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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1920. '
NAVAL BASE SHE
Members- of the Joint naval af
fair committee of congTesa and na
val officials will spend Friday, the
first, day of their visit in the Co
lombia river kectioa, at . Astoria at 1
in the inspection of the Tongue
Point naval base site, according to
arrangements made by a special en
tertainment committee this morn
'ing. ; . .
The visitors will arrive in Tortland at
7 a. m, Friday, B. F. Stone of Astoria
is In Portland today and has announced
that Astorlans will have automobiles in
.Zficlent numbers to take the srisltora
to the mouth of the Columbia river over
the newly completed highway.
Returning to Portland Friday eveninr
the congressmen will find' some special
. arrangement for their entertainment
Saturday, morning at 10 a.. m. automo
biles will be provided for a tour of the
city and harbor.' i
At noon Saturday a luncheon will be
given in honor of the visitors and at 2
p. m, automobiles will again be provided
f?r a trip over the Columbia River
highway. Dinner will be served at
Chanticleer Inn the highway.
The committee which made the ar
rangements was composed of Judge C.
H. Carey, chairman: Dr. Whiteside of
the local naval recruiting office; 11. 1.
Hudson, traffic manager of the port and
dock commissions ; J. 8. Polhemus of
the port comiasion : O. . B. Hegardt, en
gineer for the, dock commission ; Major
Park of the United States engineers' of
fice, and .Representative C. K. Mo
Arthur. -1 :
Local Realty Men
To Attend Meet on
Organised effort for the development
of logged-off and arid lands of the
Northwest will be planned at a meeting
.of the executive committee of the Inter
state Realty association to be held
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at
Seattle. Over 2Q00 real estate men of
the four Northwestern states and
British Columbia are members of the
association and they propose to urge
state and federal aid in the development
Of logged-off lands ifh Oregon, Washfj
ington and Idaho. j
Among the. locaL men who will attend
the meeting are : Coe A, McKenna, Fred
W. German, F. O, Brockman, F. E. Tay
lor, Paul C. Murphy, A. I Bitter, Harry
Beckwlth, Frank, McCrlllls, M. A.
Thompson and F. B. U pshaw. Ira E.
High of Boise. Idaho, president of the
association, and Paul O. Cowgill, secre
tary. lft for Seattle Tuesday night
Chicago. Nov, 10. (X.; N, ! S.-MaJor.
R. W. McClaughry, former warden of
Joliet and Fort Leavenworth prisons
and one of the moat noted criminolo
gists of the country, is dead here today,
aged 81. More than 70,009 criminals
came under his supervision In 40 years.
WE GUARANTEE OUB WORK
Poreelala Crowns ..K5.00
Poreelals Pllllags Kl.OO
tS-K Gold-Crowns $5.00
tS-K Gold Bridge 85. OO
: You can have an examlnttlon of
your teeth free of any charge or obli
gation by calling at our office.
231H Morrison, Corner Second
.' Entire Corner.
tW LOOK FOR THE
BIG UNION SIGN
for the paper that
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& Insure th Whole Family
. ' New 20 Pay Life, and Whole Life flans
ji Assets Nearly l,600,00u,00 .: ;
r Artltsat BUg Broadway asd Oak 8k
4 Male 1880 . - .-
MYSTERIOUS MASKER ,
OF L H. S. MINSTRELS
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Who Is muffled beauty who
feature high school play?
. Lincoln hiEh school will stage a min
strel show Friday evening in the high
school auditorium for the benefit of the
history department. .
The Boys' Giee club will put on the
minstrel, featuring George Faust,
Sehaubel. Warrensford, Walpole and
Breslaw. : , .
m On the bill la a mysterious masked
dancer, I the correct guesser of, whose
Identity, is to receive a prize. There will
also be a pageant of American- history,
showing, "The Four Ages," from the
landing i of the 'Pilgrims to the present
day. Miss Gertrude Lakef ish will give
a pianoforte solo and Charles Baum Is
billed for "A Tramp Abroad."
