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, HIE EAST OREGONIAN WILL HAVE THE FULL WIRE REPORT OF ASSOCIATED PRESS OiN THE BIG FIGHT BESIDES U
. P. AND 1. K S. REPORTS ,
PAGES 7 TO 10
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1921.
TEN PAGES I ' Y 1 " ' " '""I? ' PTT. " '
TOMMY MILTON VICTOR
IN 250 MILE RACE AT
TACOMA; SARLES, 2ND
Winner's Time 2:34 Flat;
Purse of $10,000 Taken
by Milton Who is Popular.
TACOMA. Wash., July 5. In a wn.
Mullonul Ixittlo for snprcmnry that
brought oilt an average kvci! of Kit
miles an hour. Tommy Milton won
tho Tiioomu specdwuy ruoc of 250
mlk'H hero ycmcrrtiiy from a field of
nine cam. Tho tlmo cHtuMlxhed o now
record for tho track for Inly dlKtnnco.
Hohc'oc KarlcH flnlxhed Hccond, 1iks
tlmn a nilmito behind Milton. .Too
Thomas nun third and tho others fin
ished an followH: Kilcilo llenrne,
fourth; Tom Alloy, fifth, "und Kddlo
Miller sixth. Alton Senile van forced
out uftcr covering 131) mllen when a
plHton In hi motor broke. Kddlo
1'ullen and Frank Klllott, after tho
others hod flniHhod, were flairircd off
tho track, having covered hut 2U0
miles at that time.
NixK'tnuir in l'ironr
Tho tlmo for tho throe It adorn wiih
elveH ari follows:
Milton, 2:4 flat; Varies. 2:34:42, and
Milton, winner at IndliiiiuiMills, and
Siu-len, winner at I'nlontown this year,
kept the approximately 20.l0 Hpeeta
tors In an uproar throughout tho Ion?
grind, f Irnt 0110 and then tho other cap.
luring tho lead.
KhHch made hut one ittop fur tire
rhunge at the 46th mlln and Milton
took tho lead, only to low it at the
136th mile when he was likewise forc
ed Into tho pits for now ttres. Won
derful speed In Milton's pit sent him
flying after fiirlcs In a few moooimIh
and in a few laps of the two-mile
track ho was close behind Karlcs. Two
moro laps, with tho crowd in a frenzy.
he passed Sarlcs and with his lead t
fluctuating from IT, to 52 seconds, held
first place thereafter to the finish.
Victory lVipulnr Oik-
It Was Milton who won the speed-1
way race hero last year mid Irs vie. j
tory was a popular one. With Milton
having 1120 points and S'arlc 10S3
points up to today In the American
Automobile association contest hoard
awards for tho 1921 national cham
pionship, yesterday's battle was espec
Tho purso division ond tho Ameri
can Automobile association champion
ship points awarded today were ilk
Milton. J in, 000 and D00 points;
garlcs, $.',00(1 and 2K0 points; Thomas,
$:iW) and 150 points; Ilearne, n?,
and 80 points: Alley, $1500 und 50
points; Miller, $1250 and 35 points.
Tho positions of seventh and eighth
which will go to Pullen and Klliott
Would not bo decided, it was official
ly announced until their standing be
cause of being flagged off tho course
has been decided, Seventh' brings a
purse of $1000 and 25 points and
eighth $750 und 15 points.
Hay Ilurroun, ox-racing driver ami
winner of tho first ROO-mile race at
Indianapolis, acted as pace-maker for
tho Initial lap and Kddlo Rlckenback
er, American aco and cx-raco truck
star was referee.
NKW YOltK. July 5. ( I. N. K.)
Dcmpsey and (,'arpentler will meet
again. The world champion and his
gentlemanly challenger from l-'runce
have already met 011 the golf links
and In the ring. Sometime this week
they will inert in t lie water.
