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ST, JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1923
All Men's Keady-Macle r f w ,
SUIT S Percent
MEN'S SOLID LEATHER DRESS gfs M m
20 Per Cent Reduction
iggle Your Toes in Rogers Hose
Thursday nnd Friday. Dec.28 29
LON OHANEY in
"FLESH AND BLOOD"
Also "Timber Queen" No. 14
Saturday, December HO
BUCK JONES in
"WEST OF CHICAGO" Fox
If vou like action, see this one
Sunday, (Only), December 31
VIOLA DANA in
"THE FIVE DOLLAR BABY"
Monday Now Years Day
Open at 2 :tlO Continuous
With a great 8-reol production,
"HAIL, THE WOMAN"
An all-star cast including Thco.
Roberts, Tully Mnrshall, FJlor
enco Vidor nnd Madgo Bellamy.
Tuesday and Wednos. Jan. 2-3
WM. DESMOND in
GOOD S TUVl A T THIS mQUI.VlUOIi
THE RAINCOAT MAN
DON'T FORGET WE ARE CLOSING OUT 'ALL MEN'S READY MADE SUITS
Thursday and Friday, Jan. -1-5
' WM. FARNUM In
and the end of "Timber Queen"
Office Hour: Open livening nml
0 A. M. to 12 M. nml Sunday
1:30 P. M. to 5 P. M. Hy Apioinlincil
DR. B. F. HUSSON
Hooini 7-8, I'cnlniulu Hank Hldg.
Phone Umpire 1133
Clark & Wilson Green Wood
12 nnd 10 inch dry wood.
Call Empire 1175
St. Johns Undertaking Co.
Thomas Grlcc, Alanngcr
Office, Empire 0527 PHONES NIghl, Empire 0293 208 N. Jersey SI.
At this Benson o tho year our thoughts turn gratefully
to those whoso confidence and patronage have assisted in our
business progress nnd prestige
To nil our customers wo extend our henrtiest good
wishes for happiness nnd prosperity during tho coming year.
J Peninsula Security Company
Everything In Insurance
Why not have that Chevrolet Re
paired by Experienced Chevrolet
SPECIAL RATES FOR A LIMITED TIME
Come In and talk it over
Weeks & Ball
Phone Empire 1590
105 W. Leavitt St.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WE WISH TO THANK OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR THE LIBERAL PATRONAGE EXTENDED US DUR
ING THE PAST YEAR AND WISH FOR YOU A PROS
PEROUS AND IIAPPY NEW YEAR.
CURRIN'S FOR DRUGS
The Lombard Lumber Co.
now open for business
When in need of anything in our line call or see
us. All Orders Large or Small given Prompt
Lombard Lumber Company
1015 Lombard St. Phone Empire 1896
MOOSE NEW YEARS DANCE
Good Floor, good music, good timo for old and young
LET'S ALL GO
MOOSE HALL, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1023
AT ST. JOHNS
Admission: Ladies, ....25c; Gentlemen. . . .r0o
Musio hy Snood's Orchestra.
NOTICE Regular business meeting Thursday, Jan. 11th.
All members requested to attend.
E. W. IIORTON, Dictator. O. If. SPEULINQ, Sec.
Phone Empire 487 117 Philadelphia Street
If you can't find what you want elsewhere, come to me. If
I haven't got it, I will gt it. I carry FURNITURE, CAR
PETS. DISHES, COOKING UTI NSII.S, STOVES AND
RANGES. In tnct, nnytbing you wNi in the Household Line.
Will Buy, Sell or Exchange Anything
THERE is no sympathy w helpful to a
family that is bereaved as that of true
friends and no help so reassuring as that of the
gocd funeral director.
Acting in your stead, he understands that he
must act in your spirit, performing each task
with the reverence and tenderness with which
your own hands would perform it if they could.
Sympathy which cannot be gracefully con
veyed by words is revealed through his acts of
service which bring the comforting assurance
that every attention has been given
with thoughtfulness and skill.
Ritndud by famltilon a Thi CintUntli Cofin Com
tinyltomaiotyriikttdmiitauvhU af(titJ i Tk$
Saturday Kult I'citc Anl S, igzi.
CHAMBERS COMPANY, Inc.
MortkUn tH-y Kilhog worth Atcout
The Community church Christ
mas program) was held on Friday
eve. Santa Claus was somewhat
late hut. finally came with a little
remembrance for each.
Four now members were re
ceived into the fellowship of the
church at the Sunday morning
service. In the evening the ser
vice was quite in keeping with
the season, being taken from
Dickon's 'Christmas Carol."
Monday morning, however, was
reserved for the most inspiring
and helpful meeting of tho year.
riio Christian Endeavor was in
charge. Though the time set for
the service was 7:111, trio attend
ance was good and all felt that
the day had been started right.
