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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, NOVEMBER 13, 1922
STRONG ARMY. PM
Outlook for Peace Is
EUROPE NOW MENACED
National Civic Federation Itec-
ommends Co-operation With
Ijeague of Xations.
-NEW YORK, Nov. 11. Mainte
nance of a strong army and navy is
the only means of assuring the
safety of the United States under
present troubled world conditions,
was urged in resolutions adopted
today at the closing session of the
National Civic federation confer
ence of international affairs.
" "The outlook after four years of
peace is dark Indeed," said a dec
laration drawn up as preamble to
the various resolutions adopted.
""With one accord we turn our at
tention to the problem of how
civilization can be saved from im
"The fourth anniversary of the
armistice is a significant time for
the holding of a conference to con
sider the question of America's in
ternational relations and America's
military policy. America took a
leading part in the great struggle
and must bear her share of the re
sponsibility for the settlement that
Dissension Menaces Europe.
' "That settlement has not brought
peace and the states of Europe and
the near east, so far from compos
ing their difficulties and recon
structing their community life, are
trembling on the edge of the abyss,
threatened with bankruptcy, mu
tually suspicious and torn by enmi
ties and dissensions.
. "The conference recognizes that
the United States must play the part
in the world to which eminence its
cultural, political and material de
velopments entitle it."
- The resolution dealing with the
army commended the present na
tional' defense act, but urged that
the standing army be increased to
150,000 enlisted men and 13,000 offi-.
cers as advocated by Secretary of
-The navy, said another resolution,
sliould be maintained in every way
on a basis of equality with that of
Great Britain and five-thirds the
strength of that of Japan.
'The conference also advocated
Adoption of a consistent American
policy in international relations,
divorced from partisan politics and
bringing to bear upon the other na
tion's the influence of agreement for
justice and peace.
Work With League -Urged.
CWhile warning against attempts
to; secure world peace by artificial
organization, "susceptible to polit
ical intrigue," th'e conference rec
ommended: "Co-operation with the
league of nations 'in all lines of
humanitarian endeavor.' "
, "The conference," it was declared,
"holds the Monroe doctrine to be an
outstanding feature of sagacious
American policy and believes that
this country should accept and ful
fill the obligations and responsibili
ties as well as the rights involved
It was recommended that the
president of the National Civic fed
eration appoint a committee of 100
or more men and women from the
delegates "to secure, organize and
furnish to the membership of these
various bodies accurate and unbiased
information on important interna
tional relations and movements,
such information to serve 'as au
thentic material for study groups
and aid in the dispensation of sane
and just American opinion on our
national duties and our personal re-
sponsiDinues toward foreign n
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, who
presided, declared that America's
entrance into the league of nations
would have prevented Turkey front
trying to assume the role she has
taken in European affairs.
: Bishop James J. Cannon Jr. of the
Methodist Episcopal church of Nash
. vllle. Tenn., delivered a militant ad
dress in which he declared that the
duty of the United States was" to
oppose with armed force the Turk
is in Columbia university commu
nity. After the marriage the young
folk will remain in New York long
enough for Mr. McDonald to com
plete a school year at isew xorK
I university, after which they will
live in Portland, where Mr. McDon
ald wijl finish his medical work at
the University of Oregon school of
Miss Saunders and Mr. McDonald
met about two years ago at Elk
Lake. Or., whither she had been sent
by The Oregonian -to "cover" the
meeting of the Oregon Sportsmen's
league, and to which Carl Shoe
maker, fish and game commissioner,
had summoned Mr. McDonald, who
at the time was district warden for
central Oregon. Being the only girl
at the gathering, Miss Saunders was
showered "with courtesies and fa
vors, and from the large number of
men there her fancy fell upon the
district warden, who is a typical
man of the west. Before she re
turned to Portland and on the eve
of departing for South America, she
had plighted faith with him.
Miss Saunders left Portland in
1920and for more than a year did
newspaper work in South America,
where her experiences as night edi
tor for the United Press for South
America at Rio de Janeiro brought
her into many novel situations. She
is recognized as the pioneer of
women newspaper writers from the
United States to that field, and
many ex-residents of South America
now seek her out in New York. Six
months ago she was brought to the
New York office of the United Press
and recently resigned to join the
Violent Reversal of Feeling
Noted in Paris.