Tex Itlckard's "ole KWlmuiln' hole"
jut Madison Square garden will be the
scene of the ncipiatlc encounter be
tween Jack and Georges, according to
tho announcement. l!olh arc said to
ii enthusiastic over the Kwlinirjing
test. Iloth urc reputed to be good
ISL'l'TALO, July 5. (L'. T.) De
struction of thousands of dollars
worth of fancy stulned glass, that
adorns Buffalo's erstwhile saloons de
pends on a decision soon to be made
by 'ity Judge Woltz.
llecently a police captain was pass
ing a soft drink establishment that
at one time w'as one of America's
many watering troughs and Ms eagle.
Here's why CAMELS are
the quality cigarette
BECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this
one brand. Camels are as good as it's pos
sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the
best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
simply for show.
Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
most perfect packing science can devise to pro
tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal
the fold and make the package air-tight. But
there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no
extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.
Such things do not improve the smoke any more
than premiums or coupons. And remember you
must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.
If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
cigarette you can imagine and one entirely free
from cigaretty aftertaste,
It's Camels for you.
OVRKISH b DOMESTIC
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C,
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
provide 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 be
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 your income and time. It
will strengthen your resolution to
save ana proviue iur nei.
I CASTLE GATE
I EGG COAL
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
WE WANT TO BUY YOUR
HIGHEST MARKET TRICE PAID.
Phone 455 At the Sign or Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
eye caught sight of a sign which hail ,
heen worked into the stained window. 1
The sign read: "Wines and Liquors."
The captain arrested the proprietor 1
of the establishment and he pleaded 1
guilty of having art glass bearing such
legends, it was argued that such
signs are now against the law ami j
Judge Woltz took the case under ad-
Should the judge rule that the sign
is unlawful. It will mean that hun
dreds of Hinilnr fancy glass signs that
now embellish soft drink places t hat
once were saloons will have to be "le
Caldwell, while here.
Misses T!;:th and Padle Huddleson
of Lone Itock came up last week and
expect to remain until after the 'th.
Marion Kinehart of Alba is ill and
Dr. DeVaul of Pilot Hock was called
n few davs ago.
oss Kohler of Lung creek arrived
in I'kiah Friday with two race horses
which he intends to run on the 4ih.
I ii in ilibhs and wife and -Mrs. Eliza
Gibbs were in I'kiah Friday from the
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
S CLEAN AND UNIFORM
I B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
It Is now possible to send a crew- i enemy rnljjht be, provided he is with-
! in reach of the radio.. .Ift-5'?ss!5l2.tb? ;
less" vessel as far as radio Impulses will : device is attached'to" tho fuel engine,
carry. The same menus can he used ' the water engine and the iiteerinff me
iu sending a giant torpedo against a chanjsm making it possible to guide,
foe regardless of how far distant the fuel and water by nvjio.
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The Universal Car
WHETHER COTTER PIN OR COMPLETE
Yon can get it In our Salos and Scrvlco iStation. We are au
thorized Ford dealers. In our stockroom we carry every part
that goes Into a Ford car or Ford truck. They're gdnulno Ford
parts too each made of tho same tough, durable Vanadium
uleel as Its counterpart In the Ford car. Our special Ford re
pair shop is thoroughly equipped with socially designed tools
und iip-to-thc-minuto machinery so thut repairs, adjustments or
complete ovorliauls for Ford cam can bo handled promptly und
Our mechanics who will do tho work on your Ford car or
truck, understand tho Ford mechanlm and know tho right way
to tunc It up. And for the work you will pay only tho reason
able Ford prices.
Wo arc. a part of tho Hlg Fold Family und not only repair
Fords but sell them us well. Wo have more than a passing In
terest In tho service we give you. Drive to our Garage when
your Ford needs repairing.
For Safctys Sake Have the Authorized Ford
Dealer Do It.
Wc Can Rebore and Polish Your Cylinders Too.
JACK CHILDS, Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water & Johnson St
VKIAII, July 0 (K. . Special.
