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The bend bulletin.
JIKND, OHF.GON, WF.DNF.HDAY AFTKIi.NOO.V, JANlAIlY 28, Wit.
UP NEXT WEEK
EMPLOYMENT FOR 50
TO 100 MEN
31 nn I Action on Character of Tomato
) Ilcacrvnlr Dam Not Yet Tnkcn .
Hlcel Fliimo Will lln lluti m
Koon m WoMlhrr Permits.
Htnrttng next wook, from CO to
1 100 mon will bo given employment
on the Tumnlo reservoir work, O,
Latirgnard, tha project engineer, re
turned this morning from n meeting
of thn Desert lind lloanl, hold at
tfalem yesterday, at which this war
nuthnrUcd. Iln stated over thn tolo
phono that the hoard had deferred
Dual action on tho recommendations
of tho hoard of consulting engineers
until nhnut February 10, nt which
tlmo 11 la tupoctcd that thn character
of thn ilnin to hn hullt will ho deter
mined In thn moantlm preliminary
construction will lm carried on. This
will ho road building, excavation for
tha foundation nni. cut iff trench,
itc It will hn mostly plok nnd shov
41 InUir. Tho crews will work eight
hours n day, nt 12, or S centa ar
hour. Mm desiring employment
ahould apply at thn project omen In
Lntdlnw. Aa noon na thn frnat la out
of the ground 70 or K0 foaion will lm
put on tho worka, Mr. Laurgaard
Tim honrd of ottglneors met In
Portland last Haturdny and complel
l Ita ri'Hirt to In aubinltted to the
land board. Ynstorday, however,
lleney of thn board wired from I'ina
lllla. whnr hn then waa. that he had
w ured additional data of value In
oiiiif.ildii with the Tumnlo pro)eel
nnd asked that the Itoanl postpone
final artlou until thla itw data could
) put III shape to In submitted.
Hteel I'Iuiiio ArHtlnit.
The drat nhlpiWMit of thn steel
fluce hna arrived at Deadlines Hud
la nw being hauled to thn project ly
Aiiiih Uro of Hend. who have IIih
contract. Aa mon na tho Ico la off
thn trestles from whlfh thn tin nut la
to I iv huni? tho work of putting It up
-will li started. Thla will require
tho employment of nhout 25 men for
n mouth. Mr Lntirgaard atnted.
J. J. Adams la contlnuliiK work on
lila contract hut will not have It com
idelrd hy thn end of thn month, no
-caltatlng a furthor extension of
tlmo to him hy tho land hoard.
"Vituglin nnd Motrou' (nlctel Of
Dtiumulnj Irrigation lateral,
Juatlee of the Peace Kan tea was
1ua all day Friday hearing elvll
rase brought hv ICd White ftgalnat
Andrew Morrow nnd Ham VaiiKhu.
White naked for $Jtn on neeount of
tlamagoft alleged to havH heail done
iy tho sheep of the defendants, to hhi
Irrigation dltrli nnd reservoir south
east of town. Thn court awarded
70..'. to thn plnlntirf and Inxed the
costs, amounting to $23.10, against
Morrow and Vnughn grnxod sheep
In Dee. In thn vicinity of Whltu'a
property nml allowed tlnuu to croai
UTe Deschutes Banking (2b Trust
south of Uenn
hla ditch, n Intern! of tho I'lnn For
oat nyatoiti, nnd to ilnmtiKn hla rosor
volr, Vnughn wnn fined aomn weeks
nKo, $2ft for nllnwlrltf tho alioop to
polhitu thn Centrnl On.'Kon cannl, tho
complnliit In thla nntilon hnvlnx huon
worn to hy J, II. Hlunlny.
Tho lurftrliiK of tho notion Krldny
Inatod until 8 p. m. Hoaa Fnriihnrn
nppeurod for tho plnlntlff nnd C, H.
Iloiinoii for thn dofundnnt,
Tiimnlo dun Club Will IU) Uoat nt
Klnlxirnto Affair Fridny Night.
Arrnngotnonta nro IioIiir mndo hy
thn Tuiiralo Oun Club for tho moat
olnhorato danco aver hold In Laid
law. It la Rcbodulod for Friday even
ln of thla week, Tha club accretary,
A, . Wolton, waa In Ilend Monday In
tho Intaroat ot tha nfTalr.
Thn danoo will bo held In tho Inrxa
new hall, tho floor of which la ampin
to accomodato 100 couplea comfort
ably. KUborato decoratlona aro ho
In- arranKod, Includlnj? a hunter'a
lodica that will ho vary nltractlyo.
Forrcat'a icTen-pleco orchestra hna
been unKagad to furnlah tho mimic.
