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Sahbaritlon '' re is P. 'er Year
i'ayabde Iin Adiince.
ADVER'TISEII PilNTN COMPANY
Laurens. S. C.
MLLISON Llm1 Presidtt
AIRTH11R LEE Sec. nid Treas.
lvdertising lates on Applicntion.
Obituaries and Card of Thonks: One
cent a word.
Entered at the postotice at Laurens,
B. C., as second class mail matter.
LAU'RElNS, S. 4'., I)E'. :31. 14911.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local newvs of all the
comniunities in the county. Cor.
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
mailed later than Monday morn.
We ha%'z been informed that there
were over sevent; 'arrests in a nearby
dispensary town Ch, 1hIs ,v- -
there were any at all in Laurens, we
haven't heard of them, though, there
were probably several. Why the dif
As a result of the unsuccessful
farming year, there promises to be a
movement from the country to the
towns when the movement should be
the other way. The change from buy
Ing supplies In town to raising them
at home, which change promises to
take place in a large measure this
year, means that there will be less op
portunity in the towns for success
than there ever was. Thousands of
people in the towns and cities are al
ready out of employment.
The~ ~~ goe eii e
The government's estimate of this
year's cotton crop, based on acreage
and the past ginning reports, is $15
969,000 bales. In 1911, which was the
banner crop year, the production was
15,960,701 bales, being slightly less
than this year's estimated yield. With
the unfavorable weather of the past
: few weeks and the discouragement of
farmers consequent upon the low pric
es, many thousands of bales, probably
3nillions, are liable to be left in the
.eIds. Anyway, that which will be
Iticked from now on will be of inferior
'grade. It seems the actual production
0"Of high grade cotton is going to be con
' iderably less than ginning and esti
B-es would indicate.
perIA Wonderful Story of the New
WIhoscon Spirit" is contained In a
muol'e Greater Charleston 10dition of
dR.tSharleston i'venilig Post, pIIb
Deaf recently. The story of Charles
or growth in tumnuifactur ies, cx ports
ma11npor'ts withIn the past f'ew years~i
byI~rfulI inideedi and( t he dleve'lop -
Ths.v goinhg oni an 11ort,11rayedl in
come, fra.l editi onl certa in ly are aumg
am1oumilb thinigs for' th( o1(1 cIty in
(a '' e futulire. Tlhe growlth and1(
fr'om. d.m trale and infiluence of the
mi n4ief city is a mattecr of pride,
tltinal Se Charlestoians, lbut to all
D ellsl111 and tihe new spirit which
cos be taking hold( th ere nowa is
lowIng 'th plea sure in all sections1) of
come for , , ,
shoat 01' years ago The Advert iseri
days enthusiast ic over' the iues
from em split-log dIrag an ur I ged its
01' kI use by owniers of leamns alli
day c,,ounty. Reports were sent
'Pr ffei'ent paits of the countty
cen *e work beIng (lone by iindi
to s d these came in for a con
Bmo0r "mnount of publicity atnd
whose grog~9ght the mov'ement for
is $750 or less, the drag w'as reach
Whose gross .ip s andl felt v'ery
is mor e thain 9rt1 applar'ent awak
ditlonal $750 e oor nhs
num ... .j t u nhs
Blacksmith shio1p~ aslons. Our en
wh os, gross a\r slight jolt, how
$1000 or less,~ that claims were
Whose grosa c
more thanII $1 0f. v county foi' the
ditionaml $1000 c * oad (dragginig andl
numl ... .. d tot' at the usual
Foi' ch addition011es5 Aware of the
et'( Iin a i lar the commandl of
1)e1 aiinnu neco flch wor'k andl of
come, as lie ' r1asht arise out of
Boot ad Shi ale funds in this
whose anmnu yd.ilted some.
Whose gros, 'rmise to 1)0
more than $. 2of the slilt-log
tional $500 0 j~ o see volun
J~arherShops ag the r'oadls all
income is $5 er the continual
num ,.., .Weeks the roads
Whose gross o1n that unless
more than $5 ~ %hey begin to
tional $500 o
Barber Shop1) itin rather had
than one chal i t its limited
pay the foreg ter all of the
the first chal (w days, A
numa, in acco 1ions to drag
come as gradu the punty
B5~ili Posters, wh o
nual Income Is
'er annum ,.
