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BVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H , FRIDAY, DEO. 18, 1908.
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Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular, 5
Hawaiian Third Dcflree.
All vtBitlng members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
30 In I. O O. T. Hall. Fort Stieot
K 11. HENUHX. Secretary.
DEN F. V1CKEH3, N. O.
All Milting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Jr --. . .. n. n t ftilt-.l Cl
i jueum vivry mm nuu ..... .
dav centnE at 7 10 in K of 1
CCiner Fcrt and llorctanla. Visiting
brothers cnrdlnllj Incited to attend.
? ti DEERINO, C C,
. J 3 W WHITE, K.K 8.
HONOLULU L0D0E C10, B. V. 0. E.
(Honolulu Lodgo No 01C, II. P. O.
E.will maet in tliclr ball on Kins
Utar Fort Street eveiy Frlda) even
Icir. g l)y ordei f tbi. E it
HENRY C EASTON,
A"WM. 11 MilNERM, E 11
Win. WKINLEY LODGE No.8, KofP.
Moets every 2nd and 4 tli Saturday
evening at 7 30 o clock In K. of 1
Hall, cor Eort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothcis. cordially Invited to at
tend. W L. mAZEE, c.c,
E. A. JAC01ISON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Otrctanlu and Tort 'trects.
Visiting Eagle are invited to at
tend W L rUA7.EE. VT., Trcst.
H '!'. MOOUE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet evory first and third Thurs
day! of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
'dUIlv Invltfd to attend.
A fi AHLEIGH, Sachora
A E MURPHY, C. of 11.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
doi.e by tlia
J J N C H LAUNDRY
ut'i thoir new FRENCH
8.17 &r(t.in.a St
The Rest Whiskey on the Mark.t.
TH0S F McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-103 KING ST.
PHONE 140 P. 0. BOX 755,
irra brand new seven-scater.
101 or 1453 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCIlOil SALE from Saturday,
CtJi, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 1IUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAI1ITIN0.
Office Honolulu Painting Co, 221
Hire St.1 P 0 Bos 914.
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BFTHEL
in Furniture Mattresjei,
All 1 "dn ot K0A and
nJSH.-JRE Made Tr
I U II C H E S and DRINKS
The most popular
place in toivn.
The Fashion Saloon,
Saturday, Dec. 19, 1908
The Woild's Greatest Film
Kilauea In Eruption
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THE HONOLULU SHRINERS
THE ATLANTIC FLEET.
PRINCE DAVID'S FUNERAL.
A Splendid' Series of Foreign Pic-
tures Dramatic and Humorous.
I Admission, 25 and 50 cents; Re
'served Seats, 75 cents; for sale at
lEergstrom Music Store.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ins to view scenes from many lands
Iuliinnd embracing Comedy and Pathos.
lvvo changes cacn weeic.
Monday and Thursday
A Country Girl's Life and Expe
riences; An Amateur Hypnotist;' A
Drummer's Day Off; Different Ways
of Smupclinp! Jealousy, or a Trag
edy of Venice; A Brides Dreams.
Orchestrella Selections: Qirl Ques
tions; Selections; Military March;
jtsi-w C5- rATia jca rwruni - -v -wr
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lehnhardt's CandVj Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
When you lit
us tp make
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If1 yon have a miiihess opportunity
to offer, persist reasonably, in B u 1
letin want advertising it and it
will appeal to the rigkt person.
Watch for" Thurlow'a Xmai Menu.
Mrs. Reams' Mincemeat for Xmas,
Oatiu Lodge No 1, K. of P., v.111
meet In K, Of P. hall at 7l30 this even
ing. Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. CO, for
up-to-dato repairs s t
If you arc looking for any of your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
A pair of gold-rlninied spectacles
li.ie been lost. Howard offered, See
I.oRt-nd. column. '
Thcro will be no rohearsa-! bf Uio
Hjiuphouy Orchestra till the first Krl
day of the new jear. '
Honolulu Lodge GIG, D. P. O. K
will meet in Elka1 Hall, King street,
it 7:30 this evening.
