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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1911.
l.iuhl (Imiilor No. 2-(. K.
' ' Order of the Temple.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Itcg.
itlnr .'. )i. in,
llntitillun Tlilrd Iligrrr,
All flatting members of tka
' Order are cordially lnvltad to
; attend meeting of local ladgM
tfeet on tlit
2nd and 4th
7ao P. if.
i-'..T.. Members of
-iAnlNE EHBlNtEHT 0th Aim
eHEICIALASVIATIOI. cUtioni oor.
WM. McKDOEY IODOX. MO. I,
Mtaia very 2nd and 4th Saturday
Tinlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Ball; cor. Fort and Beretaula. Vlslt
! brothsra cordially Intltad ti at
land. F. F. KILBET, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSON. K. H, i.
CONOLULU LODGE. 616. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. lie. B. F. O.
Clke, meet In thtlr hall, on Ring
IttMt. near Fort, avary Friday
Ing; VUlttng Brothari art cordially
nvltad to attend.
d. p. n. isenbebcj, n. r.
GEO. V. KLUEQEL. Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet every first and third Tuesday
of eucli inuntti In Fraternity Hall, I. O.
O.. y. building. Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited to attend.
W. J. IIOHINSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of II.
OAHU LODQE NO. 1, K. of P.
Ueeta every drat and third Friday at
T'SO o'clock. Pythian Hall, corner Here
tanla and Fort streets. Visiting broth
era cordially Invited to attend.
S. DECKER, C. C.
O. HEINE. K. of It 4 8.
-HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second und fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:20
o'clock. In San Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, neur Emma. Visiting brothers
are Invited to attend.
p. inaaiNS, w. p.
WM. C M'COV, Secy.
Edward Karlc, the noted Psychic of
Han Francisco, who for ovor twenty
years litis been prominently Identlllcd
with tho HplrltuullsU' societies of Amer
ica, In In Honolulu und will demon
strate psychic phenomena, etc Spirit
ual udvlro on all matters given. Dully
10 to4: eM'iilugs by appointment. Tel
eoliona 3913 or at residence, 70! Klnau
strut. (Irind .Seance every Thursday
Kvc. 8 o'clock. 6090-tf
MILTON & PARSONS
Will move to Pantheon Building the
i First of January
Sierra's Surgeon In Aviation.
Dr. (Icoigu W Clurk, known In a le
gion of travelers In tho Pacific, now
.surgeon In the isipular Oceanic sleain-
Bhlp Sleiru ban tnkon up aviation.
On Hit last visit of the Sierra to the
mast, tho gonial medico ilruw out u
few shnvefulB of Ills accuinuluted
s etilt 1), from one of several leading
llunnclnl Institutions ur Sun Francisco
who hold commissions to euro for IiIh
iioard of lllthy lucie, und bo proceed
ed to put chase mi aeroplane of tho
very latent model. It wus with miicli
leltiifnucu that Dr. Clark was Induced
in admit that he had made the pur
rlinao or tho Hying niaclilne. There
Is a well denned rumor along I In
city and that the machine will re
Into n deal with Jack Scully uf this
city and tluio the 'machine will re
main hero, us It wna brought down an
u part of Ihe largo cargo In the Si
erra. That Dr. Clark It not the only
seafaring man at present dabbling In
the flying game Is borne out by the
.Uutcmciit lliat Captain C. 1). l-oop,
a whaler of many j ears' experience
en the Pacific Coast, punioaes to hunt
he giants of tho deep with an aero
plane. Ills plan Is fur the aviator
in drop a bomb on Hie whale ftom a
'U'lKlit of 100 to 200 feet. He pio
,oscs to operate fiom San Pedro.
Pacific Mall Caters to "King Cotton."
