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ftOOD RIVER GLACIER/ THUR8DAY, APRIL 24, 1924
ffoit Can’t Outwear
a C-T-C Tire
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been matched in ev
ditiqnB, fund «re without an enual
for?i«tamina, endurance and low
But is there any wonder, for C-T^s
are built by some of the oldest and
most UMled engineers in the tire in
dustry under improved design and
C-T.C cord» have stronger sidewalls
to Wifehr carry reasonably low infla-
crushed-rock roads« and
ill wear I®2fer
fartlier than any lira you ever used.
MT. HOOD MOTOR CO,
Hood River, Ore,
ODELL UNION HIGH SCHOOL
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Monday, April 28, 1924
MRS. CHAS. IL HENNEY, DIRECTOR
Tickets, 35c and 50c.
In connection with this a picture show will be shown
beginning promptly at 7 o’clock.
Hood River High School
WILL PRESENT ITS ANNUAL
Friday Afternoon and Evening
■ An attempt ia being made to work
the old "Bpanbib Prisoner" bunoo
game ou local men Among those who
received letter« from the Imprisoned
grandee, of Barcelona. Hpain. were
City Marshal Hart and H. A. Cunning,
former Oak Grover merchant.
.- The local men. however, failed to
cable to the bankrupt prisoner. Mr.
Hart is keeping Ids letter as a sou
venir. Mr. Cunning turned his over to
District Attorney Baker, who has
warned other citizens who may have
received the appeal from the Barcelona
prisoner to give It no serious heed. .
The letter of the Siatuiah prisoner
Is as follows:
For all of. William 8. Hart being
»-HM-uttally the two-gun man. the hero
Dear Hir: Being imprisoned here
hard lighting dra-
dr* by liaukruptcy
I tank rupi cy I ask
nak you to help me to
ma. his appeal baa never Iga-u ezclu- ubtgj&a suuof StHk'**0 DvUflr* I have
slveiy to men. ***-
—' are ~ among * hia
‘*-1la America being ~neei>aaary to oonM
most steadfast fans.
here to raise the seizure of uiy bag
Women will And an even greater gage |ia.ving to tlie Register of tbe
Interest in "Ringer Jliu McKee," Court the expenses of my trial and re
Hart's second prislnctlon for Para cover m.v portmanteau containing a se
mount pictures, for the picture la re cret pocket when- 1 have hidden two
plete with that most intriguing of checks.¡siyable to lamrer for that sum.
interests for women—love of a child.
As reward I will give up to you the
Home of the most touching and third part, viz., 120?**) Dollars. I can
humorous acruca Hart has ever done not receive your answer in" the prison,
are in thia picture where, aa a rough but yon can aend a cablegram to a per»
prospector, lie acts aa^niirse. aa ls-at son of my confidence who will’ deliver
lie knows haw, to a liaby girl. Tlie It to me, addressed ns follows:
baby who playa the jairt makes her
initial bow In pictures In thia photo
Hlsta t’orreos 3030
play, and ia regarded aa nothing leas
than a "find.” This two-year old
Awaiting your answer to Instruct
youngster who figures in "Singer Jim foil all my aecret I only sign now
McKee.” tomorrow and Haturday at
tlie Liberty theatre, lias winaomeneas
First of all answer by cable, not by
and cute appeal that* is altogether letter
Phyllis Haver plays opposite the
7 SCHOOL NEWS
stgr while Gordon Russell, Bert
(Werilna I h I m -11)
Spt-ott<‘ Ruth Miller, Edward Cozen
and otlilra appear in support.
At, an n asaembiy
____ ,__ morn
ing a el •lus-k for $25 was presented to
Another treat Is in store for the CHfton Kiiunel by Hupt. i'anuon act
youngsters and for the grown-ups who ing for the Portland Telegram, lie-
like to see the kiddles aud animals caniu- the foriiu-r wan die winner in
play (and that numls-rs about nine the county ornloricHl eontezt on tbe
out of ten of them). The treat Is an ('oimtitntlon. Saturday night* Mr. Ktn-
other of the Educatlonal-Campliell mel received third phice in the zone
Comedian, “Monkey Shines.” which is conteat againat representative« from
to be on the program at the Liberty Dem-hutea: Crook. Jefferaon amt Waa-
•o count lea, held'in the civic auditor
Sunday and at the Rialto Monday.
