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ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1921.
The St. Johns Chautauqua
The datea for the St. John 8
Chautauqua this yoar have been
definitely set for July 17th to
23rd. Among the attructiona
this aeason is Stofansson, tho
noted Arctic explorer, who is
one of the headlincrs on the lec
ture list A year ago Stofans
son was under contract to ap
pear on the Ellison.Whito Chau
tauquas in the South and West,
but he developed serioiis throat
troublo and his doctors forced
him to cancel tho long speaking
Stofansson is one of the biggest
attractions on the American plat
form today. He has a remarka
ble story to tell of his manv
years in the Northland and he
tells it in an exceedingly inter
eating manner. Another nation
al colebrity, who makes his ini
tial appearance on tho Chautau
quas this year, is Peter Clark
Macfarlane, tho well known
writer. For many years he has
been in tho IimcIiKbt as u nrom
inent contributor to all the load
ing periodicals. lie is said to
be romarkably gifted as a speak
cr and ma many readers will un
doubtedly welcomo this opportu
nity of hearing him. Two other
feature events of the week will
be the presentation of Willie
Colliers Now York comedy sue
cess, "Nothing but the Truth."
and the coming of Lteuranco'a
Little Symphony, a particularly
flno orchestra organized by
Thurlow Lieuranco, the noted
On Decoration Day glowing
tributes woro paid to the heroes
of tho world wide war. But wo
owe a duty to tho aim Ivors. A
special olfort should bo mndo to
And work for tho unemployed,
then think tho matter over and
when you go to the polls voto
for tho soldiers' compensation
measure. While hundreds made
the supremo sacriflco, thoso re
maining at homo received tho
highest wages and many finish
ed paying for a home.
W. A. Carroll, G. II. I.cmonand
D. Ii. Vernon attended a smoker
given by Washington Commnndcry
Knights Templar May 24. The
cutcrtainmeut was given in honor
of Royal Arch Masons. An in
teresting program was rendered
and a tctnptiug banquet spread.
ROGIJRS' SPKCIAI, now 50c.
Death of Mrs. Crouch
Mrs. Minnie Crouch, wife of
John Crouch, and daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Henley, was
born in Illinois January G, 1870.
She departed this life at their
homo at 1700 Willamette boule
vard, Portland, Oregon, May H
1921, aged 51 years, 4 months.
and 8 days. Tho deceased was
united in marriage with John
Crouch of Illinois December 25,
1888. Sho leaves the husband
and nine children to mourn her
departure, all of whom were
present. The children are: Mrs,
Opal Rigby of Portland; Mr. E.
M. Crouch of Portland, Mrs.
Reba Dykstra of Wolf Point.
Mont.: Mrs. Monnn Boyer of
Williston, N. D.; Mr. B. J.
Crouch of Portland: Mrs. Junni
ta Bellamy of Portland, and Lois,
Horace and Willie Crouch tit
home with their father. Ser
vices were conducted at the
Evangelicni church of St. Johns
by, Rev. C. P. Gates at 10 a. m.
May 18th. after which tho re
mains were laid to rest in the
Mt. Scott cemetery.
We're very lonesome, Mother, since
Sort o' iiiskci our lives nil wrotitf
Mot to bear your voice or ec
Tiling the w.iy they used to be.
Wc lulu the way you uteri to unlle,
Km quite bcr nil the while;
wc uM the oni;i you Uteri to lng
Gucm wc hiIm mott everything,
Get to (Irenriful loncomt too,
Waltlui! for the time when we'll meet
The G. A". R. wus organized
April G. 18GG. Memorial day
was established through general
order No. 11, written by tho
then adjutant general. N. P
Chlnman. and issued by General
John A. Logan, at that time
commander-in-chief of tho u. A.
R.. designating May 30. 1SG8, us
Memorial day. Sinco that time
it has boon regularly observed
bv all of tho posts of tho G.A.R.
nnd their atfillnted organizations
throughout the United States.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elliot Gordon of
1200 Lombnrd street will lenvo
this week for Montague, Cana
da, whero they will visit Mr.
