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Sparing the Rod
3lonor Tlttonl, who la Italian minis
ter of foreign affairs In the new Ital.
KEPT R0M U. S.
Washington. Viscount Iithll, formor
Jniiinc(i nmbnstKidor to llio United
Statcn, kept from Hccrotnry I.nimlnn
tliu mot Hint Jnpnn liml Bticrot trcntlo
with thu nlllim for division or Chilians
territory raptured from (Jerinnny, I.on
xliiK told tliu nnnnto foralfin ralntlnna
commlttcn, In rimuinliii? hi tuMtlinony
on thn treaty.
Arthur llnlfotir nml Lord ItondlnK
nlso kept allonl nliout Ilrltiiln'ri nccrot
treaty with Jlipnii whan limy wuro In
this country, I.imimIiik mild, mid lin
nover know of thn siicrot iiKreuiuenlit
until I'ebronry, 1019, nflar thu itiuu
iioRitthttloiiM boRuu In Pari.
When I.iiiinIiik inuilu thoNit atntn
tnOHiM, fvimtor llornh rmul it pm'h
by Iktlioiir In Ilia houso of niiimionx
durltiK thu wnr to thu tiffaat that "I'nm
Idunt Wlhmii In htiliii! kuit fully In
formed by Ilia nllliM" reftnrdluu nKrcu
montH ninutiK tliuiiiBolvn.
I.ntmlim xnld hu did not know
whuthur IkIiII hud dollbtinittdy (ion
citalad from hltu tliu foot of tint Muorot
WARNING AGAINST BIG UNION
Washington State Federation Threat,
cried With Expulsion.
Tnoomii. Tho WtuliliiKlon HUtu
rodnrntlon of Labor will loso tin
clmrtor In thu Amnrlaaii I'Vdurnllim of
Labor If thu milium In IhU tit pur
alsl In voIIiik on thu formntloii of out
lilK iinlun. nouordhiK to a loltHr rwnlv
ltd from I'nuik Mirr,.iou, stternlury of
thn Aiiiurlmtn IVdnrutlon of Uliur. by
CharluH I'orry Tnylor, of Tucomu.
formur mwmtury of llm atiittt fmlnru
Hon. Tlirtmt U maiU to rtMirKunlxt
tho Htuto fmlnrnlliiu uud I will unions.
At tho Hlnlu labor conveiillim In I Ml
InKhnm In Juno It wum voted to rufur
to tho looul uiiIoiih In thl Hlnlu tho
propiMiltloii of iimruluK thu crufti
organisation Into ono blK union on the
I. W. W. phiu, Voting In now umlur
f "Home Sweet Home" I
"HOME SWEET HOME
I'll PA 'a ntlrtiA Im 4 1. mt-.l f
There ihould be maglo In the t
wordl HOME TRADE.
f The home merchants are part
t of this towa. I
X THEIR prosperity means YOUR I
T Trade with the home mer
Deafness Cannot Ho Cured
Ly local iillotu. a llu'y cxiiniil rHh
th UImi portion at lb ar Th.ra
only on Hay lu tui tUafut... aad that I
ty cea.tltutUi al r itnjl lMk(n la
(allied kx an inllaiinl lomlllltMi el III mu-
u llalkK of ) Ku.iai'tilaB Tub Wbta
tnl I liinamnt u ia a rumbllnc
ouuj ur llHlwrfrv'1 ti.ailn-. ami wltcH II I
.nllrrly cUtl. loln It thr mall, and
unUu lb Innaimnailon in I tkn out
and llil lul ielurJ la II nutmal cwnill
lion, htarlna lll l dlroira ftrvn nln
cr out of un ar cauird kr Oatarrb
which I nothlnit tul an InHaintt wndltUu
of it murou turfaa.
W will give Ou Hundred IKiltar for anr
icaa o( I)a(iiM (eaud by lartb Dial
.cannot b ouil by 1111 Calarrh OJur.
)nd tor clrMilar. (r
P. J. CIlttNEY X HI , TolrJo. Ohio.
Bold by rVuccUt. Ho.
