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KVtiNINn HULU'ITIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCTOIWU I, 1909
-if)-.!. ,- ,- ' jfif" &F
fcvc!ircJ From Ftijjenc
VtnLcr's Great I lay
JOIiN W. IURDING
Cojrihl. 13511. by G. 1. tl.'lint'ilin Co
"Pn-re. IHtli nini'iiii." lie c,.cd,
"thill'- lilt lull Mil llf It 1'tlT) i-'llll.l
of ll! iui kinut lli.it tliri'i days ii pi
whin -llins.i "l.nliil uti Unit nip uf In-
liti"ii t if muiiIi A tnir iii ll twits
uf in II li'l'imt nt-iit too iiml th.it
llnO lire In it- gone fur tun nr three
mouth. V. ell. I'll i1ii' , mi n million
chumcs unit .Mm II ncicr rimii' m-.ir
guessing tin- detent tiling Willi. hum
(llll III- ICCOglll7tll Ml)' seniles Hi the
i-niiii.iii nt Inst li.v promoting m to
ln-nil a new exchange iiml collection
Ii-jiirt iiu-nt llli n Ml no of $.'M n
nunitli, tin- raise t dale from sli
months hack 11 1' re's tin- sl months'
Lt.it. U i.iy-S..S(K)."
It vmii lliniua'a turu to get tip nnd
ttultz when Kilt- Iiml reentered sutue
ulinl rrmu Iht astonishment.
They ilcildctl nt lirr suggest Inn tn
celebrate tlii'lr good fortune fortliwllli
by u l-iinitirt rojnl fur to nt nni- of
tin.- Inslilunnble restaurants lln-dlly
Kht- thinned her prettiest i'utiiiiu-, anil
. tln-y set out. Ni-i-r had she Ihi-ii ho
Ivnclnii, ncicr mure i h-trmlng.
"Now," lit- milil Joyfully, "you'll he
nble to get n dress unit, iiml I cnti
linn- n pl.i no."
Tin- l.ii-ls of a iliino nlunjs hull been
cnue fot Keen regret.
TIh-ii hIii- begun to consider turn they
inlulit liu- limn-comfortably tli.m thej
hud Ih'i'H lining Joe iruHiscd that
tlu-y should nvulil tin- housekeeping
n ml scmim problems altogether b.i
llilng In mi n p.i runout hotel. I It
thought this uotilil tt- ivlthlu their
tin-mis If they furnished tin- apart
ment theuiM-ltes Hi- illil not think It
would co.t uiori- tliau llilng In n ll.it
Ilm im.i fell In with this iloiv with en
liiM'KtlK.itliui prot-sl the plan a little
more eieiiMlu- than they hail bar
gain! d for. Im t they hail what up
penreil tn r.mm.'l to In- a fabulous sum
of money on hainl, ami the) found an
npirtuieiit tvhlch so pleuMtl them In a
lintel where tin- iirrnngciiients npsnr
til to Ih- satisfactory, tlut tlu-y divided
tn tal,i- It.
Tlu-ii r.mnin. with n light heart nml
n full purr which. hoHei-r, did not
remain Inn;; tn Its bulging condition
t'M'crlcnctil for the llrst time the un
alloyed fellelty of shopping to her
heart's content, and the tangible re
hiilt of hi-r peregrinations was a
chirmlngly furnished nest. i-nn-plcii-ous
anions the objects In which was
her emend piano.
lT tin- end of the first month
passu! In their new home Mrs
llh.nUs' Joy In the sudden ami
(.-real ehnu.e In In r liiisliiuul's
fortunes In the steamship eompany n
iiialind iimlluiliilshed Her nmther,
Mrs Ilnriis, hail eoine to look upon
lilm with creitt rcxpi-ol and to be lath
or proud of her son In-law. who had
belli d her din- prognostications anil
upset nil her llrmly roottil ideas nml
(unilitlons by rising In tin- world
As to IlrooUs himself, the evuberancu
of tils uitlmlim bad worn off consid
erably IK- did not share to any ex
tent In tie lluht Ih-.ii l ediiess of his
wife, who diffused b.ipplm-ss nml rip
pled It In Joyous musk- on the piano
nml In mines that had smoothed out
tin- creases of can- on her father's
brow when sin- Bang to him In the
il.ijs of her girlhood. He hml beconu
luore mid more thoughtful, with lapses
at tincxpeetid times lulu uliseiitmlnd-rilni-ns.
