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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FHIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911,
Leal Brothers Carry Off Many
Prizes During the
Down on llio I'linnhuti lipid cstcrdny
(iftcinoon from 1:30 lo r o'clock there
were races of all kinds for clillilrcn
A lnrpe croud jt parent nml chll -
dren Rnthcrcd nt Hip Held lo spend. tho
afternoon, nml llio joiinc folkM hail a
Jolly (rood llmo competing III the dlf.
ferent merB nnd carrying off sumo.
Lorrln Andrews had llio time of his
niu Hci-pin irncn oi mo onirics ior;room, nnd heforo tlio linll opened, tin
,u.u iiiuirciii vvi'iiib, m uiero wero
about llirec trials In each inco on nc-
count of so many entries.
licfrtre tho ract beRan there wore
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nil the time.
When the children wero not In the
races they would fiatiier nround tho
picnic tnblo nnd help themselves to tho
ealnbles which were prepared for them,
who won two nrlzpt pacli
Tho Ix-nl brothers Oeorco mid Wll.
, iiu .Mill iiniuiirii, c.corKO lino 11
Ham. w.ro tho heroes of boys' races'
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wero Riven Roo4 prl.e,. with hnsebnl. 7t o; , Z.hS n.l ' "CtWCr" ll,r,, ?"" "" 'Tu ""l B,n da"n CXPeUd', ,
hats, masks nnd balls tnklnB n promt. nfte .nldnlB ht late cars belnBn, by ",0yC8 0r B0W '" ,W"rk ,n,," llnwo1 Tl,, D"'0 mnnmr ,m" Im- " HorKI,,B
ncnt nrt , mieiiniiiniKiii, inie cars ncmc, run iiy , 1M p,,,,,,,,, ri.mpany's cannery. mi0 for leu das but the plneap-
Tha stars of the runnhiB races for L ' ' ' "" , M.nwr J J. DowIHib of H,e Hawaii ,0 n,o Jwl now beRlnnlnB In "...o
t wore C. Cullon nnd IjiTtlf. Tinker . ' ., . . ,. 1'rescrviiiB 1'oinp iny sain louay mm u finin the Itelds mid In n week or two
" "" "- " "!- "- niul tho chlldreirs t.
carrylnB off a wliolo baseball outfit for.jy on ,10 0c i,inH
themselves. (JeorBe Ial carried oft ,, row l.irsn crowds,
three prizes, whllo Ills brother won tuo. rriipnH llt of tv,1
inn .la.m was -n mieniinnco uurmB
the Intter part of tho nfternoon. nml
Tho baud was 'n nttendnnco durlnir
added much to the entertainment of tho
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The olllclals In chnrBo of tho yotinR
stcrs" sports cnrrlcd everything throuBh
without u hitch.
Tho public arrived In grcut numbers
nil diirlnB the nfternoon and took In'oln(,r n,jPK presldlnB nt the pourlni?.''l'l""0 nnd Jap.uipse Tho work Is
the rnccs. Tho vnrloua events wero Conmi n n n .-0rster received Infor- IlKlit nnd girls nml boys readily llnd
well contested In u few races thcro )nny brtwccn A nml B .cloc1- rvnin'pmplnynient.
vcro dead heats and tho rnccs hud to ,ho ,,,,,,, t0 thn .llnKt i, cjoycdf About ten hours conttllutes u day.
bo run over. ! themselves, nnd the yniuifrer children ami tho wnpo scale, which will hold
Tho olllclals In charRo of tho sports, ,,,, ,,,,,, 0Fpccn)1.. provided for, mln-'nbout the sniito'fnr both cunnerlet. Is
wero as follows: inturo toboBRnn tildes, .seesaws and from seven to twenty cents nn hour.
iicieree. i nui v"Per. cicru oi course,'
Irfirrln Andrews; starter, John Soper
announcer, O. II. Tuttlo; Judses, J. n.
JI. Mnclcun, O. Bustard nnd W. It.
Tho results of tlio different events
were ns follows;
Kitty yards dash, girls, 7 to II 1st,
S A. Clark: 2nd, C. Cullcn; .In!. Until
Klfty yards dash, boys. 7 to 11 1st,
II. Harvey; Slid, GeorBO Leal; 3rd, W
Klfty yards, Rlrls, 12 to IS 1st, T.