The Puclllu .Mall caters to the move
ments of "King Cotton." The Siberia,
from S.ui Francisco mid due tu arrive
at Honolulu on Christmas Kay with
less tlmii two hundred tons of general
cargo for discharge nt tills port, Is be
lieved to be loaded down to the. l.loyd
murk with freight from the East, the
greater part being cotton Tor tlw big
spinning companies of Japan. The Pn
cllle Mall liner Is securing u lucrative
slice or this el.iss of freight, say the
otllcers of the Oceanic steamship Si
erra, now In port. Before the Sierra
sailed for Honolulu, the British freight
er Algon, once u familiar llguro here
us n trans. Paclllc carrier, and utter n
rest of nearly live years In Mission
Buy, was hurried to the do dock to be
plated in commission ugnln by the Pa
clllc Mall. Orders wore Issued to pre
pare the steamer for service In the very
shortest possible time. The vessel wits
removed from her condition of Idlonesa
at the behest of Ihe Southern Pnclllc
Company In order that a congestion In
cotton shipments might be relieved.
Shu will sail within a few days for
either Yokobuniu or Kobe, Jnpan. Her
curgo will bo the overflow of cotton
wuy-bllled for the Orient, and It Is pos.
slide that she will remain lu the Far
Business Stagnation In China,
(lenerul stagnation along practically
nil Hues of business Is said to prevail
throughout China, according to state
meats mude by tho European otllcers
of the Toyo Klseii Knlslm liner Chlyo
Mum, which bus passed through Ho
nolulu. The result of tho revolution
has been to bring trade at the big ports
of Hongkong, Shanghai and Tientsin to
j. standstill Shanghai' Is dead In
business way, so foreigners say, though
Ihe prccs of the Model Settlement re
mains mule regarding existing condi
tions. It Is sjid that the coastal trnde
beyond Foocbow, which was mainly In
tin) bunds of Ihe Chinese, lias practi
cally ceased. At the time of the visit
of the Chlyo Maru at Woosung, river
trade betweiu there mid Ynngtse ports
was ut Its lowest ebb, und thu Wang-
po.i rlvtr, on which Shanghul Is-sltu-
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The Real Thing in Christmas
Establisfied since 1883. We know the tastes of a discriminating public..
ushers' 0. v. g. scotch whiskey
boords dry gin
old bush mills irish whiskey
canadian club whiskey
old crow Whiskey
old hermitage whiskey
ainslie's scotch malt whiskey
nted, vvns lined with Idea steam tonnage
awaiting n cessation of hostilities. It
Is also claimed that the depression Is
noted In shipping that has to do with
the StraltH .Settlements and the Dutch
East Indies. Interest rates are more
than doubled, while exchange Is lit n
high rate, as most of the cash and bar
silver bus been shipped northward
Kauai Liner In Port,
Christmas was the Incentive that
brought tho Mauua Ia, now on the
Kniiiil rim Into port early this morn
Ing. The vessel brought a fair list
of cabin mid deck passengers and her
hold was well filled with freight and
Purser Kent reports strong north
east trades on the outward trip with
a moderation In the weather and seas
leturnlug to Honolulu, The Maunn
Ijia brought 500 sacks sugar, 2i! pack
ages tnro. a quantity of empty hai
rels and bottles, CI barrels oranges.
C crates turkeys, 8 crates chickens
also ducks, pigs, live fish and 25"
pacKnges sundries. The steamer win
sail on regular schedule next Tues
Inspector Rela Made Seizure.
It was Inspector Hels and not Mill
c'oon who mude the seizure of thirteen
tins of opium which had been throwi,
overboard from tho Japanese liner
Hels has been receiving tho congra
filiations due tho lniortnnre of his
capture, from among his colleagues In
the customs nsiectors stuff.
At the rapidly rising valuation on
Hie dope tho confiscated opium would
have realized the consignees a pretty
aniiy had It beet) successfully landed,
Today, a clew has been followed
which has resulted In tho Federal olll
cliils getting a pretty good lino on, tho
row boat which Had been pressed Into
Both tho Inter-Island steamer V
(I. Hull and (ho Klnau sailed for !sl
nt'd ports last night taking largo gen
oral cargoes and a fair list of pas
tcngers for this season of the yeai.