Tho ufnclala of tho club aro apnrliiff
no e.ponoo and palna to mnkn thla a
rury dollRhtful aoclal function. It la
tho flrat annual affair to bo Rlvon by
tho club, and tha Intirntlona nro to
mako It a record breakur. Kveryono
will bo made to feci ot homo whether
thoy dance or not. Dancing will bo
Kin at R?30.
During tho evening, presentation
of tho club cup nnd club nnd county
modala will taku place. T. U. Heck
er will ho recipient of the cup: K. C.
I.Riidlnnlinrn will get two mednla, nnd
C. 1'. lleokor. T. O. Ileckor, and K.
J. Wllktty (Ilend) one ench. O,
l.aurgnnni la iHioked for thu presen
Tho lildlnw ladle, whoao repu
latlon for delightful hospitality la
firmly eatahllahed, will provide re
freahmonta for thn oveiilng. Klab
tirnte piogrnma havo Imen printed for
the dance. Thn floor manager will
lm Mr. Weltnn, nanlatod by member
of thn club. Aa uaual, Ilend will aeud
down a large delegation.
The Tninalo club Intend to put
Mldlnw "on thn map" In no uncur
tain torma. It haa joined the atate
ahiHitlng Iimriih for tire tournament
to be held thla aprlng nnd the mem
intra are primed for honora.
LIVESTOCK VALUE 37.289.000
Department of Agriculture Cltra Ka
jhiujtp,li!j: Oregon nn Jiiiiiuir)' I.
Thn bureau of atntlatlra of tho
United Htntca Department of Agrlcul
turn hna laaued n atatomenl allowing
cut I in a to of llveatock In Oregon on
January 1, 1914, na.comparod with
1013, Tho flgurea aro na follow:
Farm AnlmaU 1011 1UI
Number ...301,000 302,000
l'rlco , (90.00 $99.00
VahlO .128,800,000 $38,908,000
Number ..,.10,000 10,000
Prlco $107.00 $107.00
Value ..$1,070,000 $1,070,000
Number ...196.Q00 187.000
I'rlM If.1.80 $5(1.00
Value .$12,740,000 $10,473,000
Number ...470,000 483,000
I'rloo I8S.0O $33.00
Value .$17,800,000 $14,401,000
Number ..3.070,000 3,044.000
Price $8.90 $3.80
Vnlito .$10,413,000 $10,047,000
Number ...300.000 3C8.000
l'rlco ...... $11.00 $9.a0
Vnluo ...3,300,000 $2,1540.000
OETTINO READY FOR
Ilend Company Ilunnlni I'lnncr In
Menntlmo C'ondltlona In Market
Improving .Miller Company al
ao Find Ilualnma la Hotter.
Tho Ilend Company la taking nd
vantago of tho winter abut-down of
Its aawmlll, aa In former year, to
mako yartoua repairs and Impravo
menta looking toward tncroaiod offl
elency and greater production. Ho
palra In the mill hare been chiefly
confined to the log carrlngo and tho
appliance uaed In connection with
It, a now head block having been put
In and nnw aet work for tho car
riage Theao will aorve to mako poo
albln morn accurate aawlng. Im
provement nro being mode nleo to
the kicker which throws the loga on
to tho carrlngo, In tho laat aawlng
annaon tho dally cut waa about 40,
000 feet. Tho change nnd Improve
ment now being mndo will Incruaio
thla capacity n llttlo.
No chnngcB nro being mndo nt thla
tlmo In tho planing department of
mill. A now roanw waa put In laat
fnll, ha reported at tho tlmo, nnd thla,
with tho pinner Inatalled n year ngo,
adequately cure for thla end of the
In rebuilding tho holler houno de
ctroyed by the fire of December 9,
varloua Improvement wero made. In
cluding henvler foundatlona for the
bollera, better In.lde arrangementa
and better flreprooflng.
I'lnncr It In 0xnitloii.
Until repair are all completed the
mill will remain abut down but the
planer will continue In operation to
Nil order, in thla connection, ac
cording to General Manager Koye,
rondllluna teem to be Improving, re
flecting the general Improvement
which I being olrved throughout
the country. Order and Iniulrlen
nre being received for gradea of lum
ber for which thero waa no call for
aoiiiu weeka toward tho clone of tho
lnmt year nnd no Improvement In
prlcea la lookod for on ahlpmenta to
tho middle atatoa which UP to UjL
tlmo have given practically no order.
Shipment of common lumber hnvo
been fairly ateady to Southern Idaho
and Utah nnd other nearby territory,
tho total iiumbor of car for tho
month allowing up well In comparison
with thn number for tho aamo month
Vlowa of tho general altuatlon In
accord with Oman of Mr. Koyea nro
taken by D. M. Davla of tho Mlllor
Lumber Company. Hla company, nit
ao. la making ahlpmenta Into Utnh,
and foola nn Improvement In tho
middle yVoatorn market due to bettor
hmdncNHi condition nnd the fact thn
atocka In theao atatea have been al
lowed to get rather low during the
period of uncertainty that la new
ItlttllSTllATION HOOKS OI'K.V.
