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ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FDIDAY, DECEMBRE 22, 1922
Oi u mm ommnymmo-
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
WE OFFER 1650 CHRISTMAS
N EKT I ES 50c, 75c,
95c, $1.25 and $1.50
BATH ROBES SUSPENDERS MEN'S HIGH GRADE
$0.50 BOc, 76o, OHo FLANNEL PAJAMAS
CASHMERE HOSE SILK AND WOOL HOSE
35c; 3 pairs $1.00 COo, 7Bc, 85c, 05o INDIAN MOCCASINS
n Men's Wool Houso Jacket $1.75, $2.50
DE fJANAND SWEATER COATS Mon.fl Wool
OOW BOY SUITS t en mona wool
$2.50 SWEATER COATS
DRESS SHIRTS $4.50
DRESS GLOVES $1.35 up to $7.50 '
$1.85, $2.50 Men's and Boys' FLANNEL SHIRTS
. $1.75 to $5.85
MEN'S SOLID LEATHER LEATHER BELTS wANnitPRnmPPa
DRIBS SHOES 50c, 05o, 75c, $1.00 HANDKERCHIEFS
$105 10o to 75c
AUTO GLOVES Boys $3.50, $3.05 H0USE SLIPPERS
$155, $255, $3.50 Men's $3.75, $4.85 $1.35, $1.85, $1.05, $2.05
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Thursday nnd Friday, Dec. 21 22
.... JOHN GILBERT
' ' 1 10X011 FIRST ' 'Fox.
Also "Timber Queen" No. 13
Snturdny, December 23
SHIRLEY MASON in
"YOUTH MUST HAVE LOVE"
Sunday (Only) December 21
ANITA STEWART in
"ROSE OF THE SEA" First
MEN'S FALL AND WINTER WEIGHT
UNDERWEAR - $1.45, $1.75 UP
GOOD STUFF AT THIS RIGHT 1'IUCB
THE RAINCOAT MAN
DON'T FORGET WE ARE 0 LOSING OUT ALL MEN'S READY MADE SUITS
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8:00
TOE ORIGINAL ALL RECORD PHONOGRAPH WITHOUT
ATTACHMENTS. PLAYS ALL RECORDS AT
The Public is always the Final Judge
The public approval accorded the Brunswick will influ
ence you in purchasing your phonograph.
45.00 down; No interest. Your own terms in reason on
Hear Brunswick Records if you want the finest.
JANUARY RECORDS RELEASED WEDNESDAY, DEO. 20
Many beautiful Xmas Records in this release. Come in.
We will gladly play them for you.
Basket Ball Shoos ROGERS.
Monday, Dec. 25 Christians
Open at 2:30 Continuous
HOUSE PETERS in
"THE MAN FROM LOST
and BUSTER KEATON in
Tuesday and AVcdncs, Dee. 2(5.27
ALIOE TERRY in
"TURN TO THE RIGHT"
Metro. This is one ot the big
pictures of thu past year. You
will like it.
Thursday and Friday, I)ee.28 21)
LON OHANEY in
"FLESH AND BLOOD"
Also "Timber Queen" No. It
Office Hour: Open livcnliiRi nml
9 A. M. to 12 M. ""'I Sum nyn
1:30 1. M. lo 5 P. M. H' Apjwlntuicnt
DR. B. F. HUSSON
Kooini 7-8, Pciiltuula Dank WiIr.
Phone Umpire 1183
Clark & Wilson Greon Wood
Call Empiro 1-175
GEORGE W. SELLIOK
George W. Scllick passed away
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
T. II. Shells, 713 S. Jersey street
on Thursday evening, Dec. M,
following a short illness. Mr.
Selliek was born in Montgomery
county, New York, January 15,
1811!, and spent the early part of
his life in that state. On Dec.
