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HOOD KIVEB QULCIER^TBÜRSDAY, MAY 1, 1924
Cash & Carry Grocery
LOCATED IN GROSS BUILDING
H. GROSS, Proprietor
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
100 lbs. Cane Berry Sugar ..
Crown, White River, Drifted Snow Flour,
Blue Mt. Hard Wheat Flour, 49-lb. sack ________ $1.49
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.
100 lbs. Parkdale Potatoes
"Swift’s Silver” Leaf Pure Lard No. 10
Swift’s Silver” Leaf Pure Lard No. 5
Crown or Albers Rolled Oats, 9-lb. sack ...
Armour’s Pan Cake Flour, all prepared fo use,
3 packages ___ ,......................................
Wool Soap, 4 bars for
We consider it as good as Ivory
Shredded Wheat, per package
Sugar Cured Bacon Backs or Sides, lean streaked,
per pound __________________________ 19c
Sun-Brite Cleanser, per can____ ____
We consider it as good as- Old Dutch
Seedless Raisins in bulk, per pound
3 1-pound cans Medium Red Salmon. ..
Large size oval can Sardines, 5 cans
Snow Flake, 8 oz. Soda Crackers
All Fruit and Fresh The Dalles Vegetables
at special price.
AU City Limit Deliveries 10c for each or
der. If you can’t come, call us up, tel. 1032.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Used Touring Car,
Sold either As Is, or guaranteed as New
Meat Prices Lower
This is the season of the year for all meat prices
to be lower. Our daily prices are—
Beet Loin Steak.
10 lb. Lard.........
THE HOOD RIVER MARKET
A. F. DAVENPORT, Prop
Apples la Argentina
The Argentine Ministry of Agricul
ture has Just purchased 150.900 apple
trees from New Zealand and has dis
tributed them among the Andean
provinces of Catamarca. San Juan
and Mendosa. Borne were retained
^y the Ministry for trial in other
parts of the republic as well.
These were all of the Northern Spy
variety. This move Is In keeping with
the Ministry's policy announced last
year to make Argentina a self-sup
port Ing frult riilslng country, claiming
at the time that every fruit fould be
grown in some district of the republic.
(JUDGE WILSON TAKES SHALL
HOOD BE CHANGED?
HIS FATHER’S PUCE
tore te recommend a state prohibition
Th» assembly judiciary committee
has introduced a bill providing tor a
■ state enforcement 'taw to take the
Multan-Gage act, which was repeated
tar suggests that Port- last year.
(By C. M. HyakoU In Portland Tete-
tlcally tn line with Seat-
land, to be logically
Public hea rings on the Crampton
ma, should ch'auge the
On Second street in The Dalles tie and Tacoi
Hood to Mount Pon bill for reorganisation of the prohibi
stands an Ancient two story frame name of I Mount
te editor of The Spectator - la tion unit and to ptace prohibition
house built during the Civil War, ita land.
agents under cfvU eervlcq have been
surface now bedixened with a coat of joking, of cottree, He doesn't want to closed. It Is expected that the bill
plaster to All. the cracks, or hide the start “ scrap between Portland and will soon be reported from the com
wrinkles, If you pleas«*. Few if any of Hood .River.—Hood River Glacier.
Softly, softly. Brother Tbomteon.
the boarders wl rtw dwell there know Its
The house of representatives has
history, thdt U
it was the first court
voted favorably on American partici
house between the Cascade and Rocky
tation In two conferences in Europe
mountains and there Joseph Gardner land is with no desire logically to be tills year for control of the drug traf
Wilson was th«* first ju«lge. A block
distant l«M>tns Wasco county’s magnifi start a scrap with our good friends of
It is generally conceded that the
cent new court house of cut stone and
defeat of David S. Roe«-, of Milwaukee,
I>resa«*<l brick, ita which now presides vent the predatory cities on the Sound noti-partisan candidate for mayor, was
that pioneer jurist's sou, Fred W. Wil from grabbing off that. pfece of our due to the women voters, who opposed
son, who Tuesday of last week was the la-autlful scenery now known to honor him because he waa backed by the
guest of the Multnomah (>>unty Bar and fame as Monnt Hood, and impos wets.
ing on R the unpeetie, vUtataons and
Association at a banquet In the Port LiirLu.i..
kJ -... ,t I . «Wv. _ _ .
