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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON.
THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 10. 1920.
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thumplon, hvit ho hu meed und hiw
Imin-uvcd hln uolnic conxlHtently In tho
pint year, no Unit toduy he Ik Hcrlously
fiKurcd ftH a pomtblu heir to his broth.
cr'n clmmplonxhlp estate.
VHFN CHIMP WIMMm
v TO OCTOBER
Duke Kahanamoku and Kealo
ha to Stage Great Contest in
1 One Hundred Yard Contest
MOXOLVU:, Wen 10. (A. P.)
The fent of Pua Kealoha, Olymplfl
wlmmlng1 tur from Huwiill, who cut
diika Kithamimokii'H world record for
the 100-yard Hwlm froii) 51 Necondu
fat to 62 1-5 Keconds In a recent rucu
at. Adelaide, AUHtrulla, promlHCR to
precipitate a battle royal In the wlm
miii(f world when tho 1 lid-yard nation,
al rhitmploniihlp Ik mailed here, proli.
all.v In October dtirlnir the meeting
of the prow fongreioi of the world.
Thin event, toRolhor with other nation
al ehiimplonHhlpa, recently was award -td
to Hnwall by tho A. A. I'.
fiuc kern of Puke'wiy he will rctrlevi
bin lost laiirela, that he never Kwlnii
unlowi pushed and then only ' hurl
enough to win.
Aside from what Duke will be ante
to accomplish when pitted aaainst
the younir Hul Mukunl atar of eighteen
yenra, there will l other elements to
fiffiir In October'a race for the covet
ed 100-yard crown. "Hill" Harris of
Ontrtrirors club, another Olympic
'Inner, has teen traveling fast In the
sprints oi late. Ho has vntrrcn Kealo.
ha, mill another Olympic winner and
backstroke champion. Warren Is no
relative, of Pua, ulthouith they both
carry Hul Mnkanl colors, Hul hclni
Hawaiian for "club."
. There Is still a fifth contender lo
consider. He If Duke's younif brother,
Kant Kahanamoku. Hum has not the
powerful nhvNlnne of th ten-vi-iir
IIOW KTS LANDS KAYO
NEVV YOKK, March X0.--(A. I'.)
Al Itobcrts'of New York, knocked out
Uunuuut Hmlth of California, In the
loth round of a J2-round mutch here
MATCH KWSAS AND JACKSON
NICW YOKK, March 10. (A. I'.t
Tex lllckard announced last nlvht thai
Itocky Kunsas and Willie Jiickwin,
Huhl'welKhts, had been matched to
meet In a 15-round bout here .March
17. Juckson was substituted for Denny
Leonard, lightweight champion, who
Ik 111 with Influenza.
IMK'KV KANSAS WINS
MII.WAI KKIJ, Wis., March 10. (A.
P.) Hooky Kansas, lluffalo, whs
awarded the newspaper decision over
ltlchle Mitchell, Milwaukee lightweight
boxer, In a 10-round, no-declalon bout
last niKht. lioth scored' knockdown.
Kansas was warned by the referee
repeatedly for delivering a backhano
punch which Is HR.iinst Wisconsin
rules. Kans.ia weighed 3t and
Mitchell 135 pound.
MIKK TIIIAIi, IMXAY
CHiICACO, March 10. (A. I'.l An
attempt to obtain a postponement ci
six months In the trial of tho IndicteO
I'hicajn) White Sox baseball club, prnhJ
ably will In. made Monday, when the
caso Is called, Hcconlinjr to attorneys
who will prosecute the cast!. Indica
tions, howmer, wero that not more
than one month's delay would be
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(United Press Btaff (orrespondent.)
NEW TOItK, March 10. Huzuiinc
Ientrien, tho Flinch tennis wizard. Is
practically sure to come to America
this summer. She will compete in the
woman's championships at Forest
Hills, L. I., and will make an exhibi
tion tour as far as the coast.
Americana will see in Mile, lnglen i
pel hups the greatest girl player. Ten
nis critics vho have swrt the slim little
French girl on the court declare th:ii
May Sutton is the only Htar that could
lpproach her same.
