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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1919,
J MIST MISTINGS J IA AAA AAAAAAAAi E. A. Hotger was In Portland on Thursday. L. R. Rutherford and W E Lid yard were in Portland Wednesday transacting business matters. Ten day removal sale. See E. A. Rosa1 ad. dvt. F. B. Holbrook of Goble. was in St. Helens Saturday, transacting legal business. Mrs. J. T. Taber motored to Port lend Thursday and called on the wholesalers. V. J. Ztluian of Clatskanle, was a pleasant caller at the Mist office on Tuesday. A. M. Crawford, former attorney general of Oregon, was In St. Hel ens Monday transacting legal busi ness. It you like hot chicken tamales, come to the Central Confectionery. We have them; a fresh supply ever) day. advt. Mrs. H. Graham, who has been a resident of St. Helens tor the past year, has moved to Portland, her former home. Lester Means, representative of Kershal-Wells Hardware company, of Portland, was here Monday call ing on the trade. If you own Liberty Bonds, by al' means keep them, but if you HAVE TO SELL, see S. C. Morton before disposing of them. Frits Anliker, road supervisor la the Goble district, was In St. Helens Monday attending court. Mr. Anli ker has been road supervisor for the past several years and the good roada In the Goble district bear tes timony as to his capabilities as a road builder. The steamers Daisy Matthews ana Hoqtuam are expected to arrive here today and will take full cargoes of lumber for California delivery District Attorney Metsker was a Portland visitor Wednesday. He drove up In his new Hup coupe, which la the first one of Its class to be delivered In Oregon. Miss Madge Allen is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. L. R. Rutherford. Miss Allen has accepted a position in the office of L. R. Rutherford ana will probably remain here for several months. Mrs. C. C. Mover of lakeside, Ore gon, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. M. George, for the pr.st two weeks, has returned to her home. Mrs. Moyer formerly lived In this vicinity and is well known here. The Womans' club met Tuesday In the city library and the following of ficers were elected; president, Mrs. A. S. Hlsey; vice president, Mrs. j Frank George; secretary. Mrs. E. H. Scott; treasurer, Mrs. H. J. South-; ard. A. L. Morris, who was re-appointed fruit inspector is getting busy along the line of his scheduled work. He was here Tuesday on his way to Deer Island and Goble to In spect some orchards and make sug gestions as to their cure. Dr. Thompson, Tuesday, January 21. Orcadia Hotel. Employes of the Willamette Iron & Steel Company have issued a cir cular stating that they will pay $100 reward for the recovery of the body of T. H. Ebener, who was drowned off the Associated Oil Company's docks in the Portland lower harbor, about two weeks cpo. It Is suppos ed that the body is floating along the shores in the river nt some place above St. Helens. John Rudd, slate secretary and George McClure, county secretary 01 the Y. M. C. A. work, were here on Monday planning for the Older Boys Conference which will be held In St. Helens. February 14. 15 and 16, lu the Methodist church. Rev. A. S. Hisey was made reneral chairman. VERDICT OF GUILTY (Continued from pse one) the Jury, but when they got a little rash, he called them to time. The district attorney, also, conducted his case along lines which should give B. R. King, publicity man; C. l tas-;hlin credit. Although opposing coun satt, finance committee; L. H. Ruth-' 8C continually brought in the recall erford will head the committee on proceedings and attempted to make arrangements and C. L. Wheeler wlll'tt part of the record In order to look after the entertainment. It is 'prejudice the Jury, Metsker main expected a number of boys will bejtalned a dignity that a district at present. i torney should have and maintain. A recent Issue of t!i Soldier Boys' The Mist cannot compliment either News Letter, a monthly publication ) Roblson or U'en on