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DAILY EAST OREGOMIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1920.
Borton and Maggart Say it is
Ambiguous and Does Not
, Set Forth Circumstances of
LOH AXOELHS, Doc. 22. -(A. I'.)
Tho lndlctmentrecently returned by
the I.oh Angeles county Krund Jury
chawing three former ' l'nfllfic Coast
leuKUe baseball player and one alien
ed professional Kumblcr with havlnK
criminally conspired to "throw" guinea
In the li 8 wuBon we attacked In a
demurrer filed In the supeilor court
here toduy. - (
The domurrnr was brought by attor
ney representing W. linker ("lfabe")
llorton, former Vernon . player, and
Hnrl MiiKKert. former Halt Uika play
er. They chanted tho Indictment wan
faulty In that It wan umliittuuiiH and
' did not definitely et forth the. olrcum
stauce of the alU-Ked conspiracy. Aft
er a brief argument. Judue Frank It.
Willi ordered the case submitted on
brief and continued the cane until
Friday. W. J. Jtumler of the Kail
Lake team and Nathan llayinuiul, al
leged Rambler ot Seattle, have not yet I
responded to the Indictment. 1
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Now is the time to pick out your Christmas din
ner, for our stock ia now complete. We will have
for our trade
TURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE, CHICKENS, SUCK
LING PIGS. FANCY FALL LAMBS AND
PRIME CORN FED BEEF
Sec this wonderful beef now displayed in our
market. -We have the whole carcass displayed just
as they are originally and not even split or cut.
PLACE AN ORDER EARLY .
Pendleton Trading Co,
Hf It's on the Market We Have It"
Two of the most homelike hotels
n Portland, located In tho heart of
tha shopping and theater district.
All Oreeon KlceiHc trams atop at
the KUWAKlt HOTi:i. Uic llotiae of
t'liccr. Excellent dining; room In
connection. THE Winn, COIL
N'KliU S, (lie House of Welc-mic. Is
only two short blockB from the Se
ward. Our brown busses unlet all
train. Katos Sl.oO and up.
W .C. CUTJlEltTSON, l-rop.
Attach It to any lamp -x-kot.
With the Simplex Klectrlo
Junbowl liadlator you can In
itantly have the radiant warmth
f the summer aun from any
The Inverted cone-shaped el
tctrlo heating element and Its
generous sized reflector makes
:hls radiator not only the hot
:est and most cheerful but ulso
the most economical of them
all. It takes no more current to
operate than your electric Iron
J. L VAUGIIAN
itiio 1- tXmrt
"RAGGING" BOXERS IS IN
BAD TASTE IN GERANYM I
AND APPLAUSE IS RARE
ISEItU.V. Dec. 22. (A. P.) I'ro-
frnstonuI prize-fighting and wrcstllnv,
Introduced Into tVennuny since the
war, have won wide popularity mid are
looked upon uk social function a well
ax un umuHeinent. Men und women
who occupy the highest priced seats .
appear in formal evening dress, al- Joe Lynch and Pete Herman on
though the management mUy not prc- (Jarja to Battle for Honor
scribe such ultlre. I
The development of the Hport ha j NoW Held by Latter; Chal
becrt troubled wllh some perplexliiKj lnntrnr in Favnrito
incidents, fur Ihn Ci.riiinn t.nl.lln I
aceuMtomed to "box flifhtiiiK," appar
ently ha been unable to decide what
Ita proper ultltudu Hhoiild be on such
occasions. ChooilnK. upplaiidlnit wllh
the hands, or any "rooting" or "rat;
Klng" Ik In hiah disfavor. At the first
sign of approval from supporters of a
boxer, sections of tho audience rise
and his the "rooter" down. The pat
rons insist everything shall be perfect
When a fihter Is crowned with a
laurel wreath, or
wreath of roue.
or presented with a hie bouipict, and
proclaimed a victor. It In nulte proper j joe i.ynch. the Idol of the west side,
to applaud, decorously. Admirer Of j meets pete Herman, the ispialty Utile
tho winner shower b m with bunchc champion, in a 1.1-round bout to a de
of flowers, and the referee make iClsion. put on by Tex Richard,
speech acclaiming the prowess of the Lynch won the right to a bid foi
flKhter, a well a explaining Just how the championship of the lltle fellows
he won the victory. An effort Is made I by knocking out Jack Sharkey, the
to adhere to the American description I conqueror of Jimmy Wilde, . In thr
of blow and maneuver. Frequently
at the end of n round, when a boxer
baa got In a telling stroke, the referee
harangue the audience with a degerip-
llon of the blow and what It effect !