A new and very clever child makes ium lit JT*he Dalle« and received an
hia first appearance hi CampbHl Corn other check for $10.. He hna done re-
eilles In thia picture. He is Laurence niurkably well In hi« effort« along
Idcalvi. who. with Doreen Turner, till« line and haa received many word«
does moat of the^ monkey shines' that of praiae eapecinlly for the content of
are done by humans. But many of the liia oratiou.
Ticket« were plnced on «ale Mon
capers are cut by “Joey." that clever
little monk, juid by “Pal,” hia intelll- day of till« week for the jnnior claaa
movie to lie held In the high aehool
gent dog companion.
Laurence fa the little poor lioy nuditorium Friday night. It ia a ten-
whose Invalid mother depends on him reel Rex Ingram production of An
for sniqsirt. while Doreen ia the thony Hope'« fa mon« novel. “The
motherless daughter of the pride of Pri«oner of Zenda." «tarring aoine of
tlie p«4ice force. The policeman is America'a highest eblaa art lata.
Haturday morning nt 10 o'clock the
always a l»|tter enemy of the boy, and
even when, with the help of his dog third annnal mid Columbian field and
nml monkey, tie has saved the girl, track meet will I m - held on Gibaon Held.
from being killed by a ’ train, he rims The entire day will ) m » taken up In
when he sees the offlcer coming. But conteata betwei-n■"teams from prac
the policeman follows him to his home, tically all high hi I umi I h in the mld-
and all ends well for the little urchin. Columbia dlatrli-j H imm I River hopes
Tlie Campbell Comedies, beginning to win n third time on points and
with "The Stork's Mistake." have tlma retain the cup which twice be
made a big hit with all lovers of chil fore has been awarded to her. Re-
dren and animals on the screen. They freahment« will I m - «old on the grounds
are made by William S. Campbell, the by the student body.
foremost director of children and
One week from Friday, afternoon
animals, who personally supervised and evening, the high school operetta.
“Pepita,” will I m - given at the Rialto
theatre under the direction, of Mrs.
Tlie newest "equalizer" is the mov C. II. Henm-y. Tickets are now <»n
ies. Tn “Grit,” the Hodkinson picture «ah- at the Hood River drug store, thi
which comes lo the Liberty Hunday li irh school otti-e and from members
and tbe Rialto Monday. Borden Harri of the cast. Tbe matinee will start
man. son of E. H. Harriman, banker, promptly at 2.111. The night perform
railroad man and millionaire, plays ance will lM-gln nt X o'cliM-k, all «cats
tlie |«rt of an assistant Imrtender. reserved. It is expected that tlie-ehll-
“Bord” Is a good looking chap who ilren will attend the nfternoon per
"shakes ’em np" as if he did It all bis formance and those having pnrehaaed
tickets will Is- excused from school.
F. Hcott Fitzgerald wrote the story Seats may he reserved at the Hood
of “Grit" especially for Glenn Hunter Rlvgr drug store for the evening..
and Ashmore Creelnian adapted it for There will lai no tickets aold above
the screen. It deals with an East Side the seating capacity of the I ioum -.
struggle to go straight. The Get yonr tickets while the supply
supporting cast Includes Clara Bow. lasts. Tbe cnst iaclniles : Juliu Mohr,
Osgood Perkins. Townsend .Martin as Pedro: Ethel Hamnel. n» Kelipä ;
Dore Davidson. Boland Young. Ift-lrti Mice Carson, as Jane Ilepwoiih :
ka Ailainon-ska. Martin Broder ami Bunny Epping, as Henry Ilepworth :
IVerdna I h I m -II, iih Pepita : Toni dark,
as Carlos: Wllmuth Gibson, ns Ro
mero. and Clifton Emmel. rm Wilson.
If Tnlly Marshall were anywhere
Friday night the affirmative detail
else than In Hollywood, he wonld be
ing team, composed of Roscoe Ander
arrested on sight.
son and Kathleen Carlos, and thi-lr
For the title* role of “The Stranger." coach. Miss Esther Hettinger, will
in which he la featured with Betty leave for Union. Or., where they will
Compson. RIcliarïT Dix and Ix>wis meet the negative team Haturday
Stone. Mnrshall lias assumed the night to determine the championship
guise of the moat ragged and unkempt east of the Cascades. The winner of
tramp. He lias allowed several weeks' this debate will meet the winner of
st a l>l ile of la-aril to grow with tlie re the we«t aide in the state final at
sult that no gr<-aæ |«int is needed in Eugene.
liis facial makeup
Ho j»erfect Is the complete disguise
Student Body Election Near
tliat Marshall could easily mingle with
Tlie annuRpelection of student body
tlie great army of the nnwashi-d and officers will soon la* attracting the at
pass for one of them.
tention of every loyal high school stu
,.,.“Tlie SUranirer'''Aliens a’ three days' dent.
run at tbe Rialto theatre next Tuiÿi-
The executive committee has al
day. To save two people he loves the ready started the election machinery.
character portrayed by Mr. Marshall In the last meeting the committee,
willingly faces tlie gallows for a composed of Dick Ford. Mias E. L.
crime which he did not I'ominlt.
