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THE SUNDAY OHEGOXTAX, TORTLAXD, NOVEMBER. 19, 1922
LA FOLLETTE GALLS
Organization of Congress
men to Be Formed.
CAPPER SOUNDS WARNING
Two-Tear Programme of Farm
Bloc Is Plainly Hostile to
here has gone fiction writers one
better. He has not only reformed
and turned his experience along
useful channels, but has decided to i
employ the knowledge of locks that I
he gained behind prison bars in mak
ing his fortune in an honest way,
now that his sentence has been
Recently a letter was received
here from this former inmate stat
ing that he was having great suc
cess selling burglar-proof locks. So
fast are his locks selling that he
believes within a short time he will
be rolling in wealth.
An inquiry resulted, which
brought forth that, while this par
ticular man was not sent to the pen
itentiary for safe picking, he man
aged in his associations with other
men while. here to gain information
about safes and locks that later en
abled him to manufacture a lock
which has so far proved an obstacle
to safe crackers.
FOOD ITS SPREADING
(Bv Cliiraco Tribune Lase1 Wire.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. -18.
The sword of progressivism was
brandished and defiance to the ad
ministration ehouted by Senator La
Follette, Wisconsin, re-enthused "by
the greatest vote he ever received
and who returned to Washington
today and issued a call in the name
of the people's legislative service
for a conference here Friday, Decem
ber 1, of all progressive senators
and representatives and progres
sives recently elected for the or
ganization of an active working
group in congress.
This conference will be followed
the next day by an assemblage of
influential progressive men and
women of the country to discuss a
programme of constructive policies
Progressives, Senator La Follette
announced, were advancing to wash
ington to "translate the results of
the elections into legislation."
Third Party Talk Avoided.
Asserting that the "time has now
come for the organization of a well-
definrti group, co-operating In sup
port of accepted progressive prin
ciples and policies," the militant
Wisconsin senator declared that he
was prepared to, discuss definite
plans of action with other progres-
eive members of the house and sen
ate. He shied, however, at talk df
a third party at this time, admit
ting, however, the possibility of
such a development.
Senator La Follette proclaimed his
intention to fight to the end the
administration ship subsidy bill and
proposed amendments to strengthen
the Esch - Cummins transportation
"I am near-sighted when it comes
to looking for a third party," he
said when asked if such course
might be necessary to meet the
political Situation. "No group of
men getting together and adopting
a. resolution can successfully launch
a new party. When the time is
ripe a new party may be born, but
it will come through a resistless
demand of the people."
Farm Bloc Hostile to Harding.
The call for the progressive con
ference was signed by Senator La
Follette as president, and George
Huddleston, vice-president of the
people's "legislative service." This
call is in the form of a letter.
Coincident with Senator La Fol
lette'a announcement, Senator Cap
per, Kansas, leader of the bi
partisan farm bloc in the senate, an
nounced the farm bloc's programme
for the next two years. It is plainly
hostile to te Harding administra
tion. Mr. Capper put out a list of
things, which, he says, the repub
lican party must tio in order to
insure its retention in power
through the elections of 1924. It
must pass legislation helpful to the
farmers, repeal the guarantee sec
tion of the Esch-Cummins act, pro
vide for the adoption of a constitu
tional amendment prohibiting tax
exempt securities, "put the develop
ment of the Muscle Shoals projects
in the hands of Henry Ford, tax
stock dividends, reduce freight
charges, and make greater economies
in the administration of govern
ment." There is not a word about the
tariff in the farm bloc programme.
One of its most interesting features
is a declaration that the republican
party "must do whatever this na
tion can do to promote European
recovery and the restoration of a
foreign market for the surplus
products of our farms and factories."
COMMUNISTS IX GERMANY
Shops Plundered; Hungei-Mad
People Destroy Food Xeeded
to Alleviate Suffering.
BT LARRT RUB.
(Chicago Tribune Foreign News Service.
Copyright, 1822, by the Chicago Tribune.)
BERLIN, Nov. IS. Except for
minor disturbances Coiogne and
Dusseldorff are quiet, but new food
riots are breaking out in other parts
of the country which are seriously
worrying the officials. The cost of
living increased more than 250 per
cent during the last month, ye
wages increased only -25 per cent,
putting many necessities beyond the
reach of the average wage earner.
