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THE SUKANTON TlUBUxNE-TLirKSDAY NOVEMBEK , 20, 1002.
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SCRANTOX, NOVEMBER 20, 1802.
Whatever els? mm may differ about
ris to the consequcncei of tin leccnt
ilpctlons, there seems Id he cub.staiHlul
unanimity of opinion that, piesldentliil
lv sneaking, Colonel Biyun Is now out
Not Open to Doubt.
IN COMMENTING upon the ap
peal mice of Mes-si. LeiLilmn and
O'Etion befotc the Anthracite
Strike commission as legal repie
Bcntnllvca of eeitain non-union vvork
eis, tho Wilkes-Bairc Record says:
Thrift H no mistaking the object of tlio
non-union mlno workers In preentlntr n
rnso of their own to the commission,
Jointly with the United Mine Workers
'.ind tho opcintor. They will want to
know, through the decision of the com
mission, whether or not they s.hall bo
nblo to work nt the mines without helm;
members of a labor 01 (Mutation. This
Is a feature of the Investigation tho
commissioners had not counted upon, nnd
It may lead to complications of an un
Wo cannot assume to say w hat the
t ommlsslonors have or have not-ount-d
upon In this connection; but a cjip
ful leading1 of the piescilpt of the oper
ators assenting to the ei cation of the
commission and defining the tonus up
on which they would abide Us findings
certainly ought to take .tuny any ele
ment of surprise In this quji ter. How
over, the non-union winker may be le
garded whether as a hero, in President
Eliot's opinion, or as a Judas Incariot
or Benedict Arnold, to use the caustic
metaphor of Piesldent Compels he is
in any event a factor pievnt In the
anthracite problem, and theiefote lniv
lns? to be considered.
As to'poshlblo complications, theie
tan be none so lone- as the union inPiu
boi a go no laither than Piesldent Mit
chell Indicated when lie advised against
lawlessness. It is baldly to bo expected
that Intimate and toulial social iela
tlons aie soon to foim between the
union and non-union woi Iters and tlieit
families; all that any reasonable man
has a light to expect and what every
law-respecting citizen lu, moreover,
the right and the duty to demand, Is
th.it whore the law gives men the right
to earn their living without molestation
it shall be entoiced, inespective of
membei ship or non-membership in any
union, lodge or church.
"With the utmost lespect to the com
mission, we do not .see that this riueb
tion Js beroro it in any sense opening
it to doubt. It has been decided by a
power bupeiior een to the learned
commission namely, the constitution ol
the United States.
The fear that the United States would
seize and opeiate permanently the Pan
ama lailroad seems to have caused the
Central Americans moie anxiety than
a dozen i evolutions.
A Solved Problem.
Nil OF the dreams of heMice
Is eeitainly coming tiue, Judg
ing fiom the recent peifoim-
v nn.ee of the submarine toipedo
boat Adder on a test urn In Feconlc
Bay. With eleven men In her hold s-he
, ran with her bottom IS feet below the
surface for thiee houis, dining which
time she covered a l.'-inllo course and
fired a torpedo which stmok an im
aglnaiy enemy squuiely uinidships.
As showing the efllelency of this typo
of boat it should be mentioned that
while specpdlug along under wattr at
the rate of .seven knots the bay sud
denly shoaled ami the ship's bottom
touched. Thete was no onf nsion, A
, tank filled villi water to aid In suh-
merging the -vessel was blown empty,
giving an immediate buoyancy; litr
how lose and &lie sdiot to the huiface
,in a few Micomls. Heie, after icplunMi
ilng her air, the tank was lelllled, and
Safter a delay, of only two minutes alto
gether, jh.iv jhont iis, iigaln spluuing
tnlong under tlio sulfate, u'.uly to tiuklu
t With regjud to the ur supply nt tin
jciew vhlje the boat vyus .subuierh'ed, It
lis ippoited by one of the naval cou
fstiuctois iu the inspecting pail,y as en
Itliely batlsfactoiy, Tojivaid the last It
lKcnmo,'siiffy", lesembUiig that In H
dowded umm without ventilation, but
.for the tluce houis Involved In the test
lit gave nobody -on -board any tiunoy
junce, Jiojt even a, headaclie.
