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TIIR BRND DUIiLtiTlN, BEND, ORE., WEDNK8DAY, JUNE 84, 1014.
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THE BEND BULLETIN
(Publlslicd ETcrjr Wednesday)
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Editor and Publisher.
ROBERT W. BAWYER
. ABBoeloto Editor.
An Independent nowspopor stand
ing, for tho squnro deal, clean biSl
ncBS, clean politics and tho beat n
tercRts of Bond nnd Central Oregon
uno year J1.B0
Biz months SO
Ttarco months 60
qn'Jttly Fourth. Tho plans for
tho tffttcrtnlnmont nro progressing
well, but this week it is up to ovory
ono to-got out nnd work. Wo prom-
bo a goqd tlmo to our guests, nnd the
people of Jlonu must nmko good thnt
K. S. MILES GETS
All Bubscrlntlons nro duo nnd
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Notices of
expiration nro mnllod aubscrlbors nnd
if renewal Is not inado within reason
nblo tlmo the paper will bo discon
tinued. Pleaso notify u promptly of nny
change of address, or of lallure to re
ceive tho pnper regularly. Otherwise
xre will not be responsible for copies
Make all checks nnd orders pay
able to Dcnd Bullotln. j
Boost.the baseball team. Tho boys
havVsomo Rood mator'nl. nnd ovon
'it'tno sci)foathus far nro disappoint
jlng, th,i$re Isno renson why with prnc
Tfco (hoybo"uldn't turn out n good
nine. They hnyo Uio right spirit nnd
nro keeping "hard at work. Let's nil
show na good a spirit nnd help them
with encouragement nnd support.
If you bet, nnd lost, "be n sport"
nnd got your hair cut. No mntter
whether you bet or not, you should
have your hnlr cut boforo July 4th.
Do not wait until tho 4th. You mny
miss the parade. Cigars, candy, etc.
THE METROPOLITAN. Adv.
none of the oftlcors participating In V
tho mid. was willing to bo rospunsl
bio. They admitted thoro wns 'no
thins ngrtlnat mo.1
"it corthlnly wnn n most unplons
nnt oxperlenco. Tho grill wns open
for business. It was licensed by tho
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914.
V ' THE PITY OF IT.
,Jhe account of tho murder of tho
new-born babe at GrUxley Is grim
and ghastly. With premeditation, n
father ends the life of the child his
wlfejias just brought Into tho world.
"while Its mother still lies upon her
bed of ngony. Read simply ns n
brutal drama the crime Is unspeak
..Granted that tho father-murderer
was unbalanced. Granted, perhaps,
that his mentality was sound and hla
actsanely guided. Whichever a Jury
ol)fyia "peers decides whether ho
garjfto tho madhouse, to a life In tho
penitentiary or -to tho gallowssu,
tbero yet remains. about the tragedy,
ati background of pathos tho pity of
tho situation which fundamentally
cauteu ine muruer. .,
The .statement of the lathecU
clear enough on onchead; ho fenr'fl
poverty. The mother feared it totS
ejflaniy; humanly, they feared it for' just tapping a free supply. This auspl
themselves, unselfishly, humanly, for
tneir -nany. Against their desires
their child came, burdening- them
with another being to support when
they could ill support thomsclves, de
stroying, indeed, the earning powers
of opeofthom. The furklng demon
of hunger and want and the pale
ghost of fear prompted the killing.
That, you say. Is no acquittal. As
suredly no. The law is plain, and
the unwritten laws of love and fam
ily, and human decency cry out
against tho atrocity thrice as strong'
rapping ths Air For It a Prebtim
That Biffin Qoisncs.
In answering the qne-itlon. Ms the
prophecy that 'Weill the, rounds' about
twenty yrttra ngn tlmt oiue way of
"tapping nature' ami thus securing un
limited supllert of electricity from air
or from space coming truer Edgar
Lnclen Lark In in the New York Ameri
The nearest approach to the great
work of tapping nature' unlimited
tore of elevtrtclty Is the act allowing
Irrigating streams from high moun
tains to turn turbine generators over
and over again lu 'different power
plant uluug down the nidi's of the
mountains und then after vocurlng all
uieeliiink-ul work of gruvltatlou secure
growing work in the growth of food
plant Thin Is the height ut present
of human skill lu the work of "tupplrig
Windmills turning armatures Is an
other way of tawing. And tho cap
ture of waterjri tides, using tho force
of outflow, la still another. Wo still
have the dynamo with us. We must
tururarmuturea with tbelr polar Held.
of magnetic lines.
