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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OBEGON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1921.
II IN 1921
New York Association Out to
Get Star Players of Other
Clubs; Giants, Too, Busy
With Efforts to Grab Tossers
BT HKNRY I FAUHKI.U
(United Prom Staff Corresionilent.)
NEW YOUK, Keb. 17. Pennant
wlimera in the American U'lmue and
world' champion for 1921 the Now
The Woolworth builiUnif may nhrlnk
" to two (torie over night, thn Hudson
river might be drained by tin nrnili'x
man with a xelve, Cmnt'ii Tomb,
might he turned Into a wiloon.
Countlena other ntimine thinB
might happen, but the xlninfcoM of all
would be to see the ,'Ynnkn fall to
weep the bawball field clean next
WHYT . '
Look at tftta team:
" ntchera. Covelkle, Mails, Walter
Johnson, Kerr, etc.; catcher, Hay
Kchalk, Hteve O'N'ell and t'erklnni In
flelder. Judge, Wider. CoIIIiih, Wam
bjr, Bcott, I'eckinpauKh, Ward, Gard
ner; outfielder. Itlco, Huth, Roth,
Jacobiion and Hooper; uKHlatant mun
aftera, Cobb and Hpenker.
' Not Trnihsl lint May lie.
True, they aren't all on the Pnppert
Ilunton pay roll yet. But Klve 'em
time. Plenty of days remain vet be
fore the aeaaon .open nd numerous
trades are In the proceai of making.
Now York eport writers have put
Gotham funs through the tradin'est
winter In histoy.
Practically every Btnr player In the
American league him been mentioned
one or more' times In Borne kind of a
proponed deal Junt about cloned by
I Heribes In other cities of the clr
cult havo riacn up In a wrath against
the practice of making news that Ik
causing Homo of the star players In ru
mored deals to become dissatisfied
Some writer assert it, la an inspired
A writer In Kortlng ew Roes far
as to recommend that Xew York be
thrown out of both leagues.
(inula llney With Deals.
The (iiuiita have nlao figured prom-,
rhently in the rumored trade activities.
Itubblt Maranvllle Heinle Groh, ftog
era Hornsby and Krdlo Hooxh were
announced as almost sure acquisition?
to the ranks of the National Ieag;ie
club during the winter. But so far
they have not been secured and their
chances of eomlng do not look worth
the price of a car's penny.
However, the Brooklyn Hoblm
were spared. Uncle Itoiiby pulled a
real surprise when he traded lnr-
quard, for Itenther without a month's
campnlan In the columns.
The Yanks have done a lot of trad
ing and they look stronger on paper.
The (I In nl h really have been trying to
get a good Inflelder but the Jtoblni
seem content to send the same candi
dates out to repeat last year's victory.
STARTS SPRING TRAINING
MOSCOW, Idaho, J-'cb. 17. (A. P.)
Prospective University of Idaho
baseball pitchers and catchers have
beautr to workout under the direction
of Paul Kvans of American Fulls,
captain-elect of the (i2l team. Kvun-
last year played third base and Is ex
pected to rcsiiiiin'that position thin
All conditioning stunts will have for
their object, according to Kvans, the
hardening of, the flinging arms of the
several varsity blalwmcn. No hurlei
on the Idaho team was able to trove!
more than four or five iliuing effec
tively In the early panics brut season,
a handicap expected to be overcome
this year by the training planned.
cnisis IK PAST
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. tA. P.)
Governor "Harding of the federal re
terve board In his annual report warn
ed congress that utmost care must bf
taken to conserve our credit and pre
rve h besU of our pro.nerltv.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Prime Cuts of Meat
The choice cuts of meat that we are selling to
the meat eating public of Pendleton ancl vicin
ity are meeting with more and more favor every
It has been proven that the local buyers want
high class meat. Our sales have multiplied to"
such an extent that increased sales has enabled
us to greatly reduce the prices; so you can now
-get high class Tprime cuts here at prices you
must pay for ordinary meat at many other
places. . ' . .
Phone 455 At the Sign of Scrvitw
If It's on the Market We Have It"
PHII.ADKLPHIA, Feb. 1 (A. P.)
Al i.tppo. Philadelphia boxing pro
moter, bist night announced he had
accepted it-n offer of j:ir..0ort for Jeff
inlth, contender for the world's mid
dleweight champion to box Genrges
Carpentler 2U rounds to a decision in
Monte Carlo, Mnrch SI, The offer,
according to Uppc, came from Paul
Lanier of Paris.
