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rer month, anywncro In U. S,,$ .75
for quarter, any where In U. 8.. 2. no
Per year, nny where II. 3 8.03
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Slxniontha f .60
Pcryear, anywhere In U. 3 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii,
First Judicial Circuit. )
C. O. BOCKUS, Dullness Manager
of the Rulletln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
eath depose and says: That the fol
lowing la a true and correct statement
f the circulation, for the week ending
Friday, December !S, l'JOil, of tho
Dally and Weekly IMItlona ot the
Circulation of evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec 22 2623
Monday, Dec. 24 2370
Tuesday, Dec. 25 Christmas
Wednesday, Dec. 26 2357
Thursday, Dec. 27 2384
Friday, Dec. 28 2356
Average dally circulation . ...2418
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 25, 1906 2506
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii 1102
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . 4021
nui.LETi.v runi.isiiiNo co., im
by C. O. HOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 29th day of
Si:Al,l December, Anno Domini
P. H. BURNETTE,
Notary rubllc. First Judicial Circuit
.JAN. 2, 19u7
Colored gentry can point to Joe (lans
as proof that a man has not to boj
white in order to occup) a unss uy
It. would malt? tho 'cur nolnblo lm
ond all previous hlstirry It the peoph
ran net together on n legislative pio
srnm nnd carry It through
llelegute Kuhlo Bhould bo prcparid to
lilt the center hnrd when he arrives In
Washington ntnl tarry the Itcfund hill
through for a surc-cnoiiRli touchdown
A Nov York p.ipcr has in.ule a com
pilation of the number of men Roose
velt has railed liars. It finds that nc
cording to tho President's words each
Is an Individual type of a special brand
of l.ire. ,
A. Plus Ta lor Is to bo coiiRratulated
on being sehefed lor work which' ho
supposedly likes. Ma) ho amiriy till 111 1
tho cdvutico notice given him which
warrants his ntHuiiilng tho title of
Pius tho First. Chief of Detectives.
'Since the Government has got after
him Mi. Uarrlman comes to the Iron
with a strike on his bauds. Iho epics
lion Is, whether tho workcrsvvcro In-
ilied to hit Uarrlman while ho had I
tithci troubles to settle, or llnrrlomu
forced the strlko In order to befog n
few Issues ot stock Jobbing.
It Is admitted that threo Imxlng
matches wcro held on board the battle
ship Louisiana vvlillu on tho way to!
I'niuimn, and the President was an In
terested spectator. Mr. Dickey, who
brought boxing In Hawaii to an un
timely end, should tako a few lesson"
trom tho President's Ixmk of moials.
A buttlcshlp is American tcrrltor) and
tho President has set tho pico as to
how inurh sin there Is In a few rounds
THE ROAD SUPERVISOR.!
Moral rcfoimciii b.illsllcd that their
mission is to build up u political ma
clilno by a blurt lit luiiuovlug tho jio
11(4 seivlco ut thu County of Oahu have
occupied the public attention for fully
their relative share of tho Immediate
Tiixravors and persons aides to gkoj
H uixir inotigui iu inu imumiit, cu mi
nttr.ictlvo city mo duo to turn theli
thoughts to tho possible action of the
Incoming Hoard of Supervisors on tho
care and construction of tho city
The question lit Isiuo Is whether; an
efllclcnt Itoad Supervisor shull bo sac
rificed in older that another of un
known ability ma) liuvo a chunco lo
experiment with public property,
,Do tho tnxpnyrrH feol that they can
sub'mlt o,u puiely political gamo lui
rled on at thcli cxpnnso?
It Is within thtli jiower to mnko
thcmselvoH heard In favoi of cfllcleiio
:ii against Jobbery,
PROTECT THB RECORDS.
,Vhllo tho plans for legislative work
lire under way, the dangeioui. and ul
most dlsreputablO'Judlclary llulldlng oi
the Torritoiy must not bo forgotten.
