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COXTOLTJEU CTZCBULLETIl?, THURSDAY, MhY 30, 1014.
BIX UARIME " 4 ; Castle & Agents 9 BANKo? HAWAII '.You can still be a "jol-, Iy good ' fell ow"' and have "y a few pence put away : j just temeuilH?r the Fu- ture. is coming,' and save ; for that batl rainy day. . ;V ' V ' . " ' ' ' '.' 'Start Saving NOW!' Aloi:ander - . . SugarFactcrs Ccrr.rr.iccicn Merchants cr.:! Insurance; Agents u. I ' ' v. - . . - y-, , Agents for Hawaiian Commercial ft Scgtr Co.- Ilklku Sugar Company. V ' U: Tala Plantation. V . - ' . Haul Agricultural Company. . ' Hawaiian Sugar Company. ,- Ilabuku Plantation Company. ' UcBryde Sugar Co, Ltd. Kttului Railroad' Company ;C . Iltil Railway Company.- V Ktual Fruit & Land Co Ltd. .Ilcnolua Ranch. :-'.':. -THE' Co. t T O . f:f HlwiM: .i " Company . t K:v . York Under - -.y. Providence t Insurance Co. v : :nvs!d Cclld'rfjf.- :;cc co. of Hawaii j., iG iaug St, cor. :;;ohama SPECIE LIMITED. . . ... ' ' Yen. . ' " rcrlbed..-;. 8,000.000 ' ; I up-. .....20,000,000 f--3 ........18,900,000 ...Local Manager . "Z HCNT OR SELL Z'JP, FHOPERTY. I . . j C:ij Every Day ; c c . . a w w w s s- . . r. . . f . FIHG 'mW. vV A AUTOMOBILE LIFG Cooke, Ltd. Ettabllshed In BISHOP, & CO, BANKERS. Commercial and Travetera Let . tore of Credit Itiued on th Bank of Callfornli and ' : the London Joint ) ;: '- 8 took; Bank, I Ltd4 London Correipondenta for the Ameri can Expreae Company and Thoa. Cook & 8on. Interest Allowed on Term and 8avinge Bank Deposits.' BANK HONOLULU tiraef , K. N. ft K. Letters of Credit and TraTelers Checka ' aTallable throujhout tkt worleV - . " Lowest Rates C Brewer & Co. (Limited) ; SUGAR FACTORS, CO MM IS. i ;V siow Merchants, ship.' f t PINO AND INSURANCE "i- ACENT8, FORT ST, HONO. i . . , , - LULU, T. H. List of Officers and Directors: ; E. F. Eishop .... . . . President Q. H. Robertson ............ Vice-President and Manaaer ' Ivers .....'........Secretary ' E. A. R, Ross: .. . .Treasurer o. .lC Ctrter ), " 'J . - . p ; . 'i . C H. Cooks...... r ; I J. IL Gait .....) M. Directors - ft A.'eoofcs .....) ; - rw Girirey:....;..!1 D. G. May. . . .... ...... .Auditor A . ' v. " - ' . Foi? Sale $16002 bedroom house, artesian sL, near Punahou School: lot 53x105. Pe'EHe STBATJCH Walty Elda;. 74 a Kmg fit - ?Z2 Lmi New' fumish'eC fcottage iVU.. $32.50 New S-bedroom cottage-.i 27.50 Five-bedroom bouse - ........ T. 30.00 Two-bedroom : c"Ottage ........ . 15.00 Neat cottage In town 2 bedrms 22.00 Neat collage in town, 2 bedrms 25.00 " J. H. Gcfinriclf, tien Estate:: ; . .- rrV-.v.f t. , Jinx." ' ?rVooe 8S3 , - ' !!r helps seclallj'. little c:i you tc'. e .your; lit- s y a-d eat it? Wby fiid - if r:u coulJ have ltr- . t." . - - v.. f -; Iv. tr 3 to die; Honolulu ;Stcck: Exchange TtnTsdJy, Jnir .J; MERCANTILE AlexanderBaldvln, Led... C Brewer &i Co. .. SUGAR. - Cwa Plantation Co. . ... .V Ilalkn Sugar Co. .... . . Hawaiian AgrL fo. .... Hawaiiin C, ft . Sug. Co. Hawaiian Sugar Co. ..... Honokaa Sugir Co. . . . . . Honomu Sugar, Co. ... Hutchinson Sug. Plan.. Co Kahuku Plan. Co Kekaha Sugar , Co. Koloa Sugar . Co. ... . . . . . McBrjde Sugar Co., Ltd. . Oahu Sugar Co. ........ Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd..... . Onomea Sugar Co. Paaubau Sugar Plan. Co. Pacific Sugar Mill ...... Pala Plantation Co. ... Pepeekeo Sugar Co. Pioneer Mill Co. T.. Waialua Agri-Co. .....vi Wailuku Sugar Co. .... Walmanalo Sugar Co. ... Walmea Sugar Mill Co.. MISCELLANEOUS. Haiku F. ft P. Co., pfd.. Haiku FtftPkg. Co., Com. Haw. Electric Co. ...... Hawaiian In. Co. Ltd .... Bid Asked 150 . 230 IS l?tt 100 26 27 : - 2 ii" 85 14 2H 204 11 95 100 18 58 27 27 14V4 24 21 62 V4 20 168 36 Haw, Pineapple Co, ...... 35 V4 2 16 105 105 130 18 ' 125 ; lino R. R. Co. pfd Hilo R. R. Co., com HIlo Ry. Co. pfd. . ..... Hono. B. & M. Co., Ltd. . Hon. Gas Co. pfd I Eon. Gas Co., com .2 17 Hono. R. T.'ft L. Co . Inter-Island 8- Nav. Co.. t Mutual Telephone Co. . Oahu Ry. 'ft s Land Co.. . Pahang Rubber. Co. 135 18 Tan Jong Olok Rubber Co; ... 20 BONDS. Hamakua Ditch Co. 6s. . H. C. ft S. Co. 5s... Hawaiian Irr. Co. Ss. . . . Haw. Ter 4s, Ref. 1905. . Haw. Ter. 5s, Pub. Imp. . Haw. Ter. Pub. Imp. 4a.. ( Haw. Ter. 4S Haw. Ter. 3a. Hilo R.R.CO.C issue '01 ... Hllo R.R.CO. R.&E. Con.6s Honokaa Sug. Co.' 6s. ... 70 Hon. Gas Co.,' Ltd. 5s..:. Hon. R.T.ftL.Co. Cs ..... . 103 Kauai Ry. Ca 6s Kohala . DitcH , Cd. 6a. . . ' 100 ' 95 . . . McBryde Sugar .Co. 5s. . Mutual Tel.; 6a. ........ 101 101 ' 55 101 62 100 . 98 Natomas Con. 6s...... .... . ... .... . , Oahu Ry. ft Land Co. 5s.. Oahu Sugar Co. 6s...... Olaa Strg. Co, 6a. , V. .v.v Pacific !uano ft F. Co 6s Pacific Sugar; Mill', Co. 6 San Carlos Milling Col 6a Waialua Agrl. Co. 5s..'. Sales: Between ttoarda-lOO, 50, 00, 60, 50 Olaav 1; 100, 20, 200. 15, 200: 20 200 Olaa' 2: 200, 70, 15 Oahu Sag. Co., 14.,,.. ; Between Boards 50, .35, 15, 105 10 H. C. ft S. Co., 26; 100 Mut TeLCo., 8: 5 O. R. U Co. 125; 50 EWa.T7. ; 50, 50, .100 McBryde, 3; 410,000 O. R. ft L. Cs, 101; 15 rillo Com 2. -Session Sales 25, 25, 25, 10 Oahu Sug. Co.. 14; 30 Olaa, 2; 10 H. C. ft 6. Co, 26; 40, 20, 10, 60 McBryde, 3; 10 McBryde. 3; 50, 10 Olaa, 2; 0 H. C. ft S. Co:26. i Latest Sugar quotations: 96 deg: test, 3.26 cta, or. J 650 ,per ton.-. ... gar 'e Beets 9s 6d HenrV AVterhouiseTrust ": Cd. .Ltd. tismbsrs Honolulu Stock and Send Cxchangs 7 FORT- AND- MERCHANT STRSETS Tslsphono 1208 .. ' K STOCK. MOXERS i i i Information FwmlahsoT nd Loans HERCHANT STREET-STA LOQL Phon 1672. TJailv wpatTier reOort. "-XL. Sf. deoart- mnt of arrlculture- local office, weath- fer bureau.- Honolulu; T. . H, July SO; -, Temperature-i-6 a. m.,.7i; S Ju a, 80; ,10 an.m.f 82; 12 noon, , 7?; mini mum last night, 76. t ; . Wind 6 ai m . E-8r 8 av ra E-12; 10 a. m- E-15; 12 noon E-18; move ment -past 24 ,hourB,:252. ' : :" Barometer at 8 a. nu 59.90: dew- poiat at 8 sr. in..- 68; relative humidity a. 68; absolate humidity 8 a. m., .435 ; total rainfall during past .24 hours, trace. ; -ri'-lif. '-FOR SALEw "3 . . Three large Hawaiian canoes. Apply . ..-.i5919-3t i 1.. FOR RENT, v Two-bedroom eottage. 531 Hotel street Inquire 13IX Bef etania. - . . ;. :. -." : -59i$-6t' ':':;5-r.,; ' cloth e&; cleaners. For expert f clothes' . cleaning. The uoa, iKftg, at siaonakeav: 1 -s. .MUSIC LESSON Violin and lan.tanght by expert 831 3.26cts . !N. King fit .... ;-. . :;,v;; ,;..