St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, April 28, 1922, Image 1

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    THE ST. HELENS MIST
VOLL) M K X L l
SI HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, ARRIE 28, 1922
DESFONDEN MAN
ENDS lliS LIFE
* uri I i il Hi u f
(•..ni*—• for t m u l)
Mini Itil'r.— nlrtllvr
lull
i i k I-
<'«iuimla*li»i<*i
NorliUiil I»
'l .i k l n n
m
f u m i l i I- 1 HIII|l«tKII.
With .j, , ii.m day only thro«* w««*k
<ll»taiit. i iUKlidaloM lo r alali* and
fll,, art- hoKilUlltiK to warn
coun*y • .ir.
Up nil 'I 11" out mootIng th e voi» n
The lmp«r mit n u i tom, o f c o u r s e
Hoven
It (bui fot ho governorship,
lf, . , t k tin* nom in atio n fot
rupoiiliiuii»
. and ihr»»* d m o r ra l« aa
iblt office
( l o v e r n o r til
plr« to ». g o v e r n o r
colt l* Hiipt>oHocl to hu tito Htronr
ithnugh H«*an, h u ll . I*at
candldui ,
teraon iiid W Ititi' an* makliiK uk
gftfÜl*«* r,impiligli* and any one »!
them »» iy land ih»* n o m in atio n
. pn »m ai Ivo in congre» h
Vot
\ u
Norhlad of Autori »
I» opp tug \\ t* Hawley, pr«*««*n
Hawley dan repn-aont«*«
encuaih«*i ni
tille t lu- hr o rongrowHlonal dlatric
for th'* P i t fourteen year»» and whil»
strong following, Nor blad*
affres»h ,*• campaign will doubt lea
It I« expected that in
brin K r» - Milu
will o»rr V tin* «’oird con litica by hi,
Pile W illa m e t t e vail«*'
niajorlf I r
coutil l«’« ¿ire the Hawley stro ng hoh
and N ori »lad realizing tlila, him “ in
vadali ili , ’ . r i l to r y of the «»n»*my.‘
and m « in pat gn in;; In t hat «»»< i ton
Kor Judg»* of t h 4« Jud icial «tlMtrh*
th»*r»* .r«* two < .mdiduten J \ Kukln
pr»*i nMit «in titubent, unii i> li H«»t t ** r h
T h « ind ica
tn Antoría a tto rne y
tlutili ur» - <it Kak.n w ili he r»* nom
.4 |atg «1 m a jo r it y
Uopo; 1
'
from cU* 41 • p county convey ih«» In
formation that t In* Judge will cm r>
that count y and it Mi«erna cer ta in ilia
th** vot«*r* of (o lu rn td a cou nty wir
favor tho judge
n n ,ir• t h r•••« cand id ate« fo
county mi unsi Mioner to HUcr«» 4 u| Ju d
son \V«'**«I who will not again «#*«*K
r Merger «on of Ver
th«! of fie«*, I
nonni. T J Ktlppin of l(a>n 1er. a ir'
•r of ( iutHkuntc
It I« «•*
J N
JH*Ct«*«l th* ( thi« will b«* u clou«* race
Indoubt* <!|i> K«*rg«*raon will have tit*
support t»f f r VOt'T '4 of till* N«hltl«*l!
country nd th«- ( 'latMkanle H**»tuu
ar«* backlr r Miller, white Kalni«*r l
T h e vot** in th!
strong for 111 ppm
portion of th*» county will decida th*-
rt*nt *-«(
Willard 1 Kvrtisoh of t ’laUkani«-
iU<! A K Vcatch t$f ItalnP r a re th
republican c .1 rut «lì»’ ♦♦« f«»r th«* nomi
nation of -■»•preßen f :i t » ve to the l«*tif
latur* SIIx-ritiiio Mile« pn ni'iit r**p
r*,smini lv
> i It -, the nom in ation «>?.
democrat!«• ti<k»*t and han no op
ilion
i h»» content between Kv**n
ami V ‘utch will be clone. p o l it i c a 1
1» ai ’ di dat ea hnv«* u p p e a r e d fo>
offi»» «»f m a y o r , c o u n c i l me n o
wa'*r »■ » 1111 h i , o n e r «»i tin* ('»ly <*
Ht ll«*l*,fjs m d il ti ppeura t hat then*
«ffln-a m u» o f w h i c h c a r r y a n y aal
ary. an* n< i in gn-nt de ma n i !
- O
11 . ■ ■■
th
FARM BUREAU WANTS
LOWER POWDER ERICI
Th»*
• m ulivo c o m m itte e of the
rolunih
('«•unt) k a n n Hur«*au will
BtOet il Si
H»1«- uh on T h u re d a)
tuorn iti# Max I al IO HO o'c lo ck Iti
adii luti
» the r e g u la r rout ine oi
liUMiie- , ih«*
(he com
coin m
111 it
It tee wlll forniti
lai«- plans • whereby the
th«* memh«*ra ot
»u «an
m
cun obtuin
obtain pov. »1er foi
land clearing ptirpoa« a ut u lenae
kr ' v 1 '»»in is iiow heing pulii
John
Storia. se» r«*tary of thè bureau.
