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KVBNINO nULMSTIN, HONOLULU, t It . SATl'lUlAY. APRIL 27. 1907.
tliiiik the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do , S
it uy cutting uown ninning ,
we can show yon ft store .
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness us you did last year, !
We can show you another
system that will increase
Loth your gross sales nnd
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Special.
All visiting members of tho
ordor nro cordlalljr United tn at
temt meetings of lociil lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meet every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I O. O. V. Hall, Fort street.
i:. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
l A. SIMPSON. N. C.
All v lulling brothers wry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Moots ovory Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock tn K. of 1. Hall. cor.
Kort ami llcrotunln. YUltlng broth
tis cordially Invited to attend.
a. s. vnnm:tt, c. c.
v. waldhon, ic. it. s.
OAHU LODGIi, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ovory Friday evening nt
K. of I'. Hall. cor. Fott. and llerc
tanla, nt 7:30. Member of Mystic
Lodge No. ", Wm McKlnley Lodgo
No. S, and visiting brothers rordla'
n. nosLixn, c. c.
A. S. KENWAY, K. Jl. a.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, D. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No, GIG, II. 1 O.
E.. will meet in their hull on Kin"
near l'ort street every Krlday ovcnlug
Hy order of the K. It.
HARHY H. SIMI'SON.
F. i:. HICIIAIIDSON. Il.lt.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
Fort and Ilcretnnla. VlBltlng broth
era cordially Invited to attend.
L. II. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. n. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In IC. of I'. Hnll. King St.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. L. K. TOOMEY, President.
11. T. MOOItE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
'Meets ovory first and thlid Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting bi others cor
dially InvltoJ to attend.
E. V. TODD, Sachem.
A. K. MURPHY,
C. of It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fjurth Wed
nesday of each mouth at San Amonlo
la!!. Visiting brothers cordially tn
rltcl to attend
V W. WEi:n, Pros.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Chinese Goods "
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
piny any sheet of music or by ear,
GUARANTEED, 12 lessons for $15.
SAM C-OLDENO, Mandolin Expert,
No. IS Hotel St.
Illatik hooks of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc , manufactured hy tho llulletlu
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in boml under super
vision of the U. S. GOVERN
MENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call "p
King and B.thcl Sts.
aib ron 75c.
This is the f.csli chuining
just arrived on the Alameda.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ud,
HAVE YOU TRIED
BLUE PRINT PAPERS?
Very attractive and artistic
prints with their bright blues
and clear whites can be made
on blue urint paper. We haVc
it nlteady sensitized.
It's very cheap; only 20c
for 2 doz. 4x5 papers. Re
quires no chemicals.
With our INGENTO BLUE
PRINT POWDER, which
comes in a lOe tube, you can
make blue prints on almost
any material, such as envel
opes, the corner of note paper,
linen, etc., and sensitize your
ovn printing paper.
Everything Photographic "
UNLIKE AND SUPERIOR
TO ANY WAX POLISH
ON THE MARKET
177 S. KING ST.
On Easy Monthly Pay'ts.
BEFtCSTrtOM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellows' Dldg.
jjy- Fine lob Printing at the tub
Ictln Olflco. -.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The result of the next count in the
Pacific States Tour Contest will be
tublishcd in the Bulletin Friday,
Tall) hoi, livery, nutor. Stkydn. Stbls.
Rest cup of coffee In ttio city. New '
Enrlnnd Uakcry. I
Salo of silk and i.atctu pettlcoati at
Whittle) &. Marsh's im Wednesda
A I rial with the only French laundry
In town, .1. Auarile, will satisfy your
inclination for rtioil washing
Superior to nil others Is lliidwclsor i
'-r nll.S"," ' r ' " ,r " . I'"
Inspect the smart hats for street and
tlivw wear at .Mine Josephine's Mil-1
linen Parlors, Hotel meet, opposite,
the Young h I
It ..II. 11.1 t.... I.. ...... Hii'nn.l l.v w rr
,t mniiw inn ib in." '."iirn iv y "
Ilergln. 'Accommodations, supplies
iitul i.ttendanei nbsolutely first claiB.
