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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. 1921.
ti f J II M 1 C" m if m r
Plans for Diamond Season to
be Formulated at First of
Sessions for Year; Expect to
A definite Klep toward the forma
tion of a baseball ten in fur Pendleton
. Uilg year will 'he made Friday night
when enthusiasts of the city will meet
In the Commercial Association room.
Tentative plana will be' drawn up for
the formation of a , league composed 'of
nearby cltlea of the Wue Moiintjiln
League and a lint of potailble pluyers
(one over at the meeting.
'Already a number of letter have
been written to town composing Ihi'
Uliie Mountain league asking them Bf
their plan for the coming; neuron but
llhmiKh there have hern no definite
lerlles received It la liellever the lea
(rue will again be formed. v
Regardless of the formation of th
nine Mountain league Pendleton will
have a baseball team according to
those prominent In baseball nffalra.
Plenty of rumen can be secured
throughout ttie eastern part of the
Htiite and In Washington, It la declared,
even though the league la not formeu
The Pendleton club la In good ahape
thla year and there are enough good
linll pluyern In the city to make eom
etltlon keen for position on the team.
P. I. OKIK1AI.8 TO n;icr
TACOMA, Wnnh., Mar. 2. (A. P.)
Official and directors of the Pacific
International baseball league will meet
here Sunday mornlnw, March 6, 'resl
dent Units II. Ilurnett announced
Adoption of the schedule and other
Important business will be taken cure
of, he siuted. It has already been
agreed to open the loague playing sea
si n Tuesday, May 3, and close Labor
day, Monday September 5.
President Murnett also announced
thut Jack. Carroll, formerly an umpire
In the Michigan-Ontario league, had
been signed for the 1921 season..
OREGON AGAIN BEATS
MAKF. lllfilf StXHtn
mrPTALO. N. Y.,'Mur. 2. (A. P.)
Local bowler competing In the two
man and Indlvlduat events of .the Am
erican Howling congress toirnnment
yesterday set up high scores. C. Payn
und O. Uerber of the Huffalo Odd Fel
lows' lodge team which holds the lead
in the five-man event, rolled high In
the doubles todaywiih 1201 pins. W.
Uurkhardt of the seme team made 3
KTOENE, Or., Mar. 2. (A. P.)
rnlverslty of Oreison again defeated
Washington Ktale college Ot liaskct
ball here, last night by a score of 35 tn
IS. Washington state lead at the end
of the first half, 15 to 13, but repeated
fouling lost the game to the koine
team. Iloth tennis sored the sumo
number of hnskitj', Ihe difference In
scoro Iwlng on account of Washing
ton's six fouls.
Migration of Majoi League
Players to Training Camps
Begins; Texas is Favored
State vof Clubs.
TO LOCATE SMUGGLERS
HKMilAV HKTAIXR I.F.AD
XBW YORK. March 2. (A. P.)
Rdourvl Horemans, Belgian hllllarl
champion, last night retained his lead
over Jake Pchaefer of San Francisco,
11AA t 1A In UUI IfiflA.n.itnt IS"
IIVV III l.."! 1,1 Kin, -w . ...
balk line match, although the young
VANCOUVER. . C March !.
(A. P.) When the liner Kinpress of
Kiijvla steamed from Victoria to Van
couver toduy, she was under Surveil
lance by a customs' official tn uu air
plane which' hovered over the sleam-
sbip throughout the trip, in an at
tempt to ascertain the means by which
drugs are being smuggled ashore
from Incoming vessels, it Is believed
by customs officials thut the packages
of drugs are dropped overboard . be
tween the two cllies and either picked
up by small craft or allowed to drift
ashore. Toduy'B airplane surveillance
brought no results It was said.
RKATTLK MAKES PAYMFXT.
BKATTI.K, Wash., March 2. Pay
I ment by the city of Seattle of the In
terest Installment due on the $15,000,-
I Ooe utility bond issue by which the
439 to 400, was the first defeat for and Light company today to abandon
Horemans since he came to thla conn- Its suit In federal court to force the
player yesterday made 826 to the. U.?l .municipal street railway was pur
glun's 800. K hafer's Victory last night 1 ased, caused the Puget Sound Po
city to pay.
