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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1906
ROAD DOWN NORTH BANK (Continued from Page 1.) this point of tlio river. 0. M. Levey, vice president of the Ncithern Pacific, in reported to be directing the move:). out in person. He arrived at Vancouver Saturday, b ic kept well out of night. He wag accompanied by Constructing Engi neer Bethel ami A. O. Avery of Taco nia, chief counsel for the Pacific, di vision The men avoided hotels and their presence wag not generally known. Mr. Levey hag given the fctrictest orders to all agentg of the Noithern Pacific and the Regulator line that nothing shall be given out concerning the movements of the company's men. Operation!) Opposite The Dalles. Saturday night and Sunday con struction gangs were lauded just across the river aud are pitching camp tm the Korick place, ready to begin work ut once, reports Ihe Dulles Chronicle. Other workmen were brought to Lyle yesterday aud lilX) work horses w ere landed at Cape Horn. The force across the river will be augmented Inter and naturally the activity so chihe at hand will affect business at The Dalles, from whence much of the supplies will bo purchased. When the C. K. & N. chunged bands some mon-.hs ago it was declared it had passed into the hands of the Northern Pacific, which road would make of it a link in the north bank route. A wtek ago when N. W. Bethel, who is bead engineer for theC. K. & N., and has maintained his office at The Dalles for two years past, moved to Vancou ver, it was only another evidence of "doings" on the other side, whiob are developing rapidly in the past few days. GIVE LINEN SHOWER TO MISS BAKER The ladies of the Kasteru Star gave Miss Pansy Baker, who is soon to be married to Mr. DeWitt, a pleasant surprise Monday afternoon In the form pf a shower party. The quests assembled at the borne of Mrs. Fjanipton Q. 1 iron in s, and Miss linker was summoned from the tele phono office where she was substitut ing. Fearing some accident had hap pened at her home sho quickly an swered the call and entered Mrs. Bro sius' parlor to be met with shouts of lungbter aud a shower of liueu. The 1ml it-8 present thou seated ber and placed in her lap a handsome set of tablo linen presented by several mem ber of the Eastern Star, and at her feet a box of canned fruit aud soveral glasses of jelly. In the shower hud fallen liinoh cloths, center pieces, tray cloths, doilies, tovvelH, pillow cases, a pretty bureau soarf, handkerchiefs and other dainty pieces of liuen. One friend, thoughtful of the culi nary department of the new borne presented a Dover egg beater, a cookie cutter, and other articles used in the manufacture of cake. A flowered crape mending bag of a dainty laven der color will remind the young housekeeper of duties beyond the kitchen. A set of silver knives, a sil ver butter kuife aud two handsome China plates were also on the list. A committee of ladies of the Eastern Star, served cake and lelnpn sherbet, arid a social hour or two' were spent In the offering of good wishes and good advice to the prospective bride. " JVlombore ofjjtlie pastern Star pres ent; af, tlio sliowei : Mesdames L. Clark, & ' E. bav'age, P. U. Brbsiu's; (i: 10. Williams, A. D. Moe, A. White head, Wm. Chipping, T. J. Kiunaird, A. M. Kelsay, H. L. Durable, Doug las, L. E. Morse, H. F. Davidsou, Win. Ellis, C. T. Early, Oleu Fabric, Chas. Castner, V. C. Brock, Win. Yata, Carl Ross, E. H. Sbepard, J. L. ilershner, D. E. Hand, C. L Morse. Other guests: Miss Hoadly, Lota Kelsay, Clara Blytbe, Ota Walker, Edith Shea, Dora Dean, Nettie Buck, Bertha Long, (lertrnde Wnllaco, Miss Husu, Mjss Owens, Miss Olingei, Miss Hubbard, Cora Peugh, Nettle Peugh, Htolla Richardson, Olive Stergts, Blanche Blowers, Laura Cranior, (lladys Hartley, Miss Wright, Miss Baker, Majorie Baker, aud Miss CJ off. Initial Tarty of the Season. The initial party of the social sea son was given by the Misses Olie Sturgis aud Blanche Blowers, Wednes day evening of last week at the beau tiful home of Mayor Blowers on St. Clair avenue. The evening was spent in playing tho interesting game ot progressive