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ROSEBURG NEWS-REVIEW. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1925.
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' Broadcasters Agree With
Secretary and Resolve
""Against any Limit
on Advertising
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WASHINGTON, Nov. (.Radio,
grown to It full stature at a vital
force In American life, bat devel
oped problems which must be
solved with governmental cooper
ation. Secretary Hoover declared
today In as address opening the
fonrih national radio conference.
Mora than four hundred dele
gates, representing national and
, international Interests In the radio
field, were on hand to hear the
secretary present to the confer
' ence, meeting at his call, his views
on the vital problem of either con
sestlon by the multiplication of
broadcasting stations and sugges
tions for their solution. . .
"We must face the actualities
frankly," be aald. "We can - no
longer deal on the basis that there
-Is room for everybody on the ra
dio highways. There are more ve
hicles on the roads than can get
by. and If they continue to jam, all
will be stopped."
Willie disclaiming any fixed view
a to the best solution, Mr. Hoovor
declared there must be "federal re
sponsibility In traffic control on
one side of the problem and on the
other he suggested a large share
f control for the community Itself
as to who shall serve it In broad
casting. v
Federal Regulation Urged.
: "In other words, the Ideal situ
ation, as I view it." he said, "would
be traffic regulation by the federal
' government to the extent of allot
ment of wave lengths snd control
of power and the policing of inter
. ference, leaving to each community
a targe voice in determining who
are to occupy the wave lengths as
signed to that community."
The secretary also warned that
a growth of "too obtrusive" adver
tising In connection with broad
i ranting programs would In the end
defeat the best interests of radio
enterprises Itself.
'No Censorship Wsnted.
On the question of advertising,
. the views of S300 members of the
National Association of Broadcast
era, here for the conference, were
' expressed In resolutions adopted at
s pre-eonference meeting laat night
. In which they declared against any
limitation of advertising. The pub
lic Itself is the best Judge of what
' It wants to hear, the broadcasting
Interests held, and can Instantly
shut off undeslred programs.
The association meeting heard
. an address by PauWE. Klugh, ex
, ecutlve chairman ,ln which he de
1 Glared governmental control on a
' basis of limitation waa 1 the. only
thing to save broadcasting from
hopeless ehsos, but it opposed In
the resolutions any form of govern
mental or other form of censorship
of radio programs. It also opposed
licensing of any additional stations
' and urged amendment for the copy
' right laws by congress to end the
"chaos" in the relations between
copyright owners and broadcasters.
CARD OF THANK8
- We take this opportunity of ex
pressing our gratitude to the many
friends who rendered or orreren
assistance and aympathr and con
tributed flowers at the time of the
Illness and death of our loved one.
. . - B. W. MADDOX, and Family.
BE SHORT; PRICE
(AaocUM rnm Leutd Win.)
PORTLAND. Ore.. Nov. . The
turkey crop contrlbutary to Port-
land Is Smaller this year than usual
according to reports from the van-
oua producing sections and It now
looks like the holiday bird will
"hang high". '
Idaho turkeys are going to move
east. A pool of 10 carloads have
been aold to Chicago buyers at
' prloee ranging from IS to 4 eenta.
This cuts off part of the supply
that usually comes to this market.
Douelaa and Lane counties re
port, the turkey crop considerably
lighter than a year ago. Out of
town buyers are coming into Hose
burg and Eugene, although It Is
still early for much activity. .
-In eastern Oregon, Pilot Hock
Is expected to ship two carloads be
tween now and Christinas besides
several minor express shipments.
1 la this district alone the crop is
' larger than last year.
' Weather conditions have been fa-
. vorable tor the growing birds and
A larger percentage than usual will
run to No. 1 turkeys.
' Today live turkeys are selling
ground 30 cents s pound in the lo
cal wholesale market with dressed
birds ranging from 3S to 41 evuts,
depending on slse and quality.
Other lines of poultry are nomi
nally steady.
O- A. C. WRESTLING COACH
WEDS) REEDtPORT GIRL
' CORVALLIR. Nor. 1 fflpeelsD.
Robin Lawrence Reed, we.
known wrestler and Olympic chatn
nlon and contender for profession
al welterweight champion, for the
first time In his brilliant career
gave the other party even tie at
the finish of an Important match.
