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The bend bulletin.
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llKSil), OUKGON', WEDNESDAY AFTKII.NOO.V, JUXK 10, ii15.
open ion W
, MrrnnKCincnls for (ho llend Clinutau.
. qua nro Itoliifc Itnpldly Completed
f Camp Ground on Itlrrr to Iks
X Provided Many .Coming Hero
; With tho date of tho Bend Chnu-
Uuqua drowlng near arrangements
re being complotod to mnko the
I event ns complotoly successful as
posslblo. iiotit in tne mnttor or en
tertalnmcnt and convcnlenco of- vis
t Itors no detail Is being overlooked
J which will ndd to tho enjoyment of
' the occasion.
Through tho nutomobllo committee
of the Commercial Club and by tho
courtesy of The Hend C6mpany, nr
rsnEoments havo been mado to pro
vide a camping ground on tho river
near tho Hoy Scout lodge where those
.who wish may pitch touts during
'their stay. Use of tho camp ground
will Iju without charge and fuel will
bo furnished by tho Commercial Club,
In arranging for this unmptng priv
ilege tho purpoeo of tho club Is to
provldo a placo for automobile tour
ists ns well aB for the Chautauqua
Tho Commercial Club Is also giv
ing Its nsslslnnco In the matter of
ticket soiling, a motion having been
passed at the meeting on Saturday to
appoint capiains 01 iwo uckoi soiling
rf1eam3 from tho club, theso captains
10 BC1CCI lllOir1 UBBIBIUIUV. 11 IB UA-
pocted that' soma sort of forfeit will
be agreed upon to bo paid by tho los
ing side. Tho captains salected are
P. C. Gnrrlcon and D. M. Davis.
Tlckot selling will begin tomorrow.
To add to tho Interest In tho sale
buttons boarlug n numbor will bo
xlvoa with each ticket.) Thero aro
several duplicates and tho two 'per
sons having dupllcato numbers, If
they And each other, will each bo
given anoiner treo uckoi or nave
I tholr money refunded on tho ones
I alreadv purchased.
I , , Striking window cards, advartls
V frig tho CuttutB,WR"hv iceri lilaVM
I J In storo windows bi town and sent to
r all tho neighboring communities.
I From tho Increasingly frequent ro-
I quosts for progrnms and other Infor
I mntlon about tho entertainment It Is
I evident Hint much Interest Is being
taken In othor towns besides ncna
and Indications now point to n largo
attendance From Sisters 100 peo
ple ore expected on Saturday, July 3
-. and assurances from Prlnovllle point
flf to a ;aro delegation from there.
Tho program has been announced
and presents n crcdltablo array of
talent. Tho chautauquii-opens ulth'nWit for his old homo Wellsvllle,
a concert by tho Adolphlnn Malo; Missouri, where, It una nlood, lie
n..a,.. .,rt ni.M win. nnnrn nml I will bo married. He will return to
Jublloo songs by tho lluckncr Jubl
UM..WV .. "I"0"'. ' "I" '
lee Singers. Ilotweon theso will corao
addresres by such men ns Col. Wit
Ham Hamilton Miller, nnd Senator
R. J. nurkott. There will be six dayi.
o oratory, lectures, music, cartoon-
Inp nn,l Alilnrtnfnmnnt.
A change In tho location or tne just uoen maue, urooK couuiy recuiv
Chautauqua tent from that orlglnal-l Ing f 874.31. Tho county Is giving
ly propoaodjhas been decided upon, l support this year to tho fair at 81s
the present plan being to put It up tors, the potato show at Hodmond
on Wall atroct on tho lot between the and tho countyvfnlr at Prlnovlllo.
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Even though you might never have
fire or thieves enter your home, a
paper mislaid is often times lost just
as irretrievahly ns if it had heen
burned or stolen.
When your valuable papers are in
our vault you KNOW where they
are and you KNOW they are safe.
