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1MNII MJLIiKTIN, HUM), OltKGON, TIIIJIWDAV, .IL'.VK 17, lUO.
45 Chinese Pheasant Eggs Await ,
Foster Mothers; Game Birds Will
Be Turned Loose To Make NcSsts
Foster iiuitliniM fur 4fi Ghltieso
nlieiismit ohlclcH, us yet unborn,
miiHt ho liiul at onco If tlio prog
ress iniiili) liy tlio lluml Unci unil
Uuu club In introducing din Ori
ental Kiiinn liiul In DeMchlitns
eon uly In In contliiun, iitinouiircn
I), II, Peoples, who for Hi" past
two niul u half inontliH Iiiih been
caring for 1 1 pliituHiiutH Hunt In by
tlio Htatu i! inn contmliiNloii, Thrco
sotting hens urn needed to hutch
45 eggs, Just Ralhorcd at Mr. Peo
ples' honiti at Third ami Norton.
Alrciitdy Mr. Peopltm Iiiih 10 eggs
undur oni) of hlH own hens, and
ha Ih desirous of turning tho part
THREE FROM COUNTY
WILL LEAVE U. OF 0.
ImIhk ntnl lin Hinllli, ami I.urlle
lUMlnmnd to Hrrrltn DrRm's at
Hfnto UnUrmlly Till War.
UNIVKRHITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, Juno H. l.ticllo Ilodiiiond,
Irving 0. Hinlth mid l.ora Evelyn
Hmlth or Redmond will bo graduat
ed from tlio University of Oregon
Monday,. Juno 21, with tlio degree
of bachelor of nrtn.
llnth Minn Hod mom! and Minn
Hmlth liavo taken scholastic houom
during their university enroer and
aro members of societies restricting
thulr membership to students attain
lug tlio highest grades.
Tlio Imccn lull renin sermon will bo
preached In Vlllnrd hall Kuuday by
Dr. V. T. McElveon, pastor of tho
First Coiigrognllonul church of Port
land, whllii tho comniimcomuut mi
ll ron will bit delivered Monday morn
ing In Vlllard hall by Dr. Ernest Ill
ram Llndloy, former president of thu
Uulvomll)' of Idaho, who wilt bo
co mo head of tho University of Knn
mm in thi) fall.
Coliicldont with tho brcukup of tho
aoAdomlc year will bo tlio Initiation
of tho minimi summer school, ho that
work at tho university will, In real
liy, coutluiio without Inturruptlon,
dsiplto mi altorcd diameter.
LA PINE PRINCIPAL
WEDS IN CALIFORNIA
1 W. Weber nnd Mr. Holly K.
AV'utkliiH Arc Married In Alt urn i
An Culmination nt ItoniniU't.
Word was, received on Monday
of tho marrlngo at AlturiiH. Cal , of
Mr. Dolly K. Wntklns and K. W.
AVwbur. Mr. Wobor wan formorly
principal at tho I.a Pino Hchool,
whom IiIh romantic ncitualiitmico
with Mm. Wntklns, who nt that tlmo
was luvolvod In illvorco proceedings
nguftist F. I,. WntkliiH, begun.
A flfltlc encounter botwoon tho two
m'on on tho day a default wuh an
turod In tho ciiho In nuld to hnvo
prompted Mr. Wober's early romovnl
to Uend, whoro ho romalned until af
ter tho clono of Hchool at I.a Pino.
GETS BIG MILEAGE
ON WEEK END TRIP
II. It. Watson AtrriiRca U (1-11
Mile Per Gallon on 2UU Mllo
Journey Over Hough Itombr.
