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THE HELEN LuME XXXIX ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920. NO. 28 4 ST MIST Lim-d rirttilriC. HHk IUInIiik. I Iistfillif Mllll Ural (iroHiiiK - iiiim'' llv S. (' Morion. i. . three trips L i fan cover r . ... . . SCO COUNTY IS CH IN RESOURCES I luotilli, l "un Mlll.T and Martin uh the prolmb... to Wasco county ;,.ir,. .....i ,!. ...... ..... i . . . " - .-r j niTti 111 lf unvitrii i ii 1 1 1 1 i n in i xiiuimi i' 'i'i. .......... i. i It will " , ." , , "' "w. i in-j i. urniiKlHMi AUTO JOY RIDERS COME TO GRIEF Joy riding with ii "borrowed" auto received Hiiiiicw liat of o Jolt In this locality tlm firm of the week whit tho arrest of a couple of young men, who or e charged with the appropria tion of u rur belonging to Normal. I'rltchard Lionel Miller and Loulit Martin are under arrest charged with tlm larceny Of Mr. I'rUvllUDl'H llllinilllK) hlHl Hun- ilay ii Ik lit . Prllchnrd ami fumlly worn :it tlm theatre when tlm cur was taken. Tlm sheriff found tn cm next morning nlmuiloiiod on tho out skirts of tlm city. Evidence iioliitcd Kiuall portion ol (oro riiuiiiy. , tlmt ev.'ii fr It should bo roinein- MlV jiIh though Wusco roun- wore arraigned be st len 1 In y.n and hound over under 2 f . 0 ouch to appear for . llmlnary ImiirliiK. Hold supplied . Imll seVClUl IKMIOUMI 111. ..in...... ,. ,m " . . !. .... numl I rum i . ,. miles nf U'nmio ' M Joy ruling wit Ii other people's earn lit iiccniiiliiK somewhat oru fad and I lin Hlmrlff Ih to In. commended for Invoking tho strong arm of tint luw In IiIh effort to out a iiilnliiH on the pruclleo. A fi'W convictions will have a sululury effect In thai direction. 1 . ...... I ln.r.i Im vol hcni'lai"'". ; r .",rrlo7.'."u. :.. .... 2.0 .f Urhory within It:, l''1' .. ...... U'.l.,... Cf.lllllV IH 1,1 . . ' r nr..i.i.ti Ivln.! that area K ' ' ' . ' , mil' ruiiKO III f tin' ''at'' ,r,ln of u-bli.KU'ii rnd Malm ;wra. CrMlnally. th t.-rrl- rwo COUPLES ARE MARRIED Im l I !'" ""' UI roiinll"-- formal "' ,r In """ 1,1 '"'""" " ' A it f t-Htri-l ruiiiy Vrum what ' l"'v """' . W .. . t .f I 1.'.. L JIVTHlf'.-cl . O.Mltl.'H. ! Ill' I W r " ... i,.ii..m am.i.u it rulilHT I'H in i i "- k i.ri. ii ni'i nil. ... .....I. Tlm two Iuiko flour lit. Illlll 'vurin main i( tli tirnuiii "" .niurniK mlllK and calttt iK miilltum for tlm nlo-.-t. V caltlH lii.limtry. Illlll ! j.iu.. ....... huii llv.d In Waiuo for tlm piiHt Lrli'f rciilury, tnal inn rmnaiw w m I for poultry an" '" HraHHfM. frulm. horrli'H and p- c'ri.pn 't all klH'l" ''" ralKo.l rjiiarklil rriie county for (uutnnm part In 11 i. nf till II mid YUlli-y. "l tim u the 'U l "",,l proiluitlv i 1 . Iih.LL.Nb IU HAVE , all kind i Itriiin. iii I GOOD BAND it thrtv. I'm iiuu.H.i nit..." ...'i ir anil draw tlm bout vokoIhIiIi-m. trtf inl fruits. V'lnr I'rultK IUIwmI ' i I On 'Saturday afti'moon. Juim IS, ii". Ilm hnnm of tin. lirliln'H tiiolln-r n. Si. lii'l.'iiH, MImh linili Wi'lttln and Mr. lilhiir Whim of Alliuny, v i-rit iinitad itn luiirrlui'i' Tlm ii'ri'iiiony wuh prr iloiiiii'.l liy lti-v, Alhcrt S. Illhiy In ill.. pii-Hi'iiro of iih'IiiIhth of tlm fain ny. MIi-m Vi'IkIi hail n-Kldcil In Si. 'ilili-im for a mumiImt of years, and I ai, niliny frleiidB Ihtm. m Mr. W'hlt.i I la a popular yoiinx man whom hotim , Ih In Alliany, horn Ilm yoiiin; '(ouplo will r.'Hld... ! Mr. HitIm-n Commr and MIhh Tri-da CrotiHi-, hoi h' of SI. Iloli'iin, 'u rn niarrl.'il S.ilurday afttTtioon at ; I In M. K parHoiniKi'. Tlm youii,: couple aro well and laioruhly known In St. Helens, tl: lulile having he.n horn and re.ired I i te. frii nfttlicrti part of tho rounty Ik It lHMinilM reinnnir.Mu ax ihk h , mMirlatil fruit rulnlllic nuirirtn tli niirtht :ilil"i. peucheH, t,ri, prunn nd rherrlf aro urowu Tho people of Si. Helena ui'o li realle very hooii teat there Ih la their nildnt an up-to-dato band. 