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LOTS FOR SALE
KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVCS.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
FINE FRESH FAMILY
IMPORTED AND ISLAND BRED.
FORT ABOVE HOTEL ST.
TeL Main 109
For Over 60 Years
fc-- "" urcn vmi irar over hiaii
a Y1SAKH tV A1ILL.ICJNB of V,.thr
r forUie.rcniilur.N whlloTBlVT! r-
succj. it eg
Wn lli HUMS. AUJVYS oil pain, Nl
pi CURKii WIND CUI.IC, and li Hie S4
by I)rurrlit in every part of t:m
irorld. Jlo nuro ar.il ask for i'ru
31 Wiuilow'a Sootblnv Krrupand talo
4.1W oibcr lluJ. S Cents a Bottle.
have opened a horseshoe
Infj department In co-inee-
tlon with their carrlane
shop, etc. Hnvlnu secur
ed the services of a first
class ohoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
Bambco Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
CCS 8. EiERE'fANIA 8T
TELLPHONE BLUE B31.
Dp. T Ucniura,
Physician and Surgeon; Specialist
evo diseases. Olllco, llDretnul.i nnar
Nuuanu. Houis: S to 11 a. m., 7 tn
S p. nt. Telephone Main 120. Office
King nr. Alnpat; hours: 1 to 3 p.m.
Telephone White -ICC.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
COAT AND PANT3
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
134f. FORT OTREET.
jjEr-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Hewitt" undated resignation 1)111
was jester.hiy teportcd on by the Ju-
mciiry loniniitico as miiows:
I Tne Judiciary Committee reports
. oii8lilcruU" f Senate Hill No. 8'J,
Untitled "An Act to prevent the glv-!
(f (Inlci, )p un(Intci, rcRiKml,(m,
',,.. 0rntnM lmJ employes of the Tor-
" ""-"" """ "i""J" , . ' ,
lUory ,0 ,1C11I,8 ,lf Terruorai IKp.irt-
inents nnd other officials and to pro
vide penalties for so doing."
The object of tho Mil Ik to do
nway with the practise of the requir
ing liy Hiiperlor offleerH tho filing of
undated resignations by their subor
dinate)!. Wo appiovo of tho general object
fought to bo obtained by tho piovl
fIiiiis of the bill but recommend Hint
Si el Ion I be amended by stilklag ouU
.. it.,., ..,.ii,i i,...nr. iiiiiriinati snys iiiui on inn leiiiin
the words ""lowevcr, that nothing In () Ncw V)r) o rnmM , lllt ,blllcd
this net shall be construed to prevent' ri0()0)) , 1() l.,,,.,,,, fllllcl ,,
the bona lido resignation of nny olU- t,ntK ,lnt throiiKlPhls elforts u total
clal or emplon of the Territory" nml! of fzon.uuu wns given ovei'to Treas.irer
iHbstltutliiK In place thereof the fol-
lowing: "however, Hint any ofllcor,
the 'ippotntmcut of whom by law is
by the (Inventor, by nnd with the
advice and consent of the Senate,
may be by tho (iovernor suspended
for .-attse for n period not to excceil
slNty days; and further provided that:
nothing In this act shall bo construed
to prevvnt the bona fldo leslgnatlon
of any olllclal or employe of the Ter
illory." And with these umendmeitls
we lecommetiil the passage of the
Ilespect fully submit ted.
tSlgned) W. (). SMITH.
Hut I doubt the uutlioilty of tint
l.egl.latuie to grant tho general pow
ets In suspend.
C. V. CHILLINCIWOUTH.
I feel that the Coventor should
have the power to suspend without,
limiting the time to .00 days, but
doubt the authority to do m.
a. N. iiaysi:li)i:n.
I H'tysclden Introduced tho follow
I Whereas, the Hoard of Cominls
slcnira of Public Instruction, at their
last nieotlng held on tho 9tli day of
April, l'.tOT, did mako a certain up
nnlntinniii li. Ihn (tovnriiinent Keliool .
