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1 pik Take Out Permit"
- Buiidine- activities were given
, further boost Wednesday with the
, issuance of a. permit for 1170
000 from the city recorder's of flee
. to the Salem Elks lodge No. 336
fni ha must ruction of their ftew
; temple at 6?0 State. The building
will 1e of concrete and -two stories
,htgh. Two other permits were
taken oat by John Williamson
''. rnntrnrtnr' for the erection Of C
12600 dwelling at 1255 Erixon
and another for .11000 at" 128
, Erixon. '
Marcel and dirl lasl linger
: After a Golden Glint Shampoo.
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Case Is Contlhued--
i Jack Kearhs and E. Hansard,
part of a quartette arrested by
Officers Olson ahd DaVla last Sun
day night, were given a hearing
in the police court yesterday,
They are charged with possession
of liquor and breaking glass on
;the street. Judge; Marten Poulsea
Is taking their cases under advise-
;ment until today. The other two
.were fined an aggregate of $750
land face the loss of an automobile.
f The county clerk's office will be
i open i from 8 a m. to 8 p. m
j Wednesday, Thursday ahd Friday
J of this week for the registration
; of voters. Registration closes on
I Saturday, October 4, 1924, at five
"o'clock p. m. " U. G. Boyer, county
i clerk. o4
'fcook Exchange Popula
''" Thfc book ' exchange at Salem
high school, now : in its second
.y-'r. is proving popular, and; has
those who need the pooks dur-
.r T comine vear. jack Snonz
is manager of the exchange.
Having Disposed of ' '
. My garage af 900 No. Commer-
; cial. street. L will not be-respon-
- fJble f 6r anx $Hls contracted, 'by
, the present owners. Chas. W.
Xaflhanir " " " " " " o4
lin Delay Slifpments-
.' , : Shipments of apples from Salem
f were delayed yesterday by the rain
; , and instead of the three carloads
'Which, were scheduled to leave It
was found Impossible to load a
; straight car of any one variety.
Dr. B.H. White
Osteopathy - Surgery
Electronic Diagnosis and Treat
ment (Dr. Abram'a method).
Office Phone 859 ' or 4 6 9-J
06 U. S. Bank Bldg.
and now that -we are located In
cur new quarters at '
143 S. LIBERTY ST
we are In a position to give you
i till better ; service on your
transfer and hauling work. ;
T7e Still Handle Fed
and have several carloads of
coal due in a lew days. Better
get your order In early, ;
Cars f tiKlio . '
Oar auto are all kc t In prime condition,
therefore are absc tely safe to drive,
' TETJIINAL mi'3X SERVICS?
.7e hire then either
DAY AND NuHT SERVICE ,
c:r::3 r'J. ' . 4 iji
Pack 'Jt started at the Young
-.w ! P'ant In Eugene, accord
Ing to . W. Wells. "A carload of
fine Sp: Jrgs nas Deen shipped
from t' . Albany plant. Reports
from tit aat received by Young
& .Wei's gl'ng , market conditions,
are as (oHows; v New York, dull,
with, t J box sales; Minneapolis,
market 1 slightly weaker; Pitts
burg, iw demand and no box
pales; .:me at Chicago. Cincinnati,
tradiaf moderate; St. Ixtuis mar
ket strong for larger sizes; Den
ver, E3rltet overstocked and re
ceipts featoS diverted. Mrs. Gilbert
MacGKor owner of the Bonney
Brae orchards ; near ; Dallas, has
disposfi of her entire apple- crop
to thfc firm. She has about 10
acres of Spitz and Arkansas
Blacks. ' ' " ' -
Show Caminittee to Meet
Thfr will be a meeting of the
Chierrua show , committee Monday
night st which time plans for the
show HI be discussed and put in
shape to present at the - regular
meetixif of the Cberrians on the
folio :ag night.
Card d Thanks
. We wish to thank our friends
for tt ir beautiful floral offerings
and c uiy expressions of sympathy
in our bereavement in the passing
of oar beloved husband and broth
er, Jjeph George Schmidt. 111$
wife, brothers and sisters. o2
Won: a Is Injured ; i
Mr. Edward .Posnot of 501
South Twentyrsecond street, is re
cover ag from a broken arm and
a dL acatlon .of the wrist' which
she jT celyed .Tuesday, night when'
she.l pped on a board in one .of
theft ty, sidewalks, that has , not
yet J en replaced with; concrete.
