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IIKNI) HUMiKTI.V, IIHND, OllKOOS, TIIUIIHIAV, 4I'I,Y 10, 1010
; TAKE SERIES
LAST GAME IS' WON BY
IIihihIoii'n Mm I'lity Hplfinllil Hull In
Htniiliiy Conical, hut (Jiimn In
.Mart ill liy Work nf Hub-
(From Monday' Dally.)
Uy u neon) or 6 to 0, tin) Iluiul
I on in, unilur tlio fluldiiiien of Cnplnln
Anil Iluimton, took tliulr hccoiiiI
:ii mo or tlio HiirlcH (rout Hid llattury
"A" tiium of thn H7(h flolil iirllllory
In Hut Unit conduit on tlio ilujiot
KiotiinlH yi'Nlorduy nfturnooii, Hutur
ilny'n k I" o Intel koiiu (o tlio vlHltom,
H to , thn fruciiN luntliiK for lint
In Hunituy'n khiiiii, u luiiiiiutably
finiull crowd whh on tiaml to nn llciul
It ti t up oiin of tlio hunt uxhlliltloiiH
of tint ni'imoii. Tutliorow, workliiK
for t ho Hocoml Hiiiii In throw eluyii,
allowed lnit oiio lilt, iiuil only two
i-rrorM worn vliulkoil up mkuIiihI Hid
ontlru t train. Kow, liownvor, roullzcil
Hid quality of hall liuliic prommti'il
to I limn, for In Hto fourth IiiiiIiir
Catcher lluyon, of tlio milcHnm, pro
tinted no voclforotiHly iikuIiihI Dni
tlrn Dny'H rullni: iih to Hid falriicitH
of n lilt that tlio official whh re
moved, mid on lluyuft' ruqucxt wun
roplaciul hy "I'lnklii" I.owIh, who
wan a I in OKt iih iinccoMKfnl In JikIkIiik
Imlln mul Htrlkim un ho wun In pick
I uc tho wluiior of thn world' limivy
Cull unci sec
the NEW MODEL
wolitht chumplontihlp. f'loudH of
diiHt Intormlltoiitly mwoopIiik ncroHH
Iho croliiidM liolpuri to iiialio tho hmt
flvo InnltiftH iilmoluloly liopuloNn,
I'liiitlin CliMiio t.'nfoHuiiali',
Up to tho fourth, nol n tally
hIiowdiI for olthor nldo, mid only ono
hit, a two-lwiKKor for Milriorutl, had
Ikiiiii roconlml. Tlicti Htnploton hit,
mul watt Miicrlllcod to nucouil hy Wale.
(lYofittwnlil faiinml, Ulcliardu walked,
mul Totliorow hit, cloKKlnK tho Imhoh,
HIiooU mIiikIu on thn third hinto Hun
ncoruil Htatilolon mid IllchurdH, mid
iiIho iitartod thu arKUinoiit which ro
Htiltoil In thu cIiiiiikIiik of umpired,
JImkI'h rninaliiliiK xcoren cainit In
tho fifth. IlruiiM readied flrrit when
kocoikI miilTed IiIh Kroundiir, Hutu
wont out on hcooiiiI on IIouhIoii'h
liiflnld drlvo, Htnplutou hit, mul took
nnother on pltchur'H error, while
Hlato took flint. All Ihreo h cored
on (Iroonwald'H Ioiik hIiikIo.
llend HhootH, kk; Maiterud, 2h;
ItnuiH, lb; Hoimton, Hit; Htnploton,
c; Hlato, rf; (lruouwiilil, cf; Itlcli
artlM, If; Tulhorow, p.
Iluttory "A" lluffoner. 2h: Nel-
hoii, mm; Cohen, lilt; Hayed, c; Flelch.
KlIiiKor, If; Jomm, lh; Volt, cf, I'lllx,
rf, Wlutorhotliiiin, p.
FOR NEW STORE
(From Tliurartny'a Dally.)
An noon mi tho pontofflco ran ho
loratuil In it now uartorn In tho
O'DoiiiioI block on Wall ntnwl, N. It,
(lllliert, formerly with Ollborl'n Uro
eery, will open u larK't furulturu ntoro
In Hid Hphlnr hulldluK whero tho
pontofllro Ih now itlttinted.
In aunouucliiK bin pIiiiih, Mr, 011
lntrt nit Id bo will noon tnako an ex
IuiihIvo huyliiK trip to tho coast,
whero ho will itelect IiIh rtock. Mr.
(Illberl IntentU to carry a IiIkIi cluitu
lino of fiiriilturo, rtiKH, ittoven and
other iicceHsorleti to u furulturu xtore.
In addition mi t'xebauKO department
will ho conducted on a largo ncalo.
Thu now firm will ho known a
tho Gilbert Furniture Store.
Mr. Gilbert, with hln father. X. K.
Gilbert, and brother, bun been en
Kuiced In bunlueitH In llend for n num
ber of yearn, and hat alwaya been
aucceiiaful. Mr. Gilbert In enthuitl
aitlc about hln now enterprlnt.
It In hoped that tho atoro may be
opened by August 15.
CIIAHMIH W. MHHKI.Ni: ItlMIMICT.
Ill) TO II HA I) POST AITMCA.
TIO.V l-Olt CIIAHTKIt HUNT TO
(From Wadncuday'a Dally.)
Kluclloii of pernianeiit ofllcorM for
Percy A. Hloveiid poh(, American Io
Kloii, drew tho la r Kent attendance of
norvlco uiou hIiico tho pout wiim flml
tentatively funned. Confltleiico In
thu men who have already been nt
Hid bead of pout nffulrn wim uliown
whon tho temporary officer worn re
olocted unaiilmoUMly. Two now pohI
Hoiih provided by tho recently adopt
ed by-IawH were iiIko filled, ltov.
