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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1921
Nick Falls for Golf
Return Game With Irrigation
' Champs Has Been Arranged
to be Played Here Sunday.
ArranRcmf nu have heen made hy
Manager MarHhiill Spell to liiive'the
HormiHton taenia leave their Irrigated
country next Sunday mm crime to Ten.
tlletort for a return mime with the
Hound In Ducks. 1'he content will as
aure Pendleton fana the bent (nine
they have been grunted the privilege
of aeeln- thl neuaon. I
The Boala are minimi to net nnoiher
rhnnce at the Huikn I.ecatiHe they he- f
lleve that they were a little tun ionfl-1
dent when they mailed in Sunday J
name. With an Idea of the Hi vie of
piny tmed by the IociiIh. the Irrigation
ICaguo bnya think they enn hnw the
Wheat Ilelt klnita f few Utile trirku
about the nntlonnl pnHtlme thut they
didn't uncork In their home village..
There nhould be mime thliixn In fav
or of the Hurka up here. The field
ot HermiHton In windy, and It 'In no alow
that a batter hna about three chimera
to reitch first that he would never hava
on a hiird diamond mich iik the one nt
Ilound.l'p park. That will help Spell hz
Winn becnime they made It plain Sun. CM.inltM VIS TI-'VMS
day thnt they. ran hit better than tho !
John L. Contended in Last Bare
Knuckle Contest of Ring in
75 Round Fight With Kilrain
Nick Altrock. funniest man In baaeball. haa fallen tot (roll And on
he link he forget to be funny. He travel with the Waslnnirton club,
doing bit dally afternoon .laugh-makera at the ball park But in the
morning Nkk hunt up a golf course and doe a little aeriou vork.
Sunday was to have been IMck Hnn
ley'a Lint day with the Much, hut he
Is coming back to be In the lineup
again next Sunday. That ahould en
able the locate to have fully an mrong
on array of talent In the field k they
boamed hint Sunday. Then If Sid Wil
liam can put the kllinnh on the Benin
with the fame deadly accuracy he
practiced lant Sunday. It will only re
main for the Ducka to solve rhclpx'
atyle. The big right handed rw'.rlcr
proved the harden! man for the Hucka
to hit thnt they have met thin year.
The home run klnga In pnrtlculnr were j
at a disadvantage In trying to work I
I'helpa for long hits.
An effort will be made by the
management to get out the biggest j
crowd (if tho year for the game. I
TIIAXR I.OSK AT l-OU
Washington. June 14. A. r.)
The Cuban army polo team was de
feated by a wur department team here
II to I.
STATIC COM.KOK. fa.. June 14.
(A. 1'.) l.elnnl Stanford I nlveisity
made a clean hweep of Its tennis mulch
with I'cunsylviinla State College to
duy, taking botii singles und the
dmibles. The Westerners speedy
game was too much for tiie I'lue und
White raciiiiet wlelders. Sunniniiies:
Singles Ouvln, Planford, defeated
Heard, Slate, 4-S. 6-0, 6-2.
Neer, Stanford, lefeated Wilson,
State. li-I, K-l.
Pontiles Davie and Neer, Staf
ford, defeateil ISeuril and (Jutlirie.
State, (i-n, 7-6.
lirmiAx to Titv " n: hack"
' NKW YOIIK. June H.--(A. 1 ) -I'ete
llennun. former liuntuuiwe'Kht
champion, will nttempt a "come
back" when he meet Joe I.yneh. title
holiler. In an open ulr. 15-round bout
nl Kbbets Klelil, lirooklyn. July JR.
Lynch, defrated Hernial -lor the.
world's bantamweight honors here liit
Meceinlier. wlnnliiB a referee's decis
ion In 1 IV rounds.
MODERN FI6HT GAME MM'! 'I 'Wtmm
MKACHAM, June 1 4. Mrs. Karl
SI os it II from Kvanston, Wash., Is here
i to vihit with her uncle und aunt, Mr.
(ami Mrs. V, N. Iieuson.
Now is the time to put up
A full stock of jars and trimmings
Phone 455 At the Sign or a Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
.Mr. and Mrs. ). W. Slewart
rinupine are the guests of II. T.
1'ealy and family.
Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Nye came up
from rendleton und spent Sunday at
I.ee Todd and family. Miss Schultz
ami Mr. Williams spent Sunday am
ong the pines.
Charles Johnson, signal maintainor
was over Sunday from I.a (irande on
a fishing trip.
George tlreen received word from
Athena that his wife was very sick,
but is better at this writing.
Mrs. . P. liolierts came up from
Kleth Sunday and will spend the
week with her parents. Mr, and Mrs
l. C. Knowlton.
Art Harding is the guest of 1. C.
Knowlton this week,
v Kale Slnsher came up from Nolln
Tuesday. " He reports feed is-' tietterr
this year than last.
liny and l-Yed Wllsey came up from
Pendleton Wednesday and spent the
da: with frienda.
J. P. Casey was n business visitor
In Pendleton Wednesday.
