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y. SOCIALIST COLUMN $
King & Brodahl
Mayor Seldel's Message to the
FOR BARGAINS with or without
Milwaukee City Council.
(Continued from last week.)
"Your attention Is called to the
incompetency! apparent even to
casual observer, with which public
work has been done. The notorious
and glaring deficiencies in this re
spect result from many varied
causes. But the chief cause is the
lack of technical knowledge on tli
part of the past heads of the board
of public works. Your attention is
called to chapter a of the Milwatt
kce citv charter supplement
1008. I recommend that this law
be approved bv the common conn
cil as provided in section 20 of said
act, This will enable the ntl minis
tratiou to take tip the task of rcor
tranizintr this department on the
basis of efficiency and competency
"The street car systems of the
city of Milwaukee, though con
trolled by private individuals, arc
yctquasi-public corporations. While
wc realize that if the city owned its
own street railway that wc could at
once proceed to the making of the
many radical changes essential to
perfect service, yet wc also realize
that in the fact of the street rail
ways constituting a public service
corporation, it is subject to certain
"It is a known fact that often
the power plant breaks down and
reliable information is at hand that
these breakdowns arc due in part
to the fact that the men at the
power house arc overworked. These
men work in twelve hour shifts am
their exhaustion is frequently direct
ly concerned with breakdowns that
block traffic on hour or more at 11
time. Reliable information is also
at hand Indicating that many street
car accidents arc caused, not only
by incompetent men, because
through lack of proper pay the
best men cannot be retained, but
also because street car men arc over
worked, exhausted, and not in con
dition to give the effort asked of
tlicin. The convenience of the
public and the lives oi our citizen's
must take precedence.
"I would suggest that an ordi
nance be passed compelling the
vestibules of all cars in which mot
orinen arc stationed wljllc at work
to be closed and protected from
storm, wind and inclemency o
weather during the winter mouths
of the year.
"I would also suggest that rigii
enforcement of cleansing of street
cars In.- made to prevent the spread
of coutiigious disease, known to be
connected with street car filth, dust
"I would also recommend that
necessary action be taken to comrc
the street car company to install nir
brakes, lifting.jacks, and other np
paratus essential to lifesaving, am!
also that the schedule of street cars
be so changed as during the certain
hours of the day, when men and
women arc coining from and going
to work, to have an Increased 1111 in
ber of street cars to accommodate
"The overcrowding of cars is a
menace to health and decency, and
as its regulation comes within the
police powers of the citv of Mllwiiti
kec, steps should at once bo taken
to remedy this evil.
"The question of the saloon is
oue that lias been and is extensively
agitated. In our city the saloon is
regulated under the license system.
The suloou kectwr who conducts n
clean ami respectable place should
be protected. No trickery to en
tice him into traps should be con
doned, While the law prohibits
the sale of intoxicating drinks to
minors, and this law should be eu
forced, at the ranie time it should
be made a misdemeanor for. any one
to induce a minor to obtain liquor
under lalse pretenses.
"On the other hand, the issuance
of a license to sell liquor cannot
carry with it the tx;r mission to
maintain a house of ill fame or in
nny way to abet licentiousness, I
uuve Dec 11 uiiormeu mat in many
instances in which licenses to sell
liquor have been refused to keepers
of houses of ill fame intoxicants are
nevertheless disinmsed, This infor
mation also states that the practice
prevails in assignation Houses to in
elude in exchange for the price of a
room a supply of liquor, Your at
tuition is called to the subversion
of the law in this mutter.
"It appears that in the past there
nave neen omces created cuieiiy to
supply salaried positions to the in
cumbents thereof, It happens that
often oue man covers the same
ground and does the same class of
work us another man, and each
uuder different titles draws sepa
"Thus we find that city chemis
try work is being done by two men.
