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nn.vi), mkhciiutim rou.vrv, omwos, thihhimv, ai'opht hi, ni7
LAND BOARD TO
rnao m uhnhl :
NEW TUMALO PLAN TO
JiHK(Sl'()ff I.Timl Near Heiid .Mil)' AIo
, lltt WlllerCll, If ItetllinilMtlllllllloll
' or I'mhI .V. Wallace in Tup
Hl&itc lit Taken,
F,rotii Wodtinedrty'a Dally. 1
Mwrly In HeptHiuber, the IiMwrl
l.Hil Hoard will lm culled on in win-
i I or Hit advisability of substituting
t i'hiiiiI from the lioooliiitwi rlvftr to
Mm Tuinalo finl ettnnl limttwld of nli
(mptlng t cur, the leak which now
Met In part uf the Tiimalo Irrlga-
'Hi project roaarvHlr. Thin waa Hih
HIUIIDIIIirHlllMtt made I III HMH Hi till).
'.inmnial clHli liliiehomi hi lbs' PI- j
lm llutln Inn, by Fred K. Waller, j
Jeri engineer. Al irMnt. the!
'immwt of land In the TiiihaIo aeatlon
"Iih-li ran (hi Irrigated with the water
tillable ! about TlOu acres, liHt
riirilmllr all of Ihhi tract, with the
v-epllon of Bug acres ha boon, jold.
Nil hope of Immediate relief lit the
matter if curing Ike reeervtotr Jek
Mold out by the board tir'cfxJHrrta.
who have worked on the ittrvolr
Tor the btir purl nf the sumMMift and
ill need fur water, with heavy hind
Men. wade aecaaaary the um ekCre-
it etink for In first Unto tit Ike
history nf the project
l'iini'w ltil Curi
a form o( rvllof which will allow
'' Irrtitiin of nil th rnjbi lHHd!tb lllnoac of A lurae nnmbwr f la
n thH irmt, t)BKlNr' llHwP h vi
'-n run to pUk out HMAItibjrottta
' '. ranal tanplNK tint DmcrhIm tfrday atarbarl Alilw) Th con
NVIiIIk Uila mtKbt lUr on doprlvo motion of thu court wa thai ag Ab
m of th ('. O. I. liiHdn fNVnlr,
Mr. WalUro duo net billet that
Uila rnndltlona Woulil Mini ia. himi
. r th urxt 1 ymn. anil by that
t!m ho ha ovary tmaoh to think
i'il nut only would tho roaorrolr
4k bn rurl hwt th Untno I'ralrle
irH raaorrolr will ateo bo In op-
One ranal mule Ut. tt'lillac spoke
in nt favorably of. m oftortm a
iiturr for watorlni tftrgn tneU of
i gd oft landa In tba rlelglty ofuban HUjand ahw of finding car
li' ml. tn addition to prof Ming tfco ro-caaM of ahaap In an advanced eiane
i itifd nunbar of aera faot for tho,
i uialndor of tho Tuntalo land, Tbla.
. i. ml would tap tba river abowt tbreo
in ic, auovn nana anti cohio aMIly be
rude large enough to take rare of
i i" aurplua Aler. , j
t ItoMiU l)lnfiiml. I
Tl... balai... f (bo m.loa u
i v4h over to the dhtoHMio of rend !
i i:ier. c H lludaon crtt letting the
lm ut la in Pom roi Ui amh
'in and adrUtug that all Uend'a
iM.kliig go to tba Improvement or the
.M.iikviulii I'aae rood. M mora adapt
.iile to linprtivenonl, law dangaroM
ii nd richer in ooattle aHty.
I'nul t' OarrUnn. of the road com-
in' i ten. apoka partlcnlarly of tba lm-
)iiovininni of tho I .a IMne road which
. w II bo aiurti'd li the near future by
tho county court. He urged sleo that
M.imt action ba taken to remove loote
v.uka from the llendl'rlitavllla road.
a Mr. Wallace reported that petition!
t' tho. Uuwar llrldjja roula aje In,
mud will lm proMNiod to tba Bounty
aurt at Ita tint aoealen.
URGED TO ENLIST
fiit'i'KOiiiit DiiiIn HajH OppiiilunltloH fu
ClioliM of Hrrtlro HniuclioN Im
Oi enter In ItoKulur Anny.
