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RVRNiNn mh.urrtN. Honolulu, t. h.. hiiday, nov. so. mc.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple,
Hawaiian Lodge rlrst Deqree
M a - tprA
Molu Temple Election--7:3C.
All vUltlug member of th
order arc cordially luvllei) to at
It ml meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F. '
Mtet every Monday evening at 7:S0
to I. O. O ITIlan. Fort street.
i:. It. IIKXDUY. Secrctarr.
C 0 IIOTTUU N. a.
All visiting bro'bers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening At
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In-vlle-iS
O. J. WHITEHEAD. CO.
F. WALDIION, K.It.S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every Friday evenlcg at
K. P. Hull. King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers nf Mystic Lode, No. 2, Wm. Me
Kluley Lodge, No. 8, and vliltlog
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. UOND. C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODQE 610, I. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. tie, B. P. 0. B.,
will meet In their hall, .m Miller
and Rsretanla streets, every Friday
I)y order or the K. R.
HA11RY H. SIMPSON,
H. B. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Keeta every 8aturday evening at
ft SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall. Klnc
surest Visiting brother cordially Id
llJ to attend. .,
M. M. JOlrNSOM. C.C.
K. A. JACOUSON, K.It.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. I.
Sleets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKB
DAY evenlncs ot each month at 7:3P
O'clock In K. of P. Hall, King stret
Visiting Kaglei are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOK. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Bocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. It M.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. E63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San An.onlo
llojl. Vlsltlug brothers cordially In
cited to attend.
T. F. McTIOHB. Prea.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
wagon Is made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It Just as you want
It. We can give you an
427 QUCEN 8T. T.EL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIQLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Bolter work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid ,to JOB WORK, and reoalrr
txecuted it shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepnlntlng, Paperhangtng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittlo,-the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Resl Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Olflctl Mnlntyrs Bldg., Honolulu, T,H.
p, 0, BOX 25, PHONE MAIN 141.
038 FOnT ST,
W- BULLETIN A08, PAY $MC
11 5 '
f-lThc Old titer.! VjJ 33
t iaujvu MM 7l
sgiflil'-ftiw j o
n own tin toiiipoii j p3
? tSiii nous "' I I T . HH
mi coat Tz. I r
rotect Your House
A good coat of paint ap
plied to your house now
will protect It from win
ter rains. The best paint
to use Is
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
It Is ready mixed for
use ALL COLORS.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
We're uluays te.ulv to examine
your teeth PRKU iuul ipiote
our price for placing them In
Kood condition. Kvvii then you nru
under no obligation to employ us,
IUitulit-n j titi scl- our work and
how painlessly we oieratc, you will
place j'lr teeth In our care,
I I. 1 1 PCHSON. I) l). s
"Tllli KXI'KRT DKNTIST"
215 Hotol St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG.. FORT. STREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
Is Delicious for Cold Lunches,
TACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE83ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT 8TREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU BTMGET NBAH PA.UAHI.
rjjCOT Qfinin -r
Many Bulletin want ade. that are
printed today represent ctltches that
are intended to save nine,
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Why not nak for Royal nutter nt C,
J. Day & Co.'8?
Kalnler beer Is the greatest thirst
quencher, It's iuu.
A notlcu of co-partnership Is ;mb
llshod under New Today.
Tender bref only, tough kind not
known at Metropolitan Meat Co.
Thn Y. M. C A. held a Thanksgiv
ing tvrvlco at the Oflbu 1'ilson yester
day Nvatly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular. II, Jl.CU and $2 per week. 1213 j
Hawaiian Kteetrlc Co. nuily Irn cm
short notice for uny occasion. 'Phono
In tnclvo hours jeslerday 1 1T.-10U
Inches of rain fell at Win. H. Castle's
pliue In Manoa.
A list of the oHIccrs and directors of
iluuiuula Klieep Station Compaii) U
The I. -I. ste:iin(r lwalanl was the
only cssel to leave port yestenluy.
Hhu sailed for Kauai.
Oahu Lodg. No 1. K. of P., will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot
I'. Hall, King ctrecL
Mrs. W S. Ntchol of Hamakuapoko,
Maul, i tin) guest of Mrs. A. Francis
JtuM, Nuiiauu street.
Allan lIoilm cntrrtnlned the letter
earil'TS nt his muntry place, Wnllule.
Knllhl Valley, yesterday.
