiuHiIIiik whou It pitiiRlit Urn, nml In two ilayit It would Iirvo Iihoii iiioviiiI, na would tho Hmllh bulldliiK In It fw day. ' Tho hrlok hulldliiK. alrondy nlaunod for Joint conttriii'tlon by llio H. M. Hmlth ClotliliiK Company nml tho DokoIiuIob InvoitiiiHiit Coiiipauy, will bo ruahod In onmplolloii at apoodlly at potalblo. It will liuvo a 100-foot rrotitUK on Wall t trout. Am an Inttanco of tho loiwoo which OMimot bo moaturod In inoiioy. ,und 'f coiiro aro not Inturod. la that of Hut Paltortou DniK Uompauy, Mr. I'uttemon ttatliu? that 12,000 firt anrlptlnmt uoro dnalri'ypd. Ilia wife ouiHrKOd from tho II ro In fair note illtlon. Uoturdny inoriilnu I ho work of cloarliiK uii.lho land whoro tho Put loiwin biilidltiK aloud wna Ik;uu and on Momlit) aorapora boKan hkcbvbIIiik for tho foundnllona of tho now build Iiik. Hrlok nro bolHK dollvorod mid thti ImlliMitloim nro that ororylhlnx will procood rapidly from thla tlula on. PUN.THREE RESIDENCES OF BRICK ACROSS RIVER Horn, (toltrr mid Tansci' Will llulhl ' ll,..I.AI..,. II.. In HIlAilli. I,.l On llankn of l)cf'liiite Ithcr. With tho MulxlK bulldlnR rapidly iioarlmc complotloii, nml inimd-mndn brick boliiK mod In It. ami with tho dallvury of uioro brick holme uiodo to tho DtMchuloa lutottiiiont Co. and It. M. Hmlth hulldliiKX. It la ovldout onotiKh Ihut In thla lino lloud (a woll pruvldpd with hulldliiK tnulorlala. an It la In othcra. Alto, a car load of brlek waa ahlppod to Motiillua Mon day. And now Moaira. Colvor nml Horn unnounco a departuro In the local ue of brick at loatt a larxor utlll xntlon of their product In thla di rection than hlthorto hat boon at tumptod. Kach of thorn plana tho orectlou of a brick rotldonco. nt doot alto Jack Tan toy. Thoy'lmvo pur chatod tlx watnr front Iota In Plme lyn Park, Jutt ncroaa tho river wott of town, their proporty lying directly oppoillo the Coo realdonco and cm braclns much of the nolut that ex- tondt out toward tho uarrowa below the Hoy Bcoulo lodice. I Tho contracta entered Into with the jl'lnelyn nwncra call for the erection of tho three roaldoncca by aprlnit. I Koch houto will cott not Iota than $.1000, and wilt bo contlructod on (inoMt nttractlvo plaat. Mr. Colver Ititnndt tu utilise cllnkor brick ox rluilvoly In Ida homo. All threo men will occupy their hotitOK na hoim for their famlllo. It la prole able that n fourth houto will be e roo ted by thoiii. and uoiiotlatlona are In ITORroM wlmroby O. P Putnam ox poctt to erect atlll another brlek realdonco, of bungalow typo, on the Plnolyn properly. Tho It. W. Bawyor bungalow, tho jtlrit to bo built In Plnolyn Park, la now about oomplotod, and tho Haw- yera will movo In ahortly. Tho rompany la Installing 4-Inch watnr mnlna and hat contractnd with llmiry l.lnttor for water aervlce. The contract for digging tho trunch and laying tho water mnlna lint been let to Tom Murphy. hv OREGON I! LIBRARIES WILL RECEIVE ROOKS STATE INSTITUTION TO (11VE AID Hcliool Children Tliroiiliont Oregon Will llnvo ,tmv to il(,HI S'ru- Volume- Hcon of Touiii to Vote on the Hiiloou Qiiwlloii. (Hpoolal to Tke Hullotln) HA I. KM, Bopt. 1&. Hohool lllirnr loa In nvory county In tho atito nro moIiik to bo Klvommiitorlal aMtlntonco by tho Dtate llbrnry. MIbh Coruolln Marvin, atnto llhrnrlnn. nya that alio Iiiih ordered SO. t N 1 now bookt ox proiwly for uto In achool llbrorloa. Thnto hooka w 111 bo tout Into ovory aohmil dlttrict In tho atnto. A largo number tcloctoil with particular rof orouco to rural dlttrlcla haa been ordered, and In tho lott two wook a over 3000 volumoa have been re ceived. Th one are available for any community In tho ttaio. Over 1000 voIiiiiicm of hooka have already been aoiil thla fall to vnrloua oluba for tho aoanon'a club work. A numbor of group aoloctlona have nlto been tout to tho HbrnrloN of the amnllor town. A "group" Include