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FA nNINO nUM.RTIN. HONOLULU, T. ft . MONDAY. OCT. 22. 1906.
Published Every hay Kxcept Sunday,!
t 120 Kins Street. Honolulu,
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rcct statement of circulation for the i
week ending Oil 19th, 19)6. of thn
I)all mil Wcekl) IMIllnns tif IliO
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct. 13 . 2625
MonHav. Oct. IS 2467
Tuesday, Oct. 16 2451
Wedneiday, Oct. 17 2482 i
Thursday, Oct 18 2381 I
FrHav Oct. II 24R9 I
Average dally circulation 248?
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1906 2486 .
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hbwall alone . 1094
combined guaranteed average
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Notary Public, Plrst Judicial Circuit.
CIVIC FEDERATION REPORT
A committee of Hie Civic Tcilora
lion has Issued i report III which II
passes lis opinion on I lie unions inn
elliiaic-b prcsenieii lor piuiiic omcu in
the Countj of Oabu
Tho document In Blgueiji) D I..
Wlthlngton Prank II .MrStocker, Do
romus Hemlder nnd C II Okkcy. No
meeting of the member otitic- Cllc
Federation has been called -nnd none
held, no It must be a fact that the
opinions expressed are those or tho
men named, at least tho). pass bh
Sinn, dlthnugh the vrelauj?ree)i:d of
some of the men would Indicate. Hint
the are Ignorant of what the nro
doing on this occasion
As another argument for the
straight Republican ticket the pronun
clanienln of tho Civic reilerntlon com
mlttee Is a success
Much ililm Is made In clvlo virtue
in tho text of the report, but enn fill
perusal of tho absolute misstatement
of facta and the extraordinary cxhlbl
tlon of certnln temperance ( advocates
landing for men cngiged in the sa
loon business furnishes good bnsls
for tho conclusion that tho decisions
of this committee wero warped by
either spile or Ignorance, probably
The committee which declares that
the purpose of tho Cllt Federation
"Is to advance tho Interests of chic
righteousness" goes on record against
the election of K T P. Wnterhouse,
the Republican candidate for County
Treasurer, becauso It claims that Wa
tcrhousc should have been nomlnuted
for the House of Representatives.
"Out tho machlno took his name from
this position In order to use his pop
ularity as a club to strike down R II.
Treut, the presi.nl Incumbent of the
ofTice," sas the report
This Is a clc-ii cut untruth.
Trod Waterhouso could hac had a
renomlnatlon to the House, of Repre
sentatives without the slightest oppo
sition. This ho refused, but person
ally preferred to make a canvass for
tho nomination for Treasurer Long
before the convention Watcrhousc
published his request for support for
Count) Treasurer Time Is not an
lota c;f tru'h In Iho innuendo of the
Civic Federation lummltteo that Wn
terhouse was swept Into a nomination
or out of It by this mysterious "ma
Had Wdterhouse been forced to
tako the nomination to tho House, It
would have been machine politics pure
and simple The fait that such a
plan would have been acceptable to
tho Civics tarries lis own 'conclusion
us to the dlctatoilal character of the
organization tluj would run machine
of the worst tvuo
11 he commlUee claims for Itself
ut It commands sources of Informa
tlon. This Is followed by tho Ism
nueo of a statement that is n dlru-t
Tho lommltlee elcelaies that H has
not shirked Its duly In Itn search
or civic righteousness however it
han nclcc'ril a Riloou keener in ontio
fcVe.i.i-.. . - ,....i .- .. .....
i uiiiuu iu u inibiiii'tts limn mm iu a n.-iu-
' nar.iU mf.it nil. I u linn mln vi . Itpllfllp
J'-."' -! '1 ...."1 .W " W.-......
