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AMERICAN SOLDIERS niv thitmt?
GIVE PRECEDENCE TO BASEBALL
WITH COMING OF WARM WEATHER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, . THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1021.
Eight-Team League Formed
With Soldiers as Players;
Other Sports Relegated to
COHL.BXZ, May 5. (A. I'.) Tho
baseball season on the Hhlnu haH
opened and now n full swlnif. The
tho nailunul gamo follows the Amort
'nil flaK. Uncle Knm's iirmy here ha
a "blK li-amie" of IIh own anil, with
the coming of spring, baseball Iiiih tuk
tn preccdcnco over nil other forms of.
Coblenz h(in three teams entered In
tho It-ague, while nines friini Andcr
Haoli, Ncuwieil. Engcr. .Mayen unit
imyn inane up the i-liiht teams. Two
games ore played each week hy all
teams and, while It Ih too early in the
season to predict whether any T
fVbbs or Ik.be HulhH will lie develop,
rd, the brand of baseball which Ih he.
Ing dlHhPd out here would compare
favorably with hlich class amateur or
seml-prnfe.udomil tea inn which lay
Saturday games In medium sized cities
In the rutted Mates.
: lk-sides tho regular league, everv
company hag IIh barn-hull nine: and
from theHe uri taken from lime to
time ambitious youngsters to graduate
in tFio "big league."
, Hpxlng and soccer football which i
huvs been to tho fore during the past I
winter have nim- practically been rele.
Rated to the second place. The Third
Untallnn of.the Sth Infantry won the
soccer championship from Hie Second
naiuiunn or tile Mh Iiifnnlry and the
footballs have now been put In cam- I
phor until the fall. j
Hoxing, In spite of the hot weather, j
"till retains much of tho vogue It hnsj
enjiiyed during the winter. At the !
Young Men's Christian Association !
Liberty Hut a few evenlnus alio ,o- j
tween 4,nno and R.uon officers and i-n- !
listed men. with (ieneral Allin nrcu
P1ng a ringside seat, gathered to sea
a ten-round bout between !cn Hog
gins of Jersey City, the featherweight
rhanipinn of the Amerlean Army of
Occupation, nnd I'denaril, the French
champion, who had come up frwn
Mayence to try conclusions with the
The French champion won and, al
though the doughboy were greatly
cllsaiipointed nt the defeat of th.-lr
favorite, they cheereil the winner wllh
as niurh enthusiasm as If he had been
one of them. Home pretty fair fight
ei h hae been developed.
The basketball season closed early
In April and the pennant was won b
the nth Infantry.
Officers have become uibllcted to
the polo habit. Four teams are play.
Ir.S si-ml-weekly ironies anil tin. coo,.
muiidliig Ki-nerul is taking a deep li,.
tcrost In the games. Hi- Is oni.-oiiran-Ing
young officers to take up riding,
as he told the correspondent It was
"one brunch of thu service in i.i.a.
we were somewhat behind the other
urmles of occupation on the Ithlne."
This deficiency Is being promptly re
The sluing trials of the Coblenz I!ac
liif Club whli'htook ,lace early in
April developed' some spirited racing
over the half-mile truck. Forty-four
horses, ridden by American army off.
cers were entered In the five race ,..,a
I lit for the absence of bookmaiii n.,!
airair would have looked like real rac
ing at any well reg dated track.
The V. M. I". A. is maintaining 3(1
tennis courts ihroiiuhout the area and
nine courts In Cobleuz.
A golf course with a well appointed
clubhouse is in operation at Alrdrom
Held a few miles out of Coblenz.
Another well frequented spot is the
army iihrary composed of 3f,o00 vol
umes under the management of thr
V. M. C. A. and which Is opened to
oincers ami men from one to ten p. m.
The Salvation Army canteen and
Men's club Is also very popular with
lioth welfare organizations are do
ing their utmost to make ihe Ameri
can soldier In Oermanv feel somewhat
nesrer home and it Is the cmsensus of
opinion, from the commanding general
down, that they are doing wonderful
work and that their departuro from
the field would create a void which It
Would be impossible to fill.
ID RECEIVE SHB1S
COMPETING IN MEET
Marksmen From All Over Coast
Expect to Try for Prizes;
Estes, Matlock From Here.
i ii'.u-n i .iLn. a, mm n mum V
I'OllTLAMJ, Or., Jluy 5. (A. I'.)
Tiapshnotors from all over thu Pacific
coast are expected for Ihe. thirty st-v-emh
annual registered tnurnimeirt of
the Sportsmen's Association of th
N'orthwcst, to bo held here under the
auspices of Ihe I'ortl; ml linn Club
May 6, T, S i-.nd
The program for oiienlni: day. Mav
. will consist of six strings of twenty
targets. Thero will also be a twenty
five target handicap, unknown angles,
lor the Sinails cup.
The Dupont Anaconda trophy Is
also up for competition. Tills is a
tweiity-tari.-et handicap event, un
known unuli s.
