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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1912.
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BUSINESS MEN BELIEVE IN
PROMOTION; WANT MONEY FOR IT
Significant Action Taken
Meeting of Merchants
BUSINESS REVIEW OF
GENERALLY QUIET WEEK
Sugar Dropping in Pi ice Owina
to Disturbed Labor Condi
tionsStock Quiet Gen
eral Business Mattel s.
One of tho most significant limine
moes of the wee'e a tin ileum ol
tin- Morihanls ii'i'hn i(.eu at
ti.e tegular iimirle.it nicotinic In fMw.r
or nmlng nioru tunU lor ,r. -in l l,,ii
Tho unanimous sentiment jf the'
mooting hold on I'ir'H'li.' "ii that,
I lit' funds nwiilnbl- for
work should lio Iner.'n-iod
The I'ro i
motion Committee's !nn no .it tno
present time I $l.",tioo , .war 's
the discussion developed It wus
thought that the Committee sl.mil"
have belter llnanelal support ami u.r
funds could best lie derived fiom mi
Increase In the shippers
'I'll irt so culled tax In now
ton. The I'tomotlon Comtnlltee gen
tiliout $300 a month from this source I
When the Shlppeis' Wharf ioinmlln.o
gets a fund of $100,000 as n permanent
fund to assure money in ease ot
emergency quarantine measures, the,
I'niniotlon Commltteu can liae inoioj
atul not till then.
Secretary Wood's paper rentl liefore
the Association showed what Is now I
generally accepted that money npcnt
lor promotion In well Invested mult lie i
elty unil Territory will prolll by put-,
lug more money Into the hands of the
promotion workers. (
CoiiBeiiueiitly when it ramp to n dis
cussion of how to obtain more moiie) I
the HhlppcrH whnrf tax was rcertod
to UK the proper source anil the proper
method of rnlslug the necessar)
funds. If the tn Is doubled the Pro
motion Couiiiilttee could hnc In the I
neighborhood of $2,000 iter month and.
then lie able to follow up the line of
advertising already developed In new
Holds for dtnwing tourists. Tho Html
outcome of the meeting was to decide
that n recommendation be mndo fa
Mirable to doubling the whnrf tax, the!
Inorcaro to be especially for promo-1
lion purposes, that thu Shippers'
wharf committee be Interviewed owl
that a special meeting of the Mer-I
chants Association he called to further
consider the matter.
The slgnllkant feature of the whole
discussion wns the unanimous senti
nient at once evident when promotion
and extension of promotion work wat
iL'entloned. The town is ronWnocI
lhalv(lertlslnK the cltv and Territory
I uys. It Is convinced that it is good
business to bring people to tho Isl
amis, and that the people will come
In steadily Increasing numbers when
they know what there Is lioTe.
It Is all In line with the docloM
ment of the communliv Idcn that there
are other things In Hawaii besides
sugar that desero attention and
which will sero to make the town
grow and prosper. Ibis is good tiual-
I.ess and most fortunate for tho com-
mutiny rue nav win come wiieii me
pfoplo throughout the Islnnds will
come to an applet' a'lon of the sa-ne
facts, and then the dlillcultics will boilua, 130; 5 Walalua, 130
lemoved from gelling a proper pro-
motion appropriation through tho ,";
Islature. One hundred thousand dol
lars a year is 110110 too lurgo a fund I
for Hawaii to expend on eoiuniunlt)
'Iho sugar and sugnr market sltua
tlon is iinchniiged and very ipilot. Dur
ing tho week tho prko of raw suars Drill StieH Lot
has steadily dropped following tho u ,B cxl.cll!1, iat ,n fow ,,ny8l ""l. """ "' ottua K"ml n.plgn doeument .'ane sugar
cuise of tho Kiironean market, until ,.., ,. ,,ortOI. (,r tilu .1,111 shed loll "l1"110" l"c1c ,m,, , C,L" , ,, ,. I very decidedly a Democratic Indus-
lt Is now In the vicinity of four cents. !',' ,!0 Vurne.V bnck' ,0 ,0 Tor to' y S'far lo.'tor t cm, toy Z ,r m,nlTr ,"n"U ""' I""!!' "?
