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HOOD RIVER nTiACIER. f iitiiiStUY, DECEMBER 21, 1922 WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK OP - Christmas Gifts Electric; THAT ARE SURE TO PLEASE. We suggest The al IV f WESTINGHOUSE 1V v7 i j. LLLw tf ii 1 H eadow Lark Thin it the quality mark on electricml pplimnc r"lfin'l'-ffft' Better Coffee And Right at the Table Just when you are comfortably settled at the breakfast table someone wants anothtx cup of coffee and you have to get up and go to the kitchen for it. And this never happens just once during the meal but several times. A Electric Percolator that makes coffee right at the table, that keeps the coffee warm after it's made, would save you many steps every meal, and it will make the kind of coffee that your family likes the best. Business is Perc-ing up. Come in and see us. j More Convenience Outlets Make More Convenient Home 41 Washing Machine m Built for efficient, long, hard service. Fully guaranteed. SOMETHING NEW. The MEADOW LARK Washing Machine. The Royal Vacuum Cleaner One of the best constructed and most efficient The Westinghouse Waffle Iron EXCELS IN ITS LINE. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF THE BETTER CLASS OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Westinghouse Motors, Irons, Toasters, Percolators, Cosy Glow Heaters, and Heating Pads. A complete line of Artistic Lighting Fixtures and Glassware. We maintain a reliable Motor Repair Department where Rewinding and General Repair Work on Motors will be given prompt attention. APPLE CITY ELECTRIC SHOP, Inc. ( E. S. COLBY, President Everything Electrical 214 OAK STREET PHONE 1484 W. E. COLBY, Sec'y-Treat. Come in and see the new Buick 1923 models. Sixes, 11425; Fours, 1025. Hood River Garage. Highest cash price paid lor yonr used furniture, stoves and rugs. Call McClain at E. A. Franz Co. fOtf , J J if M&V. t w f it?-ir CLIMB COMMITTEE MAKES SUGGESTION I S not complete without a LANG Hot Blast Range. Constructed to cut fuel costs. Thick solid top two lids only heat and flames forced entirely around oven, utilizing every heat unit. Made of Armco polished iron. Equipped with hot water coils. Tbt LANG Pacific Range it becoming tht most popular rang in tht Test. Its sim plicity and economy of operation, together with its appearance art reasons for its in creasing popularity. sk Us About Them H. S. BRAAKMAN Phone 2404 Smith Building ii i v . -vr We wish you a Merry Christmas Ke have mU fr JtorBS that yoa will have to order $a orday lor n ) cV your lists early and we will do the rest. "IThii kind of weather might not iur- . .. i;K;r. Mnnn Unnti next ium- mer to many, but nevertheless the American Legion Mount noou uiuiu Committee held a very resultful meet inKS last Friday night when consider able progress was made on plans for the third annual climb in July 1923. With the same committee that has conducted the two rormer ciimuB ki i in charge of the arrangements and with the information and experience they have gained the comm'ttee is con fident of a better climb this. Those who were on the climb last year, or thn rennrt of the com UJUOO TVMV 1 ,"7 mittee showing what provisions were left, will appreciate mo ic ni. 1. ...a ih tr, ootiniHt the number CUII1C uaiu J " v of people that will assemble for meals. When it is rememDereu ium w vkw" is being staged without any desire 10 make money but wholly for the em ployment of those that participate and for the purpose of advertising Mount Hood as one 01 uregon a uiudi, ov...... ... j, ;n h ppn that the BUIBtllulio, iv "... committee is justified this year in re- auiring everyone wno ex pec 10 w uior .liv. n i-cirintfr ind make a de- ivicii with the committee not later . ... . 1 : tk. Cotnr a a a u AAm nan u v Drfi'muiiif liiu ljuiius inaii iicuiict.j f - - day which will later be set as the time for leaving Hood River. The commit tee appreciates the fact that a number will not be able to know by Wednesday whether or not mey win u u . l. : . knoinama Katiirdav. but the leave men . . 7f". .. -n committee is of the opinion that it wi be better to disappoint vnie 1 lu tkoir rMervationa by Wednesday than it would be to have a much larger party than expect j 1 u .hi ti nrnnerlv take rare of tbem. Last year 87 bad paid their fee at the lime we yru'D,u" a . . 1 - ... huvi . iwpr n i it i lucid in i v 250 at camp for something to eat. I he difference in number was too great to be properly taken care of and those ' . . t .... n a in .mnla who made vneir reBerYnun -lufj.n an-A .nv Urk nf ccommoda- tion along with the ones that came in late The corn mil tee is cunuucm m ..ro nf anv size Dartv that wanU to climb the mountain if opportunity is given mem the necessarv arrangements and they 1. i - .rrwt.fi tn mitlce arrantre- can v u av. - menu mu k r r paring for 250;and then have only half that numoer. ....... . j mi. - ; 1.. hit rtwided to extend ina cuuiuu.w. - the camp one day longer. be exact date baa not been sei uuw 1- f some Saturday, Sunday and Monday in July. This will give a fine opportun ;. . mn Saturday, take a I IV 10 KCfc III w . . iv.. o nr. nd emov ,x,me wonderful sliding Sunday, get used to the ligni air, ana in k th ton Monaav. it is planned to vane """ th too Sundav as heretofore and those that fail the first day will have an opportunity w vinB The committee gained much valuable information on the trip to r-mmer 1 pr the truest of Trurcan Butler and this information is being woven into the plana ior mi )--. The information gained by the com mittee from the trip around the moun tain will also be ueed to good advan- . : .