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THf. DAL'LES DAILY CHFONICLF FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921.
If Carpentier Wins, It Will Be
By William Slavens McNutt
(United New1 Staff Correspondent)
ATLAjNTu'C CITY, 'N. J., June 24.
On Monday I saw Carpentier box.
On Tuesday I saw Jack Dempsey nt
work. If t sue
Carpeniier win on
July 2 I will believe in miracles be-
cause i win nave seen one Happen,
After seeing Carpentier and then
Kpeinp r0mtfiv nnii rfitiw tlu
Frcuchmna zero as a gosd Insurance cal lime. At Dempsey's camp the
risk. combination of a sideshow and :i
The! a is fjood reason for the tre tough construction camp on the des
mendous Interest taken in the cant- erl. At the Frenchman's placo
in light. Perhaps never before has HkuK.v, exeluslveness, an attempt at
there been a prize fight In which the fa Al Dempsey's place, easy
principles so truly represented anil- familiarity, bolsterousness and
thetical types. Certainly not since happy-go-lucky manneis of. the hobo
the slendur young Jim Corbel t flat- s,(l ,llt' showman,
tened the burly John L. Sullivan at1 Tuesday afternoon Dcmpsey boxed
New, Orlpans. Even thai light was four tounds. Young Eddie O'Hare
not the test of tvnes that this wMl tfave him 10 cents for a half a
uei oecause jonn vu. was past ms
t i . i
primu. it mtgnt nave. Deen .another
storv had he been at IiIk hel. I
Both Dempsey and Carpentier are
at their best. Carpeniier in the hlgh-'ior
est development of- what mat'' be
called the Rapier. type of fighter. He
is slender, brilliant, lightning last,
with the strength and deadlines that
one associates, with a Hashing
Dempsey Is the war club. Not
a Dcndcrous. heavv war club but a
with a potential, crunching power
that one estimates not without cer-
tain feelings of horror. Carpentier
is the steel-sinewed, swiit striking
wolf hound. Dempsey is the le:o
clous thick thewed, battle loving
bull dog. Carpenticr-is the highest
modern development of the lefine-
ment of human flesh In Hues of
strength and beauty that the Greeks
of old established in maible. Hemp-
sey is the best modern survival ot
the. men of the cave and forest who
.fought beast q with clubs and rocks lilm, but no one took the minor ser
thousands of years, befoie the time iously enough to ko Vtiify it.
of the glory cl Oree'k art. Carpeniier Dempsey then went ' on tor a
is the expression oj'. the battling man
of 'today. Dempsey. is the savage
warrior of yesterday.
Can. the rapier withstand the bat-
tering war club? Can the wolf
hound better the bull dog? Can the
combination 6f strength and artistic
beauty as immortalized in marble
hold his own with the man of aes
- MEETING NOTICES
''-'' Firemen Attention
Election of chief and assistant chief
of The Dallrs Fire- Department will i
be.held .Monday, Juno 27, at env ball
hea'dquarters. poll open fiom 5 to 7
p. ifi. By oleot'Jlre delegates. !!7
Th'e Ddlles Coft'peVative Union me
vator company will hold a special
meeting in K, of P. hall, Saturday,
Junei25, meeting to be called at 2:30
p. iii. Business of importance to ne
transacted. Stockholders please be
24 I. 1 HILL, secretary trf-r.surer.
Knights of Pythias
Regular meeting Monday
night, June 27. Work in pace
rank. Important business to
bo transacted. All knlKhu:
to attend, II v order of building i
committee, C. II. UAGGOTT, C. C, 27
ClfVlfUd advcitlaliiK 1 vnt per wora
acti' Intertlon. If Inteited llmoa ot
more. 3-4 cent a woit) Monthly publi
cation rate on application at tlm otfica
FOR, RENT Furnished hotuekepplng I
and sleeping r.-.crn. No children. CjiI
evenings. 50C Easl Vourth uiedi. 27
FORi RENT Three roor.t furnhhwl
apiVtment, piivatc 'bath. Tclpplmnt)
red. 3972, 1521 Jackson streei. 2fi
FOR RENT Two furnished
keeping tocrn;., 322 East
FOR RENT Housekeeping room
FORrRKNT HouselteeplnB and shill
ing rooms. 520 East Third strep'
Telephone black 2301. 2a
FOH .RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms for lad) onl5 '. per month.