»'"«»• »“*<«“«• “í f «»»-
pnrvnrit iiMine Mvunt rnmiiie-iaconia.
leita Ixdiman. in Austria, the city of
The ctgitrast between these two We know how desperately the free- Vienna has appointed a temperance
court houses in an Illustration of what IsxUiug towns fought for the privilege tea.her to visit all the schools giving
two generations of nien have brought of recliristentag Mount Rainier—a le< tur«*w on the drink evil.
to pajis since the days when Wasco mere little wart on th«* face of the
A teacher's temperance society is
county compris«*«! that entire portion of iielghboriujAaitdacape- Mount Tacoma being formed In Poland.
Oregon east of the Cascade mountains. or Mount^eattle. Bo bitter was the
A recent ameudineut to Virginia’s
Judge Fred W. Wilson is prraident of tight for th«* titular ownership of the prohibition
law sends to the peniten
the Oregon State Bar Association and miserable little wen that the Inhabit tiary, as murderers, those who sell
as such is known iiersonally to n«*arl.v ants of the cont«*ndiug cities ceased to poisoned alcohol to victims who perish.
«■very lawyer in the state. Back of have any intercourse with each other
Hon. W. F. Finlayson, for 10 years
hint through half'a century runs the that was not carried on with opprobl- a member of the Australlln parlia
story of two pioneers—a man and a ous epithets and brickbat«. The people ment. says. “We feel grateful to-our
woman. Perhaps the comparative ab- of Tacoma spoke of the Seattle spirit friends of the United States for their
aceuce of women Qom printed tales of aa chiefly hooch, while th«* Seattle hu never failing generous assistance in
progress may be accounted for In the morists ¿nvited us to “watch Tacoma supplying literature regarding their
fact that the lives of women ar«* held grow" wh takers.
own ex)M*rience to thia country which
When the rivals faile«l to secure has enabh*d ua to combat the regularly
more in sentimental regard and too
many men affect a dislike of sentiment Mount Rainier as a wayside eminence recurring cables a,*,M*aring In «ur pa-
-a mental attitude that is little to on which they could put up a aign- l>ers as to the alleged failure of pro
their credit. It is not machinery, but tmard reading “This way to Tacoma I” hibition.”
th«* spirit, that moves the world and in or “Beattie: Just Beyond the Detour!”
I’. 8«*ott McBride, for 13 years super
in«s«t caws sentiment is only an other they look«*d abroad and their avari intendent of the Antl-Baloon I-eague of
cious e.vea were enthralled by the sight Illinois, has ls*«‘n elwt«*d general super
name for high Ideals.
So I shall tell you a story of the wife of lordly Mount Hood. They saw at intendent of the national organtsatien»
and widow of Joseph Gardner Wilson. once the possibilities it presented as a
Th«* W. C. T. U. will give S'banquet
She was a daughter of James P. “marker" or guide poet, and forgetting In honor of their new members Tues
Millar, a United Presbyterian preach their former jealousies and Mpiab- day. May fl, at 7 p. m. at Riverside
er in New York state, where she fitted blings, joined forces t<fseise the mag church. All meulliers that «Wundt at
herself to be a teacher. With two nificent mountain and us«* it as a tend pteaM* phone Mrs. C. M. R<»dgera
other young women of similar alms means of advertising J h<*mselvea. It or Mrs. E. L. Sutherland. An interest
she came by wMp to-the Pactfic co as t.r-ws*--to forestall them and^prevent them ing program is being arranged.
croHsIng th«* lathtnus by team mid ar from perpet rating the" unspeakable
The ni<>mls‘rs of the L. T. L. have
rived in Oregon ahead of Iter fattier, vandalism of placing on the towering decided to give an entertainment in
wl|o came here in 1831, built the first peak an electric sign taarlug the the netfr future, the proceeds of which
church at Albany and met bia death words: »“Mount Taconia Seattle," that will be given to the children’s home at
in the old river steamer Gazelle when Tite Spectator proposed changing Corvallis. All members are asked to
its boileg blew up at Canenmh, the Mount Ilood'a name to Mount Port lie present at the Saturday meeting in
land. Bearing the name of thia great Asbury Methodist church, as parts for
first steamlKMlt exploffion in Oregon.
