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8 months more
LAKES LEASE PROS
rmmotor Tnlks In Largo Figures,
Hut Kvcii If Ho Palis, Htnto Is 9M,.
000 to flood by Transaction
Economy to KtuhllMi licit).
T (Special to Tho Bulletin.)
SALEM, Sept. 20. At n meetlnB
Saturday tho Desert Land Hoard
again granted extension of tlmo to
Jason C. Mooro in which to begin
actual work on the Summer and
Alicrt lako project. Mooro la given
eight months moro nnd Is obliged to
cut up nnothor Jir.ooo in securities,
making $25,000 In all which. will bo
forfeited to tho atato If tho promoter
falls to get tno project started.
Dollars wore discussed by tho mil
lion and water power, conversation
nlly speaking, was bandied about In
100,000 horso power chunks by tho
Now Yorker In Btntlng his enso to tho
Hoard. And when ho finished, as no
ono olso seemed to have any propo
sition to maKo, nna tho worst that
can happen will bo n $25,000 Incre
ment to tho state treasury, tho Heard
gra itcd tho extension.
Money Kvlricnce of Faith.
Thoso who hnvo observed this caso
closely doclnro that tho outlook for
real development scorns brighter thnn
ever before., Thoso who oro putting
up tho $2M00 ovlriontly think so.
Mooro declares that somo $20,000,
000 will bo required to establish plpo
jA lines and reducing plant to handle
T Hie schomo upon a profltablo scalo.
Sodium nltrato, obtained by nn orig
inal procoss, Is tho product sought.
Mooro claims that somo 1C0, 000
horso powor will ho required to op
erate n reducing plant that will pro
duco 100,000 tons annually, as In
tended. Ills original plan, ho says,
contemplates the development of ox
tenslvo water power sites near tho
mouth of tho Deschutes river, but
this development has been forestal
led, temporarily nt least, by tho with
drawal of lands by tho Government.
"It Is true that In sovcral ways It
would bo moro desirable to establish
tho roductlon Blunt,, at H.on,oy uald,
. 7.flT MoortiTo a reprosontatlvo of The
Hullotln. "I have seriously consid
ered such n stop, nnd Investigations
nre bolng mado hy thoso Interested,
Tho problem would bo to assemble
thoro tho needed 150,000 horso pow
er. This largo nmount cannot bo
developed adjacent to tho town. It
would bo necessary to create this
power nt sovortil points along tho
river nnd bring It by wlro to Hond.
Perhaps this could ho arranged."
Would Ho rroiioiuy.
It Is known that Investigations to
this end nro In progress. Hy estab
lishing tho proposed plant at Hond,
tho great cost or n plpo lino somo 1G0
miles down tho Doschutcs would bo
eliminated. In this connection, those
who maintain that tho wholo schomo
Is chimerical nBk why It would not
be more economical to transmit elec
tric current to tho lakes, where tho
Plant could then bo established, than
to undertnko tho vest!)' costly schomo
of pumping tho waters of tho lako
(Continued on Inst pago.)
The Child with htr Peony 8lug Otnk
The Small Hoy with his Small Change
The Lady with her Pin Money Savings
The Small Man with his Small Roll
The Big Man with his Big Roll
ARE EACH ACCORDED THE .
The Bank of
A?V.KS,,,ll5llATIVB ,x '"
nuXnt "fml Theatfc Monday night
1 writ Rhodes saw an undo whom ho
linn Slot seen for many years. Ho nl
o saw his uncle's homo for tho first
time, it was all In the film of "Tho
Gentleman from .Mississippi," which
was taken on the plantation of Mr.
miotics undo In Mississippi, tho
uncle appearing In one scene. Tho
film Is providing tho means of a sort
of family reunion, .Mr. Rhodes' fath
er having seen It In Oklahoma.
NOUS, COLLINS ID IS.
HOWELL IMPOUND GUILTY
Indictment Against Dr. Gonnnrn 1)N-
inlsKcd Appeal 1 Will bo Taken
Wcnicr Caso on Trial Today.
Dr. C. Roa Norris, John Collins
nnd Mrs. Ethel Howell wore found
guilty of tho chargo of contributing
to tho delinquency of n minor by a
Jury in tho Circuit court lato last
night. Tho separato Indictment
ngalnst Dr. J. H. Connnrn wns dis
missed without any trial. Attorneys
for tho threo defendants will tnko
an appeal from tho decision of tho
decision of tho Jury. Pending this
thoy nro confined In tho county Jnll.
