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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1917)
:2; JudKo HIIIh, 1; Dr. J. C. Vnn-
$1; Hend Park Co., $5; A. O. Am
mor, l; W. O. Combs, fl; J. W.
HIack, 1; Myron Symons, JlJ A. F.
Inrson, $1; Gilbert's Grocery, $1.
A fow moro contributions of Jelly
and merchandise have also bean
ilovort, $1; Mm. I). Kollor, 2Go; Carl
fton & Lyonn, fl; II. A. Mlllor, $2;
Klrt National Hank, $10; B. I. Ma-
hafoy, J2.B0! W. L. O'Donnoll, GOc;
A. M. I'riiiKlo, 2; K. II. Mny, 1;
Horn! Park Co., 11; Mr Mcl'herson, promised.
II UN I III U,ICTH, IIKM, OlliCGO.N, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1017
SEES E OR
i LEAKS CURABLE, SAYS
Ilt-Oovinmr Inllmiilc That lit .Mil)'
HiiIiiiiK. PiiMmllJt to Titkn
OtiT Project I)cm-ii(IIiik on
(Kniin Tuesday's Dully.)
PORTLAND, Nov. 20. Thnt tlio
Tuuiiilu Irrigation projrot ronorvolr
Is nut no lrntrlnvably louky u has
Iiiihii uuilurntood sluco tlm r neurit ro
port of tlio Desert I. unit Hoard, In tlm
Intimation conveyed In u statement
itlvoti out lioro by ux-dovernor Os
wald West. Mr. Wont hu JuhI re
.turned from a trip tlirutiKli Central
OrKon, In tlio courHu of which ho In
spurted thuTuumlo Irrigation system.
"NoltvlthntiwidlhK what Iiiih beon
Mttlil through tlio coIiiiiiiih or tint press
nhout tho partial fit Hiiro of tlio Turn
tilo IrrlKntlon system owing to a leak
In tlio reservoir, I wish to nay that
It I only n ijuimtloii of time when thin
L leak will ho stopped uiiil -tlio project
pronounced a complete success," said
"Should It dovolop that our statu
, desort land .hoard does not ileum It
I advisable to proceed with tho work
of Mopping tho leak, I will ho pri'-
pared In tho very near future, to sub-
in It . upoii tho part of vnry responsible
people Interested In Irrigation levol
opmeut In thin state, n proposition (n
tttko over that portion of thn system
dependent on tho reservoir uml nftor
Mopping thn Irak to ithipoiii of the
lauds unit reimburse thn stnto for tho
amount It ha expended on till pnrl
of tho project."
It I known thai a quint InvcstlRa
lion of tho conditions existing at thn
reservoir hait been mailo recently by
responsible ami wull known engineers
who nrn now considering thn Informa
tlon gained from thin survey with tho
Idea of making a iluflulto atitl amply
t hacked proposal to tho desert land
board to taku over and carry thn pro.
Jnot throuKh to completion and Hue
M ECONOMY HlSdJ
V?m F"cl nsumeil only KBBPPfiB,',, 7TfW
y&2$m whenheatunmled no WWHiW Wi "$$ T5
tyry&'ik wate. Profitable-jjreat- PHiCK W S "r"
V(( yT KM cr convenience. No fiffllnKMKJl fUiSiMlke'
x5y rIllH' imoko or odor. K?21"" 1) gWgf "
Wii STANDARD OIL HEAT llnlLfliriirtf jl.Tffl5L
H COMI'ANV WITH XVKlJU l'mN
y I ( 0""'4 U PEARL Mum mM
FOR SALE BY
F. DEMENT & CO.
BEND HARDWARE CO.
SKUSE HARDWARE CO.
SCHOOL CLASSES GIVE
TIME TO RED CROSS
(From Thunolay'H Dally.)
Tho flrat wrhool In thn county out
kIiIii of lliuid which had turuod Hi nl
million to work for tho Junior Ited
CroiiN auxlllnry In that at Turrnhontin,
whnro all of thn manual tralnlui: and
domcntlc art clammR hnvo docldi'd
to rIvo tlinlr tlmii to tin lied Cromi.
, An Klcrtrlr drill TonxtN, IUiIN, IVIm;
Only 7.no. Tho I'owit Ca.
HoyH, undfir tho direction of Do Witt
William, Iiiivd turuod thHr uttoutlou
to tiullillni: hoxim In which to pack
r.omtn. Tho ulrln, led by Mliu Adollno
Dnltrlch. Mm. (lertrudu WhltnU and
Mm. Ilhtnch WIIhoii. llydn, am faith
IoiiIiik comfort kit and convaleaceut
All of tho articled completed have
been very neatly and well matin, the
children belli r; enthuilaatlc and tak
ing Kreat palun over their hundlwork.
Tho riioriiaiiliallon at Terrebonne
I part of a movement from the coun
ty ichool headquartern to Intercut
puplU throughout tho county In turn
Injc their effort to war aervlcc. In
anvnrnl other nchooln alrnllar work l
Jutt ttuttlnK under way.
