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TO BUY- THE REMAINING 5 LOTS
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WANTED 5 WISE MEN
NEW JUDD TRACT
KING and KAEAKAUA AVE.
10 minutes to Fort Street, 10 minutes to Waikiki. This sub-division has been on the market only 2' weeks, and all sold but 5
Be one of the lucky ones to secure a lot in this convenient spot.
MORTOAOEE'S NOTICE OF 1NTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice Is hereby given that liy
virtue a lul In pursuance of the power
contained In that certain mortgage
maile by Rimer J. Hreckenrldge ami
wife, of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, to Cecil Drown, dated Decem
ber 4, nine, and recorded In the
Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances hi
I.lber 289 on pages 11R-119, the Bald
Cecil llrown, mortgagee, Intends to
foreclose Bald mortgage for breach
of' the conditions In said mortgage
rontulned, to wit: the non-payment
of the principal and Intercut when
Notlco Is also hereby given that all
and Ingular the lands, tenements
and heiedltnments In said mortgage
described will be sold at public auc
tion at the auction room of James F.
Morgan, on Kuahumami street. In
Honolulu, City and County of Ho
nolulu, Terrltoiy of Hawaii, on Sat
urday, tho 20th day of August, A. I).
1910, at 12 o'clock noon of that day,
Tho property coveted by said mort
gage are as follows:
1. All that certain ple:e or par
eel of land situate at Kaluaalolie,
WalMLI, Honolulu aforesaid, on the
l.eahl side of Kapahulu Itoad, being
Lot lit, Illock C-H, or Kaluaolohe
Tract, and more particularly de
scribed as follows: Ileglnnlng at the
north corner of this lot, being the
west corner of Lot 1 1 on Hoolulu
ltoad, and running by truo bearings
1. S. 74 31' W. r.0 feet along
' Hoolulu ltoad;
2. S. IB 20 K. 100 feet along
N. 74" 2' E. CO feet along
N. 15 26' Y 100 feet along
Lot 11 to the Initial point,
containing an area of G000
, square feet; the same being
the premises" convejed tp
the said Elmer J. Hrecken
rldge bv E. C. Hobron, dot-
ed November 5, 1902, and
of record In the Hawaiian
Registry of Conveyances In
Liber 28C, page 275 et sea.
2, All that certain piece or par
cel of land situated at Kapahulu
Honolulu aforesaid, being known as
Lot 11, Illock C-E, Kauahulu Tract,
and more particularly described lb
1. S. 74 34' W, CO feet along
Lot 12, Mock fi.E;
2. N. 1C 20' W. 100 feet along
Lot 13, Illock 0-E;
3. N. 74 34' E. CO feet along
Hoolulu St vet;
1G" 20' E. 100 feet along
Lot 9, Illock 0-E; contain
ing an area of 5000 square
feet; same being the prem
ises conveyed to said Elmer
J. Hreckenbildge by dee,d of
E. C. Hobion and wife dat
ed December 1, 1900, and
recorded In said Registry
In Liber 280, on pages 277-
Torms: Cash In U. 8, gold coin,
Deeds at the expense of purchaser,
Dated, Honolulu, July 21, 1910.
4070 July 22, 29; Aug. C, 12, 19,
The Hawaiian Ballasting- Company
has moved from Maunakea itteet to
Beretania street, near Nuuanu. It
has no connection with the Oahu
-Ballasting Co., which now occupies
its old office. 4094.1m
" 185 editorial rooms "50 busl-
"ness office, These oro the telephone'
Jauj.W numbers of tho Du 1 1 e 1 1 n office, ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate. No. 4 ICC.
In the mntter of the Estate of Frank
M. Child, deceased. On reading and
llllni; the petition and accounts of
Tient Trust Company, Limited, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Frank
M. Chllds, deceased, wherein It nsks
to be allowed $1111.20 and charged
with $2.11.19, and nsks that the same
may be examined and approved, and
that a final order may be mado of
distribution of tho property remain
ing In Its hands to the persons there
to entitled, and discharging It and
Its sureties front all further respou.
nihility ns such Administrator; It Is
Ordered, that Monday, tho 12th' day
of September, A. 1). 1910, at ten
o'clock n. m bcfoiq -tho Judge of
said Court at the courtroom of said
Court ut Honolulu, be and the same
hereby Is appointed ns the time and
place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons Inter
ested may then and thero appear and
show cause, If any lhey have, why
the same should not ha granted, and
may present evidence as to w;ho are
entitled to the said Toporty, 'Dated
at Honolulu, this Cth day of August.
