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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1921.
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CAMHKIIxlK, MilMH., Aug. 13.-
(1. N. S.J Uurviii'd 'nmy have n new
head couch in rowing, when college re
opens in September. Tho Middlesex
school trustees hiivc granted Dr. It.
liciier Howe, who coached last year'ij rhihidclphlii
Vuilonal league stamfiiiBM
Pittsburg " !ifl
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New York ,
KoKlun . .
!irnol;1; n . .
Ht. Louis . .
freshman clew, a yearn extra, leave or
absence oa the fictitinii of the Harvard
rowing management. Howe will be
connected with Harvard rowing again
and nlmnst certainly hold the pout of
Ho ve devoted his leave laHt year to
eniichinir the Harvard frcKhnian crew
mid, nave for a disastrous finish
against Yale, did fine work. Harvard
men followed closely Ills peirform
nnc.s, and tliere iippciirn to he lltll.i
1 on ! il that he will be the man entrust
ed to devise a winning Harvard sys
1cm. Harvard men have been dissatisfied
with tho way Harvard rowing Iiiih
been moving along: the iHim few yearn.
The only crow of tho Crimson seemed
nole to heat at all was Vale and then
only infrequently. Jlni Wray, after
winning nix successive raceii lost twice
In succession to the K4Ih and found
himself out of a Job. Hubert Herrlck,
a graduate, succeeded him and, work
ing with William llulne, a profes
clonal, managed 10 bring back tome of
tho Harvard nrmtliie in 1916.
VVray's charge of hciiiR Interfered I
with were nevcp taken dcrloiiHly, al
IhoiiKli there ure many who believe
the Aimtralian would ha p done
well aa the present I'l Klme bad he been
Clevelaiid . . .
New York . , .
St. 1 1 .
Salt 1-ike ... . .
I 'oi Hand
, B7 41
At l'ortlnnd 0, Sacramento 8.
At belittle 6. Halt Lake 4.
At San I'rnncio 1. ls Anseles 3.
At Iom AiiKelcK, Oakland 7, Vernon
American AxkocIM Ion IlpsnltH.
I.oiilMVllle 4'oliinilniH 2.
KansaH C"ty 7-5. St. I'ai'l 11-3.
lndlanapolly 3, Toledo .
Mihviitikec-Mincnaiioll.f not Bcbeif-tiled.
VISA MA. Cal., AiiJJ. 13. (1. N. P )
The el fort to check the worm fores
fire In the history of the HcmAilii na
tional forest raKintf the Converst
basin, near Hume, wn temporarily
aliandoned when 200 fire
! u ih.tre-.v from the biKin to form i
'new line of attack two miles diflant.
j The flro has already ' binned J''"'
i.icieu of limber.
wwt i-hhii) to itrx ItAII.HOAni-
a ! HAIiT. Mich.. An. 13. (I. N. )
I Henry Kord will run the railroads run
Ellin Duff, a former twlrler In the ! niin through Hart If the citizens o:
lilue Mountain 1-eatrue In the year this place and Vicinity have their va;
1920 has moved to hlKher com puny, j about It.
n telemam recelxed by his brother, P. A petition, siuned by 400 fruit urcnv
A Duff of Freewaler vesterday, . nn- ers. has been forwarded to ITesldem
' Ilardinu nskimt that the railroads "
Duff linn been one of the mounds- Hart County ne iiirneo oin i
...nn ih M.ir Jaw tenm this ver i trolt automobile manufacturer
nnd his showlnc lias been so Rood that j petition was circulated by fruit bp
he ha been purchased by the New
He left tills morn'tis for SI. Paul,
wbere he. Is to report and l.i the rest
ciatlon team. Duff lias many friends
here who will he gratified to learn of
his si;eevsB. The portbase price of
the twlrler was tjuno.
ers d!s.atisfled with present fr:'iun'
Afler polntlnn out the 20 per cen
-eduction in rales on .Mr. Ford's He
TMItt TOWmr-irml Trrtnton'r.allro.'irt re
renliy. the petition states the belief o
the petitioners that Mr. Kord wool,
operate the roads for the benefit of al
and not for personal gain.