Tho roKlntratlon books for the
coming Htnte prlnjnry nnd generel
electlnna havo been oponud by II, C,
Kill, who hna boon uppolnted rMjn
trnr for both Dond preolncta, TI14
tlrat puraon to roglator waa Mrs. II.
II. Ford nnd tho accoud hor alitor,
Mia Ornco Itntllffn.
IS- T f
s -rr- : r s
' s For Lime,
and ;- )
; J Cement ' " I
. HARDWARE ..
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PRIMARIES TO BE HELD
Ktnto Official, Membfra of Legisla
ture nml Otliera to Do nioen-i.
Nomlnatlona Iot Do Filed by
April 10 'Hooka clofio 31ay 1
Thla being election year, political
matlorn nro beginning to have n
prominent placo In the now-, of the
day, Tho primary election will bo
held thla spring and the general elec
tion thla fnll. Secretary of State
Olcott la Uiulng a dlgcat of tho elec
tion lawa In which evory event of tho
election la fully not fort.i. Tho pri
mary election will bo held on May
15, nnd other dnlc of Importance
aro April 10, April 1G, May 1 and
April 10 I tho laat day for filing
nomination potltlona for any atato or
dlatrlct office. Theao Include mom
bora of tho national committees of
tho threo political partloa aubject to
tho primary lawa, United States acn
ntor; congrcaman In tho flrat, sec
ond and third district; governor,
atnlo treasurer, Justice or tho su
premo court, nttornoy general, atato
school superintendent, atato engin
eer, labor commissioner, railroad
commissioner nt large, superlntond
ontH ot water divisions one nnd two:
Judge of circuit eourta, department
four. Multnomah county, and in tho
Tonth and Twelfth Judicial districts;
dlatrlct attorney In Union county,
state senator In the Flrat, second,
third, fourth, alxlh, ninth, tenth,
twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fif
teenth, nineteenth, twentieth and
twenty-third senatorial districts, and
representative In the legislative as
sembly in all dlatrlct.
Thla I also the last date on which
enndtdatea may tile ortralta and
atatementa In their favor, or on which
opposing arguments may be filed for
publication In tho campaign pamph
lot. April IS la tho last day on which
nominating potltlona may bo filed
with thu county clerk for county or
MUT 1 fa 'the "tiny tho Registration
ltonka mtiBt close, according to an
opinion of tho attornoy general.
May G la tho last day on which tho
accretary of state shall forward cop
ies of the election pamphlet to reg
FIRST TRAIN IjlOEIN 20 YEHRS
Dnvld Hill, Plonker or Centrnl Ore
gon, Knjoya l'ullmiin Trip.
David Mill, pioneer settler of Cen
tral Oregon, took hta flrat ride on a
train, laat Thursday night. In $0
year, and to make It more auapl
clou he enjoyed the luxury ot a Pull
man. Mr. Hill wont to Portland,
whence he expected to go to Raleiu
and other plncea In the ml ley and on
Mr. Mill came to Crook county 14
year ago and took up n homoatoad
aoiith of Ilend. Hla Insi ride on n
train waa back In Utah, ho left the
railroad nt a llttlo placo numod Hel
ton, taking tho atnge thoro westward.
Ho anltlod first In Knstern Oregon.
In 1882, conducting a fcd stable.
Lntcr ho wan engaged In Mheep min
ing, gradually drifting Westward un
til ho reached horo. Mr, Hill platted
and owned tho townslto of Harper,
south of Ilend, which he aold laat
year. Ho hna also disposed of hla
homestead nnd will try Ufa In tho
coast country for nwhllo, but somo of
his friends predict that ho will bo
bnck In Ilend within six month. Mr.
Hill camo originally from Iowa.
OPTIMISM IS RETURNING
Itnllrosd Man Hay Kvrrytvlicro Itct
tor Feeling Prevail.
W. C. Wilkes, assistant general
pasaengcr agent of tho 8. P. & S.
Itallway system spent yesterday In
Ilend calling on tho business men
and ascertaining tho general buslnew
"There la a strong feeling of op
timism ovorywhero now," be said,
"and everybody seems to feel that
tho period of dullnca which has pre
vailed for some tlmo I atiout over.
In Portland during tho past ten days
thero hoso been a very marked
change In the conditions a decided
Improvement In every line. Hero in
Ilend, too, It seems that there Is a
similar reawakening, nearly all the
business men with whom I have talk
ed speaking very hopefully."
Mr. Wilkes returned to hi bead
quarters In Portland Inst night.
