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THE BEND BULLETIN.
IIHNU, DICSOIIUTIiH COUNTY, OltBOON, TIU IWIMV, 00T0I1K11 27, Iai.
lySEll REGULATIONS DO
NOT AFFECT HERE
MEETS WITH OFFICIALS
Mi-IIiim'n Oi-iMiiii Will llnxlrii I'iih
MK of A nil-1 leer HIM, Hn)N At
Inini'' Pron-ilmr .Kiiln-t
(Ilr llnlM Vttu InTlw iJvn.1 llull.lln.)
wht status n:w
WASHINGTON. Ocl. 26.
Only J 1 itiiilim cuit sell real
beer; Illinois, Maryland, Mann.
ncliiiKi'ttN, Ithndii Island, Com-
nectlcnlt, Now York, Now Jrr-
miy, TmuiNylvuiilii. California.
Louisiana mill Wisconsin.
Oregon In iiiiI affected In miy way
dy tlia signing of regulations per
mitting manufacture mill huIo nf beer
for mi'illcliuil purposes, un llm Mntii
law prohibits lioth, nay Frank II.
Kliticrt, attorney for llm Aiitl-Snlnou
lougim, who wan In Ilend Tuonlay
for a roiifiirenco with law enforce
in cti ( officials.
Thlrty-flvo Malm nn ilry In mjiIIu
of uny action which national official
limy take, t:iilnrt pointed out. Cali
fornia In tho only roiiKt Htnto to Im
nffrcled. Tim present rimgrt'SH In
opposed to ini'illcinal hour, mill llm
null-beer hill, which has passed llm
house, In held tip In llm nonnto only
hy a filibuster. Hecmtary Mttllun'ii
action of Mo ml ay will probably has
ten simiilit iirtlon, suld Hbbert who
wan In Washington wlmn llm Vol
Htcmt act wiih passed, and Ih fmnlllnr
with conditions tlmrii.
I'imv Able to lln-w
Knrtlmr tllff IciiltlfH In tho way of
medicinal beer being circulated llo
In the, fart that 78 per runt of tho
physician In tlm United Stales have
never taken nut u permit to prescribe,
lienor In any form, and that most of
tho broworles liuvn hi'ou transform
oil, anil would linvo In reorganize In
order to resume nianiifactiiro. Know
ItiK Unit llm passage of tlm mitl-beer
hill In only n iniitlor of ilayn. few
breweries would attempt to do ho,
Tim nnll-heor hill would havo pass-
before tlm congressional recess,
td Khliort, exrepl for an ogroomont
that llm regulations permitting med
Iclnal beer would not Issue until lift
er tho P'POHH.
Thrio IUHh Now
Tlmro nro now throu null-liquor
measures before congress; tho boor
hill, n measure extending Iho provls
Ioiin of Iho Volnti.Mil art to certain
territory iirqnlreil hy trnaty and not
now covered hy It, and a hill extend
ing tho power of llm 18th amend
ment to every Anmrlcmi rltlion,
wherever Im may ho. Thin latter In
for tlm purpose of donyliiK citizen
Hhlp protection to Americans ongug
ml In tlm iminufacttiro and sale of
liquor elHuwhoro hi llm world.
, in IiIh conference with law on
forroinunt offlclaln hero, Kbbert will
tuko lip tho question of posslblo pro
cudurcB ugalnst Ihiunr law violators,
which nro flvo In nttmbur; n flnu anil
Jitll Konloncu uniler federal law; col
lection of donhlo tho ainnnnt of In
ternal riivontin, plus n penalty of $500
for Hitln ami $1,000 for mmiufucturo;
an Injunction, closing tho proporty
for a year, In cam) of ponilstont viola
tion; flno mill IniprlHonntent under
Btntu law; mi Injunction under Htnto
law. All thcHO procemllnKH mny ho
hml for ii hIiikIo violation, Khhort
SENT TO DULUTII
ICvenly (linileil Nelled OeiitH (Vntiiil
a . . .
Sj OreKon'H Kvliilill At .lie .Mi-
tlooal I'otnto Show.
Cmitrtil OreKon'H potato dlnpluy
for tho Nntlnmil Totato Hhow to ho
held at l).uluth Into IhlH month wnH
Hhlpped Krlday. It Is compoHud of
32 Nottod (loins, or an they will ho
ontoroil, IUiBHut IlurlmitliH.
