The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, May 13, 1920, Image 4

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HOOD RIVER GLACIER. TflTRSDA Y, MAY 13, 1020
SUPT. L. B. GIBSON
MAKES STATEMENT
AT THE THEATRES
1
Close Your Eyes
And Imagine
You Will Never See Again
YOU MAY THEN REALIZE
WHAT IT MEANS
TO BE BLIND
&e Liberty
Friday and Saturday, May 14-15
CONSTANCE BINNEY
in
The Stolen Kiss
also a
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon Comedy
Sunday, May 16
FRANK MAYO
in
k
CZJOEZDl
Burnt Wing's
and a Hilly West Comedy
"The Chief Cook"
Also a Burton Holmes Travelog
Help the Unfortunate Blind cf Oregon
by Providing a State Industrial
and Employment Bureau
VOTE 316 X YES ON BALLOT
STATE ELECTION
MAY 21st
Tliis BpftC6 paid for by Citizens' Committer from
funds derived from public entertainment in Portland.
Dr. T. L. Perkins, Medical BMff., Portland, Chairman;
Oscar W. Home, Secretary.
Monday and Tuesday, May 17-18
DOROTHY PHILLIPS
Which Do 0
You Need 5
Corona Dry
Arsenate of Lead
Black Leaf 40
Misciblc Oil
Lime and Sulphur
Alfalfa & Clover Seed
Implements
WE HANDLE THE FULL LINE OF THE
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO.
HOOD RIVER FRUIT CO.
in
Paid in Advance
Aftothor f those big (fort hem
Stories like "The Spoilers" Flame of
the Yukon.
A big special attraction with a won
derful star anil supporting CSlt, also
Two Reel Comedy
tad
Topics of the Day.
Adults, 35c. Children, 20c
Wednesday and Thursday
May 19 and 20
TAYLOR HOLMES
The. Star of "Nothing Bat the Truth"
will lie ibown in another
delightful comedy
"The Very Idea"
Also 2-recl Christie Comedy
"Sallie's Blighted Carreer"
Friday and Saturday, May 21-22
OLIVE THOMAS
To the people of Hood River county
un a'.'i-ouni ol some criss-cross cur
rents in school utTairs people have been
asking me questions touching on the
county superintendent of schools.
I he public has a right to know any
thing it wants to know about public
affairs, so if I can shed a ray of fight
I shall do so.
Given life and health I hone to con
tmue in the county superintendence
until alter the school fair in septem
ber. I have been planning and work
wig with the teachers and pupils for
the school fair next autumn, and 1
want to complete my obligation to
them in this. After that, if the salary
remains the same as it is now. 1 shall
drop out at the first convenient stop
tiing place, if the people wish mv se'r
vices, and if they see that the possibil
ities in the position are large, and if
thev feel that the worker is worthv of
a fair return for his work, 1 shall give
my time and best energies to the
schools of the county. Under no con
dition will 1 accent two school rxsi
tions again. Of that i have had
enough, plus.
The county superintendency is poten-
tially the finest, largest work in Hood
River county. The only limit to the
work is the inclination and the capacity
of the worker. More than 2,000 letters
and 600 other pieces of mail must be
sent out every year. The county su
perintendent should be able to get into
the schools and come to know all the
pupils and do some teaching, especially
the seventh and eighth grades. With
out knowing them well he cannot pro
mote them intelligently. He should
have a part In all school affairs in all
communities and help to bring that hu
man touch deeply and warmly into all
school activities.
In any event. 1 have had a delightful
time in differing and in agreeing and
in associating with the people of Hood
Kiver county, and I thank you kindly
lor all courtesies. Your bread is light.
your drinks leave a clear head, your
hearts are large and your children are
an inspiration to all of us to live and
work lor bigh ideals.