(..nlnir lido trina which Will be planned to give those taking them a view of the rugged ice formations on t, yA ear. mil thrilhrtr slides. c nance "" . v " Tbete Uipa.ll not be M strenuous as the climb to the top and from the ex pressions of those who made the side trip last year these are expected to prove very popular. The committee received Some mighty good suggestions on future climbs from those who made the climb last year, and they would like ideas from anybody that might happen to have a bright one. with the idea that this is an enterprise the whole community should be interested in and one that everybody should feel free to offer suggestions for. The committee again went on record as desiring to make the climb a self supporting piopoHiuun uu they are desirous of having the moral support of everyone in the county to just the extent they think it is deserv- kia enrAitoinori have been flutr- gested to help with th? camp fire pro cram and as soon as definite word can " m m A. L 4Liiat - n W i Q be received irom mem men nau.o n 1 ha nnnnnnpud. and even if no en tertainment is planned there will.be J iL ,.aa aw n la T ft plenty present arounu mo kuih make thejevening an enjoyable one and big drawing earn ior me ..i.nu, Tk. .nmrniitui hna no definite mior- X VUI1I1II1 "v. -- . - n ,ka mnr rnnrl but It is to be hoped that the road constiuction will 1 4r ..ni1rTri elnniT tn make it DOSBi vv 1 ai cnuuu .w..B - m ble to drive clear to the camp oy nexi 1 a aa lrnAlvn THri. I.llHL LI119 CUlUJi MM. m newspaper has the edge on the average citizen when it comes to expre?sing an . k.t th ma hi nia naner ne UU1IIIUI1 IV X vw - . . . . rpphea manv people. This should be l In wn nt TlOlt. VPftf WDSn lUO Stat Editorial Association holds Us ..-1 ...ntinii in Hnnd Kiver. BI1IIUB1 VWII.sifc.v They have accepted tne invuatmn 01 IUO LrCKIUil w ... With the roone.at.on that should be given. Hood Kiver can entertain mem r ,u - o. that then will alwavs remember our city and much publicity for Mount Hooa snouiu ieuiu tivrut Rir hna never Deen iouna Dmiir.ir when there was anything to rvnt mor thn 'tnn. If evervDoay Will get behind thia climb we can putfajrec nrrt rrnwa over me IO U in a Bvjrio coming to Hood Kiver. Mt. Hood Legion unmo x-mmuiec, Kent Shoemaker, Geo. R. Wilbur, E. W. Van Horn, K. L. Foust. Harold Hershner. Charles Gumm Leaves for China Charles Gumm. Chinese reetauran- teur, who has been here for the past 16 years, left Monday ror a visit at his old home near Canton. He expects to be absent for about six months. Charles states that he would make the trip to see his aged mother who has been ill and wishes to see him again before being gathered unto her ances tors. He also has a wife and children. Charles began as kitchen boy at the Mount Hood Hotel. He became head cook and several years ago leased the dining room. Now in addition to the hotel care, he ana an associate, uea Sing, own another restaurant, the Hood Kiver Jare. Lee returned last week; rrom a visit of nearly a year at his old home in China. While away ne ej-penenccu being captured by pirates, wno neia 1 . MnnBAM 11 r.f4 valioviirl him nf a Dim ior J annum onu -'--"- - luro-e nortion of his funds accumulated through years of saving. Road Work Not Affected TV,. M.orri Avr thA mid-Columbia AUG Uin-fi" v ka. nf sinnnii wnrlr nn thrt now crade of the North Bank Highway being cut irom the connuence 01 mo nunc Salmon and the Columbia rivers toward Bingen. A steam shovel crew is worn' .no ..uiiu nn a nnftinn ciT inn prane ue iuK v... r. ...... ing cut from solid rock or tne imci.- itat county canyon or tne river, rre quent charges of dynamite are exploded to loosen me dkeii. mu kioimic' H. L. Hasbrouck. optometrist. Tableau at Riverside 1- Vilrlrnn nf Riverside iwem;-u. v....-. ----- Commonitj church Saturday night will . . T.irnirini' inn lujrv. kivo :-; ,, - r. v.ru "Search by the anepneroa, wct wm K hv Mrs. L. L. MurPbV. MISS r J-nkina will reDresent Mary. the mother of Christ, in a scene in the atahla of Bethlehem. The Sunday school classes will sing snatches of old time hymts as the tab leaux proceed. I h l,nrl8imai ceicuranvu " gin promptly at 7.30 o'clock. Dee District to Se3 Bonds tv. n Irriiration District has re titioned the county court to meet with the new 1 v formed organiration on or before January i naaa Ml maillr f 1 a IV v All I 1 ua. a.lv. proceedings and as to the iasuance of bonds in the sum 01 w,uw, wbico be ofed in purchssing the system of the Dee Power & Irrigation Co., which owned the old system covering the orchard section. TTsn a little SURE WHIP in your next MayonaiBe dressing and note the differ ence. iy27tf m t v K. r,n hnv an aiitnmobile vou should see the new btudebakers at the Cameron Motor Co. m4tf Searches of nwrds and reliable ab stracts made by Oregon Abstract Com pany, A. W. Onthank, Manager, S05 Oak EtreeL Tbone 1521. iy20-U Telephone ! Home owners should look upon their insurance agent as a specialist in protec tionready to be con sulted at any moment. In this agency of the Hartford Fire Insurance Com pany you may find exactly that sort of service at your disposal. Make a memo now to telephone 2804 R. E. SCOTT Hood River, Oregon Site ntauaijcr uf (grange GJit-oiirratuw Btoxt joutfl tutilj tlt tltxlw in ttiuilM0 all tr palrmta a tappij txxxh JrttSiipntB o The Hood River Machine Works announces the in stallation of a Marvel Cylin der Re-boring Machine. Let us figure with you on your cylinder re-boring. Free inspedlion-satisfadlion guaranteed. " HOOD RIVER MACHINE WKS. UNGER & LENZ, Prop Tel. 3I7J 5.