Harrison! 2nd. T. Aticrhtteh; third, bot
One hundred yards, boys, 12 lo 15
1st. II Whltoj 2nd, Vernon Harris; 3rd.
Olrls. potato race. 7 to II 1st, R
Harrison; 2nd, II. Mejer; 3rd, C. Cul
Hoys, potato race, 7 to 11 1st, fleo.
I.011I; 2nd, W. I,enl; 3rd. J. Smith.
fllrls, potato race, 12 to IS 1st. May
Walker; 2nd, I,. Hach; 3rd, N Jatnes
nos, potato race, 12 to IS 1st, Ver
non Harris; 2nd, Otto Mejer; 3rd, Os
Three-lPRRed race, Rlrls, 7 lo IS
1st, N'aonil James olid I Rncle; 2nd,
Klnrcnco Davis and D. Wnlkcr; 3rd,
May Tinker and O. Trnut.
,t.Three-lcR rnce, boys, 7 to IS 1st,
Vernon Harris nnd OcorBo. lu-nniley;
2nd. OeorKO Leal nnd Harold Harvey;
3rd, D. Iirnnch nnd Frank Day.
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Medical writers declare It Incurable
nftcr tho sixth inonTh whether nlbu
menoua or not,
Thu nvernRe man prefers lo think of
It as "kidney trouble" and lets It bo,
but the census shows this appalling
fact out of G.1,000 Ueatlm from kidney
troubles tho Inst census year, over
nlnc-tcnths of them (08,000) took tho
form called "IlrlRlit's Disease," nlthoiiRh
It Is nnlto probablo that nine-tenths of
theto up to tho last moment thouRht
of It as nnd called It "kidney trouble,"
when as a matter of fact tho only pos
slblo hope laid through a spcclllo for
Thcro never was ono until Fulton
worked out his Itenal emollient (Ful
ton's Itcnnl Compound).
Slnco then tnllnminatlon of tho kid
neys, whether albumcnous or' not, or
whether called "kidney1 trouble" or
"BrlBht's Disease." of whether six
months or ulx years old, comlnonly
If you have had kidney trouble over
ulx months, no matter what ymi call It,
It Is tho only hope. nillclency 87
whero patients do not wait until bed
ridden, althouRh some of them recover.
It can be had In Honolulu at tho Ho
nolulu Drug Co.
Wo desire to hear from and advlso
with patlolits not'nntliiR the usual Im
provement by tho third bottle. Liter
ature mailed freo. Write John J. Kul
ton Co., 6tC Battery St, San Francisco,
Whllo fauna! naturalists of north
ern New Jersey afe engaged In a do
tcrmlned effort to get rid of tho mos
quito and lo curb the tliroatcnod In
vasion of thq seventeenth year locust,
floral naturalists Imvo suddenly found
their problem in an unprecedented
development of the dandelion,
2185 edltuilnl rooms 3250
business ofUce. These ure the tele
phoue Dumbers of the Uulletln.
DAY ENDS WITH -
BALL AT MOANA
Crowning of King George Is
Widely Celebrated In
Itonoliilu'H celebration of forciiiiitlnii
Day dosed limt nlnlit with the lull nl
the Mourn lintel, which mm ono of the
lirllllnnt events r thcrsoclnl season. It
Ii estimated Hint during the ovcnhiR
n thousand persons were present. The
hotel wns decorated III Ilrltlsh nnd
American Haps nnd bunting, nml the
kcciio mum one of Ray color.
Duiic-Iiir wan held In Ihoihotcl dining
informal reception wild held on llio ii-
per, lanal, with Hrltlsh Consul n 0. It
Korstor at llio head of tho receiving
i,ln Mr;all(, Mr T dive Davlc. Mr.
M, n(1crt t'jitlnti. tho-Hev Canon
. iisbornn nnd Mrs. Ushnrne nnd Mr. n
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I.Mr i' .u. Hunnzy wero mso n mo
rcccIMm,- line Mimic was furnished by
. mrlno band mid n ipilntct club, i.tirtlns tb
Tho RtlicrliiK whs notably'coyinopnl.1,,,',. ,,,'
nan, nnn tho uniforms or mo military faii.. .. .l
-. , uiu nun iiixiii ,110 niii'.'iui fiiriiiri" .