'I'liere urn fourteen iiieinhern com PiIhIiik I he hand, who under the li lei'ilon of William Uleen, :'.re di'vel opitiK Into a HpleiiiUd iiiiihU'uI orKati Itatlnn. Tlm Krealer numher of thorn are young men, nnd without nn Jth mtrkfi nuiTPiH Twelve toiler IIioiikIH of a tnouetury coimlderiitlon, tnh of Th 1)m1Uh Ih tlin Dufur Or- limy nro praillclnn ulclit aflor nlKlil Lrd trutl eniilnlnliiK 4M)0 iiere af that St. Ilelenrf, llkoottmr live townn. VltrM In unit body. one. of the may linvi. it really ttood band. The ItaupplB orchards In tlm world, name of tliono who will furnish the i-imcliT by train ran Ket ..o ulr.. tntiHlr ror St. lleleim are: oury tincy. Unco rounty for Ilm railroad l.oul Lallare. AI.etiB Welhornf. let follow iiIoiik Ilm bank of the Hodney Welhorne. Wu.l.i Hutlu'rronl, iifflbU mitt Ilm hltthTork bluffs "W n er, ,n-nm tieeier, rraiiK . the ylutfuuM and bill hI.Iob. so lloyt. Uoiiald tiiuResmy. r. ii. niir- 'ol ulltto see Wuseo. w would rison, m. r.. i.anare, rrann nuyi, m ynu to travel t.y nuio. COUNCIL HUES DUMPING GROUND i'ltr llwilth Offl,, Makin lUiM.rl lo Kffm-t Thai Hitu Hum No Moil imi In lleallh Hl.lewi.lk guextioii AkiiIii I niler DIni iihhIoii. At the council montliiK Mondnv til(?ht nil inenibera were present ex cept Coiinciluian I.ii.miee. in tho mailer of reoorts tlm nn.p. shal said the clly park had been put in riuip.i ns per instructions of lust meeting of the council. lir. Uokh iiiad o a verbnl report on l'h i-xainliiallon of the healili dlllons touchltiK the gurhngo site selected by tlm council. A reinon i.lrunco from tiroiic:v owneru roM dents In tlm neltt'ihorhood of tlm silo 1m before the council, nml tho heiilth officer was aHked bv Ilm coun cil tu look over the ground and dhhr Ills ji'rigtnent on the pnh.iblj mi".i ac 't tnlght bo to Ilm lir:i',i ot ad- joliiltir residents, nrovldtd that to anlninl or vegetable mutter was In clwiKj In tile garbage deposit t. )lo advised that nil other garbage sus ceptible lo cremation be 'so treated. Councilman Vheer bad nlso been over the ground nhd his recommen- lutlon was that ithuttment be con- Htructed for Ihe rrnvenlemre of truck drivers lo unload, nnd that Immedi ately below the nhuttmont a corru gated Iron bin or crematory be also constructed and (In, refuse diimpiii! therein bo burned ut Intervals of at least two week or oftener If n ocea na r" Tho mayor and coinrll agreed that the dump would ho maintained In such shape that no offense would be given to nostrils or menace to health, and the deal with rlr Kosnsco for the property was closed up by pass ing the ordinance authorizing the pun-llano of the lot.. In question. The sidewalk question, like old Hanquo's ghost, will cot down. Nei ther will the property owners re pair their sldewallts, and to mnk 'em do It Is a problem bo well knotted Hint tlm council Is Vivlng Rome dif ficulty In unraveling It. Tho coun cil is agreed, lwwevr, thai the da plnrable condition of soni1 of the walks calls for drast'3 actum ani THREE DAYS OF UNCONFINED Commit tv In (Imi-Ke. of the Coming; Celebration Am Working Overtime to Make the Three Jhm itemc.m iMired by Generations Yet tnlHirn. i' Once agalh the Mlgt calls the at tention of the people of Columbia county to the fireworks fact that SI. Helens Is going to celebrate the fourth of July not only tho Kouun. mt the Third and the Fifth of July as well. We are planning to celebrate the days us they were never before cele brated In this city. We have a live wire committee at the head of tlin rdolngs and ttuld committee