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POOD U1VER GLACIER. TIIUKDaY, DECEMBER 21, 1922
WOODRUFF-McCULLAGH FUND IS DISTRIBUTED B my mg Msy A thousand and one useful things from our regular stock assembled for convenient inspection and a tremenduous lot of special Christmas things besides. Why ! we've seen many scowls of perplex ity changed to smiles of joy and satisfaction here. Gifts For Everybody Mere MOTHER Silverware - Glassware China - Aluminum Jardiniere - Lily Bulbs Sewing Rocker Sewing Basket Davenport Dining Suite Kitchen Cabinet Floor Lamp Tea Wagon - Rug FATHER Thermos Bottle Lunch Kit Pocket Knife Hunting Knife Flash Light Gun - Razor Easy Chair Smoking Stand Foot Stool Phonograph Traveling Bag SISTER Tennis Racket Skates - Picture, Manicure Set Vanity Dresser Cedar Chest Bed Room Rug Writing Desk Sofa Pillow Piano Lamp Wardrobe Trunk BROTHER Golf Club Base Ball Boxing Gloves Snow Shoes Skis - Skates Knife - Razor Smoking Stand Dressing Case Traveling Bag Wardrobe Trunk SANTA'S 'BIG TOY STORE GIFTS FOR ALL OF HIS LITTLE ONES Dolls - Wagons - Sleds - Toy Furniture Doll Carts - Engines - Trains - Games Blackboards - Blocks - Scooters We trust that all our friends and our friends' friends will share bounteously in the Joys of a Merry Xmas. A.'FirsiiniZ Co WMWs-tBmr rtl" vmfwm-wmn The Apple Grower Association, in letters accompanying checks to grow ers Monday, announced the distribution or .J4.390.52 collected from ex-Sales Manager C. W. McCullagh and Dwight u. woodruu, now.manager cf a cooper ative agency at Wenatchee. who repre sented -the Association as sales man ager of its New York City office. The letter, signed by W. J. Knight as trus tee or the fund, reads: "You have heretofore received a re port of the questionable activities of Messrs. McCullagh and Woodruff in handling your fruit while they were employed by the Apple Growers Asso ciation. 'There has been recovered from the said parties on account of said activi ties for the crop season of 1920 a suffi cient amount to warrant a distribu tion." Charges were made at the annual meeting of the cooperative agency in 1921 that the two employes had en gaged in apple sales for private com mission. M"M"H"M 1 1 1 I I I H M -I I I-1-1 1 I MAS, FURS AND FEATHERS H H 1 , , ,h ,.,.i....i.,..H"H I 'M l 1. 1 Writing to Mrs. Rand from the Riser construction camp of the Pacific Power & Power Light Co. 12 miles from Mil ton, Fred Rand tells of an interesting sight Sunday before last when a bull elk almost walked into the camp. I he big fellow, according to Mr. Rand's letter, was sightedjon'an emi nence just above the camp, calmly looking down on the men. Calls of those who first sighted the. bull to their fellows frightened him and he dashed off around the bill top. Mr. Rand and his son, Clayton, walked around the hill in the opposite direction hoping to obtain another view of the bull. To their astonishment, as they rounded a rocky point, they came in full view of a herd of elk. The animals remained quiet near them for some time. He even had time to count them. said Mrs. Rand. "There were 21 of the beautiful animals." First Church of Christ, Scientist Services will be held in Church Buildine, 9th and Fngene, Sunday, 11 :00 a.m. Subject: Christ Jesus. Wednesday service, 8 p. in. The reading room is open daily from 3 to 5 p. m., in the Church. Worthwhile Gifts For small caeh outlay. Hoosier Kit chen Cabinet, White Sewing Machine, Cheney Phonographs, Maytag Washing Machine. Easy terms of payment. E. A. Franz Co. d7-21 J totr to &ab tit ffti fttrtftrtitf mb mi mil) pmwf will tmuaru nmu THE HOOD RIVER MACHINE WORKS WOMEN'S CLUB NEWS At the last meeting of the Hood Riv er Woman's Club yesterday afternoon, the organization discussed legislation concerning women and children. Mrs. H. G. Cooper was chairman of the meeting. Chricfcmas Cheer The elements are setting the stage for a real Oregon Christmas. None of us mind so long as the chill Mowing of an East wind does not give the unwelcome promise of intemperate cold. Cut whatever the weather may be, remember that we are ever ready to furnish you the substantial fuel for the inner man, Meatf of all kinds. And whv not trv some of our Dork sausatres. just the thing this kind of