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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IIKNI), DESCHUTES COUNTY, OIIKQON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1J
GIVES PUN TO
WRITER WOULD HOLD
Rotation of Lakes MiifcWAtcil l'
"f' Hlmwul IMiwtnl Whlto ns Means
uf for Pivsorilnj; Reputation for
lilfC Kluli Trip ririiwff.
In thn combination of Itn mnny
ItikcH mid thn ability of tliono lakes
to rnlsa largo trout In 11 nltort time,
Central Oregon stands In n class by
Itself. TIiIh Ih thn ntutiimunt of
Hlownrt Kdword Whlto, fuinnuii
wilt or, who linn fished nml liuntcil
nil ovur (ho uoilit. nml who Hun
day rolurtiml to Bond from a
trli to Hull lo luko, Hqunrn lnko and
Eight Luko Imnln. This nflornoon
Mr. nml Mrs. Wlilto wont to tho Ico
oaves, nml tomorrow thoy will go
lo Grunt) prairie, Elk lnko und
Odell luko, cutnplug for several
(Iii)'h Imforo returning lo Bend
Their four-day outing, which undod
I'rldny, was taken under tho guld
miao of Koriwt Supervisor N. a.
-JacoUHon nml W. C. IllidHiill.
Imr Rotation I'liui.
Mr. White bulluvos Unit Central
Oregon should runuiln In the IiIk
trout claim, unit Hint thlH con hunt
ljy dono liy tho plan of lnko rota
tion. In n given (lUtrlct, ho hiir
iuWted, ono out of four lakes nhould
ho opened to niiKlortt during tho
hOUKon, another lnko taking Its
phico during tho following souson,
nml continuing In nuch n muniiur iim
to give ouch hotly of water n thrco
your rout for ouch year In which It
tuny ho tinned. Thin would protect
fry planted from tho hntchnrluH,
nail would allow for thn iitanilanl
Ixlng of slxo In n glvon luko.
Wlilto took up tho
Master Fish Warden Clnnlon, who
iirrlved lust nlKht on n brbjf visit
in thin auction, and thn stato ofil-
'oinl oxproswd himself ns being
lilKhly In favor of tho jilun.
I'lno linpitMhtou Gained.
lloth Mr. and Mrs. Wlilto nro
iuol favorably linprd with what
k- they have een of ('antral Oroii.
tf "1 am no well plml that unleM
aomeljlnx entirely unforeseen Imp-
pette 1 shall spend from n mouth
to two months tn your inounlulna
; next summer," Mr. Whlto dsolured
- tliUr morula. He Intends to pick
h rout where travel liy kiHo will
- It Impoeallilo. nml In havo u string
of pnok horses for transportation
niOHOl'OlI PHKI'AltATION' 11V
FOUKST HK11VICK CUTS TI.M
1IKH MISS TO MINIMUM
COUNTV OIKIANIU'ION (lOOl).
Thorough syntomatlzatlon on tho
ftvDoRchutuu Nutlonal forest has ru-
' Hiiltod in a minimum of dnmngo
from flrus, although tho Hcnaon la
4 fur advanced, flguros furnlshod nt
hcadquartorH hero, show today.
In preparation for tho flro huiikoii
10000 was expended and na n ro
Hiilt of this it tins boon possible to
got practically all conllagrutlona
under control before any conuldor
ubloumount of timber hud boon
(lostroyod, Only fQOO haa boqu
iipnnt In actual flro fighting. Ily
V tho' county flro aggregation $2G0O
has boon oxpoiulod to dnto.
Shortage of mon in tho Fort
Hock district nocussltntod ospeelul
propnrutlon, nnd tho ofilclonoy
of tho force nt tho disposal of
-..Hunger Ilnrrlnmn, has boon great
ly Inqrousod by tho Installation of
u holiograpli at Fox Uutt3. Thn
lookout nt thlH st,ntlon In Oscnr
Harding, whllg his fathor, Ohurlos
jrardlng, Jtoops up tho ctmp nt tho
foot of thQ Initio, and maintains n
wntor Biiply' station for flro-flRhtors
r rtrwl tt t tiwiiawa tt at Mitn
"H UI VHMUtq JT IV l1 V Utl
BY BEND POST
MANY JOIN AMERICAN LEGION
AT MONTHLY MKIT DANCi:
I'LANH DIKCUKKKI) C'HAIMiAI.V
to i.iavi: ui:ni).
lncroaiilnK Intonwl In the Amor
loan l'Klon wiim hIiowii ou Monday
whun nt (ho mcdtliiR of 1'orcy A.
