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■MWMMRMRm AMKKKAN IIOMKI* Rl IWAVI rOH HKTTKIt AMKKH AN IIOMKNB*^ FRIDAY-SATURDAY SPECIALS— —no C. O. D. or phono order*; on ato a purchftnep—thwte special*. e*cept t>al>y walker or waxinjj outfit, will not he delivered; can l>e e**ily taken by purchaser. M 5 patterns fjj?\ f) f —Jk FILET NET -os*z~ff 29® Sun.- . y **• —wnodrn toy alrplana. FrnpaJ tOV sweepor— -whll. or uni oultir ni»t n«t. t« ravolvaa whan t%gk rn .-it.. m..-ll a— r-« ,r rhotra of amall «r ma- plan* la '""J™" /III* "ITMI2 tor OAA llum al«» patlarna Widthl« »'"»•« 0 , n ,1 h ,* ZUL I.ltUf nil>y to* «||f ||w \m •(>#<-t*l prlo.nl for •Irfnar Ipwlll Frl- ■■VW ' «»*?'*' rrt " Jvv Friday -Saturday. *»« r«rd 4»r . ???' . .Vl'a' n'TIIrNT _J V MAIN rtxHiH / TOT PBTAftTMENT ' ,i i^l, t ———7— —>j , »nver - plated #alt and peppors_ Assess —«• M«a«i4iir 3-piece waxing outfit— Old ffnKlUh wa*ar aa plrturad. for CaOR n»ii*«T'' < *p T .A^LiPi, ln« -d floor.; 1 K ... ran Waal y ° fif''Vpoctjl Frl- gjl pt. ran lUi(hti.n«r which Imurx a >»•*• Jar- •»«iur>l«r VB In* polish. I>nnr prlea 14 s#. .paelai __ LW »r.p *t HAjT Ftlday-Halurday. I plaraa oon,Plata. VSTJCI i X . THIKP fUX)R J V MA IK FUJO H ________J ——l ' > the no-handle bag baby walker: SPEClAL —dlaapp«ar<n« hand!* oonoaalad m AP —natural rintahad hah* watkar. A m AP and forked tnald* whan not in >U 7J I t«ht wclaht and -aally pushad 11 Wfj u»» Bwmu atralloc Full l«ath- ~m m about by La by whan l«*raln« to ~ I ar co»hid». l*atb»r Unad. Spacial walk Varr apodal prlrod IMlar- Jb"" prlrcd Friday-Saturday Saturday . SBTOKD FLOOR MEKAfwu FLOOR / thls'dial g®nulno"~Dictograph 6-U. electric uon— "~"® head pbon aa— rrtday-BaturAay ootr " $995 .*• rR« «. a** P~ -*m OKMJ.^ mk +—* at a Tartabf con. "fU^ . ■■■!.. .iU. m 6m*m. f%*o motar or a n.««ia» prlaa Btalafa'd .-Ib. luarantMd. prlea ll—, pW«raA. day-fl«turday. |M |ILM Frlday-»aturdar. L—MAi» L_MA» """" m. iu>i s~Kr- StandarAffiflpimitTzreCa J3.. ' •CSIMUSMIO- WSfIjPW ■<>•«« S&KJJbI Many Students at business College OTTAWA, Ontario. Nor. •.—Dur ing I*ll there wa* an enrollm»nt of l».iW student* at private business coll**-"* In Canada, according to a eta'ernent lasued by the bureau of statistic* ————_ • French Police Get After the Gypsies PARIH. No*. I The police iMfin a round-up of all the Gypsies In FYance Many famous criminals are operating disguised u Gyp*!** and tho police hope to catch them all. "VIM" AND "PEP" There la a flam, eafarrh, kl4s«7 ratiaf If yaw do kl liana atta«»kaf not plenty Are yo»i auhfeet fa f«l4aV af " Vlaa M anil Ha*e yaa kap# af «ain- In* year sltf-llaa atrvßftii Are yaa raa kealtkf n f I»« yaw know that the anly Tlrr4 ant f way la permanently rid yonr- Nerrea n»~ V * aetf af three Iron hlr a la Is »lUi •lrslyf Iriatr the rawerf Da yea fwl r>« yaa kaaw tkat many af akaky all orrrf Dr WPv ' «kr ean4lfl«na wklrk formrrly Ara y • pw required Hi* knife ran new b# wwillf a i kandled mllrflr aatlafarlarlly Ha yaa kara lftMA/'y/ nlihoui tke knife. thna ellml [ fkat "all gene" v ' ' aallßf the ■■Mlbrtlr, all ark. feellns when arar tlaaue with all lla raflea yaa gH up la nfrvoaa annoyaneea fa be rar tke aemlngf Hf4 fke reet a# yaar Ufa, and Da yew «rt kaapltal earef up depreeeed, («lta Nature a «*hanoe» aaalet law - •plrltfd, her la the rlakf way, asi aat af aortef Watnre will aarrly rare yaa. Da yan *et Your enee la na waree eaa nkana(«d and mo! br worae—lkan htindreda