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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18, 1922.
THE OREGON DAILY ' JOURNAL, PORTLAND. OREGON.
FOR PR MARY AND
Th tat highway comrtilaalon
submitted to the secretary of sericul
ture, through the bureau of public roads,
a tentative designation of primary and
secondary roads to which federal aid U
to be applied. Thle to In accordance
with the federal aid law which require
that within tho next two year the
adopt, with tho approval of the
"cretary of agriculture, primary and
econdary systems. These ijnttmi are
to cor T pr cmt of tho road mileage
of tho atat. Tho primary system mvt
prorlde for .Interstate connections and
tho secondary bo Intercounty In character.
Tho tentative clami fleet Ion which the
Ornon highway commission has mada
Primary. Pacific highway, east aid
branch ; Columbia river highway, th
old Ore eon trail. The Dallea-Callfornla
hlrhway. Pendleton-Walla Walla section
Robert E. HitcK.
Dead at 1 Paso
Word was received In Portland today
of. tho sudden death of Robert K. Hitch
at th homo of his parents In El Paso.
Ill Tuesday. Hitch made his homo in
Portland for a number of years, where
bo enraged In tho practice of law and
waa on of th moat popular of the
younger members of tho bar.
Hitch waa born in Kl paso. IU, May
literary department of the University
of Michigan In 1907, and from the law
school In 1909. Locating In Portland
shortly after he practiced law here for
the next 10 years, removing to Alaska
for a time about three years ago and
later returning to hia boyhood home.
While here he was active in the Port'
land Alumni association of the Uni
versity of Michigan and the Mara mas.
He was a Mason. He is survived by
OF CHEST DR vE
The thermometer idea, for registering
a7d was arIeT frTm the tcriptions to a popular campaign
nas been scrappea oy ir.ose oenina me
Portland Community Chest drive start
Ins; January 30. No matter how much
"pep" the idea had originally, it was
decided it was moth eaten and sqpne-
thlne different had to be selected.
After considerable study the publicity
committee evolved a scheme of parad
ing a motor truck on Sixth street, mov
ing a few feet each day in accordance
with the volume of subscriptions of the
Chest funds. On the tractor will be a
big chest of temporary build and the
pavement on Sixth street, between Oak
and Yamhill, will be painted at inter
vals with figures representing steps in
the collection of the desired quota. At
Slayer of Female
Deer Sentenced to
8 Months in Jail
Eight months in Jan was the penalty
EL J. Edleman of Powers will have to
pay for killing a female deer early this
week, according to a report filed at the j
headquarters of the state game com
missi cm today. Edleman was warned
not to kill a doe while be was bunting
but witnesses saw him shoot the deer. I
Edleman was arrested by F. A. McDan- I
iel, deputy game warden, on the charge
of killing a doe and bunting without a
license. Following a trial at Powers be
was fined 1300 and sentenced to 90 days
in jail. Since he did not bave tho money
to pay the fine meted out be is serving
the entire sentence on time.
Of Oak Park, 111.,
To Meet in Newberg
fm a , T . i I i certain nour eacn aay or me arive a
I "ATI T. HP. I illP.aT.P.fl ceremony will be made of moving the
collections during the preceding 24
Chicago, Jan. IS. (I. N. a- Rev. hours.
tKyilll B W 1 . CJ. PkU. I
Innhjtra mluinn In Do Ir Park A mihurh. I
i. mnnrKt k fri.nt. and rbnrrji This is one of the features of the cam
of Orcvon anrf Wuhiniion Mihwir u. I nrni.i. tnAm-r Th. miniatpr left hip I paign which came out of the features
proximately a total of 1100 miles. I home last Saturday and no word has I bureau, one or uie units oi me general
F.rOJIDART HIGHWAT ' I ben received from him .tnee. KnX t2jfS5
tuv. i ivmr nomiM msnoD Axiaersort i n - ...
Secondary, Oregon-Washington high- I R,rlmt,v .v, hud been called out I the triumphant march of the tractor, as
io t Tnainon, v.oaai or nooeeveu
highway. John Iay highway. McKensle
rtrhoco highway. Mount Hood loop
Mghway. Crater Lake highway, La
.lrande-Joseph highway: Roeeburg
Cone Bay highway ; Grants Paee-Cree-rnt
City highway, Eugene-Florence
highway. West Bid Pacific highway.