You can leate a steel box in our
vhU wkh a noH-plckaWe Yale
lock Mg eouih to contar'aJII
your private papers, for $2 a year
Can you aiTord to be without' this
insurance? .". -
The Deschutes Slate
" THE 1JKST WAY,
until such time as tho Colum-
bla boulevard up tho Columbia
river Is completed, tourists from
the north should ship their cars -
to Tho Dalles by boat from Pnr. .
land and then drive via Bend,
Crescent and Kort Klamath to
Klamath Falls. This Is a much
lienor and faster road than the
i-acme nignway south of Port-
old bank building and tho Johnson
building. This location Is nearer to
town and will be easier to keep free
from dust( while the proximity of tho
new rest room, which will bo ready
for uso soon, will be an advantage.
Season tickets to the number of
BOO will be cold for 3.50. with high
school tlckots nt fl.SO nnd children's
at 11.00. After tho orionln dav.
season tickets wilt cost .$3.
0.1 R. & N. CO. WILL EX
TEND MLE-RIVEflSlOE LINE
llnlli-onil Eventually Intended to
Itiilltt to Ilond IlcglnK Work nt
Present Western Terminus.
SALEM, Juno 16. This morning's
Orcgonlnn carries tho following news
story of Interest locally?
"Two Important development pro
jects aro provided for by two Oregon
railroads in their plana for tho re
maining months of tho present yenr,
one each by the O.-W. It. & N. and by
the Southern Pacific.
"Tho O.-W. It. & N. Company will
build a 30 inllo extension to Its line
recently complotod from Valo to Riv
erside. J. D. Farroll, proMdont of
tho O.-W, It. & N., together with F.
Pell, assistant to tho president, J. P.
O'llrion, vlco president and goneral
manngor, J, It. Holman, chief engi
neer and Frank W. Robinson, assist
ant tradle manager, left yesterday tor
Vnlo whence thoy will proceed over
tho newly completed lino through
Juntura to Riverside They will
travel from Kivorslde over the routo
of the proposed line In automobiles.
"The western tormlnus of tho pro
posed extension will bo Crane Crook
gap near tho northern shoro of Mal
heur lake, In Ilarnoy county. Port
land contractors liavo bcon askod to
submit estimates on the coat of this
work, and several of them now aro
sending men Into tho Interior to look
ovor tho ground. It Is understood
that Mr, Farrell nnd his party will
continue through Central Oregon and
return to Portland -via elthor Condon
orll?(l(T-'.Tie-Jiw..llna noy. Is bolng
operated from vaie to itiversiao, a
dlstanco of 80 miles. It connects
with tho Oregon. Short Lino at On
tario, nut is a part or mo u.-w. u.
& N. system, It Is lntendod even
tually to extend the lino across tho
8tnto to a connection with tho Des
chutes lino now terminating at Ilond.
"This routo then will ofTer tho
ctfmpany a new main lino botweon
Portland and tho east "
IjJAHNKY O'lMirfXKrAj TO MAIUIV.
Harney O'Donnell loft Monday
),..., ...lit. ,rt
Hend with his bride by way of San
Francisco, where thoy will visit tho
l-'A HI MOXKY AITOHTIOXi:i.
The state apportionment of fun da
for the support of county fairs has
... " . . ... ,..
TO CENTER IRE
POINT TO THIS'
Un Usually Imrgo Amount to bo Han
dled In lk-ml This Year Many
Now Clips Coming Hanking Ah
elManco Is Provided Growers.
After two changes tho date of tho
Dond wool sale has been finally sot
far the forenoon of Juno 23, a salo
being held at Redmond In tho after
noon. That tho Bend sale will, bo
one of tbo most Important of the
spring Is now definitely nosured,
white financial arrangements on bo
half of tho wool growers rocontly
made by tho Flrat Nntlonnl Dank
should bo tho means of centering the
wool industry at Hend,
C. 8. Hudson, cnBhlor of tho bank.
nnnounces that through banking
connections tho First Natlonnl Is now
prepared to loan money to tho sheep
ownors nt 8 per cont for either 00
days or sK months on tho nhecp's
backs or In tho warehouso nt Hend or
According to Mr, Hudson this U
a distinct ndvantage to tho wool men
of this section ns heretofore thoy
havo been In the habit of selling their
fleeces at tho regular snlos, and In
many cases woro compollod to take
whatever price wns ottered, This ar
rangement enables thorn to either
sell or hold their wool ns tholr Judg
ment Indicates Is bost.
