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- ; -- DMLtTeA FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 18,
GIANTS LOOK BEST BET IN RACE FOR FLAG , 1 MIKE O'DOWD FAILS PEER OF PUGil 1STS T
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NKW YOKK, March 18. (Henry I,, 'a mure reliable outfleldr than Iienny
Furrell. U. 1. Stuff Correspondent.) Kuuff or King, he ought tb walk away
Bince ii3, wneii Jawn J. gumw.iin me iiruuum.
copped lila third peiinunt In a. ruw, no
Js'utlonal League manaxcr ha headed
a winner twice consecutively.
, Unnie Wllbcrt lloblnson can do h
lot of things with bull playerH, but
there in not enough urouud hie Urooie
lyn club to Justify the belief that h
will break the precedent. .
True, he ha the same club, man for
mun, excepting Itube Maryuard, that
won the 1120 honor, but while he ha
atood pat on hi team, other manager
hava been adding strength during the
Picking winner on the diamond 1
Just ubout as dapenduble as picking
them on lh6 turf a hit once in a
while 1 a good average.
htia v. m. rilll,,! fl.tlilntinn
pruhubly wa thinking of this recently
wNtn he Mid:
"Vou go ahead and dupe out
pennant race. I prefer to play It.'
However, in fifty per cent tif the
cam-, baseball runs true to form. Last
year the National league race went
against the dope but the American
League followed it almost to a line.
The National League, of course, can
be divided Into two grous, contenders
Only three clubs at this early dule
appear to be In the first cluas Brook
lyn, New York and Pittsburgh. -
Of. that trio New York looks to be
best with the Plrutes second and the
The Giants ought to win the pen
nant. If Uoldlo Kapp makes good for
the infield and McOraw Is able to hind
Afier a aluun until midHummcr.
fwlth the pitcher out of condition u;id
a fragile Infield, tne tiiants cnaseti me
Uobin clear to the wire lust yeur. .
LOST TO J. WiLSON
Middleweight Champ Retains
. Title When Judges Disagree
The club Is stronger this year,
should start stronger and finish
llubblt Maranvllle will make a pen
nant contender out of the l'lttsburgh
Pirate. Oeoige (llbson sacrificed
some hailing strength und some pow
erful outfield talent to get lilm but
there is plenty left. The Pirates look
awfully good for the race, but not
enough to n ). out the Giants.
Prouklyn has the best pitching staff
in the major league. It may even be
stronger with Heather In the fold, bu,t
the club has no better than It was last
c,tr ana ever.imie exctriiuiiK uie rem
the I dents of Flutbush ndmlt that the Eb-
ueis crowu was rutner lucay last yeur.
The Cinc'nnatl Iteds apiiear to be
shot. Pat Moran wrecked his club to
get rid of some disturber. With a
recruit. Huh nc, on second base and the
light hitting Crane In right field, the
club will not be as strong as it was last
year. There4, may be better morale on
the club with Hcuther. King, Hath und
Nenle gone, but morale will nut go it
Johnny Kvers has also been tearing
down the Chicago Cubs to such an ex
tent that his 'club Is a mystery. How
ever, any club under Evers must be
figured, lie brought the (Jiants out of
the ditch last year und he "may be"
a miracle man with the Mruins.
Jack Dernpsey, per of pugilist of
the present, I superstitious, as are
moat fighters. '
At Mount Calvary cemetery In Port
land (-re, is the grave of that tarnous
, , . , . . '.Jack Dernpsey of the past
and Referee Gives Decision. n.ircn
NKW "YORK. March U.-r-lA. P.)-'- " . . ta ?
... ....... ' hesvvwe uht champion, ni a
jiiiiniiv iimoii iiiiiiuit,wi,iuriL i:nuiii- i -
plon, retained his title In a 15-round
bout with Mike O'Dowd, former eliam-1
plon, ut Madison Square Garden but
night. The Judges disagreed and Hcf
erce Johnny Mi Avoy of - lirookiyn,
gave his decision In favor of Wilson.
The bout was rather disappointing
from a fistic standpoint, as each man
ui.nnw.,1 fifrnfri nf the other and
O'Dowd only adopted his famous rusb-
nig lavucs inn unuinuiiy.