., .- ,
DONT FORGET THE
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large assortment of
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NEW VOUK, Dec. 22. (ISy Henry
L. Fundi, I'. P. Staff Correspondent.)
A sunny haired young Irish boy,
worth clow to 1 100,000, but who driven
u truck for hla futher Just the nunc, a
long outgrowth of a kid who ruled the
wont aide with a pair of freckled
"Dukes," a real American lad who
dropped everything and rushed to the
tolora when the call came, goes after
the world' bantam-wclKht champion-
Jnhip tonight In Madison ftjuure Oar-
fteenth round of a sensational fight
Were December 2.
Hy the boxing skill and the punch
shown in that bout, I.ynch is the fav-
orlle to be(l, ,ne mu holiKT.
Holh are to weigh lid pounds at i
o'clock this aftecnoon.
I.yiieli Will Have frowd
A crowd of over lO.loid is expected
to see the oattle and it Is safe to as
sert that per cent of the assem
blage will lie raising a vocal din foi
I.ynch, as he Is the Idol of the town
and Herman never has been a popuhu
champion In the eist.
Herman. 'H. a native of New Or-
' leans, has been boxing for eight years
j He won the bantamweight title fro
1 1 Kid Williams in 191J. H.nee th:t
jitmie he has boxed Indifferently, heim
II Inclined to favor no-decision affairs Ii
preference to risking his title.
1 1 His dodging tactics in getting ou'.
i of the defense of his title made hirr
exceedingly unpopular. After he had
; I licked out of a contract to meet Jim
my Wilde In London last summer,
Charles II. Cochrane, the London pop
j ulur promoter who held the contract
! announced ihat he could not deal witl
1 fighters and. keep his faith, with th
pul'I'c. and he reined. '- "
! Herman has fought three no-dec'
sion boots with I.ynch, but -etalned hi.
j title, nlthoueh Lynch was given th
popular verdict on each meeting.
! Lynch Is :'3 years of age and wa
j born in Ni-w Yol k. He started hi:-
iing career in 11 in a uo-oiciwnn
! contest with Johnny Krtle. He,l"i
i two deiision bouts to Jimmy Wlld
' world's flyweight champion, staylns
i with him fifteen rounds In their las'
I mcetlnc- last year. He has fought ali
the leading American little fellows. In
. eluding Pal Moore, Frankie Hums.
IJi'rankle Mtisoii, Joe liurman, and Kl
I He won a 20-round bout from Tom
my Noble In London last year and lnte
trimmed Jole Fox. the little liritlsher.
Challenger Has Moii'-y
I.ynch Is one or the boxers tho ex
ponents of the came like to hold no
as a model. . He Is a clean-living,
thrifty led. who has earned something
.w. to $lon.finn In the ring. He live?
with his father, a brother and tw
sisters on the west side. His f ilher I'
engaged in the trucking business and
when Joe is not training for a fiebt
he can generally bo found at the wheel
of one of the elder Lynch's trucks.
His father und his brother always at-j
lend his fights, hut he doesn't like iuj
have his sisters around. ,
"It was a long time before I'd let ;
Dnd and te kid around the ring," he
inld. "I was afraid they would want
to take a hand if things went wrong
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. 22. tl". V.) I
One of the most attractive boxing i
cards arranged here In several e.trs
will be enjoyed by fans at the Milwuu. !
kio arena tonight.
Joe Benjamlne, who recently return- 1 C0SIS 101S 01 lllOneV 111 UOOkkeeiJine aild lost aC
I in Portland from the eat and'S ,,,-., i j i . a
ed to Portland from the eat nnd;
Harry Schuniun of Denver, hitter ri
vals, will furnish the main attraction.
They are hooked for 10 rounds.
Frankie Murphy of Denver and
.Lloyd Madden of Seattle are schedul-
ed for 10 rounds, as are Ole Anderson
:of Tacoma und Soldier Hunker of San
i Francisco, two heavyweights,
Joo Dunn of Tacoma und Ad Mark
iof rortlund will stane the four-roun-1
; curtain raiser.
wno aoes not pay.
SWEDISH SKATERS GIVE j r . r
CHAMPION WIDE BERTHIH y1' 6 ')0unds 51.65
Cottolcne .,.4 lbs. $1.23, 8 lbs. $2.25
i n..ii... t. ji ....
STtH K1UH..M, Dec. 22. (A. IM
I Hobby McLean, the American Cham
' plon sknter. having chullcnKod Oscar
i Mathlesen the world's champion, to a
'skuiiiis Association to uotm.riie nij
miiho arrausemems ioi- me maicn in .
be held here, hut the Associuttt
a meetlUB; recently unanimously
tu 111 mi nils mm mod niuM-u iu H't
ward .McLeun s challenge to the Swed -
llsh amateur champion, Kuric ltlom-
igren. on the grounds that the Assocla -
lion was working purely on unutcui
Prince -Becomes Buck Private
' m nmnnttMmiMmm'm fiinrnT rrrrri ""H ffif tuttmtu imnirrii ifr Vi " fff-j'. -iy.
