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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL,. PORTLAND, SUNDAY. MORNING, JUNE MO, 1917. '
' INSTALLMENT PLANS
Wage Earners and . Salaried
V.' Persons May Give Their
MANY INQUIRIES ARE MADE
tattsi of troUE of Orgaaixation
War m Peace Is Outlined
ALL READY FOR ROSE FIESTA
go that patriotic
Portland c 1 1 1 na
may give liberally
to tha Red Croas.
and yet not feel
tha pinch of the
tae'a slogan, "Give
Till It Hurts," an
eaay payment plait
of pledged con
tribution has been "adopted for the
big $200,000 drive that la to be made
National Red Croaa week. June 18-25.
- .Aa a matter of fact, the manage
ment of the bit local drive ia not par
ticularly concerned as to whether there
be gifts in actual cash at the start of
the campaign or throughout its course.
The essential thing la to have in hand
thousands of pledges based on install
ment payments that will continue to
produce steady Income month by
Bionth during the course of the year
iver which the funds are to be used
sr .military and civilian relief actl vi
es. . Partial Payments provided
5 General Chairman W. B. Ayer and
the compete n executive committee are
glow working out details of this plan.
They will arrange on a scale within
Che comfortable means of all. A
Straight payroll basis will be one of
Die arrangements, so that employee
(nay pledge monthly contributions to
Che Red Cross through their employ
Big firm, having the monthly donation
deducted from their pay check at the
and of each month.
Inquiries aa to this installment oav-
jnent plan have been very numerous
t Red Cross headquarters, and many
:. persons have offered to give more lib
: frally if they could be permitted to
fiake their contirbution run over a
jerlod of months, Instead of being
Jailed upon for a lump um.
2 Committee Issues Statement
r "It 1 our firmly fixed idee, to have
' contributors practically decide on
weir own terms Of payment," said El
got R Corbett. campaign treasurer.
' Sl'he relief activities of the Red Cross
aovement will be extended over many
. months, perhaps running into years.
And tha essential thing for us to know
that we will have a steady income
r pouring in to meet the nei. m
rise. There Is no desire to pile up a
huge fund In advance. For thi r.nn
we want to urge on every person who
wanta to give to the Red Cross to
- figure out carefully how mi.rv, k
. five on the basis of making r.mi.r
payments between now and tho close
. of the year."
To answer tha many other innuit-ia.
a to what the Red Cross is, what
It does, and other details, the follow-
atatement hag been given out by
, the campaign commute -
Tli?.Am'r,cn Rd Cros the hu
Sovn.1rm1St.arm 01 the UnIted Stat
m5mAar"-,ar citixens and resl
. dents of the United States and its
E???2"&1and.c,tJsns of tn United
ti".fBldlPlf ln foreign countries,
in time of peace it gives relief to
fuffarers from earthquake, fire fam
ines, pestilence and other disasters
n time of war It cares for the sick
; ana wounded soldiers of our army and
Chartered by Cbngreca
'J-14 ,0I th wives, families and
dependants of the soldiers and sailors
Who aie called to the front.
collects and distributes money
. and supplies for these relief purposes.
t la chartered by congress. Its ac
''E?u?u ar au,lted by the United
States war department. It is perma
nently endowed, and its maintenance
expenses are paid from the Income
from this endowment, so that no de-
auctions are made from funds con
- tributed for the purpose of overhead
expenses. A provision of Its charter
Permits not more than five cents on
he dollar to be deducted, if necessary,
in emergency. Thus at all times. 9
cents out of every dollar contributed
goes directly to the admlniaterinsr of
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CAMPA GN COMMITTE
Above, left to i-ight Mac Lewis, king (Boshnell photo) ; Nln Kltta,
queen (Da vies photo).
Below Statue of Liberty and little Miss Harrahan (Peaslers photo),
who will unveil it.