Hettinger. E. Tinglestat. Ix-wis East
man and Roscoe Anderson, talked over
the possibilities of future offici-s. Un
der the new constitution it Is neces
sary that they make two nominations
from thy floor at the election for ev
Crew boosted the dairy and ery office to he filled, though further
cn-amery business with the First Na nominations hiay be made by the niein-
tlomil Bank's «how window the paa!
,..... l>ors. This system innkes It possible
week. He utilized one of tlie pa In t Ings for the students to have the liest poe
of P. L. Manser to represent n neat and slble candidates put up for considera
attractive home,"In front of which was tion.
a meadow filled with contentedly graz
Hlnco the student body controls all
ing cows. “We are strong for the, scholastic activities. Including bnsket-
cream checks,” was tlie caption over ball.. JiHitliall, track, debate and lit
, eral1? work. it Is very Important that
The little house anil figures of cows the officers selected Is* of the very
and n mill», shown in the disfilay. were highest type of students.
loaned to Mr. Crew by R. E. Scott.
They are hand carri-d nml came from
( rook Girl Is Winner
Miss Elaine McCarver of Prineville.
The creamery la putting out some of Cnsik county, won first prize. 11 check
the niftiest signa, advertising their for $25. given by The Portland Tele
ice cream, that have ever liec-ii seen tn gram. in tlie aoni> contest Saturday
this section. Tin- signs are tin- prml- evening
for zone 3, comprising the
in1 of 1*. L. Manser. They will grnix- counties of Jefferson. Deschutes. Crook,
soiln fountains of the mid-Coluuihla Hood River ami Wasco. ... She was
and eastern Oregon. It ia predicted
that one will I m - unable, when hot coaclieil by M|ss Belen Hardy.
Contestants delivered their orations
ihi vs come, to resist that Impale» to
order n dish of ice cream on liehold- 'on the const Hut ion of the United States
Ing one of th»- <reiiin»-r.v‘s M hiim - t before nn enthnslastlc audience in tbe
Civic niiditorlnm at The Jbilles.
The second prise, a check for 315.
The farmers of Oregon and cs|>eelal- was awarded Gerald Davidson of Red-
ly tin a«- interest»«! In dairying «honld jnond, Uvsehutt-s county, And the third,
take in five part in a ginyrnl mov*a n <hr<k for 310. to Clifton EmmH of
nieiit Io get the fuM'vote cast ngnlnst Hood River, other competitors wer»‘
the referendum on the oleo law. Two Hoyil R ii I miw . of Culver. Jefferson
and n half million iwiunds of Oregon county, and Lawrence Morgan, of The
Initter hud tn find an ontshl" lynrket Dalles. Wasco county.
Joseph Ten Broeck of The
liwii y«-iw. a- surplus over local ilenuiniL,__ Rev,
.Two nml a half million pounds of Dalles: W. R. ’ Dagger I.' atrorney*of
i-ounterfelt butler Was sold ill Oregon Redmond, and A. M. Zevrly. school
I Inst year, .mostly shlp|M-d in from superintendent at Moro, judged the
Iptlier states. Dairying Is one of the contest.
Clri'iilt Judge Wilson, president of
■’few lilies of farming that there is any
liTotlt In. The inor^-oleo shut out; .he the Htate B ai . Association, presided
i more demand for real butter, if the (luring the evening. Tlie flrat number,
4 dzrmiTR-Nsdi.l .nil vote. Un- referi-ndHoi enaemide singing of "America, the
will Is- kllleiTa’WT the law made effec Ben ut I fol." was led liy F. M. Hexton.
tive. The matter is of utmost Import director of Tlie Dalles Choral aoetety.
