The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 24, 1928, Page 1, Image 1

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    Eleventh Annual Bargain Day in Salem Is Announced For Friday, Most of Merchants Offering Same" Prices Saturday; 60 Sign Up
Our 24 Cent a Pound Protective Tariff Duty May Be Needed; English Hop Industry Faces a Crisis; See Slogan Pages of Today
$3Ceather forecast: Fair hut fog near the
coast. Cooler In the Interior of west por
tion normal humidity, gentle variable
winds. Maximum temperature yesterday
76, minimum 53, river -.1, rainfall none,
atmosphere clear, wind northwest.
Seventy-eighth year
v 1
Representative of Supreme
Assembly Speaker; Of
ficers Installed
Representatives of 18 Groups
Throughout State Leave Early
Saturday Evening; Program
Proves Interesting
The Rainbow girls, represent-
4al aaDAmftllAa vv ittmn
bate' come, held their- second
grand assembly, and departed
again for their respective homes.
W Ul AO V 11' V U CUl DUU1 I I V "
- . - '
1 denarttirA of their train nortb at
IS s.'Mn.r.V moi-Vaf ha .final
r4 ' event fn iHa twn-rtr nrniram.
'I Hfr rtavM Wriirht nf CalctnT was
V toast-mistreFe at the-banquet, at
tended by 200 delegates and visit
ing members.
Supreme Officer Speaks
Each delegate and grand offi-
V ' ' the banquet as a parting token
from Chad wick assembly. No. 3.
I of Salem. Miss Gussie Kites,
H worthv matron of Chadwick cnap-
ter. Order of the Eastern Star of
Salem, lead the banqueters in
community singing, with Miss
A Vary Cupper, past worthy advisor
,4 1 the Salem assembly, at the pi-
- ano.
Carl G. Tipton, supreme depu
ty of the. Order of the Rainbow,
spoke briefly V"be group. Mrs.
Lillia M. Clement, mother advisor
of KrWi Washington assembly
' Ko:Ptg tft Portland, spoke upon
pThe KajaDow Trail." i
. Principle Stressed
Mrs. Rose E. Dowd, a member J
JHSMfwMi Star wove into her
tawon "The, End of the Jour
ney." the theme of following the
principles of right Jiving. Mrs.
M.iy Talkington. mother advisor
ofhe LaGrande assembly. No.
13, spoke of the 'friends that are
formed In the Rainbdw work as
bring the treasures found in "The
Pot of Gold."
Miss Anne Steele, Evangeline
aFeen3fclylNo. 5, Eugpne. who was
earlier lnkhe day installed grand
t worthy, advisor for the coming
JT made a few remarks. asking,
.t help and assistance in ner new
wrrk; and Miss Marguerite Wil
Ipmin, past grand-worthy advisor,
expressed appreciation of the co
operation she had received the
Billy Cupper, of the Salem as
past year.
sembly, cang two solos,, accom
panied by Mary Cupper, and Mar-
ret Brown, also of the hostess
assembly, gave a reading.
In the morning, individual au-
monila trios were made through
iti rrounds of the various Insti
tutions and about the city, with
the Rirls meeting at the f gov
ernor's office at 11 o'clock from
(Ctiaaet a pat yj
frsgedV Occurs ln Virginia While
Aviation Officer on Way to
$ ' FILE. Va.. June 23. (AP)
The marine corps lost today Its
i - iitd moil colorful aviator
V in the death of Maior Charles A.
Luts, J when the giant trl-motored
t akker transport plana, he 1 was
04lattnE to Nicaragua crashed hero
k'2Si4Ung him and two othls crew
V"55id lnjnrtng the third.
f Major Lttti
. ard C. - Bush
" lief jpilot, 1
Luti and Lieutenant How-
bey of Washington; re-
were killed Instantly,
their, bodies being thrown more
thdn.SQfeet from the plane.. Cor-
, m m
poraf IX C." MeChesney of Detroit,
. I rtitian - mechanician also
. L . ti.a-ww w . . . '
r wa tirAwm clear of the wrecked
V machine, and died of his Injuries
. ltuintw hours later.
tinl , Reeder . Nichols of
"Forco,; Alaw radio operator,
was aefoaly injured, and was
taken to the home of a Mr. An
'vtfersdj near Sport, Va. -
His reeovery . Is expected.
f arM1ltil aaora than an hours
flight from Its starting vtace, the
BtW station, at Anacostla; D.
fT" thV large plane passed over
4 Fllo and (hen . returned T shortly
elrcling tlte.c town : apparently - to
. hHm 1 a nA rAm Inr Ann
. 'fnii-wffh a rtn An a tun In.
