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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX. .PORTLAND, DECEMBER 10, 1922
U.S. SPEAKING TOUR
the American field - service fundi
fellowship in French and American
universities. The Tiger today so
advised Representative A. Piatt An- j
Big, Deep, Roomy, Comfortable arid Good Looking
arew 01 massacnuseiis, who organ
ized and directed the American field
service, the agency through which
hundreds of young Americans gave
aid to France before the United
States entered the war.
When the war closed it was de
cided that the names of 127 of the
field service should be perpetuated
by the creation of a like number of
scholarships, by which young Amer
ican university men could be sent
to French universities and yonng
Frenchmen could be sent to Amer
ican universities. A total fund of
$3,500,000 is the object, but so far
only $500,000 has been obtained.
Thirty scholarships have been cre
ated, tike the Rhodes scholarships,
one of the objects was to stimulate
friendship between the nations.
Last Address Is Blend of All
Five Others. . -
ATYPICAL, Edwards sale value and can you think of any
thing more luxurious, more desirable, more adaptable, more
serviceable, more enjoyable or better looking than one of
these fine, big, deep, roomy and comfortable rockers for a
REAL GIFT at such low cost? .,
THESE rockers at $32.50 -meet with approval under exami
nation of the very exacting and critical. For your con
venience, there's one in the front window today.
PHILADELPHIA IS HOST
Clcmenceau Confident America Is
Convinced That France Is
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 9. (By the
Associated Press.) Georges Clem
enceau, the grizzled French war pre
mier, today ended his "formal"
speaking mission to America before
the Philadelphia Forum in the Acad
emy of Music, with the broad inti
mation that he believed he had ac
complished all of the three purposes
for which he forsook his cottage by
the sea in France.
Of two of them he evinced no
doubt. He was confident he had
convinced America that France was
not a militaristic nor an imperialis
tic nation. He was equally sure he
had spread conviction that France
intended to pay her debt to America
not immediately, perhaps, but ulti
mately. He quoted a paragraph from Pres
ident Harding's annual message to
congress yesterday as an indication
that the third point bringing Amer
ica back to th3 side of France and
England also was being accom
plished. Pact Comment Cited. .
The paragraph was the president's
comment on the four-power pact,
which the executive said had
brought "a new confidence in the
maintained peace" and which he
suggested might be made a model
for like assurance, wherever in the
world any common interests are con
cerned." "I told your chief." Clemenceau
continued, "that when he pondered
on what I had said to him I be
lieved his feeling would find its
way toward us and I believe it has.
But I don't know what the diplo
matists will make of it."
It was again his "peace message"
that Clcmenceau delivered to the
representaitve audience that faced
him in the gayly decked academy of
But it was a plea for peace based
on France's ideals, and these Ideals,
he declaxed. France would defend to
the last drop of her blood, even if
she had to defend them alone.
Addresses Are Blended.
All the five "formal" addresses he
had made before were blended in
this last one. Now he was the .fiery
tiger, flashing defiance against
France's enemies; now the advocate,
carefully stating his case; now, an
old man pleading for his native land,
that she be not misunderstood.
Several times he was interrupted
by applause. At the end he was
given a long ovation.
Clemeuceau spoke at 11 A. M.,
after he had been taken through
crowded downtown streets to Inde
pendence hall the cradle of the na
tion where he saw the historic Lib
erty bell, and sat in the chair that
John Hancock used when he signed
the Declaration of Independence.
Crowds had massed about Inde
pendence hall and he was cheered as
he entered and as he left the famous
old structure. His escort was Phil
adelphia's proudest military body
the First City troop, attired in re
splendent dress uniforms of a pat
tern antedating the American revo
lution. It was the troop which has
had the honor of escorting every
president who has visited Philadel
phia since the days of George Wash
ington. Another Crowd Aboot Car.
Another crowd was about his car
as he emerged from the academy
after he had finished his address,
and it was with difficulty that the
polico were able to restrain enthus
iasts who wanted to get a close-uj
of the distinguished visitor.
The Tiger drove immediately to
his private car, which left at 3:28
this afternoon for Chicago, where
. on Monday he will deliver a special
messase to the nation's farmers at a
Among Clemenceau's guests at
luncheon on the car was Bernard M.
Baruch. who was one of President
Wilson's advisers during the peace
conference at Paris. Clemenceau and
Baruch discussed economics, and it
is understood that the latter gave
the former French premie'.- some in
formation which he may use in his
Clemenceau plans to pass tomor
row resting at Cresson, on the crest
of the picturesque Allegheny moun
tains, resuming his jour.ney Sunday
evening in time to rea'ch Chicago
LECTURE RECEIPTS DONATED
American Field Service Fund Fel
lowship to Benefit.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 9. (By
the Associated Press.) In memory
of his student days in the United
States, Georges Clemenceau will give
the proceeds of his lecture tour to
RADIO SPREADS ADDRESS
Thousands tn Distant Cities Hear
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 9.
