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The bend Bulletin
mtsu, oiu:cu., Wednesday aftehnoo.v, rnrnttwiii m, sum,
MEETING TO BE HELD
Irrigation, Dt-nlnngo and Hurnl Cred
its to Ho CoiinIiIoiciI Constltu
(iomil Amendment will Ik) Draft
ed for Submission ( People
PORTLAND, Fob. 10. Tho State
Irrigation, drainage and rhrnl cred
its conference authorized by tho Ore
gon Irrigation congress will li'o hold
nt tho Btntohouso In Salem, March 0.
Call for tho couforenco lms boon Is
sued by the special coinmlttco which
was given tho responsibility and nioro
than half of tho delegates from rop
Tesentntlvo state organizations have
been appointed. Tho couforenco del
egates nro nBkcd to formulate a plan
for state guaranty of Irrigation and
drainage securities and a system of
-HtMo rural credltB.
It Is proposod to draft a consti
tutional nmondniont for submission
to tho people nt tho next general olcc
-tlon. Tho conference will probably
docldo whether to submit cnnbllng
legislation at tho gonoral eloctlon or,
Inter, to tho legislature.
Already thero Is swooping tho state
conviction that no more Important
gathering lias oven been planned in
Oregon. It will have tho bigness and
serious responsibility of a constitu
tional convention. Tho best brains
and experience from all walks of life
nnd occupations will bo roprcBontod
Jind will bo called upon to produco
plan, which when enacted Into Inw,
.and ndinlnlstcred, will solvo tho
state's groat dovolopmont probjoms
of Irrigation nnd drainage. All au
thorities llnnnclors and farmers,
railroad mon nnd organized luboo
hnvo made statements recognizing
tho necessity of notion nnd support
ing tho fundamental chnrnctor of tho
procedtiro outlined. Tho only doubt
lins beoi ns to whothor prejudlcoi
nnd dirforonccs can bo laid asldo In
tho comnum purposo to do now n big
thing for Oregon.
llccnuso of tho j,ront public Intor
ost In, nnd tho significance of, the
conference, many will prohnblv Jnur
noy to tho stato capital from nil parts
of tho stnto to wltiioss the proceed
ings, their c&ncnrn knor rfw than
If It had beon a sewlon of tho Log
Irloturu which they had como to at
tend. Among tho delegates who havo
lioon nppolnfod nro tho following:
'Central Orogon Development Loaguo,
Cliss. Wood Eborloln, Klamnth Fnlls;
O 0. Leltor, Portland; J. 11. Upton,
Prlnovlllo: C. H. McConnell, Hums;
Q. C Vouiir, Culver.
Oregon Irrigation Congress: J. W.
IHrower. Portland: Fred N. Wnllnoo,
rTumnlo; Asa It. Thomson, Kcho; It.
a. Callvort, Portland, John H. Doll,
schvevous pass milt.ican
Tho Strnhorn surveying party li
Slow In tho Mllllcan valley, nccordln
to reports received this mornln.'.
3no section passed tho Mllllcan post
dllco yesterday nnd another, tho re
minder of tho party which started
from Ilend sovernl wcoks ago, Is un
derstood to havo turned south from
about tho 21 irllo post. They nro
reported to ho following tho gcno..il
aurso of tho nond-Uurna road.
W L. COIin, Pres.
TUOS. COIJH, Cashier.
THE CENTRAL OREGON
Capital $25,000, Fully Paid
essary for present
existence n n d future
and saving of money.
Our business is the safe
custody of the people's
money, and the pay
ment of fair interest in
our Savings Depart
ment. A solid, well
established bank at
C. .0. 1. HAS PROBABLY LOST
ITS BENH1FJLL5 RIGHTS
rnlltuc to Put liter to Hcticllcinl
I'so I ProMinicd to bo Abandon
ment mill Eight Iteveits.
