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Rain Capes, G to 14, in red and
Felt Slippers, assorted styles
and colors 70c to $1.20
Buster Brown Stockings in black
and brown o 20c, 35
Suits, with two Pants . . . .$7.45 and $8.45
Slippers $1.15 and $1.25
TO OUR ' CLASSIFIED
All olassifoid ads must bo in
by 2 p. m. Thursday to imiuro in
sertion. All classified ads pay
able in advance except to thoso
who have- monthly occouilW with
Do not neglect to send in your
Teacher of Piano
Pfctiie Empire 1687 Clarendon St.
1710 Near Portsmouth Ave.
Member Builders ftxettange
W.' P. 'Greene & Son
Contractors & Builders
525 U. BUCHANAN STRUCT
rottltnd, Ore. Miotic Umpire 1026
Just list to tho story
Wo want to tell
Of gift's largo and small,
Sure to pldaso you well, "
At tho Bluo Bird Bazaar
You will find them all
Gifts for children
An'd Indies tall,
Dolls wo will dress
In fashions lato
Pretty and neat
At a reasonable rato.
MRS A. J. CANRIGIIT,
311 Jersey St.
Eyes examined glasses fitted.
if uir t tiguii it u . nit-
strap', ' Physician' and Surgeon,
1-4 Peninsula' Security Bldg.
118 Philadelphia St.
Hair Cuts 35c
Tint Glass Work
Your Patronage Invited
'One hundred first class en Vcl
epe)T"vith"your name and ad
dress neatly printed on the cor
nr for one dollar at the Review
ohm.. Additional 100 for 75c
YJtfB tntTuf or ' pnhted"return
Pulley & Zurcher
PjWnjfYricatiiig & Tinning
we Kepatf Aluminum ware
rkoae Col. X 207 S Jersey St.
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
TRArttf ER AND STdRAGE
. .SaUrf arid Gravel
Km &wmr " m i: JERSEY ST
PHMMrU'mlt IssrulcT a reiltt co
H. HENDERSON, Mnimg.r
, . 403 N , Jry Btroct
Abstracts of Title Prepared
THE B, & C. MONEY BACK STORE
WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DOTY
USEFUL GIFTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Holeproof Hosiery inSilk, black and
brown.. 85c, $1.00, $1.00, $1.65, $2.25
Fancy Oartcrs 50c and 76c
Fancy Bloomers 75c and $1.50
Felt Slippers in Comfy rind' Leather
Soles $1.19, $1.20, $1.49, $1.59
Quitted Sateen $1.75
Box Hdkfs . . i 25o to $2.50 Box
Bath Robes $4.46
Silk Umbrellas $0.45 and $0.85
Buster Brown Silk Stockings $1.25
Box of 3 pr $3.50
C. Money Back Store
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED
113 Philadelphia St.
LEGEND OF THE MISTLETOE
Yuletldo Doufjh Wat rtesponslutt for
Death of Baldar, Son of Odin,
an Old Story.
1 110 mlstlctoo bouch, ac-
cording to an old Scandi
navian legend, yiui respon
sible for tho denth of
llnldcr, tho ion of Odin,
nnd tho God of Eloquence nnd I'ootry.
Having Inforniod his mother, FrJgn,
thnt n drenm hud warned hltn of his
Imminent death she Invoked nil tho
powers of earth flro, nlr, earth and
water (Including all animals and
plants) to como to Ids rtweuo. In tho
combats of thu gods, thorcforo, he
found himself uninjured.
Hut lOiiko, his deadly enemy, wan
doturmlnod to dltcovor tho sacrot of
hla Invulnorabltlty, and by Judiciously
(lnttoring Krlga, and praising tha
progess of hor son, obtained from, har
tho roason. Hut, oho foolishly told htm,
thuru was ono fcoblo llttlo shoot sho
had not thought It necessary to In
voko thu mlstlotoo.
Tho trenchurous Loako tmmodlately
procured a branch of tho mlstlotoe,
nnd onterlng thu assembly of gods pre
sented un nrrow mndo from It to blind
llcdn, with tho words "Haider Is be
foro thee. Shoot I" Ho shot and Haider
fell, plorcod and slnln.
