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TEN PAGES SECTION TWO PAGES 7 TO 10 TEN PAGES . SECTION TWO PAGES 7 TO 10 ' DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922. German Ambassador Arrives ft -Wl' WlTM Sf Is Editor) hi 13.,r. r.,"i BY HENRY L. FARP.ELI. (United Pres Sports ?, - - .Mi iv roKK, Sept. 1 i-roiessional football will have. a fine chance to vindicate itself this fall. Twenty middle-western and eastern cities have formed the National Foot ball League and will play a regular schedule of games. The league is to be operated according to u constitu tion which all the members have post cd a forfeit of $1,00(1 to observe. One clause of the constitution pro hibits the use of any player eligible for collegiate competition. Any team attempting to use a college player will forfeit its guarantee fund and the Player will be barred from playing In the league. Some of the cities entered are Youngstown, Canton, Akron, Toledo, Cleveland, Marion, Columbus, Day-1 College coaclus, alumni and some undergraduates are inclined to loo!; upon a college man who plays profes sional football as a traitor, on the the ory that football Is exclusively and distinctly a college sport. This is a rather narrow-minded idea. It Is hard tn reason why any stigma should be attached to play ing football after graduation, wivn competition In professional baseball, basketball or hockey is not considered disgraceful for a college plaver. If many of the big colleges did not operate on the very verge of out-and-out professionalism, there might b" some reason for assailing the players wno admit that they are getting mon ey for playing., . The German ambassador to the United States, Otto Wifrifeld, and Mrr. Wiedfeld, mi they looked when they arrived in this country on the steam, pliiu Hellanea. There is a. very slight distinction between playing for monev ami ton, Rochester, miffalo, lOvansville, poaching for a salary. Doth" are a Hammond, nock Island, Chicago, Mil-j capitalization of name and fame, waukee, Minneapolis, rtacine, Oreen ... Bay and Louisville. I Under capable supervision, the neiv leaguo should be able to provide good high class football to fans in cities where there is no opporunity to see big collegiate games. Hilly weight. .lisk has li Hie St. Paul heavy good claim to another ,-.u..,-.,..-.,m ,.UL.Jl..l, ,.M , 1J IWJUI1UH.UL .. ill. M..LUWU.I QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION Meaty Boil 12 l-2c Pot Roast Beef 16c Cross Rib Roast Beef. 16c Chuck Steak .. 18c Round Steak 25c T-Bone Steak ........ 28c Sirloin Steak ...28c Porterhouse Steak ... 28c Salmon, Half or Whole. - 20c' STEAMER HALIBUT FRESH OLYMPIA FRESH SHRIMP MEAT OYSTERS LARGE FAT HENS SILVER SMELT SPRING FREYS fiht with J;irk .Donipsoy. MiwUo was ji'Hl over a Inns spiffp nf illness, whoa he l'oiifchl the champion bpforo. In the hist yfir ho hiif 1ioon nno of the ivjiI iicrt'oMiirrs in tho division and his one-round knnckont of Frod Ful ton makos him doserving of another chance. j i Tho American i.oajrno Is to pivo a prize at the end of tin season to the pla.wr eli'cii-d as tlie most valuable player in the leasive. If the best hit- : t.er, the hist base runner, the finest ; fit'ldiiiK first baseman and a Rood : cle;m reputation ipialifit-s (leorP ( Sister, the groat Itrowns wins. j He was e.xplninin to her the won-i dei s of Un-ers Mnrnsby in a seat back ! of the press lox during a recent Olant '. Card, series. Hornsby lived up to tjie ; mlvance nntiee by crackinsf a triplo j and scoring on a close play at. tho j Specia' One Week pecial Sept. 11-16 6 CUPS AND SAUCERS-4 PATTERNS $1.00 6 7-INCH DINNER PLATES 1 PATTERNS $1.00 8 QUART DISH PANS 50c 10-QUART DISH PANS 60c 6 4-in. Fruits 50c 6 4-in. B. & B. Plates 50c fi 5-in. Pie Plates 90c 6 5-in. Oatmeals 90c 6 6-in. Coupe Soups $1.00 1 fi-in. Oval Baker 25c 1 7-in. Oval Baker 30c 1 4-in. Deep Nappies , 15c 1 Sin. Deep Nappies 20c 1 fi-in. Deep Nappies 25c 1 7-in. Deep Nappies 1 8-in. Salad Nappies 42 PIECE DINNER SET, DECORATED 30c 15c No. 2 Milk Pan 15c No. 40 Deep Pie Plates 15c No. 11 Drink Cups 15c No. 154 Deep Pudding Pans.,. 