l'AOK a. Tun hkn'i) uui.t.ktix, nmi; ohm., wkdnkhday, dkckmiiku u, 1014, - -iV, " .. M 1 E LDING GOES DESTROYED BY FIRE ' FRIDAY 11 Henkle A Ryan, N. P. Welder nnd It. It. llenklo Hunted Out Loss To MU About $3,000 lMnto disss llroken Telephone Disorder. i The Mutxlg franio building at tho corner of Wall anil Orogon streets was destroyed by tiro Friday night. From the moment tho 'flro was dle cOVorc'd It was apparent that the 1NPW UNITED EFFORT 13 AGREED UPOI (Continued from pago 1.) lotted and that tho mnttor ot th project bo loft for decision qlsowhorrfl Howanl lnvltctl Here. H That this should ho the attitude? tnkon It) tho "Rothl Commercial Cluij was tho fcoMnit cxnroMod at tho luncheon ou Saturday. It was thought proper, However,- to givo tno 0. o. t. Company an opportunity to ex plain Its p'roposltleit" and Saturday night ftoscoo Howard met tho Club and wont over tho now North Canal off or. According to Mr. Howard tho $460,000 would lo-numclent to Ir rlgato 10,000 acres of the North Can al unit noatv Dond jn tho soAtth end oi tno project, i uni . noun woutu J. SlnnotL W. C. 41av,ly nnd Hon. A. W. LitlTerty and 0. N, toc'Arthuf, United States KoprosontntiXUon1, 0 N. MeArthun United States libpro sontatlvo, Hon w. C Haw toy, United Btntos Heirerontitlvc, ami "Do It rurthor llenolvud thhl n copy of this resolution bo sent to the Hon. Franklin K. Lhrio;' Secretary of tho Interior, llon Oswald -Weal, Port land, Ohamber ofGom!ilirco,-J'o.'t-land Commercial Club, Tho Oregon UovoluftmenLonguo, Hon. J. N. Ton!. John II. I.cwls. and llio Oregon. Ir riimt on uonuross. What Portland Think. Tho feeling of tnlluontial Portland men ou tho subject of the allotment from tho reclamation fund Is shown In tho following extract from the Sunday Journal: Joint elTorts nro now being made by Oregon Conservation commission, the Oregon Irrigation congress, and tho Portland Commercial Club Is conjunction with tho commercial or tnnd to benefit moft than ny other fwtlons of Uw Deschutes valley ommunlty was the chlof hrKumotit. oceuro lho t0.000 of govarnmeat money appropriated ror a Central Oregon Irrigation project. Secretary Franklin K. l.nno ot tho community was the. chlof hrgumotit made by Mr. Howard, who said "Practically every dollar spent would coma to llond." In spltQ ot thti apparent opportun ity for tho towhHt was thought best to follow the 'suggestion nnulo as 10 building could not bo aavod and alt, unll,K on getting the money and .n offorta.of tho volunteer flro fighters woro devoted to keeping tho Homes from adjoining buildings. Thoso who wore burnod out woro Honklo & Ryan. It. It. Honklo nud N. P. Welder. The rooms on the Eeoend'fteor ot the bultdlag were not oosupled. With tho exception of a few articles saved by Mr. WeUlor all the contents of tho building wero de stroyed, Including Henkle ft Ryan'a real ostato records, the tiro vulcanis ing apparatus belonging io It. XI. Henkle. and tho Welder stock f paints: Mr. Welder also lost all his persanal bolong;ngs which he had boon storing In the building since the. burning of hs home last summor. Thu&causo of the fire Is not known. It started in the corner oulco and was discovered about ono o'clock in the morning. In a short tlmo af tor the nlnnn was given three lines of hose woro connected with good wnter pressure. Tho high wind blew sparks to the north and as the In tense heat, with the sparks, ondan. gored the building across Oregon street, all trie water was coneentrnt od on It. while the wall ot the brick btiildlBK adjoining prevented no spread ef the flames to the east. Telephone Servico Interrupted. Teward tho end of tho Are the oroes arms on a nearby telephone pole were burnod off and tho cable containing all wires for the territory west of Wall street broken. Ma.i ugor Popo of the Pioaeer