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EVENING nUlLETlN, HONOLULU. T. ., rniDAY. FED, 12, 1909,
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery neg.
ular, 5 p. tn.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
ular. AH visiting members of the
OrJeY are cordially Invited to
attend meeting ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovoiy Monday zoning at
7:30 lu I. O. 0. F llnll. Tort Street.
i:. II. HI2NDRY, Secretary.
1 U. WK'KE. N. 11.
All vltltlne brothers ery cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
Jay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
comer Fort and Ilt-retunla. Vlsltlug
brother cordially United to attend.
I". It. NLOKNT, C. C.
U. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODQE 610, B. P. 0. E. !
Honolulu Lodeo No. CIS, 11. P. 0.
E., will meet In tnclr hall on King
near Fort Street ou-ry Friday even
Inrr. Uy ordtr or tho E. R.:
HENRY 0. UASTON,
WM. 11. McINERNY, 12. R.
Wm M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets ecry 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'cloclc In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Iloretaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially luvltcd to at
tend. r. M. Mcgrf.w, c. o.
E. A. JACOIISKN, K. tt. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of ench month at
7:30 o'cloclc In IC. of I'. Hull, corner
Bcrctnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZKD, W Prest.
II. T. MOORK. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n. ARLRiail, Sachem.
A. D. MURPHY, C. of It.
Hapyliyjj.i-wgfwpi I f-j-f-
.The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yonr order for a bos
of Lchiihardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer King and Fort Strcels.
Purest Tlavcr Highest Quality
1 Guaranteed Absolutely Purs.
.CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
1 King St.; P, O.JJox 014.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In tho Harrison Mutual Ileuevolont
Association duo Dec. 1G, 1008, de
linquent .Inn. lfi, 1909. All assess
ments aro partible nt tho Socretpry's'
omco. Knplolanl Uulldlng, King andj
Alalcca Sts I
t .niank books of nil -soils, ledgnrs,
rtq., manufactured by tho Ilulletlni
rubllslilnu Company. I
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will havo a
watch and u pood one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they last
longest. Sold by the
Alexander Young Building.
At a Discount
arc juct as easy to net as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work T do it rieht not cheap,
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIONS attract attention
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, nOTEL YOUNG Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERQIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
' place in to?n.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Tack Scully. Tack Roberts.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN terra yoa.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Best Draught Beer
the Best Whiskey on the Harlot.
rilOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-103 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0, BOX 75.
Fine Wines and Liquors
L0VEJ0Y & CO.. LTD,
002-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
7 Brretania St
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Pnblio; Draws
Mortgages. .Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases,-Wills, etc; Agent to Grant
79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is the best time to find a
high-price customer for your proper
ty; A Bulletin Want Ad. will
Ten good auto hacks. Phone 6.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
Toko jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrrlago Manfff. Co., for
Coat your iron roofs with "Arable."
You will bo surprised 'at Ita cooling
and presorvatlvo properties California
Peed Co.. agents.
On Installments of J per month yon
can purchase n White. Family Rotary
roving machine. Denny ft Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1260 Fort Bt. Phono 488.
Meet your fnends at Boyal Annex.
A bus will run from tho end of tho
car lino to tho Country Club this after
noon. This conveyance should bo a
convenience to the crowd that will
probably go out to tho links.
In two of the tableaux from "Alice In
Wonderland" the iierformers appear as
a pack of playing-cards. Tho Queen
of Hearts In ifcen surrounded 'by her
suite, should "Oft with their heads" 'to
tlrco luckless gardeners, who aro nat
Tho greatest man that this country,
has produced, tho flrst really great'
American born and bred ot our native,
soil, all the virtues of the past embod
ied Into 'a typo ot manhood for our na-j
tlonal character to form Itself upon,
Ibis Ih what Lincoln Is for us. How Im-1
portant It Is, therefore, that every
American' home, no matter how hum.
bl e, should havo an accurate account
of him, Ida M. Tarbell's Lire of Lin
coln at tlrown & Lyon Co., on very
GLEE CLUBS REM
FOR BIG CONCERT
Final Rehearsol Goes
Off In Fine
The dress rehearsal of the Oahu
College Glee Clubs for their conceit
to bo glvo ntomorrow evening In
Chas. R. Bishop Hall at 8 o'clock,
was held last night. Tho program
was run through In fine stylo.
It gives promise of being a musical
treat, for thero Is melody In tho se
lections, which Miss Rogers Is get
ting the clubs to produce, to tho last
measure. Tho solo parts aro well
I taken and tho choruses Join In with
a spirit which makes tho songs go.
