The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 29, 1906, Image 7

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6u3TtK BROwl
will comeback. they will be on th3 pace
a longtime, they will delight you and
talk to you about our. bujinejj. per.hap-5
you wonder how we got mt. r. f. outcault,
the creator of butter brown and the
vorld'j highest paid artist, to make for
us a freih, .signed drawing each week. but
we did it cost js no .small price. we are
glad they will be here. butter believe-s
in truth. we do. we make a profit, every
merchant mujt. we do not "cut price.s"
except on broken -5ize.s or when overload
ed. we make price-5 right in the beginning,
wewijhto make money who do.snt? but
we can make more -selling at a fair profit
and doing a bigger bujinejj. hely your
self by making our volume larger. we
invite you to look each week at mr. out
cault',5 cartoonj.
frank a." cram.
New Shirts
New Hats
New Neck
wear New Shoes
New Gloves
New Under
New Trou
sers New Suits
New Top
New Sweat
New Fancy
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Our Men's Furnishings are the
Latest Agony
Money to loan. E. I!. Hartwig.
Mr. BartmesB is on a cash basis.
Hunt carries a lint; of paints.
Freeh Olympia and Eastern oysters at
the Gem Candy Kitchen.
See that dandy line of Folders at the
Deitz Studio.
All tl latest styles Photos at the
Deitz Studio.
Don't forget Alcorn's phone number
is 901.
Shoes half soled while you wait in
20 minutes. All work first-class and
guaranteed. Ladies' sewed soles and
(). Sullivan's rubber heels a specialty.
Donovan's Shoe Shop, opposite Wil
liams' pharmacy.
Kverything up-to-date at Alcorn's.
Step in and nee Alcorn in his new locution.
If you want always to look on the
bright side of life, come and let Clarke
tit your eyes to a pair of masses. His
apparatus for testing eyes is of the liest
and most complete.
Clarke will make it easy for you to
buy a diamond. Consult linn about it.
Say, just try a roast put up by Alcorn.
Try our Cascade butter. Kvery roll
guaranteed. Alcorn's market.
Cranberries at McDonald's.
Maple Syrup and New York State
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
He wise and get your 1'hotos at the
IViU Studio.
Watch Claike's vatclies go.
Hulk Nrar Oi lcans M!as.-t s at Jack
s ii V.
I lit all i lni -ki't nl Clint i I'
C lli Hliilir u an . tinio.
"A eiitil.i- li u" llie popular v, r
(I ct ut the Di i z I'lioio,.
Cull mi limn s & Wa 1 Taper
Co and get sample can of Chinaiiiel.
All kinds of feed for poultry at Jack
don's. Homel him? new Puffed Hies Candy,
at the (Jem Canday Kitchen.
Salt iiiai ki ra', salmon ami white fish,
at Jackroii's.
Afeorn's meat market is now located
in the old Wood & Smith building.
Vetch, grass, clover and garden seeds
at Jackson's.
The Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh
candy every day.
Go to Mr. Onthank for abstracts and
notarial work, renting and collecting.
Pension papers rxcciiicd and legal pa
pers carefully drawn. Money to loan
on tirtt mortgages.
Come to the Deitz Studio for first class
Photos. Don't put it off, but get your
photi 8 now at the Deitz Studio.
Mrs. Carrol Smith, of Minneapolis,
who until recently has been employed
as head stenographer on Keith's Maga
zine and Western Camera Notes, has
decided to open a public stenographic
oftlce with W. J. Baker & Co., oppo-ite
the poHt'iflice, where she will be pleas
ed to do all kinds of stenographic work
at resoirib!e prices.
Father time baa left some good time
pieces at Claike's. Begin the new year
with a clock that keeps perfect time.
Sew cabbage atjilctjre's.
Kiot-r Opening.
Easter openingof pattern hats, March
22, 23and 24th. Ladies attending our
display on Saturday will 1ms presented
with a souvenir. Mnie. Abbott.
Money saved by buying your flour
aim i ecu limn .McDonald.
Hoy F. Di-an has a neat little home
lor sale.
We are preparing to ship a car load
oi drain tile, those interested would
do well to see us immediately. Norton
IV Mllllll.
Fresh lish halibut, salmon and
smelts, at McGuire Bros.
Newest, best fishing tackle at MeDon-aid's.
