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A not Iter Speeder
r S. It. Welch of 657 Center
street. . was arrested , hv . n
I Shelton yesterday for speeding
51 miles an hour oneast State
- " uuu a&uv
cvku ouceu. .... xie was - lined
In the police court by Judge
Mart Poulsen. '
j Use Cherro
. Stock feeds'. Adv.
I : '
Accident Reported ' . -
45 a- A Dick of Portland while
V going south on High street yes-
terday struck C T. Cooper i of
V Salem who was going In the bp
r r-osfte direction. Ldttin- A&m-.
was . done.
Qierro Protracts .
At most dealers. Adr,
Pled PlpW Stories
'Whtt happened, to tnojchild
ren 'a ter they followed" the Pled
fr riper over the, hllVVwi.il ihethe
tory told Saturday by Miss Flor.
enoe Pettitt. children's librarian.
at tne puDiic UDTary. The I time
W.of. the. story hour Is .10 o'clock
and children are urged by the
librarians, to attend and hear the
stories, many times In new forms.
Will bring you a buyer.-
Goes to Voodburn V r ; , .-
Lee Eyerly of .the i5alem school
ot automotive engineering, was
r a business visitor atf Woodburn
Tuesday. There Is much., call, In
Woodburn for such instruction as
the Salem school Is giving, 'and
some. of the Woodb,urn; lads may
be coming up to Salem ;io attend
.the classes. : -, -: ,; .'
, Club Sings f or.IUC- a i -
, The Willamette u jtniversity
glee club will -broadcast a pro
gram tonight V tfrosi jAjie Salem
jA Plfictric f company station. , Tie
club sang "recently at the:Ore-
' Hf ix t . "o? cold ? " i A 1
A V tuakca broty
". ? 1 e- "" . . .
i SAVE 5 5 S
a y baying yon Hardware Jpid
. furniture at The Capit&lIIard-
rrare fcFurnltore Co235 NoJ
Coraraerdal St ; Phone 9474
4 f rOn GTTT3 THAT LAST
, i Diamonds.v'W'atclies,"
f-i Jewelry and SilTerwar.
; f hon 1255, Salem, Oregon
CaUa Aralralanca Csrrisa
'j Day Night -
I Phoss 66G :
I,, 173 8. liberty St.
.Salem r.; ; ; i. .r Ore.
,AB ita'&9.cf.jss!c and
iceond-hand cocij, Vife
pay full ralaa. , x
215 Center Street
i i - " - i,r 'I
T . i
rslaisJici 1CC3 J
Office' llcrra frcri
f' i "
Har'dvare, Pslzls, Oils and Glasr
Bass Hcuter paint will frcsTicn that' old house up and
make it a HOME instead of just a place to exist.. .
. , noyns the TitiE :. :'
2S6 Commercial St. . V t ; f ; , Phone 639
nbrt.ff , ortlan4 d re-1
A tlA Z.T l: compliment-
Cherro HotvCake flour' Adv
Will Go to Iowa 1
Prof.' Florlan ; vni r-.
the Will. m.H. ;.ilJTrr'M4
j aepariment,c will leave late
my ior Simpson collge, Indl-
a- vnere 1 he will assist I
m putting on am endowment com- I
paisn. Mrs. von Echen wll Join I
u vmcago ipnowlng the close'
v!iS -"ese.yea? andhey will
Auction Rl V J f ; '
Aucuon tsaie or , .
Head ,of Jiorses. wt. 1200 to
lBOOlbs. each! wn
lairgrounas j March 3. 1 -1. S m.
- - ,
Terms gtra day ot sale.; Phone
430. Adv. .. . . i - '-
dasBtee-Wili Debate .
An interesting debate is" to be 1
siagea at -the ym.ua Friday, night
when the rlMs ln nnh'.ln RnpaVliitr I
quesnpn, -xtesoivea, i
That the. United States boold
If - iuwsmw,
, w wtticn wui-
dlvide4:into two teams afflrma-
tive and. negative, a d.. each mem- I
t..i v -11. .Wt I
.? ; . 1 Jf Th
m JLj',.11? Lnf
eause-v The, class-expects an in-
tormatve two nours session on
the absorbing question. , t, I
- ' I
labile Notice - ' l--:',
Paris Shoe W"'
Do not be confusedl We are not
movmgi in repr ou"'
movmg. u w como io .Dur i-
tu.viiB . imnrHiinn
wish to correct . he
but we are. not f moving. This J
store is under -the e f
mem as au: uksu iwi -viw ,
Mn AHinen jT'.'wtti
iirm n,v--::.- .
meriy tne..rar D"ua : -
State sireet. Aut.
