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The bend bulletin.
11HXD, OKKOO.V, WKDNKSDAV AITintXOO.N, JANUARY fS, JIM (I.
i to m
in, en beer"
Jin or Knstcs Tnkes Chair at Kli-st
Meeting Vestei day Appointments
.ti Imlc mill Alt I'nmiliiiotisly
Conllinicil-Coiincll Piijh Hills
Tho snloon mny bo (lend In Oregon
lint It was npparent to Hiobo who nt
lendod tlio council meeting yesterday
afternoon Hint tlteio are yot n num-
r of questions to bo settled In cl'os
if5 the eBtntcr iiml attending to ho
-aldunry bequests. "Whnt slmll lio
one nbout tho anlo of so-colled 'nenr
er?" was tho question up on Tucs-
rounrllmnn Caldwell started tlio
rolling liy announcing thnt lio
In favor of forbidding tho Bnlo
"nenr beer" In Rend. Then sonic
one naked If the city hnd power to
lo tills nnd tlio suggestion wiib m..do
thnt nt lniHt it could charge u high
l'rrn'se fee for the privilege, of eolllng
Vhntpver tho cltj s powers wore
one of the council woro f"r linnieit
rte -ictlon while others thought It
lirst to ccineldor the question longer,
vhkh was the course finally agreed
Yesterday's meeting was tho flrat
of tho now venr and tho first to ho
prended over by Mayor J. A. Uastea.
lir'oro taking his seat Mayor Haste
rend an address to tho council out
lining IiIb Idor.H of work for tho coin
lng venr nnd calling attention to par
ticular ninttcra needing considera
tion by tho city. Tho nddrosa la
printed in full clHowhcro In this
Following this Mayor Hastes an
nounced hla committee appointments,
tliov being tho anmo ns reported in
Tho Hiillctln boiuo weeks ngo, and
tho names of tho nppolntlve offlcora.
These, nro tho same na appointed by
'(Continued on Inst page,)
SHEVLIN LEFT 53,500,000.
Widow ItccclH's Annual Tiu'onio of
$(10,000 I'mler Will.
( Portland TeleKYnm.)
M'WHAI'OMS, Jan. I. -Tlio will
) t e into Thniim L. Shcvllu, for
ir .tlo football star, Illoil for pro
1 ate today, loaves the ostnto of $.1,
00,000 to tho widow and two chil
dren, v large part of the estate la plac
ed I j irest until tho two children
re ich the age of 30. The monoy then
v. 111 o equally dlvldod botweon thorn.
Mra Shovlln will receive nn nnnual
uroi.io of $00,000 in addition to
nioncv from cortnln holdings.
thougli Mr. Shevlin's llfo wni
1 ra. lv insured, only $. 1S,000 is
J r n lo to tho widow, $1.1)00.000 go
lng ir t.o luniiior compnn'ca of
wlr ' he was hend.
W. L. COIHJ, Pros.
THE CENTRAL OREGON
Capital $25,000, Fully Paid
. FOR C
,g .BUSINESS' ' .
B TIIOS. COBB D. B. HUNTER
TO DISCUSS GYMNASIUM -PUNS
Subset Idem nro 1'i'ged to Meet ut
Commercial Club Rooms To Con-
aider Now Kent tit cm.
A meeting, the purposo of which
ia to (IIbcubs tlio pinna for tho
proposed Mend gymnasium, will bo
hold tomorrow evening In tho Com
mercial Club rooms. All the buIi
acrlbern to the stock nro asked to bo
present at 7: lf o'clock.
It ia expoctod that something def
lulto ns to tho typo of building will
be determined nt thla meeting nnd
the rolntlvo advantages nnd costB of
flamo nnd brick construction will bo
considered. Tho mnttor of n swim
ming pool will probably bo taken up,
unexpected IntereBt being shown In
this particular feature of tlio struc
ture. It will be aBcortalncd whnt tho
costs of ouch nn addition to tho pro
posed Institution will ho nnd nn of
fort will bo mndo to find out whether
It can bo flnnncod In connection with
tho plans as thoy nro now.
Owing to tlio holiday business rush
which tho buslno'8 men hnvo exper
ienced this meotlng hns been post
poned by tho men In charge of the
gymnasium plans. It Is believed thnt
It Is now opportune to commOnco def
inite work rolntlvo to construction
nnd selection of property for tho
building. Moro than $3,000 hns boon
subscribed nnd sums hnvo been prom
ised by prominent persons In town
in ovont that new fonturos nro doslr
od. JUDGE MORROW TO TRY CASE
Multnomah .1 in Kt to Occupy County
llencli Xet Week.
