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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
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I TO LET. WANTED. '
Trout room, nicely furnished, moa-'Wllo-proof
; hot ami cold, bath; on
oar line. No. 736 Lmialllo St., near
No 1115 l.unallio St. Blx rooms; mod
irns cool. Ilcnt 136. Apply at 1327
l'cnsacola St. 6133-tf
I'urniMird cottage, private hnth, wllh
llml-clami hoard. 1345 Kminu St.
Only malting HMk In Honolulu Mcr
uintllc 1'rlntlnit Co. G220-31
Small cottage, completely fiirnlBhcd.
181 S. Vlncjiird St. D219-6t
Tlio property known an tho Wilder
building, corner of Kort and Queen
ktrccla. DlmcnMona 41x65. Tho build
ing will ho remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C Kroner & Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
Tho ArKotiaut Itoomi with or with
out hoird, hot or cold hatha. 627
Heretanla St.; Dione 1308.
furnished apurtments and slnglo
rooms Gati7Cl Place, 112 Vineyard
St.: Phono 1541. SlOC-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.-
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking dlstame from post
office. Address "Ik II.", Bulletin of
Oct. - i03S-tf
Fuml-hcd rooms, with board, at llu.R,in for oinc. post0n. Not under 21;
tare cottage, Wo'kikL
Nicely - furnished rooms with board.
Apnlr 13611 KIiir St : Phone 2699.
l-'lowers Lels to order at Julia Kala
klel.i, Puuahl and Nmianii; Til. 317G
Piulllc Illcctrlo Co Motor and dyna
mo repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sulci,,.. . nf p.,,..,,,, ...,rU ., ....,
134 S. llerctanla St.; Tel. 3132,
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat-1
siiiniitu, 9n0 Alakea at, near King.'
Phono 1756. (0.70-tf
Jaiancse Employment Office Ilo, Her
etanla St., nr. Punehhowl. Phono
Domestic, hotel, club, shop, odlcc help.
1033 Bethel St Phone 3S7I
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Gcnrgo Yuinnda, general contractor.
TMImatcs furnished. 208 McCandless
llldg ; Phono 2157.
For hire, seven-seated Paikard Phono
2511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
Kor rent, seven-passenger Packard.
Phone 3848. Oalm Auto Stand. Jim
AUTO FOR SALE.
1911 I'ord touring car.
cnnlzlng Co.. Ltd.
Klrst-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
318 King; phone L'53fi.
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
sold und exchanged J Carlo, Kort St.
Hxperienced teacher glvca piano lea
sons, (3 month (8 lessons); special
attention adult beginners. Music, this
Dr S Ochlal Strictly private.
Rt'etanla Ave.; IMinna .133?
Akana the Cook
la prepared to cater to those fond of
line Chlncso cooking. Dinner for 6,
10, IB or nioro prepared right at your
homes If desired. Leave orders at
Terr Messenger Service, Tel. ltd.
CREDIT FOR MEN.
A little down and a little each pay day
will keep ou well dressed Tho
Model, Fort St., noxt to tho Convent.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
1M Hotel 8tretl Phone 2111
All ladles' and Rents' clothing to he
cleaned, prcitxcd and remodeled a It
vhould bo dono by American urtlst.
Popular prices. Call or nddre&s J.
W. Weinberg & Co, 225 Ilutel St,
ojip. Hawaiian Hotel; l'hono 3814.
ljicllen' glovo cleaning a specialty.
Suits roado to order from 115 up:
lit litiarnntred 5196-lm
Ve lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. Ono
prlco to nil rrco delivery, phono
30.'2 Honolulu Soda Water Co, Ltd,
3A North Ilcrotanl SL: Chas. E.
Krashcr, malinger. 4341-tf
:000 railway mall clerks wanted. J 90
month. Honolulu examination May
4. Coaihlnt, free. Wrlto Franklin
Institute, Dopt. 435. N, Rochester,
.N. V. 5193-lm
To rent by May 1, a largo living room,
downtown, wllh ground Moor, c
rnuda, good llcht and view Willing
to pay $12 to f 20. Addrcsi "J K," 1
Ilulletln v 5221-lw j
Bookbinder or ruler wanted Immedl- '
utcly at the Ilulletln ofllco. Good j
position to good, reliable party. Ap
ply to I'orcinnn, Ilulletln I'ub. Co.
