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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1921.
ENGLISH SPORTS RE INTERESTED
IN PROBABLE POLO PLAYERS WHO
ARE TO PLAY AGAINST YANKEES
Crack Cavalry Teams to Fur
nish Best of Material That
Will Defend Prized Trophy.
'LONDON, Muy 1J. (Churlea .
Mcl.'ann, V. V. Htuff t'orrciipi m'cnt.)
Holcctlon f thu four ISrllbih luyern
TTio will defend the International I'olo
Utip imalnnt the Americun team nt
HiirlliiKhiim In Juno Ik hii all absorb
ing tuple 'Of conversation In society,
among the sporting Jiuternlty unil on
,Thro prominent stara nra consider
ed lure of a, place but the fuurth posl.
tlun Is In doubt. .
Major Vivian Ickttt, captain of the
team and one of the Uncut riders 11.
the Army,' In sure a No. J; Lieut. Col.
H. A. Tompklitson will piny No. 1 itnd
Lord Wodehouae will be buck.
Xord Mlt-mny, ion and heir of the
Earl of Koaebcry;. Captain A. 11. Wli
llama of the Central J ntl.it Horse, and
Colonel Harman, commanding lb"
Cvalry. MriAVde ut Aldershot, urc the
candidates for No. 2. , j
JlrlllHh. polo ucceioarlly has ii pre- 1
conlnunt Army clement an a polo
team I un essential, part of . a Hrltlsh
cayalry regiment' aporling 'iilini'iit.
Moat British cavalry officers arc weal
thy and once the poilcs are purchased
It it much cheaper to keep them In u
. cat airy ktuble thnn In a civilian turn.
Lord IX-lmcny l the popular choice
for. the open position on the teum be
cause of rhl brilliant reputation un a
cavalryman in tt hunt meeting rider
and bin proficiency at cricket.' The exc
perta uojn out, however, thai ho la a
"difficult man to mount" belm; regard
ed, u rather -too-big for the average
polo 1'itny, , -
X'apb A. Hi Williams id hint back
from India where lie whs regarded an
one of the finest plityera in the Army ,
et. He hM not been able to practice
much dace his arrival. Critic among
the expert say there la an enormous i
different) between the sun-baked, con- j
crcte-like tiiudfivbU of India and a
British polo ground. They are Incllii-1
cd to dnubt the iiiilckness or hln hit- i
ting and familiarity with the speed re-,
qulrrd on the lawn-like but spring turf j
encountered here. . j
Colonel Harmon him not played re-
cenlly. but hl ability in known. Ma- j
Jor "laultf"--tfarretti mptuln of the!
victorious BritlHh team of 1914. la also !
As regards the . American
Ievereu MHhurn. enptajn of tlm team ,
liua u hulf-doxen to choime from. For
the first match at any rate he will
doubtleaa rely on I K. Htoddurd No. 1;
Thomas Hitchcock, Jr., No. 2, und J.
Watson Webb an No. 8, with hjnisclr,
of courop ,uh buck.
An reserve he ha W. Karl Hopping
a nulck and hard hitter; (.'. C. HuniHcy,
who hardly "lake the eye" of the
British expert, ulthouKh hi horse
niunHhlp I readily conceded, und It. K.
Thomu Hitchcock 1 the Hon of the
old-time player who captained the firm
American international team back In
Ms6. He I at present un undergrud
uale ut oxford I'nlveralty. He com
menced playing ut the ukc of fifteen
and ha established hlniHelf here as a
remarkable brilliant player on Kngllsh
and continental Kround, particularly
ut Cannes, France.
Wutsnn W ebb Is a left-hand player,
one of the few In the game, und has
Hhown hlmHelf a Bplendld horseman
and u hard hitter. Ktoddard ha play
ed here a lot and hi represented Am
erica in Intel national Kame.
Kven In the palmiest day of the
-Mendowbrnok "Big "Four" Harry
Payne Whitney, the brother Larry
und J. M. Waterbnry. and Devereux
Mllburn, Stoddard wu resurded ua the
first "snare man." x
For Mllburn It Is sufficient to nay
that he I polo exemplified. Any lirlt.
lsher who ha ever heard the name
polo ha also heard of Mllburn. He
played 1n every InternalTbhnI mutch
i since 1 (tO'.t.
When Two Baseball Chiefs Meet
NKNWTOHN SI.AM A;KI.S.
LuK ANOKLKS May 12. (A. P.)
