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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETOnToREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1921.
.Man Who Has Been in Charge
't Physical Training for Ntw
Republic is Coming Back.
U)3 A NO ELKS. Cul.. Ajjrll JO. (A.
I'.) "Timber Wolf" Job Plpitf, the
man who Introduced open football to
, Qi Pacific coiiHt 4iiid regarded liy
many expert an. one of the keenest
present dny gridiron tucliclnnH, huH
announced his Intention to return from
Europe to renew, his western fontbull
activities rh coach for Occidental col
lege atheltic teams In Los Angelvn next
! J'llml Ik now head of physical train
ing work for the Cjsecho-Hlovaku with
hndiiurtcri In I'rniiue, from which
point he recently cabled acceptance of
the Lou Angeles liiHlltuiion's proposi
tion. ; The westerner' record In football
began at Occidental where, In four
years, he was Instrumental In devel
oping a number of football men who
became widely known along the Pa
cific coaxt and Inter he bouyed up the
record of the Oregon Ag-rloulturnr col
lege by producing there the only foot
ball team In ten year to defeat the
university or ureifon, n rent no team
since ha duplicated, It Is said.
' During the war I'lPul was a vhyn'.
cnl director for the Y. 11. C. A. and
after the urmlMlce one of' he head
Oaches of the A. K. F. truck team
that won-the-lnter-Allled' champlon-'
ahlps. His work attracted attention
Of the officials of tho new-horn
Fzecho-.SIovak republic. -and he was
subsequently chosen to oranlze the
physical training system of that country.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
BULK LARD, LB. 23c
Pill your no. 5 can for 95c
' BULK SHORTENING 17c
Phone 433 . At the Sign of a Service
-If Ifs on the Market We Have It"
We wish to announce that we have formed a part
nership and purchased the Fisher transfer service
which we will run in connection with the Boyden
Transfer. . .
- Always at Your Service
A. M. BOYDEN
Olympia Cigar Store- Phone G
O. M. FORD
Eiley & Kemp Phone 522
The Fordson Tractor
The IVirdnon In of unUniilrd value to the caterpillar mvner. Tlilnk
liow practUwl and economh-al to put it to pkmlivt out the cor
ners, buck fiirrowing around tlie' Twice and flnlshln)? la in Is,
When lliat 'ia dono hook onto the harrow. The I ViiIsoii docs not
iwclt" Hie soil and will woiiit Jiwt an wl on plowed gnmniTat
liarnvlng, bladlni, dlsiInK, seclng, elf,, ns plowing,
Cun yon plow nn ikto an hour day oTtw dy at a cost oT Tlfty
fonts with your liorscw? Can yon wd FiTljr Afros a day at a
cofst of leH limn Twi Cents an Aw?
Think luiw handy llicy are Tor liuiillng lank wa,gous, gas and oil
lo the field ami to rim the power p:aniH on your place.
If joii are Intorosted we w.U eive yon a demonstration on jour
farm al our eM-nsr.
THIN TIMK UWT YKAIt.
Cravuth,' Philadelphia, hit a
homer off llenton In elxhth with
two on, beating Glnntu 3 to 0.
Cleveland und Detroit used 31
players lu a three hour name,
Cleveland winning 1 to 10.
Walker knocked two home
runs mid Dtigan one for Athlet
ics. Cadnrt, Brooklyn, shut out
Hoston 1 to 0 In 1 1 Inning".
SEATTLE, April 20. -(A. P.)
I'nlverHlty of Washington's new foot
bull coach, Enoch Hagxhaw, u I ready Is
at work getting ready for next sca
Hon. lteeently "Uu'gny," as he Is
known on the campus here, held his
first spring workout and put the Sixty
seven men who turned out, through
light panning and running work.
Tho spring turnout wus tho largest
In the history of the I'nlversity , yet
the candidates did not include several
varsity veterans who could not attend
because the arc oh the varsity track
and baseball teams und the crew.
Wash.'ngton'a hole at the quurtcr
back position may be filled by Harry
1. ytniSH, a transfer from (Jonzaca
.college. Quiiss Is out working with
YMt.XOY Klll'T OIT.
U)H ANUKLKW, April 20 (A. P.)
