The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, November 27, 1924, Image 6

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    HOOD BIVEK GLACIER, TiU'llBDAY, NOVEMBER 27, L92<
knn," witleh'ilerliort Brecon produced
ptation of
from Witlis Goldbetk's
at novel,
.lame* Oliver Curwood't
re Entelle
Featur'd In the can
Taylor, John Sain ti is/Charles Ogle,
Fr ink Campeau and Anna May Wong.
Others Include Alphuiia Ethier. Mau­
rice Cantiou. Bernard Siegel,
Hiegel, Milt
Browu and Lanka Winters,
The feminine portion of the cant,
Estelle Taylor. Anna •Ma; Wong and
Lanka Winter*, in particularly note-
worthy iii.'ismyli tm they tire 'coir
shlered three of tlie most unusual
young women In motion. picture*.
All three were born in America but
tlielr parentage links cast and went
In a bond w J au I i stretches from tlilna
Io Spain. Miss Taylor is of Scotch
descent; Miss Wong is ClillK'Se; Miss
Wlllti rs is M|Mitilsli and French.
In motion pictures the three young
players have established theinseiveH
with a series of remarkable chanie-
torirnttona. Esirdti’ Taylor's perform­
ance in Cliff* B. !»• Milin's "The Ten
Coninndmeiits” gained for her wide­
spread approval
Antia May Wong's
genius lias found expression in tlie
portrayal of Chines' ami other Ori-
i ntat roles.
Laska Winters, only a
ilrrttrcr of iiatloiinl fopiiTiylms recent­
ly' established herself ns one of the
al'st promising of tlie younger play­
er* on the. screen.
"The Alaskart." declared by all who
have Isen privileged to fivt a preview
of it as tlie greatest picture in Tims.
Melglian's notable screen career, will
come to the Ilialto theatre Friday
mill Saturday of next week.
AFTER TURKEY DAY—COMES
Christinas
AND IF YOU WOULD MAKE OF IT THE HAPPY SEASON IT SHOULD
BE, YOU’LL START RIGHT NOW SELECTING THE GIFTS YOU KNOW
YOU’RE GOING TO BESTOW. NOW WHILE COMPLETE STOCKS ARE
YOURS TO TAKE FIRST CHOICE FROM, THIS BIG XMAS STORE IN­
VITES YOU TO COME. TAKE YOUR TIME LOOKING THRU - SEE THE
POSSIBILITIES OF SECURING HERE JUST THE RIGHT THING FOR EV­
ERY MEMBER OF FAMILY AND CIRCLE OF FRIENDS.
WE ARE READY TO HELP YOU MAKE THIS A
MERRY CHRISTMAS - WITH NO REGRETS.
A “HOT’ SPECIAL
FAMOUS
AT LOWER PRICES
We need more room for Xmas goods. If you
need a Heater of any size or shape you can buy it
— if you lluqy—‘at a substantial discount. None
reserved, but there’s only one of each kind and size
to sell at the speciaL price.
Cole’s Hot Blast
Cole’s Air Tight
Palace Combination
Mission Combination
Cheerful and Acme Wood Burners
Your old stove taken in exchange
lie lielield this celebrated Oriental at In* at tlie Ilialto next Wednesday und
work in a salmon cannery at the en­ Thursday.
Hey. Rates Hears From Overseas
trance to an Alaskan river.
From ovithcsh iiiinc many kindly ■
“The Iron Chink” Is one of the
l-H—b-b-S-T-t—I—W—!-!-!—1-1—1--1-K
George Fitz.mauricé has used color in-' ig. < of.g<i< t| wishes from friends I
most efficient machines which this plniKigraphy in Ills production of "f Rev. Alfred Bates, a patient nt the
Mae Marsh "came, back home" when nits-hanieal age has produced. It Is * ythereii,
tlie Godilcss of 1x>ve, Good Knmtirit.in hospital In Portland.
she signed a (xtntract to play n lend­ , a pieie of mechanism which works which lie is milking for -First Nation • lit I t friends of Ills home town.
ing part In I>. W. Griffith's produc­ ( with an intelligence uncannily human. nl. lie regards tin* use of color pho- Bristol. Enghind and interesting facts
tion. "The White Rose,......................
a Calteli
Wlien tlie great salmon runs begin tugriiphy ns Ideal for such parts of are given regarding the crowded cmi-
Artists release coming to tlie Rialto , In the northern rivers, th«1 llsh nre the production tliat may represent dltfons there In a village mar Brls
| caught and carried to the cannery dreiims, allegory or any detached part
theatre* all day today.
td. -list miles from Tz»ndon. the sanl
After an ubsetiee of six years, the where "The Iron Chink" receives of tlie story.
tary Inspector rcportisl that tlierc
little freckle faced school girl whom them, elelllis. washes, cuts, cooks,
Tlie fulling in nml mit method pre- were 23 pmp!o sleeping in four bed­
Tlie
[
cans
Griffith moulded into fume in
anil seals them all in a fe«' ilntisly used vltli the lirtcssary ex rooms. and 12 fN'Ople were sltcping
Birth of a Nation" returned tn his minutes. The machina tukes the tlsii pill lui tor; titles Is often isinfllsliig toi in mm luslroom In another iumic.
direction again to remime her itirvcr. 1 In at one «•ml mid turns them out nt th** sfN'ctiilor.
