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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OBEGON
SUNDAY MOItNING, APRIL 25, 1926
THE HILL FlIBAL
Tn rr- nai Tiipnniii
Will Be Held Under Auspices
of the Capital Typograph
The f rmeral of Harry H. Hill,
who dlecSlate Friday night at his
home. 132. Miller street, will be
held oil Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the Rigdon mortuary.
The time was postponed from to
morrow afternoon in order to
await the arrival of his sister,
Mrs. Charles F. Moody, who, on
receiving the news of the death of
her brother, started to Salem from
her home in Bismarck. N. D.
The services will he under the
Uair Dry, Brittle
from Constant i
Waving, Curling J
The constant' curling and wav
ing demanded by present styles in
bobbed hair, slowly burns the col
or, lustre and very life from tne
Xhalr, leaving it dry. faded, brittle,
.Jand full of dandruff: then the
liair roots shrink and the hair falls
A Since eirls lust must curl ana
wave the hair to appear their
prettiest, try "Danderine" to off
set any bad effects. After the
first application your hair will
take on new life and that healthy,
youthful lustre, become incompar
ably soft, wavy and appear- twice
as thick and abundant. Falling
hair stops and dandruff disap
pears. A 35-cent bottle of refreshing
"Danderine" from any drug store
or toilet counter will do wonders
for an v girl's hail, It speajright
to the goots. invigorates, nourish
es and1?Ttrogthens them, helping
the hair to grow thick, healthy
and luxuriant. Adv.
auspices of Capital Typographical
union. Hallie Hinges will sing.
Rev. Charles E. Ward of the First
Congregational church will offici
ate. : - : ;
Besides the immediate members
of his family mentioned in the an
nouncement of his death yester
day, Mr. Hill left two brothers.
Frank Hill, in Minnesota, and
Leon Hill, who was for a long time
in the United States navy. Mr.
Hill's mother died In Salem in
1904. He came to Salem from
Frand Forks, N. D., in August,
1901, and took charge of the lino
type machines in The Statesman
office, holding that position till
1920, when he went to the state
printing office. He was one of
the best machinists in the whole
country, and a very high class
printer. He was also a fruit grow
er, having fine cherry and straw
berry ,. and loganberry holdings
south of Salem. His loss will be
deeply felt by the craft, and by
many friends, who will remember
his fine qualities, displayed in
many ways. Mr. Hill was born
May 1, 1874. He would have been
52 had he lived till next Saturday.
Mrs. M. D. Pilkenton and Mrs.
Paul R. Hendricks of Salem are
sisters of Mrs: Hill.
SEEN IN FILM PUtlf
"Soul Mates," Elinor Glyn
Picture, Comes to Heilig
Scenes in an aerial express of
the type which flies between Lon
don and Paris were filmed for the
first time by Director Jack Con
way for Elinor Glyn's "Soul
Mates," at the Heilig theater to
day and Monday. Scenes showing
the embarkation in London and
the arrival in Paris of the huge
machine are scenes of an actual
embarkation and arrival filmed
abroad while the interior scenes
were photographed in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
studios within a
set accurately reproducing the in
side of such a plane.
The passengers on this trip in
clude Aileen Pringle as Velma.
heroine of the story, and Edmund
Lowe as Lord Tancrod, her bride
groom, flying from her in a huff
to obtain a divorce at the French
capital. On finding themselves
fellow passengers on the plane
they effect a reconciliation. The
scene is one of the most interest
ing ever filmed by reason of the
novelty of its setting. '
balls. 5e: green ball. 4e: calf. 12e; kip
S; flint dryr 12e; aaltad Sc; horaa aide
?&el. - w -
WOOL. Half blooa sad valley fin.
S2e; three-eights blood. 30a3e: kn
quarter. 28 iOc ; Eastern Oregon, Waait
inftoa sad Idaho reach etipa, 26c
BW TOKX HOPS
NEW YORK. N. Y., April 23 (By Aa
aoeiatad Press.) I lops steady; state
25, 5096Oe; IS 24, 304rS5e; Pacific
coast, 9ia, 27031c; 1924, 23Q26e.
PORTLAND. Aoril 2S (Br Associated
Press) Oregon potatoes $3.75 fai 4; Netted
uetas, 944.50 ewt.t cabbage, 4.50(J
96.00 ewt. Bunch vegetables: Green an
ions, 3035 dos. benches; onions $1.50
2.75; beets, 85 & 40c turnips, SOc;
carrots. 2540e dos. bunches; garlic,
17ta20e lb.; peppers. SOc per lb;
squash, 23o lb. ; celery. $6g8 per.
crate; eggplant, 20c lb.; tomatoes, S5(
$6.50 lug; lettuce, Imperial valley, Calif
ornia, a-t5u(ga crate; artieaokea. 75a
doz; green beans 20c lb; new peas IS-.
