WEEKLY EDITION 1 bend bulletin. 1 r ,v ,IISV- VOIi. XVII IIH.VD, DMfcOJIUTK.S COUKTV, OIIKGON, Till ItHDAV, WVWIIV 8, 1020 No. 43 i H'E t TWO RESERVOIR SITES FAVORED BY GEOLOGIST EXPECTS REPORT TO BE OPTIMISTIC 'FEDERAL AID NEXT Vfilunl ,tMiriiiir? by rrofcwMir 'rnby on llriilmm 1'nlU ami Vvmw Prairie In In I'wil at li ligation Congies-. Virtual assurnncn that both the llenhnm Fnlls mid Cmno I'ralrln res ervoir niton will be nyillnble for de velopment, U contained In n wlro jiufmcelved by T. II. Foley, retlr- lug piculdent f iho 1'vnd Commer cial cluli, from Professor W. O. Crosby, houd of Iho party of geolo gist who piirNiird Investigations here last summer for tlio reclamation ser vice. "ltnioiln Hearing completion e ) peeled to bo optimistic ui to both Ilouham Kails nnd Cinno Prairie." Professor Crosby wired. "For each sllu a safo und stable dam, iiiul n tight lesorvolr appear to bo ecoiiom .loally fiHlbli). 1-nlost boring sam ples from llenhnm Full not receiv ed but expected noon." Frofewnr Crosby's lok'Knun whs In ronponno to one sent u wook ago by Mr. Foley. In which ho asked thnt any possible information u to thu futuro of Ilia project bo given, no Hint Conn al Oregon representatives would know whnl course of notion to piiriiuo itt this Ktiita Irrigation Con -k gross which convene on January 8. Thu completeness of tlio reply, as woll iin llm delay In nandlng II, In d lea to, Mr Foley believes, Unit Iho ntuwer wnn sanctioned by Iho rcc tarnation service. "Wo uro now ready for ilia second step." Mr. Foley Muled (hi morning In commenting on tho pohslhllltlos opened up by llm Inforiuntlon received from the geologist. "With a favorable report practically nssur od, mo nru In a poult Ion to uak gov ernment aid. Ily coucoulrAiliiK on IhU oiio project. great thlnga'cnn bo , ilouo by Iho Oregon IrrlKutlon con gros this year In tho way of securing ' fcditrul nsslstunca." DR. DALY DIES ON TRIP SOUTH . & Dr. Judge Bernard Duly, of Luke view, former Circuit Judge, died Monday mornlnn whllii on bin wy to Dlvo'rmore, California, for his hoalth, according to word received hero Wednesday. Ilo won 62 years of ago. Dr. Daly wuh president of thu bunk of Lnkiivlnw, of Iho Lnko Coun ty Land & Livestock Co. nnd wor con nected with viirloiiH other largo cor porations operating In 'southeastern Oregon. At ona lima ho was Mnto senator nnd was thu fnlhor of tho prcsunt t exemption law for debtors. Ho wns rlmirmnn or nil tho wnr loan iind.ro Hot ncllvltloH durliiK Iho wnr, nnd was a heavy Investor In llborty bondH, Dr. Daly s rutuomborcd by uarly roBldontiinf Central Oregon for tht purl ho pluywl 7n -xJuHilliig Relief tp tlfo Buffcrorn nt Itc tlrjvo of th 1Ih- nutjoiiH Silver I,k tire, making n contlnuouu rldo of'moro titun 2t hourM to of for medical nvNlHtuuco to tho (Iro ylctlniH, SCHOOLS COMPETE FOR GERMAN SHELL Tho Itudiuond, Hums, mid Trliia vllh I'lKh HrhoolH hnvo entered tho navy oHtmy wrltlni; rontost which pro vldea iih n prize n three Inch uhell (uken from n (Ionium battleship, The shell wllj bo nlokle plated, and will bo enpnVod. with thft name of tho wlunli;R school. "AvlHtlon" Ih to be the inject tpv wnay wflteib, u-iioiiiici-H HeciultluR OWcer Warner, und tho length of atmuys In limited (o l.WQ y"$4p ThePend hlRh uplinerwa iiIh t'jer thf con lol'V9iJi9.MJck .iifuiR, . -, ' BUSINESS MEN DOUBLE CENSUS TAKERS' WAGES THOROUGH COUNT IS IMPORTANT POLICIES OUTLINED IliftnliillOHM l Imi .ti.vor.ilri. al Hlalr li-rlKtloa ConxrrftM 1'jtHt.nI on by Conimerrlnl Club nl liiiniliron TliU Noon. Appointment of commltk-en to Horto durlnjt tho pro-cnt year, nnd dlHCUMlona of renolullonii lo be In troduced nt the Hlnle. Irrigation Con KrM, comitltuted tho chief bmlne brouRht before tho llund Commercial club Wodnotdny nt It llmt mcetlnR of tho year, A report by the lH treiiNiirer nhowd n iivruIIyv balance of 24cta, tho reMolutlonH outllnlun the nliiifi of llm propo.od Civic council were approved and Carl A, Johmton named an tho club" dcJcRiile, and