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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1921.
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TRACK MEET API 9
. California-Michigan Meet Will
be on Berkeley Oval; Muller
' Entered for Discus Throw.
r.cnKici.wv, caiir., Aim t. (A.
P.) Sixteen m"n have been chosmn to
represent the I'nlverslty of Cullfonila
In the California-Michigan track meet
on the Berkeley oval April 8. (if the
number Hendrlxsen who Im In run the
HO-yard dush fur California, holds the and Held squad yesterday defeated
pre writ Inter-colleglate A. A. A. AJ r'"mnp collctse, 88 to 29, In a feature-'
record for that distance, 48 2-5 sec j less meet, j
oihIh. Hutchinson, one of those to!
compete In the snrlntH. flnlKhed hut! "'" "r I'omona wdn the Individual
, krt xi:v m coiti)
yOUK, I'a., April 1.-MA. I,)
Ralph Greenlcaf, champloa, pocket
billiard player, .established a new
World's record long run In nh exhibi
tion hero laHt night when he pocketed
109 ballH befi.iv he missed. Tno pre
vious record hluh run wan ISO innde
by Greenlcaf In Dnnbury, Conn.
FIGHT MAY BE HELD
(Tijuana Will be Place Chosen
if Alexander Wanages' Offer
for Fight is Accepted.
1!KT I'OMONA "OI.I,i:;i:
rEltKET.EV, Cnl'., April 1. (A. P.)
-The I'nlverMlty of California track
two fifth of a second behind I'addnck
In the 220 yard dash. Paddock made
the distance In 20 4-6 second. Mutch
iimon, tylnic the old world's record ol
21 1-fi second.
Muller, entered for thn discus throw.
high Jump, broad Jump and pavellir!
throw In the coming meet, took part In
the Olympic game laid year, taking
eoond in the high jump.
WON THItKfi UAMFS.
TACOMA. April 1 A. P.) The
tlnlvernlty of Washington baseball
team made It three straight victories
yesterday by defeating the Camp Lew
is Fourth Division team. 12 to 0. It
was the second consecutive shutout.
Washington outplayed the soldier
team In all department! of the came.
star. Ho won the 220-yard daxh and
cnviti.i s wiij, mrrriiv
VIE.YXA. April -The Hungarian
charge d'affaires h'iH notified Austria
thnt former Kmperor Charles will re
turn to Switzerland. The Swiss minis
ter declare that Switzerland will ax re,,
to hi return.
amplx-II'd ApH)ininii iit Vrgo
WASHINGTON', April J. (A. P.)
Appointment of J. H. Campbell of Spo
kane, Wash., a a member of the In
terstate commerce commilon waa
urged yesterday by Senator Polndexter
of Washington, during a conference
with President Harding.
I.OS A.VGHI.Evi, April 5.- (A. !'.)
The Dempaey-Carpentler fight may bo
held at Tijuana, tower California, If
an offer of IK.Mi.'lOO for the fight mad
by Alexander Pantages, theatrical
man, to Tex Itlekard Im accepted it was
Haled last night by Edward J. Fisher,
i-eprewentln th I'aninee interests 'n
Ixib Angeles. Mr. Fisher said he did
not know If the offer had been accept
ed. Mr. PantngcR lx In New Vork at
present, Mr. Fixher alil.
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WILLI3 C. COOK
, Willis C. Cook of Slouz Falls,
; 8. D., will probably be named new
U. & nUnUter U Colombia.
'NITRO' WILL SAIL IN
Here's another new style
Note the wide band, special
shape bow in, back
and other exclusive
McKibbin dealers everywhere
CORK, April 1. (A. P.) Four
teen police are mlxxlng nnd five are
believed to be killed as the result of
on attack on the police barracks at
Horn carberry, county of Cork, early
Boiling Beef 3c
Stew Beef 8c
Pot Roast Beefr: . : ;. 12 &T" T-Bbne Steak
Round Steak 25c
Porterhouse Steak 28c
Cross Rib Roasts . .
