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HOOD RIVER GLACIER THURSDAY, Jl'LY 22. 1915
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; BRIEF LOCAL MENTION
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8boM made or repaired at Johnsep's
R. W. Kelly spent Sunday in Oregon
City with relatives.
Have your tires set by L. V. Prin-oll
Cascade Avenue. jn:'4t,
George Stranahan was a business
visitor in Portland over the week end.
16 inch dry wood for sale. ft.50 per
cord cash jl. livered ; phone 2171. jystf
Mrs. A. M. Curtis has been at Dee
visiting her brother.
II your shoes have gone wrong lake
them to Johnsen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clarke, of Park
dale, have been visiting at Tillamook.
Have your tires set by L. V. Priseol'l,
Cascade Avenue. juiUtf
Mrs. Zephra McNeil left last week
for Oklahoma City.
16 Inch dry wood (or sale. 4.50 per
cord cash delivered ; phone 2171. jytf
G. Faulkner left last week for
Grand Junction, Colo.
If you want shoes that don't go
wrong go to Jobnsen's.
W. a Rose left last week for Grand
W. C. Clark left Sunday for Cascade
Locks, where he will visit relatives.
Harley Davidson motor cycles at 213
A. F. Howes has opened an office in
the Broaius building.
Talk with Reed & Henderson about
Insurance of all kinds. Money to loan
on first class farm property. in-nf
Miss Georgiana Slocom spent the
week end at The Dalles visiting .Miss
For prompt service bring your films
to us. We develop and print everv day
Slocom & Can field Co.
W. L. Mason was down from his Up
per Valley home. last Saturday on busi
ness. Mortgage loans readily made on Hood
River farms of approved securities.
Heed & Henderson. jy22tf
' Dr. Brosius and son, Este Brosius,
made a trip to Portland over the Co
lumbia river highway lust week.
Talk with Reed & Henderson about
Insurance of all kinds. Money to limn
on first clans farm property. m4tf
Born To Mr. and Mrs. H. Patton,
Wednesday, July 14, twin sons. One
of the infants died shortly after birth.
Wilmer Sieg and A. W. Stone at
tended a meeting of fruit growers at
White Salmon last week.
E. E. Lyons, of Forest Grove, for
merly a Hood River resident, was here
last week visiting friends.
On films left up to 4 p. in., prints will
be ready for delivery at I p. in. the fol
lowing day Slocom & Canlield Co.
S. W. Hilyer, of the Standifer-Clark-son
Co. at Sonny, was in the city last
Friday on business.
C. H. Castner was in Seattle last
week to participate in the festivities of
M. R. Noble spent Sunday at Wyeth
visiting the family of his daughter,
Mrs. George Stokoe.
W. H. Guild, assistant superinten
dent of transportation of the O.-W. K.
& N. Co., was at the local office last
Mrs. Geo. Hinish and little daughter,
after a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Wilson, have returned to
her borne in The Dalles.
We deliver pies, bread, pastries. Qual
ity and cleanliness our motto. Blue
Ribbon Bakery, Wall & Gerhard, Props,
phone 2373. j)22tf
Miss Mae Lange, who is employed by
the Libby, McNeil and Libby cannery
at The Dalles, was here last week vis
The following men and boys left last
Friday for the eastern Oregon harvest
fields: I. S. Ward. Leo Whorlow, 0.
W. H. Bode and G. R. Mulford.
Miss Pansy Love, of Spokane, has
been herd visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Hill. Miss Love is a niece of Mrs.
We want your trade on bread, pies,
pastries, cakes. Call 2373 and your or
der will be promptly delivered. Blue
Ribbon Bakery. jy22tf
Bert Van Horn and H. Winter Davis,
New York apple merchants, were here
last week looking over the local orch
ards. Bert Van Horn is a brother of
Willis Van Horn, of the East Side.
Rev. U. S. Crowder, of Wasco, who
had been in Seattle to attend the
Shriners' convention, while en route
home, stopped off here last Friday
mornig to greet.local friends.
W. B. Rine, of Underwood, was in
the city last Frfday on business. Mr.
