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The bend bulletin.
HUM), DUHC'lll'TKH COUNTY, OHKOON, 'Jill IWUAY, AI'KIfi a, 11)17.
SISTERS LIKE .
PLANS BEING DRAWN
,t 'JlmnUw HxhvmmI to Ih-hI People,
? Who Contribute! In AmI1 In
Flirt lumliiu lrorty lliilM
inu; Ampin for NitiN.
, (From Wednesday's Dally.)
With the view to outlining pre
liminary pIhiib and drnwlug up
jtktalitN (or tlio new Sisters Hospital,
Mother lloso, of tint Sisters of Char
ity of Nazareth, Ih In Hand today
looking nvor tlio Krouml recently
vurejiased liy tlio Hlatnr. Ilor
i lilnrt U to leave tomorrow for I.ex.
iHRtoii, Kotitticky. to iniiko dnflullo
plan for building within IIih next
Not allien Inst Oetobnr haM Mother
Hdno bean In llend, tun! since that
time the site has bwn purchased niul
ahe had mu had mi opportunity to
view It nml dntermlnu Him nature of
irimturH unit the Im thnt wlir be
neSAry to mmt the need of th
i Hy Htul surrounding rouutry. Moth
er Ham U highly IkimmI with Ilia
location nml believes It wilt ha Ideal
m n location for tli hospital.
,Md In Appreciated,
for tlio liberal support given to
V tha proposed Institution by local peo
pft In thn way of financial assistance,
MADwr lloso wishes to nxpreaa lior
gratitude, nml says Hint tlm Misters
liBpo to more I Im ii reciprocate with
thn Hend people. The tentative
sketches are now In thn hnmU of
l.e A. Thomas, who will prepare
. plmin for thn visiting Hlstors to ink it
lmk with thnm on their ruturii to
Lexington, Kentucky, where a eon
fareure will Im held of thn council
of Hlstora when morn ilnflnlto build
ing plana will Imi announced.
The plater are considering thn
orMilon of Hie hospital of brink nml
nt oh it. Tim nlst of Ilia structure ha
not Iiihiu determined, hut It will Ih
of aufflrlHiit aim to rare for tha
need of Central Oregon.
"We urn Illicitly pi! with llend
a tlio future Im'attun of the hospit
al." aald Mother Itoae Uila morning.
' "W lllrit the alt that has bee
elected by luottl agents who are re,
n-eenllng ua could not Ih Imnra.!
upon. We lo want to exprwe nur
thanka to lh proplo of IImM, who
yto Hlrttrally rontrlhutrtl to th fun'l
for tha purrhaao of tha pruNtrty."
MASONS ARE TO HEAR
LECTURE ON SYMBOLS
(From WriliiMiilay'a Unity.)
Aa n aprtolal fcnturo of tlio Mnaoulo
meotlnit In Hand tomorrow nlaht.
Tjr' Jtnv. QunrRO V. VnnWntorii, Knlaeopnl
tniialnnnry from rnrtlnnd, will luc
turo on tlio Biibjcot, "Symbnla of
Mnnonry," at tha Maionlc hall, fol
lowliiR (ho lodgo Moaalon, Thu Ice.
turo will, bo for Mhboiib only.
CARLETON SWIFT IS
LICENSED TO WED
CIlICAao. April 10. Cnrloton
D. Swltt, ot tho I'orllnnd Cattlq l.onn
i'.a., Im lloonnml to wad Ml ICllru
.vl.toniird, of ChlonRO,
.Mr. Hwlft hna mado hla homo In
Portland alnro lato luat fall. Ho la
"v mambor of tho Iloaton bmimh of
m . wldoly known family of paokon.
Mr. Hwlft and naaoclatoa purclinaod
n rontrollliiR luturuat In tha Uontrul
'Oregon Dank, ot Hand, a short tlmo
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
lUnrlicon l'oNtponcri to AVcilncuduy
J'Jvt'itliiK Mi'iulicrM of Auxll
Inry to Ho I'roioiit,
(From Tuoadny'B Dally.)
"Wolcomliii; tlio O. A. C. Instructors
mtuo uro uccompiinyliiK tho O..W. It.
A N. food propurodnosH cur, tho Iioud
Canunorulul club will pontpoiu) Its
wookly liinuhoou nt tho I'llnt llutto
Inn, from noon to 0:30 o'clook, nl
'which tlmn tlio mombora of tho Ln
tfi' Auxiliary will bu luvltod to nt
tend In full fqreo. .
