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MORNING ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1911.
XSHkT IS WORM! ",.) - i'l4ntmiminmtinmJ- g;;
YHa Jeenty Little Upturn
In Winter f Mtiiwii,
' A novelty that the feminine world
Ws taken very kindly to U ibe pep
tan svom outside the skirt. It to
familiar algbt now. the Uttle plaited
fwplum or the plain circular eae. set
tm a Jaunty falsa around the bleb
Waist Udm f the drsaa ta. It takaa on
boot practical appearance when It la
a wed to the true waist tine of
separate walat which la bloosed sailor
Sleeves mad la peasant stjle. but
earned to the armholee, are seen oa
the newest btouwe. Tb model la the
cat aim Includes a fancy collar ekieed
In surplice style. Silk rasbmrre make,
the blouse, with trimming of velvet
and lace. . JCD1C CHOLLET.
Thla Mar Manloa pattern la cut Id elaae
from M to 4Z InrlMs bust mraeure. Send
M cents to thta office, ctvtne aumber. nil
aad It will be prompter forwaroad to jrou
br snalL If la arau aa additional
two cant etame (or letter poatac. which
Insures awra prompt delivery- Wbo wr-
Fur at Raaaonabla
Buttena Much Used.
Natural raccoon la to be a favorlta
- among tba reasonably priced aklna tbla
winter, and the leopard la another
striking fur that la la no way toned
, down by the dyer'a art! Are
. As to buttons, wa are assured thai
they will be prominent and that very
large alzea will be seen, bona buttona
being sometimes aa much aa three
Incbes In diameter. Tinted metal
molds ara again being Introduced, and
tnot her -of -pearl buttona are overlaid
with designs in cat metal. At tba
aarna tlma very tiny buttona Id metal.
bona, velvet or fabric will be greatly
Used aa trimmings, but wa aball hara
bo oaa at all for tba button of me
dium a lie.
' Tba all In ona gown la a moat satis
factory coatume to Include In one a
wardrobe. Tbla ona la designed tor
young girls and atnall women and la
trimmed to give a tunic affect It la
of crape meteora and la trimmed with
Deary laca. JTJDIC CHOLLET.
Thla May Mantoo pattern la aut In slsee
for mlaaes of fourteen, alzteen and alcht
fa yssrs of a (a. Send 10 cants to thla
fflca. aivlnc number. 72U. and It will ba
promptly forwarded to you by mad. If I
haate aend a a additional two cent stamp
for letter postare. which Insures mora
prompt delivery. When ordering
A NEW YEAR'S
Br ARTHUR P. WINDHAM
Copyright by American Press Aasw-
Tommy," aald tbe teacher, "how do
tbey ascertain tba meaaurement of a
"1 gueaa tbey measure It with nary
yard." was the nuviixt.ted reply.
Qrsat Cattle Cauntrisa.
Australia baa cows enough to girt
aatcn man. woman and child In tha Is
land continent three a piece, while tba
Vrfsatloe can da even better-lb era ara
, . b Ua big
Tha iban-elloiof tba German amplra
aat In bis office writing w hen a young
ntaa entered aad aatd;
"Tour axcelleocy aeat for ma. I be-
"Ah. Von Arnbelm. aald tba chan
cettor. looking up, "I bars a very Ita
portant tulxaloo for Too. It la to the
orealdent of tba rnltatl State and
must be delivered on tba 1st of Janu
ary. when tha president receive tbe
diplomatic con. I bare selected tbla
day because no attention will be at
tract ed by a visit, and It need not be
known that a call la na Ttatortant dip
lotnatlc affatra. llla majesty the em
peror la dealroua that tbe prrweiA struc
gle between Russia aad Jsn sha
cease. Japan la not able nnam-tally
to carry oa tha war and must soon
give way on that account. This will
give tba ctar a preponderance of pow
er In tbe eaat antagonistic to Germs
and other Interests. No power In Ku
rope la so altuated oa account of tbelr
varied Interests to propose mediation.
Tbe only power fitted for such a pur
pose la tbe United States
"Ula majesty tbe emperor dealrea to
aend by yon to tbe president of the
great republic a request that be
propose to the ctar and the emperor
of Japan a conference with a vie
a treaty of peace. Since tbe cia
knows of tbe financial stress of Japan
be does not wish tbe war to terminate.
but If a peace were proposed by tbe
Dreeldent of the United Slates the
world's opinion would be so airs lost
Ruaala'a refusal to treat that she
would be obliged to yield, la a fe
weeka possibly be would win.
