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THE BEND BULLETIN.
BUND, OIIKUON, WF.DNKNDAV AITKIt.VOO.N, Fi:BIHAHY 10, JI3.
! TO Ell HE
! FOR LUMBERING
RAILS 001 NO SOUTH
Article In Portland Telegram Ilriiewn
7.... ....I .. ...(,........ ll.uullii.,
Il iinilllllMl in iiiirini Kiinii'i"
inriit III .Near Future Khntllii
Timber I'lircliiwo U Cntmo.
PORTLAND, Fob. 0. Hern Is llm
ntory cnrrlod In tho UvoiiIiir Tolo
ram a Friday Issuo regarding pond,
log lumbor mill oporallous nt lloml:
"Am n nmiucuco to tho rccont dis
posal of tho Deschutes Lumbor Com
pony's 00,000 aoron of yellow plno
timber to Minnesota nnd Wisconsin
operators, extension of tho Joint linn
of tho Hill nnd Harrlmnn railroads
nt least n iloxon mllea southward
probably will lia innilo thin season.
Negotiations between tho railroad
companies nnd tho timber operators
tiro now In progress nnd Information
rrom nuthorltntlvo sources In tn bo
ofTeot Hint n donl probably will lio
closed till month to Insurn carl be
KlnnltiK of aonitruotlon on tliu rnll
"Acquisition of this tract by T. L.
Hhevllu. of MlnneniKilli, nnd F. P.
Illxoii of La Cross, Wis., round out
tliolr timber possessions on tho eas
terly ulnpo of tho Cascade mountains
1n Crook nnd Klamath counties to
approximately 180,000 acres nnd
pine them next In rnnk to tho Woy
orheuser TlmlMir Company In sUu of
holdings or Oregon )ollow plno lim
"In tho milo of thoaa 00,000 nero
of timber a ootiplo of weeks uro aliout
93.000,000 changed hands.
"Tho now owners of tho Deschutes
Lumber Company's Inrgo trnct deslro
to plnro thomsolvoa In position nt nn
arlv tlnto to mnnufneturo lumbor.
Their activities will Iniuro tonnage
to tho ml Iron (I ii reaching up tho Dcs
chutea rlvor vallo), nnd since tho
(Continued on last (iiiro.)
TO CREATE NEW DISTRICT
lllll lntroduccri Today l'rnliln for
JcirrnMiii niul Crook CouiitlrM.
(Wpoclnl to Tho Ilullntln.)
HA I. KM. Feb. 10. At tho request
of Representative For lion, Senator
Duller linn todny introduced In tho
Henate n bill pmvldlnR for tht Croa
tian of a new Judicial district com
prising Crook nnd Jefferson oountle.
1 Tho bill la expected to pas.
Tha neeslty for tha creation of
the district arises from the formntlon
of Jefferson oounty. With It added
to Ula other duties Judgo Rrndshnw
lias too many courts to handle, tho
Hovouth district In whloh ho aorvft.
Including Crook, Hood River nnd
Wasco countlea. Blnoo Ita formntlon
' tho torma of court hnvn lieon I nor ens
od by tho addition of ono tor in In
Orook nnd with tho two now torma
now necessary In Jofforson thoro la
inoro work thnn ono JudKo onn ban
dlo. If tho bill passes It will moon
' prnotlanlly contlnuoua court nossiona
In tho two counties with grunt -con'
vonlonoo nnd economics.
NO ACCOUNT IS
TOO SMALL TO
RECEIVE Our PER
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
The Deschutes State
THIO GOLD HTIIIKII.
Aatnta ftom ora tnkati from
(Iik lixar Croftk ooun'ry, whara
v)ld vaa rocmulr dlHiiri"l,
)ino bwn rri)lvad Hi la waak
nhowlnR vnluaa lunnlni from
no tn 120 per ton. Th nawa
U toualrad with Mtlafaotlott by
i Iih original looatnra but un ox-
irnvaRnnt atatHmaiita nr UhIiik
mndb na (boy -iilUtt tlint dtrt
opment tnuKt ro nuirn furthar
bfor tho vhIuhh are ilaflitltaly
jtroved. Work on tho claims la
DINNER OF BEND SWARM OF
HONEY BEESJELD SUNDAY
mbli'iii ('lull lbii)itict Hull Hccno of
Alfnlr Attnidrd by Mmiy Hpi'iik.
era nrv OpIliiiUtlc.
