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1 Honolulu Commanriery Installa
Paclllc rirsl Degree.
Lcl Alolia Regular.
All visiting mcmbori o( tb
order are cordially invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODQE, No. t, I. O. O. F.
Afcets cvcet Monday evening at 7:10
In I. O. O nHn!l. Fort street
12 It III2NPIi hur. tin
I HIMI'siiN (
All vltltl-g bro'bera veiry cordially i
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. o P.
Meet every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot K Hall, Klur
street. Visiting brothers cordially In.
tiled to attend
i mint c
1" WAIIUII1N K It S-'
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every I'rlday erenlcg at
K. P. Hall, KIhr street, at 7: SO. Mem
bers of Mystic Lod.se, No. 2, Wm. Me
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and vlsltltig
trotters loralaUy Invited.
It tlOSI.IM! C C
, A S M2MA K It 8
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
Ilnnnliilu IoiIki I, Hi II P O I ,
will unci In tin ii hull mi Klrii, near
I-ort strict em lrld.i evening
H order or the I. It
IIUlHi II SIMPSON
Hi i r til' V
11. L MI'ltltAY i: It
i i i i
Wm. M'KINLEV LODGE No. , K.f P.
Masts every Saturday evonlni st
f:80 o'tlocV In K. of I Hall," King
-'.net. visttlnc brothers cordially In-
rlt4 to attend.
I.. II WOI.K, C C
L'. A. JACORSON K It S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. -.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WUDN12S
DAV evenings at each month at 7:JC
O'clock In K. ef P. Ifcll, Klug ntret
.Vlslttnc Eagle, are Invited ti at
HAM MrKKArjflE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meet every second and fottrtk
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. P. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of n.
CAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets avrry second and fjurlh Wrl
miiilay of each month at San Amonlo
HalL Visiting brotbera cordially in
WQ to attund.
T. T. McTIOUE. Pros.
E. V. 'I ODD. Secy.
Don't btrfrt the New
fi Year wrong, merchants,
y but have your delivery wa
Don repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work riQht, end It right
and charge only what's
427 QUCEN ST. T.BL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX S3.
C. W, ZEIGLER Manager
Phone Main 197
ann you'll get I RUSH BAKED biead
Delivered to Your Home.
W. R Patterson,
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND
1168 UNION STRCLT
PHONE MAIN 321.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEGETACLB
8EFD8 FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 338.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
kmy; u- 13 ihclSts.
If you want a good, reliable
paint to withstand the hardest
wind and rain, try Fuller's
It is ready mixed for use and
the best made.
A small snap shot made In
to a bromide enlargement will
often make a very fine plcturs
such as would cost a big price
In an art store.
ring your snapshots hero.
A repla enlargement docs not
cost much and the result Is
bound to be very gratifying.
No Bill o' Fare
To Worry Over
The Criterion's midday
lunch is prepared and waiting
for the luncher. Served with
out wait or worry. This fea
lure Is appreciated by husl
ness men who have no time
to otudy over a perplexing
Lunch 25c wlh beer.
PHONE MAIN 3d.
MANUI ACTURING JEWELER.
gjy'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Hgr BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A man living on Klnau street recent
Iv rented a house, which he own, on
Lunalilo street, to a gentleman who I
lives a few blocks away from him on
Hackfeld street. But It required a'
Bulletin Want Ad. to bring the matter
Cheat tho doctor, o to Wallclfc.
l'ntum.i huts e leaned at the Mob
Rest cup of collco In tho city. New
England llakeiy i
'Ir niHoell's Pino Cream, pint Huh. i
2"i tents I)n & Co
A pilv.itr part li.it engaged the
Hotel Hatha for this evening .
If )our sewing machine nredR repair
Ins plume Ilentiy & Co , Mnln IS8
Next itioi'tltiK f Hie llonnl of l!)n 1
cation will ho held on Mcmd.n next '
Hi-mii.uitH of all discretions nt
Whitiif A. Marsh sale on Moiithi)
Himleti Council No ri.,1 or the Y M j
I moots this cicning In San Anlonlo
"Arable" keeps Iron roofs free fioln
rust and purifies rain water fllie III
a trial and he convinced California'
Peril Co .agents
'I he Mlknh.ila brought the follow lug
freight t70fl bigs A sugar. 100 bag
tnro 108 cmpti heir barrels, 50 easei
of honei ".", bundles of bides
'lliete will be :i rpeclnl met line o!