Her !ijury is proving very pain
ful f iring to the combination of
the! icture and the dislocation.
Tlu 1 Almost Severed-k
Ei 'orts are -being made to save
the tlumb of ( James H. Gray; of
1601 Tile road,'-who caught his
hand in the -capping: machine at
the I .arr Fruit Products company
plat'. ' here Wednesday morning.
IV umb on 'his left hand was
air ; severed. '' '.
Gi Watches i
; f -.. priced at 1.19. 'Tyler's
dr store, 157 S. Com'l. "' l o4
Nc Cannery Planned i
I .th interrupted, plans for a
ne- cooperative canning project
in ilem, an-enterprise In which
the late George F, Rodgers, Jpresi-
de: : of the First National bank.
was deeply interested, it has be
cor $ known. Just how far the
pla i for the movement had pro
gr; sed Is not known, but those
inclose touch declare that not
oc A was Mr. Rodgers deeply in
ter s ted but that he was ready to
sir port any feasible project thai
m: ht be advanced. , A meeting
Wi to have been held Monday
wi ll several local men, but efforts
wfl be made to rehabilitate the
p: lect even though : the paTtteu-
la-t which were to have been dis-
ct .ed were held chiefly by Mr.
Miss Beatrice Sheltenf .
Teacher of Piano !
I!gh school credits granted.
1 udlo, 345 Marlon. Phone
5299; Derby building," 365.
' 4i Dwwa . -r '
a. M. XAckwMft
S4T K. Com. Bt.
, - For -. A " j . t
31 KOimi COM3IERCIAIj
' Tailored Salts (25 to $43
: Hen's and Young Men'a
-i TAILOH -
1th or Trithcat driVerS,
!: - .- Otflos at etas Termiaal
J . t
: -to 3 p; ts,
saj iv:wr,' r
Rodgers. ,y A cooperative canning
project .-has -been one of Mr.
Rodgers hobbles for a number of
year s and consistent with his gen
eral view of developing the Com
Boy Scoots Reporting
Applications for membership In
the i Boy Scouts of America are
being received by Dr. tienry E.
Morris from a large number of
Salem boys. Dr. Morris Is anxious
to hear from all ..boys who wish
to join the organization by Octo
ber 8, for. this Is the date of the
next meeting of the Four-County
Boy Scout council here. At .the
last meeting, held in' July, there
was considerable agitation In fa
vor of 'disbanding the council hut
this Is fast being overcome and
it Is expected that the council
will be continued. The matter of
the i election of a new scout exe
cutive to have charge of this work
will be taken up Wednesday night
and a plan, which is1 believed will
prove satisfactory to all concerned
has been worked out and will al
so be presented at this meeting.
Clean, modern house, sear
BChool and college. . Immediate
possession. 1-6 acre ground. Phone
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Xcw Essay Contest- !
Students in local high schools
will be given an opportunity to
participate, in the national essay
writing contest on proper lighting
of the home. Preliminary plans
are being . worked out by George
r.. Hug. superintendent of schools
and V.7&L. Hamilton, manager of
ttfe orland Electric Power com
pany'.. .' , ,'jAbout $300 in cash and
merchandise will, he offered local
ly, while the 10 best essays will
be entered in the national and
International contest. The essays
must not exceed 600 words and
be submitted by December 1.
Here for Convention
Among the out of town people
here for the (Congregational
church state convention who are
making the Marion hotel their
headquarters are Rev. and Mrs.
Carl Stackman, Denver H. A.
Swartz, Berkeley; Mr. and Mrs.
C. It. Harrison, and Mrs. H. S. Gil
bert, of Portland, and E. It. Mc
Dougal and L. A. Adams of Ore
gon City."- - , ,
Bay Your Heaters N0W-7-
H. I. Stiff Furniture Co. o2tf
Prynea Are Skipped
.Upon telegraphic advices from
Chicago. the Drager Fruit company
yesterday started a straight car
load of 40s tor the east.. Accord
ing ! to word received here the
Rosenberg interests- are In Rose-i
burg tat buy the 1924 crop prunes
and wjll, later move on to Eugene
and, -Salem. :
Card of Thanks - i -
Wi sincerely , desire to thank
onrjmany- friends, for their beau
tiful floral offerings and their
assistance rendered i during the
bereavement and loss , -of our
daughter, wife and sister. Mr.
and Mrs. I. C. Dennison, Mr. Geo.