Unusual Interest has been tnken
In tho caso both on nccount of tho
promlnonco of tho pnrtles and tho
nature of tho ovldence. Tho trial
begnn on Saturday, tho caso golni?
to tho Jury after eight o'clock last
night. Tho Jury was out only half
an hour. Dr. .Norris nnd John Col
lins wero represented by V. A. Forbes
Wad Mrs. Howell by II. 11. Do Ar
mond. Mr. Do Armond nlso repre
sented Dr. Connarn, whoso Indict
ment was dismissed. District Attor
ney Wlrtz nnd W. P. Meyers ropro
sonted tho state.
Present Indications nro that tho
court will bo In session for tho rest
of tho weok. Tho crlminnl caso
against Jim Wonvor, charged with
assault on Mlko Drnglch, Is on trial
today. Weavor 1b represented My
N. Q. Wallace nppolnted by tho
court. V. A. Forbes Is assisting Dis
trict Attorney Wirt In tho proso
cutlon. It Is posslblo that tho grand
Jury may bo called again to consid
er tho case of V. L. Hcathmnn, bound
ovor In Judgo Enstes' court on Fri
day, on tho chargo of passing worth
less checks. Hcathmnn was taken to
A civil caso of local Interest, J.
Edward Larsen vs. James Ryan, will
bo heard later it; tho week.
Upon a domurror to tho Indict
ment, the caso of tho statu of Ore
gon vs. Jim Wonvor, chnrgod with
assault with a deadly weapon upon
Mlko Draglch In Draglch's saloon
August H, wob dismissed this moVTf"
Ing by Judgo Duffy. No tnrther ac
tion will bo taken.
OLD KOLDlKltS TO MEET.
Tho old soldiers' reunion, origin
ally planned to bo held at Tumnlo
last Sunday, Is to bo hold next Sun
day, Tho affair will bo an all day
picnic with an address in tho nftor
noon on Abraham Lincoln by Rov.
II. C. Hortrnnft. All old soldlorB.
both Union and Confederate, nnd
Sons of Veterans, nro invltod to nt
tond. DOXATKS HIS PRIZES.
To assist tho work of tho Ladles
Library Club and as a mark of his
appreciation of tho sorvtco It Is ren
dering the community, II. F. Dyor, of
tho Milllcan homestead section, has
turned back to tho club tho prlzos
won by him at tho recent flour show.
Mr. Dyer took sovoral prized with his
dry land exhibit. Ho was In town
on Monday and nt that tlmo request
ed Tho Hullotln to announce tho re
turn of tho prizes.
E. M. LARA
LUMBER ARRIVES FOR
Mill It Xow Ready for Machinery
Will Tnko Secrul Montlus to In-Rtnll-7
llroolw Temporary Pinner
ltojuly Mess llouso Is Hullt.
Tho passage of another weak of
local mill construction has brought
tho Shevlln mill to tho point whoro
machinery Js bolng Instnllod, At tho
Ilrooks mill site, across tho rlvor,
tho removal of rock preliminary to
Duo to the non-arrival of material
work on tho Shovllu plnnor wns not
started last week as oxpectod. Ma
terial Is now coming, howovor, In
quantities nnd, according to present
plans, tho plnnor will bo begun noxt
wcok. Thirty car loads 0 tlmbor
have arrived recently, this morning
olono a shlpmont of nlno cars of tim
ber nnd roofing hc'ug received.
At tho mill tho roof is on nnd mill
Wrights began on Monday to put tho
machinery In place. This work will
tnko sovoral months, Tho walls of
tho power house, adjoining tho mill
nro about half way up, eight brick
layers bolng employed horo.
Tho laying of rails on tho logging
Toiupomry Hiillrilngs Put l'.
Tho tompornry planor for tho
Hrooks-Scanlon company wns finish
ed last wcoK nnd tho machinery has
been moved to It from tho old mlllj
or Tno iiemi company, it is expect
ed that tho plnnor will bd In opera
tion this afternoon.
