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DULLCTIN PUOLIOHINC. CO., LTD.
WALLACE n. FARRINQTON
Knii-rnl ni thr I'liHiollie at Ilnno
lulu an sccolid-cliu .natter
Payable In Advance.
I'cr moiilli, anywheip In tl. S..
l'cr iiuartcr. anywherp In t S..
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Six mcnllis $ .60
I'cr ear, nn where In U. S.... 1.00
Per oar, postpaid, foreign 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit.)
C. H. 110PKPS. Huslness Manager
r,f tho ltullctln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, oil
oath deposes and sns: That the fid-
lowing Is a true and correct state -
ment of the circulation for the vviwk
ending l-rldnv. Ap.ll LOtli. ion,, or
the Dally and Weekly .lidltlons of the
Uvoulng rtullctln: I
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Saturday, Apr. 20 2G10
Monday, Apr. 22 WiV
Tuesday. Apr. 23 2410
Wednesday, Apr. 2-1.
nM,.tlnn nf W.H V.nllpMn
Tuesday. Apr. 23. 190" 2613 '
Number of weeklies delivered on I
Island of Hawaii alone . ...1171
Combined Runrar.tccd average ,
nULLiri'lN PUULtSllINn CO, LTD,
by C. (1. I10CKUS,
Business Manager. '
Buhierlbed nml aworn to be-1
fore me this 27th da of
ViipII Anno n.imhil .
P. II. UUIIXKTTK,
Votary Public. Vlrst Judicial Circuit.
TUKSDAY AI'RIL 30. 1007.
- ' ;;
Wlien It comes to ibe leal work of
Kuroiieaii Imuilgiailon put down the
names of Dillingham and Itoynl I).
Meade. Von may hear otliera talk
louder but 'twas ever thus.
Score one for the Senate. It Btop
icd shott of committing the great
Isn't It about tune for the Hono
lulu end of the Congieaaionul unler
talncis to begin to move?
Those speaking up first nra not
likely to be tho ones wanted on tho
Job or grantine Hnuor Uconses under i
tho new law.
Is It to be that just as Honolulu
gets the steamer tor which It hu
been crying, the knockers get out
Coffee uxpeits to look aiound Ha
waii aro welcome ll that s needed
hero Is a fair tariff pioicition for
American produce .
Now Is the time when meaauros
put In iHte for polltluil etf.-ct quletb
go to the waste-basket, to leappe.ir
vhen the election neaia.
Harney Jciv was effective In nil but
one fatettil Inning Ab soon as h
nctaover his homesickness, he'll con-
nuor the one and pull through nine.
Taking it "by mid large" the (lov-
emor mid thc Irglslulors hnvo done a
pretty good Job. They would him)
to wenk bard to ruin It. even nt this
- Luropuau nations are running
clo-ie second to Cent nil Aineilca f,r
I evolutionary oiitbieakh. and the
i-ealo much higher In the number of
lives It costs.
John Hughes got the llotike to ud
vocato oveithiowlng tbo dam co'i
tract, "If posBlblo". Now, (lovcinoi
John, tho coast Is clear. Show 'em
how It's to bo done
Dr. Waysoti believed It more bon
nrabln to fate defeat at tbo hands of
li posslhlo stampeded Senate rather
than lie scaled out by the ora of folly.
The lesult speaks for itso'f.
Queen Llliiioknliinrs Invitation to
tho Territorial legislators wus a very
grnrlnus act and Is a good expression
of tho kindly spirit that pervades Ha
waii, onco deeply stirred by bitter
Senator llwaelden says ho bellnvcs
III Count Hoaids or I'Miirallou. The
l.ullctlu ii K loos wlib blm. Hut what
has the Senator and his Republican
ColloiimicH done with the measure
creating County Hoards, to which thc
Tarty pledge was given?
Had the Governor been morp tclf-
contalned In expressing his pleatuie.
the piospect for making his veto of
tho giab bill stick would huvo bren
greatly Improved. A few words as
well left unsaid mado It stick lu thu
nop of tho leglslatois, mid iiiillllled
the oxcellcnt sensu shown in ivfuslng
to ult;u thu bill. '
THAT OARTKR-JAMNHBE DENIAL.
