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HE - OREGON 1 SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, - SUNDAY- UDKI1IHG, JAUUAKY -.. o, 1.,
III ROHDE CASE
velopment for lcgitlmat . ctrH ; enter-
$. Technically Md limitations en
ether era ft used for commerce could be
undertaken, tut thtM woild be inad
vteabla aa thwarting progress end cbsck-
ln- cemmunleatlew between, nation. a
thine-in itself valuable as t mewn of
cbecklnr warm. ' -. -
a. Limitation on military eirerait arc
noasibla. but not deemed advisable. It la
Ba.,Sntrnii.a Supreme Council Wants to Know
FOB ASOTXU COEFEBSBCB
V- TTnUa - nlwr mir warfare should I
0,000 Damage Allowed in D.s-
Th committee la of tha opinion, that!
It la not practicabl to Unpoaa any af
fective limitation upon number ot
cbaractaristica of air forces, either com
mere lal or . military, excepting id , the
Reason Why Germany Cannot
Pay War Reparations.
trtct Court Here' Thrown Out
Because of Compensation Law.
; Washington, Ja-t T.-Th decision of
the ruprm court, handed tfown by Jos
tle afctlsynotda In the Hannaa Roods
ease, which ha bow bacon available,
ihvi that tb first report, based on the
elerk's note concerning the effect of
lh declaVtm, was erroneoua.
Th decUlon of th United States dis
trict court In Portland, awarding Rohd
ftMOO damages from th Grant 8ml th
rortar company, la reversed, th su
pram court ruling that th acceptane
of th ttat eompensatloa law by Rohd
Uok away from aha th right of com
ing ender tha admiralty Jurisdiction of
th federal saurta,
' Tw Question were submitted to the
auprema court by tne circuit court of
appeal. Th answers follow:
1 1 Th admiralty law covers damage
'eases arising from Injuries received on
, ship lying la navigable waters.
' 1- Acceptance of th oompenaaUon
law in th Rohd ease abrogates th
' plaintiffs right of action in admiralty.
Cnitad Pnaa Staff
Caanen. France, Jan. T.Tba allied
sup ram ' council ; today summoned : tha
alngl case of tha Ugnter-than-air craft," J Germans to explain their claim that they
are unable to pay tha war reparation.
Al the suggestion of . XJoyd George,
tha council wired th Berlin government.
invttlnjr it to send representatives to
Paris and Cannes neat week.
An offer to surrender her claim to
German reparations payments for? U22
was mad to the auprema council oy
Great Britain. -
British financial experts advanced the
La Toilette Paces
Fight to Keep Seat;
Opposition Is $usy
Belgium would receive lee than thay
had intended to clainvlnit th generosity
of the Britiah offer mad it moral ef
It waa bettered in conference circles
that that United State would accept th
Invitation to Genoa. Th fact that Gerr
many, Austria. Bulgaria and BJissia
were to M represented, suprem ceuncu
delegates believed, made .it certain the
American government Would oeaara to
narticinate. . ' 'r:jKs:rr . s?
- It was predicted tonlgnt tha. supreme
council would finish its deliberations by
urt THtinid.v Thinra have com Xor-
nrd ramdtr. The delegates have ob
viously takes a leal from, tha Waahing-l
ton arms conference noteoooa; in getcmg
itn e-eneral m-ocosals under way with
rush. Tha French continue pessimistic
over the prospects of successfully ar
ranging the Gorman payments. - They
feel they are certain to lose, no master
what happens. . .- - ; .
He Buys Eing and
Skips With Them
V llwankM. Wli. Jen. 7 m tA
fight to na Robert 14. aWU. " LV
Wlaoonaln'a senior United States sena
tor, waa under way tonight throughout
A committee of 44. composed equally
ot men and women Republican leaders.
announced they will can a meetln'f
within a few weeks of the "aaaa pro
gressive" Republicans to pick a candi
date to run against LaFolletta.
her share, 22 per. cent of this
raparatlona. ' tn favortof France, Italy
and Belgium, if those countries would
arre to cut 'down the total amount
Germany must pay In, 1922.
vavbS jaaLaafJSAJi v
This surprising proposal, understood
to be tha second of Lioyd George's ideas
for th rehabilitation of Europe, caused
amassment at tha conference..
