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The bend bulletin.
UEND, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 10, 1913.
SHOT I CABIN
ASSAILANT AT LAROE
' -Jiuur H, lllrklnsoii Perlinp I'Mnlly
Wounded lijr Aire Hull Latter
Hhnot When ttnitiil Willi Mr.
Dlckliioii Irfixt Friday Night.
A hhoollng which narrowly on
ri''l bolng a killing, and which I
Hit r i niititltfil liy considerable mystery
occurred lit u homestead oaliln nouin
(in mili.R southeast of llnnd Krldn
'bight, when A I oo Hull phot mill e
mm fly wounded Jnimti II, DIokliiHOii
Dickinson now ih In Ilorxl mul
i)ivtoliiiiH express hope of lili re
covery. '. Mull In Mill nt large, ntul It In
1 believed linn iiiniln lilit escape to tint
J Thu tragedy ronultml from leal
'gutsy. Aliont lx week ago Dlckln-
Akiii took up a homestead olnlin In Iho
Hear Creek lluttu country, ntul after
liAtl erected a shook nnd cot 'not-
Hod wroto to hi wife, nt Klnin,
, Wnsh., to coitiu down. Thin ho did,
fringing her two little daughter,
(nd accompnnled ly Alec Hall, it
A.lshliiir at Minn, mid. reportedly, n
.unrrled mnn. Arrived here, nooord-
Jnn to her slory. alio received no
word from hor huhnnd, and no do
iftf riiilnrcl to ko out to thn claim,
Mttnr ramnlnlng In town, nt the Hhnn-
, tion and Oregon Hotel, for nearly n
wk, Hlu', Unit and Iho two chil
dren worn taken lo a point near thu
Vlalm by Carl Anderson. In hi car.
t Pnrtlr Pn mi llonil.
In lh meantime, Dlskluson, hear-
jl tin nothing of hi wife, started for
"tonn to Had her. In notno way he
inid thn outgoing inrty on thn
r d When ho not hum ho dlscov-
"rr. that Mm Dickinson, together
viih Mali, had been hero several
la. and apparently hi auspicious
w,r nriHiMMl. At nil event, no
Mr,-i V H Hpeek' ear and hurried
, . t 1. 1 i ho haniMtiMd, leaving Hpeek
Hit,, ouarter of n mil from the
i t In. which wan reached jutt he
rrordlng to Dickinson' story.
inn.lt. to Sherltf ICIktn horn flaturdnv,
li found Ik cabin door bolted.
' itn-.iklng It In. ko entored, to And.
m ha claim hlu wife In bod. ond
Mll. fully (treated, ehine at hand.
' v iihfxil savin m word, Hall fired tho
lut that laid Dickinson low, the bill
, l.-i hitting him Huor iho stomach
"l Juki shot Dickinson. Cot a doc
tor " la what gpeek rmxirla Hall a
, i Iiik. when 8HMik arrived oh the
Nothing wm tlono In apprehend
Hull, and whIU nlghbor wore al
tomiitlng lo care for thn wounded
man. who wm In Kreat agony, ho dl-
amx-armt. Dlcklnaon. lila wlftt and
iho children, toHAilmr with O. I).
Mllm, n tioinniili.ader, worn hroiiRht
to town In Himaka' car. Rhnrlff Kl
klna and DUtrlct Attorney Wirt
met them aome nix mile from llnnd
ntul Dickinson waa trnnrnrnd to tho
county car. liolnR hrour.ht In to thn
Oregon Hold whom ho received med
Thn bullet, which wan located and
, removed Monday mornliiR !' Dr.
I'nrrell ntld Con, hnd pierced thn liver
und right kidney. It nppnrently had
t nt ruck a hiitton on hi ihirt, nnd It
li lo thin allKht dnrteetlnn that Dick.
Iimon will owe hta Ufa If ho rorovnm.
Thi Deschutes Banking 6th Trust
south o f Hean
h. v,'lldK.onWHllSt. o
At II ml no hope wan ontertiilmid.