weather. They're SERVICE, QUALITY AND SATISFACTION The Hood River Market A. F. DAVENPORT, Prop. Phone 4311 "SAVE A DAY" NIGHT SERVICE Effective December 11, 1922 Portland to Hood River and Way Points Str. MADELINE Freight and Passenger. Lv. PORTLAND Mon., Wed. and Fri. evenings 11 :30 p. m. Berths ready at 9 :00 p. m. Ar. HOOD RIVER -8:00 a. m. Lower Berth, 90c. Upper Perth, GOc. State Room, 1.50 DAY SERVICE Str. IRALDA Lv. PORTLAND Mon., Wed. and Fri. mornings 7:15 a. m. Strs. IRALDA and MADELINE Lv. HOOD RIVER Daily, except jvionoay 8.30 p. m. PETER SALTZMAN FUNERAL MONDAY Following funeral services Monday hi tne uartmess chapel, the body of leter baitzman. who died bunday, was taken to roruana for interment. Rev. J. C. Hanna officiated. Mr Sulfymnn native of Harrison county, Mo., was 58 years old. lie was an old bachelor. One brother, Nicholas Saltzman, sur vives. Mr. Saltzman, who had a homestead on the'divide between here and Mosief had resided in the valley for 24 years. It is reported from Skamania coun ty, Washington, just across the Co- umbia from here, that trappers are busier than for many seasons, and that in addition to sums for sales of pelts. many bounties have been paid. Fred israaiey, "spirit Lake trapper, killed a large cougar for which he received a $20 bounty. C. D. Adkins killed a timber wolf, on which he received a bounty of $15. Clothing Remittances Now Available The First National Bank has just received a letter from J. H. Stutes man, in charge of the New York ollice of the American Relief Afsociation, asking that the local financial institu tion rooperate in the sale of clothing remittances for Russia. During the past two years the First National Bank has sold a number of food remittances to local folk who have relatives in Russia. Toys at Franz Co. Fare $1.00 each way THE HARK1NS TRANSPORTATION CO. JACK BAG LEY, Agent. Hood River Portland Boat Landing Alder St. Dock Phone 4'33 Brd. 6344 Here We Are! Culp Han Tires Drop 20 Until Further Notice! Do you realize what that ia on a tire? Take Fords: 30x3 Fabrics, now $7, drop to $S 68 30x31 " $ drop to $7.20 30x3 Cords, now $9, drop to $7.20 30x31 " " $12, drop to 89.60 and every tire in the atore takes the same discount. No reserve and all High Grade stock. Buy now, those prices will not last always. Some of the good factories are advancing prices now. Call at 109 4th St. and see the goods. The Store that Saves You Money.' Christmas Cheer It is our sincere wish that no Hood River home pas3 the Yuletide season without experiencing' the good cheer that should envelop us all. We are headquarters for gifts for men-pipes, cigars, holiday packages of cigarettes and tobacco. Fine gift boxes cf candy. X5hc Electric Kitchen R. S. GEORGE Snap New Chevrolet Coupe Never run a mile Cri Tire Equipment - Sni Yisst Regular $S77.00 Close Out $725.00 We are closing out our Chevrolet Line HOOD RIVER GARAGE All the latest domestic and imported toys and games at about half less than last year e prices. dO-21 Ducks last week were reported to be frequenting sloughs of the Columbia near this city in larger numbers than usual, and hunters hardy enough to brave tne anow storm bagged many mallards. Thursday C. W. Loughary, resident game warden, and William Marshall, of the Oreiron-WRshintrtnn Telephone Co., each returned with a quck auer a snort excursion on tne t loughs. While orchardists in instances have fed China pheasants, no steps have been taken by game organizations to care for the birds. The pheasants, it is said, nave found plenty of cover un der snow-laden bushes. They are feed ing on apples leu on trees of orcbaid haunts. Alva Day, secretary of the Hood River County Game Protective Associ ation, has supplied bags of grain to ranchers on whore places flocks of pneasants are wintering. Walter Shay has become one of the most enthusiatic of local duck hunt ers, tie bagged three fine ducks one day last week. THE CHOCOLATES WITH THE WONDERFUL CENTERS AsriEcnoN of all your favor' jfci-just the kinds that em) one l;kes best and none of the other kinds. Put up in xhs inexpensive, though handsome, crir.