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Hawaiian - ntattd
Let Aloha No. 3 Regular
All visiting tnembera of tb
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetings of local lodges.
rIARMONV Lnnnr. No. x. i. a. a. r J
Aleeti every Monday evening at 7:10
In I O O F. Hall. Fort street
V. It lir.VUHV Rvrrntiirv. M
I'.. A BIMI'SONV N CI I
All wl.ltlro tiMthaa van jtAPi1ta.lt v '
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MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ! t.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
treet. Visiting brother cordially In
vite,! to attend. j,
A H WI.IMIUt. C C.
V WALUUO.N, K. It. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meet ever? Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, KJu? street, at 7:3d. Mem
ben ot Myil'c Lodge, No. 2 Wm.' Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and vlaltlng
brothers cordially Invited.
It. HOSI.INd. C. C.
A. a. KlaNWAY. K. 11. 3.
HONOLULU LOOQE til, B, P. 0. C.
Honolulu Lodge No GIG. II. V O. K.,
will muot ill lln-lr hall tin King UH.ir
Kurt stieet iwry Friday o cuius,
lly order of tlio I, 11.
HAItllY II. SIMPSON.
II. Ii. MUltllAY, U.H.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOC No. I, K.ef P.
let every Saturday evening at
f:0 o'clock In K. of r. Hall, King
nrtkt Vlaltlng brother cordially lo
L. II. WOLF. C. C.
i:. A. JACOUSON, K. IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. Z.
Meets oo Hie 2nd and -ttb WEDNKS
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Mall, Kins stiel
Vlaltlng Knslej are Invited tr at
L. II. TOOMIIY. President.
II. T MOOIti:, W. Bury.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mcnti every second nnd fourth
FIUDAY of inch month In I. O. 0. T.
Visiting brntliors cordially liMi-d
n. V. TOIin. - m
A. II. MI'HI'i- i , !
DAMIEN COUNCIL 'Jo. 63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Anionlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially in
vited to attorn!.
F. W. WEKD, Pres.
K. V. TOW), Secy.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
(,'ross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Call and inspect our complete line of
o CUHIOS o
HOTEL, NEAR PORT.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part cf city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawalo, Telephone Blue 3161.
Phone MAIN J 47
Make your floors, your
woodwork and your furniture
harmonize by using Johnson's
Wood Dyes, and then give
them a rich gloss with John
son's Prepared Wax. We car
ry a complete line of John
son's roods, mid will gladly
explain to you their proper
177 S. KINO ST.
such as we are enjoying now
is the time to take pic
tuies. And we have the ko
daks for you, in all sizes and
prices, that will bring the re
sults. These results, wheth
er they be pictures of friends
or of interesting things and
places, will increase in value
as time rolls by, and you will
soon title your kodak
'Keener of fond ruemurlea"
" Everything Photographic "
ISLAND AND IMPORTED.
Tel. Main 109
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King Bts.
Excellent nasture land for
cows and horses for rent.
SCHIJMAN CARRIAGE GO,,
LOCAL ANII WML
The right house In the right lo
1 eatlon at the right rent may be
found by asking for It in the Dut
Ittln Want columns.
TalDlma, livery, uutoe. Rtkds. Htbln.
llest mii ot coffte In lb city. Nr
A gentle driving horse, suitable foi
' a Iflth. In for ante. Hi nil this Issue
I Mls-tlc IxMlKe. No 2. ' ot V meets
lonlKht In K of I'. Hull. Kin street..
At nny RfMnon, no mutter Die iem-(
reratuiv. twite n dn) mid 3 lav llnle-
Mrs. (leorRo Carter will twelve to-.
norro afternoon from half past three
There will be work In the Initiatory
dcurte this pvhiIiik ui l.uelslor Uxlgc
Take tmr inrrinRe or niiioniobile to
llnwnllnn Carriage MniifK Co for up-
Voti can hae a new blcjcle of n
111 MX. '
kih.i1. KlroiiK make for J25 fiimi K 0
Hull & Son, Limited.