Gordon's mother. They will go
by way of Prince Rupert and take
in till tho intervening points oi
Interest They expect to bo
gone for ono year, iind will no
doubt have a most delightful so
ROOIiRS' sign at the ferry is
Y. W. C. A. Notes
You ar cordially Invited to atend
Given ty tht pupils of
Jlt Jam John Cftlgh School
St. Johns, Portland, Qrgon
iondatj (Evening, June 6ti
i'JProfftwn higlitm Sight o 'clock Sharp ,
n .i . -
The B. T. G. club had a picnic
nt Columbia ParK last Tuesday.
The sewing class has been dis
continued until the first of Octo
The Rainbow club wns happy
to welcome Dorothy Walker back
to the club last week. Ice cream
was Berved in her honor. Doro
thy has been spending several
months in Oakland, Cnl.
An entertainment is
planned by the clubs to be held
at the building in July. This
will take the place of the annual
lawn fete nt Mrs. Stearns' home.
Two Indian women, Misses
Meek nnd DeLorio. graduates
from Columbin University, nnd
employed by the National Board
of tho Y. W. C. A., spoke nt the
local Y.W.C.A. Inst week, lues
day ev-nlng, on their work with
Indinn women nnd girls in the
Indian schools. Miss Meek de
lightfully entertained the aud
ience with vocul selections nnd
accompanied herself forun hour
after tho addresses.
Last Thursday evening n new
club for business girls was or
ganized and will meet every
Thursday evening. The club is
called The Lnf-a-lot Club. All
business nnd industrial girls are
cordially invited to join. Tho
purpose is to use tho building
for a social and recreational
center. Miss Burma Pnncnko
was elected president and Miss
Beatrice Oss, secretary and
How to beat tho undertaker
You might commit suicide if vou
don't see Jack Campbell's stock
of tires. Buy of Jack and he will
never quack if you Want your
money back. You will suy what
fun : there is u plnco you can run
nnd get the wortli of your mon.
Will Give an Exhibition
Pupils of WillinmB, George
and Sitton schools will give a
public exhibition of( manual and
mechanical work with a display
of domestic and household arts
in the industrial building of
tHe Williams school on Friday,
June 3, afternoon and evening.
Tho exhibit will include work
done by the boys of the elemen
tary technical course, six of
which courses have been estnb
lished in the manual training
shops of the city during the past
year. Tho work at this center
is in chnrco of Mr. C. W. Corn-
stock, while tho work in domes
tic urt is in charge of Mrs. D.
D. Warner. A fenture of tho
show will be a presentation of
the household mechanics course,
which is now a part of the man
ual training work of this shop.
The boys will show work in ele
mentary household plumbing,
electric bell and electric lighting,
glazing, etc. A practical work
ing diagram for a fivo room
cnunciator system will be put
in operation during'the display.
A cordial invitation is extend
ed to all patrons and friends
to be present and view this
exhibit on the above nnmcd
Mr. Cur Owner, get to this
nnd own your own home nnd
stop paying rent. This proper
ty ib stow; win take your ear
for first payment, then you can
nay oil tho balanco nt the rate
of $1500 including interest at 7
percent. 1 his is a very goou
buy nnd closo in, n very suitn
blo place, abundance of fruit
and pnymcntB cheaper than
rent. Tli nk of it. only S1500 id-
eluding interest; it will only
enve you about $iukj to puv
off. Seo W. T. Hartford, Central
Hotel, St. Johns, Oregon.
Will Have a Float.
The Roso Festival Committee
of the Community Club mot in
the Library Wednesday evening.
Representatives of the Booster
Club and other organizations
wcro present and assured their
support in having this place
properly represented in tho Flo
ral Parade Wednesday of next
week. It was decided to have a
float, and through tho kindness
of Mr. F. C. Knnpp, the hand
Borne vessel thnt was exhibition
at the Peninsula National Bank
n couple of years ago, will be
utilized as symbolical of St.
