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ST. HELEN VOLUME XXXIX ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920, MIST . Iff AUDIENCE HEARS ADDRESS JAMES A. ANDRESS CALLED BY DEATH James A. Andres, u wml t, .,,. i kltlxeil of Deer IhIuimI di,., Friday , htsl nt liii home in ),,(,r iHi,1II(l jH! had been In III bralHi for Niniiut (in a I At the limit of IiIh dnulli he was 68 COMM ENDATI ON FOR BALLAGH t. ui tiK Aicrlfulluml Jiiim of hki uim had llvvd Iti ..,!r Thrt On-uon V..I.., u. . t. . . . ill, Ih-llvw TollUiU ' AiMi-.' I'"'1 Cur ll.o uhI n years. For ai 1 ' , f 1 "U" " ( "m- lon.il Amrmlimwi nu,,l,,Br of y,,'4r ""cessfully ,. ! ""'"'"y '" .f llt-pres,!.. ,!,,. M " ...' ducted a ii.nrenntllo l t, .i, .;. i 'V,, " ltall..Kl, it.Mord In ,.. Htat Hi ll Vi"l Uuer Inland mill tlmro are muny r'x-ull I -,Kllliire. i.mf J II Itriimbuugh, ;no of the fUt. ; .. .. ......l..,.ll iifal W.I . nd.lrHHiMl nil appreciative am - Si V '" J "" .kln for IiIh uI.JbcI Some Illun i, Naiuro Has Made." ii,i mull IK iini" i" " "- J,, I or'.I.T. ami probably no o.ie oui- lcu uiiulil Vi it A Mill lU . ... .....I..dl Jkl tlllt llHIIll. IVil III H itH all IntwrHtlnK ,.- mull. ItU I,l Instructive public Rpeuker the Broil" o'l"""'"""- f,i nuln. may have Ltd '' . In o do v. Ill) in Hl l'!"i'R " h. interest o. nudienco from Ilia tint to " w' '" T iipi pve TPAHIPD till ninny ui iH of kindness. Dmuiused wan a (J, A. It. veteran having unlisted lu Company I l&ij III. Infiinlry when only 13 years of ago. Tho funeral win hold nt Deer Isl and Hundiiy, ltv. A. It. Hpearow of Helming and I ho Interment wuh in Hie Dtior IhIiiiiiI cemetery. The large number gallmrcd to puy thi-lr flnnl ri'dplM't UttKHtlMl Hll PHllllMII III wl'ICll di-cniiHi'd Hun hi-ld. HurvlvliiK Mr. AndrnM are two hrothnm, N. A. Andrimi of l)r lal unci, mid I'. It. Andrew of MlnniiHn'a mid ono iiUtor, Mm. Cluirlotto Wor rll who rinld!M In KaiiHim. CITY FATHERS SERVICE HEARING TO BE CONTINUED HOLD mm POLITICAL RALLY lly DailN Hold HHion W lii rcln DIh cuMhiun iuiiI Hnul l)lHMwilloii of ItUHliiitiH IiiUrmiiiKli'd Onlliiwire I'unhiiI and ItillH Allowed. Ill Hp.-uklllK Of iHKiHlutlVe cundl Hiiti-H now lii-fore tie ppoplo for re l-'ctloii, 1B CttltH of )Ur fu,ow towiiMinan. KdlMon I. HalluKh, tlu OrKon Volor puhh.-h judgment on I'lni In a vry communduble way fcdlior Chupman fa a critic wlthoui tni-rcy when In hla JudRincnt the aub JbcI or inai) unilur crltlclam U de Bi-rvInK of It, therefore IiIh favorable fommmit cn the Columbia county aolon'a li-KlHliitlve record will huvi no llltlH wiilKht In Mr. HuIIiikIi'h he I'ulf. Tho Voter has the following t wiy of Mr. llnllHKh'a record while a member if the leKlHlnlure: HalliiKh'a name came firm on ever HouHe roll call, and conaequently In vr.tlnic he did not pohhpbh the advan tUK enjoyed by others of leariiliiK how other members were voting. Is. one who lias not been a legmlutivi member, anawering as many as 8 hundred roll cnlM in a day, can ap predate tho difficulties attendant " . .. ,...ill..,l I "T ll It III., rrl.. ., ..I II I.- . UIIOII UUBWerlllC Ot tin lil.irllinl... lowiinu j i . Mau.Iu r... "in roll rati un.l i n r.I.r.u...n.i .. .. aiiMBkmK a tug soieir iiumi:iiuiiui '"""""i nim:i 1-i.uuiy in ui nrrv cio or- " " iinmu g uu 0JH4AftiUA i ' !.... .1 . ... ...... 1 VtllltllPU f l.lii A i. . linn the speaker ' I". li la; u u-puiy iiiitiii hi i ihckhiiiiil ; " is uuwu me iihi .ii.i immiriiince of education county for three years and now a u. . 1,0 ." 