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ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1920.
A Pretiy Home Wedding
Amid a beautiful setting or
palms, ferns, autumn leaves
and pink gladiolias, Miss
Blanche Kdli'fscn of Si. Johns
and Mr. S. 11. Graf or Corvallis
were united in marriage before
a large company of friends and
relatives at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. II. Ldlcfscn on Willamette
boulevard on Tuesday evening.
uciorc Hie ceremony, Miss'
i ih ,.. u '
Helen White Evans accompa-
nied by Miss hiisc Scott, sang
ine yroom ami ms aueiuianisi
Miss Lhse Scott, the bridal
parly tlescentled the slairs.
1 he bride, on the arm or her
father, was a lovely picture in
her wetlding gown of while (
salin and tulle veil wrealhetl in
orange blossoms. She wore a
woutlcrrul necklace or pearls,
the gift of Mrs. Peter Autzen,
and earned a shower bouquet
or bribe's roses ami sweet peas.
Her attendants, Miss Anna
Fall) and Miss Estelle Guerber,
were charmingly gowned in
She was preceded by two liny
fairy-like flower girls, Eleanor
Etllefseu and Elizabeth Aulzen,
wht) carried baskets of old
The ceremony was perform
ed in a beautiful and impressive
manner by Rev. G. II. Young
or the White Temple.
After the ceremony Miss
Evans sang "At Dawning" and
the bride ami groom received
the congratulations of their
A woutlciTuI wedding supper
was served by Mr. Teal, cher til'
llie Heuson Hotel, and a corps
Dancing was indulged in to
a late hour ami about eleven
o'clock the bride and groom
eluded their rrieuds ami made
a successrul get-away.
The honeymoon will he spent
at Cannon Reach and after
wards the young couple will be
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
mr. uscar ucck aim nir. waiter Then give us Hie dances til tlavs esl tiling in view; well mav our n so, wiuu did ne tioy
Wayne I)u Comb, entered from long gone bv; I famous eagle rear up and How can you sharpen your
the den and took Ihifc- places Willi plenty or chillies and'scream a lew; Ihev'ro men of shoulder blades?
bcrorc a beautiful floral bower.' steps mil so high; I reputation, who've won our nd- I'll he darned ir I know, do
lo the strains or Mendelssohn's Oust turkey-trot capers and' miration, and thev will sweep you?
Wet Id nil March, n nvetl hv imii ftlMII ill.' .lllll.W! Ill nt mil ii Iti liititi
1' I AX 1ST
500-507 Columbia llldK.
410 0wcko Street.
Km. 515 Altuwortli v.
Mrs, Frank A. Rice
Dunning Sehool of Improved Music Study
Studio 412 S. Edison. Phone Columbia 359
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
I'lionc Columbia 302
Mrs. Bertha C.Burdick
(Licentitate of the Royal Academy
of Music, London.)
Teacher of Piano
1957 Hodge St. Phone Col. 872
, Phone Columbia 379
Res. Columbia z 131
Dr. F. P. Schultze
Physician and Surgeon
Room 4 Peninsula Bank Building
Dr. L. F. Pickens
Office Hours 8 to 12 A. M. 1 to G P. M.
Evenings 7 to 9
Peninsula Hank Dlric.
Office Phone Columbia 11 83
Highest Quality and Lowest Prices
Toys a Specialty
207 N. Jersey St. Phone Col.839
For Fine Chocolates
'ce Cream, Tobacco and Cigars
311 South Jersey Street
Davis Barber Shop
oud BATH ROOMS
$. W. DAVIS, Proprietor
108 Philadelphia St. Baths 35c
Fifteen years la the business in St.
Johns. List yoor property with us. We
make sales. S. C. COOK.402 N. Jersey.
Backward, turn backward, 0
lime, in your I light I
Give us a maiden with skirls
not so light;
Give us a girl whose' charms,
many or lew,
Are not exposed by much peek-
Give us o maiden, no matter
Who won't use the street for a
(Jive us a girl not so sharply i
Dss her in skirls that the sun
won't shine through.