Slovoim post 13 Horvlco mun were
ttikon into tho orRiinlzutlon mi now'
mombum. DUciiNNlon of plnnit for
n diinco to ho given townrd tho
inlddlo of thn month wnn hold and
thn cxncl dnto will ho nnnouncvd
IlocnuNo ho will Ivttvo tho city
In tho -neitr futuro, Uv, Goorgo
II. Parklnnon tondered IiIh ruHlgnii'
tlon na chaplain, hut hlH.nuccVoaor
wnn n'6t itoloctod.
It wan ducldod that . tho noxt
nit'otlng nhould bo hold on tho
evening- of Krlduy, August 21), an
tho regular mooting night. Sap
toniher .1, fulls otrl.nbor day.
llorrafior, whonuvor u niiotfhg of
Hit pot Ih onllud, cmnU mmoiining
tltM fact will 1)0 plnoedx'nkfttU th
city on IIih duy the MNMton in to
ho hold Mild will Ih Ukon dovfn t)i
R()t'NIUNS AT 1,'AST IiAKK to
hi: taickn in coxnimtion
WITH MIl.MCAX VAl.l.KV IHHN
Within tho next vfuw days work
will bo started nt Kant luko, under
tho direction of Fred Bhtntuffor,
with tho objoct of nscortnlnlng, If
posslbto, tho depth of tho lnko. Suf
ficient wlro will bo sent, out to
roach n dlstnnco of 3000 foot, ac
cording to P. 11. Johnson, who is
Intorostod In tho Boundlpga bdenuso
of tho bearings which' Itiujy may
havo ou tho Milllcnn vnlloy pro
8oundlug Is to bo domi on tho
advlco of Professor O, Crosby,
head of tho party of geologists
now Investigating tho ll&hnuji Falls
reservoir hIIo, nnd who ndvjsd Mr.
JohiiHon that tho depth of, tho lnko
would bo an important point In
dotormlnlng its vnlito us ourco
or supply tor irrigation.
Lund holdors In tho Milllcnn val
ley uro not organized but hnvo
wntor rights on EaBt lake, Those
rights will lapso shortly and tho
findings of tho goologlsts, represent
ing tho U. 8, reclamation service,
biiBed partly on tho roport (mado by
Mr. Shlntnffor, 'will lnrgol "doter
mluo whothor or not tho illlngs will,
bo ronowod, ' '
Previous offorta lpivo b6oii made
to. roach tho bottom of Rant lnko
but no slackening of tho Jlno over
rowardeil tho offorta of tho investii
THE ANNUAL ECLIPSE
WORLD'S GOVERNMENTS SEEK
A world-wido roHiimo of the food
fllfuntfon, collected by rail by tho
United I'retiti, iOiowm tho following:
Oront Drltaln. Tho government
la spending 2'i0,000,000 a yonr to
keep thn prico of broad down and
to fix tho prlcoii of meat nnd eugnr.
Franco. Tho food problom is
ono rather of quantity than of prico.
The government in employing ovory
moan to Import sufficient tiupplloti.
Maximum prices uro llxed by tho
TITLE TO LAKE
KQUATTKUS WAIT KOH (SOVKKX
mi:nt Kfiivnv, hut coxtk.v.
TIO.V IS .MAOi: THAT KAXCH.
KltS IIAVU IUPAHMN ItlGHTS.
While the dry bod of SIIvor-.'ihl:o
is dotted with the cabin? of s-rjuat-tra
who art tilling tb land, ox-
paetd by the vapo&uibn of the
Wftlar, tU status of th lund is a
mailer of dlapul lHKwii ranoliem
and lh,jHQWotflrt who hart niiult
thttlr honfiw on tha' nw ground, ao
oordlng to Stiver Lk reatilnnts,
No survey has liaii tuitda by the
guvurnimmt, and In oonMquenoo no
tiling undur the homesend Irjv, Is
iiOMlble, and until suali, filing oan
bo madV), U Is oontaudtd by some
that rnuoliBm whoso holdlnn ex
tended to what was formerly the
luko margin have riparian rights
on tho nren fonnorly coyaroll by
wntor. Squatters, it Is culd, have
been ndvisod to lonvo, hut nro por
slstuntly remaining In hopes that
tho rich alluvial lands may bo
thrown opon to entry,
Approximately 11,000 acres havo
been ndded to tho farming rosourcos
of tho Sllvor Luko roglon by tho
drying up of tha lnko, and n por
tion of this Is being cultivated with
tho permission of ranchers whoso
holdings Join tho now ground.
Grain hay is boing successfully
grown, and will yield as high ns two
and u halt tons to tho ncro.
This liny, It is stnted, will bo for
salo, but on tha old ostabllshod
ruuehos tho 1019 cutting will bo
chiefly reserved far feeding during
tho wintor, ns stockmen uro unwill
ing that u shortage of fodder should
forco thorn to solU off ns large u
porcuntngo of cuttlo ns wns found
"necessary lust your,
BEND WATER SAFE
4 SAYS STATE BOARD
f A roport from Dnvld Roborg of
tho stnto board ot health, was re
ceived 'yostorday by Dr. II, W.