Hherirr Klklim placed a. A. Htov
e li no u In clmrKO of tho puritilt of
Hull. Hull, It Ih uiidorHlood, lina n
had record, IihvIiik recolved u 00-day
aentiinco not Ioiik ako for knlfliiR
n mnn In n hrawl, Ho In nhnut 40
yearn old, DIukliiMoii In nlmtit 30 nnd
hlu wlfo 25.
Monday Mrn, Dlcklnnon'a parnnta,
Mr. and Mrs, HtroiiK, arrived from
Mm. Dlcklnaon nt flrat claimed
that alio had In no way been India
cruet In hor relntlona with Hall, hut
on further examination, nccnrdlng to
Dlatrlct Attorney Wlrtx, weakened
from thla alAiul. HnU'N nhootliiK nnd
lllKht aoeiu to Ititlmato Riillt, hut
on tho other hnnd, It la pointed nut,
It la not rcfMoniihlo to nupponn that
If nil nnd Mm. Dlokltmon would havo
Komi to Iho homcNtend toRethor,
where thoy hoth nxpeeled to Unci
DlalilliHOti, had their rnhitloiiM hnen
Improper or had Hall had reaon to
fear an encounter with tho huihund
of hlu companion.
No douht IiinIiIo fnctn nnd motlven
of lha affair will come out hfor Iho
Kniiiii Jury, next munih, uliould Hall
HAM. KNOWN AH I.OTHAIUO
KI.MA. Wnali , Nov. 17. Alee
Hull, hoam tho reputation of IicIiik
niilok-lempered' nnd a man to ha
avoided when drlnkliiK. Ha him
been In Iroublu auvernl tlmca, nrer
attention ho waa pnylim another
man' wife Hall wa l)leklnon'a
iielKhlKir In Klnin and, It I reported,
alno dcNlrod to Inko up a liometend
In Central Oregon. Thin In tho ron
non Riven for hi 'departure from
Klmn with Mm, Dlcklnnou and 1:1
huyliiR tha ticket for hoth when
EIUU8E SEEMS ASSURED
Wennndy Mvery Coiiipnny lliiy Hlto
I'or It on HnMlliornn Axcntic.
A modern RtirnRo for llnnd seem
lo be n mini proiipect. nt an early
date. Lnttt week the Wonaudy Mv
ery Co. boiiRht pronerty on llnw
thorno avenue near Tlilrd itreet from
Mr. Corn A. J on oh nnd Mis Mary K
Coleman, nnd I.. I.. I'nx nnnoiinced
yesterday that a RiiraRo hulldlnR SO
by 100 feet In ftUo will he erected
there. It will bo of brick or alone,
probably tufa rock, nnd the oot will
lie about 13600 or $4000. It will
havo n cemeul hanemtinl throiiRhout.
In addition lo thn KrnRe tho com.
imny VIII build a hlncknmith nIioji on
Hie alley, only n nhort dlatanco from
the rear of the Wenandy table. Thla
will be eonduotud by thu coiupntiy.
It I probable tbat tho Krnxe build-lnrtwill-lKrlaioJ.
new wmm OF BRICKS
It. M. Kniltti Will llullil Home In I'nrk
Material I twin placml on the
Kttiuud for a brick bungalow which
ft. M. Rmlih will build In 1'ark Addi
tion. It will be one of the handaom
Ht realdence In Hand, when complot
oil. The plana are for alx room on the
Aral Moor and four on tho oceottd. hut
Irr. Hmltti tloco not Intend lo Union
the upir lleor room now. The
walla of tha houe will be made of
red lletid-mnnufaetured brick, alter
nntliiK with niURh black clinker
brink laid o Hint ilia end will pro
ject a little huyond tho other brlok.
This will Klvo a rustic effect. In fact.
the feature of thn houno will bo It
rusticity, till Idea bolnR carried
out In nil tho construction. There
will bu a front porch nnd a amallor
back porch, and in tho living room
will be a hlff ftrenlaco.
Oiro w, Tnnioy liaa tho contract
for tha brlok work, and construction
will bo ntartod a soon a poulhlo.
Tho loeatfon of thu house I norm
tho ntrcot from tho stone, bungalow
of W. C. McCuUlon.