la on record ngaliiBt the present Ihpior
law, which has mused nil the trouble
Thill's (Ivic righteousness with n
vwigeunco, If civic ilRlitcousnusa bo
tho right bovver nf "pen faced hypoc
risy In Iho sumo umneUlnn the commit
I nl vim fiiviirnblo mention tn u run
illdutu who U llltuiwtuil Iu tho milium
business nnd puts him on nn equallts
with onu win) Is not
Again In Iho Interests of ilvlc
tight! ciusitPSH this committee reports
ngnlnst n man whom It admits Is 'by
far the more capilili criminal lavvjer
of the two candidates for this"
Count) Attorney! 'plici' Identlfl
ration with this Imlellnlte and there
rore finrlul "machine' Is tho alleged
cause fur the sacrifice of nfllclil val
ue How good government Is to bo
helped out by putting the less cnpablo
man In the ofllio Is n mailer which
the Civic Federation, whlili nlwnvs
preaches a 'best in in doilrlno, enn.
In going over the declarations of
the committee It Is as clear cut as
crvstnl thnt Ihesc men, In order lo
satlsf) the spile or n few of their as
Fotlates nnd the poor Judgment of
others have done oxactl) that whlih
ihej charge Republicans with hnvlng
done nnd for which the Republicans
nn- condemned b) the 'holler than
And chiming n "holler than thou"
position this committee tins certain!)
made n mess of It
Think of Rev I)r Scudder giving
his eniloisemi lit to salo m-kiepers In
plate of a businessman'
Think of Frank McStockcr putting
his sign nnmial lo the endorsement
nf Cunls lauke.i In' plnce of Arthur
M llrovvu Ami tho pMilbltlou or Mc
Stinker crlng out against n pollllml
machine or boosting n split ticket pro
giam Is almost ns ridiculous us the
pnrtlclpitlun of Dave Wlthlngton In
the duties nnd responsibilities of clvlc
menlor for the Count) of Oahu.
Then there Is V II Dickey, who but
for perfect pnlltlml organlration nnd
i straight ticket vote could never
have graced the halls of the l.eglala
lure Whv should he so suddenly
change when his own Interests nru not
Involved but 'he same Interests which
lie then represi nliil, lo a gnat ex
The whole thing resolves llsclf.
down lo (he old fight against Fit own
for Sheriff with enoug.li buncombe on
the side In connection with other
rnndldnlcs lo make some believe
hat the) hnve covered their trucks.
It is blind spite nnd Ignorance from
he first lo list And back of it Is the
anxlcl) lo gel a hold on tho police
power In order that It tuny be used
to promote an actual machine, lo be
iliiT.t'cu in nn- .tiijiirur) uiiiiiiiit pug I
Rested 111 Iho program of forcing Wa
lerhouse for Instance, to take n num
oprr.i'ed ill the arbitrary manner sng
Inntlon for tho House of Rcprescnln
Ives or nothing.
The courso which tho committee
maps out Is one of criminal political
foil) and one which the mnjnrlt) of
Iho -voters of tdls Count) will not fol
low. The cr) of tho "machlno" raised
igalnst Drown, tho charge that ho Is
corrupt or thai he commands n cor
rupt, menacing political machlno
tvhlch Is degrading and debauching
our tit) Is so absolutely false that
It Is surprising thnt any man of ac
cepted common decency and honor
V -.! H'iuTwT3BaSlMiHMA4Iwt5
jjjyz y -rroes. ond asonst.
House and tot at Kallhl
Kamehameha Schools .
(Investment property on Vineyard
Puunul Tract, adjoining Coun
try Club, two acre building
site $1,500 1
College Hills (choice lot) $1,500,
Puupueo Tract, Mauoa Valley,
Lota $900. and up, according
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manager
7iVww , T
"IS'M&itR&T COMPANY. IX I
i- iWVMTMTMT - llttUftAhCC AOIHTV
will attach Ills nnine to such n state-
ment. , '
There Is In the report of tho Civic,
i cdernllou commll'cc tho snmo ele
ment of prejudice and detestlblo un
fairness that was In cvldcnco In these
Islands during the earl) Wilcox cam
paigns The effort lo break up tho HcpNb
llcan part) and thereby elect a l.cg
Islnlme thnt wilt do nothing and
County officers who will dlscicdlt lo
cal self government Is on n pni with
Hip tirades of prejudice with wh'ch
the early campaigners ngnlnst Atnerl
enn government sn)ed their nil
dlences nnd dlsginced Hie cltlrctw of
The program which these men Invo
outlined Is one or destruction.