Tho company Is nlso building n
tompornry mess houso nenr tho'bptir
nnd on tho bluff nbovo tho river. In
connection nro n few bunk houses
nnd n cook houso. It will bo operat
ed by Frank W. Sullivan of Seattle
Uecauso of tho lack of accomodations
In town nnd tho desirability of hous
ing Its men near their work tho com
pany has found It necessary to tnko
this stop. According to Oonor I Man
ager Koyes, It 1b only a to: pornry
nrrangoment to be ended na xjon as
' IUT1B0ITUE PUNTED
Xcnrby Lakes aro Stocked -PIicon.
auU to Arrhc Tomorrow.
Tho work of distributing trout
from tho local feeding ponds has bo
gun, sovornl thousand having boon
tnken out to nearby lakes In tho past
fow days. Yesterday 2000 eastern
brook trout wero taken to Twin lakos
by II. W. Skuso, D. V. Mcintosh, C.
M. McKay nnd J, C. Rhodes whllo
previously, Intorested Sisters people
took trout to Hluo lako, SuttloH Inl'o,
Trout crook and tho Motollus. It lo
oxpectod that La Pino peoplo will
take fish to Paulina nnd Knst lako,
5,000 bolng available for each.
Other game nows of Intorest Is
thnt 48 phoasants from tho Htnto
game farm at Corvallls aro to arrive
tomorrow morning to be liberated In
this soctlon, 12 each at tho Sttfuloy
ranch, A. O. Walkor's, Goorgo Jones'
and II. J. Ovorturf's. Warden Mc
kny requests that all who seo thoso
birds report tholr condition.
Bend Hardware Co.
Tho Company tlmfput the "Wtinr" In Hurclwur
IF YOU DID NOT.GET A CATALOG
CALL FOR ONE;
C. 0. 1. OFFICIALS A1EET
First (lathering at Deschutes Paiscs
Peacefully and Control crsdes nro
Untied To Continue- Plnn ""
Question of Solon Considered.
Tho plan of holding directors'
mcotlngs nt tho company's ofllco In
Deschutes has been decided upon by
the Central Oregon Irrigation Com
pany ns 0 means of bringing Uie com
pany and tho Bottlers Into closer re
lationship. Tho movement Is goner-
nllyj'hailed as n stop In tho right dl
roctlon and ono likely to bo of far
reaching Importnnco In bringing to
an end tho feeling of antagonism that
haft nlways existed botween tho two
Reports of tho first meeting under
tho new nrrnngomeut, hold In Des
chutes on September 11, Indicate thnt
It passed off peacefully, for tho most
i.nrt, nml thnt nlthough only n fow
settlors woro present tho treatment
thoy received satisfied thqni thnUtho
o Ulcers of tho company nro sincere In
tholr present endenvors nnd will go
n long way toward making tho movo
mont successful. Apparently tho on
ly llnro-up nt tho meeting wnn caused
by tho well-known nntngoulsm hold
by most settlers for General Manager
Howard. Tho tendency of tho other
officers, howovor, wns to keep Mr.
Howard In the back ground, resulting
In Tree statements of their cobob by
tho sottlers nnd In ono "or two In-
stnnccs, Immedluto settlement of tho
Company Henri Xollro.
In calling tho meeting tho company
sent to all settlors a notlco reading
In part as follows:
"Tho directors of tho Contrnl Ore
gon Irrlgntlon Company, fooling that
It Is for tho best Interest, not only of
the compnny, but for tho wntcr users
under tlo Contrnl Oregon Irrlgntlon
Systani, nnd In order to prnmoto n
closer relationship between tho com
nanv nnd tho water users, have do
cldoa to hold UlrpctorB Meetings nt
tho Company's officio In DescluUca'nt
stated periods. At these mcotlngs nil
complaints will bo hoard nnd nnilc
nblo ndiustmont of thorn attempted
Tho wntor users nnd thoso Interested
In tho welfare of tho segregation aro
cordially Invited to attend thoso
mcotlngs. Any suggestions tending
to tho betterment nnd wolfnro of tho
svstcm nnd Its usoru aro urgently ro
With each notlco thoro wob nlso
sent nil explanation of tho mainte
nance fecB chnrgod by tho company,
Intended to mnko dear tho necessity
for tho payment of tho fcoH nnd tho
uecB to which thoy nro put.