I'reldnnt D. 0. McPhcrHon reported on tho action tukou by thu directors In their moellnR Tuesday to puy con Mtm cnutnerntorH four rejila n nnmo liuKlnnliiR IIiIk niornlnit. In addition lo thu four cont rnlo already beliiR paid by the government Thin la to In Ktiro a llioroiiith coiihun bnlnc made, nnd iih n further precaution uiiolll clal uuuitK'atorH mny bo put on to hoc uro Information for Ihu govern ment ronpUN taker. Threu poluln were nt Imkiio In tho rcHoliitloitN brought up by II. II. Da Armotid, indnt Importiinl being tho oiio cmboilylug tho movement for federal nld for Iho Ilunhnm Falls project. Tho necoiid nought to have tho duty of water for Irrigation til ed , and tho third nought to prevent Iho, WINS bfwifur for outside uses from n district which already tins nn Insufficient aupply, Tho hint part Wiia ron-ldorod nn being directed at the relations exlHllug between Iho C. O. I. Company and Ih I.ono I'lue Ir rlgntton district, und after cousldar. nblti opposition on tho giouud that Ihu liut.Uu was ton local, tho resolu tion wiia withdrawn by Mr. Do Ar moud. As pasried by the club, tho mcnaurcK provided that action on tho namo polntu should bo asked of thu llMlaturo mid the Stnte Chamber of Commerce Committee nppolntmeulN made by tho clinlr were as follows Kond IT, J. Oyerlurf. It. S. Ilamlltpn, und X 0. Jacnbsnn, Mnmberahlp B, 1.. Payne, Oeorgo .1. I'urknH,Juii(IJ.Vo A. ThomiiM. Mull routes -I). H. Peoples, W. H. Hiidtton. nnd F. B. Htudubaker. ' ButertnluinantA. V h I h n a n I, Hov. J. KdgsrPurdy, and Henry N. FowJor. . 1 . MtMcantllo-!.. J. Callow, Frank Imibult, and C. A. Wnrner. Irrigation T. II. Foley. II. II. Dc Armond, and Ilobort II. Could. Although no hlgns of steam roller Indies woro In ovldonco, ovory oftlror elected by tho lloiid Conuuerclul club for 1030, ut tho weekly meeting last week, was chosen by u unanim ous voto, thoro being no contest for uuy position. D. (!. McPherson, nominated by J. A, BnsteH was prom oted from the Hccretaryshlp of the club to tho presidency, Mr. Bastes, whoso name was put up by C. S. Hudson, boenmo vice-president, nnd the oticV) of. secretary and trous urpr we.ro combined, It. A. Ward bo Ing picked for both Jolm. The so lection of directors proved lo bo u lengthy task, nd less than 10 nomin ations nml Impiodluto refusal or iiomlnoeH preceding tho fluul select ion of J. I ,Koyes, J. P. Ilonnessoy, 0. S, Hudson, nnd H. 1 MulinlToy. At tho close of the, elections, tho club Kuvo a lislng voto f thnnka to T. II. Foley, retiring prosldent, for his of ll'elent work during tho lqst tvy-o yours, HOMK HBIiUS FOIt t.1,000. AuuouncDmout wuh mudo Tuesday of the purchase by It. H. Muncev. of tho O. A, O'llrloi) homa in Ttlver Ter race, for n cash conlde.ratlon of $3.- 000,,Tho house la of brick vouoer con strucqn, nnd contains flvd' rooms. ina ueu whs made through the HgenoyGf llunkl & IMm- FARM BUREAU MEETING SET JANUARY 31 TO SEE ANNUAL SESSION I'liibleiu of Flailing New County Agcnl ! l,uI,rl,ncHl Man .May Ilo round llullrllii'!' IIiMloinl My Fanner.' Meeting In Hedmoud Monday tho executive board of Hid Deschutes County Farm Ilurcuu decided on Jan uury 31, ns thu dale for the annual meeting of4ho bureau. Tho session will fit art nt 10 o'clock, und annual roports, tho formulation of a policy for Iho coming year, and election of ufJlcpr wilt bo In order. . '" Discussion ut last night's session centered about tho problem of secur ing u county agent to replace If. B, Koons, who resigned recently. ' No county agent leader from O. A. C. was present at tho meeting, but tho only caudldalo for tho position known to bo nvalluble, has reconsid crcd Ills intention of coming lo Des chutes county, and tho agricultural college Is ut n loss as to how best to remedy existing conditions. It is pqsslblo that some mnu well ac quainted with Iho problems coufroul-lng-k)Q agriculturist In Central Oro gon, mny bn round within tho county, mid If this solution is offered, it Is understood that