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.EARANCE SALE AT BLOM'S
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HONOLULU HISTORY USUALLY DATES FROM THE TIME OF THE LAST SALE AT BLOM'S BECAUSE THAT IS AN EVENT ALWAYS OF AS MUCH IMPORTANCE AS THE ARRIVAL OF A TWIN-LADEN
STORK. BLOM'S PRICES INTRODUCED AT HIS CLEARANCE SALES SET THE TONOUES OF THE CAREFUL HOUSEWIVES WAGGING. THEY INSTILL' IN THEIR HEARTS A DESIRE TO LAY IN A SUPPLY
OF MATERIALS FOR THE WINTER SEWING. ONE OF THE HISTORY-MAKING DAYS WILL BE HERE ON WEDNESDAY, WHEN THE DOORS AT BLOM'S "WILL BE THROWN OPEN AND THE GREATEST
ARRAY OF DRY GOODS EXPOSED TO VIEW OF A CAREFUL BUYING COMMUNITY. VALUES ARE POSITIVE, MATERIALS SUPERB, EXACT, NOTHING OF THE NEAR-GOOD SORT. . . ,
XADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
' LAWN AND MULL.
Regular $1.00.. Salu Price.. fic encli
Regular $1.25.. 'Salo Prlco.. 75c eacli
Itegular $1.50.. Salo Prlco 90e each
Regular $3.00. .Salo Prlco. $l 33 each
Regular $2.25..8ale Pilcu..SI.M each
Regular $2,60., Salo Price.. $1.75 each
PniCF.8 ON 8ILK AND NET
WAISTS CUT IN HALF
HcRiilar $225. .Salo Prlco .a,.. $1.50
Hcgulnr $2 Op.. Salo 'Prlco $2.00
Regular $3.73.. Salo Vrlco .' $2.50
Itcsular $7.00. .Sale Prlco $560
tc Salo Ii 1c o "op
NIGHTGOWNS. I DRAWERS.
llegulnr 7Co Salo Prlco 30c
tegular $100. Silo Prlco 3o
llcgulat $1 25 .Sale Prlco 90c
Regular $1 50..Sa'o Prlco, $1.00, $1.13
Itegular $1.75 Sale Prlco $1.25
Itegular $2 00.. Salo Prlco $1.35
Itogufar $2 Sir. Sate Prlco $1.75
Itegular $3 00 Sale Price $2.00
llcgiilar 35c.Snlo Prlco 25c
Hcgiitar 75c. Salo Prlco ....45c, 56c
Itegular $1.00.. Salo Prlco .,..G5c, 76o
Itegular $1.50.. Salo Prlco, $1,00, $1.13
Regular $l.C3,,Salo Prlco $1.15
. . i'i5h, 75p
$1.33, II 50
.Palo I'rlco .
Sale Price ,
Salo Pi Ice
Itegular 90c Sale Prlco 5fc
Itogulai $150 Salo Prlco . ... $115
Regular $200. .Sale Prlco $150
ItcKUl ir $2l!5 .Sale Prlco $150
UoRiiInr $250. .Sale Price $173
ItcRiilar $3 00. Salo Prlco $1.90
Regular $3 50 .Sale Prlco $2 50
y i shooting
Sale Price . .3Uc nt 1
S 1 Sheeting
Salo Price ... 23c anl
Salo Price 22HC jd
Salo Pi loo . 20c .iul
Sale Price . ...73e e.u'.i
Salo Pi Ice . . . "He ich
a!o Prlco . . . file each
I2x"('. Pillow Ciisch, log
ular J2 03 doz. . . .
Salo I rice . $2 00 ilci2
rx;i Pillow Cases, reg
ular $2 75 iloz . ...
Bale Prion $2 10 ilnz
ONE OF OUR STRONGEST LINES IS EMBROIDERIES. ON ACCOUNT OF IMFORTING DIRECT WE
SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE PROFIT OF THE MIDDLEMAN. DURING THIS SALE WE WILL OFFER
OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF EMBROIDERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
COME AND SEE THE
THERE WILL BE A GREAT FALL IN THE PRICE OF TORCHON LACES, TOO. THOSE FOR WHICH
WE HAVE ALWAYS GOT .A DOLLAR A DOZEN WILL BE SOLD AT SIXTY CENTS. AND THE SIXTY
CENT' GOODS WILL BES0LD FOR THIRTY-FIVE. TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL OTH
BOYS' REGATTA SUITS FAST COLORS GUARANTEED.