whist. Prizes were award ed, Mr. Culbertsou winning first and Miss Mellie dinger second. At a late hour a very dainty lunch was served, consisting of fruit, salad, cake aud coffee. The house wag taste fully decorated in China astors and Oiegon grape. Among those invited were: Misses Jdnjorie Baker, Pansy Baker, Mellie OJipger, Lota Kelsay, Laura Cramer, May Davidson, Ethel Eutrican, Alice Vates, Pearl Eccles, Gladys Hartley. Clara Blythe, Stella Richardson and Miss Susie. Messrs. Ole Johnson, Wil liam Sheets, Percy Cross, Clayton lire ck, Thomas Cole, Truman Decker, ft'onto Dukes Bert Eutrican, William Kicr, Tom Laraway, Pete Culbertson arid (Jeorge-Slocom. ' IMinliar-Orr Wedding. The home of Mr. aud Mrs. R. P. Orr, ou Sherman avenue, was the scene of a Very pretty wedding at high Umiu Thursday, September 7, when Miss Hadie Orr was married to J- A. Duubar of Portland. After the cere mony, Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar left for Portland, where Mr. Duubar has pro vided a ueat little home at Mount Scott. Rot. Mr. Hardiugham of Oresham was the officiating clergyman. Rob ert Orr, brother of the bride, acted as ring bearer. The bride was beauti fully attired in white organdie with a white veil, aud she carried a large cl istor of handsomi l ride ros8. Air. and Mrs Dunbar were the re C lents of many beautifuj presets imputed with sbpwera ' of good VMhes. Both ar well and favorably jtiiowu in this city. Mr. Dunbar is a pharmacist of Portland. Notice. Having disposed of my stock ol goods and rented my store, 1 have an olticeinthe old post office building, where I wish to collect all accounts due me, so I can pay what I owe. Then all of m will feel belter to be out of debt. GEO. P. CROW ELL. WILL ADMIT PUPILS FREE All Hood River school children will be admitted free to the exposition grounds ou Hood River day, reports r rank Chandler, who returned lues day from Portland, where be confer red with the exposition officials. This will include the school children of the valley as well as those of the city schools. The special rate of $1.75 for round trip fare on the railroad is good for seveu days, which should iusure a larger crowd than was at first expect ed. A special train will be provided for the occasion, aud will leave here at whatever hour is considered the most onuveuient. Stieet cars will be at the depot to meet the train aud carry the crowds to tbe exposition grounds. The following letter from Theodore Hardee, assistant to President uoode, explains matters in detail: "Tbe presideut has authorized the admission of all school children from Hood River free ou that dat- ; pro viding, they wear badges of uniform character, showing that they are pu pils or tne uood itiver schools, we will have a special gate established for their admission, but their teachers must be on baud to identify them in. addition to tne use or tne badges. The teachers and other adults accom panying the children will, of course, be required to pay the full admission of fifty cents each. In this connec tion, permit me to suggest that you urge upon all parents or relatives the necessity of accompanying the child reu as far as practicable, in order that tnelr safety may be assured. The ex position of course cannot be resnonsl ble for the children, and the presence of the parents would therefore be a great safeguard in protecting them. "If you will notify me (telephone Exchange 42) just at what hour your party will arrive at the main entrance of tbe exposition, corner 26th and Upshur streets, I will arrange to meet them there with a band. "We shall also be glad to provide our Auditorium for any exercises that you may desire to hold. If desired, we can also have an exposition official make you an address of welcome, aud the baud will likewise be at your ser vice. "If you have any data that yon wish us to publish in connection with this special 'Hood River Day, ' we shall be glad to utilize it to the best possible advantage. Inasmuch as no other publication thau the Daily Official Program is allowed fo circulate on the exposition grounds, I would request that you furnish me with the details of your program or