Call at the B n 11 e t i n office and
get a free list of. the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Seize Opportunity- liy the wlilsKers,
j on may miss his coat tails. llu
"Mayflower" stock! Hut It now!
Ride In tho swell Studebaker drhon
b)r the expert cbatfeur, M. T. I.uti
Pbone 181. Iloyol Hawaiian Oarage.
Have your typewriters and machines
repaired at Wall. Nichols Co., l.ld.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Somo of the prettiest Hawaii cal
endars of the season may bo had nt
tho studio of J. J. Williams at rea
Wilson Awn nnd J. Kftulmttknok',
viho took a gun from and assaulted
UelcctHo Collins, this morning had
their cases stricken from tho police
Henry May i. Co, Ltd, hare the
finest line of staple and fancy holiday
groceries that haa been shown here In
years. Tliero Is a big demand for
their superior goods.
The-ftrst nomination ballot for the
candidates to visit tho groat Fair at
Seattle hao begun to arrive at the
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n office. It Is well to got
our names in early and get a good
You can test Jour own llho on' the
t'utomntlc telophono by calling jour
cwnnumbcr. If It is working all rlgh
you will get tho "Ilusy Buiz" (You'll
nlwas get It). Subscribe at Water--house
Trust Co. for n phone.
Steins, decorated Btclns, musical
EtcKliis, seta of pitchers with steins to
match, uohemlan glasswaro singly and
lii sets. Eer thing to make the
Christmas dinner tablo look pretty til
W. W. Dlmond & Co. on King street.
The tariff commission nos received
valuable statements relating to the
local tobacco Industry from Jared
Smith and the bee and wax Industry
Irom the Ueekocpurs' Asosciallon, both
of which have been forwarded to
Acting Attorney General Whitnc?
has rccehed a letter from Attorney
General Heinenway, written from Ver
mont, where the Attorney General
States that fie Will remain, unless tho
dovernor calls Him to Washington, un
til he starts for Hoholdlu again. Mr.
Ilomcnway hopes to be able to return
here by the 28th with his wife arid
Have an Xmas party at "Royal An
Hearings befdro'thfl United States
Commissioner of Ohlro and Isol and
Chlse were this morning continued un'
til Monday. Isol and his wife have at
jet found no one to go their bbud tor
the fourth warrant Bworn out against
them, and they are consequently Ian
gulsblhg In Jail. Joe Kalau, arrested
on a charge of adu'tery, was released
this mornlbg on his putting up bond In
the sum of 1500.
Portions of Handel's Messiah will
bo sung tonight at the Wuhop Memo
rial Chapel, at Kamchainia' Schools,
as n part of' the Founder's Day exer
cises, tho performance" bn account 6f
the limited seating capacity1 of'tno
chapel being a private one tot the
alumni, alumnao and tho few Invited
guests. On tho evening of SuhdaV,
December 27, however, the numbers'
and choruses will bo sung In riublic si
the Central Union church' as a pait'of
the holiday services."
SUP 11 TROUBLE
' in wet
Hound for thlsnort 'ficim Wlti-
morc, Md , laden with coal, the Sow
all ship titrlgo was forced to put into
Itlo de Janeiro In a leaking condl
tlbh, according lb a cablegram ro
celved hire yesUrday. 'The bfrlgu
eulled from ilkltlriiore'on October 28,
and It Is supposed that she hiUst have
run into a hiirrlcand en route.
The Dlrlgo Is well known her,o, hav
Ing paid frequent visits to these Isl
ands. After discharging her, coal car
b iicic, sua win iuku u uargo Ol su
gar back to the Atlantic coast.
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A Most Bzecllant Anortrntnt of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 8. KINO ST, . i VK0NB Wt.