Johns as a shipping and Indus
trial locality. It will bo attrac
tively decorated and a credit to
this important locality. Mrs.
Hoskins, chairman of this com
mittee, has accomplished won
dors in marshaling her forces
and securing rapid and splendid
results. The people of St. Johns
have been generous in tho mat
ter of flowers when called upon
by the committee. It is request
cd that these donors cut the roses
on tho afternoon of the 7th and
put in wnter with salt, so that
they will be in perfect condi
tion the following morning.
Besides the float tho kindorgar
tens of the schools and Rain'
bow Club of the Y. W. C.A. will
bo in the parade; Any in for
mntion desired concerning fur
ther details will be supplied
by Mrs. lloskins, Columbia us,
St. Johns Council No. 2775.
Security Benefit Association.
will enter u floral float in the
Roso parndo All members and
friends are earnestly rcnucstcd
to bring (lowers. All informa
tion will 1k irlvnn hvcnllincr C.n.
umbiu 821, or call at 202 N. Jer
sey street. Uasscr's bxnrcss
office. Wo will do our very
best to make our float as good as
Men's Fine Dross
Hither Ruglish or Broad Toe, Rubber Heels
Thnt fit your face and pockcthook
$1.50 and $2.50
Men's Cool Dress
Men's Durablo Work
You enn't beat them for the price
Men's Cool Silk Dress
GOOD STUFF AT THE RIGHT PRICE
THE RAINCOAT MAN
Bank of Commerce BuBdtng ST. JOHNS Opan veilings
To all our Qld customers wc wish to annotiuce that we have
again been selected to represent the Oregon Packing Co. in this
district. List your crops now; the fruit market is not as
bright as it might be. Only a limited amount of fruit will Je
canned this year. We will take care of all our old customers,
as well as the new ones. Watch the Review for new develop
meats. See us at once so we can inform the company how
much fruit to expect from St Johns.
202 N. Jersey St.
Phn Office Col. 824
Raldnce Col. 377
Every Thursday Evening at St Johns Skating
Music by: D.O.K.K. Orchestra
Gents 50c war tax 5c Total 55c
Ladle 25c war tax 5c Total 30c
C&wi Tim Assured For All
St. Johns Undertaking Co.
Thomas Gricc, Alnnager
Office, Col. 527 PHONES -Night, Col. 299 208 N. Jersey St.
FRGG USE OF CHAPEL AUTOAIOBILE HEARSE
Night or Day Calls Promptly Answered
Not a Branch office of any
Portland Undertaking Co.
LOW RUNT enables us to give
our customers the benefit of
Very Low Prices.
Wc guarantee lower prices than you can get in the city
Aetna's Five Star Pointer
The Latest In Insurance
A Combination Residence Policy which insures you against
BURGLARY, GLASS BREAKAGE, WATER
DAMAGE, LOSS OF USE, LIABILITY
FULL INFORMATION GLADLY FURNISHED
PENINSULA SECURITY CO.
"Everything In Insurance"
108 South Jersey St. Phone Columbia 161
"Sat it talti (outers"
Have on Karly Garden this
Spring by planting right now hard
Early Cabbage Plants, 2 Dozen 25c
Head Lettuce Plants, 2 Dozen 25c
Pansy Plants, Perennial Plants,
Redding Plants, Hanging Baskets,
Porch Iloxes and Tubs Filled,
SBeciett' s Qreeniousea
814 and 816 North Kellogg Street
Phone Col. 401
The place where good service ana
courteoui treatment prevail. Children'!
hair cutting receive ipeclal attention,
109 BURLINGTON STREET
For Fine Chocolates
Ice Cream, Tobacco and Cigars
311 South Jersey Street
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Col. 887 Reddcncc Col. 308
the best of thom. Our Council,
db well ns our city of St. Johns,
will be brought to the eyes of
the gcnornl public, ns well as to
pive some of them nn idea thnt
St. Johns might be the logical
site for tho World's Fair. Our
citizens must all try and pull to
gether to help bring- this place
before tho public eye. Tho men
of the Council will moat nt 610
N. Smith nvenuc Sunday at 9 a.
m. to build the float. The ladies
of tho Order will decorate tho
float Tuoadny or Wednesday. All
members are rcnueated to do
their bit and help to the best of
their ability. Reported.
