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nVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 29, 1911.
PACIFIC CLUB TO
Affair on Juno 9 at Pacific Club Will Be One of Season's
Most Brilliant Affairs Society to Dance Its Gayest in
(TOUR two chief events on the
soilnl calendar lor jump are
the wedding ot Miss Claire
Williams uml Mr llruee
Carturlght, Jr., that will
take jilace In St Andrew s
Cathedral on Thursday evening the
nrst of June Following the cere
mony a largo reception will he given
at the bride's home at WnlkIM Thin
engagement was nnnouueed the mid
dle of the week, Both young people
nre popular and have been welting
th'c good wishes and congratulations
of their friends. The voung couple
will live in N'uuanu valley Mr Itiuce
iMrtwrlght, Jr. litis recently pur-
liased the High's bungalow, that is
situated on Wyllle street The second
event will be a largo ball that will
be givon on June 9th at the Pacific
Club. From the Indications that point
toward social success this function
will be one of the most brilliant nf
falra ever given in Honolulu The In
vitations will be Issued shortly This
event Is being eagerly anticipated bj
the smart set
JIlss Harriet louiinS Hunt I Lunch
con. Miss llurrlet Young Is hostess at
a delightful buffet luncheon that is
being given at the Oaliu Country
Club. This suburban club house Is
growing more and more popular; the
situation Is Ideal and the cuisine ami
service nre unsurpasM'il. The smait
set nro tnklng advantage of these op
portunities, for the members and
their families are continually enter
taining in this delightful sput. Twenty-six
guests were Included on MIsb
Voting's Invitational list. The guests
were seated at small tubles that were
prettily decorated with salmon col
ored double hibiscus and maidenhair
fern. Among those present were Mrs.
J. O. Young, Miss Harriet Young,
Sfrs. Richard Cooke, Mrs Alfred Cas
tle, Mrs. Oeorgo Ilowcn, Mm. Freder
ick Uvvlght Iowrey, Mrs. Frederick
Wnterhouse, Miss Beatrice llolswnrth.
Miss lrma Uallentvne, Miss Dorothy
Wood, Miss Kutherliie Stephens. MIbb
Ornce Harding, Miss Helen Achilles,
Mrs. Charles Wlkox, Miss Alice Itoth,
Miss Bernlce Hartwell. Miss Lydla
McStockor, Miss Dorothy Hartwell,
Miss Esther Kopke, Miss Julia Mc
Stockcr, Miss Florenco Ourrey, Miss
Juliette Athcrton, Miss Hthel McKen-
zle, Miss Dertha Kopke, Miss Cather
ine Goodalo and others.
Hugo Horzer's third annual song
recital to be given ut the Young Ho
tel on Thursday evening, May 11th,
is creating much Interest In' musical
and social circles.
The ensemble work 13 to bo par
ticularly interesting and by special
request Mr. Herzer hns decided to
give the opening chorus from Er
aiunl The Pagoda of Flowers by
Amv tt'nndfordo Flnden will have Its
fir Honolulu rendition, In which the
niii, work Is especially attractive.
The names of those singing In tho
bonis are ns follows Mrs. C. 11.
Cooper, Mrs. Walter Macfarlalie, Mr
Norman Falrwealher, Mrs Hugo
Herzer, Miss Flora Tovvksbury, Ml
Alleeli Mcdulro, .Mrs William Wil
linmsnn, Miss Kulpo Henna, Miss Vir
gina i:kulraiid, Mi'B II M von Holt
Mr II M (Joodmnii. Mr It C llrown.
Dr John F. C'ovvb, Dr. Norman Fair
weather, .Mr William Koper, Mr I)
W Anderson, Mr John Andirion.
Mr Alan Kenton, Mr Fralsolle, Mr
Senator ami .Mr. KiiinNeiiV lilnntr.
In the private dining loom of the
Hotel I'leasatilnu an elaborate din
ner was given by Senator and Mr
Krlc Alfred Knudeen This function
was given In honor ol Judge and Mri
Hldnoy Uallou Stnlla. pink tulle
and roses made an exquisite decora
tion The sinilax was feMooned from
the central chandelier lo the corners
of the table Htm knots of tulle add
ed lo the beauty of the decorations
la Frame ruses formed the floral
decoration, combined with Australia
maiden hair 1 hohc piesent nl Ibis
enjoyable affair were Judge and Mrs
Uallou. Dr and Mrs Charles llryanl
Cooper, Mr and Mrs lleiijamln l.odge
Marx, Mr and Mrs. Harry Macfar
lalie and Major and Mrs George Pot
ter. Mr. Arthur r1Iarlv Luncheon.