,u..t...i .. 1 -.i.Min.,. Mm.li ..ml
Whereas, wo feel and firmly
."cv 'ial such uppolntnicnt has l.ceni
ju cuntiary to the best Interest,
of the Depaitiuent of Public Institii-I'hown
Hon. contrary to the bent Interests ot wuoru liquor is lunooeii 11111 quicwy
the school In question, aud contrary I"1" " l'"hu. whereas In the large
tc the lerommendatlons made by In- mnjorltv of households where liquor
Micc.tors and other officers ot tho wM.I" 'Irunk. the children glow up to bo
department; and moderate In Its use. The Herman
Wherens.'we believe Hint tho said hcople arc a case In point. The Qor
lippolntment should not have been mans, as all Teutons, must have Itli
mail", and that the action of siisl.l "r: and to quaff that beverage In
Hoard of Commlsiloneis or Public In- "II l''11'1 "1"1 llt " ll"'H B nsld
itiuellon Mimild be inclndeil: cred pcifeclly proper. Tho (lerinau
Wheierore. we, the Sonnto ot tho1 will go with his entile family to tho
Session of 10(17, hereby request tho'heer garden, meet Ills neighbor, dls
Huperlnlonilent of the Department oil""" "'u ,el"a of lll "'ny ami llxten
Public Instruction to call a special 1" '' for.cert or witness 11 play.
nwotliiB of the wild lloaicl to take tiu-Thla condition Is found In St. Louis
der discussion tho mutter In question' mil Cincinnati, where there Is a
nnd bo icqulrcd to glvo the reasons! hugo Herman element.
for making such 1 ointment. and "' " ''' making out 11 caso for
other matter that may bo icqulrcd of, tho saloons or places or drinking, but
them. And further, that this Scnatn merely bringing out tho fact which
be nitMcd as to tho Unto for which Unnnot bu contradicted, that temper
sald meeting Is called, to onnlilo,nco cannot bo legislated Into 11 peo
Ihnso who dcslie. to bo present nt l1i". If there wero no saloons people
laid meeting. ! would still find means to dilnk. On
That further a special commlttco tho other bund, nny Individual who
of three members of this Senate bo has learned In his life solMontrnl,
appointed by thu President to Inves -
Urrat.j bo in eent at said meeting nml
leport to 'this Scnuto tho icstilt of
1 I'livnriuilo repot is wero mane iin1B-nt .. ......... .... -...v. ....,..,.. -
the. resolution IWH.g the Suporvl-in." lmls he deprived of their liberty?
liicetlngson 1110 iirvi weuuesuay an
er tno .it 11 or eacn 1 10 11 . was iiivor-
ably lepoited on.
"DR." WALLACH FOUND GUILTY,
Tholury. which held tho fatu of Wal-
lacli in Its hands, wnt Into conclave a
little liofoiu 2 o'clock yesterday after-
noon but they did not may long, l.v.i
few 111 nutea they hobbe 1 up horeuely
nnd lepoited dlbagrcement hut J.aly.B " "'."' ,h,.r " m,"; ,
Do Holt kept them "on their wuy." i" bin n 11 I linking manes It m.
Am the pangj or hunger nsalled tho I ho Inillvldiml In the long inn Is tho
"twelve .who men" they nude another test and element or society. If each
Utlcmpt to gel. by the wire, but 0110 Individual child vveio taught temper -
juror balked at tho post and declared .nco in tho school, In the Sunday
MVZ,l!!yl!e1iu!',V'''1rellou "'Iiool and In the home, drunkenness
H WUH II IsllrO aiUllll. Ml, I UllhU, VU ..-,..1. 1 illgnnnnni.
behalf or some or the Juiots.usked for,""1."1 "'8'1"1'a'- , , -
Instructions of a moiu oxpllclt iintiiiu " "1T,'r tl10 u,l,,vo ''''mk oxpres-
legardlng the meaning of "lebldclice." slon or an honest opinion, In support
'Hie .liiilgo natlsllcd their cKmIics and of our contention that tho liquor bus -
back they went. In about llvo minutes Incoi can best ho legulated only hy "Veil, vol's de dlfforence mit ten
a good Htart was 111.11I0 nnd they got; reasonable leslrlctlons, le.isonabln trnl and inlclcllo?"
mi 111 a iiuui-H on uu uKiK-i. vfiuicu
4,1,1 ' .