Ihh i it .iIhiiiI time to quit denying
ii I'ii.mvIpw given bv Governor Pn
i mi i he Jiiuin marriage bust
I'm In llie present tile UullHn linn
in. nl no comment an what was, to
piiv the least, a thoughtless anil un-
"nrtitnnte remark by tho Governor
nut there I n limit to the amount nl
misrepresentation to whirl) nrvvsna-
iei men allow their agents to be buu-.
Governor Partor gave the Interview
and he was quoted In his oxacl word, .
Two men whose word will ho taken
i nnv fwttii. nf fl, iwHIiilfv mn lunl.n !
' " " "" .,.., i ... ,mv
affidavit to tho fact.
Thn, e made break for which It
nua nflei-WHrda necessary to offer
wime excuse la not sufficient ground
for ccinstnnth ringing the chnngpa on I
i thp old nrn that the reimrtera either
I misquoted him or violated hia nun-
only (lod Almighty enn chnnge the J
fucl ,nn, Ca,.tcr ni(1 wlll 1L. , ,
L,ot,nl I1S ,mnB, nn,i B,rnl ,u,.'
,wlI8n,l011 ts not nkcl.v to be granted I
.n ,,, rn j
1 The Individual who thinks thnt the
i, ,.,,, k ,,,,. h) ,,. novcrnor would!
,,,,,1,,. or bic.ik hi in merely duplicate
,,. rM ,lll( I1llK n lmr I)t ,).,,
NO METRIC SYSTEM.
ltcfumil of the Hrltlsh Parliament
n adopt the metric Hjstcm of weights
i.nd nicasuie8. following an It does a
Mtnll.ir refusal of the United States
Congress, Is accepted by oven the ad
vocates of tho change as n final dp-
" "l "" "" "H ""-' l"'-iu Ki'iieniuun
,. ,,";ll",0,,,, "r tnu!nu"is f'""lc ;''
,h" l,ni. l" 7 ", ?T?,'l , , I'
'" '' ' "n . which
Is con.ddered a sufilclen majority to
l'l a ll'tu on tne nglt.itlon. The
Iharinaeertlc.il Urn In lonimentlng
"n "l0 subject given a valuable In-
B,Blt ll110 w""t t,lu il'.mgo would
have Involved. It loinmenls us fol-
"The inelrlc system lins ndvantngcil
'" ,no mcasuroiuont of drugs mid in
lontlllr work, but theio cue an
'man dlsinhanlngcs lu tho ninller of
hanging nnllnnnl standards Hint the
fvstem seems tn bo still far in tho
ture In Its chances of becoming n
, uulveisnl standard. In Kugllsh -
I iealtlug countries tho entire fabric
of official property records would
hnvo to be reconstructed anil lnestl-J
limbic trouble would follow an en-1
torced application of the metric ay-'
tern In the sales of real estate, while'
the vnlu- of millions of dollars Invest
ed hv mnnufiictiirera In gauges, lathoi
end machinery of every description
would be destroyed,
tho metric a; stem
This Is because
In Its divisions
rioea not work synonymously with I
tho l!nirll.1, nr,l f.i. n.,,1 Incli , !
their sub-dlvUlomi. Anyhnd.v who j
h g,11(cil tu offoeu (,r tho nro-l,,e
1 oted I
Innovation from u ,,rm.,Pal rnluu n.imea: A. Zalilan. Paul Id
lilt cannot fall to realize thcl'f' ,!r"' N' ..Ijl,.a.1' .l:'. K,li" nrt
trouble that would imult from nn en-i
f rciHl application or the metric sys
tem nt this time In uuy country cili
vervlng the Lngllsh code of mensuic
nieuls "Theoretically, tho metric system
l as n greut uiuny advantages over
I lesenl nietimils, nud If It could have
been put Into International operation ,
" wMitury or moro nyo. most peoploj
' "ld 1,l,lk Vm current methods of
nieiisiiiomeiit as crude, cumbersome.)
