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PRICE? frlVE CENT;
Set On Moriaay, March 29
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What Endorsement of the Proposed Teachers' Salary . Increase
Students Declare Tru? or False Questions Submitted to Test
f Wffl Mean to the1 Sdhool System, Teachers atad
U. S. STffil
lteliefs in God, Heaveri, JTeH; Christ, Iraxliort&Iny;
! "- j- and Earth's Creator ip ry
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What itf-Heaven?' . What is Hell? What, in fact, is im
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Ohio Bacteriologist Declares
He Has Solved Secret of
-Organic Life . r
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Scoff at- Claims That ohn F. Ma
kur lias Changed 'Inanimate
' Objects to'UTlng" t-
LORAIN. Ohio, March 2.
John P. Mazur continues to cling
to the belief he has discoreredhe
secret of 'creating"! lit ecells, - de
spite the verdict of scientlsU that
Tie ' doesn't know what he is talk
ing about. . r j'f-: r -;
Maaur, obscure dabbler In bac
teriology, leaped into the limelight
here by announcing j through a lo
cal, newspaper thatj tie had suc
ceeded in creating pltnt and !ani
mal llfe by artificial means. '
t Sclentisu at nearby uniTerBi
ties refuse to get. excited Whlle
will In k to giro Mazur On opportun
ity to demonstrate his; claim, they
assert that there isn't a chance
that he's right. v I I - ..;!'t:
J , prof. Francis II. Merrick, "head
of the biology - department r 'at
Western 4 neseryo; uniTersity,
iniiveland. declares that Matur
simply is mistaken. '
I flf he got life." Professor Her-
rick said. . Tit' simply came from
hpparatus already! contaminated by
life. Invariably this has been the
case every 'time claims of .produc
ing: life from"' Inanimate matter
..have :beentinade,"vlii;-: Tt'"?:
1 Other authorities,! Interviewed
by telegraph by newspapers, ex
cited s the possibility of finding
thev VsVk geniasr-ot tns age;
- saltJly.therSameithlBs; "f
V But Mazur, mindful of the skep
- "ticism which 'greeted G alileo and
, other . great discoverers,! Is; stead
Xast in. his t beliet thai he knows
what t&lkinr about. : j
He is anxious,-hiisay8, to per
form his experiments before -repu
table scientists. s L1 ; . t "
-r- 1 can convince any reasonable
; man," he added.? "If they will Ap
ply the same logito my; work
that they apply ta their own work
they will admit that I have cre-
ated living organUms from Inani
imate matter. t "if .; ",'. ' " ;
"I don't wonder at their skepti
cism. If any one had told me five
years " agoi that life; could be cre
ated in the laboratory. I should
have scoffed just as they scoff at
me." 4 rj'
i There la no question here of
Masar's sincerity. He really . be
lieves that he has seen life cheml
cally generated before hit - eyes,
that he has come pretty close to
. the very mystery of life. ! that a
' thousand ponderous volumes of
scientific lore will have to be
scrapped, as a result, of his work.
l3oth 'the evolution Uts.. who con
tend that all known species of-iife
have been developments from low
er forms, and the fundamentalists.
who believe in special creation by
(Contioaed o pC ; .
r 1 24 ; GIVEN EMPLOYMENT
VM'Ci; BUREAU fiCTS RECORD
r H FOir PRESENT YEAR '. ;
J f 'For the irst time this year over
100 Mnen haves received employ
ment in one -week through 'the em
ployment - bu rean of the " Salem
,TMCAi according 'to theirepott
filed by Sims Phillips.' head of be
bureau There ;were- in (alii J14
"Bien' to receive etnployment, out
;of '180 who 'sought employment.
TDuring the week H 5 calls for help
Jwere received and; 126 jneniwre
'referred, r--Ten fomen roceived
employment out bf 28, to seek
?w6rk Twelve Jobs were called
In and ten' women were referred.
;'cm Public ; Schools
-Anna Boentje, ; teacher of al
gebra and - arithmetic at Parrlsh
junior high school. Seven years
in: Salem school -system. Ten
year's teaching experience. Grad
uate of Kearney Normal school
. of Nebraska, Summer school .at
.Kearney and at University "of
Oregon. Puts cHildren oa own
initiative and coordinates work of
'ler department with work of
One week :from tomorrow,
mine whether or not Selem taxpayers -are willino; to increase
he pay t of; the city's -public school teachers will oe Tieldr" ?
