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DAILY EAST OTXGGNIAN, rrSTDULTON. CTSlCZl. MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1917. Tm ' 1H lMiKl-hMikM MiWSPAPKB PwJliJ !!ly and Semi Weekly It ! diet'. Oregon, by the m&m OUKM'MAN lTUUSHINQ CO. City Official Taper. County Official Paper. Member United presa Association. Rannxl tt the pnatnffloe it reoaletoa. mm aeeotxl-claaa man matter. ON SALE IN OTHER CITIKS fcarvrlal Hotel New Stand, PortlanO. tnm Ntwt Co., Portland, Orego. ON FILE AT n " rMmrs Bureau, I9 Swartty Building tJlnyton. D. C. Bur., 501 Four ! Street. N. W. subscription rates, (in advance) !, en year, by mall... uy, all month, (it mall.... SHIir, three montha, by mall jif, one month, by mull Km r, ane year, by carrier laity, all month, by carrier any, three month, by carrier My, one month, by carrier ml Weekly, ene year, by mall .. Ml WeeklT, li months, by aiall . awl Weekly, four months, by mall. ! IW 12S BO T SO . 8 TS . 105 . 1.50 .75 . ,5u - -.i.v 4 Oil! ANGELS. Whenever in some bitter grief we find, AH unawares, a deep mysterious sense Ot hidden comfort come, we where are know not whence When suddenly we see, we were blind; H'bir we had struggled, content, resigned; Art- strong wherever we were weak; Aid no more strive nor seek T5.cn we may know that fsom the far glad skies. To note our need, the watchful God has bent Aid for our instant help has called and sent, Of all our loving angels, the most wise. Hil tender one, to point to us where lies Ttic path that will ,te best, To.- path of peace and rest. Ah' When we learn the spirit sound and sign, And instantly our angels reeog- . . nize. X.j weariness can tire, no pain surprise Our souls rapt in the inter- course divine. widen God permits.- ordains. across the line. The changeless line which bars Our -arth from other stars. Helen Hunt Jackson. is so important, so valuable, so necessary that we should es tablish a sufficient number of .-tate normal schools to provide every rural school with a pro fessionally trained teacher, even if we have to take the ne cessary money to do this from the state common school fund. In the end this would be a bet ter policy of public economy than our present short-sighted policy which is expensive and which sorely neglects our rural schools in the matter of pro perly trained teachers. This is evident from the fact that there are over 150,000 juvenile teachers teaching in the rural schools of our country at this time with less than high school education and no professional training." The only way to have better rural schools is to have beHpt rural teachers. For as is the teacher, so is the school. The only way to have better teach ers is to provide better oppor tunities for their preparation, required by law all who aspire to teach to make due prepara tion, and then pay the teacher a salary commensurate with the service rendered. THE FEDERAL INHERI TANCE TAX 3T is announced from Wash ington that the new reve nue bill will include an increased inheritance tax. We ere likely to hear a great deal about the inheritance tax as the expenses of government grow. In principle it is at least . as old as the feudal system. It .h ,.,.,.,, s-j,j iv wno 18 managing the Vernon team Was indorsed three-quarters Of next year, began his career as a base- a century ago by extreme in- bail tar in the old Pendleton -in. dividuals of the school of John dians?" Stuart Mill nnrl Vina hoan in- ,!.') ' , That exen 11.62 per bushel for club ccrporated into the programs wheat l8 not bad when even-thing is of modern advocates of the cen- considered. tralized state. We may think of it as tending to restore the economic qualities of pioneer days Or as helping to make pOS- ! That soon there will be other pen Sible a great extension Of that P besides saints In St. Paul? state interference which is so widely different from the poli- ,at, ye" ag? totv' 8n,ow wa9 , ,. , . " three feet deep In Pendleton? t'Cal conceptions of pioneer , times. But whatever it may 1 That we came very near not hav signify or cause the inherit- ln any 8tuff for this Part of ,ne )a ance tax undoubtedly com- per today? mends itself to the Common That Joe Tallrrfan has the best col Sense Of the majority Of peo- lection of Indian arrowheads in the pie, and is certain to be in- wria? creasmgly used. Some of the old arguments against it have been disposed of by the pass age of time. For example, it is no longer true that capital taken in. taxation by the gov ernment is w-ithdrawn from productive uses; such capital may be used far more produc- DELEGATES TO MEXICAN CONGRESS TAKE OATH ..-., i , " , h jj - " . 