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Ukase Calls Upon All Loyal Subjects to Reclaim the Hour
Stolen by the Traitor Care and Rip the Imperial
City of Stockton Wide Open.
LEWIS, MAD MERRY MONARCH,
ANNOUNCES ROYAL REIGN OF REVEL
RECEPTION IN HONOR
OF MRS. EMA GETT
Native Sons and Daughters Greet the
-* New Grand President in the
Crocker Art Gallery.
Ppoelal Dispatch to The Call.
SACRAMENTO. June 2?.— The Crocker
Art Gallery was the scene to-n^ght of one
of the most brilliant events In 'social cir
cles for months past, the occasion being
the reception held by Callfia Parlor. >Ta
tive Daughters of the Golden West, in
honor of Mrs. Etna Gett, the new grand
president and a former president of
Califia Parlor. Over 1500 invitations had
been issued and the art gallery and Il
luminated grounds were filled with guest?.
Mrs. Gett was Introduced by Miss Belle
Johnson, president of Callfia Parlor, and
she was assisted In receiving by Mayor
Clark, Albert Elkus, president of Sunset
Parlor, Native Sons; T. M. Robbins, pres
ident of Sacramento Parlor, Native Sons,
and by the past presidents of Califla Par
lor, Miss May Terry, Mrs. li. B. Brecken
feld, Mrs. L. \V. Nickell. Mrs. Taubner
Goethe. Miss- Inie M. Gillis, Mrs. F. D.
Ilyan, Miss Ella McCleery, Mr*. W. S.
I^eake, Mrs. Walter W. Greer, Miss Hattie
Bell, president of La Bandera Parlor, and
Miss Tillie Brogan, president of Sutler
Parlor, also assisted the grand president
In welcoming the arriving guests-
An orchestra was stationed Inside the
building and another on the lawn. A fine
musical programme was presented and
d.incinj? followed. The floral decorations
were of exquisite beauty and the scene
at the art gallery when the reception was
at its height was one not poon tt) be for
gotten. It marked the culmination of a
series of entertainments arranged In
honor of Mrs. Gett since her elevation to
the highest. office in the order and was in
the fullest sense a social success! '
Finley Again Arreated.
Special Dispatch to The Call
TUCSON, Ariz., June 29.— Sam Flnley
was again arrested to-night upon four in
dictments made by the Grand .Jury at
Tombstone. His arrest is In' connection
with the Jail break of Alvord, Stiles and
Bravo Juan. Finley was RrresV^d last
week on a charge of assault .with Intent
to kill, but the case did not come up for
trial, as the prosecution claimed that
Billy Stiles, a fugitive, must be secured
first to testify. Flnley was released on
bail, and his arrest to-night was a sur
prise to the officers here. Finley says
that it is persecution, that they want to
keep him in jail .to make him talk., but
claims that- he knows nothing of the
whereabouts of the fugitives. He will be
taken to Tombstone to-morrow. The war
rants charge. him. with:attempt to murder,
bribery, intimidating witnesses and com
plicity with train robbers.
BANDS OF CREPE
SUPPLANT CLASS COLORS
Novel Feature of Graduating Exer
cises at the Los Angeles
Special Di«natch to The Call.
LOS ANGELES, June 29.— Although the
present graduating class of the Los An
geles High School to-night received- Its
diplomas at Hazard's Pavilion In the pres
ence of thousands of enthusiastic friends
commencement week, usually so full of
festive scenes, has been turned into a sea
pon of enforced mourning. During the
pact week the graduates have worn bands
of crepe instead of flaunting the class col
ors and making merry in singing class
songs. The presentation of class pins also
was performed In silence and carried a
funereal aspect. •
All this somberness has arisen from the
efforts of severaj somebodies, still un
known, who in an evil moment painted
and daubed the floors, walls and scenery
of the main floor of the Hlgn School a
brlßht red. Detectives who for three days
have labored to find the culprits to-night
reported their Inability to discover the
red paint artists.
