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. . , T' T DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1921. - '
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DAPC DAfl OTAI1Q , ,f " V ' II
SCORED 71 YESTERDAY
BEATING WALLACE, IDA.
McNurlin and Dcspain High
Men at Collins Park Traps
Yesterday; Many Were Out.
BI'OKANK, WuhIi.. March 21. (A.
P.) A double header shoot wan tun
durtcd Sunday In the Inland Um
pire telegraphic trapHhootlng tourna
ment. Following ro Ktorm:
, Ht. Johli-Oarfleld it: lidenwi 7'.
. WaltHburir 71; Yakima 7S.
Hrrraffue 74; Coulee City fln.
t Kclloifif T4; Walla Wullu 71.
Wenatchee 74; Walluee 70.
'. Cheney 3; Kllenlurfr Tl.
.Orovllle T3; I'alouno-l'olfax mlnslnif.
i Hpokane 75; LewlHton-I'orncroy 75.
, Hecond half;
l St. John-Barflcld 75; Walla. Wulla
WaltHburir 73; Spokane "S.
Rprngue 74; miouse-Colfiix mlwi'.ns
; Yuklma 75; Orovlllo 72.
I'endleton 71; Wallace 70.
Odessa 76; Wenatchee 74.
1 Kellogg 74; Lewlxton-romeroy 5 a.
j Cheney 6; Coulee 69.
F. V. Lumpkin ... .. ... 17
Karl. Sawyer 18
Oeo. Hiut .15
liy llKMiy 1.. KAKHELL."
(United l'resn Muff Correspondent)
Tex Artohurn f 15
Jack Uolph 12
Oeo. Kin . . . .' II
Werterson .'. . . 6
J., H. Knlnht 18 .. 16
Lyman Klco .14 . , 14
Iterae 17 . . II
Mm. (icings lJaer tried her luck at
the trapH yesterday for the flnit time
and made a very creditable showing.
Hiith iieorcji by the Pendleton team
In the Kpokeamon-ltevlew telegraphic
shoot yomcrday were uh follow: Me
Nnrlln 24. Donpaln 24. Kpanvle 23,
Matlock 23; total for the three high
' Thirty shooters participated In the
match at the Collins Paris traps and
some, very ood score were v made.
Hera are thotse who shot at 50 target:
i OTTRlillFM I
jj Ul UIVI UULLLIIMU I
Hlin HI-KIN ;01,F COXTENt,
DEL MONTK, CaU March "1. (A.
V.) Hpcctatoi-8 and pluyera armed
with hornit, bulla, whistles and other
nol.se making devices attempted to
unnerve the golfers In the third an
nual bletherln contest today. Despite
the nolae, excellent golf waa played,
the bent ball being one over- par.
George A. Harris of New York City
won, eliminating nine other player in
nine holes. Among' those competing
were Oeorgo It. Carpcntler, Portland.
Oregon, Charles K. Ktraub, president
of the San Francisco club of the Pa
cific roust' League, qualified, but did
not' pluy. Ha said lie could stand
noise on the diamond but not on the
links. , ,
.-, t- Total
John McNurlln 24 23 47
Guy. Matlock 23 , 24 47
Dan, bowman 21 25 4
Tracy Baker 22 24 4'
Hay HiwiKle 23 23 46 J
Finis Klrkputrlck 23 23 45
AI .Dvrfpftln 14 21 45
!u Perct 22 23 45
Daley ,. i 22 2 J 44
L. A. Bmlth 23 21 44
Bill Miller , . .. 1 25 44
Peterson ....21 23' 44
Hoi Haum i .. 22 21 i
Lea Matlock ...11 22 43
Flnley Greybeal 23 i 42
It. 0. Frlcf 1 23 41
Chan. HoaglanU ....... 23 It. -41
C. W. Adairuj ..,...,,..23 17 40
..J. K. Kwtee , '...'tl IS 40
Prooke IXrkmn 17 1 S
SHOT 1201 1'IXS.
BUFFALO. N. Y., March 21. (A.
P.) New leaders were established In
the two-man event of the American
howling congress tournament Hun
day when Charles Norton and S.
Knocho of Madison, Wis., shot 1.294
im.NI)OX TF.AM WOn
W1NNIPKG. Man., March 21. (A.
