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THE OREGON DAILY ? JOURNAL;- PORTLAND, OREGON v
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1 1320.
HEARING OF DAM
Klamath Palls, Nov. 19. Discus
sion of the Link river dam contro
versy wa continued today when the
committee investigating the agree
ment between the United States
government, and the California-Oregon
Power company, resumed its
The committee Includes j. W. Brewer,
field secretary State Chamber of Com
merce, chairman ;' J. A. Gordon, . bank
er. Klamath Falls ; B. S. Morrow, en
gineer Portland water works, "American
Legion; O. W. Of field, president Klam
ath irrigation district; Charles T. Dar
"ley, county surveyor Klamath county,
and Harry Holgate. United States rec
Organizations represented at the
hearing Include the j California-Oregon
Power company, .Water Users' associa
tion, American Lesion, Lumbermen's
association; Klamath Falls Chamber of
Commerce, and the United States rec
At Thursday s session J. R. Carnahan.
commander of the Klamath Falls post
of the American Legion, spoke against
the government' permitting the. power
company to construct the dam, claiming
it would mean giving control of Upper
Klamath lake to the -corporation and
mean the irrigation of California lands
with water from Oregon which is needed
for irrigation purposes In this state.
Ji. O. Groesbeck; speaking for the
power company,, denied It had any wish
tu control Upper Klamath lake or Inter
fere with normal .-' levels. The power
proposition Is a temporary one only, he
saiit. designed to utilize waste.. wnter
until it is needed for irrigation purposes.
Holgate, for the reclamation service,
spoke in favor of the power company
being given permission to construct the
'dam. Indians were , represented as fa
voring the power company.
The committee has recommendatory
powers only. Formal . hearing . will , be
before Secretary Payne of the depart
ment of interior, December 4. Senator
Chamberlain, acting on the request of
the American Legion, had work on the
dam suspended a year ago until the
matter of the power company's alms
could be thoroughly investigated.
It was charged during "the last cam
paign' that the California Power com
pany contributed largely to the cam
paign ngainst Senator Chamberlain as
a result of. his temporarily blocking
the construction of the dam.
Grace Cameron Is
At Press Luncheon
Grace Cameron, the Portland Press
club's only woman member, gave the or
ganization a treat Thursday by appearing-
in person at the- regular weekly
luncheon and presenting her husband,
Dtike Rogers, playing with her in the
"Scandals of 1919.' She will be guest of
honor at a reception to be given in the
clubrooms Saturday night following the
performance. The entire "company will
be present. - ; ,
Speakers at the luncheon were Mayor
Baker and Commissioner Barbur. ; The
mayor cited the difficulty in enforcing
laws that have not the entire support of
the public, and decried the policy of
certain so-called law-abiding citizens
who say, "I use booze and It doesn't hurt
me, but I don't want the other fellow to
Commissioner Barbur emphasized the
value of making public Improvements
for cost through public supervision of
such utilities aa paving plants. He, how
ever, declared that sane programs must
be carried, out and that it is impossible
to consider putting in the nearly a mil
lion yards of pavement asked for next
Rock Slide Delays
0-W. Main Line
Tons of boulders and debris which slid
from the mountain sides to the O-W. R.
& N. tracks between Biggs and Arling
ton about 11 o'clock Thursday night, ef
fectively blocked all main line traffic
until 7 o'cloch this morning. Passen
ger trains due in Portland this morning
will not arrive until this afternoon. The
slide was caused by heavy rains. Thirty
boulders averaging about fiye tons were
among the debris settling on the tracks.
Justice of Peace
Bound by Statute
In Game Violations
Justice of the peace in Oregon can
not suspend sentence nor impose . fines
amounting to less than the minimum
prescribed by statute in deciding sen
; tence in game law violation cases, ac
. cording to anf opinion by I. H. Van Win
kle, attorney general, to the state fish
and game commission.