the board's choice will bo mndo public following n con ference with O. A. C. leaders tho lat ter part of tho week. Thu board endorsed tho weekly edition or Tho Ilulletln ns a strong farm paper, and postponed advertis ing In tho Farm Ilurcuu News Indef initely, It. A. Ward was elected to a place on Iho board to fill n vacancy recently caused by resignation. Those In attendance last night were: It, II. Short, President Fred N. Wallace. John Marsh, It. U. Flick inger, Otis Htndlg, J B. Smnlllng, nnd , It. A. Wnrd RATING BUREAU MENARE1RE "AVIlh Iho coming ol Q. II ICrogor fnd' F. J. Whlttlesoy, engineers for (he Oregon Hating bureau, tho our veypf Uond, on which a downward revlsfaji of thu II ro insurance charges' WllP&epund, begun Monday. Tho Worker tbo first lev: dayH wilt bo lurgglyi preliminary, and It-1 expect ed that Iho entire Investigation of local 'conditions and tho changes cf fectod ,for thu city's safoty by tho Introduction of up-to-dato lire fight ing methods, organization of a crack volunteer department, und purchase or new equipment, may lnko In tho neighborhood or three weeks. Mr. Whlttlesoy and Mr. Kroger woro presont nt the regular meeting of tho tiro department Monday, i und exprosiod themselves us being innrn Minn iiIoiiua,! will, llm ni.mlnk :. - ;: . .-..-, won. iiuyor j. a. Kastcs nnd D. a, McPhersou, of tho tiro committee, wore also In attendance. Tho department's charter closed Monday; 'with u membership or 35. COUNTY COURT RESOLUTIONS ' ESTABLISH COUNTY LIBRARY Ily virtue or tesolutlouB pah-od Wednesday by the Deschutes County conn, tho County Library or Des chutes county was declared ostnblluh oil. n library board appointed, an an mini half mill tax fur tho support or tho Institution authorized, ami organ Uutlon, followed by thu employment of a, trained librarian, ordered. The uoara w composed or 1 W. Sawyer, appqlntqd (o soryo rour years. Fred N, Wallace or Tumnlo. ror three yen.ts, (Mrs. Mux Cunning of. Red mond, ror; four years,, Qeorgo Pad dock, .for two yemva, and lj'. J. M J.Hwrenro. for ono year. Under tho plan o i uRjaatlon ROAD BUILDERS WORKING SOUTH MAY FINISH JOB IN FEBRUARY (.iwIIiik nod ClndrriiiK lo be Hulc nl lo Tnki) AilvnnliiKi' or Mol- - " Mil e .Vow in, OioiiihI To J .Vit (.rntel on One Mile. Under direction or Stephen Quail, superintendent of construction for Oskar Huber, work started on Monduy establishing a camp Just be yond Iiva liuttc, from which point tho work of Improving tho La Pine road will bo directed. Operations are. to commence at once, and H. F. 'Wlekncr, construction" engineer, be Wre that It can bo completed by tho .middle of February. Home amount or snow stilt lies along the road, and In fact covers one side or it, because or the method employed In clearing it wny from Im- PI no following tho big storm of eirly December. Mr. Wicknor states, but this condition will bo immediate ly remedied by using tho big cater pillar tractor which was employed with such good results on tho Turn ulo road. Ily tho use of a scarifier tho frozen ground will bo, loosened, then graded, und tho surfacing of cinders put on. Ily using this meth od, it will ho possible to tako advant age of tho moisture now In tho soli, flrmlyHdndlog on tho cont of cinders ns soon as Iho road Is rolled. Clearing the road will Involve an uxtra expenditure of approximately 300 'to tho contractor. Mr. Wlekncr states, but ho Is anxious to get the work started dt onco do that the ground will have no llmo to dry out bcfoie the surfacing Is done. Approximately ulna miles of, clear Ing nnd rough grading has already been completed on the north road on Ttiit-Dalles-Cullforuin highway, und this will bo resumed as soon aa tho work authorized by tho State Highway commission, on tho south hjghway Is flnlsht;d,Tho fifth mile on the,l.a Pine rond'fs Co bo gravelled Instead of cindered, In order that comparison niay.be made between tho cosl and efTccflveneM or tho twp methods of-rond construction. 