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IIK.NI, DESCHUTES COUNTY, OUKGON, THURSDAY', JL'liV a, !! .
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BEND IS READY
4 FOR BIG TIE
"W CELEBRATION WILL BE
Pontile, I'iilrlullc Hxerrlir, Hlni-l
KHtr(M, Hull (Jiimc, lloro Rare,
i Holing, DiiiicImk mitl Mot lot
Will Rrmv IIIk t'nmd-i.
0:30 A. M. Piirado, K. I). Oil-
son, tnamhal of tlio ilny.
10:30 A. M. Patriotic uxor-
clscs, Hon. II. K. Mulkuy of
- Portland, orator of tlio day.
1'roxram iicur tlio Kyiuu-
- 1 to .1 I'. M.Sporls on lliu
3:tr. I' M. Hnsobull, Hond vs.
Ilutlory "A," H7lli fluid nr-
(;30 P. M Homo rncim on
7:30 P M IIoxliiK contests nt
tint Hand Amutmir Athlullc
j cluti'N gymnasium.
All-day iIiiiioIiik nt tlio Hippo
dromo nnd Slather's hull.
- Chautauqua, on Willi street ul
corner of Greenwood avenue.
- Movlu Iiouki'h running spedul
feature, nflernoon uud oven
Ily tonight uvurybody connected
with nond Victory Fourth of July
celebration wilt lit) ready to say
"Lot's go." Tlu utrrct corner
vendor of wfonlc mid buiiH, thu
lilt-tho-nlggur-lmby, d drown-lho-black-man,
tlin doll-baby man. all are
nro on tlio Job getting ready for
daylight Friday. Wmithor look
fnvorabli' for pink lemonndts that
liolnx the official ilrluk nowadays.
Tim committee In chnrgojut all tho
feature for tlio celebration havo nN
detail porfuctod. Ono of tlio busiest
men In thu connocllon In E. I). 011
(pii, who In In charge nt thu pnrudo,
nnd Is nnnoiiticInK olsowhoro In thin
pupor tho purado pro:rnin, showing
thu points of nHsumhlliiK. thu lino of
inarch uud such other dlrcctloim as
ho wishes to bir carried out on lmo,
It In caonlliil, uccordliiR to Mr. Oil
on, Mini ull who untor tho pnntdo
naacmlilo on or boforo 9 o'clock Frl-
duy mornliiK an tlmt vcry detail
with ruKnrd to tho formation tuny bo
In rcmllniiiH for iiiovIiik on not lutwr
than 9:30 n 'in. ThU Ih iivccary
hecaura It In dcilrcd that tlio pro
gram which foil own tho pnrnilo will
not bo. hold up.
(IihnI Addn-xi ProinUnl.
lmmodlntoly followliiK tho vnrndo
tho p roil rum will bo huld on tho
vacant k rou ml near tho ymnmilum.
At tills tlmo Hon. II, F, Mulkuy of
Portlnnd will nponk to tho pnoplo of
llfinl. Mr. Mtijkoy In roputcd to bo
ono nt tho moot ulouuuut npoukorH
In tho ntnto. IIu huu betm hoard In
llond boforo on tho occanlon of tho
, liriwIdnnOiil cnuipnlKn. Ho will no
XlouliL hiivo HomuthlnK woll worth
. whllo KlvliiK to the pooplo of Con-
tral OroKou nt this tlmo. Othor foil-
tureti of tho progrnm nro undor tho
llroctlon of Dr. J. 0. Turner.
Hport I'nKram Vnrlwl.
HoKlnuliiK promptly nt 1 o'clock,
(ho Htrout aportH for tho boys, Klrln,
mon nnd womuu will bo hold on Ilond
tttruot, Tho ovontH planned, with tho
prUuH to bo offorod, uro iih follows:
100-yurd dnflh for men, flrat $10,
fiocoml C; 100-ynrd dnah for boyH
findor 10, llrHt ?C, uocoml $2. BO;
(iO-yurd daiih for ladloa, nrst 5,
iiucond fS.GO; CO-ynrd daali for nlrlH
undor It!, llrst TG, aocond 2.60;
iihop race, flrat $5, nocoud J2.C0;
potato ruco, flrat B, hocoiuI $2. GO;
hop, Bklp nnd jump, flrat 5, aocond
2,r0; bloyolo rnco, first 10, second
?B; rolny rnco, 4 mon to team, $20;
tug'Of-wur, lC-mon teama, $75; 3-log
rnco, llrst $C, second $2.60; fly cast
liiK contest for dlatance, llrst $1C,
iiMfxid $G; for aocuracy, first $16,
tmomX $6; Klrla' horse rada, llrst
sic,, scQond $C; t,vo mon'a horse
(M, froo (or uii, qrsi ?, .asconu
(OoatUued oa last vf.)