It has already been Indicated that
this classification will be considerably
modified be for final adoption.
The final form will be largely determ
ined In the case of primary roads by
It Is understood that California will
desire to make Its Interstate connections
at Crescent City on the coast, at Horn
hrook on the Pacific highway, and at th
lower end of Goose lake on the east.
Tills would mean no connection with The
Idaho will connect with the Old Ore
gon trail. Washington has made no
.f ati4Anrw hut wnuM return. He I the Chest funds are completed, remain
asked the bishop' to see that his pulpit in the hands of .this bureau to be worked
wu minnlled for the Sundav service. I out.
Late Saturday afternoon the missing! Brigadier General Sam L. Eddy has
nn wn tn the hnnu of his brother-1 reDorted to General Smith's office the
In-law, Rev. George Craig Stewart, and I complete organization of his colonels
mul mnmnti with a maid for I and captains. His division will have
Mrs, Taylor and their three children to I quite a strong personnel. The brigade
be cared for at the Stewart home. Since I Is officered as follows
A riot of color and a mase of merri
ment; a strange place where uncouth
creature unknown even to Mara ca
vorted and gamboled by the aide of
wingless angels with fairy feet such
was the Jinx and masquerade ball of the
Ad club at the Multnomah last ntgnu
It was a jam. and a scream, with cos
tumes ranging from the beautiful- to the
erotesauc Tho grand march waa a
thing which mad the old timer wonder,
part of the time, whether be was seeing
em again, and part of the time whether
be was really dead and 'surrounded by
an angel band.
Many of the advertising conceits
worked out in costume by individuals,
hv counlea and bv rrouns were highly
isewDerg, Jan. is. a iarmers cnau-1 original.
tauqua under the auspices of the New-1 After the dose of the grand march
berg Berrlans, Commercial club and dancing was tne oraer or uie evening
Farmers" club, will be held today, I umu " ouuiuuuvn t i:b .
Thursday and Friday of this week, close and It is needless to say that the
Speakers from CorvaUis, Salem. Van-1 Dig oauroom preaenieu a strange signi.
couver. Wash., Sheridan. Dundee, and I aressea up as u ana its occupants were.
Orenco will appear on the program. I xne journal, representee oy ou mem-
The utilization of farm by-products, I bers of the advertising xorce. won first
growing of fruits, berries and nuts, 1 prize for best aavertised nrm. in
poultry raising, dairying and landscape I men wore sandwich placards of Journal
gardening are among the live subjects I "green" sheets, extra coitions, contain
to be discussed. I ing Ad club nonsense, having been pub
lished. The giris wore aprons or the
'green" papers! All wore newspaper
hate with The journal caption em
blazoned across the front. The delega
tion took the ball by storm when, toot-
tng homav It swarmed poa th floor la
mass formation. . Th Journal -coatum)
were made by the Art Embroidery ft
Button company. ' '
Ernest Welch won the graixl prise zor
men, $5. for the best advertising cos
tume. Mrs. Tommy Lake was awarded
the $ blouse for having the beet wom
an's costume. More than so prises in
cash and merchandise were distributed.
The Judges were Alfred Parker J. A.
Scott. Roy Burnett. George L Kanoo, w.
P. Gibson and Arthur H. Johnston
Framers of Irish
State Bill Delayed
London, Jan. 18. (L N. S.) Because
the experts cannot get the bill creating
officially the Irish Free State prepared
in Una, the reconvening of parliament
was today postponed from January SI
to February 7. The framers of the blE
bave encountered many complexities in
the various clauses making the work
David Robinson Is
Here From Capital
Eight High Schools
Will Hold Exercises
" for' APT 0 SHQVI
Are Seeking to Have
Washington. Jan. i. TJ. P. Expul
sion ot Senator Robert U. La Follett.
Wlaconrin. from the Republican party la .
belr-g sought by Ms poUUcal aad per
Tbey want tke' "stormy petrel" of the
senate oft dally thrown out of the G. O.
P. majority, and figuratively. If not lit
erally, set oat In the middle of the sen
ate aisle as a "man without a party. .