1920 FREAK YEAR CALENDAR SHOWS Fir! In', 100 Venrs to II.ivo Five SiiHilajH.JI Nml Trlibiyr Cwiiipm On The Tliiiteriitli. Confirmed and irreconcilable bach elors'look askance, nt thu 1920 calen dar, with particular attention direct ed to February. A casual glance sum ces to Indicate tho reason for appro pension for February. 1320. contains twenty-nine, days, 1920 being n Loop Year. And to mnko a bad muttcx worse, Filday of tho second week or Febru nry rails on the 13th. Ouco in n century. Fobruury hns tlvo Sundays and 1920 Is the ono hundredth years bIiico a similar phe nomenon occurred Everything con sidered, 1020 shou J provo u lucky year lor the girls, but to tho bachelor contingent tho twelve months are tilled with dark forebodings. for u county library ns provldod by Htatute. und as bus now been accept ed, formally by tho county, und In formally by the city, thu Institution has headquarters li tho county's largest city, with brunches establish ed In other communities us soon as places for such distributing points, nnd biittuble librarians aro provided. The half mill which will bo lovled by the county, and u similar mlllago In thu city, according to present val uations, will maun an Income or ap proximately $5,300 annually. This does not ntTocyhe present yeur's tin uncial arrangements, however, as 56,000 is now awured from tho coih blnw taxw o;.ty(tKud county, ' l PETITION ASKS HARD SURFACE i ti'friKVr im rtrufViUM uj-vl. TIO.V DKSIItBD HKCOSU VKtU TIO.V lli:i.V I'ltBI'AItBI) HKKKH WIDKM.VO OF KKNWOOI). Hard surface streets for tho great er part of tho fiend business districts are asked in a petition to the city council being drawn up Tuesday by W. C. Illrdsall, lo bo circulated for signatures within a few days. Wall street from Franklin to tbo Ilend garage, Itoad from Franklin to Greenwood, and all Intersecting streets, together with Greenwood from Wall to tho depot, are speci fied In the petition as the streets for which hard surfacing is desired. Another petition which Mr. Bird sail Is preparing calls for the widen Ing of Greenwood by the city. Tho plan suggested Is that the city buy an Insldo lo. in tho block across Oreenwood from the Pilot Butte Inn. K this Is done, Mr. Illrdsall, as roan ager of the Inn property, agrees to donate a corner lot completing the strip which could bo vacated In order that tho widening of the street could bo made possible. FOLEY DENIES CLUB AT FAULT Ileplylng to a letter from William McMurray, General Passenger Agent, or tho O.-W. It. & N. recently print ed In Tho Dullotln. rcgurdlcg the failure of tho railroad administra tion Oregpu Ilook to mako mention ot Deschutes county, T. IL Foley, re tiring presldont ot tho Bend Com mercial club, denies thnt any rcauest wus made to tho club to furnish In formation for audi a publication. He disagrees with Mr. McMurray's state ment that Iho Commorient club waft iMrt.allv. If not nrlmnrllv resnonni. ' blo ror tbo omission, nnd In refeMuiri to this phase of the question, writes mt follows: . . .... . . . .... . . iu mai siaiemeni i wisn to joko excoptlou for the files of tho Bend Commercial club do not disclose any correspondence trom Farmer Smith or any ono olso asking tor Informa tion for this booklet. Wo do not believe that Farmer Smith, or any ono olse can produce copies ot cor respondence from thejr files showing that such information was asked ot tho Bond Commercial club. '.However, wo do not believe that any one conscientiously did us nn in Justice but wo do bejlore that an in justice was d?"o, consequently wo reel that we aro not asking too much when wo ask that a supplement be Issued to be distributed by tho same organisation. Wo will be glad to furnish (he data ror such supple ment." BEND-BURNS ROUTE GIVEN BODY BLOW A roport to Senator McNary by J. D. niakcoly, fourth Assistant Post master General, on the matter ot a Bond to Burns star mall route, de clares that investigation or condi tions bus caused tho belief that it is better to rely on tho