Sunday morning, the pastor s
topic will bo "Pressing On
ward." In the evening "Man's
The Community church is not
so much interested in a creed as
it is in striving to learn the will
On Tuesday. December lflth.
the annual Christmas party of
the Altruistic I'luli, Pythian am
ors, was held al the homo of
Sister Lillian Walker, on Wil-
ametto Boulevard. The rooms
were tastefully decorated in red
and green crepo paper In keep
ing with the holiday spirit, and
dinner "like mother used to
make" was served at noon. All
present wore kept busy making
and filling bags for the Christ
mas tree, Friday evening, Doe.
22nd. After tho rcgualr business
meeting, tho Christmas packages
were opened and Christmas fa
vors of small bags of candy were
Clarke. Heruico Gromacoy and
Oihus, Mrs. Wnolloy being a
guest of the day. The next
meeting will be with bister Alice
Woiuior, 'Ml E. Hurlington St.,
Innuary , l'.)2;i. All Pythian
Sisters are invited.
Christmas Evo was celebrated
at thu homo of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Thompson, 1021 8. Jersey 8t.,
with a Christmas tree. The room
tt'iiu .1 tfi tiiiil uitli f.ntnti Iwim.lm
""" '".'" ,. " "... n .: ... .. sorts.
covered wmi silver wnnv iin who. it - , . , i nli -,,.
also the tree. White, glisteningl UCHMi .1-. . -
snow was the cover
tlm InHi Tim mom
M'illi rid nml I'l'i'i'll liid.ls and ' I'nP8
mi. ...... ........ .....
ll""'V" , V. .'. jiiKt passed, IKVJ
Sisters Hendricks, Horry, .IoiivhJ vCMtiiratiiiH were
Nelson, Walker, oiiiicr, liricu,jr Y'iihos have been
Douglass, Gromaoey, Swirt, Tre- f)()2 ,,omeH (KI7 ,nteM
bor, Jaoobsen, Hoover, Campbell, t....... vluitml
Tho Women 'c Protective Divi
sion is not n dectcetsve agency as
JiiMiy people arc prone to boliovo
but rather organized i'jr the pur
posc of protection and prevention
not prosecution nor persecution,
although protection many times
requires prosecution to more
than one person, according to
Mrs. Q. 1J. Nickorson, who spoke
at the Y. W. C. A. regarding this
department of tho city's work.
This woman's department hns
seen 17 years of continuous ser
vice in Portland, having been re
tained through the administra
tion of five mayors and six chiefs
of police, which speaks well for
the efficiency of the department.
At present there nro !) women
known as operatives, all of whom
are educated women tinder the
civil service, but they are not po
lice women as they arc some
times erroneously called. For
this department the city provides
a suite of fivo rooms in tho Wor
cester" building, not at the police
station. These rooms nro kept
open from 8 :',!() a. in. to midnight
including Sunday and holidays
and hero women nnd children
may go for protection, not perse
eution. Two well furnished,
well heated, comfortable rooms
are maintained where often
mothers with children seek re
fuge from n drunken husband
and father, or delinquent, girls
are eared for pending the time
for her ease to be called. There
is splendid co-operation between
the police officers and the wo
men of tho protective division
each calls upon the other as oe-
casion requires, miring tuo year
made and 2212
Every day the women opera
tives of this department nro in
the police court and never 8 week
passes without eases in tho cir
cuit and federal courts. One
operative is assigned to depart
ment and office work and an
other as dance inspector. Tho di
vision has general supervision of
IB theatres and moving picture
houses, 21 parkH and piny
grounds and 211 recreation re
ilo g is eningl Unumj,rl,,ff inZt t i &
.ftinr inmnnth urn ro ' especial interst to mis
itlS department and an ad is run in
. Wt ?i. iKl the papers in tho help wanted
Id law for girls
interest to this
. a ...I... I... ..i .l.tliauillJtllt
and Mrs. Hoy Thompson, Mr. and "" ' " ' ', no w be u
Mrs. Raymond Thompson, Mr. V" J " "n ge
'Z K'llleesey ''S Xo Mnj'o" S
tek MrHV. 8 A,?.', it!! boH." Under the prose,, 18
will tn ti tif fjtriiie
many beautiful and useful giftH - '
were on the tree. Those present ,l,pfi0 K'"H;
were Mr. and Mrs Floyd Houder-1 . '
son, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Avey, J . -t u.ar
A,e flicwiugniii, iuieii iiio. . , ..,.. inv
Caughin, Maurico McriUighm .. " . . " .. " , ,:
and Walter Thompson. '1 ho e
to live as they please, go joy
riding and to public danoos mix
ing generally with undesirablos,
nr iIikv mm uot married which
experiment often ends in the di
vorco courts within a few weeks.
They cannot vote, however, and
only under certain conditions
imlil nronortv and at any time
before they aro 21, married or
single, if they become delinquent
enn bo committed to tho state
training school for girls. "Why,
then, says Mrs. Nickorson, would
it twit lilt llllKt to nut this "of
ago" tip to 21 nnd in that way
lot our girls find themsolvoK be
fore they become delinquent 7
118 Philadelphia St.
HUM 1 I
Hair Cuts 35o
Firat Glass Work
Your Patronage Invited
Ono hundred firat clnsa envel
opes with your name nnd ad
dress neatly printed on the cor
ner for ono dollar at tho Uoviow
oflico. Additional 100 for 75c
Tho poBtoffico department ad.
vises the use or printed return
Colored ladies use ROGERS
lfie shoe polish for face cream.