Wan FrallCiBCO Shut Ollt Vrirnrm K (
0. Vesterd.-iv Tnn iki fa hlta lH ,t.- n..- !
three Innings being chiefly responsible
for the one-sided score. The winning
tally In the first was made by Fitzger
ald, who came from third on a sacri
fice fly by (VConnell. Couch pitched
high class ball for tho victors, allow
ing the champions but four hits in as
Water and Johnson Sts.
Moose Jaw Aggregation Leave
on First Leg of Trip That
Will Take Them Home May 4
Nick Williams and his so,nad of
Mooac Jaw haxehall players concluded
their training work In rendition for
this season when they went to Dayton
early this morning- where they wijl
pltiy a game this afternoon If the
weatherman arranges his showers so
mudbouts will not be necessary.
That the s'ay of the club lu re was
descant was testified by Mnnag'T
Williams shortly before the s'piad left.
"We certainly appreciate the. good
spirit and tho fine treatment we have
received In I'endleton," ho said. "Tho
liotind-l'p- town certainly know how
to treat strangers so they want to
The weather has been pretty good
for training this spring, and the club
has been uble to round Into form that j
is really good within a short time. The
exhibition games that will be played j
as the sipiad makes Its way by leisure- j
y stages toward Moose Jaw are ex
pected to put the players on a keen
eilgo for the opening of the season
Pomeroy Is on the schedule for
Thursday afternoon and Saturday and
unday games will be played at Lewis-
PENDLETON BOY GETS
HONOR IN FOOTBALL
' AT MILITARY SCHOOL
Adidph Heyden of Pendleton has j
been elected captain of the Hill Mili
tary Academy football team to repre- .
sent the academy In the fall. Heyden
Htcceods his brother Homer Heyden
who has been attending the academy
In Portland for several seasons and i
who will bo graduated in Jane. Hobert '
Thompson of Centralia. Wash, w ill be
basket ball captain and Karl Farra of .
Paisley, (ire., will bo baseball captain
and also Is secretary of the H. Club,
tho organibation made up of letter
men at the academy. The track cap
tain is Lewis Hill Personcus of Seattle.
The H. (Tub will givo a dance at Lig
gett hallne of the resitce-iuild-Ings
of the academy, in May.
ism ;ami: iilw.
HAVANA, April 20. (A. P.l The
13th panic In the world champlonph p
chess match between Jose It. C.tpab
lanca and Dr. Emanuel Lasker was
declared a draw shortly after mid- j
night after midnight after the 23rd j
Mays In (;hmI l'orm.
CINCINNATI. O.. April 20 (A. P.)
Mays outpitched Marquard and Ft.
Louis won from Cincinnati, 5 to 1.
Sharp fielding featured every inning.
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
But the cld-fa3hioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without ths
planter and without the blister.
Musterole does it It is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. It is scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders, and yet does
cot blister the tenderest skin.
Gently massage Musterole in with the
finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re
lid how speedily the pain disappears.
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stitf neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conge
'.ion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sere muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
3.V and 65c jars; hospital sire $3.00
Don't fail to see the
sjiecial features of the
New Hotpoint Curling
J. L VAUGIIAN
Electric Supply House.
Phono 138 200 1C Court
'In Every Respect"
says the Good Judge
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tob&cco
MVKItS IS KIXiM l.
LKRlvF.LKY, Calif., April 20. (A.
.) Lesl.'e Myers, captain of the I'ni-
versity of California baseball team, I
has been signed for an outfield tryout I
Jy the Detroit club next season, it was
announced todav. He plays
field In the university nine.
OAKS Alii: HF.I'KATKD
SAX FItAXCISV. Apl 20 (A.
P.) Los Angeles defeated Oakland. 4
to 2, here yesterday in a featureless
game. The Angels hit Arlett hard
throughout and finally knocked him
from the box in the ninth inning.
C'randall pitched a steady game
AIPPI.AVFS PU'lVK SK'C KSSI TL.
ST. PAI L. April 20. (A. P.) The
experiment of using airplanes for for
est fire observation work was found
S'-iccesyful. according to officials of
the state forestry office, who made
fl ghls over Itasca Park during the
past few days to account for numer
ous blazes reported near there.
SFXI KNTHY l!I AKS
I'XIDXTOWN-, Pa., April 20. A.