SENDS OUT BULLETIN
Community Organizations Are
Urged to Explain Purposes
to Which Funds Will Go.
MINISTERS ASKED TO AID
Sutewrlpttoag May Be ICade hy Partial
raymaata TTp to October X, It
more clear than ever that a irnil- of Portland's efforts to entertain Its
tipucity or reiier agencies tends to i visitors. It will include autoa and
Z?y aUw rfll"" P" to
fords temDtation... to dishonest dct- be a rlly fine event
sons to take advantage of the general
- The president of the United States
la the president of the Red Cross, and
President Wilson recently said:
, tA laJ,r?' weU organised and ef
flcient Red Cross is essential. It is
both, a patriotic and humane service
that ia rendered by every citixen who
becomes a member of the American
On April 6, four days after the en
try or this country Into the world
jrar, President Wilwon called a meet
ing of the Washington chapter of the
American Red Cross, an a result of
'Which the National Red Cross War
council was appointed, and at which
Secretary Baker read the following
atatement issued by the president:
t- "In order that the relief work which
! undoubtedly ahead of us should be
wade thoroughly efficient, it Is moat
desirable that it should be coordinated
ind concentrated under one organisa
tion. Xeooffulsed by World Powers
"Waving been made the official vol
unteer aid organisation of the United
Plateau, the American Rrf rvn..
tinder the protection of the treaty of
tieneva, and has received due reoog-
iiiwvii nwi i loreign governments,
Its status, both at hom inH h.
is thus definitely determined and assured.
"The surgeons general of tho war
ana navy aepartments are members
f tho executive committee of the
American Rod Cross. Bv bp nf rn.
gresa medical officers of both branches
of tha aervioo are detailed for service
7rth it laf order that its military re-,-Hr
may be so organised aa best to
cupplement the medical services of
trur ngnung lorces.
civilian - reuer is unaer a
trained and experienced personnel, es-
pwiiay hum xo care tor soldiers'
families and other nAnwmhituita
The aCCOUnta Of tha &a(Ml.Hnn n
audited by the war department ln or
der wiorouguiy to saxeguara the funds
contnDuiea oy tne pubno.
"Recent experlenoe has mada it
willingness of the public to subscribe
to such agencies to defraud subscrlb-
rM and rob the -soldier of the assist
ance he so much needs.
"Wherever in the present war suf
ficient volunteer aid haa been ren
dered, either to soldiers or to non
combatants. It' has been rendered un
der a well organized central body.
Experience is certainly the most con
vincing teacher and we should learn
by these European examples how to
conduct our own Tellef work with
tho most thorough efficiency and sys
tem. With its catholicity and its
democracy the Red Cross is broad
enough to embrace all efforts for the
relief of our soldiers and our sailors,
the care of their families, and for
tne assistance or any other non-combatants
who may require aid.
"As the president of the American
Red Croas, our branch of tho great
international organization. I most
earnestly commend it to your confi
dence and your support. Upon your
aid, upon the amounts and promptness
or your girts ana cooperation, must
depend the fulfillment of the duties
that are Imposed upon it. It serves
so noble and beneficent a purpose that
it must appeal to all who love their
country and all who love humanity."
FROLIC, FOR TIS
(Cootinoed Prom Page One.)
for scattered through the program of
singing and band music are numbers
of patriotic airs. Hartridge Whipp la
to lead the audience ln the singing.
Statue Will Be Travelled !
This concert will be the setting for
the crowning event of the day, the
unveiling of " the Goddess of Liberty
statue ln the festival center.
President Wilson, 3000 miles awav
ln Washington, will press the button
which over the telegraph wires will
liberate the shrouds which now enfold
the striking imitation of New York
harbor's famous monument.
Thursday will be patriotic day.
Booming of the Battery A field
pieces will Inaugurate the day again.
During the morning, sessions of tha
honor guard will be held at the Mult
nomah hotel, while a luncheon will
be tendered them at the same hostelry.
