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TUB I:XD IlUM-BTI.V, IJBNI), OHE., WBDXKSD.IV, AUGUST !M), 1010.
CHEWAUCAN RIVER TO
Portland Varty of Allnniejs Willi O,
Jimi-gauid Hew Saturday on Way
to PaUte) .Voiiiiwrxt Touiudlu
Co., Is Interected In Outcome,
Colonel C. B. S. WooiJ. II. It. John
ion, attorneys for the Northwest
Tuwnslto Compan), N. O Anderson,
attorney for tin- Portland Irrigation
Compuri), and (. I.uurgnurd, n well
known Irrigation expert, nil of I'oil
land, pushed through lloid on Satur
day morning for I.iikevlew uhoro on
Monduy before Judge Duly, of tho
Circuit Court of l.uke count) was be
gun Die cum.' of tint adjudication of
tho water rights of tho Chowuticun
rlvor affecting tint 12.000 acres of
tho Paisley project.
According to hi- (iiewaucan Press
tho principal contest Involved Is ono
between tin; Chewnucnn I.nnd find
C ratio Company, a California corpora
tion, and tho Northwest Townnltu
Company, owners of I lie Portland Ir
rigation Company who tire enduuvor
Jng to Irrigate 12,000 acres near
Paisley under the Curoy Act.
Holdings inn IMenslle.
Tho Chewuucnii I.und r.ud Cattle
Company un some Hi", 000 acres of
laud In tin' Ccowiiucuti valloy below
Pulnloy. Tor this laud the) are at
tempting to claim r, acre foci of
water. They irrigate with tho Hood
HVHti'in and according to all expert
teKtlmouy which hus heen tiuliliiltted
to thn Statu Wuter Hoard by all con
tcHtiuitH and h their own eminent
the moHt they liavo eur been aide to
make the ground absorb under this
method of irrigation Ih only about
win and ono third ucre feet of water.
Them figures were olitalned by meas
uring tho water which ran Into tho
vulluy from all MiurceH and measur
ing all that which ran off ut tho low
er end. After allowliiR for only that
land which mux actually flooded tho
above remilt, one and one third aero
foot, wiih the highest amount that
i.ould bo obtained. In other words
that Ih nil tho water that could pos
rllily bo foiced Ino the hoII of tho no
culled Cliowiiliran nuirnli.
IIiihikI upon thoho figures the Htnle
Water Hoard hae Krauted to all the
uwuerH of the bottom lands two acre
loot of water. And to thoho owners
whoso lauds adjoin the inn nib hut
llu ut a little higher lewd, three aero
feet. They have also coullrined the
roquosl of the North went Tim unite
Company for two nciu feet for tho
Under tho ntutu law governing
water (iilJnillcatlonH, the decision of
thn Htnto Water Hoard miiHt come
hefont the Circuit .Indue In thn dls
trlct in which the context Ih located
lor coullriunlon and It Ih (IiIh pro
ceed mo which now hrliiKN HiIh cuso
before Judge Daly.
TIiIh hearing may not bo Dual. In
fail It ban been Intimated by both
tide that the cane might be carried
to thn Statu Supreme Court and that
no matter which way Judge Duly do
olden It will be rarrled up to the
higher court. There Ih little chance
that It will go to tho United States
court an they have lately decided, In
tho SIUIoh river case, that tho rul
ings of the Slate Water Hoard wero
Until ami did not permit of any
uburiKeH by tho court.
(ue Ih Important.
Upon UiIh ciiho luinKH tho future
of Central Uri-Kon. Tho proper torn
blimtlon of water and land will work
out tho Hiihutlon of thin country an
voihliiK clue ever can. Ono In no
t;ood without tho other el wo lme
much of luirli koIhk to wiinto. TIioiik
Niidit of uvroH of fertile laud lie Idle
beuauiio of lack of wntor to make
thoui pioduco tho bout of crops.
ThouvundH of acre feet of wator run
Into our ('.real milt lakcH each neaHon
only to evaporate durliiK tho iiiinmcr
montliB, holplui; no one, nti nlmolutu
vuKto. It In only through tho com
bination of tbeae two elouicntR that
Vlitral OroKon onn hop to sou the
proaptirlty whleh In Itn rightful duo.