Gets . Drunkr I t r':,y I
John Smith was arresie
Officer Putnam yesiexaay iur r
Ing drunk and having liquor- in
Ma nossession. He pleaded guUty
before Judge! Toulsen in the po
lice court iand was . imed
rhfirra Product.. ' t '
This week at 6 per cent. Qit.-tr,
RishoD 1 Instructor
C P. Bishop ;was the lecturer j
and instructor before, the class m
salesmanship at the Salem y. lasi
niht.. Ti Ek McCroskey haa neen
iTi a reeiilar instructor, ana w
has been going swimmingly;
; o nmnber of . weeks ! Last
night, however, he was called out
of v town and Mr 1 Bishop : played
. inarifncr role.: As a-snrowa.
vuv " -a ;
anccAssf ul: far-seeing manr oi i-
fftirs- who haa bttilt np a big, bus-,.
tnAt J? hia own; he was able to
hrlng to the students a fine prac
Special I'rice. o '
TIIRIE-PIECE s BATH.;; SET
' 30-gaL Kitchen BoUers
at . j'?.: i $9 J9:
S-part Cement Laundry -.
. trays, complete ..15.00 r
IMpce, Fittings, Valves, Any
thing la the riumbing. line
. COJIPLETE STOCK .
192 1st St. i Portland, Ore.
lOo. tL lo;8 p, ri
.- ! mm
tlcal knowledge of what they most
wauled to. know. A class was
iut on last Tear .by Mr. .HcCros-
mjt mai mu ioemwFBRaui
Ithey were'so insistent tor another
rAnrA iht. .InUr thti-.M.. i
ond was . arranged and
about half over.
Poultry feeds.' Adr.
Swift's Fertilizers. For easy
terms, C. S. Bowne, phone 153
Ren Dorrfc He,
Ben Dorris, prominent filbert
srowr nu remruu oyrinB-
1 i "
Iiiv. Tla vu a xuest of Governor
InlVr th. Ttiwai-mH iB
Of Abrams and OsciUoclastlc
treatment. V - Dr; .. B. "H. White, I
Osteopathic physician, and sur-j
AdV. ' ' i 1
cvonnoH rmrto , K.- wail.
?Jn-Jarre6ted by Officer Shelton
Iteray for speeding at the rate of I
29 miles an hour on North Sum-
ier -treat ' between - Falrxrround I
Jand Tjnion. He was later releas-
d ,10 T,all
soo nayer puno
Like new with rolls and bench;
i J-v uuwu, .uv ween..
left with us! for quick sale
$298;1$5 down and llO per
Tnrna U PIano store! S9K
, l2thStAdv.' - i
iir.io - Tofa s.j i$. - ivi. -i 1
1 Z I
a marriage license was 'issued
inthe. county clerk'e office 'yes-
, , LawSon t steward
land ' Alberta ?R. Hale of - Salem,
.. , t t -
et them at The Statetsman of-
flee. Catalog on application.-
Reserved ; seats f pr the . Lions' I
minstrels are being spld i at the
Chastain store on State, street,
and,b,any Xlon member. ,.s The
boys are preparing; some - excep-
Uonal Rtuf egpecuy Bome new
n.tion,. nr end-men. . and they
expect f to ; give the Salem world
something to remember -for years;
to come. The proceeds go for the
(Boy. Scout fund. The ,twp per-
ttsminc are to
formances are to be presented on
r? t- :
DIED vl '
WILLIAMS Henry; W. Williams
died at the residence of nis
son. M. C. Williams 2 05 . 2 5th
Weih: 27. at1 the' age of 1 79
vears. He leaves his widow,
Mrs. Edna 'Williams i of
Tern. Guv Williams of Montana,
and : one daughter,. Mrs. Stella
Bloom also 'Of 'Montana. , The
funeral- sec vices will be held
from - Webb's funeral - parlors,
Church and Ferry street, today
at ' 2:30' n. m.. Rev Kirkpat-1
rick officiating. Interment in
Lee - Mission s cemetery. t ; ,
I j0HNSOT3-Emiiy H. Johnson
died at a local hospital Feb.