Ilondondiott, stating that an ex
amination wns mado ot tho Bond
city wntor nnd that It wus found
that no colon bacilli woro to bo
found, This makoa tho wntor snto
for domestic purposos, ns fur ns
possibility of typhoid infection Is
Canada A commliMlon han boon
croatod to handlo grain crops.
Austria Tho government is hav
ing difficulty In keeping prices high
enough to reward production, duo
to tho vast surplus of food.
Itnly. Tho broad supply nlono
coMh' (ho government H 00,000,000
Japan. Press nnd public aro urg
ing the government to placo maxl-,
mum prices on food and other nc i
GOVERNOR ASKSilS IN PORTLAND
CARE IN WOODS
PIIOCIjAMATIOX UHOI1S GHHAT
I1HT CAUTION IN KNKOKCK
MKNT OV IlKGULATIOXH HV
KHti: WAHDKXS IX STATIC.
Piro wardons throughout tho stato
are urgeuto uae tho grealeet oau
tlon In Issuing permits to burn
stnfihlnge. In it proclamation sent
out by Qovernor Hon Olcolt. In
glvmg Instructions on thte point i
he filM- (but Ike dry, oondltlons
whf(h tJitMbens deetmotllon of for
ests, ggiH ajwl sntin fields, con
etliuteaOthe Hnderlylog cause for
such a warning beinc given.
The coventor proclaims that no
etnp Ore shall be started in or
near fbreat or brush covered lands
within SO feet or any standing or
fallen treea, brush pile or other
Utter that may onus the spread of
fire, that uutlor no condition is a
lire (o bo built until tho ground
Is cleared to mineral soil for n
distance of six feet. In overy di
rection and that no such flro shall
bo lefl, oven temporarily, until It
has boon complotoly extinguished
"Inasmuch ns tho forests aro ono
of tho stnto's chief matorlal ro
sourcos," Governor Olcott declares,
I porsonnlly urge ovory porson
going into tho woods during tho
current dry Benson to refrain from
smoking, ns any flro allowed to got
beyond control Is not only extreme
ly dangorous to nil classos of prop
erty, but neco8sltutos tho" uso of
labor and supplies that nro osson
tiul In other lines of endeavor."
JOY RIDERS TAKE
Cur HoIodbIiik to T. J. McClellnn
Recovered This Morning by
Joy riders Sunday stolo n Chov-
rolot automobile belonging to T. J.
McClollnn which was parked In
front of tho Llborty thontor, nnd
after n search of sovornl hours tho
muchlno was found Monday by
Shorlff 8. R Roborts nt tho lowor
oud ot Pork addition, Tho car was
not diunnged, nml tho supply ot
gnsollno had not boon exhausted.
Tho Individuals diking tho nuto
have not boon apprehended.
BIG HAY CROP
J,000 TOXH KXI'KCTKI) FUOJI
CMKH'AUCA.V hASl) CO. UAXCH
AHTEHIA.V I' OSfll IIIMTIIM
I'OIt JKUKIATIO.V I'KUCKIVKI).
On ono ranch in (ho Paisley sec;
tlon approximately CO, 000 tons of
wild hay will be cured when (ho
soason's work Is completed. Tho
ranch is that of tho Chcwaucan
Land Company, and P. AV) Fitz
patrick, manager of tho company's
holdings expects an average of two
(ons form (ho 28,000 acres of bot
tom land covered with wild grass.
N'ono of tho cut will bo for salo
as tho company's cattle aro fed for
7 months out of tho year, Mr. Fltz
patrlck states, and in consequence,
much of tho cutting will not bo
Crops In tho Paisley country will
bo good this year, although tho
season Is unusually dry, it is re
ported. Tho possibility of devel
opment of considerable unlrrlgatcd
land through tho sinking of artesian
wells, Is receiving much attention
and F. II. Williams is commencing
drilling on his '1000 aero ranch at
tho north end of Summer lake.
Enough wells will bo drilled, It is
planned to irrlgato his cntiro tract.
UXCLK GIVKS UP 8KAIICII XDR
HIJXI), Hirr SHKUIKI-' HOHKItTS
LK.HXS KX-SOLDIEIt IS STILL
Believing that his nephew, Wai
ter Bccsley of Ilend, who dlsa"
psarcd from his homo last w '..
1m mnrlii n flntnnt- dln.n rt Jl ..v
....... ' :- X" ,.
into tho timber nnd has taken
train for Portland, W. !.., Moojjy. of
The Dalloa, who has been heading
tha aearoh party, left Wednesday
for Portland, where he hopes to And
the miaslng wan.
