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0 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1910
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All our splendid high grade Trousers T I
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Now the time to Trouser up your i
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i 300Trotisers 225 600Trousers 450 t
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This Sale will positively end with r a
the closing of our doors on Saturday
Evening
FRED M NYE CO I
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2413 Washington Avenue
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Special Sale
t Ladies Hosiery
I i Gauze Iisle Plain Lisle Em
broidered Lisle Lace and
Boot Lace Styles
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50c 60c and 65c values 35d
The New Spring Suits Are
i Arriving Daily
We have just received a
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Spring shipment of infants
longslip and short Hubbard
dresses from the L H Best
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RANDOM
REFERENCES
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Dainty Pastry Charles Cafeteria
r Vegetarians llko Charles Cafeteria
HIgh grado fancy apples at whole
inlo prices Phono 667 K
Funeral Sunday The funeral ser
vices over the remains of tho late
Miss Mary Blanche Miles will be held
r from the homo of her sister Mrs
i MacDonald 2560 Lincoln avenue Sun
1 day afternoon at 2 oclock Rev J E
Carver officiating Interment at the
City cemetery
B G Butter has proven sterling
by every test
Inspected moat only Charles Cafe
teria
Fine place o eat Charles Cafeteria
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and clack
Thomas for PoBtmaotcr Tho Presi
dent today sent to the sonata the
nomination of Arthur L Thomas to
he postmaster at Salt Lake City
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I TImo saver economic Charles Cafe
E term
When you order bread be sure It
bears the label Wards Good Bread
Ask your grocer
Scarcity of Houses R H Doelle
chief chemist of the new paint and oil
factory to be erected in Ogden has
arrived In the city and Is looking
i for a six or seven room modern house
I and wag surprised to learn that It Is
1 Impossible to get such a residence
t Mr Doello says that Ogden needs a
few residences as well as a paint fac
tory
toryCOALI
COALI Call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Plenty of hard coal at Lewis Coal
Yard Phono 149
Local Artists Effore Thomas
l Slight a local artist Is completing an
oil pain Ling of President Taft in Og
den canyon lost September Tho
scene Is at tho narrows and shows
the automobile with the President
and party passing around the point
at that place The picture Is three
feet eight Inches by four feet eight
inches and Is the best that Mr Slight
has ever attempted The picture
II takes in a splendid view of the can
yon showing the sides of the moun
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tains covered with the autumn leaves
turning red Tho picture has been
sold to u patron but It will probably
be placed on exhibition In the city
For Sale Household furniture Call
afternoons 2501 Adams
Bamberger Ogden Coal Plenty of
That Good Coal on hand Clear
Greek Castle Gato and Rock Springs
4T5 and 500 at Yard 219tt
Our Ice cream is always uniform It
will be good today the same tomor
row The steady increase of orders
Is the best test of Its continued good
ness Wards 2 stores both phones
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Contos Eotate In tho district court
today before Judge Howell the case
of David Mattson administrator of
tho estate of John Contos deceased
vs James Balcelanls was heard the
testimony offered and the case taken
under advisement by tho court The
action Is to recover 175 alleged to
be due the estate of tho deceased
Wards Social Sweets Chocolates
and Bon Bons Indo in an uptodate
factory whore none but skilled
tradesmon arc employed which en
ables IIH to produce none but tho best
Our fountains arc never closed
Wnrds Good Bread 11 pleases
cheers and satisfies
Delicious Pastry We do not scrimp
on materials Wo go on tho theory
that the best Is non too good for our
customers Wards 2 stores Both
phones 279
Saucer Track Races That the
folks fans of Ogden will again have
an opportunity to witness races at
tho Glenwood saucer track this sum
ricr Is tho assurance that has been
mado by Salt Lake promoters who
are now figuring on tho securing of
the Salt Palace track in that city
While no one has been mentioned
In particular In connection with the
Ogden track It was learned by a
representative of this paper that
those who arc after the Salt Palace
track Harry Heagren Iver Redman
and Hardy Downinghave also turned
their eyes toward the Ogden track
Case ContinuedThe case of Her
bert Nelson Ham alias Herbert Nel
son charged with assault and bat
tery was continued this morning by
Judgo Murphy on motion of the at
torney for the defendant
Miss Tout to SingArrangements