-.. SSI f SPTLBIB J. A. Rath of Palama Thanks Public an? Press for Aid Given Fresh Atr Camp v.- ' ' ' 1 . . - rx ' ' .,.-v-- ft "Through the Star-BalleUa 1 Be especially advised by the Call wish to Dersonallv thank the S.fornia Feed Co. in the matter of caua- local press and public for their assistance in making the Palama Settlement's fresh air camp at K a Kalpapau a success. I am high- ly pleased with the manner in jf. which the public has responded s. to our: call foe funds, and sincere- x ly hope the settlement will be in v, a position to make this camp a 5e permanent feature of its work." 5f James A. Rath, headworker of the Palama Settlement. - - Filling a long-felt need .In the com munity, and giving further impetus to the campaign now being conducted for the betterment of the health of Honolulu; a dispensary tomorrow will be opened at Waikiki, possibly in the vicinity of the Catholic church, by the Palama 'Settlement This announce ment ; was - made this morning by James "A. Rath, headworker of the settlement, wh6 today is making a se lection of toe site. .This new dispen sary will cater to the needs of the residents of Waikiki and Kapahulu Since the establishment of the first one, the 'dispensaries now conducted by the nursing department of the set tlement have been vital factors and have played prominent parts in thef local movement for the prevention of disease. . Institutions of this kind to the number of eleht now are main tained by. the settlement they beine located at Kaiihi-waena school. Kaulu- wela lane. Royal school. Kaksako Mission; St- Mary's Mission. Moiliili. punchbowl and Kalulanl school. A tralne'd nurse will be placed in charge .-of the dispensary at - Waikiki and will spend her time partly in the dispensary and partly in visiting the homes of the residents of the district with a view to locating disease and preventing its spread, working In co operation with - the board of health. Special attention Is to be given tuber enjosis. Headworker Rath says that the settlement has, In mind the estab lishment of other dispensaries In dif ferent parts of Honolulu, these to be located as ; the city develops and spreads out Headworker Rath returned from the settlement's fresh air camnat Kalpapau yesterday afternoon and re ports the' work there to be progress ing most favorably.. Tenement moth era to the number of 9,. and their 38 children; now-, are enjoying a two weeks' vaeitfbn on the-windward side. Through the? StarBulIetIn Mr. Rath personally expresses his thanksr for the support which the press and the public has given thia new movement The settlement , hopes . to make , permanent feature of its work, v. it a PRESIDENT AND MAYORS WfLlfllNE'Off HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE AUGUST 15 The president of the United States and, the mayors, of 20 of the largest cities on the .mainland have been asked to eat Hawaiian pineapple Au gust 1 5 Hawaii's 'pineapple; Dar." H P. Wpod stated this morning ; that theae requests, have been . sent, out by the Promotion; Committee as one of the last steps ln ;ihat organization's plan to secure a national observahce of; the occasion, fc; . ' -;-;;:-.j :..