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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
& S SIZES
a&? EBB" ij
Mclnerny Shoe Store
When the thrills of one act and an- "''' most emphatically jour right to
other aro of sufficient force to brldgo uiaKe or change the law
tho vvaltH between nctB It Is cettnln! " J0,ir -,r Inconsistent litter of
that the full magnetic power of n Bcptetubci j.M, li(OS. )u stntu "A
plav'H exciting situations Is turned on e'"1 llls 1-ll" lltts convinced in.
nnd tho complete vigor of the player's , tht nn ordlnarj futnllj catiuot intend
nrt is cxerilbcd. tu n'oro than 30 to to acres of land
"Tracked Around tho World," n -ntl, oven with tlds area, would liavu
melodrama In six nets nnd ten Hcenos.lto emploj outside labor, and to parcol
nnd every scene a mover, was produc-Ht "'" l larfcer nieas simply mentis
,d at tho Orphcum last night by ltlch "'"' '" t$l?r becomes fiont tho stmt
nrd lluhler's tompan Whllo each competitor In the market for Allou
jlso of tho eurtnln produced n sensa 1-nbor, us this labor will bo absolutely
tlon, by fnr the greatest errect of tho essential to him."
evening octurred In the third sceno of You acknowledged, right here, that
tho llfth net, when two automobiles a nelson should huvo thirty or forty
were seen at full speed, the ouo giving iw. nnd ct. for some reason wlilth
chase to tho other, while tho landsenpo we -n not fathom In our hitu ic sub
sped by nt a furious gate nnd tho hero division, jou hnve reduced tho urea to
In tho pursuing machine, nfter a hot
pistol fight with tho occupants of tin
villain s ear, rescued the hcrolno frmr
the fleeing automobile.
Tho house was packed to its capar
tty and among tho big crowd woro one
hundred Bulletin nAsboys, out fur a
good time, who joined lit the thunder
ous applause that greeted every stir
ring sceno nnd the automobile raeo lu
In tho nutnmobllo sceno the rising
of tho eurtnln re-veals a largo machine,
bearing tho villain, with tho captured
hcrolno, the villain's tonfedorato and
tho chauffeur. The heroine is being
Hpeeded to a secluded spot vvhero alio
may bo murdered The machlno Is be
ing pushed to Its utmost. Presently
another auto creeps upon tho stago. It
Is a smaller machine, hut Its spued Is
gre.tt. Tho hero and his frlond, with
drawn pistols, shout to the lleclng vil
lain to halt or die The villain does
neither. Ho answers with a shot. Sev
eral shots are exchanged. Tho heroine
sees hope behind Gradually tho pur
tilling auto overtakes tho enemy. Tho
flying dust of tho road, tho honk-honk
pf tho horns, tho nolso of tho ma
chines, tho shouts of pursuing and pur-
Btted, tho report of lire arms, tho
pcreams of tho kidnapped girl and tho
liolso of tho audience In an uproar of
enthusiasm all mingle in a din ot tho
utmost excitement. The sceno la alto
pother Immense In Ub sensational fca
Hires, Tho machines nro Bulletin Beo
furnished for tho occasion by tho Von
Ilamm-Young Co, Ltd. Tunlson and
bchocnlng. employed by tho company,
Darned, aro tho chauffeurs.
Tonight and this afternoon the play
will bo repeated.
Weekly Bulletin 1 per year.
We have Jutt received nev sixes
In Ladles' White Satin Dancing
Slippers at S3.50
White Kid Opera ... . 3.50
White Moire Silk, Opera. 33,50
White Moire Silk, 1 ttrap 3,50
Blue Moire Silk, 1 strap $3,50
White Kid Pump 5.00
gpy AND MANY OTHERS -grjj
My New Book
hat jutt been put on the market
and every man, woman and
child thould avail themselves of
one. In this book I describe as to
the care of the human body and
give a system of exercises spe
cially adapted to a TROPICAL
COUNTRY such as the Hawaii,
This book Is completely Illus
trated with cuts and Its teach
ings and health hlntc are as val
uable as an INSURANCE POL
ICY. Books on sale at Woods
4 Sheldon's and at my offices.
(Continued from Page 1.)
