The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon on July 14, 1924 · Page 6
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jrfon'day Evening, Jm? 14 THE .EUGENE DAltY ilUABD Page Six IT E I n I !UIL,I l( d Expedition Ready To Begin Hunt For 'Mountain Devils' ZOatchinL & Program Extraordinary :33 TO Scoreboard Coolidges to Avoid Deep Mourning Garb In Memory of Son WASHINGTON, July 14. The President and Mr. , Coolidge ' will avoid wearing deep mourning in memory of their son, Calvin Jr. Their decision was manifested on Sunduy when tiiey appeared on the portico of toe White House before their motor trip to the yacht May-flower, on which they cruised over the week-end. : Mrs. Coolidge, her face very tranquil, was garbed in u white dress, hat and shoes. The president wore a light SHE'S HERE! Something New! Something Happy! Something Fresh! The Giunt increased their lead to 7j games when they defeated the Cubs Sunday. In the American league the Yankees . Br HARRY FLORY fT "M. Hrnff Corresnondpnt) WASHINGTON, July 34. An .n-ventignting committee of congrettfi ling the right to compel a private citizen and Wushmgton kept pace with each other, defeating the Browns and In- ilitinu. rpHiipptivolv. 'ow York Ina'n- PARIS, July 14. With the wltirtiip KELSO, Wash., July 14. Bent on an expedition to trap the much-discussed "mountain devils" in their lair, Frank Him. It. 8. Bailey, Hal honey and ('. Parker, who have been employed in forest aervice work in the upper Lewis river country left early today for the district 4 country wiiere five Kelso, prospectors last week reported an encounter with strange creatures which they anid resembled gorillas. The Kelso men will endeavor to find traces of the animals and if possible will bring back pictures of them. Word was received from the United States forest service ranger station at Spirit lake, near the base of Mount Kt. Helens, Sunday, that some of the rangers have noticed the queer four-toed tracks that the prospectors You'll admit this blonde is dangerous when vou see her in taining its lead by a game and a half. Tho Braves and Reds took turns in to appear before it and tcMtif v con- cerniug matters relative to the ioM blanking each other in a double head. of the track and field events of the Olympic games, Interest began to center today iu the tennis contests. With the American stars, Vincent Richards, Watson M. Washburn and Francis T. Hunter, all advancing to the second round by reason ot their victories er. The 'Dodgers hod an easy timo trimming the Cardinals 0 to 4. gray flunnel suit, witn a conventional oand of black about the left arm. John Coolidge, the son, had on a blue serge suit. this peppy love story! Her dimple and wink swept down all before her as , she went after those gay letters her father had bo indis Total ' 1 '.'.'.VI jeuterclay, the rirst rouna i me doubles got under wuy this morning. Vincent Riuhnrds nnd Francis M. Hunter won from the Roumanians, said the mountain nevus mane. SUNDAY HOME RUNS National: Fourier, Brooklyn, 1 Kelly, New York, 1 Wilson, New York, Jackson, New York 1 Mueller, St. Louis 1 vestigutfon, it was held, fn effect, to day by Justice Hoehling of the district supreme court, in overruling the demurrer filed by Ilarry F. Sinclair, millionaire leasee of Teapot Dome oil field. Sinrlair recently was indicted for contempt of the t nited States aenate for refusing to testify before the aen-flte public landa committee. His attorneys filed a demurrer attacking the indictment on the ground that the senate was without authority to compel Sinclair to testify. Justice Iloehling's ruling today, in effect, sustains the right of the aenate committee to interrogate Sinclair. ... 0 creetly written. Chuck Jlmtiu and Stern, by detauit. J.niH and Don i u no Torraluva, Chil , Anto & Fire ins. O. N. McLean, tf ... D ... 