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DAILY EAST OEECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, 1921,
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Benny Leonard Defends Title in
Spectacular Affair in Madi
son Square Garden Last
Legion Want3 Feb. 5 for Box
ing Card and High School
Has Hoop Play on With Ea
ker High School Quintet.
liasludbull and' hoxlnjf 'will lie bid-
dim; fur tho Unit-light Saturday nlulil,
MADISON 8QUAUH flAKDKN, New
Tork, Jan. 1S. (A. I'.) In a spectti.
culnr bout which wan stopped by tho Feb. 5, If the duto announced today
referee In the sixth round tit Marti- fur the American I-exlon's next bnx-
un Stiuure Garden Inst nlKht, Kenny ini: curd itoe through. I'endlctnn hlsh
Leonard, world's lighlwolnht chum- school has scheduled the Halter hltih
plon mored a technical knockout over school basketball tt-tim for u wi-k-Rlt'hle
Mitchell of Milwaukee, w ho ' t nd pair of trames Feb. 4 mid ."i. while
despite hlB defeat, proved himself a . l'entileton l'ost hopes to put on the
worthy challenger. firm whiter Losing card on the sec
Tho bout -wait the main Httractlon I mid nK-ht.
at a benefit by' tho American com-1 Jack Dotph, matchmaker for the
mittee for devastated Franc. j 1'Kloti, In doping nut a card to Inrliidc
In the opening round Leonard j some of the bent known boxers tin the
knocked hia opponent down . three const In the mrtie rln-f with some n
tlmes and injured ItlohfeV rltiht eye cal bosu who are Mown to have a bit
o badly that It was uki-Ii-hk to the "f claim, Ki.rl NewipjiKt, former navy
Rame weatern lad during the remalnd- boxer, la one of the local hoy who
cd of the bout. However, toward the will bo matched. I-'rankle Itt-Kan i
end of tho inltlnl round, Kit hie mir-1 another to go on the cartl.
prlaed the champion ami In fact the I Th chief bout may see two of th
entire hoiife hy hooklnir a terrific ' best -welterwelBhta in these parts pit
left to Leonard's Jaw which sent tho ted asaliiat each other. Nell Allison,
champion down on hla back. Leo- . middle weatern whirlwind, la bt-ins np-
nard aroso alowly and remalnlnn on
one knee, waved hie hand to bin man
Kcr and econdn, lndlctim that hin
head -was clear and that ho waa uninjured.
proached by the legion to box 1"
round nKulnrt Frnnkio Murph-..
Mjirphy boxetl Ha-ry Caitey here hint
July 3 and made a hit. He outweiKheii
Caftey comddt-i ably at that time and
I aKiihiNi a man of bin own weight
From thla to the belnnlK of the Wouid hve a better chance to how
tlxth round, Iveonard had the advan- hw f.,Kt ho con KO, )f ,. ne httJ1
tase In every aenslon, but many close ', ns.imt ,wo r,f the beat
obaervem believed that If Ix-t.nard had woU( r lhe casli jhiiny Slc
nnt virtually blinded Itichle'H eye inC.trthv cnnm,,0n, of ,i.n FranciKto,
the opening round the Milwaukee lad nm, AUx TrarrUlas, f Portland,
would have lven him the fluht of his -,n Ille turb.
career. Tn UK,mi prmmirv of 3t rotinda oi,
In the tlxth round Richie tried his l7 h ho ittven th.tna Kvery
beat to land a .olid blow but Leo- b',", "",,h WHI be a flht
nnrda bl.K-klnK and fo.itwerk. were wl,h ,w" rvn n;"1""' that
almont perfect In defense. Iy-onard . Tr' ""!er ml!1 "i1 ,he 'y- V'''h
atta.k In Ihl. round waa fierce imd!1" 0",l,, 't '''
hA uimiti., i li i and will Mlep In the ring to work. He
m feet. He sent Richie to the floor
thrr-n times and was rendy to put over
a flnlHhlnsr punch when Iteferee I!l;ui
kop Intervened and saved Mitchell
from further punishment. The men
weight In at 2 p. m., at 13:M pounds,
one pound under stipulated welitlu.
