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only two: MORE DA YS ...OF THE... BIG WHITE SALE NO UK spkakeu McArthir stirs vp hoard mkmbichs Would Have Them lrot"l to Attend MmliifW or tlio Board or tilvo up Their Rosliloiw Must Actually Stvo or Got the Ax Hoard of RWiiU Particularly. amot The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to" Trade Save Your Coupons 0 PBtSENT PLAN Of ID 1 "The reality baseball bug, of St. Faul. Is out again with his scheme fT the reformation of the national game, says an eastern authority. The I flea of reality baseball Is to have each base made count toward win ning the game, on first base. It If he advanced count one more, that under the 11 games ana lost seven. Baseball will not be abolished at the Wisconsin University If the stu dent body has Its say. A prominent athletic leader In Milwaukee said that the movement to oust the national That is a man gets 1 ame from tne school was opposed by would count one, to second it would etc. The theory Is present system a Salem, Or. Speaker McArthur has exploded a bumb In the somnolent and sedate ranks of the various boards ef regents and commissioners of the state nd as a result the dlg : nifled members of the different gov ' eming boards are buzzing ,lko bees. Just think of It! The young speaker who was a boy when most of the re gents and honorable members were ! beginning: to show gray In their hair. yet has the effrontery to attempt to dictate to them through the, medium of the legislature when they shall at tend meetings of their various boards For that Is what McArthur has at tempted to do. ednesdaw afternoon McArthur slipped a bill Into the calender pro vldlng that all members of commis sions should attend the regular meet Ings of their boards, or If they failed to do so for two consecutive meetings their offices should become vacant and the governor should appoint some one who would como to taw , This made the dignified members sit i up some and take a little notice, but 1 yesterday afternoon, Just before ad- ' Journment, was the last straw, The thing that did It was a bill by McArthur, providing that the statute should be amended which seU out the duties of boards of regents of the state university. The amendment pro vldes that the regular meetings of the board of regents shall be at Eugene In the office of the president of the university. Before this It has been usual to hold the meetings at Port , land, compelling the president and 1 his secretary to travel to Portland , and back, together with their books and records. The amendment will do awny with this. n.p T-r...c, I A" tnls amendment has been JITG EUAISED m-r j br0U(fht about by tne fact that tne AOT STATE LIBRARIAN members of the board of regents, or , j many of them, both of the state unl- alem, Jan. 30 The senate has. versify and of the agricultural col voted to give the Judge of the Ninth lege, as well as members of the dlf circuit a $4000 salary, the addition-j ferent commissions, do no,, show any at $1000 to be contributed by the 1 Inclination or enthusiasm about at counties comprising the district. $300 tending meeting and transacting the by Harney, $300 by Malheur and $400 business for which they were ap by Grant. , j pointed. The McArthur bill says But it refused to Increase the state they have got to play ball or take librarian's salary from $1350 to $l,-!off their suits. 800 as proposed In a bill by Abra-I nam. This bill failed by a tie vote-. Is an ordeal which all women approach with dread, for JIL-UiAVJl II IN LU nothing compares to the nain or cnua-Dirtn. i ne tnouent HUT ICffO of the suffering in store tor jnl fcJfl her robs the expectant mother 1 1 ' BJ- of Dleasant anticioations. Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child. This liniment is a God-send to women at the critical time. Not only does Mother's Friind carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but it prepares the system for the coming event, relieves "morning sickness, and other dis- rnmfnrK Bold hydrocele at $i.oo. LUIIHUI lb' Book of vtluaWe Inform. tlon mailed free. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta, Ci. fnmm sary funds advanced by the state con tingent upon Us furnishing the sec ond half. The report will be made to the house today and the bill will then go to the ways and means com- j mittee for second consideration prior to final report on the question, of its passage. TEACHERS HELP HILL NOW CP TO SENATE Salem, Ore., Jan. SO. Nesmlth county boosters held another session Thursday night, this time with the senate delegations from Lane and Douglas counties. ' It Is now up to the delegations from the two counties to get together and decide upon their course of action, whether they will ad vocate the creation of the new coun ty from slices of the old, or knock the project and keep the taxes and people In their old places. The Nesmlth county fight will be a hard one, but It is recognised even by the boosters for the new county that the odds are against the crea tion of the county by the legislature. It is not believed the delegations from the two counties will decide to make a definite fight against the proposal on the floor or the house, but It Is thought they will give the project no aid, will report the bill back without recommendation and