It will elect Drown on whom their
spile Is esperlnll) centered, hut It will
defent the men on the Republli m
ticket In whom these Civics claim lo
place their greatest dependence for
cnrr)lng the standards of civic- right
eousness. The report Is entire!) uuwnrth) of
somo of tho men whoso names are at
Inched to II It Is a misstatement nf
fncls, a mlstcpriscutullon of the Re
publican part) and of this community.
It hears all the earmarks of having
been framed by the most spiteful
enemy of Drown nnd then taken to
tho others to sign
IS NOT BINDING
The Supremo Court this morning
handed down u decision In Hie matter
of exceptions taken h) the defendants
from the decision In the case of E N
Holmes vs .1. (1 Herr.io, overruling the
ixccptlnns The chief matters con
cerned nre in regard lo an unrecorded
power of ntlorne) to convc) real es
lute being Invalid as to third parties
ind not being valid or binding to thu
detriment of third parties even though
the tatter have nctunl knowledge of It
The onl) n.tieiinn raised on the ex
ceptlons brought h) the defendant. Is
whether the trial Judge corrccll) In
firm led the Jury to the effect (hut nil
linienirilnil linupi- nf ttllnriiei Trir Ihn
transfer of icnl esliilo Is Invalid nml
"ol Itiltif? Ii the detriment of third
! parties and that nctunl knowledge ol
thn power of uttornc) on thn part of
the third parly who Is sought to be
hound, In this rase tho ilefcnant, J
not thn equivalent of recording
'I he couit decides that no HUfllclcnf
icison appears to overrule that the
long line of decisions nlTectlng Import
ant personal and propeit) rights or
for even quritlonlng their correctness
and that for this reason tho exceptions
It's easier than
We are offering
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST. $2150.
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUNG ST. $2600.
938 FORT ST.
We are showing the prettiest and
best assorted lot of
THAT CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE
IN THE CITY.
You will find all the old favorites
in their newest patterns aa willas' all
the novelties of the Season,
Look the assortment over now
while the sets are Complete and you
' can obtain Edge, Insertion and Allovor
, nf the same pattern.
HONOLULU'S LACE HOUSE
Kutiio and McClanahan
to Return and Go
'I he present week will, according to j
nil indications, be as bus) political!)
ns the one Just pnssed Doth tho Re
publicans nnd the Demo rats will keep
up their schema of hiving two meet
lugs n night, one In the Fourth nn one
In the Fifth District The Homo Rul
ers will probably follow the snnn
scheme, but they do not plan ahead,
deciding every ehi) on the meeting
pi ices for tho ovcnlng Tho list of
Rciiubllcnti und Democratic meeting)
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lor tue weoK win no as ioiiows;
MONDAY, OCTOllF.R 22.
Illi Hep Magoou lllock, Kukn iko,
Stli Iter. iw lie!
Illi Dem. Kumnl.-ic building, Ku
fith Dem W)llle nnd l.lllht streets.
TUFSDAV OCTOllKU 23.
lib Rep Wulaluo.
1th Hep. I'mion povv,or house
r.lh Rep. Vineyard street camp.
Ith Dem. Kmnia Square.
Jth Dem. Kallhl Camp
vi:dni:sday, ocronnn 21.
Ith Ret). Punchbowl nnd l.uzo Sis
Cth Rep. King nnd Asylum road.
nth Rep Nlolnpn lane
4th Dem.-Mollllll church )nrd.
tth Dem. A. Moirls plaic. Pa hi in a
THURSDAY, (ICIOIIDR 25.
4lh Rep Queen Mrcct, between Ml
lllnnl nnd Richards
Bill Rep Kallhl Camp
lib Dem. J. Art's residence, Will
Tdli Dem. King and Kamehameha
IV. road. ,
FRIDAY, OCTOIIFR 2fi.
Ith Rep. Nuuanu Valley,
'.III Rep King nnd Kamehamilin IV
Illi Dem S. Mcheiila's residence
fth Dem. Kallhl Camp
SATURDAY. OCIOIll.R 27
Ith Rejt. nth Kcp Fort hlreel,
Pearl Cll tally.