10 observe how a measure .1 dosinot lie exponi'd on the aurfuco of fubllcan candidate for sheriff, and K0'ttK and how certain inemhcrs are rydr Hf' Plnl of i'''" I-man Hodg us of Porth-.nd took , v'7,"'- . ..oiuuiiu, inni mo it in gessloi. allagh s first, he suffered unde, ddltlonal ImndlcaD of lack ii rull at r... .... v . ,m Education stood ror a sort Ot,'"" ". Hir 01 ll. j.i - f;-.. m, nuui wa. ,"',, .j character culu.re a sd- "odglns, a prominent tlnib-r and 1111 ""demanding of measures anc uu...... ... iNkvni mini nf ll,u.l l 1. . I. II I excellent lllil irnianl ..a A !. -i, 1 llSl Was me. ', in u kiuuv Bt."i. iu inirii ii. i..k uu the cudgel I" beha tha itnte eilucatlcm I Institution un 1 wlelilril It ' '""" hH hnurers tliut theo Institutions are ......Mime In i he flTtucini naiance WEDS AT OREGON CITY I'nder an Oregun t'ltv dnte lino nf and that id inunt cutua to them ir re iMav 3 the On gcn Jotimr.l has the re to roiitluae to provide our boys 'following account of the murrlage mil girls will" "1Ht lilK1"" education otoneorm. iieirns' popular teachers in Mini I ihku t i rcryilar Uf' r rem Hie point oi i " " noug us oi rorui'.na took , ,, " ti. if forty ami even fifty year ago P" this evening, the coremcny be-; ( 0"l iht vlue of eduotion wr.t rightly .Init performed by Mvy Ktlpp. just ce'a on.idered inulnly m Indlvloual ben- ijf the peace and friend of the Mends ; f d fill Education stood for a sort of," bride, a daughter of It. J. I 011 ' rlM r.f social pcllsii. inn was me, ". u niuuo - .. - m men t , in success in life might bu' t"c,," n" drill master In the Ht. '""'' that by In voting he acquire ,rhlc"l in two vry radically and 1 "l,,n' r.- schools and will con-;lll reputation of "bell wother." J ia'snt a A man could either l,"u? "" rk until the close of 11,1.' " voting It was safe to follow .h l.ls io snler the city aud business J""1 n. when she will Join hor "uccess in placing his ungulde. cl,(r ...r.;!J V 1" -Ti...: Iliu.band In Oregct I'lty. which is to vole, br.sed cn the merits of measures . 'V .doV. V cno orT.; pr;-fes-!t? their home. She is SLt, or by creating a new vo- Mtovon hlg.i sc a graduate C'ted considerable comment. hool, l'ort- In roud matters he demonstrate leadorship, supporting all the pr.n clpal measures. Including the bone bill, auto tees, gas tax, meaturet recommended by the state hlghwa. ciniulssion, and ropeal of spocifil gravity test. Voted to sustain Koadt und .Highways Committee. On tlu imvuig (iuestlon he voted against tin .. ' ... -i.ii. 1.1... ...u. lauu. (11 OB in riiiuiir.iiiii mvtuw ..nw " to mtt the rupldly tucreas.ng de-. miinds of society, or be could go wet;GAME WARDEN ZSTu HELPS "SAVE" HIM "Many a mnn today In the western . . iiitn Is now prosperous through the n.n fet timt n.im Wnr.Ut, rimu-i. gtlllutlon of this opportunity. Hut ln(j ft warri,nt reposing In his pock-ti radical anti-patent bills but vcted fo loqaj n is ciimigvu. i" probably hud something to do with me more mouerate Hire bill. ht no iuch chance. Land cannot ,(, cnse. Voted asuinst most freak leglsla bshiiflfrrthe mer. taking nud even( A young man out 'nrrn way haoition but votod for the oloo bill, o lord stump land Is worth from ISO uw,n lne h.),, ond renented. He ! which he was a determined suu to 140 ptrscre. and to clear It from i0rtlnnd and lomn dnys ago Just- porter, te.ng ono of the leaders Ii. lion to iau more, ine rrsun is tttriubls. The young man la com pilN tn rn'er Ints the fierce and till organized competition Of the bums world. To do this success fully dmnnds that the youth be tn ntd up to tha sk 11 at pnr with the Nmplnlty of the tools of civilization behalf ot the dairymen who wer uglt.