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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1921.
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American on Duty at Rio Gets
Firsts in Six Events and
Brings Honors to .His Club
BY MILK: W. VAUGHN
O'nltcd Press Klnff Correspondent.)
IlIO i'lO JAXKIKO, Aug. 19
, Participating under the colors of the
Flumenlns'c Football C!til, Fred N"a
bor, Wabash College '2(1, took six flnit
placed In the Inter-club meet for Iho
Federal district, having previously
established new national records lit I
the shot-put and Javelin throw during
the club meet a few weeks ago.
Ilesldes the javelin and shot-put,
Xahor won the following events-.
High hurdles, , 100 metcM and pole
vault. He wiih not entered in addition
al events, the six first Insuring u. vic
tory for his club.
The American athlete has attained
great Popularity In llrazlllan circles,
the fact Mint he wears a Phi Kappa
hey contributing to his prestige. The
Hrazlllnn rppreclates a good scholar
even more than a good athlete.
OH Company, recently having been
transferred to Santos, -and came rrom
that city to participate in today's meet.
Athletics of ull kind have received
tremendous impulse from the Interest
aroused by Brazilian participation In
the Olympic games. The Flumcninsc
Club has completed one. of the finest
athletic homes In South America, at a
cost of nearly $2,000,000. There Is
a large and luxuriously furnished mod
ern club house with the finest appoint
ments; a football field that comparts
favorably with any of, the eastern col
lege "bowls" In the United States; a J
shooting gallery with ranges up to 2'iD
meters; a big covered swimming lank
with salt water, and a number of out
door pergola tea rooms and d.'.ncln?
pavilions, tennis courts, it rid other accessories.
IN WASHINGTON GET
BOOST INTO SOCIETY
Makes Profit of $1600 on 300
Turkeys Also Makes Money
on Hogs, Sheep and Cows.
She also has hogs, sheep and' cows,
and the state veterinarian believes she
has been as successful with these as
w.th the turkeys. She has not found j,
it necessary to buy feed and conse-jj
iUea(y lias been able to fatten her !.
livestock and turkeys on a profit ba-
While corn is considered excellent
turkey food, it cannot bo produced
i successfully in Crook county because
of the high altitude. However, sun
flowers serve the purpose and can be
grown successfully In that part of the
state. Sunflowers also can he made
into ensilage and fed to the livestock.
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Post on . .
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OLYMPIA, Wash., Aug. 19,
(A. 1'. ) Horso shoe pitchers of
Washington received official re
cognition recently when k. U
French, state director of arrl
culture announced that a horse
shoe pprhing contest should be
a feature of the fair at Yakima,
There will be pitching con
tents for youns and old. Mr.
French said, and the winner will
be declared champion of the
Knbor Is employed by the Standnrd
SAI-.KM, Or., Aug. 19. A total of
JUSHO In earnings from 300 turkeys
was the phenomenal record made In
1920 by Mrs. Smith, one of the set
tlers in tho Oehoco irrigation district
of Crook county according to Or. W
H. IyVtlo. state veterinarian, who re
cently returned after an official visit
Into that part of the state.
Dr. Lytic is of the opinion that the
livestock and poultry business can be
made a big thing in that district at
well ns in others In Oregon, If the set
tlers will apply themselves to work It
out. Crook county says the veterinar
ian, Is particularly fortunate In hav
ing ns county agent. W. IS. Tucker,
who has been highly successful In
working out the problems of the far
mers. Mrs. Smith, whose initials Dr. Lytle
docs not remember, is offered as an
example of what can be accomplished.
RATE WAR TO COAST
! American Jcnxw
W. L. Pet.
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POKTLAXD. Aug. 19 (I. X. S.)
A rate war between the Spokane, Port
land and Seattle railroad and the bus
and boat lines opened when the rail
road announced beginning Saturday
the fares to beach points would be
reduced 400 percent.
The railroad fare to Astoria, Includ
ing the tax will be (1, and $1.60 to
-Vew York .... . .-
' St. I.ollls
i Boston 52
Detroit . 52
Ch ion go 4S
Pacific Const league Standings
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I San Francisco X
I Sacramento 79
j Seattle 75
j Ixis Angeles 73
j Oakland 7 4
Salt Lake 50
beach points, with a $3 fare for the j Portland
round trip. The rate war started as
the result of the recent cut in the
steamer and bos line fare".