In. every other contest that Reed
has partclpsted he has been award
ed an unquestionable decision.
- Strangely enough, there was do
n:;:--I
DELAYS THE TRIAL
OF HYMAN HUNTLEY
4) (AiHtl Pre lW Win.) '
MEDKORD. Ore.. Nov. 9
Owing to the Illness of A. It.
Drown, of Ashland, a Juror In
the trial of Hyman Huntley,
section crew worker charged
with first degree murder, as a
result of the fatal stabbing e
last September of Jesse James
Olbbs. In a quarrel over the al-
leged attentions psid by Clhbs
to Mrs. Huntley, a new jury
panel was ordered drawn this
moraine- bv Circuit Judee C. )
id) M. Thomas snd a recess taken Fisher's opened this sale Wed-
i until this afternoon when the . nesday, Nov. 4. and It will con
' work of filling Krown's place ! tlnue all of the present week, and
In the box will begin. while the buslnei) attracted to the
i It Is expected that the re- firm since the opening day has
malnder of today's sessions 4) '
will be devoted to securing a
new Juror, and the opening
statements by both sides, and
that the taking of testimony
will begin In the morning.
throng of spectators It was one of
those quiet home weddings. Robin
Reed was married today at the
home of the bride. Miss Eva Ia
belle Reed of Reednport, Ore. She
Is a graduate of this college. Mr.
and Mrs. Reed will make their
home In Contains.
LOOKING (;MSH NKVV'H ITEMS
The hleh whool miiiientii hell a
fleeting laat Tuendav evening and j
rrui bhiiucu um mmitMii uwiv -
noHatJon. The rot lowing; offirAin
were elected for the etmulnn: year:
Oscar Hod Icy, preildrnl; Walrien
Thompson. vice-president and
Hazel Strickland, eocretary and
treasurer. - -
Our basket ball teams are ra
ting regular practice each even
ing after school and on Monday
and Wednesday vonfngs.
The Halowe'en party at the
Flournoy school house was a de
cided success. Every one report
ed an enjoyable time.
Several bridges In the valley
are undergoing repairs in prospect
of the coming wet season.
Frank Kendall of Kan Bernar
dino, California, is v letting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Paul
son. .
Mr. and Mrs. Knapp, who have
been visiting at the A. H. Nlckens
home, left Saturday for Long
Iteach, California.
Andrew Jacoby has returned
from the Forest Reserve, where
be has been working during the
summer months.
A very interesting debate was
held at the grade school on Wed
nesday afternoon. The pupils of
the seventh grade participated
The question debated was: . Re
solved that the, broom is more
useful than the dish towel. The
negative side woe vlcirlous.
L. O. H. S.
COPCO RATE VALUE
HIGH, TAX VALUE
LOW, SAYS PIERCE
tAMncuttd Ptm. UsmhI Win.)
8ALEM, Ore., Nov. Declaring
that the public utility corporations j
of Oregon are assessed at one value ,
for rate making purposes and a far
lower figure for tax purposes, Gov
ernor Pierre has Issued a state
ment specially pointing out the re
sults of such a policy as Its effects
two of the big utilities In the state,
the Portland Klectrlc Power-Company
and the California-Oregon
Power Company.
In the case of the California-Oregon
Power Company the rate mak
ing valuation Is placed at 5.s2,
615.94, the tax assessment valua
tion at $4,050,761 for this year and
the approximate basis for actual
tax payments under the county
ratios (2,400.11011.
Governor Pierce asserts that the
net earnings of the two companies
on the actual tax assessment val
uations for 1924 were more than
16 per cent, although their profits
were shown to be under 6 per cent
on the basts of their rate making
valuations.
APPLE AND PEAR PRICES
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. . Ap
ples: Oregon; Winter bananas,
fancy S2.25fo2.50; "C" grade I1.S5
(yi.25; Spltsenbergs extra fancy,
I2.60vT2.7S: fancy S2.25W2.504i 2.
75; fancy 2.25I60; "C" grade
1 8563.15.
Pears; Oregon D'AnJoa fancy
13.50ft 4.00 box.
BARBER SHOPS TO CLOSE
All barber shops In Kosebnrg
will be closed all day on Armis
tice Day. They will be open until 8
p. m. on Ihe day before Tuesday,
the loth.
