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flKNII, OJCf'OOV, WKDNKHDAV AFTKHN'OOV, JAM'AIIY (I, 10 J 5.
-fA-isr "mt i ass-
: BE DISKED
Rend IH'IckiiIuh Loft liht Nlglit mill
'Ami .Meeting Willi Others From
IVnlrul Oregon THlny to Agmi
on Program LUl of Delegate.
Hamuli for tlio IrrlKtttlon Congress
I which tiiauln lit Portland Thursday.
, Friday nijil Haturilay of IIiIm v,ook,
oviir 40 dologatos loft lhtnd lust night
ox peeling lo bo Jolnocl nt points along
tho lino by ilfdogalo from othsr lo
valltli'S who will net' with lliom In
urging Ihu extension or reclamation
lrJtta In ciintml Oregon by statu
mill federal nlil. Toilay thoy nro con
ferring In rorllnml to ngreo upon u
Volley to recommend lo tlio conitrfss.
I'ortlnml forecasts of tlio nrtlnn In
taken by tlio Deschutes vnllny del-
egaies innieuiH nn expectation that
tiy will onk not only n congroa
idonal niiroirlntlau hut mm from tlio
state also by which to Insure getting
tli fund pledged for cooporatlve work
bj Hoonilory Uuin.
' On Xiimlity tho Orngonlan said:
"The riHrunl nnouneeiusmt of Hooro
,tary Lane uf thu Interior Department
that lie will not oikhi an npprnprln
Hon by the federal emigres of $460.
ooo Ui Hintoh thtt expenditure made
by tlio atato on tlio Tunmlo project
ban Aumml the Crook eounty MWinla
Mo oast longing eyrxi toward the na
tional treasury. They believe that
by 'standing la' with the foderal an
'IhnritlM they ma secure that expen
diture for Crook county.
"It la probable also that the Crook
'county delegates will aik the ntnto
legislature lo approprlatn on nillll
tlonal $100,000 or f (00.000 to bo ox
pended In co-operation with the fed
eral nuthorltlmt on further reclama
tlrn work In central Oregon, In no
Vordnnco with tlio standing offer of
. "II la tlili latter bill In wliloh the
federal orflolala nro sold to bo Inter
ested. Thoy want futiiro Irrigation
, work In the state to bo dono on tlio
The lllffrrriit Projects.
Whatovor tlio notion tnknn to ol
1aln roclnntatlon funda thoro la ox.
Ice.ed to bq morn, or las oj n light
between thoMirrornnt JotloEs6f the
Deschutes yalluy represented at tjio
nicrrsa nn 10 which project suouiti
FREO WALLACE ENDORSED
BY SETTLE05JN TUHALO
ImIiIIkh I'ollw WiiiiI Prwenl Irrlftii-
lloti Malinger HctHliM'il mill IVtl-
tluii llomit to Keep IIIim on Job.
(Mpuolal to Tim llullatln)
HALIBM. Jan. 1. Tim Ueirt I .nml
Hoard la In racolnt of it hutttleii from
Tmnalo project ttlrs urging tlio
poiilluuaiiee of Fred Wallace of Ultl.
Inw na Irrigation uiannaor of tho
project nrtor Hiiglnoor LnurgaNrd ro
Korly HKttlom hIkii the lmtltlnti
which la oouohed lit tho moat uruilt
leriim. u rsoitea mat Mr. Wallloa
Iim lived contliiuoualy within the
iiouiiun or rue project for ovor tor
yoara, and tella of hla Intlmato fmnll
Inrlty with tho work mid Ita nrob
loiiiN, na wollna ImliiKn IiIkIi tuatlmn.
iilni to hla pnraonnl popularity.
While no doubt tho potltlon will
havo Kront wolcht with tho bonrd. It
la auppoaod tlult Jlnnl notion In tho
iimllor will be ibtferrH unlit It la
fcoou whnt lawa. if any, tlio ItKlelaturo
will unnnt for tlio adinlnlatrnllon or
tlio project It la genernlly under
atood that Ilepraauntntlve I'orlioa la
framing n bill covurlng Tuinnlo oil
RALPH BROWN SROT
CVitiiinliiloiier Itroun'a Sou Killed on
New Wiir'a liny,
Itnlph Drown, tho only aon of
County CommliMlonor Wlllli W.
