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IlKNI) llUr.TiKTIN, IKNI, OKKflON, THU1WDAY, AUflUHT Ul, 1011)
WOULD ADD DIAMOND
Unto to oducnto Amorlcnnn to tho
beauties of. tholr own country."
I Mr. Mather wns Rrvnlly Inloruat
ml In ttio country Burrc-umllng Homl,
and declared that thn flows nt Lava
butto nro very similar to somo only
90 yearn old, which ho has scon In
Tho stop hero marked tho comple
tion ot tho first Slfoo miles ot tho
trip around tho "horseshoe." After
visiting Kaluler national park, tho
party will drlvo through Glnclnr,
Yellowstone and Kocky Mountain
AID FOR BEND SEEN
Xntionnl Talk Sorvico Director Han
rian for Dlrvct Itouto to CJrvat
Scenic Wonder Highway
On a tour of what has been called
by Secretary I.ano "the horscshoo of
national parks," Senium T. Mather,
director ot tho national park service,
dopartmont of tho Interior, Charles
1 Puncuard, Jr., landscapo engineer,
nnd Madison Grant, Now York law
yer, secretary of tho Now York Zoo
logical society and ot tho American
Museum of Natural History, arrived
Jn Bend Wednesday from Crater
Lake and tho next morning resumed
their Journey to Rainier National
park. Improvements and additions
to tho road systems of tho county,
in connection -with the park to park
, highway Idea, aro in general the
chief objects ot tholr tour, but tor
Oregon, In particular, Air. Mather Is
nnxlous that tho oxtonslon of Crater
lako national park to includo Dia
mond lako, formerly proposed in a
bill Introduced by Senator McXary,
should become a reality.
Tourists Would, Ilcueilt.
Dy such an extension Mr. Mather
sees not only great benefit to tho
park, but in addition greatly In
creased advantages for tourists in
tho way of camp grounds and nn
easier routo to Crater lako. Within
the park a road would connect Dia
mond and Crat,er lakes, tho latter
being reached from the north and
south stato highway, greatly aug
menting tho tourist travel, a large
proportion ot which is now diverted
from tho Central Oregon route. The
Columbia river highway, ho said,
would naturally cause travellers to
tako tho Central Oregon routo if n
direct way wero open to tho lako.
.'a s to the argument formerly set
ro.th that Diamond lako and tho
surrounding country aro of too great
valuo as sheep land to warrant them
"being transformed into a national
park, Mr. Mather stated that this
valuo had been greatly exaggerated
and thai only about 1-100 head of
sheep can find feed on tho land which
would be taken from the range.
t Wooded ftoaclwnys Advised.
t "I had hoped to bring Secretary
Lano on this trip as ho is greatly in
terested in tho work of tho 'Savo
tho Redwoods' league In California,
and was albo anxious to gain n
first-hand knowledge of the Cascado
country. Ho wna unablo to come nt
Ihls time, however."
Prom tho subject of tho destruc
tion of the California redwoods, Mr.
Madison Grant offered a suggestion
In regard to tho beautifying of the
north and south stato highway,
apart from the need improve
ments In tho road" itself. "I was
allocked to sco In coming through
tlat your plno trees have beon cut
way on both sides of tho road,"
lie gjg'd. "A strip of trees, not
necessarily a wide one, should be
left on boli sides ot tho highway.
Dy iollqw'lag tho method now be
ing used you aro leaving nothing
"out barren, unattractive slashings
Tor the tourist to boo. A growth of
pines on cither side could bo one
of the great assets of a great auto
Great Crouds Visit Crater. '
1 At presont -Crater lake is being
visited dally by the largest crowds
in the history ot tho park; Mr.
a rant said. The rim road Is now
open, and lio wus entusiastlc ovor
tho wonderful view to bo ' had in
tho course of a 35-mlIo drive
around the crater. He mentioned
that In case tho park should bo In
creased to Include Diamond lako,
tho Boone and Crockett club, tho
sportsmen's organization founded by
Thoodoro Roosevelt, nnd of which
Mr. Grant is yIco president, would
placo a herd of Olympic elk In the
Mr. Mather emphasized that thoro
will be no more hit and miss tac
tics used In tho building ot hotels
nnd the laying out of camps within
the boundaries of the government's
parks, This Is under tho super
vision of Mr. Punchard, who has
specialized in this lino of work.
'Xlmo Is Opportune.
"I believe absolutely that now Is
tho tlmo to put this country on the
map," Mr. Mather Bald. "This year
traveling must bo dono in this
country. Another year tourists mav
IilXKM.W TOITHIW UJJOO-VOliT
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WITH 1MI.UTICA1.IjY NO IX-Jl'ltlKS.
Working on n transmission lino
ot the Bend Wator, Light & Power
Co. Sunday, Lee Henry, employe
ot tho company, lost consciousness
nt tho top ot the polo when ho
made connections with a 2300-volt
wire. Tho current entered his loft
hand, leaving through tho right,
and the only results noted by tho
llnomnn when ho awoke from his
suddenly induced sleep were n
burned finger whore tho current
had made Its exit, and a scorched
shirt. Hold by ils lite belt and
spikes, ho was still safoly attached
to tho polo when he regained con
Henry's experience Is considered
roost unusual, as a 2300-volt cur
rent is sufficient t cause utmost
Instant death. It is not bolieved
that tho entire force of tho current
could havo taken effect on him
without causing much moro serious
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BIGGER COSTS, SAY MERCHANTS
(liming Old lU-fntv Your Time.
Statements made to tho state
hoard of conciliation, us reported In
a Portland paper last week, by
representatives ot Bend mill work
ers, to tho effect that Bond stores
haro advanced their prices both
times u wage raise wna given to tho
BrookS'Scanlon and the Shcvlln-
Hlxon mills, wero emphatically de
clared by Bend merchants Monday
to bo not bused on facts.