The chemistry work of the city
health department is not done by
an exclusively professional chemist,
but by a practicing physician, whose
salary for city work is $1,200 un
nually. The gas inspector co-relates
his service to the city and its
salary of $1,500 per annum, with
the maintenance of a laboratory of
his own and his daily duties as
tutor in a local university. These
two offices should be placed under
one head and a chemist employed
whose time shall be given exclu
sively to the chemistry work of the
.(Continued next week)
Try on the Bradley Shoe.
We'll be glad of the oppor
tunity to show It to you.
And when you have it
on notice the feet of It and
the took of it.
Just seems to "belong" to
your foot fits every little
hump and hollow as though
It had been built on and
feels like an old kid glove.
That's a little way the
Bradley Shoe hasmakes
Itself right at home on your
foot and looks it.
And when you find out
how well It wears you will
never wear any shoe except
Bradley Shoes for Men,
All STYLE 3,
53.50 8 54.00
SHOES IN ALL STYLES FOR
WOMEN 5- CHILDREN
Couch & Co.
C.f f1tt 17 O.Miall A4'ct1l,l. Ca., CkJV
St. Johns, April 39, 1910.
They have hired mc down
at the store. What do you think
I do? Oil I Pretzels! I am in tin;
shoe department. It is the best
yet, and we carry the Chippewa
hand made shoes, that wear just
like mine that you see in my pic
ture, ami they urc of the fiues am
neatest 8iiaes you ever saw jum
the same as the swell people in the
big cities wear. I like to work
here. They treat me fine. They
treat everybody that way though,
and you just can't help liking to
trade hetc once vou beuiu, for
their prices are right and they keep
the best of everything. OH lyes,
I pretty near it forgot. We curry
the famous Till' shoes in all styles
and sizes; childrcus, Misses, boys,
men nud women's shoes, and you
can't find n more reliable brand any
where. You ought to come and
see them, Your friend
V. S. I work at
Phone, Richmond 8i 1
A Happy Father
s soon turned to u sad one if he
has to walk the floor every night
with a crying baby, McGee's
Uaby Klixir will make the child
well, soothe its nerves induce
healthy, normal slumber, llest for
disordered bowels and sour stomach
all teething babies need it. Pleas-
aut to take, sure and safe, contains
110 harmful drugs. Price 35 and
50 ceuts per bottle. Sold by North
No. 20 $t6.c.o: Ja.so cash, bal
ance mortgage to run to Nov, 191 1.
5-room House, plastered, basement,
all complete, except bathtub and
toilet; lot 50x100.
Nn. iw-Iitoo: 2o cash, bal
ance ito per month; 6 room house,
nice lot fenced, some furniture.
Nn. 00 4i8o! beautiful new
modem "house, plastered, full base
ment: on easy terms.
No. ag $to59; 4-room plastered
house, full lot in fine shape, on
Jersey Street; part cash.
No. 27 Pull 50x100 lot in Hoi
brook Addition, .$325; $156 cash,
balance $5 per month.
No. 143 100x100 comer, on
Portland Ilottlcvard, $1200; street
improvmcnts all paid.
Lot 2 ix 1 00. business corner on
Jersey Street; a snap at $5500.
Lots iu all parts ot tnc city, casn
A Few Rare Bargains.
50x200, seven room liousc, lots
of fruit and an excellent location, in
St. Johns, $2800, terms.
A forty acre tract near Klamath,
fi-rooin liousc, barn, three cows
and two hogs included, J 1600 cash.
5-room modern house, cement
basement, five lots, $2600, terms.
50x100 lot, new five-room house,
$900, $600 cash, three years on
150x100 lot, five-room modern
house, 40o-barrcl cistern, $3100.
20 acres, 6 acres in cultivation,
well located, log liousc, 28 miles
from Portland, jtsoo, terms.
100x100, 4-room house, garden
all planted, $1600.
100x100. four-room modern liousc
chicken park and number of chick
ens included, $1900, terms.
Other good bargains too numer
ous to enumerate.
R. R. CHURCHILL,
401 South Jersey.
On Monday evening, May 37,
Grandmaster II. H. Coolldge will
pay Laurel lodge nn official visit,
lie present to greet him. A short
informal session will be held
Thursday night after anniversary
program. By order of Noble
Grand, W, J. Chaney.
