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nvKS'iso nun.r.TiN, Honolulu, t ii . tuksday. jan. j. ims
Kadosh Regular 5 p, in.
All visiting member! of lb
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. t, I. O. 0. F.
Meets everr Monday evening at 7:J0
In I. 0. O V. Hall, Port street i
i: It IIKNDHY. Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON. N (1.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at I
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, K!u
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vite to attend.
A. H. WKIIUKIl, V C.
V. WALDllON, K. It. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meets ever? Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, KInc street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lode, No. 2, Wm; Mc
Klnloy Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
It. OOSI.INO, C C.
A. 8. KIINW.W. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODQE (II, B. P. 0. E.
Houoliilii Lodge No. CM, II P. 0. II,
v. lit meet In their hall on King near
Kurt stieet every Friday evening,
liv ordur of tho tt. It.
HAItltY H. SIMPSON,
11 i:. M Ultlt AY, U.K.
Wm. M'KINLEY LCDQE No. I, K.tf P.
Mrets every Gnturday evening at
t:IO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
r-rist. Visiting brothers cordlslly lo
ft t- to ttnd.
h. H. WOLF. C. C.
E. A. JACOliSON, K. n. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. 2.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
fc'tlock In K. of P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Kacles aro Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOOHE. W. Bety.
HAWAIIAN TRICE Ne. 1, I. 0, R. M.
Meets every Kecond mid fourth
FIUDAY of each month In 1. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers rnrdla" I ' l
H. V "fll.'i -i '.iii
A. I! it i.: ii . i i:
DAMIEN COUNCIL 'lo. 663, V. M. I.
Meets every socond and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San AnJonlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attond.
F. W. WEED. Pros.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
? QUEEN ST. TEL- MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER.. Manager
manufactured from pure distilled w
trr. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Bdis 3151 i
Phone Main 197!
ana you'll get FRESH BAKED bread I
Delivered to Your Home.
Vienna Bakery i
FRE8H FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
YOU NO BUILDINQ.
TEL. MAIN !S.
Kinj; and Hithcl Sis.
Of All Kinds
We supply house and sign
painters with reliable materials
such as white lead, zinc, oils,
colors, brushes, etc.
We also carry the famous Hub
buck's boiled and raw Unseed
oil. It Is an oil a little higher In
price, but Is without a peer
where a superior finish Is want
ed. When you let out a contract
for painting, you will be wise to
specify Hubbuck's oils.
Levversfc Cooke, Ltd.
177 S. KING STREET.
We have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather Is Just right for
picture taking and you have the
chance of your life.
Anybody can use a kodak It's
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords.
25 CENTS WITH BEER.
Illunk books of all torts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho lliilletlu Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
' l ft It II. I( If It Vi II It It )t rt H
Have you evsr noticed
how many people In 8an
Francisco avail them
selves of the want ad.
way In their papers? Ho
nolulu Is slow In finding
the easy way. Let a Bul
letin want ad. do It for
llxrelslor IhIku meets this evening. '
llest cup of colfeo In the city. New I
If your sewing machine ntcdn repair
Ini; phono llennv & Co. Mnln 48S.
Illaclt and (lolil, tho Honolulu High
School periodical. Is out for January.
Mystic l-odgu. No. 2, It. of P. meets
tonight In K. of P. Hall. KInc; Hired
uonert rausc, jr., rcprcseniing i-umi.that point to uc,
Hrewlng Co., of Milwaukee, Is ill town. ., .
Don't miss tin- atc uf laillcs' iiiiihIIii
underwear which begins Friday morn
lug at Ilium's.
K. Wallchuti Is under arrest, charged
with wife bcatliiK, his help meet Ka
lupc being thu lomiilaliiant.
An addition to tin- Hawaiian Hold
It lu contemplation. It will liu of con
crete and thren Morion high.
