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THi: UBND IIULLETIN, I1KNI), ORE., WEDNESDAY, MAY B, 1MB.
THE APRIL WEATHER AT BEND
Mercury (Jooh to Evtieincs During the
Month .Mmiy I'leur l)n) s.
Tho April tompurnturcB Hliowcd a
wide range, tho niurctiry going ns
high nit 81 degrees on tho 18th and
ns low as 18 degrees on tho llth and
tliu 22nd. Tils mean tniixliniiin wan
iil.-l ddfgrcM find tho moan minimum
30. 8, making tho mean for the month
17.(1. Tliu giustest daily range was
During. thc onth thero ivoro 2G
ulnar dnyH and four partly clntnly,
Tho total proclpltutlon amounted to
..IT. InohuH, the greatest fall In 24
lionrH being ,'i Inches on tliu 24th.
On u few dayB rain full In IriBUfllcIent
Mtiuntlty to recoid and ono tho 3rd
tliiiro was ii fall of hail.
'Opening Day at Panama-Pacific Expo
sition Broke All Exposition
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Mln. Char, of Day
ALL attendance records for expo
sitions were broken nt tho open
ing of tho I'nimnm-I'ucllic Inter
utitlonal Exposition In Sun Francisco
on Keli. 20. Viint crowds thronged the
grounds when President Wilson press
ed the button In Washington, and each
day bIiico the nttciiduin'e has been enor
mous. Tho huge buildings and beau
tiful thoroughfnios hninmed with ac
tlvlty and have continued to do no.
The Exposition bus already demon
Btrnted at thN early dato that It will
bo n ureal success in every way.
From Left to Right Arc Shown Ihe Palace of Education,
Palace of Liberal Arts and Tower of Jewels.
The Avenue of Commonwealths at the
Clean up and paint up.
THE WHY OF WORRY.
Thote Who Live Only In tho Preeont
Have No Fear ol the Future.
Wo worry became wo are afraid of
HouivttiliiK. Worry Is fear nt thu eon
M'tpmncea or hoiiii'IIiIiik that hnn oc
curred or RoinelliuiK ttuit may luippeu.
A curious thing ulMiiit It In that It Ib
never associated with tliu Imuicdlutu
present. It Ih generally In tliu lutiire.
though DOiiH'tlniitt In the p:it-
Alilmnla mid Inline ho iiru con
bcIoiib or nothing lint the present can
not woiry. As nil creatures, except
liiimnu Ix-lugs, llu- only lor the mo
Muni, they do mil worry beeuiiHo they
tin vu no rornllcillon or what Hub hup
peiifd iiml en 11 torm no conception ot
what iiiny happen.
IIiiiuiiii Im'Iiihx mtviriu tho eapiielty
to look liiicli or lorwuril. mentally, are
HiiMTptlhlo to the (en r that chubi-b
wiiiry, mid. iib iiIum person live moro
in tin' i.tl or rut 11 to tliiiti In the pres
lit. IIiIb leiiileiu'.i nllis'ts for worry
or not, nminlluu to our viewpoint ot
life In other nwpii'K Worry Is mental
four of an Impciiilitii: himih-i liltm
IVrtMitiH nilliriitl will Im iohh worried
nhotit their eonilitioii II11111 reliithes or
XrltiliiU who m iiiniIiU null tliem. A
poniou limy worry 111 iiniiripiiiion ot
11 tdckiitHM or opi-ruiinii. nut wIhmi they
liavo the (li'liiitwt hi tile operation is
DM formed, the worn iiwiippours, nnii.
though they tuny teiu. the) eautioi
worry In the pre-nt.-itotoii iionim.
BEST PAYING RAILROAD.
It'i a Little One, Ouill ol Scrip Iron
on Wooam Rail.