What is making the situation
more serious is the fact that the
communists are exploiting the dis
content. This, coupled with the
appearances of many new Russian
faces where traubles occur, gives
rise to a suspicion that Moscow is
doing everything to fulfill its pro
phecy that a revolution is immi
nent. The foreign office, however, has
not been able so far to trace the
renewed communistic activities to
the bokhevik embassy here.
Iti Frechen, near Cologne, besides
plundering shops f6r 17,000,000
marks' worth of food and clothing,
the rioters burned a big granary
full of grain and a barn full of
fodder. The destruction of this
food, when there Is a scarcity, was
clearly the work of reds who are
trying to precipitate a revolution.
New troubles have been reported at
An American arriving from Co
logne said that two days ago Ger
man mounted - police with drawn
sabers charged the hunger mad
mobs. In some cases it was neces
sary for the police to fire directly
into the mobs to disperse them.
British soldiers helped restore or
der, but they only fired their rifles
in the air.
The average wage in Germany for
the lowest class of labor is 19,000
marks (the value of the mark has
varied recently from, 5000 to al
most 10,000 to the dojlar) monthly.
Clerks and stenographers get from
30,000 to 40,000 marks monthly.
Last week has seen the follow
ing rise in prices: A quart of milk
from 80 to 170 marks and sub
sidized bread from 60 to 300 marks
a loaf. This price will be effective
next week. For poor having bread
cards, the market price will be 600
marks. A pound of bread was raised
from 420 to 1000 marks.
A glass of beer went up from
70 to 100 marks a glass.
Coffee was raised from 1160 to
2000 marks a pound.
CLUg FEDERATION MEETS
Women Authorize Advance for
The Portland Federation ot
Women's Clubs held its regular
meeting yesterday afternoon in the
assembly room of Hotel Portland.
A business session and reports of
Btanding committals preceded the
programme and action was taken
authorizing the board of the fed
eration to advance an appropriate
amount of money to the scholarship
loan fund of the Oregon Federation
of Women's Clubs.
Mrs, B. A. Thaxter gave an illus
trated talk in behalf of the oriental
women's colleges, E. N. Strong spoke
for the Community Chest and Mrs.
Sadie Orr Dunbar made, a plea for
the Christmas seals. Mrs. Alex
ander Thompson presided.
SAVAGE IST0 GO EAST
Washington Official Is to Confer
on Land Grant Listings.
OLTMPIA, Wash., Nov. 18. -(Special.)
Clark V. Savage, state Jand
commissioner, will leave Monday for
Washington, D. C, for a conference
with the federal commissioner of the
general land office, it was an
nounced here today.
The conference, it is hoped, will
result in expediting the clear listing
or lands due the state Trom. govern
ment grants. Mr. Savage has given
particular attention to these lists.
some of which have been pending
since 1900, with the result that ap
proximately 116.000 acres have been
clear listed to the state so far. The
commissioner expects to return in
about two weeks.
EX -CONVICT REFORMED
Knowledge Obtained In Prison
Turned to Good Use.
WALLA WALLA, Wash. A for
" mer inmate of the state penitentiary
Experienced salespeople for
Must have references.
Apply ready to help in the
great sale which begins
F. Friedlander Co.
Sound Money Economists to
Oppose New Plan.
REVENUE PROBLEM HARD
Fnrther Taxation Declared to Be
Almost Impossible, but Bud
get Shortage Exists.
BT WILLIAM BIRD.
(Copyright, 1922, by The Oregonian.)
PARIS, Nov. . 18.-KSpecial cable.)
French sound money economists
are seriously alarmed over the grow
ing sentiment in favor of currency
inflation as the only means o pre
venting a financial crisis.
The inflation agitation has beten
carried on since the armistice by
various groups of theorists who urge
that issues of paper money really
are a non-interest bearing govern
ment loan, and therefore more ad
vantageous than an interest-bearing
bond. This propaganda has few ad
herents. Now, however, the impos
sibility of buckling the budget with
the present taxes is inducing many
powerful commercial groups to
favor a paper issue more than a
scheme of new taxation.
These merchants point to Ger
many's .apparent commercial advan
tages through her" depreciated ex
change, and suggest that inflation
would, by depreciating the franc,
help French manufacturers over
American and other tariff walls.
They say the recent fall of the franc
already has had a marked effect in
Money Printed, Report.
Although an act . of parliament
would be necessary before the Bank
of France can issue any new paper.
