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Devoted to the Interetti ot the Penlniula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNIi 7, 1912.
Plant Under Way
Contracts have been let for dig
ging trenches to contain the 1 6-incIi
high pressure, cast iron gas mains
that will carry gas from the pro
posed plant of the Portland Gas
and Coke company on the west
side to the big distributing tank at
the foot of Glisou street in Port
land, according to President Guy
Talbot of the Pacific Power and
Light Co. today. The construc
tion of the pipe line, which
will be six miles long, President
Talbot said, marks the actual be
ginning of the work of building the
new plant which, completed, will
have cost .$1,000,000. The new
plant will have a capacity of i.s
000,000 cubic feet of gas daily
which is 10,000,000 more feet than
the maximum daily consumption
that obtains at present.
Plnus for the buildings and their
equipment were drawn up under
the direct supervision of IT. M
Papst, general manager ot the gas
company. When completed, it
said, the plant and distributing sys
tern will be the most perfect and up
to date of any in the United States.
The cost of digging the trenches
and laving the high pressure main
will be approximately $ 100,000, nc
cording to Mr. Pubst. The com
pany also intends to expend $600,
000 in the next six mouths, in con
structing the first unit ot the new
plant. In addition it is laying
75 miles of pipe Hue in Portland,
which includes an extension to
Woodstock and I.euts, at a cost of
500,000. Nearly 300 men are
at work on this part of the work
and 200 more men will be added to
the company's forces in the early
part of July, when the construction
of the plant on tin: west side will
"Preliminary work has been un
der way since May 21," said Mr.
Papst today. "The bulkhead and
wharf on the river front are practic
ally completed already, and the fill
between the bulkhead and solid
ground is under way and will be
finished by July 1.
As soon as the grounds arc fin
ished wc will build u railroad spur.
Gas mains will arrive from Cleve
land the first week in July. Two
gas storage tanks, each with a cap
acity of 500,000 cubic feet, will ar
rive at Portland from Philadelphia
about the same time, These will
be set up at the west side plant.
With the equipment for the first
units on hand, work 011 the build
ings will be started and by the first
of January wc expect to have the
plant ready to manufacture 4,000,
000 cubic feet of gas daily. This
will be sufficient to supply our con
sinners during the summer of 1013
and enable us to shut down the
old plant at the foot of Hverett
street and set up its equipment at
the new location. By this arrange
ment we will have a plant of capac
ity of 8,000,000 cubic fuet daily be
fore the whiter of 1913, which will
be ample to care for the needs of
the city. We will theti add equip
ment and increase our capacity as
the expansion of the city demands
"The new plant will be the most
modern in the United States. The
buildiucs will be of concrete of
highly ornamental design. The
gas machinery will be operated by
electricity, which we will develop
ourselves from a steam electric
plant which we intend to install at
a cost of 1 100,000, Everything
will be motor driven. No other
gas plant in the country has equip
ment of thlsuattire.
"Although efficiency is our aim,
we do not intend to forget the fact
that beauty is an asset to auy city.
For this reason, trees, flowers and
lawns will be planted ou the
grounds, The west side road will
be one of the principal boulevards
and in devising my plans, I felt that
we owed it to Portland's citizens
to beautify our property."
A Bit of Criticism
Kditor Review: The declamatory
contest held at St. Johns recently
was the lirst event of the kinti tin
dcrtakcu by the schools of Multuo
mah county. It was the result of
some thought and planning by the
committee and of much work on
the part of the teachers and pupils.
The contestants represented the
various school districts the audi
ence was gathered from all parts of
the county. The occasion was one
of dignity and importance. As
each child stepped up to represent
his district, one looked to hear
something good, some noble lines
of poetry to thrill and inspire voting
cars, or some bit of undying verse
to rejoice older hearers by repeating
a time honored favorite. Somcl
good and worthy selections there
were, but unfortunately many
the recitations were mere newspa
per verse, tilings one might rend
and smile at in a magazine, but
certainly not things fitting such
occasion. Few of the selections
given were worth remembering
some were better forgotten.
