ih;ni nufXKTiy, hkxd oukgos, Thursday, julv ib, hub rAOE A a . '( l ? WILL RESTRICT FIRE PERMITS NO SLASHINGS TO BE BURNED. Nttili mill (Jowiniiinil Oflilnlx llcif Will Not Umio I'itiiiIIh (i Any Ohm for Thin I'urixt- I'nK'liuiiiitliiii Untied. (Prom Haturdoy's Dally,) No further burning pornilU aro to bo Issued by thu flro wardens of thu Mtutn for any purpose whatever, ac cording to word which hon been re ceived by t ho statu utnl government officials hern In a proclamntloii Is V, sued by (lovornor Wltliycoiubu on July 8, Under the- provision of thin roclninntloit, camper aro cautioned against hhUIiik fires until a clear njiuci) of ground linn been uiuilo at liMiHt nIx (cut 'In diameter, and no II rim nru to hu pormjtted to burn, oven temporarily, during thu ub nitiico of Hid purty setting thu flro from rump. Thn following li thu prorhuiiiitlon: "Id'ciMiHit u general riiiidltloii of drouth tins fallen on thu stale of Oregon cunning iui uiumuully xurloua situation which thritatuiiH thu do Htructlou of forests, gnus mid grain llnlilH, t feel Justlflm) In ordering that nil permits to burn Uin-d by ittiilo II r i) warden h nutliorUi'it by (tint Ion 7, chapter 70 of thu Law of Oregon for IUI 7, hu mid uro hereby miipi'inli'il mid Unit no moru huruliix permits tin Issued until further no tice. "No camp II res shall ho started In or near forest or tirinli covered laud within twutity (20) feet of any HtiuidliiK or down tree, bruiih piles or other litter thai may cauiu thu nprend of lire, uiid ntidur no rondl tlou lit a flro to bo built until the ground I cleared to mineral noil for u dlitaiicn of hU (C) reel In every direction and no such II ru ihall be left even temporarily until It ban been completely extltiKulnucd with water. "Iiinimucli on the forests ore one of thu mute' chief material re. sources mid one of thu chief lourceii of supply for Hhlp tlmberM and ma turlul for aircraft couitructlon now needed In thu prosecution of thu war, 1 hIho respectfully urgo every person going Into thu wood during the current dry season to refrain from smoking, a nny lire allowed to Ret beyond control U not only extremely dangerous to all dimse of property hut necessitate thu use of lubor and MUpplleM that nru ho immintlnl In other Ilium of endeavor under present con. dltlons. "In testimony whoroof, I have hereunto subscribed my namu and on u ed to be affixed the Kreat seal of thu Htnto of Oregon this eighth day of July, 1918. "JAMKS WITJIYCOMIIE. "Governor, "lly tho (lovornor: "HEN V. OLCOTT, "Hecretary of State." NOTICE. IlavliiK applied for a commission In tho Medical Iteservu Corps and oxpectliiK to o called to thu colon at any tlinu In tho noxt two or three weeks, I am offurliiK special bargains In spectacle and oyu glassc until I havu to leavo hero. GHAULE8 II. FIIANCIH, !.!)., CM. Optician and Optometrist O'Kano IlulldliiK. Adv. REED-SMITH BLOCK SECURES NEW LEASOR People Htoro mill Variety Htoro Will a Movo Into I 'rem I kin About Kirst of Augunt, (From Saturday's Dally.) In a dual completed today, the Poop km Htoro, Frank Iuahnlt, man iiKor, and H. II, Stockman of thu Va riety Storu have, taken n long time tlnio Iiuibq on tho building formerly occupied by tho Iloud-Smlth company on Wall stroot. Mr, Inalmlt, manoxor of tho Poo pleH Htoro, Htated thlu afternoon that u 5-year leasu had been uueured on tho proporty, IiIh Htoro to occupy tho south half of tho hulldliiK, whllo Mr. Htockman will movo lilts variety Htock Into tho north half. A now Htock of Koods, aloiiR tho llnoa now carried by Mr. Inabnlt, will bo added, and Jinn already boon ordorod. Tho cliniiKo will bo made nhout August, 1. TANUC ORDER NUMBERS ARE ALLOTTED local iioAiti) completes wohk OP ASSIGNING SEIUAL AND oitDKit numiikus to twkntv oni: class ok dilutees. (From fiuturdiiy's Dally.) Thn final work of allotting the serial and order number to tho list of draft men of 21 who registered Juno 6 won completed by the local draft bonrd today. Thu following uro tho order and serial numbers, to gether with tho address of tho regis trnut an filed with tho adjutant gen eriil's office: Herlal Order Number Numbor 10 Fred Joseph Marchand, Ilend 1 21) Louis OeorKU (iassert, Ilend 2 17 Italph Clifton Curtis, Ilend 3 4 CIiuh, F. Lure, Itedmond. 