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IH3ND, IHJHCmiTKH COUNTY, OIIKOON, Till RSDA Y, N'OVHMllKIt il, 1021.
SIX PER CENT
$10.vl23 IS NET TOTAL
Ntuti Th Nut Yd Aniioiiiin-il New
l.'liuulllriitliiii I'rotlili-N VHMHM)
I'iiihI For ICiiirrK'ii'l'N In
Dviichutim cotnily'H ImilKct cover
ItiK uxiiuiiilltitrcN for tliij year of 1922,
with tlin ik'ittictlnii of 1 11,000 ontl-
mnti'il tm probable fecit mill receipt
for tliu year, will ciimn under tlin
nix pur cunt statutory lliiiltiitlmi, J.
M. Lawrence, secretary of tint budget
ndvlnory rommllleo, Htutt'il Tuesday
Budget Ileum exclusive of $16,500
representing tlin market roudn levy
nml $D,K75, Ihn Interest mi bonded
Inilebllieiw, total $ 1 10,123.21. Allow
IllK for cut I III lit ml receipts, till
brings tlin lint iiinotint to liu raised
liy taxation In $105,123. This year's
budget of $99, CMS, Jil II" tlin nix per
cent allowed liy law, iiIIown $ I OS, HOC
nn tint amount which might bo ruin
oil for county expenses for 1922
without tint endorsement of ii populnr
Tlin budget miller which tlifl coun
ty In now operating, wim considerably
under thn nix per cent limitation, ac
cording to Aim-imor August A. And
ernon who n tut en that thn totnl which
could hnvn been advertised for tlin
present yenr would have been $105,-
73A.I9. If thin amount had bean sti
pulated liy the budget makers, tho
limlKet for thn coming year would
havo I 12,080. 3C a ItM possible limit
uiul or thn statute, soys tho assessor,
HIjiIo 'tax Vrt Unknown
Another Item not Included In thn
estimates for 1922 In thn slato tax,
yet to tin announced by thn ntnto tnx
communion, This year thn county
paid 199,28-1 for HiIn purpose.
A new classification iron In thn
work nf thn committee, which In ad
dition to tho county Judge and com.
mlmilnnorti linn N. A. Ilurdlck of Iteil
nioml, and T, II, Foley and J, M.
Lawrence of Demi nn ItM memlierii, Ii
the general emergency fund. For thin
purpose (10,000 Ii not anldo.
With few exceptions tho Itomn In
tho 1922 budget duplicate thn
nmounU listed under thn 1920 bud'
Ket, a comparison nf figures reveals,
Thn llomlzod cstlniutos for tho com-
Iiik year nra nn follows:
Circuit court, $3500; county
Judge, 11200; county commissioner.
2,227. CB; county clerk, $7,176.3;
sheriff, $8,836.59; school superin
tendent, $,377.41; assessor, $3.47 1
31; treasurer, $1,502.88; nnrveyor,
$904.0.1; coronar, $25.00; illntrfct
attorney, $810; agriculturist, $2200;
water mauler, $1200; county nurse,
I2B00; county library, $3,504.50;
school library, $300; widows' pen
sions, $0,000; Juvnnllo court, $600;
hcnlth officer, $387.88; Indigent ro-
, llcf, $2,828.69; court hnuso nml Jnlt,
$5,000; county prisoners, $1,330.80;
Hcalp bounty, $2600; fairs. $1,000;
publication of lend I notices, $300;
Rennrul road, $9,000; general school,
$28,089; high iichool tuition, $2600;
elections, $3,425,80; market roads,
$15,500; Interest on bonded debt,
$9,875; gonoral emergency, $10,000.
PUPILS TO MARCH
ON ARMISTICE DAY
Children of (Initio HcliooU To Form
On Iteltl Luwn Legion To Sup
ply OIlleeiN For March.
Pupils nf tho Ilnnd Krado schools
will Join tho American Legion In the
celebration of Armistice day, It Is
announced by City School Su
perintendent H. W. Monro. MumberH
of tho third, fourth, fifth, sixth and
Hovontli grades, will bo formed on tho
Hold school lawn by their teachers,
nml nt 1:15 o'clock In tho afternoon
will bo turned over to tho Legion
They will bo offlcorod by ox-sor-vlco
men on their march from tho
school to tho depot grounds, whoro
tho Ilond vs. Ilodmond football giuno
will bo played,
BEND ON CASH
5G7,090.:0 TOTAL ASKED
FOR NEXT YEAR
REDUCE 1921 ESTIMATE
I'ij liienl of Intel cM Ami Principal
On IIoiiiIm I'rm lili-il U'lirinnt In
ilelileilnexH To lie llellml, The
Joint Ciiiniillllre Drelile.
