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PAGES 7 TO 12
PAGES 7 TO 12
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, STURDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1921.
WHAT PENDLETON 'GRADE Ml SPEED DEMONS
SCHOOLS ARE DOING
1'uplln of tho third Kiudo hud Kev
in I picture taken Friday l.y their
teueher, MImh Anna lliowii,
The doll hoima made by tho third
tirado, four rimmH eomiileli' with
fin itlMhlUKK In flnlnhed and ruKH maclo
by tho pupils adorn cue h floor. Tha
flnlihliiK touch wiui tclvt" Friday by
li.mKlng white curtuin at tho
Karl Kloatho hug returned aticr it
Kird Warnntrom reeelveil IiIh reiul
Iiik eertiri.i.to und twelve bnltoi.H for
rxeellent work In wrlllnK.
The following )tilH "f the ev.
in I, grade were exempt from ex
iimlnutloiiH In HuhJectB; Kuthryn
FlinpHon, Hcrdy Harrnh, Catherine Kl
lluit, Myrtlo Mlniim, Floreneo WhI
t' lH. Hernurd Walter, Tom linker mid
Jink I'eeliler. I
The Blxth ifrude exempt Ioiih were an
follow: Ijiora' lliinniuiweti. Ilonnie
Ze'ieny, v. iIIIb I-ei'klldci'. Opal Hleves,
Zeleny,- llenevleve Morand, (ieralil
KiiK'lelmrt, Jessamine lcel'tH'l, and
As next week U rxunilnution week
unit thin the 1 11 hi week of reKiihii
ciaaHi'H, thu llawtnorne puplla und
teathera nave the piinelpnl, (Jcrtrinlt.
E. Naah, u xurprlno, by ealllim' un ns
aembly of the puplla of the vhtIhiim
grade 111 the eltihlh rnde room and
carrying out a wcll-arraimed and vein
1.1. m Hi iik : .row i ;i n i .
MIhm MhIiIu Johnaon then played a
niarrh and a repreHentatlve of earn
grade niniclii'd thronch the room,
showerlni; the pi'lnclpara (leak with
beautiful bnihimta of roues preaeiit
ed by tho different gradea.
In behalf of the puplda ot Haw
thorno aehool Hay Mal.ieney inauu a
ahort tall, and preacnted Mrc Naah
with a beautiful Ivory hand mirror,
a remembrunee from all of the
I.NIil.W.M'OI.IH, Intl., Muy 2X.--(A.
I.) Kinlit more cum qualified
yesterday for the filio mile Internati
onal aweepatukijH uutomobllo ruce,
making a totul of IS eligible to luce
the Murted Monday morning.
j Andre Kolllot made tl.e beat apeed
today traveling- the 1I miles at un av
Jerage apoed of 7.tl miles per hour
I und Howard I'lleox, winner of the
j 1919 claaalc, wan next with un uverage
of nil. Ora Hulbc (jualified Itesta'a
ear ut B3.5. forum, liene, Thomas,
Kenny Hill, Itiley lirttt and Albeit
(,uot ulao iiialllied.
Babe Ruthv Without Kis Bat
' If; 5
, i ' i . ' -
Whl'i mining here? The blp atlck, of rourse. Vnu've aeen no many
plcluret of lMt Hulh nt but that here am two to show he' valuable to
'lub In plhrr ways. Big leamie iiiHim.eia nnv Ikilie'a nlmnni an zoed kill
' !n borne run hll of ennipetitoia b fia Holding an h U uc inr?trt them
ut. Vk. the Mtrnd M th bat he off (left), and makes h; each as
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
A Real Grocery Store
And Meat Market
There's quite a distinction between the common
garden variety stores and ours. Ours was . built to
render 100 per cent service. First and foremost is
the high quality of food we offer and second is the
care we take in getting it to you. If you aren't a pa
tron of this store you're missing a real treat.
PhoilC 455 At the Sipi or a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have If
Kcliable mechanical attention given to 'your Ford
means more service from your car and less cost in its
operation. Let us take care of your car. We 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 see that it is kept mechanically right.
JACK CHILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 SERVICE Pendleton, Ore.
.ii;itic.x ti:xms stak wixs
ST. IM.Oll), France, May 28. (A.
P.) Arnold Jones, the American ten
uia atar, defeated M. Coiiatn of
France, In the Prat alnglea match of
the world's hard court tennla rham-pion.-hip
which opened today, taking
three alralght aeta.
ltUTI. M I! .T AM WIXS
1'OltTl.AND. May . 2. (A.P.)
Hilly Maacolt, the Portland bantam
weight, won a in-round declaion over
Pal Moore of Memphis Inst night.
Hobby Harper of Seattle, won from
Kddic Mahoney of Chicago.
Do You Know
To catch fish you must use the right kind of tackle?
When you buy tackle from me that is the stamp
of guarantee. ,
Fishing Tackle Man
Try our hand made Fly Hooks.