. Citizens are asking themselves iUst what the raise in tay
will medrt, what-it: will mean
will mean to the school 4 system, and what it will nican to
me teacners. ..t- :-. r - - -
-J To'the teachers it will mean
of 10 per ' cent; - This wiU -bring f'theacitya school r salary
JOIIX .F. MAZUR
ASTORIA SCHOOL' BOY IS
"Slfp" P AblCAL LECTU RER
PAUIi SI IU), 14, HOlDS FORTH
FOR BOLSHEVISM " '
Discussion 'Aroused'. Over ; School
'V' Activities T Meeting Is" to 0e'?. "
" . '" ' Held ' f ':".
ASTORIA, Or.. March' 2 0. (By
Associated Press.) Statemente
that Paul Siro, 14, the Astoria
school boy who was forced to quit
his post as president of the Cap
tain' Robert Gray Junior high
school student body on 'account of
bis open declaration of; bolshevlst'
principles, has been up at various'
times during the past two years
by i the local radical group as a
speaker , before meetings of com
munists in Portland, Seattle, Ta-
coma and other cities of the north
west, were made here today by
reputable citizens in close touch
with the activities - of the local
group. . i .. , v.--- - v:H
These people say that the lacl
hardly realizes the significance of
the doctrine he preacher but thf
he has proven the possessor of a
well trained memory coupled with
nnusnal ability to speak forcibly;
It was, learned today that th
boy's step father Is Levi . Hietlla,
a member of the mechanical start
of the Toveri,ar Finnish language
saDer printed here and. widely cir
.TitAtfuf 5 on the Pacific "coast '"aud
in the middle" west: ""H '
Jlietila Is said by neighbors to
onenly admit! Tadical ' beUcts and
trt he exDressed nride In his
stepson's stand - In the school- af
fair The. boy; mother; also- stands
firmly by her son.-- , - -.
'Young Siro'js said to be one el
the-leaders' ini the Young Pioneer
itrtinn- the local ' oreanixaton of
the "Young Workers' league." .
The Issue ot the Toverl in circu
lation : today tarries a -pictirr -of
young:Siro and a long article ro
gardifig"lie school . fracas, aud is
headed by a notice of a meeting
of the youflg pioneer"' coup to
bo" held Sunday morning at 1A:30
o'clock at a local hall. It is re
ported that the society haa meet
ings at this hall three; times eacn
week. , . i
IfJGELS qfj FAIR BQARD
SENTED Iir AP1X)IXT31EXT
Frank B; Ingels, .'prominent
wheat grower and ' livestock" rais
er of pufur, "Wasco county, Sat
nrday was appointed a member ot
th Orearon state " fair- board - to
succeed Wayne Stuart of Albany
who recently left the states The
governor said that Mr, Ingels was
appointed fh recognition ?ojfCn
tral Oregon I which has .'not bad
reDresentation on the state fair
board for many years. "
Mr. Ingels is at the head ol the
Eastern Oregon Wheat Growers
association, and Is a close person
al friand of Governor Pierce.
the special election to deter
to the schoorboarif;' what1 it
v.... ?--.-4..- '. h-' 1 '.-.! --. .
approximately a rise in pay
sen ed a ia up to aoout'ievet witn
the- schedules of other cities in
Oregon outside .of Portland I
To the-school- system It will
mean as increase 7 in emciency.
Superintendent George .Hug drew
up the schedule to -be adopted if
the., taxpayers favor the , increase.
The sum ot $10,000 is" also Includ
ed, to be used for' repair, and main
tenance, of 'school' property.
This means that the school board.
if the measure is adopted, will be
able to havo work done said to be
vitally necessary forischool prop-
erty. ' The-, basementat Lincoln
schocl, for instance, mustbe re
paired. ,It Is" said the" sewer has
overflowed there this. winter twice
and caused ' the basement t to- be
filled iwlth fllthiv h r . I
To tne taxpayers the salary in
crease, which amounts in itself to
$30, 000," means' an assessment of
about two and two-thirds mills.'
