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THE BEND BULLETIN
IIU.VI), DKHCIIUTKH COUNTY, OKKGOtf, TMCRHDAY, (KT'OIU.'ll 1(1, 1010
CLUB AROUSED'REVEILLE WEEK
' TliE SWEETEST STORY VER "TOLLED" ' '
OVER ACTS OF
BE GOOD NATURAL PARKS
IN A LONG CHAIN
ASSOCIATION TALKS OF
H. J. OVERTURE SAYS
.COURT AT FAULT.
r DiAitf pnmACC!n
1 XJIXll J. ItVl KJU-IM.
Would. Initiate 1IIII staking .CH.
Mi fiction of Tim Diilh'-vOiillfornlu
IIIkIiii' .Mandatory on (In
Indignation at ilin action of tho
State "lil nil way commltwlnu In ngnfn
deferring action on construction of
Tint Pallon-Callfornln hlcliwiiy, ran
Illicit ut tlui mooting of tliu llend Coin
Jnerclal clult Wednesday, tho subject
coming up In it report given by II
J. Ovorturf, chairman of tliu roads
committee. A JVIilsimnt d'-clnrrd
tlmt I liii tlmu had punned for iioii
ftctlon, nnd urged (tint n movement
lio ntnrlud which would remit In
ovory Central Oregon town IntoroMcd
In Hfildlni; largo delegation (o Port
land to demand action from the com
mlKMlon. J. A KnittCH declared tlint
thin would not ho enough, nnd urged
that a meullng ho called of r( presen
tation from uvery city nnd town
nlon; tho lino of Tliti DnlleH-Callfur-lila
hlghwny to Initiate a mi'iinuro to
compel nctlon, nnd to Rot tho Stato
Chamber of Commorco hchlnd nny
such attempted legislation. V. C.
Illplnnll tmnortod 'that tho l'ortland
paper rucoKiiUo tho. need of n high
way through Cant nil Oregon nnd that
(ho tlmn In rlpo for nctlon, and Mr.
Whlnnnnl. taking tho floor again,
asked Mint when a highway meeting
In called, tho Mala comminnlonern
lit) Invited lo uttond. A favorable
volo on a highway meeting wnti given
hy tliu chili.
Mimic Ciiiiiily Court.
Rehire outlluluK hi suggentlon for
Meeting tho nltiinlluu, Mr. Ovorturf
deelnrod that ho blamed (ho county
court for tho delay, averting thnt
tho court had turrlnd down nn offnr
made hy thu Ntuto rommlnnlouorn. ac
cording to which hy pr.6pHdtuc;)tb(i
grade from llond to tint ScfTerion
rnuuty lino, tho county would hnvo
Insured tho Mirfiiclng of thin ilriHch
of mini on tho nit of tho state Tho
course of nctlon which ho rccom
inondcd for Htluiulntiug tho commln
nlon would ho to Inltlalo n hill mak
ing the coualrjiclloii of n highway,
poMlhly luinl nurfnrcd, through Cod
trul Oregon, miidutory on tho com
iiiImIoii, with nutmnntlo retirement
from.thn romlnlAslon nsi tho penally
for nonrpurforinanro of thin duty. Tho
pnaltlon on tho cnuunlHKlon would
ho mndo elective, iunlcnd of appoint
ive, nccordlug lo hi plan. "I know
that somo will say that thin bring
rtho xonmtlnilon, into politic," honc
nowletlgntl, "lint I doiioYthlrilc that
if could potmlbly ho nny voro limit
thv way tho coinmlHilon ha pluyud
polltlcH during tho pant year."
', Too IUmIIiiiI (VllkUni.