Hawaiian Lodge No 21 1 & A M.
tonight nt the Masonic Teinjile at 7 30
t clock Work in the third degree
When the weather Is hot "Amble"
will cool our Iron roof When llin
weather Is wcl "l.iblt" will prriclil
rust California I'ced Co. agents
1'nrcir liiliu (iriihe renorts the fol
lowing miRiir on hand on Kauai IC b
M loon. V K, 700. M A h . 7'JiO,
t, II 2.1I.-1. I P 3WUI. P U ,iWi7,
III M 371?
The EiikU's will hold nn Inslall.nllou
of ollicers IoiiIrIiI Alter liistnllatloli
there will he n social sisslon rihhI
lime Is iissined VlnllliiK Easlei tiro
lllllted to attend
The Hoard of Trustees of the Cham
ber or Commerce will mid this nflei-i
I. (Hill I'lie noHisid Paii-P.ieille Con
sular ConfereiK e w 111 hi nut' of tile sub
jects tor dlsciiMdnn I
IhtirMlm I'lldiiN and K.iturda Willi
'ie the Inst dijs for hli; witues In Ion I
'IIiikh l.ihle .mil hhelf oil i loth, and
loltmi miirt i loth nt Hailia' I'm
pihiH hee ad on p.ise 3
I In? Mibjcct for the pner ten Ice to
l luht nt Central I'nloti church will be I
fruits or ii Splrlt-Mlcd I Ife " Mh.n
Marr.irct ltuiicr will prtnlde at tl.e
1 1. inn The mcilliif: will lie led In Mi
Entiles ilose nt i: O Hall & Knii'fll
Hirtliig kdoiIh dcparlmeul fin llu
White llocl. (iolt tournament to be
held nt Monn.ilu.i links, Siindi. .Inn
tiart 13th, on I'rlil.i; at noon, .tiiiiu
A horse, ridden li a nalle, ImKiil
lulu a King stieet ar last nlRht In the
I .il.inin dlHtilrt 'I he uu beliiK III mo
tion nt the time tifitut nll humped the
lmrw nut of the wa No serlniis il.un
age to i.ir or horse
The Doorkeeper Ills DulUs ami
Prl lieges, will be Hi' W.iiliu.in'n suli
Jm; tills cmiiIiir In the Mahodlst
ehiirch at 7 30, In lounectlnn with the
wo"k nt uer The jiiihlli la (ordlal
H iuilted tbiH cienini;.
'I ho Scisiik) has plenty or pi.rl
boirds. surf canoes, Canadian innoea
etc, which are at the dlspoha! of Its
guests. Itemcmbcr that the best bath
tng and tho best surf for board riding is
dlrrctl) In fiont ot thu .Seaside
John T riKiieiedo, supposed to li.ue
been mled un In mi liideieut assault
i use. was arrested last night Among i
the p.ipeih found upon liliu was a tin
lice lo attend the rolhnll of members
or a lerliiin Honolulu ilnirih lonlklil
'ihc depojltion id Stuuit DiiiiI'.ii III
the matter of the estate of (leueiHio
Dowrctt Dunb.ii, was taken Inline
I Judge Mmlsa this morning I hi i wim
dotie oa account of the fact th.it ,Mi
I Diiitlui Ii koIiic to leue Honolulu
boon to ro to California
Ktilana Kipiil.in.i a 12-jiar-old boy,
w.u liioiiRht to the police station bj
Ilia ci mil aunt Ihls iiioiiiIiir and
ilinrgeil with heliiR illsoliedluit He
h,is Rut Into the liiiblt'of stuliiK ,i)
I ruin school and also ol kecplui; late
lioiirs, sonii Hires not lomliiK home at'
all at iiIrIU Ills telalties wish him
lent to the reform school
JuilRe Mndsaj this mornliiR Rrauti d
the petition or Aimlii HaiieherR, ad
ministrator of thu islalo of I. A bio,
lot amliorlty to make iirraiiRimeiitii
with leilaln leHjHiuslble juntles to take
oiei the iiiiitimlH Willi uitalii phinl
crs, roi plantliiR, (arliiK ror and Inr
leiitliiR the lice turns or the estato
Ihlb was done on the allowing or the
adnilnlttrator that the estate Is not
able at preseut to make udimices
against the expected clops
It penetrates and cleanses the min
utest crevices of the teeth. It perme
ates the gums and the lining of the
mouth. It is healthful. It Is the only
thing to use If you have a real gen
uine Interest in your teeth.