Tho potatooB ai'o ovnnly Rrodoil,
both ub to bIzo nnil nppuiirnnco.
Tho appeal of A, J. Wunlon,
convicted of minder In Hen-
rhtiten county hint fall, wan
arKiieil hoforo tho Hiiprunm
court of the Htato Innt wmtk
In Hale in, rnportn II. II. Do Ar-
inotnl, Hpuclal attorney for tho
Htato with W. I. Myern. Tho
henrliiK wan pontoimil front
4- TiieHilay on account of tho fun-
oral HitrvlcitH for JihIko Ilniinon,
who died Holiday. Announce
tuullt of u ileclnlon In etpccteil In
tho near future,
ONLY 3 CASES
TO FACE JURY
SERIOUS CHARGES ARE
Old Jury Will Not lie Cnlliil TliU
Ti'iiii .IoiIk'' IIii(T) ItelnriKi
Vnn Cli'ie, Anilei-Miii nnil
Child (W Will ('nine I'p.
Only three criminal cimen, hut all
of thorn ItivolviiiK Hi'rloiin cliarKen.
are ready for the Denchuten county
Krond Jury when it ineetn. on Novem
V. C. Van Clevo of ltedmotiil In
charKcd with arnou, Hpeclflcilly tlm
Hi'tilnt; flro to the Itedmoml Jtinliier
rroiluctn mill, which hurueil to tho
Kroiind In July. A. K. Andemon faces
it chnrKU of larceny, In connection
with mi nlli'Kiid lmrKe of over $3,
000 In the fundH of tho Hem! Witter,
I.li;ht H Power Co., of which ho wan
(leoiRii Child In llm one man now
helm; held In tlm county Jail, holm:
charged with nou-Mipport of hla wife
DlHtrlct Attorney A. J. .Moore In
now preparing nohpoonaH for tho wlt
ncHNon In tliene caaeH, Circuit Juilgo
T. K, J Duffy returned Saturday
ATTitACTivi: si'i:ci.mi:nh ror.Ni
I'Oll IIMIIIIITIO.V AT lll'l.tlTH,
POIITLANI) AND SI'OKANI-!
CAitKi'i'i. si:i,i:ctiox madk.
KurcPHB In HccttrliiK attractive spec
iinuiiB for Central OreKon'H potato ex
hibits at Porthind, Kpokuno and Dill
nth potato hIiowb In reported by
County AKrlculturlHt I). I.. JuuiIhoii,
who In mnltluK tho Helectlons. Pota
toen of even nlze and Bhapo nro huliiK
secured In tho varieties which nro to
ho exhibited. Pructlcnlly all wll ho
between hIx mid olchl ouncoa In
PotittoeB hIiowii at tho Itedmoml
fair worn necosnnrlly Immuturo for
tho purpoaen of oxhlhltloii, hut by
tho tlmo tho ntntn nhown upon thoy
will bo In prima condition. Many
KrnwoiB who would not dig potatoes
early enough to hIiow nt Itedmoml
will iiHslHt In making up tho Btato ox
hlhltB. .Several varieties will ho shown In
two clanacH, hcpiI mid commercliil po
tatoes Thoro will also ho oxhlhlts of
"Demi run," potatoes taken Just ua
they enmo from tho nroiiml.
:m,ooo. sheep sent
out during season
l.iiht Shipment of -5 Cms. Cues On
.Momhiy Over UOO (.'urloaiN
Sent Prom Ileiul Alone.
A train of 25 curlondH of Bheep
left Doml Monday, hlllod for Cold
wull, Iditho, Tills Ih probably tho last
shipment of tho Honson, mid brjngs
tho total shipped to somntlilnc over
200 carlonds, or over 31,000 sheep
flhlppod from Demi nlaiio durlni; tho
fall seaHon, accnrdlng to J, C, Wright,
VOTE TO TAKE
SEVEN ARE REMOVED
I'mi'iilti' AfcMH'lallon DeildeH Hy
IH to VJ. Vote to Tuko Hum nnil
Daughter Kriiin High School
AnUx Iteinoviil of The llonril.
