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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1913. TDREU LOCAL AND GENERAL 1 Police Notes 0 : 1 1' .1 : Will Quench That Thirsty FORT SHIFTER : THREATENED BY COSTLY BLAZE ISpocIal Ftar-Bulltfn CorrMpondeneeJ ORT SHAFTEIl,' Sept C What -,'. might have proved a. most costly fire, bad It cot ben discovered . in time, occurred yesterday .'afternoon, when several mops which' had been satur- ;; atedwith 4 floor polishing concoction of turpentine and. paraffin, blazed , up from spontaneous combustion in the basement of the Quartermaster and ; Coram issary storehouse. t;. The' basement la useu as an over flow storeroom for' the band and after . ' thr dally . polishing, the room orderly stored away his mops. . . ., About E:15 p. m while all troops . were ' either at supper or preparing to turn out for retreat, a sentry, with prisoners happened along and 'dis covered smoke pouring from every window. He immediately rah to the parade ground and gave the alarm by tiring his piece rapidly.- The music ians sounded the "fire call and In a remarkably short time a "run- that would hare tickled, the cockles of Chief Thurston's heart, was made, but ProTost Kcrgeant BreitDeld had reach ed the rrcne and pulled out the bias ing no. Tlie damage wa8 slight, but rnipht have been responsible for , , a bunch of hungry and poorly clad soldiers. bad it gained headway, as all ratifcrs and clothing were stored In r this- luiiuins:.- -.. ' ' UaULll on . 1 n t ACrming the judgment of the. dis 'trict court of Wailuku, Maui, and de clarlf. Art ICS of the last legislature, better known as the fishing' law,' to be ret la ronflct with the Qrganic Act, the E::; n? me .court this morning handed down n decision which Is ad- verse ta r;;!.t Japanese fishermen of Maui. It distinctly concedes .to Aha territory tho right' to "police power over use i i;..c libucnes. . " I Art ins. in question in this case, ' "P"1'- aiier " ociock- lasii nignt proline tho C&nftg for ne'hu and laoiey are now in pursuit of Lh4:fugV wlth r.cis langer-than twelve , feet tive. x " ; The tls tt Japanese, arrested for in- -. .J:''-' i '; frinjrrmrnt of the nev.' statute I ed guilty to the use of the nets "br the . ingitlie dlmeuBlons .proscribed by the act, tut' through their counsel .fought the legality of tho .law, arguing it was .contrary to thcOrgriic Act.. ;:. ';A. ' Their, argument was that sections 94 and S3 of thp Organic Acl .reserved to Congress all. control of the public sea, fisheries and - the withholding from the , territory any' right, of re striction or regulation of their use. The supreme court refers "to similar eases which'have come before It in the past, and on which Its ruling has " been in line with tho opinion reached in the present instance. , In its syllabus the court says: .Sections 84 and S5 of the Organic Act have not reserved to congress ex- v elusive control over the sea fisheries jno monger aaequaie eiuier in tne ciues 'of this lerritory. The police , power , whefe the traffic, problem is eat or , ,'cf the territory with reference to the jin! tho localities where distance is the ' public tRheries has not been.restrict- j Prime consideraUon., - Motor delivery ed so as to prevent the enactment of 13 no longer an experimerit for It is general laws respecting the means or established fact that from any " methods ty which fish may be taken standpoint, whether efficiency, econo ' and forbidding the use of certain nay or reliability, its superiority over - kinds of nets.- Act 156 of the session" horse-drawn delivery is easily recog- . 'i.-. r IQtt VioM imt In 1o in rn. nlzable. - ' ' , flict with said sections of the Organic AcL" The Spotless Town enjoys a national .popularity. You, Mr. Butcher, will gain popularity and trade, too, If you cut chops and steaks just the way yoJr customers want them. To do so you must have sharp tool3 such as Henckles Twin Works Butcher Knives and Carving Sets. .' . , E. 0: Hall & Son, . . Limited." Cor, Fort & King PTione 3IS1 LooK BY POLICE W. S. Kim, a Korean, whb : two weeks ago completed serving ,! two years and six months' imprisonment at the City and County jail, upon his conviction of five charges of. gross cheat, is much sought after by ; offi cers connected with the police ; and detective departments. : . In company with Chief of - Detec tives McDuffie, several defrauded creditors of the wily ' Korean paid - a visit this morning to the alleged land ed estates and pig ranches to which Kim