Fresh creamery butter and newly
laid Hood River egge at McGuire's.
McDonald sells house paints. It will
pay you to get prices from him before
McGuire Urns, make their own leaf
lard under their own brand.
If you want cracked corn for chicken
feed go to McDonald.
At the Clin relies.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. ni. and
8 p. m. Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Kp
worth league 7 p. in. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially invit
ed. W. C. Kvana, pastor.
St Mark's Kpiscopal Church. Holy
Communion at 8 o'clock; morning
praver at 11, and evening prayer at
7 :.
U. B. Chinch Sabbath school, 9:45;
preaching, 11 a. m.; .1 unior services un
der the leadership of Mrs. Ellie Heeler,
3 p. in. ; Christian F.ndeavor meeting',
(I::10; -eruion by pastor, 7:30. All are
invited to any and all of these services.
G M. Heeler, pasio' in cl urge.
Unitarian-Comer State utrwt uc
I'.i'i i.vciu.1 . Si rviee ul I! a in.
d..y tclio.l at 1' a. ir..
Valley ( In i-i .u i -.j.. . ...y - t,
10 a. m. ; ) . r c. u.: ut 11 ; V. I', h
C H. ht l p. ui. ; lit cbinrf id
7:110. Chid': 1 .11. in ei Sunday even
ing. We e.Utud a cordial invita- ion
to all to attend the services of the
day. W. A. Klkius, pactor.
Belmont M. K. Church. II. C. Clark,
pastor. Service-, lielinont: Sun la
school at 10a. ni.; Class meeting at 11
a. in.; Kpworth League 7 p. ui.; preach
ing every Sunday evening and 2d Sun
day in month at 11 a. in.; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:30 p. in. Services at
Pine Grove same as above except press
ing, which is on 1st and 3d Sundays at
11 a. m. Crapper. 1st and 3d Sundays
at 3 :30 ; Sunday school at 2 :30. Mouin
Hood. The 4lh Sunday at U a.n t. ;
Sundav school at 10 a. m.
Baptist church Sunday school 10
a. m. ; preaching 11 a. in. ; subject,
"Putting Away Sin." Junior B. Y.
P. U. at 3 p. ni.; evening service at
at 7:130, subject, "The Model Young
The Christian church will hold its
regular services at the K. of P. ball
next Sunday both morning and even
ing. A cordial invitation is extended
to all services.
Union-Rev. Troy Shelley will
preach at 11 :30.
Kiverside Conerecational W. C.
Gilmore pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Worsoip and preaching at 11.
Subject, Jesus preaohing the kingdom
of God. Special music by quartette
choir, conducted by Mrs. Gertrude
Sletteu. Evening services for young
people at 6:4;, p. m. hong semce
and address, 7 :30.
Just received at McDonalds, half ton
clover t-eed.
Rev. J. L. Heishner spent a day or
two at Vancouver, last week.
D. W. Derby and John Centner went
to Portland baturday to spend Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Butler went
to The Dalles for a short visit Tuea
Rev. W. A. Wood and Rev. W. E,
Evans were visitors at The Dalles last
J. S. Heline spent last Thursday at
llie Dalles wbere be was called on
Mrs. Ben Theysou, who has been
visiting at Salem for a week returned
Monday evening.
J. C. Calkins, of Portl ind, who is
interested in the Klppa Orchard spent
Sunday in Hood River.
Hon. E. L. Smith has been confined
to his home for several days fwith an
attack of rheumatism.
W. II. Peugu, who has interests in
Sherman county, has been there for a
few days looking a,rter them. ,
Rev. U. J. Nelson, who has been
staying here for a few days has been
suffering from an attack of quinsey.
Miss Gladys Hartley, who is a stu
dent it Eugene, came home Saturday
and is spending a few days in town.
Mrs. J. Adrian Hoping and family
moved to their Hood River ranch on
Sunday last and will remain there
during the summer.
The Gills' Gli e Club will be the at
traction at the pera House to-morrow
cicuim. tickets ou salo at
CI irk'.- dn g it.
Win Eid'. if Ni I ,rli '. came U
tLi-i ity tl o. viek mid ill t ke i
liosil i HI il. ( lluul llhnr M'lliig
Coinpiii..,. ill vl.ich he is iiiturctUd.