The Hall was dispatched for Kauai
ports at five o'clock followed shortly
after by tho Klnau for Hawaii by tho
way or Maul ports. Tho Klnau Is
temporarily taking up tho route for
merly covered by the Claudlne, tho
latter vessel now undergoing repairs
and an overhauling at tho marine rail
Columbian to Load Much Sugar.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Columbian now at Port Allen taking
on sugar, will reach Honolulu on or
ihout next Friday, und finish loading
ut this port for Sallnu Cruz, The
Columbian Is exacted to sail for tho
Isthmus of Tchuantcpec direct, tak
ing something aver twelve thousand
Ions of sugar, besides small shipments
of other Hues of Island products. Tho
Columbian will also gather up augur
at Kuhuliil, but thin will be supplied
Icfmo her arrival at Honolulu.
Lurllne Away at Six Tonight
Taking one of the largest shipments
tf sugar In many mouths, the Mutson
Navigation steamer I.urllno will be
dispatched for Sau Francisco nt six
( clock this evening. Tho vessel .will
depart fiom (Ills jxirt with a very
email list of cabin passengers. The
It eight Includes 7250 tons sugar ami
molasses, also shipments of pineap
ples, uuuauus, limes nuu simurie.
The Lurllne will be given a small
n.till fur the .mainland and will ho
dlepatched from' HnckfeW wharf.
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We want Family
WE WANT NEW CUSTOMERSTHE QLD
W. C. PEACQK m
TIDESSON AND MOON
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0 !i3.',!lO.IS 1.13 0 30! S.T
1.0 0:l".lO3J 1,14 0 371 8.
New moon Deo. 20 nt 0:03 n. in.
l'omtieraturcs-.f, a m., Gfi; 8 a. m.,
72; 10 u. hi., 71; noon, 71; morning
Barometer. 8 n. nir, .10.01; absolute
humidity, 8 u. in., H.S71 grains iter
coble foot; relative humidity, S it. m
09 per tent; dew point, 8 n. m., ul.
Wind 0 o. in., velocity fi, direction
N. K.; S a. in., velocity 4,Dlrectlon
. K.; 10 n. in., velocity fi, direction
S. V.; noon, velocity , direction S. W.
Hnlnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 u.
m , ,06 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 114 miles,
VESSELS TO AND.
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchant'
Saturday, Dec. 23.
.KATT1,K An Ived, Dec. 21: S. S
Houolulati, from Hllo, Dec. 14.
U. S. 8. Olacler. will arrive from
Fan Francisco tonight or early to-!
S. 8. Siberia, docks at Alakea whaif
Monday morning at 7:30 and sails for
Yokohama about 5 p. in., 320 sacks
mall, 180 tons freight fiom San Fran
cisco. Volcano Visitors Are Enthusiastic.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Maunn
K, , , ,.,, . . ...Il'ei 1 (M. ii'i'n Hindi i.'i iccuiiiiiik ul'
ea returned from Hllo via way ports... ,...., ... ., ..?.',
?.t.!Hf b!l." ". -ss -f
volcano visitors who were enthmlns
tic over tho sight witnessed by thu
lapldly rising lake of lavu.
Purser Olllc Scott reports n rough
trim both irolmr and returning from
the big Island. The flagship brought
u largo miscellaneous fielght Inclul-
Ing a quantity or empties, r, Imii.lleel
I.I.I.. 91 ...!..- n.ir.nlu ,,.,.. mil,. !
hides 21 eiutes c'lrrotM on nuto 2Sl " ""' """' "" '"" "' ,lu" monui
w?,'u21,.h u'.,S 5 Sneu i?l' h."g It Is thought that tbero
nii r. i,..,r. . ,'ioU ,-.n ,'
chickens, 24 crales turkeys, 17 crate.
pigs and 310 packages sundries.
A light wind and fairly favorable
sea was met on the homeward voy
rge. The steamer Kauai was ut Hllo,
Hie I.lkellki. nt I'eneekeo nml tin.
lene at Kohalalele ut the time thu
Mauua Kca passed, these ports. !
