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EVEN'INO nui.LETIN, IIONOMJMJ, T. 1!., TTnSiUY, MARCH 2.1, lftOO.
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vogue demand a Brassiere in place
of n corset-cover. The
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far superior to any corset cover.
Shaped to the figure and bound to
support the bust. Price 60c and $1,
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WHITE BORDEAUX LINEN, 20o yard.
WHITE MAYFLOWER CLOTH, 25e yard.
WHITE CORDED PIQUE, 35o yard.
DOTTED SWISS MUSLIN, 20o jard.
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you will find popular makes of KID GLOVES, the kind that is fruaran'
teed to wear.
GLACE KID GLOVES, 10-button
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tp.!0 a pair.
WHITE SUEDE GLOVES, lG-hut-ton
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NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
V, tlio undersigned, a. 111WIN and K. I. SPALl)INO, Trustees
under Deed of Trust dated Junuary 1M, 1802, mndu by HAWAIIAN 8U
(i All COMPANY to tlio iindcislgnod lib Titistecs, hereby give aotlco to the
bondholders of tile Il.iwallan Sugar Company of tlio election of said Com
pany to icdcom and p.iy. and of tin icdeniptlon nnd p.ijment of tlio
following unlabeled bond of said Company on tbu nilST DAY OK
APML, 1D0D. at the olllco of the, MHHUANTII.i: T1UIST COMPANY 01'
SAN FilANCISCO In tlio City and County of S.m Fiantlsco, Stuto of Cal
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I C5 120 ISO 2IU 311 293 455
r. 72 131 187 251 313 391 457
0 71 132 188 252 318 390 458
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II SI 139 191 257 321 399 402
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20 93 15a 215 273 311 120 485
S3 95 100 210 27S 315 429 487
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41 102 101 222 288 318 431 489
42 10.! 100 220 289 351 432 491
43 101 107 228 290 352 433 493
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50 113 171 237 29 1 302 -mini
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ft 8 122 170 243 302 371 448
39 123 1S3 215 303 375 449
The holders of above numborcd
for payment of principal njid Intcrosl to'Aprll 1st ,1909, nnd surrender
cnld bonds nt the plnco nnd on tho date last above mentioned, nnd that
after April 1st, 1909, nil Interest on said bonds nuinbeicd as aforesaid
Mm II cease .
Honolulu, T. It., robruary 4, 1909.
w. o. mwiN,
i H. I. 8l'AM)INO,
? " Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company TruBt Deed.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
i. W. Wright Go,.
King Street near South
in a variety of pat
GLACE KID GLOVES, 2-clasp,
black, white, tan, and brown, at
1.25 a pair.
WHITE CHAMOIS GLOVES, the
kind that will wash, 1.35 a pair.
ALL OUR GLOVES ARE GUAR-
lionda nro hereby notified to present
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And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
(Continued from Pace 1)
one with whom to ( (infer, some one
with ntithoflty 'in uisu hu should
Not Opposing Counties
"1 inn not opposing the Idea that
the Counties should hnc more to
h.i. Hut 1 do believe Unit tlio pas
sage of mull a bill an HiIh would be
a gicnt mistake. With the nicniberi
of the Hoard of lalucntlun scattered
all ocr the Territory, It would be
Impossible to have meetings as ftc
qticntly as they should bo held.
Therefore I think that representation
from the. ninny islands Is Impracti
cable. "I support the motion that further
consideration of this matter be de
ferred." Senator Pali child sprung from his
ihnlr as noon as the President Mulsh
ed speaking. Said hef
Fnirchild (Chimes In
"A school house was placed on
Knunl where none of the people of
the Island .wanted It. School teach-
em are being retained in the public
schools of Knual that the Kauai peo
ple do not want. We of Kuu.ii hnu
lind i redress. Tho only reason
Hint tho present stale of affairs ex
ists Is that the islands have not had
"Willi nil duo respeit to the Hon
(.radio W. O Smith, who has been of
most aliiablc service to tho Terri
tory, and has brought us safely
through many a severe crises, I must
ay that all of tho brains in tho Tet
rttory nrc not located in Honolulu,
and I believe that wo of the outsldo
Islands should havo lepresontatloii In
matters' wlikh affect us so vllnll).