This fall In the prl.e of sugar n u by th(. ,,V(lorill (i()Vurnmcllt. ThlH ,' f f"r c ' ' k from protection comes largely hrough
rope and America Is credited to tho ,im,ly bo done through tho final re- 5 ,"Rl1"" 110 "1'0', '.,, ""' "'"'V "" M,Kiri "n'1 "'' n,,lM'r ",1"
Inlluento of tho coal strike and gen- ini "end the avenuo In making better tho many )nlru Mr ,,llllor.iod. In the role of
otally disturbed labor con.lltlo.u "" '' ?.",?.. ," 1 i, 'o " . !,,lf ""!' on,1,, ot ",p ol,y ,hul wo Agnmemnon. sternly leading Democ
uro short of coal and men and the
people In all lines of trade arc out ol
work and their ronsuiulng power
thereby greatly reduced. There Is
nothing In tho nature of unexpected
Increnso In production to bring about
Iho steady downward tendency When
business resumes Its natural channels
the price of sugar will resiimo Its
natural llgures bused 011 consumption
riM.. nmiBiin itt 11 iihlu III l'n tl li li if rill 1
.. ' . ... iiUi,.pi. ,i. .,..
IS IIUV nilVII II" I" .,n....M ,,.' nos...
producers up to the present time. The
hearings beforo tho r'nanco Commlt
teo of tho Scnnte are proceeding with
nmplo opportunity given for tho pro-i
smitatloti of Iho side of the producers.
The opinion Is general that tho Senate
will not rpport nnv reduction of the
tariff lower than that proposed by the
llrlstow bill, mid that reduction Is no
In the local stock market there has(
been very llttlo trading. Tho latter,
part of the week tho markot weakened!
nlT for no spocinl reason.
Hoporls presented at Iho nnniial
ineetlng of llio Hawaiian Commercial
stockholders woro distributed In the
city, Iho meeting having been hold
this week In San Krnnclsco. Tho piln
clpnl action of tho stockholder wa.i
In approve the recommendation of the
directors that tho stock ho declared
fully paid up. Tills has been antici
pated and was Ihoreforo discounted
long ago In tho stock transactions.
The slock miles for tho weok fol
low: Monday, April 8.
llotweeii Hoaids: 76 II, 0. At 8. Co.
.. ,. n., .... -, .-' .... ........,.w.. ... ui' ...... .....vvi ... ... i.n.i itritnr ..,.. ,,.... ..-. ..... ..... u........ i.....
1 (ex. illv.l. I4.;.0, 10 II. C k S. Co.
! (ox. dlv.t, 45; 1 Walalua, 130; 15
I Wulalnn, 130; $7000 Nntomns Cs, 94;
Jfiono Nntomns Gi, !M; $2000 Nntnniu)
I fit, "11: $i;ooo Olna Cs, ifi.7."; $."000
Olna fii, !IB ".".
, Session Stile 20 O. It. ft 1,. Co.,
Nil; f. Oaliu, 29; 2:, Onlm. 2'; IT, On-
1 Ini. 2!; : OiiIiii, 2'l; ft Onlm, 211; !) On-
Nil. 20; ft Onlm, 21): 10 Onomoa. r,l;
SO llonnknn. lt.ST'; ft Onlm, 20; 75
Hwn. :i:i; ft Kwn, 33; 2ft II. C. ic 8. Co.,
41. 7ft; :. llnw. 0. & H. Co.. 44.75; 10
Haw C. - S. Co.. 11.75; 17 II Ho Com.
0 50; 140 II. C. ft S. Co.. 44.75; 10
II. C. ft S. Co.. 41.75; 100 Mellrydo.
'I 37'4: 1"0 Mcllryde. H.37V4: N)
Olnn, 7.75; 25 Olnn, 7.75; 5 Olna, ".
75; 50 Onlm, 20; 50 Oalin, 20.
!UI degree Centrifugals, 4.30, Par
ity. ".05. .ss-dogrco Analysis lleetH,
Iletween Hoards 200 Olnn. 7.75; 150
Olna, 7.75; 150 Olaa, 7.75; 10 Olaa,
7.75; 10 Kwn, 33; 20 Kun, 33; 3(i IMo
neer. 35; 10 II. C. ft 8. Co.. 41.75; 15
II. C. ft S.
Co.. 14 75; '
Co.. 44.75; 25 II. C. ft 8.
