The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, May 15, 1919, WEEKLY EDITION, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    PAGM S
BKNI BULLKTIN, BKNW. ORBGON, THURHDAY, MAY IB, 11
NA TON'S PINE
IS GOING FAST
lmo.Yi) rnooiuM to htkm tidk
OK DKSTItUOTIOX IS CALLK1)
FOK BY CK1KF FOKKSTKB OV
UNlTi:i STATES.
(From Tuosday'a Dallr.)
(Ily UnltoJ Vrtoa to The fond Uulttttn.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 13.
Branding tlio lack of a national forest
policy ns ono of tho greatest dangors
facing tho country today, Col. Honry
8, Graves, chief forester of tho Unttod
States and a rlco president of tho
American Forestry association, called
for a broad program that Includes
prlrato ns well as public forests.
"Wo havo hardly begun to atom
tho tldo of forest destruction," says
Colonel Graves la calling attention
I J to these tacts.
! Tho bulk of tho original supplies
' of yellow plno in tlfb south will be
exhausted in 10 years.
Within tho next flvo to seven years
more than 3000 lumber, manufactur
ing plants In tho south will go out
of existence.
Douglas fir Is now being shipped
from tho Pacific coast statos to New
England, onco self-supporting In
lumber.
Tho forests of tho battle areas in
Franco and -Belgium havo been de
stroyed. In England about 450,000
acres of forest woro cut down for
war-tlmo noods. Tho American
Forestry association has provided a
fund for helping England roforcst
this area and is calling upon tho
people of this country to aid In re
foresting France, Dclglum nnd Italy.
Thoso cquntries, tho American For
estry association pointed out, should
be a great lesson to tho United States.
Tho American need of forest con
servation Is great and tho future
welfare of many Industries depends
on it.
INGRAM IYS $5 FOR
BREAKING SPEED LAW
Sheepman Admlta Ho Was Exceeding
Limit Whon Arretted by Night
Officer Frank L. Kalp.
f (From Tuesday's Dally.)
J Arrested by Officer Frank L. Kulp,
vGuy Ingram, wealthy Central Oregon
sheepman appeared In police court
this morning and pleaded guilty to
a charge pt driving his auto boyond
tho speed limit. Ho was not cor
Uin how fast he had been going but
was willing to tako Officer Kulp's
word that bis speed was excessive.
Ho paid a flno of $G, expressed his
gratitude to tho court for the light
fine, and doparted.
PHOTOGRAPHS" SHOW
SCENIC BEAUTIES
As n demonstration of what can
be dono in tho way of stimulating
travel through Bend by means of
outside tourist agencies, W. C. Bird
sail, manager of tho Pilot Butto Inn,
has assembled a series of typical Cen
tral Oregon scenes, 16 In number.
Similar views will bo sent to Salt
Lako City, If It is decided by tho
Commercial club to establish a tour
ist agency there.
PONT OVERLOOK YOUR
F
The First National Bank of Bend
Bend, ::::::; Oregon
t
K.C.T0
WIDEN
SCOPE OF WORK
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE FOK HIS
CHAHOKI) SOLDIERS, SAILORS
AM) MAKlNKSTIiANNKl) NEW
MEMBERS JOIN COUNCIL.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
That an omploytnont sorvlco will
bo started In 110ml In tho near fu
ture under tho direction of tho
Itnfghts of Columbus, as n develop
ment of tho Avar work of that organi
zation, was tho announcement today
of John F,. Arnold, secretary of tho
Bend council. Tho employment sorv
lco will bo for nil mon returning
from tho army, navy and marine
corps.
Twenty-nino now members woro
added to tho local organlAitlon Sun
day, whon Initiation in tho first throo
degrees was held under tho direc
tion of F. J. Lonorgan, state deputy.
Among other visiting mombors woro
Pat Bacon, grand knight, of tho
Portland council; John Murphy nnd
Stanley Bacon, both jot Portland,
and J. J. Donovan, past district
doputy of Washington.
Tho initiates wore as follows: C.