were completed this afternoon for an
operatic concert at tho Tabernacle
next Thursday afternoon by Miss
Maggie Tout assisted by tho Ogden
Tabernacle choir This will be the
Initial concert given in America by
Miss Tout who Is now here on a
short visit The program which Is
now being arranged will Include
operatic ais such as The Prayer
from La Tosca In which Miss Tout
nachos high F Miss Tout will be
assisted by tho choir in a number of
selections and tho choir will also ron
tIer a number of their famous
choruses
Changing the Tables Tho Inde
pendent Telephone company has a
force of ten men In Ogden reconstruct
TMm IIZ IJIl
ORACLEISISGLOBE
CHILDRENS CANDY MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
We are having a bigger supply of Opera Bars made than over before
Let your children see DON FULAXO the greatest trained horse In
the world GLOBE
SHOOTING AN OIL WELL a great educational picture How many
people in Ogden are there who havo never seen tho actual drilling for
oil or gas Hero wo have it right before you The drilling the
striking of oil sand shooting the well burning oil tanks and the test
Ing ORACLE
Every liberty loving American should want to see that Grand Old
Ian of RussiaCOUNT LEO TOLSTOL Tho view Is BO close It is Just
like meeting bfmISIS
Mr Edward Holland In his lecture Behind the Bars In Sing Slop
with forty ot the only views ever taken ot this famous prison GLOBE
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I lug the suspension cable lines The
I work consists of the replacing of the
zinc hangers with the Merlin hangers
I and will occupy a number of weeks
The new hangers are a twisted hemp
cord that Is tarred and equipped with
hooks and these are use din suspend
ing the cable from the heavy wire sup
port The now hanger allows the
cable to hang loose whereas the zinc
cable held it light and would not allow
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low the cable to expand and contract
under the weather conditions
TwelvePound Baby GlrlA twelve
pound daughter was born to the wife
of A M McClure 1065 TVent sec
ond street on Tuesday February 22
Will Visit Idaho Foreots E H
Clarke assistant chief of the opera
tion department of the forest service
In Ogden will leave In the morning
for Idaho for a trip through the Wel
ser Idaho and Sawtooth forests
Entertain Tuesday Miss Emma
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Lindsay entertained a number of her
friends at a chafingdish supper on tho
evening of Washingtons anniversary
at her home 2429 Monroe avenue The
evening was pleasantly spent in music
and song and general social recrea
tion A delicious luncheon was served
Manson Expected Superintendent
E C Manson of the Salt Lake division
of the Southern Pacific company Is
expected to return to Ogden tomor
row from Sparks Nevada where ho
has been for more than u week past
in connection with the strike of the
machinists employed in the shops at
that piece
NOTICE TO PLAIN CITY
RESIDENTS
There Is a great show on at the
Orpheum this week and tho lato
special will run after the perform
ance Saturday night
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CHARGES fRAUD
AGAINST WOMAN
Late yesterday afternoon Deputy
Sheriffs Hutchens and Burke arrested
Mrs Eva Smlthen on the charge of
obtaining money by false and fraudu
lent representations The complain
ing witness Is Nels Sorenson a Twen
tyfifth street pawnbroker According
to Information obtained at the sher
iffs ofllce Mrs Smithon purchased a
piano from tho Clayton Music com
pany of Salt Lako City several months
ago Recently the woman sold the
piano to Sorenson Tho Salt Lake
company claimed that there was 5175
due upon the Instrument and roplev
a fined it from Sorenson The latter
then swore to a warrant for the arrest
of the woman
Mrs Smitheti claims that there was
no intention at fraud upon her part
for she thought the piano had been
paid for Sho Is held at tho sheriffs
office and up to n late hour this after
noon had been unable to secure a
bond
SMAll SUMS SUED
fOR BY CREDITORS
In the civil division of the Munici
pal court this morning L A Martin
commenced suit against Grover C
Gill to recover 17650 alleged to bo
duo 011 a certain promissory note
In the caso of N 0 Ogden vs Mrs
1t E Billings Judgment was ren
dered In favor of the defendant of no
caiisu of action The plaintiff was re
quired to pay the costs of court The
suit was brought to recover 1425
claimed to be flue on an account
Tho Clayton Music company has
commenced an action against M
Sorenson et al to recover possession
of certain real estate and for dam
ages in the sum of 225
Leroy Farley K a are suing J A
Powell for 538G5 alleged to bo duo
on an account
COURTS A fULL
INVESTIGATION
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David EcclesBelieves an Attempt at Blackmail is at the Bottom of
j r t Ian Investigation of Oregon Land Deals in Which
1 f Serious Charges Are Made
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David Eccles whose name Is I
coupled with the land deals in Ore
gon which are to be Investigated by
