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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1920)
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HKM), )V.WW'tKA COUNT!', OHKGON.
TIlCltHDAY, JAM'AHV !if, HttJO
M .J 4ft,
Wl VVVi ''' wmjui rf. 'JWM- ""kWS. " ' i
' CROWDS STAND
" IN RAIN WHILE
STONE IS LAID
ANCIENT KITES USED
f Head of I'jixtcni (licK'tii MncTMi In
VMl Hend Again When New
HI. I-Ynnt-U Cliiirt-li N Dedi
cated, Hi Promlcv
Despllo slormy weather, hundreds
utootl ror Hourly two Ihmitm on Sun
day In polling mill during thu Im
posing ccpynonlrs attending tho lay
lug of Hid cornerslunn of tho now
HI. Fruncl Catholic church hern.
Tho blessing of thu stone whh dono
li' thu' Hlght Rovorond Illshop
JnKcph McOrnth. of lluknr, und In
laying II b w wmUttfd by FuMier
Luko Sharkey, hend if tho homburg
rliurch. Using a gold-surfaced
trnwol, HUhop McOrnth applied I ho
mortnr before thu slono was lowered
unit attended by momhur of tho lurnl
mid visiting clergy passed back
through tlm crowd, which Mood un
covered, needle of tho driving rain.
The stoito was rnrrlud to ItM resting
plaro by K. P. llrostorhous,
Uccauio of tho storm, u grout pnrt
of tho Anclonl ceremony prescrlh-i-(t,
was conducted within tho door
wny of thr rceldonco of tlm clergy
on Franklin street. Just to tho sldo
of thn now church building, the
blessing of tho holy water, tho mark
Inn of tho klono with four crees,
nnd other Impresflvn rile taking
nlnco within full view of the erowd,
hut, under shelter. At thn eehelH
alon o(,t,ht afternoon the bishop,
brief address promlMd that ho
would again visit ltend to bo present
nt tho dedication of le new tmltd
tng Hrj formally edeVT?taisWre
monies with tho preclswatlew.'isfl'a.n
Parchment Plum) In HtyF
The storuT which now' resWtMtfce
northestcumer of the, AlMIng,
roittnlns'lu a specially holleVed ca
vity, a parchment proclaiming! tho
completion of tho day's ceremony,
the names of thn chief executives of
tlm nation, stato, nml city, thu nojne
of thu urchllect, Loo A Tiiomas.iand
of thu contnirlor, B. r. nrbsterhous,
nnd of tho building und lltiuncliil
committees of tho church,
Tho membership. of thftt Includos
T. A. McCaiiuj. V. HoiiniiUNcy, Wll
Hum O'Donuoll. Carl A. JoIiiikoii, M.
P. Cnshnian, I). T. Cnrmody, John
I'nnnll, Churluii J. DiiKnu, Jninos
Mclvln, Dan llourlKiiu,' John O'Cul
ImkIikii nnd HlKh O'Kano
KiicIiik n HliortitKo In nccoouury
I Hchool rooniH at tho oponliiK of tho
nocond torm, tho Houd school board
authorized City tiuporlntuudeiu H,
W. Monro lo micura two vnennt rooma
to bo used until thn old Kenwood
building can bo moved to tho euat
aide nnd set up Homowhejo In the
vicinity of tho high school. ThU
" roui'flo of action wavs docldod upon
nftor tho report of Architect Leo A.