Regular $1 VI Sale Pilce $1.00 Suit
Regular $1 G" Salo Price $1.23 Suit
Regular $175 Sate Prlco $1.25 Suit
Regular $2.00. Salo Prleo $1.35 Suit
Regular $2.50. Salo Prlco $1.50 Suit
Regular $100. Salo Price $1.90 Suit
Regular $3 30 Bale Prlco I $2 25 Suit
CORSETS THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING AND W. B. NUFROM.
Cuc-palr Corsets Sale Price .
$100 pair Corsets Salo Pi Ice
$1.50 pair Corects Sale Plco
$2 25 pair Cornets Salo Prlco ..,
$3 00 pair Corf eta Salo Price
. 50c pair
. 7Cc pair
HOSIERY tADIES' HOSE IN BLACK, WHITE AND TAN.
Regular 25c pair Salo Price 20c pair
Regular 35c pair i.-Salo Prlco " 23c pair
Regular 50c pair' ' Salo Prlco s:ic l',lr
Regular C5c pair Sajo Prlco &0c l'.ilr
Regular 75c alr "'
-.Halo Price .' Cue pilr
INDIAN HEAD, 33 Inch wide Salo Price '.. .. 10c J.ird
A PC Gingham , U janls for $1 00
naimolcttcR 11 jaiOs for $1.00
Percnlo ami Scotch Olnr'"ims, SMncli wide Sale Price. S arils for $1.00
l'lg Ijiwus. fast colors; reg. lOe, d Salo Price, 10 sards for $1.00
Nainsooks In 12 d. pieces; rcg. $2.73 piece Sale Prlco $2 23 pltco
Victoria I.avvns, 10 jd. pieces; reg. 75c piece Salo Price, COc piece
90c piece Salo Prlco, 73c pltco
$1.75 piece Sale Price, $1.33 plcco
$2.00 plice Salo Pilco, $1.50 plcco
Kngllsh Long Cloth, 12 jd. pet; reg. $1 SO plico Sale Pi Ice, $1.50 piece
$1.50 piece Salo Price, $1.10 plco
Pillow I.lncn, 45 Inch; tegular 90c jd. Sato Prlco G5c. yd.
Pillow I.llicn; regular COc. )d Salo Prlco 40c. yd.
l.lncn Shooting; 90x90; reg. $2 50 d..Salc Prlco , $1.90 il.
I.lncii Sheeting; 9090; reg. $1.73 )d..Salo Prlco $1.00 d.
I TABLE DAMASK. ' ' .
Regular 73c d Salo Prlco 00c yd.
Regular $100 jd Salo Trlco 75c. d.
Regu'nr $1.13 jd Salo PrlcdJi.....' 85c'jd.
Itegular $1.35 yd Salo PiJco 90c. yd.
Regular $200 jd Salo Prlco
Regular 10c. d Sale Price
Regular $1.50 dozen
Regular $2.00 dozen
Salo Prlco $1.20 dozen
Sale Prlco $1.50 dozen
Salo Prlco $1.90 dozen
Sulc Prlco v ?3 00 dozen
Regular $300 dozen Salo Prlco ... $330 dozen
Regular $0 00 dozen Sale Prlco $100 dozen
Regular $2.25 dozen- Salo Prlco
itegular $z.uu dozen
Regular $4 50 dozen
Regular $9 00 dozen .
Regular $12.00 dozen
.Sale li ko $7.00 duzen
.Sa'tf'Prrc".'...-.. $8 50 dozen
Sale Begins at
day, Sept. 1st, at
(Continued from Pas 1)
tumd ft inn boniM with thu nil I It Ion of
roino rice or oats, the whole hclng
Failed mill Hiilijeclel to prolonged
hulling. This Eeems to bo tho mil)
preparation applied "
"The Collector assesses tho nillcle
lor duty an a siuco nt forty per cent
ml valorem, under Paragraph 241 of
tho Tnria Act of 1897, In view of the
definition In I!ilncltlc)V.Inpaues.ei:ng
libit Dlctlun.'r) which dcscrlbej 'mlso'
lis a kind of nance niado of wheat,
lic.ins and call "
" Tho irotcJtants nnko
tho slnglo claim that 'mlbo' In dutiable
., f , . .
