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The bend bulletin
HEXD, OltlK.OX, WEDNESDAY AFTI.KXOOX, JUNE II, lino.
Tiansnelloii Closed on Tlititsdtiy
About !ifl,(l(M Acres Involved
( onsldcratlon Is Sulil (o lio CId.so
lo .Million anil a Quarter.
Tlio sale o( tho largest tract of
Deschutes timber to change. handH
iinco tlio purchases of Tlio Shovlln
ihxoii Company Inst year was con
summated on Thursday when tho
Slicvlln Interests bought tlio Muel
ler tract of about 20,000 ncres lying
In a compact body in tlio country
Hontli of Luvu Ilutte.
With tho uciiulsltlon of this tract
tlio Shovlln Interests come Into pos
session of what la regarded as tho
liest uody of western pine In tho Des
chutes country, ;ho tltnJicr stand bo
tng unusually heavy and at tho snmo
t mo offering unsurpassed opportun
Hlcs for economical logging. In ad
dition tho tract furnishes u connec
tion between the Shovlln holdings on
ilio north and south of It so thnt
(very tnllo of logging road which is
litillt south will bo productive
Owning alrcndy nourly 220,000
acres of Deschutes valley tlmhar
land In the country south of lleitd tho
now purclutso will glvo tho Shovlln
Interests n total of 2-Hi.OOO acres In
ono compact body between Hend and
Crescent, or an nrea groator than
that of tho state or Uhode Island.
For nearly 100 miles tho company's
logging road will run on Its own
lands and through Its own timber.
Figurine tho timber to run at 20,
000 feet to tho aero this means tho
control of nearly llvo billion foot of
plno, all of which will bo manufac
tured ul Hend and Insures tho oper
ation of tho Shovlln mill at the pres
ent proposed rato of cut for over 30
A desirable fcjituro of tho pur
chuso Ih tho opportunity afforded to
log economically to tho south In tho
Biimmor, and In the winter to enrry
on tho work In tho Rogers tract
nearer to town whoto tho snow Is
not as deep as It Is further south,
rlaimeil by "Tom" Hhevllii.
Tlio acquisition or tho Mueller
timber by tho Slievllu Intorests Is
auld to have been o:lo of tlio last mat
tors considered by the lato T. I..
Shovlln before his death In Decem
ber, Mr. Shovlln was nero omy in
short tlino boforo his sudden inuP
Una! Illness and at the ttmo decided
that the purchase should bo made If
satisfactory terms could bo agreed
upon Negotiations were oponeil
...in. tiw. Mn,iltir liiinri(H bv John E.
llynn through Hunter ft Stnnta. tho
Pond timber brokers, and an option
on the tract obtained. After five
months of consideration, cjurliu;
which tho option was onco roaewod,
tlio salo Is now completed.
Although tho prlco agreed upon
Is not announced It Is understood to
bo in tho neighborhood or n million
and a quarter.
Tl.o Muollor tract lies. In a solid
liody leplnnlng about 12 miles south
of llend and running to Paulina creok
on tho cast sldo or tho I.a IMno road,
It 'wic selected and "-scrlpped by
D I.. ' IcKnv mid C M. McKay ror tho
Muellers In 1910.
Tho Muollor brothors, who now
make this sale, are Frank W., hd
ward C. William B.. and Alfred C,
all of Davonport, Iowa. They are
also 'nterosted In The llend Co.. and
at tlmos In tho past hnvo had under
consideration the building or af mill
t ieid ror the manufacture ef their
timber. They have other timber In
terests In Idaho.
In addition to tho local Import
ance of the purchase In connection
with the oporatlon of tho Shovlln-lEx.-.n
plant In Hend It U looked up
on as of especial Interest as showing
even more definitely the confidence
of tho Shevlln Intorests In the Den
chutes timber In which thev ulread
liavc so large an Investment.
Thero will be a meeting ot the
Chautauqua guarantors at tlio Com
mercial club room on Thursda
evnnlwt at 8 o'clock to hoar tho re
vert or the committee appointed at
the meeting a week ago to adiust the
local situation. Chairman Overturr
of the committee has interviewed the
Elllson-Whlte officials In Portland
this week and has an otTor to sun
mlt n-hlch he advises should be ac
cepted. llENIlT'OMPAXY MKinS.