M plsfe4 aat" after rfry llttla of athrre vrka have eome la na effort f and regained Haa It k and Ara yan trauhled wltk head- *trea«th ky aur Natural treat arkr, neuralala, palna la tka mmt. Jala la and m uer leaf Keep yaar "Vtm" and Tfp* 4 Da yaw hare dyapepala. krart- np fa normal and yaw will not kara, kaleklnjc, ara a In tka how- ha awhjaat fa all tka rkranlr ela, aour atomarkf dlaardrra tkat "kuaan fleah la Da yaw auffrr from rkrwmn- krlr la." Nrwrat mrthoda, morr laetln* rrawlta far tkr mora arrlona nllmrnta af tkr Throat. I.anna, hfomarh. Heart, Inteaflnea, Hlaad. Rk»wmntlam, Tuherruloela, all pwa wmHHlana, Ftlrl* Allmrafe, *kln lllaeaaea, l*aralyala. Itronrklfla, Aathma, Krrvoua Dlaordrra aad all t% ruknraere. >o knife. V OXYOLINE 1 TMK VAII H4I, HI.OOD Ff'Hinifffl. A rondanard Mountain air trratmrnl far rkraala dleraaea. BREATH la the maater-k fj of pnrlflrnfUNl and I'I'RB Hl.OOfi la l,li ic. Wr fffvs fkla frentment frre af eatra ekar«« ta all wka take awr regular rowrae. He partleularl; eollelt thoar ao-enll«d "liieiirahle" «naea. or fkear rnara In wklek It la rlolmrd tka* notkln* knt thr knlfr will ke of any hrneftt. It will mat yan nothing lo find nut what I •an do far yon. DR. M. C. MACV lO<h Year 1504 Third Avenue, Corner Pike Street Unemployed Ask Free Barbering CAMRERWF.LX. EII«. Nor. %>— Uxal unemployed have raquexted the board of guardian* to engag* two ' barbers to ft hare them free of char (a I And It's Drawn by the Mules of *96 HomSHAM, F:ng„ No*, t.—A fire engine built In ITM la still In active i here, but some of the rltlsen* I want modern eoutpm.nt The old en irlne la drawn by donkey*. Perfume Aids in Thief's Capture HI <"NTI NOTON, W. Nov. I flare perfuma In a tiny rial waa lha cause Of the downfall of Aiah Maura. negro, of Huntington. Tha local police department waft baffled with the report of a robbery In tha home of Mm. T. Goldstein, here, laftt April. The only clue waa a email handkerchief on which a drop of a bottle of scant stolon during tha robbery, had been placed Recently a police detartlva sniffed the air and placed a hand on tha ' nhotilder of a colored man who waa pa/wing him. Macad on trial. Moor a eonfeaand tha burglary and today ta beginning hi* •>t retch" of aaren year* In tha | penitentiary. Reduce Your Fat Without Dieting Teara ago the formula for fat re duction *i< "diet"—"esxrele. " To day It I* "Take Marmola l'r«acrlp tlon Tahteta" Frlemla tell friend* I —th»*e frl'nd* tall othera. They eat auhatan'lal food, lire *a th»v like *nd at 111 reduce »teadlly and aeally without going through long alege* I of tlreaom» e>arcl*e nnd atarratTon diet. Mnrmoln rre»crlptlon Tablet* are (old by all drugglata the world orer at one dollar for a caae. ot If I you profer yon can order direct ■ from the Marmola On. 4(11 Wood- I ward A»a., Detroit. Mlrh. Painless Extraction of Teeth Free From 9 to 11 Special for M Daya—- am f\t\ Met of Teeth. SJ«UU A real apeclnllftt In rharp of our . Pinto Ih purliiient Gold Crowns, A * i\t\ tin H.UU fladlographa tha only reliable method of knowing tha exa/it condi tion of your teeth. Ona X ray fraa Our treatment of pyorrhea la ooft aldered the beat; f2 per tooth. In Ona Location for 11 Tears BOSTON DENTAL CLINIC UMH Second Arenas THE SEATTLE STAR On "Hell Ship" Alaska Salmon Field s Are Stripped Reap Harvest Without Sowing Seed Fish Trap Is Source of Big Waste What the Grand Jury Found in Probe *** # * ♦ * * * Max stern