Thomas, who estimated that tho cojtt
of porlublo onq room bulldlnga
would como. to ?J(800 ourlu
Tho polislblllly of contlmilng with
tho Rro'snnt plant wlthput bonding
tho (MsTrinl fon tho rouKtruo'tlon of
Hliothoruitlt for tjie high school; was
. -eoiiKldgrorfj and Villi UIh point' In
V vow tho appointment of n t-ofnmlt-find
vflK authorlJieil to bhcertaliPwlio.
thej- or not flio old (,'eiilral hulling
can bo moved woh of IIh pnjaont lo
cation, und put in nlmpo for aaathor
your'H U8 if. tjilH can bo done, It
la pointed ottH u contraJ haatlng
plant, could bq pstallud," elltulnat-'-nK
blo tty'iniitufpVfr at'ory rrtinrtH,
which havo boon vucnnt tMyoar
o; (hcLjidvicp pf the statP Mr, toar
riho!, ,Ily nlovlg !d fianle
Hlnjctliro, th.slto for the renwljlii)r
iihU of the hlgft 8ciioolwiuta bo
ivaciltod ready foK into,, whmip c.r on
itfMctionIa decided bih h
MOKE ROOM NEEDED
AT FISH HATCHERY
nn lliindlo Only Hniall Vnvt
1,'KKh Token nt Klk l,iikit !
" rlnroM V. . llMtllfy,
KHhnr tho cupaclly of the Tuinulo
hatchery will huvo to be ureutly In
cronnpd, or n lan;o part ot thu 7,
000,000 eaatern brook, trout ckk
(niton by J'wrl Iyncn nt Klk Ltiko
will huvo to bo ahlppnd to llonnnvlllc
tor liatrhln-f, W. O. Ilnilluy, Deputy
UUlrlcl tlaino Warden, stales, Tho
hatchery on tho Tiimnlo, us It now
Hlmidxi run tiikn euro of approximator
ly 2,000,000 vrks, but early In Fob
niary n steady strenin of spuwn from
the eylnK Mlatlnn at l.nva I.ako will
hi'Kln to pour In, und long hefoio thu
total number uvallublo hua been re
celvfd, tho hatchvVy trougbs and
ponds will bit tilled to tho limit.
Whether thn surplua tkrh could
ibu taken earn of at llonnovlllo Js not
PROTESTS ARE MADE
to I'nlf of l.nt
Tfadiem In lliplnlti Hlule
Coiiklderablo opposition to tho
order from tho stuln board ot
health ten, u I ring tlm vaccination ot
all children, nnd teacher who urn
to remalnj In qltcndMncu at school,
Ik being made In Ilend, according
to City 8upf rlutendrnt . Moore,
Objection to1 the order Is noi com
Ing entirely f row .Christian Scien
tists, bo Hays, nlthouik the opposi
tion to physical Inspection In tho
iMJhooW did eerae directly from this
la rheweantlmn Information fur
HkhedTisppupllH at tho tlmo of their
ttfgls(raslnn for the opening of the
term, is being gathered, shewing
the length ot , tlmo which' has
ejupited since a successful vaccina
tion against smallpox. Instructions
will bo given to tho tearhura by
tho city superintendent, to udvlse
tho children ot thu requirements
laid down by tho statu health board.
So far the smallpox situation bus
been handleil with little difficulty
in tho schools.
. Instructions to the rural dlstrlcta
In regard In vaccination, are being
sent out by County Superintendent
.1 Alton Thompson.
IS EXPECTED SOON
liisiiraiiio Clint-gen Should lit Ite
dm I'd Onixfmii-tli, Ih Ilellef
of .Major Kute.
