WEEKLY EDITION the bend bulletin. ( v- VOL. XV. JIIOND, IIKHdlUTKH COUNTY, OHKGOS, Till ItHDAY, .lt'N'15 i!l, 1117 NO. 1(1 : V r i '0 H ti ' '' 'SETTLEMENT IS IJfliiM IDE COUNTYCOURTSAGREE ON TERMS. r- ipiiob County I'roiM-rly VmIuciI ut JHW,000 mid Debt Met nt gqtf.OOO Delinquent Tiu Jurlliti ItciimliiN I'lini'Mlid. (From Wednesday's Dully.) Kxaopl for tlio adjustment of spoo IhI ncooiiula, which must uwnlt audit Ing.'tho settloniMit between Doa rhutoa ntul Crook counties following tho division of Crook county wua amlt-nhly nrrnriKml by tlio county nurla of tho two comities on Mon day, All monition of tho courta ern present nt tho munllng, which waa held lit Prlnnvlllo, ami In uddl llon District Attorney H. II. Do Ar r Blond, of Deschutes county, to advise on legal question eonnected with tho settlement. To a largo oxtont tho business of Ihe settlement was made simple be cause of tho precedents set at the tunu of tho settlement between Crook noil Jefferson oounllea two ynara nro. Tim iiama valuation wm put oh tho county property a In 1916 r anil tho aamn general proredtirH fol lowed. Klghty-olglil thousand dol Inm wna tho figure net for the vuliio tf tho county building ami tho Crook county debt waa agreed to bo fi.000. Under tho division statui,- thn wholo debt la aaiutned by thn old county, which also rctnlua full tltln i to all proporty, Itnad machinery In Deschutes county hna been Inven toried nml will bn aold to Deschutes If n prlco can bo agreed upon. Whuth tr Crook or Deschutes will collect delinquent taxxua on proporty In Dim ?hutoa wna loft to tho district attor noya for settlement. An nudlt of thn aprclal nccounta -will bn'mndo toon and adjuatmcuta roudo based on It. ATHLETIC CLUB IN FAVOR OF A POOL I Prom Wednesday's Dally.) IIKND. Or . June 10 To the IMIIor: I send you harewith a quo tation from "DoniMtle KiiKlueerlng," on h subject of Interest to the people tit IIhiiiI. Tho llend Amntmir Ath letic club la working for thta, and If tho people bolleva In Jt thoy ahniild giro tho club their support. Tho quotation la aa follow: "Mtluontlng puplla In tlio value of personal cleanliness, aa a moana of propmtluK health and hygleuu, which lit turn stimulates nddml mental ef ficiency, tho Chicago Hoard of hduea tlnn la carrying out n policy In public rthool education which la proving a 4-onslruotlvo forco In tlio making of future citizens. "Other InrRO cllloa throughout the country hnvo adopted or nro adopting almllar pollclas lit thq ichomo of pop ular oducntlon for tho youiiK- I" Now York City much progress hna licon achieved along thla lino, and today wo find, beside tlio Indoor pools, thoao which havo boon cou jructod In tho opun, on achool roota unil within lnoloauroH with tho aky in a a canopy. -"unitary ongluccru and rcpro sentatlvca of tlio plumbing craft woro advocates of awlmmliiK poola in tho public uohoola youra beforp thoaq fa cilities woro IiibUiIIo.iI, mid today jnon of tho trade, nloni; with otlmr oltlxuiiH, uro Intoruatml In tho inovo-. muni to provldn all public adhoolH -with poola and not roatrlut thorn to tUa poorer mid llilckly populutml partH at tho city." OPPICHll. FARMERS WILL FORM RED CROSS AUXILIARY (Prom Wfldnnadny'8 Dally.) I'rellminarlea toward tho forma tion of un auxiliary to tuu Hand Chapter nt tho Hud Croaa wore taken yoatortlny nt tho f annul b' plculu hold nt th Krnntse hull. A number of nnplloatloiia wore U;noit to be aunt to tho local chnptor mid orKunlxatlou will tnke placo lator, Slxty-sovon .