"'",1 1 nnt barbaric, but tho old say-
lug that custom makes law U nppll-i
cable In this consideration of syi-,
tenia, l-'oriutiiituly there Is no ob-,
lection lo the uso of cither system
,''' pharmacists or others ungaged In j
pharmaceutical or scientific Imiuli'jJ
j If tho metric system Is nppmcntly'
' '' ' advaiitageoiiB It can bo used. u I
IT C6MPANV. . f I
Heal Estate Dep;t,
Bcrctania Sheet $40.
Bcretania Street $10.
Kinij Street $27.50
Nuuonu Street $50,
Thurston Avenue $10.
Wilder Avenue S10.
Gulick Avenue $35,
Pensacola Street $25,
Wilder Avenue $15.
Lurmlilo Street $30,
viluer Avenue $45, ' fics g()C
Kinjr Street $40.1 "
Lililm Street $40. 'FLOWERED WASH GOODS,
Ulakiki District, College St.,
7-joom bungalow, not a
Eight lota 2 3-4 acres in Kni-
muki trncl, all cleared and
fenced . . ... $2100
Also, lots in Manoa Valley, Fuunui ,
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant Sts
'-TRENT & CO.
To Let Furnished
3 bedroom liouso 111 Mnklkl
district, mosquito proof, gas,
completely furnished $33.00.
At Wntklkl, S bedrooms fCO.
4 bedroom bouse In (own, cor
ii' r King ami lllcbnrds streets,
completely furnished. every
thing la bel or condition.
Small cottage In rear. Also
sen nuts' quaKers. $0", 00.
TRENT & CO.
also can tliu tingllsh sstcni of mean
tileluelitH bo applied.
"The time seems a Ioiir way In the
fiiluro when the iiihocales of the met
ric Hvitcin can win Some of them
tiy to compaie their cause with that
f eslabllshliiK standnid time thtoimh
out thc coiuitry. but there Is only
one point of resemblance between the
two movements while there arc thou
siiiulH of dissimilar aspects to the two
cases. In phslcnl effort the adoption
of standard lime leiiulied merely the
hiinge of tlenipleccs thioughoul tho
tountrv to loiiform with the new
tnndnrd a tnmpaintiwly slmplo
and easy mattei and people ate,
did business and slept us before.
With the metric sjstcnt the whole
faint" of business would be distill bed
and new records would huvo to be
:reiaied for oeiy plcre of pioperty
I m uw couuiry. which wouio lie oiuy
I one of ninny Item'- The amount of
ork entailed would be iippalllngTho
i eject Ion or the metilc sysletn hv
fu-'both the t'nlteil Stales mid the Unll-
"d Kingdom means that Its use will
' 1 ne to be coiilliied to iiuollleial and
I wlentlllc pursuits for .veais to coaic."
KOORAY FOR IRELAND
IWatcrvllle (Me.) Sentinel
V.'e Ilnd by icference to the Hono
lulu Kvenlng Hull, i ill. an exchango
which wv ii.wa.vs iwid with gicat In
icicst. that SI. Piitrul.'s day was cel
ebrated In due form In Honolulu by
n concert lit SI. Louis College hull.
'"" "' "" ' i"
" '' 'S..eiltl.llly II I'ilCO of llllltll lllld
rl.. . ..... . I.. .1.... ..i.- 1-1..1.
Among the slugeis we no-
"l0 '"""wlnB distinctively Hi-
Wouldn't that tako you
buck to the old country?
lllank bookB nf all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by tho Hullctln Pub-!-flilng
THURSDAY. MAY 2
, At 8 a.m.
LADIES' TANCY HOSE,
JJLACJt AND COLORS,
Hiubroldeied, to clo.se at groat.
1) mimed pilces.
CHILDREN'S COLORED LISLE
1 1,ACE H0SE'
1 mxw' llP'1 "ml 1'1"1'- WBro r'0,'
j to close, 2 pairs 25c.
CHILDREN'S INDIA GAUZE
: vasa twit tfAuxa,
Sizes 10 to :i2. 8 l-:ie to 20o
each, aci'oidlni; to size
INFANTS' WOOLEN GAUZE
SHIFTS. ENGLISH MAKE.