27,. at the age of 16 i years,
She leaves - her mother, Mrs.
Anna TnhnRnn Tho hndv. was
hfnnAr from Wehh's i funeral
Parlors to Coqullle, Or., for in.
T - . ... '
BEAVER Wilbur Beaver of
routo 9. dlffi in thi citv Feb.
57 nt th n nf (t Tears:
He leaves his wife, oae daugh-
tAr: ln : hrnttiAr nnrl ' IwA Bis-
i ters. Funeral announcements
in W- Ia itA frr,m waKH.
-. W Itl W asMO iBVl W , VI VMB
funeral narlors. , ;
. i x
MARCHAND At her home on
ISO south 15th street. Mrs.
-air...i... a H
S years, wife of Arnold Ma
chand. mother of Mrs. $ I&p
andVi Salem. Funeral service
vf .,uo ait? 14 a uut ouaj iua.
1st at 10:30 a. im. from the
RIgdon . mortuary.
I PLANK At the residence. 2365
south Commercial street. Feb.
25, Mrs. Lucy Ette Plank, 79,
years of s age, wife of Q. W
Plank of this city j mother of
' Elmer C, Salem, A. C. and L
H., of McLaughlin, S. D., . Roy
L.. of PlainvieW. Minn.. : and
Mrs. Clara J. Bullis of Payette
Idaho; sister of ; W. H. Davis
rand Kate Davis of Long Beach,
1 also 17 grandchildren, and; one;
great-grandchild. P r I ? ate
funeral service will be held.
Thursday, March 1, at 2:0$
o'clock, from the IJIgdon Mor
Webb 'S Clough
Unhealed Serrict '
are asking everybody to keep aat
least' one of these dates open for
the big show.
New .Artistic . Grand Piao-V
Will sacrifice S 5 0 0 . from nrlee
store 95 So. . 12th, St. AdV.
ior quicK sale. Tallman , Piano
- ' ---1 - r
ci1, : I ' :w
TaJteS Aro High .. .
:t The Marion-Polk .Realtors . are
to .have, a", distinguished i euest
Thursday to; talk, to them" on the
important question of taxes.. The
speaker Frank,SfJ (Regan, . f qr
many years, a Chautauqua lectur
er 'and cartoonist, and a great
favorite all over the country. ,He
is .with the Flying , Squadron, that
comes , la the Interest', of better
law' enforcement, . especially-;, the
t- " Zi:
proniDuion. and. narcotic laws., Mr.
club Ltoieapture, ; The , Realtors
nBTe.exxenaea an inntauon to all
ei;--.i- :- -- -
u Jftnem.iuiexr ainner, ana
hear the speaker, in thia absorb
ing question. ,Hq says that taxes
are twice as hich ai thv fitaonld
be and Is Drenarlnit to nrove.his
Th FlwTinr fail TLllvMr
Is being, handled , by ra iCdmpe-
tent man during Mr. Fisher s JU
All orders will be promptly
yes-feared for. Adr.
West Salem .Revival,
' Irerv ftvnln thl waaIt AirrAnt
Saturday at 7;30. Sons service
commencing ; at 7:15; open . air
services at .6: 4 5 ; '", prayer meetings
every forenoon at 1 9:30. Public
Will Addres CI
: , Warden ..Johnson. Smith ots.the
pregpn- penitentiary i Is no, speak
Sundav morning before the Live
Wire young people's class of Les7
ii Methodist church.. The class.
f'-i " ' "
made 'un mostly of wuiameue
students,, numbers about 80, with
A C.,Bohrnsted;t stteacherand
fras, taken up: many problems, of
sociology, and . applied Chrisuan-
ity, in! a very practical manner.
Thla is one; of a ' number, of dr
dresses covering various phases of
I eoclal welfare work.
Prunk Sella Out- .
, ,Wrf H, Prunk, for the past BeT-
Says 1 indigestion ResuRe From
An Excess of Hyorocnioric
- Add .
Undigested food delayed in the
I afAmiih decavs. or rather ter
I ments. the : same asVlood jletOn
TIE SALTS IF
Sa-Uhe open -airr says a noted an
I thorlty.-'-'fie also' tells us thatln;
digestion is ' caused by Hyperacid
I ty meaning' there is an-excess o?
