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Carpcntier Changes His Mind
) About Retiring From Ring
," After Fight With' Dempscy.
NEW YORK. May (Henry L.
Furrell, V. P. Staff Correspondent.) i
Cleorgea Carpcntier will nol retire
from the rlnR after hla fight with
bempaey for the world'a champion
Khlp, Fruncgia Deeeainpa, hla manager,
uld here today.
"So, all In till, Curpenllor has derid
ed to atay In the ring. He will have
time to take cure of hla extensive hila
IneHH cntorprlxea between fight".
"Although lio wna alnrerc in hla in
tentions to (Uit the game, 1 felt all
along Iliat ho would he unable to lu
it aa he haa modo boxing hla life's
work. Me has been In the riiiK since
he wua fourteen yearn of ace und the
gamo haa worked audi a fascination
on him thut perhapa lie will never
"Cnrpenticr flrat considered retire,
mcnt from the ring after the battle of
hla Ufa, but he haa clianKed hla mind,"
hla manager and trainer, euld.
'; "Win or lose, George will continue
to' meet all camera from either aide of
the water, lis will maintain hla train
ing cump at La. Ouerrhe (a auburb of
I'nrla), making hia homo in I'aria aa at
"It he wlna, he will defend the
world'a title aRainat all challengers. If
li loves, he will defend hla present
tltlo aa light heavyweight cliamplun of
Bhortly after Curpentler was mur.
rled it was announced by the Krcneh-
man that Mmc, Carpvntler didn't like
the Idea of having her husband knock
ed about by strange men and that he
would retire from the ring after nicot
This was considered a very logical
step, since It Mas thought that Car
peiMicr. being In no tired of remuner
ation from hia ring activities, wns
.merely seeking glory und that he
would win no prestige by losing to
O'nics on thla side of the water
walled "If he wlna, of course, ha will
retire. The title will be put on cold
atom go In Paris with the national rel
ics and it will never be fought fur In
I'Ubllc opinion more than anything
else forced Carpcntier to waive the ob
jections of hla wife and remain In the
ring, according to Detcamps. ,
, "When the announcement of hla re
tirement waa made In 1'rance, his
countrymen raised such a chorus of
rntwsi inai e was lurceu o rcirmi
hla statement. '
"Friends of Georges said It would
be a ahamo for him, to cut hla career
short Just when he was In his prime
for sentimental reasons. They also
pointed out tt"4l'oiiKrri to hlsl
SET FOR STIFF FIGHT
LONDON, May 19. (A, I'.) The
main topic of Interest of the moment
in llritlsh golfing circles Is what -will
bn the outcome of the match to be
played Saturday at Hoyluke between
American and British teams. Experts
are generally agreed that Great Urlt
uin will liavo to put forward her
"strongest contingent of golfers. The
teams will be made up of eight men
on each side.
It Is generally assumed that places
one the local eight will be given to the
amateur champion, yrll Tolley and
K. W. K. Moldernesa, a favorite for the
coming championship and M. W. Sey
mour, who recently won the Golf Illus
trated Gold Vase.
Of the American players a great im
pression has been made by Jesse Chill
ford of Hoston and Dr. l'aul D. Hunt
er of "u Angeles, both of whom have
made Moylakc links In 72, one stroke
above the record. llritlsh experts are
of the opinion that Charles F.'vans. Jr.,
American national amateur champion,
Francis Ouimet of Hoston and Hobby
Jones of 'Atlanta, will provl worthy )
opponents for any men that Great
llrltaln selects. . i
In fact, all the players on the team
of Captain W. C. Foivnea. Jr., ore of a
class which will enable him to put a
team Into the field having no apparent
npRUE economy as well as energy
X for a good day's work begins r rTjSJ Vl
with Olympic Wheat Hearts VSTVli fM--r
for breakfast. Vrfrt 1
Scientifically milled and umltaHlv packed. 1 JilSLS, 00M
wrapped and ualtd-lht OL YMPIC Lint ' '
Here Are the Prices
That you've been waiting for. If you have put of f buying,
it has paid you to wait, for here are some of the biggest
bargains offered this spring.
OXFORDS OR PUMPS
12 styled for your selection
Priced $2.45 to $3.85
CANVAS OR KID SHOES
6 styles for your choosing.
Priced at $1.95 to $6.50
LADIES' FINE BLACK
LADIES BLACK SAILOR
Priced $1.45 to $2.95
LADIES' GAUZE UNION
Priced at 49c
in sizes 2 1-2, 3 1-2 and
4, while they last
The pair, 85c
LADIES KID OXFORDS
A real bargain
Priced at $6.50
SIC.MJi W.AT SEATTIJ-:.
SAN FHANC1SCO. May 19. (A. P.)
ftin Francisco defeated Seattle. 5 to
4. in n fust same vestcrdav. Ellison !
knocked a home run in the first in
ning ith Schick on third, sturting the
Seals off to a lead that was held un
til the eighth inning. Ruth's hit in the
ninth brought in the winning run. Se
attle nearly overtook the Seala in the
fifth by knocking Iewla out of the bo
after three runs had been scored.
nnlly eventm; the score In the elghili.
WIS Si t (,(.l; MATCH
SAfltAMKNTO. Cul.. May 1. (A.
!' Oakland slugged the ball In the
game with the Senators here yester
day und plied up eight rung on 14 hita.
Four Sacramento hurlern were treated
roughly. The score was 8 to 14.