I rih pr**pared thè q n.irtcrly report
* r|d a copy of II wlll he umile«! to
'•»«h >f ’ h»* f»t»o meni ber a in Colum
bla courtty.
J W itale, u m e inb e r of thè ex
“‘ Ut ve cof.irnltt«*«' and who I h con
dm Unti t b«i m eniberahip c tupulgn
rep«iri.‘ ttiut he ia makltig ».»iinfuc
prori» *s in thè w«>rk and aayi»
1 he m»*ml»THhlp will he In-
crea» l io suo wlthiii a abort tini»
I. lì Smith, of S capp o UH«!, I h pl«'HÌ
il"m of in« (arili b u n 't u , Il II I >a>
bl ■ T Kaiiilrr, vie« |iri'Hlili<nl, unii
John I. Moria, of S i. ile l c n s , »«ere
tarv
I he d ir e c to r* un*. A II T ur
I «II, W ¡irrsn , T h e o d o r « lle u lh , lini
J v> 1' ilo 11 liner, ami J N
MilPr, uf 1 luihkunnv
ST. HELENS I O AID
CLATSKANIE'S FOURTH
In - t of I iuv I iik u F o u r t h of
•»'•■y ciT*TirutIon In S i, M.•l<•llH, lh*>
I" l'I" of Si II ii I i - iih nliould ro oper
' ' " U h »he poupl« of ClnlBkanti'
'"ol ulti In inukliif' i h « c«I«br»tlon
o n , , s W11B
a«ntlinimt «x
Pr''H,, ,i Wednesday m u h t wh«u n
"I clllie n n of thin city niel
w Mi ih« d lm rti.ra o f Ih« Hi II«I« iih
1 M u n i i . r
of l'o m m n r r c
S h e rm a n
1,1
illr«cior of th« c h a m b e r mn:
*' ''I »hat ili« s i Helena C h a m b e r
onnn.irr« nid. In «v«ry wuy pos
* **•• < IntHkanln com m it tei- " I
in noi » I h ,* („r «nri, lo cality lo lia * "
"'■"lirationa of th« F o u r t h ; w« can
m k' u In'll,.r r« l« h ra tlo n und have
i ni ir« «njoyaltl« tim « If w« all
I " 1 ' " *t> tllnklnu H HUCCI'HH of 011 « hlc
i'latHkanle. ho I iind«raim iil
muklns pr,>paiuiIon fo r u county
v " l”
Id rutlon
I . H ' h Join them
'"'»r work "
Mr. Mll«a' hiiki ; « h
' i ni was act«,| upon ami II wua il«
M'|" ,l that tho Ht. II, |«na C h a m b e r
", ' omnierr« ito «verylhlliK within
' ir power to aid th« C la lak an l«
'"tin niti« « und to p nrllc lp a l« In the
¡ " i ' 1 in for ih« ('«lehratton o f tin
’ ■"irliniH Courth
hrl< Untili
«mi«,]
),
Ufi, liy r u t i l i l i blu Ultimi u n i, ,
ruzor Munì, lime Monday ufi,-tnoon
liti- linijy ni iiir il< iti man » uh ili,
i DVfrtil tiy t) M M or pilli late in 11 1 <
ifliorioon »Inai he »i'ni luto lil, pn-,
Iure lo rutrli li I h borse
The Morgue
p u n i r e Hiljoltm III., Nehalcm Log
3lng com pany’* (rurk inni |H atout
oli» In, I f in I li - » i n i I,r »Ture ile |IIK
1 r 1 11 k ru II rumi i t i i i i h » tlie H I*
S
m -ur
SrappooHi*
i oroner
Whlt>‘
ali inIm■ h limi Krlcksoti Inni heen lo
Mie logglug camp inni » uh uiiuble lo
m u r e work unii w u h un blu wu'
lo Hcappoose wlien le- l|e|ermlnei| lo
I "lid
hi* Ilf«
HI h loKKer'H pack
j «rved 11 h a pill,,» and a heavy muc
¡l.ln aw f,,r a I,«,I
11 » hud t«k<- i hia
I 1 a.'.or from ItI h "hucticlor'H kit* and
Hi« bloody hladn ».,
found .1 long
I -«id« ih» pack
Th» body of lh» dead
| man wa found near 11 umli rr»,-
I ubout :’,u f»«t from wh«ro he coin
inlt.»<l lh» il»»d ho It I h '•vidi'Ht that
It« r»p,,nl«d of h I h 14,11 u ,*l and
cruwlod to 1 h» rr»»k In Mu* »nd»uv
or lo Hlop I h» flow of hlood
l'up»r
found In I i I n pa, k Hho»<d that h<
had made appl cation to Spok. n,
l.o,la» No 1*11 ()rd»r of Moon» an,
' hi r,*c»lv»d h h firni cltlaenahip na
per* a' Ml ho ula. Moniana, on Ma;
2*>. 11* 11*
11» luimi'd S tark. Mon
»ana. an hi« lioini'
A receipt from
he P acific l.or n I ’o . of Portland.