I AVhilo the hiihmailno toipedo boat Is
Jstill In Its ex pet I mental stugo fiom iht
ftandpolut; of Its ilgluing us-utulne-as,
jtlils test of-the Adder seems to establish
Miufjis n in.uter of navigation u h a
I s -
One of the- refonns advocated by
.Kutheiliie Tlugley, tho Theosophlst,
fwho Is just iiv?w the bubject of an an
jmated dlscusslo'ii, 1 the "cstubllshnifnt
Siy'ldw'of a moral and mental, aa well
jis a physical standard, which men find
pvoiueif;'7ntiMt reach befoie being per
jnlttcd to many. Mis. Tlugley says
guch a law s coining. Let It come.
J filter J, Dalluid, n legulaivcdnjjlbu
ilor tcfthaxolumns of Therii'bijnf; lia"
n article In the November number of
plie Piotectlonlst upon "Our Conmier
fSn' ItelitIons with Japan," In which
hr shown that the balance of trade
with the Island empire Is against us,
largely bccntise of the hick of Ameri
can bottoms In which to entry our
goods till ect, most of It being trans
shipped. It Is mi effective argument In
fav;or of the ship subsidy.
Tile piesldent did not linvo any boiler
luck than the lcporteis who were hunt
ing for him.
Credulity and Praud.
AN OPINION of novel Inteiest
and far-i caching consequence
. has been given by the Su
pieme coutt of the United
Stales In tho case of the American
School or Magnetic Healing, of Nevada,
Mo against the postmaster of Nevada,
to pi event the latter from executing
a fiaud order Issued against It by the
The Tacts vvete that the member ot
this Institution who was alone sup
posed to huve the pow cv of healing dis
ease by the "absent treatment" piocess
was not living at Nevada, us the lltei
ature of the "school" Implied, but was
residing at Mnnltou Springs, Col., and
the so-called healing Instructions sent
thiough the malls to putehuseis weie
not sent by him but by n corps of SI
tMiewiilers. Upon this basis of ine
stimable Imposition the postolllce an
thoiltics seized 2ii,000 letters addressed
to the school, stopped the stream ot
$1,000 which was dally pouting Into the
Nevada postolllce and tiled to pioteet
tho inuny ciedulous peisons who were
patting with their money with scant
piospect of getting any other equivalent
than experience. Resistance In court,
to the depuitmcnt's action brought the
whole matter before tho Supreme couit,
which, In an oplnlonjiy Mr. Justice
Peckhani, holds that the postal authoi
Itlcs have no legal light to stop the
malls of any poison or Institution on a
fiuud ordei concerning whoso business
tho allegation of fiaudultncy lests not
on fact but upon opinion. Sus tho
Just to what etent the mental condi
tion affects the body no one can accur
ately and definitely suj. One pef-nn may
believe It of far gicater efficacy than
another, but suielv it cannot he said
that It Is a fraud for ouo person to
contend that the mind hns' an effect upon
the boch' nnd Its physical condition
greater even than a vast majority of In
telligent people might he willing to ad
mit or believe. Rven Intelligent people
may, and, Indeed, do, differ among
themselves as to the extent ot this men
tal I'ffi'ct. Because the complainants
might or did claim to bo able to eltect
cuies by leu'-on of working upon and
affeetlnif tho mental powei. of the In
dividual, and diieutlng them toward the
M eomplishmcnt of n cure of the dNcnse
under which he might be suncrlng. who
cun sav tint it U a fiaud or a false pre
tence or piomlse within the meaning of
the statutes? How can any one lay
down the limit and say bc.vond that theie
aie fiaud and falve pt deuces? The bill
in this ca1-,. nvois that tho-e- who have
ljuMnc-s with the complainant aie satls
llid with their method of trcatini'it and
aie cntlielv willing that the money they
sent Mioula be dt'livoied to the complain
ant?. In other words, they seem to have
l.iltli in tho etlicacv of the loinplalnaiits'
tie.itmi'iit and in theti ability to heal as
claimed lv them. If they tail, the an
swer iulf,hL he that all human nuaus
of ti catmint are also liable to lull, and
will ucccssailly fall when tho uppointrd
time ariive". Their Is no claim thai tho
treatment bv tho complainants will al
ways succeed. As the itteitlv flics of
almost any partlculai method of tiiat
ment of disease is, to a more or less
extent, n. fruitful souice of difference of
opinion, even though the gunt majoilty
mnv he of one wiv of thinking, the
efficacy of any special method is ceitaiu
lv not n matter for the decision of the
postmaster general within these itntutos
relative to traud. t'nlcs the question
may be reduced to one of fail, as dls
thii'Ulshid lrom inem opinion, wo think
these statutes cannot be Invoked lor
the puiposc of stopping the delhei "of
Having the assent of the hlghfst
conn, although, as a matter of Pact,
Justices White and MiKenna dissented,
this must be assumed to he the law.