THE BEST "FITTEM.LlJOWril.
h&iiw 4L V
'. Fo!r Grirnln'al Libel
NEW YOIIK. N. Y.. Dec. 17.
the arrest for libel of S. S. Cunalo, president of tho company publish
ing llehrtl's Amerlcilh, the rciitlt Ot nhl ltdtu chittgtng him with being
the original Instigator of peonage.
CHICAOO, III , Dec. 17. Tho peonage ensfe At Bummlt, for which the
HearstMi'ewiipapers'hbld 3. D. Uockefeller responsible, Is being Investi
gated bj the nuthorltles. " ' , '
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il ijta 'jil.i.
WA8HINOTON, D. C, Dec. 17.
elect Taft conferred regarding thcH'nnntntl trip o( the latter lit tho Cabi
net dinner t tho' White House today. ' l
' I 'ill l i Si '
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 17. Congress cnblcd Ha congratulation'
to thtf Turkish Parliament, which was opened by the Sultan today.
INCREASE PRESIDENT'S SALARY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 17. Representative llourne has Intro
duced a bill making the salary of the
Vice President $20,000,
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PUNTA ARGNA.4. rJbutli 'America,
Polar expedition has sailed.
ranrCmi; t w
Japanese Consul General Ujeno
this morning; cabled to Midway, ask
lng"foY' detailed' Information relative
'to' the'jApanesU who were rescued
W Captdln TUld' of the schooner
Klauffcnc'eN'VVttrd. Uyend wants to
fl'hd' out the nalries of the Jarlhnese,
thllr4 'r'esldbmi, Where they enmo
Trbm', the1 name' of the vessel they
came dri?' n'rllPthb master's name!
WWy tlley went there, why they were
left' there, 'Whether they were aban
doned there' hltogether, etc , ttc.
According to Uyeno, It Is his intui
tion to cable to hU homo goernmeht
about the Japanese Inqucsllon.
Uyeno and Manager Qalhes ot the
cable office held a consultation tlil3
morning about the Japanese, na n re
sult of which a cable dispatch was
sent to Midway;
1 am gratified to know that the
Japanese wcrojescued by the Flnur-
ence Ward," said Uyeno this fore-
"I bcllevo they are enjoying
themselves lu Midway Island. It Is
a wonder that they were able to live
as they did such a long period nt
time. There Is no doubt but that
tho Japanese fishermen are husky
dnd strong fellowt). The fart that
they are used to living oh fish was
fortunate fdr them.
"I wouid lllto to kn6w what thoy
went to Hermes reef for, and I am
expecting to receive an answer from
Midway Island today. It Is necessary
that I should know their names In
order that, I may communicate with
their parentB, as well as the home
The supposed engagement ring re
cently sent to Miss Catherine Elklns
has been appraised by custom officials
as worth $11.75, Instead ot fSOOO. It
was seemingly sent by sumo Italian
Hearst party national committee
man and Slate Treasurer for Ohio
decamps with funds 'of thp League.
mil is introuuecu in senate to te-
Instate two West Point iadets dis
missed for hazing,
t .' ,""" 'iL'.juigar
A pair of gold-rlmrded spectacles. Re
turn to this offtco fot reward.
Ladles' umbrella. Finder return to
Ilulletln office "and receive reward.
Puree containing $12G. Reward
returned to Ilulletln office.
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Ant-proof let, meat sates, and 1 flat
top debk. Apply 1183 Alakea.
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A FINE. LINE OF
Book Cases and Filing
. LOOSE-LEAF DEVICES
Office SuddIv fo.Xtd.imoawB'iSS5B&BOAt
viiivw yuppsj vv.,Li.U.l AND MACHINE W0HKB
831 FORT ST, t
...dskKtfc .jAt.-Afca.iL.4t .iWAi. ,
John D. Uockefeller Jr.