T'Calhoun strrel 24
FQH RENT House keeping looms.
320 East Third street.' Telephone
red C342. - . , 2t
FOR RFNT One of I he Black aiiar'
luents. Corner 'Third ' and Union,
Bbick and Crntn 24
FOR ,rr.N'T Furnished light house
keeping rooms, 304 East Eighth
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
tombs. Alto barn for car. Call even
13 Federal. 2t
, ; , ' ;.l"1,.v...l-6l , V-IHT?
rgBnaecK ' r orw-- '' ' t -. ... , """ i ' '"' " ' " ' ' ' " ' "" " ' ' " tl
ML ............. - FOR SAuE Neatly furnislieil liouso, Aim some .reniqiieiinu n store, u. k. in auonH, jiuum nun -rain i:n w Tvii- n,.,i .....nuL-nniu" .'ton., nt , 5- '
i WN0 ... 410J. iA-l ..,. .....i, ,,,,. ,,nL.v,n .), Vtii,. tn i constiuci loii are on file In the o.lflce Tl'iL and i.lenoBiaph done at ,, B ,
gone? The man wlio Is ,'ajl 'ferocity
and fighting power.
The two tialn'.ng camps truly re
flect the commuting persona. I ties of
,p ,wo '"KHieis. At .Mniihasset,
deep shade nut! fragrant, flowers, at
mrpon, uusi ami a uurning sun. ah
Carpeniier's camp the atmosphere
ciirrnmiflltitr n piwit itinn nt n nrlil. I
iir.lhiv i t hftvinrr hut tt frtwcm lltn
"",.,,". ... , .
u"""i"j" iuuu i ui ,u!ir 111:5
liEbter opponent and slug hill) off
llla le- Th came Larry Williams
a lountt. Larry looks liko u
viking and acts like something that
"oatad Into Atlantic City on a high,
' minus wiui uempsey
all(i the champion knocked him
jlown. Larry got up and Dempsey
iviiuunuu unu uuwu .iK.uii iarrt
acted like n second-hand car In a
bud mud hole. Hi' rattled and heaved
s,nd I,'0(l Kuf UP and earn ihs
"read. 1,1,1 carburetor was flooded,
l!ln Hlarka were elogcod. He had a
Hmp in his transmission and hi.)
steering gear wus on the blink. He
linally managed to get up and spin
on one heel like a modem souse
trying to find his way back to whaie
nu got it. it was no use. Williams
was through lor the day. A kind
hearted attendant led him away. 1
Some one said he was no t.,cd any
moie and that the atttndant had
probably taken him out t uliool
lound with Jack Renault and after-1
wards wrestled with Bull Montana. 1
Bull Montana gets big immey in
moving pictures because Mi.' looks I
like a composite picture of Captain '
Kldd. Blue Beard. Jesse James,-Jack
the Rlnner and the Bogey man. He.
Is the living image of the man who)
chases you in your sleep after you've
FOR RENT Sleeping porch, Barag.;,
or bed room. 11G West Thiid stieet.