The hurdv-utirdv. Iwisl and llu
IMIIII I Ulllll ill
' wiggle-tail slitle;
.Then let us fenst our tired op-
tics once more
On a genuine woman as sweet
as if yore.
Yes, Time, please turn back
ward and grant our re
tpiesl For Gotl's richest blessing hut
not one undressed.
Edlcrscn for a short lime, after
which they will go to Corvallis
where Mr. Gral' is employed as
one of the staff of teachers at
llie . A. U.
Many cosily and beautiful
gifts were given the happy
The bride is a charming and
lovely girl ami has a host of
mends here who wish her ant
: her husband all happiness.
llie neview extends heartiest
congratulations anil best wishes.
Mi-s. George Robertson. Tor
merly or St. Johns, hut now or
Rrashear, Mo., recently cele
brated her 85lh birthday. There
were i.r guests present, includ
ing one son ami daughter, sev
en grandchildren ami seven
great grandchildren. A sump
tuous dinner was served. She
received a number or lovely
presents, including a beautiful
Tanlac at Currin's for Drugs.
An Ideal. Time
of the Year
for that Pic
ture of Your
THE HOES STUDIO
Opp. Central School
110-112 I1iM1iij Slllil
. , FOR
Soft Drinks of all kinds
and Tee Cream
Light Lunches served
Ladies especially invited.
Everything iu first class
condition and attractively
The place where good service and
courteous treatment prevail. Children's
hair cutting receive special attention,
109 BURLINGTON STREET
Pulley & Zurcher
Plumbing, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Ware
Phone Col. 92 207 S. Jersey St
To Gain the Pull Fruition
I'll vote for Cox and Harding
Xvheii conies election dav. ant
thus avoid retarding the good
tunes on the way; they slantl,
1 in seemly manner for our old
spangled Danner; irom 1'ori-
land lo bavanner let s sound our
'loud hurray. I'll vote for llox
and Carding for presidential
iobs; 1 want lo see them guard
ing our sacred thingumbobs;
when Ihese Iwo are elecletl our
rights will be respected, our
wrongs will be corrected, ami
we'll cut out the sobs. The
ticket's surely regal.the smooth-
lino. 1 cheer lor Card and
Iloxing throughout Hie busv
day, when I am busv boxing
my titles lo shin awavi" and in
my sleep I'm dreaming or faces
proudly beaming and eagles
bravely screaming upon elec-
lion day. When they're tie-
dared the winners the rich will
go to jail, the ioor will have
- . .
kale; of coal we'll have our bin
lull; we'll all he glatl and grin-
I'ul, Ihe pitralls of llie sinful
ulll never mine nviill. Sn vUo
ineir tiinner.s aim everv kiihi oi
'up, men and brothers, rise up,
of one accord! Rise, sisters,
minis mid niiillu'is. mid vnlc in
i 1 1 v iiiiikiii iii i i tiiti. w iii n ir - - ---- ......... ...
every wimll Lei's iiin llie full wrnl nisi mid mink n tleiiiun
fniilion or everv' Itifjli iimbilion slntllcm til llie meeliiitf or llie
mid law llie opposition, till Niilloiml Assoeiiilion ol lov
slriclten, on llie swanll--Willi Men. which resulted in llu; snle
Mason. , (wo enrlonds. 1 lie third seti-
son this fjrew lo 12(1 tind now il
"Where did lltink Kisher uil bus doubled. The wood is so
Unit machine lie was n-drivhr yiuvd tiloiif the Columbia near
uroiind this nrlernoonT "lie Iroutdnlo.
was a-wiilUin' down lo woiki I). 15. (iunsohis of 110 S.