Eyes examined, glasses fitted.
We do it right. Dr. W J. Gil
strap, Physician nnd Surgeon,
1-1 Peninsula Security iig.
ST. JOHNS AUTO EXPRESS
Ernie Phillips and Bay Bllyeu, Proprietors
Furniture Packed (or Shipment.
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
209 S. Jersey St. SMSM?2
Bcycrlc & Armstrong
Extend their many thanks for your liberal patronage tho
past year and wishes for you, One and All, n "Happy and
Prosperous New Year."
Beyerle & Armstrong
420 N. Jersey St. Empire 0208
OLD SANTA IN ST. JOHNS
Santa Clnus was no respecter
of persons in the St. Johns dist
rict this year, for through the ef
forts of tho Bachelor Club which
furnished food, clothing and
cheer baskets, nnd the Communi
ty Club which furnished toys for
every little boy and girl whoso
parents wore unablo to provide
for them, was visited on the
night before Christmas in some
cases by Santa Claim himself.
Other organizations and clubs in
cluding several of the girls clubs
from tho Y. W. C. A. which fur
nished Chrlstmns dinner for sev
eral families and Iho Camp Firo
girls who nintle "Puss in Hoots"
amounting to $30 which they
presented to the Communily
Club for distribution, assisted in
making this the very best Christ
mas that tho St. Johns children
have ever had. Churches and
lodges held Christmas trees with
programs and many distributed
candy and nuts which also added
to tho happiness. And now tho
glittering trees, heavily laden
wilh bright colored ornaments
and candles, the joyous happy
shouts of the children are mice
more a memory for Christmas
once more has come and gone.
Y. W. O. A. NOTES
The annual Christmas party
will be held Saturday evening,
Dee. from 7 till 10 o'clock.
All Club girls and parent aro in
The building has boon a seeue
of Christmas activities for the
last week, arranging for the
Girls'Club donations and dis
tributing the toys furnished b
the Community Club and Camp
fire Girls who furnished several
beautiful dolls, "Puss in Hoots,"
ami other supplies for a Christ
Sewing Class will begin again
on January 8th and gymnasium
on the 'Ith of January.
W. O. T. U. NOTES
The regular business moot nig
of Deborah Livingstone Union
will be held in the lecture room
of St. Johns library next Tues
day, Jan. 2, instead of the day
previous, it being New Years
ay. Mcmliors ol tlie union
please bear this in mind.
Only the (ioldea Unlet ni
Christ can bring the golden age
The joy of life is doing good tie
cording to a plan.
Wo have learned tliat il inn
libitiou does not iiIwh,vn prolnl)
I. neither does civilization n
ways eivilixe; nor education odu
elites nor Christianity Christian
i.e. The fight for a clear nrain
is a fight for Christianity.
From Writings or r ranees
HEAR REV. HUNDERUP
llov. August Hiinderup, slt
tul by tho pastor, Hew II. II
''arn ham. are Holding hvungt i
istio scrviooH at the Evangulie.il
ehuroh, cor. Ivanhoe ami John
St., every evening until further
notice at 7 ::)( p. m.
Hew Iluudorup is a proweiiur i
unusual ability, a natural orator.
1 . I.. !.. U. ...!.. I .... .
wen vorsou uoi tuny m oi hih'
but current offoirs. Ho appeals
to every one and if you hear him
once, his magnnitwiii, hU atronu'
and forceful sermons will oarr..
you back again and again. Don't
PnONE GIRLS HAVE PARTY
Onenitors of tho Empire tele
phono office enjoyed a Christ
mas party in tho St. John branch
Y V. ('. A. on Saturday uvuiimg,
Dee. 211. More than 7S pomws
were in attendance. A short pro
gram included a vocal mU i
Mrs. (1. Silverman; piano sol".
Thelain Kirlqmtriok; rending.
E. M. Harris; piano duet, Mt.v
E. Day and Mrs. Messenger;, vo
cal solo, Mr. Uiideon, switch
board man from tho main office,
and a reading by Mr. Sloan,
switchboard man from tho Gar
field office. A four piece or
ehcstn furnished music in which
tho guests indulgwl following
the program. Sucooss of tho pur
tv i .loo largely to tho hearty
co-operation and management
of Miss Irene Hurko. chief opera
tor of the Empire offtuo. During
tho evening tho girls were pre;
sentcd with two largo box ol
candy, gifts of tho Peninsula Na
tional Hank and each girl an in
dividual box of candy from Dr.
11. F. Huiwon, St. Johns dentist,
us a token of appreciation of tlm
excellent survjoo obtained
through this offico and to wish
the girls u very Merry Christ
mns. Tho Past Noble Grand Club
will moot with Sistor Dora
Amroin, 0211 13. Charleston St.,
January 4th, 1028. Hirthdajs
for Dooombor and January vdl
bt celobrated. A pot luok dinner
will bo served at noon. All welcome.