ihl»w,'d that he had pawned hi
» u i , h for t ' i on April 14
A i .mud
Ian 50c pi» i» and a teu-cent p|»c •
wuh the amount found in hiH purne
Kricknoi: wan a i ativi of S»»d'*li and
had I «•••«I lu thin country for a uuiu
h«r of yeara
T h e laid) waa hrought to Whit»'
■:n ,!•-rtukluK purlora and an effort
nud» to. find hoiii » trace of the man
relative,, lull lo no avail
Iuierineni
wua mad« ’I h u r n la y In ihu 1 O l)
•■'» cem etery ai Warren
Number 20
CITY COUNCIL LICENSES OIL COMPANY PROMISES
FOOD HANDLERS ^
t. I
ny
I ii ion l)i| C o m p a n y '» l * o rllu in l M a n a ­
1*1*11" Ik'llherati* on liiaiulin g Mali)
llai'uefi iii Mayor'a I I,air —
g e r Hu)» I on,|,aii> will If ulld KUI,-
la, ensl'H lo II iih I ik 'H h Men—
*•<*<* I ’ lunt
4
11)1111
I tins,qiln on Bungalo w K estau rant.
at
St.
I'ill lire----IsM'iilion
H e le n s
Not
in
N ea r
D ec id ed .
GLEE CLUB TO
^
RRESENi OPERETTA
T h e glee clu b of St. Helens high
school will present a com ic o p e re t­
ta, 'T h e T r e a s u r e H u n te r s ,’’ on F r i ­
day evenin g. May 4, in the school
aud itoriu m . T h e clu b lias boen p rac ­
ticing f a ith fu lly under the direction
of Miss Vivian P a t te r s o n and the
o p e re tta is sure to be a success.
B r i e f l y > the story deals v/ith Tom
B la k e , an A m erican inv entor of a
patent diving suit who has heen de­
frauded of hii- r ig h ts by J . W i n n s .
Luce,
l .u ce 's d aug hter loves B la k e
hut is engaged to t 'o r i l a n d t Van Bris-
sy.
J .m m y Squab s, a m a s t e r diver
employed by L u t e is a vory h u m o r­
ous c h a ra c te r .
B la k e goes to th e Island of Hocus
Bocus, one ,*f the Bhlllppine group. A
tre a s u re ship of g r e a t value was
wrecked n e a r the Island hu|t the
c h a r t , which was rig h tfu lly B la k e 's
was t a k e n by Luce.
Luce with his
d a u g h te r and her chapero ne cam e to
Hocus Bocus iu Van B r l s s y ’s yacht
which is shipwrecked by pirates. T h e
pirates are discovered to be B ia k e
anil his friend s.
At t h a t tim e the
l.'. S. c r u is e r O k lah o m a, in ch arg e
of Co m m and e r Uoomday, arriv es
A fte r many ad ve n tu re s ev erything
ends happily.
T h e part of T om B l a k e Is taken
,jy M aurice R ich ard so n and
K a te
L ynch sin gs the role of L u c e ’s d a u g h ­
ter. K e n n e th B r a t t is J i m m y S qu ab s
and Harold Monish is the un scru pu­
lous Luce. Miss Ora H attan has the
am u sing role of chaperone.
Odell
B e n n e tt is Van B rissy. Co m m and e r
Uoomday is played by H o m er Brown
and his d aug hter, Daisy, by Miss S e ­
rena Malinin
O ther principal c h a r ­
a c ter s are, B au l Neff, Clifford Chit-
cem. A rchie M acD onald, Naomi B u n ­
nell, E lv i r a B la ir, L illian Wyss, Rose
' o rs ig lia, Tom K e te l and R a s h le ig h
Beel.
E very o ne who a tte n d s the o p e re t­
ta1 next F r id a y Is g u a ra n te e d an e n ­
jo y a b le evening.
\l the regular mooting of tho
, H . l ouiiell Monday night all niem
" ' t t were pres, III
Mayor Hallagh
1 ing ahii.'ilt I he deliheral Iona of the
ugi ' body were presided over b>
A I' B arne tt, president of the non n
ell.
I nd<*r the head of reports, t'oun-
‘ liman O 'l'onnoi reported that the
" a d of the newer in the north «nil
of b l o c k 4.1 was in hail shape, and
hat the sidewalk .'li W inter street
pposit,* t he park was badly In need
of repairs
The , , Mini'll requested that the r»-
>rd, r ' »cure valuations of proper-
• on Hemlock street in South Si,
Helens on the W arren county road
Eleven appli, ,iions for license
were on file
ail of which were
granted
N B Me*'orrol,:k was g]v
' i i a I l e u s , ' I,, iondnet a dunce hull,
he SI Helens Iron a - Me.rlue Works
¡censed to store explosive oil ulld
le- Pal nc,' of th, perm its granted
■ •
to: h a n t l i n , food stu ffs for
liman eonsumptlon to the follow
huslnes- concern*:
T h e Boys.
W .1 I'aulinon. H "
fones. HOIh
1 "niury fjyocery. r i m s A Hltchman.