nawipapar man, haa wrlttan for Thr Star and alalar pa par* • vivid daarrlpllon of a trip br took on an Alaakan aalmon ►hip Tha horror* of tha "hall ihl|»" ara brought Noma In Htarn'a forrafol *tyla I'feradlng rhfiplrra found him, a mrinhar of tha "I hhia*a gang." »»i Ilia way North Tha saa haa baa*i haa\y, tha food l» unfll for human* and tha day* dr*g on In andla** nil wry Throat* ara dry for lark of wator. A n*k plgaon follow* tha *hlp and la ragardail aa an oinan of 111 lurk Hut lha *1*1) provad bud and Ilia ahlp undartakar had no lurk. Htam dl»ro»- ara ha'* alck barau** varmln laava him. Hark »t l**l raaiha* rauiiary domlnatad Alaaka rounlry and man ara takrn a* lion • A *lrk pup I* uurord but an *g*d Mallran I* Irft lo d|a. Itoooi* In hunkhouaa *o low man can't *tand up. Wratrhad mil look I* daapalrlng. Man finally gat rhancr lo hatha Tha aama douhla standard an I*l* hara aa aboard *lilp and man work ritra to gat laft-ovar dalitarla*. htarn plan* lo rarapa Finally arrangaa for grtaway and laavaa After aarrlng ronipany two month* ha owaa iham 114 KS. Kind* ha muat work al anothar rannrry I# day* to await arrival of mail *hlp. la gtvan saal at "whlta" labia.—Kdltor. BY MAX STERN Tha aalmon packers of Alaska ara killing tha fish that lay tha goldan spawn. Yaar* of prodigal waat* of this graat natural rasouraa by tha ran nary man ha** raaultad In a startling ■ Inrraasa In tha apart**, and thl* yaar Looting ths deep. The iniquitous purse seine at work. Thut device more than any other one thing is depleting the salmon field* of their golden treasure. the area of both A la# Van and fedetal (imninMßti Iwn b«o turned in unlaw tmri) t sHoattoo tlwr ao longer can unm Thar* to matiA tn same affinal quart# r» of rinsing tha almsa fields entirety tar * perVod of fear y*arm . rtfle eoast. Martins la ths Itaora manto river. haa gradually fallowed Iha "easy pickings" northsrard. I'uget Sound, southnaatorn Alaska, i-antral Alaska. and finally ,h * Itehrlng aaa and Bristol bajr h«»a all mad* (hair salmon mlliu»alrae. IHODTCT M I'KK CKNT Or INVKWTMKNT With tha general potior of the BnAnm who "Attar as tha detoga." thaee parkin heve sklmmad tha cream and toft tha milk, with tha reaalt that thla food, of wondarful food propartlaa. la Ilka ljr tn follow tha buffalo. tha aaa ottar and tha whala Into Umbo Ralman canning has paid. By tha taas of tha chaapaat lahnr. by Im pressing Into service antiquated wind Jammers that no ether Industry has use for and bv general makashtft potior, tha salmon pachera have built op an Industry that Is very attraottee to capital t quote from a report of the territorial flah commis sion of Sill: "For many rears the value of tha annual production (salmon! haa bean more than to par cent of the Invest ment and at times aa high aa It par cent. Onl.niTN IIARVKRT WITIIOIT HOW INO "Altho serious msaaa havs occurred at tlm»e. the nst profits have bean attractive." In lttO thai* waa Invested (••.- 4*l.lit In the salmon Industry tn Alaska, and the valus of the product was |ll,<4l,tlt, or about to per cant of the Investment The ftwedlah fisherman had re. minded me that the salmon gams Is a game of harvcat reaping without the expense of sowing time. Instead of conserving this natural mlns of wealth, ths packsrs havs laid to and have haen aa wasteful as were the timber barons and oil kings be fore them. ThT use fish traps and prtrae aelnea. they havs dsalroyad oountlsss numliers of good food fish and da spits anything thsy can say to ths contrary, thay have wasted right and left. Ths natural result la that Alaska, the great grsb-bag for Am sr. loan capital, l a gradually beonmlng empty of her "gold fish " School Teachers, Attention Are you going to havs a Thanksgiving day program of history, recitations, readings, patriotic •xsrcloes. etc., In your c!