Faithfully yours,
L. R. Gibson
NO ADDITIONAL
FUNDS CALLED FOR
in
it
The Glorious Lady"
also Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
Sunday, May 23, one day only
A SPECIAL FEATURE
of merit will he shown, also
Burton Holmes Travelog and
2-Reel Comedy
Vera Kolstad on the Liberty Organ
NOTE The Liberty will close Mon
day, May 2i, for a general remodeling
and ovi-i hauling and w ill he in the
bands of the painter and deoorators
for live din s, opening again Saturday
May 29th. Daring the closing ol the
Liberty thcticin "ill be open every
afternoon and evening.
At the Gem
Thursday and Friday, May 13-11
Numher Seven of
" ELMO, THE MIGHTY "
and
mary McLaren
in
"Rouge and Riches"
Saturday, May 15
mary McLaren
in
"The State Highway Commits ion is
not, asking tor more money' said It.
A. Boo to, commissioner, in addressing
a i.ane county audience on the 4 per
cent DOM! limit measure "All we
want is uie power 10 carnalize the in
come now on nana, lhe state road
a I At
iuh is are now taken in. in two sources
-the one cent tax on each gallon of I
ga.i line and the automobile license
lees, lhe state .institution, as it now
rends, prohibits more than 2 per cent
being put into the rmds.'Hnd what the
commission want is an amendment of
this clause so 1 it cent can be put in
to the roads. A direct additional taj
is not asked for, nor is anv increase in
the gas tax or auto licen.-e fees."
m n i i ,
r. doom iii-' Drought out mat a
new road program is not to be rushei
through, but the present one is to be
finished providing the voters of Oregon
hack up the -l per cent limit measure.
Commissioner llenson is al.-o on rec
onl against rushing construction too
rapidly. considering high labor costs and
the high cost of money, but favors rat
ification of tins 1 per cent bonding.
amendment so there win be authoriss-
iton to issue bonds at SUCO times as fa
vorable conditions justify, Pinal con
trol over actgal bond authorization
ii is wnn me legislature, as unless
the legislature passes enabling legisia
ti n under the 4 per cent amendment.
the Highway Commission is without
authority to issue bonds.
How Is Your Crop to Reach
the Market
If you want them to arrive in good, sound
shape send them in an Olds Economy Truck
which is Goodyear Cord Tire Equipt. This
will insure the berries arrived as solidly pack
ed as when they leave the Packing House.
Ask Your Neighbor Who Owns One
Then place your Order early so as to insure
delivery. Or better still phone us for a de
monstration and be convinced.
"The Pointing F'nger"
Sunday, May 16
CATHERINE CALVERT
in
Out of the Night
Also Hrav I'icto
Vote for Good Roads
Vote 302 X Yes for
4' , State Road Bond Limit
NO PROPERTY TAX
NO DIRECT TAX
NO INCREASE IN AUTO LICENSE FEES
NO INCREASE Of GASOLINE TAX
Present Auto License Fcrt and OasoSBB
Tax w ill pay both principal and interest
on all the bonds under thij constitutional
amsodmcnt. Approval of thii amendment
is necessary to permit rally completion of
State Highways.
(This A.I paid hy h . . Iiri. Yir. I'riitlviit ol Orcffoti Kosvlf1 And
IS relofifttviit AcitUion, H.nnI Uiwr, OfVffrxi.)
C. A. RICHARDS
1 1 1 2nd Street
Cigars
Tobacco
Soft Drinks
Confectionery
I R Ol K
Draught Luxo
WE Kill IT
RK.ii r
Five Divorces (irantad
A record numher of divorces for a
li session of circuit court was
f i anted Monday by Circuit Judge Wil
li! each ruse the dec rat was
I by the wife. The cases were :
Mrs. Murie I.affertyy vs. Shcrrimn J.
Lafferty ; Christina II. Haynes vs.
Chas. VV. Haynes; Eleanii Mathcney
vs. David Matheney; Late M. Eastman
vs. Stanley Eastman and Alma A.
