i JTHE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON i. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12,' 1924 wa OREGON . i. HAS HEUHi Gathering in Laurelhurst Park Sunday Notable - Event for Veterans . Laurelhurst park in Portland was the scene Sunday afternoon of the third annual reunion of 200 Spanish war" veterans with their families and friends. The occa sion was also the 25th anniversary of the- return of the unit from the islands. ' -.( ? ; ., ,t j From the . complete rosier of Company K of the Second Oregon infantry the following were" pres ent at Sunday's picnic gathering: PJIAY FEVER 811 If you can't "rt away," ease y -the. attacks with- - F 1 Omt XTUiUimm Jmw UJ Ymrly Charles A. Murphy, who Is now engaged as Inspector of school buildings in Portland: Carle Ab rama, Salem ; Herman Amsler, Ray Antrim, Charles A. Bort, Richard II. Churchill, j who ia a brother of Prank Churchill of Salem.: Ed ward II. Colsan, John C. DLash mutt, Jerry DeSart, : Clifford R. Fones, Frank' Gard.1 Romeo !M". Gilbert, proprietor of the Gilbert Studio and Craft Shop; Orvllle J. Hull, Frank 1 1 Jensen. Henry Lee, George F, Litchfield Charles McKinley, Harry W. Ross, Al M. Soulhwlck, Athur J. Stimson. Fred Wentworth and Charles "O. Wil son of Springfield, formerly of Sa lem. It li somewhat startling that approximately j half of the entire company are deceased. Col. Percy j Willis presided at the gathering, as chairman. An extended program was given, H. L. Rogers, Robert S. Muston, George A. Hartman, L. A. Harms, J. M. Poorman and Gen. George A White. Judge C. A. Johns. Hon. A. L. Rarburj and George G. L. Snjder being among those making talks. j Mr. Poorman recalled with vivid ness the - incident in the war In which E. H." Millard, as a leading figure,, was left as killed in an unusually harrowing ambush at tack. George A. Hartman of Company D spoke particularly in relation to the soldier loan for Spanish American veterans who have never received any official compensa tion, r 4 , : - I A further interesting, matter brought; up was that relating to the alleged desire for; Independ ence in the islands. . Judge C. -A. Johns expressed himself In the light that it was a matter of prop aganda; that- the inhabitants of ' i- i i . . . . ....' in isiaiiu were entirely saiisiieu with the present control. The reunion for next year will be held again in Lanr-elhurst park, the second Sunday in August, . - Six Killed: in Fight 1 WILI1URTON Okla.. Aug. II. Six men were killed in a fight among miners at the Bull If 111 coal mine at Hughes, lfl miles east of here, according to reports reaching here late tonight. Dep uties immediately left here for the scene. . It may not be significant, but there are few modernists in dis tricts where fried chicken - is served every day. , STANDARDIZED 4Crt SH -STORE S " f I SALEM WOODBURN ALBANY CORVALLIS OF INTEREST; TO EVERY ONE WtlfJl HA&B WHEAT FLOUR mm V n--ii m ' Bread ..made of Vim Flour is SoWy sood Delicious and good for you JSJx.rw, Therp is nn flmir nn tho tnarL-of A$$L X as good as Vim that sells within iw per suck oi me price oi vim. Just a word about the price of Vim when flour prices were the lowest ' early this season ,we purchased ten full car loads, also we are exclusive distributors for the Willamette Valley so you pay no wholesale profit. rnCMIST PATCr4T Vim Flour, 49-lfe. sk $1.79 Crown Flour, 49-lb. v ack ; $1.98 Diamond C Family Flour, : . sack $1.49 MILtC j Tuesday and Wednesday this week Darigold, the most popular milk, ,3 for .... j.25c Carnation, Borden's, ; , ! 10 for . .98c COFFEE L. " These brands of coffee will be from 2c to 5c per lb. higher as the wholesale price has already advanced. M. J. B., 1-lb. tin, fresji ! is steel cut j j.. . . . . Z49c M. J, B., 3-lb. tin fresh 1 1 ; steel cut li... , . .:v$1.39 M. J. B., 5-lb. tin, fresh i .. steel cut . .. . .... ....$2.35 American Club, tin, , At t fresh steel cut ..... . .42c American Club, tin, t . fresh steel cut ......$1.20 Our Fancy Peaberry, 3-Ib. .... . , ...