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VOLUME XL. ST. HELENS, OREGON,' FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1921. ) NO. 19 CLEAN UP DAY P ilOGRl MAD E LlllJ'IH .lkeu l .11(1 llllllllH'r or Cii ' Commit in Making 01. llt lriiH Clean. Provisions Marie (or Il.tMlitiK Away IU'fuH. morrow Suturduy, In tho-annual In -I i liiy.und you want your l,llSrH to li clean. If you will put ' uii cms, empty near nuor not ties, Into boxes, biurets or hugs and ih. 'ii r to llio street or roud upm or truck will coiuo mid gut ii. , v S. Harlow Johimoii, who Ih iiiiiin of tlio Cleun-L'p Week com ,,.c, Ii.ih furnished Hid MlHt with r,,l,. in Instructions which liu l-sti-il published : i. good enough IUKO It Upon r.,elf tu hi'h Unit uvory ono In your tut places uii nm oia tins, but- etc . tu Iiiixom barrels anil Iiukh liniiit Hint run bo reached by iiml uIho request thul uh-iu-e ix' K i v i 1 1 tu loading the J onto I tin wugoliH. iii.inln In charge are an fol Morgus block and Unit portion In- hi i unci on the river l et ween i hniise nml the 81. Helens Luiu- iiuiii, i .'.v. Jumeg oionixr; Hunk k nml iiiy hull block, Shennun klili.i; I'lymc uth street to Mwtli- chuirli. II 8. Musou; Nob bill, llui'icrfoid; St. llulona, Cuko (iilii, (.:iH. across fiut burk mlin-k street to Portland roud, Mutuant; Coluniblu purk, nigger k not Hi, K. I. Hullugh; Wlllam- uc.'i tu Hemlock street and Dci-r id runt to 1'uclflc street. Von A. , lnr Island road, E. H Scott; mini Aililltion from W'votli i Ivor Inland roud to railroad, ltuni.nl. North of Wlllumoitu i i Ituiii ci.nl Addition und wi )m 'Spain hill, J. 1). McDonald; Do- ii lull to Free MulhodlHt church, J. I'. luiicy; West St. Il-lmia. hkI.' of truck, A. J. holloy, Win. 'I, St. Helens street to Wlllam trri t, down Wllluuittti street Mkk r rnvk, V. W, llluk.'sley ; ml road I.ou i'uzi'y; ioui'l of .iini'ttc hi rent to ol'rtlund roud ki Winter street to DeKpulu hill; riniip. mo uregon Humane Hticloty. The ,CnM...!!H irlHd ,H",oro Ju,K "" und It took several duys to boor the testimony of I bo thirty or morn wit I10HH..H. It wu hIiowii that llowitt had a number of cult In on tlio Cluls- kUlllH flutM. Ill fu,.t, , UcklOWlodl'ed sending down 326 head. Of ti, number. It wuh shown fall 1 V t IL-l.l tm died and not on account of a luck of feeding, for llowitt produced .vl donce to hIiow tlmt .nffii,.,,. hud boon H!iit down to fnod u lurt?ir Imrd. Monday inornlnir nfi..- n... nvldoncn wan all In, Dlntrlct Attornnv l-ootw told tlio JudKo and Jury that thn atute hud not nrovufi u and NUKKCNlod that the Jury brln In a verdict of not iui.it v. n i,.u .1,.. Itiry Hlinoht one iiiIiiuih in . n.u llowitt wuh rcnroHi'iitcil hv IMUo t,.t of I'orlliiiid and 0Kn K, MolHker of 8t, 1I.iIi.iih. The Htato wna rcirotil d by Dint rid Atorncy Foots und John Collier of I'ortland who nipear ed for thu lluiuune Mocloty. Kong neiore uie chnu w concluded. It wan apuront that a mlHtuke hud been medd in brltiKlnic the cbho into court uh there wot no evlence Introduced which would (end to hIiow that llow itt wuh In any wuy to blame for the Iohh of the twelve cuttle, or that he wuh neRllxpnt In provldlnit mifflcletit feed for them. It wax un 111 advlHed action which niiiHed Mr. llowitt em- liarntKHinent and IiIh frlendH are hap py that he received a full and com plete vindication. LOCAL BALL TEAM DEFEATS RAINIER IX-feul Rainier in Flrnt ume of KeuHon. Hcore ht 1 1 to 0. Next Game at (iatNkniile. J'roHp-ciM (iood for FumI Team. NEWSY NOTES OF NEARBY TOWNS (Additional Note on Page 2) VKItNOMA VKUNONIA, Oreicon, April 20. Report of the John Ilucher Wo men's Itellef CorpH, ..o. 49, of Vef nonla. Ore.: John nticher Women'a llellef Corp No. 49. of Vernonla. held their regular monthly meeting nt the (irangfl hull. Kuturday, April 16. Tlio ini'inliiTH met early and Kirved a dinner In honor of Mra. Cora Mcltrldn. corii pregldent de partment of OreRon. Two member of the poHt, Comrades I. 1. Kpenceg. and William Allen, were also guoata nt dinner. After dinner the corps held thulr btiNlness soKslon. Ono new member was Inltltivd and two new applications