Mr. Hudson returned last week
from a 9Q0 automobllo trip through
tho Silver Lako. Paisley and Lnko
vlew districts taken tor tho purposo
of getting In touch with tho shoep
men In theso districts and pointing
out to them tho ndvantage of mak
ing Rend (heir storage and shipping
point for their wool.
As a result a largo numbor of clips
In addition to thoso already received
at tho local warohouse have come in
and nioro nro now on the road, mak
ing tho total amount of wool to bo
handled hero this year many tlious
ands of pounds In oxcess of previous
A list of known shippers wns-nub
llBhcd In Tho Bulletin sovernl wouks
ago. In nddltlon clips aro now In or
on the rood from O'Keofo brothers,
til uunno vailoy, Nevada, T. H
Brennnn, of Pnullnn, Isadoro Moyors
of Prlnovlllo. Harden & King of Sil
ver ureeK, AiecK i.ouglilin, of Fife,
Bnrry and Ahearn of Bllver Lrko,
Cbarlos Houston of Prlnovlllo, Alock
Mackintosh of Bend, nnd six clips
irom uutuio vnuoy, Nevada. A num
bcr of theso clips were handled In for
mer years at Mndrns, Rodmcnd and
Ontario nnd now comd to Ilond be-
cause of tho Inrgo amount of wool be.
ins cared for hero thlv year.
WIIBII HQMK DHSTHOYHD.
Fire starting from nn unknown
ouso deBtro)ed the homo of R. B.
Wobb In Keuwood Monday night.
Nothing was an ml from tho burning
house nnd Mr. Wobb, himself, had a
narrow escape, being asleep when the
I blaze started. Tho lioimo and furni
ture wero Insured for GO0. Mrs.
Wobb and her children are visiting
her parents la Pcntwater, Michigan,
Hose and Nozzles
Bend Hardvaire Co.
Th Company llt put iho
CREW STARTED LAST
v - THURSDAY
Oicr 1,000 Feet of Itnll on Lino to
StioYlln-Hlxon Mill Xow Laid
ISridgo Contract Is Let Com
pany OfKcils Arrive In Bond.
In accordance with tho announce
ment In The Bulletin last week tho
Oregon Trunk began on Thursday tho
construction of tho spur from Its
main, lino to tho Shoyllu-Hlxon Baw
mill to be built oiifiio wost sldo of
tho Deschutes. EnglnoorJ). M. How
ard Is 5n chcrgo of tho work nnd
thoroi'la now completed 1100 foot of
track' nnd 1000 feet of grading.
At present about 20 men nnd n
numbor of lean. aro employed nnd
tho work Is being pushed as rapidly
as possible In order to reach tho alto
of tho bVldgo nnd mnko posslblo the
delivery of brtdgo material on the
Tho contract for tho brldgo has,
been lot to Ncttloton, Bruco & Ksch
br.ch of Soattlo.
Other Work Started.
Othor work to start up ns a result
of the railroad snd brldgo construc
tion has beon at tho sand end gravel
plant of Bolton, Ruetenlk and May
In the field across from Tho Bend
Company mill. Frank May, 'tho lo
cal manager for tho firm, hns rocolvcd
a contract to supply 1,000 yardc of
grnvel tor tho bridge and Is getting
li)i plant in operation, omploylng
several men nnd loams.
Referring to recent local dlccus
slons concerning tho wages paid -to
the men omployed by tho railroad on
the spur Mr. Howard stated to n rep
resentative) of Tho Ilullotln yestor-
day that tho company was paying
fiva dollars per day for teams, and
standard wages for blacksmiths nnd
powder men. For common lnbor, ho
said, the rogulnr railroad wago was
11.40 por day nnd whllo ho ngroed
that lrwas low, no said that tho -torn
pnny might havo brought In nil the
men It required at that wago. That
It did not do so waa simply liccr.uso
It wished to glvo all tho work It could
locally. Mr. Howard furthor said
that It wns not true (lint all the men
nora forced to board on tho company
car, married man with families living
horo bolng permitted to board nt
home. For unmarried nion tho rule
co to tho car was uccessnry In order
to protect tho company from claims
of various sorts.