After fiO people out of tho 400 at
tending Tuexduy'H meutliig of tho
PareutH ukhocIuIIoii had voted on tho
(incut Ion of keeping their children out
of high school until any existing
problems nro settled, seven ntuilunlB
were formally withdrawn Wednes
day, the records of Miss Harriet Um
haugh, principal, showed. Korty
elght had voted to keep their soiih
and daughters out of classes. In uddl
llon to those wlthilrawu from school,
there were u number of absences, n
fw of which muy bu actual with
drawals on whlcd no notice has been
given principal or registration teach
ers. Tho ubnencos are only slightly In
excess of tlm uveruge dally number,
The vote Tuesduy was taken after
8. O. Watklns had advised another
school strike hacked by the parents.
A petition asking County School
Superintendent J. Alton Thompson
to start- proceedings In circuit court
ugulnst tlm school hoard, chnrglng
malfeasance In offlco, nnil misuse of
funds, was circulated at the parents'
meeting, nnd Is to ho presented later.
The first part of the charga Is linked j
on tho discharge of Mark A. Paulson
mid Frank I. Itockwcll, former mcm-l
hers of tho high school faculty, whllo!
the second accusation Is been ti so ofj
the hoard's action In paying tho ex
penses of (leorge Dowey, who was
brought to Dend as a prospective;
football coach, but who was not em
ployed. Mini-tor KM'jik
Among speakers at tho meeting
were Mrs. C. J. Stauffer, Itcv. S. A.
Steuseth of the Scandinavian-Lutheran
church Dev. F. II. Heard of tho
Dnpllst church, Khler O. M. Thorp
of tho Seventh Day Adventlst church,
II. K. N'ordoon, Frank Drobcrt, mid
N'ordecu attneked tho school bud
get, Kldnr Thorp praised tho high
school students for their recent ac
tion In Striking, Houston said tho
board ."hud been discourteous In al
lowing members of tho parents' com
mlttuo to stand when tho commltteo
railed to present u resolution last
wouk, and Itcv, Heard was Indlgiinnt
at the Idea of high school dances.
Mrs. Stauffer wanted tho high school
closed and padlocked, a remark
which drnw wild npplatiso from
scores of senior and Junior high pu
pils. TO SURVEY NEW
DAI.l.KH-rAI.IKOHXlA MAY CO HY
WAY OF SKUKKIIT, HKIHVINO
OADi: Tt) U I'F.lt CF.NT COM
(lly Unltrd Vmt la Tin lleni Ilulltttn.)
POKTI.AND. Oct. 2S. Tho stato
highway commission today ordered u
sitrvoy made nf tho rnuto for a now
location of Tho Dallos-Callfornhi
highway. Tho now location, Distend
of going over tlm hill south from Tho
Dalles, would run east to Suufort,
thon up mi eight mllo canyon, thus
obtaining n 3 por cont grade, Six per
cent Ih tho lowest by tho hill route
POTATOES GOOD BUT
Extra good quality, hut only about
two-thlnlB of tho ordinary ylold, Is
tho report on tho Arnold district po
tato crop this year. About half of
tho potatoes In that section havo
boon dug to ditto, sayu L. C. Itoborts,
who Is In Ileiul Wednosday on hits
loess. Thoro lira not tho usual num
ber of potntooB to tho hill, duo to tho
frost of July 1 mid 2.
CIRCUIT COURT OPENS
Tlilil)-oiie Jiirjiiii'ii Named I'or
Keivlie On The Petit Anil Oninil
Juries Sixteen From Ileiul
ISelng Notified This Week.
A Jury panel of 31 names has been
Issued hy county orflccrs for tho fall
term of district court, which begins
November 7, the date on which theso
men are expected to report at tho
court house, Sixteen fire from Dend,
flvo from Itedmoml, two from Des
chutes, four from Tumalo, one from
Terrebonne, two from Sisters.
From this list will bo drawn both
the grand Jury nnd tho petit Juries
for the various cases in which trial
by Jury Is asked, coming before tho
circuit court this fall.
Tho list follows: W. P. Gift. Des
chutcs; W. Glen Con, Deschutes; W.
t-Cluypool, Dend; It. N. Iluch waiter,
Jiend; It. C. Colvcr, Dend; II. It.
Smcad, Demi; C. J. Monahan, Dend;
Arthur Tlfft, Itcdmond; D. F..LIve
say, fTumalo; It. N. Pulmerton, Dend;
Frcu Simpson, Dend; Hay Cooper,
Dend; K. J. Flnnegan, Dend; W. It.