Rine, whose house burned last year, is
rebuilding. Dobson & McLucas will
construct the fireplace at the new
To trade for Hood River ranches $25,
000 worth of property in Oregon and
Washington, encumbrance $2,600; stock
ranch in Wallowa County, value $26,000
encumbrance $1,600 ; will trade for Hood
River property encumbrance equal to
above. Reed & Henderson. iy22tf
A HOOD RIVER BOY
whose mural canvasses and paintings of western life have
been receiving marked recognition in San Francisco.
Mr. Struck will show 12 paintings to be exhibited later
in San Francisco
Heilbronner Hall, Tuesday evening, July 17
General Admission 50c
Tickets on sale at Clarke's Drug Store
Apple City Electric
Hood River, Ore.
Mrs. A. G. Smith, of Sonny, was in
the city last Friday shopping.
Commissioner Hawkes spent the first
of the week ia Portland on business.
Mrs. F. E. Newby was in Portland
visiting frienda the first of the week. t
Mrs. Alice Stalnaker was in Portland
visiting friends over the week end.
Fred Coshow spent ithe latter part
of last week in Portland.
Alvab Hardman was in the city last'
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tt on ousiness.
Miss Fiances Bragg is spending her
vacation at Seaside.
H. S. Burpee, of the Upper Valley,
was a business visitor in the eity the
first of the week.
Oscar Vanderbilt was in Portland
on business the latter part of last
Mrs. W. B. Dyer spent the latter
part.of last week in Portland visiting
Mrs. A. Osburn and Miss Maude
Rahles left last Thursday for Portland.
Mrs. Osburn will visit in Astoria be
fore returning to the valley.
The Dreamland Pavilion is now the
scene of enjoyable dances on Wednes
day and Saturday evenings. Plan your
good times accordingly.
Why cook during the summer months?
You can get just as good bread, pies and
pastries as mother ever made by calling
2373, Blue Ribbon Bakery. jy'JL'ti
Frank Davenport has been suffering
from awrenched knee, sustained last
week when he accompanied the party
carrying trout fry to Lake Watum.
Miss Virginia Johnson and Miss
Madge Otis spent Sunday at Govern
ment Camp with a party of Mazamas.
They climbed Mount Hood from the
Mrs. W. H. Crowell and daughter,
Barbara, after a visit here with her
sister, Mrs. A. F. Howes, and family,
returned to their home in Portland last
C. D. Thompson, local county school
superintendent, who has been in Salem
attending to'dutiesof the State Exam
ining Board, of which he is a member,
has returned home.
Mrs. L. A. Henderson and little
daughter, Miriam, returned last Friday
from Oregon City, where they had been
visiting Mrs. Henderson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Caufield.
After a visit of two weeks Mrs. A.
E. Luthrop and little daughter re
turned from Portland Sunday, accom
panied by Mr. Lathrop, who journeyed
to the Rose City for the trip home
with his family.
Mrs. William P. McLaren and son,
Arnold, after a visit with Mr. McLar
en s mother and sister, returned to
their home in Seattle last Friday. Mr.
McLaren, who had been here, returned
eariler in the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cook are now
residing at Santa Rosa, Calif. Mr. and
Mrs. Cook, former Hood River resi
dents, state that they still enjoy fol
lowing the destinies of Hood River
through the Glacier.
Miss Harriet Miller, of Aurora, Ind.,
and Miss Madge Taylor, of Louisville,
Ky., whilo en route to the California
fairs, stopped here last week for a vis
it with the JonhsonB and Cursors, and
other frienda and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William McCormach, of
Pendleton, while en route home from
the California fairs, passed through
the city last Thursday, having motored
up over the Columbia highway in their
Jospeh A. Wilson writes from Indi
ana, fa., where he is now residing, re
newing his subscription to the Glacier.
His son, Kinports, who visited with his
father when the latter resided here, is
now on a tour of the west and will be
in Portland July 30.
Geo. R. Castner, who is'now located
at Pentictou, B. C, wherehe is in the
employ of the provincial government
working to eradicate apple pests, was
here last week visiting the family of
his son, Chas. H. Castner, and his
The Fourth Quarterly Conference of
Aabury M. E. church will be held at
the church this evening at 8 o'clock.
