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TOK OREGON frrATESMAttt WEDXESDAr. JUNE IB, HW.
Oregon Convention Choses
Mrs. Umback as Worthy
roHTLAl. Or.. Jnn( 13. Mrs.
ld;i (' it . i :, ..f Uik.-'vi-w, ":Or., was
r. '! ( -"! v..;!i;i.. iii.tn l matron of .th
' j.nut'1 ii ')t', Cirpci.ii. Order of
tl.e KaSfvra at tli i ;meeting of
. ,' lwt ,'! y u-i" ti.day. 'Mr?. Umback
t!;4;i,a;.r';jl-li. Other officers elec
tor V i -.$:. sirs Iesl!e .8. Parker.
I j jyrtlvni!. worthy grand matron; Mrs
jMjiuh; I.i'i'M'ii, Ontario, associate
fjaiwl mi'itpn; ..Frank: .L Metier, Al
bany, -.asxociam yrand ratron; Mr.
iXvPif iicKinU y, Portland, grand
ri;iHf : . Mr. Mary H. Johnson,
.l'fti(1!o'oii. grand treasurer; Mrs.
ThcriS'O Castnr. Hood River, grand
conduct i-Pit; Hiella E. Drake. Portland.-lo.ociaK'
Tomorrow the delegate? will join
gefcfe Bar0n RolIlcl"Id llai P""nd l
League of Nations for Use as Offices
Masons. In exctirsion to Forest Grove.
Ore., where the cornerstone of ti
Masonic home -will be laid. .
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And Bclsheviki Move
Forward in Crimea
CONSTANTINOPLE. June 14.
The forces of General Wrangel. anti-bolshevik
leader on the Crimean
front, are moving northward from
the Crimea and Sea of Azov in three
columns. They hare been phenom
enally successful against the bolshev
iki and have established a front
alone; Kaskovka on the Dnieper east
ward through Mlitopol to Maripol.
Gneral V ran gel's troops have cap
tured 4000 prisoners and forty big
guns of thre loft estimated in pos
session of the bolshevik!. They have
lost only S0O men. General Slahoff
is in command of the eastern wing
and General Koutopof the right wing
of the bolshiviki concentrating from
the Maripol region to Alexandrovsk.
J hy suffer the discomforts and
embarrassments of a Goitre t
O i. C. . r eparation for soitrc-fcaa Ix-on-t-d
Wi pay wcra! hondred dollars tor an
yr;!M ii to r.mo. a icottr O.G.C
cn ); obtain 3 tor such a comparatm-lf
ni:li etpt udiiurc?
O.G.C. wbt-ft proin rly apoW-d give aatia
tr t.,r result, or 6ur tuonry will br
iWunded. O.ti.C. in sold direct, by wn
only. nf. (or took let.
Address I Vpl. T'
r O.ikC. CH&MICAL COMPANY
Sum iK Washing ta
At Cleveland R. IT.
New York 2 7 2
Cleveland 10 10 0
Mays. Collins. McGraw and Han
nah, Hoffman; Bagby and Nunamak-
At Chicago R .11. E.
Washington T, 10 1
Chicago 9 13 1
Zachary, Schacht. Carlson and
Gharrity; Cieotte and Sehalk.
At St. Loute - k R. II. E
Ronton , , X Jl 1
St. Ioois ..12 13 1
Pennock. Fortune and Walters;
Van Gilder. Burwell. Weil man and
HEIIE only one Way
of fi ruling out how
ilesiralnV our" pastry
isj Take a eake -try a pie
smd yon'Jl say "This is
1 i n e . . Wj; en y ou 're fed
by orfr bread von will say
'This for mine." All of
the products of our bale
cry, enjoy a lirst-class-family-rcputation.
rhillip Winters, Prop.
PbiladHphia . .
Naylor and Perkins;
3 7 0
At Los Angeles R. II. E.
