The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, February 23, 1911, Image 11

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    HOOD KIVKlt GLACIER, T 1 1 IT USD A Y , - FE li K t ' A R Y -'.'I, J!)ll
Our prices are the lowest
when quality is considered
Wait until our stocks are
complete before you buy
Spring Stock
The Way
Iii fact some of the smaller shipments have arrived by express and the others will begin to arrive in about ten
days, at which time we will be able to show you the finest assortment of new and up-to-date novelties ever
brought to Hood River. We have spared neither time nor expense in connection with this trip, and all the leading
markets and mills have been gone into thoroughly before a single purchase was made. Therefore we feel well
satisfied with the results of our efforts, for we know absolutely that we are in a position to offer you the BEST
MERCHANDISE OBTAINABLE for the LEAST MONEY, being consistent with the quality of our
goods. Make iis prove this statement.
We handle the best
for the least
Always Up to Date
Watch this space for an
nouncement of new arrivals
Shoes made or repaired at JotniBen's.
N. C. Evans was in The Dalles last
A. T. Fuller was in The Dalles
C. B. Huelat, of Heppner, was here
last week.
Oscar Vanderbilt returned from
Seattle Saturday.
Mrs. P. S. Davidson spent last week
in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Carter were in
Portland last Monday.
J. E. Ingles, of Ingles, Oregon, was
here Saturday on business.
D. C. Eccles, who has been in
Omaha, has returned to Dee.
Mrs. J. P. Lucas, of Cascade Locks,
spent last week in the city.
C. 'S. Somerville returned Monday
night from a visit to New York.
W. G. Hufford and J. L. Stewart, of
The Dalles, were here Saturday.
Two cents a day fifty cents a month.
Slocom's Book and Art Store.
If you want shoes that don't go
wrong go to Johneen'g.
J. K. Carson has been appointed
deputy state Commander of the Macca
bees. B. M. Hawley, of Home Valley,
Washington, was here last Thursday
no business.
Mrs. W. B. Allen returned last week
from a short business trip to Indian
apolis, Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Laraway re
turned Sunday from their honeymoon
trip in southern California.
Two cents a dayfifty cents a month.
Slocom's Book and Art Store.
Joe Vogt and J. H. Fredricy attend
ed an initiation of the Elks at The
Dalles last Thursday night.
Jos. Church, of Walla Walla, Wash
ington, was here last week visiting his
father on the Belmont road.
A University club is being organ
ized at The Dalles. They expect to
begin with about 25 members.
A novel entertainment will be given
at theValley Christian chnrch at 8 P.
M. Friday evening, February 24.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Strong, who
were visiting friend here, returned to
their home in The Dalles last week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Chapel and F.
M. Sears, of Saginaw, Michigan, were
here last week looking over the valley.'
Christian Science nervice" are held in
Heading Room No. i Davidson Building,
Sunday 11 a. m. and Wednesday 8 p. m.
Two cents a day fifty cents a month.
Slocom's Book and Art Store.
Paradise Farm Acreage Suburban
tracts lor sale in Paradise Farm, west
end of State street, lively home sites.
John Iceland Henderson, Inc.
William Kennedy, who arrived in
this city last week from Spokane, will
open a post card photograph studio in
the Smith Bldg. on Oak Street.
Fordham Kimball has returned from
Corvallis, after having taken the short
course at the Oregon Agricultural
Mrs. R. B. Rinsey, who has been
visiting Mrs. Louis Arenson at The
Dalles for the past six weeks, returned
home last week.
Landon R. Mason, manager of the
paving department cf the Carbolineum
Wood Preserving Co., of Portland Ore
gon, was here Monday.
Lawrence Gerdes.Swho is a student
at the Oregon Agricultural College, Jis
here spending the mid-semester ex
aminations with his parents.
Now U t ho time to buy coal, when
you need s good, steady, hot fire. Call
up the Transfer Company, phone 5, and
give them your order.
C. J. Calkins and wife left Thursday
for eastern Oregon. Mr. Calkins will
work in the interest of the Hood River
Apple Vinegar Co. while there.
Reymund B. Early, after spending
the mid-year vacation with his parents,
has returned to Eugene to resume his
studies at the State University.
veneered ollicc
alo a handsome
I have two
tables 30x72 inches;
book case, a bargain.