Definitely placing Ilnnd on a cash
basin, the city budget for 1922,
adopted by tliu council uiul the ad
visory budgot commltlen at tho final
Joint session of the two bodies Tues
day, reaches u total of $07,990.30,
a H against thn $70,290.60 required
to bo raised by taxation for munici
pal expenses during tho present year.
The city's expenses for thn coming 12
months will reach $81,420.30 II wus
estimated, while probable receipts In
cluding fines and court costs, build
ing permits, licenses, delinquent
liens, and unexpended balance from
tho 1021 appropriations, total $13,.
4.10, resulting In tho net sum of $07,
990.30 to be obtained through taxa
tion. Commit fit' I'lt-iiMil
Mombers of the advisory commit
tee, Floyd Dement, K. A. Hatlier. J.
N. Hunter, Ooorgo Hoover, H. U. Kar
ris, and H, 1'. Ilrostcrhous. evinced
their satisfaction over the showing
mado by tho administration In Its
handling pf thn city's financial af
fairs. C. J. Lovorett declared tbut In
stead of appropriating $900 as salary-
for- Dr Anna Hies Klnley, head
of tho Woman's I'rotectlvo division,
a donation of $300 to tho county or
school nurso, or to the Jled Cross,
would bring better results In welfaro
Features of the 1922 estimates
which mean the placing of the muni
cipality on a cash basis aro tho ap
propriations In connection with bond
ed Indebtedness providing $10,000 as
a sinking fund and $9,120 for inter
est, and tho Items of $2,000"f6rjho
payment of Interest on warrantsand
of $15,000 to retire outstanding war
rants, To cover estimated tnx.colloc
tlou losses, $2500 Is allowed.
Othor Items or the budget which
Include salaries, rent, supplies and
miscellaneous expenses, aro: Legal
department, $750; recorder, $2350;
treasurer, $1225; police. $3275; fire
department, $10,130; health depart
ment, $2150; streots and bridges,
$14,225; sower maintenance and re
pair, $500; parks mid grounds con
structlon and maintenance, $1,000;
library maintenance and oporatlon,
$3564.50; rest room rout, $180
woman's protective division, $900;
elections. $300; legal publications,
$250; emergency, $1,000.
LOST COIN RESTORED
BY HALLOWE'EN JOKE
Hurry UoImt KliitU 910 Cold Piece
Which Disappeared A Year Ago,
As Itpsult of Wltrhrx Prank.
Through tho activities of young'
stors obsorvltiR Hallnwo'on In tho
traditional manner, Harry Jlolsor, of
this city, Is $10 rlchor, A gold ploco
lost nearly a year ago was recovered
tills wook as tho dlroct result, of tho
celebration of All-Sulius' ova.
Dolsor'a loss occurred as ho was
making Improvements on his prop
erty on Wull street, the coin slipping
from his pocket mid coming to rest
undorneath tho floor.
On Hallowe'en tho witches, assist
ed by Humorous llond Juveniles, up
set tho building, but Ignored tho
money which their prank had expos
ed, Ilolser found It tho noxt day.
WALLS AND ROOF OF
Construction of the walls mid roof
of tho first unit of tho new St.
Clnirlos hospital lias boon complet
ed, Plumbing mid othor Interior work
Is now In progross, Tho furnace has
uueaay ucon iiismueu.
ItKD.MOND, IM:HT WIT FOIt CHAM
HONH1III', l'lVH I.OCAI, IIKill
HCIIOOI, HQl'AD NOVKMllKIt II
i:itHKii:s mi:. i.mimiovino.
Definite plans wero agreed on
Tuesday between American Legion
officers and Manager Klink of the
high school football team, In regard
to the Armistice Day football gumo
between Ilond and Redmond high
schools, which Is to be the afternoon
attraction, following the pnrado.
Although the local team Is sched
uled to Journey to I'rinevlllo this
coming Katurday, the game next
Thursday hero with Itodmoud is tho
one which looms largest In'tho minds
of Coach Krskliin and his men, as
well as In local funs who take an
Interest In the Central Oregon foot
Itodmond, by defeating I'rinevlllo
.Saturday, stands In the lead so far
us championship hopes are concern
ed, lleud, although previously beaten
by both these teams, Is concede to
have a good chanco of winning on
Couch Krsklne Is trying all sorts
of combinations In nn effort to speed
up his offense, and as a result all of
the men are fighting hard for a place
In tho lineup. Tho team looks faster
this week than It has at any time
Two men who have a good chanco
to mnka a backfleld position this
week arc Johnson and Dlrdsall.