is rumpl- its hair In deep thought to scheme out a program that will please the most exacting. Sherman Miles la drinking Luxo and Rainier hard and steadily these (Jays in an effort to work up inspira tional Ideas and he .i admirably sue (.ceding. The Mist is not advised whether it is the near-beer that is pioducing the inspiration, or jus plain, hard, bankable sense on the purl of the banker the fact remains that he Ib getting results. Then there Is H. D. Scott, able first lieutenant to Captain Miles. Scott is a near-beer abstainer but lit. smokes lots of cigarettes and eats plenty of ice cream. Whether them, things put the Jazz in him Is an open question, but he is there and over as a Fourth rt July booster. He Is working out a splendid pro gram. And we have a whoop 'er up in George Oore, erstwhile captain In Uncle Sum's .employ, wore is taking a deep interest in the water sporu program and is bending his energies to make this feature a big success. The cuptaln will likely appear be fore the cheering multitude 'us t par ticipant in some of the rowing races. Among those mentioned might be J. 11. Thatcher, treasurer of the com mittee and general all around boost er. Aside from the fact that he is a hard-boiled democrat he Is a good citizen. When lie Isn't trying to (make somebody believe that the dem ocratic administration Is all right, he Is boosting for the Fourth and that and William (lleen. Tlm Ibtlli'M, lln9' Ht s v Tin contit y seat of vVuseo Is The kill ami It Is a b.tsy lime city of ! 7.000 1 ii li ii lit t ii ii I h . Tho str-eln pined nnd HUlistatillal brick i r rrrli. buildings Indicate tho 'noi- II) of the (own. There are sev I Indimlrlits at The llalles; the irllrntil shops costing tS40,0i0 Hiilovinciit to U.o i.ien- t!,n by, McNeil l.lbb" cannery etn v 300 people ilutlnK 'hi' fruU aim krtubls season utul the Wllinolieri:- n I'Viipnrallng plant furnlslieu ein- ynicm to n like number hen I ln The Hulk IukI wvek. the lut- Plunt had working abiMlt 100 pen- . mum I v putilng up Mplniicli, but Hi Irults and berries begin ce lu lu, llio force will have to bo I'l- I had an Interesting talk with K. (. "i'n. the president and maniuter Hi" WiiHio Wnrehouse anil .Mlllln, 'ipmiy relative to ri). ainrill fruil I lierrv lmliiHtrv. Mr McCov c.- "(! In a lew words lust whi't Hi's 'miry had ilium for Tlm Dalles an 1 'iwo county. "A few ye ns iiri,' Kulll. "Ihern wt.re itlu'rivu inallV llsfnr elm r It v ami aiiimiir n ileserv- rlims of eooiiln m niv of w'lOHI lwied to lav iin foi Ilm futnro . iih rather a hard burden en d im-' ; u". lie said, "lo keep these peopl. j 'XK tlirilllifll tin. winter iiir.ntbk nil. I i to the spring when work oneiied UH.! n now Micro Is no ner mslly f.'r nlil. tf,IH 111 except p. mil ciiues. for tin. ciilinerles li..r. t.r. vl.l.. ui.i.iov Ployiiienl for n liiitnber of mn. ""'n tiiui .iii,ir.... ii. i. mull mi an HARVEST QJJEEN WILL STOP HERE The Harvest ljueen will again make regular calls .t SI. Helens ou her I'lirtlatid and Astorln run. The SI Helens Chamber of Coninierc recently took up with the O. W. H. K Ai N. Co. the question of having tho boat stop here, nnd tlm company granted the request. The arrangement Is only a tem porary one, but will become perma lien I If sufficient local patronage I' given' the company. For a number nf years, the Harvest Queen made dally calls here, hut during very recent years, the patronage given her by the people or St. Helens waf very sparing, and she, therefore, was ordered to take St. Helens off h?r schedule. this the council proposes taking It j '""P" "onie. niuicm.r aoesn t nan necessary to gerrefilrs rinir dle corD whiskey, but he'll sell you In the matter or shoot l.ig flre!a