FHF.D JONKS, I'nlon Se'cy.
tXHTI.K Alt1lRSTi:i.
Joseph Kosshurg sn insurance
salesman and Mrs. ltulh Kngles
lon, were arretted here yesterday
by Chief of Police Ketch and De
puty sheriff Shumhrook aud are
to be taken buck to Grants Pass
to answer a stale charge there.
A government investigator Inquir
ed Into the case today, but did
not place a while slave chnrire
against the man aa the case did
not Indicate commercialism. They
are wanted In Grants Pass, how
ever, and a warrant has been Is
sued from that place, an officer
being due this evening to take
them to Josephine county.
Aprons, fsncy work and rues.
Get ymir Christmas supply at J. O.
Ncwland and Son's salesroom, cor
ner Cass and Stephens streets. Sat
urday, Nov. is. M, K. Church,
South, basaar.
WEEKLY AUTO TOLL.
PORTLAND. Nov. . Mrs. I. R.
Oolt died at a hospital today from
j Internal Injuries received when a
iuw"j auii'liimiiif, mil linu lirr
i husband's machine which was
I parked on Brooklyn street,
i Mrs. Lillian P. Newton was killed
i almost Instantly yesterday when an
automobile in which she was riding
aa a guest Went Into the ditch on
the Ilase Line road.
FISIR'S PLEASED -
Potunlny waa a big day In Rose
burg, s:.d among the merchants to
do a record business was the Fish
er store, for many years one of the
busy places In Roseburg. For sev-
V' d'" fibers has been featur-
clearance sale, and the prices
offered on all goods la the big es-
tabllshmcnt have brought buyers
'm all parts of the Impqua Val
been most satisfactory, Saturday
was especially leasing to the man
agement. Hi many visitors
thronged the' store on thnt occa
sion that despite the fact that ex
tra sales people hud been put in
only with grnatest effort could the
eager buyers be served. For
a number of years Fisher's has put
on these annual sales and the pub
lic always looks forward to the
evenui as money savers, as all
goods are materially marked down
during the progressing of the sell
ing carnival. Fisher's, as usual,
had liberally used the columns' of
The News-Review to acquaint the
public with their offerings, and
results have justified the publicity
fi-ven thU old reliable Htore.
USE
COQUILLE. Ore., Nov. 7 J.
R. Iluless of North Iteud was yes
terday acquitted of the murder of
George Holmes after Jury dellber- !
atlons of 45 minutes. The Jurors '
found that llale-s shot Holmes In
self-defense, after the latter hod
pulled a run and sbit at Unless.
The killing followed a row on
the night of July 29.'- Unless de-
dared that he was at ihe home
of Holmes buying some liiiuor and 1
that during the following few 1
minutes he remonstrated with
Holmes over picking the pockets
of a patron of the pluce.
Holmes discharged from the
Oregon State prison last Febru
ary.
MICHIGAN FIRM PAYS TWO
MILLIONS FOR OREGON FIR.
(AOTlatnl Vt VnmA WlrM
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 9 The
Teleirram says that sale hy the W.
H. White Lumber Company of
lloyne City. Mich., of the lliber;
holdings of the Tillamook bellow j
Fir Company, In western Oregon, j
was reported today to be near con-,
summation. White was In Port
land and Tlllnmook several days ,
recently and returned to Michigan
Inst Tuesday.
The consideration Is said to be
close to S2.OUO.ooo. The tract Is
said to contain one billion feet of
hlirh quality fir timber.
Several other timber transac
tions In the fir belt of western ()re-
gon and In the pine districts east
of the Cascade Mountains are
known to be under consideration.
t LOCAL NEWS' .
Drawing Gun Charged
A warrant was Issued In the city
court today for the arrest of Wm.
dates, charged with drawing a re
volver. The case Is the outgrowth
of a quarrel Imtween the defendant
and Dee llreon ovr a dog.
Called On Cass
County Jiidite George K. Qqtttne
snd wife, and County lerk and
Mrs. 1. 11. ltld, lie, ami Mr. Kiddle's
mother. Mary F. Kiddle, left this
J morning for Medfnrd,
where they
will be wltnesHpa in the flyman
Iluntlt'V in it nit r case. Holh men
and the member of their famlllt
are well acquainted with Mr. Hunt
lev, nnl rtrwj'k nlchly of him.