this niornhr when lie noliced I'esseuden sheet. bmunhl a
sutluu kiiida shiny, llirotih a couple or boxes of delieious bitf
enicl; iu llie sidewull;. lie! .strawberries inlo this orrire
liiinted '1111 up a piece o' linlin',Tuesdtiv. Thev were surelv
wire mid fished the thiiu oul heaulies and lasled even heller
and daubed ir il wasn't a I'onl. I limn Ihev looked, il possible,
dot a mulch?"- Publishers' 1 He savs his vines are produeinu
Preserve Ihe remaining sum
it with a Kodak. "Currii
! WORK AND
NECKTIES, BELTS, ARROW COLLARS
Men's lints 73, $1 00, SLBQ. $3 00. $1 fiO, $5 00, $0.00
Men's Caps 45c. $1.00. $175, 2.00. $2 CO, $21.00
Men's phoes 8 85, f 175. Hi T)0. $7 00. $X 00 mid up
Gloves for every purpwc, I rccoiueml ROGliRS SIMiCIAL (Ific
Socks for Monday, Hosiery for Snmlny. 2fie,ar)C,r)0e,75e, $1. 1 25
U.S. Army I.eKHiiiRS. $1,00
Garter 25e, BOc, 75c, $1.00
You Auto Wear Honors' Driving Gauntlet Gloves, $1 75 up:i 75
Overalls $1.90, $2.50, $2 85. $!I.OO
Jumpers " $2 25, $2 50. $:i.00
HIDING PANTS, Mens $.J 00 ami $5.75
Suit Cases $250, $8 25. $100 and up
Children' h l'lay Suits $1 25 and $1 05
Children's Stockings . . , .15c nnd 50c
Men's Night Shirts . SI. 50, $2 00, $2 75
Men's Pants . . . $2 75. $8.75, $8 85. $1 75, ft) 50. $7 50. S8 00
MIJN'S UNDI5 IUV15AH . . .$1.25, $1.75. ?2 25. ?2 50, $2 75 up
RUBBERS FOR EVERYBODY
GOOD STUFF AT THE RIGHT PRICE
"(wAJI C n O
. B1JHE RAINCOAT MAN 1
Bank of Commerce Bijilding ST. JOHNS Open tags
MITII n THE UADERTIKtR
Iu his full appreciation of the dignity ami delicacy of his calling is
essential to the peace of mind of surviving relatives) ami friends!
Only one who by character, huutts and personality can command
this confidence and respect, is fitted for the singular service.
This business always has been, and always will be, conducted on
the basis of this belief.
St. Johns Undertaking Co.
Thomas Grice, Manager
Office, Columbia 527 PHONES--Night. Columbia 299
208 North Jersej Street
A dependable insurance agency,
giving superior service.
AH Lines of Insurance
I 108. South Jersey St.
Can You Beat It
Where can a mini buy a cap
I for his kncie?
Or a key for a lock of his hair?
Can your eyes ne. caueti an
ueeuuse mere are pupns mere;
In the crown or your head what
jewels are found?
Who Iravels the bridge or your
Gould you use in shingling the
root oi your mourn
The nails on tlie oiitl or your
Could the crook in your elbow
he sent lo jail?
the ntillil r your hand?
Or heal on the drum or your
Does Hie cair tin ytiur leg eat
ii i . .ii
me corn tin your ioey
Then why grow corn on the
Now wk Central Magazine.
; ; "
Que carload a week or ;2
are shipped Irom Portland hv
die konstruelo company, which
converts aider lives into luii-
makers for llie children. When
die company was formed four
yems - w.l',v Pl
suit'. A member of llie firm
a nice qiumljly of berries now.
'I'hey are of the ICverbeariiiK
ROGIORS solid Arrow Collarfl".