Wright's Carpenter Shop, Phone liOO x
Joseph A. Wilson, agent for wire
wound wood stave pipe. Older early
as this pipe is made to order not held
in etock. f23
M. and Ms. E. H. Pilson, who have
been spending the winter in Washing
ton, D. C, and New York City, re
turned last Saturday to their ranch
near Summit.
J. Ratlin", of the Frankto.i district,
returned last week from the Collins
Hot Springs where he has been seeking
relief for rheumatism. He reports
that his health is much improved.
An up-to-date electric photo studio
has been opened in the Smith Bldg.,
room 10. Postals 6 for 50 cents.
Finished in 10 minutes. Stamp photos
24 for 25 cents. Call early here for
a short time only.
Cheap Biiildluir Sites Residence lots
in the new Middleton Addition, one
block south of High School. Price $250
to $1(50, 10 per cent down, easy install
ments. John Leland Henderson, Inc.
Walter Kaufman, who has been
traveling with aviator Duprees, who
exhibited the Wright machine here at
the apple show last fall, has on exhibi
tion at the Clarkes jewelry store a
model of the Wright biplane when he
Geo. I. Slocom has removed the par
tition from the rear of the show win
dow of his book and art store. The
change, besides making the window
more attractive, will make possible an
interior view of the store from the
The Gem Theatre, operated by C. U.
Dakin, had an unusual attactive lot of
films last week. The pictures, dis
playing scenes from the Antwerp
Zoological Gardens, one of the largest
of its kind, were exceedingly interest
ing to young as well as old.
Two cents a day fifty cents a month.
Slocom s Book and Art Store.
William Sylvester, of Willow Flat
district, arrived in town Monday with
a new moustache in tow.
"Hello, is this you Jones?" "Yes
"Don't forget the great treat in stole
for us Friday evening at the Valley
Christian church. I should say
won't." 25c and 15c.
Miss Hulda Weber left Tuesday for
Roosevelt, Washington, where she will
visit her brother, Walter A. Weber,
who has a irovernment claim of ItiO
acres near that place. Her sister, Miss
Freda Weber, who also has a claim at
Roosevelt, is here this week visiting
her mother.
J. E. Davidson, branch manager of
the Pacific Coast Light & Power Co.,
spent last Thursday here enroute from
The Dalles to Portland, where he is
located. Mr. Davidson says that while
the company has several tentative
plans as to the development of the
power sites recently purchased from
the Hood River Light & Power Co.,
nothing definite has yet been decided.
The third of the series of "Pictures
of Womanhood" will be given by Pas
tor Harris next Sunday evening at the
Congregational church. The subject
will be "Choosing a Husband" founded
on the life of Rebecca. Th enlarging
audiences indicates the increasing in
terest that is being taken in these
studies. Rebecca is a favorite char
acter and next Sunday's offering will
be of special interest.
W. n. Marshal, who deals exclu
sively in Upper Valley land and who
has been spending the winter in Port
land and around the Sound making ar
rangements to attract people to the
Upper Valley, has returned to Hood
River on his way home. He states
that there is going to be much compe
tition in the land business throughout
the Pacific Northwest and that all dis
tricts arc hustling to..-attract new
Next Friday evening will be "Family
Night" at the First Christian church.
The parents are asked to come to
church with the children. Everybody
is expected, even father. Other
special subjects announced for the
week are, Wednesday, "Hypocrites,"
Thursday, "Can I Be Saved Outside
the Church?" Sunday, 11 A. M., "Why
We Observe the Lord's Day Instead of
the Sabbath." 7:30 P. M., "The Time
to Dance." The revival will continue
all of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moe 'returned
Sunday after a two weeks' visit in
southern California cities. While in
San Diego Mr. and Mrs. Moe went out
to Chula Vita and were the guests of
Mrs. Henry Crandall, who has a beaut
ifully ' located lemon ranch at that
place. Mrs. Crandall states that the
neighbors and especially .the Masons
were very kind during the last illness
of Capt. Crandall for which courtesies
and assistance she felt very grateful.
W. G. Dunbar was here the first of
the week representing the Howard
Automobile Co., of Portland.
. ON'T depend on the other fellow
for style; make him depend on
you. Don't think you' ve'got the
smartest looking clothes in town, un
til youVe seen all the clothes in town.
Don't think that because a suit is at
tractively priced that it will wear
satisfactorily find out first.
