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I 2 THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1910 ti I I
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AMERICAN
Won Lost c
Philadclphial 74 34 685
I 133 47 673
Boston 0
it 62 4S tiG4
Detroit 0
Now Yorlc 0 60 49 550
Cleveland n II 59 450l
+ washlngtosi 48 63 43
44 63 411
Chicago
LouIs 34 71 334
St
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Wo Loot PG
OS 3G 660
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CPlttgbnrg C3 40 612
42 588
York 0 60 4
Now
I Philadelphia 62 52 500
it CinClanali 52 55 186
i Brooklyn r 13 61 413
St Louis 43 U 2GS
Boston 39 71 355 I
AMERICAN LEAGUE I
Washington Cleveland 1
WASHINGTON Aug 18CIovc
lands batting was poor today and
Washington won handily 6 to 1 Fea
ture plays were mado by McBride
t Blrmmgham and Nllcs whtlo KilH i
1 i fers batting and base ntnning I
i brought forth applause Score
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Washington G SO
Cleveland 1 G 4
Batteries WaJkar and BcckcndorfJ
Knlen Fann ell and Donahue
Detroit 6 Boston 1
BOSTON Aug 18Two errors by
Boston Iu the fifth inning wore fol
J lowed by five hits by Detroit giving
tho visitors a fourrun lead In the
I game which they won C to 1 Pitcher
Frnak Arrellanos was released by
Boston today to Sacraruonto Gal
Score
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Detroit 6 9 1
Boston 0 1 G 2
Batteries Wlllett and Stanage and
Schmidt Collins Clcotte and Carrh
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Chicago 1 Philadelphia 2
PHILADTLPHIA Aug 18 Phila
delphia beat Chicago today 2 to 1
the locals being shut out until two
non woro out in tho ninth Then
Davis doubled and scored on Mur
phys triple In tho ninth Urtngatoa
IQ tripled and scored the winning run on
Coombs single Scoro
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Chicago Hrlf 6
Shiladelphla 2 8 3
Batteries White and Sullivan
Coombs and Livingston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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pKtsbnrg 10 Cincinnati Z
I PITTSBURG Aug lr Pttfcaburff
easily defeated Cincinnati today 10 to
I 2 Caspar lasted only two linings
In the second Inning BJTQO and F
I Qarto mado homo TUTM Camnitz
did not sign tt olnsto base on balbst
Scores
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I Pittstarff 10 13 3
Cincinnati u 373
Baiter3eaLmmnR3 cad Gibson
Caspar Benton nnd MbLean dark
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Dc3 Koines Flrsi game Dos
Moinca 11 Topeka 61 second game
Des ITotnos S Topctai OL
At Omaha First game Denver 1
Omaha 2j second game Omaha 7 I
Denver L
At Stonx City Slonx Ctty 7 Wich
its i g f s r v
At TlncolnLlnc oln Et St Joseph ttj
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At Los 1 ng Sacramento 3 LOB
Angeles 1
At PortJnndOnkland 2 Portland 0
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
At Vancouver rSclUlo 0 Vancouver
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At Spokane Spokane o Tncomn u 1
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Toledo St PaulToledo gamo
postponed rain
At Louisville Minneapolis 10 Lou
icvlllo O
At Columbus Milwnukcn 1 Colum
bus 5
At Indlnnapolis Kansas CltyIn
dJanapolls game postponed rain
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RESOLI5 AT BUTTE
BUTTE MONT AUb 1 FAlton
berg the favorite stumblrd ut the
despite that handicap rain remark
able race finishing third eight
lengths ahead of the fourth horse
Ocean Shore took thu lead arly and
under Fischers guidance IIi tho Hold
around thc course lohn Ixjuis Bur
Blurt In tivs fourth laco today and
necked Allonbois out of jvcond place I
BUTTE MONT Aag UToln k 1
resultS
First race live furlongs soiling
BUI Mntfmni 109 Denny 7 to 1
won Garter Right l > 9 A Nelson ii
tj 1 second Blnoculpr 101 Kcder
in 3 to 1 third Time lDl
Second race live rurlonga selllug
Aimlo Wells 102 Irnea i to 1 won
I livnm 110 Prior 7 to 10 second
Axuic 104 Gaygel Sao 1 third
1 meOO 3 5J
Third ace futurity course selling
Xo Quator 124 Fischer 2 to 1
won Pi ecu 124 Mcttrldo 4 to 1
second Del Cruzador 127 Page 1
to 1 third Tiwel 35
Forrth race mile selling Ocean
Short tor Fischer 4 to 1 won
JoUu Louis 109 Page 7 to I sec
ond Alt nberg 110 Vesper 4 to 1
I third 1111161 41 2
Fifth race mile Moiling Miss Pic
I nic 97 Kedorls 7 to 5 won Lov
lUG 109 Lindhorst 10 to 1 second
I Barney Oldeld 111 D Bolaud 3 io
1 third Thnc1 42
Sixth race mile selling Treasure
Seeker 111 Dennison 5 to L won
Aibloiv H 109 Kcderis 11 to 6 sec
ond Young Jlcllc 100 13 Smith 15
lo 1 third Time 1M2 35
SARATOGA RESUlTS
SARATOGA KY Aug 18Mar
tluo heavily played at 2 to 1 won