A limited amount of notudlvlilend
pajlng oil anil mining stocks In ex
change for real estate. "O P," c.ire
Experienced salesman to handle a good
selling lino on the road. Box 1234,
Bulletin oineo. 6174-tf
white Night work.
!i !!!!. tf
Hy Intelligent oung nun, who has
had several enra' cxpcrlcmo In of
fice, as well us In hII hriiuchcH of
plantation work, with best recom
mendations. Address T 11," this
onico . 6222-3t
Young man between 19 and 20 Hits
knowledge of typewriting and iifllco
work. Address "L M," this otllcc.
man und gardener. Address "Stcnls
-- --..- - ---- .. .
Moliemta," Ilulletln otllcc.
verslty Club and Mouna Hotel,
dress -II h'.". care Ilulletln.
House unit ln, corner Kalmukl mid
Scenth Anc Newly built, cxctllint
marine lew. t200 cash, balance oil
monthly Instalments of f30. A snap.
Apply II Rosenberg. 5J21-tf
Sorrel marc, seven years old, 14 X
hands, well tralnid tor middle anil
harness, with well-bred colt three
weeks old L200. Adnress U J. Kly,
Schotleld Barrack. 6221-3t
Completely furnished six-room house
Practkiilly new. Two beilrooins and
bath Near three car lines Quick
cish sule; nvMier leaving touutry.
1304 Matlock Ae. 5220.31
New 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
6lix!18: S2000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondern, 81 Merchant St.; Phono
Bargains In real (stale, on bea-shore.
plains nnd hills "Pratt." 101 Stan
genwald Bldg ; Telephone 1602
New Home tewing machine; drop
head; llrut-class condition fin Ap
ply 837 Young ft. CS50-.1t
One Miar dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stoik Address Ulwel, ll'illn-
Inter-Island and Oahu Ilallroad shlo
plng hooks, nt Dullctln office. tf
Tho Trunso envelope
invention No adilrcsslng necesfiiry
in sending nut bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, sole agents for
Kllle Halrdresslng and Manicuring Par
lor Odlee, Room No. 70 Young Ilhlg
Hvenlngs by appointment. I'honn
CREDIT FOR LADIE8.
Dress up Waists. Skirts, Stills,
Dresses, Capes, Cloaks and CoaU. il
u week; wear while paying, 1119
I'ort St., next to J, Carlo's.
A llttlo each pay day, wear while pay
ingSkirts, AYalsts, Dresses, Suits,
Capes, Clonks nnd Coats. 1119 Tort
St., next to J, Carlo C210-121
O E R,0 ST R O M
Odd Fellows' Dlook
are hard to win when one's
complexion Is marred by
pimple, blackheads and
blotches Strengthen your
charms by keeping your
complexion clear, with
THE RAILROAD MAN'S
Caso and Works guarantied.
Tiny cost you from
JEWELERS 11S HOTEL 8T.
r"0 W CYC
1117 FORT STREET
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO
"Everything In Bookt"
All the Latest Popular Novels
A. B. A R L r. I G II & CO, Ltd.
HOTEL, NLAR TORT
For GENERAL OFFICE 8TATION
CRY and FILING SYSTEMS, call er
write to us. and we will till your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
e.11 FORT SI REET
I F I T'B PAINT
And you want a good job, sea tn
CHARP SIGNS ARC SEEN
.Phone 1697 847 Kashumanu
Chas. R. Trazior
Hhune 1371 122 Kinr (t
DO IT NOW,
Send to tho United Tailors and have
your suits cleaned, prossed und re-
aired. Altered It nceossary. Trompt
and personal attention given to all or
ders. Tel. 3990, Knplolniil building.
WM. E. MILE8
Proprietor and Manager '
No. 20 Beretanla St., nr. Nuuanu Ave.