I'rlie will nut keep ou from bu)iu
i.ny and all the leinnnntu 30U desire
ut Ilium's lleiniinut Kale.
IKiiiiy A Co. bate a few second-band
machines In good condition for sale. 1
12G0 Tort St. I'lione .Main US.
There wik 11 boat drill In the haiborl
C8tirila b the cudets of the tier
main tnilnlnt; ship now in jmrl. 1
The rehearsal for Htalnur'a "Cruel-1
llxldii" will be held this evening lit S
01 lock at SI AndiuwH cathedrul.
1-nlles Auxiliary A 0. II., 1)IIkIoii
No 1. will hold their regular meetlm;
toulKht at 8 o'clock In the ('. II. V
The sjeelal sevini for joiiiik wo
men will be held thia ufteniiMin lit live
minutes )i.ist Iho ut St. Andrew'H in
lliedral Wall VIiik CIioiik Co . 011 KIliK atrial,
hate a fine stock of ready-made, ninl
mnterhil for shirt waists. Seu what
llil) dieiw goods from I Alio), N1111-
iiiiii street 'I he low ill U en will save
ton mone) and )ou get the samu iiial
It) of goods
If )ou own any cows or horses, )oii
will be lutficsUd lo know that the
Scbiiinaii Carriage Co., l.ld , bun winie
.xeellenl jiuxtuie laud.
When one reall) hIojis to consider
the adtaiiliiKes of electric IlKhtllie.
one usually placca an order with the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
Wnlklkl luu Is now owned by W. C.
tlergln. Accouiinodatlous, supplloi
and attendance absolutely first class
Finest bathing on the beach.
The annual meetliiK of the .Mellr.idu
KiiKiir Co., Ltd., will be held at the of
fice of Iheo. II. Da!cH & Co., Ltd., on
Wednesday .March 13th, 1DU7.
The Capitol Relief fund for Ktiirvlnt;
China Is Just u trifle- shy of the $7000
mark. One donation of $201.44 comes
through C. K. Stlllniau of Kohala.
The furultiiiu nnd woodwork In your
house are wnltliiK for Johnsoii'a Pre
pared Wax, mild by l-cwera & Cooke,
Ltd,, to Kite I hem n velvety finish.
When the weather Is hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When tb
weather la wet "Arabic" will prevent
nut. California Kd Co.. agent.
What Insurance could jou better up
pieclatu than the keeping of ull your
jewels, etc., in n tafe deiioglt box of the
Hawaiian Trust Co. for COc 11 mouth.
rortlflcatloiiH for Honolulu mo no
longer a dream There Ih a gung em
plo)ed at the present time doing pre
liminary work on the Diamond Head
Low prices at the Now England Ilak
ery. Of un eu'iilng or n Sunday, what is
luoiu profitable or pleasant than to sit
down at an Aligelus piano player?
These nro Bold by the Hawaiian News
There was u largo attendance nt the
(union of the. Judd family at Nuuanu
Valley last Saturday. Old-fashioned
giiiiuH went Indulged in ami u good
lime, generally had.
It Is understood that the steamer
.Mauna Imu will take the Settlement
committee nnd Uinai committee to
their respectUu points of labor on the
Ifith of this month.
A regular monthly meeting of the
H0011I11 and II00I11 Society will tuke
place at the Kuplolaul .Mnternlty Home
ut 10 u. m. tomorrow. All members 11 ro
lequested to uttend.
Captain Otwell states that work on
the Honolulu harbor lighthouse will
be started in 11 few das. The, Hono
lulu and llllo harbor Improvements
will follow close behind.
The Ilev Dr. Arthur I.loyil, keciv
tar) of the lloaid of .Missions of the.
I'rotcstnut Episcopal chinch is ex
petted to sto.n over here' for u few
days on his way to Japan.
There will be a members' meeting
of the V. M. C. A, lo night ut 7:30,
when dual prepuiatlons will be per
fected for the. gient event oil the 7tll.
