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rVBNINO BULLETIN. TIONOLTTUTJ 1 H FRIDAY. MAR. 2K, lfllO.
Until April 1st
:$150$25 down and $10 a raontli
Waialae Heights Lots
On the Kaimuki Cur Line
AFTER' THAT DATE PRICES WILL POSITIVELY BE .ADVANCED. STREETS PAVED, EXCELLENT VIEW, NO ROCK
BUY NOW, and
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular-
Nuuanu Chapter Rote Croix
Maundy Thursday Ceremonial.
Easter Ceremonies Sunday,
March 27, 10 a. m,
All visiting members of the
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
tyeet on the
2nd and 4th
at K: P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
puAiiiFal JHCJUUCll Vk
, MAHiNt choihuhv other All0.
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION. ctationi cor-
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at"
-1:10 lu I. O. O. F. Hall. Fort Street.
. E. It. IIENDKY. Secretarx.
II. 13. MCCOY, Noble Giaud.
'AH visiting brothers very cordially
Invited. : ;
OAHTJ I0DGE, No. 1, K. ofiPc
Meets every tint and third Frt
Uj oveulng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hull,
tamer Fort aud Iteretanlu. Visiting
toothers cordially Invited to M.tend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE. 1C. It. 8
EON0LULU IQDQE 010. B. P, 0. E.
Honolulu Lodeo No. 810. II. P. U.
C'.kk, meets lu tbelr ball, on King
Btreet. near Fort, every tTinny even.
Ing. Visiting Drotbers are cordially
Uvltsd to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT. H. K.
H. O. EASTON. Hec'y.
HAWAIIAN IEIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M
Meets every first and tblrd Thurs-
lru of each mouth at Knights of
pythlus Hull. Visiting brothers cor-
lUlly invited to attend.
t ' P. HiaCHNH, Bachem.
K. V. TODU, C. of H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0, E.
Meets on tba 2nd and 4th WED
Vl'SIMY evenings of each month at
7:2U o'clock lo K. of P. Hall, corner
-litretanlu and Fort 'streets,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. It. IlILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODGE No,8,K.ofP,
Meets eyetf 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K, ot P.
Hull, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ling brothers cordially Invited to at
lud, II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
K. A. JACOBSON, K. It. S.
Fresh Shipment of
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS
J. M. LEVY & CO.
The Ikit Butter
HENRY MAY & CO. .
in i i urn ii mn
make 25 per cent, on your money by saving
the advance in price
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Friday, March 25.
Allan McKlunnn, Wnlalua.
Friday, March 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 11. Ilaccm. Seat-
lie. Wash.; E. A. Peck Commander
rind Mrs. HoRcr Welles, New York
Wednesday, March 23.
Mr. anil Mrs. John A. Scott. Hlln;
H. C. Taft, Oakland, Cat.; .1, F. Cart-
slon, Oakland, Cal.j J, W. Havens,
Oakland, Cnl.: Mrs. E. N. Engclhardt,
Oakland. Cat.; Miss Mary Kiigelhnrdt.
Oakland. Cnl.: Miss C. Franck, Oak
land, Cal.: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Par
sons, Berkeley, Cal.; Dr. and Mrs. F.
W. Taylor, Hawaii; II. E. Peters,
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, March 25.
. !... K, Smith. Koloa; Mr.and
V. A. Franklin, dan Francisco.
Friday, March 24.
I). II. Gregory, H. E. Peters.
Tuesday, March 22.
Mrs. E. L. Poolo Ensennda do Mora
Cuba; II. Pearson RohliiBou. Hull, Sng.
POLICE COURT AND
: . JJETECTIVE DOINGS
Chltfr-fMcDuflle and Ms men wore
lAisyjyesterdny afternoon and evening;
KflmTflciii and opium tellers were gath
ered lnonil uk court did not sit this
morning, tho liiinch wl'.l havo to ap
pear tomorrow ln-fore Judge1 Andrade.
