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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 121.
'Round Coast Bases
By United Preoa
SAN FltANCISCO, April 30.- Los
Angeles shook Itself up again yester
day and under the urge of a wnrm sky
took another game from the Seals. It
was a 10-innlng struggle, but the re
sult was C to 3 for the Angels, much
to the dismay of the iSan Francisco
fans. Crawford was the hero for his
home run w.lth ono on In the tenth,
scoring tho winning runs and sending
the Angel city mad with joy. ,
The Onks went on tho war path aud
tho Vernon Tigers didn't have a
chance. Jllll Esslck used three of his
star twlrlers, but they all looked
alike to Del Howard men. The score
was 10 to 4. Vernon got the four.
Portland fooled Sacramento by
beating tho Solons, 7 to C. Portland
now has five victories to Us credit.
(Salt Lake beat Seattle, G to 3, in
the first gamo of a scheduled double
header. Kaln forced postponement of
tho second game.
Gompers, Labor Leader, Takes Bride ai 71
When touring the country, try the
now Scripps-Booth, for comfort orer
the rough roads. See them at Tho
Franklin Motor Car Co., Tho Dalles.
By United Frosa
Yesterday's hero: Urban Kaber, tho
White Sox pitcher who lot the cham
pion Cleveland Indians down with two
brlbf hits, enabling tho rojuvonated
Sox to trounco the champions, 1 to 0.
Sutherland, a Tiger recruit, pitched
Cobb's men to a 5 to 3 victory over
tho Drowns. Cobb hit safely threo
' Pittsburgh defeated tho Cubs by
bunching hits In tho first three In
nings. Coopor, who pitched the first
game since his illness, held tho Cubs
runlcss whllo the Pirates nnjassed a
total of three.
Sill Sherdoll, the Cardinal twlrlev,
weakened in tho ninth and 'Cincinnati
pounded out four runs, defeating St!"
Louis, 7 to 3.
Kaln interrupted tho Washington
Philadelphia game in tho tonth inning
with both teams tied with three runs.
(Uful weathor copped all other
TIRE PRICES CUT
By United Pros
AKRON, April 30 The- Goodrich,
Mason and General tire companies
today announced a 20 percent re
duction In the price of tires, effec
cepted as meaning that Germanv and Marmon company, today announc
would press her offer of rehabllita-1 ed a 20 percent reduction In the price
ting the devastated areas of northern I of Marmon automobiles, effective on
Elks hall. Admission 75 cents.
Samuel Gompers, prewldent and married this week in New York. The
founder of the greatest laoor body in bride was Mis3 Gertrude Neussheler,
the world, the American Federation ,of JSanesvlIlc, O., thirty-olght years
of Labor, and now 71 years old, has old. The photo shows the happy pair
taken to himself a new bride. He was I as they started on their honeymoon.
have President Harding personally
take a hand in the strike threatened
for tomorrow failed today. I
Harding, however, indicated that
he is making a careful inquiry into
the dispute which threatens to tie
up American ocean and coastwise
(Continued From Page 1.)
BUILDING TRUST HEADS
INDICTED BY GOVERNMENT
By United Pres
CHICAGO, April 30. Tho federal
government today hit at tho alleged
building trust In Chicago, when in
dictments wore returnod against ilO
corporations and individuals by tho
federal grand jury, charging, mon
opoly and trade restraint under the
Sherman net! " '
the fruit industry in the northwest
will be present at this conference to
lend support toward placing force
fully before the Interstate Commerce
commission the actual conditions (ob
taining in the northwest affecting the
"ruit and fruit product markets.
"Yours very truly, Public Service
Commission df Oregon."
Day or night. Stand at Club Cigar
store. Telephone red. 1711. R. Winter.
mUth. ' SO
Typing and Stenography
done at NCaoimnli; uuo&. Uoslna A.
Fleck. Office Hotel Dallos. Rest
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MOONEY WILL TESTIFY
TO SECURE NEW TRIAL
By Unlten Vivhf
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30. Rona
Moonoy today wont to Sun Qiu'titin
penlttontfary to servo on Warden
Johnston an order directing him
to bring lior Ir.iHbund, Thomas Moon
ey, into court hero to testily In an
effort to secure a new (rial.
Moonoy will boo tho world which
lies beyond tho prison walls for tho
first time in two yearn. He Is serv
ing a life Hontonco lor murder, lol
lowing u pioparedni'ss parade bomb
SEAMEN'S STRIKE DEAL
UP TO HOOVER AND DAVIS
By United Prosit
WASHINGTON, April 30.- -President
Harding today turned over tho
threatened seamen's strike to Sec
retary of Coninii'ico Hoover una"
Secretary of Labor Davis for settle
ment, It was announced by tho
WASHINGTON. April 30.- Th)
first attempt of marine workers to
Catarrhal Dealr.uss Cannot Be Cured
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nny oatu it l'ntiirrlu'1 ! 'ti. ji time uiimut
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TO DEMANP TRANSFER
OF GERMAN CONCESSIONS
Brown's Dufur Stage- Time Table
. Tti'o round trips dally. Leave Bauk
hotel, 9. a. m. and 4" p. m.' .Leave
Dufur 7:30 a. m. and 1 p. m. tf
' Notice To Peach Growers
. Many of the peach trees are being
infested with Green Aphis at this par
ticular time. A solution of Black Leaf
Forty with a little soap added sprayed
upon the trees will help materially in
destroying these pests.