for membership were reud. Ton dollura was voted by tho oorps to he paid into the annual church budget of the Evangelical association of Vernonla. Mrs. Kthel Hay, patriotic Instructor, was In structed to prepare the Memorial T)ny program. When all business was fin- HERE APRIL 30 i '"1 Mrs. Mcllrlde, the department president, gave an Instructive talk which was very much appreciated by j nil present. The meeting closed earh ! In order thai the ladles of tho corps could prepare for the program and plo soi la 1 they were giving in the! UNTY TRACK MEET The St. Helens hall toaru accom panied by almost 100 fans Journeyed to Halnler Kunduy afternoon and In the first regular game pluyed by the locals this season, ftuiriler wag de-' hailed hy a acre of 11 to 6. IJrown wuh on the mound for St. Helens. In the first Inning he could not locate the plute and when the batter got hlra in mo nolo, he had to groove the plute, so Halnler pluyera mude five hllB, three singles and two which were good for tv;o bases. An error or ao enabled the Kutnierltes to put over five runs. Though making aev- eral hits In their hulf of the first frame, tho Ht. Helens boys woro not able to put uctokh a run. In the see- on Inning Ilrown struck his regular puce and until the eighth Inning when Hube Muxmeyer relieved him. Kainlur went scoreless. In tho meantime, by consistent Hitting and aided by a few of the bobbles of the Halnler team St.- Helens chalked up 10 scores. In the eighth Inning, Munurur C'onyers sent Hube Muxmeyer, a former star of the Northwestern league, to the mound. Uube struck out ulx men In twor Innings but a buse on bulls and a wild pitch enabled Halnlir to put one across. Hube had a wonderful assortment of curves and fust ones and If he had had an ooiiortunitv to warm up before taking the mound, would have done better. Manager Conyors Is well satisfied with the Initial performance of his team and thinks that with a few days more of practice wnd teum work, he will have a club which will be hard to beat. The lean roes lo Clats- kanlo Sunday and on the following Sunday, Muy 1st, will open the sea son at home with some well known I'ortland team. SCORE HY INNINGS 123466789 II II St. 11. 0 1 3 0 2 0 4 0 1 11 11 4 lt'n'r 600000010 6 78 Struck out by Urown. 6; by Max- meyer, 6; by Evuns, 8; by Spencer, 1. Hits orr lirown, 7 In 7 In.; Max meyur, none. In 2 In. Errors St. H. 4; Rainier, 8. "DINNER TONIGHT ! ' " - Colonel F. 11. Jlolhi-ouk to lie I'rino : clpal Miienker and Talk on Farm Iturcuu Work. Jxicnl Mutters to be Illftcussed. Dinner at Orcadia. LIBERTY BOOKS ANOTHER BIG PLA Hy rrof. (1. .. Snless (very high school In Coluniblu ! ty will participate In tho county Ik in. mi In St. Helens April 3U. Ii.i-r l...u 1...,.,. u...l.l.... ' , nm nuin iihi ii iui .rt,.,, iral weeks und Is out to avenge Tn f "iie-i in uiii:inm in til iiii'iii:ii ved earlier ill tho year. ha four or five men following program was render- nJ- "Cit,. Gi-nn nl.i.l 11..,,... ...... l.v y ...1. l..U.IbI.U .'Willi. I. HMlin I'J ,,, laudlenco; Invocation Hev. Ilarttell; j K regularly, and others will " p ..ia on t.. cinder path next 1 ,,-,",-,,,.,,. " "w,.. r."""" T"" was In St. Helens Tuesday I In t ukanle Ih reuirleil lo he I" ,ni..ui.-ii. .1 i i.i.io-.. Vn.uu..ou Hy way of expressing his apprecia tion of the patronage given the Lib erty when It presented "Passion" this week, Munager East has booked unother big -production which finixh ed a record breaking run a I, the Lib erty theatre In I'ortland a tew days ugo. It Is "Man, iV'omun und Mar riage," and will be shown at the local theatre on Tuesday un Wednesday, April 26th and 2th. The admission price Is 36c for adults and 20o for Tonight at 7:30 o'clock members of the St. Helens Chamber of Com merce, their families and friends will hneet at the Orcadia hotel dining room ai an open meeting. After a good dinner which will only cost 60c per plate, business of the Chamber will be discussed. .ne tirlnclnai speaker Is Colonel E. Ii. Holbrook of the Heaver Homes district who will tell of what tho Farm Bureau is ac complishing for the communities throughout