Following the program a jitney dance
will be held. , .
6 Candidates Make
.Grade Without Any
4 ".-,. j ; VA
The high cost of living doesn't seem
to Include 'the item of campaign ex
penses, if one may judge from the re
turns thus far filed by county candidates
at the recent election. All county can
didates have 15 days after election with
in which to file with the county clerk
their schedules of contributions and ex
penses. The filings so far show; :
Thomas M." Hurlburt, for sheriff:
'Nothing received and nothing spent"'.
Hiram U. Welch, for county assessor :
"None.". -y.J, . ' '. - ' . .
Joseph W.-Bevrldge, for county clerk :
"None." - - ' -
Ed Gloss, for constable : "Nothing re
ceived :' no expenses."
iuari tsunun. lor coroner: -rsotning re
ceived ; lothing expended.".
Martin Hawkins, for; district judge:
"Nothing -r nothing." ; ,
Oregon ; City Man
Is Injured When
Hit by Automobile
Oregon City, Nov. 10. W. A. Huntley,
orte of ; the owners of the Huntley drug
store in this city, was severely injured
Tuesday when he was struck and
knocked down, by an automobile near
his home lit Eastmoreland.
Huntley had started to cross the
street, I saw the machine approaching
and was about to draw back to the curb.
when the autoist, believing that he could
pass between : the man and the curb,
speeded up and knocked Huntley to the
pavement. He was taken to the emer
gency , hospital fn Portland, and later
removed to hUs home, where Dr. Hugh
S. Mount of this city Is attending him.
He was reported resting fairly well
Wednesday morning. His injuries con
sist of a slight fracture of the skull, an
Impacted fracture of the hip and minor
bruises. His condition is not considered
Dishes From Sunny
South at Food Show
Make Mouths Water
Echoes of. the sunny south are to be
found at the Food Show in the Armory,
Do ; you remember those breakfasts
Mammy Chloie used to .have ready in
the morning's Biscuits that melted in
your mouth;: hot cakes and syrup that
somehow disappeared and yet left room
for more? Surely you have not forgot
ten them. I
Onei of the features of the show Is
the number Of colored cooks they have
in the various booths. Aunt Jemima,
herself, is there waiting to sive you a
ration of her hot cakes and the only
regret is tnat uiey are too small.
Goiupers Calls Steel
Heads to Conference
Washington, Nov. 10.- (I. N. a) The
president of the 24 International unions
Involved in the last steel strike will
meet in Washington Friday at the call
of Samuel Gompers, president of the
A. F. of Lk, it was learned today. They
wm taxe action deciding whether
new campaign shall be waged to organize
the steel industry.
Meeting in Salem
Salem, Or Nov. 10. Practically every
county assessor in Oregon Is here at
tending the Annual conference with the
state tax commission and . representa
tives of public utilities operating in the
state.! A general discussion of taxation
problems will be held at a meeting of
tne state , Assessors association here
Thursday afternoon. .
New : Paper'- Machine- In Operation
Oregon City, Nov. 19. Another large
paper making machine was put into op
eration Monday at the West Linn mills
of , the Crown-Willamette Paper com
pany. The machine is 267 feet in length
and has a capacity of two 72-inch
sheets with every revolution.
will place this Grafonola in your
home. Balance of terms arranged
in 12 equal payments. .
complete line of
This special Grafonola is the big
gest value ever placed upon the
market. 3-inch spring motor,
auto stop. No. 6 reproducer, and
all points embodied in the larger
751 THURMAN ST.
Near 23L Phone Broadway 780
should purchase their Grafon
olas and Columbia Records of
their resident dealers.