His Radio Music
Makes Him Heir
to Woman's Cash
Paul Ash, jaaa-sytnphonist
who contributes to programs
broadcast from Chirairo, is lln,
100 richer as a result of hi ra
dio performances. Mrs. Salina
I.ipton, 01, of Peoria, III., left
him her entire estate, declaring
be had given bee, one of the few
real pleasure of bcr life.
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aT TaVi. F'f
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i Costs mA
Tailored Coats that feature style and value. Flared
and straight line models with setin or raglan sleeves.
Sizes 1 6 to 42, reduced from $25.00 to
$
Coats for girls aged from 6 to 1 2 years in shades of
brown, blue, tan, etc. Trimmed with buttons, braid,
silk stitching, etc., many with fur collars.
$8.50, $8.75 values $10.75 values
$6.95 $8.85
(AwvUIrd ITm Lmm Win.)
ORDKN. IMah. Nov. 9. 1IC0T.
ery toilsy of the ilrail boilr ot l.im
Ithmlt'. about 40 yt'ars of age. ly.
ins; about one mile from the place
where Mrs. I.llll.in Jensen, sWauty
luirlor operator, was slain last Fri
day, Is bt'lleved hy police to clear
up the slain woman's mystery.
Khoilt'S, who nnarcntty drank pn.
son, was iilenlifltsl by the slain
woman's daughter. She said llholes
had been an acquaintance ot her
mother for seven years.
The hod.v of Mrs. Jensen. A3
years old. was found In a thicket
in the southern section of the city
Saturday. Near the body was a
broken hummer and a small sharp
Vnlfe. The woman eeemlnsly hsd
been struck a heavy blow on the
head with the hammer and an ef
fort made later to cut off her head
with the knife.
To Visit In South
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Rlrhter leave
j tomorrow for Ixis Ant-eles. Calif..
I where ihey will spend a month
I with relatives.
STORE WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY EVENING FOR CONVENIENCE OF CUSTOMERS
NOVEMBER
Distinctive Fall and Whiter
1 9.75
Exquisitely Styled Dresses
For matron and Mi-i. Dresses that feature every thing
that's new in style and materials. Long sleeves; front,
back and side flares, Bolero effects, straight line models;
trimmed with applique, buttons, silk embroidery, etc.,
black and all new shades.
Formerly
$19.75 and $22.50, now
E MARKSBURY
t LODGE DIRECTORY J
Laurel Chapter No. SI, R. A. M.
Meets every third Tuesday ot
' each month In Masonic Temple.
All members requested to attend
and visiting- companion wel
come. A. A. WILDER. Hlfth Priest
W. F. HARRia. Secretary.
Nelghboi. sr Wooacnn. LlU
Circle No. 4 Meet in first
and third llooda, evsolnss. I
K. ot P. hall. Vlaltln neighbors
Invited to attend
ALVIA WETHKRR1.L. Ov N.
v If AUGARKT WHITNKY. Clark
Small
Store
can io a
J1 busineM"
Thousands
of oalGsmen
CtrtrO copt,
of thu retvrr-
ppr is
i trull.
KJflPrth
THIS STORE WILL CLOSE ARMISTICE DAY
L F. A A. M, Moral VoCgt No
13. Beirolar eommnnicatlonl
second and fourth Wednesday
each month, at Masonic Tempi
Roseburc Or. Visitor wl
come.
M. 8 RAMM. W. at.
C W. r. HARRIS. See.
L O. O. P, Ptilinaiiui Lodge No
.Meat In Odd fallow Tern
pi every Friday even In . Visit
In a brathern are always wal
coma.
C. P. CRAMER, N. O.
A. J. OKDDES, Roe. See.
J. R. BAlLKT. Fin. 8e.
United rMn.rneoa of CanMnters
a"d Jointers f Amics.
Meets at 47( 8. Main second end
fourth Tnoaday evening ol
each no th. All carpenter wet
coined.
T r HOI.atw . Ree. Bee.
EMERY COLE. Pre.