Holmes vs. Raymond Holmes. Cruel
and inhuman treatment formed the
ground in all cases except the last, in
winch Mrs. Holmes charged desert ion.
Mrs. Haynes was divorced from the
hatband on a former occasion at Raker,
the Stood marriage occurring at Ciol-
dendale.
Culumhia Rising Steadily
Rising at the rate of nine inches a
day, the Columbia, after remaining
Stationary for the past week, ha
reached the 12 foot stage here. If the
river continues to rise at this rate
steamers will be able in 10 days to
enter the Hood river slough and land
at the high water dock.
The river is gradually submerging
the huuc sandbar ol several hundred
acres north of the city.
E. A. Franz Company
We Indorse 300 and 302 Vote for it
( all For Rids
Rids will be received by the school
board of District No. I up to and in
cluding May 14 for 1" or 20 cords of
four foot IhmIv fir wood, to be delivered
at sehoolhouse by September 1. The
board reserves the right to reject any
or all I. iris.
Mrs. E. J. Nicholson, Clerk.
By order of the Hoard. ml3
The Baptist Church
Ptaa Street, near 12th
Dr. If. Herbsrl Harden, I'aMor.
Raaidaaeo, lin; Pine street, Pbmsm 272.:
Sundnv Services : Preo liim 1 1 . ,
and 7.30 tt. in Bible School, 10 a. m ,
Mr. A. R. Bennett, Bapi. Young Peo
ple's Hour, S.48 p. m. Ladies' Aid,
rbnrsdars, SJ0 p. as, M jMi ti circle
third Thurcdav in each month. Com'
I innnion service, lirst Sundav in the
asoath, 12 as. a ooriial welcome to all
I these servi. es.
Christian Church
rtilile School, , a. as, ;
Borrios, 1 1 a. m. and s p. m.
Endeavor, . -4 -S p. m
to all.
Preach iiia
Christian
Cordial welcome
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Services will h held in Church
Baildins; , IHh and Bosjoao, Bandar, 1 1 :"
a.m. Suhjeet: Mortals and I as mortals
Sun, lav School at lla. m.
Wednesday service, 8 p. in.
The reading room is open daily from 3
to p. m.. in the Church.
Rubber stamp Ink at this ofn
The GlaciaroAee carries Mutter paper.
I b.ive taken the agency for the Spir
alia Ooraat, Call at Baelov Tailor Shoo
Mrs. Karl Huelow . Hood River, tr. tf
Opportunity Knocks But Once
It is tapping now for some Hood River Housewife
Paint and Wallpaper
Contracts Taken. Large or Small
H. S. BRAAKMAN
Notice of Street Completion
Columbia Street
Notice is hereby given that C. A.
("ass. contractor, has tiled written no
tice the 4th day of May. liTJU. of the
completion of the giading to grade of
that portion of Columbia street from
loth street west 350 feet, laying of Hi
feet of tl-foot walk and 350 feet of
curt under his contract witn tne I ity
of HihhI River heretofore entered inti)
under Ordinance No. !SO. and that the
amunt due said contractor uto.i its ac
ceptance is hereby stated to be
$.2!'2.:i:.
And notice is further given that any
objection as to the acceptance of said
work under the contract w ith the said I
Ttractors on the part of said City
mav ! tiled in the otlice of the under
signet! i ity Recorder by any interested
party at any time within IS days from
the date of first publication of said no
tice, te-w ;t. within II davs from the
fith day of May. I9ML
This notice is publisher! in the llool
River Cilacier for two consecutive is
sues thereof, the date of the first pub
lication thereof being the 6th day of
May. 1930.
H. I.. Howe.
rm-13 City Recorder.
We have just taken the agency for the Wayne
Electric Washing Machine. The first one has
arrived and will he sold at an introductory price
of $75.00. After that the price will be advanced
to $ 100.00.
Who will be the lucky purchaser of one of
these work and drudgery saving machines?
Telephone 1213
H. GROSS
OAK AND THIRD STREETS
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