ANOTHER WAR FEARED
'CISSIE" LOFTUS AKRAIGXED
OS MORPHINE CHARGE.
Star In America and Great Britain
Married to Dramatist After
NAVY OF S 6,000 PREDICTED
Acceptance of House Figures for
fl 1923 Expected.
-WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 11.
A prediction that the 1923 navy
budget will provide for an enlisted
personnel of 86.000, the total fixed
by the present law, was made today
by Chairman Kelley of the house
aub-committee which has the appro
priation under consideration. Navy
department officials are understood
to have favored a larger figure.
.'"We made a thorough examina
tion a year ago as to the number of
men we believed necessary to oper-
- ate the navy up to the arms con
ference ratio, and went into it thor
oughly," Bald Mr. Kelley. "But the
house took a different view and put
tnrough an enlisted strength of
86,00 as suggested by President
:- Without speaking for the com
mittee. I believe that since the ques
tion was settled so recently and
after such thorough consideration
by the house, the judgment of the
house ought to be accepted as final.
Certainly nothing has developed, ii
my opinion, to make a change in th
naval strength necessary."
LONDON, Nov. 11. "Cissie" Lof
tus, for more than 20 years a well
known actress on the stages of both
Great Britain and the United States,
was arraigned Friday in police court
and charged with being an unau
thorized person in possession of
morphine and atrophine. She ap
peared to be ill. Through her counsel
she pleaded not guilty.
The magistrate admitted the ac
tress to ball and' adjourned the case
for a week.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11. London dis
patches telling of the arrest of Marie
Cecile (Cissie) Loftus for the alleged
illegal possession of drugs brought
to the United States the first news
in years of an actress who has
starred for years in this country and
England on the legitimate and
Born in England, she showed at
an early age an aptitude at mimicry.
London audiences hailed her as s
child prod'igy for her Imitations of
Sarah Bernhardt and other celebri
ties. American audiences were fiim
ilarly delighted with her.
Finally she left vaudeville for
drama, being notably successful as
co-star with Sir Henry Irving in
v "II i were K.lng" and "Pe
Cissie" Loftus always has been
a picturesque figure. She. startled
her followers on both -continents
when, during a vaudeville, engage
ment In London, she eloped with
Justin Huntley McCarthy, the En-g
lisn dramatist, from whom she was
divorced in America some years
CHICAGO, Nov. 11. Dr. A. H. Wa
terman, second husband of "Cissie"
Loftus, said today he hadno in
formation regarding her arrest in
London or her recent movements.
Dr. Waterman and Miss Loftu
were divorced about ten years ago.
The marriage of Dr. Waterman
and Miss Loftus was the result of a
childhood romance of the days when
both were beginners on the stage.
Dr. Waterman deserted the foot
lights in 1902 to study medicine here.
The wedding followed a three
minute courtship, Dr. Waterman giv
ing "Cissie" that time to say "yea"
to his telephoned proposal.
PRIMARY KEPT INTACT
Nebraska Voters Prevent Changes
in Law; Picketing Stopped.
OMAHA, Neb., Nov. ll. Nebraska
voters demonstrated Tuesday that
they are not in favor of any tamper
ing with the direct primary law.
They voted two to one against rati
fication of a law passed by the last
legislature which would have made
it possible for state conventions to
select delegates to national nomi
nating conventions of the various
political parties and to name na
A law against picketing during
strikes and another to require or
ganizers of new banks to show they
are needed before charters can be
had were approved, while a meas
ure for rural registration of voters
Near-Panic Strikes Markets and
Collapse of Exchange Makes
BY WILLIAM BIRD.
(Copyright, 1922. by The Oregonian.)
PARIS, Nov. 11. (Special Cable.)
Unfortunately for the white race,
Mustapha Kemal Pasha is not so
easily disqualified as Battling Slki.