Wilson, who has the longer reach,
was able to stand off or outpoint
O'Dowd as long as the cx-chainpliin
was content to box or spar, but when
ever O'Dowd stepped Inside to fight In
his usual rushing fashion, Wilson was
At least three times O'Dowd com
plained Wilson was hitting low with
his left swings to the body. In the
13th round when their heads bumped
blood spouted from a cut over
O'Dowd's temple. During the last two
rounds O'Dowd was bothered by this
There was heavy wagering on the
result. Wilson was a pronounced fa
vorite In the betting during the day,
the odds being quoted as 1 1 to 5 but
when the men reached the rlngsLle
the belting was lurgely at even money
king thero recently that he visit tne
grave nf the other Juck Dernpsey,
whose stout heart broke whi n Hob
FitzsimnioiiH wrested from his fore
head the crown of fistia-l.
Dumusey salir no, he guessed he
wouldn't visit the grave. Instead, he
sent a wreath of flowers to t'O laia on
the grave of the "Nonpareil.
"Hcperstltiotis?" he was asked.
"Maybe I am," said Dernpsey, "read
Stanley Ketchel, best of middle
weights, went to Portland and visited
the "Nonpareil's" last resting place.
I'efore he had a chance to fight again
,i bullet enilcd nis speciacumr --..
"Terrible Terry" MoOovern was
thought to be unbeatable in the light
weight division. He visited the grave
and straightway lost the championship
to Young Corbett.
Jim Jeffries and Frank Gotch, pre
mier wrestler, touring the country to
gether, stopped long enough In Port
land to iick ,up some easy money. Tu
celher they tisited the grave.
Jeffries was beaten by Jaek John
son. Gotch succumbed to Bickness.
And last came Willard. mountain
ous battler. He visited the grave and
. Utile Inter lav. a bruised and pitiful
hulk, taking the count at Toledo while
the referee lifted the glove of victory
of the present Jack Dernpsey. '
And this is why the champion will
not visit the grave of the other Jack
Dernpsey who was known as the
V A X.
Minn tt W ipW wwnem mIF&m
The new wide band effect. High
open curl to brim. Maple orown.
Seal Brown, umim. j
Green. Light Ureen.
Olive, Dark Steel. Navy
blue and Pearl.
At tbt good dealers.
FUNERAL OF OREGON
Men's Riding Boots
Wc carry tlie Famous Gotzian make in
5 styles and 3 colors. None Letter for
825.00 BOOTS ON SALE AT
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St
PIONEER IS HELD
I 'lHiGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
WILL PLAY BASEBALL
Boiling Beef . . . 8e
SteyJkeL- . . V . . rr. . . 8c
Pot Roast Beef ...... 12 l-2c
Cross Rib Roasts ....... 18c
Chuck Steak 20c
Round Steak . . . ... 25c
PorteTliouse Steak :H 1 . .728c
T-Bone Steak ...28c
Sirloin Steak 28c
Tenderloin Steak . . . 28c
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An abundant supply of Milk Fed Veal, Tender, Juicy Lamb and Pig.
Fresh Kettle Rendered Bulk Lard, 25c per pound.
1 FISH DEPARTMENT
Alaska King Salmon, Columbia River Smelt, Fresh Halibut, Crabs, Oys
ters, Clams, Shrimp Meat. .
A limited supply of sweet, juicy Oranges, 4 doz. 50c; fresh, crisp vege
tables of various varieties, including head lettuce, hot house lettuce, cucum
bers, fresh green peas, tomatoes, cauliflower, carrots, green onions, carnips.
The National Biscuit Co. will demonstrate their various kinds of crackers
and biscuits in this store Saturday. Come in and look the line .ovqt,
TRADING CO. v
If it's on the market we have it.
(East Oregoniuri Special.)
! H FRMISTt )N'. March
(East Orcgonian Special.)
WKSTLA ND-M I XX EH AH A . M arch
1 s. c. G. Shipley of Westland, Is con
fined to his home with smallpox.
Mrs. B. T. Morris and little daugm-
er 'Marino of big Sandy Mom., ai
o. home of Mrs. Jiorut
mother, Mrs. W. J. Jackson. 1
Mrs. J. U Bhippey, of flentywcod,
Unn who has been visiting; wnn !-
atives', has returned to her home.
Mrs. McFaul, who underwent an.
oneration at t-t. Anthonys nospna.
.ast week is doimf nicely, and will soon
je recovered sutnciently to return u
JlD and Mrs. C. V. Stanyan were up
.Tom their home ut tho diversion dan,
;o attend the tuncr.U of Mrs. Kllcn
.vlcMartin. . .
,! Mr. Ijiwreiue tnvrci.
the Hermiston cereter'. lr. Mc
Martin crossed the plains with her
parents. 'Mr. and Mrs. William v.a."
tart in W3 with ox teams, talcing six ,
months to come from Indiana to the .