$1.10 Our No. 49 Fancy Blend, 3-lb. ....90c SOAP Crystal White, Tuesday and Wednesday, 6 for 25c 2 large pkgs. Citrus ....49c 2 largs pkgs. Seafoam 49c Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 for .. ...... ji ..... 25c SMOKED MEAT AND LARD Premium Hams, lz or , whole, lb. ... ......... .32c Fancy Sugar-Cured Picnics, lb. ..Li 22c Fancy Sugar-Cured Cot tage Rolls, lbij .... .. ...23c Swift's Preium Bacon, 'L-i!lb.;..........rlL...4.....42c Swift's Empire Fancy Bacon, lb. ...Ll 32c Fancy Heavy Bacon ... 22c Fancy Bacon Squares, 16c 73c $1.43 lb. No. 5 Lard ... No. 10 Lard . Our Fresh Fruit and Vegetable departments are complete and replete with the finest fruit and vegeta bles to be had. Head Let tuce, , Cucumbers, Ripe ;Toatoes, Celery, New Beets, Carrots Gree n Corn, Swe e t Poatoes, Peaches, Pears, Canta loupes, Muskmelons, Wa termelons, Berries, i Plums, Bananas, Oranges, Sunldst j Lemons, Grape Fruit. f v Qur Delivery Cars cover the entire city daily, also spe cial trips are made to West Salem and others outside the the city. Whenever possible order early in the week. BUY FROM A STORE WITH THE :v range Color Front , . .- . It's Your Gurantee of Service Plus Quality Xv . yv "'J? L' LOGIN JUICE Hi mm JELLY T People of Salem are Asked toj Try Local Products and Help Boost Them The people of Balem are being asked by the loganberry growers to assist in findinK a market for their; product. The interests oi the city and country are mutual. and with our great acreage or lo ganberries we ean bring millions of dollars to thia valley annually it there is a market. The regular markets have not been able to ab sorb the product and the plan hag been hit upon to have the people of Salem buy ; norae themselves. and also write to their friends In the past asking them to buy the product. The growers feel that they have a product that will give value re ceived In evrryl instance and the people of Salem can afford to ask their friends to buy it. In fact Ithey are doing their friends a favor by calling their attention to the delicious products of the loganberry vine, j Threw Prottpcts Offered J.E. Crothers has been taklnff an interest In the sale of 1 the lo ganberry locally, and he Is very anxious to establish a market for the product of the growers around Salem. There are three kinds of products, offered for sale. The first is -a pure loganberry juice which has been generally exploit ed and favorably received. Then there Is the jelly made from logan berry juice and Hood River Moun tain Maid pectin. Will Busick pronounces this an unusually fine jelly, and his familiarity with jel lies is well known. In addition to this jelly there has been pre pared some jam which is pro nounced by all who have tasted it as being a delight to the palate and a joy to the housewife in se lecting the delicacies of her menu. Will Canvas Salem Under i the guidance of Mr. Crothers the plan Is being per fected to canvass the city. The women will be asked to buy one or all kinds of these products. They will also be asked to write letters to their f riends recommend ing these products and ask then) to send an order. The women will! not be expected to do this until they have, consumed their supply, or at least enough of it to warrant them asking their friends to purchase. Mr. CrotherB believes that every woman, in Salem who purchases will be a booster for the logan berry and will be glad of the op portunity of helping, the growers In the surrounding territory to find a market for their crops. It Is possible to reach out from Salem in this way and find a mar ket for a good many tons of logan berries, and many believe that these tons marketed in this way will take up the surplus and en able; the regular markets to handle the crop in future years. , V Liberty Loganberry Juice is the trade name of the bottled ar ticle being explpited by Mr. Croth ers, I whose farm with his logan berry plantation is on route 4, In the Liberty district. The jam goes under the title of Sun Jam, and it is especially fine with ice cream as