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ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUST 3. 1917
SPECIAL "The Rose of the Rancho" The KiiiKUitlun dramatic ii-ih1ih'I1oii if Old Mexico u vtorld-f anions jihiy Monday, Aug. 6 at. SI. Helena' IVpiilur Theatre The STRAND II People who discriminate In pic tures attend the Strand Theatre I MIST MISTINGS t&AA&& AA AAA A AM Eugene Miles was u business vis itor in St. Helens Thursday. Mrs. J. J. Lindahl and daughter Esther of Waren visited rrieutls In St. Helens Tuesday. Miss Carey Joseph, of Portland, Is spending a few days with her friend, Mrs. L. U. Ross. Miss Anna Quick ami Miss Eliza beth Philip aro in Portland visiting wth Mrs. A. A. Heist. Mrs. H. 0. Strom and child re turned Monday after a week's -visit i with her sister at Bonita. I J. W. Allen, Mrs. Allen, H. J j Southard and Mrs. Southard motored j to Clatskanio Wednesday. Mrs. May Newton, of Deer Island, : uccompanled by her friend Miss Cook, ' of Portland, were St. Helens visitors Monday. ) i Mrs. James Dart and ('. ('. 'assatt aud family, after spending several I weeks at Seaside, returned to St. Ilel- eus Saturday. ; Judge Thomas McHride of the Ore-: gon supreme court was in St. Helens Saturday shaking bauds with his nu merous friends. Mrs. Ernest Johns, who has been visiting her parents for the pust ten 1 days, will leave for her Wiilbridgej homo tomorrow. ; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hammer, of West St. Helens, are the promt pos-! sesaors ofn eight pound baby girl, i which arrived Tuesday morning. T. J. Flippin, road supervisor lu j Mrs. J. T. Taber is lu Portland, where she will spend ten days at work In a wholesale millinery house so sho will have more experience in the millinery business. W. 11. Diilard left yesterday morn ing for Seaside, where be will spend some time rusticating ou tits ranch, close to Seaside. His family will jon him luteir. the Kr.inler district, was In St. Hel ens Thursday, conferring with the county court. Ho states that good progress is being made on tho Apiary road and tho work contemplated will soon be completed. Tho St. Helens Lumber Company has bought u Jitney, but it is not one of those passenger, joy riding kind. It Is a Hood tractor and is used for hauling lumber on the dock, and the little buggy doesn't waste any time in Jerking the loads around either. Tho steamer CdIIIo arrived in early Thursday morning and is taking on a lumber cargo for delivery at San Pedro. Captain Tietgen stated tbut tho trip up tho const was not a pleas ant one, as heavy seas and a dense fog were encountered. Tho vessel will sail Sunday night. Mrs. I.. G. Uosb tendered Mrs. l.ouis Muhr a miscellaneous shower ut tho Koss residence Wednesday afternoon. A number of St. Helens ladies were present. Mrs. Muhr re ceived muny useful articles for house keeping use. Tho motor vessel City of St. Helens was taken in tow Tuesday afternoon by tho tow boat Hercules and taken to tho Oregon dry dock, where she will have her propellers, shafts and engines installed. While on the dock the vessel will receive another coat of paiut. Tho steamer Idaho arrived In Sun day and loaded 400,00 feet of rail road ties which go to some Central American port. The- Idaho is a new steamer, having been in operation for only several months. A Trip to the Trenches WITHOI T KISK !' VOl'K LI I K $4 : 4 r 'mlT t . . AW. SCENE FROM "THE TANK8 AT THE BATTLE OF THE ANCRE," OF FICIAL GOVERNMENT PICTURES, INC. RELEASED THROUGH PATHE. XothhiK ho tremendous in ttpixtal, no vital in the World' War ha lieen ph-tured uh these HrltlHh War Films. The program also includes the wonderful picture "OUR FIGHTING FORCES" A plea for preparedness. In two parts. These wonderful pictures will be shown at the GEM THEATRE MONDAY, AUGUST 6 Matinee at 2 o'clock; prices 15 and 25c. IMI.VT MISH TIIKSK I'ICTUHKH Evening 25 c Mrs. A. J. Deming is sojourning ft Seaside. Mrs. A. r . Harnett is spending a j few days in Rainier. i Uoud master Abry was a business visitor to Portland Saturday. Miss' Mary WelUol, of Portland has been visiting at the homo of C II. Thompson. i Pouch Ice crenm In both brick an 1 i bulk, r.t Mason's, Saturday and Sun day. Phono 119. Sunday was a beautiful day and many roruanu uutomoiilllsts were visitors in St. Helens. i Miss Alva Needhum, of Olympia. Wash., Is visiting Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. !uy. Miss Needham Is a niece of Mr. Pay. , John Q. Gago and family left In their automobile Saturday for tho Tillamook country, where they will spend ten days with friends und rela tlveu. The steamer Klamuth left out Sat i urday night laden with a million ! feet of railroad ties. Her passenger ; accommodations wero comfortably tilled. The llev. and Mrs. Frank James and sous Charles und Paul, who have been visiting at the homo of C. H Thompson, left Monday for their home in Lebanon. Miss Lucile Slade, formerly chief operator in tho St. Helens Telephone ! office but now employed by the Allen ! & Lewis Co. of Portland, was visit ing friends in St. Helens Sunday. Dr. L. G. Itoss, wife and son and ' Mr. Elis Shaffer and Miss Dora Shut j fer motored up to Multnomah falls ! on tho Columbia Highway lar.t Fri day. They report a very pleasant trip. Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Day and chil dren, and Mrs. I. E. Dodd returned from the Puget Sound country Sun day night. Mr. Day attended tho bar meeting in Seattle and Mrs. Day vis ited friends in Sbelton. They found tho roads very good with tho excep. lion of about 15 miles, where con struction work was in progress, and they made the trip from St. Helens to Olympia in seven hours. The lirst day Joo was In Seattle there were, as he states, 26 automobile accidents, but ho kept out of tho way of all of them und escaped Injury. Receiving .the sad Intelligence that their father had died, Miss I. eon a Perkins, Mrs. II. F. McCormlck and llenj. Perkins left for Drain early Thursday morning. Decoased was 03 I years of age and had lived In Drain I for a number of years. Ho wus well , known throughout southern Oregon. The funeral services will bo held Sat urday. Mrs. Otto Loreston, who has been the guest of Mrs. A. W. Mueller for the past week, left thla morning for her home in Portland. Little Hobby Mueller accompanied her. The Lor eustons are getting along nicely in Aie Hose City. Mr. Lorcnston having i a good position with tho Eupple ship j yard. ! Mrs. Arthur MerstrHiid of Spokane, after a two months visit at the home I of her brother, Jesse Lansing, left ; for her Washington home Tuesday. Mrs. Ilerstrand is enthusiastic as to the climate and scenery in St. Helens ' and this is her second visit to St. I Helens during tho past two years. J. W. Van Natta and family leav? i the last of this week for a motor ; trip to California. They will visit I Mr. Van Natta's parents In Ashland am' camp a few days ut Crater lako on tho way south. Mlsa Inez Wlk ; strom will go with them. The management of the Gem the atre has secured tho wonderful j "Tanks" pictures, which will be ; hhown at their thci.tro Monday, Aug. 0, r.t both mutlueo aud evenig pro grams. The picture shows tho dread ed Tank fighting cars going right over tho (ii-rman trenches, dealing death and destruction to the krlser'u soldiers. It is said that tho pictures wero bought by tho English army ro- lief fund and tho royalty Is being paid them so that more relief work can be accomplished among tho flght : lug forces of Englund. Tho Gem theatre management Is to be con gratulated on securing tbeso cele brated pictures, us there uro only . tbreo sets of reels shown lu the United States and the pictures have I been shown at only three places in ; Oregon. Mrs. Von A. Gray and son and Mrs. Gray's brother, Mr. Muck row j will leave tomorrow morning tor As , torla. Von, Sr., will Join them at j that place und they will go to Sea side, returning Sunday night. It is going to rain either tomor row or Sunduy. The weather man lias not given us this Information, but Jay Iteming and Double K Quick are going on a Ashing trip, and when these two disciples of Isaac Walton start out old Jupe Pluvlus seems to take notice and open the flood gates. Wo hope such will be the caso this time, for the farmers need ruin more than the fishermen need comfort. Dan Swltzer returned to fit. Hel ens Thursday, after aoverul months spent in Kedlands, Cul. Miss Har riet Koss accompanied him on the trip north and Is spending a few days in Portland before coming to St. Hel ens for a vhlt and to take her father, Dr. Edwin Koss, back to California. MIST MISTINGS FROM WEST ST. HELENS Miss Emma Plummer, of Portland, Is visiting her friend Mrs. A. Van Dolah. Mrs. P. Hansen left Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. L. It. Combs, at Goblu. Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. llarnea spent a couple of days ut Goble, visiting friends and picking blackberries. Miss Juunlta Moffett, who Is in Portland, spent Tuesday at home. 11. O. Oliver went to Woodland to visit relatives Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. L. 11. Combs, of Coble, was In lloulton Wednesday. Mrs. II. O. Howard went to llaln ior Tuesday to see her father, Mr. Stamen, who wus badly hurt when a loud of hay tipped over with him. Miss Edna Knighton Is visiting her parents. Mrs. Wllkerson and her grand daughter went to Hulnter Friday. Mrs. Harris and daughter, of Hun ker Hill, wero In town Friday, on their way to Portland. Mrs. Will Miles, of Portland, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. S. S. Way. Mrs. John Roberts spent the week ' end with relatives in Portl-ind. I iilackhcrrylng Is the order of the duy. Sunduy P. Hansen