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ISe BEND THEATRE
The Reel Playhouse
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2-Reel ESSANAY
JANE OF THE SOIL
1-ReeI Luhin-WIFIE'S MA COMES BACK. PARAMOUNT TRAVELOGUE.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY VIVIAN MARTIN in
TUESDAY EDUCATION' 2-REEL LUBIN-
The Arrival of Ferpetna
A Charming Feature
BY FLIP of the COIN!
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S3 7 EF o If 17
iwlarv JriCRtora in
n.mB. i j juiir
mil h if- , rm n
J.ovctt unit Wiinl (ile Instruction to
- i:u Rodlo's Who Would Jlcitiiiy
ItulilillN IMImatc of Oop Hum
npj )' Pot Ate Large.
Reporting unutttial interest in tho
work or rulililt extermination now bo-
lng curried on undor their Guidance,
Comity Agriculturist A. K. l.ovott and
It. 13. Wurd, of tho l S. lllologlcal
Survey, spent a short tlmo In HcnU
jortterday, botween the aftornoon nnd
evening meetings wh'ch they wero
holding In thlu vicinity.
According to Mr. Lovott thero nro
now 20 organizations In dlftoront nee
lions of tho county which uro nt
work on tho rnhhlt prohlom. Sonic
r thuHo mo existing iniprovomont
nnd ne'Khhorhood clulis which havo
mldod tho lahhlt work to their pro
grain, and othorB aio now organiza
tions formed nt meetings which tho
two men havo attended. In nil of
them an official poison mixer lit n bon
olected who becomes thoroughly fa
miliar with tho, formulas and methods
of preparation of tho poison and who
tnkes an active part. In Its dlntr'bu
tion. To obtain tho best results tho pois
on should bo put out on cold w'ntor
nights when I ho ground Is covered
with snow, nights which havo bo far
this winter not boon very provalont
In thlo county. Nov0rtholos3. very
good results havo been obtained In
the localltloH visited In tho pr.st few
week, exact numbers of rabbits killed
being stntml In an nrtlcln by Mr. l.o
vott olsowhoio In this papor.
At every mooting uttonded, Mr.
Ward Ih getting from those prcsont
nn wtlmate of the crop damago dono
by rabbits In the neighborhood irid
Iibk collected soino startling llgures
on tho low oiiiiuhI by this pest ln.""ll'Ur '" '" "wf. ", u'cr
lookoouMtv in the pn.t yonr. At, ' Till. hcPjm m,miii i II thoy breathe
. .....7i- ,.i.. i. ,Ht,inin' In under tho water and thus strangle to
nuo nientlns alone, mo otumnic
TBsehed Jtf.000 l'i" tho whole
oonntv tar the past year Mr. Ward
wtlHiftte that tho damago lias boon
JJOO.000. nml for tho state $1,000,
1)00. ThIS flguro not only covers
rtnttKiue to growing crop but to de
pict lou of stock raiiRo ns woll.
The niQotliiKH held yontordav nf
tfrnoou wero nt tho Grange Hall nnd
tho ltlehardiwu ccliool. l.nat ovonlng
n meotliiR was held nt tho Arnold
ncliool nnd today tho two inon are
nt Cllue Kalb).
LODGES INSTALL OFFICERS
Jtasoiis mid Ihiotcrii Star Hold Joint
. m' M,'l,'"'
The annual Installation coromon
le of the Hfliil lidne A. V. & A. M.
nil the Ordrr of the Kastern Star,
was held Monday nlshl In tho Mason
ic lodge room. The following or
fleer were Intilld by tho Masons.
H M. Lm, W. M.: J. C. Ithndw. S.
w.: K. V. I'olndexter. troaeurer: J.
p. nvidOT. secretary; W II. Coble.
S. D.: C. I. Munnholmer. S. S.; J.
3. Ryan. J. ; George V. Shtlner. ty.
lew. P. O. Minor wi Installing of
8cer. Tb Qnier of ISnttorn Star insutiea
(he foijewUu ottlrere: Mts. V. O.
Tuinor. V. M.: J. D. Davidson. W.