All members of the conference are
urged to be in attendance promptly, as
matters of importance are to be at
The Vogue millinery, as formerly
stated, has not moved. This place of
business, operated by Miss Wray, re
mains in the Bartrr.ess building. The
millinery establishment of Mrs. Roy
Dean, however, will move about Aug
ust 1 to the Heilbronner building.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Edging
ton, of Sisters, Ore., at the home of
Mr. Edgington's father, Dr. Jesse
Edgington, of this city, on Friday
evening, July 16, a son. Dr. Edging
ton was in town Saturday morning a
halo of a smile on his features it was
his first grandson.
Accompanied by his father who went
as far as Portland, where the boy took
the steamer Beaver for San Francisco,
Curtis, 15 year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Gould, of the Odell district, left
yesterday for the Panama-Pacinc In
ternational exposition. the lad is
making the trip with money earned by
himself this summer.
Ever Ready Flash Lights
Columbia Dry Cells for Autos
Electric Cooking Apparatus
for the hot weather
Vacuum Sweeper for rent
Shop, Third Street
E. S. COLBY, Mr.
Jubilee Week Special
Shantung Pongee, extra OQ
quality, yard JC
V.m Are cordially invited to take part in our D-. AM 4.1t sO Our Rest Room and Premium Parlors
Ynil JUBILEE GUESSING CONTEST. rSrflP VlPrPflnMlP I iO is the coolest place In town. Use
1 uu See our window display for the details. u8& AUV1 vUiilli VV jt and be comrortabie
Mr. ind Mrs. J. A. English left last
lhursday for Marshlield, where they
will make their future home.
Miss Stella Bown, of Kellogg, Idaho.
s here visiting her sister, Mrs. M. 11.
B. L. Murphy has left for Prescott,
Wash., where he will be stationed for
the next month attending to business.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Caldwell, of the Odell district, Satur
day, July 17, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Page and son.
Bernard, motored to The Dalles Satur
R. H. Weber spent the week end here
with his daughter, Mrs. Harold Sexton,
Mr. and Mrs. William Keeling were
down from the Upper Valley Monday
to attend to matters of business.
Canby Relief Chirps will hold their
nnual picnic at the home of Mrs. A.
O. Anderson in Oak Grove today.
L. G. Deschler and daughter, Doro
thy, of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting
A. Deschler and family at Hoosier
The ladies of the First Christian
church will be hostesses at a social on
the lawn of S. Copple tomorrow even
ing at 7.45.
Burn To Mr. and Mrs. Rov E. Cre-
son, cf the Central Vale district, at the
Cottage hospital, Monday, July 12, a
J. N. McKinnel, of Portland, who is
now traveling for the International
Correspondence School, was here the
tirst of the week visiting friends.
Mrs. E. J. Csrnenter. of Portland.
mother of Mrs. C. H. Henney, has
been here visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Bartmess.
H. M. Huxley left Monday for Seat
tle, where he will attend to business
tor the rruit Growers Exchange with
which he is now connected.
Mrs. E. B. London, Miss Elizabeth
London and Jack London, passed
through the city the firet of the week
en route to the London & Powers ranch
n the Upper Valley.
Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Davidson, accompanied by their daugh
ter, Miss Helen, Miss Marie Breedy
nd Mrs.W. L. Clark, motored down to
Portland over the Columbia river high
way. Laat Sunday evening Prof. Curtiss
(Joe, of the Baptist college at Mc-
Minnville, occupied the pulpit at the
Heights Baptist church. He delivered
most eloquent 'sermon on Christian
education and described the all round
work done at the Baptist institution
as being one of the highest merit.
Mrs. Chas. F. LasserT, of St. Louis,
Mo., who has been here visiting, her
daughter, Mrs. J. L. Kutterfield, has
left for her home. Mrs. Lassen, who
pent last Wednesday in Portland, the
trip having been made by boat, was
delighted with the Columbia river
scenery. She declares that she has
never had so delightful a visit as here
n the Hood River valley in the heart
of the Casades.
