St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, July 01, 1921, Image 2

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    the sr. johms Review
A. W. Marfclc, UAlfto
Published Friday of Each Week
404 N. Jersey St. Phone Col. 321
Jan nrloa SI. CO pryar.
THX RsviKW It entered at post office
In Portland, Oregon, as mail matter
of the aecond class under the Act oi Con
grte of March 3, 1879.
Charles P. Udberg died at his
home, 411 Allegheny street, Thurs
day at 2:15 p. m 1 June 2nd He
was born in Gotteuberg, Sweden,
in 1842, hence was 79 years of nge.
He came to America about 40 years
ago, and for the past 18 years has
resided in St. Johns. He was a
member of the Christian church
and well liked by nil who knew
him. Surviving him arc his widow
and five children, viz: Mrs. Clara
Ilesscll, Mrs. Agnes Joscplison,
Mrs. Maude Wndqulst, C. J. Lid
berg and Fred T. Lidhcrg. The
funeral services were held Saturday
at 1 p m ,Dr II. 1 Jones preach
ing the sermon. Miller & Tracy
had charge of the remains Inter
ment in Mt. Scott cemetery
Realtor I What docs that word
mean? It is a distinctive name
adopted by ethical real estate brok
ers, ami can only be used by li
censed brokers who have subscribed
to the code of ethics adopted by the
National Association of Realty
Bosrds. The aim and object of the
National Association oi Realty
Boards and of local realty boards is
to raise the standard of the real
estate broker, to occupy a place in
the business world of responsibility
and trust and to rid the bus
Incss and the community of
the real estate "shark" and tin
scrupulous "agent" that has long
Infested society. A realtor then Is
a .licensed and bonded real estate
broker, that maintains an office or
place of business, and has sub
wcrlbed to the code of ethics adopted
by the realty boards and is held re
sponsible for his dealings, Report
etl.
The long felt need of n hospital
In this portion of the city has at last
been relieved A due little Institu
tion, to be called the Peninsula Gen
oral Hospital, owned this week on
what wan formerly known as the
Chipuian property, corner Willam
ctte boulevard and Trumbull Mr cel.
The location itself Is ideal, quiet,
overlooking the river and close to
the car Hue, yet far enough to
be free from the disturbance of
traffic. The hospital will nccomino
date about 20, is fully cquipcd
with au uptouatc surgery and n kih:
cial department for maternity work.
Aa fine an X-Rny equipment as is
in the city is now being installed,
to be operated by Dr. Frederick H
Deemcr. The hospital is under the
management of Mrs. Ikno, with a
competent staff of nurses, and is
open to all doctors The manage
mcut invites the Inspection of the
Kcucral public on bittidity and M011
day, July 3rd and 4th, between the
hours of 2 and 4 p. 111.
Dr. Sulllus, general secretary of
the Congregational churches of Or
egoti, has been for several months
endeavoring to secure for the St.
Johns Congregational church a miu
liter of worth and ability ami con
lecrated to the cause of the uplift
of humanity and the Christ-like
living and be a txjvvcr for good In
this community. Realiiing that St
Johns is destined to become u great
Industrial and commercial center
and asset of Portland with its great
dockage, railway and terminal fa
times, ur. buiiins lias been corres
ponding with a number of men all
over the Unite! States. Mr. Clurk,
formerly of Mltineaiwlis, Minn.,
twice called to one of the largest
churches in that city, compelled to
resign ami rest for his health,
preaahed at the Congregational
church on June 19th. Rev. I). li
Nourse from Southern Colorudo
will have charge of the services
uext Suuday, July 2, at 11 n, m.
and 7:46 p.m. Dr. Nourse has Ircii
very successful In his ministry. We
would like to see all the member
ship and those who are not regit
larly attending anywhere else to
hear hltn,- Reported.
KditorKevitw: The Community
Clnb will bold n business meeting
At the Y. W. C. A. building, Cbi
cigo and Leonard streets, on Tues
day evening, July 5th, to consider
ac-uie matters of importance that
will be brought up before the club,
This will probably be the last Imsi
ficsa meeting until after the vacation
period is over aud we would be
? leased to see a good attendance,
'he club is thlnkiug some of organ
Irlng a baud, as we believe that
every organization that is going to
try to build up the social, as well us
the material side of the community,
should have something of that kind.