That tho Central Oregon Irriga
tion Company will not bo nblo to
meet tho requirements of Commis
sioner Tnllmnn, of tho General Land
OITlce, In respect to tho showing he
requests as ,to water rights for tho
Hcnham Fnlls unit ocems nppnrcnt
from nn inspection of tho stato stat
uto under which tho Benhnm Fnlls
filing was made. Tho statute calls
for beneficial use of wator and where
appropriated water Is not used tho
Coupled with the Innblllty of tho
company to complete tho project
within tho tlmo of extension desired
it Is hollovod that tho wntcr situation
will prevent tho extension from being
granted. Tho Hond Commercial Club
and tho C. O. I. Co. Wator Usors'
Association have already gono on
rocord against the grant.
Filings on the Donhnm Falls water
have been nindo In tho county rec
ords at Prlnovlllo but It Is qucstlon-
ablo now ns to tholr standing, little
or no work having boon done to put
tho water to bonuflclnl use.
Tho law bearing on this situation
Is ns follows: Section 1, Chap. 279,
Laws of 1913:
"Ilonoflclal use shall bo tho basis
of tho mcnBuromont nnd limit of all
rights to tho ubo of water In this
stnto nnd whenovor hereafter tho
owner of a project nnd dovolopod
water right shnll ceaso or fall to tuo
tho wator approprlotcd for a pnrion
of live consocntlvo years, tho right to
uco Bhall thorounon ceaso nnd such
falluro to uso shall bo conclusively
pror.umod to bo an nbnnilonmont of
such water right and thoroafter tho
water which waB tho subject of uso
undor such wnter right shnll rovert
to tho public nnd become ngnln tho
subject of appropriation In the man
nor provided by law, subject to ex
PETITIONERS ASK FOR CHANGE
IN LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Plim Contemplates Separation of
Young and Arnold School Mut
ter to Como Hefiirc Hoard Feb. Ul)
Potltlons'wlll bo posted this weok
asking for changes In the boundary
of tho local school district No. 1-.
which nro planned for tho purpose of
making It ensler of nuministrntion
nnd to separato tho Interests of tho
two country schools, now In tho ills
trlct, from thoso of tho town.
Tho plan, which has beon frequent
ly proposod In tho past, contemplates
tho formation of two new districts
out of district 12 territory, ono con
taining tho Young school, and ono tho
Arnold school, nnd tho addition to
district 12 of torrltory to tho south.
Iloth petitions hnvo beon signed by
lurgo numbors of the resldonts of tho
proposod now dlBterlcts. At n meet
ing to discuss tho chnugo held at tho
Grnngo hall Monday night over 10
rosldontB of tho Young school neigh
borhood attonded and approved tho
plan. Tho Arnold potitlon had been
Tho petitions will ho presented to
tho district boundary board, consist
ing of Jutlgo Springer, Commlsslon
ors Overturf nnd Illnnchord, Super
intendent Myers nnd Tronsuror Jor
dan, at Its meotlng on Fobrunry 29.
D. E. HUNTER, Vice-Pros
H. M. STEPHENS, Asst. Cashlsr
CITY GLEN HP
COA1A1ITTEE TAKES UP
Campaign Will bo Made to Ileiiutlfy
City Files Comes Under linn To
Co-openite With I.iidies Library
Club In Flower Show Work.
With tho appointment last weok
by Mayor Ea-stes of a Civic Improve
ment committee, ns authorized by tho
council, plans havo been formulated
for nn exteuslvo campaign for tho
benutlflcatlou of tho city and tho
cleaning up and keeping clean of nil
alloys, streets nnd other spots now In
nn unsightly condition.
Ono of tho first matters on the
committee's program Is to mako a
general survey of tho town for the
purposo of listing nil places which
need clennlng up. When this Is fin
ished tho qwners, or others who may
bo responsible, will be urged to havo
tho work done. If within n renson-
nblo tlmo no ntteutlnn Is paid to tlm
request tho mimes will bo reported
to tho council for action under the
rccoutly enacted clean-up ordinance.
Along with tho elforts to obtain a
cleaner city n "Swnt-the-lly" cam
palgn Is planned. Work In this Hue
Is to begin at onco In order to get the
jump on those pests nnd clean thorn
out boforo thoy have time to multi
ply. Another fonture of tho work will
bo to encourage llower nnd lawn
planting In tho residence districts.
In this the committee will work In
conjunction with the Ladles Library
Club which holds its annual ilowor
show In August.
As announced last weok tho mem
bers of tho committee nro: H. W.