Be certain you get quality. Quali-
f 7oni- hoc port'f a rmv rvrViPV wnv
attractive and they've got to give 1
We'll be more thanpleased to display these clothes
for you. They're mighty good and smart.
5.00 to $20.00
By the additional help in our ollicc
of L. C. Simms, we are now in better
position to handle city and town pro
perty, and from now on will be as
active in disposing of city property as
we have been in our sales in the
valley. Up to the present time we
have been unable to give the city busi
ness our attention, but do not intend to
overlook this class of business. We
have now some prospective buyers,
that will take advantage of a bargain
if offered. We ask that owners who
have town or valley property for sale,
to let us know 1 price and terms. In
addition to the city's business, we wish
to go on record as being agents for
some of the leading Fire Insurance
companies, with records of paying
their losses promptly. G. Y. Edwards
& Co. Oflice Hotel Oregon Bldg.
Phone 228.
Raids Jap Gambling Joint.
Accompanied by Night Watchman
Henry Hickox, Marshal Robert Lewis
raided the Jap poolroom at the corner
of First and Oak Streets at an early
hour yesterday monring. The house
has been under suspicion for some
time. Former investigations have
been made but the Japs always man
aged to hide the evidence of any
game. However, yesterday morning,
when the door of the establishment
was broken open, a crowd of yellow
gamesters were seated around a table
playing "9 and 10." They were escort
ed to the lockup where they remained
until they could give bail this morning.
The proprietor was released on a $.ri0
bail, while the others were let off with
Death of Upper Valley Woman.
After a long illness, Mrs. Albert
Sandman, who has long been a resident
of the Upper Valley, died at her home
there at an early hour hist Friday
morning. A husband and several
children survive the deceased. Mrs.
Sandman's body was brought to this
city for burial. The funeral was con
ducted from the Church ot the Imma
culate Conception. Requiem High
Mass was celebrated by Father Pius,
who conducted th" services. The
interment was at the K. of P. Ceme
tery. Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our most since! i
thanks to the kind friends and neigh
bors who have been so constant in their
loving attention, and kind helpfulnes
during the illness and death of my be
loved wite and our daughter and sister
Matilda. This unremitting kindness
will never be forgotten while we live,
and the Lord will surely bless the kind
hearts who have thus helped us.
Mr. Hert sandman
Mrs. J. A. Mohr and family.
Masque Ball.
The masque ball, given last Tuesday
evening at the Odd Fellows' Hall, of
which Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanderbilt
were the host and hostess, was one of
the most pleasant social events of the
season. the hall was artistically
decorated in Japanese lanterns, Ameri
can flags and woven evergreen boughs.
The costumes of the guests were
gorgeous and of various designs. De
lightful refreshments were served.
The deferred meeting of the Hood
River Business Men's Association will
be held tomorrow at the rooms of the
Commercial Club.
The "officers of the organization
desire that the meeting be well attend
ed and urge all members to be present.
Some important business will receive
Seek's Lost Family.
Mrs. C. G. Jackson, of 430 Rodney
Ave.. Portland, Oregon, desires 'to
communicate with the family of John
.Smith, who died at Lewiston, Jduho,
July 20, 1910. Mr. Smith formerly
lved in Hood Kiver, where he raised a
large family. He was here on a visit
some six years ago.
Miss Lucy Freeman and Miss Ionia
Mc(irath, who have completed their
courses as trained nurses at kthe Cot
tage Hospital, have established head
puarters at the home of Dr. M. H.
Sharp and are ready to attend the calls
of the sick.
Mr. and Mrs. !E. W. Birge, who,
while spending the winter in Califor
nia, were called to Iowa on account of
the death of a relative, returned to
their ranch here yesterday.
E. A. Harris and R. R. Bartlett
made a trip to Portland the first of the
week in order to 'secure materials for
theconstruction of the new Congrega
tional church.
The fence 'has been taken down in
front of the Baptist church on the
Heights and a row of evergreens take
its place.
C. A. McCarger is spending the
winter in Los ngeles, California.
John Leland Henderson was here last
Sirrply a Question of Will Power and
Self Suggestion.
Ordinarily we do nut sleep by acci
dent ur haphazard. We simply resolve
to sleep, and self suggest ion plays a
great part in the pivdiirliuu of sleep.
We go through a variety of aelions,
(ill suggestive of a hangc from our
uoniuil waking iiaulii ion. We un
dress; we place ourselves In a com
fortable position; we dose our eyes;
tie believe and expect we are going to
sleep, and the result Is -sleep.