\\ I* Hessard. \V l> W hite und K
W Bralhird
In the m atter of th« application
of Brallurd. who operates the Bun
ccl.iw resi,-iurani. opposition dcvei
l>ed lu Council nan »■’lynn. v.ho vot-
,1 In the negat'v e on g ran tin g this
license, O'Connor and McDonald vot
ng In the a ffirm ativ e
A license had
nrevloualy heen given the Bungalow
for a year hv the recorder, which
ao r was annulled by action of th»
council in «n a ilin g a new ordinance
Two applications were read, one
for moving shacks and one to build
shacks In front of block 1. Kirs* ad-
,‘ltlon lo Colum bia Bark.
Mayo,'
Itallagh having previously protested
;u writing against granting both ap
olieations President B arnett passed
»he matter for future action when
the mayor waa present.
Ordering warrant» drawn In pay­
ment of bills i mounting to $65 4ii
terminated the business of the s e s ­
sion and adjourn ment was taken
It seem s to he an assured fact t i n t
lu the near fu tu re the Union Oil c o m ­
pany of C alifornia will e sta b lish a
d istributing station in St. Helons.
The company does con sid erab le buto-
neaa In St. H ele ns and vicinity and
ome time ugo It was pointed out t ,
them by the St. Helens C h am b e r of
< o m m erce that in asmuch as they se­
cured (I i I h business, that the people
of St. Helens would p re fe r to deal
with a concern which like the S t a n ­
dard Oil com pany hud a local dis
Irin uting Hlulion and disbursed a lo
>al payroll.
T h e ch a m b e r, so It is
understood, politely suggested that
a company o perating here was e n ­
titled to the business
T h e m atter
was taken up with V. H. Kelly, dis-
rlct sales m a n a g e r, by E xecu tive
secretary J o h n 1.. S to rla and the let-
er was followed with a call by S h e r ­
man ,M. Miles, one of the d irec to r.
>f the cham b er. Mr. K elly iulorm ed
Mr. Miles that his company would
esiaolisli u station in Si. Helens, and
in the near future. S u b s e q u e n tly he
wrote Mr. S t o r la as follow s;
“ We
are acknow ledgin g receipt of your
favor of April 4th anil have had thi*.
m atte r d efinitely iu mind for som>
time
T h e re is no questio n hut that
we are going lo e stab lish ourselves
in St. Helens, and have always ap­
preciated the support that the people
of St. Helens have given us
W e will
probably have an opportunity to go
over this situ atio n with you person
ally within the next few weeks '
T h e tone of the le tt e r in d ic ate ,
•that the I'nlon people have decideit
upon e stab lish in g a s tatio n here anu
Mr Miles stated that Mr. K elly had
given him positive a s su ra n c e that
ihe statio n would be estab lish ed .
When Mr. Kelly c a lls d irec to rs of
the c h am b e r of c o m m e rc e will con­
ull with him and aid in th e selection
of a d esirable site fo r the d is trib u t­
ing station.
Hainan Maru d e a r " for O sak a, J u ­
1 ( will rcijulre
many thousand
aid« ul ruck lo in »1 cadaUiil** luu
purtioit oi lk«i i’lUaoU.
iioicn»» t CIICCL BOARD
.»»ad fruin 'I r»*nhoiin iu Sixlceii .vi.i«
ELEC I S TEACHERS
bill nud the county » i»urt 1 « endcuv
tiring iu nnat«* a tnippl) ol ruck
At a special meeting Wednesday
i luiu lh«* »iuarr> m a r Ircn b o lm rock afternoon the directors of School
an be obtained and the court fig I District No. 2 ( St Helens» elected
ur»»« dial Hu* rock for tin* road from I teachers to fill vacancies in the
l i«»uholm lo ihc ( lainkauic will lie : grades
The full board. II E Lu
uken from that quarry,
rr o in lin | Hare Charles C rah sm und Edwin
U u k a m o to Hu- Mxu***n Mile mil ' Boss were present.
a dihtaiu * of about »l\ miles, there i
Miss Ella ,1 ian a Si Helens girt.
an up lull grade uml the couri ! u
elected and ■ signed to the sev
lb o ugh t It Would be best to gel Hi
enth glad e
M ss Hu la:, » a grail
. ock uppl> lieu t In* summit ol the uate o f St. Helens high anil o f the
flviil»*. so di.ii a long haul would no i Monmouth normal college
F o r tin
•0 tieceaaary.
past two years she li is taught iu the
Ju d g e Murtm W mtc, t omiulaaion | Merrill, Oregon, schooi
■ r V\ J 1 u iie i'o u . Itoailmuster Mill,
Miss Belle Conologue will teach
and 1 ounty Survevoi I. J \ ..nu r ihe sixth grade
She has taught in
1 ,oven » art out on the road TdObduy Columbia county for a number of
and prohpecU'd lor a Quarry h , i » I years and Ibis year was principal
. .e a r the Sot i»Hkl ji la*» and al th, of the Columbia City school.
aeadWn c'H ol i>ak cr<I'H they J ihcov -
Mis.. Flo re nce L ars-ii, v.ho Is now
«red it ,», 1 », 0 » ro, k. rile led|f, h. j teaching in the B ach elo r I'lai school,
a .10 I « f a n and If It proven lo
will ieach the fourth grid , mil Miss
(,oo<l r,. h quarry will »*«• entab Marie Flynn, daughter of Dr. J H
liahcd 1 > •
Judge t\ hlte xiuieil
lynn. will lie one of the primary
il.ai th» eourl i.ah dotni; ,pruxi»'»i
• •aclier Miss Flynn is a hi Ii school
mg » u . k and lie hop.d that the 1
graduate, has attended tn
Unlvcr
nu I ih would n< <uch as would Juntll) | dty o f Oregon for one year and for
the in alluiion of a crusher.
