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nVIN.NO miLMSTIN, HONOMJU?, T tl , TrEftDAY, JAN. 22, lMT,
DRESS GOODS SPECIALS
STYLISH DRESS GOCDS
at prices almost cut In two, to, create a week of routing business In our Dress
Goods Department, we have made such a deep cut In prices that the follow
ing unusual and attractive specials arc L'cund to Interest you, coining as
they do, Just when they are wanted:
Gray mixed, 56 Inches wide,
t.oo quality 80 yd.
DLUE MIXED SUITING
CO Inches wide,
J2.25 quality .TT. $1.25 yd.
tC Inches wide, All New; Brown and
$1.25 quality ........ ..'.. 5t yd.
Double width, 90c quality .. (0 yd.
NAVY BLUE CHEVIOT SERGE
All Wool, SO inches wide,
$1.00 quality 80J yd.
FOUR GREAT LEADERS
WHITE SILK CLOVES
Duttonlcss, sizes C, 7; 7 1-2 and 8,
C5c quality 15v pair
LISLE SUEDE GLOVES
In Black and Gray, all sizes,
COc quality 10 pair
DLACK TAFFETA CLOVES
2 Buttons, all sizes,
35c quality 25if P-'r
ODD LOTS OF SILK AND LISLE
In broken slzet, will be marked at.
. tp- HALF PRICE -ap(E
WHITE SUEDE KID GLOVES
Elbow lengths, sizes 5 34, 6 and 7
$1.50 quality at 95 P'r
N. S. SACHS DRY
jg Has Stood the
H. Hackf eld
SS Ik mikhhiiici ilj
-ft ' i3i&!j$v i
lectric Light Is
The Safest Light
There Is no flame, no smudg:, no heat, no rdor; no watches need
ed. Electric light does not consume oxygen, therefore does not rob
your air of vitality and freshness.
If you desire, our representative will call and give you any fur
WRITE OR 'PHONE MAIN 390.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Lt d.
Tel. Main 390
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
OF YAROS OF
ALL-WOOL FANCY SUITINGS
SO and 54 Inches wide,
$2.00 quality $1.25 yd
BLUE MIXED SUITING
All Wool, Dchible Width,
CAMEL8 HAIR PLAIDS
All Wool, extra wide,
BLACK FANCY CREPONS
Double Width, $1.00 quality 50 yd.
ALL-WOOL MIXED SUITING
Double Width, 90c quality. (JQ yd
R. & G.
at less than catalogue
This may seem remarkable and no
doubt Is, as under ordinary clrcum
stances we would notjje permitted to
sell them at less than catalogue prices,
but these ar lots that we are going to
discontinue, hence you get the bene
rt; they are ALL NEW, Up-ToDate
50e COI18ET8 35tf
AT A SUBSTANTIAL CUT IN
BEGINNING ON MONDAY
$1,50 BED SPREADS . $1.15
$1.75 " " . 81.40
$2.00 , " " . 81.65
$2.25 " " . $1.75
$2.50 " . $1.05
Test of Time
There Is no experiment Involved In
has stood supreme above all oth- i
through years of constant use and I
never been equated in quality. t
YOUR GROCER HA8 IT!
& Co., Ltd. j
Distributors. ' 2
At Low Prices
J. A.R. Vieira&Go.
. HOTEL STREET JEWELERS.
Enjoyed Visit to The Flow
Mrs. J. Mn'gutre' of Kona, writing lo
Miss Mnry Ujw under dale of January
17, glvi-H tliu following description ot
her trli to tlio lavii llowt
I eouliln'l write, to you last night lie
cause wo only Just got liotnu 2 o'clock
that nftvrnoon from the l'elu ami wo
had been wine tlnce Sunday We left
home about, Ii o'clock Sunday after-
noon. It mined nearly all the way
very thick fog ami combined with the
imokc imuln It lulciiw, the night lie-
lux dark and no moou, the mad liar-
low, mi our pi ogress v. as very slow.
We went In two surreys. Our suney
contained John and myself, the driver
ami Clara who hail met with an acci
dent at l'uuwauwaa. The other sur
rey cnntalncil Miss ltcmlugtou ami
Margaret and Mouu with Lewi driving.