Ibith looked trained to tho hour and
expressed hl confidence while they
were bclmj l'rja.'irj.(J Jtjr ,11; end.
is working In I'ordnnd thronnh Frank
Kendall, matchmaker for the Mil
waukee club, and expects to get aom"
good bova, nmong them Miyidiy,
rnnmin urm i mnr .
2232 Pairs of Men's
bought at the new price levels which
is al)0ut 50 cent? on the dollar of the
Men's Work Pants 32.45, 82.95, 83.45,
Men's Work Pants, extra heavy $150
Men's! Dress Pants. 3.45, $4.50, $1.95
v We have your size.
745 Main St.
Y.tl.K 4i, C OIJM J.I, HI.
NEW HAVF.X. f'onn.. Jan. 15 A.
T.) Cornell defeated Yale i ' to. 19
it biutketbull h re hut night,.
luftt niht, on the ground that White
(was stallinn. Newspaper men gave
; Friedman the bet of the fight dur
: 'ng the nine and u half rofent.s.
QUALITY SERVICE . SANITATION
Quality Goods Sold to
You at Lower Prices
If we can sell a thousand orders at a five cent
profit we are making more than we would by
selling a hundred orders at a ten cent profit.
In short, this is our policy our low prices on
meats and groceries mean that you are getting
the best brands on the market, but our volume
of business enables us to sell for less.
Our meat is killed, handled and sold under the
most sanitary condition. An investigation is
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
oitKiiox AcnirnrriiAL, col-
LKO-B, ot vallirt, Jan. IS. The rc
Kn havfl jtint crfinpli'totl t.h
mot surcetiHfuI fmithaH sanim in ih
histury of the coMuxv from a finan
rml Mtiimlpoiut, accrdinaf to a re,po.'i
iv "Jiminy" lUohariiHun, viiem
manager f tudt'nt affa!r.
Tho lot itl ivceipLs for tho season
:imunt(.f t i't.K.'H.lj as ounipan'O
with $12. (n for last your. Afie:
ik'dnctiriff travel expanses ihc pro
tits amnuntcd to JlJ.tii'B. 2.
From reports received Ihi oiighout. I Sitrah Harvey, s.-freUiry; Alr. Oaro
'j the country the local colics i l not! line Gill, treasurer, Kuth Wrestler
I, alone in its profitable season nr font- rumluetor.
Sillll. The Beaver collese is nnt vor
3 j thy. however, on account of the iarg
Bi'l-ayincnl that had to bo made olh'i
O-'lieciul to K.i."t (Jresoniun. I
riljtiT IK U K, Jan. 13. The bical
Relwkiih b tlje held its annual iuslal
h;tinn tif ntf.fiTS at the regular Tucs
d.ty evening iin eimK of this v;eit. Ktd
itiwing ale the new officers: .Mrs.
Ma'.tie CtMiier. noble grand; Mrs.
.yra Sii.ilherland, vice grand; Mrs.
3 colleges under present contraets.
- " UPQU!NTETATO.A.C
Aliout loit.v or nioi'e members tif
the ht"il Utld Fellows lodKe .stormed
the Pendleton order Tuesday eveninir.
taking with them well filletl baskets
and together they enjoyed a bounteous
ftiist tollmvliiK 'he regular meeting.
A 11 rt'iiort a most enjoyable time.
Mia. Kiia .Mrl:room was a J'endie-
iton isitor lotulay.
Mrs. James Arnburgr tmderwent an
operation at St. Anthony's hospital in
l endleton Monday.
Miss Alta Vo.vlen was a week-end
!j;nest at 'the home of Mr:' :ultl Mrs.
OKKtiOX A t ' fi I ( ' U LT 1 R A I. CU1.- j Hampton near 1'endleloil. "
l.Y.V.K, t'orvallis. Jan. 15. The bask- joe I'edro was a l'lot Uook visitor
etball team of the enlisted deta'-hno'iit j Tuesday xfrom Gurdano. .'
hat the eoliet;e is fast takmu form.j Mrs. W. t). Slaver has been Confined.