Hum YVoik ProgrMen,
At tin etto of tho dam which U
bolnc built Just up etronm from tho
btldifo locatlL", tho record for fast
work Is bolng kept up. In tbo past
veek the water of the river hr.s been
completely turned nnd oxcavntlon bo
gun for the j.nrmnnont dam (structure.
Timber laying for tho crib vrork wns
ntnrt"d on Monday. Many nddltlon-
al men havo boon added to the crew
there being now over 25 nt work.
To furnish power for mo ronciotn
mixing nnd othor work nt tho dam
the Bond Water Lluht & Powor Co.
begun work this morning on a Una
"Wr" In HorJwi.ro
i . 3
from the foot of Bond street bvor to
Clonring lnnd for tho mill yard
Olllcluli Arrive ,Hctt.
Coming to Bend to make hU per
manent homo Noll A. Southwlck,
clishlor of The Shevlln-Htxon Com
pany, arrived In town on Saturday.
Mr. Southwlck's wlfo and two chil
dren, who ore now Visiting her par
ents In Salem, aro expected shortly.
Mr, Southwlck has opened n tempor
ary ofneo In tho First National Bank
building. Later an oCTIco building will
bo built nt the mill.
Othor ofllclals of the company who
will arrive tomorrow nre B. II, Don,
genoral superintendent, and J. A.
Nichols, general logging superintend
ent. Thoy nro oxpocted to bilng
plans with them and will innke final
nrrangomontn to go ahead on all
matters or construction. Both Mr.
Doa and Mr. Nichols wero hero with
Mr. Shevlm nt tho time of his visit
In April nnd Mr. Doa returnod for a
short stay a few weeks ago.
MM 0FFIGIM.S COMING
Members of I'lili nnd Onmc Conimls.
nion llcro With (Jovernor.
8ALK.M, Juno 14. Whllo uncer
tainty still exists ns to exactly who
will muko tho trip to Bond next
weok, It Is fairly suro that tho fol
lowing offlclnls will go: Governor
Wlthycombo, Sluto Treasurer Kny,
Socrotary of Stnto Olcott, Attorney
Ooneral Brown, Stato Knglnoor Low
Is, Insurnnco Commissioner Wclbi,
C. II. Stono of Klnmnth Falls, Frank
M. Wnrron of Portland and I. N,
Flolschnor of Portlnnd, all thrco last
namod bolng members of the mow
Fish and Clnmo Commission, and (1,
P. Putnam, tho Governor's secretary
It Is posslblo one or more may bo de
tained, nnd It Is also possible that
Adjutant Gonernl White may bo nblo
Tho mombors of the Fish and Qi.mo
Commission nnd Mr. Wells will ac
company tho Governor to Klamath
Fans, inspecting a hatchery ncur
thero as well as the ono at Bond.
Plans for tho entertainment of tho
party of state ofllclals who will' bo
here next wock Friday now contem
plate a breakfast by tho Commercial
Club and n dlnnor nt the Kmlilom
Club fn tho evening. It Is understood,
also, that Govornor Wlthycombo has
been Invited to meet the Water Us
ers' Association of the C, O, I, Co.
project at the Grange Hall nt 10.30
In tho forenoon aftor tho visit to the
fish hatchery nnd boforo going to
Fred N. Wnllnco, manager of tho
Tutnalo project, and the. Bend nrnr
inerciai Club nro co-opornting in
making nrrnngoments for tho day,
Mr. Wnllnco having met tho directors
of tho club hero lnrt ovonlng. Lun
cheon for tho party win io served at
Tumalo and aftor tho speaking, tho
project will bo inspected, tho return
to Bend being mado In time for tho
IIAXI) COXCntT l'lUDAV.