All iiiembeis are leipiested lo be, pres
ent. It was insinuated that there would
bo a disturbance created ut the meet
ing of the Kuuluwelu grail uatcH last
night, so the presence of uu officer wus
requested. All punned off quietly 111
.Miss Ilcbsle R Miller, who for eight
mouths has done most effective work
us dlstilct iiuruo among the blck poor
In the I'uluuia dlstilct, lias resigned.
Miss Julia Uiwieuce has been appoint
ed In her place.
Honolulu circle of the King's Daugh
ters entei tallied Miss Huwin It. Ilrok
enshlmi yesterday evening. Miss Ilrok
cnslilnu is tieasiuur of the King's
Daughters of Massachinetts, nnd Is on
her wuy lo.vlslt u nephew in Korea.
It bus been noticed mat at every
loucert by the band ut Makee Island
two pigeons alight 011 the lop of the
bund stand iind remain during the un
tile utteruoon, The name thing oc
rurs ut the Capitol bandstand when the
baud Is present,
Tim msinberH'Of the Oulld and Wo
man's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's Ca
thedral are lemlnded of the sewing
meeting to be held Inmoirow afternoon
ut tho lesldence of Mis, von Holt oil
Judd Street ut 2 o'clock, It Is earnest
ly requested that us many of the mem
bers us possible will bn present us
theie Is still much work to be done,
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"", Jeering tn Pr ".,?'., T"
ing the quality, and substituting ii
i,ot our policy. The cut in quality U
always greater than the cut in price,
an& Xht spectacle wearer is the loser,
ThtTe-t menU, talllfaction for JOU
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A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING), PORT STREET
Over May & Co.
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IMITATION IS THE HI0HE3T FORM OF FLATTERY
THE OUTER FORM OF THE
Hawaiian enameled souvenir jewelry has been copied by all
other jewelers; the high standard of the workmanship has been
attained by none.
Buy the Best
and thus get the greatest value for your money,
H. Culman, 1064 Fort St.
FINE HAWAIAR CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
Acielina PattI -
Rough Rider -
Fitzpatrick Bros. pistrmutoiV
FIVE VALUABLE PRIZES OFFERED FOR HI0HE8T SCORES
MADE FROM MARCH 1ST TO APRIL 1ST.
Hotel Baths Bowling Alleys
(Continued from Paoa 1.)
that such u bill, coining from an at
torney piuctlilug lu the courts of thlu
tltyi looktd ver strange. It appeared
us if some of the other law) era wanted
to get tho practice now enjoyed by the
member!) of the Attorney (Jcncrul's de
"It loul.H like rank Ingratitude on
Iho part of the House," he suld, "to go
lifter tlilx olllce lu the wuy It Is doing.
Wo are doing nioie work hero thau had
been done In u long time. I have heiu
tnc rejxnt or the Attorney General ot
the Slate of Wisconsin, uud It shows
thut he and his department do not
turn out the amount of work that Is
All the other members of the depart
ment tool; u similar view of the mut
ter. I'rosser uud Fleming both stated
that Peters Iiuh greatly Increased th
tlllclency of the department. The At
torney Ceneiul, said one of them, ha
to appear against the best lawyers lu
the Territory, and yet they want to
keep him from making any more thau
the $300 or his salary. They can't ex
pect to keep u good man for that
Peters Btuted that there ure two
piivatc law firms In Honolulu that
pay out u great deul more for clerk
hire and other expenses than does the
Attorney General's department, uud
yet they do not turn out anywhere
mar the amount ot business thut is
done by the Territorial officials.
The House wus culled to older ut V
(('clock this morning.
A communication from the Supei
iuteudent of Public Works was read.
It referred to cei tutu lauds lu the Wat
klkl district, putting the land owners
there under the orders of the Hoard ot
Health, as to Minltation.
