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THE ST. JOHfiS REVIEW
Fablkhad Every Frtdny
At 117 Ws Barllagton Street.
BY A. W. MARKLE
Th Rrvirw Is cntercil at post office
la Saint John, Oregon, a niall matte
of the second clas nuder the Act of Con
gress of March 3, 1879.
1 Job Frinllnr ittnua
In nnt-elMi stile.
Bllli lor Job Prlntlm ii on d.HT.rr.
All eommanlestlons ssovia 0 laanueo to
" TS Betlsw, Bt.. Johns. Orf on.
AdTcrtlilac rsts. 11.00 pr Inch Mr month.
. All titftttUIng bill! psystls Brit ot ssch
OSlettf Xswtpsptr of th's Olty or St. John.
Subscription price $1. GO per year.
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910
. It seems tlint the powers that be
are going to leave 110 stone tin
turned to convict those indicted in
relation to the nllcgcd Hindu riot
which was purported to have tuken
place here, and concerning which
the city papers from time to time
have made slight mention. The
British government, the United
States government and the county
of Multnomah have developed signs
. of activity lately, and according to
reports they arc going to combine
in punishing the alleged assailants
of the dear and beloved Hindus.
Why the British government is so
careful of these favored subjects
while in Uncle Sam's domain, and
yet so careless and indifferent to
them while on British soil passes
the perception of the ordinary mor
tal. Not very far back in the near
past, if historians have truthfully
chronicled the happenings, a furore
of no small degree took place in one
Vancouver, B. C. In a measure it
was like unto the alleged disturb
ance in this city, with the exception
that it was of wider scope and the
Hindus were handled in a harsher
and more pronounced manner on
British soil. The occurrence was
widely circulated, and the White
British subjects seemed particularly
well pleased and fully satisfied with
their work. But in reading further,
as recorded by the historian, we
fail to find where dire punishment
was meted out to the offenders, nor
can wc find that they were prose
cuted to any extent whatsoever.
Why? Was not the crime just as
great, since the purpose and inten
tions of the mob were identical?
Arc the American people called
UK)ii to treat these undesirables
better than arc the British subjects?
If not, why the array of legal talent
from two countries to secure con
victions in this latter Incident? The
statutes of the government should
furnish n mode of procedure in
cuses of this nature, aid it should
not be necessary to secure the best
legal talent that two countries afford
to interpret the laws made by the
American people. Why force the
ORDINANCE NO. 290
An Ordinance Providing (he
Time and Manner of Im
proving Tyler Street from
Jersey Street to Crawford
Street in the City of St.
The City of St. John iloe ordain a
The Council of the City of St. Johns,
having ascertained the cost of improving
Tyler street from the westerly
side line of Jersey street to the south
erly side line of Crawford street
In the City of St. Johns, as shown by the
resolution of the Council of said city dat
ed on the 5II1 day of April, 1910, and re
corded In the office of the Recorder of
Mid city, and notice thereof having
published in the St. Johns Kevfc
on the th mid 15th days of April, ns
affidavit of the foreman 01
weekly newspaper of general circulation,
shown by the
said jwpcr, which said affidavit is on file
III tlic 0II1CC 01 tlic V.liy Kccorucr; nun
legal posting of notices of such improve.
mnt, as shown by the affidavit of the
City Knglueer 011 file in the office of the
Recorder; and as provided by said reso
lution, the Hnglnccr's preliminary es
timate of the cost of said improvement
is J! 5984.60, but shall be more accurately
determined by said Jlngineer.
NOW, THimitl'ORB, It is hereby or
dered that Mid street be Improved and
the time for completion of said Improve
ment Is hereby llxed at sixty (60) days
from the lost publication of notice of
projiosals of said work, which said pro
posals must be filed with the Recorder
of said City on or before the 24th day of
May.iyto, at H o'clock p. m, of said day.