As to . the cost of "the - election,
Dr. II. H. Otinger, . chairman of
the school board, estimated,' that
it will be approximately $100 In
eluding' the f advertising ) of the
election. ' 5 .' 1 - t
The election will be held In the
office. of the Salem branch of . the
Asssciated - Oil company, directly
across the street from The Oregon
Statesman office! Voting; booths
will be open , from "2 p;; m.' until
7- p. m. : t ; ' ,
Every service clup in the city
is backing the proposed readjust
ment of the salary schedule.-; Vari
ous meetings Vpf property ' owners
have -resulted in ' volunteer ; offers
of f- cooperation: in securing the
raise.- - ' V '". , '
At the Lracoln'schoot recently
t he r eslden ts of S 6 a th Salem who
were present voted ' unanimously
toj back;the teachers in - thelr-re-
quest for . higher i -
Citizens representing practically
every section in the eityi were res
ent at a recent ' meeting' of ,the
school board and declared, the sec
tions they represented were ready
to "go to tbe bat" for. the measure.
Only objection .to the. increase in
pay yet voiced is that a special
election will have to be held each
year to make the raise Constant.
Should the taxpayers vote a raise
thlsyear, andf alt.to. doo next
year, then the old schedule would
have to be revived. ? .' -
But those : representatives pres
ent at the meeting ' declared that
they' will back- future elections as
they are backing this one. ! -"-
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Father of President Is Laid
in Grave in Little Ceme
tery in Plymouth
SNOW BLANKETS GROUND
Relatives and Representatives of
Nation and State Pay -Homage
T -to Dead; Character-Is 11
;-. "Extolled ;"
PLYMOUTH. Vt.. March 20.-
(By - Associated , Pres3) Colonel
John C. Coolldge. ' father of the
president, was laid to rest today
on a bleak hillside covered deep
in snow'.4 They "buried" him "among
those of his-kin-who" had passed
before him, In the little town eem-
tsvcrj- nere. . i u presiaeoi sou
"Mrs. Coolldge,1 their son. - John,
representatives of- nation V and
state, and a few relatives and life
long mends . stood : In -the snow
at -the grave sideV' -
J The funeral services were as
starkly simple as the lives of these
rugged ; dwellers In the1 Green
mountain , valleys. At the white
farm house where Colonel Cool
ldge lived for -many 'years and
where Calvin 'Coolidge passed bis
boyhood, the brief burial service
of tho Episcopal church was read
by Rev. Johrt "White of Sherburne
paster of -the Union meetinghouse
In Plymouth where -the Colonel
; (Continued on paro 3 '
LIQUOR SENTENCE CUT
McMAHAX SOFTENS JOIT CIV
EX) BY RRAZIETs SMALL
,-i'i After appeaajng from theuslTce
court where Jxo wasi convicted; on
a charge of - transportation of li
quor. Jocab Deits of .Portland, en
tered a plea of guilty In rthe dr:
cult-court -Saturday when be ap
peared' before' Judge L. H. Mc
Mahau. Deits was sentenced ito
pay a 'fine of $100 and was given
a; j jail sentence of 60 days, h In
hte-s Justice court -.he' was fined
$250 and received a. jail sentence
of three months by Judge Brazier
C. Small. His drivers license was
also' revoked for a period of
year. . ' N V. . : -:
Deits was involved In an auto
mobile accident -.near. St. Paul sev
eral months ago and his arrest re
suited from , an ., Investigation . of
the crash.;- He operates a scaveng
er business f In Portland. , Deitz
jail' sentence will not start until
April B. - v!
DROP BY DKOP!
) J . !' "Sf S"' '- T '"'''ylVV'
RIGHTS TO 6 E RESERVED
As Long as American Reservations
, Are Respected, bo Objec- .
tlonsWUt Be Raised ' -
WASHINGTON, ' March ' 20.
( By Associated 1 '.Press. ) Ameri
can participation In the Geneva
conference - next: September called
to discus the . American reserva
tions to'.the! .world .court depends
upon the mature of the discussion
piannea"".-.i !-,. i
"An authoritative outline of the
administration s- ,' viewpoint dis
closed today that, no American
participation was , to - be expected
if the conference planned to modi
fy X the American reservations or
attempt their-Interpretation, If
kept within the proper limits, no
objection will be made to the con
vening of the conference. ; as sug
gested by. a resolution, of the, coun
cil of the league of .nations.
