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QUAW GREEK COMPANY
WANTS TO RAISE RATES
Applies to Public Son Ice Conunlhulim
For I'crntlsMnn (c Clint-go Wc
Per A no For Water.
AccoptitiK without question tlio
Jurisdiction of the State Public Scrv-
Ico Commission over It, tho Squnw
Cicck Irrigation Co. has rccntly
filed with tho' commission :i petition ,
ruklng permission to rnl3o Its c.inrKcs
or Irrigation water from 3j to 00
cento per acio foot.
Tho company's petition ns fllcil
with tho commission In r.n follovs
Tho application of ti'.e nbovo named
Su,upvv Creek Inlgi.tlon Company re
1. Thr.t It Ih a corporation organ
ized and existing hy virtue of the
lr.wc of tho Stato of Oiegon.
2. That Hh pilnclpal place of
bUBlmc; Iz In I'rinovllle, Oregon, nrd
it 1b n public utility cngnred In tho
ownership, management, op1 n. Ion
r.nd cortrol of a njsteni of canals for
delivering and furnishing water for
Irrigation, and that tin bucIi publ'c
utility it 18 subject to tho provisions
of Chapter 279 or t:io (Jcn-rui .i.nws
of Oregon for tin' )ear 1911.
3. Thnl under the piovl'lons of
Rcctlor 77 of B",'d Chapter 279 of
tho General I.nv.s of Oregon for tho
year 1911, It Is unlawful for any pub
lic utility within Oicnon to ccniund,
tolled or receive a grcrior coinpen
atlon for any service than the chargo
fixed on the lowest schedule of rates
for the name service on the first dry
of January, 1911.
4. That on tho 13th day of
March, 191(1. It had In of fuel tho fol
lowing rates, tolls and chnrges, to
wit: 3!ic per nrro foct for water for
Irrigation; thr.t no tariff r.'.to or
charge has been fixed by tho commls-
(.Ion. Applicant not nvwiro that 1'h
business camo under the Public .Scrv
fi, Applicant desire to ndvanco
laid rates as follows: Sixty cents per
acre foot for purposes of Irrigation.
(1. That It appllus to thin cotnuils
hIoii for periniHHlnn to Increase tho
rates ret out In paragraph four here
of, for tho rins'jn that tho business
In being carried on at a loss at tho
Wherefore, said Squaw Crrol lrrl
(ration Company, prays that alter duo
healing and Investigation snld Com
mission mnke an older granting tlio
application herein and establishing
tho said proposed rnte or such rates
us It may find to bu just and reason
able In tho pinmlues.
Dated at Prlneville, Oiegon, this
19th day of Augunt, 1910.
8iiav Creek Irrlg'.tlnn Co.
Ily i:. T. STAYTON, Sec.
M. It. IJLLIOTT,
Attorney for rppllrant,
Man Plckford as she appears in
The Kternal Orlnd at The llend next
Sunday and Monday.
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At the Movies j
v llmiiu Thealer.
"The nixclple," written by S liar
rutt MrCormlek and Thomas II. luce
vlll bo presented au one of the big
features of the Triangle program at
the Dream theater tonight and
Thurxdii). This In not only roiunik
Hble as a play, but also an putting
forth the favorite star, William H.
Hurt, for tho II nu time In the Tri
A western plot Hint holds the Inter
est of the spectators tensely from
the beginning to (he close ohiuacter
lies this storj A frontier missionary
(William S Hart) after conquering
at the point of a revolver the hostllltv
of the cow punchers to religion and
building tiltt church, "splits with
dod" hecutlfo his wife elopes with
"Doc" Hardy, nx-physlclan mid the
vllluge saloon keeper. With his lit
tie daughter he goes to the, mount-'
hIiik and takes up new life.
Hut the child falls III of mountanln
fever. Just at this time Hardy II nils
It necoHHur) to return to the village
Mary returns with him, and In n vio
lent storm comes to her husbund'H
(ubln. HouHton takes her In for the
child's sake. Ho goes for Hardy as
the only phvBltiun who can save the
child. The child's life Is saved
Mury, forced to make her choice be
tween the missionary and Hardy
volntH toward the child and goes to
Two-reel of Ko) stone comedy will
Ml ho be shown tonight and Thursday.
