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DAILY EAST OTCEGONTAK PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1013.
NON-MILITANTS INVADE LONDON
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WIN FOR BOISE
BOISE, Ida., Aug. 13. Though Mc
Ivor passed eight and hit three bats
men, but one of these gifts figured In
the count yesterday. Uolse won 7 to
3 by oppotune hitting.
Triples by Kennedy and Altermatt
and Brown's error In the second
counted two. A pass, a stolen base
and Altermult's single added another
In the seventh, while singles by Win
kler, Reams, Blausser, Clark and Al
termatt, aided by Lundstrom's error
and Beck's bad throw in the eighth,
counted the remaining four.
With that lead Bonner eased up
and let the Bears, thus far runless,
score three times on three hits and a
Bonner fanned ten and passed
three; Mclvor whiffed six.
Altermatt's hitting and a catch by
Frlene when he pulled Harmon's hit
off the fence with one hand were the
features of the game.
The score: R. H. E.
Walla Walla 3 8 3
Boise , 7 8 1
Mclvor and Brown; Bonner and
North Yakima 4. Pendleton 0.
Boise 7. Walla 3.
Poise . . . , 19
Walla Walla 16
North Yakima ... 14
l'l'iulli'toii ....... 12
since Keveral Paris newspapers have
taken up the cudgel against Paris
opening Us arms to the big black who
had to flee the United States on white
slavery charges. '
Boston 7-9, Chicago 3-3.
Pittsburg 5, Cincinnati 2.
New York 6, BroQklyn 5.
Sacramento 6, Los Angeles
Venice E, Han Francisco 3.
Portland 10, Oakland 7.
St. Louis 7, New York 2.
X, V. Ijeasrue.
Seattle 3, Portland 2.
Victoria 8,. Tacoma 2.
Vancouver 2, Spokane 0.
Johnson Iltflits Pulzar at Marseilles.
POItIS, Aug. 13. Because Jack
Johnson has been making himself ob
jectionable In the Tarls cafes, revul
sion of feeling has caused the man
agers of the Falzar-Johnson fight to
stage It at Marseilles Instead of here
as was formerly planned. Fight pro
moters fear Johnson's reputation
would seriously hurt the game here
one Cyras Noble
bottled at drinking strength
W. J. Van Schuyver & Co., General Agents
f Ifinnii in I Ann Applications wanted for farm
ItlOIIUy 10 LOdll loans any where in Eastern Or
egon; wheat, alfalfa and dairy land. Time 3 to 5 yeais,
with re-payment privileges. I do my own inspecting, in
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NOW IN FULL BLAST
Why not plan your Summer Vacation
at this wonderful resort, reached
by rail to Portland via
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R. & N. Steamers "T. J. Potter" or. "Hassalo,"
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. CATION TO
T F. O'BRIEN, Agent
WITH EVANS' PLAN
Dudley Evans, local athletic pro
moter, will either have to . abandon
his plan to stage a northwest amateur
boxing and restling tournament dur
ing the Hound-up or give up his In
tention to put on a bout between Lar
ry Madden and some other heavy
weight pugilist. That in the decree of
T. Morris Dunne of the P. X. A. The
following story In the Portland Tele
gram of yesterday explains tha situa
tion: "I see by reports that Dudley Ev
ans, of the Pendleton Athletic club,
seems to be figuring on putting on
Larry Madden there in a bout during
the Itound-up week," said T. Morris
Dunne secretary of the registration
committee of the P. N.' A., this morn
ing. "Larry Madden is a nice fellow, and
so is Dudley Evans, but there will
cither be one kind of an exhibition
or the other at Pendleton, as far as
the P.' N. A.' is concerned.
"Evans applied and received sanc
tion for a permit to hold a two-night
amateur smoker there at that time
All well and good, and Multnomah
would probably have sent some rep
resentatives to the event, as it did last
"Hut Larry Madden has turned pro
fessional through his action In box
ing with Arthur Pelkey when he ap
peared here, and any other man who
would go against him would have to
be classed likewise.
"If the Pendleton Athletic club
wants to put on professional bouts,
all well and good. Evans Is commit
ting no crime and has a perfect right
to do so. But he can't pull one night
of professional bouts and two of ama
teurs, mixing them up in that manner.
