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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 29,-1911.
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. WeeKly Calendar
Honolulu first Degree.
IImuiiIIiui 'llilril Degree.
All rltltltig members of Us
.Jrder lire cordially Invited to
ittend meetings of local lodgrs
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
jidiuc rnnnirctipi mempeu ui
mnniiic r-nuiKtcna ntt,., ..
JEHEFICIALAJSop.IATIOH. cintiom cor-
T.AWAI1AN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meeu every first and third Thurs-
isys of Hch raonth nt Knights of
Jythlas Hull. Visiting brothers cor
H.IW Invited to attend.
H. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V TODD, C. of It.
SONOtUIU AERIE, 140. . 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
sTSSDAY tvsnlngi or each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Cretan la and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles tro Invited to st
and ai:o a davis w r.
1VM C. McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU L0BOE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, D. P. O:
filks, meets In their hall, on King
trust, near Fort, every Friday eve
ilng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
ivited to attend
JA8. D. DOUdHEHTT, B. R.
GEO T. KL.UEQEL, Sec.
VM McKINLEY LOUSE. NO. 8,
leei.B ersry 2nd and 4th Saturday
renlng .nt 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P,
Hall, cor. Fort and Heretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tnd. F. F. K1LT3HY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. 8.
Every flrni has Its policy for doing
business Our pulky Is to Rive ou
tho best, and we feci that the in
ilorscments Klvcn by thousand of
satisfied customers warrant us In
saying wo feel time our best Is
- better than the nest of other:
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
When Building a
Put In your haute the most con- W
venient and economical arrange-
Mn f.N wiPATirjr-. tup iiatu m
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For in- pa
Tormaugn ana prices oi -uani-more
SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything Now Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Jlnsonlc IJiiIldlng, corner Hotel mid
Tlio best Louies In town to lit curj
iswSUy in 1c-Oja: 1h face
j PATTERNJATS 1
I On Display Tuetday By
MILTON & PARSONS PI
STENCIL PATTERN8 and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
. MISS WOODARD'S,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone numbers
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
same as printed In the telephone direc
toryBusiness office, 2256) editorial
Autos, i par hour, IjcwU Stablos.
It goes without snylng that every
thing Is llest nt The Kncore.
Engineer Duncan has nssuniod hi"
new iIuIIch at llio Migni mill sit J I ;i -knlau.
(iay'a ami Joo Knlnnu'a locomobile
can be found nt thq. Auto Livery;
A hoisn belonging to n storekeeper
nt lnunalioclwe strangled Itself In lt-
stall lat week.
Vhltnc & .Mnrsh will begin n
eloaranee sale of ladles' ready-to-wear
on Monda morning.
Tim! S. driver, who lias been with
Mars In lli- Orient, passed through Ho
nolulu e-Uor'Iny en route homo from
W.itih for the newspaper girl In tbo
blir automobile on Monday She will
Mill tho i; veiling Ilu I let I n to
ill I Mill) IK
That meet of Mrduicii nt Lcllehtia
ii. xt month, when Musson ntid Walker
will lly monoplanes, should draw big
i rnvnh from Honolulu.
J. W. A. Hedhouse, wittehmaker and
Jeweler, has resumed business In thu
Masonic Tumiilc. Alukcii street. First
class watchwork n specialty.
Correct styles and correct prices In
millinery, will bo found at Milton &
Parsons, Hotel sticet, opposite Young
The Bulletin Illustrated tpecinl
edition will be of much interest to
friends, as it describes and pictures the
land you livs In or are visiting.
Oct your clothes mndo to your own
measnro nt rendy-nindo pi lees by
Ceo. A. Martin, Knplolanl Wdg. Suits
$20 and up.
Mnrston Campbell. Superintendent
of I'ublli- Works Is planning a junket
1 i the imilnlnml and will leave the
Turl'oiv mid bis duties May tr.th.
