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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

' ':;'!,:. ....... ' M 5 .i v ' : ..... ' A " ' ' ' ' I'll H Conifnucd Jront Pjrccdirtp Poize H ing my goods with me. Otherwise HI wo should be attacked at once and killed every one of us, since It was not desired "that any witnesses H ' should be left of what happened to s Umslopogaas. HI Having delivered this ultimatum B. and declined any argument as to Us J) terms, the messengers retired, say Hp ing that they would return for my HI answer within half an hour. When they wero out of hearing Umslopogaas, who had listened to their words In grim silence, turned and spoke in such fashion as might have been expected of htm. "Macumazahn," he said, "now I come to the end of an unlucky jour .hey, though mayhap it is not so evil as it seems, since I, who went JHj out to seek the dead but to be fed by yonder White Witch with the meat of mocking shadows, am about to find the dead in the only WM way in which they can be found, namely, by becoming of their com HL pany:" H "It Beems that It 13 t...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

I SUE i ' II LOCAL LIST Plutus and Tintic Standard Active and Higher in Dealings The trading yesterday on Ihe Salt! Lake Slock and Mining Exchange con-j tinued fairly nctive with the 'general, tendency throughout the market a Ht- tie stronger this being most notice-( able in Plutus and Tintic Standard, the; former opening at 10'j cents and sc ; ing as high as 12 cents, it closing villi j 11 L. cents bid. while the latter, closed , Fridav around ?4.75, it opened Satur day at ?-l.S2,A and sold up to ?LS5, it, dosing strong with LS2 asked. I Alia Con. brought 9 cents, Lurekn Lilv was a little stronger, it changing hands at 20V. cents. Columbus Rcxall brought 62 and 63 cents. Cardiff changed hands at ?1.60; Keystone sold at 96 and 97 cents; Lehi Tintic was stead v at IS cents: Michigan-Utah i hanged hands at 6S cents. Jiut closed with the stock offered at 74; Eureka Mines sold at 7Vi and cents; Eu reka Bullion was active at 21l and 22 cents, Prince Con opened at 62 cents jnd sold off to...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

- : ':"',"'T 1 ',".lt1 in nw .,1 iji , ---- V'-' --HfrMgaMiiM - . r flBI 1 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1920. - ....... . . , hi' 'N FOR SALE f ! RedEstate j r SMITH & FLINDERS CO. Over Commercial National Bank . Homes worth tho money, 5S0o 3 room modern on bench, F5250 5 room modern close In. J.?J 50 5 room frame modern on bench. MSOft fi room modern through t. JliSOO 6 room frame modern bench. KJ709 6 room modern, pood location. 'J3000 5 room modern. R. R. district. Terms to suit purchaser. Ask for Mr. Boyle, charge city property. , fiaS BY OWNER Cheap for quick sale, two seven-room houses, modern, on bench, ?loso In, Terms cheaper than rent; immo Jiatc possession. Phono 21H-M. 612 FINE Jot on Harrison south of Twenty 'inh. O. A. White, 36U Twenty-fifth. M BY OWNER Four room modern frame n nousc. well located on bench. b'ock from car line, maple floors, bullt-ln fea tures, nice lot, fruit trees and berries. t Hall rind see for yourself anytime between i noo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 18 April 1920

H ! 16 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, APRIL 18. 1920 1 I! STATE HEALTH DIRECTOR COMMENDS WORK DONE IN OGDEN CITY SCHOOLS; PROGRAM INCREASED FOR NEXT YEAR iSupt W. Karl Hopkins Is in receipt ; ot o a letter from E. G. Gowans, state' director of health education, congratu lating the Qgdcn Cit' board of educa tion on tho splendid results that have' been achieved in the city school in the J matter of health education under the j supervision of Mrs. Sophie Weatherall' i Read, supervisor of physical education' I and health. ' Mr. Gowans states his opinion that' the next year of this enterprise will. . show even better results and that the i effort to prevent disease is at last be-;' coming known as better than anyj method of cure 1 An article entltted, "Tho Aristocracy, of the Physically Fit," which is being circulated at the present time widely throughout tho United States for the general information of teachers, par- njts and guardians of children, con tains valuable information r...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