-.ting tho measuro and vot u with them In every step of pnrllamou 're Hnti'n recelred a letter from him wherein he cravod 'he Judge's fnr- .nnMi ttm n-hif hat. Isfmjil smtiA lawless sets In the wr.y of lrjotlng ,Bry proceuure. voted for lncreas game birds out of season. He said ln too burdens on foreign corpora he hr.d been snvetl and wanted fcr- t.oni. glvonesa. Tho Judge answered him Voted for Ml workmen's compen Mini h iL-na nnl In nnalllnn tn ifrnnl I nation legislation advocated bv tin ' iier me crisis appears. njr f()rgvenos unless it be of a per- KV i bsioii. o.eu agninsc me ireui 8oclty has become so highly com-, ,nh nnture. but inasmuch ai he had 'eouro repeahrg the requlremei. pl and dlftersiilated and the nia-1 on,ero(j pt,ft 0f guilty cf shootlnj j tllat aa Injured workman give nolle, ehtnsry of lifo so tmr!crte that more. Mot ln uW couij enter ! of '"Jury to his employer. nun iwitB ma ur.iiuui oi euucuuuu , sjk aga list him. which II i "" uh-hibi ntjuo mver us I iraiscnnicai trail ing .1 now required pill(i n,gllt g0 toward wiping out tho than we. essential only a ecore of,,,,,,,. murKi ttB,,lnst his conscience. Mr So. Hut we cannot stand 1 Tho y0UI,K mun to0k judgo Jlaicn Kill ncr even pnuse. The wheels ofjn, n.g worJ and sont down the 2u induitrlsl life mustie kept moving 1 an(j 0me minor costs. vru peopie nre tnrown into tne vor-i uirt an immedlile disaster. The gist rf the whole matt mil education h ms hecomo aom Mily mure Iniporlatit than that of I owe luxury. I short It h:ii become tll6 VprV tins i:njl mnal h.irutilniiiH ' r:ty of life Itsolf." i m ipenklng of the higher educn- I'lslilnu Hmsun tliirnn uu uooti nun r.i FISHING SEASON OPENS WITH EXTRA GOOD RUN tlonil tax aniciidnintit to the ronstl tutlon to be vond on at the coming prlimrlM, he likened ll unto nn ad jertusmeut for the state. In part Id: and of Huperlor Quality. Kun of NlurKeoiiH larger Tlinn Isual. Commercial fishing started lllir.m. ' , - . - I .iliurarter t.w.k. t I1UUU IIIBl OU Wt vt' .. , '"oney io ue advanced by tnoi rig,prnu'n were Johnny-on-tiie-spoi bill and for b 11 re-organlzing tho f.s und l;.:niu tomiuisa.on. ' Voted for tho antl-lnjunctlon bil mid voted to save It from being ktlle. by refusal to concur ln senate amend ment. Voted for bill prohibiting exclus iroly foreign language publications. Voted for cap. ml punishment. Voted for bill safeguarding dis. trict school funds i.nd for bill ro quiring public advert. sing of schoo. bonds. Voted for higher educational Institutions. M.ssed few roll calls. Not a dodger Mude practically no spoeches bu. oxorted strong Influence. Regarded at as a mun ot cloar convictions bir PPle to mnlntaln these Institutions I wiu, n,elr flBhlng gear nil rendy for nn been wrongly numed. It Is not j n,a opeuing hour. Matlon, but un Investment In adver-j The run since tho opening has )g. And an etflclent advertise-, (.f-en good but it has passed 9t. Hol nt It la. No r.no doubts the mlue nt and the big fishing Is now fur or advertising. It is more than a Uuer up the r.ver. The quality this ewimerclal device. It It a clvlll.lng i season Is said to bo oxtra fine and tho "cumin. II ir lies uliout nn mx. .,n nf sturcni.us nrger inau uiuui ST. HELENS PEOPLE TAKE AIRY FLIGHT th. .5"? ' "new o. oi :."