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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1921.
B FIKTHOME GAME
Locals Play Return Series on!
Local Floor After Even!
Creak in Last Week's Games
With Dewey's Quintet.
TIIK 1'itoinui.u USUI'.
Pendleton, Position Uakcr
Sloiiiial f... J'. Ptoddnrd
Hunluy f... It. Htoddiird
liiwri'ncc . . . .p. . . . . . . Jlakely
Cuhill If..1... O liunury
Kramer k Itupp
; Pendleton's flint Kin nt at ft high
school basket Will team In notion will
be k'vcii hi Iho' school nymnnsluni tu
nlKht nituinxt tinker hlBh. The two
teams lunt wcuk end Ht linker broke
even In a two-game series and both
are out to turn the advnntuKn their
The whlHtle tonight will blow at
7:S0 nnd tomorrow nlicht ut 7. The
Saturday n I kIH game will lie completed
the merlcun Lesion boxlnif smoker,
the officials have (dunned. Coach
Hunloy, of the local five, will referee
linker has u smart basketball team,
accordion to the local men who made
the trip there last week. Oooik Dew
ey, much, Is remembered as an ull-
coimt star when he played for O. A. C
and ho has drilled a lot of good bas
ketball into ills huskies.
Pendleton took the second iramo of
the series by 17 to 14 seoro ufter
1.... !.... .i ... -
t,i,M Li-en ui-it-iiiuu uie. iiikih before Is . .
by a good inurKin. chancs for a io- (Acceptance of Dictatorship of
cu i victory ionium are declared slim
becaiiKe of the absence from practice
for severul days this week of Cnpialn
Cuhill und Htendall. Iioth ure back In
the lliieui now and the sumo old five
will line up us liuve played through
me season. WASHINGTON', Pel). 4. (A. I'.)
. ' h '' wk lll be I Acceptance by Ju K, Uindis of he
he loca,HC Trek,by U,,"hUr lr'P '"r U'"M,Um ' of ban."
Irt I I i,l i" . " "."IS."' .""""-j'""' brought additional action today
I led with lU.od Illver and The In . 'from Kcprcsentutlve Welly of Ohio.
um , - v""" ' , Mr. Welly, who yesterday Introduced
smo Inter In the month. Two weeks in ti... ,. .
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"!
Organized Baseball Will be
Based on Newest Probe if
Buckeye's Plan Goes Well.
from totilfcht l.u (irunde will play here.
mi.li .ti.Mviu in iiorxo
liO.VINt; IiolTS IS J'ASSl:i
OI.Y.MI'IA. Wash., Feb. 4. (A. P.)
The Vahlmtton siiito senate today
paused a bill Introduced by Senator
Winy, providing for tJie establishment
of a state boxliiR commission and nti
thoii.lnir 10-round boxing mntrhes at
the discretion of the commission.
in time for fans to net down town for vote was 24 to 13.
concessional investigation of Jul ire
Ijindls acceptance, announced he had
acted today as follows:
"Keiiuested Judge Ijindls to utale
by what uuthority he accepted the
biitiebull position ut $4 2, Slid a year
while serving as federal judge.
"Asked Judge Landis to send him
copy of the contract he signed with
fulled on District Attornev Cline
The nt CbleiiKO to supply hlui with a copy
of the indictments pending against
SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Eauche, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu
matism, Neuritis, Lurhbagovand pain generally. Strictly American!
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cent -Larger packages.
AaDlrin L th. trad, mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaccttcacldeater of Pallcyllcad
If you are wanting a prime cut of meat for your Sunday dinner don't
fail to see our display of all the choicest the market affords.
Our Supply of Seafood is complete.
YOUiNG, TENDER PRIME QUALITY.
Beef Roil . 7c Chuck Steak 20c
Beef Stew 7c Round Steak 20c
Pot Roasts 15c". Sirloin Steak 28c
Cross Rib Roasts 17c T-Bone Steak 20c
SPECIAL MILK FED VEAL-SPECIAL
Veal Slew . . . 10c Veal Steak 22c
Veal Roasts ...... 15c to 10c Veal Chops . 25c
Pork Roasts 22c Pork S teak 25c Pork Chops 30c
When you say grocery department you say it all for our stock is most
: complete in every line. We have for your selection Fancy Hot House Toma
toes, Cucumber, Head Lettuce, ' Rhubarb, Radishes- Fresh Pineapples, Water-
cress, Artichokes, Green Peppers, Oyster Plant, Leek, Cauliflower, Nancy
Hall Sweet Spuds.
