East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 02, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Image 7

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    THE EAST OREGONIAN WILL HAVE THE FULL WIRE REPORT OF ASSOCIATED PRESS ON THE BIG FIGHT BESIDES U. P. AND 1. N. S. RECORTS;
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1921. : '
DEMPSEY BACKED BY . J. P. Morgan and Wife at Boat Races pilllIIIIIIIB
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IIIUIiLI UUI ULUIlULJ L trr ' I JtJt fi .! .St...fanon. HiH work In the Northland has been not only, heroic but of (renici.du.is importance In fcj
inftril riliniMTr ! "s ' ' ' ,1. I JS VtT Cf 4 , r i' "j, ,. 4 s the realm of geographical research. He explored 100.000 s-iuarc miles of the l'olar heas ana an.-
Pf A FAlnD lT D ' J?, fUA Vf' VV'4vfc , ' m covered i, Ian wimil, have altered the world n,ap.
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Pendleton Fight Fans Put Cash
on 'Heroic' Jack But Will
' be Happy to See Him Lose.
'If tlin expressions (,f sentiment mean
anything Pendleton today wan hoping
that Ciiriientier would win the riilit
nnd expecting that It would be easy for
Konipscy. Of course, there were mine
who wanted even a man of Dompsey's
type to win JuHt boeaiiHC he Is a citizen
f these I'nltrd Mutes, hut most of the
fmiH 'ivern Ktrong for the Frenchman.
Mont of tha betting wun nut on wh
would win but on how bmir t.nirpentier
could Htay. There were very few
francs" to bo placed that Georges
could win, but most of the small bets
that were mado were that DempHey
would scorn a knockout by a certain
round. About four rounds seemed to
bo the opinion of PeudletonluiiH nSlie
probable length of the go. .80 with lo
cal men, for Carpentler to stay
throughout the fight menus the loss
of an much money an for him to hand
tho shipyard hero the sleep potion.
IF CARPENTIER WINS HE
WILL BE RECOMMENDED
. TO LEGION OF HONOR
I'AUIH, July1 1. (U. V.)
Should t'arpentler lieat Deinp
wy, h will bo recommended to
the legion of honor, according to
a report. Ho may be cited r
gardletw of the outcome. Kecre
tary of physical education Vidal,
Is not denying the rumors. , He
cabled Carpentler the support of
tno entire French nation.
Nol,1 American writer and correspondent who makes bis Initial .aiitau.ii:. appearance tl.
Hiimiiicr before Ellison-White audiences. Macfarlane to one of the h ading contributors to tho Hat
nrday livening Post. Colliers', and many of the leading national magazines. He is rated aa one of
the best public speakers in the country. '
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1 TOE JUGO SLyVV ORCHESTRA
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Jin orcnesira irom t cntrai Kiiropc mat is eimieiy iii'i"'- i " V.
First Western Cliautaui"a tour follows many seasons of Kuropean successes and notable t.aatern
engagement. They play various size of Hie tumburica, their household Instrument for generations.
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Seven Days Filled With Splendid Attractions
TWELVE CONCERTS! TEN LECTURES!
A Big Play Production!
SAM LEWIS COMPANY
Sain Lewis, the distinguished Welsh tenor, has been in concei t nnd oratorio work for ten years
and has made four transcontinental tours. Signer Sacerdote of the Chicago Grand Opera Associ
ation said of Sam Lewis, "He has a voice of such luscious quality that he is able to ning any ntylo
of music." He conies to the Ellison-While Chautauqua this season at the head of his own com-
; pany.
! LITTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
L : 'r0'"' Th" " ne Vtry f,,W '"o.og,nh. made of Mr.. Morga Z recu. year,
in, p Hm-arrl eainer wim tl-.c ietier "H" on tL , , "
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Ail organization cieaieu ami coauoeu ity inuwuii- ..i:uiu..v. n,...
authority on Indian music. One of the finest stringed orchestras In the Chautauqua world. Jano
1'ctersoii, Chicago contralto, soloist. Two concerts on the last day.
MISSOURI'S "MARRYING PARSON"!
INSTITUTES THE "JAZZ WEDDIJVG"
:, CEREMONY FOR MODERN COUPLES
j Certain natives of Houth Africa brew
a drink which reverses the motor ncr-
i vis, caus.ng drinkers to walk uack-
i ward. The liquor is made of the fruit
of the cashew tree.
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Sage TJUUt for infants & invalids
THorlick's
Ibe Uriginal
AtoiJ
Imitation
tad Substitute.