Judo Robert Morrow of Portland
will occupy tho bench of the Crook
County Circuit Court for a part of
tho session of the court wlilch opens
on next Monday moinlng ut l'rlnu
Hoforo .Tudgo T. E. J. Huffy wont
on tho Crook county bench ho wns
Interested In several canes which
conio hoforo tlicc ourt nt this session.
Judge .Morrow will occupy tho bench
during tho hearing of theso particular
After tho usual Christmas vacatlonl
scnooi opened again on .Mouuny. Ac
cording to Superintendent Hopkins
fifteen now pupils presented them
selves . r tho ononliiK day nnd woro
jiliulttaJtO cloti'-utraadv Xoruiod,
Still moro are expected nt tlio open
ing of tho now torm which boglns in
u few weoks.
TO IIOU) HKCUI'TIOX.
Tho reception to be givon to tho
now rosldouts of llond will tnko pluco
on January 20, according to an an
nouncement made today by Mrs. C.
M. McKay, who Is at tho head of tho
commltteo on arrangements. Tho nf
fni'r will he held In the Commercial
Club room on tho afternoon nnd
evening of thnt day nnd nn invitation
is Issued to nil to attend.
TO KX.KUV OKKICHIIS.
Tho annual mooting of tho Bond
Commercial Club for the election or
offlcora for the coming year will be
hold In tho Commercial Club room
Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock. All
members nro urged to bo present.
D. K. IIUNTKR, Vito-Pres
LIE ARMOND IS
Other Crook County Men at c Xiimed
RicMct- Klcctocl Picsldcut lieu
oliitioim Cull for Government
Aid Conference Is Called.
H..II, Do Armond, of Hend, wnB
olected first vice president .of tho
Or.cgon Irrigation Congress nt ita
fifth nnnunl session held In Portland
last week. Other officers from Crook
county nro Kred X. Wallace, of Tuni
nlo, re-elected secrctnry, nnd Don
ton O. llurdlck, of Redmond, appoint
ed to the executive. .committee. J, W.
llrowor, formei ly of Redmond, was
Tho chief rosttlt of tho Congress
was a decision to cull a confroonce
to bo pnrtlclpatod in by v,nrloua stuto
I bodies for the purpose of framing
legislntlnn to bo presented to tho
people to obtain nld for Irrigation.
Tho last day of tho enn gross was
roported in Tho Oregonlnti ns fol
lows: "A sharp thrco cornered fight for
the presidency of tho Oregon Irriga
tion Con gross, resulting In tho choice
of J. W. Ilrower, of Portland, the
adoption of resolutions , the koynoto
of which wan. tho endorsement or
stnto aid for Irrlgntlonists, nnd n
Parthian shot by J. T. lllnklo or
Ilormlston, unsuccessful candidate
for prosldent, na tho Congress closed,
their business meetings at tho Im
perial hotel, woro tho features of tho
last day of tho Klfth Annual Irriga
tion Congress of Oregon, which end
ed It b thrco days' session with a ban
quet Inst night at tho Chnmbor or
"A constitutional amendment was
favored by n resolution submitted to
tho Congress by the resolution com
mittee which would provldo a stnto
gunranteo for principal and Interest
of Irrigation nnd dralnngo bonds, ns
woll na for a state systom of rural
- KiuH'fxl-Cinfoi'Ciu'u I'imhmm1.
The resolution naked that a con
ference ho called at wlilch the pro
posed mensuies he formulated, thin
gathering to be widely reprosnntatlvo
of tho state's varied Interests.
"The resolution voicing a recom
mendation for stato aid was drafted
by I. X. Dav nnd O, C. I.olter, acting
as a subcommittee of tho resolutions
commlttoo. Tho commlttco had ask
ed that Mr. Day meet with It mm
holp frnmo tho resolution in line with
tho Ideas expressed In his address.
"The resolutions submitted by the
commlttco were adopted unanimous
ly by the Congress, after strong sup
port was given them by various dolo
gatea In short talks.
"Other resolutions endorsed tho
Jones Hill, providing for Government
guarantee of interest on Irrigation
(Continued on page S.)