No reason has yet been assigned for
Campbells departure f'oni llio Terrl
ior A senteme of two years .Imprison
ment was Imposed iiion A. Herring
h Judge Clemons this morning, tho
man having plead guilt- to a gravo
crime His sister, charged with a
similar offense, was sentenced to one
Mr. Claude II. lllrdseyo and his
pnity or assistants arrived by the last
iMnnna Kca from lluunltilu Ip make n
geological Hiitvey of Kolialn, and lot-
ei;, the other district of, llio Island
They lme uicrli'ill a "lout elt ' on
the upper end
id nfi'bo 1
field, where the p.kl nlll bo located,
Mr Illrdseye with f.In wife and child
are occupying the cottage In Mr. John
Hind's, vftrtl. Kohala Midget.
MKS. II W nOWK.S', who has been
In Aiistialla for a year visiting rela
tives, was a roturnlng passenger In
the Koatiindla and la residing at her
Alcwu Heights residence
n epicure Is n professor of gas
New lork Methodists luivo raised
JloO.000 for inlt-Hlonary work In Ko
rea Yil there Is Adams efiufity, O,
and apparently Vermillion county, II.
Be Your Own
Cull at the Honolulu Dairy
men s Association, Ltd, on Hlier
lilan street, -between 10 and II
o'clock any morning, and sen how
milk Is bundled by cliwirlc ireat
ment and sanitary methods, to
lie placed w'ltli tho consumers so
It will bo nlioluttl) pure, and
fre from gu-in llfu und bacteria.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Enterprise to Sail Wednesday.
The Mnlmiii Navlgstlon steamer Iln-
leipilse Is taking on freight at llilo
preparatory to sailing for San l-'iau
elseo on Wednesday. Seernl passen
gers liac been booked nt the time or
sailing of the steamer Manna Kea
The American ship John Kna Is re-
ported to have sallod from Hllo for, made of itcrsonnl baggage of outgoing
Honolulu wjth 2H00 tons sugar on passcngeis. The Mancliuila ralleil
linnrd The cssel comes here to' minus her second slcwaid and main
coniilelo cargo destined for III" Iiki ! deck watelunati who hud been held
coast or the United Slates Pew ni' pending nil investlgitlim of i-hurgo-i
awaio or tho fact that the Ship John! of attempted smuggling of opium.
!'na lias ninilo the faslcst trip he-. rs
tween tho Islands mid llio Allanlle Hawaii Sugar.
Coast that Is on record since that of Purser Phillips of the steamer M.i
the Dieadnoughl. in ISfiO. On her la't' """ Kea from Hawaii ports btlngs
voyage. In which she sailed fiom hero I report of the, following ronslgnnients
the, John Kna reached Philadelphia or sugar awaiting shipment: Olaa
wllh a mil cargo or sugar. In the l"3; Wnlakea 10,non; Hawaii Mill
splendid lime of SI las a reeoi I fiOOO; Wnlnnku Wind; Ononie.t 1fU3;
which haR only been beaten four I
times In history and Ihen bv the
famous clippers, which still hold the
majority of the fast sailing records
of the woild
The Bonlrln and the Shehalls are
both gelling c!o?o lo the end or dls
cliargliig their cargoes and the ror
mcr may gel nwny by Monday and
the latter by Wednesday.
A Quarantine Regulation.
During the present period or iiuar
a lit llio tho following Is one or tho
regulations to bo observed by Intend
ing travelers to the const:
"Passengers will please desist from
taking on board any foodstuffs, r.s
well hs bottled water (Including soda
wutcrt, candles and milk. All baggage
will be Inspected by officers of tho
"IT. B Quarantine Bervlco and nny such
articles found will be confiscated, be
sides causing Inconvenience and do
lay to passengers. Only paper lels
will bo allowed on board on passcn
gcts. "Baggage for sealed compartment
must be delivered on Alafcea wharf
before) scen o'clock In the morning.
"Passengers nro requested to fie n'-
the wharf not later (ban forty-five
minutes pi lor to hour of sailing and
lo hao their tickets and hand bag
gago ready for Inspection by the quar
Mauna Kea With Frolicsome Sheep.