In the afternoon the big patriotic
parade, to be participated ln by thou
sands of marcners and many fine
floats, will be held. The evening wilt
find the patriotic ball at the Oaks
rink the feature attraction. Invita
tion la neoesaary for admission ticket
being cared for by various organiza
tions of the city.
Xloral rand Prlday
Friday's features are the . floral
parade and the open air concert ln
t . Tha parade will be the culmination
PPISON OAK OR IVY NO
LONGER TO BE DREADED
ANTONE who havver experienced
th tortare of poiaon oak or Ivy
will grateful forth Information
that thia extremely irritating anno
tne,lt no longer to be feared. Tha
pain, itchlne,-fever and irritation dis
appear almost Ilka magio with a few
applications of Bantiseptio Lotion, and
the eruption and redness of the skin
soon follows.' Timaly uso of Bantlsep
. tic will eveapreventtheipolsoning ln
ing, fever and cold sores and Insect
ones. a. remarkable soothing aud
healing lotion. . Men use It after shav
ing and women for tha complexion and
for the baby's skin. -v
Santiseptic is easily procured at most
drug stores, a good aimed bottle coBtlnv
but 50c If your druggist cannot sup
ply .w, iweniy-xive cents in stamps or
ooin sent to the manufacturers, the
Eabencott Laboratories, Portland. Ore
many cases.- Santiseptic heals, other! gon. will securL nostsald. a iar -in.
eatn irritwv, ucu a auuuum, vaai-i troauctory DOttle. - : :.
The concert ln the evening Is to bo
led by Professor W. H. Boyer and
will be held In the South Park blocks.
At the various clubs of the city the
training of the musicians has been
going on for several weeks and they
will render a number of patriotic and
familiar airs, a massed band of 80
pieces accompanying them.
Ball Will End r estiva!
The Royal Rosarlan ball at Cotillion
hall will end th festival.
While the festival is on, Irvlngton
club will be staging the Portland
center Junior tennis championships.
The winners of the events are to be
pitted against the best Seattle. Ta
coma, Spokane and Lewiston has to
offer, and the best players will be
sent east to the national champion
ships later in the year. Over 100
players are expected to be entered.
The complete program of the fes
Wednesday, June 13
At Festival Center, 7 a. m. Sunrise
fun, raising of flag, national salute
y Oregon field artillery detachment,
"nicry a, marmng iormai opening or
the Eleventh annual Rcsc Festival;
Oregon field artillery detachment, bat
tery A, on duty at festival center.
9:iO a. m. Queen Nina and party
leave royal auite at Portland hotel to
join children's parade on east side
Fast Side, 10 a. m. Children's na-
rade presenting thousands of boys and
gins irom tne Portland public schools
in drills and marches.
10 a. m. Portland Gun club grounds
Rose festival shoot.
The parade will start at East
Twelfth street and Madison; going
west on Madison to Grand, north on
trana to Hoiladay, east on Holladay
io iweirtn ana tnere dlsbana.
Dr. Alan Welch Smith, chairman:
superintendent L. R. Alderman mnJ
marshal; R, H. Thomas, director of
formation; Frank B. Smith, leader of
o 9r?e,U of formation Chairman
Smith. Grand Marshal Alderman, pony
carts and Uncle Sam. flag group, R. H.
j. iiuuiaB. irauri .
ah grammar school units face south
Jiarcii sou in to Ai&aison tnd turn
West on Madison ntrMt
tiign scnool units face north March
north to Madison and turn west on
Leader1 Robert Krohn.
1. J.ibrtiv frla Tr.nof
f"u layior, nocanans, Vincent
ins). Falling (Sogal), Holman (Pott
i. ouniiysiue (OWinnoV). Hswthnm.
(Monroe). Stephens (Oillis). Buckman
imuwnuvn;, noiiaaay tunieni; com
pany C. Kliot fWYIsrhtl. r.ntr.1 VluiK-
ol), Portsmouth (Anuneon). Peninsula
Leaders Loon Fabre. Miller, Strong.