Mr. Moody's belief, however, IsJ
entirely at variance with that en
tertained by Sheriff S. K. Roberts,
who learned this morning Uiat Bea
ley had spent Saturday night more
than 30 miles from Bond with a
family on Crater creek. Tha young
mun soemod "queor," it was re
ported, nnd aftor breakfast Silnday
started off again on foot, going
west. Sheriff Roberts has communi
cated with Eugono nnd with tho of
ficials of tho- Cascade national for
est, asking thorn to keep a watch
Boosloy, it is thought by his
friends here, may bo temporarily
unbalanced, duo to injuries re
ceived whilo in sorvlco in Franco.
TO REGAIN PISTOL
Ortlnnnco Captain In Ilccruitlnp;
Sorvlco Offers Rowan! for Ap
prehension of Tlilof.
Anxious to recovor an nrmy nuto
matlo pistol, stolon whilo a recruit
ing party wns in Bond over two
wooks ago, Captain Karl Harklus,
ot tho ordnance, department, now
In recruiting sorvUo, has written
Tho Bulletin in an endeavor to
traco tho missing weapon. In his
lottor Captain ;t Harklns offers a
100 rownrd to tho pollco tor tho
apprehension of tho thlof, unloss
tho pistol is voluntarily returned,
in which caso ho is willing to
Tho nrmy automatic formed n
part ot u display nt recruiting head
quurtors on Orogon street, nnd wua
taken from tho show window. Tho
gun wns tho personal property of
Captain Harklns, and had been car
ried by him throughout tho greater
part ot tho war.
ROAD BID FOR
LACK OF COMPETITION
OFFER DECLARED LOW
County Hntl Considered Plncing Did
to For co. Awarding of Contract,
Judge liarncs Tells Commer
cial Clnb at Meeting.
Although tho ono bid mado for
(ho grading of 23.0 miles of Tho
Dalles-California highway, scheduled
for early improvement in Deschutes
county, was considered by other
contractors to bo rather low, it was
rejected yesterday by tho stato
highway commission, mcctlaz in
Portland, a lato wlro stated. Tha
bidders woro Johnson Ilros., and
their OfTor for (ho entire job was
$108,782, according to figures glvon
by County Judgo W. D. Barnes,
who attended tho session of (ho
commission in Portland at tho (I mo
(ho bids wcro opened. Lack of com
petition is believed to havo bcoR
tho causo for rejection by. tho com
mission. Keadvertising for bids was
Tho bid which was ultimately
turned down was close to (ho figure
which (bo county bad considered
naming when tho entering of an es
timate by tho county court had been
suggested as a, moans of forcing the
awarding of tho contract, Judge
Barnes stated Wednesday at the
weekly meeting of tho Bend Com
mercial club. t '
liny Yield. Good.
No business was transacted at the
club meeting, liut a report was
given by County Agriculturist Koons
r- tho results obtained from the
oi of -Jlpur on ulfalfa land. The
'-; In yield as shown this
cf. uon amounts to from ono-tbird.
co-half, ho declared. Fall ap-
pPc-:'ods of' sulphur will bring tho
.... . ,. . . . . -
btl n-sults, bo has noted. ' On
hrtev.'.ion teats, the use of 1.3 feet
of water has been found to glvo
the beat crops from tho soil ot
The realtor -of road improvement
to consiunleato with tho cava be
yond Lava butto was brought up
by A. Whtsnnnt. Ho quoted Stew
art Udward Whlto. wlio visited tho
cavo Sunday, w spying that it was
probably the bed of an underground
rh'er of tho past. W. C. Birdsall
stated that a geological report is
to be mado .on tho cavo, which ho
belloves dips under tho Deschutes.
Dr. J. C. Vnndevert assorted that
tho cavo was- first discovered 33
MAKE LOG FOR
STATED. P. 01
OKKGOXIAX AUTOMOBILE EDI
TOR COJIPJLIXa DATA KOH
ELKS AVIIO WILL GO FROM
PORTLAND TO KLAMATH.
Making a corupleto log ot tho
highway from Portland to Klamath
Fallsj to bo used by (he B. P. O. E.
who 'will Journey v)a Central Oregon
to tho" stato convention ot tho Elks
(his mouth at Klamath Falls, Lair
II, Gregory, automobllo editor ot
tho Morning Oregonlan, accom
panied by Lawrcnco T. TherkeUen
nnd Charles Frzier ot Portland,
passod through Bond on Saturday
on routo to the convention city. '
Mr. Gregory ta maklivg a tlotn'Jled
log ot tha road, 'between Portland
and Klamath Falls ia tho Columbia
highway and The Dallei-Caltornln
highway, which, with illustrations,
will bo used. In. a special featuro in
tho Oregonlan a week from Sunday.
Mr. Qregery cewmeMted en the
extraordinary beatftfea 'altered in
Central aregoa to" ' the feMriet.
These, he said, wereafaeretft fAm
any he haa seen In his reeent travels