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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 25 March 1910

1 "-... ' , ' . 1 ' "- ' ' 11 S 1 : -z s , . . 4 , v ' : 'f .h - i , !:' .. r &y . What Would Jesus Do? BY DR. A. W. VINCHNT (Continued from last week.) , Business life to-day is a battle of wits against wits, energies directed not against nature to make her yield more abundantly of her sub stance, but against fellow-men to secure that which they have al ready brought forth. A battle as wasteful of energies, as cruel and inconsiderate, and more far-reach ing in its ellccts than any savage battle of muscle against muscle. Using in these days the sheer force of accumulated capital, which is more brutal than brute force, for the brute is satisfied when itu maw ia filled. But this battle we are told must continue, and for what? As an incentive, forsooth 1 To stimulate our energies. What sort of energies To allow the savage to reap n re ward for overpowering an enemy stimulates not his productive ciicr gics but his fighting energies. The mere producer is robbed and de spised. To allo...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 25 March 1910

0 40 Tears' Satisfaction For Bradley Shoe Wearers Why should you bother to experiment wiih other shoe when you know the Bradley Shoe is sure to give perfect Mtfehction? ' If it didn't, men wouldn't wear the Bradley Shoe, (and no other) year after year, for 40 years, as we know plenty who do. And it is neither prejudice nor imagination nor because they are cheap shoes. But rather because Bradley Shoes are not cheap. We have taken pains to find out just how the Bradley Wmot is made and ju3t how other shoes are made. So we can tell you exactly why people continue to wear the Bradley Shoe once having tried it instead of any other. The Bradley Shoo is the honest shoe the satisfactory hoe. Even an expert shoe man could find no slightest flaw in the Bradley shoe from sole to lining. Fe5tyI-l(WortWer-.TIie Bradley Shoe Will Salt Tea It will stand the closest inspection and the severest kind of a test That is why even at less profit to us we prefer to sell you the Bradley Shoe. But the best ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

''hfflrfrnl Wfnv i f, . : IT'S NOW UP TQ YOU I If X H V IT W j GET IN THE HABIT oh aotte. Call k aa4 aaroll i J ana o a nam rtfrat R. Be- J tin at aaca aad fcaaa rlaai a M . : iL. I I Davoted (o the latere! of the Pealawla, IIm Manufacturing Center of (be Northwest ., - . . VOL. 6 ' ' ST. JOHNS, OREGON FRIDAY, APRIL i, 1910. NO. at 1 1 1 .., City Should Stay Wet S Says F. W. Valentine, Who Gives Many and Various Reasons in a Concise Manner for This Belief PAID ADVKRTISKMKNr The electjon of April 4th, 1910, wilt be one that will mcau much to the city of St. Johns. Besides the election of a full board of city offi cials, the question of whether or not the city council shall issue liq uor licenses is to be decided by a vote of the people. This is a question that is of vital import to every citizen of St. Johns, and is deserving of the most carefu . thought and considcratiou. During the past three years the city has been both dry and wet and it is for the people to decide which it shall...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK QUICK AOTION OR STRIKE. Told in Brief. Bituminous Coat Miners In East Will Fight fop Raise. Cincinnati, March 30. Only Imme dlatc increases in wages will prevent a r.nn lMrIaInl ....... ... . . - .. .1 UOingS 01 the nOna at Large widespread strikes in the bituminuos coai mines, according 10 action taxen by n special committco of tho United Mine Workers here late today, follow ing tho final disagreement and dlssoliv tion of tho joint confcrcnco of the cen tral competitive field. Tho terms proposed by tho miners for tho continuation of work after the expiration of tho prcsont agreements at midnight Thursday will admit of no compromisa so far rs wages aro con ccrncd. On other questions thcro 1 room for agreement and tho general trend of opinion Is that no lengthy bus pension will bo tho result except in a row fields. ino most threatening aspect over shadows Pennsylvania and Illinois sec tions. Briefly, tho miners demand that INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRES...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