The Qlrls' Club has most of the
numbers la Part I of the program.
while In Part II the sccno shows a
college room In which the numbors
aro put In In real glee-club fashion,
Norman Andrcscn In his Japancso
stunt will win applause, while John
Ashley In bis flaming-red costume
will make ono ot the hits ot tho even
ing. This little bit of vaudovlllo has
bien pronounced by those who havo
Fccn It, ono of tho best things ever
put on a local stnge.
Miss Alice Rogers, who Is director
of the clubs, has had much experi
ence In this work. Her work "will
be watched with Interest.
Miss Sheffield, who does most of
tho accompanying, and Miss Clarke,
who assists, are among the best In
the city. Mrs. Ingalls Is directing
the orchestra, 'the music ot which, be
tweens tho acta nnd in somo of tho
lively nccompanlmcnts. Is going to
bn one ot the features of the evening.
NOTHING MG AT
THE POLICE COURT
Thorn was nothing doing at tho
Police Court this morning and up till
1 o'clock no arrests had boen mado.
Tho crowds of visitors for the Lin.
coin celebration have so tar behaved
well and he police have had no work
to do except regulate tho congested
traffic In places. ,
At somo pplnts the officers had
jnl to a difficult task to clear a road
for tho numerous automobiles that
took 'In the exorcises. Still the crowd'
was a good-natured one, and when
they could, moved out of tho way. I
In places It was almost Impossible
to get through tho crush with 'niitos
and tho chauffeurs simply had to
wait wedged In by tho'masa of human
All was taken In good part, how
ever, nnd evoryono seemod out for a
good time, and got It. too.
. ' . Ii
THK TRANSPORT Shorldan and
steamship Asia aro duo to arrivo from
San Francisco tomorrow. Tho Bherl
dan, which loft a day carlior than the
Asia, has. aboard her fhe days' mall.
whllo tho latter has ono day's mall.'
Tho local agents-of -tlm 1'nclno Mall
boat, however, expect tho Asia In to
night. A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
,62 S. SING ST. FH0NE '525,
ITHE BEST "FITTERS" 'DT TOWN,
OF SECRET SERVICE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. ll.-i-Tho 8enato special committee nam
cd to Investigate, the working of ,the .Secret Servlco laws has presented
a report slating that the Administration has not been hampered by tho
limitations placed upon the use of tho 'Secret Sorvlce appropriations by
Congress. The report states that three thousand Secret Servlco agents
aro employed ns Inspectors In the vailous branches of tho Government
and to enrry bh Investigations undot' these departments.
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'TURKISH GOVERNMENT FACES CRISIS
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Feb, 11. Tho now Turkish Govern
ment Is facing a serious crisis as a result of the removal from office by
the Sultan of tho Ministers of "tV"nr ami Marine, tho removnl being follow
ed by tho resignation, In protest, of the Ministers of Justice, Interior, nnd
Flnnnco. ' v
THIS IS LEGAL HOLIDAY
WASHINGTON, D. t, Feb. 11. Tho President hjs carried out tho
wish expressed In tho Joint Resolution of Congress that today bo set asldo
as a public holiday In honor of tho hundredth anniversary of tho birth of
Abraham Lincoln, and today Issued a proclamation to that effect.
- - KINO ALFONSO TO PORTUGAL
MADRID, Spain, Feb. 11. King Alfonso left today for Portugal,
where ho will visit with King Man trcl.
GREAT LIBERATOR IS
HONORED BY CHILDREN
(Continue from Prn I)
waving trees, the hursts of music ns
the 7S0 children ot tho Honolulu pub
lic schools raised their oIces lu the
solemn strains of "The Star Spangled
A great bank of scats had been
reared at tho point of the Goro for
tho school children, and It was horo
that the crowd gathered, the biggest
crowd that has been seen on the
streets of Honolulu In a long time.