claimed, ownership. In each In stance it was quickly and plainly shown that the Korean had. no inter est In the properties whatsoever.' To date, the visible assets credited to Kim include three porkers and less than a half dozen chickens.' , The po lice today discovered the bank book which Kim had used in-leading Jhis dunes to believe that he was a capi talist- Twenty-eight : dollars proved the total of deposits with the Insti tution.;-. ; ,. , Kim is declared by the officers to have led a mad and. merry existence following his, liberation from prison walls. Late yesterday ' afternoon, a cloud of clamoring creditors besieged toe : police headquarters. - the claim ants Insisting that they were victims of a gigantic bunco, game. :. The allegation is now . made ; that Kim, In the course of his money get ting career, has raised a cum amount ing .o at least $2300, made, up of va rious sums, in many instance bor rowed . from. T. Sumuniza, aa unsus pecting Japanese :'lend,. One inter esting Jeature of the casoiSvtbat the Korean while a prisoner at the mu nicipal bastile, carried on his negotia tions for various loans, the man be ing permitted to leave the prison in company with either Jailor Asch or a guu.nl. Kim had been given special privileges, , in that he had been dele gated cook fn a prison gang employed daily at Kaplolanl park! The Korean claimed that he was the -owner -of several ranches , about Honolulu 1 and that his,, sales Kf pigs for the year, totaled $2000. It was mainly upon the strength of these allagod assets that he was enabled to enjoy auto . tours about the city and secure loans, uS- w nuui iocai v ul!uuuu , "v,-r The police received,-a clew today thai Kim had been seen . in Kalihi . . .. T . it.. r . : Ehcrtly. after 11 o'clock - last night ff. S. KIM SOiHTiMOOSE DEPARTMENT: ifEtinmrrrniFa. h t :h ' nh :-.h lii&iiiLLS I The transportation. ; of merchandise j rapidly and economically is now ; an important consideration m ; every 'line of trade and in every locality. .Tne old norse and wagon method Is Time is an Important consideration and the ability to deliver merchandise purchased quickly is a trade-making influence that promptly demonstrates Itself in any line of business.; .Tho economy of delivery is mani fested in the fact that only while in actual service Is a truck an expense. While idle-it costs nothing and re quires no attention. ' ; t Itecognizing the necessity of a com mercial vehicle to meet modern ; re quirements, the von Hamm-Young Co. presents ' the new Buick light deliv ery, truck which, will efficiently handle Its capacity economically and ,satis factoriry.L It is built to stand the hard" services a delivery system requires- . .. . ' S It will do more work with less at tention than any , other motor vehicle ever marketed for commercial ser vice.; . " ; -V. . .. , v , It will cost 'yon less to run it J Careful consideration : is given - ' to every detail of design and'eonstruo tion and it is so built that-it does not require an experienced or high-priced mechanic to operate it. It is not In any sense .a pleasure car rebuilt or j if-dcsigned for delivering merchan- faise, ana it is pacKea oy tne largest aytomobile. manufactory In the world. Covering an area" of one mile in length and ten' blocks in width, fire last night swept lurough the business -and . residential sections : of . Hot Springs, Arkansas, destroying proper-1 ty, estimated to be valued at ten mil-j lion dollars. -,' : '; '-m- ' So far. as 'known 'no' lives have been I lost in the fire, which, though .still; burning, is how. under, control. It Is , believed that considerable of the loss- is covered by Insurance. ' The exact origin of the fire is not known. 'i ni ran " . ... 1 - , " -! ..." r for the Trade-Mark TO OPEN IP 1)10 TUESDAY EVENING 7 . . . - ' ' . -!. : - : (Continued from page one) the rooms. Decorators. were complet ing their job In one room, in another the floor was being given a polish, a floor upon which a dance will be held within four evenings. In another room the billiard and pool tables were be ing made ready; while in the gymna sium the canvas floor cover had just Ien laid. -;...'.'