I hydrochloric acid in ihe atomach
I which 'prevents complete ? dige-
I tibn and starts food fermentation.
Thus everything : eaten sours JB
I the .stomach much like, garbage
I sours in a can.
iorming r aciui
I fluids and xrasea which inflate the
stomach like a toy (balloon Then
I we Jeel ,a neavy lumpy misery-
the chest; ; we : belch x up igas;K.we
I eructate, sour looa -or. A nave . near-
I burn. Ilatuience, . waier-orasn or
I nausea '-; ,.r
I - - . t J. Jt
iwjwws m w y jksiuo,
I gestive aciaa ana insieau gev irotu
lanv nharmacv fourounces ot jaq
1 T-. ... i
Salta-ana taae a laniespooami i
glass of .water, berore preaaxaax
and drink it while it la eftervesct
ing,iand .furthermore to: mtnue
tniS IOr a WOOJU WWW reue WW
a. i J ' i I
tant to help neutralize me aciauy,
I - - X. . .
I remove the ga-maiung.masa.jjiai
I the liver, stimulate the, kidneys
d thus, promote a, free, flow of
P" fef" 3"lces' , r . ;
iJad Salts la inexpensive,. and is
made from;the acid pt grapes and
n .Uce. commne win w
-Tili U. n.A r mnnv tnm-
The Weak Spot
E' hysically in great, niim--ers
of men and women
is their? eyes.
How, atiout YOUR eyes?
Dp they feel strained or
pain you? , i -
1 OPTICAL) CO. f
2tOi-5 Oregon BIdg.
i Oregon's Largest Optical '
' ' Institution' "
Phone S39 for appointment
y t j
iied. Cross Pharmacy. onkt State
street, has.";disposedf.oiC his. inter-;
e8taintae place, and . is ,for tle
present' taking a brief vacation.
The store . was started as a very
modest Uttle institution,- and: has
grown' s teadlly, moving-to larger
quarters as Its trade increased,
until it is now one. of the impor
tant drug centers of Salem. The
Pranks have been prominent in so
cial' affairs, and; their retirement
from business, removes a landmark
of Salem affairs.. - . - y;.
Tralnload of Antos . i
A ; special tralnload, S3 carloads
In all,,- of Durant and Starl auto
mobiles; passed through ' Salem
over.;, the Southern, Pacific1 Tues
day ( afterpoon. They . were bound
from, the general, , coast factory
agency at .Oakland to x Portland.
for distribution through the Port
land territory . .
HOTEL ARRIVALS ' "I
MARION H. j. Mblzan. W. V
Felriahgjity W. B. Jamison,' T. N.
Wellaman, S. Ev Hodgen, R.rS.
Woodward, G. Goordlell G. b;
HalVrWif .JPhilpott, S. 9tewat,
Ira P.iReynolde, Clifford Pollash,
D. T.'McComa, L. L. Hall. ' Georee
Ford, Alma Lind, Robert Strauss,
u. McDevitt. Portland: Fred
K. Jewitt. MinoVN. D. ,
BLIGH Mrs. L. G. Downine.
Mill City; W, Potter, SeatUe; El
sll Gray; Cottage. Grove; Mr.. and
Mrs. I.M; Thomas: GF Wright,
Woodburn; L. l". Bailey, 'Oregon
City; ; Earl C. Miller, Julius . Hel
wig. Portland, ,1 , . .
TERMINAL E. C Carlson,
Sllverton; T. r B, Anderson, r F, J.
Mendel, L.. G. Rogers... Portland;
Fred. J.. Shey Lima, Ohio; H. G.
Carpenter. Mill City. .
Salem Literature to Be
Scattered to Tourists
. Wbrd conies to SaJem that, the
Multnomah bote,U; of ." Portland,
generally' reckoned?,as the great
psi , tourists' headquarters in. the
northwests Is preparing to ' circu
late up. to " 8.Q00 copies ,a ; month
ot. eome high class Salem litera
ture,''; The hotel counts on about
15,000 .callers a . month through
the .tourist season," and the pub
licity bureau believes that it can
Use;. fully 8,000' pieces of good
boosting stuff tp supply all . this
army - of, tratelets, ,;; .