Attest, C. P. Gates, Secretary.
ORDINANCE NO. 288
An Ordinance Providing the
Time and Manner of Im
proving Kellogg Street from
Chicago Street to New York
Street in the City or St
The City of .St. John loc ordain ui
The Council of the Citv of St. Jolllll
hnvliiK ascertained the cost of improving
Kellogg Mrcci irotil uic noriuwcsicuy
hie 1 ne of Chicago street to the south
easterly ihle line of New York trect
in the City of St. John, a howii by the
resolution of the Council of mid city dat-
cdonthe IJtUiIayol .Murcli, 1910, ami re
corded In the olhce of the Recorder o
said city, and notice thereof having been
puulliiieii in in 01. joints kcvicw, 1
wrrklv newMMtier of eencrul circulation
011 the 18th mm ath days of March, as
shown by the ttiiiiinvii 01 uic loreiuan 01
wld jwncr, which said affidavit it 011 file
a,. 'n- I rl... f ....l...
ill mc uiuvv ui uic wiir ivtvumvi, hi,i
trust ixstlnir of notice of such improve
mailt, at shown by the affidavit of the
Citv linulnecr on tile in the office of the
Recorder; and 110 remonstrances having
been filed, ud an provided by Mid reo
lution. the Knutnccr'H preliminary e
tiiimte of the cost of (aid Improvement
U f I7M.I3, but shall be more accurately
ilelcrtitiueti uy sain liiigiuccr.
NOW. TlllfRIti'OlUt. it it hereby or
dered that said street tie Improved ami
Hie time for cointiletion of said improve
ment is hereby fixed at sixty (60) days
from the last publication of notice o!
propoMils of suld work, which said pro
ihimW must be filed with the Recorder
of mid City oil or before the 34th day o
Slav at a o'clock; n. 111. 01 satti nay.
That said street shull tie improved us
follows: lly grading lite same 10 tne es
tablished grade by cut and fill ami by
sidewalktng tuimc on either side with
six-foot cement sidewalks, twelve-foot
curbs entire length, together witli all
necessary voodcu cross-walks and box
L'utlers.uud bv tilaciiii! a str pof nmcad
am 16 feet wide in the center of said
street, said macudum to be eight Inches
deep In the center and six inches 011
cither side; said walk and curb to have
expansion joints us directed by the Cit
HiiL'liicer: curb to have four-iiicl
drain tile every 50 feet; hitch
rings to be placed In curb at directed by
the City Hiigiuccr.
The City Recorder shall civ notice
by publication for not less than three
insertions hi the St. Johns Review, the
official iiewspuper, inviting proposals for
making sum improvement.
Said improvement shall in all respects
lie none ami completed in couiormitv
with the provisions of ordinances (6oand
IQI, except as otherwise provided in this
ordinance; all work to be done under
the supervision and direction of the
That the cost of said Improvement
shall be assessed ugaltist the property in
tnc local improvement district ua de
scribed in said resolution and designated
as "Local Improvement District No. 31."
russed tnc council mis 30111 day 01
Approved by the mayor this the J6th
day of April, 1910,
J, V, IIHNDKICK8
Attest: A. M. ItSSON,
Published In the St. Johns Review
May 6, 1910.
Unittd States Laundry
Basket leaves Monday
E. 0. MAQOON, Agent
Ill N.Jersey Street
HaP flBr "BBB
DylAE MTURE IS A GOOD M5HI0A LEADER. SHE'
CLOTHES HERSELF M AEV JITTIRE EACH SPRING. TOLLOV
HER. FRESH. rtEV APPARLk VILL tiOT OrtLY MICE YOU
LOOK BETTER BUT TEEL BETTER.
WE R4VE A AOBERyJTE STOCK OT THE rtEV POPLIAS,
KORtiA STtTUAG. PEylRL Or THE MBES, KOBE Atib
TUSSOR SILKS Attb Ati SSORTAEAT Or LlVtS JMD
ORGMEIES TO SUIT YOUR TJlSTE Atib YOUR PURSE.