' ' 1 1 " 1 r 1 ' ! i" ika(, for; ' 11 1 S.? ' vrr a '
trophy 22.'. mile uutomrTb'fle race on
the I'nlontnwn ."peedway June 1 .
have been Kent to drivers of national
repute throughout tiif ccuptry. In
addition to the American machines, it
is expected that several foreign cars
and drivers will take part in the
classic. The I'niversal rare will mark
of the siason at the speed-
Score of nil Kntitles prunim of I-Ow-islon
to v:"lry Ucglor
WALLA WALLA. Wash., April 2i.
(A. 1'.) L. A. Driinim of Lewlsti n,
Idaho, last nipht won the , golden
oi'easant overture, a 100 registered
target event in the registered tourney
J nmv. Hu had sti. William Kegler of
jst. Johns. Wash., was second with !S;
'(". H. Joslin of ralouse was third with
97. and G. I). Faker of .Seattle, fourth
' with i'fi.
Frank Troeh of Vancouver won the
I inland empire special with 99; Wil
liam HoiiFer of l'omeroy, second with
VK: S. A. Fulton of Walla Walla, third
with lis; 0. It. l'roston, fourth with 94.
It. 15. Laccy of Wells, dr., broke 391
out of the 100. He uiso Had high run
of ICO. .
. MIS8 CEKEVIEVE WARD
' Mis Genevieve Ward, at M. ia
tmlinir a new staire role. She hs
been named to piny the part of tiueen !
Montaret In "Hichnrd the Tmi" dur
ing the SJUkespeare revival at the old
Vie Theater in london. The king of
England recently made her a dame
coimnander of the Order of the Brit
ish Empire, which is the same at
knifhthood. She the first Auieii
or -1 l
You get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction from the Real
Tobacco Chew than you ever
got from the ordinary kind.
The good tobacco taste
latits so long a small chew
of this class of tobacco lasts
much longer than a big chew
of the old kind. That's why
it costs 1ce3 to use. ;
Any man w ho has used both
kinds will tell you that.
fut up in too styles
General Hugh L. Scott, former
chief of sta&', now retired, ia men-;
tioned as probable ambassador to
r-AMS, April 20. (A. P.)
n in course of preparation
French government contemplate the
development of a yearly average of 4.
000 00H horsepower by 1934 through
the utilization of the rivers of the
ninnllfaetiire Of eleC-
The creation of cn.rgy for the elec
trification of the railways and the big
industries of France has received tre
mendous impetus since the armistice.
Hcports just completed show that
within the last three years 4r,0.00o.000
francs have been invested In 4 3 pow
er plants throughout France by French
The recent visit bv President Mtller
aml to the valley of the Khor.e reviv
ed interest in the famous Rhone water
power project, plans for which have
been completed and now are before
the senate for raL'ficatlon. The
chamber of deputies approved the
scheme in October, 1919.
Tho Khone project, as it is known
in Kurope, is one of the most eompre- ;
hensive water-power developments ev
er conceived and involves the oxpen-j
diture of 3,iion,noo,niO) francs. No ,
fewer than 20 lesser projects have;
hem launched in Franco but the I
Rhone is further advanced than the
It has been estimated that the:
.Rhone scheme, together with the oth-1
Treatment lor Whoop'ns
ii is of Interest to all and especially I
o uit iiarents oi youir umuui.
tnow what is best to be don
whooolmr ooush. Mrs. Walter
Patimisl'iirsr, .Mo., relates her expert-,
ence. "A lew years aso, our childrrn
had ivhoopini; cotiKh and the onlv
moi'ictno we saw tlicm was Chamber
lain's Consh Remedy. It kept their
couslis loose and expectoration easy.
They were not sick very long and had
:, liihl attack of it. 1 cive cr.-ditfor
their speedy cire t" tips medicine."
This is a mass.itre liniment, especial
ly valual'le for the relief of rheumatic
rains ami soreness of the muscles.
Mrs. K. C. lod je, Whitcsboro, N". V.,
writes: "The splendid results 1 and
oilier members of my family have re-
jceived by tb.e use of ciiamncriiun J
i Liniment, warrant my endorsing it m
th.- hishest terms."