ootlle of Luxo ,ind " V crackers within tho citv limits. th"ianr 'usplrution out of it you are marshal was lnstni:-fd H- prohibit welcome lo it. It If such a thing Is pos-iolo nt this! , M,r I'urneU and Ed. Jones are at particular time and son,,,, of ,,0 ho head of the committee in charge v(mr f the contest now being waged to flh'ermiin Miles apm nred I efore thiBl,;c1t ome populur young lady as council In behalf of the Fourth P) Goddess of Liberty. We draw tru. Jnlv committee and asked Hint the!11"6,011 even trying Jo hazard a guess city mcko an r.tuiroprlatlon sufficient on tl10 source of their inspiration, but to purchase lumber rr the construe ! "'"X working up a spirited con Hon of a hydroplano landing. ,he : 'est great interest Is being taken committee to supply tho necessary !,)y t,,e 'rlelld8 o( tlie yng ladies in labor. The request was grunted. I the race. The ordinance authorizing the pur-! A synopsis of the program for the chase of lots for a garbage dump site I iree days s published elsewhere in was read' for tho third time and ' Later ti complete rnd o, uuHtifd flclnl progrum will bo printed for dis- Tlm question of auditing Ihe city's ! tributioii. In the meantlmo tell your books came un for discussion and in neignuor uuu ,uur ne.ci.uuro ub.bu view of the fact that Iwo years lias 'bur that St. Helens Is going to cele- olapsod since the hooks were audited, r Pirate and do the jo right. Join .. i. . i. .... ., ... ....u ,i. ...i ,.,ii.,i,i.. u,.., line procession oi iuku jiuhb win IHU WM.IC.. u.. ... .1 iv ..u.in.i.'.u ...... . , ... . , , j ,, vo h. .mnlfiv.il fur Hint l,..r- Pnl "a8 f UtlCOrked joy "time ull the time. The performance i will begin on the Third, upon which date Mayor Saxon will ditch the key to the city and offer the hospltulity ot St. Helens to Its guests. man It Win orilnred that ( ranilall o -...- ..w.-e, & Hoberts bo emplovod to make tho examination. A building permit wr-s grarteil. a hotel license ordered Issued anil the 'council adjourned. i Tlm Misses Hose nnd I.ovlnln Kib Ian motored to Clalxkanlo laBt Mon day to attend a parly In honor oi .their romdii. Miss Elizabeth McKlt'l 'who Is to be iiiiurled at St. Marys iCuthedral In Portland, Sunday morn Ins. acre can raise n cron or eron i "K'li fruits and veiretuliles as thn Micrles need and ir.it snoil nrlce.' ' Hie produce, ami everybody (l,rt '"i and wants niiinlovmetit n !ur h." ' Proli into alien. ml The Dnlli Hum a History. The fiver there Is n series of whirl pools and rapids. SiibMaiiliiil I'libll. ...iiH'lngx. Tbn Dalles has some fine publlt i buildings. Tlm courthouse coiitplot ,., several years age. ' almost $200,000 and Is one of U' fluent icouilhi.uses In Oregon. The e ly boasts of a modern and i.oa iiiiui .. j 'hall which cost IHO.000, and the ! nml building in which Is the post-office.- cost 100.000. THO hi!. mliool bulldliin speaks well r t ..hool spirit of The Palles people and i would do credit lo a much larger cit tin.il Is The Dalles. The t ani'-gU' Hl..-,.rv laud SI. Helens miuiuu rlihly no (own In Oregon, litis otiel cost bo nt ir,-ou.?,l n",,1 ' of n history-than him The rtnainent to th city. 1 h city , la the early davs. Urn 40'B!fvo puhllo schools and Ilm Uill.s II WHS til.. Irn.ll.,., ...ml for ! u..l.nnU .1111 reCOgtllZCll US IlllUllt, UH I'fKllsteru Oreirnn I'll.....! II una . Iw.ut In OreuOII. t lllfl "OrCL'llll Trnll" ...l...l Tl.ni n'l.n Il illl'S llllH Ill'MllV T.f trill S- nV'TV ""'"K in from the Interior , rt ut lti fucllltleB. " ok l is 1... . . .. . ... i w It N. I ii rni' ii ti. i iij i iuii u una him i:iipi " ,. ,,.. ... '"""Voiitlng from the enst, took Vint service befv ;' ,' ' .'"' I Mllltii-v traM across lo the! l'oitlund