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TO ADVANCE IN
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
, PASS RESOLUTIONS.
C60L IS CHIEF ISSUE
'nmmltten to Prrnt Objections to
Intrrxtnto C'onunriro CmiiU
Mon -letting of IKmil ion-
trnr( In County Urged.
Protesting tiRitltiHt tint proposed
cent a pnunil ndvoncu on llm frolght
Sato on -wool shipments from Oro
ion, Idaho nml Washington point,
to tlio t, tho "t""1 Commercial
club, t H weekly hchsIoii yesterday
noon ituthorUudhn appolutmonl of
it committee toVdratt resolutions to
bo presented, to tho Intorstuto com
mcrco commission t Hh meeting In
Portland on August (J. Tlio action
was tnkon on a motion ly A. Wills
nnnl. after tlio subjocl hod boon
introduced by E. P. Mnhaffoy Mom
ler of tlio resolutions committer
iiro Mr. Mnhnrfoy, C. 8. Hudson nna
A. M. Prlnglo.
Tlio contemplated rulse, uccordlng
to n circular Kent out by tlio United
fitntoii railroad idlmlnlstruflon, Is to
liij tnndo becaifso of tlio lack of
wntor compotltlon, but tlio stand
taken by Mr. Mnhaffoy, and upbold
by tlio club, U tlint wator competi
tion 1 present, but U Inoffoctlvo
because of iBck of ships.
In connection with tho visit of
Hlownrt Kdwnnl Whlto to Uond, It.
A. Ward roportod that tbo famous
nuthor la woll Impressed with thla
Kcctlnn of tlio country, atid has
promised to give Rend and'tho'tot'
rltory surrounding favorable pub-
llclty. . ' '
H. J. Overturf brought up the
HUhJoct of road construction, and
the roads comralttea was Instructed
to meet with tho state highway
commission and tnko Map to swi
that contracts for road Jmtldlng Ih
Deschutes county, whlek" should
Jiuvo bcon lot oarly thla mwh, are
- On tho motion of A. Whlsnant,
tlm road comralttoo was author
ized to moft with tho county court
to nsk that tho old road leading (o
(ho Ico cavo Just beyond Lava butto
tio mado nvnllnblo to tourlita.
TO SEE LAKES
Mil. AND MRS. HTKWAllT ED
u'AHIl WHItt'i: LEAVE l'OIf
AVOORH WITH' FOREST fcUPEH
VIHOlt AND W. 0. IHItUHAMii
Accompanied ly Koroat Bupor4
vigor N. Q. Jacobaon anil W. u.
nirdsall. Mr. und Mra. Stewart Ed-
fcr'd Whlto, .Kueata qf the Uond
Commercial otub, loft on Tueaduy
ljy auto for Square lake, and from
thoro will drive to Eight Lake
Heavon, roturnlng to Uond In Jhwo
dnys to propuro for u trip Into an-
othor Hoctlon ot Central OroBon.
That valuable 'addition to the.
flBh In Central Oregon'a lakea inlRht
DO innuo oy pmr mu n.
.trout of tho Slerr88 WB84 t" BUK'
KeBtlon made yeateday' by Mr.
Whlto, when, the famoua writer and
hlH wlfo yfeip ehtortjilnod nt R
lunchoon glvftR' ttt'tlie Smblemclub
,f"l)y .' JA'. yaM. Following the
lunchoon, Mr, Whlto wan takon to
tho Tumalo hatchery and shown
whnt DoHchutoB county, In coopera
tion with tho Btuto, la doing to
maintain the reputation at this port
of Oregon hh an angler's paradise
AhUIo, from' hla othor work, It
developed that Mr. WUo has poi
fqcted u mothod for controlling
the,,nctfvltlo ofv,tho Dendrocttnus
'-bSetl'e,. ta lftrvapf' which, ty bop.
lng, In exemoly deVruotlvo to
growing pine Soma ot the treea In
'the MetoHuH bectloiirit Ib reported,
lmye bean ttockoi by thla lusect.-
I ill l ' IM I "'" I
I'OHIOT HUl'KHVIHUll AII)H IN
HlltOil Toil CIlAIUil-S I.
TAVI.OII UNTIIj TJIAII KNIW
,AT KIKJK OP PUKCII'ICK.
After apondlng n day and jilght
aiding In, tho search for Char!B
h. Taylor, raembor ot tho road con
struction prty near tho McKonxlo
Vnt, who was lot on Scott moun
tain Thursday night, Koreat Bupcr
vlior JocoUson and A. Whlsnant
returned to Ilcnd Monday morning.
