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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 0, 1921.
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JOHNSON SEES OPEN
RACE AHEAD OF TEAMS
' IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
sklent limes Public to m,V&ZJ?2-JGZ
-i . ... . . , ovt-r the olh.-r (-oiitoiicfi'i-.i for ihe pi n
UleaSOn III HiS tllOriS tOiniml. -,Tho loss of Chapman may mil-
J . inuf;ly prove a eerious hamib-ap.
buildup White ox Nine.1 "!V,W v 0,',:- wl,h a,'ri,v of
. ' ... I tlnft strength. Is conceded hlnh rani.
, ; but m., j,otilH, Delimit mid Walking.
I ion mint not lie . umlensilinaieii
CHICAGO, April 0. (A. I'.) I!n wlirn we w.i-,i the fuct they will be
Johnson, president ol the. American guided by new. 4.jiled unci mubltioui.
league ami ror year uti enemy of uinnnifnn. ,
Charles A. eotrtlskey In admlnls! ru-1 "The numerous u -tunes of Cnnuli
tlon of league affnin. urged that Urn 1 Mark's 'AlhlHli' ,v.i- the' Ntw Vork
public accord Manngor ''Kid" Cileiiiion , and Phlnwle'r-iv NarlomtlH in Un
its full support in Ills' link of rcbulld
Infr Comiskey's team,', the Chicago
White Hox ,
Sir. Johnson declared it to bo, his
conviction the rare will prove the
most open in the history of the orga
nliatlon. "There ljgis been a change In the
leadership of four clubs." he .until,
"and a natuble re-allgnment In six of
"With the prcstlgo of nnAmorionn
League championship unci a' world's
series victory. Cleveland, umler' the
south thl.-i Hi'fiiU; wo.itil encourage he
llcf iiiat that down-trodden tribe
would claim a. pla.ee this Hummer.
"Keen liitere.it will center around
Ty Cobb and Ian Tijei-B. Wo know
that Detroit's new manager has the
skill and during' 'pf l-ad rihlp, anil If
path-nee Is n i huMiiit In the hainll
ins of men. (lira i,j , mi. teem In sis
mired, "What Cloiison n.uv areonipBali
with the ri iiixeiiHt'd While Pox is a
problem. 11 ,h (o he hoped the pat
roiiH of the ,-jport will nrrord him loval
and unfaltering support In hi.) illffi
"Kill above, all things," the slate
rncnt eoneluded, "It In a cherished
hope t hut every player, manager, nru.
plre and owner in the American
League w'll enter the ohanipion.hlp
race thin year with the i-ingle thoiifrnt.
and purpose of making it tin Ideal
ennte.'it pieaHlUB to the public and
free from any blemish that iiiiffht
tarnish the good name of our nation
al jmie." . .
Are the Effects You Naturally
Want from Your Spring Medicine
And Hood's Rarsaparina satisfies
thrne needs as nothing else can.
Tills marvellous restorative' tonie
and blood purifier has been recog
nized for nearly fifty years as the
bent sprini? medicine for restoring
tne blood and circulation to their
natural richness and vitality.
Hood's ftu-saparllla Is, more than
food, because it creates an appe
tite and promotes assimilation of
ail food taken, thus securing 100
per cent, of nourishment.
Thus It contributes to make rich
red blood, which carries vitality to
all parts of the body and trlves the
strength and nerve force that
nature demands day by day. Take
Hood's Harsaparilla. small dona
after each meal, and you will soon
note how much refreshed you are,
how good your food tastes, and how
cheerfully you do your work.
Hood's Pills relieve headache,
biliousness, constipation. .
HERE IN READINESS
FOR SPRING TRAINING
Manager Nick Williams and
Few of Early Birds Arrive to j
Play the Bucks Tomorrow. J
Pl'ftlFiES, VITALIZES AND ENRICHES THE BLOOD.
jf QUALITY SERVICE . SANITATION
Phone Your Grdei s
When loo busy to show' in ncrson.
phone your order in. You will find
our sales force" just as particular in se
lectingyour order as if lly were
choosing for themselves.