AbIiIo from tho Individual grievan
ces of n fow of thoso who attended
tho Saturday meeting tho chief sub
ject of dlBCllsslou was tho question
of sales by contract holders or por
tions of tholr lands, nnd tho attend
ant questions ns to responsibility for
maintenance fees In caso of snlos,
and as to water deliveries to sub
divisions Bold from ono original tract.
This matter wns fully discussed nnd
a statement hearing on It wilt bo
given out by tho company In tho near
Many settlers who hoped to attend
tho meeting woro unnblo to do so
because of harvest work. It Is ex
pected, however, that at Inter meet
ings, with harvesting over nnd tho
success of tho first meeting fully ap
preciated, n largo number will bo
SEND LOCAL COUNCIL OF BOY
SCOUTS FORMED LAST NIGHT
Step nro Taken to Assist Scout Mas
ter II. C, Hnrtriinft in Currying on
Work for Hoys.
Alii In Mm Imv nrrmt wnrlf lmlnf-
TTono by Rov, II. C. Hnrtranft hns
boon pledced by local business men
who mot Inst night to form n local
council. Tho mooting wns proceeded
by a short demonstration by somo of
tho scouts of tho things thoy hnvo
lonrncd In their work.
Offers to Join tho council nnd as
sist in tho work woro mndo nt tho
Commercial Club luncheon on Satur
day when an tipnenl wns mado for
support for Mr. Hartranft. On Sat
urday It was pointed out thnt tho
scout movement wns most desirable
for the boys of tho town, but thnt nt
tho moctlnc hold on Thursday to
crento nn Interest In tho work, onlv
four men woro presont. As n result
of this ntntoment and n short talk by
Mr. Hartranft 15 men volunteered to
Join tho council.
At last night's mcntlnu n constitu
tion was adopted nnd nfflccrB elected
or follows1 president, Dr. II. Ferroll!
vice presidents, I), 10. Iluntnr nnd R
W. Sawyer trenBitror, C. S. Hudson;
secretnrv, H. J Overturf nnd scout
cot'unlplsonor, P. C. flnrrlson.
Tho boy scout work In Hond linn
been cnrrlnd on B'nco his coming hero
bv Rov. II. C. Hnrtranft, pastor of
tho Presbyterian church, who has tho
nnpolntmont nB scout mnstor. Ron
ort Innes Is assistant scout funster.
Meetings nro hold every Monday
night In tho Presbyterian church,
thoro hnvlng boon 25 boys In attend
nuco nt tho Inst meeting.
Tho tnombors of tho Incnl council
presont last night woro, J, P. Koyes,
II. J. Ovorturf, A. C. Kgnn, A. M.
Lara, C. S. Hudson, D. B. Hunter,
R. M. Smith, A. L. French, C. 8.
Short. T. II. Foley, 11. W. Sawyer,
and Dr. Ferroll,
Mirny Attend Pnront-Tenelior lit, cut
Held on Friday.
'Tho rocoptlon given on Friday nf
tornonn by tho Hond Pnront-Tor.chor
Association was nttgndod.by ovor 100
'mothers of school lahlldron nnd oth
era Interested In tho work of tho as
The Commercial Club room was
prettily doenratod for tho occasion
with cut lowers nnd tho rues nnd
furniture from tho rest room. At
tho back of the room n ten toblo was
Nttu comers to tho city woro wot
coined by Mrs. O. A. Tlioraon, prcBl
dent of tho association, and Invited
to Join In tho pnront-tonchor work.
Following hor remarks two numbum
woro given by school chlldron nnd
tho remainder of tho nfturnoon was
spent In general conversation.
Tho committee In chnrgo of tho re
ception Included Airs. V, A. ForbnM,
Mrs. Robert Ciinnlnghnm, Mrs. How
nrd Roynolds and Mrs. N. O. Davis.
MAXV ATTHXI) DAXCH.
A largo crowd of Hond poplo wont
to Tumnlo Inst Saturday night to at
tend tho dance given thoro undar tho
mi8plcc8ot tho Html band. Tho band
will glvo a dauco at Tumulo tho night
of tho West Side Fair
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
U. C COK, President I!. A. HATKKR, Vko- 1'ioiUleiH
C, H, HUDSON, fnslilor
Capltnl fully paid - L.1,000
Itl'AL HAXKIXn HIHtVICK.