SUrl ,, IS w j, ,.,, ,
All ijiuilltlcH, 8i I'll I yurloty of
i.iliuilia. to eiitnu III 4QJ fHCC
"Whose Sales Are Sales
HOUSE II Willi
!Curre"t Expense And
" Stli Day Afternoon Seislon
Willi the adoption jeslerday after
i ami of the conference reports on tho
two pilnclpnl nppioprl.ttlon bills, the
House piactlcnlly concluded Its la
bors. Theio will be a little mole to
do yet. principally In the way of net
Inn on the vetoes of the Governor,
and there lire one or two unimpor
tant hills not jot passed on to tho
Semite, but these 'arc not expected to ;
lake mucii tunc, nor is tncie inline lo
be any very animated debate on the
etocs. Trimi now on the members
will kill lime and wait for 2 o'clock
tomorrow night to c.ome when the j
legislative session will end.
When tho conference report on the I
Hilary nppioprlallon bill was read.
Kanlho was horrlllcd to discover tlinl
the Item for a bacteriologist and I
l.alholnglsl. which he had so caiefnl-
l knocked out, had been lelnserted. I
He iie.nl had a lit. When lie got
over the (list shock, he made a deter
mined effort to prevent thc adoption
of the repoit and to hold up the work
or the (lovernnienl mid the Legisla
ture by killing the appropriation bill.
He cried for an extra session, so mi
nppioprlallon bill could be passed
which would not contain tills obnox
ious Hem. While most of the mem
bets looked bored mid disgusted, ho
stamped Ills feet and pouiidcd his
desk and filled the air witli discont
Hut It was all to no purpose. Six
of Hie members who usually follow
bis lead voted with him, but tho re
mainder of thoso present voted In fa-
vor of the adoption of the report. Kn-1
leloiu made a sensible speccli lu
which he outlined the illlllculttes that
had been encountered by the Con
feieiice Committee mid told how
clcuc hud been tho call on a hung
Those who voted against the adop
tion of the report were Kanlho, Kn
hana, Kalana, Krouli, Mahoe, Xal-
lima and Nnktilukn.
Joseph's effort to cut Lyderkcr out
of his Job as iTtlil atl.'in nf the Arch-
Ives and to pulylnjnme filend of his
railed, thc C'tjiifeicfiee Cniumltteo
knocking out the mucudment making
the Librarian also Hawaiian transla
tor. Chester Dojle, the crlmliiologlsfor
the Attorney General's Department,
i'lfo wins out oyer his enemies lu tho
Louse, tho item for his salary being
It-Inserted In the hill.
II. II. 2I! the (lovcrnor's leper
bill was icturncd from thc Semite
with amendments. The House ion-
The sumo action was taken In re
gard to tbo (intendments to II. II. 201.
A resolution camo down from the
Senate culling for tho appointment of
a Land Commission to deal with tho
land laws and report to thc i . - x t Leg
islature such changes as It bluill con
cldei necessary. Tho resolution, pass
ed llrst leading.
SI HSTITl Ti: HILL
S II. 117, a substitute bill for oun
vetoed by tho (lovernor, was read
lliioughnut on second reading. Tills
bill gives to tbo County fit) per cent.
ot Hid school, poll, property and In
come tales and of tho Tees collected
lu criminal nisei. Tho Governor
picked some Haws in tho llrst bill.
The Senate bill Is Intended to remedy
thu nmblguln or tho vetoed bill. It
pushed second leading.
STANDARD OIL HILL
Tho nuance Cniumltteo reported
em S. II. 01, tho Standard Oil Hill,
iicommendlng Its passage with
nmeiidmeuiH. The icporl was adop
ted. ItLLIKP HILL I'AILS
Thn Jndl.-laiy Committee made Us
lepoit on II, II. i'.)'J, lo compensate
L'slhnr K. (Inker nud David K. linker
for il.tmngcH resulting from ticspass
es committed by nlUccis of the Gov
ernment or Hawaii under thc advice
mid limit actions or tho Attorney Gen
1'inl of thu Territory and for the re
lief of tho cHtato of A. T. Atkinson,
A. M. Hioivn mid Geo. P. Kamaiinha.
Tho committee felt it Inadvlsnblo
lo iccommuud tho passage of the bill,
mi tho matter Is" ponding before, tho
Tctiltorlal eourls and there is at
pichcut no judgment against the Ter
iltory. The leport was adopted.
cmutLWT i:xpi:.NSi; hill
The Special Ciinfcronro Comnillteo
on II. II. 74, tlio current expense up-1
pioprlatlon bill, reeoiiimended tho
passage of tho bill us amended by tho
Semite, with certain nnioudiiivnts.