Moieoier, of late, syiiiptoins
of his furiner III humor nnd ui-nous
Irrltahlllt) hud reappeared.
"(toothless Hmui.i. one would li.irdl)
know ,iour' eielalnied lleth tn her otic
eietilug iiflet dinner, to wlilcb Mrs
1 1 rooks hud bulled her mother nnd
nlsicr "Yoiii dress Is a dream, undnt
lal'ie juii were pnsltlioly radiant."
Mie had followed Kiuni.i Into her
bisltonin and wiih cnzluk' In iidinlra
tbm lit lu-r sparMliig e;es uud lu-r
t'betiks ins with health
"I urn hni'py," ndtnlttiHl Ihiitua, put
tliiL' ber unu tiro mid her nlTcclIoii
ntely. "Io )ou know, denrle. I'm Just be
Kliiuliig to know who and what you
IllKhly nmusul nt the girl's patronU
lug uriimiT nml not ut nil Inclined to
lake her seriously, Hnima looked ut
ber Willi iiskuiiied gr.nlty.
"How's that, little sister?" sue In
gulred. "I'lease don't call me little sister,' "
nb.'eelid lleth "You're nlwuys mak
ing fun of me."
"My dear lleth. it Is you who nro
nlwnjs mul.lng fun of yourself," Urn
ma told her
"Indeed I'm not!"
"Why not laiiuli nnd play and Just
iv u girl -ii rent 'tomboy'' After nil,
tli.it h llu- llilng lull me only eight
een, while I bale lenihid jours of
discretion I'm twenty Hie, jou know,
nnd u u fully staid uud wise in i-uiisu-
"Volt weren't n tomboy."
"Oh, Jos, I was until I fell In love.
You wen- a wet- lilt of n little tuiild
then, nnd nfter I fell In love I became
a silly little goose like nil girls In love,
"Yuu ninrilcil ,lie" '
"Yi-s," said Ihnmn seriously, "and '
ttiat's why I want you to hate such a '
pun! time now. while yiui ran, Of l
rourse I hope .niti'll not hale the Inird
pull that Jot- ami I h.m- hail I mean '
when yon are iniirrlid-lull one iiewr I
ran tell " j
".Sever mlnil the nt now, llinnia.
I'll In U lion lilpp.l J oil lire." I
"I kimw It Is p..l to he living
nun- iiiuln hut Hie best ol II all Is that i
tee ll.ls -III i ei III (I I'.M'll lllolhel llll-j
mils it Think nt ll!'
"Sin- even ilko ii I in ' eonllil'd Itettt.
"My ileal .ion I, now that uinllier
Kl.es in is inn nni- n Im his heallliy In-
illi'llll IIS of a ll.llll, 111 e..IU "
'Ihinun " Mood Hit- girl, "you ought
to be asb.iii.isr"
"I m mil lunched her Bister "I'm
too euineiitiil I dmit ihlnl. that I
flnll ei et fnrset tin- nlisltl, tienrly
Rolen nei ls iisn. when Jim- came
Inline ll llll the pioil lews, his saiury
lii-ne lliiin lllplnl .Hid M iiiiiiiIIis' li.iek
"Joe ueier thought t'apt-llii Williams
wnii'il iln II fot lilm."
"No in r I Anil the way It was
done: iukuiiw the (iiptaln nml Mm
ll.ld I eell L'olie thns- dills liefore
Joe knew llie pii 0 news"
"When ate the.i inliilli lnel.7 Not
for a mnulb iiii.i 1111.1."
"Jin- f.in he doesn't know"
If n't It runny that with all his luck
he ilneMi't seem eonicnteilY"
Kuillia beeame cr.He.