Cluing Wn Pons and Ch Fong, were
the two celestials who weiu arrest e.l
,-Lf.or Belling the jxippy Julco, and In both
cases tho uvldcnco was obtained
through Informers who purchased
small quantities of the dreamer's de
light. Tho gamblers, to the number of
eight, were caught p!alng Pai Kau,
and tho case Is thought to bo a dead
open and shut one. The raid, was
made without much trouble, nn! the
wooers of chance, were it Is alleged,
caught red handed.
Other arrests muilo this mornms
were A. Anderson for being inked, and
Louis Sclgade for vagrancy. Th$ pair
will tell Judge Andrade all about it
tomorrow and they may get an Easter
present from Ills Honor. '
For This Week
BOYS, WASHABLE SUITS 2a to 8 years sizes; best
make $1.50 to $3.50 a Suit
LADIES' KID GLOVES Two-clasp; in White, Black,
and Tan $1.25 Pair
LADIES' SKIRTS Full-pleated, well-tailored Skirts;
all lengths and waist-bands; in Worsteds, Serges,
and Alpacas , $4 to $10 Each
NEW SPRING WAISTS Special Sale, Fancy Lin
eerie and Tailored Styles; snow-white and beauti
ful goods; fresh from the hands of "the makers...
..,, $1.50 to $4 Each
EACH A MIGHTY BIG VALUE SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Fort Street, opp, Ca.tholic Church
LOCAli AND GENERAL
The Value of the classified ad is
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifies something that
.the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To Ret immediate return in
Hawaii use the Ballet in.
Telephone C03 to huva Laundry
called for and dellvored quick
Call on Mite Puton at the Encore
Saloon for n diaft of Fresh butter
milk. Time spent at tho Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. Tills place li
sometimes kuown as the Two Jaws.
Jack McFadden, tho well known
lightweight boxer, may bo matched
to box Marlowe, of Lcllehua again Ih
Die near future.
There Is no more delicious butter
sold hele, or nny where elso, than the
fuiuoun Puritan brand carried by
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Dick 8ulllvnu, who hag been away
on tho big Island for some weeks, will
return to Honolulu on tho Maunn Kea
arriving tomorrow morning.
Visit Jack Huberts nl the Kentucky
4uloon when )ou wu'lt liquid refresh
meat. You will get goo I goods and
courteous treatment there.
Lester Pclrlo hns been finally 'dis
charged from the Queen's hospital,
and Is now being congratulated by
his friends on his recovery.
A small fox terrier dog was rim
over on Deretanla street last night
and, paralysed; the poor animal was
later on put out of its misery.
Illru'sjloot Deer Is n good tonic un I
one of-the most pleasant drinks on
the market. Order a case from Con
solidated Soda Works, phone 71.
Get your soda water Irom the Arc
tic Soda Water Works Co.. 12G3 Mil
ler street, telephone 557. Distilled wat
er delivered to offices or dwellings.
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson for up-todate
millinery nt reasonable prices. Tho
only one that docs nccordeon ploatlng
In Honolulu, tireeu stumps, too, for
American Steam Laundry does deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' diekses. Clothes cleaned and
prettied. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phone, 003.
Numbers have been Issued to G19
nutniuoblies nt tho police Btatlon: mini-
her 520 Is to be seen on the streejs
but there Is a vucant space on tho
Hack Inspector Scully reports that
Ihcro Is not much use in taking the
time of automobiles now-a-days us all
the chauffeurs are kcoplng close down
to the fifteen miles limit.
There was nothing much doing
around tlio""ollco station this morn
ing ns court did not sit, and tho big
doors were locked. Tho placo looked
deserted and a drunk who was brought
lu, woke the station up and brought
ever ono to attention.
passengers! We personally attend to
baggage entrusted to us.
