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jl, Helens Will Celebrate the 4th of July. Great Attractions Assured. Co
m aa 1 . a, .1 fc. tfi c . a: -1-611 (I II El I - sr OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916 luME XXXV. NO. 26 HELENS WHITE SOX LUMBER SHIPPED ST. HELENS WOMAN'S ST. HELENS WINS NEW MACHINERY CITY FATHERS cDfiM CT iin rue Mim ii.i -. . i - ntLt tLUK HULL) Mthllmi FROM VERNON RECENTLY INSTALLED IN DELIBERATION ! FOUR 11 SALEM LAST SUNDAY GOOD ATTENDANCE L, Km"'"'"'"" "' i on- itt i-:nj")ti. j3JiiPr HuIIukIi wiit hl While to Salem Sunday to eiiKiiKn Hi" U't (Salcinl club f I1') Inter- i Leau. from tin score II nillul Hi"1 Wlilli Sox gnvit their i i wry entertaining UMil rinse 4 However, wit ratlin buck :. itoilmrl riul of a 6 to 6 mo, re. . ,:iinJ.iu" wan good, close In irtiple haiullnit dill their change ailmliunw ticket" in H"t. Peterson, tlin li'inliiff , wir unable In (allium tln do- iT o( MlK-rti. tin' former O. A .'lilnT, ami wjlki'il liuck In llin iT' lii'iu'h with llii' Ha inn lint :h had IjIIiiI tu con unit with liltln tille Klul.uln Sclberts 'J IIX Mi'l uiialil waited anil riml on four whin ones. Stnv- il'juiiliil, m'liiHiiK Mlrkny to llilril, II looked tut If wo won ll score Mnvre mnl Hrukko worn Ui. Mourn went mil on mi ousy lu I In' lti-lii-r mnl Hrukko wua il oul iin strikes, t'mplri) Huyni' 0 tll . I:i CVell wurci tllllll VESSELS LOAD , FLAG DAY OBSERVED RETURN GAME JUNE 25 A lliii- U'ti-k ill I ln Wnlrr I'rniil Iih U I'llliil In l.lmil. Tin) IiiiikhIiimi'Iiii'h'h iilrllin linlnn i U'iiiiuiarl!y Hi'ltlml, tint vurlmiH vch-: tinlu Ihmii iiwnitliiK i'.iri(o put mi extra! Iiinii uiiil mil) il ciiiiiplnluil IiiiuIIiik. ' Tin rliniiiiiT Klamath li-fl nut Hut- u-iluy nlKlit, liniiiiil fur San I'nilro anil I .an li'Ko. Hlu rarrlml u ourt'o nl! iiiuro tluiii u minimi feet i.r lumlii-r, i.lmi it i pUHMftiKm. Tlin iili'iunrr Wupamii lefi nut Sun ilu (nr Hoiillinrn Callfnnila purtK Hit cutro ciiiulnti'il ( IuiiiIht ami pllliiK. Tlin mnnmiT Tdiiplu K. Dnrr Infl ilnwn ilvtr Tumiilay lilKlit, aflnr tali I n It on n partial ian;n (nr San 1'i-ilrn Tin iitnamnr llitwilnlii, fuplalii Tilt Iti'itH, uirlvftl lii Saturday iilKlil mnl aflnr titklui; nn "( fjO.itOU fri t of liim Imr lift out Tin-winy dIkIiI fur Sun I'ulio. Tin KtnuiniT O. M. Clark 1;: ex piTtnil tlilH nuirn Iiik mnl will take u hiukIkii mi-lit uf IuiiiIht fur tint Mc ('iiiniirk yard nt San Uli'tco. Ti n ill. i kn it I - til m IIh uru plli'il ut falllliK In m-n Hint twit iif din , llisjli wild luuiln';- ami tn'Vnrul mIimiiii- ililrlki'H wnm Jin.t hi lilf.u iiImivd nrn urn nTpndi .l ilurliiK tlin iimi In k ''i bnl nr tin. p.-,,k f Mount ! wi . I.. i k iiliuvu tlin plai lit l.uiiiiu of ii'm.liia rlvnr. TIiiih i imIi d our -if fur 'inrliiK Sali-m put urn c In tin. flrnt nn Seymour! walk, I Miu A,,ll, (i,,im f11P M,.,)(.rH,, : uriiitH Vminii Ti-iinis ( lull in Hist IUidIviiI. Hiilit. ul' liiiPr-l'liili K1.1I..M. Snverul iiidiiiIilts of tho St. Helens Tennlu t'lult went to I'ortluml Sun day to mei.'t tlio Vernon club In the firtit of a r.erletj of chili mutcheti to lie played. The Ku.nn aturteil on the two courts ut 10 u. in. uml lusted until evening. The St. Helens pluyers only lout two mutcliCH during the whole day, uUIiiiukIi they were liudly hundicap pel by slipping on the graveled cluy courts. Glen Metsker, although lie had not played for two ycurs, staged a come buck by giving his opponent a hard fight In both vinglcs and dou bles. Tho ladles team, composed of Miss Mildred Allen and Miss Addy Adams, simply Mwamped their opponents and In tho return match to be played In St. Helens courts on the 25th. will ADDITIONS TO PLANT Ijilior KuviiiK Machinery Iiihtulhil uml Iti'udy for Hcunoii'k Itun. PASS TWO ORDINANCES The Si. Ili'lciiH Wnniau's I'lub held Its lata regular meeting of the club )ei r Wiiliiesilay ufternuon, ut the Inline nf Mrs. J. W. I lay, when u re-ci-ptinn was given to the members and Invited giiests. It lining Klug Itay, the rooms were very lamefully decorated with flags and u prolusion of I .a Franco and Cartili.