St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, April 29, 1910, Image 8

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    0 SOCIALIST COLUMN 9
Mayor Seldel's Message to the
Milwaukee City Council.
The eyes of thousands of stricken
citizens nrc today directed toward
our Milwaukee and millions of good
wishes and "God bless yous" arc
carried on the four wincte to the
western shore of Lake Michigan.
I cannot too strongly impress upon
you the sacredness of the, trust
placed upon you. All your efforts
must be bent toward the execution
of the task before you. Many ob
stacles will be placed in your way.
Your successes may not always fol
low your first attempts. But your
resolute pluck and determined per
severance must in the end conquer
the difficulties that face you.
It has been your good fortune to
be placed in a dominant positiot:
and vou should follow your purpose
with an untiring will. At all times
the heads of the various depart
ments should be vigilant and every
worker should understand that in
doing his work to the utmost of
his ability he is contributing to the
cuicicncy ot tlie city government.
In your policy, the promises con
tained in ourplatform should have
a prominent part. Such measures
as can be ccrricd out under the pro
visions of our present chartcrshould
be taken up at once. here tn
charter interferes, proper bills shoul
at once be drafted to be presented
to the next legislature.
Before all things home rule, the
riuht of self government should be
secured for the city of Milwaukee
A strong legislative committee
should be appointed to argue these
bills before the committees of th
legislature. It might be wise to
reinforce this committee by a dele
gatioti of public minded citizens
whenever results can thereby be
achieved.
The workers' of our city arc its
most valuable asset. Your attcn
lion should be directed to the pas
sage ot suclt measures as will pro
mote the well being of this class of
citizens, safeguard health, check
any tendency to encroach upon
such lew rights as the workers stil
enjoy, and wherever possible ex
tend for them the opportunities of
life.
"In this direction a number of
steps can be taken. The admiuis
trution should constantly watch
over the conditions prevailing in
factories, workshops and places of
employment, with regard to sanita
tion. There should be at all times
a full and hearty co-operation with
state factory Inspectors in the en
forcctnent of measures providing
for industrial hygiene.
"Contracts to be let by the city
arc awarded to the lowest bidder.
This does not preclude the right of
the city as a corporation to demand
compliance with certain speclfica
tions. Thus, the quality and treat'
meat of materials may be specified
to insure economy. It is the height
of absurdity to contend that this
should uot hold good with regard
to labor. The contention that the
city can uot as an economic pre
caution specify the treatment of
labor, is a violation of the right of
free contract, n right enjoyed by
corporations and individual em
ployers.
"Therefore, in contracts lo be let
by the city, the specifications should
provide for hours of labor that are
not exhausting, that leave a margin
of time for rest and development.
Such specifications should also pro
vide tor suiticieucy ot light and
ventilation; they should prohibit
clilul labor and properly prated
woman labor, and prevent the im
position upon workers ot degrading
conditions.
"The city has police powers en
abliug it to enforce the ordiuuuee
which makes the carrying of con
cealetl weapons unlawful. This
ordinance should be strictly en
forced. Our population is law
ubidiug and well able to handle its
owu affairs. The practice of briiin
iug armed hirelings into the city of
. .
Milwaukee to mingle with a popula
tion that is peace loving, has cost
loss of life and should be stopped.
Our difficulties should be settled by
appeals to reason,
"Proper action lookiug toward
the establishment of a bureau of
municipal research should be im
mediately taken, An expert should
be called in to advise with you on
this subject. The first object of
this bureau should be to make a
municipal survey, to furnish -accu
rate and adequate kuowletlge of
social, industrial and economic con
ditions leading to specific and prac
ticable plans for city betterment.
"lliusa complete cost keeping
system tor every municipal depart
luent should be established, distinct
from an accounting system. Such
u system would enable anyone to
discover leakages ami losses, when
ever such existed.