Skuso, Kev. II. C. Hartrnnrt, It. O.
White, Mrs. J. P. Koyes, .Mrs. E. P.
Hrosterhous. Mrs. J. H. Larson nnd
Mrs. C. S. Hudson.
PAMPHLET TO HE MAILED.
A pamphlet containing tho pro
posed amendments to the city char
tor to provldo for district Improve
ment bonding and to rt.i.o funds -for
the purchase of tho terminal proper
ty deslrod by Itnbort E. Strnhorn for
tho Oregon, California & Eastern
railroad hns been prln'od nnd will bo
mailed to all voters this weok. Tho
election on those monsuros will bo
hold on February 28, It Is expected
that tho Tormliinls commlttco of tho
Commercial Club will report at tli3
uoxt meeting of tho club.
C. A. MtADLEV IS HELD.
O. A. Bradley, of Itodmond, wan
bound over this nftornoon In Jraigo
J. A. Eaatos' court on $200 bonds to
appear boforo tho grand Jury to nu
swor tho chargo of colling for food
a hog affected witli nn Infectious dls
eoso. Tho hog was offered to C. A.
Iloyd of Ilend for silo last weok, but
was condomned. Dr. U. C. Coo, who
mndo an oxamlnntiou of tho nnlmnl
was tho Informnnt. Mr, Urndloy was
reprccented In tho prollmlnnry by
Ilnss rarnham of Doud and Denton
G. llurd'ck of Ilcdmoud. Tho str.to
was roprenontod by C. W. Ersklno,
deputy district attorney.
We carry a complete
line of goods
FOR THE HUNTER
LooJ over our stock
of Rifles, Shotguns
Bend Hardware Co.
COIRS FEB. 24
GENERAL PUBLIC IS IN
VITED Special Features Will bo Ai ranged
by Committee In charge or Infor
mal Funitloii to be' Held In Com
ineulal Club Itooius Soon.
An opportunity for now resldonts
to becomo acquainted will bo afford
ed nt tho public reception to bo held
on tho afternoon nnd evening of Feb
ruary 21 In tho Commercial Club
rooms under tho auspices of tho Com
mercial Club, oBBiBted by tho Library
Club aud tho Parent-Toachur Asso
ciation, Tho recoptlon will bo Btrlctly in
formal, according to the commlttco In
charge, and ovory inducement will bo
given both old timers mid now comers
to "mix" on this occasion. Tho In
vitation to tho gonoral public of lletul
nnd vicinity is gcnaral, Tho com
mittee will excrclso particular pains
In decorating tho Commercial Club
rooms suitably for tho occasion. Light
refreshments will bo served during
tho afternoon mid evening. Tho
hours of receiving will be from 2:.'!0
to 5 o'clock In the nftornoon mid
from 7 (o 9:30 in tho evening. A
special musical program will bo pre
pared for both afternoon and o ou-
lng. The numbors which hnvo boon
selected for entertainment arc:
Aftei noon I'rogiaiii.
Piano solo Chester Catlow
Vocal solo Mrs. N. II. lloed
"Happy Days" a Stoolozkl.
Heading Mrs. Myrtle SchlappI
Piano nolo Chostor Cntlov
al solo Mrs. II. L. Hopkins
"O, Dry Thoso Tears"
TeroBsa Del Holgo.
lln solo Mrs. Ivn West Wurd
"Sonus D'Auiour" Schmot.
Vocl trio . . .Parker, Fish, McLnurln
' "Onco Again" Alt.
Vooul solo ..Mrs. Iternlco II. Forroat
"Perfect Day Carry Jacobs Ilond
With Oichestra Accompaniment.
Girl's Qunrtotto .Selected
VT. . .Mrs. FloreiU'o Lunbeck-Sllvls
"Tho Song of tho Turnkey" from
Hoblu Ho od.
Mrs. Ivn Wost Ward, W. J. Sproat
"Droamy MomontH' -J. Enrich Op 32
Vocnl solo ..Mrs. Ilornlco II. Forrest
'Life's Clnnlen" Carrie Jacobs Uond
Vocnl trio . . . Parkor, Flah. McLnurln
"Siiwanoo Illvor lostor.