0. 8. Inulnon criticised Mr. Over
turf's plan on tho ground (hat It wan
uo radical pointing out how d !:
IroiiH to tho county nweh a ceurso of
a fit on would bp In curat Uto uttumpt
Should end In failure 'tojHtw tho lul
(htlnd iniHiHiirv, uh ho conl(erd prp-
Mr? KunlrH doclai'ril that tho com
talmilon need i-d a Ilttlo dynanillo to
Vfako Itir mumhorn up to Central Ore
TKPJi!" n4t l"it further dlBoutnloti
on thojtubjoct wun pontponod by tho
mutter b'oliiK rdferrod hack to Oio
londn commltleo without any voto
hnvliiK hixin tukon. W. C, DlrdHiill
lomarked, liownyor, Junt hoforo tho
rjoHliiK of tho mootiu);, that $200,
000 which Ik ilvnmhlo for oxtoudhiK
tho I,llottIlutta It nil. will uuvur ho
micint untjr iu udeiiualo highway
jconnoctH llond with California.
H.vO, Mcl'lioiour cliui'iiiiii of tho
coHimltloo on tho "- Klnnntt tlinhui'
... ...... r.ir ........... ...."!..!.
iiiiiu-tixciiuuKv inn, jioiiuuu ui(. uinv
nn tain tuuitH of privately owned tlm
hor aliould lm pn'rvtd huonutte of
tholr hcciiIo valuVi. and that thin
could ho juifde ptjH.ilblo hy. trailim
vylth tho grtvariunuiit, Mlthpugh no
pyoylHlon for hls ia mndo "In tuo
h'HI. T Pl,'vei 4ho county fi'm
IohIii'k nppro.xluutuly $200,000 which
would roproHunt Jho 25 por cont cut.
alpwod for the nulo of ,Kovwrninnt
lluhord which would not k t
the county .provldliu the timber were
(?pntliud'' rag 7.)
CARNIVAL COMPANY IS
TO AIP IN FUK.
Ttwntj-Kho Cur Tinln .Will Cmrj
Altnutloiit riilliln-n anil il'nirutH
lo Join In (Vlfhmtloii llmirr.
;Mo lIc'IMfl XIMitly." '
Xlip'lulioicni iTato Kno Kon w-ll
MOllnfltfil with tholr rjVlloii In
llond nnd tho work lliiy rtlompilnli-
... . . wrti .
ed wlllo horos tho loRfer.rti of tin
Pacific Count one, and,XK'endXwlll
hnvo n u-nplte for n foW'.lay5v f,)r
jinollNr porforuwiiico whlRwlUjtal'ii
all next wdok. i W ;
Illnstllo Amorlcnii extonV-lurn
now, and what Kh momhvrn Mill do
to tho city will ho inuditAlk of
for moiiii) llinn to romo'l'i'H.nca!i
ly ovory dolull In rondytj?" Vulvo
tho Greater Alamo Kllp'w'rt (Iilclt
hnvo hi'on plnylii); ovrfc(iljtA(own
finRiiKrmont from Now WeATiflillntor
to tho California lino for tho Inst
four month. Tho combined n trac
tion unIhk moro than n 2r(-:artmln
with .100 pcoplo will nrrlro In llcnd
nomollmo Sunday iiIrIiI nnd will ho
ready for ocllon when Monday morn
ing dnwnn Thin nKxrcffntlou of an
tortalunrn In the lnrKwiljjf"llji kind
that hnn ovor rnmo lo Central Ore
rod. TeHtliiionlaht from, tho Inrxonl
cltlen on tho Pacific Conitt recom
mend It hlKhly. Thn tnlout In tho
hlRhuflt paid on nny rnrnlvnl com
imuy In tho t'nllcd Ktnlon. .Vcxt
week' eutcitnlumeiil wli ho tho but
of Itn character over neon In llond If
tho planit of tho Percy A. Ktovenn
post can make It nn.
Farinor, chool hoy nnd Irl, la
borer, firemen nnd fraternal organl
uitlonn will 'partlclpalo In maklnc
tho o.nnt a banner on. Day haro
been not aside 'for them to mnko the
Colo McKlroy'a Jnzz h.ind will ho
herrniid'0,lll hold dance In tho
Kymunlum nlchtly. ThU nKKr'a
ton of miiHlclann ha n reputation
for unbeatable dauco iiiukIc in Ore
Kon nod Itproiiilsod to brjUK out nil
tbcio In In tho danccrn of, IIiId city.