It Is bollercd-Taylor Is dead as
his tracks. Here last found; on tUo
edge ,ot, a precipice. Dldodhounis'
are to b used In continuing tlio
search. Mr. Jacobson left for tho
McKensle I'aM under the bullet that
the missing man. was Smith Taylor?
Deschutes forest ranger, and after
muling that an error hod been made
Ih tho report sent by tolephone,
aided Nie searching party until
nothing more could bo dono.
In company with a packor, Taylor
loft tho road camp Thursday night
and tho next nidniliiR tho two'Jie
camo soparatcd. Tho packor arrived
In camp shortly afturward, and a
Utile later the search was com
menced. No answers woro recolvod
to shots fired and nftur combing
tho mountain Taylor's tracks woro
found loading to a point whoro ho
had killed a deer. From here tho
trail led to theodgo ot tho preci
TEST MADE OF
awiihbv irkights only point
fiiom: which fihk neaii
ItAVX niTTTK CAN HE BEEN HY
l-XItraT SERVICE MEN.
Whllo lookouts on tho Doachutos
national forest woro unablo 'to lo
catov fires Tuesday nftornoon bo
cause of tho hoavy smoko which
has drifted across' tho Caucadoa
from fires on tho west Bldo of the
mountains, forest sorvlco men sta-'
tloned at hoadauarters horo wore
Hjblitopfeeerve from tho top ot
AVbrerWeJghts ablaio In tho pri
vately owned timber aouthwcBt ot
County Flro Warden J, D. Bowman
wuh sent out to (ho acono ot tho
flro, nijd roportod on Wednesday
that tho flames woro under control
and had dono but llttlo real damage,
although 40 acres woro Included In
tho flro area,
Tho point from which tho bloro
was soon Ib to bo URod by tho forest
sorvlco OHsR flro lookout, and tho
jtftcoesary preliminary survoya "are
now being mo'do, A G0-foot 't'owor
will be erected In the near tuturo,
It la oxpoctod,
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TPTTTl WlLDRfiK CLCAR v f .
REND, DKHCIIUTEH COUNTY, OREGON,
f i )p.k:kle$!"
JUDGING TEAM TO
BE SELECTED SOON
Livestock Club Mriiilx'r Will Ho
Picked largely from Shotting
Made at Tumalo l'ulr. '
Members of all livestock clubs In
tho county, who dcslro to compote
for places on tho Block "Nudging
team which will bo sent to tho
Salem state fair this fall, are re
quested to report at onco to It. A.
Ward of the First National Uank of
Ilcnd. as tho selection of tbo team
will bo started shortly,' Mr. Ward
Tho decision ns to who -will makn
tho trip, Mr. Ward slates, will de
pend largely on tho showing made
at tbo Tumalo fair, whoro tho live
stock section will be a feature of
the exhibition. In "making tho. se
lection for tho teams Mr. Ward
will be asslstod by a representative
ot tho Oregon Agricultural collego.
SINNOTT AUTHOMZEO TO HE-
POUT FAVOHAHLY ON MEA8-
IIItE I'UOVIDING FOK IlECfeV
MATION FOK HEHVICE MEN.
Ilnprcsontatlvo N. J. Slnnott of
Oregon, chairman of tho houso pub
Ho lauds committee, has boon au
thorlzed to report favorably tho
Mondoll bill, providing 'for farm
settlements for aoldlors, Bailors and
maiiues, according to Information
JiiBt received horo from Washing
ton, D. C, Tho bill provides for tho
reclamation of arid lands nml an
reported dlffors only In a fott; minor
details from tho original measure.
FINDS FOSSIL SHELL-
IN HAMPTON VALLEY
J. Alton Thompson Produce Proof
of Existence of Fresh Water
I Lake In Past Arcs.
Jo confirm tho thoory that Hamp
ton valloy Is tho bod of a lako
which dried up years ago, J. Alton
Thompson today exhibited a fossil
aholl which ho found aow days
ago tour and ouo-halt mllo'B south
east ot nrothors, Ho Idonttfloa It
an u fresh water variety, Tho outer
layor of tho nholl had beoit worn
away, lonvlng the potr(flod body of
tho nuluinl which Inhabited It ex
posed. OFFICIALS TO MEET
ON POWER QUESTION
To confer with costorn offldlals
ot tho Uond Water, Light & Power
Co,, T, H. Foloy, local mauagor,
left Monday for Chlcugo. It lu
expected, that n definite decision will
bn reached In regard to the tenta
tive ogroqmont concerning power
and Wator dovolopmont ou tho
THURSDAY, JULY 31, JOU
NO RETURN ON
CLERGYMAN UNKNOWN YOUNG
GIHL AND BOXEK DISAPPIMK
HHOUTJLV AFTEIt .MAHHIAGE
IS HAH) TO HAVE OCCUUHEO.