1 cans, defeated the Roumanians, Rom Marx Pleads For Equal Rights Basis BERLIN, July 14. Chancellor Man, In a speech to German press representatives Sunday, addressed a plea to the world that Germany be permitted to enter the London conference on the Dawes plan as an equal partner with the rest of Uie allies. DANCE les ana tnmis galore! Oceans of pretty girls, sroreeous srowns, hi?h American: Sneaker, Cleveland, 1 Tol.ils: National 2.11; American, 217 At New Triangle Lake pavilion. Saturday, July 12. tl an and Luppu, in straight Bets, i-o, 0-2, 0-3. Watch Holen Wills. Interest among the women enthus-inKiK in in the HhowhiE of Helen Wills, jinks among tho gay. California wonder-girl and chamuion wniie cuuiirei, nguts It's new, happy, fresh Last Living Union ...? VENETA - ELMIRA NOTI-EUGENE STAGE funny, clean and General Dies at 95 of America, in the title play. a crowd flocked to the courts yesterday to see her in action . but they were disappointed when Madame Marnet of Spain, her opponent in the first rouuu defaulted. Kuraiinn Lenulen. French champion. speedy! Coast League O 1 Sunday's Results. Portland 1011, Lob Angelea 5-15. Scuttle 1-4. San Francisco 0-3. Oakland 4-2, Sacramento 0-4. Suit Lake 7-0, Vernon 0-0. How Series Ended. Los Angeles 0 bames. Portland 1. San Francisco 4 games. Seattle 3. Oakland 4 gameu. Sacramento 3. Vernon 4 games, Salt Lake 3, OFtAND HArinS. Mich.. Julv 14. . 8:S0 a.m. , :00 a.m. . 8:10 a.m. . 1:00 p.m. Leave Not! Leave Klmira . Leave Veneta . Leave Veneta . Leave Elmlra CARL LAEMMLE watched the opening round for Bomc General Byron R. Iirce, aged 05. said to be the last surviving general of the Union army, is dead here after 1:10 p.m. Headquarters For. La Follette Opened CHICAGO, July 14. Headquarters for Senator La Follette's campaign for president were established Saturday ut Morrison hotel, in the heart of the Loop. Congressman John M. Nelson, in charge of the campaign, expects to establish auxiliary branches in St. Louis, New York, New Orleans and San Francisco.. prcMyrhtt To Veneta mm Elnlra a short illness. He entered the Civil war as colonel of the Third Michigan infantry, surviving members of which will act na honorary pallbearers. At the battle , of Petersburg General Pierce won his commission as brigadier general. League Standings I O ii i . o AMERICAN LEAGUE Leave Eugene 11:30 Km, To Veneta, Elmlra mm Noll Leave Eugene 4:00 p.m. Saturday BvealatT Leave Not! , ti:30 p.m. Leave Elmlra g:46 p.m. Lmve Veneta, 6:66 p.m. Leave Eugene for Veneta. Elmlra and Notl 10:00 p.m. Bandar Leave Veneta ... :00 a.m. Leave Elmlra -. :10 a.m. Leave Eugene 6:00 p.m. CKNTHAL, STAGE TERMINAL Eugene, 7th and Olive Sta. . C. H. Cook, Maanater Veneta, Ore, Now York 411 34 .575 Washington 45 30 .55(1 Detroit .42 3(1 .538 St. Louis 38 311 .404 CHERRY CROP IS BOUGHT SALEM. July 14. Paul McKercher. Chicago 30 30 .500 Cleveland 38 42 .475 ROAD TO ISSUE NOTES WASHINGTON. July 14 The Chicago, Itock Island nnd Pacific railroad was authorized by the interstate commerce commission to issue $10,-000.000 of five year five per cent secured gold notes, and to pledge $15,-000,000 of first and refunding and four per cent gold bonds aB security therefor. time dui uie warm weumer wuipcu-ed her to retire. She looked thinner than she did at Wimbledon, when she was advised by lier physicians to take a complete rest and drop all competition. The first American casualty wis Buffered in tiro second round of the women's singles when Miss Lillian Souarman of Brooklyn was defeated by Hcnorltn Alvarca of Bpain, 0-ii, 6-0. U. 8. Stan Victorious. R. Norris Williams II, the American star, won his second round match when he defeated 8. M. Haili, of India, in straight sets, 6-0, 6-2, 0-1. The Americana scored another second round victory in the men's singles when WjtBOi M. Washburn defeated G. Luiipu of Roumauia in Btraight sets, (1-2, 0-3, 0-4. . In the second round of the women 1 singles, Mrs. Mollo Mnllory won her first victory for Norway, defeating ftladame J. VnusBard of Frnnce, 0-2, 6-3. Each, drew a bye in the first round. local representative for Scobel and Day. fruit distributors of New York, announced that he had negotiated deals for the purchase of 10 cars of Lambert cherries that will net the growers approximately 18 cents a Boston 37 42 .408 Philadelphia 31 40 .387 NATIONAL LEAGUE pound. New York 52 20 Chicago ; 41 33 Pittsburgh 41 35 Brooklyn 42 30 Q Starring IMJIBA LA PLWfg U EDWARD UE&mi U .0(17 .571 .530 .538 .404 .420 .300 .377 