Phone 433 '
At the Sign i
If It's on the Market We Have It"
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I ISHKK WIMi A U
CJNC1XXATT, Ohio, April 8. (A.
) 1'itoher Kay Finher telcgraphen
j Aujiust Herrmann, president of ine
, iClnciniintl National league eluh, yes-
... , ,,, . , iterday, that he had accepted the terms
Manacer Nek Williams of the ,(f't ... become baseball conch at
.Moose Jaw team and a flock of his : ...',.',.., .,. ,, . Mlchiea. and hoped
players dropped off the rattlers thlsj,. '.. .. flm the Hed
mornltiK. Others will arrive thia even-jw , , , v.0eucd
in by way of Spokane. ,1 .
.Manaffer Nick, looking as happy and j .. .n.. ijHII s WI
fat as usual, is all aglow over the good stXKiPIi t'V I VKUKtTY, Calif.,
weather we are now having. istA u ,Av K)The University of
i year they trained down In the valley ;(.B)i,,jrnja freKhman baseball team de
land the only baseball gear they need-1 ft.atod the" Stanford freshman nine yes
jed was a pair of rubber boots and l'ler(J 7 t() 2,
i slicker. They say that "Junk" Walt-1 ' .
! era, couldn't swim unlll last year's KI'KMAX ISKATS MOOItE
j traninir season was over. With twoi ioLKUO, O., April !). (A. P.)
weeks of this kind of weather the J()e j,urnlan rf' St-w York, was given
! team call Ket a good workout each I l)e ncwKp'a,,er decision over Koy
iday and lose no time before the sea- j jr,()r(f f ,vt. pauf and Chicago, In their
json opens. jl2-round boot here last nisht. They
j The following players came in this are bantamweights.
J morning with Mr. Williams: John " ,
I Heim, pitcher: i Charles dimming. ' i,ni:s SCORED IX HACK
pitcher; Xate ShandelinB, catcher; 11. x'HICAGd, April 9. (A. P.) Two
j Pell, outfielder; K. Hopkins, outfield- temH ga(ned laps in the six-day
ler; S. Clark, infielder; Veo Taylor. In-i hcTie race yesterday. Madden ana
fielder; J. Ault, pitcher.' i Ma'gln iappin? the field yesterday aft-
i Very few of the boys have played lernoon and llc-liens and Degravcs re
: any ball S lice last seawn and are l.a-i prating the feat last nli?ht. Their work
i bl,, to find it pretty totinh sledding (,iaced these two teams on equal terms
'against the Pendleton Bucks tomor-jwi,h Corey and McP.eath, who pre-
row afternoon. The locals are rljrhtV(rlB!y had held a one-iap lead. The
- now golnf? at top speed and if the Ca-()her teams all were a lap behind the
!nnriinnH clont look out they will find'thrre leaders who had covered J -T 7 0
their sculp hanging riisht alonsslde the j miics, six laiis. at 11 o'clock, the 12th
cine I I ted from the Tigers. The vteit-. Your of the race. Corey and McBcatn
urn wont be able to let themselves oul;i,i jn points with 181V.
d-ie to !. It of training but should be!
,viiltetg go at Mp'spefd by cKo'iiS'lnUj" " "" - li?OW THE 11 HE '
m.-n ofn :i enough. The" name will be j SACliAMEXTO, Cab. April 9. (A.
callel at 2:S0 at Hound-l p park, ad-jp.) Sacramento snatched a game
in.- on .Vo. 'from the fire here yesterday, 7 to n,
j , ; when they overcome tho early lead
MONTANA HAS SCIIKDEI-E Vernon had piled up and passed the
i rs-ii T-I. Mont . A orll 9. (A. P.I ! Tiiiera in the fifth inning, when four
game of tho season yesterday after
noon. 9 to 3. Bromley pitched uperb
ball, the Oaks being unable to bunch
hits nave In one Inning. The Hum
leaped on Altern and Siebold for lung
hits, which combined with errors at
critical times, produced runs in
groups. SIkIIii hit the first homer ot ;
the local Season. . i
WltEVn.lOliS HOLD FORTH
LOS AXOELES, April 9.--(A. P.)