"The survey should extend to
other subjects, your actiou being
directed to such as are of immediate
importance and calling for first at
tention. This will enable you in a
short time to place the finances of
the city on a sound and saue basis,
fix a more nearly equitable basis of
taxation and arrive a basic cost
units that will be of great service.
(To be continued next week.)
Note The first business trans
acted by the council immediately
folio wiug the Mayer's address, was
tbe passage of a resolution abolish
iug tfec Board of Public Works and
providing for a cexmuitriouw. ...
Frank L. Soil Meat Co,
"f IGHTING THE BEEP TRUST"
Jersey Street
St. Johns, Ore.
Beef to boil, to stew and for pot'
roasts; Necks of Beef, Brisket Beef,
Plate Beef ,and short ribs of beef,
8c, gc ,ioc aud I24c.
Beef Shanks 5c Beef liver 8c
Tripe 10c Oxtails 8c Flanks of
Beef 100 Beef Hearts 8c.
Round Steak, I2c and 15c
Sirloin Steak, Tenderloin Steak aud
Plank Steak all 15c Shoulder
Steak I2c Porterhouse Steak 18
aud 20c.
Legs of Lamb 18c
Lamb Rib Chops 18c
Lamb Loin Chops t8c
Lamb Shoulder Chops 15c
Lamb Stew tioc
Prpntqtiarters of Lamb I2c
Roasts from Prontquurtcrs of
Lamb 15c
Delicious Veal Stew. . . . 12)4 to 15c
Whole Lcgsof Veal 15c
Shoulder Roast Veal 15c
Shoulder Veal Cutlets. 15c
Loin Veal Cutlets ..i8c
Rib Veal Cutlets 18c
Calves' Liver I7c
Breasts of Veal 12 and 15c
Fresh Oregon Cream Butter, made
fresh every day Norway br'd 70c
Fresh Oregon Kggs, per dozen. .30c
Halibut, fresh caught 10c
Right fresh Salmon t7)4c
Absolutely pure kettle rendered
Lard, the purest lard in Oregon
in any sized can per pound . 20c
Compound Lard 13c
FARMERS Bring Smith your
veal, pork aud cccs and he will
pay you the market price.
Mmflr Tkwrrm? tw mva wzmim
Right Here
at the BALL
0! the Foot
it where most ot the "pinch"
come when buying a new
pair ot shoes. You com
plain about it when trying
on the ordinary thoci and
the isleiman taya "I'll
stretch IL" Whenever be
hat to do that, look out in
a few weekt you'll find your
feet runnlntf over the edict
of (lie tolet and the uppers
vdltbcleavtagthosoles. Theremustbeplcntyof roouiattbeballof the foot to
fhat stretching to the limit ol the strcngtuoi tue snoc win noi do necessary.
The iradlcy Shoe Will Hot "Pinch" Yovr reel
Every pair it bulltwlth nn allowance of leatherat the ball of the foot which
nermlti the (oat to rcit comfortably in the new ahoe the firat time vou put
it on. The linings in the llradley Shoo will not wrinkle after little wear,
camlni! discomfort to common.
Thlt perfect fit even gives additional
ttralu oil tue leather.
They are cut to conform to the upper.
wear as it taxes a great acas 01
Bradley Shoes for Men, $3.50 $4.00
represent the highest tfandard"of material and workmanship slxty-slx
yeart of contlnnout application to the making of a thoe that will five
perfect satisfaction. We make lest profit on a llradley Shoe, but we'll be
lad to tell you n pair, for once a wearer of thete honest, well-made shoes,
it will be hard to resist buying again, and the Increased volume meant not
only profit bat public confidence
Braihy'l art maiw by th Brodlty A Htlealt Co.. who hat) See maktri ot
pood ihoit tor 00 fori. Wt alto haio othtr itytti ot thtlr matt tor mm.
tfamtn and ehlUrin.