company was In town and at once arrangod for repairs to bo made so that the service might bo interrupted for -s short time as possible. A new poto was erected on Saturday and on Sun day, with the arrival of necessary material and a cableman from Port land, the cable was repaired. In this work '200 separato connections had to bo in a do. Service was restored at C o'clock Sunday, or In 10 hours after tho arrival of' tho new cable. Thobceupants of tho building car ried about J3000 insurance which partially covers their losses. On tho building Itself tho loss was about 32,500, wKh insurance of $1500. Several hundred dollars, worth of plate .gUw were broken In noarby tiulldlngn. In B. M. Thompson's store: the glaes was damaged and n the Deschutes bank, across Wall street, both anes ware broken, as was ode pane is the IL M. Smith efore The Patterson windows. -tcit the tak and the Smith bulll Jmc. .pl with cracks. 17 Ul-Uulfel. ,I.M MU it HpMutsig. the owner of the iirn-ai.ull(i:og. JtW la WuHMgton. P'inKlvnia. He m In Band lt ti.ll ov.Tupeinr the construction t tl i. ride lulldlnc on Oragoa stra-rt adjoining the place of the Ore and It is understood that at that time na bad under e moderation plans for a new twlldlng on tho corner which Mtay nw be carried out. Jaat arrived, nice line of oands, nuU. etc You will appreciate -our warm BBth rooms In the cold weather, to the Hon. Qco. The sane trio of barbers is nt your United States Senator, Hon. Harry servtee. Tho Metropolitan. Adv. Lano, United States Senator, Hon. N. Monday tho Hodtnoud Commercial Club was invited Id consider tho mat tor hero with tho rosult outlined nbovo. At tho meeting speeches wero made by V. A. Forbes, Guy Dolwon ami J. W. Howard and resolutions woro ndoped which will bo sent to-Orogon members of Congress nnd others. The Iledmond delegation at tho meeting consisted, of M. A. Lynch, (Juy Oobson, Jnrcd Moure, W. K, Uy ors. Z. Tnlllaferro, C. H. Mol.ollnn, It. I Sohco. Harry Cant, .W. H. Dag. gett. A. Anderson, II. A. Kendall, C. Irwin, h. K. Smith and W.-II. Hobbs. There were also present J. .W. Howard of l.owor Urldge. WIl- llnm Fryrenr of ulst, and X. J. Iam. bort of Orandvlow. Tho Itoxolutlnn.. The resolutions adopted at the mooting wero as follows: "Wheroas In tho early portion ot the year 1913, there was sot apart by the United States Department ot the Interior Heclnmatloa Servico tho sum of $410,000 for co-operative ir rigation work In the State ot Oregoi, and "Whereas the State of Oregon at tho 1913 session of tho legislature appropriated and since said tlmo has expended tho sum of $160,000 (ap proximately) in tho reclamation of arid lands on what ts known as the Tumalo Project In Central Oregon, which is more commonly deslgnatod as Crook county, Oregon, with the understanding that the Federal Gov ernment would appropriate and ox pond a llko amount "Whereas It appears that no dqfl nlto allotment of tho monoy so set apart by tho Federal Government for co-oporatlvo Irrigation work In the Stato of Oregon has not been made and that said allotment will soon ex pire and ..'."Whereas there nro various irri gation projects in sdtd Crook county. Oregon, which tho citizens of Central Orciton desire to have constructed and which will materially add to (he wealth or the Stato of Oregon, and -"Whereas several ot theso projects havo boon Investigated by tho Recla mation Servico of tho United Staton, Now Thoreforo Ho It Kcsolved by the Bond Commercial Club, tho Red mond Ccmniorolal Club and the Low er Urldge Development League In joint meeting assembled at Ilend, Oregon, on the 30th day of Novem ber. 1914. that we urgo our federal officers, our Senators and Represen tatives In Congests to use every pos sible means te secure the allotment of esld sum of $450,000 to some par ticular project within Crook county. Oregon, and we further recommend that ssld money be expended on the North Canal Project or the so-called West Unit Project, as may bo for the beet Interests of Central Ore gon in the judgmoat of the Reclama tion Servico of the United States "And He It Further Resolved that this resolution be forwarded at once K. Chamberlain The Perils of Pauline S T E W R E I L E V S E DREAM S T E W R E I L E V lii) THEATRE Thursday, DEC. 3 Don't Miss trje Story! i'.m ,,;. ::.:;::; Also ' One FARCE COMEDY ' , -,.