(O-atiaaei ea sasa t)
Phono &raphEvctngelist
Battle to Noisy Draw
AH erraath of Ordinance Forbidding Sermons on Streets
Within Fire Limits is Noted; Speakers Move Jo State
Street East of High; Walk Has Saturday Bath
Yesterday afternoon shoppers were treated to a pitched
battle between a Victor record with a loud needle and curb
stone evangelists with leather lungs. This was the aftermath
of the passing of an ordinance curbing the curbstone evange
lists, who may no longer speak within the fire zone. The
region of the intersection of
to be a favorite hiving place
Merchants in the vicinity
used various means of voicing their displeasure. All the jcle-
rices used were simple and were
Lamberts Will Begin Coming This
Week; Loganberries Ar
riving Now
The black cherry "deals" are
on. Two cars of Bings were rolled
yesterday, on their way to east
ern markets. One was shipped
by the Salem Cherry. Growers' as-,
The other was shipped
t v , . augh in hell, and I will laugh
O. E Brooks manager of the down at frQm heaven,..
association, said last night that , WheQ
there are some Bings left, towards . w .
another car; but they are coming rUP?""rB t0k "P a ,pof J" ln
in very slowly. The Lamberts, he' notlJer 8tor Bame
said, will be coming in by the mid-dstrlc,t' employees decided that
die of the week. But he does not'"1? dewalks needed a cooling
expect much above 10 -cars thu:bh nad had dT ' hot
year, in all, againet what would u? "d had Preriously been sub
have been 50 cars, at least, with a,ected to a fire and brimstone
fuir crop by member-growers of treatment; a nice cool scrubbing
the association. j was only the Just desert of the
The Mr. Root of Hurst & Root P" sidewalk, and a scrubbing it
is M. E. Boot, heavy shipper of. ot. The splashing waterwashed
pears, etc, from the Med ford dlsthe feet of the evangelist, and
trlct. Hurst & Root are staking soaked his trousers to his knees,
over all the "deals" of Detany & but did not in the least dampen
Co. and other shippers hereout- bis ardor; and he kept right on.
side of the association, excepting , Before , both stores a crowd of
that Of Young & Wella.' amused oalookera gathered to see
; Toung A Wells have not showed
up yet, though they hare been
busy on their cherry "deal" .at
Lewiston. Idaho, and may be
waiting to finish that before
showing up here.
The Other Fmita
Strawberries, cherries, red h&
ack raspberries and loganberries
black raspberries and loganberries
r all rmninar finn to the finnrt-
Iam nH iolr1i hnnlJi.' thAIIVll
strawberries are shading off fast. (AfcreJeour men were seriously.
Baker, Kelly & McLaughlin are lnwo,Vwo probably fatally, and!
almost through with strawberries. thi-NeclWB river is being searched,
but are taking on loganberries and 9ti bodle following an explosion
will put up a few hundred 450 nlWd the Italian tanker Ca
barrels of these. iPeAJfbading benxine at the Mag-
" Libby, McNeill A Libby had nc4a.v petroleum company docks!
heaw receints of loganberries at .fwly this morning. The'
all points yesterday. Liberty. Sa-tbl jid a crew of 35. The ex
tern. Brooks, Gervais, Woodburn pls)ocls believed to have" occur
(Coatinacd on ptve 6.)
Meeting Here Wednesday Evening
to Flaa Entertainment
. plans for entertaining the 30
or 40 middle west farmers who
will be brought to Oregon next
week by the Great Northern rail
road company to view the agricul
tural potentialities of the Willam
ette valley, will be made -at va
meeting of representatives of the
Aurora, Hubbard. Woodburn. Mt.
Angel. Silvertoa. Stayton and Sa
lem commercial OTganixatlons at
the Salem chamber of commerce
rooms Wednesday eTening.f'
The land seekers will he met at
Portland Monday ' morning." July
2. by representatives of the Au
rora, Hubbard . and . Woodburn
commercial clubs,; who will escort
them over the' northern - part of
the county and ' deHver" them In
Salem in time for the regular
Monday chamber ' of 'commerce
luncheon. " . 1 ' '.
