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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1921.
GEORGES WILL TALK ABOUT MOST
ANYTHING RATHER THAN ON HOW
TO WIN FIGHTS, REPORTERS FIND
, Frenchman Gqts Impatient and
Talks English Fluently When
.Interpreter Gets Stalled.
NEW YOIlK. May 25. (Homy I...
Knrrcll, U. I'. Waif OirrcMiiomlent.)
If you wunt to learn tho beat way I"
ruh,e a buliy jjlrl, f y()u wojIU like to
take mime loHHoim In inichlnv a dim
tricks, If you want to inks n (fond item
ln nt any kind of a curd game but
poker, ul (icoifuK Curpi'iitlcr on your
If you have a desire to talk lioxing
or get some hiNiilor firm ha nit Infor
liintlon on who'll win Ilia li.mpHcy
t'arix'nller flKht, consult anybody luit-
3'hc trim, fnHtldloiw yuuuir French-,
man who Journeyed over hero to meet
Jack Dcmpuoy for the worW'H iham-
I'loimhip will talk fluently about every
tliimt but hid bunlnewi.
CarpentUr can sii'nk fluently too.
Do picked up a lot of KiiKllh frorn the
T" nimlci and DoiikIiIiovk ilurini; (hi;
war but ho wax a little bit backward
laHt your about unlnjr It.
The newspapermen who went down
thn bay to meet hint on hlN recent ar
rival learned with Homo mirprlac Hint
Hie Kniopeaii heuvywi-lnlit champion
can hhake a wicked toiurue on UiikIIhIi.
Hefuro boarding tho liner, the
Hcrlliea made tlie pleaaant dlncovery
that one of their number could apeak
Kienrh. After making u perlloun hk-
eent over the aide of a ropo ladder, the
reiKJilrrH incut Cat pcntler und his
ni uiavcr, DcNruiiipM. imo the main
Haloon where all gathfied around a
table and proceeded to crus ex
amine UuMCiinipH through tho Inter
preter. Cai pentlcr found the Intervlcwins
mich i hIow proccN that he butted In
ii ml niMWertd nil the iiucHtlonn In per-
Can England's Champ beat Molla?
"When did you pick tho language,
fleorre?" ojie of Hie HiirprlBCd icrlbea
"I had It biMt year," ho anawered,
"But I didn't have the. nerve to uae It."
The Frenchman dldu't bring' filunji
the trunka foil of fancy clothea that
ho h id with him the lout time.
"1 came over to run over tho road
and work on a farm, not to walk on
youn Ffth Avenue. I'erhnpa utter
July 2ml r will put on what you call
tho Klail ru'4s," ho wild.
The police don, "Klip" a Mg Htronij
fellow Alio uiiH lllto. a wolf, la Car
pcntler'B bent pal. Around the train-.
luff ouurfra at .Miinliaiwet. "Flip"
wan the Frenchman'!) niuacot during
the war and hum a lot of action around
"Flip" 1h very particular about the
way h! young maatcr In treated. A
straiiKe hand laid even an lightly on
1'arpcnticr'n shoulder brlnpa a threat
ening growl from tho animal, he bare
a mouthful of long teeth and the hair
cornea up on h!n back.
"He'd be a Bood imslHtant at tho rim?
Hide," one of the reporter remarked to
"Yea he would If I needed htni,"
the Frenchman came back with one
of hi aiullea. .
Bad Blood Disfigures Young Faces
; With Unsightly Eruptions
The mortifying- and unuiifhtly
ekin and facial disfigurements on
young people from 14 to 20 years
old are seldom -due to anything
worse than impure blood. The
young bodies are under
going important changes,
and the blood stream is
often filled with poison
ous waste matter.
In such cases only In
ternal blood remedies can
relieve. The impuri-
ties must be cast out and' the vital
fluid enriched before the disfigure
ments are cleared up. For this you
naturally want an efficient, tested
blood remedylike S.S.S., tho fa
mous old herb medicine.
Start the young lolka
with S.S.S. today (your
druggist has it), and
write us about their con
dition, addressing Chief
Medical Advisor, 841
Swift Laboratory, At
FOOTBALL WILL BE
TAUGHT AT SUMMER
. SESSION OF 0. A. C.
ANfiF.l R T.VK R K
SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 23. (A.
V.) l oa Angelea bunched hits off Fit
ter' In the Hevcnth Inning here yeHier
day and took the firrt content of the
scrlc by a 3 to 2 "core. Itclnhurt dis
played much stuff and hurled a nice
KK.VTTI.K IS VKTOIt
I)8 A.VGLCI.Kf, May 25. (A. I'.t
Scuttle lieat Vernon, 4 to 2 The TUr
er took th" lead In the second Inning,
but the 8iashe bunched their hit on
Ixjve in the sixth and In that inning
indue three runs on a triple, two sin-f,"!"-
and an error.