I Fiftieth Yea-No. 95. " - Pric, Five OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1920 : r : FnrnoN4 P M 1 I" 110,000 LOSS RESULTS FROM , CRIMINAL HGT Grant School Set on Fire By Incendiary, Declare j Investigators 1 OIL SOAKED WASTE USED, FACTS INDICATE Same Person Who Caused Reign of Terror Last Sum- 1 " mer Busy, Belief I m - H Incendiary 'fire, believed to be the work of, the firebug who repeatedly a attempted to ignite the Dee and g Mound Fort schools last summer, and I who. is thought to have been the cause 3 of the Humphris mill fire, the Ogdcn I macaroni plant fire, the Marlon hotel I fire, tho Ogden junk house fire and I nearly a score of conflagrations labtf I ' summer, burned the rear portion ol I tho Grant school house last night. I Dr. B. I. Rich, president of the board of education, said the loss would I be between $S,000 and $10,000. j Only prp17.pt and efficient work ot A " the fire " department prevented the I t building'i'rom becoming a total loss. Evidence Disco v...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

I I Story of King George Calling' President "Officious Busy- j body" Declared Untrue. j I i WASHINGTON, April IS. Reports published in this country to the effect lhat the Japanese diet had been pro-) rtgued last month by Premier Hani to prevent a discussion of "a diplo matic blunder" which imolved resi dent Wilson's name, have reached Ja I pan and caused the foreign office to i issue a formal denial. According- to the published story King George of Iingland, in private conversation with I Marquis Saionji and Baron Makino, the two Japanese delegates at the peace conference, was said to hpw re ferred to President Wilson as "an of ficious busybody who" wanted to meas ure the whole world with his republi- J ctii footrule and alter everything 'hat ili.l not square with the constitution of tin United States." King George was I'orlher quoted as expressing reret thai through American objection at Versailles, the Japanese claim for rac ;al equality was not included in '.he : t"-aty. I Politi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

1 ' - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 1 9, 1 920 , 3 1"- f l CLEANUP IS ON i IN FULL SWING- $ Motor Trucks and Wagons jl Now Working in District 1 ; Cleanup Week Ogden's annual cleanup and .paintup campaign Is again In rull swing. The reek of fresh paini pervades the city To some it is an order of no nppeuiing fragrance, though they should appre ciate it as a whiff of progress. Jlotor trucks and wagons furnished , by tho city board of health are today working in district No. 1 (sourh side of Twenty-fifth street, east of Wash ' ington avenue, to city limits) gather ing up accumulations which have been cleaned from houses, barns, yards and 4 st sheds. This service Is furnished to residents without charge, where small HL piles of rubbish arc found, but in cases I " (S Willie Runs Away From the Garden League. Work? Not Willie. vhcre lo.rge accumulations have been j prepared for disposal, it will be dccps- siny for the residents to provide their own wagons or trucks, according...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah ' " ESTABLISHED 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun day morning' without a muzzle or a club. Subscription in Advance One Month g'Jj MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper 1 and also the local news published herein. I THE WEBER "GYM" Ncxtj. Wednesday ground is to be broken for the Weber college gymnasium, which is to have S2 (cot front on Twenty-fifth street with V depth of "200 feet. This is to bo Ogden 's greatest asset in physical training, as the building and equipment is to be open to the general public. At nn expense of-about $300,000. this structure will provide every facility offered by the big Y. M. C. A. gymnasiums in the large cities. Nothing is to be o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