''Year after )enr the condition of tho
b'ulUllng and tho exposed position or
X if K K W If W
It SAINTS "
if "The class In Ecclesiastical ;i
History please Htmul- Saint K
Henry II and Saint .lames C
(Sco)." ID A. M. T.
rreords of Inestimable value hae been
brought to the notice of tho legislators
mil the public. At the (.lose of e.uh
session It has appeared, from mI"K ov
er the balance sheet, that the people
and the legislator hnvo decided to
speculate for another two jenrs on the
posslhlllt) of a collapse o( tho Jiiill
clnr Hiilldlng or the destruction of tts ,
valuable iimiints b) flro or both
Hie present stale of nffalrs cannot
go on forever vvlthntt a terrible eatns
tropin' t'oiirt tccords nnd land rec
ords with all 'heir Important bearing!
iim vast property rights arc In con
Man) d mger of destruction The build
ing In which tlie. nro contained Is old I
and slink). Once cm fire It would bur.i,
like tinder '
No business house would jillow Us
private records to bo unprotected as lh I
rerrltorl.il records now arc A new
building or thoroughl) modern retiovu
tlon shouM be ptovldcd under annul-'
HARBOR IMPROVEMENT AND THB
llovernor Carter expressed dtci ri
gid that Hawaii was not represented
at the Trans-Mississippi Congress
There was Rood cause fur all ll'iwnll to1
Join In dlstiess over an opportunlt)
Hnwnll's snfet and the .Nation's
strength is linked with the expansion
of the American navy, the construction
of ships that will ho n guarantee of
peace on every ocean.
The Influence ot the Trans-Mlsstsslp-pl
C.i.igicss, however, .vlll be thrown
against the Increase ot the navy be
cause the Icadeis of that net lion of
tho country believe that It Is moiu Im
portant to Improve tho Interior wjlei
vvnvH nnd tho parkins of the couutiy
than to put millions into bnttlcshlps to
uphold our jxiwer nbroad.
It Is unfortunate that the trtiul
of mainland opinion has taken
sueh a turn Advocates ot Interior dc
velopmcul look upon navy promoter"
rs opponents. Interests that should b)
cooiiciatlvc hnvo been swims Into a po
sltlun where they bid fair to clash.
When Secretary Ilonnpirtc nsks for
1 28,000,000. for now battleships the riv
er and harbor uu n immediately jHilnt
out how man) r.illes of river this sum I
will deepen or breakwaters It wilt
build The great JJm Hill Is ono of tho
men vho dellg'itt. to dwelt on how
mnu.v model farms ran ha carried on
for tho price, nf a battleship.
Hawaii is vitally Intercrted in the
liver mil harbor appropriations. It
needs harbor Improvements as much as
nn.v of the Interior or Coast Rentes.
J. H. HERTSCHE....Qeneral Manager
r 4 .!
McCully Street $20,
Beretanla Street $40.
Aloha Lane ,....$18.
King Street ., r.". .$35.
Nuuanu Street ....' 550.
Cor, Pensacola and Klnau ,.$40.
Nuuanu Street $30.
Matlock Avenue $30.
Klnau Street $20.
Matlock Avenue $25.
A two-bedroom house, stable, etc.,
on a lot 200 x 300, eight minutes' walk
from car line.
For one week from Jan. 1, 1907, we
will accept $2500, for above property.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts,
'' fJ,!,v'KT COMPANY.
rro&K k BON IT BSOSLSS.
FRIENDS TELL FRIENDS
"NOTHING LIKE PE-RUNA."
Jl I I , i -as. J
rr.-nu-SA'H roruLAittTV j30
is itrxo small mkasviu: mFWs-'
mm to tjik ansKiiovu ftjfk w a
J'i(,IJ.. Ml I A IT HI 11,71 I V
(WATKFVI. PKort.Il. jAJUk L Af
Telli Every One About Fe-ru-na.
Mrs. It. T. Fcnncsscy, Hound II rook,
N. J., writes:
"I have taken Peruna and find It a
very good mcdlrluc. After I took ono
bottlo of l'crun.i, I was cured of my
cold. 1 cannot help telling cv cry ono I
know about Peruna and asking them to
try it. I would llko every ono to know
i, tho good Peruna does."
Recommended Pc-ni-na to Many.