At the annual meeting of The Hend
Co.. held on Monday, officers for toe
cnm'ng year were elected as rollows:
T F Hrooko. president; D. K. Hun-
r. vice president: C. M. McKay.,
tecretary; H. E. Glpson. treasurer j
The directors are these officers and
n addlt'on E. C. Mueller, 1). I- 'c-
Kar and A. O. Hunter. Stockhold"
cs nresent for the meeting were D j
'' Rrooks. H. E. GInson and M J
Min!on. of Mlnneipolls. D D VcKa
t Portland and C M McKav D E
Hunter and A. O. Hunter, of PcnJ
WGRATH F1NE0 $300 FOR
VIOLATING LIQUOR L
InfoinuKloii Is Supplli.,1 by Two (ill-Is
Who Say The) uitRlncl Itituvl.
cunts lj.mt Month.
M. J. McGrnth former, proprietor
of the Log Cabin saloon, wbb found
guilty and fined $300 and costs be
fore It. A. How man, Justice of the
peace at PrlneMllo yesterdny. on
two charges of selling Intoxicating
liquor In violation of the prohibition
law or the state.
Mr. McGi-atli ,is arrested on Sat
urday by B. II. Knox, of Prlnevllle,
upon Information from the olllce of
District Attorney Wlllnrd Wlrtz, but
was released on his own recogniz
ance. The Information for the ar
test was furnished by l,eln Weston,
a 10 year old girl who has been em
ployed In llend. and who, a part or
last year, attended Bchool hero. She
testified that she obtained from Mc
Grath, ror another person, a small
quantity or beer and wine which bIio
paid ror with a $: bill. Information
on tho second chargo was obtained
from Clara Wornsdahl, who has al
so been employed In llend for some
time. Onu or the violations Is al
leged to havo occured on May 1C and
tho other on May 31,
Through his attorney A. J. Moore,
McGrnth has taken an appeal to the
Visitor From Wisconsin Finds Sport
lit This Hectloii.
Complete satisfaction with the
Deschutes country ns a sportsman's
paradise Is felt by F. W. Hanslik, of
Chlppowa Falls, Wisconsin, who has
been visiting his brother-in-law, J,
11. Stanley, for the past fow weeks.
In three dnys Inst wcok Mr. Hanslik
caught all tho fish ho wanted, of
which the smallest weighed six
pounds and Sunday morning ho
wound up by killing a big brown
Tho party stnrted out on Wednes
day and Included Mr. Hnnsllk, Frank
Sulllvnn, J. II. Stanley nnd V. P.
Vandovort. They camped at tho
head or Fall river and enjoyed tho
fishing In tho nearby lakes and
streams nnd also hunted at times tor
bear with Mr. Vandevert's dogs. Af
tor several fruitless chases a bear
was started on Sunday morning and
treed nrter a six tnllo chaso during
a largo part or which ho was In full
sight. Mr. Hnnsllk brought him
down with ono shot.
Tho pnrty returned to town Sun
day evening with bruin In the back
sent or tho onto.
IRON FOUNDRY BURNS
Huliscliiiitdt-niigmi Plant Cilppled by
l'.lao on Kuttiiduy.,
Flro. starting from an unknown
cause destroyed tho f ir.dr build
ing at tho Hurfsclimlilt-DuKau Iron
Works on Saturday night. Tho pat
tern shop standing nearby was
throntoned by tho flames but fort
uuntoly escaped. The liirs Is est!
mated at about $2,000. only part of
which Is covered by Insurance
Aolda from tho flro loss the loss to
Messrs. Hiiffschmldt and Dugati
through tho delny In their work Is
a considerable Itom. Orders already
on hand Insured a continuous run of
tho foundry for many weeks to como.
Theso are now neceojarlly delayed
until tho burned build. ng can bo re-'
placed. Work on tho now building
will begin as soon as the Insurance
adjusters havo finished tholr work.
MUSIC TO III-: OF MX .11. TALENT.
The concert by the Hend Concert
Hand this Friday evening at tho
llond street band stand will display
(lit talent of local mush lans In com
positions. With tho exception or
two selections which ulU be played
at Friday ovoulng's concert, all have
been written by members or the lo
cal band, nnd nrrangi d bv O M.
