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BUSINESS IS ALARMED
rivo Tor Oont Money Would Mean
No Money At AH, .Declares Frank
' Gollehur Non-Partlsan to Start
'In Oregon On November 15.
Warnings against tho 5 per cont
Interest rato bill anil tho Non-rartl-
"Ban leacuo woro sounded In Bend
by Lloyd Itlchos. secretary of tho
stato editorial association, and Frank
Gollohur of tho Stato Taxpayers
lcaguo, who spoke at tho regular
weekly luncheon of tho Bend Com
mercial club at tho Pilot nutto Inn.
Gollohur told his hearers that pass
oko of tho me.iBuro limiting tho legal
rato of Interest In Oregon to 4 nnd 5
per cont would mean commercial
paralysis to tho stato. Ho said
Portland buslnoss Interests had be-
como alarmod rccontly when it was
learned that plans were being laid
to circularise tho entlro stato by some
organization In favor of tho measure.
Ho said that there was not much
foar that, tho bill would pass, provid
ing tho rotors know that 5 per cent
money would moan no money at all.
However, ho stated, to off sot the
damago which had been dono to tho
stato by roason of tho fact that tho
bill had been put on tho ballot, every
attompt would bo mado to snow tho
bill under by an overwhelming vote.
Riches urged that a local organi
zation bo effected to conduct a cam
paign of oducation among tho voters
of tho county to insuro a thorough
knowledge of tho pernlclousness of
tho measure before the fall election.
Riches, speaking of the Non
partisan league, Bald that it was a
menaco knocking at tho door of Ore
gon and that it must bo met, and met
offcctively. if tho stato wero to bo
saved from a fate similar to that of
North Dakota and other states whero
tho movemont had been successful.
Ho outllnod the growth of tho league
and stated that it would begin Its ac
tivo campaign in Oregon November
At tho suggestion of President Mc
Phorson tho club postponed, until its
next buslnoss meeting tho matter of
completing an organization to oppose
tho Interest rate bill and also to op
poso tho Non-Partisan leaguo activity.
Bend Boy Smiles
Clifton W. McCulston, little
son of C. W. McCulston, formor-
ly of tho A to 7. grocery, died at
tho General hospital, Soattlo,
on Wednesday, Soptotnber 1G,
according to n tologr.un received
In onnd Friday. Tho tuner-
nl is to bo in Soattlo.
"llustor," ns tho little follow
was generally known, would
have been 7 years old on No-
vembor 11. Three years ago t
ho fell from a swing, injuring
his hip. After wooks of suffer-
Ing, ho scorned to bo recovering.
whon, In February, 1919, ho
contracted influenza, sottltng
in his weakened hip nnd caus-
Ing nn Infection, probably a
form of tuborculosls.
4 Slnco that tlmo his has bceu
a record of constant, patlont
suffering. His parents took
him to tho ablest surgeons In
tho Northwest, ho was placed In
casts and every known method
4- was employed, but to no nvnll.
Everything fallod but his sunny
smllo. Day after day, ns ho lay
at his window, ho constructed
ovory concclvablo structuro
from his Erector nieces, ho
herded his toy horses into tho
top barn, and ho dreamed tho
dreams of boyhood, but ho
TO SEAT MANY
An early mooting of tho teachers
commlttco of tho Bond school board
with tho city Buporlutomlout will bo
necessary In order to arrange for
taking enro of tho present surplus of
pupils and tho ovon greater number
expected with tho coming of tho sec
ond term, at Us regular session, tho
board has boon advised In tho
committee's report. Tho sugges
tion thnt vacant buildings bo rented
for temporary school purposes will
bo taken up at that tlmo.
Thrift will bo tho koynoto of; tho
ndmlulstrntton of tho domestic
science department, tho commlttoo
reported, and nn endeavor will bo
mado to show a mnrgln of profit as
tho result of tho work of tho various
What solution will bo mado of tho
athletic hall problem was undocldod
nnd tho matter was roforred back to
tho commlttoo. So far, tho board
tcols nblo to pay only $100 a month
rent to tho Y. M. C. A., while tho
board of governors of that Institu
tion nro linking double this amount.
It was reported that tho grounds
adjoining tho Central building on tho
west, offered to tho district by Jo-
soph Inncs, can bo had at a flguro
between $2500 and $3000.
II. ). IIAYKM, OK MoKKNZIi:
llHllHU:, lO HTANI) TIUAIj l'OH
(JAMM LAW VIOLATION WAR
DKN MeDOXALD TO L13AVK.
Y. M. C. A. COURSES
Already a number of Bend young
men havo signed up for Y. M. C. A.
extension division correspondence
schools, reports Secretary L. W.
Trlckey of tho Bond association. The
courses, covering a wldo variety of
subjects, havo only been offered for
tho past two months, but in Bplto of
this thero are no less than 5000 men
and boys throughout the United
States taking them, says Mr. Trlckey.
Students pay for tho courses In In
stallments, as tho different parts ot
the study outline aro received, and
local supervision makes tho results
attained moro beneficial, tho Y. M. C.
A. officials contend, than is tho case
with the ordinary correspondence
SWAMP WELLS JOB
Gcorgo Bright nnd F. W. Furst,
government timber cruisers, arrlvod
in Bond on Frldny aftor having
finished work on a 6000-acro tract
in tho Swnmp walls country, adjoin
ing Brooka-Scanlon logging opera
tions. Tho yellow plno mnturo tim
ber In tho tract Is roughly estimated
at 50,000,000 feet and tho cruise has
been mndo In anticipation ot a pos
sible purchaso by prlvato Interests.