We urlrved at the Wallace's that night,
about quaiter of nine. Stella left Ko-
hula that morning in a hired rig. met
Munuwnl In Wulmcu and picked up
I lit ri mill and Itobblo at the ruuwaawua
gate on the road, und ,lhoy arrived
about 10 o'clock at AU'l'arlaun's. They
left I Incline nhout 8 o'clock. Thut
automobile did welt In the ruin, pitch
dark and fog. Stella, Manuwiil ami
llaiuiuh said the) never saw Miiua
log mi dark. 1 suppose It was the
We all started t o o'clock the next
morning iMoudnv) the automobile
ahead so us not to frighten our horses,
then our t-nrlrugo, tho children's and
rlhe Wallaces, nil of us provided with
blankets, which wo spread oil the neat.
I had been as far as llouketia, hut
bejoud was nil new to me, iimwe had
a delightful drive, mostly through
beautiful woods. It lalucd u lltlm
moie thnu we liked, still we wote all
full of anticipation nml in good spirits.
Otlu-rs cuiue on and followed thu pro
cession, The drccmvclls with an uku
lele made the uay merry with music.
Within nlio'ul six or seven miles of the
way, night fell, bid thu glow from the
How was so brilliant thut we hud no
need of lighting our lamps und If we
had a newspaper wu could have read
It easily. The file grew mine und
more brilliant as wo nenreil It, und,
when vvo reached Mr. Aungst's tent,
whlih was pitched on the roadside
within two or thiee hundred feel ot
wheie the flow was making wuy to
cross the mad, u sight hurst on our
view und we could almost Ituuglue that
San l'ranclH(i) was burning again be
tote our cjes, only this was n flat pan
orauiu, no sky scrapers, the only sub
Hititto being the lehua trees growlu;
tcatterlngly over tho old lava, the fresh
itivu now and then running tin a trea
like some snako nml lighting It up llk-j!
it Christmas tiee. Tho lava ployed'
strange freaks. It would encircle tho
base of a tree and leave It stdndlng:
others It would run up the branches
und swallow It up almost at one lick,
then others It would leave the charred
remains like grim sentinels watching,
too gltastly destruction of Its coinpan -
rim iiuiiiiiini.u., una ti..
.1 many availed tn'emse.ves o,
nullity of viewing from It tnn'
uwful grandeur of the spectacle. !can P".'sh tho mngnltiido of Ihci'
Those moru daring were content fclKllt' About eighteen nilles maiika of '
wllh nothing less than plalng iti,o llovcniment road dlcectly on tlu'
iir,. on.i nt,,a wr,. i...r...i i.. ..i..-. f Imut of Mnnukn. bvlmiBidc to tlto Kn.l
of Blowing rock jtoked out from tliel,iuku ra,,c. crater tn erutiilon wiu
red Tiot muss. About un hour after wvnltlng an imniunsu tron, of lava
arrived, tho lava reached the edge of1'," tho 'in 1'I,- At hort .distance
the mail and seemed to hesitate. It '""" lho craU'r ,ho 8tro'n divided In
banked up against tho telephone pobi '" t.w"' "no ,"-1". "! nearest to
mid .seemed to bo climbing It, then1 Nna , '" 1!"'"K """sod tho road on
went right over It nn.l utioss tho road; ! SlmJny' reached tho sea, or nearly bo.
after It crossed tho road, It seemeft to!!"0 ,ll,.,w""? "'k'1'' Tho "ll"-'r urnueh
nasi, down at a rapid rate. Mr. AungstU,!;avc1k',1 '"I""0 " owl' nml at ' m
..ii... i... .1.1...., , ". i Monday, when the auto reached Mm
I'Miti-ii nut inr luiviniuiiu wiru uuii we- , ., , - ,
each had a piece us a souvenir. ' hCcn?- "' ,,low wnH bo"t ' "'"I"1
Hcvornl of us vlewe.l a magnificat. mm,ka ot "lu roml' I
spectnclu from it high pile of old lava' A' 9 o'clock p. m. It reached tho
within leu feet or thu iWulug muss,' r"id. which It crossed, having a dpHi !