Cincinnati 41 42 Boston 33 44 . Philadelphia SO 47 St. Louis 20 48 Sound Investing Is Not Spending PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Monday San Francisco 55 44 ,550 Seattle 51 44 .551 Vernon 50 50 .500 Sacramento 40 40 .500 Salt Lake .48 50 .400 E .., I Oakland 40 52 .4811 Portland 40 53 .405 PLAN AT COQUILLE Los Angeles 40 54 .400 Webb Is Cognizant SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE Don Stanley Peer of mindreadsrs, in conjunction with the Vaudeville Novelty - BOTTLEOLOGY and , BANJO SPECIALTIES Appearances at 3 and 9 p. m. Daily No Advance in Prices for This Special Attraction Of Britons, Danes In Olympic Boxing ' By SPIKF, WEBB (American Olympic Boxing Team Coach) (Written for I. N. S.) PARIS. July 14. .After making the Tuesday Chapter 5 "THE WAY OF A MAN" NeVs Events Aesop Fable Matinee 20c Eve., floor - 30c Balcony, 400 . .best seats 20c Kiddies - - 10c sMoctions for fho boxing team which will he seen In action Tuesday I nm D confident that the Americans will win. although the British nnd Danes are dangerotiB and hove great team strength. The entries I have selected ore: Lnlinrho nnd Lee, 112 pounds. Trlpolie and Lazarus, 118 pounds. Sales nnd Fields, 120 pounds. Boylestoln and Rothwell, 135 pounds. Mollo and ITnggorty, 147 pounds. Funk and Lefkowitch, 100 pounds. Kirby and Mulhollnnd, 175 pounds. Hagun and Greathouse, heavyweight class. "1 FINANCIAL PARNERSHIP The alternates will he McDermott, 112; Marcus, 118; Wallace, 120; Coffman, 135; RinI, 147; Allegrlnl, 100; Gitllta, 175; Madera, heavyweight. The Touring Car Ernest Gates Wins 295 COQTJIIJvE, Ore., July 14. Property has been purchnBed for the new $25,000 Coast Auto Lines depot, garage nnd machine shop in Coiiille and tho project will be placed In the hands of an architect within tiie next few days, according to George Bryant, f:enernl mnnagor of the company. A argo lot at the corner of South Wll-lard and "West Front streets has been purchased from Viola May C 'llier, administratrix of tho estate of Joseph Allan Collier, deceased, for 14000. The parcel was listed in a deed recorded yesterday In the county clerk's office as being part of the Caroline Iiorcnz trnct. Tip Blume, Driving Stutz, Leads Field In Races on Beach LONG BEACH, Svnsli., July 14. In the 00-mile auto sweepstakes rncrs here in Sunday's events in which 15 cars were entered. Tip Blume, driving a Stutz, won first liriso of IfOOOj Pat Reed, in a Slar-inon, wou second price of $200. The motorcyclo polo gutne was won by the Robo City Motorcyclo club, Ray Tauser, captain. Saturday's races resulted as follows: Stock car race, three-mile handicap, cup won by Pat Roed in Mar-mon; second prise won by Hani Ander-on of Chinook, Wash., in Cedillnc. First motorcycle race, six miles, won by Cecil Brown on Indian. Time 4:28; second race won by B. W. Rice on Uarley-Davidson, time 6:00; third race, six miles, won by L. B. Opper Vof Seattle, timo 4:30. Winners received 00 each. . Los Angeles Will Fete Olympic Stars ' LOS ANGELK8, July 14. Plans . are being made here to welcome home the nine California athlcteB who won (10 points at the Paris Olympic games. The nine const stars aru Houser, winner of 20 points; Barnes, 10; Paddock, 7; Hartranft, 0; Grnham, 0; Anderson, 2; Newfeldt, 2; Kaer, 2; ' and Richardson, 3. Miss Wills Defeats Spanish Tennis Star PARIS, July 14. Miss Helen Wills made a brilliant start in the tennis erles of the Olympic games Sunday when she defeated Mile. Marnet of Spain. HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER 1 SXfiSSa. F. (X B. Detroit Dmottntatl Ritus ao Suntr 85 xti A RE you one of the many profit-sharing investors in Mountain States Power Company? Stop Fire Contest ' Ernest Gates, 12, of 450 Fifth avenue west, has beeu announced as the winner of the price of $5 for obtaining the largest number of members in the Stop Forest Fires association. The prlzo was offered by Carl V. Oglesby, stipervising warden of the Western Lano County Firo I'ntrol association. . Kenneth Fleming, 1307 Jefferson street, won the second prlxo of $3 nnd Neil Fleming of the sums address won the third prize of $2. In addition, the boys wore