The oil steamer ItosvcratiH sailed lor
.Monterey Wednesday afternoon, low
ing the oil barge Monterey.
A Thanksgiving dinner was given to
tho inmates of the Leahl hoxpltal for
liicurnblos, Wnlalne, yesterday.
The Terrlorlul Messenger Servlro
takes orders for reserved tickets for
the Toy Shop. 'Phono Mnln 301.
Henry May & Co. will havo a new
supply of the celebrated California
Hose Creamery llutter In the Alameda
A lliauksglvlng concert was ghen
at the Seamen's Instltuto last Tuesday
night, at which un excellent program
Watklkl Inn is now owned by W. 0.
Ilergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance- absolutely first class.
finest bathing on the beach.
Coast papers report tho death of
Charles (Innlt, nt Sail KrimcUco
through suicide, (lault was loinivrly
11 police olllcer here- and at Kw.i.
Dr. II. M, Mackall, of Kixiluii. htn re
signed his position as government doc
tor at that point and will com" to Ho
nolulu to take Dr. Mays' praetloo.
A coat of W. P. Kuller'H Puro Pre
pared Paint applied to your huuse now
will mean economy in protecting it
from winter ruins. Sold by Lewera &
V. H. DoJgc, who recently returned
from Washington, rejiorls that Special
Treasury Agent Taylor will rome In
December to look Into the mutter 01
the Federal building site.
Iho Hoard of Agriculture and For
estry ami the (lovemor at a meeting
held Inst Wednesday, et aside 3743
acres of government Innde at l.tiuliialcl,
and a tract at liana, for n forest re
serve. Mm. M. A. Pa of Peahl. Maul, who
lm:i been III for some time, died yester
day morning at 2 o'clock ut tho home
of her niece, Mrs. M. Spencer. 1741 I.I
lllia street. Funeral will take place
this uftcrnoou at 3:30 o'clock'.
Mrs. William Wlthorlo and Mbn
Anna WIlhcrlR, her daughter, ot C.is-
tlne, Mulne, urrlved by tho S. 3. Korea
for a visit of several months in Hono
lulu. They nro staying with Judg 1111:1
Mrs. Dole. Mrs. Wltherle Is .1 tlster ot
Muro than three hundred people, old
and joiiug, were fed nt the Thanksgiv
ing dinner served yesterday ut the Ka
Idiako Mission. In addition, there were
many busketfuls of food sent out to
those In need who were unable to come
to the mission.
The regulur monthly business meet
ing ot the Christian Endeavor Sotiety
of the Central Union church will be
held In the church parlors this evening
ut 7:.fU o'clock. As the election of oftl
cers will bo held, It Is desired to huvc
u full uttendunce.
I lie homesteaders of Pnlolo lire
planting their land out In rubber trees
ami It Is expected that there will be ex
tensive groves there within two van
Jumca Webster, one of the hoir.esieid
ers, originated the Idea and him nliej'Jy
set out two tlioiisand gecdllugv.
The lllhhop Kstuta hus leused 1000
ucies of land ut Piitiuluu and Kuluiuiui
In Kooluuloa to J. 1). Castle for u term
of CO years, the leuse being on 11 rcr
centage basis. It Is thought thut the
lease will be assigned to Alexander &
Ualdwln, who now control Kuhiiku
plantation, and that It will be used to
extend that concern.
Tho students of thn 1'unuhi, 1 Pre
paratory School on Wednesday made
their annual Tlmnkcgivlng offering to
bo distributed through th'j .HsocluleJ
Charities. A11 unusuully l.irg'i amount
of food-sturfs, vcgcUhlcB, Jains' Jellies
nud fruit, us well us slvteon dollar In
money, camo In by voluntary eontrh
L.iIIoiih from the stink'iits ot ill uni'lc.t
The following sailing dates for tliu
Aliierlcan-llawulliiii vessels huvu been
given out by the local agents: From
New York to Honolulu: H. 8, Texan,
lo tall Decemlmr 10; 8. 8. Iluwnlluii, to
full via Teliuaiilepec, Jaiitiary IS, I'lom
Sun Kriiudeiii to Honolulu! 8. 8, Ne
vaduii, lo sail Due m bur IS, I'liim II11
ikiIiiIii In Sun FruiitUeii; H, 8, Ne
biimliiin, In sail Dcnunlier II) H, H, Nt
Vinlun, In still lliTniuliiir M, I'ioiii He
11 1 1 lo iuul 'I'liioniii n Hun l'iinei(ii
H. H. Nmii'luii, Id mill Deeeiubcr ,
Here are two eyeglacses, one fitting
the notu correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that will fit aM nooet, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To .know the style best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust it is part cf our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET,
Over May & Co,
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 178-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Consists of a NEW LINE OF GOOD JEWELRY and an
Extensive Assortment of HAWAIIAN CURI08. Every
thing Is riCW and UP-TO-DATE. Call and let me show
you theof goods.
