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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H.,MONOAY, FED. 5, 1912.
says CHINA Witt BE SOON
: PATTERNED fflHTBE L S,
' CASE YIELDS
"tee wluiit -1 1
v PERPETRATED BY WALT AcDOUGALL v (' I
f SIGN AGREEMENT
In a letter written to Chairman
Mairton Campbell, of the Harbor Com
mission, Orneral Monagfa I.. A.lcntilzril ax possible, anil lo this end
Thurston, of tho IH'o Kallroad. Com they are placing large order for of nngland nod the other lunks would
PiiLy, announces that ho has requast- American clothes, Is the statement recognise them, he deposited thehole
ed tho dlrec.nrs of the road to sign waiie by I.. D. Mandell, one of the sum In gold, ThH will give an Leslie
tho llllu wharf agreement with the partners In the firm of K. Mandell for Cuutnu uind the surrnundlnj prov'
Territory. Campbell expects , to 'rfo. of Hongkong, who wax n through Ince aiid wilt relieve the sltnntlnn
eelvo the document- either today or nassenger on the steamer Korea. Mr. greatly.
All the necessary data In .connoc-
lion with tho building of Hie wharf 5h
now' being compiled by tho Public
Works Department and wllh tbla iWlll(,'i,iiai nn,i wi, n hacking the revolu-
tilno be Incorporated the data;t;athered
'by Ihe llllu road wnen It was proceed
ing Independently of the Territory to
build a wharf.
.The main dlrrorem.e In the plans of
the railroad and that of tho Harbor
CnmmlFsInn la that the wharf will be
1400 feet long Instead or 81)11, as
planned by the road. Provision Is to
be made for biiw warehouses, but
these will probably pot be built under
riillmrllc itml Pills and llnrsli 1'Iits.
Irs Mil)' (.'arise Distressing
You cannot be over-careful In the
selet tlmi of medicine for children. Only
the ver gentlest bowel medicine, should
'ever be given. Ordinary pills, cathar
tics, and purgatives are too'iipt o do
'iiiiiril harm than good. They . some
times cause griping, nausea, and ll-
treslng after-effects, and may uctuully
Injure the health, tliua establishing u
.We personally recommend and guar
antee Itexull Orderlies ns u safe and
dependable remedy for constipation nnd
associate Imwel disorder. We Have
such faith In the virtues of this rein-l
edy that we sell It on.our Kunruntee iot rlchesv-mnn- incninu iou.iy mm wim
money back In every Instance whera I hacking tho revolution right through.
It falls to give entire satisfaction, and Is In favor of this. 'We will llrst of
we urge all In need of such medicine jail build railroads through tho coun
ts t.y u our ilsk. tryV be told rac, "then we will organ-
Itexall Orderllim are eaten Just llkejlze"an onny. Unless we have therall-nnii.it-.
nr iijirileulnrlv nromnt nnd'roads. nn annv Is not much good, for
nureeable III iii-IInn, may be taken at.
liny time, day or night: do not causa
dlanhoea. nausea, griping, excesslvo
looseness, or other undesirable eBfccts.
They have a very mild but positive
iicllnu upon the organs with which they
i.inif lu contact, apparently acting ns
11 regulative tonic upon the relaxed
(niiscular coat of the Isjwel, thu',QVer -
coming weakness, and aiding to re
sore the bowela to more vlgorousjind
, Hcxnll Orderlies not, only relievo con
stipation, but help to remove the cause
of this nllment. They also frequently
overcome the necessity of constantly
taking laxatives to keep the Jiowrls In
Thero Is really. In. purf opinion, no
similar medicine so good ns' Iiexall
Orderlies for the purpose to which It
Is directed, especially for .children; aged
and delicate persons. They are pre
pared In tablet form and In two, sixes
of packages; 38 tabids, 2.c, und HO-
tablets, r.Oc. Hemember, you can ob -
lain Hexall Homed Ion In this commit-.
nlty only at our store The Hexall
Wore. liensnn, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
r.jrt nnd lintel streets.
BIJOU'S BILL IS
BEST EVER TONIGHT
The BIJ011 l.-i still tho attraction o(
tho city In the amusement lino There. vUn nl unbrokcn HlrnK ot victories.'
will bo added attractions there toulghtl.. . . .... ... ..... .
will be added attracllona there toulghtl
vyheu Hughes and Prior make thole
bow to the public, Theeo.-two clever
pooplo arc headllucra and at the top
of their profession as acioluts ami
equilibrists. Advance notices from
Australia, where they have been
allowing, give most credltablo accounts
of (heir entertaining Blunts.