all tho worka nvolunio on any one general auoject lly drawing upon tho ttnto library In thla manner tho mnnll town librar ian nro able to give their patrona n murk wider Hold of selection tlian thoy could afford to havo If tho amaller llbrarlot worn compelled to buy tho hooka for themtelvea. IbMik Price Mut Ho Itlgbt. Willi tho adoption of tunny new toxl hooka for tho public tchoola, Huporlntendcnt of Public luatritctlon J. A. Churchill la taking atepa to force tho companlea having contracta to furnlah tho lxoka, to toll them to tho achool children of Oregon na cheaply na thoy arc told In any oilier place In tho I'nltad Htatea. All tho contracta provido that the hooka mutt bo aold here on Hint bnala. Coniwny HecUrril l-'rauiluleiil. That the American Mfe Accident Inttiranco company of Portland waa permeated with fraud and deception, It the gltt of an opinion handed down latt week by tho ttnto tuprema court in thn Injunction tulta brought by tho company .agaluat Inturanco Com mltaloner J. W. Forguton. The court dlttolVed tho Injunctlona and held that Contmltaloner Forguton waa right In hit refuaal to give tho tompany a llceme. Itonil Tax Mutter Muddled. In a cate apponlod from Cooa county, tho Supreme Court held that a bungle wna made by the latt Legla lature In lit attempt to pat a cura tive law making all road taxca lovlod under tho law of 1909 lognl, with tho rotult that tho curative clauto of tho now law dooa not even npply to road tax matter; It nppllea to ehaptor 301. laws of 1009, which la an act providing for a atnto aanltor liim for tho treatment of tuberculoma. Thla putt road tax mnttera all up In tho nlr again, and aoveral aulta havo boon alartod In vnrlotit coiintle ro alalliiK the payment of tho tax. Supreme Coiirt'tt Work. Hlnro tho tlrat of the year 2G3 catea havo been fllod In tho Supromo Court nt Haloni, and 3C3 oplnlona havo been written and handed down, of which 211 dltpoted of cnara nnd H woro oplnlona on iiiotlona, poll- (Contlnuod on latt page.) Several Peopli Got Shot and Ioa4ei their old shells. But the practical hunter buys our celebrated U. M. C. or Winchester loads, because ho knows thoy are the best he can use, and for birds bo wants only the old reliable. Now stock just arrived. Largo .stock of guns on hand. Remember the dateopen season September 15th. See our window display. Bend Hardware Co. STEEL FLUME CONTRACT LET DELIVERY WILL AT BEND BE Hleol Will Ho I'liilMiril After lk-ln Khlppod I'rom HuM DiIIIIiik For llornolr Kiini I'oiioiIiiIIoiih U Htarteil - P vm J o c t llemx. - There la work for JO or 10 - laboiera on tho Tumnlo project. .The pay la from $.30 to $S.(J0 n day of fight lioura. I'orwjna wlahliig to work may apply at tho ollleo In Uildlaw or at any one of the enmi. (Htair oorroapondonco.) KAIIJI.AW, Kept. 1. Hnglneor Lnurgnard of tho Tumnlo projeet ro turnod latt Thuraday from Haloni where ho nttended a meeting of tho Dotort Laud Hoard and from 'Port land where ho lot tho contract for tho 0500 foot of otool flumo for tho feed cannl. Tho contract waa awarded to the Contt Culvert & Flumo Co. for $27.- 000. Tho contract Includes tho fur nlthlng of all roda, nuta, waahera and cut section for curved. The ateel will bo ahlppod from tho Kntt aa alieot atool and manufactured at Head by machinery that will bo ahlp pod In. Thla will aavo (he manu facturer a big Item In freight aa tho th cot atcel will get a much lower rate than tho flume Itself: which would take the rate of a finished product. Delivery Is to bo made f. o. b. Ilend within CO days. Tho contract for 300.000 foot of lumber for the aubttructuro has been lot to Anderson Ilrou., whoso mill la located noar tho canal. Tho prlco Is $11 delivered, for all except clear 4x12 stringers, for which $16 la paid. Practically all of thla lumber la di mensions a tuff. Contract haa alto been let