KJames with Camp Lewis and with thi j,,, herliome th.s week with neuialiiia.
fleam representlnc the Marehlield The first session' of the new town
aviation field, California, will be pin '- i co.meil wijs held Tuesday afternoon.
ed later In the season. Preliminary , , hn i,..i'j,-n was replaced as
Now is the time to have that car
to these Kannjs. the local team
Marshall and Mayor Kracher uppoim-
r-eeond and fourth Thursdays of each
month in the basement of the church
and all ladies are invited to attend.
Plain sewing, quilting, etc.. will he
done at ji reasonable price.
Officers of the society are Mrs. Carl
Jensen, president; Mrs Hessic Humph
rey, vice president; Mrs..V. A. Gil
liam, secretary-treasurer. -
Mrs. Owen T. Carnes spent Tuesday
in Pendlt ton.
Mrs. Pert XVestgate returned home
Monday from the John Tlunyan ranch
where she has b-en helping care for
the sick. Several members of the
family were ill with snlallpo. All are
reported better. Mrs. Marlin Quim-
Pbv and infant son, ioth smallpox pa
tients, are getting along nieelyr
At the Ladies Community Club
meeting Wednesday evening -it ? de
cided to givfc an old fashioned ' all in
the near future to raise funds for the
club, provide the Odd Fellow hall
could be secured for the purpose. A
committee was appointed to look Into
lhe matter and a date for the affair
will probably be announced later.
Chairmen of six standing committees
were appointed as follows: Home
economies. Mis. Herbert Poylen. .Sr.:
needlework. Mr.;. Cora Knolls: health.
Mrs John Mover: civic beauty, Mrs.
M. G, E.lwnrds; schools. Mrs. J. H.
Truman: library. Mrs. W. C. Stanley.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Gill returned this
week from Washtuena and Wall;
Walla, where they have been visiting
relatives since Thanksgiving.
I'has. Matthews, 1 C. Scharpf. A. A
Cole and Mrs. John McLeod were out
from Pendleton Thursday to attend
a stockholders' mcVling of the Pilot
Herbert Poylen. Sr., attended a
meeting of the directors and stock
holders of the American National
bank of Pendleton Tuesday evening-
schedule games with Albany colli -e, ; e(1 ltu. fallowing committees:
hilomoth college, the Moose club
Albany, the college rooks and intra
mural teams. Some of the best form
er I'nited States army players are on
William Q. Wilson, Xnow n as the
army's best athlete, the outstanding
star of the team. Wilson is a star
track, football, baseball, and basket
bull player. He nlsu holds the light
weight boxing championship of the
army. H. J. Peniberlon Is another
army ntlibte and will play on the
detchment's basketball team.
In-. DeVaul -anti C. J.
Miller and N'ewt Hoy-
0. F IN AUTO
BE SON Htl HCrSii'
Water C. J
Fire Grant Chittenden atid
t-'anitatioii Dr. HcVauI and
Lights C. ,1. .Miller and Grant Chit
tenden. Streets and alleys Grant Chitten
den and C. J. Miller.
Finance rr. DeVaul und Grant
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Giiram were in
town Thursday nftermvtn. '
Mm. J. A. Stiaut;han and son Itar-
rc!l, tif Spokane. . W ash,, w ere guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
l.v Miss F.diia
Wisdom, primary teacher in the Pilot
I.OS AWiKI.KS. Jan. !S
.luck K earns, manager of Jack
rion.nvnv atmmiiion h CUV V WOi lillt PUg-J
oi.... 'i' ....v. ii.,ntnni,' .not Teibtv ! Pendleton Wednesday.
Hates, friends f Kearns. were made
defendants inn damage suit filed to
day In the superior ctwirt here by
Thomas Pillcs waiter in n restaurant.
Its Cause by
Your , Blood.
Hock school. . She b.ts been visiting
f P i her parents . Nt Xolin. also Mr.
i Stranghait s parents m J entileton.
Mrs. 1.. K. llo" was shopiiing In 1 r
One of the most important duties
cf your system is to burn up certain
substances no longer of use in your
bode. One is uric acid, now gener
ally' held to be the cause of rheuma
tism. It Inflames the joints, st'f
fe"s the niscles. causes pains,
ado's, and la'ueness. -
The svsteni is helped to dispose
of this 1loubiei.-oine substance, and
rheumatism is permanently relieved,
b- Hood's Snrsanariilit. the one true
blood purifier. It is aided in many
etses bv Hood's Pills, which In
small doses are a gentle laxative.