Commencement exercises for the grad
uates of Portland's eight high schools
win be held next week. With the ex
ception of the Girls' Polytechnic school
and the High School of Commerce, they
will take place F rtday night In the re
spective high school auditoriums. Com
merce seniors will be graduated Wednes
day night in Lincoln high .school audi
torium, and Girls Polytechnic school
Thursday nigh! In Lincoln.
Out-of-town exhibitors at the Portland
Automobile Show. January to It, are
be lining to arrive to arrange the Im
mense display In The Auditorium. As
only part of the building I required for
the series of dances which are on this
week, work for the auto show la pro
gressing day and night In other sections.
A. K. Rickey of Seattle, representing
Automotive Trades aseocUtloa of that
city, and himself an exhibitor, has spent
most of the week in portiaix! ana will
return Thursday with a special carload
of material. These men are the advance
guard from that city and more will be
in Friday and Saturday.
The equipment section ot the snow
will feature several newly created Ore
gon products. A. E. Baird of Bend,
inventor of a complete camping outfit
of unusual teaturea, Is now ber making
arrangements to install his exhibit.
The dancers who attenaea Tuesaay .k -.m todav he was
night's ball at The Auditorium were j no.OOO aigncra necessary to place the
given an idea of how the Auditorium oroDosal on the ballot at the next eleo-
wiu wji. am m ev-wn . tJoB would be ootaineo.
worx nnaertaaen ey to snow is via-
this glimpse ot what the scheme will
eventually portray caused most fsvor
able comment, and none who danced
failed to observe the pleasing color and
Tuesaay has been aesignatea as vta
Timers Day at the Portland show. This
will be '-he celebration ot told timers
Referendum on Light
Wine, Beer Is Sought
Chicago, Jan. It L N. S.) Petitions
for a referendum vote In Illinois on th
question of restoring light wines and
beers are being circulated throughout
the state under auspices of aa organisa
tion headed by Anton J. Cermak, a mem
ber of the Chicago city council. Cef-
connoent tn: i
Watch Gas Bills to
k T.nl Jan. 11- tU. P.) WalchU: t
gathering In the city and a parade feat- the gas bills to t1lJJ h .
uring oldest drivers and oldest cars will-become a duty of P11"
give Portland an idea ot the progress $40 gas blU -suited In
that has been made In the automobile i moonshiner and the eoaCscauoa or a
Industry In the last SO yean. 100 gallon still.
then he has not been seen.
Friends and church associates can of
fer no reason for his disappearance.
Needed as Result
Of New State Law
Oregon City, Jan. 1. Applications
for appointments as clerks and judges
plan to connect with the Walla Walla- of elections lit Oregon City are being re-
lndlc ton rosd. hnt Is understood to be celved by County Clerk Fred Miller.
vllhnr tn rnnnH-t with th Wallnla cut-I Under the 1921 law. the number needed
rff. which has been proposed, and which Is virtually doubled, opening positions
In recommended by the U. S. bureau of r nearly ion.
The other Washington connection Is
OTHtKS MAT Qt'AMFT
In the secondary nystem proposed
there Is a probability that the Mount
Mood Iyoop, Crater lake and Eugene
Florence roads can qualify under the
Interpretation of the federal authorities
of Inter-county roads.
While there Is a limit of two years I good for two years.
tor tne rinai aooption ot tne ieaerai aia
svstem. It Is desired to reach a fairly
definite agreement as soon as possible
In order that th work may be progres
sive. As It rrems there will be no ques
tion about the nuallflcatlon of the Old
Oregon Trail and Pacific highway, fed
eral nld projects on these roads will go
ahead now providing an adjustment is
reached In. regard to width of pavemetit
hk-h under the latest government re
qulrerr.ent la 18 feet on primary roada
MAT r ALL FOR BIDS
At the February meeting of the state
highway commission bids will probably
be called for paving the Smith hill sec
tion of the Pacific highway and the Al-tany-Tangent
section. Proposals will
also be asked probably for grading the
' t'amas section of the Roseburg-Coos
11 ay road and the Prospect-Trail sec
n'n of the Prater lake road. This oec-
The new law provides for a day board
and a counting board, the latter to
count while balfoting Is in progress,
giving election results much quicker.
