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November 20,, 1912. a
Ll I hi tattle Sa& Francisco Armed, Nov. 19, mid
I U li I I 5 1 I J teht, S. S . , Honolulu hence Not. 13.
11 1 Li.. gan . Francisco Arrived. Nor 20.: S.
'UikJ V HUM
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R. tTSif amrrfaar fmm' HIM- VrtvaTnhor
,-ni. S. S. Wilhetmlna for' IlonolnluJi
Grays Harbor Sailed, Not: 19. Schoon
er Defiance for Honoluln. . -V
Port TownaendXrrlTed, Not. 20,
r Schooner H. O.'Bendixon from "Kal-
loa.' Nov; 26. ' v V ;
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SOAPCOX BARRON
rlfMCiS PA fiilON;
VA'V, :1, Ilril ca He::; III rrr f rrar IHIo, now
tl...:..r, fn.. . i r.Mcii tnt Kills tf falne has been
: U Uio n;orU Jirouht ta Ilbnclula tlifs 'morning wlta
Frcn Ktikitat. V ; v : ,;r
Irc:i t!io wrecked Jjarkea-
:-t low 1 cr.ctea .on -a reef
!e i::all neoordinS to
. M Ly c::.ccrs in the Inter
purchased by the
Company for . one
ten dollars. Sone Epars
s were secured, before the
r.t to i leces because of the
::.2iz:: en tte rocks. ':'
:l.cr j. 1 rarried In
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1 1 ;.!' "! flared on the
L.; cr no raa work xan
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were nr. :tc
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r. y v i. -; f, v t e rc cargoes ' of
I,'.:::; discharged. : ;
i ttcr.-.-:cr- returned
' ir. ; Jir. j a quantity of
. . -, " tcr.s tcrap Ircn, 21
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. f o 4 . . . , A. v. i. v. J I i - a
crtrs (Mcker.s, several
Lar.'-.r.-lvi:.'-; Day ti;r!;cys and
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. .n v. l.r.rf at an
1 t f : ; (.!; a; 2 i ; transit
1. . . Larline is re: art
'1 cal f.r.d 10 rtcrrar.e'
I..:.? are a!:j 75 rac!-.a: s
r t - ir.'Mcr CV.l 'l -3
llchaiaVj carro "V ill
th? l.arr hero until Sat
Z "J it L-.ay be; a later
Salvator'g Second, Mate .Well Known
V. Here. ''-...;'ti 'X: yi.r l'i ..
' James Clark,' former second mate in
the American ; schooner Salvator,
which' vessel Is to bring a 'shipment
of lumber from Aberdeen Wash.", to
Honolulu,' whose death v as reported
thrcusa private advices 'received: at
this port, was well known to a num
ber of local shipping men. Clark, , it
is said, 'was struck, on the head by a
sling full of lumber, dying from h!3
injuries - some hours afterwards.
Clark ''Is ; reported' to have shipped
from the coast and made one or more
rcund trlp3 in this and other "wind
Jammers to'the islands. " . ' : ; - '
'The Talvatcr is taking on cargo at
the Wa-i.iatcn part, consigned to!tt$
City Mill Company, and is expected
to leave the sound along the latter
partof this month. " V v . :;; "'V ; .
Rice Chipment From Kauaf.
. A f mall shipment of rice was-included
ia the freight: from the Garden
inland brought by ; the Interislan '
steamer . W. C. Hall. The ve?sel tvas
m arrival this morning with;a small
lift, cf cabin '.and drc'x patsersrs. "Ac-curJir-
to re; art frc:u" Lsr cCcers the
Etearaer" met-with considerable ro'ssa
we atl.er while laying c5 Kilauea. -:
Sa.rir. awaitirj shipment ca Kauai
vs re; arte J ly c:'ccrs ia the Hall ia
elides sacks K. S. M. 5iua ack3
M A, K. end s-chs I. K. B. scg.'
The Hall. is ca tho berth to tali for
tl-e. reulir ports cf call ca Kauai at
five 0 cc:.; tc
r.crrev eve am;
Lc:: ':
..r.t cf TSO.CCO.feet
cf la:v.bcr - at Cc!;:r.:hia river ports.