' We carry a complete i
line of goods I
FOR THE.HUNTER j
Look over our stock
of Rifles, Shotguns
Tho Company that put the
IF YOU DID NOT GET A CATALOG
CALL FOR ONE
FACTS ON UNIT
GIVES 90 DAYS TO
Lund Moiml AnIih Company null Set
tleis for Statement on llcplinm Sog
legation Commercial Club Ke
ith cs Copy of the Letter.
(Special to Tho Hullotln.)
SALHM, Jan. I. Tho Commission
er of the General I. nnd Office wilt ro-
1 ject the application for renewal or
I tho Heuhnni Kails unit contract tin
. less good reason to the contrary Is
J shown within 0 dnya. A letter ho
i stating wiib received by tho Desert
iiLnnd Hoard and read nt Its mooting
yoBtorday. Tho communication states
that opportunity will now bo given
the company nnd the laud board to
show ovlduuco why further oxteusion
! should lio, granted. The board pre
viously had oudortiOd tho extension
, of list '10, ombruclng tho Houhum
I Kalis 71, 000.
The original, contrnct expired In
October of this enr, nftor a life or
ton yours. Under tho law tho laud
office can extend such a contract for
live yoars, but no longer.
Among other Information which
the eonimlaalouer nska for In hla let
ter lio says "It should bo shown that
the project can be completed by Oc
tober 17, 1920."
At tho meeting yesterday Frod
Vullnro, mnnagor of the state's Turn
alo project, present on other busi
ness, wns questioned on the subject
nnd apoko strongly In fnvor of grunt
ing nn extension. Ho said he be
lieved tho Hontlmont In Crook coun
ty on tho question wns about oqunlly
divided, nnd that many favored the
oxtonslon In tho Prlnavlllo country.
lie wiib of the opinion that success
ful homeatcadlng of tho moat of tho
lands on a dry farming basis would
ho Impossible, and thnt settlement
now would permanently romovo tho
urea from possibility of Irrigation,
Tlio I.nnd Hoard litis naked the C.
O. I. Water Usors Association ana
the company to stnte its case, prn
Homing all available Information, it
has previously recolved from the
Hend Commercial Club n copy of
resolutions passed by that body pro
testing ngalnst oxtonslon, clipped
from a newspaper, accompanied by a
lotter stntlng thnt a complete stnto
mtint would follow. Such Htntoment
hns novor heon submitted, nnd Is al
so bolng nwnltnd by tho commission
er of the general lnud offico, na ho
Intlmntos In his letter to tho stato
A copy of Commissioner Taltman'a
lotter was' recolved In Horn! oarly this
wook and action tnken nt once by
tho dlrectora of the Commercial jCluli
to produce tho evldonco desired by
To a cortnln cxtont Mr. Tollman's
lottor follows the one ho wroto in
(Contlnuod on laat pago.)
- ware Co.
"Wear" in Hardware
BE RIGIDLY ENFORCED
Chief of Police llolierts Serves Xo.
tkes on I'mlesli ulilcs to I,ouc
Ton n Many (Jo.
In order to rid tho town of any
persons, who It may bo thought are
undesirables, Chief of Police Roberts
started this week to enforce tlio vng
rancy law. Several notices were
served on persona "without visible
incline of support" to leavo town as
soon ns possible.
Chief of Pollco Roberts thinks thnt'
much of the petty thievery that has
been reported to him by residents In
various parts of town havo heon done
Jiy persons, principally translout, wlio
hnvo been out of employment. A
thorough Investigation wns mndo ho
foro notices woro served on unem
ployed men to nsccrtuln whoMior thoy
woro attempting to obtain work. In
thoso Instances whore it was found
that rniiiio of the unemployed bnd not
mndo nn effort to find work they woro
told to lenvo town nt once. Chlor
Roberto says that mnny havo nlrendy
taken heed of hla warning.
In ridding tho town of mon, who
it la believed aye undcslrnblQ it Is
thought that petty thlovlug as well
na tho burglarizing that has been go
ing on for sovoral weeks will be min
imised. TO PORM NEW DODY
State Chamber of Conmieico to Sne
ered Development I,en;;ue.
After nn all day discussion a plan
for the reorganization of tho Oregon
Development League wns tentatively
agreed upon nt n meeting held In
Portland on Krldny. Tho Idea Is to
give up tlio development lenguo and
to form a stnto chamber of commerce,
the completo dotalls to bo worked out
by n commlttoo appointed on Friday.
II. II. Do Armond, of Rend, was
clinlrmnu of tho mooting on Friday.
