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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Mnrklc, Kdilor
Published Friday of Each Week
Subscription price $1 .00 per year.
Outside of Multnomah County f2.00
per year in advance.
AUVRRTISINO Raths: 25 cent pur inch
each Insertion. Locals 6 cents per Hue.
minimum 2G cents. Spednl rates on
TiTk RitVlKW Is entered nt pott office
in 1'ortlnnl, Oregon, ns mall innnct
o( the second clans under the Act of Con
resi of March 3, 1879.
The first tangible benefit to
accrut to Portlanll from the visit
of the house committee on naval
afFairs was the Htronsly worded
telegram dispatched by the com
mittee from Seattlo Tuesday to
Chairman Hurley tlomandinj,' re
vision ofuhippintf board rules to
parmit h- immediate resumption
nf ruwtfu 1MM nn foi'oiiril COIltraCtS
of Portland shipyards and the
Hh nvnw H of the raeinc coum.
Realizing that it Is most vital
Mm itwltmt rlnl mill rommerc
welfare of the Pacific coast that
the stool and wooden sliipuuiiu
Ing yards continue in ojiuration
the! committee nrired upon
Chairman Hurley that all sin
vnr,l nn Mm flutist !)( OXtCIld'
the privilege of acceptimt private
contracts lor llio consirucuon
li.iffii-n Innvinir I'omimd
hoiisu naval alfairrf committee
oxprotwoil Murprise Hint ho many
ways were wile in tin Hiiipmiiiu
inK Plants wliun there is sucl
demand for "hips by foroiui
countrlfB. They were broujjhi
to the realization, as their inves
tlKationa proceeded, that if tin
Pacific coast yards with thuii
splendid facilities were urantot
permission loaccrpt private con
tracts the industrial unrest 01
tho Pscific Count larxely wouli
lin Hiiltlml hiwI the noriod of pros
tiuritv which this section has
iuum nninviiiL' would be eolilin
uod. They discovered no reason
why the mammoth facilities o
tho yards and tho thousands o
workmen available should not b
utilizoil. mid accordingly sent
the dispatch to Chairman Hurley
roipiostinif that tho federal re
Htriclious atrNiiiiit the shiphiiild
inr yards taklnu private con
tracts ha removed.
Holmes l.oduu No. 101, K. of
P., held an open moetiiiK last
I-Vidnv eoninir when a most in
turuHtinir time was had. A fine
program was rendered, which to
Ijotlier with Mpoechmakimr, pre
Hentation f veteran jewel
haimuutim: and ilnncinir. mailt
the ovtMilmr one to be remember
ed. Follow htr was the program:
Violin .Selection by Prof. Snwii,
assistei by Miss bmilh; voc.i
solo by Mrs. Mulkey, address by
Judi?e (Jrant H. Diminiek of Ore
iron City: presentation or vet
eran jewel toWillMtd Shepard by
,luil(ti Diminiek; duet by Misses
Cook and K-hsHI, xhllHUon uv
Cainnfire Kilis. mini.' by Prof.
Snoeduud Minn Smith; piMiiusoto
by Miss Mirl.t'Hii. (leuionstratioii
of U. S. Miiny kiih masks and ev
hibilion of inttuestinK war tro
iihies by Mr. (iuoiliiiiin. who re
contly returned frou France;
solo by Mrs. A. K. .lohimon, Solo
by Mr. Ilnnon, solo iy AUhs
Coldie Taylor, solo ami numerous
encores by Harry Fassett, nolo
by Misa Osley. address by lion.
1). C. Lewis. After which lunch
was served mid iImiumiik. followed
1 hers were MlMHit lit) uut'Sls in
The three young men who
broke the window at 1184 N.
Jurtwv Aoril 2ml Hie herein
wanted to cmII at Hint address
and settle the cost, thus SMvinu;
arrest and punishment. Hit
action was witnessed hy a man
and two ItuIlM who eau identify
the parties brotikinx the uIhhh.
lMfiAliSAIK.su Ml c.imerai are
not KODAKS: if it isn't an
ICASTMAN' it isn't a KODAK.
CUHHIN SAYS SO.
For Kent (laitigo with coment
floor and pit, also one stall for
machine, cluso in. Call Columbia
232 Saturday night or Sunday.
The Now Hrunswiok Phono
graph is the all record phono
graph without a superior.
CUHU1N SAYS SO.
I 1 '- 1
Kxchango $f00 oquity in new
five room modern bungalow for
good vacant lot; you pay balance
monthly. -McKtnnoy; phono
Columbia 2. HUf.