the core we shall give them most ru.
xpcctltill) rtfcrrlng you to Set. 311,
Kuvltcd Laws of Hawaii lis an unsvvcr
to tliut letter and ngaln. as before. do-
.miceii io iweui) ncrc-s,
Now, Sir, do i on assume that tho
ionic slender has not tho sumo right to
employ nlltu or nil) other labor tliut u
orporatlon has? Do jou assumo tifut
tho homesteader shall only have that
imount of laud which hu uud ills owu
lumlly inn cultivate with their owu
.moils, refusing him the right to ein
ploy outside labor lor feur of (to quutu
jour own wouls) competition.' com
petllluu with whom?
Is not this laud now cultivated by
Allen Labor? Is it competition with
them which vott fear? Do jou deny
lliu right of the American Citizen tu
compete with alien labor? Has the
uomcbtcadcr no rights under tho law,
as jou construe It?
If tho asooclatlon Is defeated in lt
desire, would not this land bo again
cultivated by alien labor or, If not, bo
abandoned, to tho detriment of a great
Industry? Is It nut a fuel that tho
Japanese planters hold agreement
lor the future cultivation of this lnnill
Is It not a btraugo coincidence thai
the same mall which biought u com
munication to the Association, Horn a
poison in authority, stating 'that no
contracts would ti.t made to grind enno
except with persons holdlug small
nrrnti .1...11I.1 nii imvn linmehtaii ui
areas, should also havo brought an 01
dcr from jour department, to jour nut
oyor hero to reduco tho lots onu-halt
or inoru of tho aroa originally survey
ed? A10 jou aw aro that employers of
alien labor havo placed obstacles lu
tho way of and havo tried, In ovcry
way, to discourage this Association lu
tho obtaining of public laud! It you
aro not, you can refresh jour memory
by referring to your correspondence
Why should you bo so determined to
throw every obstacle In tho way of
American citizens while at tho samo
PHILIPPINE BILL MAY
CAUSE EUROPE TO ACT
REVIEW OF SUGAR CONDITIONS
DY WILLETT & GRAY SMALL
PROSPECTS FOR AD-
WIlMt & Oray's Sugar Journal for
January 18 retorts on the ran sugar
market as follows:
Haws We anticipated last week the
trend of the market towards an easier
position which lias developed during
the present week. Under Improved
weather In Culm, Increased number ot
centrals grinding, causing Increased to
celpts ot shipping ports, much fiec I
ollcrlngs Tor shipment hao been on the
market, leading to n reduction In val
ues to the basis of 3 c, duty paid for
50 test centrifugals, and to 2'ai fur
the same c and f., establishing a de
cline In quotations of 1 Sc, on spot nnd
I ldc on distant sugars There Is a
little dinerence In the tone of the mhi
Kct for the different periods of ship
ment for Instance, owing to there be
ing still a suspicion of shortage of suit
piles during the present month, bujers
are accepting all sugnr for prompt ship
ment on the basis named ot 3"i,c, while
for later shipments, during entire Peli
ruary, tnijors now refuse to paj the
price, while sellers wilt be glad to
make sales at this basis During th
week 101 centrals were working lit
Cuba against W the previous week and
J57 for the corresponding week last
Reports from European markets cou
Untie decidedly unfavorable for Im
provement In vntucs. Mr !'. O. I.lclit
has further Increased his estimate of
the nuropeait beet crop by C5.000 tons,
to fi,:t30.000 tons, which Is ISO.OOl) In
excess of the largest previous beet
crop In history, whllo the visible
world's supply of sugar has Increased
to t,:C,000 tons, which Is, also, the
largest visible, supply ever known In
history licet sugars are quiet at S
3d. for prompt and 8s, S'id. for Aug
As regards Brazil sugars an Import
nnt change has recently taken place In
the position of that market towards the
rest of the world. The Brazil Govern
ment, finding that Its duties wctc In
conllltt with tho terms ot the Brussels
Convention, nnd that they stood to an
almost certainty of having their sug
nrs excluded from tho Kuropean mar
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to tell,
You have a house you wish to rent.