Mrs. J,rM.JIorlon, Ittt H. 15th street,
lllrmlngb.im, A'la., writes:
"I, hail a sevcro attack of la grippe.
After taking tho third bottle of Peruna
I was fully restored to health. I liavo
recommended It to many."
A neighbor Advised Pc-ru-na.
Mrs. John Haynes, 107 E. Main Ht.,
Columbus, Ohio, w rites :
"Fur over two years I suffered with
headaches and severe pains In my head,
and all these two years my friends
would say.'Why don't j on tako Pcrnna?
"Finally ono of my neighbors Just In
sisted on my taking It. I tried it and
N-foro 1 had taken onu-fonrth of a liot
Ho my headaches were gone. I am
never without Poruns, I advise ovcry
ono to taku Peruna,"
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," ajcopy
of which surrounds each bottle,', Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drug
111 II J T-
It Is so placed, however, Hint It can apJ
prccUlo th it belter facilities for Iho
commerco or the touutry arc vltall
well; un'ess tho imnt avenuej of on an
trniiEport.ition art' given ample protcc-j
Hon Men of our Torrlton, In ifilicr!
words, cmii ico tho wisdom of mrrytni;'
both projects forward at tho b.imn tlme.j
And It vvoild liavo been to the great!
rdvantngo of this Territory It It had
been represented in tho Trans-Mlsnu-slppt
gathering by uctlvc men ablu to'
dlfct tho mlnils of I hose, present to the
fni I that ours is a great country and
wo nro robbing Peter to pay Paul whim
tuonej Is refused for naval protection
n older that u waterway may Ikii
What the great Americiu peoplu
should learn Is that they have money
"nniigli to do both, and they nio mil)
holding tliomMvc In cheek when -a
spllll of fnhio econonij Is allowed ir,
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
938 FORT ST.
Tho the past month's
celling has been the heav
iest In our experience, our
stocks are such that we
are prepared to serve your
wants in tho Dry Ooods
line Just as well as be
Our advance purchases
for Spring Delivery will
begin to arrive about Jan
uary 1st, and we hope
this year to be several
weeks In advance of the
usual time for Spring
Friend Advited Uso of Pe-ru-na.
Mr. K. W. Htalcy, .112 l'lllmoro St.,
Nasbvlllo, Tcnn., wrttist
"I was down for threo months with
pneumonia and had gotton very weak.
A friend advised mo to try Periinn,
which 1 did, and soon found it was tho
thing t needed. When I finished Iho
third bottle, I found I weighed moro
than I ovor did In my life."
Spreading the Good News.
Trof. J. Ivlson, dealer In musical
merchandise, box ill.t, Cumberland,
"It Is now- five months since my wife
began taking Peruna and from the first
day improvement has been going on
noticeably, Hha Is now In good health.
Wo never tiro of making this fact
known to our many friends."
A Friend Had Used Fe-rn-na,
Mr. Henry I. Goodwin, portrait art 1st,
!M (lovo street, E. Iloston, Msss., vv riles:
"For three years I have Iwcn suffer
ing from a general rundown condition
of tho system. I tried many remedies,
"A friend of mine advised mo to tis
Feruna, as it Ifnil tx-neflti d him.
"After taking two bottles I feltnoMcr. ,
Jvow T am In tho Is t of hcal'h." t.
gists and will supply the retail trasto
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
A Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
bring about Iho condition which seenin
Imminent at tbfi prc'scut session of Con
gress. Qnr c ItlH'ns jirc ofen heard In com
me'it nn tfie Ignorance of mnlulnnders
and their IniUlfeiciKc as to what wo on
the outidde mod. 1 he best and only
vvuy to teach them better Is to give i
constant il ministration of our Ireedoni
from insularll) b) at least being on
luetic! to tell them what to do
The ses-.lon nf tho Traus-Mlsslsslppi
Congress is pvt. The opportunlt)'' w
promote c-oniinoti seuro nnd a nioie
iniupleto l.nowledgo of tho country r
metis iu ever pirscut
niCH' MAN'S REMEMBRANCE OF
FRANCIS 8COTT KEY
Halllnioro, Dec. IE. l'or a mono
mont hero In I'rancls Scott Key, com
lio.'oi of '"Iho Stnr Siiangled Manner,'
fl'l hnii been offoied by Charles 1..
