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BEND BULLETIN, BEND, OREGON, TIIimaDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1017.
HARD FIGHT AHEAD ON
Appropriation for Curing lycnks llns
y.n ItrcnU, hut J'uto Will Do
jctnl on AJiUHy of JcglsIn-
(uro (o Horurc Kumls.
(Pram Saturday's Dally.)
BALEM, Or., 1'eb. 3. (Spoclnl.)
With the DrnchutoH county bill
nnfoly passed, tho frlouds of Des
chutes county and Central Oregon
who aro members of tho legislature,
and raomborH of tho "Third House"
In tho lobby, nro tumlnc their at
tnntlon to oilier legislation relating
to tho DcHcliutcH country,
Tho Tuninln bill, fathered by Lnur
Xaard In tho Houso, appropriates
325,000 for examination of tho Turn
nlo rcsorvolr and for tho curing of
leaks in tho reservoir floor, If tho
onglncorlng examination finds, as Is
expected, that tho repairs can bo
inado with tho funds avnllablu.
Until fight Ahead.
Tho maltur Is now up to tho Joint
wityH and monuH commlttecH. Even
tho most nrdont frlnuilH of tho bill
ronllzo It lam a hard flglit boforo it,
becaiiBo uavor In tho history of tho
Htato has n legislature been In a
tlghtor holo financially. Under tho
tax limitation nuiouduiont, just so
much and no moro run bo spent by
tho statu during tho iiuxt year. Thut
"so much" is already far overdrawn
by tho appropriations which aro
iiskcd for, and tho ways and means
commlttooN nro (dashing mercilessly.
Huh Even llienk to Win.
Tho fate of tho Tumalo bill do
ponds uullruly upon whether or not
tlioro Ih anything loft avor when
tho Items of tho regular budgot, llko
tho upkeep of statu Institutions and
ilcpartmontH, ban linen cured for.
'Dion tho cnmmlttnu will parrol nut
tho remaining balance among the
most desorvlug bills Hooking appro
priation, 11 hooiiih about nn oven
break whether or not thu I.nurgaurd
Mil wIiih out.
It Is known that thn bill has sov
oral outspokoii friends on thu Joint
ways and means committees. Tho
personnel of thu combined commit
tco la oh follows: Suuutnrs Wood,
Ilnrrott, Tut roll, Olll, LtiFollott, J,
C, Smith and Strnyor; Hupresouta
tlvcti Kubll, Chllds, Clark, Itowo,
Stephens, Ashley and W. Al. Jones.
Able Help (Jlien.
At all ovontu, Ituprcsontntlvrs
1'orbos, Ilunllck and Lnurgaard In
tho IIoiiHu, and Senator llaldwln In
tlio Butiato, aru doing uvurythlug
Ihoy can, In tho fiun of u very dlf
'flcult nltuiitlnu And thoy uro bo-
lug nbly assisted by Krod Wnllaco,
munngor or tnu Tumalo projuct. II
II. DuArmoud, dlstrlut attorney of
DoMihtitoii county, and alitor rosl
tlunlH of tho territory affected, who
nro tine duck from time tu timo In
thu statu houso.
WILL MISS ANDERSON
( (lied inonil Spokesman.)
August A. Andorsnn, manager of
tho Tum-a-l.um Lumber company nt
this place, hns been offered nnd bus
accepted the position of chief dep
uty under Sheriff Huberts, of this
While wo nro positive that tho se
lection U thu best thut Mr. Huberts
could havo mndo from tho wholo
body of thu county It hn hud raked
It with flno-tnoth comb, wo nro
worry thut ho could not havo found
Bomu ono whose removal from lied
nioud would hnvn been of less con
Bfijuoncu to tho town. Mr. Ander
uon hns been Identified with us bo
long nnd Is tmrh a good clllion that
we shall mlas hla dally presence,
tivcn though wo know that, from nn
'olllclal standpoint, thu county will
bo certAlu of the services of ono
of Its most omclent vltlioua aa well
us ono of tho biggest-hearted, squar
i't nnd most honorable.