PKIM'V A. 8Ti:V.KNH.
SeluctliiK tho naiiio of tho first
Ilond boy to kIvo his II fo In thu world
wnr, thu newly organized' iirunch of
tho Amorlcun I.oslon heft' decided
lust nlKht thut when u.iiiitUion for
n charter I sent In totptalo hond
quurtors It shall specify thut the
local society of soldiers, nulloninnd
mnrlnon shnll bo named t'Percy A.
Htovona Post." W
Tho soldier for whom ".no post Is
named was a student of tho IJciid
high school and enllstfd In tho 30th
oiiRluours In 1917, only to bo num
bered nmong tho Tusciinln victims a
short tlmo afterward.
Following thu adoption of by-laws,
tho post decided that olectlons of
permanent officers bo held at tho
meetliift next Monday nlK'ht. It was
nlso agreed thut an Information nnd
registration booth for service "Swmi
should bo established on tl(u Fourth
of July, In cinrKO of Frank H. Prince.
at lowest ebb
PIUCIW VAIIV, UUXXIXfJ AH 111(111
ah mv itmTiMomv wkatii-
Kit t.-6".N7)rri(lN'H IXIK MOST
Tho rollowlnR reports on tho con
dition of tho hay market In vnrlaus
points throughout tho northwest nro
furnished by thu U. S. department of
agriculture bureau of markets:
.-Spokane, Washington. Market
still quiet Sumo now alfalfa arriv
ing, but demand poor; bulng offered
nt $24; timothy from 'Hlfonsburg
district liolng offered at $33.
Seattle, Washington. Demand Is
at tho lowest point of tho sonson;
practically no llurfluess bolm; done.
I)uu to cxcullunt pastures, tho general
opinion Is that presunt conditions
will not Improvu for tvto or throo
wooks, lluyurs pot contracting
frooly for Yakima alfalfa- on account
of presence of chont. 8t6cks carried
ovor from last year nro reported
heavier thn tho curry over of thp
previous year, being about 12,000
tons Inftho Kittitas valley uud ubout
3000 t9Mv iHjho Ynklmn vnlloy
liukgjftjOjrKOH.Ha'lii nnd worm
wunthur ttoodud badly. ' Now crop nl
falfa In fltftek'; hut none being baled.
Jerome, Idaho. On account of
shortugo of wutor supply' for Irriga
tion, tho crop Is oxpeetcd to bo con
siderably below that of. laat year.
Shippers do not expect 'AJph "ur t0
movo from this district of prlcea bo
low $20 f. o. h. ,,., vs
llozomnu, Montnuu, Old crop of
fltnothy prnntlcally ono. n,nd ,now
crop will bo considerably "below that
of last yenr on nccount of drouth.
Tho timothy yield outsldu of tho Irri
gated districts will bu very short, A
Htrong advance In prices occurred
during tho woolc. x A
Qront Fulls, MontnVnn. Tho
wonthor continues hot and dry, mak
ing very poor prpspocts (or h second
cuttlivg of ulfiilfa. Irrlgutod 'lands
uro pructlciilly out of yutor, with
Jlrat crop of alfalfa ready to cut.
TNow ulfnltu, cholco quality, of(oroil
nt $30 to $31 laid down it Oront
Fulls from Idnho points. V tlniothy
TO HOLD MEETING
Tho annual stockholder' meeting
ot tho Doschutcs Vnlloy Potfttp
Growers' association wilt bo hold In
neumonu bmuraay, juiy o, iu s
o'clock in the afternoon.
FIND WORK IS
CENTRAL OREGON WAY
LONG VIGIL IS IN VAIN
Hlierirr INihrrU ami ('oiiktahlo NUon
Watch Itonds for Wtl(, hut I'lud
All Xortlihoiind Anton Kinpty
LIiuor May Ho Cached.
(From Mondny's Dally. J
After a week of patrolling tho
various roads of Central Oregon by
which It would bo possible to bring
liquor In from tho south, Sheriff 8. B.