LAW IN EFFECT MAY 25; -
Section four provides a penalty for js
any umpire, manager or director whojj;
does not use his Influence and ability js
see that the games are played hon- S
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That Please You
When the woman or man who buys the gro
ceries knows that the food that she pruchases is of
first quality well, that is the most important thing.
We're at your service any time, and with the kind
Phone 455 .At the Sign or a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
,IOI K1TY III I1T IX 1AI.I,
LoriSVIM.K, May 1H (A. I
Connelly. Jockey, riding Nugent broth
ers' nominee in the seventh race at
Churchill Downs yesterday was pain
fully injured when his mount fell over
Sugs, ridden by N. J. L!areiirMlio had
fallen near the first turn.. "Both Con-1
nelly and llurncx were badly shaken
up and bruised and Connelly suffered!
a compound fracture of the Jaw. The
horses were not injured.
PORTLAND. Ore.. May !'. (A. P.)
Oregons new anti-gambling baseball
law, recently passed by the state legis
lature, goes into effect May i'5. Vio
lation of any of the four different sec
tlomt of the bill render the violator
llutile to Imprisonment in the state
prison for not more than five years or j
by a fine not exceeding J5,0U or by ,
both. .... .-.,.. i
UIUTISII MILITARY SHOW.
LONDON, May 19. (United Press)
The Royal Naval and Military Tour
nament the annual prize show of the
British army, navy and air force
opened today at 6lympia west London,
with the customary pomp. The Duke
of Connauyht declared the Tourna
ment open, and King George, Queen
Mary and other members of the royal
I Cigars I
1 Now 2 for 15c I
family wltf-risltTTiF show before it
Section one deals with persons wlio!t,m,s june 4
The tournament is a series of com-
POKTI.AX AtTl'AI.Y WON
LOS ANUKLKS. May (A. P.
Portland found Los Ang. es pitchers
eiif.v enen ay and took ; f:rst game
here this season, 9 to 4. The visitors
knocked . dridge and Iteirh u-' out of
the box. The Angela rallied In the
1 ninth, but It 'was too late.
'STRONG MAN' SUCCUMBS
AFTER BENDING BIG BAR
AND HOLDING 18 PEOPLE
HAVANA, Cuba., May 19.
(A. P.) Sudden death claimed
Theodore I.uttof. the "Cossack
Ifercuies," after performing
feuts of strength In the National
theater hero during a wrestling'
carnival the other day.
He had twisted Iron liars and
supported upon his shoulders a
steel rail to which Is persons
were hanging by their hands,
without apparent ill effects, but
lifter the performance he drop
ped dead while emerging from a
Hr.- Ford Owner
You all know our new shop foreman, Jack
Childs. If you don't you ought to. Come in and get
acquainted with him and the brand of service that
is used. Wc know you will bo pleased with the
He uses genuine Ford parts to repair your car,
assuring the, utmost in endurance. The prices are
right, too. We make them right.
Simpson Auto Co.
The Home of The Ford and Fordaon
Pendleton, Ore. SERVICE Phone 408
attempt to bribe players nut to use
their liest efforts to win a same. Sec
tion two deals .viih players who accept petitions for horsemansnip, a sworus-
bribes and section three is in reference manship, bayonet-fighting, etc., with
to any person's attempting to bribe L m , djs ,a )f s,,eciaist branch-
J.npires. managers or directors of a , Kniineers with die-
game not to use their nest crioruj wi"
hat the :me is played honestly. 'plays ot nnoge mnioing miuer hit.
Hundreds of people are aa
tonished and delighted
with quick and PERMA
NENT relief they have re
ceived from our wonder
ful new discovery, Asthma
Sera. Hay-I-Vver and
.Wlmia. with all their tor
tures. BANISHED KoU
EVEIt. Tear out thla an
nouncement and send at
II. M. B. LABOHATOIOKS
SIS Alaska IUilg.,
your Instruction book
Old oil should be drained from the rrankcase at
regular intervals and replaced with fresh oil.
This statement is mad because engine operation causes
road dust, carbon, fine metal particles and other impurities
to accumulate in the crankcase oil. The gritty oil circulates
through the engine, impairing its performance, and u.ti
mately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
These careful instructions from the manufacturer are
often disregarded; cleaning the crankcase is a job generally
To meet this need Modern Crankcase Cleaning Service
has been established by first-class garages and other
dealers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company.
These garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, the
scientific agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
impurities and does not impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh oil used. The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the
proper grade of Zerolene.
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the siRn shown
below, it means "Better operation mud longsr entfine
ON MY STOCK OF
If you need a pole now is your chance to get one.
I have an extra large stock ranging in 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, $1.00 DOZEN
Buy while the buying is good.
Sporting Goods Store
Hotel Pendleton Bldg.
Look for the Fish Phone 646
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
London report! aay Miaa Megan
Lloyd George, daughter of the
British premier, may eoon announce
her engagement t Sir Philip 8ai
won. the premier'! aeoretaxr.
"(in better opevatim
Idaud longer er$nc life.
BEST BUTTER, pound 35c
Wessons Oil. . . . pint 33c; quart 65c; . gal. $1.20
Crisco 1VL- lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; G lbs. $1.23
Best Crepe Toilet Taper, 3 rolls 25c
Tomatoes, 2 cans 23c
Van Camps Tork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c
Olympic Pancake Flour, large pkg., 3 for ..$1.00
Prunes, large size, pound '. 10c
Hills Red Can Coffee, 1 pound 4Sc
Ensign Coffee, White Package 30c
Carnation Milk, 7 cans $1.00