WE R1VE j4LS0 PLACED A AEV LIrtE Or SHIRT WAISTS THj4T VILL STISry
YOU. WE RdVE THE BECH RITS Atib THE SWEATERS TOR THE SEASHORE.
THE SE!SOt IS Oti TOR LOW SHOES. WE ARE FREE TO COMPARE PRICES
BONHAM & CURRIER
It 1 resolved by tho city of St.
That whereat, the warrants are drawn
nnd ready for delivery to the parties en
titled to uic same in tne matter or open
ing nud widening l'essendeu street
from Jersey street to the southeasterly
limits of the city of St, Johns, at shown
iu the condemnation proceedings thereof
on file in the'office of the city recorder.
Now, therefore, be It resolved that said
Pcsscndeti ttrtct from Jersey street to
the southeasterly limits of the city of
St. Johns with the boiindnrlct thereof, at
prepared and dailKtiated by the city
engineer and adopted by the council of
said city, be nnd it it hereby declared to
be a public street and hlgliway.nnd to
be opened and established according to
such plans and boundaries.
Ami tha citv cnuinccr it hereby direct
ed to prepare and file far record In the
office of tli county clerk of Multnomah
county, urcgon, a copy 01 tint resolution
and nn accurate plat 01 said street and
the property to appropriated for said
Adopted we list day 01 April, 1910
A, M. JSHHUN,
Published In tho St. Johns Kovlow
April 39 and May 6, 1910,
NOTICE TO. AOVKRTItlR.
In ordr to Insure change f ad-
vtrtlmnt th copy for auch changt
thould roach thla offlco net lator than
Wodnttday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Ploaao
rimimbtr thla and eava th printer
Work for a QrttUr It. Jek&a.
Proposals for Strut Work.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the Recorder of the City of
St. Johns, until Tuesday evening. May
14, 1910, at 8 o'clock, for the Improve
ment of Kellogg street from the west
line of Chicago street to the east line of
New York street in the manner provided
bv Ordinance No 388, subject to the pro
vision! of the Charter and Ordinances of
the City of St. Johns, and the estimate
of the City Iinglucer, 011 file requiring
6-foot cement walks and u-foot curb and
i6.foot strip of tiiacndani in center of
ttrect the entire length of proposed Im
lllds mutt be strictly in accordance
with printed blank, which will be turn
ished on application at the office of the
Recorder of the City of St. Johns. And
suld improvement must be completed on
or beiorc bo nays irom tue date 01 award
The Kngineer's estimate of the cost of
this improvement is $1714.13.
No proposals or bids will be considered
unless accompanied by a certified check
payable to the order of the mayor of the
City of St. Johns, certified by a respon
sible bank for an amount equal to ten
per cent, of the aggregate proposal.
The right to rcjtct any aud all bids
lly order of the City Council,
A. M. KSSON. Recorder.
Published in the St. Johns Review
May 6, 13, and Jo, 1910,
Spokane, Portland Seattle Railway.
LHAVINO ST. JOHNS.
InUml Hnii'lrr liiprtM, 9:1 . m.jlor Clilcnco,
M, I'sul. Dinah. KautasCUy.Kt. UouU. Wall
Walla. 1'afc.M, Hoouvtlt. OrauiMatlci; CoMcn
dale. White talmon,tUeveuoa, Vancouver and
North Uauk Mmlltd, jijj p ra.i torChkaiu St.
l'aul, Omaha. Kauui City. lit. Loult. Kpukane
tlallo. White tsalmon.Ktcvt ntou and Vancouttr,
Columlila Hlv.r l.o,-al. hvj u, m l lor Vaucouvtr,
Caniaa. White haliuon, l.vlc,Granddallca,Cll(lt
aud all liilcrmcttlate stations.