Honotulan at Seatlje. I
The Mutson chartered steamer Ho-
nnlulan has arrived nt Seattle and It
Is reported will loud another large1
general cargo destined for tho lla-
vvallan Islands. The Ilnnoliilan ha.i
Jieon placed on Iho berth to sail from
he Sound port on next Wednesdnv. der of notice of bearing petition for ud
Wlth tho steamer Hyudcs again in ministration, on reading and tiling tho
commission on Ihe triangular ionic petition of Mary Ann Blchaids of Ho
lt Is predicted that tho Houolulati noluli?, ulleglng that Margaret Fisher
will resume her place lu the San Fran- of Honolulu illtd Intestate at Honolulu
Cisco and Hawaiian Island service. Ion the 3rd day of December, A D. Hill,
til j lenv lug property within the Jurisdiction
Christmas Mail Has Reached the of this Court necessary to be udmlnls
Coast. tered upon, und praying th.it letters of
Tho largo mall dispatched through administration Issue to Mary Ann
the Honolulu postolllce lu thu Pnclllc Itlcluuels, It Is Ordered, that Monday,
-Mall liner Manchuria arrived at Sun the 29th day of January. A. 1). 1UI2. ut
Francisco yesterday afternoon and u y o'clock u. in, be ami hereby Is up
large poitlon of Iho consignment by pointed for hearing said f'ctltlon in the
his tlmo Is well on Its wny to Iho courtioom of this Court lu Hut Judl
Eastern stales. The Munchurla sail- ,..,ry building lu the city mid County
cd from here on December lfith. Fifty f Honolulu, ut which time and plnee
;assengers departed for tho mainland n persons concerned may appear und
In tills vessel. jsbow cause. If any they have, whysald
3 pitltlon should not be giauted By tho
Irmgard at Mahukona. ,.;, joH.s- MAUCAI.l.lNO. Clerk,
Tin. hark Irmgai.l was dlschaiglnc ,,,,., (1 ,.u , ,,,, ,1IloluIll
general cargo at tho isirt of Maliu- lv , , , ,.,
kona at the time tho flagship Muunr. ,)"''1'"'' -J- 1!'" "f "'"""
Kea passed that port on tho homo- ' '" l'-. "'"" fur petitioner,
".yard vovago from Hllo to Honolulu. CimDeo. 23. 3u; Jan. ii. I3 .,
BIG BRMS TO DEGDRATE FLOATS
FOR BEST FLORAL PADADE, 1912
The 1912 Floral Parade will be fea
tured by the most complete and best
showing of decorated floats ever lined
up for tho nnnuul pageant. Chairman
Charles It. Frazlcr of this division of
the parade is getting returns from the
work he. Is. doing, and the replies us
sure him that tho division will , be
larger and more elaborately decorated
than ever before.
Alexunder & Baldwin, C. Brewer &
Co. and Castle & Cooko have already
given Chairman Frazler dellnlto as
Hiirunco that they will enter decorated
lloats, and other are coming foiwurd
with the same spirit.
.To the big llrm of II. Iluckfojd &
Co. belongs a greul deal of credit for
Siberia In and Out on Monday,
Tho Pacific Mall liner Siberia from
gan Franclr.ro Is duo to arrive hcrfc
cnrly on Chrlslmai morning and will
be dispatched fur tho Orient nt flvu
o'clock on that day. Tho vessel Is
reported to have 320 sacks of lute
mall for the Islands, Tho Siberia will
be discharged of less than two bun
dled tons freight while; at this port
Wailele la In Port.
niduelniil In bi, idnep.1 on Ihe mr.
duo list" tho Intor-lsland sleainor lf'. child and maid, A. A. Perry, h,
Wailele fiom Hawaii iirts wllh sev II. Lewis, Mrs. L. Mcslek, J. 11. Ma
enty bend catlle and a miscellaneous goon, A. (l.Curlls, D. II. Macnnarhle
cargo returned to port early this
morning, The vessel met with hjuio
lough weather during her trip tu the
of real estate
Hcnl rotate return as ftiown at tho
recorder's olllce for this month have'
established n new record for Decein-
- ine ,::;;' c ; :;r,::;;
It Is thouRlit that when the final llg
ures nre in for this month the govern
ment will net a thousand dollars out of
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,h" 1rc,"1l",,,! "", "f'T T "Z
""J ,er' "-,:1", "'.,' "', , "'l',', Vi
" "" 23. lll. ih.. ttnl l 91340.