-".;- Sttllir. T,10 day was not exactly I... :u.'l ,a. W0?1' "Ul. un . ' ' flying (rem a standpoint of s tbi" . I " ... .. r ll,onon. " , "ou :.... ..w m Astoria I as the sun was obscured by a Ann "I w "."0VB.r "!' l,,eraM ru:r' nVnnerles and ing vault of rain cloud.. .7.,rw .,ne -11 y oi wy r:..r..:" ;;;e. nBr ., wind, however, and no r"uyin Will llliVrt nn nnnAMlim ID III A rl 1 nrHlfB UlUlllsl HV V W I The Reaboat. Curtiss, landed In the Columbia river opcslto St. Helens Sunday forenoon with Captain Waltei Keus. pilot, Rudolph Croua. mechan- ., 1 - uwm ' - run o I Diui ft ... ... ....... ------ . , . .,.,wrt t ng of va hies, both mental and Mr llallugh reports thnt gin neuor. inm, u u . r. thvi eni .1.. . " "i r.- .r "L. "B.-. ti,i.. rro.ni already atlve of the airplane compa.iy. aLoard. . ., ,w nn ii-iuiiwni nnu Dei-1 nava iiirev iun w i.... - - t. i.. 'rm.nl of everybody. The people1, and up to Wednesday evening a tout jl.oy mane me ir.p iroui . oruu.m ... Ideal for unnhlne frown There was rainfall - - . . . . maae U10 m ,n lne Ulr UUUIIU im .,, tho season were let n follows. Chlnooks welghlns over oig u Pou..u. 12 ceuis; those unaur eigiu to be refusod; steolhonns, v cenis. bluebacki. 9 "nts; llvere des. 3 cents; shad. 1 cent: white sturgeon, 10 cenis, green stureeon, 6 cente Compared with tho figures which urovnlltid lust season the new prices ?re' Kor chlnooks. throe-quarter. !: .teelhends. 1 oent high- ior: bluebah'k. quarter-cent higher; hunriFArf V , r ,""u "neresi ones. , , . , glmj i routs lower. bSS ; ' ve ; "J.' b6 "' lh,u.wnu.", .iurgoon. tnroe-Quarter-cent A. the cKfof. nrumh.u,h.!'"h'' reeu gtitrgeonnochr.nge. ce. Ilinitnn tun. m I n.H..al ir I a UCinii V a--.. ST. HELENS RESIDENT nn tin ii unit v !''," 'urthor continuance and ex- ; , ,n 01 ,lle world'! greatest ad i ii J" niedlum the Institution! ' nijher lesrn ng. Three thousand w and women each year to bu iimulr.ted and enthusod over the wnetm of nn eduction In Oregon. Jt uj cense therefore to talk of this " taxation, hut us an Investment HZ !..r9lir.n m lollr "inch It u. m .... .. ii.. , '"ii inio in s sinie n: .'?" ileslrahlo citizens wilt me briiie'imi nn i..... v.i. Oirrliul i "B naiii.ous flmi i?J at ,,h" '"eetlng give Its un. ta?a d l",nmt of the mill.g othsVn,.1m8nl' 0n t0D of M Bn y I 1 on carrlBl unanlraou! to tu . ,h glven '"dividual support Ot. I la! .OIJl lhttt 0,1 W0U,1 X" O"1'' ylni t0 '"Juco others to vote It. t,l'i f"d. M. Henry Morgue de- itiiiri "enne"lliy afternoon for Mis- pleasant one aftor all for thoso who ess.iyed the dizzy flight. The landing dock was an Impro vised affair and tho seaboat came to grief in landlig ntior its second ri ght by running on to a rock at the fnot of the so-called dock. The dam nge will quickly ropaired nnd the fly ng resumed. When the Chamber of Commerce ll convinced that the ntrnlnne company Intend starting their Portland to Aitorla service am th.it st Helens will be mado a land ing station, iteps will immediately be tr.ken to provide a suitable landing ,'ru.u for air transDortat.ou. Quite a number of St. Helens peo rle took advantage of the oportunity intforded to take a trip ln the air (hip All expressed themselves ub i. Hniiiriited with the novelty of hftinir ft bird, and amply repaid by . fK,. nf tlllH CUV. U1CU , . v. . u - .t. l. Aory. iiiiiiinn.' ...ii ,h ovnnr nnre. iiiobb whu iuu her home in rortland frioa), p", " .; ... H. n, Scott. J. L. Storla 80th. .A and m S4 Purllda PeVin, M.i9 Marion . J WU VM 11 I Rl Ll I U j- rf El.. tM -ty censeu - -,,, iMrtnn. S. I . Mnrton, -u. nuriuiu, Following a brief Illnesi Mrs. H. B brv. formerly of thll city, died at umtll. . - .l.,hln.. leaves a huibBnu ana one "r"7' Mary, beildei a host of friend., to lOiifi '-crnoon ior mib " v-i rAftdmnster or '01 en ,u:;, M !. 