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A MlliflXin:iaSMaiMi It StTliI III m
At the Sign of a Scrvke
"Kit's on the Market We Have It"
(NHW YORK, March 1. (A. P.)
Rasebull players, veterans and rook
Uttf representing sixteen major league
clubs will lie training under the Hoiijh
crn sun for the? 1921 pennant races
before the close of the present week.
Already the migration of the .National
and American league squads Js under
way and some of the older stars have
Induboed In a week or two of prelim
inary work ' at the various mineral
baths before undertaking the more
strenuous training of the southland.
Tn the s?lection of the training
camps, the various m'anngers have
shown the same wide difference of
opinion regarding the choice of quar
ters that has prevailed In the past.
Divided Into states the list shows that
Texas Is favored By seven clubs; Imi
isnna named by four; Florida anil
Arkansas by two each and California
one. , i
Nine of the clubs have selected sites
different from those used In 1320
while seven will return to the same
parks or quarters used 1 2 months ago
for the conditioning of the players. Of-
the 16 clubs, tho Chicago Nationals
will br the only squad to return to the
same camp for the, third consecutive
reason; Pasadena, Calif., having the
The complete list of training enmps
for the 1921 season follows;
pton Galveston, Tex.
I'rooklyn .......... New Orleans, I ji.
Cincinnati Cisco, Tex.
New York Sun Antonio, Tex.
Philadelphia Gainesville, Fla.
Pittsburgh Hot Springs, Ark.
St. Iuls Orange, Tex.
American I 'ague
n.iMon Hot S'prlngs, Ark.
Chicago Waxahachie, Tex.
Cleveland Italia. Tex.
Detroit , San Antonio, Tex
Vew York i-hreveport, Ui.
Philadelphia l ake Charles. La.
St, Louts .. . . Holgaluxa. La.
Washington .'..'... Tampa, Fla.
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Wonder what upset your stomach
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help neutralize acidity and in five min
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If your stomach doesn't take care of
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pepsin, which costs so little at drug
IS GIVEN BY SCHOOL
CTIOTOX. S. D., Mar. 2. (A. P.
Mrs. Rert Fetters, farmer's wife, arm
ed with an axe, won
large grey wolf near
when she ccrnered the animal in a hog
house and Killed it. It was learned to
da A dog pac-k had been fatigue.!
when the woman Joined the chase.
. The Fordson has many friends in Umatilla county
because ofvits dependability and freedom from re
pairs arid trouble. Its ability to keep going day after
day either plowing, harrowing, discing, seeding,
' moving grain or hay, hauling or any kind of belt
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and indispensible to you as any one of the present
owners. ' .
We ask that you give us the opportunity to show
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Our allotment for this territory this year is snjall
and we ask that you arrange for a demonstrations
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in time to insure your delivery this spring.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 . Water and Johnson Sts.
NEW YORK, March 2. (A. P.)
Enrico Caruso was reported tonight to
be "doing Very well' after an oper
ation today to remove a pus accumu
lation In the lower plural cavity.
Three tanks of oxygen were taken
tonight to the apartment of Enrico
Caruso, world famous tenor. Ill with
pleurisy, who had been operated on
enrlv In the dav to relieve him of a
collection of pus on one side of the
Stops Hair Coming Out;
(East Oregonlan Special,)
HELIX. March 2. A very delight- j
ful program was given on Tuesday j
afternoon by the 1st and 2nd grades ;
of the Helix school under the direction
of their teacher, Mrs. Louie Behrns. j
Quite a number of visitors were pres
ent Those taking part on the pro- ;
gram were Lois Piper, Mary Lynn.
Ruby Barker; Margaret Norvell, Rol
land Wilson, Adelyn Mclntyre, Mar
Jorio Behrhs, lester Itingle. Arlean ,
Oarrett, Ralph Clark, Donald McCon- j
nelP Jessie McAlavy, Herman Behrena,
Frank McAlavy and Alene Grover. j
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blinn have re-
turned from a trip to Seattle and Port- j
Mrs. T. Cook proved herself a j
charming hostess on Thursday even-1
Ing when she entertained at dinner
the senior.. cIhu and faculty of 'hp
Mrs. J. M. Matlock and two little
grand daughters who have been recent
visitors at the George Piper, home
have returned to La Cross, Wash..