Rut it is, vve think, a veiy unfortunate
law, the piaetlcul effect of which will
be to tiid mateilully In the lobboiy of
the ciedulous by sluupeis who aie moi
ally less entitled to the use and facility
of the malls than the gicen goods dealer
or the gold blick swlndlei. TI13 logic
of this opinion, especially In view of
the gt owing tendency to view facts In
tin Christian Science manner as hav
ing no existence othei than by imagin
ation, would speedily destioy all sale
guaids nt the mails, since the question
of fraud must always be to some de
sire a matter of opinion, even tho ex
istence of a fact In evidence being nee
eisailly a matter of opinion.
It Is to be hoped that congiess will
soon take up the question of the post
master genoial's tiutlioiity to ipgulate
the malls nnd enact a eleaily defined
series of piovislons whlcli shall leave
this Impottant matter In as little doubt
as possible. This Is decidedly disliablu
fiom many standpoints,
And now Holt Collier must feel very
much like a wtud politician who failed
to "deliver the goods" on election day.
The State of Ireland,
Tin; chhjk of police of ru
mlugham, Ruglund, has not
ified the luauufncliuci.s ot
small aims lit that elty thuc
win like munitions expoited to pio
clalmed districts In It eland will bo con
fiscated, and that llieanus intended for
oilier paits of the country not specliled
lu that categoty must bo dellnltely
inaiked and uieouuiod tor on the- bill
of lading. This might appear a small
matter since no peison Is pet milted In
li eland to eairy arms or keep them at
homo without u special pennlt or mag
istrate's license. This seveio lesti lotion
of the Impoitatlou of aims with tho
sister count u- shows, however, that the
Rugllsh government appteltends, ir not
a lebelllnn, at least a i evolutional y
ebullition which may lead to hoiIous
consequences. The light to senuh,
seize and convict for the possession of
Individual turns Is ouo of the foimal
and distinctive pieiogatlves or the Itlsh
police. Domkilluty seuieii for anus has
been one of the most exasperating and
ilghtfully obnoxious methods of coer
clvo government to which Ireluud has
been subjected. The englishman's
boundless fnlth In lepiesslve machinery
In Ueuling with his fellow citizens
ucross the channel would be pathetic
were It not so hlsloilcdlly futile und
lamentably Idiotic. Tho iulcl-.-vvltted
Irishman plays on those stupid feurs ot
tho stolid Hilton. If lilslnneu wero
armed to the teeth, all that they pos,
aibly could do Is o pcrpetiato covet t
oiltiages, nmt no possible disarmament
enn pi event these If (he moral sense of
the community Is not set against llicin.
The Irishman sees his condition In the
light of ilia Kilevnuccs, and makes the
worst of It.