Phone Columbia 1G1
The Weed Problem
Once more the weetl nuisance
is a burning issue at llie city
hall. Willi weetls and gmVs
covering vacant properly all
II !l I..!.. I
I uver uie chv, uuiiiMiiiuia iiiv uuum , iiiir juius uiiu
being receivetl in large numbers, would hurt principally thc-Iol
at all city offices, particularly Jovig:ijK8errLl)oj:iuHjitu
(Mayor Raker's office. How to sulunca. pebpIeVAvlio ura Jurying
remedy conditions is a prob-1 homes and as yet dp not own
Hem. Several years ago the city! them free from" debt; farntor$
'adopted the plan of notifying who have lo borrow in antici
i properly owners lo cut weeds! palTonAof &pi fttfl rmnnec llie
or slantl the cost. Where the J cost 'of ulthtfting, -hlirvesting
owners failed or refused to and murketinii; farmers Who
lieetl the notice the city hud the1 mortgage their land ftfr the
work done and charged the bill i purpose of making improve
against the properly. The re-1 incuts so they can make mhn
sull was that the city found ey fnrmltig;, industries whjch
that il could uol Torce puvmcul finance- purchases of. raw uui
ol' the aniounls. and it is still 'lerial dmf)Art)lls1atnlll their
holding something like tfl'J.OOO ' products are miirkeled; public
worth of liens, said to have no utilities which must finance (lie
value, tiie assessments being in- cost of equipment, ituproS'c
valitl. Arter that experience an nienl and oMOridiQi 'etSnlnitJl
efforl was matte lo have llie tirs wlio borrowrn7)ney for pay
liolice bureau force the cleaning rolls and supplies pending pny
ui of lots, and litis nlaii met nienls from counties, states.
with difficulties because il was cities ami other public ami pri
impnssihle to arrest owners of vale bodies; logging lihd lumber
Portland properly not residents i companies wlio are Heavy Dor
of Portland. Mayor Raker anil I rowers ami great employers vof
members ttl the city council' labor; every industry and in
have been trying lo find some dividual who is doing some
melhod of lorciug owners lo. thing in (he slate.' Pacific
don 1 1 up. Il is prolnililc II111I
wi 1 1 1 1 11 11 lew diiys 11 cuiiiptiiuu
will lie iiinuiirtiti'd through the
medium of I lie police niul fire
luimius. Questions tiliolil llie
extent lo which Ihe city limy
Ho htive lieetl put up to City
Attorney LnNochi'. ()rc(oiiiuii.
The ehtinnel ill the mouth of
the Willnnielte is to lie tlmluvcl
to u width of (HID feel, ncconl
Intf to decision of (lie Port of
I'oi'llnud eommissioii. This
drcdfjhiK will heuin immediiile
ly. When completed the wider
clitiiinel will permit ships from
encountering current difficul
ties iu milking Ihe lurii from
Ihe C.ohimhiii when entering the
Willnmelle. The drcdue will
he utilized iu performing the
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. V. SUinner
loft 011 their mention this week
motoring lo Spoktiue.
We Can't Figure Out
I Why any one will iiikIuI
their eyes, when we lit glasses n
ami Kiiaruiucu sausiniuou
DR. W. J. GILSTRAP
I'hysiciau and Surgeon
ST. JOHN'S, - OKIU.ON
Dr. Evarl P. Borden
Paiiik'ss ICxUaetion of Tenth under
Xilrous Oxide Gas
Office I'uniimula Hank bld-
Oflicv jilione Col, Oift; r. jilrUiteCuI. 177
Hour 012 u. in.; liittlrtmnl 7-H j. in.
Dr. Herbert F. Jones
311 North Jersey Street
Dr. Samuel A. Mnlkey
Oflice Rooini 0, 7 Rii'l U
PEMNSUU SECURITY ESLDG.
Hours 9 to 12; 1:30 to 5 livening to U
108 S. Jersey St.
ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND. OREGON
Phone Columbia 930
Dr. Lewis J. Keliher
Peninsula Bank Bldg.