then not sup port It with their votes when It comes up for final passage. The Nesmlth county people will have to make their fight. If they ex pect to win, outside the Lane and Douglas delegations. On the other hand, these delcga tions will not throw the bill upon the floor until they are pretty sure It will be passed upon as they desire. They, of course, do not want the new county created. It looks bad for Ne smlth county, therefore, In spite of the gallant fight put up by Its friends. treasurer of Clatsop county were sent back to committee with Instructions to strike out the emergency clause and also to make them effective only at expiration of the term of the pres ent Incumbents, as suggested In the governor's message. A bill that opens the circuit court to a multitude of small cases was passed by the sun ate. It Is No. 91, Introduced by Kol laher, amending the law In relation to costs to extend the privilege of at tachment in case of small debts where the defendant is shown to have real estate. It was admitted by friends of the measure that this would make it possible to take Into the circuit court suits for only a few dollars, removing the $50 limit In cases where the defendant owns real estate. Coffey's bill No. 107, providing that street railway motormen shall be pro vided with seats and allowed to oc cupy them at least half the time while operating their cars, was pass ed without dissent. Favorable action was also taken on Albee's bill permitting religious, chartltable and benevolent societies to change their names by filing sup plementary articles of Incorporation. Barrett's bill prohibiting the taking of more than CO salt water crabs in one day In Lincoln county for a four year period was passed. The house bill providing for the es tablishment of a ferry at St. Johns was favorably reported to the senate. CHANCES MK NESMITH COCXTY AltE NOT BRIGHT IORTV THOISAND DOLLARS FOR STATE AltMOHIES team gets no credit for getting run ners on the bases unless they get all the way around. The Inventor of this noble plan points out the possibility of one team securing 108 bases In a nlne-lning game, while the opponents !Id not get a single man to base, and still the score would be a tie. This could happen If the first two men up In each Inning could reach third and then the bases should be filled be fore the third man was retired. That v-ould make twelve bases gained In veteran of Kep, earn innln without a run belne scor-i isted between the undergraduates and that any at tempt to put the plan into . effect would cause a big howl. Hofman, the Cubs' utility operator, who pulled out some Tigers hairs last fall 1st giving Interviews at his home town He declares that Chance Is the biggest man In Chicago and that Chicago would never stand for his quitting. Though the leader and Murphy had a little tiff, Artie says that Frank will be back at the helm when the April showers come Soldier Balk Death Plot. It seems to J. A. Stone, a civil war Tex., that a plot ex a desperate lung ed. Of course, this is the most ex-! 'rouble and "I the grave to contracted a cause his stubborn treme case possible, but it often hap-, death. pens that the defeated team gets ; cold." he writes, "that developed a more men to base than the winning cough that stuck to me. in spite of all c u t f i t . ' remedies, for years. My weight ran According to reality baseball j down to 130 pounds. Then I began scheme every base gained would, t'' use Dr. King's New Discovery, count toward the winning of the which restored my health complete game. Thus a team might easily win,'!'- I weight 178 pound.." For a game without having scored a sin- severe Colds, obstinate Coughs, g run. Such a plan would never do Hemorrhages, Asthama, and to pre in practice, for It would tend to do vent Pneumonia it's unrivaled. BOc away with teamwork and the prettiest and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar fcatures of the Inside game, and would nteei by Tallman & Co., Pendleton, 1 ut a premium on mere slugging and Oregon, plso on reskless baserunnlng. The . whole object and purpose of the ag- Tins MEASCRE WOULD tcressive game is to get runners around HELP HORTICULTURISTS the bases. It Is tough to see a man, left stranded on third, aa frequently Salem, Ore., Jan. 30. Things hor orcurs, but It would be twice as tough tlcultural have a champion In Repre to see a clever and skillful run-getting sentatlve Carter of Hood River and team beaten by a club that got more Wasco counties. Mr. Carter has In men on the sacks but could not ad- troduced a bill asking that the state vanre them and was totally Ignorant appropriate $1800 for 1909 and 1910 of all the best principles of inside for the purpose of printing the pro play. I grams, reports and proceedings of the The mental state of the Inventor of State Horticultural society. The bill this interesting novelty Is shown by also provides that the governor shall one of the sentences In his prospec- appoint a board of trustees, conslst tus. He says: "One glass of beer ing of three active members of the will not make you Insane, but the organization. old system of baseball will when you Another bill was also Introduced by are out on second base. One base that Mr. Carter amending the present don't count causes Insanity." That statute with the