How about that spring" tonic?
Wo have a large variety of the
most approved formulas. CUK
KIN SAYS SO.
For Sale Cheap
A plot of ground lOOxllUO feet,
which contain twelve 50x100 foot
lots, just ncrosti the nvcr from St.
Johns, bounded by WihmI and Mills
streets. lror quick sale $1000 takes
them, which is lutu than $100 per
lot. Good terms given Call ut
High School Notes
Tho seventh termers had a
enndy pull at the home of Idrys
Weimer on Saturday, March 29.3
The boys of the Senior class
gave the Senior girls a party on
March 21). A sketch from Mac
Beth was given, after which they
A girls' athletic meeting was
held on Tuesday. Many of tho
girls gave enthusiasic talks en
couraging the others to come out
for tennis track and base boll.
There was a heated discussion
as to whether there would bo an
indoor base ball team, or both.
Much to tho regret of the
students, Mrs. Hichurds, the
Chemistry and Biology teacher
loft for Minnesota on Friday.
She was greatly missed in both
Cemistry and Biology, out oven
more so in athletic, because she
was the coach of tho girls basket
One of the most intoreiting
lectures of the term was given
to the Sociology class on Friday,
March 28, by Superintendent
Lonelier of the Boys and Girls
Aid Society of Portland. Mr.
Lonelier is a specialist in child
ren's problems. He spoko con
corninir dilfercnt classes o
children: dependent, dulintpiont
and defective, distinguishing
them by telling stories of each
On Tuesday morning, Major
Jack Hamilton gave the students
of James John a very Interest
liiir talk concerning tho orphans
of France, lie came under the
Aiisnices of the American Com
mitteo for Devastated France
fiuikinif an anneal for the adop
lion of some of these bereft
children. He himself had been
there and seen these little ones
sillier. He tells how when the
Allied armies were going thru
this town in France to the from
they saw homeless parents am
children carrying their house
hold goods on their backs. When
the Allied Armies were coming
back thru the city, retreating
before the Huns, they saw many
of the older pcoplo lying in the
roads and naslures dead, iliey
had drank the water that the
(ionium Hides of the city hat
poisoned to kill oil' the British
Army. Tho Allied Armies load
oil the children, who were yet a
live, probably because they hai
more strength than the old poo
pie, into cars and sent them to
mriiml. Hero their photo
graphs were taken so that they
coulil Do iiieutilied ny their par
cuts where they would come to
look for them.
"The best I laid schemes of
Mice mid Men gang aft agley" -
so said Burns, and even the heat
laid plans of Mark Kmbiiry were
no exceptions. Mr. hmuury tie
eided to raise hla own wife, that
ho might have her an near his
ideal as possible; then along
came Ills nephew who deciiiei
that the irir was just his ideal
and so-tliey lived lumpily ever
after. Briefly that is thu plot
f the five comedy drama which
the Senior Class will present
the High School Auditorium,
April llth and 12th. 11 was
written by Madeline Lucette
Kyley and will bo produced tin
ler the direction or Mrs. imiry
Scott. The admission price will
bo .10c including the war tax. and
neats may bo reserved after 2:30
p. m. ut Currin's, on the 8th of
The Cast Mark Kmbury.
philosopher, Charles Trumbull;
linger Cnodlake, his friend and
neighbor. John Yvulf; Captain
lieorge Lowell, his nephew,
Merle Harrington; bir Harry
fonnblestono, Gordon Avery;
Kit Baruuger. a tiddler. Kay
inouil Bredoen; Peter, Kmhury'a
servant, Hugh Whislor: Joanna
Coodlnke, wife, of tloodlake,
Nana Seely; MPs. Deborah, Kin
bury 's housoktoper, Htta Patter
son; I'eggy, umie uritain,"
(Mice Brown: Mntron, ot round
ing Hospital, Joyce Mason;
Beadle, of Foundling Hospital,
Harvi Lane; Molly, a kitchen
maid. Margaret Carr: Orphans.
of Foundling Hospital, Dorothy
ones, Iheresa Keich, Hazel
(iiviiu Fdonnor Thomas,
Cwenyth Young, Leona Ehret,
Alverda Mac Riven, Alice mown
and Fay Smith.
Farly eabbbago plants, head
ettuce plants and kalo plants
now ready tor planting in your
inrden. These plants have been
mnlened outside. Beckett's
Oivenhouse, North Kellogg
street; phone Columbia '101. 23
Hear tho world's greatest
mnsicians and entertainers any
day at CUKIUNS.