Another development today was an
That celebrated light- that IJea Id
woman's eyas" bad its Irresistible lure
years for Joe J. FUco, who has been living at
the Arlington hotel since work has slack
aned In the logginr canapa. There he
met the winsom Jane Cotton, who was
stonnina' at tha Sam hostelry. Sh waa
so charming that Fisco completely lost
his heart, bought tha diamond ring and
a&kd her to becom his bride.
Everything waa fixed, according to
Th. committee has bean meeting for 1 Fi8CO to
The hottest part of the fight has de
veloped over th contest for women
Jan B. Kerr, ot counsel for th ship- I T0'"-
,ibt that Rohd
t plained Saturday
mm lnirmA whan
t i .ft. W . 1. . 1. 1 W . , .LI.
, launched In th harbor. Th company
that amplored bias worked under th
.workmen' eompensaUoa law and took
a certain ameunt out of Its employes'
wagea to pool tor payment of Injured
Af ur th Injury Rohd hired an at
torney and refused to accept settlement
snder th workmen' cwnpnsatlon law.
declaring that he had the right to eu
h admiralty court, inasmuch aa he was
Injured on ft ahlp tn navlrabl watrra.
H got a verdict for I10.0OO la th dls
. triot court. Th oaa was carried to
th circuit court of appeal and finally
to tha-suprem court
Senator Ervtne L. Lesroot whose elec
tion waa credited to support of tha
women, la reported to be taking active
part In the fight against LaJrouette.
Lenroot. who has alwaya been a dry"
nia up aa in oicvawr oi u naauw ,,. c .,,, -i-v. venl
soviet, was to accept tha allies' Invitation Van Valkenburg Saturday night, v
t th Genoa conference in March and I to his nuying ner new
I meet the leading statesman of Europe in I u acA and a sew nat for 1945. Ttrars-
person. Moya uoorga was reporiea w to vava wn the wedding day
have received aasurancea that Russia l- . . --.i
would agree to th conditions imposed by I and Vancouver was to hav beeea graded
the allies and send : her premier ana I u the weddinr r - -
Tcbitcherin, soviet farelga minister, to I wutaa Flaco confided to Taa VaTken
art4 sa snnnnpla a' ami m ti'fraaa las JLJth economic conference in the spring. wn Mlm rotton did not keep the ap-
garded aa controlling a large soctloa of J I ExprU-today considered the repa?a- poiatment. aathougli ide kJl
the feminine ballots. i uum uotuuu. i- "" v wcu um ine trousseau, aiaov mu
uiat we snuu sua was ; uuuuku
LaFolletta returned to Wisconsin dur
ing th Christmas holidays and organ
ized a campaign to swing the woman
vote from Lenroot This is being done
through efforts of Mrs. LaTollette and
Mrs. John Blaine, wife of the governor
Days in Jail tor
Having Deer Meat
Fifty days in Jail waa the sentence
given each of three Willamette valley
residents who were arrested Thursday
for having deer meat In their possession
out of season. The three men are Joe
George of Salem, John Moult of Mc
M inn villa and Bernard Kuschnick of
Moult mill. From Moult a total ot 92
auarta of canned venison and a quantity
of fresh meat were confiscated. Addi
tional charges of hunting without
licenses war filed against th three
men, but sentences in these eases were
suspended during good behavior.
A report, was also filed at the head
quarters of the state gam commission
soma of Uve -viper of war." Realising "D0""1 arrest oi iienry etaaeca ot
that, publlo opinion In thU. country fa- ". n w naving
voreo. action to take th Teuton ting wu.
xroea war, , th American delegation,
through Root, proposed a baa on U
iuwas prompuy added, witn a patv
efty. providing that any U-boat ,oom-l
aiander guilty of violating th new aub
marin ml shall b treaud aa a pirate.