The attorney general further holds
that the iusLlce of the peace will be re
sponsible in either case and that col lec
tion can be made from the judge where
less thai! minimum fines have been Im
. posed or fines have been remitted.
Recently J. Siegner of Portland was
arrested at anby for killing bob-white
quail and was fined $5 by Judge Knight
of Cahby when the game laws say the
minimum fine shall be $25. Knight will
e held responsible for the difference
between the minimum fine and the
amount . collected from Siegner accord
ing to Captain A. E. Burghduff, state
Several weeks ago Ward Edwards of
Jewell waa arrested for having deer
meat in his possession. He 'was fined
130 by Judge John Carney of Astoria,
- but the fine waa remitted. Carney will
be responsible for the remission. ;
Chinamen to Return
" Twenty-one Chinese relsdents of . As
toria have filed applications and are
preparing to visit China in the, near
f uture, says R. P.' Bonham,i head of
. the United States immigration bureau.
This is the largest number of Chinese
who have ever sought passports : at
r . ISSJ ask ibu
Rig " vo c,
10 Buys a Good
for a boy 10 to 18 years ex
cellent, wool mixtures and .some
all-wool serres included. All
suit prices are now re-adjusted
to the present market and
$25 Buys the Best
Atden's Shoes bow
$8.i and .! per Pair
Its Sixth . Sear Alder.
Th "Food - Drink" for All Ages.
Quick Lunch at Home, Office, and
r OOntains. Ask far HORUCtCS.
f6T Avoid Imitations Substitute
. Our Entire Stock of
Pf7 A T? I Q Now Priced
XlLjp $5 to $350
Offered at25 Discount
ca' - '
All of our unusually large stock at one-fourth less than
regular. Many different styles in the wax-filled indestructible
Pearls that look so exactly like the . genuine. Choose your
gin pearls while this reduction is in -force immediately for
A Small Deposit Will Reserve Tour Christmas Selection
SMART SILK UMBRELLAS
$1.00 to $3.00 Less Than Elsewhere
A Small Deposit Will Reserve Your Christmas Selection '
American and imported movements in the most rhamin r
case.. A host of new effects from which to choSle the 2 tr
A S" Deposit WiU Reserve Your Christmas Selection 1
Diamond Rings $7.50 to $2000
W..br"v, tlAt 9iT D,ftmnd Prices and Diamend Values dfv
competition. Let us show you. iues aery
-A Small Deposit Will Reserve Tour Christmas Selection
333 Morrison Street
TonXoveltj Jewelry See Ms- ... Portland Hotel Is Oppose
Shopping Is a Pleasure
IF; TOU FATBOSIZE THE
lit MILWAUKIE ST, -(Brooklyn
District) Fortlaad, Oregon
Take Sell wooa
car on 2d and
Ader, get off on
A full stock of
$32.50 to $275,
I $375 up, at your
You will find
t h e m o s t com
plete line in popular Ameri
can records, also Grand Op
We specialize in Swiss and
other foreign records. '
For the convenience of our
patrons the store remains
open e v enings until 10
o'clock. ' 5
Telephone Sellwood 3227
Genuine. Columbia Graf onolas
At $1.00 Dawn
For the next 10 days we will offer Grafonolas at less than
Yz regular terms. , , ..
Grafonolas? Z2JS0 to $ 50.00 1.00 down
Grafonolas 75.00 to 125.00 , 5.00 down .
Grafonolm 140.00 to 300.00 TO. 00 down
Balance in easy weekly or monthly payments.
Every instrument new and backed by Columbia Grapho
phone Co.'s millions as well as our guarantee.
Your instrument will be delivered at once, or will hold and
deliver it on Christinas eve if you prefer.
Mc Cormick Music Co., Inc.
429-431 Washington St. Near 12th
Complete December List Now on Sale
A Record Exchange
Trade in the records you
are tired of toward New
We carry the complete
YERX I.. WESGEB
The Talking Maehlnt Man
lliH 2nd St Upstairs
. Jeanne Gordon! $1.00
Holy Night, Peaceful Night (Silent Night, Hal
lowed Night) . . .