Afternoon they will be taken In
tow by the Mt. Angel, SUverton
and Stayton business men' and
shown the eastern and southern
parte of the county, stopping at
Stayton for dinner at C p. m. They
will spend the -night In Salem and
will be set here by the Albany
chamber of commerce members
Tuesday morning, for the, trip
through Linn county.
officials; see review
Other Dignl-
State departments were well
represented at the annual review
of the Oregon troops held at Camp
Clatsop Saturday.
Among state official and em
ployes -who attended the review
were Governor Patterson, Secre
tary of State Koxer, State Treas
urer Kay, Beatrice Walton, pri
vate secretary of, Governor Pat
terson. and Seymour Jones, state
market agent.
Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Xoser and
Mrs. Kay accompanied' their hus
band. -
State and High' streets seemed
for the sidewalk orators.
did not relish the services and
effective in conveying their mes
sage, but did not drive the speak
ers from their places.
One merchant installed a pho
nograph having good volume with
in the doorway of his store. Its
langurous rhythm was in sharp
contrast to the fiery oratory that
it was attempting with consider
able success to drown, but its vol
ume was a nice balancer for the
vocal efforts of the speaker. When
a customer, whom the speaker
mistook for for an attache of the
store, came out on the street the
speaker greeted him with
. "Oh, the brother laughed when
he started the phonograph, but I
laughed too; I like good music.
And Bom. d thttt hrnthAr wl,J
tkeftterostlng contests, but re-
fused to show special sympathy
for either side
.Xfjffife Expected
L' Explosion
to Die Follow,
on Tanker
Texas. Jnn 24
redflhvthe boiler room.
The', above picture shows D..W.
Eyre," president, and Fredrick S.
Lamport. A "vice " president of the
UnitedVStates National bank re
ceiving ffom .Wesley Helse. prest
denC and. Charles Kay Bishop, sec
retary, of the YMCA Junior' board
o f directors tho ilrst deposit of
tho THCA' endBwnjnTt-'fnnd. n
Many Toung Men's Christian
associations "through on the Unit
ed SUtes are sfcfrtnroment
fanK( the proceed oj walch are
used to maintain and extend the
workf the assoeUtton. In their
respoetfve cities millions of dol
Ur are used in this way. The
Salem 'Association la Just begin
nlng (o(butld up melt a fund. .
: Tne 'junior board of directors
Commercialization of Natur
al Beauty Spot Decided by
Salem Folk
Purchaser Gets Advantage of
County's Expenditures for
Good Roads; Complaint
Made to Chamber
Disapproval is being voiced by
Salem people who like to make
pleasure jaants to Silver Creek
Falls, at what they believe is too
much commercialization of a na
tural beauty spot.
One local business man, who be
lieves the falls area should be pre
served for the enjoyment of all
with but a nominal fee, express
ed the objectionable commercial
features in a letter to the local
chamber of commerce, which has
spent considerable time and mon
ey in advertising the falls. The
letter, however, was not present
ed to that body following relation
of the facts to one of the chamber
Initial Fee Raised
His objections, like those of
others, are two-fold, First, camp
ground people at the entrance to
the falls have increased the fee
from 25 cents a car to 10 cents per
person, or practically doubled it.
This for visitors from town who
stay only an hour or so.
Second, a barricade has been
erected between the camp ground
and falls land, proper, presum
ably to charge an additional fee
to get a f limps of the falls, not in
iisui iiom iuo oarncaae ana en-
(CoUad ob par 6.)-.
Schooner Rammed by Another
Vessel, Report at New York
NEW YORK. June 24. (Sun
day) (AP) The radio "operator
at police headquarters reported
early today receipt of a radio mes
sage from the Tex line ship "Lake
Ellethorpe"- saying that while
passing Barnegat light she col
lided with an unidentified schoon
er. The schooner sank with all
hands aboard.
The commander of the "Lake
Ellethorpe" said he steamed back
and searched the vicinity but
could find no trace of the schoon
er or any member of her crew.
made tbe first payment Into theicently wrote an article Endow-
fund, each member making a per
sonal contribution. D. W. Eyre
and E. L. Wleder Immediately ad
ded to the sum. Many friends' of
th association feel that this is a
history making event and that It
is the beginning. of; a
portant development.
very m-
. The Junior board eonsista of 10
boys, all in schoeL They conduct
tnw affairs of the Junior division,
work with fboys. s Some j of the
boys', parents are on the regular
board of directors, in the ease of
Prank. Cross and ' Charles Kay
Bishop,' their fathers and grand
fathers were "directors of the as
sociation. -
John W. Cook of New Tork re-
Sixty Salem merchants, all leaders ln their . respective fields
of merchandising, have already signified their intention to par
ticipate in the eleventh annual bargain day on Friday of this
week, June 29, and it is expected that a much larger number will
be enrolled before the day arrives.