A report us to lleud'a now tliu In
Hiirauco rating ahould bo received
hero within tho" next two or three
weekj, It was stated Wednesday by
Mayor J. A, Has ten, llcprnstututlves
ot thu Oiegou rating bureau huvo
llulshell their work, and when tho
compilation of thu data they have
gathered Is completed, a eouslderublo
Induction wllf ho noted, Mr. Hasten
Tho present basic rate Is GO cents
a hundred, und because ot the ex
cellent lire protection now afforded,
uud the small amount of Iobsoh Jn
tho last three yearn. UiIh should bo
j'Joyvprod to '5 cents, Mr. Kastos pro-
GET PHOTO SERVICE
Ho that Hi rmployoa In tho plants
nnd logglni; campa may' huvo an op
portunity to ieo tho world's ovonts
In pictures Tho Bliovlln-Hlxnn Coin
P.iny nml the IlrooU-Scanlon I.uti
lor Co. yesttroay contracted wlt'i
I ndbrwoM't Uilderwood through
11 Kllhft-Iiidiutrlul Setjvlco for ljic.
,,bi,alk-uevii bervlce. TIiq ploturjs
uvo the Ritmo aa tho onus Keen n
thii cltlod. LUrgo lulllotln boaB
wju l"i ori' d, for tlm p.rnn,er dV
pluy of thode 'hvjk photoBiupUa.
3f KEPT SECRET
M.imiiAdi: oi- Mi:uiii: mii.i.kk
ASH MIHH (iliA l)VK I'AltNH
WOltlf AN.f.NCi:i KIVIJ
MflXTIIH AITKIt Ci:itl'..MXV,
Mr. and Mrs. Mnrlo Miller nro be
ing showored with congratulations
this week, not merely becuuso of tlio
fuel of llielr being married, but be
cause Pfj.thplr ability In keeping tho
secret of tho marriage for so long.
Although married In I'rlnovllle, llvo
.months ago, they have been able to
keep It a nocret from their most In
tltnato frlonds, prefering llujt ho ono
should gain nu Inkling of their new
relation until Mr, Miller completed
tho fall torm, finishing his high
school course. Announcement to a
few of their donor friends was mude
Mrs. Miller, formerly Miss Gladys
Karuiworth, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs, J. K. FnniBworth, bus be.cn em
ployed by thu tulophonn company an
an operator, and Mr. Miller, during
his lust semester nt school was'
known as ono of tho stars on Coach
Mooro'H eleven. Ho Horvcd for near
ly two years liLlhoJLf,. S. Navy, re
turning to Hend after' receiving his
discharge, early In July.
BEND TO FIGHT
IF FLU COMES
Determined to have everything in
resdlnes to wage an effective tight
against; iRnenza should It appear la
Bend, n committee beaded by K. L,
l'ayn'v" of' iH city council health
board, I making a survey of the
city this weU to ascertain how large
a HUlRtlfy ot linen, beds, and othjf
supplies would be available for fUT
itching no emergercy hospital. A
list ntUll nurses who con serve. Is
kUo bsiM nude. up.
ThejlBU is being taken as tho
it nut it a meeting called Saturday
ittlerneen'by Mayor J. A. Kuntes,
which was .attended by members of
tho city government, llond physicians
and Hod"Cro.Hs oftldnls. Those ser
ving on tho committee. In udditlon
to Mr. I'ayuo. uro J. I). Donovan, H.
W. Mooro, Mrs. E. I. Mnhnffey, arid
Miss Margarot Hrems.
BEND-BURNS ROUTE .
Sltinotl, lit Letter, Nns lteiue-t for
Pcr)ll IllVOhtlgUtlllll Mils
. i lltH-it ."Miule.
the result of tho effort h of Con-
K'rcKHiniui N. J. Sluiiott, the Fourth
l'oHtnmatov-Ocnornl tins reconsidered
hbi dcclHlou turning down the Hend
Hums mull route, tho qucutlon being
refctrotl,1 V) the postul Inspector with
u rvjItlPV for u personal Investigation
nml 'report by a representative, of tho
department, according to n letter re
rolvetlMtrQin Mr, Slnnott by, H. C
JoncB.sfccrotnry of tho lliirua Com
morcl;il olub, snyu thu TUtie.i-IIernld,
of tliut city.