Fiollcsomo bheep kept everybody
guessing at tho Mauna Kca wharf this
morning ns somo !!73 head wcro tin
loaded from the Inler-Isl.ind flagship
after a voyngo across the Hawaii
channel. Tho sheep wcro being
transferred from the lower hold of
the ship to double decked wagons.
Somo would attempt to got away mid
then tho fim would commence.. The
rams In the Hock llspht)ci! much :ic
tilt nnd In taking nn erratic course
over llio wharf they would cumo into
collision with portly ladles and toddl
ing children. Even though Several
officers attempted to reclto stanzas
from Kipling, I he nnlmals fulled to
calm down ns long ns there appoarod
an avenuo for escape.
The Mnuna Kca brought tho usu-il
ashoitmcnt of cargo Including omn
llos that at ono time contained cool
ing beverages for judded, lllloites
The height list Include,! iwu mot,
cord wood, one auto, consignment of
chickens and tin keys und lt.filU feet
of olila lirinher. A fair Ilu of passen
Ships that Passed In the Night
Ship i in tho inlcr-lsland sorvlco
ami paused during tbo homeward til.i
or tho flagship Mauna. Kca Included
the steamer Kalulaul topoited at Hu
kalau, llio Htcnnicr Mnul nl Kiikalau
steamer Kauai at Pminhnii and tbo
steamer Nillinu nt Honokua. Tho lat
ter vessel was taking on sugar nnd
should arrive at Honolulu today, Tho
steamer Helcne was passed at Mahu-
kona loading sugar and to tnko on cat
llo at Kawalliao today arriving hero
Manchuria Off for the Coast.
It was but a few minutes nftcr Inn
o'clock this morning that tho Pari He
Mnll steamor Miiiicliu.-la pulled away
from tho wharf for San Francisco.
PrtFseugors who hoaidcd tho vessel
nt Honolulu Included CI cabin and 9
s'lecrago At tho last mlnulo Y II
Craig, tho joung man who caused a
bin- in plantation circles by his'at-l,,Ti
ictupts to recruit labor, was dctitlncil.its
W.C. Peacock& Co., Ltd
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Tradea Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Tbo Klcnnier look on n. Email amount
of Hawaiian products Including somo
shipments of eoITeo ami bananas. The
Territorial band wns tuesenl at Ala
kea wharf and played a pleasing pro
gram befoio the milling nf the steam
er. The cpiarantlnc kept nny and all
Moral lels fibni llio wharf and llio
ship. Kxanilnntlon had lilso been
Pepeekeo SflOO; Ilnnlmiii KffnO; lluka
lau 21 '.Oft; l.uup.ihdchoc lllion,
Ookiila r,.-,0(i:- KiiUnlun (D) 3711; Ku
knlau (II) 346J Koholnlelo 75110; fa
nuliau (fiOOO; Honokua 22.nn"; Ku
kulhaele 1ft 200; Punaluit SOBS, Ho
iiiiapo 41701 sacks.
Footing Suey Meets Bttfllng Winds.
Tho bark Fooling Suey which left
Honolulu somo days ago has been
meeting with ndversc winds In an at
tempt lo beat Into tho port of Kti
huliil. Tho vessel Is repotted to have
been f-eon on tho Mnul port on lust
Wednesday but owing lo strong winds
prevailing nt tho tlmo (ho vessel was
mialile to mako port nnd had-not been
sighted since. The Fooling Suey Is
to take on sugar- nt' Kahulul for the
list roast of tho United States.
Virginian to Sail Eearly In May.
Advices received, at tho office of
the Amcrlcim-Hnwallan lino stats
that the steamer Virginian will sail
fiom Puget Sound ports ror Honolulu
on May Dili. This vessel Is iindcr
slood as bringing down a goodly con
signment of freight (in- Island ports.
Ueroro leaving HaviSI -tho'JVlrlnlan
Is scheduled to enrrv Iwrfrn Ibntisnml
Ions sugar for thu Istiinius'or Tchiian-
Alackan Off for leland Sunar.