Speck, Ilend; I.. K. Daiglor, Tumalo:
N. II. Gilbert, Ilend; J. F. Vun Allen,
Torrebonne; Oeorgc Itobcrts, Dend;
Dlulne Devers, Tumalo; Orovcr Cork
ing, Tumalo; W. J. Ducklcy. Ited
moml; Douglas Mullarky, Itcdmond;
It. M. Doty, Sisters; II. T. Hartley,
Tumalo; C. A. Deckwlth, Itcdmond;
II. K. Allen. Sisters; A. II. Daven
port, Itcdmond; John Gagcn, Dend;
O. A. Shilling. Dend; John Newby,
Dend; Frank 11. Prince, Dend.
OF DRY LAWS
"Tho moonshiner and tho bootleg
ger are tho most dangerous criminals
In tho United States today," was the
statement of Captain Frank Ebbcrt
In his address Tuesday night before a
largo .audience at tho Methodist
church. "More men have been mur
dered in enforcing tho liquor law,
In proportion to tho number engag
ed, (linn tho United States lost in tho
Kbbert dented that thero is us
much liquor circulating now as be
fore prohibition went into effect.
"In tho first dry year, 92.000,000
gallons of liquors were withdrawn
from bond according to government
figures. Hut tho last wet year, 2,200,-
000,000 gallons wero withdrawn. Tho
alcohol ward In Dellovuo hospital,
New York, had Its 5,000 cots full al
most overy night In tho old days. Now
only -10 to 00 of them nro occupied.
If you nro saying that the liquor law
cannot bo enforced, you are helping
to spread propaganda which tho wot
Interests arc spending millions to In
"Tho 18th amendment never will
be reponlcd, hut any congress, by a
moro majority vote, can change tho
definition of Intoxicating liquor so
that 3 por cont beer can bo sold over
tho soft drink counter and that Is
what tho wots nro oftor, nnd will get
If tho peoplo do not stny on tho Job.
"That will bring hack 95 per cont
of tho formor booze business, for 95
per cont of tho 23 gallons per capita
nverugo consumption was boor.
"Whothor you once leaned toward
tho wet sldo is not now tho issuo.
It Is, do you bollovo In law enforce
ment? "Ninety por cent of tho law en
forcement officers nro trying to do
their duty, but thoy nro seriously
handicapped, ropuliir support Is
necessary to successful enforcement."
A rosolutlon prepared by U, D.
Welst, condemning tho action of
Secrolnry Mellon tu signing tho beer
regulation, was unanimously passed
mid ordorod sent by night lotter to
Mollon nnd tho Oregon congrossmon,
Tho flag offored In contest by tho
Anti-saloon loaguo was won by Miss
Pcnrl Dutt's socoucl grado room at
tho Central school,
No trouble Is anticipated In
marketing all of Oregon's hay
crop this year, according to L.
A. Hunt, of Oregon Coopera-
tlvo Hay Growers, In splto of
tht fact that thero In a surplus
r In the state. A ready market
can be found for It In other
states, he declares In a letter
to tho Dend Commercial club.
About 35,000 tons will bo sold
outsldo the stato. Tho proposl- 4
tlon which he makes to tho Cen-
tral Oregon growers has been
taken up with the Farm bureau.
4 Hunt In expected to como hero
soon to present the matter in
COUNTY SCHOOL HEAD
TO HEAR TESTIMONY
Apix-ul Fllrl Till Morning, Alleg'
ing Inadequate Support To
Chargi"! Hearing To Take
Place Within :10 Days.
Mark A. Paulson's appeal from the
decision of the school board in con
firming his discharge as high school
principal, was filed Saturday with
County Superintendent J. Alton
Thompson, by Paulson's attorney.
Paul C. King.
J. C. Rhodes, clerk of school dis
trict No. 1, Is allowed ten days in
which to file the board's answer to
the appeal, after which Superintend
ent Thompson has 10 days in which
to net the date of the hearing, so that
It will probably take place within
Inadequacy of support to the
charges on which Paulson was dis
missed Is made the basis of the ap
peal. His services as principal were
dispensed with on September 27, on
charges of insubordination and In
competency. The hearing was held
Tuesday and Wednesday of last
week, the board reaffirming Its pre'
ON ILL SPUR
Three freight cars and a switch
engine were derailed and damaged.
one of the cars being driven by the
weight of the train behind' It far out
In an alfalfa patch near the Urooks-
Scanlou lumber yard Tuesday when
too llttlo clearance was allowed be
tween the engine mid tho cars follow
ing In switching. No one was. Injured.