Neither Is heavy enough to play In
tho line, hut Saturday' nt Madras,
when they went In to fill tho places
of men who wero Injured, both play
ed a fust, steady gamo. McNeely,
lllakelcy, l'hllbrook, Norcott and
Dutt and also good backfleld men,
so that tho race for these positions
Is n hot one.
Kit El) K1UT.Y AND I.KK WHIOIIT
AltltKSTHD, AND COMPLAINT
N.iMKS' CHKSTKIt WIHOIIT
juvi:nim: hkaiuno sirr.
Frod Shuey and I.eo Wright, alleg
ed lenders In tho burglary of tho high
school Sunday night, wero arrested
lust night by Sheriff S. Ii. Roberts.
A complaint of burglary was also pre
ferred against Chester Wright, Junior
high hcliool student, one of tho live
alleged to have taken part In thn
looting of provisions from tho do
mestic science room. Young Wright
Is 19 yenrs of age, and his caso con
sequently cannot bo handled In Ju
Tho four others who aro said to
havo confessed to having a part In tho
affair Alba Ilhoads, Charles Itoss,
Ted Qllson, and Lawrenco Fraslor
will appear beforo Juvcnilo Judge
Sawyor nt 4:15 o'clock this after
noon, according to citations Issued
from the offica of District Attorney
A, J. Mooro Wednesday morning.
VISITORS IN BEND
Accompanied by his assistant, C. C.
Kolly, and Itobort C. Johnson of the
Oregon Journal, Herbert K. Nunu,
stnto highway engineer, nrrivod hero
Tuesday night from I'rinevlllo and
Mitchell, Next morning the party
loft for Madras, whoro tho engineers
havo business with tho Jefferson
county court In regard to right of
OFFICES ARE MOVED
County School Superintendent J.
Alton Thompson mid Assessor A, A.
Anderson have niovod their offices
from tho wost end of tho court house
building to tho rooms formerly used
by tho Doschutos National Forest
service. Tho chnngo of location will
make possible n spoclal Jury room
for uso during tho coming session
of tho circuit court,
khkmont-wa hti.va commiwity
CM'IJ KNTIIltTAINK IIH.VD VIK
ITOItH, AND OIVKH UITICIKNCY
Desire of the people of tho Fre
mont community to tie up commer
cially with Dend wus shown Saturday
night at tho meeting of the Fremont
Wastlna Community club, attended
by a delegation of Dend business men
on tho Invitation of the club, Tho
visitors from Deschutes county wero
guests of honor at a dinner and
dance, and afterwards were taken to
tho homes of ranchers whero they
spent the night, returning to Dend
During tho business session, tho
Ilond delegation wero given a dem
onstration of how to run a commer
cial club. Committees of the Fro-mont-Wastlna
organization were ap
parently functioning most efficient
ly, and even turned In written re
ports, tho visitors noted,
A. O. Clark was tho chief speaker
for- Dend, his remarks on homo In
dustry being received with great en
thusiasm. D, H. Peoples spoke on
the cooperation of financial Institu
tions In connection with the general
development of the country, and U.
Antics ably summarized the relations
existing between Ilcnd and tho Fre
mont country, emphasizing tho will
ingness of tho business men of Dend
io cooperate In Increasing mutual
prosperity. Claudo Smith entertained
with Jokes and stories.
TllltKK HOLTS ON lllTII, ALL
STAH KVKNTH THANK8C5IVIXO
AITKHNOON CAIHIOLL IS
MATCHMAKKIt KKST OK Y ISA It.
