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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1921
Miss Rappe's Nurse Takes
Stand for Defense.
CROWD FILLS COURTROOM
Chief Counsel for Actor Declares
State Failed to Prove Charge
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. The
prosecution closed ita case late today
in the manslaughter trial of Roscoe
C. (Fatty) Arbuckle. after reserving
the right to introduce further testi
mony tomorrow. Oavln McXab, chief
counsel for the defense, made th
opening statement for Arbuckle.
"The state has miserably failed to
prove its case." he .said. This line
of argument was ruled oflt fcy
court and he was instructed to "state
what he Intended to prove."
"We will prove that Arbuckle was
not in the Hotel St. Francis room
more than ten minutes with Miss Vir
ginia Itappe," he said.
Arbuckle Is accused of having in
flicted fatal Injuries' on Miss Rappe,
a motion picture actress, In his rooms
in the hotel September 5.
George Glennon, house detective of
the St. Francis, was the first witness
called by the defense.
The court ruled out McNab's at
tempts to have the witness detail a
conversation he had with Miss Rappe
following her alleged injuries at Ar
Chambermaid on Stand.
Before the trial the .defense an
nounce.d that Glennon had made i
statement to the district attorney In
which he said that Miss Kappe haa
Glennon was excused from the stand
following the court's ruling.
Kate Brennan, a chambermaid at
the St. Francis, followed Glennon and
testified that she dusted off the two
doors introduced by the prosecution
for fingerprint evidence some time
after the fingerprints were supposed
to have been made by Arbuckle and
Miss Rappe. The defense endeavored
to prove through her that in the
dusting process she rubbed out the
Arbuckle gave her a tip of 2.B0
for cleaning his room and offered
her some whisky, which' she refused,
Mrs. Lois Harding Lancashier. a
resident of the hotel during the party
in Arbuckle'a rooms, said she was
near these rooms and heard and
Nurse Is Witness.
Mrs. Martha Hamilton, a 'trained
nurse, followed Mrs. Lancashire on
the stand and testified that she at
tended Miss Rappe at the Wakefield
hospital where she was taken from
Adjournment was taken at the con
clusion of her testimony.
More general Interest was evidenced
In the trial today than on any day
since it began. Crowds thronged the
courtroom and the adjoining corri
dors. Other crowds waited outside
of the court building to obtain a
glimpse of the princL'als in the trial.
Al Semnacher, meager for Miss
Rappe, and Josephine Kera, cham
bermaid .at the St. Francis, told of
the party In the hotel In which Miss
Rappe Is said to have been fatally
injured. The last prosecution wit
ness today was Professor E. O. Heln
rich, consulting crlminaloglst of the
Univerlsty of California, who identi
fied finger prints found on two of
the hotel doors as those of Miss
Rappe and Arbuckle. The doors were
brought Into court and elaborate
photographic exemplars of the finger
prints were produced by Helnrich.
Locking of Door Denied.
Gavin McNab, chief counsel for the
defense, said In his opening statement
that 'the room in which Arbuckle was
alleged to have locked himself and
Miss Kappe at the time of the sup
posed attack, was open at all times.
The window shades were up at all
times also, he said, and the Interior
of the room was therefore In full view
of other hotel residents.
Following the statement an argu
ment arose over the testimony of
George Glennon, hotel detective, which
resulted In his being excused from
the stand until authorities could be
called to settle the point. This was
In relation to admissions made to the
witness by Miss Rappe following the
party in which she was supposed to
have been injured.
Arbuckle showed amusement In the
drawing of a diagram by Heinrlch
showing his finger prints. His atti
tude bordered on the Jovial through
out the day. Mrs. Minta Durfee Ar
buckle, his wife, did not share his
enjoyment, however, weeping quietly
at times into her handkerchief.