We must ue running water or flow
ing wind to tup-nature or burn carbon
coder holler, which la too expensive
and proxnle to be culled the high art of
tapping, an one would turu a faucet.
1 suppoxe my correspondent means
Will Hue onicinls Thc,rj for $20,0.00
Damages Resulting From Wrong-
ful Arrest ntul False Accusation
of Vitgrmicy Ball Set nj f .10,
K. S. Miles, of Silver Lnko, pro
motor of tho phono lino between thnt
town nnd Bend, got Into tho limelight
nnd incident!) tho city. Jail In Port
land Saturday. Tho arrest, apparent
ly, was through no fault of his own,
and now ho threatens to suo Port
land' onicinls for 120,000 damagen.
Ilichnrda Grill was "pinched" Sat
urday night. Mr. Mllea was thoro,
was arrested, balled by Phtl.Motschan
and when tlmo for trial canto Monday
no officer oven appeared against him.
Part or Mr. At I Ion story thus ap
pears In Tho Orogonlan:
"1 finished some hualness late Sat
urday night and walked up Alder
street to Pnrlrf said Mr. Miles yes
terday, "I came to Jtlclmrda drill
and entered." '
"When I had been seated n fow
moments I wns closely qucstlohe'd
nnd later iaformed thnt I was under
nrrcst ns n vngrnnt,
"I appeared In .court today, but
lly luulntvorofom rceognUed, I wont
Micro Inrpml raltli. I wns nrrcstca
nn n vagrant. I nm nut nnd ntu not
one. ' NO ode nppenrod ngnlnst mo, I
'khmr' Romtono la ycsitfouslbln nnd
wluidreftr Is will bo determined in u
anil Ihnvo Instructed my attorney to
Mo ngnlnst Mayor Albop, Chlof of
Polled Clnrk, Cnptaln luskeep, Ser
geants Harms und Wells nnd tho pa
trolmen under orders.''
According, to tho Oregon Journal,
tho enso ngnlnst Mr. Miles una boon
aVYH PHONK ASSl'RIU).
(Sliver Lnko Lender.)
K. 8. Miles, tho tolophono mnn left
for Portland Inst evening to purchase
wlro nnd uqiilpment for tho line run
nlng from Silver Iako to La Pino,
lleforo leaving ho Instructed his foro
mnn tu communco digging tho holes
to Bot tho poles nnd nlso let tho con
tract for hnullnc notes to bo distrib
uted along the lino botweon hero nnd
Fort Rock. From whnt Inrormntlqn
wo nro able to gnther tho lino will
bo In operation boforo tho lGth of
July. Sufficient assurnnco Is gunrnn
teed ta Mr, Miles to warrant him In
pushing the matter and ho feels war
ranted In assuring all towns between
iLhkcvlow nnd Bond thnt conversa
tions can bo had by July U between
any point lu central Oregon nnd with
Portland within the next sixty days.
Peters Shot Gun and RMo nm mo
nition. Skuso llardwaro Co. Adv.
FIU'IT JAMS '
Mason -Sura Krai
Hkiiftc Hardware Co. Adv,
clous event has not arrived unless
using solar engines is tapping. Ueat
reflected by mirrors directly from tho
noonday sun upon tollers baa been
made to generate steam and turn ar
Another way of tupping is to allow
the sun to shine on tbermo electric
piles, unions of euds of burs of unlike
What my friend evidently wants Is
electricity as cheap as air. water and
sanlhthr. This really Is the dream of
electricians Klnce nothing exists but
electrons, and these are electricity. It
.?!-"-.' . . : "".'"
W n. j it i,. f , ....... . rooes seera.inat we ougut to get an wo
ly-j .dp tho laws of tho courts and. ,mnf ,, h, ,,. fHk,nB.