a federal grand Jury summoned to
meet by United States Attorney Me
Court In Portland on March 1 in an
Interview here today states that there
has been a longsustained effort at
blackmail which may he the underl
ing animus in the accusations direct
ed against the Sumpter Valley rail
road Oregon Lumber company and
the officials of those companies In
cluding himself
I am not surprised at these
charges said Mr Eccles because
during the last two years I have re I
ceived not less than a dozen letters
attempting to secure money from me
by blackmail concerning timber
Tho Sumpter Valloy Railroad com
pany has never owned a single aero
of timer land in the state of Oregon
but ns I am interested In several lum
ber companies In that state which
own land I presume these are the
ones Involved and no doubt some of
the land held by them has been pur
chased from individuals by local man
agers
I know that I have nover person
ally negotiated any such purchases
and I want to say in most emphatic
language that if any company In
which I am Interested has done any
thing contrary to law it is not only
without my knowledge hut contrary
to my direction and well understood
attitude
IOI am quite satisfied that none of
the wrongs charged In the dispatches
have been committed by any person
because I do not believe that I have
In my employ any man who would
knowingly do anything contrary to
law While I naturally skrlnk from pub
I licity In connection with such serious
charges as mentioned In the press
dispatches claiming to come from tho
district attorneys office In Portland
yet so far as my conduct Is concerned
in conenction with these matters I
court tho utmost Investigation
Tho press dispatch referred to
which contains some inaccuracies Is
as follows
Portland Ore Feb 24 Alleged
unlawful acquisition by tho Surapter
Valley railway and the Oregon Lum
ber company of the major part of
100000 acres of valuable timber land
in Baker county will be the subject
of official Inquiry by the federal grand
Jury which has been summoned to
meet by United States Attorney JIc
Court on March L
David Eccles of Ogden Utah pres
ident and manager of the lumber com
pany W H Eccles son of the Ogdon
man president and general manager
of the Summer Valley railway and
tho other officers and stockholders In I
the three corporations will figure In
the Investigation From the district
attorneys office it Is learned that time
alleged Improper acquisition of pub
lic lands began as early as 1898 and
continued until about two years ago
In all the scheme is said to Involve
about 900 entries
LAURANT IS
PLEASINfi IN
MA6IC
Laurant the man of many mys
teries with ono of the best evenings
In magic seen in Ogden In a number
of years entertained about fifteen
hundred people at tho Weber academy
last night Tho magician afforded
one of the best entertainments that
the Weber academy lecture course has
had in many mouths
Laurant Is ono of those clean re
fined magicians that wins the audi
ence the minute he steps before them
He Is different from the usual talking
prestidigitators in that he is a cul
tured man and refrains from the use
of slang or remarks that are offens
ive to ladies and children In many
oC his tricks he had children go on
the stage and assist him much to
their delight and that of the audience
as well All tho children whom Lau
rant called upon were treated with
respect and were not made the ob
ject of ridicule as is usually the case
with magicians
Tho most complete apparatus and
paraphernalia over carried by a
magician is carried by Laurant
Every trick or act Is a good ono and
interesting and there are about fifty
of them oH opens the entertain
ment with a series of handkerchief
tricks followed by a number of amus
ing tricks with rings and watches
Sorrowed from the audience
The third part of the entertain
ment is the magicians supper which I
consists of making steaming hot cot
too from coffee beans milk from
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rice and sugar from rice The cof
fee is served to people in tho audi
ence A largo quantity of candy is mado
from a vessel fcmtalnlng branIt
was real candy lor it was given to
the children His Illusions with a
canary and a duck were cleverly
done From a small paper top tam
bourine ho extracted a number of
pieces of silk which ho rolled In a
bunch and made an American flag
Tho entertainment closed with tho
Hindoo mysterious cabinet trick
which was successfully executed
I A feature of tho evening was the
music furnished by the Weber acad
emy band under the direction of
Prof E W Nichols Tho boys
rendered a number of selections in
cluding patriotic airs that were re
ceived with applause The band is a
great credit to the Weber academy I
as well as the city of Ogden
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VAGRANTS
IN POLICE
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COURTI
Four ablebodied men were ar
raigned before the municipal judge
this morning charged with vagrancy
all but one pleading not guilty
Martin Henry stated that he was