I'lliest bathing on tho beach.
You should visit Hie Coyne Furniture
Cos store nnd nc their ntliaetlve nnd
.enlccahlc new nnd large stock of rat
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs free from
rtist mid purlllos rain water, (Il It
u trial and he convinced. California
Fied Co. .agents.
I)i Ink llalnler hi-er new Mien Kill
ami vigor In ever) drop. It will make
will wide uwiijp. ('. Nelcon, ngeiil.
Phone. While 13.11.
The Ikix ulilte plan for Mrs Uiinn's
:iiiitlliee lUincliig exhibition at t lit- tip
mi House net Saturday afternoon
opens ul Wull, Nichols Co., Moiid:i
The Catholic Church or Our lidy of
tho .Mount, Kiiliilnul (Kalihl-ul.nl. To
morrow, April 2Sih, foiutli Suii(hi) ar
ler leister Kundiiy, II a. in., mass, mt
iiioii, coIIcliIoii. Sniiihi) sihool.
A line assortment of the SIlMi Tog
fcr'a line spiclilt), Hurl, Sdiafflier
,: .Marx clothing, arrived in tlm A la
mella. Honolulu will he dicssiMl New'
Yoil.y when this clothing Is worn.
l-oi our itiuuli) Inline hiIIsIki1
Iiiiibs iimllroiis and Hie Kets. Mcxk.m
iliawn woik mid new designs In Teco
pollei) Hawaii A: South Seas Cuilo,
Co., Alexander Young lliilldliig. I'.x- I
t'llilte ealahashes, talis, tnpas, iu.it-
'Ihere Is nothing cheelfill nU'tit a
wood toie nnlcKs It's the smoke. Wl'
not make no )nur mlml to in-c a g.is
Hinge? The Honolulu Has Co, Ltd .
In the Young building, will gltc win
all Hie Information .win nnd.
The Catholic Church ol St. John t'l. i
ll.iptlst, Kallhl-uaeiia, In ihaige ol
Itev Father Cleineiil. Toiiionow.
Aplll 2Mb, loin 111 Sillida) aflct llastc:
Siinilay, S:3U a. in., high iiiiihs, Keimoii
eollcclloii, Suiid.i) school. I p m. (he -
u ry. j
l'lrst Mcthodl! llplscojial Chinch j
Tomorrow's i-enlccs as follows. !i l."
a. in., Snndii) sthool; II a. in. public
worship. Pastor, John v. Wndm.in.
luetic lies. Subject, "Tho Motherhood
of Cod " 7 J), tn., ..public worship. I'.is-1
mi- Kpeaks to llio )ouiig and their I
: I lends on "11 lendslllj'S mill l-iililiuM
Di'IIcIoiih lellshcs for that Sunday
Jlimer; olives (ilpe), chcej,e-c, sweet
liiemls, smoked snliiion mid K.istcin
o)htcrs In shell nt Ij'Wls &. Co., Ltd.,
the food Kpeclallsts. Telephone Main
210, ICO King stiect. Ilar-lc-l)iie, lo.isl
,)lgeou (ktllffeil) midilllekeii (III jell).)
The legular monthly meeting of tli-j
tiiilld mid Woman's Auxillnr) of St
Audiew's Cathcilial will he held at the
residence of Mrs. Hmory, Cnim.i stuet,
opposite the lto)al School, on Monday
afternoon, Apill ilHli, nt half past two.
Deneoiicss Sands will lend a p:ipcr on
"dnukln" China. The Lenten selr-de
ulal offerings will he taken up at this
Tho Ktiiaii, arriving; todny, hrought
the following freight: 17 hogs, 7
x-tates chickens, 7!i bundles hides, 1!
