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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1917)
The bend bulletin.
III5NI), Dl.HCIIUTKH COUNTV, OHHOO.V, TIIIHHDAV, AVUVH'V V IIM7
LEVELS JlgVJBAL NEW
SrtiU'r Could 1W Hun TlirmiRli N'orlli
Vwial lilt" TuinuhMlWiyUlrli,
Hii Wnllnre niivtrMiiinil.
' Action I'luorrtlilif,
(From TliniwUy' Dallr.)
That work tuny bo ntnrtd ifalorn
!hx on tlm government Irrigation
.rtwrvolr nt Crnim Prairie I hint-
by tlm runiiliiR of a Mrlwi of
levels (rum tlm north cutinl dam to
th Tuiniilo feed enual assHMaluluK
tfc possibility of imlug water ob-
limd In tli In way hi tin IrrlKiiMoii or
Additional land In tlm Tuninlo Yleln
ll'. Tim work linn limn done during
th Iftflt rw day by Surveyor J. M.
Orlfffli. UMdVr tlm direction of FrAI
X Wallace, engineer for Hi Tuinalu
Mr. Wallace staled till Morning
'that as the r'osiTIl of IIih surveyors'
work It l now n certainty Hint the
pin n would li feasible, as a (nil (
t lut 14 ft ! prent In the threw
ad one-half mile Him betwwn the
north canal hiuI tlm Tumalo canal.
Thla lin ilHtiitiiiNtruttHl that' water
stored In a ('runt. I'ralrln reservoir
would lit available (or urt by con-
KrjHUiNK n vhort onnnoetlen.
The plan U oiih which was'hdvocat
3y Mr. Wallace In 1912, but which
Hut tliouKht practicable at thai
Ukih by oftlcInU nt tlm head of gov
rnmeHl survey. II explained thai
tbilH ha no Intimate oiinetlon
with Urn Invunllgatloii work Jut (In-
lined by II. M. I'arki ami. Ira Will
V lama, In regard to thtt powdMtty of
curing the leak In tlm Tuinrtlo reser
voir. A report by tbn luvlKatnr
n IliU phase o( tlm irrigation iia--Umh
In Central Oregon l not u petted
(or at least two week.
Site I- Vilified.
While he ha received nbifftrtal
Information (sliding to confirm lil
theory,, Mr. Wallace U of Urn belief
that government work may b started
n th Cran I'rairl rrvolr bfor
IodX, ami It thta belief whlrh
prompted th Hrvy Just completed.
"Tli Increasing Inlerrat whlrh the
ubjact of Irrigation la awakening,
utit to th frnwl situation, ami th fart
( th rcHt r(utal by th acervlary
f th Inlwlor of th palltloM MkliiK
4hl th rMrvlr all I thrown
npM to Hlry, Mr Wallaen MMhtnra
a IndlcNtlv that worR of th' kind
will In atartl noon.
JOHN STEIDL, JR., IS
i PROMOTED IN NAVY
(From Wednnadav'a Dallv.l
That hi non, John, Jr.. haa liwtn
sv4 proinottwl to th rank nf company
eomaniltr whlla In navhl trolntMi
wiiwp at Ht Ulaml, waa Ui word
rot'lvtl ytriUy by John Weld I, of
,ttNd. Th young oaraua now haa
rbarft of T aonil claaa aeanmn,
and bat apnolntil nil tlm potty of
ficer, lie Hiaiitloiied that for mm
of Uiom poaltloiu he haa uaml My
ron Powell, nUo a Hand hny. Tlm
poaltlon of company commnmUr car
rier with It a $S rata In pay, tlm
petty offilcerx reoalvlng 2 n mouth
wore tliiiu formerly.
illiic lining trauaforred to Mare
' ' Ulnild the rigor of the drill baa
, nbatml consldorably, and the boya
Kr now putting In on uu average of
thrao hours a day In thn ihlpynrda.
ijumbor of Ilond rocrulta are still
In thn hospital rcoovurlng from vup-
olnatlon, young Htaldl wrltoa.
FAIR WEATHER CITY
CLAIM IS MADE GOOD
(From Woduoaduy'a Dully.)
JUjild mudo good, hor olalm to bolug
Ul ? woalhor city last mouth, for
tho pfdulnl wonthcr rupprt (or the
lant fll days dIiowh a total of 20 clour
fl?Si; KloVon woro partly cloudy,
anil on only two dnya did rain (nil, n
traoo bolng rocordud on July lit,
with .10 of uu Inch on July 17.