Regular bank loans:
Wo aro prepared at neatly all times to make advances
to reliable parties for tholr requirements.
Wool nnd sheep loans:
Wo aro XOW prepared to loan monoy to shoop men
for tho purchase of sheep.
Wu aro now prepared to advance you 10c per pound
on nil wool you store In thu Warehouse at Hond, at 8
per cent for either 'JO dyn or six months.
Bhoep men do not hnvo to hell nt present prlea unless
thoy wish. Tho monoy Is ready for you.
Wo nro XOW prepared to malty loans on cattle for
six months, for feeding purpose, hut not 011 rango or
Wo nro XOW prepared to mako loans on good farm
lands, with good water rights, 110 iimttur whiirn looHtod
In Central Ori;un, thu hlifgor tho loan tho hotter, pro
viding thu proposition Is a good ouo and will stand clos
ot InvusllKstlnu na to valiifM and tit It.
Wrlto us for luformutlun. Hunk hy mall and sacuro
our ei vices.
ir FIRST NATIONAL RANK OIT REND
ww yp notwp "QCjti? Hrjtia' S2
PRINEVILLE AFRAID OF
Commissioner lllnnchnrtl Hvpccts Ac
tion Certain In 101(1 Won Actlvo
In IjiikI Grant Conference nt
Salem Looks For Railroad.
(Spoclal to Tho Hullotln.) .
SALEM, Sop. 20. Crook county
wns represented nt tho Land Grant
conforonco hold hero Inst weok by J,
F. Hlnnchnrd, county commissioner.
Mr. Hlnnchnrd wns active In tho work
of tho gathering and placed tho coun
ty on tho map nn ono of tho onst-of-tlie
mountnln counties with a- llvo
Interest in sfato-wlrio affairs of ciuiSo
quonco. "It wob n good conforonco nnd n
fnlr ono," said Mr. Hlanchnrd. "F.von,
If nothing olso had been accomplish
ed, It wns worth whllo to hnvo n puh
llo discussion of nil phases of snch
nil Important subject. It ncomn to 1110
tlovomor With) combo deserves rom
mendntlon for calling tho gnlhorlng
together, and certainly under his di
rection ovory Interest wns given full
and fnlr opportunity for n hearing."
When shown tho story In Inst
week's Hullotln, relative to the pos
sibility of u Prlnevlllo railroad, Mr.
Hltinchnrri oxproReod tho belief that
such 1111 enterprise must come soon,
"Wo'll bo dollghted. of course,"
snld Mr, lllanchard. "Just an wo
who try to stand for tho wholo coun
ty Instead of ono portion of It only
hnvo boon plonsod nt tho splendid do.
volopmontfl thnt recently hnvo como
to Henri. Certainly Hond Is to bo
congratulated nnd has n big future.''
When nsk'od about presont oast
sldo fooling concerning county divis
ion Mr. lllanchard frankly Bald that
the sentiment ho hoard most was n
fear that with Ha great growth Hond
would tnko tho county scat awny
from Prlnevlllo. This fear, ho stat
ed, wns voiced by many who had led
In fighting last year's division movo
mont, and would mnko It an easy
mnttor to got tho required cnst-sldo
votoa nt tho next election, provided '
reasonable 1'oumta.rlon warn entail"
llBbod. Together with othor promi
nent onst-Blriera, ho sooniod to tnko It
for grnntod that division wus prac
tically a certainty In 191C,
Whon In town on Monday William
F. Arnold nnuouncod Hint ho hml
bought tho Intorest of Alfred A. Ayn
In tho La Pino Intor-Mouiitiiln nnd
would rnnow publication of tho paper
In October. Mr. Arnold was tho
editor of tho Intnr-Mountnln prior to
Its suspension last spring, nnd linn
always been actlvo on beliulf of tho
Interests of IiIb community.
HHHUCHI) RAITS (HVI'.V.
Announcement Is mndo by tho (),
W. R. & X. of reduced rates to Red
mond from points between Tho
Halloa and Henri on nccount of tho
Crook county fair. Ono and ono
third fores will bo charged for thu
round trip. Tho stiles dates nro be
tween Octobor f .nnd 0 with return
limit Octobor 11.
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