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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1921.
FAILS TO GET VERY
Horemans Picked to Defeat All
of U. S. Billiardists But
Loses to Two Wear-Champs.
NEW YOMC, Jliirrh 5. (Henry I..
, Furrcll, U. 1'. Btaff Correapondent.)
Edouard Horemn didn't iret very fur
In hi qiiMt tor the world's bllllnrl.
Tho BcUlnrt champion and the bent
ct the European players came over
here widely heralded un the chulleiiKer
of Willie Hoppe.
Xo agreement could be reached up-
0'. iiiimi and condition! for the mntch
nnil it wan then ui?etcd thiit Hnrn
t.iftii play nme qt, the "near cham
He agreed to meet Juke Brhoefer
ami Welker Cochran, two of the very
best younKntem In the United Htntes
ami hu wna beaten by bothi In blK
potr.t matches, f ,
H ore man' defeat proved Just what
the opert wild after looking over bin
iwn-o when he came to this country.
)e h marvelous In an exhlh.tlon
match, but as a "money player" he
lacks the class. Hoppe on the other
hand Is nt his best In a name for hip
Horemnns, however, deserves credit
for playing the two American young
sters. He could have continued In ex
hibition work and would have made
money hi addition to foiling a match
w'th Hoppe beeauso the champion
r'enluully would have been forced In
to a mutch with' him.
'l ho defeat will hurt the Belgian's
dlttwing power and nuilte him less of
rt" ei'tactlon, '
The series did prove one thing. In
fjihui lfer, Cochran and Jloremnns
(Vv cniimplon has a trio of contenders
who voiildbe exceedingly dangerous
in .1 dim mu e that Hoppe has shown
r." bklug to go.
ELIGIBLE LI5I BY
SPORTS WRITER SAYS
.EARLSHEELY LOOKS AS
GOOD AS HIS RECORD
George Adams of New. York
first round of a.iri-round bout,
March 2.-,j(A. re
night knocked out
Herman's first mutch since be knock
ed out Jimmy Wllden, British fly
weight champion. 1
Adams took the count of eight after
receiving a right to the Jaw and went
down for the full count from hard
body blows. The time was two min
utes, tr, seconds. Herman weighed
119 1-4 and Adams 12 ft pounds. ,j
jUgie ll.uniT in .x'w j urii, wiiii
the Judges' decision over Jack H'one
of New York. In a 10-round bout. Hat-
154 pounds und Stone J alleged gamblers
National Leaguer 'Offered
' Betray His Team' Declares
Supreme Basebail 'Dictator.
CHICAGO, March 25. (A. !'.)
Kugene A. I'uuletto, National league
baw bull player, yesterday was placed
on the Ineligible list by Judge Landls,
commissioner of baseball, for- his al
leged connection with throwing baac
ball games. I'aulette bad been a
member of the Philadelphia and St.
I'aulette In his statement to the
commissioner, declared be never had
"thrown" a ball game and asserted
that during the last playing season he
held himself aloof from corrupting a'
ioelatioiis; but according to the com
missioner, the fact renin ins "that hf
offered to' betray his team and that
he put himself in the vicious power ol
Postptmo Ciirwt c;amr.
HAVANA, March 25. (A. P.) Tho
fifth game f the International chess
Taulette admitted to tho commissi
oner that he received money, fron
Klmer Kurrnr of St. Louis, us a loan
which he has not repaid; that tin
money was given hint by Farrar aftci
match between Ir. Jimmanuel Lasker an Interview with I-arrar and anotnei
and Jose It. Capablanca to have start- St. Louis man named c an .ors. n
ed last night has been postponed un- which interview rarrar and .on
til Tuesday night, because of the urged I'aulette to co-operam ii
Faster holidays crooked gambling on ball games.
FRYING CHICKENS. TURKEYS, FAT HENS.
Round Steak . . . 25c
Porterhouse Steak 28c
TBone Steak . ....... 28c
Sirloin Steak ... .... 28c
Tenderloin Steak 28c
Stew Beef 8c
Potlloast Beef . ;;v 12 l-2c-
Cross Rib Roasts ... I8c
Chuck Steak .......... 20c
Veal Stew . . 15e
, Veal Steak ............ 25c
Veal Chops 35c
LARGE FRESH STOCK EASTERN HAMS.