I 1 . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 jf I hi"""' ILOVE and MMffl) 1IFEI Jhj. "the noted, author j ' j Idah HCSlone Gibson j Thoughts of Karl. I While I was preparing for the read- H ing of my mother's will I was not H thinking of what John had said about H taking my business affairs, and con- M sequently" my income. Into his own H hands. I was thinking about tho let- H ter I had read from Karl Shepard and wishing that I had not torn it up. H Although every word in Karl's letter I stood engraved on the tablets of my H memory, yet, womanlike, I wa3 almost , afmid that I was misinterpreting some I could not deny to myself the fact H ' that Karl Shepard loved me, or at least his interests had been aroused to H such an extent by his knowledge of : the liaison between John and Eliza- fck beth Morclaud, that he called the emo- J tion thus engendered love. F' Then, as always, my vagrant mind H i meandered about on a new trial. I H I wondered just what was the emotion th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

. THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 ' I I' Anent Dogs And Digs! Your New Flower Garden Annual Fend Time Nigh Ii "That dog is a perfect pest!" ( How many times have you said it?' I How many times have you .heard it ) said? Or, if you are of the sterner sex: ! ! that dog! ! !" when your 50-pound collie gambols joyfully across your freshly planted garden, j spoiling several hours of prideful woi;k. This is a brief for Collie, a brief for! you. and especially for the family next door. There are reasons for the atti tude of all three of you and its only fair that they be recognized. i Even real dog lovers object to hav-i ' ins their spring flower beds dug up by j canine excavatore, and are prone to, wonder in language more or lefts strong, why that blamed pup Insists on digging right there. But, of course ' Mi'. Pup, being very far from a fool haven't you recounted the story of his clever, almost human tricks, time and again? digs where the earth is al-j ready broken because i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

1v For Subscription and Advertising ''Sf Department, Call Phone No. 56. f RANDOM r ' REFERENCES VH Going to Portland Mrs. G. "W. Kel. 'H log and son, Scott, departed yesterdny Bfl for Portland where Scott will go through a minor operation. Mrs. Kol Bfl leg -will visit with her parents, Mr. and VH Mrs. W. A- Cowell cf Portland. 'H Galllcurci Concert in Salt Lake tab- 'H ernaclc. April 26. Tickets can bo so- Vfl cured at Ogden Conservatory of Mu- ' sic every day this week, between 6 p. m. and 6 p. m. I Wanted Bell boy. Reed Hotel. 493 Granted Divorce Ada Young Smith was granted an interlocutory decree of divorce from George Wylio Smith, this morning in the district court. Deser- tlon was charged in the camplaint made by Mrs. Smith. The couple wore J) married in Ogdcn, December 9, 1916. Smith is a machinist . Prompt service, cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phono 613. Regal Cleaners. -13C Rhivers Appointed Donald Rbivers of this city has been appointed a mem- j ber of the executive ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 ' I I Weber Normal Girls Fall in Line; Other Clubs Are Formed Here The overall and gingham movement In Ogden grows apaco Tho clerks In I tho yard and freight offices at tho I Union station held a meeting Satur- day and went on record in favor of 1 tho movement, and today found a J great force of men and women clad in overalls, ginghams, nouee dress and I -other inoxptnsive substitutes for the i n high-priced materials now on show for r""hien and women's dross, j J Tomorrow the. Brotherhood of Rail--"way clerks will swing into Iho move ' ment, and it is believed about 500 members will adopt tho plan. "" Banks May Fall In Line. ' Conversation among tho bank clerks today shows that at least two of Og I den's banks are strongly favoring the 1 idea. 1 At tho Weber Normal college, Ida ! Parker, Florence Purdy, Dorothy Nichols, Ada Lauck, Thcra -Cordon, Jerry Mitchell, Virginia Stevens, Kolen ! I and Louise Purdy wore tho flrai mem bers...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