-' :- : There may be a few touches here and there which will still be wanting Tuesday evening; but they will be minor. .'The big job of putting the two floors in readiness has been com pleted; and it has been, without a doubt, a big job. .and whoever had charge: of it unquestionably deserves credit, for the ; wdrk haa' been don-j well and shows thought and care and taste." v - - On the first floor is the reception room and 1 bufTet, which have . been done In oak.. The reading room which leads off from the reception room is In koa, and is one of the most attractive pbices In the home, with its comfortable lounging chairs and large windows; The billiard room is in pine, while the dining room is of oak. These rooms are all on the first floor. ' On this floor also are the kitchen and a pantry. Both the lat ter rooms are large enough to pre pare a banquet for several hundred; and up etairs in what will probably be called the assembly, hall, there Is room A event It is desired to give a large banquet to seat several hun dred. -.';( . ; :,:.-J. ,;r..-, j- The lodge can -grow to the extend of several hundred members more, and its new home -will, not be crowded. And It, was probably with this ideal growth in mind that the building com mittee signed a ten year lease, for the quarters with C. M." Cooke, Ltd. Prom Tuesday on, ihe corner of Fort and Beret an ia streets probably wilj be a lively place, and look more like "something doln than It has before. The large , assembly hall occupied fhegrcaterspart"lc.f !.the upper "floor. ; It is a large splendidly construction : room, opening off from the. elevator. Well lighted with Incandescents, and also with "sufficient large bow win dows to flood it with sunshine, it z now quite the most suitable assembly room in the city. Here dances may be given, or the secret rites of the order performed; here banquets may be served, or theatricals given; and here also the lodge may be assembled for speech-maklng.s It is a lodge quar ters unlo itself, o large and well' ar ranged is.it ; ; , " - Off from. tho reception room,1' on the first floor, is a library.' Here will be found works of all the standard authors.- v '-::) - - The following are the officers of the lodge: ' - . 1 -. Tast Dictator, Senator Ambrose J. WTIrts; Dictator, Clem K. Qulnn; Vice Dictator, 0. S. Leithead; Prelate, E. W. Bull ; Sergeant-at-Arojs, R. E. Nute; Inner Guard,' August Reipecke; Onter Guard, M. C Cabral; Secretary, J: Wj Lloyd Treasurer, J. D. Bicknell; Trustees, J. J. Sullivan, W.-F. Ann strong and J. W. Asch, Jr.; Lodge Physician, Dr. R. W. Benz. ; Y At the April annual meeting of the lodge, the (dictator appointed a build ing committee. It was the --work of this 'committee which resulted in' the new quarters being secured and made ready. The following compr-? the committee: Senator Ambrose J. Wlrtz, chairman; Hon. J. Wi Asch, Jr., H." S. Martinez, r A.- T. r Henderson - and Charles Blannerhasset : v : '' 'j: The house committee Is composed of Dictator Clem K. Quinn, chairman; J. J. Sullivan, W.-F- Armstrong, J. W. Asch, t JA; II. S. Martinez. A. T. Hen derson and Ambrose J. Wlrtz. This committee has appointed W. C Ber gin, steward. . ; v ! ; What are declared to be Eome of the finest horses to be secured on the isl and of Hawaii are to be brought to Honolulu in the Inter-Island ste'amer Kauai,- which -vessel is expected 1 to reach this port - next Wednesday - or Thursday. . ; ; , "-; ' ' ' Major B. F. Cheatham, department quartermaster, returned to .this city as a passenger; in the -Manna. Kea this morning. Before leaving tne Big Isl and, the official selected forty-eight specimens of the finest' equines to be lound at the Kukaiau and Parker randies.- Arrangements have been completed for shipping the mounts to Oahu at the earliest possible moment The recent purchase of Hawaiian bred animals Is said follows along the line of police laid down by the quar termaster v department some months ago, in wliich the breeders of stock turoughout Jbe-- territory were to - be given.an "opportunity of supplying the army , with mounts, provided of course, niriiri nncrnnni HLV LUIJULIIUU ISLAND HORSES TO ARRIVEFOR' mmm Ishlro Hamai was granted a divorce from S. Miyate by Judge Whitney this morning on her charge of desertion. - J. II, Camara 'was today appointed administrator of the estate of Carolina Finhelro,' to 'serve- without bond. Louise Holt- was granted a divorce from Harry Holt this morning.