5 II. C. ft 8. Co., 15; 35
Onlm. 20; 30 Onlm, 20; $30,000 Nnlo
ilins lis, 01.
Session Sales 5 Illlo Com., 9.25;
100 Olaa. 7.75; 5 llllo Com., 9.25; 25
Olan. 7 75; 5 Olna, 7.75; 5 Mcllryde.
9.371$; 5 Mcllryde. 9.3714: 5 Mellrydo
what! ihx.1 H.374: 5 Mcllrjdo. 9.37V4; 35 Mc
ten ten's alllrxlc. 9.37'4.
90,-iIegree Centrifugals. 4.30
II), 5.03. SX-degteo Anal) sis
Heels, 14s. 3d.
Iletween Hoards; 10 Kwn, 3.1; 100
Kwn, 33; 90 Kwn, 33; S5 Kwn, 33; 100
Mcllryde, 0.25; 50 Mclli)ile, 9.25; 700
Mcllryde, 9.25; 250 Mcllr)de. 9 25; 25
Onlm, 29.25; .10 Onlm. 29.25; 30 Pio
neer, 35.50; 13 l.-l. S. N. Co.. Nil); 21
I.-l. S. N. Co. IGii.
Session Sales: 15 JJwn. 33; 50 Olaa,
7.75; 10 Olaa, 7.75; 5 llonokaa. It.
S7'4; 10 Kwn. 33; 50 Kwn. 33; too
Kwn, 33; ft Onltit, 119.21, 25 Onlm, 29.
25; S Onlm. 20.25; 5 II C. ft 8. Co.,
45.25; 5 II. C. ft S. Co., 45.25; 6 Wat
alua, 132; 20 Wnlalua. 132; 5 Wnlalua,
132; to Olnn. 7.75; 9 Pioneer. 35.75.
April 10, 1912 Wnlliiku,
Hutchinson, 20 rents.
'Jfi-dcgioo Contrirugals, 4.23,
Ity. 4.99. SB-degree Analysis
Hoots, 14s. '
.Thursday, April 11.
Iletween Hoards; It Pioneer, 35.75;
50 Pioneer, 35.75; 10 Pioneer, 35.75;
20 II. C. ft S. Co.. 45; 5 II. C. ft S.
Co.. 45; 10 II. (J. ft S. Co., 45;
Walalua, 132; 5 Oahu, 29.25; 0 O.1I111
19.25; 50 Olan. 7.75; 40 Kwn, 33; 10
Kua, 31; $1000 Olna Os, 97.
Session Sales- $5000 llllo Kx. fis,'
94.50;. 50 Olaa. 7.75; 5 Oahu. 29.12V..: I
5 Oahu. 29.121,.; 9 Pioneer, 35
Pioneer, 55.75; 5 Pioneer, 35.75;
Mellryile, 9.37',4; 10 Mcllryde. 9.!
50 Mcllrde. 9.25; 20 Mcllryde. 9.:
ki Paliaug Itnbber Co.. 20,
April II. 1912 -Paauliau. 20 cents.
9fl-dcgioo Centrifugals, 4.17. Par-
SS-degreo Analysis Heels,
Friday, April 12.
Iletween Hoards 10 Pioneer, 35.75;
00 Pioneer, 35.75; 109 Pioneer, 35.50;
7 Pioneer, 35.50; 100 Paauliau, 25,fi2Vj,
20 Ouhu, 29.12y, 30 Oahu, 29; $3000
uiaa us, ui; su mail, 1.111,
Session Snles: 30 Olnn, 7
,' r" .!..i..
Olaa, 7.0214; 5 Walalua, 130
0 Olnn 7 TiO'
7 r.n- r.'n rii,',,.'
130; 5 Walalua, 130; I
100 Olnn, 7.50; 50 Olna
,.10; RO Olna.
T.Iiu; r. i:wa, 33; 10 Olna, ".Il.Vi: 30
Oahu, 29 j 1U0 Oahu, 2!l; 10 Olaa
: Kwa. 32. S7'.: S Pioneer. 3.1. CO,
Sfl-degreo Oeiitrlfugnls, 1.11.