DuachuteA county now has two
Mtandard hlxh achooU, uccordlnx to
a letter received today by J. Alton
Thompnon from thn mute board of
education. Tho communication cer
tifier that Itedmoud IiIkIi (ichool din
trlct uuuibur olio and lletid dlntrlct
number ono havo met all tho reiiulro-
mentn precrlbol by the Htatu board
of education In provldlni; for IiIkIi
National Forest Grazing
Facilities Are Improved
CASE OF E. HEATH
CONTINUED BY COURT
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Thu cano of IJ, Heath, who wan ar
raigned ymtenlay afternoon In the
Juatlro court for havliiK ho vera I hot-
tlim of aplrltoua Ihiuor In tho bunu
nient of his aocond hand more, wan
continued until further InvontlKatlon
can bo nindo. Mr. Heath claimed
that hu had no knowledge of thu
whlskny buluK on hU premlaen. It
was uncovered nt a recntil ralil made
by Hherlff Itoborts and District At
torney H. II. Do Armond.
the pure oil from Corn for
enables the housewife to save butter,
lard, suet, in accordance with the plans of
Food Administrator Hoover.
Get a can of Mazola from your grocer
and try it for deep frying, sauteing, short
ening or salad dressings.
Then you will understand why thousands
of American housewives have discarded
their former cooking mediums.
Your money refunded if Mazola
docs not ulvc entire satisfaction.
Corn Products Refining Company
17 Usttcry Place
PortUni), Om pa
'S sEraK!:i V salad JM
IMS rS i4oSf,,!iiB
(From Monday's Dally.)
Central Oregon Is destined to be
como a ureal cattlo focdluK center,
wrfs tho prophpcy matin this mornlui;
by Awilstant District Forester T. I
McKunxlu. of Portland, who Is here
uttundlriK stockmen's association
meutlneN. Mr. McKonxlo has super
vision ovor tho KrazInK facilities In
thu national forests of Washington
and Oregon and has much to do with'
dovelopmont of carrying capacity on
thn national forest range In tho
Today n meeting of tho Tumalo
stockmen's association was held and
another of tho Slaters and Metollus
ranchers Saturday. If posslblo those
Intorestod In grazing In tho Fort Hock
district will confer tomorrow. Mr.
McKenzlu plans to return to Portland
either tonight or tomorrow, depend
ing on whether the Fort Hock meet
ing Is held. Tho principal proposi
tion discussed Saturday wai tlu ques
tion of turnlivK tho Slators-Motollus
rungo Into a run exclusively for
Shorthorn cattle. In February this
matter will bo taken up for final
In tho past threw yoors during
which llmo thu associations havo ox
latod In tho Deschutes forest tho car
rying capacity of tho rango has beon
Increased 100 per cent. From 3000
cattlo In 10U It has been extended
to nccommodato C000 In 1917. This
Is partially duo to n bettor distribu
tion of salt. In tho past It was thu
custom of ranchers to scatter salt
only on tho streams In tho lower
ranges. Tho cattlo would not go to
tho upper lauds on this account and
forngo went to wntu Ihoro, whllo tho
lower pastures wore damaged. The
distribution has beon equalized now
and tho stock aro fed on both ranges.
Control of tho range is gradually
being given over to tho cattlemen
thomselvc's by tho supervisors. Every
man with a rango permit must com
ply with tho wishes of tho other men
Thu stockmen's associations orga
nized about four years ago havo se
cured better results In caring for tho
range, according to Mr. McKonzie.
"Wo havo our ranges In Oregon
and Washington stocked to full ca
pacity," ho aald. "Wo have had to
turn down many applicants with largo
herds, which we could tako care of If
tho rango wcro available. This, how
over, must bo dono under scientific
management. For this reason wo are
putting plans Into effect to got for
age consumed at tho right time. It
herders do not wait until It Is ma
ture, much will bo wasted. Tlio
stockmen In tho associations arc co
operating in having these rules ob
served." Mr. McKenzIo went on to explain
that with thn largo amount of alfalfa
grown In this section and tho excel
lent feeding fanllltlo, herds may
conveniently bo brought to Hend for
Seventy-two cattlo permits were Is
suod on for grazing on tho Deschutes
forest this year. It Is likely that
with further wator dovelopmont In
thu Paulina district SCOO more head
of stock may bu accommodated. It
Is tho deslro of tho forestry servlco
to locato nil surface water before us
lug tho recent appropriation for wull
drilling. With this object In mind,
Crazing Supervisors Hartou ancl
KuhtiH aro now on tho range locat
Women Bake Fruit Cakes
to Send to Cantonment
Tomorrow tho second floor of tho
Mav AnurtmontB will bo turned Into
nu Improvised fruit ctxko bakery. Kv-
ory oven upstairs In tho building has
buun donated to tho Woman's Club
of Hond for tho baking of fruit cakes
to send In tho club's Christmas box
to American I.ako. Tho cnnvnsaluK
for funds nml contributions of mer
chandise Is practically ovor and at
tention is being turnod to tho actual
work of preparing tho odlblo contents
of tho box.