"Hi-'s wurrkd. tiiBir dear, anil I can't
make It out," lie said. "I'erli.ips bo's
mi niiMoiu to Ktii'iivil In bis new isl-
In the parlor Mrs Hants wit Inn
nine iM-rsi-lf, for It was n lery ivarni
day She was iltessiil In n irown of
summer lliu-ry that would hate been
more sultnble to her hid she been,
Kay, tlflis'ti jours jonufor, nml she
co n't iiuilcrtintiil nut- n rnnn cuu dc
va emrnged In her usual pleasant oc
cupation of crlllclidng-or "knocklnc."
ns Joe culliil It.
llriHiks was In dinner coat and bore
other t-Meru.ll eilditiccs of his pros
perity, whl h. hoiieim. Mils being
purchased at considerable, physical
cost, for he had become thinner nnd
was pale nnd haggard The worry his
new position occasioned him was
plain to be seen, and he was In nu ex
ecrably surly mood and ns nervous ns
the proierblal cat.
"As I was saying to Joe," observed
Mrs. Harris, turning to Kinma uud
lleth. "for a hotel of this character
ttie coffee Is not what It might be. It's
terribly bitter. Otherwise 1 liked the
dinner. Vis, on the whole, I liked the
dinner. Hut If I were jou, Joe. I'd
complain ubout jour waiter."
"What's the matter with him"
"Itnther Impertinent nnd"
"That wuitcr suits me, and I haven't
beard Duma kicking," cut In Joe.
Hut Mrs. Harris was not to be sup
pressed by any snubbing from lilm.
".Still," she persisted. "I think for
the money you nre paying here"
"Tor the money I nm paying here,"
he rrtorud, "I'm satisfied. It seems to
tuonhnt that Is nil there Is to It."
".Mother, dour, please don't find
fault," urged Hmina. "It Is all bo
much better than It has been. I think
jou should be happy to see things ns
"Mo much better tliau Uinma's had
for so lung." chimed In lleth.
Ilrooks scowled at her unit, gathering
up some more papers from the table,
re trea I od with them to Ids chair uud
la-gnu to peruse them rather four
ishly. "I never rend the papers any more,"
declared Mrs. Harris. "All they have
are scandal, murders and men who steal
money from their firms. My I don't
know what the world is coming to!"
"Wasn't It terrible about that man
yesterday walking out of the bank
with a small fortune?" said lleth.
"I cau't understand how a man can
deliberately steal," sniffed her mother,
"especially when there isn't a chance
on earth of getting uivay,"
"He's the man who gave nil the
i money to some woman, Isn't lie?"
I iJmm.i wanted to know.
"es He'll haie plenty of time to
think It oier. The penitentiary Isn't
a bit too good for men like lilm,"
"I felt so sorry for his wife, poor
woman," remarked lleth. "She'll have
to stand must of the trouble,"
Ilrooks Jumped up Impatiently, bit
ing Ills nails wltli nimoynuco.
"Where's Ibe rest of this nnerj;" Jje
detnnndeil "I wnnt the part with llio
racing chart. It's marked 'Past Per
formances ' "
"Oil. I know-what Jlmsy cnlls tho
i1op- sheet," said lluima. "There It
Mrs Hnrrls looked "imrrlllcd
"Joe. yuu ii-rlululy nren't Interested
In mrcs-horse races?" she Interro
gated. "Yes. I nni." lie snapped "I don't
pl'ij 'em. but I like to look 'cm over.
Whit of It?"
'"Ihej're an fill." declared Iteth.
"Thai's exactly why most men stenl
"Well, denrle, Joe Isn't teillm: mon
ey or pla.iliig races, so ib-n't get wor
ried." eonimetiteil I'.iiiiiim n little tostllj'.
Mrs Harris persisted
"I'nplnln Williams says that tho
rnce truck ruins more joung men
Her son In.l.uv had been waxing
more and mole exasperated
'Tor heal en's sake," be broke out
nugrllj. wiping tin- perspiration from
Ids rni.p. "can't you Mm! something
belter to talk tilioul tint, ruined men.
thleies mid follows who go wrong?"
"Why, Joe. w lint's tin- matter?" In
quired his wife, gazing nt lilm In ns
tutiMimcnt. lie turned his wnn face toward her,
nnd there was a look ns of entreaty
nnd a piilory In his eyes, under which
tlie dark circles appeared to hate deep
ened, us be replied:
"I'm tired u nd nervous. I think V
walk down the street."
"Oh, but jou've got to take us to tho
theater," lleth told lilm. "Mother
hasn't seen the play nt the Iteuals
satice. nnd jou rnn't get seats not n
single one even from speculators. 1
promised to tnke her."