The same cut may be made to Ore
gon Klcctrie points.
SWIFT'S SUGAR CURED EMPIRE JIAM 42c
PRIME STEER BEEF
5c Shoulder Steak .... 20c
Stew Beef 5c Round Steak 25c
Pot Roast 12 l-2c Rib Steak 25c
Gross Rib Roast . . ..... 18c Loin Steak . . . . . Tr28c
PLENTY OF SPRING FRIES AND ROASTING CHICKENS
10c Shoulder Roast Lamb . . . 20c
Spring Lamb Slew
Spring Lamb Steak 20c Legs Lamb 25c
Spring Lamb Loin Chops 25c Rib Lamb Chops 25c j -..
Two men employed in tne construc
tion of a water tube in Eric, Pennsyl
vania, were recently swept nearly a
mile through the concrete tube when
la temporary dam let go during a ter
I rific rainstorm. They were carried
to the lake and thrown upon the sand
: where they recovered. Nearly an Inch
and a half of rain fell.
W. C. T. U. DECLARES IT
IS NOT AS INTOLERANT
AS IT HAS BEEN PAINTED
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 19
. P.) The women's Christian
Temperance Union set itself
straight on a number of sub-
Jeets rolled down hose, blue
laws, tobacco, home brew and
other things. It declared itself
not half as intolerant as It is
painted. The organization
thinks thus: Home brew is a
fad and will not last; bobbed hair
Is lovely on many girls and is
clean and sanitary.! if washed,,
regularly; blue laws are a liquor
At Salt Lake 7. Portland 1.
At Sacramento 3-9, Seattle 5-5.
At San Francisco 2. Vernon 11.
At Ixis Angeles 9, Oakland 12.
American A-ssoHatlon Iti-Mllts
Milwaukee 3, Louisville G.
St. Paul 3-1, Columbus 5-4.
Kansas City fi, Indianapolis 4.
Minneapolis 8. Toledo 4.
Western Ix-agup Itcsiilts
Wichita 7-6. Oklahoma City 3-9.
Tulsa 10-5, Joplin 11-0.
Omaha 9, Des Moines 8.
St. Joseph 11. Pioux City 4.
Southern Asportation llesults
. .Pliiniiiglinm 1. Mobile 3
Nashville 5, New Orleans 10.
Little Hock 1, Chattanooga 2.
Memphis-Atlanta postponed, rain.
How Hip Series Sin nd
At Salt Lake 2 games, Portland no I
games; at Sacramento 2 games, Seat
tle 1 game; at Los Angeles 2 games
Oakland 1 game; at San Francisco 1
game, Vernon 2 games.
interest propaganda, the organ
ization, however, opposing the
commercial Sabbath and Sunday
paid movies; rolled socks are
immodest on adult women;
men and babies are welcome to1
wear them short; close contact
dancing is jmmodest; tobacco is
bad for Immature persons and
they disapprove .of the "over
OIIILIlil tiki AWXTS. 3.V
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pens, see this before it's jUS"
gi.ne a mammoth five J ' I P
reel comedy thriller gl
about a barber who iS"- VgS
captures a throne.
Filmed in three coun- . ZJ T
tries and packed solid f , -
w;th laughter. . J , ,
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FAMOUS PLAYERS -LASKY w
CORPORATION Presents ifiaure J
Our Grocery Department is Booming with all Seasonable
Fruits and Vegetable
If it's on the market we have it.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car,
seats five comfortably. While an enclosed car
with permanent top, it has large windows, and
may in a minute be changed to a most delight
ful open car with always a top protecting
ngainst the sun. In inclement weather it is a
closed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof.
Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric
starting and lighting system and demountable
rims with 3-mch tires front and rear. A real
family car. Won't vou come in and look at it?
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car with the economy ot the
At the Sign or a Service I i
AND WHITEN SKfN
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces of
1 orchard White, which any drug store
will supply for a few cents, shake well,
and you have a quarter pint of the best
' freckle and tan bleach, and com
Massage Ill's sweetly fragrant lemon
lotion into the face, neck, arms and
hands each day and see how freckles
and blemishes bleach out and how
clear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes.
i Patrons of the Alta theatre -were
given an unusual treat last night when
4, ! "Children of Destiny," a Republic pic-
file starring Kdith Hallor began a two
I days' showing.