Atlanta, Ga., I)ee. 21 .-"The worst
0! :he present depression Ia. passed."
NS ilobert F. M:Iddox, of,
1i~ce'G(eorgiaj commlilttee which will have
chat2: of the state's Alare of (lie Wzald
eo.cu pool of $I:"1,40 1.4101t. %It. Mad
(ox. whio Is vi('e presiden t of ' the
.\werican iNationali bank. has just re
t1urned froll a ti10 to Wash linIgtIol,
w\ hre le joined a con ferene' oil de
tils of1 the loan planti.
lr. Mladdox said $619,000,000 of the
f1".n1d had been received but it would
he the latter part of next week be
fore the hill aminouilt would be ready
"\e were disappointed to learn that
the coitimnhtee would lend only five
(ents on cotton iistead of six cents,
the original idea, said Mr. Maddox.
"Nvither did we understand that the
horrower would be expected to put up
tree per cent of the loan as a guar
aitee fund and to cover expenses.
1However, it must be remembered that
tiis one million dollars which is sub
scribed through the north and west is
to he loaned in the south and if cot
ton should decline below six cents
her pound the lending banks would
have no authority to call for addition
al margin; and In banking circles
twenty per cent. margin is not con
Mr. Maddox said the worst feeling
in New York was over and financiers
saw indications that things would be
ch btter soon.
Called For Troops.
Hartwell, Ga., Dec. 28.-Gov. Sia
ton tonight .was asked by Mayor
Thornton here to send trool)3 to Hart
well to protect negro prisoners In the
county jail from possible mob vio
Reports received here ladicated
that a mob was forming acrois the
State boundary in Oconea county,
South Carolina, to lynch a negro who
was placed in jail here after'a recent
stabbing affray with a white man In
Oconee county. The negro was bad
ly v'ounded in the fight and died t.
night, but this was not. known by the
Local authorities feared that if a
mob visited the jail and found the
negro dead vengeance would be taken
out on other negco prisoners. Race
feeling has been intense recently In
Oconee county as a result of crimos
said to have been committed by lie
Three negroes were shot and killed
a few days ago in a clash with white
residents near Fair Play and today the
bedy of Ernest Gray, another negro,
was found near here. A coroner's
jury returned a verdict that he had
been killed with' an axe. An inves
tigation of the killing is being made.
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* MT. OLIVE NEWS.
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M\t. Olive, D~ec. 28.-A wvedding of
muchi interest throughout this section
was solemnized Sunday afternoon at
the hoime of .\ir. and .\irs. J1olin A nderi
son wheni lhir d aughter .\' iss Luila
A\nderson became the biride of Mr. IEu
gene iloyee floland.
\\'hile Ithe wedidng march~l w~as being
r'iendeed by M hss LIllie M\art in, t he
brnidal parity entermed tihe 'ecept ion
r-oomi wic h was last eful Ily dleoirated
in ever'green s. Thlie parity w'as led hy
the br'idi'smaid, M\iss Saah 'oopei' andi
the grooimsmain, i'. (. C. ltohland, who
w"ere followed by the maid of' honor',
.\iss .\lllie A\nder'son anid thie best
man. .\ir. G. C. ('ooper. Next caime the
bide an d groom. They imet undiier' lie
am'ch of evergi'eeni by thme 11er. J1. 0.
.\%l:i :tin whIio pei'foi'med thbe cei'eimony.
A 1:1are iinimbet' of friends and1( rela
t ives were presen'ilt to witness'5 the cer'e
.\is. IHoland is the el dest daugh tel
of .\ir. and Mi's. .John1 Anderisonl amnd is
a young lady of irare accompilishments.
She Is highly esteemed by all who
Mr'. Roland is a prosplerous young
farmer and a young man of excollent
Thlese poputlar' younig people have
the best wishes of t'hemr many frIends.
Mr. G. C. Bloland of Gree'nwood.
eanme ovetr to attend the Anderson
floland wedding. Hie will shpend the
holidays wIth his p~arentsl, Mr. and
Mrs. F. fl. floland.
Mi-. anid Mi's. J1. W. WashIngton of
Helton are visIting relatives here.