- by Judge Whitney, on her allegation of non-support. ' '.' . Sustaining Attorney-general Thay er's opinion and declaring that a ten der for a contract on territorial jm provement projects which is irregular cannot be accepted. Circuit Judge H. E. Cooper this' morning denied the prayer of H. II. Foster and Edward Ross, contractors, for a temporary in junction . restraining the Honolulu Construction and Draying Company from continuing its work on the street grades and sewers in ithe Au waiolimu tract Foster and Ross. it will be re membered, submitted the low bid for this job about ten days ago, but find ing certain errors in the figures, Sup erintendent Caldwell, afterconsulting the attorney general, .' awarded the contract to the Honolulu Construction and Draying Company. Counsel for Foster and Ross gave notice of appeal from Judge Cooper's decision ; to the supreme court ' :.'. 't -;..'- : v ; An overturned oil stove in a two- Etory frame tenement house on Kalihi road and Colburn street Kapiolanl tract necessitated a , run ' of the Pa- lama fire 'department at quarter-past three o clock yesterday afternoon The fire was well under way before the alarm was turned in and ono fire hydrant 1&00 feet from the house, was the only source of water supply available to the fire fighters. The up per; story of the building, which is owned by Tong Tuck, a, Chinese, and occupied by several Hawaiian fami lies,, was destroyed, - and the lower part, of the building considerably dam aged, v The loss - Is estimated in the neighborhood of $2,000, which was partly covered by t insurance to the amount of $1.000. ' Chief -Thurston said this morning that he had recom mended to tho civil service commis sion that more fire " hydrants and qlarm boxes be Installed In the Kapio lanl tract district'' '- :i.f---i f .- The Sunday School of St Andrew's Cathedral will begin its regular ses sions next Sunday the 14th. : During the summer months the teachers of the different classes have had a vaca tion, Canoni Aulti taking the whole school, except for the older . class -; of girls and the kindergarten, but on bunday the 14th all the teachers will te ready to take up the regular class work again. iAhew course- of study has been arranged, and a very sacces fui year Is anticipated..' Captain Cooke wiy . retain Jbcha;.f thei Yng- Mens iiiuie mass, ana ' Mrs. Arthur G. Smith will havo charge ot the old' cr girls -For various reasons It was Impossible to hold - the Sunday school picnic at tho beginning of the vaca tion', and it. will in - consequence- be held towards the end of September. The preacher at the 7:30 -. service this evening at St Andrew's Cathedral will be iae Rev: F. A. Saylor. , Eight replies to. the communications ssnt by ' Chairman , Mott-Smith last week to conxrationa suspected of handling public utility business 1 were received at the chairman's office ' to day. Four of these deny engagement In such traffic; two submit the. figures asked for, and two others beg further time, until the figures can be prepar ed. Those which deny, handling any public utility business . areolae Maui Lend and Railroad i Company,5 ; Maui Railway & Steamship Company, Mdui Irrigation Company ; and ; the Kauai Electric Company,: The Hawaiian Electric Company, states that its gross income for the calendar year 1812 was $274,080.21, and its capital stock $750, 000. The Matsoa .Navigation Company submits its receipts 1 from jinter-island traffic for 1912 as follows: Passenger, $23,566.80; freight $1,844.31. The Ka hulul Railroad Company and the Ka uai Railroad Company acknowledge receipt of the clftiirman's letter and ask further time, to ' prepare state ment' ' - A .a -. .. , . MISS EVA M. STEVENS "of Hono lulu has returned from a two-years tour in Europe and is ataylng at Bish op Restarick's. V' ' - ; v U A IJSUE SCOTT, Assistant Attorney CeneraT,. who is taking his vacation, expects to go to Hilo next Wednes day on a visit to the Big Island. He will return for duty October 1. '-'.. ' " i-" -: ,-v'v I j OSHUA D. 1 tJCKER, land commis sioner, returned" frpni llilo this morn ing, ; after several conferences - with th4 committee of the Board of Trade of that city concerning the plans for opening the new . Waiakea tract i ' COU. CI1AS. McCARTHY, treasurer of the city and county, returned from a trip around the island last night He wasaccompanied on the trip, which was made 'to pay off the county lab orers on the Ewa side of the island, by Mayor Fern. . ; ATTORNEY C. 1 1. McBRIDE.returri ed td Honolulu this morning, and held hurried conferences with the governor, attorney general and several other ter ritorial officials.' Ale declared the bus iness was merely in" Connection with some laud matters, however,, and that be expected to leave fof Hilo again this taf ternoon. -f . that the animals came up tq a pre scribed standard. . ;'; 1 J. . C. Farla, charged by the police with having traveled on the wrong side of a public thoroughfare, in driv ing a vehicle, was called upon this morning to settle, a' fine of $5 and costs,' when arraigned at the district court' ' -: . Four, months imprisonment at the city and county jail was given Akt. a Korean, who this morning was ar raigned at district court upon a charge of stealing a quantity of empty grain sacks from tho premises of the Union feed Company.