Vocnl Bolectlon ....Olrl's Oloo Club
'Goodbye Summor" Frank Fostor
Sr.WEU llEINfi CLEANED.
Having discovered by n recent In
spection that tho clt sowor was bnd
h clogged the council hns had men
nt work for tho past weok roniovlng
tho obstructions. In tho courso of
the work mntorlal has boon found
ranging from nn old unibrolln to a
cart load of rock. It Is now plntinoil
to provide fastenings for the nmn
holes to prevent their bolng raised
by other thnn city employoos, In or
der to prevont any further dllllcultles
of this nature.
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STEEL IIOFOIIT 1'OH HIUIKU:
PK1NEVILLE, J'cb. 10- - 2 p. in
At a special meetliiK of the
county court liold -hete this
tuoriilug stool for the new
bridge to bo built over the Dos-
chutos at tho site of the Uond
Wator Light .t Power Co. ilnm
was purchased by tho court and
a contract mndo with the rep-
resontatlve of tho steel company
to have the brldgo erected with-
In 30 days.
TRAIN SERVICE INTERRUPTED
SECOND TIE IN MONTH
Monti Without Mall Tliice Days Last
Week Slides null Fioshct In Can-
j on t'nii'-o Illockiiile.
Again last week train service on
both roads running Into Ilend wns In
terrupted, tho town being without
mall forrthrco xlnys. For u portion
of tho time, us was tho enso tho week
boforo, tho telegraph wires wero
down and nil communication ulth
tho outsldo world wob cut off.
Last weok's dllllcultles woro tho
nftormnth of tho sevoro storm of tho
proceeding weok, bolng cnused by
tho rolln nnd rapid molting of the
Tho last trnliiB to arrlvo boforo tho
blockndo began woro on Thursday,
tho O.-W. It. & X. train gottlng In
early In tho morning, nnd tho Oregon
Trunk at noon of that day. Thereaf
ter thoro wore no arrivals until Sat
urday night when tho blockade was
lifted. Two trains ennio on Sunday
nnd on Mondny thero wero two more,
the llrst bringing n four day's accum
ulation of mall from tho oast.
On tho O-W. lino the chief dliricul
ty was caused by the waBhlug out of
the brldgo over Hnkeovon crook,
while Xw Orogon Trunk hnd vory
heavy slides to contend with.
Normal service Is now restored and
no further dllllculty In anticipated.
FORTY-NINE PUPILS ME
PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
fSoiiornl Axeuige for tho Lust Semes
ter Wns 111) Per rent or Hotter
Supt. Hopkins Complies Lint.
Forty nlno pupils In tho grammar
grades of the Uond public schools
wero ontorod on tho honor roll for
tho Inst Homester of tho school year,
having received n gonornl avorngo
of U0 por cent or hotter lu tholr
Htudlos. Tho llBt of pupils who mndo
the crodltnblo grades, as compiled by
Superintendent II. L. Hopkins, Is as
Eighth Oriulo Coral Ilntos, Mild-
rod Klein, Nellie Leslie. Clyde Uoiik
loy, Mary Vnndovort, Evelyn Clark.
Sovouth Orado lloulah Colvor,
Edwin Dana, Lydln Sherror.
Sixth Orado Hugh Kelloy, Voarl
Lohrninn, Launcelut Sartz, Lostor
Smdth. Hownril Wntsmi. Frud Hhuoy,
Agnos JohiiBou, DorlH Pnttlu, Hesslo
Smith. Sarah Murphy.
Fifth dado Floronco Downing,
Downing, Ivan Lolirmnn, Catlierlnn
Voorheos, Donald Shanks.
Fourth Orndo lloatrlco McAUht
tor, Mary JohiiBton, Leo Kohllold.
Third Orado AniBiidn Anderson.
Leo Drown, Sldnny HartHimin, Joyce
Wooloy, Mllfrod Todd.
Second urndo Toililv Snthor, Jauo
Hynn, David ThomiiB, HohIo Thoinati.