Mile. Ijengivn is a ureat little ad
vertiser. She was one of tho banner
attractions of. tho Olympic ames lat
summer and became noted not only
for her pnwness on the court, but for
her conipiests anions the opposite sfx.
She always entered the stadium lute
and her presence was heralded by an
advance detachment of her admirers
who w.ilked alonj the aisles with loud
Mage whispers "Here comea the won
derful Mile. Inslen."
She followed them atruttinir like a
uucen. One afternoon she sauntered
into the press box and wa: told by the
row'armc that ehe could not remain
unless she possessed a press badae.
A flock of suitors in her wake
cowled at ihe s ndarme and a I'om
dog under e ich i f her arms growled
at him, but he would not step aside.
"I am the (treat Lenglen.'' she said
"Ah, that Is different," said Ihe
Tendnrme with a low 4ow. "Yon
should tell me at once. Knter made
molsdle.'' Mile, lenffien, however, has rea
sons for her little vanities. Hlie
shares with Oeortres t.urpentUr the
honor of being almost a French God.
I'arla'ans think as much of her as
'hey do the great soldier hero.
The West Hide Tennis Club is al
endv plonninic to build a new stadium
it Forest Hills to accommodate the
crowd thai will attenj the woman's
ational championships and the Davi:
Cup matches.. About 211, MOO are ex
pected d.illy and it is expected thu'.
he buy office receipts will cxceeti
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ST. I.OI'IH, March 10. 'A. P.)
I!nr Xeusel. nrofessional ball player.
died today from Injuries received lusi
nlnht when he was struck by a street
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DKT1MMT. .March 10. (A.-P.)
Kduoard' Horemans, Kuropean 18.2
balk line billiard champion, went Into
the- lead In his 3,6P) tioint match with
Welker Cochran of San Francisco yes
terday when I tho fifth block he
made his biKest run since cominjf to
ihts country, 297 points. Cochran was
leading by :.V-0 points when the play
bewn but Horemans' high run, with
others of 5(1,, 132 and 9", enabled the
Belician. In suits of a run of 131 by
Cochran', to lead at the conclusion of
'.he block, 1500 to 1368.
FOt U I'l AYKKS TIE
CHICAGO. March 10. (A. P.) J.
H. Shoemaker of New York, defeated
o. A. Vaughn of Chicago. 12a to 5". In
lest night's play for the national ama
teur pookellill:ard title. His victory
hrows four of the contestants into a
le for first place.
BUY AS YOU NEVER
Prices went up fast, come down
fast but it will be a long time be
fore 3ou ever have a chance to buy
at these prices. .
Sale Ends Saturday
We are giving yoii, new bargains for the last two days
that will make your eyes pop out. Merchandise that
cannot be beaten for quality in any store.
Hurry to this Store!
Opportunity has knocked at your door, open the door and let it in.
Save enough on your own purchase to outfit the rest of the family.
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only look for the name. California on
the package, then you are aura your
child is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
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.March 10. On Thurs
day and Friday at l'map!ne, .Mrs. Ed
tih Van Peuaen, county home demon
stration aeent, conducted a very suc
cessful millinery school with the la
dies of this place. Fesides a. large
number nttendinc for instruction
thirteen made hats which they esti
mated at an averace cost of eight dol
lars each at a shop. The actual Hav
ing on these chapcaus was estimated
at jri4.46. Some were made from ne
niMter'al but the greatest number
were made from material on hand.
Mrs. Van Dousen will come back in
the fall and conduct another school.
both in dressmaking and millinery
l'ctddes hat construction, the renovat
ing of hats was discussed at m previous
meeting.' styles ami lines being ex
plained by the instructor.
On Friday n.'ght the reKulnr meet
ing of the Hudson Fay ranse was
i. ..Li 1wK'iles an Initiation. ' Mr.
and Mrs. Lane Jlooit were named aF
delepntes to the annual state grange
which convenes at F.ugene this year
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bean were named
as alternates. ,
In the lecturer's hour, besides n pill
powder contest. Mrs. J. K. Jones treat
ed the r.nmstre to a crackerjack feed.