Thb lAtnerlcaii-IInwallan freighter
Alaskan hns sailed for Island ports
to tnko dn a shipment of sugar for
transhipment i.cross llio Islilnius if
Telninntepcc. The vessel will depitlj
ironi lino the last port or call taking
twelve thousand tons sugar with des
tination nt S.illna Cruz. Tho Alas
kan has somo six hundred tons struc
tural steel ror discharge nt Hllo.
Island Beats Cue Tomorrow.
Inter-Island btcamoiH with suga
nnd general eaigo nio diuS to arrive
early loinonow morning. Tho steam
er Kliiau should bo nil early arrival
with a full shipment of sugar, Ac
cording lo the purser's report of the
Mauna Ken. tbo slcnnior Mlknlinln
fiom Molokal. Maul and l.nunl will
show up on Similar morning with a.
vailely or Hawaiian products.
Arlzonan W th New York Cargo.
New Ymk i-ugo that left tho IJ.isI
enact or tbo I'uit.ed States by tho
Aiiierlcan-llnwall.in Btemuer Hawall
iin on Mnreh !)lh nnd tho Texan of
tho bame lino nn MaicTi lEIh Is duo
lo.mrive nt lloiujlulif by (ho freighter
Arlzonnn duo here on or about May
Clh. The cbsel Is ptoeeedlng by the
way or Sallna Cruz, San Frnnelbco
Kona Liner Due Tuesday.
The Inler-Island bteamer Mntida
l.oa Is duo lo arrlvn'from Kona and
Knu porta caily Tunsday morning
This vessel may hrlng n 'shipment of
cattlo and sugar. '
Sierra on the Way. '
According to ruble advices received
at noon tndnj tbo 8. S. Sierra It-rt
Sail Frnticlr.io at "cloven o'clock' this
roinuooii for Honolulu.
an Invitation to nddresa tho tenth bi
ennial convention or tho Ilrotlirliniul of
Itiiilwuy Trainmen at Ilarrisburg, Pu.,
Mundiiv. May II.
Lnteinler nnd roso perfumes aro said
lo be filial to mlcrniies.
Ilusslu ldauted 240,4 19,350 acres In
year, tho largest ncrengo In
Saturday, April 29.
Hawaii and Mnul liorts Mauna
Ken, stmr. n.-m.
Friday, Apr. 20.
Sallna Cruz via Island p.irlu Alas
kan, A.-lt. 8. 8.. r. p. m,
Australian .porlR via Fanning Inlnn-I
-Mnkura, O.-A. 8. 8., 2:.10 p. m.
Hawaii via Mnul porlH Clniidlne
Httnr., r i. in. '
San Finnchcti .lamns Juhnsoii, Am
hk Inc., p. in.
Saturday, Apr. 29.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
S. S., 10 ii. nl,
I PA08CNQERO ARRIVED
Per slmr. Mnuna Ken from Hllo
via wny ports A. Iteslnrlck, Misses
Ollbert (2), J. C. Souza, It. Qiilnn. A
Oartenbcrg, K. J. I-ord, II. F. Dllllng
hani and wfo. Mrs. K. Sllvu. r, chil
dren nnd nurse, (leo, llcggnity, wife
tind sou, T. P. AJollii, C. Ilcnny, W
II. Wallaco, Mrs. M. Halo, Hev. K
Shlmtzn. F. Crossby nnd wife. Miss
Eaton. Miss A. Weight C. A. lkiyle
W. II. Hongs, Misses Holt (2). MIhs
(liekow Holt, W. K Clinng. Yatiia
naka, 8. lllinno, J. V. Marrlel, Il.-Oor-maii,
Mls3 Dutro, O. B. Srlmefer and
wire. Miss M. Kaulil. Miss J. II.
Woods, Mlsi A. R Muynai'il. D. Ixmo
hlwa. It. A. MrWayno, F. A. Alex
ander and wife, 8. Tanaka. (leo. W
Carr, A. .1. Sllvu. It. A. Wadsworlh.
A. M. Hi-nun. J. S. W'nlker. 1). II
Case, II. M. (llllel. Dr. K. lllrcli, Miss
T. Asnno, PrlncesB Zuzanne. A. Mnv
er, Mrs. Schelle. Mr. O'llrien. O H.v
ntl, Mr. Jones W. Prcstldge, Jr.