Thunder atorms In tho ovoulnga on
July 14, 15,-10 mid 21 took placo. '
Tho bottom wouthor recorded wna
4in July 1C, whou n maximum of 100
tlcgroca wna rouchod, the mercury
dropping to 30 dogroca onrly in tho
morning o( July 20. Tho niouu tnnx
lnjuin (or tho month waa 89. C du
grooH. ntul tho mean minimum 47.3
Tlio,grmiio8t dally rat
ga -of torn
bit July 17ft
pn July 18.
3iflrdturo wna Cd'aqgro
And tho lonat rangowua
CROPS IS SUCCESS
ON COUNTY FARMS
(Trom Krliluy'a Dully.)
ThrniiRhoiit Crook nnil Dfinf liutoR
roiiiitlea tlmro linvo linoii iniiny fluid
dotnonatriitloini ntnrtod by County
AKrlctiltiirnllut llliinnhnrd, Tlmio
vnrloil im In tlm inot Important imciU
of tlm rotninunlly und coverod tint
tiioiit pnwultiK prohluniii. In tlm llvo
Monk Hoetloun, trliiln have licmn niado
with no in i) poronlHl i:rnwivi In tin
nttmnpt to ihxhI down tlm barren hill'
Kldim whlrh wrn onrn In natural
otothlnp; hut ovnr-Htiiokuil. In othor
pluiiiw n iloiHiiniitraOon waa rnadn
with tlm u hi of aulphur ORnliint ap
pllwitloiin of Kypilui, whlln otlmr anc
tloua worn trying out vurlotloa of bar
!)', ryo, whwat and oata that apnr
to Iih batter udiipltid to the tiondl
Tlm county KrlrtilaurHl!t la male
I UK a rcviw of tlm work tli l month
and fttida Krutlfylm; rault on every
hand. Moot notuworthy of all la tlm
aoinpurUon of tlm aprliiK ryo over tlm
ooiiiiiinu vnrMy grown, Whlln II Is
wirly y't for ylolda, on (lold ItiMpw
tlon tlmrn la n iiinrkot nilvnntuRo.
Wlmro tlm imp of aulphur haa boon
tried In thiHiii plota, n Hllght Inrrenso
la dlM'eruahlo. It la oxprrted that
tho Kfcond ruttliiK of alfalfa will ro
VfKil n morn prouoiinrod dlfforoticn.
It. K. (Irlmmi, of UhiiiI (IraiiK Mall
dlatrb't, la the larcoMt uaxr of sill
phur and rial inn big tblnga for It.
Tlmra am about 60 nmii co-oiHtrat-lug
with Dm roiinty agHiil'a offlco In
aaabitlHg la dviuouatrnto th us of
Imttor vnrltl'n und prnctlt-wi for
tlmlr cominuiilly. Tlmy will kenp
carotul rtMMinla and after barveat It
ia ttXHMH(Hl wim n valuablo Informa
tion will Iih obtalnnl for tho county.
Thin nittthnd of fluid dtnoutratlon
la rKardwl by tlm Dapartumnl of
Agrli-ultiirH aa tlm moat Important
work of the county agnnt ayalviu.
II attempta to solve tlm probbitna In
u praotiral way (or making (arming
SHOP IS RURNEI) BY
(From U'mlncmlay'i Pally.)
While vulcanizing a tire (n hla re
pair ahnp near Tuiualo ycaterday a(
loruooii, K. It, llrown Maa eallwl
away (or a (ew tulnutoa, and on re
turning to hla work found th build
log a m u of flnmea, fire having
apreail from the viilranlalng appara
tus Th n mount of the Iota haa not
TAI.K.VT AND .ltlKl'l WOIIK
ix iMtonrcTiox oi "guiiux
IWTIIHir OltlKNTAI. COS-
(PTom WtNliivwUr'a Iall,)
Appearing b(ur an appreclatlv
autUni at the now IlbHy Thwatr
laai ulght IoohI alniMra. udr th
direction o( Martin 10. Itoblnson. gov
a aplendlil Interpretation of the aacrwl
opiS "Queen Cthr." Thi rhhjt
charaatara In th protluetlou tok
tlmlr part, excellently, rhorua work
alumtMl faithful training, and the mil
ale, Hltlimigh difficult, waa woll linn
iIIimI. "Quean Hatlmr" waa given un
der the Himplo of the MotlioJUtt
church, und will be repeated tonlglit
nt the Liberty.