V.i ilr. A. V IrligU A. M.: Mrs.
l.. A W. Nixon. troMiirar; Mrs.
U. M. McKay, secretary: Mru. I. C.
Gsrrlou, eonductrese: J. D. David
eon. A. C : 1. C. Garrison, chap
lain: Mm Matturk. martbnll: Mrs.
William Speek, wardor: V. O. Minor,
wmttuwl: Ada. Mrs. H. G. Karris;
Kuth. Mra. Hansen, liather, Mrs. A.
M. Uare Martha. Mrs J. Kdwnrd
Lrpu- llKla. Sirs. I.. C. Uudow.
Tbo Iloval Arnh Masons Installed
Iho following otlloora on Decomber
17: O. M. McKay. H. P.: J. D.
Davidson. K.; J. C. Uhodes. sccro-
. ; K M. TbOK'itson treasurer:
i O OmrrltQn, C. pf II.: X. A. South-
Mlok. P S. The work was put on ny
O. W No''e high priest, of tho Cen,
Trnl Oregon fh uur :IB pf.'PrlRBvuie. ft urB? jwrtloii of all the diseaied from
mle.l l-v M K Itrlqls. Qjir Hydo which Iiuhhiu beings silffer.-J. IL Ke
ami J. W Ci'sm of .Prlaevllle.. ' logg. M !,. lu Good Health.
MANY Sl'KCIMKXS COIjMHTHD.
More than 73 hotanlcal i.nd forngo
specimens from tho Deschutes Na
tional rorost wore Bent to Washing
ton, D. C, last week for examination.
During tho last year about 100 speci
mens In all wore collectod. This
, work has been ilone with tho view to
ascertaining tho varieties growing on
XOTICi: Or AXXUAIj STOCKIIOM).
Notice 1b horoby given that tho an
nual stockholders' meeting of the
Pine Forest Irrigation Co. will bo
held at the Arnold school house seven
miles southeast of llend on tho
lleitd-lluriis road, on Saturday, Jan
uary 8, 191G.
W. M. McNAUGHT,
43.4 c. Presldont.
xotici: ok stockiiomhiu's
Tho stockholders of tho K. M.
Smith Clothing Company will hold
tholr annual meeting at the orttco of
tho Company In Hond on Tuoaday,
Janunry 18. IStfc
BREATHING IN THE WATER.
In Dolnn It Proparly Lloa tho Secret of
Uuccess In Swimming.
The uy to avoid drowning, accord
ing to m swimming tcaclier. Is to lenrn
how to iiwlm. Good swimmers don't
drown. They might dio of chill or
starve r.j death, but nu for drowning
"How about cramps?" he was nsked.
"Kven good swimmer havo wimps."
"Cramps needn't cause n moiucnt'H
worry. I've seen thousands of good
swIiniueM seized with cramps, nnd
never u one was drowned. All they did
was to turn over on their backs mid
either wnlt for help or paddlo with
their frco limbs. I'vo never heard of a
swimmer having crumps In both legn
nnd nrniM. i:vun then his case would
not bo hopeless.
"Thero never was a case of drowning
that was caused by cramps. That may
seem surprising after tho countless
water tragedies that have been bhimt'il
on crumps, Death In tho wnler Is caus
ed by chill or htrnngllng.
"I'eoplo strangle to death because
they are Iguoriiut of tho proper method
of breathing. When they sink beneath
the water they hold their air. passages
shut. When Ihey come to tho top they
have to breathe out tho nlr they've
used wldle under water. As breathing
out takei fifty times as long ns breath
ing In. they liave no time to get u frosii
"The process fliould be reversed.
Itreathe In for the Hecond you nro
iiIhivi water: then breathe out tlirougb
the nostrils while under the water, mi, I
yon can keep It up until you starve to
"Xlne-tenths of swimming Is breath
ing, nml movement Is only one-tenth,"
hays tho expert. Kansas City Star.
Then Dlsoaje Germt Are Rarely Able
to Infect Our Tlssuei.
