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PAGES 7 TO 12
PAGES 7 TO 12
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1921.
whllo the Portland Motorboat club
will aid by furnishing the official
boats, ltay JamlHon will pilot the
MlKnon, while William Love, owner of
the WnywcKO and commodore of the
Portland Motorboat club, will have Ills
While there will be several strong
distance swimmers In the race from
!umiiK the local mermen. It In expect.
It J that the title will be taken to Scut
tle, this year by MItrio Konowuloff of
Multnomah Club Has 17 Entries jd!ri?. thh
BASEBALL SUMMARY ! tr:h:
for Distance Try Which Has
Not Been Staged Singe 1918
Beventeeh entile" hnvo been receiv
ed by Jack Cody, swimming instruc-
best year In competition this season,
having already won the national mile
against some of the best swimmers in
the east, and also placed first In two
middle-distance events in the Pacific
coast championships at Kan Diego re
lational 1.1'auue Stand n;;s
tor of th Multnomah Amateur Ath-1 cently.
letio club, for the marathon swim to Cody to date has received the fol
be held tomorrow afternoon In the lowing entries: Steve Mushnell. Collie
Willamette river from Wlndemtith to i Wheeler, Ted Alonen, Bus Douglas,
the Morrison street bridge. The race, j Jack Pobochanko. Pen Lombard, Pave
which Is being staged under the aus-jFall, Curtin Carroll, Paul Ellwell, lln-
pices of the Multnomuh club Is an at
tempt to I'bvIvo the Wlllametle river
marathon which for several years was
race ICusterday, Everett Fenton, M 1
lon rteed Klepper, Pontile Austin.
Walter La Mar, Paschal Howard,
nn annual affair anil one of the swim , Chuck CVdy and Mltrie Konowaloff.
classics of the northwest, but which I N'o entry will be allowed to compete
was discontinued during the war. The who Is not registered and holds an
last marathon was in 1918. and was amateur athletic union card. All con-
won by Myron Wllsey, Multnomah
club end University of Oregon swim
mer. Wllsey will not enter the race
th'.s year. I
Promptly nt 1:30 o'clock the swim-1
mers will shove off from the float at
Wlndeniuth and will finish under the
Morrison-street bridge. The harbor
patrol boat will keep the course clear. Inh
tostnnts will bi allowed to have a ca
noe or boat to follow them, but th's
craft must Peep nt least 20 feet away
from the swimmer.
The best place from which to wit
ness the race will be from the Haw
thorne bridge, where an excellent view
may be had of both the start and fin-
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Philadelphia . . . .
American Association ItcMilts.
Minneapolis 6, Indianapolis 0.
WckKtii Ijoaguo Komi Its.
Omaha 7, Wichita 6.
S;oux City 5. Oklahoma City 11.
St. Joseph 6, Joplin 7.
Dcs Moines 9, Tulsa S.
Souilicrn Asws-'ntlon Ibwulis.
Memphis 4-3, New Orleans 2-7.
Itlrmlnghnm 2, Chattanooga 5.
Atlanta 3, Nashville 2.
Utile Itock-Moblle, rain.
Pacific Coast Unfile Standings,
Pan Fraiuisco S7 58 .(
Sacramento 1(3 62 '.5
Seattle SO 62 X
Aopcles 77 63 .T
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Stew Beef 5c Round Steak 25c
Pot Roast 12 l-2c . Sirloin Steak 28c
Cross Rib Roast 18c Porter House Steak 28c
Roast Pork 25c Loin Pork Chops 38c
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Lamb Slew 10c Leg of. Lamb
English Lamb Chop;
Lamb Roast 20c
Lamb Steak - 20c French Lamb Chops
I Is a woman ever justified in shoot-1
' ins and seriously injuring a man?
