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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
BOCDr&lVEBGLACIBB, THPKSDAY, APEIL 6, 1908
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JONATHAN BOURNE, Jr.
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GLEE CLUB'S CONCERT
Republican Candidate for United States Senator.
CHAMPION OF STATEMENT ONE.
Jonutlian Jiourno, Jr., candidate Wore the Kepnbliean primaries for tlie
nomination of United Btatoi Senator in Cnngrun, for the long term commencing
March 4tn, J'J07, was born In New Hertford, Mass., February 23d, 1855; was i
in ember of the clam of 1877 at Harvard University ; came to Portland May 16th
. 1878; was a Republican member of the Oregon Legislature in the session of 1885
and the extra session of 1880; was one of Oregon's deleuates to the Republican
National Convention of 1888 and Oregon's member of the Republican National
committee Irom 1888 to 1802, and a delegate to the Republican National Con
vention of 1892; and was elected as a Mitchell Republican to the Oregon Legist
ture in 1890.
Mr. Uourne has been more prominently idnetifled with the development of
ine mineral resources of Oregon than any other man in the state, having expen
aea in the lust twenty years over 11,000,000 of his own money iti the acquisition
ana development of Oregon mines.
Willie Mr. liourne has had his residence and main office at Portland since
1878, he has had another office at New Bedford, Mass., and has carried on the
business of his father's estate since 1889, which makes him familiar Vith many
of the large interests and loading men of the East. These qualifications, in con
junction with his tremendous euergy, origlanilty, executive ability and exper
ience in Diisiness ana poiiticiil amurs pre-eminently qualify him for making an
; auie ana influential senator for the Btute of Oregon.
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jur. uuuiiiD mil uiwuys iavorea exienuing ine direct power ol the people over
their government as far as possible. He was one of the leading spirits in the
Initiative and Referendum movement from 1898 until it was approved by the
voters at the June election In 1902. In 1904 he was a member of the executive
committee of the Direct Primary Nominations League, and holds the same po
mon with the reople'a Tower League at this time. In all these movements he
has been one of the few to guarantoe the necessary expenses of preparing and
proposing then measures to tho people.
ae says that the choice of United States Senator should he by direct ote of
the people, nnd that the Legislature should be compelled to elect the man the
people select. To accomplish this result, ho is championing Btatomeiit No. 1 ol
ine primary elections law as the only method by which public opinion may be
crystallized and umdo effective upon the Legislature.
In his petition for nomination he says:
"it i am uoimnatou and elected I will, during my term
in ouiuttj mvor:
Amending National Constitution for People's Election
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I Jl u JU HUM t.TLHWO OUJlUbUIH.
' Publicity Political Campaign Expcnson.
National Control of Corporations in Interstate Com
Kigid Exclusion ol Asiatic
make (Hood Citizens.
. IiOgal Limitations Labor Hours forj Sufty on Uailroudf.
rarceis t'ost, including lMiral Delivery.
. , Pure Food Laws.
Liberal Appropriations for Panama Canal, Coast Defen
see, Kiver and Harbor Improvements, including Colum
bia and WilJamatte Itivers, Coos, Yaquina and other
Oregon Harbors, Celilo Canal, Government Canal at
Fair Share of Irrigation Fund for Oregon
Loyal Support for Successful Candidates.
Kigid Enforcement Statement One;
Koosevelt for Second Elective Term.
m I desire that the following statement bo printed after my
iiiAiuuou me nonniiaung uanoi:
I WILL SUPPOBT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S
DETERMINATION THAT JUSTICE
BE DONE ALL MEN.
Coolie Labor; Good Wages
Square Deal Store
"Honest Goods and Square
. . Deal for Every flan" . .