curt nnu uuniu ucnLLti,
Uerllu.- Nov. 28. A loburllu factory
nt Wlttcn exploded jeaterday hilling
and woii.-i.IIng 200 (ieople. The win
dows of the dty were shuttered.
LEAVE MOOR8 ALONE
Toulon. Nov 2K,
The French rquad 1
ton Intended for 11 demonstration
Moorish waters has been lecalled.
New York, Nov. 2S. Slgnor Carimo
had u cordial reception ou his reappear
ance lu I.u lloliemu.
New York. Nov. 28. An Insane wo
man named lluudflcld has he-jit nm Hi
ed for lliieateiilng the life ot ltoeku
feller. PULAJANE8 DEFEATED
Manila. Nov. 28.-ln a fight will. lhi
Piilnjanvs In Samur, Chief de la Cruz
wus killed and twenty of his folluwfis
SCHMITZ IS BACK
San Fiuneliico, Nov. 28. Mayor
8chmlz arrived heio yestcrduy mid
had u waim reception fiinii bin sup
FIGHT WA8 A DRAW
Los Angeles. Nov. 28. The pi Up
fight heie wus 11 ilruw. I
The Weekly Kdltlon of tue Evening
n,lltln l.,Aa ..MnA. a...Mn..... nf I
the news of the diy. For 81 yr.
Do You Know
That the Beit Five-cent Cigar, the one
with the real tobacco taste
It Is a
remarkably sweet smoke;
Is made from regular lengths of good
tobacco and the wrapper Is genuine
Imported loaf, Why Not Try It7
Boli Honolulu ArjtrtU,
C0IINCII MOTEL ANO FORT Bfa,
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed In large type
en very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock.
tt when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little room.
Bound in Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authorc now in stock.
lllcl.eus, Jane Austen, Durns,
Klugsley, Tennyson, Thackeruy,
The llrontes, Curlyle, Lever,
Shakcspenre, Scott, llunyan,
(VivunteK, I.ytton, Klllot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
Illustrated, Cash or Installments.
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
nir.nk book of all aorta, ledger
etc., manufactured by the liullelln Pub
iMl.Inc Company. '
smruni ncirnvicLOh m
RAILROAD PRESIDENT KILLED
I.ymhbur, Vlrglula, Nov. 29. Sam
ucl Spencer, thep resident of the South
em railroad, and tour guests, all prom
Inent In fliipclal and business circles,
were kllled'tii n rear-end collision heie
yesterday. Two other persona were
killed In the wreck nud their lodle
cremated. Two others were kerlously
WANTS 8ALVATION 8ETTLERS
l.ouilon, Nov. 2'J. Tho llrltUh South
Africa Company has offered u nUllou
acie-s of land In Uhodesla to the rial
aiion Army to eolonlzu.
NEW SPANISH CABINET
Madrid, Nov. 29. Tho new cabinet
I'as been completed with the following
members: Premier, Peudergast; Mln.
Ister ot Foreign Affairs, Caballern;
Minister of the Interior, llarrosis; Min
ister of Finance, Delgudo; Minister ot
War, Delumie; Minister of Marine, the
'"lku "f Mha- and MI't ' J"
RU88IAN CHARITY 8CANDAL
Bt. Petersburg, Nov. 29. Premier
Stolypln hus culled a special council ot
thn ministers to consider tho tanilno
lellef scandul, in which the Asslstunl
I .milliner 01 me uiivriur, eiursu. is in-
01 ved. rjurlio has resigned.
COLUMBIA BEAT8 YALE
In the Thanksgiving Day football
K (lines the following stores wore mudo'
Pennsylvania 0. Cornell 0; Carlisle
18. Virginia 17; Columbia 1, Yule 0.
STILL IN THE RING
Mexho City. Nov. 29. W. It. Heurst
In un interview stutcs thut If the clr
cumstatices wurrunt he will nguln b
a eundldute for office.