furnishes "''",;J ''uiilry nnd Ciillfornlii niul TIm dreat soutnern V II h, .net to Vltlley. In. Iho . f.,., The Dalles to Frlenu. a " -" I The Dalles, slono m irks 0f 41 miles, and "V "'" , ' f tho trull . district. Manager Heliurlch of ti e '"tlmno's (leneral'c.rnnt was tu ?Xy co.npany lold ... tlm Home t. Ihe Dalles and tho building ""-ii was UU...I ... i.... i i ., , - .. ,v inn ii.'u.iimimi mi He oh r,.rt i i i... .i. . I,.,., , I ' ' ""I V.'H IIJ hi..' "I'lrlcill uiw. I...., . ,i. Franuiit ti ""'". i.iiiiij oi in" t- ' furi'llure, urtlcleB nnd flx- TllR . ........ ' .. fall,,, ,,f ,, ' ,'V"B J",,, rro' til. uiii, . omnium, which nt inn u. (l.til.er 111 wren.'" ' J', e ' - d llstrict and MnMS t", of .he Cascade range and there voi.S to col..-. Hi wan n suppij '" ' , iii, i,. two saw .. n... ' ll.'M Ihat' nl'iuHid andaboxXactoiy ft The IMill.'H-, , ..,..,. In one nriicm, i """'..., ,,.! ''iininrii 1...1 .i . i . . i.. i..,.i au iiiiii ijii ii it i Amnrlcu. The great river passes nppie orchards am go on a p.o t ils' wTJ Korgn only lr, foe wld trip with Mr. H-l'' ' w u t Platos Is over 200 fuel deep, tne Mint reuuors inoro aboul ttuau GRAHAM ELECTED SCHOOL DIRECTOR Former School IHroctor Is Again Culled lo Hervi Mm. A. F. (ieorgo KiwFlivteil School Clerk and Year, ly Iteport Is Approved. Tho annual school mooting '""l'l ln the schoid auditorium Monday even ing failed to draw the usual largo crowd which bus attended such meet ings during the last three or four yours. Probably for the first time iit a school meeting In St. Helens, the women outnumbered tho men, thore being 16 women and 11 men present. The clerk's. annual roport ns read was a very comprehensive one, the financial sido covci.uk the roceipu uufl disbursements of the funds that went into me ""w uuiiuing mm im furnishings. The report was passed without any question or comment. When nominations for a director to serve three yours were declared In order by Chairman Melllnger, it was evident that no candidates had been groomed for the position. Two names, iw.w.wer. wi?ra soon presented and nfter a ballot was taken, Clias. Gra in, in was declared elected. Mr. Onf- hum should make a good director, u.. Mnrvuii two terms ?h a director In the Houlton district prior to Its be coming n part of the St. Ileitis district, and later was elected to serv the consolidated district. Mrs F. A. Ciorge wuf re-elected clerk for the third time without op-uOHitlon. I w J. Mi'HltiRPr. the retiring mem I her of the board, did not deslrj re 'eioctlon, stating tlmt ho could not nf- ford lo devote tne umwuw the office. While tho nltendanco was noi large, it can be taken as Indicating that the peoplo of St. Helons nre s lsf od with the way In which the affairs of the school district are be lug administered. ST. HELENS LOSES A RAGGED GAME MIST MISTI.NUH Portland Mrs. W. L. Goln was ln Saturday. Mrs. C. W. Philips was ln Portland Saturday. Mrs. P. W. Harrison was ln Port land Wednesday. ' Hev. H. H. Howe was here Tues- Ulay from Rainier. Mrs. J. E. Ramsey was In Port land a few days this week. Robert Cole went to Portland Tues day on the early morning local. Mrs. Jack Peterson of Seattlo Is visiting Mrs. Isblster this week. Miss Leona Lyons is spending sev eral days in Portland with friends. Drs. Oswald and John. Doming spent Wednesday nrght in Portland. A. F. Baraett went to Portland Tuesday afternoon and returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Blorman went to Portland Wednesday morning on the steamer America. L. R. Ferris and family were here this week visiting Mrs. Ferris' par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Muckle. Judge White, Mrs. White, and Miss Lllllch went to Portlund on