Hotel Pendleton Bldg.
Look for the Fish Phone 646
Ladies White Footwear
We carry a complete line of White Canvas Foot
wear for women and children at the lowest market
: y r,rA COO tVlPTTI-
and Uxlonio wan mi
litary heels $2 15-
Ladie.s' 2 strap Pumps
with military heels,
price ; $2.05
Ladies' cross strap
. Pumps and Oxfords
with military heels,
Pumps with high er
military heels, turn
Ladies' White Canvas
Shoes with high ov
low heels $1.95, $2.15,
$3.15 and $4.95.
Children's White Can
. vas Mary Janes, 1
strap $1.85 and $1.93
40 Cash Stores
743 Main St
SXOW liKIMMtTI l IX .MONTANA
11K1.KXA, .May i'S. (A. P. I L'ght
snotta are reported at widely acparntcd
places In Molilalia tho fall being
heaviest In the Mountain section!).
(IJY THU STAFF)
lilll S I.OSF. ONI-:.
, SALT I.AKU CITY. May 28. (A.
P.)- Four wild throws slaked thi
, He nvera to u long lead this afternoon
and Ibi-y won an easy victory, 9 to 3.
I Tlnv Hoes could do nothing with I "I II -!c!tc.
Flaher und Poole knocked home
runs, the latter with one on. Karl-
club has now won two guinea of tin
roi it hit ;.mi:.
S.U'r.AMKNTO. I'al., May US. (A
P.) A one-hit game was lost by Nie.
hiius. Sacramento pitcher here today
when I.jh Anircles defeated Saovimen
1o by a score of 2 to 1. Aldridgc of
l.os Angeles iilloweil only three hing
lex Two of the four hlta made In
the (mine were home runs. Pick iim'
l.lmlimoie hitting- tlKin. One 1).'
Angeles run was the result of errors
Tomorrow will be the final day's
sport In the series of ahoota that have
been held by. the Pendleton Hod and
Gun club during the past six weeks
under the auspices of the national aa
aoeiution. The trophies that h:ve been huns
up aa prlzea probably will bring out
some good shootine.
For the baseball fan there's the
Weston game with the Ducks.
And the Rolf bugs will hold forth
at the links where the final day s
sport of tho tournament will be staged.
Which la our idea of quite a lot of
variety In the way of sports.
Marshall Spell has a real problem on
his baseball team that he will have
o handle soon.
P'viuld n bii cuy like r.iry be retain
ed on first when he can't make a bet
ter batting average than a little guy '
like Olson ut second ? !
.Mutt and Jeff are tied in atlck work
,'or this season with an average of S.'.S. ,
and Marshall can't figure out what t. !
' - !
If Hill doesn't break the tie Sunday,
there will be something doing. ,
Great sports getting Ice cream
eones off of Dan and Pat at the carnival.
STKIKK STAItTS IN NOKWAV 1
Ni;V YORK. May 28. (A, P.) A 1
ceneial strike started in Norway, aaid j
,dlspatches. The government called;
I the troops to assist the police at
I Christiana and other cities. I
m . .t-
Get t-aurm iroro w-
Canadian Pacific Railway
I block rf rwr t.n Und. yjo JiEKtlTl? ercntrr
X menu lh.1 rmH " " Tb. bM or Irom print'
firm Uad & -r-
H pnm WO HrW.
Your Last Big
tJntfl feu 'nd dtwd of
Cwiiao Pacide Kulwmr offero
ou tbm most wooderf al oppor
tsnitr in the world to own farm,
rwfa in Wtm Cnd. It offer
to Mil yotj fwm lands in th n
WD prunes KMI im il,,irkrirtMf lAn'M " - '-''
fandt of tho Llordminatr and H York.r h'atHon to tmwitw od m4m
Batuoioro umntw t wua mvt wi uT. uoo't ioy jt buthc
Albmi nd Sliatgiv-won or m ITirA, hi: mtHm. ThM
nro wnnw " t
fom cm achitot iuopaod
No Sale Without
TM Caautfea rHHfc rt
M a ftm jmta r
nd rrr (WIM( vmmmnm
, Catarrh lb a local diaeasa greatly Influ
enced by consiitutf -nal condition
! HALL'S CATARRH MiDTCINK la a
, Tonic and Clooxl Purifier. By clanaing
1 tin blood and building up the System,
"I ALL'S CATARRH MEDICXKtf restore
j normal conditions and allows Nature to
j lo Its work.
i .Ml DnjKKists. Circulars free.
' F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
lanitoba for aa anrmMOf BbOSk
111.00 on oars.
Twenty Yaare to Pay
If You Wish
Tho Canadian PoeAe offrro yoo)
tbM Lud ondor o pUn ! long
term, easy poymeni. wot mmam ,
down 10 per cont. Then you havs QmOm.