Vaudovlllo with the best of moving
pIcJuiAj and tho Musical Reeves, back
ed up with Schoone Tripp und Schoeuo
and the colored urtlsts, who are fun
makers from Kiuivllle, complete u pro
gram that ought lo be good enough
lieu Wise and Katie Milton are still
on deck at the Empire with 11 bunch
of funny things to say overy night.
There will be a change .of program to
night and for tho lest of the week.
Ill ant und Dolleardc will have u lot of
new things to nay and do this week,
nnd added to thl there will bo n lot
of new pictures ehown.
FENNELL PLEASED WITH
Liquor Inspector W. P.. iFennell,
who returned last Friday from tho
Slutes on the Sierra, is greutly pleased
with the result of bin abort investiga
tion, which he made, while In the
mainland cities. He said that In his
long talk with Chief of Police Volmer,
lci tfhiiiijl iltit tliK ma lidtc tittla1i ln
liaa been carrying on here lu making '"' .je '" bffnMrel"1 l'y tUe,
ni,i. ,. i.ii..,i .,i. ,... i.tn ..a'l-J1"" K. Plnkbam Medicine Co. of
raids on blind pigs, weie being used
there by the ollkluls.
Fcnnell Bald that while In Oakland,
Volmer told him thai It would bo Im
poaslblu for I1I111 to keep down blind
plga were It not for the employment
of Informers. In San Francisco, con
tinued Kenuell, thu police send out
well dieted men mill women for the
uirpnsn,orcatcliuig tho Illicit aeiiera
; .. i. -i. sL.ittf' 'S
Thnt the grent Ideal of the fhlrteVlritf-anfthljements1 t'o'Mssue -ttS.OnW.OOl)
revnlutliinlts Is to become an Amerl- worth of linnk notes. As there va
Mandell gives some dnterestlng taxi
n connection vlth the Mate of things
in rhlnn now. and through his nssoyl-"
ntlon with ('hang, the ilchest man In
tlon., la able to tell Mnnetblng of th" pirates, liefcre the revolution broke
Inside of what I" happening and what out the word was sent throughout
Is likely to happen. china that on no amount mut any
"Trade Just at tho present time," white people be killed, and tiny have
Mated Mr. Mandell, "Is dead, as we kept to this throughout,
are all waiting to nee what Is going to "At the same time the pjrates have
happen. In n few years, however, there been giving n great deal of trouble and
will be an enormous volume of bust- for a time the nuthnrltlcs ild not know
nees tram-gcted between the United what ti do with them. At last e'hnns.
States and China. The whole ten- rtreck a proportion that settled the
dwicy of the I'hlnese people at ithe question once nnd for nil. He gathered
present time Is to become American. In nil the pirate chiefs nnd made them
The average Chinese will have nothing high olllclnl. He paid them n K"od
but American Roods. They like the salary nnd gave them uniforms In no
style In which tho clothes are. cut ami enrdance with their ranks. Now they
will not stand for the small Kngllsh stick out their chest and think they
clothes. In shoes, they all want the
very lowest cut, and at the present
time, even In apltrf of the uncertainty,'
there Wa large Import business being
done In the clothing line. t j
"Stetson hat are llndlng great favof
and most of the men Insist on wear-'roys
Inc them". They are selling round
about sixteen to seventeen dollarallcx.
each, and Chinese whom you would
think too poor to nffard them are buy i
Iiik them tin ns fast as they can he.
A Waiting Policy,
"As to the policy of the revolutionary
government and the general Hues upon
which pilna will go In the future, from
what. I unflerslnnn 11 w to e n wan- rnsn.
Ingone. Chang, who Is probably tbe.Prettrve Their Queues,
.- . . ....
we Can not move." It nalck. enough to
be-of any) -pse.V-When we have done
this we, wlU atart fo build our war-
ships'. When nil ihla Is complete ,we.
will reach for Japan. Hut It will take
nme. There Is no, hurry and we must
1. . ..
do things juovvljv
This I think just about puts-In con-
crete form the situation at Jlhe present
"Just before I1 lefr Ctianc was mak-
SOCCER LEAGUE STANDINGS.