The students who are sponding the
holidays wilth homofolks are: Mr.
Hurkeley Redden, Miss Nanlnie and
Mr:. Ilar'old Washingtoni of North
GreenvIlle Academy, and MIsses, Beritha
flolt antd Jessle Culbertson of Linwood
Pm-of. P. M. WVashington of Nor-th
Greeniville Academy is at home for the
Mr. CharlIe Guy, a student of Eirs
kine College, is spending a fow days
with hIs friend, Mr. Jim M. Culber-t
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mar'tin of neari
Ware Shoals spent Saturday nIght,
wilth Mr. Martin's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 3. A. (. Mart~in.
The Traveler's Conpanion
Mr. Arthur L.
.ieree, 261S Sher
Idan Ave., St.
Louis. No. "The
r'tative value of
1'eruna is truly
wonderful. I think
it especially val
unble as a speciflu
for Catarrh of the
system, and for a
man who has trav
eled for years as
1 have and who is
to irregular meals
dations, Peruna is
one of his best
and most needed
ions. It throws
off disease and
keeps him well. I
therefore heartily recommend it."
Those who object to liquid medi
cines can now arocuro. Peruna Tab.
Clerk of Court Power has been en
gaged at intervals for sevei'al days re
cording the bonds of the county ofi
cers who begin new years on January
5th. 'County Commissioner J. T. Todd
is the only newly elected officer, all
of the rest having served before.
Ginnings Fallng OfY.
According to tlIe report of the Cen
sus Department, 35,366 bales of cot
ton were ginned In this county prior
to December 13th. Up to the same
time last year 40,213 bales had been
ginned, showing a falling off this year
of nearly 5,000 bales.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Dayw
Tour druggist will refund money if PAzo
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
BIlad.bleedingor Protruding Pilesin6to l4days.
The first application gives case and Rest. SC.
APPEAL IN FRANK CASE.
Lamar Opens Way to Highest Tribu.
Washington, Dec. 28.-Justice La
mar of the United States supreme
court today granted an appeal from
the refusal of the federal district court
for northern Georgia to release on
habeas corpus proceedings Leo M.
Frank, under death sentence for the
murder of Mary Phagan at Atlanta.
Frank has been sentenced to be
hanged January 22, but Justice La
mar's action causes a stay of execu
tion. Thirty days are given for the
record of the proceedings in the lower
court to be filed in the supreme court
here. The State of Georgia then may
ask that the hearing of the case be
advanced. Such suggestions general
ly are granted.
As a result of Justice Lamar's ac
tion today the entire court now will
pass upon Frank's right to seek re
lease from custody on a writ of habeas
corpus on the ground that the trial
court in Fulton county, Georgia, lost
Jurisdiction over him by its failure to
have him present when the jury re
iunend its verdict.
Should thle supreme court decide
rank was not entitled to tihe benefit
of the habeas corpus w% rig the State
of Georgia would noe lon ger lbe barred
from carrying out thh death .wunoe.
if thle cout d tecides lie was entitled
to, ask for tihe writ, the ease lprobablly
t rict court for the taking of evidence
ou the writ, andI in opposition there
Should thle sutpr1eme cout eve WI)nal
Ily did ie Itat Franuk muiist lhe released,
it was said, a futer question wonuld
atlise as to the p)owert of the State to
indi et andl tr'y himn a secondl time. Auit
thotrities are said to (11ffer' as to verhethI
er thle first trial would be regardedl as
havilng iplaced F'rank in "jeopa rdy.'"
('ilation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,..... .... ..
County of Laurons.
fly 0. 0. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas, S. 0. Babb h~s made suit
to me, to grant him Letters of Admin
istration of the F~tate and effects of
These are therefore, to cite and ad
moniish all and singutlar the kindred
anid creditors of said Abner Blabb, (10
censed, that they be and appear before
mne, in the Court of Probate, to lbe
held at Laurens Court House, Laurens
S. C. on the 1st day of January, 1915,
next, after publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in tho forenoon, to show
cause, if any. they have, why the Maid
Administration should not b)0 grdnit
Given under my hand this 18th day
of Dee. Anno Donini 1914.
0. 0. THOMPSON,
22-2t Probate Judge.
LIGIITENS YOURI BU1&DEN.
