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HAWAIIAN GAZETTK. TUESDAY, OCTOBRR 8, 191 2. --SEMI. WEEKLY.
BODBKtOK 0. MATJMBON
EnteM at the Postofiicc of Honolulu, H. T., Second-Class matter.
Issued Tncsilnyi and Friday!.
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CHARLES S. CRANE, Manager.
WAB. IN THE BALKANS.
It is chlom that tho signing of a pence treaty is to bo taken as tho pro-cursor
of a great war, yet tho wireless1 nnd cable reports couple with the news
of tho signing of the peace pact between Italyand Turkoy tho forebodings of
the chancelleries that tho cessation of hostilities in -Northern Africa has only
cleared tho way for and made certain IhdiWfl? in iffy Balkans." n. Italian-Turkish
war has been ono in which tho'jvorld ut largo.has taken little interest,
but in history it may go donn ns the ono 6f tho greatest of
modern conflicts. When tho Balkan states grnpplo with tho Turk all Europe
will become involved, if tho fears of many arc realized.
It is n little over a year ago sinco the ultlmu'tum of Italy to Turkey
otartlcd the world. Tho blockade of the port of Tripoli began tho day following,
September 29, 1011. Ono yenr ago' today the Tripoli dofenscs were
occupied by Italian sailors and two weeks later ii, forco of twenty thousand
men had been landed on African soil, nine thousand at Benghazi and other
detachments at Bcrna and Mnrsa Tobruk. By tlioitfnd of December, 120,000
Italian troops wcro in occupation of thenwntry anil' tho campaign: sinco, has
been marked by almost continuous succoBB'Yor the invaders, on land nnd sea,
tho war revealing financial resources and military strength on the part of
Italy unexpected by tho watching Powers. Turkey, without a fleet, could do
practically nothing, although strong enough in land troops to have forced the
lighting if she had been nblo to bring this strength to bear.
Now, forced to nccedo to Italy's pence terms, Turkey 1b ready to battle
against tho combined forces of Bulgaria, Servin, Montenegro and Greece, who
havo long sought the opportunity of fighting out the issues that have made
southeastern Kuropc a smouldering political volcano slilco tho shameful Trcnty
of Berlin, signed in 1S78, gavo Macedonia back to Turkey, following tho Bulgarian
massacres nnd tho bloody war. Turkey will fight now.
not only to revengo herself for the loss of Tripoli, but also to maintain her
bold in Europe. The Bulgnrs, Serbs, Moiitcnegrnns ami" Greeks will fight to
bring from beneath tho Turkish yoke those of their fellow-countrymen in Macedonia
nnd Albania, while Greece will Feizo the opportunity of reuniting tho
Island of Crete with tho kingdom to which it once belonged nnd to whUsli the
Crctnns naturally turn.
That tho war, if it cannot bo averted, will be a long and a bloody one
is certnin. Centuries, almost, of wrongs are to bo revenged, while tho religious
fanaticism of tho Turks may ho depended upon to add fury to their
share of tho fighting. Tho main point of anxiety,' however, will not bo as to
tho outcome of any war that may conic between the Balkan states and Turkey,
but ns to its effect upon the rest of Europe and the balance of power. Victory
for the Turks will mean nothing but tho maintenance of tho stntus quo, but
victory for tho allies will mean n division of tho spoils that tho rest of Europe
cannot keep out of. Italy, Austria nnd Hussin are directly concerned, while
Germany, Trance nnd Great Britain have inteiests directly to bo affected.
Already tho British Mediterranean fleet has sailed to the sceno of expected
fighting, while Austria is pouring her regiments into the recently annexed
province of Herzegovina and Russia is prepnring to mobilizo licr Black Sen
fleet. - , .
WHERE DO THEY STAND?
Wft'Sioto, in a newspaper story yesterday, that VGcorgo F. Ronton and,.!
M. Dowsptt, aspirants for senators, mado eloquent speeches to tho voters. They.
promiBtyl to ilo wliat's riglit, it elected, ns tncy were tnc sons oi tuo son.'-Wo
trust that both Mr. Benton nnd Mr. Dowsett will bo elected, although
there Appears Blight prospect of tho latter securing a majority, nnl wo are
oqually'1hopoful that they will "do what's right" if elected, whether they
be sons ot tho sou or not, uut wo must coniess a curiosity to Know in just
what w,jiy they proposo to "do what's right." Both candidates have been
in the field for some time, yet neither has come forward with nny public statement
regarding his position on any one of the many important issues 'before
tho puljli. No other enndidato has publicly announced his position, either, for
that matter, although each ono is on tho bunt for promises of votes nnd support.