Mrs. Ilurnham, wife, of Major Hum
h.iiu was the guest of liuliur at lunch
eon Friday, at the Homo or .Mrs.
Arthur MarK. The luncheon table
was arranged to seat twelvo; tho
table was set out on tho largo Hwa
lannl; )ellov cosmos formed a beau
tiful decoration. The haml-palutcd
place cards were decorated with
these Mowers Among Mrs Marix's
guests were Mrs. Ilurnhuni, .Mrs. Ne
ville, Mrs. lMward J. Tlmberlake,
Mrs. I Tenney Perk, Mrs. Stevens of
the Navy, Mrs. Pardee, Mrs Charles
Chllllngworth, Mrs Johnstone of
Fort Shafter, Mrs. Carter, wlfo of
Captain Carter, Madame Smith, moth
er of Dr Tucker Smith of the Navy,
and Mrs. Clinton llatlcntyne
Philip Dodge's Lecture.
A good audience assembled at the
Art league on Tuesday afternoon to
hear Mr. Philip Dodge's talk upon
Interesting and artistic
MRS. CHARLES A. RICE. OF KAUAI
A picture appears m Mm- I tie of
the T. vi-ii ill k Ril I lei in of Mi
Chin leu Uice, wife of Ilouorabl
Charles Hire of Kaiul Mrr Hire wm
Miss (Irnee King, the joungest daiigb
ter of Mr ami Mrs Thomas King, and
has alwavt. been ver popular In ru
dely circles or Honolulu, in der glil
hood davs, she was one of the lelgu
Ing belles of this eltv. Tho Hire i
ire alv.i In A whirl uf
Hi. v visit In Honolulu
competing with each utln-i to euter-
l tain iiiem. mt ami sin nice ovvu a
, beautiful home on Kauai their home
la the center lor Eoclal affairs .Mr
and Mis Hire left Thiir-dav for llieii
home In Knunl. hut will t'eturti In
August- fur the polo matches Mr
lllce Is captain of the Kauai te.iui and
Is a crack playof.
ray. Mr. William P. Hoth, Judgo Hob
iiiMiii, Mr Nnvvell, Mr. W. A. Klimev.
Mr. Kdg.ir Wood, Mr. H. Itobliison,
Mr. Huttoii. Mr. 1). I. Wllhlnglon.
Mr Wude Warren Tliaver, Maj. Hol
brooke, .Mr. M. I'. I'rossor. Mr Chas
Hctiienway, Mr. 11 M. Uallou, Mr P.
I.. IIorne, Mr. Whlto, Mr. I. M.
Young, Dr. Mooie ttnd otheis.
Mr. and Mrs. Crahbe's Pedro Party,
Ono of the enjuyablo iiventB of"lho
week occnried last evening when Mr.
and Mm Clarence Ci'.ihhn ontcrtiilti"d
a knee number of tho inembnrs of tho
Oulrr of Eastern Slur and Invited
friends nl their honi" on Nunanii ave
cnue The fealiilo of tho evening
w i the ftvclrhitliiK gnme of jiedro al
which eleven tables were used vvhllo
unite a number elected lo engago III
in her diversions.
The dirt prles a Ihe card games
vine rnptiued by Mis lleedy ami Mr
nbiir Coyne. After tho gjtues and
In ill-trlbutloti of the prices delicious
coffei randwlchea cake ami Ice
ci Cain were served. Among those pto-
out were: Mr. nml Mri Coyile, Mr,
and Mr- Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. Auer-
hach Mr and Mrs. T. Smith, Mr. and
Mr T Sharp, Mr. nml Mrs, Merrill,
Mr nml Mrs. Kellogg. Mr. nnd Mrs
I'ei liner. Mis lleedy. MrB. Colroti
Mi- It vv In, Mrs. Flack, Mrs. IJvnm,
vlr Ilium, Mrs. Slovens, Mrs,
WMvlit Mrs. Purler, Mr. and Mm.