Tho ilrnt dlnnor of tho llond Mwnrm
of tho Order of tho llouoy llco wna
hold III tho banquet hnll oft ho Hm
blom Club Hundny nflornoon. lloaldoa
tho Km bio nr Club, tho pprnnt body of
tho Honuy lloo order, nnd tho local
mnmbora of tho Rwarm, Invlti-d
RiicNla to tho number of CO woro
DurliiR tho coumo of tho dlnnor tho
vnrlniia aotiRa nnd nontonao rhymoa
of tho Club woro minic and rooltvd
nnd nt tho nnd of tho aftnrnoon tho
Ilntoo bnnd Rnvo Ha unliiuo porform
nnco, followlnR which all prraont
Joined In alitRliiR "Auld I.nnR By no "
In tho aponkltiR which followed tho
dlnnor IS. M. l4trn nctod na tonat mna
tor IntroduolnR first J. A. Knatra who
had aa a aubject, "What tho llonoy
lied mcana to Ilnnd." Ho apoko of
tho poialbllllloa of nohlovomnnt opon
to n town whoso cltlxona woro ano
elatod In audi nn order na the llonoy
Ilaa nnd prophealed ft romnrkable
Rrowth for llond. C. H. lludaon miir
Koatod aomo orRnntintlon for tho now
oomera who will bo nrrlvliiR Imro In
KrtMt numborn when tho oxpootod de
V. O. Chenoy, Taboo of the Km
Mom Club, wna Introduced aa "tho
boat friend llond haa." Ilia aubjoet
wna "A IIIr Family." to whlah ho Ilk
iniod tho llonoy llco ordor. Mr.
Chouoy aald Hint ho fait thnt tho
peoplo of llond woro nbout to noe hor
ahlp eoiuo In nnd thnt tnoao who had
hold on woro nbout to rnp their To
ward. Other aponkora wore CeorRo B.
YounR, H. A. Btovor nnd It. W. Saw
yor. REMARKABLE TRACT OF
TIMBER DECLARES ROGERS
MluncnpolU Mini Knya liiiuipillnto
Opcrutloim on I'nrt of Hlunllni
KlRiillIrN limine llcllcrinnit.
ThU la whul A. It. ItORera aald In
I'ortlnnd- Mr llogora la proaldunt of
tho llond Ttmbor Company nnd tho
Itogora Lumber Comiwny. nnd Is
reckoned ono of tho moat powerful
lumbermen In America.
"The moat romarknble tract of pine
timber I havo ever aeon la thnt form
Iiir the holdings of tho Shevlln-lltxou
nnd nthar Intereita In Houtbern Crook
and Northern Klamath countlM.
"It la adapted for eaay and co
nomlral IorkIiir oporntloua. Uniiuea
tlonubly thnt part of tho atnte la on
the evo of n aplnndld development.
In view of tho doproaaed oondltlon
or tho lumbor Induatry, tho fact that
aiioh n trnot of timber lma recently
pigwed Into tho hnnda or men like
Menara. Bhovlln nnd lllxon, who nro
plannliiR Immodtnto opornttona to
plnco tho plno lumbar on tho mnrkot,
la algnlflonnt thnt tho tide la turnlUR
nnd thoy hnvo oonftdonco In tho onr
ly future Indui trial nnd bualnoaa con
dltlona." E. M. LARA
ALL CHANCE FOR THE
Hut CIiiuico IteiunliiN for Half Mill
Tiu HoihI niul linldlnw Alouo
llpprractilt'il nt IlenrliiRa Itoiul
I .my Mny Hufffr na Itcniilt.
8ALBM, Feb. 7-I)lrect Btnto np
proprlntlnn of 1 150,000 for lrrlca
tlon nld In Centrnl OroRon wna Riven
n iloiu of logtalatlvo chloroform In tho
Hoimo Fildny. Only 13 or tho CO
rfiproHontntlvca voted In fnvor of tho
bill dcaplto tho hard flRht put up on
Ita bohair by Hlpklo, Forbca, Unvoy
nnd other men rrom tho Irrigated
Tho IrrlRntlonlata hnvo another
chnnco, though. It la a hnlf mill
lew lor Irrlcntlon purpoaei, but even
'the moat opirtnlatlc ndmlt thnt tho
posalhlllty or RottltiR It throiiRli tno
leglalnturo la allm. Ilowovor, n lmrd
flRtit will bo mndo, and u clone voto
la oxpectod. Tho Houao la far moro
likely to bo frlondly tu tho projoct
than la the Senate.