Miss Millar taught for a time in and puissant city, the heaven-touching imrts for th«* entertainment are to be
what is now Pacific University at For monument, on which day by day Phoe- assigned.
est Grove, an<F later she taught in btis takes his forty winks, and on
Oregonian View on Auto Parks
Willamette University at Salem. Here which Luna loves to rest aud flirt
she met the young lawyer, Jam«*« with the troubadorlng stars, would be ' It ■ may be J supposed
that if the big
Gardner Wilson, and they were mar safe from the hardy higliwaytpen of oil companies had not thought of it
ried. He had come to Salem at the the Sound, who show no hesitancy first we should now have municipal
ng<* of 27, from Ohio, in 1S52, and had altout stealing it while it la called fllllng stations scattered here and
become prostK-uting attorney for Ma Mount Hood.
there, where the tourist might get free
rlon county. In those days the circuit
In HiiggtwtillK that we rename Mount air and free watef and buy gasoline
judge*« comprised the state supreme Hoot! Mount Portland, The Spwtator and oils.
court and congregated at Salem in the is quite serious, and Is certain that,
Cities first thought of the municipal
winter season to hold their annual hcs - in making the change, we shall have auto camp. Now that the camp ta a
alons. Oregon was a territory. The uo trouble at all with the beautiful looked-f<>r institution and the habit is
Dalles was a frontier settlement! on. and sensible city of Hood River, fixed of reliance upou it by those who
the Columbia, terminating the old Or d«*spite the- fears of th«* amiable Gla tour with tent and bedding, private
egon trail, ahd the only law east of cier. Aa long aa Mount Ho«>d stands enterprise is quite ready to take over
the Cascades wns that issuing front out of doors, it ta subject to attack and the auto parka, expecting to derive Its
old Fort Dalles military post.
seizure by Seattle and Tacoma—a fate profits largely from the sale of food,
Then the whole of eastern Oregon that could not poralbly tiefall It if It supplies and Service. '
was converted into the fifth judicial were protected by the lietter and more
It is idle to assume that the auto
district of Oregon and Governor Gibta appropriate name of Mount Portland. camp can wholly ta dlsiienstHl with.
aptxdnted Wilson to be judge. The
The following tetter from Tacoma It may Is* dispensed with as a munici
family moved to The Dalfes, where dealing with this subject will be read pal enterprise. We talieve heartily
Wilson pr<*sid«»d from 1803 to 1870, with interest and profit:
that it should tie. But were auto
when h<> was noininat(*d for congress
Tncoma. Wash., March 10.—To the camps prohibited within the city they
by the Republicans against Jetties 11.
would ta estahilsh<*d just outside.
Slater, of LaGrande, and waa de Editor of the Spectator: Referring to Privately owned camps now dot the
main highways, competing successful
He was again nominated In 1872, Mount Hood M»nnt Portland, would ly with th«* so-called "free” camps con-
against John Burnett, was elected,
duct«*d hy the cities.
and the family mov«*d to Washington commonplace designation aa “Hood”
The auto camp la no longer a bait
that fall. In the following JLuly, when
for tourists. It is an established busi
he had not yet taken his seat, he was
ness. In which no city need concern
cnll«*d to Marietta, Ohio, bls alma ma tening the name "Portland” upon thia Itself in the matter of ownership or
ter, to make the commencement ad
direct operation. But there are the
dress, and died of heart trouble the tinctive meaning as applied to the elements of sanitation, police protec
evening he was to speak. He was 47 mountain.