Following tho gathering, tho mom
bora of tho club uml tho auxiliary will
nttoud tho various locturos aohodulod
.to ho filyan hy tho uollogo oxparta
nt tho llo d achool and tho now hlgn
PARDON TO BEND MAN
Cli'iiii'iiny Kvtniili'd to M. ). .Mi (3 nil Ii
On I'd II Ion KIkhimI Hy .Mini)'
(From Wmltibailny'a Dally,)
Full pardon and roinlaalon of fine
In tha uhhh or M. J. Mt'dratli, of thin
olty, ooiivlctuil laat Juno on ii liquor
milling uhargo, una rantlvod hum to.
day, algnml hy Juium Wlthyrombu,
govnruor of Oragou. Thn pardon waa
KruiitiMl at Hih Inatancn of a petition
nlgniHl hy n litrgn iiumhnr of rnprn
noututlvo t'ltUniiH of Mnnd and tha
vlnliilty, which waa forwardi'd to tha
atatn impltal IiibI Tliurmlity.
On two (iniiutN, Mr. Mrdnith waa
aaiitHiiiMul to pay fluoa of SO0 and
of $100, and coata. TIih potltloti
annt to lb atatn nxnimtlvt) waa ho
compnuliid hy a nolo from Dlatrlut
Attorny Wlrtr, of I'rliiHvlllH, who
proatHiutcd tlio mmo.' In thla ooni
muiilratlou, Mr. Wlrtx atatml that hn
wuold not atand In tlm way of a
illMI l,iriil I'liillloinrii (let Helpful
HukkooHiiiix I'liMil KxjH'rt.
(From WtNlnwHiny'a Dally.)
Tha iHtrltHi of practluHl iHjultry
lr(iirta lnllvrwl In Crmik and I)im
rhutna nniHtlna laal wk by I'rof.
('. C. Umb. of O. A. (., hmh wall
MllriHiltHl and highly appranattHl by
I mm I HiultryiHHH. Much iHturtiat la
balng ahown In poultry throughout
Hih two eountltta and I'rof. I.auih'a
talka did inuoli to cryataltliu lb la In
twriHit Into daflnltH artlou. Ouo re
aiilt ot tha tuavtluga la nlrwidy ahown
In tha ordorluK of hatahlng ugga
from O. A. H. and otlmr high pro.
duolug atralna of poultry by a num
bur of our poultryuiHU. Iluttur meth
ods of hatching, brooding and gn
oral handlliiK of poultiy are oxpoctml
Muatlua were held at Hand, Hand
Unton, Hand Orangn, Tarraboniio,
Itwlmond and Tunialo. Upward of
200 bcHvh paultryiniin attntulHil tbea
itiiHttlnrra at which audi top lea aa In
cubating and brawling, ftwda. anil
fwtdlng, briMMla, dlMaa, ate., wara
Mr. lJHb waa rery murh plaant
with tka poultry otttlwik In tha two
MHtnthw and atated that thar arc
few aactlwna of tha atate ahowlng
much wall dlraetml afort In tula Una
aa la found hara. Tha aaaoclatlona
at I'rliiavllla ami TuhmIo ara among
tha ftrat to b organlxod In Itaataru,
Oragon. Thaaa aaaoelntlona ure dl
rooting tlmlr first uffort to tho pro
dilution of hotter grades ot poultry
and on a auftlolant urn In to make tho
marketing of u uniform produol In
paying qunntltlea posalhlo In tho fol
lowing yoara. When thla la nccoin
pllihvd thoy will turn their utton
tlnn to tho murkotlng ot their pro.'
duct by mom approved niuthoda than
aro being prnotlced aJL proaout.
EXPRESS MEN VISIT
Aiiiioiiiifoiitent of Kixo Delivery la
lHH'tMl Thin Ktt'lllllg.
(From Wodnoaday'a Dally. 1
W, W. Ward, BUporlntendent. am)
JoHuph Fox, routu agent, ot thq
Northorn Uxpritaa company, wore In
tho elty today with B. J. Miller, trav.
oiling agent for tho Northern 1'aclflij
railway. It la expected that aa u
reault of their visit, an announce
niont will ho mada thla evening at
tho Commercial club luncheon, glv.
lug tho tlmo nt which freo express
delivery will bo begun In Ilond.