Ht. Petersburg, Nov. 29. The Kmper
or has fixed a legul uorklulg day ill
twelve hours, allowing two hours for
The BU8IUE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Oaturday Bull,
tin and the Watkly Edition, glvi a
conclie and eomplit reium of all It
gr,l notice, call for tindiri, Judg'
ment, building pirmlt and rl
tats transaction. Evening Bullitln,
7fi par month, Wnkly Bullitin,
81 pr yr,
The Wneklr Kdllion of the Kvnlni
llullfllu give g complete lunimiry ol
let uw of lb lit, Par HI yir.
Bossy Was Headed Fo-
Kauai When Baron
Is n eow a bird or a fish?
That U the question that the men
along the waterfront nro endeavoring
to solve today, Pete Ilaron Inclines to
the belief that she belongs to the
Pisces, for he went fishing this morn
ing mid rnught one. SI10 was a blacK
and white bossy but she could swim
like an uku. Pete doesn't say how
long he had to play her before he land
ed her, but he did land her.
When ho first cnught sight of her
she, was breaking .the long distance
record In the direction of Kauai this
is no pun and creating n wake that
limited like that of the Alameda.
Pete stared at her a minute and a pal
lor overspread his face, a milky white
pallor. "Iy (leorge, I didn't know Ia
been hitting It up so hard," he
groaned. "Where's John Martin? I'm
going to swear oft right now. Ma for
the sptinkler ami the dry and dusty
road of sober rectitude. A bus thn
cocktail route. I'm going to Join the
W. C. T. U, or the Hand of Hope. A
little white ribbon for mine."
Then Peto got mad. "Blamed If I'm
going to be blulfed by any black anO
white cow with 11ns. I don't euro If It
has pink eyes and a tall like a boa
constrictor. I'm going to catch the
critter and add It to my menagerie."
And Pete went back to the wharf am'
got a six Inch hawser and a hoisting
hook that weighed about a hundred
pounds and went fishing. He baited
the hook with a sack ot bran and bossy
bit like n sucker.
it was a fierce struggle but Pete
He hasn't Joined the Hand of Hope
yet, for he found she was a real cow,
one of the kind that gives real mil
such as you don't find on the restaurant
How the beast ever camo to bo BWlm
mlng around In the channel In a mys
tery, but she was there, and this Is no
OF I, III
I'lsns alio rapidly maturing for tho
annual convention and reunion of the
Uenovolent and Protective Order of
IUks, which la to be hold In Ph ladel
pli.la during the week of July IB, 1907,
and already several features have been
decided upon which members of tho
Jlotal 'wle think will provo ot Interest
and attractiveness to tho visitors.
llaslng their estimates upon a con
servative canvass of the entire coun
try, tho committee la preparing lo en
tertain no less than one hundred and
fifty thousand Isltors, and the task of
finding accommodations for them has
been systematlied so that llttlo diffi
culty will bo experienced by any ono
in rinding proper hotel quarters.
At tho recent meetlne of thu Exeeu
tlvo Committee and the chairmen of
the various subcommittees, who havo
charge of tho arrangements for the re
union, It was decided that no less than
$15,000 should be distributed In prises
to the visiting Elks.
This amount will bo divided so as to
nfford every lodgo of Elks In this coun
try an opportunity of competing for
tome of the prlre money,
Perhaps the most Interesting eon-
t for one of these prlzos from a pub-
nt point or view will be the band con-
t, for which $2,000 has been set
artrt. It has not yet been decided
wllro this contest Is to bo held, the
counilttco holding under advisement
llelkont, Falrmount, and several oth
er rorts. '
Trie band contest will bo limited
excluUvely to bands participating in
the bk parade, and In order to be fair
to alfivslltlng musical organisations
the cujimltteo has decided to elimi
nate frtn the contest all Pennsylvania
bands lid' bands coming from within
a radlnjuf 100 miles of this city. For
these balds several other contests will
be held Ind several nrlies will be of.
hat no one will be slighted,
imltteo Is now at work on
contests, u lull list of
be announced very shortly.
ly cool, are Whit Lin-
en Duck 8
but th Quality W
DURABLE and thire.
Evry talon, of our xprlncd
workmen I xrcld to give you what
w guarant- PERFECT FIT.