for a concrete cubo mixer with steam engine and bollor, all to be mounted on trucka so that they are portable. The project haa alto bought a port able gasollno ongluo and centrifugal pump which will be used In handling the water when work on tho diver alon dam la begun. Porous drain tllo and 0-Inch sower pipe for uto In draining under tho concreto lined portion of tho canal between the In fake and tho first stretch of steel flumo haa been bought. Nearly all of thla material will be shipped to Ilend. Drilling Operations Started. The Davis Calyx shot drill for use In making test for foundation at the reservoir dam arrived at Dcschjitca laat week nnd haa been set up on skids with gasollno engine and pump. Work was started this week at Camp C on the reservoir slto, making Avo camps now in operation. At tho Desert Land Hoard meeting last week a payroll system at I.nld law was authorized. This means much to (ho men working on the pro. Joct. for thoy havo been having to wait a month or even longer to got tholr pay b tho voucher system from Salem. Tho payroll will bo made up hern and forwardod to Salem. Tho money In payment of It will bo de posited In thn First National Hank at llond and will bo checked on for tho Individual payments. Project Knglneer L&urgnard being Itonded suniolently to cover tho nggrcgato 1 3$.. . amount tttrnod over to him for the payroll account. tho groceries for tho project for tho nnxt six weeks will bo supplied by Mason, Hhrman & Co. of Portland, who woro awarded the contract on competitive bid. Tho ardor la for a carload of supplies rotting: about $1060 f. o. b. Deschutes. CURSEY HAS 1LT0 HIMSELF I'ltllliiK lo Ulve ftoml of HI 000, Ho MllMt Iteoiiiln In Prison. PUINBVILLB. Hept. 15. W. D. Cursoy was given a preliminary hear ing bororo Magistrate A. 11. Kennedy of tho Prlnovlllo Justice Jurisdiction last Friday. Ho was held over by Justice Kennedy to tho December grand Jury under $1000 bonds which m haa not yet been able to furnish. At lUe preliminary examination he waa represented by Attorney W. P. Myers, tho state being represented In Doputy District Attorney W. JL Wlru. O. W. Arnold and J. A. Bastos of Ilend were tho only witnesses oall'J by the state. No witnesses woro willed by the defense nor was tho defonilant put on tho stand to dony any of tho charges proforrcd against blin. Tho examination was held on the charge made by Mr. Arnold, that Is. obtaining money by false pretenso In giving a chattel mortgago for property he did not own. Mr. Cursoy will be detained In the county Jail hero until the $1000 bond Is forthcoming and will occupy tho Jail alone, for since Circuit Court there ore no other prisoners confined there. BUSINESS MEN SEE SEWER WORUBOUT DONE Inspection Trip Made to DUpotal Plant Prompt Acsmeiit Pay ments Meuns Quick Completion. A party of 20 business men went out to the sewer disposal plant silt yesterday afternoon and took a look at what Is being dono. They found tho pit for tho disposal tank nearly completed and tho ditch ttoin the tank practically finished. The tank will bo In a concrete-lined pit 20 feat square and 1G feet deep. Compressnj air drills aro being used now In blast ing operations. Tho compressor Is being run With ah autom6blle engine In charge of itou'ls Doonar. Aa soon as all the drilling: has been done nt thla point, the compressor will be moved to the Sherwobd place where there remains some rock work on the sewer ditch. The chief object of tho trip waa to show tho business men how far the work has advanced and (hat only u very little more needs to be done to complete the Job and place tho sower In operation. However, should thero be further delay In payment of tower cteasments It la possible that the completion of the work may bare to be postponed until sprint;, which, all at'rce, would bo moat undesirable. City