Chuck Steak . .
. . . 18c Sirloin Steak
. . . 20c Tenderloin Steak ,
BULK LARD 25c PER LB.
An abundant supply of Milk Fed Veal, of the highest quality obtainable.
Genuine Calf Liver, per pound 30c
Young, tender grain fed Pig Pork, Link Sausage in bulk or one pound car
. tons, per pound,30c.
POULTRY AND FISH
Turkeys, Chickens, Salmon,-Halibu t, Smelt, Crabs, Shrimp Meat.
Cauliflower, Asparagus, Tomatoes, Green Peppers, Strawberries, Lettuce,
Fresh Bunch, Carrots; Turnips, Green Onions. Radishes, Leak, Cabbage, Spin
ach, Cucumbers, Green -Peas, Sweet Potatoes,. Parsnips, Parcley.
GRAPE FRUIT, 5 for 50c
Vessel Will be Commissioned
April Fifttenth Under Com
mander ' R. W. . Vincent.
BREMKRTOX, April 1. C. P.)
Fully equipped and munnad, the
t'nited States ammunition xhlp Nltro,
one of the two such vessels owned by
the government. Is scheduled for a
trial over the navy speed course at
Three Tree Point for a 24 hour test
run. The vessel will Le commissioned
April 15 under Commander 11. W. Vincent.
If it's on the market we have it.
(East OreEonian Special.)
ECHO, April 1. Dean John Straub
of the University of Oregon, was In
Echo Thursday for the purpose of
speaking to the Jiigh school and 7th
and Sth glade students on the subject
of h Bher education. Mr.' gtrauh is
making an educational tour and Is vis
iting most all of tiTc cifstern Oregon
Tryouts for the school oratorical
and declamatory contests will be held
at the. r. E. church Friday evening.
April Sth and the finals at the City
Hall, April 13th.
Jim Avers evidently believes In re-i-eiige,
at least he is "gett'.ng even,"
for ubout a month ago Mr. Ayers was
fined $10 for not displaying his ml
license plates on his car. The other
dav W. H. Crary. editor of the Echo
News, city recorder, justice of the ,
peace and secretary of nearly every
other local organisation, parked his
car in front of the Echo Tire Shop. Mr.
Ayers noticed the car a.id discovered
that Mr. Crary had also failed to dis
play liis new recuse plates which were
lying In the back scat of the car. Mr.
Ayers found the city marshal ami
jwoie out a complaint against him.
Mr. Crary went to his ortlce immedi
ately and nut J10 in the city fund
which he fined himself.
.Inn Craiee. who came to this coun
try about 10 years ago. and who was
farming n dry homestead about a nuie
CONTRASTS IN SUIT
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.
ITOLAIR W. (TONY) DYSON
Ili a AND CARPKT SPKCI.U.IST
I make old Hugs look new mid
preserve appearance of new ones.
. I clean on your floor or take
them away. 8 years in Pendleton.
and a half above the Jim I'.uher place I
on Hlnton creek, which is near Sand :
Hollow, was found nt fh ri.ifnt iif '
death by his neighbors Sunduy even
ing, clutching a revolver with which
he had Just shot himself. The man
was cared for as best his friends could
but died within a short time. Menial
derangement on account of business
affairs is thought to be the cause of
suicide. Sir. Craige has a brother. Joe
Cralge, who has been farming near
lone for the past 15 years.
Edgar Adair of Princeton, Idaho,
and .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adair and
son, Virgil, of Colfax, Washington,
drove here from Colfax, Tuesday to.
visit at the home of .Mr. Adair's sister,
Mrs! C. K. Hawkins. They returned
lo their homes Thursday.
I. H. Gohbell and daughters. 5Is
Lois and Miss Ruth, and son Wlllard,
were visitors at the county seat Wednesday.
Dan Bowman shipped a carload ot
cattle to the Portland markets Tues.
