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jtfVlLwxjNt cAT'iTAii dOiy'JtfiJHAli, FUEDAT, DECEMBER 15,-ld&S.
To be Sold at Cost or Less
BEFORE THE 1ST OF JUNE.
Our lease of store room expires Jnne 1st, and we want to
close our entire stock by that time. Remember our stock is
all new and desirable. Dresa Goods, -Laces, Lace Curtains,
Embroideries, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Umbrellas,
Muslin, and Wool Underwear, Fans,' Corsets, Table Linen,
Napkins, Towels', Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Shoes, &c.
P. P.r-Jafckels Regardless of (. 03k .Everything must go by June 1st.
The Palace D. G. & S. Co.,
December lit Ji, 1803.
Christmas -:- Rockers
KELLBli & MOWS.
A carload of cflflerent styles Just re
ceived. Local, Dates.
Dec. 18. flunking Bee'at First Con
Dec. 22. The Inventors. Benefit
for the MtGee Babies by Amateur Ar
Dec. 22, 23.. Prof. Chapman lectures
on English literature, Y. M. 0. A;hall.
Jan. 1. Y. M. 0. A. reception.
Jan. 20. Sy Perkins comedy.
Had a Watou. Dfputy Sheriff
Conners, of Yamhill county, came to
Salem last night for a man who was
put In-Jall early Wednesday morning
on a telegram from the sheriff of that
county. He was arrested on suspicion
of being a man wanted at McMinnville
for robbery of a jewelry store on the
night of November 30th. Conners was
satisfied the man had ono of the num
ber of watches that bad disappeared at
that time. He passes as John Dee and
and would give no name or clue to his
identity. He was an ordinary tramp
in appearance but very shrewd in his
Roles Suspended. In ordinary
times tho Southern Puciflo does uot
carry passengers on lis freight trains,
butjustat present It is doing a heavy
business in this line. Yesterday morn
lug the south bound freight punning
through Salem had 150 excursionists
from Portland. This morning another
select party of ISO passed south iu two
cattle cars. These gentlemen all get
free transportation, and stem to enjoy
tho best wishes of every community
which they leave.
PrtOMFio Douglas. Three prison
ers for the pen and a candidate for the
reform school were brought up from
Douglas county this morning. Robert
VVlngate is in for larceny from u dwell'
log, ono yearjOtuel Kengou, plain lure
eny, ono year; O. Judy,- murder In the
second degree, for life. Young Lenherr
was brought to tho reform school for
Make your friend a present of a good
mackintosh for Christmas. It Is some
thing that will be useful to them. You
can find a good assortment at extreme
ly low prices at the New York Racket.
Have Both. J, A. Vau Eaton, the
people's grocer, has tho best geueral
stock of groceries over Iu the city, and
as to prices, his patrons say others are
not it with this house for good values.
Run Oveu. If you see a young man
coming full speed don't be afraid you
Will be run over, for it Is a Lookwood
messenger flying to his destination
with a messago.
A CoMrLiMKNT. A ludy was heard
to remark yesterday: "Tho Palace
must really bo selling at cost, for I never
saw such low prlcoa in Salem before"
Smokino JacUets and Dressing
Gorts At Brasfleld'a at cost. See
display In our window. t
Hanglnglamps tho largest Importa
tlon ever brought to Salem, now at the
P. S. DEARBORN'S
Red mountains of Alaska by W. D,
Knockabout Olub in the Woods.
My Days aud Nights on tho Battle
JPtotdfl, by Chiw, Carleton Collin.
Tferee Vatwar Girls iu South America,
Chatterbox tor 1893.
Little Ones' Annual.
Dyof Cbivalry. -"
The If ureery,
JSuMfcjr Book. . . . ;.' '
MtewuM New Book
Deputy Sheriff Blount, of Portland,
was In the city today.
State Supt. McElroy la home from
E. Mills, of Black Dog landing, is in
Ed. Herren, of Herren & Levy, hop
factors, is at Albany.
Postmaster Gilbert Is at San Francis
co. Hon. W. H. ilyars, of Portland, wub
in the city today.
Frank Davey was in the city today
on A. O. U. W. business, and went
down to Gervais this afternoon.
Maurice Goodman, tho Gervais mer
chant was in the city today.