It Is a remarkable fact, confirmed
by many obscrtatlonn, that many
phyHlclanft hae devoted considerable
labor to tho Htudy of a particular
(Unease have tliemselvetj died of that
disease. Ono of tho most Interesting
examples Is that of John Daniel Ma
Jor, born August 10, lfi.1l, In Ilren-
lau, a physician and naturalist of no
mean ability. Hltten early by the
wanderlust, ho studied at Wltten-
burs, took coiirces at many of tho
schools In Germany, and flnnlly went
to Italy where he received the de
gree of doctor of medicine at I'adua
In 10(10. Keturnlng to his own coun
try, ho i raided for a short time in
Slletila, and In 101 married at Wlt
tcnbuiK, Alargaret Dorothy, h daiiKh
ter of the celebrated Sennert. The
followlnir oar his ouiig wife was:
ecn with the most modern methods!
or treatment the mortality Ih about'
50 per cent. It ifl a disease of com-1
mcrce, spreading arounu me giuuu
In tho body of the shlp-borno rat. It
Is estimated that every case of hu
man plague costs the munlclpallt) in
which it occurs at least $7, BOO. This
does not tako Into account the enor
mous loss due to disastrous qunran
tincH and tho commercial paralnln
which tho fear of the disease so fre
Tho disease Is now treated by n
serum discovered through tho genluB
of Yersin. This is used in much the
same way ns Is diphtheria antitoxin
l'laguo Is tranferred from the sick
rodent to the well mnn by fleas. Tho
sick rat linn enormous numbers of
plague bacilli In Its blood. The blood
is taken ;by tho flea, which, lenlng
tho sick tat, seeks refugo and sus
tenance on tin; nouy ot u mimun lie-1
Ing to whom It transfers the Infec
Since plague Is a dlsea3o of rod
ents and Hlnco It Is carried fioin sick!
EVERY DOLLAR YQU PAY FOR
BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
Brick is the MOST ECONOMICAL Building Material there is.
All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
,V COXKIDKNTl.W, TAI.B OK TUB
One day when Asurbnnlpul obtain
ed nn Inspiration, he found he could
stricken with plague und died after ' rodents to well men ny rodent neas, ot g,ireU( m nil his thoughts for
an Illness of eight days Distracted
by IiIh loss, Major wandered up mid
down Btiropo studlug plogne wher
ever he found it in the hope t lint he
might dlseowr a cure for tho disease
which had bereaved him. Spain.
Germany, France and Russia wero
visited by him. He settled in 1005
In Kiel, where he was made profes
sor of botany and the director of tho
botanical gardens. Ho made frequent
voyages, however, alwajs in quest
of tho remedy for plague. Finally In
109.1, ho was called to Stockholm to
treat tho queen of Charles tho Klev
enth, then III with plague. Hut be
fore ho could render her any service.
ho contracted tho dlFeaso and died on
the third of AugiiHt.
Tho bubonic plHguo of today Is
Identical with the black death of tho
.Middle Ages. Primarily a disease
of rodents caused by a Hliort dumb
bell shaped microscopic vegetable,
the post bacillus, it occurs In man In
three fnnnn; the pneumonic, which
has a death rate of almost 100 per
cent: tho Heptlcaemlc, which Is near
ly us fatal, and th bubonic, In which
safety from tho (Unease lies in the
.excltiHloiwof rodents, not only exclus
ion from the habitation of man but
also from the ports and cities of the
world. Those who dwell In rat-proof
surioundlngs take no plaguo. Not on
ly should man dwell in rat-proof sur
roundings, but he should also live In
rat-free surroundings. Tho day Is
past when the rodent served n useful
purpose as tho unpaid city scavenger.
Itats will not come where thcie is
no food for them. Municipal clean
lines may bo regarded as a partial
liisuranco against plaguo. Tho pray
er that no plague como nigh our
dwelling Is best answered, however,
but rat-proollug tho habitations of
man. Modern sanitary science has
evolved a simple and cfllclont weap
on against the pestilence which walk
eth In darkness und strlketh at noon
day, and tho U. S. Public Health Ser
vice has put this knowledge into
practical operation and thus speed
lly eradicated plague wherevcr.lt has
appealed In the United States.