"Where do I 'come In?"
Mrs. Harris answered for her:
"You Just tnke us; call for us nfter
the show and put us on u car."
"We simply enn't miss lids chance,
can we. mnmnin?'' snld lleth. "Yon
will tnke us nnd eomo for us, won't
"Oh. I suppose so," he ncitllcsccd, 0
At that moment tho telephone bell
rang, nml llnima answered It.
"Yes, right up." she Instructed the
operator and, hanging up the receiver,
turned with an enger smile.
"I'm- pit a surprise for yon." sho
said, "(luess wIio'k calling? Some
ono who wasn't expected for n month."
"Jlmsy," cried lleth.
"Jlmsy Smith, straight bnck from
Joe's ejen widened, and the little
color In It faded from his face. He
was very much startled by this unex
pected visit, but kept sulliclent control
over himself nut to make the fact too
"Is Cnptnln William with him?" In
quired Mrs. Harris.
"I don't know," answered Cnimn.
"I wonder what brings blm bnck? lie
wnsn't expected for a month or six
"I suppose tho captain's with him,"
Her mother expressed the hope that
"So do I," said Emma. "I want to
thank him for Joe's raise."
"You'll do nothing of the kind!" ex
ploded Ilrooks furiously. "I wnnt you
all to understand here nnd now that
my business Is my business. I don't
want It discussed with either Smith
or Williams. What I'm- got I've got.
nnd It Is nnlKidy's affair but mine.
Now, If any of you Imve got anything
to say about me or what I do, say ll
to me or shut up."
"Joe, how cnu you?" reproached his
wife, taken completely aback by this
snrnge nnd uncalled for display of
"Well, I declarer ejaculated Mrs.
Harris, bridling up. "I've never been
talked to so lu nil my life and"
The doorbell rung, and sou subsided,
sluklng bnck In her cluilr nnd funning
her red fuie vigorously.
Mrs. IlrooUs opened the door, nnd
Jlmsy stood reicnlod with his wu
eomo smile, bis face tauued brown by
the sun of the tropics.
"Welcome homo, little stranger!" ex
claimed Umma heartily.
"Hello, Km ma! How arc you?" he
said, taking her outstretched hand.
"Indies, I saluto you. The prodigal
has returned from the dlstaut laud of
chill con carul uud fat ladles wearing
mantillas to receive bis overdose of
"Look at him! He's as brown ns an
Indlnnl" laughed lleth. glilng blm a
"Where's Cuptaln Williams?" usked
"All In due time, when I spin my
yarn," druwled Jlmsy,
Ho went oier to Ilrooks uud shook
hands with him
"Ulad tu.scu jou, Joe," be said.
"Thank jou, Jlmsy. Sumo to you
You look Immense."
"I'm belter than that Now, If you
folks will sit down I'll tell you the
story of my wonderful adventures,
lying oulj when necessary to protect
my unsullied repututlun. How U tlut,
Ilelh, 'unsullied reputation?' I'retty
"Hut Cnptnln Williams uud tho sto
ry?" urged "Kuimii.
"What I wnnt to know," observed
her mother, "Is, Did the enptulu come
"So du I." said Ilrooks. with hardly
coin on led anxiety,
"Well, j on know ll took me two
mouths tn du nil this, nml ,tmi enn't
expect me In tell I Ills story us If It
whs u Journey III lilt- siiliwny"
"Jlmsy, jouro exJsper.it In,;," re
"I was s.ijlng- Say. Cmma, you
look nil right In that dr,c.ss," he broke
LIT, coutfliipliitliig hei tilth ailmliiiiiiiii
Sbo Htumpnl her foot Imperiously,
"Neier iiilnd me. Talk"'
(To be Continued,)
Sounding tho praises of
Aycr's Hair Vigor. That's
what every ono doea who ubos
for tho hair.
jv, it you uou t
fc vnn tituaf. itfif.
uso it. You see.
you will ho bo pleased
with it that you will
justhavoto Ml your
friends all about it.
removes dandruff, in ikes tho
hair grow thick nnd heavy.
Handsome hair, rich, glossy
hair, always attracts. You
may havo just such hair if
you will uso Aycr's Hair
Vigor. Accept no substitute.
PrtMrtd tr Dr. 1. C !' 4 C Imtl, Man , U.S..