Upon the conclusion of the prose
cution testimony the court announced
that court officers. Jury and counsel
would visit the hotel rooms tomorrow.
mittee of two experts representing
each of the nine powers was rejected
at the suggestion of Senator Lodge,
who was said to have argued that
Chinese questions were not matters
for experts and yiat the representa
tives of the powers were responsible
directly for any action taken. His
objections were said to have been
supported by Mr. Balfour and Premier
Questions relating to Shantung,
Manchuria and foreign treaty and
other concessions in China, It was
said, probably soon would be reached
by the committee. It was said that
so far no hint'as to the Chinese atti
tude regarding Shantung had been
received by American officials, al
though Intimations had come that the
Japanese were disposed to insist on
retention and protection' of their
rights and privileges in Manchuria.
WHAT IS CHINA? IS PROBLEM
Political Geography Question Is
Big One for Conference.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 22. (By
the Associated Press.) What is
China? That's the. question In politi
cal geography becoming more and
more a poser for the armament con
ference class in far eastern problems,
The recognized Chinese government
of Pekin as represented in the con
ference, says the China to which the
Itoot prlnclpleb must apply Includes
the 18 provinces within the greater
wall and Manchuria, Mopgolia
Thibet and Chinese Turkestan. Thi
boundary, they say, was sanctioned
Lfey the great powers when fhey-rn-4
o grilled the Chinese constitution.
Japan apparently considers Man
churia and Mongolia as outside the
legitimate border line. The Japanese
Intentions In Shantung also are un
certain In the minds of the Chines.
Then again, there is the Chinese
government of Canton, which claims
that politically speaking, it Is China
The geographical limits, it lays down
are similar to those recognized by
the Pekln authorities, but they charge
the latter cannot speak the national
voice of China in the negotiations
Historical, ethnological and statis
tical data are being mustered to sup
port the various viewpoints.
Upon the answer, say the Chinese.
Ill hinge whether the Root princi
ples mean much or little. The pledges
contained in these principles mean
much, as the Chinese apply them to
the whole of the territory they con
sider as constituting China. But they
say they mean almost nothing If Ja
pan considers them applicable only li
a restricted China minus Manchuria,
Mongolia and Shantung.
ACSTRAJLIAX GIVES OP1XIOX
Neutralization of Pacific Declared
Vital to Far East Peace.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 22. (By
the Associated Press.) Neutralisation
of the Pacific was declared last night
by Senator Pelrce. Australian delegate
to the Washington conference, to be
the most Important thing to be striv
en for as an effective means of as
suring peace in the far east. He
suggested a trl-partlte understanding
between Great Britain, Japan and the
the .United States.
Success of the conference, he said,
was vital for Australia because of her
12,000 miles of coast line.
4 RAIL OFFICIALS KILLED
SANTA FE ROAD OFFICIALS
WRECKED IN ARIZONA.
Division Superintendent, Assistant
Roadmaster and Engineer Lose
Lives in Accident.
PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 22. W. H.
Oliver of Los Angeles, assistant to the
chief engineer of the coast line of
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail
way, and four division officers of that
railway were killed when a motor
inspection car overturned three miles
north of Wlckenburg, Ariz, 40 miles
northwest of here.
In addition to those killed several
persons were injured, some of them
The others dead are:
William Mathle of Winslow, Ariz.,
H. C. Storey, Preacott, Ariz., assist
ant division superintendent.
William Bowman of Wlckenburg,
roadmaster of the Prescott-Phoenlx
J. A. Jaeger, Prescott, assistant di
vision engineer. .
The accident happened, according to
those on board the car, as the car was
rounding a curve. An axel on the
front truck broke, they said, and the
car plunged down an eight-foot em
bankment, turning over at least once.
The four division officials were in
stantly killed, but Mr. Oliver died
later on the train that was bringing
the dead and injured to this city.
CHEHALIS INDORSES FAIR
Sleeting on State of City Turns
Into Community Love Feast.