A list ot the Dureuu ot Agriculture
and Tuiestry's employees uud the sal
aries paid tlicm wus read uud referred
in me i;oiuiultteo on Agriculture,
Itlce for the Finance Committee re-
portid on Heuutu Ull! 17, relating to
tiiuds for the payment of the expeubes
of the several counties. The Commit
tee's report was adopted uud passed
Mahoe moved that the House recon
sider House Hill 82, relating to tho
regregutlou or Isolation of lepers ut
Molokul, The motion wus lost.
Huwllns for the Judiciary Conimlt
tee repotted on the following Home
House 1)111 3D, an Act relating to re
ports or Clicult and District Courts. It
passed second reading and was made
special order for tomorrow,
House Illll id, mi Act prohibiting
certain government and county officers
piactlclng luw, or acting as attorneys
or couiibelluis ut luw during their term
uf olllce, The committee recommends
that It pass with tne following amend
ment; "The Attorney General and Ills dep
uties, County attorneys nnd their dep
uties, county clerks, the High Sheriff,
YOU WILL LAUGH
AND BE HAPPY
with Mark Twain, Secure a
complete set of hit ttorlti, In
either cloth or half-morocco,
and let him entertain you.
Small monthly payments are
all that are necessary.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of Ih tvtnlng
ulltUn otvta a eamalatai ummarv af
I the news of the day.
Deputy High Sheriff, Sheriff uud their
deputies are heieby prohibited from
practicing or acting us attorneys or
counsellors ut law In any civil cause
now pending or hereafter to be insti
tuted. In any court within tho Terr!-
tor', during their term ot office. The
cominiuees report was aaopteu auu nocentiy waiKea away,
passed second reading as amended. I Kalelopu for the Lands Committee
House Illll 18. relatlug to attach- reported on House Resolution 91. In
ment, wus recommended and passed traduced by Representative Sheldon,
with amendments. , "'" recommended that the sum ot four
ceu'uTli'dlvo T S? 5EH W&X "Krr
"- an' CsaecCoSdWrttead,m ff rS?
House Hill 2G, uu Act relutlug to re-' adopted
Sice! .XcTance TSELE Seed WS&SrftiKl
.ration In olllce. passed second reading. , iSlrmM'XiK
Senate 1)111 32, an Act Increaslug tho sum ot one thousand dollars be appro
punishment for the crime of having prlatcd, to be expended for furniture
kexual or carnal Intercourse with u . lor Kauai court houses
female under the nge of fourteen years, clerk Savldge of the Senate Informed
which bill has passed third reading in the House that House Dili 20 relating
the Senate, ou the committee's recom- to eight houra of actual service on any
meudatlon passed second reading. I working day, had passed In the Ben
House Dill CD, uu Act relating to ate.
elections. The comtultteo recommend- The Lauds Committee reported ou
ed that tho bill pass second reading House Rill 196, Introduced by Repre
nlth thu rollowlug amendments: sentatlve Sliva, recommending that the
.tlarklng compartmeuts Tho iuspect- sum of $5000 be appropriated out of the
ors shall cause to be provided within current appropriation, instead of the
the polling apartment not less thuu loan appropriation bill as asked for
three voting shelves or compartments for erecting a wharf and warehouse
ut or lu which voters may convenient- ut Kallhlwal, Kauai, 15000.
ly murk their bulIoU. CIVIC KBD8 READY.
senate Dill S3, au Act relating to tho
TO AMEND SECTION 378 OF CHAPTER 28 OF THE REVISED LAWS
OF HAWAII, AS AMENDED BY ACT 65 OF THE SEBUM
LAWS OF THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII PA8SED BY THE
LEGISLATURE AT ITS REGULAR SESSION OF 1905, RELA-
, TING TO THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY
Be it Enacted by the Legislature or the Territory of Hawaii:
6ECTI0N 1. Section 379 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, u amen
ded by Act 68 of the Session Laws of the Territory of Hawaii passed
by the Legislature at its regular session of 1905, is hereby amended so u
to read as follows:
"Section 378. The Governor may, with the approval of a majority
of the Board, after a hearing or hearings as hereinafter provided, from
time to time set apart any Government land or lands whether under
lease or not, as forest reservations, provided, however, that on lands un
der lease the reservation shall not take effect until the expiration of the
existing lease, or in any way affect the rights acquired under the lease.