V'4tffitpf' supply. But Edison.
uoioinsouj.jtuiotTiora ana icsia anu
sieinraetx nave not maxea toe way
into this unknown problem of the
inuary.-etatute books. 3
9 bnlpU 'given life through'. pa
if Itqwn, is dead. The nfoth-
wrlsh &f ltaqw
er Is "heartbroken, no dottbL The
Just and Tjurfery law, no do.ubt, will
take the nther's life, so leaving the
child-robbed 'woman a wido)y too.
ThJy 'were destitute, were these
two, ij-ho, under the smiles of Fi
tune.tmlght have loved their ch
so lavishly, but would have hunger
anuV.M'fln it hunger; had it lived n
hurdreied them. Where. Pray, will
you And a sadder story? II
CHARITY .AT HOME.
Here.lfl a true incident from the
hfirotetetd, land. t fs not a tragedifi-tsW,
lko the'.Grlirloy -climax of poverty,
but it is too near one to merit a
A mother.'and three small children
remained on their claim while the
father 'worked in town, as do many
homesteaders, earning wages with
which to carry the burden of the Im
provements in the first bard up-hill
battle for their lands. Many homa
steadera are poor. These struggled
the ragged edge of undisguised
1 I.... mm .A.I. . man will V
u WWW w wwu.i, .uu iuhh T. at, u.m
tbia'curquesU for the mind phasing in
Italy's Plums Qrsss.
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-fcraM, nj in iiiii-- ior loe
DIHECTOHY OF OFFICIALS.
Prcsldont Wood row Wilson
Vlco President. .Thomas R. Marshall
Secretary of Stato W. J. Bryan
Secretary pt Navy ..Josephus Daniels
Secretary of, War . . . .L. M. Garrison
Secretary of Interior . . . .F. K. Lane
Secretary Agrlculturo D. F. Houston
Secretary of Treasury . W. F, McAdoo
8ccrotary Commerco ..W. C. Iledflcld
Secretary of Labor . . . . W. B. Wilson
Attorney Goneral ..Jas. McRoynolda
Postmaster General .Albert Burleson
Governor Oswald West
Secretary of Stato . . . . B. W. Olcott
Treasurer ......... .Thos. B, Ka
Atty General A. M. Crawford
Superintendent Public Instruction . .
........: J. A. Churchill
Stato printer R. A. Harris
Commissioner Labor Statistics ....
Game Warden W. L. Flnle)
State Engineer John H. LoU
United States Senators
Georgo E. Chamberlain
Harry W. Lanii
Congressmen A. W. Lafferty
. .. ,N. 8. 8lnnott
W. A. Hawley
Advertisements Inserted under ihU
lieallnj nt the rate of ONE CENT A
WORD each Insertion. Cash mutt
accompany all orders from pervon
not hntlng a regular account lth
Ttio Bulletin. No advertisement tak
for lesa than in ceuU each Insertion.
Circuit Court Judgo W. 1, JJradshaw.
District .Attorney '.,; .W. H. Mt1-U
County Judge . .. G. Springer
Clerk ; ... ..., .. .Warran Urajn
onena ....Q.......r ranniiiiui
Treasurer . , . . .. ir . . Ral pi-Jdrdap
Assessor - IfJA: poster
School Siipt J. E. Myers
rnrnnur P.T1. 'PolnilBTtBr
w- -- -.-.--- 1- - - - V-,1
Surveyor . . i a- Fred A. Riceu
Commissioners . ., ."'i.R. ft Bsyley
IpMBf apftwUJfr bjoom for sweeping Septembec wdyJDoceJaoer
blgBJjt finine tloomv is n product of ' Monday In'March. ,
imujnyrfops,yfartlnlurly In nouth-1 Probafc Meetl' first
ysstern IwtU-rdy. Hiiittifrn Wuetla
anil -jurthern'Rmllla. In which Motions
Iris oatd'tb fcrow ubuiidmitly Mantua.
umiruy. u iMnir or int mine in
dW-JftiftsWi-iSJiutji around Sloutua
gut bef It during the first three weeks
In Heptember. nout two weeks bfori
It begins to blMsum.
poverty. The food ran Idw at -the
homestead tent and the father did
not return. There were no neigh
bors for miles, no horse to reach
them. All supplies but a sack of
seed wheat were consumed. But
the mother stuck to the claim, and
for a full week those three little Ones
lived on boiled wheat; Then came
relief, and slightly better things.