Want Ada only ONB CBNT a word
At the Movies
Tho showing of "Tho Spoilers"
was an event for lovers of tho silent
drnmn. It was a masterful presen
tation of a red-blooded atory. .Mon-
ngera Cutltnv and JJoonar oro to bo
congratulated upon securing such an
early booking of the now do luxe
edition of this picture, and to their
credit It may be mild tho prices for
admission wero kept within tho reach
of all. In all but tho largest theatres
the charges for this photoplay have
been from 75c to $1.00.
Funnlo Ward, tho dlctlngulshed
ctnr of tho I.nHky Company, who re
cently created Much u furore by her
splendid performance In "Tho Cheat"
will ho seen at tho Ilcnd Thoatro to
night and Thursday, In "For tho De
fense," a during detective story. In
this picture Miss Ward Is seen as
Fldolc, it little French novice fresh
fiom tho convent. How sho witnes
ses a crime und later Is able to se
cure a confession from tho ussassln
and free the mini sho loves, makes a
photodrama of unusual merit. A
llruy cartoon will bo shown with this
feature, making In all C roots. Ad
mission 10 und 15c.
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THC AMERICAN WORKINQ
MAN 8HALL NOT SUFFER
The ltcpubllrnii purty titudi 'b
for tho principle of protection.
Wo uiUHt up ply that principle !
fairly, without nbuvcH, In ns cl- -H
futltlc u iiiuuuer nn pusiilble; nud
t'OUKroHti nhould Ih) ulilttl by the --
liivostlgatlyus of nn oxivrt btly.
Wo Ktntid for tho MfeKUiirdluc 'b
of our economic ludtiH'iidcnce,
for tho riut elopmeut of American (
ludUKtry, for the maintenance ut
American ntHiidards of living. (
V propone that in the compel).
tlvo utrowle that ts about to
ruie tho American worklnc- !
mau ahall uot auffer. From Mr.
nufhea S(ccli of Acceptation
HaHc 'HaV'; -vjivt aVi
FAHN1K WARD H
rov'TMr nvrrNir- t..r faK
publication. This made him grieve
with air IiIh might through many u
long Assyrian night.
He offeied prizes far and wide
thiough all bis Jurisdiction for any
scheme that might provide a way to
Hpreod his llctiop. The writing bug
was In his beun and you till know
what that should mean.
The advertising did not pull. Not
onu of all the sages could raise a
thought beneath his wool for printed
pages. Though they could read the
stars on sight, this was a task beyond
It gave the king a royal pip. It
got upon his liver, To save IiIh health
he took a trip along tho Tigris rlvor.
He stoppvd Into hoiiiu mud one day
and saw his footprint In the clay.
Ills majesty stood still and spied
his masterpiece pictorial. "If I can
print my foot," he cried, "why not
an fdltorlal?" That moment his As
syrian nob invented the first printing
Ho had no Linotype nor Hoe to do
things In n hurry; hut while this
miido his business slow. It also saved
some worry. Ho never had to tax
hl bruins to catch the i-urly morning
Thero wns no speaking tube to yell,
domandlng early matter. Ho waited
for his thoughts to Jell and did not
let them scatter. Once In n while
he wrote u stick and hud It mould
ed In n brick.
It made a library so stout that, it
defied all ravuge. No vandal could
tear pages out to wrap up fish or cab
bage. And though a book remained
unread, It still might get Into one's
From Tho Mergonthaler Lines O'
H. Lauder is the Canny Scot, who always knows just
what is what, and people say he s
grown quite rich, by always know
ing which is which. One thing's
admitted by the bunch, which is
that Lauder has the punch.