"1 move that the bill, as amended
by the House, do pass."
Older and Wiser
Smith "I do not wish to contra
dict the Senator from Kauai who,
when he glows older, will become n
wiser man, but I cannot ngreo with
him. Howcvci, If this bill must
li.iss, I mow that it bo amended so
is to icillic meetings of tho lloaul
t lMiicatlun at least four limes a
Senator Knudsen called attention
to the fact that the amendments
:ould only be concurred In or re
jected, nnd that further amendment
was not allowable. The uto showed
Ajes linker, llrown, Coclho,
Faltchlld, Harvey, Kahuna, Knudsen,
Mnkcknu, Quiun, Ilobluson, and
Woods. Noes Chllllngworth, Mc-
Caithy, Moore, tho President.
Office Hours Fixed
Joint Resolution No. 7, llxlng the
iilllco bonis of tho Tuiltorlnl de
partments finally passed Its third
trading this morning. When the
-matter, camo up yesterday, Mukcknu
seemed afraid of It, and ashed more,
time for consideration. This morn
ing Knudsen suggested that, unless
Hie Scuatoilal friends of some, of tlio
ippolntees objected to going on rcc
jrd, It might bo a good plan to get
the resolution olf tho docl.ct. Mako
kau laughed good-hunioiedly, but ho
voted "no" when tho vutu was taken.
Knlnmn, Hancy, and Chilling
worth Joined with the Hawaiian
Senator In the matter, nnd the veto
itood as follows:
A)e' linker, llrown, Coclho, I'.ilr
dilld, Knudsen, McCnithy, Moore,
Quluii, Hoblnson, Woods, and tho
I'lesldent Noes Chllllngwoitli
Harvey, Kalam.i, Makckau.
Hy n oto of. 10 to 4, tho report
of the Confeienco Committee, on
House Hill No. 18, relative to tho
appointment of District Magistrates,
was adopted.. Tho split lesultcil
fiom'a dlffeieiue of opinion as to
whether or not tho Magistrates
should bo required to pass bar exam
Illations. Tho oto was as follows:
A)cs llrown, Chllllngworth,
I'.ilrchlld, Knudsen, Mnltekau. Mc
Carthy, Mnoie, Qulnn, Hoblnson and
Woeds. Noes llaker, Coclho, Ka
huna, and the President.
Notice that the llonso had failed
to lontur In tho amendments made
by the Scnato In llimso Hill No, 110,
'The Enabling Act," resulted in tho
appointment of tho following Con
ference Committee: Senators ralr
ehild, Mooio, and Quiun.
An imitation fiom Adjutant Clon
eial J, W. Jones, Inviting tho Sena
tois to visit tlio National (iuaid
Khootlng gallery next Satin day, was
A petition fiom the Y. P. S. C. i:.
of Cential Union Church, begging
tho Sunnto to icfiibo to pass any leg
islation cutting down Hie school
nppiopilntlon, or shoitoiilug tho
time for compulsory school attend
ance, was rend.
House Hill No. 131, making It n
misdemeanor to elect barricades In
any plnco wheio gambling appliances
.no kept, passed second leading by
tho adoption of tho leport of tho
Judicial') Commit tee.
Tho lepoit of the Conference Com
inlttco in ru the uppolutiiiutit of
(innifcl to defend poisons licensed of
iilinliuil charges mid unable to pay
attorney's fees, was adopted, only
President Smith voting "no."
Action on House Concur lent Reso
lution No. 17, iricniorlnllrlug Con-
grcss to amend the Organic Alt so
as to piovlde for annual sessions of
the Legislature, was, on motion of
Senator Clillllngworth, defened un
til Wednesday next.