Marburg, pinvldcd tho city wllj fur
nish a KUltablo slto. Marburg was for
merly In business here.
You always will find tho iiooirst
la)er wi irs (he mint professional
IF VOU ARE LOOKING
WE WOULD LIKE TO
3HOW YOU A NEW
We have many new Ideas
In BRACELETS this year
and AT ALL PRICES.
J. M. Davis
6CWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1250 FORT ST, near BERETANIA,
Sewlrig machlnea for sale,
TEL. MAIN 117.
COUNTY AND SCHOOLS
)i h )i M X )(KltXlt)IX
Among tho many things that tho
Maul people wants tho coming Legis
lature to chnuRu Is tho school sjstom
of Hawaii. That such n wish should
arlso Is but nnturnl when tho treat
ment tho country, outsldu of Hono
lulu, has received nt tho hands nf tho
authorities Is taken Into cnnsldcra
Hon. Mlsvrnblo, dirty buildings, over
crowded rooms, underpaid teachers
and nn Insufficient number of thorn
has oausuil general dissatisfaction with
educational results outsldo Honolulu.
Uut (hero nro a number of reasons
for this trouble which cannot bo ovo'
conio by transferring tho burden from
tho Territory to tho County. Thd
question of buildings nnd mom might
bo settled satisfactorily, when tho
matter of tnntlon and tho apportion
.nent of thu taxes Is changed, hut
when It comes to induce a sufficient,
number of cnpablo teachers to tako
up tho work, Hawaii would probably
l.o ns badly off as it is at present.
if tho power of appointment was to
test with n superintendent, to bu elect
cd ns nro tho rest of tho County o'll
clals, tho chances nro that ho would
act ono term to bo displaced by a novv
ninn. Either of them, realizing Hint
ho held his position by favor of tho
majority of tho voters, would bo up.
to bo Influenced by pressure from
their sldo, whether they were nblo to
ludgo about thu candidate's ability or
not. This uncertainty of tho position
would ccrtnlnly not bo alluring to ca
Another reason for leaving tho regit
litlng of educational matters whoro
they nro Is that four Independent rul
ings In school matters would bring
out four different sj stems nnd nn end
less source of trouble, vvhero families
movo from ono Islaiid to another us
they do hero In Hawaii.
Tho only rent change that would ho
of btnetfl to tho outsldo districts
would bo some kind of an arrange
ment whereby thu Counties handled
tho financial pail of tho department
while tho educational questions worn
icdved as they nro at present.
Old Glory To Tack
On More Stars
Washington, Dec 3 Tho War and
Na) derailment have agreed upon tho
nrr.ingemcnt of the stars In tho nn
llonnl flag, eo us to provide an ad II
lliinul star to represent tho new stale
o, Oklahoma. Tho new arrangement
f,ccs Into effect on Jul) 1, 1007, anil Is
is follow t:
Thin decision Is tho result of i ills.
ciutslun of tho quest Ion ot a tlianzc Iu
the armngement or tho stnrs, with a
vlovv to a siilnenucnt addition of two
stars, In which event thero will bo six
rows of i lent stars cat h In regular col
tMiii.a. Tie vvnr and navy departments
received numerous suggestions, some
o' them coming from school children In
varloui parts of the country, and others
from patriotic societies, anxious to be
the author of a new field. If wns de
cided that It would bo better to adhere
to the rlmolo form, which did not offer
uny gcomctilc.il violence, lo tho tra
ditional arrangement of stars in the
Ha?, vlth which the peoples had become
acquainted, anil which had pievnlled
for tho last 1W yenrs.
Von Behrinf Reads Paper
Htutlgnrt, noriunuy, Dec. 11. Pin
retisor von Ik bring load a paper hero
lonlghl bororo tho Society for tho
Curo or Hick In tho Colonics on lift
method or treating tuberculosis. Ho
tald ho holluved that tho tubercle hi
ellll find their way Into thu human
i)stcm through milk.
