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I' a !: : ti AIR GRAFT COLLIDE; NINE MEN LOSE LIVES Vienna. A military aeroplane acci dentally rammed an Austrian army Parseval dirigible at the aviation tteld between Enzersdorf and Flecbamend, sinking the great airship but itself going down to destruction as a result of the accident, with a total loss of nine lives. The two air craft were 2600 feet aloft when the accident occurred. The aeroplane was swooping past the diri gible with b safe margin of distance between the two when It suddenly .swerved almost at right angles, pre sumably due to some mishap to the steering gear, and plunged at fall speed into the big gas bag amidships. There was a terrific explosion and the airship took fire. The flames en gulfed the biplane and In a few mo ments the remnants of both craft with their occupants crashed on the slope of a mountain. The seven men on board the diri gible and the two with the aeroplane were all dead before those who rushed to aid them reached the spot It was ' impossible to tell whether they were burned to death before they struck the ground or were killed by their fall. Baseball Star Arrested. Detroit, Mich. Tyrus Cobb, base ball hero and outfielder of the Tigers, was arrested for drawing a revolver on a butcher who, Cobb declares, bad insulted his wife. J. J. Hill is Doctor of Laws. St. Paul, Minn. James J. Hill was honored with the degree of doctor of laws by Macalester college at the commencement exercises of the college. THE MARKETS Portland. Wheat Club, 86c; bluestem, 89c; red Russian, 86c. Hay Timothy, 16; alfalfa, $13. Butter Creamery, 27o. Eggs Ranch, 21c. Seattle. Wheat Bluestem, 89c; club, 86c; red Russian, 85c. Hay Timothy, 817 per ton; alfalfa, $14 per ton. Butter Creamery, 26c. Eggs 24c. TART AMENITIES EXCHANGED Antls Take Exception to Being Likened to Polecats. Washington. The headquarters of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage Issued a statement which chaiges that the suffragists called the antls "polecats" In a reso lution adopted by the 47th annual meeting of the New England Suffrage Association. In their retort the antls call the suffragists "social revolution ists" and declare there is nothing in common between the suffragist and true feminist. The antls say the New England suf fragists passed a resolution at their annual meeting saying: "We denounce as a gross slander the charge of the antl-suffraglst that equal suffrage means loose morals, and we protest especially against their attributing to prominent women statements which these women have emphatically disclaimed. ' "These are the antics of the pole cats when badly frightened." Northwest Postmasters Named. Washington. The president nomin ated the following to be postmasters: Washington S. 8. Moritz, Dayton; Arthur A. Barnes, Pasco; Helen R. Whitney, Wapato; James M. O. Wil son, Waterville; Idaho William T. Roberts, Bellevue. Refrigerators from $9.00 up at Ross's Furniture Store SAMUEL GOYPERS 1 Samuel Gompers, the famous labor leader, who Is said to be planning a school teachers' union. JUROR SEIZED AS SLAYER Investigation of Girl's Death Under Auto Has Dramatic Climax. Toronto. The Inquest over the death of Mary Mush, killed by being run down by a reckless motorist, came to dramatic termination by the arrest of John B. Whaley, foreman of the jury Investigating the case, on the charge of having killed the girl. Whaley was traced by a piece of broken glass picked up on the scene which fitted perfectly the broken headlight on bis automobile. The foreman was taken from the jury box to the prisoner's bar. After the accident Whaley drove on at great speed and escaped detection, It Is alleged. On leaving the garage he was served with a summons to act on the coroner's Jury and was elected foreman. The entrance of detectives in the progress of the inquest and the arrest on a charge of manslaught er caused a profound sensation. PKT1TIOX To tlio Hon. Mayor, and Common Council of the City of St. Hel ens, Oregon: We, the undersigned residents and property owners of the properlv abutting on California Stre t, In said City, between the boundaries herein after described, would respectfully petition your honorable body, to cause to be Improved, the following described portions of said California Street, and in the manner herein after described; to-wtt: Beginning tu the center of Cali fornia Street East and opposite Block 129, where the present County road leading to west St. Helens, cros ses said California Street; thence running south along the center of said Strtiet to the Intursocton of said Street with present travelled County Road leading to Warren, Oregon, said Improvement to be made by clearing and grading said street 20 feet in width, and being 10 feet In width from the said center of said street, on each sldo of said center, and to Improve the same with crush ed rock, one foot in depth in tlio cen ter thereof, and gradually reducing the same to 4 