4 28 Alex. A. BKKlestun, Ilend ., t, 41 AiiKUst 'Mueller, Ilend C .'12 Alfred (I. Klllff, lleud 7 10 Donald Morris, Ilend 8 311 Jay l. Hptncer, llnud U l.'l E. J. Corrcu, Itolyul 10 n .Ma hi on Couch, T1111111I0 11 11 A. II. Hliiiltx, La Pino 12 .IB Lnwrencu Wulrhor, Hand ... 13 18 Earl J. Vaudemark, Ilend . 14 3!) AiiKUst J. YouiiKseu, lloud . 16 30 William A. Iluuiiell, Ilend .. 10 25 Clyde O. Ilntiek, Ilend 17 12 JeunliiKH II. DuvIh, Itedmond 18 2 Warren Bvuns, La l'lnu . 20 8 Algor W. Davis, Tumalo . 21 40 Jim O'Nell, llelld .. 22 38 Frederick II. TuIkoii, Ilend 23 7 Fred F. Ilreest, lleud .. 24 27 Lawrence Itotiey, Ilend ... 20 1 Bverett J. Mace, Ilend . 20 0 James A. Harris, Mllllcan . 27 24 Paul I). I.oreo, lleud 28 14 John II. Parrel, llund , 30 1!) Mtlfred W. Chase, Itedmond 30 37 Nils O. Hkjersaa, Ilend 31 30 Heed A. Winkle, Ilend .... 32 15 Italph M. McClalu, Ilend .. 33 20 William M. Kcott, Itedmond 34 31 i:. U, Comstork, Itedmond. . 35 43 Henry K. Dayton, Tumalo . 30 23. Herbert It. Ifoblusoti, Ilend 37 22 Harry M. Dietrich Tumalo 38 21 Stanley L. Pish, Tumalo 39 9 Arden O. Win ward, Ilend. ... 40 20 Hurold Smith, lloud . . .41 C Bdword Winters, Ilend 42 4 2 William I1. Oreeu, lleud . 4 3 . (Jit r rent N. Francis, Ilend . . LOTS SELECTED FOR RED CROSS tiiiibi: ( iioici: I'Aitcr.m ok OltOt'ND IN Al'llltKV ADDITION A KB Tl'UNBD OVBH TO 1IKND ('IIAITBIl lV MIL B.VSTKS. (From Fridays Dally.) Lots 1, 2 and 3 In block 12, Aubrey addition to Ilend, havu been selected by tho lied Cron In thu contribu tion from Henry I. luster to thu chap ter, Thu choice woh made last nlKht by Mrs. lllrdsall, In company with J. A. Bastes, nKont for Mr. Llnster. Lots 1 and 2 aru 02xl00 feet and lot 3 50x125. Tho followltiK letter was mailed to thu lied Cross today by Mr. Bastes: "July 12, 1918. "To tho Ilend Ited Croiw Society: "tieutlemen: Ah UKont for Henry Ltniler, I am aulhorlxeU by him to donate In his behalf to tho Hod Cross society, for their free uso or dis tribution lots 1, 2 and 3, block 12, Aubrey HoIkIKh, an addition to Ilend, Oregon. "I am further authorized by Mr. Henry Llnster to Ihhuu upon doruand to tho Hod Cross uoclety or to whom thoy may designate, a warranty deed, froo and clear of all Incumbrances, for tho Hod Crous society, freo iiho for dlspoHltlon, "Dated at lloud, Oregon, thin tho 12th j)uy of July, 1918. "HBNHY L1NSTBH. "Ily J. A. BA8TK3, Ah'ont." NOTICI5 Having npplled for n commission lu tho 'Medical IteHurvo Corpu and expecting to ho called to tho colors at any tlnio In tho noxt two or throo woeku, I am offering epoclal bargains In HpectaclOH and eye glasses until I havo to leave hero. ' OIIAHLBS IF. FHANCI8, M.D., CM. Optician and Optomotrlst, O'Kano Uulldlng. Adv. FOR SALE BY The Owl Pharmacy SOLE AGENTS IT'S JOY TO COOK FOR YANKEE LADS lly MIm Irriif) Mclnljre (Wrltlfii for the t;nltl l'rt.) WITH THE AMEHICAN IIOYB AT THE FHONT, Juno 19. (lly Mnll.) Wo nro grateful to bo over hero with our urmy and feel wo uro huv lug wonderful luck to bo able to make doughnuts and pies for our bit lu tho war. Wo had no Idea at all what our work would ho when wo first came, hut wu were ijulto prepared for any thing. Wo only feared that wo would not bo sent to tho front and would bu doomed to remain In the rear. At Uordeau, when I landed and mot tho colonel, my first words wcro to ask hlrh to send mo as far forward as ho could. Ho smiled and said nothing, no I waited In suspense. Gladys, rny sister, had come over earllor, and was then "somewhere In France at tho front." There was Joy for mo when tho cotonel gavo mo orders to go to the little village where rny sister wan working, tho most advanced point at which women were allowed lu our army, and prob ably in any army. ' Order HrlngM Joy. I had anticipated a gradual ad vance Into thu rone of thu army from one post to anothc and was trying hard to keep from letting my eager ness to go where they wero thickest from getting the best of me. My delight was all thu greater on that account and little sister and I had a joyous reunion, Tli ere Is no way to tell how happy we are to bo here. Our soldier hoys FORGER TAKEN BY THE SHERIFF MAN WANTED KOH PAHHINO KOHOED CHECKS IIEHE MODE THAN A YEAIt AGO AltHBSTED WHILE