It la hinted thnt If the repreaonta
Uvea from tho weatern dlntrlet and
rrom Multnomah got too hoatllo to
Irrigation tho onal or the mountain
men will pay thorn back In tho anmo
coin and do their boat to defeat tho
proponed hnlf mill lovy for r'oad
biilldlnR. which la chiefly or ndvnn
tnge to tho woatern country. It la
poMlbln that aomo tradltiR may be
MfTccted nlong thin lino.
Tho Houao Wnya nnd Monm com
mittee reported ndvoraely on tho Id
rlRntlon bill, nlthouRh a lnrRo dole
Rntlou ot I'ortlnnd'a moat prominent
men urged favnrablo notion. Among
thorn woro bnnkora, railroad and
buidneaa men, repreaontlnR tho Inr-
(Continued on lnit page.)
Whether JrffiTMin Vayt, or Xot CYMk
Will Keep Him.
Thnt Crook county will maintain
the county agriculturist unassisted bv
Jefferson county wna tho decision
reached by tho oourt nt Ita meeting
liiKt week. On tho othor hand, If Jof
fernon. which bus now voted against
the axrlculturlat chanRea lu mlna
nad puta up (00. hla services will be
all a r ml witn tnat county.
On the advice of District Attorney
Wirtr thnt the county bal no nuihor
Itv I o do bo nation wa not taken on
the rwiiiwt of the (tend City Coun
cil that nn order be made mat nil
doga In tho county be musalod or
Other bualnoea transaotad by tho
court wna to nrrnnRO to hnvo w. .
Vnn Alton, rormorly deputy ahorlff In
Frank Klklna' otlloe, proparo roiorta
oorrlnR tho work of the shorirr a or
ilea nnd thnt or the oounty clork dur.
Ins tho post oor. All rond vlowora
woro dono nwny with nnd tho court
ordorod that tno various supervisor,
who havo had rond money to spend
In tho past yoar. report. Throo dnya
woro spent lu roIur over roads In tho
oounty east of l'rlnevlllo.
NEW PRICES ON
T1UB MANUFACTURERS nro nt last ready
to market their product on un. honest basis.
Tho roRUlatlon list prices, from which ono buy
or could get a Mvo por cent discount- nnd another
buyer thlrty-flvo por cont, accordliiR to who tho
buyor wna, hnvo been discontinued. Wo have In its
place, a not price list, which la fair to tho consumer,
ns ovory buyor pays tho aamo prlco nnd which rep
reBonta only a aumll profit to tho donlor. ..,
Wo consider tho proaont output ot I)I.MOM
TIIUCS ANI TUHKH thu best on tho market. Prlcoa
nro as follows:
8Uo Tread Tread Tubes
, ,... .- . i ., .
30x3 I 9.00 9.46 2.35
30X3,14 11.00 "-SO 2.70
32X3M. ...... 13.35 14.00 2.80
33x4 19.05 20.00 3.90
34jc4 19.40 20.35 U00
30x4 , 20.50 21.55 4.20
30x4 Vi 27.35 28.70 6.20
37X5 33.30 33.90 0,30
Kenb IDar&ware Gcw
TIIH COMPANY THAT PUT TUB '
WUAU" IN HAltllWAltK.
SPRINGER IS IN
TERM DOES NOT END
TIiIm In Appiirent Ilcoiilt of DocIhIoii
III ;! of Union County JikIro
Hnndeil Down liy Kiiprcmo Oiurt
YcaHi-ilny -lli-imii'n Opinion.
BAU5M, Fobrunry 10. An tho ro
ault of tho dcolslon handed down by
tho Supremo Court yesterday In tho
oneo of J. T. I'hy va. B. I). Wright,
Involving tho term or offlco of F. C.
Henry, county Judge of Union coun
ty It seoma apparent i,hnt Quyon
SprliiRor'a term aa Judgo or Crook
county will not oxplro until January,
1010. Thnt this woe tho cuso waa
predicted In Tho Ilullotln aomo
months ago whon tho (juestlon first
nroiu followlnR tho decision In tho
Clanton case In Multnomah county.
