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The bend bulletin.
iii;nd, ouf.uon, ui:im;siav aiti;iioo,v, april h, ji i.
312,(1 A Hfl
KIECENT STRIKE DID
WiiStr tin Stale Projrit, Allliouuli
Not IHkIi, CouiMiro Piitornhly
Willi Tlio.o Puhl Now For ldilmr
Fhumlicro In (lie Northwest.
Ait assured monthly nypmidlturo tit
WNKI Of Ht laaat 112,001) U lltn KOftl)
news n the Tj'innlo Project, accord
Inr to 1'rokcf i;iiKliK-iir O. Lnurganrd
vim who hi ft) wn Monday,
"Our April payroll wan hIiohI
thnt." wild Mr. UurKmml, "nil I ho
l'tvn tint amount will never bo loss
The li 'in tiouhlo or nny propor
tions nil (ho ProJoH occurred Inst
Wpdniwdny, when oniplnyson Ht Cnnii
1 Ninrtwl ii ntrlko. TliHy demnndHd
ti.nn a day fur labor, nml 17.20 for
four homo tonm nml drher, both for
lht hours. Tim demand, which
wan abrupt, mot with prompt refusal,
ml according lo Mr. Lsurgnnrd with
Ih Ivmi hour ho had hired 17 teams
tf 10 now mou to roptnee tho (10
tnn mill JO tmuim which had struck.
Ther In now ompbiymonl on the
jirojuci for ikjihh morn men nml
"I wish wo could pay tnorr," said
Mr. MHrganrd, spanking of tho
trlk, "Hut w ean'l vory well. Our
m? I fsf.no n ilny for wight hour -nil
the state Inw allow atnlo oinploy
en to work nml our chnrito for
hoard In IS. IS n wHok. The railroads
r how paying I1.7S n day, nml
charging 10.00 for hoard. In addi
tion wh nro paying four per cent In.
wuranra on nil our men."
After tho strike, leaders of the
lunramont t legrnpliHl to I'ortlnml
IniKir agendo, no Hint during the
wHk. labor imitators nml I. W. W
mi displayed banner there Inwrlb-
nr "Htrlko on Tutnnlo rroject. Don t
be n Hrnb."
However, Mr. Lnurgaanl nnyn he
wilt mnko every effort to keep hln
ratnpa full with local men, nn hn do
wires In npnnil nil hn" win whoro It
will iiiny In tho country nml ho of fur
thnr anie lo devnlnpmont. Hut n
Hit rxnmplo of whnt hn enn get on tho
outside If noennrv. ho slated thnt
Porter Ilrothnrn of Portland have of
fered him in tenuis for fSC per
I'.woitAiu.i: nuw hhcoht.
The crop report leaned yoatordny
ly the Deportment of Agriculture,
Kl eatlmntwi mid comparison nn of
Atrt 1, ahnw n n rondltlon of rnH
nnd llMitork In OroRou which la hot.
ler in nlmimt ovory reapect than III
1913 nnd In romimrlaon with tho nv
irne for the tnat 10 ream. The
Mturea nre nlao Uailer for the atntn
than for the trnltml Htntea. I'rleea
nre liettor, too, In everything but
or ii nnd potatoo. atnndlHK higher
than In the rent of the country.
I'lltST llAMi (JAM .
The lmo hull nonaon opened hero
Hnturday when n tonm from Hed-
' monil defontud n locnl team ma do up
of Kchool ooya nnd other by n acorn
of 0 to 7. The llond I on in han ro.
reutly heoii orRnnlied nnd I prac
ticing dully. Hull hnvo Uen donnt-
, od hy A. L. I'renoh.
Keep Your Valuable
Papers In Our Vault
Tito liot ami aufcat plnro lit tlio uorlil to
kt-rp lira nml llfo liimmiuro miIIi'Im, nolo
coiiiImk due, morlKiiitca, deed In fnrt nil
nlunblo pnport. la In n lire-proof vnult.
