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RKND BULLKTINi UUYD, 0K1RKIA, THURSDAY, MAY 00, 1030.
The Bend Bulletin
TUTJ REtfl) HUIiliKTIN '
FRED A WOBLFLKN Editor
ROUBRT V. SAWYER, Manager
An independent nowspapor standing
(or the BQuhro doal, clean business,
clean politics and tho best Interests
ot Bond and Central Oregon.
One year .i...r.....2.00
TIURSDAY,,MAY 20, 1920.
UPTON FORFEITS SUPPORT
From tho timo when Jay JJpton
first announced his candidacy (or tho
republican nomination for tlw scno
torshlp from this district Tho Rullo
tlri has looked with soma fnvpr oa
k his destre to go to Salem, air! hart
stated to him nnd to (riends of hlr
thatFit sxpcctrd to support him.
nTfee chance, which Boomed to us to
.ho a good one. that this section
.would havo a ropresentntivo in the
state senate as well as two in tho
hou(jon;was well worth taking ad
vantage of and Mr. Upton seemed to
bo well fitted for the position.
Recently, however, evidence has
'been turning up to indicate that our
feeling was not Justified and our
conclttaidn Is that the voters of this
.section,, and especially of Ho nil, will
'wake a mistake if they vote for ilr.
Upton on Friday., Tho evidence In
found in! tho latest edition of tho
Redmond Spokesman and in a cam
paign circular issued by Mr. Upton.
According to the Spokesman Mr.
.Upton is urging as a reason why he
ihonld be elected the argument that
his is being opposed by tho Uond
Commercial club and -the "interests
tlwt would get a fifty" year lease on
tho bOM, Testers south of Bend."
'Presumably this sort ot argument
is presented In Redmond because ot
Jtke iBBU-'DQiid feeling that exists
there,, .Sinpe it is not a fact that tho
Bend commercial ciuu is opposing
Mr. Upfon. however, he can Mrdl,
" expect Bend men who know this nl
' legation to bo untrue to continuo
in his support. So far as the reference-to
"Interests" is concerned the
public is entitled to further (nets
before it can be expected to put any
"faith in such vague charges. Since
-we do not believe further facts arc.
i available we must take this sort of
thing as a demogogic attempt to
I cal)h votes and we do not like dem
t goglc melheods.
i.In bU circular Mr. Upton ni?kes
further' demagogic appeal by askiiiR
"Arpjlk fariaurs awake to the dan'
gerj ,pfi the- Power Companies on
trol fit water? and then names the
Commercial club did everything that
InHft could do To ohYftfii tho'Woloi:!-'
cnl examination fcr tho benefit of
tho project Thin Indicates nnythtiw
but a desire t.o destroy tho Irrigation
npUocCtollhe.'hehotU bt the power
company. It Is further known that
tho Bond Waicr.Ltght &' Powt'i" eom-
nanv. after making plans for h'
power development on tho DoschutcH
abandoned its' plans bca,uiji they
would interfbro with .irrigation de
velopment nnd transferred lt3,op.oM
ationsto tho Tumnlo whero ,tt ift
oven 'moro strictly rcgulntud by th
state than lt.wpuld bo on tho Ben
chutes. Those charges from Mr. Upton arc
so completely at' vnrlanco with tho
fads and so unfair to Bend, Bend
people and Bend interests thntliO
has forfeited nny right to support
Bend, IVater Light & Power Co. af
one, o(f, tba power companies opposed
. to jhjs candidacy. Now as tar hh
Centra Oregoa is concerned Its iril
,jratlpB,r)futHre lies in the devclop
'iHea.t of tho. Bcnham Falls project.
,t.Mr, Upton wants to urrny tho far
Mere against the power companies
he ,rau.st sho.w that the power :om
panlea.are planning things that will
$oean tho, cad of the Benham Falls
project, . Here Is both tho oppor
tunity and the duty to bo specific
butthe fact is he cannot be specific
on this subject.
, Indeed,, nyone who knows th
'history pt,: the activity concerning
this project in tho past year knows
that.T. B. Foley, manager of tho
Benp "WaterLlght & Power Co., Ip
The Bulletin offers to tho repub
lican voters of this vicinity tho fol
towing recommendations concerning
tho various candidates to be voted on
at tho party primary on Friday.
