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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, rEXDLETOX, OREGON. TIIl'HSDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1000. RIGHT PAGES. 1 1 LAxmfso onnrt Cleanses thovSv.stan Effecl- ('olds ami lioad: isnn nrlies duo to Constipation; Acts naturally, acts truly us n Laxntu c. I3ot forMenomni and f lulil-rcn-youiH and OKI. To et itsHpneJimil Ejjoets Always Luy tho Genuine ukicli liaslltp full name oj the C pany CALIFORNIA FTo Syrup Co. by fimt it mnnufiicturofl. printed on the front of rti'y pursuit. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS one size only, regular price 50 per bottle. THAT COLD Quickly Ended with REXALL Cold Tablets and that corcn STOPS at once with CHESTNUT LEAF EXPECTORAliT No waiting. THE Pendleton DRUG COMPANY Get the Best. Pay no More. REFINED AXD UP-TO-DATE VAUDEVILLE FROM THE ORPHEUM CIRCUIT, TO G ETHER WITH SEW SOXGS AXD PICTURES. ...GRAND... THEATRE FORMERLY THE NEW DOLE LATEST MOTION" PICTURES ILLUSTRATED SOXGS S. THE GRET CHTTO Japan's Favorite Son Foot Juggler and Hand Ballancer. LATEST MOTION PICTURES. BLANCHE BISHOP The Hot Tamale Gal. 6. LATEST MOVING PICTURES. CHRISTOPHER Assisted by MLLE. VEROXA In Mysterious Magic. ...Remember... ENTIRE CHANGE OF PRO GRIM MOX. AND T1IURS. MATINEES SAT. AND SUNT. NEW FACES EVERY MONDAY. Try Hohbach's Oyster House for a Home Lunch and Good Cup of Coffee. Home Made Candies and con fections. Fancy Baking to order. Try our New "Table Queen" Bread. 117-21 E. Court 'Phone Main SO. ARE RETAINED THREE SCHOOLS, WEIX hi TPOKTKIV IS SIX)GAX ltouso De'I:h--i Hull Xorit;::l Question Should !' Sctili-il Oneo ami for AH Miinv Arsimirirt Aihuncctl In Dohnto iw t Wliy l'rovut System Should rn-vall. The following: Interesting account of the closing fight on the normal school question !s taken from the Portland Journal: There will he three normal schools. The house has said so by a vote of 3$ to II and the ways and means committee's recommendation of one normal at Monmouth has been killed. Ashland, Weston and Monmouth are to live, and be given decent appro. priatlons by the state. Three bills will be reported, one for each school. providing for maintenance. There are two horns to the dilem ma. The house wants three schools. The one-school followers forced the three bills, and If that plan is adopt ed finally It will throw each school individually open to the referendum. Each school. In other words, will go out at the end of the session before the people for favorable action, should Its enemies call the referen dum upon the appropriation. What the senate will do Is un known, but the friends of the normals have rallied and are shoulder to shoulder for the three schools. "Let's settle the question now, once for all; let's have good schools and support them decently," Is the slo gan. Jones Wants Three Schools. Jones of Lincoln and Polk opened the fight. He said he had always been In favor of three normal schools. He lived under the shadow of Mon mouth and it would be to his benefit to have the one school there. Tet he could not stand for a change in his old attitude and he wanted the bill sent back and appropriations made for three schools, one at Weston, one at Ashland and one at Monmouth, as the board of regents had recommend ed. Hawley seconded the motion. He said the geographical and other pe culiar conditions demanded that the report of the board of regents asking for three schools should be upheld. Calkins argued that It would be a step backward to follow the recom mendations of the ways and means committee. No institution should, be established except on careful consideration. Once established they should be maintain ed. He was very much opposed to the removal of the Weston and Ash land schools. Barrett Pledges Umatilla. Barrett of Umatilla did not want to see the state take a step backward. He wanted to call' the attention of t"he legislature to the fact that the eastern Oregon delegations had stood behind all the educational Institu tions and the eastern Oregon counties paid their share of the taxes and more. Umatilla county paid more taxes than either of the other normal school counties. The county was will ing to pay Its share and to be taxed for its schools and for all schools. He did not see how the ways and means committee could dieregard the report of the board of regents, which had studied the question. Altman was in favor of the three schools. The three schools should be maintained and well supported. "One School, and a Good One." Dlmlck thought the committee had studied the question and It was not right to Instruct it. He was In favor of the one school plan. He wanted one school and a good one. The pres ent schools were not so good as they should be. Too many schools had been maintained In the past. He would have one school and make It one that the state should be proud of. Brandon was with Dimiek. He said not 10 per cent of the graduates taught school. He thought the stu dents should be compelled to teach three years after graduation. Reynolds did not want to refer the bill. There was no ' sense In spending $300,000 to educate 365 students. The state might he able to support three schools in time, but. there was no reason for supporting three schools when one could do the work. Buchanan said the purpose of the normal school was to train students to teach. He asked how much train ing the students would get if there was only one school, and that at Mon mouth. It was not theory, but prac tice that was needed in the normal work. He was opposed to the ways and means committee's bill. Tealicr MciiiIxt Wants Three. Carter was also in favor of re-referring the bill. His experience as a teacher made h'm in favor of three schools Other states found it neces sary to have several schools. Geo graphical conditions made necessary an eastern Oregon, a southern Ore gon and a centrally located school. He disputed Brandon and said 75 per cent of the teachers of the state were normal graduates. If one school was maintained there would be few nor mal graduates engeged In teaching, in comparison with the present number. Mahone contended that the experi ence of other states had shown it was the small school and the small college that did the effective work. The only trouble with Oregon nor mals was that they did not have suf ficient appropriations