Vo'i Ilehring's theory directly cot!
tiadlcts Dr. Ilohort Koch's doctrino
that tuberculosis In milk Is not dan
gerous and that consumption In most
caeca Is contracted through tho
bionthlng In of germs.
Von Ilcihring Intends to rccnmnicnj
hlu lomcdy, called "titlaselaktln," as
a piovetitlvu or tiihorculosls In In
fants. It was expected that during
his talk ho would glvo tho secret or
hli lemeillal piopaintlon, but ho rail
id to do ro.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTAND3, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Juat received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we arc eloslnn out our stork
'CABINETS same will be sold at cost,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
Mack London Will
The llulhtln llookman Is In rce. pl of ,i Idler fiom Jack Umdon
In which the author pa)s that he will line Oakland on tho IMh of
Dcicmbcr Ills bunt "The Snarlt, after many delays caused b) The
Catastrophe, Is finished, and, (piobably) his left the Mainland with
Mr nnd Mrs. Ignition nad thcli uncle, Mr, lJames.
Mr. I.oiiilon f:i)ii that he may touch .it llllo first nnd make a shot I
stay there, hut his objective point will bo Knltun, where ho will put
In nnd up for n while.
He has "posted" himself about Hawaii so far an thin could be
done by means nf the tunny conlllcllng accounts given in books, and
Mr. Chan. Waricn Sloddard. nlways a filend of Hawaii, has given
Jncl: Rcvcrnl letters to lcsldents of these Islands. Among them Is ono
lo "his friend (Jueen Ulluoknlan!.
Mr l-omlon will rcprercnt himself nnd his Interesting mind chief
ly, lint ho will nlsii "rciiresent" scvcinl mngar.lncs nnd p ipoi a ,vv hei o
his observations nnd reflections will lava room.
He comes ns tho defcndci of clilldien, nnd In his letter encloses
"The Aptistulc: A Parable of Child l.ihor."
it Is n slicing stor) full of pall os, ciictilng with:
"Now t wake mo up to work;
I prn) the Ird I mav not shlik, .
If I should die before the night,
I pray the ljrd my vvork'ii nil ilshl."
'Iho booklet ends with liell's
"Oh lird nnd Master, not ouis the gulll."
"Hooks, Hooking People and Things" will be told about thin Inler
cstliu joung mull whatever Is nlluwcd b l.lm to he public- matter.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
102-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
-ij i i re
"Olvo us icllef or wo perish" Is the
iy now going up from tho Biigar plant-:
ers of NegroB. According to Isaac
Adunis, of tho Attorney (ieiieral's of
fice, who tins Just returned from nn of
ficial trl;i lo Iji Carlota, that province
matters In the sugar region have
reached a rilsls and the planters aic
desperate. The tow prevailing prices
for sugar liavo driven many of them to
the wall nnd otln-rs aio fast golns, anil
unless action Is taken speedily It Is be
lieved that distress will become as
acute ns It Is general.
Tho huccudcros, Mr. Adams s.i)s, nro
In n great many cases paving twenty
per cent on iiiouc) ad valued on their
ciopa Where they nio considered
shaky the) tiro barged as high as ten
per cent a month, which, under present
conditions, means ruin.
To glvo Boimi Idea or how close the
farmers nro pinched, mention may be
made of one ease. It Is that of a plant
er who used to ho wealthy. Only a few
)cars u?o ho had a thousand head of
cattle and carubaos. Today ho has
only 10, tho rest havln;; succumbed to
rinderpest en other diseases. Now
bankruptcy Is staling him In thu fact.
And this case Is onl) ono typical of
The desperate stato of affairs Is fur
there shown h) tho experience of a
sugar man fiom Honolulu. Ho mucin
an offer to u number of tho planters to
Install modem machinery for them It
they would put up u bond guutautcclnu
to supply so iniieli enne. As remunera
tion he was to iccelvo 'l'i ncr cent ot
tho output, leaving them 75 cr emit.
Ho a bio guuiaulccd to extract !I0 per
cent of fcucehurlno mutter vvheio now
they set only about 5V. Ho was thus
prnitluilh gtiaiiiutcclug them lift) i
cent mine piollt than they ate making
now, this after deducting his uhaiu.