For tho presidency wo bollovo
Leonard "Wood to bo tho best fitted
nnd most logical candidate. His
chief opponent is Hiram Johnson
whoso present position is due to his
denial of tho responsibilities of
America In world affairs. W can
not believe that he represents the
fooling of tho peoplo ot Oregon to
ward our national and international
duties. Wood should have our
Two years ago wo fought Stan
field for the senate. This year mc
prefer him to an unknown.
There Is no reason whX "Nick"
Slnnott should be supplanted in the
houso of representatives. The-e., Is
every reason why he should no 'be.
Certain things about H. II. Corey
wo dislike but we think 1t bctto. to
keep him on tho public scrvica com
mission than to try a new man. ,
In a field when! Wore is little
choice we prefor Sam Koror for sec
retary ot state, as recently indicated,
because he is on tho Job and has
shown .his capability. aV
For the' stato legislative positions
our choice has also boon indicated.
Overturt and Burdick should hd
the unanimous vote of this section
for the house. For tho senate, for
A ROAD Duqi,aioS'
It tho decision handed (low.it ill
tho Douglas county circuit court
this )veek, .limiting tho right of the
stnto; highway commission to tfalccl
now routes for stato hlRhwnyt iln
dor Uio net ot 1917. Is affirmed on
Bppedl to tho Hupnnno court, it will
huVoUi far-reaching of feet on high
way Construction In tho stato,, Tho
caso inroHc, according to nowspa
por reports, over tho plan ot tho
commission to locate a noctlon , ot
tho Pacific highway in Douglas
couutV on a cut-off lluo that would
havo I several mtloa over tho lino
designated by tho legislature. It
yoihi also havo tho effect of loav
lug d,ff tho highway tho town ot
Rldjlle. on tho lluo as originally laid
out. Tho commission has now been
enjoined from building this cuti
off .the court holding that, though
tho commission has power to mnko
local changes to eliminate grades
and curves, nn ontlro route cannot
One ot tho bugaboos ot load ?u
thuslnstB In this Boctlon has boon
a tear lost tho commission, acting
under ItH authority to udopt uihor
routes than thoso named In tho act.
would build roads that would tako
the placo of some provided for In
tho law. Tho Douglas county de
cision, of course, bus no effect on
tho selection ot additional roads,
but It does mean that designated
rnmlit euunot bo abandoned, Tho
road from Sisters to .Redmond, for
example, is not provided for In tho
original highway law, hut tho com
mission has properly added It to Its
nrocram. Having dono so. it tho
commission then announced tha.t
tho road from Sisters to Bend
would not bo built. It would bo do
ing what tho court rullifg says, it
canned do. ,
Decisions Interpreting tho high1
way law and dotlnlng moro exactly
tho powurs of. tho commission nro to
bU not without ( hojipr. .Thn. in
what l,iomrd .Wooii, tin )n j-nu.h-llcnn
candidate, would ,(itiul, (or
and lio should roceii; our .ndo,i's"
tho reasons gtvon yesterday, w be
lieve tha't Wiley should be prefcrreJ
J. H. Haner .should bo kept in the
office ot county clerk. He Is eff
cient, painstaking, competent. His
opponent Is also nT good clllr.cn of
tho community but not aswell qual
ified for tbe'offlce as Haner and has
offered f, no good reason why ho
should havo 1'irisYcad of Haner
Opposition to Haner has not been
based on any fact relating to- tho
conduct of his office but has boon
solely tho result of propaganda for
the' benefit of tho opposing candi
date. Haner should be nominated.
As between L. L. Fox and Iho
present treasurer we prefer Fox.
His personal training and-business
success, built' 'on his own Industry
and ability, ard Ruarantecs i effi
cient and economical conduct of tha
office. We urge his nomination.
We see no reason for displailns
Superintendent of Schools Thump
son and believe he should bo' nomi
nated. 'J ' ,
Among tho candidates for the
district attorneyship "and tho county
commlsslonership we make no rec-
Jifff position, as president of the -Bend ommendatlon.
WOOD OR JOHNSON
Herbert Hoover's withdrawal
(rom the OrcRon republlc'ah,'prlniary
leaves tho contest for tho stato In
dorsement between Leonard Wood
and Hiram Johnson. Polndoxter
has withdrawn, hut his name will
appear on tho ballots whero tho
printing has gono so far before his
announcement that a change would
havo been fnado ut a loss. Nomi
nally, Lowden is still in tho race,
and 'Hoover's naino will bo on tho
ballot, but the real contest will bo
between Wood and Johnson.