PreMminary rounds of the National A. j
A. tr. wrestling -championship totima-
ment were emimed last night at tho '
Ixm Angeles Athletic club, semi-finals I
also being scheduled to be bettn.
I-' The tournament has been extended
! until tonight.
A Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Earned '
DO YffVR SHOPPING AT THIS STORK Wliwu.
A yJoiT CAN SAVE THOSE DOLLARS.
Men's Heavy Vine uen
im Overalls and Jack-
full tai work shirts,
sizes 14 to Ipi . . 79c
32 t. 2.
. $2.45 '
Men's Drews' Pants,
1 a r g e Kssortment,
sizes 29 to 42.... $3.95
Boys' Union JSalts, bal
brjggatV) mesh. 65c
Meif-Cl&ie- triDe or
Painters 0j rails and
jackets ... 95c
Men's Riding Pants,
khaki or whipcord,
pair . $3.45
Men's Summer Union
mesh or athletic style,
Men's Dress Caps, val
ues to $2.50, large as
sortment of styles and
colors . ....... $1.25
40 Cash Stores
flOI.E GAAIIX CLOSE
riXBHURST, X. C, April 9. A.
P, ) Brilliant (jolf was played yester
day In the semi-final rounds of the
north and south amateur champion
ship In which R. . H. Merriman of
VVaterbnrry, defeated Frank Dyer of
Cpper Montclair, two up. and Gardin
er White of Nassau, won from Perry
Adair of Atlanta, four and three. Mer
rimen and White will meet tomorrow
In the fimls.
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. 1
A great many of these Fordsons are three
year3 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.
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Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 403 Water and Johnson Sts.
The tentative 1921 gr diron sched
ule of the University of Montana here
calls for eight games Including a bat
tle attainst the Vnivcrsity of Wash
ington at Seattle October 15. The
complete schedule follows;
October S Idaho Tech at Missoula.
October 15 I'nlvorsity of Wash
ington at Seattle.
October 22- Open.
October 23 Whitman College lit
November 6 Idaho at Moscow.
November 11 Montana State at
November lft North Dakota at M:s
soula. November 24 Oonzaga at Spokane.
PRICE OF FLOUR AND
WHEAT IS REGULATED
runs were scored as the result of heavy
hitting on the part of the Senators.
Hyatt of Vernon and Compton of Sac
ramento h't homo runs, Cnmpton's
drive coming in the fci jrth inning after
MolhviU had singled.
PORTLAND LOSES AGAIN
PAX FRANCISCO. Cat, April 9
(A. I'.) 15a n' Francisco won yester
day's game from Portland, 3 to 2, the
Feals scoring their runs in the first
inning on five walks and two hits al
lowed by Hops, coupled with a first
baseman's error. Nefzieer replaced
Ross. O'Dmil let the first three Reav
ers, up in the first inning fill the bases,
and Hansen succeeded him in the box,
only to blow up in the fourth inning.
McQuaid fMiished the game.
- M ARID, April 9. -(A. P.) A royal
order through the ministry of public
works today regulates the price for the
tale of wheat flour ind bread. Cnder
this order farmers will be compelled
to sell rtieir grain at a price which will
insure against a rise in, the price of
brea i, while millers must grind tha
wheat at a minimum of 13 and a max-
TMTOHElt WINS OWN GAME
LOS AXGFLK., April 9 (A. P.)
Hughes, Los Angeles pitcher, won the
first start of the season yesterday when
his single in the ninth scored Lindi
more add defeated Seattle, 4 to 3. It
was the Angels' fourth straight 'victory.
n its to peace itivrri .