Iiiiudlcs sheep skins, III) cords wood,
J(l bags empty bottles, HI hnrieN
enipty holt leu, :..'! empty kegs, 7 htin
dles, 7 buiidltM nn, 7 hags uwa, I
bunches h.iunniiK, 2 hoises, 2l',G sheep,
I hiiudlu goat sklrs, list packages
Pi lends of Wnricn Marshall will ho
sony to learn thill he recently vuffeied
ii secie incident and will he uiiahlo
to attend M'hool for the rest of the
year. Young Marshall stepped lino .1
Isiller of nealdlug hot water that had
been carelessly placed b) nun of nl.i
assoclules at l.lrks Mcilianlcal Sthool
of Aits In San Fiaiulsco. Ills leg was
very li.nlly hurneil Ho Is recelvlni' the
hest of nttentlon at Dr. Uiuti's hospital
A teller iccclvcd h) Hie Alameda yes-
teiday hltiilght the news of the death
of Hurley Winto'i Itowen nt Alameda,
("ill., the lesldeuce of his mint ami
mother, tin en du)s after his arrival,
his (tiiidltlon li.nlng heiome woi'hii nn
tlm voyage antl n complication was tlui
l chilli. Ills remains wcie eiematetl on
.Sunday the Hth nnd hurled nt Mount
! View cemetery. Mr. lloweu was u
young man of Irtepioachuhlo diameter
and heltl Ihn poslllou of night Inspect
or of the ciist'om house for a number ut
cars. The eauso of his death was
dlabetls. Ilu was a liieniber of the K.
3JC" "For Rent'' cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
"sWMsMWlIM WIHSIK ! Ws BWH
A. newly painted and papered 0
room cottage with modern conve
niences nt Pttunui nr. Liliha car ter
minus. $12 p. m.
Several good building lots at Ma
noa Valley at a bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bids., Room 1, 74 S. King St
I ,. azjimmmu
Because Making and Fitting
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
is our exclusive busincsa, Because a
loan course of study has been follow.
td by years of practical experience,
Because our factory is equipped for
finding special lenses, ns well as
hc usual routine of spectacle-making
. . .
BOSTON BMLDINO, FORT ST.
Over May & Co.
A. N. SAfD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
THE GENTLE BUT FIRM AND
UNMISTAKABLE PERSUASION OF
That is the kind of argument I put into the
HIOH - C CLASS
Hawaiian Souvenir nnd other jewelry mnde by me
and it tells a story interesting to everyone who values
I SPECIAL PRICES
5 We olTcr a special inducement for one week, commencing Fri-
3 day, April 20. on dainty, pretty DRESS MATERIALS. The iroods
are nil new and crisp. In fact, just unpacked. See the display in
5 our show windows.
Regular 75c ON SALE AT GOc a yard
Regular C5c ON SALE AT 50e a yard
Regular 50e ON SALE AT 40c a yard
Regular 45o ON SALE AT 35c a yard
IijUrecl QrRindie, with Mercerized Thread
Regular 25e" ON SALE AT 20c a yard
I EE GrAN Qb GO KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
Additional Cable News an Page 1.
STIR ur LABOR
Kan Fraiiclstt), Apt II 20. The I-nlxirl
Co, im.' .ii cOii'Iciii.'mI Piesldi'llt,
Ui'ti eh ft ''I: nil ".in i". aholit
Mo)er anil llaywooil
EAMES MAY GET DiVORCE
New Yoik, Aplll id. The referee
has iccoiiimcndtil that the dlwuce de-
liiniiileil li Madanio Kmina K.iiiicb from ;
her liin-iKinil, Julian Stor). he giaiitetl
RAILROAD MAN SUICIDES
New Yoik, Alirll ill. Daniel Wil
cox, fx-ji!f:ddfiit of tho Delaware &
Hudson Canal Company, lias commit
ted suicide at sea.
NO LABOR CONFERENCE
San Francisco, Apill -G. Tho con
ference heHveeii tnn tailiien nnd lliu
niiri'M nlnihc o'f the ('lilted UnllioaiU
FLOODS DO DAMAGE
St. J'eleifhing. April 1!C Disastrous
Hoods lime taken placo al Kiev.