the state. Colonel Hot brook has recently made a tour of the state to ..aid In the establishing of the Farm" Jiureau and he has a worm or informatin at hand which will be interesting. In his notice to members of the chamber. Executive Becrotary Storla said. "Colonel- Hol Vrook is a man who can handle the English language and if he can be prevailed upon to use some or his highly descriptive adjectives, we will not lack for cntertulnment." In addition to the colonel's address several local men will talk on Im portant local questions and a report of what the chamber has recently accomplished will be mude. At the last dinner there wore ninoty per. sons present and since only 100 can be accommodated in the dining room, tickets may be secured from either of the following gentlemen: C. L. Wheeler, 8. M. Miles, L. R. Ruther ford, J. R. Gilby, . Harlow Johnson, C. C. Huynard, T. J. Fllppln, Jr.. or H. U. Scott. f HAMRFR MFFTC AT " I . E- M-Hplon was ,n "-"and Mon- VlittlllDLIV lULLlJ HI vM-wJday ' "' business mission. i 1 1 a .. i 1 .... ... .. I -n'coi'i pwu, iuuui aeiit mr Tlio i oi omnia niver wteveoorln?; company war In Astoria Saturday attending a liieotliig of stevedores. County Agricultural Agent T. J. 1'ilppln went out to the Nelialem Monday morning and visited several localities in the interest of the Farm iiurenn work. He fs expected to re turn this morning. Harry Lyons went to Albany Tues day evening to attend th-j funeral of his uncle, Henry Lyons, who died Monday. Deceased had lived In Or egon for almost half a century and was one of the founders of the town of Lyons, Oregon. He was seventy two years of age and is survived by a widow. Friends In St. Helens have received word that Mr. and Mrs. William Burkhead of Dos l'alos. California, received a visit from the Btork and when he left their residence they found a bouncing taliy girl. The couple formerly lived in St. Helens and have many friends who extend congratulations. The stork presented Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson with a fine non can Saturday morning leaving the young man at the home of Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Lynch where the young mother was on d visit. The news or the arrival was promptly wired to rtarry who is in Alameda, California. Little Sidney Iiobell, three-voar- old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. llobell returned last week from St. Vincents hospital where he lias been for Bix weeks, following a mastoid operation. The little fellow has a sunny happy disposition and has made many friends who are rejoiced to see him once more on the roud to health af ter his long lllnesm.' " A. H. Stevens, whose home Is In Manitoba, Canada and who has been spending the winter with his broth er Edgar Stevens of Scappoose, was In St. Helens Tuesday and Wednes day for the purpose of taking treat ment from Dr. 8. H. Russell. Mr. Stevens wag here several years ago, adn while loyal to Canada, seems lo prefer Oregon weather to that of Canada, especially during the winter months. Archdeacon Chambers of Portland will conduct special services at Christ church Sunday at 5 p. m. There will be baptism of children with spe cial music and sermon. Miss Inez Chambers a graduate of the Chicago College of Music will be present and MUCH GOOD DONE BY T.B. CLINIC LAST MINUTE LOCAL PICK-UPS E. A. Rotger was in Portland Thursday. District Attorney John L. Foote was In Portland Wednesday trans acting legal business. Miss Dorllda DeVin went to Salem Tuesday to attend the marriage of one of her girl friends. John Philip, manager of the Cen tral Real EHtate company was In rorUaml Wednesday on a business mifBion. Rev. S. Darlow Jnhnunn went I play a violin solo accompanied by her Ilainler Wednesday to investigate ,8'8ter. Mls Myla Chambers. All are some cases brought to the attention lnvlte1- and " there re anT who of the Red Cross desire their children to be baptised Mrs. C. R. Wilson and daughters. I Wi..?l'url!ieJ1l?e . . EP'scoual Hol.m o.t M..,... .. i " j . ciiuruu ur not mey are invuea lo vtBsninglon, spent Sunday in t. Hel ens