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THE CAPITA? JOURNAL'
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(Copyright. 1920, by H. C. fisher. Trad. Mark Reg, n e
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National Survey -Of
Schools is Plan
NVw York. A natlunwldci cumpalgn
to "ninLMijre n.TvicR of ti-urhei'K, Hchnol
inilHii'rit inul courai'B of iiiKtruc
tiiin." ho thnt Pvtry niunUiMlity may
know llow to deal with It public
wluuil prolilcm, hits been ttttirted, It
ma been unnoutu'eil, bv a National
oitimltlee compoHOtl of ecretarieii of
i li.imbers of commerce and dnpei'ln
tonilents of celiools repregentlnp 64,
On the Krottnd that the public
HchcmlH of the United HtitteH ure fac
Inn H (,'rave crlnla due to the alleged
need of M, 500,000, 000 to provide adn
Uite liulldltiKK, anil, $2H0,0U0,U00 for
falsing dulatieg to rthp th Inprc-aHliifc
fhorttiKe of teaohen; the National com
initlee Kay that It Is inllstliiK the aid
of chamber of cummerpe all uvir the
countiy for the purpose of impilrlnff
very citizen and tax payer with the
C'lllllinitKV I.CIHlcfH lllllll.
The comniliieo was orKanlzed last
Fi lii tiary at a nioetln In Cleveland,
Ohio, called by Dr. Ceore 1). Htrayer
of Columbia univiM'sity, chairman of
the commlHshm on Emrrirmicy In Kdu
cation of the National Education a
mx lallon. and the American City bur
eau. Officers of the committed were
elected as follows: Dr. Slrayer chair
man; 'red A. nichHt'ilHon, secretary,
New Voi k; exccatlvs committer: Ilen
IV' rliyder, Jersey t'lly, N, J.; H. O,
.lones, Cleveland. Ohio; J, 11. Ticver
iit, Omaha, Neb.! Raymond B. Olhbs,
Kutixaa City, K'au.: S. H. Price, Hrlditc
jinrt. Conn,,' K. U MuCoIkIii. Jiayton,
The conference tle'dded Hiat the
'ltauibei-M of ct'inmct'i'e could render
effective aid on up.n the lias's of a
careful Kitivey ol local school condi
tions for the purpose of clmpiirluB
them with other cltlea, the Idea bolus
thereafter to enlist all community for-
ces for the development of the public
The first questlonalre sent to chain
bers of commerce nnd superintendents
of schools of all cities with a popula
lion of 8,000 and more, and which will
he followed by four other "quesllon-
aires makes the following Inquiries:
"How much training do your teach
era have? llow well Uo you pay your
school employes? What special Indu
cement do you offer the teachers In
your schools? Luter questionalres
will ask, among other things:
"llow well do you house your child
ren? What Is your educational pro
gram? How adequately do you safe
guard the children's health? How
much don education cost your city?
How will the rising costs be met?
I The American City bureau here
which, with Dr. Strnyer, Initiated and
Is carrying out the present plans, an
nounced Its desire "to make the main
facts in the present emergency quick
ly available" for those cities where the
school problem are pressing hardest
for solution. The question of getting
high grade teachers and school em
ployes, he said, has become a more
perplexing one tlian ever before. Many
men and women It Is Bald, have stop
i ped going to Normal schools and tea
chers' colleges to prepare themselves
as pedagogues.' In round numbers sec
retary Klchnrdyon said, there will be
50 percent fewer graduates from these
schools In the United mutes In 1920
than In 1917.
"The United Slates Is now actually!
35.000 short of the number of teachers
required to fill positions," said nr.
Itlchardson. "This shortage exists af-i
ter about tin, 000 make-shift teachers
have been employed; In other words,
(lie real eliot-tugo of trained and exper
ienced teachers Is fully 100,000. The
cost of living litis lncrenm) fully 80 per
cent lit the pant 6 years and yet teach
ers have had a salary Increuse of less
than 30 per cent flnce 19M. Hullding
programs ulno have been held up by
the war. Many communities have out
grown their school plants and ovn
crovvded half-day sessions, and the
forced use of portable and temporary
school building have been evils which
cry out for remedy."
Multnomah Cooperative Water as
sociation, Portland; $15,000; B. O.
Skulason, Edith Eborall, Ge.rude L.
Harris. Mary A. Moore and Mibel T.
Union rtetinnlng and Metal Works,
Portland; $100,000; Louis Johnson,
Fred Hesse and fleorge W, Burt.
ueruiicaies snowing .-ncrease in
capitalization were filed by the W.
J. Ball Waist company. Portland, $30,
00 Oto $100,000; Alco Wood Products
company, Albany, $10,000 to $25,000.
