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TTTE SUNDAY OltEGOXIAN, rOItTXAXD, JTJXE 27, 1920
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j EMINECT JURISTS THESE
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C fERM.SEXT COURT OF IXTER-
'i KATIOXAI JUSTICE IX SESSIOX.
World's Mosrt. Contpetea Authori
ties on Legislation Cntr.
( take Hnge Task.
THE HAGUE. Juno 26. The 12
distinguished International jurists,
among them Elihu Root, of the United
States, invited by the executive coun
cil of the league of nations to plan
the organization of the now perma
nent court of international Justice,
constitute an impressing array of the
world's most competent authorities
on questions of international legisla
tion. Those who accepted the invi
tation to undertake the task were:
Baron Descaraps, Belgian minister
of state, professor of international
law at LouvaJn university, member
of the permanent court of arbitration
of. The Hague and secretary-general,
formerly president, of the Institute of
International Law and writer on in
M. Drago, formerly foreign minis
ter of the Argentine Republic. While
holding that office he Bent to the Ar
gentine minister In Washington in
structions known as the Orago doc
trine (1902). He was formerly Judge
in Argentina; one of, the arbitrators
nominated . by agreement between
Great Britain and the United States
in the North Atlantic fisheries arbi
tration, The Hague (1910); one of the
Argentine delegates to the second
. peace conference at The Hague and
member of the permannt court of ar
bitration of The Hague.
Professor Fadda, professor of Ro
man law at Naples university.
M. Fromageot, legal adviser to the
French foreign minister; member of
the permanent court of arbitration of
The Hague and delegate to the second
Hague peace conference.
M. Gram, formerly a Judge on the
mixed tribunals in Egypt; former
- member of the supreme court of Nor
way; minister of state at Stockholm
before the severance of the union be
tween Norway and Sweden; member
of the permannt court of arbitration
at The Hague and member of the In-
- stitute of International Law.
Dr. Loder, member of the Cour de
Cassation of The Netherlands.
Lord Phillimore, English privy
councillor; a lord Justice of appeal
' 1913-1918); president of the Interna
tional Law association (1905-1908);
author of publications on ecclesiasti
cal and international law and "Three
(Centuries of Treaties of Peace and
Their Teaching" (1917); president of
committee of inquiry appointed by the
British government on the subject of
the league of nations.
Elihn Root, former secretary of
state. United States; president of the
American Society of International
Law;. member of the permanent court
of arbitration of The Hague: senior
ncs1 tnw lh United States in the
North Atlantic fisheries arbitration at j
The Hague (1910): memoer oi
Alaskan bountry tribunal and head
of special United States mission to
Satsuo Akidluki. formerly Japanese
ambassador to Vienna and one of the
legal advisers of Japanese peace del
egation in Paris.
Rafael Altamira. professor of law
in Madrid university; senator.
Clovis Bevilacqua, professor of law
and legal adviser to the minister of
foreign affairs, Brazil.
Dr. George F. Hagernp, formerly
premier of Norway and Norwegian
minister to Denmark and Stockholm;
member of the second Hague confer
ence, where he supported the attitude
of the United States on the inviolabil
ity of private property at sea.
EQUAL RIGHTS DEMANDED
Teachers Declare Women Should
Be Recognized "With Men.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., June
26 (Special.) That recognition with
boys and men should be given girls
and women through support In fur
nishing equipment and "teachers for
training in tradtes and industries was
the unanimous opinion of the Na
tional American association members
assembled in convention at Colorado
Springs. It was declared this would
enable women up to the age of 2
years, which is conceded to be the
usual age for marriage, and the child
less or middle-aged women, to ren
der the highest type of productive
An address on the building of
future citizens through correction of
the diets of what was said to be 33
per cent of skinny children in the
United States caused unusual Interest
among delegates. This address was
given by Dr. Caroline Hedger, who
was four years director of the infant
welfare commission of the board of
health of Chicago and during the war
was six months in conquered regions
of Belgium, where she made a survey
of the feeding of children in Antwerp.
Muster Ceremony July 6.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. June 2
(Special.) Centralta's new national
guard tank company will be mustered
in on July 6. according to word re
ceived from the adjutant-general's of
fice yesterday by Captain David Liv
ingstone. Major Patton will be the I
mustering officer. The new company
will be mustered in with a member
ship of about 100.
For Your Home
with seven double-faced 10-inch
of your own choice.
lOO Losd-Tone Needles. '
10o Medium-Tone Needles. .
One Jewel Point,
One Record Album. . .
Bottle of Tone-Clear.
Oil Can Mid OU for .
SIR CASH 2 WEEK.