P' W L D GF GA Ptt
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Haalanl 7. 3 4
High School scored another win In
the Senior Soccer League Saturday,
makliig the neventh straight for the
season.. Hut one nioie game 'reoiulnsj
on the schedule, ugulnst.,,the Healunls
next Snturduy, and the new champions
ure out to win It and lltish the year
If they succeed, the All-Scotch team
that, Is being tulkedtof ullt undoubtedly
orgunUe and do battle for the honor
of the game. ,
Saturday'a games at Mollllll would
have been more Interesting had there
been anything dependent 011 them. The'
Highs beat the .Millies : to 0, while He.
ulunl gatbrod -In u game from Kume
hunieha by defuult. The Kum players
should he roped and tied every Friday
tilcnt and taken to the grounds in a
closed wagon. They are the. slipperiest
bunch to 'round up In all Honolulu, und
hardly a 'game has been played with 11
full team, on the Held. Saturday they
broke the record for low attendance,
only two players putting In 4111 appear
ance. A scrub team vim organized to
-play thu Healicnfs, and a 3 to .1 score
WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS
fining through the hospitals lu our
lurgo cities, oue" Is Biirprlsfd to find
such u large portion of tlu Inmatca
voineu, and still further surprised to
find that so uiuuy, of the wumcic ,11(0
there to undergo operations for, ic-uial-
He to re submit (lug to a surulrul op
eration which muy mean deiti. nr a
Ululline of Impaired iibcfuluesa, every
.woman should try Lydla H. I'lukhuin'a
Vegetable Compound, iib many errata
Lynn, -Mass., from women who Jinve
been "restored to,.liea1th aftflr having
Ut;n tolcjthat u surgical operutlon
was their only chance of tecovery.
Men who are having trouble with
their laundry should telephone to the
l - Fioucb - Ijiundry, J. Aluidle, Prop., 777
miik Hireac,, puone hdi,-wuern an. cue,
luen's work Is done by hand.
fo.1ttfaJkJ .MtHimu.. j.ii .ia.JAiuj-'
tome doubt ns to whether tire Hank
"Am you must have hennl this shle.
there has been no killing of white
people r.-iiti the.esceptlnu nf one cap
tnln of a ship, Hiid this vj done by
ore big men. incidentally, the rlv,er
pirate trude has practically gone out
"The amount of money that has been
taken out of China !y absconding vice-
must bq enormous., In Canton the
viceroy turned over"th'e"clly to the
revolutlonlts without nf jmirmer. At
the same tlmehe collected Ji.POO.OOO
and carried It with him to"Jp.i". where'
ho Is at the present time. 1I dls
gulsed himself by cutting off his ,uene
nd putting on American clothes. This
has been the practise right throughout,
whenever n viceroy gave over the city
he cleared out with a big bunch of"
It Is not safe for a man to wear n
queue In Canton at the pieseut time,
and' If be does appear hi tho street
with one on, the people will cutch him
and cut It off. The cutting of the
queues Is nffectlng the hair Industt'y
very much. This was one of the larg
est Industries In China, and now there
a threatened shortage that will nf
feet' the whole world.
"Xbe Chinaman when he cuts off Ills
queue now. Instead of selling It, In
variably rends It home to his mother.
1 The oin inny puis 11 away in n nice
.... . .. ..
llttje bux and then when the son dies
It Is burled with him. People who uM
In- Ihn hnlr hlllnPH TkrfMlct a VPfl
tablp famine In the near future."
Th. n. nnnni,.?.t.,itvi,iV .olhVVnril
pictures In tho Cooke Art Gallery WMoillio, Islands. ArrangomentK will
the Oahu College crounda wag' talten.J"rou,,b,,J' he iIelcd today for the
7 ndvantagu ofi.on Saturday afternooa
6 by large crowd. Hung In the galr
6 Ury Is tho C. M. Cooko collectlou, .
1 Tho gallery Is built as a travcrso
! annex to the library building on tho
game architectural design and Is Ideal
for the purpose, most apparently hav-
ng been designed for this collectlon.
