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SIX TEAM BLUE MOUNTAIN LEAGE
IN TELEGRAPHIC KT
Daley and Guy .Matlock Each
Hit 25 Targets Straight;
Ray Spangle is Third Man.
PI'OKANB, "Wiiah., March 28. (A.
"I.) A double header was conducted
yeterday In the Inland Kmplro tele
graphic trap , Khootlng tournumcnt.
Following are the curen:
; Fir Hull' '
; St. JohnH-Gurtield 75; Kellowj 71.
' Wiiltnlmrg 71; l'emllctnn 74.
Ppracue 73; Yakima 71.
Wehatehee 72; Coulee City "4.
Cheney ; U-wltitmi-l'omeroy 75.
Orovllle 72: Kllenaburir 74.
1 Pitlnuiie-Colfax 74; Hpokanc "'5.
Walla Walln 73; W'Rllnre 9.
Mho mil Half
St. Johna-aarfleld 75; Coulee City
Waltshurg 71; Ellendliurj 74.
' Rprnirue 73; Spokane "li.
Yakima 71; Palouae-Colfax 74.
Pendleton 74; Ijewlyton-I'nincroy 75.
Ddenya 72;Cheney 69.
KelloKjr 71; Weraitchee 72.
Orovllle 72; - Wallace CD.
Itnlry and Mmlock I.pmiI
Over thirty hooti-n were at Collin
park yeitterday to shoot in the Spokes
man Review Telegraphic shoot. Hay
Rpanfclo and Dick Unity each made n
perfect score, 25 tarirrts stralRht.
Long- rung were made by Dick Daley
and Otiy Matlock lioth breaking 49 out
of a possible 50 targets, llesiilts in
the tflegraphic shoot were Spangle 25,
Dales" 25. Kol Baum 24, Flnley Oray
beal 24, fluy Matlock 21, total 74.
' Following Is the score of thoKc who
shot at 50 targets:
Dick Daloy 2.r, 24 49
Ouy Matlock U 25 4:
Pay Kjiunule 25 23 4S
Ttensol - 21 21 4R
Finis Klrkputrlck 23 23 46
Sol rtaum SI 21 44
Charle Hamilton ..... . St 24 4',
Flnley Oraybeal 24 21 45
Omar Stephens 7.''., .jT""!!'''''?
Peterson 22 23 43,
Tracey Baker , .' 21 20 43
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
What Shall I Get
How many times have you asked yourself this
question? Day after day, week after week, it is a
problem that is constantly confronting you. If you
were id stock your shelves with a i?ood assortment of
canned goods, you would always have something on
hand that your folks would like. Canned meats, can
ned vegetables and canned fruits we have them all
in the best known brands and at prices that will
EGGS, STRICTLY FRESH. 25c DOZEN
.4 DOZEN; 95c
"It It's on the Market We Have It"
. Many Umatilla county farmers are using the
Fordson for their spring plowing. With it they
are able to pull a two-bottom plow anywhere,
plowing on average of an acre an hour with a
running expense of fifty cents an acre. Can
you plow that cheap with your horses? Think
of time, and to say nothing of the careing of
these horses night and morning.
A great many of these Fordsons are three
years old and apparently going as strong as
Think the matter over carefully and remem
ber if you are interested we will gladly demon
strate on your own farm at our expense.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
, DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1921,
CLOSE TO TOP IN
Lee Matlock 20 23 4:i
L. A. Smith 20 23 43
Geo. Haer 20 20 40 I
AIIIb Knight IS 21 Sffj
P. W. Ijimpliln 1 20 ,1s
ChiiH. Iloutilitml 21 17 3s
llAdy Tunlcr lii 23 8S
Littlujnlin 18 20 SK
Karl Huwyvr ., 21 15 36
Brooke DU-kKon 18 20
Henry XoIhoii 14 14 28
Jack polph 17 2
TlKjse who shot ut but 25 targets
Dr. Ongram, 23; B. Coutts, 20; Pete
Rf'hafcr, 19; Jack Allen, 18; Jake
Welch, 21; Dale Stephens, 13; (Jerter
12; U O. Frader, )S; lieesc, 10.
WANT McIXMS TO IUIV
POSTOX, March 2S. (A. P.)
"Stuffy" Mc.Iunis, first baseman of the
Hcd Sox, has been served with o no
tice of an action in contract by H. T
Krawe, presblent of the local Ameri
can league club, to compel him to
show why he should not report. The
action is returnable May 2.
Mclnnis, who has been ut his home
in Manchester, because bonus and sal
ary allowances had not been ndjuted,
i aid he was not ciincerned over the ac
tion. HALF MILLION FOR
CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT "
OFFERED BY BRITISH
XKW YORK. March 28. (A.
P.) An eleventh hour offer of
of a .roo,ono purse by Knglish
sportsmen for the I)empsey-t"ar-penter
contest was unnounced last night
by W. c. Pcrclval, American rep
resentative. The group headed
by Solly Joel, Dritlsh financier
and sportsman, It was stated, do
s're Jo stage the contest at tho
Olympla Club, Iondon, the last
week of June, or at the Epson
Downs race track the day after
the Kngllsh Pcrby.