UNION IS FORMED
BY BEND BARBERS
N, 11, Itobcrta In 1'rcKldont Shorter
lloura niul Hotter Working Con.
(IttloiiN Chief Object,
(From Woduoudny'a Dally.)
Organized with 10 charter mem
bers, nnd with only ouo uhon' In llond.
linrenroflontud. I.nenl Mn. 7.10. Jmir.
neymen Harbors' International Union,
mono ita nppoarnuco In tho city thin
wook. Offlcora ajoctod uro J, N Hob.
arts, president: 10. II. Stewart, vtcn
prosldont; H. A. Qosnuy, financial
Boorotnry; H. O. Landlngham, treas.
Tho objoct of tho organization, It
Is auuouncod. la tho socurlnir of abort.
or WorklllE hours, bnttnr wnrklni?
condltloilB. and tho ndvanennient nt
organized labor in tho community.
AHKH fO.M.MUMTV OIUJAM'-
' I'lOXH TO IJMTH 'J'O IJHK VA-
CA.Vi' I.OTH I'Olt CAItDHNI.VO
TO I.N'ntlMHK I'OOI) Hl'I'I'f.V.
(From TunmUr'a Dally)
For thu purpoan of tmllatlng tho
unrrtw of Orogou abl 16 aaTaf In u
rood prHparmiuoaa eampaigii, 1)1 rat
tor Halph I). Ilntxol, of thn Oregon
Agricultural CqIIhk, Iimm aunt out u
I'lri'iilur letter raiting on public weU
farn orgHiilzatloim to organize. Um
of vueant lota for VHgUhl gardena
and poultry and a mora twonomleal
ll h of food nroducta arn lueludml In
Sir. Hetzol'a auggeatlmiH.
Tho clroular followa:
"No pliato of preparwlnHHi for tho
Uiatloual nrlala which wo ara how fan
nag la of groator linportauce than
that of the food supply. Thn proa-
rout food ahortagn will bo graatly In
.tmmlflml by tha withdrawal of many
'produeara who am being rallad Into
kllin military Mrvlc. With our en
trance Into tho war. our ohlwnulofia
in iHrnisu ioihi io tun aiutai uauoiia
will ba grnatly IncraaiHH. We must
it the altuatlon. Thla ran Iw dona
by IncrMtalnjC produrtlon and by the
mora aeotiotHlcal u of foinl.
"Vaeant elty lota am) bark yarda
afford the baat tiiaana for prompt
rallaf In prmluetloa. It the ara
properly uaad for ratal iig vagntablMi
and poultry, thnuaands of dollars
worth ot food prmlurta oan Ih addml
to the normal supply In a few months.
At least CO par cant of thu city lota
and baek yanl now available are
net balng used. In tho Interact of
the nntlnn, Intelligent, snbar and woll
organized efforta rhould be made to
old In Improvement of the altuatlon.
"It Is respectfully auggoated that
all organisations Interastod In the
public wolfare should get togethnr
and plan n campaign for their re
spectlve communities. A Joint com
mlttee repraaentlng tho commerrlat
clubs, woinon'a organhutlons, jHir-imt-tnacbani'
associations, school of
(llals, aad other organisations In
tweeted In public problems should
appoint representative to serve on
a joint committee to be chargMl with
the direction of tha campaign. A
attrvey should Im wade Immediately
to ietermlau tho aineunt of ground
available and the nnmlmr of netvona
wbtt may ho enlisted to put It tftthe
beat uee. Kneouragtwnt and In.
struetloos anoalU 1h continued in a
aystematlr way throughont the sea
aon. The Oregon Agricultural Col
lege hna nratHired a npe Ul aerlea
of pamphleta- on poultry keeping,
vegetable smrdenlng. the economical
use ot foods ami oatlnlng fowls, and
which U available to the people of
the atate. We shall be glad to send
u suiiply of these publications upon
receipt of ovldnnco that thla work la
being efficiently organised In your
BECOMES MASCOT OF
i'lioto by Aiixrliun rcs Association.
"(lu' orill l lll.l. Jl'.' Illl Im lllllixl
WJmBMMBKSsm" vwMlm"ifi allria. 'vi-
aejaajiMsji as. , is j VinajaK, Jff mmt
the bolder by tho Mrt Now Yorlt nrlHlery os a mascot, but Unby Hurro,
born a fow daj ago. bus nuw taken tier pluve lu tho affections of the troopers.