Riley Mr and Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Clara
ninldt Miss M-icauley, tho Ii03t an I
ho ti , nnd many others.
Lleiilen.int Munter In 'Charne of the
Meat Milliter, who married Mlsi
Hoffman, the popular young daughter
of Mrs Hocking, has been given the
command of tho Wistaria. Lieut, and
Mr Munter have been living in New
ork but will probably spend the
iimmer In Alabama. The following
an Interesting clipping from an
iniv iv b. n i:nCII1 I)ancr
lapte of some vears. Aliiut two hun
died guests baie beeiiji Invl'ed anil
Miss Mlllaul will ho assisted In re
ceiving by Mrs. Chas. It Cooper, Miss
May Damon Mrs. Ilaiohl Caslte nnd
several other friends,
Mr. nml Mrs. Cattle's Dinner.
Mr mid Mrs William Hlchaid Cas
tle have ImiiihI Invitations for u
forin.it dinner that will be given on
next Thin sdny evening.
Mrs. Dyer's Bridge Party'.'
One of the delightful bridge par
ties of the season, wait given by Mrs,
Dyer. Fiiday afternoon, al her homo
on I.uualllo htuct.
Ill of di'li c.iko plulcs seiveil ns
pilzes. These dainty trouble welc
wrapped 111 tlsstio paiier and lied with
Nile giHin butln ribbon. The ap
pointments and decorations fur this
alfalr vveie perfect. Tho drawing
mum was filled with American Hp.'iu
ly loses; violets weio profusely it ed
In the dining room and tho largo 1 1-
l.owre.i. Mrs llepbtuu. Mis. Ilane
herg Mis. Frank Hieliiudsuii, Mrs.
Mis, M. Ivlnnniil Cioss-
Cnmphell. Mri I'lilliu
Wall, Miss Stella Feck
lleldford, Mi John Mi-
I'l'-her ' Mr.
W W. North.
Camlless. Mis. J. II
lleorgo Honton, Mrs,
naL was adorned with yellow ilirv
nxamples I sanllioiiiiima. The eight tables wero
were displayed and Mr. Dodge in Ills ariangeil In these thrto rooms The
explanation of their designs and uses
took ouu charmingly nlleld turning
Japanese, customs nnd stories.
A second talk In this scries of
"Things Jupanefce," by Mr. Dodge, will
be given at the Art League next
Tuesday, May 2nd, at half-past three
o'clock The special subject as giv
en Is "Talks on Old Prints, etc "
Miss Millard's Reception.
Cards are nut for a largo reception
nt the Pleasanton given by Miss M
I Millard on Mny ninth, elpht lo ten.
MIsb Millard was a popular voting
teacher at Punahoii In ninety-six and
Is renewing old friendships lifter a
guests were Invited for half after tw.i.
tho playing begun shortly after. Al
live o'clock delicious lerieshineuts
wero reried. Among those Invited to
this affair wero: Mrs. Thcodoro lm
slug, Mrs. Francis McSloeker, Mrs
Lackland, Mrs Frank Hilsletnl, Mrs
Oat,' Miss Lvdla .cSlocker. Mrs
Fiedeilck Jeuett ljwrey Mrs. John
Dioiv, Mrs. i:. I. Pnxtou. Miss Julie
MrStockir, Mrs. Nelion llskcr Lan
sing. Mrs. Lindsay, ' Mis. II. Castle
Mrs Havmond Drown, Mrs. Smith,
Mrs llocklug. Mrs KinU Wa'erman
Mrs Kllzabeth Chinch Mrs Oriiinud
Wall VI rs Thomas Wall, Mr Hodge
Mrs Center. Mrs, Frederick Dvilghl
.Mrs. (leorgo lleiiton "lr Mis. Cat
ion, Miss Mary f'ultoii Mm F.rue'st
Kopke. Mrs. Ovrrtml 'Mm. Tbeodnrn
Hit hards and nthcis
Banquet In Honor of Judge n.vllou.