Tk llair Vtuilly I'lll tut coMtlpatlga.
NU th Ubl on yur paper.
Sparing tho rod docs not
necessarily spoil tho child, ac
cording to the pamphlet iaBued
by tho Parents' Educational
bureau of Portland, which is re
produced In part below. Tho leaf
let is entitled "Stop Whipping
Children," an open letter to
"Slapping, spankinp;and whip
ping children are very common.
In more barbarous times theio
practices were universal. In
our day inquiry proves that
most parents believe they have
a right to strike children, es
pecially small children. When
punishments aro known to be
extremely severe, neighbors and
officers sometimes intorfero in
behalf of the victims. For ono
such case which becomns public,
there aro hundreds where the
parent is solo judge and wit
ness, and thero is no court of
"Any discission of corporal
punishment is ulways to include
tho false statement that 'the
Blblo says, "Sparc tho rod and
spoil the child." ' Tho Bible
concordance contains references
to rods and to whipping. But tho
quotation everybody has heard
und many havo quoted is not
from the Bible, but from Iludi
bras, a humorous poem written
in 1G03 by Samuel Butler.
"Consider tho difference in
size between a parent and a
young child, If a giant 10 or 12
feet tall stood over a man or
woman and dealt out blows for
infractions of giant made rules,
tho parent might realize what
ho now does to children. He
probably does not know cither
tho pain, the physical injury,
the nervous Hliock, the mental
ollccts, nor tho effects upon the
other children In tho family.
Tho effect upon tho mother or
father is another subject.
"Tho pain is greater than a
grown person realizes. The in
jury to the heart is sometimes
permanont. Tho nervous effects
are such that tho same child
frequently offends again with
in an hour. Feelings of bitter
ncss, hatred and even revenge
rankle in the heart. The fear
in the mind of the victim and
of tho other children is wholly
bad. Paternal control that is
wise and good cultivates a
child's self respect, as well as
respectful of parents. Whipping
is destructive of self respect."
Saturday, Auu. 23
ETHEL CLAYTON In "MKN, WO
MHN AND MONKY" I'nrntiujuiit.
Sunday, Auk. 21
ENID BENNETT i "THU HAt'N
THU ROOM" Paramount.
Her best picture.
Monday nnd Tuesday, Aug. 25 and 20
MARY PICKFORD In "1IHAR
FORD In "lilt ARTS
Wednesday. Aim. 27 -
CONSTANCE TALMADGE iu
"A LADY'S NAM!'." Select,
Thursday mid l'rlday, Auk. 28 and 29
Big Bill Hart
In "SQUAU It lHAI, SANDKRSON"
Artcrnlt. Ills best picture of the
year. Two days.
Saturday, Aiif;. 'W
WALLACE REID In "YOf'RIi
Sunday, Aul'. HI
ELSIE FERGUSON I" "TIIlv
RISK OP JItNNlIt CUSIIING"
Artcraft. In G acts.
Wc haul any thing, any time, any
place. Prices reasonable
- - - Dally Trlpi to Portland
Enquire, 317 N.Jersey St. coiu.Sa377
Is it Possible to Legislate
life and Brains?
Swift & Company is
primarily an organization
of men, not a collection
pf brick, mortar, and
Packing Plants, their
equipment and useful
ness are only outward
symbols of the 'intelli
gence, life - long experi
ence, and right purpose
of the men who compose
the organization and of
those who direct it.
Will not Government direc
tion of the packing industry,
now contemplated by Congress,
take over the empty husk of
physical property and equipment
and sacrifice the initiative, ex
perience and devotion of these
men, which is the life itself of
What legislation, what politi
cal adroitness could replace such
life and brains, once driven out?
Let us send you a Swift "Dollar."
It will interest you.
Address Swift St Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, III,
BONHAM & CURRIER
The Store That Cares For You
EVERYTHING TOR MEN TO WEAR
Dry Goods and Shoes for Everybody
We are displaying a table of ox-.
fords that were made before the
era of leather substitutes and ex
tremely pointed toes but they are
not such out-of-date shoes after
all. But to have them fit, you
must wear not larger than a size
four; there are many pairs of
sizes three and three and a half,
a good many fours and a few
fives. If you have the undersized
foot you may have a pair of these
perfectly good, substantial and
nice looking low shoes foi' $1.00.