That the children did their parts
well, that they spoke with spin
and much dramatic ability makes
all the more to be regretted that th
time and cilort was not spent ou
something worth while, in mentor
Iziug some fine lines of prose or
getting "Dy heart" a few verses
from one of the great poets. Should
not good taste in the choice of
recitation count as much to the
credit of a school as training in in
terpretatiou and delivery i
the power to judge between
what is really fine in literature am!
what is mediocre and the inspira
tion to prefer the hotter thing wil
e of far more value to the child In
after years than the ability to
This is the first event of the kitii
it is hoped that it is only the first
of many to follow, for the plan is
lull of possibilities for pleasure and
proiit to the children of the county
schools. It is only, however, by
maintaining n high standard, by
ruling out all unworthy and com
uiouplacc selections that the great
est benefits can be reaiwl.
Letter from A. T. Bolden
Drawing Near to Hand
Fire Sunday Night
About 11 o'clock Sunday night
the confectionery store of L. Hard
ing on North Jersey street was dis
covered to be on fire. The alarm
was immediately sounded and the
fire department hurried to the scene.
Before water could be turned on in
good shape the building was badly
gutted and the barber shop of Al
bert Kubes adjoining was badly
burned. The flames were subdued
before further damage resulted.
The fire started at the rear of the
Harding building, but the origin is
unknown. Mr. Harding had his
goods insured in the sum of $400,
while Mr. Kubes carried no insur
ance whatever. The total loss is
said to be in the neighborhood of
Street improvement is looking up
Crops Speil Prosperity
Bumper crops and prevailing good
iirices are expected to put the farm
ers of the Pacific Northwest in high
good humor this fall and, through
him, the three states are expected
to prosper as never before. livery
indication is for big yields in all
me staple products and for some
prices will be very high. The big
gest wheat crop ever harvested is
predicted for Oregon, Washington
and Idaho and it is thought the
yield will reach 70,000,000 bushel,
worth $52, 500.000. Oats are ex
pectedtoadd 118,675,000 to the
farmer's bank roll and barley $9,
900,000 more. Fruit marketed
this season will add $15,000,000
to this new wealth and hay the neat
sum of $35,390,000. The wool
is estimated to be worth $6,600,000,
ana nops 4,050.000. This is a
total income for the producers of
the three states of almost $150,000,
000, If the manufactured products
were added to the wealth of the
soil, it is probable the total would
not fall far below $500,000,000 for
Memorial Day, Thursday, May
26, 1912, has come and gone, but
the remembrance of the "In
memorium," (in memory of) will
still dwell in our hearts, uiitil wc
too hear the Master's call, The ser
vice was held in the M.K. church of
St. Johns. The pastor gave hope
ful wortls of Paul's example to us
as he fought the good fight for
right doing, and his history hand
ed down to us teaches that we will
not be forgotten by friends who
now and will also say "Well done
enter into peace." A goodly mini
and marine journals, and last but
which 75.000 will be printed and
distributed among the visitors. It
will be an artistic publication finely
illustrated and one which will be
read and carefully preserved ami
which will be taken back to thou
sands of homes situated in all por
tions of the country. All these
tlliliL'S will lirlni' ii.t luln tlm limn
her of Post, and I W. R. C. were RM 0f publicity and put us under
Death of Carl Rifter
Kditor Review: Not seeing any
notice of the death of Mr. Carl Hit
ter in your paper and so tnauy in
quiring about him from his sister,
I thought it would be no more than
right that it be published in your
paper, as he was well kuowu in St.
Johns, A young man full of prom
ise, strong and sturdy looking, and
yet he is gone. To his many friends
it was a shock. There is a lesson
for all in Carl's untimely death, and
that is: "Be ye always ready for ye
know not the day nor the hour"
when you and I may be called.
May he who doeth all things well
comfort the mother and sister and
lead them in -the way of Life. Carl
Ritter died at Salem, Oregou, May
16th and was buried at Selhvood.
When your child has the whoop
ing cough be careful to keep the
cough loose and expectoration easy
giving Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy as may be required. This rem
edy will also liquify the tough mu
cus and make it easier to expecto
rate. It has been used successfully
in many epidemics and is safe and
sure. For sale by all dealers.