HW1M.MINO IN HIVEIL (From Friday's Dally.) W. V. Wenge. alias F. W. Hchwado, atlas F. W. Mueller, was nrrontcd by S. B. Huberts, county sheriff, near Tumalo last night, charged, with forgery and brought to this city and placed In thu county Jail. Wcngo, under tho name of Mueller, operated in Ilend over a year ago, panning worthless checks on both laundries horc, one at tho Ilend Hteam laundry for 3G and one at thu Sanitary laundry fur $37.50. Imme diately following tho passing of the checks, and before ho could be ar rested, hu disappeared and all efforts of thu officers to obtain track of him wero unavailing until day before yesterday, when It wasyroportcd to tho sheriff s office that a man answer ing his description had been seen near Tumalo. Mr. Hoborts mado tho trip to Tumalo last night and succeeded In locating whoro Mueller was Btopplng. Arriving at tho house ho was not to bu found, and then tho officer went toward the river, where hu found tho man In swimming and arrested him and brought him here. Wcngo Ih a young man, of Qernian parentage, although raised lu this country. Hu has Issued no state ment, remaining sllont regarding his check passing of ovor a year ago. KltOM A JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. W. II. Hill. J. P.. Dotrolt. Tex., writes: "I used Foloy Kidney Pills and say unhesitatingly that of all I havo used thoy aro the best, and have dono tho work whoro tho real failed." llackacho, rheumatic pains, soro niusclos, stiff Joints and too frequent bladder action aro symptoms of kid ney troublo. Sold ovorywhere. Adv. BUCKHECHSPT ore. u. s. pat. rf?ir. T' REG. U. S. Why accept an in ferior Army Shoe when you can get the standard arttcle at the same price or less? Ak For the Buckhucht Army Shoe and get hit you ask for. Then you're sure to be satisfied I Look for the ntma BUCKHECHT Stamped on the tote of every Shoe for our mutual protection. IMHWMI Mr swo BLACK J GUN HCTAL v INDIAN TAN fcH CALF ijH I At your doalors orIf ho Is not sappllod ordor dlroot from tho manufacturers Buokinuiiam & IIeout, San Francisco aro tho best In the world, They ap preciate thu tiniest thing we do for them and surprise us constantly with greater kindnesses than wo can ever show them. They nro awfully good and gentle and thoughtful around us, In Hplto of tho strain they aro under out here lu tho trenches. The other night during a heavy barrage from both Hides, when shells wero breaking on thu edge of our woodt, a doughboy stood under our window to reassure uh If wc became alarmed. We did not learn of it until morning when he asked us if we had liecn scared. I said: "Why, no, you didn't hear us make a Hound, did you?" Ho Wa on Guard. "No," ho responded, "you didn't nay a word for two hours, but I stayed thero toecauso I knew you couldn't bo asleep and must be frightened. If anything had hap pened, I might havo helped you." At the tlmo of the bombardment of our kitchen In tho Slecheprey battle, when I was picking up a few things In the hut preparatory to our enforced departure by the general's orders, the shells wero bursting on all sides within a few yards. A camofleur who had been very good to us cam i) lu to help me, and as the hIioIIs burst he said in Much a quiet voice: "I think we had better stand against this wall for a few minutes. If a shell should Htrlke In tho wall would fall no. Hero we will bo Kafe." Then he went on talking quietly about other things and made me for get to he afraid. ' RAISED ON RED CROSS TE AM GIKLK DUBSSED IN HED CHOKH UNIKOIOIH HUCCKKI) IN UAIS INO LAKGB HUM ON STHEETS OK CITY. (From Friday's Dally.) Two hundred and eighteen dollars additional was raised for tho Ked Cross horses on tho streets of Ilend last night by a commltteo of girls who, dressed In Ited Cross gowns, mado tho business portions of the city. This brlngB tho total amount received to data at slightly less than $700. Mrs. lllrdsall stated today that tho horses probably would not bo disposed of until Saturday, and possibly not until later. The following Is tho amounts re ceived by each: Clara La Flemme, $21; Louisa Leo, $39; Zada Klnyon, $43, Mrs. McKay, $25; Hazel Stev ens, $21; Miss Dorset, $19; Margaret Thomson, $13; Blslo Horn, $21. TinUTMIXTn CrpATrpc j EIGHT