W. W. kta k Co.,
I Ing Bt,
PHONG ULUB a , p, 0. Ik tit,
re red, sol
(Special Wireless to the Bulletin ,
HILO, Hawaii,, Nov. 30. A protest
has been sent from this city to Gov
ernor Carter against the Lanal ex
change. It was signed by a number
of cltltens and gave as Its grounds
that It would be detrimental to the
public Interests If private parlies
were given the possession of such
large tracts. It argued that Congress
should assume the burden ot saving
Petition For Recount
BY CORNWELL ,
To Be Filed Monday
Wm. II. Cornwell, the Home Rule
candidate for Supervisor of Maul, who
was defeated by only, five votes by his
Republican rival, stated this morning
that his attorney, R. M. Watson, would
today begin to prepare his petition tor
a recount. The petition would be filed
next Monday, and Cornwell will remain
In town until the matter Is settled.
Cornwell considers that If his peti
tion Is granted, he will have a cinch,
as In his opponent's stronghold, Pun
nene, many of the rival's votes were
counted although the ballots were
wrongly marked for other officers. In
Corn well's best precincts, on the other
hand, Wallitku and Walhee, many bal
lots for Cornwell were thrown out be
cause they were wrongly marked In
regard to other officers. Therefore
Cornwell expects to gain a majority 01
votes, no matter which way the Su
premo Court decides on the ballot ques
tion V. 0. DEPHmilil
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
The following dnta, covering a period
of 31 years, havo been compiled from
the Weather llureau and McKtbbln
records at Honolulu, T, II. They are
irsiied to show the conditions that havo
prevailed, during tho month In ques
tion, for the above period ot years, but
must NOT be construed as a forecast of
the weather conditions for the coming
Month: December, for 31 years.
Temperature (1890-1903) Mean or
normal temperature, 72 degrees; the
wnrmest month was that of 1891, with
an average of 74; the coldest monti.
was that or ,1902. with an average oi
71; the highest temperature was 84, ou
December 2, 1890; the lowest tempera
ture was 5D, on December 30, 1900.
Preclpltatlo'n (ruin) (1877-1893. antf
1904-B) Average for the month, 3.5J
inches; averages number of day with
.01 of an Inch or more, IS; the greatest
monthly precipitation was 8.8G Inches
In 1S79; the least monthly precipitation
was 1.17 Inches In 18S8; the greatest
amount of precipitation recorded In
any 21 cousecutUe hours was 4.3d
Inches on December 22, 1879.
Relative Humidity (9 o'clock aver
ages from records of Territorial Me
teorologist; 8 o'clock averages from
Weather llureau records) Average
a. m.. 70.5 per cent; 9 p. m 77,9 per
cent ,(1893-1903); 8 a. in.. 73.0 per cent;
8 p. m., 72.5 per cent (1904-1905),
Clouds and Weather (1890-1905) Av
erage number or clear days, 12; partly
cloudy days, 15; cloudy days, 4.
Wind Tho prevailing winds have
been from the northeast (1875-1891,
1901 and 05); the average hourly ve
locity of the wind Is 8.2 miles (1904 anC
5); the highest velocity of the wind
In 1904 and 5 was 38 miles from tho
northeast on the 20th, 1904,
Station: Honolulu. T. II.
Date of Issue: November 29, 1906.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
MY UiNJo INI.
. The Japanese friends of Dr. Ifehl.t.-..
who has gotten himself Into more or
less trouble through trying Cj shield
a fellowcountrymau who was suspected
of Leprosy, claim that the entire mut
ter has been settled to their satisfac
tion. There has been no formal action
taken In tho matter by the Hoard of
Health though Uclilda has been re
moved from bis position In charg of
the Japanese hospital by a" vote of .he
directors of the Institution.
President Plukham of the Board o(
Health refuses to make any puMlj
statement on ths matter other than thai
he has correspondence regarding It
which be will submit ut the next meet
ing of the Board.
The task of a Europcun doctor nt Uin
Court of Abdul Humid U alwoyu a dim
cult one. It Is tiio falo of tho helr-ap-I'urcnt
to he kept In complete Iguor
unce of the dolugs of the world-tbat
Is the penally of his position. When,
therefore, u doctor Is lo boo him he
must submit to be searched like a pick
Jioclikl, so that he may not stirreptl
llously curry lo the prisoner aught
which would enlighten him.
Jacks; Townlay Is an u 11.,. iu
million man, don't nii lliiii7
Johiisi Cutillousl why, liu wouldn't
uy a, rniiiplliuiiiit without gulling u
i'"lpl fur 11,-WiiHit,