. Still It Is possible that tho llngltsh
government Is not taking these piceiut
tlotis without a well founded tippichcn
slon that the slate of li eland Justifies
them. If hot-headed young Itlsltiuen
tire deluded by the example of the Roots
they are ptepailng themselves n heavy
retribution. Theie Is no puinllel In the
social, political or strategic position ot
'the. two coitnttles, The Uocis wcio an
Independent people nnd a military na
tion, and their fate should be a warn
ing. Thete Is tt gutilsun in li eland ot
over fotty thousand legulnr soldleis
nnd an aimed police establishment of
fouitoeii or Itftecu thousand men, not
to spook of n Hoot which In a few hours
steaming could elicumvallate the entire-
country with a wall of tuiieted
Iron. What ran a lehelllon, or any nt
tcnipt nt lehelllon, bring to a country
so situated, but n lotuantlc, If not a
ridiculous humiliation and Industtinl
Nor aie the proceedings of the Itlsh
potllnineulury parly In Die House of
Commons altogether commendable, te.i
sonable, or ntttactlve to lhoo who wish
Ireland well nnd aie as little fascinated
as even Iilshnieu themselves by the
Impel tin bable faith which r.ngllshmcti
put In their rectitude of purpose, In
their good Intentions anil huge fnlluies.
Neither the educated minds of Amoilen
nor of Kin-ope aie tolerant of tho de
llbei.ite mockeiy of paillimientaiy In
stitutions which Mr. Redmond and the
mmo tocklcss of his follow cis aie ex
hibiting In the House of f'ominoiuj just
now. They mo light In believing that
the eyes of tho woild aie upon them,
but It Is less in admliatloii than In pity
that such an Immense amount of en
ergy should be wasted In such an ex
hibition, of political Inanity. Duilngthe
past twenty yeais li eland has not had
a week's lest. How can any countrv
make inuteii.il piogiess under such con
ditions? "Let them consider,"' wrote
Mnthew Arnold, one or the tiupst and
most dislnteiested fi lends I i eland ever
had, "th.it new Ideas and fences aie
stilling in England; that day by da.v
these new ideas and foices gain in
power, and that eveiy one of them Is
the filend of the Celt and not his
enem.v." These new ideas and Jones
have no time to mutiue. They ,uo
desiccated by a dellbeiate peiveislon of
the highest constitutional piivilegcs
that the lepiosentntlves of a fiee piuplp
have ever onjoved.
Kligl.ind and li eland aie Inextiic.ibly
bound up with each other. So long as
Iiishmeii continue to legaid the fatal
ism of her histoiy as the me.ihiue nt
her immediate political gilevances s i
long will she fall to lecelve the Impie-n
ol that mittiia! pioaiess or which she
so sadly st,m,s jn n,,uti, . i,(ii( an,i
eompiehenshe land bill the Rngllsh aie
willing and agi to concede. Its com
plement is a Catholic unlvcisilv. liMi
Piotestants have their state uidowed
unlvetsltles; why should not the liish
I'atliolic, who constitute thieo-toiuths
of the population, have a "iniilai iiiHti
tiitlon? This is ,t genuine and a pi esslng
giJevauce. Home Rule will come in tlnif.
It is the mlsfoitune ot every consider
able concession to liish .imitation that
England has made that it comes a i eit
tuiy or a genei.ition too late. Uie.a
constiucthe act-, of statesmanship aie
the oltspting of a libenal national edu
cation. Mi. Gladstone tainillai i.ed his
caunti.vmen with the Idea of Home
Rule as a measim' of piaitical politic.
He did not eouveit them to tlie essen
tial justice and equity of ils dispen
sation. Since hl.s death the liish nai-'
llainenluiy pal ty seem to be engaged
In dellbeiately steeling the lu-aits ol
the Rugllsh people again -.t the me-iest
notion of it, and pioving to the woild
that their imiiuijineu are uiiwoithv
Ahum Is piobably also felt in Lunduii
that the defeat ot the W.uiil expedi
tion may incite Rudyaul Kipling to
wiilo , mother poem,
l.'Npcu opinion Is likely to ugice with
the opinion ol the publlshtis ot" ilie
ChrNtniiiH Smut Set that that nunihei Is
lllft finest ,.f Iti. K'lllil ct ,i,nillli.ml M'lii....
aiu mom than llfty liems la the total
contents and not a dull one among them.
The Delineator, In addition to keeping
up its lusliloii and miscellany dep.ut-
ments to tho high standard for which It
has long been noted, 1ms iicently made
soma dm lug adventiiies Into eoloi pi lut
ing. Tho Nsuu lor Deeember contains
tho piiidtut of its must iciint ipi'tl
incntln?, and vve think It spells success,
The publish! is of Success ale dlstllblll
lug un lngenlutis and tasty calenilai lor
11K, euusUthig of a lolder of twiivu
pages, each page uuuUiluiiiqr a icduced
iue-simllo lu lull-color lepioductlons of
tho oilglnul paintings 101 the Success
eov.is of ltw. That pcilodlial tor De
ceniher, by the vny, has ouo of tln must
vailed and Instinctive atitivs of con
tuns in Its hlstor.