If there are any young men who do
sot belong to auy other otuntiizu
tlon aud would like to join our club
and help to further the baud nropo
cltlou, we would be pleased to have
tbcm meet with us aud talk the
Matter over. We hope the members
of the club will come prepared to
talk over matters of interest to the
welfare of auy part of the city, We
are atill expecting the 1925 fair lo
cated ou the only real site iu Ore
gon, namely, the north end of the
Gnlnsula.-T. J. Monahan, l'rcs
ent. Mr. aud Mrs W. V. Johnson,
formerly of St Johns, late of Forest
Grove, paid a flying visit to the
families of G.Ogdeu, Charles Root,
P. Douglas aud G. M Hall, eti
routc to Michigan, where they will
make their future home.
Peninsula AIM Items
If. C. Kuapp is looking after bus
iness matters in New York. The
steamer Montague is loading Jap.
spars for the Orient. The cargo will
be completed at other mills along
the river. William Anderson is en
joying a vacation in San Francisco.
George Stock and wife enjoyed
an outing on Alsca Bay. Saturday
last the stork again visited ,thc home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. h. McGuire.
Tliis time the lucky number seven
is recorded iu the arrival of another
son. Mr. Mcuuirc proudly iooks
forward to the day when he will
operate the mill with a crew of his
own. Mr. McMillan and family
have taken possession of their new
home. This is a beautiful site,
overlooking the river front. Mr.
McMillan is truly the monarch of
all he surveys while casting Ills
eyes o'er beautiful scenery on the
river's tranquil bosom and on hill
and dale. Man's allotted time is
said to be three score aud ten, but
Captain Inches has stolen from
Father Time about three years, He
has been watchman about a quarter
of a century aud is still on duty.
The genial captain jumps the rope,
plays marbles and performs many
other youthful antics.
SAILOR HATS
R O G K R S
The Pythian Sisters Altruistic
Club will meet nt the home of Sister
Knuna Boyd, 1226, South Jersey
street, Thursday, July 7th.
"The Dccstrict Skltlc" will prob
ably be repeated later on In the
year, iu response to a number of
requests for its reappearance.
COOI, DKKSS KAPS $1.25
R 0 G It R S
W. R. Hollcubeck spent last
week with his wife at Sea view. His
daughter, Miss Hdua, is spending
her vacation there with her mother.
Gasser's Kxprcss is doing a rush
ing business In cherries at present,
and tlicy have delivered a number
of tons to the Vancouver cannery
already.
TKNNIS SH0F.S
ROGERS
Remember the business meeting
of the Community Club iu the W
W. C. A . building next Tuesday
evening. A full attendance is dc
.sired .
F C. Scliuullc and wife of Cos
by, Mo., were St. Johns visitors
this week I hey were former real
Idents nl tins place and still own
property here.
Chilly Underwear 95c
R O G lv R S
The missionaries of the Chuich
of Jesus Christ of I, utter Duy Saints
will hold a cottage meeting at GJM,
ttu.ii tuuiiiiwik nwwi'i, una, 'injur,
ftl..liNii.l. .Liu ir.l.l.ii
evening at i ociock . au welcome
T. J. Mouahau and wife ami Hd
ward Monahan, wife and daughter,
Alice, motored to Astoria Tlturs
day of last week aud enjoyed the
trip Immensely.
HOYS' SUITS
R O ( H R S
Mrs. J. Summers mid daughter,
Margaret, ot Missoula, Montana,
and her niece, Mrs. Mimic of Car
roll, Montana, accompanied by Mr.
anil Mrs. Grady of Portland, paid a
visit to Mrs. T. J. Monahan last
Puesday evening, Mrs, Summers Is
a cousin 01 Mrs. Monaliuit and of
United State, Sen-tor Henry Myers
ot Montana.
Cnrila of
innnKH not cea nro
chiuired for nt thu rate of fifty
contH ouch. Persons desiring to I
linvu Biich notices uublishod
Hhouiii niukv a note of this.
Page's Barber Shop
215 N. Jersey Street
The union Miop that (lauds for prompt
ami clticieut service, llalr culling
u specialty. A portion ol public
uurinigt win ic Appreciated.