The Populist paper of this city does
not like foreigners, although It Is prob
ubly as glad to get tlielr money as any
one's else. It said last night: .
There are two foreigners in the news
paper uuslness in tnvs city, uue is Air.
Hofer, of Til a Journal, who Is. a na
tive of that portion of Germany wher
they live on limhurger, sauerKraut and
fresh milk puddiug.
Shall wo have snow this winter?
Muny think they feel It In their bones
that snow Is coming. Tramps helped
themselves to several pairs of shoes at an
Aurora store Prof.Yerex lectures to
night at the Y.M. C. A. hall Thurs
duy a 17-year-old son of Alx. La Fol-
lett, who lives north of this city was
accidentally shot on the Nortbup place
by Joe Udell, an employe on the
Northup pluce, who was standing by.
Udell removed the shells from the bar
rels of the gun and put in two others,
loaded with larger sized shbt, Intend
ing to shoot some ducks which were In
a neighboring pond. As he closed the
gun the plunger struck the cartridge
iu the left barrel exploding it, and the
charge took eftect in LaFollett's right
'leg just below tho knee. Drs. Morse
and Stafford, of Salem, left for tho
scene of the accident. They found that
the charge hud struck La Follett on
the right side of the right leg about
three inches below the knee barely
missing the boned but lacerating the
muscles badly. Ether was adminis
tered, fragments of tbo llesh clipped off,
pieces of boot and oloth and a cotlple of
shot removed, nud when tho doctors
had dressed tho wound the patient was
resting very comfortably, Uucle
Billy Wright has returned from his
campaign of education at Albany,
Corvallls, and Eugene. R. L. Swartz
went to Portland this afternoon.
Miss Claudia Gilbert went to Portland
this afternoon to meet her mother, Mrs.
A. T, Gilbert, who returns from Mos
Sad News Word is received from
U. J. D.imou at Pasadoua, Cal that
Mrs. Damon, for whose health the
family went South, Is gradually failing.
She Is uflllcted with Jung trouble, and
the sad news of her passing over Is
The Ladles Bazaar Is hi'vlng a heavy
run at the underwear sale. Ladles nud
misses under weur at 831 lor cout. dis
count till, through. Don't miss this
Monoqoman -Japanese china waro
atari huniliiHlH of Jap. nnvelltlesjiiat In
at Dmon Bros; IMuo Front.
Do You? If you eat pearl barley,
run", ii men ur prun UMHOGCA lie sure tO
get it fresh at Clark & Epp'ey's.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Geo. W. Dlmlck to Geo. W. Davla. I to
J. R. ,DavIs nnd H. J. Singleton, 500 M
.--. . 1.. ,1 rfrtA rnt li
nuioa mill, r-.v,uuu.
B. Tlnglestad to G. F, Hangor, 14.21
to J, R. Jordan, o
Rev. Jo. Feseler to Jas,
Hosier, SO 40
Rev. Jan. Fessler to Win. Bell, 38 75
aorea In t 8 e, r 1. w, $2325,
1 I" ' "
For the best prices and quality go to
Ktronga for your Christmas candles aud
nils, Westacutt & Irwin.
II vlland ChItm--o!eKant designs
new for the holidays at the Blue
STRUGGLING WITH TAXES.
Citizens ef Marion Before
COUNT? OFFICIALS, BANKERS, TAXPAYERS
Demanding Reductions ia Valua
tions of Property.
Thq problem of tax reform was grap
pled with by a score or more of promt
nent citizens and officials before the
state board of equalization today at the
The're were present: A. Bush, John
Minto, W. Breyman, Dr. Golden, E.
M. Crolsan, Jas. Walton; County Clerk
Egan,Judge Hubbard ,J oh uG. Weight,
R. P. Boia, 8r., J. B. Stump, John
Hughes, Fabriiin Smith, J. P. Robert
son, M. L. Chamberlain, Hamlin F.
Smith, Cbas. L. Watt, Hiram Smith,
Will Gray, Wes Smith, and County
Assessor D. D. .Coffey.