a sundae. The products are so good that if their merits can be made known over a sufficiently, wide territory they win. cenamiy resJult In a great re vival In the loganberry industry. SERVICE OPEN IT U1BY Rev. Lowelh Will Open Serv- L 111 t I . a ices Wednesday at yum- aby ; Park The services at the Quinaby Park tabernacle,' eight miles north of Salem, on the Oregon Electric railway, open : on Wednesday eve ning with a sermon by Rev. G." L. Lovell, presiding elder of the Sa lem! district of! the Evangelical church. : ' At the ; morning services of Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Rev. E. C. Farnham, of Portland First church, will conduct a pre liminary study of the three-year course of Christian education for teachers. There will be religious meetings during the afternoon and evening of leach day also. On Sunday. August 17, Rev. V. L. Faraham of New York City and now enroute to Chang-sha, China, will speak at 11 a. m. The sermon on Sunday at 3 p. m. will be delivered by' Rev. C. P. Gates of Portland. A cordial welcome is extended to everyone to attend these meet ings. Come to camp in the fine grove and shade. Tents can be rented and meals can be had on the -grounds at very reasonable prices. ' ' ' -All the trains on , the Oregon Electric railway will stop on Sun day ;at the grounds. ; ; ; ; M las ' Florence v Bower " o f Ada mans, Ariz., spent the past few days' visiting at the home of her A A lU ' v. -A :: 'i.- ::: . J ; .,, i of the endocrine' Eland Crowe asked; . , ' is the function of the disorders theory, Mr "What pineal gland ?' - h -' V; "It regulates the balance of other f ndOf'rine glands,- answered the lo.'tor. " "- - -i; Ianl in.ltoubt i' "Is it iiot a fact tliat niedical men know practically nothing sT the functibn of the pinoal gland?" asked th prosecutor. i, "Some of!' them,: ,' replied Dr. Ilulbert.' i i "Isn't t a fact that there is some question that the pineal is a gland at .all?" asked Mr. -Crowe. "Yes, ijn some people's minds," replied tlie witness. t The endocrine.?. Dr. Ilulbert qnumeratHl as six in number, all ductless, the thryoid, thyemus. pineal,, pituitary, adrenals and sex glands, the last two in pairs. Dr. Ilulbert i was being cross examined! on the report of patho logy found in Leopold when court adjourned until tomorrow. He had been (on the witness stand two full days; and the greater part of a third, tt was indicated he would be dismissed before noon tomor row and Clarence S. Darrow. chief counsel for the defense, said that the. defense would rest before ad journment., lie added that - the defense had not more than three or 'j.four additional witnesses to offer. They will include Allan Loeb , I andV Foreman ' Leopold, brothers respeetjvely of Richard anid Nathan. The state has a list of approxi mately fifty rebuttal witnesses. including four alienists. . The hearing will require at least the remainder of this wek, according to the estimates of the attorneys. . 4 - - ' Correct - this sentence: "Don't worry. Willie.", said the mother; "I can-bHy more ink and the rug is old, anyway," A BRJBAT MOVIE STAR ., The greatest ' movie star of them,, all is soon to visit Salem Wednesday, August 20. This il lustrious member of the studio stars carries his own physician with him in the person of Dr. Robert Cunning and a graduate nurse. Miss Elsie Munson The star in question is making its first personal appearance and is no less a one than Joe Martin, himself, which is one of the features of the Al G. Barnes four-ring wild animal circus. j Joe is said to be the most valu able animal in all the world, and no less than four persons are con stantly engaged looking' Rafter Joe's comfort. A specially de signed wagon fitted with hot wa ter heat and fans has-been pro vided by the mechanics of the Barnes circus and Joe will lead the life of a real star during his tour of the United; t States this year. ' , j . Indian Spectacle i A collosal y dramatic, presenta tion of the,; events in the life of tlie ony American Princess forms the outstanding