PLAN FOR WORK
OF NEXT YEAR
I.Vfl.L'KlVIJ IMtOflltAM OP I.M-
i'hovkmknts oirr;,i;i:ii nv
citv i:.(;im:i:u axi STiu:irrH
Mooting with City KiiKlneer ltob
ert II. Could and Mayor. i, A. Kiih(ch
on Monday, tl(o ntreetB commltleo of
tho llond council mapped out tho city
Improvements deemed nocefmary, dur
iiK the comliiK year and will report
lo the council U the pext rcRtllar
meeting of that body,
Of chief Importance from n health
Mtaudpolut ore tho plan for extend
Iiir; the Mewerytum on thq east
a!d of tho river. Practically fll of
that Mectlou of the city botwepd the
Drookfl-Scaiilon mill aftl the bualnesa
part of the city and from the, 'Pilot
Hutto cunnl to the rvervVwU he in
cluded, althouclnthero Vl'l be luriw
tractn nnd Inolatcd ntreetii whero tho
population fn too HmalQft, wurrnnt
tho expenditure. A fimtilie of the
work, Mr, Could Btnten. will be. that
tho sower plpo will not ho lud to
effect biiKument draliiHRo, which
would mean deeper oxvntloii' and
a much Rientir outlay of moni,'yt
tUieetn to h" Ijnproveli'Vll) w tho
nmfii thorotiKhfimm nil W- th city,
and thoHo'lmprovoiuoutH will tn i;oij
era I Include ki'iuIIuk id cluderluK(
ulthouBh otliei'H will f 'coiMnmiilntu
merely thp taiminietlou M pitiiioiit
.walk. N,o4" jiSriU' 'jrfH-fjinvepiontrf
wfl ho lal,tt eenftiiirifii rerfponne
"" W ,,
PRINGLE BUTTE FIRE
IS AGAIN REPORTED
, Itopovts that the PrlnaJa llutto firo.
whqh hh broken out sVj'onii tlmoa
nun ran, in ng n out ot'fcpumu, wore
I'l hHj heeh'
r9elxea as yU
SVC vl .
LL4 s !L-
POPULAR GOO, CONTEST TO
LUten, h'lrU, thu Percy A Htevens
pyt, American I.ckIoii, Iiiih arranged j
n Ilttlo feature for yonr benefit Lot
of folkn declare itn tho bcHt feature
of Hcvellle Week, Itn n popular r;lrl
content, In which the three Rlrlit pet
tiiiR tho Rreutest number of vote will
receive valuable, worthwhile Klftn.
Thd flrnt prUo a n white cold La
Valllnrp, net with dlamondn, pcnrln
and napphlren. It'n a- cauly, jmr
chuurd from tho Lnrnen nijd co'm
pany Jofcolry ntoro nnd now on dis
play in their window. The second
prlro In a lC-plece sqtVolLlvorDu
llurr) pattern, drenner e0t, ""nur -
cliaBod from the Horlon Drug com -
puny nnd now on dlnpluy Jn their
wlndou The third prize U uJMInn Dorln Olllis .. . ...... 50
Seneca camera, number 3, with six I Miss Mabel Hoy or 50
rolln of fllniH. An even doxeu of 'Mitts Fern Allen 50
young lndlen hnvo already beonMls.s Cladyn .Satlier......
nomliiiited and tho content promlnenlMlss'Dalgy Carter
to wax wutin nn tho end near. Ko1jMIm Qlad-n FnrnHwort,h,..