Ity. A.m. SSdegtoe Analysis
1 loots J
1 Inud for nn armory site. This action
has been expected for a long time
Iho matter In hand for some lime, und,'"""1 fr 1"""r V h ,'", '"" ,y
.through Its recommendation all hat cannery con.orns of tho Islands ho
1 .,... 1. ., 1 . ..L ilnuriill 'rrawiv tnir Comoaiiv. which
Ident" TaR .0 inake . ho .Va n,f o
Tho Filipino Investigator of the la
in Hawaii has about
liulshed his work. Ho has. been 011
the other Islands for somu time, und
miller tho guidance ol It. I). Mead, and
i,u seen a. u.eio 10 oo seen as io,
conditions heie. Kmin what can bo
learned the leports ho will make to
those who sent him will bo most la
orable to conditions In Hawaii.
Tho imcstlgutor Is a member of
tho Philippine Assembly nnd will re
port dllect to that body whon ho re
lu l. ...111 ,!,,. I,.
Among the many schemes for tho ad
vertising of Hawaii Is n new 0110 lu-
atigurated by tho Vlclor Anlniatogruph!
i:ompany 01 ino Htuto of Iowa, This
company .has perfected a scheme of of fruit. This shipping Is being itiii'llnRtn fr(,m (1(? (jnvernmetit and, nf
ii'iiroducliig photos so that thuy can through tho Division of Murketiug of(lcr a tlioroimli remodeling nnd re-ar-
bo thrown 011 a screen anil enlarged
or contracted at will. A largo nuin -
ber of scenes of Hawaii liavo been
treated this wa) and there Is a shoit
story goes with every one of tho
On Wednesday afternoon there was
a meeting of tho stockholders of tho
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Mountain King Mining Company at
which It wns decided to pny up at
onro tho assessment of live cents n
kIiiiio Hint was called for. This wns
done on the strength of somo corres
pondenco from (leorgo Iloss, In which
HoHH stnteil Hint tho prospects for tho
tnlno nre bright and that the wink
ought to be kept up.
Itoss, at his own request, was re
lieved of tho presidency. Mr. Miller
Is In volubly considered for the posi
tion. Fire Trucks.
Two motor propelled fire trucks ex-
peeled for some time liavo arrived
and liae been given n tryout. They
appear lo riimti up to the oxpeclnllons
of those who will handle them.
Ileforo finally accepted by tho city
they will pass through the hands l,
nn expert demonstrator who Is ox-
peeled lo arrive oil tho Willielmlua.
Ilsoussloii on the commercial build
ing Is still rife. Ity tho settlement of
tho Sprockets case In Sail Francisco
1 It Is thought that tho Sprockels cor
ner ut Hlshop und Merchant streets,
1 at present occupied by tho Associated
f,nraK' will mako an Ideal location
for tho proposed commercial building.
ninilt.ee '' ai-Polnted to got,
'" ,mlcl' w" "10 Spreckcls Interests!
nil wlint can ho dono toward se -
curing Iho corner.
I A vote In the Joint committed on
tho question of ownership
7 to 2
I simple or tease resulted in a
vole 101 lull niiiliiu ii iivininji,
The city Is pretty well divided on
the parking scheme for Knlnkni.a
nvenuo Different commercial bodies
(of the city liavo held meetings on tho
iiiestlon, but owing to the difference
In addition to tho extensive propara-
, lm a largo plant at .wild, has leased
over 10U0 acres of laud from tho Oahu
Hallway & Land Co.. and will Imme
diately start lo plant tho same to
pineapples. This company Is also ne
gotiating for n largo tract of land be'
111 "i .....v. run K lllliu .liss ipoiKeiiiii niiKiii l,UIJ
longing to A. W. Van Vnlkenhtiig. who"'1' "'lh ''"K v" '"'" ",rr" ,K
has' been oxpoi.ment.ng wh cotton- '' -tcrs "" P"'""""
1 growing but has
1 discouraged on account
of tho boll-
, ,t , 1)rol)nbIo tho Uawn
,.'...',:.... ,.,.,.. ...in niu u..n,im
l-lv-nt-i.niB uiiiil I "" " -
this land for tho glowing of pines
Tho two tanneries at iwilel figure
on packing over liOO.iinu cases of pine
apples between them Ihls cunning sea
son. Banana Trade.
