THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913 New Colonial Dr ap eries Ready for the Spring House Cleaning. Priced 10c to $1.00 per yard New Duttenhoffer Shoes For Ladies' Easter Wear. See Them! We fit each pair with intelligence mm F! ANDECEE KINCAID A CO. CLOTHES. La Vogue Suits and Cloaks $10 to $20 Spring Dress Fabrics The Season's Latest Broadwalk Shoes for growing Children A Complete Line McKibbin Hats None Better Hade Priced $3.00 "Butter icK. Patterns FRANK A. CRAM Hole-Proof Hose-6 Mo. WUf BXANDECU KINCAID A C " ClTbTHES. LOCALSandPERSONALS Lime and Sulphur Spray. Kelly Bros. Hood River Spray Mfg. Co., Phone 5622. 9tfc Buy your coal of Taft Transfer Com pany. "tfc H. P. Langille of Portland was a visitor In town over Sunday. Woman wants house cleaning and washing. Phone 3644. Mrs. Shaw. For Rent Three furnished light housekeeping rooms. Phone 2653. tf George James, wife and little son of Husum are spending a few weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gleason enter tained Guy C. Shepard of Chicago over the week end. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs V. T. King, who live at Seventh and Pine streets, died Monday. Miss Bessie N. Sparks of Parkdale has returned from a visit with friends at Forest Grove and Hillsbora. Alfred Boorman and wife of Port land, former residents here, are spend ing a couple of weeks in the city. "Where will you spend' eternity? This Is one of the questions to be considered In the sermon next Sun day at the Unitarian Church. Mrs. E. J. Cowlishaw of Portland was here last week looking over her property interests in the Upper Val ley, where she owns 160 acres. Paul Nelden and wife of Parkdale were In town last week to meet her sister. Miss Francesa E. Evans, of Salt Lake City, who will spend the summer with them. James Reynolds of Silver Lake, Al berta, came last week to vi;-it his niece. Miss Jessie Reynolds, and she accompanied him Monday to Forest Jrove to visit her father. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Coolidge and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cox arrived last week from Chicago to make their fu ture home on the property which they bought last year at Odell. A. B. Sacre, who has been princi cipal of the well-known Hawthorne S( hool at Pendleton, arrived here last week with his family and will sp-tid the summer at Van Horn for the benefit of his health. Extra Special. On Friday and Sat urday, March, 14 and 15, we will have our second showing of spring hats, which have come In since our opening and which we have trimmed especial ly for this showing. Everyone cord ially invited to attend. Gibson Sis ters. Can deliver coal or wood promptly. Taft Transfer Company. "tfc Lime and Spray Kelly Bros., phone 227-M. For Sale or Rent A piano. Phone 2193. 6tfc O. J. Nelson submitted to an opera tion at the hospital Monday morning. Public stenographic work done. Room 2, Hall Bldg. Phone 3291. 6tfc Mrs. Harriet Marden of The Dalles Was here last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Hanson. Mrs. L. E. Clark and daughter Flora spent the last of the week in Port land. Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Ravlin of Port land spent the week end on their place here. For Sale Full-blooded Brown Leg horn eggs, 75 cents a setting, $4.00 per hundred. G. H. Robbins, Phone 5906. 11 13c O. Oma Jurva. a well-known phys ician of Portland, was here last week with a view to establishing a sanitar ium here. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. King, who have been spending the winter in Portland, arrived the first of the week for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. O. M.Timlin of Boston are guests at the Mt. Hood Hotel and are looking over the valley with a view to locating here. Ray Evans, who is employed at the Hydro Company's power plant, is suf fering from an injured knee sustained while he was lifting some heavy ma chinery. E. A. Smalley of Astoria has taken the position of chief clerk at the Mt. Hood Hotel. He takes the place of Oscar Berries who leaves in a few days for Walla Walla. Mrs. P. M. Morse entertained very pleasantly last week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Cards were played Wednesday, Mrs. Charles Cast ner winning first prize and Mrs. A. L. Page the consolation prize. Mrs. Mary Woolhart narrowly es caped serious injury last week when a horse which she was driving into town ran away on Xinth street by the I'ark street school. The animal plung ed and kicked all the way to State street when It ran the rig into a tree and was stopped. Extra Special. On Friday and Sat urday, March, 14 and 15, we will have our Becond showing of spring hats, which have come in since our opening and which we have trimmed especial ly for this showing. Everyone cord ially Invited to attend. Gibson Sis X 1 I "sure with Reerj & HeiUtall, IllC. 1 Fire, Accident, Life, Automobile, Plate Glass, Burglary, Employer's Liability, including FARMERS and ORCMARDISTS. Also Judicial, Official and Indemnify Bonds X Resident Agent for: U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co. Northern Assurance Co.. of London Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of New York Pelican Assurance Co. of New York X Heal Estate Loans Investments Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shepard spent Friday In Portland. L. A. Reed spent last week in Salem, where he was engaged on a ca.