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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 9, 1921.
.lioiml I-oagnc Standing
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Tourists to Number of 200
From Northern States to
. -Visit Points , of Lnterest.
tHOilJTH, Minn., July . Automo
blllMtM of Minnesota, North. Dakota and
Montana are preparing tor the long
est unci most Important joint tour they
have over undertaken -a aoclaltllty
run beginning at Duluth, Minn., July
25th. and concluding at Glacier Na
' Tho trip will bo made over the Theo
dore Roosevelt Intorniitlonaf Highway
v, route through these states, officials of
llytt organization having been Instru
mental In fostering the proposition.
" Nearly 200 motorist will make the
Ktdrt from Duluth, and by tho time
the party reaches Glacier Dark U I
expected there will bo' 300 or more In
. tho run.
This tour will be a potent factor In ,
cementing better relations between 1
the various communities, In uddltlon I
to boosting the highway and motoring 1
generally, 111 me oeuci 01 1110 uoose- j
velt International Highway Association j
, W. U Pet. I
Pittsburg 51 25 .071 1
New VorU ...... ? o"
Uoslon .( 40 32 .DDfl
St. Louis '
Brooklyn 27 .51 3
Chicago ......... '3 38 -I"!
Cincinnati ..2' t -305
,1'hlludclphia. 21 51 .21)2
AiiK-rlcU'i League Standings
V. L. Pet.
Cleveland . . .38 27 .Bill
New Yol k .40 29 .613
Washington 43 38 .531
Detroit.. t....4U 39 .508
Uoaton 34 40 .459
Bt. Louis 33 44 .42
Chicago ....i. 31 44 .413
I'hrhtdelphlu 30 41 .405
Aiiioiii'uu Association llcsults
St. I'aul S. a)uIsvII1o' 10.
Milwaukee 1, Columbus 7.
Minneapolis 5, Indianapolis 7.
Kansas City .11, Toledo 12. ,
Southern Association Hosulls'
Birmingham 8. Memphis 4.
Nashville 2, Mobile 2.
Chattunooeu 2. New Orleans.
Little Hock-Allanta, Wet grounds.
Vester.i league llosults
T dsn 1. Joplln 2.
Oklahoma City 2, Wichita 1.
(Only two games scheduled.) ,
How the Scries Stand
' At Sacramento 2 games. Portland 1
officials who this week conducted a i. game; at Salt take no game, Seattle 2
'is in Novel 'Main Street;' no
More Anonymous Machines.
f Every city, town and' hamlet .is en
thusiastically behind the tour, and re
ceptions, good roaOTallles, banf"ct,
parties, and other festivities will mark
every stop. The pathfinders mot with
Many improvements are being made
over the noosevelt Highway, especially
In Minnesota under the new Ilabcock
Trunk Highway system. The big
Islington car, driven by A. W. Tracy,
International Secretary, withstood the
test trip in excellent condition, at times
In Intense heat, other times In storms
but all with no engine trouble nd but
Ilartletliips to lie Withdrawn
WASHINGTON. July . (A. P.)
The two American. Warships sent to
Tamplco because of disturbances in
the oil fields are to be withdrawn,
fliers is Utile danger to American
Uvea or property. ,
Fountain of Youth
' UOSTON, July f. N. 8.) Iloston
Common's famous old "swimming
hole." better known as tho Krog Pond.
Is again open to tho city's youngsters
for paddling purposes. A new con
crete hottom has been Installed, trans.-
tarailmr 111 lml Inln n IhikIii. " "
games; at iob Anneics 1 ""'.
J games; at San Francisco 2 games,
Oakland 3 games.
Where the Teams I1ay Next ffefk
Portland versus Vernon at Los An
geles: Seattle versus Oakland at San
FranelHCo; Los Angeles at Salt Lake;
Sen Francisco at Sacramento.
TO BAR FIGHT Fl
POHTI,AND, July (A. R No
objections to the, showing here of mov.
Ing pictures of the lempsey-Carpen-llcr
championship fight will be made
by the Portland board of. censorship
il the film fulfills the requirements
of the city ordinance on motion pic
tures. This was the attitude taken by
members of the censor board yesr
dsy when Informed that Attorney
General Daughterty had Indicated that
exhibitions of the fight films In states
tther thun New Jersey would not be
Interfered with by government au
thorities is various stute censorship
hoards approved the shnwlmrs: "
Thanksto the courageous theories
of the provallng school of fiction,, the
motor car no longer, dodges through
the p..ges of the novel, under a shame
ful alius. The automobile, like un
hoityst woman, can now face the
world unafraid and tell her right
Naturally one cannot write a novel
of today without an automobile up--pcarlng
in It's pages somewhere, some
how. Heretofore the authors seemed
to labor under the conviction that it 1
was not good form to Identify a car by j
giving its real name. It Just wasn't .