Portland ...3 5 3
Vernon ". . . Z . . 2 " 5
Ross and Baker; Scbellenbach and
At Salt Lake R. II. E
Los Angeles 14 21 1
Salt Lake 4 9 :
Rrown and Ilassler; Stroud. Daunt
At San Francisco
Demaree and Baldwin;
Weaver and Mitre.
s -. a" "t . ilu
" V. "." 'nsfi. iJi. -i ii a ' i " " -" 1 1 " 1 I
Baron Rothschild has presented . his palatial residence in Genera. knon as the Chateau de Rothch!ld.
to the League of Nations for use as office. The chateau fHCUit th finet and hiimI commanding situation
on the shore of Luke Genera. Atijoinins the Chateau de Rot hri.l.i are t0 Miialler rhateant which bae
ben purchased by the league of Nations. Official continuation of ih. acceptance of the thateau ill be made
after the refren!um" in Switzerland on joining the . afcite.
Wasn't Worth While Before, But Now
Champion Wilson Has His Picture Taken
San Francisco ........
Lewis. McQuadie and
R. II .E.
1 4 3
R. H. E.
8 1J 0
..7 13 2
At St. Louis
St. Louis .... ....
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
Cincinnati . 10 17 1
Brooklyn 5 9 2
Rnether and Wingo, Rariden;
Pfeffer, Mitchell, Mohart, Miljas and
At Philadelphia R, H. E.
Pittsburgh .....7 10 3
Philadelphia ...... 6 8 1
' Adams. Watson. Hamilton. Pon
der and Schmidt; Smith. Causey and
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Georges Carpentier Not
to Fight Until October
KANSAS CITY. Mo. June li. -
Announcement wii made here !
oirbt b) Jack Curie, boxing pro
moter that th bout lelen O""orge
Caipenlier. Preurb hav weight,
ami lUttling levinky r-t fr July
2 In New York had ben potpo'i-d
until irioler 10.
Announcement also waa made by
CuMeyjhal Carpentier. his wife, and
t ranctiiH lecbtnp. iis rianagr.
would sail from New York for
France July 10. Carpentier and !-
champs. It was rtated. would return
to the I'nlted States In tfme for Car
penter to train for the bout.
Cariwntier rerHTed the nws of
the acquittal of Jack Dempoey. hea
vyweight champion, t.i San ! r or !
today on charge of eonpiracy to
evade the draft laws when be ar
rived here this eveninc. H V
c la red the verdict removal the last
oUsiarlen in t he way of a matrh
teen Iempey and himself.
Overnight Jonnay Wilson jumped irom a place of comparative ob
scurity In the pugilistic world and laaded la the limelight by wresting the
middleweight title from- Mike O'Dowd. Johnny (Giovanni Pan tea) had
been plugging along fighting for comparatively small purses and he hadn't
thought it worth while to have hs picture taken for several years. Thoxe
previously published looked as much like Lightweight Champion Benny
Leonard as anybody else. The two photographs reproduced above were
made since he became champion.
HILLINGS BRIDGE OUT.
BILLINGS. Morit.. Jne 15.
High water In the Yellowstone river
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If s pins to pianos
ycull say that Camels are
the most delightful cigarette
you ever smoked !
YOU get to enjoy Camels so much and
you so keenly appreciate their new
and refreshing flavor and their smooth
mellow-mild-body- well, you realize
they're made to fit your taste!
. . . ......
You can start with Camels quality as
one reason for their goodness. Then, to
quality add Camels expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos
i which you will quickly and surely prefer
to either kind smoked straight I All that
gives you the most delightful cigarette
any smoker ever put a match to !
Camels never tire your taste, no matter
how liberally you smoke. And, Camels
are free from any unpleasant
cigaretty aftertaste or un
pleasant cigaretty odor!
Compare Camels with any
cigarette at any price!
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i on a j wanneo out an approacn to a
bridge south of here, and a large
crew or men Is installing a dike there
tonight. The river rose one Inch to
day, brlnttnc it to 20 inches from
the record high water mark of 1518.
County officials do not regard the
situation as serious.
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Dempsey May Face
Second Draft Trial
SAN FRANCISCO. Jury 15.