-o Testout roses. There was a short business ses sion which was followed by gullies. Miss Josephine Moorhead favored the cuiiipuny with u piano solo 11 mi kindly responded to an encore. Very dainty refreshments were then served. Nine of the visitors gava their iinmes for membership when tho club opens for sludy In the early fall. Among the visitor, present wero Mrs. Win. lloss, Mrs. J. M. Ruther ford. Mrs. I.. It. Hutherford, Mrs. May the Multnomah lui.'.ea championship. ' to u- T,,is niachino will save a vast Newton of Deer Itlund. Mrs. J. 8.! I.. It. Hutherford won from A. W. : ''-""'"t of hand labor. Ilrown, Mrs. Kllu George, Mrs. Hubu Grant, the Y. M. ('. A. cliampion, and : The cannery is now working on IliakeKley, Mrs. Cora lloyce, Mrs. Jas. i H. t,. Ilurdeck, a former partner of ; rheubarb. The strawberry crop is so Klllsun, Mrs. M. K. C.raveB, Mrs. Myr- V. A. I.arned. Rutherford and Turner short that uo attempt wil be made tie ltkketson, Mrs. Hlshop Moor head, also won from Grant und Burdens In to care for the small amount that Miss Josephine Moorhead, Miss Elsie the doubles. Luster Wellington und might ho offered. Some extensive improvements are being made at the Columbia Hlver Canning and Produce Co., und ull is bustle und business getting ready for the season's run. A new warehouse 50x30 haa been added to the west side of the muin building and an addition capable of storing two carloads of cans has been added on the east side. These two buildings were much needed and will afford plenty of storage room for the present. Two new capping machines have been received. These machines are ut the very latest design and are capable of cupping 40 cans per mn iute. The capacity of the flrBt ma chine was about 30 per minute. A new blanching machine has also play Mrs. Constance Meyers and her j b(jen recnived which is capable of sister, who played in the finals at ; ,UK1"S cure ot 811 tl,at can ue Ied Halted for I'erry In ninth. St Helens 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 II 2 5 ! Hits 12(10 01011 S. SiiIimii 10 0 2) 0 2 0 fl ! i.aliln error ullnwlng him to! lilts 0 12 1113 0 .'Mini. Ins inn. In 11 good strut nfj Units Jumleson, Armsplger 3, j lilrd Ik.ii(., and scored mi Wll- Mirtmi. Seymour :i, Wllr.on, I In user, ! mil at flrni .Miller. Struck out - Hy Si lbcru, 14; I ; i.u 1, 1.1 r. . i.u i. ....... i 11 ' ,i , 1 117 in'llHMini.ll, I., I.J ...KIM.', w. ......... 3 llio ,.(-,,, e put across two. .,.,,. .M,,r. Two-bus. hits! Initti SMi.l AriitHprigiT both sill-J - - Jiimleifoli, Snlberls, Wilson, Slev I ('it 1111 i rmr liv l imt linsiuiiiin J"1"'1. Hmu' on balls Off Sel s tHitli ii.Ui.in. ,1 u Htntion anil ,,,,rt"- :l; off l""'-l'l';'". 2- 'Slr,r den,, .11,1 ., ' . I flee I1IIMWIIM.11. Jones. Sacrifice , a T"'" fly -Miller. Htolcn ba.es- Seymour j (urth.T r;c..ritiK until th rourlli, ! 2. lilt by bull - Armsplger. l inplre: 11 Sidi'iii attain deiii. d tin. home ; - Huynen. Time of i:::me-1 ; 4 5. 1 ' HiiittuT was safe 011 Stevens' i r. Junes saerlflc -d him to sec-j Noli' uf Hie 4.it mi j 1 -"'I 1m stored when Miller i St. Helens should have rightfully "M a hIiikU Into right which , 1 ti. winner of the game. The; w! Iniu lln. c-rt'i-k and wait t-ulled ' umpliluit was di'cl.l.'.lly off color ami """''' 1 ,,u ..1 i,.t.ui tu.. riuiH Mnori) was ' fifth a walk, a stolen Imso'safo at liocoml by a quarter of a union's .loiilil,. added iinother blorl:, uml If the portly umpire. Mr. 10 "ili iu's rullertluiK ini.li In u it... 1. .. ..... 