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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1921.
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HELIX COMES HERE FOR
gamea thin Hoaaon, and the airgreKatlon
will arrive In Pendleton tuned up for
the conflict. The probable lineup for
the viHltom Ih: H. Lleuallen, c: I'icrce,
(iartlez, Hanxcn, p; Kendall, k; Ron.
eilMcm, rfj Cutler, M; and Tate, If.
Tracy Haker will umpire the came.
Visitor Have Played Several
Contests so Far This Year
And Are in Good Fettle.
The brand new Wheat Holt league
will get Into the recordH for the flrnt
time tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at
Hound-Up park when Helix cornea to
Pendleton to meaiiure mettle with the
The Pendleton ftgfireiratlon Ih not In
very nood fettle for the fray due to a j
lack or practice during the week. More I
Milfta are expected to be fade In the
lineup to accommodate the Infield
change on account of the return oi
Hanley to the game. He ha been on
the bench for a fortnight following an
Injury to his back auatalned In the flint
game agalnut the Mooae Jaws.
Hanlev will probably plnv third, and
Olson will be ihlfted to the outfield,
'lordon probably will be neon at. the
keyetnne bag again tomorrow. Bid
Williams J expected to do the pitch
ing for the Ruck with Duff, Kuck and
Warmuth In reeerve.
Wellx hn played wveral practice
NEW YORK, April 23. (A. P.)
The home run batting race between
Habe Ruth of the Now York Ameri
cana and CSeorge Kelly of the New
York NntionulN remained at a dead
heat yesterday whon each plnyer
pounded out hia fourth circuit clout
of the aeaaon.
Elmer Hmllh of Cleveland and Emll
Meuael of the rhlludelphla National
are only a atep behind with three home
rutin to their credit while Bob Meuael,
Emll' brother, of the New York Am
ericana has two. Several other play
era aleo have made two, Kuth Ih far
ahead of Inst year' schedule a he did
not make hl fourth home run In 1920
until May 10. Kelly home run total
for 1920 was II. Ruth made 64.
a it i:i 'st I! Ail, ;amdi.i:rh
SAN ERANCIHCO, . prll 23. (A.
P. ) Two more arrcatn for betting on
n hKpr.,,11 pnnie were made at the ball
park yesterday. Police said the t'o
. .c.i were making a $50 wager on the
Oukland-IiH AnKelen game.
If There's Finer
GROCERIES, VEGETABLES AND MEATS ON THE.
MARKETS ANYWHERE WE WILL
GET THEM FOR YOU
At all times we give you the freshest and best
we meet the daily changing market prices by careful
buying. ,Thia difference we give you.
It will, pay you to investigate our free sales day
Phone 455 At the Sign or a Scrrlc
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
PIPE'S PEAK SEPT. 1
CQUHtAUO KPRINOfl, Colo., April!
23. (IT. P.) The automobile rw e
on I'lke'a F'eak for prizes astsjreBatlnx ;
14 1110 .ulll I.a tinM Hunt i.tnhvr f. thiw!
year, It him been ofTle'ally announceil.
Included in the prize Ih the 12.000
Penrone cup, donated by Kpenrer 1'cn-
rofe. Colorado Millionaire. The cup
Ih of silver and gold and Ih 4 3 inches
hlnh. C'MHh prizes in uddltlnn total
The racca thin year will be over the
same cotirne OH those of IttKt, from
Crystal Creek luldge to the summit of
the peak, about 12 miles. The events
will be held under the rule of the
American Automobile Association.
Entries must be made not later than i
August 8. 1
At the same time of the Pikes' Peak J
races the Colorado Pports Carnival will j
I. HtHBreri here. Rome of the events
are airplane races to Denver, after the
ships have circled Pikes peak, and it
polo tournament. Crack teams from
Chicago, Kansas City, Wichita Falls.
Tex., and other cities will compete In
(l(Y THE STAI E)
1 aW A taf7
morning and try going to
Sunday School at least
If you don't l'ke It you won't
have to try It again.
We have a class that will suit
you, and the teachers all come
prepared to tell you something
CHRISTIAN BIBLE SCHOOL
North Main Street
Helix and Pendleton.
Notice how regularly they are pick
ing up thoHe baseball gamblers over
on the coast.
lipgosh, we're goln' to keep our four
bits in our Jeans.
With fishing prospects poor for Sun
day, there should be a good crowd
out to the game in the aftcnoon.
Or. Watson has called our attention
to the condition of the palms of some
of our friends' hands. Calloused places
clear across the hand Indicating se
No, the friends haven't been raking
the lawn, or spading the garden, or
beating the rugs. The cause of those
hard places on the epidermis Is the
grand old game of golf
Which Is a clear indication thnt
self-sacrifice is still a virtue in this
country of curs
Winner takes 60; loser gets 40
Rucks, get a plenty We're for you!
MAKIOS WOHM) ItECOUI)
DAYTON, Fla., April 23. (A. P.)
1. P. Ooodspeed. driving a stock cai
at Duytona Beach yesterday establish
ed a new norio s one-mi'.e automobile
record for cars of the stock chassis
tvpo. Ooodspeed negotiated the dis
tance In 34.26 seconds, or at a rate of
105.1 miles on hour. Tho record was
formerly held by Ralph Mulford.
THIS TIME LAST YEAR
Foster. Red Pox, batted in
three of the runs that beat
Washington 4 to 2.
