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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921.
FRENCH CHAMPION WILL SAIL
FOR NEW YORK, MAY
By Edwin Hulllnger
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
PARIS, April 19. "Jnck's got notlv
Inn on mo; II, too, expect to win be
foie the twelfth round."
Georges Carpentler, Frqnch pugilist
thus declhred himself to the United
Press today. On his return from
trumphant swing around Europe, Car-
pentler had been shown a clipping
quoting Jack Dempsey as saying he
expected to win their fight July 2
within 12 rounds.
Georges will sail for New York
May 7, on the. Savoio. He will begl
training for the light on board the
"In the meanwhile," he said, "I'm
going to lour. I'm just going to hav
a good lime "
He left today for his old training
enmp at Lagyrbhe. 1 1 is long exhlbi
lion trip left him worn down to 173, u
good righting weight for him, and his
groatest anxiety now la to add a few
pounds to bo worked off during the
training grind in Hie United States.
Manager Dcscamps said he is no
gotlatlng for training quarters some
whero along the shore near Now
Tripp's Cleaning' and Dye Works
lilO Union street, A20
"Union Station Scenes," April 20
Hot scats at drug stores. .
COMPLETE SKELETON OF
MASTODON IS FOUND
By Unltod Presa
, .WILLOWS, Ore., April 19. The
complete skeleton of a mastodon, de
clared to bo almost lntnct, has been
discovered In Dutcher Knlfo canyon
(Milium county, by William Marshall
of tho S my the Bros. Sheep company,
according to a roport reaching hero
Fred Danielson, another omployo
of tho Smytho Interests, brought one
, of tho tusks, measuring; nine feet
' from base to tip, Into Arlington, ac
cording, to telephony Information to
day, and citizens or Arlington aro
preparing to go Into tho Butcher
Knlfo country and exhume the entire
lionulno Autostrop razors, .while
they last, complete sots, $2.9G. Stud-
olman-nonn Hardware company. 19
See "The Little Tycoon"
Opporotla, to bo given at tho high
school auditorium by the glee clubs,
Krlday and Saturday, noxt week. 19
There'n A Difference
If you'vo been a "ready niadu" man
In tho past, bo a "niado to order man"
Jn the future. First class hand tailor
ed suits to measure, $3"i.00 and up. W
It. Webber, one block oast or post
OPAQUE BATH SUITS
BATHING COSTUMES ARE FRANK,
EXPOSING BARE ARMS
By Nina Bnncrot
(United Nowa tilntt ConcMPomlent.)
LONDON, April l!i.--lCngland has
JiiBt oxpurleiuod a hair-breadth es
cape from government control of
The first signs of turbulence uaino
from WoBt (lUto-on-tho-Sea, 'whoso
parish councillors asked tho ministry
of health to Imposu a condition that
bathing costumes should "extend
from the shoulder to within three
Inches of the knee."
Certainly the Kngllsh model or
bathing costume Is remarkably frank
, Skil ls aro not won and stockings are
not worn, uvea sandals aro. ollmlnat
I'd. .Most girls patronize tltu "regula
Hon" pattern, which Is designed prin
cipally for swimming and which flti
them llko tho paper on the wall, bo
lur as It goes, Arms and legs aro
completely und unoqluvoeably bure.
However, at tho first whispering!
of a suggestion that the freedom of
tho fair should be Interfered with,
thoru were loud counter-mutteilngs
from all around KtigWuul's coast ami
It was declared thut If the rule wore
enforced it would "stop half tho bulli
on! In KiiRlmul."
JOvuu Dr. Addison, tho minister of
' feealth whose fuda huve earned for
blm tho distorted apportion of ity.
COOL CLOTHES FOR KIDDIES' SUMMER WEAR'
Dainty frocks and cool clothes
new summer fashions. The dress shown .here is of yellow French
organdy, hand-made throughout, and trimmed with white organdie and
pastel hand embroidery. It is for tho.
Oliver Twist rr hot weather wear is
trousers finished in brown embroidery
It's for the boy two to 6.'
Faddison," was not proof ngalnst all
the walling that rent Uo balmy air
at the suggested prudishncss. So Dr.
Addison" Instead of imposing such
conditions as West (late requested,
merely sent out an edict that "every
person above the age of ten shall
while bathing wear art opaque cos
tume sufficient to proVent Indecent
oxposure of the person."
Thus, Westgato, while grateful for
the "opaque" pint of it, is loft .to
weop for the decadence of modern
youth and those inhabitants who
feel too badly about it are advised
to draw their blinds during bathing
BREAD PRICE CUT
BV BAKERY WAR
TWO POUND LOAVES OFFERED
FOR 13- CENTS IN PORT
LAND. By United Presa
PORTLAND, April 19 War was
declared hero today ninoni; bakers,
with tho opening skirmishes result
lug in a victory for tho consumer,
One of tho largest bakeries has
cut the prico of wrapped bread from
10 cents to l) cents for pound loaves,
while another firm offered two-pound
oaves for 115 cents.