6616 Foster Road
Phone Tabor 465
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$375 up, at.your
You will find
plete line in popular Ameri
can records, also , Grand Op
We specialize in Swiss and
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For the convenience of Our
patrons the fore remains
open evenings until 10
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Ten L4tUe BotUes.... t Bert WUiiains .
Unlucky Blues . I..... 10-Inch 11.00
Crocodile , .ISaxo Sextet
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Book for the
These exclusivt Tone Leaves identify every genuine
Columbia Grafonola. YBu know, when you see them, that the
phonograph before you has all the important exclusive features.
These exclusivt Tone Leaves will give you complete and
quality or any of
variably in perfect
The Columbia Grafonola's Straight Tone Arm insures
that the music will develop fully and naturally. This music
will be an exact reproduction of the music the artists them
selves produced on the original wax in the Columbia Laboratory.
And, in addition to all these exclusive advantages, the
Columbia Grafonola is now equipped with the exclusive
Columbia Non Set Automatic Stop. Operates; on any record
long or short. Never stops before it should! Always stops at
the very end. Nothing to move or set or measure. Just start
your Grafonola, and it plays and stops itself, j
Askthe nearest Columbia dealer for a dem
. onstratjon of the stop that needs no setting.
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COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, New York
Genuine Columbia Grafonolas
At $1.00 Down j j
For the next 10 days we will offer .Grafonolas at less than
y2 regular terms.
Grafonola $ 32.50
Balance in easy weekly or monthly payments:
t r'L : 1 1 :
Your instrument will be
deliver it: on Christmas eve
Me Cormick Music Co., Inc.
429-431 Washington St. Near 12th i
as They're Out They Send 'Em Here--
Jmt as Beautiful at Sixty Wore
Let the Rest ot the
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"Portland's Most Popular Music Store"
Exclusive Columbia Features
over tone volume without
the beauty of the record.
accord with modern artistic
Standard Models up to $300
Period Designs up to $2100
to S S0.00 $ 1.00 down
to 125.00 5.00 down
to 300.00 10.00 down
and backed bv Columbia Graphci-
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SCARCELY DOES 'ONE MISS THE MONEY!
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If You Buy at Hyatt's
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nographs bought at Hyatt's on the easy-to-own plan
why not you? Why wait until the holidays to addr
warmth to friendships with
that you, can well afford
Headquarters in Portland.
Unrestricted choice of all
Grafonola in. the house,
$125 machines inclusive,
fered at $10 down and $5
We Guarantee Prices
We Protect You in Event of Falling
EW So sure ere we that present prices ere
going to prevail tht we guwante. to each
end every patron a .-cash refund of any
price decline on a machine bought here.
This refund guarantee U good es far ahead
as the first of nest May. You may depend
upon HYATT'S. I
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We specializei on Co
lumbia Grafonolas and
Columbia Records. Every
model in every kind of fin
ish in . stock.. 1
For a limited -time only
we will offer a Lspecial
outfit including records,
needles; .etc- I
places this beautiful Gra
fonola, and 10 Selections
(5 10 inch records) in
home then pay
$2 ler Week
: This outfit consists of
Model F2 in either ma
hogany, oak or walnut,
and1 10 selections your
.own choice. r
BIMIMBEB t Oa4sD7S Mils
only staadard good aad gear
aatss ry cu-afoeol sold.
Tear credit Is always good at
Cadsfers'. ., , I
Wm. Gadsby & Sons
The House Furnishers ,
. Second and Morrison Streets"
' Take a tip select at
once. There will be a
OUR EXTRA SPECIAL
READY FOR PLAYING
Style F-2. like cut 20
Jlate selections, your own
' choice !lOn alik.l
8 record cleaner, brush.
ERY ONLY $150
Pay $10 Cash
BALANCE EAST PATMEKTS
Piano Mf cr. Co.
SL, Corner 12th St.
This is an exceptional offer
and it demands prompt, ac
tion, as the offer lasts only
three more days. Don't let
another day go by without
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fonolas here you will find, the
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