took a truck load of pickers to Hunker Hill. They report tho berries small and scatter ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Merle Wilson spent Sunday wttli relatives in town. Mrs. J. L. Williams und Mrs. Dix on left Monday morning for a few days at Seaside. Guy Crosby went to Portlund Mon day morning. Guy Is only using one crutch now and hopes to bo able to discard that soon. A very enjoyable house dance was given by Mr. und Mrs. Streeter In the llntchelo Heights settlement on Hun ker Hill Saturday night. A number from Yankton attended. John Kerr und fumlly of lllllsboro spent the week end In lloulton. John Smith, of Happy Hollow, spent the week end in Portland. John has been holding squatter's right to a piece of rallrond land on Hunker Hill for years, and is feeling happy over a nora prospect of title. He says the next thing Is a cook. T. 8. White went to Portland last Wednesday. Ed. Saulser returned Wednesday evening from a trip through eastern Oregon. Mr. und Mrs. Troyor and family returned Tuesday from a trip to Cali fornia. Tho Queen Esthor Itobekuh lodge entertained Mrs. W. A. Simpson, supervisor of public speaking of the public schools of Spokane, Wash., Inst night. A number of visitors were also oresent from St Hi.l itiia Turn candidates were Initiated Inln tho H. I gree. Mrs. Simpson gave some veryi entertaining readings. Heir-sbments T were served. Hot Days Demand Cool Shoes White fabric Boots and Pumps are the needful thing. They are both dressy and com fortable and everyone knows that they are cool. We can supply your needs in all kinds of Canvas Shoes and Pumps at the most rea sonable prices. Our line of "KEDS" is complete, in chil dren's, ladies' and men's sizes. We have just received a lot of Children's Canvas Mary Janes. They run in sizes from 6 to lO'J. SPECIAL , Ladies' Mary Jane Kcds, at 98c X HOOVER Enjoins Every One to Economize. LET NOTHING SPOIL VESSELS REQUIRED TO BE LICENSED In conformity with an order of the secretary of the navy, all vessels of three (3 tons burden or over aro required to bo licensed at once by tli 3 commandant of tho 13th Naval Dlr.trlct. Provided, that vessels that an not under crew or In commission (In use) need not be licensed. How ever, all vessels which are usd and operated by their owners, whether dully cr weekly, munt bo licensed. This license In In ndd'.lon to all other licenses heretofore required by masters mid owners of vessels. All applicants aro required to till out, in ink or typewriter, a form which may be secured nt the office of tho licensing officer, Itoom 40 Custom House, Portland, Oregon. Kequests for applications can bo made either in person or by mull. If requests for application is uiude by imtll the party making the re quest should Btiito whether the ap plication Is for a motor or a stoaiu vessel. Upon being licensed, vessels will he assigned an Identification num ber, which number, upon receipt will bn Immediately painted upon the vessel licensed, according to Instruc tions sent out with the license. Any further Information In regard to the licensing of vessels may be obtained at tho ubove named office. 01 III This means During the dry season be very careful as to fires. An ounce of pre vention Is worth soverul pounds of cure right now, so far as fires are concerned. Lime and sulphur spraying solu Hon, 50c a gallon. Water glass figs preservative n 35c, 00c and 1 bottles. Dnmlng'g Drug Store, on the Strand. PENDLETON ROUND-UP l''lfty thousand dollura will be ex pended by Pendleton In putting on tle 1917 Itound-Up, September 20, 21 and 22. which Insures the very lt In contests, horses, steers, p,.r. formers and contests worth seeing Economy and Comfort We have met the issue by arranging for an ade quate supply of Ice, and notwithstanding the in creased cost of production, we are making most reasonable prices and giving prompt delivery. S. R. SONNELAND . PHONE 42 or B114 Livery, Feed and Sale Stable DRAYING AND TRANSFER All Business Promptly Attended To PHONE IS WM. H. DAVIES ST. HELENS, OREGON PROP Special Pullman trntlns have already been engaged r.nd will come from Portland. Spokane und St. Paul. Tho Mtsndance will bo equal to If not Kreuter than 19l6. T)m have grunted tho usual special rnto of one und ono-thlrd fure for the round trip from nil polnt tho northwest. The rallrond officials us ro the munagoment there will he m falling off In attendance nnd the "ly question with them Is whether or not thoy will bo able to furnish tho equipment. CHURCH NOTICES .m.... i-rl,r.rch." AIM1 lilsey, pustor. Sunday school, 10 a. Morning worship. M J"' Kvenlng service, 8 o'clock. Kpworth Loaguo, 7 P- The subject of the morntol will be "The Conflict of IhtJJ 8ubject for evening. "Ib tl,e of Onto?" Tho evening "rv , , hold at the Congregatl"'1' ' Kvoryono Is most co to attond those services. rdlally l"