Charles Hutchison They cell him "Hurricane Hutch" He'i a, tor.
nndo of aclion Dive (treat heights Swims rapids. Kldes motorcycle
m i'oM. railroad trestle Leajw over train with It Drops onto moving
a in lit dallv dares the devil and Izughs al him '
ILLINOIS MAY GO DEMOCRATIC
AS RESULT OF INDICTMENT
OF GOVERNOR LEN SMALL
Friction Started Last Year is
Finding Head Now in Big
G u b e r n a t orial Scandal.
AT THE MARKET'S.LOWEST PRICES
When the market prices lower from clay to day.
huvinp; enables you to get this saving. However
large our stock may be we are able to turn this quick
enough to give you the benefit. "That, coupled with
volume, is the reason we sell for less.
At tbn Sign of Service
"If It's on the Market We Have It"
): WILLIAM V. Sfl.LIVAN ...
liileriuilional .News Service Staff
SPIUXOFIKLD. Auk. 13. A wound
has been opened here in the Crand ,
(lid l'arty tbat may have a bearing not
alone on state politics but carries w'th
it the possibility of chaiiKing the color
of (he national situation.
The opening of this wound date
back some few months before it lead."
to the present day, when at this writ
Iiik the governor and Lieutenant-;o
ernor of ill.no s are under indictments
charging, conspiracy to defraud and
embezzlement of slate linterest funds
when they served as treasurer of the
Friction in the republican party in
this slate started previous to the re
publican national convention in Cbl-
ago, when will. am Jiaie i nonipsuo
tnd his IX followers bolted and refus
ed to vote for Frank O. Ixiwden as the
-epublican nominee for president.
At the state election which follow
ed the Tbompson-l.tindin faction tr -implied
and bad their candidate, I.en
Small, placed in the governor's cbaii
it Springfield. Things proceeded,
imoothlv moderately so at least
ml 11 the closing days of the f fty-sec-nid
Charges were made by T.owdcn re
niMlcans ai)d members of the demo
ralle party in tho bouse that the ad
ministration was attempting to force
ihroimll its legislative program by
tendering patronage favors. The
smouldering remains of the conven
tion breach were being fanned.
Several of the administration's pet
projects died -in the last few days' of
the legislature, and the governor
taught vindication with the Lowde
republicans when It came to upprov-
' ii lt annronriatlnns made to the heads
of various official branches. Huge
slices were cut from all, including
1 .",0,11110 made to the attorney general)
for enforcing the new state prftnibl-
Hon art. In a statement the govern-
nor ebarges that it was his belief the j
money would have Deen used ny tne
attorney general for building op a po
This threw hot coals on .the Miioul
der.ng ashes, and the fan was applied
with ridded zest. Attorney geneial
Hrunduge called in his pol tical widen.
held a conference and then asked the j
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The Universal Car
rtriiiPtiiltor tlint when you tiriiur your IVirrl car lo its for mo
rlianli al nllcnllon that you xot the graiilna Ford srrvleo, tnn
IcrluK oMwrleiH'rd workmen nun I'ord raetory nrlccn. Your
IVinl Ih Iimi useful, too valuable to lake elumoos with poor mc
rlinnUA with equally poor qimlily niatoilals. ltrliitf It lo us nnd
eao both time and moiicy.
Wo urn authorised Ford dealers, trusted by the Ird Slolor
Oi, to ItMih nfler Ihe wants of Ford owners. That's the assurance
offer. We are getting a few Ford cars nnd the first come,
first to receive delivery.
Have you thought shout thnt Sedan or' Coupe for this fall end
winter? They are tnlghfy comfortnble nnd cozy when the wind
blows and the ruin Is falllnir. t'onie in and look them over nnd
place your order In ndvance so that we can be sure of ordering
enough to go around. Title will lie Hie closed cur year. '
Simpson Auto Co.
ri?one408 Water & Johnson St.
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S.iiignmon County circuit court to hold
a grand Jury investigation of manipu
lations during the terms as treasurer
if Governor I.en Small and Lieuten
ant Governor Fred K. Sterling.