The in imv Minis In this city of J.
C. Hi s etii-r of '1 be Dalles will he in
terested in knowing that a new daugh
ter arrived iu his family Monday
F. II. Brown who recently sold his
proterty on the bill to Mrs. Vebeliu,
of Calwdell, Idaho, will leave today
for Ne. Plymouth in that state wbere
he will reside in future.
Tom Richardson, secretary of the
Portland Commercial Ulub was a pass
enger east on train 2 Tuesday. He
went to i ne Dalles wbere be addressed
the Business Mens' Association of that
The Girls' Glee Club, composed of
eighteen pietty young ladies will sing
at the Opera House to-morrow even
ing. Do not miss this entretalnment
as it is said to be a rare treat in the
musioal line.
J. O. Cleary, of Collins Springs,
who bqs been at Hood River for sever
al days on business, returned to bis
home Wednesday morning. Mrs. Cleary
who has been visiting here for some
time remained.
Stranahan k Bagley have found it
necessary to enlarge their warehouse
owing to their increasing business.
Workmen have been eugaged for
several days in making the obange and
the alterations are now completed.
Mis. C. G. Roberts, who went to
Portland last week to visit her sou,
who is sink and is being treated at one
of the hospitals there, returned Mon
day. Mr. nd Mrs. Roberts, who have
been living in town during the winter
will go to their rancb near Wiuans
City for the summer.
Souvenir Postals, a fad Garden Seeds. We have A Lady said the other daY
that won't die out as long as vour the lare-t and best selection of the handkerchiefs you are selling ;
eastern friends do not know aboul buik seeds wm ever had. A proof ht t) aione n,ake vour gtore
our great country. We have the that they are g M 'h lart 8 , VtenA 12c val-
flnoot inn iii the c tv. Two vear's customers aie buying more ' , , '
for 5c. this year. Little Prices. net Now Five Cents.
Easter Novelties will Garden Tools Get busy. How'd you like to nave
be had at ihis big store in greater These warm davs will start things a pretty afternoon apron, made ,
profusion than ever this year. o rowingi anJ juet think how 0f nice white lawn, short, round .
"'"'"'''PJ? foolish you'd feel to pay more , th ruffle tri,m,.ed, with
the children as to sell the goods. we charge for all sorts of FlftMn Vta 1
Watch our windows. garden ton's. pocket and only Fifteen CtS.
SKinned to Death.- stocking Satisfaction A Man who was looking for
That's the way we ve got them H,ue lmt we giye Kubher i',.nn for himself and ,
all on premium dishes. pt!'"j fimt bi ings the women who hasn't bov found just what he wanted '
JZwITpA rXFnrn' VrhaP. we can yon '
that vou have to pay the other enty-flve center A" nJ tM' 20c
fellow ten cents for. if You Only knew the '
hefeP1U-ia"o.mlts"uo Like Cut Glass is the s.ack.of soft collar shirt, we've ;
Brushes Hath linishes. Furniture lteautiful new glassware just in. been selling for every day wear, ,
Polish '('arpet Heaters, Carpet We began Selling it out of the bttl- ,d t hugtie on yoo Rn(1 hHy
rl'si;;:s.:'l'li.s pwrijms U'.
S I.ittle pric.',. large dishe, at ver little prices. Thirty-five Cents.
Amos Uuderwood, the old-time resi
dent of the town which bears his
name, is under the weather. Mr.
Underwood is confined -to bia home
with an attack of rheumatism. He
has not been able to make his usual
daily trip to Hood River for several
At the Epworth League service last
Sunday evening, Miss Ida Evans and
Miss Helen Deitz, were eloeted dele
gates to the Epworth League conven
tion for The Dalle, and Walla Walla
districts, to be held at Walla Walla,
May 25, 27.
County Judge Lake stopped off here
Friday, on bis way back to The
Dalles, from Portland. Judge Lake
took a drive out in the valley, where
be is Interested In a fruit ranch In
connection with several other resi
dents of The Dalles.
The steamer Charles R. Spencer
mada her first trip of the season Mon
day. She came up from Portland and
from this on during the summer and
fall will make trips down the river
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satudays re
turning ou the other days of the week.
