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ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1922
71 M.. O I
Do Your Xmas Shopping Early
WE OFFER AN UNLIMITED VARIETY OF MEN'S WEARING APPAREL
AT HEASCNAEL& PRICES
NEKTIES 50c, 75c, 95c
In Christmas Boxen
26c, 3Do, LOo
35c; 3 palra $1.00
35c, 60o, 75c, $1C0
HATS and OAFS
That fit your face and
$1.25, $2.25, $3.50 -
50c, 76c, 0Bo
SiLK AND VOOL IIOJE
50c, 75c, 80c, 95o
lien's Wool House Jackot
$1.35 up to $7.50
Men's and Boys'
50c, C5o, 76c, $1.00
Boya $3.50, $3.05
Men's! $3.75, $4.85
10c, 15c, 25c, 50c
60c to $2,50
$1.75 to $5.85
lOo to 75c
$1.35, $1.85, $1.05, $2.05
MEN'S FALL AND WINTER WEIGHT
UNDEFtWEAR - $1.45, $1.75 UP
GOOD STUFF AT THIS 1UQIIT 1'JiICIS
MEETINGS CONTINUED AT
Despite the cold weather the
special meetings at the Evangel
ical church continue to increase
in i nlercst and attendance.
Evangelist Ilundorup is a witty,
forceful speaker. His southern
melodies and interesting anec
dotes arc very much enjoyed.
Meetings will continue over Sun
day and next week. Don't fail
to hear him.
II. II. Parnham, Pastor.
Thursday and Friday, Dee. 11-1
GLADYS WALTON in
"THE LAVENDER RATI
LADY" Universal. Also
Timber Queen No. 12.
Saturday, Dec. lGlh
JACK MULHALL annd
LOIS WILSON in
Sunday and Monday, Dee. 17-18
THOMAS MEIGHAN in
"OUR LEADING CITIZEN
Paramount. From the story
by Geo. Acle.
Tuesday and Wcdnes. Dec. 19-2
MILTON SILLS and
AGNES AYRES in
Paramount. Story by Reulah
DON'T FORGET WE ARE CLOSING OUT ALL
READY MADE SUITS
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8:00
Thursday and Friday, Dee. 21 21
.... JOHN GILBERT
"HONOR FIRST" Fox.
Also "Timber Queen" No. 13
Warm Auto Gloves $2. CO.
Give Practical Gifts
We have a pat variety of Useful Gifts
OH EASY TERUS-Nb lufcresl
$2.00 to $5.00
St. Johns Undertaking Go.
Thomas Gricc, Alanagcr
Office, Empire 0527 PHONES Night, Empire 0293 208 N. Jersey St.
Bill Folds . , BOo up
Ladies' Handbags $2,00 up
PyraliH Ivory Brushes, Combs, Puff Boxes, Powder
Boxca, Manicure Sets, Toilot Sots, etc 50c to $25.00
gUtionwy White and Colors 50c to $0.00
Perfume and Toilet Water
Individual Bottles and Sets. . . ,50c to $7.00
"""" " "
Flashlights $1.25 up
Pocket Knives 25c to $3.00
Community Silverware. '
Lunch Kits ?2.75 to $3.50
Thermos, Icy Hot and Universal 08c to $3.00
Shears 50o to $2.60
Manicure Seta S3-00 UP
Rubber Balls and Toys Bo to $1.00
Ukelelea $3.50 to $15.00
Accordians, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Harmonicas
Kodak Albums , 50c up
Toy Bugles 75c to $255
Candy Old Fashioned Chocolates 25c lb.
Cream Mixed . 25o lb.
Plain Mixed 10c lb.
Boxed Candies ,50c up
Oar Sales Force is Quick and Courteous.
We are open Nights and Sundays.
Save Time, Trouble and Money.