Per P. M. S. S. Mancbiirln, for Sin
Francisco, April I!). Mrs. M. tVel"
ker, Mrs. A. I Ilulleno, Miss P. W.
Wnlsnn' David llarth wife nlid two
chlldien. A. M. MeKeever. Mrs. A. W.
Adams, Ilov. A. Cordon, E, Young,
Mrs. K. Young. H. Y. Irvlno II. A
Wilson and wire, Mrs. 8. F. Hay. II
F. Wlchmaii nnd wire, Miss K. Wlch
man. Miss S. Wlchmnn, Judge Sldnov
Ballon and wire, Miss Ilarbaiu llal
lou, Miss B. Iliirnett. Miss U MJv,
W. K. Chung Cyrus Hall and wife, E.
Cnlderon, F. B. Craig Mrs.V. W. Jen
nlng, Chas. McNab nnd wire, Mls N.
McNab, 'Anton I.enndio" A. E. Itcstar
Ick, Rev. A. I.. Hall. Dr. Henry ',.
Pratt. Win. II. Halrd nnd wire. Mls
Tnleson, MrS. Rulli (Ininclt. Miss 1
Hnrnclt, Mrs. N. 1). Wlllard, ,f. Mnudl
K. Iwnkaml ond servant. F. W. Mac
rarlane, F. P. .ell, .1. W. Copellu, Mrs
Dlnklnge, Mrs. Wm. J. Lent, A. F
U. S. ARMY GETTING HUME
ON BOii OF MEXICO; LOOKS JUS
'I he Civil War pension list was t
tiftled by rruiikllu MmVeiigli, Secre
tary of the Tri.i-.urv, In nn aildrf" at
tlie opening scxhion of the ililn nth mi
until uiCutlliK of the Aiiii-rleiiii A.id
emy of Political nnd Social Se-leiui In
Philadelphia when he advocated a ilvll
service ponslon tor Bovcriupent em
ployes A nuiehlue to tm n oit concrete roor
Ini; tiles In the mini? voy that terra
cotlu tiles me made, exoepl that Ink
ing is uuneci-Ntfai v , bus been InviuUd
rfe "-- V '
JplR'W cL . - IMOUNTIMS FIELD -fV
V- fIi " IV l I ART1LLEKT -. .
by uu Indluna uuu
Mr. T. V. Wllcher was compcli'lr
reslored to lienlth mid vigor by
llnifj's l'nre Malt lXhWtcy uftcr
n t-i'icre itllurk of miil.trla had so
HcaKeni'd lilm Hint Ills s)-trm
rrvpiilidcd to no nllitr trraliiieut.
In n recent letter Mr. Wllcher
wrote- "I am Relighted to ndd
my testimony to the tntellcnt Motil
ity and iiImi the bencllclal clfectR
or Duffy's Pure Malt Whhkey. 1
bail ii very Severn attack of malaria
rover, fiom wlikh I never entirely
I'ecovorcd until I used lluffv's Puto
Malt Whiskey After Inking ond
bottle tlib nervous feeling left mo
mid 1 felt like a new ' innu. I
be.utlly recommend Duffy'ii Pure'
Mult Whiskey to any ono conval
escing from fi er or suffering frimi
liny wnstilig disease. Tnken piop
irly In Hinnll doses It will pioduce
wonderrul results." T. Vlnco
Wllcher, I'nlon Point, (In.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
as u Ionic and slliiiulnnt when con
vulcsiiiig after fever Is the great
est Hlrength-glver known to sci
ence. It nlds In destroying tho dlsj
ease germs und restores 'tissues In
a gradual, natural manlier. It
stlinulate.1 the heart notion. If
weak mid run dow,n, take a ten
spooniut four times n day In half u
glass or milk or water. Sold every
where IN SEALED DOTTLES
The DitiYv .Mall XVItUke) Co.,
Hechc-lcr, ,N. V., V. S. .
