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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENINg7 JANUARTTl 9 21 - - t
JACK JOHNSON PLANS g .!xrr;s;'r;::rnPip 1 nc I ktSd vrnmum If
nun n rocnrn m nut onn or in Htmr iii i uti i 11, i i i ni 11 iiiiiiii inun i.ui miuii i i i
PnilirDAPI DIIT HOTin .Jhn urgnos ,nt while he lnH, f Poud of a,4 It woulrt be a heavy "IM WIUIIIU. !
1. 1 1 IV mU .n n MM I. the world's title to Jmwi.i,h '"an rot-nox.ng to carry during Its po- Ill I " n nr II flllAT
"od"f"r' urr oimuL in bAmt
Colored Ex-Champ. Now Doing
Year in Leavenworth, Will
Get Cold Shoulder Should
He Attempt to Reenter Ring.
JCKW YORK, inn. 24. (Rv Henry
U Furrell, United 1,'rcss Htuff Corre
spondent.) Tho dark shadow of .i.i. k
Johnson Ih again looming up In the
background of Flaltana,
From the federal prison Ht lenven
worth, where the former heavyweight
champion of the world In "doing a
year, cornel a note that tho globe,
wandering colored mun Ih plunning u
co me hack.
.While "Lll Arthur" Insists that he
would like another rhanre for the
world' title, he Ih denning his nun
. Johnson argues that while ho lost
wie worms title t Jess U'liti.r.i v,.. i
hi HI tho colored champion dOMpl'te tlie
mcsura oeit anil tho crown which
Kid Norfolk now wears.
Tho former chumpion wants to
prove that ho la not a "coii..r h..
-taking on Hurry Wills first and then
"icl'uiii, ine k Kl,
Tho year's sentence which he Ih do
liiK with time off for good behavior.
"i ttive him hlK freedom earlv thi. I
Hummer. H hroke and fii.hii !
his only bread earner. i
The opening of the
TEXAS LEAGUER IS OLD
DALLAS, Texan, Jan. H. (A.
"Texas Leaguem," recrultH or star
Iroin the cirruit of cltlca In the Lone
rlftnn'a rfnnu 1 Ktrir K!ln muktntr in, th,,l uUI.
for Johnson la not an event that thoiave wrecked many ball games when
heads of boxing are Jubilant over in.
case will present one that will bo a
While the Now York commission
will not comment on lis Intentions
Is considered probable here that John,
son will bo unable to get a ll,. ,.
the state thus will be closed to him as
Sportsmen her are almost unani
mous In (he belief that It would be a
mistake to allow him to return to the
. i neir attitude Ih
Local Boya Put Up Good Brand
of Basketball on Trip, How
ever, and Deserved to Win
, All Three, Says Report. i
"We Mllt-lit iIia W H t'
'they passed on to t:io major leagues, on their off ntekt and that'ls why we
nv l.cajiuvi, IIIR NIL II- r.nft t ham " iron 11,. ,.1..,.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
COMING TO TOWN MONDAY
Another Carload of Palousc County
They are cheaper than the last ship
ment. Per Sack $2.00
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If It's on the Market We Have It".
self no matter from what stale the
player who delivered It came, has
wrecked many mote, day by day nar
rations of play have shown for oars.
Every fan. from the lad at the knot
hole to the man In the box seats,
knows a 'Texas leaguer," when he
sets It drop safely .lust back of the in-,
fie.d and nut of reach of tho outfield-
er, but few know the history of the
e re: .!on. j
.According to J. Doak Huberts, pres
ident or the Texas league, and a man '
j of .1 life times experience In profes-
brother of I'endMon hlu-h school's j
coach, said Saturday nlaht explaining I
the victorious trip of the local team!
to rullman, Wash. The boys arrived I
home on N'o. 7, Kunday aftcrnnnnufi- j
er having trimmed in three suecexsive j
nights the Albion high school, Wash-i
Ingtnn State College freshmen and'
Pullman h!ih school. J
While young lianley's ep!ana!ionj
was not Intended to detract at all'
from the excellent work of himself and !
matis. it was sincere for the Cougar
mens arc rated high. When he
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nr the
remit of Dr. Edwards' determination
not to treat liver and towel complaints
with calomel. For 17 years he used
these tablets (a vegetable compound
r..i:ed with olive oil) in his private
j-ncu-e with fjreat tuccc?.?. ,
Th-y do all the good that calomel
c-xs but lave no bad after effects. No
i'ains, r.o ,'ripinj, r.o injury to the
j urr.3 or danger from acid foods' yet
t iey ctimulate the liver and bowels,
iafce Dr. Edwards' Olive TabMj
yhca you fe-el "logy" and "heavy."