The' moral is two edged.
The kind of courage and hardi
hood ovldonced by that mother is the
stuff new countries are built upon
and. the foundation of pioneer suc
cess. Luxurious town-dwellers should
tflott' their bats to it.
And why, when such things are.
transpiring all about us, need we go
.across seas for missionary work'Ui
There is prosperity in plenty, ondl
success and happiness, among the
homesteaders and the new settlers;
as a whole there-la no reason at all
to plt,y them. .But there are too,
cases. In plenty where the helping
hand extended from Bend would ac
complish a world of good- of sub
stantial brotherly ad, to help ide
over the hard places Und bHng us" all
nearer the ultimate well apportioned
prosperity that will come in time to
the entire country.
Whst H Mad of It
First Pnyalcisu-Cun ru make sny.
thing- nut of the pjitlentV trouble)
Second-Physician I think IP we man
age right we can iiiiiKh aluiit -Vxi
n piece out of it. Philadelphia Ledger
fhe (cruUmrutuli-Tlirrr .-vara I was
engaged to blm-three beautiful, happy
yearV-then It was all urer. Ou (sym-fiaineilt-at(rt-Oh.
1 xtipixw. yun mar
ried bliti tbenr-Fllegeudo Blatter.
Commissioners' Meets first Wed
nesday lnJnuary, March, May, July,
Septembef. NoVm.ber on.d Tiecchibor
WANTED I can locate you on a
few good timber claims while they
last. J. II. Miner, Bend, Ore. IStf
WANTED A girl or woman for
goneral housework. Woman prefer
red. O. C. Cardwoll. ICtf.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply at O. M. Patter
WANTED From ono to six milk
cows, Durham preferred. Address
Ivan R. Knotts, Bond, Oregon. lS-17c
WANTED Competent girl for
general housework. Good wages and
permanont position. Mrs. C. S. Hud
This Year so Buy that New
before the FOURTH of July
New Nifty Neckwear-the LATEST.
In fact EVERYTHING FOR MEN.
EVERVVEAIl HOSE FOll MEN
Guaranteed Six Pairs Six Months.
A. L. FRENCH
FOR RENT Modern cottngo com
pletely furnished. Reasonable price
to responsible person. Inquire Bulle
tin office. -' 10 it
FOtl RENT Two lots, large threa
room Jicuise. Kenwood. $7.00 per
month. Jnquire Bend Grocery, lOtf
KOR RENT Two room cabin,
v......w.- .......... fv v-'"- partly rumincd. i& per month. Bend
'-V-' Vi - '" Drow, Orjfcpqrfr Onblock east of depot. OtX
. ..r' I. , ' .' WEfflk RBK-Small house partly
fujnlshed.cJa a month; also tent
ik-iiu, ovr7-i4iaim.i . a.
Directors. , , .Clyde M. McKay, Chmn
J. N. Hunter
,R. M. Smith
Clerk II. J. Overturf
City of Bend.
Mayor II. A. Miller
Recorder H. O. Ellis
Treasurer Mary E. Coleman
Chief of Pollca S. E. Roberts
City attorney ....... .V. A. Forbea
City Engineer . ...deorge 8. Young
City physician ......,; .Dr. U. C. Coe
Councilman H. B. Allen
,.,.,., A. 8. Collins
.......... ......... M, D, Knutsen
................... J. D. Davidson
E. A. Bather
Justice of the Peace.
Bend Precinct .J, A. Eastus
qulro at Bulletin.
J FOR JRE-NT Pasturo. 040 acres
pwlr- Xericcd. Plonty of water and
grass. S ft miles southeast of town.
Iflqu(r Charles SIpcbeb. 13tf
kFfR RENT Offices on Wall street
ffft&$i Apply Bulletin Office
FOR RENT Rooms centrally lo
cated. Electric lights and wator.
Suitable for housekeeping. Cheap.
Apply Bulletin Office.
FOR RENT Two room suites fur
nished for light house keeping.
Henkle & Ryan. 12tf
Bend is going to have a big crowd
Get Logan Berries and
Raspberries- Ball Mason and
Golden State Mason Jars
Xpu can get them all at .