Pending kciitcme, the "doctor"
111 ficeilinu oil It Sltli) bail bond.
Tho full p'junltv for perjnr Is twen
ty cniH at haul labor.
Jtf- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -C .
Nov York, Apt II 1 -The World;
uial.es a tell allonal illsnhiv of till ill-1
Ihged letter wrltiiii l I J, II Hurrlmiiii
in Sydney Webster of New York, In
...1.1..1. ............ ......... .. , i i.
. "llllll 1.111. lllli... .... ,UIIUL U MITIU..
before the election In the autumn of '
JUOJ. when It looked certain tlint tliu
State would go Ileinueiullc uuil theic
wns doitht as to Roosevelt carrying It,
!"-' President sent me n 'roiutsl to
come to Washington to tourer upon the
lliHj;al comiitlons In .New Wk.
cotnp lei , u:id he to d nic he understood
. ,,,,,. ,,,, llnt ))e wlCf.u,riiiiy
cnrrl"il on without Milllclent money
and (irked If I would help them In rais
ing these necessary funds, as (he na
tional committee, under uiutrol of
Chad man Cnrtcljou, had utlerl full
ed of obtnlnlnz them.'"
It wna ucieed by the President that
If necessary ho would take euro of
Dcpew by appointing lilm LmljaMkitdor
to Purls, Inasmuch as some of the Ho-
publlenns In New Vorlv Stele were op-
I""-"'.! ,' ,'' ri-ilcnlon to the Senate.
"This," sa.s llariliuan, "turned at
least Cll.O'.'U voles In New York,"
Afar the election llairluian stopped
on" at Washington on his way In Vir
ginia, lie k,ib, nnd to his gnat mii
prlse. President Roosevelt Informed
him he had ihangeil Iil3 mind nlvjut
appointing Dcpew as Hinbamador and
invoieu mm lor me ucnaie.
.1,? leMertomrrlman", olilrcXlay '"""" uf ;-" "-a""
The leporlcr fiivh that Alexander Mil- ,ho Teirttory of Hawaii, upon such
ler. iiecictary of the Southern Parllle public , land hh may be mailable for
Compan), who Is generally tegariled the puipoe, all necessary buildings,
iih lluiilman's nioiithplcie, was greatly Wtli eiiulpnient, linings and furnish
agltated and asked the icimrlcr If then. ,nRHi , l() lu.cll ,, ,lm,m.( as u
was no vvnv i.r Mopping paid cation, ,,, f , (l! ,,,,,
nnd us Li'il how much he wuiild take , , , .
ror It. Ilanliua.i, when seen, would ! '",r ' ,,f pl'r"11'' P-"". "."Ki-galed
not deny hiivlng wrltieii the loller,i" d?luliied at any i-eltlemeiit or hos
but declared that lis iniblUatlou at pltal, under governmental control.
ilils time would work Irrcpaiablo
hniin. lie declared the letter waa not
tlveii In lis entliety. but had been!
n dlMharai.il clerk nameil Hill. I
Sydliev Webster's wife la a sister ot,
Stuveiulit Willi, who was ousted rnmi'eniiiBO,
the Presidency of the Illinois Central
I tall way by llaiilmaii.
THE LIQUOR PROBLEM
IConttnued from Plot 1.
home I) temperate Is that the .levv-
l)h child In the iioiiiinl .lowlsli liome
he-1''"" not have liquor withheld from
-- - " " " "-
which wo can get. i:perlenco has
that clilldren rcareil 111 Homes
' cannot bo led Into oxcess by nil tho
temptations in tiio world. 'Hie fault
is not with tho saloon but with the
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I ....uunu ...I... ul.,...t.1 ..It ..,!. I...II..I.I -
j Individual. If one man goes to ox-
j "- ... . . i "
umiun m i.. mm ... nuwra. ...