WAXED OAK. PUMED OAK OR
WHICH WILL YOB HA VET
A Brunswick you're going to
have there's no doubt about
that, because limitations have
NEW NO. 110
Is the model Illustrated below with eight double-faced 10
inch records (sixteen selections) of your own choice.
1M Median-Tone Needle.
lOO Loud-Tone Needles.
One Jewel Point.
One Rocor Album.
Bottle of Tone-Clear.
On Cm and Oil.
All Yours for Only
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15 CASH 3 WEEK NO
WAXED OAK. FTJMED OAK
WHICH WILL YOU
Hear your favorite record
on the Brunswick through the
new Oval Horn.
The all-wood Oval Horn, tapering Into a perfectly round
throat, was added, that fuller, and better "Round Tones" would
be produced. -
AGood PlaceTo Tradl
Terms - No Interest
THE AFTER-SMART OF SHAVING
IS ALLAYED BY S ANTISEPTIC
MANY men who would like to shave
themselves.dread the after-smart
caused by using the razor daily on
a tender skin. To all such we recom
ment Santiseptic Lotion; it not only
allays the smarting and soreness, but
' it acts as well as an antiseptic, pro
tecting the .face from infection. The
cense of security from infection that
'you enjoy from the use of Santiseptic
is especially reassuring. Santiseptic.
o uciiKii.iunjr vooung ana. re
freshing; it leaves the skin with soft,
veivetv finish which bcsnnuVa h
healthy, well-groomed man. There is
no shave "too close" when Santlsentic
is used. The odor of Santiseptic is
wnoiesome ana cleanly. Unlike many
nflnij rQ I i fiyi u If. a ..: 1... n '
use it in your dally shave is to en
1ov a real luxurv.
Santiseptic Is easily procured at
most drugstores and toilet goods
counters ana costs DUl 00 cents. Aav
AGood PlactTo Trade. "
I Ai'g-1L. "Easy Terms - No frteres?
This Week Demonstration and Sale of
Homer "Pipeless-Ventilator" Furnaces!.
Typical Edwards Values Awaiting Your
Easy Terms no interest, arranged to fit your individual reaulro
ment select one single piece or a houseful.
Solid Oak Arm Rocker, quarter-sawed three-ply reneer I 9 Cfl
epera seat, golden wax finish. Bargain at MUnJU
Golden Waxed Oak Library Table, with 24x38-lneh quar- JOE Cfl
ter-sawed top, book racks at each end. at only lnJU
Beautiful baronial brown finish Wicker Arm Rocker, MC Qfl
cretonne covered loose cushions. Yours for MUiOU
William and Mary Library Table, quartered oak. Jacobean 90Q C(l
finish. 28x42-inch top, priced now at . .Wnii
Three-piece Golden Oak Parlor Suite Settee, Arm Chair CO Eft
and Arm Rocker, upholstered with leatherette; 3 pieces. ... vOAiuU
Frosted Brown Reed Arm Chair, cretonne upholstered OC Cfl
seat and back, awaiting you at vu'
Very nifty Baronial Brown Wicker Chain Lounge, tCC flfl
spring seat and 48-inch loose cushion. Think of it. only.. fwJiUU
Old Ivory Finish Reed Arm Rocker. Japanese cretonne OJ "7 C
loose cushion seat and back, a little beauty, at....... v,rlJ
Rolled Arm Baronial Brown Wicker Arm Chair andOI Cfl
.Arm Rocker, tapestry upholstered, each at. ............... vU
Fumed Oak Reclining-Back Easy Chair, upholstered 0C Eff .