FlllrlltO RECflHlTER -JSJUHDEk
l.azarlo Znluniauea, the Filipino who
hns been doing', n recruiting business
among his1 countrymen In theso Isl
ands,, jvltlumwgolng (u the tiouh.e of
getting out' n license, 'was nrresteil
last night by Defective Harry Terence
Lake, and lodged In the police station.
This morning Attorney I.lghtfoot en
quired as to the amount of ball that
would bo requlicd to secuie LazaMo
his liberty forl.tlm time being. The field, L. W. Moody, Miss M. Old
amount nas'set u .V)i), mid un till dings. MI'S M. Hedden, Mr. and
noontime sureties were not forlbeom-
Ing. n (
l.azarlo Is a-membr of the Hawaii-
an ,baud,'SUil.iuvJshslto get nut of
Jail in order to) lake part lu the usu-il
concerts. It Ih alleged that he had t
big bunch of Fillilnoa leady to leave
for the inalulaud on the Siberia, which
sails this afternoon.
1. POIIil DEPARTS
. ' (
Itcvnnd Mrs. C, N. Pond of Oberlln,
Ohio, leavo on tho Wilhelmina tumor
row for their homo, nftcr a very pleas
ant visit with their boh P. M. Pond
and Mr. Pond's half brother. Mr. W. A.
llowen.' With Mr, ami Mrs. llowen
who accompany them to tho States,
Mr. and Mrs. Pond will mnke u tour
of the Holy Land during the Into sum
mer and early fall.
Mr. Pond while here hns been as
sisting Mr llowen in his work as u
member of the School Fund Commis
sion appointed by the Governor under
n Joint resolution passed the last Leg
islature. He has been attending the
weekly meetings' of the commission
und much valuable work has been dono
by him that will eventually pramoto
the welfare of the public schools of
DRAW BOUISJJ IEILEHUA
Tho fistic bout that was pulled aft
at I.ellehua last night between Ton
rulne, of the Engineer Corps and Flynu
of the Fifth Cavalry resulted In n draw
iib both men were on their feet nt the
end of tho tenth round which was the
limit set for the bout.
The iittcuduuco was one of the larg
est that has showed up nt kiicIi un
event and they (me and ull claim that
the go was one of tho best on record
lu tho Islands.
The other bout between McCiilloiigh
ot Fort Shatter and llnsock, of the
Fifth Cavalry was for ten rounds and
also resulted in a draw.
Tommy Mnrlow was the referee for
both of tho fights and his decisions
gavo satisfaction In every Instance,
DANCER Al MATINEE.
A number of people have request
ed the manager of the Empire, to
have the dance by Miss. Aspiuwall
given at Saturday's mutlneo. It
lius been decided to glya the dauce,
but some ibunges will he mnde, as
the mntlneo Is attended largely by
chlldieii, Vnrlntions will be Intro
duced that will ,ilo away entirely
with any feature that might make
the dance objectionable to the par
, cuts ot Noting children. The dance.
us ptetunted will be a combination
'of the famous Indian dance with the
I Spanish nutlvo dance.
Although utteutlou has moru than
, oncu beeu dirucled lo the danger lu
di inking city water a largo number of
people continue, Indifferent. A telo-
phquu message to )lycrpfl!s Fountain
, Kodu, Wqrka,. fvlifii-.70) will .bring
yqu u re uibiici water,
Hawaiian Realty Co.,
the checking and sealing of all
JAS. H. LOVE.
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelnilnn, for
San Francisco, Mnr, 2 5,-Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. llowen. Itnv. C. M, Pond,,
Mrs. Pond, ;Mlss Lulu Law,- Mr. and
Mrs. II. II. Smith, Miss N. Lloyd, J.
llenne, Mrs. Cox, M. II. Weinberg.