For Insurance see F.W.Valentine
My Dear Mr. Editor: I have
written for so long so here I go.
Wc read with great interest of the
things goiug ou in St. Johns. Your
paper is looked for and every bit of
news Is read and re-read. We are
putting flowerson the Union and Con
federate dead today, In a program
at the hall, your correspondent has
the great honor of reading Lincoln's
Gettysburg address to the old boys
u blue; only 16 or 18 now muster
u this citv and so feeble were they
and old, that ou last Sunday, when
they formed at their hall to march
to the church, they could not find
one of their number able to carry
the old flag; so I volunteered to car
ry it at the head of the column of
the grand old men who fought
to save the Union in the 'Cos.
Coquillc is putting down several
blocks of cement sidewalks and
hard surface streets. Everybody that prizes at the Regatta, and is
July 8, 9 and 10, the time fixed
for the festivities to take place in
St. Johns, is drawing near to hand.
The Regatta feature will take place
ou the second day, viz., Tuesday,
July 9th, the day following the
opening of the Sweet Pea Show and
Industrial Exhibition, which will
begin on Monday, July 8, and end
Wednesday, July 10. The first and
most important essential is the finan
cial part, as nil must necessarily
hinge ou that. The finance com
mittee has been very busy for more
than a week past and thus far has
been successful in securing n large
portion of the total amount required.
The sum of S500 is to be placed
with the $500 which the Elk's
executive committee of Portland
has turned over to the Portland
Motor Boat club, which will make
a total of $1000 to be given
G. A. R. Appreciation
Another Memorial day just rele
gated to memory still leaves to us
hope for the future. Day by dny,
hour by hour, minute by minute,
sees the passing nway of the noble
I'linril. who lenvcs tr flic nrisrtit
and future generations to observe!
wants to work can do so. At
North Bend near Marsh field since
the commencement of the building
of the long looked for railroad at
this cud of the line real estate is
commencing to boom and is selling
fast. The two butter factories here
at Coquillc arc running full blast, as Show and Industrial Exhibition of
pected to attract contestants from
other sections, it being understood
that parties have already entered
from the Sound country and from
Astoria, which wilt add to the zest
of the ocensoin. Other funds being
raised will be for the Sweet Pea
also arc the two saw mills, and, Mr.
Editor, "competition being the life
of trade," consumers get No. 1
creamery butter now for 55c a roll,
think of it, and for a few days at
50c for a 2-pound "hunk." So,
Mr. Editor, I am yet not quite
converted to socialism, for I believe
111 competition, and so docs my
friend Perrinc, for he thinks he can
articles made in St. Johns, which is
to take place at the city dock, it be
iug the largest building available
for such purpose. The various
committees appointed to takccharcc
of the work assigned them will verv
soon get together to take up their give aid and support to the Veter
that day in honor of those who
bore the brunt of battle to success,
leaving them the rich heritage of
our labor of love.
General Compsou Post, No. 22,
G. A. R., by unanimous vote ex
tend their warmest thanks to the
business men, professional men, St.
Johns Review and citizens for their
cordial support financially nud for
their patriotic endeavor in assisting
in the celebration of the day. Not
n store or office was open during
our exercises or throughout the day
and their attendance was general at
our services. St. Johns has been
more patriotic and liberal both in
presence and aid than any other
city within tliis department.
1 lie schools of the city during
our visits received tis in n loval
maimer nud the children vied wit
us, with principal and teachers, i
making our presence felt iu our en
dcavor to instill patriotism iu their
Our auxiliaries, Woman's Re
lief Corps and Ladies of the Grant'
Army, Sous of Veterans and Scouts
gave us cordial support. Every
where could be seen the desire to
respective duties. The matter is
now well iu hand, everything is
favorable, and it mav be safelv an
build a better chimney and fireplace uouncctl that the success of the en
than anybody, so he i.s not a so- tcrnrisc is assured iu the matter of
cialist only iu theory. funds necessary to successfully con
wc are an holding our ureal 11s to duct it. Keports readmit: the ex
sec what will happen in Chicago ccutivc committee of the Elk's club the old guard has passed to the pres
wnen the lion hunter and the big, at Portland indicate the coming of encc 01 the Ureal Commander
fat president measures arms. a large crowd, which, of course, Chief above.