COTJCI-I fc CO.
vrVJMTYOU TO TAKE HOT 0iL.Y A "PEEP" BUT A GOOD LOOK IMTO OUR J
STORE TOR THE TNIAGS YOU WAtiT. Wf r,n
OUR STORE DOES AOT, Of COURSE, COMPARE WITH THE CITY BEPRTAEtT
STORES. IT IS THEIR BUSINESS TO TEMPT YOU TO BUY THINGS YOU DO AOT 1
IAtT MD PERHAPS QAti A(0T HT0RD. WE HjWE SORT OF GROVrt UP WITH ST.
JOHiS ti A BUSINESS WAY MD OUR PURCHASES -IRE MDE Oti THAT A-
aii At ait a h nv :
1111 uiri 1 miri
WE HylVE THOSE THIAGS Irt All OUR DEPARTMENTS THAT WILL PLEASCl
- . . - . mm mm m m m wm WAV m V t V LA It fct f
YOU Ativ Wlltk GIVE YOU AZTVAk AkUL TUK YUUK TWILI. ,fl
vnir TRPTPC THP RPT VP K WW HOW MD SHOULD AiYTHIft V
A V W mWm M o mm mWo, Wkw M mm, U M a m m mmm mmr m - ' -
GO VROMG tiO OAE IS MORE WILLING TO MAKE AMENDS THAN WE ARE.
BON HAM & CURRIER
RESOLUTION
it
by U10 city of St.
EXCURSIONS TO THE EAST
May 3, 9; June 3, 17, 34 1 July 5, 32 1 August 3, Sept. 8. Return limit Ihreo months
but not exceeding October J 1st.
BY WAV OF
SPOKANE PORTLAND & SEATTLE RY.
"The North bank Road"
Chicago i 73.50
St. I.ouli ,....$67.50
Mllwtuke 173.50
St. Paul I60.00
Minneapolis ftO.OO
Omaha , 60.00
Kansas City f 60.00
uuiuiii , 100.00
Choice of K'"K' otnl returning routes, STOl'OVlUtS allowed.
NORTH BANK TRAINS run through to St. Paul, Minneapolis
and Chicago without chance LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to
Portland for the Rota Festival In June mid the Hibernian Convete
tlou in July will rIvc your friends a chance to come to the coast.
Details furnished by
O. M. Cornell. Agent. H. M. Adams, G. F 4 P. A.
suJonns, ore. Portland, Oregon.
A Few Rare Bargains.
50x200. seven room house, lots
of fruit and nn excellent location, hi
St. Johns, $2800, terms.
A forty ncre tract near Klamath,
6-room house, barn, three cows
and two hogs included, $1600 cash.
room modern house, cement
basement, five lots, $2600, terms,
50x100 lot, new five-room house,
Igoo, $600 cash, three years on
balance.
150x100 lot, five-room modern
iou.se, aoo-uarrel cistern, &U00,
30 acres, 6 acres in cultivation,
well located, log house, 28 miles
from Portland, $1500, terms.
1 00x100. 4-room house, garden
all planted, f 1600.
100x100. four-room modern house
chicken park and number of chick'
eus included, $1900, terms.
Other good bargains too nu titer
ous to euumerute.
U. R. CHURCHILI,,
401 South Jersey.,
SEE
King & Brodahl
FOR BARGAINS with or without
CASH
The Circus
acrobat finds it necessary at all
times to keep his muscles aud joints
supple, mat is the reason thut
miulreds of them keep r bottle of
Dullard's Snow I.iitiiuetit always ou
baud. A sure cure for rheumatism,
cuts, sprains, sore throat, lame
back, contracted muscles, corus,
bunions aud all 'pains. Price 35c,
50c aud $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
forth Bank Pharmacy,
Subtcrjbo for the St. Johns Review
and keep pented on the doings ot
the city.