Ith Dem . Mb Dem Aula Park
These meetings, us far as the Fourth
District Republicans are concerned, nre
subject to change. The week will be
nn ct'peclall) Interesting one, ns both
Iho candidates for Delegate to Con
gress, Kuhlo and McClanahan, nro ex
pected to return from tho other Is
lands during the luttrr part ( the
week, when the) will turt In on their
locnl campaign In nersoii. '
Tho following will he the speakeis
it tho Republican meetings tonight:
W. O Smith. John U Paoo. W. V
Harris. Chtis Knnckoa, llenr) C. Vld i
h. P Corrca, A. V. dear, John C I.ano
Joe Knlunn. A M. Drown, II. M. Ka.nl
honul; II. Kahale, A. fi Kalelopu, J
W. Cathcart. S. Pnhln Wnlclua, F. T
I'. Wnterhouse. C. F. Chllllngworth
Chas. Hustnce, Jr., 8. C. Dvvlght, Jns
lllckncll, D. Kalauoknlanl, Jr, Wm. K.
MULES NOT BRIDE
CAUSE THIS SUIT
Dr. J. S. McOrcw appeared In
Judge Robinson's court again this
uiuiiiiiiK, uiii nn iiiu piuiiuui in a sine
Instead of defendant. Thcro wcic
no charming brides In the case thlb wrecklngi What's moro no man lovea
llmo cither, but as n contrast a Jap a political machlno moro than lie,
nnosc and two muics figured consplc- hen It Is working In tho direction of
liously. .his Ideas He will accept anything that
The suit Is brought to recover $750 'omp. foil, unci or Indifferent. Po-
damages from tho Wnlalua Planta-1 "' ir"e 'V0'1,' TJLT'n'SJllii'
iin. r-.. .. i , .u.l virtue s to some of tho great prostl
Ion Compan) ns damages, for tho llles ,,,,,
io?s oi two runes ami mo ncsiriiciioa
il nnfeuii i,niii;ii uy I1IU lll'll-llllitlll,
wBlch It Is alleged occurred through
Iho negligence of the defendant.
K--ntnll.nln.il. In i h . . .
..w.m ... .v,., ...., . ,..,,.
thls morning it would appear that a
Japanese iu the employ of Dr. Mc -
Orew was ncacahlv making his way
home when he was assaulted sudden
u anH win,,,,,, .. u.rni,, i,
:,( hn nn' "I"B. y
nhou . bell or whs lo, by nn engine
nno train oi cars iicionging to ino no
It Ib alleged as thf result of tho
Euddcn attack on the part of tho
Main, which was doing work for and
belonged to tho Walalua plantation
I hat tho mules were curried for
kpacn of eighteen foot from whero
Ihcy were struck and that they wero
to injured that 0110 died and tho other
completely disabled. Also that the
wagon was wruked
WM. Q. RWIN& CO., LTD.
AOENT3 FOR TUB
floytl Insuiance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Aisuranc Co. of Londo.ii
Scottish Union A National Int. Co. of
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation. Ltd.
Wllhtlma of Magdeburg Osniral Insur
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(THIS PAPER. C DA'KE'B AOVER-
! T I 8 I N Q AQENCY,
124 ftininmi Rl l.H v..n.lin Til
wVir. i cWiV fVr7y.rti.lng ..n
Construction Is Delayed
The building of tho Country Club's
clubhouse In Nuuanu Valley Is being
considerably dclnvei! bv unforeseen
tltf-fiima! nntMiu 'n Inau Ihlin tWfl'
sets nf bids from various lontrnctoia
hn,ve been opened nnd still Iho com
mltteo In charge of the construction
Is unable to co nhcnil
The first set of bids was opened
ntiout leu da) a ago. A Japanese con
traitort Charles Matzul, was then the
lowest bidder, his bid being for ft.085.