Tho following bills went to torn-
IIoiHcT'lllll No. 35, Judiciary Com-
mlltec, Senate Hill No. 11 J, lelathe
to contempt of lourt, Wa)s and
Means; Senate Hill No. 114, leper,
settlement, Public Health; Senate
Illll 115, forcstr) appropriation,
Wa)s and Menus; Senate Hill No.
110, auxiliary Immigration bill,
Wn)s nnd Means.
( Continued from Pare lb
men, how much louhl ou save on 'school fiom 8 to 15 and then expect
flft) dollois n month'' I him to tunio out with habits of In-
"And there nro 210 of us who don't jtlustry. A halt must bo culled some
get oven that much. Why, the men wheic. We must not lajse the school
who empty tho garbage boxes get luge limit, but I don't bellove In con-
moro for their work than we do for,
"And wo hnve to deal with chil
dren, children of man) kinds of fam
ilies. Some of them me very haul
to control, for their parents have no
control over them nt home. What
would ou men do If one of )our
children was openly to defy joii, tu
tell )ou 'I won't, when .win told linn
to do n thing? You Wouldn't stnud
It for u minute. Hut that Is ono of
tho things wo havo to contend with
every day. And we get llfty dollars
a month 1
"I'lfty dollars n month and out
of Hint we havo to pay all our living
expenses. Wo lmve to buy decent
clothes or wo get marked down for
not being neatly dressed Wu have
to pay our board, nnd ou know that
$30 a month Is n niodviate estimate
for board In this Territory. You sa)
we havo $20 left and $20 Is a lot of
money. You wonder what wo do
with nil of It. Yes; it is n lut ofl
money, when out of It wo havo to
pay our dentist 'and -nil our other ex
penses. Why. it melts Just like
that!" and tlio speaker Bwept her
hand out In a gesture Indicating
about how long tho miiiiillccnt sum
lasts In this community.
"Soiuo of tho teachers have to sup
port their families out of that fifty
dollars a month. It Is not for them
selves that they aro uceunuilatliig
riches on llfty dollars n month.
"Wo need n trip to tho Coast ocra
slonall. to get new Ideas for our
woik How long do jou think If will
tako us to save up enough out of
fifty dollars a month tu pay for n
trip, even tu California?
"And we can't uinke out of fifty
dollars a month decent provision for
tho time when wo must stop teach
ing foi wo must stop somo time. Wu
can't teach nil our Htcs.
"This Torrltoi) wouldn't bo n lit
place tu llvo In If It weio not for
the bchools and )ct,)ou talk of giv
ing us less than fifty dollais n
Miss Judd sat down In the midst
of a i oar of applause, while tho leg
islators pietcnt looked as it they had
looked upon something they had nev
er sem befoiu. They wero coufnmt
cd with a fact and Its consequences,
not with an academic theory.
What Is Needed.
Many spenhcis preceded Miss Judd
und none of them was in favor of
cutting salaries or raising tho school
age limit. Superintendent llabbltt
was first called upon by Chnlrman
Long, and with tho aid of charts he
showed tho audience what it fs that
tho Hoard of IMiuatlou asks for, go
ing Into details us In what Is needed
nnd why. The department, ho ald,
(list asked fur $S79,00fl, but this es
timate wa'u later cut by tho executive
to $775,000. With this $775,000 all
the present teachers could bo kept
on the schedule. Including tho 93
Prof. Scott's View.
Professor Scott of the High School
followed Supt lJiilit.lt t. Ho stated
that ho had been appointed by tho
Teacheib' Association to present thejr
views, on a plain educational basis.
Ho Ktnted two pustules first, llio
)ouug must nil be educated; second,
education must bo In tho Hngllsh
language. Hvoi) child, ho said, has
llio light lo ho taught to read, to
know something of tho lltci ntuio of
his rouutiy, lo cipher nnd tu know
enough geogiuphv to know what
manner of a world this Is that ho
The'counti) must have good teach
cis leaders who can talk nnd ad
vIeo with their pupils and lead them
along to bo Intelligent nnd good
men nnd women. Tho teacher Is
win thy of hi'i hire, and sho dncsn t
expect to get a foituno out of It.