Ilrown, wna ahot nnd liiHlutitly klllrd
by Claronco llcttlx aa ho wna ro
turnltiK lo hl homo with hla wlfo on
New Yoar'a morning. Ilettla shot
from Inalile the Ilrown home and iiftor
killing Mrown tired a row ahota nt
Mr Ilrown aa he ran toward n
neighbor' for belli.
Tho murderer fled In the hill Im
mediately after the ahootlng. but aur
rendared to Hliortff Chrlamnn or
Waaen Miinty KatunUy morning and
a now ImtMod In tho county Jail at
The Dalle. Ilettla waa nn employe
on the Ilrown much nnd It I under
atiMid that he had been drinking
heavily before tho ahootlng. No mo
tive for hi not I known.
Mr. Ilrown wa known In llond
In company with hla father nnd hi
wlfo ho waa horn luat October on III
war aouth to visit In tho Fort Hook
I'ollimlng Bolectloii uf Ciilvor in Tom.
porory Heat on llllnt Jlillot, Coon.
ty Court Clioont Other Onlocra
.Voxt .Meeting Jmiuary XH.
KEYES CONTINUES AS
Coiumnoliil Clul) MhoiiHbW 'c I'lnn
of Coiiiinlttre Work To lie litre.
lltntel .Movement to Obtain
Hxperliiifntnl Wlit-nt I'urtii
After Inking 340 Imlloln nnd mak
ing no oholoo the county aoiirt of
JafToreon county xelocted Culrar a
tho temporary aeat on tho ?HJat ba.
lot luat Tueadny, aa raporlod fii Tlio
llulletlu n tho following day. Until
tho luat liiillot the voting wna atondy
for Culver. Mndrna nnd Motollua,
onoh reculvlng one voto. Culvor wna
Anally aolncted by tho voto of Com
mlmilonor J. M. King, who hnd until
thon voted oonalatently for Motollu.
Comity JlldKO IIOOUll wn tbn nlhnr
Tho court met In Culvor Monday bo C. 8. Hiidon reported that ho
for Ita nrat formal Hoimlon nfter tho, hnd dltctiaicd with William Hnnley
"",.'1!!? .?!Ld- .? C- y4 tho quoatlon of getting an exoorlmen-
n..n ..i.in.n.ivu uimn irii itiiu. nun iiio . .
court reeolvml written proioiltlana ,nl wuent Iarm I" te homeatoad
from the three lowno Interested n country nnd that Mr. Hanloy had
to what titty would do for the county promlnod to oaalat tho movemsat In
Inut ..Mf.rl..ru ..,.1 .o.ln... ll. .1 ""' WB' PODIO
..-uM i........n n..i .n. .i.u i.i.iui liiu-
Tho elecllon of olllcora for the com
ing year, dliouaalon of a Rtiggoatlon
to abnduot the.. affairs of tho olub
through dlnnillog corfiiiilttce,
Irrigation Congress and tho proposed
experimental wheat farm between
Uond and Ilurns, ocouplod the atten
tion of tho Commercial Club at Its
meeting on Saturday night.
Following the auggostlon made ed
itorially In Tho Hulletln two wueka
NEW COUNTY OFFICERS ARE
INSTALLED IN COURT HOUSE
vnntnifM. Following this the ballot
ing oogati and continued with occa
Hy n roto of tho
mooting Vernon A. Forbes was In
structed to do what be could toward
1tJrt taken up In case tho money
Is provided. A strong body of tho
delegates will Im working for tho
1 Kijrth Canal and another for tho
AVJest unit, adjoining tho Tumato
project, whlln tho Agency plains do-
eleument will also tie favored.
Tim program of the emigre eon-
, tains n number or Interesting
tuocnt nnd eullRhtenlng dlscu
lons or Irrigation problems am ux-
' peeled. Kevernl CanndlAn govern
ment official nro to bo present nnd
, take part In tho speaking. At one
or tbo sotnlons O. I.nurgnnrd, project
'it8lner or tho Tomato project, will
i lsorlho tho work whloh ha has Just
' I.Ut of Delrgntp.
Tho number of dulegnto from con-
trat Oregon Is oxpeeted to bo wall
HAW TAKKH I'l.NOKIlH.