pellicular wind. It la In respect to
future consumption that Congress con
teniplatod. L'on our tables dall up
I ear tho usual toget-iblos plop nod
but the) iiro not prepared In tho guise
of pioparej for future consunii
xigttalile lint he prepare J. certainly.
foi future U.IO and the process cm
plo)oif will ho termod merely prepara
tion, and jet profcrv.itlon Is tho re
sult. This Is Illustrated, perhaps
crjulcly. In the ' Uostir Chip " Krchh
from the rook It Is usuallj considered
with the inturnl molstiiro still Inher- tho liws of iiatiy which bring 'about.
4rg In Its substance nud lulng tho decnj- It is still a xegetable,, Tho
form and ch irnctoristlcs of fresh x eg-yvcg'nf ahili hns been 'ADVAJfCMV so
elubles. Hut where e.iporatIoii lirthnt Its" ts's'le. forinmiircenern7rnV
icsuise ADVANCKl), SO TAR AS TO THI3 ncteilotlcs stl(l cxUt ns though In. tho
itlon. A AMOIT.NT TO PltUSCTVATION. inBU un, (r,ni Btato. Cimllllowcr,
............. "ni-i"!." -rt- iotualne.s, iwm, coin, and tho wco, as
TURAU OR ARTiriClAI. MUANS, we ,voi a (rts prefcncd by nhntoycr
do not think that tho resulting prod-,u t,0 process, that they maj bo uscl
tict cnn lie said tn be a cgctjblo In fr ftro cimsiunptlon nro "ad
its natuiiil btate. And where tho nrtl-UCed" from their ratiiral state, when
clo has been cut as well us dried, A Uultublo for Inimedlato ronsiiniptlon.
KORTlORARI is It cxcluilel hv the 1...1 .,!... .... ,...ui.i... r,. .. ..t
I" . .... ........ .. U uhihihci .', ,. lll.'II.VIIL
UHtrlclUu words of this p.mMon. nK, ugn cnuncd egctahles familiar
to family use wo cannot hut say that
after all tho preparation or tho pro-
character of piep'irntlnn results In REl.ATIVIXY Hpeiklngnt le 1st it Is
tho prefenatlo.i of the ni title for fu a prepared 01 prosened .Rotable and
tin 0 use for nn Indefinite period Thu unless the ptmlslon Tor "vegetables
words "prepared" scon to be used in picpiied or piesejud'M-i raid Pnrn
the decision as Hjinnomous One do ( graph 2U has 11 conmicichil Imiort
clslon will srealt of av article ns "pre- 1 .urowir than the eomino'n meaning
pared", whllo niiother, considering tho of llioho woid3, such goods will fnlll
ns u llop-ciJunieralod manufactured hnme character of nrescrwitlmi. will within Its niinlnu. "hoi.. U ,... ,.ii.
Ej r.rtlclo. under Section nt twenty per oponk of tho article ns "picBened." I dciico of mi) such coiuiueiclal nienn-
(Lilt ml Mllorelll." I On fit,. llw, I, .n.l It... ......I ..., ' l.,,r n,..1 lw. 1....H. ..tit .....
m a..... .itv- ijii.itu mil iiui U3BUIUU
that it eists."
I Again in Ttc.isur) Decision 28174,
(Supiu) Cniilinoei- was trimiiicd,
Wl1uhf.1l rtnil ,tn1...l t. I.pl.... r.. ...
. " ......., ... (,,.,u iui ju-
.1 scrMitlou dining trunsitortBtliin. H
t t-iit ml Milureiii."
Is "MIso" VsgetRble
"Prepared or Preserved."