Antl countless thousands hnm sinew
been "slnln" and will bo slain- for uges
to como with "darts" from tho "mlstlc
MYTHS OF CHRISTMAS SEASON
Among Soma of Peasantry of Franos
Is Belief That Brssd Remains
Fresh Ten Yar.
wHEQENDS and myths without
Hl I numbor lisro become otso
VHr elated with tho celebration
of Christmas. Among somo
of tho peasantry of Franco
Is a strong belief that loaves of bread
bnkod at Christmas will romsln fresh
for ten years. It Is also believed by
somo of tho simple folk that during
tho whole of the Christmas holidays
portion of bread should be- loft on ths
table day and night because ths Holr
Mothor may como to share it IV
somo reason not to bo explained, thsra
Is a superstition among somt Preach
peasant wives that no bread must bi
baked between Christmas day and ths
Fe.st of the Circumcision, because an
infraction of this rule will bring dis
aster on tho household.
There is a peasaut belief of agelong
standing that If the cattlo on ths farm
bo given drink immediately after the
midnight mass of Christmas thtlr
health will continue good throughout
the year. Another belief Is that if seed
of wheat be wrapped in a tablecloth
which has been used for Christinas
dinner, a protltable harvest will t
Insured. Another strange belief is that
a cold bath taken oo Christmas day
w)U protect Uio bather against fevers
and toothache throughout the year.
TF CHRISTMAS ribbons could
express themselves they would
say that people were thrifty,
for somo ribbons claim to have
been doing business every
Christmas for many, many
years. They are often pressed
and made to look their best, but
they're the same ones used
again and again. However, If
they could pbUosophlze they
would rejoice that they were
the means of adding gaiety,
color and cheer to Christmas- t
packages year after year I J
Lady: I rup.
post you wish
Christmas c a. m
several tlmts a
Willie: I tu.4
to UU I rot in
csx4 to Ullll.
Nutdoor. but It's
The Msrry Christmas.
Jud Tunklns ssys that wlshln a
man a merry 'Christmas and takln'
patns to provide aim with a merry
Christmas are two different things.
PAYS TO SHOP AT
WE ARB BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO HELP
YOU MAKE YOUR XMAS SELECTIONS
IIirIi Qrado Tools for Men and Boya
Pocket Cutlery, Shears, Clippers, Manicure Seta
Safety Razors, Hand Razors, Safety Razor Blades, Stroppers,
Brushes and Soap
Coaster "Wagons, Velocipedes, Bicycles, Tricycles, Hxprcss
Wagons, Kiddie Cars, Tot Cars, Roller Skates
Children 'a Dishes, Erector Sets
Pyrex Oven Ware, Table, Silverware, Nut Bowl and Sots,
Electric Percolators, Hot Point Electric Heaters, Toasters,
Grills, Curlers, Hot Point and Edison Electric Irons,
Beef and Qaiue Carvers, Aluminum' Cooking,
Utensils, Lisk Rasters
Remington Rifles and Daisy Air Rifles
Foot Balls, -Boxing Gloves, Striking Bags
Xmas Treo Elcotrio Lights '
420 N. Jersey It.
The Lombard Lumber Co.
now open for business
When in need of anything in our lino call or see
us. All Orders Large or Small given Prompt
Lombard Lumber Company
1015 Lombard St. Phone Empire 1896
Cut Rate Grocery
The Old Lavrack Store, Next to Post Office, Umpire 1437
A FEW SATURDAY SPECIALS
Evaporated Milk, all kinds, can 10c
Golden "West, Royal Club, De jendable Coffe 30c
Pride of the Valley Maryland Corn, can 0c
Shredded "Wheat, pkg 10c
Post Toastictf, pkg Oo
Kellog's Com Flakes, pkg 0c
Large, Sea Foam, 2 for , 45c
Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for 25c
Pint Bottle DelMonte Catsup 21c
Full Cream Cheese, lb 20o
Schmidt's Best Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Sweet Potatoes, 7 lbs. for 25c
Select Fresh Raisins, 3 lbs. for 43o
U-ta-Na Pens, 2 cans for .,. 25c
49 lb. sack Crown Floor $1.80
"WE RESERVE AMOUNT LIMIT ON ABOVE GOODS
Yours for Business
A. E. SCHMIDT
1 '- ' SIM
Bath Robes $5.45
Comfy' Slippers $1.50 and $1.05
Leather Slippers $1.05, $2.25, $3.35
BeHa'.., 50c and 85c
Knit Ties . ., 05c, 05c, $1.15, $1.25, $1.05
Silk Tics CDc, 75o
Suspenders in Boxes 05c
Boston Garters and Arm Bands
in Fancy Boxes 75o
Wool and Silk Sox, --.20c, 35c, 50c, 75o
.Laurel Lorigo, !, 0,0, F,
No. IOO. St. Johns. Oranon
Meets each Monday evening In Odd I'd
lows hnll nt 7:30. A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers.