22, 1870 ho was married to Carrie
Adams in Plmyra, N.Y. In 1883
they moved to Watcrtown, South
Dakota where they resided until
coming to St Johns in 1!)UG. Mr.
and Mrs. Selliek celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary on
December 22, 1020. Surviving
him besides his widow,
Carrie Sollick, are his
daughter, Mrs. T. II. Shells,
and two brothers, II. W. Sollick
of 015 N. Syracuse St., and Cynu
H. Selliek of Watcrtown, S. D.
Funeral services were held from
the home of the (daughter, on
Saturday aftrnoon. Rev. W. 15.
Kloster, pastor of Pioneer Meth
odist church, officiated. Inter
incut was made in Rost cemetery.
Mr. Sollick united with the
Methodist church in his youth
and was a member of tho A. O.
Tho Gleaner Sunday school
class of Pioneer Methodist Sun
day school aro preparing the
"Old Maids' Convention" which
they will givo somo timo in
Boya' Suits $3.95 ROGERS.
COMMUNITY CLUB HAS
T TOW kiiran ll li IIC TOIfllll td ikl ildlftl'fl l
IKrAi rl ,. .A M- n.,1 ii. (vo sint rv I b-TU
HOW liurwn It l to lie mtftul to the (Mender of
our country In time of war, and to give want ir
rretlitlvc thought to the KfWimatvl ullort who wrv
p time of prate.
A iltnibr MtitwU 1 Mittlm liken toward the
vkti ol the funeral llfftif . Yet the very fir t th.it he
j 1 rolndciully I rata' I, m-xUrnV r.tlp(xil awl fully
ireprt.l to Hr.f ui In tho crlwi oc eould In nowlw
fate without him l In Uh.Ii n itrvUe to ut .ill
In the titrtc o' need h aniwer rvty call, iw natter
nt ht hour of the lUy or iilght.lt toniM, no t.ut
ttr hor far it him, to what dincerwi" or iliw
Rreeall. t.tl It Ii.hU Uiu, w ht aulleilns li muit
wlncoml, Uliifi liurtun, mint hat.
Then ll ( thai ou fin 1 in K . frkntl ami cmirmllorj
and IfTrtiiw he Im ltrt Jtnl ' many tlim Into
hciv4 wlwrtr wrrow ln called '.rl. he ikhIvC
tl.il luit what tads In tl uay l hit nnU
llu- IjU tnUte a c .mortlnf inenwiy.
J,iA.jfcrJjy ffanUt foil Monk ll. IW.
CHAMBERS COMPANY,: Inc.
MortltUni t( ja Kllllngiwotlti Avenue
' H, mil "!' etfiHHilH't t to.
The Day of the Gift Draws Near
The Gift That Will Bring a Smile
of Satisfaction on Christmas
Jewelry the Gift of Love
THE CI EFT SUPREME
W. M. TOWER
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Make this a
A Victrola and Victor Records! This Christmas
you can give the family no better present. From the
oldest down, each and every one will be glad to hear
their favorite music sung or played by the world's
greatest artists. You won't grow tired of your Victrola
each month brings its new list of Victor Records,
which people look for like the morning news. There arc
Victrolas to suit all purses come in today and make
your selection 1 Easy term9.
One of the most successful en
tertainments which the St. Johns
Community club him sponsored
this year was the community
Christmas tree in the Y. r. 0. A.
on Tuesday evening. Childron of
tho community whose Christmas
might not otherwise have been a
joyous event will ho glnddoncd
the night before Christmas
when Santa Claus appears at
their door laden with tho toys
which were tho price of admis
sion to thisentertainment.
Included on tho program were
selections by the James John
high school orchestra; song by
the George school chorus ; a short
play hy the Sitton school; solo
by Lieutenant R. L. Crane, ac
companied by Mrs. IJernieo. 31c
Call; piano solo by Randolph
Howard; reading by Doth
Uoomsluiter; and a solo by Miss
Lola Murphy, accompanied by
Mrs. MeCall. And last, but no
moans least, Santa Claus arrived
with useful gifts for a number of
the members of the club includ
ing S. h, Dohie who received
rattles, dolls and tops; J. N.
Edlofscn who was presented with
a tin horn to call his help to
cether: Dean ICuowlivt. Min. K.