with dark brown heavy leatherette, and only ....VUjiOU
Genuine Leather Overstuffed Rocker, fireside wing back 9fil lift
and heavy rolled arms. Big value at ; "
Tapestry Overstuffed Rocker, fireside wing back. A CO ,
beauty and a dandy good buy............... tMI
Solid Mahogany Den Rocker, with extra heavy genuine Q7C flfl
leather auto seat and loose cushion back vl tliUU
Mahogany finished turned-back Arm Rocker, tapestry "07 Cff
covered spring seat. This one only.....'. ...liuU
Solid Mahogany Cane Wing-Back Arm Chair and Arm tlQ Cfl
Rocker, velour covered loose cushions, each OvUiwU
Tapestry Overstuffed Davenport, pad arms, spring back tQQ 7R
and three loose cushions. See this one at. ................ rwOi I J
$50 Cask $5 Week No Interest
Hot Water Coils
Dining Room: -
Solid -Oak Golden Wax Dining Table, with 45-inch, top tOR 7K
that opens to six feet PA0ilU
Solid Oak Chairs with saddle seat and three-slat backs, C Cfl
finished to match table above, each : V wiJU
Quarter-Sawed Golden Oak, 45-inch plank top table that JOB TC
opens to six feet. A remarkable value at. uwi I O
Solid Oak Full Box-Seat Chairs to match this table, at J 7 75
' Solid Oak Burfet, colonial front, quartered top and long ?QQ CO
plate mirror, now only 9J3iOU
Very Beautiful Qoartered Oak Plank-Top Table,- with J70 flft
heavy octagon shaped base, 8-foot extension.... ...vlwiUU
48-inch Quarter-Sawed Plank-Top Table, six-foot exten- C I flfl
slon. All solid oak base J I iUU
Splendid Chairs to match either of the above tables, Q 4C
genuine leather slip seats; each. 3iJ
Very attractive Five-Leg William and Mary Jacobean 7 M Cfl
Finish Dining Table, 64-inch top, six-foot extension. ...... Vl riU
64-ineii'American Walnut Queen Ann Dining Table that f QQ Cfl
opens to.eix feet v3u3U
Beautiful set of six American Walnut Queen Ann Chairs 9117 Cfl
to match table (carver included)..... ....i.v' I I JU
54-inch American Walnut Queen Ann Buffet to match f I HQ Cn ,
both table and chairs, at vlUwiJU,
Five-Leg William and Mary American Walnut, 64-inch 00 Cfl
Table that extends to eight feet OOOiUU
Set of six William and Mary American Walnut Chairs (109 CfT
to match, with leather slip seats (carver included) lti3U
Mahogany Gate-Leg Table, 48-inch diameter (opened), (07 Cfl
12x48-inch (closed). Real beauty and good value at wOlatJU
. - . . . Perfect in Construction
Perfect in Accomplishment
No Heat in the Basement
: . No Smoke, Soot or Ashes Upstairs
One Register, the "Homer Thermo 'Seal Inner Lining and the TwO'Funnel Ra'dialor:
Be Protected Order This Week, Installed Whenever You Say July, August or September
There's nothing complicated, nothing mysterious, about
"Homer" Pipeless Ventilator Furnaces.
Installed in any home where there is a basement no
tearing up, no dust or dirt, no inconvenience, no delay.
Saves fuel, saves labor, saves expense.
,t Heats quickly, heats evenly, heats purely.
Your Money Refunded After 60 Days' Use if This
1 Homer Pipeless-Ventilator Furnace Does Not Measure
Up in Full to Every Statement Made Edwards
Note the Therm o-Seal Inner Lining Heavy Galvanized Iron with asbestos Insulator. Without
it there would be no circulation of warm air. It keeps the return air cool until it reaches the
base of the furnace. It sends all the heat to the rooms above. The Therm o-Seal is a distinct
The large Homer clean-out is conveniently placed to makeeccasional cleaning very easy. Feed
door is extra large to allow the use of large pieces of wood or coaL
Water pan with proper capacities is correctly located to moisten the warm air before it leave"
the Homer. The ash-pit door is dust-tight and is the right size to permit easy removal of ashes.
Outer and Inner casings of the Homer are adjustable to any depth basement of six feet or
more. They make airtight connections between the furnace and the register. Made of heavy
Radiator' all cast,"constructed in two pieces, "horseshoe" type, flues oversize, Insuring tree
circulation; smoke passes completely around the radiator, which gives maximum extraction of
heat before same passes to chimney.
Extra heavy reinforced firepot with ribbing both on inside as well as outside. Made of pure
Strokel iron and guaranteed to last five years.
Note the large air spaces which insure the proper ratio of warm and return air passing through
the Homer. They are designed to allow all the air to pass through the furnace about every 25
minutes, giving a steady flow of warm, air.
"Loveliness," in All Her Glory !
Old Ivory Hand Decorated
Charmingly distinctive Iustered Old Ivory" Suite, kand-do-erated
with a delicate spray of moss roses and green foliage. This
Is an exclusive Edwards design. On display in the front window
today. Five pieces as illustrated.
1 CIP M "v i
Portland. December 20, 1919.
Edwards Company, City,
Since installing your Homer Pipeless Furnace (which replaced an
American Ideal Radiator System), we have realized about &0 per cent
saving in fuel over the steam system. In fact, we have sold a portion
of our fuel supply for this reason.
'We also find that an even temperature is maintained throughout
the office and considerably less work is required to fire the furnace.
The cold spell Just passed gave us a splendid opportunity to test
out the merits of your furnace, and we do not hesitate to recommend
the same fully.