their part in which has been publlst-ed for the ! conducting the case. Neither of these benefit of the boys In the service, j men who are practicing law, conduc rontalned a picture of Deputy Uamejted the case aa should a good and Warden Drown ar.d two deor. Ho honorable lawyer. There was too was standing between the deer (notjniur, wtilch savored of the pructlces dears) and the caption under the ptc- of the shyster" lawyer, ture was "Some Oreyon I'M." of j Appeal Will be Made course, referrinc to the deer. j , nfl(r ,l:ivlns rw,0 The orthy t. rand Matron oj, h ..,,, ,.,,, , woul(i ve Oregon. Mrs Mabel Settlemler of: ,,,, defendant until January JOth In Uoodburn. visited Miipah t hnpter. .,,,,, , ,v nni The city committee, through Mr. Rodger makes a statement which dors not touch Mclnnla' statement and furth ermore, Mr. Rodgers said that Mcln nls hud no right to make a state ment for hi union, that he (Mr. Rodgers I was authorised to make statements desired by the union. We believe Rodgers Is a truthful Dili and will substantiate thla ntatenient, for he certainly made It. r n Ion Men In Mint Off Ire The Mint or the editor of the Mist has no fight to make on organised labor. When the editor of the Mist lonk rlurm of the Dlant. there were two men In the mechanical depnrt-' tn en t of the paper, both union men.; In the past three years, there havuj been changes In the mechanical de partment, but every man who lias worked there and the two men who' am now working in that deUttr1 carry union cards and are m of one of America's greatest Lit?1 ganlsntloua the International T ' graphlcil Union. na' TJp The editor of the Mist n,,.,. I his fact for the purpose of .t,0tk" Mr. Mclnnla that the ml, K fair to organized labor, and if t, been an fair toward the Mil, claimed the McCormUk peoBi." ' unfair to organised Ubur hi " not have played the prt ', . crlte, w Mclnnls, recently, M business agent of the um,.. i - 1. u a. I .. 1- a ' iiruit jib w a luri nnriiiu i. . -- an OS. f Ktlduii. has been dinned wanted to take hi m.h. . one, and chose the Mint, iV0" iron mi rmiiuiiBiuio tor III fan power. order of Eastern Star, last Saturday evening A banquet was soned j of wnch KauUmiVn , convicted is auer me regular uu&ii. rB was nu Ished. The members of the order, maximum sentence for (the crime six months In jail and $500 fine. M'INNIS NOT FAIR (Continued from page one) ROY & FREDERICKSEN CASH GROCERS You save money on every purchase when you deal WITH US Will you give us an op portunity to prove this statement? ROY & FREDERICKSEN Phone 42 St. Helens, Oregon Liberty Theatre THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES THANK YOU! Business is good at "The LIBERTY." What's the reason? First because it is the niftiest little in any country; second because It is practically a fire-proof building; third because the very best pictures obtainable can be seen at "The LIBERTY" a good show every night In the week; fourth but not least you will alwr.ys re ceive courteous treatment at "The LIBERTY." We had some crowds last week and next week they will be still larger. LISTEN FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 We will give you eight full reels ' "THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST" AND "THE VALLEY OF LOST HOPE" A charmins story of the days of old. the days of gold, the days of 49 in California, is "THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST." SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 Eight full reels also "ZANGAR" j:JeBter Comedv "RECRUITS" a laugh-a-minute picture. ZANGAR was shown In Seattle for a whole week at prices of 35c and 60c. We show it at 10c and 20c and it la sure worMi see ing at any price. SUNDAY and MONDAY, JAN. 10 and 20 TWO NIGHTS MADAM PETROVA in "THE LIFE MASK" Also a rip-rcr.ring COMEDY. . This is another big 8-reeI show. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21 The 6-reel Drama "SILENT PARTNER" and "Fatty" Arbuckle in "THE COOK" This "FATTY" ARBUCKLE picture Is certainly a. scream WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22 Antonio Moreno and Irene Castle in "THE FIRST LAW" and the third episode of "WOLVES OP KULTUR." THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 PAULINE FREDERICK in "ZAZA This picturizatlon of the famous play and novel affords this beauti ful star many opportunities for effective portrayals ooauu WaUli our Kters for Saturday, January 25 A real treat for you LIBERTY THEATRE ALVA SMITH, Manager are highly pleased with their Worthy j Grand Matron and hope she will make Mlzpah Chapter another visit In the near future. ' Attorney W. H. Coftper and Mr i Gustave Lang, both of Scappoose. t one effort on their part to main-! were pleasant callers at the Mist of- tain those conditions, but are doing 1 flee Saturday. Both complimented ; an that they can In their Ignnrau: the Mist on Its Improvement in news, way to tear down the conditions thai service and the accurate report It ' they enjoy. has given on affairs of the county, j i contrast stands the men that J. W. McDonald returned Satur- l;.0od up for the principal of human 1 day night from Portland where he j r'ghts. are still fighting for that attended the Reconstruction conven-; right and will always have to. tlon as representative of the City of; These men have given their time St. Helens. Mr. McDonald stayed anu money continuously to maintain through the entire session, Thursday.! the conditions that now exist, and, Friday and Saturday and states that; during the period of the war wer. many good ideas were advanced and . willing to do so. and also rnrrv this I acted upon as to the necessary work j other fellow with them, that pollciu jto be performed during the "recon-:(,f our government In carrying ou istruction " time. the war might be brought to the J. F. Dopplmcier returned Satur-, highest point of efficiency, day from a trip through the Neha-; At this time the emergency Is over Hem valley. He says the road Jusi nd the men that were ardent sun- below Birkenfeld Is almost Impasiu : porters of democratic principals do able and in as much as It Is the main , not propose to be offered as a final thoroughfare from Astoria to Port-; sacrifice upon a boss-made altar It, land, the Columbia highway being order that a set of renagades may closed, that it Is Imperative that the I continue to reap harvest from toll county court take Immediate action j when the only part that they played as to repairs and maintenance. The in tho sowing was to throw stones in Mist told Mr. Dopplmaler to corres-jo,,, WBV 0f the toller, pond with Jim Hill at Mist, the road : We are fighting for this right ana supervisor of that district, and un-' principal that was here before we doubtedly Jim would see that the : were ever heard or thought of and road was repaired. . ; wln tlll exist after we are gone. Card of Thanks j " 6 reuay ana wining at uny Mrs. Stella Beam and relative., ,lme ,J discuss this situation win. wish to take this opportunity of ex-any Interested party pressing their deep appreciation fori Yours in sincerity, the kindness and help tendered them j SUM-WRIGHT'S PIRMCITY COM during the Illness and death of their1 MITT EE. beloved husband, brother and son I Rodgers and Smith Adelbert Beam.. ' there anything In this state- ment of the publicity committee IMPORTANT NOTICE which refers to "stewards or shop ine Columbia County Bank wllr, committees or Is there any single on February 1st, 1919, cancel all Liberty Bond applications upon which only the first payment has been made. This ruling applies to applications of all Liberty Bond Is sues. 3t-5-7 Columbia County Bank. article or word which bears out Mc. Innls' statement, or is there anything which wculd or does brand the news article of the Mist as being unfair? The M 1st thinks that Its statement that there were so many "conflict ing stories" Is correct, for the publl- Employes of St Helens Shipbuilding Co Make Statement TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :- Inasmuch as there have been so many reports pro and con re