Guptll. Another concert on the same
order will probably be given soon as
tho band has n numlior of other home
compositions. The program will be
composed of the following numbers:
l.Mnrch. "Pilot Ilutte Inn"
St. Two-step,"Echoes of the
Cascades" C. J. Springer
3 Waltz, "Only a Dream". Guptll
4. Clarinet 8olo Selected
V. C. Van Clove.
G. Serenade, "Mexlcall" ....
C. J. Springer
C. Two-step, "Oregon Helles"
W. C. Van Cleve
7. Tuba Solo, Solected
C. J. Springer
8. "Emblem Club March" .Guptll
! Waltz, "Itosa lee" . J. V. Day
10. Characteristic, "Japanlca"
(' J. Springer
11. 'llend Park March'' Guptll
.III , ! I I
At the recent commencement of
Columbia University Governor Sam
uel W. McCall. of MawachusetU was
given the honorary degree of UK D.
Mrs. Ada It. Mllllcan. who has been
In New York in attendance at the
meeting of the Federation or Wom
en's Club, has sent to The Bulletin
a copy of the eommMeetnant pro
gram bearing Mr McCalls name.
Mr McCiH s the fa'hrr of Henry
MiCa'i ot Pnneulle.
,mjiiuv iinfuinnc REDiinfiPiuic !
winnni iiuu.nuuu iili uuuumiu i
TO CATERWAUL; lipESj
Dinners, Auto Tilps, Tours Tlii-ouuli
.Mills Mini Timber licit Will Make
Up I -a rue Part of Entcitiiluinont
To Hold Con Cut. Friday.
Felines, old nnd young, wise and
unsophisticated, crippled and fris
ky, Toms nnd Tommies, purblind
nnd wide nwnke, will pussy foot Into
Hend on Friday morning from Spo
kane, Portland, Scattlo and " other
const cities for a threo dnys gather
ing of tho Concatenated order or
With tho creation of nn Eastern
Oregon district and tho designation
of llend ns Its headqunrtcrs, tho
Hoo-Hoo from other parts of tho
district, embracing the states of
Montnun, Idaho, Wnsliiugton, Wyom
ing and llritish Columbia, linyo been
Invited to llend through the .local
committee of Hon-Hon to participate
In tho tailing (Initiation) of about
33 "kittens" (candidates) on Fri
day arternoon at tho Emblem Club.
Prominent Hoo-Hoo Including W. P.
I.ockuood, or Seattle, Supremo Sen
ior Hoo-Hoo; It. D. Inmau, of Port
land, Vlcogornnt for Western Ore
gon; I... It. I'lfcr, of Scnttle, Viceger
ent Snnrk for Western Washlnton,
and J. A. (irythmnu, of Spoknno,
Vicegerent Snnrk for Eastern Wash
ington, have signified their Inten
tion to be present for tho ceremon
ies which will be carried out in gen
uine Hoo-Hoo style. All tho neces
sary regallu for a concatenation will
bo horo and the kittens will bo put
through their courso or sprouts bo
ioro thoy will bo trpated to liver nnd
Itinerary Is' Arranged.
Upon the arrival of tho guests at
8 o'clock Friday morning they will
bo taken to the Emblom Club whero
thov will bo entertained nt breakfast.
Following breakfast thoy will bo tak
en In nutomohlles over tho Tiimalo
Irrigation ProJoouJirouB'1 tho tribu
tary, timber belt and will be enter
tained at tho Sullivan camp at tho
Hrooks-Sraiilou mill. In the nftcrj
iiocn. following tho lunch, thov will
ho taken on n tour of Inspection or
tho, Urooks-Scanlon Lumber Com
pany and The Shovlln-Hlxou Com
pany s mills. At o cinpK tlio noo
Hoo parade will be held when tho1,!,,, ,,0ljKO ,,f that Is In mo to (he
kittens and tho Old Toiib will ger ' .,co of ,,r vnutry, Thorofoie. I
before tho public In a rogular Hoo
Hoo demonstration. Following the
nnrade the concatenation will be
held In Hip Emblem Club, when the
kittens will be taken Into tho juvs-
lories of the black cnt order of luiu
bermeii. A buffet luncheon will be
served aftor tho coromonlim of tlia
concat, nnd In tho evening u dnnce
will die given for the Hoo-Hoo nnd
other visitors nud invited guests from
To See Timber Hell.
