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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. MnrVIe KtHtor
Published Friday of Each Week
404 N. jersey St. Empire 0321
Subaorlfrtl on prlo Sl.SCj pmr ynr.
Tns RRViKt U entered at txt office
In Portland, Oregon, ns mnU uinttcr
o! Uie second cln&s under the Act of Con-
of Mrtrch 3, 1879.
Swinging into tlic final days of
the campaign, the managing com
ntitteo of the 1927 Exposition
issues a final appeal to the ob-elo-rate
to vote favorably on the tax
measure at tho election on next
Tuesday in the intercuts oC do
voloptnunt and advancement of
all sections of Oregon. The mens
tiro provides for raising $'1,000.
000 by taxing Portland property
over a period of throe yours, con
tingent on raising $ 1,000.000 by
private subscription. Th.? Expo
sition will lm tho central f Mlurc
of a ten-year state development
11I1111. If the tax misses at
tho election a national ndvrrti.s
ing campaign will be inaugural
ed which wil herald the risour
nca of Oregon and scenic wonilen
to tho entire country. It is ar
mind llml Ornifnn noods iiion
l)cople to settle the thousands or
acres of land. Tho exposition N
declared to bo the best mod 11,111
to bring capital and prospect it
Failure of the voters to ro.vi
flinrizn the Hlutcild throe mill li'vi
t tin, iliuitiiiii 'I'lii-mliiV wnlllll
not only disrupt oily service bu
it would result in an increase
tiro insurance rales throughout
tho city of from 2fi to per cent
it is Maid. .las. N. Met 'line, mini
ager of the Oregon ItiNurauei
Itntitiif Hureau. has written a lot
tor to Citv ComiiiisHioner Hige
low. in wliich he states Dial his
bureau is of the opinion that Hi
fire bureau at iircsout is uiidei
manned and not properly equip
ped and thai any further mint
tion would bo followed by an 111
crease in lire insurance niton
Twice before the voters of Port
land have voted in favor of the
three mill measure and its sub
mission at this lime is for the
nnrimxe of eorreeliin; a tecliiiioal
legal point that was raised by tin
tnx supervising and eonserva
tiim eniiiiiiiaiSnii. This commix
sion, incidentally, has recommen
ded the niiKsage of the measure
by 1 lio voters. Defeat of tin
measure by Hie voters Tuesday
will result in a reduction of oily
Kcrvice in every depart meiit, in
cluding the lire bureau of 2H per
cent, U is estimated by city olll-cials.
Dr. V. F. Martin, associate ed
itor of the Liberty Magazine of
"Washington, 1). ('., will discuss
the Compulsory .School Hill at SI
.Johns Public library 011 Monda.v
pveniiiL'. Nov. (itli. al K 11. m. Dr
Martin is a speaker of National
reputation, having spoken 011 Hit
nrincinlos of Ilcliu'ioiis Liberty
in almost every state in the l!n-
ion. Von are invited to be ores
out and hear Hie discussion and
thru decide the uuestiou on its
(wn merits, pd adv
Two room apartment and kitch
enette for rent. Phono Km. 2102.
Short dry and green wood for
wale. Mike (loaicke, KM North
Jersey street ; Umpire I I7f.
', HP 1 SO I A I - -1 1 A 1 1 ( 1 A I N
Four room modern house, fur
unco, close in,KOod dUt rid, $1000.
107 N. .Jersey .St.j Kmpire Ufr67.
Loyal Order of Moose
James John l.oduo No. 1509
Meets every Thursday evening
at Moose Hall. St. Johns. Visit
ing members nhvays welcome.
l'.J, Willinm, "Dictator.''
Pro. II Sicrlliir. "Kcc'v '
7 Big Acts
M. E. CHURCH
November 17, 1922
6 to 9 Years 10 to 12 Years
Women's Gapeskin Gloves $2.50
iMuc quality Cape Glove for
Street Wear. One Clasp,
self color embroidered, smooth
fitting and comfortable,
Hrowu, Tan, Black, Grey.
Women's Silk Hose
Variegnttd Clocks on Black
Siik, Pair $1.35.