Huberts nnd Constable I.. A. W.
Nixon havo come to the conclusion
thut tho whiskey running business
Isn't what It used to bo. Whcro
loads of liquid contraband were be
ing picked up a few weeks ago with
comparatively llttlo difficulty, tho
two officers didn't oven smell a
broken bottle, Sheriff Roberts re
ported on his return this morning.
HiiitiKKlcrV Itluk (Irrut.
Tho game Is no longer worth tho
candle, ono chronic bootlegger told
tho officials after they had stopped
his northbound cur nnd found It
empty. Two weeks before ho had
)ono to California with $6000 which
ho Intruded to Invent In n stock of
wot goods. Tho liquor was In Cali
fornia ull right, and It had dropped
GO pur cont. In price ou uccount of
tho rapidly approaching war-tlmo
prohibition, but close watch being
kept along all roads through Central
Oregon .by. county, statu, and Xedural
officials acted as a powerful dotor
rent, nnd thu man who had sot out
to bring In a record shipment do
elded to let tho stuff remain In Cali
fornia. , .
Much Liquor Thought' Oirliod.Y
Numerous tips wero given tho pf
flclals that loaded cam were coming,
but in ovory instunco Investigation
proved that tho Imagination of tho
Informer had merely been working
overtime. It is quite possible, Mr.
Itoborts states, that a numbor of
caches may have boon made in tho
vicinity of Ln Pino nnd Crescent
earlier in tho year, at a tlmo when
a largo share of tho curs making
tho hard trip from tho California
lino through Central Oregon wero
loadod with liquor, but ho bullevcs
(Continued on Last Pagu.)
SET NEW MARK
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Juno came Into Its own this year.
for tho llconso book In tho offlco of
County Clerk J. II. Huner showed n
total of 18 marrlago pormlta Issued
during tho month just past, tho larg
os t number mado out for any month
since tho county started doing bust
nesa in 1917.
On ono of tho licenses, Issued on
Juno 7, thoro has been no marrlago
roturn, but oven without this, Cupid's
efforts for tho month remain iwsur
pasaod. Twelvo couplos sought tho
ultnr in Juno, 1013, and nluo was tho
total for tho sumo month ot tho yoar
ALFALFA IS SHOWING
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Now ncrengo In Dosohutcs county
seeded with certified nlfalfa this
yoar la making oxcollont progress,
Is tho roport glvon out today by
R. A. Wurd, of tho First National
bnnk, by which Institution tho Bcod
A few hundrod pounds which tho
bnnk had In oxcosa ot tho demand
has boon turned ovor to tho Moro
county farm bureau, following thq
recblptl o tv lo(tor from Hoppnor
stnlluVflinC little certified seed wub
B. P.O. E. LODGE
E. P. MAH AFFEY NAMED
JURISDICTION IS LARGE
Flvo Cduiille Itpr;eiili'I In Sen
Orpuiljitlon Ilgc First to Do
Knrmetl In Htnto of Oregon
In Hcvm Years' Time.
.(From Saturday's Dally.)
Tho a youngest organization ot
Klkn formally mado Its cntranco Into
tho world last night, when Head
lodgo, No. 1371, IJ. P. O. B was in
stituted at tho Kmblcm club by Dep
uty District Grand Exalted Ilulcr Dr.
II, L. Toney of McMlnnvlllc, assisted
by Francis Galloway of Tlio Dalles,
nnd Frink Wort man of McMlnnvllIo.
Officers wero elected, E. P. Mahaf
fey being chosen an Exalted Ruler to
hoad the lodgo, preliminary business
mutters wero transacted, and within
nnothor two wooks tho organization
hopes to be working under a charter
Instead ot tho present dispensation,
ns Dr. Toney will urgo tho necessity
for this, when ho attends tho Grand
lodgo In Atlantic city next wcok.
' Kcrorxl U Unique.
Tho Ilond lodgo has the unique
record, as far as can bo learned, of
belngtho only lodgo over Instituted
in which nil of tho charter members
wero already Elks. Not only that, but
Its membership is probably drawn
from mora different lodges than any
othor previously instituted, for tho
68 names appearing on tho charter
aro 'representative ot 33 lodges
scattered all over tho .United Statcs;
It Is tho first Elks' organization to bo
formed in Oregon In seven years, and
the territory within Its Jurisdiction
Including Deschutes. Crook, Jeffer
son nnd,partOf. Lakoand Klamath
countlotl; Is estimate?! at moro than
Officers "nvho wero elected last
night to servo with Exalted Ilulcr
Muhaffey, nro as follows: W. C
Coopor, leading knight; Dr. J F.