Thousands in distant cities listened
Friday to President Hafding's ad
dress to congress, Broadcast by radio
through the naval station at Ana
costa and passed along through va
rious relay stations to a good part
of the country. It was the first
time the new voice-amplifying de
vice in the house of representatives
had been connected with the wire
less. One of those who heard the ad
dress without attending the joint
session was Mrs. Harding, who had a
special receiving set installed in her
John Tait of the Astoria Laundry
announces that he will- be open and
ready to give regular service on
Monday morning. Mr. Tait came to
Portland and arranged for machin
ery and supplies and will have the
laundry in operation on Monday.
Divorce Refused 'Woman.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9. After declar
ing that it was "easier to get a di
vorce in Chicago than to get a
meal," Judge T. D. Hurley re
fused to grant a decree to Mrs.
Harriet Moore of Chicago, from
Joseph Moore of Santa Monica, Cal.,
whom she charged with desertion.
6. & H. green stamps for cash,
Eolman Fuel Co.. coal and wood.
Broadway 6353 660-21 Adv.
Dry Slab Wood
Dry Block Wood
Green Slab Wood
DELIVERIES TO ALL
PARTS OF THE CITY
E. 45th and Halsey
rllOXE TABOR 0159.
A Delicious Sunday
will be served today, in
courses, cooked just right
and served to please.
Served 5 to 8 P. M.
Broadway and Morrison
Morrison Near Fourth
FOR SHOPS AND
Machinists 70c per hour
Boilermakers .. ...70-70 'jc hour
Mechanic are allowed time
and one-half for time worked
In excess of rljrht hours per
day. Strike conditions prevail.
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of Portland has carefully sur
veyed and investigated this
proposition and has estimated
the gross profits for 1923,
based on only 50 cargo Al
though the apparent business
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on the small capitalization of
This is one of those rare op
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827 Mnrcan Fide. Main 7590.
ELNORA FAT FLECK,
Teacher of Ballet, Oriental, Toe and
Baby Work a Specialty.
Now Teaching at Murlark Halt
All new steps and popular
dancet guaranteed in
4-hour IeonH. Ladies $2.
(Formerly Ue Honey's)
23d and Washington Sts.
14th and Barasida.
Private Ledums, All Hours, Either Hall.
CLASS Mt'BLAEK HALL
Every Monday, Tuesday and Friday -
ninss, 7:30 to 11:30.
Plenty of desirable partners.
NOTE Visit the halls and grills. Se
what the people are dancing, then Tiait
our school and be convinced th.t U is
the most practical academy on the coast.
FOE TO iLLTU
grease, soap, rags,
etc., from drains,
sewer nipes, closets
Ask Your Dealer.
Phone Bdwy. 74&
Trade Mark Company,
DRAIN PIPK 43 Stark SL,
CLEANER Port land. Or.
Twelve More Shopping Days and You Know What That Means
Edwards' Have Arranged Small Articles Such As: Sewing Cabinets,
Smoking Sets, Spinet Desks, Lamps and Other Small Novelties on the
First Floor. Loss of Time at Edwards Is Minimized and Tomorrow.
There'll Appear: - ..,
ower II rices on
Easy Terms No Interest, to Fit Your Personal
Need Now the Same as A ny Other Time
Furniture With Richness U nexcelled
Quality You've a Right to Expect
See What's in the Windows Today .
The Classiest Moderate Priced Suite in
the Store M ade in Both
Decorated Ivory and Walnut
Bed, Vanity, fiench, Chifferette and Rocker
I. THE WIXDOW TODAY AS IT XVWUli APPEAR IX YOl'R HOME.
Bow-end Bed S41.7S
Large Dresser ...$43.75
Princess Vanity . t.fk8.50
Bench or Chair.. .j a.50
Slipper Rocker . ... 9 11.50
jr r fs. . v"a.
JOIN IS THE DBMAXD
FOR AN OREGON BRAND
AND SEE PAY ROLLS EXPAND!
Mr. Edwards has been, and will con
tinue to be, a strong booster for "Oregon
Made Furniture," as well as a strong
booster and executor of a "co-operative
business where employes share in the
That's why EDWARDS FURNITURE IS
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE. Here are
listed the boys on. the floor who will feel
privileged to serve you. Take your choice:
-Mr. Heilborn .