That said street shall be improved as
follows: Ily grading the same to the es
tablished grade by cut and fill and by
sldcwalklng same 011 cither side with
six-foot cement sidewalks, twelve-foot
curbs entire length, together with all
necessary wooden cross-walks and box
gutters, and by placing n strlpof macad
am 13 feet wida In the center of said
street, said macadam to bo eight inches
deep in the center and six Inches on
either side! said walk and curb to have
expansion joints as directed by the City
Hnuluccr; curb to have four-Inch
druTu tile every 50 feet; hitch
rings to le placed l curb ns directed by
the City Knginccr,
The City Recorder shall give notice
by publication for not less than three
insertions in the St. Johns Review, the
official uewxicr, inviting ptoposals for
molting said Improvement,
Said Improvement shnll In all respects
be done and completed in conformity
with the provisions of ordinances 1 to and
191, except ns otherwise provided In this
ordlnanru; all work to be done under
the supervision ami direction of the
Thnt the cost of said improvement
shall be assessed against the proxrty In
the local Improvement district as de
scribed In said resolution and designated
as nud hctcby declared to be "Local
Improvement District No, 34."
Passed the council this 3rd day of
Approved by the mayor this the jrd
day of May, 1910.
J. 1'. IIKNimiCKS
Attest: A. M. l'.SSON,
Published in the St. Johns Review
May 6, 1910.
Have you not many things valuabla
jewels, heirlooms, notes, and perhaps YOUR
WILL -.which you would like kept in an ab
solutely safe place? Our vaults are strictly
fire and burglar proof. We shall gladly show
them to you if you will call.
We will pay you three per cent interest
on the money you put in our bank and eom
pound the Interest every six months.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
St. Johns, Oregon
COME IN AND SEE
Our line of Brown's high grade wash boilers, guaranteed
not to rust, prices from $1.50 to $3.00
Wc still have a fine line of spring wall paper. The RIGHT
KIND at the RIGHT PRICES.
The policy of this store is "Wc give you what you ask for."
If wc do not carry in stock the article YOU wish wc will get it
for you regardless of cost to us
What we want is not only customers but Pleased Customers
Hendricks Hardware Co.
Wasting your money. Save a little EACH month. Provide for the future. YOU
can buy a lot 50x100 for $300 and up in 1910 Addition
$5 down and $5 monthly
See our contract printed in full on page 3, this paper; nbtice the protective terms.
This is positively your LAST CHANCE in St. Johns real estate to buy on
such easy terms. Near car line and schools, sidewalks and graded streets.
For Sale by ANY REAL ESTATE CO. in St. Johns. Reserve lots NOW.
Boys will be Boys
convicted ones to employ the most
learned and highest priced counsel
in rebuttal in order that technicali
ties likely to be advanced may be
met by lawyers learned and skilled
in the art? Must the British Con
sut go to such lengths to make the
proper showing and appease the
British government? The fact of
the matter is that the indicted ones
are iti nearly every instance poor
men us far as this world's goods
are concerned, and can illy afford
to employ the most skillful lawyers.
Uitt failure to do so will place them
at a disadvantage, The result will
be that some of them will likely be
crippled for life from n financial Subscribe- for the St. Johns Rovlow
standpoint, whether their imilt is 'and keep nested on the doings ot
proven or not. It seems to us that the city,
each case could be disposed of with
and are always getting scratches,
cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns
or scalds. Don't neglect such
things they may result serious if
yon do. Apply Ballard's Snow Lliii
mem according to directions right
away and it will relieve the pain
mid heal the trouble. Price 35c,
50c and $1.00. Sold by North Hank
is a pretty hard thing to accom
plish when you're blue, bilious add
out of sorts. There is a sure cure
for all kinds of stomach and liver
complaints constipation and dys
pepsia. Dullard's Ilerbiue is mild,
yet absolutely effective in ull cases.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by
North Hank Pharmacy.
Sale Household furniture
611 North Ivauhoe
out the fireworks and red fire that
is being burned. Sensationalism is
unnecessary and uncalled for, and
the cuds of justice could us readily
and easily have been served with'
out the wide notoriety given.
Poison Oak Poisoning.
Mallard's Snow Liniment cures
It. Mr. O. II. P. Cornelius, Tur
uer, Ore. writes My wife has dis
covered that Snow -Liniment cures
"Poison Oak Poisoning," a very
painful trouble. She uot only
cured a case of it on herself, but on
two of her friends, who were pois
oned by this same ivy. Price 35c,
50c and ft. 00. Sold by North
How li Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinued or examined at the Peninsu
la Title, Abstract and Realty Co,
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
H, .Heudersou, Manager, 130 North
A good Hue of trunks at Calef
Bros., opposite postofBce.