DrlvInK ovor some of tho roughest
ro.idu In Contral Oregon, part of tho
way throiiKh mud half, way to tho
hubs, II. L. Watson, salesman for
tho Plonoor garage, averaged 20 fl-ll
mllpn to tho gallon In n 220-mllo trip
In an Allan, norles 43, car. Tho
trip wnH to tho hear, of Crooked
vlvor, whoro Mr. Watson's brothors
operate ft stock ranch, und Included
considerable mllcago In that Hoctlon
before tho return Journoy wuh stnrt-
od. Mr. WatHon, who roachod Ilond
yestorday morning, bollovos that ha
has ostnbllBhod a record for earn of
E. M. HEYBURN DIES
IN SPOKANE HOME
13. M, Uoyburn, fnthor qf J. H.
lloybiirn nnd Mrs, II. A. Miller of
Hond, died at Ills homo. In Hpoknnn
WodiWHdny of heart disease. Ho
liad boon 111 for sovoral days nnd
hla Bfln niul daughter worn cnllcd to
Spokmio liint Hnturdny. Mr. Hoy
burn was woll known nnioiiu tlio
older roaldontfl of Ilond, ImvlnB vis
itod horo in 1014. Ho wnH a broth
er of tho Into Sonntor W. D. Hoy
hum of Idaho.
ly domesticated plicnnimtn Iooho nt
unco, In oritur that they inn)' nest
In thulr own fiiHlilon. Tlio hutch
ing of tlio in eggs already collect
t!il would bit a big start toward
stocking tlio county with young
birds, ho pointed out this morn
In nddtllon to n nunibnr of tlio
wildfowl ii I ron dy located on fit rum
In Mm vicinity of Ilond, 18 wore
mint horn In Mnrch by thu emtio
coiiiiiiImiIoii, Two hens mado
thulr oHcnpo u nhort tlmo after and
two roosters worn IniuiPdlntoly lib
orated to keep thorn company. Tun
remaining H blrdn will bo turned
out IIiIh week, It m expected.
MAUPIN VS. BEND
Invnilorn to Arrlro Horn Ktinilay
With Moroni of 15 KlrnlKlit
Vlctorli-N Thli Keasoii.
A ball team compoifd aliuont en
tirely of overseas men, which has a
record of 1C. stralnht victories thin
noanon, will Invade Ilond Kuuday af
ternoon to clanli with tho local nine,
MaiuiKor Jmncn Clifford of the Ilond
team announced today. Tho Invad
er., undur tho mnnncement of Law
renro Ktnvnll. will reprenont Maupln.
They hnvo already defeated such
aiKreKallons an Tlio Dalles, Madran,
Itedmoiid. Wasco, Condon mid Ai)to-
Idpo mid nro ready to knock off tho
1 0 tit win In Ilond, declares Stovall.
Manager Clifford merely mentioned
that his team In In tho bent shape of
tho Hon no ii and In ready for any sort
of'flRhl or frolic.
OF A 250 MILE TRIP
ILurnry Oitn, Paulina li-apix'r,
Plrnd (Jullty on Triple Clint-go
Of Violating r.'iuno lH.
A SCO-mllo trip. 220 miles of tho
dlntanco by nuto, nnd tho remainder
on uorsohnck. taken by District Gamo
Wardon II. McDonald, Thurnday re-
nulled In a fine of f 12S and a CO-day
Jail seulenco bolnc passed on Harney
Owens of Paulina on tho triple
chnrco of trappliiR out of season.
trappltiK without n llcon-o, and hav
Iiik benvor hides In hla possession.
Owens was arented Juno ti by
Warduu McDonald and pleaded guil
ty In Justice court In Priuovlllo be
furo Judr.0 llowmau yvsterday.
.When you erect u Silo, you want u Silo Unit will
stand the test of wind, rain, snow, frost nnd sun.
In the Hollow Concrete Silo Block you obtnin this
feuture, nnd besides a concrete block is absolutely
' ilirc-proof. Will not warp when empty. No guy
1 lines necessary. v
Why Not Now?
For specifications, write to
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Makers of Culvert Pipo, Water Pipe, Irrigation
, ' Pipe, Building Blocks, Hollow Silo Blocks
(Jrn.liiK i:iiiiiIimt Morion .Vomoil
Ah Oiio of Kotii- Who Will He-
lect Country in ('annnlon to
lleTriiii'rM'il liy IliKlnviiy.