- - '. Manuel Carcia. a Spaniard, was ar raigned in the district court this morn ing upon a charge of murder in the hrst degree, It bemg alleged that he was- responsible for the death, of an aged German employed on a planta tion near Aiea. Garcia wag committed by Judge Monsarrat for trial at the circuit court v ? -5 - Rev. Henry P. Judd, president of the Oahu College alumni association, will speak at the college - Monday morning at nine o'clock and will Bet fcrth aome of the plans'.-, which , the association will work put during the coming year. - The Punahou prepara tory school will open Monday morn ing at.nine o'clock. v Edward Clunev. a local chanffenr. will be called unon - to face threo charges preferred against htm by, the police. Cluney, . through . Attorney Rawlins, appeared in this district court . this morning end asked for a continuance until Sept . 8 in t which to PUtpr ft nlpft fn th rna'rtta nt rrmr. ating an automobile in the downtown treets wane in an Intoxicated condi tion. "; r : Cluney. It is now said bv thoDolIce. will be called to answer to a charca of assault and battery upon : Alex. ue4s, wno is alleged to have been roughly handled by Cluney. , The third chartrft tn h find apalmt th defendanf la substance has to do with an anegea violation" or a city and county ordinance-regarding driving a machine in a reckless manner, police state that Cluney and Manuel Correa were at the. wheels of two machines which carried a crowd . of soldiers -and .Hawaiian singers about tho , city last Thursday nlghC , The charge is made by Special Officer Chilton that both men were much un der the lnfl,uece of liquor v ; ; ' . : OVER-NIGHT - ; '-; FEDERAL . ; WIRELESS To the Advertiser ; ? - yashidgtpjj haa ; xiot. jret J&eenv in formed officially of the coming to the united States of Manuel-D. Semacona Y, Inclan, whom Provisional President Jhuerta is sending to -this country os tensibly to bring a confidential mes sage to President .ilsoni ; ?:v s It is believed that Semacona is com- ng to negotiate certain loans for Hu- erta with the cooperation of the Unit ed States government, ; but - offlcials would not discuss the point today. President Wilson is aiming to bring pressure to bear on lluerta to make a statement which will t liminate him dellnitely and - fully as . a candidate for the Presidency at the elections in Mexico next-month. In unmistakable terms President Wilson has indicated that lluerta has made a statement of this nature, but he wants the people of .the , nations of' Europe : to under stand it as clearly as ho docs. For that reason the negotiation is along the line of "smoking Huerta' out. and causing him to, take the same action openly that he : has taken verbally to the American government:- 1 ' - A" four hours downpour which reached - the proportions of a cloud burst flooded sections of the New York subway early 'today, tying up irafflc and causing thousands of . per sons to be late for work?'. - - In several crowded stations riots took place, and police reserves-had to be called , out to restore order. . Four feet" of water flooded , the Tube from Urand'Central Station to Fifty-ninth Street The main 'artery of the sub way from the Brooklyn terminal to Be venty-secon(f street Manhattan, was crowded with congested traffic. V 1 At the height of the rainstorm. Broadway and other streets were fill-i eu with water from curb to cuTb, and the streams poured into the subway through ventilation gratings. . .v.. On the very point of being deported by the board of Inquiry which has been taking testimony in his case for two days, Harry K. Thaw won a signal victory today when his two-chief counsellors, J. X). Greenshields, and X. K. Laflamme, K.- C.; obtained from Jus tice Cervais of the superior court; in - .cntreal a brand new writ of habeas corpus In Thaw's favor, requiring his production before Cervais in Montreal forthwith. .'' ,.v '. ," As soon as the writ was obtained the two lawyers chartered a special train and steamed for .Coaticooke at high speed. 