#ssroom? Tha Mar's bureau la prepared to halp you. A flvepaga bulletin, tlvlng tha history of Thanksgiving day. not only In Amerloe. but Its snclent and madlasval origins and methods of oelebrstlon, together with a suggratsd progrsm of recitations, rsadlngs, etc.. has Oeen prepared by our bureau In Washington from tha bast sources nbtslnsblr. and will be mailed you free on raoslpt of the coupon below. HlrnpTy fill It out. Inclose postage and sand It to the address *lven. * And of course any reader Interested In the origin and history of the Thanksgiving custom, or a program of axcrclsaa for the day. la <iually welcome to the bulletin. Washington Bureau, The Seattle Star, 1*22 New York Ave., Washington, D. C. I want a copy of your THANK HO IT INO DAT FROORAM, and Inrloae four oants In stamps for postage Street and No- ............ KUte i In tha Bristol Ray raglon tha sal 1 mon moth ara ara holding their own In tha farm of thla wast*. but In Houthaaatarn Alaska tha aatrh haa [ bran falling off *o fa at of lata that • lh* i-annarl»» *ra »lthsr closing down or in muklst time ftaaa etolly. The total catch at itUkl atiwi last year waa I'.HI.IIL Im lIM It w%» tt.ete.ttt. This la a iMNM tm a single year of aprroitmataly <t »er canti Mmllarly In 1M« tha park waa 4.41ft.441 nana valued at IM.Mt.- IM, a decrease andar 111* of I*4. lit - 1111 in and railing off to rwrecua of t7.11t.10. On tha flrat of April «* thla yaar a commission. hsade-1 by 0®». Son*t O Bona and Including CI D. Oar field of Juneau. J. H. Da viae of Ketchikan. H K Kllgwnrth of Raw ard. and Oalvla Itasetott of Cordova, raallatng tha need of some action tn tha face of tha diminishing "silver horde." filed a report following a earsful Investigation otTOnmiiso IN BUtMIO) "A. rarlaw of past operation* and a careful survey of tha present «dt uatlon brings a aocrloUon that tha aroiwtorful struggle of tha spades foe maintenance haa fall ad hare, aa It haa elsewhere, when ax plaited be yond the limit of endurance." aays the report of tha aalmon Industry "Thla oondltlon brings squarely before ua the neceealiy for drasllo action stopping over-flahlng and con fining npmlloM to the limit of vie- Ible eupply. "Just what proportion of the rune have been taken in the peat for oora morula] purposes la Impossible to de termlne, but It haa been far beyond the proper limit aa ts readily aeen by tha constant diminution of tha supply " Ellsworth, with whom I talked In Reward, wma In favor of rJoalng all the aalmon fields for four years, but It la more prohahle that tha flahlng area or seaaon will ha limited or the pack ourtalted, rather than the In dustry sntlrely suspended The decline of tha aalmon catch Is. of oourse. due to the same thing that has brought shout the scandalous labor situation that I had found In tha Chinese gangs of Alaska greed Two years ago the Alaskans held a grand Jury hearing al Vsldes. headquarters for the Third or West em division ot Alaska. Native fish srmsn there testified that they had aeen a whole llghtarful of 1 Ml.ooo silver salmon dumped Into Bristol bay. HA