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the bend bulletin.
1IISNI), DKHCIIU'lTH COUNTY, OKIUJON, 'J'llt'KHIMV, .MMMUV 110, Jl
Kllniliiaf Jon of Wnitn (Jrrntly Hlmjill-
lira I'rolili'iii of Iilvlnjfi Mo Hn)'N
IliildlM (Jitliwd In dm Wnr
Hliotiltl Not Ho I4)n(,
Tim following iirllclc, wrltlm
ntiill)' for till Imiu by tlm flrriil
food nilinliiUlmlor foi On'Koii, unit
nt rIlttitMl In riMiiiNft lo n miiirwt
from 'I'lio lliilli'llu for official Jnfnr
iiintloii In rrgiml to llm jMt-lclluni
MiiIiih of llm fiMxl roiiHcrviillon pro
Kriuii In IliU Nliilr.
lly W. K. ,V'wll,
Federal Food Administrator
Tim limit ground work for llm thrift
liulilt Is wiihIo prevention mid ticon
oniy In tlio household, Thin Iiiin boon
uploinllilly uxumpllfWid In tho food
connorvntlon results of thu pust two
yonr undur tho hIIiiiiiIun of patri
otic npponl nnd of educational work
donu on u hroiid scnlo by thu United
SliitcH food ndmlnlHlriitlon. Through
tlm patriotic contmrriitlon of food
ttiidnr thu OetniuitlH of wnr tho thrift
habit linn undoubtedly tiikun strong
hold In thu twimly Millions of fain
1 1 leu In thu United Ktatoa.
Thu Important thliw; Just now Is
not to I oo sight of (ho fact that
food cotmurvatlon lit Ht 111 tmodvd, fn
order that tho many millions of
people, victim of wnr and wnr con
dltlons nbrond, who nro now on scant
ration, tuny bu carried through
until tlm noxt hiirvi'Mt; also boar In
mind that tho habit of thrift Itmilf.
no conspicuously lackliiK In tho nvor
ngo American hotiNohold provlous to
thu war, to a valuable acquisition to
nny family nnd should not bo aband
oned and lost bncnuso tho Immediate,
prcunlng lined Is piMC -v
Many lleiieflts (Inlurd.
Habits of thrift undoubtedly ex
ert a dellnlto nnd Incalculably vnlu
nblu Influence upon thu character
bulldlnjt of thu young. Thin, nn well
ns tho Incldunlnl nnd very practical
pecuniary benefits, should bu taken
Into account by nil thoughtful
Looking back over thu food con
norvntlon experience of thu pust two
years, It will ho seen that little or no
real hardship has been suffered,
while on thu other hand many now,
varied and nnroeahlu flavors In our
foods havo been found; moru atten
tion has been given to tho proper
balance of- food values at family
meals, -with n consequent Improvo
jnenl'lu tho diet; a tnoro general and
more appreciative utilization of long
nogtoctod food nluffs and of tho less
expensive cuts of meats has resulted.
Many other benefits, almost too
numerous to mention, nro gonornlly
Thu economlo nrgument for food
conservation has been convincingly
proven In nlmost every American
liousuhold, nnd because thu saving of
food has In most cases also Jiionnt
tho substantial saving of money, this
Kood'hablt has tho npur of solMntur
st for Ha contluunnco nnd persist
ence In tho American household.
Tho ono thing which everybody
lias found to bo Indefensible la
wasto. It Is so palpably unsound a
practlca to pay for an nrtlclo nod
then throw part of It away, nnd wq
liava boon taught by tho wnr to ho
upproclnto tho Importauco of Btnall
units multiplied by tho mllllona of
our population, that It scorns quite
Improbuulu that wo should ovor
again bo ns thriftless n nation as wo
.-wore, Tho community nenso of
values Iwih boon highly dovolopod
nlnco our entrance Into tho wnr. Wo
have learned that If wu eliminate
-vvnsto wo nhall greatly simplify tho
' liroblom of living.
Lcmioii of N.elf-Deulal Taught.