As to tho bchool uge, Piofessor
Scott did not bollovo Iho lower Hunt
shoul'd be inlsed, Trtr from 'six lo
ulght Is llio Hmo 111 u child's life
when he Is most susceptible to In-
xttiHtlem unit will learu the Hiigllsh
liingu.igo ciilhkcst and nio.-d easlh
Chllilieu should not bo allow oil (o go
to school until they ale six jrnis
old, but after that they should bo
obliged to go. As to the upper lim
it, Piof. Scott was not sme but thai
It might In ninny cases bo wise to
lower It, let n boy leave school tit
II instead of having to go until In
As to money, Profesor Scott said
that Is it it to the legislators. If they
Is.i) thcio Is no piosperlt), no dlvl-
(lends, he would say, good Hut 'It
would be hard to make him believe
that Iho count) Is not piospcrous
enough to pny 1U teachcis decent
W. A. Kluiiey agreed with Piofos
Vor Scott that It might be well to
allow ihlldren to leave school at an
earlier ago than 10, but ho did not
think It wise to lalse the lower
school age limit. "You uin't ex-
peel." he said, 'to send a child to
tinning compulsion to 15 years, (live
tho parent mure leeway over the
child after the age of ten years. I
"The child cuu't work nnd won't
work unless ho has been trained tu
"Tho policy of paring down the
salaries llf the timed, ru tu lint wnrlll '
discussing. It would bo bad econ-
umy that the country should blush
for. and no urn Inc. nnvwnv."
Doremus Scudder snld that tho
Legislature should never think of
cutting the salaries of the most use
ful class in tho community. The
school teadieis are the poorest-paid
class In tho community and give the
most value. He said that ho would
be willing himself to pay moro tnxes
out of his $4000-a-)car salary rath
er than havo the pay of tlio teachers
reduced. Ho had no sympathy with
the talk that ono of tlio richest conn
""-'" '" U1 wo" too poor lo pay
- a'arlcs t Its must useful class.
V. K. Fnliington stilted that to
him the whole proposition of cutting
salaries mid raising tho school-ago
limit was the most extraordinary ho
hnd ever heard of, particularly ns
Hawaii has nlva)u taliou u prldo In
her schools und has pointed the lin
ger of scorn at Massachusetts be
cause that State has had a higher er
ccntago of Illiterates than this Tetil
tor) ' At tho meeting last Monday even
lug a man said that the schools nro
only nurseries mi) way, and that
many of the children are sent to
school merely to get them out of
their parents' way. Whero that Is
the case tlir father nnd mother mo
generally adding their mlto to tho
general piosperlty of the country. If
their children havo not a light to a
good placo tu stay, I don't know what
the) me entitled to.
"If tho second generation of tho
Portuguese aro not ns good as their
parents. It Is the fault or tho
schools. 1 would correct this by In
tioduclng a resolution In this I.egls
lattno to put manual tialnlng into
the schools, There Is not enough op
portunity for everybody in tho white
shirt piofisslons. I don't seo why
wo should not teach tho children
that It Is quite as proper for them to
learu to work In tlio field, to plant
u Held properly, ns It Is tu woik In
mi ullUe. I think we could profit
ably change the curriculum of our
schools so as lo teach tho children
niauii.il training In agriculture, as we
now have It In mechanics,
"Only tho Inefficient teachers nro
oveipald. Hundreds nro underpaid
This Is tho last placo wo should econ
omise. If 5011 will curb tho other
dopaltments of tho CJovei nineiit ns
they should bo curbed, jou cm! give
tho public schools $100,000 moro
than thoy now ask for."
l.lllkalmil spoke next, his address
being In Hawaiian, which was not
translated. Ho was followed by Mr.
Itatli of tho Pahiuin Mission, who
told how sotry ho would bo to bco
any raise In tlio school ago. It would
meielv tlnow tho chllilieu on tho
streets at their most susceptible ago
to learn vice mid cilme. As It Is, ho
said, Iho figures of tho truant ofllcet
show that of tho thlldicu who play
hookey 72 por cent, uro Hawaiian,
1 I per tent. Portuguese, and only S
or 9 per cent Asiatic.