the Saranac handicap today by live
leugths In the stretch ho crowded
Love Tie which crowded Star Bottle
Srovillc find each
on the rail Dupan I
claimed a foul 1At the stewards let
tho result string lit the stcepleoliaso
Jockey Sulltrtui buffer d a broken lee
vhcu Pnyusiuu wont through Ihr
fence ocVo > K rniath received a
slight conclusion when Sam Bell I
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1frai race seven furlong Han
tndgo 9 lo Z won Sir John G to 1
second Mary DaVls 9 to 2 third
Time 125 I
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Second mop steeplechase miles
Jimmy lnu > G to 5 won Sound
Drook 1 to 5 second Sam Ball foil
Profusion refused Tlrao 418
Third roc Troy solllnp flvo and
onehalf furlongs Danger Mfvrk 9
to 10 won Helen Barboo IS to 5
second Gold of Ophlr 15 to 1 third
l1mel 07 15
Fifth race 5 12 furlongsRock
vlllo 8 to 5 won Fairy Story 30 to1
1 second Gauntlet 10 lo 1 third
i107
Sixth race mllo Outbound 6 lo r
won Check 8 to t second Field
Mouse 9 to 5 third Time 138
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ARE NERVOUS
Chicago Aug 19ilost ot the hlg
lighters havo been Interesting proposi
lions before entering the ring says
nn old timer who bas the records
and dispositions of every one of
note ut the tips of his fingers
They toll me that Jeffries won 111
to pot ed nnd surly before ho began
Ids battle at Reno and that doesnt
surprise mo a bit Tho night Jeff
I knocked out FltzBlmmons at Coney Isl
I and cloven years ago 1 saw him be
foro ho entered the ring and ho look
I ed as If ho was going lo prison for
life
In tho ring that night Jeffries was
a solemn determined looking follow
The stolid expression of his hardened
face did not change until poor Fllz
simmons had been counted out Then
a wicked smile Illuminated tho boiler
makers bronzed featuroa as his
frlonda aurroundod him and smoth
ered him with congratulations
Jeffries displayed the same traits
while ho was training in California
and at Rono He was in an ugly mood
a greater part of tho limo nnd his
sparring partners found it hard to hu
mor him That was his way and he
simply couldnt help It
Johnson Always Happy
Johnson on tho other hand was
always xoodnotured and in high p
its Hes never trained for a fight
without displaying theso bright quali
ties Its true that he got hot under
tho collar two or three times but
It wore off quickly because of the
itcgros Jocularity Right up to the
lime that ho was called to the ring
I Johnsons disposition was cheerful
Still I am positive that Johnson
was probably more nervous than Jef
fries before he began the sorap at
Reno although ho concealed his feel
ings cleverly Jeffries slept like n
lop at his quarters every night nt
Reno but I doubt whether Johnson en
Joyed similar rest because of his nor
ous temperament and alertness
1 never saw a fighter more ohoor
ful before entering tno ring than
Ketchel He always Booms over
anxious for the battle to begin Ho
laughs and Jokes with his friends and
never scowls IIos all life flro and
I ginger Hos often told me that he
never worries and seldom loses an
I hours sleep ovor a coming event
Jack Twin Sullivan and hla
brother Mlko arc a jolly pair beforo n
scrap They dance and sing together
In the dressing room so that you
would think they were preparing for
n vaudeville turn Yet its an odd
fact that neither will second the other
In the ring Mike says lie gels too
nervous when he goes behind his twin
brother while Jack declares that Mike
rattles him when hes llshtlng
John L Confidence Personified
John L Sullivan was always confi
dence personified before he climbed
through the ropes in tho old days and
he was also sour tempered Ho was
as proud as tho proverbial peacock
and believed ho could outpunch am
man on earth yet on several oc
I casions I heard him mumble a prayer
Ho did that before he tackled Corbott
in Now Orleans In 1S92
I John always carried under his belt
I some religious medals his good old
I mother gave him When he was
training at Canoe Place Inn down on
Long Island for the Corbott fracas
Sullivan was never out ota bad hu
mor Ho wrangled constantly with
the late Phil Casoy his trainer and
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Pioneer Barley Farmers
of the great northwest fought many a stubborn battle with the red man in
I > defense of their farm lands
t Today this fertile region furnishes mankind the finest barley ever grown
j iA he cream of these crops for many years has formed the basis of
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The King of All Bottled Beers
i Its suprem comes from the beSt maltin
malting bade
WnrMSTtmf 7CTeS g barley growl1 in the New