feature of the Al G. Barnes four-ring wild animal circus, which is coming to Salem Wednesday, August 20. "Poca hontas at the Court of Queen Anne" is the title of the all new spectacle presented by Barnes this year. The story is one of which all school children , are familiar and it is presented upon a scale of magnificance unusual under canvass. Three tribes of real In dians add historical color to the pageant and one tribe in particu lar, the Escondidoes, have never been off the reservation before. They are the tribe, in which the girl's faces are tatooed in certain ways to denote if they are mar ried or single. Special permis sion was granted by the govern ment for the Al G.; Barnes circus to engage this tribe for the sea son's tour. Many new animal fea tures will be presented and crit ics who have seen the show de clare this season's perofrmance to be Al G. Barnes' best effort. COMPANY MAKE S RECORD SALES MacDonald Auto Co. Sell Five Hupmobiles During 4 t First Week ; ' The MacDonald Auto company located at Ferry and Cottage, took put the Ilupmobile agency about jten days ago. Since that time the jcorapany has done a record busi ness selling five Hupmobiles. j : R. N. MacDonald,; manager of the company, reports the follow--ing Ilupmobile sales; J. II. Flour hoy, director of Sales of the Amer ican Fidelity Investment company, ia five passenger touring; Profes sor Hobson, head of the music de partment of Willamette university, jfive passenger; sport; Mr. Stille, jmanager of the Guthrie theatres, tour passenger coupe A. C. Wells and B. II. Barber, five passenger touringa. ; - ? Besides handling the Hupmobile the company is the Packard dis tributor for this district. said, he was unable to point out on various X-ray plates one phy sical defect in either defendant which accounts for-this crime, as demanded by Mr. Crowe. . In his attack on; the functional aKi olO Si-'EWi WEDNESDAY, AUGUST L, . ' - ! ) J 1 ; ..; . 1 .. . " - Grand stand Chair Seats on Sale at Patton's Book Store. v r . - - . - ... 1 1 rmmmL I ftfl m 11 K 1 -r1 . 1 T-J-0 HAJ5JUVT ORTRAYAt. or Eorrj :n THt urc ofthz ONtV AMrFUCXN PRINCESS tP0 I : Over Two .Thousand Wild Animals MORE VILD ATilMAL PERFORMERS TllX ALL OTHER SHOWS COMBINED O' :--- fi MEET THE GREATEST KOVIE CT&D nPTHFM ALL 1 H -V 1 STATE KNOCKS PHANTASY LIFE DEFENSE CASE (Continued from page 1) ; had seen readily through the dis sembling. ''' '. Kvnminaiion Not Proof The mental pathologist said that a physical examination would not indicate a man was mentally sick, nor that he harbored crimin alistic tendencies. Therefore, he A SOURCE OF MANY ILLS A great ' proportion of stomach trouble ; aside froth cancer or ulcers, is due to reflex irritation from the rectum or colon. - ..Un aware to you, Piles or other rectal disorder may be the cause of jour ill health. , ? : TV,- aucfess of mv non-sureical treat ment over many years en ablet me to JUAtUM 1 EE to cure any case; of Pilea or re fund the patient' fee.- Writa today fo my FREE iIlurtreKj book. '4 DEAN.M.ainc sTrt; ANO iMNopposrrt court house z r .tUAND.CaZCOM - JohiJ J. Rbttlfe's PEGIWL 1 SALE " -" : - :':-:; i ' ' "T " un Exacdy Of Discohtiniieid and Broken Lilies of Shoes for Women arid Growing Girls Consisting of Patent, Suedes j Kid and Calfskin Leathers and Satins in Slippers, Pumps, Sandals and Oxfords. All kinds of heels and sizes to be found in these lots. ; Priced at thei Following for Quick Cleanup - Your choice in this lot con sisting of all kinds of brok en, lines, a snap at $1.95 "Walk-Over" make, values including $10.00 grades, to clean up at A Pair ralu es up to $6.00, priced for quick sale at A Pair Values up to $8.50, a wonderful buy at $4.85 Pair Values up to $7.50. .You must see them for yourself to appreciate, cut to Pair 1 SEE OUR WINDOWS for DISPLAYS JOHN 'J. R OTTLE Shoes arid Hosiery 415 STATE STREET and 114 N. LIBERTY STREET - 4 a ' ; w j r 4 ; t- i i f r k t 4 4 - a , i k -.'.-L - V 4 . .' . f .-. '-'a I " . 4 -l . i I 4 4 4 j i 1 . 4 - j -' 4 :" sister Mr, Tt'Pt '5Tnsico.