C. Burns, Con Breen, Gus Chlsholm,
Blalno Devers, L. J. Do Carufol,
Michael Daly, George Hughes, C. G.
'Meagher, Archlo McDonald, Philip
Schmidt, J. Whltakor, John Cronln,
John Driscoll, Dan Hourlgnn, Dave
Kolly, Joe La Marsh, Henry Llnster,
John T. Meyer, Pat Mogan, Jorry D.
O'Conncll, Louis Rosengart, John
Stolnkemp. G. R. Pauly, M. It. Sulli
van, Fred A. Woclflcn, Bnrnoy Tc
kempa, Jlorman Tekcmpa, Jamci
Tlorney, J. P. O'Callaghan.
ALL IS READY'FOR
TRI-COUNTY MEET
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
MADRAS. May 13. Tho annual
Central Oregon school day of Crook,
Deschutes and Jefferson counties
will bo held May 17 at Madras. Tho
usual contests havo been arranged
for, and a largo attendanco Is ex
pected. Tho opening ovent will be a tennis
tournament at 9 a. m., and tho high
school declamatory contest at 8 p. m.
will close tho day. Track events
promise to be especially Interesting
this year. Gold medals will bo
awarded as first prizes.
Tho Prlnevlllo high school band
will be in attendance, and tho Glee
club of tho Bend high school will
furnish soveral numbers for each
Indoor program. A moving plcturo
show will bo a leaturo of tho after
noon. POOR SANITATION
ALLEGED IN CASE
(From Friday's Dally.)
Charged with violation of tho dis
orderly conduct ordinance by allow
ing drainago water to run back under
a houso on Hawthorno avenuo for
which ho is agent, J. M. Lawrence
appeared beforo Police Judge Peoples
yestorday evening nnd entered a plea
of not guilty. Ho said that tho placo
had been cleaned up and was now
in good condition. The cage was
continued pending further Investigation.
VERYONE seems ready to admit that Cen
tral Oregon is not a hog country. This
statement is more or less true. But is that
a good reason why many of our farmers ,
are paying bUc a pound for their bacon?
There is a place on every forty acre farm for at
least one hog, Dont misconstrue this to mean
ten, but every farmer should raise enough pork
for his family.
Consult your neighbor who raised his own
, pork last year, or consult us.
THE BANK OF SUPERIOR SERVICE
WANTS TRUCKS
FOR DESCHUTES
W. C. lllUDSAl.1i URGES THAT AC
TIOX RE TAKEN WITH HIGH.
AVAY COMMISSION TO SECURE
SHARE OF EQUIPMENT.
(From Tuesday's Dally,)
Anxious that Deschutes county
shall promptly rccolvn'tts full shnrn
of tho war department nuto trucks
nnd trailers which nro to bo turned
over to tho slates for road work,
W. C. lltrdsall of this city urged to
day that recommendations ho mado
at onco to tho stato highway commis
sion lo Insuro tho proper amount of
equipment of this kind being sent
hero.
At tho last session of tho Oregon
legislature Mr. Blrdsall suggested,
and was largoly responsible tor, the
passage ot Memorial Bill No. 1C,
which suggested tho division ot
government trucks among the vari
ous states to stimulate highway con
struction and Improvement.
THREE ARIES
TO HONOR DEAD
. A. R., SPANISH WAR VETERANS
AND MEN WHO SERVED IN"
WORLD WAR TO ATTEND ME
MOHIAL DAY SERVICES.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Whlto haired members ot tho
Grand Army ot tho Ropubllc, who
woro tho bluo In tho Civil war,
mlddlo aged men who served In tho
war with Spain, nnd youthful veter
ans ot tho world war will sit togothor.
representing America's oldest and
youngest armies, when Memorial day
service's are held la Bend on tho
morning ot MayWjjgrhe Decora
tion day program will be held at the
Bend Amateur Athletic club gym
nasium, and will bo largoly in chargo
of tho churches of Bend. .