Where'er he does his sprightly
chores, he packs the houses to the
doors; he sings his songs so pass
ing well, the auditors stand up to
yell. Withal, he is a thrifty soul;
he wisely will not spend his roll,
until he's sure he will not fail to
get full value for his kale. That's
why he always asks for "Tux"
when he would spend his hard- uUeUald I've to fn'd
earned bucks for 'baccy, in his "' fa ," " tui-tutnint.
pipe to puff he knows Tuxedo toiacco. tuxedo iatujit
.a m m m . f . I 1
is tne stutt. lireat men. wise """"f"'
men, in every land, all tell us that
WttlJ-fmtnami Scotch Cm
llu an J frairanet, THE h
tacco for me. With mu pin
flit J with good eld TUXE
DO, all mu trouble) to ut
In imobe. In all rnu vxttU-
Headed In Every Direction.
Mr. Wilson says his mind Is progres
sive, but thoso who try to follow its
progress dan never tell the direction
It Is taking. It Is Just as likely to be
progressing backward as forward.
For sign painting see Edwards.
A Season of Tort lira for Some,
Hay fever causes untold misery
to thousands. Asthma, too, counts
Its HUfferorH by the hundreds. Fol
ey's Honey and Tar soothes that
raw, rasping feeling In tho throat,
relieves hoarseness and wiicezlnp,
makes breathing easier, heals Inflam
mation, permits refreshing slumber.
Contains no opiates. Sold eterj
If there hiivo over been any doubts of her tlrst cigarette and her general
as to the versatility of Mary l'lckfordi HUliation Into boydoin
slut will dispel them by her wonder
ful performance of Koto Jorttun'tf
"Toor l.lttlo lYpplnu." Miss Pick
rord In this production, which is tho
feature ut tho llend Thoatro next
Sunday and Manila), creates h char
acter now to her admirers au Amer
ican girl who has been stolen by Itul
Inns when a mere baby and brought
up us one of their uwu children. Her
utitlxo tongue und ull thought of
lior real parentage totally obliterat
ed, she Is to nil Intents und purposes
a real Italian girl Hut thero lingers
ubout her an tndelliiublo something
Mai) 1 'Uk ford In "Poor Utile l'M"
pliui, Sunday and Moaidny nt The
that leaps Into tire when she U tin
all) reunited with her pareut by a
ulinple llttlo prayer that forms the
only herltuge ot her childhood.
'Poor .l.lttlo Pepplna" is a big
thrilling atory which abounds In
htvart-lutercot and eusponno, with
here and there a hearty lauj;h a
Mary iitrueslea with the difficulties
I In support of Mnry Pickford there
appear audi well-known playora as
Kdwln Mordant, Bugcno O'Hrlon, Au.
tonlo Malorl, Brr.esto Tortl, Comtro
tlrnvtnu, Francesco (luerra and W
T. Curleton. It Is Interesting to note
that seveiul of the principal parts In
this production tiro nctually played
by Italians It Is consistent with tho
efforts of the Paramount people to
make the production as authentic In
piesentatlon ns posslblo.
With this sK reel story Is to bo
shown tho Paramount Pictograph
making in all n feven reel program.
Admission 15 and 2G ceuts.
The Paramount Pictograph. n mag
azine on the screen, is the latest In
novation from tho Paramount stu
dios. Tho Hotter. Untiles department
Is beliiK followed wlthxgreat Interest.
And preparedness Is gone Into by
men of authority in the riuy und
Navy, and gives the actual compara
tive standing of our lighting farces.
Tho plcturlintlim of "Mad.im Hut
tortl)" bus met with Instantaneous
succetxi Mury Pickford In the role
of the viMful little Jupaueso lady has
udded another triumph to her long
list of screen successes. The demand
, for this photoplay tins probably ex
ceeded all other Pickford subjects on
account of tho world-wide fume of
tho llrund Opern of the same namo.
Managers Catlow & Doonar have had
so many requests for this Biipor
(eature that they made special ar
rangements with the Paramount peo
ple to secure this play. It will be
ahown September 10th and IHh.
Prices for admission will be ISc und
Have you any
If so, get our prices, as we are in the mar
ket for a few hundred tons oT second and
third cuttings. This we can handle loose
at this time.
Our new FEED MILL is nearing comple
tion and when it is finished we will have
SCIENTIFICALLY MIXED. RATIONS,
both MOLASSES and PLAIN, for all
kinds of STOCK and POULTRY.
A CARLOAD OF DRIED BEET
PULP JUST ARRIVED.
Bend Flour Mill Company
. -jwcfu. .