I RECREATIONS jj
One of the quaintest nnd nt tho
sumo lime realistic films jet shown
before it Honolulu nitdlencc Is that
presented by llio Art Theatre man
ngciuent tnilny, entitled, "Wlicie
Theie'a'n Will Thcro's n Way." It
depicts n tlollghtful tittle lovu story
wherein :i pair of young lovers cir
cumvent mi hale parent, and In n
most novel w.i With no effort of
Imagination whatever, tho views
presented on tho screen carry ono
buck to the days of crinoline and
hoop skills, "high heeled boots nnd
u waterfall," a style most popular In
tlie Into ",0s nml early Is. Tho plot
Is intensely Intciestlng from begin
ning to end. Hard headed old
"Squlr" learns of his son's Infatua
tion for, nnd Intention to, marry u
popular net i cm of Hint day, and Im
mediately sets out for his son's home
to prevent any sueh action on his
lioj's part. The jnung folks lu the
meantime me udvlsed of the old
mini's coming and set on foot n plan
whereby through the old gentlemen's
oicrzculuusness to prevent tho mnr
rluge, the cry thing he wishes to
frustrate Is most happily In ought
ubout. The entire lilm Is most faith
ful to tlu life mid customs of that
time, friWu the old fashionable four
In hand coach, with Its aristocratic
load of passengers, down to the cos
tumes, nnd most minor details of u
well icKulutcd home during tho 2d
quuiter of the last teuttiry, even to
the liluwcrs, nnd linns ut the upen
lire plmc uud pipe lighters on the
mnnlle piece. To go Into tho detnll
of tho plot would spoil half the plea
sure of seeing this artistic film. Suf
fice it to say that the uctltig of the
clinrnctcts depleted s par excellence;
pnttlculurly so that of the old squire,
whose facial expressions show al
most cxery phaso of human feeling
This will probably bo tho last week
of tho Wise and Milton Company at
tho Orphciuu, nnd the best bill so far
presented by tho company will lie seen
nt the theater tonight. These, como
dlnns havo mndo a plnco for them
t elves hcto that will remain us long as
tlmo is reckoned. They nro funniak
era pur excellence, uud their show
has been freo fiom suggestions that
nro common In low-pilecd shows and
objectionable to llio refined person
wherever they may bo made, Wlso Is
ii eterun performer. Ilu Is a mass of
that quality of cetnody natural In col
ored men or American and found no
wlioro else, Years ngo. In the, dajs
when Hilly Kcrsunds mid Tom Mcin
tosh weto on tho top rounds of tho lad
der or funic, they appeared with Cal
lender's Gcoigln Mlnsttels in an ICast
cm city whoro they wt-ro unknown,
Ilotli weto light In color and used cork
to In lug their faces to tho sliiulu of
tho Hthlopl.in. This fact was noticed,
uud nn oldllmo minstrel who was In
lliu nudlenco remarked that "Cooiih
can not bo funny for pay, It Is tiecoa
wiry to have Ihoso liliieliedup whlto
men to btitig out tho humor."
Two U'ty good pictures will bo fen
lined ut (ho Park, on l'ort street bo
low lleiclniil.i, tonight, something Hint
will Interest ovetyono. "limiting tho
lllppnpntnnniB on tho Hlver Nllo" will
appeal to those who enjoy hunting ilg
gmno The camera tutiu caught this In
good tlmo, though the limit wns tir-r.mu-eil
for lilm, mid some parts or tho
nolo,, me eliciting enough to please.
Another pretty pictuio Is "Tim Ho
lienihin (ilil" un opera so well known
that It Is not necessary to go Into de
lull hero. Tliete Is pretty seenety and
dun costuming In this picture. AH II
lu'cih'la Ihn music of tho opera to bo
le.ilistlc reproduction of ono of Oou
nod's best, , There will bu suieral
blunts by tho little git Is, who lunc
SPEAKER CANNON, HIS ENEMY AND
il--i w"sW TsssssssssssmiiiSissssssssjssssjWssil
"?s. ; p own ii ii ii 'wipii.j t mm
Vssm ? ', Aj-.y JaATif? 'jKk:' - II- jtm "" " s.r'-,?WwKm
m B 1 K i r lv ill Ktr -JT2 B
gtc.E.TowNSErfP bMsirUrikjM iwr -sHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIH
sHKllllv MtSKJmj f Aic 'fcs ii J
.corr right- nt ci wtaiHtT.'U
In ono of the most bitter attacks
ever made by ono American public
ollllcnl upon another, llcprcscntntlvo
Chnijes N. I'owier of New Jersey
bus assailed the character nnd reptt-
brought Joy to so many of tho .lolly
Tars during tho tlmo tho licet has been
in port. They will slug some popular
songs that will please.