Shitey's Cash Grocery
i LEADINO EATS fiTORE OF HEND
Nama inside both. Kinder please no
tify Mrs. V Schroder, Kolyat, Oro
FOR RALE All klrids of rough
and dressed lumber, at Anderson
Bros, sawmill half xay between Bond
and Laldlaw, on old Tumato road.
Roasonablo prices, rough lumbo'r 910
per M. Delivering to Bend or Lald
law $2 per M. Telephone. 19tf
LOST AND VOU.VD.
FOR SAL&--A first cjojn t1U.
qulabment under the Swalloy Ditch.
2D water shares, and more. If desired.
30 acres Improved.
J. Rogers, tatdlaw.
20 In crop. It.
FOR TRADE Will trado a new
Economical .'Chief cream suparaut.
for n good quiet horso for furnit
ure. L. Flckeri, Alfalfa!1 U-l',.
TO TRADE- For team of horses
Well drilling outfit In first olsaa con
dition valued at H&Q. J, B, Min
TO EXCHANGE Two well locat
ed Iota In flood for train, wagon and
harness. Address I). P, Winter, Pow
ell Butto, Oregon, IS-lC-c
FOR SALE Two fine fresh milk
cows. Apply Bulletin office. ' lC-17c
FOR SALE Two one year old
Holsleln bulls, tit each. L. C.
Roberts? seven miles out on Burns
FOR SALE Registered O. I. C,
pigs. Phone or write O. C. Card
well, Bend 13tf
FOR SALE Hotel. The Altamont,
Bend. Oregon. A modern, profitable,
well furnished hotel on terms, W, A.
Hammond, Dubuque, Iowa. lC-19p
FOR SALE Hand mode Weber
piano. Would sell cheap for cash,
or on reasonable terms. Call, wrltq
or phono, Mrs. J. B. Robertson, care
Mr. Shonquest, Bend. 11-17
FOR BALE Black Minorca eggs
for setting, f 1.26 for 13. Leave or
ders at Bather's store. ltfo
' FOR SALE At a bargain, lots 1
and 2, block 3, North Addition, for-
mr location oi Evergreen uonniing
Houie, near depot, inquire c f,
Bepson, . 10-17p,
FOR SALE One Durham Ayr
shire milk cow Just fresh. Also Mil
wnukeo binder,, first class sbapo,
price J60.00, A guaranteed bar
gain. A. A. Berg, Gist, Ore. 15-18e.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Relin
quishment. 2 miles from good
central prcgon town. On main road,
i room house, born, all fenced. 20
acres in crop. Price 1760, Write C. O,
c-o Bend Hotel, Bend, Oregon, ICtf
FOR BALE-.Acro of standing hoy
and stumpage. Or will contract to
have bay put up, paying with part t
crop. John Belll, Prlnevllle road, 1
miles from Bend. 14-lflp
LOST May 20th, near Jtorse
Rldge. two purees, one containfnjr
man's gold watch and small change,
WILL HELL MY TWO ROOM HOUSE, GOOD FUR.M
TURK. LOT AND FINK HARDEN, 1IKHHIKH AND FRUIT
TREKH, ALL l.V SPLENDID CONDITION FOR
less than 50 cents on the Dollar
THIS IH A REAL BARGAIN AND YOU SHOULD HER
THIS BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. W'IMj CON.
Apply 8th and Evergreen
WALL PAPER SALE
Regular price 10 ctmts 'Baloprlco M fa cents:
Regularprlco Ifl cont-H-Sale prlca ;. . .8 cents
Regular pr co 20 cents Snlo price ..........11 cents,
Regular price 1W cents Sale price l cents
Regular prlco .'10 cents -Salo price ...,,.,,,, 10 centa
Regular prlco 11.1 cents- -Salo prlco IH conts
Regular prlco -io cents Salo prlco .,,,.,,,,. ill cents
Regular prlco no centa Solo prlco sit centu
Regular price ao cents Solo prlco .. . , .a cent
Regular prlco 75 cent Oat Meal 30 In. wide
Sale price BO cents
Regular prjco ftf cents Ingrain 30 In. wido
Sale prico !!0 cunts
These prices per bolt (2 slnglo rolls to bolt) and!
only on sales days Jnno 'M, SO and 27. .
HTRIOTLY OAHIC .
H. E. JONES