Judge Wilson then explained the na-
For Your Comfort
H. R. CRY. NOTES
May 2, 1924
UNDER DIRECTION OF
MRS. CHAS. H. HENNEY
Matinee, 25c for Children
Bulk, 3 Lb. Boxes, 1% Lb. Packages and
% Lb. Packages,
Try them-always fresh
Yours For Service
VINCENT & SHANK
The extent of this industry is so
little known by the people here that
the manufacturers and retailers of
the Pacific Northwest have desig
nated a week to be devoted to a
presentation of Northwest-made
To make your home or your of
fice comfortable and attractive—
to provide every convenience in the
way of furnishings—an investment
of $12,000,000 has been made in
furniture factories in the Pacific
Sponsored by the Retail Furniture Association of ■ Washington-^. .
in cooperation with the Furniture Manufacturers
of the Pacific Northwest.
00« in 1023 and $i.000.(*X) were spent for
materials In the Pacific Northwest.
The furniture nnliiiifactured comitares very
favorably with that i/nported from eastern
points anil Includes furniture for lutane and
office, hotel and public building, club and lodge
During the week of April 21 to 20 there will
lie displays of all the various" kinds of North-
west-made furniture. You are urged to go and
Hee them. Then when yon need furniture for
any purpose, you know what to buy and where
to bny it so that your own community and
yourself may profit by the transaction, for
whatever is good for the community is good
for you.______ .
A gigantic industry-as compared with other
industries of the Pacific Northwest is the
furnit nre manufacturing buainess.
tories, if combined, would require 200 acres
of ground. The total floor space needed would
be about H.712,000' square feet.
Exactly 2IM< salesmen are constantly at work..
dluiMMlng of Northwest-made furniture to the
Salesmen und executives of the Various-
furniture factories operate 20N automobiles for
traveling and biiaineaa use.
The total Insurance carried by* the factories
covering fire, liabilities, etc., amounts to
The combined annual payroll totaled $5.7715,-
KELLY BROS. CO
APPLES AND PEAR'S^
If you wish to make a MARKETING CONNECTION early this year, we
SUGGEST that vou see us BEFORE contracting with anyone else. We will fur
nish you with SUPPLIES and advance you cash against your crop.
BEFORE signing up with ANYONE, it is to YOUR INTERESTS to COM
PARE our RESULTS OBTAINED and the PROMPTNESS of our payments,
the DISTRIBUTION we can offer. It costs no more to make a SATISFACTORY
arrangement than it does to WISH you HAD.
SGOBEL & DAY SOLD in 216 different cities, all over the U. S., besides
in Honolulu, Quebec, Hamburg, Rio De Janiero, Rotterdam, London, Manila,
Liverpool, Havana, Glasgow and from Florida to Washington, from California
THAT KINI5 of distribution MEANS that we hunt FAR and WIDE for
the BEST markets for your products. To keep in touch with 216 different cities
in the effort to find the HIGHEST markets MEANS something that MANY
firms can’t offer. While in town, Come in and talk it over.
The Mscy-Nord draaaatlsta. who be
gan thetr presentations at the Rialto
Monday, have proved a decided draw
ing «ard 1’he Mg house was packed
Monday, and It was cvmetantly »led
with .roars of laughter. The Macy-
Nord players, between acta, present
clean vaudeville sketches, Their per-
formances are good and wholesome
The program of the Macy-Nord
stoek company will be for the remain-
dor pf the week as follows : Today,
Circus; •’ ” * tomorrow.
"Naughty Wife;" Saturday. "The
Burglar Who Caine to Stay," and
Sunday, "Why William Went to War.”
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| STAGE AND SCREEN |
I n I I I I Id bil H-M n i l unni
Representing SGOBEL & DAY of
New York and Portland
tional oratorical contest objective, set
ting forth the merita of promoting the
atudy of the Constitution among the
a, hool children »-specially at thia time
and endondng the efforts of The Tele
gram in apouaoring the cause. He
called upon Mayor Htadelman of The
Dalles for a welcome to the visiting
contestants, after wlitch Mayor Stadel-
man drew lota for rotation of speakers.
Hood River office over
AND HIS FAMOUS
Washing or ironing.
Street or phone HM.
Call at 1310 A
If Cameron had not understood l>ia
business 1 would have told you so. f2Htf
It Grows Hair
Metropole Jazz Orchestra
SYNCOPATING FOOLS OF FUN
From Bismarck Gardens, Chicago
Pythian Hall, Hood River
MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL 28, 1924
USE OUR SMOOTH 4-SLAT STAPLED
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SEE SAMPLES •
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We also manufacture peach baskets, berry bas
kets, crates and boxes. Largest and most modem
veneer fruit package plant^
MACKALL-PAINE VENEER CO.
‘ VANCOUVW, WASH.'
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