AKKIVINO AT HT. JOHNS
Inland Kinnlre limircu. T:iJ li.ro.l (rora Chlca
yo, ht, l'aul, Onuba, Kanaaa City. bt. LouU,
SHkane, ftrat:uc. Httivillc Und, Faaco,
Hooacvclt, (iranddallca, While Salmon, tiler-
North lUuk Llmlteil, 7U6. m.J lrora;chlcso,
ht. l'aul. Omaha, Kauia viiy, . uouu, walla
Walla. Iacu. KouktvH, Orsuddalles. White
Salmon, btcveuua, Vancouver and Intermc-
Columbia Hlvrr Loral 11 o'clock noon! (romCllfla.
liranddalit. uoidendsic. .yie wnite Miraon,
Catuas, Vancouver and all Intermediate la-
All Irtlnsttot) lor psta(crs. Offic pen
siinignt. ikuiiouwic roe an pewia.
u. a. w,uei, Agcm,
Northern PaeMIc RaHway
UltAVINQ ST, JOHNS
North Coait Limited via Noetb Dank 7:1s p. m
Atlautlc Ksprea via l-ugat smu inui.n
Atlantic Ksnrcaa via Nortfc Bank 9:1 a. m.
Kantcru KsprcMvU l"ve oud - iimj a.m
soreaa via Pnawt Hound I'M n. m
Kxpreas via Noftk Bank - . 7:15 p. m
Kattern Hi Men via NortH Hank a.m
Mo. Ktver Kspreta via Nort Hank 7'3 p. m
l-ortland. Tacom & beaMI Ksprcsa. 7.-05 a, m.
lor uray iisioor, Uiytsua ana oouia acne
rnget Sound Limited, yM p. m. Grays Harbor
ana &ouin uena uraucMa.
Yacolt l"aK0gcr ---sa p, m
AKKIVINO AT W. JOHNS
North Coaat Limited via Meet Bank r-47 p. m.
North Coait Limited via Pliant Sound !M . m
No. I'aclSe Ksprcsa via Nam Bank 736 a. m.
Wertera Kspreu via Satm Baak 747 p. ,
Pacific Ksprcsa via North Baak 747 p, m.
factfic Ksprtss via Pufet SwsM 7.-0! a, a.
Werteru Hipreta UhMlNM lw p.
Pucet Sound Limited
Yacolt 1'asaenger Sjg p. aa.
Mo. Klvrr Ksprtaa vU iKfk Bank... 7
Mo. River Hspreaa via rajpi Saund - . yj
rortiami, 1 acowa a maiss Mpyja
Irom OlyiapU, South MM Bn
r t;ij P. at.
All klada ot VatMsaNry work
nU tr pousd, OaJta Bta4 for
laundry at any pi, '
hoaa Rich. Ml, itt JM Utua-
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Multnomah.
Daniel O. Huron, plaintiff; vs. Cora
To Cora Huron, defendant above named:
In the name of the state of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
yoji In the above entitled court in the
above entitled stilt on or before Saturday,
the aist day of May, lio, which it sub
sequent to the expiration of tlx weeks
after the 1st day of April, ltto, the date
of the first publication of this summons.
It being prescribed In the order for said
publication that said summons be pub
lished once a week for tlx consecutive
weeks, Iu the St. Johns Review. If you
fall to so appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
above entitled court for the relief prayed
for in his complaint, to-wit:
A decree ditsolvlng absolutely the
bonds of matrimony heretofore ami now
existing between the plaintiff and the
defendant: for the custody of the children
of plaintiff and defendant, namely: Lynn,
17 years of age; Charles, 9 year of age;
Joe, seven year of age, und that defend
ant be declared to have no right, claim
or Interest In any of the household goods,
personal effects, furniture or other per
sonal property of the plaintiff, and for
such other, further or different relief a
the court may deem proper.
This summon It published In the St.
Tohnt Review pursuant to an order of
Hon, Robert O, Morrow, presiding
judge ot the above entitled court, made
and entered tne sotnuay 01 aiarcn, 1910,
Date of first publication is April r, 1910,
date of list publication I May 30, 1910,
UHUKUK J. i'UKKINS,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
A RARE BARGAIN
58 acres of land
212 miles from
At $50 per acre. Enough
timber upon same to pay for
it. Running water on place.