mi - am THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 ' ' , f! PITTSBURG WINS : . . FROM CHUMPS ! Ruether and Adams Hook Up in Mound Deal k Score 2 to 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. PC Pittsburgh 4 1 -S00 Cincinnati 3 1 750 Boston 2 1 .GG: Brooklyn 2 1 GG7 Philadelphia 2 1 GG'.; St. "Louis 2 ?. .-ioa New York 0 3 .000 Chicago 0 3 .000 Yesterday's Results Chicago 0, St. Louis 2. Pittsburg 2, Cincinnati 1. Boston 3, Brooklyn U. New York 1, Philadelphia 5. CINCINNATI, April lS.-Pittsburgh .broke the winning streak of the cLam- jiions today by winning 2 to 1. Both 2 Adams and Paiether pitchr-d great ball. . The visitors won in the first inning on tf?ri a hit by BIgbee, a base on balls, a sac- Irifice and a fumble by Kopf. which y gave them two runs. The Reds scoreo I their only run in the fifth on hitf by , Duncan, Wlngo and Ruether. Score: i M Pittsburgh 200 000 0002 I Cincinnati 000 010 0001 Alexander Weakens and Cabs Defeated: ST. LOUIS, Mo-, April IS. St, Louis defeated Chicago...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

H H H - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 I ITINTm HIGHER1 i Utah Mining Stocks Showf - Greater Strength on Mon- j j day Offering ! j Trading totlav on the Sail Lakci Stock &. Mining Exchange was veryj quiet, excepting a few issues whichc showed a little activity; these being Columbus Rexall and Tintic Standard, the former opening at 61 cents and ad vancing to 63 cents, it closing with 52 ! j cents bid and 63 cents asked, while' ' the latter opened strong at $4.S5 andj I changed hands as high as ?L!)V. clos ing strong with ?4.90 bid and $1.95 I asked. Colorado Con. was active,! weaking a trifle, selling as low as 5K. Alta Con. sold at 9 cents; Eureka; LIlv sold at 21 cents, Cardiff changed, hands $1.55 and $1.57. Keystone was very active and showed a little, strength, advancing to $1.02 V and closed strong with this price bid. Newi Qtlincy sold at 7 cents; Eureka Bull ion brought 22 cents, Prince Con, went at 62 cents; Sells was sirong nt 20c. anc South Hecla b...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

j" " " ' ' ' -v " : '. ' 11 ' " ! (j Mi- 9 1 t THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920 - ' - ; L mT FOR SALE m $ Real Estate Si G. E. M. BEALTY 2i75 Hudson Ave. Phone 103i il, Of; -ACRE farm. 80 acres full wheat, bnl- ance rndy for seeding; $90 per aero, half B ' cash, balance time. i 5 acres, small house, 52000; small pay- H ment. J IS aero?, water right. S-room house, or- .V ' ehnrd, 53500. , . . fm i Large and small southern Idaho ranches V-' ft. m" REALTY. NETTIE ECCLES i? W'-:r' 2575 Hudson Ave. Phone 103 1 i ' GREAT snap Tor man with family G lots 1 )': first class garden ground, 3-room shack : U and big lent; all fenced, chicken coop. ' i: ground plowed ready for garden. JoOO ' ' cash, easy terms, Inquire 228 Washington ' Ave. Call between 8 and 5 o'clock. 6il ! 1' Modern bungalow, beet location Salt Lake. I' Trade for Ogden residence- Call Mr. Rose i- phone 2510. Address 2319 Quincy avenue. , ; !" .Ogden. ! - i SMITH & FLINDERS CO. j ' Over Commercial Nationa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 19 April 1920

MONDAY, APRIL ,9, ,920," " ' SIfrg ffoW&Wfo-MMVMt ' ' ' " ' ' "' " ' " " - " ' " ' 1 1 i iiimmhii I nnnn I I ninminii I r -I rvT7 Xt T TT1 X T 1 -- -H UBERTYBOND ' 7 OAYATGHUBCH Former Mayor and Wife Do nate Land for Catholic Hospital Liberty bond day in support oC the new parochial school to bo erected by tie" parish at the corner of Twenty eighth street and Lincoln avenue, was observed at St. Joseph's Catholic church yesterday and untabulated re turns of bonds and peldges amounting to between $10,000 and $15,000 were reported Good response to the pro posal was reported by the committees which took up the matter individually at- all three services. As now planned, a school building costing in the neighborhood of $75,000 will bo erected on the site, work to start this BUramcr. . Announcement was also made of the gift of three acres of land by Ab bot R. and Elizabeth Guthrie Hey wpod to Consignor P. M. Cushnahan, V: G., upon which St. Mary's hospital will be built at a future dat...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 April 1920