If these, visions are
An amns|ng Incident occurred there
Mae Marsh was tin* youngest of all| the other in rows of shining cans.
proselited In color, tile efTeet intended recentfy.’ said the writer. Because of
the screen leading women to attain
In “The Alaskan," a James Oliver J1»'«.... ms more dramatic nml inspiring, i Sill'll < rowileil contili iena. .It In alno st
celebrity.
When .she was JS, she l Cur wood story of the far north, Tim prologue of "Cytlieron." wliiili hfl|s'ssili]e
islble to rent if liotm*. esjMs'lally
went to the Grlfllni studio vHth her which WIJIIs Goldbeck adapted to the « III lie nil llllegorleni outline of til" | if olio lias nmnv children, fine day
older sister, and wan busily upturn ^ screen, this mqier-humaa machine is Goildess of Love, nn exit rlof of Ciilia1 ro "fitly haa
a wnnian Who was fully alive
Ing stones to watch the biack bugs Ahown at work, Next to Estelle Tay­ and an interior of n ilaviina cafe,
to liotii those facts visited nn ngrnt
crawl from under, when Griffith first lor, John Mainpolls. Charles Ogle. botli of which are dreiims, ar«' nil In’ who had on liis liwiks Just «no’ll a
saw the play of expression that has Frank t'linqs-nu anil
Alina
May ct lor.
house n«i Flic wmjtod. In tlie course
made her face unrivnlled.
Wong, wlm head the supporting’ cast.
"I'.Vtbi H U," Goddess of Love. ' will of tlie conversation lie naked If she
A y«nr later she was known “The Iron Chink’ plays one of the Is- shown til the Ilialto theatre next iimi any children.
throughout the world as the little moat important parts in the picture.
Monday and Tuesday, and Is mid t"
"I have had eight.'" she snld with
slater of the Cameron family in "The
n present George Fltxmnnrlee's most
'i. “lint six are in tlie clnirili
Birth of a N'atloh." <jf her Mr. Grif
,
However. Lois ’Wilson tells It. so it iliamntie nml aesthetic iiehteVemcfif. yard.'1
fltli has said:
'<Hi will." snld the agent, sympn-
"Every other nifdion picture ' star must Is* true.
Maude -ib-llniny. henntlfal star of tlieiloaliv. "I slmll not ohlct to two."
lads claim* that she has emight
1 have ever known was'
---- ’
’‘ 1 made'
hy I
Uinny of tim I'eooiit successful feature
Negotiations' ts>ntlnned. and the
long training and much hffrd work, j rainbow trout without rod. line or photoplllys. Is again seen In a genuine woninn left tlie offlix' with the sign'll
Caught them with her Imre
Imt Mae Marsh «as born a film slur. net !
si reen iiitruetii n. "No More Women!" a rroi"m«nt In her b ig. Th* tlr«t tiling
Destiny Itself seemed to Iiav«' he«'ii hands! And there lire 30 or mure which will if sin «11 nt tlie Ilialto “lie did was to call the six chl'drcn
persona. including William Fnrniim.
her coach tn acting.” •
Wallace Worslev and Edward Horton, theatre Sundnv. Playing'tlie lemlhig from the tlinrelivnril where. Is-lng a
She was ilie youngist
male role Is Mutt Moore, wliose re­ truthful nomaii. she. had told them
wlm wllj substantiate her claim.
ture star to rwvive u large
lent ehinaiterlzntioiis have made him to «nit until tlie ngent had gune.
■
Wnllmi>
Worslev.
who
produced
long before she was of age, having!,,
Increasingly |>optilnr among Him fans.
“
The
Mail
Who
"Fights
Alone"
fur
signed a contract for *3,(kH> a week
i Paramount. In which William . Far- Kathleen ClitTiird. Clarence Burton.
Highway Park Is Planned
with another producer.