All kinds of hats Cleaned and Blocked.
We sell the latest styles of Porto Rico,
Panama and Felt Hats. All work guar
anteed. Called for and delivered on
short notice. Prices moderate. FELIX
First In circulation First In the
hearts ot the people. That's the II 11 !
1 r 1 1 11 nnd wli) Ilulletln ads pay.
eiifliiil'MiiwMisMBai'li iisWMrilil llff till Wlilwil iii miismmeMlimmmmitmvvflm
t Associated I-ra Cable.)
WOHCUSTHIt, Mnst... April 20
Tlieodnro Itoosoyclt replied tonight to
tho recent clmrgo mndo against 1.1m ."" "V ,1 h I wn
by President Tatt. that ho vvo ln.in.fE J'l J'LTL ","? Zt t
ccro In Ills campaign utterances,
making one of tho bitterest speeches
In recent American political hlitory.
Tho former President nccttsed his suc
cessor of Ingratitude, nf Insincerity,
of violating the canons of decency
and of being too weak to carry out
nny of tho reforms lio "professes to bo
In faor of,"
"It Is nn evil trnlt to bite the hand
that feeds yotl," sold Mr Iloosoclt
ns u preface to Ills nttnek upon tho
President. Ha then arraigned Mr
Taft 011 a scoro of points Tho Presi
dent, ho dcclnrcd, Is Insincere In Ills
altitude of personal friendliness to
wards him, tho speaker He li dis
loyal lo tho past friendship that assist
ed him lo tho position ho now fills,
nnd in his actions ho Is proving I1I111-
Rclt equally dlslnjnl towards nnj mrt
of fair dealing and towards every
canon of decent y.
"Ilo means woll," paid Mr Roose
velt, "but ho means well very weak
ly." Continuing, Mr. ltoohcvclt suld that
ho had "desperately hoped Unit .Mr
Taft would show, himself re.1snn.1hlv
lit for tho high oniro to which Ihoi
voles ot tho people hnvo elevated him,
but I have reluctantly been compelled
In decide that ho I111R nlloned himself
lo fall under the Influence of men who
aro not well meaning nnd who nro by
110 menus fcublo in not being well
In closing, Mr. Itnosevclt said.
"Such it man us William Howard Taft
has proven himself In ho Is preem
inently lit In bo used In the high ofllco
ho occupleB by tho powers of evil
That la why tho interests arc lodny
urrayed on tho stdo of the I'rcsldont."
FOHCIIl.V WAKSIIIPS Vtll.l,
I'VTitoi, Mi:xir cost
MKXIt'O CITY. April 2fi -A Ilrit
Ish warship has been ordered sent to
the wrstico.ist to rescue, British sub
jects in the hands of Mexican revolu
tionists, Svlillo n second British war
ship tins been ordoicd to tho Unit
coast for 11 like purpose
11 In oiw-l,l hnr,. lln.l nllior ln.'
ors will follow this example and thati
. ... ... 1
iMoxicnti portH win im unurr iuq pru
tcctlnn of foreign guns.
Crook In a Ilurrj.
SAN KRANCIBCO, April 2C Orders
to rush repairs on tho U. 8. transport
Crook nnd to prepare tier for Immed
iate service have been received nt.tho
chief quartermaster's department hero
Tho Transport rtuford tndnv re
ceived orders lo proceed to the Mox
linn west co.isl and take nn any Amer
ican refugees who rany bo found,
r'trrcn itiiltle Itaglng.
riU.IACAN. Bln.itil(I, Mexico, Apill
26. The lleuist battle) of tho prcsentj
revolution Is now raging In nml
mound this clly, the federal gnrrlson
being holly attacked by 11 superior
body of rebels.
Famine Further S011II1.