Tex ltlckard, who is expected
this week to announce a site for
tho contest, will be tendered the
offer tomorrow. , Mr. Rk-kard
would have absolute charge of
tho arrangements ami would be
guaranteed through Lloyd's
against loss by bad weather. In
Jury, to the boxers, or In any oth-.
ef -manner', Mr. Pereivnl declar
At the Sign of a Service
IS AMBITION OF
TELEGRAPHIC SHOOT YESTERDAY
Enthusiasts Will Descend on
Neighboring Town Thursday
to Get Affirmative Answer.
To get Pilot Hock Into the league i
along with Mllton-Freewater, Weston,
i.i i,ii. a i.,..n..i..- I nnw I
,1 'nn Hnol,ii rt ifi.j 1 id ur.ilfl II enthlS-l
IMHIH VI WHS J)tit iiimani n"tui. - , .
this end they are going to dew end lnjcst catcher In the league.
.. !;.,, ,,,,,.1, Thrs,l.n- even- Twlrlers who are working out har-
ng and they iay they will be satisfied
only with the affirmative answer.
uurllcul-ir fe.-isun -why Pilot rock
is so badly needed Is that Weston ! case, they should both prove winners
wuntM into the league. and to udmitj'Kuck who pitched around The Dalle
Weston would necessltiit- a six team land for several teams looks good, al
league. Therefore Pilot Rock must he; though like the others he hasn't 1
brought Into the game. Previous tojh mself ouU yet. Duff hasn't had i
the meeting here Friday it was not! chance to work much, but those wh'
known that Weston had developed Jbe
baseball bur,- to such as extent i1ih ;
prlng. It was disclosed however that
i team tit Weston Is already ftnanccc, J
itilts have been ordered and the team j
's having prf"'t1'"- Ho the tnsk now 1st,
to get a sixth team so that nil livn
towns now ambitious to play may be
'n the game. '
A tentative scneuuie oi name!,,
ed on the hope of a. s'.x team league
has been drc.wn up here. This schen
ile which is subject to change ki as
'ollowi.: , t
April 2 Itli- '
Pomllrti n at Helix.
Alhcnu at Milton.
Weston at Plli-t Rock.
Helix at Athena.
Pilot Rock at Pendleton.
Milton at Weston.
Wcstou at Pendleton.
Hel'x at Milton.
Athena at -Pilot Rock.
Pendletmi at Athena.
I'ilut Roi;k "tit Helix.
Wc.ton at Milton.
Milton at Pendleton.
Athena ut Wcton.
Helix at Pilot Rock.
Wenton at lfclix.
Pilot Rock at Milton.
Athena at Pendleton.
Pendleton Rt Weston.
Milton at Athena.
I'ilot Rock at Helix.
Weston at Athena.
Pendleton at Helix.
Milton at Pilot, Rock. -
Pendleton ut Milton.
Helix ut Weston.
Athena at Pilot Rock.
Helix at Pendleton.
Milton at Athena. "
Pilot Rock at Weston".
' The London Daily Mirror has
tint concluded contest to finu
?h?P?S5t children in SnKland
The wlrners VrrtW tiimea. 11.
dgbS? o7. London policemnn.
and Kathleen Knight. ag .
vi ; -' m i
s j H ' j JL JJL Children, lUc "uii5,iw:
LdJ i Vaudeville!
FANS OF COUNTY
HOW THE BUCKS
LOOK AT THIS
About 30 bull players were out Sun
d.ty morning to try for positions oi.
iho Pendleton team In the Ulue Moun
tain league under the leadership ol
Marshiil' S-lpell, m:inagT, and I Field
(miinln r.iinner Peterson, they held f
two hour workout, with an old head
at tno game ime i eieinuu nuuu
bat and as skipper of the team, the
hoe. hnvo tmoroved 50 percent. Pet-
Kme T'" l"
"t great assistance to the boys fron
batting to fielding.
PetCfHOn Will Ctch tills W-iT
thin ajHurn thfi "Bucks'
of the nlft:
are Warmouth and Williams of la
yeurts team, w un j-eierim n-num
, ih,.v should work 50 percen
lu-tter than last year, anu n .n
have played with n:m sa ne na
enough stuff to st him prettv in tn1'
kague. "Rig Hill" Cary and Die'
Hanley both worked on first. Carey b
n good hitter ami a dependable field
er when he is in form. Harney nein.
new comer has yci io win om pi
He locks good in h's initial uiipear
jonce. Woods, a rceent arrival fron
! Idi'.ho'looks sweet in the outfield. Far-
kpockpj down everything tna'
came his way.
out this year.