Member lluildcrs HxcIisiikc
W. P. Greene & Son
Contractors & BuHdcrs
K!6 . BUCHANAN STRWtT
Portland, Ore. Phone Col. 10J5
Livery, Express and Baggage
I'roinpt and Satisfactory Service
H. M. WALDREF
1001 Lombard St. Phone Col. 1400
CAM. t'PTIlit
MODEART STORE
606 NORTH JKRSKV
I'or Hand ttmbrotdcred Suiock and
Kimoiin anil crochet ol all kind,
Dr. L. J. Keliher
--Dentist
Room,.! Peninsula Ilauk llttiiding
Telephone Columbia 793
J. W. BOTTOM
Contract Painter
507 East Allegheny St.
Phone Columbia 1242
Mrs. Vinson does hemstitch.
Ing nt 528 South lvanhoe; phone
ri 1. J., inn ' Al I
OUIlllllUlll lUI'l, )t
Keep
on
Your
ROGERS
rr
rs. y rariK i. s.ice
xjrran
Wishes to announce that she will resum
former (Blasses
Mnd open a Jfetu Class July 12th at 3 5?.
Is (
to all
SPECIALS
Turc Cane IJerr jr Sugar, 15 lbs. . . .$1.00
Dainty II rami Spinach, 2J 18c
V. C. Pork and IImiis. Urge, can...lGc
Van Camp's Spaghetti, slie 2, can .18a
Solid Pack Tomatoes, 2J, can 10c
Tomatoes with 1'urcc, 10c cnn, dot, 1.05
Canned Salmon, tails, 15c can, two 25c
l'liei Jam, G oz. 10c, 14 or., assorted, 15c
Minced Clams, lGc, 3 cans (or 45c
Dried Prunes, twelve pounds 1.00
Norwegian Sardine In olive oil, 15c can
Peanut Halter, per pound 10c
Hulk Peabury's Coffee, 29c lb, .3 lbs. 85c
New Garden Peas, 5 lbs
1'resU Prttlts and Vegetables,
Ilscon, Cold Alcats, Ice Cream nuil
These prices will give satisfaction, together with the best of service.
Ptioue your orders early.
HANDY
109 N. Edison
ANNOUNCING
Supervision of
Penmsu a
Open to Public Inspection July 3, 4
Hours 2
Columbia 1492
Portland Manufacturing Co.
o - - MANUFACTURERS OF
Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex
celsior Grape Boxes, Egg Case Stock,
and all kinds of Veneer
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICHAIOND STREET
Notice to Creditors
Iu the Circuit Court of the State ol
Orri;oii (or the County of Multnomah.
Probate l)cvwtment.
Notice Is liereuy Klvcn that the under-
sinned has been apitointcd administrator
ciru1MroluVorts
01 Oregon tor .uuituomaii county, and
lias quaiiucd. All eroti Having claims
against laid estate arc hereby notified to
prctcut the same, duly verllled an by law
reunited, to the uudeisiKued at his law
office, 316 Board of Trade Building,
Portland, Orcein, within vx mouttu
from the data hereof.
Dated and first published June 17, 1921.
Last publication July 8, 11)21.
I). C. Ml WIS. Administrator.
With will annexed, ol the Hstutc of
Augustus M. Itstcy, deceased.
FOY'S
St Johns Fair Store
Highest Quality and Lowest Prices
Toys a Specialty
207 N. Jersey St. Phone Col.839
Dr. Herbert F. Jones
CHIROPRACTOR
311 North Jersey Street
Day Phone
Night Pltoue
Columbia G90
Columbia 97
W. A. CARROLL
Real Estate Broker
Own Your Home
New ListiuRS for your ins
pection now ou file at onr of
fice. Some fine bargains in homes
both city and country.
Phone Columbia 1285
301 N. Jersey St
COR, BALTIMOKR
Patronize the home merchant.
mohers wishing to visit elast.
For Friday, Satur
day and Monday.