It is reported that in anticipation of
just such legislation the bank is now
speeding up Its presses and getting
the money ready.
This is unconfirmed but is widely
Ever since the German mark be
gan its precipitous collapse the
Bourse .has been very nervous and
many are asking, will the franc tie
Although the most influential and
powerful financiers of France are
fighting the inflationist agitation.
the best informed observers admit
that the solution will be difficult
' Tax Problem Difficult.'
Further taxation of France's enor
mous agricultural wealth practically
is impossible and taxes on business
already has passed the point of
pain and returns are dlmlnisning,
No authoritative leader has yet
tried to show how the dilemma of
Inflation or repudiation of outstand
ing obligations can be avoided;
The situation is one which is com
pelling the attention not alone of
the government leaders, but of the
moneyed class of France because a
solution in the near future is im
Veteran Coast Guard Retired.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18. Joseph
J. Rooney, for 40 years in the
United States coast guard service
here, was retired today. With the
rating of warrant machinist Rooney
had been serving as chief engineer
of the customs cutter Golden Gate
at the port of San Francisco.. He
was for years on the cutter Corwin
and made frequent trips to the
Arctics on it.
Secret Indictments Returned.
ROSEBTJRG, Or., Nov. 18. (Spe
cial.) Four secret indictments were
returned by the grand jury here
today. None of the defendants is
yet in custody but bench warrants
have been iBsued and all will be
arrested soon. Two not true bills
also were returned into court. The
jury was excused for the term,
stating in the report that all work
at hand had been completed.
Young men who are
ambitious to pay
their own way
through college are
taking up radio dur
ing their spare hours.
It Is pleasant, fas
cinating and profit-
able work. Learn,
earn and travel be
fore College- opens
Write for catalogue
or call In person.
Sixth and Taylor Street,
Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
S. & H. green stamps for. cash.
Holman Fuel Co., coal and wood.
Broadway 6353. 560-21 Adv,
DINE TODAY AT
Delicious Young Oregon
and a splendid dinner,
with many seasonable
good things to eat
Served 5 to 8 P. M.
A wonderful place
Broadway and Morrison
ELNORA FAT FLECK,
Teacher of Ballot, Oriental, Toe and
Baby Work a Specialty.
Now Teaching at Murlarfe Hall.
All new step qnd popular
dances guaranteed in g
4-hour lessons. Ladles $2,
(Formerly De Honey's)
M UK LARK HALL ,
3d and V a h ington Sts.
14th and finrnside.
Private Leettoms All Hours, Either Hall.
CLASS MURLARK HALL
Every Monday. Tnrsdar and Friday Ere
ningn, 7:30 to 11:30.
Plenty of desirable partners.
No Embarrassment. .
NOTE Visit the halls and grills. See
what the people are dancing, then Visit
our school and be convinced that it is
the most practical academy on the coast..
-FOE TO F1LTH
grease, soap, rags,
etc.. from drains,
sewer nfpes, closeta.
Ask Your Dealer.
Phone Bdwy. 7465
443 Stark St." "
Something to Think About What Kind of a Range
Will Be Standing in Your Kitchen 20 Years From Now?
r ; i nr. I
1 0 I I II It II
Ask the woman who has been using a Monarch! This new
model 'kitchen Paramount is built by the Malleable Iron Range
Co., Beaverdam, Wisconsin, makers of the famous and well-known
Monarch. It is also built of malleable, iron, RIVETED, NOT,
With Full White Enamel Panels, Water,
Gas and Pilot Light Connected, foK
flO.OO CASH 93 WEEK NO INTEREST,
YOUR OLD STOVE TAKEN AS PART.
This Paramount combines the
qualities you want most; takes
urj only 36-inch floor space,
but has a fine large baking
oven. For your convenience
there's one in the doorway
window today. You will ad
mire its handsome appear
ance. You will be delighted
with its Mir co Top, which
needs no stove blacking and
the plain nickel parts which
have no ornamentation to
catch dust and dirt.
Coal or Wood Firebox With
Two-Hole Cooking Top
On chilly mornings, how you will appreciate the warm
glow of a quickly built fire in the coal and wood firebox of
this Paramount Gas and Coal Range.
How convenient for burning' trash and heating water for
the kitchen and bath. Built of malleable iron the same way
as the famous Monarch Coal and Wood Range.