garding conditions existing nt the yard of the St. Helens Shipbuild ing o.. the majority of which reports are originated and circulated by those who do not and have not been employed thero. we the un dersigned employes of said company, believe as a matter ot justice klwnrtnUndd.,o0n.OUrS!lVe8 U' finerttl PUb"C " entltU'"1 10 of rlHn:lnH,f C,h l' U"' re irn'ly wnvlnced that had the question ?n . t,ie.8,r,k'!,n!'w Pnling. been left, as It should have been. to those members of the union who were employes of said company there would have been no strike The strike and "canioufTaged" rnfn B or,iKinateA nd wed by members of the Ical Inlon who are employed at another yard. We and each ot us are further firmly convinced that hnd ih "' "' - " ", in.We U'"1 eftCh ot us tu"licr "tat, thnt InaKuliicli a, we ln ,L PEB CENTVMfflAN." 8'Ban' "AMER"'A KIHST.ANdVoo ( SIGNED) John PhlllD J. W. Akin S Saulser P. A. Dixon Ered Olor C. E. Lake J. A. Uushong B. L. Mcnisli Philip Porter Einar Oier O. W. Gelvin S. M. Garrlott Warwick West Wi C. Jarreti C. 'R. Lake W. C. Teaquo C. A. Uoln H. Loba L. 1. Meyers Stanley Carter Riley Ritchey Peter McGotle C. B. Adams L. L Decker Caly Stanwood John Smedlund Alfred R. George John Arvidson J. H. Cronkite A. W. Binegar Harvey Svendson F. T. Philips J. C. Griffith J. R. McDonald E Taylor Harry 11. Tinker Oscar Salmi J. H. Wheefork A. D. McKee R. O. Rosco Will Karth William I. Palmer Joe Stevens E. A. C ro u Be Guy W. Chapman Frank Sheler Maynard R Thompson I'ulU Advert iHciiu-nt O. Ommudson J. G. Manning J. C. Kelly Con Johnson W. M. Green J. H. Urie T. F. Rtindolph Fred Hlutt Chas A. Greenlund O. E; Tinker J. V. Mason Ellis Brown F. G. Beeler H. C. Urie Frank E. Hayward lcll II. Hayward A. E. Meacham Earl Brown Thomas Ross E. Lambert Geo. W. McKee J. W. Smith Wm. VoKholl , W. E. Young S. C. Niolsen W. E. Brxcon A. W Mason H. W. Mason H. R. Duncan Otto Llndsten R. E. Bohannon H. E. Heller C. E. Long Wm. Jarrett ' Kit C Conyers E. L. Vood Chas. A. Reese Fred Clendenlng C. D. Blrtson Andrew Maler M. K. Espoy B. M. Brooker E. Hammler Arthur Deslmple Edwin M. Enberg Victor Oliver C R. Cooper Ei Bard McCorailrk Shipbuilding J. H. Beaver J. M. Reeves J. I. Nelson C W. Masten H. W. Perkins L. S. Hattan P. T. Ouklcy T. C. Baker John Ommundsou Edwin E. Welch A. W. ArmlHteud W. W. Starr J. T. llarbrln H. I. Lapham John Zlegler R. A. Laws E. M. Pursley George Pursley J. S. Mowery H. E. Cornthwalte Jack Hammond Byron Nordstrom Fred Antone Flhi Small F. J. Ililoy Austin Dingus J O. Hand W. O. Chnmbers B. R. Jones L. E. Davles W. J. Melllnger J. 8chocl Harry Strong A. Stenhoue K. M. Chronic W. C. Cooper L. Hed:itrnm J- P. Clayton J. M. Kelley H. O. Kelley R. C. Shipley Tony Morlln ! T. Cagle Pote J. Anderson D. R. Snead L. D. Gordon E. D. Potter CoinjiHiiy WW I iks mm We Recommend Slff-T7i4-Sut underwear ' Kot Genuine Cnlest Signed Kenosha-KKosed-Krotch Union Suits AUSTIN'S Gem Theatre - FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 BESSIE IIARU1SCALE In , J "All of a Sudden Norma" and a STRAND Comedy. Ephtode 10 of " I K.IIT FOR MII.I.ICMI" - SATURDAY, JAN. 18 ALICE JOYCE In "The Business of Life" and a BIG V Comedy. Hlar'.lng this week "Til K IRON TKKT rlU Antonio Mrueno und Carol llollowny. This Is a 16-eplsode that Is worth while seeing. Mntlner, 2:M m m. SUNDAY, JANUARY 19- "Edith Cavell, the Woman the Germans Shot" and "i:.HY HTRKKT" with II ARI.IK Cll API.IN. Charlies Is W .and he tames !; str.nt." Matlneo, :30 p in. - MONDAY, JANUARY 2p LARA KIMBALL YOtTNO In "SHIRLEY KAYE" A SELECT PICTURE - TUESDAY, JAN. 21 - THE DEMON," with Edith Storey fiml m l .litttr . 1 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22 "Thp HnnH fho WTlA VUvkI1L, WJL80N ftml MAX BENNETT (Vedr j t 1(1 1 H NKM" Mutlneo, 2:30 p. ui. - THURSDAY, JAN. 23 Mr T f r taw A. , "SOCIETY FOR SALE" . ?n,l a MAX BENNETT KevK'one Comedy "THK 1,ATK l,AMKT COMING-'-Mr, and Mrs. Charles Chaplin"-COMlNG I'letiire Hhowmen Imvn n.in.., and Picture, Hhownieii liavc go"0- I tilt, vim I lid. tLiti . .