On Saturday morning tho visiting
Hoo-Hoo. will bo guests of W. D.
Cheney at broakfast at tho Emblem
Club, nfter which thoy will bo con
veyed to tho logging en m i) or tho
Hronks-Scanlon Co., nud will bo en
terlalned at lunch there. Aftor din
ner thoy will go to tho logging omnii
of Tho Slievlln-lllxon Company, and
In tho evening will bo guests nt din
ner at tho Emblem Club. "The vU
Itors who romnln ovor Sundav will diplomatic Intercourse with foreign
bo entertained by lecnl people on nations woro subordinated to a con
tours at various parts of this seo-,(.,.,,tlon of parllzun requirements.
Just the number of Hoo-Hnos who
will come to Ilnnd Is not definite!
Vnowu. but crnsldnrnblo outhuslasm
Is being shown among Portland
members or the order In gathering
together a laro delegation to come
to llend on Frldav morning The
celebration In Hend is entirely in the
hands or the local committee corn
nosed or II W. Skime. chairman:
Harrv K. Urooka nnd Frank K.
The Concatenated Order or Hoo-
Hoo boean Its rellno career In Gur-
don, Arkansas on Januarv 21, 1892.
It has been pr'nmrllv an orgnntzntion
for lumbermen throughout tho conn
trv nnd has organizations In almost
every civilized foreign countrv.
In connection with the Hoo-Hoo
.t I...- .. ll.. . -AA TYn
been made In PorHand (hat t)10
town of Hend Is putting on n ceie-
brn(!"n of the opening of the mills
to which l( Is invidng mo ouisnie
world. Sri far as can be learned no
thing of the ert Is planned bv (he
Commercial dob or any other local
body biK n effort will be mado bv
the Hoo-Hoo committee to care for
and entertain anv nnn-Hon-Hno wh
mv mine as a result of the Portland
llltAIII.KY IS ACQUirriJD.
S. A. Hrmllev wig equlttml bv n
lurv Id JudM Hastes court lost Sat
urdsv afieriioon upon a charge of I ednnw, not only entirely adaquat.
steaHnv a half set of harueea frox 1 1.,: uir dafoHM wilh respect to loeni-
ih MrTurdv HrS. In He abaB -
frm Uie cit 9' Oenntv Dtetrlct At-,an,
.orpev Chas "rsk'ne. . A
rrrl-es f-Dreeiitpd the stsle. snd M
It De n.
d appeared for the de
CHOSEN ON THE
Itcslgiis Fiiiiii Suptfiuc Couit ami Ac
copis Nomination With Stli-i-liic
Kniinrljidon of Pilnclplcs-ltoos-, '
melt Pi-ogre.vsho Xolnee.
Charles K. Hughes was nominated
as the Republican candidate for
president on the II rat ballot taken
in. the Kcpublicaii convention In
Chicago on Saturday. Two ballots
had boon taken on Friday. Hughes
led f i oin tho first nnd ns soon as
complimentary ballots had been enst
for favorlto sous there was a gener
al desertion to his standard. Charles
W. Fairbanks was chosen ns tho can
didate for vlco president.
As soon as news of the nomination
was brought to Mr. Hughes In Wash
ington he resigned his olllce as as
sociate Jutlce of tho supremo court
nnd sent n ringing message of ac
ceptance, to (ho convention.
Earlier In the day the Progressiva
convention, also In meeting lu Chi
cago, nominated Theodora Hoosevolt
ns Its candidate tor president but
before adjournment n message was
.received from Oyster Hnv condition
ally declining until .Mr. Hughes
should make his s'atement Mr.
Koosevclt had not then read Mr.
Hughes' niPBsngo to tho llepubll
enns. No further message has come
from bln beyond tho statement that
ho Is opt or politics, hut is Is gener
ally accepted that ho will annouiico
his support ot Mr. Hughes soon.
Tho Hughes statomont, which has
drnwn both Republicans and Progres
sives togethor under his leadership,
nnd Is everywhere balled with grow
ing expression or satlatactlon is ns
"Mr. Chairman and Delegates I
havo not deelred the nomination. I
have wished to remain on tho bench.