Umpiua valley. They passed through i
Cmatilla county on the old Oregon t
trail crossin? Hutier crees at u
Ewing rrossinK. The deceased spent
the most of her life in Southern and
Western Oreffon and returned to East
I ern Oreson years am to make her
k - ..u Vnt W. H. Starr.
noinu win. ii.
Mrs. Htarr Is also a pioneer, naving a
a small child, crossed the isthmus with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ....au.
Cathcart In IS2; They settled around
Koelunr when much of the.r trading
had to be done in Portland which was
then but a Small port. .
Walla Walla Pendleton
Auto Freight Service
KOCND TRIPS DAILT;
Ideates Pendleton S p. m.
fetxll.-tofl Hioo 225-W.
Mr. Ford Owner
Do you kno.w that ' our shop is equip
ped to do your Repair Work. That we
have the most modern machinery
money can buy to handle each and every
job efficiently and' quickly.-That Our
mechanics are trained the Ford way
and are experts in their line. That we
eamr a complete stock of genuine Ford
parts amounting to $12,000.00. That
; our motto is service first, last and al
Let us do your Ford work,- it will
The Home of the Ford.
YOU ARE OFTEN
BY YOUR TEETH
The verdict Is a
one when your
iirnnerlv cared for.
makes the proper euro of the
teeth a dulttrht. Appetis
liiBly flavored. ,-
Simpson Auto Co.
Water and Johnson Sts.
Iru Store That Serves mi Hot
,,,.., t .-i.: --Alwavs Vjul"
! J.;,, s'aaW.ite of iUdm Pel'
.ilnl l-.st Friiinv in " Walls
.Walla.' Mrs. SlaRel visited her sister
j here last fall and made quite a num.
ber of friends. She was burled Mon
day Madam Eelscamper attended im
Mr. and Mrs. Don Campbell and Mr
and Mra.,V. T. Robert drove" over U
Yiikima one day last week. On theft'
waV over they slopped off at Prow
to visit a while with Mr. and Mrr
Charge Oishon, former residents o"
Now that the" basketball season l
over. hiKh Rchil students are spend
lnir their time practu inu baseball am
track. They are expecting to make r
Rood .show-In? at the track meeting this
Mr. Cook has just completed hit
new title Jiungalow in Hermiston an"
he and h's family have moved in.
Mrs. Bur-ess. city librarian, is
spending a few days visiting friends in
Pendleton. Mrs. Xewport has taken
her place while she is away.
! Hew Hall has rocently sold his res
in Mr. Crocker of the recla
mation service. Hev. Hall will occu
py Mrs. lllsley's housekeeping roonu
for tho present.
w- iiu-en V Jones and son Morris
who is a medical student at Portland
Stopped over here to look after prop
erty interests. While here they were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
! w 4 "iinhertv of Freewater is visit
ing the community selling life Insur
ance at the same time looking for r
new location.: He recently sold his 30
acre fruit -farm.
Mrs W. H. Hesser has returned to
the'r ranch after spending the whiter j
in Stanfield. Mr. Hesser and Fred
erick will remain in Stanfield for some
Elmer McElroy narrqwiy escapea a
serious accident last Sunday when
something went wrong with the steer-
i., tho rnr he was lining
..,,.1 i.... Mm In the Maxwell ditch.
The car was badly damaged but he
escaped without injury.
Last Friday evening Ml vaytn
Dyer Entertained a number of her
school mates u her home in the su
burbs'. The evening was spent In
cams apd music after which dainty re
freshments were served by the hos-
Ijist Friday the Hermiston nign
srh.ml seniors motored to Irngon
...,rf .nnn tho ilv looking over mat
countrv. A most enjoyable time was
Th.i aiL.hth irriKle baseball team will
play the first game In the league with
Cmatilla here Friday. i
Air. ami mis. " ' -- - Allan's
.-ho spent tho last week wiih Mr ano , wwr. AUgf
Mrs. W. H. Starr have returne.l w Uan WPar Bhoe one
. .. ..rll
w,.i..'nvflu Mirnid In the' 'Maxwell
.anal on Monday and the irrigation
season will soon commence. Water is
-I-,, -unnhiir in the AVe-stern Land
niches and many of the farmers undt rj
hat project are m ...
Mrs W. H. Quick and Mr. and Mrs.
los McFa'ul were Pendleton visitors
he last of the week.