EARLY SETTLER SAW
NO CHANCE FOR CITY
C. E. Parker, Land Owner Were Up to
10OJ, Foresaw No Development
for Half a Century.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Although onco, tho owner ot tho
land on which a part of Bond now
stands, C. E. Parker had no Idoa
that a city would tako tho placo ot
his ranch tor CO years nt least, ho
told Fred Lockley, special writer for
tho Orogon Journal, according to a
Btory appearing In tho Portland pub
lication. "I used to own tho land on which
Bend Is now situated," Mr. Parker
said. "On Octobor 23, 1904, I was
married, and so far as I know this
was tho first marrlago that took
placo on tho alto ot tho present city
ot Bend. I sold my placo becauso I
didn't Imagine that thero would bo
a city thoro for CO years, but I was
mistaken."
FRIEND PIG
CITY RECEIVES
ELLIS' CHECK
FlNAIiv AUDITING OK BOOKS
SHOWS NO ASSETS REMAINING
IN FAVOll OF FORMER IMC
CORNER, AND PAYMENT MADE.
(Front Thuradny'a Dally.)
Following u final exporting ot tho
hooka ot former City Recorder II. 0.
Kills, n chock for $380.25, tho
amount still duo tho city, was1 drawn
by Mr, Kills nnd handed to Max Cran
dall, accountant, on whoso financial
roport was baBod tho ordor mado by
tho city council Monday night for
an Investigation ot Mr. Kills' ac
counts. Tho ways and moans com
mlttoo ot tho council, with City At
torney C. 8. Benson, Is expected to
audit tho formor recorder's book
tonight.
On April 1C ot tho present year,
I3C04.31 was turned In by Mr. Kills,
nnd as to tho balanco ot f 380.26 still
owed tho city, ho deferred payment,
ho explains, bocause ot a $221 Itom
tor salo of cemetery lots In 1017,
which ho was not certain hnd boon
Included in 4I10 accountant's report.
Yestorday afternoon ho was In
formed by Mr. Crandall that this
amount was already Included In' tho
roport submitted to tho council, nnd
tho paymont of tho $380.25 followed.
FEAR IS FELT FOR
5 MILLION BONDS
(Continued from Pagq 1.)
sufficient numbor of men to harvest
tho crops, according to reports roach
Ing Salem.
With thesa conditions gonoral
about tho stato, tho ponplo aro go
ing to hesltato n long tlmo beforo
thoy vota to spend $5,000,000 on
publle buildings, especially whon
thoy know that tho main purpose
in spondlng this money Is to provide
employment for returning sorvlco
men.
It is true that tho labor market
will be soriously depleted this fall
It tho impending shutdown of Port
land shipyards becomes a realty,
but unless thoro Is a markod change
In conditions gcnornlly tho volent ot
Oregon may defeat tho reconstruc
tion program.
To Make Whirlwind Campaign
In tho whirlwind campaign they
Intend prosecuting between bow and
June 3, tho reconstruction commit
too .will point out that labor condi
tions aro certain tobocomo serious
within tho next tow months, and
thoy will appeal -to tho voters to
provide n solution to a serious prob
lom which Is certain to arlso. If
theso arguments aro driven homo
with sufficient forco, tho bond meas
ure may bo saved from defeat.
Tho ono referendum measure
which appears to bo cortuln ot adop
tion by tho peoplo on Juno 3 Is tho
market road bill, which provides a
1-mlll tax levy for ninrkot roads ex
clusively. The rural communities,
naturally, aro unanimously In favor
of this bills, as It will provldo farmers
with hotter roads to tho markets.
And urban business Intorosts also
favor Its passage becauso It means
TWO FEAR IS FELT
Increased prosperity for everybody
to provldo good roads for tho
farmers.
Hurley Kill Fnrorrd.
1110 Hurloy bill to guaruntoo In
torost by tho stato .on Irrigation dis
trict bonds nlsp.appeqrs to meet with
general favor and undoubtedly will
bo approved by n heavy majority.