FOREST FIRES l That Number Hun lloeii lUportctl Sinew Tlitindny Ono Hnitill llluze In Kixmi by Tlircv IMkoutN. (From Saturday's Dally.) .. Eight forest fires aro reported on tho rcsorvo as a result of tho elec trical storm of Thursday, according to advice, from tho forest office this morning. All of thu blazes are small and havo eithor been extinguished or aro under closo surveillance of the forest rangers, Ono flro In tho neighborhood of Davis mountain, covering an area of lesa than fifty feet, was seen by thrco lookouts at thrco different points on tho reserve, tho dlstanco of observa tion ranging from fivo to twenty miles. AH threo reported tho blaze. PATV OFF. m Built sturdy anit serviceable for Office Men Attorneys Physicians Hikers Farmers Orchardists Motormen Conductors Hunters and others in every walk of life $6.50 to $7.50 1 SENDING THANKS FOR TOBACCO TWO CAIIDH AUK DECEIVED IN ANKWEIt TO DULLirriN TO IIACCO KU.NI) APPHECIATE THE (HIT. (From Monday's Dally.) Tho tobacco sent out tinder The liulletln tobacco fund Is being re ceived In Franco by tho boys, the J return cards being received by the contributors In this city. Ono was received early last week and Carl Johnson has received two cards with in tho past week, both, written on May 11, which wuold Indicate that this was the date on which the de livery of tho tobacco was made. One of the cards, from W. B. Ooddard, reads: "Just received package of smokes and Inclosed I found this card so will taku the privilege to thank the donor. It certainly makes a fellow feel good when he knows that the folks back "over there" have not forgotten that we are over here." Tho second, from George A Gresens, Is as follows: "Just, re ceived a box of tobacco and thank you very much. Wo are all well and ore having a good tlmo here. , I will keep your addross and will drop you a letter." The above replies to the contrib utors speak for themselves regarding I tho appreciation which Is displayed by tho recipients of the tobacco. The I fund, now under the direct distribu tion of the Ited Cross, Is again open, contributions being received at The 'Hullotln office. I I RED CROSS LOOKING FOR OWNER OF TEAM Numbers Aro Drawn on Saturday Night anil No One Hon Cumo Forth to Lay Claim. Persons holding the lucky numbers on tho Hed Cross team, which was to have been awarded at the Hippo drome last Saturday night, have failed to come forward up to, the present, and the Hed Cross Is In a quandary with the team on its hands. The first number drawn was 5335, and tho second number 5202. Tho team will be held until next Sat urday pending tho arrival of the owner to claim them, and if no word Is received by that tlmo another drawing will take place. The holder of tho first number is entitled to the team, but in the event no one ap pears with that number the second one drawn becomes the winner. DRAFT BOARD GETS FIRST AUGUST CALL (From Monday's Dally.) Tho first call for drafted men for tho month of August reached the local board this morning, calling for four men to entrain for Camp Fre mont, California, on August 5. The names of the men have not yet been chosen by the draft board. CARLON CHILD IS SEVERELY BURNED Fulls' Into Condenser at the Snnltury Jjuumlry Wounds Aro Not Fatal. (From Friday's Dally.) Vernon' Walton Carton, 1-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Carlon, was severely scalded when he dropped Into a hidden steam con denser at the rear of tho Sanitary laundry oil Wednesday afternoon. Ills body was badly burned, only his shoulders, head and arms remaining uninjured. At tho tlmo of the accident tho llttlo follow was playing with his dog in tho yard of tho Qarlou resi dence, less than a block from the laundry. Tho dog escaped from tho yard and started to run down tho street, Vornon following, Not know ing of tho exhauBt ho stepped 011 It as ho was running and broke through, falling Into tho pit to his armpits. Ills crlea aroused his father and tho bookkeeper at tho laundry, who rushed to Ills assistance imme diately and taking him homo admin istered first aid. Dr. Coustncau was callod and has tho patient under his chargo and holds every liopo for its rocovory. JKWISII MERCHANTS HANGED. (Ily United Frew to The Bend