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The bend bulletin.
IIHNI), IWHCHUTHH :OlNTV, OHHUOS, 'I III ItHDAV, ( TOISim M, IH17
SUPREME COURT SAYS
I INITIATIVE SUCCEEDS
Itirt'lhl" MihIhk or dimity Hrnt Friuii
.MiulriiH in t'ultrr on Ni'H Yrur'a
I lay. Virtually Upheld It)
BALKM. Oct. . (Special la The
HilUtln.) '! Supreme Court to
ft y handed down a rencrlpi holding
ihat Madrea I the PONHtr ml of
Jrfferenn county nil declaring Igel
iii vnt by wklek tk location of tke
niw rouiity seal of tkat rounty wm
My tk dnctalou of tke Supra
'iHrt there Mm bean hn4gkt to an
end one of tho moM bitterly fought
-uHnly mm( coaleet aver known In
Oregon, and th ally of Madras I
fund to b legally entitled to th
hunor which It fait wmi unjustly
i niched from It mi the division of
the romity In I DM
limn th action ttf th hUImhih of
Madras, taken lut Jw Yeur's Day.
tn remove the rounty prpJty from
Culver, to the Ummrslrf.tUNt2' Mat,
l In pffTi eppremnl.
Th ItM dlrtaion movement In
'rook roualy, ooMprwlag what la
ii the count In of Crook, Jafferaon
iiil Desrhutea, bad Ita origin In
Madras and lb paopl of tkat town
i xik th leading part In tka camnalita
i r dlvlalon. ihiiing tka caapalta
ilia qoMilon of tka loaatlon of tka
nuiitv aaat waa. by mataal ronafnt,
U'pt In th- barkRruund, Calvar and
Metiiliua working with Madraa for'aecied with the He nil liard(tr rnm
l'viatun tint. ! pany, the couple will mak tlnlr
Dlkttnt. Iihm DrawH.fHil, home hnr
When dlriatoa carried, the county
a at Ueallon became uppermoet and
nt a convention bald In MetoMue men'
iCunilniird n lut paae I
,' FIXES PIES
ON H LOIS
. It. KlidUCY, (ll' SPOKANIf,
l'UCIOH VAMATHIN I'ltDI'.
Kit rv ntici'Ait.vrnitv to mcmi.
l. (IOVItll.VMII.VI' I'l'NDH.
(I'rnui ThurHilny'H Unity.)
I'licai urn tiatiiK eatulillahed Hil
maxttnuma fixed fur tha plimlng nt
Xwlarat govaruniont farm Imtua In
nemliutea county undir tha new not.
C. H. KkIo)', of Rpukunu, uinntor of
tha WimhliiKton atuta KruiiKO, mnl
placer for Kovurniiient farm lonim,
)ih licon In thin torrltory hIiiuq Mon
day HttanilliiK the vnlimttnii. As noon
n thin work Ih nnnipluto tho four or
flvo farm loan nmioulntlnua for mod
ivnr llouil may rcuulvo thu Kovuru
nient fiiuiU, poHBllily within u vory
Karinora In tho llouil itlHtrlut (U-
a'rliiK to tnko uitvantUKi) n( thonu
jf nlioulil npply to JiiiIkc II, 0. Mllla, of
Donil, F. N. Wnlloco or Muliurt Hcok-
Mr. K(iluy Bayii ho liua found n
licttur condition horn than wuh mitt
ipntod, us tho lainla nro tiattor r.n.l
inoro produutlvo. "I huva found that
thuy urn no well adapted to thu grow.
InK of alfalfa ami stock raising," ho
Mid, "that I hollovo thin could ho
devolopoil Into a first class dairy
Mr. Koh'loy lias apont sovoral days
jit Tumnlo, Plnlnvlow and Clovurdalo
Mid will uwalt furthor ordora from
itlo govoriunont whpn roportB on
tnoHO dlatr'.cta tiro complete.
UEND MAN INJURED
IN WRECK OK AUTO!
Cur l.oxr Wheel on Tiiitmlo lloiul,
jimiI A, WliUiiinit N limit) Hlnlii'(l
Ii) llniki'ii U'lliiMilelil.
(From TiiHfiilHy'n Dully.)
A WhleNaiit, of ihl city, suu'.aliied
it liiiill)' slnahed wrist yiwtenluy titttr-
noon wIimii Hi unto In which Iih,wh
rlilliiK l(Mt a (rout wheel and slnppwd
suddenly. Mr. WhUwuit tkritat nut
hU liniul to avoid being pitched from
Iho uur, unit hU arm went through
the wlndshlold. Four others, hostile
tint ilrlvor, Andrew MwImihii, wero In
din machine wIihii the accident oe
current, Itnt noni of them wn hurt.