lowing rulon wilt govern tho content:
Any young lady can outer tho con
tent at any tlmo, Content will close
at 10 o'clock p. in. Oct. 2C, on Greater
Alamo how grohndn
Vote tiro five cents each. Each
DAIRYMEN WANT 'LAKE COUNTY SHEEP
PUREBRED COWSl MEN BUY 20 BUCKS
MeethiK Will lie llehl Hutunluy to
Deride on PutTliiiho of 00 Puiv
bred Hliorthom Dairy ('ok.
ng a denlre to purehaso' , ... . . . ,. , . ,
.',., .Creek .anii will add to their hcrda
dairy cowalHn'theAfVuwt , . . , A" ' ,
u: 'numbering more than 5.000. K, A.
tn lnrnlnp tliA r.Ukiu nntmaf nt
Central Oregon, the farmer of the
r,f rin.tr Hi-iri.- t,v..'.v i i
Ward, of thin city to addre themil1 fr, V,,,0lFck' l?0.
thrmi.1. th.. vnrt in,v erMmP . elected 10 buck for E. 11. Hall, of
Tho Fort Hock farmoiH deatto to
i run hock larinoiH uesuo to
use 00 cow an(l Mr. Wrd UI
Hove moat milted to Central Otcgoit
feeding and raugo couditlouH,
WILL START SOON
. ' '
I.umedlatoly after tho close of
itnvflliin wnu h,w win i.n (..v... .,
ritnrtftho fall Indoor bnnoball neasou
. .. .... .
at 11i ltnnil Aimituiip Atlilntlr rlnt.
Athlallo Director J..L. I.uckoy 8tntediDf Ir'ormlnB thq nmrrlngo cero-
on ediHday. Every organisation lni!n?,ny ,10 w,l,a nB ,Q l,ai,Ked ,u tUc'
tho city In urged to outer a team, fori """f n ro ' ? U' n,li?h.er- . In
u.n,. win i.n .. ii.u i i. ,i.. fnct I " offorliig to offlclato freo
...-, ..... v. ,,v V ... .. .M.
A loagua otganUatlon mooting will
ho hold ut tha cub on the oveuluK!
of lyipnduy. October 37, nnd playing,, Nl'IdlUH AKItlVKS.
It h oxpoctod, will Jio Htaytod within j Onoicatlojut of aulphur onch for
u fowday rq.m thut.Unm. Indoor )esclujje ynj Uehd ha arrived in'd
hnstJII lust year pnpyedta bo tmo of anolhor earload of "OOO nacka wllLar
the jftfist pbpuhtr forma', of athletic . rive In Umtpiul Saturday, accard
at lt..club. . IA , . . Hag to t-eul H, jtKoons'
- - ..,. riM.1-1 I s ' j):
"candidate will havo a pfenftlul urr
tit voic couponn kucu coupon rawii
bo marked with tho uamo of ;t
intili.ctntil ffir ulintn tlm vnln tiiV
,.. . .., .-,w
tended. Votes will bo cdunteu ut
noon dally nnd tho standing of cn-
teMantn puhllnhed lnThe Dulletln
'dally. Hoxcs for tho denonltlnc Vcrf
totcn will be cstabllnhed at tho fol
lowing, placon- Horton Drug Co.
Qwl vphnrmticyj ChiIdera & Ann:
Tho young ladles who hare noml-
, nated In the contest nnd thelr ronpec
JtlVMStunttJhg IsWn follow-:
'Mhta Margaret Schraedgr 50
'Minn JMnrle Fox - ... 50
Mm. Klnh. . . ..,. .... 60
Mi Mildred llunnetli.i 50
Minn Hllalt Urlck 50
Nomlnntiou of candldaten may b
mado to Cone T. Comntock.
I DrookH-Scanlon Lumbor Co.. office.
I or Tho llullotln office.