room apaitment. Modern conven
iences, with enrage. Telephone
blach Ci!U. -r
FOR RENT Nicely furnished apart
ment, electric cook stove. Call back
door, old Cooper house, corner Fill
.ton and Federal stieots. "7
poll RENT-Furnished houseUeepln
rooms in cool brick building. Crim
foriablo and clean, 115 Eajt Second
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
looms. Also small furnished house
suitable for batching, luquiro 111
West Second street. 2!l
FOR RENT 4C7-acre ranch six miles
from The Dalles. 85 acres undet
plow, balance line bunch grass pas
ture. Plenty water, wood and fruit
of all kind".. .War school. Renter
must buy uomo- stock and Imple
ments. F. Cuitcr, route 2, The
Dalles, Oiegon. U
FOR SALE Baby buggy In good con
dliion. Telephone black 7fil. :'i
FOR SALE - Ford truck, almost new,
wlih slock or wood iuck, aim cap
Will be at the Ihilek garage Sit
in day. -1
FOR t5 ALE Dry oak wood; old oak,
J1150; second giowlh, $12.S. Dellv
fcr.)d. Call ;iOF22, alter p. in. tf
I OR KALE Small furnished Ikmju.
with lot and garden. Price 10n
carh. Telephone black 4451. 21
poll SALE 'two dozen laying Whlto
. Leghorn hen-i. One rooster. Pi ice.
iT2ft. Telephone 3GF12. 24
FOR SALE flood milk Ecat Price
2n. CM West Eighth street. Tele
phono red 2052, 24
FOR iSALE Sand and giavel Trucl;
service Country trips, flordlon and
Van Dolah, telephone red 1331. 3u
FOR SALE 101S Chevrolet tourlntt,
new transmission, rebuilt motor, Al
toudlllon all over. A bareain. Tele
phono black CC91. 27
FOR JVVLE Complete threshing nu
chine. 28-inch J. I. Case separator
nnd engine Outfit In first class con
dition. E. A. Head, Buick Garage.
FCR SAl 12 Buffet, rockers, chairs,
stove, bed, kitchen cabinet, and
other .household furnishings. .Mrs
A, Spelchlnger, 121 Fast Eighth
street. Telephone red 401. 27
eaten sauerkraut, ice cream, choco 'wealthy alumni of both universities.
Inte drops und pigs' knuckles. Last night lights shown down on I Iks'
Ueinpsjy done wrong by the bull.' dark depths" of tho river." .Music
lie slapped his eats tmd gave him floated over the water from the I
a sculp massage Mint would have dVnces win re the "Who's Who" oi
taken the hide otf a hedgehog. Hull America were entertaining their!
breather hard and looked fierce but i friends and lauding their alma mater 1
it only got him nughtcr treatment,
Looklus fierce jets him money from
the moyies, but all It gats him from
Dempsey is more tioullu.
j ako mlticr' workout
un weunesuay tne champ may
. w - r
ROWING CONTEST STAGED
By Hunry L. Farrell
( United 1'iefr. Staff t'orrefiiondi'lit)
NEW LONDON, Conn., June 24.
Yale and Harvard meet here toduvj
on the Thames river for their an
niial race over the four mile course.
All tin usual color and. brilliance,
all the usual crowd of old grads and!
nndergrads, the usual gathering of
just ordinary spectators ami all the
trimmings for the ununl Yale Har-
vard classic were there.
Harvard or Yale
ones, with no
Ctimson an. I
Blue followers with the cynical at-
..Some raPe- Two of
Cl.awa on 1ae water"
( Ilu', ,hey were lookei, upon In lUs.
daJn by ,h(J , , Ha,.van, ,, yallJ
wlio let it to be known j
"It matters not nhout the crews,
they're Yale nnd Harvard."
One heretic floated around the
elite circles with the offer to bet
that Yale couldn't even row the dls
tance. He was calmly but polit Jy
That is just how they feel here
about the lace. The experts figure
n a race hetwsen two very ordinary
crews. The writers look upon it as
something that has to be covered,
bm Yale and Harvard consider it
the gala event of the season.
Crimson nnd Blue banners hang
from I lie lamp posts. Ciimson and
Blue pendants fill the shop windows
All manners of souvenirs with the
Yale and Harvard colors appear In '
the wears of the curb venders.'
Whistles blow and flags fly. Songs j
of Yale and snuus of Harvard eonm
from the groups in the hotel lobbies. I
in the railroad station and on the
nubile, coiners. !
The course is lined with big aristo-
cratic vachts, the lilav things of the I
Telephone ineln 921.
