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    BEND BULLKTIS, BEND, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY , 1017.
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ILLS OPPOSED
TOESGHPLAN
WHITE PINE WOULD
SUFFER, IS PLEA.
Ughter AVoods uic Discriminated
.nlii-it, Declare Bend Mill Of-
f,.nlq Postponement of
ltntc Increase Aids.
& M (From Monday's Dally.)
Doth of tho big lumbor companies
n Uonil aro unauorauiy opposcu 10
tho Esch plan of fixing lumber
frteght wive, according to utute
ments mado this morning by T. A.
jltCann, of Tho Shovlln-HIxon Com
pany, and Harry K. Brooks, of tho
Drooks-Scanlon Lumbor Co. Tholr
objections havo bcon fllod with tho
Western Pino Manufacturers Assoc
iation, to bo presented to tho Inter
state Commorco Commission through
that organization.
Would lilt Bend MIIK
Tho basis of tuo Esch plan Is tho
fixing of C0,000 pounds as tho avur-
oeo car loud of lumber, and making
no distinction between kinds, giving
a reduced rato on cnrloads abovo that
weight, and exacting a higher rato
on loads of less tnan tnut amount.
Tho sponsor of tho plan Is Fred
Ksch, of Washington, D. C, exam
iner for tho commission.
Jlr. llrooks dcclnred this morning
that tho chief objection to tho plan
Is tho fact that It would dlscrlmlnuto
between heavy and light woods, plac
lug tho advantngo with tho producer
of tho heavier lumber. "Tiio plan
Isn't practical, and wouldn't work
out." ho Bald. "Tho shipper of light
lumber might havo a carload of 48,-
000 pounds, and would bo charged
tho 40,000 pound high rato for It,
wlillo tho manufacturer shipping a
52,000 pound load would get tho
benefit of tho lower rato."
Old Rata to Hold.
Mr. McCann's objections wero based
on virtually tho sama grounds. "Tho
ltcnd white plno manufacturers
would bo discriminated against In
favor of tho fir producers. Wo aro
certainly opposed to tho Esch plan,
but our objections aro being handled
through tho association," ho said.
Both mills will benefit by tho post
ponement of tho rato Incrcaso In tho
Central Freight Association terri
tory from February 1 to Juno 1. Bo
causo of tho shortago of cars, much
Bethlehem's Bid on Shells
for the United States Navy
To the Amtrietm People:
The Secretary of the Navy has awarded
eontracta amounting to over 13,000,000
to a Ilritisli bidder for M nnd 16-luch
projectile for the Navy becnute of very
much lower price offered by the KnglUu
bidder..
Welinow nothing of the bonis upon which
the Ilritisli bids were made, but the pub
lic is entitles! to know the facts upon
which we ourselves bid fur this work.
Two yearn ago we took contract!
to make 4,200 14-inch shells at a
price of $1,515,000. Up to now
not a slnglo idiell has lieen ac
cepted by the Coternmrnt, al
though, we huve ended, In
wages, nintrrluls, etc., on these
orders $522,111)1, and we huve not
rrcehed a SINGLE DOLLAR on
these contracts.
In djlllan. Hurt InUrpretnttoo of
Um contract might mka ui IiaU far
peoallM mouaUjf to I07B.U1O.
In the light of our experience, and hav
ing no other basis, we bid for 16-Inch
shells approximately the same rate per
pound as that which the Navy Depart
ment actually awarded a 14-iuch shell
contract ono year ago.
Bethlehem Steel Company
CIU8 M. SCHWAB, Chtinnu
tUUKKQ GllAClJ, 1'rt.idut
THR PORTLAND HOTEL
PORTLAND, OREGON
The Rose City's world-famed hotel, occu
pying an entire block. All Outside
rooms. Superior dining and grill ser
vice. An atmosphere of refinement,
with a service of courtsey.
European Plan; $1.50 and Up
RICHARD W. CHILDS, Manager
lumber was sold In that Bectlon,
based on tho old rato, and has not
yet been delivered, lly vlrtuo of tho
extra tlmo given, It Is felt that tho
contracts can bo filled boforo the
tariff ndvnnco goes Into effect.
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
PROVIDING FINANCES
All Student Activities Coiered by
Membership Tickets Now Be
ing Distributed.
(From Monday's Dally.)