" '"" tile elld of the IllOlltll
will be 1700 registered on the hooks.
Thu new Kuplolunl Girls' home ut
Kalllil should be opened lu about six
weeks now, nccordlng to Superinten
dent of Public Works Maratou Camp-
bell, who puld a visit there this morii-
mm " mmm
NEW " TO-DAY
IN THE CIUCI'IT C.OUUT OF THE
First Clicuit, Territory of Hnvwill. At
Chambers. In Probate. In the mutter
of the Estate of Margaret Fisher. Or-
ONES STAY WITH US.
the success of this division. livery
year this llrm, whether or not other
big companies did the same, decorated
mid entered a inngnlllcent lloat, whose
beauty of conception and decoration,
always drew tho attention of the dis
criminating spectator and of Judges
who knew their business and were
familiar with the requisites for ti
really worthy float. The llackfcld
llo.it has come to be something to
look forwnid to with expectation as
one of thu fentureB of the parade.
An additional feature of the lloats
division this year will be one of the
new Bengrave lire trucks fiom tho
lira department, besides the regular
steamer, hose cart and hook and lad
Per stmr. Muiiuu Kea, from Hllu
via way ports, Dee. 2.1. Mrs. B. A.
Haines, Mrs. K. W. Carnahan, h. Dar
gln, 11. I.. Fotitann and wife, E. A.
Cross nud wife, (1. W. Young and wife,
.MIks Weiss, Miss l.oneigian, J, Davis
J. Morloy, It. A. Young, F. Bouncy,
Japt Duval, C. J. Bcmke. F. tlrecn,
" " .MWiono, A. .1. urceu, ur. unice,
It. Ought, II. Moon. It. I .oft us, F,
(liilnti, Win. I.i)ftu, I.. S. Conuess, P,
T. Phillips, wife and child, M. I'jclic
cu, F. Lamb, W. S. May, K. Fernan
dez, It. Y. (lllhcrt, M, Duarl, W. (1,
Mien, P. P. Woods, Dr. F. K. Leo,
Ah You, Mls Allen, .1, II. Morrison,
J. T. Taylor, T, Taylor, '.. Tmribe.
A, F. Mark's, C. II. M. Thrlng nmt
wire. Dr. Carey, 0. ll.Mllrdlcr, .1. 0.
Smith, Sam Piinolm and wife, II. T.
Wnlty, A. (lartley, Mis. Wm Lind
say, Miss Lindsay, (1. S. Wright, C.
K. Tremble, J. C. (lunger. II. S. Deck-
or, W. Fernandez. Peter Wallace. J,
Y. Tin, Miss E. Snndry, J. P. Fellol.
in and wife, S. Mnstike, C, A. Moon
Mrs. Chas. Wllcov, .1. Ferrelra. C.
Haswell, W. A. Dickens, T. A. Simp
roll, I!. (J. McArthur, J, B. Steward
It. C. Scnrlo and wife, II. Smith, A K
ilrune, K. Wua, D. 1- Steward, Miss
F. Asam, .1. B. McSwauson nud 102
Per stmr. Mnuna Iji.'i, fiom Kauai
iii .i. ixuuie. m. .iie.ienos, i ,v.
Walaninu. Miss Tnkaso, II. H. Hrodle.
T, Melln, C. II. Wilcox. E. F. Melan
phy, Mrs. Andcrmann, Miss K. (1.
Wells, Mrs. F. W. Mnnge. Dr. F. I.
Putnam, S. Spllzcr. M. Nlcoll, W. F.
Host, Y. Amoy. B. E. Bodge, M. F.
Lutz, W. Scblcbcr, W. XI. Cooper, C.
. Achong, W. Aknnn, J, C. Jervls.
t PASSKMifltS HOIIKKII 1
Per stmr. Klnuit, for Maul, via way
ports, Dec. 22. W. O. Smith, Mr. Pax
Ion, C. Ordwny, (J. Ii. Schraeder, A.