15c No. 2 Deep Pudding Pans ..-. 20c No. 2 Sauce Pans 25c No. 3 Mixing Bowls 1 . . . . 25c No. 28 Wash Basins 25c 5 qt. Deep Pudding Pan . . . . A . 30c fi qt. Deep Pudding Pan W 40c 6 qt. English Mixing Bowls 35c fi qt.Pres. Kettles 40c $8.00 Phone 271 -W V. STROBLE ALL DISHES ARE 1STS, NO 2ND S. 210. E. Court St. I Chas. McDcvitt made a business trip : to l'llol Rock last week. DAUGHTRY RANCH!, All TEETH "What do you thing of him?" he as U-ed. "His eyes are simply gorgeous." she replied. For the information nf the fair mil's who go out to "look" at him W'aite lloyt is the most handsome boy in basehall- I press box. -outside, of I'ouise, of the EXTRA S FECIAL Bartlett Pears (large fancy) box $2.25 Watermelons (large ones) 2 for 25c Fancy Mountain Prunes, Apple Box $1.50 Elbert a Peaches (large size) box $1.00 Strawberries, 2 boxes 35c Fancy Celery, bunch lOcTomatoes, 3 crates 1.00 Extra Large Cauliflower, head. 40cXtra Fancy Lettuce 15c Sweet Spuds, 3 pounds 25cPeaches, basket 35c Bartlett Pears, basket 35cGrapes, basket 50c GUARANTEED EGGS, 3 DOZEN $1.00 PENDLETON TRADING CO. If it's on the market we have it M"Vcm The Sign of Her.io. nr ENOUGH FOOD? "Multitudef Rast Orcgoninn Special. (iriiDAN'K, 8i.pt. 15. A picnic din ner and round-up was held at the Put Dangherty ranch last Sunday. A large crowd attended and afler a picnic dinner In the woods, the afternoon was spent watching the bucking horses. John French and Pat Corley making the best rides. After spending u few days at the Thrasher ranch t'lando Jarvis and wife returned to -("liirdano Sunday where they ttll visit a few days, after which they will go on to 1'klah for a visit with his father, lirail Juris, ami other relatives. Charles Nelson and wife made n trip to Pilot rtock Saturday. John Lightfoot and family moved last week from the Chapman ranch tn the Spere's house at Xye for the winter. Mrs. Ughtfoot plans to board the teacher, school starting Mouduy, niltMINC.HAM, Ala., Sept. Hi. What Is one-hair or a set ot falso leeth worth? The city of llirmlngham has Just completed payments approximating jriDO for an upper set, according to Street Commissioner' Oeorge i Moore. For several yenrH the sanitary sew er on Klovonth uvenue, south, lias bein giving the city authorltliv all kinds of trouble. A former adminis tration went to tlie expense of Install ing an overflow sewer to remedy the fault. Hut, even with this, the trou ble continued. ' Finally un excavation was mmde, the sewer opened, anil, holding hack i.nvnnx. sept of girls and young women eat too lit tle, partly because the pleasures of the table make little appeal to them and partly because of their instinct for fru gality." sir Malcolm Morris, famous f.ngnsn surgeon and nnysican, uius mu (he haiins ni moneiii - in minor or Hurry Knrlght nnd wife, trouble iins been exnerienneil presKteiHiai aiioie.'.i io in.