broke and of course would have to
plead guilty to vagrancy The other i
men William Taylor Thomas OBnen
and Peter Jeffries denied that they
were cage but the testimony giv I
en brought out the fact that tho had
no visible means of support They I
wore declared guilty of the offense
and all were given an opportunity to
leave the city Instanter
Charles Burton the unfortunate lad
who smashed the pawn shop win
dow Tuesday night was again be
fbrc his honor and again tho court
decided to withhold sentence until
some future time The court stated
that It did not know what should be
done with the boy
Tim Kelly pleaded guilty to the
charge of drunkenness and was sen
tenced to pay a fine of 5 or go to
jail for a period of five days
Cubic Lacy should have been in
SHE QUIT
But It Was a Hard Pull
It is hard to believe that coffee will
put a person In such a condition as
It did an Ohio woman She tells her
own story
I did not believe coffee caused my
trouble and frequently said I liked
it so well I would not and could not
quit drinking It but I was a miserable
sufferer irom heart trouble and nerv
ous prostration for four years
I was scarcely able lo bo around
had no energy and did not care for
anything Was emaciated and had a I
constant pain around my heart until
I thought I could not endure it For
months I never went to bed expect I
ing to get up in tho morning I felt
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as though I was liable to die any
time
Frequently I had nervous chills
end the least excitement would drive
sleep away and any little noise would
upset me terribly I was constantly
getting worso until finally one time
Ic came over me and I asked myself
whats the use of being sick all the
time and buying medicine so that I
could Indulge myself In coffee
So I thought I would see if I
could quit drinking coffee and get I
some Postum to help me quit 1
I made It strictly according to direc
tions and I want to tell you that
change was the greatest step In my
lifo It was easy to quit coffee be
cause I had the Postum which I now
like better than the old coffee
Ono by one the old troubles left
until now I am in splendid health
nerves steady heart all right and
tho pain all gone Never have any
more nervous chills dont take any
medicine can do all my housework
and havo done a great deal be
sides
Read The Road to Wellvllle In
pkgs Theres a Reason
Ever Read the Above Letter A
new one appears from time to time
They are genuine true and full of
human Interest
court to answer the charge of be
ing unlawfully drunk but he was
noL Ills ball ° f 5 was declared for >
felted
E C Rockwell under the charge
of mendicancy acknowledged to the
court that ho is a beggar He was
sentenced U pay a fine of 510 or
servo ten days In Jill
OPENING Of THE
fOREST RESERVES
More than onefifth of the Wasatch
national forest will bo eliminated
from tho public domain If President
Taft approves the actlon of Supervisor
Robert V R Reynolds who has recommended
ommended that 09410 acres of the to
tal area of 319000 acres In the forest
bo taken out of the forest and opened
to entry The action has been un
proved by the district office at Ogden
The tract to bo eliminated Is known
as the Vernon division and lies In
the southeast corner of Tooele coun
ty It has been utilized for grazing
purposes by a number of small cattle
men operating under permits from
tho forestry service Twice annually
100000 head of sheep are herded past
tho land kept out by tho patrols of
rangers Tho opening of this land
will raise a howl of protest from cat
lemon who have long regarded It as
their own range None of tho land
Is good for anything but grazing
As the grazing season opens about
April 1 rapid action on the recom
mendation of Supervisor Reynolds has
been urged and It is likely that such
action will be taken as quickly as
possible Until final action Is taken
by the government free grazing privi
leges will be extended to cattlemen
and the forest rangers will patrol the
tract as heretofore
PUllMAN COMPANY
LAUNDRY WORK
K E Morgan of Chicago who re
cently bought tho Model laundry es
tablishment In Salt Lake has taken
the contract for all of the laundry
work for the Pullman company In the
Salt Lake district Beginning March
1 Salt Lake will be the supply base
for the car company and linen stocks
for the sleeping cir service will be
furnished from Salt Lake Instead of
Ogden
The Pullman company Is the largest
laundry patron in the country and tho
local contract amounts to many thou
sands of dollars a year Heretofore
the laundry work has been done on
contract and for the last few years
It has been done In Ogden
K B Morgan the new owner of time
Model plant Is probably the largest
laundry owner and operator In the
country He has plants In New York
Boston Buffalo Now Jersey Cincin
nati Chicago St Louis Salt Lako
and Los Angeles and each of these
plants has contracts cith the Pullman
company for their respective districts
fiNED 20 FOR
SPEEDING AUTO
The case of the state vs James Hon
ey on the charge of exceeding the
speed limit with an automobile on
