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PAGE TEN . " THE ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. JULY 23. 1920.
i . ;4 .' M 1 5i t1' ; I . ' ' MIST MISTIXGS . Mrs. Elon Felton was a Portland shopper Tuesday. .Mrs. Uolanil Maston rnj daughter I.oulse weut to Portland Tuesday for a short stay. M; Almee Smith of Honolulu was a wiek end visitor at t lie home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. roth well. Dr. 8. B. Hoskln rns In Portland Monday and Tuesday In attendance nt the State Dental association. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jones and family plan to leave Sunjjay for the Nehal em country on their summer vaca ' tion. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross and son John left Wednesday for Southern California. They plan to be absent a month, or possibly longer. Mr. and Mrs. George Chitwood of Verdun, Illinois, are here on a visit Mrs. Chitwood Is a sister of Ed. Jones, manager of Austin's. The steamer Multnomah left out ' Monday evening for San Pedro via San Kranclsco, carrying a number of passengers and 50,01)0 feet of lum ber. Manager East of the Liberty left this morning for Sulem to take in the state meet of the B. P. O. E. and visit liis numerous friends In the cap ital city. A; a meeting of tho Columbia Coun ty Fair Hoard Saturday afternoon J. H. Wllkerson, county school super intendent, was elected secretary treasurer of the board. Mrs. William Ketel, of West St. Helens, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Lowe, went to Shepherd Springs last week and will remain there for some time for the benefit of Mrs. Ketel's health. The steamer Celilo, Captain Tlet; ,fon, left down river Tuesday night hound for San Pedro via Snn Kran cisco. The steamer had a 950,000 feet cargo of lumber and piling und Purser Paddy Creagln hud 42 passen gers In charge. J. S. Sparks who hps resided lu the Scappoose neighborhood for al most a third of a century, was lu St. Helens Monday. He was accom panied by John Wattson, the Scap poose capitalist. T. S. White went down to Qulncy Tuesday morning to attend the fun eral of John Heudrickson, a pioneer of that section who died at his home near Mayger Sunday night. De ceased was 07 years of age and leaves a wife and family. - The S.. P. & S. R. R. Co. have bought several of the Sommarstrom Shipbuilding company s residences and moved them "via flat car" to to Houlton. where they will be used tor resiliences of the socliouuustor and section crew. Lumber has been delivered at the depot in West St. Helens for the new water tank which the S., P. & S. h It. Co will build just south of the railroad bridge which crosses Milton creek. The supply of water will be obtained from the creek. The Woman's club picnic which was to have been held nt Godfrey park last Saturday afternoon, was postponed on account of the rain. It is now planned to have tho picnic at 5:30 o'clock Saturday ovenln. July 24th, and members of the club and their families are expected to be In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller of Port land were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. 1). Laws. The Millers are newly weds and ran down to spend a portion of their honeymoon ut the 4.aws residence feeling sure (hat Inasmuch as Mr. and Mrs. Laws are newly weds, thut they would le safe from churivurios, or Instrusiou of their Portland friends. Jake Hammer of Deer Island, rec ognized us one of the successful po tato growers In the county, tells the Mist that the prospects are good foi an excellent potato crop. If much more raiu comes, the potatoes might suffer from blight, but Mr. Hummer thinks this unlikely. Mr. Hammer was in St. Helens Monday on one of his rugulur shopping trips. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Millne, who were married at Kahuna Washington, a few days ago. Miss Hazel ilrlttuin entertained a number I of friends of the happy couple at her ; residence Tuesday night. 1 he new ' lywedH, In a miscellaneous showei . given them, received many useful presents. Hofore her mariuge, the ! bride was -Miss Gladys Hobhs. Shu lis a daughter of Mr. und Mrs. J. li ! Hobhs and for a number of monlii. was operator in the local telephone of rice. By her courtesy und uccom ! modution, she increased her large uumber of friends and made for tin. phono company more friends of their patrous. The couple have many i frlunds In St. Helens who extend hearty congratulations and best wishes. THE WATER'S FINE ASc.