- . "- wiiii a r visum gncro trom Montana Hygiene. . I John French made a "A gnat many iJ the nervous anlro0c Monday, other Illnesses for which bo intiuy 1 in I - - r- E CIIEY,RXNR, "VVyo., Sept.. 15. The largest filing foe for incorporation ar ticles ever paid In Wyomihfir.' wis re. celvod at the nfficft of tho secretary of state when the Mammoth Qll com pany, of Delaware, accompanied it articles with a check for 140,105. The Mammoth Oil Comriahyr Sln clulr estate, is capitalized '.at, .'20(), r.tio.o.oo, anil will develop tha famous Tttnpot l)ome nnval renervjE, r recently leased by the BovernmenFtVftie Sin clair Interests. There aro 9000 acres In the Teapot Dome, practically all proved oil grotinil,. and Its value has been placed ns high as 1500,000,000. l)eveliinent work iii the 'Teapot Dome Is expected to .begin sooii. a pile of rubbish tho workers dlseov- scveral ot the youngsteiH from this ered half a Hot of false teeth. Tho vleinlly attended the dunce given at rubbish was cleaped away, the sewer the Tom F.nright place on Pear creek 'joined back as It wan, and no further CHICAGO, Spet. 15. The birth rata in ChicaKo In declining und tmj death late Is Incrensing. Figures compiled by the vital sta tistics bureau here show ibi.f during Hueet Commissioner Moore states the first elirht month, nf tana i,i... trip to Pilot that no one has yet appeared to clal.n decreased 611, while detiths Increased .... ...... r,i I , . . .- . . FEWER BIRTHS, MORE DEATHS IN CHICAGO A NEW MODEL -FORD- One-man top, slanting wind shield and other improvements. This new car is a dandy and there is no advance in price. Now on Display Simpson Auto Co. FORD AXO roRDSO ArrnoiuzKu 6ai.ks a.u htitvicK fmdrJtna, Or. ANNOUNCEMENT Chas A. Vurpillat is the authorized representative for Fuller Brushes in Peji , dleton and surrounding territory. Mr. Jones, the former representative, is no longer with the com pany. Phorle 705-J girls and voting women engage business and profession;!. Ilit'e have ro i seek medical advice," he added, "ar due tn chronic nial-nutrition, tli r. suit of ealing less than natut.- r"-j qu ires. I "How seldom does mere man nv'Ko Hrs mi stake!" exclaimed the speakri-. Women are careful to 'foci the brute." The 'brute' would be all 'he iielter for less pampering, but if woni- n must go on overfeeding them l.-t tl-em nt any rate be careful not to un derfeed themselves." Sir Malcolm's statement weakened a veritable hornet's nest of opitvnn on this subject: letters are appearing .dally in the Times in which prominent j doctors allege that women, though not i.-iting much nt one meal, consume rioything from half a dozen to a dozen "nibblings"' during a day, supple mented by chocolates and candy at tlu aters and dances, uud, they argue, if these were added together they would make a far bigger total i.f food per day than a "mere man's" three regular meals. The Cop that never fits Seeks' Throne ?! i nmitiiiMHinmi ;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii "Try the drug store first," and Koeppcns, the drus ston that serves best, for Pre scriptions. o'ftTMif 'lirtiT'iimiii lll.,Miiuliii:i.e',U'J i! i i 1 1 Si i i ! i l i i , t t Crowrt rrin- Genre of Juro Blavia, v.ho rjnou.itd his ?ht to the throne In favor of bis brother k janit'T, or say he will claim his birthright If he mrtwK ba will dethrone Princess Marie of T.mnanla who became queen of Jusoslavi through hex rectnt mat riagc to Alciai.der, NO harm can come to me from coffee or tea," is what so many people say. Yet those same people are often quick to note the signs of coffee harm in others. How familiar the danger signals are upset digestion, sleepless nights and irritability all .warnings of the nervous breakdown that lurks just a little way ahead. How easy and how delightful the escape by drinking delicious Instant Postum instead of the beverages that contain the irritant caffeine. Instant Postum h the tempting cereal drink made from roasted wheat. It is prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Its snappy flavor is not unlike that of coffee. It is safe for everybody in your household including the children, and there's nothing in Postum to keep you awake even if you drink it at midnight," Postum 'There FOR SATISFACTION 's a Reason" Postum Cereal Co, Inc. Battle Creek, Mich. Tostum m