(Kroin l-'rldny'a Dnlly.)
Uftoftiita ur the innuy rtjjwitlpus l)i
tho draft oxiunliintlon, the list of
hQHu to he ttwitqil for tho rjrst onll
Vw lm intuit lar;pr tliun waiint, first
xpuotod, u ml SerKonnl Clmrlojf Dnvjs,
reerultliiK offluor, ursctl todny (lint
men who nitty lm oIIrIIiIo, apply for
'iillHtiiiuiit In tho roKular army.
Ho dtwIaroH that opportuiiltloa for
advaiiHCiiuint as 111 ho Krontor, ntul tluit
tu addition rocrultH will hnvo tho
ibuiiuii of plokliiK tho liruuolioa or
aervloe wlIuh thoy profor. Tlila will
bdMuokliiK In th? NatlontilUrtny, h
FOUR YEAR OLD GIRL '
CLAIMED AS VICTIM
OK POLLUTED WATER
(From Wednesday Dally.)
Tin first death on ii khiI liy tliu
ilrliikliu: f piilluted witiur from I
Tiimalo Creak. In which sheep '
linvc Iihum hIIoh fit. occurred Inst
ii Ik It t when futir your old Violet
Hippy. ilniiKlilor of Mr. hihI Mm.
John V. Hippy. died hi Um Ilmiil
fltirglrnl Hospital nt 11 o'clock.
Twn of tint other Hippy children
nni nt (hit hospital unit urn In it
- erltlcnl condition, It Im mtmrtwU
InlMtliiHl trouble imiiihhI liy thu
- Itnpurit wntur, was given i iIih
ran of the chilli's lMtti.
Funeral servlraa Mill he (jbIiI
Ht 10:30 o'clock tomorrow
ihhthIhk from lli Nlfiwuucrr
uudurUikliiK prl(ir. Ittv V,'. C.
- Hlnwiirt, pNMtor of IIih MMtbAiltft
t'hurch, ofrirlntliiK lntmiit
will lm iimilc ut J'llot lliilttt riii-
KHIIT Tl ll.VS KIIICCI'.M.W MIOSI!
ON Ti:cil.NMI.ITV ITUTIIKU
HTKPH l'lMNMil TO MINI.MI.H
(1'riiin W'MlHMHUy'ii l)Mlly.)
Although Kred Abbey TMnml
I shwephorrfor. udmltiml runKtwif hl
IftorkH on tb bnk of th Hnftmwl
TNMNtht ditch. mmU NlthoHftH IhrM
pbralrUmi iMKirbMl that lb sbiwu
wr HMooMbtodty lh rii for the
pollution of tho watvr ri'aitltlHK In
' borr from dyoUr). JuatlM of tb
1'warf J ('. ThorpH. of Titmalo. ytw
Iwy bad HM act ii wily pUeml nhrrp In
(bn wuittr. It oOUld not be held fur
I'rtd N. Waluctt, of tho TnwhIo
Irrigation pntjoet. toatlflml a to ilia
4ioop IhoIiik ranKMl alonK tho dlth.
wbllK Dr. U. C. Ooo, Dr. J. U. Vando
vort and Dr. DwlKhl V. Miliar, of
lland, loattflad to bavin attandMt
tain it rtynml!-'. OHHaod by bad
water. Iiborara deriving their watar
aupply from tba atraam, laid of balog
of pvtrotartlon In tba craak.
Dlatrlrt A Horner II. II. Da Ar
mond waa lndlgut"over Ibr outtowa
uf the rae and may taku atepa to com
tlnui- the lnv-lKatlou.
DI AM 171 PI? QITPVKV
IN CENTRAL OREGON
I.KTTMt I HOM V.SlllCITO.
lU'lTKV TO OKOIKiH S. VOl'O
IMIO.MIHICH THAT (mVKUN.MKtfr
Wll.l. INDIiltTAKK N1CW K.VAJI
l..VTIO, IN Niail IT Tl UIC
(from Tueailay'a Dally )
Word Jiiet reoolvenl ham by ClaorKB
I. Y oil iik. of HtMid, from 8nler
OeorjiB I. Olmmliwlaln. hhmoimSW
that Iloyt 8. Unto, of Hie I'. S. ObP
lBtel atirvw, nvIII inaka a daUUtd
examination of tile Central Oregon
iiltrnte ilepiwlts. .Mr. dale haa made
inott or tho i;ovtrnnuuit nllrato ox
auiliintloii In recmit yoara.
