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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1921.
BRITISH NAVY'S LATEST DIVER
Minor League Demands Are Al
lowed and Draft is Restored
Salary Limits and Popula
tion for Minors Fixed.
fcis fit r ;
CHICAGO, Jiin. 12. (A. P.) Or
ganized bum-bull vlrtunlly wan brought
under control of Federal Judge l,and
1 for at leant seven year when the
drafting committee of the national ns
aocintlon of minor leagues voted ap
proval of the new national agreement,
already accepted .by the two major
league committee. The action cre
ate the office of a baseball commls
sloner with supreme power and with
Judge Landls aa the flint Ineument.
All that remain Ih official appro-1
vul of the league representatives a a
whole which will probably he nlven at J
The minora reported a few weeks .agreement lodav and clcetlni? It nd
ago to be hostile to the new agreement viaory board members, the association
found the major ready to concede 01(,wcta to take action concernlnttg five
their demands. iKxpresslnic themselves , mimir ,.a(!uc players alleged to have
asaatlafled with Judge Uindl. the ml- ,,invwi )a on the j.u,.fic 0pat thin
nora were doubtful as to whether a;WlltPr wiIh rr,.(1 ,M(.Mn,ni chiamn
man agreeable to them would be cho- White Ko plaver liullcted for alleged
aen when hla term expired, but this 1 cnmplirity In "throwing-gamm in the
matter woe quickly nettled by the ; j jig wor(I B(.riM
proportion from the major mat me ;
minora lgn the agreement for only j
seven year. Then. If a new coramln- '
doner Is chosen, either a man who
meets wflth their approval of the ml- i
nor must be selected or they may
Advisory Hoard Hwtl.
The advisory board to settle baseball ,
dispute will contain two minor league1
representative, the other two to be :
presidents of the National and Amerl- PHILADKI.PHIA, Jan. 12. (A. I'.)
can league. When this hoard is un-; Stewards of the (irand Circuit Tiies
ablo to settle a dispute, the case will day reelected last years officers anil
go to Judge Lundls and his decision adopted a schedule for mi.
will be final. ' Findings of the rules committee a
The minors voted to restore the well as those of the schedule r'ommlt
draft. but made reservations to the re- tee wero ratified at the executive ses
Moratlon which does, not muke It slon. The rfules committee declared
compulsory. lttsclf satisfied with the present rac-
Any league so desiring mny remain ;lng code, but proposed that certuln cir
out of the draft. Leagues which do cult rulings pertaining to stake events
not lake part will not be permitted to should be altered slightly. (The
draft player from leagues which do change were said to govern entrance to
go In, but may draft from each other. Grand Circuit events.
The I'oclflo Coast league will take The turfwrlters' association held Its
part in the draft. jannual meeting today and reelcctc i
Vrrv Arei Ket High. officer.
The rtraTrFcirflnfl"Vn"M mnde from Or. j - .
toher 15 to October 20 and the draft NATION AL GUARD TROOP
rSlZTZ a. ...:! 'AND CLEVELAND GREYS
class B, 2f00; class C, J1500; class D, j - ArrnMPAWY HflRniWH
The minor also established a new ,
scale of player and salary limits as1 CLRVKl-AND. O., J.in 12,-Troop
follows- ot lhe u,,l National (iuard and the
ClossAA No salsrv limit; S5 play-: Cleveland Oravs are preparing for the
ers until day after season opens. Inaugural parade of Warren i, Hatd
and then 25. j "n,'f ,"st I""68'''0"1.
r-iu.. A ftalarv limit of tl2F.: I Troop A has escorted every presl-
nmo t n for first 30 days dent elected from Ohio since and
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Scale of Weights for Boxers
Corresponding to That Now
Used in New York State is i
Agreed Upon for All.
Thl picture show one big reason
I. Many naval exnerts nav sir hmn)
noueht of iho f,.i,,r ,w- . V . " ";," " uciph.-bb una mat me areaa-
SiTcrS.1 1h?.su;neael11hteInh0udg:I.gunc'lrry':'fE sub:nariB5- ,he Lritieh navy u buiiding "cb i8at
l'S Dvl aln In !. , t . : 1. .. ii j ...
nomMn Muni nBvni av.V r -v - ioiii.-iwiijjB 10 uuuu more turiace dreud-
nousniB. Aiuny naval experts say air bomb n w nink Snrfn u,i.,a .u ..