Standard shirts and Helmet Col
lurs in grcut variety may be found
at Noyes Babbitt's. If you want
anything in this line, call while the
ussortmeut is large and complete.
10,000 cords fir slab wood, De
Hvered and sawed at your door for
Ij.oo per cord, Leave your order
with it. II, llrtinsou, the wood saw
mau. Phone Jersey, 533,
We have the best investment in
St. Joints; pays 1 1 per cent, and
will le rented for a year by a de
sirable tenant: 5-room modern cot
tage oti carllue, fine lawn and ce
ment walks for $1350; half cash.
You cau't beat it. McKiuncy &
See the St. Johus Sand aud
Gravel Co. for estimate on your
basement or cement aud plaster,
We can save you money aud make
a little for ourselves. Phone Rich
FOR SALK. One acre on East
Charleston streetr-four lots all
cleared and.fcuced. Inquire of W.
It. Hillier.' ,f" ' 3i-4t
You cot (ull weight and
quality at the Central market,
try It nwbllo.
llaro your property Insured In the
St. Paul or Northern (Ire Insurance
companies, They are the beat.
L. Doble, ogont.
Bring In your Job printing while
you think ot It. Don't wait until you
are entirely out. Wo are equipped
to turn out neat aud tasty printing
promptly at Portland prices or lets.
Calef Bros,, opposite postoffice,
have broke'tt all previous records
this spring in linoleum selling, hav
iug sold over $800 worth since Jan
uary 1st. Let them show you this
For Sale or Exchange 160 acres
of wheat land, 3)3 miles from O.
R. & N.- Ry., near Wasco, Ore;
100 acres under cultivation; mile
from school aud postomce. will
trade for acreage, improved, or un
improved, uear St. Johns. See J.
J. Karr, 90S Portlund Boulevard.
You cau't be youug always.
Save your money now while you
may save it. Begin at the First
National Batik and let your savings
earu 3 per cent. Dimes make dol
lars, remember, it
To Let Furnished room, in. fine
modern home, 313 North Hayes,
corner of Chicago.
Proposals forStrest Work
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office o( the recorder of the city of
bt. Johns until May 34. 1910. at 80'clock
p. 111. for thclipproveiiient .of Tyler
aueci irom me wesi wc line pi jersey
to the south line. of. Crawford street In
the manner provided by Ordinance No
390, subject to thei provision of the
charter and ordinance of the city of St
joints and we estimate 01 me city engtn
eer. on file: which Plan require 6-foot
cement sidewalk, I J -loot curb and 11
feet of macadam (trip in center the entire
length. Estimated cost f9&4,6o.
Hid must be strictly in accordance
with printed blaM which will be (urn
ished on appllcaboa at the office of the
the Recorder of the city of St. Johns.
Aud said improvement must be com
pleted 011 or before July ao, 1010.
' No proposals or bid will be considered
unless accompanies! B certified check
payable to the order of the mayor of the
city 01 bt, joitni, ccmaeu oy .a respon
utile bailie tor an aatouot equal to ten
cent, of the aggregate proposal.
The right to reject aay, and all bid I
uy oruer 01 tue ty council,
Published iuhtbciiH. Johns Review
11 y 6, i, and , 1910.
Wealth wait e Ike man who
Cat) Save. LiMki it will profit to
get much unlMW,yeu save, a little,
Begin at the First. National Bank
today aud liaye yowr earnings earn
3 per cent. . it
For Sale Kaasehold furniture
cheap. 611 Ncrtfc'Ivashoe.
If youiwaBtWyi Mil or
exchange propany WoKOtt.
(The Rent Ma;) St. Johns Office,
401 South Jerky. Portland CMjSce,
110, and street, Paws: Mala 1743
Special onlawiti', the oae most
popular article?' uaed for trimming
this season. AfrMb surprise ia
value, Vogue mwetery.
We -Desire to Reach the Particular Man
The man to whom qualltvjin cloth and workmanship appeals the man whom we will so satisfy
that he, will come bock and, bring his friends It is not difficult to fool many people once by glitter
jtig generalities and misleading advertisements as to. tailoring, but that kind of tailor "ever gets
the second call We are after permanent customers, and to secure that class WE DARE NOT
EXAGGERATE OR MISLEAD IN ANY PARTICULAR.