--:, . i h Incidentally several cans of - lid. wail's choicest pineapple pack are to be sent, to tfcese executives in. order that , they rightly may; assist -the jjslahdsfi ln celebrating the. day. In formation, being received by the. Pro motion Committee' by . every mall in dicates that , large .wholesale ; and re tail grocery; concerns throughout the United States will make special , dis plays of tle ffult,. -, both fresh i and canned; August 15,;an also that ho tels, steamships and : railway: dining cars In all parts of the mainland will serve Hawaiian pineapple On . that flay..--. -- -v ; REAL ESTATE. TRAXSACTIOXS ': ' i.'' 1'' ' - - "' Entered ?r Reoord Jo 29, 1914, from 10:3tf a. m. toj4:30 p. nf. v Lyman ; S. Thompson to John A.-, f . Buck ...,..'...... -.h...D Jane B Lbwrey and hsb to John A. - Buck ...... ...... ...... D F. C. Eaton and wf to John A. Walter Hi Hatselden . and wf to . John. A. Buck . . . . : ........... . .t) Samuel Katittaite and wf to John A. r Buck . ..... . ,.D HfttchlnsOh . Sugar Plantation Co. to i Chas: H. Ail . . ... . . l It- .Tarlrlhachl,i to. .Bernlce . K. IIlt - .sh0 a a William fC.Namauu to Pioneer Bldg ;: ft; Loan! Assn. of Hawaii ....... M Pinectar; Co., Ltd. to L. B, Nevin.SL Jas. .T.; Taylof to . Nuuanu.. Park-. .Tract. . .... . . : u... ...... . . .Plan Entered in ReCord July 30, 1914, from , 8:30 a. nt. to 10:30 a. m. Keen; Estate, Ltd. to A. F. Tavares. .D Charles, E. .King to William Kahale- Nellie. M. Haley and hsb to Mary C. ! Ellsworth ... .... .... . .v.": . . . . .M Goodheart "I've got you down for a couple of tickets; we're getting up a raffle for a poor man of our neighbor- hood " JoAkTav -"Tilone for m. thank you; I wouldn t know what to do with t poor man if -I wonhim." ' one inereasing number of Italians In Panama has brought about the ap - pointment of a consular and diplomat' le agent ' - .-.. ., AILY. REMINDERS Round the island tn auto - $5.00. Lewis 'Stables. Phono 214L adrer- tlamsnt -Jim gumn and Manuel Reia are now. located at the Young Hotel Auto Stand, opposite Young HoteL.o Phono 251L adTertlaemeat ? Tne uourtiana uotei. where com fortable rooms and; excellent cuslne are under the management of Mrs, H. Ei Falmer. advertiseaent . The proprietor of the Japanese Ba zaar, on Fort near Bfretanla. has Just returned from a purchasing trip to the Orient and cordially Inrltes the public. of Honolulu to'call and Inspect the new goods. 1 ing your hens to lay more eggs They'll recommend the proper diet. etc., to fit your hens' condition. Cor ner Alakea and Queen streets. K( One can get conventional designs in K prize cups and trophies at Wichman Wift Ca's or-that leading jewelry firm XI will suggest Specially designed tro S.phies, and then work out the chosen design in the most appropriate metal. Don t go Into the country without Shac keep it by you when your head aches relieve it instantly don't suffer by delay. advertisement. Business shows a large increase over yesterday's activity on the ex change, Olaa advancing 3-8 with total sales of ,1195 'shares. Oahu 3-8 with sales of 370 shares, Hawaiian Com mercial 1-2 with sales of 235 shares and McBryde 1-2 with saleB of 340 shares. Mutual Telephone gained 3-4 In a sale of 100 shares at 