I). L. Wlthlngtou, Mrs. J. A. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. '.. K. Myeis. J. M. Am
brose, Mr. Harnett, Miss Harnett,
Mary Harnett, C. F. Murray, Miss
Ella Murray, Mrs. II. Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Austin, Miss Irene
Hluckman, Mr. and Mrs, Jis. Wake-
Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Miss II. lluxter,
J. H. Casey, W. Walker, T. E. Mnr-
n, W. W. Hrunor, Mis. J. M.
Drown?, J. II. Castle, Oeo. Deri go.
Miss E. M. Anderson. M, E. SUva,
Oscar Edlhard, Miss E. House, N. I.
while, Mary Vnndorbcrg, Mr. niid
Mis. J, II. Hase. Mrs. M. F. Ssttt,
Miss M. Anderson, A. D. Larnrfch,
Mrs. O. I. Welbourne, II. 3. Steele,
Mrs. Steele, L. C. Abies, Mr. aiid
Mrs, W, T. Lucas, Miss A. M. Dletz.
Dr. Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y.
Hastings, Mrs. Mnr;- E. Walker, J.
F. Moore, Mrs. A. Illatt, Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. llacou, Mrs, Creelman,
Mrs. J, O. Carey, N. II. Young, ll.
Wiley, N. S. Sachs, Mrs. M. J.
Sloan, MUs Sloan, W. P. Iloth, Geo.
II. Hobortton, Dr. W. II. Plainer,
Miss Catherine Piris, J, F. Stafford,
C. II. Dickey, Miss A. Klemmo, J.
Grube, Mrs. Grube, Dr. F. J. Van
Kirk. Dr. W. D. Klrkpatrlck, Miss
Friedlander, Miss Abrnnis, A. L.
Jessup, Miss Anna Gallon, Mrs. C.
A. Prntt, Mrs. L. M. De Wolfe, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Phelau, J. II. Joy no,
MIse W Dickson Mre,Thog. J. Qiilnn,
Miss Ituth Qulnn, Miss Mildred
Qulnn, Miss Margery Qulnn.
Per P. M. S. 8. Slberlu, for San
Francisco, March 26. Mr. and Mrs. D.
II. Smith. Mr. aud Mrs. David Rice.
MIsb II. F. Parmeleo, Theo. Wolff, D.
P. II. Isenherg Fred Lewis. Meo. Mc
Murray Geo. S. Dearborn, U. D. Lop
hnm J. F. Dlllle. Mrs. M. Shipley, Mrs.
Shipley. Miss K. C. Winn. Mr. and MrB.
J. A. Mc'lregor, J. S. .cCundless, Geo,
C. Ueck, Mrs. L. M, Harvey, C. F. Mur
lay, Miss Ellen Murray, E. T, McCar
thy Mr. and Mrs. Uiillcu, Mr, nnd Mrs.
II. McConncll, Mrs. G. E. Harvey, Mis.?
A. N. Deltz, E. O. Knowles, J. P. Staf
ford, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Stqver, G. If.
F. Meyer, C, II. llncon, Mrs. Uncon, A.
Lane. Miss E. llames. IL N. Hlckee.
O. II. Hlckee, G. Hofgaard, C. O. War,
ren. Dr. Lane, Mrs. F. It. Lane, Mr,
and Mrs. II. O. Wilbur. Mrs: M. Pat-
ton. Mlsa Stewait. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E.
Tlielan, A L. Jesup. Miss C. Teggert.
Miss Abrams. Miss Friedlander, N. II.
Young. Dr. Klrkpatrlck. Hev. 8. Hon
da, Ada Jeffries, Chun Yeo. A. Walde
moyer. Otto Conrad, J, II. Tripp. J. J.
KirkputricK, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. B.
Thomas, P. Flanagan, E. L. Keenan.
Per O. 8. S. 'Sierra for San Francis
co, April C Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Young,
Mrs. E. Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. T. Wclr.
Mr. and MrB. E. C. Pprrlne. Mrs. A.
inompson, air. and Mrs. w. T. Lucas,
Miss B, Carra, Mrs. E. C. Curra, MIsb
Abrams, Mrs. Friedlander, Mrs. De
Knight, Mr, and Mrs. J, C. Colin, Mrs.