Drank Carbolic Acid.
STOCKTON, June 29.— The body of an
unknown man was found on Independent*
square this morning by passers-by. He
was lying face downward In the grass.
Deceased was about 35 years of age, 5
feet 9 Inches high, with, reddish brown
hair, a short, sandy mustache and full,
round features. . Ho wore, a black cutaway
coat, brown vest and light drab panta
loons, No valuables were found upon him,
but a small note book was found near
him. The autopsy reveals the fact that
the man drank carbolic add. An empty
ounce bottle which had contained the
poison was found a short distance from
the body. It Is believed to be a case of
Reduction Works Burned.
SOLOMONVILLE, Ariz.. June 29,-At
noon to-day the reduction works of the
Detroit Copper Company at Morencl,
Ariz., caught tire and the entire plant was
consumed. The works consisted of a 150
ton concentrator, smelter furnaces and
converters. The fire will throw a -large
number of men temporarily out of em
ployment. ' . '
Belief Corps .Entertains.
SANTA CRUZ, June 29.— The Woman's
Relief Corps had charge of the pro
gramme at Camp Wallace Reynolds to
day. The camp was visited by Mrs. Eliz
abeth d'Arcy. Kinne. -pasf national presi
dent, and Mrs. Geraldine Frisbie. past de
partment president. -This evening there
was a camj) fire In the assembly tent. . A
pood musical and literary programme was
enjoyed. : . ¦¦.---,.
of Queen Genevieve and the one previous
to the appearance of the King Pin, Not
much of the glory, but certainly agree
able to- Stocktonians. as it gave them the
opportunity to rest and prepare for the
wild times that are promised after 4
o'clock to-morrow, when all faces will b%
hidden behind concealing visors and the
multi-colored confetti will cover the
streets. All this Is to be climaxed with
a qpstume ball. After that— well, that ia
for time to say.
One feature of the ball at the pavilion
will be a burlesque on the coronation of
the Queen. Some of the wags of the town
have come together and prepared a bur
lesque on Queen Genevieve's Investiture.
This is said to be very funny and much
V* expected of it. Other special features
are promised, surprises. ?o they say, foi
all but the initiated. .Whatever they ar«»
the holiday humor of the. crowd will in
sure a full appreciation and applause.
Hot air — the real thing, not the gaseous
substance that flatters the soul— has
camped upon Stockton, and its thirst-pro
voking potentialities have been instru
mental In producing an alcoholic veil
through which the fair is looked at to its
All Stockton, the male portion of it, has
taken to gin-rickeys, just to keep cool
and comfortably moist. The expectancy
of the morrow has something to do with
The life to-night has been along the
midway, where the grotesque and wonder
ful that are not so wonderful draw the
crowds. Here is the noise anJ excitement
of the off days oi the fair. Free street
Social Dispatch to The Call.
STOCKTON. June 29.— T0-morrow
will be the day of all days cf the
Stockton Street Fair for gayety and
ur.trammeled merriment will be
•Jim let loose in the person of King
Pin I^ewis the First. If the dayS
programme follows out the proclamation
of the fantastic king, the streets of
Stockton will be slippery to-morrow
This U« what the King Pin has to say
for himself: "*¦
Oyei! Oyez! Oy^z! Oyex'.
Lewis, by the grace of Comus, li •& Mon
arch of Mlfrule; Titular, Tintinnabulary »nd
Tttallatir.e Tyrant of the Tran«cendant; Vin
ous Vagrant and Vehement Vie*-R«?£«>nt of
Var^b"*"-dia; Comic and Cajrchinnatory Caique
of <>.<-Sac and Primeval Potema\£ of Joyous
Anarchy, to ovr brother sovereigns, to our
well beloved nebW. barons and knigh».< and
to our faithful and well affected vassals and
vasa'.ines hello*. In this our last royal <".!«
order, do we proclaim, promultate and pio
nrifcr.re that to-morrow night it will b? our
r*?ral £>!easuT-e to assume the diadem of Co
muf, th* iridofCKt robes of Royalty and the
frC*:iPr of Pomer.