Tho popular notion that tho prompt
UetitUig of u cut or other w-ound Is nu
ovldcnco of purity of blood has u sound
scientific basis. When the sUlu Is bro
ken genus In large or small number
are Ihcrohy admitted to the sacred pro
ducts of the tlhKtiorf from which they
are ordinarily excluded by the dense
structure of tho Ulu. When the tissues
are maintained In a healthy Mute by
pure and vigorous blood the few germs
which enter nro quickly nestroyed, no
tlmt the formation of pus. or so culled
uuppurutluu. doud not occur, but when
the blood Is not pure, so that (he hcrum
i! ml the cells are not able to make the
niHciMury active deteuse. the genus
grow and devulop, suppuration tK-curs
I uud the wouud. If large, may rcqulie u
Ionic time to heal.
We might roiiresent this by picturing
lu our mind n gluw WlObe tlllod with
water and Unlaw and other vniall crui
ItiiiM HUimuilug nlKJUt lu It. Nw tm
iiiduu that Indigo. Ink or coloring mat-
' ler of some other sort Is dropped Into
the water. It will Immediately become
tinged, and tf the coloring matter Is of
a poisonous character the tlshes will
boon show uneasiness and unless rv
lleyoJ by n replacement of the Impure
water by n treMi supply win soon uie.
This is just the condition of the livlug
cells of the body when Uithetl In Im
pure blood The vtouiach cells which
secrete the gastric Juice, the muscle
cells which contract, the liver cells
which make bile, the brain cells which
think every one Is definitely and seri
ously. Injured by the Impurities brought
In c-outnit with It. Impure blood, tlicn,
,, . rcpinled as the fouudatloii of
SPOKESMAN SAYS COUNTY
oiyisiojno coi op
Itisbuoml I'npcr Hopes DhNlonlsts
Can (Jet Together on Satisfactory
I'lim to Hllmliiiitc I'ight.
County division Is being talked
about thoso days In tho most unex
pected quarters. The latest discus
sion of tho subject appears In Inst
week's number of tho Redmond
Spokesman, which says editorially as
"It Is certain that tho question of
county division will come up again
at tho eloetion next year. Whether
thero will bo ns hot a fight this tlmo
over tho question as thero was last
year romnlns to bo Been.
"Last year columns and columns
of arguments for and against division
wore written, nnd thousands of news
papers and clrculnrs printed and dis
tributed to tho voters, nnd n good
deal of hard fooling mndo that has
not yet boon heated over.
"It Is to bo hoped that tho county
dlvlslonists tho coming year can get
together on somo satisfactory plan
of division nnd ellmlnnto the former
bitter fighting nnd personalities, and
all work for a common object.
"Mud slinging nnd lying In poll
tics always works nB a roorback and
Isn't worth tho gamo."
All Mi WORKKD IS IX.Il'ltlM).
Charles Androws, nn omployeo at
tho Shovllu-Hlxon plnnt. sustnlnod
several severe bruises and gnshen on
Monday afternoon In n fall from tho
dry kiln. Andrews wns wheeling
mortar to tho roof of tho building.
Ho collided with anothar workmnn
nnd wns thrown from the roof to tho
cement floor below. Ho was uncon
scious for Borne tlmo. Androws' In
juries wero drcssod by Dr. Coo nt tho
hospital, and ho Is reported to be
HEARING HERE JAN. 17
(Continued from Pago I.)