Prliwe Leopold, eldest son of King Albert ot Belgium and he'r
to the Belgian throne. Is now a buck private In a military school In
Brussels. His royal papa decided a little strict discipline would bet
ter fit the boy to rule some day than the luxurious life In the royal
palace. Be is seen here, looking very serious, at Inspection.
WKST POINT. X. Y.. Dec. 21. (A.
P.) The army's football sched
ule, announced toduy, includes a pame
with Vale at New Haven, oji October
VI and the euHtomary final season con
test with the navy at New York on
The schedule: OCoher , Spring
field college and New Hampshire
State CoHeKe: October fc, Middlebury
CoHckc and Lebanon Valley - College;
October 15. Wabash College of Craw
i'ordsville, Ind.; October 22, Vale at
New Haven; October Vi, Susquehanna
College; November 5, Notre Dame;
Nov. 12, Villa Nova; November 19
pen; November 2tJ, navy at New
PASAIJKXA. Calif., Dee. 22. (A.
P.) Officials for the I'oothull game
here New Y ear's day between the Uni
versity of California and Ohio Slate,
un ehosen hy Hie athletie directors of
he two insinUutions, were announced
last night by the Tournament of Hoses
voc.uiion. j They are:
Ueferee, Ceorge M. arnell, Chi
cago, Spokane. Wash.
Umpire. F. K. l'irch, Kurllium, Ced
ar Falls. Iowa.
Head line.ioan. Y. S. Kienholiz
Michigan. I'asadena, Calif.
Field Judue, Joseph Magissohn,
ELMER JACOBS, MOUND
ARTIST, RELEASED TO
SEATTLE BY ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS, Mn.. flee. 22. (A. 1M
Pitcher Elmer Jacobs has been re.
claimed from Cincinnati on waivers by
the St. Ijinis Nationals and released to
the scuttle club of the Pacific coast
!.!. MO t 1. . . .
......i, ...,,,,.,,., r.raucii' i;iiKev an
nounced today. He goes as final nir.
: ment for Jacques Fournivr. first base
j man, but is subject to recall liickey
1 Cincinnati only recent lv claimed
! Jacobs fro mthe Cardinals hv waiver
Ciivm1..scenn- after pneumonia
I pooui tever :,,! the Srip. is sometime. I
j merely upparem. not real. To make
M. real and rapid, there is no other I
j w so highly to be recommended as
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FIRST HOCKEY GAME IN
SEATTLE WILL BE WITH
VICTORIA SEVEN TODAY
SEATTLE, Dec. 1'.) The
tft-Hiu hiK-Key Rt-jiKon will open to
night in i game between the V.ctorfci.
H. L, "ArimotTuts" and the utle
"Metropolitan" of the Pacific Coast
Hockey Association. Seattle lust the
opening pame of the association sched
ule, to 0, to Vancouver, EL C, at Van
couver, liiMt nipht.
Wcnk I. ungs
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ess promptly treated, pneumonia may
follow. As a prompt cure for had
colds no one could wish for a better
medicine than Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy. The success that has at
tended the use of this preparation,
not only throughout the Cnlted States,
iint In many foreiKn countries, shows
that It is a remedy that can be relied
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n.d only costs 35 cents; large size 60
." " A (ii'Hid CoimjIi Meuidue
It speaks well of a cough medicine,
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tomers. I have always used it in my
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For IndifWMion and Constipation
There may be people in this vicinity
who ure affected with indigestion and
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terested in the experience of Mrs. H.
C. Getty, Indiana, Pa. When visiting
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vised to try chamberlain's Tablets for
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Physician ami Surgeon
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Where everything is arranged for your conven
ience. Here you will find full line of
Men's Felt Slippers
Men't and Boys' Caps
Men's asid Eoys' Sweat
We also carry a complete line of Bhoes for every
member of the family. Store open evenings until
Xmad. '., " - ? . -
745 Main St.
REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
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Christmas morning will certainly be a happy
morning when your wife is the recipient of
beautiful and practical electrical appliances.
She loves such things for their utility and gen
eral ornamental attractiveness.
Then too, consider the time, worry anl labor
you save by having such appliances as an elect
ric iron, toaster, percolator, washing machine,
vacuum cleaner, grill, etc. Any thing you buy
,for her here will be appreciated as a gift.
J. L. Vaughan
Men's Dress Shirts
Men's Flannel Shirts
Boys' Flannel Shirts
Boys Dress Pants
Men's and Beys' Under
Men's" Hats and Caps
Men's Silk and Lisle Sox
Ladies Skirts "
Ladies' Dresses ' J ,1
Boys' High Top Shoes.
Ladies' High Top Shoel.
Cottcn and Wool Blank
Baby' Fancy Blanket
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