fnet the gioatest w.oi.g Is demo
vviiii iiue iiiucLioiiH inroiiKii which '
"fo Is maintained nnd the I.
n tod. Tho hcntliuontn! thei
en 1st bo-'
Huvoa that ho deshojH tho evil by
nbmltttely destroying that which Is
the souico of both good and evil.
fim.eHpearo i. ,,t t well when ho
.,.,. ..,-, , ,,, ..,,,,.. .,
iHnitmi,,, nMnouable llccifso fees,
' nml t.v sli Irl nnfnrc ninniit nf Inn i-nn
dltlniiK of llroitho, iiiiiI wo maintain to
obtain this aim It Is not necessary to
cjVoii amend tho piesent law.
P. V. HYAN.
April 11, '07,
. . - . 1 ;.' '
i 1 yiiii)araMi.iiiiii)
to save the boys
FROM FUTURE MISERY
AT LEPER STATION
following Is the text of the hill
, .... ..... , .... , ... . M
' """" " , W'V """"" .ne cnn-
tireu oi iiie lej.ci aeiui'iiicui;
An Act to Piovlde for the Election,
Constt fiction aud I'qulpmcnt of
tho Necessary llullillng 'innl
Their 1'lttlugH and rutnlslilnits.
In be Used and Mnlutnlncd as a
Home, for the .Minor Male Chil
dren Horn of Leprous Patents,
Segregated or Detained it Any
Settlement or Hosplial, Cnder
(iovcrnmcntal Contiol. for tho
Segregation nnd Treatment of
I.cpioua Pcri-ons and to Appio
prlato Moneys Theiefor; It lle
lug the Object of this Alt to
Care for and IMucate said Minor
Malo Children In Seir-Sustuliiltig
Avocations Until Itrachlng tho
Ago of Olsciellon The Are Able
to Adequately Cine for Thciu
hiIvcm. He It Knurled by the l.eglsl.ituie of
I he Territory of ll-iwnll:
Section I. That the Hoard or
Health of the Tenltory of Hawaii ho
nnd Is heieby nutlicu Iznl. empowered
and dl hi I (Ml to erect and construct,
or causii to be erected and construct
ed, with nil convenient speed, and to
.iinl.ili.l). lim!, il llin illi nr f li.ii n.i.l
for thu Kcgrcgatlou and treatment of i
leprous persons, from the time of the'
lore,tou of such minor ihlldieu Intol
,,,,,,.,,,, . ., , ,,
l,"i1"1 of Health shall illicit their ills-
Section 2. Tlint the sum of Klf-
teen Thousand ItHi.oOO.ftO) Dollars
he and the same Is hereby appropri
ated out of and from any public rutids
now existing or which may hereafter
exist not otherwise appropriated, for
1 tho purpose of ca riving Into effect
tho purposes and objects of this Act.
Section 3. This Vet shall take et-
At a meeting of the executive com
mltteo of Hie Civic Federation yes
terday ntternoon a general organi
sation was hiought about and exec
utive cifficeis chosen as follows:
President, A. P. (Iillllths; first vlco
president. 1". II. McStocker; second
vice president, Dr. D. Scudder; sec -
utnry. 1M Tovvso; treasurer, C. H-
wicKcy. w. ,. nryaii aim k, o. ins -
mor vveio elected to hcrvc on tho ox
ccutivo committee. ,
The following fifteen, vvlilch con
stitute the executive committee, vveio
told off 011 suh-committecH as fol
lows: Finance and Membership It. II.
Trent, W. A. Ilrynn, S. K. Kamalo
plll. 1 Legislation and rubiic Sorvautr.
11. McStocker. D. L. Wlthlnctoii.
,. ,, ,. '
'" Kljllc.ltI(m' charities nnd
, .. ,(h ,
I IIV,l,iu l
L. Home, J, A. Hath, W.
Varks, Streets nnd Public Works-
K. S. Dodge, 11. S. Ilosnior. A. K.
,lw ml(, ,.,,,.,..