P.) The ltrandon hockey team gain
ed the advantage In the finals for
possession of the Allan cup. emblem
atic of the Canadian hockey cham
pionship Hatuixlay night,' when they
defeated the University of Toronto
team, two to nothing.
35 j NKW YOltK, March 21. They used
33 !to say uncomplimentary things about
3(1 j New York because the big town fell
3njfor a six-day bike race.
Things have changed though. New
23 j Yorker's don't fall' for one six-day
race now they fall for four of 'em.
Three of the long grinds have al
ready been staged this winter and a
fourto is In the making.
As It Is a puzzle to the. population
of those "slow districts" outside of
the "world's greatest city," so it Is to
a great many foreigners who wonder
what there Is In the American to;
make such ajtport popular. .
. Victor Breyer, prominent French
sport authority, writing in "Sporting
Life" (London) recently commented
ion tills particularity and also gave
some Interesting "Inside stuff" about j
a six-day race In Brussels, which ap-
parently was not a six-day affair. i
"Evef since the' Americans origi- i
nnted the six-day crane," he writes, ',
"with their famous Mudlion rUiuurc i
cycle race, the success of these events 1
not only acrors the herring pond,' but
In most European countries has been
a source of wonder to the avcraue
sporting .mind. As one who has wit
nessed many of these so-called com
petitions, I am utterly unable to un
derstand why crowds flock to attend
them whether In New. York, Paris,
Brussels or Berlin.
"lie that as It may, six-day races
had sd far been free of that sort of
complaints which marked the event
Just concluded a week ago In Brussels,
and tyhtch arc nothing short of scan
dalous. "Every morning at about seven the
hall was cleared of spectators fn or?
rder to have the , building cleaned.
Only a few privileged persons were al
lowed to remain, outside of the com
petitors. "It turns out that wjien the crowd
had gone, tho riders follower! suit. The
race waa stopped each morning for a
period varying between one hour and
two hours, during which the contest
ants did as they pleased. Some left
the building to go Into Jown and
"In the meantime Paris Is in turn
'threatened' with n six-day affair
which Is advertised to take place at
the winter cycle track the last week
of March. It renm'ns to, be seen
Whether the disclosures" iV-portcd In
connection with the Brussels -even I
EE SURE AND SEE IT
A First National Attraction
girl" type In which Mire Daniels is to
be presented by ltcalart.
The supporting cast shows a. realty
remarkable array of acting ability.
Jack Mulhall is good-looking and
thoroughly likeable as leading man.
while others who play excelently in
cluded N'eely Edwards, Edward Mar
tindel. Helen Dunbar, Harold Good
win. Iep White and Mrs. Harry L.
Careful direction la evidenced, for
which praise is due Chester Franklin,
Tom Gerashty and Helinar Bergman
wrote the scenario from two Saturday
Evening Post stories by Grace Lovell
AltCADIJ SUNDAY AND MONDAY
' "HOW COME?"
There -was only one Smith in the
,orld of Annesley Grayle. It was
nothing to her that the City Di
rectum was populated and overcrowd-
with Smiths from whom sne mm "
will affect the tremendous gate which
Uit pi ect-u-iiis imu 111c J ill :.-ih fiu
motors to expect."
QUALITY SERVICE -SANITATION
Finest Butter and
Butter and eggs have a highly nutritive val
ue and should have a prominent place on every
table. . .
Riph, delicious butter adds greatly to the
tastinesa of the meal, and we always have plen
ty, both creamery and country made.
Our ggs come in fresh most every day
' right from the farms and we charge no more
than you would pay elsewhere for inferior quality.
Phone 435 '
,GUKSTS 'AIL AT WHITE HOUSE
ij .nit 1 .m.i 1 " r.A, marcn j .
I! For the first time since the U. S.
.entered the war, the white house today
was the scene of a reception to the
'diplomatic corps. The president and
j.Mrs. Harding received their guests,
j numbering about 250, in the fduc
,,,.!, n miHonaU e cnoice. .iw.
had to marry Nelson Smith and he was
i rrck of- nuch a. violent, deviation
from "straight" that he had the police
of two continents iryini? w
Ith him and give htm ooara ana luue-
g for life. t. .,.