1 Meanwhile a telegraphic message was sent to E. Blake Robert- sou, chief of- the board of inquiry, di-r recting. him to bold .up: any decision until tne arrival or iae attorneys with. their writ Uptn. what grounds the writ, was obtained could "hot be learfl ea here but it is understood: that -lack of jurisdiction is claimed. r : At three-forty o'clock the board of Inquiry announced ; its , decision. It ordered that Harry K. Thaw, bo, de ported on two counts. 'First,: of entering- the country : by stealth.; and sec ond, that he is undesirable because he was an, inmate of an. asylnm within live years. '; C ' ' .: " . ' :, ' Jack John oon, whose back was hurt ; yesterday . when a taxicab. raninto his " auto, was better today.. He said he 1 Would appear In court next Thursday to prosecute the taxicab driver. Sin 1-1 fifi:JJi in fabric, fit and .workmanship. Vc ia yite comparison. . -:.., -; r r1 . ' j0 3E E HALLS C01IE IK S , CoBtintted from Wge one) , Fennell, license inspector, will act The two already, have conferred to gether on the. subject, and are one In believing that - certain Important re strictions, additional to;those noAV en forced, should be made to better the moral atmosphere of such places." , Perhaps tho hardest blow at the re sorts which the new ordinance, says' Weaver, aims to strikev will be la the matter of employing women; to dance.' Inspector Fennell has in formed the deputy . elty and county attorney that in some of -the public dunce hall3 a charge of fifteen cents a dance is made, one-third of , which goes to the woman partner of. tho dancer. ". ' ; . ; :.: "This Is the crux of the entire evil, This makes Buch places a.' regular beer hall without the beer," said Weaver this morning. lie added that he had not known before that such a condition existed. - '. :rJ ' I "The" municipality should sanction dancing for the entertainment it pro vides? but when dancing is commer cialized, and women dance for hire, it should be stopped. , I believeMn dancing aa a sport-out as a business I am against it As a sport or enter tainment it should flourish; as a busi ness It should languish, v "That women should be paid vfor dancing is In itself a positive sign that ;8ucha dance Is contra bonoa mores,, .and therefore should - be ttopped. ' ' " ' '.' :-- . .. i -One of Hie Important points in the proposed new regulations '', is to pro hibit a woman dancing In one of the places for hire. We plan to make.it a misdemeanor for her to - accept money for suclt dancing. ; "Fifteen cents is a tremendous sum to pay for a dance when you consider that the public dance halls ar for persons of small means. ' The only reason such places are sanctioned is tc provide; a cheap - amusement for persons who i are . poor. But fifteen cents a dance? That Is outrageously high. '-V;'. r ' i-'.W.u "-- "As for Issuing licenses for ' such places,' that is : not quite settled yet A new scheme may develop." ' ; ' . Weaver will - hold several confer ences with Inspector Fennell and the two will outline an ordinance to bet ter, regulate the dance balls, and par ticularly the phase' of - it relating to the hired women dancers.1 "-v". - EDLfCATlONAL. '. A ; limited number, of pupils will be ' received at ;j the Open-AIr Select : . ticlmol, opposite -Kapiolanl Park en trance, twginnjng SepC Sth. Address Miss Sara .FeatherstonC;, Jloyal Ha waiiaii .'Hotel ;n'y SG4Mt ' - .WhOTe is this place you can set a Blue' Serge suit made to. order nn l gnarantebd not to fade for tcnty five dollars?" r : ' .-".,---. ' Why? Ceo. A: Martin, The Tailor. In the Waity Bids. . " - vV in li! TIIELI - - - - - the various makes of doth "injf sold, in this town, and vicin-. ity, and the chances ; are in favor of v Alfred , Benjamin Clothe3 There is some thing entirely different in there garments not found , in other makes. We ab solutely guaran tee any suit, cr overcoat, , Izzv in thi3 hcu;c, to be perfect ia BnJRi, Oott9 every rerpect, " 7 m i ! 3! -A 7 V DON'T EXPERIMENT . CUC3T1TUTES IF YCU , GOOD PICTURED. Cat tha ORIGINAL, wM: onfy has .orthochromaiic rcn-halation qualities urkr ta other f.tms, tut a!za ; more latitude of exposure. - Also Kodak- SPEED FUn Z ; Fort Street 4iEvtrythin3 Photo-raph! r v v 11:M1H Fort flrrct UonolaluN Largest ExcIcsItc Clothing Store , Charge 'Account irxilUl j - , ITcckly and ilontlij .- l'ajmcat.. 4.50, ;.;-;$55o Educator She:: .' For Sale Only at ; HantifactLirery 105t Fcrt Si. '- CTolm Lane, a. 1: : t about to .publli'i I.'v-fi":: Thaw's autobiogra; '..y, Li v gives' t:r irr.;rc?--" i dur!.: ' c r--ry V.. ""' - - v ----V rr""r""7 SHOES J . f-p- pA 5ALI A J S . - : . ..... ICS , .... -. ,: .:'