I .ote how they clear clouded brain and
r-irk up the spirits, 1 3c and 20c a box.
tiopn: baseball, the expression ongl-. played with North Central hiuh school
of Kpohane last year virtually thel.a
same team was representing Pullman!
SKATTLK. Wash.. Jan. 21. (A. P. I
Pelief that Japan is the greatest !
stb: countiy in the world was ex-
lir,'W., li.-a 1... O. n.
h.Kh and they played a 2, to 2 con- attt M , "L M L 1"'.
.ti,i. ihi-.i i.. .. .. .i ........ ' u .. . .. . 1 a u-arn oi local Japanese on a
, " """" ' "oomn men. sirengtneni d bv , t.. ,., ivi,n., .;..,,. "
le.U'u.i tiaduates dropped a -.short ttvo slars from othe'p school, in .h..l r r'"e tt,a.nd k'n"m-
v.ork on the oiamond, Hedigan added.
nn ted in the early "nineties" when a
c'i.sguested Kvracuse pitcher gave vent
to "i.tivn Lord! Anotiier of those
lexas leaguers," w iien Sera..oy Hill test
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we believe, quite beyond comparison.
Woolnap Blankets, grey, blue, pink and ,
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745 Main St
js-ifety l .uk of the Syracuse infield
The story untedates even the veter
an iiol etts, but tn. s is a:s version of
It: ... .
I Ifeal Team Ixtokctl ;K;d.
Jn all three games the Pendleton
I five looked good, say. reports from
Km met t P.ogfrs, Kciappy PHI the games. All five men were hi the
::ame all t!iroiif,h and In the
nignt, lifter going through two hard
conies' the boys stored 6 points to 9
by Pullman high.
( Joyce, mul, Arthur Sunday, three fa
mous piayers well remembered by alj
'of (hi' oid timers, were members of
fth isst' team of the old timers, were
I members of the 1S9 team of the Hous
j ton 'club, riianaged by John llet'los
j key. Vicy were the first Texas
leiigiieis ver sold to higher company,
netting the aum of Itou as a total
pur -base price.
"The trio were finished stars, past
m: ttet-s In the art of bunting and plac
ing hits. The story goes that In their
first game in higher company thev
faced o'i.ften. .of Syracuse. Itogers
l aseoall players ho go to Japan;
mu.st hold up their end and play tip!
to their reputations, he t-.ald.
Hediunn nlsina ift rotltrr, f 1.,..nn
final. Il(xt nummer with a .team of American
players. Several left-handed pitcheisl
will be taken along for there are only
lace. Over this war worn a gray an
gora cape with a large gray hat decoK
ated with pink ' moss roses. High
white kid sheen of pointed French de
sign were used.
...v... in. in uii iiieit,.... i,.f. u,i,... ; i t. t ,
teem added to the s"oring column. I ' ,r . 'f " -i
The ir i. ) ti,. t'.,.J , , the f'f'crni!M of the southpaws I
ron 1 ,P, f, l n X V. ""-I" pectiltar to the island plavers" I
Jfon antl to O. A. C. thiK wpek f-nd is , '
stl.l ,n the air. The local team aT0W ?-0" i
mer, Hedinger said. Thev paid admis
sion jirices equiaicnt to 50 cents and
like to make the trip but a hitch in i
the matter of expenses has spoiled ne
gotiations. Attempts are fitiil being
made to schedule the trip, which
would pit the local boys against the
Aggl. Friday niurht and against the
("niveraity frosh Saturday night. Two
.placed a bit over the inrield. and the i games with such opposition would
I Syracuse dffewnse moved In. expect- place the locals in position to walk
ling Sunday to bunt. Instead Sunday away with nearly nything in high
ct.ip-Khooteil the ball and it dropped 1 pe!nMji! rcles in Oregon.
just tint of the reach of the shortstop,
who could led get it back In time.
"Joyce, toe was expected to bunt
but he followed in Sunday's wake,
nripping anpther short hit back of
third, sisir'ni. Jtogers.
"It watj.:hcn that ttfricn vohed his
d-s!iit unit coined a now terw fnr
I the I'niversity of Oregon varspy
basketball team was In Pendleton last
j evening for the night. Coach Pohler
and seven men were en route to Pull
j man, where they meet the Con car in
a two grime series starting Tuenday
; A rather novel dress of pale blue
"" ; rapah Eilk, embroidered In apple blo-
twt pp.ctt .-! ir, 9ifi! some fn 'he P'nk jihades with green
p.) This w.nter playground of ihe i leaves, made Its appearance. Tm
rich is this year living up to its rcpu-jdrew had short tight sleeves and
taiion as a titage for early showing of j round. -.A large blue chipped straw
the 1921 summer fashions. The fush- I'lat. trimmed with tiny apple blossoms
ion new year on the sands, in the ball ianl a small silver tox neckpiece, corn
room and drawing rooms is in full Plctcd the costume.