1 r'. '"i.n.rV last. The do t... n.li b'l rl.ndi ' COIInl. N. " P,ett"rtnt "4 ;,5mpathy to tho bereft buiband and .... , iSter IB thoir doop sorrow. No "heuted diHcusHions" arose to iiur the seHHlon of the city council ..londay night. 'An ordinance was .lassed ou third reading, the usual jrlnt ot bills were allowed and Home i scuss.ons of the gurbuge dumping iuestlon and other mutters followed. The garbage dumping question .time up on report of Councilman Jixcn that he investigated the offer f Mr. Hosusco to sell Hie city It lotv n tle canyon north of the Italian .niporiing company's store for lluuu, md that in his opinion the city could ot do better or fitid a more suituble location for a gurbuge dump. While u considered the price perhuDs u . tile high, nevertheless under e.v s.iiig clrcuniMtuuces he recommended .nit the purchase be mude. Councilman U'Conner took issue Villi his colleague ou the proposlt.oii ud objected to the purchase, giv.ng s Ins reason that the price asked ...a unreasonable; that the properl .vus practically valueless for any -.nor purpose than a dump.n,, rouud, therefore not In the cIubs oi property suitablo as building sites. i lie mayor was Inclined to take O' onuer's view of the mattur, while ouncllman Lara bee took tne ground .hat the city had been look.ng tor i. .ump.ng site for many month acd n his opinion they could .lu iio heller than to accept the proai s.tiou. Couu oilman Wheeler, during Una discus .ion, was absent but cn; in later. o dof.nite action was tuk.;n t.u the matter and It Is still in uueyanct v.ui tlu understanding tliut furtne. jegotiuions will be entered into w.n, lie owner cf the lots. hike the cut. Wellington's side walk came back again, und a prooo- i lion was of.eied the city of rock lor 11 per yard to fill the sj-callcil lake Thll brought up the discuss on us - v . nether the city or the Improvement ..strict would be l.able ior sucu ex- ,ienso. Attorney Day gave it as h & pinion that Improvements could onl j made ln accordance with whut ae pluns and specifications called or, and after some further discus ou that matter was left at the point vhore it started, with Wellington . 11 In undisputed possess. on of hit. Ui pond. The matter wai brought up of the .umerous piles oi ruxuish- led .u the reside ice streets and alleys hlch should havo boea removed on ieanup day. J. H. Wellington re ported that the cl J nup uiarsaals ..ere unable to gel tne trucks prom sed for the day, honce their inability 0 make the cleauup general. The natter was d'sposed ot by Marshal otter Ling instructed to procure ucks and have the qob completed. .3 marshal expressed the op.nlon at it would be a costly Job to hire jcks but ho will do the best he .. m having the rubbish removed. The telephone company submitted memorandum request for permis .on to reset their telephone poles .ong Columbia street und to pu. . a conduit along the walk from tho Episcopal church to the Columbia uk building. Councilman Dixoi. .jjected to granting any such re nest on the writing submitted. He aid there had been too many "ver ..1" contracts entered Into already nd he wanted something more tan ;.ble than a mere request before lormlsslon be given to tear up the itreets and walks. A motion finally irevailed to grant the request, con 1 tioniil upon the telephone conipau, illng a written guarantee that they vould leave the walks and streets tn s good condition as they nre found Father Clancy asked permission ot he councilmen to build a crypt under !ie floor of the new Catholic church j be erected for the body of the leceused Fred Mnreus. The request vas readily granted . Some disus.