I*''* he |>ast two years has studied al
sit» of ih» proBpeeUvc quarry In mill i he Oregon Agricultural college.
, U 0 feel Iroln tho road and in canity
The school directors elect, d Mrs
cached
Jud ge \\ lift* .-aid that II \ F B arnett to leach the primary
h» rock proved to l e whet In wanted grade. Mrs Barnett has taught iu
lor mad building puiposen It would
. S! Hi let: • ■ 1 ..... . foi a number
no developed
" 1 he quarry nttc in of years, and resigned last year to
on l h» divide and we can haul down make
trip abroad She Is a t e ach e r
grad« to th« l lalnkanic and down ,,( experience and the directors c o n ­
„rude to I'lltnhuig
Ju d g e \\ Utto sider th e m se lve s fo rtu n ate In s e ­
Misled, "and thin » i l l nave th« coun curing her services
ty quit« a turn ol money for it In too
It ts learned that Professor lscn
long a haul from Tr> nholm quarry ,«,,. principal of the high school,
and In nil upgrade haul "
has teen offered a position in a hign
\\ k I. iu a few dayn the court will school in this s tate and that the »at­
know whether or not llie quarry will a ri was considerably more than was
I)« developed a
lioadtuanler Mills paid him here,
ft is probable that
l as several men at woik tn opening l„, » i l l accept the o ffe r At any rate.
up the face of tho ro< k ledge and lo
ie has not accepted the position ot
» i l l ascertain if i l l ' rock is there m principal of the St Helens high, so
sufficient quantity and quality t<> the position was tendered to Mrs
provide Hie amount necessary for the Stroud, w ho Is one of the high school
incult} and teaches English.
Sh"
toad »o.'k lo he done.
| uns the o ffe r tinder consideration
I hut lias not notified the directors as
. HE JUNIOR FROM
h o her acceptance or refusal of their
A SO C IA L E V E N T
offer.
From present Indications It ap
T h e annual "prom of th** Ju n io r nears that few of those who taught
Class of SI Helens high which was in Hie school this year will be on
held al the Blue Hose dance hall ¡ ¡h e s ta ff when school opens In Sep
| tember.
IT.day evening waa lh ..........
social event of the season, a f.u
that 1 » attested by the more than ESSAY CONTEST AT
1 , 0 people who accepted Uio hoapi
THE SCHOOL TONIGHT
t a lit y of the class A number of In
vlimi guestn were from places Oth.
T h e essay and d eclamatory con-
t h i n Si Helens. The anim ated faces
iie st for the grad" pupils of the I n -
of th,. h«ppy >»>»>« « - p 1: -
lunihia ;ounty school will be held at
pretty evening dr> -sea in »veiy
'
of i h« rainbow and the Icsty netting» he high school auditorium this evo-
ill s o’clock
Accord-
of the dance hall com«......... '•* ">»*; 1 .ii'g t„ beginning
Information furnished t'oun-
a picture pleating to lb*' eye *»*
moat critical
T h e old as well a* v School Superintendent \\ tike.-son
here will be about thi-dy pupils who
,|„. young caught the Infectl**ua spin
,ill e # D the declamatory contest.
I, of ...........veiling and everyone l a
an enjo y ab le time
l*reced ng th. I » , l v e pupils have submitted essays
dance the class were hosts at a dln- 1 >„ the Judges who ire. (' L Coflyn.
(ll ine ore ad la dining room I I" ,,l s . .¡ppoose; \V I. R u the rfo rd and
I |1 \\ Hits 1 oa o f SI Helens. T h e
high SCI..... I faculty. II". sc ool d're ,
judge» of the declamatory contest
........ and their wives ■*"' Mr. /' "
,,, Miss Helen W hitcom b, of Hal
Mrs E ugene lllakealey wore th, In
Ml»» Huh! Tipton of Soap
Vllell gUeSlH
poos'e. and Mrs Mabel Stroud, of
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Miss Belle w h ' i n - y . who hr a I...... .SI Helens.
L u m b e r s hipm ents from S i. Helens
have heen heavy fo r this week. On
Tuesday the J a p a n e s e s te a m e r H ai­
nan M iru . a f t e r t a k in g on l ,i*0 0 .-
0 0 0 feet of lu m b er sailed for O saka.
Japan.
T h e steumei S le e l R a n g e r
left out Wednesday for New York
with KoO.OOU feet of lum b er loaded
here and the s te a m e r E d n a, a f t e r
ta k in g on 5OU.000 feel of lum ber,
sailed lot San P ed ro T h u rs d a y noon.