CIP11 IS OK
NOTH'IW HKItVHD TO IMtOI'KltTV
OWNHKH THAT UUlllilHHMUKT
K HWIOVHD I'HOM I.OTH IM
.MHDIATKhY. (Pram Wednesday's Dally.)
' J'Ibh for cleaning up the olty are
woll under way, and Chief of I'ollco
It, A. W. Nixon la busy serving notice
on Hum! property owners that all
rubbish and rafuse on their placet)
uiUht b dlspmieil of Immediately
Djiprovement in sanitation la also
.'Ji'il ef tU( ehlef alma of the cam
pAlgn. Today Ohluf Nixon has served no
Una than J 60 notices, but declared
that In all cloao to 1,000 would be
put away. Any failures to comply
with the provlsloua of tho iiotlcoa
will bo followed by tho city taking
the matter In hand, carting away alt
uiiHlghtly rubbish, and levying Ileus
against the property concerned, to
covin the xpen' of tho work.
Mr. Nixon waa of the opinion that
coualdarable work would be done by
the city to bring llend Into the "spot
leea town" elaaa.
FINAL DETAILS FOR
MEET ARE ARRANGED
I 'nf groin of Kw-ntw to ito Completed
TimIii) TliiinipMin Auk
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
To arrange further details for the
Central Oregon Track and Field meet
to ho hold In Ilond on May 19, Coun
ty School Superintendent Thompson,
Krle Holt, principal of tho llend high
school, and F. S. Francis, ot tho
high school faculty, left this after
noon for I'rlnevlllo. It was oxpect
od that all preliminary plana, In
eluding n program or events for tho
day, could be completed at tho I'rlne
Wlillo In I'rlnevllle, Mr. Thompson
expected to make arrangements tor
tile establishment of a Joint aaheol
district wtHt Superintendent Myara,
of Crook eounty. The action waa
prompted by the request of J II.
Ashley, whoee ranch la local ao on
the boundary linn between Oook
and Destitute county, the part of hla
farm lylatj In the eounty being locat
ed In Ute U.mio district.
AGED BEND MASON
(From Tuesday's rlly.)
One of the oldeet members of the'
Masonic fraternity here, James
Wright, celebrated hla 90th birthday
yreterday. Mr. Wright has been n
ember of the order for 58 years, Join
Ing the Masons In Iloeeburg. Ho
crossed tho plains In 1862, coming
from Now York.
REGIMENT AT BIRTH
Mntlli.r llllrrn ... I.W...-.S1 ,.......
fTk 'ITER USERS
Itioto by Amrlt.in l'rr Aiik Ullon.
Rear Admiral Albert W. Orant, Com
mandr Submarine Force, Atlantic
GARDEN PLOTS FOR
liiMiiictors Will Ito In ChnrKO High
KcliiM)! KtiidentN tit Inspect Food
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Five garden plots for the use ot
the llend school children during the
spring and summer months have been
promised to City School Superintend
eat Thordarson, he announced this
morning. A largo proportion ot tho
land which will bo available Is wat
ered and fertilized, and Mr. Thord
arson Is highly satisfied with tho
prospect for the summer school gar
dens. Ho himself will have charge
ot the work dono on ono ot tho plots,
while four Instructors In tho schools
who will make their homo hero dur
ing the summer months, will direct
operations on tho others.
To gain Ideas on tho food prcnar
odneea quostlon, of which tho school
gardens ure Intonded to be a phase,
high school students will be granted
a recees tomorrow morning to In
spect the demonstration car being
sent to llend by the Oregon Agri
cultural College and the O.-W. K.
A N. Co.
FOR AGE STRETCHED
Men Vp to to Youra of Age May Now
Kullst, Ih Annoiincttiueiit of tlio
I'ortlnnd Ilccrulting Office.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Word was received this morning
from the PortIand?arniy recruiting of
flco to tho effect that a change has
boon mado In tho requirements for
recruiting. Aa tho rovjucd schedule
stands, men between the ages ot 18
and 40 years will bo accepted. Min
ors still noed the consent of parents
or guardians. Applications of mou
under 16 years old will not bo ac
cepted, Tho aviation section Is badly
In noed of men having experience
with motors or gas engines.
Tho namo ot another recruit,
Charles Clarke, who will leave to.
morrow to outer tho signal corps,
was announced by Corporal Charles
Duvls, army recruiting officer on
EXPERTS TO PROBE
TUMALO LEAK SOON
Will Ho Hero In Two Weeks, Says
O. Ijiurganrd Declare Defect
Can Ho Hciucdlcd.