(Midland n woir.uii liitiiin i liuiiiplon. .ihh t. J C'ull er, looks as thotmh she
ti'8 to i i,p tho iiiliwitnul "Aonmri tert.'f I lie. 1ut Miilla DJurstedt Aim-
wiii'iaii rnami mi. re rniTFT v ny to mei l A'is ton; er bi the Intci uatii fi-
nmiel'i'M - .
OAKS III AT KlvXI S
FAX KUANC'SCO. May 25. (A. IM
Winn was hit freely yesterday but
lightened up In the pinches with the
result that Oakland defeated San
Franc'aco, 6 to 1. Couch pitched air
tight ball up to the sixth inning, when
hn weakened and allowed three runs
on four h'ts. He was taken out in the
eighth after letting in two more runs.
The Seal only run resulted from
Kaolin's home run In the fifth Innin;
A course of football under It. IJ.
Rutherford, director of physical edu
cation, has Iwen announced for the
college summer uossion at o. A. C.
The theoretical work will cover the
rules from the standpoint of coach,
players and officials together with the
several styles of offense and defense
with .consideration of their special
strength and weaknesses. The prac
tical work will Include training, condi
tioning, jiiayer'H equipment, punting,
the varioUH kinds of kicking and tackl
ing dummy and charging sled. Special
treak pluys and fundamental piays
will also lie considered.
Instructional work In basketball und
baseball with the Idea of f.tlins men U
coach will also be given. Other sub
jects scheduled are swimming, train
Ing, tennis, school room games, gym
nastic for rural school teachers, and
eh mentary gymnastics. A foil pro
gram Is announced in physk al educa
tion for women under the direction of
Miss Kdna A. Cocks.
Mid-Week Veal Special
YOUiNG, TENDER MILK FED. '
VEAL STEW 12 l-2c
VEAL ROAST ..20c
SHOULDER VEAL STEAK .... 22c
LOIN VEAL STEAK - . . ... . . . . 25c
VEAL CUTLETS 25c
VEAL CHOPS . . . . . ; . . . 25c
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
PhoilC 435 At the glgn of a Service
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
I . I S XVII AI K M-IAVKHS
SALT IJUE CITV, Ctnh, May 25.
(A. P.) Salt Lake whaled two Port
land pitcher yesterday afternoon In
toe opening; giime of the series, win
iiIht by a score of 13 to 2. Iteiger, al-'
though w ild, iillcwed the Heavers only
four safe hits. Portland twice filled
the bases, hot the needed hit was not
forthcoming. . Mrown and Sand lilt
THIS TIMK LAST YKAU
Ruth hit his seventh home run
off Leonard. Detroit, on tho
Muoree, Athletic pitcher, beat
the White Kox with a homer
with one on.
Tho Cubs made five inns off
six hits In the fifth inning oft
Chicago University and Kalo
I'niversity played a ten inning
tie at Toklo.
The Red So beats tho Itrown
on Hooper homer in the
us u story Inld In the Oklahoma desert
before It was named Oklahoma.
It in "I-uh!i(:i," an adaptation oi
John Ureckenridge Kills' novel, and
showing at the Arcade Theatre today.
As picturlzed by Kdgar Lewis, It Is a
play In which you feel the Immensity
of the desert and the infinite beauty of
the varl-colored walls of rock that
tower above the Western horizon, a
you would not bclleve'poMstble on the
ALT A TODAY
di; Mii.i.r. Kii.M has
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS Tlk
A ComparLsoii Will Convince You.
Men's $25.00 Riding
, Boots $14.50
Men's $7.50 Brown
Dress Shoes... $5.00
Men's $5.00 Work
Men's $6.50 Dress
Men's Light Weight
Union Suits . . . $1.00
Men's Full Cut Work -
Shirts . .'. 79c
Men's Suits $18.50 to $35
Men's Work Straw
Hats ... 25e and 35c
Men's $2.00 Caps, $1.25
Men's Summer Hats 95c
Men's Overalls 95c and
Army Blankets, all
wool . ..... . . . $5.00
Gloves ; ........ 10c
40 Cash Stores
745 Main St
A breath-taking story and a brilliant
east are the combination prom'sed In
William De Mille's latest picture.
- Mills imnii-r Madness," at the Alto
The story -was sdapted from Cosmo
Hamilton's novel. "His Friend and His
Wife." Mr. Hamilton Is well known
as the author of "Scandal." "The
"Blindness of Virtue," and many other
successful plays and stories.
The plot centers around two young
married couples who are close friends.