In larger doses an active cathartic.
A "grand course of treatment,
conotnical and effective.
A dinner party, was given at the ho- j Mr. and Mrs. ay Grimshaw are the
tel Wednesday evening in honor of ; proua parents or a oapy uoy win r..-
Mrs. Ida Russell ' who left Thursday i day
for Pullman, Wash., also in honor or
Miss Ruth Rover's birthday.
present were Mr. Itla Russe:i,vIisses
Ruth Royer, Alta Boylen, Helen le
Vaui, Alta Smith. ' Veltna Smith, Ve
rona Fuilenw' ider and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph StubbTefieltl will
leave soon for their home at Grange
fnornlntr. January H. Mrs.
Grlmshaw's mother arrived on Thurs-
! day to remain for a few weeks. Mrs.
Marvin Hoy- is the nurse
Otis Jones and Levi Eldridge Br
each had the misfortune of losing one
of their work horses last week.
Mrs. M. Footer arrived Tuesday to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Walter Soutfi
erland. . ,
man can retire some
' of his surp2us capita. L-
by bantcmf oy man
NE good argument in favor
of a man's mailing some of
his money to 'an out-oC-town
bank is that it removes from' the
active capital he uses, to operate
with day by day, a certain amount
of money tjjat he can feel has been
placed beyond the accidents of bus
iness chance. Full information
' . : i
In Price, Workmanship and Promptness
Job Printing Department
when you patronize The East Oregonian
i Conroy's Cash Grocery g
PAY CASH AND BUY FOR LESS.
Best Creamery Butter, lb.
I SUGAR, SACK .
We do painting.
.. Alta and Cottonwood Sts.
Sam Nelson was in town Thursday
from Pendleton en route to bis ranch
on Hotter creek.
A basketball game between Alliens
Diiles alleged the three beat him dur- -'"ti I'uoi tsocx win ne lo.iyeit ncre
ing an affray at the restaurant sev- Friday evening.
r.r,,l .lnv-i lie asks S.i.ntej dan,-! liw.gni ,-M-oannep aim .uaitrne lm-
It.ck have been going on crutches the
j n.sst few da.vs as a result of basketball
J The Standard t -il truck was- out
front I'c'ullcton Thursday.
The high school pupils are prepar-
REFEREE STOPS m!':
KKNOSHA, Wist., Jan. K. (A. l
A mhuJuk'tl 10-numd flisht lutworn
Chnrlry WhUi and ftitlor FruMlnjan.
Chicaxo Uuluwf'lchts, w.ih stni'iicl in
tho filial nnxmX by UoiVivc lluuililuin
hnrrh tif Pilot Km'k, vhivh whs tr--T;t
n tietMl last fall, mt't Thursday jtfior
noun at tho huni of Mrs. f. A. i'orp
rr, I: was doriiUd to hold a luza:tr
Hid toa on Sutnrday. March "ti, ftr tht
;uvpos j ratsuiK funds for the
rhnreh. .M-'ejiu will bo htM on tho
v.- - ,i v
Two of the most homelike hotelS';
n Portland, located In the heart of
the shopping and theater district.
All Orecon Elecrlc trains stop at
the SKWAKI) 1IOT1X the House of
Cheer. Kxcellent dinlne room In
connection. TUK 1IOTKJ, tX)K
XKI.H'S, tlie House of Velo-n-.e. is
only two short blocks from the Se
ward. Our brown busses meet all
trains, littles tl.50 and up.
.C. rri.nKT5TSO, Prop.
Crisco, 61bs . . $1.35 j
Lard No. 3, 73c ; No. 5, $1.23 ; No. 10, $2.23 j
Red Mex. Beans, 11 lbs $1-00
Crystal White Soap, 14 bars $1.00
Flour, 49 lb. sack $2.(i0; barrel $10.20 f
Best Crepe Toilet Paper, 4 for 23c g
Eastern Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack 50c
Hils Blue Coffee, 1 lb. 33c; 3 lbs $1.03 g
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for 23c p
Hills Red Coffee 1 lb. 50c; 5 lbs $2.40 1