E. Brown, Mr. Herbert Dennison.
Berry Picking Stopped ,
Rain has put a stop to practi
cally all blackberry picking and It
is. almost : Impossible to get. any
canned products due to a tighten
ing of the market, according to
Robert C. .Paulna. - Nearly all the
. j , v. died 1 .; .
SPENDLOVE In this city, Sept.
30th, Mrs. Sarah F. Spendlove,
age 84 years. Funeral services
will be held from, the Rigdon
Mortuary Thursday, Oct. ,2 at 3
p. ;m.. Interment I. O. O F. cem
ROBBTNS In this city, Oct. 1st
William B. Bobbins, age 41
years,' a former resident of
Clackamas county. The remains
are being forwarded from the
Rigdon mortuary to Oregon
City for funeral services and In
DAVIS In this city, Saturday,
Sept. 27, Mrs. Anna Davis, age
31 years, wife of Lee F. Davis,
mother of Ward Davis, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stark
of Salem, sister of Mrs. Henry
: Crawford of Bismarck, N. D.,
Mrs. Lloyd Hauser and Walter
Stark of this city. Funeral serv
ices will be held Thursday at
10:30 a. m., from the Rigdon
mortuary. Interment in the
City View cemetery.
BINEGAR-r-Ai the , home, seven
miles' east, Silverton toad, Ben
jamin C. Blnegarage 72 years,
'- survived by wife and e'gbt Chil
dren, Mrs.' Nellie Werner, Mrs,
. Ethel Lovre, Mrs. Hattle Rams-
. den,' Mrs. Fannie Gesner,' Ar-
thur, Otis, Raymond and- Walt
er Binegar; also by one brother
v . and .one eister In the east.
Funeral services will ' be held
. ' Thursday at 1:30 p. m. from the
Rigdon mortuary Interment In
City View cemetery.
RIGDON .'. SON'S
' ' &e?nal6d txriiam
nackers have advanced their erlee
on canned apples to $4.60 .a case,
. ' . i -. . : . .w mill
wane mere - are , praciicaux o
canned prune's of thlaye&r'i p'&elt,
the whole' spot list is disaV
ranged r and . Jt Is hard to , get
straight cars. Xromany oneva4
ner, he said. The loganberry spot
stocks are also reported to be
diminishing.-; . .
McDowell Club Meets
The first fall meeting of the
McDowell club will be held at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms Fri
Extra Good Pocket Knives
v At $1.39 this week only. Ty
ler's drug store, 157 S. Coml. o4
Justice Court ..
t After a rather strenuous week,
the justice court got back to nor
mal yesterday and there was little
to disturb the routine business of
the court, ,No ; criminal actions
were filed Wednesday.
Anxllla'ry to Meet ,
At the Chamber of . Commerce
rooms tonight the American legion
auxiliary will bold ' its regular
meeting. The first meeting ot the
fait and winter for Capitol post
No. 9, American legion, will bo
held" in McCornack hall Monday
night. ; ' , ;
'The H.L'. Stiff .Furniture com
pany have secured the .services ot
an' expert furniture packer.' If
you ' have furniture to pack tele
phone 941 and it will be properly
packed ready for shipment. 02
Realtors Discuss Zoning'
Further discussion' of the zon
ing problem Is slated to occupy
the attention of the Marlon-Polk
County Realty' 'association at its
regular meeting at : the Marion
hotel today noon.' There -will be
ho outside speaker at the lunch
eon. " it
Dock Hunting Good
Reports from those who were
out' the first day of duck hunting
are to the effect that there is a
fairly good supply;: of fowl this
year. One party", hunting on a
private lake reserve about 12
miles south bf : Salem, returned
with' plenty Of evidence to back
ujf their word. ' ' :