.A fnie'voll batnpiol ivu's gliiii at
the ITulyc'isltv Club Tuesday, cumpll
meulniy to Judgo Sldiiej Uallou, who
Ib inesldelit'of Ihe liuji, nnd was one
of tholj.irter ni' mbts. He.il cu na
tions nnd Australian maiden hair
formed a prominent put In the decor-
atlvo scheme. Collogo iciiii.'iuts .mil
flagj weio Inlrudiiied In the decor
ative scheme. Mini rlonir nmeche-
weie iiiailo and luasts eebnnged .mil
a Jolly and ilollnlrful evening ,ik
Pxpuilcniuil 'I hoi, who paitltip-iied
in this dellglitlul affair weio Judgo
Sidnev M. Il'illou (ieneral Macinili
Admiral Cow leu Mr William lllch-
iuiIh CiiRlle. Seiialur Frlc Alfied
KniiilFPii. I'.ijnrister Kteiens, Judge
Whitney, Mr Waller Fraiieia Dilling
ham, llilllsh Consul It C. Forhtdr
Mr. Jack Alk'ii'uii, Major lleiinoti, Dr
Hedeinann. JinL'e l.vtner. Mr. W. 0
Sliiilh, Ml' Flank I' 'J'boinpsou. .IiiiIki
Ch'ules CleinntH. Mr David Andoi-
sou Dr Victor (iaik Mr. Albert
Afoug Mr. l,ni i In , Thurston. Mr,
RnbbltiB Anderson. Mr lluriy Hep
burn, Dr. Hodglns, Mr. It. D. Mead,
Mr Harold Iillllnilnni. Mr. William
Love Mr. (iuulei Atheiton Mr 11
1 I. Marx Mr Walter ( i Smith. Mr
T ('live David Di ll:trvc V Mur-
The lighthouse tender Wistaria was
turned oier by an act of the last Con
mess to the public health ami marine
hospital service and Is now Ivlng al
Kills Island. N. Y. The surgeon gen
era! has requested the recietniy of
the ticasurv to detail a commissioned
olllcer of the Revenue-Cutler Service
lo take temporary clnrge of the Wis.'
larla and supervise Ihe necessary re
pairs to that iescl ami take, her to
Mobile, Ala., w'heie she Is to bo'iised
In connection wllh the (piaraiillnn sta
tion at that port. First Lieutenant
W. II. Munler, executive olllcer of lie
.vioiiuwk, tins neen iieiaiicu to take
command of Ihe WUtaila, In accord
auce wllh the icipiest of tho surgeon
Major and Mrs. Tlpiberlake'o Dinner.
At tho nitlsllc homo at Fort lin
ger, Majurnnd Mrj iiniberlake en
lei tallied nl, dinner complimentary l
Captain ami Mrs. Catter. Tim forpier
of whom Is Adjiitaut-Cuueial on the
staff of Ilrlgadler-Ceneral Maouli.t'
Major mill Mrs Tlnihei lake's dlimeri
aio always beautiful. Ftldaj's nlTalr
seemed to surpass the former affairs
In the w ly of artistic decorations, Tho
huge tiieular table was ornamented
with ten tall silver candle slicks
holding pink eaiiilleit that were sir
lunuiilfil by shades fashioned to rep
rent ioes In the center of the tab,
was a low basket, fllleil with Jm
France macs Ihe monogram ' plice
e.irds vveie garlaiidel wilh roses
This dinner could be called a iosp
dinner, fur Hip favora vveie aho in
these llovieis. Among those ptoi-ent
beside the host and hostess were
Captain and Mrs. CHslou C Carter
Mr and Mrs lleiijamln Isiilge Murx,
Miss Agnes Walker and Mr H Faxon
Mrs. Wllllam5 Heart Party.
Tho (list pari of I ho week Mis
Williams entertained .it n delightful
heart party, that was given nt her
lioino at Fort Huger Tho guests were
Invjted for hair nrter two on Mondaj
afternoim The decoiatloii' iveio var
legateii nasturtiums and maiden hair
ferns Mlsa Cartvvilght won the llisi
pjizp, a pair of silk hosiery and Mrs.
mpnamitmimmnumuimtimjn imii i i , ''' I IIJIL ,'', f'Ut 'f rttgw
Cancc l Pacific Club.
Mies Beatrice Castle's Four O'clock
Major and Mri. Tlmberlakc's Dinner.
