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ALL "H BEER"
SO W1RTZ WRITES TO
3)hti'lct Attorney Hays Hctcrago It
.Ma It Liquor mid Under linn of Act
Will Prosecute All Who Hell
In County Offers Ordlnmico.
I'urthor discussion on the part of
tlio city council ns to tho treatment
to ho necorded "near hoer" dispen
saries In II end Ib useless, If the vlow
of tho law taken tiy DlBtrlct Attorney
AVIrtz finds favor with tho council.
Inn lottor to Mayor Hastes Mr. Wlrtz
has explained that, In his opinion, the
salo of "nenr heer" Is contrary to law
slnco It Is n malt liquor, and tho (tale
'of malt liquors Is unqualifiedly for
bidden. It Is understood thnt City Attorney
Do A rin oinl Is Inclined to disagree
with Mr. Wlrtz In his Interpretation
'Of tho law, nlthoiigh ho states that It
"will ho possible for tho council to
provent tho salo of "near boor." An
ordinanco forbidding Its salo has al
ready been passed by tho Prlnovlllo
council and tho H,imo action is under
consideration In Iledmnnd.
Holding tho opinion ho does tho
District Attornoy makes It clear thnt
lio will nco to It that "near beer" Is
not sold In Crook county, Irrespec
tive of nny action tho Ilond city
-council may tnko, nnd It 1b under
stood thnt ho litis Instructed his ns
Elstnnt, Chns. W. Krsklno, to pro
cocd against violators of tho law
The Wli-tli Letter.
Mr. Wlrtz'B lottor to Mayor Eastes
Is ns follows:
"liy Tho Ilullotln of thin wcok 1
loam that the City of Ilond Is ser
iously contemplating licensing tho
alo of tho so-cnllod "near beer"
concoctions that nro now bearing tho
A'arloifs mimes of "Amber Noctnr,"
IfCBtaff," etc., nnd I also under
stand thnt your city attorney has nrt-
Ised thnt such n stop can safoly'bo
"Now, I doslro by this lottor" to call
your attention to tho nttltudo of this
olllco In tho matter. It Is my con
tention Mat tho salo of this "noor
boor" stuff Is nlrondy prohibited by
tho stnto law and thorofaro It would
bo lllegnl to sell samo under n li
cense or no license and tho first, time
It is offorcd for sale In Crook county
arrests nnd prosccutlona will follow.
"I wnnt especially to call your at
tention to tho "dry" law. Section B
of tho net provides: 'Except ns here
inafter provided, It shnll bo unlawful
for nny person to manufacture, sell
or bnrtcr Intoxlcntlng liquors within
this stnto. Section 2 then provides:
Tho words 'Intoxlcntlng liquor,' ns
used In this net shall bo construed
to emlirnco nil spirituous, malt, vin
ous, formentod, or other Intoxicating
"It Is ndmlttod thnt tho 'nenr beer'
(Continued on Inst pngo.)
W. L. COI1B, Pros. D. E. IIUNTKR, VIco-Pres
THOS. CODD, Cablilcr
THE CENTRAL OREGON
Capital $25,000, Fully Paid
W. L. COBH
W. L. O'DONNELL
HTXTIXd 8HASOX HNIhS.
State Gnitio Warden Cnrl D. Shoe
maker will enforce tho fcdernl stut
uto which closes tlio duck reason Sat
rday, January 15. Tho lnrt Oro
Kon legislature extended tho season
to January .11, hut In vlow of the
connecting dates tho gamo warden
will enforce tho federal law.
HHNI) (illtl, HOXOHHD.
At tho hlg livestock review In Cor-
vnllls lat Friday a former I'ond girl,
Miss Lola McKay, led In tho women's
equestrian events riding Govomor
Wlthycomho's famous saddle marc
"Lorotta," which tho Governor por
mlttcd her the honor of riding. Miss
Mcllny Is attending 0. A. C. She la
known hero as an exceptionally good
STRAHORN BACK AT WORK
B08T.HBORES ABE COLLECTED
Kallrond Hulldcr Hns Itecn Suffer-
liiK With (lrii To Hamlin Until
Ari'iingctiiientH mo Completed.
Robert E. Strahom, projector nnd
prcsldont of tho Oregon, California &
Kastorn rnllway, nrrlved In Portland
this morning, nfter a two weeks'
tussle with tho grip. Ho contracted
It on his way from Portland to Spo
knuo nfter his return from a long trip
through enstorn Oregon.