As long as St. Johns cannot be- greatly interests us as the more A word as to General
come a part of Portland, I hope the come, the more will we have to
Commercial club will make her big draw from to attract to our Regatta.
enough to annex Portland. I am All the indications are promising
taat St. Johns will have such an
assemblage as it lias never wit
uesscu Dciorc, and which will go
far toward putting us 011 the map
prominently in the public eve. not
only iu giving the visitors au op
still a democrat. A. T. Boldcu.
ans who, on their day of all the
year is devoted in memory of those
passed away on battlefield, shit), or
in the civil walks of life.
1 he old vets arc passing nwav
rapidly, us official investigation
shows for every 12 minutes one
Post No. 22, G. A. R. This Post
was organized May 16, 1906, and
up to tlatc we have buried 18 mem
hers, four of which left us since Jan
uary 1,1912, and one of them since
Memorial day, and today it leaves
us 10S members iu good standing
and, without flattery, but as a fact
St. Johns Post, as it is called, is
portuulty to see for themselves thoroughly known throughout the
what a valuable location this is for Department of Oregon, as the most
industrial business, but also to have harmonious and active Post in the
sent all over Hie country reports I department, and we must say, that
through the public press dispatches it has been our aim to promote the
interests of St. Johns wherever
may. U. It. Miller,
iresent. We did not forget the
three of our number who have gone
to the realization of the faithful
ones, while we here anticipate or
foresee the meetitig bv and by.
Of the G. A. K. how many enjoy
le reward that loyalty brings, as
the observing eyes of reprcseuta-
film llllGilinctl n..1 ...n.tlc.l nnnnln
the ultimate value of which can
hardly be estimated in dollars and
cents, It practically and actually
means the laying of the ground
work for beneficial
Open Hour: l;oo to 5:10 nud 7 to 9:30 p.m.
aunuaye; iDV to DiJU
Drawings selected from the work
of the .ith, 5th, 6th and part of the
7H1 grades are 011 exhibition this
week In addition to those from the
lower grades, The drawings are
are iu both color and black and
they have uow gone where the would nnnear to follow, nud nltho white and they are calling forth a
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wictvcu ccuac irum irouuiiug anuitiiev tnnv not and cnntint lfvruot. K,c"1 "cl"' mcniwi miuiiriiiiuii.
tli ii-Hiiru nr nr rMtl" IV will I . .i i 11 i i n...i. .1 I Hnnktt ilist In!
. ... ...... ctl lu uw n-uiixcti uiiiiiciiiuicjy, mere
not forget them, nor the debt we can be no miestlon but thnt In nil
owe them, for they sacrificed health probability they will ultimately ma
terialize for our future benefit and
and finally life itself that we might
have liberty. Let us not forget
what the day teaches,
Iu the great heart of coming
Their fame shall live, their glory
Even when conies to all earth's
God's perfect gift of universal
le knows each hallowed mound
and at his pleasure.
Marshals the sentinels of earth
O'er their repose kiud uature heaps
Fanned by soft winds which
'round them gently sigh.
W. R. C. Pres. Cor.
Advertise and Win
The men who enjoy the largest
measure of success in business are
the men who "see their way clear"
to ventures ami expenditures which
to the timid fellow seems unwar
ranted. Especially is this true
about advertising investment.
Money spent in advertising is the and now."
best kiud of investment, Its re- The Liquor Problem By the
turns are immediate, steady and Committee ot ritty. A summary
generous. Depend upon it that the of investigations concerning the
merchant who wauts quick returns physiological aspects of the liquor
and wauts to grow out of the petty, problem by a committee of fifty
Books just in;
The Crossing Churchill.
The Great Pacific Coast Enoch.
