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HKNI) HUJiliKTIN, HKNI), OHBGON, TIIURWDAY, JANUARY 0, 1010
STRONG OPPOSITION VOICED
TO C. 0. 1. DISTRICT BONDS
Jeff Says fef y
that ho used io think
lio was (cltiii( more for
his money by buying n
bi( p'ul( uf ordinary to
bacco, until lio rnn across
Real Gravely. Now you
couldn't make bltn switch
back to the ordinary pluu
uuaiu. Gravely has that
eacn piece paccea in 3 poucn
BY DUCK HUNTERS
Alimitlftiit Onmo Found nt Head-
Millers of Dm In Creek, AKIioiikIi
Merrury I JKJ lleluw.
(From Baturdny's Dally.)
Duck shootlni: with (ho Uterinum
utor ruKlHtorliu: 312 iluxri'i' below
zero wnn thu experlenco of Dr. J. C.
Vnudiivurt, Arthur Viuitlovurl und
K. I.. Clark of l.u Fine, who returned
yesterday with it ntrlun of 3G fine
mullurds, Thu threo nonetralod to
thu headwaters of Duvlu crutik, drlv
Iiik throunh two fuul or snow, but
reported an uhundunco of kiiiiiu us
u rccompouso for thu hardship they
On their return to Uond tholr
auto rnn out of KtiMollne, mid Arthur
Vunduvort IrudKud 10 in I Ion Into
town to secure enouKh to onublo
thuiu to complete tholr Journey.
VOTE OF THANKS IS
GIVEN TO R. A. WARD
County Farm Bureau I'mmm Rim
lution HcroKtilzliiK Work of
(From Friday's Dally.)
HccoKulzInn tho work dono dur
Iiik thu past yunr by County Agricul
turist Ward, thu Deschutes County
Far in bureau him authorized thu pub
lication of thu folluwlui; resolutions:
"lln It resolved by HiIh meeting
of thu tnuinhuni of thu Deschutes
Farm bureau, that wo votu It, A.
Ward nn unntiltuouH votu of thanks
for his past year's work anil com
iiiuud hlit efforts In thu tiromotlon of
thu iiKrlculturnl and II vo stock In
teresls of Central Oregon to thu
enrufu! consideration of thu county
court of Deschutes county,"
WRITES FROM FRONT
Rend Hoy In Air Hervlre I'ritlMti Urn
Work of Halvntloii Army for
(From Friday's Dully.)
Wrlttun a wouk boforu thu ccssa
tlon of hostilities In Europe, u letter
from Wlllurd HouHtou of lluud, who
unlisted In thu nlr norvlcu and Ih now
nt thu front, wub received huru today,
Porsonnl experiences nro ruluted, and
especially does thu writer pralHU tho
work or thu tinlvutlon Army for thu
soldiers In Europe.
Peace scorned near at thu tlmu
Houston mnllud IiIh letter, but ho In
dlcatod that ho would prefer to stay
itcroRH for nnothor your after tho
fighting wnH ovur.
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REND MAN RETURNS
ON EARLY TRANSPORT
XV. It. Van Vlrrl RlMluirgiil an Ar
tillery HerKrant Major After
(From Katurdny'n Dully.'
After seeing action on thu wmiem
front, V. It. Van Vluut ruturned to
Mend HiIh morning, huvlng been ills
charged from thu servlco nn u sor
Keanl major of artillery. II" camu
hack to thu United Htules on tho
third traimport to leave European
shores after thu signing of thu urmls
tlce. Hergoiint Van Vlcct unlisted
from Ilend more than n year and u
In rcgnrd to thu fighting In
Franco and Ilelglum, lie wns ex
tremely reticent. "Wo don't llku to
talk about It now," ho explained.
LANDS IN FOREST
OPENED TO ENTRY
lottery Will Deride llctuecn Itlvul
ClaltiuuilM In Aiinnunrt'iiii-ul
of local Offlrr.
(From Friday' Dally.)
Announcement In made by official
of thu Deschutes national forest of
thu opuulng to entry of approxi
mately 4000 ucroH within thu forent
llmltH, I'n try may bu mndu after it
a. m., Jniiuary 15, and tho first hour
for ttottlenient In fixed at 0 a. m.,
Conflicting clulniH to any of thu
lands will hu nettled by lottery.