And we <J,i command you to rouse, rout and
revel thrcujrh'jut the length and breadth of
otir r^yal d^me^ne, to rip our imperial city
wide open, to successfully put our well beloved
Os'-tac cnthe bum. and to institute a Saturn
alia which will make ancient Rome look like
French Camp on a Sunday afternoon.
Arid we. to fittingly c«-iebrat» this, the com
mencement of our royal sway and confer upon
our vie'.ble subj'^cts a boon worthy of this su
preme event, .do further proclaim that our
royal astronomers and horolopes have recent
ly discovered that the scurvy and arch traitor.
Csre. during the usurpation of our sway and
royal prerogatives by him. did maliciously and
without right deprive each and several of our
mfcjects of not less than one hour of their
live*, and now it is our royal pleasure to re
wXsjt* the hours unto you. and In nrder that ye
may receive It, we command ye to turn back
at the hour of 8 in the evening; of our coro
nation all clocks, dials, watches, chronometers,
clepitydpa*. *and plaF^es. sun dials and \Vat»r
luiTi. public and private, wheresoever found,
and we do proclaim that durtr-y the contin
uance cf our gracious and gyratory reign, this
amended and corrected time shall be the only
true, cfficla! and hot old time of our realm.
.Arid we do further proclaim that the na
tional antb«»m cf cur rea.!n». "What tell dg
w* rare," phall be sunK onlr to and at our
royal, rr.u'tltudirrus and effulgent self, and
that any churlish' and trait&rcu* varlet who
f-hcll f'.nr the i*atte at cr to any of our cub-
shows have their following, but the great
bulk of people pass their time In front of
the singing sisters, muscle dancers, won
drous snake eaters and all that tribe of
This afternoon was qui,et as far as the
celebration went. Queen Gtnevieve. at
tended by her royal suite, all in court
costume, arrived at the plaza Just in time
to review the street sports held In front
of the grand stand. There was not quite
so much color and flamor to the second
appearance of her Majesty. The heavy
costumes In which the suite was clothed
and the royal purple and ermine of the
Queen were conducive to a liberal flow
of persplrcrWon, which entailed a general
mopping of brows. But the Queen's pop
ularity is not yet on the wane. In the
evening she made her third appearance
before a crowded grand stand and the
populace was alive to th» presence of
royalty once again. Country sports and
pastimes, were the entertainment fur
nished the people this evening.
A parade of the concession occupants
was to be the principal feature of the
evening's programme, but a hitch pre
vented. There was general good nature
exhibited this evening and plenty of Jol
lying by the crowd. The band, augmented
by additional pieces, gave a concert, after
which the crowd took to the concessions
The people of Stockton do not peek bed
at an early hour these nights. They ar«
making the best of. the fair, and midnight
finds the streets aglow with lights and
pulsating with life.
The evenings in Stockton are nothing
more or less than perfect.' climatically
speaking. They invite carnival pastimes.
jects and especially and not excepting our
fair consort, shall be fcuilty of high treason.
And e* peelally and above all we do comm
and and reiterate that all our liege and friv
olous and fairies shall appear in
bizarre, bewildering and becoming attire and
carefully conceal their visare? behind masque*.
unil«>r penalty of being: tickled by our Im
prlsl Bearer of the Triple-Eyed Peacock's
Feather into ppasms of mirth and loyalty: that
at our royai ball none shall unmask under pen
a!t»- of being compelled to wear their true and
Improper faces for the remainder and entire
of their natural live*. That it is r>ur gracious
pleasure to command our royal Master of the
Hobes to supply cur hot aerated subjects with
ma?>qufi# and robes for a nominal consideration.
at his bureau at number ISO, on the Main
Ptteet of o".r royalty.
Lonjr live the Kins! *
Witness cur hand and royal seal— l^ewis. R.