HOT CROSS BUNS
Strictly Fresh Eggs, 4 dozen
Oranges, lame size, 3 dozen
Prunes, 10c pound, 25 pound box . 82.25
Jams, 5 f lavprs 15c; 7 for $1.00
Peaches, 30 degree syrup, can 25c
Cauliflower, Strawberries, Aspara gus, Green Peas, Cucumbers, Tomatoes,
Parsley, Radishes, Xtra Large Head Lettuce, Hot House Rhubarb, Green On
ions, Artichokes, Sweet Spuds, Spinach, Fresh Pineapples, Green Peppers.
If it's on the market we have it.
Roast Veal ............ 20c
Round Veal . 35c
Veal Cutlets . 35c
Ml Ford Owner
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,1 last and al-
' ' ways. ' r
Let us do your Ford work, it will
The Home of the Ford.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
Res. Phone 378-R-
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
Tue Kitis Store That Serves
The following is taken front trie
Sunday Chl.'ano Trloinie and shov.'ir
lust vuat rhey (liink of Kail Shely
who is v.dl known to 1'emlleton bae
'"all f.ms. Karl jilaveO. with Walla
Walla several 5ears in the Kooil old
ilayi of lh" Western Tri-Klate league
"Hlinely looks bett"f every lay. He
Is every bit us ood as li s l'nelfic
CNj.nt lawue lecorcl Indicates. lie 1m
un enrnesl worker. ' Kaihfr boyish In
upiiparaney he never : cma to tire.
When he reported at. '-.Vjxahachie lasr
Wednesday he was ten pounds ever
welKbt, but the Texas sun soon
brought him down to his normal
welifi.t. Mia playiiiK wt lsht. is an even j
201. but he doesn't look it. It takes i
plenty of leeat to cover 6 feet 4 Inch- 1
es of he.'ylit, , I
TO BE SENT TO SCHOOL
'LOXnoV, March 25. f. r.) Ow- j
;nR to frejuent abuses of tne out-of- j
or'i role, 'under new regulatlo..) '
mad.j by the minister of labor, an In-j
uranee officer may require any In-1
iured contributor who applies for out.
of work benefit to so to .school.
Many tit the thousands now draw- i
nK unemployment benefit are not j
iiixIouh to find a Job. A recent exam-
p! of abuse of the government dole 1
vas the ca.se of a w oman w Ho had I
leen drawing the out-of-work pay for!
months.. Fearing it was coming to an
end, she accepted a post as cook at
2$0 a year, board, laundry, lodging".
etc.. furnished. On the day her em
ployer was expecting her, he received
a letter instead, announcinn that "a?
:he (covernment hits decided to contin
ue the out-of-work benefit, I have de
cided not to accept the position you
Kmployers declare that the unem
ployment benef.t is merely subsidising
idleness, and those taxpayers who are
eklng out existence on any kind of
lob so long as it is a job, are beginning
o feel sore at the way the government
s being hoodwinked, especially as they
have in defray the cost of the hood
ANTI - URIC
"The National Remedy"
Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago
AN'TF-l'UIO comr to you as a
coinjjlt-ie lralnit nt for rliAu
mMvini. Th outfit, all in one
pifi-Uniiv, common thrift prp
nratioiiH, f:ach with a dr-linile
ANTI-CIUO TONMC not only
h hlfod purifi'-r. hut it a fro
prvmotf-H digmton and onHim
ilbtion of fooii, mtikiri rich
nMirishinK hlool. The b"-n
ficial etTcct ol! this tonic on
ihn kidin-ys in non uparnt
in CiiM'-H whf-r thf urine hs a
Iih d o;lnr or ( diacrtlor d. Th
jar of AVTI-fUIC OIL fniKtfl
proper tnaRt:tiriK of painful
part without danger of skin
irritation. Not the )at im
portant t a aupply of VUIAj
.MAN HILLS, which furnifh
tho TiffCHnry laxative durinij
the tr-Htmnt y-t do not ron
, Hut with the tonic lnisredi--ntH.