As in the past, Friday will be bargain day, but many of the
merchants will continue to offer the same low prices on Sat
urday. .Exceptional offerings will be made in all lines of businses,
with the specific intention of further establishing Salem's repu
tation as a place where the best may be obtained at surprisingly
low prices. The Statesman and the Capital Journal are sponsor
ing bargain day again this year.
Bargain day, which has been an annual event of great In
terest to out of town people as well as local residents for so
mffny years, promises to offer this year bigger values and a
greater variety than ever before, on account of the increased
number .of business firms taking part.
Particular attention is to be paid o out of town customers,
who on the bargain days will be extended every courtesy within
the city.
Special window displays will be made by many of the mer
chants, and goods so arranged that even casual inspection will
(Continued on pat S.)
Prison Heads Say Toung Bandits
'Model Prisoners, No Longer
A ball game, checkers and at
tendance at a Catholic service in
the prison chapel will today mark
the end of the first year's commit
ment to the state penitentiary of
Hugh, Ray and Roy D.Autremont.
The brothers are serving life
terms for the slaying of three
trainmen during the Siskiyou tun
nel hold up on October 11, 1923.
The youthful bandits were
dressed in at the prison a year
ago today and for the next few
months attracted large number
of visitors to the institutions.
Since then they have become a
permanent part of the prison ma
chinery, and their names are sel
dom mentioned by persons who
visit the penitentiary.
Officials said the boys have
proved model prisoners and have
not violated any of the prison
rules. Hugh,- the youngest mem
ber of,the"trldT la "em ployed in the
lime plant at the prison. Ray has
been assigned to . handling hog
fuel, while Roy has been working
steadily for several months in the
flax plant. They are devout Cath
olics and attend all services of
that denomination held in the
prison. 'i !
A few mouths ago the boys be
came interested in the study of
Spanish, which occupies their
time when not engaged in the pen
itentiary activities. Through the
courtesy of prison officials they
have been supplied with Spanish
textbooks and a dictionary. The
boys are ' allowed -to keeptbese
books in their cells.
Officials said the boys had nev
er made any complaint regarding
(Contiaod pag 5.)
lng and Extending a Great Cause"
published in the Association For
um, la which he. mentioned five
ways of . building ' up an endow
ment, bequests,' annuities, gifts,
bequest by lit v, Insurance aid
residuary legacies. .-
A large part of tho money com
ing to the TMCA - endowment
funds is through legacies in wills
or cod lefls d jrtlls. ,.: The .board
o directors. of the -Salem YMCA
has information of a-considerable
number 5 of Salem - citizens - who
have put the YMCA In their wUls.
Many associations, notably Bos
ton, Brooklyn, New York and Chi
cago have received large sums of
(Contlnued on page 11)
Total of 90000 Demanded for Re
turn of 2 Mining Men in
State of Jalisco
(AP) Federal troops have been
ordered out by the Mexican gov
eru.Dleni..t,0 PUr!Ua D FX rt,V violently opposed to the nomina
which kidnaped W. M. Mitchell Uon Qf A, Sm,th h momeQ.
and John P. Hooper. American tarily at ,eaet n the ba
mining men in the state of Jalisco from the ,ead who had
and are holding them for ransom lanned to concentrate public at
under threat of death. .J tentlon on allegations of corrup-
The bandits said to number 150 ti(m ,n government and in poli
men. also raided several iowns Ucg farm relJ Urlff nyMoh
and ranches, drove off cattle and and other Issues whJch t re
captured several Mexican workers gard ag tfae weafc ,n the
who later were released. publican armor.
Mitchell is understood to be the Soft Pedal Tried
manager of the Meequltal del oro( Jugt how f&j. tfce
ultra drys can
mines, property of the Pacific Min- the,r ,n conTen.
ing company in the Mesquital del ,on remaina future determln.