H. L.' Stiff Furniture Co.
Have a wonderful line of heat
ers on display, !. j o2tf
Former Resident! Is Dead ,
Margaret L. Coffey, who died
at St. Louis, Mo., September '29,
was born In : Salem and received
her education here at the Sacred
Heart academy. She was at one
time employed, at the county
clerk's . .office. L Her brother-in-law,
the late William II. Egjah,
was county clerk at the time, f Be
was the aunt of : Albert and Homer
Egan of Gervals, and a sister; f
John B. Coffey of Portland,' and
Mrs, . Mary A. i Porter,; also 6f
Portland. She has a -great numT
ber of friends here who regTet to
hear the news of her death. s t
Births Are Reported
' Two birth reports were received
at the office of - the city health
officer Wednesday i These were
of Edward Lewis, to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward U Stiff, of j 25 Nortb
Twentieth, at the Salem hospital
on September 29. The father is a
clerk in a furniture store. Ina
Lorain Is the name of a baby girl
born to Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Witte, who Ilveii six miles east of
Salem, on September 20. Mr.
Witte is a carpenter.
Buoaway Indians Returned '
After spending the night in the
city-jail, Hawley Catfish and Otto
snoemaker. were returned - to the
Salem Indian school at Chemawa
yesterday; , The' boys, who were
runaways ' from the Institution.
were picked up Tuesday night by
Wildcat Is Mascot
In the future when the Willam
ette university Bearcats stare asv
particular event such as a rally, pr
athletic contest, a young wildcat
will he exhibited am mnwiif Th
wildcat . was purchased from ' a
tourist a few weeks ago bv E. B.
Flake, local pet animal dealer. The
animal Is not vicious, but its na
tural attitude prevents close, ac
quaintanceship. ! Between Its pub
lic appearances the wildcat will be
boarded at Flake's Petland. north
of Salem. 'I
Alarm Clocks . . ; '
On sale at 99c this week only
Tyler's drug store, 157 S. Com'l.
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Case Is Argued
. The long-standing case of The
Phea company against the Salem
Fruit union was argued yesterday
before the state supreme court. :
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Her-From Oklahoma , :
' L. L. Lee, a merchant of Pond
creek. Okla., vjsited In Salem yes
terday with W.: A. Delzell, secret
taxy of the state board of control.
Mr. Lee was on his way to Pascp,
Wash. . . .
Caddies Have Aroma i .
While caddying at the Illlhse
Country club golf course a few
days ago several of the boys die
covered one of ; the pretty striped
'kitties' that have as their natural
protection an odor with which ther
indiscriminately spray the air.
Some of this: contaminated the
clothing of . the boys, who wee
forced tD Walk .back td Salemi
Several motorists stopped to offer
a .; lift , to .the i weary plodding
youths, but upon second thought,
or sipiell, changed their '.mind.
Knowing of the circumstances, G.
P. Sbarkey, professional at the
club, took pity upon the lads, and
stopped to offer them a ride. He
refused to allow them inside his
machine and the lads were forced
to,stagd on the - running board.
This permitted the wind to cir
culate freely through. their clothes
and their condition was greatly
improved by the time the city
limits were reached.
Portable Study Lamps-.
Just the lamp for students. Spe
cially, priced at. Halek'a Electric
Shop,- 337 Court. . o3
Irish Preacher to. Preach
It will be of Interest to a host
ot people la Salem to know that
the Rev. J. R. Clinton, a Wesleyan
Methodist preacher of' the Irish
Conference, in this country on a
lecturing tour will be at the Jason
Lee Memorial M. E. church, corner
North Winter and Jefferson streets
on Thursday evening, 7:80. The
original plan was that i he should
have spoken here on Tuesday eve
ning but jtlans miscarried. Dr.
Clinton is known throughout the
British , Isles . as a speaker and
sipger of note, and has been in
great: demand. He will speak on
Thursday night on his experiences
asa preacher in the Irish public
markets. He brings with htm all
the wit and humor, of the Irishman
and a delightful as well as profit
able evening Is assured to all. Mrs.
Clinton is accompanying her bus
band and shares honors with, him
In. the musical items they render.