Joe Dabney, who has been at Mid
way, Cant., lor the past two years
engaged on the oil properties of his
uncle, returned home last week. "I
stopped at San Francisco on the way
up, said Mr. Dabney, and I want to
say that Hood River certainly has the
finest display, taking into consideration
the size of the community, at the en
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Week, of the
Upper Valley near Parkdale, who have
spent the past year at the Hardman
ranch, lert lhursday lor the exposi
tion. After spending several weeks at
the fair and at Los Angeles they .will
leave for Kansas and spend several
weeks with relatives. From there they
go to their permanent home at W
bash, ind. Mr. and Mrs. Week are
wondeifully delighted with the golden
west, especially the Hood Kiver valley.
A number or Hood Kiver people vis
ited Mitchell Point Sunday. J. L.
Morrison, F. E. Jackson, John Baker
nd A. C. Lender journeyed down on
the O.-W. R. & N. local and walked
back to Hood River. Mr. and Mrs
Percy M. Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R.
Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McClain
and heir families and Mr. and Mrs. A
L. Page stopped at Sonny and walked
to Viento, where they caught the 9.15
eastbound train. None of the evening
trains stop at bonny.
The ladies dressed in trousers and all
hiking along in free and easy style, the
following party left early Tuesday
morning on a hike for Portland over
the Columbia river highway: Mra. C.
H. Henney, R. B. Bragg. Miss Kitty
Bragg, George Bragg, i. Bartmess,
Misses Aldine and Marie Sartmess and
Helen Cox. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cul
berson took the train Tuesday morn
ing and met the hikers at Cascade
Locks, accompanying them from that
Doint. Donald N'ckelsen joined them
at his home west of the city.
The following party motored to Cloud
Cap Inn Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. C. H
Castner, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Sletton
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Keir, Mr. and Mrs
A. D. Ramsay, Mrs. , Florence
Schmeltzer, G. A. Molden and Mr. and
Mrs. D. G. Cruiksbank. Most of the
members of the party climbed to the
top of Cooper spur. No one was
more enthusiastic over the strenuous
feat than Mrs. Castner, who declares
that it was worth the effort. The day
was clear and a hne view of the sur
rounding country was obtained.
Jubilee Week Special
Men's $5 to $G Pan
H&C Stamp Savers, Jubilee, Free Gift, and Get
Acquainted Week, July 23rd to 29th
To demonstrate the great and worth-while saving possibilities we offer through
the "S&H" Stamps, we will hold open house all over the store.
To make it interesting we will hold a guessing contest (no purchases necessary
in order to join in'this contest) just ask our sales people for slip on which to make
your estimate of the number of cancelled stamp books in ourwindowd guess only)
We Will Give Absolutely Free
1st nearest guess a 3 book premium; 2nd a 2 book premium; 3rd a 1 book premium
"Double H?K Stamps" on all Cash Purchases, Jubilee Week
' Born-To Mr. and Mrs. W. L Walker
lhursday, July 15, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foust are in the
Willamette valley visiting f rierils.
Geo. W. Thomson and family motored
to Portland Monday.
Postmaster J. P. Lucas was in Stev
enson, Wash., over the week end on
H. 11. Hadlock land family, uf Bel-
ingham, Wash., were here last week
Wiile en route to Mt. Hood from
Prineville, Mrs. G. B. Welch called at
the J. II. Gerdes home last week.
Miss Ruby Manuel, from Nebraska,
spent the week end here visiting Dr.
nd Mrs. V. K. Abraham.
J. A. Epping waB in The Dalles Tues-
ay. He is organizing a vocal class in
the neighboring city.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Clark are at
Lake Lytle, where they will spend the
summer at their cottage.
Miss Eleanor Goodrich, of Salem, has
been here visiting Rev. and Mrs. Mor
Mr. and Mrs. George Partis have re
turned from Yamhill, where they vis
ited the family of A. C. Lofts.
Alva L. Day has been in I. vie this
week wiring one of the school buildings
Mrs. C. C. Nepple, Miss Olive Nep-
pie and Mrs. J. W. lngalls journeyed
down to Mitchell Point Tuesday.
A. 0. Anderson and family and W.
, Nichols and family motored to Cloud
Cap Inn Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith are in As
toria, where Mr. Smith is attending to
Robert Walstrom has left for Minne
poliB. Mrs, Walstrom accompanied
him to Portland.