If sold, tho timber will bo logged
under government supervision, it
was announced at tho offlco of (bo
Deschutes National forest hero this
Put it in Tho Bullotln.
II. O. Hayes, trnppor, guldo and
Justlco of tho peace nt McKonslo
bridge, will appear In Bond next
Tuesday to answer to tho chargo of
soiling vonlsonnnd of killing door
out of season, District Gamo Wnrdon
II. MoDonnld announced this morn
ing on his return from a trip to Eu
gene, in tho courHo of which ho ar
rested Hayes. Bccauso Mr. McDon
ald was not returning illroct to Eu-
gono, ho did not Insist on I Inyo a ac
companying him, but took his prom-
Iso to roport for trial hero on Bop
Tho caso will probably bo tho lant
which McDonald will nttond In his of
ficial capacity of gntno wardon, for
ho announced this morning that an
noon as It Is concluded ho will loavo
for Soattlo to outer tho Untvornlty
of Washington. Ho Intends to regis
ter In tho pnwncdtc department.
T. B. PATIENTS
Fifty per cent of tho men mid
women presenting tlmmnoivnn to Dr.
Marr DImilllou, Portland iipuelullst,
for examination during (ho llrst day
nt the tuberculosis clinic hold at tho
Y. M. C. A. hero under tho uusplcon
of (ho Bond chaptor ot tho Hod
Cross, wero found to havo tho
disease, hut In n majority ot those
cases tho patient's condition was
found to bo Improving In tho high,
dry Control Oregon climate. A num
ber who bollovod they had contract
ed tuberculosis woro found to ho
merely suffering from tho after ef
fects of Influenza.
Ton persoiiH were examined thnt
morning, and up to 2 o'clock In tho
afternoon flvo moro had been passed
on, while a waiting list ot 12 wan
Bocauso ot tho groat Interest bo
FEED THIN HOGS ON PASTURE
Several Combinations of Qraln and
Skim Milk Enumerated That Are
of Much Benefit
For thin hogs on pasture, try these
rations : Ennui parts of wheat mid
dlings unit corn ; equal parts of ground
rye und skim milk ; po.mil parts of corn
nnd ground oath; equal parts of corn
and skim milk ; equal parts of rye and
ground ontsj ten parts of corn or
ground rye nnd one part of tankage.
IMPROVEMENT OF STQCK
Choose a breed nnd stick to It.
nreed with the correct typo In
Study pedigree for Inherited
characteristics, relative merit
Keep your herd or flock free
Develop the young nntmnls
and maintain the breeding ani
mals through wise feeding and
INSTALLS GAS TANK
New Auto Salesrooms on Bond
Street Making Exclusive Show
Ins of tlio Olibimoblle.
Installation of'a 300-gallon gasolino
tank jvas completed Thursday at the
Southworth Bros, garage on Bond
Btreot, between Franklin and Minne
sota. The now auto salesrooms op
ened at tho former sito ot tho Bend
garage aro dovoted entirely to a
showing of tho Oldsmobllo in six and
oight-cylindor touring cars and roads
ters, with a truck as tho last arrival.
A healthy demand for tho Oldsmo
bllo has already been ovldonced In
.Bond, reports Roy Southworth.
ONE REQUEST MADE
FOR LOWER TAXES
Bend Flour Mills Want Reduction
In AsKCMAcd Valuation, Attorney
Tolls Equalization Board.
In four dayB time only one appli
cation for a reduction In assessed val
uations wsr mado to the county
board ot equalisation, W. T. Mullar
ky, merabor of tho board, reported
on Thursday. Tho request was mndo
by Boss Farnham, appearing for tho
Bond Flour Mills Co., tho assessed
valuation ot which property is $10,
500. Mr. Farnham named no speci
fic amount in asking for a reduction
nnd no action has as yot beon taken
by tho board.
To Destroy Red Ants.
Soak a sponge In sweetened water,
wring and place where the ants bnve
easy access to It They will swarm
over It and through It Drop tb
sponge In boiling water and repeat the
operation antll the colony becomes
alarmed at tie lose of Its workers and
abandons the premise.
Oregon Inter-State Fair
SECOND LARGEST FAIR
Fop information write R. L. SHEE, Manager
Prin e villa
Wmmw 7v Jam
Ing tukon In tho cllnln, Dr. Dlsalllon
remained In (ho oily through
frldny, admitting to examination
nil thnno who present UiuiiihoIvoh
tonight and Friday.
KID TAYLOR'S FIGHT
A slight postponement In Kid Tuy-i
tor's first appearance In u Portland
ring Iiiim been made, duu to tho Pen
dleton Hound. up, which liim can
celled tho smoker at which the Bond
boy wan to fight. Instead, Taylor
will go to Houttlo on September 23
and to Tncomu on September 20, un
der tho innuaKomeut of M, C. Hill,
und will tight preliminaries In both
cities. Ills fight with Billy Mrnif
cott will tnko place utter his return
Speaking of politics nnd election.
we knew n man onre who nnnnunced
thnt ho would vote for n certain can
dldnte for otilco. When nsked for his
renum, ho replied thnt tho candidate
wns hls friend. And when they
nsked him If he had no other reasons
he said not ho snld ho didn't need nny
other ri'nson. Wo havo tlkod this
man ever since.
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