County Fruit Inspector. 3U
GERMANY WOULD BASE
WAR BILL ON ECONOMICS
By United Press
BERLIN, April 30. The German
cabinet, in special session, Is consid
ering a plan for steering the repara
tions Question from political into!
A proposal was discussed to
approach France with the sug
gestion that the problem be
taken up by Hugo Stlnnes and other
German Industrial leaders and with
Louis Loucheur, French minister of
'Mention of Loucheur as one of the
proposed French conferees was ac-
QUIT MEAT IF YOUR
KIDNEYS ACT BADLY
Take Tablespoonful of Salts if Back
Hurts or Bladder Bothers
By United Press
PARIS, April 30. Tho reparations
commission will demand that Ger-j
many transfer to tho allies all rights
and interests held by her govern-
ment and citizens to concessions
and public utilities in Russia, Austria-Hungary,
Uulgaria and Turkey,
it was learned here today.
Laundry Prices Cut
After May.l wo will do family rough
dry wash by the pound. This will be
a saving of 25 "percent. The price
will be 9 cents a pound, and 1 cent
a piece. All flat work Ironed and the
starch work ready 'for ironing. Un
derwear ready for wear. Model Laun
dry, main 41. 2
We are a nation of meat eaters
and our blood is filled with uric
acid, says a well-known authority,
who warns us to be constantly on
guard against kidney trouble.
The kidneys do their utmost to
free the blood of this irritating acid,
but become weak from the over
work; 'they get sluggish; the ellmi-
native tissues clog and thus the
waste is retained in the blood to
nolson ' the entire system.
When your 'kidneys ache and feel
like lumps ol lead,v and you have
stinging pains ip the. . back 1 or the
. 4' .1. - en -'a ' i ,
urine is ciouuy, xuu oi hbuuubui, ui
the bladder Is irritable, obliging you
to seek relief, .-during the "night:
when you have sevore headaches,
nervous and dizzy spells, sleepless
nessK acid, stomach- or -rheumatism in
bad weather', get 'from your pharma
cist about four. ounces of Jad Salts;
take av tablespoonful In a glass of
water'before breakfast each morning
and in a few days your kidneys- will
act fine. This 'famous salts Is made
from the apid of 'grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithla, and has
been used for generations to flush
and., stimulate Clogged kidneys, to
neutralize the acids in urine so it
is. no longer a source qf irritation,
thus, ending urinary and bladder dis
Jad Salts Is inexpensive and can
not injure; makes a delightful ef
fervescent lithia-water 'drink, and no
body can make a mistake by taking
a little occasionally to keep the kid
neys clean and active.
"The Land o
High School Freshman
FRIDAY, MAY 6
at 8:15 p. m.
Don't Forget The Date
Step on the Gas!
A few hills ahead mean noth
ing to the progressive business
He is used to driving his car
and knows that a shift of gears
and a "little more gas" will put
the high spots behind him in jig
Beyond the problems of the
present is the smooth level road
of the future.
The outlook for business holds
no fears for the men who "step
on the gas and go to it."
The real good times the good
times based on normal values,
smaller profits and quiclier,w
turnovers, the good times of .
peace and plenty are right be
Step on Jhc gas! Advertise!
Advertise to your consumers at
the places where conditions fa
vor the sale of your product.
Use The Chronicle to do this
PRICE CUT 20 PERCENT
By United Press
INDIANAPOLIS, April '30. Presi
dent W. C. Marmon of the Nordyke
WHEN a man or woman sets
out to get a plumbing job done
the first thing they do is to
make up their mind that they
won't bo over-charged, for it.
And the second thing they do,
if they live in this town, is to
look up our addres's or tele
phone number. So, for your
convenience we're printing
them ip this ad.
Phone Red 991
Automobile prices will generally
trend downward from now on, Mar
In a riot of fun
"THE STAGE HAND"
Matinee....:...9c and 18c
Evening 9c and 22c
400 in Bible School by Children's Day
Bible School, 10 o'clock. " '
Attention! Loyal Sons and Daughters r
Sunday we are to give .our "Stunt." Don't 5
Evangelist Carroll C. Roberts of Portland will, S
speak at the Christian Church, Lord's Day
Morning and Evening.
- Morning Service, 11 o'clock.
Theme: "UNION WITH CHRIST."
Anthem "0 Jesus, with Thy Church
CE. 6:30, Norman Rossell, president.
I. C. E. 6:30, Miss Lois Griffin will conduct
a "BIG TRIAL," Don't miss this.
Evening Service, 7:30.
Theme: "BORROWED RELIGION."
Anthem "Let Him In" Choir.
The Church With a Cordial Welcome.
MR. and MRS. CARL C. WALKIJR,
400 in Bible School by Children's Day
The Family Church
i Morning Subject:
"The Parting Promise"
Pleasant Sunday Evening Service
"The Mill on the Floss"
A Dramatization of one of the Greatest
Novels in the English Language
Attention! Sunday, May 8th, Mothers' Day
and Roll Call of the Church; and Reception of
New Members, at 11 a. m.
ARE YOU WITHOUT A CHURCH?
Come and Join The Family Church on
Sunday, May the 8th.
A Smile Awaits You '
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. .