T. II. Johnson, of Dufur, ex-state
senator, was a visitor in Hood River
rriday. Mr. Jobuson went to Mount
Hood by stage where he baa some bus
iness interests. Anticipating that be
would enoountor snow in the timber
country, be took with him a pair of
snow snoes.
We have received assurance, that
the concert of the Young Ladies' Glee
Club, which will occur at tbe Opera
Hoi te tomoiiow evening Is a nueilor
end itniurtent. It Is uonposed if
I ti i r; joi.i v 1 dies I o i i '' r
iilen li g hi d ti in t I airs i o I cbi I. -i:igl
. Tickets aie uon i n sale.
.Mi Kate K. iliug, wLo is a siit r
of Mrs. K II ShtiiHid. end h ho hts
been a' road for some time, is visiting
at the home of the latter. Miss Fail
ing arrived at Hood River last Friday
fium the east and her coming was no
doubt most weloome as she and her
sister bad not met for two years.
If. M. Huxley, whobasbren employ
ed by the Davidson Fiuit Company
for some time as bookkeeper, has de
oided to resign bis position and will
be succeeeded by H. A. Clark, of Port
land. Mr. Huxley will go to Mosier
where he will engage in growiug
The Dalles City wbiob was recently
raised from the bed of the Colubniia
and repaired, while on her way to
Portlaud last Friday, broke ber shaft.
She is at present laid up in Portland
and the Undine will take ber run until
the unfortunate craft can be patched
J. C. Molnues and A. II. Jewett of
White Salmon were in Tbe Dalle. Fri
day for the purpose of inspecting the
city water system with a view to get
ting ideas for tbe new plant to be put
in ut that city. They expressed them
selves highly impressed with our sys
tem. Chronicle.
Sheriff Sexton spent the day here
Friday. The sheritt was bere on busi
ness for the county. He ba. again
announced himself a. candidate for
the office he now holds and has many
friends in this city. He has made an
etllcient oflicer and expects to get a
good vote iu Hood River.
W. F. Met I ill, who has been a resi
dent ot Hood River for two years, left
Sunday for bis old home in Okla
homa. Mr. McGill is brother of
Mrs. A. I. Mason and hi. friends bere
expect that he will like others who
have been a resident of Hood River
for a time "come back."
Tbe dinner served by tbe W. R. C.
last Satuurday was a success both
socially and tlnanoially. Tbe ladies
netted about $22, which Increase,
their relief fund and enoouragea their
good work. In tbe afternoon they
held a proBbtable session, reporting
work accomplish d and arranging for
future efforts.
J. T. Weart of this city, who in
company with his wife, went to Los
Angeles recently, ha. been seriously
sick i nd was operated on at the Good
Samaritan Hospital there last week.
Advices received in this city during
the past few dnys are to the effect that
be is now making a good recovery and
will soon be able to leave the hospital.
D. W. Brickman, representing tbe
Oregonian, baa been in town for sev
eral days getting subscription, to
that paper and incidentally booming
the candidacy of MIbs Ota Walker,
who is a contestant in that paper',
offer of a trip to Yellowtsooe Park.
Mr. Brickman report, that be ba.
been quite successful and that be baa
secured several thousand votes for
Miss Walker.
On account of the concert Friday
evening, the meeting of tbe Cascade
Literary Circle will lie held on Mon
day evening. March 31st, at tbe home
of Mrs. Bait mess. Roll call will be
responded to by quotation, from "As
You Like It." The reading of Julius
Ceaaar will begin at thi. meeting and
it k. hopel that all member, will be
present The Rev. R. U. Barnes ba.
been made an honorary member of
the circle and ba. kindly consented to
take two of tbe leading parts.
A bulletin just issued by the Ore
gon Agrioltural College experiment
station contains au exhaustive paper
on tbe San Jose Scale. Prof. A. B.
Cordeley is the author of the paper
and describes tbe scale very minutely,
He says:
"It is possible for the offspring of
one female oan Jose scale to multiply
until they reach a total of more than
3,000,000,000 young insects in a single
season, baob temale of tbe over-wlu-
tering generation is capable under
fa voi able conditions of producing ap
proximately 100 young. In the course
of but one mouth, these roach matur
ity and the females begin to produce
another generation. There are pro
duced four or Uvo generations during
the season. Under supposedly favor
able conditions, a single female of the
latter generations has been observed
to produoe approximately tiOO young.