HOUSE IS DROWNED
(Continued from Page 11
rs violently as hofoio when the House
fuineues .Monday morning.
1 The. Health Committee returned a
rather mild icpnrt on tho Hoard of
Health resolution refusing to allow
Wall leh to go to Moloknl. It eliar
ueterled tho action as unfair and not
!n keeping with tho spirit of modem
(Ion that marked tho action of the
House. It looks, tho cnmniltteo said,
at' If the doctors wero animated by
jealousy, and although unable to euro
lepiosy themselves, weio afraid to
let an) body elt attempt It. The iti-
; ort was adopled.
After Hid rending of tho ml miles,
the lloiibo tool; u recess of about t!D
minutes, awaiting tho repoit of thi
Conference Conimltleo on tho liquor
I On lining called to older again, tho
tlloiibi took upon third lending II. II.
I'll, allowing n homesteader to live
on u piece of hind adjacent to tint
which he Is homestcadlng. Tho bill
II. II. Uir,, making special appro
Illations fioiu tho Loan Fund, waa
THE LATEST NOYELS
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K. Phillips Oppenhclm
The Court of The Maharaja
Hawaiian News Co.. l.-J.
Polished Pire Sets in exquisite de
signs. Teco Pottery. Tapas, Mats,
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO,
Alexander Younr; Building.
DULLETIN ADS. PAY "TK
J 064 Fort St.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
Korse and Horse
one sleek and fat with plenty
of action, the other slothful
are needed In one case be
cause they will bring a hone
to his feed, make his organs
work properly and put him on
his feet. Try a package and
note the change.
25 CCNTS THE PACKAGE.
& Co., Ltd.
taken up on third lending. This hill
tariloa 1 131,, 11 7.90. Pasbcd tinunl
II. II. 197, Union's mongooso bill,
came hack fioiu (he Senate with
amendments. The House concurred
The Senate IIIII authorizing tho
Maul County bonds in the sum of
ilio.ono, went thioiigh on second
Tho (ioveinoi'8 veto of II. II, 1119,
relating to hunting with lliearuu,
was taken up. Conea, the Introducer
of tho hill, moved that the veto bo
sustained, as tho (ioveinor bail point
ed out derecta in tho hill, tho Senate
hail voted to sustain, and another
bill on the sumo subject hud nlready
patsed the House. The veto was sus
tained. The same action was taken re
garding tho veto of S. II. 7li, lequlr
lug any poison to get tho consent of
tho Supervisors iiofoio digging up a
public strcot or ro.nl.
Action on the veto ut II. II. 31
ml 8. II. P was deferred until Tueu-
TUB DAM MATTKK
The dam matter was taken up nnd
Kulelopu moved that the majority
teport bo adopted. He said ho much
regretted that the report was not con
tldered yestertlay before the appro
pilatlon for the dam was passed. Ho
tlmught the recommendations Hint
tho contract bu cancelled, Hint tho
work bo placed In tho hniids of a com
potent engineer, nnd that the con
tractor bo placed under heavy bonds
should bnve been considered heforo
the appropriation passed, but now it
was useless to talk, and he regretted
that the matter was being cousld
eied. Ilu could see nil real good to
l.e derived from nrgument. It would
only nfford some, members an oppor
tunity to go after some ofllclnls of
Sheldon conceded that It would do
no gooil tn kick at this time.
Pall moved the previous (mention.
Qtilnn objected, saying the question
was nn Important one, anil anybody
who wnnted to talk on It ought to bo
allowed to do so.
Pall couldn't vee any tiso In tr)lng
to shoot nt the place whero a hlrd
had once pctclicd, uftcr the bird had
Itawllns nrguod nt length on his
Hulciiienl that the coat! act could
not he cancelled,
"I doa'l belleo for emu minute,"
ho said, "that tho Uovornmeiit can
tniieel this cnntrucl without a light."