.A NHS Ol'ICI
CHp-AiK), May ra
tion ileniaHing an In
filed vesterilay before
ASKS Ol ICK TltlAl,
. (A. P. i A petl-
Inimediate trial was
'lIllV before Jlldire Mellon:. 1.1
hy Arnold "Chlckl" Oundil, former
first baseman of the Chicago White
Sox. (jandil was one of the players in
dicted in connection with alleged
"throwing- of the is 19 world' series!
i itMTi iti: cxi six iKvrit
NF.W" YOltK. .May 5(A. I'.i
Ceorge (Jreenbnrg. lx, a local boxer,
died yesterday from a fracture of the
skull which he suffered Tuesday night
In a bout with Joe .Marcus, a llrouklvn
The second day's program opens
with six twenty-targi t 1 vent s.
Walla Walla llrowulee trophy event,
twenty target handicap, unknown
a tig len. in also up. Competition for the
I'ayton medal is also arranged for
Th- third day. May s. will open with
s!x strings of twenty targets. It Is
followed by the Individual champlon
hlp. This will be for tw-nty turrets,
handicap, unknown anglos.
The Noithwct haiiilli.'iu will nlso
be held. This will be for fifty targets,
unknown nn-;li s.
The card for the fourth and final
day f the shoot will consist of six
strines of twenty targets.
J. If. Kstcs alK ('. C. .Matlock went
to l'ortland tllis InorniPL' u lier.. Ihev
"ill try their h;-nds at shooting whip
they are transacting businos in thi
nly. Kstes is the representative of the
It'ol and (inn Club to Mtr-ml to t!c
executive committee an Invitation U
hold the mi'j shoot in Ivndh ton.
mere's an aJvan
of the Standard
Oil Company vihidi
combine to make
C. ef quality
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
SANITATION j j
50 Cases of Small
Three Dozen 50c
Sweet and Juicy .
Phone 453 At the KIrh of Service
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
l.osK I Ultoits
1.I1S ANiiri.irS. Mav S (A. IM
Salt Lake gave a wleid ficbiing demon
stration yesterday and I.os Angeles
won, M to . The locals clinched th"
game In the fourth Inning scoring
three runs on two Mingles and four
errors. In the elghiii two h-ts and
'hre,. mi.- plays accounted for two mure
j STANDARD OIL C0MPANvS
tCAUIORNlA) V , CPjy
I'ltvox wox ciim: 'otit
SI-'ATTI May tA. V. 1 -Vernon
won the second gam- of the series
here vestcrrljiv 1, c, ,nutt . .,o hitfin .
after losing a first Inning lead to Seat
tle in the sixth and coming back with
runs in the n-vcnth and ninth, to a
final score of 4 to 3. itoth Jacobs and
Shollenback pitched tight bah.
KMH'D IN MUST l!M M
I'lTTsnriii;, pa., May a. r.
Fred Kulton, Minneapolis heavy
weight, knocked out Jack Temple of
Kan l-'rancisco, in the first round of
"heat was to have been a lo-rcund
l out at the Irish benefit boxing show
last nisht. The bout ended after the
men had been boxing one minute end
:'.;! seconds. Fulton dropped tempi"
with a left to the Jaw after Temple had
lakon the count of nine.
(ISY Till; STAI'I )
Kaig wields a wicked stick, as his
hitting last night proved.
I (ii'and sports stepping softly in the
' morning when the fair s. e. comes
j doivn t.i the office with a grouch.
' "r pitching ringers in tho horseshoe
i league. 1
Who's caught the biggest fish yet j
; this yea-".' I
And who has th- best alibi for his
1 failure'' I
I'honographs operated by compress
ed air keep the thrones moving in the
underground tubes of London. The
instr.iments are equipped with sound
amplifiers. The rc-cords last about a
week and contain such messages as
'Ki"-p Moving. IMcase," and "Pass t
Finally Relieved by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Ladies' Patent cloth top Oxfords, sizes 2'a to 4 83c
Other Oxfords and Pumps, sizes 2a to 3'o.. $1.00
An assortment of Ladies' Shoes, good serviceable
values, sizes 2, to 7 $2-9,)
Some exceptional values in Ladies Waists in various
colors and sizes fo'o-
A few Georgettes $3.9j
Don't overlook us for your needs in Men's Work or
Dress Pants in any size or style, prices ranging
at $2.45, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 and $6.50
40 Cash Stores 745 Main St
We have an exceptionally good
buy in a late model Dodge Brothers
Roadster. ELLIS - SCHILLER
CO. Phone 983.
ENGLISHMEN CAN 00
on imputation of the Middle
and Southwestern I'nited States tie
- i-aseo 1 2.4 per cent in the last six
vears. This falling off in prison popu.
lation of tills section is (-univalent to
more than the combined prisoners of
Kansas. oa. Wisconsin and North
and South l'aliota in 11M4.
Some FACTS About
Tim i Mvr.its.w, c.Mt
Jlerc are. authentic figures from the Ton! factory al Detroit.
They show you Just how many Kurd cars and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1:121 and how many have
been sold to retail customers, In the I'nited States.
Total Production 127,074 Total Retail Sales 20S.032
showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex
ceeded production by S0,!i!iS l-'ord cars and trucks!