The friend of the teeth is 90ZO-DONT.
i7 fT-'Fr t
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object,
your eves show an Intolerance
they tli c, ache, smart or wa
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need ot glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May Co.
H. Culman, "m f St.
I. . . F.
At the Installation or ollliers rur the
ensuing jcir tor llarmoin lodge, I
OOP on Moii(la nlTlit the lollow-
Ing recelicd their johe of oltlie
N (! , C A SlmiiMiii V ( . I W
(Ichrlug Hecielio, I'. It llemlrv P,
ll , Tiensurer, J A M ikhiiii, P (1,
It S N tl, I) P liwieme, P (1 , U
S N (! , .1 Alidrade Wnnle.il. I' .1
CriKS, Conitiiilor, II P Vleais, 11 H.'
H, W C Pcdirson, I, '.' S . It W Pern-.
(cr, II S V O C. II Cilicrl. US V.1
(I. It Jones, liifldn (luaidlnn, II Ml-1
Cm. and Cliaplilu, (' 1 Itodgers, P
I) I) (i H
Uist ulgtil the following ollheis were
liiHtiilled at i meeting of l.xcclsloi
Uiclgc No I. I (l 0 l b V C line.
I) II (1 H
Nobln (it ill I A II llodioii, Vice
(Ii.iihI. i; . iiiih r, .Surctiirv, I. I. I.i
Pierre, P (! , lic.ihiucr, II A Jacob
son. P (i , It S N C . M T Hlnii, ii
ton, P (i I, S N (i. II P Lie. P (1 .
Wm den, I llitlol. Conductor, J S
llailei, Jr Inside 'Ciinnllan. II II
llrovn. Outside (iiiiuill.in, C A llld
limei, It K S, II (1 Dills, U K H,
It. Meiiaiigb, It S V (! . W II Hol
ster. I. S C. I. W llianch, Clmp
lalu, Itei Alex Mae kliitosb
Tlie following cominltlecs wcie aliiu
iiiHtallid at last night's im cling
Kiitcrlaliimint V. i'armci, II I'
Lie. p (I, ami It A Itnhhliii. P (i
I'lll. line ; I'liiiuil, A 1' CI like,
P (!. and J Dutot
Corii'spoiiileiue I, I, .,i pleric, P
( , M T Sliiiiinluii, P (i , and 12 A
Jncohson, P (!
Trustees l r Slnioulou, Iz-ollc
Petrle and CIpih a Cnine
Additional Cable News on Page I.
COAL TRAIN SEIZED BY WASH
North Yaklmi Wash, Jan 9 -A
coal Ualu was inlilnl heio jestenl.iy
hy eitlens, who look foullile possea
slon or twiul.i ears or enal
LONGSHOREMEN ENGAGE IN
Htiickn, Cat, Ian tl. In a clash be
tween union and non-union longshoie
men liere .Mslinl.ij one man was killed
ami two otheis r.itnllj lujiiied
STRIKERS KILLED BY TROOPS
Oiiznba, Mexico, Jnn !i The Milk
Ins textile workeis hem started a ilot
lebterdni being rh u ged bj tho troupe
irdered mil lo suppress the disorder.