.a :
tr;
he America a tr.rl: Air ert, one of the
c ' ? rci' II" tr; ' .:- l:t'..eea the coast
ar.J the i;laa.:. ii ex;,ected to sail
for Iliio befcre tha cleea cf the month.
Th? veeeel le't called at Kaanapall
i:h. lumber 'and', building' material
trciu th2 ccaet. ' ' ' , ' ' : -.
? v' (Con JnuJ frvn Ps 1)
The petty - demands , on party;, funds
wa sometbIng"enonnoua. , . ...
."On i election day the Vnepubllcan
management absolutely A refused to
hire a lot'of runner: and virtually ray
for their 'votes.' The campaign .inati
agemenwas jwlUing to employ men
Inf the ' preliminary campaign a jr9
clnct workers, detailed frpm headquar
ters and with their work tinder the eye
of 5 the- precinct committee- i3uti thi
party S would not pay, as hz been
done in elections; past1 five tondrcd
or 1 tnonsand men i on election ray,
who under the, gttise 6t workers iars
(Ccn'J-sf J frcn Ta-? IV
platoons "of the Tint and Second In
fantry and the Fifth CaTalry will
work out-several Interesting problems
before : the department commander,
and considering that the operation; of
machine guns in a; war strength vt
ganization is comparatively new- in
the ; United States rmy, ' more than
ordinary interest attaches to the test.
T"or at week pas the board of offi
cersv consisting; f of First Lieutenant
Jackson, and Second Lieutenants Gro
ninger " and ;Mitchell,; have. lei:a' at
work "with the automatic rifles on var
ious problems; of attack and defense,
and the results have been gratifying
a g 3 :: 8 3 8 t; n s;: tin 8,n
8 ;t A., E.' Larimer, secretary of then
U educational ' epartmenC' ,pf ; - the,; 8
8-Young Men's Christian Associa- 8
8'tlon, has ,a Bible class "for.. sever-8
8 al of the ' members of the . em- 8
8 ployed1 boys' department' or the8
8 association, and they have be- 8
8 Icome very much Interested in the 8
I different. heroes In the Bible,". 5 8
8 At the . last meeting Secretary 8
8 Larimer : asked each of the , mem- 8
8. bera' to write out a lizt of Whom 8
8 they ; thoughtlwereVthe 4 greatest .8
8 heroes 'of. the" day. fThe; answers.8
8 were Interesting. ,;IIere are a few .8
8 names culled from . the numlbera 8
8 which swarmed to his desk;' Joe 8
It "Wood (pitcher for the Red , Sox) j 8
II Napctebn, Wood ro w Wilson.1 Cuke 8
8. Kahanambku, Mayor Fern, : Drj.8
8 ua uVat Sen; Soapbox1, Bafron,18
8 and Booker T, .Washington.; 'Lar .3
8 imef , says;; thai he. believes the 8
8 hcaors are about even between 8
11 the first " ahd- theA fourth nappes :.8
:: mentioned.; - - V- ; ' p ' 8
8 8 88 88 8 8888338388
r 0 wx jiri s di: it. a t : rux aiiou
'inn... j a.jX Ga.mii.
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, In a fi?t' -am? ,cf. football ,played
c a Al :' a i r , T i ' : 1 i " 3 e : t : r J a y af te r
rocn, the Punahcu. third. teata( vent
dcv,a to "defeat befcre the Town third
eleven to the. tur.e cf.6 to .2. The
r-hcu3'mef3 their cecre ca a safety
. i. - a,- ca ; a r tt:-::; to punt- from
1 e'.; cf th? Lr: l lie?, Keevea, playicg
irterbee: izr the Tcv.n!:e, - was
t by !Iet;C iih'tefc're he had
cL-.r.:3,: to. beat. th3 leather.;-: The
t -' e a scored, by. th?h :.T6vnIe3
wa3 made bj;Keeven, Melin'falUng. to
kick oal. ; -P- .r '-u '
Following :1s the way the teams
lined " up:. . ' : ;': -.
Punahou Third.' : "Town Third.
; ..Ca K'.-ht -End
Vv'inter . , . . . . ,-. j . , . .; . . ; Poepoe
RiS-t Tackle . :p,:
Tuttle' . ....... . . .'.-I ri .Markham
'' '':-PPP-Right Guard . Y! -;.