Tint 'position of senator is nn important one. The tenure of office is twico
that of any other elective office, while each senator is twice ns powerful in
tho shaping of legislation us a representative. It is proper then, that wo
should expect tho enndidntcu for the senate to declare themselves. Whcro do
Messrs. Ronton and Dowsett stand, for instance, in the mntter of giving Honolulu
a now nnd modern charter, under which a businesslike) administration
of tho city's government could ho given J How do they stand in regard to
tho establishment of a public utility commission, such ns the Fisher investigation
has shown is needed f How do they stand in regard to tho continuanco
of tho special incomo tax law, and how do they believe tho proceeds should
bo divided between tho immigration fund, tho conservation fund and any other
fund that may be proposed? How do they stand in regard to the carrying out
of somo actual, busincssliko'economics in the legislature tho coming session,
such ns tho elimination of unnecessary clerks, the carrying on of business in
tho English lnngungo only, tho doing away with of tho translation graft and
tho payment of unduly large salaries and fees to legislative servants! How
about a frontage tax law?
Theso aro a few of tho questions of import to como before tho senato to
which theso Republican candidates aspire. Tho public is entitled to know
just what they are disposed to do about thorn, if elected, just ns tho public is
entitled to know just what Messrs. Wirtz, Wolters, Coko and Knlciopu will do,
if elected. Not only aro thoso who desiro theso laws taken up for action entitled
to light upon them, but tho members of the majority who know nothing
whatever about such things nro entitled to full information, for ita educative
effect if for nothing else. Tho majority is not posted oven concerning somo
of tho generalities in tho platform. Tho direct primary promiso which the
candidates of both parties have taken, for instance. Tho speakers Bhould ox-plain
this to tho voters. Tho timo will not bo lost.
It is very well to nrlso nnd in flvo minutes invito tho votors to voto tho
straight ticket, refer to the glorious past of the pnrty nnd tho glorious victory
in sight, recito tho names of tho candidates in alphabetical order nnd promiso
to "do what's right," but such belongs to a past age. This is tho ngo nnd
timo for some cominonsense from the stump. Wo hnvo bad onougb of "funny"
stories that nro frequently obscene, of extrvjifjjjiriV plc'dgea that nro not intended
to bo carried out nnd of broad generalities. Wj)ft wo want this timo
is n getting down to tho hnrdpan, of fnct. Let it botplcn for granted that
every candidate intends to "do what's right," but let us in ou just how ho
intends to do it.
V.. It. Paris, in this issue, sets a good example. Ho bus written out tome
of bis views nn public questions nnd bus hnnded tho manuscript to The Advertiser
for publication, that his position may be, made, plain. This is ono
of tho methods of campaigning that should be taken up by other 'cnudldntes.