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT 8T.
kets, hnve Inkcn tho matter up ami, It,
m understood, voluntarily cut down
their Import duties on foreign sugart '
Into Brazil, and done awaj entirely
with export duties to foreign countries,
so ns to bring them iiuqiiestlonnbly
within the limits of the Brussels Con
volition Just previous to this action
some lo.iiiio tons of Brazil sugars were
shipped to the United States, whllo ex
ports to Kurope wero comparative!)
small, but during the past week with
tho United Kingdom markets thrown
open, the sales to the United Kingdom
hnve been t.ouu tons at tho parity ai
3c per pound for Sii test to tho I'nlted
States, an lmpiovemcttt In price over
preceding sale to the United Kingdom,
us well ns Increased benefit to tho Bra
r II planter by reason of the abseucii oi
mi export duty which he was formerl)
required to pa) This absent o of ex
port duty will, also, enable the Brazil
planter In name a lower price for hi'
shipments to the United Stilton to the
extent of 3 per cent on the vnluo In
wnrehoiife nt the Brazilian port
Mexico, niiiim time Mine, revised lit r
tariff to uiett tho requirements of the
Brusstls Convention Other (tiuutrlet
which nre now excluded or would bo cx-
time jou travel many miles at gteat
expense of money mid tlmu to ohtalu
Molokuns on terms which you will not
ullow to the native born? If you liavu
such time nnd money to dlsposo of to
iruvel such distances, would It not bo
consistent for you to Investigate and
become more familiar with conditions
nearer home and tnko somo Interest lu
those who aro taxed to pay for uxpon
Wo would respectfully call your at
tention to that passago in tho 1'resl
dent's message to Congress In which
ho mi) s that Hawaii must advance on
American lines, which certainly does
not mean tho settlement of publia
lands by foreigners to tho exclusion
of Americans, and also to that portion
of tho report of Commissioner of I.a
bo r Sargent to the samo effect.
S'e consider it most unfair that land
should hu appraised regal dluhs ot Its
location and vnluo for production, and
wo claim that wo have tho right to In
blst tliut land shall hu allotted to us at
as leasonnblo a prlcu as thoso which
you proposo to allot to .Molokans.
Wo limn nmironched this ninttor.
Sir, In a spirit of fairness and within
our right, and under tho law, which ,nl"g, mid before the mother know
fnlrness wus, nt llrst. mot bj you, la awl"" had hiippi tied tho llttlo ono had
similar Bpirtt, uut later events seem "" "' ..... ..t, ....
Ho Indlcata that jou havo had a,leBS " the gioiind below. I.very nb
to Indlcuto that jou liavo had a
change of mind, tho causo of which wo
can only conjecture,
Wo now feel that wo aro within our
rightB, under tho law, In demanding ev.
erythlng duo us, under said law and,
according to our original application,
und If, for any good reason, tho amount
asked for can not bo allotted to us,
under tho law, wo feel that wo should
bo considered and conferred with as to
u. small area
it was resolved by tho Association
that a copy of this communication bo
HONOLULU, February 3. 190G.
I NAME OF STOCK
C Brewtr ft Co ..-..
twa PlanlitlnnCn ...
Hawaiian AatKullLlJ Co
I, too 00c
I - ,! 1-1
naw uom sufar lo
riawallan Sugar Co w.
Hrnitmj Sugar Co
Harku &UKr Lu. - .....
Kahuku Plantation Co..
f .000 OOO
Klrwi Plantation Co LU
Klpanulu sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co .
McHryia Sugar Co -..
Ganu Sugar Co -..
Unomaa Sugar Co ..
Q)Uaa Sugar Plant Co
On Sueat Co LU ...
S 0OO,0O0 m
Paauhau Sugar Plant Co
ratine sugar ivuii
Pala I'lailatlon Co ...
IVpwkao Sagar Co .....
WaMua Agricultural Co
6Ca 1 -a
X'SHr1 "' ;
Waliumj Sagir Co Sr;
Walmanalo aucrar Go
waranaa Mill Co . .
rntar-lllani Staam N Col
Hon MTrLCo Com
l,t to 000
ht i-i ?