'v -i 1 1 Z7 w f t - v-; y ' " . h M - . f , t H iu i - - x Vnsvw,. J fv ! I ' - In ; k la k V . S 7 t I 1 m V y' II 1 l " f j n v ila Delegates to the Mexican constitu tional congress at Queretaro are here shown taking the oath of office. The lower picture shows Carranza read ing his message to them. They are at work framing a constitution which they say will be enforced when ad opted by the people. That the Pendleton high school is becoming a very noted institution? 28 Years Ago Today ROBABLY the most ad vanced opinion yet advo- ated bv any man of prominence today in fa vor . f professionally trained teachers and state normal wrhfMils is that of the United "StaU-a Commissioner of Educa tion, J)r. P. P. Claxton. Briefly it U this: "A six months' term of &h'.il with a professionally Mrs. M. J. Greene and daughter will arrive next Saturday from the Willamette valley. (From the Dally East Oregonian, Jan. 22, ISO!).) . Miss Nellie Fanning is in town from tively by the government than to her sisters and friends in r-endle- hy private corporations. The '" ouilding of the Panama canal v as certainly as productive an investment as any private one calling for the same amount of capital. The other contention that inheritance taxes discour fge the accumulative i:i not taken with great serious ness nowadays". Men who will l'ot give their services to the public unless, not only them selves but their descendants pre rewarded with huge and increasing fortunes, are hardly Foster ranch worth encouraging. The dan j t in the United States is not Conrad Kohler and his bride, Wilmina Grote, have returned nee from instinct Aurora' Nebraska, where they were unitca in weuiot K ana are visiting at the residence of F. H. Kemper. Ken Hagen has been confined to his ed with an attack of typhoid fever for several days. W. w. Cavlness is in town from hij recital of the entire production, Im personating every character. This, at one, places Miss MacLaren as an en tertainer In a class entirely by herself. It is needless to try to compare her type of work to that of any other. In preparing for her recitals she at tends only great product ions, see the interpretation only by the best ac. tors and In the leading playhouses of her home city. New York. Miss MacLaren frankly admits that her power is not the result of yearn of study and work, although it has taken close application and pains to develop anil perfect It, but of a nat. ural born gift for mimicry She does not claim to originate the many char' acters she assumes, but to ( give a faithful reproduction of them, as por trayed by the great artists and the r supporting companies in the original productions. At the Methodist church, Thursday evening, January 25th. 11!KSSKI AS ItKITISII "TOM- XMIKM TO SKK DYING IM S- IIAXD. trail-?d teacher at a salary oftrtat there will not besuffici- ,jmauiia reservati It is said thore are several hundred people waiting for the opening of the tlOo per month is a longer term and a better and cheaper ch.ol than a twelve months' tprm with teacher of poor scht.larship and no profession al training at a salary of $50 rr month. We need enougn slat normal schools to provide a professionally trained teach W. F. Butcher returned from h s tntly large accumulations of ranital. but that ereat accu mulations and the nnwpr that trip t0 Kftnsas on last evening a train inu auons ana me power inai hgppy (n the know,ed(?e that a jury Will go With them Will be COn- of hig peerg awarded him J6000 forbe- centrated in an increasingly ing suspected of being a muie thief small number of hands, and so hv a" " t officious sheriff, r'ake democracy impossible. ' " Heavy inheritance taxes will be as firm and as gentle a brake vr lor every rural school in " ins lenaency as is uneiy 10 Ampi ica. The people of the'! kp invented. They are a sugar r,tire state are taxed to sup-!(oated pill for many ills. San lrt the state norma! school or ! Francisco Bulletin. w hcoils and are, therefore, en- titlt'l to their just share of the ; teachers who fit themselves for their work in these schools. And ytt a very small number . ft normal school graduates People who complain when newspapers publish news that may not be pleasant could with equal logic complain at a mir ror when they look into the Amusements Wiuit the press agents say about Pendleton's pres . ent and coming attractions. j" v" ' 1 . f i' i h i v ' , - . ' No w straight Since 1914, OWL tobacco leaf has risen 60f in cost. Costs of other materials have also advanced heavily. When sold at 6 for 25c, OWLS have cost you only a shade over 4c apiece. That price we cannot continue and "KEEP UP THE QUALITY Knowing the kind of men who smoke OWL, we believe they will unanimously prefer to pay 5 cents straight than find the slightest low ering of quality. Therefore: We must ask our good friends to pay for the OWL Cigar 5c straight or 25c for 5 -to "KEEP UP THE QUALITY" Nqggiy The Million Dollar7 M. A. GUNST & COMPANY INCORPORATED Cigar Hclgiiini with a British artillery de tachment, arriving at the hedsiile of her husband a few hours later und just before his death. H.VIX HALTS SKAIH II. CALEXICO, Jan. 19. Kain halted the hunt for Hlshop and Hobertson. he missing army aviators. It was the'scuth of the border. Twenty outlaws heaviest downpour In several years. Three army aeroplanes were detained r.t the base camp twenty eight miles are known to be roaming the district where the Americans probably alight-u. ver teach in the rural schools s,ame "d 8ee something they iKH.'mse the city and town sh 'ils cecurc those professi "ia!,y trained teachers. The 'rr.:'.r.rl for professionally trhi!!!