Tho uolf-donlal Imposed by tho war
lum boon a vnlunblo oxporlouco for
ub all,' Wo probably would not havo
lenrnod tho lesson so quickly In any
othor way, Having loarnod tho
lesson, lot ub ho caruful to kuop It
dully In m I ad, and to liupruss If. up
on tho (loveloplng mliulH of our grow
ing children, so that thrift may ho
nu lugraliiod characteristic oC tho
-coming generation, Ilowovor pros
perous wo may becomo.ln tho futuro,
wo shall havo no oxcuao for wnuto.
IRRIGATION PLEA PITV EATUEDO
SENT FROM SALEM U 1 1 Ml IM5
Joint .Memorial Kmlorsliiif Hlunott
Hill mill Drsiliiifi's Project Now
on Way to Washington.
(From Monday's Daily.)
Replying to a request sent him
from thin county,' Htato Itopresnntn
tlvo Denton (1. llurdlck -wrote the
Hand Commercial club today from
Hnlum, stating liat a Joint memorial
ondorslug tho Hlunott bill nnd tho
Deschutes project has boon pnssud
by tho Oregon leglslaturo and Is al
ready on Its way to Washington.
Everything that can bu done In
securing backing In this statu for tho
cause of federal aid for Irrigation
has now been accomplished, T. II.
Foley, president of tho llend Com
mercial club, states,
(From Tuesday's Dally,)
That thu Htato Chamber of Com
merce Is starting n referendum on
tho question of tho Deschutes proj
ect was tun do known today In n com
munication received hero from
Portland 1y tho llend Commercial
IIUSRAND AND WIFE
DIE OF INFLUENZA
(From Monday's Dully.)
Word has been received from Port
land by friends hero of tho denth
from Inllueuxn of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A.
Ilenthman. Mr. Heathninn was
formerly holder of thu boating con
cession at Sullies lake.
CLOTHES ARE NEEDED
BY BEND RED CROSS
Thoro hnvo been several calls on
tho Ited Cross for shoos nnd clothes.
Anyone who has shoes nnd clothes
to dispose of please leave them ut tho
Itcd Cross room, Minnesota street,
around tho corner from tho post-office
I II II I VI
HTIIKKT IMPllOVIJMKNT IV M'.SU
TO 1113 KMI'IfAHIZni) TIIIH VIMIl
COMMITTKKH O V VOVSVlli
MAKK HUIIVKV OP SKKDH.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
To formiilute a definite program
of city work for tho year standing
committees of tho Hand city council
nro holding meetings this week and
endeavoring to mnko accurate siir
voys of tho city's needs. .'Jtrcnt Im
provement will tjo emphasized this
year, Mayor J. A. Hastes states, and
this will bo douo under tho Ilancroft
bonding net to distribute tho cost
ovor a period of ton years, Instead
of having tho entlro expense fall on
tho taxpayer at ono time. Already
thu street committee has virtually
determined on tho Improvement of
HI. Helens drive, a cinder surfacing
nnd tho construction of sidewalks
along tho vmd being 'favored.
Tho health committee will bo con
cerned largely this spring with tho
clean-up campaign outlined at tho
Inst council meeting, while the public
property committee Is considering
what action will bo best In regard to
tho city disposal plant.
Clyde Warnstaff to
face court martial
(From Monday's Dally.)
A trial before n general court
martial on tho charge or desertion
has been recommended In tho caso
of Clyde Warustaff, arrested recently
near Chlloquln b' Sheriff 8. B. Hob
oris, according to word Just received
from headquarters nt Vnncouvor
barracks, where Wnrnstaff Is confined.
MRS. BAILEY TO
GET NEW TRIAL
FiNM.vuH iv nncmr rorirr iti:-
VKIWKI) IV SKVHATIOVAIi HOIU
IlKItV CAHK, ATT0HVK1 J'OR
DKKKVDA.Vr MJA UVH.
(From Tucsday'd Dally.)
That Mrs. J. J. Unlley, formerly
convicted of robbery In tho circuit
court of Deschutes county, has an
other chancu to provo her Innocence
was learned by her attorney, Iloss
Farnham, todny, when ho received
word that tho supromo court of Ore
gon had handed down nn opinion re
versing thu findings of the lower
court nnd remanding the defendant
for n now trial.