One of the local newspaper coiiespnnd'
tills just ntiuiied 1 1 urn uiioinpauyliig
Itoheit R. 1'attlsou on his spellbinding
tour of the stale la his giilniiiatoiiil
i.iiupalgu tells of the tutluislasm of a
Ureeiirasllo baibor ulio pihles lilmself on
being the only Deinociut hi a lamlly of
seven nun. t Rating Paulson speak theia
ho Joined In the demousUatloii of up
pioval that fiillowvd llm ointui, mid
talked of nothing else to his ciiMlommd
tho following inuiiilug. Among these, vsuiu
the loiiespondent, who mUuiJlly tiled to
kain what the (iieeucastln HcntlmiMil
ineaiit tor cither iainliil.ite, and asked If
l'attlson yveio popular theie.
"Popular?" quelled thf pto-P.ittlsoa
bniber. "Popular! Whj, that man's as
popular hue he's as popuinr heie he's
ho's-whj, sas ' Rob Paulson stands iu
high 'loiind hem as John R. Hulllvun' -Phlladeiphhi
dnlniod tho eouuti.vman, "and who, then,
tales lu RnglandV When It was p
plained to him that tho 1'ilnee of Wales
lind siieceedeil to the thinno ho shook his
head wlbely "Mon Dlcu!"hn said, "but
ho must have a pull with I.aurler!"
A filond of Kollonl, knowing hie need
of un actor for a small pari lu '"llui
(.ipher Coili'," hid moNt tcrent play, bciu
it young man to him who provod uusiilt
ublB for Iho part, Homn Hint) later Kel.
Icid met ills f i lend, who tmUndi
"Well, Jnuk, how dirt Hint oliap do?"
"Hill why ho didn't do at nil," ex.
claimed Din nolnr,
"Well, thiit's too bad," said the filend,
"didn't 1m know anything?"
"Know uiiythlngt" exclaimed Kolteid In
flno scorn. "No, ho didn't even suspect
an thine." New York Clipper.
B40842 WA5H6NGTON AVE
Should be completed while there is plenty of time".
We have every good kind of kitchen utensil to help
you prepare the dinner. If you buy here you are
sure of getting the best articles at the lowest prices.
Special Sale Turkey Roasters
Double Roasters, 10x15 29c
Double Roasters, 1 1x16 34c
Double Roasters, 12x17..' 39c
4 -ntfZZK- Fit
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We have just opened a shipment of Caivers,
manufactured by the celebrated "Cutlers to the
Ameiican people," Landeis, Frary & Clark. They
come in pairs or sets up to $25.00, Even if you
don't need a new pair now look them over for they
will make an excellent Christmas Gift a month hence
We have Peail and Celluloid Handled Steel
Knives and Forks, Silver Plated Knives and Forks,
Silver Plated Tea and Table Spoons.
Look over this list
the little but still important articles
A To reword
We are opening Holiday Goods daily, and are'
laying aside selections of our customers "for Chiist
mas delivery. There'll be more to see next week,
but the display of Carving Sets, Table Cutlery,
Pocket Knives, Razors, Portable Gas Lamps and
Oil Lamps is practically complete.
The. early chooseis natuially have the -best
assortment to make choice from.
?ti?H i tCfc C"
The perfection of quality in
is what struck the taste, ap
preciation and approbation
of Ihe American people.
It Is now evsryvheio the first
sought and tho first bought.
COM at alt tll.t cUvi itfii and by JoMiert 1
;l wji m.'.'aiun i.sof,iiuittiiiure,iiii. ;
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Va U B mt nJI 1
urn a ii h m j
We are now selling the me
dium size for
and see if you want any of
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!! n n fffl n t r, m I- -. -i
THE NEW DISCOVERY
The $1.50 Kind for
A full one dollar nnd a half's woith
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It is a Capo Glove, lined with silk or
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skins, modern backs, nil sizes, nnd in
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warranted, Ono of the best street
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Twenty Christmas Presents
To Re Given by The Scranton Tribune to (he Children of
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Total Twonty Presents
THH TRIBUNE'S SECOND ANNUAL.