routing or mull through Ontario nud Crane, desplto tho poor train service From Bond to Burns would require an overland roule ot 170 milos, ho says. Arguments lu favor ot tho Bend to Burns route wero sent lu by Burt C. Jones, secretary of the Bums Commercial club. BOXING dOURSE TO BE GIVEN AT GYM As a now. feature In the Athletic program of the Industrial Y. M. C. A. a class in boxing is to bo started under tho direction of Fred Gilbert conceded to- be tha best mitt si-Hat over develop n. Ikmdt ,Tlw boxing course wHHwvur 10, weeks, and hottH wll4 established later, the schedule J--Jh ndja n ahWly t HU'lt a buBleBj'of the pulls'. $ CITY MANAGER PLAN ADVISED BY RECORDER DWELLS ON QUESTION IN REPORT LIBRARY IS FAVORED KxprnrllliirrFoi Jl Well ia Hsr ccnt of ISuiIget Fire Losae For War 'V-68 R,U nintrw on HU-eclii Aked. A review of the business ot tha past year, with dhtcusslon ot tho now year's prospects, and an Infor mal rote fardrlag an ordinance abolishing the city library .and re cognizing and cooperating In tho flnoncing ot tbo proposed cotiatr library, featured the, annual nessloa of tho Bend city council Tuesday. A matter which It Is considered raay be ot much Importance later, wwp touched on la the report of City Hecorder D. II. Peoples, whea as recommended that in the next bud get, provisions bo made for a salary sufficiently large to permit tho re corder to devote his entire time te city work, and to act In a senso as a city manager. Mr. Peoples stated further, tffat If the city should' de cide la favor of this plan, and,caa iind a satisfactory man for tho peti tion, that he would be willlngr't9 tender his resignation. , Prccccding tljo Introduction, et tho library ordiitaace, an explana tion ot the county library plaa waa given by It. W. Sawyer. Tho ordi nance Itself provides, for a one-half mill tax to add to a similar laUUgo agreed on by the county. Durlai tho present year, however, the $3. 000 appropriation mado by city aad county alike, will jitatid. 1010 "itudgrt Too .Small Six thousand, throe hundred and cerenty-Iour dollars and thlrty-nlaa cents w.m the total ot fees taken In by the recorder's office during tho Parft year, whllo a list ot expeadt- " showed a detlcl. In practically every fund, because ot the insaal clency ot tho 1919 budget. Deficits were as follows: City Attorney, $130; Ilecordor. 60; Treasurer, ?150; Police. $2024.49, tiro taad. (Continued ob 2.H8t Page.) ml COUNCIL AIMS OUTLINED Reasons underlying tho orguulxa tlou ot tho Bend Civic council, now In process ot formation, and outlin ing tho alms ot the organization, are gbeu in tho report of, a special com mittee, composed,. R. S. Hamilton, O. H. Baker, E. JO. Olison. Mrs. N. G. Jacobson, and h. W. Trickey. It Is us follows: "Realizing that a number or baai ness, labor, social, religious, frater nal, and other reputable organiza tions exist In Bend, all apparently working In various ways for tho gen eral welfare and upbuilding of Bend nn& tho communjty, that- there Is in many lustaucea a duplication ot ef fort, often r suiting lu a waste t energy and money, "Bellovlng thnt there is a need tor a central organisation, builded upon tho basis ot brotherly fooling and oqunltty, to be uou-polltlcal and non sectarian In its nature, to collect pub lic sentiment, crystallize It, and by proper publicity und concentrated ef fort seo that it is carried into eKeet .which organization shall bring (nte closer relation tha varied Interests, through representatives at the coor dinated orsnlzatleRS, thereby ob taining prompt, energetic, harmoni ous, efllclent and uaanlmous uctlan lu all matters affecting the general weltare ot Bend and the community, which shall stimulate buBlntvm activ ity awl enterprise, promote the gen eral good, improve present cedf tlana ot living, cultivate frBday buJa. labor, vo-JaI, and frafwrjuU tWutieaa - ameag eMwdvM andwfi our naJghbera tarwkt Uw lkHt tM Ss4f. "Wa. tha uwmkkM. .ft .,:S-i.i. -?rzz:7 vmt,- mm-' swptrsn frMl."