COLORADO MINES DEFY MINE LAW Investigation by Inspector Dis closes Bad Conditions. Coroner s Jury on Prlmero Disaster ' Is Scored Colorado Fuel. & Iron Company on Rack. Denvor, March 24. Characterizing tho system employed by tho Colorado f uel & iron company In tho operation of its mines in Southern Colorado oa "open defiance of tho law." Stato La bor Commissioner E. V. Brake, in his Tcport on the Prlmero coal mine disas ter in which 76 miners lost thoir lives January 31. calls upon Governor Sha froth to appoint a commission to make a rigid investigation of conditions in Las Animas and Huerfano counites. where the Colorado Fuel & Iron prop owes are located. Mr. Drake finds tho following condl lions existed in tho Prlmero mlno .pro Tflous to the explosion: Insufficient sprinkling as provided by law; local gas explosions frequent; lack of sufficient timbers, houses in the camp of poor construction; no check weighmcn for the benefit of the miners. In the opening of his repo...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

THE IT. JOHNS REVIEW PnbUahM Brery Friday At 117 West BerMBgtoB Street. BY A. W. MARKLE . pos In Saint Tohnt. Otetron. a mail matter of the second date under the Act of Con- Kress of March 3, 1879. Jtk PrlaMae ttseaUd la Ant-class styls. Ullla tar Jk Prlntla ruk on dallTtrr. All saHaanleatloaa tkoali bs sddrsassl to The aevtew, St Joins. Ortfon. . Adrsrttslae rstw, 1.00 par Inch pr month. All adTtrtlilac bill) paratlt ! of Mb moath. OAoui iimmr ef Ik onr ef ft. Jama. Subaerletlon nrloe $1.60 per year. FRIDAY, APRII, 1, 19. With reference to the article, or dialoctie. written by Mr. Aver and published on the first pace of this paper, it is greatly to be regretted that a prominent business man should descend to personalities in public print over the wet and dry, or any other question, for that mat ter, as we feel that every one is en titled to his opinions or impressions, nnd one person should not abuse or condemn and censure another for holding views different from his own. Mr. Wood ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

Few ans) Its MuHlpte ef Tea. Tae nsaber four was anciently esv teesjnd the seat Drtct o all, ,Mo the aritbweUcai wean between oaa and seven. Oman, t,he second caliph, aaW, "Four things cotao pqt back. the spoken worjl, the sped arrow, tha pat life, the neglected opportunity." In naturo there aro four seasons and the four points of the com pa m. Forty, a multiple of four by ten, la ene of the sacred numbers. The pro bation of our flrat paronts in tho gar dea of Eden 1 supposed, to have .been fqrly yqars. he rain fell, at tha del uge orty days nod nights, and the wa ter remained on the earth forty days. The days of ciubaltnlug tbo dead were forty, plomon's temple was forty cubits long. In It wcro ton lavers, Inch four cubits long and containing forty baths. , Moses was forty years old when ho fled Into tbo land of Mldlan. where bo dwelt forty years. Ho was on Mount Blnat forty days and forty nights. The Israelites wandered In the wilderness forty years. Tbo Saviour fasted forty days a...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

Paid Advertisement lS si a TKKET Ballot No. 2 Ballot No. I ! Ballot No. 4 Ballot No. 8 9fi amaHT 'eeeeeeBBA mm HmmT 3 J. II. Ill-NDRICKS For Mayor II. E. COLLI mt For Attorney FRED C. COUCH For Recorder ADAM F. KAEMLEIN For Treasurer Ballot No. 14 Ballot No. 15 TV Ballot No. 18 mm kmM amamV' """mr to A. W. DAVIS For Couiicilmiiu at Large S. L. DOBIE For Councilman at Large C. L. JOHNSON For Councilman at Large Ballot No. 33 BalKNo. 37 Ballot No. 30 Ballot No. 33 y " 3fteeeeeW 1AM i ra S. C. COOK Councilman First Ward ganaaaammaaaatnaasm W. W. W1NDLE Councilman First Ward J. S. DOWNEY Councilman Second Ward J. E. HILLER Councilman Second Ward Declaration of Principles of the Citizens Ticket m We demand a strict and impartial enforcement of the laws and ordinances of the city. We pledge ourselves to a safe, practical and business-like administration. We believe in strict economy in civic affairs. We recommend permanent improvement of streets and walks, and of building an adequate sewe...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