1. ...I 1, .Let. H.n Irou'i'.e to ! "M 4 '0 2 In favor of Salem. In j turn mound and see the pb.y It would ""mil ht. Helens chalked up have been called safe. This decision . iune:mtl, ,.,.., Arliimirlifni. ...1...... ,t .. u.,.r.. Wil wnlll.l Sill!- , 1 . 'n'1' 1 unit..-., un v. " "'I'D first when (Mil full,., I 1,. ., : .... .. , i.,..ui,i..,,i 11, ,v thai hit furnish ! ""i"- "ml took third on Perry's ' n,u umpire u revolving chair so his iTiHro, scoring on Dnnalilson's long j 200 pnunds of fifth can more easily! ! ri'Dler. lu 11 WIlBfk with Ve IIKea.,,... II .. : , .. ...... fl,l fi ,ii,i . . Hie MUiciii tans in" .1 HKl'il but wtis forced at third i .1,,, s, Helens tilav-i UUIIIT I ch,,!,.,, s , . . ri( 1, ' - :.i s tlin liiin.l oiumi. 11117 i. ii.....h" -u... e,-or,i, a,,,, score.l ',,,..... -ful,,,, ,o slop Wl.sonV,,,,;,,,, v. hut, wiison later ,, , ..... cni.un In ei-eillled- Jo.,t, ,.,, , with wa of tho fluke variety. 1 n "'""'I to Stive "K""y li' " 1,1,0 CrWk "m' U" " "" elgliili m .1 .. ! ''' ",uUl ''" wu" l" Wlutl lliiilditiK rermits .i unteil $25 A im propriated for Fourth of July iV.V. ' Vi . ,"T,t.i a -r?s .a r. KlfeetlvD tomorrow, me name of siuiion on the S. I'. & S. 11. 11. now known as Houlton will be changed to St. Helens. Tho above is a picture of this station, nlso of an ordinary size box car. The population of St. Helens is now almost 2,000. With a steady growth in the city, there are some who think the present struc ture will nut bo adequato to care for the heavy traffic in and out of the city. A TOTAL WRECK 'ive Lost mid Ten .Missing Vetl Valued ut $l,(t(Mt,(MK. decisions were bad, to say I'liillp, Mrs. H. K. l.ullaro, Mrs. Julia ltmibcn Sten played their usual STEAMER BEAR Thompson. "eu"y Kuu'e una won everyining uiey The following members wero In at-1 wero In. Reuben Sten aud Miss Mil tendance; Meadames I.. I., linker, ! d red Allen nlso won their mixed dou Irene M. Hay, Kl'flu C. Urown, Marga-; bios matched from Mrs. Ella Ralph ret Southaid, F.llzahclli Islilster, Ivu ! and J. h. Dreed in straight sets. Mar- D01I1I Charlotti) Allen, Ollvo Sten, ley Turner won from C. V. Ralph, a The steamer Hear of the San Fran Llllla' Crouue, Minnie Doleshal, Ida brother of Mrs. Constance Meyer, in cisco & rortland Steamship Company, Shliiit Hiinnali Clu.se, May R. Moor-iliio most exciting niatcli of tho day, iwhich left from Portland Tuesday at lie.ul Similiter. j 1110 piay running xnree uunu sets. 1 v- .u. mi., u neuvy cargo una luu The pluyers ull report 11 lino lime passengers ana a crew or 82 men, and royul entertainment by the ludies' struck on Sugur Loaf rock off Cape of the Vernon club, who served a Mendocina, Cal., Wednesday night 1 chicken dinner and a luncheon In , about 10 o'clock, and lute reports OLD tlio lionin rubl.e:'. ... . ....... Tho White Sox win ntivu u ." of , , , :.:r : a.,w .... "''ii.uml ,,. , n.ett. river. In tlin nieatilime, we M cffnrt to tl tl, score. Arm- n'' " unit umv 1 ... 1 1 a... ' ".iiinriru Willi IM1U . .. i.t. f:,t , .. next r'.umluy'H Ki'. rl;M"m, linnl.,., ' ,.'. I U..K llruilfonl UMK.'egallon. Hullagh rlng Army ahead of hlm " ' llwn "lH "WnV """''nn,, Mruck out, l-etersuili'"" ' w,n """""' '1 11 liuiiv fly I,, i. 1 I in,,.'! But tllscourilgnd. WO re- infill u i-iiiiu tint 1 mi.' 1 " """ ' "taUIng from tho port Hide, i member when tlio New York flints HIlS swlnirs. .....1 ll.eiwero liwuy down about the "(10 Wuh r...... 1 . .. . .. ...i .I... ivini and iniirii', i niMi uu-ji i.u " . Hi. HeleitN won some flfleon straight guinea. . 1 . . .. - ... .1... ........i... II nvi.ri.ees we Wn 1. A. H. I'O. A. K.I I.OOIIIIIB ui m """ Ml,, ','.lf..'