Cheap 100 aero
particulars see W.
E. Tioga; phono
ranch in tho
A. Flinn. 507
A V1CTKOLA No.XA with 8
)oublo disc records (115 selec
ions) needles, record brush and
all necessary accessories for
$1)0.80; pay $10 down and S9 per
month. This is a good combinn-
ion buy. CUKK1N SAYS SO.
Had a Big Time
On Thursday evening, March
27th, St. Johns Camp No. 75-1G,
M. W. of A. held their rally
meeting and official presentation
of the prize State banner, St.
Johns Camp having secured the
greatest number of new members
during 1018. A very nice pro
gram was arranged by tho com
mittee in charge. First, after
inviting Mr. C. II. Hart to the
piano; tho entire audience stood
up and sang the first verse of
America. Mrs. Mulkey rendered
a solo which was highly
appreciated. Master Billy Scott
gave a drum solo. Ho is but
three years old yet ho is an art
ist with the drum sticks. Mr.
C. II. Hart of Oregon Fir Camp
rendered a pleasing piano solo.
Mr. (leorge Ilaskin gnve a read
ing that brought forth great
applause. Then followed thu in
troduction of Mr. W. T. Vaughn
of Koso City Camp, who gave u
(hie siieoch and extended his
highest appreciation of tho St.
Johns Camp and tho good work
that had been done, and in con
clusion officially presented the
local Camp with the banner. Ex
Senator Miller, who is a fine
humorist, followed and held his
audience with duo regard to his
remarks. Tins closed the pro
gram and lunch was declarer
readv. consisting of cake, sand
wiches, salad and coll'ee. Kudo's
Jazz Orchestra furnished the
music, and the Homo, Sweet
Homo waltz was played at the
midnight hour. Those on the
committee were: Mrs. Amy Cor
belt. Mrs. W. D. Fairchild, Mrs.
Keod. Mrs. Zell. Mrs. G. P.
Adums, Geo. W. Muhm, A. Cum
mings and W. Kamln. The
committee was highly compli
mented upon the splendid manner
in which the entertainment was
Success Not Startling
Ever since Joshua hadu tho sun
To stand still,
Men have been endeavoring to
Bv laws and commands,
But their success has not been
In fact it has boon scarcely
But that will not prevent
Their cheerfully making more
And uttering a new Hood of
Whenever any of them happens
To ncotiiro a thimDloiui ot
Nobody likos to admit it,
But when a law becomus dis
The hoi polloi merely ignore it
in lac l
While most likely praising its
And all of us are that kind of
More or loss rather more than
If the law impose insurmount
Ami we must perforce, obey,
Wo tlo it in harduoss of spirit.
I he cow that's fenced in.
Never changes her mind about
Ihe tyranny of tho lonce
Nor about tho pastures boing
On thu other sule.- h..
For Sale-Six room modern
house, full lot, full cement base
ment, fi miu. walk from center
ot St. Johns; price $2000. part
luish. call ill) Dickons street.
nn MTNT rrf. at this office
v mr ft i n i if rvtivr K
UO XOU Help I'AI Ulli J
KENT I'or This UU I
of TOWN Palace?
The merchant who pays this
EN01M0US KENT docs uot
siieml a dollar in this town.
Build up YOUlt OWN TOWN
by trading with the HOME
He'll till every want, and you
WON'T REMOVE THE DOL
LAR from circulating here.
r H RENTAL r Ffl
Trpsiooo. h m
iiav Your Eyes Examined
You are in efficient n Your Eyes.
I ex iininr .yes ttlthor; the tilt tf drugsby
tin. roti ,h i.ii'thotls ni ' with the latest
If ik)- :l)le mnkenii appointment.
200.7-8 iiWtUANt) flLOG.
riflli uml Wiiilil.istoii Streets
Eggs! .Eggs! Eggs!
If you nr. lookine. lor Winter Lay
ers, get yuiir eggs from
Till: ST. JOHNS POULTRY PAMI
We Iihvc n few more settings to
sell of While Leghorns at $1.50 per 15
The St. Johns Poultry Farm
001 AllfKhiny Slrert
St. Johns Car. Portland, Oregon
DoafnosM Cannot Do Cured
.y ui(illiil.n. 'li. y eaiiiiot im'h
.1).. !. i ,1 H.rll.tu ' 'r. TlHTi' l
only ittir may lo ur ti. nn. H. nml Oml IB
b I .iliUIUlll I .in ! lli'Hfn.M l
. I l.y mi Inrtnm. .1 .ilil-iii nt mil
r.,ii li'ilim r IHt Until.' Win Tub. VI;n
I hla iiiif In hi lU m. 'I Ii.tvr a rumbllUK
uni or lM.i.-rfnl hfurmif nml wlifti II I;
rllllr. I I'luartt. IMtlllfM in III" rriUlt. nml
hiiIm 'li.' liitMlHtttill. "in lx' Inheii iwl
ml Oil iul rlttinl t.. In n..nnl cm ill.