(From Tuosdny's Dally.)
That tho board ot directors ap
pointed to ascertain tho cnuso ot tho
leak at tho Tumala reservoir will
visit Hond within tho next two woo'ks,
was tho statement ot llepwaontatlvo
O. Lnurganrd, ot Portland, ono of
tho ardent ndvooatcs ot Irrigation
at tho last bcsMou of tho legislature.
Mr. Laurgaard, who ts lu tho olty
largely on private buslnoss, Inspect
ed tho roaorvolr yesterday, and gave
It ns hla opinion that tho dofect which
lias mado Its operation iuottlolout,
could bo readily remedlod.
$16,022.63 TAKEN IN
FOR COUNTY TAXES
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Tho first turnover on taxes ool
lected was mado today by Sheriff S.
K Roberts ta the county treasurer's
office, n total of $10,022. C3 repre
senting tho total takon In up to
IltUIOATIO.V COAII'A.MKH I'U.llUO
HKUVIUK COItrOIlATIO.VH, IH
Itl'M.VO OIN I1V ATTOU.VKxT
n tfntud Trow t th Demi nuifetln)
HALBM, April 11. Attorney Gen
eral Hrown decided today that frrl
gatlon oompanlae ongaged in the
rental or water and maintaining
ditches for genoral. irrigation par
posea are public service corporations
under tho laws of Oregon, and that
aa such, their; rates are subject to
regulation by the public service com
mission. Tho dcoislon Is considered highly
Important. It was given when the
question arose In the oese of Merrl
man et al, vs. J. F. Luse & Co., tho
defendants supplying water for Ir
rigated lands In the Sutherlln valley.
Attornoy General Brown's opinion
backs up the sand taken by the Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation Co. Water Us
ers' association In the fall of 1315,
when on the advlee ot their attornoy.
H. II. DeArmond, they attempted to
bring the C. O. I. before the commis
sion for a hearing. The company
objected to the hearing, filing a writ
of prohibition In the Supreme court,
and this phase ot the case waa dis
missed on motion ot tho wator users.
Another writ ot prohibition was In
troduced In the olrcult court, and
again on tho motion of tho water
users, tho oaso waa dismissed.
Tho company later submitted to a
hearing before the commission, but
without acknowledging tho right ot
such a proceeding. llecently tho
Squaw Creek Irrigation Co. volun
tarily adrdltted that It' belonged In
tho class ot public service corpora
tions by petitioning the commission
to be allowed to raise Us ratM.
Tho opinion of ihr attorney ren
eral, however, is the lira. of'Mal de
cision establishing tne i siMus ot
Double. .Mount of Communication
From Finn Mountain Li Fro-
ldcd by 10-Mllo Wirt).
(From Tuesday's Dstly.)
Providing a double means ot com
munloatlon tor the forestry sorvico
from Pino Mountain, the Mlllican
Plno Mountln telephone lino was
completed last night, and the first
call sent over, showing tho now lino
to bo in excellent working ordor.
Work was started by tho Desehutes
forestry sorvice last fall, but tho
coming ot winter necessitated a lay
oft which onded with the coming ot
spring. Tho line is 10 miles In
Tho other moans ot communica
tion from Pine Mountain Is by moans
of telephone wires strung over tho
WEDDING IS HELD
IN CLERK'S OFFICE
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Richard N. Perkins aad Mill Mary
Leona Drink, both of near llend. Warn
united In marriage yesterday after
noon in mo offloo or County Clerk
Haner, Judge W. D. Dames officiat
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins expoot
to make their homo In this violulty.
FIA" FliAO MY DAY; ItAIHK
AT HUMUSK, AND LOW-
EU AT SUNSia1.
It you are not up In tho flag -
etiquette, hero aro tho rules:
- Raise tho flag nt sunrlso, or -
after, never before.
I.owe.r tho flag at sunset.
When draping tho flag
against tho side ot a room or --
building, placo tho blue field
always to the north or oast.
Hunting should bo draped or -
hung with, tho rod at tho top,
following by. the white and tho
-- blue, in accordance with tho,1-
heraldic colors of tho flag. '
It is a raarH ot dlsrosriqct to--
allow tho flag to fy throughout.
A flag flown upsldo down Is
a signal ot distress.