"While the sanction has already
been granted.it can easily and will be
revoked In this case. If Madden Is se
cured to appear there In amateur
MAKTIM WIN'S GAMK FOIt
SKATTLK WITH IlOMKItl'X
Martini, late of the Walla Walla
outfield and now playing with. the Se
attle team of the Northwestern league,
won yesterday's game for Dugdale by
poling the ball over the fence in the
last half of the ninth inning. Seattle
had led up until the eighth when
Portland tied it up. one to one. Mar
tini came to bat with a man on third
in the last of the ninth and lifted the
pellet over the fence. However, he
pf.ta rmrllf for nnlv a single as the
game automatically stopped when the
man on third reached home.
A child that has intestinal worms
is handicapped In its growth A few
doses of WHITE'S CREAM VERMI
FUGE destroys and expels worms; the
child Immediately improves ana
thrives wonderfully. Price 25c per
bottle. Sold by all dealers. Adv.
Hot Oil Sca'ils Fireman Xijra..
HOOD RIVER, Ore., Aug 12. Fire
man Albert Xlga. who has been work
ing on the switch engine for the O.
W. R. & X., in the Hood River yards,
norrowly escaped being burned to
death vhen the oil lubricator on the
engine exploded and threw hot oil
over his body. Mr. Xiga was imme
diately removed to the Hood River
hospital His face is badly scalde.d
and It Is thought he may lose his eyesight.
LOXDOX. Aug. 13.
last few weeks an army of women
opposed to the militant methods of
the suffragists has quietly invaded
this city. These women are seeking
equal suffrage but are trying to win
it on a different method of procedure
than the militant. The women ar-
. - J,
rived lp London from various cities
and villages in the country, some rid
ing on horseback, and were received
in the city without any hostile demonstration.
Itc!H,'eraUon there is not so much
In the ordinary vacation as there is in
a single bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla.
which refreshes the tired blood,
sharpens the dulled nppetlte, restores
tho lost courage. Take Hood's Sar
saparllla this summer, Adv.
Negro Is Lynched.
LAUREXS. s. C, Aug. 13 Charg
ed with attacking a white woman.
Richard Puckett, a negro, was lynch
ed and his body riddled with bullets.
The victim protested his Innocence to
Talk Numhtr Eight
PORTLAXD, Aug. 13. On votes,
regarded by the delegates to the Wo
men of Woodcraft convention as tests
of the strength of the Insurgent fac
tion which is opposing the present ad
ministration, the insurgents yester
day were apparently overwhelmed.
Arinntlon of measures advocated by
the administration and re-election of
"regulars" for another four years was
confidently predicted last night.
The real test of the power wielded
by the Insurgents, however, will come
this morning. The proposed central
ization of authority in a smaller ex
ecutive committee, and the provlslo
that its members Bhall live within
300 miles of Portland is to come be
fore the convention for passage or re
jection. Centralization Measure Opposed.
It was this centralization measure
Dosition of the insur
gent faction in the convention was
nnnt,i.H TnHiireents declared K
n ii i vv." - - I'
vvmii.i mran virtuallv that supreme
authority over the order for the next
four years would be vested in Mrs.
n r 'v.n Orsdall the grand guardi
an. The charge was made Indirectly
that it would result in the upbuilding
of a machine, which would make It
difficult to unseat the present offi
cers. Some lively debating folowed the
reporting of this measure to the con
vention yesterday by the committee
hands it has been
reposing for several days, when the
convention adjourned after 5 o'clock
It was With the understanding mai u
,vo ho th first thine on the pro
gram at this morning's session.
Meanwhile here had Deen ult- "
other matters which appeared to show
...i .v, Boronirth lav. The admin
istration forces will enter today's con
flict confident of success.
hi to control suffi
cient votes to win, the re-election of
Mrs. Van Orsdall as grand guarumu.
t t -wpic-ht as errand clerk, and
Mrs. Bertha M. Leach as grand bank
er Is regarded as certain.
i..u..Mnta Would Mow Offices.
Should the present officers be re
tired and new ones elected from an
other state the headquarters of the
order, which embraces nine states
would be removed from Portland and
1.1,.. iwhere. This fact will car-
ry much weight In the election.
How much longer the convention
will remain in session could not be
guessed by the delegates last night.
Had It not been for the opposition to
the administration policies, which de
veloped last week, the convention
would have adjourned Saturday night.
Xow, It is said, with today's expected
fight disposed of, matters before the
convention can probably be wound up
by Wednesday night.
general passenger agent of the South
ern Pacific, and by Major James D.