Hd. V. Guile. N. O. C. W. Mon. V. O.
9, J. Ihitrouglm, RetSec; O.W.Norcnf, fin. Sec.
ii. i'. Litr, rreti.
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attendance of
our members nt our regular meetings
every 21 ami 4tn Thursday evening.
A. S. Ilcrry, 1. II. Irish,
202 K. I'olk St. 417 It. Chlcsgo St.
Woodmen Of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
nno.l.llre nirctlue everr MomUr erenlna
In llkkiier Hall, nutlltiilon nnd JetMT atrtet.
vuitnMRlniiM welcome. Old tnembtM come
oil! una nee wnni live crap yon iwionc 10.
R, C, UKUHKIIi C c. w. a. trout, tier,
DORIC LODGC NO. 132
A. r. and A. M.
Meets the first nud third
Wednesday of each month
in Mnsonic Hall. VUl
John M. Dlalr, W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary.
Minerva Chapter No. 105, 0. E. S.
fourth Tuesday of each
month In Masonic Hall,
Otuce I,. DUIr, W. M
Dennle V. 1'ost, See.
li;7 Amlierit ttteet.
Loyal Order of Moose
Jnmcs Jolin Lodjro No. 1509
Meets every Thursday evening
nt Moose Hnll, St. Johns. Visit
Iiir members always, welcome.
If. J. Willman, "Dlctstor.''
Oeo. II. Sperling, "Sec'y."
HOLMES LODGC NO. 101
KNIGHTS Or PVIIIIA
Meets every l'rldny night nl
17:30 o'clock In IIICKNHR
w Jiall. Visitors always wel
i. it. riiiLura. c c.
A. CAR!. NIt.A0r, K. It. H
No, 43 R, A, M.
Stilled meetings on the first
Monday of each month in Ma
tonic liall, Vlillore Welcome.
J. I, WltBRTItK.It.II. r.
h. II. LUMON, HeCTftitr.
Say "Morry Ohristniaa"
Says the Sunflower.
punVKHS for your decora-
tioim. KloworliiK plants
mm liolly wroatlm nml
mistlutoo ami poiiisottaH will
lii'lp to weleonui Santa. A
irift of flowers is a cheerful
( li rint niii.s (,'raotiiiK
"JAY IT KITH fLOKERJ"
.un Eiiinu UUSUQ
R. G. Muck
Phones Col. 1281
A. A. Muck
I'houes Col. 1 IK
007 Ireseuiltii Street
Sand, Gravel and
Members of the Ilullilvrs' Itichauge
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. Dldg.
NO TIME LIMIT FOR VATICAN
Its Statesmen Seemingly Tsks Llttls
Thouaht for ths InevlUbl Pais
Ing of ths Ysars.
Tlmo Is not uninsured by tho Vstl
cun iicconllng to our uccejilfd forms.
Wlillu we think la days usually, la
moniliH not ulwuys, In yeurs yery sl
ilom, und In Kci'LTntlons nearly nvvsr,
the Villi cun thinks In centuries r
dlnnrlly, In generations fulrly often,
In ytnire only under tho pressor of
unuMiul elrcuinstnucuA, In stiorter
It Is this difference In tho measure
ment of tlmo which makes the Vutl-c-an
such u dlfllcult subject for the
secular political InTfstlgator. Thert
Is no tlmu limit, In tho usually ac
cepted sense, for tho Vatican's polit
ical thouKht. At leust It Is not lim
ited by a lifetime.
The curdlnnl who at the time of
writing Is ut tho head of tho Vatican's
foreign nfllru segrcterln dl state Is
a very old man, who for BO years has
been connected with political affairs.