Klu) for the Committee siild that
they fell that If the work on tho
dam were to go along in the way it Is
dragging along now, something must
"It Is better to stop now," said
Klce, "that to go on us we lire. Tint
Is tho reason we felt that a now
Loan Hill should bo put In. If they
were allowed to go on with tho pres
ent Loan IIIII, tho work would go
nn under the present contract."
I KAD I.IK1S I1MND MONKKY8
"Wo have been led like blind mon
keys nnd pulled by the cars, so far
a this report was concerned," said
Pall. VThe. thing was right in front
cf us nnd we couldn't see It. Wc
went to work yesterday anil appro
priated Si:i:,U00 for tho dam, and
tow wo are saying the money can't
bo spent without the cancellation of
tho contract and that the contract
can't bo cancelled. It's strange how
wlso wo get over night. There Is
enly one thing wo can do. I move
Hint wo cull for the return to tho
Iiouso of the Appinprlutlon Hill, so
we can reconsider it with this re
Kulelopu moved that both the ma'
Jorlty and the minority report be
RAWLINS' LKOAI. KYU
Hughes got his chunco to talk at
lest. Ho said that he had not heard
ono nrgument why the report of tho
lommlttee should he tabled.
"Is there a man who does not know
the Intolerable condition of affairs
that exists at tho Nuuunti dam; H
there a man who tines not know that
the people's money has been wasted?
The dam represents u waste of mon
ey; II represents a want of confi
dence, hut It does not represent any
cue thing that Is In the Interests of
"The Nuuiinu dam is like nn Ille
gal female child It has on It the
bar sinister. It was conceived In
Lasto; II was horn In airoganco."
The motion to tahlo the reports
The motion to reconsider tho no
tion on the Appropriation 1)111 was
Pall moved to dofer further con-
cldcr.itlou until Monday. Ho said
there might bo u sprinkle of rain
over night that would start a crop
of new Ideas in tho heads of the
1 Ills motion prevailed.
MQUOR IIIM. RKPOIIT
Itawllns presented the report ol
tlui Conference) Committee on Sonata
IIIII ill. tho Liquor Iltll, which was
(Continued from Page 1)
Mr. Thomas, Mr. Minor, nnd Mr,
Norrls of that committee. The two
former have declined, but I inn glud
to Bay that Mr. Norrls will come.
Owing to tho declination of tho
California Senators, we Invited some
other Western Senators, ns shown by
the list, hut none of them wero nblo
to accept. Tho entire Rivers nnd
Huibors Committee was Invited, but
r.nly six members will be nblo to Join
To replace some other declinations,
wo have invited Messrs. Iloutell, Un
derwood, nnd Ncedham, of the Ways
and Means Committee, but nono of
them has answered as yet. Other
declinations hnvo nlso made it pos
bible to Invito Mr. Stevens, who is on
Why not come out, then, in !
stylish spring suit?
we nave a remarkably tine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to s6
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Aliaita & Co.,
62 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box SSi
Saturday, April 27.
Slmr. Helenc, Nelson, from Hawaii
ports, with 11,930 bags of sugar and
101 head of cnttte, 8:30 a. m,
Sttnr, Ktnnu, Freeman, from Illlo
nnd Hnwall ports, 9:40 a. m.
X Arrived M
Per sttnr. Kitiutl, from Illlo, April
27. John Scott, John T. Molr, II.
Vicars, A. I.lndsny. W. A, Todd, T.
II. Thrum, iM, M. (Irahntu, M. .11. Ja
mleson, C. S. Helm Hz, W. S. Kiiston,
A. It. Monroe, A. Illchlcy, Miss Mo
ilne, II, W. Snow, Mrs. A. S. Inmnn,
h. de Sllvn, Miss Cnnarls, Itev. S. I..
I'esha, W. Motoshlge, J. Yitmaka, W.