Itinerary for the day and we will have It inserted in that program, " CHILDREN SHOULD ATTEND REGULARLY W. A. Wiley, city superintendent of schools, says that owing to the diffi cult aud unsatisfactory work of unit ing classes starting one half year apart, there will bo no boginnerV class formed after the Christmas holi days this year. "This announcement is niaje, "sayf Superintendent Wiley, "because om primary grades are net overcrowded and we will take all pupils' who will be six years of age beforo March 1, if they come not later than tbe third week of school. After that time the classes will be too far advanced for be ginners tb take up tbe work. It b also very important tbi't the little folks attend iePulily. Our school. must follow the tta(e cormc of study which provides for but one class in each grade and tbe beginning class to be started at tho Ix-giL-uiug of the school year. "Our schools aio beginning tho year's work With bright prospects. The present enrollment is about i'M, and the teachers are glad to fee tin interest fir tbe patrous manifested by tbe unusually large number of visit ors. If you haven't visited our schools, do so aud see for yourself what or.i schools are doing. " The Latiu class began work under tbe direction of Professor Crouse on last Monday with a membership of 12. Want Wasco flutter at the Fair. John Koberg is in receipt of a letter from 0. L. Schmidt, superintendent of the Wasco county exhibit at the exposition, asking for samples of Hood River butter for the Wasco couuty display at tbe fair. Mr. Schmidt would like about eight or ten rolls, and says in his letter: "The Board of Judges on Exhibit will get in to judge, commencing about tho 1.1th of this mouth, and we should like to have the butter on or before that time. Wasco county is not represented at all with its dairv products, aud if we do not till this gap in our county exhibit we will not get tbe number of points necessary to get the premiums. "Send butter by express at my ex pense, also eudorse bill for butter aud I will remit at once." As Mr. Koberg sells bis milk, and his dairy herd being dry right now, he is not in position to supply the butter. Mr. Schmidt would be pleased to receive butter from any other Was co county dairyman. W 111 Contest the IMvers' Will. Heirs of Paves Divwis, the Hood River pioneer, who nlerj last summer, have Hied a contest against the will, the Netf Bros, being the defendants I., tha mm .lna nivAra of (iolden- dale, Mrs. James English and Mrs. M. H. iNickelseu or rood Kiver nave niea the complaint, and the case came up for first hearing before Judge Lake ut The Dalles, yesterday afteruooo. Deputy Sheriff dinger served sub poenas yesterduy on the following witnesses: John Heinrichts, Dr. F. C. Brosius, D. A. Turner and Chris Desman. 1 Will Complete Uradlnir Vb Month. Charles T, Early reports that the Mount Hood Railway Co. expects to have all grading completed by the end of this month, except that on the few pieces of laud where rights of way nnt l4Hii nhtnined. Condemna tion proceedings have been institut ed, aud tne cases win oe taaen oeiure i.iJd. UrnH-lmu- the 24th of October. the judge not desiring to call an extra session or tne jury ueiore mat, uaie, the recti la r session of court opepiug gboitjy altor' Filters In the Reservoir. Tlio o,utnr cnmiiiu into the mains from tbe resevoir now flow through a Altar whinh nrarpntA sediment or any small particles from floating int . . . . v. . - .. ' . -. 1 .ut the mains. 4.06 now Ol water is uiu elent to till the reservoir every two hours in the day, consequently the water would be both fresh and clear. The water company has executed a contract to furnish water free for flushing tbe gewer systems to lie put in by the city In tbe near future. WILL SHIP CREAM BY THE HALF TON Special Correspondence. Mount Hood, Or., Sept. 13. "Talk about cream," enthusiastically re marked Robert Leasure the other day, "Why the people here have struck their pace all right. All are getting interested in the business, and by an other year there wil. tie at least 1000 pounds of cream going out of here at a shipment. All will then have a good job at home