I George CoojM-r lllul Stillihi pe Wheat­
A «into highway park tliat will
The Intervening rears have brought ’ num is starred. was sent with Ills croft also nn* In this all star cast.
rivnl Crown Point on the Columbia
her much experhiiie. and witli tills [company to llunthigton Lake. Calif.,
When (lie |iarly arrived
River hlghwnv. f.ir scenic mitlmik.
she returns to tlie Griffith illrcition oti location
It
found
tlie
lake
dry,
except
for
a
Clyde
Cook.
the
funny
man
witli
i« being ptu ni <1 I t the Wmiiington
to face one of the most interesting
few
small
stretches
of
shallow
water
tlie
funny
one
way
mnsliiuho.
tn
liis
lliirhwny Denartment.
Dennrtment. according to
experiments the spciHnctilnr motion
In
tin
sc
stretches
and
the
adjoin
­
new
laughing
riot.
"The
Misfit.
"
will
niidimts of Kkaiisnln
Hkamanln county. The
picture Industry has ever ofTered.
ing puddles numerous trout, from 1(> I»' at the Rialto next Wednesday and Washington road authoriti«« pro|s>s<-
cui-.——
to II inches long. Imd become land­ Thursday, It lx n Intitfliing spasili in to imrehnse hl acre« on the top of
“The Iron think" has Ixim edited locked. being unable to esca|s‘. verj" two reels.
Mount Pleasant. almost immediately
fo the east chosen to support Thomas lltllu difficulty- was experienced in
across ‘the Columbia from Crown
Melglmn In his new starring vehicle, fisliiug them out with the hands. Tile
Through tlie unusual litre exercised Point, Tim nlot in beautifully wooded
"The Alaskan." coming to the Ilialto result of one niornintfs mkirt pro ..In the sélection. the moat r ____ ____
and n »milII creek flown through It.
Friday and Saturday. Herbert Bre- vided an apiHdialng mess of broiled oust which haa ever supported talented
Thom­ Ample parking and camping plot a
n<m, who proilunil the picture for trout fur the entire party.
as Meiglian. ap|a*ara In bin new Para­ will lie arranged for the motoring
Paramount, made the addition when
“Tlie Man -tWIio Fights Alone
mount starring vehicle, “Tlie Alas pulille, it was stated.
STAGE AND SCREEN f
Hold Heat Electric
HEATERS
12-lnch Reflector. This effi-
cient and handy portable elec-
trie heater is one of the sen-
aationa of the electric trade.
Just th«, thinf for bath room
or bed room.
Clean, Safe, Economical
Weekly Special
FA
Price only
tJpO.Dv
■e—- w
E. A. FRANZ CO.
walks hack along tlie trm k to pro­
EXPLANATION OF
tect against a following train.
Four or live blasts of medium dura­
the flagman to the train,
CODE OF WHISTLES ‘t tion Four calls short
whintlea In the engin-
f eer’s way of asking for train order
-• -
For the benefit of the curious tbi pvignal.
Southern Pacific company tells what ' Two short whistles mean "Thank
You” or "I get you.'
the locomotive lllfUIIH when it sa.VS.
One whistle of medium duration
“toot! toot!”
followed by two short blasts call,
Four blasts, twö of medium length attention to signals displayed for a
a ltd two short, in a warning tliat the following section.
One long blast Is given when train
locomotive is approaching
_ a public
junctions,
grade crossing and is the engineer's is approaching station,
way of saying “laiok out. I'm com­ draw-bridges and railroad crossings
ing.’’
'
.
- ut grail«'.
Two short blasts given three time«
One abort, sharp whistle menus that
tlie Iiftnd brakes are needed to help is signal to trainmen that airbrakes
the engineer stop. With modern air­ are sticking.
brake equipment this signal lias be­
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DeLaval Crram Separators
come practically obsolete.
A succession of short blasts telin
If you have a worn-out, creatn-
IMxlentrian, wandering stock and other waatlng sejiarator. you're inlying for
trcspusaera to get off the track.
n new Deljival whether yon Imy one
One long blast followed by three or not. Can you afford it? Bennett
short ones, and tlie rear flagman Brothers.
Seluhe Camp Eire News
Friday night. Novemls-r 7. the
Selolie girls entertained the Ta leak « a
Camp Fin- willi a masquerade party
al tlie Illverside church. The cos­
tumes were unique and various.
There were .Jack Tars, clowns, gyp­
sies. Mi xlcatis. and the usual assort­
ment The room was Is-aiitifull.v dec-
orati ,| in riiflleti streamers of pink
and heliotrope crepe pais-r, Gay col-
'.'teil bjbysm* '.verç. SI1SJMHik'd from
Hfr-
ntiiT AmfeHr was freely
thrown'during the evening. The girls
played snappy games and tricks mid
the guest i.f limn r. MI'S Juliet Wlilt-
teker. ti Id real fortunes.