A laily'H gold bar collar jilu set with
diamonds has been lost. Howard Is
offered for Its return to this iitllre
S. M. Damon went to Maul today lo
attend the first annual meeting of the
Ilahlwln National bank of Kalmliil
A meeting of the Chung Wall No. t,
K. of P.. will bu held this evening at
7:30 o'clock sharp. IIufIiivsh o'f Im
portance. Tho Hoard of Health Ik talcing a hand
at cleaning up thu .Magoou block In I ho
Kakaako dlstilct Hot water and soap
aro not being spared
WnlkIM Inn Is now owned by W. (!.
Derglu. Accommodations, supplies
ami attendance absolutely Unit tjuss.
Finest bathing on the beach.
The Kameliamehn Aipiatlr Club will
hold a meeting i,eXt Saturday evening!
at 7 o'clock at thu reHldencti of M II I
I'uiiohu on Wutakumllo street. '
N t'Vriiiitulet, notary inibllo, t)icJ
writer, etc., has removed his olllto to
No. S44 Kaahumauii street, oppolto
the olllro of Then. II. Davlcs & Co.,!
"Arabic" applied to lion toofs. re
ilutes temperature as much as ST, de
grees. Tlili liaii been ascertained by
aciuai test California Peed Co-
V J. Harvey, for thu past six yiar
with the Mounn Hotel Co., leaves on
March 1 for Hot Springs. Arlinnnas,
where he. will take n special course, lu
HcKlnultig on February I. thu Aunar
1 ii n will he closed evenings. During
the day the Atiuarlum hours will l lu
a. in. lo S p. m and on Sunil.iy b from
1 lo r 1 1. m,
Low prices ut the New Kngland Halt-
The 8. s. Siberia In enroule lo Ho
nolulu, having left Yokohama. Janu
ary 2(1. She has Hot) tons of freight
for this Kirt. The Siberia Is due heie
Liquor dealers ran procuie a copy of
thu lough diafl of the liquor bill to be
lirespiitcil nt tho meeting next Wednes
day, at 2:30 p. in., fioiu C. J. McCarthy,
High Sin-riff Henry will draw from
his unexpended Incidental fund In pay
for guards to prisoners awaiting trial,
If such arrangements nre ngreeablu to
There Is verj slight dlffereneu be
tween thu 1900 and this, gear's shlit
waists, so thu ladles will lint! genuine
Hud seasonable bargains al Whitney &
Marsh's shirt waist sale on Friday.
The eclipse of the moon at mi earl)
hour this morning was well worth
while gelling out of a wnnu bed to sou.
The modii entered uuil lemaiued In
the eaith's shadow for soinu hours.
Antonu Taxaiez, a saloon keeper at
Kakaako, has been arrested thu second
time lu legard to thu liquor question.
Thu latest iiffeiii-u is lu selling gin on
Sunday without ilu qualifying sand
wich. Hoy II. Chamberlain, Collector or In
ternal Itovenue, will shortly leave tor
u month's absence on the mainland
Mrs. Chamberlain will remain Homo
months visiting at her former homo In
Notwithstanding the uiimeious other
roclal events on tup Inst night tha
ilanie at tlu Odd Fellows' Hall was
well attended by the joiing people.
Tho Kills orchestra furnished Ilia
Fred Itoss of the Del he! stieet hack
stand, sas that thu liorse that butted
through the Hotel stieet window on
Saturday night belonged lo thu Union
street hack stand Instead of the Uclhel
street stand us leportcd.
Mrs II. A Ltngley sent a c iiiiiiniiiii
catlou lo the Hoard of SupeivlBiiis last
night asking that an electric light bu
installed on Judtl street at thu Kallhl
end Thu mutter was referred to the
Committee on Clectrlc Lights,
Thu Seasldo has plenty or sun
boards, surf canoes, Canadian cnuoes
etc., which are at tho disposal of Its
guests. Itemembcr that tho best baU
lug and the best surf for board riding Is
dhectly In front of the Seaside.