Than th United State suddenly pro
posed to abolish poison gaa, and in 24
hours It was adopted. -
Jurats, reliable source a it was learned
tonight that the American delegation Is
contemplating still another move to make
tutur wars lee horrible.
-At th meeting at th armament com
mute it may propose certain limita
tions n aerial warfare, which would
prevent repetition of om of th Ocr-
maa lactic employed in th last war.
i Tola may be a
Belaian and French expert announced
their oopoBtuon to a moratorium, xne
latter were prepared to agree to a re
duction in cash payments if reparations
in kind war offered.
worxD SXOCITX X-ESS
Under tha terms of th British pro-
ooeal. it was understood, France and
tnU htm Mias uouosv naa Been
mHciit with a -fellow bigger than
"I'm not sore: I'm not revengeful,"
Ftsee said as ha left the poltea station.
tnit I fad Sawnrisht DUt OUt.
: Ffforta will be made to regain tha
rinr althourn Flaco fears it wOl be I
useless to try to regain his lost love.
FIVE POVeS AGRE
TO BAN POISON GAS
Z ' ' COana d rrei rase One)
flee of Secretary of Stat Hughe and
Arthur J. Balfour, which would leave
only loos and ef th Chinese treaty
and discussion of Siberian questions re
Th adoption of th poison gaa ban
waa th second triumph of th United
Stat within th last few days In It
suddenly developed campaign to abolish
In San Francisco
For Second Trial
San Francisco, Jan. 7. (U. P.)
Koaoo ( Fatty") Arbuckle. looking fit.
fat and cheerful, arrived In San Fran
cisco late Saturday in preparation tor
his second manslaughter trial in con
hectlon with the death of Virginia
Rappe following his now famous "gin
Jollification" at a local, hotel last Labor
on bomb Ins of , . , r
dtle. with th CO0qunt killing of in- tT'J"" mr moiaer, sera, aiane
Arbuckle, as usual, refused to discuss
oeent w9men and children -in other
word, some International declaration
that would make Unpoaaibl long dis
tance raid, such aa war mad on Lon
don aad Pari by th kaiser's air force.
Th aircraft subcommlttM today pre
sented Its report declaring that limita
tion! f aircraft' tn numbers and sis Is
ImpMslhl at thla tlm with th pos-
Hits Street Car to
Avoid Another Auto
A NUMBER of real
values in exchanged
and nearly new Pianos
An opportunity ;to se-:.
cure a good instrument;
at a startling reduction;
and on terms as well.
Broadway at Alder
Bush & Lane Bldg.
XT'l lt, , wm,.r-.v vT Glven th cn0,c f ramming another
albl iotptlon of proniDltlnf th build- utwnob. or a gtrMt car. C . Bade,
lag of hug dirigible. It pointed out
that there la certain to be a rapid de
velopment of capabl aviation, which no
nation could afford to limit, and that
tf would be difficult to prevent th di
versloa of new accomplishments in thi
line to War purposes
Th rabcommUt held that It would
ba well to make rules governlr.g aerial
wsrfare, but that It probably would be
better t leave it t a -later parley than
M bring It np for diecusaion In the now
fast dissolving conference. Thla view,
however, may not prevent th American
delecatlon from asking for a general
declaration of principle against certain
kind ef warfare frecn th air.
'The subooratnltte Is composed of ex
' part, American . experts recommended
against a baa oa polaoa gaa. but atetee
aea put It into effecv
la It report th subconunltt mad
Ue mala recommendations:
: L Limitation of commercial aircraft
would b disastrous to world pro cress
and I la next to impossible to prevent
asm eon version ot auch craft into war
1 Limitation on auch sraft. to make
taana Us available for war, would also
detract from their value in commeroe,
- a. Curtailment f civil airplanes, such
. as mail earners, 1 lm practicabl.