T h e s te a m e r J e p t b a a rriv e d T h u r s ­
day and is loading a c a rg o of one
million teet ol lu m b er fur South
A m e rica and the W est Islip is due
today.
F r o m this port the s te a m e r
will ta k e SoO.OOO fe e t of lu m b er tor
d elivery a t M elb ourne. A ustralia .
T h e c o a s t e r W a h k e en a sailed t o ­
day tor Sun F r a n c is c o laden with
hall.Out) feet of lu m b er tak e n from
the local m ills and Ilie s t e a m e rs
Daisy M atth e w s and M ultno m ah a re
due to a rr iv e next week to t a k e full
c arg o e s for C alifo rn ia .
COUNTY COURT SEEKS
SITE EOR QUARRY
it«*« k Want«*«I f. r %\<»rk «»n l*i((H|»urg
n i .
Il«‘l«*si* ll«Mt|— |*r»isp« (in* Sup
pl> i oiind Near siu»«*n >lih
ami •>«*<*%i«»pin«
ih
lliil
\V ■ *i k suirtcsl.
LUMBER SHIPMENTS
BRISK THIS WEEK
FORD CARS IN
GREAT DEMAND
T h e F ie ld h o u se Motor company
hat* made dellvory of a g r e a te r n u m ­
ber o f c a rs this m onth than any
o th e r month sine« ' b e firm began
-lURitiPs* here, a cco rd ing to n s t a t e ­
ment of M anager Fieldhou se. Arch
Duncan, tlie sale s m an ag e r, has been
\ busy man sellin g and d e m o n s t r a t ­
ing the ears.
R. H. B ailey, the R a i ­
nier grocery m an. bought u sed an; L
H. B a rg e r, of Y ank to n, J F. Brown
■ 1 rtl Helens. Henry W e st and Hen-
tv K ru g e r of Sea ppoose pu rchased
touring cars, us did H. f* Urie of
Houlton and Matt MoKie of St. H ei­
ns. l oupes were popular and de­
liveries made >o the fo llo w ing : Kit
f i m y e r s . St Helens. Georg e Ailing,
P ortlan d, Rul.y Tipton. Scuppoose,
Loy GUI, S t. Helens und J o h n Mc-
Kle of St. Helens.
J o h n s o n and
l »avis who operate a piling camp
n e a r T re n h o lm bought a
one-ton
tru ck and C. F. Lyons of St. Helens
purchased a Ford bug.
T h e Field
house company is doing Its best to
muke prompt deliveries, but on a c ­
count of the s h o rta g e of cars, in
som e insta nces, the delivery has been
a little la ie r than was expected
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LIBERTY S NEXT
W E E K ’S PROGRAM
T h e L ib e rty has an exceptio nally
strong program fo r the com ing week,
opening on S und ay with the usual
matinee, with P risc illa Dean In “ f o i l
f l l s t ." a picture that probably has
m ore real t h rills than any yet
screened.
T h e scene in which Miss
Dean rescues her lover from death
in a rag in g to rre n t on the brink
of u waterfall is said by critic s to be
a marvel.
On T uesday and W e d n e sd ay “ Dan
gerous t ’urve A h e a d " Is the a t t r a c ­
tion. and one th at, ju d g in g from its
lengthy run In P ortlan d and o th e r
big cities, possesses m ore than o rd i­
nary merit.
It is filled with m irth-
provoking situ atio ns, and is a real
treat for the fans.
Norma T a lm a d g e in " D a u g h t e r of
T w o W o r l d s ." one of tills popular
screen a r t i s t ’s m aste rp ie ce s, is sch e d ­
uled fo r T h u rs d a y and F r id a y , while
last but not least is t’ h arle s R ay In
" A n Old Fashio ned Hoy," on S a t u r ­
day
F o r this day t h e re is an added
a tt ra c t io n . " T h e S h e r i f f o f M o ja v e ,"
a two-reel W estern .
ST. HELENS BOY WINS
HONORS AT O. A. C.
lian
anil
SI i t I
H anger
for
New
F o r k — S t e a m e r J e p t b a H e re lx ,a il­
ing fo r S o u th A m erica.
Weekly
L u m b e r Review
One hundred and tw enty -six mills
reporting to the W est Coast L u m b e r ­
men s as so c iatio n fo r the week en d ­
ing April 22. m a n u fa c tu re d 7 5 . 0 2 3 .-
0 2 0 teel of lutno er; sold 0 2 , 4 1 5 . 5 0 5
f e e t ; und shipped 7 7 , 5 3 0 . 0 0 5 feet.
P ro d u ctio n for m ills repo rting was
5 per cent below norm al. New busi­
ness fo r the week was 17 per cent
ab ove production.
S h ip m e n ts were
10 per ceut below new business.
F o r ty - t h r e e per cent of all new
husiue.-s taken d uring the week was
for fu tu re delivery.
