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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Mnrklc, Kditor
Published Evory Friday
Subscription prion $1.00 peryenr.
Tim R.KVI8W is cnlcred at post office
In Portland, Oregon, ri mall matter
of tlie accond class under the Act of Con
gress of March 3, 1879.
Advertisers and nil others
having articles for publication
in next week's Review are rc
auested to have their copy in
this office not later than Tue
day cvoninir of next Wfok. Ow
ins to the fact that Friday next
is election day, and in order to
irive candidates an opportunity
to toll what they have to say to
the voters through the uoview
before that event lakes place
this paper will iro to press
couple of days early next week
United States Attorney Hnney
has issued a warning to all tin
naturnlizcd German women ad
monishing them to remain away
from the water front, (locks ant;
railroad terminals tinder penalty
of being interned until the close
of the war. Under the I'ros
dent's proclamation, issued re
cently, all women subjects o
Germany wero placed in the
Bame class as men German
aliens and the same restriction
as to their movements now
apply. Neither can these wo
men change their place of resi
dence without obtaining a per
mit from the United States At
When men like Frank A. Klco
are willing to sacrifice their
time in serving the stato as
Representative at tlui nitiftu
salary of three dollars per day,
the people should vote for them
unanimously. Mr. Rice's ex
ceptional fitness for the position.
and his genial good nature and
sterling character will undoubt
edly run his vote high with
those who know him. A vott
for Frank A. Rice is a vote for
butler government and butter
Mr. Rice has resided in St
Johns for a tiiuiuiur or year
coming here from Mason City.
Iowa. He served most olliciently
anil raiiiuuiiy Tor Hurt1 year
as City Recorder of the former
city of Si. Johns, and one year
as (my Treasurer. I'or hi'vcimI
years he has been pri'sident and
cashier of the Kintt Trust and
Savings Hank of Kiwi SI. Johns.
His fitness and general qualifi
cations for the olllco are iimpies
tioned. Ho status that ho will
support and introduce )gih
tion protecting legitimate busi
ness and encouraging nhipbuilil
ing and immiifiu'tiiring citlfr
prison with the aim of ereatint'
additional and permanent pay
rolls and industrie for Oregon;
will support laws punishing
sedition acts, and will support
till measure tending toward
conservation and taking care
of our soldiers and sailors in
winning the war; advocate good
roads constructed economically
with thu aid of the Federal
Government. A vote for Frank
A. Rico for Representative will
in no wise be misplaced. Freak
laws and pernioioin Itghlntiox
have no chance with nn'it oi
Mr. Rico's calibre serving H
t Peninsula Security Go,
First National Bank Building '
Advertisements under this head
in;; one cent n word, Minimum
charge 25 cents.
For Sale by Owner Modern 7 room
house, lot 110x110, fruit trcw, etc; terms
reasonable. Within walking distance of
ship yard. Inquire 709 Amherst street.
I'or Sale Setting Hkks, White Leg
horns and Rhode Island Reds, thorough
brcds, f 1.C0 per setting. Call 83-1 North
Switches made to order from comb-lUKs.-ClG
15. Tyler street. 25
l'or Sale Six room house, full lot,
modern, on main street adiriliiini; busi
ness district of St. Johns. Price $2000;
1 100 down, balance f2Q per month, six
per cent interest, call nl this oflice.
ror baic uy Uwncr Two Houses: tio
njjeuts; cusy monthly payments. Phone
Columbia 2G1). 22tf
l'or Sale Kxtctision Law Course, run
sonnblc price, terms. Call Columbia 805
l'or bale Six room house, lot 50x100;
Vi 1(. Moliawk. 25
i'or Sale in St. Johns Two three-room
nouses and over cilit full lots, ;ood lo
cation, cement sidewalks, curbs, graded
tirccis maimed lor only ynw, terms,
See HiM Minn. Tnlmr fi.'.r.h '1t(
SEE YOUR LOCAL
Iu your search for bar
gains and savings you can of
ten do best right here at home.