Within the next few weeks, prolx"
ably about July I, a recoiinalHsmico
party will start to determine the koii
erul country to bo traversed by tho
Oregon Hkyllno highway, which In
to run from tho Harlow Trail road
to Crater loko, by way of the Three
Misters. Information to this effect
was received Wednesday by Forest
Hupervlnor X. U. Jacobnon In Ii letter
received from tho Portland district
office, In which OrazliiK ISxamlncr
Jack Morton of tho Deschutes forest
mid Fred Cleator und AsslHtant En
gineer Johnson, both of the district
office, wero limited as three of the
four who will compose tho party.
The government men will start
from tho McKonxlo pass mid will
work either north or south as tho
first hair of their task, the direction
at first to bo taken having not yet
been determined on. When finished
with tho first part of their work,
they will return to tho pass, und
from thero complete the reconnais
sance. Tho entire dlstnncn Is ap
proximately 250 miles, Mr. Jncohson
rntlmnton. and ho believes that It
can bo gone over with llttlo diffi
culty lit one seacon.
Hough topographical data will bo
secured mid, ns experts In various
lines will composo tho personnel of
the party, It Is expected, that unus
ual scenic values can bo combined
with practical worth.
BEND WILL HAVE
A NEW HOSPITAL
Ktlahtlfchmoul on Kiinsa nnd Ktato
KtreelN )o Ho Opvnol Monday
My Mm. Hnttlo Mnlnr.
Hemodollng of the large residence
InilldlirK recently constructed on tho
corner of Kansas nnd Statu streets
In practically completed mid It will
bo ready for use us a maternity mid
surgical hospital on Monday, nn
noiinccfl Mrs. Hnttlo Maine, owner
mid manager of the now establish
ment. Tho hospital will represent
nn Investment In oxcess of 112,000.
In addition to nurses' rooms, sur
gery mid diet kitchen, rooms suffl
clout to allow for tho admission of
10 pullonts will bo oponcd Monday.
A largo porch will bo frequently used
STOR'M COVERS MUCH
' OF COUNTY
Mumper Ciop on Klixt Cutting Do-
rln.'fil AMMiml An Itcsiilt of
Dotwiponi', mill Munly MoikIh
Di-ritf Omit lU-m-lU.
After u prediction of "fair tonight
mid tomorrow" had been emphatic
ally made by tho weather mini last
week, rain, accompanied by violent
lightning mid thunder, started short
ly before C o'clock on the afternoon
of Juno 10th, coming to an end
nn hour later. Precipitation was
the greatest of any day during the
spring or early summer, totaling ,211
of nn Inch,
From liend to tho north, practi
cally all of DeddiutcH county was
reached by the storm, ns far as
could bo learned, but according
to advices received at the Oregon
Trunk station from thu vicinity of
Culver and Mclolliis, the rain had
failed to reach either town. On
tho Itoud-Ilurns rond, the storm ex
tended six miles from hero, while a
light sprinkle was noted 10 miles
Dusty roads benefited greatly
from tho shower, which will have tho
further effect of virtually guaran
teeing a bumper crop on tho first
cutting of alfalfa, farmers declare.
To tho north, In the country passed
up by tho downpour, the lack of
precipitation Is made up for by tho
heavy downpour earlier In tho week.
bnroly felt by Ilond.
MORE RAIN COMES
TO CHEER FARMERS
With skies stilt overcast, Uend has
totaled .1C of an Inch of rain In
thrco days. The precipitation Is con
sidered most opportune, coming at
tho tbcginnlng of the growing sea
son, nnd adds to thu possibilities for
bumper crops on the farms whoso
owners have been fortunate enough
to get seed In.
Ilonds aro benefiting greatly, tho
dust being well laid by tho rains,
motorists report, Tho precipitation
of this and last week will bo especi
ally noted on the range, stockmen
Opens in Bend Thursday for 6 Days
K. OF P. CONVENTION
SET FOR AUGUST 10 !
Important Plain For Kxenlon of
Order to Couio L'p at National
.Meeting In Minneapolis.