for their prop er maintenance. If there was one normal at Monmouth, the eastern Oregon students would go to Idaho and Washington and the southern Oregon students would go to Cali fornia, where there are excellent nor mal schools. McCue closed the discussion. It Just Received By EXPRESS L New Embroideries, Laces, ' 1 i' 1 Trimmings and Flouncings I Alexander's Dep't. Store Dependable Merchandise was not a question of three schools, he said, but whether the legislature would maintain three schools decent ly. He was in favor of three schools, but he did not want them to have to come to tho legislature every two years begging for sustenance and for life. GUMPTION' OX THE FARM It gets to be an old story to read every year about the importance of buying good seed; and yet, thousands of men think they are saving money by getting poor seed. It Is a great mistake. Inferior seed almost always has weed seed In It. It costs to re- clean good seed, and that Is one reason why It Is so high In price; but we had better pay a little more than to have our farms all grown up to weeds. The best Is none too good. An hour of hard work getlng a stone out of the public road is well spent, even if nobody thanks you for It. Talk over your plans with your wife as you sit around the evening fire. You will be surprised to find how sound her advice Is. For a farm covering, good barn yard manure Is much better than a mortgage; and judiciously applied the former will speedily remove the latter. Here It Is February, and In almost no time the rush of spring work will be on. We had better get ready for it by doing all the odds jobs we can now. Far above the production of wheat and com and hay and potatoes Is the growth and cultivation of character; for. after all, this Is the main purpose of life. Have you done your best and been beaten? Keep a stiff upper lip. Do a little better than your best this year. You will win; only be true, fair and square. A mule may never be known to kick and yet around his heels Is no place for small children; for after the ex plosion regrets won't mend the pieces nor clubs better the mule. If you know a good thing, tell your neighbor about it. It will help him ibout his work, and It surely can not do you any harm. Bottled-up good soon turns sour and spoils. Pee to it that your straw and clover stacks are not eaten from beneath, so the March winds will not blow them over on the stock. I have a neighbor who lost nine sheep at one time, and two a week later. In this way. Smokehouse at small cost: Needing a smokehouse I boarded up a corner of an outbuilding, fitted In a door, hung It by leather hinges, and ran a pipe from an old sheet-iron stove to the smokehouse. Result: Cool smoke little danger of setting building on fire; and a chunk of green hickory will smoke all winter. From February Farm Journal. Carnival at N'loe. Nice, Feb. 11. Festivities in con nection with the annual carnival at Nice commenced today with the ar rival of King Carnival XXXVIII., and during tho following fortnight there will be processions, masquerades, bat tles of flowers and fancy dress balls almost every day. Many thousands of tourists from all over Europe and America are in the city. The carni val colors this year we poppy red and cornflower blue, and the city has been veritably swathed In gay flags and bunting. Ilexaniethylenotetranilne. The above is the name of a Ger man chemical, which Is one of the many valuable Ingredients of Foley's Kidney Remedy. Hexamethylenetet- ramlne Is recognized by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon as you notice any Irregularities, and avoid a serious malady. Pendleton Drug Co. SIX DAY RACE FOR "PEDS." Interna lonal Go-as-yon-plea Race In Madison Square Mnrcli 1. Thirty-six of the world's greatest pedestrians will start In a six day race In Madison Square Garden, New York, a few minutes after the mid night of March 7. This contest Is probably tho greatest In an Interna tional sense of any sporting event, for the athletes will represent every enlightened country of the earth. In cluding the United States, Brazil, Eng land, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Italy, Germany, France, Russia, Belgium, Holland, Africa, Canada, Spain, Aus tria, Japan, China and the Philip pines. The th'rty-slx runners will com prise IS teams, who will strive for the $5000 prize money offered by the promoters of the race. A representa tive is now In Europe selecting the men who will represent the coun tries of the eastern hemisphere. He has cabled that the only difficulties en countered In the search for the en tries Is the Inability to select the real endurance men from the many who are anxious to carry their na tions' colors In the contest. Since the wave of athletic sports has spread over the world In the last few years the best of the majority ofj the young athletes has been toward the long distance running game, with the result that there are vast num bers of really excellent pedestrians who have had no big opportunity to distinguish themselves In an open In ternatlonal contest. Birthday of Knipcrot. Pekln, Feb.. 11. All over the Drag on empire festivities are in progress today in celebration of the third birthday of the Infant emperor, Pu Yl. The little ruler of the world's most populous nation was born on February 11, 1906. His father Is Prince That-fung Chucn, a councilor of state, and his mother is a daughter of the late grand secretary, Yuen dung. The new emperor has one brother, Pu-Chlh, who was born May 30, 1907. Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air passages, stops the Irritation of the throat, soothes the Inflamed mem branes, and the most obstinate cough disappears. Sore and Inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened, and the cdd is expelled from the system. Re fuse any but the genuine in the ytl iow package. Pendleton Drug Co. Republican Convention. Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. 11. Republican State convention to nomi nate two candidates for justice of t:.e supreme court and other minor offi ces will be held In Grana itaplds to morrow. 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"You have won out because your pipe (the proposition) and your to bacco (the advertising) were right, because you had tho courage to stick to the finish. That is absolutely ne cessary In advertising."