It M uiinounrotl Hits morning by Guy II. Wilson, contractor nnd builder of tho Hcnd high school's new building, and Superintendent F. Thonlaroon
that tho hlftlt ncliool (Undents mill occupy their new btudy homo on I.llcolu's birthday. Tho uboto illustration shows the architect's drawing or the strac
taro, m It will appear when U tho unit nro complete. At this time, only the cost wing and main auditorium have beca erected. Th structure J
coakldcrcd to bo ouo of tho wot modem of tho ono story school buildings In the state.
With tho rlso of tho mercury tho
last two days tho trouble of tho mU
companies havo been considerably
lessened In handling logs In tho mill
ponds. It has been only by Incessant
work that tho logs havo been kept
frco from tho Ice, nnd incidentally
permitting continuous oporation at
.loo Dawson, formorly chlof ongl
neor of tho Urooks-Scnulon Lumber
Co., has been succeeded by O. J. Solk.
Mr. Dawson has boon compelled to
lcavo Iicnd and resign his position
on account of tho 111 health of his
wife. Mr. Dawson has hold tho po
sltlnn of chlof unglnoor of tho com
pany slnco It began operations bora
Tho Ilrooks-Scanlon Lumber Co. is
Issuing to mnny of its trada u noatty
arranged calendar of tho curront
month. In tho center of tho calen
dar appears each month n bcoiio pho
tographed around Its plant and lum
bor holdings. The September calen
dar displayed a scone taken from
thu west sldo of tho rlvor showing
tho sawmill and auxiliary buildings;
October cnlondar showed a bccuo In
tho lumbor yards; Novombor cnlon
dar showed a timber bcoiio; Dccom
bor calendar gnvo a bcoiio showing
tho method by which tho Urooks
Scanlnn Lumber Co. handles Its logs
In tho woods; January calendar dis
played tho company's ovorhend skld
der nnd londor, nnd tho February
calcndnr shows tho company's dry
shod nnd plnnor. Tho sending out
of those calendars will bo a monthly
fonturo that will bo conducted by
Tho Ilrooks-Rcnnlou Lumber Co. Is
experimenting this week with a now
Wright tractor which Is being used
In hauling lumbor from tho sawmill
,nto tho lumber yurds. It Is tho In
tontlnu of tho company to uso threo
of theso (motors If It Is found to bu
Herman Hanson, nn omployo In
tho lath mill of tho Ilroks-Scnnloii
Lumbor Co., has boon seriously ill
for sovonil months. During tho Inst
SPOKESMAN READY TO
BE FOR NEW COUNTY
In sb far as leglslatlvo sanction
can go, Deschutes county Is now an
established fact, thu Sonnto having
passed tho mcasuro by n iinnnlmous
vote, and whether absolutely legal or
not, wo nro forced to tho conclusion
that tho presant organization will
Tho Spokesman mndo an honor
nhlo fight ngnlust county division ho
causa It felt that such a stop was
premature; that tho county was not
In tho propor flunnclnl condition to
warrant tho axpcuiBo of maintaining
nn oxtra county government. Wo
still think that a largo majority of
our people would havo boon bettor
off without n now county, but wo
rocognlzo thu wisdom of mnjorlty
rule nnd thosu of us who opposed
thu movement will bo no worse off
than those rusldouts outside of Uond
who favored It. llond will profit, of
course, and that Is why bor peoplo
lout their utmost energies to tho at
tainment of division,
For this thoy nro not altogether to
bo censured. Wo nro ull moro or
Homo there nro, who still havo
fulth that tho courts will sustain tho
pending action In quo warranto and
ovorrldo oven legislative action.