Each of the 11 precincts In Oregon
City will require two boards of five per
sons, a total of 110 officials. Each board
comprises two Judges and three clerks,
all Qualified voters, and no more than
three on any one board of the same po-
ntwi affiliation. Appointments are
Big Norway Bank
London. Jan. 18. L N. & The Tor
vestads Skaars Savings bank at Haug
send, Norway, one of the biggest In Nor
way, has suspended all payments, said
an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from
Mediation Is Asked
In Packing Strike
Washington, Jan. 1. (TJ. P.) A
rrnun of Middle Western congressmen
lion Is outside the forest boundary, but todav asked Secretaries Hoover, Davis
Brigadier general. S. L. Eddy; adju
tant, J. W. Parker : colonel, Frederick
H. Strong lieutenant colonel, Frank B.
Upshaw ; captains. A. H. McGowan, F.
H. Kiser. Seth Catlin. C. W. Hayhurst.
E. E. Edmonds, Judge Jacob Kanzler.
Colonel. S. C. Pier: l'eutenant colonel.
C. H. WUlison; captains, W. A. Bisbee
T. W 'Ponnincrton -lames Gill. J. C.
Cain. E J. Hayes. F. A. Dudley. Ted
Colonel. Charles Rafield : lieutenant
i-nlnnei .TnA Manc.k: cantains. E C. Ha
hl ITranfc Rohirson. Fred Miller. C.
Samuels, Si Wolf. Joe Riesch. E. 3. Scol
lard. O. E. Fletcher.
Colonel, Dom J. zan : lieutenant col
onel, T. H. McAllis ; captains, F. W. !
1H Vt T. Brackett. C. Breyman, L.
B. Cornell. W. W. Gordon, J. R. Hol
man, N- G. Pike, J. J. Ross, N. N. Rupp.
Colonel. C. J: Mathis : lieutenant col
onel. Merle G. Campbell : captains. L,. C.
Mackav. L. R. Bailey. Henry R. Wake
man, Charles G. Bmson, L. H. Peters,
R. U Yoke, Charles S. Holbrook. Harper
Skuse, Dan Bowman.
Colonel. Stanley Jewett V lieutenant
colonel, R. S. Howard ; captains, H. L.
Vorse, E. S. Nelson, D. D. Tate, A. S.
Frohman, J. Stuart Levy, Phillips Beck.
Fred D. Weber. E. A. Valentine, D. W.
rtrfc-T Colin Uvinestone.
Colonel. Harold Jungcic; lieutenant
colonel. VL W. Canen : captains, ,D. G.
Wilftnn. F. W. Cutler. J. M. Lerr, ueon
Bullier, George t;ngienart, jr. fi. tier-
Colonel. Fletcher Linn : lieutenant col
onel, Percy G. Allen; captains, Thomas
IJonaca, ts. iaymau, .
Wheeler, L. D. Freeland, A. H. DeGolyer,
Edward P. Armstrong.
Colonel. J. O. Elroa : lieutenant coionei
Burnett Goodwin : captains, D. V. Jen-
ninn. liVederlck S. Cook. Arthur F.
Holmboe, John P. Hoben, Blaine Smith,
nr A J Rottmann. Dr. rL. U. laxoil.
Colonel. Ci. F. Johnson : captains, u.
D. Minton. M. A. Zollinger, D. T. John
son. D. A. Yount. O. E. Wheeler, w. w
Dillon. J. K. G1U. Mrs. Donald Spencer
Colonel. Leslie Cranbourne ; lieuten
ant colonel, Arthur B. Carlson ; captains.
J C. Dimm, A. c. uomar, a. b. sutler.
E A. Brown. R. E. Jonas. E. A. South-
wicks. Charles E. Couche, J. W. uuzen
dorf, D. W. Goldsmith, Thomas H. Gaw
David Robinson is back from Wash
ington, where he is a member of the '
legal section of the public health service, i
He will return to his duties there in a
few weeks. Robinson has been in Wash
ington for three and a half yeara. He
was formerly secretary of the Portland ,
Central Labor council and afterwards
public defender in the municipal court.
U. S. Invites Chile
And Peru to Parley
. Washington, Jan. 18. (U. P.) The!
United States government today invited
Chile and Peru to send plenipotentiaries
to Washington to negotiate a settlement
of the long standing Tacna-Arica dis
Santiago. Chile. Jan. 18. (U. P.:
Chile has accepted the United States'
offer of mediation in the dispute with
Peru over the Ancon treaty.
