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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1921.
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LIVELY NEW BALLS
Use of Resin by Pitchers to
Enable Them to Grip Ball
May be Permitted Soon.
I.OH ANOBI.KB. Cnl., J.IIM) 4. (A
p.) a winter hasehall league, com
posed of two teams In Kan Francisco
and two In Lou Aniteles may he formed
at thn clone of the present Pacific
Coast I jinx u seawm, It wnn announced
here yesterdn.v hy Georite Putnam, sec
rotary of the Knn Francisco club of the
Pacific Coast league.
Putnam la Mild to have discussed the
plan with President John F. Power
and Kd ward Miner of the fi Angeles
and Vernon club respectively, ana
they are reported to be favorably dls
poaed to the new organization
The second Knn Francisco club, It la
said, probubly would be called the Mls-
p of hnndlcn.pcd pltchcrs.by "'" ,"c"e"
the uae of resin on flna.-r in ',",r ?' 1TvU"" Jnr
mi Minn in earn series nun uern icma
lively tirranKed. Putnam wild he plan
ned to K" Kant soon to learn whether
major league atari could be Induced
to play In the winter league.
NFW YORK. Jine 4 (Henry I..
Farrell, U. P. Ktaff Correspondent. I
Admitting that a lively hall la In use,
even If not Intentionally, hosses of the
national pastime nro now looking for
measures to curb excessive hitting. .
If the American league will concur,
the National League la willing to come
to the hel
Veteran pitcher, such n Fred
Toney and Klinf Bailee, have maintain
ed the barring of realn an unwarrant.
ed menaurn In a for na Ita uae to dry
damp fingers and Rot better grip on
the balls la concerned.
Han Johnaon preldent of the
American league, recently admitted
the.new hall Is lively, but. he quoted
the statement of the manufacturers
that It was (he result of the use of a
better grade of wool, that Rave the
phere more resiliency, rather than an
Intentional desire to make It go far
ther. Players have maintained all along
that the ball was, livelier, harder to
pitch and more difficult to handle.
mil Kllllfer, star catcher of the Chi
cago Cub, snld recently there was no
doubt the new ball had more life.
"One of the new balls hit squarely
will either ride. out of the yard or line
down the Infield too hot to handle,"
he said. ' "I've seen hnlls driven
through the Infield ton faat to be seen. I
"Increase in hitting Is not due en- j
flrnW tn th hnn nn trunk flflvjrip nr
the new Ditching rules Pitcher's who f
never used nd kind of tricks are be
ing hit just ns hnrd a the ones who
used to use emery, resin and other
"As the ball Is harder to handle, so
It is harder1 tn pitch. It seems to take
more efforj to get fast one across
and more stuff to get hop on It."
Illiterates who are no more than on
embarrassment and who actually cre
ate arrepnrable Inujry to the moral
homoeenelty of the army.
, 1 1IOMI.RK IX OXi: C..MK
PIIILAnF.LI'HIA, June 4. (A. P.)
-i-l'hlladelphlu, entttlillshed a season
record and enuallcd (he major league
v"eNrd by refrtMerlirg wfen hnine runs
In Its II to I victory over Detroit. ".
Walker drove In six runs with hit
MADRID, June 4. (A. P.) The
reform of t"he system of recruiting the
Spanish army, which Is henceforth In
principle to be formed of the entire
youth of the nation, thus doing away
with the drawing of lots. Is greeted
with general enthusiasm.
One clause, however, of the h"'
drafted by Viscount Kara has brought
sharp criticism In the press. This re
fers to the selection of reserve officers,
who are to be chosen from among the
troops not according: to their ability
or skill, but because thlr parents are
able fo pay a premium, which will be
calculated on their wealth, those pos
sessing the most money being called
upon to pay more.
The newspaper Kl Sol protesting,
asks: "Is It the Intention to make all
citizens go into barracks end to im
pose on them the leadership of a caste
based on money power? Thla appears
to. be abominable.
"What Is being done thereby is to
levy a tux on the vnnlty of those in
numerable youths without a profes
sion who aspire to wind In the wear
ln of a uniform a kind of reason for
their e-aisUMife, It la. dangerous tn
speculate with things referring to the
army, despising the really Intelligent
class and form'ng a caste of wealthy
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Sugar is low fruit is coming in , abundance.
