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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1910
A Sacrifice -
We have about Fifty Ladies' Suits on hand and cannot quote prices on all of them.
Here are a few of the many bargains we offer.
Misses' Suit, size 13, regular $12.50 for $ 1.00
15, 44 12.00 44 2.00
14, 44 14.00 44 2.50
13, 44 16.00 44 11.00-Red Serge
Childs' Suit, 44 8, 44 7.00 44 2.00
Little Ladies' Suit, grey Panama, regular $16.50 for $5.00
Ladies' Suit, red Broadcloth, regular $18.00 for $5.00
blue Panama 44
blue storm Serge, Persian trim 44
Grey Henrietta, size 36,
SQcfor Men's Regular $1.50 Khaki Pants, as long as they last. We haye a few Pair Left 30c
Men9 4" Jtiits at a 'Bargain
$25.00 Suits for - - $18.00 to $20.00 $18.50 Suits for - - $14.50 to $16.50
22.50 " " - - 16.00 " 17.50 16.50 " " - - 10.00 " 12.50
I 1 MORLAN & JLATHRQFH . 1
The Brotherhood of Owl Is the
moot progressive fraternity on earth.
It offiTH nu'intHTHhlp to all white
men of good moral character. Its
rituals deal only with the humanities
lu which all white men agree. It
tew hen Charity, Love and Mutual
Aid. It teaches progress In the qual
ities that make men letter husbands,
In-tter father, lietter brothers and
better citizens. The coming years
will hc more men marshaled for hu
man fellowship than the combined
armies of today can muster for force
The Brotherhood of Owls Is benefi
cial, social and fraternal. Full In
formation ciin be bad by addressing
the state organizer, M. P. MacKneh
eron, or his deputy, .1. W. Howard,
Mood Hlver, Oregon.
Milk Impurity Remedied
We are Informed that the condition
of the dairy which was supplying
milk for city use to which lr. White
objected was remedied while he was
here and that he afterward pro
nounced the milk wholesome and
pure. I'r. White, It Is said, found no
fault with the milk, but objected to
the way It was ttclng handled and
tMMleved the Impurity found In the
sample that was examined was due
to this cause.
New County Map
A.T.Allen has secured the exclus
ive rights to the comprehensive mul
tlcolored map of Hood Hlver county
which will soon be Issued by the Na
tlonal Map Company of Portland,
and will bundle It In the county.
The map gives all the roads, water
course's, contours, elevations, and a
great deal of other useful data of the
valley. In size It will be 2,rx30 Inches
Suit Under Advisement
Testimony In the water bond suit
was heard lefore I'nlted States
Judge Kobt. Bean Friday. Judge
Derby and Jesse P. Stearns appeared
In behalf of the city and Jayne &
Watson and Snow & McCammant
for the complainant. As yet no de
cision has leen rendered, the case
still lielng under ndvlsment.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Con
gregational church will serve hot
lunches during the fruit fair, Nov. 2."
and 2f, Friday and Saturday, in the
basement of the Hood Klver Banking
& Trust Co. building.
ALONG about the middle of Decem
ber or the first of January applet
cost quite a bit more than they da
now. The price keeps going up from
then on. Sometimes it is a difficult matter
to obtain good apples in the early spring at
any price. To be sure of a supply all win
ter it is a first-rate plan to lay in as many
boxes as you will want, now. Put them in
cold storage with us. You may send for a
box as often as you wish. Our cost for
storage for small quantities for the season is
only 2S cents a box. We make lower
rates for large quantities. The cost of
storage is a great deal cheaper than paying
the high winter prices. Then too, you are
sure of getting your applet when you want
them. We are prepared to handle any
number of boxet.
Independent Coal & Ice Co.
PORTLAND :: :: :: OREGON
DONATES LOT FOR
The American Woman's league
met In their rooms lu Bartmess build
ing Nov. 2nd, which proved to be a
red letter day for a surprise was
sprung during the session by Mrs.
taltoy Armstrong, who offered to
donate a lot for the chapter house.
This offer was greeted with great
applause and every leaguer has been
made extremely happy by such a
magnanimous gift, 1(M feet by 50.
Now, every leaguer wants to do
their !est to help secure the memlcr-
shlp requirement Immediately. We
want our chapter house and have
enough to qualify now, but we want
one In keeping with the other build
ings In Hood Klver. The more mem
bers the letter building. Who will
join and help us? Our next regular
meeting, Wednesday, Nov. ltith In
the rooms in the Bnrtmess building.