Miss Bess Healy. of Minneapolis,
who has been here visiting her sister,
Mrs. C. W. Hooker, left for her home
Mrs. Minor and children, of White
Salmon, after a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Kent A. Shoemaker, and family,
left Monday for Pennsylvania.
Mr, and Mrs. D. R. Norton and chil
ren, of Portland, are here visiting
Mrs. Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Dubson is at Goldendale doing
concrete work for the Transfer & Liv-
rv Co.. which is now engaged on a
big road contract in Kilckitat county.
O. E. Gruhl, who has been operating
a jewelry and watch repairing shop in
the othce of A. W. unthank, lelt lues-
day for Portland.
Mrs. J. A. Roberts and her daughter.
Miss Kita, of Portland, are at 'langle
wood visiting her father, C. G. Hub
After a visit with the family of his
daughter, Mrs. Kay W. Sinclair, S. C.
Miller has.returned to hia home in Chi
cago. City prices on developing at Slocom
& Canfield's. Film cartridges all Bizes,
10 cents each; film packs, 20 cents. Let
us have your work.
City prices on developing at Slocom
& Canfield'B. Film cartridges, all
sizes, 10 cents each; film packs, 20
cents. Let us have your work.
Geo. Palmer Putnam, private secre
tary to Governor Withycomue, and Dr,
R. Lee Steiner, superintendent of the
Oregon asylum, passed through the city
on a motor trip Monday.
Mrs. EW. Sweany will entertain
this evening in honor of her cousin,
Miss Bess Eleanor roster, of Ham
mond, Ind,. and Miss Alice See, the
latter the new county librarian.
Mrs. E. E. Savage returned to her
home in Portland Monday after visits
in Hood River with Mrs. Frank Button,
Mrs. S. F. Blythe, Mrs W. G. Snow
and Mrs. R. D. Gould.
H. F. Davidson. Wilmer Sieg and A
W. Stone were in White Salmon Mon
day to participate in the farewell party
given Homer G. Day, retiring manager
of the fruit sales agency of the neigh
Mrs. Charles H. Castner, chairman
of the civic committee of the Oregon
btate federation of Woman a clubs.
has been appointed a member of the
civic committee of the general federa
Mrs. Herbert Ethrom, of Hermiston,
s here viisting her sister, Mrs. A. W.
Isbell. Mrs. Isbell has just returned
from Hermiston, where she attended
the golden wedding celebiation of her
Little Miss Pauline Yeon. dauehter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Yeon, celebrated
her seventh birthday Sunday. Little
Miss Yeon was made happy, when her
father presented her with a pair of
Shetland ponies and a little rig. Mr
Yeon, his father, J. B. Yeon, Sr., and
a cousin, Mrs. La rontaine, of Canada
were here for the birthday party.
Miss Katherine Arnold arrived Tues
day at the home of her brother. Hob
mer Arnold, in Barrett, for a visit of
two weeks. Miss Mina Keer. dean of
Milwaukee-Downer college, Milwaukee,
Wis., is with Miss Arnold and they
nave come to tne coast over the can
adian Pacific, stopping at points of in
terest in the Canadian Rockies, and
also made the tourist trip to Alaska
Upon leaving Hood River they will
visit the Panama-Pacific exposition
Santa Barbara and the San Diego ex
position, returning to Milwaukee by the
Jubilee Week Special
$1.2T Ladies 16 button
Silk Ci loves .
Manager McKay, of the Fruit Grow
ers Exchange, is in Seattle attending
to matters of business.
Rev. II. A. MacDonald and family
are at Cannon Bench, where theyjare
enjoying a vacation.
II. P. Allen and family motored down
to Portland over the Columbia highway
the first of the week.
Dr. K. C. Brosius and family left
last Saturday on an automobile tour of
Rev. A. E. Marnamara underwent an
lie. a tion at a Portland hospital last
week for the removal of his tonsils.
Mrs. C. I). Ilinrichs. who is ill at a
Portland hospital, is reported as very
Mrs. R. H. Bartlett and children, of
Astoria, are here visiting the family
f Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Morse.