CHEHALIS, Wash.. Nov. 22. (Spe
cial.) At a well-attended meeting of
Citizen club members and citizens,
held last evening at the clubrooms, a
full explanation of the conduct of the
city government was given by Mayor
Long and Commissioners Denhof and
The meeting had been called to
consider ways to cut city expendi
tures, but resolved Itself Into a com
munity love feast, following which a
resolution was adopted unanimously
congratulating the people of Portland
for voting so whole-heartedly for the
Also, a resolution favoring disar
mament was adopted by unanimous
EMPLOYMENT PROBLEM UP
Bill to Push Conference Plans In
troduced in Senate.
WASHINGTON. V. C, Nov. 22 Leg.
islation designed to carry out the pol
Icies of the recent national unemploy
ment conference was Introduced in
the senate today by Senator Kenyon
The bill would provide for prepara
tion in advance against periods of In
dustrial depression and unemployment
by establishment of an elastic pro
gramme for the development of public
The secretary of commerce would
bo authorized, also, to publish month
ly reports concerning the trend of
JAPAN WILL RESIST
Proposed Allowance for Nip
pon Held Inadeauate.
WARLIKE AIMS DISAVOWED
Nation Will Not Consent to Having
Armament Plan Crammed Down
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CHINA'S ECONOMICS UP
(Continued From First Pafe.)
the whole, together with any adopted
In the future. It was said, would be
brought before a plenary session of
the conference for final discussion
and adoption. Other resolutions on
Pacific and far eastern questions are
said to be In prospect.
Adoption of the Root resolution by
the committee, American officials
said, was a far step toward protection
of China, even should it not be taken
before a plenary session as Is planned.
Publication of the Root resolution as
an expression of policy by the powers,
. it was asserted, carried with It a
promise of future action with respect
to Chinese territorial and political'
Procedure to He Discussed.
The subject of future procedure on
other Chinese questions is to be de
veloped further at another meeting
of the far-eastern committee of the
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WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. 22.
(Special.) Naval authorities here
with the Japanese delegation deny
flatly and definitely the Toklo report
that the navy department of Japan
has requested the builders of the bat
tleship Tosa to rush work on it. It
Is certain that such requests or or
ders1 never were Issued from here.
None of the Japanese delegation, in
cluding Admiral Kato, the minister
of the navy, knows anything about it.
They hold It inconceivable that a
request of that sort should be made
to contractors without the .Japan
naval authorities here In Washington
at least being consulted about it
There must be some error some
where, the authorities here assert.
If '-orders were issued at all, they
would mare likely be of the opposite
On the naval ratio the Japanese of
ficers want 10-10-7 at the very least.
On this point they are about as yield
ing as a chunk of flint. The news
paper talk of the emphatic and un
yielding- attitude of the American
authorities on their proposed ratio of
9-5-3 does not make any particular
impression on our naval men. For
one thing, they don't believe a word
of it. They simply cannot believe
thi.t the American government could
take such a Btand.
Japanese Nswy "Joke."
They cannot see why America
should object to a 70 per cent ratio
for Japan, for the following reason:
It makes not the slightest difference
to the American navy whether the
Japanese naval strength be 70 or 60
per cent of the American naval power.
In either case the Japanese navy is
a Joke as an aggressive weapon
against the American navy.
If Japan dreamed ever of attack
ing the American navy, she would
hold out for 17 capital ships for
herself as against America's ten, and
in that ratio there is not too ex
travagant a margin of safety, ac
cording to our naval authorities.
The bare fact, they say, that Japan
never aspired even to equality with
the American navy Is the best of all
proofs that she has never been mad
enough to think of such a thing-
To aay that Japan is willing to limit
her naval power to 70 per cent of
American strength is another way of
saying that she would not attack
America in any circumstances.
Historic Battles Cited.
While a ratio of 70 per cent for
Japan would not make the slightest
difference to America, it would make
all the difference In the world to
Japan. For, according to our naval
authorities, that Is the minimum of
naval strength essertial for the na
tional defense of Japan. In proof
they cite many things, these among
others: Some 65 naval engagements
were fought since the battle of Dover
in 1652. in which the ratio of naval
powers of the contestants was known.