President Iloonevclt nnd President
President 100,000. nnd that of the
SOUTH POLE ,
Dec. ifi Tint KrenCh South
SAY CRAWFORD WAS
E. M. Watson nnd Wndo Warreu
Thayer, attorneys, 'lave filed the an
swer of Joseph J. TVrn In the matte!
of the contest ot his election as May
or of the City and County of Honolulu,
mid haw. In almost every particular,
denied the allegations contained In the
petition for n recount. Especially no
ticeable Is tho denial that any Crooked
work was done by Willie Crawford in
his election precinct. It is slated in
the answer of the respondents thai
Ctawford was a legally appointed offi
cer of the election precinct and that
ho therefore had the perfect right to
go "behind the bars" where thu voting
was taking placo.
A fight will undoubtedly be made
again on tho Jurisdiction ot tho Court
In thU matter, for tho allegation is
made in the answer that not one nf
tho thirty petitioners wero duly quail-
"-'l voters in nny ono election precinct
tccordlng to tho Municipal Act, and
mereiore wio court was ucprne.i m
Tho respondent avers that tho thirty
petitioners for tho contest wero not
qualified electors of nny election dla
trlct within the meaning of Section C9
of the Legislature's Act Incorporates
the City and County of Honolulu. It
is denied that dll tho votes cast for
Lano wero not counted for him. Tho
leBhondent alleges that the Court Is
without Jurisdiction to try tho peti
It la di'hled on Information and bo
lief Hint Willie Crawford's tally sho9!
was fraudulently tampered with. Ite
tpondent says that allegations of pelt
doners aro not entitled to considera
tion of the Court ahd ard scahdalous
and Impertinent. Respondent further
alleges that a largo number vpf voles
properly marked tor Fern werd Illegal
ly caat out by inspectors.' '
FOR MAKING NOISE
Uecauso Wa Hung Glng made nois
es which disturbed him when he
would' fain sleep, Hung' tow carved
that gentleman'up ao baMlylast night
that the noisy gontleman had to be
taken to tho Queen's Hospital for re
pairs. The affair took place In a tenement
house on L'lllha street, where the
two principals In the drama occilpleft
adjdlntng rooms. " HunV row ex
plained 'to 'Hie 'police that he was 'a
I '1"rd;W0,;,"1nK man nnd tliat lle nee
6d his night's rest. Wa Hung Qlni;
Was, however, In tho hublt of making
yery ciu.er noises while ho wns comb
ing his hair nt night, and Hung Pow
finally became .to exasperated that II'
broke Into his loom nnd put a few
holes In his neighbor.
Incidentally, the police found ttto
wounded man's rodm to be a perfect
warehouse, filled with all kinds ot
miscellaneous articles, and the ownet
is no suspected of having 'accumu
lated them In an illegal way.
Intor-Island and O. It. & L. shipping
Looks for sale ut tho Bui lb tin
office, DO each.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
WnlUfln Edifm-Inl Honrrt Phone 185
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foof-MotonIuneh with 4-Oycle
I Kins St. opposite South St.
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IN FOREIGN P0RT9
Friday, December 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec Hi.
8. 8. Siberia, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed. Dec. 18!
8. A. Alaskarl, for San Francisco.
"The school work" this year hai
been more satisfactory than thnt of
any preceding jcar. The fnculty la
more even and level in list standard,
and, in general, the school Is' pros
perous in its work." Ai r. arimths,
President, Oahu College.
In the beautiful and artistically
decorated assembly hull of Oahu Col
lege the Chrlstmns progriihi was ren
dered this morning in tho presume
tit a representative audience Tho
hall was taxed tn Its utmoU capacity.
The1 decorntlona welo ilrrahged by
Douglas Damon nnd Annnbclle Low.