Tlioro Is a barn possibility this might
happen. It It should not wo shall
soon find a united peoplo of Des
chutes county working for Its growth
and upbuilding nnd nn economic ad
ministration nt all times.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Max Crandnll, who has boon em
ployed by tho county court to liiBtnll
u system nt accounts for tho county,
arrived last night to begin his work.
Mr. Crnudnll Is well known hero hav
ing been omployod by local firms as
auditor nt different times. Ha also
devised tho system ot accounting lu
use by tho city,
BEND HIGH SCHOOL TO
week several of tho employes of tho
mill pooled together nnd raised a
fund of $50 with which to assist his
riping lias arrived for tho dry
kiln of tho Urooks-Scnnlon Lumber
Co. and is nearly Installed. It Is
expected that tho kiln will bo In op
eration within tho. next 10 days.
The framo work for tho 400-horso-powor
holler for tho Drooks-Scanlon
plant has been complated and Is
nwaltlng tho nrrlval of tho boiler. It
It likely that tho boiler will not bo
In uso for at least 30 days.
Tho Drooks-Scanlon Lumbor Co.
roports that It is not accepting any
now outsldo orders for lumbor. owing
to tho largo number it now has on
The Hlinllii-IIWon Company.
Tho Shovlln-Hlxon Company Is
displaying In Its ofllco a panornma
photograph taken recently from a
Dutto to tho southwost of Its plant.
In tho plcturo nro shown nil tho
buildings of tho company and tho
plant of tho Urooks-Scanlon Lum
bor Co. on tho opposlto sldo of tho
K. H. Den, general superintendent.
J. A. Nichols, gonornl logging super
intendent nnu William J. Lau, gon
ornl auditor for tho Shovlln-Hlxon
Company nnd nlllod Interests, nr
rlved In Uond today on a trln of In-
Tho now Lldgorwood ovorhend
sklddcr nnd loader of Tho Shovlln-
inxon Compnny was placed In onnr.
ntlon during tho last week. Tho now
plcco of machinery Is said to bo tho
largest of Its kind In onorntlon In
tho world. It oporatos over a dls
tnncu of 1800 feet from tho tower,
which Ib 80 feet high.
O. I. Names hns accontod a tin.
sltlon In tho ofllco of tho Uond White
i'lno Basil compnny.
-"rank 8. I'rlnco Is In St. Paul tbi
week nttondlng tho Outdoors Simn
H. I). Miles expects to move into
his now rcsldonco In I'nrk addition
WILL USE SHEEP TO
ENCLOSE HIS CATTLE
Hlnnley Ranch Head Has a jfmc
Kclicmu to Utilize Allotted
(From Monday's Dally.)
LA PINK, Fob. C To graze both
snoop and cnttlo undor ono grazing
permit in tho national forests scorns
nn impossibility, nccordlng to tho
grazing rules of tho forest dopnrt
mont, hut J. II. Stnnloy, of tho Stan
ley ranch, figures that ho has "beat
tho servlco at Its own gomo," ac
cording to reports received horo to
day. Tho Stanley ranch will herd Bheop
In u strip ono-hulf mllo wide nround
tho urea occupied by tho cnttlo on
Crnnu pmlrlo this yonr. This will
Insure tho confinement of tho cattlo
in their allotted grazing laud, nnd
mo Biieep will net ns a fonro. Tho
fact that tho sheep grazo so cleanly
thnt thorn Is no food loft for tho
eattlo will mnko It an inducomont
for cnttlo glazing olsowhero on tho
prairie to stoy on their own area
nnd not cross tho barren hnlf-mllo
strip to tho Stnnloy area.
TO SHORTEN SEASON
Protection of Cnttlo From Btormt
Purpose of Foroht Hen Ice.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Supervisor W. O, Hastings, of tho
Deschutes National forest, Is plan
ning to shorten tho grazing season
on tho Tumalo rango, changing It so
that It will end tho ralddlo of Sop
tombor Instead ot tho end ot Oc
tobor, Tho chanco Is to bo mado partly
bpcauso ot the dangor to cattlo from
storms, It remaining on tho range
until tho latter date, and partly bo
cause tho grass Is considered to bo
practically used up by the earlier
BE OCCUPIED FEBRUARY 12.
