THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
DV A. W. MARKLE
Published Every Krldny
At 117 Went Uurllngton Street.
TllK RKVIRW In entered nt jol office
In tiliix. nrni-im. n tnnll tlinttor
of Die scooini clnw umler the Act ol Coif
remol Mnrcli 3, 1879.
OfflcUt MtwnPf of ! Oltf of (It. Johns.
Subscription prlc SI. 00 par yenr.
TI10 Model Laundry at tliu foot
of I'ltUibiux street wh complete
ly aonwimod by fire thin morninjr
tit 5H16. The alnrm wa turned
in after Uie (ltitnes liad fri!
such headway that they could not
bo atayed. The fire department
rendered moat efficient aid in
niving adjoining property. The
flre boat from Portland made
low time in reaching the scene.
The Delaware fire department of
Portland, and the police patrol
iiIro made their appearance.
Tho laundry wan one of the mo.st
modern and finely equipped in
tho Northwout. We understand
it was insured for $7,000. In
all probability tho plant will be
immediately rebuilt. The fire
was apparently of incendiary or
igin, as tho fires in the engine
wnrii nut fiillMV ill th( (VCMIMlf
and the lights had all been turn
A fire resulting in the total
destruction of one residence and
badly damaging another took
nlaeo about midniirht on Wed
nesday night. The dwelling of
0. F. Modon on I' ox Htreel was
burned to tho ground with prac
tically all its contents, and a
house adjoining,occii)ied by Mr.
Snydur was damaged to tho ex
tent of about $500. The origin
of the fire was unknown. The
damage was partially covered by
insurance. The Motion home was
almost consumed before the
alarm was turned in, and the fire
department could tlo little except
to save adjoining property.
Hoy Wilcox, one of St. Johns'
transfer men, has sold out his
business to Mr. Gatton and son.
Mr. Wilcox has been in the bus
iness in St. Johns for the past
eight years and has been very
successful. He expects to re
main with Mr. Gatton for a time
and later will endeavor to locate
on some little ranch for a rest,
and if he feels then, that busi
ness again calls him to his old
trade, ho feels t,h:it St. Johns will
be good enough for him. Mr,
Wilcox will always boost for St.
Johns for that has been the place
whoru ho has best success.
In some devious manner the
report has been made that J. 10.
Williams will not be a candidate
to succeod himself as Justice of
tho Peace in this district. This
is utterly erroneous and unfound
od. Mr. Williams is the regular
Republican candidate and is in
tho race to win. He has just
.gotten his hand in uiivls, makes
an Ideal Justice, and should 1r
accorded the unanimous minimi
of all voters regardless ofparl.
You nut, the Judge is In tho race,
Thomas F. Marlon died at his
home, SJ&'l Tyler street, Wednes
day evening at about 7:!1(), uge
7fi year. Mr. Marlon, who was
a veteran of the Civil War and a
member of the-Order of Masons,
loaves a wife and two daughters,
the latter living Mrs. W. (;. Hoc
of this city and Mm. hugeiu1
Warwick of Alwrdcon, Wash
Tho funeral services will be held
this afternoon at 2 o clock at the
Blackburn, Chamber A Lowry
undertaking imrlors. Interment
at Rose City Park cemetery.
Tho. McCtisker. Independent
uopunitcnn ennmdnto tor Con
gross from the Third District,
will spwk Nt the city hall to
morrow evening. Mr. MeCuskoi'
is a most interesting talker, and
besides advancing hi political
interest will no iiouot imparl
useful information, W. A. Loot
and other iHakor may also an
pear. Tho talks will be well worth
hoaring. All invited.
Night Ollieer Dunbar landed a
.. .1. . -1... I II
cuipni 111 uit cay uNauiu tuou
day evening. It got between
his legs and almost threw him
to the ground as he was hasten
ing to Uie fire. It was hi dorg.
and ho put it behind the bar to
prevent a recurrence ot tlie oc
u. u uurrin lias added ome
fancy touches to the North Bank
Pharmacy of late, and it now
shines and illuminates like a
"nigger's" heel in the moonlight.
Currin knows how to make a
place attractive, and he doe it.
Go and soe.
W. H. McKeon has been ap
pointed street inspector on Daw
son street, and b. C. Cook on
Olympla street. Under the eagle
oyus of those gentlemen it i safe
to say that the improvements
will be well and satisfactorily
Tho Ladies Hoosovolt club of
Portland hold a club meeting in
tho high school auditorium last
Friday ovoning. Whilo tho at
tendance was scarcely as large as
expected, the gathering was an
interesting and instructive one.