Psrtnhn4t,lnali!tidOrewlni(Chlldrll I Rich Milk. Miltrd Oraln Ktrart In Powder
The Original Food-Drink For All Agt No Cooking Noarithiog Dig eatibl
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QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Eat More Fish.
Fresh, wholesome fish is a healthful summer
food. We receive a fresh supply almost daily
and deliver them to you as fresh as they come
from the water. You'll find our fish retain the
delightful sea-side flavor. They lend a welcome
and economical variety to your daily menu.
Pendleton
Trading Co.
Phone 4 At Uio Sign of Service
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
FORD
The Universal Car
WHETHER COTTER PIN OR COMPLETE
OVERHAUL
You can gel It hi uur Sales and Service Million. We me au
thorized Ford dealers. In our stockroom we curry every part
that goea Into a Ford car or Ford truck. They're genuine Ford
parts too each made of the same tough, durable Vanadium
steel as its counterpart In tho Ford cur. Our special Ford re
pair shop Is thoroughly equipped with socially designed tools
Hiul up-lo-tlie-mliiuto machinery so that repairs, adjustments or
complete overhauls for Ford cars can be handled promptly and
efriclenlly.
Our mechanics who will do the work on your Ford car or
truck, understand tho Ford mechanism and know the right way
to time It up. And for the work you will pay only the reason
able Ford .prices.
Wo are a purl of the Itlg Ford Family and not only repair
Fords but sell them as well. We have more than a passing In
terest in the. service we give ou. Hilvo to our tin rage when
your Ford needs repairing.
For Safctys Sake Have the Authorized Ford
Dealer Do It.
We Can Rchorc and Polish Your Cylinders Too.
JACK CHILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
Phono -108 t Water & Johnson St.
Sen-ice i
lly KK.VT WATSON.
International News Service Staff
Correspondent.
COLFMIJIA. Mo., July 2. -Jazz ii
the order of the day. And now comes
the Ja.z wedding ceremony, all revis
ed to fit conditions of the Twentieth
Century modernity.
Itev. U. W. Hatcher, Columbia'
"inal Tying parson." who has tied 447
knots of wedlock, is the provider of!
the new ceremony. .Made public to
day, it provides that the groom shall
reply to the following questions:
."Hilt thou take her. lor thy pdrd;
for better or for worse; to have, to
hold, to fondly guard, till hauled off in
tho hearse?
"Wilt thou lit her have her wuv.
commit her many wishes, make the;
jfire every day and help her with tha
; dishes?
"Wilt thou sooth her in her woes;
keep her spirit bright and gay? Wilt
jthou turn the wringer, bang the
i clothes and trust her for the pay?
! "Wilt thou give her all the stuff herj
1 1 It 1 1 o purse will pack, buy a monkey:
: board, a muff, a little sealsk'n sack?
I "Wilt thou comfort and support ;
her father anil mother. Aunt Jemina.
j I ncle John, thirteen sisters and :i
brother?
I "Wilt thou tell her to her race that
ishe is pvviet nnd kind: that the I"'"
of lar in all the race would be cliff .
I cull to find
I "Wilt thou be to her the same and
never shirk nor falte-. as slic shall j.
ear thv name and thou shall wear;
: the hnltiT?'' ;
To break the moiiotonv of the one;-
tlniiiiaire on matrimonial tiropiisis I
Itev lir. Hatcher suimlies the result !
on the groom: "His face grows pale
: mil blinks: II is ton late to lilt. As to
'lo the floor lie sadly sinks, he ouirMy
cavs: I wilt.
Ilrido Has Ouc-tioniuiii'o. Too.
Oh yes! The bride must have" lvr
s.-t of nneslions. They're Piiiuil'ed In
the genial marrying parson who ad
mils that Walt Mason hasn't a thing
on him: j
"Wilt thou take hlin for thy pard. I
for better or for worse; to have, to'
hold, to fondly guard his person and !
his purse? s !
I 'Um h,.ii ni..!r.. liin. i,.'n.1 .....I '
how hlin every fault and, then, in
jspite of groan or whine, make hiln
j walk the calk ?
I "Wilt thou make him eat the scraps
that belong to days of yore, so you'll
get your midday naps and over novels
pore?
"Wilt thou be quick to take control
of all that's on the place and say to
him In language hold: 'You're not my
h'ss In any case'?
"Wilt thou make him sweep the
floor, fetch the wood and water. p'cr
up tilings or whatever else ,ou or
der? "Will thou make him darn bis
socks, sow buttons on his britches and
get your fingers in his locks every
time he misses?
"Will thou make of him n carry-all
for bandbox, grip and bundle; make
him take the parasol and to the racket
tumble?