-ia. Mrs. Alice Osborne returned last week from an extended trip in the Mid dle West and Southern California. Frank Hutson left Friday to spend some time on his homestead at Tilla mook. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Crow, who live at Tucker's Bridge, Is seriously ill Miss Edith Woodcock of Portland was the guest of her fraternity sister, Mrs. L. A. Henerson, last week. Miss Ethel Vanderlin of Pittsburg, Pa., arrivel Saturday to make an in definite visit with Miss Molly Pifer. True-to-Xame Xursery has opened an office In town on corner opposite from Oregon Hotel and samples of trees can be seen in tree yard adjoin ing office. Mr. Galligan will be at the office Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Under the auspices of the School and Home Association next Friday ev ening J. E. Snyder will speak on the theme, "The Social Hygiene Move ment and the Home." This is the most important subject of the year. The meeting will begin at eight o'clock sharp. Men of St. Mark's church were very hospitably entertained last week by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Remington. At the meeting St. Mark's Men's Club was organized and plans are being made for occasional entertainments with so cial programs. The club will be fully organized at the next meeting and plans made for the reception of the new pastor. Baseball is now the popular sport among the younger generation, and, two young men have already fallen victim to the elusive sphere to the extent of receiving minor injuries. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mill er of Frankton sustained a broken nose w hen struck by a ball last week and Sherman Lafferty was also hurt by being Btruck in the face by a ball W. P. Buchanan as legal guardian for Jona Buchanan has brought suit against the Stanley-Smith Lumber Company, asking $5,000 tof personal injuries which the young man received while employed at the Belmont planer. He was feeding a saw that was cutting lath last month when his hand was caught in the saw and two fingers amputated. Hans Lage, C. P. Ross, Joseph Dob son and J. H. Fredricy attended the annual meeting of the Elks held at The Dalles last week. Officers were elect ed as follows: Claude S. Knight, Ex alted ruler; Gus H. Walthers, esteem ed leading knight; F. X. Phillips, loy al knight; J. E. Anderson, lecturer; J. J. Chambers, secretary; F. W. Sims, treasurer; George A. Ferguson, tyler; F. W. Wilson, trustee for three years; F. A. Hudson, delegate to the grand lodge, and B. C. Olinger, alternate. A meeting of the Benedicts' Tennis Club was held last week. It was de cided to make a number of improve ments to the courts. A concrete re taining wall is being constructed on Oak street and will lengthen the courts 10 feet. Charles Hall was elected president. Rev. H. A. MacDon aid, secretary, and Truman Butler, treasurer. A number of applications for membership were received and the club expects to have a full mem bership this year. Extra Special. On Friday and Sat urday, March, 14 and 15, we will have our second showing of spring hats, which have come In since our opening and which we have trimmed especial ly for this showing. Everyone cord ially Invited to attend. Gibson Sis A. W. Heyle returned Saturday from Kansas City, where he spent the win ter. Captain C. P. McCan of Rainier spent a couple of days here the last of the week. Miss Xettie Buck of Portland spent the week end with her parents. Judge and Mrs. Buck. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Viedeman of Toledo, Ohio, arrived yesterday to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. H. McVay. A. F. Lockwood, who owns a place at Mosier, has returned from New York by way of the Panama Canal. C. D. Roberts returned yesterday from a three months' trip which was spent at Victoria, B. C, Corvallis and Med ford. Charles S. Sommervllle spent the week end inspecting his ranch at Odell. This was his first visit here since October. Chief Engineer D. !F. McGee of the Pacific Power & Light Company was here the last of the week In spectlng the dam. W. H. Weber of Chicago, who is now owner of the Bateham ranch at Mosier, arrived the last of the week to ipspect his holdings. Russell G. Pond, who has been spending the winter in Portland, re turned yesterday to spend the summer on his ranch at Parkdale, A. W. Stone of the Upper Valley spent several days In town last" week and attended the meeting of the fruit associations and growers Saturday. F. J. Banham and Sydney Hooke, both from Chicago, are spending a few days looking over places in the Upper Valley with a view to locating here. G. W. Meyer, of Bremen, Germany, is looking over the Upper Valley this week and may make his home here. Mrs. I. X. Miner and daughter, Miss Debbie, were here from Port land to attend the funeral of Mrs. Miner's sister, Mrs. Sosey. P. O. Bonebrake and family arrived this week