Mutaal TtUihona Co
uanu KAL ' - . i , ,
Hrlo KalrroaJ Co
lion U. a M. Go
HawTtr 4Pf Tiro CI
Maw Trrr I aM p c.
niw IV t p Cm hi
c an sug kct Co ep c.
Haiku Sugar Co 6pc
Haw Com At Sug Co i pc
uawaujrar v.otp c ...
Illlo M H Co Con 6 p C.
Kahuku Plant Co 6 p c
Oabu Sugar Co 6 pc
4 1 t
iiaa augar Co 0 p c.
Pala Plant Co . ...
Plontar Mill Co S b e
Walatua Agrlc Co ft p c-
Sales 2,-i Jlcllryde, "'5rt. 2'. JIc
llrjile. 5r.u, 8,", Haw. Sug, $ti r,n, ir.
Haw Sug $32 50, 100 O.ihu Sug Co
or $69.60 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.50 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1 1-2(1
Ttiielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
change, L0AN8 NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
eluded If the Ilnnwlri t'ermnnent Com
nilsulon took action on tho Import ol
their sugnrs will mi doubt fall Into line
In order to avail of the Diropean mar
The bill which has Just passed tho
House of Ilcprcscnlutlvcs, granting 95c
per loo pounds to tho i'htllpplncs ai
pcars to violate the Brussels Coin en
tlou under tho clause of Article 1 of that
Convention, requiring tho application
of countervailing duties or prohibition
of Importation of sugars which aro sub
ject to n total or partial exemption ui
taxation granted for n part of tho man
ilfnctured output The action which tin
Permanent commission will tnke, pro
v tiled tho hill passes tho Senate with
out amendment in this regnrd, hciuim i
a mattei of r lonsldernblo Import
uucw tn the Philippine Islands
Visible Suppl) - Total block of Ku
rouo mid America .I,9iil.7ril tons
against 2,73K,M? tons lin-t )ear ut tin1
faniH uneven dates. Iho Increase oi
stock is 1,. 'J.I. 13 1 tons ugnlnst nn In
crease of 7HV.Hi-' tons last week Tot.i
stocks mid allnau tiiMther, show a vis
ibis supply of lo.'i.TuI tons, against
2.S1S.117 tons tart jcir. or an ln reuse
of 1.20S.13I Ions
forwarded to the Department ot Imml
grntlou and of Lihor at Washington
nnd to the prss nt Hawaii for publl
1' C. i:TONi
Secretary of the Thompson Set
FALL 111 WINDOW
A very distressing accident occurred
at tho Castlo homestead in Mnnon Val
ley yesterday ail moon. Tho two-
year-old child of O.la u sowing woman,
fell from one ot the high windows ti
tho gioiind and dinl from its injuries
nt tho Japanese hospital this morning,
Tho child wus plating about tho room
while its mother wus at work. It bd
eamo restless and asked to go homo.
Whllo w tilting. It went to tho window,
which Is protect! d by a swinging
Kcicen. i:illur the screen was tin-
hooked or the ihild loosened tho fast
tcntlon possible was given tho child,
but its life could not bo saved.
Christian church, corner Alakca and
King streets All tho regular servicer
tomorrow. J union (' 1! , 9 a. m ; Senior
C, U,li 30 p. nt , lllhle school, U.30 a
m.; preaching 11 a 111. and 7:30 p. m
Morning subject "Thou Art tho Man.
livening subject, "In Your Virtue Sup
ply Knowledge " Baptizing at tin
close ot tho evening servleo, You ar
cordially Invited to any nnd all scr
Vices. O. I) IMwnrds, pastor,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
t- SHIT The first count in The Bui-
- letin Auto Contest will be an-
! nounced Thurtday, Feb. 8. An
early start In the contest Is an
! assurance of future success. 2
. .j. .;. .;. .j. - .5. - -j. -j. .. -j. .;.-..:. .;. .j.