SPRING COLONIST RATES
Low Fare Period to Kxtend From
Mnrcli in to April 1.1.
Railroads In tho Northwest aro be
ginning to advertise the spring col
onist rates which will be In effect for
30 day beginning with March IS.
Tho rates will bo tho aamo na In for
mer seasons $33 from Chicago, $30
from Missouri river points and $25
from the Colorado roglon. Although
the reduced rates will be advertised
to a considerable oxtont tho roads
atato thoy will make no special offort
to Induce organized parties of home
seekors to come West.
They state that heretofore the low
rates have been taken advantage of
by wage-earners, principally, and that
but few bona fide homeseekers are
generally Included In the large par
ties that come out each spring and
fall. Genuine would-be settlors will
comn at vny time of the year without
waiting for apeeial rates.
WINTER CRUISING OF TIMBER
- . . .- . . . .
DtYchiitCM Fore Servlr Men Will
Work on Hnovrshoc.
Wlntor cruising ot timber ia to be
tried, beginning this week, for the
flrat tlmo In tho Deschutes National
Forest. If tho work can bo carried
on aucccasfully it will be continued
for about two months.
Tho timber to be cruised Is In tho
vicinity of Dig fltver ranger station,
and as thero Is muoh snow In that
region tho mon will wear snow shoes.
A crew of probably four mon will bo
engaged In the work. In charge ot
Forest Assistant Will J. Sproat.
ASK HL'HAL DKI.1VKKY CHANGItS
A petition la being circulated to be
presented to the iotal authorities
asking for changes and Improvements
In the rural delivery Borvlco out of
Ilend. Instead of the present tri
weekly service the petition asks for
n dally delivery on the present route,
which runs out of town about olght
miles, and a trlweekly servlco from
tho end of this line out of Alfalfa.
Alfalfa Is now on a star route with
a delivery throe times n week.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C. COE, President E. A. SATIIER, Vice- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashior
Capital fully paid - - $25,000
The new Gurrency Bill is now a law.
Panics are a thing of the past.
added to the banks of the U. 5., and;
therefore to the people,
This, is the greatest piece of construc
tive legislation passed in fifty years.
We cannot put its many provisions in
writing for lack of space, but will be
pleased to tell you personally of the many
admirable features of this bill, which are
for your further safety and welfare. ,Gall
and talk to us about it.
TSk FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C Cob E. A Bather C. S. IIudsox
O. it. PATTEnaotf ir. C. Elms
LM) BOARD IS
BUT WEST WILL KEEP
Hoard Pasaeti Ttceolutions Opposing
Further Carey Project -Torn
North Canal Proposition Down
Attorney General On "Facta."
Pursuing bis announced Intention
of working for the consummation of
the North canal proposition set forth
hero on tho 17th Oovcrnor West, at
a meeting of the Desert Land Board
laat week, presented a resolution put
ting the board on record as favoring
the reclamation of the unit through
atato and federal co-operation.
Though the to to of the board was un
favorable the Governor announced
tlrat It was by no means final and that
he would continue to push tho matter
This action was taken after the
passage of a resolution offered by
the Governor providing that no fur
ther requests for temporary with
drawals be entertained and with oth
er provision as well which strictly
limit the promotion of further Carey
act projects In Oregon. The comploto
resolution was as follows:
Whereas, it appears that slnco tho
first segregation list was filed with
tho State under the Carey Act In
April, 1902, thero nave been filed
from tlmo to time About 30 similar
vwregatlon lists covering In the ag
grogato, round numbers, 750,000
Whereas, it appears that but two
concerns havo during thn 14 years
time fully completed thIr prujeit.
ttw srrae being:
Brownell Desert Rectamatlott
Association 240 sores
Deschutes Iteelamatlon & Irri
gation Co., 130 acres
Total 1B20 acres
Whereas, the Columbia Southorn
Project went on tho rocks and had to
bo taken over by tho State In order
to protect Its good name, and
Whereas, others aro experiencing
financial difficulties which can only
lead fdtheS(atts having to come to
the rescue, and
Whereas, as a rule the said Carey
Act Projects In the State have not
proven a success, and
Whereas, the State Is demonstrat
ing upon the Tumalo Project that
these lands can be reclaimed by It
In less time and at leaa cost than by
prlvato corporations, be It
Resolved, 1. That no further re
quests for temporary withdrawals be
entertained or preliminary contracts
be entered Into.
3. That no further permanent con
tracts be entered Into where the pre
liminary contracts exist unless an
iron clad guarantee Is forthcoming
that the lands will be speedily and
3. That no further extension ot
time bo granted upon contracts un
less It can be shown that work Is bo
Ing carried on In a faithful, business
like nnd satisfactory manner and as
surance can be given that the work
will bo fully comploted at an early
4. That all such projects should bo
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and safety has been S0