W. av. A. O. T. w. SI m burg m
view No. 11. Holds regulaf
meotlnn on aeenad end fount
Thursday a' T:J0 p. m. Visit
In alster Invited to attend r
view. MaooabM hall. Pin aa
Can atreet.
CLARA BONEnRAKB, Com.
JTSHIB RAPP. Cot.
Knight of eVtmaa. Alpiw Ld
No. 47. Ht averv WednM
dsv to Knlfht of Pythlsa hall
1M Rooo atroeL Visitor always
welcomed!
8AM CHRI8TEN30N. C 0.
ROT O YOUNrt. M. T.
K. . W1MBKTXT. CBS.
Luxurious fall coats of the finer materials, pin points,
suede velours, lustrosa, etc.;, finely furred collars and
cuffs, flared and straight line models', Rich autumn
browns, crackle head blues and platinum grays; sizes 1 6
to 44. Reduced from $69.50 and $65 to
$54.50
Dress Coats for women and misses in bolivias and ve
lours, cleverly styled straight and flare models, fur
trimmed, reduced from $35.00 to
$28.75
Formerly
$27.50 and $29.75, now
$19.85
COMPANY
ROSEBT7KO LODGE WO. 103T L
O. O. M. Meets every Wednesda)
nlghL Moose Hall. US N. Jack
bod 8L Clab room open T:I0 H
In p. m. Tlaltlnc brother wal
coma.
W. A. BOOARD. IHcUtor.
H O. PAROETER, Secretary.
JNO. M. THRONH. Treasurer
f agl.s. RMSOurg Aorta Meets t
Maccabeo hall, on Cass street
on lecood and fourth Wedno
(1st evenlnaw of each month, at
I o'clock. Visiting brethern I
good standtnr a'wav welcome
OLENN WOODRUrT. W. P.
THEO. W. AI.THAU8. W. P.
B. P. GOODMAN. Roe.
O. E. S. stosMurg Cnaptar No. (
Hold their regular meeting
on the tint and third Thursday
In each month. AH ojoarnlng
brother and sisters sre respect
folly Invited to attend.
CORA B 8INOLETON, W. M.
WW JOWNOOV SWeetar
K. O. T. a. Keeta eao
and fourth Tbaroriav of oaeJi
month, la Maeeabe tjalL rne
ner Case snd pma streets VI
Itlng Knight always weJoomo
L. C. OOOtiMAN
' O W RAPP. a. K-
JOMburg rt.Oekali Lodgo No. 4V
I. a O. P. Moot ta Odd Pet
lew Temple every week es
Tuesday evening. VlTittni
member In good ataddlng art
oordlslly Invited to attend.
ANNA WICKHAM. N. O.
OERTRUDB HATFIELD, R. 8
EMMA LENOX, F. 8.
'4
I
Union kneampmant. No. t. I. O. a
T. Meets in Odd Fellow Tent
Die on tnd and 4th Wednesday
of each month. Visiting Patrt
archs always welcome.
FRED MILLER. C. P.
W P WsTTHERKLU Rerlbt
WmiMiya Klan No. fi. Meet In
and 4th Monday of each month,
Address P. O. . Bog 886. Rose
Hurt Oreeon
oi.itsa Antaane gleet in Mao
Cabe hall first and third Thur.
day. Visiting member al
waya welcome.
MAY PI NOEL, M. A.
MILDRED McCULIWTR. Treaa.
HELI.R MTKPHENSON. 80.
Mrooam.n at tn world, camp N
12S Meet In the Odd Fellow
Ball la R KM! burg .very firt
and third Monday evening. Vl
Ring neighbor alwaya welcoma
JOHN DELL HES8, C C.
V. M. MILLER. Clerk.
. P. O. tik. stoa.surg Ledge
No. (St. Hold regular eonuaa
icatkm at tb Elk' Temple o
each Thursday of avsry month.
All member requested to al
toad regularly, and all visiting
brother are cordially Invited t
attend
1. a. 1AY. Jr- PI n
J. . OOODMAN. Wecreiary
ythlan later. UmpHda Temple,
No. 4 Meets the uecond an4
fourth Monday evening of eeel
month, at tb. K. of p. haJL Vl
nor always welcome.
MARTHA CHRISTENSEN, M.E.Q
EVA MARKS, M. of R. C
MAY B. PARKER, M. of F. .
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