With tho organization of tho first
student body ns3ocintion at tho Bcud
high school, a now plan Is being
adopted to flnanco student activities,
and membership tickets are being of
fered tho students fur GO cents each,
covering all student activities.
Anyono wishing to try out for nny
high school team, athletic or other
wise, must first own one of these
tickets, and admission to all games,
debates, plays, nnd tho like, Is In
cluded as" ono of tho privileges.
Craig Coyner, treasurer ot the
student body, 1b attending to the
distribution ot tho tickets.
WILL ENFORCE
DISTBICT ATTORNEY DK All
MONO PREPARES SET OP BEO
ULATIONS (SOVERN1XO ALCO
HOL SALIIS BY DRUGGISTS.
(Prom Monday's Dally.)
With tho receipt of a copy ot tho
"bone-dry" law, signed by tho Gov
ernor on Friday, II. II. DuArnioml,
district attorney for Deschutes coun
ty, has begun to famlllarlzo himself
with Its provisions and to tako steps
for tholr cntorconioui
"It Is appreciated by ait ou
Mr. DoArmoml this morning, "that
oxcopt for tho flvo days' graco al
lowed by tho law, no mora liquor
can bo brought Into tho state. Final
deliveries may bo mado by tho ex
press companies within tho flvo days
but no Individual may recolvo any
greater quantity than ho would havo
boon entitled to uudor tho old law."
Mr. DcArmond has notified tho
local druggists of tho provisions of
tho law, so far as thoy affect tho sale
ot alcohol, pointing out to them that
sales may no longer bo mado on an
nllldavlt Blgned by tho purchaser. For
porsonal usq prescriptions must bo
presented, signed by a registered
physician, and for uso by chomlsts,
wholesalo druggists or grocers, a
permit must bo obtained from tho
district attorney.
A set of regulations governing
sales by druggists Is being prepared
by Mr. DoArmond.
BIILY GEORGE NEARS
PRESCRIBED WEIGHT
Dally Bond Work Bnpldly I'uts Idaho
lighter In Trim Trumliltns to
Arrlio Hnturdiiy.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
11,1,1. Iinn'vv rnml work dttllv and
conscientious training, Billy Goorgo
Is In tlno fottle for his coming bout
with Valloy Trambltas, of Portland,
to bo held at tho Hippodrome. Mon
day night. Ho Is nearly down to tho
in nnimil mnvltnum which must not
bo exceeded when ho ontors tho
Baunrred clrclo with tho Portland
ring general. Tho Idaho lad worked
... ,1,1a nftnrnnnn at tho HlDDOdrome
and will bo at It again Thursday
afternoon.
Trambltas Is already in conumuu
,.. ,i,o mmitiL' ca. and will arrive
v..,. catnriinv. nccordlui; to a letter
Just received by Manager Doudlah,
of the Hippodrome.
a .,..irr,t,ln lirnad knife freo with
evory annual subscription to The
Bond Bulletin.
LI
POWER COMPANY
WILL PROTECT
NEW PUMPING PLANT
IS PLANNED.
93000 Improvement Arranged to Aid
Gravity Water SyMcni In Furn
ishing Moro Pressure for
Bend In Ciiko of Fire.
(From Monday's Dally.)
An Important stop toward better
flro protection for tho city ot Bend
will bo takon In tho nenr futuro by
tho Ilend Water, Light & Power Co.,
according to an announcement mado
this morning by Manager T. H. Foley.
Tho plan Is for tho Installation of a
largo pumping plant within tho city
limits, which will bo used as an aux
iliary aid to tho water supply. A
contract for tho purchase of tho
plant wob closed by Mr. Foloy when
In Portland last wcok.
To houso tho pump a now build
ing will bo erected at tho power
plant, construction to bo started as
soon as tho frost Is out of tho ground.
At tho samo tlmo n How stool plpo
will bo put In to connect with tho
present Bystom, at tho comer ot Wall
and Oregon streets. Tho total cost
of tho Improvement, according to
Mr. Foley's figures, will bo about
$3000.
Tho pump will bo used only In
caso ot a failuro of tho gravity sup
ply or to assist by furnishing greater
pressuro In tlmo of flro. To avoid
possibility ot contamination ot tho
wntor In tho pipes by mingling It
with a supply taken from below
town, storlllzlng machinery will bo
used in connection with tho pump.
13-YEAR-OLD WRITES
OF SHEEP INDUSTRY
(From Tuesday's Dall.)