But hi- continues to look ahead Into
He, I believe, Is the only statcsmsn
In KurojKi who can nnd who dss cool
ly discuss tho possibility f Ilnsslan
IJolsln-vlsin, under some form or an
other, enduring for BO years yet.
What aro M yeurs for the Vatican?
Itnaclno any other Kuropenn stute
man. anxious for the success of his
butterfly career, talklnir In this cool
way about Moscow. Vladimir Polls.
ix I O
ore in tho London Dally TOtgrsM
Now Under New Management
312 Trumbcll Street, Corner Willamette Blvd.
GRADUATE NURSES IN ATTENDANCE
THE HOSPITAL FOR ST. JOHNS Phone Empire 1492
ST. JOHNS AUTO EXPRESS
Ernie Phillips and Ray Bilyeu, Proprietors
Furniture Packed for Shipment
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
209 S. Jersey St.
Frederick T. Notz
Drs. F. T. & E. H. Notz
Chiropractic and Electro Therapy
Office Hours: 10 A. M.lo 12 M 2 P. M. to 5:;f0 1 M., G:30lM.to8 P.M.
r14-r15 Uektitu llhlK.
303 N. Jersey
lies.: 721 S. Jersey
Geo. W. Muhm
Contractor nnd Builder
Plans and Specifications furnished
lfrce where I build. Residence nd
dross 108 Smith nve. lunpirc 0962
Office ltmpire 1822 Hcs. Itmp. 0177
Dr. E. P. Bordon
Painless extrsctlon of teeth under nitrous
PeuliisuU llnnK Uld.
St. Johns, Portlnud, OrcKon
THE I HOUSE
217 North Jarsey Street
WE CALL F0I ANI IELIVER
Telephone Empire 1397
H. A. MANNING, Prop.
A full line of the
at most reasonable
We gives. II. Green Trading
Stamps with All Purchases
L Simmons & Co.
Good uhoeB for good lioyH, not
bnd for bad byu. KOCIERS.
Warranty deed blanks and
contracts of sale at this office; 5c
each, or 50c per doten.
Cider and Apples
Pure Applt Cldr mado fresh dally from good
apples, no culls or worms. Two Gallon and over
Delivered, 50c Per Gallon.
Fine Apples, all kinds, $1'00 to $2.00 Por Box.
Place Orders Now for Christmas Cider.
Durbank Potatoes. $1 Sack Winter Nellis Pears.. $1.50 Box
Portsmouth Avenue and
PHONE EMPIRE 1722
Office: Kmpire 0072
Res. Kmplrc 1443
Essie IT. Notz
Let Your Money
Work For You
Buy n few shares of our
7 per cent Prior Preference
Stock and your money will
eatu you over 7 ler cent.
Dividends arc payable
every three months.
This is a ;ood sound in
vestment and our Hasy
Payment Plan enables you
to get 7 per cent interest on
your savings while you arc
puyinj for your shares.
Investigate this Unusual
Aik isy tf ur tmiltyti about It.
Llglit & Power Company
Room 6Q5 Electric Bldg,
Architectural and Mechanical
PMlciiltiir, ntftllhiK, Tracing sud N
MskiuiCt nuimslDir IlulldlnK Plsns, Hs.
clilncrjr and Psrts Designed. No Job to
Urn. lUtlnmtc rciinonablc.
W. HEDLIND CO.
Hmplrs 1737. C20 I. Richmond St.
rhona Knplr 0977
PENINSUU ELECTRIC CO., Inc.
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
wikinij i'ixtuki',4 a.m surrr.ms
Oencritl KcjMlr Work
301 S. Jeroy Street, Portland, Oregon
Piano Tuning Repairing
Jki si 107 W. rirk .' Niist 1)244
I bur or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVII5
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
Ilst your property with me If you
desire to sell quickly
a hi.ipi i . m r '
The nlar whrre irrwirl rrwlrc ml
eonrtsoni trestmtnt prevsll, Children's
hair cutting receive special Attention.
lOU UUnuinuTOn THttT
Typawriter ribbons for sale at
thU office Oliver. Underwood.
Smith and Remington. Eseh
75 cents. You cun do better aid
more preaentublo work with ft
If you have nnythinK to sell try
the Review. It brings the an