ttnlnrlnl In. ttn ll blrt.i nt tl.li.ra
..Uf'lllll ."I I'M- .......- Ml 1,1111... ,
lll.im'a tiiiitliti tituliirci.it- nn,l uhlrt I
nnist sale will be continued ull tiexl j
Mrs George H Cnrier owing to the
lilnots of tho Gov oritur will not ro
te he Wedticsdav nfti'iiioon
Col W. V Allen patsi .1 a resiles
tight but rallied somewhat this morn
lag Ills condition Is still critical
Satin TnlTcta and double faced satin
ribbons In all good shades and width
on salo at Whitney & Mursli s Moil
Whllo the clt) s hotels are at pros
mt entertaining an unusual number ot
gu"M there ure still ntiommodatlom
.In lge Do Bolt thl morning denied r
motion for n new trial of the assumjitlJ
cnii' of A. N. Campbell vs Mary and
'the Twenty-fourth Infautry (col
orcd, hand delighted a large crowd at
the .Moana hotel last evening with a
Mrs. Annie Keartis Island Jams am
chutney served at all the leading hotels
1 an be bought 111 nent jut kagrs bj tour
lts at the factory.
Finals In the tennis tournament be
tvvceti lUhcl Tajlor nnd rionmo Win
ler todny at 4 o'clock at Unhu lolleg"
tcnilH courts for II. 11 Cooper cup
Judge Antonio t'err) hns bun award
td titles by tho land court to his Kal
liiukl lots This Is the llrrt 'lorrens
title award to be made to Kalmukl own
A meeting will be held at the Gospel
Mls'ion halt on Hotel street, be twee r.
Bethel mill Nuuanu this evening at b
o'clock Mrs. S. 11. Damon will speak
on modern captivity.
United States Commissioner MaUnr
todny committed two sailors, who hail
deserted from the Trent h ship Cham
plgn), to tho custody of the Marshal
until tho ship departs.
A registered land title has been
granted Antonio Perry to lots I, 2, J
and 4 ot block 1 of the Kalmukl trad
Tho lots, which aro valued at $1C00
have been sold by l'crry to W It
Tho cases of Jane Doe l.iucwelcko,
charged with selling liquor without a
license, nnd of Helen (1. ronsecn
charged with keeping n dlsorderl)
house, liavo been set for trial beforCj
JI1MKU lC lUH tor UCAl .UUllUMy
G II. Gere, who has been superlnlen
dent of tho Government works on Ha
wall, arrived on the Klnmi this morn
ing from llllo, Ho comes to Honolulu
lu begin his new duties as county cngl
iiecr. to which position hu was rccc-tili)
A quurtct from tho seminary will
sing nt tho Y. M. C A vesper service
tomorrow, Sunday, S 11. in. Then
luncheon will be served In time for uli
attendants to go to their respective
church services Mr. Merrill has hoc 11
invited to speak
l'relglit on board the Klnau from Ha
waii ports was received today as fol
lows ti norses, ii crates 1 tile ken, 1
bags cabbage, 8 bags taro, S bags toco
anuts, 11 hags potatoes, 31 empty kegs,
33 pigs, CO bags boll, 121 bundles hides,
180 packages sundries.
The ship Kenll worth, which was t',
sail tomorrow, is deln)cd and It Is not
certain when tho will get away, for
she must wait for u load of sugar, w hie 11
Is to he used as ballast uti'tll sho gctd
tn llllo, where she will receive her en
tire loud The steamer Hcleno is due
In port with sugar fur tho Kcnllworth.
Eleven Chinese, who wero urresteel
last night by the police 011 a charge
of gambling, wero releasi-d todny when
their cases were culled In tho Polite
Court, owing to there being Insulin lent
widen' e against them It Is hellevec
li) the otiltcrs who made the arrest that
tho Chinese were warned of their up
tirojch nnd hid tliclr gaming material.