Whllo working with 'a gnsollne
wood w at tho homo of J. A. Ilrln
kley last Wudnesday I.nno Thomas
had tlio misfortune to loso four fin
gera on his right hand. Ho bad plac
ed n piece of dry wood containing n
largo knot against tho saw and In
trying to recover It aftor It had slip
ped from hla hands ho brought his
Angora ngalnst tho saw. Thomas,
who lives opposite tho Wright hoto),
suffered considerable pain for two
days following the accident but Is
now doing well.
slonal ndjoiiromenta until Tuesday getting f).e farm nt the logWatnrr
afternoon, when Culver waa selected. arinK :h cm,nK .rn
Aa soon as the court's decision ""?." , . .,
bad lien proclaimed the selection or 7n tnft """or of standing oommlt
Uio other eounty officers woe made. (ee I'reeldont Keyes aald that the
as follows: W. IJ. Johnson or Madras, suggestion had been mado that aueh
county clerk; W. I Harnett or Mad-1 eomtnltteea bo appointed to which
ras, coualy treasurer: Ira Illack ofls'ioui" be rerorred tho general sub-
Hborlir Knox nml Hurveyor Kelley
Twk omti Miinilay IJlimclianl
Jlecomo Commlnsldner Today.
I'KINEVIM.H, January . New
faces are now In ovldeaee around
the countr court house. Th newly,
locied offlefal took ottlee yeaterday.
and except In the ease of tkc-s who
were r-lMted nro now fitting them
selves Into their new berths, T
others, the new-old officers, Treasurer
jonian and Clerk Ilrewn. Rlroadr Ht
very well which la one of tho rea
sons why they woro re-elected by
sum Handsome majorities.
Hx-Bherlff Hlklns moved from
I'rlnevllle to llond last week nnd yes
terday hla successor. K. H. Knox, took
full charge of tho office. Ono of Mr.
Knox's first acts wa to send out to
tho various deputies bo boa chosen
ofllclnl notices of their appointments.
Hurrcyor Kolley hnn bron aa busy nn
a Pullman porter awcenlnc rice out
Of hla Office nml hn think tin Tin.
flf ttin I ilnnit m wnn.l ll.
... . uu..U U KUUU JUU. V,
lomorow mo county court meets
and Commlssloner-olcct Illnnchnrd
will tako tho seat of tho retiring com
missioner. It. II. Iloyley. Commis
sioner Ilrown has not yet yslgrtcd
from tho court, waiting, It I under
stood, to seo what tho result will lw
or tho appoal to tho Biipretilovconrr
or tne jcirerson county suit nocause
or the recent sad death or his son bo
Is not expected to bo In attendance nt
court tomorrow, ir, nnd when, ho
resign his successor will bo chosen
by Judgo Springer and Commissioner
Illnnchnrd and It Is a gonerallr oc-
copted fact that an oast sldo man will
The Hodmond Commercial Club Is
understood to favor a Slstors man for
the position, J. P. Duekott bolng said
to be the man
OF NEW COUNCIL
IColicrt It. flouM Hiiccrcds George
H. Voung io City Hnglnccr Other'
Ofllcin! Itcinaln rlnlary of City
.Marshal Itolwrts U Hcdiicctl. t '
(Contlnuod on last page.)
IlIHIIOt I'AIIIIOCK HltltK.
Illshop I'nddook of tho Hplsoopal
dlorose of Hastern Oregon arrived
In town flundsy evening nnd conduct
ed services In the 1'resbyterlan
rhiirrh which had been offered him
for the occasion. A large nudlenee
attended the service. Illshop Pad
dock took for his subject. "Tho White
Hluvo Trame." Ha left town Monday
laKH OOl'XTV I.KW.
''ho tax levy ror I-nko county for
tho mr 191S has boon sot at eleven
nml nliio-tonths mllta. Tho nasessod
vuliiutloti of the county la $0.(107,772,
nnd tho am. m t t bo rnisod for
m 'I t y purport 'st:i2.000
Opal City, sheriff: W K. Iloleomb of
Gateway, assessor: Mrs. Rva Knnop
of tintowny, county school superln
tondnnt: K. V. Kgon or Albany, sur
veyor, an applicant: Hid well Cram or
Datowar. stock Inspector W. V. My.
era or culvor was appointed district
attorney by Governor West.
Tho noxt inciting of tho county
court will be hold on January 18, and
In tho meantime It Is expected that
thu appeal from Judgo Ilrndshaw'a
decision In tbo writ of rovlow cuso
v. Ill bo heard by tho supremo court.