Whether "Jack" Dempsey must face
face trial tomorrow on a charge 0(
conspiracy to evade the selective-
draft act will be detei mined tomor
row morning. Colonel hCarles .W.
Thomas, asistant Called State dis
trict attorney, said tonight. Iemp
sey today was acquitted on charge
of evading the draft act. Jack
Kearns. hi munaKer. is indict d with
him on he eonspiraey ehrage and
on conclusion of Dempsey'a trial to
day they wen" ordered to appear to
enter a plea in the second action to
morrow. Demp5y"s acquitaal was the sig
nal for a denioiiftratlon by spectators
such 15 seldom has been witnessed in
a federal court here.
Counsel for Impsey and Kearna
announced that dismissal of the con
spiracy charge woald be aked when
It was called up tomorrow.
Jack Johnson Still
Over Mexican Border
Wife Meets Death
ROCK FORD. 111.. Jnna !.
White riding with friends in an aut-
on the outskirts of Camp Giant last
night. Mrs. Mows, wife of Captain
Moss, camp utility officer, was shot
in the 4atk of the head from ambush
and died shortly afterwards. The
automobile had Just pusod four sol
diers on the road when they heard
a noise Ilk the explosion of a tire, i
The officers stopped the machine
and discovered the woman In the
rear seat wounded.
The four soldiers fled. Camp au
thorities caused roll to be called In
every unit In Vte camp. A search
lor the four soldiers was made. They
had not been captured at an early
Lour this morning.
WOMEN LOSE VOTE
RATON ROCGE. La.. June IS.
All possibility of action by the
Louisiana legislature to enfranchise
the women of the nation before the
November election was removed to
day. the house voting down. C7 to 14
the federal ratification resolution
then adopting CO to 29 a resolution
flatfly opposing federal suffrage.
The federal ratification railed in
the senate last week and a measure
.ranting state suffrage was today
made a special order in the senate
for Thursday. The state suffrage
measure has been passed by the public.
. SAN. DIEGO. Cal.. June .... Ie
spile report that Jack JohuMin. the
negro pugilist, would bo st-nt across
the line froni Mexico or mould come
acro Into, the United ?tate today,
he was MiM at Tijuani, lw-r Cali
fornia, a few nut from this city
s a a
INCOME TAX ClIKt kS LAUGH.
CHICAGO. June 1 Fourteen
checks for more than $1 .. ono
from firms and Individual were received-today
by the internal revenue
department in payment of the second
installment of the 11 income tax.
The largest check was for fi.oH.
00. while another was of fa.ooo.-00.
ASK UNIFORM AUTO LAWS.
MAUION McCLAlX ItE-ELFXTEI
EUGENE. Or.. June 15. Marl jn
McClain was today re-elected to the
position of graduate manager of ath
letics at the University cf Oregon.
Il just completed hi first year In
9 "Quantity Production" 1850-19:0
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aWM. It lattaU Ef
la the tmVJdie of t5e ninefeeiuh crefurr. cc P. S. Partafft. an
floyce of l!e Arnerican lioriloce Curapany. now the Wakbaaa Watdk
t'omany. retttmed to his old bucae va a viwt and was aked ty hi
lrr.d tshat he had been dvtr.4
ara worklcr. aI4 be, "tCr a ccer3? wladi Calrs arrti coby kla
watches la a day."
Great was the foerrimsct at this rrpfy.
"Why." ther exc!a!sied,'. "where could row s3 screw watcWi S Zj
even It you coal make that tsany?"
Today, cue siitf' coccemIUit. IL IxgrrKkS ft Bra. yr!uctl
twear thcaia,- wiuhcVa dif. ".
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
"'ON-i VI A !
ST. LOUIS. June 15. A campaign
for enactment of uniform automobile
laws in all states 'was authoriied at
a meeting of directors of the nation-!
al auUmbiVa olealers association to
day. The proposed campaign is ct
P"Cted to begin neat September.
SELL IT TO THE
No matter what it is, from a threshing machine, horse, or cow, to a oaper of pins.
The farmer is the best buyer.
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