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vvprid and the finest hops grown in the Old World and it is brewed in the
most perfect brewery in the WHOLE WQRLDT r
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St Louis U S A Distributors
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refused to obey tho tatters Instruc
tions John did pretty much as he
pleased Ho oxod when ho felt llk
It and didut deny hltnbolt anything In
tho way oflk food and drink When
friends advised him to work harder
Jiqv literally chascJdthcm away
SjilHYAn < 4oeined to havo a grout
when he eMori d the arena at Now
Orlifnrfs l o i Ush J CbrboU for n 25000
pub e and IJiMO a RIde Ho growled
at ills seconds nnd glared at old
friends over the ropes He was just
llkx > rip old Irtlwly bear but when
Corfcett began to put It all over him
he was a pitiable sight
Willie Lewis Is Religious Boy
Willie Lowos is a religious young
man Ivo seen him kneel and pray
in his dressing room before several
fights and even ns ho eat iu Ills cor
ner waiting for the sound of tho Song
Ivo seen his lips moO as if in prayer
Jack Dempsey also asked for Dlvlno
blessing before all of hla battles He
was a good man morally and had a
warm heart
Did you over see Deacon Stone
wall Jackcon of Boston who says a
prayer on his tutees In the middle bl
the ring boforo ho engages Iu a fight
Tho deacons stentorian voice nbo
heard by thoso at tho ringside as b j
asks for mercy salvation strength
and a few silver coins to help his
church along in this wicked world
anal which ho does his best lo knock
the other fellows block off i
Tommy Went who defeated Joe
Walcott told me recently that all
pugilists before a mill aro nervous
whether ahoy show It or ant
I vo known courageous pugilists
that trembled from head to foot as
they got Into the ring 0 They nooded
a few hard wallops to Steady their
nerves yon know For that matter
some fighters are not worth a rap un
to theyve been hit hard Then their
blood begins to boll to a white heat
Some of the Nervous Kind
Among tho highly strung nervous
fighters Ivo soon can bo classed such
men as Kid McCoy Jack Derapsey
Tack McAulIffe Abo Attol Jimmy
Britt Bob Fltzslmmons George DIxon
Pal Moore Johnny Coulon Jimmy
Barry Joo Gana jack Skelly Jon
Driscoll Owen Moran and Jim Cor
hettand that reminds me that Cor
belt was in a class by himself In
point of nervous tension
I recall the day that Corbott fought
a truckman named ePter Courtney IKJ
fore tho klnotograph over at Edisons
In Jersey It was tho first time mov
ing pictures wore talcon of a glove
contest Six rounds of one minute
each were arranged nnd It was up
to Corbett to knock his man out In tho
last round
Courtney was the greatest kind of
a novice yet Corbott was so nervous
as ho prepared for the one stded scrap
that Brady found it hard to quiet him
Jim wanted to wear skintight gloves
while Courtney wore olghtounco
mitts BO that the knockout would bo
a euro thing but after a long wrangle
Cbrbeft agreed to put on six onncc
gloves When the men got Into tho
eight foot ring Corbett was shaking
like the loaves In a gale but the r
moment ho knocked Courtney down
In the first round he recovered his
usual composure and was a typical
fighting machine
PROSSfR CASE i i
GUES TO JURY
LIBBY MonL Aug 1STho case
of Mrs Vera Prosaer charged with
the murder of her divorced husbaud
Reese T Prosser aboard a great
Northern train near here was given
to tho Jury this evening followfng
brilliant argument by State Senator
Thomas D Long for Mrs Prosser in
which do declared with great drattia4
lc effect that Mrs Prosser had peaty
right undor tho laws of God and man
to kill that mau when sho did
When Senator Long began his ar
gument and began recalling acts In
the lives of tho couple Mrs Prosser
began to moan and cry her cries in
creasing until she became hysterical
County Attorney Maiden assailed
tho insanity plea and declared expert
testimony was valueless as it could
be bought for so much per expert and
asked the jury if it was not strange
that Mrs Prosser had a gun with her
at tho time she was seized with tem
porary Insanity
pourcs Will
AffECT STOCKS
NEW YORK Aug 181001 tho
first time this woelt todays stock mar
ket evinced a reactionary tendency
with a generally lower level of prices
None of tho declines was serious nor
was there any enforced liquidation
but rather of realizing for profits with
some attendant bear selling
Tho general belief Is that political
events of the next few days are bound
to leave their Impression on the se
curities market Wall street is > de
voting marked attention to tho con
flict In the Republican party Tho