2. Rosarlan Band Humn fior
East Klevonth, Taylor to Yamhill; Ro-
iveauers uicason, Morgan and Staf
ford. 3. Police band. Rod Cross girls, East
Ninth. Madison to Taylor; Ros&rlana
-Bortxmeyer, Arnett Mac Lean: com
pany A Woodmere (Ewlng). Lents
tHunt). Arleta (Clouae). Woodstock
(Owens); .company B Rose -City
(Morlarity), C re ton (Hardy), Sell
wood (Gansmliler),. Mootarilla (Mrs.
MeCord); company C Woodlawn
(Young), Vertion" (Bennett). Thomp
son (Eade), Kerns (Bolin).
Leador Mlsa Lena -Craddock.
4. Campbell's band. Garland girls.
East Eighth Madiaon to Main; Roai
' Leader Miss Vivian Mlkla. '
- 6. Fireman's' band. Rose boys and
anns; naxt Jiagntn.- Mam to Salmon;
Leader L. A, Wllar.
. Flag boys. East Eighth. Salmon
to x ay tor; itosanans, Aidrich, Sand'
vail. . -
Leader Miss Georgia Wey, Jeffer
son hi Kh. ,-. -
-7. McElroy's band, rainbow, "girls.
East 8eventhV Madison to Main; Rosa-
riansk dwimi jaeger. -
-Leader IX T VanTlna. ' -
8. Junior Artisan band, flower girls.
Striving to answer briefly hun
dreds of inquiries from community
committees all over Oregon, the state
Red Cross campaign committee Issued
a bulletin Saturday that was at once
forwarded to all Oregon committees
aa well as to committees in Montana,
Idaho and Washington.
At the same time, L. O. Nichols.
state campaign manager, says con
tributors to the Red Cross can be as
confident that their money will be
used to tha best advantage in war re
lief as Is the soldier that his life of
fered in the national defense will be
uaed where most needed.
Many Points Covered
Many points of Importance to the
campaign are touched on in the state
oc remittee's statement which reads aa
Oregon, outside Portland, must sub
scribe 1400.000 of the $100,000,000
emergency Red Croas war service
fund during the week of June 18-25
in order to meet the expectations of
President Wilson who has appealed to
tha nation for this fund.
Prompting the president's appeal are
the thousands of Red Cross ambu
lances on the firing line that must be
maintained. Other thousands of am
bulances must be built and sent to
the front Forty-five base hospitals
already have been established and
their work must be supplemented with
that of many more hospitals in order
to treat the wounds and aave the lives
of thousands of soldiers, including
our own home boys. i
The force of Red Cross physician;
and- nurses must be greatly Increased
and kept on duty.
Hospitals ICust Be Built
British. French and Belgian soldiers
can be sent home when, under hospi
tal care, they have commenced to re
cover from wounds or sickness, but
for Unci Sam's soldier boys convales
cent hospitala must be built by the
Red Cross. . ,
Mothers and wives who have given
up sons and husbands and who have
no other support must be cared tor
by the Red Cross organization.
Vocational achools for soldiers in
capacitated by wounds for ordlnarv
work must be organized and financed.
From the front line trenches to the
mother left at home the Universal
firviii of Mercv must maintain a
vast organization and spend tremend
nua an m in order to meet an almost
overwhelming emergency growing out
of United States participation in the
world war. Nor can the work be de
layed one day. Bulleta will not wait
on tardy dollars. The man who offers
his life on the battle fiald for the de
fense of his country must not be left
to bear the Duroen aione.