Bulletin.) WASHINGTON. July 16. A num ber ot Jews havo been executed at Kherson In tho Ukraine for hiding their grain from tbo Germans. JURISDICTION CONTROVERTED JOHN H. LEWIS TAKES UP C. 0. I. PROJECT. Aki That Homo Hort of Dcflnlto Understanding lie Arrived nt U- turcn Lnnil Hoard nnd I'ubllo JWvIco Commission. (From Friday's Dally.) (SpreUI to The Bulletin.) SALEM, July 12. State Englneor John II. Lewis, In a letter to tho public service commission, urgen that sorao sort of a definite under standing be arrived at -bctVwcen that body and the desert land board as to who shall have Jurisdiction over tho affairs of tho Central Oregon Irrigation company. A few weeks ago tho company sub mitted a plan for distribution to tho commission. The commission, In itn order covering tho irrigation com pany, stated that any plan for dis tribution submitted by the company should bo with the approval of tho desert land board, and that board consequently sent tho company'n proposition to that board. The board han now given its tentative approval to tho plan through Stato Englneor Lewis, but the state engineer make it plain that It is only a tcntatlvo approval, declaring to the commis sion in his latest letter that "If It is your purpose to see that tho water is distributed In accordanco with somo plan It would seem to mo you would prescribe tho plan and not attempt to enforco somo plan upon Which tho approval of this office Is required. "We have gone over these plana and forms and see no objection to them and believe that In a general way they will provo successful and satisfactory," states Mr. Lewis In writing to the commission. "Wo wish It understood that we have made no field investigation nor hare wo checked up canal capacities to a sufficient extent to Insuro that tho contract requirement as to the water delivered may be complied with In overy particular and this Is of courso essential, and should It develop that tho system of distribution as pro posed by tho company for this year prove inadequate, wc would expect to secure some modifications to tho same to the extent they might bo necessary to promote tho substantial compliance with the contract. "It has not been our practice to approvo a general system ot distribu tion of tho company, but rather to atslst In the adjustment of any com plaint which arises In connection therewith. If It Is your purpose to seo that the water Is distributed in accordance with somo plan. It would seem to me that you should pre scribe the plan and not attempt to enforce somo plan upon which tho approval of this office Is required, I make this suggestion in tho spirit ot co-operation as I feel there should bo no conflict of authority on tho Central Oregon project, as there now appears to be. "I regard this matter of somo Im portance tor the reason that an irri gation district has now been organ ized on tho Central Oregon project with a view to taking over its opera tion and doubtless the same proce- dure -will bo followed on all Carey act projects. This, in my opinion,, will result in conflict ot authority should tho public service commis sion assume Jurisdiction over Irriga tion districts or continue to exercise. Jurisdiction over the district that has grown out ot a Carey act project. , feel therefore that tho commission and tho board should arrive at somo. definite understanding as to the ex.-. tent to which control and Jurisdiction over such projects aro to be exercised by the public service commission," PLEASE PASS THE TANGELO. (By United Prett to Tot .Be'nii Bulletin.) WASHINGTON, July 16. Science, has added another doloctablo fruit to man's larder. It's to bo known as tangelo, and is a cross between the tangerine orango and tho grape fruit, or pomelo. The U. S. bureau of plant Indus try, which ovolved tho hybrid fruit, says ot it: "It has llttlo acidity, and resembles a tender and good flavored orango moro than eithor a grapotrult or a tangerlno," i R. A. BLANCHARD AT CENTRAL ORE. BANK (From Monday's Dally.) It. A. Blauchard, agriculturist for tho Livo Stock State bank ot Port land, arrived in Bend Saturday and will remain hero tor somo tlmo with. tho Central Oregon bank, where ha -will be employed until such time aa the present heavy business Is dis posed of.