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SECTION TWO .
PAGES 7 TO 10
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 5. 1921.
3 H'ICSSS W,WfP
Baseball Men to do Training
Stunt for First Time in Local
Diamond; Meeting at Club
: Rooms Enthusiastic.
Th drat prnctlce of (ho scunnn will
be held on the nound I'p grounds Hun.
t'.ay morning an a result of a decision
made t)jr baseball fans at the meeting
held In the '"nmmeroliil Axsortntloif
I looms JiiHt nlKht. An many ptnyers an
poxiillile me linked t turn out for prac
j t!ce tomorrow morning; In order Hint a
niif- wii minerim may ne secured.
Thorn wire not as muny at the meet
ing held hiMt nlht iih wan desired hut
those present declined what the meet.
liiK liiekeil in attendance It mudo up
III enthusiasm. '
It whh divided to cull a meeting of
representatives of the clubs from other
title In thlH motion of the Mute here
inn latter part of next week to
effect; If pomd hit, an organization for
the KeitHon. It In not anticipated there
will he any difficulty In the forming or
the leaKite h already o number of
cltle, have slKnlfled their Intention of
Joining with Pendleton.
IjOHitk Are liolnir wnt out today and
It lx expected that the exact date of
the meeting of club representatives
will bo announced wlth'.nva few days.
It Im the cnneensnis of opinion that
I'm onenln? rnnv h plnved In th-'
ll niTATITV . GVITWV a xtit nis-xT tel
QUALITY , SERVICE
Are You Prepared ,
for the unexpected guest?" Do you always keep
o,n hand a supply of good quality groceries arid
How dear to the housewife's" heart is a full
stock of everything, for the family's complete
We have everything of the finest quality.The
best is our standard.
Phone 45) . At tlie'KlKit of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
forepart of April with the schedule
continuing until tho Fourth of July.
r. ok o. iikats im,.mi;tit.
W'tlKXH, Ore., March &- (A. P.)
Diversity of Oreipm won from Wll
lameite unlveralty basketball player In
a northwest coni'erenco game here hint
nlttht by a aeore of 2". to 21. Oregon
Ntfcrted with a number of substitutes,
but thn score became mo cIohh that they
were yanked and regular playcrn put
'outwja .i:ts kkcikiov
,.XKW yoitK, March R. (A. P.)
rattling tlrtegasjof California, recelv
1 the JudKes' decision over Frank
Carbone of New York, after a 15.
round bout lust niKht. Ortega weigh
ed ir& pounds and Oirbone 158.
IDAHO IHCATS MONTANA
MIHHOI ;I.A, Mont.. March 5. (A.
P.) I'niverslty of Idaho defeated
.Montana Rate university at basketball
here last night, 41! to 22. l'lay was oil
in Idaho's favor.
MAKKS XI-: W ItlX'Oltll
XKW HAVKN, Conn., March 5. (A.
P. I H. L Jones of Chicago, member
of Drown I'niversity swimming- team,
broko the intenolleKiato record for
the 10V yard swim in the meet with
Vale. Thin time wan uT, 3-5 seconds.
B UKIVACV If
Msdfe deposit box 7t
SJq? our v&vlfs is a raa w
r Qu&ranree of safety
MONEY, jewelry and valuable
papers are not protected by
being hidden or even locked
, in the family safe. Make certain ot
security. Avail yourself of a strong
box in our safety deposit vault.
The rordson Tractor
v The Fordson has many friends in Umatilla county
because of its dependability and freedom from re
pairs and trouble. Its abilityJto keep going day after
day either plowing, harrowing, discing, seeding,
moving grain or hay, hauling or any kind of belt
work, will make itself, in a short time, as valuable
and indispensible to you as any one of the present
owners. . . , . .
We ask that you give us the opportunity to show '
you, at our expense, that it will do what We claim for
it and more.
Our allotment for this territory this year is small
and we ask that you arrange for a demonstration as
soon as convenient, so that we may have your order
in time to insure your delivery this spring.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 ' - Water and Johnson Sts.