Hut In tho critical period or our na
tional history, I realize Hint It Is
your right to summon, nud thnt It
Is my pnramnunt duty to respond.
Yrtrt iipeak at n tlmo or national ex
igency transcending merely ptfrtlsiin
consideration. You voice tho demand
lor u dominant, thoroughgoing Amer
icanism, with llrnl protective upbuild
ing policies essontlnl to your peaco
and security; and to that call, In this
crisis. 1 ennnot rail to answer with
accept tho nomination.
Cinuse In Mexico Wioug.
' I stand for the linn and iiulllnrh
Inc iimlntiuiRiice or all rights of
American citizens on laud and sen I
, neither Imiiumi motives nor under-
estimate illlllcultles, but it is rogret-
t h i I v true thnt In our forelau reln-
tli'US'two havo suffered Incalculably
fr in tho woak and vacillating course
"I loll has been taken with regnrd to
Mi slco a eoursj lamentably wrong i
with regard to both our rights and
our duties. Wo Intorrured without
consistency; nnd while Peeking to
dictate whon wo wero not concerned,
we utterly railed to appreciate and
dlKchnrgo our plain duty to our own
At (ho outset of the ndiiiliilstrn
t lii tho high responsibilities of our
aii'l wo proteuted to the world a hu-
mii'ntlng spuctaclo of liu'ptltudo. Ile-
I -k efforta hae not availed to r-
'rt,-r the I: lliieiire and prestige so
iiniorttinately sacrlllced mid lnave
u.rds have been stripped of their
tii by Indecision.
! i dealre to see our diplomat) re-
stireil to IU beet standards nud to
ih.ie these advnnred; to havo no sue-
illbtfs of the national Interest to Mir
tlzi.it expediencies; to havo the first
abll'ty or the country always at Its
icommnnd hore and abroad In dlplo
m.ittc Intercourse; to maintain firmly
our rlghtB under Internndonal law.
Insisting steadfastly upon all our
rights us mutual and fully perform-
ug our International obligations, and
of -ur postlon and our manifest abll-
" " 'i'i"" ' " "
(o iilgnlfy our place among the na
I stand tor an Americanism that
ki"'s no ulterior purpose, ror a pa
triotism (hat 1m single and complete
! (her native or naturalized or
wh.i'evox race or cred. wo hnve but
oin- country and we do not for mi
insi int' tolerate an) division of ul
lri a nee.
i believe In waking prompt pro.
'-i'n to secure absolutely our n-
iioii.il sMurity. I bellev In propr
,ir - nnd
ooulpment la both arm
MVft ttMt wUU aj t
( d fc(it hf
braneli of the
Continued on i--e1 C )
WARM WEATHER, BOON TO
CENTRAL OREGON CROPS
Prospects Ktcryulieto lltlhtet
.Ufnlfn Mnl.es Progress When
Juct another week ot the weather
that has suddenly showcied down
upon Central Oregon nnd tho stock
or the Central Oregon farmer will go
up about 200 per cont. Ideal wonth-
or Is Just what the rnrmers nil sa
this Is tor helping tho eroiw. A
backward spring has been provnlont
all over (he northwest, but a fett
more days of this SO-deuree sun
shine and the wheat and rve will he
In head nnd the alfalfa icadv for
the first cutting.
Tho growth in (ho Inst week has
been particularly noticeable The al
falfa In the Tumnlo district Is com
ing out lu tine shape. The same Is
true, sny tlio farmers or the Alfalfa
district, nud with n continuance the
brop will ho only n llttlo behind the
crop of last year. Just (his kind of
weather Is what the ranchers have
been wanting for tho last threo or
Iteports from tho Madra. Culver
nnd Metolliis districts sny that the
rnrmers aro particularly Jubilant over
the chango lu temporuturu. ami that
much of the damnge and delays caus
ed by the cold ulghls lu the last sev
eral weeks will bo overcome. In the
Powell llutto district wonderful pro
gress Is being in ado In the alfalfa
as well ns lu the grnln fields. The
ground has plenty of moisture nud
conditions look prosperous. In the
district about Sisters, whete the far
mers have suffered little as a result
of tho cold, tho prospects are better
than normal tor tho coming vear.
Central Oregon Association Formed
nt Itcilmonil on Katmilay.