(l teachers in city and ttiwn schools is (rre;ter than tVv present number of our MnV' normal schools ran sup Ii'y under their present equip ment We, therefore, need a STvatly increased number of normal schools or else a great increase in buildings facility. tkI funds for our present state iHimul schools if our rural peo lAe are to receive fair treat nwh for the taxes they pay foT the support of the stati nrr.!al schools. The werk of 1Vp tnte riorinal scion's and 'i'rof.'ssi'inrilSy tn'ined teachers dc not like. . The work of the German 1 aider is all' part of the great war game which is to kill and otstroy. One third of the legislative ression is gone and the budget reficit is not yet solved. iar 7wHa Slacljiron, Next l.ytvwn b ourse NumlKfl-. (lay Zenola MacLaren attends the producton of a modern play five time Gt7ElNATK VAC, I XEW YORK, Jan. 22. Mme. Rim one puget, widow of Henri Puget, the (trench novelist, who arrived here on the Kspagne, told today how she I visited her husband at a hospital at I the front despite the military author ities who had declined her permis jff'.n. .Mine puget sMd that with the and then, without ever having reao ai.sistanre of some Knglish friends, the original book or dnimatrzation, or . she cut off her hair and donned the in fact, any of the lines In any wav, , uniform of a Rritish "Toinnile." She can go upon the Lyceum or C'hnutau- Isays that she attracted no attention qua platform and give an Imitative when thus attired she marched into On to St. Paul. Get at TI.3 Source of Your"! mm 13 DO YOU KNOW Tl.al the old town pump used to tano about where lite fountain of he Thompson drug store now Is? That CieoiKe Stovall. big league star Don't be misled by this term, for I the appearance of pimples, boils or I rashes indicate something- more se rious than a mere breaking out of the skin. These eruptions are, in reality, signals from nature that the blood is impoverished, debilitated and in need of help. Of course you can sometimes drive away the infected E laces by applying- a salve or lotion, ut unless you treat them through the medium of the blood, they will occur afrain and a(?ain. S. S. S, ha proven its wonderful building- and tonic properties in thou sands of cases arising from disorders of the blood. It washes the poisons from the system and aids the blood in its work of cleansing and invigorating the body organs, throwing off waste, matter, and keeping the body in a nor mal, healthy condition. Prove these facts for yourself by taking a bottle of S. S. S. nd write to our Medical Department for infor mation about your case. Swift Specific Co, SOI Swift Building, Atlanta, Ga. it stops cimri' The safest thing for a scared moth, er to have on hand lor croup is a bot tle of Foley's IJoney and Tar. It ! 3 stops croup by cutting the thick chok- j Ing membrane and raising the phlegoi j Hi by easing the hoarse tight breathing. 1 1 by leaving a soothing coating qn th I g Inflamed lining of the throat, and J 2 stopping the hoarse cough. Mrs. T. Neueurer, Kau Claire, Wise, says. "Foley's Honey and Tar cured my boy of a very severe attack of croup after j other remedies had failed.'' I rec ommend It as we know from our own experience that it is a wonderful rem edy for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough.", your dealer sells i it. Try It 'Pullman & Co. S WAR RAISED PRICES -BIT The Curio Shop Wlfifj SI'.IiIj INDIAN' M.I)K MOCCASINS Direct from Indian Reservation at the same old price 75o, SUMf, $1.50 A PA I It. Save your feet by wearing something soft and comfortable. Wp also have all kinds of Souvenirs mid Novelties, including Indian Made ItuskctM and a good line of popular And high grade line of Jewelry. WATCH FOIl OVH A N N O I' NC I'M K N" T. E3 m $36.2- -mh Y.m may keep j j- V :.. 'fV .i this new Kdlson 1 y. i."t's ',1 742 Main. Next Door First Nat. Bank E3 3 with the dla mond itylua ond four choice of ii revortla for $3fl.O0. Pay a little down and K a little each tnnnth or week. Entertain jour friend with your favorite records. Wit "K TODAY FOIt ll!Il NEW Etll SON HOOK. Nn ohllirstlnns. 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