A. D. 1910. lly order of tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON. Clerk, Circuit
Court, First Circuit. Larnach &
Robinson, attorneys for administra
tor, Stnngeiiwnld building, Honolulu.
4089 Aug. C, 12, 19, 20.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit. Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate.
In the mntter of the Estate of Lai
Say, Deceased. Notice to creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the last
Will and Testament of Lai Say, late
of the City and County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, deceased, has
been admitted to probate by the
above Court and Letters Testamen
tary gi anted to the undersigned,
Lum See, widow .of said deceased,
the Executrix named In the salu
Will. All creditors of the' decasert
or of his Est'ole are, hereby Notified
to present their claims, duly nuthen
tlcated and with the proper vouch
ers, If nny exist, .even though the
said claims may be secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, Attorneys at Law,
863 Kauhumanu Btreet, Honolulu
aforesaid, Attorneys for said Execu
trix, within six (6) months from
the date hereof (which Is the date
of the first publication of this no
tice); otherwise such claims, If
any, shall be forever barred. And
all persons Indebted to the said es
tate are hereby notified to make
payment to the said Holmes, Stan
ley & Olson, at the above address.
Dated at Honolulu, T. -II.. July K2,
1910. LUM SEE. Executrix.
4077 July 22, 29; Aug. B, 12, 1.
There will be n meeting of the
members of the Republl an. ''Club,
Tenth Precinct, Fifth Ulattrlt. oil
Friday evening, the. 19th Inst., at
7:30 o'clock, nt tho Knllhl-wnena
Honolulu, T. H-. Austin 18, 1910.
Inter Island mid O
books foi h.u- mi
II & L shipping
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Monday morning August lSth tk;
Ilnttnllon left the post on tho regular
monthly practice march. Seven-thirty
u. m. (omul the battalion formed and
ready for tho 'hike." It left the iwst
In heavy marching order with col
ors Hying and every one In good hu
mor. Reaching Knlmukl about 10
o.'clockj where 'It left civilization ami
stnitcd Ihrough the Jungles. Tho first
day was uneventful except for "red
il'ilst" and a Joke every now and then,
The battalion- reached Koko camp
lilMiut 1:30 p. in. aud'alt was w.ell ex
cept for soro Teet ami tlryd legs.
Tents were pitched and nil turned In
t'o rest. 'After a good, rest and a cold
drink of water tho men began to feel
their Inuiger' nnd 'soon hero and there
along Hie beach could bo seen camp
(Ires with tired nnd-fot boro sol
diers "batching It," frying bacon and
linrd tack for their repast. Many of
the men went swimming and tho rust
f the! day was 'Spent Irregular camp
At 6:30 n.' m. tho next morning
ill st call was sounded and after cook
ing breakfast the cominnud ",Fall In"
was given und with tho Captain In
thb lead started to complete the;
Journey lo Wnlmanalo landing.
Pounded along until noon when
tho column turned to tho left
and started up what setiued to
bo nil old river bed, probably a lnva
bed formed by volcanic eruption
thrown off by tho old Koko crater.
Some one passed tho lenuirk thut It
was n "prohibition road" and It was
pretty dry at any rate pushing on
slowly tho battalion sudden camo out
on tho edge of a cliff some three hun
dred feet aliovo the sen. Tho de
cent from this cllrf was hazardous,
stepping from nick to frock but the
battalion 'leached ,the beach without a
mishap. Tliui came tho ndventuro 'of
the day To take a horso over such
it place would .not only risk the horHe
leading turn;. Tor sjioui.t,;, no .or.
make a mission
IIIHKH .1 lllioaiuii ur nuuiu ..... ......, .