In tho first placo wo coneodo rlcn
mill beans In their natural stato to bo
( Rotables, Hut what did Congress
mean l) the ilso of tho words "pro-,
un tno inner 11.1111I tno word "pro'
sened" hns tho usually accepted
meaning of n condition to teslst fcr
nieiitntlon or ilecay for nn Indefinite
period In contradistinction to ten
One can tho better understand tho cent for tho emeiHlou In hrlm,. Inol.
pined or presciUHl"? PlisUas to tho uso of tho term "prepared or prescrv- dental trimming -or rutting, nnd Incl
word "prepnied". . ud" by oonsldeilng tho class and con-'ilentnl breaking of tho heads In boiuo
Mt must be borne In mind that we illtlnn of Imported egetnhlcs that Instances, thu plant appeared to he!
iiro Healing with 11 Turin Act which '""o been declared by the Hoard of tubslnntlally in the condition of n
hits to do with articles Imported from Otneral Appraisers and the redernl fresh vegetable, lifter It had been cut
fiiielgn countiles. The tlmo rciiilred Courts to bo vegetables "picpnied or . frum tho stalk; It wus placed In hrlno
fur transportation may bo gicat or preserved" under paragraph 241. Tor to pieservo It during transportation
Liuall noiorillng to clrcutnstnnces. Instance: UIT.T ROOT cut Into and until It wus used in tho manufne.
Altll 111 111.. Iintllrn lit ()tlll..a tl... . n.v Kllinll llloOOU 1111,1 lfllll .1 rl.1,1
et-iblo liuiioited imikt ho preserved at1 '" Trensurj Decision 21370, O. A.
least to tho extent of withstanding C32C. Vol. 6 page 341, tho Coilrt draws
tho period of transportation, vet tho "10 oMstlnctlnn between vegetables on ! Ing tho salt mid restoring It. as neuilv
Hoard of Gineial Appraisers and tho llo on ,la,1l " their relatively na- hb It might be, to tho condition of tho
ttuo of pickles, befoio which latter
process, It was subjected to n bath of
cold water for tho purpose of ruinov.
Couits havo held that vegetables pic- tllrnI s,nto "1 vegetables prepareil
paud simply, to withstand the period , or prcservpd and there tho Court said:,
of transportation nro not "prepared or "Thero nro numerous cases In which
.piesurved" within the meaning of ll'o 'question has been presented
,,1'atiigrapli 241. And no olio will ques- whether given substances, AD-
tlou that such limited prescrvatlon-ls,' VAtoCED be)ond their nifturnl condl-
to fconio extent If not In tho tariff """ "' lryliijt. or by dryjng and cut-
. bouse, n pion.irntlou. and so It would '!? or splitting, wero for tho puriioso
'loom that tho pioparutlnn on which of classification under (ho Turlff Act
ty Paragraph 211 akes cognlzanco Is a '1'iepareil or presgrved on tho ouo
preparation amounting to preseivntlon
for an Indeflnlto period. The use of
fJtho word "prepared'' tho nlteinntlvn
f.f XliManlla.1" n...l 1 trn n.l.ll.t. I
... 'it-VHKl illlll lily IIIIIUlllJM 11
fresh veRctnblo cauliflower," Tho
lis "Including plckUs" hooiub to
hand or 'criido' or 'unmanufactured"
on tho other , Tho wonls 'crude' or
'unmanufactured' In such a connec
tion, havo been Interpiclcd to mean
RKI.ATIVKI.Y crude or iinnianufac-
""imply jireparatlon cairled to tho point rcl nnd mipio moro poslllvo ehungo
of ludufliilto pieservnllon. Tho Court "f condition fiom tho NATURAL stato
ifhould, not bo confounded with articles "' " produco than that effected by
' hiicIi as snitei kraut, gorklus ulnl tho ilijlug nnd cutting linn been held to
5ij.llko which nro classified ns "pickles" l'o necessuy toiiemovo It from classl- 123 I'ei
8:' nor with (dives green nnd ripe which flcntlon as nn iirtlclo 'ciudo' or 'un-lof whe
ii0 Hpeclflc'ally otherwlso ouumoraled. manufactured' to that of tho samo "-'io 'reo ns friiltssln brine, or lemon
court here suld
"Ilrlno or salt vvntcr Is frenitentl)
cniplojed ns n medium In which to
' lli.linp, vnn... l.ln !....... m.....
.... !'.... i.hvnuiu Duunuiiet.H Utlll.u
vviai iin a CKUUi: STATB whero It
Is desliel to utfect tlwlr tomnornrv
preservation nnd place them In tho
hands or ti(o manufactures In thin
country ns u raw material for inoro
ADVAN'Cni) piodncts, To heat such
commodities ns CHUni: or not 'pre
served' In tho tarllf, henso Bcems In
accordanco with eoinmon senso, tho
policy or thu law and tho ticud of to
cent declsloia of the Courts nnditho
To tho same' effect me Iho eases of
Hills lints. Co. ngalnst United Slates.