This paper is willing nt any time to give tho use of its columns, free of rharge,
to tho candidate of nny jwrty for tho puliUcntfqji, of such statement. Wo
believe that the public Is entitled to tho fullotittorimititin rogiinllug the views
of tho various cmidldatM and will do our wluuo inwards giving publicity
- i i
uNrouNDKD oiiAiians ontau&ATiNO,
Kouiii estnidrdinury "" ' Mug rircuUitatl piie'iilly on tho nmlulnml rn
Harding lb "llwniMM activity" In IUumU, miuun Ufilw quilting the
tilirlttluii Humid u Militarily for the tttuuut mtulo. Tliu llnM rti!i
riwcribM thn l'rultuut ihu(i'h ul Ituwsii liuvliitf foruwd o fwJixuUui) tar
l purpu of ioiiiltliij (tin tri f tin' l.l( pay giu(' d(Mlri. "Not
only lin th? IwrliurUI oMU nm kiit lo luvke u wrful rMH uumi th
ultuMlinii," n IM luildu'tttiuN, "but smelt utttwr ul k mw4 m;U r
iMlillw lu tusk, vtu.t lul.tilutiuui, ul I hi' diiiiin ul 111 Irftttvr ! MniwU, Ik
llill)br tl iiul"lt) ul H. nr luuvvlld Hit' Ulllliuill uf piuprl) IM til (MNNMtMiOM
Ot tb l'l'( i' I Ik Ul i uti'lil pilguii It prmtlwil "
ii tut w 'I't'v U, i.tiu iibUi tu Bu 'I uul, lUilv it fuuuJutiuii
fut fuitlwr tit pwl tbm ii . hufii.i' imt f4rt4 tiily uiut
MuiiMiiiiitui. utii llisl Uit iiiniuiiiil uMiiihU bum Wmi k4 tu wi fupwil
hut u.i ihirn i (. i'. inii .il'tiiytil Tbflf I mu nMi i'if
Mfc llyl ilm Uultttuvt vl IUn i, piViiU .ulgMi, uhl.l, I wu dim
)imt U IIm timiftiilif nt I" II l'Ui ii liflui mi Uf lUp) jvj,,iiUMj) nilU
in tliclr proselyting. Neither the Christian Hcrnld nor ony other publication
x nui.lliig (lie I'reteMnnt lwrh of Hawaii when it make unfounded charges
ignlint the Mnrmotia liarc or spreads the report thftt Mormon activities nrc
lining objected to by tho territorial or federal authorities.
TI'O Garden Island Hcptiblicnns show themselves more rational tlinn their
fellow party monikers of the rest of the group. Their county platform, adopted
unanimously, includes nn endorsement of tho Frcnr ndmlnlstration, Buying:
We endorse tho vigorous nnd successful administration of Governor
Frcnr and aro proud of tho results thereby accomplished for, tho
welfare of tho Territory of Hawaii.
"Back Again and Hard at It"
Tho vacation season is over. Tho Saturday half . holiday too has passed
away. Until Thanksgiving makes a momentary break In tho strain lifo for
nlmost all humans now becomes ono "demnition grind." What a pity 1 Even
tho Cluistmns period hardly offers enough pauso to enable hurried workers to
catch a breath. Wo bend ourselves to the task. Wo chase the -elusive dollar,
la tho summer we rest for a few. moments nnd then we hasten onward again.
If wo wcro all doing theso things bebnuso it was imperative to do them in
order to cam a living wo might forgive ourselves, says the Now York Sun.
But if wo honestly confront our own souls and confess tho BOlomn truth we
shall have to admit that most of us could get enough to live on and yet have
far moro time for play than wo have now. Tho trouble with most of us 1b
unpalatable, We sometimes forge, jhowevcr, that this function cOoxists' with
a thirst for knowledge that will make 'any information palatable if it is properly
I studied botany for a year in school under a teacher so naturally anhydrous
herself that Bbc rendered all her surroundings dry. Tho consequence -was that
I so thoroughly detested botany thnt nt 'tho end of tho term I could not tell
a petiole from' a pistil. But one' rainy "day, ransacking an old trunk in tho
attic for mysteries, I came upon an antiquo botanical toxtbook that, I have no
doubt, my mother had detested as a girl.
Tho musty volume I have nlways loved tho smell of an old book somehow
aroused my interest, however, and I pored over its wood cuts nnd descriptions
for the rest of the nftornoou. What attracted mo most wore tho allusions to
the .part insects play in the economy of fertilization a subject, as .1 now know,
thnt, at the time, that tho book was written, was just beginning to arouso nj
great dcnl of interest. By the time thnt' tho rain stopped I tnd learned what
a stamen is nnd what a pistil, and how to name a plant by counting these!
It is a good thing to accustom a child early to bo alone. It is in tho long
glorious hours of solitary play that ho docs his hardest thinking. For him as
for us tho world may bo too much with hini. If wo could but learn merely to
supply him tho incentive in tho form of book or gardon or personal suggestion,
and then leave the leaven to work! ,
Preparing for 1916 Olympic Games
Germany expects to outdo tho world in tho Olympic games in 191C. It
will have a stadium almost ns big as that of Athens, where tho first revival
waB hold in 1890, und the field proper is likely to bo twice tho size of that at
Tho placo has been picked and the next Olympic games will bo held at
Grunovvald, a suburb of Berlin, about ton kilometers from tho center of the
city. The place is, perhaps not the most'acccssiblp ia the world, but tho beauty
of location will make up for many other shortcomings, says tho SU Louis
Tho most noticeable feature in which It will ditior from tho stautum at
Shepherd's Bush, Loudon, is thnt tho swimming tank will not be insldo tho
running tracks, but in tho lino of tho encircling building. This is intonded
to give the staduui a more unbroken appearance. Tho inside track of tho two
thnt encircle tho Germnii Stadium 1b for running and will bo 400 meters (-137
THE PASSING HOUR.
ciiinHiliii'y inr Delegate to Longren uy iuibiuku mm niiuurvw m mum.
for iim. All right j let it go at thnt. Hut jilenso don't miy it nny more.