The grand jury returned indict
i lenls against both and alxo Vernon
fort's, a Grant Park banker and
Iji-olhet of the late Senator K. C. Cur
lls. The indictments charge embez
zlement and conspiracy to defraud .n
the handltng irf interest money receiv
ed in the loan of ?1. 000,000 made
f: om the slate treasury.
.Vtiisos .Money Itanins.
This laid the wound wide open. Vit
riolic verbiage emanated in state
n.ents from ihe two political factions.
tjovenor Small charges, tils lnuiet
I 't nt to the big money Interests and
traction barons who were seek'ng his
political assassination. The other side
charge Ihe governor was attempting
to cover tip by dodging about with
counter charges instead of facing the
The question now arises as to
whether during the three and one
half years remaining ill the Small ad
ni'nistratiort this wound can be heal
ed? Can two political fusions get
together lifter fighting each other with
If not. what will be the result? As
the darky says, 'things have done
Rone, democratic," w hich would mean
Unit c.i)e of the largest republican i
jststes in the I'nion would be slipping I
ii way from the Grand eld l'arty. andl
this is no small item when you begin I
t" calculate its effect on national poU j
iiib's. ., ' "j
J'linois has long Peen a repubnean
state, and never in the memory of the
i old politicians' has the democratic
I p.irtv ever had the opportunity It Is
jiinw afl'crded to grasp the reins of po
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'Double Cable Base Jz
Git'9"' )1j1Swj '-'-' '
PiJrnl PUch Son
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Stop Letting Rims Abuse Your Tires!
Federals exceed in mileage because
none of their wear is needlessly
wasted by rim-chafe.
Federals alone have the Double-Cable-Base
those four staunch
cables of twisted steel about which
you have read so much These
cables anchor the tire solidly against
the rim and prevent rim-cuts,
blow outs just above the rimv tube
pinching, etc. There's real economy,.'
in using Federal -Tires A trial will
convince you. ' V . ' "
ALLEN KNIGHT COMPANY
, Pendleton, Oregon
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Orcgoniari Printing Department
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Abrnbams. of Cambridge, was the
only athlete to win two eventB in the
Held meet hrld by Oxford Cambridge .
and Cornell-Princeton. Here he U
winning the running broad Jump
with a mark of 21 feet and ( Inches.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 13. M. N, S.
Uoadslde 'bootlegg.ng'' came in
for a death blow at the hands of pro
bihitb n t-oiiini:ss'oner Haines. He is
sued iiis'.rtictions that In the future
all legal lbpior shipments must be car
1 ,( d by railroads a iivi steamboats and
;.lhi,t vendors would lie respoiis.bleXor
itbc shipments. Ii the ' past nfnny
'sli'pments have gone .overland' by
! tl ucli.'and have trickled away in an
'rma. nr fashion be f ure reac,hins its
"jdest nation, the coinmb'sloner ex-'
i pla neded.
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J' 1KTH(HT. Aug. 13. tl. N. .)
i Tear gas bombs w ill become part of
j tho equipment of the Detroit Police
IWiMirfment soon, Police Commissioner
I I nrhes announces.
'i The gas, produces a temporary but
i violent cVying spell, which doctors
have declared ImrmlesV
' The gas initates the mucus mem
i brane of the mouth and nose And
' cau'ea the tears to flow,
j" "i ri,v thes tear bom'is will as
I sUt in uucllln mobs,'' said Hr, lnch
(is, "and will also lie useful In captiiW
1ns the mai who barricades himself
end then invites the police to com
and ft-1 h'. The UemS could be toss
ed throut.iy'a window." .
We are very proud cf the world's stock chassis records won
by our Daytona 6-66 model. But we are not race "fans'
or speed fanatics.
We believe in heroic tests not because they prove that
our "cars arc fast but because they prove that our cart
are strong, durable, trustworthy.
We are convinced that championship form is the one best
guarantee of all 'round efficiency. A car that is capable of
90 miles an hour must be blessed with a sound, robust
constitution anJ ururiense reserve powers.
If this sounds reasonable, why not take the next logical
step.' Have a ride in a 6-66 model and compare it with any
other car, at any price, on the American market. Then,
you will understand what we mean by championship fortiu
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; ' Phone 4
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