- Mr. Cummins
Pleasing Tapestry and Velour
f Exquisite 18th
See It in the Window Today
It's a delightful creation; not a
distinctive period, but a combina
tion design with elements of Chip
pendalje, Sheraton, Hepplewhite
and English Renaissance.
used in this assemblage is a
genuine Anglo-Persian. It's de
cidedly and attractively opposite
from the usual.
2 Patterns of Artistic
Different styles and periods
come and go but "Four-Posters"
go on forever. Take note of the
- price on them at Edwards'.
$10 Cash $2.50 Week No Interest.
Walnut finish, and "Queen Anne" without
question is the most enhancing and admirable
of all revived periods. Table has 48-inch
oblong top, or you may have round top if
preferred. Chairs have triangle block sup
ports and the New Bine Genuine Leather
Slip Seats. ,
Chair or Rocker
Very striking, though not identical in outline to the illustration.
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 charm to your
home. These luxurious pieces with intrinsic worth and incomparable beauty will
bring delight, not temporary, hut for years to come.
See Those in the Windows Today
Whether Charitable, Fraternal, Religious or Civic
HELP YOUR FAVORITE ORGANIZATION THEY COULD TWAKE USE OF AND
WOULD APPRECIATE GETTING A SLICE OF THIS
$1500 Cash That'll Be Given Away
G. P. A. stores during the next several weeks will give votes
with everv purchase of 10 cents or over. Get Votes with shoes,
flowers, clothing, candy, etc. The same as with furniture, rugs
The organization gathering the most votes will get $500; bal
ance' will be divided among all other organizations according to
the number of votes cast so help your favorite organization.
Decorated Gray and Lustered Ivory
Breakfast Sets $35
Gate-leg and drop-leaf styles, daintily decorated Tables with
four chairs. Just another typical Edwards value compare
them with any at $42.50.
Takes Up Only 33-Inch Floor Space
Two Separate and Distinct
Ranges Built Together Upon
KlS ( cm mil )!i mtn i
SET UP COMPLETE WITH HOT
WATER COILS -AND GAS
20 Cash, 3 Week, No Interest.
Four-burner gas top; two-lid
.wood and coal cooking top.
Change plates, so you can have
four lids, wood and coal top and
two-burner gas top.
Separate wood and coal oven
and separate gas baking oven.
Separate broiling oven with
boiling water in the bottom.
Beautiful ..polished top and
plain nickel trimmings.
White enameled splashers and
white enamel door panels.
Gas fire-lighter, eliminating:
the need of kindling.
Yonr old range taken as part
If you bare one to dispose of.
Both Pips and Pipeless, Installed complete, with or without hot
water coils, on terms to fit your Individual need. . No interest.
Easy-Terms -No Interest
$37.50 to $95.00
An exceptionally clever cofi
lection of new and nifty ma
hogany Spinets. Not any piece
of furniture will add that
snap of smartness to your
reception hall or living room
like a Spinet. Examine those
on the first floor just Inside
$24.75 to $6730
Jacobean oak: walnut and
mahogany finishes; turned
circle cuts and Queen Anne
as well. AH are equipped with
silent swivel wheels and dis
tinguished with attractively
moderate prices making this
a particularly opportune time
Inexpensive Yet ' Possessing That
Influence of Dignity and Distinction
so Diligently Sought After.
Reed and Mahogany Sewing
Polychromed Candle Sticks.
The late Table-Top Tea Wagons.
Bridge, Boudoir and Floor
Antique Metallic Book Ends.
Heirloom "100-year" Silverware.
Electric and Regular Percolators.
Ray Vac and Sloane Electric
Bone and Pearl-Grip Carving
Afternoon Tea Sets.
Andirons, Fire Sets and Spark
--Genuine Tennessee Red Cedar
Blue and Rose Colonial Jardi
nieres. Tapestry and Velour Table
Spinet and Colonial Desks.
Cabinet and Standard Smokers.
Lloyd Loom-Woven Doll Cabs.
Children's Rockers and Chairs."
Hi-Chairs with Sanitary Trays.
Waxed Oak, Fumed Oak, Mahogany
Which Will You Havel
(Model No. 200) (Model No. 207) (Model No. 210)
$100 $125 $150
J5 Cash, $2 Week, ' ?5 Cash, $2.60 Wk, 5 Cash, J3 Week,
No Interest, No Interest. No Interest.
THESE, like all other Brunswicks, are equipped with th
famous Brunswick TJltona - Reproducer that plays all
records without the use of attachments, and the
Brunswick Oval Tone Amplifier
the all-wood tone chamber which gives the Brunswick the
full rich, tone for which it U noted. , . . - . ' ... -