Hvcry one ciiunot ntTord to (into a alccl
vnult, or even n tiro-proof aufo In lil homo,
but every ono enn iitronl to keep Ida vnlu
utile piipetn lu our vnult becmuo tlio reutnl
churned la iin iioIIiIuk compiitcil with tho
Von inn lenno n ateel box with n non
plcJinhle, Yulo lock bl enouuh to contain
nil your vnlunblo pnioi- lualdo our vault,
for only J?'J.0O u year.
Drop In next tlmo you're piumlng. ,
Deschutes State Bank
HucccBNor to the
Deschutes Banking & Trust Comjuay
D. FEUriiflLlii Proa. P. O. MINOR, Soo'y.
' Hi M, LARA, Oashlor.
II, Forroll, F. 0. Minor, E. M, Lara
Ijiruo Deli'Kiillon From I'rlnrvlllo
nml Redmond A hi lit In (.Vn'imtiilci
Vliin Hplrnillil Srw lmirtern
nm Ooillaitcil Miwiy I'ntMit
On Thurmlny nlxht tho I lornl ImIkii
of Munuiim formnlly opeiiMil tholr nnw
hnll hore. Tlio ileOlcntlon of (imr
liirn wtiro (mrllctpnlod In ly nonrly
100 MnwuiN, maklnx It thu InrKeat
KntliorliiK of thu order uvur nwminhl
oil In Contrnl OroKon.
I'rom tho I'rliiovllle lodge en mo 20
di'Kflton and from Itwlinond 0. Aftnr
nu oxtomlod iiifotlnc In tho IoiIk'.
ilttrlitK which I'rliirvlllH otllcurn iimlor
'nut dm ml Mimlor T. M. Ilnldwln
put on third dewrtw work, nml Hid
tnoml olllcfirn it Int doKri'o under J.
V., O, A. Myom, t ti company nd
Journod to ii ono o'clock mippor nt
tho Pilot Hutto hotel, whoro rHfronlc
inoiit for tho Innrr mnn wn Rorvod
nml n hnlf doioii Mpenkern furnUheil
Tho hull which wnn opened hy tho
ceroHionlmi of tho ovcnlnx In on the
hmouiI lloor of the new DwicliMton
Invent tnvut Compnny luilhlliiK nt the
corner of Orison nnd Wnll ntreeln.
The riMim Itnolf In 26 hy 70 feet, nml
In every pnrtlctilar U nulnhwl nnd
furnlnhed nnd lUhted In ncoordnnce
with the dent modern method.
Tho lloor Is of maple nnd the lodge
furniture of onk. In connection with
(Continued on tail pane.)
THREE SUBSTANTIAL GARAGE
BUILDINGS TO BE ERECTED
Work rommrnritl on llrlrk ItiilMlnn
On IWmil Strrt-t for llcml (inrnue
Co. Wcnnn.ly nml Miller llullil
Three uhHtnntlnl Mro proof KnroRo
hulldliiRa now aceiii naaurcd for Hand.
The Wotiandy ntructurn ulrondy lg.
undor way. Tho Horn! (Inrnxn Com'
pnny hn atnrted n hocoiiiI, nnd It la
nnuounccd thnt H. A. Mlllor will
erect n UulldliiK to ho occupied hy
II. II, Dcynrmnnd.
K. II. Ilrunka nnd T. W. Hnrdy,
coinprllnc tlio iiend (inrnRe Corn
imny, nre hulldlUK on lot KLof block
9. on Hand ntreot nearly ilmoilto
tho lined llnrdwnre Compnny. Tho
proMrt I owned hy n. 1. I'utnnin,
nnd the hulldlnic la uk erectml un
der n leaalHK arrangement. It will
Im r.o bv ion feet, nnd of l.rlrk O. W
Taney la UoIhk the brick work, nnd
the atructure la lo be completed early
Work on the Wennndy Mvery Co.
Karane on Hawthorne atreet, which
ha Ihmmi procomllnK alowly for aome
time, la now to bn hoKun In onrneat
and the Inilldlnit carried to eoiuplo
tlon. It la to bo SOxlOO feet In alzo
nnd built ontlrely of atnno with n ce
ment floor. Tho foundntlnnn nro nil
In nt the preaent tlmo nnd noaordlng
to l I,. Kox tho hulldlnir will bo
completed In nix wcoki.