Ho appointed a representative com
mittee to work out tho plan agrcod
upon, C, S. Hudson, or Rend, bolng
tho reproscntatlvo of this section.
"SETTLER PAYS. THE RILL"
Governor Snjx litigation Siycerd
Only Willi Success of Whole.
A wnrnlng that "Irrigation" is not
a mngio word, and that success under
a project can only ho found, through
persistent work wns voiced by moro
thnn one apenkor nt tho sessions or
tho Oregon Irrigation Congress yos
tarday. Oovornor James Wlthycomho
"Wo have painted too glowing n
picture In some Instances, nnd havo
made tho coat of tho laud too groat.
Tho settler first must bo hoard, for
tho sottler on an Irrigation project,
unlike tho fnrmer olsowhero, la only
nn Integral part of a unit nnd Is not
a unit In himself, so ho can succeed
only ns tho wholo project succeeds."
Ho deplores the maintenance of too
many salaried men on Irrigation pro
jects, "for after all, it Is tho settler
who pays the hill."
C. S. HUDSON, President B.
u. i;. vun, vico i resiui-at i,.
IS. A. SATHKR, Vice Pres. 11.
"C Hdl lUbVrjU WU1I j5S,J
OF BEND, BEND.OR.EGON
Capital fully paid
2fj Savings Department Jf5
puid on Savings ((W
& UJs Deposits Com- , IjJ
ft f poundedJanuary f?W
r M and July. Call , M
Vk ?1 or write for par- 7
J&j! ticulars. , M
JJ TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
ut ($D) ' ' (fjy
9 Pz!sri 1 tiffin ttrLfifriTfH!
HIS BODY WAS BADLY
.Misjudges Distance lletuccn l,oail of
Lumber and Kliiine Funeral Held
Vest eiduy nt I.n Pine lied Men
In Charge Relntlu's Mtirilvo.
Ivan Shulz, of La Pine, employed
by the Anno Brothers in hauling lum
ber from tlio Griffin mill to tho
HrookB-Scnnlon'Coinpnny's plant mot
denth early Friday morning by bo
lng crushed to death between n heavy
lond of lumber nnd tho, Hume on the
Arnold ditch nenr tho Scott-Horn
mill alto. Death came almott Instant
ly. According to nn eye wltuosa, Shulz
hnd nn unusually heavy load of lum
ber on his wagon. Ho evidently
thought ho could clear tho Mil mo
without descending from the wagon
ao ho laid Hat on ,hla bnok and was
caught between tho top of tho load
and tho Ilumo when the load wni
about half way under. Shulz callod
to hla team which stopped, but too
late to enable him to dislodge him
self. Home mon nearby who heard
the call rtiBhed to hla anslstanco Im
mediately, hut It was Impossible to
romovo him. Shulz was nenr death
when tho men reached tlio wagon. ,
Dr. Coo was called immediately, but
tho unfortunate man died hoforo hla
An Investigation rovcnlcd that
Shutz's chest wns crushed, ono of his
arms were broken nnd his skull badly
frnctured. Tho body wns taken to
tho Nlswongor undertaking parlora
nnd Monday to La Pino whoro tho
interment wob made Tuesday morn
ing under tho auspices of the Redmon
lodge, to which Mr. Shulz belonged.
Tho deconscd is survived by- hl3
mother who Uvea in Susnnvlllo, Cali
fornia, two slstors, Mrs. Mnyftald and
Mrs. W. (I. Fordhnm of La Pino, nnd
n brother, nil of whom wero hero ror
(oernor Will liihlst on Tlielr Pres
ence lit C. (). I. Discussions.
Thnt Oovornor Wlthycomho will
Inblat on full nnd comploto hearings
with nn opportunity for settlers to
bo roprosontod before making any
decision on mutters relntlng to tho
C. O. I. project la tho report,
brought back from Portland by sov-'
oral who uttcmlod the Irrigation con
gress and hoard tho Buvernor'B
Oovornor Wlthycombe has hoard
consldoruhlo complaint as to tho man
ner In which tho Bottlers hnvo boon
fronted In the mnttor of hearing
blthorto and will see to It that they
hnvo nmplo chanco to bo heard on all
matters In tho future. Ho jundo this
clear In his speech ut tho congress
in which ho touched on tho subject.
M, LARA. Cashier (J $jA
u. .uciir.. i .mji.i.io, jibdi. vusuiur.
A. STOVEH.Asst. Cashier
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