the early train Thursday morning to spend tin. day. William Pringle was ofrer from the Nehalem Saturday attending a meet lug ot the democratic central commit tee. Mr. and Mrs. Ku Conyers wert among the number who went to Port- land Wednesday to see the Shrtners' parade. Mr. and Mrs. Curl Christiensen and Mrs. H. D. Scott wei.t to Portland Tuesday and remaineu several davs vluiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. v. Herman ana Mrs. A. M. Lee of Rainier stopped over in St. Helens Tuesday afternoon on their way to Portland. Clayton, Ruth, and Marjorle, children of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mill er are visiting relatives in Astoria having made the trip there alone. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDoneld, Archie McDonald and Mrs. Mar guerite Morgan drove up to Portland Tuesday evening to uee the electrical parade. Mr. and Mrs. White of Qulncy, Illinois, have been visiting T, S. White and family during the week. Mr. White is a brother of our fellow townsman. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin, Miss Dor otha Akin, Hiss Naomi Bunnell, and SCAPPOOS E BANK MAKING PROGRESS Will Have An . I'p-KvDate Banking Home Contract Awarded for New Addition to Old Hank Building to Meet Growing; Needs of Bunk. Work on the addition to the First National Bank ot Scappoose began this week, and when complete Scap poose will have one of the best equip ped and most modern country banks in the state of Oregon. Architect plans are now in the hands of the contractors and material Is on the ground. Ellis F. Lawrence and Wm. G. Holford, prominent Ore gon architects, drew the designs for the remodelling that assure an at tractive and practical interior. Th contracting and labor will all be given to local people. In so far as it is pos sible material and supplies will also be purchased here. The new plans call for a largo and well lighted lobby with three wickets to provide for heavy pay rolls of the district. Next to th wickets or teller windows, is the desk space Iq. officers and the customers' counter. At the south 'end of the building la a spacious directors' office and a smaller private office for consulta tion. At the north end. Is a cus tomers' room for the ute of all who w'sli private quaueri In which to discuss business wit a their friends. All of the services of the bank will be available to those who might wish to use this room. One of the features of the new ar rangement is a rest room for women, which will be suplied with a lounge, desk, chairs, and writing mr.terial. Adjacent to this will be a wash room for women, equipped with modern conveniences. A large modern vault heavily re inforced is being constructed and up-to-date safety deposit boxes are ! to be installed to meet the ever-ln-j creasing demand for such accomod I tlon. A long waiting list for boxes I will be taken care of. A priv.-.te desk 1 is provided for customers wishing ! to check over their papers. In keeping with the times, a spa cious room is assigned for bank K. of C. (Tub Defeats Uwa AnnreK'i tion by Score of 14 to 7 HafCKed Hall I'lnyiiiK a Feature Displayed by Both Teams. The locr.l toam mot their second defoat of tho season when they came out on the eliort end of a 14 to 7 score lit a loosely ph.yod game with the K. of C. club Sunday lust. Sev eral hundred faus wore out to witness the contest and rooted hard for the locals, but without avail. The visitors put. b runs-across tho pan in the first tranio. Tho local boys did not seem to know what to do with tho bnll wlrn they got It, nnd vhe K. ot C's ran tho bases at will. The locals Bcored one ln thb first and this seemed to hearten the.ni, for they steudied and shut