In the window of onu of our local
bookstores Is exhibited a Illble, piob-
iiuiy me oiliest uooit or mat nature
ever seen lu Honolulu. It shows the
date of 1G78 111 beveral places. Thu
paper Is of a superior quality and the
Hinting Is clear und well cut. Thu
Hlblu Is the pioperty of Mrs. C. J. Day.
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; l
your eyes show an Intolerance '
of light; I
they tire, 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 of glasses, points
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
wvtr may a. v o.
AAintifneturer uf tliw
SOUVENIR COOD3 which are universally admitted
the best In the market. Any piece of Jewelry stamped
H. C. which Is found defective, no matter where It was
bought, will be exchanged for Its duplicate If presented
at my store.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
MORE HRM HAWAII
Washington, Jan. 2! -Secretary ii.
War Tart bus asked llu' Senate com- " ,
mltteu li uppropilnto three hundred ' rllu rcillowlnn coimiimilciitlim Ida
and fifty thousand dollar.! f.ir r.iitin- ,ho " llloro """' "" ' O"1"'
rations for Hawaii In ail.lltlon In thi,! L'oilllty was sent by II. P. Wood, sec
iwo huntliLMl nml Hlst tlifiiiMiml dotlnra
SMALLPOX AMONG CANAL
Colon, Panama. Jan. 111). Two hun
dred Wt Indian luhoiy-rs arc iju:ir
nntlticd here, smallpox having bioki-u
out uniting tin in
SYDNEY AND LIMA HAVE
Sydney, .l.ii. M - Kleven (uses of bu
litiule 'il.tgue have lieen repelled b) tile
health authoillles heie.
Lima. Jail 29 An oulbieak of bu-1-onle
plague at this poll Is spreading.
HEAVY FINE FOR LABOR
Chicago. III.. Jan. 29. -The Allls-
Chaliuers loiiipauy, manufacturers.
luivii been lined $t(iu0 for a bieaeh of
thu Immlgiatlon law, having been eou-
lcted of liupoitlug Kugllsh workmen
Salonlca, Turkey, Jun. 29. Two
houses tilled with people were burned
here yesterday, thu buildings having
been set on Hie by (Ireeks.
BODIES RECOVERED FROM
Saaibriick, Jan. 29. Thu list ol
killed lu the Itedeu mine disaster Is
one hundred nml sixty. Thu Isitlles o:
twenty-smell of the victims have been
Thu explosion, which occurred yes
teiday and entombed lour hundred
miners, wun canst d by llredainp. Flru
(lamp Is a uiaish gas consisting of
neatly pure carbureted hydrogen und
Is subject to spontaneous combustion
lu thu lower level of mines when the
draft Is not of thu best.
Modest Claims Often Carry More Con
viction Than Loud Boasts.
When Maxim, thu famous Inventor,
placed his gun before a committee of
Judges, hu staled Its carrying power to
bu cousldeialily below what ho felt
mire tho gun would accomplish. Tho
result of thu ti lul was therefore a til
uiiiph of surprise Instead of disappoint
ment us It might havo been if hu hud
uvureslliiiuted his gun's olllcluncy.
Our claim regarding Nuwbro's Hep.
plcldu Is based on actual sclelitlflo
If a living genu Is causing your hair
lo fall out It's the, must sensible thing
to kill that germ.
Nowhio's Ilei-nlctdo does this iiulek.
ly and effectually. Destroy thu c-nuso,
ou remove Ihu effect.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c.
lu stamps fur sample to Thu Hurplcldu
Co., Detiolt, Mich. Ilolllstur Drug Co.,
JBjay"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
You will find us on Hotel Street
Just oppoclte Union.
We are down stairs because we
want more visitors. As was, many
custcmers would have climbed five
flights of stairs to see our magnificent
stock of books. As Is, these will not
be discomforted and the new store
will be more convenient for the don't.
We cordially Invite customers,
whether they wish to buy or not.