Slnco tho basis of Johnaomt can
didacy is opposition to tho League
ot Nations' covenaut, and ualnco
Hoover has withdrawn in order that
thero may bo a united effort in hot
half ot delegates who favor tho
league, tho Issuo is clear. Wood
favors tho league; Johnson dooH
not. Instead of tboro being ft con
test between tho two mon, tho Issuo
Is on this ono great question.
Evon if this wero not so Wood
would continuo to bo our favorito
candidate With tho lsntio as aUti
ed thero Is all tho moro reason to
support him. Our national honor,
our position in the affairs of the
world, demand our participation
with our fellow nations in tho 'ad
ministration ot world affairs. This
was accepted as a fact when we
went Into the war against Germany.
Johnson would now havo us draw
back into our shell ot protended isolation.
Oregon, wo beH$V0 is for peace
Today, while officers of Tho Shbv
lln-Hlxon Company nro visiting her1),
It soems a fitting time to express on
hohnlt ot tho community Us appre
ciation of tho company's man)'1 gifts
for the bonotlt of tho ctly and the
county, gifts that havo boon In ad
dition to ' tho nlturu It has nlwityi
taken In local drives nnd subscrip
Thu first ln.ipor.UiU gift was lnudu
to the county uml covered tho site,
ot tho (lull hatchdry ' on TumulJ
creek. By It tho county gained pos
session of n beautiful spot and tho
statu was enabled to begin n work
of fish propagation that will moan
u continuance ot good angling In
Another mora rocont gift In tho
snmo vicinity Is thu ndcossary tim
ber with which u build n bridge
over tho Tumalo connecting Iho
hatchery site with tho new mm hut
road. Gravel form tho company
property uoarby Is also being gglvcn
iur KuriucuiK iiiih roan. a
The grontcHt gift the city Iium
over had was unnouueed by tin com
pany last fall when it lot It ha known
that It Intended to donate to thu
city us n memorial to Thomni I,.
Shovlln tho Tumnlo canyon above
tho hntchory site, Including not only
property It then ownud but otliur
tracts that It Intended to purchase.
Tho purchase tins since boon com
pleted at a cost ot ovor 812,000
making a park alto of nu&unl
beauty and value to tho comimiulty.
At, tho time tho park gift was nn
.uquueed It was also stated that tim
ber around Dillon Falls and on tho
highway south of Bond would bo
preserved, gifts for tho puhtlr good
whoso value will bo only fully real
ized in tho years to come.
Tho Bulletin speaks for Bond in
expressing appreciation- for IhotJo
many generous donations'. 1
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Fifteen Years; Agq
(KrojuituJ coIuViiih a? Tho lh(iio4
Uf of May 10, 1005).
In about u month Hand will have
n complete water plnnt, Including
tiro protection, lit full operation.
A coiinldernbtu area of thu CoHim
bin Houthorn Irrlgntlttlt 0oinp,my'
segregation will produi'o prbni h
yqur whom only wage brush tittd Jack
rnbbllH havo thriven hurbtotor.u.
Tho Bend railroad Munition
midniH to have arrived ut u Mnu
whero two or (hrno coiripithles are
watch I tig each other, each ready to
spring when It detects signs of real
activity on th' part ot thoolher,
mid v trying td conceal Tin do
signs from tho others,'
W. T. Hulslng, wIio'Ih out fioui
Minnesota looking over the weu, Is
vTsltlng his brother Dan.
County ffa,lrH,. Aetloniyiotiomy, tfi
floloncy, At your hurvloii iilwayul-
j J l IW-W?,.
I til(fi ,hl inuaiiti of nniioimcliig
nircanduhtoy fm thu nouilimtloii for
tho office of County Clerk on tho
llopubllcan Tlnltet, subject . to thu
Primary election May 21. 10130.
t havh been n resident of Bend (or
tho past 13 yonrfl,.iui() uiu fully ac
quainted with condition!! (ixlktltig In
Tho Oregon Trunk ivjonin
onjoytng a spring clcan-up
with tho city. Good fvr both inl
road .and olty officials.
Carranca would undoubtedly Ilkn
to bo friends with us now.