We have seen a violent reversal
of French sentiment against the
Turkish dictator. Now the entente
stands recemented, ready to oppose
with all the weight of its diplomacy
Doubt is growing that the heaviest
diplomatic guns can avail against
the Turkish entrenched positions.
The optimism of the recent plays is
given way to war talk.
Some miracle can prevent t pos
sibly. But apparently the best in
formed people of Europe believe
that we are nearer a bloody con
flict than at any 'time since the
A wave of fear is running through
France- that the latest and newest
opportunity afforded to the Balkans
and the near east to engage in hos
tilities may give Germany her re
venge. The collapse of French ex
change, which has touched the low
est point since the spring of 1921,
is now thought to be largely due to
the widespread doubts in banking
circles that continental peace can
Something approaching , panic
struck the French markets early
this week. As the exchange con
tinued falling, the query was raised
as to what it all meant. It was
checked, temporarily at least, by
Lord Curzon's reassuring speech,
which emphasized Anglo-French
The armistice celebration today
brought a convenient breathing
spell in which public confidence
may be restored, but the pessi
mistic predictions may bring forth
soon events which must prove most
disquieting to European- peace.
MURRAY WILL SETTLED
First Wife of Dead Millionaire
Receives Cash for Claim.
.BUTTE, Mont, Nov. 11. Accord
ing to the executor of the James
A. Murray estate In Montana, set
tlement was effected yesterday be
tween the heirs and the first wife
of the dead millionaire, who con
tended that the divorce obtained by
Murray years ago was not legal for
the reason that she was not noti
fied of the action. It is reported
that she accepted a lump sum in
settlement of her claim for dowry,
but the amount was not disclosed.
The matter was settled by the
widow of James A. Murray, now
residing in California and by James
E. Murray of Butte, nephew.
PEACHES PAY CITY TAX
Municipal Orchard to Take Care
RIVERSIDE, Cal., Nov. 11. Citi
zens of Hemet, one of the smaller
cities of Riverside county, are let
ting peaches pay their taxes. "
The city of Hemet owns a 40-acre
peach orchard. Profits from it were
$50(M this year, which was not a
particularly good one from the peach
growers' standpoint. A normal year
is expected to net the city $15,000, it
is said. As -the population io 3000,
it is expected that $15,000 will pay
nearly all of the municipal taxes.
Bedford max will- marry
i. miss lvcile saunders.
Ex-Member of The Oregonian
Staff and South American
Traveler to Become Bride.
LJJEW YORK. Nov. 11. (Special.)
romance that began in the
"Happy valley" country of central
Oregon and has withstood the dis
tractions of globe-trotting in the
western hemisphere and six months
lit New York, will be accelerated
here next month when Miss Lucille
Saunders, Portland newspaper writ
er, is married to Harold D. McDon
ald of Medford. Or., now a medical
student at the New York university
CMiss Saunders revealed her wed
ding plans at a reception of South
American friends who are in New
York this season. The reception
was at her home, 417 West One Hun
dred and Fourteenth street, which
Young men in
If you're not getting the
salary you should; if you don't
like your present work and if
you are ambitious to do bigger
things in life, then we can
help you. Hundreds of young
men, graduates of this school,
have made their spare time
study hours pay dividends.
Let ub tell you how.
State aid to Ex-Service Men.
Y. M. C. A. Bldjt
Sixth and Taylor.
You Will Enjoy Your
and a host of good appe
tizing things to complete
a fine meal, cooked just
right and temptingly
5 to 8 P. M.
Broadway and Morrison
ELNORA FAT FLECK.
Teacher of Ballet, Oriental, Toe and
Baby Work Specialty.
Now Teaching at Murlark Hall.
AU new ttteps and popular
dancea guaranteed in 8
4-hour lesson. Ladiet $3.
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14th and Bnmside.
Private Lessons. All Hoars, Either Hall.
CLASS MURLARK HALL
Every Monday, Tuesday and Friday Eve
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Plenty of desirable partners.
NOTE Visit the halls and grills. See
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Diamonds at Lowest Prices.
J e welry Watche s Silver.