FLORIDA Git APE FRUIT, LA UGE SIZE, 2 FOP, 25c.
PENDLETON TRADING CO.
If it's on the market we have it.
former members of the Chicago Am-
"Wnite Attorney General Palmer
asking If there wait any liiw pinking
it a misdemeanor for a federal Jndire
to hold another position from which
he received finiinciul remuneration
hlle holding hi Beat on the bench.".
Big Reduction on
$10.00 Men's Slipover Sweaters $6.30
$7.50 Men's Slipover Sweaters $1-93
$5.93 Men's Slipover Sweaters $3 43
$3.00 Men's Jersey Slipover Sweaters .... $2.93
$1.50 Boys' Slipover Sweaters $2.93
$2.95 Children' Slipover Sweater ;.......$1.95
745 Main St
1 W ill I'jini Salary.
j NKW VOUK. Feb. 4. (y Henry,
I.. Knrrell, V. V. Ktaff Correiond.-nt.) I
Juilpre ImvuUh 1 sittlnir Hi'MIO j
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Offers an unexcellel banking service to in
dividuals and corporations; transacts a
general banking business and maintains
special departments with facilities of the
For Expectant Mothers
Osed Br Three Geheuohs
VMTf FOR IOOKLET 01 MOTHrHHOOO ANC TNt 8A0T, r.CI
BuontLO fUeuLATOR Co.. Dtn. ?-0. Atlanta. 4.
ear tor Meeiins bafeball s craft.
j lie tuw a Heven-year contract. With
jtbe thrift neccHsary to live within the
I7.K00 that he Bets for beins a fed
eral Judtje. the economic sharps flfrm-e
;iie xhould ccme out of it with close to
j I'rsHimiKts who still scent last Oc
tober's odor have two comments to
Miiake on the Judge and future in
"He won t last more than a year.
Jbi'ii too bin a man to be bothered
wilh the nuiKnateK, tvm for a for
tune," some pay.
I "If he laxta eeven year.H. he'll earn
I every cent he seti,'- the others pre
j No one Is questioning the Judge's
'ability to handle such a complex pro
I position but some are doubtful of his
No one has arrtisc d the barrister of
.bfiitff mercenary, because he trimmed
Icwn the oritiiiial offer of JSO.eue.
: and the market price for executive
'ability and brains of his t pe is much
nmnor In commercial
JudRo 1 4i ml is is absolutely fearless
as bis record on the bench shows and
j furthermore he is not afraid of his
Some of the pesky hurdles that he
twill have to so over in his dealing
, with the recent joint hasuc meetings
Has Vyif Hand.
When Judge 1-andi.s was offered the
position as baseball commissioner he
was nssuied to a free rein in handl
ing all diamond affairs. In h's own
; words, they "told the world" that he
was to be supreme.
I Ho. signed the contract on this un-(let-Ktaudinf
i Vet, the first thinfr the .magnates
;try to do Is to curtail his power and
make him a mere tool by changing a
word in the original nreeimnt.
I Instead of permitting him to "art"
t. kkuuim nil ollenoers, the generous
let 1 magnates chanced It to allnw hi,..
I merely 'to "recommend" action.
The Judge was the first Vine to de-
jgy.tccl tile alteration and he gae the
rk-;)i moguls fifteen minutts to strike out
....... H,-i u i,,.w ciiinnusioner.
It has not been clearly established
who recommends the "trifling" change
in the agreement hilt the National
League representatives rernso to take
the credit. Itun Johnson Is accused of
the attempt, lint no official finger has
been pointed at him.
Perhaps this bold assertion of au
thority will intimate the magnates
and they may remain in the back
ground anil let Judge 1-uidis run the
MOXTEriEY, Cal.. Felt. 4 . (A. P.)
tlolf may he made a part of the
spring work of the San Francisco club
of the I'ax-ific Coast IJasehall League
when the siuad conies here for its !
1921' training season.
Recently the 1x1 ilonte Hotel, near
here, announced that a tournament for
the players would be held and prizes
would be given for the best driving,
approaching and putting.
Charles Graham, manager of the
Seals, Is a golf enthusiast and believes
the sport will help get the ball play
ers into good physical trim.
IK C. I'LWS CHEAPKH ALCOHOL
VICTORIA, B. C, Feb. 4. British
Columbia is to have cheaper alcohol
tor use in manufacturing. Heretofore
druggists have been aDoifed to import
non-potable or non-matured alcohol
only in limited Quantities. Provincial
prohibition authorities asked for and
obtained permission from federal offi
cers to import large Quantities Into
Ii'ritis h Columbia so that it could be
i old at a lower price.