inches In depth and be ing 10 feet in width on each stdo of tlio center of said Street; All of said improvements to be paid for by the abutting property owners, for which your petitioners will ever pray. NAME LOT ' BLOCK D. T. Gerdes 4 to 11 121 Prank Glinlckt 4-5-6-7-8 120 L. M. Crouse 16-17 130 R. Constantin 6 122 Geo. A. Brlnn 18-19 139 Mrs. Jonnte Turner 18-19 130 Mrs. A. M. Brlnn 20 139 R. J. Jink 20-21-22 130 J. H. Cade 12-13 130 II. B. Nicholas 21 lots as follows: Lot 1 In Block 121; 9-10, 1-2-3 In Bllck 120; 12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-and 20 In Block 132. For Sale and Want AcU Ads in ThM C ,lumn Bring RuH W. J. MUCKLE FOR SALE Silo Lumber, 1800 foot, 26 feet long. Lumbor Is at War ren. Seo or address JOHN DOLAN 2tp. St. Helons. Large fire-proof safe for sale, E. E. Quick, City Hall. CHERRIES FOR SALE: Pickers wanted; will deliver or sell on the troe. Will begin picking Monday, June 8th. C. J. LARSON, Up. Waren, Ore. Roo tlio Warner's special fealuro programs, Tuesday. Thursday uml Sunday. ARCADK Tilll.VIT.K Hummocks from $1,811 up. Hokm'h 1'unilttiro Storo Cumfy cut robbed vests, 10c at' NoiiIi'h Ark MRU! I' IRK! HKKI I IRK! Dry weathor Is coming on see E. E. Quick In St. Helens and Insuro your proporty In the Oregon Fire Rellof Association of McMlniivlllo, Oregon. Don't put It oft. XV. U WAHKKN, At. White oil cloth at Noah's Ark AUCKLE IMRDVyiRC C0APMY" 0 E A L E R 8 IN JI1MS If. I an inc O I I s ir.UMKss s.is noons COWLITZ ami RIVKR STIIUKTS ST. HELENS. OREGON mm 30E 3CE PLAZA PHARMACY Pure Drugs ami Medicines IV el oi "in Chomlnhx l if nines SfnioiH i'u Toil cf. .Irirrs S. & H. Grocn Trading Stumps given with ell cash .nirviasot. Konm'm Furniture Store Couch Covers, Portlors, Tortere Polos, Curtain Rods, etc. Hohh'h Furniture Store UXCLAIMKI) LKTTERS Letters unclaimed at the SI. Hel ens, Oregon post olllce for the weok ending June 20th, 1911. Mrs. Tom Lowden. Mr. Louns Robblns. Jack Skinner. Letters unclaimed by July 4th, 1914 will be sent to the Dead-Letter office. 1 . IVA E. DODI), V. M. KEEP YOUR MONEY at HOME by always asking for EL TRIUMPHO 10c CIGARS OVIDA 5c CIGARS Made in St. Helens, Under Clean and Sanitary Conditions, by First Clan Workman who Live Here and Spend Their Wages Here. (I Blue flame coul oil cok stoves, Just the thing In hot weather, costs less to run than a wood stove. Kohn'ii Furniture Store BANK BU'LOING Pl.ONE 100 ST. lit LENS. OREGON mr- mr Seo the 'Varner's special featuro programs, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. AUCADK rilMTKK A good house with three choice lots in kooi location in St. I Mens for Bale. Inquire for prices and terms at the Mist office. A.M.ECKER , Manufacturer St. HeldlS- Two fine building lots in St. Helena for sale. Several fruit trees and ex cellent garden spot. Close in. Rea sonable pr'ces and easy terms. Enquire at Mist office. "Wanted -General Agent, Old Line Non-Participating Life Com pany. Home Ollice Portland, Ore on, to handle Columbia County. Must not be under contract with any other Life Company; nht nec essarily experienced. Extra good contract to right party. Address P. 0. Box 190. ANNOUNCEMENT We have just installed a new lathe and are prepared to do your repair work on marine and automobile engines and machinery of all kinds A GENERAL REPAIR SHOP Work turned out on short notice by an experienced mechanic m CITY GARAGE FOR SALE Threshing outfit, en gine, 18 compound; s ' o". Wind Btarker, all in gocd repair. En quire William Osper, 3mo Warren, Orgeon. WANTED An energetic young man to make daily calls on the Grocers of St Helens soliciting orders for an old established Wholctale Fruit and Pro duce Ilouhe. Address Levy and Spiegl, Cortland. Ore. FOR SALE Hay and Grain. Dahlgren, Warrecn, Ore. tf C. O. FOR SALE A beautiful now home on the bank of the river. Magnifi cent vlow. One of the most de slrablo homos in St. Helens. DR. R. L. JEFFOOTT FOR SALE-Pair fine mares f sale, about 2700, 4 yrs old. St Helena Livery Itarn. Window Shades, either plain or duplex, any color, and made to fit any size window. ItoKN'u Furniture Htoro CHASE & SON PROPRIETORS OF Central Grocery Have made arrnnjromcntH tnhunhle S. & II. (Ireen Trading Stamps In addition to getting the best groceries at the lowest prices our customers get vultiuble trailing stamps. It will pay you to become our customer Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAY INC AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE IB OR 12 WM. H. DAVIES ST. HELENS, ORECON Prop. iiiULiAiULAAiULAAtULAittaatltULlitUtlAliiktf St. Helens Mill Co. - Electric Lighting (Saves Your Eyes) - S team Heating ( Prolong t Your Lives) Lath Wood Lumber BASEBALL MOVIES : "A f.lnnf Fnv Vi.r m ;m Mr. Fan Roots While the Dook Runs l ' sav, fan, oi-o (good Cm eve tm'oveT (o, we's a aw, rebu. now! I Itmis bas. ball V 1 : T 1 :f CHAP , IM GETTING , , flU5HEH f0 AWF ULlV CwtVAH) JARGON ee.C0M6? 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