Plstrtt-t Forester Cecil and the highway
commission have tentatively agreed that
the government will cooperate to the ex
tent of tlSff.OOO towards grading and
bridges,' It being understood that the
federal government is not committed to
ny further aid, but may voluntarily
To grade and gravel the section It is
rptlmatrd the cost will be In the neigh
borhood of hslf a million dollars. The
work will be extended over two years.
4 Tillamook county has been allotted
t.lS.OOO'to match a Ilk sum for grading
and rocking five mile south of the Clat-
' op boundary on what will be the
and Wallace to tneaiate tne pacKer
strike, still in effect In Middle West
Ritner Invited to
Harding Farm Meet
Washington. Jan. 18. (WASHING
TON BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL)
On request of the Umatilla county farm
bureau, invitation has beer, extended
Roy W. Ritner of Pendleton to attend
the president's agriculture conference
here beginning January 23.
Jealous Wife Kills
Husband in His Sleep
Chicago, Jan. 18. CI. N. S.) Mrs.
Grace Pearl. 24. shot and killed her
husband, Luther Pearl, as he lay asleep
in bed earlv today. Mrs. Pearl con
fessed to the police that she Fhot her
husband because she had round a fov
letter from another woman in his pocket
The two had quarreled over the letter,
Mrs. Pearl said, and after Pearl had
gone to sleep she pressed a revolver
against his head and fired.
Block Is Destroyed
Washington, Jan. .18. (L N. S.l
Five thousand persons have been made
homeless in Manila by a disastrous Tire
which destroyed a great block of resi
dences, according to a cablegram re
ceived here today at American Red
Brumf ield Appeal
Salem, Jan. 18. The transcript on ap- i
peal, bill of exceptions and a number of
exhibits in the case of Dr. Richard M.
Brumfield, was filed with the supreme
court Tuesday afternoon. Brumfield has
appealed from the decree of the Douglas
county circuit court, sentencing him to
death for the murder of Dennis Russell,
Roseburg hermit. The briefs in the case
have not been filed.
Mrs. Ryan's Life
Hangs by a Thread
Paris. Jan. 18. (L N. S.) Mrs.
Audrey Creighton Ryan, 22, California
girl, who accused her husband. Thomas
Ryan of Muskogee, Okla., of forcing her
at the point of a. knife to swallow three
mercury tablets, was still living in the
American hospital at Neuilly this morn
ing, but no hope was held out for her
Of course they're the
best values in town!
with two pairs of pants
Repeatedly customers say: 'These suits
are the best values in town." To but see '
these splendid garments will convince
you that this is not mere fiction. With
the extra pants you get double the serv
ice, making another big saving for you.
The styles are in Men's and Young
Men's models; the fabrics include Chev
iots, Cassimeres, finished and unfraished
Sinnott's Land Bill
Passed by Senate
Washington. Jan. 18. fWASHlNG-
TON BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL.)
The senate has passed Representative
Sinnott's bill to extend for 10 years the
preference right of entry for eoldiers on
the opening of public lands, granting
them 90 days' preference in selection of
Firm to Build 3300
San Francisco. Jan. 18. (TJ. P.) The
Pacific Fruit Express company, oper
ating refrigerator car service from Cali- 1
fornia to the East, today called for bids
for 3300 refrigerator cars to cost ap
proximately J13, 000,000.
BEN SELLING sKS-
A man giving the name of James W.
Hayes is taking subscriptions for The
Journal in the Willamette valley and
Southern Oregon. He is not an author
ized representative of The Journal and
the management would appreciate it
if friends or patrons would report him
to the authorities wherever- be may ap
pear taking Journal subscriptions.
Rolled Down Hose
Fine, Says Doctor
New Tort Jan. 18. (TJ. P.) Dr.
Royal S. Copeland, health commissioner
of New York, does not agree that rolled
down hoee and abbreviated skirts are
bad for the modern girl. "Let them
keep the habit, if they've got it," said
Dr. Copeland. "Its fine and healthy.
provided tbey don't change back and
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10-inch Black Label, double faced
Records now listed at 85c
Reduced to 75c
12-inch Black Label, double faced
Records now listed at $1.35
Reduced to $1.25
These reductions in list prices to ;ther with
lower prices on Red Seal Records announced
some time ago improvements in standard instru
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