Mr. and Mi's. O. F. lied en do
aire to thank tho neighbors and
friends who rendered such otli-
oiont aid at tho time of the fire
which consumed their homo Wed
Deposit just a few dol
Inrs ench week in our Snv
iiiKS Deportment. Do this
systematically mid in just
n short time you will have
a good substantial hank ac
count. Undoubtedly you intend
to save "sometime." Why
not start an account with
us NOW? We pay A per
cent, interest on your
Safe Deposit Uoxes &5.00
St. Johns, Oregon
Preaching every Sunday 11 a. 111.
7:30 p. m. at the Coiigregutionnl
church. We cordially Invite nil to
tlichc services. Sunday school at
10 o'clock as usual. Praycrmcct
nig, Wetlncdsny at 7:30 p. 111.
James K. Murpliey, Pastor.
Mow Is Your Title?
Dave your abstracts made, con
tinued or examined at the Peninsu
la Title, Abstract and Realty Co
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
II. Henderson, manager, 208 North
jersey, McDonald building.
In tho County Court of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah
In tho mattor of tho estate of
llattie liayuu, deceased.
The undoraimiod having been
unpointed by tho County Court
or tho State of Oregon, for
Multnomah county. Administra
tor of the etitatoof llattio Jayno,
deceased, and having qualified,
notice in hereby given to tho
creditor of, and all persons
havinur claim against said do-
ceased, to prwont them, verified
mi required by law, within six
month after the nnt publica
tion of this notice to said Ad
ministrator at hi otlice in the
City of St, Johns, Oregon.
11 1 Tivm t.y
H. A. JA1
Administrator of tho estate of
Hattie Jayne, deceased.
Dated October 4th. 15)12.
IM2HHY C. STHOUD,
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of first publication, Oc
tober -I, 1912.
Ditto of last publication, Nov
ember 1, 1912.
Notice in hurehy eiveu that apiHirtiou-
lueut of the coatulS. I vanillic street Irom
the wuthetly line of I'olk strict to the
northerly Hue of Ida street, total cost is
1,087.2(1, has Ik'cu apportionetl and is 011
flte in the office of the umlcn.luncl, suit-
iw't lu vxHtuumlioii.
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Ahewineiu muni 1 i xn inn ikii-k 111
the center of lots, Mucks or truet of
land ubmtitiK oil Mid ktreet as provideil
by the city clmrlcr and rei)lutlous.
UuuiotwtrHUctii MUHiust Mid apn)rtion
iiivnt may be uwde in writing mid litctl
with the umli runnel until 5 o'clock p.
in. Oct. Ul, 19U.
i'. a. kiv:k,
Publkhml In the St. Johns Review
Oct. I ami 11, 1913.
Three lots, 7-rooin liottso, 12
S-yottr-oltl irtut trees, hus in House,
wired for electricity, street im
proved, on most piotninent street;
200Q, $500 cash, balance on time.
See K. C. Couch.
lfoi Kent New modern, five-
room house, $ia er month, lv S.
Wiijjht, 5" l South Hayes street.
I HOUSES FOR RENT 1
for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments I
I Several modern houses at Ivast St. Johns can be I
H purchased on monthly terms. Talk with I
1 ANY AGENT IN ST. JOHNS
815 Lewis Hltlg,, .th and Oak Sts.
I Phone Marshall 2641 I
Dining Room Furniture
ijoliri Oak Diniiur I able, wnxa
finish, mission design square ped
estal, round ton extends to 6 feet
Special price $14.00
Oak China Closet, waxed finish
made on mission lines to match table
Social price $12.50
Solid Oak IluiTet waxed finisli, top
20x40 with mirror 10x30; has one
lame drawer and two small ones
and compartment in base for linen
Specially priced ut $16.00
St. Johns Furniture
Notice of Final Settlement
In the Comity Court for tlic County of
Multnomah. .State of Oreeou.
In tliu matter of the estate of Charles
. NichoU. ilecitiscil.
Notice in licrcliv irivcti Hint the under
uleiicd nrimlnistrntrix of the estate of
Charles l. Nichols, ileccnctl. lias filed
her final account In the Comity Court of
the Statu of Oreeou fur the comity of
Multnomah, mill that Monday, the 28th
day of October, 11)12. nt the hour of 0
o'clock 11, 111, of Mild day in the court
room of Mlil Court has been niiixiluicil
by wild Court as the time mid place for
hinrliie of objections to wild final nc
count mid the settlement thereof.
Administratrix of the estate of
of Charles U. Nichols, dee'd
O.J. t.AT.MVKH, Attorney
Date of first publication Sent. i!7. and
iimi ptiiuicaiioii uei. zi, iuiz,
for tin Hovlcw nnd hf
Ccntra Markct !
bee ut lor the Choicest Cuts of
the UeM Meats Obtainable.