"Should his emissaries succeed in pre
venting you from delivering tbe me
sage or delaying the emperor's requert
obliging na to aend another, the Jspa
nese rsue may collapse liefore a dupll
rate could be received. You may be
watcbed from tbe time you leave here,
Von Arnbelm left Berlin with the
dispatch tbe same evening. Tbe Rus
sians at the German capital did not get
wind of his mlaaioa until be bad sail
ed. and there was only opportunity for
them to Instruct the llusslaa emlssa
lies In America to endeavor to thwart
bis design after bis arrival In New
York. He bad reached that city, or
rather. Hoboken. across tbe Hudson
river, where tbe German ateamers
land, and was driving through a street
that leads to tbe station of tbe Peon
tytvanla railroad when aa auto came
dashing along wildly, tbe chauffeur In
tentionaUy colliding with tbe cab in
which tbe messenger sat. He lay for
a few momenta atunned. and tbe rnauf
feur. looking back and seeing thst be
did not move, sped on.
But Von Arnbelm got up and with
difficulty walked southward till be met
another cab. which be bailed and
reached tba rennaylranla station with
aut further mishap. He was obliged
to wait a couple- of hours before
through train left for Washington and
while walking to and fro In tbe sis
Uon saw a man accompanied by a po
liceman coming toward him.
"That's your quarry." said tbe man
to tba policeman. "Arrest him. 1 have
Just come over In tbe same steamer
with blm. and be stole my watch.
Despite bis protestations Von Arn
belm wae taken to a police station In
Jersey City. and. being scanned.
watch that did not belong to blm was
found In his pocket. Rather than make
hlmaelf known and. having atill a week
before New Year's day. be atood trial
the next morning and waa sentenced
to Jail for aix months. On tbe way to
prison be asked tboe escorting blm to
atep Into a saloon and have a drink.
While tbere.be convinced tbem that
the charge was a put up Job. gave each
one of tbem S50 and wits permitted to
leave tbe saloon by a door In tbe rear.
He bad no farther trundle on tbe
way to tbe station and hoped that be
might be permitted to reach the cap!
tal In peace. But be waa disappoint
ed. Juat before arriving at I'biladel
phla a woman took a vacant sest be
side blm and as tbe train waa passing
through tbe city rslsed a cry. arose
with feigned indignation and accused
Von Arnbelm of Insulting her. Lean
lng out of a window, she beckoned to
a policeman, who got Into tbe cur. and
tbe woman called apoo blm to arrest
Here was another detention. Von
Arnbelm. still nnwilllng to make bis
Identity public, stood trial, several per
aons who bad been In the car with blm
testifying tbat they saw blm endeavor
to take liberties with bla accuser, and
be waa sent up for sixty days.
It waa now tbe 27tb of December,
and but Ova daya remained before
New Year' a day. Von Arnbelm aent a
message to tba German minister In
forming blm of bia situation. A mem
per or toe German diplomatic corpa
visited tbe prisoner, received bla mes
aaga and returned to Washington on
the 3 1st of December.
When tbe president tbe next day
gave bis pnblic reception tba German
ambaasador. watching bis opportunity.
poke a few words to blm in a lo
tone. The president replied In Uia
It was not very long after this tbat
an announcement waa made tbat tbe
president of tbe United States had of
fered bla aervicea as mediator between
tbe Russians and Japanese, and tbe
announcement was followed by tba
treaty of fort smooth.
On tbe 3d of January Von Arnbelm
was pardoned by tba governor of Penn
Those Dssr Girls.
Maud Pro told I get my good looks
from my mother. Ethel I wouldn't
repeat that If I were yoo. Maud-
Why not? Ethel-People will think
yonr mother was stingy. uoaton
A "smooth faced man" today If ona
wbo does not wear a heard. A hun
dred yeare ago. according to a com
mentator, a "smooth faced man waa
one who baa not naa ma iace puieu
by amallpox. -
JCANNCTTK KtKM Hit
WORD, SAY SLACK -ILL.