!)jng done, you know. And so all j
manner of strange makes rolled 1
through the pages of the fiction writ- ,
But now the realists are in the sad- j
cite. According to the procticcs of
this school of fiction, if the hero of the
yarn shaves himself with . a Olilette
razor, before venturing into the pres
ence of lils beloved, why, hang it all,
say so! .
Tho best and most popular example
r,f nrevalllnu school of realism is
Sinclair Lewis's "Main Street," the-!
most widejy read and the most as- j
siduotiHly discussed book of the last
twelve months, something like 30U,-
COO copies of this story have already :
been sold. Mr. Lewis does not hesi
tate to identify a nationally advertised
and a nationally endorsed product by
Its right name and he names many.
When the bride arrives at Gopher j
Prairie, her new home, she is met at I
tho station by her huwband's friends j
Sam Clark, the hardware dealer, is to
have the honor of escorting the bride
and groom. !
"Let's Jump in," says Mr. Kennicott j
the groom, to his wife Carol. "ThutJ
big Paige over there. Some boat, too,
believe me! Sam can show sliced to ;
e.ny of these from Minneapolis!" i
And Mr. Lewis doesn't hesitate to .
name the second car and it is an auto- ,
flUiblle that sells for much more than j
the Paige. .
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
x SELECTED POULTRY
The poultry you buy here is not "good" poul
tryits the BEST. Every fowl that comes into
our shop is specially selected. You cannot go
wrong in buying here as they are all picked
birds ready for your choosing. Fresh, clean
and sanitary, handled as daintily as in your own
At tlie Sign of Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
ATLANTA, Ga., July 9. (I. N. 8.)
Any feeling or content for the present
that you may harbor may Just as well
be laid aside right now. fon the e'reus
dainty. is about to attuin a dignity that
will put It in the class with pecans,
thin-shelled walnuts and other ilelica-
1 cies. The reason is the recent torma-
tion of peanut growers in Virginia and
North Carolina into" a peanut ex
: chaiiKe that will control nluie than id
! per cent of the jjeanut production of
I there two. states figures which arc
I respectable when you realize that moM
I of the peanuts the elephants eat come
j from that section.
! The marketing plan Is based on the
j successful venture mado by California
j fruit growers some time ago. (The
1 contract was drawn by Aaron Sapiro,
attorney for a number or groups 01
fruit growers In California.
This exchange of tho peumit grow
ers will be tho first organism t 'on per
fected cast of the Mississippi river on
tho California plan. The membership
will Include more than 50UH growers,
each of whom has subscribed $.'(! for
lone share of stock. Provision also Is
made for Issuance of preferred stick
not to exceed J350.000.
I' ' t y IZicMest Beautiful Cat irbnaica f.,i :..
tKj'f. The Official Records SHk '
- r- f ' , IMile - - - 35.01 - - - 102.8 fVHl. H
YyM SMile, - - 3:15.83 - - - 91.8 , 11
,r'fATV' 10 Miles - - - 6:31.48 - - - 91.9 V.) A
A "I vl WU 15 Miles - - - 9:45. - - - 92.1 Wv-Xtti A
AAXli' iOMiles - - - 13:01.48 - - - 92.1 'X0W i
WhS''l 25 Mile, 16:37.94 - - - 90.1 kMllA
' A' mryA 50 Mile, - 33:16.43 - - - 93.1 , MfA "
VWmyOi' 75 Miles .- - - 50:00.80 - - - 89.9 . iVlf
t'"''j 100 Miles'- - .- 66:53.16 - - r 89.7 Mf"A
WV''f One Hour - - - - . Jll
ni -1,1 mm-xrTsizas&&tf-&''Mf r-''J.il & - Tv ,; '' 'rsf4
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W0t ' ' : !W
QINCE January 21st the Paige " Day tona 6-66" model -has
P CD captured ten world's stock chassis records and established MXtA
itself as the leader of all American sporting cars. There could
YjM be no more impressive evidence of the speed, power and endur- Vp&i
M4 ance which are essential attributes of trulyfinc. motor vehicles.