Sugar Corn, 2 cans 23c
Win-all Peas, two cans 23c
Fountain Peaches, 2 24c
Koyal Club Peaches, 2 28C
Calumet llaklng Powder lb, 27c
1'oiiiilnln Oystcrs,18c can,2 35c
Best Jellies, assorted, glass 15c
Campbell's Soups, can 10c
Wesson Oil, pints 28c
Small Sardines, 5 cans 25c
three for 42c
Hulk Lard, 15c lb, H lbs. . . ,42c
Oood Trade Coffee 25c, 5 lb..$l
Ucst Creamery Uuttcr, lb . . 33c
.25c
Hnkery Goods, Prcsh Milk,
I Candies.
GROCERY
Columbia 1299
THE OPENING OF
General
Hospital
Mrs. A. Bono
to 4 a. m.
312 Trumbull St.
Dr. L. F. Pickens,
DENTIST
Office hours 8 to 12 n. m. 1 to 0. p.
livening' 7 to 9.
in.
Peninsula Hank Illdg.
Office Phone Columbia 1183
JOY
SERVICE
-The quickest;
-The best;
The cheapest;
Suits Pressed 45c
Dry Cleaned $1.25
"LET JOY DO IT"
You Bring and Take Away
is the Reason
5 Stores
217 N. Jersey Street
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peuinsula Security Co. Uldg.
St. Johns.
MUSIC
Chautauqua is a veritable festival of music. Lleurance's Little Symphony Orchestra is scheduled
for two notable concerts. Then there is the Sam Lewis Company, headed by the prominent Welsh
tenor, Sam Lewis; The Orpheus Four, America's foremost male quartet the Jugo-Slav Tamburica Or
chestra; Walter Jenkins; The Roach-Freeman Company. Twelve coucerts iu all certainly the music
alone is wortli far more than the cost of the season ticket.
LECTURES
Many notables appear ou the Chutttattqua lecture staff this season. Slefatisson, the famous Arctic
explorer, is otic of the hcadliuers. Peter Clark Macfarlane, noted American writer, is another. Add
to these two celebrities the name of Tom Skcyhill, just back from Russia, Hunt Cook of the Chicago
Art Institute, Father Crouin and Burnell Ford, iuvcutor and electrical scientist.
ENTERTAINMENT
An outstanding entertainment event is scheduled for the fifth night in a big play production pre
sented by the Kelghlcy Broadway Players with an all-professional cast. Another entertainment feature
of note comes in the two programs to be prssentcd by Ada Roach aud Ruth, Freeman ou the second
day. This is a duo with a country-wide reputation.
Lawn Mowers and Scissors
SHARPENED
SAW FILING Satisfaction Guaranteed
H. F. ROSE
S24 E. Mohawk St. Phone Columbia I069
ELMER SNEED
Violin Instruction
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
1'hoiie Columbia 302
Onicc-Col. G2! KcildenccCol. 477
Dr. E. P. Bordon
DENTIST
I'itltilcM extraction of teeth under nllrou
oxide nan
l'cnliuuU IlanK IIIiIk.
St. Johns, Portland, Oregon
Poff & 0'Neil
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand nnd Gravel
Dally Trips to Portland
Phone Col. 308 208 N. JERSEY S
I'hono Columbia 977
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO., Inc
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
WIRING 1'IXTUKItS AND SUI'I'J.IKS
General Keiwir Work
109 S, Jeney Street, Portland, Oregon
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
Security Benefit Association
St. Johns Council 2775
KrcuUr mctliiim 6it nd third MooJiVf,
Opru lurrllNK to thr public mil memtwri Jnd
una Mil jiciHUvi. vuuoit iua mtniDcti cor
ilUIlp InWtc.l to Mtrml at Mook Hall
Laurel Lodge, 1, 0, 0, F.
No. 106, St. Johna. Oregon
Meet each Monday evening in Odif fel
low hall at 7;3o, A cordial welcome to
all visiting brother,
V H Flennin. N II. . I.. Corminv. V. O.
IC C Crar Krc Bcc, Joe R0U1H Flu.Sc.
II. I. wiaiK. Treat.
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attendance of
our tncmuers at our regular meetings
every ftl ana -iiti luursuay evening.
O. W. Muhui, C. K. Hatchitt,
Consul,
l'hone Columbia 1)02
Clerk.