H..H, l. nrltiif Hill Iw tlittr.tyitl fur.vri nln
,k. .iii t.f in nr fH I'f t'nlnrrli,
Hlilih it miililns I hi i nn iniUmul onJItKm
or 11k inwnii urftirf
W- Hill Kiv On llun.irr.l tollnri for mty
Tiff ( IhMfnm (mtii by vtilnrrlil llit
fHH.. l.' rurnt ly II. Hi Cnurrli Cur.
Html tor ilrrulm. frt
V J I'llK.NIIV 0.. TnlfJo, Ohio.
U..I.I l.v IM.Hylala
Tak Hull l'mll) I'Ult for conitlpttlon.
TintiiiK Hiiit liitiitu Work n Specialty
All wink tfiiHMiiU'tit
Kt.titn.il tniiite without charge
L. CYUUs. iwss. rflnction mkci
t'hiMii' Ctiliiiiilti i i':i
Wc haul any tliinu, any time, any
place. Prices reasonable
D.ulv Tnpk to 1'ortUml
r- r. l'llDIIC
enquire, ju n. jersey ai. o.iuini.m a:7
Wood of all kinds
l'rUi Uvmhi.iI. i i'p-uitit Service
AllKls CiOAUCKL: JZhi
Day or Job Large or Smal
ihon coi. iu3 912 So. Syracuse St
St. Johns Fuel Co.
w. c. sriiCK, lMtof.
ylLk KIAD OF WOOD
I'h. i.i volumbiti tUS
101 luist Richiuond Street
EDA10NDSON & CO.
Plumhlnjr, llentluK & Tinning
Wc Repair Aluminum Ware
rhonc Col. t2
S. Jersey St.
J. R. WEiMER
Transfer and Storage
W duliver your good to and fro a
ll p?u of rot t!mT, Viuieouyer. Unn
ton, Portland rul Suburban bxprati
Co., city dooV and ill point accouibli
W wvron. riaiw bid fkkura nUf
Notice of Hearing Final Account of
In the Couutv Court of the State of
Ouxoii, f.r tin- Cuuutv of Miiltiioumh.
hi thi' ui.iltt r tit e l!t.ito of I'ctcr
Aut eii. ileeeawil
Notu-e i liervhv uiven that Anna C
Autiii, ,i f iuin of the lust will ami
U-.t.itin iit of IVicr Autzcn. ileoeaswl, has
liU. I Uli tin Couutv Clerk of Multno
null County, Uitoii, her tinal account as
such ecctitri. ami u supplvnient there
U. .liitl lUrtt Jloiul.iy, .May 3. y:3U A. M.,
191$. in IVpartun-tit of the County Court,
at the Court House of Multuomah County,
has ten fixetl bv Hon. Georjje Tazxreil,
County J ml se of s.iil county ami tate.
a? time ami un.l place for hwuitij object
ions, if ti , to saiil iiccouul, nml the
tueut of the sduie, nml distributing
iropcriv brlouieiuir to wbl estute.
.nv iH-ron h.iii!i; objections to sid ac-
couui uiay be ucml at the time and place
ANN' A C Al'TZllN, lUecutrix.
Attorneys for Kxecutrix.
NaU tha lib I n your ff
The Man or Woman
who has no music In hit soul is the object
of tome biting witlrc by Shncspenre.
Nine out of every ten people love music.
Some can muke it for themselves; others
can afford to go to the opera. 13 ut all
can hear the metropolitan artists without
leaving their own home. The STRAD
AVARIA solves the problem.
St. Johns Phonograph Company
317 N. JERSEY STREET
my family being
located permanently in New York,
they have prevailed upon me to pull
stakes; so here goes to dispose of all
of my St. Johns property, some of
5 Room house, -10x100 lot $1250,
G Room house, 90x100 lot$lG00,
5 Room I'oustf, iiilern, '10x90 lot
$lf 30, $250 ' 3wn.
5 Itootn liotif ui dern, 50x100
lot $2250, $250 down.
5 Room house, mo lern, 50x100
lot $2500, $500 down.