Infant's Wool Sweaters
Plain or Embroidery, Closely
Knit, Pure Wool Sactpies,
$1.40 to $1.75
Girls Wool Hose
Hcnthcr, Brown, Calf Knee.
Sizes 0 to 8'i.
Women's Wool Hose
C0c, fiJc, U 00. Black Only
Women's Leather Work Gloves
$3.95, to $7.75
White Blanket Sheets
72x99, each $1.90
Women's High Shoes $5.00
Black or Brown
Women's $1.25, $1,35, $1-75
Girl's 85c, $1, $1.25, $1.75.
Boy's 95c to $2.00.
Men's $1.50, $1.75, $3.25,
20c to 40c
Physical Fitness Is The Basis
Can you eat pure food and get wholesome nourishment from
it or is each morsel mixed with slow poisoning from decayed or
ahecssud teeth ?
As surely as your mouth is in an unhealthy condition, just
as surely is your whole system suffering from poisoning as deadly
as if you were taking arsenic In small doses.
Think it over and come In today for a free consultation.
Get our prices before going elsewhere. They will surprise you.
DR. R. E. BRIGGS DR. S. B. McCLINTOCK
Crown, Bridge and Free Painless Extractions
Piute Specialists. with Crown Bridge and
B. & M. PAINLESS OENTISTS
NEW CURRIER BUILDING
108J .j South Jersey Street
IT YOU desire Quality
Meats at Reasonable Pri
ces you can purchase them
in St. Johns at the
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
t UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
X OUR AIMS Quality and Sorvlco
109 North Jersey Street Market Phone Kmpire 0021
2 M94 4t4r0
Dow V. Walker
for County Commissioner
IJxpcrleuced and Qualified
Sunset Cash Grocery
111 Philadelphia St.
Phono Empire 1148
13 lbs. Sugar $1.00
1 Pt. Mazola 27c
lQt. Mazola 49c
i Gallon 95c
1 Gallon $1.83
SATURDAY ONLY, 100 lbs, Sugar $7.45
(1 Sack to a Customer)
FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY SPECIALS
I Qt, Knights Salad Oil 43c
8 Rolls Toilet Paper 25c
I lb, Jereey Belle Duller.. . .48c
Lg, Size Asparagus Tips. . . ,25c
Fountain Oysters. ..15c
Knight's best grade Hulk Mince Meat, Pound 2Sc
Knight's Prepared Mustard, iu Pint Mason Jars 19c
Knight's Fresh Sweet Cider iu Hulk, Gallon. 45c
3 Pound Tin Walter Uaker's Sweet Chocolate. 79c
Don't Fail to try our New Steel Cut Coflec, Pound... 25, 30, 37c
Our Motto Satisfied Customers
Wo Give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
DUNCAN BROS,, Prop.
One hundred sheets of good
typewriting paper for 25 cents
at this oflico.
Warrnuty deed blanks and
contracts of sale- at this office; 5c
each, or 50c per dozen.
Thurssdny nnd Fridny, Nov. 2-3
WALLY REID in
"ACROSS THE CONTINENT"
Paramount. A ruining, snort
ing auto story nnc of his host.
Also Timber (tiPf-ii" No. G.
.Saturday. November Jth
ANITA STEWART in
"IIHIl MAI) UAHfJAlN" 1st
Knndav and Monday. Nov. 5-0
THOMAS MEIGHAN in
"THE BACHELOR DADDY"
Paramount. A comedy dra
ma that ranks as t lie best this
popular star has made in years.
Tuesday and Wednes.. Nov. 7-8
MAE MURRAY in
"PEACOCK ALLEY" Metro
Eight big reels of Mao Murray
at her best. It ' a good picture
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SUITS AT 3O.JV
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save at least $10 00 on any suit you
The suit I offer you nt f 20.150 U positively
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your money wm dc promptly rcnimicii.
In million to the $2G.R0 Milts, I hnvc oth
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them. Come Iu mid sve till grout I.luc
or drop me u card mid I will tiring it to
you. I will not urye you to nuy.
J. D. RAMSEY
(Rose City Hotel)
320 Uurlingtqn Street St. Johns
I WASH IDE PENINSULA
Why Not Your Bundle?