Special mention ahouUI be glvn
the work of Mra. F. Tliordaraon. lit
th leading roln of Kather, of Mra.
C. V. Sllvli. aa ereah, the wlf of
lhimiin, premier to Ahnminrua the
king, and of Charloa W. lfraklne and
Dr. H. 1). Kotahuin, In the respective
roles of Ahnsuorus and llnmnn. The
part of Monleonl, tho unole of Ksthor,
wus ably taken by aoorge Mclntyro.
Throughout tho opera the Oriental
atmosphere waa curofully sustained,
nud elnbomto costumes (urnlshed by
"Mr. Itoblnson, aided mutorlully In
tho effoctlvonoss of the production.
Others besides thosu already men
tioned who aldrd In tho success of tho
oporn, woro tho following: Mordocul'H
Rlstor, Illrdlo Howard; Prophotess,
Mrs. V. R. Frnncla; High Priest, F.
Thordarson; Ilegal, C. V. Hngsdnlo;
iModlnii Prlnaoss, Mrs. J. V. McDon
ald; I'orstan l'rlncosH, Mary I.iustor;
Borlho. F. 8. Frnnolsi lleggnr, Mrs.
Alice llouuerl Ilamnu'a Child, I.onmo
Thordarson; Chnplalu, Kings, guard.
Frod Lucas; Quoou'a Pngos, Born.
lJonsou, Noilrn Toomoyj King's Pag
os, Allco Stockman, Lola Whltmnrlt;
Quoou's Maids, Host flphlor; Myrtlo
t, Ilousou, lluth Caldwell, Mnrgnrot
Schroder; King's Ounrds, Hnrvoy Mc-
iuuxiu, iinroiu iunor. waio kikuib,
V. C. Stowart; KlnK'a.M.oldons, Mil
dred Kloln, Jnnloco Suopson, Nolllo
Losllo. qiuru Hogors, Gladys Sathcr,
Mabol Splilor, Pearl MTTlor.
FIVE YEAR OLD
HWHKTH I'OUNII I.N Ufl.NH Ol' IIO
Tllli IIKI-IKVHI) TO IIAVK
CAIJHKI) IIKATII OK O.NK AM)
IMiMWH TO OTIIHItM.
(Krmn Monday'a Dally.)
Kunaral aorrtcta ware halil at 9:30
o'clock yoatnlay morning (rem the
KlawmiKur undvrtakluK parlora, (or
(lv year old llrury Coullllard, hoii
of Mr. and Mra. M. J. Coulllurd, of
tills city, who died Raturday. Intor
mint waa inadn In I'llot Hutte cani
otory. I Although no oxaiHlnatlnn waa
' made, lymptouia attending the child's
I IIIumx load to tlm bello( union g
I phyalclana and othora that ilooth wna
tlm rf anil of outing poltoimd candy
I which tlm little ouo had found In
tho Mlllrlnw hotel, ilatroyoil liy tiro
laul wiMk. Tlm thmiry la advancml
that pobioua generated by tlm heat of
tlm (Ire wnr readily almorbml by tho
Acting I'ollce Chief Frank Kulp
cauaed the deadly sweuta to b dU
pid of Naturday uflcrnoon. and no
mora fatalltle havo been rcpnrtod,
although aeveral other children ar
III (rum eating tlm candy.
FIVE YEAR OLI) BOY
DIES THIS MORNING
I'uihtiiI KnliTH lii lli llrlil Tumor
riiiv for Hon of .Mr. noil Mih.
M. J. Ciiiillluril.
(From Saturday's Dally)
Funorul settle will be held at
fi:10 o'clock tomorrow inoriilng from
the Nlawonger Undertaking parlors
for five year old Henry Coulllard,
noil of Mr. nud Mr. M. J. Coulllard,
of this city, who died tbla morning
after a brief Illness. Digestive trouble
was the cause of death.
Ilurlal will b In Pilot Ilutte eem
BILLY SUNDAY TO
BE BARNES' GUEST
I'iiiniitiK ISvnugiilUt Acccptx liivltntloii
of Dcocliutc. County .liiilgo to
Try Trout Htreiiini.
(From Friday's Dally.)