BroTCn U . . , ; .V ... . .'J'- Whltfofd
ly east their vote and perhaps 'oai
a little" for Uhe party. Of- coyrs the j ly satisfactory. Lieutenant : Joseph
neyuuiicans iosx - oy luia poucy.v; I. oecoau mnuiiry, is.uie beniur,oi
ine tnree macnine gun ; piaxoon com
manders, v Lieutenant Jackson, the
president: of the board, not. being con
nected with the platoons of any regi
ment, here,- although; himself, an' ex
pert on machine gun fire. ; -; il .
.That the . new Benet- Mercie auto
matics, on . account Votthelr extreme
mobility, are: more effective in doing
rapid damage v than' was . generally
known, has: been amply proved by tfie
piachine gun company.;. It is conced
ed by military experts .that Colonel
McGunnegle ;dld . a big thing; for the
development of the' automatics when
he i took advantage of ; the somewhat
unusual :-: opportunity... of combining
three platoons , at one post.' J ;; :
" General , Macomb ; will motor; out to
Schofield tomorrow morning, leaving
t he city ; at 8 o'clock. Jle will be ac
companied. by Lieutenant Colonel Ray
mond, ; the; new "sanitary .inspector of
the department, and ; by Major Conk
lln.' general staff," and' Lieutenant, An
drews; aide. , ; ; ;" '... ';
MoIrV,
Cooke
Center' ;
Left Guard,
Koon Ling
know, -In spite of . what Ahe pemexjrats
say,' that in "some instances thVDe.no
crats dld hire these ' election da f-i vn
nersT;; .i.UVU - X.V P i'
' "This campaign saw the" passing cf
the . paid runner system In I ha P . pub
lican; party ; of this county; If . will be
opposed two years' from ow: any
Republican leader wishes ; to cdntliiift
the system. It will be oppoiid' by those
who were In 'charge this - :.yar p an A
knbWf that; the runners ; ; ver? ;taKlns
money from the Republican party , ai1
working, as hard as . they cculrt. for
the Democrats' ' - . :- " - J
TRIAL -OF.SMUGGLirJG " :
pr CASE AGAIfi DELAYED
-t;A session-of theT United States1 Fed-
'erar Court- Will: be called 'Monday! Nor
vember -25," to ? set - the date for tne
hearing of the ' case of Chris Cara
george, who : was indicted August 31,
charged with- smuggling opium Into
the territory; The hearing' will proba
bly he'delayed; for some time owing
to the fact that Carageorge was taken
to the ; hospital yesterday to be treat
ed for tonsilltls and eye trouble. : .:
' Carageorge, who was fourth" officer
on - the Mongolia at the time of her
arrival at ' this port August. 28,. was
implicated lrf the 'affair; by George
Chrones, who walked off the - boat
with ten tins of the dfug In a suitcase
When he was Caught with . it by : the
customs officials and -questioned as to
where he got'it, he alleged that Cara
george had asked , him to carry tha
drug ashore. '' ' . - ' - A , -: .
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:xWOAfJ;WEEPSg
V V-JCor.tlfiurd frcm P2;s 1) ;
ai:::ivi:d.
Wednec-ay, Ncvember'23.f .'"
Hawaii via' Maui ports Claudine,
stmr., a. m. . - - . - . .- ;;..-,'
Kauai ports W. G. Hall," stmr., a
m. ; :-
I
t
Wedntee;;, fiavemhrr 23.
Hiio, via way ports ILilauea, stmr.,
10 a. m. - - ;
Ah. . A I
I
I.e..:- Iclvre the vclscI departs for
Lfriins reports. - ;.' :
J IO N O LU LU, Xo v., 1 9. Th f olio w-
1rpr wirclcis mcsaro has been rectiv
" cd by the c." .ts cf.the S. S. Lurline,
V bound for Her.el-Ju. '' " '' V . " : '
S. S. Lurline, S p. m. Nov IS, 1912.
Ci?. miles from port. : .':,-;.