17c; Brussels sprouts, 13c lb.; rhubarb,
3H4e lb.; hothouse encumbers. 1.50
3.50 dot.; asparagus, 10a13. b.: Vocal.
$1.50 1.60 per doz. bunches; sweet po
tatoes. 6 8 Vic lb.; new potatoes, 79c.
FRUITS, NUT 8
PORTLAND. April 23. Fruits
Oranges, $5.00 fe-5.73 crate; lemons,
$5.50 6.50; bsaas, 80c; pears, nomi
nal; grapefruit, $6 8; strawberriea
$3.00 4.00 crate; locals, $6.5067.00
Apples Washington Wlnesaps, extra
fancy, $2; fancy. $1.75; C grade. $1.25;
Oregon Spitzenburga. extra fancy, $1.50
($1.75; fancy, $1.25(1.35; C grade,
S1.15&1.2S; Rome Beauty, fancy, $1.50;
Xewtowns. extra fancy, $2 2.25; fancy,
$1.75(32; C grade. $1.25 1.60; cookers.
Nuts Walnuts, No. 1, 19 26c pound;
filberts, nominal; almonds, 30 & 34c lb.;
Brazil nuts. 2027e lb.; Oregon chart
outs, nominal; peanuts, 10lle.
Press.) Buying prices : Valley tuoethy
2 ; do eastern Oregon, $22.50 ; alfalfa
$1930 20; clover nominal; - oat hay
$20; eat and- vetch. $21; straw $9 par
Selling, prices $2 a ton mora.
SEW YORK, April 24. (By Associat
ed Press.) Evaporated apples alow;
prunes irregular; apricots and peaches,
CHICAGO, III., April 23. (By Asso
ciated Press.) POTATOES Receipts, 83
ears; total U. S. shipments, 408; Can
ada, 35; on track, 421; trading very
slow; market unsettled and weak; few
sales; Wisconsin sacked round whites,
$4(g4.25; Minnesota sacked round whites,
$3.60(4.15; Idaho sacked Russets, $4
4.25; tew, $3.75; Canadian sarked varie
ties, $3.25 3.50; new stock Florida bar
rel Spalding Rose No. 1. $10 tell; Texas
sacked Blibs Triumphs, $6(y6.S0.
DAISY EXCHANGE '
PORTLAND. April 23. (By Associated
Press.) Net prices: Butter extras 38 Vie;
standards 38c; prime firsts 87 r; firsts
37'c; eggs, extras 28c; fivats 2Cc; pul
lets 24c; current receipts tttc.
I General Markets I
PELTS SHEEP. long dry, le; sort,
nominal: salted. $11.25; short. 25'
SOc; salted goats, long, 75c$l; dry
goats, long. 16 pound.
CASCARA BARK Steady, 7e pound;
Oreeon grape root nominal.
HOPS 1925 crop clusters 24 25c.
1-yesr contracts, 20c a pound.
HIDES Salted, 6c; green, 5c; salt
PORTLAND, April 24. (By Associat
ed Press.) Saturday's receipts, rattle 30
hend, one carload held for Monday's mar
ket. No hogs or sheep.
Receipts for the week (approximate),
cattle 2850; calves 295 ; hogs 4245; sheep
1205; total receipts 131 carloads.
Cattle: Compared week a so: Most
classes steady with weakness on weighty
and off quality light beef steers and
strength on she stock and bulls. Week's
bulk prices: Beef steers $7.75 to $8.75;
rows and heifers $5(i$7; top heifers
$7.25; top cows $7; csnners and cut
ters I2.50W4.50; bulls $4.506; calves
$7'" 9: lights vealer ut to $12.
Hogs, compared with week ago: Killing
classes 10c to 25c lower; feeders steady; J
week's bnlk prices: Light butchers $13.75 I
to $14.10; nothing over $13. t0 after
Monday; weightier kinds $13.50 down;
packing sows $9.50(Vi 10.50 ; slaughter
pigs quotable $13 to $13.75; best light
feeder pigs $15 to $15.25; strong
weiehts 14 to. $14,50.
Sheep nominally steady with week asro:
A few spring la in lis $13.50 to $14.50:
old crop wooled lambs qnotable up to
$12; yearlings to $10.50; ewes to $8.50.
6:00-7:00 KFWV (212), Sunday con
cert. Mischa Pels's orchestra.
7:30 10.00 KGW (491), 7:30-9:00,
church services; 8:00-10:00. concert.
7:50-9:00 KOIN (319), church services.