,'Tbe, , alxtoen ,, pictures, lucludltis
workBeof .the moat ifamous artists of:
European achooln'aie exhibited to tho
best advantage. It will now be kb-
alblo for those who wish to fcee thj paper tells tho reason for'tho trip 33
... . ... 1....1 ..:li,.'.' ' '
pictures ,to obtain permleslon from,
the librarian during regular hours. ', '
WILL STOCK PRESERVES
WITH PHEASANTS AGAIN
Preparations tausraln stock, some qt
tho Hawaiian preserve with game
that Is worthy of the gun ure under f
way at the picsent time. A consign
ment arrived by the Sierra, consisting
of seventeen pheasants of three va
rieties. They conio from CaiuuLt and
These will be distributed among Die
.hooting preserve:) fit Aliiitmanu, up
per Hoaeae and Sisal, where It Is
hoped the .mongoose will let them
A number, of .flue specimens, were
lecently received from Jupaii by Clay
& Itoblnson for breeding iirioses on
' BAND CONCERT.
The Huvvullaii band will give a con
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock aj
Kmma H tuure. The prngrqm follovvx:
March Floral Parade. (new)
Overture ItosamunUe s,,,,,, HcliulM-rt
Murch Fort Shafter (new) Jacobson
Selection Pinafore (by ruiuest) , . . ,
'.....,, Sulllv-un j
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. ,Ar. by llerger
HeJuctffln Komunescu (new) . . . . .Kiknir
Waltz Morning Papers Strauss
Quadrille Hon Jour ZIUolT
The Star Spangled Ilunner.
David N. Lonohiwa, a school teach
er, has been aejittmred to three
months' Impilsouinent In cennoctlou
with u Ktatutury crime. The cobo is
oue that came up lust year when the
man nleuded not aulltr.
,, bis pleu on Ihe lust day of DucoinlieW
noivtver. unit ,wiu negiu servinu. ins
aenlence at once,
i.. C fr . AS,Wgl,.rffc..S,
We ropy the following from a lelter
jinim IJ. w, ii.iiiu;n..ii np.ir. miei g
S, C! ,..
"I called on Mr. J. A. Tlinmpn:i,
who was afflicted ten yeara ori vv'th'
chronic Urlght's Mne'a.ie. II gradually
grew worse until two jeara ag.i he
waa bedridden. Son and family gavo,
up hope. Tried tho llcnal Couipinnl j
u.ilng about n dozei, .Now up and)
much Improved. In well known You
can iibo this Item, as he nlves IhU
privilege., Ilja sou In a 'prominent clou
Met." There Is no u,iu.'st!nn about 'lilr. pa
tient having the chronic and supinired
Incurable form of kbi.iey dl-icnap
Some Jate,. wrltnra declare the sixth
mouth puta the. illncife oyer the deid
line, Plijalclnaa lcclured thn chrome
stage In this-case w.is. established ten
yenr'a ago. Also no e that p it ent '.':
;edfaat for two years before uklns
tho treatment. Thl makes up an ab
solutely hopeless crso under the oil
We have declared over nnd over
that there Is -Homo hope In even old
and extreme ciaes, for a certain per
centage of them Sleld as In the olsive
What excuse under heaven can ho
given tor holding peoi'te who lm
chronic kidney disease to reiluln
death on Digitalis, Nllrn-Rlyrnrlue nnii
Ilasham'a Mixture when there la hnpn
through the simple addition of this
new bland and simple treatment. It
does not conflict with physicians' pre
Rcrlp'lor.H. Cases' notlserlous enough
to be in tho handaof lihyalclam usual
ly yield to Fullnira Kenai compound
"nalded.. Wo dc.vlre.to hear .from and
cures j ..-1.1111,
m uu ur.iYK.sis,
Tho Ernest Kaal Ourntettc, the 1'ro
motion Committee, Ihe Public Service
Association nnd the Outrigger Club
have each made appropriation for
the entertainment or tne cjieveiaiM
At a meeting of tho Outrigger Club
on Saturday a letter waa leud from
the promotion committee stating tliut
fifty dollars had been .appropriated for
the entertainment of trie guest's, l'.r
nest Kanl was annroaehed In regard
to the music, ami stated Hint his' or-
ganzaiiou wouiti roniriuuie iweni)
five dollurs to assist in tho entertain
ment. , Tho house committee of Hr'
Outrigger Club will begin today ar
ranging the program' Jnr the Clove
land tourists. It will be unique uu 1
native. In Its featmes.' The action of
Kaal and his organization was panic
nearly appreciated, as It showed thai
line Hawaiian neopla are also eager lo
mtlHt Iftithc welcoming of the visitors
outertalntnent of the, viltorn for Iho
two days and the jmrt each of the or
Kuiiixollons will take In UHHlstlng,.