FOR SALE Neatly furnished house,
sleeping porch, bath, garage, iwo
fine lots, iruil and garden. Easy
leuus. Iiuiul're. 1105 Ululf. 29
FOR SALE Cheap. Two man Mo
Comitate combine with good engine',
also horse altnehinenl. Write W. L.
Tyron, 50G West Eleventh street,
The Dalles. 2ii
FOR 'SALE G5. New house and lot
Water in house, nine big Iruil trees
Terms. .See It. H. Fish. 113 West
Thirteenth street. 24
FOR li.vtfr-Jaige uiul Juiull farm
and orchard trusts. Iteasonablo
prices, good terms, V. C Hamiu,
Dutur. Ore. Ihir.
FolTTLl-Frve"rrifini modern cot
tage on Calhoun mrei, gnrag.-,
yhlclten house, lots of shade, one In',
good garde.i ground. Price $231111.
$000 down, balance eaiy terms. Co
lumbia Really &. Lcjan company. 'Mi
Washington si reel,
FOR SALE --Haled bay and grain Wo
deliver :my placo in lown. One
horse, weight 1750, 7 years old
Ouarrtnleed Will sell or trnde fur
cuttle. Ope team, weight 2KM).,
Sound and gentle. O, K Feed
FOR SALE Two uTanos. On- Chicl;
eilng and one Weber upright. Hour
in perlect condition. Will sui; at
prices below their vi.lue 'is I am
leaving the cliy. Alsi Hire! de-.l"
able bulldins.: lots wilh sewer 'on
ntc.tlons paid for. No phan- ail".
Wii. UiigtVld, 120 West Mnih
W.-NTED White leghoiti pullet i
P. Watior.on, phone red 031.
W'ANTFIJ -Woman to ci.ok on. ratuh
Wage.. 45. Tnlcphmo led 2fi21 25
without stems. Teloph
ih.mc 5F12 25
WANTED Four hay hand;- S0e F L.
Petersen at Dalles Oarage. 24
WANTED- Will pa, 12000 cash hr
r;ood hiodoin flve-rffim lious'e v.ell
located (ilfhell. 403 Wa .hlngton. 2a
WANTED- To n-nl fiirnlBhed lion. ",
elpse. hi. Si'o .McKneoly. Black fi
WANTED All kinds of f.erond-lMii.(
goods. Highest price, paid al i!2
East Second slri-.ot, . '.'7
WANTED Permanent poh tion book
keeping, beginning Auguit 1 Wiii
EH52I, Chronicle. il
WANTED- S.x or suvu room modern
houso Will rent by the )ear A il
Jobncon, Waeco, Ore. 2
wind J lie eight young huskies who
will Carry the colors.
Thete was, a lot ot lii-ltiug. Har
vard men will always bet on Haivnrd
became it l.i Harvard and Yale HS
rover the bets becnito It Is Yale.
There are no dope deductions in
their wagering. '
' Thore ol the "neutrals' with a ten-
j dency to put up money, however.
made Harvard the favorite at f
Free Uinic Ho Charge For Examina
tion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr. Baum, chiropractic phjslclan,
I'hlrd and War htngtou, main 601
FOUNDED jP! Vtt& "
SAFEGUARD YOUR VALUABLES
Many ol your papers are worth more to you than
actual ensh. Yet you aie constant!? running Hie
jisk, if ou keep them at iioine ir In your ofiice,
:f (osing them through caiehssness, lire, or rob
If. you rait a safe deposit box af the Fiench &
Com'ptihy bank, they will be pprf.:ctly safeguaidrd,
vgv easilv accessible. It costs but little. Why
''ANTEI--iu nnd tvfliiinn, ciokii,
want' work Vhli luuve.: eve' n
hdtel. Writ'f box C2, care Chron-
WANTED To rent for one year, good
four 'or five mom hour.e with two
lo fonr-lols. Will pay rod I in ad
vance, Write O. '('. Duiilim, Sher
wood. Oregon. 27
LOST Oft FOUND
LOf.T--UtiMnian kodak in ca.se be
tween The Dalles and D.whute:;
river. Return to Chron. cle. Reward
FOR TltADE--'Mlichell loiulng car.
tun less than r.iin mile,-., for grind
light Illicit, Dodge preferred. U, ('.