Falluro on tho part of a clergyfwn tnako tho uso ot poison cspe-
man lo ' mako returns to County
Clerk J. II. Honor on a' marriage
supposed to have taxen placo early
In June lias led to an Investigation
by District Attornoy A. J. Moore,
which Includes tho sudden dis
appearance of Charles F. Robinson,
a flftu-rato prlro fighter, and .Mary
A. Hudson, 16-year-old dauEhteriof
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Hudson of tills
city, who nro nanod In tho license
Issued on July 7. According to
ttU.statV law; the clergyman or
raagitrataofflclatlng at a marriage
ccromouy must mako his report to
tho clerk In 30 days.., t.
At tho tlmo tho license was Is
sued permission In writing was
given by tbo father of, tho Irl,
and an affidavit by William E.
Hoagn of Ueiid, accompanying the
application for Ucouse, stated that
Miss Hudson was moro than 18
years of ago. A fow days later
Robinson and tho girl Btntcd that
they hud bcon married at a local
hotel by a minister named Jackson,
but tho hotel proprietor denies that
tho ceremony took place, whllo no
minister Is registered on tho county
rocords undor this namo.
Tho parcnttt stoto that tholr
daughter and Robinson lived with
them for somo tlmo utter" tho mar
riage la said to havo taken place,
leaving about tho end ot Juno.
They also affirm that tho girl Is
indor 18 yenrs.
Ktnlo Supci-iutciide nt to Finish Work
llcguH by Deputy Game
Warden - O, Hadley.
Doputy District Oamo Warden W.
O. Hadloy returned Tuesday from
af trip to tho'Motollus river 'whoro
ha has beenUuspocting flumes and
preparing" tor tho Installation ot
screens for Irrigation ditches. J,
O. Attken, state superintendent ot
screens, was expoctod to arrlvo this
afternoon to Biiporlntend tho com
pletion of tho work.
FOREST SERVICE TO
STRING NEW LINjS
Within the near futuro tljo forest
sorvlco will bogln tho construction
of 11 miles ot now telophono linos
Within tho Doschutes national for
est, It was unnouncod this morn
lug. This will bo chiefly included
In pew lines to bo put I'll to Odoll
butto and Croscont lako, In addN
Unit, consldorablo reconstruction
work will be started.
TO START WAR
WILL SEND MAN.
Determined Effort Will Ho .Made to
Hid Central Oregon of Destruct
ive HodeRts Campaign to
iU-xln Wlica Heo'w F1I.
Itccognlzlng tbo need for action
in exterminating blacktall rabbits
and sago rats- In Central Oregon,
tbo U. S. biological survey will send
a representative to this section
within a month to Initiate a relent
less war against tho destructive
rodents, It. A. Ward, of tbo First
National Bank, reported this morn
ing. Tbo action Li being taken in
response to n letter written by Mr.
Ward to tho biological survey, with
which ho was connected for flro
years, In which ho told of the enor
mous increase mado by rats and
rabbits In th'ls and nearby counties
since the organized campaign was
Poisoning Plan Endorsed.
Tho representative to bo sent by
tho government will havo tho ad
vantage of Mr. Ward's work In this
county,' and will go over tho reports
ot various poisoning experiments.
in preparation for tbo coming of
winter weather and snow, which
Until that time. It Is admitted,
llttlo can be dono except In the
way ot rabbit drives, and while
thousands may bo slaughtered by
this method, It is pointed out that
only by a general .teonlng cam
paign are the best results to be ob
tained' Bygalsst rabbits, whllo It is
praetiealiy the only plan which can
bemused, with. sitcceesIn killing off
the'. sago rats. .
Grcti Ditsnwio Dos'.
In tho irrigated districts, ranch-
era wore able during the spring and
summer months, to keep the block-1
tails, down to a fairly reasonable
number, but In the dry landsec;
Uom, whoro tho population wlis not
sufficiently large to admit ot the
use'ot hoso tactics, tho "Jacks"
have become so plentiful that at
tempts to raise any kind ot crop
have' proved almost total failures.