Congrossmnn Slnnott naked that
Out HurUH-Cfuiu dolUury be contin
111)11. , t
SUIT TO CANCEL
Word woh received Tuesday fFom
Porlliind of tho settlement 'of tlio
cuhii brought by the Hankers' Life
(nmininoo Co. or Dos Moines UKulnst
Fred N, Wulhico, ot Tumulo, for cuu
colliitVpn of tt policy.' Rigid tests
conducted by physicians In Portland
showed Mr. Wallace to be. no, oxcoh
lent risk, and tho nRrelmient, ot tho
life Insurnnco company to ullow him
(i (ukfl nnotlier oxnminntiou to sub
BtMijtlftto (ho findings us' to his phy
Moul cojulittout which ''nccompaulod
lli vorflni nppllcatlon, co,n8tttutea
j vJetqry for him, ,
.M1!) KjlHev,8 roprvHd, by
DoAruiQud, & BraUluo, v w..
SPUDS SOLD AT
A FANCY PRICE
gt,ti-5 A UlM)lti:i) PAID I'Olt
CUNTKAIi OUKKO.V TL'IIKItS
VAM.KV Ol'FKIUXGH HKATK.V
FIMMl r,( TO 7H CKXTH.
Central Oregon potatoes are bring
Cng from $1 to $4.25 a hundred, f. o.
b. Ilefui. Ous K. fltadlg, of tho Ticjf
chutes Valley Potato Grower asso
ciation. r"portd flaturday. Mr. fttadlg
has just finished superintending tho
loudlng ot two cars billed for Tho
Dulles and Dufur, which Mold at this
price, and two more cars were being
loaded todny to fill an order from
Topponlsb, Washington, at $4. Thcao
prices are irom CO cents to 7S cents
higher than thono at which Wit
lametto valley potatoes arc bolng of
fered. All four carloads wero ordered
largely fur seed, and were not of tho
flcal grade, being practically thu run
of tho field, Mr. Stadlg said.
Willi, the totalling of registration
figures Tuesday, tho nrollment in
the IJuiid schools mounted to 1219, a
notabto Increaxo ovqr tlio 10PJ at
thn beginning of tho rail term. Tho
total given out th'ls "morning docs
not Include pupllt? w'h'o will bo In
attendance at tho Carroll
Crowding wn foil rlili.flv In iJia
. . . " ,. ... .
Junior high schoo today,, although-
. f ',""" '" T"; oliThursda-r night, finished their con
I'"7"' M -m.TI ( BVVk UIIUUKU
r!il,KnU. ,h Bradf " fevV && d sub(Cted. Tho eight
JJ!lor hAh. however, the, entiancev '...- .,.. ,niS ,Brnrla.
flfHwhnl A IomI ,akm, 1,a Llu.,1.,
-.,"--,-- "" .... no . llii
grTde. and the fact
pupils passed on Into
has localized tbe congestion.
LJtt . it . m. k i jimM m k a
HAS VIOLENT KICK
Two Small Drink Too Many
Pimlmsrr Dottle In Police
A unlj !.
i no nninii urinKs oi wuni ue nan
purchased for whiskey wero entirely
loo many for O. C. Droughton. mill'
omulovo., who was urreMeil Mondnv!
t ' i. .
iiiKui on u cnargo oi uruuKcnuess.
Later In tho evening, he recovered
partially and wnH ullowed by Judgo
Peoples to go on $100 cash ball.
Tho cuso was continued until
"Whoever Bold " thnt for liquor
should bo prosecuted for obtaining
money under false pretenses," Chief
of Pollco Nixon declared us he
sniffed of a bottlo containing the
brand of wot goods which nro ul
login! to have proved so potent In
llroughton's case. Tho chief has
several other bottlett, tho contents
of which dofy nuulysls. Tho effect,
however, is not so uncurtain it Is
almost immedlnte paralysis.
"I don't believe that any of those
bottles coatalim wood alcohol," the
chief continued, "but I am certain
ly opposed to finding out through
FORM CLUB IN BEND
Organization .Meeting Culled for
Frlduy Night I'mlcr An-ploes
of Roil uud tiiiii Club.
' For the purpose of organizing a
trnpshootlng ciTib, ii.meotlug Vvlllbe
held Hrldny evenlng, January 30,
at the city rooms In tti 'rehouse.