TheT Westland School is closed this
veek waiting 'development of small
. .v..,. ....it-hhurhodd. there being
HJX 111 111". ...p,. -
he one case. If no new cases develop
chool will be resumed on Monday.
Jess Haney who wintered at est
and has moved his family to the Free
ilakely ranch two miles north of
William Roddu and Iris Quick wh;
nave had a recent utlack ot mumis
-ere able to return to school euiic-
day. . , ,
Xorman Pennock, wno nas oeen u.. j
f school for the past two weeks, with
...n,.hiint resumed his'
ne samo i.."i -
tudies iii the Hermiston high, school
Mrs. W. G. Rodda has also recover
ed from the malady.
The Minnehaha school expects to
old its tryout for the oratorical con
est on fAtturday March 16. provided
i more mumps develop in tne neign
oorhood. The school had a full at
endance today for the first lime for a
nonth or more. ,
W W. Green visited the Minnehaha j
chool last week.
The funeral t'f the laio .mis.
UcMarttn, which was held at the resi
lence ot W. H. Starr on Tuesday, was
tiended. The biirtaua
tVhen you walk in comfort: o do stock
A oackage of Allen's Foot-Ease,
h! .otitic powder to shake into the
.noe. ndDsprinkle in foot-bath
-:... that "old shoe' tomforl sna
Alien X i . . . . .
sire smaller ny I
Rr K. J Tork. the well known
Chinese physician, -who ha treated
many suffering men and women ot
various disease from far distant coun-
UITTiese people who have been pcr-
manently cured from their doctor .
treatment are living today with their
sound health. '
Uta treatment consists of no harm
ful drugs, but it consist only of pure
. j i.rh. wh.ch have been
room .im -
used in China for many centuries.
Thi Chinese doctor will ru
any home treatments you may delre
with low price. If you are .not well.
wr?e us for particular.
Zci , .horid the morning. Sold every-
K. J. VOKK. nilXrK MFJ)ICrXB
Walla WaUa, Wash.
You Cannot Get better Values
$1.50 box -
HONEY IN GLASS
Quart : 70c
1-2 gallon 51.30
HAPPY HOME PEAS
Sweet and tender
30c and 35c can
Sweet and Juicy ,
3 dozen, 50c
. You can defend
Pork and Beans
Catsup . - .
2 cans - - 4S?
6 cans ....... - 1-30
Case - - $5-0
Standard Grocery Oo.
- rnone w
230 E. Court St.
C L"Bonney, .Pres.
Save Your Hair
Make It Abundant!
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IltON'WOKKS ItKUlVK 1XHC1'. .
THKIO, March IS. (A. V. OwUig
to the depression in tho Bhipuuildin-.
Industry, the Osaka ironworks has dis
missed Uluo out of Us 4500 employees
ap,l has discontinued the extra allow.
1 i -
UI'U I1M - i
unco of 10 per cent to the remaining j Charles 1". K
ft , At bedtime rub the thrnai w
cheat ihoroughly wttt
lire., March 18.
who suddenly depart
rd from SHUherlin last Thursday nisht
..i.k..,,, , ,nn- hla destination. Rreatly
,.i... ,ii. hi wife and resulting in her
starching the cuy or i-uniunu in
attempt to locale niui. reiumcu i
smherlin ou a late train Tuesday nU'h.
ltocd says he went to Portland on
business' matlcrw and there was no
occasion for as much publicity as was
given his temporary disappearance.
" "s- 1
, .'iiw .fter a 'Danderlne"
.o. vnur hair takes on new lite,
IIUIB . ,
.,rf wonderous ocaoiy, )i:-.
ng twice as heavy und plentiful, be
cause each hair seem to fluff and
thicken. Pon t let your hair tay life
ess, colorless, plain or .crassly. You.
too. want lots of long. trong beautiful
A SB-cent bottle of delightful "Dan-
. frlir-ns your s-'ttlp. check
j.rr. .ml fallinit hair. This stim-
. ik..itirv.lnn ' E ICB IV m.M
duuu. fading hair that youthful bright-
nesa and brunaaui iuivo
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
10 1-4 LBS. SUGAR 1 $1.00
8 Can Carnation Milk $1.00
7 Cans Tomatoes $1.00
3 Large Gins Pineapple $1.00
Wessen Oil, pt. 35c, qt. 65c, 1-2 gal. $1.25
IIILI RED COFFEE AND M. J. B.
Fridav and Saturday Special
1 POUND 43c; 5 TOUNDS $2.25
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