Mr. Cook, of tho llrooks-Scanlon
box factory, has iiromised to build a
mloclal contalnor for tho gifts, which
will bo Bhlnnod to Krlo Holt at tho
enntonmont Y. M. C. A. for distribu
tion among tho soldlora who would
not othorwlao rocolvo- romombranees,
This will bo sont about December 1
and marked "Not to bo oponod till
OhrlatmuB," thusf assuring Its arrival
Through noraona! canvassing, Mrs.
W. II, Ilurton and Mrs. C. A. O'llrlon
havo colloctod JG3.50 to bo dovotod
to tho nurclinso .of matorlalB for
cnkoB nnd candy. Any loft ovor will
buy hiindokrchlofu, lump sugar ami
A largo number of contributions
havo boon made In tho lino of goods
ready to go Into tho boxes. Tho fol
lowing havo given: F. Domout &
Co., milk chocolato; Hoed & Horton,
stationery; Warner's, merchandise;
Mrs. A. F, Larson, raisins; li. F.
llosomau, raisins; Sathor's, handker
chiefs; Maglll & Krsklne, smokes;
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Oretner, box of
gum; Claudo Motz, loaf sugar; A. L.
Kronen, handkerchiefs; C. V. Sllvls,
smokes; Martin & Cashmau, shirt;
Trl-Stato Terminal Warehouso, milk
chocolato; C. J). Drown, smokes; P.
A. Erickaou, nuts; Stockman's, tab
lots; Carmody's, tobacco; Sanitary
Dakory, chocolato; Logan's Confec
tionery, chocolato; A. K. Larson,
trench mirrors; Mrs, Pearl, fruit
enko; Mrs. Ilurton, candy; Mrs.
O'llrlon, books. Tho following have
contributed cash: Munuholmer Hroth
ers, $2; Tho Hend Dullotin, $2; H.
M. Smith, $1; Harry Holugold, $1;
Mr. Do Courcy, $1; Mr. Hondorson,
25o; J, K. Arnold, OOo; W. II. Ilurton,
?2; II. W. Skiiso, ?2; II. J. Ovorturf,
?1; C. A. O'llrlon, ?2; Mrs. C. D.
Drown, 1; Mrs. A. L. Laurenco, 50o;
Harrison Latham, $1; People's Store,
Shoes for Real Service
OlJIi SPECIALTY IH TO MAKE SHOES THAT
STAND THE TEST
Is especially mndo for this kind of country. Mono ftro bet
J. E. TILT SHOE
A handsome serviceable dress shoo for men. Cannot be
beaten for tho money. Glvo thcao shoes a trial.
A. HANSON LOGGER.
The A. Hanson loggor Shoes of Thrco Lakes, Win,, are
hand-made and one of tho very best of Its kind. Special Blade
to-order work tcken for this shoe.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE HEPAIItlNG
R. H. LOVEN
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Matcrinl, Kiln
Dried Floorinc nnd all kinds of Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Sundird Sua.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Fifth and Wuhmgton SbctU
CcatraDy Ualti Tic Held for YOD
Special Summer Rates
Room with bath privilege, single 75c up; double
$ 1 .00 up. Room with private bath, single $ 1 .50
up; double $2.00 up.
Auto bus meets trains.
Union Depot cars pass our doors.
From North Bank Depot S car transfer at StrYSt.
Business and Professional Cards
VERNON A. FORBES
L A W Y E It
First National Dank Building
Bend :: :: Oregon
H. H. DeARMOND
li A W Y E It
O'Kano Building, Bend, Oregon
DR. J. C. VANDEVERT
l'liyslclun nml Surgeon
Phone Red 271
Hours 9-12 a. m.; 1-5 p. m.;
7-9 p. ni.
H. 0. B L L I 8
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
Done in a FIRST-CJiASS plan
ner, while you wait,
L. Goodman, opposite linker's
0. B. BEN30N
Attorney At Law
Bonson Building, Wall Street
ARTHUR J. MOOSE
tag Cabin Cuildinjr
Bend, Ore. Phone Black 1411
J. E. EXGEBIIETSON,
PLUMBING AXB HEATING
117 Minnesota Street.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnlcned
Jobbing Promptly Done.
Phone Black 1291
LEE A. THOMAS, A. A. 1A.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND ... OBEdON
O. P. NISWONQER, Bend, Ore.
Licensed Eiubalrncr, Funva)
Phone Red 421. Lady Aeat.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
Over Logan Furniture Co.
Wall Street Hours 9 to S
Phone Red 4W
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Suite 6-8-10, O'Kano Building
Bend, - Oregou
THE UNITED WARE
St.rixt arid Forwarding, Central C
V. tarrr Oil. Gaielln, Bur. rbar.
Bait Mtata, llama, Uacan and Lard