We frequently undersell the
large stores of Portland and
give you the same values. If
you haven't traded here be
fore come and be convinced.
201 N, Jersey St,
on duty at Camp Lowiri.tind now
.1 Company Commander in the
Oregon Military Police.
St. .IoIiiih people Hhoulil not
overlook the practicability of
having two llopresentativeH
from St. Johns serving in the
Legislature at the next session.
I'or the llrst tune in its history
this community has the oppor
tunity of voting for two local
men for the position I). C.
Lewis and Frank A. Hice. Mr.
Lewis has served two terms in
that capacity, and has a faculty
of going after and getting
things. An instance of such
ability is evidenced by the an
uexalion of St. .IoIiiih to Port
land, it being largely through
Mr. Lewis' elForts that such
consolidation was brought about,
a fact which he points to with
a great deal of pride. Among
the good measures that he was
iirgely instrumental in brinir imr
about was the iilacing of the
Columbia Slough under the
jurisdiction of the Port of Port
land. I' rank A. Kice is a well
known business man of marked
ability. The Peninsula nutj
need legislation benellcial to it
and two local men serving as
tepresentntivos would lie a
good thing to have. A high
bridge across the Willamette at
St. .lolinw is one of the things
that should he authorised and
nwiatwl by the Legislative
Oily, lhere are twelve to be
lected from Multnomah county;
.'111 not elect two of them from
Oood Second hand Sewing machines for
rent. 11. v. unrit. tf
l'or Side Confectionery nlorc and
lunch room lining n fine business. Good
reason for selllnt;; i;ood location, Call
at this oflice. tf.
l'or Sale Six room modern house, lot
buxiuu, some iruit. A fjooil home at n
reasonable price. Terms will be fjlven.
(.mi iiia iNoitn fiiinm ave. ti
l'or Sale 1H room boardlui! house, low
price, easy terms, central location; C'Jli
iinrvurd street, corner l'lske, phone Co.
l'or Sale by Owner Who Is Colng Hast
noiuc and 101, 7 rooms, cement base
ment, furnace, all modern conveniences.
Alv two vacant lots. Call nt J20 South
Jersey street. if
l'or Sale I'ivc room house, plastered
111. 1 in k'xm! condition, well built, lot
100x12(3, on .Smith avenue. Price J2100.
lerius. (.all nl tins ollice.
I'or Sale- 5 room home, well etil
ped, u"oit location on North Willamette
boulevard, txiHimeiit. nice yard, lot 5ox
loo. Price JlOfxi. Apply at this office.
Itlcctrle Vacuum Cleaner fur rent. 1
I'. Clark. If
I'or trade l'our line lots 11111I liHiilirn
bungalow, well lnted, for farm. In.
ijiilte itt this olhre. tf.
I'nr SU or Trade M II and 12 In
1 1. 1 111, loilt-ur Addition to Si. tohns.
jln. iIi.mii, ImI, flo month, or will trade
l.r litim luoiK'rty. full tin olliie. tf
I'or Suit TIMif and four IiiImdii North
Sxr.u- . Mntt Call at till oincf. tf
all a a
watiU'd wine awaKe ener
getie, temperate men, lifltoJM)
years of age to deliver and col
led from town and country cub
miners. First class references
and fcfiOO bond required. Per
manent position and good com.
pensauon to right party. Ad
dress S. Liverniore, box 8lf,
ltesidonts of St. Johns having
taxes and city lions to pay in
Portland can make the r tinv-
ments without inconvenience by
availing themselves or our ser
vices. We will pay same and
secure your receipt without in
convenience to you. Fee, 25
cents. References: Any St.