In th pron of Hilly Sunday, leiid
v.111 ttntertaln a dUllngulaheil visitor
this summer. That la. Itend will Aa
It for H brief time, (or lh famous
rangelUt iMtoauli to mnl the great
er tart of hi tlm fishing Ih the lakes
and atroams of Central Orgon, with
County Judge W. I), ltara aa hla
guide. Th twn were college chunvs
and team mate at Northwestern uni
versity 21 years ago, and met for the
first time sine tlmy lft collage, at
the (lladstane Chautauipja tt few days
After meeting and In the course of
a long reminiscent chat which fol
lowed, Sunday mentioned hla love of
tugllng, anil J litis Ilarne promptly
Invited him to try the beat fishing
-truaws In the Stat. The vangallst
accept d aa promptly, hut was not
sure of the exact tlm when he v. ill
arrive In this city.
SAILOR IN SERVICE
John Lnllinm Write to Fatlmr in
lleiiil. DoclarliiR Ho Will lluvo In
trreMli!c Stint In Itelati.
(From Woduemtay'a Dally.)
"Somuwhoro In Franoa" Is hh In
detiulto nddross. but "somewhere in
tho world" is tho nddresi that John
Latham uses In writing to hit father.
Harrison Latham, of this U. Young
Latham la In uotlve Borvlco In the
U. 8 unvy'i bolng ouo of the first
Ilerid boys to enlist, und his com
muuleatlouH now come with no ad
dress and no postmark, an thut no
Inkling of tho whorunbouts of tho
fleet may roach tho enemy.
In a lettor rcculved last night
Latham Informed hla father that ho
would huvo some vory Interesting
things to toll when ho Is nt liberty
to talk. At proHout, however, ho
writes only In generalities.
MISS DOWNS MARRIES
(From Woduo8dny'a Dally.)
Gui'da have boon received in Bend
announcing tho marriage in linker,
Oregon, on Monday, of Miss Margaret
Downs to Dr. August Loo Holuo. Thoy
uro to muko their homo In Boise,
Idaho, uftor October 1.
MIbb Downs taught in tho Bend
schools (or tho past two yoora. bolng
principal of tho Held school last year.
Her roalgnntlon waa received by tho
board a short time ago.
TAKES Br FIRE
CIIAUMtS .NKLHO.V DIHH AH ItH-
Hl'lr F IIL'HXH AXI) HMOKi:,
AVIIKX (MUflllT IX FLASIHH AT
(From Wwlnwtdoy Daily.)
Aa the second victim of tho Mill
view hntol tire of .Monday night last
week, Charles Nelson, aged 21 yours,
died yesterday at tlm Hand hospital
aa the Indirect result of aevere burns
and Inhalation of smoke. Congestion
of the lungs developed Into ptteu
motiU, and during the last two days
llltlo hope waa entertained.
The body was taken this morning
lo Kallspel, Montana, (or burial, Mrs.
Nelson accompanying tho remains.
Following the funeral, she will go
to Ilakur, where she resided before
her marriage. Mr. Nelson Is survived
by his mother, who lives at Kallspel,
and his father, now In Vancouver,
Th Injuries which yesterday
proved fatal were received a(ter Nel
son bad reached safety outside the
burning building. Hushing back Into
the (lames (or valuables be had led
In hla room, be received bad burns
about the head, back and arms.
The (Irst death to o-cur aa the re
sult of the (Ire came Saturday, when
five-year-old Henry Coulllard died as
the result of eating catidy found In
the ruins and thought to have ab
sorbed poisonous substance general
ed by the heat.
FROM DRAFT BOARD
Hxniulnlns I'li)f.lclun I'linHling to
Canri'l Kllglblllty to Servo In
Army K Conscript cil.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Details he himself la roglstored
.for the army draft and because sor
vim on a county draft board would
cancel his eligibility for conscription.
Dr. Dwlght F. Miller resigned from
his position, he announced this morn
lug. Ills resignation has been ac
cepted by the other members of the
board, Sheriff S. K. Itoberts, chair
man, andJCeuHty Clerk J. H. Itaner,
aftJ Dr. T). Farrell appointed to till
BIG FISH HOOKED
AT CRANE PRAIRIE
(From Monday's Dally.)
Thai Crane Pralrm I still one of
the bt fishing place In easy reach
of Hand, tt'oluimejl'by ICd. Swalley
and K. C. Landlngham. who returned
last night with 19 big redsldea and
a Dolly Varden 32 Inrhee long. The
Dolly was hook ml by Mr. Swalley.
ON NEW BOARD
ItliCOOXITIOX OF lUCND'.H IXIU'S
TRIAL 1MPOUTANC1. WAXTKD
HV ItOOHTHRH FINANCIAL Rli
POUT XKXT WliKK.