Nothing doflnlto hna boon nnnounc
ed reKnrdliiK the Miller hulldliiR for
Derarmond. Tho propoaed location
la lot 12 of mlock 9, on Hond ntreot.
After Investigation By Oregon's Military Leaders
Bend Location for Summer Drills Pronounced
Satisfactory Means 2000 SoldiersTroops
will Include Both Infantry and Cavalry
The tnnnouvora of tho OroRon Nn
tlonnl Guard will be held at Ilend
tills ntiinmor, nlmoat certainly. And
In addition to tho Guard thoro will
ho a regiment of rnRulnra oueampod
hum fur a mouth. Thl moana that
In oxcw of 2000 Moldlern will bo
atatlonvd clomi to town In July, nnd
that Hond will reap all tho hiuiofltn
of tho expenditure coiiiIiik from
audi a InrRu body of men n woll nn
thon of the vMtora who will ho at
trnctHl by tho manuiivera here, not
to mention the future henelltn of tho
All day yoaterday Adjutant Gen
oral W, K. Klnr.er of tho OroRon Na
tional Guard, and Colonel C. II.
Martin. oommnndltiR the Third Ore
Ron Infantry, fnmlllnrUed tliHiuaolvea
with Hond nnd tho nurrouudliiK coun
try. At (ho end of the examination
both declared themelvoa aultod on
tlrely. "You may nay wo nro entirely nat
lulled with Ilend a a location for the
maneuvers," aald General Plnxor lat
ulRht. "We hnvo aelected a camp
alto hetwaeu town and Pilot Hutto
which meet nil requirement I'nlee
aome vory unforeauen olmtacle Intor
feroa the mnneuver will M here."
Itefore nlwolulely definite nn
nouncement can be tnnde n number
of detail muat be looked Into. These
concern tratiaportatlnn nnd other
coat, dlatnncn of mnrchea In, nnd
other matter thnt muat be taken up
with the regular army nuthorlttea.
However, every nnntiraiire waa Riven
that no Ullilcultlen neml be feared.
Probably within two weeks the otll
clal announcement will be mnde.
Artillery nml Cnvnlry, Tm.
The troope will cotnn here July
13 The National Guard, bealdo Itn
full regiment, will Include n battery
of field artillery. Troop n of the cav
alry nnd nn ambulance coriyt. Tho
Guard will come by train, nnd will
remain hero ten day. Tho regulnra
will bo the 21nt Infantry, now sta
tioned at Vancouver Ilarracka. It
la probable they will inarch In, olthor
ncros tho mountain from KiiRuno
or from Tho Dalle, or perhhps In
ono way mid out tho other, Thoy
Work Will Ho Finished by April S.1
Final Dimension., Ot(.l Fret.
Good progress has been mado on
tho now rofrlgurntltrg plant In the
past week. Already tho frame work la
up nnd tho lee making machinery is
on tho road. At prosent Indications
tho plant will bn In operation on
April 28, the date set in the- con
tracts. The building In Its final dimen
sions la 40xG6 feet, a room HxtC
having been provided for tho cream
ery in case It accept tho power coin
IHnya offer for tho room rent free.
Thoro will bo In addition space for
oo Id atoraso mid Ice storage as wolt
aa that oocuplod by the machinery.
The work la employing 12 men and
with tho othor construction now go
ing on moana n substantial addition
to the ordinary pay roll disburse
ments In tho town.
I " ' For ALL
S ' A COMPLKTH LINK OF STIUCT- 3
( , IiY I'ltltSII STOCK TO CIIOOSK j
( ' l'UOM. Ol'll IMUCK IS STILL S
) AT T1IK IIOITOM V
r 1 Call and See Our i
m' !;. HARDWAiRE ,; ;
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U I RS HERE
will remain a month, Tho two regi
ments will have more than S000 men.
Laat year the eneampment wnn at
Tillamook, whoro much rain serious
ly Intorforrod wlUi the comfort of the
maneuvers. Tho certainty of fair
weather hero Is ono of tho Impor
tant factors In tho choice of Hond.