Currin's For Drugs
PORTLAND AND KLAMATH FALLS
AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES THAT WOULD MAKE A
PRACTICAL AND ACCUPTA BUS GIFT TO YOUR MOTOR
ING FRIENDS AND RELATIVES.
S & M Spotlight
llall Luggage Carrier
Globo Stop Signals
Kay Bee Stop Signals
Weed DoLux Chains
Folhorth Automatic Windshield Cleaners
Wo can furnish any of tho abovo items neatly put up, with
212-214 S. Jersey St.
Phono Empiro 1248
Fords, Fords, Fords
some exceptional values
in used cars
1916 Touring, looks, runs good $ 05.00
1917 Touring, motor good $125.00
1918 Touring, in excellent shape throughout $105.00
1919 Touring, new starter, excellent shapo $250.00
1920 Touring, starter, a good buy $265.00
1921, overhauled throughout, an exceptional buy. .. .$285.00
All of the above cars have good rubber and aro good
We will give liberal terms and wil take your old Ford
in as part payment on the higher priced cars.
The annual election of officers
will bo held Wednesday, Dee
L'Oth, 8 p, m.
Full attendance is desired.
A. W. DAVIS, See
Greeting to the Masons of St.
Johns District. Peninsula Chap
ter, No. 43, I). A. M., will hold
heir annual meeting at Doric
Hall, Monday night, Dec. 18th
at 8 p. m. Installation of officers
after which a smoker will be
held. A good program has been
arranged consisting of short
talks by different members. Al
members of the Masonic order
who are in good standing in their
lodge are cordially invited to at
tend this meeting. Come and get
aeiiuaintcd ami spend an onjoy
By order of E. II. P
G. II. LEMON, Sccty.
W. O. W. Camp, No. 773, will
give a "COO" card party Mon
day, Dec. 18, at Biekner Hall.
Come and have a good time.
St. Johns Camp, 773. Wood
men of the World, all Neighbors
aro requested to us present next
battirday evening, Dee. Id, at
Biekncr Hall, 0:30 p. m.. where
all members will leave in a body
for Portli'iyl Auditorium, where
Class initiation will be held.
Come and seo tho new degree
Oregon Grape Circle. No. Gil.
will Hold their annual Amas tree
for the children Deo. 20. All
members ami their children re
quested to be present.
The Community Chorus meets
Friday night at tho Baptist
ehureli. The Williams school
had been taken for this entire
week a long time ago, therefore,
it was impossible to have same
this week. Next week we meet
at the Williams school at 7:30 p.
m. on Friday and the same this
week at the Baptist church.
Dry wood for sale cheap. Call
Office Hours: Open Rvcnltii; one)
0 A. it. to 12 M. and Sunday
1:80 1. M. to 6 I. M. Uy Appointment
DR. B. F. HUSSON
Rooms 7-8. Peninsula Untile nidi.
Phoua Umpire 1183
Y. W. O. A. NOTES
Clark & Wilson Qrcon Wood
Call Empire 117ff
The Y. W. C. A. Branch will be
open next Sunday afternoon from
3 to 5 o'clock. A good program
will be given as follows. Several
selections from the Community
"tho church that sings.' You
will enjoy their music. A talk
on the history and workings of
the Women's Protective Divi
sion by Mrs. O. B. Nickcrson.
Mr. George h. Ilimcs of the Ore
gon Historical Society will give
an illustrated lecture on the early
history of Portland nnd vicinity
with lantern slides. Every hotly
is urged to come. Strangers ami
pioneers in the community are
espeeialy invited. This is a good
place to get acquainted. Mrs. K.