Ill the fighting which followed thlit)
or the Hotels weie Killed and eight
DIXON TO SUCCEED CLARK
Helenn, Molilalia, Jan 'J 'I be dee
Hon or Congi e-,smati Dixon, lo sucurd
Scnatoi W A Clark, Is anhtired
SHAH or PERSIA lb DEAD
Teheran, Jan 9 The Shah died cs
lenl.ty Ills win, the Clown Pilnco,
wlin has been acting as icgcnt during
the lingering lllurss of his father, has
nsnimed the tluune.
The Weekly'Edltlon of tne ETenlng
Bulletin give? a complete summury ot
(he nows of tho day, For SI y
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COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Hutlaittn !u, m hamhII ssm-iu a J
-ui'"i M'-" as W"lliit Wllllliai HI I
-f nwi ni ma ov.
Yccteidaj afternoon tho Woman's
Hoard held a meeting In the parlorH
of lli Ci'iitrnl I'ninii Cliurili Tho
piogr.im wns exceptionally Intercut
Ins Mis Suiilder e'litertalned with
ilild ilcserlptloiis ot tho Ihes of early
missionailcs In Africa, of tho prim
lions the endured whllu Intioduclnq
Cliilstlnnlly In tho dark continent.
Mrs Thrum read n letter Ireim Now
York acknowledging n box or Island
Miss Arnot, doing nilssloniir work
In tho Congo I 'lee Stale, sends nn en
couraging letter In Mrs Co.in, which
was lend In tho meeting In iinolliei
letter from tho s.uno lull to Miss (ill
Man sho fill I v ilcsciihes her Journey to
An entertnliilng talk was giien lij
Mrs Clark or Cincinnati A p.iiiei
treating on the woik outlined ror Ceil
tral Arrlen was lend by Mrs Wciui"
hong ami puiM'l sen ice we.ro liicliicl
id In the program
Tho iiiccitllig adjourned at I p in
A meetliir of Hie clilnesp Health Pro-
lecllio Ai'torlatloii was held last night
In the I'nlted Chinese ikuicO'ii ball on
King street, lo tall, oier the matter of
relief for their btanlng coiintrjnicn In
China As i icbiill about three thou-
rand dollars will be cabled to Shang
hai todai ITie thousand dollar, more
will follow Inside of two weiln.
Ilie I'nlied cliluese fioiklj held n
meeting In the ii hall last Moud;i even
ing at Willi ll WMD will voted for lelllf
wink In China
At tills meeting tho Chinese Consul
lead despatches fioiu tho Cblncbu go
iiuiiieiit regiudliK, the humlieils of
llioiiiiuds or Cliluesn who had been
liiaile liomeless tliinugh the Hooding
id maul ilistrlctH fioiu tho Yaug-lse-Kl.mg
1 1 lei
it Is Ibi! Intention of the local Chi
ne so Kot Idles lo Immidlutel) stint a
hiiIim ilpllon thioiigbout tho Tcirltorj
beginning In this lit) toda
'I lie people ol (ho United Statea nro
the gieatesl u idcn or fiction Their
public llbr.irlen contain Hi.UiiO loliunci,
and SO per cent of all the lolumeu lent
out ure fiction
for the Adellna Pattl,
Hawaiian and Rough Ri
der Cigar; and Edge
worth Smoking Tobacco;
this tobacco Is guaran
teed. Everything for the
smoker here at worth
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Hull CHINESE AID
Ni OAS PUNT ft
Four Hundred Thousand
Feet Per Day To
The local cas conipatn has been
workllm for some lime on the exten
sions which luic been planned and In
n shoit time will li.uc Installed ami
In workliiK order one of the limit
plants In Hie United Klates. It. Val
entine, the superintendent of the ai
plant In Kaerniucnto, Oil , and hccm!
other cities In Hint neighborhood, h:u
eonie down here personall) to look af
ter the liistnllntlon of the new plain
The local peoplo feel that they me
extrcmel luck to Ret n man ol Ii u
ii!illlt lo look rftcr tho woilc us ui'ilci
tnllnnry ilritimitntires It wonlc' ne
lmpoi)lble. It happened, however, tint '
Mr Valentine needed n Natation ml
thought that be would combine linsl
tess nnd pleasure, make the trip to
Honolulu, taking a inc.itlon ami In
stalling the new phut at (he same
In speaking of tho new plant (ieiieral
Mnt'tiRcr Wight said:
"Hie new sjstem which wo -ire hal
ing Installed will glic us n better qual
lt of gas, will gliu more r.is lor
each rn I Ion or oil and will furnish 300.