. ft 0 1 0 0 ,,i they are now III snconil place In j tho Nctlnoiil League's percentago col umn. Cheer up. K i'i. fwre. , t"m, o ; ' ' " '""PlKnr, cf" " l "... . '."'Iitwu. , Norton .... .. Toui, '.'""Hintv. o.. '""' if .... ""if. c hi. ff rbB. it":" Total, . All. II. I'O. A. K. .50100 .4 0 2 3 1 .2 1 10 0 1 .41140 .401 10 . 4 2 7 1 0 . 3 1 0 0 .1 .3 0 2 0 0 .3 0 0 4 0 .110 0 0 .33 0 24 10 5 em All. II. I'O. A. K. .51 1 20 .21200 .3 2 0 0 0 . 4 0 2 2 1 .4 2 10 2 0 .31502 .4 0 0 0 1 .31111 ..41060 ..32 9 27 12 5 Intt'i-CIIV U'tiKiif SlNilliiK W. Woodburu J Huluiii , lliudfords 1 Heavers ' Kirk Patricks " Bt. Helens J Monluvllltt Woodland I.. 3 4 4 5 n 7 7 !l l'ct. .727 .1130 .030 .6K3 .4 55 .3(14 .3(14 .250 FIRM CHANGES HANDS Tho well known firm of the Muckle the evening. They also wish to thnnlt stnte she is a total loss. The sea was Hardware Co. has changed owner ship, and will succeeded by V. E. Stevens and H. K. Cornlhwnlte of I'urtland. Stock taking will com mence next Monday. Mr. Cornlhwaltu has disposed of A hard warn stock In rortland and it will re.iulro this week to finish the Inventory, when tho work of Invoic ing the t,tock at this pluco will com mence. Mr. Stevens Is well known In this city and Is an active young business man aud will make good. His part ner Is an experienced hardware man and bus exercised good Judgment by investing In St. Helens. Wo wish thn new firm unlimited success.' Council met Monday evening with all members present. Councilman White asked further time to report on gutter near Cen tral store. Councilman Allen reported on the mutter ot oiling certain streets. The mayor stated that he had interviewed the county court on tho matter and proposed that the city pay its pro portion of expense. Suggested that the mayor ascertain how soon the court will do so. Councilman Muckle reported on sewerage from Aiken septic tank. Recorder orderpd to notify health officer to examine and report on the same. Committee on moving picture houses reported that the lirinn place Is as safe as any. Mashal reported on crosswalk near Congregational church and suggested that a couple of loads of rock bo used with the lumber. Mayor suggested that a flag pole be placed on tho City Hall. A. T. Kiblan asked permission to erect a garage on vacant lot, which was granted. Application of J. H. Wellington to erect chicken house on lot 22, block 19, was granted. 1'ei.itlon for oiling atreet read and ordered placed on file. An agent ot A. G. Long Co., in reference to purchase of tiro hose, presented claims which were laid over. Ordinance regulating picture shows read third time and passed. Ordinance apportioning and assess ing tlio cost of sewer improvement in Sewer District No. 1, Sec. "B," read third tiiiKs and passed. In the matter ot the connection of tho toilet of J. II. Collins, a motion was made and carried that J. II. Col lius be given notice to connect with sewer within ten days, and unless connection be made, a warrant will bo Issued for his arrest. Councilman Ballagh was instruct ed to look after the fire hose mat ter under discussion. A. T. I3arnett, as a committee, asked the council for a donation for tho Fourth to July celebration. Oi motion the sum of $25 was appor tioned. Councilman White reported that there was about 400 feet of good hose and that tho city needed GOO or 800 feet more, and repairs to carts. Also suggested that hydrants bo made to conform to the size of the hose. Referred to committee on fire and water. EAGLE WILL SCREAM st Kuntlny'H Itiwiills At Montavir.a Montavllla 5, Kirk- ""ATs'itlmn-Salem 0. St. Hol.mK 16 At Woodland -Heavers ID. W" "l,Atr,'wo..dburn - Woodburu 10. HrndfordM 2. Mr. Mctsker for the use of his auto smooth but there was a heavy log In assisting in