The railroad linn pa)n the blgae-st
dividend mi tho capital limited i,
necofilliiK to the IVUinnsil World 111111;
iiiluo. the (Iriiiul Ixiiiiid rnliiomi. It it
In iiurtheru Alhwrtu. ('uniidii, '.tHl mile
lioiti any trunk Hue or leeil
It y only 11 iuarter ot 11 mile lone
and built or nernp Iron on wihhIcu
rutin, llrt rullliiu 11 nil I'tiuxiittN ol two
Iwttensl frelKht ear, vihlt-ii arc ihikIi
h HluiiK llio lOilll b) the men Im lllt
ilm freight, no loeoiiitittvcN iiciioi ii"eit
The frcUhl that Is iiniidicit on thin
roMil coiihIsi prliifluiiljf or turn, nhlch
11 ro towed up thu AthiibiiMka river on
mcowm hauled by uien, arc bidcn 011
tho cam, pimbetl ilotvu llio rtillroitit and
Khlpped iiKiilu 011 other mmwi. tiicrcby
I'lttfiimvciiltiiK the danuenuiii (Irnml
rHphls. ItviuriiliiK. the wmvi carry nil
Kurt of fieluht for Die lloilstui liny
fuiupauy'a factor ami are Honied down
The Itudmui Hnv rumpnnr clmrye
S&M) a ton for Mil hew lit 011 llili illlle
rnllrtMil, iiml the vtuppt'r mut li'iutlie
tils own liootin and pimli the cum nun
Where Catt Sumi Wilt,
Tlione who Iimvc i-rtimil thu line Into
tllii wuit licro rtttlniui of our Klolxi are
tiwaro that In Chile the un ftflim 10
rlM lu (bo wtMii mimI et In Ihe ent
In pltn of kiiowiiik the contrary to tm
the fact. It Is tteli iiluti liupoititlbiu to
Mlwko olT the mniUKe IIIioIimi Ami
this becauho our m-iiM' coupir to tell
uh the reverHo. An In nonti teiiienite
iHtltiuli's the itiiu never attain the
rtuillli lu lt I'hoehiu driven cnunm.
we litMlnciUely fiicv the uuwiinl half
of the ky when v Itnik nolilh nml Im
low thu enuator, ami are ulietttsl
In unr ditvptioii by Uw cold wind
which blow, a at home, from tho op
Hltu ipiurter. To nil our Kne north
Im south mid Bouth north The buu, rl
tin; on our rlKlit to net upon our lefu
KVMii therefor to travel dally back
wtittl fiom wt to en it t lu h thorotiKh
ly mwetiliiK way -IVrvtcul liowell in
Where competition exists, moro than
ono company occupying a given ter
ritory, It necessarily means tho dup
lication of Investment and overhead
expense, with the result that there Is
either a direct loss to tho companies
occupying the field or rates nnd ser
vice are fixed so nB to allow returns
on tho duplicated Investments.
'Progressive states, Including Ore
gon, have nbandoncd unreguiateu
competition, and to avoid public
I ownership have adopted what may
lie called tho middle course, one of
I regulatod monopoly, whore a special
comiuUalon has power to fix rates
1 and oversee service.
"I slncoroly bellovo this last motli-
I oil Is the best solution of our prob
lem as It Is recognized that competl-
I tion does not Insure lower rates per
manently, and as ono company, prop
erly regulated nnd administered, can
givo lienor ami cneuiiur sorvicu iiiaa
two. It Is n waste of -capital and n
disadvantage to a city to havo two
pets of telephone or electric light
wires and poles encumbering the
Mreetfl when one can bo mndo to
serve the same purpose.
I "Furthermore, moat utilities nro
1 natural monopolies nnd tho highest
elliplency nnd lowest rntes nro only
' possible whon each ono has tho on-
tiro business of a city. Now that tho
stnte public utilities commission tins
I power to rogulato rntes nnd oversea
service tuo 111 onectB 01 monopoly
may be avoided, and at the same time
the beuoflclal results of economy and
efficiency realized, through u policy
"Nearly n year ngo, our council
mndo complaint to tho State Railroad
Commission regarding the rates
charged by our present public utility.
Sliieo thou an expoiiBlvo Investigation
has been undor way, nnd as a hearing
on tho complaint Is to bo hold In tho
Immodlato futuro, I believe hnBty ac
tion Inadvisable, nnd that no new
franchise should bo granted beforo
tho hearing Is held. On this point
tho Hallroad Commission ndvlses,
'Wo would caution against nny action
by tho city which would Increase bur
den of Investment boforo rato earn
ing value ot existing Investment Is
determined by commission.'