(Turner, loyal knight; Judgo T. E. J
Duffey ot Prluovllle, lecturing
knight; J. U. Honor, secretary; W.
C. Illrdsall,' treasurer; E. L. Payne,
tyler; Denton G. nurdlck ot Hcd
mond, L. M. Foss nnd M. E. Gilbert,
trustees. Appolutlvo offices have not
yet been filled.
Flfty-oiKht ou Chnrter.
The othor numes appearing ou tho
charter nro: Dr. It. W. Hendershott,
Morwlu II. Horton, C. II. Mutz, J. J.
Wohlenburg, Dr. II. N. Mooro, Nor
man a.'-Jacobson, Stuart T. Fox, J.
F. Tnggnrt, Roy D. Sluto. A. 11.
Schrocdor, J. Charles Smith, Louis
Dorucckor, E. G. Hourk, J. Edward
Larson, S. E. Roberts, L. E. Dulglor,
W. II. ilcGrath, A. II. Trottlor, M.
Kroegor, A. E. Lilly, T. E. nack. Guy
Iitgram, Fred C. Fish." Ed. Dougherty,
Louis Dennett, Max Wurzwcllcr, L.
O. Taylor, Dr. J. II, Rosenborg,
Harry Q. Davis, Thomas J, Qulgloy,
W. II. Goorse, E. L. Clark, J. R.
Roberts, M. A. Lynch, H. M. Robert
son, Georgo G. Sedgwick, George C.
Truesdalo, E. II. Anderson, J. M. Her
bert, John J. Blow, F, W. McCaffory.
Joo La Marsh, W. F. King, E. L.
Payne, G. M, Cornett, Denton G.
Uurdick, Mntt Rubor, Irwin D. Davis,
Francis L. Wobstor and Leslie M.
HOME WEDDING HELD
FOR BEND COUPLE
Martin Paulson and .Miss Dorothy
Khlroiuan United by KcaiulL
iiuvinu Lutheran Past or.
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Miss Dorothy Sblromau, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs, Ira Rhlroman ot
nond, and Martin Paulson, an em
ploye of Tho Shovlln-Hlxon Com
pauy, woro united In murriugo Sat
urday night at tho homo ot tho
bride's paronts, Rev. Frederick Cor
nollusson ot tho Scandinavian Luth-
ornu church pronouncing the mar
Mr. und Mrs, Paulson will jnako
their home, In Deschutes addition,
First IJcutcnant Itrnndon, U. H.
Mnrlno corjw, of Konri, Oregon, rc
rchex DUUnguliihcd Scr-Ico Crow.
WATER IS USED
TWO THOt'HAXI) ACRES OWNED
11V JIlSHi: STIUKXS, GEORGE
AND MIKE .MAYI'IELD NOW IIK
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Water for 2,000 acres owned by
Jesse Stoarns, George and Mlko May
lold, aro now under water through
the ditches of tho former Morson pro
ject, according to E. L. Clark ot
La Pine, who is in the city today on
buslnozs. Practically all ot tho land
under tho dttcho is in cultivation,
sowed to timothy, clover and wild
grass. The crops In that particular,
according to Mr. Clark, aro in flno
Tho water turned into tho ditches
on this project Is the first tor tho
last two years.
FIRE IN TIBER
11URXIXG STUIl THROWN TO THE
GROUXD STARTS 1ILA7.B WHICH
COVERS 200 ACRES IX VICIX
1TY OF SISTERS;
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Carolessly thrown asido by some
camper or stock rider, a lighted cigar
stub started a small flro Iu the tlm
jbor in tho Sisters section' day boforo
yesterday which spread until it cov
ered sonto 200 acres nt tho time It
was roportcd to Supervisor N. G.
Jacobson ot thu Deschutes national
(forest lata ycbicrday afternoon.
A crow of 14 men had already
gathored at Sisters to await instruc
tions, and immediately went to work
undor tho supervision ot Ranger
H. E. Vincent, who was sent out from
tho Rend oMco, having tho flames
under control by 10 o'clock last
night. Damage done by tho. blaze. It
Is reported, consists chiefly ot tho
Hilling oft of young trees. Yellow
Pino timber ot Immediate marketable
value was practically untouched.