OUR . TWO
Qur.madc to o refer suit for $35
Cannot be duplicated anywhere for less than
If you have been paying $4S or $50 for your suits, SEE US. We will guarantee, quality of
cloth, fit aud workmanship for $35. We will also prove that our 925 suits are the best in
the city. All we nsk Is the opportunity to make these statements good.
We do not give you $50, $55 or $60 suits for $20. No honest man can.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING.
Our made to order suit for $25
Cannot be duplicated anywhere, for less than
NOCE & COMPANY
Next Door to Postoffice
Phone Richmond 941
It Is resolved br the city of St. John:
That It deem ft expedient and nece
sary for the preservation of the public
health to re-lay aud reconstruct a sewer
oa .Philadelphia street In the city of St.
John from the center of Jersey street, to
Hayes ttrctl, and to rebuild and recon
struct the necessary and appropriate
catch baslus, tiuil-hofcs.lamp-holcs.flush-
tank and brancnes,anu to relay oraucn
CommenciiiK on Jersey street In the !
center, of John street, running thence to I
Philadelphia itscet. and by laying and
constructing new branches as follows:
Commencing at a point on jersey street'
100 feet west of Richmond street running
thence to John street; on Ivanhoe street'
commencluR at a point too feet west of I
Richmond street running iiience to 111c
main llneof seweron Philadelphia street; 1
said work of laying and relaying said 1
sewer to be done according to the plans,
specifications and estimates of the city
enginccron Tile with the city recorder rcla-,
tlve thereto, which said plans, specifica
tions and estimate have been examined
by the council and found satisfactory 1
and nrc hereby approved.
tuo statement 111 writing ntaue uy i'.
H. Andrews, city cniilnccr, outlining the 1
district, in hi opinion, that will bci
specially benefitted by such sewer and
nerty mat s
the cost add expense of laying and relay
' that should be assessed with
inu and constructing said sewer has been
uxauiincu uy me council ami louuusai
Ufactbry nnd i hereby approved, which
sum, plans ana peciucauon ami cm
mates together wtth the statement out
liulnu said district as aforesaid are hcre
by refrrrcd to and made a part of this
Sa Id district i bounded and described
as follow, to-wit:
BeKinnliiK at the nortuwest corner 01
lot 1 block 38 in Tame John addition,
run northeasterly along the center line
of block AS and .19 in James Johns add I
tlou'to a point opposite tne ceuter 01
block 5 In P. T. Smith' addition; thence
run southeasterly parallel with and too
feet distant from Jersey street to a point.
which point I In a line coinciding with
the westerly line of lots I and 8 in block
1. r. T. btnitu' auuition; tuencc run
alonir tue anovc last neiinea line to tnc
southwest corner of lot 3, block 3 3 In
James Johns second addition; thence run
westerly parallel with ana 100 leet dls
taut from Ivanhoe street to the ceuter of
llurlliiHtou street ithencc alonu the center
ol Ilurlluuton street to the northeast line
ol naves street; thence along tue north
cast line of Hayes street to the place of,
That tue cost Dcappomoneti a louows:
1. Triat43 percent, ot the total cost
of relaying and reconstructing the sew
er oa Philadelphia street be paid In
equal proportions per square foot by all
portion of blocks 38-39-1 James Johns
addition which lie within the district,
and that this be their total assessment.
3. That the remalninit 35 per cent, of
the cost of relaying the Philadelphia
street tewer be paid by all the rest of
the district, not included in item 1, in
in equal amount per square foot.
3. rival me cost 01 relaying sewer
on Jersey street be paid equally per
square foot by all lot adjacent and im
mediately lacing sewer 10 ue rciaycu.
That the total assessment of these
lots shall be composed of (teas 3 and 3.
4. That the cost of laying and con
structing new pipe on Jersey aud Ivanhoe
streets be paid equally per square foot by
lots immediately facing said new pipe
and that the total assessments for
these lota . be com posed of item a and 4,
That the cost of said improvement to
be assessed acalnst the property within
the sewer district outlined ty the city
euKtuccrand to be apportioned as in
said, statement provided, all ot .which
said property in said district is hereby
declared to be specially and particularly
Dcuentea uy sucn improvement in tne
amounts aad in the manner provided in
said statement of said engineer aad
herein set forth.