Washington avenue and Twenty
fourth street last Sunday was re
sumed In Judge Murphys court thIs
morning Trial was on last Monday
morning but was continued to give
the defendant time to secure wit
nesses for his defense
Superintendent Joseph Ballev of
tho Ogden Rapid Transit company
was the complainant and ho testified
that Honey drove his machine on the
day mentioned in the complain and
at the place designated at a ralo of
speed not less than fifteen miles nn
hour The defendant with two ollar
witnesses testified that the macline
was not going faster than six nukes
an hour
After duly considering the matter
tho court decided that the stole low
regarding the speed of vehicles on
the highway had been violated and
Honey was sentenced to pay a fine of
20 or go to Jail twenty days
Metal Market
London Fob 2iBar silver closed
weak at 23 3Sd per ounce
New York Job 25CopperDull
standard spot and March 2 7S1
13 1S
Silver 50 34c
Citizens of Ogden
Doost for your city by using OG
DEN MADE FLOURIt costs you no I
more and every sack you use is a
boost for your town
In that way you make a Chicago
of Ogden Ogden MIlMng d Ele
vator Co
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Are You an Ogden Booster I
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Then get the ORPHEUM HABITo Only two more nights j
this week to see a great show t
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Matinee Saturday 2 e 15 i
Prices tOe 15c and 25c
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A GOOD TO TRADE
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I Profitable Shop 0
Li ping Tomorrow ja
EI The list published here last night gives a
I the best offering at this store today
and tomorrowAlready this morning
crowds were seeking out the different
advertised items and tomorrow we Q
expect greater crowdsSee last nights
I f nights
Q THE WHITE SALE
including all of the white goods for dresses for U 1
girls who graduate The June bride and summer dresses
in general The reductions apply to the regular stock
Main floor
WHITt MUSLIN SKIRTS
I white muslin rtswitb cambric topsdust r =
I ruffles wide flounce of embroiderysee them in tho = J
window Regular stock values which sold for 350 The
sale price is 198 Second floor
I t WI1T FD GLOVES
I offering three lines of gloves at savings Ladies
I 16button Perrins 350 value for i 29S Short gloves
pique stitchthat stitch which shows on the outside and
wears so well 100 values for 9S < Main floor
I SAP DRESS SKIRTS 1111
these skirts are the same styles which will be
shown this summer The fact that they were used as IT
samples is not a disadvantagebut this fact gives you
1t9J an advantage in price of about one third Second floor
Children Wool Dresses
for girls of6 to 1 years These are really well
made and stylish models In some cases the goods and
trimmings would cost as much as we ask for the com
pleted garment Second floor
LONG AONAS
long luxurious garments in a variety of styles
cheaper
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TRANSFERS
OF REAL
EST A IE
The following real estate transfers
were recorded with the county re
I corder
Arizona Trust Development com
pany to Kryn Van Kampen part of
lot 1 lock 2 plat B Considera
tion 1050
Joseph II Hill and wife to Dlen
wertyo Koldewyn lots 18 and 19
block 2 Mountain View addition Con
sideration 100
Joshua F Parsons and wife to Wil
liam G Fielding part of lot 2 block
34 pat C Consideration 1300
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I Charles G Parker and wife >
Thomas B Storey part of the norm i
east quarter of section 23 township 7
north of range 1 west Considera
tion 400
L B Best and wife to JFirlo Ivan
part of lot 3 block 19 plat A Con
sideration 1590
John S Corlow and others as trus
tees of Ogden Lodge No 2 Knights
of Pythias to Sarah A Turner part
of the east half of lot C block 29 plat
A Consideration 950
Peter Jensen and wife to Andrew
S Erlckacn part of the ooutbrnt
quarter of section 8 and part of the
southwest quarter of section 9 town
ship G north rango 1 west Considera
tion 12760
Andrew S Erlckson and wife to Pe
ter Jensen all of lots 3 4 and 5 block
2 Cropseys addition Consideration
2250
Hoken Olsen and wife to Robert M
Burch Jr the east half of lots 2 and
3 block 19 plat A Huntsvllle Con
slderatlon 700
Holmlno N Conger to Murcarrt
Huntor part of lot 12 block 10 South
Ogden Survey Consideration ltift
I I AGAIN TONIGHT 1
ELKS MINSTRELS
I ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR I
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OUR rwiIERHT SYSTEM
COMMANDS RESPECT
No one is permitted to graduate
from the
06DEN BUSINESS COLLE6E
Until he attains a certain
STANDARD OF PROFICIENCY
Credits in all branches of study aro given only when a
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student makes a grade of 86 per cent in written examination
If you have ability attend this school and it will be rec
ognized
ONLY ONE THING COUNTS and that is MERIT
WILLIAM PUGH President
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