Geo. L. Baker and a party of Port
and people motored to Hood River over
the Columbia highway the latter part
of last week. '
Acronmanied bv Misses A. F. and R.
D. Perkins and Miss M. Emilio, Mrs.
E. V. Emilio, of Salem, Mass., has ar-
ived for a visit with her son. S. G.
Emilio, of Dee.
Miss Bertha Masters has returned to
her home in Portland after a visit at
the home of Prof. C. D. Thompson.
VV. H. Masters, her brother, has been
visiting the Thompson family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moe returned
Tuesday morning from a visit with Mr.
Moe's brother, H. G. Moe, and wife, of
Dayton, Wash. While away Mr. and
Mrs. Moe enjoyed an extended motor
Mrs. George StranahBn and Mrs.
James Stranahan and children have
left for Cannon Beach where they will
spend tha hot days at Spruce cottage.
C. 11. Stranahan returned home Mon
day. Malte Dukes, who is now connected
with the Multnomah county juvenile
court, was here the first of the week
visiting his mother and escorting to
Portland the three boys captured here
while running away.
New officers of Laurel Rebekah lodge
were installed Monday evening as fol
lows: Orva Wiley, N. G. ; Clara Colby,
V.G. ; Meda Carter, Sec; Winifred
McLucas, treas. The members made
an enjoyable occasion oi the installa
tion. Prof. II. P. Bares and Prof. H. S
Jackson, of the Oregon Agricultural
College, were here yesterday visiting
the local branch of the State Experi
ment Station. The latter will sever
his connection with the O. A. C. this
fall and go to Pardue university.
Geo. D. Full, agency director for the
Western States ;Life Insurance Co.,
was a visitor in Hood River on Mon
day. This is not only one of the strong
est companies, but is making the most
rapid growth of any company in the
wset. A. W. Onthank has accepted
the local agency.
The largest party ever to reach the
summit of Mount Hood intact in fact
the second party ever to accomplish
this feat aBcended the mountain from
Government camp Sunday. There were
31 in the party among them Miss Madge
Otis and Miss Virginia Johnson. An
unusual condition prevailed on the
mountain. Not a breath of air was
stirring and the climbers peeled off
coats and sweater vests usually found
comfortable at the great altitude.
Recently a crippled hen pheasant
stole up from the bottom lands of the
Columbia and made her way into the
waiting room of the O.-W. R. at N
passenger station. Agent Fredricy saw
the bud. and after an examination
found one of her wings to be broken
He gently took her back to the jungles
But in less than half an hour she had
returned. Mr. Fredricy then took the
pheasant to Mrs. C. A. Bell, who
placed it in a coop back of the Mt.
Hood hotel. Despite the best of care
it died after a short time.
Childs Makes Recommendations
Codling moth larvae of the first gen
eration are now leaving the fruit n
large numbers. These worms estab
lish themselves under the bark on the
trunks of the trees where they undergo
several changes and will emerge as
moths in about 10 days. After their
emergence as adult insects egg laying
soon takes place. In view of this fact
it will'be well to start spraying about
the first of August. The application
should all be on the trees by the 8th or
Where the worms occur in large num
bers it is well to spray the trees thor
oughly, foliage as well as fruit, as our
experiments carried on this year seem
to indicate that the young hatching
worms feed to some extent on the foil
age before attacking the fruit. If
poison is present on this foliage the
worm is killed at this point and
"stune" aoole is avoided.
Growers who so desire can readily
mix the arsenate of lead with Bordeaux
Ellis Home Burned
The Oak Grove home of Guy Ellis
the fire thought to have been started
by the explosion of a gasoline stove,
was destroyed by fire Monday morning
Practically all of the household goods
and furniture were lost. Unfortunately
no insurance was carried.
Glacier Stamps always print and are
durable as well as attractive.
Jubilee. Week Special
CTtc Hemstitched Linen
Eight Children Christened
With a large number of the friends
and relative of.the children present a
christening picnic was enjoyed Sunday
at the home of Mi. and Mrs. E. II.