with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Muhr went to Portland Wednesday to have Dr. Bll berbuck render medicul treatment to their little daughter Vema. Father Ilainpson, former pastor of tho Catholic church at St. Helens, hu. now stationed McMinuville. :iK in some events, und no doubt dark Iioihi-s will bo found ig I he entries from Hcuppoos Vernonla. silver cup will t,o awarded to the iltig m Iiool, to no won tlireu for permanent possession. ' p. in. following tho truck K the county oratorical and do natory ci.nt.iHts will be held In high school auditorium. The l'tliii n promises to ho as keen f us mi tho rier.l, und those ut fliiig need have no four of having "ii moment. HELENS HIGH DEFEATS CLATSKANIE hanging their sivin r iinui,, unH laying inoro confidence and team Hie baseball team of St. Helens gave Clatakanle high a severe ""'iig on tin, local enmniln Sat. ".v afternoon. The lorjil hnva pillieil the orrorlii skunle pitchers to every corner ho lot and each una i.r ihn i..m.i It'll the liumo pluto. some of I hem Ftl. Tho Keiii-n u.hu u u n ro..n , . ' "mh in iu v, jiniiu "' a good gamo mid um uli.n.lv "Inx k out fourteen of the Chits h) batters and allowed only three H:h team Hint UK tmeknil lilm nn great mivIm ii ml t 1....1..1 iib I "lilts were convurtod Into putouts 'vor fielding. Tho same teams L,'""T i Clatskanlo tomorrow, finer uerinliiinir at ui.. w... uv. iigiuiia wp1 U niarkiol linn...nn. .. - .i.ii,,iiiiiiii viui gunin iilnvn.i 11,0 .1 . ll.v T1 DO TV llfTIUIO. lr last gm lhoy uaBd thar 'in. aiiim iii,,i i,. . n'iio llttlo heml .mrl. I Ice - " "" OMANS CLUB MEETS TUESDA Thn next regular meeting of the ""Inns Womnns club will be at resl(!l(m ((f MrH CnarlM L '!r."11 Nl) hill at 2:30 o'clock V n ., n 1 no t;nna la- I WUesli,,,, .. . t. !,,, , litlvn 1.; ?(1,:,,",n''', Paper Ih "Lg- , x, ""Hum or Jfimploymont." ...ii rvmver'n n .. n ...tu .,. Uerjulutlons of Ih ," "'"' paper wtti ueal I'liloyinent." OWITT NOT GUILTY, THE JURY SAYS R"re1!l,rVl.U' n wo11 kn"w" k 1 l,,",t' wn" c'Bl of hV- nn.r, " J"ftlly ot n1 cnttls "which krva Ti ,,onr Clatskante, to r mo charco wn brought by Harry Emmons, Henry I'urUor: song John Hatten; ri.llntlon Edgar Eden; song, high scnool students; Talks on Americanization, by J. T. McDonald und J. W. Urown; selec tion, male quartette; address Mrs. Cora Xil'tlde, depnrt'iient president. 1 The niu'ilince then gave ll'.e fiut. fo- Into after which the pies wen sold. Cnke and coffee were sold also, and tlio corps reulled 11 totul of 161.75. Tho members thank nil who so gen erously helped them. HACHEIiOll FLAT HACHELOR FLAT April 20. Mrs. Van Niittu wns vlf.it iliR friends on tho Flat lust week. Miss Marie Paulson of Portland spent tho week end with her friend. Miss Helen Larson. Mrs. William Sodderborg visited friends In Portland Thursday und Friday. Mrs. Holland Miinten was a guest of Mrs. P. C. Jacobsen Sunday. Guv I.llllch is working at Deer Isl and this woek. . Mr. and Mrs. Holing have moved on part of tho I.un tract which thoy have bought. They have two children in school. Mrg. Aura Wijodon has had her slster-ln-ltiw im.l children f Seatllo. as her guests tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ilelvillo of St. Hel ens are sottled on tho Anderson farm lately purchased from Mrs. Woeden. Mr. and Mrs. U. E. LaRure and Mrs. Martin White were cuesta at tho Burkhend home Sunday. The Sunday school attendance Is gradually Increasing. There wore 49 present lust Sundni Miss Union Larson entertained tho Himalaya club with a delightful par ty at hnr fnrtn homo last Saturday evening. The evening was spent In playing games after which a dainty lunch was served. Those present were Miss Madeline Allen, Ethol Hoacock, Marie Paulson, Clara Kotol, Anna Quick, Mrs. Ed. Laws, and Mrg. El mer Blnckbutrn. The Bachelor Pint Imsoball toam has arranged a game with McNulty next Sunday afternoon. We do not know Just whore the game will be played but think It will be on Frank Bordahl'a place. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett motor ert to Portland Tuesday and spent the day. " ' Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Bennett visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollmore entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ryan of St. Helens and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Pope Sunday. and in order to have two shows the sumo night, the first performance will start at 7 o'clock p. m. On May 3rd and 4th, the Liberty will present "Tho Did Swlmmin' Hole," which was dramatized from James Whitcomb Riley's well konwn story. This great screen production is now being shown at the Liberty theatre In Portland and playing to record breaking houses. Mr. Eust wishes to thank his in town and out of town patrons for coming early to see "Passion," for by their bo doing, many were en abled to gee the show whereas if they hud come lute, they would have seen only a portion of It. He hopes the theatre-going public will show the i Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rlakesley and son Hobble, accompanied by Mrs. Eugene Ulakesley, motored to Port land Wednesday and spent the day with friends. We bave several farms for sale in tin famous Warren district slock and tool, all ready to move In. Rea sonable prices Central Real Estate Co , St. Helens. S. C. Knighton has purchased a lot from W. W. Dlakeley and plans to build a comfortable ' bungalow. The lot is near the Froe Methodist parsonage in West Helens. Mrs. Thoa. Isblster entertained a ternoon. umong the visitors being same kindly consideration when he presents "Man, Woman und Marriage." SENIOR CLASS TO PRESENT PLAY The Senior class of St. Helens high will present the play "Pro Tom" to night at the school audtlorium. The plot of tho stJiy hlngei iou:il a certain Mr. Leslie, who Is a rich limn, and wishing to convmco his lady lovt Bessie that ho enn work, taken a position as secretary to Bessie's aunt, Miss Shepherd. Thore are many startl ing situations which, arter due ex planations, are disposed of. The cast Is: Raymond Shepherd, merchant, Tom Hotel; Oscar Walcott, a nephew, Wade Rutherford; Henry Leslie, Pro Tom, Jim Drew; Dr. Adolphus Blank family physician, Alpheus Wellborn; Logan, a servant. Tom Klblan; Mrs. Shepherd. itu mood's wife, Florence Aronson; ites sle Martin, Mrs. Shepherd's nleco, Vivian Linn; Rachel Shepherd, Ray mond'g sister, Dorothy Akin; Lena Bailey, a friend of the famlly Ada Cole. . It Is expected that a crowded house will see "Pro Tom." 41 ' MARKET INSTALLS REFRIGERATOR PLANT E. E. Quick was In McMlnnvllle Tuesday and Wednesday attondlng the annual meeting of the agents of the Oregon Fire Relief assoulutlon. : The People's Market have made al terations In their Btore' building and mado other Improvements. A cold storag plant has been Installed and new fixtures which make the store room much more attractive have been added. A large Ice box Is served by the refrigerating plant and the meats are stored in a sanitary place. John Cotls, the proprietor, states that when he has finished the alterations and additions ho will have a market and store which will compare favor ably with markets In cities larger in aunuion 10 .luck Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Kemp and Mrs. T. Lamsdoin. Columbia Post 42, American Le gion will give another one ot their always successful and enjoyablo dances at tho city hall tomorrow night. Everyone cordially Invited. Mr. and Mrs. Max Grimm have gone to Battle Ground, Washington, to attend the Seventh Day Adventist Home Missionary convention to be held at the Meadow Glade academy, John D. Perry of Portland was in St. Helens Monday, ne has been ap pointed executor of the estate of the late Mra. Ellon art. Mr. Perry has been a subscriber to the Mist for thirty year. Cecil Kavanagh broke in his rtr cently purchased Dort roadster by making the round trip to Seaside Sunday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Kavanagh and his brother, Car roll Kavanagh. We have for sale several modern houses at reduced prices and several small houses at a moderate cost and terms like rent. Also desirable lots in all parts of the city. Come in and soe us for real esta.e.. Central