Tho fato of tho Koosovolt high
way bond issuo probably Will not be
determined until the last vote Is
counted. ' Tho coast counties are
making a sweeping campaign In all
parts of the stato In an effort to havo
tho bill approved, but they aro meet
ing with strenuous opp6sltlon in a
numbor of Eastern Oregon counties
and In othor sections of tho stato,
Too many persons feel that It Is
nothing more than a highway for
automobllo tourists and will havo
no commercial valuo,
OIcoU-Hoff Cnso Up.
Mombors of tho stato supreme
court returned this woek from their
Homl-nnnunl session ut Pendleton,
and thoy aro now turning their at
tentions to tho OlcotMIoff mandamus
proceedings, which are to determine
Oovornor Olcott's right to roslgn as,
secretary of stato and appoint his
successor to that offlco.
This case has attracted mora (n
torost than any other case coming
beforo the stuto's highest tribunal
'or many years, and a numbor of thq
stato's foremost constitutional law
yors havo tiled briefs as frlonds of
the court. It Is expected that the
court will band down Its decision,
the latter part of this month,
Put it la "THS BUlLBTIN,
. r -i
Extra Values
in Shirts !
We have had a tremendous business
in Men s Dress and Work Shirts.
Theres a reason one glance at our
window will convince you that we
have the real Values.
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS in fibre .silk and nil the
new materials. Can give you soft or laundered culls.
11 big assortment to choose from, QO i GA QO
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS in n big assortment of
stripes Call the new things) at prices that will mean
.dollars to you. Can give you the 7Q fn CQ QC
plain or military collar, at 3C U yo.UO
MEN'S HEAVY BLUE WORK SHIRTS, 7Qr
A Real Value. All sizes, at 'L
J. C. Penney Co.
SfcrU
New
11)7 BUSY
CUulAvd adrrttin fhr rr ! 10
ttnU for 19 woriU or ). On rnl ft
went tvr all otrrr 19. Alt (UualAol adnrlUIn
Ulctlir cuh In ilriw
FOR BALK.
FOR SALE 1C0 acres of Rood land
near Lowor Bridge, Oregon. Kor
further particulars, address Wal
ler B. Mooro, Terrebonne, Orogon.
Box 144. DS-lOp
FOR BAM-: 48 head ot cattle, Dur
ham and whltufnce, 150 por hend.
Georgo Monkennialor, Fremont,
Ore. G3-10-12p
FOR SAUK Ono Durham cow, mllk
Ing, $70; ono Kcd Polo cow, $CS;
one Jorsoy holfor, J3D; two red
ateor calved, $G0, W. N, liny,
Tumalo, Ore, ... CMO-llc
tf6lt BALK Cholco Nottcd Oom
' need potatoes; also ono Joraoy
jOuernBoy cow, frcnh I wo weeks.
C. II. Hatch, Tumalo, Ore.
30-0-1 lp
FOIl BALY: Bcod ryo, cleaned; de
livered In Hend. Wrlto or phono
I', A. Dovom & Son, Tumnto, Or.
Gl-Stfc
FOK SALE Tho heat buy In Contrnl
Orogon. 120 acres, inllu Iron)
heart of city of Hend. A. I),
Morrill, Glutton, Ore. 5 1-8-1 lp
FOR SALE Two room houso and
ono ot best Rardon lotn In city nt
IJand. Soil dcop und well fertil
ized. Worth I4G0 hut will rnicrl
flco for 32G, $126 down, balanco
term. Add reus box 726, Hend, for
appointment. II
WANTKI.
WANTED Man to work on ranch,
$C0 per month with board. Tele
phono 4-F-2D mornings or even
ings. C7-7tfc
WANTED Wo will call nnywhoro,
any place, any tlmo, to look at
your used furniture Lot us know
what you havo. Wo pay cash, Tho
Standard Kurnlturo Co. t7-49tfc
LOHT.
LOST One hay horso branded a on
left Jaw, olght years old, weight
about twolvo hundred, heavy
mane lays on both sides ot neck,
Is heavy 'honed, shows somo Clyde.