Soin«* little time ago We receive«! a tion and fixing of reasonable charges
years old. His salary as judge bad
that call for public supervision. Port
lieen but 82000 a year and he died letter from C. E. Graves of Hood Riv land would be remias if it drove pri
poor. The pioneer mother was left er. Oregon, secretary of the "Wiyeast" vate auto camps to the outskirts;
with four young children, the young Club of that place, the object of which equally rentliw if It admitted them
est nine months old and the eldest 12 club, as stated on the letterhead. Is and then failed properly to regulate
years old. The loy Fred W., was the to stimulate Interest in and use of the them; unwise If it granted a monop
scenic and recreational resources of
The ensuing 10 years were a period the Mount Hood region, with the fur-
Several well regulated, sanitary
of work and devotion to her little fam the explanation that “Wlyeaat" is auto campa would do more for the
ily, and out of that struggle arose the
reputation of the city than anything
woman who reared and educated each word ta derlvtsl from the name of a that
it can hope to acquire by conduct
one of her children and lived to s«-e
at the.i'xpense of the taxpay
them make of their lives the sti<j*ess
ers. The tourist, if the charges are
she had hoped for. Under President after ills death.
Hood is the name of a lord of the reasonable, the grounds sanitary, the
Grant she became postmistress at Tlie
sufficient, the moral tone
Hailes. She was the first woman lu British admiralty. As polnt«*d out in convenl«*n«*ee
does not concern himself with
the United States to receive a presi the letters and resolutions of the D. A. good,
It Is nothing to him
dential appointment to a postoffice. It. in California endorsing the name ownership.
whether the city conducts the camp or
She had gone tack to her .old vocation “Tn«*« ma” for the mountain—“No John
Smith does it. Ifeady accessibil
of teaching school when her appoint other country, we feel sure, has named ity and
the various good points of an
ment came. She served with distinc its great landmarks for men who auto camp,
however, cannot fail to
tion. was reappointed by Grant, then fought to defeat Its struggle for free give hitn a pleasant
Impression of the
liy Hayes and again by Arthur, serv dom and self-government.”
We certainly think the abandonment «'ommnnity, even though the camps be
ing 12 years. Her death occurred in
conducted for private prof
1013, and she lies buried b«*si<le her of the commonplace name “Hood" and enterprises
the adoption of Wlyeast” or some it.—The Oregonian.
hustand in The Dall«*« «vmetery.
A daughter. Genevieve, is the wife other suitable Indian name would lie
of F. P. Mays, of Portland. Grace be most desirable from eyery point of Blackman Made Leeal Vlee President
Capt. Harold J. Blackman waa elect
came the wife of the tate C. W. Tay view.
ed Hood River county vice president
lor. once a division superintendent of
Mount Tacoma Club,
of the Oregon National Guard Associa
the O. R. A N., aud now resides In Ban
By M. C. Mitchell, Secretary.
tion at a banquet held in Portland
Antonio, Tex. Lucy, the third «laugh
Mr." Mitchell'* suggestion that we re'vntly at the close of the annual
ter,, married Joseph T. Peters, a Port
abou Id I adopt the name “Wlyeaat” In- school for guard officers.
Daye when the national guard of
Fred W.. having attended Whitman stead of Mount Portland for Mount
college at Walla Walla and John Hop Hood is Intere«! Ins. but not convinc Oregon was the first In the entire
kins university at Baltimore, came ing. For Mount Hood. “Wlyeast” la country to bb mobilised for the world
tack to the old town nnd in 1890,at the not big enough : mid Mount Portland war, days when Oregon men won undy
ing fame on all the battlefields over
age of 23’ years, took up the career is.—Portland S|>octafor.
seas, daya when many of thia state's
that his pioneer father had laid down
sons gave their lives to atem the tide
so suddenly and unexpectedly in the
W. C. T. U. NOTES
of German invasion, were recalled .by
prime of an active life. He was elect
ed In 1908 to the office of district at
Closing of Rhode Island state work speakers at the tanquet at the Port
torney for Wasco. Iloodp River and house testifies to efficiency of prohibi land armory.