And you will not delay for many
pairs have been sold simply be
cause they are in evidence in our
Our Policy of Markup
There Is a lot to be said about the
markup ol uterchandiic just at this
time. You may be lured by "Special
Sales' and that may be policy pro
viding you ore a good buyer and know
values nnd confine yourself to the
'Specials." Dutlf you ore wise you
will take this tip and avoid the stores
Hint arc making the new arrivals at
"replacement values' intlicr than on
the Purchase Valuts; and most of them
nrc doing it. The larger business or
ganizations particularly. It is worth
the price to divulge a business secret
occasionally and wc would have you
believe us when we define our Policy
of Markup. Most all goods, particu
larly shoes, that will boon our shelves
this fall and winter, have been bought
for several mouths; sonic weeks before
the real skyrocketing ( rcv.illcd, Wc
arc going to sell our shoes and prac
tically all of our merchandise that
wc were fortunate enough to buy
early, at a markup based on the price
paid and not on the price wc would
pay if buying on the present market;
which in the case of men's shoes
means from one to four dollars n pair;
women's shoes about the same and
misses and children's almost as bad
The season of White Dress
Skirts is well advanced and finds
us with a number of Skirts on
hand that ought to be on the per
son of our patrons. In the en
deavor to close these out so that
funds will be available for the
fall lines wo are offering them at
substantial reductions, and these
were never marked at "replace
ment prices." We are als.o show
ing the nifty Stylefit Skirts in Silk
Poplins of Navy Tan, and Taupe
and Silk Plaids. To go with these i
Sjyrls we offer you a selection of
Blouses that compare in appear
ance and "materials with those
displayed over jnjthe city at pri
ces that exceed ours materially.
Price them for yourself.
DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE FOR MEN
Men npprccmtc quality nnd a reasonably Inrgc nrrny of goods from which selection mny bo made, This
store has increased its stock of Men's Wearing Apparel as fast as demand permitted and in ninnycasos faster.
And now we can boast of stock of Furnishings, Suits nnd Shoes that appeal to the Banker, the Boss, the
Foreman or tho Mechanic or their Boys.
L. E. ROSE, Mgr. Men's Dept.
Crossctt Shoes Arrow Shirts and Collars Kenosha Underwear Best Knit Socks
Men's nnd Boy's Suits Mnllory Hats
1. The Oaks
2. Council Crcbt
11. Columbia llcacli
4 Crystal Lake Turk
f. Kock Island
G. Dodge Park
7. Kstncada Park
8. Hull Run Park
0. .facleay Park '
10. Peninsula Park
11. Washlugtou park
12 Oak Grove Park
13 Ml. Tabor Park
11 Riverside Park
Try Them by Trolley
Light & Power Company
GET OUR -
SPECIAL PRICES ON
ALSO SPECIAL PRICES OH
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
$ Si ATBtCOMlS orV, KH
(vLimrm,nTi ff SWIPT JL PflMDAMYvl 19 I
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T- j-CWtCVcWF A U ciMroa lABoa
IV WQVMWy lIMtlll AhO MCI.HI
J Ci. Chnmbcm Mrs. II R. Iwry
213-260 Killlugsworth Avenue
Telephones: Wixnllawn 3306 C 1133
Mr. Chambers is the only O. A. R
undertaker In the city of Portland,
Personal attention and supervision
given to arrangement.
Paints are advancing "Buy Now"
Enamel your floors with Kyainze
Enamels, all colors
See our Home Fruit Dryer
Contract with us for your. winter
supply of Coal before the price . ad
vances. Home Mercantile Co.
209 West Burlington Street
Knights and Lais of Security
. St. Johns Council 2775
l Rruulnr lluMrka iiivutliiK 1st and 3rd
Moutjays. 0en uiccWiiks to the public
nud intiulxr2nd and 4th Mondnys, Vis
itors nnd members cordially iuvltcd to
attend at Illckucr Hall.