(IdllurH wiih fltibBorlbod to tho Hod Croaa fund. Aalde from enjoying ' tho good .things to oa provldgd by tho ludlou, Mlid ililQf, bualnoas of tho plonlo waa 'a HppukliiK program on which np- VMrml Ilov. II. 0. Porry, Hov. H. II. Allan. II. J. Ovorturf, A. Whlanant 'urul 8, h. Wiggins. County Agrl- AiitturnllBt U. A. lllanclinrd acted na roaator of coromoulea. NOW IN THE NAVY iamaiiaBHBHaVS .. " SaiiiiH Mnilcimnt ItiKiciKS Ilottnril, - V. H. S. Ono of tlio flrat from thla anc- tlou to ttullat In tlio navy InBt aprlnx waa Itoacoa Howard, of - DcRflhuti'B. Mr llowurd had had conaldurubto oxporlonro In naval atfalra, and waa appointed a lluutflnnnt In thn rvanrvo, later bulng ordnrud la nctlvo duty nt llromcrton, whoro ho la now atatloncd. AllltAMlliMKNTH CO.MI'l.liTi:!) IIV ihii'lty vauiii:n cvsstsa HAM IAWAL 1IAT(!IIKUY T) OI'KX A1MIUT JULY 1. (Prom Tucadny'a Dally.) That ho had arranged, while In Portland, for thn ahlpmont of GOO.OOC anwll trout from the atnto hntchnry at lloiiuavllla to tho Hand hatchery, waa RtaUiil .by John Cunnlnghnm. deputy gamn warden for thla dUtrlct thla morning. Mr. Cuhnlngbatu hna Juat returned from Portland whoro arrangemonta wero mndo with game official tor tho trauifor of tho trout fry to llmid. Tho llounovlllo trout will bo taken direct to tho local hntchory. from which thoy will later be distributed among tho atreuma and lakoa of Cen tral Oregon. Trout hatching at the local atatlon will begin about July 1. when 300. 000 apawn will be received from Odnll lake. Aa In former yaara, Pnrl l.ynea, of CrMwirtt. will be In eharge of the hatchery. Hevnnty thousand apuwn nhlppod In from Odell lako wero forwarded to llounovlllo thla morning on no count at thn Inability of tho Hond hfttchory to halidlo them thla early In tho acaaon, GRANGE WANTS ROD BNT EXTERMINATED ' (Frpm ThurHday'a Dally.) At tho but rogular meeting of tho Kegtorn 8nr Ojango. No. 482, reao- imlduaAvcro adopted coucornlng tho deatructlpn of ground aqulrrola and iioyoirol'. goplipri, an followa: 'Whercoa, the Pluto ground aqulr- rel nnd tho pocket gopher nro dam a.slng our orapi, and ,"VlierflS, "Viany . non-realdontB mako no utfort to naslnt ua In tholr ''Thetefore.die'HTcflolved, by Iat crn.fl.tar Ornngu No. -t8S, Patroua or Hualmndry.tbar-wo go on record na fnvnrfW the paaaago of n Stto Peat lw, compellliiR the compuliory pnlaourng of roil out peata similar to tho ono In forco In other a In ton hav ing aiich a law and which ban boon found sotlBfactory by tho Hlologlcal Survny ot tho, United Htatoa. "Ho l( further reaolvod that tho County ot DoBchutea be nskoil to upproprluto not loss than $1000 for poHt control next year. "Vo also rooomnuind tho . rat proofing of all public olovatora uud nil Storage for grain and almllar prodiiota. "Ilo It further reenlvad, that n oopy of tluwo reaolutlona be hbiU to tho nowapapev and to H. A. Ward, of ,tho U. 8. Hlologlcal Survey, and to tho Orugon 8tato Ornngus, now In BiBBlou nt Astoria, Oro. FIRST CAR OF WOOL GOES TO STANFIELD (Prom Thursdays Dally.) It. N. Btnnflold la tho purchaser ot tho first car of wool to bo ship pod thla year from Central Orugon. Tho flrat Bhlpmont comprlaoa 30,000 pounda, tho clips ot Murphy Uros. and Mlko Atigland . Tho wool goes to tho Columbia llnsln Wool Wnro hoti8 oCompany, of Portland, SMALLTROUTTO 6E SHIPPED IN FROM II. li TO BE EXEMPT GRADUATES ALLOWED TO TEACH. Htoto MtnmliiatldiiH for DcHcliutrM Tmrlirra to Ho Held In Hr'nil ....... ..-r-'.lk ljr.....l.....lf... ( .llll.l Ml'lf I,I1IIIIIH.1IIII Hclicdiilo Announriil. (Prom Prlday'a Dally.) Tho nine graduatua from tho tcachora' training courae of tho Hund high achool thla year will not bo re quired to take tho teacher examina tion for ono year, five year, and Ufa cortlflcatoa which will bo given In Hcnd, June 27, 28, 29 and 30, The graduates of thla department, according to J. Alton Thompion, county achool aiiperlntottdoiit, nro quallflod to teach for tho earning year. If aucceaaful their flrat year they may be again recommended by tho county auporlutoudent for an ad ditional year of touching before they will bo required to take the exam ination for atate certificate. Thoae who hold lire cortlflcatoa and grad uates ot tho atate normal achool do not have to take examination. Three of the high acboel graduate havo already secured schools for the coming year. Marie Hrostorhoua wit Itoaob music and act aa supply toaohor In tho llend city schools. Oorlrudo Reynolds will havo charge of tho lowor grades In Mctollut, Pratieca Thompson baa boon employ ed to teach the Young achool cast ot Hcnd. Kxamlnatloua for those whoso ccr tlflcatea hnvo expired will bo held In tho Hcnd high achool auditorium, June I7i 38. 