Real Kstr.te Co., St. Helens. Mr. Farmer and pump users: See the demonstration voday and Satur day of the Gladiator pumps In Hew itt building, opposite St. ' Helens ho tel. The most perfect piece of pump ing machinery on the market. Use half the power, Becure maximum vol ume. Under the supervision ot Contrac tor J. H. Cronkite work is progress ing rapidly on the new home which C. W. Blakesley Is having built on Casenau street. The house adjoins the property of v W. Blakesley and C. H. Thompson. The lot wag purchased from W. W. Blakesley. George Adams and Ole Dahlgren loft St. Helens Tuesday for New Orelans where they will help Jack Lafferty make paving blocks. S., P. & S. Agent Gilby wanted to give them as long a ride as possible, so he sent tnera via the s., p. & s. and N. P. to tlmn St. Helens. meats and groceries, he will supply j Chicago and at the Windy City they his customers with oysters, ciams ana win iuKe ine . tiiuiois central lor other shell fish. New Orleans. bring them for baptism. Albert Burchara was In Kelso. Washington, Monday. He states that not one in a hundred believe that Fred Stewart, missing cannier of tne Keiso state banK, committed stu- j cide by jumping into the Columbia river when crossing on the ferry from Goble to Kalama but think he got off the boat unbeknown to the captain and passengers and made a safe getaway. The Kelso paper states that possibly the bnnk will pay seventy cents on the dollar. 0 t- xl CHURCH NOTICES METHODIST iCPISOOPAL "The Friendly Church" The Bible school session begins promptly at 9:45. No book has had 1 so profound an influence upon the life and literatur of the race as the Bible. You are invited to Join us iu the study of this c.eat book. Most parents believe the Bible school is a good place for their children. Why not set the right exuniple? Morning worship at 11 o'clock with special music by the choir and n sermon by the pastor on "My In fluence What Is It Doing?" MISSION CONTINUES The mission at the Catholic church which began last Sunday under th direction of Father P. J. O'Reil'v ot the Society of Jesus will continue until Sunday morning at the 10:;!0 Mass. Father O'Reilly has conduct ed missions for the past fifteen yearn In many parts of the United Stages. His eloquence, heralded in the Mist last week found many local admir ers during the course of the sertnoii.i here. The sermon of tonight and that of Sunday morning are tho two chances remaining to those who de sire to profit by or enjoy the rare combination of sound learning, com mon sense and eloquence. The subject of the sermon Sunday morning Is "What Is the Muss nnd Why Catholics Never Miss It." The subject for tonight (Friday) Is, "The Signs of the Times." P. U. GLEE CLUB COMING MONDAY By Miss Catherine Davis Just five years arco this spring the Pacific University Glee club gave nn entertainment In the city hall here In St. Helens and no doubt some ot you remember the event. On next Sunday evening the same club, al though consisting ot entirely differ ent members will rftve a very at tractive program In the high school building. The club this year has a membership of sixteen men and they have with them - several vocal and Instrumental soloists. The program will be given- under the auspices of the St. Helens high school, the proceeds to be divldeo equally between the Clee club and the high school. - It you are a lover of good muslo come to the school building at 8:15 next Monday evening. Many Come for Free Examination, ffeliool Children Examined and Taught Mattel s Condctive to Good Health. Report to be Made. Of Inestimable value in St Helena and the county was the free tubercu losis clinic conducted here Wednes day aiternoon by Dr. Edward Allen Pierce, of Portland. vjMeh u-ao i lowed hy an evening meeting In the -circuit court rooms. From one o'- - lock Until Six the etlnle was ..H ed with patients of all ages tor ex aminations, but the evening public meeting lacked attendance which the value of tho talks hv Dr. Pie run onf other ot'tside visitors warranted. many came for the examinations. . Dr. Pierce gave everyone personal