I .. .....,... l.n '.(ll,l I .111 MU'll
long drugging with him the ilder to
an awful fjeath on the rocks !i. il then
Into the seu bel-... ,'
Down the Cliff.
The Caplulu who thinks there Is no
such wiril us "can't" oidered the
mounted ord .-:ie to strip tho horses
and started t'twit. .Mounted orderly
Stewnit of "II" Company was thellist
over. Ono or two of the horses refus
ed to go but seeing the others below
undertook th pet lions trip and Boon
all live hordes with the men weio safe
iiolnw. Fillowlng the beach some
lour miles finally went Into camp
close to the landing wh- ro tho escort
win-on from the Post were waiting
and soon had u eup of hot coueui declined his Intention of becoming
und warm "chow" making now(uiniplnn o.u small.
men out or tlie.l mldlers. The day , . ,
was hot and hi tho men awsht sbel IFHeaR,1SAYSs' DAM "' VALUABLE,
ler fiom the (topical nm 11 vt waij, ;
suie'y nculod for no rest rould he
buil Tuesday night. Just us the simJ
was puking behind the groat moun
tains hii'I night was setilng In. tho over
'reonfiun(fcyilo ncented tho nion and
came' In' clmf-is making It liurossllih)
to slebp In tents or oven wnlk uroilnil
outside wlllifnl koiiio protectlm fnni
them. Mosquito bars wro mod 1ml
to nonvallin'nd oMty piece of eIoli
was utilized In ililvliiK tliem nwny.
Men could bo found a inllo from camp
ti. " . . u, h eo ilmm the
seeking n place to sleep, niniit, tne
beu.h near tho water, on cars, on ,.n,
under tho docks, whllp some walked!
nil night to keep fiom feeding the
Wednesduy was devoted to "bunk
futlKiio" to niuke up for "lost tlmu"
the nlgth befoii. Oiders camo thut
the battalion would hrouk camp ut
r. :u n m. und make n nluiit "Hike"
ovei the Pull n distance or twenty-
five miles lo the post. Promptly at
"15 broke c.inii and started home,
lllankct rolls wf-ro loaded 011 tho wa-
E-'iiD and wllh tills tollot the men relt
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encouraged. The day ended, tho moon
roue In its glory mid, soon could be
seen tho long winding road far ahead.
Ten o'clock found the battalion
on tho Nuuanu Pall ready for tho long
tiresome road to the post. The ambii-
Innco wns already full but the major
ity of tho men kept cheery and kept v, . -r. .
up tho pace set by "O" Company. Star Player Says He Decs Not Feel
Soon the lights or Honolulu. could beij' Well Complains of Heat nhd
seen and whistling to the tuno of. Feeling Dizzy.
"llrlng tho Good Old Uuglo Boys,"i ,,, , , . ,
pushed on. Tho post wns reached at' DETROIT, Mich., Aug. 8. Just bo
1 a. m: Tlltirsduy morning and no one -fdro the New York American Club
can realize how happy tha mcn'"woroJcft here for St.. Louis, Hnl Chaso
until holms experienced such in trip' ,,, tllo uno)Ccte(i announcement
himself. Hot corfeo, bread and butter ,j-1 ,l0 lccdcd n re8t nnd .,nU8l roturil
was waiting for all after which the ),. 'lufo'ii did imfnnttrir stnlllnir..
boys turned, In for a good nights untii yCr n,e gairio ntld Stalllngs was
steep. ' '. L,. n 4' !'l "' I' i l'lall'ly surp'rjsed, but he felt satlslled
, , , ' " " r l " thut Chuso 'was' BlnZere In his stute-
Tfl IflUCT MlflUCC Tftft ment that some mysterious Illness has
Mull AKnUl rKUlLU IUU rendered him Incnpuble of giving his
....... -vt---.., .... best services to the tedm.
(MOD FOR ERNEST MBj taj -is
, weeks ago, rejoined the club nt Cleve
land und though' he was evidently not
One-Time Champion Cyclist Still
Holds , Premier Sculling" Honors
of the World,
Dlcli Arnst still holds the scull
Ing championship of the world nnd,
ns was expected, defeated Harry,
who Is more or less of n second
rater, In the race yesterdny at Liv
ingstone, Rhodesia. The men were
matched some months ago, and
Arnst, who Ih a New Zealandor, bad
to travel a long way to meet llnrry,
who halls from Ixindon.