Plans for extension of the .order
and assumption of greater obliga
tions for Its advancement will, ac
cording to announcements sent out by
the officers, be tho central thought
nt tho next convention of tho Su
premo Lodge Knights of Pythias.
This legislative body of the order
will be convened In Minneapolis on
August 10, 1920, tho date having
been recently changed from August
3 by official notlco from th su
premo chancellor, according to nows
wcelvcd hero today.
Nearly 1,000,000 members of tho
order In the United States and Can
ada aro Interested in what will bo
done nt this convention. Among tho
many proposed changes in tho pres
ent laws are those which will, If en
acted, provldo for admission to
membership at 18 years of ngo in
stead of 21; llfo membership; chang
es In funeral benefit laws, and a
national tuberculosis sanatorium for
members of tho order.
To prepare project statements for
highway work in Central Oregon, A.
K. Morris of Portland, engineer for
tho stato highway commission, and
If. C. Inglo of Tho Dalles, district
engineer, wero in Uend today In tho
course of a tour through Deschutes
til i IH
j Central Oregon Uarage j
I REDMOND, QREGON
I Exclusive Agentsfor Northwest Auto Co. for
Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties
1 Marmon-Cole, Reo and Dort
1 Cars Bethlehem, Indiana and
I Duplex Trucks
Daily Chautauqua Program
Programs begin promptly
Afternoons at 3:00 Evculngs at 8:00
Introduction of Superintendent Chairman of Committee
Our 1920 Chautauqua Superintendent
Concert - Ithacan Male Quartot
Preludo . , - Hsrry Davles Singers
Lecture "Keep Off tho Grass" Wood Drlggs of Kentucky
Comic Opera "M Ik-ado" . Davles Light Opera Company
Entertainment - Scott Highlanders
Inspirational Lecture "Shasta Daisies and Folks" Mae Guthrio Tonglor
Prelude , Scott Highlanders
Lecture Oration "The Truth about Russia" Count Tolstoy
Coucorl ........ .Carmollny's Old Colonial Band
Concort . . Carmellny's Old Colonial Band
Solectlons-..-...,Lorralne Leo accompanied by Old Colonial Band
Proludo Eutertttiumont ..-.... .... -..The Spraguoa
Community Lecture "What I Think of Your Town" W. II. Nation
' Proludo ............................... ..-.....-...-..St. Ccollla Orchestra
Lecturo . ... .- - w...Thps. McCIary
Pageant : ...........-.... . Junior ChauUuquans
Grand Closing Concert . ....St. Cecilia Sinking: Orchestra
NOTE. Sunday Programs will bo changed to conform strictly to
tho sacred oharactor of tho day.
Season Tickets $2.75, and War Tax.
ON NEW RATES
MOItK THAN 92,0011 I.V CAHll ItK-
IIATIJH PAID OUT IlV I.OCAfi
INHUHANCr. AfKNTH 1'OM.OW
IX HKCKN'T ItKniJCTIOXH.
Reductions In rates for flro Insur
ance In Uend, made as the result oC
the surrey last wlntor by representa
tives of the Oregon Rating bureau,
and mora particularly because- of
determined protests by Mayor J. A.
Kastcs domnndlng a still further
lowering of the rates, have been fol
lowed by cash rebates on policies
sold since December 1, 1919,
amounting to slightly In excess of
$2000, It was learned Saturday from
figures given nut by tho various In
surance agents of tho city.
In addition to this, thero is a con
siderable amount, agonts say, cred
ited to renewals, instead of cash re
bates being made, whlto there also
remains to bo added to tho total the
saving which will bo made on new
policies. Insurance sold previous to
December 1 is not affected by the
new rates, which were retroactive
only to that date.
tntect Mother's Sacrifice,
The last act In the life of the female
cochineal Insect Is to lay a largo num
ber of eggi, upon which her dead body
rests, protecting them- from the burn
ing rays of the sun until the little ones
Elslo Mae Gordon
V. II. Nation