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SALHM, Aprlt 6, (Special to Tho
Bullotln.) Stato Engineer Lowls
has Just returned from Washington,
D. C, with considerable news ot In
torcst In tho reclamation world.
Probably tho Item ot prlmo Import
to Central Oregon Is tho statement
from tho engineer "that ho secured
tho approval of Director Davis and
Solicitor Will II. King ot tho reclama
tion sorvlco to tho plan of using co
operative survey funds returned from
tho Ochoco and other projects as a
revolving fund to bring available In
formation relatlvo to Oregon projects
up to dnto. This will make approxi
mately $7,500 available in such re
volving fund for this work and thcro
is now practically $100,000 ot stato
and federal money invested In such
surveys, tho moneys to bo repaid
when tho projects aro built.
Tho fact that ono ot the principal
objects to establishing this revolving
fund is to Investigate tho feasibility
of tho proposals made by tho consult
ing board ot engineers on the Tumalo
project some tlmo since, and also to
secure a general survey of tho plan
broached at tho Redmond water
mastors' school not long ago by Mr.
Lewis, for a gigantic 200,000 aero
project In tho Deschutes valley.
makes this proposed revolving fund
of double Importance to that section
of the state. Investigations also will
probably bo raaclo on the Morson
project at La Pine to ascertain the
most foaslbla way of financing and
Mr. Lewis stated that he urged
tho necessity for speedy decision on
tho remaining patents for tho Tum
alo and Central Oregon Irrigation
projects which aro hanging fire be
fore tho general Mand office and re
ceived assurances from tho land of
fice officials that all tho speed pos
sible in this direction would be ex
erted but ho could secure no definite,
information as to Just how soon these
patents will issue, when they do
como they will cover all ot the re
maining lands under tho projects
now considered feasible tor patent,
and what la covered will probably
depend largely upon tho amount of
water avallablo as shown in the
Archibald report, which Mr. Lewis
states Is now In the hands of the de
partment. Other Possibilities.
Touching upon further Irrigation
possibilities, Mr. Lowis said:
"Should the Chamberlain bill pass,
which provides for loaning federal
credit to irrigation districts, wo will
have our projects in shape to present
without delay. Opinions seem divld-
It's Easy to Send lUm
a pouch of
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If you smoko a pipe, illco Gravely with your knife anil
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SEND YOUR FRIEND IN THE U. S. SERVICE A TOUCH OF GRAVELY
Dealer all around here carry it in 10c pouchet. A 3c.
tamp will put it Into Ms hnds nT Training Camp or
Seaport of tho U.S. A. Even "over there a 3c lamp will
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P. B. GRAVELY TOBACCO COMPANY, Danville, Va.
The Pattnt Poach heep$ it Frtth and CUan and Good
it i not Rat Gravity without thi Protection Seal
but thoso In touch with reclamation
matters fcol confident that an oxtens
ivo Irrigation and dralnano program
will In so mo way bo undertaken by
tho fodoral government at tho closo
of this war."
Mr. Lowis stato that ho secured
adjustment ot tho claim ot tho
Ochoco Irrigation district with tho
reclamation service for 11,000. Ho
also secured an advance copy of tho
regulations under the Smith 1)111 and
It is possiblo for Irrigation districts
to sccuro a Hen on vacant govern
ment land within their boundaries
upon compliance with such regula
tions. Tho Suttles Lflko district, he
states, has long been waiting tho Is
suance of theso regulations.
Approve Jordan Volley
Among other important accom
plishments which Mr. Lowis states
wcro fruits of his trip to Washington
was tho securing of tho approval of
tho general land offtco to tho state's
contract with tho United 8tatcs for
tho reclamation of 29,200 acres of
land for tho Jordan valloy project in
It Is probablo that early stops will
bo taken relative to starting invest'-f
(gallons on tho Control Oregon and
tho Tumalo projects relatlvo to de
veloping tho enlarged schomo for
irrigation made necessary by the
failure of tho Tumalo reservoir and
also considered necessary for giving
to tho Central. Oregon country all ot
tho birthright which nature intended
it should have.
looted $46.50 ot tho $100 quota sot
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and Individuals havo donated to (this,
tho contributions ranging from CO
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Tho monoy goes to support tho 35
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Amorlcan women physicians now In
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! Moro ot thoso memborn of tho mod-
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ovory day to incroaso tho foreign
sorvlco In Franco, Italy, Sorbla and
Wo buy nil kinds ot hldea, polls,
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MAN MUST GO BEFORE
Paul Tcssman, omployod at tho
II rooks-Scan Ion camp, apparently a
Gorman sympathizer, was brought
before District Attorney II. II. Do
Armond yesterday to answer charges
of having mado soditlous ntatomonts.
Ho will bo sont (to Portland tor an
examination .by tho fedoral grand
Jury. Workmon at tho camp rnport-
ed TcsHman for remarks ho is al
loged to havo mado last weok.
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TO BE IN OCTOBER
(From Thursday's Daily.)
Tho dato or tho coming conven
tion ot tho Stato Federation of La
bor has now boon definitely sot, ac
cording to messages received hero
I this weok. Tho convention will open
, coistlnuo during tho weok. In sot
ting October as tho dato for tho
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Company's 1917 figures as follows:
Average price paid for live cattle pent $84.45
Average price received for meat
Average price received for by-products ?4.09
Total received ; ,-, , 93.06
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Of which the profit per steer was . 1.29
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