C. II. Dickey, 1M Tovvso.
Tho sub-committees may bo added
to at any time fiom tho ranks ot tho
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receiving the attention of tho Keder-
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"""" l 1'iesent Is 1110 legislative ac-
""" "" l" l"Mor "1IV
, i!,.,,, n re escapes In tenement
umsc!( , nM) u.culv1B a ,,
slmro (lf ,lltelll0 fl.m tjmt j,,,,)-
1 , lin ,
A Herman who wanted somu feed
lor ,lhl ,1(lrw ,0()k ,,0Wll , .,,,.
I , - ., 1 .
' rhonc. for the purpose of ordering
bome, whon tho following wns'heard
ut tn Hcrni.in'.s end of tho lino:
1 "Hello. 1st: dot do middle?"
"Nerer lulnd vat you link? Hlf
. m Jnr f,.nl ulm .. "
"Hello! Iss dot do reed stoio? Veil
sent me up von palu of hay uuil vow
juicl; of parley."
I "Who Im It for? It Iss ror ilc
horse. Don't get funny."
Via . . w j.'St''. 1 ' ..-jj
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C.E.
Consulting- Hydraulic Engineer.
HONOLULU. H. T.
PAST DUE AGENCY Collectors of
Claims nnd Accounts. Phone Main
333. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
Boston Building, Third Floor.
Large Building near business cen
tre of the City.
Stores on ground floor.
Second floor office!.
Well built and very convenient.
Large Warehouse, stone founda
tion, cement floor. Near busineis
district. Suitable for carrying on a
general storage business.
House and lot King Street. Par
lor, dining room, kitchen, bath room,
3 beJrooms, servants' quarters, arte
sian water. Let is CO s 120 $30.
Hcu:e auJ lot on WcJkikl Beach.
3 Lcir-om3, servants' quarters $30.
House and let on Pacific Heights.
3 bedrooms, fine location. $20.
Bishop Trust So..
024 BETHEL STREET.
JT ALFRED MAGOON'S
REAL ESTATE NOTICE.
TOR RENT OR LEASE.
The entire FIRST FLOOR AND
BASEMENT OF THE MAG00N
BUILDING, corner of Merchant and
Alakea Streets, Honolulu. There is
installed on the premises 25 h. p. en
gine and boiler, ltiel oil tank, pumps,
shattir.?, etc. All in perfect condi
tion. The premises arc suitable for
uorcj or for manufacturing purposes,
" r7a 01nble tern
!P p',," ", v'v.' nnnnnl..
two ucci-rooms anu Kitcncn. two
room cottage on the premises.
Cottage on Young Street, near
Kccaumoku, parlor, dining-room, 3
bed-rooms, large yard.
On Nuuanu Sticet, just above
Vineyaid, as a whole or in subdivi
sions, land known as the Crabbc
propci ty, on which are two comfort
7 acrc3 of land in Upper Nuuanu
Valley, on which is a comfortable
dwelling of 0 rooms, largo lanai,
kitchen and bath: also a-cood stable
,,,,,! carriage house. Neighborhood
jpood; climate dcllglltfttl; soil fertile;
iroses ana jtowers. strawberries, ba
nanas, vegetables and fruits grow
land in many places in Honolulu.
improved and unimproved; also rent-
producing real estate in and outside
Apply to MAG00N & LIGHTF00T,
Attorneys-at-Law, cor. Merchant and
Alakea Sts., Honolulu.
Fancy and plain colore; medium
and best rjrades of: Corset Covers.
Petticoats, Night Gowns, Drawers,
Chemises and a Bio Assortment of
Sale Prices Are Almost Half Reg
Don't Miss This Chancel
NEW LINES OF EMBROIDERY &
NUUANU bet. HOI EL KING Sts.
The Weekly Edition of the Evcnlnn
Bulletin gives a comolete summary cf
the news of the uay.
mmMMmm iisiiainiiitrTiiitii ttummr mw
I The Lilllc Ads. with the Bii; Results
Young lady from Maul, owning ma-
chine, will sew In private famll),
Address "J. U" this office.
Competent while girl or woman to
take care of children; references.
Address "P. (!.," this office.