the vis itors out. for severul Innings. In the fourth the K. of C. chalked up sev eral runs, two of thorn being a gifi from Umpire LaffoMy who called a foul ball lilt over third base, fair. The ball fell at least five foot in foul ground nnd two- men scored. Cosgrovo who did the twirling for Ihe visitors, was wild anil could not locate the nlate. He hit Boveral men, walked svorul othes nud wild pitches enabled 81. Helens to scoro several times until the score was 7-6. The lnckv seventh was not lucky for St. Helens. Wheeler, who wus siauoneu at second messed up several easy ones and Moon at sort aided ln the mess up and when the inning was over, the K. of C's had several more scores to their credit. Rulie Miixmcyor, Tolleved Splla Brown in the eighth, nnd outside of allowing sovornl hits and runs, did fuirlv well. His wind up. which Is peculiar to Rube and nil his own, was a source of much meiruient to the crowd. St. Helens Iibb somo talent among Us players, and with proper coach ing, will nnvo a lainy goou nan team vsork room. Those in the employ of Master Clarence Akin went to Port- the bank will be supplied with light ihuu neuuesuuy evun.ng 10 see tne mm icunmuuu uj special provision Sbrlners' parade. 1 in the plans so as to make for the James McCumsey of Portland and utmost efficiency and contentment. Miss Bertha McCumsey ot Montana, One of the bank officers says, "None father and sister of John McCumse of our force are working for us in ot the Mist's force, were in St. Helens !the sense of hired help; they all are on a visit tills week. ; working with us in tho sense of joint Mr. Edward Gansert of East St. owners. We aro giving to Scap Louis, and Mrs. Davis of Tacoma are foose and Columbia county an lnstl vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Re.msey tatlon that- will be a credit In every Mr. Gansert is cousin and Mrs. Davis ! way. Our- highest -nbition is . to a sister of Mr. Ramsey. be a constructive force in tho com- The stork continues to look out ; munity, a constant help always ap fcr St. Helens for on, his trip here j pronchable and usablo." Saturday morning, June 19th, he left' It will take at least two months at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Von A. i to finish the work. Every available (.ray a robust 10 pound boy. .means to rush it through will be The Congregational people wlll'iomployed. The remarkable growth) iteo the school auditorium for Sun- ot the bank has made necessary this day school and preaching services extensive change in the present quar whlle their new church building is ters. in the course ot construction. ! . Harry Coleman, superintendent of 'ST. HELENS A motive power for the Milton Creek nrcPDTrn Trwxtw Logging company spent Sunday in St. LH,aiJ.Ki U.U 1 UWW Helens. While here he was in cus-1 Practically all business was bus tcdy of his friend J. . Tnaicher. 'pended in St. Helens Wednesday. Charles Brown, a former deputy j The mills were closed down, the sheriff of this county, is spending a banks did not open, and only a few ' ftw days with his parents at Yankton, ot the stores were endeavoring to -Mr. Brown has been in' Skamokowa, ; do any business. ne court house Washington, for several months. officials wer on duty, but they spent Misses Averie Shackelford and the greater part ot the day In clear Azelia Constantino are at home from ing up work that had accumulated' 'Portland' where the have been at on their desks. William Russell was tending school. Miss Shackelford ' guarding the postoffice. and ready to secured a diploma in Palmer writing i wait on all customers, but tew went and won a gold medal tor general j his way. excellence. ' Private automobiles, automobiles Mr. John