Kmlth and Carpentler boxed 20
rounds In I'nrls Just before the world
Kill That Cold.With
CASCARA til QUININE
. Neglected Cold 3 are Dangerous
Tslc no chances. Keep thi3 standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves
' ' Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine In this form does not .affect the head Cascara is best Tonic
Laxative No Opiate In I fill's. .
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
ABHORS TIN EARS
OVER EXERTION CAUSED
PHO(lKFIELI), Mo.. Feb. 17 (A.
P.) Over exertion during a bout
here last night caused the death of
Harry Hamilton, a local lichtweluht
boxer, a coroner's J iry found today.
Hamilton collapsed In his corner affpr
he had been knocked out near the end
jf the eighth round by Frankle Dean
if Kansas City.
Iiean was not held. The verdict of
he coroner's Jury did not hold that
he knockout had any IxurtiiK on the
; TENDLER ff I
CHICAGO, Feb. 17. (A. P.)
erlcan association clubuwners
finished a two day session of
annual meetinif with the adoption of
a resolution calling for a benefit ball
(tame as a testimonial for Louis
Knapp. who officiated in the associa
tion for six years, died last fall. The
iJiucceoH win ko 10 nis wiuow.
It was aKreed to play the game in
Louisville early in the season. Two j
Men's High Grade
AT OLD TIME PRICES.
Men's Regular 25 Hose 15c, 2 for 25c
Men's Regular 50c Hose 2oC
Men's Regular 50c Wool Hose 23c
Men's Regular 85c Lisle Hose, all colors, 3 for $1.00
Men's Regular $1.00 Cashmere Hose 50c
Men's Regular $1.25 High Grade Silk Hose 75c
Men's Extra Heavy Wool Hose 50c
32Stores - ' ..745 Main St
(A. P.) Ed Lamy of Saranac Lake,
defeated Everett. MoOowan of St. Paul
in two out of Ihree skating races to
day, duplicating- the westerner's feat
men will be chosen from each of the , 9 yesterday. The two were tied
seven other clubs to play Louisville. the end of the meet.
in i .
(or your wife)
Playing the martyr is
a favorite Ram with
husbands and wives.
It's an unfair game
and it produces all
sorts of results
but most frequently
Dana Gatlin's story
Crown" was written
for married people
or those about to be
married. And its
message is vital.
Read it in
irlnr t'!)tar Storo
Welch Clear Kloro
U U. IVaaier
l.-dy's C'lanr Wore
l.IX) ADLKIt, Itaker,
He had to
for a girl's love
It's true that he was a
former valet but that
didn't reduce Tabs'
embarrassment or the
of "The Kingdom
'Round the Comer" by
And in the same
Additional stories by
Fanny Heaslip Lea,
William J. Locke, Ju
liet Wilbbr Tompkins,
14 pages of
Health and Beauty,
Dr. Wiley's League
for Longer Life, Cut
outs in color for the
kiddies, Special Arti
cles, Verse in all, 84
On sale now-ererywher.
Tin ears don't worry Lew
Tendler. Philadelphia lightweight.
They do Ilia Wife. So. when he
f 7"Htfmr -for a bout he wearj car
"When Vm In the ring I do the
protecting myself." say Tendler
Tendler. the newsboy of a few
years ago, is now a ealthy
QuakertovD landlord at the ace
NEW YOriK. Feb. 17. Six day
ilcycle racing would become a thing
if the past here If an ordinance undci
onslderntion today by the committee
in general welfare of the. bonrd ol
ildornien is passed mid xiRnod by the
The ordinance would regulate the
(ours of bicycle racing permitting
Men contestant to ride but six hours
it a time and prohibiting all night
aclng. Violators of the ordinance
Jvould be subject to a fine of 10rt for
iach offense, or thirty daya in jail.
MXK 1HUYF.I5S AKK USTIK
nK IXIS AM. I I 1 SPH1XTS
IXS AN ! ELKS Feb. IT. (A. P.i
Kntiics closed today for the' pprint
'haniplons to be run on the Los An
elcs speedway Wednrsday, nine drlv
ra havlnsj entered. They are Tomm
Milton. Alton Soulex. Ualph lie Palma.
lohn A. Thiele Ira Vail, Hnecoe
virles, Kddle Miller, Jimmy Murphy
and Eddie Hearne.