1. Willard Threaded Rubber Bat-
teriet fce standard on 172 make a of
-notor cars and trucks, and on export
models of 2 others.
2. Most of the important battery
improvements originated with Willard,
and are today found in the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
3. Threaded Rubber Insulation
saves jtoti mo ley because '.t does not
warp, pufKton, crack or carbonize.
It out.aats the plates.
C Threaded . Rubber Insulation
found only in the Willard Threaded
Rubber Battery permits "bone-dry"
shipment that keeps the battery new.
5. As an authorized Willard Service
Station we offer to every Willard user
the benefit of the broad Willard
Garden and West Court Streets
lllsliway Servlee Station '
IX Court and'AItn Sta. '
Steele" Service Station
Corner Haley and Matlock
Wwtlnwn Atito Co.
Nell & ltnrker
Rtanfleld Auto Co.
, Auto Show March Ill-U-12
Loat Title to Joe Lynch and Fol-'
lowed That With Loss of:
Coin in Scrap With Jimmy!
HY H KXIty I- FAHP.EI.I. j
(I'nited Prernt Staff Correspondent.) i
.NEW yoitK, Jlarxh 5.-rPet Her-
man lost all the way around when he,"
took on Joe Lynch recently in .MadiKon '
The wee Italian not only lo8t hi
bantamweiKh' championship, but i
droitped a wad of money when he went j
to London to niet-t Jimmy Wilde. That j
Wilde-Herman affair waa a farce fi-j
naneially and nearly put Promoter 1
Ho be Welch out of business. j
Xelther Herman nor Sum Goldman, I
hlti manager, had much to say concern- i
ing money matters when they return- I
ed to America. Goldman, however, j
let It be known that he waa holding j
a check that waa no good. Welch'a
Hide of the atory a it appe.irs In a Lon- j
don paper of recent date in very inter
esting and very frank. I
'In a letter ho says:
"When I signed Pete Herman up in j
America, I agreed to give him a sum j
in dollara amounting to about 7,000 I
pounds. He waa then bantam-wclum j
champion of the world, and It was
understood between us that he a
r.ot to engage in any contest involving
the world's title before meeting Jimmy I
Wilde here. When I got to England 1 j
i a bled him $rlt00 to cover the expens- j
es to this country of -himself and his(
tparring partners. You can therefore!
Imagine my surprise when I saw thatj
his manauer had arranged for Herman
to meet Joe Lynch before he met
Wilde. I immediately cled Goldman
as follows: '
" ') rtijht with Lynch for champion
ship? If Herman lieaten for cham
pionship, "match with Wilde hopeless.
Cable immediately. Welch' .
"t did not receive anv answer, but
!,....... ,...? ft... l..at In, ITnirlarwl ft i
day after his fight with Lynch, which
he lost. As soon a he arrived he was
Interviewed, and after discussion he
agreed to take 3,!i0 pounds. Just un-
attr,jJuc,lvaJt,of the original purse.
"Everything appeared to be in or
der; thus yon can imagine my surprise
when Mr. Goldman came to my office
on the day of the fight and demanded
another 4,500 pounds, adding the
in rest that tinless It waa forthcoming
Herman would not fight.
"I was determined that he sho.Md
r.oi get the best of me and therefore
sVoert a cheipie, after considerable j
protest, which I Know ne wouia noi oe
aide to cash. I subsequently refuseo
t, allow my partner to append hia sig
nature, without which the cheque is
lliat cheaper clothing cannot he purchased anywhere-
if it could he sold for less money, The Huh chain
of stores would he selling it. Our sale lasts only
Monday we will have many new hargains for you.
The Huh store has never disappointed any one yet.
When we say a sale, we mean a regular he-man sale.
pa i d t f i
745 JMain Street
WHITE SOX LEAVE FOR
TEXAS TRAINING ClPi
CHICAGO, March 5. (A. P.) Wil
liam "Kid" Gleason, manager of the
Chicago White Sox, bubbling with en
thusiasm last nlKht left with his pfay-
Urs for the training crimp at Waxaha-
chie, Texas; to commence the task of
rebuilding the club broksn up follow-
,lng the baseball scandal last year. In
the party are four catcners, six piicn-
crs, an infielder and an outfielder.