It was his first timi
"Doc" Xewton scemi
i to Improve each
vear, and, like wimr
I eets better the older he gets. The boy
j that crowds "Doc" off of short wll
have to lie rife for tne nigner leagues
outfielders were out in forrb, some
look good and k-nmo not so good. Pen
dleton needs outfielders and need
them badly. T.nst year several game:
were apparently won, only to te kick
ed and cuffed awiy by some youth o
poor flv chasin? ability. Dean Thomp
son who broke into the box score a
few timoi! last year is again on the
lob. Dean nailw 'em all in practice
"t could Improve some with the stick.
"Fat" Friedlv has been working haro
verv davs along with u. s. nays aio
I numerous others.
m It present dope '-Indicate anythimv4-
I Pendleton Is due for a team mat ji
bo the pride of the city.
1 Itl'lINS K.VHHI lin.T.
P.PDAPKST. Alarch 2S OA. P.)
i Stephen Nemeth, a clerk, wasting
! v on the little food his salary
noi.l.l"buy, ni.Jic.il. d to his almost for
te ten brother George, who went to
i America years ago and is now in Chl-
v"v".;en months later, there came
i f;on. Oeorge simply a large photo
,(H,.h Stephen Nemeth. disappointed
T.id !'!ign thre his brother's picture
i ,1,..' file. The next day there came
a ieMer. It read:
I've got most of :
the marbles in
Superior Corn Flakes
)lii A-T.A today : J v.
THE CLIFFORDS A Bit of Circus
MARTIN & MURRY, Comedy Singing and Talking ;
Mary Miles Minter
i "SWEET LAVENDER"
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our loving brother.
" Don't l'xl Witii a .'!d
(Prom tho Xew York Sun.)
We must repeat our warning against
neumouia, the most dangerous dis-,
ase that prevails in this city, and;
hlch is extraordinarily prevalent at
lis t'.me. Pe on guard at all times
gainst taking cold. Look out for it, if
ou take it. Gladstone us.-d to go to
ed and send for a doctor whenever'
i had a cold and consequently be got
veil in a very short time. "The Sun" '
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The pleasant purgative effect ex
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When troubled nith constipation.
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Is very often only a symptom
of eyestrain and is quickly re
lieved when proper glasses are
worn. If you are a sufferer
from headaches, by ail means
have your eye3 examined.
When you come here very
thorough examination is made
and when classes are needed
thev are srround to exactly fit !
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inoiougn iiaiiunj;, iimucni
equipment and 15 years' exper
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Don't hesitate to come in and look over these ex
traordinary values in Lies Shoes. They are just the
bargains you have been waiting: for. It will pay you
to come in and save from 20 to 40 per cent on every
V"TUDlis LOW SHOES AT A GREAT SAVING
Patent high heel Oxfords with a very neat toe, .
very dressy, at
Patent military heel Oxford, immitation tip,, quite
lleslery'dreMyptiieni high heel Pump :.-$4.95
i i;ol flnn lift Viifrh heel PumD. welt
jjauicn tuiuiuai " .
If ,' ... ln( UaaI mm motnl
iUlcs iu VV licci K"" - - ct - - .
sizes and widths, at j
Ladies military heel gun metal and kid Oxfords
welt soles, at :r"rv T'T
Ladies light brown calf, military heel Oxford,
A real bargain, at -- -
Ladies Oxfords to close out. Sizes from 2 to 5 $1.00
LADIES' AND MISSES' WHITE SHOES AND
White canvas high heel, 6 eyelet Oxford, at $3.45
Ladies colonial white canvass High heel Pump,
at - , y..-.r.$3.50
Misses' and Ladies' white canvas military heel '
Oxfords, at - $2.45 to $3.45
Misses' low heel rubber sole canvas Oxford, at $2.95
Ladies white reignskin high, Shoes, very neat "
at $3.45, $6.50
Ladies' white canvas military heel Boots at
, : .J53.45, 4.50
Ladies' Tennis Bals at $1-4S
32 Cat h Stores 745 Main Street
40 Cash Stores
who starred in
- - -
Children 10c Adults 35c
William Fox Presents
Daring Darling of Thrills
IN : '.
"The White Moll"
CLYDE CONK IN "THE HUNTSMAN"
Blue Karo Syrup
Red Karo Syrup
L'berty Bell Syrup,
Van Camps PorK"'1 Beans..
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 fof .
Macaroni Speghetti and Noodles..
Sun' Maid Raisins, package
Early June Peas, can
Wan Camps Coups, 5 cans
- o - -
Pnmn. welt sole, all
743 Main St
. Children, 5c AdulU, 20c
y -r 9 '-
in a Dicture -that3
riht up to the minute
No- 5, 50c; No. 10, 95c
No. 5, 50c; No. 10, 95c
1-2 gaL. 85c; gal., $1.65
No. 5, $1.25; No. 10, $2.25
4 pounds, SOc; 8 pound, $1.75
large tin, 40c; 3 for $1.10
No. 2 tin, 5 for 9 jc
No. 2 tint, each, 15c
No. 2 1-2 tin. 2 for 25c