(-KA(MC-:?lorflge by month. $4 mi
for IHe sioiage, f 3 (Hi tor dead
storage per inuntli. Peter Ixilwii, 111
First streei Everready gainge. 25
J..mJ .Li jjulJiUJUi m..t ....
1 1 KM STITCH IN 11- Plcnl edging. Mis
I. M. Bonthby, 2(18 Wnshlngloii
stieul. Telephone main i:r.xi II
TRANSFER AND EXPRESS - Furnl
lure a ml piano moving. Freight
bauled ami geiiurul expriA lul
n.'tH. Telephones: Stand, red 101;
reWitaui-e black 1352. J. V. Ileiiiete
Notice for Bids for Dalles City
Daltas CP.v calls for bids for Ihe
construct ion of ihe auditorium,
The Council of Dalles City has up
I proved plans iiiid HVeclfJcatlnhH n
prepared by Ifoughtallng Dougan;
archliectH of Portland, Oregon, -as
hown by the mtnuics of the Conn
rlbiifi"9!00 to 1:00 Sundays
tMUJogt Blk Over Crosby's
,111 ii!ijraSii5!v. E-
Bi!l,lint"-rfl jau imm w lit'
(JOLDENDALK YAKIMA AND ALL EASTKHN
. : . , . .' '
Are reached the eaciest by way of 0 rants ni Maiyhlll on the
New Eight-car Ferry No Backing to Board Boat .
A 10-mlle paved road connects Maryhill and Qoldendale
New Hallroii Crossing
THIS TIME LAST YEAR
Scott, Hed Sox shortstop,' made
new record by playing 579th sue
Ruth hit n homer In an eVh!
bit ion Maine at Columbus.
Olio Kuabu made niatiNxcr
iy.uisas Cliy American .'.smici
I lou club.
Brown's Dutur Stage, Time Table
Two round trips dally. Leave Hju
hotel, St. u. m. and 4 p. m.
Uufnr 7:30 a. m and 1 p. m.
There's A Difference
If ynu'vt been a "ready made" iir.in
In the past, be a "made to order iiiuii '
in the luture. First class ho ml tailor
fit Willis to measuie, $36 00 nnd up W
K. Webber, one block east nt pnt
H. FRENCH, President
PAUL M. FRENCH, Vice-Prtsldent
V. H. FRENCH, Secretary
J. C. HOSTETLER, Cashier
..II n.ulln I.,nn ICtl. idOl Qnrf.X.
construction are on file In the olflce
of Ihe Riieordor pi Dalles Cliy, sub-
juct to' Inspection, -and Ihe work w)l
be done in accoidance with "said
plans tine, spectticatinns ami unuer
the direction and Hiipervision of sUch
arch It rets. '
All bids must be. accompanied by
:i certified check lor 10', of the
ainounl of Ihe bid, to be forfeited
to Dalles City in case such bid
should he accepted and the Milder
idiouhl full lo enter Into contract
and bond for the faithful perform
anee of the work.
All bids shall be sealed, and shall
he filed with the Recorder of D.HIes
City on 'or before, 8 : 30 p. rn., Jun
25, 1921, said bldii to he opined by
the Recorder and Council on said
Dalles City reserved the rip hi In
reject' any and all bids.
Dated this 15th day of June, 192
D. L. GATES,
City Recorder. 25
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINEf.-
Eventually Why Not Now?