Shcpard, on Brookside Drive. In the
r. . ,
church, where Rev. E. A. Macnamara
conducted the solemn baptismal cere
mony. The following children were chris
tened: Ann Werten Haver. Olivia
Failing, Elsie Failing, Henrietta and
Lucy Burpee Shepard, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard; Janis and Doris
Gould, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R.D.
Gould, and Edward Burpee, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Burpee, of Portland.
Mrs. Burpee, Miss Olive Failing,
Mrs. Shepard '8 sister, and her mother,
Mrs. Edward Failing, all of Portland,
were here for the event.
Mrs. King Interests Yakima
Speaking of the lecture given by
Mrs. M. E. King, the O.-W. K. & N.
expert who will be at the Commercial
club tomorrow afternoon, W. R. Skey
Interest very keen. One of the
ery best and most interesting meet
ings that we have had since leaving
North Yakima. A very warm day, yet
Mrs. King held her audience for three
hours without any signs of uneasiness.
Practically all of the ladies remained
fter the meeting to meet Mrs. King
nd congratulate her on the good work
he is doing. She is simply swamped
with words of praise. Several of the
ladies also mentioned the generosity of
the Company in sending Mrs. King
long the line and evidently appreci
Apple's Family Makes Inquiries
Chief of Police Carson has received
nquiries from members of the family
of Harry C. Apple, who left. here about
May 20, supposedly to return to his
home in Muncie, Ind. As will be re
membered, Apple during the early
pring confessed to Mr. Carson that he
had committed forgeries at hia home
five years before. He asked to be re
turned to face the charges. Answers
to inquiries by Marshal Carson re
vealed the fact that the charges
against the man had been dropped and
that he was free to return to his wife
to whom he had not written since he
became a refugee.
P. G. Grange Starts Innovation
The members of the Pine Grove
grange have started something new.
Beginning tomorrow afternoon at three
o'clock a juvenile dancing class will be
taught the intricacies of the art of
Terpischore by Mrs. R. E. Scott, jib
sisted by Miss Joy Mason and others,
Children of members of the grange.
over six yeais of uge, will be taught
free of charge. All desiring to obtain
further particulars are asked to call
up members of . the committee, com
posed of Mrs. C. P.. Cflion. Mrs. W. G.
Stanton and Mrs. C. K. Benton.
Ford Sales Continue
Sales of Fords to local people by the
Columbia Auto & Machine Co. con
tinue. L. II. Goodenberger reports that
Warren Miller and K. H. Green have
each purchased touring cars of the pop
The number of local Ford -owners is
slowly approaching the 100 mark. Hood
Kiver people since the Columbia river
highway has been opened have never
known that there were as many Fords
in existence as have passed through
the city. Residents of Cascade avenue
have lost count of the cars on a single
Heilbronner Buys River Sites
"The statement in the Portland
Journal of last Thursday evening ia er
roneous," says J. H. Heilbronner. "It
was said that I was securing power
sites along the Hood river for the Pa
cific Power & Light Co. I will admit
that I have bought and am negotiating
for power sites. However, my deal
ings are for a private individual. As
to whether he is connected with the
Pacific Power & Light Co. I Jdo not
know. Further statements about mv
deals I am not at liberty at present to
Ravlin Wants Exhibits
R. IE. Scott has received a letter
from C: N. Ravlin, who asks all local
people having fruits or vegetables to
be exhibited with possible hopes of
awards to send them to him as avail
able. Mr. Ravlin has asked L. LaFranque,
whose delicious cantaloupes are re
membered by all in the city, to forward
a crate of the melons to the fair.
Kirk patrick Improves
R. M. Kirkpatrick, who waa taken tq
Pendleton last week for treatment, his
mind having become affected from heat
prostration, ia reported improving.
Hopes are held out that Mr. Kirkpat
rick will be cured within the course of
a month or two.
Truitt Goes Free
Frank Truitt. who was taken to Port
land last week to face a charge of al
leged larceny, after trial was cleared
of the charge. Ho has returned to the
Jubilee Week Special
Nos. 22 to 60 Satin Rib
$1.50, $1.75 men's white, duck
and crash trousers or
special . l.tjD
$1 suit, B.V.D. shirts & JQ
drawers, the suit I OC
75c Ladies Coverall Ap- J Q
rons, special iiC
$5 Ladies blue and Q JQ
gray serge skirts . 0tU
To $2.25 Ladies Sum- f on
mer Dresses I JO
$3.50 Ladies Panama no
Hats, special .., l0
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II.NS, FIRS AM FEATHERS
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ictiiii7 niiii iiirir imujip, Willie Uu UBI
periences. The Glacier will be very glad
to have fishermen and hunters give an
account of their exieriences to this
column of the paper. If you bear a
story or a good joke, report it.)