Oro camp in the state of Zacatecas. atJon but rtrelllg of thls ,8
f ,?,h .HOOe,r-, f 1 lT?en u at this time has been depre
definitely identified, the American cated a number the ,ea
embassy believes that he might be ome of whom trj opp08ed to
of the same company. gmUh and whQ uke the T,ew
GMd.laJ.tra vPr dispatches the democratlc rty mu8t go to
lLnhat the-oaadt demande,d the country not on a single Issue.
!;0Kftn, ,PC8 ,UP?T h on a series covering the
$1500) for the release of each of needg Qf tne hour
the captives while the American Tfae wanLa Btronger
embassy has received advices Irom
private sources that 18,000 (ap- cang KaBsaP Jaflt week and
proximately $9,000) have been ther6 naTe been flUggestlons tnat
demanded for both. - jsome of tnem may demand'a full
l do emuassy, wuicu uos uc
manded repreeentatios to the Mex-
lean foreign office for the safe
IS1? v Z ,
that Mitchell and Hooper were
going by automobile from Guada-
f.x. ;.," .v. .
lajara, Jalisco, to the mine Friday
morntnr. when the bandits sur
rounded them and took off the
Americans. They sent the Mexi
can driver back to Guadalajara
with a message demanding ran
Two Die in Crash at Del Monte,
. California; Yesterday
DEL MONTE. Cel.. June 23
(AP) Two men were killed to-
day when an airplane dropped in a
tall spin 2500 feet to crash two
miles -north of here. -The - dead
are Kenneth O. Mcintosh of San
Francisco and Clarence Cooke, Jr.,
of Honolulu, Frank W. Fuller of
San. Francisco, the pilot, was -un
The victims were well known in
California and the Hawaiian . Is
lands. .
Mcintosh was the son of C. K.
Mcintosh, president of the Bank
of California at San Francisco. He
is survived by a widow and two
children, aged 7 and 4.
Cooke, 23, was the son of Clar
ence Cooke, Sr.. bead of ' Lowers
and Cooke, said to be the largest
hank or the Hawaiian Islands.
Cooke's father left. San Francisco l
for Honolulu Wednesday. , He was
notified ' by wireless of his son's
death. .
Mr. and Mrs. William McOllcfarlst
to Leave Wednesday
On Wednesday , Mr. and Mrs.
William MeGilchrist," Sr., of this
city .will )eave for a trip to Eur
ope, with their old home near
Glasgow, Scotland, as their prin
cipal goal. It will be partly a busi
ness trip, as Mr. MeGilchrist still
owns' property there." They win
make visits to all parts of the
British Isles, and may wander
over to the mainland for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. MeGilchrist came
from Scotland in 1IJ1, nad lived
two years . - tn "Portland - - before
coming .to Salem.
Whether . or - not ., Mr. V MeGilch
rist will revert to native nabtts
and wear kiltj, depends largely
on" the -weather,' he baa confided
to friends. ..5, - v-;?.. i- ' ''" ; '
They nave round : trip tickets
Tood for a year, but may not bs
able to bold out thai long agalnai
Salem's attractions. - - -
Effort to Divert Attention to
Farm Aid Platform Proves
Democrats at Loggeriioade Over
Prohibition Question On Eve
or 1028 National Conven
tion at Houston
Associated Press Staff Writer
HOUSTON, Texas, June 23.
(AP). Prohibition has super
seded all other issues in the dis
cussion and arguments pending
the opening of the democratic
national convention Tuesday and
it may furnish the basis for a real
fight in the platform making
committee 11 not in the conven-
tion tsejf
Thus the nltrn rlrva whn urn
endorsement of the 18th amend-
a dec,aratlon against eUner re.
Pal or modification. Such a de-
and wo,d meet deter.
, . ... . . .
mined opposition from not only
the Smith, but other candidate
Moody Leads Drys
Dan Moody, Texas' youthful
and dynamic governor, is looked
- (Continued on page S.)
Callfornlans Find Oregon Section
Best for Purpose
MEDFORD. June 23. (AP) j
Headed by Friend W. Richardson.1
former governor of California. 200 j
members of the California Press
association will arrive Monday
morning at Ashland in special
cars on their annual summer out
ing. They will, he brought to this
citr by automobile and be the
guests of honor at a noon lunch
eon given by the service clubs of,
the city. In the afternoon theyj
will be taken to Crater lake where (
they will spend two days viewing
that scenic wonder.