We want them to see what we have,
so they can tell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, orig
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Tli Aklu rHIIInn nf ll-jk FucnlnM
Buetlri Qive.' complete summary of
tn nw nr Ihe day.
JU64 Fort St.
ro,a,r- ,,f "lu ""'"itlou Cummltlee
to thu Hoard of Supervisors, and was
leatl ut thu meeting last night:
It gives niu pleasure to cnclusu here
with copy of u resolution passed this
afternoon by thu Hawaii Promotion
Committee, which I trust yoi. may
find It convenient to bring to thu at
tention of thu Hoard of Supunlxors.
II. P. WOOD,
Whereas, u good road affording easy
winking for thu pedestrian, economi
cal carting for thu man living In thu
country and pleasant traveling by car
riage ami auto Is one of tho greatest
assets any community can post-lhly
have, appealing, as 11 does, to thu
pleasure and necessity of all classes,
Whereas, thu mulct lul Is readily oh
I taliiahlo lu Hun all for making thu best
of loads at thu least uxpelisu; there
fore lie It
Hi-solved, Thai the determination of
thu present Ileal d of ilupurvlsors to
continue thu work of nmd construe
tiou and repair, until thu Island of
Oaliu Is completely girdled by a well
macadamized load anil every leading
thoioiighruiu Is lu good condition,
both lu und out of tho City of Hono
lulu, bo ami Is hereby most heartily
approved and tint secretary is hereby
authorized ami Instructed to furnish
thu Hoard of Supervisors with an at
tested ropy of this resolution.
THIEVES ARE PUNISHED
Three boys, thu oldest 18 years of
age, who stolo zinc fi out u building
belonging to the Hawaiian Tlilsl Co.,
In thu tear of Dr. Herbert's otllce on
Alakea street, were on lilal tills mom
lug before Jiidgo Whitney nml vvoro
round guilty. David Kuvvela wun gU
in thirty days in Jail; Hen Wright,
who appeared to bu tho ilugleadui,
got two mouths, and Luis Flokuf was
given IT, days.
William Akl, a young fellow who
lobbed a Japanese woman of u purse
iiiiitalnlng $l.r(o, was also found guilty
ami sentenced to pay a line of JIG and
' DiillMIn n'fl'
cards on sale at
To their favorite cmoklng tobacco.
Tobacconists try to keep all brands In
order to supply their trade's demand,
Our 8tandard Smoklnn Tobacco
Stock I. a large one. If you can't aet
7 "" ' HC'
what you want at your tobacconist,
come here; we're Sure to have the
mimiiu ;uu wdlll.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
IS TO BE
Will Necessitate The
Exchange Of Some
Thu narrow purls of tho Dlumond
Head road aro lo'bu widened and the
sharp cures lessened ami rendered
less tlaiigeious. Superintendent of j
Public Works Hollouay fs making ar I
langumentH to have thu work com-'
ineiieed at all early date. I
To do this, It will bu necessary for.
tho Territory to inaku somo laiul lx-
cnniiges, und Mr. Hollowny has al-
leady begun arraiigumeulB for mailing
thesu exchanges. Thu exchange will
bo In thu nature of turning uior lo
tho owners of private laud along the
load certain parts of thu io.nl lu ex
change for adjacent land thai will bi;
moru available Tor thu purposes of .1
The road Is very narrow tilong Ly
Mrs. Parker's place and In fiont ol
thu Campbell ami Lyman property, lu
some places It Is not twenty feet v. Mo.
Thu now road when completed Is lo
have u uniform width of forty feet.
That portion of the present road which
Is uusutlsractory will bu exchanged
for laud which can bu used to better
In die work It will be necessary t'J
cut through thu bluff lu ordur to get
the necessary width ami lo Htratghln'i
cut somo of thu curves thai now
make thu highway rather dangerous
for automobiles and other vehicles,
As soon as thu exchniigeM can bu
made, work will bu coinineuceil ami
the load made ready for llsu al the
earliest possible date.