Hot In .Vorllmcit Outside of Fort-
laud anil Keattlr, Hccliirr
(From Monday's Dully.)
Thill Dend In pohhcuhciI of tho
llmmt athletic club and RyinnnMum
In tho northweflt, outnldu of Portland
mid Heattlo, Ih thu declaration of
Charlie OIhoii, northweat nilddlo
welRht wnrntlliiK champion, who In
huru proparlnK for bin match with
Ad OuHtavo of Uuud on Friday uLsltt.
"1'vo worked out In practically every
i;ym In thu norlhwoat," ho mild, "and
I cuu nay without exnKorntlon, that
Ilund him much to bu proud of In
OIhoii'u mutch will bu tho main
event In n amokur urranKod to bu
held at tho nyinniiHluni, thu bout to
bu to n flnlHh, bout two out of thruu
fullH, QuHtuvu hua ahown real cIuhh
In hla recent mutchea hum, and will
mako n Btrouuoua offort to naln
posaoHslon of Olson's title.
Who la Florcy & Sons, TuninloT
$7.00 to $8.00
m calk JMi9HHh
fc. jIM1 v,i !,iy liiH
fcoi'm: of tumai.o mixtion
woum) hiiohtkn iioaii to
hkhciiutkh much work ih
ahead of countv court.
(From Friday's Dully.)
Heukliii; to cut off from four to
five miles from thu prenent trip to
Deschutes, residents of tho Tumalo
section appeared boforu tho Do
schules county court, In regular ses
sion yesterday afternoon, to petition
for thu construction of u brlilKu over
thu Deschutes river on tho C. II.
Hwalluy road, neur thu Aubrey homo
stead. Thu hrldKo, It Is estimated,
would cost In tho neighborhood of
$1000, and If It Is thrown across tho
river thu ranchers are planning tho
erection of a co-operutlvo waruhouso,
thuy told thu court. Thu matter was
taken under advisement.
A petition from Tho Hhcvlln
Illxon Company requesting Hint light
blasting bu permitted to loosen Ico In
thu company's log pond, wns grunted,
with thu stipulation that thu work
should bu done under thu direction
of J. J. Cunningham, deputy ruido
warden. Bo carefully was thu dyna
miting dono that trout In thu river
weru left absolutely untouched.
Today thu court Is In session
again, thu chluf routine business bo
lug tho selection of a Jury list of 200,
thu choosing of election boards and
the auditing of bills.
BEND HIGH SCHOOL
HAS LAST HOLIDAY
Unbroken HtrHcli of Work Now Be
fore I'upIN Hutkclbull Nom
(From Friday's Dully.)
January 1 was tho last of tho
scries or holidays for tho Dend high
school. From then on there will bo
an unbroken stretch or school days
until Juno 20.
Duu to tho Inlluenza tho first
number of thu Lyceum course, which
was to have been put on In Decem
ber, will bu transferred to March.
Tho other numbers will appear ns
High school students have received
"One Hundred nnd Ono Songs,"
which will bo used at leant twlcu a
week during thu romnlnder or tho
school year. Singing will bu led by
William Williams has returned to
tnko up his studies again In tho
Junior class, Hu has been attending
O. A. C. ns ono or tho S. A. T. C. nt
Nominations for basketball man
ager weru submitted to thu student
body to bo voted upon Tuesday, Jan
uary 7. Those chosen nH nominees
by tho student council were Halph
llauck, Fdward Hrosterhous and Do
Three new students cntorcd thu
senior high his week Wuyno Jaskarl
and Martha Ayres, both freshmen,
mid Dora 01111b, n sophomore.
FOR FRIDAY BOUT
Hem. Wrestler Anxious to Meet
Churllo Olson and Is Confident
of Ilia Hcsult.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
After u brlof uusenco In Portland
nnd AHtortu, Ad Uustnvo, Ilend
middleweight wrestler, returned horo
this morning, called' by wlro artor
tho arrival or Churllo Olson, north
west wlddlowolght tltlo holder. "I
nra vory nnxtous to moot Olson,"
austnvo said today. "In Inct, I can
celled n bout which had been half
arranged ror mo In Astoria In ordor
to take udvnntngo ot Olson'a visit
Oustavo Is In flno shape lor tho
coming event, scheduled to ho hold
on tho evening or Friday, January
10, nt tho Ilonil Amateur Athletic
club gymnasium. Ho has boon hav
ing sonio hard workouts with good
men during his trip toward tho
couat, nnd oxprossod hlmsolt as con
ndont or tho result or Friday night's
Iloth Olson nnd austnvo will spend
tho romalning tlmu boforo thu mntch
In u llttlu extra training.