provision that the reads as if the author had been left county court of no county could dls- on second. charge a county fruit Inspector with- I out the approval of the district com- President Pullman of the National rnlssloner for the state board of hor- Ie:igiie has signed Billy Klem and , ticulture. TO CCRE A COLD IN ONE DAY. I Take LAXATIVE BKV)V Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money it i Sa'e"1. J;n. 30. Armory approprl it falls to cure. li. W. lIKOV K sj !;.. ntions to the extent of $40,000 look nature Is on each box. 25c. reasonable to the house committee on military affairs, which met last Diplomacy. j night and considered the senate bill "Why do you Insist on underrating and started to wade through the mlll the kind of golf you play?" tary code bill, which also comes from 'Because,' 'answered the wise of- -the senate. The committee gave fa ficlal, "there Is no use of making a vorable consideration to the appro whole lot of people Jealous and an- priation measure, which grants $40. tagonlstic over a little thing like 000 for the purpose of constructing golf." Washington Star. ' armories in different parts of the ' state. .Sometimes we need tides of grief The provisions of the bill are that to carry us over the bars of our dull in the event a county wishes to erect content. nn armory It can have half .the neces- TEACHER HEAD TO KL'M Salem, Or., Jan. 30. A Joint reso lution allowing the University of Or egon to take advantage of the Carne glo foundation which ' makes an al lowance for retired teachers from ac cepted schools, was Introduced In the senate yesterday morning by Miller of Linn. It Is necessary to give legis lative consent to an application by the university to be Included in the list of accepted schools. Tho foun dation benefits would provide help for retired professors and their wid ows. The Bean bill, providing for the Incorporation of ports, as finally passed by the house, came to the senate and passed first and second reading. House bills Increasing the salary of the school superintendent and HEARING SOON ON PROPORTIONAL IWI.L Salem, Jan. 30. Chairman Alheo of the senate committee on elections will call a meeting of the committee early next week to take up the Sell ing proportional representation bill. It Is expected that leading advocates and opponents of the measure will want to be heard and that some time will bo fixed fur a public hearing. Besides Albee, the members of the committee are Coffey and Barrett. Coffey has no patience with the bill and Barrett will also oppose It. Chair man Albee will therefore be In a mi nority In favoring the bill. Ho has not examined the provisions of the measure but Is very much In favor of the principle, regardless of the ques tion as to which party I hit. Most of the senators differ from Albee. They want "the grand old party" saved at any cost, and they want the party to get all the offices It can, whether It represents the vot ers or not. From present Indications the Selling bill will not rally more than six to eight votes 'out of 30 In the senate. 'The woman Is the weaker vessel" men are fond of saying, but when It comes to endurance and patience she has her lord beaten to a frazzle If you wait to Jfr Sprang nn4 srjcie5( ZJ&Z tirof-- buy your ... -fs awes Jim Johnstone to umpire next season.; Mr. Carter has also Introduced a Thev are the arbitrators who made hill In the Interests of Hood River the sensational charge at the Nation-j rounty, providing that the new coun al League meeting that an attempt ty be considered to be In the seventh had been made to bribe them to judicial district. throw the game played October 8 be- tween the Giants and the Chicago, How's Thte? Cubs. The result of the game settled ; w. , ftn. nnndred Dollars Reward the champlnshlp. Pullman also sent contracts to the other members of the staff O'Day, Emslie, Rlgler, Cusaek and Truby. The Cotton States League has of- tr.r an rnic of ( itarrti that cannot ! rured by Hall'a Catarrh Cure. F. i. CI1Kr,I uw.. loieao, w. We. the undersigned, known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly nonoraoie in uiMinena . .1 mwA ! n n..! H w lil n rtrrt ieiea a au jjr.ze ivi m-. mm i out any oblliratlona made by Dia rirm. schedule. Ladies are eligible to en- Waldlng, Klonan Marwln, . .ho Tr In lllcelv that Wholesale Drifglatt. Toledo. O. ter the contest. It Is likely mat nii c,t,rrb Car ukeo latfrn,ny, Thursday and every other Sunday af- ,rtn, Bpon tna blood and mncena aarfarea b ternoon will have a big lead In the days sUBgeKted for the best gamm. Manager John McOraw has asked waivers on Joe McGlnnity, and If all the other major league clubs fall to claim him, he will go to the minor of the ajratem. Teatlmonlala sent free. Prlre 75c per bottle. Sold by all Drag-K-lata. Take Hall'a Family PilU for constipation. The only way to get all the happl- Wash Fairies until Spring really conies, you will be late in having them and you will have to take second choice. The styles for Spring are on show in our store. We buy our goods direct from the loom, you have no jobbers' profit to pay. Remember:Ours is the' store that sells See Window Display good goods reasonable all the year round. 3 ABmm s Pep. Str leagues. Last summer when McOraw ' ' ' "srv sked walveri on McGlnnity, he won n"" '