BAGGAGE A OMNTBUS TRANSFER CO..
" (Signed) By E. O. Pond, Secretary-Treasurer.
Homer Pipeless Furnaces
Near These Locations
Any of Them Your Neighbors?
Portland. Oregon. Nov. S, 1JU.
Edwards Company. City,
"We have had the Homer Pipeless Furnace In our home SO days
and it has proven entirely satisfactory.
Two shovelfuls of coal in the morning keep the whole house, in
cluding the inclosed sleeping porch at the rear, warm and oomfort
able all day, even on the coldest days we have had so far, and it saves
us about one-half on fueU-
W have reason to congratulate ourselves on Installing a Homer.
(Signed) RUTH SANDERSON.
1453 Wisteria Ave.
Portland. Oregon, Oct. 27, 191.
Edwards Company. City,
The Homer Pipeless Furnace that yon have installed In our home
is very- satisfactory, both as heater and fuel saver, and we could
recommend the Homer Furnace to any one who is contemplating
getting a pipeless furnace.
(Signed) MR. AND MRS. FRANK GUjLESPTE.
597 E. 65th St. N.
Holgate ave., near 42d.
Park Rose. bet. Shaver and
E. Elst St. N. ana Sandy blvd.
Wilbur st, near Killings
worth. E. 65th N., near Alameda.
Front St., near Ankeny.
Wisteria St.. and E. 54th N.
Killingsworth ave, E. 26th N.
West Park St. and Davis.
. E. Flanders St, E. 67th N.
E. 61st st. N, near Alameda.
Haight ave, near Holman ave.
E. Sth st. N, near Knott.
E. 8th N, near Knott.
E. 29th N, near Alberta.
Shaver st, near Minnesota ave.
Near Multnomah station.
E. 52d N, near Gllsan.
Glenn ave. N, near Ains
worth. Detroit, near Ainsworth.
Near Ardenwald station.
Mallory ave, near Alberta.
Hancock st, near Union.
E. iSth sL, near Franklin.
Jefferson st, cor. 10th.
E. 12th N, near Killings
worth. Hall st, near Broadway.
Shaver st, near Minnesota.
Thurman st, near 27th N.
E. 55th N, near Alameda.
E. 65th N, near Alameda.
E. SSth N, near Alameda.
Lancaster st, near Bryant.
E. 10th S, near Beacon.
E. SSth ave, near 44th S. E.
Alameda Drive, near E. 65th
E. 64th N, near Failing.
Vernon ave. N, near Alberta.
N. 16th st, near Washington.
E. 10th st, near Beacon.
RUGS! RUGS! RUGS! RUGS!
ALL KINDS OF RTJGS AT EDWARDS. Ton are not limited if
this Rug Store Is visited. - The 90-foot wall rack, with two
rugs to every foot, sways back and forth with a variety almost
From those exquisite Karnak Wiltons to South Sea Wool and
Fibers you may select, pay a little down and have the difference
arranged. Edwards particularly wishes you to see these two lines.
$39.50 to $49.50
$5250 to $89.50
Sale er No Sale, '
Are for Tom.
Select One Sin
sjle Piece or a
Quality, Service and Comfort Mattresses
$25 and $31
$5 Cash--$1 Week-No Interest
- 50 pounds of felted cotton built up In layers (like so many comfort
ers) inside of flower-strewn art ticks, with heavy rolled edges and
reinforced boxing of long-fiber cotton.
Sleepwell Mattresses are absolutely guaranteed not to lump or shift.
Made in compliance with Oregon's bedding law. Try one for 60 nights;
it it's not as stated, return at Edwards expense.
EDWARDS' MEW WINNER.
INCM'DINO' WOT - WATER
15 Cash, fx Week. No Interest.
Not identical but quite simt
iar to the Illustration is this
New Winner Steel Range that
is equipped with:
Large New Westefnflrebox.
Asbestos-eovered oven that's
Six-lid polished top (no
Duplex grates for wood and
Plain nickel trimmings.
Polished steel body and pol
ished steel warming closet.
1 v 1 ;
WILL KEEP EATABLES FRESH AND
45-ponnd ice capacity size
75-pound ice capacity size 33.50
100-poirnd ice capacity size C3H.50
Terms $1 Weekly, No Interest.
Outside cases made of hardwood, fin
ished golden oak, insulated with air space
and fined with three-ply pack, making all
Joints firm and tight.
lee chambers are of galvanized iron and
food compartments are all white enamel
lined, equipped with lever tight fasten
ers on the doors finished with water
proof coach varnish.
AGood PlaceTo Trade
j M. I ' Easy Terms - No Interest (c