This would probably have been accept
ed but the contractor was unable to
furnish the required bond. Further
more, while contractors registered ob
Jcctlons to ha v lug tho building go to
Oilentals, claiming that they could
do the work belter mid about as
As n conBiouriicc tho second set 'of
lids were called for, und this time
only whllo contractors wero allowed
In Iho rnce. When these bids wcra
opened Inst Saturday nfternoon, It
was found that only two contractors
had submitted bids. Charles It. nit
man, whoso llgurf was J8.08S, nnd
James II, Futlcrton, whoso hid amoun
ted to S,S(i:i.
It Is understood Hint tho Club fig
t res to spend only $7,ni)n to $7,r.0'J on
Iho building, and tho bids furnished
cro therefore too high. There nro
Ihcrcforo only two alternatives for
(he ('lull to chose between Cither
the cost of the building must be re
dined h) cutting down the plans, cu
Oriental labor wilt have to bo allowed
to complete. Tho committee, which
has tho building In charge, will meet
to lr to reach n decision In tho
mailer tomorrow nfternoon. II Is
raid thnt severnl of tho memheis nru
or much nverso to altering tho
original plans which have been drawn
up h) Architect T dill and with I
which they nre ery much pleased,
nun ic is cue reiore cmisiiiurc'ti iiuiu
ilkel) that the couimlltrc will decldo
to call for n third set of bids, a I rec
tor, nil, In which whites nnd Orientals
alike will bo allowed lo conipctp. In
rrder that a hid ma) he obtained
'hlch will not exceed tho appropria
tion thnt Is available for the purpose,
"This support of Curtis lauke.i for
Sheriff ns the agent of reform Is lliu
mnt IIlrii1mitj thllif I lift in f Pf KPffl
IllUBh inimuwuo ui"r . . -----
In the galaxy of ridiculous things Ha-'
wall has produced," inld tho man from '
the Ninth Prcrlnct to a Ilulletin rcporl
"I have given )0ii a gic.it mnny In
side tips nnd I could give you more,,
but n uclicmo that wilt out-muchlni! ev-1
er) orgnnlrallon Hawaii ever had is bo-,
hind this much-vnunlcd reform movc
"I am willing to grunt that the Autl
Siloon and Civic Federation men nto
honest In their convictions but tho elec
tion of Curtis Inukea would leave them
as niero chips on the surface of the Job'
that Is on foot
"Just remember what I tell ou,
the day has never come when I.. A
Thurston, proprietor t)f tho Advertiser, I
said he accepted County govern-1
I nitnhllslicd bc)ond the povvcrt ot
i .., vlmpy wlKgcli (1i1h to show the
tplrll behind the AdvertUer Ihough w-
all know thai hero In Hawaii nnjthlg
that has the hull mark of tho family
' nn 1 1 I. n I In.l nnnri tulml her II U elmr.
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'X'1" wrecking or Ihn promulgation o'
, ,hP ("lcst H Imaginable.
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S?111,I!;,ni,1"!rikB," 'wMmKiii?. i"Yo" "P,1, m " V" "," I
' iburstnii talking over with Wlthlur. Fl)n on vvh rh Titirctcii when tnlklm;
ton whit would hippen 'when we fietlm,ciUl.ill) nmong fri-nds. has or-'
,nlrol ,)f ,.xor,,hns. s Iho man put fercl anything hut tho most harsb I
i iu The) had then started In on
'mown i iuivo uearil cna same iiiiuii
from 11113 number of Miurces.
I 'That then Is what the) aio driving
' lM ""i" "ro" b-cuiiio he s in
1 cle penilrnl of them, not hocnusn he Is
1 iiitjiiiviviii 111 uitaiitiuiVs ur tiiniiuiu-fii
I tll,, I .P A ...!. t, .11.1 inn
llinllti Imil .. I ....,. t.l ,. -I I ., U .. nnl
i iij 1 Kin 1 111 itlltliuf n ((ill llli'K'
inaclilno worK in runnoctlon with jml-
He llHlrn nml l.nllll, -ll nrlllllv llinll IHIV
man"" n,0li ''h he '"
!VC7hn ,1M Tl,rul,, rtt V I. rfno.