Mrs John Allen left Saturday for
Twin Falls. Idaho, where she will
snend a two weeks' vacation with rel
atives. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Tort 'Kominger return.
ed Saturday from New Mexico after a
.-oar' .ii,. lii thnt state. Mr. and
I Mis. noininger me at present with
Mrs. Kominuer's jarents.-Mr. and Mrs.
; J. t?. Krumbah.
j Mis. Glen Montgomery left last
! week for Corvnllis where she Joins hei
! husband who 1 taking a courso at O
A. I .
II. I d'ean, county commissioner. Is
In l'ortlaiid this week attending
meeting or the state highway commis
sion. Mrs, Hoy rncon, who has been se
riously 311 since the birth of her hb
in February, Is sli'ly convalescing.
Mr. and Mrs. August, tiess, wni
have been visiting at the J. H. Harn
home, are now at thu Hiur.Hi stale
Hue home where they wi'l stay miti'
Ihm. ..turn In Al.isha. M T. HifJ is f
mirier and is located near Faiibunkf
T'.ie s'lident body of the lush wlwoi
held a mcetinir on MoMda' ufternor
and It was deckled to purchase base
ball su.ts for the team immediately In
order that they might have them-fei
the opening game t'uo first or April.
.Mr. Hurrah, principal, also announced
the annual track meet of all the east
And .,-hnols would be held in Milton
Arm -22nd. The school board has
leased the ground adjuinlng tne scnooi
o- ihl. in heine fitted up by the pu-.
p!ls for a lawn tennis court. Three ;
nets have been purchased, i
Tho fuenltv of the Vincent school
all attended the teachers- Institute;
which was held In Milton on saiuruaj j
af'ernoon. . f
im Morrison is building a porcn
around his house and improving the,
grounds. He plans on making his
home very attractive before me sum-
mm -Voiorer has moved the James ,
kniic- fmm its former site into Uma- ;
pine and is fixing it up for a place to ,
Comos.to you and the children if
tou have Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery in the. house.
Vns Hiltlo-mW and "exown-
ups" this old fashioned vegetable
tonic and blood-maker is still
used by the million bottles every
Tear, 'it was first used by every
body 50 years ago and is st ill safe
and sane because it contains no
ni narcotic It is made
up of Blood root, Oregon Grape
root, Queen's root. Stone root,
Cherry Bark, without alcohol.
Make Tonr blood redder and
your health better by going to
your nearest, drupfrist and ob
taining Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery in tablet or liquid
Walla Walla, Wash." When I
hd the measlee I went out a little
too soon and took cold on my luns.
I had eharp pains. I took some
medicine that I got from the drug
store bus nothing did me much good
nntil I took a bottle of Dr. Tierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It did ma
great good. The 'Discovery' has
doee my mother and father lota of
good, too, for neuralgia." Misa
Kloremcb Boons, linden St., Bouta
S. Po 8.
NYE-WARD SHOE CO.
I have opened an up-to-date shoe shining par
lor in Nye-Ward Co.'s new shoe store. The class
of shining parlor Pendleton people have long
needed. Open week days during business hours.
Saturdays to 9:30 p. m. ' Sundays 9 a. m. to 3 p.
m. Shining Stand Phone 622.
Geo. W. Hooker, Oregon Journal Agt.
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Imdlcoa Plume 225-W.
Best Creamery Butter, lb . 53c
Lard. ..... No. 3 75c; No. 5, $1.25; No. 10, $2.23
Cottolene med. $L23; large $2.15
Wessons Oil. . pints 35c; quarts 65c; 1-2 gal. $1.30
Syrup, Karo Blue No. 5, 50c; No. 10 00c
Syrup, Karo Red No. 5, 50c; No. 10, 93c
FEDERAL MILK, 2 cans 23c
Hills lied Coffee, 1 lb. 48c
Hills Red Coffee, 5 lbs $2.33
Hills Blue Coffee, 1 lb 33c
Hills Blue Coffee, 3 lbs 93c
Red Mexican Beans, 4 lbs 23c
Macaroni, Spaghetti and Noodles, 5 lb. box. . . 60c