Olinrley Nojloy, Home llnle leader anil candidate for Dulegnto to Canre,
was not iimnng tho belated one in thn fijing of his Humiliation papers, ns wo
were M to belles ytmturilny. )e win qn bund, bright unl w)y, with both
tho uuiwHiry pr und lliu inmipy In mnko them iiood.
JSow tUt tin fusion lw btwu nt fur putilji'lly in iuniwlii fund contribution'
illwr, would it iiul U u gm Ulwi for ll lura) wnnpnlpn cemjnlUt'i"
In iHkp tbD publl lutu iMr a4ftt iilbJ Ml Uu p)ng o iy hl jtvir
fur the ruuHMti, Ik Iumim, lb nutuuiuliIlM, Hie nmt tu$m nnd the other
ii IIowilulM ttiatf Jlfiw i thn mwr iwiirbiU tbi' ywtr,
Tu tiU.Iwi'. ini'ii, rnmiil. by till' 4lUli tu tit riwv uinwltui
iMDMiy b!4 in liilu, b uiiuuii.1J ihai tb r bi ur uuiujj tu rat
urutwti 4iiiiii hwii uf pulitiml Mia4;tiMiM m writii luir uUui TWt
l Uy Itu umjuiiO "f HuhmIuIm butliiKM HUM) '' 'bl tUtr Ul ((ikif
tri4 m4 i(ti public MrtiM, u.h w IUUuVlil, MmU. 4utU, Uun
Cut a AnifJJ. lkir iH 1h buWM jwtli u titl li il Ud mr lU
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Stabbings and Assaults After
This is an open season for nasty
gambling'cascs and also soma with .curious
twists, for Chjef McDufllo nnd fh'c
dutcctivo staff have recently, raided two
games that have been followed by knifing
affairs' and all since Saturday night.
Ho raided one g4mt) nt Alnpai nnd
King streets, Saturday night, nnd
found a number of Japanese playing
seven-eleven, tho rnko'oft going to a
fund to send njionsumptlvo companion
to Japan. Thc.'bcncflclnry was present
and presented Biich a pitiful and crenel
ated spectnelo that instead of bringing
mm to tno station, tiio .chief contributed
ten dollars to tho fund nnd then
arrested all the others.
. The next day he learned that there
bad been a serious ' row between Fujioka
that our conceptions of play have become so false and misleading that we have -, J
n nnv n liofiw ,rin fnr lltpm tn lmril I . - ....
v .. .. -. ... . . . .
r.v r..v. jFaiiiu. jmijiuku was accuser! oi givinc.
Summer is, of courso, a most favorablo time for the vacation. It is tho tho game nwny and was stabbed several
timo when ono can enjoy the delights of sailing a boat. But It is not an Jln,.c,s " '8 "' eg, uy 'Inn, so serious
putnblo fact that in order to huve real pleasure on tho water ono must own
nt least a six thousand dollar motor boat.
Summer is tho timo to steep one's soul in tho pleasures of tho road. But
in order to enjoy them it is not essential that one should own an automobile.
Yet what Amcricnn faces tho finger of scorn which is certain in this pretentious
land to bo pointed nt tho man on a walking tour?
Thero nro n hundred ways of gotting recreation nnd health in the summer
nt a moderate cost, but the truo American spirit despises them. One must nt
least appear to bo wealthy. This is ono of tho reasons why tho summer vacation
season is for most of us so short nnd the unbroken season of holding the
noto to tho griudstono so long. If wo were pcrhnps a little less exorbitant in
our demands of life wo might 1iavo a little more timo to piny in tho fall nnd
winter nnd spring.