Hawaii has been most fortunate In
bauatiu shipments to the Coast, where
(ho strict examination 01 an iron. ar
riving from Hawaii' Is subject to, 'audi
a quaruiitiue on boiuo varieties
. This shipping Is being !
iho Immigration Department. It Is
, reported that only one bunch of ba-
mums out 01 a poHsiuie ;u.immi uuiiciioh
was destroyed 011 account of scule.
New Local Vessel,
According to tho latest advlcos Ha
waii will soon huvo a now vessel lu
tho Inter-lslntid trade. It Is under
stood that the Malsou Nnvlguttou Co.
GLEE CLUB TO
Tho fourth nnuunl concert to bo glv
on bv the Onlm Colteee (lice Clubs will
Inko plnoo Hnturilny evening, April1
20th. at 8 o'clock In Charles It. Hlshop
Hull on the Collego enmpus. .ludglug
(from previous concerts, this una
I should prove n derided success for al
though tho glee clubs each year are.
mndo up of different students, new
ouch coming In to fill Hie plnces of
thoso who have left school, they nre
generally one ns good as tho other.
Thin year's certainly tome up to H10
highest expectations and should acquit
themselves very creditably. I ho pro
gram, n rather varied one, follows:
1 llrldal Chorus
Cowen's "Hose Maiden"
Hovh' mid dills' (lice Clubs
2 Klegle Nollet
3 Nymphs' Song (Nenpolltati Alrl
Olrls" (Hop Club
4 "(lood-nlght, I.lttlo (llrl, flood.
Night" I. C. Mney
Hovh' (Hep Chili
Solo bv Allnti ltonton
5 "Hoses In .lime" I'M. Herman
Violin Obligate. -Dm Is Tavlor
0 Curriculum (Hen Woods
Hoys' (lice Club
1 Pilgrims' Chorus.. ltlchd. Wagner
Hoys' and Olrls' (lice Clubs
2 HeatitgcBsang and Notturno ...
(Arranged for two pianos by
(llenn McCrnckeii-l,yle Holmes
3 Two Orendlors It. Schiimnnn
4 "Itockaby Lady from Hushaby
Street" 1'redk. Chapman
Marguor Wadmaii. Thelma Mur
phy, (llena McCracken, Until
"Cnrmena" II. I.nno Wilson
Olrls' (llee Club
nrr. by Andrew Poepoe '14
Hoys' Oleo Club
MISS DIETZ TO TEACH
AT PUNAHOU PREPARATORY
.Miss Anna Margaret Diets of 1911
Keeaunmkii street Inn. bt- n engagi'il to
tiutli the lieKliiners" class In the P11
liubou I'ri'iKirnlon School This class
consists of boys mid gills who liegsn
school In Jiinuim In the llrst grndii or
those who have entered that grndu
since. Miss t'ecke has the regular
llrst grade us before This plan pro
vides for giving 11 large amount of
Individual Instruction and careful
training by Mls t'eeke mid Miss Dlelx
to the ste.'iilllv-lncreasliig number of
boys and girls entering the llrst grade
nod the beginnerf.' class since the
opening of the nnnex In Jnnimry.
MAV flflN HAVE SAME
mH orriliron TrnniTnnv
Following tho visit of .ludgo Hohln
Ron to Kauai tho clerk of that circuit
lias decided to adopt the system of
tiling his minutes used In the tourts
of the First Circuit here.
Clerk M. T. Sliuonton spent the
morning preparing the necessary
forms and these will bo sent nlong
next week. It Is thought that this
may ho the llrst move towurds the
adoption of a uniform system through-
Louisiana produces from six to seven
hundrtd million pouuds f cane sugar
a enr 11111I contains lens than nine
thousand Hi'publlcau voters out of a
total population of over one million
six hundred thousand. The l'ree .Sug
ar Hill, thirefore. Is probably 11 pretty
to the MK-rlllelul altar thus enabling
the party to point out next summer
that It was perfectly
willing to tune
"". . i . , .. li.ii.n.ii
The bill Is in '" '
course, as a campaign document
J' ';7'!5 "T!J7uX
Ity of Its becoming a I11U. H.itunlay
Special programs for the amusement
of nil the out-of-town people who ur-
?"""""'",-.;. V 1 1 ... 1 ..