The totter In Hlgnlfjltmtit In that It
mjwins tho reconsideration of it
HOiirlJon of this aeotlon wlrlch hail
provloiuly huen turuotl ifnwu liy the
Kovurmnant, ,a formur exniiiluatlim
r&jMiluim l)ivU)o,rfuiKil to oousldar
tiny or tlto iiitmto (luiiosita In Ova
koii. Tho mniter vn taken up t)irout;lt
tho notion or Mr. Young, who wroto
to fixator CluunliBrlaln, aakliiK that
n moro oxhuuutlvo oxamliuitlnn of the
Central OroKmi ooiuitry bo ninrie, na
tho formor Hiirvoy, ho clnliuu. waa
laokliiK In thor,ouKhiie;8.
A lettor wriUuu Souator Chamber
lain by tho ootltiK dlroctor of tho roo
loglont aurvoy, nnunuiiooa that the tU
nqalU will bo roooualiUiryd ns sopn
n Is i)rastloabl,,nltl!ou4iiHUJ wlift
tor omorgonoy oxamiiiatluns nro so
frogueitf aJlin Uim.Uli UUflnU
ditto can oo promlsud.
0 E: KILLS IF i
. . ... . l . I
$18 IS PAID, THOUGH
CROP IS NORMAL.
HIirrpiiH-n Cunt nn 1 llitatlly l l'ri-
ti'lt VuliH'il U'imiI ll(uirrrn In tint
Whiter .Moii- .Mfiilfa Itiihtil
mill (irnlii liny I,hn,
fl-'rom I'rtday'H Dally.)
HoaahliiK roooril prtfti,,Hlfalta hay
Is RdllfHK at 1 and 18 a ton, ilH
llvorml In llend. and 16 In the ntack,
a naln of III a tun over laet year's
lirlcon. TJih ylrfld on irrlKHtml laiuli
Is htmrler than usual, aVtrflKlnK tlfo
nnd one-halt tons to the aero, and
while thu dry land yield le approxU
tnntaly half that of 1 1 10. due to the
Ioiik dry Nmll, the lad that (hare
Is twtoe aa larKe an acreai;e of un
IrrlKtttwl land as that which was
tilled last year will brlnK the total
crop shorn the Normal, farmers de
clare. Kxhnrbltant price may be traced
directly to the fahnlous inma paM
early In the eumtner far wihiI. rnklHK
the sheep to a posttbm or real dlKnlty
hi a highly valuable aeeet. With tbla
In mind, sheep men have contracted a ui esse the load. According to her
large percentage of the hay grown M,u0ry, bar husband struck one of the
Central Oregon to Insure against win- j horses with the whip, and tba team
ler losses. Many farmers, however, (bolted, the front end of the wagon
predict that the coming cold saOHbox falling out. burling tba driver
will be In the form of an open winter. (B the ground. My the Unto ska could
following the two e4ooiu of HHua -
uatly heavy anew.
Utile Hurpliis Qii llaiiil,
Heavy purchases made by Willam
ette Valley and Tillamook dairymen
have left the country with practically
ho surplus from the litis crop, with
the exception of tba High DuMrt
far ma. where a relatively small ajuant
liy f1irrma1r.s.th9 rncrdalted Wise
of fodder and the demand which an ( wan held, and the body was brought
appreciation of tho high g'rado alfalfa H to the Xlswonger undertaking par
raised In Central Oregon has created, iters font night.
Is leading to Increased baling, and
many new machines are being put
into o point Ion.
USII TIioiikM Too lllgli.
(train hay. raised ehiafly In the
dry sections, will be a smaller crop
than nana I because of tba high prices
of eerea Island much which ordinarily
would ba rut bofort maturing, and
cured, will ba tbfUhed this (nil. Al
falfa will prort aa profitable a crop
as whaat. for oven after the tw cnu.t
wortb J71 an acre, valuable pastur
age will ba loft.