Tho Central Oregon Editorial Asso
ciation was formed nt n meeting held
lu Itudmond on Saturday nnd Sunday
nnd attended by several or the news
paper editors or this section. The
purposes or tho association are ot u
co-operative nature and especially to
obtain tho passago or a law establish
ing u rate ror legal advertising In
The vlsldiig cdltoni wore onlor-
tnlueil nt u dinner given by thu lied
inond Commercial Club on Saturday
nlcbt. Olllcors or the association
were elected as follows: W. W. Pot-
tlgrow, of tho Itcdmond Spokesman,
president; O. C. Young, of the Dos
rbndiH Vnlluv TrlbuJe. i. Itrafll-
dent and Guy l.afollctte, or the
Crook County Journal, secretary
treasurer, Tho noxt meeting will ho
hold In Prlnevlllu In October,
Mud) or Local Conditions Is Miiile
S) stein Is to be Itetleieil.
E A Stevens, in lllc chler or The
Pacific Telephone A: Telegraph Co.,
,i rived la Hend Tuemlat morning to
Investigate the telephone service now
being given here and to iiinko ar
rangements fur betterment. With
him bore wuro .1. A. Murray from the
Prlnevlllo olllce mid D W. I.lbbay.
of tho'coinpaiiyli engineering force.
According to Mr Stevens, Mr.
I.lbbay will oirgage lu a bouse count
here mid study or local conditions af
fecting extensions of the company':!
business, lleynud this it will bo tho
policy of thu Paclllr company to do
everything posbIIiIo to glvu llend ser
vice equal to that given lu any
other town on thu oompmiy'H system.
The many muttum to be attended to
since the purchnsu or (he system have
delayed the iomMny in carrying out
Its plans but uver eifnrt Is IwIiik
inude to push thing through as fast
ii k poaelblo.
Iteceut dllllrultlcH Mr. Htnvens
suv, huve been caused mi unusual
lomblniitlun or clrcuiixi.niunti which
i re not expected to on in aguln.
MILL Klll'T DOWX Ti:MPOILltll.'
Due to the breaking "t u piece or
iiiMehlnory In the su nUII the
llrooks-Homiloii mill forced lo
shut down yesterday afternoon mid
last nlghl while repairs wore being
made. Theiulll Is in operutlon lo
day. to i:.vciLX(Ji: vu.urrwi:H.
Dr. U. C. Coo. of Hend, nnd Dr.
E. A. Plurce, of PorHand, will ex
change practices ror (hrw) weoka be
ginning next Sunday. Dr Cue going
down to Portland mid Dr. Pierce
coming to llend tor the period of ex
change. Dr. Pierce Is a well known
Portland physician, spwlallzlng on
tuberculoma and diseases of the
cheat At times In the past ho has
had under ooiililrntiii thu egtab
lishiuent of a aMiiiioriuiu hore to be
conducted by himself with Dr. Cot)
and Dr. Farwll,
C. XT IMXD IIHU PAItUXTS.
Mum Anna It4 mrtvad la Hend
Monday night frorn HPmu rails. 8
U.. wltll ( xpeciatlM at BB4I
her father aud step moiher who she
had not tor l era. Mlaa
Kd ha not been a Me lo obtain
traeea of them since br grrtval.
When last betrd fn.m the pamnu
were su plowed In bate netw on 'i
liKtiicMteud pPiir H'-iid Mlaa Heed I'
stii. g ai the P 'i '"! Ho(el t
i DATE SELECTED
Council Orders Qiiesllon of Ch.it ter
Amendment foe Htiiihorn Itoiid lo
be Voteil On Hevcuil Oiilln-
iinces PiisseilHllls me Paid
Tlie election to amend tho ulty
charter for the purpose of enabling1
the city to Issue bonds nnd purchaso
terminal property desired tor tho
Strahoru railroads will be hold on
Tuesday. August 15. An order to
this effect wits passed by tho coun
cil nt Its meeting last night. At tho
snuiu time complete iirrmigeuuuils for
the election as oullncd by Keelor
llrothers, of Denver, wore made. The
bund Issue provided for by tho
election Is $:i5,00u. Tho election Ii
set for tho earliest date possible un
der tlin terms of the charter.