IS MY MOTTO
I carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed and
prices are right, The best tools that money can buy
none too good for Hood Iliver orchards, and I am
position to supply you
Mitchell Wagons and Busies a Specialty
Acme Harrows, Disc and Peg-Tooth Harrows,
Chilled and Steel Plows, Planet
Jr. Cultivators, and Seeders,
Meyers Spray Pumps, and the Best 7-Ply Hose
in the Market.
De Level Cream Separators, Guns,
Amunition and Fishing Tackle
JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD STUMPING POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE
100,000 BRICK IN LOTS TO SUIT
Yours for Business
The concert given Friday evening
by the Choral Union and Ulee Club of
the Pacific University of Forest grove
drew a well filled bouse. The young
Indies and gentlemen who participated
did bo h themselves and their direct
or, Prof. Frank T. Chapman, credit
The selection for the first part of tbe
program was "The Lady of Bbalott"
sung by a chorus of young ladles with
three solo parts which were taken hi
Miss Maude Shannon. Miss Gladvs
Hartley and Miss Ethel Moselev. Miss
trances ciapp was tbe accompanist,
Ine chorus parts were adniirablv
given and showed evidences of careful
training while the solos were well tak
en and showed that tbe young ladies
wbo gave them have voices of on usual
promise. Xbe storv of the Ladv of
Hhalott is a mournful one and natur
ally tbe musio is of tbe some nature
and Instead of see ng eighteen pretty
ihU In eighteen pretty gowns delivei-
nig inclusive or its doleful strains we
would expect to see a correspond imr
number of nuns in sable hued earb
coaming ucd strains as
Heard a carol, mournful, holv.
Chanted loudly, chanted lowly,
i in ner oiooa was irozen alowlv.
An ) her eyes were darken'd wholly,
Turn'd to tower'd Camelot.
tor ere she reached open tbe tide
t be first bouse by the water side..
Singing In her soug she died,
Tbe Lady of Hhalott. : .
In part two a mixed chorus with
Hrof. C. E. Hradley and Mr. II. 11
Markel as soloists, sang some of tb
ancient folk songs of tbe Netherlands.
Ine airs were quaint, but melodious
and tbe harmony pleasa' t to tbe ear,
1'be solo parts were rendered most an
oeptably and tbe Biugers were forced
to respond to an encore.
Mrs, Pauline Miller Chapman then
sang a double number "The Years at
the Spring." and "Beloved it
Morn," in a rlob oontralto voic and
with a finish that was a delisht to her
boaiers and responded to an encore
witb "We'd Botter Hide Awee" with
uiout exquisite exnreseion
Tbe oonolnding part of tbe program
was as follows :
Mummy's Li'l liov. and Po' Little
Liamij, uy Alpha Zeta Uuartet.
Song of the Season : Welcome. Pret
iy rrimrose, ty Ladles' quartet.
Our Prices Sell the Goods
And the Quality is O R
ove Mong, by 11, 1).
The Boating Song.'bv Ladies
1' or Above Pacific, by Aloha Zeis
Hall. Pacific Hall. Chorus.
'Jbe numbers wire nelt rendered nnd
the Blngers were forced to respond to
numerous encores, the singing of tbe
male quartet beinu euet iallv aiiDreoi
ine names of the youag ladles and
gentlemen wbo took part are as fol
First Sopiauos: Miss Daisy Aber-
uethy. Miss Miznah Abernetby. I Miss
Uladya Hartley, Miss Ethel Moseley.
Miss Maude Shannon, Miss Francess
Second SaniHiios: Mrs. L'hattman.
Miss Martha Holmes. Miss Ellen
Brobst. Miss Amy Thomas. Miss Anna
Altos: Miss Pearl Chandler. Miss
Mary Bailey, Miss Wilma Waggener,
miss nace . unannou. miss lie en
Basses: Mr. H. E. Wltham. Mr. II
H. Markel. Mr. C. K. Fletcher. Prof.
U. U Bates.
Tenors: Mr. Arthur J. Prldeanx.
rroi. kj. m. Dreamy.
The Bojrer Concert.