Junior Educational Contest.
A Contest ill Word-Huildlnjr.
Who Can Make the Most Words Out of the Uettera In
T-H-E H-O-M-E P-A-P-E-R
THIS IS much easier than last year's contest, and twenty of
the brightest boys and girls will secure Christmas Gifts
in cash for making the largest number of words out of
these letter. It is lots of fun to think out the words and hunt
them up in the dictionary, and besides it will help you with your
spelling. You will be sui prised at the number of different ways
these twelve letleis can be used.
Rules of the Contest.
Presents will be given to the boys or girls, whose parents
ot guardians are subscribers to THE TRIBUNE, building the
largest number of words out of the letters contained in "The
No letters must be used any more times than they appear
iu these three words. As an example, only one "A" could be
used, but there might be two "IPs" or three "E's."
Only words defined in the MAIN PORTION of "Web
ster's International Dictionary" (edition of 1S0S) will be al
lowed. Anv dictionarv can be used, but in judging the contest
THE TRHl'UNE will debar all words not found in Webster's.
Proper names, or any other words appearing in the "Ap
pendix"' will not be allowed.
Obsolete words arc admitted if defined in the dictionary.
Words spelled two or more ways can be used but once.
Words with two or more definitions can be used but once.
Is'o single letters counted as words except "A" and "O."
how to Write Your List.
Write on one side of the paper only.
Write very plainly ; if possible, use a typewriter.
Place the words alphabetically.
Write your name, age, address and number of words at the top
of your list.
Write the name of parent or guardian with whom you live and
who is a renular subscribet to THE TRIBUNE.
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We have now in stock the finest display
of these goods ever made in Scranton.
Mahogany sets in the Colonial and Na
poleon post bed styles. They are ele
Dressers and Chiffoniets in beautifully
finished Mahogany; Colonial and Louis
We Invite Inspection Whether You
'wiJfilJlflWIlIj Wash inert
I ill's 1
l 'J t ? i ! $ $ ! 3 4 'J' ! 4 !' !'
i ? i' ! 'If J' 'I '' 'I' if '! $ C1 4"
N.Slt.. Scranton, Pa.
Old 'Phone, 2331.
New 'Phone, 'JP35,
nnrt fcino Sl.Vi'V PV.R CUNT ot o.
We ninko a Hpocl.iltv ot piopcr lu
bik'uiita for iiopc-i (tiupocd.
Oil and Specialty Co.,
1 Race Street. City.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS
$3000 n Q0d $20.00
10.0o In Gold 10.00
5.00 In Oold 5.00
250 Each 5.00
1.00 Ench s.oo
50c Ench 5.00
Arc Going to Buy at Once or Not.
Do You Want
a Good Education?
Net a bbort course, nor an ey coiira;,
cor a cheap course, but tint best cilucatlca
to be luJ No other education ii wcrtb
tpciidln" time anil money on. It you do,
uiito for catalogue ot
wllcli otteri Iboroujh prcparitlon In tha
Lnjlneerliu a"J Cl..nlcal I'rotesvlonj ai welt
l the recular Celleco courses.
EAST SritOTJDSBUIlG, PA.
Ki'fiiil.ir Stato Nmniivl Coursoa una
Special DeinitincntH i( Music, UIocil
tlon, Ait, Di.ivvIiik. Stcnomnpliy and
Typovviltlns; strom; Collego l'l-opara-tory
noinllMB expenses 3 50 por week
Pupils ailniltted at any time. Winter
Term opens Dee. aith. Wilto for t-ata.
l0BUe" B. L. KEMP, A. M.,
SORANt'ON C0RBESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
T. J. l'oster.l'ies. Ulmor II. Irfiwall.Trcas.
It. J. l-'ofctcr Stunloy r. Allen,
Vice 1'rcililcnt. KiJ otaAt