Mrs. A. C. Mclntyre entertained at
her home on Tuesday evening, the
boys' class of the Christian Sunday
school. Those present were Mr. Rob
ertson, teacher; Mrs. Robertson. Er
nest and Grace Leslie. Blain Alspach,
a fight with a Emmett and Robert Kerley, Carl
here Sunday, i i).,Usner Ernest and Kenenth Eheler,
Neil Mclntyre and Teo Robertson.
- Mr. and Mrs. George Piper and
family and Miss Elva Bledsoe were
visitors in Walla Walla Sunday.
A. R. Gray was a week end visitot
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas and Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Alspach were visitors
in Pendleton Sunday.
About eighteen young people enjoy
ed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Penland Saturday evening. Those
present being the members of the
voung people's class of the Baptist
Sunday wchool, Ganies and music
were features of the evening and dain
ty refreshments were served by th
hostess. This class has recently been
organized with the following officer.
President, Katheryn Mclntyre; vice
president. Telma Flock; secretary,
Harold Pozier; treasurer, Elva Alex
F. 'E. Bllnn has disposed of his mer
cantile business at Helix to J R.
Thomas, recently of Portland. Mr.
Hlinn will devote his time to his farm
ing Interests In this community.
Among those attending the I. O. O.
F. convention held in Heppner on
Saturday were W. E. Potts L. D.
Clark, C. H. Gemmell and Edmund
Mrs. M. 1,. Morrison, Mrs. W. H. Al
bee; Mi's. Jennie Leslie and Claud
Morrison motored, to Walla Walla
Sunday w here they were guests of rel
atives, returning to Helix on Monday.
'Dear Sir: I have try to ask a few
of the return soldier boy of my ac
(tuantonce, and all have already put
in their application or s'lSii a petition
similar to this. So It is impossible for
me to comply with your request. 1
vill have to be home for a good
while as my wife Inst Monday hue;
given birth to baby boy and tor me
It Is my duty to be with her all the
time I possible can ?id it will be rath
er a long time while before 1 could go
out and hunt names of ex-servieo men
Tius'.inar you will accept my excuse
Nothing reserved entire stock goes. $6000 worth of high
grade Shoes, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Ladies' Furnish
ings, Hats, Caps, etc.
THIS SALE OF ALL SALES L ASTS ONLY
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DIAMOND DYE IT:
Old, faded skirts, Waists, coats,;
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POPE UEQVESTS MKETIXO
ROME, Mar. 2. AX. P.) Prelates
from countries! arrayed against each
other during the war have been asked
by Pope Benedict to meet and promote
amity between nations.
' This request was gladly received by
Cardinal Bourne, archbishop of West
minister, wh. will meet Mons. Josef
-"'hulls, archbishop of Cologne, nn
Mons. Michael Von Faulhaber, arch-
oishop of Munich, who will receive tho ;
red hat at the coming consistory.
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a few applications you cannot find a
fallen hair or any dandruff, beside
every hair shows new life, vigor,
'Tightness, more colon and abundance.
'flic taiomiwmlit Month j
March is a typical pneumonia niontn '
and usually gives a hish rate of mor- '
tality for the disease. After a Ions!
and hard winter, the' system loses
much of its resistance and people srov
careless. When every cold, no matter
bow slight, is given prompt and intelli
gent attention, there is much less
danger of pneumonia. H should be
')orne in mind that .pneumonia is a.
Term disease and breeds in the 0roat.
Chamberlain's Coush Remedy is an
expectorant and cleans out the germ
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"Gentlemen: I am enclosing m" town. Pa. People who once use this.
discharge In order that 1 may receive
my Victory Meral. If you will take a
look at it you will realize that it
Dr. David Bennett Hill
i Pendleton, Oregon
would be useless to take it to any re.
cruitin off ce for they would bo tin-
i able to rend It, so I am sending it to
I you as if necessary you have the ser
vice records to refer to and perhaps.
I v so doing, decipher It sufficiently to
I find out that 1 am entitled to a Vic-j
; tory Medal. The printed letter-In In j
places is my own and is as mscnarsc
I "'I Is not necessary to send my dis-
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; basket or fire; as I would be ashamed
I to show II to anyone. It sure Is a bird
I of a thing to get as a reward for six
! teen mouths spent In Fiance, How
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preparation are seldom satisfied .-.with
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