Land Is A-No. I for fruit of ail kiwis, im very tost tonal
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
In the County court, State of Oregon
lor tnc county 01 .iiuiwomaii.
In the matter of guardianship of My
ron Claire and Rdwartl Stuart l'orbcs
It aptwaring from the petition of D, C
Kogers, uuardlan 01 tue person and es
tate of Myron Claire and lldward Stuart
Forbes, minors, in Oregon, that It is
necessary and beneficial for and to said
minors, to sell their undivided one half
interest In lots three and four and five
aud six in block twelve, James Johns
second addition to St, Johns, Multnomah
county, Oregon, said minors and their
next of kin, to-wit: Harriet Honors Mo
rey, mother; Robert V. Forbes, brother:
ami Fred V. Forbes, brother, and all
other persons' interest In their estate,
are hereby required, ordered and direct
ed to appear before me at 9 o'clock a. in
Monday, May 16, 1910, at the county
court itouse 01 Aiuitnomaii county, urc
lion. In the rooms occupied by the coun
ty judge of said county, aud show cause
if any -exists, why a license should not
be granted said guardian, authorising
him to sell all of said minors' interest in
the whole of the aforesaid real property
as prayed for Iu said petition.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this ortler be served upon each of said
minors and next of kin, a aforesaid
personally, and that the same be pub
fished in the St- Johns Reviews a news
paper published and circulated In this
county aud having u general circulation
therein, for three successive weeks.
Given this nth day of April, 1910.
First publication, April 3, 1910,
Iast publication, May 13, 1910.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE TO CREDITOR
In the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for the county 01 uuitnoaiaii.
In the matter of the estate of Har
man Tryou. Deceased.
Notice I hereby given that Mary Try'
on has been duly and regularly appoint-
ea a executrix 01 tue jost win ana testa
ment of Harmon Tryou, deceased, and
alt person having claims against the es
tate 01 said deceased are nercoy required
to present tse sauit. witn proper vouch
er attached thereto, to the said (execu
trix at theoce of II. K. Collier in St.
lottns, Oregon, within six (6) month
rom and after the 6th day of Mar. iqio
said date being the first publication of
tUI notice. MARY TRYON.
Kxecutrlx of the estate of
Harmon Trvos. deceased .
Collier & Collier, attys for KxesnUix.
Call for Sandll
Pkoae Rich wood 61
Ail our aaaaU art) ttrtnut fas-
seUd 4 tks bast that aswMy
buy Thif ax saatkr aa4 sarshal
hsBsMsd. Ceat te a4 Uara ysw
ordsr for to dslivary, WtwtVa
On th raalty market today. Must botakon quick
Call or address J. J. ENGREN
Cor. Thompson aV Gilbsrt, St Johns, Oregon
EXCURSIONS TO THE EAST
Msy 7, 9t June 3, 17, 24 JulyS, 32) August J, Sept. 8. Return limit thrt months
but not exceeding October J 1st.
BV WAY OP
SPOKANE PORTLAND & SEATTLE RY.
"The North Bank Road"
St. Louis $67.50
St. Paul 6o.oo
Kansas City fso.oo
Uuluth , t6o.ee
Choice of going and returning route. STOPOVKRS allowed.
NORTH SANK TRAINS run through te St. Paul, Mlnneaeelle
anal Chicago without change. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to
Portlsnd for the Rose Festival In June and the Hibernian Conven
tion In July will give your friends a chance to come to the coast.
Details furnished by
O. M. Cornell, Agent, H. M. Adams, G, F 4 P. A.
St. Johns, Ore. Pertlansl, Oregon.
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If full. Two
SCALES & CURTY
FOR THE BEST
Will Stand The Test -
Phones: Richmond 961 i
E. St Johns, Jersey S91
A, 9. HXMOWCK
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
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