An inactive liver will put a load on
you that is enough to, staggor stronger
men and women than yeu.
Relieved of the impurities that clog
Its natural functions this same liver
will double your efmicency in business,
in good nature and in your good feel
Calomel used to do but not now. Sci
once has found a better way in 01RI08.
BY'S LIV-VER-LAX. Sold In 50e and
$1.00 bottles utnder guarantee by lau
rens Drtig Co. and every bottle bears
the likeness of L. K. Origsby as B pro
tection to you,
Fu'trnislied liooms-Two furnished
r*oms,. to rent. On South Ilarpor St.,
convenient to the "stuare". Write or
apply to 028 South I larper street, Lau
relis, S. C. : 22-2t
For Siale-One bay horse mule, 10
years old, weighing rbout 900 pounds.
Want $125.00 for him. See him at Lin
wood Martin's Stable. T. M. Shaw,
Laurens, S. C. 18-5t
Salesmen Wanted to look after our
interest in Laureis and adjacent coun
ties. Salary or Commission. Address
The Victor Oil Co., Cleveland, 0.
Notice-All persons are hereby for
bidden to hunt, or in ally manner tros
pass,; on our lands. P. Conway Martin,
It. Ii. Fleming. 23-1t-pd
For Sale-One "S" style Knight Saw
mill, complete, cable drive, 60 ft.
track, 20 ft. carriage, 44 in. piston
blade. Cost $325 in August. Will
sacrifice for $200 cash. A. D. Putnam,
Barksdale, S. C.
Strayed or Stilen-One black and
white spotted Setter dog. Answers to
name. Van. Dr. Nottingham written
on collar. Reward if returned to F.
II. Caine, Laurens, S. C. 23-it
ECONOMY WILL BE
(Continued from Page One.)
interest on the bonded indebtedness
only by refusing to pay numerous
other claims against the state, so
slowly is tax money being received,
it was understood.
Preparatory to a fight within the
legislature for a referendum vote
next Septemnber,, leaders of the prohi
bition party in this state have new pe
titions for such an election in .circula
tion in every voting precinct of the
state, according to their assertions.
It is planned tV subimt these petitions
to the general assembly.
Called by Judge Joseph A. McCul
lough, of Greenville, South Carolina
member of the National Child Labor
committee, of New York, leaders in
this state in the movement for the
passage of ipore stringent child labor
laws met in conference here, mapped
out their campaign and formulated in
outline their suggestiozi to the legis
Superintendent of Eductiiwon Swear
ingen prepared for submis. on to -the
legislature a bill provydin compul
sory education that is thou1 t by
leaders of that faction to meN( t'e
approval of the new administraion.
In some sources, it is said that the
fight for this bill has been won and
that its passage Is reasonably cer
In line with the campaign promis
es of Manning, state officials incorpo
rated, in the annual reports and re
commendations, suggestions for vari
ous reforms, and for the passage of
what they regarded as co'nstructive
legislation affectin'g their depart
inents. Leaders in business and po
litical circles, of the Blease and of
the Manning factions, freely state
th-eir expectations of a general over
turnuing of the conditions that were
estaiblished dluring the past four years
mu.der the governorshi p of Governo3r
(Continued from Page One.)
domn of thle seas to neutral comn
mterce, and the hiope is expjressed that
even thbough a bell Igerenit herself, she
v;1 ill ize thQ le ser1iousness9 to tihe
nieutrals~01 oif cot inued initerferenee.
lteerlvintg uiil somei othier (dat e thie
dliscuiiSon of' those articles wh~ich
Great. iritain has taken from the geni
i'rally accepted lists of nion-conitra
handc and~ placed on the list of abso
lutei and( conilloinal cont rah~and, tile
Anmeriean gover~inment declares that
the British fleets have been regard
lng abs)olute anid cond(itional contra
hiandl as in the samne clasa, whereas
international law defines absolute con
trab~andl as consisting of thoso artI
eles Intended dlirectly for the use of
an army or navy, andl conditional
contraband those articles susceptible
of use by armed forces, b~ut whose
dlestination must be the determining
factor .in detentions,
The American note, mentioning
here that foodstuffs are conditional
contraband, since they nmay be des
tined for the use of a civil popui
lation as well en an army, says the
United States is In entire agreement
with the doctrine expressed by Lord
Salisbury, British foreign secretary,
in his correspondence with the Wash
ington government concerning the
shiipment of foodstuffs to the Trans
vaal (luring the floor war in South
Africa. Lord Salisbury wrote then:
"FioodstuffA, with a hostile destina
tion, can be conaldercd contraband
of war only if they are supplies for
the enemy's forces. It is not suml
cient that they are capable of being
so tused; it must be showsu that this
was in fact their destination at the
time of seizure."