Out of the number there were only
five, less than 10 per cent of the
battles, that resulted in victory for
naval power having less than 7U
per cent of that of its opponent.
If Japan were to agree to make her
naval power less than 70 per cent it
simply would mean, in the light of in
disputable historic facts, that she
would give herself a chance of win
ning about five times out of 55.
As for the new super-dreadnought
Mutsu. (Japan is going to hold to it. In
all probability. In fact, in her case
our delegation has little choice about
the matter. This time it is not the
militarists who would insist on it, but
the people. All arguments which tech
nical experts of the United States may
or may not be able to present against
her being saved would have about as
much effect as the "spring breeze on
a horse's ear," as the Japanese say.
Sacrifice Is Symbolised.
The Mutsu Is not a warship to the
sentimental Imagination of the people
of Japan. She is a symbol of national
self-sacrifice In steel. A millionaire
girl baby may throw away any num
ber of expensive French dolls without
the slightest heartache. The first real
French doll which a wee girl of the
poor gets has quite a different status,
especially in the affection of its baby
proprietor. Japan is no spoiled
daughter of the rich. The Mutsu is
one of her rare and really expensive
At home we have a common saying.
Which rtina inm.thlMV ltlr. ,h.- "Mir.
Ipon builds her battleships through the
nngers or her factory girla."
In the ' popular imagination of
Japan the Mutsu Is more a crystalliza
tion of the sweat and tears and blood
of millions of toilers than it is a
fighting machine. America may per
suade Japan to scrap her willingly,
but before she can achieve that she
will have to convince some 500.000.000
men. and women that the addition of
the Mutsu to the list of Japanese
ships which the American armament
limitation proposal allows Japan
would convert the Japanese navy
from a defensive Into an offensive
weapon. And that is really a big
order, even from purely a technical
point of view.
Coercion Held Unthinkable.
The Japanese people have always
understood that America asked the
other great powers of the world to
come here for Just one purpose to
talk things over among themselves
and. if possible, work out some
practical measure, thoroughly satis
factory to all the parties concerned,
for the limitation of naval armaments.
The people of Japan never for one
moment dreamed of such a thing
that the great United States would
try to put Japan or any other power
gathered here as her guest Into a.
corner and cram down its throat her
own plan of armament limitation at
the pain of international isolation.
If ever such an impression should
get into the minds of the people of
Japan It would be disastrous in many
way. But of course the very tnougnt
of such a thing. is utterly ridiculous.
MBS. MS J. HILL DIES
WIDOW OF EMPIRE BUILDER
SVCCX'MBS IN ST. PAUL.
DIED BY GERMANY
"Protection Police" Declared
to Have Allies' Approval.
which she hopes to extend over Rus
sia." Tages Zeitung: "M. Brland reckons
on the almost unbelievable credulity
of Americans. That the English, Jap
anese and Italian delegates believed
him, he himself would scarcely dare
The newspaper said that while
talking disarmament France is really
strengthening her army.
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Funeral to Be Held in Cathedral In
Home City Friday, With Inter
ment Beside Husband.
ST. PAUL. Nov. 22. Mrs. James J.
Hill, widow of the late James J. Hill,
president of the Great Northern rail
way, died at her home here this
morning following a long Illness.
She was 75 years old and had been
in falling health since the death of
her husband In May, 1916. She will
be burled beside her husband on
the Hill estate's North Oaks farm.
Just north of St. Paul.
Born in New York city In 184S, Mrs.
Hill came to St. Paul In 194. and
after completing her education in a
convent at Milwaukee, was married
to Mr. Hill here in 1867.
Mrs. Hill Is survived by six daugh
ters and three sons. They are: Mrs.
Samuel Hill of Washington, I) C, and
Seattle; Mrs. Anson McCook Beard,
Mrs. Michael Gavin and Mrs. George
T. Slade of New York city. Mrs. E. C.
Lindley and Mrs. Egll Boeckmann of
St. Paul and James N. Hill of New
York, and Walter J. and Louis W.