0. E. I10LDMAN AUTO CO.
SUGGESTS IDEA FOR
The Universal Car
WHETHER COTTER PIN OR COMPLETE
You can gel It In our Sales and Service Station. Wo are au
thorized Kord dealers. In our stockroom we carry every part
that foes Into a Kord cur or Kord truck. They're giflinine Kord
parts too each mude of the same tough, durable ' Vanadium
iileel as Its counterpart In the Kurd cur. Our special Kord re
pair shop Is thoroughly equipped with socially designed tools
and up-to-thc-triliiulc machinery so that repairs, adjustments or
complete, overhauls for Kord cars cun be handled promptly and
Our tiieiliaiiirs who will do (lie. work on your Kord car or
truck, understand the Kord mechanism and know (ho right way
to tune II up. . ,ti for the work yon will pay only the reason
abld Kurd prices, f ,
We are a part of the ISIg Kord i'ainily and not only repair
Fords but tell them as well. We have more than a passing In
terest In tin service we give you. Drive to our Garage when
your Kord needs repairing.
For Safetys Sake Have the Authorized Ford
; Dealer Do It.
We Can Rcbore and Polish Your Cylinders Too.
JACK CHILDSj : Foreman
Simpson Auto Co.
rhone 408 . " Water & Johnson St
Service , '
portable Welding I'laul
A portable arc welding plant, to he
carried on a motor truck, portions of
it helping to complete the truck's
power equipment, has been invented
by an Englishman.
"With tire, prices at the lowest level
in hlstoiv. und with the season at
hand for vacation trips, spare rims
are be'pg rapidly equipped with tires,
in many cases several spares being
carried." sas a general letter cent to
its branches by the Firestone Tire &
Rubber company, "and it is at this
time that tire thieves are most active.
"Toil can deal a death-blow at this
eyil." the letter continues, "by com
municating to tire dealers, who In
turn will suggest it to car owners, 'a
plan whereby tire thievery call be
practically, If not wholly, eliminated.
There is no expense Involved, but on
the contrary, money and troublo
' "It Is, simply, that when "spares"
are purchased they should be put In
I use at once if only for a short time
and only-tires that have been used
carried as 'spares.' "
According to officials 'of the cun-
-e .1... u!l n.. l.itl
puny, a stirve? 01 me
brought to light the remarkable fact
that nearly 99 Ver cent of all tire-'
stolen were brand new. The approxi
mate 1 per cent remaining being
used tires in cases where evidently
iho tlilif didn't stop to see what kind
f tirp the case contained. Otherwise
not a sinale useu tire was moh-,
The Firestone letter concludes i
po'nting out that uie regumi n.-
stone 3'i-incn non-SKiu, mm
at $U.!i0 the lowest price in tire
history is original equipment on a
majority of the nation's Imht cars and
trucks, nearly all of which are pro
vided with spare rims, so that with
this new low price there is an oppor
tunity for the. largest group of tire
buyers to save money as never lie fore.
How'd You Like to Coast 35 Years?
W .KIT' .rt!"
Th wondirfuity rt fined,
pearly - white cempkitoa
mdered, brings back tha
appearance of youth. Re
sults are instant Hiehlr
antiseptic. Eierts a ton and
soothing action. Over 75
years in use.
StnJ IS c for Trial SUt
FEID. T. HOPKINS k SON
A fire extinguisher that puts
out any kind of a tire in its in
Safeguard your property
home or car with a Tyrone Fire
V " -
.Macaroni. 3 pkgs. ......
Xbodles, 3 pkgs
Spaghetti, S pkgs. . . . , ,
Rex Lye. can
Citrus Powder, pkg. . . .
1 oks. Matches, 6 boxes
J. L. VAUGIIAN
Electric Supply House
Thone 139. 20G E. Court
12 cans Campbell' Soup., !..
J cans Milk ........ .;..fL.h.
Creamery Butter . . -.
Salmon, can .: .J. ...... . ... . "h!
Salmon, can ... ............ .ISO
Why Pay More?
Coiue in. If not convenient to
-,mie, cull ill
320 East Court Street
A Pre oritwv of
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBEBS
AT YOUR OPUGOIST"
I DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE ,
j Chronic und Nervous Diseases and
lilseases of Women. X-ltay lOlectrii
i Temple Uldg.
- Thti fellow h(M trTlel 80.W0.0W In tb last 35 years, up and down
Mi. Washington, tf. H. He an employe of the railroad compen.- that
en!-' hc utU mountain trolloy cr e riaing.
I'lione 2IO-W V. . l!o 3&
DR. C. H. DAY
riiyMclnti and Surgeon
Rooms 13 end 25, Smith-Crawford
White Soap, 22 bars ......fl.OO
Sugar, Saturday onlylS lbs ......;.$1.00
Schilling's Coffee. 1 lb 40c
Schilling's Coffee, 2"2 lbs $1.00
Schilling's Coffee, 5 lbs $2.00
Tomatoes, large cans, 2 for 25c
LIBERTY BELL SYRUP i
Saturday only, ' gallon 75c; gallon $1.45
TelcpboiM 704 lice. 74-H
mm.- urn i