Desirable, tool, liioMiilto-pinor loom,
adjoining bath, electric light, etc.,
at W, S. King St. bet. Alal.ea and
ltlchnrds Sis. 3C:M-2w
rurnlshed cottages, two blocks front
the Hawaiian Hotel. JI2 mid til.
Apply I". K. King. Cottage C.rove. '
April 1st. fi-roont cottage, 1C1S Col
lege St. Imiulie at :'. I lleretanl.i
Collages In ("bristly Lane. Apply
Wong Kvvnl, Smith St., maiikii Ho
tel. I'lne cheap housekeeping looms,
Quarry St ; splendid view.
Furnished rooms nnd n small cottage.
Alakc.i House. 1077 Alakea St.
2 furiiislied fiont looms nt 1223 Km -
m.i St ; tent reasonable. :. I(il-t
Newly furnished mosquito i
rooms nt 81 Vlncvnrd St. 272S-lf
Etnblo nnd carriago houco.
St. 00 Ilooms, good locality. Phono
llltio i.t2 ;in.il-tf
In Judiciary building, silver snake
ring. Inquire this office. 3Gfi3-3t
1 Ic kept on file at E.
THIS PAPER I C. DAKE'S ADVER-
124 Santomo St., Oan Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
be mace for It,
3py"For Rent" cards on sale
the Bulletin office.
Mrs. Hodgion, Teacher of Piano, Or
gait ami bulging, a cienr ami intelli
gent comprehension of tho Theory of
Music and hnvv to perform It In u ro
r.ned ami graceful manner, with a thor
ough knowledge of counting, guaran
tied to every pupil. Puulls prepared
for thu teaching profession. Ileal
deitco and Slidlo, 27G lleretanlu St.,
between Alakea St. nnd Central Unlnit
Church. Seo klgn. - rsGU-lin
Mis Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders slrould he left at tho Ha
waiian News Co.. Young hldg. Phono
204 or Cottage No. 1, Hnalclea Lawn
See Hafitlnns for reoatrs of Locks.!
Keys, Music lloxes, Sharpening of
Pino Cutlery. Hear Union drill.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the.
Criterion Shop, 1111 Port St. I.
O-o Bulletin n'llns
rnsM rrTTri' yiTHMfl
TRADE BOOMERS S S SIGNS!
.. . . us Jcs j . i
nuo corner lot In Vaklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and jmameoUl trMt
tod all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cam and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this officii.
The best and dry firewood can bi
bought at (he Kolto rircwood C.
Woodyard, cor Nuuanti and Pnuahl
Sts ; 20 Pauahl St.; Phone Mma
Thrco Castles Cigarettes. A' now
bhlpmetit has been received. On
sale" now by Kltzpntrink llros. nnd
tho Myrtle Cigar Store. 3C2G-II
,,'re While Leghorn and Plymouth
' ' ! r"' tllnK. mil King
"ear McCully St. ar.St-tf
In Soutli L'c.nn, "n.000 acres of land
a whole Address S. Norrls,
Wiilohlnu. Hawaii 3.150-tf
WOOiVI ArMO BOARD
ItiMim and board In private family for
liul.v or gentleman 1.135 Wlldee Av.
Is not a Luxury; It It a Necessity.
' Out you Must have tho BEST
!" ,h ' provided by the famous
and most cquitabl Laws of Matt.
enu"tu ln the
rNew England Mulnal
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
this laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLA8S DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till S p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
ESJ- Fine Job Printing at the But
- , Help supplied to plantations, families,
shippers and storekeepers. Suto &
Ozavva, Phono White 2G7ti.
Will be given by an experienced teach
er in the following. HookkeepliiK,
Shorthand, Latin, German and the
common branches. Call or nddrcss
No. G10 S. King. 3643-tt
Taknta. 12S4 Port St.
For house-hclo. ohone White 2891. Ma.
klKI. (leueral i:mploymeut Office,
cor Pensacoln and Heretanla.
Yce Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
at, Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Home decoration not in har
mony with qthtir appointments
won't go in this century of re
finement. You ought to nilvise with men
of experience men who have
made a study of home decora-
THE HOME DECORATOR