BRIDE WAS IN CITY
When the TotivoA Warn pascel
through 'here recently, uu. her- way to
the 'coast, there was on board a pretty
Japancro girl by thc namo of Mrs.
(loorge D. Morgan. A San Ft-ancltei
flr-nrtfA 11 Ati.rcnn nntiltnw rt I
Plerpunt Moigau, who some years agi'
created, u fmoie In this country hyl
Uiarrytng u Japanese woniuu, orrifod
at the Palace Hotel yesterday on tho
npo,1flt,J I Inillu.l ... o.nl. Il.n ............ '
of his wife, who wlll urrlvu on the
Tenyo Mary on Thuisduy, Ho has re
served 11 suite of four rooms for hlin
Lfir und wife und scrvunla at the Pal
ace. Morgan refused to be Interviewed or
say anything In connection with his
visit to San Kraiiclscn yesterday. The
last tlmo he was In the city ho and hla
bride arrived Item the Orient on the
Mauchuila und were tho guests of the
Her. Dr. Clajupclt of Trinity Episcopal
Church, who was ,1 tutor of" Morgan
soma years ago In the Hast. Moruau
will remain lieie until tho nriival of
tho liner and will dupait for tho East.
I'B0"' ASTHMX COUGHS-
A klmslt. lira n 4 flltcilic Ireitncnl (of bran
chUttrodblci, avoiding Jiuii. VporUet Crtio
i porl j
icrc ! th f)fommi of Y, hoop I
K'itvci Crir ! enc. It li i loiuiUtm
IrtMB Ailhm. Thi iti ttnitttd tttontlr idiIkk
lie, Implied whh cuir kmth, miltt tmatblnf
rain tcoihci ib iota threat and ttopt tb ch,
timrlnc KiilitUlikti, lililot iluablt tamoiitcii
wild nng children.
Send iia rUl (( dtK'Ipilte boohlft.
Til Cwt4t Antittii$
TkrtMt Tthu lor the
lultattd thrau. Tbiy
lit limpte, cletllic and
anilteilc. Of yoa I
ditflllit of liotnut, 10c
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J MOV J1 IMC 1 WIAK LOUSCSI T
.uaft &a I IicjcnVmcar mioil
t, . Wl-,0,'l rA0UHTOr.THf 1
L J "S r. r n . . . I
! 1 riJRfvfrPKifCY '
Walalua stock weiilup w)lli'a jump
Satinday and today, partly owing t
tho fact that Investors are reallilir;
what u low price It has b.en selling
ijt, und luiitly bsciuse some of theso
InveHtiirs tried to make a neat play
betvvoen Oalni and Walalua.
Arcuidlng t the story Ndd on "ihe
street'' as the financial line of iinrch
along Tort und Merchant streets Is
denominated, it number of stock Hpec
uliitoiK look 11 llj.'r In O.ilni nllh Ihe
almoHt sine irii)ec' that It would In
crease with Ihe stock dividend. They
sold Walalua fairly, cheap!) nnd
bought Oahu, cxpcc.lhg ti) sell O.ihu
nt 11 nlee pioflt and leluvest In Wulu
tint. Tho niitlclputeil ileiu iml for Wala
lua scut that stock up ami tho Invest
ors who thought they could get It'
cheap were disappointed, bat many
bought at the aifvauro because of its
excellent prospects .generally. j ;
This vasa brisk felling: day. vvjlji
Olan HptOfO.&i) '1111 accViuul'or'ateady
demand inil,Vntiiiij.nt W1M and
icady to go still llkhui Oahu also
strengthened .'unbri.j slight slackening
Tho usual dividends, Hawaiian Co'ii
merclul . reulH, Ouomea 4i cents,
und Hionoinu a dollai, v;tr. declared
Aiiuuiil biiitatlou and other allltd
corporiitlnu meetlu'ss will ImmIii lu u
few iluys, and for nearly u month there
will bo Impurtniit meetings nlinurt ev
The lliewir and Alexander & ll.ild-
win plintatlous have ulreu.l) e,illid
hevcrul annual galbcrliigs, and others'
will be iiniiouiivc-il from du.v lo day The
"c-nteiidiir" so far Is as follows.