Any land or lands while so set apart shall not be leased or told by the
Government or used in any way forany purposes inconsistent with this
Act; provided, however, that the Governor may from time to time, with
the approval of the Commissioner of Public Lands, after a hearing or
hearings as hereinafter provided, revoke, modify or suspend any and all
the orders and proclamations or any part thereof, which set apart suoh
SECTION 2, This Act shall take effect from and after the date of
Approved this 5th day of March, A. D. 1907,
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
llltne ill linrglfll), HHid Mi olid tisil-lug
MltH. NOTI.KV'H CLAIM.
lilt lor Ihf I'liinim Committee It',
Ixttlfd nil Itesoliitlnli lul atitl lrcolii-1
liuiidrd that the mil of 1 1 ISO be In
serted In the appropriation Mil fur
additional nppnipiUllous as Dili Is a
Just (lalm of Mrs. Ntillry
L'tmry tor the Health Committee, !
portid on llou-e Illll IS, relating lu1
puiiMiincut for fulling to undergo vac.
(Illation The law trad that the fath
er or mother of every child may, with
in all months after the birth of such
child, or In the event of the death, Ill
ness, or absence of the father or moth
er, then the guntdlan, nurse or peuon.
iiuting vnniKe oi such rniiu may wn ti
ll! six months after Its birth, take such
child to the vaccinating officer, for the
purpose or having It vaccluated.
The committee icconimendcd that It
be tabled. Can led, against the pro
test of Kan I ho.
Secretary Atkinson brought a mes
sage from the Governor. The mes
rage was In reply to Itepreientatlvu
lllce's resolution calling upou the Gov
ernor to explain why be had directed
the heads of departments not to use
up the appropriations provided for by
the last legislature.
The message reads as follows:
To the Legislature of the Territory of
Ilecognltlug the desire of so large a
number of the out-of-town members to
close this session of the legislature lu
time to nllow them to take the out
going steamers the early part of the
week, I have signed Senate 1)111 No. 3,
entitled an Act making special appro
priations lor the use of the Govern
ment of the Territory of Hawaii dur
ing the two years which will end with
the thirtieth day of June A. D. 107,
commonly known as the "Loan Bill,'
as I find It Impossible In the limited
time to Intelligently segregate those
iteuis which, in view of the proposed
county system of government, should
properly be expenditures on the part
of the counties rather thau the Terri
tory; and also to secure the Informa
tion necessary in. deciding what other
Items are essential to the welfare ol
the Territory aud, lu view of our
financial condition available.
I have already sounded a note ol
warning, aud called your attention to
the rapidity with which our public
debt has Increased, aud I am of the
opinion that the amount of appropria
tions carried in this bill are excessive,
nnd reserve tho question of their ex
penditure until they can be thorough
0. It. CAHTEIt,
Hlce, the Introducer ot the resolu
tion, was quickly ou his feet and said
that the Governor had not answered
the question, but qvuded from the
course wanted by the House. The Gov
ernor should have given out the rea
sons why he directed the departmental
beads not-to, expend the aDDrooriallons
-provided for by, the last -.Legislature.
me people or Kauai -wanted tbelr
niads repaired; but "the Oovernbr"
ste.vpcd ilnand prevented, them from
having their .wishes." ; Rlce -moved
that the clerk be' directed to ask the
Governor again to reply 'to .the resolu
tion Kan I ho said that the Governor has
lowered the dignity,-of the House', by
answering unlutelllgently and moved
that the Governor be requested to re
spect the members of the House and
answer more like a man. The Gover
nor, accompanied by Chas. Gay, having
ncard tne vibration of Ka
nlho's basso voice peeped In and In-
Ed Towse, secretary Civic Federu-
Moti'liy, .March I,
M, H. H. Illloulaii, Johnson, II hnuil
from llllo, and I du)s H hours from
Pan Kranrlsni, 4 p. m.