This am ou nt­
ed to 3 0 . 5 5 5 . 5 0 5 feet, of which 20,-
0 2 5 , 7 0 1 feet will move c o as tw ise or
intercoastal;
and
1 5 ,657,107
feet
will move export. New business for
delivery by rail am o u n te d to 1,7 01
cars.
T h irty -s ix per cen t of the w eek's
lu m b er s h ip m e n ts cle are d by water.
T h is am o u nted to 2 7 , 6 4 0 . 0 0 5 feet,
of which do m estic c le a ra n c e s a c ­
cou nted for 1 7 . 0 0 4 , 2 4 4 l'eet, and the
o v erse as c le a ra n c e s 0 , 7 4 2 , 4 5 4 feet.
R ail s h ip m e n ts am o u nte d t o 1 .003
cars.
Unfilled do m estic c a rg o orders
to tal 0 4 . 5 5 7 , 5 0 4 f e e t ; and unfilled
export o rd e is , 7 7 , 1 5 5 . 4 5 4 feet.
Un-
lilled ra il tra d e o rd ers total 5 . 9 0 5
cars.
T h e six teen w eeks' production was
1 . 2 3 7 ,8 7 5 ,5 9 7 f e e t ; new business, 1,-
2 0 7 . 0 7 5 . 7 2 1 f e e t ; and s h ip m e n ts 1,-
1 0 0 . 0 7 7 . 9 2 3 feet.
Oregon A gricultural College, C o r ­ INTERESTING PROGRAM
vallis, April 20
E d w a r d Malinin,
FOR MONDAY NIGHT
son of Mr and Mrs. I. E Malmin, of
St. Helens, has been elected to m e m ­
In o rd e r to secure funds to cover
bership to B e t a Alphi Pal, national
honorary acco u n tin g fra te rn ity . R e ­ th e deficit In th e m ilk fund th e P a r
q u ire m en ts for eligibility a re c h a r a c ­ e n t- T e a e h e r a ’ as so c iatio n will have
ter. sch o larsh ip and leadership
an e n t e r t a in m e n t at the high school
Mr. Malmin is now a sen io r In the a u d ito riu m Monday nigh t. T h e pro-
school o f com m erce.
Upon coinple g ram will s t a r t prom ptly at 7 : 3 0
tion of his first two ye ars of basic o'c lo ck and is:
¡ w o r k Malmin e lec te d business ad-| S e l e c t i o n ..............
. H. S O rc h e str a
'm in is t r a t i o n for his m a j o r cou rse of Mary s M a g i c ...................... F i r s t G rade
study for the Ju n io r and sen io r years
.................................Nora_ H itchm an
of his ncadem lc work
R e c i t a t i o n ............................ Van Adams
T h e m a jo r for which Mr Malmin K x e r c l s e ................................. F i r s t Grade
has elected is designed prim arily to S p a r t a c u s to th e G l a d i a t o r s ...........
...................................... Ray m o nd Devin
train the student f o r e ffic ie n t b u sl­
5th anil 6 th Grade»
ines» o rg an izatio n and m an age m e n t. I National Dances
T h e ad m ission is 10c for child ren
, It in clu des tho ro u gh cou rses In the
T h e public is
various phases of a c co u n tin g , audit- end 15c for adults.
j w Thompson, m a n ag e r o f th« \ ing. business o rg an izatio n , s c l e u l - tnvlted and by t h e ir a t t e n d a n c e th e y
......5 r«r
P - « |'i " \\1 ' si,ort, > n r '
m an ag e m e n t,
ad ve rtisin g at.d will assist th e P a r e n t - T e a c h e r s ' In
Si ll«l«n» l.uinb«r com pany. Is In fir
*
a w orthy cause.
I salesm anship.
■ turn' d "lo her home In I’ortland on Seal tie on business mission.
. ' ’
tiii'klnK
M chiu inc
pro bably
* Thursday.
“ '»ilia h« iK playing th u n d er
Two*Hun<lre*l
F ifty
E ig h th
( ìn u le
Onwluates to Hold E x e rc is e s in St.
H elens— B.
I' , lev m e, o f Oregon
J o u r n a l , lo D e liv e r Diploma».
W ednesday, May 17th will be an
l m p o i la n i e v en t lo the e ig h th graUe
pupils uf ibe schools oi C olum bia
county, fo r on t h a t day many of them
will como to St. Helens and p a rt ic i­
pate iu the county c o m m e n c e m e n t
exercises which is being a r r a n g e d by
County Sch ool S u p e rin te n d e n t J . B.
Wtlkei'son. T a e a l. H e le ns C h am b er
of C o m m erce is a s sistin g Mr. W ilk e r -
son in working o ut th e program .
W hiie all a r r a n g e m e n t s have not
been
made,
P rofessor
W iik e rso u
auth o rizes the Mist to s t a l e that
t h e r e will he a parade a t
10:30
o'c lo ck the m o rn in g of the 1 7 t h and
he expects t h a t m ost of the 2 5 0
e ig h th grade g r a d u a te s will he seen
in the parade, wuich will s t a r t a t the
school house and trav e rs e the prin­
cipal business s tr e e t s o t St. Helens.