Twelve thousand miles iu the Gold
en West, being an account of life
and travel in the Western states of
North and South America, from
California, British Columbia and
Alaska, to Mexico, Panama, Peru
and Chile, and a study of their
physical and political conditions.
the Coming People Dole. "I
would not write for young people,
and for those who never mean to
grow old, who wish for plentiful
life for life that shall not only be
rich and joyous, but trtie, pure,
honorable, noble and reverent. 1
would show what such life is, here
All members were present nt the
regular meeting of the city council
Tuesday evening, with the excep
tion of Alderman Perrinc, who is
on n visit iu Eastern cities. Mayor
muck presided as usual.
A petition tor a fire hvdmtit nt
the corner of Polk and Willamette
boulevard was received. The wa
ter and light committee reported
mat me nytirant was scarcely need
ed at this time, owing to the fact
that there were other hydrants near
at hand, and ou motion of Alder
man Ilorsman the petition wits not
A resolution directing the cngin
ccr to prepare the rctptisite data for
the improvement of 1-illinorc street
from Philadelphia to St. Johns avc
nue was atlopted on motion of Al
Several property owners of South
Urawford street objected to the five
per cent, grade on the street nud
also to the opening of the street nt
the present time. As the lowest
grade proposed is more than six
per cent., nud as the street has al
ready been opened, matter was or
On motion of Alderman Hill. At
torncy Geo. J. Perkins was allowed
Tioo for his services on the Willatn
ctte boulevard case, ami his bill for
too for services iu the ferry bond
election rejected, ou the ground
that the ferry company should pay
mis nut instead ot the city.
nuis amounting to .t.im.sh were
allowed on motion of Alderman
Davis; all yes.
Upon recommendation of the
water and light committee, the fol
lowing hydrants were ordered in
stalled, upon motion of Alderman
lllll: One at the corner of Central
avenue and St. Johns avenue; cor
ner of Hayes ami St. Johns avenue:
corner of Jersey ami St. Johns nve
nue; corner Holbrook and Central
A directorytcsolution wawadont-
ed for the improvement of St. Johns
avenue from Jersey street to Cent
ral avenue, by grade and walk, on
motion ot Mr. Hill.
Attorney Stroud reported that he
had been iu communication with
the nttomeys of the water comnanv
nud had asked them to show that
the rates now charged were not ex
orbitant, as they had claimed, but
had received no reply, ami scnrcelv
expected nuy. He thought drastic
measures ought to be taken; that
the engineer should make an esti
mate of the value of the utilities of
the company and then the council
ass an ordinance establishing n
rate upon the basis of valuation as
estimated by the eagineer. and pro
viding n penalty for violation of
couucilmatiic established rates. It
would then be up to the water com-
wiiy, tie said, to prove that the
rates now charged were not exor-
)itaut, Alderman Hill said he be-
ieved the rates were exorbitant and
should be readjusted, Ou motion
of Alderman lliller the engineer
was directed to secure the data nntl
the attorney to draft nu ordinance
establishing a new rate based ou
the engineer s findings; carried.
Alderman Ilorsman asked that
au ordinance be drafted prohibiting
the shooting of fire crackers ou the
Fourth of July. Matter was held
over until next week,
Alderman Jennings believed that
rear exits should be ordered made
ou the skating rink and one or two
other buildings iu the city where
crowtls congregate. The attorney
was directed to look up the matter
and report next week.
An ordinance assessing the cos,t
f improving Edison street from
Burlington to Richmond was passed
ou motion of Alderman Hiller.
Miotic Columbia fit
First Natlonnl Bank building.
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
No. 33 To Ezra Hinds to erect
dwelling on Allegheny street be
tween Fessenden and Olympia;
No. 34 To IV. L. Rogers to
erect a dwelling on Allegheny street
between Fessenden and Olympia;
No. 35 To W. J. Galloway to
erect a dwelling on Allegheny street
between Banks street and the coun
ty road; cost $1000.
There is no real need of anyone
being troubled with constipation.
hand-to-mouth existence must ad
Advertising brings you more
business, increases your re
ceipts and enables you so to adjust
your business as really to increase
your percentage of profit and at the
same time sell at a lower price than
before advertising. Think of that
saving money to your patrons
the while you increase your income.