Tho shrinkages of property, business,
incomes, value oft products and labor,
have been simply enormous." Whether
to blame for il-ot not tbo first year of
the Cleveland administration witnesses
the historical fact of an incalculable de
pression and Inestimable destruction of
va'ue3. In the face of high taxes this
citizens' meeting was oalled to make
proper representation to the state board
to the end that Marion county be not
unjustly taxed. Assessor Coffey has
made a return of property entirely out'
of proportion to other counties, and
while be baa honestly tried to bring
property up to its true cash value and
make a just aud equal assessment of all
property, there is danger that great in
justice will be doue this county uulo.-s
a reduction is made.
Judge Walton made a strong plea for
uniformity all over the state, and em
ployed the following figures to illus
trate present discrepancies:
Marion county 1893 1892
Land per acre.$ 13 87 $ 14 F8
Town lois. 2,776,883 2,740 M)
Horses, values 40 60
Cattle " 10 29
gnats 1 67
Rwlne 2 00
Laud per a ore- 9 68
Town lots .360,928
Horses value 81 00
Cattle 8 60
goats 2 00
Hwine 2 16
Land per acre' 10 50
Town lota 1.650,220
Land per acre
was made chairman.
Will Gray was chosen seoretary. It
was stated that the city of Salem was
assessed at $30,000 above the tonal as
equalized lost year. Fabrl'iiB Smith
said be thought this couqty bad made
a step ih the right direction in trying
to bring property up to the statutory
requirement. John Albert said it was
easier to correct inequalities if au assess
ment was made upon a" true cash value.
We should seek to have the board
bring up other counties to ours rather
than lower ours to their wrong assess
ments. Judge Hubbard said this meet
ing of taxpayers should have come be
fore the county board of equalizers.
The state board .could not equalize be
tween different classes, of properly in
this county. They could only equal
ize between the counties, ''Let us
maintain the Integrity of our own as
sessment" said John Albert, and it met
with murmurs of applause.
Chairman Farrar suggested a com
mittee of live on resolutions to be pre
sented to tho state board. Carried.
Following were named: John Minto,
Will Gray, Judge Hubbard, R. P,
Boise, John Hughes. County Assessor
Coffey was asked to meet with the
The committee was 'nstruoted to re
port their findings without further
meeting of the taxpayers. Tho com-
"J,v. J,01 " ouo ,l pro',aro "a re'
', v , , uu r. omer onunue
-u.ui u aBu jo me me marie ami
come un' to the standard ut Trl,n
There was a geueral demand that other
comities come up to Marlon in values.
The board must consider farm aud town
property teparately, said Judge Bolwe.
" They shall add or deduct to the sever
al olassea such percentuui In each case
brlnir it to a fair value in mouev. If
irlon Is assessed at Its true cash value
.. . .
mey Biiouia not cnange u, it was
doubted if It would all sell for$13.87 for
Where there was one acre that would
bring ?40 an aor cash, there were teu
acres that would not bring (1Q an acre.
It made no difference to us whether it
were raised or lowered if it was done
' equally all over the state. The report
of the eomnalttee U awaited with In
Lowest price oi underwear, at the
New York fUeket. ever oflered ia g.
Steamer Modoc came up last night
wish a small load of Salem frlcght.
After discharging cargo sho proceeded
up the river. Sho will go as far south
as Harrlsburg, returning bere Saturday
afternoon, aud leaves here Sunday
morning for Portland.
The Altona went down this morning
with a number of passengers. She re
turns tomorrow night. Sunday she
gives an excursion to upper river points.
The E.wood will be up tonight with
a big load of Salem freight, Sho goes
down in tho morning.
Business is rather quiet on the river
now as is usual this season of the year.
River men say it will pick up now and
be good until after Jan. 1st, when it
will full off again and very little freight
will be handled until merchants begin
getting In their spring stock.
Tho river now stands 0 feet above
low water mark, a raise of 3 inches
The Improvement Co.'s sand scow
which settled on a pile when the river
went down after tho high water, has
not yet been taken off. The river has
fallen until the pile projects up through
the bottom aud deck Into the cabin.
The company keep It cast off even with
the deck, and when the river raises suf
llcaut to float her clear of tho pile, sho
will be beached, and repaired. The
damage will not be great.
The top buggy and harness found in
the woods below Salem tbo other night
has found an owner.
Deputy Sheriff John Mount of Port-
laud, identified the rig as belonging
to a liveryman, Johnson at East Port
land, who has ordered It sent down to
him by the next boat.