I>one this 29th day of June, in the year of
our Lord IS*"*, and of our Illustrious reign the
first, at our royal palace of Caci&c.
The Worst Expected.
Never before has this etald town ot
Stockton been Introduced to such a rag
time of words and the worst is expected.
By order of the Klnp, who will taste a
few hours of circumscribed authority, all
Stocktonlans. visitors and "foreigners on
the soil, are ordered to appear in mask.
And they will do it. too. Stockton will be
a pay city to-morrow evening with Its
thousands "of revelers*, merrymakers and
feasters in ncise. The streets will ring
with a medley of shouts and banter.
From far and near .visitors will pour Into
the eitv. determined to make the mosv
of a few days' stay. Satisfaction will be
their portion unless all plans, prepared
with the utmost care, fall to the ground.
These are some of the bands of people
who will reach Stockton to-morrow.
From San Francisco an excursion train
will arrive at noon. The lone Reform
School band will be here In the morning.
Two excursions from Sacramento, one
the Klkn the other the Chamber of Com
merce are scheduled for appearance In
the afternoon. Besides this there will be
another special from Sonora. On Monday
the San Joaauin Valley will send its
contingent by way of the Santa Fe route.
This influx will arrive in time for the
great ribbon parade which is to be the
spectacular event of the eight days'
show Then apain every boat from San
Francisco drops loads of human freight
into the city, so it is no wonder that
Stockton's streets are crowded.
This day will fro down in the history ot
the fair as the: day after the coronation
SCENES ON THE MIDWAY AT STOCKTON'S STREET FAIR.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
MONTEREY, June 29.— Great anxiety Is
felt here as to the safety of Mrs. H. C.
Hoover of this city, who is now in Tien
tsin, China. Mrs. Hoover is the eldest
daughter of Charles D. Henry of this
city, cashier of the Bank of Monterey,
and went to China with her Jiusband
about eighteen months ago. Mr. Hoo
ver is chief engineer In the Imperial
Department of Mines of China. He and
his wife are probably safer than the ma.
Jority of foreigners now in China because
they are under the direct protection of
Chang Yen Mow, Imperial Director Gen
eral of Mines, and one" of the most pow
erful officials of 'the Government, but as
nothing has been heard from them' her©
since matters became so very bad in
Tientsin Mrs. Hoover's parents feel very
uneasy. The last news received from
them was a cablegram dated at Tientsin
June £G, and signed by George Wilson,
Mr. Hoover's assistant, stating that Mr.
and Mrs. Hoover were safe at that time.
Further news is eagerly awaited, for Mrs.
Hoover is a great favorite in Monterey.
Mrs. Hoover is a graduate of Stanford
University of the class of '9S, and is on*
of the few women on this coast that has
taken a degree In the Department of Geol
ogy. She was prominent in fraternal and
co-ed athletic circles at Stanford during
her fouf- years' residence In that Institu
tion and was a charter member of Stan,
ford Chapter of KappaJCappa Gamma So
ciety. She is also a graduate of the State
Normal School at San Jose. Her husband
is likewise a Stanford graduate, having
taken his degree as mining engineer in
After leaving the university he went to
Australia as consulting engineer for an
English mining company, and about two
years ago was appointed chief engineer
in the Imperial Department of Mines in
China, representing therein a large Eng
lish mining syndicate.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoover (who was Miss
Lou Henry before her marriage) were
married at Monterey in February. 189*,
and sailed at once for Tientsin, China,
where they have since resided, that being
the headquarters of the syndicate which
Mr. Hoover represents.
Her Husband, a Former Stanford
Man, Is Cldef Engineer of the
Imperial Department of
Mines in China.
Former Resident of That
City Who Is Now in
A NXIETY IN
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1146 Market Street.
100 LADIES' CLOTH CAPES, in all the newest shades
and shapes, value for $7.50, sale price this ftt A A
Our entire stock of LADIES' TAILOR SUITS will
be offered at large reductions from actual values.