United States Laundry
Basket leavei Monday
afternoon
E. O. MAQOON, Agent
III U.Jtnty Strt
No. 30 1650; $350 cash, bal
mice mortgage to run to Nov, ton
5-rootn house, plastered, basement,
all complete, except bathtub and
toilet; lot 50x100,
No, 154 1 1 700; $350 cash, bal
ance I to per month; 6 room house,
nice lot fenced, some furniture.
mo. 00 $1050; ueauttiui new
modern house, plastered, full base
meut; on easy terms.
No. 39 $1059; 4-rooin plastered
house, full lot in fine shape, ou
Jersey Street; part cash.
No. 37 Full 50x100 lot in Hoi
brook Additiou, I325; $156 cash,
balance 5 per month.
xo. 143100x100 corner, on
Portland Boulevard, I1200; street
improvments all paid.
101 35x100, oustness corner on
Jersey Street; a suap at f.s.soo.
Lots iu all parts of the city, cash
or terms.
Eminent Authorities Sav
S
that out-door exercise is needed b
the American People, That's a
very well, but how cau people with
rheumatism follow that advice?
The answer is very simple use
Ballard's Snow I.iuitnent and the
rheumatism will go, leaving you as
spry as a colt. Gives quick and
permanent relief from rheumatism.
neuralgia, lame back aud all paius.
Sold by North Bank Pharmacy.
AU our meats arc government In
spected and the best that money can
buy They are neatly and careful
ly handled. Come in and leave yeur
order for free delivery. Ward's
Central Market
is resolved
Johns
That whereat, the warrants are drawn
and ready for delivery to the parties en
titled to the tame in the matter of open
InK and widening Pctsenden street
from Jersey street to the southeasterly
limits of the city of St, Johns, at shown
In the condemnation proceedings thereof
on file In the office of the city recorder.
Now,.therefore, be It resolved that said
l'essendcn street from Jersey street to
the southeasterly limits of the city of
St. Johns with the boundaries thereof, as
prepared and designated by the city
enuinccr and adopted by the council ol
said city, be and it is hereby declared to
be a public street and highway, and to
be opened and established according to
sach plans and boundaries.
And the city engineer is hereby direct.
ed to prepare and file for record in the
office of the county clerk of Multnomah
county, Oregon, a copy of this resolution
and an accurate plat of said street and
the property so appropriated for
public use.
Adopted she aist day of April, reio
A. M. KBHUN,
necorder.
Published In tho St. Johns Rovlow,
April 39 and May 6, 1910.
SUMMONS.
Spokane, Per Hand & Seattle Railway.
UtAVINO ST. JOHNS.
Inland Umpire lUprtM, 9:1) a, m.t for Clilni
Ht.l'uil. Oinih.KitiM.CIlY.Rt. Louts. Wa1
W1U. ItKo. KooKvclt. Ormnddstles. Golden
dale, White Salmon, Btcvcosoo, Vancouver and
iniermniuie iiauons.
North Hank Limited, 7 p. m.l for Chkrio St,
I'aut, Ointlii, Kanut City, St. Louie, Spokane,
KpreKue.Kltivlllc,l,lnd,raeco,KooKvcll.arand
dalto.Whllc Halroon.StcvcntonandVancouTerc
Columbia Klv.r Local, nu n. m.l fur Vancouver,
Camae, White Satmou. Lvle, Oraoddallce.Cllo's
ami all intermediate stations.
AHR1VINO AT ST. JOHNS
Inland Itmnlie Ksnreta.TU? n.m.t from Chlca
go, et. l-aul, Omaha, Kanut Cllr, SI. Louli,
huokane, Hnracue. HtUvlllc Llnd. .ratco,
Roosevelt, Oraoddallea, White Salmon, Kiev
euion, Vancouver.
North Hank Limited, 7:j a. m.t fromCblcai'
St. Paul. Omaha. Kanua Cltv. St. Louie. Wal
Walla, faaco, Moowrvelt, Granddallca. White
Salmon, Htevcntoa, Vancouver aud Interme-
male aianons.