out about thlity or forty feet further,1 "r lwl "' al,out fifteen to eighteen feet I
light down through the middle of it!111"' M0 '" 1" fct wlOo on the road, '
Svus a molten stream or luva llowlng nn,l ,,llil1 I'lunged down tho preclpl (
lit u tremendous pace, currying hugu t"UH "'"les at thu rolo of two to threo
IkjiiIiIcis which llouled down us lightly mllpH n" llllllr- I
as feathers. I made the remark' that' l'lu trees measuring n ftsd or mot oj
It temlmled mo of a frozen river when '" dlumeler weto whipped Into Humes
thu 1(0 Is melting and the broken '" ll'""1' Dfleeu seconds, and each,
blocks of I co iiru iHirite swiftly tlowut 1''t'" '" "'" hc,'"u UM tt Hnshdlght.
tho current. Then again It Becmed' '"'' fiver In tho sprlugllmo!
like the pudding called floating Island, '"' "1" '"' ''"'tik'HK ". ami lingo
wheie the white of tiui eggs auvy been ,'ul",, r " '"'"'illug over rach oilier j
lu owned Just u little In the oven. A "" ""'lr downward course, and yon
very homely simile, but to think thut
these huge boulders nf nu-k m t
such a white' heal us to lesemhlu the
Sliat'kri Willi, Hit tlin
hast iioIbo. iiiHi ns ii,,,,, .,. ,.n,iio .1..
In llteworks. rhen there would bo
l.lnu l.,..lu ..f m , .. .
Z r .. '"IT. " ' "'r38 "c,' Hl"-
VV I le of mi nee nn.l l, !,.. u ..mi.. m ot molten lava, retl us Itlood and, ' "yng wnen iney are in
and lightly as that article. k,....ii., t'acli muss of lock Moating on Its stir-' tl,tt" w.,,.kt.nm,.ln'?'
some of these oa,s wouid lust burst "f " '"" " lrA"?at ' p InJ pli'for Xlf S
Into u thousuud simrkii win,,,,,. .i, color. A few miles ubovo lho road an mnli, enintmn...
whenever they would burst, (he fumes
wouid almost snrfocutu one. Pot tun
iiti.lt- f,. .... !.... ..,.... ... . . . .
....... ........ m-iv niiiicr iiutiRerous, as.... - '
' " " '"i Kill, mo wine) uiew
PC D Ct-.--U
Furnlehed 5r. cottage, Manoa Valley,
r Home Large Pool
a Mountain air fit.
g. mountain air. bia.
r Unc $17.00 per m.
be. Near car
7-room Cottage near Kalulani School
$10, per m.
74 S. KING ST.
lioiu the dliectloii we were atnndln.. IH"'M,M flioulotl out Hint a branch How I DearMn. Plnkltamt
iiud so avvttv riniii i,- i. .ou i. WHH descenilliig In tho rear of the kj- . "Oraduai toss of at
avv) hum ns. it was U,po ,,, ,, ,i(,ow U0 ,, (m. rlngdowj. jjain,
slhlo to remain too long ns the heat
wns Intetiso anil the linukn of glowing
r. vn wero ulwa shifting, being pushed
mi by tliu force from Ih-IiIuiI. This
How Is what Is failed n-u (clinkers)
unci not the smooth puhnehoe which
inns like water. Tlien woilld lie a
great mound formed which looked as
If It was of charcoal, glowing hot
umlerniath and it would hum till thu
whole muss wax red hut ami then fafl
over and mil and form another mound
mid so on; so )oii can see how slowly
II ttnvcls. . Wheru there Is a hollow,
the lavu would (111 It up till It toppled
over. Where the descent Is steep It
rushes down with gieiit force. Tliit
Was u time when we could truthfully
rxclulm "Awfully grand'
Then! must luivii Ixen ntrr 200 pen
pie up there that ulghl Natives on!
foot, horses, bicycle, every Imaglii-
uldu rig possible. Nearly every while
family In Komt was up tin-to. Dr. flood
hue ami his family, their buby ubout
r. jearu old, was also there. Little Hel
en Matthewman too. I hope 1 can go
again. If It lusts weeks as It looks it
Is going to, I'll go again 1 could Imvii
ntn)otl nil night, hut the others waul
ed to go back to llucchnltz's old plueo
nml lest ami also rest the horses. Stel
la, inn stayed till morning, as Maun
wal had to go In the datlme over part
of that road on account of the weeds
Icing mi think in the middle or the
mail und Interfering with the chain's.