V, E. Collins, Mrs. A. Sullivan. Dr. and
Mrs, Stnvln, Mr. ami Mrs. U.'tl. Cato
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.'Bell, Mis. O. Tag
gart, Mrs. Knox. Mrs. Pexley, Mrs, C.
A. Blalsdoll. Miss BlalBdell. MUs A.
Gallon. Mr. and Mrs. A, Waldron. Sa-1 tented yesterday to en imerate tl'
T. H. Pock, M. II. Weinberg! Mrs J.,nw"lt U'01ia who lB,10re t,ie role.
H. Clark, Mrs. O'ConnellM, T. Henry, llley ,iavo slveu orders to maids
Mrs. F. E. Dennis, Mrs. E. II. Spen-,'0 numlt person they do not re
cer. Mrs, J, II. Clarke, N. W. Ptitman, fer to him as a man with a mus
R. 11. Pntmuii. ituche. The style Is to leave hilt
Ho, MUs K. Wight, Mis. Murphy, O, c"me m,ai '" u bewhlskerud man.
W. Peavv Mrs. Phkvv. m ii..iit,.n I Ally lesideut of lleeclii,,. ),n wi,
S'peucer Blckerlon, Mrs. llckeilon, It!
I, Llllle, R. II. Elglu, J. J. Uelser.
Thursday, March 24.
Seattle nnd Tacoma Mexican, A.-H.
S. S 2:30 p. m.
San Francisco Coronado, Am. bktn.
VE8SEL8 TO ARRIVE
Saturday, March 26.
Ililo and way ports Mauna Kea.
Sunday, March 27.
Kauai ports Klnoji, stmr., a. ro.
.Maul and Moloknl ports Mlkahala,
ntmr., n. m,
Tuesday, March 29.
Atistrnllnn iiorts Maraina. C.-A.
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai iKirts W. 0. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, March 31.
Hawaii and Maul ports Clnudlne
Friday, April 1.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 2.
Hongkong and Japan ports China',
P. M. 8. S.
Victoria Maltal, C.-A. 8. 8.
. Monday, April 4.
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U.
8. A. T,
Tuesday, April 5. f
Snllnn Cruz, San Francisco, Seattle
Mlssourlan, A.-H. S. 8. .
Wednesday, April 6.
San Francisco Lurllnc, M. N. 8. 8.
Friday, April 8.
Hongkong and Japan ports Man
churia, P. M, S. S.
Monday, April 11. .
-San Francisco Nippon Mnru, T. K.
K. S. S.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Nevndan, A.-H. S. S.
Friday, April 15.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlyo
Mnru, T, K. K. S.8.
Sundsy, AfHI 17.
Sallnn Criiz, San Francisco, Seattle
Columbian, A.-H. S. S.
Monday, April 18.
San FranclBco Siberia, P. M. S. 8.
Tuesday, April 19.'
San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N
Friday, April 22.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S.
THE UNITED STATES crulsef New
Orlenns.wlil take on about bIx hundred
tons of fuel during her stay at this
port nnd beforo pioceedlng to the
Asiatic station. The vessel which Is
In many respects n Bister ship to the
Albany, Is callable, of carrying a com
plement of thrco hundred men. Dur
ing the stay at Mare Island the vessel
wnB thoroughly repaliod and also tit
ted with entirely now armament.
- IT REQUIRED twenty-seven days
for tho American ship Marlon Chllcott
to mako tho voy'ago from Honolulu to
Oavlota. TIiIb vessel brought a ship
ment of fuel oil nnd sailed from hero
on February 20.
TAKINO A FULL shipment of fuel
oil for Honolulu, tho American ship
Falls of Clyde Ih reported to have
sailed from Oavlota yesterday.
THE AMERICAN DARK H. P.