1'ebriiary " '. Ilrc-wtr ." "o. t
Ft-hruary 14 -American Hugiir "..
Februarj H Kabuku I'lautntlon t'o. .
I'Vliiunry K lliivviill.in kjugiir i'. I
lr.-bruaiy 15 Ouhu Sugar t'o. ,
Kebru.iiyir, Kahulili It It Co.
Kuhruiii) 16 llomiiipii Agrlcultunil,
Kuliruary PI Kan Agilciiltuiiil t'o. j
Fcbrmiry 18-- Wiilolilnii ,Kreullura'
iiml (lnuhiK Co. j
Governor Fiear la to be presunt nt
the opening ot tho I'ublln Welfare ex
hibits and will ulro pitiable at thu1
conference of Cooperallve Phllanthio-!
phy to Le licltf ilnrliiB thiv com mi of'
tho exhlbllloii Tim (lovernor thinks1
thut u giuit deal of good will bo nc-.
couipllslied by this oxlilt.lt of the I'a-i
luinii Sclllement, uothliiK of tin kind
IiuvIiik plevloiisly been tried out heie.
W e k 1 1 U b 1 1 1 1 u l wr ftm
.-u-si Jt5i 1a . tti ' - ji.
CHOOSING THE STICK
There ritis lusTocen ended
in Leipsig a lawauiTtnol
sTdrfed four hundred year
aS Gettino red of delay
iKollTlgOfiTs settled out of
Able lowyers assure intnaT
tfnerewos no excuse tor this
!lnprinp procedu.e Irnry say
mat no Idw3ui1 should
under Cny circunistances .
lasTd dox- over Tnrea
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
' . . - . - - H ' ' ,
, AUTOj'BOS AND,4JNIr-ORMED REPRESENTATIVES .MEGT.,ALL
l$ ' -fl; j t J t v ,'8TEA'MER8,I:" - "!.,
NAMED AFTER THE PATRON , SAINT- OF TIS CITY, THIS
HOTEL EXPRES8E8'THE'COMr;ORTABLE "SPIRIT.(,OF OLD CALI
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 .UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
ASK ME FOR ESTIMATES ON
-. c-rj C?-5; ?.'-J5T",
rei.iale Help In Paris Until 12 Hours i
a Dii) und llitlrr Tre.ilminl.
P.MJia, Jiinuary 20. Tho preaideiil
of tlie Mnlduei'vanta' Union, an oigaiic
lation recently formed, has. puhlbh
ed sumo lntuiestlng details as to tho
limxrum of the union, which h m al
loady been Joined by over seven thou
The servants ure agltntlug for the
Introduction nf a twelve-hour day. but
they will work fniiilee.t hours In ex
ceptional rates. They also ilennnd
licttnr tiuatiucul by eiiplo)i)-s, no
ulceplui; In kitchens and halls,. but th"
piovlslon of special servants' loams.
Ohl-ugo pepaionn und ielislons In
(a:io of lucnpaclly for wriil; are de
manded, timl they ulru claim a mini
mum Humility wage of f.M lor lm-
VTIW COW VI
VIS. To VXTTt '
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glnuerb, $." for (hiimbennalds
ft. in fitr rouks, ,
Kinnlly they demanded one free aft
ernoon eech week, besldea one free
Aiimlay nlldrnooii each foitnlght, ami
four weeks' holiday euch your, ilurlnr;
which vvnt;t;s must bo paid. These ho
liday a must bu grunted ijultu uparf
(lorn. whether Jtlici acrvsuts accompany
tholr c-mp!o)cra o summer resorts
The rervantH believe Hut In a few'
jcuih, vvheu the oiginlz itlon will lt
Joined by really all tnuldservtintK,
lliey will be strong enough to -enforce
all their demands by n general
l,llll,Al)F.l.l,IHA.( ,Pu. Itudolpll
lllnnkcuburg, fur mtmy yeura u leadrr
lu reform movemciils, run for'' mayor v
mi the Keystone ticket In an attempt ',
tu ilefenl the nunilnc'es of th.v Kirty or-
C.iuUJtluiis. Ilu Is ii inllllonulre,
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