. -"l" ' mmi. ir 1.1
, .ptw pen Ihn K loir u nnd Oiteeiit IpmtiH.
(Ion cricket mntcli nt Alexander rigid
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nhou campus Brounds,
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not only of Ilrltlsh.
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nricrnmin wns fine with only oc-nslon.. ",,K"1' '"' " '""" " '"
L, snlniier. of ml... n.o i.,Jh .ierorn..l,rv-' Kr.itindless. 'jwo hiiiulred wc
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tlons nt tho campus nnd field, the brlKlit "" y "'' " 'k "
drpssps of tho feminine eontliiBont nnd '"" '"" '" " rmpI.Tcd when tho
tho tropical settlns toscthcr BlvlnB the ''" Is busier. Chinese. Japane-e.
occasion n festlvo nlr. Kornins, Hnwallans, 1'orluRiiete nnd
Tho cricketers ndjourned for ten nt oih" iMtlonnlUlm nro represented In
4!Sil nVloek. Mrs. T, Olive Tlnvlet nml the Workers, but IllOtt of them nro
..,... 1m.in ,.,, fllrll,i1Ni ilV tl.n
committees. Tho children's sports were
well handled niul nnl ony drew imiiiy
entiles, tint ii largo irqnd of onlookers
It was n ifiy full (if rpli'lir.itlnii for
the Hrllltli residents, niul many of llio
dnvvnlotvh Mures closed, rIvIiir lliolr
employes it full liolliluv, while others
closed during llio morning or nl noon
In fuel, ii cry large part of Honolulu
eclcbtntcd llio crnunliiK of Oeotgo V.,
n in rt'fchi ntcd It well.
(Continued from Pao 1)
iii.k MiK ry It belli started up. Thlt
m.iriilns was tpcut In final prcparn-
,llir lin,i i macliliiery wan Htnrlcil
IllmIll ,,, ,,, ,,,,. ,v, ,)0 llirKely
,,,, ,, , .,., lllrtt n ttoV,
lug order. It will bo Kcvcrul das ho-
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tho plint will not ho running
ntll late next week.
hu has Issued aliont 300 tickets slnco
jc,cril,,y hlJ1 ,lc Bnn c,loylnB,
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and whin boll, canneries are Rolns fun
nil Plllll mil lliltu iipwaiii iu i. tiiuu-
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fomo iiiiiMslness wns fill that there
nilKht Im it mirclty of labor, but It
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necordlnc to tho work mill' the ability
of the employe Ho far, thcro has been
OUR GRAND OPENING
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New Merchandise in All Departments
Thursday and Friday, June 29 - 30
Exhibit at Missionary Display
In BostotfShowcd His
Hawaii phivcd u priinilnt'iit part In
llio gloat inUsloruiry dhphu). "The
World III notion," ncfiirdliiR In the
FprJiiRtleld Lender, 'which fcas:
"I'K parallmis for this display begun
Hit co yearn iiko nml It has r quired nn
oiillny of over f 100,000 In preparation
and work dllTeunt ilcnoiiilu ilium, liavo
coop, rated. Mechanics' Halt wm
ilioen us the mint stlllnble place, tha
lower lloor In Ills devoted to displays of
trte customs nnd life of nmiij ilirfcreut
nations nnd races, while ail exhibit of
cdiicntlonul missions wat made, on tho
upper tlnor. Aiiioiiit the exhibits on the
drst lloor were those of Anierlian In
(II.U11-, noRrocs, .MobniiiiiKiliu lands, Jn
p.ih, t'hfni, Afrlnir-lndl.i. Hawaii, I ortu
Itlrn, ImiulKiniils nnd Hie rronllrr.
it .' ti ft ft ft '.' -.t ft ft ft
no dllllcully whatever In biIUhb work-
trs for tho vviircs orrcrcd
,.,.), fnctnry will be kiIHiik many car-
lniidS. :i day. Tlio Hawaiian Pineapple
Cnnipaiiy expects to p.n k sniui'thliiB
like 300,000 easrs tblt vmr, and tho
Hawaii Frptcrvlng t'ouiiiny belter
"It Is not our 'Intention to let tho
plant ft. mil Idlo lifter the plm apple sen-
wild Muniiitir Dnwllnir this iimrn-
Iiik "i:perlnientH will In ni.iilo Willi
other fruits and berries to seo what
nil be done with them This stnpplnR
of tho HilpplUR of rrulls in fait, may
result- In cnnnlnK thPiti rlRht here and
selllnn them nbroad."