Tlw; exact question as to tho term
of Judgea olected In 1012 wna not bo
foro the oourt nnd, atrlctly ppoaklng,
was not decided In tho opinion Riven
yesterday. It la accordingly possible
that somo later case may change
what now scorns to bo the law as to
these Judges, but this scorns unlike
ly. At atiy rate until such decision
tho law seoma to bo settled as stated
This Is the Informal opinion or At
torney Coooral Coorgo W. Brown
baaod on tho Henry decision and the
language or tho court therein. Mr.
Brown Rave hla opinion orally to a
representative or Tho IlulLotln. but
stated specifically that thorough In
vestigation of tho matter might' pos
sibly disclose somo reason for dlf
Tho Henry Case.
Tho so-called -Henry caso doolded
by tho court yesterday, on which this
opinion la baaed, wna a proceeding
brought to compel tho Clerk of Un
ion county to Issue to plaintiff a" cer
tificate ot election an County Judgo.
Tua-facl were. nUpulut&uUJulralttlac
tho election of plnlntlff to tho office.
Tho Clork rdusod to Issuo ita cerlir
icnto on tho ground that the amend
ment or tho constitution changing
tho term or ortlce rrom rour to six
yours passed In 1010 took effect tho
somo day, thua making tho term of
County Judge Henry, elected nt thnt
time, six years Insteudof four, nnd
that In consequence, 'flioro waa no
vacancy In the offlco when I'hy waa
elected. Tho oourt holds thnt tho
law went Into effect from Its procla
mation, not rrom ita paasago at the
poll, nnd thnt in consequence tho
term ot County Judgo Henry waa
but tor rour years, nnd Fhy waa
properly elected and eertttlcate order
ed issued to him.
Aa Indicated In tho roreRolng num
mary It la takon tor granted that the
eonstutlonnl nmondmont undor dls-
ousalon oxtendod tno torma or ooun
ty Judgea to six years nnd the only
question wns whether or not Judges
elected in 1910 wero nffoetod. Tho
decision enya thoy woro not. That
leaves tho judged olected In 1912 na
tho first once to benefit from tho
amendment, nnd nccordlnRly unless
Judgo SprltiRor la oustod booauso of
rosldenco In Jefferson oounty ho re
mains In ortlco for four yoora moro.
TIIM MIMil.VO SITUATION.
Although rttiMore or various
aorta ar pravalwnt aa to th
numbar and location of lha saw
mills whteh are expacterf to ba
built aa a raaiilt of the tlmbar
pnrrhaaea recently made by Mln-
neapolla Intaraata. ft la Impoa--
alhla aa yat to obtain any ante
stanilal and deflnUa Information
on tbe attbjeet. It la understood
that coafarrarM ara batng held
In Minneapolis this wek, by tha
- various Intaraata eoncernail, at
which daflnlta conclusions ara
espacted to be reached. Until
the reaulta or thsae are known
no statement aa to mills can be
HATCHERY PLANS PR06RESS
SAYS FISH WARDEN CLANTON
Ktntc Ofllclnl Will lie at Bend Boon
KjH)H.iiirn to IJcneflt.
(Special to Tho Bullotln.)
SALEM, Feb. 7. Everything is
moving smoothly regarding tho fish
hatchery that Is to be Installed at
Bend, to far as the stato authorities
aro concerned. At least so says Mas
tor Fish Warden Clanton, who talked
most optimistically about tho now
"We nro nil prepared to ro ahead."
said Mr. Clanton. "Tho money Is
ready and tho plans nro made. As
soon as I can get up thoro again, and
tho location dotalla arc definitely de
termined wo will start construction."
In speaking of tho location Mr.
Clanton said that tho hatchery would
servo an enormous territory and
would provo a boon to nil Central
Oregon sportsmen. It will make It
posaible to stock the Deschutes and
neighboring streams and lakca upon
a far greater scale than ever before,
and with n big saving In expense.
DRY LAKE SETTLER SAYS
BOY DIED Hlflll DOG CITES
Many tatter Go to Governor Con
cerning Danger of I tallica Legis
lature) (ilvc Anlitancc.
SALEM, Feb. 8. Governor Withy-
combo yesterday Rave out the follow
lnR letter, received rrom n settler nt
Dry Lake, as helnR one or tho many
communications coming to his 'office
showing tho serious naturo of the,
rabies aituatlon In Central Oregon:
"I respectfully submit to you tho
following statements relative to the
(Continued on last page)
General Passenger Agent Arrived
Lust Night Lounsbury With lilni.