Onco the supply ot food is exhausted
on tbo soml-arld lands, a migration
ot blacktalls to tho Irrigated lands
For the benefit ot those who aro
using poison against the sago rats,
Mr. Ward states that a proportion
ot ono ounce ot strychnine to 12
quarts ot oatahus been found to be
tho most effective.
OF STRHBT XOW
ASKS FOR PAVEMENTS.
Already enough signatures on tho
petition asking a hard surface pave
mout, with concrete walks and
curbs for Delawuro avenue, from
Bond to Lava road and for a por
tion ot the lattor street, havo boen
secured to Insure Improvomont
undor tho Bancroft act, 0. A. Thor
son, one ot tho property holdors,
reported this morning. Tho peti
tion Is still betng circulated, how
ever, undor the bolet that tho ap
peal to tho city council can be
mado practically unanimous,
A still further improvement of
tho saroo kind (a naw bolng sought,
tor It was loameTr this morning
thnt another patltlon asking hard
surface with concrete walks and
curbs Is bolng circulated among
tho residents of the tour blocks
lying on Dolaware betweon Bond
Street and St. Helens place. If
Successful this movement will se
cuvo pavoment for the entire length
ot tho street from St, Helons to
BORING STARTED AT
founding to He Made to Depth of
SO Feet Over Iargo Area In- ,
eluded-in Irrigation Htor
ago Reservoir Hltc.
After making a general survoy of
tho Deschutes valley from Culver to
Crane prairie, U. S. reclamation
servico geologists, headed by Pro
fessor W. O. Crosby of Roston, are
storting to make borings all over
tho Denham Fails 8(orage reservoir
site, with the object of determining
tho water holding properties of the
ground on which tho reservoir weuW
bo built. v
At various points above Ucnhara
falls, It has been1 noted, wells hare
Dcen sunk by ranchers, ranglBg Ih
depth from 20 to 14 feet, and la all
Instances having a constant supply
of water, as much as eight fet la
depth. From the fact that water ta
present, it ! argued that the. char
acter of the sol) Is not such' aate
carry 'water away by seepage, er
The Investigations of the experts,
however, are to establish thla point
beyond a doubt, be fere any recom
mendations are made. Large ship
augers, which arrived yesterday,
will be used In making the borlags,
which will be 20 feet In depth I
order to ascertain If water is fot4
over the entire .traet. This work
may take in the neighborhood t
The reservoir, which will be ewi
sldPred provfdjag a favorable resect
l turned Is by the reeJamatteis
rf-rvlco representative, weuht fast-
pound the winter averfew or- tkM
Deschutes beblad ,a hKge dam, aa
would perhaps be evea more exteaa-
Ivo, as the entire watorPrighta ot
the rlvor are now t'd Hphy tho
stato for the U. 8. governinMt. Ir
rigation ot at east lOG.VMJaerec
In Central Oregon would, be made
CARL D. .SHOEMAKER AND IIIHD
li. IIOALT HERE ON liAST LHO
OF TRIP COVERING .MAJORITY
OF OREGON' COUNTIES.
On tho last leg Qt a trip which
has taken thera over halt tho coun
ties ot Oregon, State Qamo Warden
Carl D. Shoemaker and Frod L.
Boalt, special wrltor tor a Port
land newspaper, arrived hero Fri
day. After spending several hours
Saturday forenoon in looking over
the city and meeting with friends
thoy loft for Portland.
Discussing recent attacks made
on tho fish and game commission,
Mr. Shoemaker said that they had
been made by a small number ot
men In PortUnd and were wholly
without fotjBfUtioa, as was shown
at a inblle- hearing at whlek 'not
one ot the, efcasfwi was sustained.
On his' praet trip, Mr. Shoemaker
said, he had bees through the val
ley counties, Coos, Curry, Josephine,
Jackson, Klamath, Lake, Oraut,
Crook and Deschutes, aad In evry
county he had benold that game
was Increasing ratuer than dimin
ishing. This he attributed to the.
mild winters of the past two years
and the destruction ot predatory
animals, as we41a t tho work' ot
the. game qommfeslQN, ' ,"':
The operation, of th Tumalo
ereekr lmtctry and, the construction
of the Ash' ladders authorised ty
the )st lgWmui are the I
piece ot work of the conilw!
In tfefe. stlen at prwwtit, mkTViv.
Shoemaker vlaltted tho hufqhery tli!.