Black Hill asseverates tbat
Joe Jeanaette auttluly keeps his
word. Una atarry ulgbt several
years ago Black BUI Aad a ten
round eugnarement with Joe at
ic club. In
I o e waa'
i round tbe
with wild aw tugs.
"I'll get him yet." BUI told bla
seconds after tbe fourth rouud.
When be bopped off bla chair at
the tingle of tbe bell Joe ahoved
out bla tight glove. "Shake
hands. Bill." he remarked.
.."Why. ao. Joe. Thla am not
the last round Thla am the
"Thla la the last and not the
firth." piped Joe. and be hung
one on Bill'a chin that called for
SAMMY WHITE'S CAREER.
Hnamal Qrsat End New Meat Talk
ad Man In r sot ball.
Sanford Browned White of Fall
River b the most talked of maa la
Princeton university at the present
time. No man In tbe past decade haa
occupied aa prominent a position lo
tb -feeaj-Jerwey college aa tbe Tigers
pet foot tall hero does now. Tbe hlgtj
eat honor that can fall to any under
graduate waa conferred upon "Sam,"
aa be la more popularly known In col
lege, when the claaa of 1912 elected
him president of tbe seniors. Ha Is
also tbe president of tbe senior coun
cil, whlrb la tbe student governing
body. Tbe Immense popularity of
White was shown at tbe maaa meet
ing of tbe students, graduates and fac
ulty In Princeton recently.
"Big Bill" Edwards, tbe New York
street cleaning com mUx loner, talked
for three mlnutea at tbat celebration,
which was tbe biggest tbat tbe Tigers
have ever held, oa tbe subject of
Princeton's latest and greatest football
star.- Ha aald that the undergraduate
did not realize, nor would tbey until
they bsd become "old grads." what
Bam bad done for 4 he university.
He aald tbat In an address before
the Princeton club of New York be
had stated tbat what Princeton oesd-
Photo by America Prsaa Association.
SAMMY WBITB OW PaiMOBTOn.
ed most, even more than a president.
waa a championship and that now
Bam White bad brought the Tiger bla
beart'a desire by "licking Harvard
White's athletic career la Interest
ing. He entered Princeton In 1908
after having "prepared" at Exeter. He
played on tbe football and tbe base
ball teama of bla freabman year. He
made good at third base In tbat year.
On tbe football team, wblcb lost to
Yale freshmen, ba played at left and
In bla sophomore yesr White put up
a star game for the Tigers at third
base and at the end of the season was
Jectcd captaio of the 1011 basebsll
team, la tba spring of 1010 bis fine
work clearly earned blm tba captaincy
for tbe coming year. Ha batted over
.300. and bis fielding got blm the repo
tatlon of one of the best third base
men In Intercollegiate circles.
White did not play football la bla
aopbomore year, but made tbe varalty
basketball team. He waa forced to
choose football or basketball. He chose
tbe latter, for. while today White la
one of tbe greatest football heroes
since tbe daya of Yale's Coy. ba doea
not Ilka tba game.
On tba eleven tbat came so near
beating Yale last fall White played
regularly at left end.
This season White played Irregularly
en tbe football team. Ills form at tbe
beginning of tbe season wis not tba
best, and be waa given a abort vaca
tion, but when both Vaughan and
Phllllpa failed to make good at tha
wing positions White waa put back
Wbtta baa done little In athletics
outside of baseball and football. Tbe
basketball that be baa played outside
of bla seasoo with tbe varalty waa
merely to keep blm In trim.
California League Want Cub Stars.
Mordecal Brown and Overall, tbe two
Cub twlrlera. are sought by tbe Cali
fornia so called outlaw league now be
A nad freoieamsnt,
Mabel I was ao mortified at tha
rouch mansion tba other night Flo
What happened? Mabel I wanted to
laugh In my aleevo. but I bad on ray
decollete gown and bad to bide tha
laugh In my glove.
Tbe boomerang, missile Instrument
for war. sport or tbe cbase. In ose by
Australian aborigine, was first made
nown by lelng brought before tha
Rovnl Irlxh ncadiriiy by Professor Mc
eunuch lit !m.