Culver remains tho temporary
county sont until tho next general
election la 110, when the permanent
sent will bo chosen by a majority
IIKV. IIAItTHAMT .ItKTAlNnil.
At a meeting or tho members and
supporters of tho Presbyterian church
held nfter tho morning services on
Sunday It was unanimously voted to
retain tbo services of II. C. Ilnrtrimft
mi pastor or the church. Mr. Hart
ranft onmo to llond from jiandon Inst
immnior. succeed ng Rev. Q. II. Wll-
HO.MK Kl'CCKh.SKCIi OHHAMICIUItS.
L. C Hoberts. who Is one of the
most enthusiastic supporters of the
local creamery, has recontlr recelvetl
figures or Interest relating to the
creamery business In bis former
homo In Iowa. According to Mr.
Hoborts. Favetto county. In whloh ho
used to live, contains olght tawnshlns
In which thoro are twelvo Incorpor
ated crenmorles. In tho yonr lust
oadod tho receipts of four of those
croaiuarles woro I231.ril-I.10. Mr.
Roberta saya Hint thoro Is no reason
why rrenojerlM In central Oregon
should not bo Just ns successful.
Jecta In which the community Is In
terestod such as Irrigation, Industries,
roads, city affairs and others and
theso committees should Inform
thamtelvQS thoroughly an their toplos
for the benefit of the club. Mr. Koycs
sam mat no ravorcd uia Idea and
propose! that while In Portland this
week tbo organization or tho Portland
Commercial Club should bo ntudlod
In this connection.
During tho discussion that follow
ed, criticism of tbo Idea developed
but the goncral reeling was In favor
of tho plan nnd a commltteo won ap-
poimetuio looK up tho matter In
Otllcors ror the coming year wero
chosen as follows: President, J. P.
Keyes; vice president, Floyd Dement;
eccrotnry, J. A. Bastes? treasurer. K.
M. Lara; directors, the foregoing nnd
O. S. Hudson, A. J. Kroonort and II.
Tbo Manager's Itcimrt.
Tho following report of tho work
of the club since his appointment as
manager wns presented by II. II. Do
Armond nnd unanimously accepted.
Commercial Club report from Juno
litti. 1914, to January 1st. 191.
To tbo Directors of the Mend Com
The- following is a complete report
or the llcnd Commercial Club cover
ing tbo period rrora Juno Kth, 1914
to January 1st, 191R:
Lllnlanco on hand Jubq 1$, 1914
x IS. HO
Total receipts since Juno 16th
nond's now city administration Js
bow In charge of municipal affairs,
tho now counollmen having taken of
floo yesterday morning and tho may
or's appointments made and con
firmed. Tho meeting nt which this
business waa transacted was held In
tbo morning In order not to conflict
wHh tho departure of the dolcgatoa
y tho Irrigation Congress on tho'
- Tho now counollmen. L. C. Rudow
8. C. Caldwell and E. P. Urostcrhous,
took their seats Immediately after
tho adjournment of tho old council,
which met earlier to clean up nil un
adjusted mattor. Mayor Miller an
notinced tbo appointment of commit
tees as follows: Police, flro end
liquor license, Aune. Knuteen and
Caldwell; streets, nubile wars aad
sewers, Knutsen. Dsvidson and Cald
well: ways and means. Davidson.
Another candidate. I :"" T"'" ""? - '""". "T".
and one who seem, likely to receive' .'Y.""?,!1"'"'!"
me appoinimont. is J. a. Bastes of
This week the llond Company will
start a small crew In the woods to
get logs ready for hauling and will
later put on Ita regular logging
forces. It haa been understood that
logging ror tho Griffin mill would be
gin again soon, but as yet no doflnlto
arrangements have been made.
FRANK MILLKR KICK.
On Now Year's day Frank Miller,
tho cement contractor and sidewalk
builder, wns discovered In bis cabin
suffering from an apopletlc fit Ap
parently ho had been taken III sev
eral days previously and had lain on
his bed unable to help himself. Ho
has been gtven-medlcal attention -and
now has a friend staying with him.
Unless he has another stroko it is
cxpoctcd that he will recover.
dW. Hrosterhous and Aune: come-
At tho Commercial Club luntheonJO. Thorbjornsen .....,,..,,.