At the same time the achievementa
Crook counties, serving hmr years. tion. The figures by years show that
He practiced law until 1917. when the annual population at the work of the present guard organisation of
Governor Wlthycomta, by singular house, starting In at slightly more of the state in advancing to a position
coincWonce, appolnt«*d him to the than 100 when if opened In 1872. in of front rank- among guard organisa
bench where his father had sat As the creased gradually and steadily nntll tions of the country was referred to
first judge between tlie Cascade and It reached the high water mark of 240 and tribute for this record of achieve
Rocky mountains. His wife was Miss in 1014. It remained above 200-twit II ment was paid to Adjutant-General
Content Elton, of The Dalles, and they the coming of prohibition. The popu George A. White, who was the guest of
have a little daughter, Elizabeth and lation average fell to 18. Being a com- honor at the banquet.
a boy, who la named for. his grand *mon drunkard was.the most frequent
Portland Seeks Wasco Melons
father. When, a few years ago. the charge against ttersons committed to
old cotirtlionse was moved and a.new the work house. 42 per cent of the to
Portland hualneaa men Inst week be
city hall was erected on Its site, young tal Inmates having ls*en sentenced for gan bidding for melons of Waaco coun
Joe Wilson wn« given the honor of that cause.
ty. A. H. Johnson, owner of the “Cof
pulling np th« Flag on the new city
Rev. Joseph McNamee tells about fee Cup” cafeterias In Portland, visited
the effect of prohibition enforcement The Dalles and sought to purchase the
on the Chfcngo at«s*k yards district. tonnage of 10 acres. Mr. Johnson
Water Permits Issued
“Up to the time of Major Dever's ad declared that the Waaco county melons
, During the months of January. Feb ministration we had poorly enforced made a big hit In the Oregon metrop
Inst season, and he la seeking a
ruary and March. 103 permits were prohibition, nnd with prohibition all olis
issued by Rhea Lttper. state engineer, the bfeasfnga that the moat sanguine supply for the thousands of folk he
Before Mr. Johnson re
for the appropriation of water from prohlhitlonlat anticipated. The old feeds dally.
to Portland, according to state
various streams throughout the state. Bahama are rented for other purposew turned
ments, he negotiated for sufficient can
These permits caver thi irrigation of and aeCm to Is* doing good hnalneaa taloupes
and watermelons to feed hie
a total area of 2.292.2 acres of land,
throughout the summer
development of 1,381 horsepower, and
the use of water for mining, munici oa. and real estate is therefore Indi months.
pal. domestic, manufacturing, fluming rectly boosted. •
"Aa we call on the people we remark ( Pageant of Wasropam Approaches
and various other pnrporea. The es
I¿oral folk express an'interest In the
timated coat of the construction work that there Is more neatness and hap
contemplated. under the various per piness; and the wivta of the working Pageant of Wn scopa tn, an annual
mits amounts tn, Jflll.307.39. Only men say they have more money to event of The Dalles In celebration of
one permit was Issued during this spend. The so-called foreign element pioneer events. The pageant depicts
period for the construction of a res 1» mnyp anally awlmtlattng American Incidents of the days of French voy*
ideas because of the ataence of drink. agt tirs. early missionary work and the
In Hood River county permit WM The foreigner haa the respect for the activities of government and military
isniied to Bliss L. ,Clgyk of Hood Rlv- law that he finds in the American officiala of the pioneer days. The
er. covering the appropriation of wat- horn, nnd in many cases the example event drew a large attendance from
here last year, and it la anticipated
er from an nnnamed tributary of Neal given la not the best".
The district attorneys of New York thAt many Hood River folk will mo-
creek for irrigation of 10 acres.
Btsje, at a recent conference drew np tor to The Dalles June 7, thia summer
a resolution calling upon the tegiata- for the pageant.
Glacier office makes rubber stumps.