market opened with recessions of a
point or more in many of the active
issues and soon went lower on un
founded rumors dealing with tho al
leged serious Illness of the best known
member of the Standard Oil party
Partial recovery was mado from these
setbacks but the list displayed more
or less hesitation tor tlic balance of
tho day and closed at or near the low
est prices Advices from middle bank
Ing sources woro mostly that last
months liquidation had clarified tho
financial atmosphere in that section
Further light was thrown on tho
countrys foreign trade situation by
the publication of an official statement
from Washington concerning Imports
and customs receipts for Ute first year
under the now tariff It puts total im
ports for tho 12 months ending July
31 last at 1502621181 of which
slightly loss than 60 per cent entered
free of duty Importations duriug tho
tear wore larger than m any corn
spending period In history and tho
volume of those entering trap of duty
tholargest evorknown jn any corro
upending period
Custom recoiptK for the year wens
5327873072 a larger total than in
any other year except 1907 shoo tho
total was about 3000000 larger
London was again a seller In this
market to the extent of 26000 shares
The Bnnk of England increased its
j proportion of reserves to liabilities to
J a point well above that of last week
and its total reserves also voro larger
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H M ROWE President and Mgr
OFFICE 360 24th STREET UPSTAIRS
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Tho Bank of Franco reported a trifling
loss in gold and a largo gain In treas
ury deposits
Bonds reflected the one of tho
stock market by their irregularity
Total gales par value 1S70000
NOTICE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the Stato of Utah
within and for Weber count
In tho matter of tho assignment or
B R Bowman and Paul M Lee co
partners under the firm name of tho
Ogdoii Morning Examiner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Tho undersigned hereby gives no
tice of its appointment as assignee of
the estate of B n Bowman nnd Paul
M Lee Insolvent debwrs doing busi
ness under the name nnd stylo of
Ogdcn Morning Examiner at Og
den Weber county Utah to tho cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against said assignors to exhibit the
same with the necessary vouchers In
tho manner and within tho period of
time provided for by law to the un
dersigned at No 319 First National
I Bank building Ogden City Utah
PINGREfi NATIONAL BANK
Assignee
Willis DeVinc Attorneys for As
signee No 3014 First National Bank
building
NOTICE
Bids will bo received to bo opened
August 20th 1910 at 2 oclock p m
at tho office of tho undersigned
Poard of Trade building Salt Lake
City Utah for the furnishing of SOO
000 pounds first quality oats and SOO
tons straight timothy hay delivery to
ho mado at regular Intervals during
period of one year from award of con
tract In submitting bids on above
material state price f o b Salt Lake
City giving lull particulars as to
quality of materials to bo furnished
The undersigned reserves the right to
eject any or all bids
P J MORAN
Box 783 Salt Lake City Utah
DAHLMAN IS
IN TH lEAD
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OMAHA Nob Aug 18Vlth re
turns available from 1041 out of 1045
precincts Mayor Dfthlmau maintains
his lead over Governor Shallenbergor
for the gubernatorial nomination on
tho Democratic ticket These pre
cincts gave Dahlman 22046 and Shal
lenberger 18277 a majority tor the
mayor of 3708
Heavy gains for Shallouborgor an
ticipated by his friends as a result
of todays returns failed to material
ize and It Is apparent only a phe
nomenal reversal of figures In the re
mainder of tho precincts to be heard
from can defeat Dahlman for the nom
ination Rudy has conceded the Re
publican nomination lo hid opponent
State Senator Aldrich
IRAOlNG SlOW ON
LOCAL 9 G IANGf
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only feature on tho local stook ex
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change this morning was the bear I
raid on Columbus Consolidated which
has been strong for several days
S2 cents the stock was froced down I
to 7S cents oday During tho regular I
board call 1960 shares changed hands j
During the open board session the
stock recovered slightly getting as I
high as SO cents SOO shares changing j
hands at that price and at 79cents I
Iron Blossom was stronger today
and sold at S2 cents Sioux was also j
upo 24 12 cents today For tho
first tlmo in several months there was
a solo of ElyCalumet 500 shares be I
ing sold at 16 cents South Columbus