Ifrank C. Gosscr, Trcs...
Lcater Teeliug, Secretary.
gwv lalkJl lodge
tfo. 186 I. o. o. r
SI. JOMN1. OREGON
MmU aach Monday evening la 04d Fei
lows hall at 8;oo. A cordial welcome to
all vIsltiiiR brothers,
I'icil lla.Lcll, NoLIOruJ
C. V. lialil, vlc Oram!
Jo KslxiL, Kr Ike,
U. v. Noun , t'ln. tkc.
II. 1' CUtk.Trta.
St. Johns Gamp No. 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
Wc heartily solicit the attendance of
our members at our regular meetings
every Thursday evening.
A. I. Murcy, Geo, Muhin, Clerk
Consul. 108 Smith avenue
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KMGMIS Or PVIHIAS
Meet every l'rlday night at
THO o'clock in JIIL'KMI
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
F. L. WHITE
Day or Job Large or Smal
Phont coi. hu 912 So. Syracuse St
For Sale Cheap
A plot of ground lOOxGOO feet,
which contains twelve 50x100 foot
lots, just across the river from St.
Joints, bounded by Wood and Mills
streets. For quick saly$1000 takes
them, which is less thou $100 per
lot, Good terms giveu. Call at
REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS
The following list of legal blanks
ate kept for sale at this office und
others will be added as the deuiiuul
Warranty deeds, Quit Claim
Deeds, Realty and Chattel Wort
gnge, Satisfaction of Mortgages,
Contracts for Sale of Rvalty, Bills
of Sale, Least's.
FOR rtCNT earrfa at this arris
St. Johns Fuel Co.
W. C. SPIiCK. Prop.
All KIADS OF WOOD
Phone Columbia 918
101 Kast Richmond Street
Residents of St. Johns having
taxes nnd city liens to pay in
Portland can make thetr pay
ments without inconvenience by
nvatlinj? themselves of our, ser
vices. Wo will pay same and
secure your receipt without in
convenience to you. Fee, 25
cents. References: Any St,
Johns Bank.- Peninsula Title,
Abstract and Realty Co., by H.
Henderson, Manager; 402 North
Visitors always WU
J. R. WATSON, C. C.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every TInirrtoy evening- in
I, O. O. F. Hall, Leavitt flwl Jersey
streets. Visitors always welcome.
TIIOS, COUPU. C. (I,
W. K. COON, Clerk,
"Ever Occur to You?"
says the Good Judge
That it's foolish to put up
with nn ordinary chew,
when it doesn't cost any
more to get real tobacco
Every day more men dis
cover that a little chew of
real good tobacco lasts -longer
and gives them reel .
There's nothing like it.-
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put up in (wo styles
RIGHT GUT 13 a short-cut tobacco
V-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
buy or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
a svn avaoa
1 iTIu Inenrnnri rA LVntATV Piit.lt
UltV IIIJHIHIIVV Ullli IIWMBS J MWStV
2iit yam property with me if you
idesire to sell quickly
3G N. Jersey St. St. Johns
(JOSEPH McCHESNEY, A1.D.
Office Room 5
Peninsula Bank Building
Hours j)-jo at m; 1.5 p, 411. and
Office phone Cpl. 354; Res. 910
Transfer and Storage
W ilsllvtr y our 1 eoo4 to and from
ail pcrta of Portland, Vaneeuvw. Lbin
toa, Pertland and Suburban Express
O., ety dok asd all points aeeibl
Vr wWV Han aMl faniaVur a.W
Phone Woodlawn 5360
yim call and Oallvar
The SkMmore Cleaners
Cleaning, Pressing, Alterations and Re
pairing a specialty
W. C. JUSTICE M2 SUaawt Street
If you are a stranger in town read
The; Review, and get acqiinte!.
Cards of thanks notices are
charged for at the rate of fifty
cents each. Persons desiring to
have such notices published
should make a noU.of this.
Brias ta yeur job jprlotlBg vfells
yea think of It. Doa't wait aaUltyea
are Mtiraly ettC We . are eulee4
te tiara eut aM aad utr KLsjaaf
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