Basing their estimates upon breeding
oage observations, Dr. Howard and
Mr. Pergande have shown that it
would be possible, under the most
fa voi able conditions for the progeny
of a single female to produce the as
tonishing number of :t, 21(1, ON), 400 in
dividuals in a single season. Should
each of tbeBe scales reach the largest
size, one tenth of an inch, and tiny
were placed side by side, touchii g
each other in all directions, there
would to enough of them to cover ap
proximately five acres if surface."
e u.utuie rciile lie grui i. h n
cci i, I itg iici.i.11-, 1 1 I i .l Ji-1 j ,
1 iu I in in ct-h.l- th. .1 l.e I. ok to they to (lowly MUih d
lh. i u. mill me, Lalt-gi own nalis, whli h
may be louud with tie mature ones,
are at the present time soinewh. I
darker in color. The matuie fen ule
is nearly circular iu shape, is ap
proximately one-sixteenth ot an inch
in diameter, and each is souiwhat
raised iu tbe center to form a slight
protuberance or nipple, which ir
lighter in color than the rest of the
scale. If this scale is carefully ex
amined with a small niagiiitier, several
concentrio circles may be observed be-
tween the uipple and tbe outer edge;
and if it be carefully lifted with the
point of a pin or knife, here will he
revealed a minute, origin; yellow ob
ject, the insect itself. On badly in
fested plants the young scale settles
wherever tbere Is room to insert a
beak into the bark, and as they in
crease in size 'hey become much
crowded and overlap, giving the ap
pearance of a gray scurvy deposit on th
The bulletin contains colored illus-
tiations showing the scale in its vari
ous stages of development and also
oontaius much other valuable infor
mation to the progressive orchardist.
A copy of it may be obtained by ap
plying to tbe director of the college at
Ex-Governor T. T. Geor, who is
again a candidate for that oUce,was a
passenger on train 2 last Thursday.
Mr. Geer bad a few minutes talk with
friends in this city while the train
was standing bere and seems to be
sanguine of election. He says that
bis candidacy is being well received
and was on bia way to eastern Oregon
in connection with bis campaign.
Mrs. E. A. Nicklason.who was in Port
land visiting her parents and daughter
Miss Eva, and wbo baa lieen here vis
iting her sister Mrs. Frederick, for
tbe past two months, left Friday for
ber borne at Fargo, IS. It. Mrs. iNlck-
lasou expresses herself as wi ll pleased
witb this country and bopes inside of
a year to dispose of ber property there
and oome bere to live.
George Hines, of Cacsade Locks,
who is said to be demented, was taken
through tbi. city last Saturday en
route to Tbe Dalles. He was in charge
of a constable and bas the delusion
that everyone is attempting to kill
The fine spring weather of the past
few days bas caused those wbo are liv
ing in town and own rancbes In tbe
valley to turn their eyes in tbe direc
tion of tbe country, while tbe disciples
of lssao Walton are getting out their
Usbing tackle.
G. L. Tuft, will speak on local op
tion at Pine Grove Suuday morning,
April 1st at 11 o'clock and at Bel
moot Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
and Valley Christian church Sunday
Interested reader of the Glacier will
notice the call for tbe stockholders
annual meeting of the Hood River Ap
ple Growers' Union, published in an
other part of thi. issue.
Mrs. Albert Stranahan, who has
been unwell for several days is said
to be suffering from an attack of ty
phoid fever.
An entertainment will be given Fii-
day evening, April Ctb, at the Opera
House, under the auspices of th.
liigb BcbooL mere wm be a pro
gram consisting of recitations and
musio, wbicb will be followed by a
debate on tbe question of "Woman
Suffrage," An admission of 25 eents
Wo uro showing a lino lino of Whiting & Ea
ton, Jlurlhurt's Stationery. Also fancy pa
llor in bulk. Call and look it over. It is
suro to ploaso you.
Full lino just arrived Ledgers, .Journals,
(-ash Hooks, Day Books, Desk Wot tern, Kec
ord Books and everything in tho Memoran
dum and Time Book line.
Picture Frames made to order at
March 24
All the Latest Novelties
on Display
will be charged In order to defray the
expenses of renting tha hall.
II. J. Frederick and his son Milo.
spent Saturday at The Dalles.