-asm-sk t?W,.-UsvW '
HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL AND
OUT-OF -THE -ORDINARY PRESENTS
Now we open the final week of Christmas shopping with
1 asasssw i
a store jammed full of Christmas GIFTS suitable for ALL!
ajaaatw M M-sf With only fW V0r hopping eUr- until ChrUtmfta anJ lira t.tKli
special Prices on 1 oys- r;.rr."..;,,.JV:vr.il.""'' ' "
" 4 "
TOYS THAT NEVER FAIL TO PLEASE
- A big lot of well made
express wagons; all
lies. Priced from 1.10
to t 0
GIRLS' WftlTINQ j
I A handsome ' desk i
i msde of best material ;
j with roller ii "d j,
' Isrie slac; price Si 2V !
Hocking II for
any alia boy; substan
tially made of tM. ma.
trlsta-Si:S a S47S.
Open or covered
sites and makes
la Is 00.
, A blackboard would
make a useful gift for
ac niMil children t0
DOLL CHAIRS I AUTOMOBILES
painted In different ii Our automobiles ara
odors. JO and IK. li strong enough to carry
lk.ll Mockers, differ, il the larger buya or sev.
enl sls. priced up tu ! aral small ones.
60c j MM and tl 50
Beveral slir D oa
bla. Irlces from J0
lo si rs.
' Other toys la be found In tha ! Dolls. Doll Haada. T Sals. Tool Chests. OMma, Msrsa. Hsrs
! and Wagons. Pock at Knives, S'sds. Coasters. Shoo flyt Veloclpsdss, gliding locks. Rubber Balls. Dsn
Orssssrs. Tables, Guns, ate., etc
A WRITING DISK
would be appreciated as a Clrlatinas (lift. It la
something thst every woman owls. We ran sup-pl-
you lth one that will look well and last (r
,,'.rS to U
A SAFITY RAZOR
would tusk a dandy t'hrlatmaa present for a
man Our Keen Kutter ratora are la a aral litd
case, complete with II era pisuea for 1.00,
A good stock af other makes.
Enjoy the Christmas
season by having your
home well heated-the
one shown here offered
at the special dh 0165
Ss our full Hn
-wa have them at all
Chafing Dishss Kvery boms should
have a good chafing dish. Let na aril
you one tbat will give entire satisfaction.
Make Your Christmas , Gifts
Practical- Give Furniture
On the halitmv anj roil ll'r our rt4blihntcnt arc
to be found" many very suitable Chrism (lifts in Fur
niture iVit that will nke the hm more attractive
ami w ill he enjoyed by eer ,ncmter vt the lamily.
Rugs - and - Carpets
IRON BEDS '
PARLOR CHAIRS .
" - - "-fciasji
. MUSIC CABINETS
PARLOR STANDS -CHINA
MAQAZINK RACKS, eta.
r - -
Dpecial f rices m
and Carpets for
the holiday trade. Sec
what we have before
GOODS BOUGHT SOU'
WILL BE H'RAPt'F.D .
JSD PUT JU'JY US'
OREGON CITY, ORE.
cr, T.t - xr.tr- k.isci
FS JOY YOUR
POOR CHILDREN TO
BE REMEf 1BERED XMAS
Since the members of tha 8L An
drew's Brotherhood of 8L Paula
Episcopal church of thla city began
tba movement for . providing Chrlst
mii presents for tha poor and needy
of thla city In many of tha cltliena and
business men have taken Interest
William Hammond, who la treasurer
of this society, and who will handle
the funJs tbat come In for thla bene
fit, haa already on hand fit. It 1 the
desire of those who are In charge
to have aa many namea of children aa
possible. It la the aoclety'a Intention
to aee that no child In Oregon City or
In Clackamaa county la forgotten. Tbe
namea of those receiving assistance
will not be disclosed. Names should
Ue aent to tha rector of 8L Taul'a
church, or to any of the members of
the 8L Andrew's Brotherhood.
Below ara two coupons which ex
plain themselves. All will ba treated
In the strictest confidence. Mall to
William Hammond of Cross A Ham
mond, either or both coupona. A re
ceipt will be returned In tha case
of gtfta or money from blm and at
Christmaa tlma from the little onea
by a signed card.
s The following ara names of
children, given In confidence,
who should be assisted by your
Bend aa many namea aa you
I dealra to be Santa Clsus to
soma child to tha extent of the
Order (on any Oregon City
In caaa of an order tba cost,
or written order on tha store
e designated must ba enclosed.