given a cent for each member signed in the association, the. award being made hy Carl G. Washhurne, presidont of tho Eugene Chamber of Commerce. Other boys who secured mombers but who did not receive prizes wero also given a cent a member by Mr. Wnshburne. FINE COAST PLAYER LOS ANOr.LKS. July 14. Ivan Howard of (lie Onks must nav 10 fine for a quarrel with Manager Charles Tick of the Sacramento tearr. during yesterday's game, President Harry A. Williams of the Pacific Coast league announced here today. Do you know just what this means in the safe investment of your funds extra income promptly paid the development of your own community the building up of an estate the ownership of a marketable security extending and improving vital public service investing a little at a time ' It is easy to learn more about these important facts important to you as a citizen and as an individual. Fill out the coupon and mail it today. We will send you free interesting descriptive and illustrated literature. ' . . The Mountain States Power Company All milk produced r.l AV. P. Kccd'a "Eugene View" Dairy In Clmln Vista Park Is retailed exclusively by the Rtigene View Dairy. No milk is sold to other dairymen. Jyl-ll-1SM I NOW Is The Time! You who have been promising yourself a Ford car, saying it was "only a question of time" should buy NOW! The time was never so favorablebecause a Ford will get you out-of-doors more hours every day this summer. The quality never quite so good (even by Ford standards) and the price is the lowest in the world for such values. COTTAGF. GROVF., July 14. Mrs. Leona Meeks Veatch was given a bnndkerchlef shower Saturday night at the home of her nareuta on 1 herrr Court. She received some beuutiful handkerchiefs. Those present were Girls! Have Pretty Eyes No girl la prntty If hor eyes ore red, strained or have dark rings. Simple, cnniphor, witchuxnl, etc., ns mixed in Lnvnptlk eye wash, keopa eyes healthy, sparkling and vivacious. Dulnty oyu cup free. Allen UrtlK Sioro. Mrs. Bert ntoneliurg, .Mr. and .Mrs. U, TV Coffman, Mrs. Phoebe Stonebtirg, Mrs. Hurley Gates, Mrs. Hugh MIDI-fan, Mrs. Nelson DeYoung, Mrs. I'lar- May,, Fred Anderson and family, C K. Coffman, Luclne Stonelmrg, lister Gates, Mrs. J. Q. Willits, Mrs. Carrie Hemenway, Mrs. H. R. Meeks and ..Mr. and Mrs. Samuel eatch. Five llunijred was enjoyed. 1910 GRADUATES INELIGIBLE SALEM. Ore.. July 14. Graduated tfimUUmtttt Bwiolwut 15 CW515 TiuferSaf590 AUrrfcuUkDattll 3PET& ME from Oregon colleges In 1010 or prior thereto are not eligible for the position of county superintendent of KK TBI NEAREST AUTHORIZED PORD DEALER 1924 cnnois in tnis state unless he or she holds n state certificate authorising the teaching of any grade in the public schools of the state. This was the snhstsnce of a legsl opinion handed down here hy I. 11. VanWinkle, attorney general, at the request of J. A. Churchill, state superintendent of schools. Mills Inquiry "Without Obligation Investment Department, ' Mountain States Power Co., Eugene, Oregon. rionso send mo your investment information. Xnmo Street City Sound Investing Is Not Spending MOTHS PORT ORFORD MAN IS 82 MARSUFIKLI), July 14. Louis Knnpp, 82. proprietor of Knapp hot;l in Port Orford and said to have been engaged In that business longer than any other man in the country, celebrated his birthday anniversary last Thursday. For more Uian half a century he una conducted a lintel at Port Orford, in which city he "haa been a resident since 18,17. la tea Half Pint ...90c FL.IC CP Pf.750 QL$U6 Tralamywrrae Mosquitoes THE UNIVERSAL CAR Hmdisnrw Ct AtQreMnaOnitjlM : RoachesAnfs 0 tviHe1 at Am ertM' s.r.ieaat i.Matabtil yi wi Vuy try ftio4l by making m tm.!lrfotm-wrrmr , .. M 4ml in ymur naaa i !.!, fi iZZm lZdZZi Bed Buis Etc LLOYD A CHAMPION LOS ANOELKH, July 14. Harold Lloyd, film actor, held the Hollywood singlrs handball nhaniplnoship today, following his defeat of Robert A. Golden, in straight sets. Mane wwitwti, . 'j ' ' J auriMi iiin a.....,,,., . i, . n ....n, iiiT"i i iii nr intirhriM n n i mi niiiniii iiii'r r ir - . i-TTTniMwtwiiiiwijiijiujiMiii.iituuiLu

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