And as your business grows you
will have to advertise more to main
tain your trade. Advertising thus
means more advertising, more re
ceipts for you and more prosperity
for the agency which help3 you to
If you are not advertising in the
Review now, you ought to be; if
Chamberlain's Tablets will cause you try an advertisement once you
an agreeable movement of the bow
els without any unpleasant effect.
Give them a trial. For sale by all
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DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evenings nnd Sundays by Ap
pointment, Office Phone Columbia 140
Resilient Phone Columbia 38
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D.
I'hysicinn 11 ml Surgeon.
Day & Night Ofllco In McChcaney bile
St. John. - Oregon.
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D
Residence, C97 DawBon Street
Office, Filter Block.
University VatU, Portland, Oregon.
PERRY C. STROUD
Pint Natlonnl Dnnk Building
ST. JOI INS . . . OREGON
0. .1. GATZAIYER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOI INS . . OREGON
Wc bitv or sell St. Johns Property
MCKINNUY & DAVI5
List your projivrly with iih if you
desire to sell miicklv
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
l'Oll HSTIMATH8 ON
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING
drop curd to
H. M. Snlterlce, St. Johns, Or.
AM, WtJKK til AKANTICItl)
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
Wo dllllvor VOUf L'oodrt to mill from
nil pnrU of Portland. Vnncouvcr. Linn
ton, Portland nnd Suburban lixpross
Co., city clock nnd nil DolttU accessible.
by wuuon. Piano und furniture moving
Office Phone Columbia 24
Resilience Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
ami Storage Co.
Piano Moving n Specialty. Haul
ing done to and from Portland
Residence .oo Enst Richmond
Office 103 North Jersey Street
ST. JOHNS GARAGE
II I II. llurlliiKtoii Street
Automobile KcwiriiiK "d VhIchiiIJiik
We etui xt hi Auto Tire of all kind
lllcvclo nnd (leneral Uenalrtnir
ill coimoctloii. New and MNHimf Imud
hlcyt'lm for mW. Illcyclw tire in Mock.
J. M. ami V. I'. WIM, I'ropi.
1'lionv Columbia 5H7,
CAMP 773 V. O. VV.
1 ilia ia
Por a short time I will
my machine iu St. Johns,
ine Diguest nciual pnototrrapli ma
chine made. No enlargements.
Not a still 8x10 iu, but a panoramic
camera. No common photograph
er has one of these machines. Can
see work in front window of Jack
son & Thompson's drug store and
eave orders there.
Graves, the Picture Mun
Formerly 502 So. Jersey.
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE,
Whereas: It has pleased the
Heavenly Father to take from this
life the husband of Neighbor Jittery,
and the sou of Neighbor I.atidren;
therefore, be it
Resolved, Ihat we, Women of
Woodcraft.extend to these bereaved
Neighbors our heartfelt sympathy
and love iu their aflliction.
Anna G. Cauright,
11 o h il a y
I n niok
Dome 10 one no. 132
A. P. nud A. M.
011 lirt WetliiwMtawi of
ctH'li mouth Iu Odd !'!
Hull. VUitur w.
S. Cmu, IMvli, w. m.
C. (). Kog. ru, 8crtMry
Order Eastern Star
Metis l'.ary l'irl and Tliinl Tumbiy
HvmiiiK ot l'..u h Mouth iu odd Pclluw
IInll. Mrs. Stune Ko(er, 8ecrUry.
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Mecu every I'rulMy uUht ut
7:3" o'clock in I. O.O. V.
Hull. Vi.itoru Mlyay Wtil
come. V. W. MASON. C. C.
1). I'.llORSilAK, K. R.S.
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No. 18G I. 0. O. f.
ST. JOHNS, OlltCON
Meets each Monday evening In Odd Fal
lon hall at 70. A cordial welcome to
all NUmk brother.
.nth Hi M. W. A. Hall.
1'. II. GKANGKK, Sue.
See us for the Choicest Cuts of
the Best Meats Obtainable.
Order filled uud f;miil Trade Solicited.
J. P. WARD, Proprietor