Tho following composition, written
mi n suhlcct suggested by Tho Bulle
tin's prosperity calendar, Is tho work
ot Alllo Powell, aged 13, ot tno sixtn
11 irn it ii In thn local schools. Other
rnmnosltlons on themes Inspired by
Tho Bulletin's calendar, will bo pub
lished this week.
Hheep liaising.
Just a cllmnse at tho weary trav
eler tells tho tale of tho loncsomo life
ho loads. With all his worldly 110
lmiHntrH on a uack horso. about thrco
shopherd dogs as his solo compan
ions, ho wearily wonas nis way over
thn mccoil hills and Into valleys to
tlnd a placo for his numborless sheep
to grazo In ordor that they may uo
In good condition for tho market,
wimn nlirht comes on. ho spreads
his blankots to sleep In tho arms of
Mother Earth until tho faintest urenK
of day appears. Evon before tho
birds havo clcarod their little throats,
ho Is off again to trnvol on and on
until another day has been spent.
Slnco tho sheep furnish a groat
part of our own meat, wool and
skins, thoro aro a great many mon
who lead Just such lives.
What Is considered a largo sheep
ranch has from twenty to thirty
thousand sheep on it. Shoep ofton
tlraeB grnzo on lands owned by tho
government. Tho sheepmen get
permits to grazo tholr sheep on these
lands, which aro usually called
ranges, whllo somo ranchors havo
their own feed. In very sovoro weath
er when It Is Impossible to get food
for the sheep thoy aro drlvon Into
corrals and fed on hay or clovor.
Ono man with his shepherd dog can
tuko caro of from two to threo thous
and sheep.
Aftor the long winters aro over
tho rancher looks ovor his shoep to
find out how many havo died, and
figures on losing about one out of
26. Then tho pelts ot thoso which
i,nvn iippn klllod or havo dlod during
tho winter aro sold to tho factories,
tho wool Is pressed into bales ana is
put on tho market for various pur
poses. Tho meat Is called mutton
nnd r verv Dalatablo during the
wlntor months. And even the bones
nf the sheeD are mado uso oi as a
very fine fertilizer.
Wvomlne leads In the snoop in
dustry, and Oregon comes fifth.
County llecords.
(From Tuesday's Daily)
vn m. McCluro. warranty deed
to J. II. Nearsden, on transfer of lots
5 and 6, block 3, Kenwood; consid
eration 450.
Edward C. Pease Co., vs. W. E.
Caso, Jr., attachment in suit to re
cover 117.65.
B. J. Mackey, warranty aeea 10
E. I. Youmans, on transfer ot lots
16, 17, 18, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and
25, in block 90, Terrebonne.
STOCKMEN TO MEET.
(From Tuesday's D&lly.)
umhAH nf thn Blsters-Metollus
t iv.tn-w AMiociation will bold their
annual meeting at Sisters on the af
ternoon of February 18, it was an
nounced today.
Clftao up and paint up. 8e E4
wards. Adv.
Shearings
Mirny Babbits Killed.
At least 3999 rabbit scalps from
this part ot tho county hnvo been
forwarded to Lnkovlow. This Is tho
exact number conveyed and tho
exact number covered In 12 nllldnvlts
made out In tho Times olllce. Tho
number acknowledged by other no
taries is unknown at this tlmo. Tho
largest slnglo shipment known In
this end of tho county wns mado by
II. H. Sowers and consisted ot COO
scalps. Fort Bock Times.
A Controversy.
Tho Madras Pioneer and tho Cul
ver Tribune, aro ougaged In a llttlo
controvcry which Is rovcnllng somo
things to tho voters ot Jefferson
county. This could havo been avoid
ed had tho voters chosen Mctollus ns
tho county Beat. As things now
Btand nobody knows whero he's "at"
when ho wants to do business nt tho
"county seat." Jefferson County
Itocord.
Klnmnth Licenses Issued.
A total ot 2990 was collected In
Klamath county during 191G for
hunters' and anglers' licenses, ac
cording to tho official report mailed
yestorday by County Clork DoLap,
to the state trcasuror. Ot this sum
Klnmnth county will keep f 1G4. Dur
ing 191C, 1,381 hunting licenses
wero Issued, 1,042 fishing, 281 com
bination and 14 non-resident. Cres
cent Nows.
Stray Dogs Numerous.