Attorney Forbes, who return ed thla morning from Portland, aiys he consulted with a number of the leading attorneys there, and that the opinion of them all are that the In junction secured by Lytle peoplo re straining tho city from collecting 'he sower assessments from them will not hold. BETTER PMMS FOR BEND Common Iluttrry System Will lie In stalled, Hays King. PRl.VBVILLB. Sept. 17. W. P. King of tho Pioneer Telephone Com pany stated today Uiat the directors had ordered tho. Installation of a common battery telephone system In Ilend. , Thla system does away with the Individual phono boll for ringing central, all that Is required being to lift the receiver. j. n.rjj. Our bank IS A NATIONAL BAN LET US TAKE CARE YOUR MON Your money will be safe in our National Bank, which has a charter from the U. S. Government to do a Bunking business. Under our charter we must con duet our business under the National Banking Act. This law places our bank under the supervision of the Treasury Department at Washington. A RIGID EXAMINATION of the bank's 8Ujrs s made several times every year in the interest of its depositors. Make OUR bank YOUR bank. The First National Btnk of Bend. COUNTf TEilS MEET AT BEND PLAY STARTS FRIDAY MORNING Vbdlors Will U on Hand Saturday and Sunday Dsnro to He Hoclat 1'ontiii-e Large Number nf Hi- Irjen Already In for- Meet. With a largo number of ontrla. the Indications are that the First An nual Crook County Ton n is Tourna niont hero the last of the week will be very sticceitsfiil. Tno soolal fna turo will be a dance Saturday even ing In Bather's hall given by tho lo cal lonnls club for tho visitors, and to which the public Is Invited. Thoro will bo entries from Bend, Redmond. Prlnovlllo, Metollus and Laidlaw. All must Im In by 8 a. m. Friday, after which tho drawing will bo held. All local men who happen to lie drawn to play each other will contest Friday. The visitors will bo on hand Saturday and Sunday. Tho finals will be Sunday. Iloth courts have been put In fine condition and will be used. Tho public wilt bo welcomed as specta tors, no admission being charged. Up to 2 p. nt. today the following entries had come In: lledmonil. 81NGLEBJ. Harr. V. 8. Rodman. K. I). Williams. It. C. lmmele, J. W. Moore. J. F. Ilosch. DOUBLES Moore and Hoscb. MIXED DOUHLES Moore and I Miss Adeline Olson. I Prlncvlllc. SINGLES Kay Brewster, Clar- ence Rice, J. R. Stinson. DOUBLES Drowster and Rice. Metollut. SINGLES J. It. Murphy and N. A. Durdlck. DOUBLES Burdlck nnd Murphy. Bend. 8INGLES II. W, Skuse. H. A. Miller. C. S. Hudson, J. P. Keyes. G. P. Putnam. D. M. Davis, P. C. Gar rison, U. N- Hoffman. DOUBLES Putnam and Keyes, Hudson and Davis, Claude Mann, helmer and A. M. Prlngle, Clarence Mannhelmer and W. W. Faulknor. Ross Farnnam and Hoffman, T. II. Daniels nnd H, D. Wollman. MIXED DOUBLES Skuse and Mrs. F. E. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Putnam, Davla and Miss Harriet Dolaen. 4 t A number of the local players went to Redmond Sunday for a tourna ment with the enthusiasts there, and eight matches were played. Bend won seven of these. The Redmond men gave the visitors a One time, entertaining them at dinner at tho Redmond Hotel and showing them many courtesies. They have two ex cellent courts made this summer, and theso woro kept busy all morn ing and during the afternoon. Honkol & Ryan, In their two autoo. took down the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Keyes and children. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Putnam and baby, C. S. Hudson. D. M. Davis. Mannhelmer Bros, and U. X. Hoffman. Tho results of tho matches were: Itoubles. Keyes and Putnam vs. Moore and Ilosch. 9-7. 2-G, 11-9. Hudsou and Davis vs. Williams and t Continued on last page) x sasTjaj MM&.rs-. . .- 3fc VVMF'J'ZSSlA 'Ci sfcS ? Tn JlSfe. -sgfUFn3!"