Mrs. Halloy had been brought to
llend only a few days ngo nnd sur
rendered by her bondsman, Henry
I'atjens of Grass Vnlley. Deputy
Sheriff Heeder of Wasco county ac
companied them. According to tho
story told by tho deputy and Mr.
I'atjens, Mrs. Dalley had taken
stryehnlno a fow days before, but
hadiccn saved by prompt first nld
BEND CITY RECORDS
TURNED OVER TODAY
Hugo Pile of Documents, IleprcKcnt
hit; Ofllclnl Transactions Klnco
11)01, In Collection.
fFroin Friday 'b Dally.)
City records dating from tho In
corporation of llend In 1904 to. tho
and of 1918, wcro being turned over
to Ilccordcr D. H. Peoples today by
H. C. Kills, who occupied the posi
tion during tho last 12 years. Closo
to n million documents, weighing
nearly a ton, wore Included In the
IS CLEVER COMEliY
"Olrl of IIiikIo ICmich," to Appf-ar
Boon ut Oymnnslum, Will llrlnj'
Joy to Play Lover. i,
(From Tuesday's Dally.) J
"Tho funniest play on tho road,"
That Is tho description glren to tlio
western comedy, "Tho Olrl of Eagle
Itunch," whlcn appears at tho rfth
lotlc club on Friday, Fcbruaryjp7.
Tho play Is glvon for tho bonoflf of
the Bend public library. ,
Mrs. B. Sf. Thompson, who b?
charge of tho tickets, has placed them
on salo at all of the drug stores; 'in
llio business district and tho irro
corlcs in Kenwood. A number of In
dividuals havo agreed to dispose, of.
a certain number and cvoi Indica
tion points to a crowded house. Re
served scats are on salo at Jeed ?
Horton's only. General admission
Is 2f and 3 5" cents, reserved CO cents.
Tho following musicians 'havo of
fered their, services In connection
with tho production: Mm. M. If,
Horton, Mm. Iva-Ward, Alex. Eggle
stone, Ashley Forrest, Dr. Kotcbum
and Mr. Halvcrson. .,,.
Tho comtnlttco In chargo of tho
program Is Miss M. E." Coleman and
ECONOMY IS GOAL OF
Many Hills Heck to Holvo Itrturncd
Holdlcr Problem Ilcml AV1I1 ifavo
Important PInce In Iload l'ro-
((mm ns Sow Planned.
Mrs. C. A. O'Dricn.
FOR NEW POSITION
Official Notification Kccclvcd froii
Governor Will Hccomo District .'
Attorney Haturtlny. ""'
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Official notification from Oovorhor
Withycombo of tho appointmenVTof
A. J. Mooro of this city to succeed
H. H. Do Armond, resigned, as dis
trict attorney was received last night
by Mr. Mooro and Mr. Do Armond.
Tho new district attorney has already
Jakon tho oath of offlco and will jp-
sumo hla official duties Saturday.,,.
OGGING and Lumber Concerns, Con
tractors, Communities and Municipalities
proposing or projecting Logging, Land Clearing Rec
lamation, Irrigation, Road and Highway Building
will find in this Government Sale an uncqualed oppor
tunity to procure Machinery and Equipment.
SEALED BIDS will bo received on these listed materials, until 11 A.
M. Saturday, February 15th, and thereafter opened at tho Headquarters
of tho United States Spruce Production Corporation, Yeon Building- Port
Personal inspection" of materials is invited to bo made nt Assembling
Dopot, Vnncouvor Barracks, Vancouver, Washington, by securing Creden
tials from Sales Board at Headquarters, Yeon Building, Portland.
For Terms, Dcscriptivo Cataloguo of Materials and Placing of Bids,
United States Spruce Production Corporation
Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon
Logging, Hoistingana Loading
Smith &. Watson,
Sizes rangins from
13-in. x 14-ln.