THIMC, Territory of Teplc, Mexico,
April 2G. The rebels nro In full pos
Bcsslon of Iho surrounding ' country
und no trains liavo pasted over tho
mils of tho Mexican Railroad for
eleven das. From Ilia Hlnlu houro
down to tho humblest hovel the food
supply is nt tho famino point. Ref
ugees from Iho country lllslrlttH hnvo
(lowded Inin Ihe city nnd tho Elluti
tton Is vcrj- grave
Tod iy. ns n resull of the rebel f)om-
hnrdment of Iho clly, tho cnt'udral,
whit h was crowded with refugees,
wnvdcmnl Islinil and there was n henvy
Iohh of Ufa when tho shells bogan to
pour against tho cathedral wails.
hi.rllng tho masonry In ull directions
HriKiris 11 Vlclnrj.
WAHHINOTON, April 26 Presi
dent Mndcro has notlllcd tho Mexican
einlasRy horo thai tho rebels at Teplc
have been defeated nnd driven back
NF.W YORK, April 20. P.ickcy Mc
Farland, Amcrlinii champion, bested
Malt Wells, the lirhtwolght cli.impion
of England, in n ton round'go Hi Mad
(son Squaro (iarden tonight, Iho fight
era weighing In nt 13f pounds. "Mc
I'jrland waa guarnntcedv10,'' n3
his Bjtaro of the t,,'
- . '
llll.0A VOTI.ri limi,l
PIIOFNIX, Arliomi. 'April 2fi A
bill providing for tUi recall of 'Judeoi
tbroughout tho Mt.Va was passed j
liir'iucn the last roi.uiiig in 1110 legis
lature today nnd Inn lici) signed by
' Governor Hunt Th'i linal pass.igo of
the bill, which gives the Htnto : law
covering the point illi'iipprovcil of In
t'to Stnto (onstlltition by I'rcsldcni
'Itift, was iccclvod wills checra.
MA Hill Kl).
GAIiniNllU-SCURIlKKIl In S.in
Francisco, April 10, 1112, Miss Nltm
.llmlly Gwendoline flardlnnr, of Ho
nolulu, only child of Captain
Charles A I'orey Gardiner, It. N. It.,
a former resident nf Honolulu, to
Ralph J. Schcrror, civil engineer,
of Mill Valley, Callfornln
lHJItNINailAM In Honolulu, April
2C, 1912, In Queen's Hospital,
Georgo C Ilurnlngham, aged SI
years Interment private.
II Ilo papers please copy,
B, HORACE BROWNE
The spring was at band. It was
that time In April whoa n sudden
warmth come up from I ho south,
brings nut the buds nud sends the In
reds humming, r-'ranios nuil I were
(trolling on the hlllslile. purt wood, part
iien Itelow oh the river, lis hanks
uouill II " at niiitiiiiiii 'i uki-mi " inv
Iblng for ine to nsk I'rnnces lo lie my
wife What I mean Is, Did sho come
up to the standard 1 required In 11
1'lrst and foremost 1 wished to get
I'rnnicH' standard for the man she
would marry. I was not sure I was
up to hvrslnndurrt. I would sound her
"lllxuy tins taken the valedictory at
college," I rcniurketl.
"So I hear."
"Do j 011 cntbusu over valedicto
rians?" "Not esclally."
"What Ulnd of men do you cnthiuo
"My Iden of n own I could Iovp l
not extravagant He should he phys
Icsllv and menially nnd moriillv
strong. 'He should lie n lender, not h
follower. Bravery Is. of course, one
of woman's mpilroinents. I should
like 111 til to be absolutely fearless."
I 1 aught my breath at this catalogue
nf reiiulremeuls. Since she had plus
ed. 1 supposed It wa tiiiMird Hut
"I'li.islciilly I shouh) wlih him mil.
Wilier slender, square shoulders ami
I iiiiii nips ins iiair nouiii lie jft hini k
anil lull over hl held In h profusion
ol Khun rurU Ills H.ves. like his hilr.