Recent rl'os In the stork of Hono
lulu Consolidated lends additional In
tel cut to the following oil news, which
Ih the latest received from the, Cali
Further details me nt hand con
cerning llio previously reported big
deal by which English Interests, sabl
(o be contiolled by tho Rothschilds,
am In process of acquiring a grea'
oil propel (y In California. In addition
to the Associated. Oil properties, tho
syndicate Is said to have acquired
options on the Uiuoii Producers'. Em
pire. Do l.ute. Republic and oilier
rnmiinulcV prois-rlles Tho ileil Is
said lo have been engineered bv Wll
Ham P ll.iminon, the well-known
mining mall. A large number or pio
nillienl English capltulls.H have been
111 llio State for borne time looking
over nil prospects.
A new oil company In tho flainiov
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
field Is tho Hunllngtoii Lnn.d and Oil
Company of Hunllnglrm, W. Vn. It
has ll'.o urrcs adjoining tho properly
of tho North Amcilcan 1'elrolouni
Company, nnd Is pa'inrlng to do extensive-
development work. The North
American Is proving up lis twenty
Mx ounrtor sections of land 'In tho
field, nnd will begin drilling ns soon
ns that work, Is accomplished. It has
nlrendy put mVMen derricks on ten of
the different lioldlilgi, ,"
ii is rcponcu on good miuiumy
Xrom llakorlleld Hint (Itorgft Cnmorim
and tlio other Sip Francisco Inter
ests that iimrhuFiM 11(0 I.ohI Hills
Mining Conlinny for $17G."00 mo no
gollntlng with the Lost Hills Coiiso
lldnted Oil Company of,tbli city for
(be purehnso of Us 290laeies of laud
clear In tllle, In sections 2 and 31,
2(1-21, In llio Ixibt Hills, for close lo
i;0,000. The comp-uiv was orginl7cd
last summer when the first itish lo
llio 1-ort Hills wns begun. Tho mom
hers locnled tho Ijnd, and then vvero
compelled to defend their rlghli
against Inliuders. Al tho prerenl tlmo
Ihev bold 2!0 neies In clear. It Is
imdertoni Hint llio nlntrnrl Is now
111 Hie hands of the pinspccltvo pur
chnser. and their approval of the ti
tle Is nit that stands In the way or
llio sule. Two hundred acies are in
nct Inn 2(1, -2fi-2l, and the oilier nine
ty In section 31. -20-21.
tltockboMers In llio Anaheim Union
Water Company, on whose propertv
oil mm rounded by tbo Amalgamated
are greatly edaled over tlio outlook
for rnvnlllon. und decl.iro thai llio dis
covery of oil on tbo reservoir ulu I".
Ihn greatest Ihlug that his happened
In the.' district In enrs.
The Amnlgaiililod well hnsl 'been
producing for tin, past ten davs :it
T.ie i.ite of CM) tn 7(10 barrels a dav.
The nil nan Elriiek at a depth of
about 2!i!U feet, und drilling wan roll
tinned lo 312"i reel p-isslng HiioiikIi
over 3no reel of oil nr-nd.
At a depth or 2r.(i3 feet, tho Til
bune OIIConiiany. In (ho Mldwav
District, drilling on bcellon 3.L. 3I-21
.Is In firteeu root or oil sand. There
Is n heavy gas prcuro present and
the eompnny has tho hole full of mud
and water In order lo keep tho pres
sure under rontiol. Tho formation
Is snld lo shape up with that id tlio
Honolulu wells In the vicinity, mid .i
good producing well Is loked forward
Tho Santa 'Maria Pertoleuin and
Pino I.lno Company, capitalized nt j
$1,u00,0()0, has been Incorporated. Tho
Incorporators aro Snmtiol Sussiuan
.. J Huldcn. W. (I. Jack, and F. S
McAllister, or San Finnebni; J. W
Goodwin or Redwood Cllj : .1. K M(r
fltl and F. A Denleke of Iteikelcy
There are 3.",.00n Minieu of a p-ir value
or $100 ouch.
ewc-nuLi ftin aos PAv-jaei
REAL WAR .
? . ZTY.