-i ou resulted over some j lis presented in connection with v.rk done on the dock where the t. Helens machine works now stands. Some of them were laid over or further Investigation and an et ort will be made to collect from ithers Interested ln the matter. Other matters ot more or less Im iortauce were disposed of, largel 111s being ordered paid, and tin council adjourned. MAN FALLS FROM MOVING TRAIN The hearing ln tho case of the St. Helens Chamber of Coininer'.'o vs. Spokane, Portland & Seattle Ita'lwny! company, scheduled by the Public horvice Commission of Oregon for today, Friday, has been Indefinitely I'olillral Kweilifest HtiiKe.l by (Imm- OCCE l.ei' ol . iiiiiHTi-e Ijtr(ely Attended mi l Muny KpeukerM Made Hliort Talks. Tho political rally (staged by tho Chumbi.. of Commerce for last Fri day night brought, out a fairly gooo. uudii nou a-.d mny of the candidates responded with short talks. President Wheeler of the Chamber of t emmre.-to presided i.nd started the ball rolling with a few remarks in his usuil happy, hvo w.re way. The president Is one of St. Helens (t.-itlnued at the request of ti.a i liaiu ber of commerce. I It was continued in fact by mutual agreement on the part rf hoi h p Ttie to the suit. Owing to the inability o! attorneys for the railwy company I being unable to be picsent on the da"! sot, and the further fact thai dn- S. : '. & 8. officials are in realit favor-. ble to tho chambers request for a! ew depot It wan ar;ed that the inei.-; 'er of hearing te put over to u ;ter date. The railway of flcluls. from ' -aul.l..n. r.ll..n. i . . ... , ., , "' .,r i consistent noosters on every occa- rable to the plan and readily agree s, wheMler ,t be at a p0liticl '.at a new depot at St. Helens fa a meeting or some other kind -.ecesslty The S. P. & S. is only a Sheriff Laliaro was the first vic--?see cf the roud. however, and tlm to fa;e the audienco and he ithority for the new structure must ' promised to make as few mistakes as tne from the Norther-i Pacific. 1 possible and exert hla wholo ability More adequate depot facilities for n the com'uet r.f the office to which h's city have been recommended by l.e aspires to succeed hlmtelf if he lessee, but to duto the Northern the people ln their wisdom deemed iclfic has sido Btepped the propcsi-;it wise to elect him. Ion. Action against this company j I. S. haiimgardner, who seeks the '11 probably ho tckon by '.ho ( ham- tomination for county commissioner r of Commerce for hearing befor.. ; cn. the republican ticket, assured tiie !:e service comm!B8!on. 1 audience that If nominated and I elected it would always be his pur- pose to act cn the square dep.l policy i tor an secrons of the county. A. H. Tarbell FRED G. BUCHEL w.ll, during my tenn of office; Con- nuo to administer the Commission's ffairs on a sound business hauls, and !i r-....HI.I . :a II.. If I am nominated r.nd elected I ! nominat'on for state renresentatlve. sp .ke the need of cr -operation of the various sections! of Columbia ooaniy in the advancement of the .county's interests. Mr. Tarbell prora- ised. If nominated and elected, to bn la representative of tlie county as e i whole and not a factional represent' at:v.