FIRST GAME OF YEAR,
PLAYED BY SAND LOT
KIDS, DELAYS JUDGE
CHICAGO, Jan. 12. (A. P.)
The afternoiin scsHion ot the
meeting of the major arid minor
league committees was delayed
a while throush the absence of
Judsre Landis. who had been ask-
ed to give his approval to tha
final draft, which thi y were
Tile judtte was payed, but he
could 'nol'be found. One of tho
committee members glanced out
of the hf ft 1 window towards
(irartt l'ark, across tho street
where boys were playing bae-
ball.. liink of first base was a
tall, slim figure clad in the long
, "There's our missing commis-
shiner and 1 ,gue.s we'll have to
send a meswnger for him," aid
til.1 committee member. ; .
"Sorry to have delayed you
gentlemen,-' said the Judge, "but
that's the first game of the sen-
sun and 1 JUHt had to watch it.".
GAME TONIGHT IS OFF;
NEW YORK. Jan. 12. (A. !.)
;Tho t it f n of National boxing AsHochi-
Ititm nf the I'nited Htatf was a'toM'l .
Ttiexd.iy at tho convention of tivWuutet-
from 16 PtatPH to organize a governing
l,ofy over profefwionut boxing". I
ItH object was announced oh the j
rrjfuli tion and HUpervlHion of thp Bport f
in thp intrcHt of public welfare. !
lJl;ms to have f-very Htate reprowent- j
ed on the board of dlrei'tora are in-
( hided in a recommendation formally
A cale of weights for boxers correp
Itondin? to that used in New York Htatt
j wan adopted by dele;at'H. U w.ls dr
'cided that eonteKtants munt weih fi.
fix and a half hours before rins tim
I bi-Tore the elub scales in the presenct
of eat h other and a elui) official.
Our Prices Are
Always the Lowest
Children's Heavy Bloomers 73c
Ladies' Knit Bloomers 69c
Ladies' Heavy Outing Bloomers 9Sc
Ladies' Knit Unions (."c
Ladies' Fine Knit Vest 25c
Ladies' Black and White Hose 20c
Ladies' House Dresses $1.49 and $1.93
Children's Dresses $1.49 and $1.95
Children's Rompers 98c
Ladies' Outing Gowns $1.49
Ladies' Skirts ' $4.50 to $12.50
Ladies' Waists $1.49 to $7.50
Ladies' Sweater Waists .". $7.50
Ladies' Petticoats $l.fi9 and $1.95
745 Main St.
Inability of the HermistoTi basket
ball teams to accept a m:d-week date
to play the Pendleton teams led to the
call ng off yesterday afternoon of the
scheduled basketball double header at
Pendleton high school tonight. There
will be no game on the local floor this
evening as a result.
.Games havo een scheduled for the
local, however, with the freshman
ituartct of berth the stale university
and agricultural college. Coach Han
ley will lead his men against the O.
A. C. rocks on' Jan. 2f at C'orvallis
and the following nipht against the
l of O. frosh at Kugene. He will take
a stiuad of six men west for the
PARK SYSTEM CIRCLES
CITY IN GREAT BELT
EXPERT CHINESE GIRL
. SILK WEAVERS WILL
DEMONSTRATE ART HERE
CHICAGO Jan. 12. In its Ylfth
year Chicago's forest preserve, en
circling the city in a great outer park
belt, numbers 18,028 acres and cost
$7, 20. 000. Peter Relnberg, president
of the district, reports. In 1920 the
nrpwrvfi pntrtaiiieel ovnr 3 fhlfl 000 '
The park already include? more
than half of the 30,000 acres t-f avail
able wooded land behind Chicago and j
new tracts are continually being added.
Indian Day held in the preserve last
year, commemorating tribes lhat once I
lived in these same wooded lands.
proved so 'successful that it will be
made an annual event. Descendants!
of these tribes were broupht back for!