TIim Injured man was brought hnck
to IIhiiiI, given liroinpt treatment, and
taken tn tho llouil hospltul, being
Inter tnkoit 4.0 tilt honiH, where Iih li
reported tn Iih entirely nut nt danger.
Tht accident took place when nflerJ
Hurtling nut tu avoid n wagon, tlm
rur took tht) roiid nK.atii, tlm wheel
rollliiK off almost nt Uih Mum time.
The auto was hudly smashed.
J JEN I) MAN ENROLLED
IN NAVAL RESERVE
M'rnin MiiHday'H l)Mlly.)
KumpII II. Wallur-, of thla rlty, bat
bean enrol ltd In tb naral r-4nra.
accord Ink to word racatvad from htm
tbto mornlNK. IHa hppllralloN for tba
radio wrv'.ca of tkat braNck wu ar
captad hhi time rt, and after lab
Ink a aarond examination at Brem
erton. Salnrday mornlnn. be waa
plaeetl In tba aerrlea a aubjeet to
twit, lie la Hnaartaln aa to when be
will We called for acttre dnty.
COt'.VlV COUItT IUJ8V.
tl'rnin TuMHlay'a Ihtlly.)
County court buatHaea awompllabed
yeiterdny after noon conHlad In tba
li'Mlnir ii f IIih Imu far the Dee-
At tke "'""jehutH, Invaatment romjtany bulid-
Ink. apprtivlMK the appointment of
Prank May deputy eonnty aurveyor
and approrlHK tha apttroprtatloH of
Uoy.lMI fer tbe ThhwUi fair. ....
a. Hciui.i.i.vtj vi:ik.
(Prow Wedneaday'a Dally.)
Arthur Vbllllag anrprtad bla
frlenda yraterday by returnlDi from
a trip to tba Wlllanetla Valley wUk
hla bride. Mlaa Paarl Palker. who waa
formerly employed la tka Wrtsbt Ho
tel Th- ronple ytr married rwent-
ly at iMltaa. Aa Mr. Ahllllna ! ron-
ftSK LOCAL 1
I.IUl.inV I.DAN COMMITTING
CA 1AM MHuTINO WILL HltlNdi
(Prom Tuamly' Dally.)
Initiating the secontl Liberty Loun
bouil drive In Hand, C. . KhiUnmi,
iilitUrmmi of tha local committee lit
charge of thu movement, Iwuwl u sail
today fur n mcetliiK of tlio eomitilt.
tee tuamburs to foriuulata plans fur
the sale of Kovarnmunt imper In Head
and vicinity. Alrtxidy the matter of
itUpnsliiK of tha war lunula hna beau
tnkon up with tho lumtior milts hero
UHit Mr. Hudson urgB that as Urge
nu nmount of Undo Sam's aeourltlos
bu puruhuRod huro aa poaalblo.
Mr. Huilaou la In oommiintcntlon
with C. C. Chapman, nun of tho atatn
loailom In tlio' l.lliorty Loan dilvo,
unit na n result haa boon offorod
spnaJora to oxplatu tlio nood tor moro
novoriimout fiiiula, In tho light of tho
proaunt Intoruutlouut sltiiutton. Moot.
Inga will probably bo hold lioro In
tho near tuturo, and llond In turn la
holng nakod to turn In tho namua of
avollablo sponkors to work In other
oHIob In tho atuto.
Mr. Hudson montlonod that tho
First National Dunk, of which ho Is
prosldont, hna aubsorlhoil to 10000
worth of tho bonds, and Is ready to
not aa tho Kovornmont'a agent In soil
Jug tho war loan socurlttos, on tho
part paymont plan. l'r tho next UO
days tho bank standa ready to loan
up to 00 por cont of tho faco valuo on
WITHDRAWAL NOT YET
ltcnltdiiitlon of Counly ('ominlkxIoiM'i'
In Htlll to t'oiiii' Mifoto Com I
Illi Hnrri'j.oor Not Tlioulit
of, Ha)h .luiluo HtiriH-w,
(Krnm Friday's Dally.)
CnmlnK hm th first elwuiKe In tha
Deeehuta mniuty Kovarnmeut slnaa
Its orKaMlraljflH Inat wiHtur, Is tbe
roslKNatlou of A. I.. Maeklntoah from
hla poeltlan ms commleeloner. Ilu
mora that Mr. MaaklnUMb might
withdraw hecauae of tha heavy de
mand made on hla time, have bean
current for some time, and It waa
definitely learned today tkat bla
reelgnatlon baa been Informally ten
dered, sanction of bla withdrawal
cannot be given until a formal raalg
nation baa bean presented, on wblrb
tba county court may officially act.