-. J. H. Wellington, who yearns to be sheriff of Columbia county and '"nt give a whoop who knows it, s .id he was told by a lady friend to talk two minutes add then &it down. He told tlm audience that If in their rn n cn h? would make a good and efficient officer he had no hesitancy 1 'n f skint them to vote for him; it thoy d un't think so, vote otherwise. . He felt, he said, competent to gtve tha pscpie an Etimia sirat.on based cn ! economical and efficient l'nes. Ths next speaker oa the program was E. I. lialltigh. present reprcsent ' atlve from Cc-'.umbia county in the legislature. Mr. Ballagh is up for tho nomination rnrt election to suc ;eej himself. Ha spoko briefly on j s-.ime of tl,9 acccmplishents of the Chamber cf Commerce and praised 'hr.t organ zatlon fcr the assistance t had been to h m in carrying out nls duties as a leg slator. He skimmed lightly over h s record In the legisla ture and ds lared his willingness to siana or rail by that record. If the .1: publican Candidate for Public Service Commissioner. s economically ai li consistent with people felt that his record Justlfien iia puuno wuiiare; win aggressively i.-iurning mm ai their represent jntlnue my campaign for ample ul- Uive, his time and the experienov nation and equitable diitrlbutlon of j be had gained was at their Bervice. an for Oregon'! Industttes and lum-' Attorney Gore, who h:i no opposi er shippers, nnd strive a! in the past, 'lot from r.ny g-.urcs for the position o protect and advance tho State'! r dtrict attorney, spoke briefly on nterests. Merit and Pfflc'oncy will be a ms he had in view of serving mv onlv cOnnldprnflnn In emnlnv. ":S COrlStltuontS. In hla ennrinet a Ing the Comm'i.bn'i s.ailf, and equity ;ne c'ce it will always be his pur- . 11 nn mv ruitla In tha ort njimnni.i"""1 c.o.iiie law ana orrler elo. f the rates end service of all utilities ment .n(1 at no tln,a would he expect ud railroads. o suoseive the office to his own tn. terestu. Thu9 ended the political speakfest The rudienee was iu a happy frame of m.nd and was not niggardly with cpplause. each candidate roceivlng uue mensuro of hand clapping. Following t h e specking Prof Kriimhniicv). r.f i.A ....... . .. s lectin and .Bm.quet .IrKely .AU college "spoke, of which , ori IV n-iiu.ii nwyti n-.K.-n io urgonizs i-..ueu meaticn 18 made in uuotlier County Chamlier of Commerce colul"- iVILL CREATE COUNTY ! COUNH ORGAMZATION The chamber ot commerce meet-'FLORA T TTMRPP rn is and banquet hold st the St. Hel-'. At ns hotel last Friday night was well EMPLOYEE IS KILLED ttended by representat've business; nen and cit'zer.s of the Miree towns Struck by a heavy jlic' :r chain Ucres "I, St. I'.elens, K.'. nler and Cs.-t.- Puntmala Wis 'ustvii killed latskunie. i at the Flora Lumber company plant The object of the meeting wng tors Mondn to into the proposition cf creating a; Wh!lfl e,;'ged wlth fo k. !0unty chamber of commerce, or at men the cholfer chlln cum rKa Mat a county commercial orpniza- stump and the end of it swung aroSnd ion. hav'ng for iu purpose the ex- wi.h deth rtei IT",. . uivuiiuu wa I ii v n II V 1 o VUUUIJ UJ t lauon oi ine wnoie county oyiPPi.mon , , ,u .1 king in conjunction with the dlf- i IrllTZTXi h i,l07 ""P: rerent local organizatons. ; but voune P.,mm . pm.m.i.1 whooio. h. il"ai.n 8 8"!"8. out young Furamala a II 11 VVIU V a II1Q lUlyUl ( cnamoer. louowing a very iatisrnc-killed on t;ie B ot ..J aouoa.u v. (Clj UDIIL1VUO st prov'ded for the chamber's Deceasec, was 24 years c'd .md re a'ded with his parents at Quincy, wher9 the funeral and buriul sarvices. ! were held on Tuesday. J ll Gllby. H. Adams. Mr. and Mri. E h. VnnOilder. Hnrve Swenjen, O, a Mnee. Frank Johnrn. i. j. np Pi'n, Jr. and 0. C. Walker, ,. ., vtr j H Hill are moving ,,. ui... mu... .,1 city