39 and 30, for Deschutes county teachers. An average ot 76 will be required In 11 subjects for tho ono yar cortlflcatoa, an avorago of 86 In 1C subjects for tho flvo year permit, and an avorago of 86 In 24 aubjecta will be required .for lite certlfleatea. All grades which havo previously beou pawed with a grade of 00 per cent need not be taken again, according to Mr Thompson. The examination schedule hna bn announced aa followa: Wednesday, forenoon, U. 8. his tory, panmanahlp, drawing, tnusle; afternuoH. phyalalngy, reading, man ual training, composition, domwtlc nelenee. methods In reading, course of study for drawing, methods In arithmetic. Thursday forenoon, arithmetic, history ot education, psychology, methods In geocraphy, mechanical drawing, doniostle art. courae of study for domestic art; afternoon, grammar, geography, stenography, Aniorlcan literature, physics, type writing, methods In langunge, thaala for primary certificate. Prlday forenoon, theory and prao- ftlco, orthography, physical geogra phy, Kiigllah literature, ahomlatry, physical culture; afternoon, school law, geology, algebra, olvll govern ment. ftaturday foreuoou, seametry. bot any; afternoon, general 'history, bookkeeping. The President's THE WHITE HOUSE, May 25, 1917 "Innsmuch as our thoughts as a nation are now turned in united purpose toward the performance of the services and duties which we have assumed in the cause of liberty and justice; "Inasmuch as but a small proportion of our people can have the opportunity to serve upon the actual field of battle, but all men, women and children alike may serve and serve effectively by making it pos sible to care properly for those who do serve under arms at home and abroad; "And, inasmuch as the American Red Cross is the official rccognzicd agency for voluntary effort in behalf of the armed forces of the nation and for the administration of relief; "Therefore, by virtue of my authority as President of the United States, and as President of the Amer ican Red Cross, I, Woodvow Wilson, do hereby pro claim tho week beginning June 18, 1917, as Red Cross week, during which the people of the United States will be called upon to give generously and in a spirit of patriotic sacrifice for the support and mainten ance of this work of national need. "WOODROW WILSON." DIM! t OFF HI HAND THREE FINGERS ARE TORN AWAY. Minor lcr, of .Mllllruii, Injured In Kxpliwlon ComrM 2H Mile for Medical Altciillon llcnt HxpltMlrH ('jip In Hnnil. (Prom Saturday's Dally.) Pour dynamlto caps hold In tho hand of Klmor Dyer, of Mllllcan Val ley, exploded this morning, tearing away the thumb and all excopt tho little finger un his left hand. Tho accident occurred on tho home elood of Krnest Dyer, brother of tho Injured man, 28 miles eaat of Hond, at 0 o'clock thla morning. Dyor waa rushed to llend by automobllo and arrived at tho Hond Surgical hoa- pltal at 11:20. Ho la under the care of Dr. Couslneau. Dyor, who waa alone at tho time, waa throwing away seven dynamlto eapa that were left In the house from axeavatlen work on a well laat sum mer.' He had thrown three away, one at a time, and his brother plow ing In the field had heard the re ports, when the four remaining caps exploded from the heat ot Dyer's hand. Tho palm of Dyor'a loft hand Is being stitched togethor, and hla eyea, whloh are badly swollen, will prob ably be saved from permanent In Jury. Dyor'a face, arma and atoroach woro badly, but not seriously, torn In the explosion. Ilo is 23 years old. PINE TREE LUMBER CO. IS THE NAME CHOSEN A. J. Kwxiicrt la Prct.ldcnt-MniinKcr, AV. It. Wilkinson, Vlro Prctildnit, Prank Pctrnmn, Kccrctnry. (From Tueaday'a Dally.) The nanio ot tho firm of Gardnor Wtlklnaon Lumber Company baa been changed to the Pine Tree Lum ber Company, according to an an nouncement made today by