For Jlonolulu 31 cabin-passengers,
, 10 sfeerajo r--een?erF,' "5 ,.W. P. X
matter, Cu3 bags mall, S automobiles,
r,173 teas cargo. . ' . ; ; ;,
' , For lvahului 24S tons Cargo. ;,: V
' " For port Alln- 93 tons cargo.- ';'p'
; For Kaanapalisa tons cargo, ' ;Vr
- Ship will arrive at "daylight Tnurs
;, "cay and dock at tha HacJifeld wharf,.
;::- V. '": : : ': - : - 13 :x-'i-:.'e.r.'v";--';'V;
V- Schooner' Dauntless Still "-v: -. 'p'.'A'-,
: Under Repair. :': .;
The American schooner : Dauntless
' ; which bound tcr Honolulu with lum
ber same lr.t collision with . the
steamer Saint Helens eome .weeks ago
V M still .a . fi.re at the .Union Iron
Works, where t;i tailing vessel is to
receive a gert ral overhauling, and re
:' pairs. . The t'chcoaer. was hard - hit on
; v the starboard ide causing it to spring
V a" leak 'and it was soon! afterward Jhat
': V - theuTe-ssel became -waterlogged and
.was towed Into San Francisco -harbor
-- in a delapldaUd condition. ,
. Per stmr. -Claudine frcm ? Hawaii,,
and Maul portsC ,K. Kotley, Mrs.
Karahele, .T. Greig, N,- K. Kaloa,
M. rcrreirat Mrs. Ferreira.'F. Kanl
nau, Jno.' Hed?e, E. .AT . Watson, Mrs.
I. F. Janes; J. . Van Heizer, Dean Ma
xls, Mrs. M arris, A; L. Texeira. Mrs.
M. de'Rego, Mrs. J. Rodriues, I. Ta
naba, -Mrs."- Mukal,' Mrs. -M, Medelros,
Rebello, Miss S. Rebello, ,. J.'rukuya
Maka, Saito, D. L. Austin, 7 deck. ;
; Per stmr.; WV O. Hall from Kauil
ports J. A. McCandless, Mrs. Mc
Cand!ea3, Mr. and Mrs. H. P.; Wood,
If. A. O'Brien, Rev. J. W'adman, Rev.
C . P. Hong Chong' ryou, Tee You, Ah
Lum, Ye Chang Lui; Chong VTong,
Kong Lam, 25 deck.
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports,
Nov. 21, E. de Lacy; P.Gladys.- Mrs.
J. F. Armstrong, P. K Palama, W. D.
McVeigh . -y': V:: M'-r-A-V-''.
.-Per str. Mauna LoaC for Kona and
Kau ports; Nov.. 22. Jf P, Mendonca,
H. Akana. Y. "Van Hing. ' 'v-- ':.
Per str. Kllauea, for Hilo, via way
ports; Nov. : 23. Mr. aid Mrs. ;K.-w:
Fieberg, Miss E.. Smythe, , Miss M.
Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bubchart,
W. Chalmers, Mr.' and Mrs. G: P. HaJ-land,-
Master-G. .Earl. Halland.1; ? ,! .
r Special rates for ilsland. people : at
Pleasanton Hotel :A for ; all"; year
round. advertisement - 5 v r
;..iK V ' , '.--J:.-
? Ihter-Island . steamers', are ..now un
dergoing the annual inspection at the
VJ;.; hands of the federal authorities. '
i:' f i.n:Z;i .ra; ; : v?m -
II :i--v -r I
M m m mk. j k . . A. .
Brash
v De Coito
;;:. '.: ''; . ' Left Tackle..'
von Tempsky '.'. i ,' . . .
":.-.. .' ' - Left End ;; . -,;-;
Tuttle ... . . ... . . ; .V. . . . ;.;.Grirnr
' V" ':':A Quarterback , . ' ;: ; : ...
Farrlngton -. . .V ;. . , i . . :;1 Keeven
. ' ; ..-;- VV Right Half ; . '; . .