Hill of St Paul. Funeral services will
be held at the St. Paul cathedral Friday.
EXILES LIKE MADEIRA
Ex-Emperor Charles and Wife Are
Pleased With Scenery.
FUXCHAL, Island of Madeira, Nov.
22. (By the Associated Press.) Ex
Emperor Charles and fX-Empress Zita,
exiles from Austria-Hungary, today
expressed eatisfaction at the recep
tion given them on their arrival on
thlB little Portuguese island and their
delight at the island's, scenery.
The villa Victoria, ' an annex of
Reid's Palace hotel, is to be the per
manent exile residence of the for
merly royal pair.
Orphum matinee today. 15-25-f0-Ad.
Reichswar Said to Be Wholly Un
affiliated With Police Body.
Entente Control Is Cited.
BERLIN. 'Nov. 22. (By the Asso
ciated Press.) In a statement to the
Associated Press today, the German
government took issue with the
charges of Premier Brland of France
in his address before the Washington
conference that the German police
forces and the reichBwehr constituted
s nucleus for a future German army.
' It declared M. Brland's assertion
that the reichswehr was composed ex
clusively of officers and non-commissioned
officers of the old army
was lnncorrect and said that the bulk
of the reichswehr is made up of
youths between the ages of 19 and 21,
recruited since the war.
The statement said that the "nro
tection police" were created at the
bidding of the entente, and added:
"The reichswetr Is wholly unaffili
ated with- the Schutzpollkel which
took the place of the security police
when the entente ordered the latter's
The Schutzpolisei is primarily an
agency to maintain law and order.
It takes orders solely from the civil
ian ministries of the federated states.
Its numerical Btrength and its com
position with reference to the ratio
of officers and men are designated
and supervised by the entente control
"The number of rifles and small
arms it is permitted to have is speci
fied. It does not possess heavy
callbered arms. The einwohnerwehr
or civiliau guards, referied to by M.
Brland have been dissolved and their
arms have been surrendered and de
stroyed." The statement disputed M. Briand'a
assertion that Germany still pos
sessed numerous arsenals equipped to
turn out war materials and asserts
these plants are limited to two or
three required to keep the German
army supplied and that their output
Is supervised by the entente control
The government's statement re
ferred the French premier to the ad
dress from the throne in which King
George of England declared satisfac
tory progress had been made by Ger
many in execution of her financial
and disarmament obligations.
Newspaper comment generally
characterizes M. Briand's speech as
"flat falsehood" but most of the
Journals express fear that America
may believe what he said. The opin
ion generally expressed was that his
attitude would likely undermine and
nullify the whole effort toward dis
armament. These excerpts from Berlin news
papers were generally characteristic
of the comment:
Tagliche Rundschau: "Yesterday,
the whole disarmament question was
consecrated. Militarism is dead; long
Kreuz Zeitung: "The principal
thing is hat France does not con
sider disarmament, and so disarma
ment by land is settled so far as the
Washington conference is concerned."
Allegemelne Zeitung: "Americana
will not see through the . politics of
France. Under the cloak of keeping
peace on the continent, she seeks mil
itary political and economical control
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When you are suffering: so you can
hardlv get around, Just try Red Pep
per Rub. and you will have the Quick
tut relief known. Nothing has surh
concentrated, penetrating- heat as red
Just as soon as you apply Red Pep
per Rub you will feel the tingling
heat. In three minutes it warms the
sore spot through and through. Fain
and soreness are gone.
Ask any druggist for a Jar of
Rowles Red Pepper Rub. Be sure to
pet the genuine, with the name
Rowles on each package. Adv.
Kid's colds mean
romp arxrand and
V nlav. and become overheated.
Cold often results. Have Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey on hand
and rive them some as directed. ItlooMn
that hard packed phlema. eaaes breathing-,
rids of hoar aemm, strained cous bin ajxl
Irritation in the throat multing in restful
Bights. Very pleasant Id take. Good for
ail to family, too. Ail droupata, JOe.
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