123 1'ed., 477, Involving the (mention
hether halved lemons In lnlne
solvation of the vegctnblo In' but an
ndviinca to tho exlent of serving ns
fresh what hns in fnettbeon preserved,
If that wero not tho test tho signify
Icanco of tho word "presorted" would
be dlsiegarded. Obviously tho "ad
tnnco" made In tho vegctnblo Is tho
additional quality brought about by
tho process which permits tho serv
ing of the tcRctahlo as fresh which
but for tho process emplojcd In tho
ndtanco would havo (lccn)cd. It Is
the ndvnncu to futuro llfo and tiso
over present natural conditions sub'
Ject to decay and loss.
Questions of Doubt Should be
Decided In Favor of the Importer.
Moreover, If thero ho nny doubt In
this enso .which wo respectfully sub
mit thero should nut bo, under tho law
nnd the otldenre, that doubt should bo
resolved In favor of tho Importer.
As said In Ilnrtrniitt vs. Wlcgniann,
121 II. 8. 009 G10. 30 1-. Ed. 1012. "Rut
If the quoitlnn tvero ono of doubt, tho
doubt would ha resolved In favor of
tho Importer, 'ns duties nro.nover Im
posed on. Iho citizen "upon vngno or
doiibtrul Inlet ptetntlons."
Again in Aintr. Net & Tvvlno Co, vs.
Worthlngloi, 1 II U. S. 4C8, 35 I. VA.
824. " but wijro thck question
ono or doubt, wo would still ,fool
obliged to lesolvo Iho doubt li favor
of Iho Importer, Blnco tho Intention
of Congtcss to Imposo n hlRhcr duty
thmild bo oxireBsed In clear and un
anihlRiious liuguago." '
"This prgvlslon of tho Btatuto
should be liberally construed In favor
or Iho Impnitor ".
llenzlger vs. U. 8., 192 U. 8. 38-55. '
"In construing tho various provl-
Finns of tho Acts of Congress Impos-
Ing duties uoii Impoitntlnns. In cases
or doubt llio'cnnBfiictlnn MOST FA
VORAIll.i: to tho Inipoiter must be
, Ab toCth'n Blgnlllcanco of tho wmd
' "pickle's" seo T. D. 20849, O. A. 11201,
Vol. 10533. . ; "lv
A to'getablo may be prepaied ns an
linillelAr for Inimedlato coustiiuntlon.
',. i ,. .... . .-. . ... . j , .
fctrjiiu vvinoi itnuni nini n not wtinr
i?Congiess Ind In inlnd, In using that
urtlclo 'piepaied oi preset veil'
"Tho pluuBo 'vegetables In their .na
tural stato" In snld Paiagi.ipli .237)
(Paiagraph 257 Is ns follows: 'Vg.
enblos In iholr natural staie not spe.
rlnlly provided for In this act )
lit mil Judgment describes vegelablea
John Ilrumier, a deserter from
HEAVY LE$S0N ;
Decision Of Witness To
Too Late ,
Another attempt to fix a Jtipnn
eso caso out of court was quickly
frustrated by Judgo Andrado this
morning, mid both tha defendant
and (ompliiinlng witness wero so
heavily punished that It will mako
others attempting the samo game a
little more wary.
The caso was that of Tanubo, who
was neiused by n fellow c011ntr51u.u1
named Hashimoto of uss.iultlng him
during n drunken fight Monday
night Inst. Tho hend nnd hand of
tho (ompliiinlng witness boro speak
ing evIdcnCo of Ills nsscitlons to
I.e'al nnd tho police officers when ho
nuked Unit his assailant bo arrested.
Just beforo coiut convened, Iln
bhlindto signed tho complaint against
Tnnnlie, diavvn out In accordanco
with tho statements made by hlmito
tho nuthurltlei. Then ha wclit out
nnd B.tt by Tnnnbo until tho lnttcr's
cuso was called, nnd what passed be
tween them evidently caused Hashi
moto to agreo to get tho other off.