L. Storla and Miss Louise for hire, busses, boats, and trains Storla spent Wednesday in Portland, j combined, carried a very large per Miss Edrle LaBare after spending ! land for a day with the Shriners. a tew days at home with her parents, i By 11 o'clock, the streets were returned to Monmouth the first ot the almost deserted, and one experienced week to resume her studies in thu a feeling of real loneliness when Oregon Normal school. j walking about the still town. , The next meeting of the Woman s Mrs. C. C. Cassatt and children are Bueudlus tow duys at Seaside. INSTALLING NEW PICTURE MACHINE Ever alert to the Interest ot his 1 patrons and going upon the theory club will be held June 29, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Allen. ' This be ing the date tor' the annual election of officers, a full attendance is de sired by the president. Three machines carrying the fol-Wh.t thBv arB Bntitleri to th. ht in lowing persons were seen leaving St. ti,e motion nlcture line. Manaeer Helens for Portland Wednesday ev-jRat ia intnittnir . hr.nH n nin. enlng: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Laws, Mrs. !,llrR machlne which will nut bin llt- J W. Day, Miss Nancy Hanks. Misses tle play n0U8e ,n tne ront naka wJth Alice and Anna Quick, Mr. and Mrs. tha begt ln Oregon. With two ma chines he will be in position to give Ills patrons pu-to-the-minute sorvlce. NOTICE J. W. Hunt, L. R. HaUan, Miss Ger- trude Phillips, Edward Veazie, Roy Veuzle, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Veazie, and Miss Opal Smith. The Methodist Ladles Aid Society will hold Its monthly silver tea at the home of Mrs. W. H. Davles, on f Notice Is hereby givon to tho clt Thursday afternoon, July 1st. The lizena of St. Helens that the firing oi assisting hostesses will be Mrs. H. tire-crackers, cannon crackers, tor W. Fogel and Mrs. Roy Stewart. Ipedoes and the explosion of bombs Everybody cordially invited. ! is strictly forbidden on the streets, Mrs. Kate Zenor, of Terra Haute, in the parks, or other public places Ind., was at Goble last week visiting with her Blster-iit-Iawi, Grandma Zenor and niece,. Mrs. S. T. Alexan der. This is the first meeting li. thirty-one yean. Both Mrs. Zenor's visited relatives in Seasido. Mrs. Zenor would like to prolong her visit but was with the excursion special ot T. P. A.'s from Indiana so had to leave early. James L. Wlckersham. at one'tinu. owner of the Clover Hill farm at Deer Island, passed away at his home ln Pottsdam, Pa., May 27, fol lowing an operation in a Pottsdam hospital. Mr.. Wlckersham resided with his family for about two years in this county and had a great num ber ot friends and acquaintances here who remember him ns a man pos The boys have been .doing a lot ot passing many, sterling qualities. The practicing during the week; and no I Mist extends to the family its sin doubt will give a better account of ! cerest sympathy In the great loss themselves the next game. I they have austaluod. within the city limits during the Fourth ot July celebration. M. SAXON, Mayor of St. Helens. Fred Vogler, vice commander of the Portland Yacht club, accompanied by a number of friends, spent sun- day here on his yacht Wisdom. Mr. Vogler says that the club plans u come down for the celebration ot tho Fourth and will bring some speed boats that will show some real speed in the races which -have been ar ranged. He thinks that a great num ber of Portland people will be here for the celebration. . The ladies of the Catholic Altar ' Society met at the home of Mrs. C. Cossman Wednesday afternoon, June 23. The meeting was largely at tended. After the business meeting a dainty luncheon was served by the hostess.