"Children of Destiny" is Just
' what the title implies. It deals with
the subject of heredity. When a girl
' is born of a beautiful hut illicit love,
I as long as she does not know that she
I is illegitimate the good in her
I predominates. Hut when .she is in-
formed of her true station In life, the
I ! devil in her steps to the front. Of
i course in the end she is saved by love,
j Miss Hallor has a role that calls for
! a portrayal of three stages in life,
j First that of the young wife, tied to a
j husband, who thinks so little of her
I that he stakes her in a poker game;
I then as the mother and at the same
time as the young daughter. Not an
! easy role even for so talented and cx
i perienced an actress as Miss Hallor.
But she handles it with grace and
charm, and of the three phases in
which she appears, it is difficult to
say in which she pleases most. Her ,
gowns were handsome and fitted well ;
Into the elaborate settings nf the pic- j
tu res. !
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Priced
East Oregonian Printing Department
studio in Hollywood, on the banks of
a quiet river in Northern California,
the fishing village was built especially
for the picture. It in so accurate in
detail as to convince almost any
oriental that the scenes had been
taken in China. Quaint Chinese
houses were built amid wild rice and
bamboo. The funny little wharves, on
stilts, extending into the water are
there. The strangely woven fish bas
kets and the racks for net'drying, lend
color to the scene.
Ixiss of Appetite is commonly grad
ual; one dish after another is set asid?.
It is one of the first indications that
the system is running down, and there
is nothing else so good for it as Hood's
.Sarsaparilla the best of all tonics.
Oregon's Higher Institution g(
Eight Schools; Seventy Departments
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19, 2l
For tnlarmatioa write Is th fctf iitrv
Oregon Agricultural College
SIMPSON AUTO CO.
lMiuiK- -lim Water anil Johnson St.
Children, 5c Adults, 20c
The First Born
Robertson-Cole's Super-Special Production vividly il
lustrating San Francisco's Famous Chinatown in the dsys
before the fire in a tale that is a thrilling combination of
romance and dramatic incidents.
THE GREATEST OF CHINESE DRAMAS
From the Play by Francis Powcri
COMEDY THE MASQUERADE
Ar.c.vni: TODAY j
'ki;, jn:i:v. jokfii" !
rosTi'MKs auk (;ou(;r.ors!
Costumes of gorgeous colors worn '
by the King and his attendants and
made in his own factory, the Sassy ,
.lane Manufacturing Company, will be'
one of the features of Sydney Chap- i
lin's Paramount picture. "King. Queen
Joker." which conies to the Arcade
Mr. Chaplin Is interested in many
business propositions, and an enthu
siastic booster for his industries. The
Sassy Jane establishment is owned by
him and therefore is pretty close to
I The Sassy Jane Compnm- wn the
idea of a young woman, and Mr. Chap-
i lin was quick to see money making ao-
' vantages in the dress factory. Tho
business is growing by leaps and
bounds. Starting with sixty machines,
the company now has double that
1 number working early and late to sup-
! ply the demand.
, Believing that he could secure ex
actly what he desired in the way ot
costumes for his first company pro
duction from his own factory, Mr.
Chaplin placed his order and surveyed
with pride the work turned out. Due
to the rush of business at the plant, it
was necessary for the operators to
work overtime In getting out the cos
tume order, hut the results justified
the extra trouble and expenses.
A PHOTO PLAY THAT QUICKENS
II AY A RAW I'KTIHK
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Tn tho Uobci tson-Colc si.per-speci.il
puture, 'T'.io First Horn.," starring
i:ip Hay.ikawa. wb'u n will be
shown for the first tim today at the'
Past tne Theatre, what has been pro-,
nounced by experts as the most pic- 1
turesnue Chinese fishing village ever
'constructed for a motion picture, is
slu'wn. The setting is perfect for the.
reason that Hubert P.llis, art director
and Colin Campbell, general director j
of the picture, spent many weeks in (
the supervis on of construction and in j
A BIT OF DRAMA FROM REAL LIFE. SOME
THING TO SEE AND TALK ABOUT.
ROSCOE (FATTY) ARBUCKLE
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I Far awuy from the Hayakawa