Jjiter In
flu- evening a sissial number was
-•-• ven by Miss Lila Mae Pike. De­
lirious pencil ^md French pastries
«■ere served. Tlie party ended gayly
about Ki p. ill.
Last Thursday night the girls met
at tlie Illverside church for their
weekly meeting. Hues were paid and
liinks of file play were given out.
Plans wer« discussed for tlie Tliank'-
gJrhtj- nm| Christinas holidays.
*
Toys for Tots, Sleds, Scooters, Skates and
> Athletic
Goods for Young Folks.
Silverware, Chinaware, Pottery, Lamps, Rugs
and Furniture, for the Whole Family.
Sample Heating Stoves
Perfect wenthrr mid Thanksgiving
spirit combined to make the handiciip
loiirnanient nt the Ihsul lliver'Coun­
try club Sunday a great siu-nss. W.
J. Knight, veteran of tlie Aasoehltlon
office force, planted ids flag within
2n ft et of nnnilier one hole on Ills
third time around to win the nivpted
lilg first prize turkey.
Harold Davis luuj I. II. Ceil'Twall
pi'oeil tlielr liaiidl-iip ratings to lie
IH-rfect l,y Baking thei? lulls In num
i"T nine enp for two complete rounds,
sharing second and fiilrd places !*•-
iwecn them.
Hr. C. W. Hamilton
hinileil within six Inches of the IXth
cup for fourth place. Just four lnche>
ngiirir than E. It. Moller. While It
Imd l.ven planned to give hilt one
liJril or | h sillily t w if the'*compel I
lion Justified It. th" iiiieX|ui'tedly
large iiuuils'r of entrants. 3ll men. el.
till'd the tonrmimeiit i<immittee, heail-
I by E. E. Ilmwe. to |>r«wHf four
if tlie birds which made I he old Pil­
grims fammis.
Not only that, bttt the fliu.' .«•Hither
persuaded nine «t'lneti to engage In
mi. Impromptu com|Hdilii n. ami Mrs
A. F. Adams, with Ini' Hag but 10
vird.s away from tlie nip-on tin-
Ixth gr«i*n, won tlie prize liird for
tlie turkey cookers. Mrs. C. W. Ham
llt< n «as seNmd. mid tlie other
women finished in tlie following or­
der :
Miss Burtesna Worxhinl. Miss
Ila Nichols. Mrs C. C. Crew. M Ins
1.11'n M'Curdy. Miss Hendricks, M rs.
Mortimer and Mrs. Alexander.
Of, all 39 contest nuts in both s«i;-
Hons, Mr. Knight was file only |nr
son to get beyond the isth green In
Ids allottnl iininlx r of strokes. How­
ever. s_o closely bnui lied were "they
nil. that no .lings «ere planted laiek
of the Iflth green.
Tn addition to the five mon alwive
ineutl. m il the following took |>art ill
tlie toiirnami tit:
Nichols, Pt-tors.
Poolcy. Alexander. Mortimer, Ander­
son. Hackett, Welier. Banks. Boyd.
HeWltt. Monse. Fletcher. Crew. <1. ('.
Woolpert. George Smith. Abraham.
Mnrpiiy Rinker, W. II. Woolpert. T.
Smith. E C. Smith, Ciilliertson, Hurl
hurt, mid F. Kelly.
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✓
OBITUARY
IVinafcrd, BHIara
Ralph Lewis Buys Fine Cockerel
Ralph R. I^wla, whose pen of five
hens recently made an average yearly
record of 202 eggs at the testing sta­
tion at Puyallup, Wash., Monday re­
ceived a new cockerel from Herbert
Mr.
A. Daniels, of Grafton, Mass.
Lewis paid $35 for the bird.
The great grand dam of the cock­
erel had a 300-egg record.
.
Read’« Radio Shop, the Radio Shop
of Hood River.
sihti
Did You Wash With A Smile This Week?
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17
Vacuum Electric
tAÒI WASHER
This is the Washer which brings
forth that Smile of Pride
and Contentment
ONE-FIFTH OF ALL THE WASHERS
SOLD LAST YEAR WERE
i
R -t
Sb
>
Funeral services for Wlrieferd Hed-
fern, of The Jlulles, werw. held here
Thursday. IntM-uieat following at the
Idlewilde cemetery. Mr. Redfern, aged
22 yearn, died Tuesday night of last
week from an infection of the jaw.
He la survived hy hi« widow and a
baby aon, the latter born Saturday,
November 15.
The EASY of Today is
the Result of 47 Years
of Work and Study
So it is natural we should stand
head and shoulders above
competition
Just call 1484 and ask for the SMILE DEPT,
We will be very glad to demonstrate.
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
Apple City Electric Shop
THE EASY WAY IS THE BETTER WAY