I' R. II, O. Manning, Juynrs, I rum
llllo and Hawaii cruise, 1 :3o p. m.
Am sp. Marlon Chllcott, Larscu, It
days from Montrte), C:30 p. lu.
Hchr. Hob Hoy, from I'uiiloa, tlio
Tuesday, March f.
fittnr. Mauna Loa, Slmersou, for Ha
waii and Maul jiorta, at noon.
Stm r. Kluau, freeman, for llllo and
way ports at noon.
Kttnr llflene, Nelson, tor llamakua
potts, 7 a. in.
Ilk. Andrew Welch, Kelly, for San
Francisco, 10:45 n. tu.
Schr. Hctene, Thompson, for San
Francisco, 12:45 a. m.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Pllti, for Maul ana
Molokal ports, & p. m.
Stmr. W. U. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, tfj p. in.
I'. M. S. S. China, Frlele, from San
Francisco, In morning.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from Kau
ai ports, early In morning.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
The following Is the preliminary
announcement of the program of ex
ercises to be held on the evening of
Haturday, March 16tb, at St. Louis
College Hall, In celebration of Ire
land's national holiday, -A general
admission fee of fitly cent la charg
ed and there are no reserved seats,
Number ...... St. L. C. Orcbeatra
Bong A. U. Angus
Recitation Wm. Zlegler
...Prof. Marques' String Quartet
Song Mr. Alapal
Dr. A. Marques and Prof., Ji Rosen
Address Clinton J. Hutcblns
Number Bt. L. C. Orchestra
Song Ilev. Father Valentin
Violin Solo : ., Walter 'dough
Vocal Quartet.. Diamond Head, Club
Dance '. ....;..
Bong ,,., .,'jQuy, Livingston
Instrumental Quartet" . ..'. .'.'I'. . . .'
i- ... . . .,.-. Diamond 'Head Club
Bong . Mrs. B.M'cV.Macka!l
Number ....... St.' L.C. Orchestra
TO BASEBALL GAME
The Senate has sent the House ,a
challenge to a baseball game to b
played on Saturday, March 16. This
Is 8t. Patrick's Day, on which the
Walklkl regatta In honor of the Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce par
ty, will also take place. The ball
game will take place In the forenoon
and the regatta In the afternoon, so
that the visitors will have no tack of
novel and Interesting entertainment
on that day. Incidentally the peo
ple of the town always look forward
with expectation to the biennial con
tests between the solons, which ara
productive of much merriment.
' S i i
Wong Hoy, .who was convicted ,ln
Police Court or .assault on Ah Kwan,
was fined $7.30 and $2.70 costs, . appeals
to the Circuit Court. '
Hon, requested tpe House to .send u
copy of each bill to the office of W. K.
Castle. He further stated that tne
Civic Federation organisation was
ready to appear before the House It
Kalelopu for the Lands '.Committee
reported recommending that the sum
or $36,000 be appropriated for the con
struction ot a concrete reservoir at
Kalmukl, as asked for In House Iteso
lutlon 105, introduced by Long..
Tfcat the sum of $600 be appropriat
ed from the public treasury 'Tor furni
ture for the Court House, Fifth Cir
cuit, Island of Kauai.
' A lengthy discussion arose over the
fees of'CForoner'a Jurors. An amend
ment raising a coroner's fees from t
to $3 a day was voted upon, it was
lost. The coroner's fee was fixed at
$2 a day, as the bill calls for.
On motion of Qulnn the House ad
Journed 'until p. m.
Why not come oit, then, ia
stylish spring mitt
We hare a remarkably n assort
ment of spring- suiting for yoi to
choose from, Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to se
cure correct styles and a good1 lit,
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
M Klrtfl t
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