Two smokers during November
are planned by Charles Carroll,
matchmaker appointed for the re
mainder of the year last week by
the boxing commission. The first will
ho November 14, with Speck Woods
meeting Joe Dunn of Portland in the
tun In event. On Thanksgiving after
noon, tho winner of tho Woods-Dunn
fight will meet the best man who can
be secured on tho coast, says Car
roll. Duffy Knorr will also appeal
on this card with Hay Hose of Port
land. Doth smokers will bo conducted
under tho miBplccs of the American
Carroll was appointed after Paul
Hosmer, designated somo tlmo age
by tho Legion as its choice, refused
tho position, which tho commlsslot
Tho November 14 smoker will have
as attractions supporting tho main
event a six round bout between Geno
Hose and "Fronchlo" Le Clair, and
a four round go betweon Eddie Claire
and Cleo Sowards, who aro expected
to mix from tho first sound of the
gong this tlmo, as both are rather
huffy over tho outcome of tho last
Tho Thanksgiving smoker,, which
will begin nt 3 o'clock In tho after
noon, so as to allow for the other
events which the Legion plans in tho
evening, will bo an all-star event,
Scats for tho smoker Novembor
14 will bo on sale at the Windmill,
Metropolitan, Pnstlmo, Waldorf, Dra
glch & Springer's and O'Nell & John
sou's, INNES DEPUTY FOR
J. S. Iunos of this city has re
ceived notlco from tho grand lodgo
of tho Knights of Pythias that he
has been chosen as district deputy
grand chnncollor for the torrltory In
cluding Deschutes, Jefferson, and
Deputies for tho various lodges in
his Jurisdiction nro: Robert C. Iro
latul, Luna Lodge o. 05, Prlnevllle;
L, F, Orroll, Deschutes Lodgo No.
103, llond; Sldnoy Loyd, Redmond
Lodgo No. 110, Itodmond; Ira P. Hoi-
comb, Dradshaw Lodge No. 113, Madras.
RATED HIGH AT
NETTED GEMS GIVEN
EXHIBIT COMES LATE
I)e liulex Kntrlet Not Hrgularly
Judgiil, Hut (Jet Hetter Than
First Prize For Their
Central Oregon spuds were big
winners at tho National Potato show
at Duluth, according to a telegram
received Monday morning by Secre
tary L. Antles of the Dend Commer
cial club. A peck of Deschutes county
Netted Gem potatoes received a spe
cial award for their "outstanding
qualities, and a peck of Irish Cob
blers from Crook county took first
In their class, as well as being de
clared the best peck from a distance
of more than BOO miles.
Tho peck of Netted Gam potatoes
entered at the national show, arrived
too late for the regular Judging, but
the high class of tho exhibit was
shown la the fact that the special
prizo given was for $25, while the
first prize In any given class Is $10.
This Is taken as Indicating that had
tho Deschutes county spuds arrived
a day earlier, they would havo had
at the very least, an excellent chance
of taking the sweepstakes for the
best peck In any class, believes M. G.
Coe, who first suggested entering
Deschutes county potatoes at Duluth,
and who, with County Agent D. L.
Jamison selected the peck of tubers,
representative of the best from farms
In various parts of the county, which
were given such high recognition by
Deploy Sent to Portland
"Your peck of Netted Gems arriv
ed too lato for regular Judging, but
were given a special award of $25
for their outstanding qualities," says
the telegram received at Commercial
club headquarters announcing the
success of the county exhibit. "The
other peck won first prize in their
class, and the special prize as the
best from beyond 500 miles. You
were also awarded second prize
among winners from greatest dis
Tho "other peck" alluded to In the
telegram Is that from Crook county,
Secretary L. Antles of the club ex
plained. He considers that only the
fact that the Deschutes county peck
arrived too late for regular Judging
prevented the entire Central Oregon
exhibit from drawing the first prize
for entries from the greatest dis
tance Following the sending of Deschutes
county's potato display to Portland
to bo entered at the Land Products
show In that city, Coe and Jamison
will leave tonight to bo present
at the Judging. In view of the
high place accorded the Netted Gems
of Deschutes county at the national
show, Coe Is confident that the ex
hibit will be successful In Portland
A third exhibit Is to bo made at the
Spokane Potato show in December.
B. H. S. ELEVEN
WINS 6-0 GAME
HLOflCKD PUNT HKHIND MAI)
HAS GOAL LINE HESl'LTS IN
ONLY TALLY PENALTY HEEPS
(Special to The Bulletin.)
MADRAS, Oct. 29. Dend van
quished tho Jefferson high school
oloven hero In tho afternoon when
In tho second quarter a punt was
blocked behind the Madras goal line.
The ball was Bond's on tho one yard
line, and McNeely carried It over.
Tho attempt to kick goal failed.
Thero was no othor scoring during
tho game, Threo times tho Jotforson
county backs bucked the ball to the
ono yard lino, then wore unable to
go over, Onco the pigskin was ac
tually put over, but a 15 yard penal
ty for holdlug nullified the tally.
WILL APPEAR FRIDAY
OF NEXT WEEK
14 SEEK SEPARATION
Liquor Coses Appealed and Forge ry
CharKC Appear On Circuit Court
Docket .Mado Public Today
Many Law And Equity Cases.