We came back und hud a good night'
lest at tho Wullace's and arrived homo
Wednesday afternoon about 2 o'clock
The I'uuvvaawan folks got hume that
same evening nhout half past five. Tits
uulomoliile came right through to l'uu
wauwaa on Tuesday. We truvelpd 110
miles altogether and tho I'uvMinw-in
folks SI miles further Stella travelled
2.10 miles altogether, but It was well
woith It and she nas she Is ready to
go again. No one regrets having gone.
It Is n sight one never forgets. I can
Mill picture that rlyr 0f lire ami those
while ami sometimes gulden masses
boating swiftly down the current.
AS KAMUFLA SAW IT
(SK.'Clul to The Hullctlu)
Knmuchi. Hawaii. Jan. is. So
many cnnllicllng accounts havo been
given of lite erhptlnu now In progrcs-v
on the sIoiicm ot Miiunu l.oa that a do
i.crlptlnn of tho'gient event by an eye
witness miiy" not bo out of place.
On Monday, tho 14th. of Jummry,
ubout 100 peoplo wcro congregated on
J tho (lovermuent road loading to Nnu-
It'hu. at a sKit sixteen miles distant
,r,,m "'Is latter place.
Mr. Allium! nn.l wl'fn i.n.i ,,ui..i
tent on the road and wero tho first on !
tho Kiot, wnlchliiK tho riiolten stream '
of lava gradually nmirouchlnir the'
I "" The automobile from Walmea
wns ,ho '"-'"f to arrive, making thu I
,, .,,, H ,u
(,....... ... .r .n . .
, """-' '-.""-' in ten i.ours with
ino j i inn party, l-'our hours nicr
cd. brlnghig ...e aristocracy of Kona
" "" r.iiKiisn iniiitiiaa -
' uvu ",0 ''" "",l nlHl ,llu ',
,l10 onlookers; with this difference:
"'"' ",u ''l'r '" ",,H '""laoco wiw nj
tiii11oi of hulpliur fumes ciiused ti
llcz"1 or "",r0 llluo 1Ik1i,b '".dalico
1 about on it lei! enrnet of ninltnn tnv.i
oxtendhtu over .he loes of a , w
Whilst ever) olio wns gazing In si
lent awu at lho scene, hoiiio neryous
exciteineui uccuiuo inionse. Aioiuers
icalllng for Ihelr children, husbands Tor
Iheli- wives anil vice viirsii ennseil 11
lit I wives, anil vice vortju, caused u
1 1 In 111 of agony ami fear to paBS over
I lho ciuvvil,
Messrs. O.eenwell and Mncfarlanc'
I't'rfoiiueil nets of heroism lu rescuing
yl la'HeS from a tragic
. , , . .
,u,a"'- Mnully when quiet wits restor
, on, u wan tiiEcovoied tiini the side now
'hntl only advanced a few feet, Among
thu prominent witnesses of this mag , orates und strengthens, the entire fe
nlflcrnt scene wero Mr. und Mrs. Iloli- i nalo organism, and will produce tho
..-I Ittnllnnn ,..! ol,ll,lr..n Iir .....I 11.
John Maguire, the (Ireenwells, 1'arU.I
The Value of
' ' ' rt t
"vVoiihii arc nttrnclivi- ln-cntiM they sire women. Hut ulio shall ilcny that thcirallractJvcness
is luit iloiihli'il hy a wise study of the power of feathers? An iiiilitTvmit-lookiiif; wotiian may tratis
fomi herself lo a siren hy the tiiere twist of her hat ; and wreck a thousand hearts by the glory of
her jjiiwii. And'vvhy not? Man jests at this and with much philosophy assures ns he loves her
for herself; vet hows like a .slave to her with the rustling silk.