should be black I'ndi r hN dark mils
tm he at H10 parting of III- llw In 11
Hlnllo I1I1 vvhllH teith shoiilil appciii III
llefrehlug surel.v ih! to me I nui
no lighter, rather shun uud pudgr, niv
hilt and e.vei are the hue ot well pull
nl iiinlauKi'4 'iindv, tin tmli are mil
ver.v nttl.li live utile-,' "Iih picfi-ri mild
In Iviuj but Him p'lil hlirui'.nlr"- nllh
111.1 'null iiiii'l'iiii" t tlri lilixli I
WiH illlli rill-hl Hiuli'l this lit nr
liriiulliM nud Urtiifi but til Iihih-is
bitiiKlng lorth i-o iiiiiiiv manly I'uiri'i'
the verv iipkiyte of nir nvVu make up
I got mud
"Wnitlil )uu llku to I" 11 1 what Mm! 01
it person my Ideal woman I':" I uskul
"Nn I don t uenl lo In'.ir. slhi-e I
' wu." "'nrl-ed.( for I had UHl told
liaif InittMsrl I ml tin rail ui iirin tlnnl
her Indeed, being rafl.er prmttral
I had no ideal I was gin she (oiihl
glvo II to me. Nererlhele. iltiee I
had spoken in n nettled tone. I wns not
sure hut she Imd retaliation In uil'id
"She la tal nud thin, has one it tho
tiony. skinny utvki that require pitting
or hi-.li ioIIjis. 'tier hair uu would
call 'llllun. hut It'll red. lollilug but
red Her e,io aro ciuy.xnd Ihe whole
contour of li.T fniv cold mid 1 titling
Her voice U pllilnd In 11 high kej nud
"1111r , UcM-rlpllou Is purtleiilar
euuugli In (l(i rl'oo suuie Indivlfliinl"
You wouldn't riioznlxe her uniii
Iny .lot i l.tlou You vvnulil sa.v li.'
Ills Ihe figure nf 11 Juno the head of a
Venus, tint her lolie wu the music ol
"Is she .1 n.il person V"
I rememhfreil that I hail seen
something more ol Maud bitelv than
l'"riiiui"i I plucked up 11 little cour
age If Frame was rr.illv bent "on
nmrr.vliig a god. why hail I made tier
aiurv It nit iitleiitiont to Miiudl
Hut, mi Nnely Km met noiild not
di'Mfinl rrnui Ihe ti'M or tho throne
nil Willi h 1T king s.ll to trinlhle Her
self about 11 pudgv mail with iiioIiissvh
Hindi hitlr .Severtlieless It was verj
delightful till NUtldeu sidelight Hint
wa thrown lu by menu of Maud It
appeased me noiulerftlllv.
"You haven't heard what kind of a
girl I ""Uld leally prefer, nut one )ou
deseills1 for mi', but one I time In
nn own mind "
Mine I uirnmpiinleil this wllh a 1
plaintive plaintive Is the only mom!
Hill no, nil. to ine look. he iimiiIh
s' ended not tii nun ! H Xniillppe
for me but lei iiih give ni.i own pic
"'Ihe girl I (oulil hive." I ssltl 'I
shout your helcli' itud bulhl hhe h 1
Join i-jes nud l"llt'till iliestuiit hull
She III t.iill iindsb'H ill iiklt Ion
I'ortiuiiilelv foi lite Iho iilrnl ol Ihe
rnsu .he fioild lore 1 not , high n
jour or I ahoulll be If ft out III 111.
"Phi It strike nm tlixt nn Irtai wa
ver) hlRh'f" , ,
"Ilillliir a inuihliitilliiu of Nlevilli
der the lliiiil, 11 Fr.nh I nt. Astdrri
and Ihe illn llelvlileiH-
fill I till IV lllltt It M'lk to )'"i
Ileiill,v didn't jnu kiiuw wliiilu I hail
lu mlnd" ,
We (a me to 11 ninth seal and
down II was not more linn n minute
before I felt for her hand nntl Held It
"Who did J on have in in'tul nhei
joil (!( rllied Hint giIUke 1 ifiilnrer'
"I don't 1 are I" inilke vim niu elteil
Oil liemi'ii i-iiiltd he hv nut 'o.