"vn;I1:?' I A simple street frock of Poiret
The hand that occasionally has j'""1" w trimmed With ruea of ribbon
rocked the cradle stopped to don its,""'1 ,ne same style repeated In fou
new spring frock. It was indicated lard3 ot closely covered small pat-
at: iei-iis in a gay nue,
are going to be
Among the evening dresses noticed
at recent spectacles were:
The Health of the Country
Brought to Your Home
That is what bread does for you.
The strength of the wheat together with
its other pure, strengthening ingredients
make bread the most healthful as well as the
most satisfying of foods.
The delicious flavor of
"Made With Milk"
will convince you that it is the bread to give
Eat more bread and make Harvest Bread
your favorite brand.
nr. J. Fred Pohler at Pullman,
handled the crimson and grey
years w hile ft is younger brother has
taken over the ooaehirg job at Oretton
just this seasr n. Doth men arc smart
in the game of basketball and the out
come of their games is looked forward
to win. more than usual interest
The Kugene so.ti.id consisted of the
two Latham brothers, Nish Chapman,
Captain Kddie Duino. Hilly Kineh.nt
and Francis Telia r. The iast named
player il d not remain in Pendleton
over night but went to Free water
where his parents reside.
The transparent stocking! will VA striding cress or tangerine silk.
MOSCOW, Idaho, Jan. 25. (A. P.) ! he more transparent. 'beaded tn jet beads, and the tight
Aspirants to track honors at the t"nt- I sleeves, bodice and overskirt were en-
versify of Idaho have begun their i re- 3 The utxlrapcd hat will be covtr-i ttrcly beaded iu jet nail heads about
lOne-hulf inch apart.
ire now turning out daily for training , J f ' n-aPl Kiri or oiacK satin
poiimu. ;wnn ine oiotise, Bieeveiess ana long
5 Wool mixtures, ginghams and iwaisted, of white brocaded velvet.
I This was worn with a black panne
velvet hat. with aigrettes and a scarf
ntgnt. lhey-go on to Idaho for the unwHfms for thn -cnn Konenn on thtewith silk and ribbons.
week end Irames. - - ' - 4 cinder path! Bf rween i'O and 30 men i 4 The round-toed--shaa.. . will
t 'wiiw ro lirollicrs.
nen uregnn meets w. s. C. the rl- j stunts at the gymnasium,
val teams will be, both Pohler coached , Most of the work dene thus far has
has been with chest -weights and bar bells, dimities will be favored
for Conch Thomas Kellev having announc- I The loud colors last yeai will be-
15 VARSITY VEfERANS
ViLL REPORT AT CAL.
rtKTlKFLEV, Oil.. J.m. ;t. (A. P.)
About 15 varsity veterans are ex
icied to report for track and field
work at th" rnivcrs :y of California
here this spring.
Albert C'Pesky"! sprott. trn-k enp
lain, predicted recently that tlie 1921
ilue and G Id team would be as stroiv
tt not stronger than th
-I nut is a hair nule runner and las: j
'all placed ba'f on the victorious Cali
'oru'a football team. j
Two "HI-second" men, tiny Caloeni
..mi .,i.-n i-i.e:cy, win run in the l Of. i
vaiit d.fiies th:s spring for Californln. i
""xv" Mem)i'i: son, champion Inter-i
collegiate Quarter mile runner, wld!
also wear the Califorir.a colors: '
California, it fs thought, will be wen
m the hurdle, and the two nvle run
ed his intention of puting his wen in
ffocd all-around physical condition be
fore track work properly begins. All
work-cuts have been brief and nono
H is believed that Idaho will he un-
i sually strong in the weights and . mid
dle distances, but sprinters and hurdl
ers must be developed if the team is to
tie well balanced,' track enthusiasts
S. IHAN'tTSCO ! KtilOX TO
ATTKMIT KOXI; HKVIVAT.
.SAN Flt.V."CI-;CO, Jan. 4 (A. P.)
Kffb'.ts are being made' to restore
boxing 1 eve under the ausplcL'es of the
Ami r. ear. Legion. Iteoently the Gold
en Ciu'.e Post, one of the strongest in
the t-l.v.e. decided to investigate the
"niter ot staging shows, the proceeds
ti go tiiward a Legion club house
;t:i d. I
I come shrieks in the summer of 1921.
of Itussian sable.