1 , -ut - fV - 11, Gleaning House While you are you will wish you had some ) NeW Lace Curtains ' for the front room or a RUG to brighten it up. Remember you can find them at Low Prices ' Easy Terms A Good Assortment room. Our line of Linoleums and Mattings is complete. We have a good linoleum at 54 cents per yard, fitted to your Wc carry the famous Direct Action Gas Range . . The best on the market and a fuclisavcr. Let us demonstrate it for you. EVERYTHING ON EASY TERMS, Only by giving you the best goods for the money can we hope to get your trade. I We Sell on a Guarantee to Please TANTALUM New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. i u . CHEAPER and MORE STURDY than tha TUNGSTEN. Can be uaad in KEY SOCKET. Portland Railway Light and Power Go. 147-7th Street Sifting Stock In our hardware line is Just what we are doing at the present time. The Stewing Pan, Coffee l'ot.RoltliiKl'lu, Strainer, and alt other arti cles, have tumbled out. We are having jc, 10c and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

OTP Till? mTurua 'rin w Ar.a bring orono. hnnlth. tlon. Now, In his "hobby" talk nt Tate i:xiiiiit.,i in (ha Waahlnirlnn IlAnfAn.n. l I. . A Iiti-aK.- 11.1 . .. .1 u 1 r' 1 o-v"t iuiuoiiui .uuuic reuerni-i -n. .n.. A OHOXCE SELECTION 01" IMT- fSIIMO ITEMS Comment nnd Crltlclama Baaea Upon (be llnienlna of tka Uar Illatorical and Nana Nofee. , Latest Uattlo Hymn: "No Meat for mo Plenso Pass tho Prunes." f 'Even tho Apostle Paul would not oat meat ir it caused Ills brother to offend. '"Tho thirteenth child of New York parents, born the othor day, wag twins. Electricity. What Is It? Nobody knows. AJax defied It. Franklin tried U and now wo buy It. It Is said Injections of rattlesnake venom will euro hookworm. Also pel lagra. It is a klll-or-cttro remedy. West Point young men are to bo per mitted to hazo within reason. Now wo "hall sco whether they know where reason ends and foolishness begins. ed this declaration, but with some re- 1 lnlnk we "light leave Paris to look genre and cautio...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

13c PER POUND FOR PORK SMITH PAYS IT Smith will par the following prices etrelchtup for Rood fatetnt". Ha never taltte off commie km. He can ota any amount of pro duct. Draaacd Pork,., is. Draaiwd Vaal op to 130 Iba ..12He LIvaHena ' 17. Draaaad Mens """"""IllllSa Market Prlca for Errs. '"quanUty of Sprint Umba for tha Easter trado. Wa will par rou ec eordlnr to theatre and quality. Ship them to ua. Addreea all ehlpmenta to the ITtANK L. SMITH MEAT CO. "nchtlac tha Beet Truat" PORTLAND, OREGON Not Fast Colora, "Aunty," aald little Constance, "don't you want some of my candy7" "Thank you, dear," was the reply. "Sugared almonds nro favorites of mlno." "The pink or tho white oncst" asked tho little tot. "Tho white ones, please." Tlioro was silence until the last P' -itSTSS... ..n,.J . . . ...... ..u,.,,, rcmnrKoa uonsianco. success Uaga .In, Halting I'ma-rcae. Donsor Bern to tho automobllo show, liavo youT Decided yet what kind you aro going to buy? . natterson N'ot quite; but I'm iret...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 April 1910

A'"Hes)ee" Buddha. Lady Dorothy Nerilt in her "Item!- feccnces" records nn example of tho so called "innlevolent Influence" of an Inanimate object upon' the fortunes of Its possessors similar to that said to nave been exerted by the Hope dia mond, now sunk beneath the waves. From tho day a mlnlaturo Buddha from Durma of charming workman ship entered her house everything went amiss. Its Installation In the drawing room "was followed by a perfect aralancho of catastrophes." within a week a son failed In busi ness. Household pets came to tragic ends. A favorlto pony was suddenly paralyzed, "ana this on tho very ero of nn election In which It was to (in sist by conveying Conservative voters to tho poll," from which It Is inferred that tho lluddha was not .fnvornblo to tho Tory party. A fow days later a neighboring chimney crashed down upon a wing of Lady Dorothy's house, doing much damage. Shortly after ward tho Uuddlin was sent on loan to tho Indian museum, where, after soino minor dis...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