Mrs. Will Whitley was called to
Portland this week.
Mrs. Z. Oenson and Maurice. Mrs.
Pick otten and daughters Almedla.
!io;-slo and Kffle, are the guests of
IH. Penson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Pealy and chil
dren returned home Monday from
Mrs. John Pockweiler nnl daughter
June spent Saturday in I -a Grande.
GO TO CAMP I.KWIS.
SAI.KM. Or.. June 14. Orders
were Issued today to stnrt the remov-
i al of units of the Oregon ,nonnl
guard from all sections of the state .u
I Camp lcwis and Fort Stevens, where
the annual encampment and field In-
strmttlon will he held June 15 to 30.
I Tn. nps were already warned ny pre
liminary orders issued last week, and
it Is expected that detachments will
lemraln late today at practicing ever?
Riiiml point In the state.
The coast artillery companies will
entrn.'n tomorrow fnim Portland for
Port Stevens. Two other special trains
will leave ft r Camp Lewis from Port
land, one In the moi n ng and one in
the afternoon Troops arriving at
Portland tonight will occupy sleeping
(pinners at .Multnomah county armory
according to today's orders. Cnits
traveling at night will occupy tourist
sleeping cars. .A j
NEW YOIIK, June 14. (A. P.)
The history uf the modern prize rinrr,
generally considered to have started
wilh the defeat of Paddy Jtyan hy
John I,. Sullivan al .Mississippi Cllv.
Miss., February 7. I M s 3. may be divid-1
'-u MMiKiii.v nun ihii eras. i ne nrst.
20 years in length, ended when Jef
fries stopped Poll FlUslmmnnH for the
leeond time on July :'5. 12 at San
Francisco. "Jeff," having beaten all
logical contenders was slutting down
he list fur the second 'line, prepnru
ory to retiring and handing tle tit lt
o Marvin Hart.
Sullivan' "reign" lasted 10 year,
during which the "Huston boy" de.
fended his .title in two major bouts.
Hlu mjimnrfi bin ?.Tvinn1 tmttla u'ifh I
lake Kilrain was the last champion
ihlp contest fought In America with
"Mire knuckles. This fight, one of the
men bitter in the history of the Am
erican ring, was preceded about a year
hy Sullivan's 3l-round draw with
Charley Milchel) at chantilly. France.
The introduction of gloves changed
the game. It suited Corbett's style of
fighting and on September 7, 19!.
"Gentleman Jim'' was the victor ovm
Sullivan In 21 rounds at New Orleans,
! I.s. Corbett's next Important battle in
which he successfully defended bis
title enme when he stopped Charley
Mitchell in three rounds at Jackson
Then "Itubv" Pod Fitzsiminons
loomed up. "Fitz" met Corbet t at Car
bet t at Carson City. Nov., on March 17,
lSi7 and Corbett's supremacy was at
an end. The heyday uf Fiizsimmons.
too, was comparatively short. He met
James J. Jeffries in a Coney 'Island
ring on June 9. 1K99 and e new cham
pion was enthroned who tvas to meet
the greatest men of his day and retirs
undefeated until coaxed out of retire
ment. Jeffrie beat Filzshnnions in. 11
rounds. On Novemlier S, 1SH9. "Jeff"
won a referee's decision over Tom
Sharkey at Coney Island in 2'i rounds.
In 1902. the Rig Californian heeded
t itzslnunon s demands for. a return
match and nenin stopped the lanky
Cornishman. this lime in eight rounds
at San Francisco,
j It was another battle of champions
i when Jeffries met Corbett at San
Francisco a year later. Again Jeffries
was invincible, knocking out "Gentle
man Jim" In lu rounds. After stop
ping Jack Monroe in two rounds al
San Fr3ncisco in VMH. Jeffries retir
ed handing the title to Marvin Hart
after the latter had defeated Jack
Hoot In 12 rounds at Ueno, Nev. That
paved the way for the conquest of I
Tntntnr Rurn the following year. I
bringing fistic history down to the
present era. '
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11. 1. I.. IX iSltA.ll, j
RIO DK JANEIRO. June 14. flr. ,
P.J Rio de Janeiro is Just starting its
most protrntUiii.s nwat nt the H. C. L..
Free markets are beiiiR installed in:
the Public Squares throughout the city !
where, on stated days, food stuffs will
be suld directly to the f-onsumer by
the producer. Fish mnrtrets already;
have been opened and stalls for the
sale of dairy products, meats, vetse-
table.-, prain and other foods soon will j
be added. Similar markets already )
ure functioning with considerable sue- !
cess tn the state of Sao Pitnlo and Min
LishtniiiK struck a barbed wire
fence near I;iramri Colorado, kill
ing fourteen valuable cows nlon the
line of the fence.
Fve tried tnem aj
but give me a
I'm through experimenting. No more switching.
No more trying this and that. It's Camels for. me
They're so refreshing! So smooth! So mellow mild!
Why?' The answer is Camels exclusive expert
blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos.
There's nothing like it.