! OF 100100 IS 0
SAYS CIRCUIT JUDGE
and- 20 thereafter.
Class B Salary limit of $32o0 and
player limit of 20 for 30 days und 16 ,
Class C Salary limit of $2650 and
player limit of 18 for SO day and,14
Class DSalary limit of 12400 and
player limit of 18 for 30 days and 14 i
Ilnls for Violations.
Failure to live up to these limits will
milt in a fine of 100 for the first of- ,
fense. J200 if the case I not rectified
In 10 day and then a fine of J 3 on and ;
decision by the national board of con- !
The clubowner decided to classify j
leagues on the basis of the last federal ,
census, and under the following scnle: :
League with 280,000 to 1,000,000 .
Class H. '
Leagues under 250,000 popula
tion. Class D. i
Classes A Aand A will remain as at i
present more than 1.000,000 popula-;
The annual meeting of the nssocia
cluding Ituthirford H .Hayes, while
the Grays boast of having escorted
President William Henry Harrison
from Fort Meigs to Cleveland eluhty
years ago and since then Presidents
CiarfielaV HenJ....amln Harrison nnd
Roosevelt. Troop A Is a cavalry and
the nrays Infantry.
Tho Crays' plans Include the pres
ence hi the marching line nf Col. F. V.
tlalbraith, national commander of the
Krieger Wins in Straight
Falls I'Ynni Itay Zimmcr
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 12. (A. I'.)
Adam Krclger of Lincoln, won in two
straight falls from Itay Zinimer of
Winner, S. D., here lust night, taking
tho first In one hour nnd three minutes
with a combination head scissors and
toe hold and the second in 14 minutes
with a body scissors and toe hold. The
men are welterweights.
llOior Wins Ity Newspaper
lHiision Over Homer Smith
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 12 (A. P.l
tlon will bo held the first Tuesday In I Captain Hob Itoper of Chicago, won
December hereafter nnd must take the newspaper decision over iromcr
place In a city represented In the asso-i Snrlth of Kalnmawm, Mich., in an
J,fton I elght-roum bout last night. The men
Besides noting on the new nntloml are heavy weights. '
Modern Marriages Mostly . for
Convenience, Day Past When
Woman Will Take Whaf Man
. Throws at Her, Says
! SHANGHAI, Jan. 12. (A. p.)
Chin Me!, Tin Mel and Mel J.lng,
! Shanah ii Chinese cirls who are ex
pert silk workers, are going to Am
erica this month to show how silk is
reeled In Chinese filiatures st the In
ternational Silk Exposition that is to
open in New Tork early In February.
The girls will accompany a delega
tion of five headed by Rse Yu-ming,
delegate representing the Peking gov
ernment:. The other delegates are be
ing smit by th" Shanchai .teatn Silk
Fillmore nnd Cocoon Merchants
'itie girls are to t'enionptrate how
the silk is iMireeled from the cocoon
ind reeled into skeins.
Overbeck & Cooke
Pendleton Walla Walla, Portland
Member of Chicago Board of
Private Wlree to all Exchange
Stocks Bonds Grain
Hooru Judd llldg. Phone (80
Quaker City lloekoy Tram
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 12
The Quaker ice hockey team def?
cd Princeton here last night, S to 2
8 to 2
-(A. P.) j
ST. LOUIS THORQFARE
PORTLAND, Or., Jan. 12. (P. P.)
Circuit Judge V. N. (latens inter
rupted proceedings in a divorce case
hern when the defendant was acked
tuestlon by one of the nttorneys,
wasn't that On tens objected to
His INAUGURAL. BALL ;
T0 BE ABANDONED
IN 1921 CEREMONY
WAHIXOT'-X. Jan. 12. (A
KanVn !r tn take his oaih i;
Itjs'ornte rhinber. All out side
the 1 i:in:lH nre to bo nbandoneil
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Free Sales Day
December 16th was redeeming day in our
store. Bring in your sales slips of that day and
take away the cash or its equivalent.