Arnst wns at one time a champion
cyclist, and nftor he nnd won all
the blcyclo races In sight and was
handicapped out of all chance of
winning any more, he aiinouiH-ed his
Intention of bqriinilni; the world's
champion oarsman. As he had never
lieen In n boat, this was a nithor
..... .... .1 I,,,,- IIImV mnilo
:Zton two cui. Jl, first
-, ,, nwI,ft -Mil
iJi" !J -.--, -T.lj 1(1 1 ' ,1 I ' '
---. -.. ,.vJi i:i -.1,'IA,-,
and' tii'eii. IhtCr on! tiichled'.ai:8U.d
Ing-sent ouUlgger. That he wus
not drowned may lie' uttrlbutedjto
his g'uoi) luck. However, by dlnlj of
pehovcrunee und long months of en
deavor, he at lust could row fairly
de'ently. He fooii hud minor
matches, and eventually tackled
(leorgo Towns, who hold the cham
pionship. The rate went to the new
man nt the game, nnd then Webb,
another Manillander, got n match
unit was also defeated.
Arnst Is a wonder, and tho strang
est part of his career wus the time
that, us a cyclist, he was prnctl ally
baned out of everything and then
According to n statement nuido bj
(!ocrnor Frear, Nuiiunii dum cost
$29S,nC3.8fi thSMi llg'ures , being given
him by Auditor Fisher. Practlcully
all of this amount J29:,493.24 -cumt
frotn, loan lunds, the remalnjder being
eo'risidored current exiiensesh. JLt-
,, ijuporlntendent Cumpbotl-f bflU'cjyes
i(ni llifit-n ii'tlt nat'Ai' Ink ntinthrtl' UrirrtiJ
,11(;e. ()f Wllt0r ua this uyiiimctr' more
- M,'bcell no necessity , or
lmwl on lllwn lt-riKutton, in has been
, "lw" "'""" " """ """"
lU)I10 in mi8t yPMa tl) mnsoive the
; wnler iU,1llv.
Governor Ficur believes thut tuo
dam s worth several tliues Its Mt.' u kn f ,- , brwy-m , flhir f(
und states that It Is already taxing'. . . .,,,i
tha coiinty cotisldiirablu money.
Hmuloliih lledfoid. a well known
Aiiitulliin Jomnullst, Is a paisenger
,, ,),,. jiuUin-i. and ho Ih returning
f,nt n tiin in 'i-w Vmk. lieiUord 19
n petul writer for tu -ernl Amtra-'Jhg Kf)rJ Yd! HaV0 AIW3VS BQUItht
.m papers, und has traveled all oven , ' 6
the world. Soino of his ailvnntuies In
mtio known parts of the globe, have'
ijtcn told In many Australian Journals.
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HAL CHASE TAKES
MUCH NEEDED REST
In his best form, he made several
wonderful plays. 'At Detroit no was,
brilliant. At the same time he did
not hit to any extent and his base
running was far below pur. Stullings
noticed this, but helloed that u
couple more days would bilug the
star buck to form.
Chase tried to lecupuriito ut New
York by taking sea baths und seemed
to bo changed so much that he run
over to Boston, Intending to stuy
throughout the series. Only ono day
finished him there, however', mid he
uent buck to (Jotham.
When Hut left last night ho suld:
"Theic is not a word of truth In this
talk about u fulling out with Stal
ling. Wo ute on tho best of ter.ms
and hajil been ut) season.,-He knows
perldclly tfell Jbatr-I 'ninnrot In .my
old shape. The truth Is that I have,
been playing In those Western games
ui tU.v.y that I hint, to guess on hard
lilt-balls. Al,er ,I,got tliem I wus
luc;:y,. l, ,11110 no ginger al nil. ' I
wus so wobbly thut I thought f would
tumble over. Only by tho greatest
effort have I licutr-Mil flie. souio, On
Saturday I telt' tine uud"put up u
good game, but yesterday I could
hardly drug my feet mound.