No other cigarette you can buy gives you the real
sure-enough, all-day satisfaction that comes from the
Camel blend. Camel is the quality cigarette.
Give Camels a tryout. Buy a pack today. Get your
information first hand. You'll tie to Camels, too. -
-7RSJSH y dcuxsjk m
R. J. REYNOLDS Tob.cc. C.
Wiatou-Slcm, N, C
ftT j the object this summer in the govern-
nieni H urne on lis seiti iiesit- u
the I'ribilof inlands, which lie in the
Hearing Scl, off Alaska.
trnOi ShinnlH.T uf the l'ril'llof seals will
WHY bein thin Vt.ir enrlv in June and con-
ihi.nit'h tin Kiminir uimitiis. it
I was annouined iiei-e reeiuly. Last
year x.'uio seiiss were taken and this
LONDON', June 14. (A. p.i A i 'enr it i.s hoped to get I
Dublin dispatch repofte.1 Thomas j liecently the 1". S. S. .-'i.tirn of the
Kush, 35 years of age. said to be an "avy department's transport service
American navy pensioner, was shot I arrived here to b-ad supplies for the
eral yeur-i has been trying to Improve
living conditions for these inhabitants
and this year is shipping north a com-,
plere modern water svstem.
A Japanese representative has in.
t'duced a prohibition bill at nineteen
Consecutive sessions of the Diet.
to death yesterday ut JJsacul. lu-ar
Castle lieupli, by the crown forces.
J i j I i
SF AI.S AVII.I, UK SI.r;HTKPKM
SEATTLK. Wash.. 14. ( A. V.i
Sealskins coats as many as can be
jinniiii! sunmit-r cniii-ainti on the- is
lands. The Saturn is tukint; Uie Pr.
bib.fs ei'ht expert furriers from a St.
1-ouis firm wtiich ai.ts us t lie sidling
i! ire nt for the governnu-nt.
Kxccj't for the months of the seal
harvest, tho lYibib'fs al 'nt?-'1' "w' '-v
made from a bom . skins will b 1 natives only. The jrovernment for sev-
Iprononnc-Kl koritn mt mnf baiT 4rm
r wnU fof frw brtxbarc to Korvin C'a..
Itation X Nw York.
' t we'bod. NonlU. o thyroid, mo ttAr-
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! o what we claim for it cure Catarrh or
i Deafness caused by Catarrh. We do not
; claim to cure anv other disease.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is a
liquid, taken Internally, and acts through
j the blood upon the mucous surfaces ot
i the system, thus reducing the inflamma
tion and restoring normal conattiona.
All DruiTffisia. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
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Ford Motor Co.
ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING PRICES TO TAKE
EFFECT JUNE 7TH
Touring $652.78 ' Coupe .V.....:.$845.41
Runabout $605.93 Sedan $913.10
Truck .' $626.74
F. O. B. PENDLETON
These prices include starting and lighlinpr system,
demountable wheels, spare rim and tire carriers.
WE HAVE IN STOCK
Two Tourings, two Runabouts for delivery,
next shipment will not be here for ten days.
Get Your Now
Simpson Auto Co.
Freneh and relish enttiiipers, nuclei
supervision f 'he. two gnvernnients,
me pokini l recover n weulth of
colli and silver reported ' have been
hidden from the enemy hy French sol
diers In n lake near Vilna during N'a
i nleon's n treal from Kiissinn In 1812.
F.stlninles of the value run from
twenty-five to thirty million dollars.
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER s
CLEAN AND UNIFORM 5
I B. L. BURROUGHS-He Has It!
Willi. Hunter, llritlih POttofflc
lerk. ha won the British mr.teur
,-olf championship, ictntly t Hoy
SHOW HER YOUR BANK BOOK
The young woman. who takes
the chance of tying her future with
yours has practical, serious prob
lems ahead. No doubt you want to
nrovide for her comfort and happi
ness but good intentions will not pay
for a vacation, a pleasure trip or
comforts that mean so much.
Show her your bank book bo
cause she has a right to know what
you have been doing with your
money and what efforts you have
made to provide for a home.
Show her your bank book for
your own good. It will bring home
to you the need of practical man
agement of vour income and time. It
will strengthen your resolution to
save and provide for her.
Buy your Groceries all week, these are not Sat
urday special but every dav prices.
Carnation Milk S for "... . $1.00
Borden's -Milk, 8 for $1.00
Uird, Armour's. 10 lbs. net $2.00
Lard, No. 10 tins $1.70
Schillings Col'fe, 2,2 lbs $1.00
Schillings Coffee, 5 lbs $2.00
Hills Red Coffee, 1 lb. 43c; 2'i lbs. $1.10;
5 lbs . $2.20
M. J. It. Coffee, 1 lb. 15c; 3 lbs. $1.35; 3 lbs. $2.20
1( Bars Crystal White Soap $1.00
1( bars Boh White Soap $1.00
Gallon Sweet Tickles $2.00
No. 2' Tins Peanut. Butter 10c
3 lb. Tins Beanut Butter $1.00