Washington at Broadway
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and Sale of Likable
Values Most Inviting Just You See Them. All the Windows
North of the 5th St. Door Have Been Given Over for This
Display and Sale
SELECTIONS made now will be held for
Thanksgiving delivery, or later, if your new
home Js not ready at that time. Buying
Thanksgiving Dining Sets ta very much like
buying Xmas gifts Do jt early, as everything
Is In your favor. A complete assortment to
select from and at prices you'll agree are right.
THIS year's 6tock surpasses, by far, any
collection of the past particularly eo
among the artistic and revived classic adapta
tions. Several of the new library extension
tables so popular at present in combination
living and dining rooms; also Tea Wagons,
and gateleg extensions, are Included in this
Three of the Following Are Also Ar
ranged in Window Display Today
Hepplewhite in Walnut
Ten-leg Oblong-Top Table with set of six beau-dJOOO flA
ful Chairs a delightful creation for JAJAiUVJ
Queen Anne in Mahogany
The most charming and lovable of all periods 4JOQQ AA
Table, Chairs and Buffet a typical Kd wards value BifO.JJ
Combination Period in Walnut
Table resembling the illustration above, chairs d1 QC 7CL
with spindte filler backs, dignified buffet to match, w ISPOe I O
Another Queen Anne Period
In Walnut or Mahogany Tables, have Valspar Ar
tops and Chairs have cane backs, the set WlT I Ov
Still Another Queen Anne
Oblong-top Table, Buffet and set of six Chairs t 1 1 Q AA
finished in walnut; suite complete. ... i P11VI
Last but Not Least
Quarter-sawed Plank Rim-Top Table and four d AO Kfl
Solid Oak Leather-Seat Chairs for & tl.OU
Two Attractively Noticeable Values That You'll See in the
Front Windows Today
TABLE & 6 CHAIRS
Walnut and mahogany oblong or round top
tables that open to six feet with sets of six
chairs finely finished to match, and every one
fitted with that popular blue genuine leather
William & Mary
TABLE & 4 CHAIRS
In that mellow, rich Jacobean finish. Chairs
are securely .constructed of solid oak and have
genuine leather slip seats. Though not identi
cal, the writer reports them to be more grace
ful in outline.
Second to None Is Edwards' Variety
of Charming and Distinctive
Tapestry, Mohair and
Whether One or More Pieces) Be Selected. Terms) to
Pleae Your Individual Requirement Will tie Arranged
89 to '275
Chairs and Rockers
'42 to '135
The arrival of a charming new suite made
right here in Portland, and everyone who buys a
piece of it will be helping boost Oregon payrolls
and everyone knows, the more payrolls there
are, the more prosperity everyone will enjoy.
Pay Your Family and Friends
the compliment of intelligent and artistic planning and satisfy your own
craving for that which is lovely in form and color bring beauty and
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See Those in the Windows Today
Which Will You Have?
For your consideration one setting is in the
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tration,, but no one will regret the time spent
.looking it over. Select the pieces to best fit
Bow - f-ot Bed 41.T5
Straight - foot Bed X2.00
Larc;e - Hlze DrewMer .$43.75
Medium i slxe Dresner $38.00
Inside - tray Chifferette 34.25
Chiffonier with mirror ... (34.25
Chiffonier without mirror 926.00
Princes Vanity SIiR.00
Benrh to match ( 9.BO
Dressing Table $30.00
Night Stand ". . ... $11.00
Straight Chair t. $ 0.50
Slipper Rocker .' $11.00
Solid Mahogany With Cane
Constructed with full web base
and double strength spring
front edge, circular cushions are
included without additional
charge. Finished in that new
stainless antique brown.
Genuine Wilton Rugs
Size 9x12 Feet
J82 8?a $93 105
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ORGANIZATIONS WILL RECEIVE
$1500.00 IN CASH
G. P. A. stores during the next several weeks will give
'votes with every purchase of ten cents or over. Get votes
with shoes, flowers, clothing, candy, etc.
The organization gathering the most votes will get J500.00;
balance will be divided among all other organizations accord
ing to the number of votes cast so help your favorite organization.
-THE ABOVE MENTIONED
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