The program started with n Festi
val March on the nrgnn, by Mli
Margnret E. Clarke. Ml.i Alice Rog
ers, musical director of tho College,
led the choruses nnd solos with nlucH
(.race. The College faculty and truster-!
nre fortunate In securing her
services, MIsh Caroline L. Sheffield,
the planlsle, won the admiration of
the audience." Mrs. llruie MoV. Mae
Lai!, whose singing I well Known to
Honolulu 'music-lovers, nsslsted inn-
terlally. -She wns received wllli pro
longed appause. The cxcicltics
throughout were evcllent.
Tho exercises of Hie Puliation Pie
paratory School commenced early In
the tnornlnif nnd nt 11 S 10 thu Col
lege exercises started. The Iiojh' chu
ms of tho Preparatory was very pop
ular. The school will have u vacation
of three weeks hhtl will reopen Jan
Following are the programs of the
College nnd Preimrntory:
Orgnn, "Festival Murth" ....
Chorus, "Thcro Wero Shep
herds" , Iluclc
Reading, "Hjinn of the Nutlv-
Mm lei How.itt.
4. Chorus, "DamasLus" Costa
fi. Solo, "Fear Ye Not, O Isi.icl"
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6. Organ, "Overture to Lohengrin"
7. Chorus, "Largo" . . i
8. Solo, "O Holy Night'
!t. Chorus, "llethleliein"
. . Adam
Choi us. "Hark tho Herald Angels
Reading, "In the Signal Ilox",.,-...
Do Witt Alexander.
Chorus, In) "Hear the Chimes;
(b) "Chilstmns Caiol"
Recitation. "Santn Clans' Middle
Anthem, "(link. Hark, My Soul".,
Recitation, "Tho Kittens' Christ
mas" ' Winifred Ilrovvn.
Chorus, "It Came Upon the Mid
night Cleai" Willis
Recitation, "The llojs' Post Pian-
. dlul Chont"
Chorus, "Chrlstmus" lt Adam
Seventh nnd Eighth tirades.
Recitation, "Scaling Santa Claim".,
Anthem, "Ihe lllithdaj of a King"
Chorus, ' O Comu All Yo Faithful"
The Chambor' of Commerro has ro
celved a letter from the Hugh 11. Itlco
Co, general steamship agents of Los
Angilos, stating that It will soon send
a party of tourists to Hawaii. The
letter reads lib follows:
."Wo Intend making an effort to
work up a personally conducted party
ot fifteen people from Los Angeles In
Honolulu If we are successful, the
party will lcavo Sail Francisco on tho
itcamshlp Alameda, Januaiy 30, 1909.
"We will appreciate It. if vou will
Kindly advise use of cost ot automobllo
trips about the island, also any Infor
mation that will bo of seivlco to us
National Liquor League denounces
nntl-saloon "cult" nnd legislation
against trade, ' ,
L. ,-e2n. ft, e
' rrldny, December 18.
Stmr Llkellke, Nuopuln, fiom Ha
waii, 4: 15 n. m.
Friday,, December 18.
T. K. Kr S. 8. Tenjo Mam, Uent,
ror Yokohama, 0 n. in.
T. K; K. Tenjo Marti, lleilt, for Yo
Vohamn. U .10 a. in.
Hi mr. Claudlue,, Ileum It, for Maul
nnd Molnkal ports, D p. m.
Pet Htmr. Clniidlne, Hennett, Tor
Maul and Hawaii, Dec. 18, fi p. m.
Ernest Ilnldwln, Alfred Mansen, Mrs.
Knthorlno Smith, Mrs. W. O. Smith,
Miss Roso Peck, Miss Plercev Mrs
Taylor MIsb D.'TnjIor. Miss M'. Tn
lor, Miss Heen Otbb, Annie Hocking,
Chns. flay nnd fntnlly, Mrs. J. I) Mc
Donald, Miss Iliinihorn, Miss E. Chal
mers, Miss Edith Baldwin, Miss Lulu
Low, Julia Dates. C. W. ll.ildwlu, D.
Si Wadsworth, William Hansen, Mr.