Invtgotating to the Pate and Sickly
'The 01d Btandurd e~r tm bening toule
OROJ('8 TA6h1Sbill OIC, drive. oi
tew. A truc tonic. Foreditena .nehi.
* CAV YS IsTMAS
WE DO NOT LE T OUR S TOCK OF BEA UTIFUL GIF TS SINK
WITH THE SUN OF CHRISTMAS E VE.
SWE YE T HA VE A SPLENDID LINE OF GIFT.$ FOR THOSE
,WHOM YOU "OVERLOOKED'? AND ALSO FOR THOSE WHO
*0 UNEXPECTEDLY SENT !A PRESENT -TO YOU.
0 -O7MEI BUY PRESENTS FOR YOUR FRIENDS--THA T
0. NEW YEAR'S GLAD BELLS MAY RING HAPPINESS INTO
THEIR HEARTS AND INTO YOURS.
Laurens, S. C.
Big Business college,
of Columbia, Makes
Sp e c.ial Announce
ment to Patrons
Largest-and best known institut ion of
kind in State, makes most liberal offer to
young people for 1915.
In keeping with thle spirit of times, remain at home, and the College will
the management of Draughon's teach him by miail for 3, 4 or 5
Practical Business College of Colum- months or - longer (as long as the
bia, S. C. (one of the chain of big suetdsrsatrwihtesi
Draughon Colleges located through-stdngoso luiaeerte
out thle Southern and Western States), dpriet ftl olg n oi
announces four (4) money saving Wtsteclretoogl ne
plans for 1915, to young men and tedrc uevso n udneo
young women planning to enter Col-exrind ntuos. U erts
lege in January. patl coasisaego
While the majority of smtall busl-ri- srcinbt Y 1I n i
niess colleges are no longer able to CL,4Gi n fe tdigb
acep cotna e etAe on
in aymnt for tuiiontheB0
shoars OUs whOlE Ri tLOKDa NDASryRTOS H
UNaEXthETbEraLY termT AdREENT-OYU
diin5 vt rOEfeec BUY PRESNer OORFIND-TA
meCotnPn-t to Patrons ac
frsLarst andte cent persiutono
pound win beae forakOes mot500-lfert
young baleowlle for 1$ 91com
pietkeschlarshwpth the si'tof tiesrepnaingadth oleewl
and anaigerment of Draughnsta- hm b mi o ,4o
Practicalegesinesscomllege ofCholum- mnh rlne a og a h
wringSC oepartm e Tocho bigestuetdsrsatrwihtesi
DrauhonCollgeslocted hrogh-student goes to Columbia, enters the
outtheSouher ad Wsten Sate),departments of the college and comn
annonces fou (4)mony saingpletes the course thoroughly under
plan for1915 to oungmaiiandthe dlirect supervision and guidance of
youn woen pannng o ener ol-experienced instructors. Under this
logein Jnuar. plan, the Scholarships are good
Whil th maoriy ofsmal bsi-for instruction both BY MfAIL~ and at
hes cologs ae n logeral~e ~ COILEIGIC, an~d after Atudying b~y
accl~tcoton t en ent pe pondmaiil as long as de~sired the student
in pymelt 'fr titio theBigenters the institution to complete the
i~ragho Coleg ofColmbi Isc~-work on the same scholarship, with
tiningtooffr histe cetscotonout any additional charge whatem..
idan an alo anoucestha noesFull information1 and testimonial let
payale ne yar or onge) foniter.S from those wh'lo have actually
(lae, il l~ aC~ltedinpayen fo use d this plani will be mailed upon
scholrshis, wile his eml~ ra' equest. WVhite for them.
i~nro~lof ~iilllss eprssin cn- The1 above plan (No. 4I) w'll espe.