A. J. Kroanert. president-manager of the new company. Under the terms of the artlclea of Incorporation the oth er officers are W. It. Wllklnaon. vie president, Prank Peterson, aaorotary. Mr. Kroenert waa formerly con nected with on Oregon lumber com pany - by tho same namo aa that aelactod for the local concern. DESCHUTES HAS 2123 SCHOOL CHILDREN (Prom Tuosday'a Dally.) That Deschutes county haa 2423 school children, to old Crook'" 114G, and will horeatter be entitled to over twice tho amount of atate achool funds that Is allowed Crook aouuty, was the statement of J. A. Thomp son, county achool superintendent, thla morning. Mr. Thompson waa In Prinevllle yeatvrday securing Daechutea county school records. Proclamation 60 SUPPOSED CUB BEAR I FOUND TO BE ADULT Animal Killed by Itnncli ifntid, Welulm Only i-'.t 1'otindi, Hut In Pull Grmvn. (Prom Wednesday') Dally.) What la said to bo a dosorl bear, wolghlng 26 pounda but full grown, and In appearance the same aa a rogular brown bear, exxcept for a smaller neck and a larger atotnacb, waa killed, Monday on the road be tween Klamath Palis and tho O. T. MoKondrco ranch, in the Paulina Mountains. The dwarf bear waa soared up a Juniper tree and allot by Dan Drlseoll, an employee of Mr. McKendree. Tho bear, which Is only 20 Inches long, waa believed to be a cub until after It had been shot and found to have hard paws and tooth, proving It to bo aevoral years old. Mr. Drls eoll ahot tho boar with a pistol and, not knowing Juat what kind of an animal ho had bagged, carried It homo in a pocket on hla pack horse. Tho only bear of thla known to havo been killed In Central Oregon waa ahot about flvo years ago In about tho same neighborhood aa tho ono found Monday. Mr. McKendree, although having heard of the dwarf boars, had never aecn ono bofore. Ho la in Hond and will send tho skin to a taxidermist. IS STILL BUSY PHINKVILLK ItAIMtOAD I1IU.NGH IIUHINKSH QUICK JOB DONK J-OH LOCAIj HAW MILIMANY OHDKIW- AHEAD. (Prom Wednesday's Dally.) ' Just as tho construction of the saw mills at Hond was thocausq,of bringing considerable business to tho country around the . town, Dend la now enjoying a llttlo extra business on account of tho construction of the now railroad from the main line to Prlncvlllo. Ono plcco of business came to Hcnd with tho tie contract obtained by B. P. Logan, and more la now being received 'by tho Hutfachmldt Dugan Iron Works, which has largo ordera in connection with tho rail road building. Por use In getting out their heavy oaatiuga the company haa Juat put in a crane. Of juat how much Importance the foundry la to Central Oregon waa shown by a ruahprder received at the Huftacbmldt-Dugan plant recent ly. The main wheel ot the log haul at the Gardner-Wilkinson mill, six inlloB from Uend, broke at 5 o'clock and an order waa put In that after noon tor replacement. The foundry turned out tho new whcol comploted at 6 o'clock Monday morning in tlmo to avoid n shut down at tho mill. Ordera are now In for the casting of ton tons ot gratings for Tho Shev-lln-IIIxon company. Six tons of boiler cnatlngs wero mado recently for tho same company. An order la also in for the casting ot wheels for new lumber trucks that are to be built at tho Gardner Wilkinson mill. Hutfachmldt & Dugan oatlmate their total output at tho Dend plant to be six tons a week. At thla rate they have, without any ostra work being received whatever, ordera which will keep them busy for tho next two months. Plvo men are em ployed. BEND AVINS 104 GAME FROM JEFFERSON Ten Hits Converted Into 10 ltuim by l.ocul Team at Culver Merrill CJUoii (JihmI Support. (From Monday '8 Dally.) Hand converted 10 lilts Into as many runs yesterday at Culver against the reorganized Joffcreon county aggregation and bgat tUa Jef feraonlans by a acoro of 10 to 1. The Mndras-Culver team being unnhU to convert their 11 hits Into a uumy scores, enabled Hend to bring horn the victory. Hend gave Merrill good support through moat ot tho game. Next Sunday Bond plays Priim vllle at PrlueviUe, and Jefremon county plays Shevlln-Hlxon at Band. Tho Jetforson County-Bond lineups yoaterday were aa follows: Bend Holliuahoad, rf; Morrill, p; Stover. 