The meeting is open to thepublic
and is free of charge but a silver
offering will be taken - to defray
Trade in Your Old Heater j -
,. On a new one at Stiff's! o2tf
May Ask Rehearing ' ' ,
The' Standard. Luniber company,
which recently lost its appeal to
the supreme court in the effort to
block operation of the state In
come tax act, has been given un
til. October 13 to file a petition
for rehearing. ,
So'ino Particular Couple . i
' More Into this brand new strict
ly modern 4-room borne, . furnace,
fireplace,, full cement basement,
hardwood floors, 1 dutch kitchen ;
paving and walks. On trim small
lot with fruit. See at 1654 South
High. Immediate possession. For
sale like rent. Becke & Hendricks';
U. S. Bk. Bldg. t i o2tf
Handball Dinner Tonight
.Players who have ?ieen partici
pating in the handball games and
toarnaments at the YMCA will
hold ' their annual dinner at the
Spa"tonlgnt." Lawrence T. Hari
ris, of "Engene former "JiTstice of
the Oregon supreme court, will be
the guest of honor and deliver the
principal after-dinner speech. ;
Discontinue Station f-
The; public service commission
yesterday Issued an order granting
to "the Oregon-Washington Rail
road & Navigation company auth
ority to discontinue Its station at
Reith, Umatilla county, for the re
ceipt and delivery of less than car
load freight. , . !
School Blotters Free
John J. Rottle. ;
Is Official Photographer
J. O. Brown, well known Salem
ohotoeranher. has received -word
of . his selection . as the official
photographer for the Oregon state
normal school at Monmouth.
Students Come From Afar 1-
Three 'native boys are on 1 board
the cutter, Haida, of the United
States' coast guard, en route from
Kpdiak, ; Alaska,-to Seattle, with
jthe. '- Saleni!: Indian school as the
ultimate destination of the trio,
is one . which
I ! ... IT ,M T
our calculations. It is our belief
' that the modern f unml director
should be available every minute
of every hour in the twenty-four.
Accordingly, jone lias only to call
to secure the instant response of
this organization. Day and night
service is and always has-been, a
feature of our service.
"Superior Sttneml Service"
mm. mT j0m ,r a m
according to a press dispatch. ..The
b6ys were received at St. Paul
island; In the. Bering sea, and will
come r, overland from Seattle to
Kfp,Warm Nw '
iPay later at Stiff's.
Class Program Arranged-- "
1 1 Special music 4 has been ar
ranged for. the first ot the down
tqwnr meetings 'of. the John J.
Evans Bible class for' men. which
will be held at, the Bligh tbeatre
Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Miss Grace Fawk will be the
soloist ot the day, with Rev. John
J,' J:vans delivering the' principal
address.. O. 3. Hull will preside
as chairman. Prior-to the open
ing of the class services there will
be a short . concert by the band
from the .boys' training school In
front of the theatre. - : . ;
Division Leaders to M.eet
1 AU .division leaders and , cap
tains of. various teams In the
YMCA drive will meet for lunch
eon at the YMCA building today
noon to check up on the organiza
tion and receive final instructions.
The drive will be, launched Octo
ber 8 and end, October. 16. -The
goal is $200,000, to provide a
building and funds to malntin it
until the end of 192C.
Coming Campaign Outlined '
The basement of the Christian
church "waa filled Tuesday night
when members of the -cohgrega-tipn
gave a basket, supper. and a
get:together meeting, to outline
plans, for a coming campaign , that
is! of interest to all departments' of
the church. ; The . campaign ..will
be under the leadership of Frank
ParneH, etate evangelist, who was
present ahd who made the princi
pal address of the evening. .Short
talks ;.were given, by, members , of
the board : of direc,tqrs. of , the
.church. . .
i Suit has been brought I by , Ira
B. Carter to foreclose a mortgage
held on property owned by ' B." &
Branch. It is alleged that Branch
owes the sum of $3000.
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Small Investors 1
i Here's two houses 'for $3,000
and $500 will handle. They rent
readily, for $35 month. Figure
your; jreutrn.. Another brand new
leased for $40 month, ipr ice $4100
and $500 to handle. Several gilt
edge first mortgages Salem homes,
7; per cent. . Becke & Hendricks,
Ul.S. Bk. Bldg. a2tt
i The Oregon public service com
mission has prepared to intervene
in the grain, rate case of . Idaho
against the Oregon Short Line and
the Oregon-Washington Railroad
& Navigation company in which a
reduction In, the grain rates be
tween Idaho , and , Portland. . Is
sought. The state of Idaho has
asked W. P. Ellis, attorney for the
Oregon commission, to conduct the
case. . :; .;
IXook ! Dance ! iV
j Grand opening dance at Turner
Saturday, October 4. Jasper's Ver
satile band playing, o2
King's Company Involved
! A writ of : attachment was yes
terday' filed in circuit court
against all property of the King's
Oregon Pulp land Paper Co.