20-lb. Rclayer .... C84 Tons
20-lb. New .i 40 Tons
35-lb.' Hclayer .... 2G Tons
40-lb. Kelaycr .... 147 Tons
45-lb. New 1727 Tons
4Mb. Rclnycr .... 499 Tons
C4-lb. Rclayer .... 50 Tons
60-lb. New 2581 Tons
67tt-lb. New 5030 Tons
80-Ib. New 2010 Tons
Geared and Rod, SG to 70-Ton.
Shays, New Yorks, Baldwins,
Hcislers, Climax, etc.
Connected and disconnected,
60,000 to 80,000 capacity.
Packards, .1U to 6Ton
Standards, IM to 5-Ton
Darts, lW-Ton, Denbys, 2-Ton
A. C. ELECTRIC MOTORS
440-volt, 3-pliasc, G0-cyclo,
3 to 75 51. f., with or
Other Machinery and EJ
Equipment for Sale m;
Tho Sales Board Reserves
tho riKht to accept or
reject all Bids.
(SptcUI to Th nulletln.)
SALEM, Jan. 30. Tho big ques
tions around which tho present legis
lature Is rcTolTltig, nnd nround which
It will rovolvo until tho end, havo
becorao clearly mnpppcd out with thu
progress of tho third weak of tho
session, and some predictions ma
bo made In a general way as to Just
what the present leglslaturo may
hope to accomplish boforo it shuts
up Its doors for the blcnnium.
Following aro tho big factors
which stand out abovo all others
and which no doubt will be tho nam
and substanco of big legislative
Financial Meeting tho problems
put up to tho solons by tho six per
Reconstruction. Caring In soma
satisfactory and feasible way for tho
returning soldiers and sailors, par
ticularly, who must be absorbed
back Into civil life.
flood Roads. Tho preparation ot
a highway program to carry out tho
proposal set under foot when tho
people enacted tho $6,000,000 bond
Issuo into law.
Consolidation. Tho cutting Jown
of useless commissions nnd tho elimi
nation of duplications la work Ly tho
merging of activities among tho
various state functions.
Other IltR Factors
Thcro are other big leglslatlvo
features aside from those, such as
handling tho workmen's compensa
tion act and placing It on a new
basis. Tho Industrial accident com
mission has grown to bo tho biggest
of all state activities, and this in It
self Is an Immenso problom, but one
which seems to bo fairly well on tho
road to solution, ns all members ot
tho leglslaturo are now virtually
agreed that state, aid must bo re
moved and that tho application of tho,
compensation act should bo made
Tho state aid will bo removed for
two years at least, that is certain.
and the other features ot making tho
act compulsory will probably bo
thrown over to tho people for their
decision. Whether or not state aid
will bo permanently removed wlfl
also probably be left up to tho pec
plo. Tho question ot flttlng tho election
laws to meet the constitutional
amendment providing for elections
In cities and towns being held nt tho
same time as general state elections
Is also another moro minor Issuo
which this leglslaturo will have to
take caro of. This Involves some
rather careful "handling It details, but
it has becu determined that it is up
to this session to oil the machinery
to make tho amendment workable
for all tlmo.
Finance Iich.i Involved.
To take tho big problems up briefly
ono by ono, It may be said in the first
Instance that the financial problem
Is well along toward solution. The
ways and means committee now has
about $1,000,000 cut off from the
budget requirements with a long
road yet to follow, and many placed
where slicing may be done along tha
road. In cutting out these things
It may bo remarked that tho higher
educational Institutions aro going to
bo kept very nearly down to an
actual mlllago basis by tho present
session. Very tow new buildings will
bo allowed tor any stato Institutions
nnd ji number of seomlngly useless
(unctions will bo dono away with,
Tho work ot tho wuys and mean
commltteo may bo entlroly upset it
somo radical sort ot a consolidation
program comes along and requires u
gonoral readjustment, but whatever
occurs, the commltteo now has thq
situation well enough In baud so
that for actual stato needs, us set out
lntho budget, it will bo ablo to keep
the leglslaturo Inside of tho amend
ment. Ot course, it tho legislature
Insists on enacting a scad of approp-
rlatton bills outside, of tho budget
requirements, that will bo another
story, as Kipling remarks, and there
(Continued on page 7.)
(Continued on Pago Six.)