It was taken by a young recruit of
the regular army from Vancouver, last
summer. Tbo supposition is be took
the team out and sold them. He has
never been beard of since.
At Blind School.
Tho first musical recital of the Ore
gon institute for the blind, will take
place this Friday evening, December
15, following is the program.
Planoduet Grand Waltz de Concert,
Sadie Bristow and Eina Condon.
Vocal solo Kis3 Me G id Night, My
Little Dirliug, Johnuy Foley.
Piano solo- -The Polish Dance, Josie
Planoduet The Fairy Queen Gallop,
Ora Johnson and Maude Potter.
Organ solo Christmas March, Mary
Piano duet Going to market, John
ny Folev and Thomas Wineset.
Vooal duet Larboard Watch, Sadie
Br'atow aud Mr. Bollinger.
Piano duet Philomel, Josle Watklns
and June Dickinson.
Guitar duet Selected, Misses Scott
Piano solo Nearer My God toThee,
Piano solo La Baladlna, Miss Bris
tow. Chorus Homeward Bound, school.
Headache and Dyspepsia.
William E. Rockwell, 512 West 67th
Street, New York, says:
"I have been a martyr to bilious head
aohe and dysneosla An indiscretion in
diet, overfatigue or cold, brings on.a fit
or indigestion, followed by a heanacbe
lasting two or three days at a time. I
think I must have tried over twenty
different remedies, which were recom
mended as certain cures by loving
friends, but It was no use. At last I
thought I would take a simple course
of purgation with Braudreth's Pills.
For the'first week I took two pills every
night, then ouo pill for thirty nights,
in that time I gained three pounds in
weight, and never have had au ucbe or
a palu since."
Disease in one part of tho body will
eventually fill the whole body with dis
ease. Every year or two some part of
the system grows weak and beglus to
decay. Such part should be removed
at once, aud new' matter be allowed to
take its place. There is no need of cut
ting It out wth a surgeon's scalpel.
Purge away the old diseased aud worn,
out parts with Braudreth.'s Pills.
Harritt & Lawrence Still Lead but
Never Follow. Oash Counts.
And for cash you cau buy flour, gro
ceries, crockery etc. cheaper thau any
other store iu the city, all goods war
ranted first class. P. O. Grocery.
la-iau at s w.
Hay for Sale.
600 tons of choice hay for sale, most
ly timothy. Will be add in parcels to
suit the purchaser by R. M. Rottertsnn,
Aiuany, Urejiou. 12 15tr
Any Suit oh Ovkkcoat In Bras
field's store (15 00, Don't think twice
about thin but como in aud avail your
self of this opportunity. 2t
The New York Raoket has a shoe
trade to be proud of, The reason is that
they give their customers full value for
every dollar they spend at their store.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
Tbe ely Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No AwmoU; K AW
Ufftd in Milliotw of Home 40 Yar tine Iswwitil
Crook couuty fared better than any
other part, of Eastern Oregon during
the recent storm. At the Dalles the
snow Is a foot deep, aud grows gradual-1
ly deeper toward Pendleton, where It Is
two feet In depth, '
Tho fly-wheel at Cushman's mill,
Florence, flew into a thousand or more
pieces the other day. It weighed about
2500 pounds, was 10 feet in diameter,
and the cause of its destruction Is prob
ably chargeable to some disarrange
ment of the governor, which permitted
too high a speed for so la'rge a balance
wheel. It Is estimated that the number of
uuemployed Iu the city of Chicago Is
The Seattle Post-Iutelllgencer says:
Thestilt ot A. Toilet for damages from
Pierce county for diverting the channel
of the Stuck river was dismissed today
the court held, with the prosecuting
attorney, that an individual could not
hold the couuty liable for the acta of Us
The Spokane Indians are slowly but
surely going on the Coeur d'Alene res
ervation In Idaho, although many of
the tribe have sworn never to do so.
The large amount of soft wheat in
the Polause country Is necesltaUug mil -
lers to build dryers nftj: which
satd to make the Quest of flour.
Sam Brown,-of Gervais, raised 0,000
bushels of potatoes on 100 acres of land.