instead of going away to work. It will also make a good market for our hay, which we Have not had for the last year or two. " Charles Hellmer had a rather expen sive runaway last Friday, but the horses were not hurt. His wagou was a total wreck, having bitched onto two or three stumps. AH are busy with their second crop of clover, bay which is a good crop. What was the matter with! Mount Hood last week? We want the pat rons of the Glacier to know all about this place every week. Only the primary department of the school has opened here. The other department will begin about the llrst of the month. The Board finds teach Ara nr n HCHrce article. There will be au auoitou sale on the M. Dumas ranch this week, the Hrst of the kind in the valley. V. V. Willis is going away, but we look for him back before long. First-class Surveying Outfit At the Emporium are kept 2 Orst-clast transits and solar attachments, and the proprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre age property in lots and blocks, and do- j ing all kinds ot survevinn ami mailing. JOHN LELASI) HENDKHSON, City Engineer. STEIN5LOCIi CLOTHES, Hardware SteWaft'S Furniture Furniture Dept. The enlargement of our store to more than double capacity gives us the wish ed for chance of buying in the closest way from foun tain head the latest and best and placing it in your hands for less money than small dealers pay. Our ex penses are only 0110-fourt.h that of the same size city store. Our costs are the same. Can there be any question of where goods are sold at lowest price? We can prove it all in an hour's inspection of our beautiful new lines. Hardware Dept. Here again the enlargement is telt. We buy the following goods by the carload and pay cash : Wire Fencing, Nails, Barbed Wire, Mouldings, Doors.Windows Lath, Cement, Lime, Genuine Wood Fibre Plaster, Sash Weights Our contract for tonnage in Roofing and Paper, Paints Oils and Class, and qnantities in Cutlery, Axes, Edge Tools, Eish ing Tackle, Guns, Ammunition and StOVeS, gives us tin' lowest cost in the United States. Who sells good goods cheap? 1 1 . 'S&MiL ...5v H JL.,- MSY II 11 B III . I III I2 -it mi - irk rm it' i ui in I 1 t We are anxious to have you understand it. Orders for beautiful Crockery placed nine mjoijths since in jer mauy, France and, Japan are now due. We ilefy the 'competition of any stare, In Kitchen Goods of any kind Till, Granite, Copper, Nickle, Aluminum, we are putting out nidi :i lOVinge in pricing as mui-t -d n I ,V" ntleii- tion to savin,. ; el 11 w nu t i lekles, Seasonable Goods Fly Paper, 5Q slice's 45 Wire Fly Killm 10 lawn Mowers 8.50 to 12.00 lee Cream Freezers. . 2.2", to 4.00 1 t;i by Carriages and Go-Carts 8.75 to 80,00 Trout Flies, per du. . , ,83 to 1.20 Leaders, 1 to !1 yards, . ,05 to .80 l.iuen and Silk Lines. ,05 to 1.75 Fly Poles 1.00 to 14.00 20 per cent discount on Shut (inns. line of Floor Rugs, milling from $1 to $30, will inteiest mi. Carpets, Linoleums, Shades, Oil Cloth, Shc'f and Table Oil Cloth, now arriving. Price, h h' niul quality all' guaranteed. Stove: Stewart's Crockery that we are interested iu you and your . clothes wants. We may be able to help you with suggestions. We want to know you personally. Our olotheH (Stein-Illoch) and furnishings are the best we can find in America. We are on record for that, nnd we can " Deliver the Goods." Come in. You need not buy. Just get acduainted. VOGT BROS. Hood River, Oregon B 9C DC Money makes the Mare Go. 51 BARTMESS' FURNITURE STORE flOSS! A CASH THE GUARANTEE OF THE Hszelwood Cream Co. IS BEHIND THE, Cream Separator p-' 'a. ssrrar "SlSS'.': I''- ------ Write for Catalogue, HAZEL WOOD CREAM CO. Portland, Oregon. Square Deal Store Do not forge.t t you will get full value for your moiipy every time you trade with me. When in need of Groceries, Flour and Feed Call and see me. You will find it pays to trade here. Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and aii kjwis of Agricultural Implements Alfalfa, Clover and All Kinds of Field Seeds. I have just added a stock of PAINTS and am pre pared to guarantee prioe and xuality. Come in and make your wants known and get prices. It will pay you. Yours for Business, D. M'DONALD 3rd and Rirer Strt. Hod Kivar, Ore. After July 511st we will be on a cash basis. We feel that in justice to our selves, as well as to you, our cash customers, we must take this course, nnd now if you want goods as cheap in price as any one can soil for cash, w e invite you to come. We are grateful to yon, our time customers, for your support in the past, but we are confident that we can show you it is to your interest to buy for cash, for pay day soon rolls around even on a time sale. Your dollar will buy one dollar's worth, and we will show you we appre ciate it. Trices greatly reduced. Remember we are the leaders in reducing prices. E BARTMESS 3 Fnrnitnro hnilrlinrf Mntorial Parnate Da into oin Liuiiuiuii, uuiiuiiii, mumiui. VtUipiiJy 1 uiiiu, in. E. R. Bradley PRINTING HIGH GRADE PAMPHI AND COMMERCIAL WORK PROMPTLY PERFORMED PRHIS ALWAYS BIGHT RK S ) We are het fco do your work today ' tomorrow and every other day, md f our money (what little we have) I U ipent in Hood River. We want I your work and can do it neatly and i SATISFACTORILY Cream, Soft Drinks and Confectionery, Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco. Hood River Heights Confectionery H. F. JOCHIMSEN. Prop. Near Iiaxetwll Groundx on the Ilulgliti Give Us a Cull Can get a First-Glass 250 MEAL at the HOTEL WAUCOMA P. F. FOUTS, Prop. HOOD RIVER, OREGON. HOOD RIVER Sanitarium MARY P. JOHNSON, M.D., Supt. Ideal Home for Invalids Climate and view unenrpaged iu the United States.- Some Bargains. Our lint contains alxut 40 different tracts ol fruit and general farm lands in Mosier; about 600 acres In Underwood, divided into tracts of from 40 to 320 acres each; also alxttit 1S5 different tracts of farm projKirty in llood River valley, and some very desirable resi dences in Hood River and Mosier. S3, fi acres mile out; berries and orchard. A beautiful location. Will be mid at a bargain. 24. 42 acres 4 miles out, 10 acres In orchard, 10 lull In-ariiiR. Kimt-class Im irovements. A Ix-atitiful home. 2. 4(1 acres in the most beautiful por tion of the valley. 4 acres in orchard one year old, HJ acres in berries, 4 acres in alfulfa, balance general fanning. 114. Two Mi-acre tracts about nine miles out; one on eaHt side, other west side. Choice for $1100. A number of ft, 10, 20 and 40 acre tracts of unimproved land that will liear iiivestlifntion. Also a number of large tracts from 100 to 320 acres in Ore gon and Washington. Some few resiliences and lots in every portion of the city. W. J. BAKER & CO. Real Estate Agents Hood River, Oregon. White Saluion-Hood River Two big nail boats, two big perfectly safe gasoline launches and two big ferry scows. Expert sailors in charge. Boats' leave at all hours. DEAN & PEARSON Livenned Ferrymen. "The Half Way House" The Falls Hotel OEO. W. CARTER, Prop. The most beautiful spot on the White Salmon river. New house, 20 fine, lnrge rooms, newly furnished. Large feek barn in connec tion. Ilusuin, Wash. 5000 TELEGMPK NEEDED Annually, U All the new MsLt lotis vr nw hy ItallroHif Kiifl 'ieUyrnpti oompnnl's. W want YOUNU MKN aud LAUJKrtuf kmmI r.ubii-to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R. R. ACCOUNTING We furnish 7R por cent of theoix'n turn nnd Htatlnu AifnUIn Ainnrlcii. (inrmx six . kuIiuuIh are the lurKfwt exrhiNiv1 TelixrHph schools i N THE wiihi.ii. Ktutillhrd n) yinrs mill en. dorm hy nit lending Hallway oiliirjitU. We Mpcute a rJWI Bond to eve- y student lo furnish him or her a noalMoii pH.vlns.' from -10 tofiua month In Httltn east of the Hoi ky Mountains, or from (75 to S a month in Ktal.-s wi-Ht of the Kockles, l.M.MKUIATKI.V UPON UKAIilJATION. Hludents can enter at nnv time. No vaea tlonn. Kor full particulars reardlnr any of our Helmols, write dirt ct to our executit of fice at Cincinnati, O. ( 'uIhIokuc free. The Morse School of Telegraphy Cincinnati, Ohio Atlanta, Hn. Triarkana, Tex. Ilull'nlo, N. Y !.h 'rosse, WW, San Kraucisco, l ul. WOOD FOR SALE. I am prepared to furnish mill and slab wood, amo other kinda of wood. I have a new tttam wood saw and am prepared to do sawing. AIbo do general team work. FRED HOWE. Phone 121.