Saturday Rov. E. J. Judd Vateui E. T. Hauch ,.vi4f
at a revivalist waa expected toL.Vocath i,.'j.-r..
M.n 4a IIahJ ..h.1 .1... .l. .. I f1,,! CnKv.K J
come to Rend under the auspices of
locel Protestant churches some time
In Fobruarv and that It was desired
to obtain tho uso of tho club rooms
for bis meet'ngs. Discussion of the
tery nod public property. Rroster-
nous. Davidson nnd Knutsen; rules,
order of business and elections,
Caldwell, Aune and Rudow.
The other city officials who a'fo
appointed by the mayor were aU'eon
tlnued In offleo except City Beglneer
George S. Young, who was succeeded
by Robert B. Gould. The salary of
tho city marshal was reduced to
$100. On motion of Councilman
Knutsen tho appointments wero
unanimously confirmed. Mr. Knutsen
was elected president of the council.
A. J. Krocnert of tho nend Flour
Mill Co. appeared be font tbo council
and stated that deeds had been se
cured for a 40-foot street from Well
street to the flour mill and the streot
dedicated to the city end asked that
tho city have the street Improved.
Tblswnjvotedy. -M , ,-j
At the meeting of tho old council',
bills were ordered paid In registered
warranta aa follows:
Goo. S. Young 2C.00
W. G. Woodwards.
W. T. Sharp 4 80
Kd Holmes 7.80
W . J. Shannon 1.50
(Continued on last page.)
WHEN IN NEED of
matter was postponed until the even-' V. A. Forbes 20.00
Uxk meeting of the club and at that
time it was voted to permit the use
of the routs. The revivalist la D. L.
Coale of San Antonio, Texas. Robert
Houston accompanies him ns singer.
PENSIONS AND DKLINQl'KNTS.
According to figures rocontly given
out by the Insurance Commission the
amounts spent In Crook county for
widows' pensions and noor rellof be
tween January and September 30,
1914. woro: Pensions. $3,777.50.
and poor. $C 333 43. Tho total of
dollnni'ont taxes In tho county is
II C Kills 30
M. K. Coleman 26
C. Horgen 8.70
S. K. Roberts 125.00
Rend Bulletin 9.S0
Anton Auno 17. CO
Skuse Hardware Co. 125
Rond Hardware Co C.ll
Owl Phormnay GO
Rend Co 9.13
J. P. Johnson 15.00
Miller Lumber Oo 05
G. Ho r?en 317.50
R. V. L. & P. Co 194.00
G. Rorgen 41.S0
Rend Library 15.00
esciules Kjlaie Oan
SB. fferrtll, ZWsMtnt H. Cart, CauAt,
Stoves or Ranges,
Pnints or Oils,
V. , .
Doors or Windows,
Pumps nnd Pipef
Engines and Windmills,
Light nnd Heavy Hardware,
Auto Supplies nnd Sporting Goods,
or Kitchen Utensils,
S3enb IDavbvoare Co.
THE COMPANY THAT PUT THE
"WKAlt" IN llARUWARE.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
L. - . -L.1 - ' 1
U. C. COE, Prosldont E. A. SATHER. Vlco- Prosldont
C. S. HUDSON, Cashier
Capital fully paid - $25,000
Tho publlo's attontion Is respectfully directed to the
following important provisions of tho new War
Revenuo Ultl. effectlvo ljecembor 1, 1914.
NOTICH -Notes must boar stamps when not exceeding
J110.Q0, two cents; roivoaoh additional $100.00 or
fractional, part thereat. In excess of $100.00, two
DEEDS When tho consideration or valuo of the Inter
ost or property conveyqd, exclusive of the value -if
any lion or encumbrance thereon, exceeds $100 00
nnd does not oxcuod $500.00, .50 cents; and for
ouch additional $500.00 or fractional part thereof
in excess of $500, SO cents.
MORTGAGES Mortgages given to' secure tho payment
of proiulBory notes are oxompt, but thu nptoa which
Bueh mortgages secure must boar tho roquirM
amount of stamps.
CHECKS NOT Hl'HJKCT TO TAX For our own uso and
the uccomcdatlon of tho Public wo have secured n
supply of documentary stamps. Copy of lawa may
bo Inspected at our Ranking room.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
um, ... r- DIRECTORS i'
U. C. COR E. A.SATIIBR
r'. S. IlUDSOX
O. M. Pattehson H.
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