4, LrmlUtloa of atx of lighter-than-alr
vessels is aufflclent to affect aa
affecUva curtailment of their powers ot
offense, bat each limitation also "ahuta
th door- aa th possibility of their de-
. OECHZSTEA -
w m - i . v. ....--.
ilPentt VA rtlltAF limit ' IV '
UA&.1 IU UAAUC laUU HI
eu::leh's uodeei school"
t ICut Fourteenth street north, steered
his own machine straight into the trolley
car. The automobile and street car met
head-on at East Seventh street aad
Broadway, Saturday night, Bade, his
no skinned, chin cut and leg wrenched,
was taken by ambulance to the Elks
club.i where his hurts were treated.
OUT OF SIGHT"
k. Tw bwrtoa
Keore tea rtooa
trumr llta et mws
swaaUfal bsllieaai astd eaahaaelr let -'n
, CSess ileM, TiHsi nsf. ..
Tb M sMtrwttB toe the but atae?. s
sa naA w.r.
miVATg tlUOM BAU.T. SPWY. SMO.
jr,i X34 0I .i MB H I
I Vir 1 M w 111 lJ III t
. . . T n n hill In
j W. C CTLBEETSOy Proprtefar I kaaaa a
I Lowered fides I
That's what swry keate-fmralsaer baa wtabad far. Km
tkey are aad KEiCLiK STOCK. TOO. St leeii
specially aaaght It Sjeetsi aal . hlerefcaadh af
aaauty aad character Is
taa kind Edwards to tlertag
Januarys- rdf). :
I I '
rr MAT BE WELL TO REMIND TOO that, regard
ot th reduced prices, Easy Terms. No Interest, ap
plies to each and ovary purchase th same . as though
you natd full and regular rrloea. If voar new
not ready. MAKB SELECTIONS NOW. as Edwards does
not charge storage, even though future delivery la wanted.
(Contract goods are not on sale) but there art bargains
for every room in your noma.
Save From 10 to 50
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tl ai ii rv n - ii Ti i j iiNi
ill it mi f M ii Lii I ra -i i i I ill i t
V I Ii I I II. r -
KSyr.'sW an a T Jfe
fi last ' ' , i Tbn JaV
SS,. SI J I 0
Regular $33 0
Bed, Spring and Mattress
$1 Cash$1 Week No Interest
To a furniture store these goods are Ilka bread, milk and sugar to the grocer at that
13dwards has reduced them about S3 par oent, beside making terms that are without a
ujdpubt,wltuin teach of .ail.-., . - -
ixAittiUmt is a 45-pound fKM cotton with rolled edges on both sides, heavy steel link,
helical and steel slat band, H supported spring and a Simmons continuous-post one-in oh
tube steel bed in ivory, whit or V. M. (gold color) finish
S ' ii 1 1 1 lj
Library Tables and
Values to US DO
And Real Beauties, Tool
Le-rery aaahogany top, wtth Quera Aane
and other period basea. You may have waited
long aad diligently for t sal ilk thla Now,
don't let It si id by. At least look 'am aver.
With Implicit eoaflOne Kdwarda doubt
whether you've an table anrtains near tn
Qual of thee at Uaa Lhad th origiaal (not
Ssistei Pricei From Original Low Marki a Qmallty
Tables and Chairs
$138 Walnut or Mahogany Top Table and acts ot Six
Chairs, finely finished to match, with blue or brown gen
uine leather slip seats. Tables have 64-lnch dlam- J I I C
ater top that extend tn six feet January price I l
WILLIAM AND MARY
mahogany finished 4-inch top six-foot Extension
Tables and seta Af SIX Chairs (including Carve re), with
Drown genuine leatner aiip seats, umy tnree oi toe
sets, so you had better sea them without delay, as. (
the pries now la only
SSi.50 quarter-sawed 4S-mch Plank-Rim Stx-Foot Ped
estal Table with set af Blx Substantially Built Solid Oak
Chairs, fitted wtth genuine leather slip seata. Styles come
and styles go, but it seems that Colonials will be good
forever. At that, the price is reduced lor Jan- 9CQ
nary to www
The Seward Hotel Grill
has again reduced the
prices of its meals.