-c-ard-gold box, so that the -altie can be all put in the candy itself. Every piece miJe of pur est in crcdicnts-pure, fresh sugar, chocclatc,nut.fru:Ls,crram,but' tcr.honcy.ctc. Buy hcrcbox today. ECRESSE DRUG CO. The Rexall Store Comment on Teal Address Editor Glacier: Some exceotion has been taken to the report of Mr. Teal s address in last week a Glacier. When questions were asked about possibilities of electric power developed ; k 1 . i . . i : i - i i in mo vuiuuiujh river uasin, a may asked if this power would not be given to private companies with the result that we would get no cheaper power than now. Mr. Teal answered : "Not if I have anything to say about it We do not know what plan he has in mind, but he has the reputation in the Northwest of working for all the peo ple. Another student of economic matters who addressed Hood River audiences some time since, said in substance. that the mistake Americans have made has been in granting franchises to pub lie utility companies, such as street railways, telephone and electric com panies without keeping any power of control wnereby they can be held in check. The authority for granting such franchises rests with the wnole people, vested in a city council or a state commission. In some rases these same people have been obliged to pay for dividends on watered stork. Mrs. J. R. F. Midnight Mass at St. Mary's The annual custom of midnight mass Christmas Eve will be continued this year at St. Mary's Catholic church. The pator. Rev. Father Thomas, will officiate Mrf. G. P. Moiden, director of the choir, has announced the follow ing program : Kyne and Gloria from Leonard's maas in E; Credo Rosewigs ; Sanctus, Renedictus and Agnus Dei. Leonard's; Et Incarnatus Est, Mr. Dresser and Mr. Morden ; Adeste Fidelis and Holy Night, chorus: Catitrne de Noel Adam. Mrs. Morden and Mrs. Hickev. Sopranos, Mesdames Dresser and Hickey, and Miss Mary Haslireer: al tos, Mesdames King and Mohr; tenors, Ed Dresser and Geortre Haslincer: bass, Alphonse Mohr. John Mohr. Jr.. John Wostle: organist. Miss Olive Fisher. Masses on Christmas dav w II he cel ebrated at 8 and 9 with Fathre Thomas officiating. M life power 7jc quickest starling motor -Jim on m market Are you having trouble start ing these cold mornings? Drain your tank and refill with "Red Crown." Step once on the starter and notice the difference, "Red Crown" vaporizes read ily in the coldest winter weath er. It yields 100 power at the first jump of the spark. Play safe. Use "Red Crown' and stick to it. Fill at the Red Crown sign, at service stations, garages and dealers everywhere. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) (Quk starting x i I Zcrotcna good cold-tot oil. Bow frevly ntut lubH ctta perfectly la ar.ro weather-protect the beeringr increefe the powf end flexibility of your engine. THE1 UNI-YERS'ALlCa'H Xmas Specials Williams Standard Spotlights $7.00 Lamps for $5.50 $6.00 Lamps for $4.40 During Holiday Season Alone ICZ3QEZ31 BARTOL-MANSFIELD MOTOR CO., Inc. ' ' The Home of Uunusual Service. ' ' We Want Spitzenbergs: The movement of apples in Portland has not been so preat in years, but the Dollar is the selling point. Our selling charge is 15;. Ship to Sheridan Fruit & Produce Co. 211 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon. GET FREE STENCIL AT THIS OFFICE Reception for Bishop Remington" A reception was tendered hv the vp. try committee of St. Mark' Episcopal church at tbe rectory Monday night for the Rt. Rev. VV. P. Remington, here on bis firit official call Irom Raker. Tbe reception was attended by members of all dennm the pastors of other churches present were Rev. W. H. Boddy. of Riverside Community church, and Rev. Gabriel Sykes. of Asbury Methodist church. Rev. iKiliois. ioint rector ct th l and The Dalles Episcopal churchef, was cere. Walt & Acree Lose Valuable Cow One of Watt & Acree 'a f.ne rc-;- tered cows. St Mawes Ijd'a Hnssi died suddenly Sunday morning of acute indigestion, according to Dr. Welch, who attended the animal. The cow as insured in tbe Hartford Live Strait In. H. S. Braakman wishes All of you A Merry Christmas LENORE GREGOKY TEACHER OF VIOLIN Kurort an Training and Experience. Ca!l SafnrJays at Oregon HAtel, or aldr--s Mis Urfory, Hnxk st, Portland, Oregon. Forbes Paint Shop 109 FOURTH STREET Painting in all its tranches. Tel. 36 II surance Comj any for $300.