I l.esfer & Payne and Mobkltts &
JMonroem. well known Silver Lnko
nheepmeu Iat week purchased 30
jptirebied Ratnboulllet rnmn from tho
Ilaldwln Sheep Company, at Hay
UT.IWI .. T1..H.I M AMMH. H Mt.l.l
""- Ul 7"u . """ , y""":u ,"'
tlnKspiiwn aiding them In the selec
WllfoW IN SEATTLE
I "Publicity pnyu," declared Mayor
J. A. Kasto.s thlH mornrug, when ho
displayed a lottor from a prominent
Powell Uutto rancher, who hnil wrlt-
on to Immlro tho nitnio of a Seattle
widow who had written to tho llend
m t,nrl)' ,,n , U, tI'-obJect
motrlnioiiy. "I hope thoy find each
ih 0,,tlrQly "P to tl,u "Pcctatlons.
tor I Am enmittnir nn thn nrlvllnirA
'"' ""' -'K '( '" pririiKU
of charge nt thu woddlnjf."
Dlrcrlorn nt lU-tlmond MeMlne Hce
Pronprrou.i Hennin Alictul Fit-
lull In AnitiiTti H"'(t ntitl
FuBry-KtiM'k In Drmand.
Meeting at Itedmond on Saturday
director of the Dcnchutes Valley
Potato Oroweru Asnoclatlon consider
ed plnnK for marketing the 1919 po
tato crop and discussed other asso
That the future of the association
wan assured wns tho firm opinion of
the dlrectorn present who agreed that
tjio prlco outlook for tho coming
year wnn very fnvorablc. Through
out Central Oregon potatoes this year
hnvo not produced as heavily an in
other year but tho quality Is good
and because nt tho general shortage
a good prlco Is expected. -
As In other years a henry demand
for need In expected from district
such as Yakima which has annually
taken several ;m of local seed pota
toes. Fancy potntoes will also bo in
demand, according to tho associa
tion officers, nnd an effort will be
mado to establish the association
brand usjilwoy meaning the bent in
pqntocH.tho chief meann to this end
being the' use of a tag on the sack
bearing" uVand.and other Informa
tion. Part Payment to Ifo Made.
Financial arrangements mado this
year wilt be of great value to tho
memboro through furnishing them
with a high proportion of their par
wi(hMt,.waItIng for settlement on
uMpMtents'. Under the now arrange
tnelt"fjiivment of 75 percent of tho
vnliei will' be -mado as soon as the
n&mbof's 'potatoes nre graded and ac
copied, the balance to bo paid whenhI,B transp0rRti()R ound the WTk
shipment Is nettled for. , , -i, -.t, . ,. .
t ,. t. , c rc,e and th' Prt of It plan was
It in also expected thnt the asso
ciation will bo able to buy potatoes
from non-members in competition
with commercial purchasers.
or tho placo which
In Inking in tl
potato producing districts of tho
northwest is seen in the visit to
thin section Ijt'ing made thlsvycelc
by Georgo Hurt, of San Francltco.
-Mr. Durt Ir the biggest buyer of
potatoes orf the Pacific coast nnd ,
his visit wo looked forward to by J
tho association director on Sntur
day with tgrent Interest.
II! UKGISTKIl IOIt AVOItIC ON
OPENl.Nd NIGHT WIDE VAHI
YTVY OF Sl'lUKCTS CHOSEN UY
Forty-two handed In j-cglstratlon
card nt the llend night school ou
'Monday evening, and there are many
moro who while contemplating tak
ing up class work: ot home kind, are
net entirely deckled as to what sub?
jects to take. Registration books
wlll.b open up ta-and-jncludlng Fri
day evening, but after that date no
more will be accepted.
Subjects asked for last night by
studonts Include typewriting and
Hteuography, bookkeeping, reading
nnd grammar, citizenship, Spanish,
commercial English, urlthmetic,
law, s.tlesmaunhlp, general science,
history, and manual training,
DEAD WOMAN FOUND;
In n telegram Vecolvod on Wednfes
day by Sheriff S. E. Roberts from
Salt Lake City,' Utah, tho report Is
mndo that ' tho body of ti Mrs.