Once recovered, however, Mr. Stra
hom plunged nt once Into n great
mnss of roports that had been com
piled by Chief Engineer JJoguo. Tho
engineer hnd lntoly returned from
his flold Investigations nnd draughts
men are now completing dual mnps
to show grnphlcnlly whut tho esti
mates of construction mean.
Tho roports of tho onglnoers havo
been long awaited, that the oommlt
tco of Portland business men might
hnvo accurate Information regarding
the cost of construction, nnd thus
hnvo a working basis for tho raising
of tho proportion of cost thnt Mr.
Strnhom Is asking to bo boruo by
Portland nnd Orogon.
Mr. Strahom sutd hn feels much
encouraged ovor tho prospects, and
tho wholo torrltory south nnd east of
Ilond, In the Klamath, Lakevlow nnd
Ilurni countries, nro developing a
most rordlnl support.
It Is probable- that Mr. Strahom
will remain In Portland from now on
until tio llnnnclnl arrangements nro
complied, so that work may begin
on thoiploucor railroad this spring or
WATER SOPPLY CHANGEO
Hend Xow Served From Up ltlver In
tnko Pressure Hcttcr.
Do you notlco nny dlfforenco in
what you nre drinking thoso days
from what It used to be? No this
Is not ono of thoso 1910 Orcson dry
queries. Id Is a straight question, is
tho wntor wiy different?
The tow' water supply, slnco tho
mlddlo of liii wcok, hns been coming
by tho now ftstom from up rlvor, tho
pumping plilit nt the power plant
being no Iolijor In use except for
omorgenclos. lAsldo from the certain
ty of froodoV from Impurity for
inorly possible because, of the. pas
sugo of wntor by tho town, tho now
Hystom gives n much strongor pres
Miro thnn bofoiu. It hns been In
stcllod by tho Hend Wntor Light &
Power Co. nt n cjst of ovor $10,000.
D. E. HUNTER
HHNI), OHKdOX, WEDNESDAY A
Conditions May Necessitate- Construc
tion of X'cw Hulldlng-Fntlicr Slice
han Accomplishes Much Work in
5 Yours IJus Two Assistants
With n growth of more thnn 125
porccnt In membership of tho Hend
Catholic Church In tho Inst thrco
months, nnd with nccominodatlons
scarcely sulllcleiit to caro for the reg
ular attendance at Mass on Sundays,
memboro of tho Hend church are con
sidering plans for the construction
of a now church. It tho local church
Irttlds, It will construct a handsomo
building on tho property owned by
tho church on Ohio strcot on which
tho parish houso now stands. It Is
felt that It tho membership Increases
ns rapidly In tho next tow months ns
it hns olnco Novombor, stops will
hnvo to be taken somo time In tho
Two Priests Added.,
Tho church has grown from 100
members slnco about November 1, to
more thnn 200 nt tho prcsont tlmo.
It hns been necossnry to increase tho
soatlng capacity nnd to mnke several
Improvomonts In tho Interior of tho
church. Tho growth has necessitat
ed tho enlistment of two prlosts to
REslst Fnthor Luko Shcehnn of tho
local parish. Father Adrian Sharlkey
of Dublin, Ireland, arrived In Ilond
recently nnd Is.asslstlng Father Shco
han In holding Mnss In sovornl
churches throughout Crook nnd Jof-
forson counties. Ilrothor Seraphim
O'Hellly, formerly of Hormlstdn,
came to Ilond In Novombor nnd lino
been holplng In tho routlno work of
Parish Is Active.
Father Sheohan has practically
plonoered the, church work In the
parish which embraces Crook and
Jotferson comtlji. When he onnio-to
Ilond In 1910 tho total membership
of tho Orthotic church In tho two
counties was about 1R0. Slnco ho
has boon associated with It tho mem
bership has grown to moro thnn GOO.
Churches hnvo boon recently built nt
Itodmond, Madras and La Pino under
his dlroction. Considerable work has
been accomplished among tho Warm
Springs Indians In tho Inst three
yo.iro and services ore expected to
bo held there soon for tho benefit or
TO HOLD I1AI1IHT DltlVIL
A great rabbit drive, In which tho
pooplo of Ilond nro Invltod to tnko
pnrt, Is planned by tho settle living
enot of town for Saturday. Pons will
he sot up on tho Shnrplocs plnco nnd
the drlvo will bo mndo from tho J.
O. Williams and tho Iliickholtz
ranches, beginning at 10 o'clock In
tho forenoon. All who can come nro
invltod to meet nt ono of these
machos nt thnt tlmo. No guns will
We carry a complete
line of goods
FOR THE HUNTER
Look, over our stock
of Rifles, Shotguns
Bend Hardware Co.