Ordrr rillrd ami ranilty Trad SofldUd.
T. P WARD, Proprietor.
In order to Insure a ehsnno of ad
vertlsement the copy for euch change
should reach thlt office not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
mmb thta and iivi the iprlnto'
of the Peninsula National
Hank hold their experience
nnd their advice at the dis
posal of patrons,
Their efforts are directed
toward the promotion of the
financial welfare of the clients
for successful clients jnean a
You are invited to meet the
officers of this Dank and dis
cuss with them the various
ways in which they can be of
service to you.
United States Depository
4 Per Cent Interest
For Our Community Tills Season
a Notable One,
A Feast of Good Things In Enter
tainments That Will Not Only
Entertain, but Instruct
HON.. W. HOCH.
Hon. 12. W. Ilucn. who I to lecture
bore, was one of the niont iKUiiilarRor-
ernor of Knnnn which that Htnte h.in
nvi.r hnil. IIu Is an orator mill a
thinker. Where' ir he Huh uppeured
on either the Lyceum or Chnutnuqun
(tfatforin. thi' audli'iieex have lieeii do
llRhiwl an well an Instructed by his
rnirinu liU mliiiinliitnttlou many ot
tho thlnitR which he elmhiploned were
rrvNtiillliiil Int6 lniv A few of thei
liny Ik aununefi'up an fuMovn:
KlraL-Oll IcelHlntltin which hit
made ponHlhlc In three year the en
labllHtinient of nineteen MiieeMHfill III
EX-QOVEftNOK E. W. HOCH.
dependent oil roOnerleM where only one
nearly bankrupt liiHtltutloii ex luted bo
foro and an auuiial xavhiK of fl.ono.
000 to tho connuinera of coal oil aloue
Becond. An entire chaneo of man
Acemcnt tn ntntp Inxtltutlona. puttltm
them on a civil torrlce bunlncHH IhkIh
rciniltlnx In wonderful Increase to their
Third. The euactinent of a serlpa ot
ratlrond lawa guequaled In manner
perhaps and Irj .fsrrvschlnK etfecUrr
ncsa by tho laws qf any other auto.
fourth, A fine atnto prlatlnu plant.
comph'le. the eonL of which 1IIOO.OOO1
had alrcnil) Im-cii nnved
Fifth, A deioxllnrj law tot' atan
fumlM. yleldlnu nearly JiOOO per luooth
to the unite
8I1H1. -An HiiU-pnHa law.
Seventh A dnmtle pur food law,
Elctith, A radlral chance to asansa
roiMit and tniutlon lawn.
Ninth,' A Judlelal parole law that
will rcNtorr tniiuy adult trendem to
Tenth.-A lurenlle court law that Is
aavliiK uiaiiy tncorrlelble boys and
clrls from Jail stains and criminal ca
r.loTeuth. Th enforcement of the
prohibitory law, which has made Kan
sas the freest from saloons and the
aeberlit, as It Is tn most prosperoiiH
state In the Union.
Twrlfth.-Two cent railroad fare.
Thirteenth. A itate wide prtruirj
FourtMuth. Valuable amendment
lo banking lawa. .
STRICKLAND W. QILLILAN.
Pew literary men In Aiuerlcau na
tlonnl life have received more hon
ora than haa Htrickland V. Clllllau
the humortrtt. Not only have these
honors come to htm an a creut literary
man, but as a public Mpeaker. Twice
within the year Ifl- he wu a speaker
on (no kuiiio uiinijuet program witb
Prenlileut Tnft. ft'he Ohio university
auriUK tne name year conferred on
htm an honorary decree
Not only Is Mr. Glllllan a marcnilne,
newspaper and. platform humorUt, but
ha Is a poet and philosopher. The
Ladle' Homo Journal u year ugq con
tained rive orlKluul (loems of (iHllan's
with uii Introductory pamitrapb by the
editor, who commented upon the ver
STRICKLAND W. QILLILAN.
satltlty of a writer who, being author
of five tender and serloua poems there
glveu, had also wrltteu the famous
"Off Agin. Ou Afitu, Gone Agln-Fln
ulgtn " His llttrary. work has also ap
p 04 red lu the Wousan's Home Ceaa
panlon. 8 u evens. Life, Saturday Kvea
lut Tost and many other publtcatUas
Ur. QUlIlan U os ol tat eeaieb
and dt.itlnct pemonanuea prewnted to
the world throush the Lyceum and the
public prtntn lie la not a copyist
either In manner or mntter, his oriel
nallty being his distinctive character
Istlc besides his merit
One of Mr fllllllan'a humorous lei'
turr Is eutltlrd "Sunshine nnd Awk
wardnewi," Another ta "A Sample Cane
THE BERQEN-MARX COMPANY.
