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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1921.
TAKE LOCALS INTO
IP IN THIRD SET
t Ask Capper, He Knows
Games Played Sunday Result
in Victories for Visitors
in Two Out of Three Series.
Smarting under two previous de
feats, Echo horseshoe pitcher came to
Pendleton laHt Sunday and took home
the bacon, which In this case wag rep
resented by victories of two teams out
of three In the series that played here.
Donis and Ktrby, on Pendleton's first
team, against whom tho visitors pitted
their secondary players, had an easy
time In winning their games, three
straight, but tho second and third
teams lust. On the total, 12 games
were played, each side winning 8, but
the visitors had their victories bunch
ed. Kirby was high point getter, 41 be
ing chalked to him In three games.
Hanavan and Ellison also secured 41.
Klrby was high man of the field In
ringers, seven being credited to him.
In five games, Ellison made S3, Mark
en 44, and Fisher 41. Marken and
Klllson were tied on ringers, each man
having six to his credit, one set of
doubleheaders. Hanavan got eight,
one set of doubles.
The results of the scries were as fol
lows: Ionls-Klrby, Pendleton, 23-21-21.
Samuels-HuWkins, Echo, 3-18-8.
Elllson-Korinek, Pendleton 22-22-13-20-14.
Fishcr-Markcm, Echo, 18-4-21-21-21.
MoMonles-lIianavan, Pendleton, 22-18-16-12.
Oliver-Hale, Echo, 12-21-21-21.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 7. (I. N. 8.)
Never permit anyone to pour hot
water Into the tub when you're bath
ing. Learn that much from the
mournful experience of others.
Homer Bentty is dead today from
being scalded. The handle of a kettle
tiroke as his wife went to pour hot wa
ter Into the tub where he was bathing.
Cabbage worms can be kept down by.
dusting every two weeks of the early
growing season with arsenate o lead
powder 15 parts diluted with 5 parts
sulphur or sifted Wood ashes. Cucum
ber and squash beetles are controlled
by tho samo treatment. O. A. C. Ex
it- , t iK4-. . j
l l I
Arthur Capper Is more than "the ssnator from Kar.sas." He pub
lishes several farm papers. And he nows a thing or two about farming.
Here he is showing gardeners of the Capital grounds the proper way to
spray .trecu and combat ravages of iosecUv
DAIRYMEN FEAR BIG
NEW YORK. Sept. 7. (I. N. S.)
Unless eonxress enacts a bill proposed
to put a ban on manufacture of bogus, j
milk, production of milk-substitutes, ,
which huve been proved injurious to
health, will be forced upon New York
and other milk-distrlbutlng companies,
according to Arthur W. Mllburn, presi
dent of the Horden Condensed Milk
Tho milk-substitutes lack vitamino
and other ingredients essential to pro
moting growth in an infant. Last year
S7,flp0,00fl pounds ot . condensed
skimmed "milk." in which the butter
fat has been replaced by roconut oil
or other vegetable fats, were sold In
the irnite.d States. As this sort of
product has been on the market for
Fancy Pears Fancy
Wrapped and packed and will keep a long time.
Fall Butter Pears j1-? per r
D'Anjo Pears S1-25 Per box
Italian PRUNES Silver
Packed in Regular pound crates :...60c per crate
Crawford Peaches $1-25 per crate.
Muir Peaches $1-25 Per crate
Phone 455 At the Sign of Serrtoe
"If it's on the Market We Have It
only three years Its growth Is consld
ered alarming by manufacturers whi
believe in retaining butter fat in con
densed milk for Its nutritive qualities.
Feedlnt children on milk from
which all'the butter fat has been ex
tracted may result in pellagra and
kindred diseases, Mr. Milburn said.
In a brief filed with the Agricultu
ral Committee of the house, which is
holding hearings on the Vogit bill to
prohibit substitute milk, the Borden
Company, throuuh Its attorney. "Wal
ter EiikpIh, referred to testimony by
Dr. McCullom. of John Hopkins I'ni
versits", In which he condemned the
substitution of vegetable oils and fatf
for butter fat. on the ground that pub
lic health would not permit of the sale
of this article.
. ' Jtetuli grocers sell the substltuti
milk on the same terms as condensed
milk .containing butter fat "and often
at the same prire, according: to Mr.
Mnlburn, although the cost of manu
facturing is a hundred pounds.
compared with $4 41 for milk contain
ing butter fat.
"The problem is po imaginary one,"
said Mr. Milburn. "With cocoanut.
peanut and cottonseed oils competing I
with butter fat. there is bound to he a
decided slump in our dairy industry.
The milk supply rises and falls with
the price obtained for the article. The
butter fat replaced by foreign oils and
fats creates a surplus to be used in
other products, such as full cream,
butter and cheese, oversupplying the
market and reacting in decreased pro- ,
duction. Last year ".Ono.nno pounds!
of cocoanut oil replaced a like amount
of butter fat In evaporated milk and
put 8,000,000 extra pounds of butter
j on the market that competed with and
lowered the price of creamery butter.
The public may see in this a benefit,
but it is of a very temporary charac
ter, since a lower price for milk prod
ucts has always curtailed production
and induced the sale of cows for
National league Standings
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg ...J.'. .80 El .611
New York 80 S -59T
W. Louis , ..75 59 .580
i'.nston . ."t 60 -641
Prooklyn .69 .519
Cincinnati &! "i3 .447
Chicago Bl 81 .386
Philadelphia 45 88 .331
American Ix-agnie Standings
W. L. Tct.
New York 8" -623
Cleveland 81 4 9 .62 1
St. Louis 68 65 .51 1
Washington 66 68 .493
Boston .62 64 .492
Detroit 62 71 .466
Chicago 56 75 .427
Philadelphia 46 81 .362
raciflc Coast Ix-aguc Standings
W. L. Pet.
F:in Frnncincn 95 65 .594
Los.Anmlrs' 91 66 .580
Sacramento, 92 67 .578
Heattle 87 69 .5GS
Oakland 81 "'
Vernon 82 76 .511
Salt Lake 62 93 .400
Portland :38 117 .244
At Los Angeles 5, San Krancisco 3.
