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9 THE OREGON f STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. .
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Members of State Associa
tion Here Friday for Two
For a two-day session the mem
ber! of the State Music Teachers'
association will gather in Salem
next Friday. In the main the
program lor the event has been
' prepared, and will be a comblna
tlon of professional and social as
semblies. Most of the sessions will
be in the First Congregational
Friday morning there will be a-
'discussion on high school musle
' and credits by Dr. J. J. Lands
bury or the University of Oregon.
followed by a discussion led by
1 Franklin Walsh of Franklin high
school of Portland.
At 12:1 & o'clock luncheon will
be served by the women, of th
First Congregational church
Music for the luncheon hour will
be piano solos by Gustav DunkJe
berger and violin solos by Carl
Grissen of the music faculty at
Oregon Agricultural college.
At 2 o'clock p. m. is scheduled
an analytical operatic study by
Dorothea ,Nash and Mrs. Henry
W. Metzger, both of Portland. At
3:30 will be a vocal and piano re
cital by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petri
of Portland. At 8:30 p. m. at
the First Christian church a con
cert will be given by the mem
bers oT the Salem district, Oregon
State Music Teachers' association
Saturday morning at 9:30
o'clock an organ recital will be
given by Frederick W. Goodrich
at a place to be selected. At
10:30 at the First Congregation
al church a discussion of modern
harmony will -, be jjjeseji.ted by
Mrs. Jean , Parks McCracken of
Portland, followed by a paper by
Miss Fay Ruddock of Portland.
At 12:15 o'clock the women of
the, church will again serve lunch
eon and music for the luncheon
period will be furnished by Mrs-
Jessie Corbett and Mrs. Mile
Warren of McMinnville college!.
At 5:30 o'clock a banquet will
be served at the Marion hotel
Justice George 11. Ilurnptt of the
supreme court will be the toast
master and J .A . Churchill, state
superintendent' of schools, anJ
Judge J. P. (Kavanauglt of the
circuit court forjklultnomah coun
ty will be speakers. . Music will
bef mulshed by members of the
music faculty at the University of
The public Is Invited to all of
the convention sessions and din
ners. V -
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
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When We Weigh Coal
thercis no driver onthe seat
of the cart or truck. We sell
coal, not drivers, and when we
sell you a ton or more we mean
just that quantity of all coal.
Wa guarantee the weight as
well as the quality of our coal.
If the combination of full
weight and best quality inter
ests you, give us an order.
CHARGE BY SANDS
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either misplaced or destroyed. r.o
that nothing was done at the
After i receipt of a second un
signed letter which "they believ
ed emanated from the Sands fam
ily' Mr. Thompson said. Mr. Boi
ling had told him Tucker Sands
had made "an urgent demand that
he (Bolling)xeei the president
and use his influence with the
president to have activities of the
department of justice stopped and
the prosecution against Sands
Sands." the statement con
tinued, "was underjj federal in
dictment charged wth violation
of the banking act. On advk-e
of Mr. Thompson.' Mr. Boiling
wrote a letter to Sands telling him
Cash Breeds Carelessness
YOU know how it is when you have a lot
of ready cash in your pocket. Everything
in a temptation to dig down and shell out.
WITH a Checking Account here at the
United States National Bank you will find
it occasions time for second thought to
go and draw , money out, or to write a
ONE of our pocket checkbooks will
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State Owned Coal Mine
is Now in Operation
l.EMMON. S. !-. Not. 1. The
Clareinunt coal mine, owned by
the state of South lukota. U now
hipping 200 tons dally. The pro
duct Is of the quality known a
The Claremont mine was pur
chased last summer to Insure
state institutions against roal
shortages. Fuel la furnished to
th stati normal school at Spar
flsh. the penitentiary at Stoat
Falls, the school for he blind at Admiral Kerr said at at
Gary, the school for deaf at Sloii nta'i - wedding: "Worn
Falls, the soldiers home at Tot j marry men to reform them aj
Springs, and other state Inatlt n-'oftener than people tklak" ill
t'ons. Individuals may purchase ! women succeed In this. Tkm
roal at the mine. formed bubnd. however IZ
ine nun is iocai.ii m n7 -., seldom grateful, 'ily wife m.
ried me to reform me a mam aaii
X. II.. iut over the I ne from
Lemmon. The original owner
began the giading for a spur rail
road from the mine to Lemmon.
The state of South Ifciiota Is now
building this railroad. It Is esti
mated that when the line is tlo
Ished the mine's output ran
bitterly on a sea voyre.
-'Hid she succeed? aikej .
Yon bet she did! iald
first one. 'Why. If I lived to t
Le a old as MeihuM-Iah I vonldst
' marry again. "
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE. BARGAIN EXTRA
ordinary 1 model 30-X Samp
son three wheel, sive grip trac
tor, pulls 3 plows. ' Is a four
cylinder engine, storage battery,
" unlimited power. Has been used
, only as a demonstrator. Can
be seen by calling at 165 North
Liberty St., Salem.J Or. Will
sell for less than wholesale
;. price, if. D. Trover.
SMALL ROAST PIGS FOR
Thanksgiving. Dressed, j Leave
order at 170 S. Commercial st.