2bb; O. Johnson, o; O'Don uoll. It; Tolow, 3b; Lynch, aa; Baker, ct; I. Johnson, lb. Jettoraon County McOnee, If; Marlon, ss; Ovorhulso, c; MoKoiulo, 2b; Boring. P5 P. Wlegand, lb; Moad, 3Moad, 3b; Mooro cf; Carnea, rf. BEND BATTERY I FORMED P. R. BROOKS READY TO START WORK. r.s Ono Hundred anoTBcventj-'Mcii Need 1 for Organisation Ttiotm Join tag Not Subject to Draft, Hat nro for Pcdcrnl Service. (Prom Tuesday's Dally.) Returning, to town this morning, Philip Brooks, of Iho Pilot Hntto Inn, brought further information concerning tho formation of u bat tery of mountain artillery here, first reported In Tho Bulletin several weeks ago. Mr, Drooks haa been working on tho Idea during hla ab aonco and la now ready to proceed In oaao tho necessary men algnlfy their doalro to Join auch an organiza tion. According to Mr. Drooks, 170 men are needed for a mountain battery. They would enlist as members of the National Guard of Oregon, and as auch not be subject to draft. Tbcr would, however, be subject to trans' for to the Federal service. When called Into tho Federal service, they would go aa a unit, thereby getting the advantage of aervng together. If two batteries were formed In Deschutes county Dend would be come battalion headquarters. It is Mr. Brooks' expectation to Join the officers' training camp to open at the Presidio on August 27. but until then he Is ready to devote hla wholo time to tho development of the mountain battery, and In case almllar unita wero formed elsewhere In this section he would arrange to visit them regularly for training purposes. "Artillery is the crack branch ot the service," Mr. Drooks said this morning, "and men who Joined this battery here would be assured ot the best ot training. Uniforms and ordi nary equipment would be Issued as soon as the battery wore formed, and pay would bogln. Hecolpt ot guns would depend on tho Federal government." Any who are Interested In tho for mation ot such organization are urged to communicate with Mr, Brooks at ones. BULLETIN ON CEN TRAL OREGON FARMS lly It. A. Illuuclinrvl. (Prom Prlday'a Dally Bulletin) A recent bulletin from tho U. S. Department ot Agriculture should ba In tho hands of every Cry land far mer In Central Oregon. The bulletin la written by L. R. Drolthaupt, super intendent of the Harney Branch Ex periment Station, and deals with many of tho problems ot tho farmers ot the Great Baain. The publication takes up tho pro duction ot the email grains on non Irrigated farms, land between 4000 and 6000 elevation. It deals with the varieties, tillage, rotations and equipment needed, discussing it In a practical way. It deals with tho common peata sueh as sage rats and rabbits, together with the formulas for their successful poisoning. Every farmer who la thinking ot his business, ahould obtain ono of these bulletins. They are free for the aaklng and can be procured by addressing tho U. S. Department of. Agriculture, division ot publications. and aaklng for Farmers' Bulletin 300. "Oralus for tho Dry Lands ot Central Oregon." REPORT URGES ROAD Proposed1 Itoml Cllos lfusy G ratio to Slsterd. (Prom Tuesday's Daily.) Aa a result of an tlnveatigutlon made yesterday by viewers, n report will bs turned In to the county court urging this ensuing ot the proposed Daton rAd which begins at a point two in ties north ot Tuiualo and runs one and oa-fourih miles west. Tho proposed rad would open a new route and ottex an easier grade to those making the trip from Bend to Sisters. The board of viewers consisted of George S. Young. J. C. Thorpe and Prank May. Action on the now route will be taken at tho July -session ot tho county court. A board ot viewers coualstlns of Qoorgo 8. Young. Frod Wilson and A. F. Ramy Is today Investigating a proposed road to run from near tho. Bend brickyard to tho Tumalo roeer-Yoir.