F r o m 12 to 1 o 'c lo c k th e school
child ren will he gu e sts o f th e St. H el­
ens c h a m b e r of C o m m e rc e a t a
luncheon.
A l 3 : 3 0 the grad u atio n
exercises will be helU in the nigh
school a u d ito riu m and B. F . Irvin e,
edito r ol tne Oregon J o u r n a l will de­
liver the dip lomas.
T h e S t. H e le ns
C h a n te rs will re n d e r sev eral m usical
selections.
I t is expected t h a t school ch ild re n
fro m every one of th e forty-tw o
schools in Co lum b ia cou nty will be
present anu tu e ir p are n ts and friend s
will also ne h e re f o r this im p o rtan t
event.
" T h a t Seappoose, W a rr e n , B a c h e ­
lor F l a t . D ee" Island , Goble, R a in ie r
and C l a t s k a n i e s cho o ls will be well
re presented is a s s u r e d , " said P r o f e s ­
sor W ilk e rso n , " a n d 1 look fo r a
n u m b e r fro m th e N ehale m valley. It
is going to he a big event and we
want to e n c o u ra g e the g r a d u a te s lo
c o n tin u e th e school w o rk ; go to
school and when th e high school
c ou rse is finished , if possible, atte n d
som e of the O regon u n iv e rs it ie s ."
S h e rm a n Miles, Lew A. C a te s and
J . B. W ilk e rs o n a re the c o m m itte e
in c h a rg e of t h e p rogram and e n ­
t e rt a in m e n t and th e y pro m ise f u r tn -
er d etails for th e n e x t issue of T h e
Mist.
GOOD BALL TEAM
SURE SAYS HUNT
T h at St. H ele ns is g e in g to have
a baseball clu b which will be a win­
ner and t h a t will have the backing
of th e hom e-town fans, is th e opin­
ion of J a m e s H unt upon whom was
wished the m a n a g e m e n t of th e team.
O rd in arily it is a hard m a t t e r to line
up an a g g re g a t io n of ball players of
the first class, but t h e re a r e seven
m e m b e rs uf last s e a s o n 's clu b and
M anager Hunt has been s u cce ssfu l
in sig ning
sev e ral players. Among
them is a pitch er, an o u t f i e ld e r and
a c a t c h e r. T h e la t t e r , should the oc­
casion a ris e , can relieve th e h a r d ­
w o rkin g E v e re t t H o n e , and should
tiiat not be n e c e s s a r y can occupy a
c o n sid erab le portion o f t h e o u te r
garden.
T h is player, whose nam e
Hunt lias not d isclosed, is very handy
w ith the willow, his b a ttin g at e r a s e
bein g .3 2 7 .
Hunt is a n g lin g for a n o t h e r box
a r t i s t to a s s is t " R u b e ” M axm eyer
and J o e Antone. T h e big le ft - h a n d ­
er says he is in con dition and ready
to s t a r t tod. y. if n e c e ssary, and J o e ,
the d 'm in u tiv e h u rle r. is in m id -se a­
son condition.
F o r th e past m onth
he hits been p ra c ticin g with J a k e
L arge and L a r g e s ays "w e a r e read y
to g o ."
A n u m b e r of t h e te a m had a good
workout a t th e ball park S und ay a f ­
ternoon und have been p rac ticin g
e ach evenin g d u n t g t h e week. Hunt
will give them a hard practice S u n ­
day a fte rn o o n pre p arin g fo r the gam e
with R a in ie r on May 7th. T h e g am e
will p robably be played on th e home
lot.
ST. HELENS HIGH
PLAYS HIIL ACADEMY
To m o rro w a fte rn o o n at 2 : 3 0 the
baseball te am o f St. H elens high
school will try conclusio ns with the
fast team of the Hill M ilitary A cad ­
emy o f P or tla n d .
T h e * s c h o o l te am
has been having daily w o rk o u ts and
Coach Isensee believes he has a
classy lot of ball players.
B e llv ille
will be on the m ound for St. Helens
T h e gam e will be played on the
school grounds In t h e “ f l a t ” and it Is
expected t h a t t h e r e will be a large
a t t e n d a n c e of fa n s to witness the
opening gam e o f th e season.
Lew A C a te s re tu r n e d to St H el­
ens S und ay a f t e r having spent sev­
e ral days in th e W i ll a m e t t e valley.
At S ale m he met S e n a t o r Norblad,
cand id ate fo r c o n g re s sm a n f o r this
d istrict.
“ S a le m ts H aw ley 's home
town but Norblad had a c o rd ial re-
c e p t io n ," Mr C ate s »aid
T h e St. H e le n s T i e A T i m b e r
i c o m p a n y ’s mill, which has been
closed down for the past ten days
nn(i undergoin g repairs, will resum e
operation next week, so E. C. S tan -
W(M1(| su p e rin te n d e n t of t h e plant,
states.
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T h e V M. C. A. volley hall team
o f P o r t la n d d efe a te d the te am o f the
St. H e le ns b u s in e ss men in a hotlv
con te ste d g am e at t h e high school
| a u d ito riu m last nigh t.
T h e sco re
was, Y. M. C. A'. 7, St. H e le ns 4.