- when you are wearing a bath ing suit from our stock. We have a full line of ladies' bath ing suits in a large assortment of colors and styles. Let us supply your needs in suits, caps and bathing shoes. A good assortment of bathing suits for men and children DRESSES FOR MISSES and CHILDREN We have JiihI the thing you are need ing for the girl In an afternoon dresa or linn for play time, Home few of the styles are glnghum plaid trim med In plain gingham, gingham with while pliie collars and cuffs, first grade giutiaiiiH trimmed with luce, embroidered gingham and middy' suits. Comu In und look thoui over. 1 ST. HELENS 0RECI WBVKiV JfW H- JIM 3 2L 21 SATURDAY, JULY 24TH "Out of iTr7ih.t "JmStboV ytntre tulty as HeTTl FLI Yet tfbriIHflnt lawyer had TS v& ' 'Justjved CbeprifonaJ liEe Vt SJ - c the startling R JH 1 1 Situation cry- V , f f ttfrak 1 1 acted by h:.r P )1Mm II Sir .illcrt Parker's Master Romance of Oanudlan Life "Show me a sign from Heaven give me real proof of your God" had been the challenge of Charley Steele. Then the tailor of Chaudiere, in his simple fanaticism, sought to brand proof upon the young man as he slept with a little cross, heated white-hot. There is a multitude of such unusual dramatic incidents in "The Right of Way.". Snuh Pollard Comedy "ALL IN A DAY" BERT LYTELL, one of the best -known, most admired of all screen actors, shown at his very best in HENRY WALTHALL, noted actor of dra-' matic roles, in one of the most remarkable of all photoplays v THURSDAY, ULY 2 9TH CONSTANCE BINNEY tlio ilebutiuite star of ht-ii and Mage ' IX . "Erstwhile Susan" - Directed by JOHN H. KOIIKKTSON - A story of a Pennsylvania Dutch, settlement of a modern Cin derella, a scullery maid, the unwilling slave of a widower father and his two loutish sons. It tells of powerful contrasts of false love and true love of the unfolding of the bright flower of inno cent girlhood triumphant even in a sombre environment of self ishness, sordidness and Satanic cruelty. ' America's "most representative girl in the happy love story of a household drudge who became the Governor's lady. Derived from Mrs. Fiske's play by Marian de Forest and the original novel, "Barnabetta," by Helen R. Martin. . , ' Two Reel "Sunshine Girls" Cpinedy "JAZZ INSTRUCTORS" Coming Attractions at the LIBERTY July 30-31-ALICE LAKE in "Should a Woman Tell" , Comedy Another of those Bringing Up Father comedies "Jiggs in Society." August. 1st "Long Arm of Manister," featuring HENRY WALTHALL. August 3rd and 4th "When Bearcat Went Dry." S2Z SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 25 AND 26 r twm MAaruu-LAi or hjm omu HEN3Y D. WALTHALL MaioH mt wmnni act kTZ bttwhatMdnuaBliN b thovn tn thit OmV M MpiNN te drrautk kit 'mitt M Mutational turn, thla (raal nfcnt of Hal RUTt peat ataft fhf THI CONFEMIOK." Critic mm OOOMd It ' ,. v TIm Pboto Dtum tUt Rm fc 1 See how an erring young chap in the brilliance of youth, life and love Is falsely accused of a terrible crime; see how circumstantijl evidence fastened the crime on him and led him to his intended doom. See how fate stepped in and rescued him. See thin inspir ing play that thrills as it entertains that makes you laugh, mako you cry, makes you mad, makes you glad See the mighty Henry B. Walthall and picked cast enact one of the tensest screes dramas ever filmed. You'll Hi. Henry H. Walt halt, llrllllnnt War of "Th. lllnli of Nlkl In a piny that crltlc-a ronwdn in ho Walthall' aroutem work. Abu snf, In ruilrt NuuMKNlnn. Thn piny of tho aoiiHon. You'll Hi-n Ihci Kri.Ht KaMifrlnr of tho clan tho lorrlflc torm, W rcHciiB lu tho nick ot tlnm, tho Iovb itml roimuico of two youthful hmrft the flowor of tiro. You'll mxi ti-nhil action, hckih of aiiiMHK f0"''' ; uii(UHllonuhly oiio of thu KroutoHl pliotixl rumuH thu hctchi IiM'""1 IIHHHOtl. I DO YOU REMEMBER J Hnry II. Wiilthull In that wdi l.l'H inlKhtl-il plelur "THS IUHT1I Or ; NATION?" io you recall how ho imuln you wuep? IH you nuiii'llil"' J1 , fttolliiKH when you l.-ft tin- I hoat i? Kmiin auy that wa IiIh Kriwt'l wcr , on the Hcr.i-11, y.t othfrn i.y In 'TIIK CONKKS8ION" ho aurpHHUM hli of that lu -rhn lllrth of a Nation." . IliU nilKlity driiinii and dnelw w yournolf. If you iiiInn tlil Krat piny you uMI luUx our of Um' grt-aH"! pholo una of yrnnt July 'AT .Mult mid J. ff t'oim-dy. ( omiMlyitrt I'dlIih lion "Hlrlt of Old Crow." July Hindi I'olliird Coiur.lv, "SIkmiI on Hllit.' TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JULY 27TH & 28TII fhe Mystery of the Yellow Room" An Kuillo Cliiiiidard Production im or tho inoHl fiiHdniitlng atorloa fiver put upon thn nlncum acroon la I ho MvHlory of thn Yellow Hoom," ii proiliicllon haHcrf ,, tl() 1()Vul ,,y liiHtoii l,iri:ux. Thu irymery In thu Htory of thlK Uealart plcturo takoa plaen almoHt l.efore thn a-yea of tha audience. Tho danKhlor of Prof. H uiiBifraon Rhrlnka for help at mid. niKhl and. whnn the door of hur room l opened he crlmlnul cannot 1u roim, n, t10 muI11,.r of ,llH Mlp((B. Nihln eKHipn cannot ho undoratood. I ho Ij;ihIh Ih Konulnely coiirualiiK. lit ho m,vM of uhcortulnlnit the Iden my or tho criminal, a aecond crime. J. . TZ 'I (ll"':v-d und a murder committed, until f,my Um n(iW,. paper reporter, ut variance will) tho icorlea 0f a fumoUH doloctlve. lirliiKB Hie culprit to Juatlco. Trti-ltl Comply "STRAIGHT and NARROW" e '-':ft?- .t-i '1 u .(4 n-mm I' if; ! I II r V l