Senator and Mrs. Knudsen's Dinner.
r. Williams' Heart Party.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 6herniari','Dlnner, , ,
Mrs. John Dyer'o Bridge Party. ,
Miss Harriet Young's Luncheon;
Mrs. A. S Humphrey's Luncheon.
Ccnaca.nyeroft Nuptials. . r
Mr. and Mrs. Harold" Dillingham'
Dinner. ' , -O'S
Mrs, Putnam's Luncheon.
Mrs. Wtilkcr'o and'-Mrs. 'Bralnar'd
Mr. and Mrs. L. Tenney Peek's Din.
Mrs. C. M, Forster'a Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. .W. II. Cajtle's Dinner.
Mrc Charles Wllder's Luncheon.
Mm. Arthur Marix's Luncheon.
Mrs Tenncy's Luncheon.
Mrs. Neville's Luncheon.
Mrs. Dyer's Bridge Party,
Dinner University Club.
Mil. Cunha's Luncheon,
Miss lenney's Luncheon.
Mis. Frederick Waterhouse't Dinner.
Mies Pratt's Luncheon.
Mrs. Kingsbury's Luncheon.
V ., -' i -.'?'''". -'. v ,V-..v'l
l9" 2. 5,i?M!k
rinfr j ' mFl'f'yGJ'Jr
firahnm or Fort Shafter was awarded
the second prize tin einbioldeied Ma
deira hniidkeichlef. Mrs. Wallace win,
the boo-hoo prize, u tall Canton ehlual
vase. Mrs. Williams Is giving u se
ries of card parties, tho second ono
will occur In May. nrldge will be tho
game chosen for tho second entertain
ment. T'liuso who enjoyed Mrs. Wll.
Kanift' hospitality were Mrs. Waller
CiiwIqs, Sirs. IMvvard iiinheil.iko
Mrs. Cuter. Mrs. Urobilin, Mrs. Clark
Mis. Johnson, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs
(leo Htiwen, Mrs. It. Kingsbury, Miss
Covvle.H and Miss Caitvviight.
Miss Castle's Four O'clock Tea.
A pretty Infniimil tea was given
Tuesday nfieinoou by Mls Ucitrlcu
Castle In honor of Sirs. Frederick
Kingsbury and her sister. Miss Luvi
or Columbus, Ohio Miss Castle itn-1
her giiefls received In the 'drawing
loom, In tho dining room Mrs- Har
old Castle coned tin. shot bet, and
Mis. Richard injured the ten, nt a
largo ciicuhir table ornamented with
while marguerites Miss Vera Damon
and Miss Alice Cooke, assisted In en
tei tabling the guests. Among those.
Invited to meet Mrs. Frederick Ulng.i
hury and Miss I.ove weio Mlss.Cnlh
eilno Coodale, Mis. John I-nlman,
Mrs. Frfdeilek Klamp, Mrs. Mont
ague Cooke, Mrs. Ross Kingsbury,
Jllss Kathelino Stephens, Miss
Louise (ilral'd. Miss Jesslo Kennedy,
Miss Wilhelmlua Tenney, MIhs Hoi Ilia
Koepkc Miss Claire vVllllams, Miss
lMllh Williams, Miss Vera Damon
M,rH Rlclrird Cooko, Mrs, Alfred
Castle, Mis. Harold Castle, (Miss
Alico Cooko, Miss Ida Koepkc and
Dear tojhe Heaits of the Women.
DR.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for Particular Women.
who Desire to Retain a
Kvery woman owe It to he mo If and
loved ones to retain the charm of youtli
nature ha LrMowiHl upon her. For ovvr
half a century thin article lius ren utetl
by actrcfiKVH, ulnKem and women of
fuslilon. Jt renUerH the Hkln llko the
hoUm-sB of velvet leaving It clear and
Ieurly will to und in highly desirable when
meparliitf for dally or evening uttlre. Am
ii i u iniuiu unu iiuiiKiJunjr jitpuruiiuii( m
It rfniutnH unnoticed, AVhen uttendlliK
nances, uain nr mner enteriainmenis, it
jireventa n yrenuy uptieuruneH of the coin
lilexlun caused by the skin becoming
Gouraud'i Oriental Cream cures fckln
ill Heaves and telleves HunLnrn. Heinnven
Tan, 1'lmpleH UlackheudH, Moth 1'atchea,
Hash, Fteikb'S und VulKir Hodues.
a delicately tkur und retlued complaxlon
AOBOMMIta W TM O.TKUU
i -r ti ' r
Tellow and Muddy skin, giving
vviacn every wumun ueeirin. ...