The Company thut put tho "Wear" In Hordworo
IF YOU DID NOT GET A CATALOG
CALL FOR ONE
FTHHXOOX, JAXCAHV Hi, 11)1(1.
IS SKOW SWEPT
BLIZZARD DID A1UCH
Silt cr Luke lliu Worst Storm In
cars Stock Reported to Ho In
Danger Malls Held Up on Ac
count of High Snow Drifts.
Ono of tho most severo snow
storms thnt bus boon ucen in yenis
HWept over Central Oregon Sunday
afternoon, abetted by a high south
west wind. Reports from various
localities south of Hend say that the
blizzard wns genorul nnd that tlio
snow fall has been unusually heavy
during tho Inst live. days.
From Silver Lake comes tho re
port that tho blizzard which lasted
for nearly a halt hour was the most
scvoro thnt the old residents there
have experienced in tho lest 10 yoarB.
Snows drifted In banks, especially on
tho main traveled rends. Malls ply
ing between that plnco and Hend
wore delayed 13 hours and tho horses
on mall stages gave out curouto.
With feed Bcarco nnd tho ther
mometer registering around zero,
stockmen say thnt cattle nnd sheep
nro suffering for Bholter. Just how
general this condition Is, la not yet
In tho Mllllcnn valley It Is report
ed that there are from six to seven
Inches of snow, nnd that drifts have
hindered tralllc In that part of tho
ocuntry. Mails going out from the
main mall routes nro being carried
by Individuals on foot.
Between Ilond and Hums tho re
ports say that tho snow lies nbout
two feet six Inches on tho ground and
that It Is almost ImpOBsiblo to travel
Jn the vicinity of Fort Hock nnd
Fremont tho winds have piled tho
snow In high drifts nnd hnvo blown
trce$ across tho road, holding up
traffic In thnt vicinity.
According to reports from tho lo
cal forost olllco tho snow lies nbout
25 foot on the lovol in the vicinity
of tho Tumnlo ranger station nnl In
tho sections nearer tho mountains
tho depth Is reported to bo consider
Hoports recolvpd yoitordny nt tho
ofllco of tho Ploneor Auto Stngo &
Livery Co., aro to tho effect thnt n
h'gh wind filled the ronds with snow
on Monday nnd that tho mull would
bo nt least 12 hours Into In getting
to Ln Pine. Cars which carried tho
mall from Ilond woro stalled on tho
Teams Turn Hack.
Tho heavy fnll of snow in tho Inst
4R hours throughout tho country
s nth of Ilond compelled sovornl
slolgh loads of frolght nnd pnsson
gers to turn buck to Ilond this morn
ing. J. Saltzmun started this morn
ing with n big load and will attempt
to mnke tho trip through to Hums.
It Is oxpoctod that mulls going out
from Hend to post olllces to tho south
will bo hold up hero for some dns.
At Urooklngs It Is reported that many
passengers bound for Hend nnd other
points nre blockaded.
Although tho snow has now reach
od n depth of IS Inches to two feet
In ninny places throughout tho woods,
logging operations In Tho Shovlln
Hlxon Company logging camps have
gone on unhampered.
Tho snowfall In tho Inst ton days
Is tho heaviest that has boon seen in
Central Oregon slnco 1911. Hoports
from various points throughout the
country to tho south todny that the
snow Is falling heavily today.
EIVE FOREIGNERS ARE
Former Subjects of Frniiz Joseph
Heroine Citizens of United States
Ceremonies Wcio linprcssltc.
Judgo Ilobort Morrow, of Mult
nomah county, sitting on the bench
of tho Crook Coulty Circuit Court
nt Its prcsont session nt Prlnevllle,
extracted tho hyphen from six aliens
nnd performed tho second operation
on three others Monday morning.
Mlko Drnglch, Dnn Drnglch, John
Todoroff, Turpo Elleff, Htovo Pnvioh
and Nnum Panoff, who woro until
Mondny, subjects of Franz Joseph of
Austria, bucamo full Hedged subjects
of Undo Sam, having boon granted
their final naturalization pnpors.
Knuto Nelson, Dominic Plzo and
John H. Sans started on the llnal lap
In their application for flnol citizen
Bhlp papers by taking out their sec
Judgo Morrow said tho ceremonies
of granting tho papers to the citi
zens of Ilcnd wns ono of tho most
Imprcsslvo hu hns over experienced,
nil of tho men showing unusual
knowledgo In tho affairs of tho Amer
Judge II. C. Ellis nnd A. L. French
acted as witnesses for tho applicants.