That the property included la Mid
tewer district aforesaid is Hereby de
clared to be.t'Scwer District No. 1."
That the citv engineer's estimate of
the probable, total coat of said improve
ment is $3330.98, -
That this resolution shall be kept o J rec
ord lu tne omccof tne recorder and stum
be published at least once week for two
consecutive week in the M. jonn He
view, weekly newspaper: the same be
ing the official newspaper of St. Johns:
and the city engineer, within Sr days
from the first publication oi this resolu
tion, shall.causc to be posted ia two con'
icuous place oa tne street or streets
ong the line ot the. contemplated sewer
aouce bcsum "isouceoiMwcr wett"
in letters .sot leas than 'one indh, ia
length and said notice shall contaia in
legible characters a coev of tMa reselu-
UQH ana uie uaie 01 m passage;. au tne
city engineer shall file aa aftOavit of the
posting of, suck notice and the !
where tame have been nosted. wkk the
. - - 1
That remonstrance may bested by
the ownars of tuty: pfowrtyiwkkU the
t. district within te. davs
from' the date of the f rat msWsmUm. si
-- - - ' 'Jl til
K. H. MASON. It
Published in the St. Jefcasf. HtvetW
May & aad 13, 1910. , .,
Income on a
New 5-room bungalow, good one, lot 30x100 on Improved
trcct. Splendid bargain. ' 1
S-room plastered house, large airy rooms; lot 50x100; 400 cash
nud balance on easy terms at 7 per cent.
Six room house on Hayes street, close hi, lot 30x100, Tills Is
money maker. Take It quick.
1'lvc room modern bungalow, full basement, toilet and bath
lot 53x180; I500 cash, balance on good terms at 7 per cent.
Lot 100x100, corner, on Hayes street; fjoo cash and balance on
5 room bungalow, modern, full basement, toilet and bath, on
easy term. Look at this and you will sec a bargain.
125x100 in Point View, block of car Hue,
$100 down and $10 per month.
50x100 on Richmond in block 7 in Point View.
$50 down aud $30 every three months.
50x100 on Oswego street iu block 7 Point View.
$50 down and $ 30 every three months. .
Alany other Bargains. Call in and see.
J. S. DOWNEY
Frank L. Smith Meat Co.
''FIGHTING THE BEEP TRUST"
St. Jolms,. Ore,
You must use Smith's Norway Creamery nutter the best table but
ter you, ever at; sweet, fresh, pure and only 60 cents per square.
Cora-. grows if planted tar Ms
Souad. Moacy grows if patd
the bank. Try tkw -FiratlNa-
tioMl BMkr aad see yowrcoHipt
teaccerow. It'sfua. Trv U'wttk
Tiaw CirtiicatM of DMt; ' '-Wl
Bacon by the.piece 334c
Smith's Norway Creamery
Smith's. Oreuou Eggs 35c
Smiths Pork Sausage ........ 15c
Necks of Beef 8c uiid 10c
Brisket Beef 8c and 9c
Plate Beef ..... , 8c and loc
Rump R oast -Beef , 13 and 15c
rot Koast lieet .-, iswc
rritncKiD xoast ueet island 15c
Shoulder Steak i34c
Round Steak iac and 15c
Sirloin Steak ,. 15c
Tenderloin Steak , , , , 15c
Porterhouse Steak. 4 . . , 18c and 30c
Smith's Hams , ,, , , 20c
Smith's Pure Compound, a
a substitute for lard 13c
Lamb Stew , . . . f 8c
Lamb Liver 10c
Shoulder of Lamb , , .y latfc
Good Roasts of Lamb.,,. . ... . 15c
Shoulder Lamb Chops. 15c
Leg of Lamb V, . 15c
Whole Legs of Veal , , . , 15c
Shoulder Roast Veal,i3 and 15c
Breasts of Veal 12 and 15c
Veal Stew , . , 10c and i24c
Loin and Rib Veal Cutlets 18c
Shoulder Veal Cutlets ..-..,.. 15c
a .1 u
, ICE CREAM
A. UNGER, Sole Agent
nioi N, Jersey street,, aext to thciPcaiasula Bank
witUAKJKiruKrniv mix 'YISJjjuw SIGN
Special prices to church parties, social, "etc.
v .Pbeae Richmond 11
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