L. K. von Pier. Empire 2192
10112 N. Syracuse St.
Louis P. Hewitt
An able lawyer of 15 years
experience. Honest, con
scientious and upright in
his professional and pri
He is entitled to your vote
Ballot No. 34
Dr. D. S. Swart
Physician and Surgeon
Ilonham & Currier Bldg.
ALLEN'S SHOE SHOP
403 S. Jersey St.
Just Opened Up and ready
Prices Right. Give Mc a Trial
C. M. ALLENBAUGH, Prop.
Home, Km. 1131 Office, Km. 0379
DR. F. P. SCHULIZ
Physician and Surgeon
Bonhnm & Currier Building
Diseases of Women Office Hours
Children nnd Obstetrics 9-12 A. M., 2-5 P. N
7Ji30 P. M.
St. Johns Fuel Co.
515 Columbia Boulevard
Slab nnd Cord wood
Office Wildrose Shingle Co.
Phone Col. 018
The American Shoe Shop is NOW ready to serve
the, public with the Best Shoo Repairing.
Wo have a supply of tho BEST good shoes
for Men and Boys. Come and get
Acquainted and get a
Big Dollar's Worth
F. Kass, Prop.
110 S. Jersey Street
Now Under New Management
312 Trumbell Streot, Corner Willamette Blvd.
GRADUATE NURSES IN ATTENDANCE
THE HOSPITAL FOR ST. JOHNS Phone Empire 1492
CENTRAL CASH GROCERY
108 Philadelphia St. W. J. FORSYTHE
Opposite Masonic Bldg. Phone Empire 1588
The Store of Personal Service
WE DELIVER FREE
Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials
K) lbs. pure Cane Sugar. .. .$1.00
1- cans Pork and litmus OSc
Hraml Nuts, lb loo
Comb Honey, comb 20o
:i lbs. Central Htond Coffee .$1.00
Kull Cream Cheese, 11 30c
Corn and Teas, 'J cans -fio
7fc Broom for 15o
Flap .lack and Wattle Flour 2uo
Large .can Salmon l!0e
Delicious Apples, box $1.2
1 large rolls Toilet Paper ...-'oc
Pint .lar Mustard ...18e
Large package Hud Seed ...,10e
Old Dutch Cleans.r. :i for ...25c
Calumet Hank Five with ono
pound of Calumet.
Mince Meat 2"e lb , 2 lbs ... .-loo
3 lb. box Graham Crackers ,.70c
Xo. f Soda Crackers, box ...50c
1 lb. Peanut Brittle, lb 25c
fi boxes Matches 29e
7 cans Oysters, 5 oz $1.00
Vj lb. Folger's Tea 25e
ti packages Figs 25c
Fl.Ol'H SPECIAL Hard
Wheat Flour.... $l.G5 to $1.95
J) lb. sack liolled Oats 50c
I) lb. sack Flour 40c
25 lb. sack Flour $1.00
t Premium liolled Oats, pkg ,35c
Fine or Coarse Graham, sack. 45c
Sound mealy Spuds, sack ..$1.00
10 lb. Dark Karo 65c
10 lb. Bed Karo 70c
Large pitcher Maple Syrup.. 60c
3 lb. bulk Cocoa 25c
DR, FRANK SANDIFUR
Exclusive Care of Eyes
Res. Kuip. 10SG Office limp. 1SS3
The Exposition Means
Immediate State Development
You are asked to vote November 7 on a constitutiouul amend
ment authorizing the city of Portland to levy within the city a
tax of one milliion dollars a year for three years to finance tho
proposed 1927 Exposition. ( inn,
There is evidence that plans and purposes of the 1927 Exposi
tion are not fully understood nnd this message is being published
to give a more complete understanding and to gain state-wide ap
proval of the Exposition plans.
It should first of nil bo made plain thnt the proposed three mil
lion dollar tax to be levied iu Portland is contingent upoi the
raising of n fund of one million dollnrs by private subscription
the men who arc pioneering the building of the Exposition show
ing their own faith in n material way.
The one purpose of the Exposition is the development of Ore
gon and Oregon resources.
Oregon, twice the size of the state of New York nnd one of tho
richest sections of the world in natural resources, hns lcss thnn a
million population instead of the four or five millions which the
stnto enn ensily support nnd which in turn would contribute to
the support of the state.