POLICY .OF SAVING IS
Competition Compelled When Now
Dlds on Record Hooks Aro Asked
For, and Taxpa)crs uro llcnc-
flttcd to Extent of $.100.
(From Friday's Dally Uullotln)
Putting Into practice Its annoucod
policy of economy, tho county court,
in session last night, saved $300
when tho bid of Tho Irwln-Hodson
Co., of Portland, was accepted for
tho contract of furnishing record
books for county business. Tho bid
was for 130 volumes, and totals
Now bids wcro called for during
tho afternoon session becauso ot tho
fact that tho four representatives of
stationary firms, who wcro Booking
tho contract, had turned In identical
estimates. It was believed that this
Indicated collusion nnd real competi
tion, resulting In a much lower offer,
was evidenced In tho second lot of
Although tho bid ot tho Under
wood typowrltor peoplo was slightly
higher than estimates given on tho
Iloynl mnchlncs, tho court decided to
purchnBo tho former for county uso,
six mnchlncs being ordered for
Tho court adjourned to moot Tues
day, February C, when arrangements
will bo mado for a Joint meeting to
bo hold Fobruary 7, with tho Crook
county court, in Prlnovlllc.
CITY ORDINANCE IS
GIVEN COURT TEST
('oiiMlttitlniinllty of Peddler License
Imw Assailed in Hearing for
John Perry Today.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Whethor or not tho presont city
ordlnanco providing for tho licensing
of peddlors, shall remain In forco,
was tho question at Issuo today, when
John Porry was tried In municipal
court for alleged violation of tho law.
Tho admission by Perry that ho had
Bold moot on tho streets without
taking out a HconBo. tho testimony
of Recorder II. C. Ellis that no 11
censo had been issued to tho defend
ant, nnd tho testimony ot Ofll cor
Frank Kulp, who stated thnt ho had
purchased meat. from Perry, consti
tuted tho solo ovldcnco offered In
Ross Fnrnham, representing tho
dofondnnt, eontonded thnt tho ordl
nanco wns not In nccordnnco with
tho stnto law, nnd dorannded that
tho Jury tako such action as virtual
ly to annul tho city law, as tho ovl
donco given had practically amount
ed to n stipulation of fact. City A
tornoy C. S. Uoiiboii, conducting tho
prosecution, contended that tho issuo
was wholly ono of whethor or not
Perry hnd vlolatod tho ordlnanco,
Irrespoctlvo ot tho merits of tho law.
Tho Jury was composed of L. D.
Wlost, II. O. Farrls, Ashloy Forrest,
E. W. Richardson, J. C. Rhodes and
J. II. McCloskoy.
Porry was found not guilty.
A Letter That May Interest You.
N. W. McConnoll, Rlvoraldo, Oa.,
writes: "Foloy Cathartic Tablots
absolutely cleanse my system thor
oughly, and never a gripe, nnd no
nnusoa." An Ideal physic, Invigorat
ing and strengthening tho bowel
action and having a good otfect on
tho stomach and liver. Olvo stout
persona a light and free fooling. Sold
MANY RARIUT8 KILLED
(From Monday's Dally.)
Approximately 600 rabbits wcro
killed yesterday in tho Terrebonne
drlvo. Although guns wero oxten
slvely used, no Injuries to any of the
hunters were reported.
A desirable bread knife free with
every annual subscription to The
rillLIP IJROOKH HERE TO OVER
SEE FINAL TOUCHES ON HOTEL
DINING ROOM DECORATIONS
(From Saturday's Dally Dulletln.)
Philip Drooks, ot Vancouver, U.
C, owner of tho Pilot Hutto Inn, ar
rived In Bend this morning nnd will
romnln for sovoral days overseeing
many of the details attendant upon
tho completion of tho now hotel.