Ifiinnm Muollor, Ornco Pnrton, Plorce
First Orado Joseph Plosho. Low
ts Slovens, Hurry (Jrnblnr, Molvln
Slienfoldt, ArohllHild Nordoon. Phll
Hh SchlappI, Adeul Nordoeu, lloatrlco
Morrntt, Hoy LuudbeiK, Jamos Hark
lev, Noy Artliur.
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C. S. Hl'DSON. Preslilont E.
V, C. C'OE, Vlco President L.
E. A. SATHEK, Vlco Pros. 11.
The First National Bank
OF BEND, BEND, OREGON
('uplift! fully paid 25,000
All National Banks
Tliey are subject to tho smne .strict rules
nnd rcgulnlions in force in all (lopuitmcnts of
the Government, and required to live up to
its liigli .standard.
NATIONAL HANKS must hulong to the
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, and are
entitled to all of its advantages.
We will be pleased lo explain to our frlcnJt and cus
tomers the many advantages of this system and the practl
cally limitless protection It offers lo depositors.
TKe FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BEND
GRAZING PERA1ITS ARE
Ipper Dcrhittcs Livestock Asfcocln-
tlon Plans Actlvo Year Small
Handlers Show Interest In Facil
ities OlTcted on tho Forests.
That thoro will bo nn approximate
increase of 000 head of cattle and
sheep grazed on tho upper DoRohutes
river basin within the boundaries of
tho Deschutes National Forest during
tho coming year wai Indlrntcd nt tho
annual moating of tho Upper Dos
chutes Livestock Association hold
last Saturday nftornoon nt tho head
quarters of tho supervisor of tho for
est In Ilond. Of tho 000 hond or cat
tle and horses, C00 will bo grazed by
farmers near tho boundaries of tho
national forest who, horotoforo, havo
novor used tho rnngo.
At Saturday's meotlng K. E.
01rlii:es wns elected president, nnd J.
II. Stnnloy, secrotary-troaBuror, to
servo for tho ensuing year. Tho ad
visory board elected Includes tho fol
lowing Htockmvu: H. E. Grimes, J,
II. Stnnloy, M. S. Maylleld, S. S.
Stearns aud John Elder.
Exponso Is Small.
According to tho report for tho last
your two rango riders woro employ
ed for tho Crnno Pratrlo unit and thin
ospctiBO, added to tho cost of salt and
drift fouco material, niado a total
cost of 72 cents por hond for thu 8r"
hond handled In this way on tho
rnugo lust year.
Tho niDiubors of tho I'ppor Dos
rhutofi Livestock Assoclntlou nro
showing keen Interest in rnugo of
fered by tho government nnd oxpoct
to lake Important stops this yoar In
bettering tho condition. The com
ing yenr promises to offor to tho lo
cal stock mon bettor grazing than
thoy hnvo hnd for sovernl years ow
ing to tho untiBunlly heavy precipi
tation, during tho hint 'fow months
which will nssurn plenty of grnss
throughout tho Bummor months.
Ployil HU In Wr-t ly .Kiicnl-Ai-thorltlos.
A warrant clmrglng Floyd Hills,
formorly employed by tho Ilrooks
Sonnlon Lumber Company, with for
gery, was sworn out In Judgo J. A.
Enstos's court last Friday morning.
Illlls Is ullogod to hnvo called for
S. II. Sonnrud's tlmo chock on
Thursilny evening to which ho slgnod
Soniirud'H name and cashed It.
A letter found on tho utroot sub
Hoiiuoiit to tho nlTalr loads thu nlll
cors to bollovo that Hills loft for Sll
w Lake whore ho Is supposed to
hnvo rolotlvos. Tho authorities of
Lako county have been uuthorlzod to
K. of .' MEET TONHIHT.
Tho fifty second annlvors,ary and
roll call of tho Knlglits of Pythlnn
will bo colobrntod ' y tho local lodgo
tonight In Bather hall. Nntlcos liuvo
been sunt to nil members lu Ilend,
who hnvo been urged to bo present.
PJniiB for n social evening hnvo boon
mndo by tho committee lu chnrgo of
W 'QP1'S?,WB"'W OOS'jJ'IIBUfP
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M. KARA. Cashier . Ij boiiH
O. McllEYNOLDtf, Asst. CaBhlerfSi
A. STOVEH.Aaat. Cushlor J
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