Tho gathering will bo unSer jho ais
pIcob of the )e"ndjRod and Gnu clUlj,
but everyone lterostod' t In troi
shootiug, whotlie?' or not u member
of tho now exis'titik sportsmen's org
nuUatlou, is urgl to utteud, "'
Ilecniuto of 'the largo numbe,r of
men In the citylnterested In hunt
ing It is belleveWbut trapslioottfig
might prove it.womilar sport In the
seasons when Tn' killing of gnme
birds is forbidden.
JFUEL HOUSE FIRE
DOES SMALL HARM
SturlH From I'nkmmn ru.o at
nrookM-Kranlon - Plant Effective
- AVork lon- by Department.
Flro which started from an un
known cause in tho shavings stored
in tho fuel house at the Ilrooks-Scan-lon
plant wn unnotlwd Wednesday
afternoon until tho beat Ignited saw
dust which had settled on the roof.
Tho smoke wax seen, hy James Clif
ford and Gerry Horstkottc, Shevlln
Illxon employes, who wero crossing
thOrgo Mtbjut 1:30 o'clo'ck, and
tbe'nlarnrturnearn, the clty'a slron
sounding before the mill whistle an
nounced the whereabouts of tho
Tho volunteer department reached
the scene ot the fire in record time,
attacking the flames both from tho
ground nnd from tbe roof. Practic
al! no Ioks was sustained. ' -
MANY CLAUSES ARE
Mt'irliaiitte' Anoclatlou Agrrp to
H-1 four Day nnd CIood Khop, Itut
ConoldeM )tlipp'Matter Xot
lo De Ktlpulnted.
Out of, many clauses constituting
the proposed agreement between, tnffl
llalnll fTlnrVa nnlnn nnd thaaSsil
- " - ' .---.
Merchants' association, just two were
when tho mercbaBt, Ust
.i dg V. ,4.MU VUI.V
r? b,'JrhSll Vsilefc will keep tbe store, of
thinly lourWBfrfin lhecIoMd Bbop u mN
tho Senior blgh:borf ', mhe elmaM. how.
& U' '.' . I
jjkr 'bold good, .Other cluusea. how
far- i '-(
cverwsru arieien one or one.
v'AinoBt. these oroDo&als were nro-
lA.. -t- . . V .
s xfug opening and closliic'
n 4 J A amhJ d vl t J n fe x fj fc
BwveU, and milking mandatory. the
tin ' . ... . . '.
I inbuilt pwi m-w special cara oy pxxra
cterks employed for short tlmo .per
iods. Matters of the klnn. the us-
sedation held, should be decided hr
mo mercnants tinyuselves in re
sponse to public needs, rather than
tf. tin tlindft tllA ttlltllnpt nt Cllnnli.
t011B Dy-the clerks
" Tho na, dctu8 "of rc0rganlzntlon
ero coniploted when a coivlKuU n
iuuu vjr-iuwa were uoopieu.
DRAW BIG HOUSE
lirgo Advance Sulci of Tickets
Reported Two Performance1
Will Do CJUeii.
Indications for a crowdod house on
the opening night ot the Flro De
partment Minstrel Show February
3. wire given today when reports
ot ndvauco teat' sales wero made.
The DrookB-Scanlon Lumber Co..
nml Tho Shevlln-HUon Company
have purchased 30 tickets each, and
five havo been bought by W. C. Illrd-
sail as tho heavier purchasers. Other
sales total $1S0.
This production by an nil star ag
gregation ot local burnt cork artists,
will bo repeated on tho flight of
February 4, Hoth performances
will be glveu ut the Liberty Theatre.
WORK Oft IfROJECT
WILL START SOON
Ao " DMrlct.