MnnnRer Dow Hub lias tin- IIb plant
In lino order, ultlioilRli It tins' been
rutin d to completion In iiultk time.
The plint represents an tiivestniPiit of
spproxlm itelv 10.noo. It Is tlreprimf
nnd lie snld this inonihiR that build-
hiRt all nround It Could burn but It
would be safe.
Silionlj. nnd methods of lush ucllon In
dllTrriiit milluns vvcie shown uu llio
The I'.iRtalit of Darkness mid l.ti;ht
vrat a drmuii in live scenes with orches-
'lr.il and voral uccompaiilinents 'he
Hist mci 'Tho Nortli,' rPiri-seiilliiB
'The llltc'itillllliK of the Midleine Man,'
was laid iiIiioiib the Indl ins In the Ca-
Indian N-orthwcU. 'The Houth' repro- . . mi pYnori o v
Kciitid Htanlej's llnilliiK of l.lvliiRstone,! "f"01-1 & IMdVcll CXUU I Octyb
mid bit fruitiest efforts to Induce him; UlHriCIUlly FCClin(J 111 AniCr
lo ictiirn ho.ne. In The Husf th.j jca May PrOITipt Pad.
Illinlii eblld-vvlfe IUiadammil It savnl) J
ri inn luirnliiB on In r husbind's funeral J III'.ltl.lN, Juno 7 ('runt wn Ilo
lOie bv Inlcrvcnlliiii of tlio Ilrltlsh rov-I vciitlnw ihc (irrinnu naval cxperti III
iriunent. In 'Tho West' tjiicpn Kaplo-I'i" fl'Hrlp published he f(, Htntert: "If
l.tni of Hiivviill enlers thnvoleauK 'like! ",0''t'' i-Iih slRlit of adoplliiB nil
of I'he' of Mauna Ke.i, thus defvliiB
I'ele, the Roi'ldess of tli.il luTie. I.it i
comes u procession of tlio four pailsl
of tho piiBialit RittlurlnK nbiuit the
i in st of Christ. I'rolnjtucH, rrcitatlons,
snlot mid ilioruceM are Interspersed In
tlio p.iRcant, which In parts must hnvu
been of tbi'lllliiK Intci'cst.
"This expotltlnn has proved ipillo
successful, 12,000i(o 1,1.000 dilly nltcnil
HiB I.xhlliltion Hull last week loiter
similar exhibits nro to be presented lunn, .Inpnn at llio niotl pinbilile int
I'levelaiul. Detroit, St I.ntiK Knntas inlos nf llio Culled St'ilrn
e'llj nnd other cities furthir south and ! "Ailmlral Mnhiin lint wrlllon .1
west In nilc.ii!oi.rn.ir.itlons bavonl-
rc,id bi':;uii for tin expotltlou In l'JI3."
LECTURER TO SPEAK
ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
tinder the auspices of the local
Chilsllnu Kricimo Chuicli u fieo ler-
luio on Chrlstlnii Sclciic will be islv-1
rn nt Iho Opera llmiho next Siiinlav
cvoiiIiib by W. I) McC'rneknii, M. A.
C S. II, to which tho public la rcii
ctall Invited Mr. McC'r.icknii Ik n
member 'if Ihn Hoard of Lectureship
,i i.i .1 I'HIk I Mil. iiti"'ij iiiiiiiiniiin. iniu nihu I
and ppcakn ni.thorltlvcljvon Ills suh-,,,, American untlpalliy to lic.self n.ld
The doors of llio Opera Ilouso will
ho open at 7 o'clock nnd llio lecture
will IicrIii promptly at 7. 15. This
lecture It In the nature o' mi offer
ing by Ihu local Chrlstlnii Scientist!!