Four notable nrtlxtrf comprise the
nerKcu-Murz Company, the bluKext inn
nlcal attraction booked under ltedputh
inannRcincnt tills .voir.
A If nil IIIIch Mermen Is n native born
American who Iiiim tind ti de Ided'.v
nieleorlc career. He luiit xtiidled with
Roi.ie of the Kiealeit Auierliiin 01 111
teachers nnd ban also done special
work In Oerninii Ihiler with tleore
Ileusehel of Loudon. Ills repertoire
comprise! Nome HOD hoiikh and several
Leon Marx appeared with tho Theo
doru ThoniCH Orehestrn for ten yearn,
At the ace of twenty he held tho po
sltlon of il rut violinist In this fainoti
orRnnlitatlon and later on played hoIos
ncconipanled by the Thomas Orchestra
Mr. Thonm- has Joined In the applause
for an encore for Marx aoloi.
While In Merlin Mr. Marx competed
with forty-eleht niuslclnns for a Bchol
arshlp under Dr. Join lilm nnd won the
prize. I.i'Hrt than 11 year uo Mr. Marx
ALFRED HILE3 OERGEN, LEON
MARX, HAN8 DRE83EL AND
was upolntixl usMlHtunt concert meU
tcr of tho Chicnuo (I mud Opem Coin
puuy, ouo of the highest iosltlona that
can como to a violinist In this country
Hutu DresHel, tho vloloncellUt with
this company, was born In Loudon, lie
appeared ut an early ago u n pianist
lu both public nnd private recitals ami
later continued Ida httidleu abroad, to
lntr to Weimar, where he eventually
made tho violoncello bU principal In
strumeut with the world renowned
Orutzmacher for his master. Making
Kreat progress, ho soon went to IHidou
and while ut tho Guildhall School of
Millie he U- u.i.e first winner of tho
Llbotton mw fr tho violoncello,
Mr. Maehllu. the pianist with this
coiupnuy, rueUeil his tlrst trainluir In
the cathedral choir ut Salisbury, Kiie
land. He xtudliM the piano and coinpo
sltlon under lr. Clark's ward for some
six years. Ho went to Winnipeg, Cnu
nda, In 11KVJ. where ho taught for n
number of years, continuing his studies
In teehuliiue with .loliu Sebastian Am
I.iv'" inu lumbermen are again
hnv.iii tlu.r iuutiij. After a sum
mer in which there was less loss
trotn lorest tires man lor many
years, tne lumber market is in bet
ter condition tliau for a lone time.
Hoth rail and steamship business is
good nttd indications are tlint the
winter will be a good one for the
saw null business.
The Debonair Club met at tho
home of Mrs. Gray on Thursday
and as it was also tho birthdnv
of Mrs., Day, shewast?iven a sur
prise handkerchief shower. An
enjoyable time was had by those
present. Tne club will meet with
Mrs. Gammel next week.
Mother Gillespie presented the
fire department with ten dollars
and thoir breakfast yesterday
morning in recognition of the
valuable work accomplished by
the department in saving her
boarding house from the flames.
lfor Rent A 7 room house near
Jersey street on Chicago, cheap.
Some furniture. Call 1025 South
Satisfaction, is. the word Gil
more, the Barber.
Bo suro to get your copy of
Tho Fall Quarterly Stylo
Book before making up
any now garments, as it il
tativo Fall Styles. You
can get the book at our
Our sales of these patterns have
inm'priRpfl nvpv AO npv fpni". in thf
M past year, which demonstrates
that they are
Once you use a Ladies Home
Journal Pattern, you will use no
Just received our first shipment
of Ladies' Shoes for Fall ana Win
ter. Latest 1913 styles now on
sale at moderate prices.
We are Closing Out a few last
years Sweaters at prices that will
surprise you. For instance:
Ladies' Sweaters regular $3.00, now $1.50
2.50, " 1.25
2.00, " 1.00
Children's " " 8.00, " 1.50
' " " 2.25, " 1.15
u " " 1.00, .50
Men's " " 2.50, ' 1.25
New Stock of Puff Neck Sweat
ers at prices from $3.00 to $6.00
now on sale. Come in and look
Ask to see "PRESTO" flfcr- trans
fering Embroideiy Patterns
Couch & Co.
Distributors of Merchandise Since 1904
in the NEW
TERLY STYLE BOOK
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