Ho Knows Wlicroof Ho Hpcuks.
J. F. Hnrnor. 416 Nnvnrro St., San
Antonio, Tex., writes: "I consldor
Foloy'a Honoy and Tar absolutely tho
host cough romedy on tho markot. I
know whoroof I bpouk, irnving inou
it in mv nwn fnmllv. Your roniodv
nolo nuinkiv nnd relief la normancnt."
Oood for colds, coughs, croup. Con
tains no opiates. Sold ovorywhore.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Htrong opposition to thu proposed
purchase by tho Central Oregon Irri
gation district of tho rights of the
C. O. I. Co. In tho district was voiced
at n meeting held In tho circuit
court room Hnturday afternoon to dis
cuss tho proposition. Meetings In
othor places held earlier In tho week
developed thu same opposition, ac
cording to reports.
In opening the meeting President
J, Alton Thompson explained the
provisions of the proposed contract
und outlined tho property rights to
bo acquired, Thosu of cspeclul valuo
to tho district he stated to bo about
1700 "excess acres" and A COO acres
available for sale through tho non
uso of water for this amount of land
on tho 46,000 acres or tho district.
Thu salo of tlic-o lands, hu said,
would bring tho district tho greater
part of thu contract prlco of $200,-
000. In uddltlon, hu laid especial
stress on tho valuo to thu HOttlorg
of tho contruct provision for deter
mining the amount of water neces
sary to raise crops and tho conse
quent allowance of thin amount
without reference to existing limita
tions to one and eight-tenths feet.
"Thu contract," said Mr. Thomp
son, "Is the best one, In tho Judg
ment of tho directors of thu district,
which cun bo mado with the C. O. I.
Co. It Is not, however, a contract
BEND BOY WRITES
FROM FRENCH TOWN
Frei! Triplet! Is Made Drum Major
May Return to America
Koou, He Writes.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Thanksgiving in Franco In 1018
was one or tho big events or the
war, according to Fred Trlplett or
Ilend In a letter from Thczec, France,
to his father, Thomas W. Trlplett
of this city. It was "some feed."
according to tho writer.
"I was mado drum major tho other
day," Trlplett writes, "and It's a
good Job. I'll bo after coming home
In n few days, probably 2C or 30, us
they're sending tho boys home now
by the thousands. I'll be having
lots of souvenirs when I return.
Everything from n silk stocking to
a Gorman machine gun bullet.
"Kveryono Is looking forward to
tho tlmo when we'll see tho statue
or tho Goddess of Liberty In New
Trlplett has sent ono or his rrlends
In Ilend n fragment or parchment
which Is labeled "pleco of German
drum head found on tho battlefield
of Chateau Thierry." On tho reverse
sldo aro lined thu opening bars of
"Tho Star Spangled Uanncr," with
tho Inscription, "Try this over on
RED CROSS ROOMS
TO BE REOPENED
Urgent Need for Winter Garments In
Helgluin HriiiRS Appeal for
(From Monday's Dnlly.)
Sowing rooms of tho Dend chap
tor or tho Red Cross will bo open
Wednesday afternoon nt 1 o'clock,
according to plans nnnounced today.
Mrs. E. P. Mahaffoy and Mrs. Horton
will bo in charge.
A Inrgo number or garments ror
winter wear by the Belgians have
boon on hand In n partly completed
stnto ror some tlmo, but work was
hulted by the Influenza epidemic,
Now that sowing can bo resumed, it
is requested thnt as largo n nuiubor
of women members or tho chapter
as poBslblo turn out to finish up tho
work on hand.
An nppcal has Just como In from
Rod Cross head qunrtors emphasizing
tho need for supplies of this kind.
COLONEL LEADER TO
LECTURE HERE SOON
Head of Htnto University Military
Training to Ho Invited Hero
for January in.
(From Monday's Dally.)