from runianu. mo nm their home In Houlton. Mr. i charge or tne nuio paper ti.A nreeonran and has also over the Oregonlan agency iu 8t. liolein. guests by Mrs. L. J. VanOrshoveni nnd Miss Amy George, acted as toast-; master. Judge Clark spoke In behalf of the: 1 Rainier chamber of commerce and STAR COOKING CLUB expressed hmself as be'ng heartily in ; ot-rrr c. t ti.mirnv iccord with the plan ot maintaining a oiau Vlib LUNCHEON jounty organization. Just what course i these plans should take to put the' Members r.f the Star Cooking club plans tn motion was a matter to be . entertained a few guests in the base threshed out, but the ultimate organ- ' nient of the Meihodist church last ization the judge felt, would redown Friday afternoon with a delicious to the benefit of all the towns in the luncheon, prepared by their owi, county. Idatnty hands. The joung ludi s wer Attorney Gore spoko briefly on the the recipients of niudi ra sj 4or ths advantages such nn organization very excellent spread put befora would be not only to the local cham- their guests. ber of commerces but to the entire The guests were: Dr. and Mrs. L county. Others who spoke favorably 1 G. Rr.sa, Ml', and Mesdames J. W. on the proposition were: Dr. Ross. Allen, S. C. Morten, and Charlej J. L. Storla, T. J. Fllppin, Jr., and Lake, Mrs. Eff.o W.lsou, Urj. Lo.j W. K. Hall, the latter from Clats-1 Barnett, Mrs. Amanda Lake, Mrs kanle. j Luaw, M sses Wr.ud.'. Sain, Kete., The final discuss'on of the subject AAileen Townsend, firy '.uAnseni, resulted In a decision to have com- nd Wasson. nuttees appointed from each local i The niemuers ot the club nre itu rrganization to meet Ht a date yet to 'dents lu the St. Helens suiool and the sheriff's Office here was also busy , D8 aeierminea wun lull powers to ho receivea tnetr ins. ruci.ons uu nd It was loon discovered that the organize and adopt by-laws and cou-jder the direction oi Mrs. Charle man'i home was In Portland. stitutlon for a county chamber of I Lake. -They are making splendia He was taken to Portland Tuesday commerce. progress in tho culinary arts, for morning in an ambulance. A Por Ati meeting of the executive i which much credit is given to Mm lnd paper itaei that it is thoinr1- board ot the St. lerens Chamber ofiLcko. that Sterling nad lumped irom tne l uu.u.Brce mesuay evening ine toi- ine meinoers oi me ciuo are r.s Monday night about 11 o'clock a nun, whose name lat?r was found t. ie G. A. Sterling of Portland, was irought to Dr. Ross' office tn a badly aru'sed condition and torn serin. The man was brought in from a Tarra house on Wolf creek where he iad applied for relief. The fact was later brought out that he had eithei Y.llen or jumped from a train on which he was going to Portland. Sterling was a formor butcher ir Portland and left Astoria Monday .vtth his daughter. When the train rrlved In Portland he was missing nd the daughter immediately noti fied her undo, who ln turn notified e police and sher'ff. Meantlms rain, as he had been despondent over the breaking ot an engagement n marrv an Aatorla girl. low'ng committee was appolntod to follows: Mary Lnpe, Thelma Spech., represent the local chamber ln tho or- Edna Lynch, Kc3i Adams, Hele ganlzation of the county chamber: K.cen. Na irn! Chi. dm, Opal Ward. . - ! Charles L. Wheeler, George A. Gore. Gladys Ai'onson, Jeraldyne Ketoi. The Buck and Perry families were and John L. Strola. The meeting will, Emma Hiutt, Thelma Hlatt an u week-end Visitor, nt Ocean Park, j be held at Rainier In the near future, Bethel Elinonds.