"Hot weather gets to me nun', some
thing It never did buforo. The hot
ter the weather tho muru I liked It
I urn not sulking. If 1 wus sulking
1 would Imvo never Joined the club.
I would liiivi! remultied In Now York.
Sir. Farroll know thut I was weak
nnd unlit lor woik. I urn hoping that
a weok In the mountains with a tonic
of some kind will fix me up so that
I can put up my usual gamu when
the club l.tvjus Its IjoilH) scrlos,"
ARCHITECT FOR LIBRARY LATER
..- JrvT ? ,
Tho architect-who lins cliiuge of the
pluns for the niw Curnoglo Library
did not arrive on fho ."donfolla yester
day lis expected but Will piobubly be
heio on a htoatner in riving within the
next two weeks.
(,nflrnnr Freart., nvnnalml tlnit tin
would-'urilife'VesjtTduy, tliut' Vus
the pTiin whnii bft'tS Isltott' tho urch-
plan wlinti . Ill
Itect In Nov'Yoitrii
On nccouiU.ofjthe largo putty
urlsts oiibonrd'tbo 'ifongollH
' could not get uccommn-dfitlons und
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The money Is available to start
woik at onc'qinud ground will In)
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Qblldrsn.
Bears the r
Bigualuru of Ct
Board of Public Lands.
Notice Is hereby given that the
following pioposed land trnnsactlony
ure before this Hoard for considera
tion. All persons desiring to object
because the land should be home
steaded or otherwise aie requested
to present such objection to this
Hoard, In writing, or In person, on
Monday, August 20, nt 2 p. 111., nt
Executive llulldlng, Honolulu, T. It.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Salej for Cash.
Rovertiment Remnant at ,
Covcinuiertl ', Remnant , nj.
Paweoweo, Kwn ... .
(lovernmcnt Remnant nt
Muuauulkl, Kwa ...
Roveriiment Itouiiunt tit
Walmea, Walulua ......
Government Remnant nt
Ka liana, Koolautoa ......
Laud at KuauwuetOa, Pololo
Valley (to lie. divided) . .1S.S4 "
Lot No. -1, nt Kepuhi, Palolo
Valley .,...., 1.00 "
Lot No. 2, nt Kepuhi, Palolo
-Valley ,.., '..... 1.70 "
Lot No, 3,, at Ketmhl, Palolo
iVnlley. .,.., 2.7P "
ISLAND OF KAUAI,
(lenetnl Lease ot the (lovernnient
lahds ot Walpoull,-North, nnd South
Oloheun nnd' Kopau, other than the
homesteiid truct. containing an arcs
of HOTS acres, more or less, of graz
ing mid waste lands.
Upset rental: (300,00 per annum
Applicants for above Ifhku; ClIAS
A. HI a nnd Mukee Sugar Co,
J. F. HtlOWN,
Secretury, Hoard of Public Lauds
June 30, 1910. 40r,-8l
Iltr.9 July 1, 8, 15. 22, 29; Aug. 5,
Thejlluard of I,censo Commtsslaii
eta for the City and Ciiunty of Ho
nolulii will hu'd u lueellng nt the
Kxcctitlvo llulldlng on Fildny, Sep
lemher 2, 1910, ut 4 p. m., to con
rider the Application of M. Naku
mura for a .fecoiul-clas3 Saloon Li
cense,, to solt1liituxlca.tlig' ll'jiiors'ui
visions of At 11!), Session ' Laws of
All piotests or obJe'HIbns against
the fsuiniice of a License under sal-1
Application should be tiled with tha
Secretary of the Hoard not later than
the I lino set for said hearing,
CARLOS A. LONO.