t!?!tlei1 SoeWty REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ToMbtcrHx tor THIS Paper. AH the nwi whttt H U niwi li our motto. Call la and taroll GET -Iff TUB HABIT eti 1 1 star st sM kMV lljt at DcvotMt (e tlM latMTMtt Of tlM Pi lb Maaafartarlaf Ceetsr 'el .the NorthwMt . VOI,. 6 t ST. JOHNS; ORBOCfT. FRIDAY, APRII, 8,910. NO. 22 JOHNS The City " Wets Win Out with Votes to The municipal election Tuesday was the most interesting in the tin nals of the city's history. The largest vote 011 record was recorded, and' the sentiment of the people as a whole was given hi unmistakable terms; There were a number of surprises, but outside of a few per sonalities injected into the campaign from one source, the fight was a clean one, and the result is being accepted iu truly American spirit. The defeated one's nrc cheerful and satisfied to abide by the- will of the people. Most intercut centered around the wet and dry proposition The bulk of the campaigning was applied to this issue, mill the rvul is so cleati c...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK MILLIONS TO FIGHT SHARKS. Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. Uentral Resume of Important Evants - Preterited In Condensed Form for Our Busy, Readers. Roosevelt and his party dlno with king and queen of Italy. President Taft gavo a dinner at the White Houso to conservationists. It Is reported that Roosevelt still has confidence in Taft and his policies. i Premier Asqulth's policy In the houso of commons won by a voto of 357 to 261. Two hundred tnxlcnb drivers In Chi cago.nro on.strlkc, and the remaining SOO are expected to join them. An aviator at Alameda, fell 80 fcot with' his blplano into San Francisco bay, but was rescued by a skiff, Tho incldcnt botwccn Colonel Roose velt and tho Vatican at Romo grows in Imbortanco and promises to become world-wide. of Plan Is to Charge Only Legal Rates on Furniture" Security. New York, April ' 4. Mrs. Russell Sago has inaugurated a state-wide plan to thwart tho loan Bharks who fatten upon tho necessities of t...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

VISIT TO POPE DECLARED OFF Roosevelt Declines Restrictions Imposed by Invitation. Great Roman Pontiff Expreses With to Avoid Repetition of Fairbanks Incident riome Stirred. Pope to Rooievelt. Tho holy father wlli;bcdollghtcd to grant an audienco to Mr. Rooie velt on April 5 and hopes, that noth ing will arise to prevent It, such as the much regretted incident which made the reception of Mr. Fairbanks Impossible. Roosevelt to Pope. It would be a real pleasure 'to me to bo presented to the holy father, for whom I entertain high respect, both personally and an tho head of a great church. . . . Idecllno to make any stipulations or submit to any conditions which in 'any way would limit my freedom of conduct Rome, April 6. The audience which it was believed that ex-PreeMent Roosevelt would have with the pope to day will not take place.'owing to condi tions which the Vatican ha imposed, and which Mr. Roosevelt refused to accept. Although 'the definite negotiations relative to the audience ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

THE ST. JOHNS RCVICW PuMkkM Srarr Friday At 117 Want BwMafton Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tmk Review Is entered at post office In Saint Johm, Osegon, as mall matter oi tne second class nnaer tne aci oi ton grese of March 3, 1879. Job Printtai inU4 la flnlettM 17! tllila n JaW Tvlnllfi i..h m Amilrmrr. All soramnnletllOBS ihovld t addrsusd to Adrnrtlilar tatsa, (00 pr Inch psr month. All drlllnc bills pylU Ant of oocb month. OHetol ITtwiyaaff of tka Ottf of M. Me. Subaerlptlori price $1.60 par year. ' FRIDAY, APRII, 8, 19. The Review's course in taking nclthcr.sidc on the liquor Question during' the campaign which has just closed, seems to have met with general approbation, judging from many complimentary remarks we have heard concerning same. There were, however, at least two in stances that wc know of where this course did not please. The day after-election one local business man peremptorily ordered his nd. out, presumably because wc did not take up the dry end of it. Another shining ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