County Judge Uarnea was Inter
rlewed today aa to tba change, bat
waa unwilling to make any definite
atatement. lie declared, however,
that no official cognisance of Mr.
.Mackintosh' withdrawal has bean
takan by the court, and tkat the mat
tar of a surceeeor bad not aa yet bean
MRS. W. R. SANDFORD
CLAIMED IJY DEATH
(from Thursday's Dally.)
Mr. W. K. Sandford yeaterday af-tawnnHweimhH-te)aratr
loav IllNeae. Ska waa originally from
tka atate of Waablngton and came tn
laat Tuesday from Prlngle Kalla.
where aba bad bean living the paat
two months. Ska was taken to tke
Bend BurgVil Hosplul for
ment. but did not Improve. Her hue- Lava Butte. Frank May. who la In making their home bare will total
band and daughter at Prlngie Kalla charge of tka work, waa tn I'rlnerill SO. since the addition of tka awitck
are tba only relative In tkla section yeaterday and leaaed from Crook' Ing crew of clgki.? PauatfeallyV-all of
o me country. The funeral .ll b"
Deschutes County to Aid
in Fighting World Famine
Says Food Administrator
l) II. C. HMHruHft,
(Pood Administrator for Deschutes
Th world is facing a food famine.
Tho reason for such a danger t
foaind III tba fact tkat T0.000.000 pro-
dacers hare been withdrawn from the
work (f producing and nave been put
to lb work of deatroytug war.
Some have said, "U'e can whip
Germany by starring her." That Is'
(alee and Impossible. Wkou war was
declared three yuan ago, Germany i
was four-rlfih aelf-aupportlng lu
food stuffs. For SO yearn prior she!
uaed no unskilled labor hut suck as
an shu Imported, audi Imported la-'anyhow. IHa earn weal Instead of
lior was allowed to ramain only one, white flour. Make up the deficiency
year In the empire. Tn her own power! by tbe use of rye flour. 8AVK YOUIl
of Hiipporl she has nilded the whale of WHIGAT AND ITS I'HODUCTS.
llelKluin, Northern FrHnce. Itusslnu "FOOD WILL WIN'TTUCVaU," said
I'nliind, the moat fertlui valley In tho Mr. Hoover. "Da your bit," and aava
world, tho Vnllwy of th Danube, and,
Rnrbln. For the cultivation of these
lamia aha liua millions of war prla
uiiara who must eltlmr work or starve.
Tho Inhabitants of these lauda will
stnrvo ao fur a Germany Is con.
corned, unloaa tha rest or the world
foods them. In augur and man-power
alone, do wo have the advantage of'
our ouomy. It tnkoa 40 grama of
sugar dally to keep tho body healthy,
Germany la using US grama nt the
prosont tlmo and will drop to 19
grams In n low months. Tho result
will ho dlsonso and pestilence.
Our ullloa nood wheat, moat and
sugar. Tholr torrltory allows a wlioat
shortage of 577,000,000 bushels this
yoar, with tho crops or Franco, Kng
luud and Argentina a failure. They
have loss than half tho wheat noedod
aa compared with tholr annual con
sumption. In other words thoro la a
ahortago of 577,000,000 buahols,
against which tho United States and
Canada can place the tr surplus of
or m jury
No Inli'iil In Vlolulo Uiw nt I'llot
Hullo 0MnliiKi I" 0iluloii ON
flciii I'nivMcil for the (.'otiiity
Arc I'oiiml HulNfnclory.
(From Wmlnosiiny's Dally.)
A repurt of the work accomplished
by the Kraud Jury was prasonted
JuilKe T. K. J. Duffy In the circuit
ooiirt yeaterday afternoon wheu tha
former Itody had completed Ha In
vestigation. A'.lhough the liuslneaa
has been flnlehed, JudK Duffy an
HOHacad that the Jury was not to he
considered dlarbirRad, but merely re
lieved from further duty at this time.
Tke seven men who prepared tha re
port are W. C. Qrabam. J. Ityan. K.
J. Merrill. James Itlack. Kred gbon
HUlst. O. W. II. HI ley and M. J. Don
alaoa. The paper reads at follows:
"We, your grand Jury, baring com
pleted It labor as grand J users at
tfcle session of tha Circuit court, and
having carefully gone Into all mat
Utrs praaanted before ua, and per
formed all thlngr required by as by
taw as far aa we eaa understand
tkasn, beg leave to herewith submit
"Aside from tbe matters praaanted
bafore us which have baea filed In
tale court, wu have made a thorough
examination at the county offtoea and
find that all of th officials have Just
(Continued on last imga.)