The Boyer concert, which was held
at tbe Opera House last Wednesday
eveulng, was well attended. The con'
cert was given under the direction of
W. 11. Boyer and those who took
part were: Miss Eula Bennett, so
prano; miss uercrude Holmes, con
tralto; W. II. Boyer, tenor; Charles
Cutter, baas; Miss Laura Fox, pianist
I be selections were well rendered
auu seeuiea to piease ine large, audi
euoe who insisted on each number be
ug eonoored. Much Interest was cen
tered in tbe singing of Charles Cutter
wno is lull breed Mlwaab Indian
'Thy Sentinel Am I " and "The Bells
ot St. Mary's" gave Mr. Cutter ample
oppoitunity to display tbe oombaHS of
is voice and nis enors were evidently
pleasing to the Budieuoe, wbo, would
not cease applauding until in auutt an
extra number. Of tbe numbers sung
uy iuins iieuneu one one most enjoyed
wag - iime is riyiug,-- wntoti was
made particularly pleasing by the
faultless aooompaniment of Miss Fox,
Miss Holmes captured her listeners
with "Little Boy Blue.'Vand held
them fast with "The Tin Soldier
Army,." While Miss Holmes' voice
is not we think, a ooutralto, aha knows
how to use it to the best advantace
and wiin expression. Mr. Boyer evi
dently understands music thoroughly
as was evidenced by his rendition ot
tbe numerous parts be assumed with
The most rational remedy tot coughs
nd colds is Kennedy's laxative Ilonev
and Tar. It acts, on the howlos as a mild
cathartic, expelsall cold from the system
Cuts all phlegm out of the throat, re
lieves coughs, colds, croup, whooolmr
cough, etc. An ideal remedy for children
-eonauy as good lor adults. Sold by
High Water This Year.
The river has been risins for several
days and iud leaf ions are that there
will be very high water this year. Re
ports received from tbe mountainous
districts along the Snake Kiver are to
the etfeot that there ia an immense
amount or anow there and that when
it commences to melt high water will
result. IMtti year there was not
enough water in tbe Snake for growers
along ii co maiKec tlielr rru t but thU
year it is expected that there will be a
good stage throughout tho season.
When you need
Dry Goods, Clothing or Shoes
Don't forget that it is to your interests
to examine our stock before buying
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
-CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE IN-
Rivervicw Park and Idlewilde Additions
Easy Grades, Fine View and Good Water
ALSO MANUFACTURING SITES FRONTING ON 0, R.
& N. TRACK WITH DEVELOPED WATER POWER
Cheap lots for building Small Houses near Flour Mill
FRUIT LAND FOR SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT
HOOD RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO.
Office next to Waucoma Hotel
Wall Paper Co.
lave added a complete line of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES.
HEATH & MILLIGAN MIXED PAINTS.
Our Htock of paper includes latest designs in Blanks, Gilts
and high Grades, From 10c up. A full stock of room
tuolding, Picture rail, Plate rail and a small line of
. novelties in Framed Pictures. CALCIMO, the
. latest thing in room tinting, mixed to order.
' Painting, Paper hanging, Sign work etc.
Phone 671. First and Oak Streets.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
OFFERS TO IT8 PATRONS THR
NEW SAVINGS BANK
The only one which shows the amount con
tained therein Without opening it. This heau
tiful anil practical bank may be had in Hood
River only at
The First National Bank
Call ai d secme one an I start a savings uc
counl that will be a perpetual source ofsutis
faciion to you.
K. O. BLANCHAli,
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' YEAR A HARVEST YEAR I
In tho land famous for Its tremendous crops
of. Hard Winter Whoat, Supr Boots arid Alfalfa
UTHERN ALBERTA, CANADA
on the American Continent today is being constructed by the
J CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY A
t hamberlain's Salve is uood for anv
ieease oi the skin. It allavs the ileh-
iir ana nnrninir sensation instantly
or sale by Kier& Cass
Phone 741 D M'DONALD
3rd and River Street. ... Hood River, Ore.