Portland; counts on this being
the banner 'year, to date, for
tourists ; in the .northwest. The
tourists,; are. expected ; to begin
their t march in ; the near fulare.
They can't make the!. transcon
tinental trip, crossing the. Rocky
Mountain, divide, : until May or
even June; hut the ' northwest
Itself will send .many, travelers
southwar4 before , . that Jtime.
When the mountain passes '. do
Open, for the main transcontinent
al rush. It la respected that the
roads will hardly hold the crowd.
Many : thousands " of the visitors
wifl come through Salem, and so
the Salem Siterature v is - good
ammunition ; for ; the hotels - that
cater to the auto tourist trade.
PIERCE DISAPPROVES .
f Continued from page 1) -
traUOn , ot t estates . in- Multnomah
county," objecting , that ; it would
create, a new and needless office
and give the Judge, administering
probate matters 400 much power.
t was introduced by Representa
tive Meindi. sjHis objections to
this bill are given as follows: -"
"1. The present law Relating to
the 'administration of estates in
Oreron seem to me to be suffle
lent for the purpose of protecting
the; interqstjpf of heirs, - creditors
and the state. ,
Too, Much. power Oiren--:
rtrllouso -bill ' Nor 2 27;it;; al
lowed to. become a , law, giyes to
the Judge .'administering probate
matters'. In .Multnomah county
that being the only county in the
state amenable . fb this measure
Entirely toomuch power.'. ,;
"S.iTheiprovisionlin .the- meas
ure atiowinr next o f kin,' only 3 0
days-in-which to apply for letters
We HaV It
A spring tonic that will build up your -vitality and
make you enjoy life once more.
THE BEST ALWAYS
t- m ." , , . i 1 .. , f. .
Tyler's Drug Store
157 S. Commercial : ; :. Phone 35
are very likely to settle in some vital organ
and do permanent harm unless broken up,
: .Don't take needless chances r get a bottle : :
, of our cough syrup 01 lung balsam.
' . ' 1 . ii. - ' .
Schaef er 's r ugf Store
135 X. (Commercial St. .
public administrator may proceed
under tfcij ;bUI, :is t altogether
wrongs Thre are many instances
of death.where heirs or creditor
vnnM vilnr .n.viJ, ,Ci
wnnlil Vnnmr nntfiln nf ha AmtY '.
nntii-' W 7aahV.T
...j ...-jlr:. JL SZZ" ?
pi red, and nder this measure in
such an etent . next oLi kin - and
creditors are denied the right of
i Non-Reeideat Heirs Toiceleea :
' "4. Under this bill a non-resident
heir ; would have nothing to
say as to Who shall be administra
tor of his kinsman's estate.' : ;
''5. This -bfll creates a new of
fice in - Maltnbmah ' county: for
which' I do not believe there Is
any need. - : - ' - " "."...
:. ,'? I am reliably Informed that
many estates are administered by
friends V and, . relatives without
the, charge 4of. a fee, arid .this bill
permit; .thV, nuhjic , administrator
tp , sten-lnj ihead. ; of friends and
creditOrtand:; administer, the, es
tate and, collect ;a fee therefrom,
and 'therebyClessen ; the amount to
be distributed" to .them. 7 v, : (. ,.. ,
; "7 Jf, next M ' P orVreditors,
where . not, knowing of .the death
of relatives. or debtors foij alperlod
greater than 30 days, under this
bill the public administrator, who
will be watching the dates, may
apply for appointment as adminis
trator and proceed! to administer
the estate .while J creditors and
heirs will be powerless to inter
vene and substitute one of their
own who by law' as; now would
be entitled: to act.
"8. This proposed' - law in no
way affords additional protection
to. those entitled to share. In the
proceeds of an estate, as the pres
ent law amply, protects the inter
ests of all persons concerned.