BEND SOLDIER TO
II. P. Crow Will Stay Indefinitely to
Demonstrate American IxKglni;
Methods to French.
(From WedHMday'a Daily.)
Air. and lrft) N. Crow havo
a letter froniltWr son, Hugh P.
Crow, who uoRbn with tho 20th
Engineers, since' h! enlistment In
December,, 1817, atattsg thRjt he re
ceived his -dlsclapge frowC the serv
Ico Juno 12, and ,haa accepted n po
sltllon with v9hq othg French buyers
ot United Stritw wachlnery r,sd In
Franco during the war, lie will re
main there indefinitely.
Ho has bo. chosen, to exemplify
for tho French, Amorlcan methods- ot
IS GIVEN D.S.C.
LT. CLYDE BRANDON IS
CITATION IS RECEIVED
Cited by Generals Pershing and re
tain I Hon of Mr. and Mrs.
K. A. IlraHdon Win
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Clydo Brandon, first nontenant.
United Slates marine corps, now with
tho American expeditionary forces,
left Salt Lake City, tho point ot hit
enlistment, late In 1917 with tha
marines. He was then a prlvato In tins
Training with tho the Sixth mar
ines for several months on tho west
ern front. Lieutenant Rranuon west
into action at Chateau Thierry, where
his organization mado a wonderful
record before the German hordes,
when tho fresh American forces were
thrown In to defend tho Chateau
Thierry sector. w
It was early In October thatjow
then Private Drandon rccelvetffkli
first notice. In an order stated at
tho General - headquarters ofKtHB
French armies ot the cast, the .fol
"With tho approval of tho commander-in-chief
ot tho American. ex
peditionary forces in France,' ' the
marshal ot Franco, commander-in-chief
the armies ot the east, cites la
orders of the regiment, Prlvato Clyde
Drandon, S2nd Co., Cth Marines.
"From October 3 to October 9,
1118, ho offered himself on several
occasions to carry out recoflaale
sances In territory swept by artil
lery and machine gun Arc and has
permitted tho establishment of eea
tinuous liaison. He has shown the
greatest quality of courago 'and
bravery. (Signed) PETAIN."
Following tho order from the
French headquarters thero waa Is
sued an order on May 1, 1919, from
the general headquarters ot the
Amorlcan expeditionary forces,' la
tho personnel division, decorations
department, which stuted:
"The commandor-ln-chlef, In the
nnmo ot tho President has awarded
the distinguished sorvlco cross to
the membora of your command,
shown on the attached list, far acts
ot extraordinary heroism described
after their names;
"Prlvato Clydo Drandon, th
marines; for extraordinary heroism
in action near St, Etienno, France, 3
9. October, 1918.
"For six days and nights, Private
Rrnudon, n battalion scout, worked
unceasingly )n supplying his batta
lion commander, with accurate infor
mation, repeatedly volunteering tor
hazardons reconnaissances over fire
awt'pt terrain, penetrating tho ene
mies Hues without, hesltatloa to ob
serve hostile positions, ami aWo es
tablishing liaison under conditions
ot exceptional difficulty,
"Homo uddress, E, A. Drandon,
father, Bend, Oregon.
"Ily command ot Genoral Pershing,
"F. L. WHITLEY,
Thoso acts-of horplsm brought to
tho then Private Drandon a promo
tion direct from tho rat, to tho com
mission ot second lieutenant, from
which ho was early promoted to the
rank ot first lieutenant, marine, corps,
which In tself is a nlpal Iiojior.
It Is uwlerstood hy his father, E,
A. Drandon, who is a farmer. Hettr
Deschutoa, that his son's promotion
Is one ot 63 of ltd kind made In the
Amorlcan expeditionary forces.;
Lieutenant Brandon will w re
turn to the United States wlth.hfcforf.
ganlzatlon and will likely be " wUH
his parents, Otto other son of, Mr. "i""
and Mrs. ItrandoH served with tho
Amerlean farms, in Krpa,'Cfcr)WMl
Floyd UramUHi", a ti'lH 'kftibj Mttfe
tenant brethe-r. Corporal Brutjip
seryed with th 43ti eowjMMJlnd
regtentr air sryjew, as' 'a Mtftehfutle.
H,e l new -v,ith )W parnt JsAlUnd,