O. Brand will bo the hostess for
the afternoon. Tho girls' clubs
aro active and preparing Christ
H'li.i rnt.ittiiitiif t- rl1mt.t1t lipnfli.
m. iiu jyi ....it it.. i u.ii.ivii iri.fi..-
erhood held their bi-weekly meet
ing at the church cottage last
night. The first Unit Hour was
of a social nature, then the meet
nig was called to- order by Hie
president, Mr. Mahon. Brother
Green led in prayer. Brother (
II. Carton, president of tho broth
erhood of tho First Congregation
al church f Portland, was intro
duced. He gave a talk that was
exceedingly interesting and edu
cational. He is a well read and
much traveled man ami we felt
after he was through that the
Eastern difficulties was belter
understood, having spent some
time in this foreign land, as he
s the son of n missionary. He
was followed iy Midge Kossman,
ate municipal judge, who com
plained that Mr. Carlton had left
nothing for him to say, having
covered the entire field, hut it
was proven the contrary; that
when it came down to facts and
figures of our own fair city of
ortlaud it , proved the brother.
mod had plenty to do at home.
fter a lunch and closing prayer
iy Bro. Nourse, wo adjourned.
One Brother remarked he would
not have missed these talks for
Come and join with us in
this community brotherhood ami
work- for better citizenship nnd
Tho Womani'H Christian
Temperance Union will holt
their regular social meeting' at
the homo of Mrs. H. Knox. 3
E. Buchanan and Central Ave,
hogiuuiiig at 2 p. in. next Sun
day, Dec. 18th.
UUBEHS for everybody
A WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF-
Sizes and Prices to Suit All
Flowers, tho Perfect Xmas Gift
702 S. Jersey Phono Emp. 0800
j$ T Tf THEN you press a switch button to turn on
rUHN you press a switch button to turn on
the light, you may not think ol the men
Molting the furnace at the power plant.
understand the wire, ami dynamos that form the
background of electric lighting service, or appreciate
the girat investment nieded to supply you with
So also, when you turn for counsel and help to the
funeral director in your time of need, you may not
stop to think of the scientific training, the technical
skill, the modern equipment and the extensive facil
ities that form the background of his service.
Yet beyond your vision he serves you In scores of
unobtrusive ways many of which scarcely anyone
but he could namefor no other one person ever has
contact with all of them.
lie doe not eiptct that you will look behind the
results to see how they were achieved, but that the
results themselves will constitute a beautiful and
perfect tribute, the memory of which will be
a solace and comfort.
RMfraiuui by pnmtillon of TA Clnllunall Co fin Cut'
ptnyitm a lopyritkUd punan vAi of (itutj i Ikt
Jtlwity mih foil oj friuuvy (, igu.
CHAMBERS COMPANY, Inc.
Morticians iU y Kllllagiwortli Avenue
ByuU$ Vain eft Potto SuJ. Uuw No. its. C.C, Co. Sept. 192 1
With the impressive Methodist)
Episcopal ceremony, Pioneer
Methodist church of Rt. Johnn
was dedicated on Sunday morn
ing following a sermon by resi
dent bishop, William O. Sliep
ard. Bishop Shepard chose for hi
text the simple words of Jcsmis
found in Luke 10 "And thy
neighbor as thyself." Theso
simple words spoken over 2000
years ago are just being recog
nized, lie said. We aro coming
to see that the world i only n
"whole neighborhood" and re
gardless of religion, pnlitit, mi
tionality or color we niimt do un
to others as we would that they
would do unto us nnd thy noigli
bor as thyself. The mail wli.
showed himself kindly rooojpiiznl
the mutual obligation of T neigh
Tlie matter with the world to
day is that Christiiniity has fail
ed, 1 failed, you failed, tho nowx
papers, the statesmen, the "iofleh
ers, the schools, the courts), liter
ature, everything failed to dietil
the simple teaching of dentin,
"Thy neighbor as thyself.
What makes a miserable world
are ignorance, self inline, ut.
eraey and muniaes if we should
atop relief everywhere -if. w.j
should have a friendly ehureli.
What the world needs is u ktudlv
spirit and the Christinas of 1i)2'J
is experiencing more kindlv
deeds than ever before. Tho
world is producing more Good
Samaritans, he said, eiling the re
cent tire in Astoria with the train
loads of supplies, and with tin
thousands of dollars offered for
immediate relief of the MiilTarm-H.