Ending their march through the
streets at this point, the soldiers, cav
alry and Infantry, were massed In
solid ranks In front of this stand,
where they stood nt nttentlon or at
ease, according to the urusquo com
mands of their officers, throughout
the duration of tho Impressive cere
monies. And on the tiers of scats, some In
tho shade of 'tho leafy monkcypod
trees, some In the full glare ot the
bright sunlight, were gathered tho
children of the public schools ot tho
city 750 of them, the girls In puro
whlto being by far tho most iiumer
ous. On n separate reviewing stand
Ir one corner of tho grounds wcro
tho Governor and his staff, while on
all sides, pressing lit as closely M
the police and the serried ranks of
soldiery would permit, was the popu
lace of Honolulu In all Its varied cos
tumes and colors nnd all vicing with
each othor as to who should bo most
enthusiastic In tho demonstrations ot
The program was an excellent one,
and, on account of tho many nation
alities participating, absolutely
unique To the tourists mingled with
tho crowd It must havo scorned moro
than odd to see the sixteen littlo
girls from Pohukalna school, all drp's
ed In white, bare-legged, each carry
ing nn American flag, and combining
In their numbers Hawallans, Chinese,
Japancso, and Portuguese, march up
onto the platform nnd go through the
varied figures of a flag drill without
hesitation or mistake. This was
probably the most Interesting nnd
well-performed number on tho pro
The oxorclscs commenced with the
singing by the children of "The Rat
tle Hymn ot the Republic." Moro
vim was put Into this than Into somo
of the other songs and the effect was
Mrs. L. L. McCandlohS, In her usu
al oxcollent manner, read from "Tho
Perfect Tribute" which was publish
ed In one of tho big mngazlnes, a eti-,
logy ot the first martyr President
which found its response in the henrt
ot every ono gathered thero who
claims American citizenship.
Following this camo tho singing by
the children of "Home, 8weet Home,"
HENRY MAY &
nnd, then the flag drill by the sixteen
lllttln tftrta nf lnhlikntnii aMmnl.
"Our Cauntrr's Plst" ws. next
Country b King was
sung by tho children, led by Mrs. A.
I). Tucker, and then thero filed up
upon tho platform tho color-bearers
of tho United States troops, who
formed In line across tho platform
with the flags. Vaughn McCuughcy
took his place upon the platform
fnclng tho tiers of scats, and raised
his hand. Like well-drilled soldiers1
tho children arose nnd gnvo the sa
lute to tho Flag as it can be given
only by the school children ot Ha
waii. Remaining standing they sang
"The Star Spangled lianncr," while
the roldlcrs stood rigidly nt ntten
tlon and the omccrs, on foot and
horseback, drew their swords and sa
luted the colors.
For tho most part, the hats of tho
men In tho crowd came off with n
Jerk w'hon the first strains of tho Na
tional anthem arose, but ninny of tho
Japancso did not understand. Sever
nl cnthuilatslcnlly patriotic Ameri
cans In the crowd took it upon them
selves to impart patriotism to tho
littlo brown men and proceeded to ,
yank tho top-pieces off those nearest
them. Tho Jnpancso took It ns a good
Joko and passed It on, each one whoso
lint bod been forcibly removed
snatching off tho sky-plcvo of the
next son of the "Mikado.
Tho singing of "Tho Star Spnnglcd
lianncr" concluded tho exorcises, the
big crowd breaking up ns n llono -
i . . , (.ii
juiu crown noes. ino Miiiuorn
marched oft first nt tho cruff com-
mands of their officers, nnd thon the
1 1 i i
(Continued From Pace 1)
dines In a box. Fully halt an hour
before tho ndvanco guard of tho pro
cession was due, every desirable lo
cation had been filed upon nnd tha
Into arrivals were looking In vain for
Rut for tho cordon of troops nnd
pclce which surrounded the Govern
oi 's stand, It would havo been Impos
sible to keep that space clear. Fvcn
brass buttons and shining side-arms
had no terrors for tho eager crowds,
and soldiers and policemen camo in
for a generous supply of jostling.
When tho oxorclscs on tho platform
In tho park started, thero was a con
certed movement toward tho speak
ers' platform. Tho ciowd was deter
mined to get ns ticnr as possible, nnd
for n few minutes It looked ns though
tho guards would bo forced back bod
ily. They managed to hold their
ground, however, ami the ceremonies
wcro proceeded with, without any In
mere ueing no soiinumg uoaru
hack of the speakors. It was difficult Ungcs, C enses eggs, 2 enso water lent
for those on tho outskirts of tho crowd ons, 2 barrels' water lemons, 85
to hear much of whnt was colni- on. Imnelii.H lintinnnn 70 i,lfr.nu i,,,. in,,,.
nnd, In consequonco. tho unfortunate
Tho Old Roll Cow, with a Sob nnd n Sough,
Said, "Really, It beats 'Darnntlon!'
"Why! my Latest Calf Pas?od mo Up with a Lnugh
And asked to bo fed 'Carnation'!"
, : ' :. 1
is almost as rich as cream, Wth a flavor that recommends it for tabic
uk in Tirefercnce tq all others.