Hnzolton, believed to bo ot llend,
hun been found. Tho tologrnm fitr
titer states that tho woman's hus
band was un employe, of tho .Dyer
Construction company. Mr. Rotwta,
has beon unable to secure, any cutw,
tia fo (ho wherNeutaioX 'j)atlv'(
and' will wcom any information
wlilch .wjty'W'glen him In wnnec
(Ipn wOU the caw4
WONDERLAND IS SEEN
Park HrtperlBtcndeHt, Hot1! Md
New p por Men Touring drew
of Pnrkn ytn of
Trannperfatlea In Hope.
To forge a chain linking the
national parks of tho west with a
motor highway, two Yellowvtone
Park earn reached Bend on Thursday
and left at noon for Crater
Lake, Sequoia, IT. S. Grant, Yoso
mite and Grail Canyon National
Parka. They have driven from
Rocky Mountain Park, near Donver,
to Yellowslono nnd Glacier National
Parks and Mountain llalnler. The
tour I being mado under tho an
spices of tho Rational Pnrk service.
The car hare arcraged '25.2
miles an hour, running time, from
Denver to Bend, by way of the
national park, a distance of 2452
On May 15 1919, Secretary Frank
lin K. Lano of the Interior Depart
ment announced a plan for tying to
gether the national parks' with, a
well-defined nd narked autoWaWIe
road. It ,1s to carry out hkv nptoH
and to forward tho program ' of
Stephen T. Mather, dimeter of
national parka, that tbo Yellowstone.
car are speeding around.' the pnrk
clrclo to scout the roads and lo test
the government scheme. .
Itoad Improvement Needed..
The National Parle Service hope
some day to hare regular antomo-
succissfnlly tried during tho 1919
net Aon between Yellowstone and
GHcler. Parks. The Yellowstono,
Glacier and Rocky Mountain trans
portation Companies operated pas
senger car on schedulo time frort
Yollowstone' to Glacier and as soon
as road condition permit tho service
will be extended to Include the
Rocky Mountain national nnd other
Thu YollowKione-G lacier servlee
t followed the spectacular Geysers-to-
utaciers tral along tne main range
of tho Rockies tor a dlatnnce of 38-t
mile. Tho'trlp was easily m4e by
the twelvo passenger motor coaches
In two days. Luncheon stop on
this route were mai'a at Hozcmau
uud Choteau, Mont-, nnd tho over
night stop at Helena.
H. Child, president of tle Yellow
stone Park Transportation & Hotel
j Companies, who is in charge of .tlae
touring party -which visited Semi
i uu ay, naia pa would ue interested
in establishing an automobile stage
line from Yel6tono, via Helena,
Missoula, Spokane, Seattle and Ta
cqma to Mount JtInler.
Auto TrawportalloH Foreseen
"This will not be posslblo. how
ever, until the reads across Idaho
and from Davenport to Ellensburg,"
he said. "Transportation of tourkU
over most ef the way would be me.
tical as the ellrq, trip from Be4
ta HeleA ls a- sceMte wonderland.
The trip over the Columbia River
j&ighway 1 it oaoet' beautiful one
which every automobile owner la
tho United States should some day
take. The. road from Seattle to
Portland, however, I terrific, In fact,
It Is the worst road wo havo encoun
tered on the enUre rlp from Domer.
I understand that fche road improve
ments now under way will put thU
highway In pretty good condition
Tour It Important,
The Yoltowstone cars and their oo
cupants aim to aIr up greater Inter
est among (purists In California thta
winter to tour through the Neta-
west, according to Max OoniieWl,.
secretary e.f 'Oip Helena Commercial
'club, .another member of the party
"Montana hnn been overw
with visiting automobiles this
sou." said Mr Goods)!!, '! wlfck
our two great national pHc
really have soroetklus to e
with such imnertant Uuriat
m Rattle and ; ywirffi,
waro i , lofeuru taw
through Montaiw during tk ui
(ContUud ,IiwkC i'aw 1.)