The report wus adopted.
Tho muoudinciits reduic tlio total
81,160. Tho $21,000 fin- Govorn
i.umt pliyslilaus was cut out, an this
(.una Item Is Included In thn Tenl
toilal appropriation bill. Thu Asso
e lated Charities was given only $2,
400, half what it was In tho bill as
I assed by tlio House.
The expenses connected with the
viorklug of tlio new liquor law wero
cut ISUOJ); $11,000 wab fcllccd fiom
'the Items for landings nixl wharves,
Onlni celling $2 1,000. Ilnwnll $20.-,
into. Maul $nooo. mill Knunl Ronn
Tlio Semite amendments npprnprl .
iilliiK $ir.oo to imy hclnus ninl pun-
i Iioniinn wore hipped off mill nliio Bliet
ilnn'n Item of $t.;noo for the Will-'
1 Mien river embankment. The lllln!
pilot boat was Riven ?2r,o less than In
The committee knocked out the
S2Q00 Item for the extension nf thc
Waliucn water works, and nlso tin
Hem of $.'000 to (lfiht forest unci
grass fires. The leper settlement
loses the $20,000 for new buildings,
nud the appropriation for the Mnlu-i
Innl lloapilnl, Maul, was cut from
$S00O to K'000. The only boost was
In the crnnt to the Promotion Com
mittee, which was given $0000 In-!
i lend of $5000.
This teport was adoptcil by tho
IIouhc without any debate.
SALAIIV AI'l'ltOI'lllATION MILL
The conference report on the sal-
iii y appropilatlon bill was presented
Chaliman ltlco cxplalnciLth.it It had
been the cause of many a wrangle.
unci not all the members were sati
fled, but It was the best that could be
done Time wbb short and failure to
agree would mean an extra session.
0 moved the adoption nf the report.
Kanlho. of comse, could not lei
tiit-li an oppoitunlty go by to show
,s doimcnee, anil the full incasuio i
Me began by kicking at tho lnser-
t,im r the llcin for bacteriologist and
pnthologlst. "We hno bad a resolu-
tion," he said 'voting n lack of con
f'doncc In thc llonid of Health, and
we go to work and give them it bac
teriologist. What good has all our
tatk done?" ,
He wanted tho repot t committed
In nnotlicr Conference Committee. It
might necessitate mi extra session, hu
said, but he would intlicr have thai
than have this Item go in.
Knullio's satellite, Mahoe, second
ed the motion.
Kalclopu, a member of the Confer-
lice Committee, Hinted that 'this Item
bad been a matter of d I Here nee in
the committee, and It had appealed
last Saturday as If no agreement
could lie leached legardlng It I'res
,,,,,, ,,IlKlllim ,,,, ,,ceI1 ,,,,
to uppear heroic the committee, and
Ii response lo unctions, hnfl iidiult
tcd that the present Incumbent of tho
clllcc ts not a specialist, but has gain
ed his knowledge only through his
experience. A compromise was then
rgreed upon lo the effect that no sal
ary should be paid except to a spe-'
i In 1 1st. This Is Intended to knock!
out -Dr. McDonald. I
Kalelopu's speech was Intended to
t month mattei s over and keep down'
I" ii y sitting opposition to the adoption '
of the icport. In this lie was suc
cessful. Thero vvcie no moro speech
ri and tho report was adopted by a i
vote of 18 to 7.
The amendments nindo by the Con
fcrencc Committee Include the fol
lowing: The total Is raised from $1,712,
1 10 to $1,72.',1S0.
The words "mid Hawaiian trmisbi
tor" in e knocked oul from tho Item
for siilmy of Ai chives Librarian.