The ; Washington government
does not believe that the confej
ence was called with -view to
any modification of the reserva
tions. or that its action will In any
way. represent action by the
league. Whether an American
representative will participate feill
be decided after Secretary Kellogg
has conferred with' President
senate fotelgif' relations committe
I and others: V . "' : k -
The Washington government
does- not - understand that the
j-MgHewmr any poveror juris-
Cntijia54 on. pj -4.)
NEW PASTOR TO PREACH
HONOR RECEPTION WILL BE
n J i GIVEN BfONDAY
r Rev. E. C. .Whitaker, new pastor
of. the First Christian church, Sa
lem,, will preach his first sermon
from the new , pulpit this morning
at 11 o'clock. . . . . -.; ..
., ? Rev. Whitacker arrived Satur
day, . though-: his family will not
move to . Salem until the-, sprinsf
school j-term His .completed..-. .On
Monday evening at 6 o'clock work
era and officers of the church will
meet in conference and a recep
tion given in . honor . of, the new
pastor at 8 o'clock to which' the
general public ls7 invited.
mortality? These are some of
of Willamette university freshmen in a- questionnaire sent out
by the University of Oregon Psycholosrical department.
bmforosa Padula, graduate
now connected with the University of Oregon, composed .the
questionnaire, planning- 10 use xne resuiis.jn ine mesis oy
which heopes to obtain his Master of Arts degree.1 ?'"c - A
NA statement is made. Thert the student" is asked to under
line whether It Is true or false,;
For Instance, ''Calvin Coolldge; Is
president of the United States.
True. "Man is an animal that
has? five legs.'? False. ; t ' 1
' Rev. Fred Taylor of the First
Methodist church: of Salem, will
build this evening's sermon around
the results "obtained by the que-
tionnaire as submitted to the Wil
lamette, freshmen. fi ' I
, Now then.- what is Heaven?
"Heaven - is ' a very large room
somewhere in the clouds 'or sky."
To this ( students answered
false and two answered true.
I "Heaven is a better'-world, def
initely located In some place al
though ninknown to us.": True.
34;fLlse. 62. -.. -! .
"Heaven Is a place where peo
ple go after they die to, enjoy a
life of everlasting happiness free
of care,.toil. and suffering' Trjie,
?"0ly.; the. good people;' that Is,
people. ? whose lives , have a "bent
towards good, go to" Heaven."
True,-69 ; false, 33., ,
"Heaven . does 'not exist at , all
in jany.. form .or.. state," 4 Tme,.
9; false, 88. -: - . t
Students not having opinions on
the questions merely " reply " that
they don't understand.' Several of
the students refused to voice opin
ions one way or another. -
Hell! What is this place, the
very expression of whose name is
considered profanity? " J
1 "Hell is a dark pit or a hot
place located somewhere." - True,
10; false, 87. " '
.. ."Hell ,1s a place where people
go after they die to suffer for
..True. , .Wf
r false 43
people : go
hell." True 5 9 ; false,- 3 3r -'
"Hell W only the punishment
we get on this earth for our evil
deeds." -wTrue.f 14; false, !. '
. VHell, does. , not exist at all In
any for or state." True, 9; false,
53; - - - ':..:' -' :-
"Even as there seems to be a
widesplit in the' belief of the stu-
" (Continued oa pag 8.)
RADIO DEBATE PLANNED
OREGOX AND "' CALIFORNIA
UNIVERSITIES TO COMPETE
EUGENE, Ore., March '20.
Th6 University' of Oregon will en
gage in a radio, debate with the
University of; Southern California
April 3 the pregonian ' to broad
cast over KGW," It ..was announced
today by University, oratorical xff
ficials.r The! contest will start
promptly 'at 8 p. m, " The Oregon
team. Donald Beeler of .Warren-
ton : and James Johnson of .Hood
River; will uphold the af f irma
tbat, war, except. In .cases of - inva
tive ou the. question.,' '"Resolved,
sion or internal rebellion, should
be declared by '.a direct vote' ot the
people, j . ; ::, - - '
Judgment- may be left to the
listeners pt Judges may be on
hand, at the stations. It-was said.
jf' - . .1
BrfU-liLi huraoroui weekly col,
ima, writtea y EafWlitt,..wm p
pmr ' la --tS ittAmitf tction ' th
X SXJKDAV paSOOM ST A.IESMAH . t
:iIOWDY FOLKS! A v.
THE GLADSOME oPRtNO. . . .