HoeletT Banks as Wrutral,
Whv does the arovernment not fi
nance thia relief work? The question
is often esked. The American Red
Cross is ranked as a neutral as long
aa it is maintained by private sub
scriptions. The administration of the
Red Cross cannot be carried on as are
the national naval and, military opera-
tlona. Relief worn, aiso, must, cut
tiiu must b-t DromDtlv ready lor
every emergency, must be governed by
humanitarian principles and quick de
cisions and must not be hampered by
tho restrictions of governmental ma
chinery. At the same time the Red
Cross is the only relief agency rorm
niiv autnnnzert dv ine fgnrameni
Tta hud la tha president of the United
States. Its accounts are audited by
the war department.' it is cnartereo
by congress. President Wilson de
"A larte. well organized, and r
flcient Red Cross is essential. It Is
both a patriotic and humane service
that is rendered by every citizen who
becomes a member oi the American
Red Cross subscriptions need not oe
paid all at one f.me. rne iourtn win
bA Ine Jnlv 1; one-fourth August 4:
one xounn, sepiemoer i, ana m uai
ance, October 1.
Ministers Asked to Aid.
A task as nrreat as that of getting
the subscriptions is to inform every
man. woman and child of Oregon of the
purposes and emergency character of
the camoairn before Red Cross week.
as proclaimed by the president, begins
June is. community committees are
ureed to have a rorcerui speaker pres
ent at every gathering whether small
or large- Newspapers are called on
for Liberal SDace. Ministers are asked
to present the suoject to their congre
gations. Let every patriotic cltiacn
speak of the campaign to every other
person tie or sne meets.
in tnis world war some must give
their uvea, otners ineir money. iso
patriot at home could bear to think
that a patriot bled to death on the bat-
tie field because he or she failed to
contribute to the Red Cross. You have
no right t) aay you are patriotic un
less you give your utmost in service
Princess Helen f Laa-erotuist). Princess
Wills (Rhodes),- Princess Ann (Wade).
I'nncess iuctie Moovej, rnnceas
Marguerite (Rollins). Princess Jas-
ette (Resse), Princess Bernard ine
(Crutch). Princess Beth (Underdown
Packer): royal escort, tne Howard
Twins; royal trumpeter. Jack Packer.
May Pole Drill Music by McElroy's
band Two hundred and fifty children;
Miss Mary Brownlee, director, human
flag drill, 400 children; Prof. Robert
Krohn. director. Liberty girls' drill,
200 young ladies; Prof. -R. Krohn. di
rector. Opera "Oberon." 10 Ifjrls.
Dumb bell drill, 0 small boys: Port
land Social Turn Verein. Tennia dHl,
1C young ladles; Prof. Richard Qan
seroskt. director. Grammar school rep
lay race, four boys in team, 10S yards.
Imitative dry w aboard yacht. 150 Y.
M. C. A. boy. TJarry Smith, director.
Cadet corps oj 22S Lincoln high school
girls' drill. Francis Hanrahan, royal
dancer to the queen, will danos "The
Portland Rose.'' volley bab cham
pionship games, business men, Seat
tle, Hoquiam, Astoria, LaGrande and
Portland; I. C. Cunningham, director.
Bait casting contest. Anglers' and
Fishermen's club; Dr. E. C. McFar
land. Wall scaling contest. Boy
Scouts. Crab race. Boy Scouts: James
E. Brockway in charge. Exhibition
drill, and jumping contest. Portland
Hunt club; A. M. Grllley, festival di
rector, in charge. Committee. Natt
McDougal. Ed'Blumenthal. C. S. Bots
ford (chairman), J. P. Jaeger. Isaac
TJie Rose Festival
THE JOURNAL will tell the story
of the Rose Festival in comprehen
sive fashion. The leading events of
the three days' celebration will be
set forth thoroughly in picture and
Copies of THE JOURNAL for
June 13, 14 and 15 and THE SUN
DAY JOURNAL of June 17 will be
mailed to any address, postage in
cluded, for 15 cents. Place orders
now with the circulation department
of THE JOURNAL.