da"" " V news of te.dny .fl 1 Fiftieth YearNo. 96. Pr.c Five cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1920 , LAST EDITION 4 P. M. j! 1 & g g f2 gi&p -r,BP g s 9 t ' REPORT VILLA READY TO HELP SONORA ivjb oy v All Powers Have Approved Principle of Collective Representations WILHELMSTRASSE TO GET AMPLE NOTICE D'Annunzio Decided to Or- i ganize an Anti-league of ' Nations j PA1US. April 20. (By the Asso.cl-' aled Press.) All ihc allied powers J concerned have now approved the' principle, of collective representations 1 to be made' lo the Berlin government: r regarding the execution of the treaty t of Versailles, and the charges uat-1 f aires of the several allied nations will probably bo Instructed to call at once aWhe Wilholmstrusso and deliver tho. declaration. j The declaration is not regarded .is Bv - aP ultimatum, but Germany will oo' j giy.en to up"derfeCn;)d'thai a3: a.-disagree- j J a.Uld aitowatlvQ'lbl. .'itajo'uilkiick vriVn ;j 'i . ThirTermsnTO-ft'emy rega...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 April 1920

H 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL au, i H I; NEGRDNCHEC I Taken From Officers By l Crowd and Hanged White Youth Sent to Jail. GIRL TIED TO TREE ; ! AND THROAT CUT I Bars Pried From Jail, Culprit Dragged Out and Drawn Up to 'Phone Pole. PITTSBURG-, Kas., April 19. An unidentified negro, said to have attacked a young white girl near Mulberry, Kansas, this morn ing, was taken from officers by a i crowd late today and hanged. A I ' white youth captured with the ne gro, was taken to the county jail at Girard. The girl was found this morning tied to a tree with her throat slash ed. A railway switch crew located the negro and white youth late to day several miles away. 3 hey were taken to Mulberry where Sheriff Gould took them hi charge. A crowd surrounded the jail and when the 15-year-old girl identi fied the negro as her assailant, he was taken from the officers and banged. The attack upon the younj wo man took place while she was go ing to Mulberry from her home. She was f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 April 1920

" THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 19?0 " - - r 3 . ' I,f" ALLIES CANNOT GO ON WITHOUT II, SJOPPOBT Reply to Wilson Suggestion to Drive Turks From Europe to Be Sent. WASHINGTON, April 19. The al lied reply to President Wilson's Turk 0 Ish note is expected by diplomatic of ficials to point out thaht without ac , ceptance by the United States of re- sponsibility for part of tho burden of " tho solution of the Turkish question, , the allies have found it impossible to J adopt his suggestion that the Turks be driven from Europe. The allies hold, it was said, that the eviction of the sultan was impos sible without assusption by some pow er, preferably the United Stales cf the obligation for the protection of Con siantinople and contiguous Turkish! territory. For economic and political reasons, officials said, choice of. any! other power than the United States! I was precluded and since the United States has refused the professed man date, no other solution than to leave th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 20 April 1920

H TT I 4" THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1 920 1 H If HE STANDARD-EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY ' I Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffce, Ogden, Utah I ESTABLISHED 1870 j Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and the Associated Press j 1 An independent Newspaper, published every evening and Sun- : - day morning1 without a muzzle or a club. , 1 Subscription in Advance li g-S::::::::::::::::::::":::::::::::::::::::::::::Ie:o i j MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi- I cation of any news credited to it not otherwise credited in this paper I and also the local news published herein. II1 FIRE IN A SCHOOL. I . 1 1 Fire in (he Grant school is charged io a "firebug.'' It is cliff 1- i cult to find a motive prompting any one to fire a building devoted to Ij the education of our, children. ; I Those who have investigated the fire arc disposed to charge thy J crime to an immature mind, perhaps that of a ...

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