The many friends in this city of Mr.
and Mrs. N. J. Sinoott of The Dulles
will regret to learn of tbe death 'of
their iufaut sou Monday.
Geo. D. Culbertson, who bus boon
suffering from an attack ot typhoid
fever is, we are pleased to say, able
to be out of bed and is convalesc
ing rapidly.
Rev. O. J. .Nelson will preach in tbe
Unitarian church this coming Huuday.
Notioe was made last week that he
wonld occupy the pulpit last Sunday
but on account of illness he was un
able to do so.
J. R. Whitney, state printer, passed
through this city Monday on his way
to The Dalles, wbere be spent some
time looking after his interests for a
lenomliiatioii. Mr. Whitney thinks
that owing to the fact that he has
seived but one term as state printer
he is e ititled to another in order to
conform to the precedent which he
says bas been established.
Daniel Burns, a laborer, who bas
been working recently at Portland,
while walking across the 'trestle east
of town Tiiosday morning either
jumped or fell olf and was badly in
isurus, with bis camp outfit, was ou
his way to this city, where he expect
ed to cross the river and go to one of
tbe railroad camps at Underwood.
While in the middle ot tbe structure
an east bound train came along and
Burn s companion called to him to
get down on one of the caps and wait
until it bad passed. Supposing tbat
Burns bad Kotteu out ot the way his
companion stepped down and waited
until the train got by. Wbeu it bad
gone be looked around for bim and
found that he was lying on tbe ground
below, a distance of twenty feet, and
was aparautly badly injured.
Summoning belp, the injured man
was carried to the railroad station,
where au examination by the com
pany's physician developed the fact
that his left arm was broken at tbe
elbow, one of bis ribs fractured and
that be bad also sustained several bad
bruises. His injuries were dressed
and be was made as comfortable as
possible until the arrival of train 2,
wben be was taken to tbe hospital at
The Dalles.
Tbe injured man is about 60 yeai.
ot age and unmarried. He was ao
companied to The Dalle, by County
Commissioner Inboard.
To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fewel of
this city, on March 21, a .on.
Tbe entertainment in tbe oourse of
the congregational church which wan
given Monday evening was designated
tbe home talent evening and probably
no out-of-town attraction has been
more enjoyed by the audience, which
have attended these entertainment,
this winter. The prorgam provided
was a most excellent one and the num
bers were rendered with a promptness
.nd evenness that would have done
oredit to professionals. That the
elforts of the local entertainers were
appreciated by the large audience
which was present was evidenced by
the numerous encores to which they
were called ou to respond. Although
Mr. J. Adrian Kppiug.the well known
tenor of Portland, with his accom
panist assisted in making the evening
one of pleasure for Hood Kiver's
music loveis, the tact that Mr. Kp
ping has recently purchased some
property near this city puts him in
a position wheie he can hardly be re
garded as an outsider.
The program was as follows :
Soldiers' Chorus From Faust, Gounod
How the Church was Built at
Kehoi-H Bur Bennott
Miss Nettio Kemp
Doll Drill
(a). Wore I a Star Hawley
(b). When Love is (lone Jlawley
(oi. Tho Years at the Spriug Beach
Mr. J. Adrian r.pplng
Forest Miirnioriiigs Liszt
Mr. Mordaunt A. Oooduoiigli
If Thou Did'st Love Me L. Deuza
Miss Oladyi-lllartley
Solo Selected
Mr. Murray Kay
A Woman in a Shoe Shop Mouologue
Miss Nettio Kemp
Prologuo "11 Pagliacci" Leoucavcllo
Mr. J. Adrian Japping
Mennet Paderewski
Mr. Mordaunt A. (looduough
Calm as The Night C. Gotze
Mrs. Sletteu and Mr. topping
Anniversary of Cascade Massacre.
Monday, March 2Gth was the 50th
anniversary of the massacre of tbe
Cascades in wbich 22 white men and
women lost their lives at the bands of
Indians. The tragedy took place op
posite where is now situated tbe town
of Cascade Locks. The outrage was
the result of an Indian warfaie wbich
bad been going on between the white,
and Indiana for some time and result
ed in the capture and hanging of a
dozen or more redskins. Amos Un
derwood wbo lives across the river and
Captain Coe of this city were in tbe
party that captured the Indian, and
were present when they were executed.