, Descendant Of Chief
J OJr HAWAII
To Be Buried Today
I The film ml of Mis. St. C. Pllauala, a
scion of thu high ihlofs of Hawaii, will
lake nl.iee this afternoon, und will
undoubtedly bu attended by a large Tux Assessor Holt wnuts the Hoard
gathering of thu old ulll families und!"' Supervisors lo help him In making
Fanny Muliilaul I'llauala, ilesrcudaut
of onu of the oldest and most notc.l
chiefs of Hawaii. Daughter of Kulit
hlkal und ICululiua. Kaluhtkut sou of
Kalawalauul and Nawal. Kntawalauul
son of Moakeuvvu and Knlioalll II,
brother of Kaotinchn, grandmother of
(Jueen Knunii. Knlioalll II son of Ka
lautuuikalele.nl or Kahoatll I ami Ka
likookalanl. Kullhonkulnul daughter
of KanluluoKalaut mid Ivekiinulalaliiio
l(u. Kehumilnhtlmnko son of Kulanl-
nuhimnmao nml Ahlu, Kuliinliiulaiiia
maii son of Keane, King of Hawaii,
and Ijiiioniallianalui. Kaualll 1 anil 11
tarried Kaiiieliainelia 1st tikuu called
Kiikaillmokii (which Is now lu the
Hlshnp .Museum) until thu missionaries
arrived 111 1K20. Kohnlll Hindu those
minimi I rips around Ihu Islands carry
lug this akua, und all tlioye who 'ul
lowed him became sick with thu boo
l.upii, or presents, which were glviu
tliem. llcfore he a i rived a herald
would aiiuoiiiiiu the Kupu O-iime, uuil
the pt'oplu high und low, prostrated
themselves until he passed,
HN TO ill
If Ihu conduct of the members of the
lire department Is good, they will get
a reward of merit lu thu shape ol a
vacation ol 12 days each year. Thu
following resolution was presented by
Supervisor Cox nt the meeting of the
lioanl or Supervisors last night and
"Hu It Resolved by thu Hoard or
Supervisor or Ihu County or Oahu,
Teriltory of Huwall, Hint the chief
engineer of Ihe lire dcputtinent Is here
by iiulhnikcd to allow each member or
Ihu salt! department a vacation of 12
days during each year. Such vut-alloa
Is given lo all members that the chlci
engineer shall approve for good con
duel, Willi mil ay during said vui-u-Hon."
(Continued from Page 1)
that al llllo and the ouu at Walluku
will bu bioughl down, (iovernor Car
ter will himself visit thu encampment
and Inspect Ihu troops.
Thu oncniiipiiicut will last live das.
(loveinor Caller has Usuetl orders that
till members or thu National (luurd wlio
ure Terillurlnl employees shall bu al
lowed lo absent themselves rrom their
woik ror t!iu five days am! intend Ihe
encampment without loss of their ieK.
uhir pay ror that time. Tho (iovernor,
expresses the hope thut private con
"'"s employing tiny iuciuIioih of the
!.':"1"1 w"! "".t0 "'." mma uMm' Tl.ejorlng.
l,w niovldes for 1 In i-mi i..., i n,i
miim-a thu men lo utluiiil without iie.jan'i 8ee them
J",le '" tni'lr Interests mid pilvule
leinployeis llie ixneiled to lul;,. II.
i'lilploypiH niu ixpeiletl to tuke the!
I same view of tho mutter.
. , , .i .1 , I
vuiisiueruuie iroublo bus been
peilenced lu getting thu placu ror the
encampment. On uctoiint or depreda
tions which have been committed by
members of the Ouaid on other occu-
Monday, Jnnunry 28.
Sloop Kalulanl, from Akl's Uuulliir.
.1 30 p, til
Dr. H. S. Ilucciilnur, Jenkins, from
Newcastle, Wellington and Suvu, 4:30
Ilr. S. rf. (llcnfnrg, llolman, en route
from Honolulu to Yokohnmn, returned
fliort of coal, G p. in.