Gleason was greatly pleased with tho
deal announced yesterday in which
Harry Hooper, veteaan Hoston . out
fielder, joined his club in exchange for
John Collins and Marry Liebold, out
fielders. , "Say, fellows, you don't know how
happy I am to get Hooper on my ball
club. We wont miss Felsch or JacK
wn," sld the" "Iv'd'.' with a smile as
he boarded the train. "We are going
to have a. bull club that's going to be
up there figlit'ng and every member
of the clu! will Jie given a chance to
Hooper, who is in California, has
been notified to join the club at the
training cumin The second s'Uiad will
leave next week.
CLOSE CONTEST MARKS
U. OF W.-AGG1E
SKATTLR, Wash., March 6. (A.
p.) University of Washington defeat
ed the Oregon' Agricultural college
basketball team by a score of 29 to24
in one of the most closely contested
games of the conference series on the
varsity floor lure last night. The
Washington d.uimVt did not have the
game safely won urtil the final whistle
sounded. Suilk of Washington and
Rtinson of O. A. C, were the stars of
LITTLE MASTER' TO
Dr. David Bennett Hill
CAW BE CURED
S. C HittzaM. H. r.
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treatment. ! aiii reujuit to try this treotultal tlial's ii ut
try tt. tnt ni ovio arir-.iTiieiit. . , . ,
I'v been in the Retail Iirun Busine"? fer m ytn. I am Secretary o' the Indians Stats Pnsrd
tf "iisnniwy ud F-retiutut of tie Klail Driccnts' AnrKutinu Nearly everyone in Kort Wavnn
dows meand ktiows attout my suceessfni tr-atment. over fourteen tnouaand frv nwKir4l
Men. Women and CI -liiilen oulnio oi fort Wayne hire, acccrdaiz to their own tateUKBU, been
cured by this treatment siif-e I lit mf'e thu offer Dublic.
If vou have Ecze-ma, Itch. Salt Itfcaum. Titter neer iind how bad my treatment Has
cured the worst can I ever fjtw ghr mm a chines to orcv my claim.
Send m-t your name and address on the ro tor. n below r. ud Ret tlte trial treatment I want to
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iaiiiii COT AN9 MAILTOOAV rassssssasassiassa
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DtreeL and No. ,
IIOSTOX, March S.r (A. P.) Starting-
for tSalveston, Texas, Manager
Fred Mitchell of the Huston Nationals.
Irnriinil that hn.wiiill.l n'tfh Kit)
! again Richard Dudolph, "little mast-
r, one ot mo tnree piti-ners wni
I rought victory to tl)e Braves in 111 it.
Dinlnlnh's nrni fnifcl h!m last vein'
and ho was given permission to ply
anywnere. win ne oecuieo auer a con
ference with resident Grant In New
York yesterday that ho would be back
with the lliaves on u bonus -basis, to
rttuch for the games he pitched and
so much more for the games he won.
FARM Kit IS KOimr.ll.
- FI'ATTI.K, March B. (A. P.) 3.
T. IH-liois, a farmer living near The
IHiilcs. Ore., was lieaten Into lnsensi-1
hillty aud robbed of HTn In currency
in the east side nf the city early Inst
night, he told the police, and Is In the
city hospital 111 a nerious condition.
kPrltotse said ho carried tho money in.
Eathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
to light circuit
J. L. VAUGIIAN
SiHI F- Coori
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5 Bars Cream Oil Soap,
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1 Package Sea l oam Washing Powder,
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Special Deal Price 7" $1,150
Extra Fancy Apples, box $2.2.)
Folcers Ensign Coffee, white package, oadi. . 0c
Olive Oil (REIMBARTO) . .pint SOc. quart Sl..r0