In a dilTerenl way 'tis the same with men. The poorly dressed is snubbed. His clothes are
taken as his market value, and 'tis money that docs the talking. The man whose clothes are cheap
liMikinjj is called a "man" even by the children and he with the swell raiment is, classified a "gen
tleman." Tis a pity, but 'tis true. The world judges us al t'rst sight by the clothes we wear, and
when you reason it out, what else can the poor world do.
Character, honesty and the cardinal virtues cannot be put on the surface, (and they do not suf
fer by association with good clothes), so for lack of something better, for the (hue being, at least,
the world judges a man by what he wears. , ' ',
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WF. M.-IKB SUITS TO ORDER fiom ?lfl. to $50 AND GUARANTEE THE E1TI
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Curls and Hind families, Dr. (ioodhue,
llev. Dr. linker, Judge and Mrs. Mat
tliownmu. Win. Wood, Mr. Miiefnrlanu
and a score of other ladles nml gentle
men, besides fifty or more Hawaiian.
Toward the smull hours of thu morn
ing, carriages began to draw away
from thu scene, and at 0 u. in., after
the departure of.the aulo. Mr. and Mrs,
Atingst wero left the sole spectators'of
one of the grandest and most awesome
bights that human eyes can behold.
At the hour of leaving, the How hnd
traveled ten odd miles below the rond
' ' "e direction of the ocean.
TftY LINDSAY TREATMENT
Wulluku, Maul, Jan. 19. On Jnnti.
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ill i inn. .in int-n i-iiiiiiii ii ii ii iivii iiiniip
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WOlOwflUIIIOII 9 I CI II
GRAVE DISEASES, ftOE TO STANDING
Futi About Nlu Mirkltv't Diigerwu
Illness td Complete Cure
Have you over thought why to many
women or girls rather walk an hour
than stand ktlll for ten minute?
It ! because most women suffer from
some derangement of their delleatn
organism, the discomfort of which Is
Hut no umount of law can regulate
the hard tuslts of these women. TIihv
must get the strength which this work
' deiuun.ls or run the rUk of serious
diseases and the Burgeon's ltnlfe,
Read the experience of Miss Mareret
Merkley, S7S 3d Street, Milwaukee,
aiul extreme Irritation
fOllltielltNl 111A til HtH'k llipilliil mlvli 1'Ku
tluetor wild 1 boil dlivntnl nrgam and ulcer-
tluetor wild I bail dlivt
Bllmi, ami .udvlmy tui iieratlon If I wanted
to get well. I nbhjctnl to this and decided
to gh a tytlla K. HnkUaiu'a Vegetable Com-
pnundatrhtl, I soon found thut all the good
things wild almut this great medicine were
In u kliort time 1 was strong, vlgoroun and
peifettlg well. I wish every working gill
who sutrers woud try Lydla K. l'iukbai ui
t,v1ii k. pi,i.nm. Vo..int,i,. rm.
poundUavegetablo tonic which invlg
U1110 lClienCltt mil I R In tllUCatCSOl
turlcU women m with Mia MerkUy.
f I ,t i Xar i -r tt -'
) .'rV'tv " J - I
Who's Your Tailor?'
thirteen months nml thu young men
wurneil to conduct themselves proiier
ly or suffer thu sentence of tho court.
Two of them uppurently took thu
warning to heart and tit-u now enjoying
their liberty while the older one, Jns.
Polaiil was ut rested last Hutnriliiv oft
n rhnrnu nf iihhiihI! nml Imttorv mi tint
porson of ii 15-year-old Hnwullaii girl
and was sentenced to six months lm-1
prlsonmeut on this charge mid on thai
r......B .... !, 1... .m.nn ..... ti.H ...... ...
iuiiiiui LuiuiLduii nun BL'IIIUIIVVU IU
one year's linprlKonmcnU-wldcli term
will late effect at the'' expiration of
tho 'first sentence. tl
It Is the isillcy of the Culirt and
County Attorney to give minor offend-
'ers an opportunity to redeem them
selves when brought before tho Court
for tho first time und have tho Sou
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i i niiri'K hhkiu'ih i nir ii i( in it ir in nil i
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ulj "e, ffiT
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and has bee
II I If II II l W WIT tilt VAV.I IIVII", .