And this beautiful church."
ho said, "must not be filled nIhiio
with beautiful music, with nilver-
tongued orators nor with initrhlv
preachers, hut with just neighbor-
mess horn ol ovo of ( lot w it It
just kindliness by everyone 'Imi
enters ami with i'nentllineaM-d'iit
awav selfishness mid have the
spirit of Christ when he imid
"tl... ....!.. 1,1., l..... ..ir ii
i,v iiuiiiiwi tin ni.Ymwi.
It is not "my rights" in Jhis
new world lint mv himv ili.i uu
duty, my ovporlmiity. It in4 not
I am as jfood as you mr'flnif
"you are as good as I ant."i
it i ...
rrcueciiiug tue senium ineiiH'o-
Kva L. ih
w liy Itlv .
gram included a
tnuiioe, liy Mrs. It. A. Olnon:
hymn, "All Mail the Powar of
Jesus' Name": Invm-alioti. Me.
Frank N. Saudil'iir: solo, "Prayer
Perfect", Miss Lola .Murnhv ae-
eompanied on the pinno by Mr.
uerniee .McCall; violin ili, ".Th,
Holy City," Mim draco Ttlfu
with Mrs. Olson nm aeeomn
solo, "heek e the l.onl
(leant Medium's with the elu
AsKistiug in the tledieatioii
II. F. Clark, who iirwiitt'iL
hey; I). Tnlinaii, ti. U. Itrint?
riiomiiH Shells, William ih
way, c. w. Mason.
held on I-ritlay eveiiiuif whielt
a reeoplion. On tin
were Kohm by Mrs. ISvi
butt, ami an adilretw
('has. W. MacCauultMy.
ti.. i .t 1
wii Aitiurtiay oveiiuiir loroier
IMistors, Kov. J. .1, Patten, lv.
I. II. Irvine ami IIov. F,
Haudifur, eomluutml eoho
Sunday eveiiiiut. !. W. V.
Voiingnon, disttriet auiiwiiitaid-
eut, iiieaehod tho riuoi.
mtiKical iirogram iiiulnded man
hers by the luiiior and Adolt
choir ami koIo by .J. Oriuil ilo
The identity of the niyntttt'iiuH
old woman with the KM) iwonta
who made her apparaiiuo at tliu
eiiturtaiiimunt upoiiKoml by Uio
W. C. T. U. in the V. W. CA.
on wo(liiouay uveiung ioniuiiie.1
a secret throughout the side of (jie
contents of the poekctit. Mp..
O. E. Itoberts, the old woman ,
was guosstxl as being ntosjt uvtib'-
oni) else in the community and uo
ono received the priste.
ui siute ot the iiielemeuev ol
the weather, there waa a good
crowd and the couI iiIh of ilie
pockets wore roadily diHoiMMlf-l'
nut tin'' the I'nioii iki'i.UU.
For various rottsons. sSvaiy
niimhur on the program dkj.
pointed the committee in aharie,
hut an impromptu protruDi
gauturwi i io in mo nuuleiiMi,
proved a great suceeii. Mm. C.
W. Ovortrt'et Iwl a smif wltli
Mrs. Thomas at tho piano; Mi
Sarah Ttinell gavo two rBMiluigs
which woro thoroughly tin joyed;
Mrs. Norma Waters duliglitai
tho audience by Kingrng, 'The
hid of a Perfuot Day," and Mi
O. W. Overstruet read th uvU
tion for which she
medal in a recent
contest, unco ami cotteo war
read th syltw
won the silm
AV. O. T. ll
i . T
Tho Woman's Homo .Miiionam'
sooioty of Pioneer Mqthodiy
church will meot In the olmroji
larlors on Friday aftornooji a
Head of Burlington St.
o'clock. The president, Mrs,
K. Cook, will presule.