When used in the cooking it saves shortening and adds a richness
and a wholesome quality that are delightful. Try.it next time you order
. r-- "
1" in FOREIGN PORTS I i ARRIVED I
Friday. February 12.
IIHEMKHTON Anlveil im-Ii. 12,
I! H. N. T Supply, hencu Feb
Thursday, February 11.
VICTORIA ArrIoil Feb, 10:
S. S. Miirnma, benco Feb. 2.
Call on Dr. Rowat and look up his
horse, harness and surrey for sale.
Sealed "tenders for tho construction
of a one-room school house nt Ananoi
Kauai, nro called for by tho Depart
ment of Public Works,
As the Island Fruit Co. mnkes tho
shipping of Hawaiian fruits to tho
.n, tltotp Attnfilnlll It will tin til thn
I .iwdi iiivii d.v j, "
Interest of prospective shippers to con
sult them. ,
For a really good soda, try asking
for a "Lover's Delight" or n "Pineapple
I Snow" ut the Alexander 1 onng unto. t
, Their sodas are always refreshing nnd
Our coat sweaters nre Just the thing:
for tho outing mini or for lounging at
home. Comfortable, handsome, nnliliy.
Prices from S3 to J... Silviis Togwry,
Klne near Fort street.
Tho best coal and finest dry and so:i
honed nhln and nlnnrnlM stovo wood
delivered promptly by the Union-Pacific
Transfer Co.. 122 King street,
iibnnn 1S. Satisfaction guaranteed
Tho first steit on the mad to surcessi
Is tho acquisition r the saving linbll.
Get one of our handy banks and beg.n
saving today. We pay 14 per cent o.i
savings deposits. Hank of Hawaii.,
pictures fur yourself of the
Floral Parade, this year, lnl'id of
buying them. They nro much more
Interesting, that way. Look over our
lirgn stock of fine Kodiks. Honolulu
r f it f it ii it
late arrlals tried their best to imsli
In past the moio fortunito oifcx hold
ing vantagu points.
Those uhu bud taken tho pieciutlou
to arrive enrlv nn the ziutiud. had no
Intention of losliv; the Hulls of their j
forethought, howeer. mid ilie J-isllIng
multitude In lh rem- did not miiinmo
to brenk through Into the coveted tor-
I Tho trolley cars were crowded uury
'frit liikt luifnr.i timl nttor lln, iiit..,tit
'and other ceremonies, and the cabmen
'dld n thriving busltiess. There was
uon piul 1' .'tt.mi 111 Vulitnlit tit Im urn it t
"-" -..- ......... "T"
an.ll.ur? ."" l,,' .Hllw:t'!- UVI'
mobile's, being chartered for a journey
or n row blacks.
Tourists, who havo lately ai rived
here from the mainland, commented
freoly upon the eaglierncss of tin- Ho
nolulu folk, nnd tho street cmwds evi
dently mudu u strong Impression on
Hut, with nil the crowding, there was
no loss of good humor. It was a good
natured crowd everywhere, and, though
somo folk showed scant thought for
tho comfort of others, thero was noth
ing vicious In their actions.
Ono of the noticeable fentuies In
connection with tho parade was that
so few peoplo broke through the
marching column. Though, lu most
mainland parades, the police nro kept
busy driving peoplo back who try to
forco their way between tho dUlslons
of tho procession, no suth difficulty
was experienced this morning. Thuni
wero few policemen on the btreet, and
fewer wcro needed, as far ns Keeping
ordr was concerned,
TUB STKAMKR Mniimi Loa, which
returned from Komi this innriilug,
brought a good list of passengers. Her
cargo consisted of r.'JIi bug sugar, 81
lings coffee, 22 bags beans, 2," bags
Japanese turo, 7 bags ginger. 7 bags
u,ltn,.l 1 l.n.ru n...,i .,.,., On I....... !.....
I....VU.. . ,. ...... wwi, ... II.IKH Ulliir
coat, 3 bales tobacco. 7 bundles dried
in.usn. u uuniiics oranges. 7 cases or.
Frldnv. February 12.
Slinr, Malum l.oa, Slmcma'i, fiom
Konn nnd way ports, n. m.
Friday, Februiry 12.
Slinr. Kc Au Hon, Podorson, .'rum
Kntial, ii in.
S, 8. Mlssourlun, Lyons, fioin Seattle-,
10:30 ii. m.
Jnp. S. S.
I'ltsn'gnlil Mam. from Yo-
Am. bk. Allien Ilcsso, front
Stnir. Uiaudino, iioiinen, "'i "
nm, Mll 6 ,, ,.