Prioe rompli'te. in a
hand come container with full
inatrurtionfl, is $1,(10 and there
in a inonpy baok guarantee
with fVPry package.
FK SALE TJY
PENDLETON DRUG CO.
' Ladies' white footwear Sn many
styles for your selection.
Ladies' 1 Strap White Canvas Pumps
and Oxfords, military heels.. $2.45
Ladies' White 2 Strap Canvas Pumps,
.Cuban heels S2.65
White Pumns with turn soles,
Irish or low heels
np-0"TT? TXT -TO
40 Cash Stores
743 Main St.
SHORT SKIRTS AMD
LOW NECK GOWNS
OEXKVA, .March 25. (A. P.)
:w1hh wemen whi wear short skirts
Mid low-neked irnwiia will have to
my h'm'her raf:n of life Insurance than
hose who do not. The Sui. insur
tnce eonijianies h:i'e nnnoiineed that
Ixing the premium on policies of
coinen'8 lives they will Hike Into con.
'deration the women's wearing ap
larel. The shorter I he skirt or lowr
he decollette, the higher the li,ir
anee rate will he.
The SwIps comiinnies-Justify this ae
'on on the ground of a great Increase
f Illness and disease among their
vomen clients which they claim Is due
o the wearing ot short skirts and low-
eked cr s;.es.
V. W. Wusser to K. ' I!artiiolouiew j
r.on. Mete and bound tract in Ire
land;) Addition Milton.
V. R. Taylor to S. D. Taylor $8001. ,
One half interest in N 1-2 NW 1-4 and !
NV 1-4 SK 1-4 Sec. 22, T. 4 X. II. 3.'
J. W. Kelley to P. II. WriKht VSnn. ;
Lois 17 and 18 block .18. tocether with
north 1-4 of lots 14,
T. (5. Nye to J. Xye Hons 1-4 interest '
J144S.25 property at corner of Water i
and I'olliffe streets, Pendleton.
H H. K. Merwin to Title and Trust Co. .
S10. S 1-2 SR 1-4 SVV" 1-4 and H 1-2 '
SV 1-4 SFJ 1-4, Sec. 25, Tp. 5 X. R. 2S.
15 add 16 in J
nx.vx'E HKiixii; m u.nixvr
PKATTI B, March .25. tl,'. 1.)
The Seattle real estate association en-
lo'r.-cd a move on the part of Seattle
itizens o help finance the J500.000
teel toll bridse ni l oss the Columbia at J
I CR0UND VENDER
NOT the new
in this late style
McKibmn now i
shown in all
the late colors, I
at the best stores.
THE FIRST HATifltiAL BMIR
Offers an unexcelled banking service to in
dividuals ' and corporations; transacts a
business and maintains
t - . o , ...
special departments wim
facilities of the
EEST BUTTER, pound 50c
TOMATOES, special, 2 fcr 25c
CARNATION MILK, Friday and Saturday, 2 for....25c
EEST YXKIMA NETTED GEMS, per 100 lbs $1.75
ELECTRIC STARTERS t
Or any part of tho electric
system on your car overhauled
fcnd repaired. Satisfaction guar
HARRT H. GRAHAM,
Willard Service Station,
Thone 6S4. I.ICTS GO!
SNOWDRIFT, 4 lb. 90c
SNOWDRIFT, 8 lb $1.75
WESSON'S OIL, .'pinls, 35c; quarts, 65c; 1-2 gal. $1.25
HEAD RICE, 12 pounds - $1.00
Mamie Wilhelml think more
of powderlnK the foul lines of the
Hod Sox and Pirates' diamonds,'
at Hot Sp-inRS, Ark., than of pow- j
tiering her nose. (
Anrt ine ouiy wuiuttu ciuuu
kceper in tke world.
Her job Is to keep the training
camp diamonds of both big league
clubs in shape. She's shown heru
rushing a "tuuee-iee" in the Red,
I HI f ATIOXAI..
T(M)T!l TAl K
Is one of the highest developments in artistic, ser
viceable replacement of lost teeth and requires many
years' experience and good judgment to build into your
mouth the qualities essential for long life and enduring
Fourteen years' specializing in this branch of dent
i:;try has given me the required skill.
Prices to fit your purse
Terms to Suit Your Conditions
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