I, therefore', veto house bill
Loan Corporations Quashed
.The . third ; bill; vetoed was Sen
ator . Staples' measure, No-, 181,
prbyiding for the incorporation of
industrial .loan companies. The
veto on. the. bill reads:
V. Big Rates Forestalled. s : ;
'l.'If, permitted to become a
law, It would legalize the business
of loaning .money at interest rates
now prohibited by the Jaws ot this
state. . In other words, under the
terms of this bill usurious inter
est could be lawfully .collected, a
practice now condemned by , all. v
2. Section 7990, Oregon laws.
provides Jthat if any one shall re?
ceive or exact, directly or indirect
ly, either , in .money, property , or
other . valuable ; thing, a rate of
interest , greater than , the'', legal
rate authorized in this state, the
receipt and " acceptance : of such
illegal rate of interest shall : be
deemed usurious,. and shall work
a forfeiture , of the, entirojidebt.
if senate, bill, 4 81 .were .approved
by me the above provision of our
laws t would ; be ' silenced i if the
money loaner were operating un-
The Only 'Real; Slinstrel
Show of the Season "
. - .Benefit
Boy Scouts of Salem
, REAL SLVGING' CHORUS ,
Four Big; Vaudevillp Acta
Mdr. S arid 6
Tickets - 71k and fl.OO
; ;; - - - Tax"' Free y ,
' Secure your tickets from any
Lion or at Ed Chastaln's,
! . 305 State street
f - . 'fr,. t- . ' v- .- - 1 -i
i i T in ' I 'j I inn i m r, in , , ' n m4 j)
Injustice Seen ,
"1" r' 0AVl01"u
wao - might incorporate under Its
term, could pitallze the unforT
tunate circumstances in which
the T men andj women . of 4 small
means and ' the wage earner, are
so often foun4,.. and could exact
from such unfortunates for loans
a rateot- interest which is' now
r xwv.--v- .- .
"HaVe you noticed what
You bet I have, and Tra beginning to think' that his
. teeth have a good deal to do with his success' .
"There isn't any question about it, in rny mind. l.Ty,
" dentist says most, people don't ajfeciate the. value ;
of good. teeth- not only for appearances but -as a
matter of good healthi .. . , , ' . ;
Tve been going to Painless ParkeV lately.. Since '
;'going there I've los all;feai othe dentist's chair.
J I go regularly just, to have niy teeth looked over." ; . . '
., "Doles your dental work cost you much at Parker,
. , Tom V: . ; . . x i - . , . t. . ; i' -w -.
"That's ? one of the . good f eatures' about ' Parktr's
' work. : I pay just, about half what I used to pay and -:
tbeoisbettex; ::i,r ,
. The E. B. Parker System haa, been built, up on 2$ ytsrs cf
dental experience-This- system requires the dentists usin , it
to be absolutely the -.highest, type of dental opra tori., The ss
men are supplied with the best and most modern appliances "
the world affardf,;. . ft . ,.w.-jics -.-.? .
Why not visit one of tbe:Parkei Systrm efSces and,iavstT
gate the methods employed? If you wish, your teeth wLl ts - ,
- examined free of charge. , ' '
. . - . . . .' ' . .
.r ucensea uenusis using tne
t (PAINLESS- PARKER DK.MlsI)
. M ; Salea.1 BUU sad Liberty St. ' ' '
PerUaa:iS36.Waiatagtos St. ;i . . :
"'- ' V: ara: 7ta At aad WilUmctt St. ..
rDiiait fail to be present at ffie'Ateoiy.ca.Cii'-''''';
i Tuesday,1 Maiciv 6 th ; u
To Hear an Address by TKatJlalchliss Speaker
and Instructive Entertainer
Who Will Discourse on a SubjectThit WU1 Appeal to
v . ' Every Patriotic Ieart-j
Edr Spring and
In a- wide variety of styles Jn
Pol6 Cloth, Overplaids and. Cain
els.Hair. , .Quarter, half, or full
lined .with'an excellent grade of
material.' -L- .' y ' V" ;r
' Sleeves are raglin or of z the
straight style -while trimmings
are large buttons, buckles and '
Are of Velour, Bolivia, Ame
lyn, Poiret Twill, etc., in blue,
b'ack, brown, grey and coco,
beautif u"y trimmed ' with silk
tassels and embroidery or silver:
. buckles and inlaid buttons.
A Visit to Our Cloak Department Will 5 Itcvcal P.Iany
Snappy Models in Sport Coats, Dress Coats and Capci
Tltfi Originators of the
"I cannot give i.:y i .
a measure which affrJ' r
opporlunity for injustivc .
wron, and X therefore veto t : .
ate bill. Xo. 181." -
The governor signed the till
appropriating money for the c
flce6f the, state superintendent c!
schools" and 'Representative ScLal-
merlch's bill ; relating' to -xrrctr
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