On the stand, Haslilmotfi testified
that ho vvns so drunk "!m tho night
of tho attack thatu ho remembered
nothing nnd did not know oven
whether ho had been hurt with a
knife ()( n bottle. Tho professed Ig
norance tvns bo jiulpabjy overdone
that It caused Judgo Andrado to say
that ho was tired of Japanese cases
being fixed outside, and tho court
would deal with tho witness If he
kept up Ills lino of testimony.
Officer Ap&na nnd Chief Leal both
testified that Hashimoto, although
ho had been ill Inking before he
made the complaint, was not drunk
and know- peifoctlj whnt ho Was do
ing when ho went In a cab together
with Apnna anil Kelly and pointed
out the offender to tho officeis.
As n icsiit Tnnnbe was fined the
IMI! THE LLIAL1
Mayor Fern And
lu rcgird to tho nrtlclo published
In tho morning paper relative to al
leged trouble over tno Mayoi'a Iuaut
Secretary Rlvcnburgh suid:
"Thero Is no troublu that wo know
of, I do not seo why thero should ho
any feeling at tho Kxccutlvo building,
for tho Hat of Invitations was mndo up
thero In tho Governors office. Wo
have acted on them ns they rnmo In.
Thero Is absolutely no difficulty over
tho financing, and I cannot uudcrstiind
why anything should bo published that
has no foundation, especially at H1I4
tlmo when wo should try to mako n
gcnoral good Impression on tho Con
gressmen." ' '
Mnyor Tern snld; -"Thero Is no pill
klu. I am not worried In tho Iea.( I
slatted tho lunu, nud whllo I am will
ing that others shall have credit for
their alii, I do not know why any I ins
bhould bo made In rcgaid to (ho nut
ter. Wo nro worklpg for tho general
good of tho community, Wo havo tiled
to bo absolutely fair in tho matte.- of
Invitations, and as far as X know every
body Is satisfied. It ws certainly
poor business to publish such a st(,iy
at this time."
pool not proscivol
tlllblo na Inmnn iit.41 lmiruol
""Tho decisions qu'otol use Iho vtonlt1'011 "'imllt"!1. captured aUthj limit foi his offense, '$100, .and Ha-
ADVANCi: iiilvliieilly. And 11 so It In ,'lv llt''1i)f his falhor In Walling- "hlinolo vvns adjudged guilty of con-
1111 erdoavor to ennvc) the Idej of.for''' Conn, Ho.desortod becairn hn tdnpt or eoiirt In not duly nttempt-
thp rotentlnn of tlio vegetable foriii.l waB rcfH!td loavo or nbsenco on re- Ing to ilefcnt llio endslif Jintlco, but
taslu nud clurncteilstlcs lu sjlto of v'clvlng n messago fio mills p.uen. ndnilttliia on the stand that tho oth-
Fifteen Bltolctons, found i)lng to
gether In n manner to IndleutoMinsty
burial during tho excavation for tho
United States hospital nt Washing1
ton, O. C bring to light, It Is bo
Il9ved, souiq Indian or piratical
tragedy of early dajs.
Relieving they wero burglars
Q cor co Sparks shot and killed his
brothor-ln-lnvv, Abe Vinson, nnd
b,aioly missed his sister nt Fulton,
Ky. Tho' Vlnsons . wore visiting
Spaiku arid had loft tho house din
ing Hie night on neeount of tho
or man was his friend nnd that he
vynntcd to get' him off. Tills was
hut thirl) minutes after he had
Binned tho complaint. Ho vvnli lined
No two men arc just
alike no two luits
should bo just alike.
You want perfect-fitting-
Only way is to have
them made for you.
Get us to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
get satisfaction. '
, Our business suits
juauu lu jruui lucaauio
for Twenty-five Dol '
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothe?
Geo. A. Martin,
ket! a new
CURIO CO., YOUN0 BUILDING:
(next Cable Ofllcc Bishop St.)
i& . .. ., ' , "-.r
T. MHk "k bl ( '-!"-' - i Ij
$ mi 'Miiiliiim,,Mlilfiiir Kii "'! r h' le w . a .! .-. tf t 'ia MLWMH v! J JmUL JfmfJtiHMmJH '!mSi)i'jfr'mlimM