Naxareth . Oscar Seagle and Columbia Stellar Quartette iA-616S
The Voice of the Chime Oscar Seaglc and Columbia Stellar Quartette 1 $1.50
Ye Olden Yoletide Hynma, Part L Columbia Stellar Quartette 1 A .2993
Ye Oldea Yuletide Hnnna, Part IL ColumbU Stellar Quartette J $1.00
Children' Toy March . . . . . Prince'i Orchectrai A. 2996
Children' Symphony . . . . . Princc'a OrchectraJ fl.OO
I Want to Know Where Toad Went When He
Said Goodbye . . - . . .
Get Up .... . . .
Nobody to Lore . . . . .
Drifting; Along on n Bine Lagoon .
On Miami Shore . . .
The Japanese Sandman
You're Jnrt a Beautiful at Sorry aa Yon Were .
at Sweet Sixteen . .
Avalon from Sin&aJ . . . .
Old PaL Why Dont Yon Answer Me ? .
Sweet Mamma (Papa's Getting Mad)
1 Told Yon So ... .. .
. Frank Crumit
. Frank Crumit .
Campbell and Burr
Campbell and Burr.
. Al Jolsoti
should purchase their Grafon
olas and Columbia Records of
their resident dealers.
: SOLD ON KASY TERMS
; 6616 Foster Road
Phone Tabor 465
will place this Grafonola in your
home.. Balance of terms arranged
in 12 equal payments.1.
We carry m
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, Ind
all roints embodied in the larger
E. H. Bottemiller
751 THURMAN ST.
Near 23d. Phone Broadway 70
Uncle Josh at the Dentist's
Uncle Josh and Aunt Nncv Pat up the. Kitchen
Stove . . .
Cal Stewart and Hairy C. Browne . -yaat
Cal Stewart and Ada Jones 1MQ
Whispering Fox-trot . - Art HickmanCOrchettra
If a Wish Could Make It So Fore-trot Art Hickman's Orchestra
Je Ne'Sais Pa Pa Song Fox-trot V . The Happy Six
My Little Bimbo Down on the Bamboo Isle The Happy Six
Think of Me, Little Daddy Medley One-ctep
' Wilbur Sweatman's Jazz Band
"But Medley Fox-trot . .
Fair One Fox-trot "-. . .
Gypsy Moon-Fox-trotf . .
That Moanin' Melody Fox-trot
Rose of Babylon Fox-trot .
Hawaiian Twilight Medley Walts
On Pensacola Bay Medley Walts
The Chimes Fox-trot . . .
Three O'Clock in the Morning .
Wilbur Sweatmao's jazz Band
Ted Lewi Jazz Band
. Ted Lewis' Jazz Band
. Paul Biese Trio
: Paul Biese Trio
. . Columbia Orchestra
. ' . Columbia Orchestra
. Columbia Spanish Band
Columbia, Spanish Orchestra
Opera and Concert Music
Aide. O terra addio
Kiss Me Again .
Rosa Ponselle and Charles Hackett
. Rosa Ponselle
f Hulda Lashaaska
Rosea of fernery . . .
Dreaming Alone in the Twilight
Near Process Columbia Rec
ord. ' Individually inspected.
Durable, daltfhtAil, depend
able, accurate in every detail.
Feast Selections. Prt I.
