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4*4 I I I I i'as M§ I I II CSS5 totAnii tmtmfC, ©glala Htgfit debenteent!) ^ear dumber ©fjree $hiblisf)ct bp W. &>. Hlntnan gxtjool, $itie &ibge, &o. ©afe. ROSS L. SPALSBURY, EDITOR J. W. MUMBLEHEAD, MANAGER & INSTRUCTOR Contents! for JSobember T915. Address of Commissioner Sells at the Conference of Indian Workers. 5 Head of Tuskegee, Washington, Expires 12 The Indian Gongress at San Francisco, California 14 Editor's Comment 18 Excellent Advice from The Native American -20 General School Items 22 Agency Items 24 News Items of General Interest 25 Entered in the Post Office at Pine Ridge, S. D. and registered as second-class mail matter THE OGLALA LIGHT is issued from the Printing Department of the Oglala Indian Training School, located at Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The mechanical work is executed by apprentice-students under the direction of the Instructor in Priming. THE LIGHT has a wide circulation both in and out of the Government Service. It is an excellent advertising medium and the quickest way of reaching employees of the U. S. Government. SUBSCRIPTION Fifty Cents per Volume. Ten numbers will probably constitute a volume. BACK NUMBERS, Ten Cents each. ADDRESS all communications regarding subscriptions and other snbjects relating to magazine direct to THE OGLALA LIGHT, United States Indian Training School, Pine Ridge, So. Dak.