Only Makes a lWnl Vlatlcr Worse
Perhaps you have never thmiaht of
;!. hot the fact mi's' be apparent, to
i every cue. that consti fition is caus
I ed by lack of water In the system and
I the iiso of drastV cathartics, like the
j old-fashioned cathartic and liver pills.
I make a bad matter worse, as they take
too much water out of the system.
U'h:!tuberlaiirs Tablets are much more
I mild and ircntlc in effect and w hen the
proper dose rs taken, their action is so
natural that one can hardly reauz-?
that it is the effect of a medicine.
;ood Advice t the Bilious
Those who are bilious, dyspeptic and
constipated feel miserably a s,vd shars
of the time. They 'would soon fool fin
and enjoy their mesls if they would
i s few doses of Chamberlain's
Tablets to strensrthrn their diKestlon
On Your Working Needs
Gloves-Men's Sample Work" Gloves pood
values at 8,)C' '
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UnifnWuYBalbVVan' Suits $-00
Athletic Union Suits
Work Shirts-Men's f ull. cut Work .Shirts 79c
MEN'S WORK PANTS
Dark Color Corduroys
Good Wool Pants 'X'i
Whip"ord Pants Z?Z.
Part Wool Pants '
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40 Cash Stores
er big projects, would effect an annua.
j ving , f 5.0,0 00 ton. . of thus-
divcri.ns 10 own-. . . -
teriaily reducing the
coal by P rance.
Teh Ilhone plan would make navi-1
gable between 4U0 and 500 kilometers t.
of that river, would reclaim 6.VJ.CI0 j
acres of ground now useless and prob- j
ablv place at the door of Paris elec- j
tric.'ty at a price within tne reacn w
The government plans to make the
v.hr.ne as well as all the other pro
jects, a "creation of the people"
through the issuance of six per cent !
! non-taxable bonds the proceeds to ne
j used in construction. The finance j
U....Vmiitee of the senate now has the;
I matter belore it, but because of the
financial depression and the already
' exeat burdens on the French treasury.
, fthe actual construction probably will
j not begin for several years.
The majority of the plans for hydro
electric development concern the r'v-
' t n j;h"'8,jaronne. Ilhine and Loire.
Many geheol Children Are Sleklr
ltl.r u-lm vaiue their own com-
r . i. ...Air..a nf (h.iF philiir.n.
lOTt HIIU IIIC n nioi c . -,
should nevrr be without a box or!
Mother GraVs Sweet Powdrs for
Children, for tiso throughout the sea
son. They Break up Colds. Relieve'
Feverishness, Constipation. Teething
Disorders. Headache and Stomach
Troubles, t'sed bv mothers for over 30
vears. THESE POWDKItS GIVE SAT-.
'SFACTIOX. All Drug Stores. Don t
,rpfnt rv .ihMtitot '
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
In All Itraiiclics.
ry A" ' "S. M
2 Large Loaves Bread 25c
Best Butter, pound ' 13c
Wessons Oil, pints 33c; quarts 63c; 'z gallon $1.20
Lard No. 5 $1.23; No. 10 $2.23
Red Mexican Beans, 4 pounds 23c
Tomaloe?, 2 cans 25c
Blue Karo Syrup No. 3, 30c; No. 10, 90c
Bed Karo Syrup No. 3, 30c; No. 10, 93c
Tea Garden Assorted Preserves, 1 lb. glass. . . 50c
Olvmpic Pancake Flour, large size,
3 lbs and (5 oz., each 35c, 3 for $1.00
Be sure vhen you buy to receive the large size.
743 Main St
. t .nlf nn Run.
To immre uie P" - ,
, wn nriranized bv nineteen mem-
"""-;',.. ,.,1Iltrv club.
ni iiio iufcui.-... -
I appointive offices to bo fUlM.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
Dr. Edwards' "Olive Tablets, the
substitute for calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
People afilicted with bad breath find
quick relief through taking them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
vegetable compound mixed with olive
ciL They act gently but firmly on the
bowels and liver, stimulating them to
natural action, clearing the blood, and
purifying the entire system. 1 hey do
t'na which calomel does. ithout any o
the bad al ter eti'ecu. Take one or two
every niu'nh fur .a it'fflt jT.ll note Lz
pleasing eiicct. -lSc and 3JC a box.
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ran woman to ba ar hored.
and regulate me liver una now via.