AS JBIG AS THEY COME
j 31 I V i'.
A SECOND EXPLOSION
IN NEWSPAPER OFFICE
ROCK ISLAND, III., Feb. IT. (U.
A bomb explodeil at tho plant of
he i:ock Island News, a weekly paper,
'anslnh- little damage. A similar ex
plosion .'ccurred tlxree years ago. Thf
1-ajier haa been published while the
alitor In w-rvinrf u year In jail, on a
criminal llhc! charge.
Johan Aason, of Tia Juana.
Mexico, stands head and slioul-1
tiers above every other man on',
this coutinent. He's eight feetj
nine and one-fourth Inches tall ,
and weighs R0S pounds. Stand
ing with him Is Benny Harinelll.!
champ Jockey, who la riding al
the Tia Juana racetrack. Benny
. weighs 8$ pounds.
H. Parnett to U U Rogers Jlu.Ofl
' 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec. 19, Tp. 3. X. n. 3S.
C!. Ttreding to G. A. Miller Jl.fld
Fractional Lota 2, 3, 4, 5 and in and
11 in Block 13i Reservation Addition.
a. t Conner to, to C. M. Wright
$2Jfl.nn SB 1-4 NB 1-4 Sec. 22, Tp. 2,
-1. It. 34.
L. C. Johnson to B. Ruffington
$4(ian. Lot 14, liloek 223, Reservation
ST. RK.WRt LOSES .
AT KARA NAC UKE RACES
SARANC LAKE. N. Y.. Feb. 17.
times can be
woman ha3 the
right to suffer
when she can
Suppose you do
spirits and general
times? Your caso
is not hopeless.
Try Doctor Pierce's
tion. Sold by
druggists in liquid
or tablets, or send
10c. to Dr. Pierce's
Invalids' Hotel in
Buffalo, N. Y., for
a trial package.
Read what this
Bishop, Cal. "About five years
ago I suffered severely. I consulted a
local doctor and he said I would have
to undergo an operation. 1 then tried
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
toolt one bottle also one bottle of the
'Golden Medical Discovery,' and nsed
the ' Lotion Tablets and I have not
been troubled since. Mas. L. G.
Albright, R. F. D. No. 1.
I am leaving Pendle
ton and am offering my
residence for sale at
. An opportunity for a
family to secure a beau
tiful home in a " choice
Royal M. Sawtelle
Dr. David Bennett Hill
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nenroua Diseases ancl
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Electric
Temple Bldg. Room it
Pbona 41 ,
DR. C. IL DAY
I'lijsiclan and Surgeon
Rooms 13 and 25 Smith-Crawfora
Telephone 704 ' Rea. 74J-R
and His Methods
By Painless Parker
USE every method I can find
to improve everything I do.
there is a new way to make
dentistry better, I adopt it. I em
ploy every kind of advertising to
make the E. R. Parker System in
Dentistry known, and thus get
more and more people to have their teeth
cared for. I don't believe in hiding behind
the door, but do believe in coming out and
inviting people in.
It is a great privilege to be a dentist, for
. he can prevent and relieve more sickness
than a physician. To remain silent when
you arc able to do good is almost wicked.
The public is entitled to know what its
citizens can do, and I am glad to tell the
masses that I can supply them with fine
dentistry at prices they can afford to pay.
When vou think of TEETH think of
Refistml Dtnnsft Using
Pr. Valnlcss Parker Hr '. A. V.?-t. -.mi.i
V5TtM7 Ir. . O. Patton
J.V Ma n St. Pendleton, (Ire.
;"v Social Dance
Good Time for Everybody
Admission 31.00 ' 9 to 12
Best Creamery Butter, pound 58c
Hills Red Coffee 1 pound, 48c; 5 pounds, $2.35
Folgers Ensign Coffee, white package 30c
FEDERAL MILK, Urge cans 2 for 25c
Olive Oil (RE1MEARTO)
Prets ; . 80c
J-ffy Jell, 2 packages 25c
Wessons Oil Pints, 35c; Quarts, 65c
Crisco, 6 pounds $1.35
Lard . 75c and $1.35
Tea Garden Syrups 1-2 gallon, 85c; 1 gallon $1.65
Quaker Oats, large package 40c
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat, package J5C