A. low, W. T. Fletcher, Dr. 15.
i uorcicn, Mrs. V. h. Holmes,
Mrs. E. R Monahau, Mrs. Her
nice McCall, Mrs. J. Surlier, Miss
Lola Murphy, A. E. Jones, lv. C.
Couch and others received gifts
equally as suited to their nuods.
These gifts were also turned
back to thu committee for dis
tribution to needy children of tho
Candy and apples were passed
for refreshments tititl oonuluded
the evening's cntcrtaiumut.
The gorgeous now robtw of
Peninsula Chapter Order of Do
Molay were worn for thu first
time by officers of tho chapter
when they initiated eight can
didates at a meeting held in
Doric Masonic Temple on Wed
nesday uvening, Dee. Ill, which
a large erowtl of Master Masons
attended. Among tho eaudi
dates were (leorge Cordon, Paul
M. Lane, Lewis Clark, Lorenzo
Anderson ,Hnrl Wiggjt, Konnuth
Kistner, Clarence Tooley and
hcltoy Calhoun. Dr. 10. P. I tor-
den and Dean lvuowlos aro niioii-
soriug the work for the boys.
Community Church Notos
Tho primary tlopartmuul was
entertained nt the parish hous
Saturday afternoon. Twenty,
five of the little folk were out.
Under the supervision of .Mi.
Campbell and Mrs. WVviuoHr,
assisted by tho ttmulicin, uhiiiw
were played, after which ru
freshuiputs were served. Mrs.
Santa Claus stopped in for a fuw
minutes with treats and to iwtf
what kind of children wore there.
Notwithstanding the cold Sun-
lay the atteiidaueo was khhu
lu tho evening twonty-ltuvtrii
iovh from ilitToront xiimiph of
the Pilgrim (Miorustw joined with
our hoys in providing iiiiihIu.
Mr. Price, who is in uhargu of the
work, gavo a short talk. At tho
close of tho sorviee.Mr. MeCluru,
Mrs. Itlukie, Mrs. SwurU ami
Geo. Gordon were chosen m a
committee to direut aetivititM of
tho local chorus.
Friday night, the Sunday
school will give its Christ mas
futcrtaiiiment and treats. Tim
Christmas spirit will eharatfter
ize the wo hip Sunday. In thu
morning there will lie spuefitl
music and a miMsagu from thu
pastor that will miiku tho suhkoii
seem more real. In tho uvouiiiK
the mcKKago will be taknu from
DickciiH " Christ miM Carol.
There will bo no ( hrwtiiin wn-
deavor Sunday evening, but tho
young people will have eharKo of
a sunrise prayer meeting Christ
mas morning. All members and
friends of the church are urged
to be present. Tho church will b
warm. Tho meetiuu will ho at
7;00. It is the purpose of this
church to spread the spirit ol m
OJRRIN'S FOR DRUGS
.. n in.- n muni ii fl TMI fl
The Review Wishes Its Friends and Readers A Merry Xmas and Happy New Year
Peninsula Chanter No.
Itoval Arch Masons, meeting in
Masonic Hall, St. Johns, mot
Monday night of this week and
murnllixl HlO followilllt ()f l'ieei !
J. D. Welwter, li. II. P.; J.. S.
ICenney, King; W. a. .Meuuiro,
Scribe; H. A. MoMahan, Capt. of
Host; J. ( Uailoy, r. h.; u. w.
Gazeley, K. A. C; .J. 11. .lummu
M. U V.; Clyde O. Rogew, M. 2
V.; Chas. II. Maxwell, M. 1 V.;
S. L. Dobie, Treasurer; G. ll.
Leinm, Secretary. After tho in
Htallation ceremonies lunch was
served and intoi'esting talks
were enjoyed. M. 13. Grand High
Priest Patterson of tho Grand
Chapter of Oregon was pnwent
nnd made a most interesting and
instructive talk. Tho Chaptur
is enjoying a healthy growth and
interest in Capitular Masonry Is
on tho increase.