sllilo 1 111 tnrturi' liei 1I1- riptnei
to brliu II down in mo vVh.it mil
leml If Hill I not reel 11 thrill 'l"
Itiu llirouli hot hinil In 111 lie uud
ri'iililuu up In nit liertrtV
Well, the rel lit II wti iihoul like
wliil hut priHriiHi mi-pi III II mil
wmiN untie lli'.trll dt" rlbe.l iillf lee
no: And I hi hi'il -el 'en with
tile Kiwi ol (InlllU iiuiHnlo.i: eii'.lhle
11 nt leivi in a i'Ulhli' wnv hud dune
ouii'thiuu mi 1 n 1 ur in Ihe uimllv llit
win -it'll Ihlue- n liiiinglil 11I10111
mil i. It llillif i ttimiiilit nhoiil tjwuw n notrt
105; TO BOX REDUCTION
Main Entrncl Near Hotel 8trtt
1140 FORT 8TREET
For Spring and Summer Wear
J. E. R0CI1A
TAILOR FOR MEN AND WOMCN
Hotel Street Next Y. M. C. A.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS
von Hamm Young
Pionccti and LciiIts in
(lie Automobile Business
ArciiIs for such well-know n cars
ns Packatd, l'oc I l.utfutd, Stevens
Dut)c.i, Cadillac, Tliomas Flyer,
Buick, Ovciland, linker Illcctnc, and
UHUMAN UARRIAUt CO
For the OCRT RENT CARS In the
city, ring up fur
OLDSMODILH, No. W
LANDAULET, No. !,80
C. II. BEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE. LTD.
Al.l, HT fll IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1R21 Kapiolanl Building
Use. a PREST-O LITE TANK
on you Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
R. J. BERGER
Storage Batteries rectified and re
built, expert werk on Colls and Mag
nolo. Motorcycles repaired. Keys mado
lo fit any loik. 1171 ALAKEA ST.
1 O llox 70S
ISJ Mriihant fitred Near Alaken
IIONOI Ul It, T II
lie iiicMi.r. ii: 11.1:11 a ud 111:.
I'tlllFI!, has iiinied In
I M II h I Ml S I II K F T
Nt 11 liniilloti Red f mill, mar
loiiiig llnllilliig. Tclii'liniii' '.'Ms
fcLUAftUBA UKAN MILLS
ONt- HICOND HAND STANDAnO
QASOLINT rNOINE. tt tt P
Ull PMM( TUFFf T.I.Snn. MSI
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contrnrtor and Uallder
Kstlmntes given on nil kinds ot
Concrete Work 11 Specially
ptiiAiii stri:f.t. m:aii m'iianii
sVCSVK?SKSHsfsVe9VWMe9i Kapiolanl BuildlnQ Honolulu, t, H Wft
IC '' 1 1 P O. Bos (O iMl
Swedish 1 tt-. - m
Gymnastics I DUNCAN'S GYMNASIUM 1
A, t p S 0- M. DUNCAN - 't
139 Merchant Sfccr ... , . , u 'JJK
h na H co orini oij wpp nvysi oavvaiian 4VH
Aside from th' aetln', Uncle Tom'i
Cabin, stth' Melid.on l..t night, vvu,
bovklln' success. It's now time t'
I puh screen doors th' wrong wy.
K? s fji?jrm
m tne &
You read and look alar with equal
facility, but no one observes that you
aro wearinu bilocals becsuta th usual
"lines" are absent. Wear the gsnuinf
KRYPTOKS awhile and you will never
willingly return to old-style bllocs'
Factory on the premises.
A. N. SANF0RD
Boston Diiilding Fort Street
' Over Msy A Co.
C. Q: Yce Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKLT AND IMi'OltTLItS
Telephone No. 3451
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Hctlicl and Kins Streets.
IINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAII YING CHONG
I nmiin'F.n.s of iiiiik.mai, liiiiin.i
Wing Wo Tai & Ca
ll 11 uii mi, near King MrrrL
And Chilli of A I IJiimIIIj Can He
O. Hoi Iir.l. leleliliiitie I7il
J.ip.uicsc Provision and
NT Alt KING SlftfLI
CLOTHE8 CLEANED and PRESSED JJML
6. HARODA mi1
rort and Pauahl Sts. Phone 3029 A1.
W. C. Achi " W
ATTORNEY AT LAW fjkB.