OeorKD II. Parklimon, until recently
n chaplain In tho U. H, army, wan
UiuiiilmoUHly elected to a like office
lit the pout, mul Henry N. Fowlor
waH named hlHlorlan.
Chairmen of tho Mtaudliis; coin
mltteeH werO appointed an followH:
Membemlilp, llnlpli Allen; entertuln
meiit, M. 0, Wagner; beiievolenco,
GeorKO II. ParkluHon; Mpeclul fea
tured, Fnmk It. Prince.
Formal application for a charter
from ntatu headquarter wiim author
Ued hy tlio poMt, and tho reiiieit Ih
being itcnt In to Portland today.
Til In, however, does not menu Hint
tho list of charter mouthers Is closed,
for meji joining any tltno up to tho
aiiiilvermiry of Armistice day will
bn considered as churter members.
From now on meetings of tho
post will bo held thu first Monday
of ouch month, and In preparation
for tho next meeting a special effort
will bo niado to Interest, enough secv
Ico men In the pout to Insure an at
tendance of at least double tho
number present lust night.
MEMBER OF COUNCIL
BREAKS TRAFFIC LAW
Cut This Out IPs Worth Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
Up, enclose with Cc to Foley & Co.,
2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, III.,
writing your namo and address
dourly. You will recelvo In return '
a trial package containing Foley s
Honey and Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid
noy Pills mid Foley Cathartic Tablets.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Inadvertently bucking bis car
u cross tho Intersection at tho corner
of Wall and Greenwood yesterday,
City Councilman K. L. Payno was
seen by Flro Chief Tom Carlon and
requested to report at bis curliest
convenience to Municipal Judge
Peoples. In court Mr. Payne pleaded
guilty to a charge of violating tho
city traffic taws and paid a fine of 5.
Something to ibTIT AdrertUs Is
rhft nullntln'a classified column.
DIltlCCTOIt OF ItKCI.AMATION
HKHVICI-: ASICS APPOINTMENT
OF NFAV GKOIXXnCAIi KXPKKT
TO HKTTliK QUESTION.
MUCH IN DEMAND
(From Thursday's Dally.)
That Hid proposed geological sur
rey of Hid Irrigation reservoir situ nt
Ilonhnm Falls fs now In tho hands
of F. K. Weymouth, chief of construc
tion, U. S. reclamation service, Is tho
Information received this morning
by T. If Foley, president of thoI!entl
Commercial club, from Percy A.
Cupper, stat engineer.
A letter from A. P. Dnvls, reclama
tion director, which accompanies Mr.
Cupper's communication, Is In ex
planation of tho change of manage
ment of tho proposed survey. "Pro
fessor Crosby has been delayed by
bis duties with the army engineers
In . Alabama," Mr. Davis says, In
upcaklng of tho government expert
who wus at first detailed to make
tho IJenham falls examination. "On
account of the urgency of tho Hen
ham fulls Investigation, as Indicated
In your letter, I have written to the
chief of construction suggesting that
Mr. Horner Hamlin, California geolo
oglst, bo substituted for Professor
Crosby," ho adds.
Tho director of tho reclamation
sorvlco predicts that tho arrange
ments will bo made for the examina
tion some time In July.
Sink of Central Oregon Tubers Atkril
by Ortfcon Associate! Industrie
to Ho lcI In Salad.
(From Saturday's Dally.'
A whole sack of Central Oregon
potatoes will ho turned Into salad
for tho Oregon associated Industries
luncheon, to bo given noon In Port
land, It was announced this morning
by J. II. Miner of this city. Mr.
Minor has boon asked to furnish tho
Karllcr In the year Mr. Minor sont
a sack of potatoes grown near Ucnd
to each of tho department heads of
tho Oregon Journal. Tho gift was
so well appreciated that when A. O.
Chirk, manager of tho Associated
Industries of Oregon, wroto to J.
hungrier, farm editor of the Journal,
for a supply of "famous spuds from
Ilond, or other favored district," his
request was referred directly to Mr.
Four chairs at your service at tbt
Metropolitan. No waiting. Adr.
Put It In "THE lll'MiBTI.NV
BE HERE SOON
That the geological exports sent
by tho reclamation service of tho
federal govornmont will bo In Hend
this month to Investigate tho possi
bilities of tho Hciihnm falls reservoir
ito Is tho Information convoyed In
& telegram received this morning by
tho Uend Commercial club from F. E.
Weymouth, chief of construction, to
whom the matter had been turned
over by Director Davis, In Washing
ton, D. C.
Mr. Weymouth's telegram, coming
from Denver, Is In rcsponso to ono
sent Thursday by tho Commercial
club asking- information ns to tho
geologists' plans and offering any as
sistance possible In expediting tho
work. "Professor W. O. Crosby, geol
ogist; Homer Hamlin, geologist and
engineer, and A. J. Wiley, engineer,
will arrlvo In The Dalles July 17 to
Investigate Henham falls reservoir
site. I will request them to cam
munlcato with you," the telegram
(From Thuraduy's Dally )
Services were hold In Prlnevlllo
this afternoon for Sergeant Hay Har
vey, formerly of tho 44th Infantry,
who died at St. Vincent's hospital
In Portlund of typhoid fover. Ho
had been sent to Portland for treat
ment by the homo service depart
ment of. tho Hend lied Cross after
pending thrco weeks In this city
following his discharge at Camp
Sergeant Harvey enlisted from
hero In the early part of August,
1917, went overseas, and Is believed
to have contracted typhoid during
tho latter part of his service In the
army. Ho Is survived by a brother
Clarence employed on the Pilot
Uutle ranch, and by his father, who
fives near Prlnerllle.
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