Columbia Klver Local 11 o'clock nooni from Cliff
Graiiddallcs. Uoldcndale, Lylc White Salmon,
Camae, Vancouver aud alt intermediate eta
ttona.
AU trains atop for paueugera. Office open
an nijcm, ikkiswhic lor ail poima.
. O, M, Cornell, Agent,
Northern Pacific Railway
LltAVlNQ ST. JOHNS
North Coa.l LlaiUrd via Norlli.iiank . : d. bi
Atlantic Kspreaa via fuget Sound iua. ra.
AiiauiK nxprcsa via rioiin vans. vu a, m
Twin City Kspreaa vU fuget Sound J.Jo p. ru
Twin City Kipresa via North Hank 7;J p. in
Katiern xxpretavu i-ugci ouua---. iuij a, in
liailern Kiprctavla North Bank ojjj a, m
Mo. Klver Kiprets vla North Bank--- j.jjp. ra
t'orttaiid. Tacoraa t Seattle Kxnrcsa. v:m a. m.
for Oraya Harbor. Olympta and South Bend
Uranchc.
fuget Bound Limited, j:y p. m.l Oraya Harbor
Yacolt Pasaengcr 41W p, m
ARKIVINO AT ST. JOHNS
North Coast Limited via North Dank
North Coast Limited via fugrt Sound
TU7P.
7Sa.
No. Pacific Kipresa via Pugct Souud 4:J I
raciuc Hipreaa via nonn mot..
p. m
. t:at a. m
racinc Kiprcu via matt Sound 7a,
No, I'actHc Kxpreaa via North hank jqfi a. m
7;
v
wettcrn Kapreaa vu North Hank--.. 7:470. m
nrucrn nipfCH ia ruuei oounu loos p.
Mo. HtvrrKiDreaavta North Bank ... v:ia a.
Mo. Klver Kxpreaa via fuget Sound yj p. m
Portland, racoma & Seattle Kspreaa . yi p. m,
from Olymula. South Bend and Grave Harbor.
Puget Sound Limited S:ij p. m,
Yacolt 1'assenger .......... ....t.'UP.m,
Onquarter of Pound a Week
at least, is what a young baby
ought to gain iu weight. Does
yours? If aot, there's something
wrong with its digestion. Give it
McGee's Baby Elixir and it will
begin gaining at once. Cures
stomach and bowel troubles, aids
digestion, stops fretfulncss, good
for teething babies. Price 35c aud
50 c. sold by Worth Bank Pbar
macy.
TO WATER CONSUMERS
Rates for sprinkling through
nose:
1 Lot 11,50 per mouth I6.00
per season. t
a Lots I2.50pera10nth-I10.0e
per season.
All rates'payable is advance.
a ioi is 50x100 or 5.000 sauare
lector grouM, inciudlae the soacc
l ie . w
occupiea oy tue DUiwtngs,
St. Johns Water Works and
Lighting Co., By P. H. Edlefsen,
Manager.
rVfAAausamlr Lrur
Tailored aud faacv waists
snirt waist; wits.
m r
rke Jersey 1351
asd
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gen for the County of Multnomah.
Daniel O. Huron, plaintiff; vs. Cora
Huron, defendant.
To Cora Huron, defendant above named:
, In the name of the state of Oregon
you nrea hereby rcmtlrcd to appear ttnd
answer ' the complaint filed against
you In the above entitled court in the
above entitled suit on or before Saturday,
the aitt day of May, 1910, which It sub
sequent to the expiration of tlx weeks
after the ltt day of April, lyio, the date
of the first publication of this summons.
It being prescribed In the order for said
riubllcatlon that said summons be pub
I shed once n week for tlx 'consecutive
weeks, iu the St. Johnt Review. If you
fall to so appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
above entitled court for the relief prayed
for in hit complaint, to-wlt:
A decree diwolvlng absolutely the
bonds of matrimony heretofore and now
existing between the plaintiff mid the
defendant; for the custody of the children
of plaintiff. and defendant, namely: Lynn,
17 years of age; Charles, 9 years of age;
Joe, seven venrs of nge, mid that defend
ant be declared to have no right, claim
or interest in any of the household goods,
personal effects, furniture or other per
sonal property of. the plaintiff, and for
such other, further or different relief as
the court may deem proper.