Eighteen new applications for nat
uralization and six carried over front
the previous term of circuit court
will be heard Friday and Saturday
of this week, November 4 and 5, ac
cording to the court docket. Fourteen
new divorce cases have been filed
since the April term of court. Tho
following have applied for natural
ization: Robert James McCann, Harry Wil
liam Gant, Ferdlnant John Johnson,
George Henry Green, David Walter
Johnson, Clifford Thomas Cllne,
Emit Wlenecke, Severln Hanson San
nerud, Archibald McDonald, Patrick
Barry, Joseph Hlllbacher, Dragon
Wuys Mlrich, William Morley Wilson.
Antonio Zomprelll, John McKcnzlc.
Christian Jensen Hexburg, George
Liquor Cones Appealed
Old naturalization cases to corns
up aro those of Joseph Roynette,
Hcndrlck Johannes Craner, Paul
Frederick Reldel, Carl Hansen, John
Rlckenberg and Bernhard Tekampe.
The criminal docket includes tha
case of the state vs. J. J. McCarthy,
charged with forgery, who is still at
large; and the cases of the City of
Bend vs. Mrs. Alfaretta Meyer and
the City of Bend vs. Lee Rlggs, ap
pealed' from the recorder's court.
Both were found guilty on liquor
Many Law Suits
Following are the new law cases:
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., Corp.
vs. M. W. Wagner; Bend Hardware
Co., Corp., vs. Olaf E. Anderson; W.
H. James vs. Western DIatomlte Co.:
L. C. Marlon vs. J. B. Elktns; Des
chutes Garage Co., Corp., vs. J. A.
Botz; J. C. Vandevert vs. Joo Ladine:
Walther-WUllams Co., Corp., vs. A.
Gebhard; D. H. Sphler vs. John Mich
ael, Peter Michael and J. F. Arnold;
Miller Lumber Co., Corp., vs. J. A.
Botz; State Industrial Accident Com
mission vs. Joseph A. Stevens; Stats
Industrial Accident Commission vs.
Bend Iron Works; State Industrial
Accident Commission vs. Bend Press
Publishing Co.; State Industrial Ac
cldent Commission vs. R. N. Palmer
ton; First National Bank of Bend vs.
W. A. (William A.) Bates. J. F. Dean
and Jane Doe Dean, his wife; John
Oakes vs. B. M. Kelsay; W. A. Bea
ver, doing business under the namo
of W. A. Beaver & Son, vs. William
R. Sullivan and Elizaboth Sullivan,
his wife; Theodore S. Thomas vs.
John Michael. George Michael and
David Michael, doing business under
the firm name and style of Tumalo
Lumber Co.; Walther-WUllams Co..
Corp., vs. G. A. Johnson; In the mat
ter of a resolution establishing tho
Slsters-Plalnvlew section of tho Bend
McICenilo highway; Ellis H. Edging
ton vs. heirs of William IL Cox, de
ceased; First National Bank of Bend
vs. J. Snow Parmlnter; Central Ore
gon Bank vs. Walter A. Jacobs;
Peter Raber vs, M. F. Nichols; C. V.
Silvls and John Stetdi vs. Walter A.
(William A.) Jacobs; Ernest Davis
vs. Arnold Irrigation Co., Corp.; H.
T, Youngfelt vs. Seaborn F. Johnson;
II. l. De Armond vs. Jens C. Hussel-
berg; Natiodal Union Firo Insurance
Co., Corp., vs. W. P. Myors, Harvey
Winslow; J. 11. Cunning vs. Central
Oregon Bank, E, P. Mahaffey; State
Industrial Accident Commission vs.
O G, Drubakor, Joseph A. Stevoni
and C. L, Grazier, pnrtnors; Elmer
Hopper vs. Henry R. Reed; Charles
F. Bloom vs. C. J. Stauffor and Mrs.
C. J. Stauffer; Benedotto Martinet!!
vs. Bertucl Kelly; D. C. Morris vs.
Archio A. Warnor and G, A. Schro
der; B. A. Stump vs. A. L. Bagley;
First National Bank of Dend, vs. Ken
wood Promotion Co.; R. II. Loven vs.
A. F. Black and Jane Doe Black, hus
band and wife; W. F. Fryrear vs.
H. B. McMlckle. and Alda McMlckle,
his wife, under the assumod business
name of Itodmoud Lumber & Produce
(Continued on Page 4.)