Last hoard "of north ot Slstors,
Ono brown maro about nlno yeara
old and weight about 000 lbs,, lias
abort tall; last hoard ot near Hend.
Reward paid for roturn ot theso
horsoa to II. T. Hartley, Tunmlo,
Phono 104. 32-0-l2p
BTRAYED to Caldwell's, G miles east
of llond, 1 long 2-year-old black
stallion; 1 black yeurllng (Illy, 1
brown two-year-old maro. Ownor
may havo samo by paying dam
ages and costs. T, C. Merchant.
18-0tfc
LOST Rod cow, branded J lazy 8
on loft hip, crop In right ear and
under slopo In right. Taken In to
feed Noy. 1st, 1018, Owner notify
II, A. Bcoggln, Tumalo. 11-0-llp
STRAYED OR STOLEN ., Drown
wart), uranueu oar ut on each
shoulder; sorrel colt, white fore
head, year eld, branded uamw, $10
reward, V, Dykstra, BeniL
( 93-Dp
.'
it
k Means
. Pillars
lo Yea
STORKS
W. U. Supervisor
States the Facts
llnxik Hnyn Tnnlao I In Ovrrromn
UN Trouble IcrU l.lkn
n Sew Man.
"My wlfo obtained such satisfac
tory results from Tanlao that I tried
It myself and I havo gained ton
pounds nnd feel like n now man,"
said J, W. Brooks, traffic superin
tendent for the Western Union Tele
graph Co. at Dallas, Tex., and llvlm;
at 1732 Hickory street, that city.
"When I began taking Tanluc," ho
continued, "I was suffering from n
stubborn raso of stomach trouble,
tho result of an attack ot acuta Indi
gestion I had several years ago, I
had an nwful pain across my back,
nnd was so nervous und worried
about my kidneys that I could hardly .
sloop at all, I suffered from rheuma
tism In my Ickh, my feel would swell
and I was tired und languid all tho
tlmo. I was badly run down, lost
weight, strength and energy nnd noun
of tho medicines I look did mo any
good.
"After using Tanlao for a short
tlmo I bogan to pick up and kept
Improving till now my rheumatism
Is nil gono, tho pains havo disap
peared from my back und my kid
neys don't worry mo like thoy did,
I hnvo u flno appetite nnd can eal
anything I wnnt without suffering ut
ul from Indigestion, my sleep Is
sound nnd restful nnd I get up In tho
morning feeling flno."
Tanlao Is sold In Bend by tho Owl
Drug Co., In Sinters by Cleo. F.
Altkon, nnd In Bend by Hortoii Drug
Co. Adv.
REPORT HANK ROBBER
IN CENTRAL OREGON
Max Lmtls, Ono of Thrro Men Who
l,ootMl Wushougu! Bank, May V
Bo In Hiding Near Bend,
(From Tuesday's Daily,)
That Max Lewis, ono of tho three
mon who recently looted tho Wash
ougol, Washington, bank, may .bo In
hiding In this section was tho Infor
mation rocolvod today from Portland.
No ulueH ot any kind In connection
with tho caso had boon found up to
lato this uftornoon by city or county
authorities,
DOSE OF BITTERS
LASTS 36 HOURS
(From Tuesday's Dally) "
Thlrty-slx hours after taking two
bottles ,of blttoru, Fred Kosbud, local
tlo contractor, appeared beforo
Pollco Judgo Pooplofl this morning
and declarod Hint, hfeit much bol
ter. Ho uIho paded igulity to a
ohurgo of drunk)iBMLHni disorderly
conduct nnd .was ImRhI $'0, double
tho lost flno (mj)old on him on it
similar charge. ' " f"
FiMibad was allowed one' flay In
whlalj to rulsohulf ot the 30 ,wW
the1 stipulation that the remaining
II t is to bo pajd Vy the end of tho
mppth.
A WJ. j
M vl I'M
ii
rse. ts .MH'jraOVX "API hi' W
1 '