Do poymmto on th principal un- .
til tho end of (No fourth eor, then omeea
annaol poytnenU. Interest 6 per ecnt. In
Vntro. Bka'.H-w,c - Hf-TWbrH
orew the worWipmr wheat. Worn pro
oata wero gnrn at Uoyuns tester.
No Taxes on Improvements
There is o small tsa on tho land, hot . tnore
ars no taxra OO l'e stock, Dandmcs,
improotmei. unoOTneots or prnol
offcU V,oo4 mviflts. modem scnoots.
roads, ohnrcbos. moossoonts, saaka fom
tribMt iMa of Cosodtoa It mm it 0 stsosrsrt
To mrm hiTM M
th Botmm CsnaiaO
It BmI Otrta Strt,
Special Rates (or
And Full Information
SlMd.l rItwT imtt. for tiMMMkjr.
iuiwctioii T. Sl 1 mm-
rwl wttiM fort aiun oot tend nM.
II. C. BOSWOHTII
ins .Snrasiie At.-
SI AI.S II WK ttAMMT 1XKT
SAX I'-liAM-ISi'lt, May 28. (A. V.)
'lnul wm his sivth sti-iilKht (rimp
vi-MN-nluv, Wh" Krant'isrti sliullln oul
(iiiklanil, 111 to (I. (I'lmul w;im lill
llaivl hut iiod Milpport saveil liiu vrv
ord. ICrrorH liy the Oaks wito re
Kl.onsihW for four of t ho Si'als' runs.
Arlctt rillt'd tho Ixiw.H with San I'lan
rlsro batlcrs in the st'oond tnnfiiK.
I'ori't'd In onp run and llifn utartcd nil
aigriinipnt with I'mplre llyrnn nvcr a
third Hlrike. Ityron ordorcd Arlctt to
tin- clubhouse and Krcmor went into
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to si:i-: ikhiiav's i Kiirr.
NKVV YOUK. May SS. (A. P.)
Ucoi'Rch ("arpentier will lcae his j
'"Hiartcru at Manhassct. I.. I., next '
Monday, lone enough to witness the j
Mike (ilbbons-lturtfield and Tom Oil- '
bons-rilfford bouts at Kbbets ricld, j
r.rooklyn. lie will be Introduced j
from the tinir In bis final public up- 1
pcarance before nicctinir Jack Ucinp-'
sc at Jei-sey I'it.c, July 2.
yi;t 12 IWIX.S. ,t
l.os A(ii:i.KS. May (A. I'.)
- Seattle took a 12 iiiTiinjr t;a:uc fronili
'ei nop yesterday four to one. Thc
visitors 01-c.w first blooil In the first!:
timing anl the Timers evened the score :
In the sixth. In the 12th the SI- .
washes made three runs on two slnRlca I j
and two over-throws by Third ltase-i:
man Smith to first bae. j
Wins Honor !i
This past week, May 22 to 28. was Forest Protection
week. Kverybody should try to make each week l-'OUKST
Look out for the spark rind tiny flame no matter who
starts it. which would spoil our HI NTING. FISHING and
(.'AM PING places.
Watch your camr fire
Build it on bare dirt
Scrape the leaves away from
Put it out before you leave
Bury it! Be sure it is out!
Protect the forests, they are valuable.
Protect your valualilis by renting a SAFE lF.POSiT
BOX In our vault.
Inland Empire Bank
pi.Mi.irro. oi!i :i(N
McnilM'i' of the Federal llcscrc Sstcni;
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PRICES $1.00, 75c, 50c
Plus War Tax
Reserved Seats, Peoples Ware-house.
& ... rati a t. t it rn 11 1 "
q All lliosc Wishing to Jlave iiifir ncia- o
I s .1
tives lloting Plairs Improvcil
2 or 3 weeks, making air-tight vaults, reinforcing
Miss Kloi-cnce W. DI::on of r.alil
more la suing to the Cnlvemity f
Brussels. Belgium, s t cxctanBe
fellow from John Hopkins l"m
crsity. ihe is one ot lw bo o
Before Decoration Day, can call or come to the q
cemetery. I will be making improvements there for
q cement slabs lettered, curbs, cement alley.
For Information Call 202 M.
SCI 111 .UNO'S PEST CO FFEE
1 POUND 12c
2 1-2 POUNDS $1.00
5 POUNDS 82.00
Ptt Cnffiv Value on the Market.
P,EST liUTTEPi, pound 35c
Best Crepe Toilet Paner, 3 rolls 23c
Ci iseo l'j lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; G lbs. 2T
Wessons Oil. . . . pint 33c; quart 3c; -2 gal. $1.20
Olympic Pancake Flour, large pkg., 3 for ..$1.00
Tomatoes, 2 cans 23c
Hills Red Can Coffee, 1 pound 48c
Carnation Milk, 7 cans $1.00
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c