tho transportation. ( ("apt. L. M. Nopander of the Ill-fated The St. Helens Tennis Club is vessel, ordered all bouts launched in helping to Weep St. Helens on tho mi endeavor to save all souls, but at map as they have only lost one match this writing it is known that at least with outside teams and is said to ' five persons perished and ten ure outrank any club lu tho stuto outside missing. . of Irvingtou und Multnomah clubs, The magnificent steamer Is a total where the stato championships tire less. The battleship Oregon was in hold. ' the vicinity and aided In the rescue Come out on the 25th and boost I of the unfortunates, as did other ves for your home teams. Mrs. Meyer, ! sols summoned by the Rear's wire besides being the sensation In the j less calls for help. -Multnomah ladles championships this : The Bear was a sister ship of the your, won the diving champlonshp of Beaver and was a vessel of 4503 gross tho United States at the Pnnnmu ex- tonnage. Sho had a double bottom position at San Francisco last year. and water tight bulkheads, and was Sho will play with her sister, Mrs. considered unslnkable, but it is pre- Urady, who is almost ns famous as Humed the sharp rocks tore large a diver and cwlmmer. No admission ' holes In tho vessel. She was built Is charged and It will bo worth while ut Newport News in 1910, und since to see all of these people play. i that time has been on the Portland- . 1 San B'rancisco-Snn Pedro run. She HOME AGAIN Wtts val"od at close to $1,000,000. 1 ' Whore the Bear was wrecked has Fred Morgus and Cecil Ross, who 1)Pen tll0 Bcene of n wrecks. and 1 br . ..Inform and i.eated to Its, have been attending tho University of ls Ullowll ng tle ..Graveyara.. of the ,peakors planum aiti 1r,.ved homo Friday night. ..,,,, n, . ,.i.ieltv T ils I.UlllllUg is ""I""; - , aiiuuiii u. mo nu- ,1 rnl.venl.-nc3 as It. sometimes Fred Is taking u course In commerce mim)us rock8 mld roof8 which extend " ., n Lou end while tho build- while Cecil is fitting himself for a out illto th Tl 1 ord accominodutions doctor by taking tho pre-n,ed.Cj ..... ... i.,.,t nrotoct tlio course. Both of mose young men; Mrs. J. S. Ilrown and daughters ""' '. 1 .,....,. v other at- expect to return when tho full sea-1 left Thursday to visit home friends una (O.s mui v;.,i.i" . ... .... .... ... .., . WILL OPEN BIDS Tlio fair board will open bids next Miu.d.iv for tho erection of an audi torium on the fair grounds ns per notice published elsewhero. The pro- . .... 11.11..., w 1)0 4UX1.U. wuu Helens to Celebrate the Fourth of July. While it is not definitely decided who will have charge of the program, it is an assured fact that St. Helens will celebrate the Glorious Fourth. An executive committee has been chosen and it is now working out the details as to program, entertainment, etc. A canvass was made among the different business men and a substan tial sum subscribed which assures a good program with attractive prizes. It is understood water sports, base ball, tennis and a competitive shoot by tho gun club will be among the main attractions, with many races, and laud sports thrown In for good measure. It is also possible that both the third and fourth will be cele brated. In the next issue of the Mist a complete program will be given, but in the mennttme hold yourself in readiness to be in St. Helens for the celebration will bo well worth the while. tract inn Hmt '""'V 1,0 "" lmuJ' 1I011 of the university opens. in Minnesota. Prof. L. L. Baker and family left Thursday morning for the summer vacation. Mrs. Baker and children will stop In Portland and will also visit Tillamook and other coast re sorts. The professor will go to Eu gene, whero he will attend the sum mer course of tho state university.