Sonic of llirse have hanlsiirface
streets, ulley, fruit trees and on car
Husiaess property on easy terms
and acreage in different parts of thr
Stnte at $10 per ticie on rny terms.
Just gelling over the "Hit" nmi
, until I am able to be nt my office,
101 So. Jersey Street, cull up my
home Mrtin -17M.
a we do it practically make old tire
new. It cut down tire cxpeim-ft to nn
nktoulihliif! extent. Don't ciu your
old tire. Slid tluiil here. We will
vulcanize nml reKiir them mi dii will
not lmve to tliink of Kcllink' neiv tire
for 11 lonj time to come.
National Vulcanizing Works
205 S. JERSEY ST.
St, Johns. Oregon
Thirteen years In the busi
ness in St. Johns.
List your Properly witli Us
Wc Alakc Sales
S. C. Cook
402 N. Jersey Street
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the Slat- of
Oregon for the Countv of Multnomah.
In the mutter of the' Itsmte of. K, W.
Notice is hereby Kiven of the death of
K, V, McKeon. ami that the uuderii:n.
tsl has lieen duly upixiiuted administra
trix of his estute by the County Jmlue of
Multnomah County, Oreeou. ami has
tpialified. All persons having claims a
gainst the estate of said decedent are ill
recttM to present Mine to the undersign
ed, verified as required by law, at the
office of her attorneys. I'erkins c llailey,
1117 Hoard of Trade lluildiiiK. Portland,
Oreeou, within six mouths from the date
of the first publication of this notice, to
wit; l'riday, March 21, 1919.
I.Ol'ISK A. RICK. Administratrix.
Attorneys for Administratrix,
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of Ore
on for the Couutv of Multnomah.
In the matter of the lUtate of William
C, Williams deceased,
Notice is liereby Ktveu of the death 1 1
William C. Williams and that the under
signed has been dulv appointed admiiiH
tratrix of his estate by the Countv Im'cc
if Multnomah County, Oregon, and has
qualified. All persons having claims a-(.-aiust
the estate of said decedent are di
rected to present the s.uue to the un.lcr
signed, duly verified, as by law required,
ut the ottice ot tier attorneys, i'erkins
iiailey, tll7 Hoard ot Traile tmiltliug.
rortland, Oreuou, within six mouths
from the date of the first publication of
this notice, to-wtt: I'ridav, March 21,
LAURA WILLIAMS. Administratrix.
Attorneys for Administratrix,
JOSEPH iMcCHESNEY, Al.D.
Office Room 5
Peninsula Bank Building
lours 9-io a. in.; 15 p. m. ami
Office phone Col. 25.1; Reus. 910
NoU tha Ubal on your papar.
If you intend making alterations to
your home this spring you will need
paint, nails and other materials that are
usually kept in a general hardware store.
' This store is well equipped to take care
of all your hardware wants in a satis
factory manner and at reasonable price.
Call in and get our prices.
Is youv ice box 'strictly up-to-date? If it is not shove
it out and get a new one; it is a necessity. You see, pro
per "air drainage" is necessary in an ice box. This keeps
the food fresh and prevents the breeding of poisonous
"germs." Open tho door of your refrigerator and if there
is the least "smell" buy a new sanitary one. You'll save
enough in foods that won't spoil and ice enough in one
season to pny for it. And you'll save expensive doctors'
bills. I know. Your friend- -HELEN.
P. S. They have all sizes of the boxes at
H. F. CLARK, the Furniture Man
400-402 S. Jorsoy St.
Store closes at S P, Al. Saturdays, other days nt 6:30 P. Al. '
Its your own JaufH
tj you get mug, 2
"Your own horsc
sense ought to tell
you what is the best
value when n small
chew of Real Grave
ly tastes so good,
and lasts so much
longer than a big
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
Beautiful gray or
black adult casket,
hoarie, box 2 autoi'
embalming nnd refin
ed service for ,
-MlM.r, K TRACE Y
Funerals if U-uul for 20. $30, i0, ?C0. Higher priced funerals in pro
jvrtan. We manufacture caskets. Lady assistant.
Utr.iutiful funeral chapel.
MILLER & TRACEY
Main 2691 Independent Funeral Directors A 7885
Washington at Ma Street, Between 20th and 21st Street, West Side
ST. JOHNS BRANCH OFFICE
W. A. ANDREWS, Representative
G14 Ciotral Ave
chew of ordinary
Good taite, smaller chew,
longer life is what makes Gen
uine Gravely cost leutoeliorr
than ordinary plug.
for loolltt qh htwti plug
Phone Columbia 888