Office Phone Columbia 793
Have your teeth examined
Don't wait till they ache
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Col. 887 ItnUiJenc Col. 38'J
An Uttdcslrable Akasuro1
Thebill lo make the loual rale
o interest tour per cent 'fiiui
; tliliicTmlPaefJrale Tive per lient
womtWlrive 'capital towhcre.it
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The young Inwyor iuid just
opi'iird his now ofrici, wluiro
llio paint was hardly dry, Hear
ing a step outside, and seeing
a man's form through I lit glass
or tin1 door, lu .stopped over to
tin' brand-new telephone', oud
Inking down llie reeeiver, as
sumed the appearance or being
iu deep conversation. "Very
well, Mr. Allen," be was saving,
as the visitor entered.-' 'Til at
tend lo thai government work
nil right, although I'm fright
fully rushed just now. Over
whelmed with eases Quite
rigid Oh, yes Cer
tainly (loud-bye." I lung
ing up Ihe receiver, lie turned
to Ids visitor, hoping lo see him
duly impressed. "Uxcuse me
for interrupting you, sir," said
the stranger apologetically. "I've
just come along to connect tip
the telephone." Youth's Com
panion. BEST BUY
In St. Johns
I'ivc room modern bungalow, full
concrete basement 21xM, phwd for
Kiis, wired for electricity, fixtures
all In, connected with sewer, 800
lineal feet sewer, !iU() lineal feel of
sidewalk and crosswalks around
this block and all paid, lieu house,
burn, 21 fruit trees. This nrojierty
is ftee and clear and will Kve Kd
Urnis and divide prnjierty to riht
party. It must be seen to he fatty
J. S. Downey
9M N. Syracuse Street.
Say it with Flowers
My stock of Ferns
is now in fine con
dition, prices very
Flora I Designs for all oc
casions. Given my special
814 and 816 North Kellogg Street
Phone Columbia 401
Furniture Repaired and
EDWARD BROOKS, Fixup Shop,
62C 627 Columbia lllvil 1'u-iicli Jllock.
I'lioiit! Columbia 653
William C. Walker
Eiptrting, Auditing mil Syittmatlzlni
Sj.icial Attention Given To
Keeping Smiill Accounts
(ISUl Smith A von no North
Poff & O'Neil
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand and Gravel
Cars with or without drivers for hire
Daily Trips to Portland
Phone Col. 308 206 N. JERSEY SI
J. R. WfilMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver Hood to and I torn nil parti
of 1'ortlanil, Vancouver, Mnntoii and
surrouiuliiin country, l'laiio uml liirnl
ture moving, l'lione Columbia t2.
100 I'.ust UurliiiKton Street,
CRIMSON SlClltSi1'' A NVlndSrdil
Ben itory. ' .
MomUy pint TiIch.I'iv, ilKiil'ji6TSLrt
ANN CORNWALL in"t,"5 OfRf,
IN Till? RAIN," AMKSbfluTiNa. 0.
Wcdiicminy, ojiti-iiiiitr 1 , ' "l"71?,
HARRY MOREY lix "Yn'UltA
RinitK' 11 '
Tliuridny juut Ktidnv, rfciu. k iu$$?r
WM. FARNliM 'il ,rtTlfrf4-
Ijrtturditv. HcntctnliiT .llli
irilav. hcntcmiiiT .1111 .
biiciun iuii iimuu "i
WAhKIU) AUV." i I
SumUV, HclittnilH'r ridi ' -' TuF
BiLLY BURKE l "AW.VV OOI(8
l'KUtutNCii." ... i 0
Sfonilny nnd TiicsilftV, Sept. Il hnff'ffc
CHARLES RAY l "liOMHIt
COMUS JlOMi:." i
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i ! .1
1 1 I.
THIS GREAT ARTIST
has choson the Victroln- to
roprodlico hor voice; bucaufee
it singH as slie herself .siiij.
She is only one of the Uveal
Ai;tists who use only the Vic
trola. You can hear any of,ihse
great performers at l.l tiines
Wo have VictrohiB hi 'all
Styles and Sizes, from $25,00
to $500.00. Come in and )ct
us show them to you. n
A. small nayment.clown aiftl
a little each month will bnu'tf
you one of these Viotrolns,
the Instruments by whie)i'tll
Talking Machine Value' ?irp
measured. . ",'
Currin's For Drugs ';;
.Tin. j. . mst
A Pleasant Surprise
awaits you hero, the homo
of goodsportingRoods. The
variety of choice, the undeni
able quality, the moderate
prices, all combine to make
your visit a pleasant ono,
And the sooner you make it
the better it will be from
every point of view.
Beyerle & Armstrong
420 N. Jersey St.
Fine line ol Vogan's Candies
ICE CREAM, SOFT DRINKS.
Opjonito Cvjitntl Sohool
Ed. Monahan, Prop.