That Col. Lender, in chnrgo ot
mllltnry training ut tho University
ot Orogon, will speak In iDuud In tho
near futuro wob tho announcement
mado this morning by T. II. Foley,
president or the Commercial club.
A letter rocelvcd rrom tho extension
department or tho Unlvorslty states
that Colonel Loador will havo leisure
for locturo work this month, and tho
Commercial Club will ask that ho
appear bore on tbe fifteenth.
which tho directors wish to forco on
tho settlers. Thclrj.only dcslro is to
hnvo tho contract fully discussed and
understood thnt the settlers may vote
on It intelligently."
Following Mr. Thompson, II. II.
Do Armond dealt with tho proposi
tion, going Into detail on the subject
or thu amount or tho bond Issuo.
Tho sum of $200,000 was to bo paid
tho company In cash or its equiva
lent mid tho bond issuo had been
mado largo enough to provldo 11118
cash In case tho bonds wero sold at
a discount. In addition, Interest for
the first year and various expenses
connected with tho bond Issuo wero
J. J. Elllngcr. F.. K. IJutlcr and
Ocorgo L. IJrazca led in tho argu
ment against the bond Issue, taking
tho position thnt It would place a $6
mortgage on each acre or their lands
without corresponding valuo in re
turn and that It was wholly unneces
sary to buy rrom tho company now
what would bo turned over to the
settlers by operation or the Carey
act In less than two years. Specific
clauses of the contract wero ridiculed
by Mr. Kllinger, and Mr. lira zee
doubted tho value to tho district of
tho 4 COO acres referred to by Mr.
Other meetings for the discussion
of tho contract will bo held beforo
January 14, the date or the election.
TO EXPLAIN WORK
OF LOYAL LEGION
Lt. Hyphcr, U. H. Army, to Be In
Charge of Meeting Set for Mon
day Night at Gymunsluni.
(From Saturday's Dally.'
To explain tho work of tho Loyal
Legion, Lieutenant Sypher of 'the
U. S, army will arrive In Bend Mon
day and will conduct a meeting for
all who aro Interested In the work
ot the Loyal Legion In the Bend
Amateur Athletic club gymnasium at
8 o'clock the same evening. A tele
gram received today announced
Lieutenant Sypher's coming.
Pictures showing what has been
dono by the Loyal Legion in tbe
northwest will be shown nnd a lec
turer will further explain tho results
attained by tho organization.
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NOKTHWK8T MIDDIiKWF.IOHT TO
WltKSTIiK AI) OUHTAVO TO A
FINIHH IN HKNI) ON KVKNINO
OF JANUARY 10.
(From Frldny's Dnlly.)
Final arrangements for a wrest
ling match to bo held hero Friday
ovonlng, January 10, between Charllo
Olson, northwest middleweight
champion, and Ad Gustavo of Bond
wero completed this morning when
Olson and Tom Carton, representing
Gustavo, decided on the tlmo for tho
mat event. The mntch will bo tho
big attraction at a smoker which will
start at 8:30 o'clock
Olson has boon In Bend for tho
last two days, nnd yesterday at his
request, Mr. Carlon wired Gustavo
at Astoria. This morning Gustavo's
answer was received, expressing his
willingness to meet the champion,
and the time tor the bout wa quickly
With Olson's reputation through
out the northwest and tho showing
put up by Gustavo in his recent bout
here with Hindu Basanta, fans aro
assured of a contest ot unusual
interest. Olson started rigid train
ing today and declared that ho would
make 160 pounds by the night of the
match. Gustavo will -weigh 1G5
The champion is confident that he
will be able to win tho best two out
ot threo, but backers of Oustavo ex
pect that tho local man will give him
a tough run for his money, and may
even reverse th'.s prediction.
Tho match will be under Pollco
Gazette rules, no holds barred ex
cepting strangle The go will bo to
a finish, no tlmo limit being set.
BEND BOY IN ACTION
ON WESTERN FRONT
(From Saturday's Dally.)
A sharo In the fighting at St.
Mlhlel, on tho Argonne front, and at
Waughem, Belgium, was tbe ex
perience of C. C. Beach ot Bend in
tbe weeks preceding the signing or
the armistice, according to a letter
received by bis father. Jl. II. Beach,
recently. Ho Is attached to the 91st
division and has recently been pro
moted to a Borgeantcy.
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