from Philomath, Oregon to make their home on the place which they recently purchased from G. W. Mcintosh in East Barrett. "Bill" Hayward, athletic director at the University of Oregon, delivered a most interesting and practical ad dress at the High School Building Monday evening on athletic and phys leal development. The Tuesday Evening Club was very pleasantly entertained last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bishop. Mrs. Campbell, Miss Canzler and Miss Carter acted as hostesses. Leslie Butler gave a most interesting talk on his trip to the Panama Canal. Next Tuesday, March 18, the club will be entertained by Miss Nettie Allen and Mexico will be the subject for the evening's discussion. Those who have not seen the won derful Grand Canyon of Colorado and other scenic wonders of this country will have an opportunity to both see them and hear them described at the Commercial - Club next Saturday, March 15, when Dr. C. D. Williamson an able lecturer and extensive travet er.wlll give an educational travel talk, illustrated by what Is described as a superb collection of hand-colored transparencies. It will be presentd by the faculty of the High School and ad mission will be free. PATRIOTISM PROMPTS GIFT The News for fine printing. Notice TO ALL MEMBERS ijooil Sliver Apple (Growers Union A special meeting of the Hood River Apple Growers' Union is called for WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th, AT 10:30 A. M. at Heilbronner's Hall, in the City of Hood River, for the pur pose of organizing a Central Selling and Shipping Association This meeting will be held jointly with a mass meeting of the growers of the valley. The questions that concern the Union are of the utmost concern to each member, and your presence is earnestly requested. Approved: W. B. DICKERSON, President- ALBERT SUTTON, Secretary. Servian Makes Offering to Bishop Who Praises Countrymen There was rather a novel incident at the power company's camp a few days ago at the conclusion of an ad dress by Bishop Paddock. During the address the bishop had taken occasion to praise the Bulgarians and Servians for their plucky fight against the Turks. Afterwards he was approach ed by a Servian laborer who pressed a silver dollar into his hand. "Both my father and brother are in the Ser vian arm fighting against the Turks," said the man, "while my sister nar rowly escaped being captured by the Invading Turks. She was saved by a fellow countryman who lost his own life in saving my sister." PARKDALE LIBRARY NOTICE Friday and Saturday have been set as the days for the opening of the branch library at Parkdale. Miss Northey, the county librarian, will go to Parkdale Friday morning and re main over both days. All persons living In the Upper Valley are urged to be present and bring all the books which they may be willing to donate to help the good work along and as sist In forming a nucleus for a li brary. The hours will be from 9:30 a. m. until 4:30. The committee In charge includes Miss Mary Allen, M. O. Boe and C. E. Craven. Real Estate Bulletin New Exchanges This Week If you are interested see us about this at once. Two beautiful lots in Piedmont addition to Portland. New, modern, 8-room, 2-story house, cost $4,000.00, lo cated on the corner lot a good home district, convenient to street cars, schools and public play grounds; lots similar to the inside one are selling from $1200 to$1500-Price $7,850 Mtfr. $3242, four years at 7 per cent Will trade for good lit tle home place at about equal value. $30,000 apartment house in Spokane, located in good dis trict 9 blocks from Postoffice on main car line building is new, built of concrete, contains 12 large 5-room apartments; always rented Will trade for good Hood River property of nearly equal value. Two good houses located in heart of Irvington value $10,500 These two houses are owned by different parties who wiil trade for valley ranch which can be divided. This is fine property. When you think of Insurance, think of ROBERTS & SIMMS PHONC 3111 SUCCESSORS TO G. Y. EDWARDS & CO. HOTEL OREGON lUILDINO Watch Repairing: Is a specialty to which we give our Specific Attention. We do... t JEWELRY REPAIRING J and Remodeling J Test us with some piece j you cannot use. Arthur Clarke Jtwtler and Optician Opp Outlm'a Hank 1 Redely for Gaster Even if you don't get a new suit for Easter, your friends will think you have if we Dry Clean your old ones. CIt is surprising how much NEW LIFE Dry Cleaning puts in old clothes. C.We are in a position to give you the best of QUALITY" We are constantly improving our service by employ ing the best help obtainable, buying the best supplies, using the latest methods and installing modern equip ment as fast as it has come to the market. CWouldn't you rather trust your cleaning to a concern that "really knows its business," especially when it' costs no more than you would really have to pay the less experienced cleaners? CWe clean more fine clothes and gowns than all the other cleaners combined. Think this over and then phone us and we will call for and deliver your clothes. Spauldings' Tailor Shop Basement Brosius Blk. Phone 1124 'I ttt ters.