Some growers, It la reported, will
bold out tor $50 a ton. but buyers
are of the Opinion that this figure
will leave much still awnlttnc pur
ihsicrs by next spring.
Public Service Commission
Explains Advance in Rates
fPron Friday's Dallr.)
ALBM, Aug. 10 - (Special to Pef
Bnllfttn) In the following language
tba Public BerrU-e tomwtjmlon has. Whtlo the acreage actually Irrl
Itaued Its order (nennmrag tba watorj fIto4 varlftJ from yetr to ysmti ,hero
rain ou the .Hhssw Cwk lrrlgatoaj mr- upproxlmntely 7700 acrea In ifcls
project (row 3 cent (d W cjnU iff project subject to Irrigation ajid
aero foot: jl .TwMcb. iuSraioeWa rntat. should
Tba commission K&n esrafrflly f-Sw JrOiromvlSla ayatom. The
stnrod all U.pttlJMCh icta 4t--j econoMTdrfty oflvaier In this di
rioaod by lu liivcatbjatlui. and ndw, trCt u abfliu two cre feol Mr ,..
being fully idVlMli HKl&,llt tk.o u u, HI,,mrent at the outsat that the
value of tkfproperty orUhtppllcantl VU8 of t, rviw l0 the water user
used aud imeful lu the aervlce of thej , tha WWwure or the rata to
public wm on May 1, Jil7, the sum, (,a ojiarwl. Any rata duAlgHetl to
or $40,068:00. The term "value" le urarldo a lair rot urn unon the value
for rate making purposes, nnd 0f B'philorty devoted to this sor
ts derived from a special consider-) Vlo, would Ba fur axaued the ability
tlou for n particular purpose of le-. 0f tltta averag.user to pay that Its al
,inents relamnt wltou opnsMered In tomiitoil ImposlUou would roault in
tho light of such liartjoular purpose. the dlfwoiiUiiuauoe of the service by
Tli cttrtf nti Attn m tn 11 r t tills tii ti.. ..
a im ciiimiiv v'yisv4iiitts mo ,
oonitnlsston shall make allowance fur
i dopreolatlpn annuity In each rato
oiise, Aftor making due nllowanue
for depreciation coutliiBoncles. UW
sum or $-100.00 por annum Is deter"
rallied to hit a proper amount to bu
set" aside In a depreciation Mnd'to
koQp this property III 'a proper state
oj otflcleupy and to facllltatu prompt
rophioometit or deproclable property
and liiBitro continuity ot servloo. St)cU
mi iiinoiiiitrt aliill ho Bat, aslu aud
oiVrljdlii a depraeati0ii,rp8erye, nnd
mioli in nn (iv na shall bo nVallnula
flliftl), bufoio (ho deolarntloii otany
dlvldomls, bo carried Into a deprecia
HORSE'S KICK i
H. E. lIARSTON VICTIM
I'ullrt t'nilir HiMifM n Ten in llolte Up
(Jrnilo Near Hviiiih Itnncli Wlfn
. ( flail I'reiiKPiilllon of DIxiiMcr
' WIhhi Trip Kliirteil.
IT (frfltn .Monday's Dally.) '
Henry It. MrUn, well to do l'wrt-
n1 man who recently homeotaadwl
tba Band Itldgu aoetlun, was In-
slant ly killed at 'J o'cloek ytmtenlay
nierirtm? near tba C. U. Kvuim ranch.
17 tulles from here, when he fall
ffiyn bis wagon under the horses'
IfWfs. hia skull belnK crushed by a
kek from one of the animals. Mr.
Ma rat on was AS years of aire, and Is
survived by his wife and one son.
Toe latter arrived here tbla morning
t accompany the body back to Port
land. - Tba death was the result of a run-'
awa) which occurred as Mr. Marston;
was urging his horses to pull a rath
er difficult tirade. Ills wlfo bad been
riding with him, but had dismounted
rmch him, ha was dead, his baad
prusbed by the blow of a hoot ou tba
light temple The wheels of the wa
gon paased over his left arm.
Premonition Pelt. '
t Help waa summoned from the Kv-
ins ranch and County Physician
Wight K. Miller and Coroner Rimer
VlewonRor raaponded. The case was
W plainly ccldahtaVtmr 8 fH-aeafif0nef SmltH wMr ' 111 -ToWIifiir on!'9UB!t;WJt nrn-wnaia.wan more
Mr. and Mrs. Mars top had reached
fha Kvaus plae the night before.