2 to 6 p. ra. Second annual offi
cial Rose Festival regatta Under all
bridges. Start and finish between
Burnslde bridge and Steel bridge.
No. 1 Single oared shell, 2 to 2:15,
half mile handicap.
Fifty yard swim for women.
No. 2 Cruise handicap, 2:15 to 2:80.
No. 3 Four oared shell, 2:30 to 2:45.
Fancy diving Men.
No. 4 16 foot speed motor boat.
2:45 to S:10.
No. 6 Two ared shell. 1:10 to 2:25.
One hundred yard swim for men.
No. 6 Runabout handicap, 3:25 to
No. 7 Surf board riding. 3:45 to 4.
Farey diving for women.
So. S Single, double and four pad
dle canoe races, 4 to 4:20
No I Free-for-all speed boats,-4:20
Lor rolling contest.
No. 10 Mammoth spectacular spe
cial. 4:54 to 6:05.
A. M. Orilley. featlval director, in
charge. Committee: George Kendall
(chairman, L. M. Myers. Arthur Al
len, John Cody.
Music. Campbell's American band.
At Featlval Center 5:30 p. m. Low
ering of the flag; firing of the sunset
gun by Oregon field artillery detach,
ment. battery A. on duty at festival
Festival Center" 7:30 p. m.:
Campbell's American Band
Unvellln statute of Goddess of Lib
erty By President Woodrow Wil
son Washington, D. C.
Marseillaise, baritone solo...-.
Introduction. ... Pres. E. E. Larimore
Addresa 'Trance and America
Champions of Liberty"
"Battle Hymn of the Republic"
, Sung by audience
Led by Hartridge Whipp.
Mayor H. R. Albe.
Raising of Flag.. Mrs. K. K. Larimore
"Star Spangled Banner"
Sung by the audience
Led by Hartridge Whipp.
Spirit of Liberty Dance
Taursday, June 14
w Festival Center Sunrise
gun, raising of flag, national salute by
the Oregon field artillery detachment,
battery A. on duty at Festival center.
10 a. m. At Irvlngton Courts Port
land central tennia cnampionship.
10 a. m. Meeting of honor guards,
12 m. Luncheon for honor guards,
! Multnomah hotel.
I 11:30 a. m to 12:30 p. m. Festival
j Center Band concert. Campbell's
2 p. m. Grand patriotic pageant,
forming at Fourteenth and Yamhill,
moving to Morrison and thence east
on Morrison to Broad aay; north on
Broadway to Pine; east on Pine to
Third; south on Third to Alder: west
on Alder to Sixth; south on Sixth to
Main and disburse. Adjutant General
White, .marshal of the day. J. O.
Wilson, festival director, ln charge.
Committee: C. E. McDoneil, chairman;
Luclle B. Danfofth, A. L. Barbur, Roy
W. Edwards. Dr. J. Francis Drake.
6:30 p. ra. Festival Center Lower
ing of the flag; firing of the sunaet
gun by Oregon field artillery detach
ment, battery A. on duty at Festival
8 P. m. to 10 p. m. Festival Center
Band concert. McElroy's band. Mili
8:80 p. m. Dancing. Cotillion hall.
8:80 p. m. Oaks Park Patriotic
ball, for the benefit of the Fruit and
Flower Mission Day Nursery, at the
Oaks rink, under auspices of Rose
Festival association ami natronaasM
appointed by organizations forming
the Rose festival auxiliary. Mrs.
George W. McMath, festival director,
Trlday, June IS
T a. m. Festival Center Sunrise
gun:- raialng of flag; national salute bv
the Oregon field artillery detachment,
battery A, on duty at festival center.
11:10 a, ra. to 1 p. m. Festival Cen
ter1 Concert by McElroy's band.
t P. m. Grand floral parade form-ing-at
Fourteenth and Yamhill streets,
moving north on Fourteen tli to- Mor
rison, Uience on Morrlxun to Twelfth.