- ' TO' department of thg Interior set aside this tuna in March. 1D13, recognising Oregon's feat of being first of l tho states to appropriate money (or an Irrigation system. This sum oiiuuts that set aside by tho state for, tho Tumalo project. Tho allotment rx plros on Decembor 31. but may bo renewed up until June. 30, 191G. It not doilnttoty npproprlntod then. Af ter next Juno tho monoy will revert to tho gonornl fund nnd will be avail able only through another congres sional appropriation. Chance It .Seen. Unless Secretary I.ana completes his apportionment of this fund lo Oregon, officers ot tho organisation "mentioned see small likelihood ot being able to socuro further govern. mont expenditures on reclamation projects except by tho tortuous meth od Of congressional appropriate .. Under presont political alignments botwecn tho oast nnd south further reclamation appropriations for tho arid west are considered highly im probable. On March SI. 1913, Director New ell, upon suggestion made by Josoph N. Teal, qhalrman of tho Oregon Conservation commission, nnd repre sentations mado by State Engineer John II. Lewis, recommended the al lotment of the $450,000. This recom mendation was approved by Secretary Lane in June, 1913. When Secretary Iano visited Ore gon In August. 1913. and wns taken up the Deschutes valley on tho Port land Commorc'al Club spcolal trnl.i. he confirmed this allotment lo public utternnces and in prlvnto conversa tion with Governor West, Chairman Teal and C. C. Chapman, secretary of tho Development League. The al lotment was made sulijoct to tho findings reportod by the englnceis who mado a general stato and foil oral survey In the Deschutes valloy. Plan Is IlecoiiimcndiMl. They recommended aa Immediately feasible two projects, ono on tho east sldo of tho Deschutes river porth caht project partly completed by, tho Central Orogon Irrigation Company; the other on tho west sldo of tho Deschutes river closely adjoining the Tumalo project, completed by tho state. Tho friends ot both projects nro actively endeavoring to securo tho government oxpoadlturo In tho locality In which each Is Interostod. Afembers of nolther tho Develop ment LenRtio nor tho Conservation commission nro taking any stand In favor of either ono or the other-project, but are united In insisting that the money be apportioned definitely to Oregon, and that the reclamation erlce expend the money upon that project which, In its best Judgment, will yield the heat results. "Secretary Udd is morsllv and of ficially bound to expend $150,000 In Oregon," sa'd Secretary Chapman vl the Oregon Development league yes terday, "and unless the partisans of ono or the other project become em broiled In a controversy confusing to tho government, there Is a good chance of scouring th?s money for Oregon, as a matter or raet. neither projoct has u dlreot claim upon tho allotment, which wns hedgod about with so many conditions that It could bo withdrawn upon many pretoxts. Mny Lore Money, "As the reclamation fund Is near ly exhausted and as claims nro being mado by aggrossive states through out tho entire west, there Is a strong probabl.ily that Orogon will loio the monoy unions our organizations, through our senators nnd represen- mlnod campaign "To talk ono project at tho oxpcnJo ot tho other or to belittle either of tho projects will easily allow tho federal officials to say that tho peo ple of Oregon are not united and that tho wholo matter had bettor be re ferred to congress. "Local controversies over the west oxtonsloas of the Umatilla project cost tho stato millions of dollars that would havo been expended by tho reclamation servico In this stato, and also held back tho development ot tens ot thousands of acres of land. "It Is to bo hoped that no local controversies will have a similar re. Hult on this $450,000 allotment. Our one chanco to got the monoy fbr Ore gon Is bo Insist that Secretary Lano fulfill hln promlso and lonve It to tho reclamation officials to decldo whero to spond tho money. "Secretary Lane Is undoubtedly anxious to fulfill his promise, but It Is up to tho statu to mako Itself felt, froa from any entangling alignment with prlvato interests or tho parti sans of any particular project," itf THirci'ilturfCntnn?or thk STATIC OF OUIMiOX, KOIl CROOK COUNTY. A. MlPringle, Plaintiff: vs. 1). A. MaalorH, M. it. Morgan, 1). W. Piofco, Katlo Pierce. Francis Gap. vll, Lottlo Capnll, Alex I limn, liar Initio Hos nud A. (I. Imundlgnit, DofonilnnlH. To 01 A. Masters, IJ. It. Morgan, 1). V4 Plorce, Kutlu Plorco, Frauds I'npoll, Lottlo Copoll and A. (1. inunuignn, nbovo named defendants, IN:Th6 Name of tho Htato of Ore gon, you nnd each of you aro hereby required to appear and answer tho complaint illod ngalust you In tho nbovo entitled suit on or boforo tho Hth day of January. 191B, nnd It you fall so to appear nndbitRwer for want theroof plnlntirr will apply lo tho Court for tho rollef prayed for In tho complaint herein, to-wtt: For Judgmout ngalnnt tho defend, ants D. A. Mastorn and A. Q. Lnuu dlgnu nnd each of them for tho sum of $l,f19 00. together with Intorott nt tho rate of 8 per cent per annum from tho 10th tiny ot February. 1914, until pmu. logetnor witn ji&u.oo nt. tornoy foes and tho costs nud dis bursements of this suit. Tar n decree to tho offoot Hint tho lien ot that certain mortgage hearing dale Feb. runry 10, 1911, mado and executed by tho said D. A. Mnstors on tho 8V Vt of tho SUM and II H of tho 812 U of the 8WV of Heel Inn 33. Township 1C, Soiilh of Ilango U Knst. to be foreclosed nud that tho rent property nbovo described be sold by tho Sheriff of Crook county, Oro gon, In tho mannor provided by law and that tho proceeds of ssld sale he applied to tho payment of the eosti of snlo; to tho payment of plaintiff's juugmuni prnycu ror. wmi intorest, attorney foos and costs nnd (hat the Intorest and Urn of tho defendants K. It. Morgan, D. W. Pierce. Katie Pierce. Francis Cnpell. Lottie Cnpo'l. Alex Ilrss, (lortrudo Hess and oarh of them bo decreed to be luitmtiiiiiont lo nnd subject to tho Interest and Hot? of this plaintiff: and that thn plaintiff have Judgment and execution against tho defendnntn D. A. Masters and A. O. J.nunillgan for Any defic iency that mny remain upott nld Judgment after tho application ot Din proceeds of tho sale of said real prop erty. This summons Is served upon you by publloatlon thereof fer six suc cessive weeks In The Ilend Utilletln. a wookly newspaper of general cir culation, published nt Rend. Crook county. Oregon, by onlr at the Hon. W. L. UrndstiAW. Judge of the above ontltlod court, which ordor Is datd 26th day ot November. 1911. Tho data of the first publication bolng December 2, 1011. Tho dnto of the last publloatlon bolng January 13, 1916. VHRNON A. F0RIIB8. 