Oregon has fewer people than the city of Los Angeles.
Oregon hns only eight people to the Hqunro mile. Californin has
22 nnd Wellington 20.
Oregon is burdened with taxes and the one sure relief to the in
dividual taxpayer is more people to develop more wealth to shnre
the tnx burden.
) Vnst arena of Oregon soil, as fertile as the world contains, are
untouched by the plow becnuse the people of the world do not
know of their fertility nnd opportunity. .
But these nre fncts we nil know.
Wo nre nil ugrecd ns to the need of development in Oregon j now
let us see what the 1927 Exposition can mean iu bringing about
It Is proposed thnt the 1927 Exposition shall be the central font
ure of a tcn-j'car development plan for the .state.
The first essential of this plan is that the people of the East who
can better their own conditions by coming to Oregon ho made
to know what Oregon tan ofTV-r.
It is planned, if the Exposition mcn.surc is npproved nt the polls
to bn(in, not lutt'r than 1921, n campaign of advertising which
shall cover all the rich states to t ho oast ofuB.
It is planned nlso to continue this development program nfter
the Exposition Is ended nnd until 193 1.
The 1927 Imposition as the concentration point of n ten-year
development plan is n definite, tangible movement for stnte
wide progress, and on this basis you can confidently give your a
pproval to the Exposition mcas-ures to ho voted on nt the polls N
Tho change of date from 1925 to 1927 has been mndu becnuso it
hns been found impossible to build an adequate Exposition nnd
co-ordinate all its features in n general plan for Oregon dovel
ment iu the little more than two years between now nnd 1925.
George L. Baker, Vice Chairman Managing Committee
MnRl"R Committee 1 T. Griffith, Chairman; Gcortfo I,. Dker, Vlco Chlr
mn; John I'. Daly. Our W. Talbot. Ira V. 1'owcm. A. It. I.c, W. W. IUr
rah, I'. C. Dcckabncli, William Hanley, timer OliiifteuJ.
Pittance Committee Kmery Olmitetil, Chalriiiau; Guy W. Talbot, Ira 1'. l'oweri
John I'. Daly, David M. Dunne. J. A. Crftiitton, K. H. Smith, Nathan Strauu
Thlt ailvcrtlieincnt It palit or by five hundred Oregon cltlieui.
Robert Q. Duncan
The Patriotic Candidate
Vote No. 12 X Robert G. Duncan
For (hi School Bill, Firtl, Last and 111 Ihs Tine
Robert O. Duncan's Platform
1st Compulsory Hducation, Ab
olition of Private Schools.
2d Tax incomes, tax excess pro
fits, tax stock dividends.
!lrd Public Ownership of Hull
roads, Tolephono nnd Tele-
. .graph lines.
-1 tli Adjusted compensation for
fith Enforco tho Volstead Act
uphold the Constitution.
(Jth Alien Land Laws, exclusion 9th Anti-Newberry Laws make
of Asiatics. it impossible for millionaires
7th Enforco tho Anti-Trust to buy ofilces.
Laws, prosccuto the trusts. 10th Kick the corporations out
f r 1
or polities uestoro tite gov
ernment to the people. Turn
America loose; givo tho small
man a chance to prosper.
8th Tho Leaguo of Nations nnd
Versailles Treaty. Repeal the
Draft Law and all war legislation.
For Representative in Congress Vote for
12 X KOHISKT O. DUNUAIN.
The race is between Duncan and McArthur. Which will you havo ?
I Berved the country under arm s during the Spanish-American
War and threo years In the regul r army. Neither of my oppo
nents hnvc seen service McArth ur "soldiering in Washington;D.
C, during tho late war; Watkins dodged the Draft. R. Q. D.
! General Auto Repairing
Flat Rates on Ford
and Chevolet Work.
Tires, Oils and Accessories
Headquarters fer Chevolet Parts
Weeks 8c Ball
105 W. Leavitt Street '
We Guarantee Our Repair Work to
give you entire Satisfaction
Ford Repair Shop
CARNE SMITH'S Prop.
108 Mohawk Street, Corner Jersey
To win jf Service
Open Evenings Phone Empire 0472