Twelfth to Burnslde. Hurnaide to
Broadway Broadway to I'm-. Pine to
Third. Third to Alder. Alder to Fourth.
Fourth to Main. Main to Fifth, riftn
to Oak. Oak to Sixth. Sixth to Main.
Main to Broadway, Rroadway to Stark.
Stark to Park, Iark to Washington,
Washington to Tenth. Tenth to Madi
son. Autos continue east on Madison
across Hawthorne bridge to Qrand
avenue, on Grand avenue to East
Burnslde, west across Burnside bridge
to Front street and disband. Ous C
Moser. festival director, in charge;
Mra. George W. McMath. vice chair
man; Ray Barkhurat. C. C. Bradley,
L. E. Crouch. Karl V. Lively. William
J. Lyona, M. Moscasoho, Dr. T. L.
m. Irvlngton Court" Portland
Central tennis championship.
6:30 o. m. Festival Center Lower
ing of the flag; firing of the sunset
gun by Oregon field artillery detach
ment, battery A. on duty at festival
7:80 p. m. South Park blocks
Great community sing. 4000 trained
vokecs under direction of Prof. W. H.
Boyer, led by tnassed bands of 60
pieces. H. W. Pierong, festival direc
tor, ln charge.
8 p. m; to 10 p. m. Concert hy
Campbell's American band and Mc
8:30 p. m. Cotillion hall Ball, un
der auspices of the Hoyal Rosarians
(admission by Invitation only).
8:30 p. m. Tuesday. Wednesday and
Thursday. June 12. 13 and 14, grand
festival of dancing (publlo Invited).
Cotillion hall, direction of Montrose
Ringler of the apecial aveata com
mittee. Royal Rosarians will act as official
escorts throughout the festival.
Whes writing tn or rllltij on aflrertliera.
pieuae ment Um The Journal. (Adv.)
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Pay the Edwards Way $7 Cash, $125 Week
9.60 Cash 2 Week.
Tour lawn will appreciate
the music of an Edwards
'Overlook" roller - bearing
Mower. Has 14-inch blade
and will give true service
Just like velvet will be
your lawn. If given a little
"Bull Run." There la no bet
ter or cheaper way of distri
bution" than through Ed
wards' Red Stitch Cotton
Hose. SO feet with end con
nections priced at
Inconvenient to car for
besides not looking well, an
potted plants that roust et
'around on the f oor. Ralso
'em up with a New Tabou
rette. 2 styles that aell regu
larly at $1.35, now
Dont you know a home Is
incomplete without a hidden
bed for unexpected company?
Edwards -are now offering a
Sanitary couch that opens to
full bed slae, at only
Ordinarily It'e not very
pleasant to think of Ironing
day but Just get a- "White
Croas" Klectric Iron and your
troubles will be over. Six-
pound sire, with cord
co matter what it may Involve in per- GO'CflnS and SulkteS at
sonni sacrifice. I . . . n ,
i ttr active r rices
IT a at Savunth IkTatn t Timklll' "..
tral (Villeneuv) Richmond (iimith)
Brooklyn (O'Leary) Clinton Kelly
(Sauvain) Eliot (Kpple) Shaver t John
9. Beaux and belles Leader. Alice
Ryan; East Sixth, Madison to Main;
Roaarian. Norman (lernwoofl).
Leader Johanna Cramer. Ladd
10 Brown's hand, national emblem,
Eaat Sixth, Main to Salmon; Rosarlan.
Werlein; major, E. D. Curtis; captains.
Barnes, uroucn, iance.
11 Spanish-American dm.n corps, with
RTammar school cadets. East Twelfth. r
Madison to Taylor; Rosarlan, Klnser; 1 Ga-Cart
company A. sunnystde, Hawthorne. or sulky
Kelly. Brooklyn Creston. Hoffman;
com nan v c ucmey ureen. vernon.