SUE EOR LAND SAID
TO BE ILLEGALLY HELD
J. J. Coleman and Lovlna Coleman,
through their attorneys, Dlmlck A
Iltmlrk, have begun an action In tha
Circuit Court against Charlea Wolf,
of Clackamaa. for tba possession of a
atrip of real estate which plaintiffs
claim, together with $300 damages -for
the "wrongful and unlawful withhold-,
lng of said atrip of land." Tbe plain
tiff a aay they own tha atrip of land
by right of purchase and tba defen
dant allegea tba land belongs to him.
although. It la declared, a survey of
defendant's land show that he haa
more land now than hla original pur
chase. Tbe lines have been run by
surveyors and tbe strip of land In con
troversy tbe plaintiffs say, la un
TO BE HELD TODAY
The funeral aervicea over the re
mains of Mrs. Jennie Meldrum, wire
of Henry E Meldrum, who died sud
denly at the family home on Reventh
street Saturday afternoon of heart
failure, will be held at tha family
residence this afternoon at 1 o'clock,
C. W. Robinson, rector of 8t Paul's
Eplaropal church, officiating. The
member of the Pioneer Chapter No.
28, Order of Eastern Star, of which
dramod was a member, and waa
Past Worthy Matron, will attend In a
body. After the aervicea at the bouae
the remalna will ba taken by special
car to the Crematorium at Fell wood,
where tbey will be Incinerated. Tha
pallbearer will ba Charlea C. Bab.
cock, E O. Cauflel.l. B. P. Randa, W.
E. 1'ratt, C. E. Burn and Henry E.
CATTLE MARKET IS
The Portland I'nlon Stork Yards
Company v-e porta as folio :
Receipts for the week were lift
rattle; 3 calvea; 1701 hogs; JiHI
aheep and It boraea.
Extra quality cattle for tba Christ
maa market sold at prices that ranged
iroro fs:& to 110 per hundred weight
There waa some splendid quality In
the offerlnga and aal.le from demon
stranng tbe ability of tha Pacific
Northweal to properly feed and Dnlstl
rsttle there waa shown tbe evdence of
more feeder engaged In the Indus
try, in former yeara only one or two
reener could be called on for Christ
mas offerings, but this year supplies
room nsve neen drawn from a num
ler of sources. Th" msrket on arer.
see quality waa strong to higher
tows son at ii in and l0, while
rsirea aold aa high aa ft.
me nog market showed a II Iter al
supply from local territory, and Judg
ing by tbe atrength of prices paid for
Mon Jay s receipts a stronger and more
vigorous tone was anticipated aa the
- '"n'. nowever, tbe mar-
sri inowM a weakness and cloaej at
a cenia lower Mr the week.
There waa a good deal of atrength
in me sneep division, good quality
i. -ion raving nrointnr strong price,
ii is not poaslb to ssv
not thu market has advanced M the
qurmion or quality mua( he consid
ered and the full atrength of the mar
ket la seldom tested.
Tha following sale are represent.
I I TTJ ,
MRS. PRICE BaTERTAINS
III SISTER S HONOR
HARRY Y. MILL
Harry Y. Miller, chief clerk of tha
branch office of the Wells, Fargo Ex
press Company In tbla city, and Mis
Minnie Catherine Hlevers, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blevers, of
iladstone, were married at the home
of Mr. Mlller'a grandmother, Mra. M.
IL Franklin, Monday evenlDg. Her.
, R. Landaborotigh officiated. Mr.
nd Mra Miller will go to housekeep
ing In Clladstone at once. Tha bridge-
groom is a son of O. W. II. Miller, and
came to this city about two year
ago from Portland. Ha wa circula
tion manager of the Morning Enter
prise until ba became connected with
tba express company.
In honor of her slater, Mr. Samum
Goldstein, of Victoria, B. C, Mr. A
A. Price entertained a few of her
friends at bridge at her home Sat
urday afternoon In a most delightful
manner, the prizes being won by Mrs.
A. U nestle and Mr. J. N. Wlane.
Refreshments were served. The dec
oration were attractive and artistic
being of red carnations, chrysanthe
mums and ferns. Misses Price, of
Portland, anj Miss Anna Tolpolar as
sisted tha hostess.