Wo horoby niiuonncn tho cuiidldncy
of John Marsh, of Tumnlo for the
office of County Commissioner of
Deschutes County on the Republican
tfekot subject to thu primaries In
TUMALO DEVELOPMENT LEAOL'B
FOR KTATi: ItKPUKHKNTATIVK
I hereby announco myself n can
didate for re-election to tho office
of state reiiresoiitntlvo. subject to
tho approvul ot tho republican vot
ers In Crook. Jefferson, tirniit,
Itko, Klamath and Deschutes couiw
ties. If renominated and elected
to fill 'ono of tho two places (or
my fourth session, 1 will continuo to
servo each of. tho counties of the
district to tho host ot my ability.
DENTON O. BUItDICIC,
Adw. Hlftto Representative.
,J hereby nnuouuco my candidacy
for the nomination of County Com
mlsalonor ot 'Deschutes county an
tho DemocrAtlo Tlckot, subject to
tho voters at the Primary Election,
J, D, lliivldteit.
this county, it elected ,1 promise to
give my full time to thu conduct ot
the business of tho office.
Adv. J, D. DAVIDSON.
The Pnretn-Teachurs association
of to Terrebonne district announce
tho name of Mrs. tlortrudu Whltohi
ns it candidate for (he republican
nomination for thu position of
County tluhool Superintendent. In
doing this, wu feet that wo nro work jL
Ing for the het tntervst of tho puh
lie schools of Deschutun county. Ef
ficiency Is our slogan. ,
8-1 t-ji Association.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho nomination to the office of
County Clerk of Deschutes County,
on the Republican ticket at the Prl
mnrleH on May 21, 1020, My candi
dacy for nomination In tho offlco I
ifBik .4 Hdili,in(tfll It itttk t fl ' aai . . i
Am wf(iuiuroiii WW,,.-. " i now uoiu is iiiiMeu upon pBhl ein
vo apd economic .ndmlnlstratlon lscleut handling of tho records of tho
my irlotto." . I county, courteous treatment i.nd
M. W. KNICKERBOCKER.! thorough knowledgo o( tho duties
of the offlco,
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho nomination to tho office of
County Jndgo ot Deschutes County
oir the. Democratic Ticket, subject to
tho primary election, May 21,1920.
i If, sleeted, I will promise a pro'-
gresslvn -business administration oU
J. II. HANER.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for tho otllcn of county cominlMloner
of, Deschutes County on tho Repub
lican tlckot. subject to tho will ot
tint voters ut tho May primaries.
JUST A FEW
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Are You Getting The News ?
The next issue of The First National Bank News will
be the POTATO GROWERS SPECIAL. It will
'contain articles on all phases of potato culture by
prominent local growers and agricultural experts. If
y'ou grow potatoes this year you cannqt afford to miss
tnis issue. Call or write the Bank for your copy if you
don't receive it regularly.
It also contains the announcement of The First National Bank ,
' ,. ... PotntQiYjpld Contest.
lf'HRST-.NATIONAL BANK of BEND
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Spring Criats, $22.5;J)20(
Iteduced from $7.5 to "105.00,
mixtures; long and
short niodelsj' some
silk-lined, all of them
truly wonderful val
ues at these low
' . . A HcBl'Saving-
and other good
makes; khaki, blue den
im, with red trimmings,
blue and, hTttrstriped,
Steif el 'doth ; made just
like daddy's; sizes 2 to
Children's Hose 48c-78c
,75e U'$1.00 Values
Sires Ci to. 10r hlack, whlto
and hrown; host quality mor
cnrlzod cotton Hosoj ovory
pair Kuarnntocd to givo satis
faction and absolutely fast
Ladies' Silk Hose $1.68
Puro silk thread Hoho, with
reinforced liunl and too; wldo
llslo Km'to'r o;i; hlticlc, whlto,
hrown, f?rey and flohj mouso;
sizes' 8'i t 10. I'rlcod ut
less (lion prosou't t hplosalo
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Ladies' Suits, 23.50 to $49,50
! Were $20.50 to $02.50
models for general 0v
use or sports weav; W
) tweeds, fancy mix- MjU
tures, jerseys", serge, MW
tricotine; plain and & Wp
fancy silk linings. mltu
Some 'people wonder W -fl
hoy we can' offer Mr'
such values at these Bw
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