Secretary, Hoard of Llcensw Commis
sioners, 4CS9 'ug. B, 12. 19, 2C,
The lloaid ot I.lceiiso Commission
jib" for the Oily nnd County of Ho
nolulu will ho'd 11 meeting at Lib
Kxecutlve IliilliUng 011 Filday, Sep
lemher 2, 1910, ht 4 p, 111., to con
sider the Application of Moshlchl
Tsiitwmo und Tatsulchl Ota for .1
iecind- Ints Salodn License,', 'to sell
Intoxicating .liquors at Wulimhn
Uwa, Odliu, under the tirOvlstons' of
Act 119, Session I.tiws of 1907,
All piotosts or obje.tlaiia against
the Issuiiiire of a License undor said
Appllcntluu should be filed with the
Secretary ot the Roanl not later than
the time set ro'r said, 'hearing,
Secretin y, Hoard of LfcehstCaniml
4089 Aug,1, 12, 18, 20. ,
The annual meeting ot the Wal-
nllia Hnl Land will be held at Wal
iilhu, Huualel, Kauai, at 10 o'clock
if. in. on the 20th d.ty of September,
JAMHS K. LOTA,
t97 3w President.
"For Piil" Pnrda nt nulletln.
the Dullctlii olfice.
83 Merchant Street
TENDERS FOR WATER PIPE.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will recelvo sealuV
bids until 12 o'clock noon of Sep
tember 7, 1910, for furnishing the
following pipe nnd fittings, Jo bo de
livered f. o. b. Wulmea wharf, or (by
option of the bidder) at tho Walmcn
terminus of the Muknwcll plantation
17(0 feet of 8" standard Well Can
lug. 1100 feet of, 5" Btndard Galvanized
; Threo''8" Teos. 3 8"xG" Nipples, 2
s;'x5" Hushlngsrs-8" Flnngo Unions,
-V C" Flnngo Unions und 2 8" brans.
'Iliied'full-opeuVpg Onte Valves,
j T''C above Uttlngs all for well cas
ing. ? v
AIbo 3Gnlo Valves, 3 Tecs, 3 Nip
ples., 3 Klhows, S Flange Unions nil 1
1 22" Nipple for 5" galvanized pipe.
Tlmo of delivery td bo stated In
Any or all bids may be rejoctod.
' Illds to bo endorsed "Tenders for
Water Pipe," on outside of onvelnpe,
and addrbsscd to tho Hoard of Su
pervisors, County of Kauai, Llhue,
J, II. MORAGNU.
County Road Supervisor.
.RESOLUTION NO. 353.
- I1R IT HKSOLVKD by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of tho City anil
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, that the sum of TWHNTY
'HVB HUNDHin) DOLLARS (J'
."00. 00) bo und Is hereby apprnpit
.ucd from tho General Fund for mi
account known ns "MAINTENANCH
Presented by Supervisor
Honolulu, T. H August 10, 1910.
Thfl .foregoing resolution wnB, ot
1 regular meeting of the Hoard of
Supervisors of the City nnd County
of Honolulu, held 011 Tuesday, Au
gust 10, 1910, ordered passed to
ptlnt.on the following voto of gall
lulirili Wr-wf-i .-
Ayes Aylctt, Cox, Logan, Mc'Clol.
Ian, qulnn, Total, 0.
' Noes None.
Absent and not voting Ahln,
Acting City mid County Clerk.
4I199 Aug. 17, 18, 19, 20, 22.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
he Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Thursday, August 25,
1910, for furnishing the Department
of Publla Works with 1300 feet of
l-lnih wooden stnve pipe, without
c)lps (or hands. Sample of plpo re
quired may be seen at the olllcn '
the Supeilntendont ot Public W'oiks.
The- Superintendent reserves tha
right to reject any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Augiut 15, 1910.
Sealed Tenders will bo recelved'by
thev'resldent of the Hoard of Ro
gents, atjhla office In the Judiciary
Uutldlngf-yntlU 12," m Snturituy, 11
gust 20, for constructing ft D.iliy
Laboratory for ihe College of Ha
waii, In Manoa Valley, In nccordanco
with plans and specifications on Ilia
In the President's office.
The Trosldent of the Hoard of Re.
gents reserves tho 'right to reject any
or all bids.
HENRY n. COOPER,
Prcsldont, lloaid of Regents.
185 editorial rooms 250 but.
nest office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
"For Rent" cards on 11 In at
the Bulletin office.
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