500 LADIES' COVERT CLOTH SKIRTS, Tailor-made,
regular value for $1.25, on sale this day at C Kfl
MATINEE TO-DAY. SATURDAY, JTTXE 30.
Parquet, 25c, any seat; balcony, 10c; chil-
dren, 10c, any part.
A BILt. BEYOND CRITICISM.
THE BEST OP THE SEASOX.
The Greatest Comedy Quartet in America.
The Four COHANS.
Presenting "THE GOVERNOR'S BON."
TODD FAMILY OP ACROBATS, CARRIXG-
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MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.
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Crowded Houses Are Witnessing the Bevlval
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BVMY IVZNISG ALL HEXT WEES.
POPULAR PRICES— Kc and 50c
TELEPHONE BUSH 9.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 SHARP.
CHARLES FROHMAN Presents
AND A SPECIAL COMPANY,
in Jerome K. Jerome's Comedy,
Next We»k— SEATS NOW READY.
And SPECIAL COMPANY In a Magnificent
"THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE."
To be interpreted by a great cast.
PHONE MAIN 532.
WALTER MOROSCO Man&ser
SEATS NOW ON SALE!
MONDAY EVENING NEXT, July 2d.
THE NEW RRAWLEY COMPANY
In Israel ZanrwUl's Play.
CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO
Holiday Matinee July 4. Regular Matinee
Branch Ticket Office Emporium.
Price-*— Orrhentra, "oc and II: Dress Circle,
•".0c: Family Circle, 15c; Gallery, 15c.
TO-DAY at 2:15 P. M. To-night at 8:15 O'clock.
LAST TIMES OF
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Commenc'.ngTO-MORnOW (SUNDAY) NIGHT,
SPECIAL MATINEE JL'LY 4TH.
DUNNE &. RYLEY'S ALL. STAR CAST.
MATTHEWS AND BULGER, Mary Marble.
Norma Whalley. Louise Ounninsr. Maude Court- 1
ney. Walter Jones and thirty others In
HOYT'S Latest Farce.
"A DAY AND A NIGHT."
For the First Time In San Franclso.
LAFT TWO NIGHTS.
Supported by WHITE WHITTLESEY,
SEATS NOW READY FOR NEXT WEEK.
FLORENCS ROBJRTS "CARMEN"
Fxtra Fourth of July Hatnes.
CHUTES and ZOO
. EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
The Celebrated Wilson Family.
ARMY AND NAVY PARLOR N. S. G. W.
3O NEW STAHS.
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Last Week of the LAMBARDI OPERA QUAR-
TET AND SIG. ABRAMOFF In Scene* From
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Soprano, and Isabelle Underwood.
Reserved Seats. 25c. Matinee Sunday.
Open Dally From 7 a. m. to XI p. m.
Bathing from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION 10c. CHILDREN sc.
Bathing. Including Admission. ZSc. Children Kc.
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MON., Tue».. Wed.. Thurs. and Bat. at 9:45
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days. 1 p. m. and 8:30; Sundays, M:3* a. m., I
p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock.
Pier No. 2. Telephone Main 1503.
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Lessee of San Francisco and North Pacific
The Picturesque Route of California.
Fourth of July
On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
July -3 and -*¦ .
Round-trip tickets will be sold from San Fran-
cisco to all points north of San Ra-
fael at the rate cf '
ONE SINGLE FARE
Petalama II Ofr Oeys«rrlH« %2 S3
Ss^ta Rosa I 50; Cloverdale »0O
SaTastopol l Mi Hopland * SO
Guerneville 2 50* Ukiah 4 ia
Windsor 1 95! Sonoma 1 CO
Healei*bur« 2 23! Glea Ellen 120
Lytton 2 40'
Return Lim!t. THURSDAY, July Sin. 1300.
On SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY,
June 30th. July Ist, July W. Round trip tlekets
will be «old trom San Francisco to all points
north of San Rafael at the following RE-
Petaluma $1 59i GeyservlUa 13 S3
fc*nta Rosa 2 23 Cloverdale 4 SO
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Windsor 2 K\ Hopland 800
Jtoldsburg- 2 it Uklah 5 00
Lytton S 6i>.
R*tnrn Limit. THfRSCAT. July sth. 1900.
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Pacific Goast Steamship Co.
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&^ wharf, San Francisco:
fwhta^^ For Alas Wan i«'r'.9 — 11 a. m .
jijßgeg^ July 6. 10. 15. 20. 2.%. 31. Au-
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SLc?l\sCa steamera a* Seattle.
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fgwQ^SU C. :. Port Townsend. Seattle,
£^^w§snSW9 Tacoma. Everett. Anacortes.
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30. August 4. and every fifth day thereafter.
Change' at Seattle to this company's uteamers
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Points. June 30. July 31. August 30. For rates
and oth»r Information apply to
EMPIRE TRANSPORTATION CO.
20 Montromery street
TOYO KISEN KAISBA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF. COR-
ner First and Brannan streets, at 1 p. m..
for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
Kcre fHtoßo), Nagasaki «nd Shanghai, and
connecting nt Hongkong with Rtoamers for In-
dia etc No carno received on board on day
S3 NIPPON MART Tuesday. July 10. J3CO
RS' AMERICA MARU
". Friday. August 3. 1300
SS HONGKONG MARU
" \V»<ln«iday. August 23. 1300
Raund-trjp tlcketi at reduced rstes. For
freight and pas*age apply at company's office.
411 Market str»»et. corner First.
W. 11. AVERT, General Agent.
COMPA3SIB 01SEBALX TSASSATUNTIQCE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. -^^
Hai!tn(t evrry T^uryday irr«t*-..l nf <J*n*rJ%
Saturday, from November I. 1533. at —•* ""•os»
10 a. m., from Pier 42, North Jttver. foot of
Morton st. L»A TOURAIXE. July 5; LA LOR-
RAI>»-. July 12: LA BRETAGNE. July 19;
I.A CHAMPAGNE. July 26. First class to
Havre, JS2 SO and upward. Second class to
Ilavre, |i 5 and upward; ", per cent reduction on
round trip. GENERAL AGENCY FOR
UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 52 Broad-
way (Hudson Building). New York. J. F.
YVOAZt * CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 1 Mont-
gomery avenue. San Francisco.
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS SERVICB
TO PLYMOUTH fl-ONDON). CHERBOURG
(PARIS) AND HAMBuRO.
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE
TO PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURO AND HAM-
BURG. ALSO NEW YORK TO CHERBOURO
For Sailing, etc.. Apply to
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. JTB'dWj.nr.y
PARIS HOTEL. ACCOMMODATION
Reserved tf secured before departure.
HEP.ZOG ft CO.. Gen. Asia, for Paelflc Coast.
4CI California at., corner Sansomc. 8. p.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.-HOXOI.irLTJ, APIA
AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY.
S. S. MOANA tvla Honolulu) to X«w Zea-
. land and Australia... Wed.. July XL 8 a. m.
8 8. AUSTRALIA 'Honolahl onry).!?!..
Wednesday. July 23, J p." jq.
2. D. SPRECKELS & BROS. CO.. Agts.. n4 Montgomery
Pier 7. Foot Pacific St. Freight 05ce.327 Market s2
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS must
bear signature of \4L~?z&^.
Tor •¦•all matt as easj
tm take as smgaxw
SFF • In ADTrtfcl™ heao *chl SFF
MC GARTERS FOR DIZZIBESS. MC
/ , niTfTll , r IPIiTTIE FOa BIUOUSHESS. ~™«. M w
GENUINE Wver tor torpid liver. GENUINE
H PILLS FOR COK3TIPATIOS.
WftAPPFI? Mm ' FOR SALLOW SKIK. WPAPPFB
"PRUSTTEp ON K.EXS PAPER.'