Mr.,C. T. Ward low has resigned his
position us traveling freight aud pas
senger agent of the Oregon Paclflo rail
Nicholas Wright, a pioneer of South
ern Oregon, died at his home'in Jack
sonville. Mr. Wright wus a Mexican
war veteran, aud served through tbo
Rogue river Indian war. He was 81
Hon. J. H. Stewart, of Jackson coun
ty, shipped a carload of floe winter
pears to St. Louis, Mo., lust week. He
is a successful fruit grower, and has
over 100 acres in orchard. This year
he will receive in the neighborhood of
$20,300 for his apples, prunes and pears.
Mr. Don McKay, who has just re.
turned from a visit to Shoshone Falls,
has placed on exhibition at the Hotel
Warahsuer the jaw of an American
elephant,so pronounced by Prof. Henry
Montgomery, of the Salt Lake Univer
sity. The remains of this mastodon,
were unearthed in the Blue Lake gravel
mines, about five miles from Shoshone
Falls on Snake river. Mr. McKay
says. the remains would fill an ordinary
Petitions are being sent to congress
from the Pacific slope asking that the
government purchase the Union and
Northern Pacific railroads and operate
them iu the interest of the people.
Sixty-eight of Portland's unemploy
ed men yesterday determined not to
brave a winter In a big city, and at
2 o'clock this morning left In a
Southern Pacific freight train for
warmer climes where more favorable
conditions exist. They were granted
free transportation over the Southern
Pacific's lines in Oregon.
The stock inspector of Umatilla coun
ty says the sheep of that section are free
from dlseaso and in excelleut condition.
He thinks over 40,000 more are in the
county than last spring making a total
Walla Walla's Salvation army for
the last quarter had an income,. chiefly
from collections, of f 660.80.
Oakesdale economized by discharg
ing both of her police officers, and
there Is now no one to arrest the hilar
ious and belllgereufdrunks.
The Lebanon excelsior factory is
turning out 4200 pounds of excelsior
It ffi expected that 8,000,000 feet of
logs will be put iu booms in Alsea bay
The machine for separating the flour
gold from sand on tho Columbia river
placers 'does not work just right.' That
has been just the trouble with all
other machines for that kind of work.
Three wheat driers, with a total dal
ly capacity of 8000 bushels, are being
erected iu Oakesdale. Damaged wheat
may be taken by farmers to these dri
ers, where It will be dried, cleaned and
converted Into No. 1 shipping wheat.
Capt. W. 6. Hayden has brought
suit rtgalust the Poat-Intelllgencer for
$100,000 for libel ou account of a dis
patch prluted Sunday morning. He
will also 8Uo the Portland Oregonlan
and the Astorlan for $100,000 each.
The largest stock of brooms and
brushes for household use ever brought
to Salem atCurk & Eppley's.
The Largest assortment ever brought to Salem.
They. Mljw. Go
in the next 30 dhys i
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
C. D. GabrielsoNj
LONDON and LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Have IS Tears fixnexiaunr fnr nvr nfrrhl vpttra niaUtnnt artnf nt aA t .....
1 AaN"f tt&EYi a8&W
noss of any Foreign Insurance company on
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with Local Applications, as thoy can
not reach the seat of the disease.- Cat
arrh is a blood or constitutional disease,
aud in order-to cure.lt you must take
internal re in Idles. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mocous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is uot a quack medicine.
It was prescribed by one of the best
pbysicanulu this country for veers, and
is a regular prescription. It is compos
ed of the best tonics known, combined
with the best blood purifiers, acting di
rect ly ou the mocous surfaces. The
.perfect comblhation of the two ingredi
ents is what produces such wond-rful
results in curing Catarrh. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props,
Toledo, O. 8old by druggists. Price 75o.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
The drug and medicine firm hereto"
fore doing business under the style of
Smith & Stelner,. have this day dis
solved partnership by mutual consent,
Dr. J C. Smith retiring. The business
will be continued by Lee Stelner, at
the old red corner stand, where all
bills and accounts nre to be settled,
Salem, Dec. 1st, 1893.
J. O. Smith, -M. D.
James See here, Charley, I get all
of this washing done at the Chinaman's
for 25 cents a week.
Charley Well, I get mine done at
the Salem Steam Laundry. It never
costs mo more than you pay, and I
have the satisfaction of patronizing
white folks, besides getting better
work. Try it and see the difference.
Read the One Cent Journal.