attention and eighteen were thor- onrlily examined. r if thi n n. v.,. . seven were found to be positive cases of tuberculosis and the clinic proved its. lf worth hundreds of dollars to the community in the discovery of active cases that were a menace, be cause the individuals did not know their actual condition and had not been taking precautions. Seven pa- ueina were pronounced as needing careful observation and care to pre vent tuberculosis from breaking out and four were pronounced-non-tuberculosis, but Dr. Pierce was able In each case to give helpful advice. Throe young ex-service men were given helpful suggestions as to ap plication for compensation and prop er registration. This was the third clinic held in the state and from many view points was the most suc cessful. The chamber of commerce is to be congratulatd for its Initiative. County medical men and the Ore gon Tuberculosis association co-op- : erat"d ably. "Climate Is no longer a factor In the cure of tuberculosis," was a strik ing statement made by Dr. Pierce at me evening meeting. "Better a thousand times to remain In your own environment where you will be contented with friends than to 'chase tho cure In some far-off state. The western Oregon climate with its clean washed-out air. Is far better than- the dust and neat of Arizona. Eviiry piece of literature on the sub ject today will beaT me out. What wo need is more tuberculosis hospit als In Oregon." Dr. Pierce illustrated his talk with lantern slides and explained the na ture of tuberculosis, Its symptoms, treatment and control. Dr. Edwin Ross Introduced the subject in an able manner. Dr. trlck- er spoke for the state board. Miss Elizabeth Hopper Modern Health Crusade director, explained the won derful work being done with Oregon children through th "hoalOi .linMa't of the Crusade, supported entirely oy v nristmas seals. Miss Helen Harlty, state advisory nurse, ex plained the value of a public health nurse to a community. "ColumMa county needs, a public health nurse.' was a forceful state ment by Dr. L. G. Ross, who pointed out several Instances where a nurse would save the county hundreds of ;'oliai in relief work. Mrs. Saidie Orr-Dunbar, executive secretary of the Orogon Tuberculosis as ncl: tion Riimmpi? nn tho viwlr the association in an interesting way. its work is an educational program county nursing work, legslatlon, open air schools, child welfare work, courses' for nurses and surveys wero explained. - "Your Christmas seal contribu tions have made this work possible and 1 think you will see the great value that can come from organised public health work," Mrs. Dunbar said In closing. A dinner for the visitors wa3 held in the Orcadia hotel In the evening which was attended by fifteen guests. A report of the clinic and meeting v.ill be made at the chamber dinner toaiglH REV. KENT CLARK RESIGNS PASTORATE After holding Sunday school and delivering his morning sermon. Rev. Kent Clark, rastor of the Congrega tional church, at the close of services Sunday read his resignation. The reasons for the resignation were contained in the letter but rea, or have they been made 'public. The Mist understands that a minority of the church board or members is not in accord with Rev. Clark on some of his policies, hence the resigna tion. Rev. Clark has been pastor of the local church (or a number 01 months and Is recognized as an earn est Christian worker and a minister ot ability. The church board ' has not met since the resignation was tendored and it is not known wheth er or not it will be accepted. Rev'. Clark has many friends In St. Helens who hope that matters will ze so ar ranged that he will withdraw his' resignation. .. . AUCTION SALE OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE P. A. Fnikes, well known breeder of Holsteln cattle, will have an auc tion sale ot bulls at his farm near Scappoose on : Saturday, April 80. For the past thirty years Mr. Frakes has bred Holsteln sock and his herd Is oonsldered one of the best In Ore gon. The herd which he will sell is under U. S. government inspection and free from tuberculosis.