Metropolitan Opera House Orchestral A-6167
Faust Selectionav Part IL 910
Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra J
Meet Me on do Golden Shore
Harry C. Browne and Peerlesa Quartette
Keep Tboso Golden Gates Wide Open
Harry C. Browne and Peerlee Quartette
The Music Box . . . Columbia Miniature Orchestra
Dialog for Four . ' . Columbia Miniature Orchestra
Etude, Opus 424 No. 3 (Behr) Columbia Miniature Orchestra
Walts in E Flat (Schubert) and
Waltz No. 5 (Koschat) . Columbia Miniature Orchestra
That Nanghty Walt Violin Solo . . Efdy Brown
Your Eyes Have Told Me So Violin Solo ! Eddy Brown
Nw Colmmbim Aectmf M SmU at mil Clmmbim Were
' C0LLMI1A CaArHOrHONB COMf AMY, Vw Terk
up to $300
Buy Youir Graf onola at Gadsbys'
Select That Xmas Grafonola Today r
Pay a Small Sepolt We Will Set It Aside sad Deliver It oi Xmas Eve
Here Are 2 Special Outfits
1KCLCDISO EECORDS, 3CEEDLES, ETC.
for Model X-S with 19 Selec
tioas (five' ie-lnch' D. D. Bee-
ords). 5.00 BOWS lad
SI.OO FEB WEEK. PER WEEK.
1 A P ,or Model E-S i
I ( laeladlne; 1 Sel
I An '-laefc . 1).
X and $2.00
sells oaly standard sroodi
and ' caaraatees every
Urafoaoia sold. Your
credit is always Rood al
Gadsby t'. -
Wm. Gadsby & Sons 1
, THE HOUSE FURNISHERS t
Second and Morrison Street
Oh, Mamma! Oh, Papa!
See What We've
Got for Those Kids
There's a wonderful series of Bubble Books. They are
at Remick's. These handsome books are chock full of
dear little nursery and bedtime stories and songs, party
songs, games and child poems. ,
In each book arer 3 phonograph records in envelope
leaves the clearest, easiest to understand records vqu
ever heard. They teach the children to sing and to recite
properly. . ' " . '
A Genuine t1 OCf
Treat Book. ... ... $10
- - . J - u f
Always -"Remick's for Records"
Take a Tip
There Will Be a Rhortare ChrlntiBM
J Wtrw OFFERING
This week this complete
outfit ready for playing.
! late Selections, yoar own choice j'j
to Kleel IS' ted Its, Record denser,.
IMMEDIATE DEUVERY ONLY $150.00
Pay $10 Cash
Reed-French Piano Mfg. Co.
433-435 Washington St., Corner 12th St.
i. A ' i
For a Limited Tim. Only Brings Any
In the Store to Yoar . Horn.
Make your initial purchase of rec
ords here at the same time and you
are equipped for hundreds yes,
thousands of enjoyable eveninjfs
at home, with th most wonderful
music the world has ever known.
Come today and take advantage
of this special terms offer. Plan
now to have a Grafonola in ybur
home or some one else's home for
Christmas. Can you think of; a'
more appori''1 K'ft for your fam
ily or friends? Can you imagins
a more liberal offer?
MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY
BUSH A LANE PIANO CO..
Please send complete. Information
about your Orafonola eaoy payment
plan. - i
J Address. ......
Bush & Lane Building -Broadway at Alder
SCARCELY DOES ONE MISS THE MONEY!
Less Than 1 7 Cents "a Day
If You Biliy at Hyatt's
HUNDREDS upon hundreds of homes are enjoying pho-,
nographs bought at Hyatt's on the eaay-to-ovrn plan
why not you? Why wait until the holidays to add
warmth to friendships with the inspiring influence of music
that you can well afford now? HYATT'S is Phonograph
Headquarters in Portland. I
Unrestricted choice of all the neW?
Grafonolas in the house, up to the
$125 machines inclusive, now of
fered it $10 down, and $5 a month.
We Guarantee Prices
We Protect You in Event of Falling
So sur ar w. that present prices are
going- to prevail that we guarantee to each,
and every patron ' a cash refund of any
price decline on a machine bought here.
This refund guarantee is good aa far ahead
as the first of neat May. -You may depend
upon HYATT'S. " . .
Hyatt Talking Machine r Co.
tow ai-uuv otrttrii, f UK 1 LAND. OREGON