Ballentyne ........ i . . V. '. . . y, , V Melln
rV V f- Left-Half --.v r.: j ;
Jlott-Smlth V.-. . . . . . . .'. , , . Lee Kim
' ;.;'' V.--;;. Fullback . y;-. V;
Undley :P Wand
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LOCAL; AfJD GEfiSnAl; f
Dr. D. J. Duffy with the United
State3 Public Health and MarlheJIos
pieal service who tas beea servin
E3 ship's surgeoa- la the'reveaue cut'
ter.Taeoma has been; transferred to
the Territory ' cMIawaii tos take ever
a lik5:pcaitica with the Thetii. He
succeeds Dr. Gillie !?;who has sailed
for' the "Philippines. ; V ' ',.. --
Father Gurney, of. the Church Mis-,
slon In Korea, will speas. at a meetlns
ofi .St,' Andrew's ; Cathedral - Senior
Chapter No. 1716 of the Brotherhood
ci Stt! Andrew : on Thursday 'evening,
November 21, at" seven.- forty-five
o'clockV .The Eubject of . the address
yiU be "Korea" : and as tee'; present
opportunity., of obtaining"; Information
about this-country is very limltcrt' a
allrule, thealk will be one M interest
t' - many. . i : . . -:;:; , " ; ,!'. ; ."-' ;::P
SUGAR
cne'she received today, but she won
some consideration ' from the court,
partly because- of her aparent ignor:
ance of her criminal action, and partly
because of fcsr.wi'Ucgaess to. pay tha
ccsts. in . the - tult against the goods,
which; she .probably;. could not have
been; compelled to do. ...pi::
; The suit, cainst the goods was ci
vil, whll3. tha suit, against, the woman
called. for hearing this.. morning. vwa3
criminal. To1 the .charge, in; the latter
she rWitbdrcv.' her original plea of pot
gullty and catered a npie contendere.
:--"Vtr :!",'.' 'Wo ' ' .' --V:t.
JLURLINEHpnri AT MIDNIGHT.; :
' v "e'Oi i .-v.- . --'e ' t,7:-.
A -late ;wireles3 received at the
agency: of Castle and Cooke, is td th'e
effect- that f the.- Matscn Navigation
Steamer. Lurliae', from, San Francisco
yit fifty passengers and, nearly . six
thousand tons cargo will arrive . at
th? port between eleven .and - twelve
c::'- ': thL evening,,. "The vessel will
l a .1 .ouhtito the fiock;; despite; the
late hour, tbe FederaKqnarantine offi
cials agreeingtd visit the.vesel and
giant, pratique a 'p.pyX- Vv;.
: ;The Lurline. will berth at Hackfeld
wharf.;
?: The man who geta the best results
is', the one who goes after them him
self.. J - - -.; .'.V ,.;. : ' : '".:
Captain "Ralph B. Lister, , First In
fantry, has been detailed to the quar
termaster; corps,; with instructions to
report to headc.uarters.of thi3 depart
ment for. duty; December. 1. . At, the
present time; it 13 .not .known where
Captain Lister;; will -.be' stationed cr
which one of the present quartermas
ters' he will relieve. ; Captains Game,
Cooke and , Edward3 . are all" due far
relief at any time, and Captain Lieter
may be" taking the -place of one cf
these. It 13 also possible that he may
be an additional Q.,Mfor the" depart
ment, i to take the place cf Captain
Watkins' as ;.; post quarterma::er at
Schofield.. It 4 is '.o'nly a queetioa of
time until a; regular; member cf ths
corps ' takes overi th? work cf the bin
post, which' Captain ".Wathln.3 bes so
efficiently ' held , down' ia adeiitiea to
his dutie3' a3 ; regimental : quarterr.ee
ter. which post. he held until '1,'cvem
ber 1. . ' : '. . . . .
Ia which bccr-lint I .ths .HAT.V.II.UI CTAIb, fl V.i.L: 1 ill
r.vr. vn rrnvnv '"i.t t - --- -- v,m
..;, . HONOLULU . STAn-BULLHTii?, LTD.
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WALLACE R. FAKRi:;GTO:r, . . . Q c-: Bucir: : :
flat itATU fou DisrL.T Arvzr.Tir::;a ovnr. ::o i::rj
UNTIL JAN. lt 1913 (Prcferr:! Taaitlan 237)
TRANSIENT RATE, ' LM first izatrtlaa a3 sahseest Iaau-3 rro t-hu.
classified. One Cent wcrd CO ctats psr line t?r we
y J ; AYEIUGE DAILY n VX ILAT1 0 X J IT, Y0 CTC 3 r 11 -1.Z2
iiAiN 0FFICE3 ...UV.....v.. ic:o al : v : ;;
DIIANCII OFFiCU ..u. -UEUCHA.NT
- - ' :: -. .