-IS'-HERE".': .Ji'J.i: . -1
SPRING BLOSSOMS, backyard
gardens and. green onions,.' '
if " " - '..- - ;
ON ACCOUNT, of our' unusually
mild win ter; the open season ;on
spring poets begins a month' ear
lier this year. ' t4-
, SOME OF THESE guys who. git
up at 6 o'clock a. m., in the mam
ia'and hit out for the golf course
would -holler like heck-if they had
to git vp vat- the same hour and
split enough wood -to git break
fast. - - . . ., . , (
THE . NICKEL
come back : v . .
. DOWN SOUTH they have col
ored mall carriers. -Would ja call
em blackmailers? .,
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AN EMBTRO pugilist who ap
peared ia a preliminary event on a
r . tCV't nuea on gtf B.i . . ' j
the questions recently asked
of Willamette university, and
IN STATESMAN gONJEST
RADIO. GIFT , AWARD TTO. PR
r ANNOUNCED-. TUESDAY-. h
Liberal Vote; Period Closes ; Next
!' I Saturday ; jfefforts71 Wotr
- -' , Important -- -
With only three week remain
lng in which towinS the prlio of
their choice, contestants are 'now
getting ready for the-'grand finals
and will undoubtedly work as they
never, worked . before.' . t
In Just three more ', weeks " op
portunity .will, be -gone? forever
After Saturday .night, " March 27,
the votes 1 will be. reduced to . the
smallest -vote of fen of the entire
campalgnl It is voctory or defeat
fa-the . next three weeks.
r The radio contest has come and
gone, and contrary to expectations
the -race is still .a rery close- one
for ! several contestants." There
are not ,, many left In the grand
f inais. hut: there are more .tban-we
have prises r for and therefore1, It
behooves, every contestaat-ftd tune
Jn -and : organize ? for the grand
finish. . : .. - tn "- f a-?
i ne worg aone Detween -. now
and the: finish; will, undoubtedly
determine ..the, winners;! of ' the
grand prizes, therefpre it behooves
every, candidate to, step .fast -now
so that, after April .10 they will
be . able to. step -on the gas ,of one
' "C6atinae4 oa &t L)
k-i ' i-..v mil 1 iiT -i. -,inr,
IRON WORKERS KILLED WHEN
IS "MACHINE FGIVE8 WAT1 f
' BIRMINGHAM,. Ala., March 20.
(Cy'r Associated Press, Four
hundred tons , of i molten , metal,
slushing and' sputtering in all di
rectlons when No. -2 furnace of
Woodward Iron company exploded
early'today,', caused . the death ; of
1 1 t'worjeers, ;' Five .others .died In
a, uoBpiiS4.(onxgat irom.ourns ana
six . others . wejre,; . in " a,', ser Jqus ..cou-
LdHIon, 'One man still was missing.
'Z The S.Orf oot . steel iron maker
gave way without' warning and the
the ' downpoUr of .metal tpld those
outside the .flaming area what had
happened, A number pf, workeys
were caught in the molten Iron ore
and jjcilled. instantly by the Intense
heat jOf the metal. . .Those, not, d,i
rectljr . in .the ' path, bf the fiery
shower' Were, caught In Its scat
tered -sheet's which Inflicted . grave
injuries to some of .the men. who
are.yet aie;-nfiC:v:,v;:;:; I
W00DBURN BOY BURNED
hY.'-tit-". ;XtrvSji ';-,r e. xvl f.
SPARK" " FROM: .BONFTRE IG-
!rttES ami him severe j
; Samuel Long, 13, of Woodburn
was' seriously burned Saturday
evening -when ! either c6al'-'6iI-; o:
gasoline he was pouring from
container was ignited by a spark
from a bonfire. ? He was taken' to
a Salem, hospital where his con
dition Is said to be serious - lie
received third degree burns about
the lower. part .of Jxis body.' '
The lad was emptying a can bf
oil whea'a spart seUled'on it and
it immediately burst Into flame,
enveloping? ; his. i bbdy..;: .Thd can
supposedly contained coal oil. -although.
t witnesses declare tbe ao
tien, ;was similar Jo-.that; ot raso
Hoe. ' . v's'iti
v-First aid was rendered immedi
ately ,and -tba- boy rwBhed tp this
city for treatment. -He ,U the bob
ot. Rev. and Mrs tFrf E.f Long, of
Woodbury. " t r.r .