A wrecking train was on Its way hero
from Fallbridgo this afternoon. As
the track was broken, no lumber may
be shipped from either mill uutil tho
damago Is repaired, which will be
early tomorrow, railroad men expect,
Tho car directly behind the engine
swung crosswise betweeu the tracks.
ono truck taking tho switch, throw
lug tho second car into the ditch. It
was stripped from Its trucks and
nosed Its way through a wlro fence
and into tho hay field.
The second car was almost ns bad
ly damnsed. Meanwhllo the engine
was thrown off tho track. The one
car ahead of tho engine crashed in
to another car, standing on tho track,
damaging It slightly. Tho track was
broken and twisted in soveral places.
MANY EXPECTED TO
ATTEND BEND NIGHT
Great things aro expected of the
locnl Commercial club mombors In
tho way of representation nt tho Fro-
mout-Wnstlna Community club's
"Dend Night," Saturday. Repre
sentative II. J. Ovorturf Is to be
hero. Tho meeting will begin at
7:45 o'clock. Thoro will bo In
formal dancing after 10 o'clock.
These towns being In Bond's trade
territory, Commercial club officers
aro urging as many members as pos
sible to mako tho trip Saturday
Tho hosts are promising a good
DENY BOYS USE
OF CARD ROOMS
POOL ROOM LAW TO BE
PLAN NEW ORDINANCE
School Hoard's Offer Prompts) DU-
ctisHlon At Council Meeting
Danger To Children Playing
On Pavement Pointed Out
Card tables wilt soon have tho
same legal status as pool tables In
Mend It plans laid by tho city coun
cil Friday are carried Into effect.
On motion of L. L. Fox, City Attor
ney C. S. Demon was Instructed to
prepare an ordinance prohibiting the
presence of minors In card rooms, if
the present ordinance does not so
This action followed a general dis
cussion of the situation, tho matter
being brought to tho council's attent
ion by a letter from the school board,
offering the assistance of tho truant
officer In enforcing tho law. No ac
tion was taken on the offer. Chief
R. H. Fox was authorized to proceed
with rigid enforcement of tho pres
J. S. Innes declared that 18 years
should be the age under which boys
should be denied admission Into the
pool rooms, unless tho state law-
specifies 21. He said tho card rooms
wero more objectionable than pool
rooms, because of the greater gam
bling temptation. II. E. Nordeen
urged that the city coopcrato with
the school board.
Must ItejKilr Ho-pltal
G. II. Baker then qualified as an
expert on the subject, and stated
that he knew of nothing on the face
of the earth which could not be gam
bled on. He disagreed with Innes.
N. H. Gilbert pointed out that if the
law specified the age of 21 as the
dividing line, those under 18 might
be kept opt. Fox's motion carried un
animously. Great danger of Children exists on
Delaware avenue as a result of so
many of them playing on the pave
ment, It was reported. The matter
was left In the hands of Chief Fox.
Tho detention hospital Is In bad
condition, H. E. Nordeen reported,
and must be repaired before winter
Signal Light Aro Effective
Immediate steps will be taken to
order In a sewer on Minnesota aven
ue, past the city hall to tho new hos
pital, it was decided. One property
holder refuses to give his consent to
tho sewer going In, It was reported.
Tho matter of wlro netting to pro
tect school children crossing tho foot
bridge, suggested in a letter from
the school board, was referred to tho
streets committee with power to act.
A petition asking for a street lamp
in Boulevard addition was read and
referred to the streets committee.
Graveling of cross walks and other
streets repairs were reported by this
committee. The police commltteo re
ported that the signal lights aro In
stalled and have been tested, and
found to be practicable.
BIGGER HOLES WILL
TAP ARTESIAN FLOW
Director of Stato Bureau of Mines
Due In Henil Soon To Ovcn.ee
The Fort Hock Work.
To direct new well drilling work
In tho Fort Bock valley, Henry M.
Parks, director of the stato bureau
of mines, will arrive In Bond within
n few days, according to a letter re
ceived Wednesday by Stato Repre
sentative H. J. Overturf. Larger holes
wilt bo sunk in order to subject tho
doop flow of water to an oven moro
severe test than that recently made
on the Ernst ranch.
The state appropriation socured at
the last legislative session through
tho efforts of tho Contral Oregon del
egation Is sufficient to put down
threo more, wells, It Is estimated.
Drilling machtnory to bo used In sink
ing tho now holes Ib being unloaded
from the oars hero for shipment to