Col. 1450.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGMIS Or PYTHIAS
Meet every l'riday night at
:jo o'clock In II1CKNHK
lall, Visitors alway wel.
come,
15. CORCORON, C. C.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet everv Thnrsdav evening in
I. O. O. l Hall, Leavitt and Jersey
streets. Visitors always welcome.
W A Trout, C C U. C. Clark, Clerk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. f, and A. M.
Meets the first and third
Wednesdayof each month
in Masonic Hall. Visi
tors welcome.
John M. Blair, V, M.
A, W. Davis, Secretary,
PENINSULA CHAPTER
No, 43 R, A, M.
Stated meetings first aud third
Monday of each month in Ma
sonic Hall, VuJtsn Welcome.
W. A CARROLL, K H. F,
O. II. LKMON, ScrUry.
Real Estate
Established Since 1905
Member National Ass'u of Realty Boards
Member Interstate Realty Association,
Member Portland Rrahy Board,
List vour property with us; we make
sales. S. C. COOK. Realtor,
35
402 N. Jersey Street,
ELLISON-WHITE
MKE (lHAUTAVQVA WEEK
YOUR YAZATlOn WEEK
Season Tickets on Sale Soon
ADULTS, $2.72, Stndenli, $1.50; Chlld't 91.00. No War Tax.
ILLUSTRATED PROGRAM NOV BEING DISTRIUUTED
WATCH FOR YOURS
ST. JOHNS
July 17-18-19-20-21-22-23
I V-"" riia i III i .b nWITT "raKUJ-l
. C1J l
KJuollxcf says
I have never seen
"She afway-3 lued to complain after a little while. Out
since she has been wearing those Hood sandals, she romps
nnd plays from morning till night, and never seems to tire.'
I can hardly get her to wear anything else."
Rest the growing young feet from their confinement in
stiiT containers. Buy' Hood Cross-Strap Sandals. Drown
duck uppers, with white binding and white lining. Dainty,,
attractive little shoes that wear quite as well as they loot.'
The extra wear comes from the patented Hood Process,
o4tk any dealer or write us.
Hood Rubber Products Co.Jnt
Wittttown, Mas jjchusttts.
INSURE tosarO
Here i a smart summer shoe,
light and graceful at a eanva
shoe can be. A trim, well-fitting
I hoe that holds its shape, eaiy to
clean, w ears well and U unusually
comfortable. For afternoon or
evening wear. Saves the more
expensive leather shoes, too.
The Fraternal Boosters
Meets every Wednesday evening
in the
MOOSE HALL
Join and Help Boost
Pulley & Zurcher
lumblng, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Ware
Phone Col. 92 207 S. Iersey St
Hall Barber Shop
and BATH BOOMS
D. L tiXIL Proprietor
108 Philadelphia St. Baths 35c
Portland, Ore. Phone Col. 1064
W. S. Wymore
Contractor in all kinds of
Cement work or Day work.
Residence 913 N. Central Ave.
PE1IXSUU TITLE ABSTRACT i REALTT M
H. HENDERSON, Mcmsgar
402 N.Jaraay Straet
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Titles Examined
Phone Columbia S&5
her play so happily
HOOD o
ESEHMrartt,
Here Is a stylish, combrtabia
and durable shoe designed tt-'.
pttially for the informal afur-J
noon call, for shopping or for.
the "Movie." in the evening.!
Will retain their smart lines and
are quickly cleaned. Hood Can
vas Shoes are useful, restful, at
tractive, and economical.
St Johns Transfer 8 Storage
Successor to
J. R. WEIA1ER
Careful and experienced furniture
movers'.
Feed and Fuel
Col. 82 100 E. Burlington St.
CHAMBERS COMPANY
j, O. Chambers Mrs. II. R, Lowry
Funeral Directors
248-250 KilllnRiworth Avenue
PORTLAND, OREGON
Telephones: Woodlawn 8306 C 1133
Mr. Chambers is the onlr G. A. R.
undertaker in the city ot Portland.
Personal attention and supervision
given to arrangements.
St. Johns Fuel Co.
515 Columbia Boulevard
Slab and Cordwood
Office Wildrose Shingle Co,
Phone Col. 918
work. Forty cesU per hour. Car
fare. Col, 1417. 81