BUDGET FOR 1914
Total et Hxwur of District Ill
nutted nt tfHV-tHO After Hcbulo
I'i-oiii Hlnlo mul (.'ouily Iwy
of I ."Hi .tlllU Would Kulllce.
In accordance with tho new law
(ho olllcera of ctiool district No, 12
linvo proimred n budget of ctttlinnted
expenHon for 1011, which will bo pro
Kcnted and acted upon at a public
meeting, probnbly tills week. At that
meeting tux pay em aro expected to bo
present, unit a full (IIscuhhIoii of thu
budget wlll'hu Indulged In.
If Iho figure prepared by Clork
Overlurf tiro adopted, tho tax for
next year will bo, probably, 15
mill. Last year tho levy waa 19
mill, n reduction of 3V4 mill for
thl year a proposed. Tho etlnint
ed total expense will be $25,070, of
which $5840 (estimated) will bo re
turned lo tho district from itato nnd
Thn estimated expense Include
$1706 Interest on outntaudlng bonds,
$3500 for Improvement at tho now
Rrade hluldlng exclusive of tha struc
ture Itself, and some Increase of ex
isting leaching salaries, a well a
$2000 shortage for tho present year.
Tho estimated expenses arc as fol
lows horowllh. It should bo remem
bered .that tho btnlRot I almply the
olerk'n estimate, aud may bo changed
Bupt.'a salary $1,000.00
AMUtnnt principal 1000.00.
Two high school toachora
at $900 each 1800.00
7 grade teaehera at $76 . . 4725.00
One primary tender nt $R0 720.00
Arnold school nt $00 .... (40.00
Young school lit $G0 640.00
Jnnltora for two tfountry
Janitor for city nehooU . . . 900.00
Wnler. light, ote. nt $0 . . 270.00
fuel nt $60 660.00
Clerk hire 1S0.C0
Hooks and supplied (ost'd) 410.00
In tore I mi howl ....... 1.701.00
II cat lug plant and rejwlm
ott old building, 1,000.00
luuianeo of $l',03o on
new hldg J-yar term . . 900.00
Walk. Heworo aid other
at the now bhlg X.lflO.OO
Catlmaled sluirtago 1913 2,060.00
Stale and county apporthtn-
uienl for 1914 oh baala
$10 por capita and to-
croaao .of 20 pet on aeh
population oror 1912 6. $10.00
A int to be raised by direct
taxation, l&fc-iulll levy
A general meeting to dlsouM tha
levy will bo held at the school Iioubo
Saturday. Novombor 2n, nt 8 p. m.
MAUKrrr I'Olt IfWATOKS.
I.AIOLAW. Nov. 17. Tho Tumnlo
project hua called for bid for furn
ishing potatoo to tho camps. Tho
bid must bo In by this Saturday, tho
22nd, when they will bo oponcd at 10
n in. Tho spuds must ba sorted nnd
no email onoa will bo accepted. Tho
prlco will be for dollvory nt I.nldlaw,
nnd ionic dollvory will bo wanted Immediately.
Calls for a Carving.,
Set or Roaster and
perhaps a nice
The line of Silver
Ware is complete at
Bend Hardware Co.
NOW IS FOR
"Come One, Coma All," I III Inrl-
Inllou I'or Tax Jcvy Meeting to bo
Held nt tho Court Houc In
i'rlnctllla on December ft.
rrlnevlllB. Oregon. Nov. 13, 1913.
To the Tax payor of Croak County,
The oMtlinalo published for your
consideration aro liberal, a wo nra
bound to koop within tho limit, nnd
It 1 batter to bo long than short. Wo
havo paid oil Indebtedness nlnco Jan
uary 0, 1913, of $139,000, bo that nt
prvnent we aro out of debt, but n no
taxo of any account will bo collected
during the next two month, wo oh
tlmuto that wo will ba $20,000 be
hind by January 1, but that like tho
other estimates I consldor vory liber
nl, Tho fact that tho state tax I
nearly treblo tho amount of lost yoar
make It difficult to nrrango for weed
fighting nnd road Improvement, with
out going skyward with tho levy. Tho
court desire next year to Inforco tho
weed hT to tha limit, also to Improvo
tonio llitig neglected roads; to do so
howevor will roijulro about one mill
or posslbry two, higher than I ant soa.