4. Cleaning While you arc House V you will wish you had some New Lace Curtains for the front room or a RUG to brighten it up. " Remember you can find them at Low Prices &sy Terms A Good Assortment room. ! Our line of Linoleums and Mattings is complete. We have a good linoleum at 54 cents pci1 yard, fitted to your Local News. And the next day it rained. . We carry the famous ' Direct Action Gas Range The best on the market and a fuel saver. Let us demonstrate .At for. you. . . - - - EVERYTHING ON EASY TERMS Only by giving you the best goods for the money cau we hope to get your trade. We Sell on a Guarantee to Please TANTALUM New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. CHEAPER and MORE STURDY than tht TUNGSTEN. Can ba uiad in KEY SOCKET: Portland Railway Light and Powar Go. !47-7th Street Sifting Stock la our hardwire line U Just what wa are doiBg at the preaeat time. The Stcwlag I'aa. Co8ee rot, Rolling 1'in, Stralaer, aad all other artl-. cl, have tumbled o...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

TOPICS OF THE TIMES Af CHOICE SELECTION 01 HCT.. EdTINQ ITEMS. Comment mid Crltlclema Baaed Upon the llnnnenlnaa uf In Dar ; Historical anil Nana Note. ilni? nrn no hlnh that It la almost . I A .compliment io caij n man ono. i - i The telephone. Is thirty-four years flirt, hut the clrl oDerators nro all voung. Cwhnt n hamiy world this would bo it? all of our pleasant dreams would como true. jTho Uoston woman who complains that kissing Is overdone-probably pro tors hers rare ICoats that button up tho back have 6oon suKKestcd for mou. Doubtless It Is some woman's Idea. Telling a Congressman whero to get on nnd off should be regarded aa ono of tho duties ot good citizenship. "Do women worry more than men?" Atks a London paper, inoy ao, uui tho men aro always to blamo for It, of course Chicago has decided on a safe-and- sane Fourth. It It Is accomplished, It wilt stand out tho ono whlto spot In ho 305 days. "Chickens may bo kept nlno months." says Dr. Wiley. Much de pends on the charact...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

isa r IK for III IH 1H- far r is. n lae to aoo Mr inn Siev Ml :at Fries for Rmtth mvi th atta hM . a V ----- - fa giMUa 4Bfc prolate. Ho do not enarc eommloolen. Addrea ill hlpmnU to th ntANK U MOTH MEAT oa -ngnung we ( Trust" PORTLAND, OXtaON Bjr the flradaal Heaaetloa Praeaaa, Rayner Hava you got to the point or floing without beef yet? Shyno Not quite, but we're training down to It. Watk before last wi lived en chuck ateak. Laet wok we bought nothing but beef hearta and kldneya. Thii week we are eating pickled trips, Next week we'll be ready to tackle anything. Chicago Tribune. With float Exception. "Grandma, do you think blrda go to heaven?" "I aee no reason to doubt It, dear, sometimes think, though, that parrola go to tha other place." New and tecoml-hatitl Bafrs and Vault Ioors. Cheap for cah or eaxy terms. Call or write Tor cnta and prices. Portland Balm Co. Acenta Kotslac-Hau-Marvte Mo Oo. 7 rUUi att. Tka IrrasaUr Vorb "Ta Be." la one of the Senate cloak-rooms dar ing a rec...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

3F The Care of Children's Teeth Teeth, the hardest portion of the body, should be the last to decay and die. They are generally the first. They are absolutely necessary to maintain bodily health. Disease of 1 teeth or their surroundings means pain, misery, possible pernin 1 nent physical disturbance, partial or total loss of sight, smell, taste, hearing, health, good looks, en ioyment of life. Tceth are given us to chew with, and no one lias greater need of per feet teeth than the child, for it is in childhood that uc is building up the body to withstand the stress of the years to come, and not only his physical but his mental vigor dc pends upon the food he can digest and assimilate. Jl child with sore and sensitive teeth docs not chew his food well. He can't. As the result, he swnl lows his food only partially tiiastl cated, therefore, he suffers from in digestion and other disorders that arise therefrom. His body docs not receive that nourishment it should receive, and his whole ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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