I trAyaillag-irom Iland. and yesterday
Mts, Murffeu bad ob)-i-d strongly
M continuing tba Journey on Sunday,
feeling a premonition that bad for
tune was tn store for them.
ED. II. KEANE LEARNS
OF MOTHER'S DEATH
(From Monday's Dally.)
VjL H. Keapa, ot this city, has jtpt
raceMsniwJyaf ! daatk of his
mother, Mrv nicabafb Keane, ayml
. of Cleveland. Ohio. Death cam
aa the result of prostration during
the recant heat wave.
ltiou reaorve fund
nnd be expended
In tin manner
)ud by law.
and not other
ble orojps pn Uits irojeot conalst
prlnolpally or hay and grain, tho an
nual yield averaging approximately
two tons or hay and from 10 to 15
bushels of vwhwt, or SO to 35 bushels
of oats per acre. Hveu with the pres
ent (avorablo market prluoe, the rate
applied ror or $1.00 per acre root por
year would groatly curtail tho use or
water, and In many en sua probably
drjvp tho settler to dry farralnir. Such
a conditio! would. no,t only result In
disaster f0,r.tl6 company, ht wbuld,
-QUtajl mi ooonomlc loss which coulij.
(Continued ou last page.)
ED. LAMB TRANSFERS
SHEEP jND REALTY
Tom ronlii Is I'urclinwr of Our-
Third Interim Held by HtiKiUmnn
Idilri'inriil Not I'crniniicnt.
fProm Friday's tJalU-.)
Announcement of another sheep
sale was made tbbt meriting by Kl.
Itmb. who Is completfltf; the transfer
of his one-third Intafost In 400
ewes and lambs and a lflO-acre range
baae to Tom Crontn, Lake ami H ea
ch h ten county stock man. Tho -sbieratloN
was not given, but it la
NUderstoed that Mr. I,amb reeofvatl
a top notch price for his holdings.
Mr. Umb will not null the stofik
bualneae In Cantral Oregon, Ne stated,
but after a temporary retirement will
go back Into the game.
PRINEVILLE TO HAVE
A $6000 WAREHOUSE
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Preparing for the storing of the
fall crop, the Hedmond Warehouse
and Produce Co. will soon begin the
construction of a $0000 warehouse
building In Prlnevllte Lee A. Thomas
of Bend. Is the architect
so that every animal between the a
'of four months and two years, tli-
I'lXCKK PltlNT MKTIIO!) OF, hw , mfM ,u,rept.
CKI.MINAIi IDKNTIFICATIOX TO iblo to tba disease, may be render I
IlH IXSTAI.UJD HV IiKSt'lIUTllS'ImmaM. '
(From Friday's Dally.)
DeacbMtae county Is going to heap
lab on law Violators In the moot up- " nsT oi toe tu.ure spread ox
to-date manner. Sheriff Roberts.' " " w" a ""ring eo -with
the approval of the county court.! tittu"A rH""11' ot tllB wa,r
is InstAIIIng the finger print method T attention of the forestry off'.n
Of idaoHtlcatlon which Is rwroslMd; was flrat called to the danger existing
as the moat efficient method extant. !' Cra Pra,r, 8el,on ,as
When Judpi Uarnes and Commla-i wsk- when a t8tal of ,ea.th amonB
road business Tuesday, thoy consult -
Ml with the Multnomah oUlv
authorities, at Sheriff Roberts' ro- ","-" " lauaa' oul l",, 'rBO nuul
quest ami lnveaUgatel at first hand btr nTWtMa tk Pn of the for
tha thumb mark system. As a roault " ad CouBt- Agricultural.
the local offlclaU are all agreed the ! niancbanl was Mat for to make a
county should start' thji system akd,More xamlnaUon. He r.
the naceaaary wtulpmeAt, which Is of tBn,d r"a- f Crnnn Prair, .
alight cost, baa bean ordered and will taU,Mf thal dtat" wa pr-'""'"
be Installed by Mr Roberts. ' w- drialng wholesale ,a .
The system Involves the taking of c,a," " OMtloary measur.
finger prints of men arrested bore. I lllnoklcx Mst Mkoly.