ton. I am writing thl that all may
offer auggestlon clthor In person on
December C, 1913, or by Icttor. We
will be pleased to hear from any and
We have appropriated the smallest
amount for farm demonstration work
that tho college would agree to han
dle It for, a wo aro Inclined to be
lloto our former work cost more than
necessary. ,l '" tno Iurpoe of tho
Bfiuri to cultivate 80 one-acre tract
distributed throughout the county'
and we will be pleased to hear froml
one or more farmers In oach of the)
nuTerai cumiuinuus, whu iu umu
to cultivate an acre or even one-half
an acre, under the direction of our
If our $75,000 road, bridge and
wood budget la approved It will en
able im to do tomethlng more than
It on the lid" but unletf tha peo
ple are willing to ntnnd n heavy tax,
very little ean be donu.
It will be well to bear In mind
meanwhile that the.levy hi only one
half aa high a It npuears for the roa
aon our aMeesment Is not 60 per oent
of our actual vnluos.
NORTHERN PACIFIC IN HERE
Party ArrUwl Sunday Night mul Left
ICarly Monday Morning.
' Headed by Col. W. P. Clough. the
chairman of tho hoard of directors
of tho Northern Pacific Hallway, a
party of oltlclula wero In Ilend Sun
day night. They arrived at 11:30
nnd loft Monday morning nt 7
o'clock. Some of tho members of tho
party wero up boforo tho train loft,
but they had nothing to say regard
ing railroad work or tho like.
Tho party came from tho East and
wont from hero to Portland. J. M.
Haunaford, president of tho North
ern Pacific, who was hore last weok
with the Hill party, returnod with
tho N. P. officials.
TU1L0 WATER USERS
DISCUSS NEW CONTRACT
Committee Conslatlnt; of Hwllierf
Coen anil Forbes) to Muko Itecom-
mcndatlon lo tho Hcttlcr
I.AIDLAW, Nor. 18. At n general
meotlng of tho contract holdora on
tho Tumalo project last evening.
Project Knglneer Laurgard outlined
tho policy of the Desert Land Hoard
as to tho method of dealing with the
water users, reading a rough draft
of tho contraot proparcd by the
A commlttco consisting of F. I).
8wlhor, It. II. Hayley. C. I. Docker.
O. M. Couch, J. J. Coon nnd W. D.
Ilarnon was appointed to go over the
different matter at Issue. At n meet
ing yesterday afternoon a final com
mlttea of three was appointed to care
for tho matter, consisting of Messrs.
tiwlsher aud Cocn nnd the settlers'
attorney, V. A. Forbes. Tomorrow
thl committee wilt plnco before thn
settlora Its recommendations, which
later go before tho land board.
A completo report on details of
tho contract will lie contained in The
Hullctln noxt weak.
FIGHTING FOR TREIR UNDS
!.upliia ami Crescent CHIzeua Object
to Ofllclal Blur.
I.APINE. Nov. 17. Mass meet
ing were held here and at Crescent
Saturday at which resolutions wero
passed condemning tha attitude of
the Secretary of Agriculture as
shown In his lotter regarding elimi
nation of 30,000 acres of forest re
serve lands in this territory. Tho
phrase in tha letter Mbjocted to
Intimate that tho Jack pine lands
of tho upper Deschutes valley are
practically worthless for agricultural
purposes. Secrot&ry of the Interior
Lane was appealed to for aid.
When Chief Forester Graves was
In Oregon, he failed to make any
Inspection of this roglon, although
urged to do so. Apparently Infor
fatlon at Washington Is baaed en
tirely upon reports emanating front
Portland forestry oKlco.
FLUME REPLACES CANAL
Arnold Company Will Not llo Hoth
oreil With Any Mora Caic-In.