'Mils will enablo Lydecker to hold tho
An Item of $2. a month Is inserted
as the salary of Commissioner of lm-i
Tho beads of all departments nro
given $27,' n month Instead or $2!u'
iih In thu bill us passed by thu House. I
'I lui Superintendent of Water Works
mid Sewers Is n new Item Inserted
with a salary of JlTf,.
The $7020 Item for pay of three
sewer engineers Is iimcuded to read
pay of sewer englneeis unci llicmon,
$12,120," thu separate Item of $15 ISO
fc,r satiny of three llicmeu being cut
The Item for pay or three public
mounds Is i educed from $01 SO tol
Tliu harbor master Is given $2K)
In plaro ot $22i. Tliu Superintend
ent of Animal Industry Is given $2fi0.
Thu Land Commissioner gets $2", I
mid the sccictury, sub-agent nud
(lllef eleik $200 instead or $175. j
Tlie Janitors or tho Judiciary Do-'
partiuent get $15 Inbtead ot $!i0. Tho I
hulliu or the Supremo Couit Is cull
1 1 om $00 to $7fi, mill the Pot tug'tieso
Inlerpieter ol tliu First Clicult Is
made to servo both tho Clicult mull
D1.4ttlct Courts nt a salary of $101). j
Cleiks and iuterprnteis of the Ho
nolulu Dibit let Court get n total of
$::i." iiisieiid or $3 in.
A vviioie niincu in uisinci .viagls-1
ttate.i get it reduction of fiotu $. to:
Under tho head of Depaitmunt of
Attorney General thu Item for court
ofllcur Is lelnserted ut $IG0, tliu.i
Ii. living Chester Doyle in his present
Superintendent Habbltt Is given
""'i, $." being uaieil fi om tho $S0
Item for bis stenographer and book
clerk. The: Supoi Intendcnt or thu
IIojh' ludustrhil School Is cut from
$ir,o to $i::n.
Plnkhiil'i gets $27".. An Item ot
Sir.ll ts Inserted for pay of meat In
spector, the milk mid dairy lnxjjc-c tor
I'lilug made separate and the Item lu
diued f i om $17r to $7.1.
An lie in W Incoiteil, "Salary nt bac-'
torlologlst and pathologist, to bo"
paid only to a duly qualified bacteri
ological specialist, $175."
The Government physicians' Item
It ledliced fioiu $28,200 to $20, Out).
Tito Auditor U buiutcd to $27u.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY THoriCAL HOTEL
. t , h'otc, ,- Honolu, that 8erC.c"s on thc American plan.
' AMERICAN TLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American. or Euroncan plan.
H. EEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
.,, , ,; , .tiifft
In the passing show there arc many other young men
who arc dressed ncconliiu,' to the some standard of fash
ion, but somehow thc clotl.es of thii man stand out and
beyond all else.
And that's what we can do for you. We'll guarantee
to make you a suit of clcthes ot a very reasonable price
that will satisfy you immensely. Come in and select your
cloth wc have a large attractive stock of the latest nnd
most exclusive patterns and we'll make you something
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
H . rtfffi Q
n m u
a sift ffiv.r?v 5Sh35' S
IH I UIV It I .i3'WiliT." I
of a fine watcli should not be
left to incompetent mechan
ics. Many Timepieces arc
ruined by unskilled workmen
Don't neglect your watch1
until it is worn out, but bring
it to US today for an exami
nation. WE'LL TELL YOU THE
TRUTH ABOUT ITS CONDI-
n Leading Jewelers.
fte Meal" Department
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 i. m.
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may be arranged.
IN FINE WINES 4 LIQUORS.
PHONE MAIN 308.
Young Man "
Ladic., Look at This
FROM MAY Ut TO Alh
Solid Gold Tops-
-60c per pair; rco-
' ular price, $1X0.
3izo laracr $1.00:
' 5 1. to.
i Gold filled -i
-23 cents; regular price
IN NECKLETS AND GOLD-MOUNT'
ED DACK AND SIDE COMDS.
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT ST.
Wc have marked our Purses and
Pockctbooks and everything In our
Learner uooas away sown.
We havo a nlco lino to select from.
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS or all descrlp.
TOY3 for Dlrthday gifts always on
A Tine Lino of PICTURES.
Tho Place To Go For These Tilings.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Lid
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
125G PORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.
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