I.M ON ROTH AND IH DIBCAWDBD There Is no doubt that In prao tlrally all ths 21 oannerlss In Bristol bay a m»rrih*r of tM grand Jury l told mt. fxnl food fish had da atroyad In larga quant itlaa. Tha raa-1 mm for thin I* that cartaln aalinon. that tn tha rad aalmon. brines a hlghar tnarkai prlo*. and tha cli**r>ar vnrl*U*a tra allowed to nil In th* nun whlla Oia oannary maablna* war* busy putting up tha rada Thla yaar In Falaa I'aaa. In oaotral Aliiaka, I aaw two Japanaaa aland In* knaa-daap In a llghlarful of aal mnn pawing out flah that had b* roina aaft (mm Irtni In tha aun. Un til thalr arm* anhed. CINN THAI' IN NOI KCR »K W AHTK Tha flah trap la ona of lha bigg**' anuroM of food wul*. Tha darlc* ra •julroa a pU*-drlv*r and la too a* inoialv* for any hut tha bin f*nnar- In* to Inatall. At tha mouth* of rlwri thay ar<- built and Into thi-lr rnashaa *r» sonopad avrry aort of flah. whathar rad aalmon or nthar kind All ar« lokdad Into tha ll*htar and thoaa not uaad are dumpad Into tha watar H la aald that on« trap will eatch as many Hah aa 10 aalmon *alnsrs Tha puraa aaltia la Woraa. A tug or powor boat hooka onto an #n manaa sma'l maahad naf and aur round* a hlo ara*. Than tha hot torn a ara drawn In br a allP ropa and avarything In that araa 1* haulad Into tha cannary. In Karfuk Imy I found th* fl*h«r man of thra* aannarlaa had at ruck barauaa a oannary ualng Auatrlan flahrrman had brok*n up tha aalmon runa wtth pores satnai and had ooro plalalr demoralised tha field. Tha waata IB tha carnertoe Um» ■all ii I wma to learn abont aa tha first day of tha great king aalmoa aatnh. Wa vara told to report at tha oannarr at It o'clock to halp put up tha fish. and T waa to vat ray flrat aiparlanoa aa a aalmon rannar (Mara Toanorrowl CORNS Lift Off with Fingers ] i) L Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a llttla "Kreesone" oo an aching corn. In stantly that oorn atupa hurting, than ahortly you lift It right olf with flngere. Truly! Tour drugßlat aalla a tiny bottle of "FYeewine" for a few cents, aufflcisnt to nmon every hard corn, aoft corn, or #orn b»lwr»n the toes, and tha celluaaa, without an ran "aa or Irrita tion.—Advertisement. For Cold*, Inftuonza and as a Provonttvo v yPj Imxmihfo I (Br onto ] KpuinineJ tmklmts The First and Original Cold and Grip Tablet The box bean thla signature 30c. HOUSE°/BARGAINSJ DEPARTMENT STORE®, Y—.ylr* 141011-23 FIRST AVE -jfegjg 7 Bargains Attract The wurce** of th!« new store proves that Seattle folkw were waiting for a "Store of Bargain*." Two big floor* filled with dependable merchandise. Plain fixture*, big stocks, low rent, all spell ertinonucaJ oper ation of which our customers get the benefit. We are growing fa*t and growing on bargain*. Drop in and we Seattle'* New Department Store. 6 PAIRS OK MEN'S SOCKS. * 1 Cf\ SPLENDID QUALITY, FOR «PI.JU w« |trf you the rnaniifA<r ttirrr** gumrmntr* fit *rl tktig I bat *l* pnirii of OIMM nxk* wUJ IMI you HIX MONTH# Hmgl* piln, 24*. MEN'S ALL-WOOL SOCKS 20 C MEN'S FINE NECKTIES, fiA. " WORTH fl.oo OUC 500 MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS, Q|- WHILE THEY LAST MEN'S FLANNEL NIGHT GOWNS AND PAJAMAS - «P I .UU BOYS' ALL-WOOL SCHOOL AND *A Afi DRESS SUITS &*•&%} BOYS' TWO-PANTS SUITS, OC \ SPLENDID QUALITY "SUMMIT" BRAND ALL-WOOL A Q£ MACKINAW'S. FOR BOYS « TO 17.. 