Rlthet, wltirgencrnl merchandise from
San FrancUco, Is reported to havo nr
rived at. IIIlo yestorday.
CHICAGO, Feb;' 20. A boycott
against mustaches has beeu declared
by girl students nt the University
of Chicago. Several residents ot
Heecher hall, u woman's dormitory,
WllPril Mia fn-ltntlnn la u,Rn i
'orgetB heiself anj Urts the boycott
Is to be brougUt. before u tHul board
&" """ M t0"
83 Merohant St
Tinirsdny,a March 24.
Kauai ports W. O.'lIalCstinr., 5
p. n. ' v
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Friday, March '25. .
Mauna nnd Hawaii por,ts ClaiMlne,
stmr, G p. m. '
8iturdy,- March 26.
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. 8 H.
10 a. m. . i .
San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N.
S, 8., 10 n. m.
Monday, March 28. !
Hongkong and Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. 8.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr.
Tuesday, March 29, j
Vancouver and Victoria Marama.
C. A. 8. S.
'IIIlo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahala.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr; j
Thursdsy, March 31 ;
Kaunl ports W. O. Hall, stmrf
Saturday, Aorll 2. ,,
San Francisco China. JaM. Bl B.
Australian iiorts via Suva Mnltal,
C.-A. 8. 8. '
Monday, April 4, .
San Francisco Sheridan. U. 8. A. T.
Wednesday, April 8.
San Francisco Sierra, O.'.B. 'S.I
Friday, April 8.
San Francisco Manchuria, V. M.
S. S. (
Monday, April 11. ? i
Japan ports and Hongkong "Nippon
Mam, T, K. K. 8. S. ,
Tuesday, April 'J
San Francisco Lurllor,iJi''N. . S.
Friday, April '15. '
San FranclBco Clyo Mam, T, K, K,
Saturday, April 16.
San Francisco Nevadan, A.-H. S. 8.
Monday, April 18.
Japan ports and Hongkong Slberlu.
P. M. s! S.
Saturday, April 23.
San Francisco Asia, P. M."S: S.
Tuesday, April 26.
Japan iiorts anil Hongkong Chtnu,
P. M. S. S. "
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, March 24. Mrs. Hansilsenperg.
I PA88EN0ER8 BOOKED j"
Per stmr. Olaudlne. far, Mnnl nn.l
Hawaii rorts, March 25. Sirs. Plorce.
a. W. Peury, Mrs. Poary, Mr. Mur
phy, M. Hall, M. Benton,
Malls are due at Honolulu frntn.
points as follows: " '
Yokohama Per 8iberla, March 25.
Ban Francisco Per Korea. March 28.
Colonies Per Marama. March 2
Vancouver Per Mnltal, April 2
Malls will depart for the tollnwlnt
points as follows:. ,
San Francisco Per 8lbcrla, March 25.
Yokohama Korea, Match 28.
Vancouver Per Marama, March 29,
Colonies Per Maltal.Aprll 2.
-roaK, from Honolulu for lifnnii,.
Dlx, at Manila, Jan. 20.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manlln.
Thomas, arrived on Innclsco Vrom
Manila, March, JO.
8horl.lan, sailed from Manila for Ho-
nolulu, March 14.
IN WREION PORTS
YOKOHAMA Arrlycd Mar. 25; 8 8.
Mougolln, henco'Mar, 14,
BAN FRANCIBCO-Salled Mar. 25: 8
S. Enterprise, for IIIlo,
HII.O Arrlved'Mar, 24: Bk. R. p, Rf.
that, fraui'Btiu Francisco.
THE DANI8H bark Deumark Is re
ported through the Merchants' Ex
change as having Balled from Lelth,
with a large general cargo' for jfono
lulu, A shipment of, fertiliser tp.the
Hawaiian Fertiliser "Comu AV. J.
I to arrive by this vessel, '
1 -j. jA2. i , .. Unr . itiuMtt, ,i im ili aul&au "SA'-.