Tho planters wcic cagor to take up
such n piiimlslug piopostllon hut the)
were- al raid that uwlnc to tho lack ot
cnrabio they could not maintain thu
leinis ot tho contract and furnish a
siillklenl iitipply of tho cane, thus for
feiting their bond. l'or this leasou
the) nctp Eorrovvfully compelled to
foicgu tho tempting Inducement held
'fit Id them.
Whellipr mi ngrlciilturiil hank would
meet tho nucotltlcs of tho uiio and
gjvn the icllef needed Is eonsldeied
Qoiibtful by Mr Adams. Ho qucstluns
whether with tho strong competition
caused b) tho lurgu production or bcei
siigni tho pilnclpil Industry of Negros
can ever hojio to bo invlved, If It Is
gilvanhetl Into lll'o again, ho bclluvcs
It will be only by tho Islands getting
In behind tho tariff wall of tho homo
louutiy on tho name footlns us Potto
lllcci nnd Hawaii, and added to that, an
iifilculttirul bunk. Manila Times, Nov,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
(Mo BBI Of FOOD
Prevented b) strong Iron b.itH from
the poL'-dhllll) of making uione) by
murder nnd iobbe"-j, John filcnisoii, tho
snsplpo thug, bus dcvotoicd a sudden
ludustr) along legitimate Hues nnd Is
picking up enough money by drawing
to keep himself In slgars an I better
fine than the prlcou provides. Sleni.cn
Is generous with his money, toe, and
hln (climates arc ihlly fed ut his "i
liru3c. Prison fine, ut its best, Is plain, and
aft"i a mini has lived on It for several
vvcol.s, he pines for a good sirloin.
Tl.oso things, however, can only be su
nned for hard cash, as no restaurant
uiati h npt to trust a trlplo mitrlcrcr
lo pa.v him when ho gets out.
31c nn en was shoil of nionev when he
was an eited. He hud pawned u riiif,
tho day ht fore, and It v.'as his desper
ate llunncl.il stiultH, which thtratciicd
to drive him In hoiioH hard work wnlch
inspired tho lust attempt to murder n
shopkeeper for whatever money could
b obtained Iu thu pi tec. Aftei his ar
rest his Jewelry, except ono ring, was
turned over to tho directors of tho
Jnpancbo bank. Ho Sleinscn has been
foicrcl to vvcuk Tin his desscit.
He has not found that dlflk-ult, for
his diuwnlcss aiu In demand, whatuver
tho rjnalllj ma) be. Visitors are not
allowed to sco the prisoners Indiscrim
inately, but tho jillcemen are nuloiii
to get pictures for thcmselvc.i and their
frlcndn .is souvenirs, and through the to
soul ecu tho nittrdeicr has been nblo lo
cat as well ax an) body could wish slate
his Incnrc elation.
'In his c.icdlt, however, II must bo
said that when Slcmscn cud"iB u meal,
ho otilets ono bis enough for tho lust
In thu coll. Tho uooil tin it Is n clpru
lilted whenever n filend or nl.itlvo ot
any of tha other pilsouurs makes a
visit and leaves a piece or coin,
Hlemscn Is cheerful about tho wink,
mid confidently cmuc-sos tho hops that
ho will ho able to dodgo the gallows
upon a teUinliulltv, ri r..Cluoi:iclo
MRS. SWIFTWATER BILL GCTS
Seattlo. Dee, IS. Klttlu C. (inlos,
tho Intuit matrimonial auiulsllloii of
"SvvKtwatur Hill" dates, tho ucroutilc
Alaskan miner, secured a elect eo or ill
vorco In Superior Jitdgu Krator's court
Unit vvnu begun b) (bites, and his
wiro filed a ciosh complaint. Hank
liiplry pioccedlnga voio then hiought
In Rates' mimo, ami It was when Iho
court got tin Inquisitive about what
flatus had dona with a roitttuo hu
biotibht riom tho north that thu minor
lied trout Suattlc. In Gates' iibscnui
Iho coitit granted Mrs. Rutus' crosi
complaint asking for a dlvoicu.
lltith tho roitipInllilH allege Hlnlutoi)
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