A l-.andosme black Chnntilly gown
over white chiffon had a narrow
Women who thought the extreme in
j dress had been reached decided that
without undue exposure. The 'knitted if?irdle of 'l bU,e ribbon and Srlands
Istockings will be a net stocking with
ious or air noies. i ne radicals gamed j giFtening black jet robe with cx
a victory in hat decoration xv th the Itremely short sktrt supplemented by a
square train. This was Worn by a
INTI'P.CLASS ICK HOCKKY IS
I'l.WKI) ltV l'. !' W. 1FN
yI;..VTI.K, Wash.. Jan. 24. ( A. P.
- Inte; c!;iss u lim ke games are lie
in p!atd on the Seattle rink Hy stu
'. nts ot the I'nP'i rsit' of Washini;-
lSi.'u SMUad. j t' n T aier a varsity hockey team may
met tht I'ni1, ersity of Pritish Colum
i.ii. Washiuijton, it is believed, is the
(-nl- l-ai. ;fic t.tast university to add ice
l.oci.ey to its list of sports.
For coughs and Colds
"I "t to say that Chamhei lain
Cough Kemedy has been used in mv
ainii on occasiun, Wltliout niunbeis,
for coughs and colds and has given !
i hf best satisfaction of any cough I
medicine we ever tired," writes .Mis I
C. .Metzger, Creenville, 111. You will!
look a long while before you find a'
better remerdy for courIis and colds
or one that is more sate and pica- 1
int to take. I
Well Known in Foreign ton nicies
It w ill be a surprise to many to 1
know that Chamberlain's Cough lie-1
medy Is well known and highly este-1
med In many foreign countries
Charles M. Cramer, n well known'
watch maker bf Colombo, ( 'ex ion. .s.iy
of It, "I have not the slightest hesit- '
auc- itf recommending Chamberlain'
tough Kumedy to all who are sin
tering from coughs or colds, i have
repeatedly used It and it has always
If yon would en.fov tomorrow, take
Chamberlain's Tablets tonight. They
produce an agreeable, laxative effect,
clear the head and cleanse the sto
m nh. Th:y are Just what you need
N'o doubt About It
There is no quest fin but that
Chamberlain's Tablets Is one of the
best preparations on the market for
stomach troubles, billiousness ami
constipation. There Is no better proof
of this than when a man has once
used them he will consider nothing
else w hen in need of such medicine, i
addition of numerous silk ribbon ac
cessories. Comfortable round-toed
shoes were left behind for the more
dressy tight pointed ones, the gar
ments of wool mixture for spring wear
seemed to hold favor.
The fashionable set of Palm Reach
drew no color line. Kvery briliant
hue of the rainbow was represented.
Hrown seemed to be the dominating
color, if there w-as one that could be
Among the lessor questions in
"what we women are going to wear
for the next six months" it was decid
ed: The coilarless neck will remain
collarless .and the already short sleeve
is going to be shortened. One. par
ticularly striking bodice with fichu
dropped over the shou'ders in a style
common in the days of 177i drew :it-
tention. It was made 6f fine batiste
; md lace and hung over tho arms just
I above tl' aboulders, leaving the lower
arm bare except for an onyx bracelet
j on one wrist.
Among the other sinking costumes
union nave attracted attention were
port costume of pale pink crepe'
the skirt of which wis ..m.
ibroidered heavily. The daintv bloiw.,
a round collar of Venice point
beautiful Cuban, who wore a black
paradise in her hair. -
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Don't neglect a cough or
a cold until it runs into serious
sickness. Pneumonia and con-
tiiinption cften have their beginning in
a slight cold. At the nt indication oi
Foley's Koney aad Tar.
Mrs. U. T. Paiwtr. C".iU4, Tn., wrttrt
,"rtm wl";,alf " U rott of tb tctl
n'PT lloni- ftrd lw htis Vn me and I fwd
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into business. If you don't be
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look at the bills you have iu your
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Good Crepe Toilet Paper, 5 for 23c
Hills Blue Coffee, 1 lb. 3oc, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for 23c
Olive Oil (Reimbartos) ....Pint 80c, quart $1.50
This is a Spanish Oil, best on the market
Wessons Oil, quart 7oc
Sugar, sack '$10.23
Flor sack $2.60, barrel $10.20
Yakima Spuds, 100 lbs $2.23
Quaker Oats, large package, each 40c
Gal. Black Berries, each $jq