Manager Oicreud has a good hill on
for tonight, something Unit will Inter
ist nil clnsscs nnd nil nges. Tho Ilium
leeched finm thu Coast ngents lust
week mo tho latest to bo presented
this side of Snn Francisco, uud nro
wonderful creations. Wallace and
Wiry will continue to eiiteilnln tin
Inrgo niidlcnces with their icllncd fit.
A foaluto nt the Kuiilio Is tho tniMc,
which, tlioiigh produced nuclmnlcnllj'.
Is better than that heard In nny or the
motion picture homes heie. Tit" blaeo
Is cool, snnltiiry nnd eomfoi table -.t nil
times, and with tho cxcelleiiru of llio
film service It not not In bo wimbied
that thu business nt llio Km pile lias
'" " - - 1
LOOK AT THE MAN! Yes,
Child, he has an Inverted Bottle
in his Hand. Is the man trying to
Swallow the Bottle? No, Little One,
he is endeavouring to Extract therefrom
the Last Drop. What is in the Bottle?
PRIMO BEER, Darling. Is it Good
to Drink? Fie, child, your Ignorance
mWm mm M- '&mm
R mfW liMr
Clears the head
MAN WHO MAY BE SPEAKER
Intlon of Speaker Cannon, repenting
the old chnrgc of rznrlsm nnd fav
nrltclsm In the Speaker's conduct of
House affairs nnd referring to him
Ignornnt nnw piejudlrcd." Tim
bet u good on nights when others have
complained of poor houses.
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
Have jou been up to tho W.iverley
dance halt latoly and nsscmbled with
tho nirrry-inukciu? You Bhnuld i;u an 1
seo what fun they nro having. Tho
hall Is ciowdod ench night, end the
bleu, which was orlglniileil by Sam K
Nnlnoa, lliu inutinger. Is n gco.l one
mid has caught on. You shouldn't tiili-s
taking a turn to tho cxeellci.t mucie
which the well known Itoyul Knwnl
hatt Olee Club renders. Tho ptlco id
niltnlsslon Is only ten cents, ladles
I tec, nnd fow aro inlsslng the fun.
l)r. K. I. Hutchinson has iinncuneed
that ho will retire permanently riom
his largo dental pructlco In Honolulu
uud ileiolo his tlmo tn tobacco rr.Inlu;
on Ills Hawaii lands.
The Jeer That's
lo $uit I ne C
and warms the cockles of the heart.
Hpral.er'H iciord on the tariff nnd
inrieney bills tomes lu for npci Inl
nolUe. Speaker t'annon icfiised nb
Milulely to tn.tko un linmedlnte reply
to Mr. Kowler's slateinents, but hu
hud previously ntinounced his pur
pose of replying In Ills enemies next
Dei ember on' the Hour of the House,
lie will "make the fur II)'." I"' ''
In iii.iI.Iiib u !"' 1Ht "r conitnlltoe
incii for the lomlng session of tho
SlxlJ'-llrst Congress Speaker Cannon
punished Mr. Fowler for his imliiK
onlsm liy depilvhiR him of the i-ltnlr-nuinslilp
or the llouso Cotninllteo ,ou
h:inlji; nml tnrreney, which tho
New Jetsey linn bad held many
jenrs. It Is tcpotied Hint tho man
ravored by tho present udiulnlstrn
tlon tor the speakership Is Itcpdi
seiltutlvo Chillies Yi. Townsend of
Michigan, who Is recoguUed ns ono
or the legal lights of the House of
Ucprcscntutlvcs. He wits Joint au
thor of lliu Ksch-Townscud bill,
which paved the wuy for tlie" llep-
bum lilll regulating iiillioad rutcB.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
THOTO AND ART CO.
032-038 Fort St. Tel. 52.
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