Miss Wilms Thomson now has one of
the moat novel pets in the city. Last
week, while the Thomsons were on a
recreation trip, a young sparrow hawk
was captured. The young bird now sita
contentedly on a post in the Thomson
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Blanchar enioved
a visit at the home of G. A. Clough on
the East Fork Sunday. Mr. Blanchar
caught some fine trout. However, luck
was against him. He left his car near
the Clough place, havine shorn off ona
of the wheels of the machine.
J.H. Fredricv waa on the Hood river
Sunday. He caught 24 fin fish and
Ray R. Imbler. of the rontofflce. and
son, Malcolm, returned Wednesday of
ast week from a week's fishine triD
on the Lake Branch, where they 'had
lots or tun and caught lots of fish.
Mr. and Mra. Harrv T. DeWittsnent
Sunday at Camp Minnehaha, Mr. De
Witt spending a portion of the day
nsmng. He had the good luck to hook
and land a 33-inch ateelhead.
Lieutenant Hal Dabney. graduate of
West Point, who ii here on furloueh.
with his brother. Arthur Dabney. ia
spending a two weeks' vacation on tha
headwaters of the West Fork.
Attention Called to Play Ground
It has been brought to our attention
that there are still people in Hood
River who do not know that we have a
free public playground. More than 70
different children enjoyed it last week,
and we should be glad to see more.
U the little girls will bring a small
doll and some scraps of goods they will
he taught something of sewing. We
also read to them when it is too warm
to play and have a new basket ball for
games. All come and enjoy the play
ground from 2 to 6 every afternoon ex
cept Sunday. A young lady ia in
Fire Losses in Rood River Numerous
We have had more losses this year to
dale than in any year heretofore. Haz
ards oi lire are increasing; especially are
they greater this time of year. We find
many instances in both city and country
where no tire insurance is carried. Al
ways after the tire there are a few peo
ple in the immediate neighborhood who
think of fire insurance, and some take
out policies. But why wait lor the fire,
it might have Iwen vou who burned out
instead of your neighbor.
In the alley your barns are full of
new hay, your blooded stock is in there
at nights. Why take the chance? Take
out a policy today. Reed & Henderson,
inc., phone 1331. jylott
Sealed bids will be received at Wveth,
Oregon, by the undersigned Clerk of
School District No. 15, until 7 p. m.,
July 24, 1M15, for the building of an ad
ditional room to the school house. Plans
and specifications may be obtainable at
the residence of Mr. A. C. Peetel, Wyeth
Oregon. The Board of Directors re
serves the right to reject any and all bids
GEO. W. STOKOE,
Hood River's Oldest Home Razed
The old home of William Penn Wat
son, who over 40 years ago purchased
property from Henry Coe, one of the
founders of the town, is being razed by
J. F. Batchelder, the present owner,
who is preparing to erect a modern
bungalow on the spot. The home place
of Mr. and Mrs. Batchelder, occupied
the past winter by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Root, is on the site formerly occupied
ny the tamiiy of Mr. Coe.
Tuesday Warm Day
Yes, it was hot. E. W. Birge reports
a maximum temperature of 97 degrees
for Tuesday. The humidity was great
er than unusual, thunder storms threat
ening, and many beads of perspiration
Dobson's Sweet Peas Fine
Mrs. Joe Dobson could take laurels
with the handsome sweet peas now
blooming at her home. A bouquet of
the beautiful flowers left at the Gla
cier office Tuesday created numerous
Slocom & Canlield Reduce Charges
Slocom & Can fie Id have reduced
charges for developing films. Hereaf
ter all film cartridges will be developed
for 10 cents ; film packs 20 centa. This
price is as low aa an; charge to b
found In the cities.