McLaughlin, representing the depart
ment. He leaves San Francisco August 13
and goes first to the Klamath Indian
reservation. From there he will vls-
it Siletz reservation at Toledo. Or.
He will be In Portland August 31.
Others in the party are H Trevor
Booth, M. H. Cole and Rollin Lester
Gold KefereiM Offered.
PORTLAXD. Ore.. Auir. 13. e
must see your references," Bald Cash
ier Durham of the Merchants Xatlon
al bank, when John M. Fenn, a young
mining man from the Gailce district
in Josephine county, asked the bank
to honor his personal check on a
bank in Houston, Texas, nu nome
"Horn thv nrp " said voune Fenn.
making a suspicious reach toward his
right hip pocket.
He produced a small bottle, contain
ing about $600 in coarse placer gold,
and handed It through the window to
"It Is the same kind of a reference
that this bank has," he said.
His check was cashed without fur
ther question. 1
Woman I-ost in Woods.
HEPPXER, Ore. Aug. 13. Mrs
John Piper, a prominent farmer's wife
of the Lexington district, who with
the rest of the family was in the
mountains on a vacation last week
wandered away from the others In
the party and spent a good part of the
night in the woods before she was
found. Her health Is not good and
ernx-P fenrs are felt over her being
able to survive the shock resulting
from the exposure. She was brougnt
to the hospital at this place as soon
Heseues Are Thrilling.
SALEM, Ore., Aug. 13. Thrilling
rescues of about six families living: in
the Scott and Owl lodging houses, at
Commercial and . Ferry streets, were
made early this morning by patrons of
the Marlon Hotel, directly across the
street, and citizens, while fire was de
stroying the two lodging houses.
Seeing the flames burst out, the
people in the Marion Hotel rushed to
the rescue of the Inmates of the burn
ing buildings with ladders, carrying
many women and children to safety
before the fire department arrived at
the scene. .
Tears shed today will not put out
the fire in the death-trap of tomorrow.
Every Jar Guaranteed
For sale only by
Tallman 6 Co.
The General Arthur
doesn't sell by the mil
lions because it is advertised
. but because it makes good
its advertising. ' Smoke one
today and realize why men
have never changed from
General Arthur for 25 years.
, Quality and taste never
McMlnnvlllo Crops Good.
M MIXXVILLE. Ore., Aug. 13.
Hay harvest is well done and thresh
ing of grain has been In full swing for
several days in this county.
Wheat is reported as yielding equal
to, or better than, the average. Clover
seed, of which there Is a large acreage,
has not yet reached the stage for hulling.
Hay is In demand, bringing Deuer
prices than lust year.
Hnm are reported in excellent con
dition. From present conditions, the
yield will he good. Picking may com
merce here in about three weeks while
yards In the south part of tne county
will start In about two weeks.
in.llinw Will Ro Studied.
pniiTt.ixn flrn . Aue. 13. To
study the Indians on different reser
vations in the United States and as
Certain their condition Dr. Joseph
Kossuth Dixon will be In Oregon this
month, nr. Dixon's tour Is made by
authority of the interior department
nnd he is accompanied on his private
car Sisnet, according to rrtessages re
ceived yesterday, by John M.' Scott.
$50,000.00 TO LOAN
on Farm Lands at Reasonable Rate of Interest
No Long Waits for Money
Mark Moorhouse Company
117 E. Court Street
Phone 299 711 Main Street
FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
A. SCHNEITER. Prop.
WHY THE ENGLISH KEEP THEIR
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m that your blood must be In good con
dition to give that rosy cheek and that
right eye that every one admires. For erer
110 yeexe the (Teat doctors In England
bare recommended for sleeplessness,
anaemia, nursing mother and tnos In a
run-down condition the famous Whltbread
English Ale or Whttbread Renowned
6tout (Malted Extract), because they are
mad from the finest barley, malt and
hops, and belna; matured In the bottles,
contain no artificial pas. making It very
easy to digest. Whttbread Is absolutely
unlike all other English Ales or Stout It
aid the weakest digestion ana itiRKfi ricn
blood. Rlaa ot cither the Whltbread
Ale or Whltbread Stout (It depend en
the tatte. which one prefers) with your
upper and again at bed time give that
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ailing women throughout Europe. The
most temperate people keep Whltbread
Ale or Stout in their homes, because It
I not only a delicious beverage but a
wonderful tonlo and blood giver. Doctors,
clergymen and professional men drink It
to build up thetr system and kep them
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