TWO DIE AT CROSSING
TRAIN AND AUTO CRASH? TWO
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-' SAN- BERNARDION.-Cat, Mch.
20. (By . Associated Press.)
Two persons were killed and two
injured at 6:05 p. in, today when
a Pacific Electric; train styuckaS
automobile at a 'crossing .on the,
Foothill boulevard, 15 miles wrt
of; here.' Mr. and Mrs. V. II,
Park, Los Angeles', were 'In r.Uy
killed. Mrs." Amelia peel r, C 6
years old, and J.Irs. Bland. Deck
er. 62, 'both of IIo!!ywoc 1, werc
Injored. Parts cf tha tutcc;::
were thrown fcr 1,023 fs:i. - -
Bend Republican First Ccn-
f i: Department' : '
CARTER CAMPAIGN OPEN
A. Livesley, Prominent Hop
Growei,7 Named', as Candl
' date for Mayor on Bus- . '
V 1 iness Ticket .
Reduction . of -motor -vehicle
license fees, strick enforcement of
all ' laws, constrictive ' reclama
tion legislation and abolition tt
the. state emergency board, are
among 'the outstanding1 planks in
the T platform adopted by Jay M.
Upton of Bend, who Saturday filed
with the -secretary of state here
a copy of his. petition for the of
fice of governor at the republican
primary, election.. Mr, Upton Is
the first candidate for governor to
file, in the state department.
1 -."If -nominated and elected."
reads Mr. Upton's platform, "I will
give the people of Oregon a safe,
sane and business-like adminis
tration. , I will be governor for all
tbe people." ) , ...-:...
:iMr.: Upton's slogan reads:
"Fewer Jaws. better-,, enforce
ment., no - Increased gasoline- tax,
encourage Industry, develop Of e-
gon.", . he x
William A. Carter of Multnomah
countya who recently announced
his . candidacy for the republican
nomination, for governor; Js.a for
mer resident - of iTarion county,
moving to Seleiu with his family
in 1908 ,from; Jackson; county.
Mrs. Carter Is a daughter of tbf
late pioneer ; John - Hughes of 8a
lemirt cf.A't, .- 'i-z .v; .;. ;
' r Later , he moved to . Portlant
where he Is engaged In. the prac
tice of law. Mr Carter was elect
ed a delegate at large to the na-
f Contlmiad on pax S)
PIONEERS MEET TODAY
II.; RICHTER, PORTL.ND
AUTHORTTir,' TX SPEAK-'
7 All county and - city : Pioneer
leaders,' chief rangers and commit
teemen will' meet at the Salem
JMCA rooms thii afternoon from
3 ta B o'clock. : C. Ii. Richter, sec
retary of the boys' department cf
the Portland TMCA. and '.recog
nized as one of the leading author
ities .on the coast of. Pioneer club
work, will be the principal speak
er. .:.:", ...j-. .
, Local problems of the Pioneer
clubs will be voiced at the meet
ing and Richter will offer adrice.
Preparations will be made for
thor County-Pioneer club, rally to
be held In. Salem, probably at tha
First Methodist church, April 17,
'The Pioneer Rally will start at
2 o'clock in thef afternoon of the
1 7th.- Athletic events will occupy
the afternoon." There " will te a
poUto race, relay, basketball re
lay, shoe race, tug of war push
up, standing broad jump and ttxea
After' the. meet, there will be
a cam pf ire supper .r. 1 two motion
picture reels. , Thla v ill l a f al
lowed by a talk on V.'ooicr ft by
some, experienced v.xo I. . ,
r The f eti eral trade .'commission
came under fire In tha Senate.
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. The census bureau issue;! ; ;
final report on the introduction cf
the 1925 cotton crop.
A senate. Investigation ot f, u
Fassaic, , N, J.; : tea IV. j- rri: v 1,
.iKkcd by,Stnatcr La Folk t: .
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The house agriculture .com -tee
decided to invito Cover.
Hammeirof Iowa, to tea;, . r I -
" The Interstate comra - --- ? r
mibsion was asked to t
UenTy Ftrd la tha cc-;.-. '
preceedizes.. iavolti.": z, ' ! :
. Senate lave
icad was pc
j The Ar.i-rr!
" id to !... .-
firtnce cf 1
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