W. II Castle, when called upon
snld: "I am nl.nl to havo a chmire
to say In this regard that I look
upon the 20-per-tent. cut Hint wns
made a few je.us ago In the salaries
of tho teiuheis as the blackest mark
In tho escutcheon of this Tenltory. It
was absoliitel) Indefensible, Inexcu
sable and a illbguue, and was so ru
gaidid b) out American biotheis
Ihiimghoiit tlio country. I wish wo
had a law liking a minimum wage
for school tciihers, ltp)o'u aro go
ing' to chinigo tho Balnrfes, do tho
only thing )uu can do hunustly
i alee them,"
'Continued flora Pace )
litliri i uiiiiit nil sign one and get it
vi i with. Instead of eaih tending i
scpauiti- letter This Is getting mo
t.ottmo is '
May Kill Cnabllnn. Act.
Tlii' Senile's effort lo got Maoi
'i rn' i. mil department employees
, aid Mr ilu'li two tncith' lo.if li) i
I'Tind th.u. inrliitllng llir-in in tin
"LiuiM'tiu Act." Is llsblo once inuto (c
nm Willi defeat. This Houso refused
to c ii-iu In the unicidnients lackoj
onto the bPI bv tho upici chamber
an1 n mti ti'.iei- committed was ap
l-oin'i 1 tu emrer with a Sptialu com
mlt . io hv hither any basis o
ngieiinein on.i bo luiintl If the Sen
tito tefii is to leeic'e fnun its statu
in the laatti-r, li U priibablu that tin
bill will full or passage nnd iiohod)
will be paid
Senate DIP Paste:!.
Siniitc lllll 01, to vulldale the ehai
ters or existing trntiBKirlatlou com
li.iules, pasrtd third ri-adlng wlthuiu
House lllll 99, up for sirotnl reading
was difiTivil on account of the lllnos
anil iilisence or Wnlualolu, Its Intro
Tm iietltlniiH wero recelvi'd befon
the House look Its lecess, one from 3
lesldetiis of ,nuliulu, Walhlki, asl.
'W fr anappioprlatloti of $15.1 to ...
'J""1 "" Klatt" "u,r ,Ilal "'"" "'
t"11' ",l,,,r rr"" l0 residents of Ivoatiae
Maul, asking fur $l.im to
breaknatcr IPOS feet long
The Lobtter Dill.
Cniie gave notice Hint the HimIii
and Polite I'liuimlttio would hold ,
li.celltig at tho flbhni.irket to consldi i
tlio met its of the l.olirter lllll. Tin
Speaker agreed that tho pinto wn"
Well chosen for such a meeting
Long wanted the members to taki
the n st of Iho mornln,',- to visit tin
i cliools, but the Spenki r frow lied upoi
the suggestion, telling them It wouh
be mine tu the putHisc If the romnili
tees would get busy and do a lltib
At 9:45 the House look Its rtccss
Walter Dtijle, Depot) Collector of
lutei mil Ueveiiue, led a raid a few
dii)s ago on a moonshine distiller)
a few miles niaiikii of Uiupahoehoe,
and bagged the moonshiner, a Jap
anese mimed Idanl, nnd his outfit,
logelliei with twent) gallons or oko
leliiio Tuday Dc'imt) Miiishnl Irwin,
armed with n warrant sworn out hi
Collector Drake, departed for Hawaii
to bring back the prisoner.
The still that was raided Is ono
that iho Internal revenuo offlccrs
have been tnlng for n long time
to locate. Walter Dojlo went to
Hawaii lerently largely for the pur
pose of making tho raid hut was held
off for kovcrnl dii)s by tho toricnll.il
inlns that fell on that Island. Hut
ho got his mail in the end.
The Sail Francisco Chamber of Com
nieico will poll businessmen on fiee
trade for Philippines.