(Frouij Wednesday's Daily.)
BellovingUhat Bond should be rep
resented beoiiuso of Its Industrial im
portance Ih the state, on the labor
conciliation board whloh Governor
Jumos Wlthycombo la planning to ap
point, tho Commercial club at ita
weekly mooting at tho Pilot Butto
Inn today authorized the writing of
n lottor to tho gnvornor urging tho
naming of a local man, preferably
somo one In direct touch with tho
lumber trndo hero.
President Floyd Dement an
nounced that tho financial report of
the club, will bo given at tho next
mooting, and askod that a representa
tive turnout bo prosont at that tlmo.
On noxt Wednesday, tho. matter of
suspending club luncheons (or tho
balance of tho summer will also bo
Manager H. J. Ovorturf road a let
tor from tho Oregon State Motor as
sociation stating that 60 members of
tho organization will visit Bond soma
tlmo this month, and asking that in
formation as to routos and points ot
Intorost in Central Oregon be pre
pared for thorn on the remainder of
tholr tour. An Informal discussion
as to tho entertainment of tho visitors,
HORSES DIE FR&M:
i H. H. Cniviforil, Culver Iliiiiclii'r, Lowe
Hit Anlrinilt Hxmiiltmtloii of
tFrom Tuosdny'a Daily.)
A report has come to tll& Ofiunty
agriculturalist's office of a recur
reneo of the disease knpwn among"!
veterinarians an LuplnoSTs. M. S. S.
Crawford, of Culver, In a personal
call on Mr. Illanchard at Itedmom!,
(ar asalsetue had already lost six
of his work horses from becoming
poisoned by the .lupine plant In hfs
The disease waa first nottetul by
the official veterinarians of the state
I.. tnil u.l. mm l.tilU.lln.1 u.n
madTto dlmth. "" Af
careful examination, ol In lea I dlag
nrwbi and experimentation," death of
the horses was attributed to the
lupine plant, which la common in
many pastures In Kastern Oregon.
Lupine Is one of the six poisonous
woods of the state. It Is often called
wild boon, blue pea, blue bean. Qua
ker's bonnet, etc. Sometimes it is
mistaken (or "Loco" and called rattle
woed. While the exact poisoning
agent la not understood. It is thought
to be In the seed, and experiments
show that much of Its virulence var
ies with the climatic conditions In
certain years. Since the plant be
longs to the Legumlnosae family,
there Is a sort of immunity developed
In animals eating alfalfa.
Like most poisonous plants, cure
are unreliable. After treatment of
carbolic acid and salt, one ounce to
.the pound (or ailing horses, or a
thorough treatment of artificial
Carlsbad salts, with a course of raw
Unseed or parafflne oil Is recom
mended by the state veterinarian's
office. In Montana where this plant
causes much trouble, the large stock
men employ mon In the spring, us
ually In May or June, to cut off all
"Loco" and lupine plants (rum tho
Profiting (rom Mr. Crawford's ex
perience. It would be well to examine
pasture whore horses are being run.
Anyone wanting the latest Informa
tion should write for the Second Bl
onnlal Itoport of tho Oregon State
Livestock Sanitary Board.
EXPERT ON GRAZING
. COMMENCES LABORS
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Commencing work which may take
the better part o fit wo ycarSjVJQhn
I Kubmi. newly attached to' tliWDtt-
chute National Forostlfield tqrM a
grazing expert, left thl morning for
Crane Prairie, to Investigate graslng
conditions and ascertain methods of
increasing th carrying capacity ofi
Supervisor Hastings I of the opin
ion that th number of stock grazing
within the limits of the Deschutw
National Forest can be, inarentai ap
proximately SO per cent with proper
range management. This on a con
servative ostlmate, would mean an
increase Ir values of at least $2S0,
000, Mr. Hastings states.
DRAFT LISTS WILL
. BE HERE THURSDAY
(From Wednesday's DuT.)
The official list of draft numbers
ocrlptlon board tomorrW. according! JJT. DISTRICT
to a telegram received this afternoon j PETITIONS NOW OUT
by Sheriff S. K. Roberta from the ot-
flc ot the adjutant general. The (From Friday's Daily)
board is urged to act with the utmost ) With the completion of tlm peti
qutekneas in seeding out notices. The: tlons seeking the organisation of art
local list will not bo compiled until I irrigation district comprising the sold
two days after the receipt ot the gen-1 lands ot the C. O. I. company, clrcu
ernl list. Miss Kleanor Whltraore. lation ot petition blanks .s begun
deputx county clerk, announced this late yesterday afternoon. J. Alton
afternoon. Thompson Is In charge ot the work.