.. .. .. if ir
A. T. Sherlilnii, from Snu Fran-
P. M. S. S.
Asia, Onuki'Oger. from
M. N. S. S. Lurllne, fiom San Fun
clrco, a. m. ...
Am. bk. Mohican, from San Fran
risen, 11. III.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per hlmr. Mnuna Loa, Slniersoii.
from Knti nndAvny ports, Feb. 12. O.
W. llniHch, F. L. l-oslle. .1. II. Kaheiiiia,
II L. Ktiwclocnt ami who, m. .iiarseii-
7.1", it. a. jicwhjho, iiuih
II Aknnn, Mrs. II. C.
llnpat. MIhs M.
Ollbeit, O. St. ,1
Gilbert, M. Knwinoe,
Mlrs K. Coruwell. F F. linldwln, M.
1). O'llilen. It. C. Soarle'. .1. V. Seurlo,
II. I'ocko, IM Kahlona.
(i Per Hlmr. Kc An I
Per stiur. Ko All Hon Pcdersim
fioin Kllnuen. Kauai. Feb. 12. A. Ha-
indicrg mid 17 deck,
DArN-Fn,, departed I
j PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Per stmr. W. G. Hull. Thoininoii. for
K iii.il. Feb. II, n p. in. A. F. Kmidbcn,
O P. Wilcox, Roy Clmpm-iii, J. T,
Per ktmr. Uhiudllie, IJcmiolt. fur
Maul end Hawaii. Feb. 12, 5 i. in. II
II. Hint. .Ins. A. (Ionium, .1. W. Wad
mail S. II Itiitlifnii.
j ' Till-: Ki: At! IIOII in-rived thin morn
ing fiom Kll.mc'i. Kauai. Willi A. Ila
iii'bniK as the only cabin passenger,
ji-'he bioimht 2I!)00 bags Kllaue.i sugar,
1 lt!l lugs lice. IS bundles hides, K bags
coffee, 17 packages sundries. t Purser
l'lsli reports the following sugir on
Kiiuil. ready for shipment: Mime, ,
l.inn bags; I Ian. lunula IKHrtbigs; Ko-
i.,-. Jir.n- i;..ih, i nun- l M
I.VHI; (1. & It., 1 1,335;
Pl'RSHR Fill!:!, of the Mniin-i Loa.
whli h in lived this moinlug from the
Kouas, reported tho following sugar
on Hawaii: lloiiuapo. 2,; Pitiialuu,
:iiiii; Hoiiokaa, 15,5011; Kukiilhiiele,
8IHI; Pallidum, l.'.DO; Pa.iullo, 10,0(111;
Till: STi:Mi:il .I. A. Cummins Is
deeointed with Hugs today lu honor of
Hie birthday of Abialiam Lincoln. Sho
If docked at her legular berth, uear
thc Oceanic wharf.
Till: CLAPDINi: will leave this nf
tirnoon fin .Maul and Hawaii. She sails
at 5 o'clock Willi a good load of gen
eral cat go.
The work of reglsteilug Chlnei.e, mid
persons of Chinese descent who weio
Iiatiirnllzcd as cltlrens of Hawaii piinr
to nnuexiitloii, Is soon to eoiun'eiii,.
This has been contemplated for somu
tluio, and now the Immigration nu'lioi'
Itles are iienrl) ready to begin tbelr
labors along this lino. The Inspector
In Charge of the United Slates Immi
gration Station hero, has an.ui:;cd a
M-chcdulo of dales on which he will lj
nt various places throughout thn Is
lands to leeelvu applicants. The belied
ulc Is mi follows:
Itland rf Mau1.
Keokio, K11I.1, Match I lo 13.
I'ala, Mnich 15 lo 19.
Keaiine. March 21 to 31),
Island of Hawaii.
llookcna, April II to 17.
Kallua, Apill III lo 21.
Kohahi, llalawa, May R lo 12.
Walplo, May 11 to 19.
llllo, Mil 21 to 27.
Island of Oahu.
Honolulu Apill 5 to 8.
Honolulu, Apill 28 and 29.
Honolulu, July 2 In 15.
Wnlpahu, Juno 2 to 7.
Island of Kauai.
Ilaiinpeiie, June 10 to 10,
Koln.i, .liino IS to 21.
Wiilmen, Juno 21! to 28,
i.t Wal.inno-tihii, In (he Interior of
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CvcIe
Motor, S175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kina St. opposite Smith St
"Fall "Millinery :"
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT St. j