Sacramento defeated Lo Angeles 10
to 2 In a game featured by heavy hit
ting by the vlaltor. The Senator
took the lead in the third and in the
sixth when they made five run off
six hits. They knocked Crandall out
of the box. Nichuu wu effective.
I also Kool
-j lilt, no"
TIiIm Time IjikI car.
Until made third and fourth
homers and a triple off Wllkin
aon und Kerr of the White Sox.
Peck also hit homer.
Cincinnati raised National
leaaue pennant and beat Uiants.
Pep Youns, filant. made
three trlide off lied Filer, Cin
cinnati, in four time ut bat.
Iietrolt acored three runs In
the ninth and beat WaHhlngton.
Koob Louisville, pitched no.
Ton Rume nguinat Kansa
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Serloua mattera acfmed to have been under diacuaslon when thla plv
ture was snapped in ChicaRO, BhowinB Judge K. M. Landla, baseball
urbiter, and Trla Speaker, manager of the Indians. Judge LandU watched
the Cleveland-Chicago game from the Indiana' players' bench.
Tell. Childless Women What
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Compound Did to Her
Millston, Wis." I want to irive you
a word of praise for your wonderful
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and for a cotwider
able time after WO
married I feared i
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owing to my weak
condition. I began
taking Lydia E.
Pink ham's Vege
table Compound and
now I have a nice
strong healthy baby
girl. 1 can honestly
say mat I did not suffer much more
when my baby was born than I used to
suffer with my period before I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound years ago. I give all the credit to
your medicine and shall always recom
mend it very highly." Mrs. H. li.
Jansse.N, Millston, Wisconsin.
How can women who are weak and
sk'klyexpect or hope to become mothers
of healthy children? Their first duty is
to themselves. They should ovjrcome
the derangement or debility that is
dragging them down, and strengthen
the entire svstPm. as did Mrs. Janssen.
by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- ik
laoiy vimfsmiiu ana men tnev win w
in a position to give their children the
blessing of a good constitution.
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Men's Moleskin Leather Vests . W-J-J
Men's Heavy Wool Sox 49c and foe
Men's Kahki Riding Pants
Men's Khaki Pants . gJJ
Men's Khaki Coats in Norfolk Style J3.4o
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K CUE NIC, May 11. (A. 1M
Vahini,'tin tate coIIi-kc took a 4 to 3
victory from the rnlvfrnity of orevon
nine In a i-'ame here yesterday after
noon. Kninlsi n jioled hnmc for tre
Kon In the firnt ami .antller for ll'.e
Cougar in 'the fifth.
JAPS W IN CONTKST
CIIICAUO. May 11. (A. P.) The
Wiisecia imlvcTHlty. Japan, baseball
tm won the second came of it Am
eihan tour, defeatmi; Northwestern.
17 to 1, ycsterda. While the Invad
ers were mukliiK 14 hits, the Ameri
ca n were held to two safeties. Kubo
ta, Waseda' shortstop, had two trip
les, three h nKles and a base on balls
in six time up.
m:ri:ui:i: stoiti:i oti:st.
NKW YOltK. May ):'. A. I'.)
Kid WlllliiniH of r.aitimore. former
ba!itauiweii:bt chiimpion, defeated
1'aekcy o'Cutty of Niv York in the
ninth round of a 1 2-rour.ii match last
ni;ht when the relercc stopped t lie
contest to save the local boy from fur
ther punishment. o'Uatty was knock
ed down 10 tunc. Kacb vciirhtd
120 3-4 pounds.
FAKE 'COUSIN OF
PAPERS WERE STOLEN
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
The recent stale inspection of the city of Pendle
ton was a wonJei fi.l thing for the buying public of
our city. It gives the public the knowledge from one
who is an expert in his line of the merchants who are
most careful with food you are consuming daily.
We are proud of our inspection report as it is 100
per cent eaniury, and shows we use every care in
handling the rood yt.ur family consumes daily.
.You didn't see our name among the ones who vis
ited the judgeand aid fines, did you?
Why not be convinced as many others have been
and make this Sanitary Market your market? ..,
Our sanitation your gain in health.
Dirt and Filth your loss in disease.
WIN K(.i.i:n :.mi
SAX KHAXf JSCO, May 12. (A. I'.)
San I'ranci.sco won a raKEed Kiime
from Salt Ijikc yesterday. 11 to 7.