William McMurray. general pas
senger agent of the O.-W. It. & N
and 11. L. Lounabury. general freight
agent, came lu laat night on a tour
of tho company s lines. With them
woro K. C. UriUla. Portland general
agent or the Chicago & Northwestern
and Traveling Freight Agent Wallace
whom thoy had mot on tho trnin. Mr.
McMurray nnd Mr. Lounsbury spent
this morning In calling on business
men, planning to leave about noon
Whllp hero Mr. McMurray's atton
Hon wa's called to tho report ot tho
ratification by tho Houao ot tho
loaxo or Summer and Abort lakes but
ho would make no statement na to
tho porslblllty ot railroad construc
tion in caso tho lease successfully
passed the Senate.
Ti ITifcf ftlaiftnal Rsinfc
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U, C. COE, President E. A. SATHER, Vice- President
C. S. nUDSON, Cashier
CnnluHully paid - 825.000
Surplus - - 125.Q0O
WE ARE PREPARED to
receive applications for
Farm Loans on patent
ed, irrigated land, 3 to 6 years
time. Write or call and see us.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
-- DIRECTORS ----
U. C. COS E. A. SATHEK S. IIDDSO.N
o. M. Pattbksoh n. C. Er.MJ
5 A OS
MEASURE NOW OOES
I'orleV Bill Ratifying Grant to Jnn
MiKirb niul AnHOclntc PjutsM by
trnl OrrRon United In Far or.
8ALBM, Feb. . Although tho bill
Introduced by Representative Vernon
A. Forbes, of Bond, conflrmIng"The
lease entered Into by the Desert Land
Board with Jason Moore, of New
York, for the mining and rofinlnR of
salt deposits In tbe beds of Summer
and Abert lakes, situated in Lako
county about 80 miles south east of
Bend, encountered considerable op
position In tho House this forenoon.
It finally passed the House and now
goes to the Semite for consideration.
It la expected thai a hard fight will
be made an the 'ratification there.
Forbes, Vawter, (uston and Schue
bet championed itbo bill, declaring
that the lease sufficiently Ruardod the
interests of ' tbe, stato, and that It
might mean Hie building up of an Im
mense Industry nnd that this was
what the people of tho stato were
clamoring for Fenwlck, Hurlburt,
Baton. Porter, Lewis. 0111 nnd Allen
opposed the bill, giving divers reas
ons. "Thero are 80,000 acres ot land
and salt beds Involved la tho lease,
nnd It has been approved by tho
Stato Land Board," declnred Forbes.
"Moore has mode n deposit of $10,
000 as a guarantee ot good faith, and
la willing to glvo a bond or $25,000
tor tho faithful execution or tho lease
aa aoon as It la ratified. He agrees
to begin construction work within six
months, and says be will construct
works valued at $5,000,000. It
means the development ot the stnte'a
resources nnd wealth for the state,
nnd the lease ought to bo ratified."
Tho royalties fixed by the leaso
are 50 centa per ton for all commer
cial potassium salts, 10 cents per ton
for nil commercial sodium chloride,
S5 centaa ton for' all other commer
cial salts, nnd a minimum royalty of
$25,000 a year.
The people of this section of Cen
tral Oregon nro united In favor ot
tho ratification of the leaso by tho
loRislaturo foreseeing In It a tremen
dous development. Resolutions fav
oring tho leaso have been adopted
by tho Bend nnd tho La Pine Com
mercial Clubs nnd representatives
from this section havo appoared be
fore the legislative committees In Us
LAURGAAKD AT PAISLEY.
According to mesaages received in
Rend. O. Laurgaard. late project en
glneer on tho Tumalo project, has
been emp.oyed by Oeorgo W. Ba!U
on the projoct nt Paisley belns de
veloped by tho Northwest Townslto
Co. Mr. Lourgnard is understood to
be on his way to Paisley via Reno nnd
LIBRARY BENEFIT DANCE.
A dance for tho benefit of tho pub
lic library will bo Riven Thuradar
evening in the Emblem Club hall.
Dancing will boRln at 8:30. Tickets
are on sale at onn dollar por couple,
and all nro Invited to attend.