400 piece* Men'* Underwear, two-piece and union, moHtly sample*, In nearly all sizes, will be closed out Jb at less than wholesale cost. SAVE MONEY ON SHOES smart Safin Slipper*, Men'* Dn» Dr*a* Sh<v-x rubber Itaby Iyotil* fcQ *7K ha* la. blucher and KnglUrh laata. her la «t • O Goodyear w.-lta, on QC . . _ . . .. „ »*ry Fperlal Ml*. . Ladl**' Pat*nl Leather I'umi*. gray buck QC Man'a **tra haary C/\ ■trap*, at 90»VD Work Shoe* BOYS' HEAVY-WEIGHT MUNSON (Q Af\ I LAST SCHOOL SHOES ? APRONS, HATS, DRESSES % It doim Fancy Gingham and 1* Polret Twtli Drc—a*. go od Percale Apron*. "7P. *tyle*. worth Sit 00, A/J QJ wbll* tb*y laat., /OC oq a*)* at «I>0»J70 Fin* BUrk V*lr*t Hat Shape.. - worth MM. otoaad *9 QC 'V.VI , TrtotKlnaDraasaa 5Z.95 •• $4.95 J SUM Trimmed Hat* lataat . WE *t) !«a. but only IT #I QC mor last DTMH* ta VARY lat- I IN M. «MO» TP*L*«7TL M *tj>*a, btoaa AND blaeka, 1 > Ladl«W low-o*dtad. Ik ill— *fnbrolder*d aatf trtmmad. I I falM (WI» *1 CA Slt.oo valnw *l9 QC L| flna rlbbad *I*UV far I YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE MONEY IN OUB NO BARGAIN BASEMENT > About 700 yards Silk Remnants, 1 to 7-yard pieces, will be cloNed out at less than half regular values. : quart aluminum QC- "OOD WALFM. plaid tituiuwS Klca Boiler* *JOC Or*y (O OC Blanket* ........ Vm «SIU Taney Cot Olaaa Sugar and Oeamar. * 1 AA MEN'* axtra ftmnf Omnlk. per **t «I.UU whit* olr. fl AA - . on aal* at.. ....... TP 1 *VV Cut Olaaa Watar Pitcher. with *LZ CH Fl»hwrm*n'* DOOMA OtUilrtn glajtm*. for 3>A*DU Apron* closed 75 C Oanuln* Cowhld* I>eatheMln*d out ** ** l " 1 * Traveling Bag*, tn black and Ml*renan*oaa tot Oranttawara 1 brown; wonderful £C QC Cooking and Kitchen OP V value*. Inile.nl, at 9v«vW L'tennlla. closed out itiOC "House of Bargains" | Pet Snakes Save Man From Thieve® PARIS. Nor. »—When Mile*. An gele. Miulo and Francolae du Fresne, enters, set out to rob Henri Prtreur, s wealthy young Algerian, they did not know that he was a snake fan cier. Invited to dinner, he arrlrad with a small basket, which he set In a corner. flying him with drink* until he slept. the girls then emptied his pocket*. Heforn departing with their loot, they opened the basket and three snakes popped their head* out. The *l»tere acraamed. Petreur awak i tied He called the police and tne Klutara landed In a cell. ■ ■ ■ ■ ALL. Ol'R 810 PIANO STORES OPEN TONIGHT TOR YOLK CONVKMKNOB Through ths call of bigger things *«► tr« urged to dispose of our stock of Pianos to acetpt International millinery undertaking:— "setting the style for the world" with La Comtesse Du Barrj Inspiration. Needless to t-ay, we are eager to get foot loose from Pianos and Into the brilliant lights of fa.thlnn forthwith. Take three ) ears to pay for a Piano If you want to —but take one—take a look at one—come night or day, but look, for Du Harry la servliiK music lovers old standard makes of new Pianos for the price of good second-hand one. HKAI'TY UPRIOHTB. GRAND PIANOB. PLAYER PIANOS, 100 PHONOGRAPHS. USKO PIANOS. TAKK ▲ NOTION HAVE A LOOK—HAVE MUSIC Your Opportunity Our Millinery Opportunity DU BARRY PIANO CO. Comer "<»* Oarne, FM and Lnlo,, Lnk,. a,.- THTUHDAY, NOVEMBER 9, T928. Army General Opens Retail Meat Market HOMFTRBT, Knr. Nor I Brt«- Oen. II Orenfell hue opened a retail meat shop here with the object of reducing high price* Councillors Fined for Wrong Books OL.ABOOW, No*. J.—A magistrate and two councillor* were fined 110 each for not purchasing the pre scribed school book* for their chll dran. There were libraries In ancient Kgypt.