Advunces hnvo been made In
prices, It Is true, but these have
been based on Increased jobbers'
charges nnd incrensed coats In han
dling, Bend dealers nssort. The
percentage of profit, they agreed,
Is actually loss than It was five
"Tho statement made In Portland
Is rather bold," II. J. Power, man
ager ot tho J. C. Penney store, said
when asked as to his opinion on tho
question. "Our selling prices nro
KIdnov trouble toniln to nlniv tin I
men and women In mlddlo Ilfo nnd bused on our purchase prlco, and
thoy fear oncoming ago when it Is
only the kidneys that nro ut fault.
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restore n sound, healthy condition
nnd to banish backache, soreness,
lameness and stiffness, puffy eyes
and other symptoms. Sold every
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NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
ORA'ICHCS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CIT1E9
wo have cut our profit down to tho
lowest possible figure. Bend mer
chants, I am positive, would not
tako advantage of a wuge nil no to
advance their profits."
W. L. O'Donnoll, In discussing
meat prices, asserted that there hail
been no advance throughout tho
spring nnd summer. "At ono tlmo
wo wore paying 124 cents on tho
hoof for steors, but we made no
advance. There has been a slight
fluctuation In the prlco of pork,
hut this tins been it reflex of larger
market conditions, tind certainly not
connected in any way with wage
Increases given the mill workers,"
he said. "I am confident that tho
same is truo ot the relations of
other meat .dealers to tho trade."
"It's Just part of n big circle,"
It. M. Smith, of tho Smith Grocery,
stated. "Tho employes of a plant
hnndllng fruits, for Instance, de
mand a higher wage. Teamsters
ask anil receive a dollar a day more,
nnd wherever you look tho cost of
production Is Increasing. Tho Job
ber charges us u higher price, and
wo have to pass It along. Our own
help costs more, but In spite ot this
thorn aro n largo number of staples
on which wo havo made no ad
vance, while on sugar wo have ac
tually reduced our quotation. Cof
fee, cooking fats, trulls, cured
meats and ono brand of soap have
gone up, and you can look for an
early rise In the price of rice. But
don't think for a inlnutu that wo
nro trying to tako a slice from tho
mill workers' salnry Increase. Most
emphatically wo nr not."
P. II. Johnson, of tho "A to 7."
grocery, corroborated Mr. Smith's
statement. "The chargo that has
been miido against the local mer
chants Is I mi ecu rate," hu said. "Wo
havo changed prices liccnuso of In
creased cost to us. Our margin of
profit Is less, although tho profit
In dollars and cents per unit may
rumaln the same. For Instance, It
wo make S cents a pound on nn
article which costs CO cunts, wo nro
deriving a smaller Interest on our
Investment than when mo charged
r, coiil h more than a wholesale cost
of CO cents."
That thu commltteo representing
tho mill workers had told tho board
Wo nro offering one of tho Imst and most noinploto rait lo
raunhoH that can bo found In thn North wont. It In practically all
bottom laud and about Hi 00 acres can he Irrigated, wllh plenty
ot wator now for tho 77t acres that nro under Inlwttlon.
A nice largo stream rutin thn full lonntli of tho ranch, which
turnlHhoH ample water for nil purposes, as well un excellent trout
Thoro In n largo modern home, good barns nnd sheds ot all
kinds, feeding poiih, whiter nnd summer pasture, all fenced 110 that
il no tlmo ot tho year does tho cat t lo require a herder.
Thoro are .'lfi.12 acres ot deeded land, and
fitlOO iicros leaned land, limiting
00311 acres altogether.
Wllh this ranch oom all cattle, horniiH, hogH nnd olher slock,
them being 840 head of llrsl-elass oatttn, Including 15 registered
hulls, 8 head of large, first-clans' work horses, and 8 middle horses,
00 hogs, chickens, etc.
This year's crop will yield more than 800 tons of hay, 1000
bushels oats, 1000 htishols barley and 000 bushels rye, Thoro aro
also 000 bushels of last yearrt outs, 300 bushels barley, 200
hunhels wheat, 5 tons chopped feed, 2 tons salt, 2 tons now barb
wire, and a lot of other supplies.
Complete sot of nmchlnoiy, In tho best of shape.
Kvorythlng goes. IT IS I.OCATKI,) IN OIlKdON.
Hero are tho values we place on this ranch:
Deeded limit $100,000.00
Mvo stock fif,. 000. On
Machinery nnd supplies fi.000.00 1
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VK AUK OFFBUINO IT AT $110,000.00, and bellovo.lt Is ono
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to retire un and Is not In very good health.
Wo can accept n cash payment of $00,000.00, and balanco can
run a long tlmo at f! per cent, interest.
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"We Sell Lund"
ot conciliation that they had no
fight against the Bend merchants
was tho statement today of Itay
Canterbury, vice president ot the
International Tlmlmrworkers' union,
In commenting on tho report of last
week's meeting as published In a
The union delegates said that the
Bend merchants were Justified In
chnrglng moro than In certain other
towns of the state becausu of tho
long haul to Bond," Mr. Canterbury
"Uoprcscntntlvcs of tho employ
ers," ho continued, "contended that
It was useless to raise wages, as
tho murchnnts advanced their prlcos
whenever this wiih done, Tho em
ployers' lopresentatlves oven sug
gested that u company Moro bo put
In to overcome Mm rondlt'on
"The board of conciliation has
deemed 11 necessary to extend Us
Investigation over Die entlro plno
T. A. McCinn, of Tho Hhevlln
Hlxon Company, representative of
tho Bend mills at the meeting of
the conciliation board, Is not In the
city, so that no statement from thn
employers relative to tho conference
could bo obtained.
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