April requisitions already specify 107.7 in additional cars and
trucks and the estimated April output of thu factory and assem
bly plants combined calls for only 00.000!
These fur la clearly show that the demand for I-'ord products is
Krowlnp much faster than maniifacturliiR facilities to prodnro
and wro It not for the dealers' limited slocks, which are now
bclnB rapidly depleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to wait for their cats. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, unffl a bis surplus of orders will prevent anv
thing like prompt deliveries.
If you would be sure of linvlnu your Koid car or truck wien
you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay,
phono us or drop us a card.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water and Johnson Sts.
THIS TIMi: LAST YK.VI!
The llrowns scored ei.uht runs
in the fi-iil'lh en seven hits, an
error and a base on balls, beatillH:
Detroit 12 to 4.
.ioplin made si succssive two
base bits off the Sioux city club.
l'aker. New York rniversity,
hit a homer -w ith two en hontin.y;
4- 4- 4-
I.OMMIX. May 5. (A. 1 '. ) A New
York banking concern lias ilemon
stiated that an KiiKlishman cad b
witliout bis afletnoon cup of tea
long debated question.
I'lficcrs of the American company
decided the half hour or 4.1 minutes
iisiiaily allowed workcis in Kimland
for tea each aliernooii consiivitcil an
unci ocssary waste. So the word w-nt
tbrouhoiit tile company's several
la'K" branches In London docreeinu
i .-a -i'-ss a i' ernoons.
Tbcr--- v-'e many i. itiliuc rcyisi'.'a
lions of iniii-.naiit disapiuoval. Dis
c,u was no b;-s ni'-re-l on the part
of 'be men employes ot the concern,
but ass'ir-inee was t;ien tli.it .nc or
der must I.,. obeyed ami the four
o'cloi k lalllil-!; ot Icacili-s ceased.
The i -o I o p H II y's CXi-elts have report
ed no diio'nutiou of e:' iciency on the
part of tin- tiv-1 of; tp:sts ai .1
i.leri s. mi Ihe icntr.ir- tley rt-purt
an in. ri .i.-ed output t-r letters cm
ll.ore iilll.-k'y tallied balance jee .
' n'o i . i-icrie'i n comoaiiii s ui,
l.-iiT." bi.-iiicbcs in I'licbi i.l haw I ;
interested observers of the eperiinent
ii:;tl are . 'lc.s.oei ilm lis .oloptioi:
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Ravenswood. . V a. "For seven long I
years I sulFored from a female trouble ;
n'"i!.(!i"i'i5t'.iand milammation so i
li U1 - ' 11 th it I was not able I
ISi-.tiltiiHit mv housework.
I consulted several '
doctors but none i
seemed to pive me j
relief. I read in a :
ijier about Lydia
. finkham's Vetre- !
table Compound so '
i decided to try it, '
and before the first i
ittle was pone I j
und creat relief so
i conrmuea usintr u until I had taken i
1 eipht bottles. .Now 1 am very well and
j can do my own housework. I can gladly
recommend Lydia E,Pir.kham's medicine
'to sutferine women. " Mrs. Hkhtha
Lir.RlNG, R. F. D., Ravenswood. W. Va. I
The ordinary day of most housewives j
is a ceaseless treadmill of washing,
cooking, cleaning, mending, sweeping, ,
dusting and caring for little ones. How
much harder the tasks when some de
rangement of the system causes head
aches, backaches, bearing-down pains
and nervousness. Every such woman
should profit by Mrs. Liering's experi
ence. Remember this, for over forty
years Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable
Comound has been restoring health.
For a Real Smoke 1
FAIR AND WARMER MEA&S
If it's in Tackle we have it.'
A COMPLETE LINE OF BASEBALL
Agent A. G. Spalding Co., the best.
Hotel rendleton Bldg.
Look for the Fish
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
1W the death of Howard J. nun
nery, prominent nttsburic clubman.
Miss Carroll McCoiuns. actre, le
ronira sole heir to his entire for
tune. Miss McComas met Flannery
1.1 yearn uko while he was a student
Mt ForUliain ViUversjlJV
"No-To-Hac" has helped thousands
i 'o break the costly, nerve-shattcrina
' tobacco habit. W henever you have a
' li nlnn for a clKarette. cigar, pipe, oi
for a chew, just place a harmless No-:To-l'ac
tablet in jour mouth instead,
j to help retlexe that awful desire,
i Shortly the habit may be completely
! broken, and you are better off niental
i ly. physically, financially, it's so easy
so simple. !et a box of No-To-Hae
; and if it dosen't release ou from all
craving for tobacco in any form, your
Icruitnist will refund your nionejr
.. 1 1 nu ut question.
Now 2 for 15c
Butter, pound 40c
CRISCO. 1 1-2 lbs. 40c! 3 lbs. 70c; 6 lbs.
W esson Oil. pt. 35c; t. 65c; 1-2 gal. $1.20
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat, pkg 10c
Tomatoes, 2 cans 25c
Best Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 for .... 25c
Olive Oil (Reimbarto) pt. 0c; qt. $1.50
Large Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 tins 40c
Be sure when you buy to receive the large size.