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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1913
is the greatest of modern
time helps to perfect cake
and biscuit making. Makes
home baking pleasant and
profitable. It renders the
food more digestible and
guarantees it safe from
alum and all adulterants.
Mrs. Frank Cram entertained the
Monday Bridge Club very pleasantly
I lucre win ue a uume ai at nuuic-
! Friday evening, May 2. Music by
j Yogel'a six piece orchestra.
j Mr. and Mrs. llert Graham enter
tained at cards Monday evening and
i invitations are out for another party
I to be given tomorrow.
' Mrs. Charles Early and sou Ray
i inond have taken apartments in Port
land for a few weeks while Raymond
lias hig eyes treated.
JOINS THE DISTRIBUTORS
Willa Walla Electa C. F. Schiltx at
Head of Apple Organization
WOMEN TRAPPED IN RAID
Gambling Establishment Uncovered In
Residence District of Oakland, Cal.
Oakland, Cal. The police uncover
ed a poolroom for women In a raid
ea a private house In the heart of a
residential section. Mrs. Julia Acker
man, the alleged proprietress; Mrs.
Adelia Burnett, Mrs. Joseph Roebling
and Rodolph Abraham were arrested.
Half a dozen other women and several
men were trapped, but the police re
leased them owing, it was explained,
to lack of sufficient- evidence.
For two weeks, according to the po
lice, numbers of women had been en
tering the Ackerman residence. In
spectors Thomas Wood and St. Clair
Modgkins stole up to the front door
and forced an entrance. Mrs. Acker
man, Wood reported, leaped at him
and clutched his thnoat. He said he
shook her off and with Hodgklns ran
into a room fully equipped as a pool
roc m. Results of the Alan, Idaho,
races were being received over a tele
phone wire from San Franclsc.
Immanuel Church (the Heights)
Sunday, May 4, Sunday School at
10 o'clock, evening praise service at
7:30. Mr. Hargreaves will preach.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTICE
Regular services at tlu Christian
church next Sunday as usual, Sunday
School 9:45 and preaching and com
munion following at 11 o'clock. The
pastor, J. H. Swift, is home from the
East where he has been for the past
two months at the bedside of his
mother, and will preach morning and
The Sunday School will render a
Mothers' Program Sunday morning at
the closing of the Sunday School ses
sion. Each mother of the church is
requested by the superintendent to
be present. Everybody has a special
invitation. Be on time. At 10:30
the program begins.
The Endeavor is now In a contest.
Splendid attendance and a great ser
vice eech evening at 7.
Dr. C. Schiltz, owner of the Pomona
orchard of Dayton, Wash., was elect
ed president of the board of trustees
of the Walla Walla District Distribu
tors' agency, at a meeting of that
body Saturday aternoon. H. G.
Barnes was elected secretary and the
ottice of manager offered him. He Is
considering the proposition.
The trustees adopted by-law8 and a
contract to be used between the agen
: cy which is to be a sub central of
' the North Pacific Distributors' of Spo
kane, and the locals of the district,
! It was stated that the agency prob
j ably w ill open ofllces in Walla Walla
bout June 1.
M. E. Church Services
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m.
Themes: Morning. "The Uplifted
Christ, the World's I'plifter;" even
lng,"Sympathy." Kpworth League,? p.
m. Prayer meeting on Thursday ev
ening at 8:00 o'clock. All are cord
ially Invited. W. B. Young, pastor.
At the morning service at the Uni
tarian church next Sunday, the sub
ject will be "Why I am a Unitarian."
How many know what Unitarianism
really stands for? Come and hear.
At the evening service at 6:30, the
following program will be given: Re
citation, Alice Taylor, vocal solo, Cul
ver Osgood, reading, Miss Gretchen
Calkins, with musical accompaniment.
Mr. McDonald will read a touching
Scotch dialect story, "His Last Jour
Christian Science services are held
in the Reading Room, Room 2, David
son Building, Sunday at 11 a. m.
Subject, "Everlasting Punishment."
Sunday School will be held as usual
at 10 a. m. Wednesday meeting at 8
p. m. The reading room Is open daily
from 2 to 5 p. m.
Lost Monday, between the Heights
and Barrett schoolhouse child's heavy
coat with brown trimmings. Reward
for return to E. E. Johnson, Mark
ham Lane, R. D. 3 or phone 2842.
The bright, warm sunshine and
Clean-up Week suggest that it is a
good time to clean up the yards, al
leys and streets. What do you think
about it? Are you willing to do your
Blossom time is almost here.
Apple Grower? Bank.
Mrs. Mary Bo William T Baker,
Miss Anna Cinkum.
Dr. Emma F A Drake, Mrs. G B
Dudley, Hanery Dahl. Tom Dimos, Ed
T H Hathaway. Arthur Hammond,
Lee I sell. I
Vlra Jenison, Al Johnson.
Albert Lowery, Mrs Mattie Iiffer
Joe Miller. j
Adarulewr Nerupur. i
Frank L Perkins, J Polsokarth.Mrs
A B Sacre, W Scuuhz, E V Sheiler,
U Spedin, Martin Svauson.
Geo Wallace, ('has Walker, Frank
Ward, A A Watl. rs, Albert Wetsel, L
HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY
1482 Monroe, Mrs. M. A.
Odell 336 Busch & Barroll.
365.3 Dickinson, J. W.
5931 Parker, E. R.
2621 Dean, H. L.
1601 Ore. & Wash. Fruit &
Farm Lands Co.
Odell 24 Goodlander, H. F.
2073 Columbia Art Co.
5904 Bonebrake, P. O.
Odell 263 Everson, Ella.
5029 Cady. W. J.
5127 Dennison, S. M.
5471 House, F. C.
2453 Pratt. C. G.
5017 Lester, J. D.
3033 Shelley. A. B.
Odell 15X4 Kingdon, F. H.
1674 Rigby. J. W.
1672 Whitney, Mrs. E. W.
3064 Welch, Dr. M. E.
5016 Pemlergast, M.
5512 Carmen, R.
3204 Mulvaney, A. L.
Attend the dance at Mclsaac's Hall
at Parkdale, Friday evening. May 2.
Daily May 28 to Sept.JO. Return limit October 3L
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