to their fellow tniviirpettplo, the nf
portuulty to unitei-stiiid. In a degree
whn' Christian Kclenco slanda for
ntt nro welcome and'tlicro win bo no
The Hotel Victoria, limned In IioiW
of i)iie ii Victoria, nnd for many ycnr
nftcr Its erictlon the most elubnrnto
Kf Vn.. V..e lifiullrlnM lu f., lift fnl-n
,',tn to'inake wnj "fur n 20-sfory bus.
i Ui i
nnfrlenillv ntllliide lovvirl Heriii'Uiv
I W( (lerin.iiis shall see., an alll.ititu
LWllll llllltll Til,. .Vtlll.rln it. ,.nm In
Ilh,, ,v,n rc,.(,, nlir(lt,r ,r ,u.
tcretls vvolilil bo served by forr'nu
flcniMiij Into u comniunlly of lnlci
csl wlih Jnp.m. watch American
nvctiis tioseiv and rvc imtirol ,r
iniiiilior nf antl-Ccrnian utterances In
(mo of ihc IcadliiK Anicrleiii servlre
pare is I
llio Artuv and Navv .lniirnnl pulA
Khct nn arllclo deserlhliit norm viv
"ca'iso or nn ;inti-(,crniau einrieti
American naval olllclnls have ilellvci-
(,l MiintM.lipM of ii slfultur llllll,. I ill.
not overestimate tho hIsii flp.inco .if
theso lnillvl.lu.il iilterui'eeB nor do 1
appichend any real iliuici to (!e:'-
"Ameilcant nro Incllnol In miseri ,
nil) el full nil, t... nl II r,,llni,,i linul'
their struiiRtli on nn oirnueous basis
of wc.illli Unllniltcd Hiipplleu of iiih
ney eanim' mnko up for u lack of
dltilpllui' mid oigaulznlton
"Americans frcipicnlly Ink" an c
nRRcrated view of their power and
Influence which Is almost liiininious.
Nevorthelcti (leniiany can ot, In (ho
I Ioiik niu, iRiioro numlstiikiblo kIrui
If .such Indications become marked
nrfd continuous, Herman po'loj woidjl,
ns a nint'er of ordln.ir'lv coniniun
seiise' nnd business nil i at co-ii ejji
tl(Mi wllli Jninn In J'llnt li;ii) i'lcui to
tho ITnlted Stales."
3lllil) Mlfl'ID CIIIIKS K(7,i:.UA.
Skin sufferers.1 Drop Rrcnty salves
and nasly iIKmIIcIiics Thnt mild,
soothlnK llqiilil, D. I). II. Prescription,
slops' tho awful Itch with tho first
iicknovvlcdRcd value, (let hnttlo at
drops A doctor's prescription o
llo'lialulii DniR Co.
W V I r It n 1 1 e 1 1 n H per Titer.
VING ARMY IS
Nation Thoroughly Prepared
For War Able to Send Men
Tho concent nil Ion of llio Iroopi of
llio V H Army on the Tcxnt border
has Riven an Impetus, one may Im
iiRlne. to the Mtuly of loRlstlrc, or llio
art of movliif; armies Tho r.inldb;y
with which a nation thoroughly pre
pared for war will ho ahto to" put her
forces In tho Held In ftitiiu) wars Is
shown by a eoinp.irUnn between thu
Federal armies In the American Civil .
Wnr nnd those of the victors In tho "
I'msstntt-Aiistrlan and the Franco
' Tho V. S Aliny In 'October, 1X01.
numbered Sf.U.non itiui; on May 1.
ISfM, It comprised l,n.1,riim, havlns In
Unco nnd a half e,irn Inrrenspil by
781,00(1 men On May 3, 1SW, tho
Prussian urniy streiiRth In tho Held
was 2ln,non mid wllhlti six weeks thla
was rnlsnl to finil.tiOO, of whom 23".(Mio
1 worn In the Held at Kadovvn on July
3. On July II, 18"n, the armies of
iftlie stnlcs now comprised In tho Oer-
man empire nuinherd .1S2,r,6S. In two
. . .
wfeks 11(1,000 vere eoncelitrntcd on
tlio llliUio, and by AiiRiist 15, or In
onu month, thcro weru 1,18.1,389
men under nrnis, nf whom GSv.tiOu
were at tho front Nor was this tho
limit of their expansion, for In Feb
ruary and March, 1871, their nveraRii
total KlrcnRth was l,3M),i87. Theso
IlKiircs wn lake from an arllclo In Hp
current M H Institution Journal 'by
the laic Major Wlllnm 0. Ilartlet, II.