There's no better time for your canning than
right now. Strawberries are of the finest qual
ity and the price is extremely low. Jars, rub
bers and in fact every thing for a satisfactory
canning is here at low prices.
Drop in look over our stock.
Phone 455 At the 6lRn of a Serrlo.
-If It'i on the Market We Have It"
IN ROUND-UP 101
(East Oregonlan Special.)
GrilDASn. June 4. ;l'atsy Pvnugh
tey, youngest child of Pat Doughtey of
this place died In Pendleton Tuesday
night. He hits been In poor health for
some time having tuberculosis and
was taken very bad the last of tho
week when he was taken to Pendleton
to be near a physician. IUs remains
will be buried Thursday at the Vinson
Mrs. Charles Kly returned home Sat
urday from an extended visit wIMi rel
atives In the Willamette valley. Hazel
Ely will spend the summer there.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Clark and Mrs.
F. Hull of Pendleton came up Sunday
and called on relatives at Nye end
Butter Creek, returning to Pendleton
Sunday nlrht. Mrs. mill will be re
membered us Miss Florence Frailer.
News was received Wednesday of
the death of Mrs. Peggy Olmstead at
Pendleton. Mrs. Olmstead has been .in
poor health for some time, being some
where In the seventies. She was a
sister of Mr. Wymore of this place and
an aunt of Dnvld Wymore. The fun
ernl will he held In Pendleton Thurs
Vern Cates made a business trip tn
Pilot Hock Monday after supplies for
the store. He returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. Hoy Montgomery was taken to
Pendleton last week suffering with a
tooth which had been pulled and had
taken cold In It. She was able to rg
turn home the last of the week.
Willie I-e and wife spent a few days
at the Tom Belts ranch on Butter
Creek last week while Mr. and Mrs.
Belts were In Pendleton to attend the
funeral of his sister, Mrs. Barlow
They returned home the last of the
week, Mrs. Helen Belts and Mr. Bar
low and three children accompanied j
them home. 1
Frank Olllllnnd went to rkiah last"
week for a few days visit with his aons
Arthur and Arden.
Chnrle Nelion and family, Mrs.
John Llghtfoot and Mr. Frank Chap
man went to Pendleton Friday to Mrs.
Tom Gurdane and family and Mrs.
John Bhen spent Kunday and Monday
with Roy Montgomery and family.
Miss Madge Nelson left Wednesdny
for Portland for a short visit.
Danny Daughtry returned the first
.. I. ... n .1 tho Vet.
OI low in-B iiijii, ,t m. j
son rancn nN,r irmuun c-Mmn.
will stay on the Nelson ranch on But
ter creek while Charles Nelson and
wife are on an outing at the Lehman
John Ross and family nre moving
to Ckiah for the summer. John going
to tend camp. Mrs. Donald noss and
family have moved on the home ranch
on Butter Creek.
This weepin rednrtion of $140 is made by the Ialley
Litfht Corporation by arbitrarily accepting a heary m,
believing that so drastic a reduction will result in in
creased tales, which will in time wipe out the losa to
Already farmers have responded in large number know
ing that this offer will expire May 31st.. unless sufficient
orders are received to keep the Lalley factories going at
full speed which only can warrant a continuance of
this low price of $485.
So you should take advantage of this opportunity NOW
to get this highly refined Illey light at a price actually
below pre-war level. In the New, Bigger, Better, More
Powerful Llley you get:
T$ Modd IT J alley irith its ample power capacity
Thi Model IT Ixilley with U yean' unparalleled success
Tie Model H Ixilley, the mont timpU in construction
The Model II IdUy that is the mort accessible
The Model II Ixdley that in every respect "Does Mort
and Does It Better"
The Model II Lalley 'backed by a year's guarantee
Donl wait a day longer. The time is short Come in and
see the Lalley in operation, or phone or write for full
particulars. Learn how the Lalley will pay for itself.
BE SURE SEE THE LALLEY FIRST
Sturgis & Stone
Pendleton Walla Walls
Do You Know
To catch fish you must use the right kind of tackle?
When you buy tackle from me that is the stamp
Fishing Tackle Man
Try our hand made Fly Hooks. . .