This summons is published In the St.
Johns Heview pursuant to an order of
lion. Kobcrt O. Morrow, presiding
judge of the above entitled court, made
and entered the 36th day of March, 1910,
Date of first publication is April 1, 1910,
date of last publication Is May 30, 1910,
UKUKtilS I. rUKKl.NS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
A
RARE
BAR
58 acres of land
212 miles from
Oregon City
t-k.
f.:
'
At $50 per acre. Enouj
timber upon same to pay f
it. Running water on placi
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE n th rty market today. Must ttktn qt
of My
Forbes
In the County court, State of
for the County of Multnomah.
in me matter 01 guardianship
ron Claire and Kdward Stuart
minors.
It appearing from the petition of D, C,
Kogers, uusrutan 01 tue person and es
tate of Myron Claire and lid ward Stuart
Forbes, minors, lo Oregon, that it
necessary and beneficial for and to said
minors, to aell their undivided one half
interest in lots three and four and five
and tlx in block twelve, James Johns
scconu aauuton to tt, jonns, amuiiomaii
county, Oregon, said minors and their
next of kin, to-wit: Harriet Honors Mo-
rey, mother. Kobcrt V. rorbes, brother:
and Fred V. Forbes, brother, and all
other persons interest in their estate,
are hereby required, ordered and direct
eu to appear before me at 9 o'clock a. ,
Monday. May 16. iqio. at the county
court uoute 01 juuitnoman county, ure
gon, in the rooms occupied by the couu.
iv judge or said county, ana snow cause,
I any exitts. why a license should not
be grauted aaid guardian, authorizing
him to sell all of said minors' interest in
the whole ol the aforesaid real property,
aa prayed for in said petition.
It is further ordered that a conv of
this order be served upon each of sqid
minors and next of kin, as aforesaid,
personally, and that the same be pub
lished in the St. lobnt Review, a news.
paper published and circulated in this
couuty and having a general circulation
therein, for three successive weeks.
Given this nth day of April, J9to.
T.J. CLKKTON,
Couaty Judge.
First publication, April 33, 1910.
Last publication, May 13, 1910.
ow. Call or addraaa J. J. ENGREN
EXCAVATING
UstmtM and ill Uicr MMs W
Call far SanfJell
Phone Richmond 61
A Knocks
is a man who can't see good in anv
. V . 1 a a
Kcrson or tning. it s a nabit caused
y a disordered liver, If you find
4,1 a. a
iui you are wwinntDf to see
things through blue spectacles,
treat your liver to a good ckanirie
ei procew witH JMiwra's Herbine.
sure cure far coMtipation, dys-
MpMa, iMigestioa, sick tieadach
otutettseMss. all liver, stoowch and
bowel troubles. Sold by North Bak
rasrsMcy.
NOTICE TO ADVIRTlMPteV
Land is Mo, I for fruit of all kinds. Tht vtfy test
Cor. Thompson V Gilbert, St Johns, OrsftH
IOOO(
ATTENTION!!
Merchants! Manufacturers! Farmers! EvervKndvl
We are hunting for your business and have bsca os j
your trail for some time.
well.
Our aim is to serve
compli
The adoption of our service offers a
solution to the transportation problem.
Our rates are reasonable and our servkti
unsurpassed.
I wo trains between St, Johns and P
daily.
We deliver Anything, Any, Place, .Any. Tiaw.'
Call and get our rates before shipping. 1
( ,l'.VJ
PORTLAND & SUBURBAN EXITO CO
W. STEARNS
Agent st St. Johns.
Pbows: Portland Office, .Main 358 St. Jmimt frrfW
A 3358 '
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