An automobile caravan from
LKlamath Falls will then take the
visitors through the Klamath basin
lO iwnmam run, wn km;
entrain for home.
.- Oregon editors will assemble
hero Friday and locaV service
clubs will tender them a banquet
that evening. Saturday they will
Journey to Crater lake tor a week
end ' business session. A golf
tournament is to be the entertain
ment feature Friday- afternoon.
Governor to Ten Impressions Ci-
Have of Orecosi -
What do the people who inhabit
Chicago,, reputed center of .the
gunman industry, think ' of Ore
gon 7 Or do they know there is
such a place as Oregon? How
does it feel to talk to theusaads
of invisible auditors?
. These are the. questions which
the Salem chamber of comoree
has aske4 Governor L. Ii. Patter
son to answer when lie 4ddresaes
the members at Monday's loach
eon. .i '-
;'; The governor Is : oualifled Is
solve these problems for e rA
cently visited Chicago and broad
cast an . address on Oregon's his
tory ami development r poasiblll-
ties over the radio station of the
Cbtcago ' pally News. -' AddiUoaal
nubllslty w&s - g-Tn ' lbs auue
rccrht a pro f pictures in a
.-fttoxruie ts:t!oa of the New a.
IN i
Necessary Two Thirds Ma
ioritv at Houston Declared
Virtually No Chance Seen ot
Stopping Tammany Man
Managers Backing New York
Governor Take Attitude
, That Nomination by Bour
bons Can be Had at Any
AsHoriated Press Staff Writer
HOUSTON, Texas. June 23
(AP) Al Smith stands tonight c
close to the democratic presiden
tial nomination that his support
ers insist he can be put over at
any stage of the convention ballot
ing next week and his political
foes generally concede that only a
development not now in prospevt
can stop him.
There will be 1.000 delegate
votes in the convention. Twj
thirds, or 733 1-3. will be required
to nominate. Smith's backer
claim he has 710 first ballot votes
safely tucked away- and that at
any time he wants them he can
pick up enough more to clinch the
nomination in quick order. While
they are passing" the word that fa
vorite sons and other candidates
o iu uto ineir cnaace, iney nave
indicated they would not be sur
prised it some of them followed
the lead of Governor Ritchie f
Maryland and withdrew before the
result of the first ballot is an
nounced. Over 630 Admitted
Almost without exception.
Smith's opponents concede him al
least 650 votes. They are cling
ing to the hope, however, that !
tide still can be stemmed ane
enough delegates, chiefly from
the south and fsvorite son states,
held away to block his nomina
tion on an early ballot and briar
about a disintegration of - his
forces. , r.v
The political lieutenants of the
New York executive, who is not
on tbe scene, are looking to a
dozen, states to furnish the to le
gates they still need. His foes
have their eyes on the same staAee.
and several more, for the votee4
build up an anti-Smith coalition.
Both sides are claiming some, of
the same delegates and tbe lfne-
(Coatiaue4 3.) ,-,,,-
, r - . 4 . '
Governor ratterson Also Preeewt
to Inspect Oregon State Sol
diery at'CLUsop v '
23. (AP).- Pompous 'pageantry
of war, coupled '. with - tbe mosi
realistic demonstration of a bat
talkm in attack. ever seen in- thir
seetion of the country, - thriUed
between 1M0Q and 20.000 spa
tatora, representing all section!
the state, at this military rjan
campment today ; 1
It - was warfare minus those
bloody phases -which detract Ires
the romance of being a soldi.
structive warfare 'Is. - - 'S
It was a field of glinUng bay
onets," of belohlns;.-- eaanon.-of
bursting shrapnel. A-field whisk
in color, in action and la militar
operations, showed Just how ICse
game of warfare Is worked eat
on. battleflelda. ' u
With regimental flags flaunt
ing tho breese and bands playins,
tho entire 1 2nd infantry - brigade
and attached, units. Oregon asr
tlonal guard .under the jeonnaut
of ' Brigadier .General George Js
White,; passed In' review . befoee
Governor Patterson and MaJso
Gsneral. John L. Hlnos eomnaeav
der of h tk corps ren.v sV
At9rozlnuiUl7t. f ;ff teet
and enlisted men look part Is this
phase of the -day's ActtvUien,
which was held at t o'clock:. Th1
was followed by a, dsmonstraaon
of atUck ty a battalion of intaja
Ut. fipported by .field ' artilhrrys
howltxero and machine guns. m.-v.