General Fluzor la In command of
all Oregon troops and has seen oxton
slvo Horvlcu. Col. Martin la a regu
lar army man, und previous to com
ing to Hond leaa than n year ago, to
tako charge of the National Guard
regiment, was on the General Staff
The gonornl and the colonol wore
hrotight In by W. V. Cheney, arriving
on tho morning train yoaterday. With
thorn catno C. II. Moore of Portland,
Aftor n day of strenuous trips In
nutos tho visitors wore tho guesta of
honor at a dinner given by tho Km
Idem Club at tho clubhouse u.'tor
which they deimrted on tho night
During Uie day excursions woro
made went of (own, through Laid
law, up tho river, In tho vicinity of
fllMtmore meadows, and eastward
through tho Grange Hnll territory.
Late In the afternoon tho pnny
ojlmbed Pilot Hutte. gaining a com
prehensive view of the country.
Hmblem Club'a Dinner.
Tho evening banquet was at
tended by -10, somo 20 being gueata
of the Itinblem Club. While the early
arrival of train tlmo cut the affair
short and limited speechmaklnR. the
evening proved an enthusiastic one,
and the reception accorded them evi
dently pleased and Impressed tho mil
A. M. Prlnglo, decked out farci
cally aa a soldier man, with many
modal blossoming on his brass but
toned front, waa toastmastor. Tho
speakers of the evening were Mayor
ii. A. Miller. It. II. Gould, manager
of the Commercial Club, Vernon A.
Forbes, atate representative, U. C.
Coo. K. M. I-ara, G. P. Putnam. C. S.
Hudson and W. D. Cheney. Heforo
Gonornl Flnxor and Col. Martin could
bo hoard from It was necessary to
mnko a hasty break for the train.
POSTAL BUSK INCREASES
Amount XccoMtry for Second Clan
Oniro I touched.
Tho buslnoas at the looal post of
fice In tho past four quarters having
readied the amount required for a
aeeoBd class offlce it Is expected that
the advancement to the higher grade
will be made shortly. The amount
of bualaeas required for the change
In rating JS.000 In four quarters
waa reached, according to tKwt-nias-tar
Ford's figures, and a little more,
tho total figures being $8,318,
t Aside from the standing glvon tho
town by tho now rating and an ad
justment of salaries In tho office irV
self, tho ohlof Item of Interest looal
ly, Is the understanding that tho gov
ernment will tako over tho ownorshlp
of tho box equipment, reimbursing
those, who oontr'buted toward Its pur
chase last year.
BE IN ICE PLANT
TO HAVE SPACE RENT
FREE ONE YEAR
ItCHtilt of La Pino Meeting on Friday
Fiivorable Next to Last Htep In
Formation of Comitany Taken
Xainc is C1iocn nt Meeting-
As a result of the favorablo aontl
inent expreaaed at the meeting at La
Pine Friday night tho next to tho
lost stops were taken Saturday after
noon toward organizing the creamery
which han been undor discussion for
tho past five weoka. This action was
takon at a meeting, held after the
luncheon at the Wright Hotel, nt
which representatives from the far
morn nnd tho Commercial Club dis
cussed with T. H. Foley, of tho nend
Water Light" & Power Company tho
proposal to uso a portion of the re
frigerating plant, now under con
atructlon, for the creamery. Mr. Fol
ey Htatod that tho plant waa being
built of sufficient Hire to accomodate
the creamery If It wished the quar
ters and that hla company would fur
nish tho necessary space rent free for
ono year, charging only for the water
and ower used.
L. C. Iloberts, roprosontlng the far
mers, who haa taken so much Inter
oat In the formation of iho creamery,
said that ho believed with tho ex
pensoa so low aa would be possible
under Mr. Foley's offer there could
be little doubt of the success of the
project and It was agreed to proceed.
"Central Oregon Farmer's Creamery
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COHTIHUES SOUTH OF BENO
Crew Itrprcscntlnx Four Companies
Still nt Work Jtcporl of Contem
plated Ileal Milling Plausible
Woyerhaousor timber cruising op
erationa nro continuing south, of here.