rjolhcercd him, Aiidrnsi on, put him
up on a pedestal of vliliin ami it 11 tb it.
or courso wo nil know tho untliio of had a dock loid of 10 horses, 10 mules
thn beast You know Unit Hrlgham I anil 111 hogs which wero landed here
thl.il. II was, sad thcio I, no doubt nlll8 ,, thn m w))a ()f Ca,llu,
1 oirlu vvn"'., ilMie"""0 "mMb"' 'W4" I" this poll On his i.t.iiu lo
' 'What that ci'ow'd want h not em-l&a" I'riint lf.ci. bo iralfiiis the com-
rleiit goveinnicnt, but lonlrol 'I bey i '" ""' ,,f ""' Nebiaakin to Pilot Olli
weio u-t'iiiibhcil .ind non-plucreii when lfr " " Knlglit and row to Ballua
thCV ,-nillil liul kill- lit, nn,,i.i rnnllnr -
agalnM IlKiwn Hi get n man In tlic
purl) to run ngalnst him Don't 31111
suppose fm a miiiulo Hint Ihey did not
ry to get a inuii to run nmiliikt him.
' 'I In Ir onl) hopn was to pick up with
Iho IH'moiinilo iiiiiillihi.ci mill this Ihey
"."'.""".' WIII'HIU IS llll
' " n"i W mil i Mill II I",
,1"1' IU,,U"1 t.. lUU m ..... f, I
'If cull. Imikiit U inn iilluhlii m
OLD JAS. E
(HAND MADC SOUR MASH)
Is always well aged and It Is purity Itself
Made and bottled In the Jas E. Prppcr Distillery of Kentucky, estab
lished In 1780.
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
902 904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES ct LIQUORS.
Food for Infants
Ordinary cov's milk In this climate
Is often n dangerous diet for babies.
It Is absolutely sterilized The best
cclcctcd rich cow'a milk sweetened
with cane sugar.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. ltd.,
As a Gift f
YOU MAY WANT TO MAKC A PRESENT OF A GOOD !'!
OITT UMBRELLAS must be handsome an well as of tine quality,
PURCHASE ONE OF US AND BE 3URE YOU'LL HAVE THE ft
H. F. Wichman &Co.,Ltd.l
LEADING JEWELER8. '
t tos tf'-S'i'ww
K00l government b) an)
iji tsl(0 hm 1(lrr
mo3ns the) i
worry him and harry him Into iloiua
fool things und muke him the begin
nlng of a genern! attack on the Conn
ty law. You watch. That Is tho gime
There Is no virtue iu It. If tho liar
wallnns knew what Is on foot they I
would no moro vote for Curtis Iaulicu,
thin they would vole for Thurston.
"Inukni If. In lie iihcri nR a tnnl. If
,, wlIl not work ,hr , l1p,,,ir,n,cnt
, tho llln ,g n their political
1 ,.i.Pi 11,01 uin im?ln n r,.noi-nt nn
..i....,'.. ......: ".u" .,"... ... . . ... .
ni.uiniii i;iiiiit iiic Luiiui) iiu i inn
ot f() Dllrc tMt (lll) prn-mn, will not
i bo nttcniptcil at the next bcsslon oMho
rrltli Ism of tho County liv,-"
(MI WM 10
".iiuiuvt ittmuorum ill lliv Jlliltl
Uu.loall.n line a.rlve.l In port
hlliA ntni iiiah VaIwi nlinn nt alt 4n,nH
jtilerny moriilng from Kan I ranclkcu
Willi 11 IC.IVy ClirCO (if llllXL'll freight
Sho brings .t'JOd tons foi Honolulu, HOC
I foi Kuhulul und .110 for Hilo Kho nlm
I t TIIZ Ml ill 11 III flhKllllin llln illlller. llttl
, oit euptalu there for tho Aiucrlcaii -
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SOLD BY ALL OROCERS.
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GEO. E. LAMONL
WAITY BUILDINO ROOM 4
, into the realms of Santa Clnus by the
I buyer of Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd, has
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FMESH FLOWEft AND VBQETACLe
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Mrs. E. M. Taylor
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