Uppett, diversity of Georgia,
pitched no-hit, no-run game
against Cniversity of Pittsburgh.
Ping llodie, Yanks and Vltt,
Red Pox. reinstated.
Reading, Internationals, scor
ed reven runs In fourth Inning
against Toronto but lost 8 to .
Ituffalo scored four runs In
ninth and beat Baltimore 5 to 4.
Is He Worth It?
Some FACTS About
THE I NIYERSAIi CAR
Here are authentic rigures from the Ford fuctory at Detroit.
They show you Just how ninny Ford cars and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1921 and how many have
been sold to retail customers, In the I'nited States.
Total Production 127,074 Total Retail Rales 208,032
showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex
ceeded production by 80,968 Eord cars and trucks!
April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars and
trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and assem
bly plants combined calls for only 90,000!
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products is
growing much fuster than manufacturing facilities to produce
and were It not for the dealers' limited stocks, which are now
being rapidly depleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to wait for their cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will prevent any
thing like prompt deliveries.
If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when
you want It, you should placo your order now. Don't delay,
phone us or drop us a card.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
' The aerrites t Bd Itoush, blgliest
. . . . I. . V.mmaI
' lain Fisyer m uir
(with $1!W. "'h
to the Cincinnati Kil. Knnas unrrjr
tllerrmann. The higher (ignre Is wuiil
I .Uousb is holding out lor -
Are you catching your share? By using the right
thing you are bound to get them.
ENGLISH SNELL HOOK
BARNETT'S ENGLISH FLY
BLUE LAEEL LEADER
Spotting Goods Store
Look for the Fith Hotel Pendleton B!dg.
Extr Good Values
LADIES' WHITE FOOTWEAR
Ladies' regular $7.50 white reignskin pumps,
high or low heel
Ladies' regular $7.50 white reignskin pumps,
high or low heel $3.;0 to
Ladies' regular $C50 white reignskin oxfords,
low heel .
Ladies' regular $1.50 white canvas oxfords,
Ladies' regular $G.50 white cross strap pumps,
Ladies' regular $4.95 white two strap pumps,
LADIES' WHITE SHOES
Ladies' regular $10.00 white kid shoes..
Ladies' regular $8.50 white reignskin shoes..
Ladies' regular $6.50 white reignskin shoes. ..
Ladies' white shoes, values to $8.50, now
40 Cash Stores
743 Main St
Perf ectSholdri and Anna
liltlTISll women wix
UXVDOX, April "3. (A. P.) Miss
Alexa Stirling, champion of the Ameri
can women golfers, today suffered dc
Itat at the hands of two British cham
pions Miss Janet Jackson, holder of
the women's Irish title, and Miss Cecil
Leltch, champion of England."
Although the American player turn,
ed in a card of 161 for the 36 holes,
Miss Jackson came home with 158 and
Miss Lcltch with 160.
The tournament, the first open event
In which Miss Stirling has competed.
vas for the "golf illustrated" trophy, j
Nothing equal tHe
beautiful, soft, pearty
Cream renders to the
shoulders and arms.
Covers skin blemiihrt.
Will not nib oil- f-ar
superior to powders.
Send 15c. for
Tir .. :u nnnnimeo thnr wp have made several
changes in our orchestra for the regular Saturday dance
given by the American Legion.
Vnr- rl alien musif" our Ol'C hestra is unexcelled. Every-
1 " . .. i-.-i t -i un
body welcome, uooa time guaranieuu. xoui
OltKGOX TEAM l.OSI S
SEATTLE, April 23 (A. P.) Tho
University of Washington baseball I
team wim its first Pacific coast confer
ence game hero yesterday by defeat
"ng the University of Oregon, to 1, on
Denny ield. Gray of Oregon had the
Fun Dodgers tamed until the third
vhen Washington wored a run on two
hits. In the fifth Washington scored
five runs. Ieonard held Oregon to
two hits, one a triple by Rellar in the
irst Inning. Oregon 1 24, Washington
i 11 2. Hatteries Gray. M. Latham
md I.esid; Ieonard and Maloney.
7 to 0 lead In the first three innings.
The Uainlers garnered fourteen hits
off Fittery and Jones while the f-'acs
touched Gardnef rr a like number.
Sacramento started scoring in tiie
fourth but was unable to stop I':?
Rainier sluggers and base-runners.
ONLY 14 HITS
SEATTLE. April 23. (A. P.)
ittle won a batting duel from Sacra
nento Friday. 12 to 7, after taking a
Mrs. Wilson's Letter Should
B-s Read by All Women
Clearfield. Pa.-" After my last child
vas born last September I was unable
ppto 00 ail oi my ou
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COFFEE SALE 1 WEEK
April 25 to April 30. -
HILLS RED AND M. J. B. COFFEE
42c per lb. in 2 1-2 lb., 3 lb. and 5 lb. or
6 lbs. for 82.50.
Buy your favorite brand of Coffee this
week and make a saving of 1 lb. with
Be sure when you buy to receive the large size.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee !
Chronic and Nervous LHoeaaes are
Diseases of Women. X-ltay Electrs !
rampla Bid. Kw.ip
fhone HO-W " '
a a. m. to 6 p. m
DR. OIIMART m
In All nrant lics.
I nanlbfrvii WSk I
1 M 1
I cfA BIB-LBII I
1 rk$f FIRST CAME OF THE WHEAT BELT 1
1 7 m Sunday,
hi n . ll
I Admission 50c