Thompson, J. Italc.li, Mrs. M. K. llol
Htoln, 10. M. Campbell, II. Pnlaina,
Mrs. F, A. Amnlti, Mlsi 10. Kuiichnkil,
Mrs. .1. C. Moclne, Mrs. A. It. Monroe,
.Master O. Amnlti, Itev. K. T. Tit, Mr.
Aukawa, Miss J, Hansen, II. K, Pick
er, J. II. Thompson, W. It, Pltlcnger,
C. T. Wilder, C. M. I.ovesto.1, C. Hoy,
II. M. clltlcl, C. I.. Kookoo.
Will MM! IflSH
Tho gunboat Aiinupolln Capl. Clark
commaudtng, will stop at Uiysun Is
land on her way hack from Midway.
This lias been dono at the request of
Hackfcltl & Co. The attention of (he
Secretary of the Navy was called to
the fact that the schooner 1-avlnln,
which should have made a trip to Uiy
sau In February, hail been wrecked nt
WalklUI and that no news had been
heard from Capt, Max Schlemmer. The
Secretary ordered that the Annapolis
call at Ia)san and if necessary leave
(Continued from Pag 1 1
then the fireworks were set off, while
the immigrants cheered.
Father llamon, u Catholic jirliMt,
was ono uf the party and when Inter
viewed through an Interpreter, said:
"There weio some few complaints on
the wuy over but In general the great
est satisfaction pievnlled. The olllcers
of the ship were very kind to us all and
did ever) thing that they could for us
We are glad to gel here nnd I think
that we will all like It ery much In
deed. I expect to sluy heiu and ciiiuj
oer on my own accord, not being sent
by the Church, I hnvo my i.nretits aa.l
brother and Bister with me"
Ucfurn Joining tho Chinch 1'nthi.r
lloniou was n soldier In the Spanish
trmy and served through the lasl rev
olution In Cuhii. He was sent home . u
Kick leavo before tho war with Am.T
et commenced Ho Is n rather hiight
looking man and has the old fashioned
'ourtcsy which U uttriniited to tin, peo
ple of his ll'C
jgg- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
;; n a n ; a a a a a a u a a a a
both the Interstate Commerce nnd
Immigration Committees, and Mr.
French, who Is on both the Immigra
tion and Public Lands Committees.
Our arrangements ure nil made for
the special car and additional reser
vations on (ho Overland Limited, anil
tho railway company hnvo Issued or
ders that our party Is to he specially
looked out for throughout tho trip.
Wo shall mnko every effort to give
our guests a pleiiBaut trip, and urn
suro that you and your committee will
take care of them nfter they nrrlve.
Members who hnvo accepted Invi
tations, Apill 11th: V. P. Hepburn
mid wife, i:. L. Hamilton and wife, A.
I!. Capron and wife, A. L. Ilrlck, wife
antl daughter; D. S. Alexander and
wife, .las. II. Davluson, W. L. Jones
and wife, Geo. L. Llllcy nnd wife. It.
D. Cole, Win. E. Humphrey, K. C. HI
lis nnd wife, Jus. C. Ncedham, J. War
len Kelfer, Clins. K. Llttlelleld. wire
and daughter; James R. Mann, II. F.
Acboson, wife ami daughter; Jas, P.
Conner and wife, Jas. MeLachlan, Ed
win Y. Webb, A. L. Hates nnd sister,
Chas. Mrdavlii, Jos. V. draff, wiro
nnd daughter; Oeo. W, Norrls, Sen
ator Samuel II. Piles.
Invitations now outstanding Rop
lesentntlves llenj. F. Howell, Honry
S. Iloutell, E. D. Crumpuckor, Fred.
C. Stevens, Oscar W. Underwood, llur
ton h. French; Senator Alnnzo Stow
NEW - TO-DAY
All our work is done by hand; no
machines to wear out your clothes,
luin your shirts and destroy your
fine fabrics. It takes more time but
our methods aie the best. J. ABA
DIE, FRENCH LAUNDRY.
Coyne Furniture Co.,