6:0O KFO (428.3), San Francisco. 6:0O
6:30. orchestra: 6:35-8:35. concert or
chestra: 8:35-10:00. Rudy Seiger's or
chestra. 6:30 KFON (232.4), Long Beach. 6:30
7:30 program: 7:43-9:00, church pro
gram; 9:W10:"00, orchestra.
6:30 KNX (336.9), Hollywood. 6:30-
7:00, church service; 8:00-9:00. serv
ice; 9:00-10:30, classical program.
7:00 KFI (467), Los Angeles. 7:00
7:30. string ensemble: 7:30-8:00, popu
lar program; 8:00-9:00, Aeolian or
gan. Dan L. MeFarland : 9:00-10:00.
Syncopators; 10:00-11:00. dance or
chestra. 7:00 KHJ (405.2) Los Angeles. 7:00
8:00 church service; 8:00-10:00. music
7:15 KJR (384.4) Seattle. 7:15-7c30.
organ recital; 7:30-9:00. church serv
ices; 9:00-10:30, orchestra.
7:30 KQW (231). San Jose. 7:30-9:30.
7:45 KTAB (239.9) Oakland. 7:45,
service: 9:30-11.00, church.
7:45 KCO (361.2). Oakland. 7:15,
- church services.
8:00 KFWI (226) San Francisco. 8:00-
9:00. church services; 9:00-10:00.
studio program, voice and instrumental;
8:4.1 KPSN (315.H). Pasadena. 8:45
9:45. artists' ensemble.
9:f0 KFWB (252). Hollywood, 9:00
11:00, Sunday nijht frolic, dance orchestra.
Portland Northern Pacific
brings first 10 de luxe observation
PORTLAND, April 21. (By Associated
Press.) Wheat, BBB, hard white, April
May 1.4; June $1.47; hard white. BS.
BT. April, May, June $1.47; hard white
feeder April. May $1.45; soft white. April,
May $1.49; western white April, May
$1.496 hard winter, northern spring,
western red, April. May $1.42.
Oats, No. 2, 36-pound white feed, do
grav. April. May, Jnne $28.
Corti, No. 2, EY shipment. April,
$33.50x May $33.75: June.A31.00.
Millrnn, standard, April, May $23;
PORTLAND. April 2 1. (By Associated
"People have been thinking too
long of milk as merely some
thing to use in tea or coffee."
Says the Farmer Boy.
Milk is a food not just
something to be mixed with
tea or coffee. It should be
eaten not swallowed
quickly. To sip Fairmount's
milk, slowly means to get
the full value of the health
building elements it con
tains. As a health precau
tion order Fairmount milk
there's a difference.
)a.Aa e-V KMnSttrT9C
VZuYi- BOTTIC0 THE SANITARY WAY i-i5W
TO HEILIG THEATRE
"Flander's Fields" Taken
During World War, to
Show in Salem
Actual motion pictures taken on
tne Western front at the cost of
fourteen members of the signal
corps of the United States army
will be shown at the Heilig theater
this Wednesday and Thursdav
under the auspices of the Veter
ans of Foreign Wars of this city
The proceeds of this show will be
used to finance the cost of the
Post's new set of colors and re
plenish their relief fund. The boys
have undertaken a big responsibil
ity in taking over the Heilig thea
ter, but with the hearty cooDera-
tion of the membership and their
many friends the show will un
doubtedly be one of the biggest
successes ever put over by the
The name of this remarkable
signal corps picture is "On Flan
ders Field." and is an authentic
picture; released by -the govern-1 terent to those who make war. for
ment as official. If yon don't grip I aggressive purposes. '6n Flanders
the arms of your, chairs and be-J Field." showing as It does the sol-
come excited at many of the scenes
In "On Flanders Field" It mast be
because yon didn't "get" the world
war while it was on. Anyone who
can se such a sight and not feel
a tightening of the throat or be
profoundly stirred certainly must
be impervious to the instinct of
patriotism or humanity. Nothing
could be more eloquent of the fact
that the boys underwent a tre
mendous sacrifice, and displayed
magnificent courage. When you
see on the screen hair-raising ac
tion. action that meant death
for so many of the participants
wnen line strong young men are
seen to rush forward and sudden
ly crumple in a heap you realize
that you are watching one of the
greatest dramas ever enacted
the irst time in history that the
happenings of a war were pre-1
served in visible form just as they
You will be more than thrilled
when giant steamers turn on end
and plunge to their watery grave
as shown in the "Log of the U-35"
the German submarine picture
captured by our destroyers which
is also being shown. As the years
go on such scene will have more
value, and will be a powerful do-
diers as they worked,
fought is; a powerful
real life that -everyone
drama' of .
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