"No actlou ot tho city council Is
moro Important than granting fran
chises and In none Is It mora Import
ant that tho city bo well advised. In
tho prcsont enso tho city haa had no
advlco whatever as to tho legal Im
port of tho forms of tho Instrument.
Tho council lias passed, with only a
slight chango, a frnnchleo drawn by
tho attorney for tho grantees, and, It
Is snfo to nssumo, In torms most fn
vprablo to thorn, I bellovo It Is of
tho highest Importnnco to tho futuro
of our city, If tho franchise Is to ho
granted, that compctont legal opin
ion bo obtnlnod as to whether or not
tho terms of tho franchise mako a
fair contract for tho city, or whether
tho contract should bo amended to
moro reasonably protect tho city dur
ing tho coming twenty years."
II. A. MILLER.
Fountain of Energy When President
Wilson Opened the Panama
N tho Avcnuo of Common wenlths nt the rannma-Paclflc International
Exposition, Crowds passing beforo the beautiful New York State
building, which Ib ono of tho tlnoBt of the state buildings at tho huge
Exposition lu San Krunclsco.
(Continued from page 1.)
trlcal frnnohlBu wns iib follo-vt'
April 30th, 1915.
"To th It Ilonnrnblo Rueordur and City
Council or tho City of lloud:
' Agroonhlo to tho provisions con
tained In iho city charter I horowlth
leiurn with my veto frauchlso No.
Ml, lu fnvor of John Sleldl and Thom
as Tweet, co-partners, passed by the
city council at Kb meeting 011 April
"It mav bo snld that thoro nro
throe ways of donllng with tho ques
tion of public service utilities; '(1),
by permitting companion furnUhlng
public utility service to exist In tin
loKulatud competition: (2), by hav
ing tho Mtnto or municipality own and
conduct tho unterprlso; 13), by per
mitting tho companies to do business,
but under strict regulation. ,
"Tho older method and tho first
one mentioned Is competition without
tegulntlou. I'nder this method the
people depend on competition for
protection, both lu rates and service.
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TUB Fountain of Energy whon the water was relcasetl by President
Wilson pressing n button nt Wnshlngton on tho opening day of tho
rnnnma-l'nclllc International Exposition, nt Ban Francisco. This
fountnln Is tho work of A. 'Stirling Colder nnd Is between tho Tower
ot Jewels and tho main cntranco at Scott street.
Seo Edwards for good houoo paint-
I ONE CENT A WORD la all n llttlo
Want Ad will cost you.
Tho mint makes It nnd under tho
terms of tho CONTINENTAL MOltT
(MttH COMI'AXY you cnu sccuro It
.it 0 per cent for nny legal p'urposo on
approvod real estate. Trms ensy,
tell us your wanta and va will co
operate with you.
1'KTTV .'i COMI'AXY
ni:i DpiiIiiiiii llullilliig Dciner, Colo.
IX THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREROX, FOIt CROOK
CITATION TO HEIRS.
In tho mattor of tho Estnto of Jcsso
L. I'oush, deceased.
To Elizabeth A. Polish, Clinton K.
Polish, Olive A. West, Josoph 1J.
Poush, Delia May Davlcs, Eva
Orator and Frank Orator, tho
known holra of Jesse L. Poush, de
ceased, and to nil tho unknown
holrs, If uny, ot Jesco L. poush, de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You and each of you
are hereby cited nnd summoned to
appear on Monday, tho 14th day ot
Juno. 19 ID, at 10 o'clock, a. ni at
tho County Court room In Prlnovllle,
Oregon, nnd then and thero show
cause, If any thoro bo, why an order
for tho sale of nwU of Section 8,
Township 18 S It. 1G E. V. M.,
hhould not bo mndo to S. O. Caldwell
ib Administrator ot said Estate, ns
prayed for In the petition of said
Administrator filed horcin.
Witness tho Honorable Q. Springer
Judge ot tho County Court of tho
Strto of Oregon, for tho Count ot
C 00k, with tho sonl of said Court
ulllxed this 1st day of May, 191C.
Attest: WARREN DROWN
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