Resolutions of dissolution were fil
ed by the Grind Manufacturing com
pany of Portland.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
with the etate department here Mon
day by the Robinson Kallander com
pany of Portland, captialized at $12,
000. The incorporators are Jean I.
Robinson, Mary E. Robinson, I. E.
Kallander and Anna Kallander.
Certificate showing an Increase In
capitalization from $20,000 to $50,vut
was filed by the Citizens Investment
company of Portland
Suffering from a delusion that hv
was being pursued by enemies, Olaf
Ellison of Spokane, aged 39,- locked
himself In his room and fired two pis
tol shots into his head.
FAMOUS RURAL STORY
OP THE 07. AUKS THE
10 Big Reels 10
"Black is White"
From the Celebrfated Novel by George Barr
CHARLES W. HAW LEY y JR.
March "Militaire" .' Schubert
"Glow-Worm" 4 Lincke
"Dardanella" ; Black
Hawaiian Melodies Arr. by Mr. Ifctwloy
CONCERT 8:45 TO 9:15 P. M.
No one seated during recital. .
Big reduction in price of Mazola
at your grocers. All size cans.
Buy in quantities.
YOU never see any pie crust left on the plate
Everybody knows the crust is the
best part cf the pie. Mazola-made pies
have such a delicate flaky crust you're
sure to eat the la3t crumb.
Corn Products Refining Company
P. 0. Bor 161 New York City
JOHNSON LlUIliai CO., PORTLAND. OKEUON
Lester M. Livingood, an
Spokane, has been engared . .
charge of a bureau of statistics am .
searcn to De established by the tta
'"Ston Retailers' association. .'
"Ifs a Lucky Day for You"
' says the Good Judge
When you learn about the
Keal lobacco Chew.
A small chew of rich to
bacco lasts so much longer
man trie old kind.
You don't need a fresh
chew so often. That's why
it costs less to use.
Any man who uses the Real Tobacco
M . '
uew wm ten you mat.
Put Up In Two Styies
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a loug fine-cut toHro
Famous For Its Marvelous Motor
See How Chandler Checks With
T t? S6Ven years of P'oduction has been distin
whShifmS S anyiSl'1?Telys!lperiorfeaturesoesign and equipment
Chancer See then I, J Tf hundreds of do11 higher than the
Dricld cars in thh! 17 6 check"vith ten of the best-known high-
Z mo'T fltnt servr " ch high-grade design
Sunerinr r.Kn Ji-r...
rKn H-n'u n i cx x eaiures ana
Uie Migh-Priced Cars that use Them
ONE PIECE ALUMINUM MOTOR BASE,
at four points, thus providing a stiffer
tram, as well as a more rigid motor
n",ntlr- Al8 by Packard, Loco
mobile (Bronze), Mercer, Wlntou, Fiat.
Brewster, Stutt, Pierce-Arrow.
SILENT CHAIN DRIVE for Motor Shafts.
Also used by Winton, Packard, Cadillac.
Brewster, Fiat, Mercer. :,
P&.0RTUBE. Also used by
Wltirnn '"mooile. Brewster,
Winton, Cadillac, Packard, Stuti.
Brewster, Cadillac, Fiat.
Locomobile, Packard, Marmon. U
Pierce-Arrow, Flat, Brewster, Packard.
ANNULAR BALL-BEARING REAR
WHEELS. Also used by Packard, Stuti,
Locomobile, Marmon, Pierce-Arrow,.
HIGH TENSION MAGNETO IGNITION.
Also used by Locomobile, Mercer, Fiat,
A I IAL. Also used by Marmon. Stun.
THEN. - considered
uu nj i checK
One car, listing at $2975, checks with Chandler in onlv one fMt
Onecar.Iistlng at $2685,checks wlthChandlerln only three Iis,in " J2195' checks with Chandler In only two feature
One car, listing at $2400, checks with Chandler In only one, 17, ,istln at ,check. with Chandler in only two feature.
Orte c, listing at $2250, doe, t hOuMlm
Not . single one of the seven make, of medium nrl Z V k'tUn
The Chandler offers you Bosch, recognised the world , H ? f ?ffer Hih Tension Magneto Ignition.
the silent chain drive, although another on. of them In It. 1,, Jr8"0" n,y of rou
, ,tnem,n Hthteher-priced model ($345), Incorporates this feature.
These Statements are Facts on, w , '
a Few of the ReanrT. J nd they Give You
", bj tb. m.nuf.cturtr of the or. nttmi to. ,
crv DriiTTTn... .
.PassenTr.. " YLES OF BODY . .
s UUI, rour.f9t,in. , .
Fouf PaVr' r . ,,275 ' Four Passenger Roadster. H99S
Seven-Passenitr Sedan. $2995
Olson Motor Car Company
349 North rw . . ' A
o49 North Commercial St., Salem,
CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, 0.