The big ship Kenllwortli IsVtllt wait
Ing for sugur to get uwuy to llllo,
where sho will complete her cargo and
go around the Horn Tho ships crew
Is riMidy nnd cver)thlng in condition
for an enrl) getavvny, hut another Is
laud sli-amcr lead nt sugar Is required
und lias been nearly a week In com
dig, supposedly on account of rough
David Spanieling, one of tho best
known Hawallnns nt this part of the
district, und two other natives went
out Hulling on Monday and no trace has
been nan of liicm since Yesterday Ko
klnn and a Dumber of friends ot tho
men wcut searching for them and wheu
they rent litd K ilinu they saw nn up.
turned boat somo distance from the
shore It Is IHIevcd by Kekluo that 1
Is the boat Used h) Spatlldlng illlc
Considerable Interest has been
aroused nlong the water front concern
Ing which of the two sugar vessels that
sailed today for San Francisco vvll
reach its destination first. One Is tho
barkentliio Archer, which sailed at 2
o'clock, nnd tho other Is tho bark Kutu
lanl, which sailed at 1 o'clock. They
each have tho same amount of freight
13 000 bags of sugar. The trip will re
solve Itself Into a race, with equal
c bailee for success of each vessel llet
vvlll probably tu mado by seamen tun
ternlug the outcome.
Chltf Clerk Biickland this foienoon
received a cable gram fiom Sccietury
Atkinson announcing that ho is it turn
Ing to Hawaii nel aboard the Alameda,
which Is duo to nrrlvo noxt Prlduy
This Information camo ub a welcnmo
surprise, as an Associated I'ress cable
gram received jestcrday stated that
Atklnsou Intended to return by tho
Mongolia, which la not duo before Mon
day. Fob. 12. As a conscquenco the
Tonitoty can look forward to seeing
Jack onco moro occupying his old posl
tlon "on tho lid" threo das previous
than was expected.
ia Kf 15 m --!
1 WoTOI TP" AH kinds here Rings and If
1" f' if k I XWR' ,'1 Hroochc and
W X'"- ") C,lains' l-vcrthiiit; tip to- '
1 6iW J date Jn design and properly
(MkW M R COUNTER
N ? 1S LOVE BLOCK .... FORT STREET Z)
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impretiton, and quite reas
onably to, In theie dayt of
harmful adulteration, that whole
tome vinegars aro no more ob
tainable. Thlt It a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co.
are perfectly reliable and tup
ply pure foodt only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with the Pure
Food Lawt not only of every
State In the Union but of every
country In the world. Wa tell
and plane our pertonal guaranty
of perfect purity and wholt
Heinz Halt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Heinz Cider Vinegar
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
If you are thinking of buying a Uku
lele, you will do well to intpect our
fine new ttock. We have an Immenie
variety of thete popular Initrumenti
In all the favorite woodt. No better
touvenlr of the Itlandt can be obtained
Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNQ BUILDING 8TORE.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Tub .
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
1137 Fort Street
The purity of beer Is a prime con
sideratlon. Better drink no beer than
It at pure as can be the result of ex- $
traordlnary care taken in brewing It.
When drinking PRIMO you may be
certain that you are drinking a beyer-
age that It at wholesome as It it pala- c
Dellclout Potted and Deviled
Chicken, Tamalei, Potted and Dev
iled Beef, Ham and Tongue; Rlc
de Veau (tweet breadt), Home
Dinnert, Patet de Foie Grat, Pigs
Feet, Veal Loaf, Enchilada, Ox
ford Sautaget, Roatt Pigeon.
Turtle, Oxtail, Tomato and many
others, peerleit and palatable.
And everything else to make up a
quick lunch for the one who "Jutt.
Lewis & Co.,
0 FOOD SPECIALISTS'. a
169 KING 8T. TELEPHONE 240.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain tlzet of crushed rock, pricet In
future will be at follows: No. 1, $1.85
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We with to call attention to tho
fact that No. 4 hat been reduced to
practically the price of white tand,
making It available for all klndt of oon
crete work, for which It It far superior
to any other tand.
Lord & Belser
dr. j, t, Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21.2v",
the Alexander Young Building. Hour?
10-12; 2-4 1 7 8. Residence, The AJttM
tnder Young Hotel, Telephone Calft
Mnkss riosh nnd stranntn tor Blok nnd
NervousWomen. Stops WDnknesslnel thee
1 r mnJOna atroriK, rtoti red blood.
checks dratyuabricmnKiouatraneth li
realrt It. Bald hv tjriurnlfAa. 7S f-ra. n tinm.
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