Beene on the Columbia River Highway
COMMENCEMENT AT OAK GROVE SOON
EIGHTH GRADE COMMENCEMENT
OF OAK C.ROVM BCHOOL, MAY fi, 1>M.
Class Motto: We Are Ont “to Win”
Class Flower: Pink Rose
Class Colon: Rose and Gray
BRUNO IIVKARI ,
HELEN III’K AR I
Bong, “Three Little Heads."
Wand Drill____ T~
Song, "The Wind”
Chain Dance____ _
Indian Club Drill _
_ First, Second and Third
_Girls of Fourth, Fifth and Sixth
jk — ___ flirts of- First and Ret-ond
_ _ _...<Mrls of Beventh and Eighth
, ... Girls of Third and Fourth
_____ ___ Boys of Sixth aud Seventh
_________ _ Catherine Stranahan
________ _ _________ Jainle I’lereon
___________Rar. R. A. Hutchinson
Bi Uh, Beventh and Eighth Grades
______________ Mrs. J. H- Dann
___ Cxiunty Superintendent Gibson
Clara History ...
Presentation of Class
Presentation of Diplomas
John Stranahan. Chairman of School Board
News of the Golfers
W. L. Nichols, county roadmaster,
an enthusiastic golfer, has learned
aom<‘thlng almut tails and through bls
experience Ims gnin«*d no small amount
o£ joshing from his fellow members of
the Hood River Country Club. Mr.
Nichols noted that C. C. Anderson,
with whom he had often been playing,
kept his tails in <-oiidition and new
looking l>y applying enamel. Mr. Nich
ole pr<MVM*d«*d home and um-d some
enamel that had ts*«*n left over from a
bathroom job done by Mra. Nichols.
He pqt the tails on a radiator to dry.
The enamel dropped in a tit under
neath the ball anti then hardened. One
of them. affected by the heat of the
radiator, burst open. Mr. Nichols'
fritmds claimed that it “bloomed” to
be in sympathy with the springtime.
Mr. Nichols needed uo tees for his
newly enameled balls.
Bingen Editor Vielte City
Editor Brooks, of
the mid-Columbla s
a lusty youngster,
a visit last week.
the Bingen Herald,
paid Hood River
He tells of his so
card will do, and we will mail free
and postpaid, a sample copy of
the most wonderful magazine pub
lished. It contains the never ending
story of the Events of the World ana
joum here as follows:
Fred Irvine snd the editor went to
ir<»«Ml River Wedne«d«y on s tour of
Inspection. Among the men we aset
while over the river stere Glen Witeon,
former Bingen man, and John Calan
dra. present Bingen booster. Wileon
Is In charge of the Rialto theatre aa
an operator aud advertising manager.
He switched on the two machines used
for throwing pictures onto the screen,
and demon«trat«*d hie system through
out the Rialto tinstrs. We can’t help
admiring the layout of the theatre,
which line a taicony, restrooms, and
a heating plant automatically operated,
the furnare of which Is f<*«l sawdust
by a conveyor similar to that need in
tlie «awmlila. Lights are nearly all
controlled by the machine operator ta
the lamp room. Glen wUhes to be re
membered to all Bingen friends.
Never Rinse Yow
Riming with hard
water takes the life
and shins out of hair.
Cleero, the naw
shampoo, does away
with riming. No harmful in-
Eediants in it Washes your
Ir with a substance good for
the hair. The Cleero foam
rolls dirt to the top. Wipe oil
foam and all the dirt comes
‘ sever saw vour
an —your hair so
orilliant. Hair dries
esse» perfectly in 15
•as. Our tmde delighted
A Cleero. Regular piics 50c.
A. S. KEIR, Hood River, Ofcfoa
ISO Illustrated Paars every mos
entertain every mrm!*r o< the II
Is s special department for the
for the Handy Man and Farms
use tools: for the Amateur who
how to do and make things, i
delighted with the "Ifouaeholt
Kacls Issue eonta I ns soma
everybody. You do not
month from any N
aee*S14 ■. Oatarle fit.,
It imiti «rohJítel» to IA«
30 and 50c