This Is one of the questions which
! will hold and thrill audiences when
j ''Mari s Plaything," the latest Republic
j release,, starring Grace Davidson and
j Montague Love, comes to the Alt
i i neitu e iuoa . j 4
I lit this highly oraniatic picture it (
; is answered affirmat.vely. Grace ! f
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i.ivir.Fii, wiiu liiu line ill .Mriiir :
i Vanghan, a flower air at J,uffanti's, a
j racy resort where the idle rich eonj;re
I (fate, discovers that the has been used
j as a bait by a group of human sharks
i to lure and trap and then separate a;J
, millionaire's son from his mone5'. j j
. With this knowledge comes a deter- ,
j minat.'oi) to cut the threads which j f
'have been used to ensnare V;in Tell, j
the rich man's son. In doins this. 'I
! Nell'e Vaughan faces Devlin Madox, ! i
j who has engineered the plot in which ; j
both she and Van Tcel have been vie- i I
tlms. Madox shows temper, at the 4
(ami! time sneering- at the possibility J
of a woman downing him. In the ' i
quick action which follows, Madox is I J
shot by Miss Vaughan. Instead of ; J
being Jailed, as would seem probable, I
consequent events so shape themselves
that Nellie V;rughah'8 action is Justifi
ed. Madox, the villain, is played with
suave power by the admirable Stuart
Holmes. Montagu Love is Peiten Van
Teel and Grave Davidson is Nellie
Get Your' Man
A Royal Mounted Police Story.
RAZZIN THE JAZZ.
Twenty Imported hats were auc
tioned off for 1700 at the retail mil
liners' fall show in New York. Hero"
is one of them. Is it worth JS5? It
Is a draped turban of silver-gray
metallized satin with a biack aigrette
upstanding in front. While there is
a suggestion cf the eastern poten
tate's turban, the breadth of the hat
and the manner of draping makes It
mors Parisian than Persian.
I Oakland .
j Vernon . .
I Salt I..'ik
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her former self. Stripped of money,
her nerves chattered by drugs, a wan
derer on the Limehouse streets, she
realizes that she must in some way get
to America and try to resume her
place of power in the theatre. She ar-
I rives in New York for the opening of
AltCADK TODAY j the performance and there on the
"Reputation," the Universal super- j :itAt.e he sees a pirl who is the coun
feature in which Priscilla Dean was I terpart of what she was before sin
seen laBt night at the Arcade Theatre i seared her soul. The girl is her
will go down in the memory of play- j daughter, though neither knows the
goers as one of the most dramatic ; other. Then follows a climax that for
stories ever told on the screen. j explosive thrill-power his never been
j ne star ascends to dramatic neignis , equalled on the screen.
and sounds the depths of palhos in
this picture. . Her
The story was filmed at
City by Stuart Paton. It
Universal ' Buck Jones, the motion picture
Is based ' star who comes to the Pastime Thea
upon "False Colors," Eduina Levin's tre today in the Fox picture. "Get
novel and the screen adaptation by ; Your Man," waa formerly captain of
captaincy, conceived the brilliant Idea
of setting fire to hla father' barn and
rushing to the rescue. The barn was
fired, the alurm sounded, and Captain
Puck Jones, with his brave fire lad
dies, rushed fop the scene.
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WHITEN SKIN AND
At Pan Francisco, Oakland
At Los Angeles, Seattle 3, Vernon
. At Sacramento 10, San Francisco
At Salt Lake 8, Lob Angeles 7.
Lue'en Hubbard and Doris Schroeder.
Playing a dual role, that of mother
Port- and daughter. Miss Dean interprets
the parts with such sincerity that
many doubted that one individual
a fire company in his home town of
Vincennes,, Indiana. He held this
coveted position one day.