Wilkinson, E. Weight. M. II. Wnlk r
ami wife. Master Alona Hiram Kn
vvaloko, A. Wilkinson. Henry Co.ipei,
Miss Lambert, T. Super, W, Burleni,
Mrs. Perly. D. B. Jfurdock, Albeit
Shin, W. Wlsforl, Miss Couch, W.
Ilala. Miss H. llodilTig, Mlvs M. Hock
Ing. (loo. W. Carr, W. It. Castle. S.
Kuichl, F. Kiilrhl, M. S. I.ovcll, II.
Wllford, J. I). Hole,
i.ti:iii:st i. lunniiMt hhmis.
Much Interest Is being taken In the
opening of thu 3a,0U0 bond Issue that
the llawallau-Aiuerlciiii lubber com
pany Is tu put out on January I, the
bills being made on that date. Tho
bonds bear six per cent Interest and
are considered desirable Investments.
Wanllf II o 1 1 e 1 1 u l ner v,
EVENING GOWNS AND WRAPS
Cleaned by Abadie's French Process
(J. AHADIK, Proprietor;
i1 KING STREET PHONE 1401
NO Bra lichen
MUMM'S EXTRA DRY .
RED TOP MONOP.O'LE .CHAMPAGNE
SPARKLING. SAUTERNE. ..
. MONT ROUGE CALIFORNIA WINES '
MARIE BRIZAWd & ROGERS' LIQUEURS'
It Is sure to bo a Merry Christmas
for the men of the" Pacific fleet, Bv
t'rythlng Is in sight lor' :t good tlmo
mid a bung up Christinas dinner, with
the exception of the ihost niKirtnnt
'eaturo of Iho Intlcr-r-the "ttirkoy, Tim
llcot's Christmas turkeys nro icponlng
,eacefully in tho rofrigerntorH of tho
supply ship (Under,, but tliero Is Ut
ile worry on (his scoro, for tho Olucler
"HI nrrlve In plenty of llniu to trntis
for her appetizing curgn from tho cold
Murage plant to the waiting ovens of
The menu planned' by nil five ships
Is Just ns good nsthnt presented on
Thanksgiving, and when )nu say that
.'on have raid tho last word about
good living aboard ship. Some of Iho
cruisers have planned iplcturo shows
nud deck sports, and .the bands of all
vlll hnvo a busy day und evening of
The West Virginia, nownt Hllo. is
expected back either Ihe evening of
'ho 21th or Christmas morblng, In
plenty of time In make the tiiajor
part of the day a real holiday for all
TELLS Of '
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work fiom five o'clock In Ihe morn-
itur it.illl oltin ,',,lol ,,1 till. lit TVf,rlr
uess does not fall In the northern can
nery districts until a lain hour In the
"veiling," so he states; (iuuvela suvb
lliat the Honolulu 'deleentiun recelv-
'od tho munificent wage of forty dol
lars n month. They were charged
the highest prices for all supplies at
'hu company stoies. The rood given
Ihe employees was lu his op'nlon not
fit for Chinese and to secure better,
entailed additional expense. Ho cites
many Instances where the provisions
had rotted, yet they wore rerved dally
to Iho employees.
Ho professes to have been returned
in San Kruiylxco iwllh many other
like unfortunates without a cent lu
their pockets. At Iho coast city tho
men were turned adilft and allowed
to shift for themselves. Ho predicts
' thril iln.niiu .if llw,!l,l,, .on., n.n .......
...... ...ib.i.i ... ,,(..W,M,(, lll, ,.,.7 (,,,,.
stone broke on Ihe coast after their
nad experience with the .calmer. Ho
claims Hint despite manv complaints
made, there wits no redress. Ootivelu
paid this morning that ho would mil
listen to unolher proposition to go
north even at a promise or five thou- )A
sand u year, If It weio necessary in
through a similar experience.
Pursor Donald Kent or the Btcam
er Mauna Loa reports the following
Migar as awaiting shipment on Kauai:
M. A. K. 2C.C77, O, & II. 2660, V. K
7fl, K. P. 5(170, !,. P. 14,02b. K. S.
IN WOOLENS AND
$30.00 to $37.50
T A I L O R N Q
Alexander Young Bldg.
i .V " -
PHOJE NO. 1704. .