39-46 Attornoy for Plaintiff r FOU will undoubtedly bq.linving pictures taken around the' Holi days, to scud home or to give ns presents, When you do, think of Todd the Photographer, I do nil kinds of hitfli (rrude portrait work, and can give you satisfaction. Wo have a new Hue of up to dale folders In panel, also a new line of leather goods for Xmas. THE ELITE STUDIO Niels PolcrsQti. Dofendnnt. To Niels Peterson, tho nbovo nnmed dofendnnt: In The Name of The Rinlo or Ore gon, you aro hereby required to ctp pqar and answer tho complaint of tlio plaintiff tiled herein against you in tho above entitled notion, on or be fore tho 14th day of January, 101ft. nnd ror want thereof the plaintiff will take Judgmuut against you for tho sum of $IK!).00, together wtUi Interest on $140.00 thereof at the rate ot 7 per cent per unaiun from Mfircb 17. 1914, and Interest fli $ 19.10 thereof at the rnte ot 10 per cent pur annum from Auxust A. mil until imiii. togetiiur w in 120.00 tumey fees nud the costs and tl tiittoairtriinriirt nf I ttlai nallnu This summons Is served upon ytfun" by publication tbdrwif Dy order Of 1 " tho Hon. J. A. Hastes, Judge of the Justice Court of Ilend Prectnet, Orook county, Oregon Onto of tho first publication Is De cember Z. 1911 Dnto af lust publleeljon Is JaHU ary ia, lvia, 1 30-4S 0. in J. A. KAHTUf, Justlee of I'Moe. i.v Tin: JUHTici: court for 1IK.NI PRKCI.NCT, CROOK COU.N. TV, ORKCO.N. M. W. Knickerbocker, Plaintiff; vs. XOTICi: OF KIIKIIIFrK HAI.K. 1 la the Circuit Court of the Htnto of Orogon for the County of Crook. It, M. Thompson, Plaintiff, vs. Vlrgle h. Ilrasflold and (Jeorgo M. Ilrasfleld. Defendants. Uy virtue of an execution, decree nnd order of salo duly Istuod out of the above entitled court lo mo direct ed and dated thn 1st day of Decern, bor, 1911, upon a dooron for thn fore closure of a certain mortgage and Judgment rendered and outernd In ssld court ou tho 35th day of Novem ber, 19H, in lho nbovo ontltlod cauni ami ngnlnst tho defendants mid In favor of the plalntlrf In the sum of six htindrod seventy two dollars with luteiest thereon from tho 15th day or January, 1011, nt tho rate of eight per cent per annum untU paid and seventy dollars attorneys roes and thirty dollars costs nnd disburse, mouls and tint costs of and upon this wilt and commanding me lo mnku sale In tho manner provided by Iut of tho ronl property described In such decree and mortgage and hereafter desorlbftd. I Mill nil TIIURHDAV, thn Slat day of December, 1911, at thn hour of 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of Held day nt tho front door of lho eimity eourtboune In Prlnevllli., Pica k county. Oresnn, sell at pulillu uctv h to lb hlshwt bidder for cash . hand all the right till nnd Inter est of the dludauu Virgo 14. ttrftsrie'tl snd (lrge M. Ilrastteld. or eltlie of them had on the 15th day of November, 1914, the data of thtr Judgment and decree heroin or whleh Mid defendants now have or have atHve Required In and to thn follow ing dosarlwed real proporty tn-wlt: i-ot One of Hlook twenty-six of Rend, Crook county. Oregon, according to. the recorded plat thereof or so much thereof ns may be noeessary to saU liry said Judgment and deeroo withy , attorney's fees, costs nud accruing! 00 Is. gatd proporty will bo sold" subjcot to redemption as provided by law. Dated nt Prlnuvllte. Oregon, this 2nd day of Dooember. 1914. FRANK KLKINH, Sheriff of Crook county. Ily VAN ALLKN, Deputy. Dalo of first publloatlon, Decant her S. 1914. Dato of last publloatlon, Dermn- , bor 3ft, 1914. 39-43 r, tf Uso True Dluo Flouri It Is the best mado and a Ucnd product. Adv. ' , 37 tf Try tho Altnmont for meals. Adv. NOTIOK. Having sold my interest In tho sec. ond hand storo formerly conducted by mo on Rond street to IL O. Rain ey, I hereby give notlco that Mr. Kalney assumes all bills now existing against said business and that same are not to bo presented to mo. J, A. Kelley. 37-41. p Bfe,aaaj MyajLjiKpyWBMgpBWBBjBMBj jesc The Bend Company LUMBER LATH AND c Shingle Tw .v.'4 ' " v, - I !