IflRST MILE OF ROAD .
IS COMPLETED TODAY
(From Thursday's Dally.)
One mile of th new highway south
of Bend was completed today. Work
la proarraaalng rapMly and another
camp la ta be inaullmt tomorrow on,
county tha 10-ton roller which Willi
bn used on the clndera.
'only 3S8.000.ao bushels. To meet'
this deficit every American home
; muat aava one pound of wheat. pr
. raplta. per weak. Tko world will face
lamina unless we do tkla. We have
ausmlwd par cent of tka world's
food stuffa. Kow wo are to furnish
to par cant by maklnc a aacrific of
some of the things w never m'.aeed.
There I wheat In Australia. Tbe
Allies can gat It by skipping It to
San Francisco, thence to Hoetou by
rail, tkanea to Magland by boat. Tke
price la prohibitive. Tbe U-boata
would gat inuelt of It. Kngiand
would spend her money and starve
food. Two cant a meal, saved by
on oh family In the United States,
will menu a saving or $2,000,000,000.
This will help furnish tha sinews of
This Is our fight. If Prusslnntsm
wins, nothing thnt wo have will b
safe. Our laud will moet tha same
devastation that those In Kurope mot
ut their hands. Wo must do ona ot
two things, oltlior save our rood and
help read tho armies, or give In, ulti
mately, and beoomo subjects or Proa
Blaulam. It la I'russlanlsin or frao
dom. Mnko your own cliolco.
How shall It bo donoT Wo will or
ganlro tho on tiro county. You will
bo nakod to sign up. Dlrcotlona will
bo given you how to save rood atufra,
and what to use as aubatltutoa. A
membership card In tho Iloovfir ad.
ministration will bo given you for
display. Watch for tho amall cards,
and sign up at once. Watch tho pa-
pors (or still other articles on this
STATE LOANS MADE
! DESCHUTES FARMERS
1017 ViiIiihIIoiih (Jlvwi liy AwciMir
Nmc riril ApprulKCinrnt! I)c
( Inrrd Not Tiki High.
(From TuHHday' Dally.)
Although Hht application from
tWIal tftntlHlV tnr afaia InaHa aaaaae paa.
ISieaotly turel down by the Mate Land
Hoard, saveti of the eight have slnse
thnt time bean reefinsldereil and
granted, was the report of Charles
V,'. Hrskine, of this elty, attorney for
the iHxiril. All applications slneo
that time have been Imseil on as
sM'l valuations for 1917, furnished
by County Assessor Mullarkey, and
not one has been rejected.
Mr. Krsklne pointed out that al
though hia appraisements have been
criticized by state authorities as too
high, that they are lower than these
made by the appraiser for the fed
oral farm loan bank, and representa
tives of mortgage companies.
WATER IS FOUND AT
DEPTH OF 1015 FEET
(From TumHiny'fl Deity.)
. What Is believed to be the deepest
wall ever drilled In Central Oregon
has Just been completed on tka Stan
ley Smith ranch near I'lne Mountain,
water being found at a depth of 1914
feat, according to word which
ranched hare laat nlgbt. Tka drill
Ing crew began work laat fall, and
th well will coat in tha netgkbor
hood of uea.
Whether or not tka water will be
tU for use la now tka iiuettloa. for
It is white aa milk, and hi tkougkt
to be heavily impregnated with sul
phur although no test has bean made.
There is a possibility of the water
clearing In a raw days If the fluid has
been colored merely by some white
30 RAILROAD MEN
MAKING HOMES HERE
(From Wadnaadays Dallr:)--
Just what the railroads moan to
Mend from a standpoint of popula
tion, waa shown today In a state
ment issued by D. Keller, local sta
tion agent, la wklek ha estimated tkat
tha number of railroad emnlores
tke men have famtllea.
WILL IIOU1 CMfHCII SAMG.
(Prom Wednaaday's Dally.)
Tha Ladles' Aid 8oclety of tke
Scandinavian Lutkeran church will
hold their annual basaar at tka
church on Thursday. October 11. at
I o'clock p. m. Kefreahnvanu are to
be areved and an auction sale held.
COMMKItCIAL CLl'll COMMITTKK
WILL KKI'OItT ON ADVI.SA1I1U
1TY OP imiLLINO POU WATKK
AT OOVKKN.MKNT ltNCHNSH.
(From Tuuadays Dally.)