('JO reel per daj for use When wn put
In the old plant we expected thai 11
would he large enough to last for three
c.iit, hut In IS months wc h:ic
leaihid so nearl) tho limit that wc
bale not been soliciting outers for
the inst two months. With tho two
plants we will I. cop one in rcsenc nnd
will he nble to put out 400.000 feel of
gas In a day It necessarj
"We will Immediately comtuenco In
ln plpen ror gas In tho sections when
wc lime been tumble, to to as ot ami
I shall Tee! disappointed If tho demand
for gis Is not doubled within tho next
In Judge IloMni..ru court thin morn
lug thu plena of I. tit Tung Pin et nt.,
ihirged with nssaiill with n deadly
weapon, who passed loBnturila Tho
raso or Chltig You, rharged with run
lilng ii gainhtliig game, was also pass
id Wllllo Crawfords' demurrer to
thu Indictment charging him with eon
ducting n gambling gauie was set foi
hearing at 2 p. in. Tliursdn).
(Continued from Page 1)
be mtiilc! a separate net In order that
In cane It should bo declared imcoiiHtt
lutlomil after Us passage, llu defeat In
tho courts would not also mean the.
I nocking out of tho entlro liquor law
Tho liquor men, on thu other huud,
reel very strongl) on tho subject Tboy
reel that the) run riuor bl(,h llcenso
iml) as long as thu Orientals aru kept
out of tho business
"Wo cannot afford to pa) a $1,000
llccuso when these, fellows uru nllowoel
lo no In tho business," said Senator
ilcct McCarth) this morning. "To run
a llrst class placo wo must pa for ox
pc'iudic help, lino fixtures, high rents,
olcctile lights, ote, whllu thu Orient
ills luiio prarlleall) no expense except
their license's M) electric light bill
iilono amounts to mom than tho entlro
expencos or such a place"
Tho liquor men also reel assured
that legislation cxcludlnc aliens rrom
tho inJo)iiicnt ot llceiibci will bo tun
ktltiitlonal The) point out that such
l' condition exists In tho District ol
Alaska and coieral or tho Mates, un I
rofei partleularl) lo tho lieenso law
pissed last Juno bj tho Sun rriiiielscu
Iloird of Supeiiisors, which contains
tho following clause
"Tint no liquor llcenso shall bo
granted to mi) one who Is not u cl tl
zen of tho Unllod Slates and who has
not been a lesldeiit in this city for at
least oiiu )cnr continuously noxt pro
reding tho dale of application tor 11
censo; ami If thu holder of a present
llcenso Is not a t liken, ho must Im
niedlalel) deelaio his Intention to ho
iiimu emu and prose euto tils applica
tion ilillgeiitl) to nntiiiallzatlon; citliui
wibo hlu lieenso shall ho loiokcd.
"In icgaid to this question of thu
cnnbtltutlonatlt) of a pruilslon oxclud
Ing aliens fioiu the enjojment of liquor
llcmstn," Bald Mr McCarthy, "tho
point has been raited that n Teriitort
could not 1 answer that hy pointing
out Hint tho Organic Act expressly
slntes no liquor nhnll bu sold In the
Territory oxcept under such regula
tions and restrictions ns tho TorrlU
1 1 ill Legislature shall pinildo,"
'I ho piomolein or Iho annual l'lor
Ida rneo meeting on iho OrmoudDa)
tenia beach linn decided lo add n 200
mile rnco to the list of events already
sent out Tho ovent will bo open to
tho world, with an entry do ot (100
lor each machine, nil of tho money ro
celled foi entry fees to bo ubcd In
biijlng a trophy for tho winner. Kor
tho next inco meet n schcdulo will bo
Issued lolllhK Just wlmt rneps nro t'l
bo run over) da) of tho tournament
and alto whether the racing cars will
start from tho Orinnud or the Da) tnna
cud of tho bunch course.