The cavernous condition of the
earth beneath the flrat 2000 feet of
the eanal of the Arnold Irrigation
Company after It leaves the canyon
or the Deschutes river necessitated
the construction of Uiihio to carry the
water, the eompany last Saturday
commuting 1060 feet which has been
under construction for the past few
weeks. This flume Is 14 feet wide
and 3 feet deep nnd makea a connect
ing link between two piece of Hume
previously butlt. The company now
has a mtic and a half of continuous
flume, tho part Jnt completed ooeo
log approximately $2000.
Heretofore the canal people have
had much trouble Juo to oavo-lna
along the canal, the botjm and
Idea of the ditch repeatedlr break
ing and dropping Into tho caves bo
low. On .three different occasions
the crust of the earth was broken
through by horses engaged on tho
1IKND FOLKS OOIXO.
Tha Hend Kodand Gun Club an
nounces that It has made arrange
ments for an auto truck to take nil
who deslro to tho Thanksgiving
shoot at Ialdlaw. Information may
bo obtained at tho Skuso Hardware
Co. or at the Hond Hardwaro Co.
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FIRE? FIRE! FIRE! If your house should take fire
you are apt to be so excited that, even though you have
plenty of time, j ou will rush out and leave behind, to be
burned up, YOUR WILL, other valuable papers nnd jewelry.
The best wav is to put them into one of our SAFETY DE
POSIT BOXES in our fire and burglar-piool vaults. A
private box will cost you only 8 per year.
We alho solicit your BANK ACCOUNT.
The First National Bank of Bend.
BE DECEMBER 6
ALL HANDS MAY
Ktttlmatetl Kxpcnsex for 101 1, Include
Ing Debt of Proicnt 1 cor,.Aro .
KIH7,:i.'l-Honil .Matters' Will
Come In For Attention.
FRIN'BVILLB. No. 17 Satur
day, Docembor 6, has been net by tho
county court as the dry when tax
payers may meet with It and discuss
the budget of expenses for the coming
year and aid that body In determining
what levy Is to be mado for 1914.
Judging from report, tho court will
play to a packed house, and a lively
show Is expected. Including an es
timated debt by January 1 next of
$26,000, the budget for 1914 will bo
While the court has as yet, ot
courso taken no official action, It Is
generally understood that the lory
for noxt year Is oxpectod to bo 2 S
mills. In 1913 It was 24 mills. Tho
proposition of placing road expendi
tures under three road masters, each'
supervising a district of the county,
will probably be settled upon, and
positive assurance given tbat every
district will have expended in It, for
roads, nt least 76 per cent of tho
road tax originating in it.
The following Is the budget for
1. Itoads, bridges and
wceda, special $76,000.00
2. Crook County High Sc 19,940.00
3. Widows' pensions .... 5,000.00
4. Indigent persona .... 4,000.00
6. CIreult Court 9.000.00
c. Justico court 500.00
7. Judge's salary, sto.
utlonery and postago . 1,050.00
8. Commiealoners' salary 1,200.00
. qirk'a offiM . 6.650.00
10. sheriff's afflec 7.215.00
11. Aseeaoor's office 8,000.00
12. Coroner's office 600.00
,18. Comity school supt,. . 4,340.00
, 1 1. County sealer 1,200.00
1 15. Truant olBcer 360.00
.16. Treasurer's elSee ... 3.260.00
j 17. Janitor at court house .1.758.60
IS. County fair , 1,300.00
1 19. Mlectkins 4,000.00
i 20. Telephones, telogrsrrih 1.000.00
1 31. Scalp bounty 2.000.00
32. Lining Jan 1,000.00
33. Water mooter 2.760.00
24. County gen scu fund 36.000.00
26. Iload viewers 1,500.00
26. Surveyor's omce 3.480.00
27. State taxes 66,000.00
28. Traveling expene of
county court road Im
auto repairs, gas, etc . 600.00
29. Steno. for Co. Court 120.00
k30. Countyphyslolan .... 1,000.00
si, uouniy priming .... i.uvu.vv
32. Estimated dobt Jan 1 ., 25,000.00
33. Library fund 500.00
Estimated receipts from
clerk's office $7,500.00
Next week The Bulletin will pub
lish tho detailed budgets of tho var
ious county oQlcers.
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