Tutt's Pills cause no nausea or griping.
Bwoet cider Clark fc Epploy.
Splendid assortment or holiday goods
cheap at the New York Raqket. 2t
Basey's Hearse. Notice Is hereby
given, that I have bought the hearse
of dinger & Rigdon, known as the
Minto hearse, and kept at Jap Minto's
stables, and have moved the same to
Radabaugh's stables, corner State and
Front streets, and all orders left at the
undertakers, Olinger & Rlgdoa's or A.
M. dough's, or at the stables, will re
ceive tho best of attention. Thanking
my many friends for their nast fuvorn.
I hope by fair dealing a continuance of
me same, aud win strive to heed the
motto, "Live and Lot Live." A. J.
healthy flesh r nature never
burdens the body with too
much sound flesh. Loss of
flesh usually indicates poor as
similation, which causes the
loss of the best that's in food,
the fat-forming element.
of pure cod liver oil with hypo-,
phosphites contains the very
essence of all foods. In no oth
er form can so much nutrition
be taken and assimilated. Its
range of usefulnes'shasno limita
tion where weakness exists.
Pnured br, Reott a Bows. O&uaM.
Nw York. Sold by all drttKi.u. ""
XMAS NJTCKWBATJ and SUSPENDERS,
XMAS'DRIJSSES and JJjGKETS,
XMAS OVERCOATS'fcsd HATS,
- XMiAS FOOTWEAR
. . M. . ,ATLQWK8T OASH PRIOIS AT f
W1XI.IS BROTHERS A CO.
OPEJtAHOTJWC CORNER, -
the Paclflo coast in 1882.
JpOH HAEK.-An uaabrldgsd enoycloptdl
Brltmnlca, worth 54. at great redu. tlon.
'.Ii. West, electric light station. i2Utf
ME VT MARK T.-Opposlte
Palcm. Delivered cbeap.
WAN i EI). A position at housework by
competent lady with bist of reference.
Call at the residence of Mrs. It. Early. n
Court street near 18th.
NOTICE. Any one havln horeos they wlih
stalled and fed hay and oats tU ongh the
winter miy Inquire or Harris & Loose for fur
ther particulars. Wlllamlna. Yamhill com.
ty, Oregon. 13-B-dSt w
-ryxNTED Work of any kind, by a young
i f uina -who is a BtraDgcr in me cuy,
John Loumenas, at The
CHRISTIAN BC1ENCE Literature
kinds on sale at S36 Liberty street.
311118 PArEIt la kept ob file at E. C. Dake's
. Advertising Agency, M aad 65 Merchants
xenaDge.8artKrancls.-Of California, where
contrac for advertising can be wade for it.
ARM FOR BALK. A dealt able farm of 1M
acres for Bale on Ions time Town property
11 be tAkerj In nart nnvmenL Annlr tii Ija
W.Ulla, In Opera Kouea Block. 12-2 1m
CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION
A campalra of education In what we am
'. - . i r .; ...
cui,iigcujD. we warn io teacn inj.uDiic
uut wo uvo everyiniDg in me way oj
Gold Dens.- FmintAln nm. nwrilEMl
Novelties, Photograph Albums. Photo
frames, Collai bozee. Porcelain Placqne.
standard book!. Linen books. Ink stand
etc Our prices are wav down owlneto
the dull times. Don't believe this bntfl
imo ana see for your, elves.
Agents for "Old Nick." 96 BUU street
' MADAM McALPIN,
of Denver, has opened Dress-malt log
Parlors in IbeEldridge block, In tbo
rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker
A Perfect Fit or No Pay I
FROEBEL SCHOOLS-ith Yonr.
Infant, Connectlngand Primary claetes
every week day from 9 a. m. to
12 m. except Baturday.
0. BALLOU, . - - Principal,
for teacbeia' dally practice work from
0 a. m. tol2-m. hi Kindergarten.
On Monday, 'Wednetday and Friday
from 2 to .4 p. ro. Clewes- meet for
study of. Pirebej system. Mrs. P, 8.
Meets Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. with
training clww, conducted by Mrs.
Kulghutid MteeBallou. For terms or
Information apply at 'Kludergarten
rooms, corBerOetirtab.il Liberty ttreetB.
, s.rv QHBOOK