Any casual observer will notlco
that stray dogs nro gotting quite
numerous upon tho streets of Pais
ley again. Whero they corao from
no ono knows. It Is only a short
whllo ago that all dogs in town wero
killed, on account of tho rabies epi
demic which wns all around us nt
that tlmo. This wlntor tho samo
epidemic Is nppcarlng In outlying
districts. Sovcral mnd coyotes havo
bcon klllod at Silver Lake ami many
havo been met on tho desert to ttio,
enst ot us. At any tlmo ono may
wander Into town nnd Infect a num
ber of these stray dogs. It should
bo remembered that during our last
oxporlonco ono hound caused tho
death ot somo six or seven hundred
dollars' worth ot stock, which Is
moro than all tho dogs In Christen
dom nro worth. In ordor to provont
a possible repetition of that disaster
thoso dogs should bo exterminated.
Chowaucan Press.
KnoivH How to Knnn.
Thomas Aldordlco, who has ono ot
tho finest ranches In tho country,
was In Culver soiling IiIb wheat at
tho high prlco tho other day. Uncu
Tom knows how to farm and how
to get away with his weeds. Ho scat
ters straw over tho weeds and burns
It, thus getting tho benefit of the
ashoB and killing tho weed seed at
tho samo tlmo. Ho has Just com
pleted a now houso and paid for and
had 11400 left when ha sold the
wheat. Jefferson County Becord.
BEND IS ACCORDED
FAVORABLE MENTION
Will Bo Important Point in Tourist
Boitto in Central Oregon Dur
ing Coining Season.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Most favorable mention ot Bond,
and Central Oregon Is contulned In an
nrtlclo In tho Pacific Semaphoro, tho
official publication of thn O.-W. R.
& N. employes club In Portland. Tho
arttclo Is Inspired by tho Hearing to
completion of tho now Pilot Ilutto
Inn ,and says In part ns follows:
Tho acquisition of this fluo Institu
tion by Ilend is especially opportuno
and fortunate from a tourist point ot
view, ns it affords a very convenient
and attractlvo Itermedlato station to
Crator Lake by way of tho Deschutes
routo, thus completing ono ot tho
most brilliant tours In all tho west,
cither for rail or auto excursions.
Tho trip from Portland to Medford,
thenco to Crater Lako, Is already
woll known and extremely popular.
Tho remaining portion of tho clrclo
will mako Bend tho first stop, thence
down tho Deschutes to Tho Dalles,
thence down the Columbia over tho
magnificent Highway, Including a
short sldo-trlp Into Hood River Val
loy, Mount Mood Lodga and Cloud
Cap Inn,
ORANGE DAY IS SET
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Announcement of Orange Day, set
for Saturday, March 10, was mado
here today by II. O. Oliver, traveling
freight and passenger agent for tho
O.-W. R. & N., on receipt ot a com
munication from William McMur
ray, general passenger agent, of Port
land. Oranges will be served on all the
diners on the O.-W., and an endeavor
Is being made to Interest hotel pro
prietors and merchants in a general
observance of the day.
MBS. MILLER GUESSES CLOSE
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Mrs. Dwlght F. Miller wpn tho $5
corset offered by Mannbelmer Bros,
for the closest guess to the number
of corset boxes In their display win
dows. Mrs. Miller's guess was 92,
There were 91 boxes in the window.
LEGAL NOTICES
Application for Grazing Permits.
Notlco Is hereby given that all ap
plications for permits to grazo cattle,
horses and sheep within tho, Des
chutes National Forest during tho
season of 1917 must bo filed In my
office on or beforo March 1, 1917.
Full Information In regard to tho
grazing tecs to bo charged nnd blank
forms to bo used In mnklng applica
tion will bo gladly furnished upon
request. W. Q. Hnstlngs, Forest Su
pervisor, Ilend, Oregon, 47-49c
47-49c.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of tho Intorlor, U. S.
Land Olllco at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
January 20, 1917.
Notlco is hereby given that Martha
E. Forgey, of Bend, Oregon, who, on
March 4, 1913, mado Homestead En
try No. 011107, and on October 31,
1914, mado additional Homestead
Entry No. 013991, for tho South
Halt, Section 9, Township 20 South,
Baugo 14 East, Wlllamctto Meridian,
has filed notlco ot Intention to mnko
Final Thrco Year Proof, to establish
claim to tho land abovo described, bo
foro H. C. Ellis, U. S. Commissioner,
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL, DIRECTORY.