many Peltiers, Including mouthers of
tho Association, nro heavily lu nrrcnrs
In mnlntnnnnco chnrges: thnt upward
of $C2,000 Is now duo tho Company:
that hecausQ of such non-payment
the Company has used other finds
than thoso derived for maintenance,
for up-kcep work and has reduced
snlarlcs and overhead expense He
catiBo of- their Indebtodnoss to the
Compnny, tho nnBwor goes on, settler
members of tho Association, "do not
come beforo your honorable Comm's
slon with eleen hands and ought not
to be heard to complain of this de
fendant." It Is further set forth ns follows
"Tho ngltutlon and complaints
against tho Irrigation Comnnny nro
also cnnopil and fomontod bv certain
petvons located nt Hond, Oregon, and
who nro membors of snld pJnlnt'T
Association, but who havo no Inter
est In or connection with the Irriga
tion Company, and who have no con
tracts thorowlth, nnd the General
Mnnnger of defendant is out of favor
with Btich persons. Thrents havo
been openly mndo to the Directors or
dofondnnt by bucIi porsons that un
less tho Gonernl Manager of the Ir
rigation Company wns removed, at
tacks would bo made upon tho Irriga
tion Company; and that thoy wore
going to 'get' tho Manager of tho
Irrigation Company if thoy had to
'got' the Irrigation Company to do
so moaning and Intending to convoy
to tho Directors of this defendant
their Intontlon to attack, harass nnd
ruin the dofendant unless tho Gen
eral Manager of the Irrigation Com
pany was removed.
For tho reasons aforesaid, this de
fendant respectfully contonds thnt
Your Honorable Commission hnB no
-..la.i'Aiinn in iiio nVpnilHPs and that
this Complaint Is tho result of spite
and Ill-feeling, and not based upon
any solid a.nd substantial grounds."
And tho Company, asks tho Com
mission to dismiss the complaint.
NOW IN SESSION
(Continued from Phgel.)
right course to pursue to make a de
termined stand for what vou consid
er to be right." He pledged tho
support of the chamber to further Ir
rigation In the state.
Porter J. Noff, of Medford, re
sponded for Western Oregon to the
rddreases of welcome. He said It Is
nn "opportune time for tho Irrlea
tlonlsts to get down, to business be-.cause-we
aro entering npon an era'
when It will be easier to got money
for financing worthy projects." Ho
sr.ld that not only Is Portland in need
of a greater etute, but that the otato
Is also In need of u greater Portland, I sorvlce. Ton nilnuto talks hy dele
hecattso llnnnclnl nnd business lend-.gates, among whom will be Roscoo
eiBllip must origlnnto In tho city.
"Tho Htuto needs n financial nnd
brain center," ho snld, "Whatever
you glvo to tho Htnte will be rcturnodloua Irrigation Projects as Shown by
to you a hundred fold," he concluded
A. W. Trow, mayor of Ontario,
spoko In plrco of C. S. Hudson, who
wnB unablo to attend tho congress.
He also voiced his appreciation of
tho fact thnt Portland must tako tho
leadership In developing the state,
and told of tho work being dono to
ward tho construction of tho now
railway acioss tho state. Tho Har
ney valley Is separated from Port
land now by 420 miles of distance
and two mountain ranges. "Think
whnt It will mean when tho dlstnnco
Is reduced by ICO mllc3 nnd tho road
conies to tho city on a wntor grade,"
ho said. "Tho Harney, Ulltzon and
Albert valleys contain 700.000 acres
that arc as rich as the valley of tho
Nile. The people who havo said thoy
wero a desert, bocauso thoy had never
seen these valleys themselves, Bald
the samo thing of the Dakotns years
ago. In the Malhour valley thero are
CO, 000 acres on the Oregon sldo of
the Snnko rlvor which grow or can
grow 7 to 0 tons of alfalfa to tho acre
end 100 bushels of corn. Wo want
that business to come to Portland."
Ho concluded with nn oxpresnlon of
tho work dono for custom Orogon by
tho Commercial Club several years
ago and hy tho Oregon Development
This aftornoon tho appointment of
committees Is being announced by
Presldont Thomson, and addresses
will bo delivered by Governor Wlthv-
combe, who Informally greeted tho
delegates In tho hotel lobby this
morning, and by 13. O. Hopson, con-
suiting englrioor of the reclamation
Howard, will follow.
This ovonlng John II. Lewis, stnto
engineer, will speak on "Mortlorl-
Co-oporntlvo State nnd Federal Sur
voys;" I.oonnrd l.undgrcn of the for
est sorvlce, will speak on "Govern
ment Right of Way for Irrigation,
and Professor H. G. Young, of the
University of Oregon will deliver nn
addross on "Oregon Development.