Mlllloan wlley ta te b th loeattoa
ot a demonstration gflvarnment artes
ian well, If federal funds can bo se
cured by the Uend Commercial club
This was the decision ot a committee
from tho boosters' organization, with
C. S. Hudson as chairman, after niak
Ing n careful study of the dry lands
In Central Oregon. The aommltteo
will make Its report to the club at the
weekly meaUng at the Pilot Ilutte
Inn tomorrow noon.
Aftor conferring with V. W HnN
phum, of tha forest service, tha com.
mlteo dooldod that somo loaatlon In
Mlllloan valley would not only bo
oxcollont from an experimental stand,
point but would also be highly ad.
vnntageous to stookmon, In case a
water boarlng strata should bo tap
pod. George S. Young, county sur
veyor, who with C. S. Hudson and A.
J. Kroonert composod tho commlttco,
was of the opinion that the valley
wuold bo one ot the beat places for
rinding wator, bocauao of tbe sur
rounding higher ground.
P. Q. Johnaon, prominent Mllllcan
realdont, waa consulted yeaterday af
ternoon and expressed hla approval of
tho xecommoudut'.on which Is to bo
SECOND DRAFT QUOTA
IS SENT OFF.
MIIiik Men Ohcti Bnen Dny.t In
VIilrli to Appear Itcforo Ilccom-
Injr Kitbjcct to Tenuity-
HwTUlta Are Hcnttcrctl.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Five men who have not yet ap
peared for draft examination bare
bean reported as daserters by the
local bard. Nine recruits left laat
night In the second Deschutes connty
draft quota for American Lake. In
spite of the question ol exemption
claims still banging (Ire with tho
district hoard and a number of men
not being In Uend to report, tho full
quota was sent.
Thoaa tearing Bend wero Frank
X. Zlellnski, John W. Garrison.
Charles M. Kramer. Herbert II. Kd
gar, Irving B. Horner. Ralph Thomas
Cooper. William W. Wkaeler. Chester
A. Ilrawn and John H. Johnson. Ja
addition lb follow lac man registered
In tkla county war saat from other
place: Darld K. Miller to Fort
Itlley, Kaueaa, from Delta. Colorado;
Harry Thomas to American Lako
from Klamath county; T. G. Hed
atrom, American Lake from Napa.
California; J aha It. McKoazie. Amor
lean Lake frani Portland. Rdward
Walker, now in Bugene. waa dolaycd
and will be saat eat Immediately.
John Price, whose aetlftcatlon card
was not reaalrod until too late, carao
In from Antelope this morning and
will leave tor American Lake tonight.
It was not found aeceaaary to usa
any of the altaraatee. There were
UpfU9Hrs xMti&OM who
have net appeared lor examination-.
Five man. Clifton Ream, of Mllllcan.
and Augnat KtmqaUt. Harvey Con
away, Owen Thomas and II. V'.n
eaaao, of Head, will be reported to tha
provost marshal ti. ml aa absent
from tbe United Stat army without
leave. They mill be g v.-.n seven days
In which Wither to report to the army
or be declared tt'- rt. rs and mad
subject to the usual penalty. There
are nlao five others u ho 'have not
reported but their nanus will not bw
aeot In until '.be iluf.- they are called
If any of th five mm appear with
in the time allowed they will be annt
to enmp immediately and the next
draft list credited with their pamea.
Although there v as soma confus
ion caused yesterday due to a wire
from Portland regarding exemption
claim which bad oxen disallowed, a
later telegram informed County Clrek
J. II. Haner that ha was expected to
send the men be bad already ar
ranged for last night
TUKKMOMOTKIt SHOWS MAX
IMUM OF OI DRGUKKS YKSTKIU
DAY ArTKK ONE OP COLl)IT
NIGHTS OF SKASON.
(From Tuesday 8 Dully.)
Salting ft new record for heal in
October the mercury In tbe official
government thermometer horo as
cended steadily yoatorday uftornoon
until the 91 mark was reached. Tho
night before had been one of the cold
oat ot tho mouth, the temperature
being 31 dogreea. Yqstorday not only
sot a record (or the month, but was
Dend'a hotteat day alnco August 24
of the prosent year. Winter sulla
and woolens wero plontlful, but were
Tho heat came aftor two weoks of
unusually warm autumn weather, the
two weoks previous having only ona
cloudy day. On tho same day, ono
of the rare rains oMKo summor'and
fall was recorded, -J.
Maxima for October for six, years
previous are as follows: Oct.' 7,
1911, CO degrees; Oct. 2, 19jJ. 70
degrees; October 11, 1913, 74 de
grees; Oct. 15, 1914. SI degrees;
Oct. 2. 1915. 82 degrees; Oct. 18,
1916, 87 dogreea,