"Wilt thou be to hi m bis dear be
yond all conjecture and when ou get
upon your ear give him a curtain lec
ture?" The bride is supposed to smile. In
the rhyme of tho minister: "Her face
Is all aglow her eyes ns black as Jet,
as she queenly stands upon the floor
and loudly says: 'You bet" "
OXH OFFICIAL CAME liAKI.Y
lililtUN, July 2. !'. P. ) Chan
cellor Wirth is an early riser and hard
worker. In fact, so hard a worker is
he that ho made the porter of the
chancellory think a crazy man hrad ap
peared on the Job when he showed up
tor work at 7 o'clock In the morning.
"I want to go to the office of the.
chancellor," said Wirth to the porter,
who didn't recognize him. i
The porter pointed a finger at his
head nodded dubiously, and remarked:
"I guci-R you're not all there. It's
too early," he answered.
Wirth smiled. "You'll permit me to
come earlier from now on," he re
marked, despite the man's protest thai
10 o'clock was bureaucratic time. "I
am the new chancellor."
SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Adults, $2.72; Students, $1.50; Child's, $1.00.
No War Tax.
PENDLETON
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JULY 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
A dust storm recently blew for thirty
hours carrying Oobi Dosert Band to
Shanghai and far out to sea. Japan
ese liners arriving at Yokohama found
it difficult navigating, owning to the
heavy' 3"elltn elomi-mrrtoptng them.
During the bbov, Peking resembled a
deserted city, for nobody ventured out
except under stress of necessity.
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DR.C. H. DAY
I'liyslcian mikI Surgeon
Osteopath
Kooms 13 and 35,. Smith-Crawford
Building.
TniepNHM Til l Re. 719-H
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i;hi;i:ni;. July 1 u pi The
American 1'ghui convention wlre l
Carpentler wishes of success, ltever-1
end C.ilburt, the Legion commander. J
CXIO'C-IMcliI the holm Hint 11PI1IUSI.V
would "got a blamed good mauling."
The b g.on is convening in u three day
session.
Thii gwwpiri rrrlnotinn of $140 in made hj the Tjftlltrf
Li:ht Corporation by arbitrarily accepting a heavy loss,
believing that so (ira.tic a reduction will rejmlt in in
creased sales, which will in time wipe ont the loss to
them.
Already farmers hare refrnord,cl in large numbers know
ing that this offer will expire. May 31st., nnless sufficient
orders are received to keep the lAlley factories going at
fall speed which only can warrant a continuance of
this low price of $4S5.
So yoti should take advantage of this opportunity !70W
to got this highly refined 1 alley Light at a price actually
below pre-war level. In the New, Bigger, Better, Mor
Powerful Illey you get :
Tt Model IT TaIIi n7 it emplt fwrr mpanfj
T Modt.1 H IMe'y viik 11 yiri wiparalltUd giwetm
Tkt Model ff lallry. iht most timplf in construction
The Model H Ialley thai is ik most accefiibl
Tkt Model TI Illey that in every respect "Does Mm
and Dot It Better''
The Model H Lalley backed by a year'i gvaranle
rcmt wait a day lonprr. The time is abort. Come hi 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 & Storic
Walla Walla ami
l'ciiillvlou
(Ppl -
m&M&k ag I
Personal Attention
Customers will encounter personal .attention
and enthusiam over the question of careful
dressing, that will eliminate every possibility of
neglect. It is an atmosphere of a leisured ease,
tailoring becomes an interesting problem and
justifies a most thorough discussion. Under
such conditions isn't it truly a pleasure to have
your clothes made for you made correctly.
John Dorfmati
THE TAILOR
Rooms 7-8-9 Dcspain Bldg. Phone 982
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CONROY'S
CASH GROCERY
Karo Syrup, Blue, gallon 13c
Karo Syrup, Blue, 1 gallon 85c
Breakfast Bell Syrup, i gallon 80c
Breakfast Bell Syrup, 1 gallon $1.50
Schillings Best Coffee, 2! i lbs $1.00
Schillings Best Coffee, 5 lbs $2.00
Ci isco 1 'i lbs. 10c, 3 lbs. 63c, 6 lbs. $1.20
Wesson Oil 35c, 63c and $1.20
Head Rice, 12 lbs. $1.00
Small White Beans, 14 lbs $1.00
Calumet Baking Powder, 2,2 lbs 73c
Calumet Baking Powder, 5 lbs $1.35
Sugar, 12 lbs $1.00
Carnation and Borden Milk, 8 cans $1.00
REMOIBEK CHAUTAUQUA DATES JULY 10-1G 4