Judge Ikiotlng udiuliilslcis rebuke tu
nttorne)s for defense In San Francisco
King lMwurd lefuscs lo heed doc
tor's warning about strong cigars, but
Is not stilously ill
Mrs D L. Wlthlngtoii, n former
teacher, said that sho wus almost
ashamed to be a member (If the civi
lization of Hawaii on account of the
small amount appropriated for our
schuols. The onl) way tu havo good
schools Is tu have good teachers.
Miss Ktiimu Ljons In u short talk
told the legislators something they
probably did not realize before about
tho nervous strain of the work of
teaching nnd of the long hours the
teachers havo tu spend after the)
Knvo tho school-room In looking over
Blent bales of examination papers
...n. ... iHuiHimiK iur uiuir wuru ui
tho next da) Sho expressed mfi-
demo that the l.eglslatiiio would co
to it that thu teachers aie piopeil)
paid for their work. Tliov hae
spent long jcars In getting pi r pa red
foi the woik of Uiuhlng and It Is
too lute for them tu change and tiy
Miniothlng else now.
Mrs. W. W Hull kokuaed all th it
had picvlously been said, adding that
If thu Legislature wanted to fill tho
Jails and rufoimatnrles, tho best way
to go about it would bo tu reduce tho
Bchool ago. Increase tho tuxes, shu
said, but don't hurt tho schools.
JIIsh Wlllhoff of the Commercial
Dcpaihueiit of tho High School warn
ed llio legislators that If they reduc
ed tho school ago thoy would get
poorer stenographers In their olllces,
on iiccount of the extra tlniu tho pu
pils In tho commercial department
would have to Bpend trying to leant
thu L'iikIIsIi lunguage.
Moncv cirns move monev
hut not if it is left in tlie pro
In our Bank, it will brine
you 4' 4 ptr cent, interest,
Oar small savins; banks for
the heme teach jou to save.
Call nnd ask for one today.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
I'oit and Merchant Sts.
Capital and surplus $1,000,000
One acre of land at Alewa, below
ludd-Street, and near the residence
if Hon. John Lane. An ideal place
is residence. Good view. Healthy.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KING ST.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown &: Lyon Co.
Kou Want Electric Wiring Eone or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315,
Chas. R. Fraziei
fhone 371. 122 King St.
VERDICT OF SUICIDE IN
R. H. RIEDEL'S CASE
At tho Inquest held last evening on
the remains of It. II llledel, who tool:
carbolic, acid on Suiiila) night nuil
died n few hours nttcrwards, sumo rot
ters written by Itledel's wlfo fiom Mil
waukee threw some light on thu tea
sou for tho rush act.
Mrs. llledel wiotu from Milwaukee,
where she is nppaicutly staling with
friends. Hhu gently rebuked her hus
band for not wilting to her. Sho re
feried to his business trip to Hawaii,
and snld she felt sure lie would do
well la Honolulu. A rumor had
leached her that ho had wiltten $M).
out) worth of luaurmito recentl). Thoio
was evidently, Judging fiuiii Mis. mo
del's fetters, boiiio constraint between
tho man and wife,
Tho letters, which had only lecently
leached him, npi eared to make hint
despondent, and purchasing a boltlo
of Phenol ho drank most of it, and ex
plicit almost nt once. Tho deceased
was about thlrt) -eight years of ago.
aim was a man or iiuu appearance.
Cur(,B ,,, nnul,B , cfrim
.., .... r.M,PI,snl.i .,, s..l,.im f-.n..
L.......,.,,.. ....,.. , .ikl..i..i. nu
partner's name appears to bo Truw-
bildge. or tho same city.
A Knights of Columbus plu was
found In his coat, and ho evidently was
a member of thai society.
Tlio Juiy leiurued a verdict of bill
ciilo, b) taking poison.
Sheriff Jam-it recolved nu answer
to his cable. It wns signed "J. Kllnln,"
and Inquire d u lut the cost of forward
ing the hil woii.d be and also asked
the cause or iP-ath. It Is not yet do
child what will tic done with the te
malus TO CURE A COLD tN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Hromo Quinins
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to cure.
12. W. Grove's signature is on
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