The followinc excellent meth
od of preserving roso leaves,
termed the Hose Leaf Potpourri,
has been given us for publica
tion: Place a two inch layer of
fresh rose petals in a stone or
glass jar with a tight lid, sprin
kle with a good layer of salt, till
you can hold in your hand; keep
adding fresh rose putnlsnnd snlt
until you have four quarts. Let
stand for a month or more before
mixing with the following.
Then toss the petals on a largo
platter to well separate them
and add ono half ounce of sachet
of violet nnd the same amount of
rose and heliotrope, ono ounce
of Orris powder, half ounce of
rose geranium, ten drops each
of oil of Borgamont, cloves and
Eucaliptus, one teaspoon fill each
of cinnamon, cloves and maco,
half pint of grain alcohol. Mix
very thoroughly nnd pack away
to ripm for two or three weeks.
C. W. Martin, president of tho
Portland Comunity Servico Song
League Association, and Mrs.
Lou Gray, vice president of the
association, will sing ducts nnd
solos nnd lead the congregation
In singing next Sunday evening
nt tho Congregational church,
beginning at 7:15. Music will
be accompanied by saxaphono
and violin. Everybody cordial
Thursday ami Prltlay, June 2 nmt 3
In "THE KID" In tlx big act.
The blRgett drawing card of the
Snturdny, June 4
A Mack Sennelt comedy drama,
"I.oyii. HONOR ANI) lmHAVK."
Sunday, June 6
MARGUERITE CLARK In
Momluy and Tuesday, June 0 and 7
Go Everybody 5o
A good mixed jirogirtm.
Wednesday, Juno 8-
ROY STEWART In "JUST A
Thursday and t'riday, JuneO and 10
MILDRED HARRIS In "THH
WOMAN IN HIS HOUSIS." A 7
Saturday. June 11
AMERICAN SHOE SHOP
110 S. Jersey St.
All that the name implies,
Edw. Coiinnnt, Prop.
THE WINNING NUMBER FOR LAST
Snvc your tickets they arc nood for
FISHING IS GOOD
"Gifts That Last"
Give Jewelry, Silverware and Cut Glass for
Graduation, Birthdays and Weddings
It is a Satisfaction to give Silver to the Bride. .
It is a Gift that Lasts.
A Watch is an Appropriate .Gift for the Grad
uate, cither Boy or Girl.
Seir-niling Hoimtnhi Tern $l.r0 to 12.00. Kvcrhnr
Pencils! $1.G0 to :f(1.00
All French Ivory In Sets, Single Pieces, nml Ivory
Clocks ot GRKATIA' KHDUCUI) PRICKS.
20 per cent. Reduction on all LaTausca Pearls
May We Assist You Select Your Gifts?
Brunswick Phonographs and Records
W. M. TOWER
WATCH MAIfltK AXU JllWIiUMt
107 Philadelphia St. St. Johns
Think This Over
Fourteen months ago a man opened a
Savings account which action was due to a
little missionary work along savings lines by
ourselves. During tho past month he pur
chased a home. We paid him a balance of
FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
AND FIFTEEN CENTS. He had worked
fifteen years and had been unable to save.
We asked him if our plan paid. He said,
$1.00 STARTED IT ALL
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
The Bank For Savings
Qatton Ranch Dairy
Buy Pure MilK Direct From The Farm
The Dairy is under strict supervision of the City
Health Department aud the Cows are tested
for tuberculosis every six mouths.
Phne Col. 321 fr ordars