If we would spread our butter thinner we could spread it wider. But most
ly that tho scissors which were used ns
a weapon wore broken into tbreo
pieces. Ono corner broke off and remains
in the injured man's hcael.
Then a gang of seventeen Japanese,
in which the notorious Hntsuso was ono
and Kauai was another, wcro nrrcsted
nnd shortly nftcr the chief learned that i
Nakat and Tntclsta had becomo in- j
volvcd in a serious affray in which one,
nt least was badly injured. Each man i
refused to prosocutd the other, savine.
that they would rather have their '
bands cut off first. , I
Sunday night nt Kaneohe, the chief '
ti ml lila elnlT n lit. In.l.n.. ..n.vm
.wiu tuuj;m. I'limese,
beaten up in tho rusb to escape.
PRISONER TRIES TB
nf wlinm fnvfnyin.l l.nll mw-
nf i.e. nn in nnmn umnll nlnun nml lnnt vnpv lfiptrn n alinrf tt,nn I !.. nl.n .n:.l ...nn nu ..-!a! i
than bo lost in tho crowded ranks of tho averaco. So hero wo aro back ncain several of the officers bad a serious timo
and lmrd nt it. In the rinoness of timo wo shall all cot a lone vacation. But ! 5t' A Cliineso special officer attach t
, ' . , , , . ., , .. i ed to the stall was trampled on and
Docs nil this sound pessimistic? It isn't. It is only a plea that while wo
journey through life wo may do a littlo more living by the way.
- Child Hostility to Formal Teaching
Thackeray has somowhero spoken of the advantago of turning a boy or girl
loose in n library nnd letting him read what ho pleases, and has counselled us
to trust that the immature mind will keep what is good for it and reject tho
bad. There is n great deal to bo paid forhe theory, says tho Atlantic Monthly.
Wo nt least might learn to Jcavo our'childrcnalono moro thahwo do. Thero,
is ii perversity In tho'ihfnnt mihd1ithatmnk;c9r,i, hpstil'o to formal .teaching,
aid it very' early'cnc'rates Vfurictiqn 'for ejqetingi wbnf it finds
division of profits following the sale
qf,n ,qate,Wicd to commit suicido at an
oaTly hour,a yesterday morning in bis
coil in the city jail. t
. .The murderer, believing
that ho had killed his former .friend,
made a desperato effort to hanc him
self, and his life was only saved at the'
last moment by ono of the turnkeys,
who cut the Chinaman down before bo
bccime unconscious. He is now care
STARS II THEIR LINE
yards) long; tho outer ono is for cyclo races and will bo 000 2-3 motors (720 October 15, a
. f , House. Ticket
yards) in length. ' rooms of tho I
About twenty Small bedrooms ion uo proviuen lor mo use oi inunu uu uu
their trnining cither so early in tho morning or so into at night thnt tboy do
not wish to have to mnko tho journey from or to tho city. Tho stadium will
sent nbout eighteen thousand, and thero' will also bo standing room for twelve
thousand, The seats will be open' to the sky.
right to say that sho is accompanied
by others who, in their own pnrtlcular
sphere, nro ns famous as the Do
You havo heard much of
Madame Do Cisucros, and now it is
time to mention that with her comes
M. Faul Dufault, the peerless tenor,
who, with Mnuaino lie Osneros, goes
I to join tho Metropolitan in roles in
I which he is expected to equal tho great
ICllurs wuu uuvu ;uud ire.utu ...mo
Thoa there is the cellist, James Lieb-ling,
who is th6 maestro of his instrument,
accredited bb such by the musical
critics of many lands.
Tho star of the trio is Do Cisncros,
because she cocs to tako Sembncu's
THETIS AT HUE
HasTfJuick Voyage -From Alaska;
I HUH. II OAPT. O. S. COCHRAN.
I UUIUIUL! Of tho Bevenue Cutter Thetis.
(From Monday Advertiser)
Eighteen days from Vnldez, Alaska,
over the old fan iliar loute nnd to her
iMiniliar be lb m the s'.i.t.u,, t u United
States revenue cutter T ic.it, still under
cuniiuund ol Ciipt. V. S. Cochran;
slipped into po:t yO'iler.i.iy'n.oin ng at
eight o'clock ns qi Utly as a guil coming
home to her nl .aid tett uu down
As If sho bud not been gallivanting
around Belli n;j wi !i udgis fUd curt
clerks for tho pflst five months.