One of (he great preventiv es ufuleep
is the fear of not sleeping, but a writer
lu Harper's ltazar says that once this
fear Is broken down we sleep anyhow.
The insomniac worries about his in
somnia, and this very worry deepens
the mischief; hence the sufferer should
suggest to himself again and again,
"If I sleep, well; if I don't sleep, I
will at least gain rest by keeping my
mind calm and my body relaxed."
In a word, our chances of getting
Bleep Increase if we assume the ex
ternal physical attitude which corre
sponds to sleep If we relax every
muscle and let It stay relaxed, if we
breathe lightly and regularly, if we
call up the Imagination of a Bleeping
person and talk and think sleep to
ourselves, repeating silently and In n
quiet, dreamy fashion such a formula
as this:
"Then Is no reason why I should
not sleep. Therefore I can sleep.
Therefore I will sleep. My mind Is at
peace. Sleep Is coming. I am getting
sleepy. I am about to sleep. 1 urn
John Newcomb Wai a Close Observer
and W. Hard to Suit.
The sister of Pinion Newcomb, the
great astronomer, tells In McClure's
of their father's John Neweomb's wan
derings in search of a wife, whom bo
had decided to select In accordance
with scientific theories:
"John Newcomb stopped at farm
houses for bis refreshment, and In
each house, if there was a daughter of
marriageable age, he tarried perhaps
a day or even longer to make a study
of the maiden. He always made him
self 'handy' about the place, drawing
up water with the great well sweep,
bringing In firewood doing anything
that ho could do and still keep near
the daughter
"Disappointment met him at every
door. At one house the cooking was
r, lit another the house was not
neatly kept, at a third there was scold
ing or fault finding, a want of har
mony and In all the maidens a lack
of desire for learning or education.
One young woman little knew by what
a narrow margin she missed her fate.
All whs going smoothly till, when she
was molding the dough for the baking
pans, ho noticed that a considerable
portion of the dough was left In the
wooden kneading trough, lie asked
her the reason for this, and her reply
was that she left It for the horse be
cause he was fond of It. She always
did this, she said; there was plenty.
'Want of thrift," decided the young
man, and he shouldered his bundle and
walked on."
Told Who He Was.
Dr. Headon, a former rector In F.l
thani, Kent, Kngliind, one Sunday
preached from the text "Who art
thou?" After reading it he made a
pause for the congregation to reflect
upon the words, when a man in mili
tary dress who at that Instant was
marching very sedately up the mlddlo
aisle of the church, supposing it a
question addressed to him, replied, "I
nm, sir, an olllcer of the Sixteenth
regiment of foot on a recruiting party
here, and, having brought my wife
nnd family with me, I am come to
church becauso I wished to be ac
quainted with the neighboring clergy
aud gentry." This so deranged the
divine and astonished the congrega
tion that tlx-? sermon was concluded
with considerable dilllciilty.
Water coloi panning w as. gi ailna im
raised from the hard, dry xtj ot Ho
eighteenth century to Its present Lril
Uancy by the efforts of Nicholson, Cop
ley, Sauley liud others. The Water
Color society's exhibitions began lu
1800 and may be said to mark the real
beginning of modern water color paint
ing. The great master, If not creator,
of the art was the celebrated Turner,
of "whom we read so much In the
works of John Ituskla.-Exchange.
-Q F
We have opened a new CIRCULATING
LIBRARY ALL our stock of NEW
Thrown Open to the people
2c per day or 50c per month
Just the chance to read the new books
for almost nothing : : : : :
..Slocom's Book and Art Store..
Cross Cut Saws
Falling Saws
One Man Saws
Falling Axes
Swamping Axes
Chopping Axes
Falling Wedges
Splitting Wedges
Splitting Sledges
Saw Sets
Cant Hooks
Brush Hooks
Splitting Bars
Powder Spoons
Three Foot Augers
Log Chains
Carborundum Grinders
Lubricating Oils
Franz Hardware Co.
An Invitation
The Doors of the New
5-10-15 CENT STORE
Will Swing Open
Saturday Morning at 10 O'clock
You are invited to come and see the many new
things and the new store.
Among other interesting things we will offer
A Big Granitware Special
Best quality-big pieces-all priced at 15 Cents.
You cannot afford to miss this important event.
Heilbronner Bldg.