Lie&der Hugh nova.
12. Washini-lon Hleh Band. Flair
canopy, Juast sixuij salmon fo Taylo
captain van uroos.
IS. Franklin High School Cadets.
Kat Bixtn. uawtnomo to Aiaoison
14. Trade bchool Band. Lincoln
High Gdrl Cadets, Major Dorothy Reed,
Eaat Sixth, Hawthorne to Madison.
15. Lincoln High Boy Cadet, Cap
tain Clarence nowe, baat mxin. Haw
tnorne to uaaison; Kosartan. Hupp.
u i. m. to ii p. m. f estival center
ooen for floral display.
.1:10 p. m. Queen Nina and Party
leave Portland notei ror Mutinomah
field. Route of parade front court in
foruana notei sou in on sixtn to ranv
hill, weat on Yamhill to ChaDman
south on Chapman to Salmon, thence
to field. -
2 p. m., Multnomah field Crowning
of Queen Nina, spectacular pageant.
Qrand entry led by Royal Rosarians.
Governor WUhycomobe and staff,
board of governor and fairy queen
and court. crowning of the fairy
queen by President E. E. Larrimore,
assisted by Miss Ruth Plummer, god
dess of rosea, and Miss Lucile Dan
forth, goddess of peace, under direc
tion of Professor Robert Krohn. Mayor
Albee presenting key of city . Mra. 43.
F. Frankel. festival director. -In charge
Royal party r - Queen Nina - Kltta).
King Mao (Lewis), Grand Prince
Dorris '(Phlllipa, Grand Prlnc - Ar
thur (Markewlta).' Irineee Shirley
(Conn), 'Princess .Beverly CTraglio.
All the Same Alaska!
With a 'NEW GIBSON' Refrigerator
at Your Servicel
Built with double walls, perfectly in
sulated. A positive dead air space in all
walls, with cepoclally prepared non-conducting
felt inner lining Inner casings
are made of tasteless and odorle lum
ber, with NO WOOD exposed in any
part of the inside.
Top Icing-. J 5-pound capacity, hard
wood case, porcelold lined, self-locking
door, Gibson. SpeclaWy priced at
Porch and Lawn Needs
Maple Porch Chair with
"Gardner" 2-pessenger folding
touring car with mohair top ana
safty wheel brake, extra strong.
but light weight. Spo- 4t1 C Cfl
clal traveling price pM.fJJ
Porch Rocker to 2 29
Pollatied Wicker gf
Kati Gras Arm Chair CIA Qf
priced at P IV tU
Old Hickory Arm Chair,
Old Hickory Arm Rock
er to match
"Fulton" folding. Palace Go-Cart.
with spring seat, reclinirur back
and a xacuity to run easy.
Here Is a real winner at. .
"Lloyd"" collapsible Rambling
Sulky, with broad back rest, room
acat and rubber tires. Dur- 4f?0 QCl
ing Carnival Week yfaivu
Make this store your headquarter
while at the Roa Festival rest in
our eaay chairs use our desks to
write your letters. Whether you
need draperies or not, see our lino
specially the Leah Blue Bird.
"Montague" floral and "Standi'
Art Drapery Patternm.
Your Credit Is Good As Gold
Have the kind of Furnishings you like it's easy to pay the Ed
$ 5.00 CasW$1.00 Wok
$ 7.50 Cash $1.50 Week
$10.00 Cash $2.00 Week
$12.50 Cash $2.2i Week
$15.00 Caak-$2.50 Week
9 50 Worth.
RataafOBl A OOOD PLACE TO TRADE wmmB
.Entire Quarter Block Four Floors
is being practiced by you, when
opportunities are taken advantage of
whether it bo an oj6 table, chair,
rocker, bed. dresser or what - don't
throw It into the discard; our ex
change man will give you a very lib
nal allowance. Try him outl Th
"lt' Eaury to Pay the Edward Ways