Tuesday, January 29.
HI m r. Nllhnu, Thompson, from Ka
uai ports, C:uO a. lu., with 4000 bags
Htmr. .Manila Lon, from Maul and
Hawaii ports, G:38 n. lit.
.Monday, January 28.
Sl"!r- Mhi'llk''. Naopala, foi llama
kua ports, G p. in.
Tuesday, January 29.
Stinr. Klnnii, Freeman, for llllo and
way ports, noon.
Departed, Jan. 2C Am. Iik. Annie
Johnson, Nelson, for Sun Francisco.
Departed, Jan. IS. Am. schr. II. C.
Wright, Larseu, lor San Francisco.
Stmr. Ke An Hon, Sachs, for Kauai
iorts, G p. in.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, I'lllz, for Molukal,
Maui and l.-innl ports, C i. in.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Hearlc, lor
Koolaii jHirts, 7 a, in.
Sloop Kt.uilanl, for Akl's l.-iiulliig, 11
Stmr. W. (I. Hall, Thoiupsoii, for Ka
uai ports, 5 p. m.
Ilr. S. S. tlleufarg, llolman, for Yo-
,""". possimy p. ill.
,.. . .. ... . .
T. K. K. S. 8. Hongkong Maru. Ilcnt.
Iroin San Francisco, p. in
Stmr. Mlkahnla, Oregor), from Kauai
IKirls, eaily a, in.
10 T TAXES
OF M E
llie employees of the various county
departments dig up their tuxes. He
tuggests that It might bu a good Men
to adopt Ihe system In use on the sev
ere! plantations of the County ror
fncltlttitlng thu collection of tho per
sonal taxes from their laborers. Tho
system works by means of coupons by
which the employe authorizes the com
pany to hold out In small amounts the
total amount of his taxes. This, where
a man receives only JI.U0 or $1.2.ri a
day, works less hardship than where
thu man has to dig up $S on a single
pay day, when hu has only $!i or $U
coming to him.
Cox thought If a man doesn't pay
his luxes, hu ought to be fired and some
ouu employed lu his plueu who will
pay up. Ills views, however, did not
scorn to meet with much favor, and the
mntler was referred lo tho Committee
on Ways and Means.
it ! i:- it it it it it it it it
shins, tho Dowsrlt Kstate, owners or
thu land, at first refused lo allow thu
euciiiiipinent to bu hold there. When
thu Oovirnor found out what tho ob
jections were, he prevailed on the own
era to ullow thu laud lo bu used, on
condition that any damage done shall
bu paid for.
This means that there Is to be no
swiping of pineapples or rustlliu? oi
chickens. If some one accidentally
kills u iow, tho cow will have to bo
paid for. Tho Innocent will have 'to
surfer with Ihe guilty, for It Is In many
Instuuces impossible to Ilml out who
is thu guilty paity. C'oiueiiuently any
iiamagcs thai huvu to be paid will be
charged up to the entire number nt
men in camp,
Thu camp Is to bu an extensive one.
llerUlu Ihu ground actually occupied
by II. the military tiulhorltles ure Vt
have control of thu laud for u mllo o-i
each uhlu of the camp, and nobody will
be allowed lo be ujsiu thut land with
out permission of the proper niitliuil
lles, Cowboys in thu discharge or
their duties will be excepted from
this order. Colonel Jones slnlm thm
nil "stratooglsls" are to m l,nniai,n,,
Into ouler darkness, und war correu
pondents will bo ullowed lo in i,..
front only on orders from headquarters
pei milting iiit-iu io do so under proper
1 907 Styles
Here now In MEN'S 8TYLI8H 8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterns and col-
You are Invited to corns In
x.iw. w. Aiiana & Co.,
62 King 8t
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 98.V
wni.fririiiiiiii 'tovjLtMbu& iii'ii&hiiMi A iiilm