Yesterday'H meeting was (ho first
held lu .Itino. (hero having been no
quorum present nt the regular meet
ing tltuo last week, lloenust) of Hid
amount of business to transact two
sessions wero held, one In the after
noon nud n second In Ilio evening.
At tho afternoon session thu chief
business wns tho pnssiigti of a num
ber of ordinances -nnd preliminary
consideration ot others. Tho ordi
nances pnBsod provide ror tho keep
ing of hotel registers, for the regu
lation of public dance halls, fur thu
regulation or trnlllc on thu city
streets mid to vacate n portion of
(Ireenwood avenuo In connertloti with
the recent adjustment or (ho streets
leading down to tho now hrldgo. An
ordlunnco rcgiilntlng peddlers nnd
canvoBsnrs wns read tor (ho first
This last ordlunnco wns the can
of considerable urgiiment nt tho
evening meeting. Intondnd to regu
late certain forms or selling nnd
canvassing upon tlio city streets It
wan brought nut lu (ho discussion
that If It were adopted all sales,
rrom Ico to newspapers, would lu
forbidden without the pnvment of a
prohibitive license reo. Included In
the ban would bo tho taking or ord
ers ror dillvery iy gronn. -and ullier
merchants, u result iipparenllynie
sired by mime or the inerolinnlH prcM
out, though uot'by all.
Other business transuded Includ
ed the ordering of a desk tablu ror
tho use of tho council, tho passago of
an order for thu expenditure or (hi)
money now lu tho cemetery ruiid and
the receipt nt the leporla from var
ious cltv olllfei-s An appropriation
ror the Hem! Iirnil was voted or $!f
from the llrst of Mh.
Hills were ordered psld lu legist
pred warrentM a follows:
Hend Hauling Co t SI.TB
llend Count. Co 30.00
W. II. Mmllli Ifi.OD
Frank Kill ,. t'O.OO
I. A. W. Nixon 101.0
Frank McMiinus 3.0D
(iood HomiU Much. Co 2UH.U0
Ed Holmes tl.gfl
II. Williams . ... IMo
I!. II. (loulil - 1 Lfi
(I. Ilorguu 2'J,2r.
P. Merrlnli IM"
S. Merrloh '. 10.80
A Allgood , 2H.0U
Miller Lumber C 18 1.'JK
.1. P. .lohnson ..., W.00
Head Hardware Co 71.33
Oregon Transfer Co "
Oregon Trunk It. It 17R.1'
0. Jlorgen lO.O'i
A. (I. Ung 180.0")
M i: ColeuiHii .' ,'.i
O.-W. It. N ISO. 13
.1 E. Engebrelaon .!
Sluudaril Oil Oo IH3.31
V 1 Smith fi.gs
Bkuse llardwara Co ft. S3
M II Rvmona 7. BO
Kov White T
11.11 De Arrooml 0.0
E. P. HroaUrboua 3T.S0
S. E. Hubert X4H)
It. II. ()uld S&tS
W. J. Shannon GD.OO .
Hollows & Whiten 3.16
C. O. Plumbing & Heating Co. 1S.71
II. C. Kill 3.Q
II. W. U. & P. . .137.1.1
HOTEL IIIHil.VH SOOX.
It Is oxneoted that the now Pilot
Ilutte hotel will be under (lonstriio-
tlon by (he latter part of (lit month,
according o u statement ihuiIii till
wnk -Id- Frank Sullivan, one or tlm
owners. PhlUlp lliouka, who Is
Moclsted wilh iir. Sullivan lu ilw
enterprise. Is at present lit New York,
He U expected tn return to llend imiH
with the completed plana for Ike.
hotel Count ruction la lo Iwgtu Im
mediately upon hi arrival.
hjiEiip siii:aki:i iiiiiml
Sheen alcrlng, which haa kmm
ror several days on the MUiloak
pure, on the Knud-Hurna rami, U
ur Oalsaed ai the anaanra kv
iefi for Muutaua. Altogotlier ktamt
7.O0U aliaao have Iwen aiiMnHl thJ
yaer. (he banda iH-longlng to Mr. M
Iol.. I. II Me era. of PcallM; lvU
Kllgore nnd Chan Imnlaon of fUvir
jik The wool his been irought
lu tl I n I ' 4l"