This means a ne'at saving to our customers
in sums ranging from one dollar to twenty;
enough saved in one day's purchase to pay for a
If you are not a customer and taking advant
age of our low prices you should investigate at
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on Jhe Market We Have It"
question; but he wanted to answer it
Mrs. A. C. Schniitt, who was heini
sued for divorce by her husband, a ;
well-known "local iihysioian. was asked j
by her lawyer if she believed marriage '
to be sacred. (
'I can answer that question," inter- i
nipted Judge (latens. "Not one out of J
lOO.uoo marriages Is sacred. They are j
mostly marriages of convenience, in I
which the man wants a housekeeper
and mistress nnd the womnn a home.
Too much is expected of each other in
the marriage relation.
"The day is post in which woman,
has to take what wan wants to throw
at her, and the war is largely respond
ible. It made women more indepen
dent. She is not willing to be n slave
and raise children and take the mite
a man is willinR to nlve her In return.
';.Man nnd wife should be partners
in everything, not only love and effec
tlon, in the idenl marital relationship.
Marriuse Is sacred only where there
Is peace and hitpplness." '
Oatens. nfter henrine all the testl
mopv. concluded the trouhle In the
cis!on was made today following Hard
"C".; roncyt for a simple ceremony.
There -w ill b- no Kill.
ST. LOPLS, llo., Jan 12. Mote
than $SO.nO().000 in gold, silver' and
currency was hauled through the i
streets of St. Louis without the loss of 1
a cent, while crime here was at its j
peak last month, it is announced at i
the federal building. .
Daily for nearly a month millions of
dollars were carried 15 blocks to the
I'nion Station, as much as Jj,flOO,000
being in a sinsle trip.
Three men, with arms concealed,
guarded each vehicle, and unbroken :
iSi-oreiy was maintained. ,
j The money was being: sent to the
I min s at Denver and San Francisco
' from the I'nited Suites subtreasury
here, w hich was suspended by act of
congress last May.
"You Save Money
says the Good Judge
Effective January 1st, the price is re
duced 28 per cent on all automobile
starting and lightiny types of
i j ys ti n iiv
Schmitt family was "just a scrap to s-e
who's boss," and that both sides were
"at fault." He gave the husband the
decree, however, but divided the cus
tody of the only child between the two
And get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction, when you uso
this class of tobacco.
This is because the full, rich,
real tobacco taste, tests so
long, you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often. c
And a small chew gives more
reel satisfaction than a big chew
of the ordinary kind ever did.
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tc!l you
rut up in teo styles 1
V-Ii CUT is a lo;r; fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
The quality remains the same, giving
you the maximum combination of
power, dependability, and long life.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts,
I Conroy's Cash Grocery i
PAY CASH AND BUY FOR LESS.
Best Creamery Butter, lb
1 i ill llMT nil min
COSTLY TO VEST COAST!
.WASHINGTON, Jan. 12. (!'. IM
iwi. ihni ii verv great Injury will
'be done the racllic coast by the em
iergency tariff bill duties on oriental
i vegetable oils was laid before the sen
ate finance committee. , licfincrtcs.
'soup manufacturers und other indus
tries will be forced to close, hipping
will slump, nil Pacific export and Im
port business will decrease. Arthur
Dunn. San Francisco, said. He repre
sented the commerce association ol
Clcmciieeait I'nks Titers
In India .Inutile Hunt I
GAYVI.IOU, Central India, Jan. 12. j
(A. P. The former Kronen premier.
Ueorges t'lemcnccau, w ho Is a guest or
tha Maharaja of Sindbia, has bagged
REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
. COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
I Crisco, 6Ibs
Lard .... . No. 3, 73c ! No. 5, SIJ25 ; No. 1 0, $2.25 H
Red Mex. Beans, 11 lbs $1.00 H
Crystal While Soap, 14 bars .: $1.00 H
Flour, 49 lb. sack $2.60; barrel $10.20 H
Best Creno Toilet Panor. 4 for S
H Eastern Corn Meal. 9 lb. sack 50c
H Hils Blue Coffee, 1 lb. 33c; 3 lbs $1.03
p Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for 23c H
H Hills Red Coffee 1 lb. 50c; 5 lbs $2.4Q If
two full grown tigers. ,