i"" i""M " " "'":'";'"" '.
llllir llllX-OUII ll.lliei-ll., ..I.'ll.r. ...........
the funny violin player, and .Miss Oul
ilen, the lady ventriloquist
The Kinplro will have several series
of excellent pictures', nnd lllllle Under
Ye Liberty Is presenting five acts
and pictures. One of these Is n new
act that Is billed as a "novelty won
der net " Itaul Terclra and Ills musi
cians. Hamlin and Mack (tlunccriO nnd
John I lingers (songs) nre the other
jj jj b m Jt It tt tt tt H It K H tt tt
Imaeil tlm old gunboat Hell'
ranging of Interior, this vessel will ho
used bv tho Matson company as a
"feeder" for Iho larger vessels of tho
same line. Tho Ilonnliiglou will gath
er up sugar nnd molasses ut the dlf
ferent Island ports and bring tho sumo
to Honolulu to bo loaded llllo tho lar
ger boats. She will liavo specially Ill
ted tnukn for the carrying of molnnsos,
Uitabll il I7S0
Por eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
av K . 'rj..
Itiithtcrcd U. fl Patent Offlro
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb tins
Baker's Chocolate (.unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Sale by Leading Grocers In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHBSTBK. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
and Picture Series
LOOK THIS OVER
4... FOUR -4
Ruttlan Dancers Biggest Hit in Town
Eccentric Violin Act
A Roaring Comedy, "Honest"
Female Ventriloquist Loads of
TOUR GOOD PICTURES
ATTOUNKV IHWIN of llllo is lu
V. T. HOIIINSON of Wallukil. Maul.
Is in town, having m lived this morn
ing. Si:.ATOU li. 11. MAKIIKAIT of Iln
mnkiia, Hawaii, mine, in this morning
lu tho Muuun Ken.
II I,. HOLSTCIN, Speaker of Iho
lloiiso of IleptesentntlveB, caino down
today from Kohala, Hawaii. Ho ar
rled lu the Minimi Kea.
IIKNUY IIICCKI.HY, manager of tho
Volcano Stables station at Walniea,
Hawaii, is lu Honolulu us n delegate
to the Republican convention.
m:v sti:i'iii:n' i, di:siia of nun,
Hawaii, was an arrival this morning
lu the Manila Kea. Ho will attend the
Republican Teriitotial convention
("HAS. WILCOX, county auditor or
Maul, and one of the delegates to the
Republican Tortllorhil convention,
which meets next .Monday, wus an ar
rival this morning lu the Mniimi Kea
J I'. COOKi:, pieshlent of tho Taft
League, who ui.iilu a Hying (tip In tho
l.in llllo to Hawaii on Wednesday, re
turned this morning In the Manna
Kea. lie was met at thu whnrf by
John II Wise anil Heiiram von Datum
BK.N LYONS, a well known Maulnu,
was an arrival in Honolulu this morn
ing He sa)H the wireless, telling of
thu dcreat of Shoilff Jnnett and May
or Ketn lu their piecluctH In thu prim
ary elections of laat week wus t gte.it
Bill'piiso lo Maul Denuiciutii.
On Monday Morning
we will place on
about 50 Pieces of assorted
at the Closing Out Price of
1 Oc a yard
Amongst these you will find goods for
merly priced as high as 35c a yard,
Printed Flaxons, Galateas,
Fancy Organdies, etc.
BUILT IN SAN FRANCISCO
Sizes from 4 to 500 li. p.: 1 to 6 cylinders. The most economical and up-to-date
distillate and gasoline engine in the American market.
SOLE AGENT IN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
HENNING A. PETERSON,
Office and Machine Shop with John Neill, 135 Merchant Street
Office Telephone 3724
The balance of
L. B. Kerr
Stock has been removed to the KAPI0
LANI BUILDING, and will be sold re
gardless of cost.
No reasonable offer refused.
Clothing, Hats, Underwear,
Furnishings, Dry Goods,
lAtjiL M. i. X, taLalfi