To the Voters of Baldwin Precinct.
The registration books for K.ilil win
precinct are now open. I will be pre
paret to register you at any time at
l.riiihle a store. O. Fredenbuiv,
Kvery Sunday afternoon near Remi
ulator toat landing. Ten bird matches
ou cenis. everything furnished and
Offices and Rooms.
The very best for rent in Smith Block
IU lt contmot toelmr 30 merm nf lit in
rp.uulble partlen About IS acrw old ulanh-
IlllC, ttUlllU Mil rtHIPd nut anil an k.lUKUl
with a rood tem and bd grubblnf. A. 1).
.'WMiiMwypwiy imuiujnnwa 'J 1
Tail .woriMua wdwlkiij by tlx Caiwdiu Psetfc fUfflway will
vmtull)' pkc 'W AA" . Biulloa sad a Ul am 4 Uad sod
'" r, 1 siSBpl- u k wkhwt lioubt ih.
r mtma praaMtna mr uadwtskaa ay any aowaaMtf, cm
oa Ih m4 (m lh ft Him, ud w. km aow imdy tot lh I
Over 100.000 Acres
fL.'rJv!? Wl l- aA J a
MAIN LINE OF THE CANADIAN PAOK1C RAILWAY
Clsichca sad oteodfawj Um taa mAm k a tokVi kUek.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
will forever maintain the canals
and laterals at a nominal cost of
5o cents per acre per annum.
IRRIGATION IS PRACTICAL CROP INSURANCE
No Floods No Droughts
J. J. NUi, Ht A RECENT RCW TWMC INTERVIEW, S HAKIMS OF HUtaATKM Mife -UUUfiATION. CakMltatla. .s c..
areaarly ani aorrsotly aarta yM saa add ts tha aaaulatlM at tam and pmWi Mat mw aatthar wltk tarsi tf 160 aaraa. Wh7UU HTklxlnZTu,
tariMr cm taslly pradua as awaa trim tOO acrti as In aan Iran 100 aarta. Oaa Km araatact r"EflTHJIR kiwwa la tha JLZ Twtrai
AN IDEAL COUNTRY for DIVERSIFIED FARMING
Ws kava tama aMaahad traaa af nca-frrtBaBla land walek art aovaraa arm aatauM rawtt at araaa Mi aartaet (or arsilaa hwate. ariilafc -
kwatlaii Kh Hit Irrtaata. lasd. TW. will maka aa WaJ aaa.Mn.tiM a (rrtgaltd ant iM-lrrhjaLl kml i UnTrtto ihWanlarltl
Ampk hotel acMnodtioM al Cinch
aixfcniyned, that you w.nt to
wkkk yau wfak to it lo GUichco
foe ttM touad Hip from BoiaM oa lk awia Mm Wt ei Caknv
Tha landi will k aUcod oa uW at aimly aonunal oncM. out objeol kaiMto
ilkat M wdaad by thw eras atoduotioa or tk docm of krinlail landi thmvAymm 7tV
6 por coal laMMrt TKa Imtd will b wU at Iricu of 60 mam and ai muck am a yoa eWaw. Ramomkcr. fiat com, fat T)Hit
Fo farthor awtloalara aadl for oorttfloate of low raJlroadi ralao. writ
Canadian Pacific Irrigation Colonization Co., Ltd.
C1LAARY A! RfRTl Mlfini '
w-aawnaa) a-aajaaWI I rf Wmmtftll
to US. Ud, w. a kmmh you id, iM&a. mMx you buy tiekot ovi b CdU, Pocifc RXlyU- W pdm -
aatabbk a inal aomidhnl eoauauaky mkar nW a.
of mIo will b oBouaitor caaS and iho UU. m (
U Ma kadi at kok raal Waa.
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