Hullettu to Publish Hecord of Comity
Court Work nnd Tav List.
Hy nrrangemont mndo with tho
county court nt Its meeting In Prluo
vlllo Inst wcok Tho Ilullotln will
again this year print the report ot
tho county court proceedings for tho
beuoflt of tho tnx pay&e on tho west
side of the county. This is n return
to tho arrangement existing In 1913
and 1911 and will" bo grontly appre
ciated by nil who nro interested In
Tho Ilullotln will nlso this year
print, for tho first tlmo, tho delin
quent tnx list, arrangements for this
having been mndo with tho Crook
County Journal, which will print tho
list lu Prlnovlllo, Publication of this
list will begin within tho next few
weeks. Tho first publcatlou or tho
county court proceedings will bo
found lu this Issue.
HI.VOX SUCCEEDS HHEVLIX.
F. P. Hlxon, of l.a Crosos, Wiscon
sin, has lieen elected to succeed the
late Thomas L. Shovlln, ns prosldout
of Tho Sliuvllii-IIIxan Company, ac
cording to reports received In Ilond
this week, Mr. Hl.vou Is now on his
way to Hend to Inspect tho work on
tho plant nnd will ho hero with other
company olllclnls within tho next 10
LsKi it n
COE, Vlco Prosldont
..ri v. v-
E. A. SAT1IEH, Vlco Pres.
n i iji ,cij3' yssf "sSs!!?'' ,tsi1?' 'sici1 & ssj; y ii' v ,sC5' fxy
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
Capita! fully paid
Surplus - .
jmid on Savings
Deposits - Coni
poundedJiinuiiry and July. Cull
or write for pur-tieulurs.
TEe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
CLUB MUST RAVE
DIRECTORS TO SELECT
Piessuro of Other Huslness Causes
Hesitation of II. 11. I)e Armond
us Manager of Commercial Hotly
Directors For Present Year.
II. If. Do Armond has roslgned as
mnnnger of the Ilond Commercial
Club, the resignation having been
presented to tho 'directors of the
club nt n mooting hold on Saturday
morning. Prosldont Koyes announc
ed tho resignation nt tho luncheon
following, stating thnt applications
for tho position would bo recolvod by
tho directors up to Friday.
Mr. Do Armond has'netod ns inan
ngor of tho club slnco tho sumnior
of 1911. Last wcok ho announced
his candidacy for thu Hep bllcnn
nomination ns district attornoy. Tins,
with his growing lnw prnctlco nnd his
recent appointment as city attorney
will so occupy his tlmo that hu can
not continue iib manngor of tho club.
In accepting tho resignation tho
directors of the club guvo Mr. Do
Armond a voto of thanks for tho ef
ficient mnunor In which ho hnd per
formed his duties.
Cnudldntos for tho position ns so
far reported nro Chns. W. Eraklno
nnd Dr. It. D. Kotchum. Tho olllco
pays $40 a month.
Odlcors of tho club for tho coming
year were oloctod nt a meeting held
Thursday night, preceding tho gym
nasium mooting, Tlioy nro ns fol
lows: Prcsldont, o. P. Koyes; vtrr
president, Floyd Domont; secretary,
It. W. Sawyor; tronsuror, C. S. Hud
sou; directors, tho procodlng and T.
II, Foley, A. J. Kroonort and W. L.
It Is planned by tho club to hold
a membership campaign lu the near
future, following the. snipe mothods
which w'- so successful In, Increas
ing thu momiiershl pin thu summer of
191-1. Tho cnptnlns for the two
teams to compote lu tho campaign
woro announced at tho luncheon on
Saturday and active work will bogitt
Former Hend Automobile Man Taken
(Iter WliltM'tt Interest lu Modern.
It. II. Doynrmond and IiIh son,
Ilruco, on Monday bought from Hen
ry WhlUott his Interest In tho Mod
ern Garngo on Hawthorne iivunuo and
took charge at once. Changes and
additions will be mndo Immediately,
Including the Installation of new ma
chinery which will make posnlblu tho
doing of nil kinds of nutomoldlo re
pair and general machine shop' work.
Mr. Deynriuond once had the only
garngo In Ilond In 1911 ho sold out
end moved to Dallas but returned to
Hend lust October. In Dallas ho ran
u largo garngo and mnchino shop.
M. LAIU, Cashier
15. McKEVNOLDS, Asst. CnBhlor,
A. HTOVEIt.Awit. Cashier