Copies of tbeeo will' ba exchanged There la a chance. Mr Blanch, -I
with the Portland authorities nnd -. h "?ht b
others Interested. TWprtnU, wkfch a fom ot 0,ood Pa'. " -are
Impressed upon cards after the th,t no I"k" be uk'n
tips have bean coated with a aooelnl CraDe FnirW r'n,' "
tat prorUe nbaVuinlnntb, ' rith cn,ral ud ,u
od or IdenithcnUarrAty have been "ry office is droppinv even
rnMHri f.r mnM .rroi..t . .u ..'thing else ror the next fw days u
Various police centers maintain
libraries of the finger print cnMs.
ct was ariued here. for.
1 siMir be aeons-
i.M n unil hla kihI Im IhriUnWul
wherever he might be "wanted" to
ajwortaln Ms identity. Thus far only.
two counties in the state have in-
stalled tho modern method, and tke
forttand authorities are much
. ,K. .k ll l.l.l ,
taking bold of the matter.
$1100,000 (SKTS STATU SANCTION
UL'II.DINO OF DAM TO HUH.
OATK 2,OUO ACHIW NOW MADK
POSH I 111 jK.
(From Wodnosdoy'B Dully.)
,ALBM. Aug, t(Speclnl.)-,
Tho Irrigation SecimlTp oommlsslon
yesterday approval tUe $900,000
bond Issue tor the Ochooo irrigation
project, tho Issue being intomletl to
fluauoQ tho building ot n dam six
miles AUQVft PrliiveUle. which will
store 47,000 acre rest of water.
This, with the regular flow ot the
Ochooo, will Irrigate 22,000 acresot
the 35,000 acres In tho district.
Tho oimroval of tho bonds mukoftt
. . i . . . .i . ' t
t;ie.m Mailable aajOftuijias for trust
companies, "ban!?? and similar lnaTl-
tuttons ron UQj)6aUffronulted by:4Uio
CATTLE :WILL BE
IllnnklciC Ponrcil tut Crnric I'rnirio
I tit n no mill Authorities nro Willing
l Tokn So Clinnrr Flvo
Work on Sunlliitloii.
(From Wednesday's Dallr )
Working to forestall a possible
epidemic of blackleg among the rattlo
grazing en Crane Pralrlo, some I COO
bead In all, vaccination on a whole
sale scale will be commenced tomor
row by representatives of the I'pp
Doschut Cattle Aassoelation, and
employes of the Deschutes national
forest. Association representatives
who left this morning. II. K. Grimes,
M J5. Mayfleld, Leland Casey and
William Vandevert. carried wltu
them see doses of vaccine, while 300
more doeas have been sent for. For
estry men now at Crane Prairie. John
Kuhns. Burton Oney. Frank Childers
i and Ovkt Riley, will aid In rounding
up vrr head of stock en the rang. ,
'In constructing a chute and corral.
In the meantime, the rangers ar
burning the carcasses of the tew ca'
tle not abtaifcr dlaposad of, altminat-
('"" -" -
ouraM had D disposed Of at
0,:mlnat- apurc.. i.f danger and p
stoic loss to tne siskoieu.
' ''' '
AJntt Plrn-flnr! Jmm
. --r'-V1'-" v
Redmond has Heart
on the Right Side
, ' VlXA' X '
A I SOeillO U fti l iff at 'a ixmt u o
'J' ., T ' -"r. "T
" " . -..-".
place, eiamtning physicians d-
elded jfasierday when hid' tor
who halls from Redmond, tamo
up fo examination for the anm
draft. Redifar waa rejeite.l. -
' -- but lor other causes, the fait
- that -Jain blood circulation had
I -- headquarters In an unusual
I -- place not being deemed a rauso
for dutuiUsal by the examiners.
-- Pliyslclans saio that Indi-
- viduaU wearing' thslr beurts on --
the right side are extremely -
rare, and as far as Is known.
the ease of young Redtfer U --
only the second In the state -
-- since Ota examination ot re- -
erulU W'aa startod when war -
- was first declared. Sergeant -itCarles
Davis, In charge ot the
fcKruUiug tor the regular army. --
haa BetrriBtiLJil8sa,R" "
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