IScirn to Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur (iil
llland. Saturday, June a five-
pouuii daughter. Dr. DeVaul of Pilot
Itock was called and attended mother
Mrs. Ktissell flark of ivndletnn ar
rived Saturday to remain for a while
with her daughter. Mrs. Arthur (iil
lilimd. during her illness.
Will McPheroon Is in I'kiah 'with
several race horses which he Is train
ing In run here on July 4th.
Mrs. Sim Ledgcrwood is stayins
with her daughter, Mrs. Loub: P. Met
tle, during her recent Illness.
Mr. l'aulus. banker of Pilot Itock.
was in town Sunday on business.
Miss lUmnlo IieVnul of Pilot Hoik
was In town last week visiting friends.
Miss Grace Gibbs Is clerking in the
litore for Peterson liros. until after
tho 4 til.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oiamberliii
were In town one day this week from
Jean Klrkpatrlck, editor of the
Pilot Itock Hecord. was in I'kiah the
first of the week on business.
Joe Sullivan of Freewater Is a guest
at tho Fkiah hotel waiting for the
Alex McKenzie. formerly of I'kiah
but now of Pendleton. Is in town
visiting his daughter, Mrs. John ISoss
Mr. McKciwie intends to remain hen
for a month or two.
John Itoss left for Pendleton Tues
day, returning Friday. lie was ac
companied home by his smell sister.
Dorothy Koss, who will visit here for
an Indefinite time.
L. G. Huston is clerking In the
hardware store for J. H. Wagnei
while Mr. Wagner Is trucking In
Mrs. licrt OmstantH of Kilter is
visiting in I'kiah with relatives until
after the celebration.
Mrs. Maggie Walker and Jack
Powell and wife arrived Thursday
from llernilston and ar campius
near town waiting for the 4th of Jul
Hlllie Anderson and Earl Martin
left Friday morning for Pilot Itock,
expecting to return the same day.
Hint Cnrdwell of trfing t'reck is
here for the big ceb-brallon and is
the guest of his slater. Mis. George
El ; " III
OS r'S Shrpperilt did
ra THE remarkable engineer- 01V j
M ing skill which built the
v3 Columbia River Highway
M opened a eritable paradise for j
ifl motorists. Z
Iij This highway follows tho IjMjj
KB Columbia River from the Pa- M
THE remarkable engineer-
ing skill which built the
Columbia River Highway
opened a veritable paradise for
This highway follows tho
Columbia River from the Pa
cific Ocean near Astoria
as far east ai The Dalles, and
leads the tourist through a
country of indescribable scenic
rocks, picturesque woods an
ideal vacation land for the mo
torist who appreciates nature
Kt its best. '
And on your travels along
the Columbia River Highway
you can always get " Red
Crown," the gasoline of quality
an all-refinery gasoline with
a continuous chain of boiling
Look for the Red Crown sign
before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
The Best Time
to do your canning is now. Fruit and
sugar prices arc low, the crop is at its
We carry a full line of jars, caps and
San itary Grocery
221 East Court St.
The Host in Quantity. The Best in Quality
Karo Syrup, Blue, z gallon 43c
Karo Syrup, Blue, 1 gallon S5c
Breakfast Bell Syrup, gallon SOc
Breakfast Bell Syrup, 1 gallon $1.50
Schillings Best Coffee, 2JJ lbs $1.00
Schillings Best Coffee, 5 lbs $2.00
Crisco 1' lbs. 40c, 3 lbs. 63c, G lbs. $1.20
Wesson Oil 33c, G3c and $1.20
Head Rice, 12 lbs $1.00
Small White Beans, 14 lbs $1.00
Calumet Baking Powder, 2'z lbs 73c
Calumet Baking Powder, 5 lbs $135
Sugar, 12 lbs $1.00
Carnation and Borden Milk, 8 cans ...... $1.00