All other teams traveling.
Southern Association Itesiilts
At Nashville 5, Birmingham 4 (sec
ond game called in third, rain.) .
Atlanta, 1, New Orleans 4.
Chattanooga 0, Memphis 8.
Western league Results
Tulsa 6-8, Wichita 14-2. .
Oklahoma City 9, Joplln 6.
Des Moines 12, St. Joseph 17. ,
Omaha 13, Sioux City 8. '
I ill,' i;;j 'I1- ;
K2i M2t 1 K
YouTl get somewhere
with a pipe and P. A.!
Princt Albert it
told in toppy rtd
bags, tidy red tins,
end half pound tin
humidors and in the
pound crystal glass
NEW YORK. Sept. . Cl. N. S.)
Simplicity is the keynote of all fash
ions this season. It is decidedly no
ticeable in smart clothes for children.
A few distinct changes have been
made. - The waistline Is lowered; the
preferred neckline is oval; the sleeve
s wider than formerly.
Paris used black for children. In
America this mode is not accepteiTex-'
cept in the party froc k of "lilac'k velvet.
So far Aniprican wnjnen have not
accepted the edict of Paris that skirts
Me longer. The length of children's
dresses has not been altered.
Colors still hold sway, liright hues
Start fresh all over again at the beginning! Get a
pipe! and forget every smoke experience you ever had
that spilled the beans! For a jimmy pipe, packed
brimful with Prince Albert, will trim any degree of
smokejoy you ever registered! It's a revelation!
Put a pin in here! Prince Albert can't bite your ,
tongue or parch your throat. Both are cut out by our
exclusive patented process. So, just pass up'STryld
idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke-a ,
pipe ! We tell you that you can and just have the $je
of your life on every fire-up if you play Prince'AIbert
for packing! . ' V1'
"What P. A. hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a
home-made cigarette! Gee but you'll have a lot of'
fun rolling 'em with Prince Albert; and, it's a cinch, ,
because P. A. is crimp cut and stays put!
by R J. Reynolds
r.cticnct joy smoke
reTieve the "sombre ones, while citron
yellow and flamboyant red are used to
lighten practical frocks of serge. This
substantial material retains its favor
for utility frocks, while crepe and vel
vet dominate tor rormai wear, w;
colored"' crepe "fificks "and" "finely "em
broidered batiste remain in favor as
Noticeable among the favored wraps
is the box-line, with a sliKht circular
swing around the lower edge, making
a little flare. ' . " . ' ' -"Simplicity
dominates the world of
fashion," was the verdict rendered by
the Judges at the Juvenile Fashion,
Kevue, which was held at a New Yorlt
theatre this week.
. Colors still hold swav. lirisht hues vet nominate im n.. j"- " ; . 1 '"
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1 The cut we made in our new and second hand cars did not sell them all we
m must sell every car before October 1st; so here goes from 875 to 3100 more off on 1 1
H We must have the money and the room cars must" go if we have to give them
il a wav.
1 In building the poultry house light
I porous soil should be used for the site
! if possible. A slope that that provides
I good air and water drainage is prefer
I able, says James ltoyden, the O. A. C.
Station potiltty chief, in a new bulle
tin, Poultry Housing. Exposure to
sunshine with protection trim high
winds are other points..
Effective Sept. 2nd
Ford Motor Co.-
ANNOUNCES ANOTHER PRICE REDUC
TION ON ALL MODELS.
The following prices are now in effect:
TOURING CAR $450.00
v TRUCK $445.00
These prices are all F. 0. B. Detroit.
For prices delivered here come in and see us.
The drop ranges from $45.00 to $100.00 on the
Yours for a Ford
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408 Water & Johnson St
H Brand new Paige 45 sport model, I Brand new 1921 five passenger Paige;
j never had a wheel turned; regular price regular selling price 81940, selling
1 $2330, sacrificed at S1895
m 1920 Paige 55, 7 passenger, used 6
1921 Oakland Demonstrator, run 700
weeks; regular price 83250, sold at J miles; regular price 81375, today price
only . 81850,! is. . .! , $99;
1 Oakland Coupe, never used, wire 4 New OktVmobile Speed Wagons, re-
1 wheels; regular price 82375, goin; ! tail price is 81585, today sells them
at . S1795 I at . I J. $1250
j ALL KINDS OF SECOND HAND CARS PRICED AS LOW AS $100.
We will take notes from responsible people for one year. Will take sales on monthly payment plan.
Remember that all cars
isf Iq Soli!
T..e ft a tlm ai,vA nlavs an impor
tant part in the new gowns so does
It strike for originality in coats. The
waistline sleeve ts the innovation It
tlves the roominess of the kimona
nr wrap effect while the garnnmt it;
self follows the new fiar. in the sklrt
The Franklin Simon model has .
novel cuff, the sleeve extending be
vend tho wolf band. Taupe wolf is
used in the high choker collar and
the bands on tho skirt. The maWVl .
U jnalay iirowa tluv.Uea.
LI. E. HliLDMAN AUTH LIU
Corner E. Alta and Cottonwood