First Trust & Savings
OF ST. JOHNS
1302 East Fessendcn Street
Phone Columbia 10G
Officers and Directors
K. A. PICE, President and Cailifer
II. HENDERSON, Vice President
CEO. I. UUOOKS. Secretary
P. S. DCEHNUECIIER
Four per cent interest
paid on time and sav
Rentals mul Rcntnis
Estate L a is
Your OPPORTUNITY to elect a TRAINED' man to head your state
government, one who has never before been in politics, who is a staunch
friend of the workingman, who has a successful business record of
twenty years, whose energy lias made him a worker, whose experience
has made him builder, whose training has made him a thinker, and
whose ability has made him a leader;
YOUR OPPORTUNITY to elect THIS type of man Governor of Oregon
is found in
LI C I M DCfM (Republican) Candidate for the nomination for
. J. OllViroVJI Governor in the Primary Pridny, May 17, 1 91 8
AMERICANISM PATRIOTISM PROGRESS
DEVELOPMENT ' EFFICIENCY SOCIAL JUSTICE
"YOUR KIND OF A MAN FOR GOVERNOR"
1'ald Ail, Ntutilliy Aliiipton for Oovcrmr League 411 Selling UuIMIiik I'utlliti 1 OttRjn
1 raijtier't1--v-A.V A -
W. W. McCredie
A. W. IwM'FHKTY,
Final legislative action la;,
been taken on the sedition bill
KivitiK the (lovornnu'iit broad
new powers to punish tllsloial
acts and utterances. Ailoptn r
0 conference report alreadi an
pro.ed by the Senate, thelloui
sent to the President for his I
Hi'iruutiiro the measure which has (
been before Coiires for weeks,
assailed as a menace to I re t
speech and ehumidoued as is
sential to order at home durinr'
thu wnr. The President Is t s i
pected to siirn the bill promptly
Penalties of 20 years' imprison
ment or a tine of $10,001). or
both, are provided in (he bill
for those convicted of uttering
or printing seditious, abusive,
profane, scurrilous, contempt
uous or aluisivo language about
the United States or the Govern
ment or thu form of govern
ment or the ilag and l'or those
who are convicted ot favoring
Germany or her allies in the
ill Meat C.
For Congress May 17.
Johns Hank.- Peninsula Title,
Abstract and Koalty Co., by II.
Henderson. Manager: -lOli North
(.arus oi iniuiKH notices are
charged for at the rate of liftv
cents each. Persons desiring to
nave such notices published
fiiioiiiii muse a note or this.
I' or bale by Owner Modern 7
room house, lot 110x111), fruit
trees, etc: terms reasonable.
Within walking distance of ship
yarn. Jiupuro vuu Amherst
Wanted Furnished rooms for
light house keeping, no child
ren. i O. box L'lH).
ror ouio uireo tiuartor ron
bed, spring and mattross, never
neen used, nm Uswego street.
I'orbale Golden West sweet
corn that has been tested, -10c
per pound.- Oil) H John street;
puone uoiumuia Yll,
I Will Vote for the Right
I Will Oppose the Wrong
Republican Candidate for
Department No. 6
Served one term as Prosecuting At
Five years on the Iteiich.
1 wo yenr.' in Loiij;res
Number 52 on
A. W. Lallorty. who is nurninHt
KnUorism and Prussianism, and
who is wMiing to give ins life.
and, more reluctantly, the lives
oi worthier sons of American
mothers to deftat and crush
rriHsiaiusm forever, pd adv.
Kvory man in Class 1 of the
selective draft is called upon to
attend a special sectional uut
ing. if possible at the Portland
Auditorium on Thursday eve
ning, May. 23. The meeting is
held in conjunction with Ore
gon's llrst War Conference, '
scnouuieii in rortinnd for May
22 and 211. The gathering of men
who soon will be ealleo into ac
tive service is at the request of
the wnr department. At this
meeting, men sent direct from
the war department in Washing,
ton will address the meeting,
telling of some interesting facts
in connection with the selective
service program during the sec
ond year of war. Just what
happens at the training camp
when the boys first arrive and
Borne of the things that thoy
may expect will be related by
Captain Harry E. Williams who
was for many years with thoi
Oregon National Guurd, recently
II Yon Wist It Sill
Property at right prices
list it with us.