And we repeal if you know
a place where you can. get
better things to eat, better
cooked, or more for your
money than at the Seward
Hotel, The House of
Xheer," well eat there.
W. C CTLBEETS03T, Proprietor
QThat is the. sad story of the man -who would
1 not heed the story oi eyestrain until he was
completely' dependent upon glasses to see
with, and then broke the only pair he could
be induced to buy.
43 Conserve your natural vision by wearing
glasses as soon as they are indicated by the
condition of your eyes. When you get im
proved vision buy good glasses and have an
extra pair in case of emergency. There is no
better investment for your money than for eye
comfort and good vision. We can give you
both at a reasonable cost. '
SAVE YOUR EYES
r Eyesight SpccialistM
tOur own complete lens-grinding plant on
Thompson Optical Institute
' : PartlaiiM largest, Seat sTodera, Beat EtaJppad ?
KxelaaiY Optical EstablUameat. - , "
209-10-11 Corhett Bldgn Fifth and
CHAB. A, RUSCO. PRES. AND URN.
1U A3TD lltt EXQUISITE TELOUE AXB TAPES TET
Pull web base and back construction, Wtth dubt-trwngth rprtfig-fTtmt odga
and spring-ailed loose cushions. Be Ot front window today.
This is not merely a sale on "mada-ar" davenports, ire a sal to BAVST TOO
BOMB MONET. There are only four of these davenport la tha bouse -mad
up," but there are eleven different covers to cnooe from.
-Select the one you like best and it will be mad up to order web base and
back, as well as spring construction. Guaranteed to ba lias sample In th stars,
gar a it
Thee, too. at prices ywuTl Uka.
Here' only a partial list of what awaits
$60.00 John Crossley English Wilton. Xxlt feet
140.00 Biselew Bagdad, axis feet
$87.60 Verdun Cheaill. Ixia (three color)...
485.00 Jacquard Persian. 1x13 (one only)
4I7.S0 Unea Fringe Wilton Velvets. 1x12 ,
447.50 Beamless wool Velvets, 9x11..:
3g.fr0 Axminsters, txll (three good patterns).
. I2S.04 Seamless Brussels, sise 0x11
425.00 Seamless Brussels, sis axis. .
tlS.76 Jaapay Fiber Bugs, sis xlS
yoa sa o
TA3T. BLTJE, HOSE A1TB TTWK SAO B.T7GS
(Recrular Price 12.26. $I.&0. U, HM.)
January Prices ...... 9 S1.75, 1.H g2.a0
nrGEAtw OE WOVBSr AST BUGS OtOOX SIXES)
( Regular Price M.0. 94.06. $&.va. fa.as.)
January Prices... ....(X75 Sa.9S. 5.85
AH Skort Lesctk fCadar Tea Tarda)' af Both
Inlaid and Prini Linoleum
. 2S-Ft. 3-4-Inch
Gas Water Heater
II CASH. Ii' Wltl,
E nipped wtth owe - pte . ramovabt
buraer Inside af alt-oat )a panne aad
baked )ackc Wetgnt pousoa, baigbt
tl Inches aad ctrcurofaranc of Jackat U
Doat delay, cat your water taaatar at
mbA th special prto and spedal term.
ea7Vl TouTl not Sat asy discount by saving ap
Baj " to pay all cash, so ahy not hav th aa
or tt. lnstaiiauoa wui a mas tn rota
tion af order first com, first erved aad
there twoty-Ov in stock. Think tt ever.
Essy Terms J tto Inttrt.
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