Whiskey, not Bitters, Causes
Inebriety, Assert Druggists
(From Saturday's Dally)
That stomach bitters alo bolng
used as a shield by many Inebriates
who aro actually purchasing and
drinking whiskey, is the declaration
ot local druggists, who objoct to be
ing blamed for drunkonnoss In Bond.
It is asserted that whllo blttors may
have boon uaod at times tor bovorage
purposes slnco tho bono dry law went
Into otfect, that a majority ot tho
doteudanta who toll tho court that an
allogod stomach remedy was tho
causo ot tholr trouble have In reality
boon sampling bonded goods. Liquor
Is bolng brought Into the city in con
siderable quantities and can ho read
ily obtained, pharmacists contend,
"Drunks have quickly loarnod that
tho law will torco thorn to tell
whore thoy secured whlskoy or other
liquors, It. lias no such authority In
regard to bitters," a prominent drug
glsl'ass'brteTlast night. "Iu conso
.XL'MUKU OF OPKUATOHH WOIIK
IXO IX MAY, 1010, IH Tltll'IiKI),
.MA NAG Hit J. L. OAITHHU AN
NOUNCBS. (From Bflturday's Daily.)
ShowlRg tne growth of the tele
phone business lit De'nd In lesa than
16 months, was the statement mado
this morning by Manager J. L.
Oalther of the local exchange, that
three times the number of girls am
uiuii wan me cme on imuj i, iyi,
when he took charge of affairs here
He Intimated that use could be found
(or more. A year ago In May, one
girl was kept more or less busy, and
today three operators are kopt on'
the Jump every minute.
The telephone company has Just
completed the installation of a toll
section on the switchboard, making;
possible tho using of a third girl
who has exclusive charge of toll com
munications, leaving the other two
tree for local work.
OFFERS NEW OUTLET
FOR LOCAL PRODUCE
PnxlurtM Itulc In Central Oregon
AVIII ILno First Chance at Mar
ket Wlilcli Open Tliumbiy.
(From Tuesday's Datlvl
Offering ranchers In the vicinity or
Bend a chance to dispose of their
produce though a local agent rath
er than str.M.ng to Portland to awau
the aotlvity of the coast mirkots.
Bon F. Rosoman, who will opei bis
produce store on Wall street Tnurs
clay morning of this week, will hand!
both wholesale as well as retail bus
iness, he stated this morning. Mr.
Roseman will secure as much as pos
sible of his wares (or retail purpose
from farmers In this vicinity, no de
clared. He believes that by so doing
much waste can bo prevented, bottt
to producer and consumer.
Mr. Roieman's establishment will
make a specialty of fish, both fresh
and cured, all kinds of sea foods, and
will carry a large line of cured meats,
canned goods, fancy poultry, butter,
eggs, vegetables and fruits.
BEND WAR GARDENS
NIPPED BY FROST
Mercury Sank to 0 Dcsrce Satur-
lay Night Cold More Severe
Than In Country' Around.
(From Monday's Daily.)
Gardens throughout Bend suffered
fbeavlty Saturday alght. whmdue
vere frost nipped many of the -plants
In preparedness garden. Tho 'offic
ial therraametor showed a minimum
degree. While the lowering of tem
perature was general, actual frost
was much more severe In Bend than
In the country surrounding, aecord
lug to reports received today.
Last night the mercury kept well
away from the danger mark, regis
taring a minimum of 41 degrees.
quont'e. tho chance Is protty strong
that whenever a man Is taken Into
custody he attributes his fall to blt
tors, whethor It was forty-rod or
throe star that did tho work.
"The druggists ot Baud have on
doavorod from tho outsot to llvo up
to the spirit ot tho prohibition law
Wo havo the legal privilege of selling
malt extracts, which aro virtually fivu
por cent boors, but we havo strictly
avoided this, although thoro would
undoubtedly bo n big domand. As
far as bitters are concerned, wo have
usod tho utmost care to sell to no ono
whom we suspected of purchasing for
other than medicinal purposes. Boot
loggers' VhlaVoy should bo blamed
tor what, drunkenness, there; Is In
Bond, rather tnnV proprietary med
icines."' ' '
A ;The statement Is representative, of
ino'opimon ueiu oy tocai poarmactsis.