If You Want to Buy
Property at right prices
call and sec us,
S. C. Cook
102 N. Jersey Street
D. C. LEWIS
Ballot No. 88
Republican Candidate For Rc-clcc-
Twelve to be Ulected from
More Ships and More Indus-1
tries for Portland
A. W. ORTON
Republican candiCate for the tiomi-
Dcpt No. 4
Stands For n Principle.
Not a Scramble For OFFICE.
Number 84 on Ballot
IAI RF.L LODGE
No. IS6 I. 0. O. r
! IOIISV (MlffiOfl
UtU n h Moi J. lvai.u la Odd
loni hull l Hmw. A cordial welcmiir m
II I. VM.ir. XoUW tiinit.l
e o ChHtchlll VkrOfHl
M I, CoflMUMV Hk r
M. Ilmtitwk IMh Nt
II I' Clmk Tif
IIOLMIS LODGE NO. tot
KMOIHS Or I'VUIIAN
Mucin everv l'rlilv iiijjltt t
r:l O CKHTk III IIIV.KM.K
Mull. Vlllir nlH)'i wc'
V. It. HVItNS C C
oomc Loor.i: no. n?
A. f'. unil A. M.
.Mcitu tliv lirM mnl tlilnl
Wliie4vof each nioiilli
in lllckm-r' Hall. 'M
J. N.IMIcfK-ii W. M.
A. W. lUvl StHTflrtry
St. Johns Gamp No. 7546 J
Modern Woodmen of America. I
We hoartily solicit the attend-
ance of our members at one rev.
ularmootings. every Thursday
r.voning. u. w. iUuhm, Consul.
Knights and Ladies of Security!
ll f t emm- i
OI. AlUIIIlM (llllltll itltt
Kcuillx llildlic llicctlni! lkt mul 3nl
Mniulayn, OiH'ii mcctlnui to ttie ihiIiIk-
nuil iiitimlicr 2iul mul Itli Minhlnyn, Vn
Itor nml members conliullv invltcl in
II. I,. Campbell, Pres.
!. H. Moreitig, Secretary
Woodmen Ol the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet ev'ery Thursday evening in the
I. 0. 0. V. Hall, Lenvitt and Jersey
Mreets. isitors always welcome.
I.. I.. TliliUNG.C.e,
V. li. COON. Clerk.
Of All Kinds Wanted
in i . .
riuwiiig, narrowing, .Moving or
baulitig cf any nature.
W. J. BENTLGY
515 U. Folk Street.
1'hoiie Columbia S09.
ihune WoodUwu 6300.
uiul Repairing u Specially
W. C. jrsTICK C02 Ski.lmore Street ,
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT j
III the County Court of the State of '
Oregon, for the County of Mult no mall, !
In the matter of the estate of Adaliue
M. Martin, ileceasetl. i
Notice is hereby given that the under-' (I
signed, ilubelle V, Gordon, ndministra-1 K
tnx of the etate of Adaliue M, .Martin, 1
leceasetl, lms filed her final account in "
the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the Couutv of Multnomah, and that
Tuesday, the 2Ut day of May. 191$, at
the hour of 9:30 u. m. of said day, at the
Court House at l'ortlaud. iu said County !
and State, has been aproiiited at the ,
time and place for the hearing uf objec
tioiu to said final account and the set-'
MA1IISU.H V. GORDON.
Administratrix of tbi estate of Ad
aliue M. Martin, deveascd.
Sidney Gordon. AM Gerliuger bldg.
Attorney for the Itstate.
IXite of first publication April 19, 191S;
last publication May 17, 191S.
! PAR EXCELLENCE
Loins, ronsts, steaks,
chops, and everything
in incuts, with a guar
antee of perfect con
dition. The prime pro
ducts of the market.
Specials every day
worthy of a little tour
of curiosity around
Fresh Pork Hack Bones 10c lb. 3 lbs for 25c
Veal Breasts for filling 20c lb.
Shoulder of Veal Roasts 25c lb.
Leg of Veal Roasts 25c lb.'
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
HARRY IMBODEN, Prop.