Sulphite, arid Manila Wrappings, also Butchers .Wrap
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Glassine,
Drug Bond, Tissue Screenings and Specialties.
does not enter into
Food Products company. The writ
was filed in behalf of Henry D.
Chambers and. Florence M." Cham
bers, to whom It is alleged the
company owes $1050. "A summons
was tiled simultaneously against
Divorce is AskeU .
A - complaint was filed In cir
cuit court yesterday in which Na
than Foster sued Jennie A.' Foster
for divorce, on the grounds of
desertion; The couple were mar
ried in Alberta, Canada, in 1915.
Sues for Commission.
A complaint was filed in circuit
court yesterday in which Julia
Parsons, a local real estate dealer.
asked for a 5 per cent commission
on- some' property sold in behalf
bf R. W. Helen.- The property Is
said to have sold for $2150.'
Homo of Universal
Ranges and stoves at Stiff's.
Rotarians Pay Tribute' ; :
With bowed heads while "Near
er My God. To Thee" was played
softly, .Rotarians paid final trib
ute to the late George F. Rodgers,
president of the First National
bank, at the Wednesday noon
luncheon. Mr. Rodgers was a
prominent and active' member ot
the organization. W. M. Hamil
ton gave a complete report on the
meeting of Rotary officials at Ho
quiam, Wash. . All sessions were
well attended, he. said. Included
In the -message and suggestions
learned at the meeting was that
Rotary was an organization of bus
inesses and prof essions a,nd not of
individuals. Other matters of in
terest to the organization ; : and
members were discussed. Two new
members were presented with the
code of ethics by Rev. J. J. Evans,
chairman of the educational com
mittee. These were Dan Fry and
H. L; Moore, For; the first time
In weeks the drib was without any
outside visitors or guests. A list
is being compiled, of those who
will be able to attend the big inter-city
meeting at Vancouver,
Another Crowd at Show
For the second night two large
crowds a tended the showing of
the United States signal corps pic
tures, at the Grand theater last
niaht.- Standing room was at a
premium during 'the first", show.
The - nrologue. . "Somewhere in
France,' featuring some clever
dancing and singing by a male
auartette. was well received and
scored janother ht. MThe , show,
"Over the Top," was brought to
Salem under the auspices of Sa
lem Chapter No. 8, Disabled Am
erican Veterans of the World war.
One Fined; OnFjeed ' -
in, the nollce court Wednesday,
Ralph Mace, of 1363 Saginaw; was
fined $5 for speeding. . Charges
of riding a bicycle after dark with
out a light were dismissed against
Antonia Delfinado, of 575 Mar
ion. The arrests were made by
Officer Wiles. .
Terlzella Arrested '
Guy Terizella was yesterday
lodged in jail by county authori
ties, the. charge against him be
ing attempt to commit felony. . He
is held for $10jD0 bail.
210 United States EankX:.'j.
In purchasing glasses meas
ure, your economy by the serv
ice received. : '
, The material in glasses ii
worth only so much per ounce.
Expert skill and knowledrs en
ployed are what make value.
The best of lenses are practically-
useless unless your til
ment has been diagnose J -1..:. 1
glasses prescribed accerdlss t j
your. need. ....
I fit. glasses correctly,,,; ,k .
My prices are .very . re "S su
able for the services and a la
. One-third of a century c f
practical experience is at your
service, I. guarantee satisfae
t.ion In every respect,
; I do not belong to any coin
bine which can dictate rricc-3 to
me. .- t '
Dr. M. P. litT.Zzizzl
Cleans thotCB-1 ! '
'without rutt: , i ?
, Oaar IT I C.
The thanks of ths ral--ates
of this schocl L: a
lot. .They appreciate' t!: 3
positions we place t. :vi r
in and they make cool
with hef ; err-rl?: :r -They
are' successful ar
so are we.' ;
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