The Seals Kot u five runlcad in the
first inning and clinched the Kame In
the Mh when Akticw put t lie ball Into
left field bleachers, wotinK iwo men
ahead of him. The Hees knocked
O'Poul out of the box in the third in
ning. Lewis succeeding him.
CHiN-AC.O. May 12 (C. P.) Ev
erett Hardinn, the self-styled cousin
of the president," was scheduled to be
appointed assistant secretary to the
chief executive, his attorney claimed
when Everett went o ntrial char-'id
with l;iii!'rs"natiji.a govern mint offi
cer. '"Papers arranelnprfef fttw- ho
pointment were stolen from Everett's
home after he was arrested " Henry
Heligman, the attorney, told Juilsie
Ijindis In federal court. Sellpman fil
ed a demurrer to the Indictment.
NEW YORK. May 12. (I". P.) J.
If. Thomas. Kritish labor leader, ran
Into a warm reception when he landed
here on the Olympic. A Freat crowd
i t Irish American laborite were at
the c'ock carryin? .'lyincr banner -with
the inscriptions "Judas hanged him
si If. what is Thomas going to do?" and
"Thomas betrayed the British miners."
Prominent Japanese women hr ve j
decided to organize a woman's peace i
association to promote world peace. It
Is the intent of the organization to co- i
operate with similar associations in
other countries. "
MOTOI1CV4 I It rol.ICK.MAX
PORTLAND. May 12. (V. P.)
Federals arrested 11. It. Leviuson, a
motorcyrlp policeman, on the charge
of robbing the Kansas mail train of
I two sacks ol registered man in of...-
I NKS TOI-: HOI.II. her, 1911. Tiny nlline Levinsons
.CCM.I .MIil'S. ()., May 12, (A. P.) I real name is William Kerfoot, a for-
-StuiiiHlau Zbyszke. world' chain- '. mer mail clerk for the Leavenworth- j
plon heavy weight wresfler. de feated i Miltonvillo run. Cndcr a grand jury j
George Kolzonaros, local heavyweight j indictment in Kansas he jumped bis
in straight falls tonight. The chain- : bonds. Federals claim they obtained'
pion Hccurtd both falls by toe holds. ; his confession.
the first in 65 minutes and the second i
in 13 minutes.
I u are alwa;. confident
t t.it yttur beauty liasbteo
tw-veit-f-td To the luiihest
ol iti poisibililw atier
cslns Gouraud t Oriental
Semi 15c. for Trlnl Silt
fell. I. Hapt.i-i M
A 1 t I 11
I V H
ON MY STOCK OF
If you need a pole now is your chance to get one.
I have an extra large stock ranging m price from
$2 00 to $65.00. A slow season has curtailed selling.
In order to reduce stock you are to get this saving.
GOOD FLY HOOKS, $1.00 DOZEN
Buy while the buying i good.
Sporting Goods Store
Hotel Pendleton Bldg.
Look for the Fish Phone 646
MAXV HITS MM)i:.
SHATTI E May 12. (A. P. I Se
attle overcame a 5 to 2 lead by Oak
land in a fifth Innituc batting telly in
yesterday's game ami walketl away
with an i to fi victory. The Rainier
took eighteen hits off three Oakland
pitchers while the visitors poled 11
hits off the same number of Seattle
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No. 1 Badger Jacks, each , $3.50
Waterbury, 3 cylinder rumps, each $5.00
Alemlte Oiling Systems $10.50
' Johnson Horn Buttons 75c
Dry Cell Batteries .each 45c
White Disc Wheels, per set '....$47,00
We ulo have a complete stock of ' Genuine Kord Parts for
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Stillman divorce suit, leaving ine
Bar Association building. New York,
where he has been conducting sec
ret hearings on the cae
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Special tables for Ladies.
Home cooking our specialty.
Open from 6 A. M. to 12 P. M.
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n SERT03aKCES,lWlK OR SHIKE 2-3
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Tickets on sale) on show day at Thompson's Drug Store
At same prices charged on show grounds.
BEST BUTTER, pound 35c
Wessons Oil pint 33c; quart 63c; K gal. $1.20
Crisco. . '. lVa lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; 6 lbs. $1.25
Best Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 rolls 25c
Tomatoes, 2 cans
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 95c
Olympic Pancake Flour, large pkg., 3 for . .$1.00
Prunes, large size, pound
Hills Red Can Coffee, 1 pound 48c
Ensign Coffee, White Package 30c
Carnation Milk, 7 cans