Phone Columbia si WE DELIVER oq N. Jersey Street
Beautiful oray or
black adult oaiket,
hoarse, .box, 2 autos
embalming and refin
ed eervlce for
MIU 1 R TRUIiV
Funeral if desired for f 20 30. f 10, $G0. Higher priced funeral in pro
portion, c manufacture caskets, I.ady assistant.
Ileautifut funeral cliajel,
MILLER & TRACEY '
Main 2691 Independent Funeral Directors A 7B8S
Washington at Ella, Street, Between 20lli and 21st Street, West Side
ST. JOHNS BRANCH OFFICE
W. A. ANDREWS, Representative
til l Cu tra! Ave. N
Phone Columbia 88S
uriug tn your Job printing whlul
jrou think of It. Don't wait uuttl you
ro wntlrely out. Wo are equipped
o turn out uat aud taatjr prtntln
vruuiMtlT ! TorllanJ brieve nr
Nota the label on your paper.
On Republican Primary Ballot
Vote No. 75 for
M. J. CLOHESSY
0. W. HOSFORD
Republican Candidate For
18th Representative District
COMPRISING MULTNOMAH COUNTY
Tor Sale or Trade 15 acres in famous
Hood Kiver Valley.
About 15 acres in commercial orchard.
About 15 acres in hay laud.
About 15 acres uucleared land.
About 100 yards from high school.
About mile from church, postoftice,
two stores, meat market, etc.. I mile
from depot; two good spriugs on the
place, an exceptional location for a
small dairy and hog aud fruit raising,
nuking an ideal couutry home for n
man with family. Will sell on easy
terms or trade for St. John property.
l'or further details and iuforuiitiou,
inquire at this office.
Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs
1111 Ker'-y Streit. at I'uierson
A IHW 1ACIS
1. The ij'i'i si established undertaking
uusiuess nor. u ol ttlloll sireci.
2. .Mr. Clumbers is the ouly G.'a. R.
undertaker iu ihe city of Portland.
3. Mr. Keuwonby is an acknowledged
expert in embalming, Demi surgerv and
4. Why liave your beloved dvceasetl
taken through the cougostwl business
districts wheu ptirfeet serviee ami right
prices may be obtaiuetl in your own
If my work pleases you; please'
tell your friends. If not, toll
me. Kofiers. 202 N. Jersey
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by o.ii jpp;i, ii t, ii,ey oannot rach
ihe Ui..s, 4 p.,ri, ,, 0f ht. far Thr It
v-Uy on, wy to u,. Uam.M, anj (hit U
lv . , mtiiulluM i! r, ,1, l.(nrj Is
ui.i.a by aa liul.un. J i..i..uiian of the mil
'L iiilng ih. l.uii i. iiiun Tub. Whin
tbi ub 1 iaHu,.,.i ,u have rumbllnr
saun.1 ..r lutprrr. .'1 h and in It la
.nilrrly ilo.rd. ikj.fn.M , Ihv rsault. and
unir.t ih laaaiuwailun tan be taken out
mi! i hi tjU' r.nur.j n. u, norinal conjl.
tioa. n.arlaic will t Jmroy.,1 iorVfr: nlna
fV.'V V' t lR ' ""a by Catarrn.
aieh la natalnc but an inlUmrd condition
of tn mueous aurfaNa.
. "l giy On lluadr.d rtollara for any
lit. . i'a l"ul Uy catarrbl that
aaot W euri-4 by Haifa Catarrh Cura.
tad tat ainulata. frr.
r J. CHB.VKV & CO.
. .Mr initiili. Ti
TuW flail' Pamliy
Illlt for conatloatloa.
Go to the Auto Repair Compa
ny. 207 South Jersey street, for
your auto, motorcycle and bicy
cle repairs and supplies. Autos
for hire. Phono Coumbia 727. 1
A Rood razor is a daily joy.
Curnn's have the Rood kinds.
If you have anything to sell,
try our Penny-A-Word Column.
To ascertain the exact cost count
each word, initiul or abbreviation,
Not tha Ubl on your papar.