One of the wives Is bo lavish with the
notwurd expressions of her lov for her
husband that he becomes a bit tired of
her. Now that she Is so completely
won, ho longs for new' fields to con
'iner. His friend's wife, on the other
MOW SMT UNA, Kin.. May (A.
P.) Izaak Walton scarcely would be
lieve his eyes If her were to walk
through the country near here and en
counter negroes dlgslng live fish from
tho ciound as if they were potatoes,
and even persons accustomed to the
miracle of this age would look twlcv
then set out In search of an ocu
list. A certain vurlety of mud fish
found In nearly all parts of the state !
responsible for th's.
T Is queer members of the finny
tribe Inhabit stream or ponds which
luivtf mud banks or bottoms. Is black
and weigh up to five or six pounds.
When the water in a pond exnporates.
us It does during certain seasons of the
vear. leaving only a msss of mud
which on the surface is practically dry.
It doeyn't worry' the fish. They merely
murrow Into the mud to wait for rain
and apparently continue to live as long
as the earth la wet. The negroes lo
cate them by exploring the mud with
their bare feet.
The fish is edible but Is not a favor
ite Ivecause of Us stringy and course
Fdgar Lewis, the man Vim has ;
brought to the magic carpet of the j
Ht rcen the grest Northwest In "The I
Parricr," the immeasurable majesty ,
of the ftrand Canyon in "TJje (ireat
DivMf," the slumberous beamy of the
ou:h in "The Par Sinister." now gives j
THE LOST CITY
RUTH OF THE
hand, is blessed with a husband who i
more Interested In business than In
her; she crave romance. So the over
loved husband and his friend's under
loved wife are attracted to each other.
In a moment of folly, they commit an
indiscretion, that nearly ruins four
The cast of "Midsummer Madness"
Include such sterling wreen players
as Lois Wilson. Jack Holt, LUa Lee
and Conrad Nagel. The picture ha
been sumptuously produced . and
abounds in moment of iinuiiual dra
matic strength. '
Dr. Lynn K. Blakcslce
Ctoronle and Nervous lneaea tutt
"Itni-tr Of Women. Ray fclec'r
'in pi. Rldg Room 1
ti.w- tl-W 7 P. O. Hot M'
DR. a II. DAY
PhyMCMui and Surgeus
Kooms tt and ZB Smith-Crawfort ;
Telephone TM Wa T4-R
t a. m. to ( p. m.
tfiMlcna ItaiitMry .
In All ItraiM-lias.
' Itcliublc nicclianitiil uttention pivon to your Ford
means more service from your cir and leas cost in its '
operation. Let us take care of your car. Wc have
the mechanics who know how and use only the genu
ine Ford materials and only ask the fixed, standard,
Ford factory prices. As you value the use of your
Ford sec that it is kept mechanically right.
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
JACK CHILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
SERVICE Pendleton, Ore.
President Obregon, of Mexico, has
ordered the return of all properties
ci2ed bv Past governments In Shihun-
hua. Sonhulla,. Tamanllpas and Nucvo
lon, including that of the. Mormons
in Chihuahua, tracts owned by Luis
Terrains and hinds ubnndoned by
Americans when revolutions broke
broke out. -
Rumors In Important labor circlet
say John L. Lewis, prevalent of the
Vnlted Mint Worker of America,
will be a candidate to succeed
Samuel Gompers head of the
American Federation of Labor.
T A Today
Children, 10c Adults, 35c
JESSE L. LASKY Presents
WILLIAM DE MILLE'S PRODUCTION
A DRAMA THAT RELIVES THE PIONEER WEST
Adapted from the Novel by John Breckenridg-e EIIU
A Drama of the Early Days Li Oklahoma
THESE PEOPLE KNEW THE WEST
With simple sincerity they unfold to you the human
drama that flowered in the pioneer days of Oklahoma.
You'll thrill at the immense open spaces, the beauty
ing sweep of a blinding sand storm. You'll hold your
breath at the lightning swoop of the riding outlaws.
You'll thrill at the immense open spaces, the beauty
and wondrous charm of primal nature.
w. And you'll laugh a bit, weep a bit, with the rose of
the rancho, the lonesome cowboy, the cynic, the outlaw
and the schemer. - ,
A Powerful Picture, a Dramatic Masterpiece
CO.MKOY -XO IJMJIKS ALI.OWK1V
Wi'-h Lois Wilton, Lila Lee, Jack Holt and Conrad Nagel
You whose one-time lover may now be
merely your husband. You whose sweet
heart has come to be only a wife. Do you
often wonder where the old romance has
And if so, in a moment of mid-summer
madness, something should re-awake the
first w ild ccstacy
A drama that pierces convention's ve
neer and shows what real love is and
Mack Sennett Comedy
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