; ' DAILY TV.r.-LULLTi:r . v; -
Per Mcath, anywtsra la UalbsA Ch z ......,...,...;,;..,,.........;
Per. Quarter, anywhere la United l:.:;j ,; ,., :
Per Year, anywhere Ia United Ctatc3.. :
Per Year, rcstpald, fart'ja ...........
Per; Six I!c-th3
Per Year, cnyv-hera ia Unitri States..
Per Year, myrrh :rj ia Ca:
Per Year, r
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..wLr G a ATIn uLI.. . I . I
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Visits :of Inspection were male by
the commissioners cf public iaetrue
tion today to a number of sohrolj ia
Honclulu,: and at the close cf th? tri;
the commissioners expressed s-tief:e-tion
at the new; structures complete 1
or under way. a3 well a3, ar the wcrh
done ia the established schcc!3.
The beard. ; visited th 2 Ncrm'rl
school,' Girls'; industrial sehe .1, tha
new pxemisas for. this school at riai
liili, and. also the new . Lilluckalani
school. ,:. . !',. -'.: ;.;-;;:.
. Commissioner Rice left for Kauai
last n:kt. : ' : , -''-' .. ' ''
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If. you : al way sa. think ' twice before
you speak,- nine times, out of a pos
sible ten oyu willhave no occasion to
say a word., .' ; ' ;. . ... ;.;. . ; e
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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov., 20. Beets:
88 analysis, .5d. Parity 3.98 cents.
p, , ; tot .,::xip;
" B. .R.. Banning by , warrantydeed,
has conveyed to Jv P,' Mendonca zn
undivided half ' part of the land at the
west corner, .of ..Hotel - and ; Smith
streets, the 'consideration "being $2500.
t:4.
NOTICE.
LURLINE' ARRIVES' TONIGHT. V
.iThe LURLIAE will dock: tonight at
the Hackfeld wharf between eleven
and twelve o'clock. , V 'v.;, p ::
rir MATSON NAVIGATION dO;V
5398-it::
LbST.av
Pearl , horseshoe plnaa; at ' opera r,house
. Tuesday .night. ; " Finder ..return to
this: office and receive" reward."?'
;a,; ;an W98-3
: : waEAC0ci d co, ltdJv:
ti -. - -
f 4 .
V You -have a poHtive right tto insist; upon receiving;"
iilj Ji cdrriing pQeh:oV' every, dollar you invert. ' v ; v
Ja pSaftfyis AL'impdrtant
" cin affect the f influence' of this factor. But the
incbrneyield" is rthe- real -reason for making the in-
' vestment. ;-vf.-- iir;i : 'v - i-'.;:.'-:- -v-"---
f jVTCs maximum ea
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We own' and. offer. First Mortga?e ; double the total amount; of the bond
: Bonds based on" JmproTctL; . cenuaUy " issue. The annual income . from the "
vloct - inme-eaminff :;Chicago; real; property, in every case, is at least three
ettate of the -highqst'tsi. :t,&t y a- a timej the greatest annuaT t interest
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Stiesf this' type; offer tmqUes- title giiarantee. policy from a title and
tioned safety nth anumisually ittract-; company of'Chicago, gtiarantee-
w mctrae e!cL, They fir$t
fundamental investment. .a. . ;v Yimn M tt,v hiWrtvV f - ;
xa accoraance wttn tne ; rigw ana .4 nese oonas . may ; oe o
unvarying policy of this house, die Value 'denominations of ld0f'500i 4$l,000 '
of the lmdeIJylng, ; security, coiiserv- and $5,00040 mature serially in from
'atively; appraised, a'must vDe; at? least "tw6to fifteen yeaxsr'j;;:j'v
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T F4ortKet)ast'thirtvears We have sold this class of securities exclusively.
and it is a significant fact that during that entire time not one client ha ever lost
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