The loRlsllcs Involved in tho liaiid
IIiir of kiicIi mmihi'iH of Mildlcrn nro
not Rcncrnll) utidcrstoiKf! When
Cetiurnl Mcl'lellau marched from tho
vicinity (if WnshlnRtou to attack tho
Confcderntes ho wat censured by tho
Cabinet for moving by llvo different
roads mid replied that had he marched
the cntlro army (about tOO.nuO men)
by one road the column, -with Its
trains, would have extended about
fifty miles. Naturally railway trans
portation Is the chief factor In present
day mobilization In 1870 tho Her
mans transported 280,000 men an
nvcniRO dlstamo of 300 miles IticlRht
days, using six doublo-trnck lines, and
Oeliernl Honker's corps, 23,000 men,
with nil Its bnRRiiRC, wns transported
from tho Rnpldaii to Rtephcn.'on, Al.i ,
u dlntnnco of 1,192 miles, orer uiiiRlo-
track roads In seven days
Tho provisioning nf a huge nrmy la
a task nf a magnitude scarcely gi lisp
ed bv tho ordinary mind. In tho
beginning of September, 1870, the ono
(ionium army of lfo,000 men Invcut-
Ing Paris required 100 tons of food
a day Tho Importance of llio small
est detail of army equipment Is shown
by the fact that 42,000 Hermana, or
1,257 more than tho total loss from
wounds nnd sickness, wore t.cnt to
the hospitals with sorefcet, caused
by Inferior shoes. Wellington hail
clonr views on shoos, his theory being:
"Tho first request of a soldier Is a
Rood pair of shoes, tho Bccond n spare
pair or shoes, nnd the thlid nn extra
pair of shoes "
Tho figures given In this post
humous paper glvo a faint Idea of the
vastness of the problems of military
preparedness for a first-class power
ami tho necessity of working outthoso
pinhleuis lu Hum of peace as far as
posslblo to bo ready for tho hour ot
Jt Advertising Is not sclf-npern- tt
live. It must havo n gnldlug hand. Jl
tt Tho man In business (hat counts !
Is i he man behind tho counter, it
tt tho man who makes the sales tt
H Advertising "pushes tho billion." tt
tt biliiRs the goods to tlio rnmt, tt
and Is the cheapest milium ror tt
tt that sort of work. In this rcsicct tt
tt advertising Vaves time, extends tt
tt llio zono of Influence and sivoi tt
tt Iho cost of a traveling salesman, it
ft Tho publisher sells nolhlng but tt
blank i p.ico lo tho advcrtlfcr, ami tt
tt Iho value of this spiicn depends tt
tt entirely on the man who lu to fill tt
tt It with the sloro news. It Is up tt
tt to lilin to attract attention to his tt
tt biisliiuss, ami lo cxclto the dcslro
tt on tho part of tho public! for Hie tt
IX goods. Tho nowspnper spaeo that tt
tt Is not used right Is llnhlo to bo tt
tt a loss to the man who pays for II. tt
tt Tho necessity nf having this Zt,
tt spneo mndo as profltubto ns pos- tt
tt slblo brought to tho surfuco, llio tt
tt professional advertisement "writ- tt
tt or, ami theso uinn aru employed tt
tt by many of tho largest storos on tt
tt tho mainland. tt
tt Tho art ot advertising rests up- tt
tt on the hnnost representation of tt
tt goods, and any morchutit who can tt
tt mnko his goods and his anununco- tt
tt meats balance perfectly has tlio tt
tt urt Hut this art must bo employ- tt
tt e'U via a proper medium. Try tt
tt tlio i: v o n I n g li it 1 1 o 1 1 u. tt
Crossed wires nrc supposed to have
i anted n tiro which partly iWtrujed
Hie Until Walton oil Wiitnut stre-et,
( 'Imllill.it I The 100 guests of tho Ho
tel Walton were aroused and a pan la
unions them resulted.'