udopt Ion hero Bhoul.r
one and Its
prove a success lu most cases nt leusL
Senator John C. I.ano gives but thu
Information 'that tho public Is very
soon to be lot In on tho "ground tloor"'
regarding the draft bills which have
been under propagation by the legis
lative committee of tho Kcpubllcnti
Tho above mentioned bills will bo
(feted on by tho committee of thu
whole some day nf this wcok und then
thu public will havo a chaneo to forpi
definite Ideas regarding the work lull!
cut to cover the points outlined In the
ikii-Ii tilutfnrm 1
The legislative .commtltee has lVn
very busy at numerous meetings of
late, getting' tho bills Into proper
shape. Their wish has been to submit
their Hnar'report to tho Central Com -
mllleo beforo malting public any pro
posed legislative work.
MANILA NOT UP TO DATE
Manila is one of tho most lmHirtaut I
ports lu tho Philippine Islands, but, I "
strungo to suy, Is ono day behind all Are Not Always Startling, Neither Oo
other places of its bIzo lu lho world. They Create the Moat Talk.
This curious fact Is accounted for In I It Is not always thu greatest, .most
this way; Although Die I'hlllpplno startling discoveries or science' that
Islands u near tho Aslntlc coast, thoy a most useful to tho human race,
wero discovered by tho Spaniards who1 Comparatively few peoplo were di
alled from America. When they rc ' ' "J';'' '" Herschel'a finding
crossed the tnaglc l.nu where Sunday Z 1"
Changes Into Monday these fiery dons j,r((fi Ulm.g eprmolltB wh7ch irov'.
of proud Castlllan uncestors did Tiot (1 Hyonil u question that Dandruff
levlbti vour calfiidar. When told of and baldness nro tho results of the lu
this years later, and Informed thut roads of a parasitic germ which In
their mode of reckoning time wub not.vades tho roots of tho hair,
up lo modern notions, they merelyJ, The discovery of tho true causo ot
Mid that was so much tho worse for 1I("1,18 ,nIn'', FIew,,?'", "."''t'?,0
modern notions. Anyhow, the fact re- ffi 121
mains thut theao Islanders keep plod- movo t10 t,ffL.ct, J
ding uioug ono nay uciiuui tno rest or
the world, which reckons' time by nuw
COMI'O At Vallejo, California, Jnn. 4,
1907, to Mr. mid Mrs. Geo. I Compo,
Treasurer (1. V. Cooke of tho Asso-
elated Cliurltles has prepared the fol
IowIuk condensed report covering the
, from (Ua Ui
lier 31, 180fij
llalunceon hand Jan. 1, lDUCl 933.40
Hpeclul donations to Mrs. K. I".
Teleuhoi.e Kent 30.00
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"1-'ll,-'f Itald out by Trensurer. . 100.00
I(ellet paid out hy Mrs. K. V.
Uxpenses und Inchleutuls .... tj.jj
llalutice Cush. on hand IK-c.
BEAUTIFUL PAINTING MAROI
The Mardl Qrus executive committee
held n regular meeting In the League
rooms lust night. Utiles and regula
llonti for the coming masque ball wero
detlded upon und will appear In the
new Mardl Uras book.
A most beautiful oil painting, con
tributed, by James Wilder, entitled
"Tho Native 1'reacher," and valued at
$250, will be given as first prize to the
iady weurlng tho h.'tn.ltoinest costume
ut the carnival.
Tho "!,or co:"M'ro and master of
'"n are In favor of engaging
, ho, F0"lceH L"r ' Ilerger'fuU
'"";,,. ,T ?.',"'".",0". " n""" WM
' '". "IJp "MM but It was voted
mv lAi'tuno nuuiu ire nurru 111 uu
lain the best. February 9 there will be
EMtilhrr meeting at which the musical
ipicitlou will be nettled.
So,i UJ. leading druggists. Bend lOo
n ktamps for sample to Thu Ilerplclde
Co"; Detroit, Mich, llolllster Drug, Co..
Over J.700,000 children under IG
fours of age nro Bald to be working In
the factories, shopa and mines of tin)
United States. '
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