Tho same crew which cruised the
holdings of the Deschutes Lumber
Company west of the Deschutea noar
Hond recently Is engaged In more
cruising soutn of Lava iiutte.
Bach of tho four cruisers repre
sents a different Weyerhaeuser com
pany. William Helmcr Is from the
Potlatch company. W. A. Aakenfelter
reprosonta tho Uonner'a Forry com
pany. Hewitt tho Rutledgo & Davlea
company of Snokano and James Mur
ray the Holae & Payette company.
Little Information la forthcoming
as to Just what the cruise means,
but there seems every reason to sup
pose that large deals are pending.
Color In glvm to the assertion that
the Weyerhaeusers contemplate mill
ing hereabout by tho faet that it Is
known that one of their Important
mills haa about consumed all Its
available timber, making It probable
that the plant will be placed In a new
ALL WAIt HANTS CALLHU.
County Treasurer Jordan haa call
ed all county warrants, putting the
county once more on a cash basis.
The collections up to March 31 were
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C. COE, President R. A. SATHEK, Vioe- President
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully wild - - - 836,000
Parties contemplating taking Home
steads in the new lands just eliminated
from the Forest Reserves, should bear in
mind that Bend is the closest Banking
town to these lands.
We are making a special effort to be
of service to new people coming into Gen
Gall and see us and arrange your fi
nances, so you will not have any trouble
in having your checks cashed.
TEi FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
U. C. Cob E. A. Sather o. s, Hudson
O. M. Patterson II. r. Er.1,13
MAN ON LAND
C. O. I. Co. Water Users Association
TaIccm Action nt Saturday Meeting -Sentiment
TounttI J, II. LewU
Ilecomcn More Favorable.
Important notion In line with tho
recommendations made by Stato En
gineer Lewla on tho occasion of his
recent visit was taken at tho quar
terly meeting of tho Central Oregon
Irrigation Company Water Usora" As
sociation hold at Powell Hutto Satur
day afternoon. Resolutions woro
passed calling for the patent of
lands actually under settlement and
cultivation by their owners ahead of
unsold lands and those held by ab
sentee owners and a committee was
appointed to present the matter to
the Desert Land Hoard.
A resolution was also passed call
ing on the board to make a thorough
Investigation of the company's canals
during tho coming season and the
lioard was pctltionod to inform tho
association of the time of the meet
ing at which the question of opening
further lands for sale would como up.
P. II. Dencer of Ilend and Harvey
Harris were appointed to attend tho
meeting and present the resolutions
on behalf of the association.
Other matters discussed woro the
question of forming local bodies in
tho different localities represented In
tho association and a possible changs
In tho tlmo of meeting in order.to
retain the services of the present sec
retary. A few new members were
admitted. From the remarks made
by sereral of those present It waa ap
parent that Mr. Lewis made a favor
ablo Impression on tho settlers who
heard him last week nnd thnt his at
titude wns better understood and
appreciated than ever before.
Tho resolution In respect to pat
ents adopted at tho meeting waa aa
V.Wberean It.appoarsithat there Is
no Inccnt're for the companv to se
cure patents for land on which the
settlers Hen baa been fully paid, nnd
"Whereas, settlers who have boon
cultivating and Improving their
placea must secure title in order to
borrow the money for necessary Im
"Do It Resolved, that It la tho
sonso of settlers on the Central Ore
gon Irrigation Company's Project
that the Desort Land Board refuse
to approve for patent any unsold
lands until such time aa all sold lands
have been fully provided for, and
that In making up such patent lists,
proferonce bo gjvon to those lands
which are new being cultivated by
IlLANCHARH FOR COMMISSIONER
PRINEV1LLE. April 8. It Is un
derstood that J. A. Hlanchard has
been put forward aa a candidate, for
the Republlcqn nomination for coun
ty commissioner. In opposition toR.
II. Ilayley of Latdlaw, who Is running
for re-election. If tho report Is truo,
this would give tho Priaevlllo coun
try a candidate for ovory ofllce at tho
coming election. Dlanchard former
ly was a oandldato for county judge.
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