MrCoj-, A. C. Mnly, A. Tnylor, Sydney
Jockltis, Chlng Sin, (1 Dunn, T. Hen-
illng, Miss L. Molr Miss F. Molr, MIih
roirest. O. Molr, Miss a, Ro3ecniiis,
MIsh (tncndoltno .locklns, E Hcde
maun, Herbert llcrg, P. (1. Wilghtson,
W. Hnla, Miss (Irten, Miss A. Hoso,
Miss E. Drown, Miss Marshall, Mrs.
Oeacon, Mrs. C. O. Hottel. Miss Cur
tis, Hitchcock Ikih (3), It. Lucas, J.
II. fluard, Miss M, Knuhane, Hro.
(Continued from Pare 1)
I mall cups of tho Hawaiian coffeo fren
of charge, have n regular booth for
the purpose, ami at tho same time,
perhaps sell smalt tell cent packages
uf the Knun and other varltlps for ad
Raw biown Migm from Hawaii
than which there Is no bettor to en
hance tho ilnvor ot coffee, will also bo
hcrvod with the "sinall hlicka," nnd
this feature In Itself will provo n de
tided Innovation, nnd K-iuiild add con-
cldefuhh to the advertising value of
(he booth to Hawaii. It is planned to
have tho coffOe dispensed by n couple
Of Hawaiian tnnldeiiH, It possible.
That the "Albatross,1 tho official
craft of the Fish Commission, may bo
secured to transport nn exhibit of col
ored null from Hawaiian waters Is now
almost assured. Chllds received an
tncournglng letter jesterday from tho
Fish Commission nt Washington, stat
ing tha tthe boat Is nt present In tho
Philippines, nnd that It l3 planned to
have It letiirn about tho first of July.
This dale, however, would bo too lato
In suit tho purpose of Hawaii, and con
lequcntly nil elTort will be made to
have tho Albatross let urn by this way
cine mohlb earlier so as to arrive hero
about tho first of June.
This would give plonly of tlmo in
which to got the fish exhibit In Scatllo
for tho Exposition A letter w,ib nlbn
iccclved from Assistant Secretary bf
the Interior Wilson In which ho states
Hint ho will do everything In his pow
er to further the Interests Of Hawaii
nt the Fair.
WORK FOR HAWAII-SAN PEDRO
(Continued from Pare 3)
and Its chief oxpoits aro sugar, ba
nanas and pineapples, Railroad ties
nre also now being brought from then)
in largo numbeiH by thu Sinta Fe,
Thcro nre Bald to be 120 business
firms In Los Angeles nnd the surround
ing teirltory who tiiulil i ell 'goods lo
Hawaii If this city had rates on a par
with Sail l'rancleco, nnd on many lines
of goods It Is assorted that Los Ange
les can undersell other cities.
Imputteis of tropical fruits hero nn
Investigating tho facilities foi obtain
fug pineiijiplea and 'Julianas dliect
from Hawaii, both for supplying tho
local trade and that further oast. Ha
nanas ror the East nnd Middle West
are now Imported from tropical coini-
tiles through gulf ports.
To stimulate export nnd Imioit
Hade through San Pedro harbor, the
Poll Lake railroad recently Instructed
the Transcontinental Fielght Uureaii
lo publish a tariff making East San
Podici a teimlna) point for both oxport
and trillion trade fin Ilnvvnll. TIiIh
torlrr has not jet lit en published, but
prolmbl) will bo houii, '
Tho Salt Lake has published a tai
Iff, howeveV. making Hast San Pedro ,i
terminal point on Imports from tho
Orient, Including Japan, China, tho
Philippines, Australia and other Orl
i ntal countries. Tills tariff is effective
but lias not jet been used, but prtib.
blj will be when tho M, S. Dollar nt
rives fiom tho Orient with n cargo this
IF YOU WAIT ''for the' serious
trouble with your eyes, you will take
the serious consequences.
Come to us with the first symptom.