On Friday evening another of the
"Iron Claw" series will bu shown
with three good comedies.
"Life's Mind Alley" U reported to
bo a strong play with n gripping plot
will be shown Saturday evening
I'ow of (ho so-called war dramas
of the present day posses as wide au
appeal us ' A Soldier's Outh," n Wil
liam 1'ox production In which Wil
liam Farnum It starred. This re
markable photoplay, which has been
invested with uniisunl realism uud In
which reul French and Herman sold
iers were used, was written by Duti
ful ltoohcvelt and drlected by Ocar
O. Apfel "A Soldier's Oath," graph
ically deptctH the horrors of war, but
it surpaaseos other war drama In
that the continuity of the story has
not been marred by it too liberal
use of long, tiresome battle scenes.
This play will bo presented Sunday
automobile absolutely alone belongs
to Anita King, tho Pai amount girl,
who will be seen at tho Hcnd on To
night and Thursday In "The Hace,
supporting Victor Moore, tho funious
comedian This in a thrilling photo
drama founded upon Miss King's re
cent transcontinental automobile
Anita King decided to attempt this
trip during her vacation last summer
Starting from I.os Angeles, sho clip
ped five minutes from the olghtcen
hoitr nutomobllo record between that
city and San Francis. Leaving
San Francisco alio stortcd on her long
transcontinental tour, absolutely
alone. It took her forty-nlno days
to complete tho trip twenty-nine of
these dii) 8 It ralnod continuously Sho
finally arrived In New York city ntm
was welcomed by Mayor Mitchell of
Tho nternal Clrlnd Is a true Pick
ford subject, full of uuatnt humor
and genuine lilta or pathos. Lire for
little Mury In tho factory Is an
eternal grind. Injustice, finally
arouses the llttlo factory inn Id to ac
tion. Thero follow a number of drn-
matic situations, and the outcome Is
belter conditions for her co-workers
and hnpplness for sweet Miss Mary.
Victor Moore, one of tho h'gh
lights orHcreen comedy, will bo scon
in "Snobs," a four-reel comedy, at
Tho Hcnd, I'rldny and Saturday with
Tho Girl and Tho Game.
While In Portland last week, Mr.
Catlow of Tho Hcnd theater, viewed
ho mo eight or ten serial pictures and
ho promises plcturo fans something
entirely new In serials. It was his
aim to get away from the grewBome,
uncanny material which has enteicd
so many pictures of this class, he as
sures us the new serial Is a winner,
both for children and grownups.
The farce-comedy, Tllllo'a Punc
tured Homuiico," slurring Mnrlu
Dressier and Chat ley Chaplin Is
booked for a showing at The llend,
October 3d and 4th.
Mnrgueiite Chirk In Molly Maku
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BRICK THAT IS MADE IN BEND
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All who have used our product are satisfied.
The Bend Brick & Lumber Co.
Anita King, who mado tho auto
trip from Los Angeles to New- Yoik
Ilellevc will be screened nt Tho llend
very soon. Theatergoers will also
have an opportunity to seo "Tho
Kternal City." by Hall Calnc, some
tlniu In Octobor. '
MUSIC CIjASSHS to iikgin.
Jlrs. Hernlco Hulley-Forrest an
nounces thnt her classes In music
will start on September 12.-Adv 2Gtf
He Wan Woirlcd mid Ilopelcs.
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The origin of the word "farm" Is as
follows: In tho Saxons' time tho es
tatei which the lords of manors grant
ed to tbe rrcemen were at first but for
a term of years, with n render of a
rent, which In thore days was of corn
and other products. The leases so
made were called formes or fnrmes,
but times ensuing turned tho produce
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SUCCESSORS TO WENANDY LIVERY CO.
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j. 11. couiiKTT, Aiwut iu:xn, oiu:ox.
in YOUR KITCHEN. COOK WITH
Bend now has tbe Lowest Electric Cooking Rate in.
Cooking and Heating Meter Rates
First 100 K. W. H. in Any Month 8c per K. W. H-
Next 100 K. W. H. in Any Month.. 2c per K. W. H.
All Over 200 K. W. H. in Arty Month, lc per K. W, H.
Eflective, April 1st, 1910.
WE HAVE ELECTRIC RANGES from $40 up which
, , - we sell on easy terms.
BEND WATER UGHT & POWER CO;