Consolidated was at 14 cents today
Tills Is duo to the consolidation that
will shortly bo put through
Tho total number of shares sold
this morning was 20900 and the I
amount represented by the transac
tions was S7CG02ii
On the curb market Opox again hit I
the tobogganand slid down by Jumps
Tuo stock opened at 30 and before tho
end of the open board trading It was
at 3112 cents The sales on the curb I
were 200 shares of vpex at 3G cents
100 at 35 100 at 35 50 Oat 32 r
5400 at 32 and 1000 at 31
DIffiCULTY IN I
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SEGU r ING A JURY II
CHICAGO Aug 1SAs a result of
difficulty in getting a jury for tho
second trial of Leo OKcll Browne
charged with buying votes to elect
William Lorimer to the United Slates
senate States Attorney John W
Wayuien announced today he would
attack tho system of drawing venire
men as soon as tho Browne trial is
ended
It Is a frightful commentary on the
conditions In our courts ho said
that of 700 names drawn only eight
men wore considered capable of try
Ing this case Moro than 90 per cent
of the men drawn are thoso of men
just twentyone years old young
clerks and mechanics We have had
almost no leading men of business
Four vcnlromen were in the box
when court adjourned today Thoy
havo been accepted by the defense
and questioned by tho states attor
ney and It will be accepted tomorrow
and the Jury completed
CRIPPEN STill
HD IN OUEBEC
QUEBEC Aug ISThe Jail still
houses Dr Crlppen and Ethel Le
novo tonight notwithstanding the re
port they s ° ould leave for London this
morning They had been expected to
sail on either Royal Edward or the
Iako Manitoba both of which touch
ed hero today outward bound
Inspector Dew said ho was waiting
for certain orders before taking the
prisoners back to England but the
source of these orders could not bo
learned
nOLIVANS MURDER i
AMERICAN CITIZEN
WASHINGTON Aug ISNews of
tho murder In Bolivia more than two
months ago of Gustav A Hist an
American citizen reached tho slate
department today Only tho bare an
rouncemont of the murder Is made
I Tho nova came from Mr Combs
the American minister at Lima Peru
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Scratch a Match and
Turn the Value
It is a trtiQ axiom that nothing is perfect until it is simple
All our men of middle life will remember the old p owder horn
capbox and shot p ouch how cumbersome and slow it was
when loading the oldfashioned shotgun But now it is dif
ferent the cap powder and shot arc all in one shell
How unpleasant it must have been for Martha Washing
ton and all the ladies of her day to cook in the old fire place
with its dutch oven and spit If time could only be unrolled
and bring them back to life again how pleased they would be
to work in one of our modern kitchens where gas is used It
would be like a dream to them until they could be convinced of
its reality
Ono lady says cc I would not sell my gas stove if I could
not get another An engineer on the Short Line says II I cook
my breakfast since I put in the gas but it is too quick for me
it gets things ready before I can get dressed
Gas is the thing all right try it
Another Car of Gas
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Stoves Arrive
Those waiting for gas ranges will please call and select
before they are all gone i
UTAH LIGHT I
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who according to the state depart robbed of every dollar thoy haJ d i
ment reports that Gustavo A Rlst their possession was tho oxperlew 4
nn American citizen was murdered ot A L Bruner and E D Daramecf i
near Puyuyappo Bolivia by ono Au Billings while en route from Costs I
gustln Hunf July 11 to Billings on a frelfht train 71
Tho state department Is scoldng to robbery was perpetrated early tb3
learn more details morning and two suspects are now ID I
Jail at Forsyth In addition lo tho f
men mentioned five others elm wero I I
P held up and small amounts late
fREIGHT TRAIN MrN from them A brakeman was com
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II ELD OP O M t 0 highwaymen Nearly 100 in did cash uot was go throu secured h hie I
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The young man who is starting out to make his own I
living is at tho point whore two roads meet Ono
looks inviting but lends to misfortune The other
is up a steep hill but leads to success
A bank account is the best incentive and help
You are anvJted to open ono with us
4 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts
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Capital Stock 100 00000 J
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