Tnesclai, .lantiarj 8
Sloop Kaliilanl, rrom Akl's laimlltiR.
Sehr. Concoril, from Hllo nt .l.oti
Wedncsdii, January 9
Slmr Mlkahala, Oregory, from Knual
(oris, 5 15 n in
Tue8da. January H
Stmi. tnntnnl. I'lllr, tor Molokal.
Maul and Una! ports, r. 20 p m.
Slmr Helene. Nelson, ror Ilamnkua
ports, G IT, p in
Slim Ko An Hon. Sachs, for Kniinl
ports, 5-10 p m.
Slmr. Noeau. Pcdcrson, ror Hawaii
and Maul porta, n p. m
8tmr. W (1 llnll, S 'I hoinpson, Tor
Knuil jKiits. r p. m
Stmr. Moann. tllbb, rrom Sjdne).
probabl) tile i in,
S S Moann, tllbb, ror Vancouici
nnd Victoria, probably p in
William J. Bryan
TopeUa, Knn, Pee 27. In an Inter
view here today William J llrjiin prnc
tli4ill ndmltted that he would be a
candidate tor tho Presldenllal nomina
tion berorc the next Democratic Na
tlniuil coin c nt Ion.
"While I liaic not et nnnniiuccul
Hint I would be a candidate." said Mr.
Ill) nn, "I halo not stnted thai I would
not be n candidate nnd do not Intend
to. Such ii high honor ns the Presi
dential nomination Is something Hut
no Ameilein iltlren should decline"
Ilrjan declared that bo hud nexor
slnleil that President Itoosciclt haif
ntolen tho thunder nt the Democrats,
although, he Slid, the President wns
now nihocnllng ninny things fanned
b) the Deniocratle patty
In spcakliig ol the railroad legisla
tion enacted Ii) CongretB nt Its last
cession, be stilted that be did not bc-
llcic the legislation wns what It should
be, but he thought Hint the President
took whit he could get. Ho snld thu
glilng ot railroad passes was one ot
tho most corrupting iullueiiccs exer
cised In this countr).
CIVIC FEDS. BRAFT LAW
(Contlnutd from Paat 1.)
I nun n Iliianrl.il ilnt or ilcw, and It b
,i question whether tho League would
nllow the use or the Pnik nn Simda)ii
ror paid games this cnr nn)how.
"I ho Trench Sunday law, which al
lows a man to do practlcall) an) thing
he chooses to do cm Simdii), except
work, has been closely conled b) the
backers ot this law They bcllcvo that
a person should do Just what ho feels
like doing, and onl) set thcnibcliea
against biicIi things as arc inonc
muklng pioposlllons ot mi) one cor
porntlon or pciTon. ,
"Or course, t)io liar agnlnst places of
nmusement where admission tins to be
paid, will also operate agnlnst the
Aquarium and the Kalmiikl Zoo This
Kilnt has been In ought up, but It wns
thought best to liao It so that they
would either keep Bluit ot give free
The other main nlm of the proposed
law la to put a stop to the'irndo car
ried on b) Chinese nnd Japanese stores
on Sundaj T his In practically the aim
ot the present law, but this lias so
man) loopholes In this icspect, accord
ing to the Clilc Teds, that this part
of It Is practlcall) liiopcratlie. Tho
act drafted b) henntor Dickey provides
that such plnies us sell refreshments
exclusive!)' can kei p open on Sunday,
nnd the articles which constitute "ro
ll csluncnts" under tho lnw, stub as
soduwuter, cigars, chewing gum, etc.,
aie enumerated. This will do nwii)
with tho daiigei of Orientals doing ii
general business on Siinilajs mulct the
screen furnished by n box of cigars and
u few bottles ol glngcrpop.
Tor six mouths ending December .11,
190S, kid gloios to tho Mituu or $613,
881 wcro shipped Into tho United
StutcB rrom (jtcnnblu.
Blank books of all sorts, lsdiers,
etc., manufactured by the MuUttln rub.
Here now In MEN'S STYLISH SUITS.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterns and col
orlngs. You are Invited to corns In
and see them.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. P, O, Box 98