Tho Bund band will .give Its nee,-,
ond opeu air concert on Friday night
beginning nt 7:30, nt tho corner (it,
Orogon nnd W'nll streots. Tho pro
gram will bo as follows:
2. Charlatan March Sausa
3. Wedding of tho Winds Hull
1. Brass Qunrtotto Sulectod
C. Two-Stop On the r:lf.
0. Soronado -Land of Dreams
7. Aero Club March Mnckla
K. Inspiration WnlU Miller
9. Vocal 8olo The Dixie Band . . .
10. Bend Park March Boll
11. Stir Spangled Bannor,
The First National Bank
OF BEND, nEND.OR.EGON
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U. C. COK, President K. A HATMKH. Vice- l'resldenl
V. S. HUDSON, t anbler
Capitol fully paid - M 000
FIRE) FIRE! FIRE! If your house should
tako ,firo you aro apt to bo so oxolted that,
oven though you have plenty of time, you will
rush out and loave behind, to bo burned up,
YOUR WILL, othorvaluable papers and jew
elry. Tho best way lu to put them Into one of
oyr SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES In our flrd
and burglar prodf vaults. A private box will
cost you only $3.00 and up, per year.
We also solicit your' BANK ACGOUNT.
TR FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
--- DIRECTORS ---
V- C, Wr.
NO FACTS WILL
REPORT CHANGED ON
LY IN FORM
If Desert Lnnd Hoard Sustain Gov
cnior, as I'rohnblo, nil Findings of
Knglncer on O, O, 1. Project
Will bo Available for Scalers.
- SALEM, Juno 15 At tho -
Desert Land Board meeting to-
day the Immedlato publication V
- of tho Dubuls report was order- -
ed. No changes In tho actual
engineering findings woro mado,
the Governor stating It ns his '
conviction tho Bottlers nro on-
titled to full Information con-
corning tho physical condition '
of tho project.
HALUM, Juno 14. It is now prac
tically assured that tho re-cdlttng'of
tho Dubuls report concerning the
Contrnl Orogon Irrigation Company
project will tn no wise suppress tho '
actual facts disclosed by Knglnoer.
Dubuls. Tho detailed findings of tho
Investigator will be thero, but oomo
of tho more or loss gratuitous
"knocks" nt tho Company will bo
omlttod. At least, Hint wilt bo tho
caso It tho ether mombors of the
Dosort Lnnd Bonrd stand by Governor
It will bo romembored that last
weok mombors of tho Board objected
to the form of tho report nftor hoar'
Ing ofllcors of tho company. State
Engineer Lewis, whoso ofllco fathered
tho document, alone dofonded ttr
Finally It wns voted to turn tho-re-port
over to tho Governor to bo odlt
od. It l known that tho Governor '
has gono ovor tho report with John
Dubuls, tho engineer who prepared It,
nnd both Dubuls and Wlthycombo (
stato that none of tho engineering
Undines have been omitted In thn
final copy which will bo submitted to , 1(rf
tho Board at Its next meeting for re- '
publication and Immediate dlstrlbu- , ,s-
tint) among settlers. ., .,(
"Mv only objoctlon" said OovHrv5,T '' '-"
nor Wltliycombe, when fluoatloned
about tho much-dlscussod roport,
"was to tho fact tliatjlnstend of being
a straight forward engineering re
port covering engineering details, It
In a nieasmo, went out of Its way'to
tell all tho bad features of tho pro
ject and almost entirely neglected to
cue any credit for good polnto. i
dlilo't object to having tho full truth
known about seepage losses nnd other
mntters Investigated, but It dldnqt
seem fair to circulate a docuiuont
which seemingly pretended to cover
nil tho project nnd which rontnlned
nothing but adverse criticism. So
1 have suggested omitting tho llltin-tratloiiH-
which wero universally of
faulty portions of tho construction
rnnd also some paragraphs comment
ing upon flnanclnl dlinrultlos experi
enced by tho company ami nrMn
sugguntlons concerning conditions,
nnd cures tbornfor, which seemed, Jo
mo iinnecesiarlly tinrsli nnd uncalled
for lu a roport of this kind."
Tho governor added thnt ho bo-
(Continued on Imt pnga)
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