VERNON A. FORBES
L A W Y 13 It
First National Dank Building
Bend :: :: Oregon
H. II. DcARMOND
L A W Y K It
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
DENTIST
Sulto G-S-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, ... Orogon
DR. J. C. VANDEVERT
Physician nnd Burgeon
Phono Red 271
Hours 9-12 n. m. 1-C p. m.:
7-9 p. m.
O'Kano Building.
W. G. MANNING, D. M. D.
Dentist.
Sulto 12-14, O'Kano Building
Tel. Oil Bend, Oregon
WILLIAM A. JACKSON
Bond's Auctioneer
Conducts Stock Snles a Spec
ialty. Opposlto Kenwood Grocory.
O. P. NISWONGER, Dond, Oro.
UNDERTAKER
Licensed Kmlmlmer, Funeral
Director.
Phono Bod 421. Lady Asst,
II. O. ELLIS
Attorneynt-Low
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
BEND, OREQON
O. S. BENSON
Attorney At L n vr
Bonson Building, Wall Street
Bend, Oregon.
YOU CLEAN
UP THE HOUSE
WE'LL CLEAN YOUR LINEN,
CLOTHES, SILK DRESSES, Etc.
"PUT YOUR DUD8 IN OUR SUDS"
Bend Steam Laundry.
AND DRY CLEANING
ZM,0N BENI HAULING CO.
K. N. PALMHKTON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE. HOUSEHOLD
GOODS MOVED.
COAL AND WOOD.
nt Bend, Oregon, on tho Cth day ot
March, 1917.
Claimant nnmes as witnesses:
William A. Golden, Alva Kllpatrlck,
Howard F. Dyor, and Frank Hur
wltz, all of Bend, Oregon.
II. FBANK WOODCOCK,
47-Glc. Bcglstor.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U. S. Land Olllco at The Dalles,
Oregon, Novcmbor 20th, 1910.
NOTICE Is horeby given that
Jacob Schcrer, of Ilend, Oregon, who,
on May loth, 1913, mado Home
stead Entry, No. 011704, tor
SHUSEU, Section 25, Township
19-South, Rnngo 14-Enst, Wlllnm-
tto Meridian, has filed notlco ot In
tention to make Anal thrco-ycar
proof, to establish claim to tho land
nbova described, beforo II. C. Ellis,
U, S. Commissioner, at Bend, Oro
son, on tho 14th day ot February,
1917.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Howard F. Dyor, of Mllllcan, Oro.
Aaron D. Norton, ot Mllllcan, Oro.
Martha E. Forgey, of Bond, Oro.
Clifton L. Evans, of Iloud, Oro.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
45-490 ncglstor.
GEORGE 8. YOUNG
Civil nnd Irrigation Engineer.
U. S, Mineral Surveyor.
Boom 12, First National Bank
Building
REDMAN & MOORE
LAWYERS
Log Cabin Bldg.
DEND. OREGON
CENTRAL OREttON
PLUM1IING & HEATING CO.
PLUMBING ANIJ HEATLVa
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnlshod
Jobbing Promptly Douc.
Tinning and Sheet Metal
WM. MONTGOMERY.
Furnaces, Spouting, Uuttorlng,
Cornice and Skylight
Ropatrtng promptly attended to
Prices right, work guaranteed
J. B. Boll A. W. Sims
CBOOK COUNTY ABSTRACT
COMPANY
(Incorporated)
Successors to The J, II. Hanor
Abstract Co., PrJnevllle, Oro.
Abstracts Insurance
DR. R. D. 8TOWELL
Nnprnpnthlc Physician
Ovor Logan S'urnltura Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to 5
Phono Bed -itti)
Roofing of nil kinds. Repairing
promptly dons.
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
TINNING AND
Furnace Contractor
Guttcrinjr, Spoutinrr,
Cornices nnd Skylights,
Erickson's
Grocery
Jjuccettor la T. R. McClincy
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
Quality and Service
Our Motto.
Phono Black 211
AUTO DELIVERY
Joe Rock
CONTRACTOR
All kinds of
EXCAVATION
WORK
rock or dirt
BASEMENTS
STREET WORK, ETC.
Lure ofdtn t
J. A. EASTES OFFICE
Oicgon Sticsl
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