Hotel Pendleton Bldg. ,
Look for the Fish Thone 616
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NOUN FOLK ENJOY
NOUN', June 4. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wells left this morning for
Bend where they will visit with their
daughter Mrs. Jack Horton who re
Among the Pendleton business visit
ors today were Charles Haul and Fred
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wells, Miss Bes
sie Jones, Claud Jones and Dick Jones
left last nisht for Meacham where they
will enjoy a fishing and hunting trip.
TII,I)KX KKACHKS FINALS
PARIS, June 4.. (A. P.) William
T Tilden, the American tennis ace,
reached the semi-finals, defeating M.
Mlau, the Kumuiuun entry 6-3, 6-8,
'i-2. The French mixed doubles team
eliminated the American mixed
louble team In two love sets. Tilden
and Arnold Jones, the men's doubles.
eliminated by French team. Tilden
wearied by singles contests failed to
recuperate, showed tendency to mo
nopolize play. The American won two
sets to five, 4-6, 6-2i 6-5. 1-6, 6-4.
LONDON'. June 4. (A. P.) The
appointment of I.ord Ry-nsr of Vimy
a-s governor general of Canada, suc
ceeding the Duke of Devonsnire, is
Reliable 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.
4. WATSOX HOIl.SE WIXS.
LOXDON, June 4 (V. P.) Love
in Idleness. Joseph Watson stables,
won the thrce-sesr-old filly classic
noit iiinkxa nt Knsom Downs. Lady
Sleioner was second and Lonsr Suit
(Viscount Astor) third. Winners
purse wius 6500 pounds. Derby course
wns one and one-lisir muc aminos.
TI1HF.F. IAY CONVENTION' ENDS.
SEATTLK, June 4. (T. P.) Fol
lowing the election of officers, the
three day Golden Jubilee Resslon of
the Columbia river district Women's
American Baptist Foreign and Home
Mission society closed, Mrs. W. L.
Tiinmnniii of Seattle was elected pres
ident; Mrs. A. M. Petty ami .virs. . is.
lllnson of Portland, home m;ssion and
r.,i,Mi iniuHion vice presidents, re
spectively, and Mrs. H. A. Calveudcr
of Portland, was elected home correspondent.
This past week. May 2S to 28. was Forest Protection
week. Kverybody should try to make each week HO 1 1 EST
Look out for the spark and tiny flame, no matter who
starts it. which would spoil our HCXTIXG. FISHING and
' Watch your camp fire
Build it on bare dirt .
Scrape the leaves away from
around it . : . ..
Put it out before you leave "
Bury it! Be sure it is out! v
Protect the forests, they are valuable.
Protect jour valuables by renting a SAFE DEPOSIT
TSOX In our vault.
Inland Empire Bank '
Mcmtx-r of the Federal Reserve System.
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JACK CHILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
SERVICE Pendleton,' Ore.
V A L U E Sv
In Keeping With the Times
No, our prices aren't high. That's a mistaken
idea about custom-tailored clothes. Considering
the calibre of the work, the expert designing,
superb tailoring and the finest of woolens, the
prices are reasonable.
You'll pay about as much for an ordinary
ready-to-wear suit or overcoat and you wont
get half the satisfaction out of your clothes.
Ours are made to your person and personality.
Rooms 7-8-9 Despain Bldg. Phone 982
THE AUNE-WHEELER STUDIO
Haa mode special arrangements to welcome graduates for
THEIR PICTURE OF PICTURES
Totted plants and flowers on hand for use In this studio and for.
accommodation of graduates.
THE SOUVENIR OF SCHOOL DAYS
Special Invitation extended for group pictures.
Phone us at 533 223 E. A lta Pendleton
SCHILLING'S BEST COFFEE ,
1 POUND 42c
2 1-2 POUNDS $1.00
5 POUNDS $2.00
Best Coffee Value on the Market.
BEST BUTTER, pound 35c
Best Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 rolls 23c
Crisco. Vfe lbs. 40c; 3 lbs. 70c; 6 lbs. $1.25
Wessons Oil. . . . pint 33c; quart 63c; A 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 Tork and Beans, No. 2 tins, 5 for 93c