Mlt.S. SYLVIA I-XISTKIt. of Iluf
fain. X. Y.. Mho says sIh- wishes she
fotild go Into ricry home and tell
how Tuuhic completely restored
her health after she had lost (ill
litM of cer being well again.
is healthful and invigorating, that is why
HILLS, M. J. B., SCHILLINGS,
GOLD SHIELD. .
We roast our own hulk Coffee and Peanuts
Standard Orocory . ..Go;
230 E. Court St
C. L. Bonney, Pres.
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may be followed by nerious
cold troubles; use nightly
f 1 7 Milinn Ian Used Ytailt)
A. C. Kocppcn & Bros.
The lrti Store That Serves
. Y (hi Itest.
They had civen on sll h.,i,. ,,f i
Those who know baseball magnates j ever being well again but thanks to '
f'guro that the moon will he made of Tanlac I urn feelinif as well now as'
the well known green cheese before 1 ever felt in my-life and I onlv wish j
tins happens. J had timo to go to everv home aiu!
tell every sick person about this fraud
"A year aao last January 1 had a
revere att.-.ek of influi nza which left
mo In a terribly weakened condition
and my appetite was so pom- that 1
ate little more than enough to keep
I odv and soel together.
"My heart palpitated so dreadful
at times th.it it. seemed like it hud
Flopped nli.gcther and I would think
my time had c.nr.o. 1 was so we- k
that f couldn't go up the stees with
out holding to the railing. It was impossible-
for me to do any housework.
I I was so nervous that I couldn't drink
One 1918 Touring 8325.00
One 1919 Touring $350.00
One 1918 Roadster ". $225.00
One 1918 Roadster . 1 $250.00
We have a few more good buys
Priced from $125.00 up.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
!ri a aaih ...
ARRAIGNMENT OWE SET
CIIICACO. Feb. -(. (A. p.)The
eases of the eight Chicago American 1
league baseball players and others In-!
dieted for alleged complicity in the1
tliiowhig of games in the 1S1H world
series will lie brought inh, .,,., f.a.-
ruH. v 9. wImmi a kMHv will be sot for mv ,0a or c" wi,hlM,t l,Unn x
arraintniK'nf. ' 'l was rosth'sa ami broken
. ;iH(i would h:ve smtHhcnnj; jprlls
I'Mui would just have to gvt up and ef
( tht window so I rotild bro.itlio,
"I finally started T;:kiii: T;tnl:ic on
lit mlv'iv of a fiitMid and hof.ix I
h;ul finished lakinc tht socond bottle
ould t-ll I w;is im
alontf. Wv U. il has only
ttltn to rostoro my ho:. 1th
"'y npotitr is just sjdondid now,
. i inv norvrs are stronc :md st Mdy, my
M-.MvL.LI-n. Oil.. Fob. 4. (A. IM I hons nvork ls a roal ploasuro nnd I
-hour unlvNittrs will p.m,'tU ht iv; 0.,n slocn Vlko a oMUl at niu'-.t. In f: ot
in nihlotic ovt-ms April ?. if a roquost , novor fHt .xX r in mv iitV than I do
ont todav by ; nnlm.tr Manager now."
uiimht Aii'imis oi thy l nivonotv of
Cnllfoini.i, to the I'niversity of Wash
Inuton to send ils crew here on tluit
ditto Is ncceptcd. A track and field
meet with the I'niversity of .Micliipin
end a bebull Kama with Stanford al
ready aro scheduled.
The n'ove remarkable statement
iiai made by Mrs. Svlvin p,ster. of
Jo S. lividson St., V.uff . lo. N. Y., a
well-Known ami highly respected resi
dent of that city.
Tanlao is sold in Pendleton by
Thompson brothers. .
You Can Do a Little Better at Conroys.
REST CREAMERY BUTTER, lb.. 50c
SUGAR. SACK $9.65
Hills Blue Coffee 1 lb. 33c; 3 lbs. $1.00
Gallon Blackberries, tin $1.20
Aunt Jemima's Buckwheat, pkg .' 13c
Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 for 23c.
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c
Quaker Oats, large package 40c
Quaker Puff Wheat, each 15C
Peas, extra good quality, each 20c
Sea Foam Washing Powder, large pkg 30c
Hills Red and M. J. B. Coffee, 1 lb. 50c, 5 lbs. $2.40
Large Cans Pineapple, each 40c
Pineapple, No. 2 tins, each 33c
Van Camps Catsup, bottle 30c