Inspired by the Installation of a
neighborhood fire department wfctch
! could so completely assume, such wide-j toasted a crinvon hose wagon, Buck
! ly opposed characteristics. and the other boys in, his "gang" im-
fktueeze the juice of two lemms tnt4
a bottle containing hree' ounces of
Orchard White; which any dniir store
will supply for a few cents, shake well,
and you'have a quarter plnlf tt harm
less and delightful lemon bleach. Ma
sage ih's sweetly fragrant lotion into
ihe face,' eck,. arms and hands each,
uav, thenshortly note, th beauty and
whiteness of your sKtn.vl ,V', jf . - -
famous stage beauties use this lem
Salmon, .Halibut, Salmon Trout
PEACHES $1.00 PER CRATE
If it's on the market we have it
At the Sign of a Scrrioe
I IIONOH'I.'., Aug. 26. (I. N. S.)
Extreme activity during the Autumn
months of this year culminating in a
tremendous eruj tion in November is
the prediction beinn made for local
volcanolugists for Ktlauea volcano, the
continuously active volcano situated
near the city of lliio. on the island of
Laura Figlan. the dominant figure mediately organized a fire company of
in the story, is the reigning beauty on their own. The "hose wagon", con-
the European stae. She is about to . s'sted of two sets of wheels and a longr , jotton w each and brim? that soft,
sail for New yens to star on tsroari- j irninn on wnicn were piaceu oucKeis ot clear, rosy-white complexion, also M
way when a party, more dissolute than ! water. I rit .i,nh..rit .nj i.n kl'.. h.,.
ethers which have preceded It. leaves I But why a fire company without rausc ;t j-.oesn't Irritate. ' ' ''
her n wretched, dissipated shadow of ' fire? Huck. having been elected to 'the : '
f Professor T. A. Jagsar, of the V. S.
weather bureau, director of the vol
cano observatory at Kilauca volcano,
is said to he anion;; those looking for
unusual activity in the crater this fall.
During March of this yiar there was
a most spectacular eruption in which
the lava overflowed from the fire pit
of Malenianumau onto the floor of
the main crater. Since thai lime there
has been a gradual snhsidance of the
j lava in the fire pit.' but such move-
fl incuts are usually followed by rising
and Increased activity. Professor i
If the expected activity takes plare I
it will be the signal, not for a panicky
flight from the region nf the volcano,
but for a rush to get there and see
,the show." for Kilauca is a "tame" ;
volcano and its eruption, while spec
DR I YNN If Dt AVTCirv Jtacular in the extreme, is not anger-
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j HAS PROVENSUCCESSFULj
I LONDON. Aus. 26. U. N. S.) Z
Spins Ropes, Hats and
1 have taken over the prac
t'ce of Dr. Dale Uothwell, op
toemtrist and optician, and
'll practice permanently in
Pendleton nt the office for
merly occupied by him in the
American Bank building.
I am a graduate of De
Keyser Institute of Optomet
ry, one of the very best in
Glasse Ground to
Fit Your Eyes
Lenses Duplicated on
I have all of Dr. Rothwell's
office records and equipment
and am ready to meet the
people of rmatllla County.
DR. L C. RICHEY
American National ruuik
LONDON, Aus. 26- T. N. SO
Drivlne nn .lirshin bv steam Is the
very latest stunt evolved by a former
expert or the Royal Air Force.
! Captain W. P. Durtnall, who was
i formerly Staff Captain in the Chief
j Mechanical and Kleetrical Knsineers'
; Department of the Reyal Air Force,
claims to have f inured out a method
i by means of which airships can be
driven by steam.
According to n very conservative
account of the Invention, as utven out
I by the Air Ministry, it does away com
pletely with the ordinary boiler,
! steam beimr izenerated by means of
iiitcninl-coinbiistion power or heat
The superheated steam heat energy
I ; is supplied to special steam motors.
: which are reversible and can be con
! trolled from a central control-station.
Heavy oil is used as fuel and it is
claimed that the drivini: machinery
'can be safely placed Inside the frame
of the airship Instead of in separate
jtondolns, as at pf'.'ent.
! This will hrinir about a treat redo:--
in a'r resistance and will there-
odmc the power required for
It Is c'n'med tlvt th ne- svstcin
i will lnetion at altitudes hitherto nn
ntiMnnhli w'th the ordilllirv tvno of
Internal combustion engine.
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