Anyone desiring to meet with us will
Iss welcome. Come and hear of our
classed and of the great leneflt of
memtersh1p. Literature can be had
from Mrs. J. W. Hlgby which will
explain how to secure membership.
It offers great advantage to young
men who desire to take up nnv
course of study.
The league will serve meals during
the fruit fair, on Cascade avenue, for
the purpose of meeting any necessary
expense to beautify the lot. Your
patronage Is solicited. Pukmiuknt.
Death of W illiam Campbell
William Jackson Campltell, a for
mer resident of Hood Ittvei', died at
his home In Portland Thursday, Nov,
Ird, after an Illness of about 10 days.
Mr. CampU'll was born In Mahaska
county, Iowa, July 2.", KVi. In lws
he came to Hood Hlver where he
lived for six years and was one of
the llrst, strawberry and apple grow-
rs In the valley. For the past seven
years Mr. CampU'll has Ieen living
In Portland, where he worked at his
business as a carpenter and builder
and owned property. He Is survived
by his mother, wife, two daughters,
two sons and two brothers, one of
the latter Is'lng SanHI. CampU'll of
The body of Mr. Camplcll was
brought to Hood HIvt Saturday,
where funeral services were held.con-
lueted by Hev. F. 10. Harris of the
ongregatlonal church. Burial wns
in Idlewlld cemetery.
Kochc Harbor lime best, made, nt
A good story is related of an Eng
Ush theatrical manager who by thrift
and hard work bad amassed a fortune.
Previous to the production of one play
the stage carpenters had to repair a
trap, and the head carpenter went to
the manager and Informed him that It
could not be done In the dark.
"Well, lad, thee won't have t' gas,"
answered the manager. "Here, tak'
this and buy a candle."
And be handed him a halfpenny.
The carpenter pleaded that they
wanted two In order to get sufficient
"How long wlU f Job tak' theer
asked the manager.
"About ten minutes," was the reply.
"Then cut f candle In two," was the
answer. "Thee won't have any more
It Is Impossible to aay just when
physiognomy began to be a "science."
It Is said that the celebrated Pythag
oras founded the science about B. C
640. It Is spoken of by Hippocrates
about B. C. 450, but he does not at
tempt to go Into the discussion of lu
origin. The first systematic treatise
on the subject that has come down to
us Is that attributed to Aristotle.
Throughout the sixteenth and seven
teenth centuries there were many pub
lications on physiognomy. Exchange.
The Nautica! Idiom.
In "Ollmpses of East Africa" Mrs.
Ethel Younghusband tella an amusing
story of a venerable Parsee who was
on board a big liner going to England.
Some one wishing to make himself
agreeable went up to hi in and said,
"I hope, sir, you are a good sailor."
"Sailor, Indeed:" said the Parsee.
"Why, I am a first class passenger!"
A Rod In Pickle.
Mrs. Goodsole Why, Johnny, are
you Just going home now? Your moth
er's been looking for you all afternoon.
Johnny Yes'm. I know. Mrs. Good
sole Just think how worried she must
be! Johnny Oh, she's near the end
y her worrying. I'm Jest beginning
NEW ROCK CRUSHER
FOR STREET WORK
W. (i Aldred, the contractor, this
week bought a large rock crusher
which he will use In crushing rock
for the city streets and other work
where the material Is necessary. The
crusher has a capacity of .10 to -10
tons an hour and will be placed near
the one now in use east of town.
The big machlue weighs several tons
and Is what Is known as a jaw
crusher. It will crush rocks 12xli
Inches In diameter and Is expected to
handle a lurge quantity of stone.
Real Estate Bulletin
SACRIFICE ON ACCOUNT OF HEALTH
10 ACRES on East Side, 5
miles out, near school, rail
way station and store. 6
acres full bearing:, 2 acres
4 years old, 1 acre home
grounds and I acre ready for
plow. Buildings, tools, etc.
2500 Boxes of Apples This Year
For quick action
$ 1 2000
G. Y. EDWARDS & CO.
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"How do you know she's older than
"Why. she admitted It herself. She
aid 'You and I are just the tame ajre,
dearie.' " Cleveland Leader.
Among men some have virtue corn
ers led by wealth and soma their rlcaa
by poverty. Thepinls.
Oregon, the Last Call of the West
Br Walter V. Worhlk
Beautifully Illustrated In four col
ors, In Novemlier Sunset Magazine.
Now on sale at all news stands 1.1
For Ten-Acre Improved Orchard Tracts
W. G. E. SMITH