News was broueht Inlt. Echo Wed-
.ma. Int. n ol. -.1 h V... n.Al
of Clarence McCarty, who has gone In
sane at the Kinney farm op 1,'pj-er I
Butter -ereek. It was fiaid that the
man had acted queer for sometime,
and that on Tuesday he attempted to
take charge of the farm "by force."
Several young people from Echo
motored to I'matilla, Tuesday even
ing to attend a dance given by the
Eastern Star chapter of that city.
They all report having had a very en
joyable time. ...
Laurence Malcolm returned to his
home at The Dalles Tuesday after
spending Easter at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Malcolm.
A. H. May, who Is working on the
highway survey near Huntington, ar
rived in Echo Thursday to visit for a
few days with Mrs. May, who Is teach
ing in the Echo high school. '
A. B. Thomson left Tuesday evening
for Portland where he will spend a
few days transacting business affairs
in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Wattenburger
were visitors in Hermistori Wednes j
Aubrey E. Perry, county water mas.
ter, spent W'ednesuay looKing oe .c
Echo and Butter creek districts.
T. M. Johnson is Improving the
looks of the hardware store by treat
ing it to a fresh coat of paint.
Mr. Sikey, owner of the Hermiston
meat market, spent Wednesday In
Echo looking for beef cattle.
Mrs, C. Tyler and two children ar
rived in Echo Sunday from Seaitle to
visit w ith her sister. Mrs. W. W. Lloyd.
Mr. Henry of the Walther-Williams
Buick Garage in The Dalles, stopped
In Echo Tuesday and Wednesday to
visit friends. He motored up from
The Dalles, going on to, Pendleton and
then back by way of Heppner.
E. A. Freeman of Portland, stopped
in Echo Wednesday on his way back
to Portland with three second hand
Fords which he was taking to sell
Mr. and Mis. A. E, Wattenburger
and son. Earl were Echo visitors here
from Butter creek Wednesday.
Our Prices Are Always
Boys' Suits - $7.50 .nd $9-90
Men's Suits, Tailor Made : ....$35.00
Men's Suits $18.50 to $27.50
Men's Dress Pants $3.95 to $6.50
Men's Work Pants - $2.45 to $4.50
Men's Work Shirts, full cut - --7?c
Men's Uniori Suits .--$l-00
Genuine All Wool Army Blankets - -5-00
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St.
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-HE mST MIDULDHK
of Pendleton ;
tfcT STEM,, rfs
Offers an unexcelled banking service to in
dividuals and corporations; transacts; a
general banking business wid maintains
special departments with fuabties of the
highest character. . .
Formerly The Palm, wishes to announce that they
will not only change the name but new machinery
for candy making will be installed and the place re
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
A. C. Kocppen & Bros.
The Drug Store That Servra
This sport suit mocel
contrasting color for the mate
rials of skirt and Jacket. For tns
latter, with Its broad sash, cardi
nal red broadcloth was used. The
cuffs of the sleeves are braided, as
are the patch pockets of white
nerge arid the while serge collar.
The skirt, which is shirred st the
normal waist line nnd scalloped
at the bottom. Is white satin in the
same color as the jacket.
There is a
flavor to suit
Blue Karo Syrup No. 5, 50c; No. 10, 95c
Red Karo Syrup No. 5, 50c; No. 10, 95c
Liberty Bell Syrup 1-2 gal., 85c; gal., $1.65
Lard No. 5, $1.25; No. 10, $2.25
Snowdrift 4 pounds, 90c; 8 pounds, $1.75
Pineapple Iae tin, 40c; 3 for $1.10
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for 25c
Sauer Kraut No. 2 tins, each, 15c
Tomatoes No. 2 1-2 tins, 2 for 25
Macaroni Speghetti and Noodles..... 5 lb. box, 60c
Sun Maid Raisins, package 30c
Early June Peas, can 20c
Wan Camps Coups, 5 tans T 55c