Standard Four -Burner Gas Top
With Oven for Gas Only
For the greater part of your cooking here is a standard
gas range. A regular four-burner gas cooking top. A regular
gas oven. All built according to American Gas Association
See this wonderfully convenient combination It's In the
window today. You'll be delighted with it.
Values Most Inviting Just See Them,
In the Windows North of the 5th-St. Door
OEfLECTIONS made will be held for Thanksgiving delivery.
or later, if your new home is not ready at that time.
Buying Thanksgiving Dining Sets is very much like
buying Christmas gifts Do it early, as everything is in your
favor. ' A complete assortment to aelect from and at prices
you'll agree are right.
THIS year's stock surpasses, by far, any collection of the
past particularly so among the artistic and revived
t : j c t - t v, ....... HK..O,-,, ovran.
sion tables so popular at present in combination living and
dining rooms; also Tea Wagons and gateleg extensions are
included in this Thanksgiving display.
Will Your Favorite
Get Larger Portion
$ 1 500
That's to Be Given
G. P. A. stores,
i n c luding grocery,
drugs, florists, etc.,
are all giving
votes; get a vote
with every purchase
and help your fa
to get a big portion
of free cash.
Two Attractively Noticeable Values
TABLE AND 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 slip seats.
William and Mary
TABLE AND 4 CHAIRS
In that mellow, rich Jacobean finish.
Chairs are securely constructed of solid oak
and have genuine leather slip seats. Though
not identical, the writer reports them to be
. more graceful in outline.
You 11 Admire the
That's In the Window Today.
10 Cash, J2 Week No Interest.
The Outfit -
?25 Cash, $5 Week No Interest.
AT THIS STORE
Everything, from Cooking Uten
, slls and Silverware to Rugs and
Draperies, goes on one account
with one initial payment, balance
to fit your personal requirement,
regardless of what you select.
Pure wool means absolutely pure,
all wool and Kenwood Blankets
are pre-shrunk. Boil them as much
as you like, !f they shrink in the
least Edwards wants you to return
them. These blankets are guaran
teed to the fullest extent.
Wood & Coal
Bolh straight burn
ers and combinations.
Investigate those on
the balcony before you
Gate - leg and drop-leaf
styles, daintily decorated
Tables with four chairs.
Just another typical Ed
war d s value c o m p a re
them with any at $42.50.
llMK! ttL; '- iL'.fcgga. -.1 nam TO
ilHTlr ' ' ' "lir" fir " : fiffifffift '
; Li Mi r i 1 !
MODEL NO. 200 '
With eight double-faced records.
MODEL NO. 207
With six double-faced records.
MODEL NO. 210
With 12 donble-faced records.
Equipped with the famous Brunswick TTltona Repro
ducer, playing all records without the use of attachments,,
and the Brunswick Ova Tone Amplifier, the all-wood tone
chamber which gives the Brunswick the full rich tone for
which it is noted.
Edwards has an almost unlimited assort
ment to show you the mighty wall rack,
with over 200 beautiful samples of the
makers' choicest creations, continuously
sways to and fro.
Whether Your Desire Be for
Chenille, Wiltons, Brussels.
Axminster or Rag Rugs !
At Edwards You'll Always
Find Them. Here Are Only
a Few of What Awaits You
Plain Chenille in Mulberry, tfT C(
Blue and Taupe in size 9x12, at. ,.JD .OH
Linen-Fringed Wilton Velvets 0AA "71?
In Jaspay and Chintz designs at WT. O
A profusion of high-grade Axminsters, size
9x12, both seamed and seamless,
Five patterns of seamless Brus- in
gels in 8.3x10.6 and 9x12, at D17.00
Genuine Cork and Lead
Filled Inlaid Linoleum
Per Sq. Yd. i
$135 $1.45 $1.65 $1.85
' MEIOIR AND TAPESTRY
$115 to $125
ALT, ARE BUILT WITH DOUBLE
WELT SPRING FRONT EDGE.
Frames are of hardwood with two-inch beam frams
Whether selected with these covers, denim or mohair
frames, filling and construction are alike.
Solid Mahogany With Cane
Davenport Chair ,Rocker
Not identical, though quite similar fo illustration.
Your choice of taupe or mulberry vclour covering:
soft and fluffy pillows included. See them on the
first floor, just inside the Fifth-street door.