In a world full or gcnim ,
wealthy Smiths, Smnn orome.s
kind Smiths, poor Innocem .caiei u,
guarded Annesley Grayle found her
self bound at the matrimonial alta,to
t,.htif.Kt crook cdest, smoothest.
"darinffest" and "darlingesf
that ever wrote his name on
Thousands Have Discovered
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Are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the
result of Dr. Edwards" determination
cot to treat liver and bowel complaints
with calomel. For 17 years be used
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mixed with olive oil) in his private
craciice with great success. '
They do all the good that calomel
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rains, no griping, no injury to tts
pirns or danger from acid foods yet
they stimulate the liver and bowels.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Then vou feel "logy" and "heavy.
Kote how they clear clouded brain and
perk up the spirits. 13c and 30c a box.
It is not what may come to us tomorrow, but
what we make of it today.
Today is the time to begin to save money by
doing your trading at this store.
Children's White Canvas Oxfords and Pumps,
pair $1.85 to $2.4a
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords and Pumps,
Ladies' Sport Oxfords ;-,': ' liz'l
Ladies' White Canvas Shoes.... ua to
Ladies' Wrhite Kid Shoes J 6.50
Boys' Tennis Shoes 98c to ?1.4o
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St
matie imderstanding. Her current fe
n:re "Keautifully Trimmed," on view
lHsfirne'Theatre. may safely
be declared to be her most jjronounced
I Apply thickly over throat"
' cover with hot flannel
7 Million Jan Vud Yearly
Fome Btars arc in the ascendant,
while others are gradually -losing their
brilliance. Carmel Myers. Universal s
bright luminary, is fortunate enouRU
to be in the former new beauty of fact,
charm of manner and deeper dra-
A1.TA SUNDAY AXI MONDAY
At the Sinn of a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
Mr. Ford flier
, , Do you know '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
, . carry a complete stock of genuine Ford
parts amounting : to $12,000.00. That
our motto is service first, last and al
ways. '.' - - ' . , " ,
Let us do your Ford work, it will
The Home of the Ford.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sis.
Alta playKoers will witness the firsl
starring effort of one of the newrst of
film twlnklers Sunday. "You Never
Caji Tell," the Initial Ilcbe Daniels pro
duction for Kealart.
It is needless to say that Miss Pan
lels scored a real hit. This was a fore
gone conclusion with those who have
watched her rise throush comedies
with Harold Lloyd to leading 'Woman
.roles In Paramount productions.
! Starring, however, Is &i different
'matter and tests a player to the limit.
IMiua Daniels meets the test in a man
ner that thoroughly satisfied a large
audience last night. .Hie is delightful
ly amusing as the ambitious little
check-room girl whose love for beau
tiful things leads her almost into
trouble before nhe meets and loves a
"Prince (.'harming whom she tninKP
a tuxl chaurfenr but who really is a
young mUliunulrp. It Is a clever and
amusing story of the "good little 'bad
(assures you that there is
no substitute for
An old saying, but nonethe
less true: A bottle ot
taken in time, helps
tha doctor away.
Scott A Bowne, Bloomfild. N. J.
ALSO MAKERS OF
(Tablets or Granules)
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
Drug Store That. Serves
11 f OWE led i
it 9 O the oils
i little uroutj of swindler in oi'j ;
i that ooze from painters' tubei and
the oil that gushes from wells end she too a
fiendish delight in trimming the smug pirate i
who had ruined her good old dad -until one 1
cams to be flee.-cd and stayed to be leved '
then the little orchid of Washington Square
stopp d being bad and tried her httle tiest to
be good. Was it too latet You'd better come
and see. Good pirl or bad girl, Carmel Myers
makes y ju love tm both. Now playing.
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East Oregonian Printing Department.
WILLIAM J. BURNS
Reports from Washington feny
tbat President Harding may ma'.o
Detect Its William J. Burns of
I New York, head of tbo Burns De
tective Agency, chief (it the U S
Secret SerTlca. .
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EVENING- POST MOKXCK
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS i
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Coffee, Hills Blue," 1 pound 33c
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Folgers Ensign Coffee, package 30c
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