In all thoso eighteen days tho only
incident thnt rn.ie nnvvvhee near n re-"
spectablo showing on her log book
n ov ' Jnutes 'eloro sbo
passed the channel buoy wbilo sho was
sun ou iJinniqnu iienu. j Japanese
Ah Iloon. who shot bis former ". uu u.ua," """ """ "
'. ... . hiiRtnPQa tn no ,n thn i-im,.TT fnll
Seo Tnk Vucn, liv'e times Sunday e- i -(.& -
f it and was soon astern, vvhilo
.i- i...: ,i:..i ... i,
emmr ilurincr n utscussion over tlm ... . ....'
ui. uvuiuuitii - was
tho' decks of 'thb Cutter and a
boat's crew were jumpinc for tho
davits, i ' ! i
Tho boat dropped from this side and
was shoved "off. and'pullcd back in.
much tlio samo way as during tho afternoon
the Sherman's boat did tho samo
thing under similar circumstances. The
proved a good swimmer and was
brought back on board littlo tho worse
for his splash.
Back to Old Berth.
Saturday afternoon tho harbormaster's
ofiico received a wireless from tho
Thetis with a query ns to whether sho
could get her old berth in tho stream,
where her trim outlino seems so familiar.
As u result things wero nil
"fixed" by harbor officials, only too
clad to welcome tho cuttor and her-
oflicers and men into port.
.... ....... There is only ono chnngo in tho ward-
While the Countess Eleonora Do Cis-" pcrsonel;
room w, K. Scannel goinK to
ncros has been mentioned most the Tnhonm nnd his place being filled,
nently ns the star of tho musical trio by W. M. Derby. Capt. G. S. Cochran
of grand opera singers who nro to is t till in romnmnd and ho and his of-pear
hero in concert, possibly because ficcrs aro bound to get a rousing
is a woman and possessed of beauty j come from the city as the most popular
as matchless ns licr voice, it is uut . uuuvu ui wuiura who uvur cumi w iunu.
The Thetis left Vnldez on Scptombor
17 nnd had rough day after
leaving port, which was just about tho
time, according to reports from other
vessels now here, that "Pa" Pacific-was
turning over with a grouch and
nasty weather prevailed from Unalaska
Has Pleasant Voyage.
After that, however, tho cuttor
slipped through calm seas and with,
fair winds, making a leisurely voyage,
unpunctuated by any excitement untii
Diamond Hend hovo in viow and the-Japanese
boy dropped oveiboard in
Tho Thetis has no now pets, uut nor
placo in tho Metropolitan Opra House, I famous bear,, who hnyo appeared in
tho others nre no less famous, nnd ' rious Honqlb.lu parados and who lilco
Honolulu is to bo given tho and nre lifccd by Honolulu immensely,
tunity of hearing music of which she
has lonir dreamed music heard only
heretofore in tho great opera houses of
the greater cities.
This trio will appear hero in Concert
j on Friday, October 11, and Tuesday,
at ine iiuwjumu u'vm
s nro now on salo at the
nro stili on board nnd very much inter
ested in the familiar scenery.
Tho cruises of tho Thotis in Alaskan
waters havo been described to Tiro
renders by II. E. Walker, formerly
of this paper's staff, "who has
sent several yarns down nbout Bfo in
the floating court. Walker left the
Hawaiian promotion com-1 Thetis in Unalaska and went -to Seat
WAY OF WOMANKIND.
"Oh, Bobbie," cried littlo Elsie,
"there come the Boy Scouts. Come,
let's hurry where we con seo thorn
when they go past
What wo would like to know before .November 0 is: Does tho blame for uniform
tho drought belong to tho Hepubllcnn party or tho Democratic party, or ran
tho littlo Bull Mao-o calf wo havo in the Territory lie responslblo?
Delegate Kuliio now savs that lie didn't say thnt Dowsett iicccpted tho
tle in luo ruveiiuu ennui
Sprains require cnroful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm freely. It will remove tho
sorciTess nnd quickly restore tho pnrtn
in., i.n?, ,.,,,,.,, nm nlwnvs loslu ' to n healthy coiull Hon. For salo by
vour hends when you see a man in 'Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for
Tho ontQINAL and ONLY GENUINE.
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