F. E. Shafer.
FOR RENT G ROOM PLASTER
ed house. Phone 2069-R.
Two of the most homelike ho
tels in Portland, located in the
heart of the shopping and thea
ter district. All Oregon Elec
tric trains stop at the, Seward
Hotel, the House of Cheer. Ex
cellent dinins room in connec
tion. The Hotel Cornelias, the
Hoa.s of Welcome, Is only two
short blocks from the Seward.
Our brown busses meet all
trains. Rate flJSO and op.
' C. CULBERTSON. Prop.
lariTprinf t ilIulh h ii n r
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Its performance is so regular that
the merchant has the satisfaction of
knowing what his delivery will cost
him month after month.
The haulage cost is unusually low.
B0NESTEELE MOTOR CO.
- Marion and Polk County Distributors
Ferry end Commercial Sts. Salem, Oregon
ivttKiATKyxAi. catoow cow x. $ I
that while he regretted he had
become involved with the govern
ment, he could not and would not
approach the president."
All Check Disprove C barge
Investigation by the depart
ment of justice was then ordered
Boiling's repeated request, Mr.
Pre-war transactions between
Mr. Boiling and Tucker Sands.
hich "aggregated not more than
300" wer mentioned, and In this
connection Mr. Burke's report
said Mr. Boiling had produced
bis check stubs and other docu
ments, "which after investigation
proved to be transactions outside
of and prior to the date on which
Sands charged Downey paid over
a sum of money, part of which he
charged was given to Mr. Boiling."
"Bank accountants from the
department of justice traced, out
all checks, notes, drafts and other
papers," the report said, "and
failed to find anything that cor
roborated the statement of
Sands." adding "in the belief of
Mr. Thompson, it was blackmail
engineered by Sands to force Mr.
Boiling to intercede with the pres
ident to save Sands from further
district. There are now six dis
tricts in the state.
Boys Ask Citizens to Co
operate in Gathering of
Paper This Week
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During the first few days of
this week the Salem Boy Scouts
are going to give the people of
Salem an opportunity to do as
little as they possibly can for a
mighty worthy cause. , At least
that is what the paper drive will
eventually amount to as lar as
those who subscribe the paper are
However, to the Scouts,' each
little bundle of paper you put out
on your front porch, providing
it is all that is available, will add
just that much toward the 200.-
000 pounds of paper necessary to
help in raising the estimated bud
get for the Salem council. Boy
Scouts of America.
The Boy Scouts are all ready
for the drive. They are expecting
every home and office in the city
to contribute toward the success
of this drive with large amounts
or paper, which, of course, will
mean lots of hard work, in col
lecting for the Scouts, but Salem
will find its boys willinc at all
tines to do their share in putting
the Scout program across.
The ;alem council. Boy Scouts
of America, is now in the midst
of a 'gigantic financial eamnaien.
in which it is attempting to raise
an estimated budget of $7400.
The money which will be derived
from the paper drive, while ex
pended under the direction of the
baieni council., will not form v
part of the annual budget, but
win te expended for equipment
necessary to establish branches of
the scouting program in this city.
The Scouts have long dohe with
out equipment which is necessary
io esiaousn permanently a work
ing program in this community,
end every Scout is willinit and
anxious to do his very best to help
KJiuer enou-u paper to assure
the purchase of this
IL B. Churchill, who has the Hri
in charge, assures the people that
me scouts win do their bout
they always doi and his only re
quest -is that Salem citizens equal
me enori pui lortn by the Scouts
ia putting mis campaign across
and Dealers to Meet
PUns are being forwarded for
the Salem district meeting of the
Oregon association of Electrical
Contractors and Dealers, which
will be held about December 7 at
the Marion hotel. Men prominent
ia electrical industry will be pres
ent to address ne meeting and
questions pertaining to contrac
tus dea,ers tnoroughly dls-
F. R. Whittlesey, state secre
tary for the association, was in
the city FriJay making arrange
ments for the conference, as this
is the headnrarter for the S-in
district, which Includes Polk,
Marion and Linn counties. It is
thought Salem district should
have a representative on the gov
erning board or the state associ
ation and there is considerable
discussion as to whether the rep
resentative will be a Salem man
or some other townsman in ths
Memorials for the adornment
of the resting place of your
loved one a very large as
sortment here for your .in
spection. Phone and . our solicitor will
J. C. Jones, Prop.
2210 S. Com. St. Phone CS0
Special Shipment for Holiday Trade
Just Received at special price for 8 days only .
j $13.00, 45-lb.
We are also giving special prices on all
our line of Hardware and Furniture.
We carry a complete line of the ORBON IDEAL STEEL RANGES. If you need one
we will be glad to demonstrate and we will take your old range In exchange.
Remember oar name and place.
AND FURNITURE CO.
285 North Commercial St
Every Family and Every Individual Wants a Good Motor Car. A Good Motor Car Mast be
Backed Up by the Right Kind of Service by the Local Dealer. .
Are GOOD Cars and We Give the
IB q a it
Ask The Owners
We Invite You to Inspect Our Cars and Let Us Explain Our Service.
Complete Line of Accessories
Open Day and Night
Expert Repair Work
235 South Commercial Street