"Union Station Seener,," April 20.
tot seats at drug stores. . 2"
V,o are now showing v.hlte Lin
and canvas oxfords altio canvas strap
uiuiis In a baby Louis heel. Kdward
C. i'oaso company. in
liny or night. Stand at Club Cigar
Uoio. Telephone roil 1711. U. Winle-
DEMPSEY SHOULu 3 LAY
CARPENTIER SAYS DOUG
Hy United Press
LOS A'NaKLKS? April 10. - - Doug
'alt-banks: "Dempsey should boat
Carpentlor, but he'll know he's btvn
n a fight. It will bo a clover boxer
tgalist a hurd hitter. There Is no
question that Carpentler can hit, but
tho question Is can he hit a vital tw
often enough to weaken Dempsey. 1
believe that Dempsey will wear dowi:
the Frenchman In tho end. It will
ot bo a walkaway for tho champion,
anil ho hould take it seriously."
$5.00 Slabs $5.00
(Ireon Blabs, $5.00 per cord, r o
cars. Van Dellen Lumber compnm
Brown's Dufur Stage Time Tablo
Two round trips dally. Uiavo Bank
hotel, It a. m. aud 4 p. in. Leave Dufur
7:30 a. in, and 1 p. in. tf
Catarrhal Deafness Carmot Be Cured
by local ailU-tlon, tny enunot reach
tn dUui4 portion, ot th r. vThfr it
only on way to cure 'catarrhal dratnri,
"?. "i1. '.. b conitltutlonel rmuMy
Catarrhal Ururnraa la cauad by an In.
rtmrd cond tlou of the mucous llnlnir flf
Ui Kuatachlan Tub. When thta tub la
InBamrd you hav a rumlilin pound or lm
cloaod. nafnfa la Uu result. Unlcas lh
innammatlon can l vduoeil and I til tut
!im0,d .t0. condition.' hcarlnr
Will I'O lltrOVit Inr.V.r llnnu .j...
2..i?.M.."r.e C"V'! y catanh. which li .
If Vt ! lrrh Mullein, acta thru
i)tcm n mucous aurfacra ot the '
0" .Hundrtd hilars n
KS? ?' ''i,'.r.rh, nafnas that cannot
tuiara tr. All l)rulata. Tic.
Jf. J. ClIUNUV 4. CO.. ToUd a
for sister and "Bud" are shown in
little. miss two to 10 years. The.
of pongee silk, the top of the
but not enough to feminize it.
Romance of The Dalles"
Did you ever stand before a mirror,
twist your face all out of shape, try
first pne expression and then another,
all the time thinking there wero a
great many movie stars who didn't
havo anything on you? No? Well
you're not normal, because there is
an Inherent human trait to imitate,
to act, and It Is surprising how very 4
THE GREATEST JUNGLE PICTURE EVER FILMED.
STARTING TONIGHT Will be shown two reels each week at
'many "ersons are .natural born actors.
In the picture made in The Daltes
last week, the camera man and direc
tor received the shock of thelrlves
when high school students, and even
Chief Heater registered before' IhV
camera like "old-timers."
In fact it is the 'opinion of those
who witnessed thp preview, that there
Is many and many" a picture? made oy
professionals and directed by a celeb
rity that does not begin to hold the
interest the locally ma'de picture does.
In fact it i a"scream" and while not
a long, seven reel super-production,
it Is fufl of action and hits the spot,
it will be shown at the Casino theater
next Friday and Saturday.
"The Smart Sex"
Sparkling comedy is cleverly blend-
It builds Self Reliance,
p m A l&e
m savings I
If ACCOUNT I
Self Respect, and earns 4
per cent interest for your
. & iU-?S;y? hiWl I
ed with appealing pathos which
leads to a dramatic climax in "The
Smart Sex," the Universal comedy
orama which is to have its initial-
showing locally on Wednesday at the
Casino theater. Eva Novak, who made .
her popularity permanent, through
In "Tho Tnppotlt '.' ntlf1 "SO -
her vork In "The Torrent.; and bo
clety Secrets," Is the featured player
of the picture.
lAs the story opens the girl is seen
trudging up a railroad track with a
goose waddling alongside. They are
leaving a theatrical company that has
become stranded in the country town, j
From then on the wayfarers aro
thrown Into seriocomic situations
which provide ror much rich humor.
It all ends well and with a concluding
twang on the heartstrings which will
It pleased to ma
JSv "An Pen Door to Bank-
SWsL ing'" upon reues,;-
60 (OUNTY CBANK
AL M01H nn Qoviniro A donnnfo
The Little House with
nianco has an appeal.
! "The Smart Sex" was produced at
TTntuofanl PHw unison tin ftlronHnn nf
W00( and Geoffrey Vffcfitappear as
... Novak.a .&aTmasculhi3
j supporters whlle " 'Mrs. Margaret
1.. .. . ..
Mann, me giuea interpreter oi moiner
roles, has one or the leading charac-
Theatergoers who seek the unusual
in screen stories- will find In "The
Smart Sex" that satlsraction which,
comes rrom a skillful presentation of
a clever comedy-drama by players ad
mirably suited to their roles.
"Union Station Scenes," April 20.
Got seats at drug stores. 20
tfce BIG Pictures
be pleasing to those for whom