tilne. i fctths isttutonis -cially appleal Kto many young mnen
tc~lli t i5 alrolsthi'igou teandl young w on throughout the
Stae te llot iiJ'i'I erm ad cn-State (luring th&, pin g year, becaulse
ditbusW~ l efeenc tomnner f maniy can affor. to purichase a $..
makingtiiitiui payents.schiolarshipi, for fishi or with cot toin
Follwin uie te fl P(I)~da~ ~ (at ten centIs), but do noet feel able or'
elirol~lleit ofered:willinug, undiuer the condiitions .ll -n,v
existing, to undertake thle muon thlly
I. (othn Pliu-Cotozi illbe o ar21md and living expenses which at
Cepel (trctmuidI lg)ii ii3li~i ttend a ,college cerltainly:3 makes
for50i0111Sii P iiiu te eitsPe necessary. While progress is nlot so
lionulwil 10 lloed orit. Oe ~O-rapid in taking lesson5 by mail, thle
P01111 ble viIi ay orii aOColl-saving ini boardl and living (Xepenses
plee sllomi'shii n te ookeepngmeans a great deal. After rakinig tihe
andilakimg dparmen ofI~maugi-Homle Study lessons, a student s!ould
on' Coleg ora clliilee sholr-be able to go to College, comnlmlee the
8111) i th Shrthnmiand'I'pe-work thoroughly in six to ('ighit weeks
writmigdepatmet. To sch blesandl accept a position. Inadividual het
will1)0acccitcd fr a ombnedtoe from those who have used tis
Schoarshp ofboth ilookeepngplan during the past year i5 tihe best
Shorhandand uxiiarystudes. proof that you can use it too. Write
2. Cash Plan-WVhere the student for full details.
enrolling pays cash for scholarship, a After the European war has closed
"War Iiiscount" of $10.00 will be and businessi conditions have ad
allowed and RaIlroad fare of the justed themselves and become normal
student to Columbia will be paid by again, tils entire country will ex
the College. This Is equtal in every perience tihe greatest and most pro
way, from an economical standpoint, longed period of prosperity and buai
to the cotton plan offered above, and ness expansion anid development that
will only remain in force for such a it has over known within its history,
limited time as in the opinion of the and op~portulnities of rapid promotion'
College management present existing and advancement in busineasu, for
conditions may justify, those young people who have thle
8. Note Plan-If the student wishes necessary traIning and are prepar'ed,
to give a note, payable a year (or will be more pilentiful than have ever
longer) from date, for the fuui price been tihe case before. The far-sighitedl
of tile scholarship, allowing a~ cdent young man is already realising ti'.1
time for the student to conpmpte the and Is making plans, if he has not
course, agcept a position and ee rn the already made them, to secji'e a
money with which to pay the note bo- thorough and practical business tr'aini
fore it falls due, the regular catalogue ing: so as to be ready for the oppor'
pirico is charged for each scholarship, tunities which every big banker andl
which is a few dollars higher than business man will tell you are sure to
the cash price. Where 30, 60 or 90 be so plentiful.,
(lay notes are given, no difference In Parents who are 'now planiig to
price is chlarged. Many students en-- place son or datughlter in Business
ter' Dratughon s College .each year'tin- College, or 31oilng men who look ior
dler this note plan, and complete their ward to preparing themselves for' suc
course, accept positions and earn thie cessful business careers, dtnd wIsh to
money to pay their notes before they economize as muchel as )psible, shouldl
fall due. If yotu are interested in this write for full information concer'ning
plan, write .for special note plan one of the above plans. Money saved
blank which" gives full informatlin. is money made, and Draughon train
4. By Mail Plan--Any young man ing (endorsed by Bankers and Buit
or young woman can purchase a ness men everywhere) and the
Draughon Scholarship for the Book- Dratughon Business College (the
keeping and Blanking, 91' for -the, largest business educational training
Shorthand and Typewriting course, nstitution i nthe State) need no in-.
and pay for this scholarship with~ cot- t oduetion to the public, the suparl
ton (on a basis of ten cgent4 por o y of the courses of study and the
pound), with,cash, ort, ith adi ~ ~~A~ er facilities for securing poal
proved note. Tho s i~n'~ fr students being well konwn, /