Ship by Iruck. porllandThi; Dalles
Truck sirvice lleaihiuuiters, Motor
Sorvli'H (laragu, Portland telephone's,
Maintain 1."i5? and I'n.il 3990. II
liuiuslllchinK, picol edging, .Iremi
making 2li East Third stioel, Con
don building. Telephone black 5211 7
MALI'S Ili.NrtlJ All-V IBJiuiied, at
lion tHKulalluK i and retlnlshliiK
Player actions a specialty. WorV
guaranteed. H. A. Dockslader, Cor
sou Music store, 320 Fast Second
street. Telephone main lfnil. t
Wttiiifte TiruiEc L5mi
Fielghl and t-xprrns between Th
Dalles and Waxen, Moro and all wa
Villus Leave The Dalles, 9 a. in
dally titcept Sunday. I.eavo Moro,
1:30 p. in. Iava Wasco, 2:30 p. ni
D. M. Pierce, proprietor. Telephon
b.acV 1C42 or tnuln 471 it
Dr. T. DeLARHUE
Eyeaiaht tSpecmliat , ,
and Evenings by Appointment
Drug Store Phone attack 1111
STARTING MONDAY, JUNE 27TH
- the ;
Nacy & Baird Comedians
In f heir ; . iu.
Waterproof Tent Theatre
.. . Located on Second
THE BEST OF DRAMAS AND COMEDIES
With Vaudeville Between Acts
"SAINTS AND SINNERS"
Adults 50c Tax included Children 25c
SURE SOME SHOW!
rrr : jS
li Art r-ft-a-imr iin -f-nMrnni n him.i. - u in mini nnniimai i if hi Ifi am '
t -i- - i i -iii i m - i i ii ii it uniim til l smmmmrii
THE DALLCS, PORTLAND, -'ASTORKA, VsE?ASlDE t
Twin Six Packard tourlno cari. Leave The Dalles, Bank Hotel ;
daily 0 a. in. and 2:30 p. in.
FARES Poitland $3.30; Astoria $0.70; Seaside Y.iO
' ' 11 " ' 111 """ 1 ' " 1 11 I
Typing and stenography done nt
reasonable rates. Roslnn ,. Fleck. Of
(Ice Motel Dalles. Residence telephone
,red 2.'I32. tl
Whlln'cy Repair Shop
7U.abt Second St.
' Maud Milburn SirilwfeH
Piano, Harmony add Theory.
I.eschetji'.ky melhod. Special atten
tiun glviin lo beginners. Summer term
opens Juno 15, Pliune red 3491. Stu
dio 100O Fulton street ,l2o
lul' will ii I I kl 1
WOO I) Alt I) & TAUSCHEU
Contracting Hiickluyois and Plasterers
All kinds of Tile and Cement Woik. Fireplace Work a Specialty
fcttlmatcs furnished free of chaig:. All Work Quaranteed,
Telephone Main b-4'CI or Call at Gates block
Peoples Transfer Co.
QUICK DriLIVISItY SKUV ICK
EXPRESS AIVID DRAY AGE
Furniture and I'iano Moving
Stand at Cft'mi's Paint Store Main 'M'M
kesidence Phout Ked 1HI1
HARRY L. CLUFF
('RANDALL UNDKRTAICINC CO
W'uach The Dalles Dutui
LUt.ll II, CltANllALU, MJiUtftf
Meit lliiiin, AtsltUiil Mjiugor ,
tUviUrd tmbalinsr, t'.t.Lll.l.,-, Itott '.
Wbm$n AIisoUjih felsplions
Mr. M. J. WHUilon Dy Hsd ill
Telephone Rd 1s)i NightRed SSI
J. H. Harper, Black 2152
Slieiit between taugldia ...
. REED TRANSFER
-.We hall anything, any place, call
ma Iii 7.11. 'h
Nmz BAUER . - -
Oeueral real estate, itisura'r.ce, and
foans. 1001 -East Secona street. Tel
phone main. 1571. tt
, E. c. ipracE
504 First. National Bank etldg.
The Dalles, Ore. 16tf
Dr. Geo. V. Newhouse 1
We in h eiiilpped to gtva your
eyes I lui very best of caie. Eye
tested, tlbsses ground.
Second uih! Wathingtan Stieiti