Representatives of tho Irrigation dis
tricts In tho state will muko their
In opening tho congross thin morn
ing President Thomson spoko of tho
failuro of tho dclegntos of 1G Wes
torn Btates to meet at Washington to
discuss Irr'gr.tlon mnttors nationally,
as tho meeting wnu scheduled to bo
hold Just after tho clnso of tho last
Orogon congress. Ho Bald that nn
offort to hold Htich n mooting nt Son
Francisco wne now being agitated by
Wrshlngton ctnto Irrlg.itlonlsts.
Central Oregon Orgiinl'iitlon.
Dologatcn from Crook nnd .loffor-
; son counties met JtiBt beforo tho con
Kress began today nnd selected nn
organization committee to look after
tho Interests of thoso Central Orogon
counties during tho convention.
(Thoso clcctod wore O. C. Young chalr-
mrui; u. J. licniino, .jiiv n. upton,
James Grimn nnd I,. 10. Smith.
Tho Central Oregon organization Is
conllncd practically to thoso within
tho Deschutes river Irrigation nrcn,
which, divided Into sovcral units,
contains nn csttmntod total of fully
1,000,000 acres, it Is estimated.
Tho solcctlnn of tho commlttco to
dav follows tho decision reachod nt
PARK. FROM EAST SIDE OF
On the River Front
Pleasant Location and Building Restrictions
which insure only high class development.
For Prices and Terms ac dress E. M. Lara,
r: BEND "
n recent meeting u R d n-d c hi r
I mail Young Is pnb'ui.cr , i c md j.
liupur in i. uiver.
i pun ini-ir nrrixai iro t Pl
nnd this morning ninnj of Mm ( ,,.
itrai Oregon delegates iccnn c n. r.
enccs with Portland urn ln are
inrgo owners oi or perb In Croolc
nnd .TolTorson counties.
Central Oregon ihl j i - ri-K
mien ni mo convention are
W. P. MoNnughi. J A V U3, Vrs
.Mary K. Hastes. M-n F lien ), 1 '
1) IIIM..... r,..,. ... n .. .
iv. v. iiiiiiiiiui, vuncr u v Hra n,
iv. w. .louiiHnn, u w Turne V
P. Clark, C. K. Roush, Madras. S.
Myers, L. Nichols. G. W Xolih l
II. Ruasoll, Prlnevlllo: O K. O. on,
uoumojiu; a. li. Kronen, A. J
Kroenort. J. lCdwnrd Larson, 11 Q
Fnrris, Clyde M . McKay. I) J C r-
mody, llond: O. A, Pierce, II R
Davis, J. IC. Jncksnn, W R CooV,
flinurns; J. n. upton: t. T. Hoelsch
or, Prlnevlllo: J. It. Roberts, Mm
J. It. RobcrtB, Redmond: Oswr
Pcrreln, Silver Lake: T II. Mandef.
ccheld. Torrobrnnc. A. J. H-rtcr,
Mrs. Fred X. Wnlliro Mrs rinreic
N'chol, Tumr.lo: A O. Wnlker, Al-
fr.lfn: Oeorgo S. Young, II II D
Armond, Floyd Dement, llond, .Mn
O. C. Young, O. C. Young, V. M
Knton, Culver: C, L. McCaitlcy, Dei-
chutcB; C. I. Henllno, Hnrry J Chen-
r.woth, Orandvlow; Jchn K. Daly, It
W. Andrew, Gatoway; X J I.amlisrt
Grr.ndvlsw; A. S, Holmes, 0. E.
Stndlg, Lowor Ilrldge: M. W. Knick
erbocker. Gist; I.. A. Hunt. I.otrf
Ilrldge; M. M. Montclth. Jacob Holf
' mm, Motollun; W. II. Snook, C T
U'Ron, Madras: II. M Scrthoff, J
D. Maddox, W. I. Smith, Mctollui
D. B. Whlto, Opnl City; Will Wu
woller, PrlnovlIlBj Miss I.. K. Smlt,
L. K. Smith, Rodmondi C. I,. Ilr.
ton, SUters: C, P. Hocke-, W. '
Gorklng, J. N. II. Gcrklng, Turn
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