The guests were Mr. I B. Jones,
Mr. W. A. Shewman, Mr. H. E.
Hendry, Mrs. Oeorge Hsnklns, Mrs.
H. B. Straight, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Wil
liam Liogus. Mr. H. R. Mount, Mr.
A. Jj. Iieatle, Mr. J. N Wlsner, Mrs.
C. O. Huntley, Mr. E. T. Fields,
Mr. O. W. Easthsm, Mr. C. D.
lAtoumtte, Mr. M. D. Latnitrette,
Mr. E. P. Rands, Mr. W. 8. U'Ren,
Mr. 3. H. WslWer, Mr. E. A.
Chapman, Mr. Nleta Barlow Law
rence. Mrs. A. T M'orrls. Mrs. C.
Melssner. Mrs. Samuel Oldsteln, Miss
Nell Caufleld. Misses Iila and Rose
Price and MJ Anna Tolpo1r.
Pstronise onr sdvertlsere.
S Stners ,
19 Steels .
17 Steers ' .
170 Rteer ,
3 Calve ,
II Calve .
7 Bull ..
1 null .,
IIS Cow ..
! Cows ..
77 Cow ..
3 Calvea .
Hogs . .
241 iJimhs .,
IIS I,smhs . .
4C5 Ewe ...
. . ISIS
. . too
. . ftft.1
. . 901
. . 104
. . 1(!0'"
. . 19
. . 293
Pfro,o'w,.n:, nt0n C,t'
Prune, on ba. 0f 6 w pounWr
120 to ,4C. itlMp p., J .
Home made Chocolate aad Baal
packed In special t lb. Ilollay ka
Regular t 21 alia 73 MM
Holiday postcards ,., teat n
Holiday Btatlooery. In gift boies, J7
lo 40 cent a. Buy on the kill sl
Mra. L. Newton, 509 aevsnUi atrst
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAY (nuy lng)- Timothy, fll
til: clover, ft to f 9; oat hay. hast. 9)
lo 110; ml led, 9 to lit; siraJfa, 111
to lie 80
OATS (Buying) Cray. 1 17 it
t:i; wheat. 2I to 29; oil meallM.
Shady Brook dairy feed, lift sa
FEEDl Selling) Shorts. l!T k)
I2H; rolled barley, 3T0; ptmssi
barley, 3 50; whole corn. HT;
cracked corn. JI; white, :i to ITT.
bran 27 to 2I.
Butter, Poultry, Eggs.
rXOUR 14 60 to 61S.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordlasrj
country butter. 25e lo 30c; turn
dairy, JOc; creamery, tOo to lie.
POl'LTRY (Buying) IPna, 1fl
tic; spring, 10c, and roosters, 1a
EU08 Oregon ranch eggs, 40a H
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
11.28 to 1150 ner sack: parulM.
II 25 to 1 60; turnip, 11.21 to H-W:
rrunea, on basis of I 1 4o nr
6oc teot. 11.50.
beets, 1 60
POTATOE8 Best buying I"
II per hundred.
CNI0N8 Oregon. 1.3S to II M
hundred; Australlsn, I) per ksodrel
BEICF (Uva weight) trt, K
nd 6ViCi cow, 4H; bull, 1 1"
VEAL Calves bring from
13o, according to grade
MUTTON Sheen. 30
lam ha irt iajI Sa
HOGS 126 to 140 pound hofi, I
nd llo; 140 to 300 pounds, 10 Ml
NURIIRY STOCK FOS $ALt CMIAP
Now a tha Tlma la Sal Our
For Your Fart of CH
Two year old budded . W
varlelles to choose from, will wt tb
out and guarantee them fur 20e
Iso all kind of fancy hrubbsry
fruit trees at low price.
Apply H. J Blagar. Seventh ana
ter street, at tha old aland.
nr vntr vvnw thst tha F.nn",,'
ysarnd Bargain Parlod no oaf
O A. C. Short Courses
otgtn Jn. 3, Contlnttt Font Wkf
Kv.ry cltUen of Oregon I cordially lnl,jJ?
ttand tha short courses of tha Orsion Afn
tural College, beginning Jan. 3. Elsvsn dW
tlv couraea will ba off.red In Aarletiltiir..
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