EDMONTON, Alta., April 9. A
V.) J. L. Larsen, New York aviator,
hopped off yesterday on a flight into
the north, planning to vi-i't Peace
River, tiie Fort Norman oil fields and
cruise into the Arctic euvle, pessiblv
as far as Fort McPherson. He was
accompanied by Lieutenant. Myhers
and H. Buhl, pilot and ra-'-chanician.
and his plane fully eciuipi-ej for any
745 Main St
Dr. Lynn K. Blakes!
Chronie and. Nervous Diseases n
Diseases of' Women. X-Ray ElectrH
Temple Rldg:. Room 1
Phone 2IO-W P. O. IU JIM
GEORGE E, McELROY
TEACHF.Il OF VIOLIN
Pupil of Ludwig P.ecker, .Concert
master of Chicago Symphony y,
Resklence Studio 4113 Lewis Kt.
ELECTRIC STARTERS V.
Or any part of the electric
ystem on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction g-uar-anteed.
HARRT H. GRAHAM,
I Wlllard Service Station,
I Pendelton, Or,
t Phone 684. LETS GO!
ilOXTRRYL OITPOIXTEI)' LVNC1I
CLKVELANO. !.. April 9. (A. P.
Young Montreal of Providence, , R.
L, decisively outpointed Jm Lynch.
bantamMfeight champion,, io a' 10
ronnd no-decision bout here lat night.
Newspaper sport writers :;t the ring
side gave Montreal seven rounds.
Lynch one and called two even, Mon
treal weighed HS pounds and l.ync:i
5HICHESTER S PILLf
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1 Tke no nber. Bht of rnnw f
ytata k-iK3-sB.ii, St'csL Aiw?-,-i ir-t t,
. CASH GROCERY
14 pesetas a hundred kilo-
rRCFS ACTOR KILLED
PHICAIIO. April 9. (A. P.. Ern
est. Ward, o nu mber of the "flying
Waris," acrobatic troupe, was killed
yesterday when he fell tiKioet wnne
rehearsing an aerial act for crcos.
A similarity in names led to first re
ports that Ernest Ward, tne aviator
acrobat, had been killed in a fall from
When irregular or suppressed use
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in all proper cases. Not sold at Drr
Stores. -Do not experiment wlfh
for "Relief" and particulars, it's free.
Address: National Medical Institute,
others; save disappointment. Write
sS. Miifc, for .....t - - $1-00
Armcur's Lard, 5 pound net - $1.25
A.rfncur's L.vl, 10 pounds net $2.40
Pendleton Layd, No. 5, each ......, $1.20
Pendletsn Lcd No. 10, each $2.25,
Head R'ca, pound - - 7c
TV.,.. tees, r ;ans - $1.00
Tcv Gar.-' ..a Preserves, 1 pound glass 50c
lvmher mills will operatii
BAKER. Ore., April 9. Lumbering
in the vicinity of Paker In eastern
Oregon on the increase and local
mills are rapidly employing crews to
operate at full capacity. Two of the
largest mills here are now operating,
a Ihitcl expected to open soon and an
other is said to be contemplating start
ing operations again on full scale.
S M.T I.KF WINS OPFNFR
SALT UKK C'TY. April 9.---tA. PA
-Salt Lake won the delayed opening
1 1 1 I
Pc to save.
El Pel' limn
i mi. dir,!
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,vir icjwcjcxr ,
living something out of what you earn means a ,
j-'ionger resolution future comfort, permanent snt
i..l'ic;ion, happiness for the wife an.l children, prop
n training and education for the children, success
I k- self, a. id independence in old age all these
ale governed by the habit of saving or of spending.
A man's habits In handling his income affect his life
nr.d the welfare of his family, both now and for the
iii ire: his children are served or compelled to suf-
' because of t.icso habits.
Start a constructive svstc-m of saving today one
oiu'Hr is al! you need.
Ilidfo wli rh-il It hard
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joh i air in I'twit your sn.n'.l
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The question s: "ts It on the
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ways two opinions and the arbitra
tor often seta a UcUiug
Admission 50c fj
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