Ous Shrofdar.' Chafes Pitcher and
Kverett Lojyrlr. of. allyer Ike were
In nend VfSSjXSff, 'cording to Mr,
hVoeder coH'stfuetlon'worlc will be
gin or the,. Silver Lake Project as
soon t$ h)t irrigation 'securities com
mission makes Us report regarding;
the' bond' Issue voted some, month)
ago. Appraisers have already b'een,
over lha project. "d J
IS EXCUSE FOR
FORT ROCK RANCHER
16 DAYS IS A BLANK
Ham IIIIIt Wlit DI'Mpttrarvtl on Jnn-
unry it, Comet to !Iltni'lf oa
Wngontlre 3I6iintaln, Over
Eighteen days.uftcr his mysterious
disappearance from his' ranch near
Fort Hock, Safyi HIIT returned Janu
ary 21, apparently semewat dazed,
nnd claiming thai ho had suffered,
lapso of memory from the time Ho
left home on the mpralng ot Janturr
3 to January 13, ,'whcn he, found,
himself herding sheep on WagontTio
Mountain. Word of Hill's reappear
ance was phoned In Thursday by Iter
Mitchell, forest rangor in tbo Kort
nock, section. Since Mil vanished
early in the month, search parties
have scoured the surrounding dosm
try, sheriffs of adjoining counties
have been notified, nnd relative la
Georgia have been communicated
with in atr effort to obtain a clew
to his whereabouts, but the first In
formation ot any kind was secured
last Tuesday when lie called up hw
homo from Connley, stating that ho
bad just corneals and that he warn
coming home in the morning. Rela
tives rode to Cosaley' to meet hiss.
According to Ranger Mitchell's re
port. Hill had no recollection of any
haoDenlnxs from the time that 1m
Started eaharsbek f $r SIlvWrLakav
a dls'B" ot 35 T- "R, -
to himself ob WNStilln MesaUhm.
w 80 W" ?.
Fort Rock. H. fUk-kfhe ..
which ho bad ride fre hsBte. wl
found In ono, t hk-ackets a eheesc
for $20, signed by A. A. TJatea.
Whan 11,1. .ma t.a mm ba
v v ", -
MO IIIKMKOI ,HW, p WC9, CW W
sumes that it must' have been tlm
to him iu paymest for "his serviewi
us a shcepherder.
Seven mll)lon castorn brook trout
eggs taken at Elk Lake are la
troughs at Lajk'a .Lake, rapidly ap
proaching tlio .stage' In dcvolopraeat
where it win be npcessary to trans
port thorn to tho Jumalo Hntchery,
Pearl Lyueshatciery supervisor, re
ported on Tuesdu pn his return
from tho lakes. ' The first of the
eggs will be brought down about tho
first ot tho month, Mr. Lynes says.
Later in tho ye;ir he hopes to tako
u largo number of rainbow trout
uggs from Lava lake.
Tho entire quantity of spawn uow
awaiting transportation to tho hat
chery on tho Tumalo wah carried by
Mr. Lynes nud hg assistants to Lava
Lake, and In (ho toilsome Journey
3.000,000 of tbe 10,000,000 ej;gs
with which they started oyt, were
lost Tho Journey was ueccssury,
however, to bring the esca to run
ning water. Even with this loss tho
number available (or thj hatchory
will bo Just seven (lines the number
hauled from Ek Lake last year.
OBJECT AT MILLS
' ploc WI10 Are Pi Cltbcns, Or
' ., '
on (he Way e CitUeaslilp.
; Ayst'muattc cinBalga of AmH
cauliatloH, koa beea. gelag pn for sev
eral monihs In Ibe sawmill aluw
ber yards $t the Breeks-fwrMfct
dumber 0c aceordlxg to M, G,
Yagn,er Tbe resulU how rTT-.YiHHn
ung to, niiHft ,U?s4:ve wifttt
pnly nine eimnUyj,'et.of sore than
, J6 -'.Vi wturaJUed, or m
me way 10 uamraJUatlOR.