No. 10 For sale by DrugEltand Fancy Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jone Street, New York.
EVERY DEPARTMENT FILLED TO OVERFLOWING WITH NEW SPRING GOODS
A Beautiful Display of
A wonderful selection of churmlnK
creations desluned In our workroom
perfuct harmony of colors nnd choic
est combination of colors; tery
latest chic, smart shapes; for street
nnd dress wear.
ATTRACTIVE TAILORED VALKING
Vlth every new Idea and coloring.
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES HATS
A nice assortment of tho most de
sirable, trimming nnd shapes, braids,
(lowers, feathers, ornaments
EVERYTHING IN MILLINERY
Wash Dress Goods
Thousnnds bf ynrds of pretty new
dress fabrics In whlto nnd colors ar
now beln shown In this department.
FLAXON Recognized by discrimi
nating women as being unequaled for
Summer wear 'i hae It In nil qual
ities nt mainland prices feme buiu
tlful colored uoodn in the same ma
terial with tin border ufcet In con
Scotch Plaid Ginghams
30c PER YARD
Marquisette and Voile
FINE QUALITY SOc A YARD
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
A Linen Occasion
TOR MONDAY MORNING, MAY 1
Special 1100 to
3 75 to
TABLE CLOTHS and NAPKINS of doublo satin climask, In
tlulKli; very htiuil-ionii patlirnx
.'x.' J 75 to t t! 'id
J;li . .. 4 'ift to S Ml
2x3 coo to io :o
j'sxaV .. . .inri0 "
DOUBLE SATIN TABLE DAMASK-III liamUuinn- ileslfjns. 75c.
to f 75 Special. COe, k5c. $1 uud I.' 55 '
PLAIN LINEN CLOTHS, Hemstitched -5U54, ClxC3, 72x72 ii
Jx',0 Hpeel.l IhO, JO 50. H7ri
EMBROIDERED LINEN PILLOW SHAMS Onlv two pairs to .
tiru tj.. ji. r,ti jr.. ., ,o spoii.ii. n ,,( si', r,, j..t,, $5,50
urn- vvliob sto, It of CHINESE HAND-EMBROIDERED GRAS8
III linvln Table i'i-iiImh, Ten ('Inth- Scurf und lit dHpieails, ut
Jl. II -'5
J7 50 and
DR.ESS GOODS SPECIAL
FOR MAY 1st
IMPORTED WHITE SWISS in II
III 1,1 v.ilii' '! per uril
"ALLOVER" neat de It'll 60c per
Pure Silk Hose
AVith link milt ami Kiirter We in
1'i'iit this va)i it- In Mack, whltt! u nit all
fushiuimltltj tuUn-H to match our roj
tmne ,ut $1 :: p r uv
Pure SilR Hose
lllnck vvlib mauve unrUr. 75c per
New Designs in
liiiludiiii; IVr lau and Oilviilnl p.il-
lllll- A full lllll' UT 1-1.1 1 II llilllls ut
JOc pt r Mild
New Spring Tailored,
Suits for Women
Capes and Wraps?
IN ALL THE NEW 8HADES
Alterations free uud uuarniioiI,
A splendid showing of black nnd
colored DltUSS (Jo(H)S and S1I.KS.
Women in search qf fushlupalile inn
lcrl.il lor Sprjiut and Hunimer frocks
will llud hen, u very uxrlusv slock
to select from.
Only one of each pattern'
Imported Bl'R Broadcloih
51 Inches wldi i Spring weight, fully
ponged and shrunk, nt S3 u Mini
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Opposite Fire Station.
'-i,..-. ..a.uh. 1 1 itijiin turn iii'iiitisAilWilh '
fhm '-'' .,, L-mAs..
M&k&Jiti .VVifitf 'ibf.wfe x
jl. ..I'll. m..r-. ' 3 . .'. - .- A . . j ..- - t J&
fr ri-'-- rlJir rfnffii! rff-Hffifi-H1- tm"' yfc'
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