Tho Interior work Is now well
along toward completion. Carpcn-
tors aro busily engaged in placing
tho beam construction, all of which
has been nrtlstlcally stained and
burned. Palntors today aro decorat
ing tho main dining room, which nc
cordlnE to Mr. Urooks, will bo known
as tho Rainbow room. The selection
of this namo comes as a result of tho
cholco of tho colors of tho rainbow
which nro tinted on tho cornice closo
from border servlco ns a member of
to tho colling. Tho room will bo
nalntcd in nenrl gray. At tho cast
end of tho room thoro will bo a
largo window 17 feet long and sovon
foot wide, tho glass In which will bo
of French crystal, surrounded by a
ponrl gray framo with gold trim
mines. Tim view from tho Interior
will havo tho aspect of a hugh plcturo
with tho hills to tho west ns a nacK
ground. Many of tho features for
tho room havo not been completed.
Tho hotol kltchon will ho n model
of efficiency land convcnlonco to tho
employees of tho cullnory depart
ment. Dlslirs will not bo washed by
hand, but will bo cleansed In a pat
Pilot Butte Inn
12 to 2 P. M.
LUMBER LATH SHINGLES LIME
All Finish Lumber Kiln Dried
Miller Lumber Co.
OFFICE ON OREGON ST.
Shoes for Real Service
OUR SPECIALTY' IS TO MART. 8IIOUS THAT
STAND Till: TKST
Is especially mado for this kind of country. Nono ore bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome sorvlcoablo dress shoo for mon. Cannot bo
beaten for tho monoy. Give theso shoes a trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
l, jTh0JA n,nn80n jogger Shoes ot Threo Lakos, Wis., aro
ri- do aind. .no J tn v"y best f 's kind. Special mado-to-order
work tnken for this shoo.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE REPAIRING
sr R. H. LOVEN
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth tad Wuhingfoo Street!
Cealrally Located The Hotel for YOU
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot cars pass our doors.
From North Bank Depot S car-transfer at 5th St.
ented electric and steam dish washer
tinlnir conveyed to the) clonnnr '
portnblo trays from a Banltnry tnblo
where nil rcfuso Is removed Into Han
itary garbago cans. Sllvorwnro will
bo cleansed by tho oloctrolytlc pro
cess and bo steam rlnsod. Pnstrlcs
will bo kept In a glaBsed cabinet.
Meats will bo convoyed to tho kitchen
from tho refrigerator In tho bae-
tnnnl llV a (lummy Waiter. Thn ran.
and steam cookor, says Mr. Urook,
I- At. A In trial' m Art n I riin InnlttA mi
electric broiler is expected to arrlva
within tho next week.
Mr. Urooks expects tho furniture
to arrlvo hero In about a wook when
will lie carefully unnacknd n
mado ready for placing in tho rooms.
All 010 rngiiBii luvern sign, boar
Inir tlin words "Pilot Dutto Inn." u
raised silver colored letters will hang
irom inu uuni lime,"" uAiuiiuuu irota
ono ot tho hugo burned rafters on
which will bo n carved boar's head
which is being mado in Chicago.
TO ALTER BUILDING;
Metropolitan to Occupy Two Moon
With ComlnR of Spring.
A general intorlor romodollng ot
tho building now occupied by the
Metropolitan barber shop will bo ono
of tho Improvomonts which will gig.
nnt tho beginning ot tho building
season this spring, according to J,
D. Davidson, ono of tho proprietors
of tho shop. An enlargement of tha
establishment to Increase Its present
capacity, with the moving of the
bnths to tho second floor to allow
for tho accommodation of larger
patronage, will bo tho chlof altera
tion. Part of tho improvomonts on the
downstairs floor will begin within
a fow days, additional furnishings
having boon purchased from tho
Japauoso shop formerly oporatlng on
Soo Edwards for paper hanging..
0 to 8 P. M.