18. Oahu Railway was : steady at 125 ' for 5 shares, and its 5 per cent bonds at 101 for $10,000. HIlo Railroad com mon was the only stock to decline, selling down 1-4 point to 2.50 for 15 shares. .Of Olaa 350 shares sold at yester day's figure of 1.87 1-2, 785 at 2 and 60 at 2.225. Hawaiian Commercial brought yesterday's price of 26.25 for 215 shares, 26.62 1-2 for 10 shares and 26.75 for 10 shares. Oahu Sugar .held the previous figure of 14.12 1-2 for 285 shares, advancing r to 14.60 - for .: 85 shares,. McBryde opened steady at 3 for 200 Bhares and advanced to 3.50 for 140 shares. WRAY AND BRISSAC PLAN TO RETURN TO HONOLULU ; IN FALL Accordins to recent letters received In Honolulu" by friends of John Wray and Virginia Brlssac they expect to pay a visit to this city the latter part ot September or early in November, bringing with tbem a number of the bid favorites of the company and prob ably a few new faces; .Incidentally, preparatory to their next invasion of Hawaii nef they are patting on a new line of shows. Including many of the hewIlve stock offerings, x v' Among the, recent productions In which thia company has scored a big success are: - "Almai Where Do You Live," "Stop Thief." "Ready Money." Your. Neighbor's Wife." "Tke County Chairman; "The College Widow "The Deserters,"1 and "Puddin'head Wilson." Among the familiar names 'appearing in the cast In ilhe above mentioned productions are the Nugents, Elvelyn Hambly;- Barry Garrity . and James Dillon. not' to forget Mr. Wray ; and Miss Brlssac,. - , . '': .;:;': . ': THE STAtSEJH TURKEY CONSTANtlNOPLEIn. , prpof of the new- spirits now , stirring the Turkish-, people, the foreigners here Cite the sudden, interest taken in the stagey. Many, wellrknown plays, , in cluding.. "La V; Dame .aux . Camellas, have been, translated into Turkish for production. .Same of Moliere'a com edies and dramatizations of , Sher lock. Holme's stories are. also booked. f It aIs comparatively, few years ago that Constantinople had a few houses of amusement of the poorest class, of which the best was a degenerate cir cus. Now,, with . Mr. Antoine. the fa mous '.Parisian director in charge, of the Conservatoire of Constantinople, some fine productions may be expect ed. Native writers are also exercls ffig their hands at the dramas , NEW TODAY POUN DM ASTER'S NOTICE OF ES- - .-t- TRAYS. , Notice is hereby given, that the ani mal below have been impounded in the Government Pound at Ka.HhL.CUy and County of Honolulu and unless the pound fees and damages are soon er . satisfied -will be sold" at tne oate hereunder namel according to law. ; bate Impounded, July 22, 1914; de scription of animal, one brown horse; brand,, no brand; date of Intended sale, August 18, 1914. H 00 LA HA A KA LU N A PA AUPONI NO NA KOMOHEWA.. k'e hooiaha la aktt.: n4i, o na nolo holona 1 hoakaka ia malalo ua hoopaA ia'ma ka.Pa AuDunL o ke Aupum ma Kalihi, Kulanakashale ame Kalana o Honolulu a ina aole e Jiookaa ia mai na, koina .pa aupunl ame na poho ma- mua o ka la i oleloia malalo e kuai ia ana ma ka la i hoike la malalo 1 ku- j like me ke kanawaL . I : Ia i hoouaa ia al. Iulal .22- 1914 ; hoakaka o .kai.holoholona, hookah! Ho jhauliull; hao kuni, aole hao; la e kual MornMofb . ia ana, Augate s. isim. ( .. .. ANTONE JOSEPH, ' ! , - - . . . . Poundmastef . . , ' C919 It ' : WHITE LEGHORNS (Acclimated) CLUB STABLES .. LIMITED. Tet-noi CORRECT TEMPO FOR DANC ING if you use Victor Records. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle are responsible for; this quality on, many records. ; BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. LTD. BE COOL! BE COOL! Wear a PALM BEACH Suit at a cost of only $9.50. -: IDEAL CLOTHING CO.. LTD. Hotel SU Pantheon Bldg. i I, MRS. E. M. TAYLOR, Florist Hotel St, opp. Young Cafe PURE ICE CREAM RAWLEY'S Fort nr. Beretanla Phone 4225 Extra Latger Chiffoniers I Al LEY'S FURNITURE STORE ; Alakea "St, near King. ; Don't Mlsi This Chance ''Y' CROWN BICYCLES ONLY fcj. HONOLULU CYCLERY CO. 180 South King St For the Latest . Style" Hata . for Ladles and. Gentlemen M : Come and See Us. K. UYEDA V102S Nuuanu SL " "UNION F6RD stXND Phone 4770 UNION ST4 NEAR HOTEL : SPECIAL SALE .. ; t Glass Linen and Pongee Waist: .. . ; Patterns' i-"-.YEE CHAN A CO. Cor King and Bsthsi Sta. . MXHESNEY COFFEE CO. COFFE E a ROASTERS. .'.C ' Dealers In Old Kona Ceffsd MERCHANT?. IT. HONOI4JLTJ Hi HACKFELD & CO. ; Llmttsd.; -y . V i Sigar Factors, Impo'rters,' andi Commission Merchants. 1 ' HONOLULU." r F6R ick COLD DRINKS AND 1 JCE CREAM, TRY THE. t HAVAllAfi DRUG CQ I : : ": flotef and ; Bethel t?eets ' ' ; ' - - HIRE'S : ' : PINEAPPLE : DISTILLED WATER ' ; CO NSO Ll D ATE ti SOOX WAV WATER WORKS - CO; " LTD. .101 Fori St r Phoae 2171 - ISLAND:; ': ' C '; . ; MUTTON " ; . HIGH GRADE H Metropolitan ; Meat Market Phone 3445 " Grindstories Lcwcrs ;&-C6oke LtoVv v" -. WELCOME WORDS. : V, Muriel (after the fifth- soloJPro Bonetickler ean make a piano fairly talk, can't he? i-,M i -.. t -' Waverly t (suppressing a yawn V I wish he'd try to make it jay "Good Orchids ;'V:-';.;-;';:-;Va- MONDAY - ; Oceanic Lodge No. 371; atat- ed; 7:30 j. 6u -. .' TUESDAY: ' '; ':" :" . Honolulu, I-odge No, 409; Spe , eial. Second DegTee:,7:30pja. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY . FRIDAY 'Oceanic Lodge No. 371; Spe " clal. First Degree. 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY , SCHOFIELD LODGE , THURSDAY. , Work in Third Degree. . 4 SATURDAY. " All visiting members of the order are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MOD. T ERN ORDER OF PHOENIX. Will-meet; at their home, corner; Beretanla .and Fort streets, every Thursday evening at 7:37 o'clock. O. a LKITHEAD, Lader. J. W. LIiyD. SecieUry. HONOLULU LODGE; 615, B. P. O. E. . Honolulu . Lodge No, - -616, B. P, O. Elks, meets In their hall, on - - King "Bt, near Fort. .'every -Friday evening." Visiting Brothers :are cordially Invited" to attend.' --'. ' U ANDREWS, E.R. II. DUNSHEE, See. Wm..McKINLEY LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.' I. . Meets every 1st and 3d Tues day evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. . W. V. KOLB, U. U. ' ' L, B. REEVES, K. R 8. " BETHEL 8T. AUT6 STAN 6 Phone 4004 PONGEE SUITS .DRY-CLEANED FRENCH LAUNDRY Phone 1491 There the lest in ; . at AliLEIGH'S. HEYWOO0 SHOES WEAR And wear longer than you ex pect for S4.50 end $5. IIANUFACTURERS'ISHOE CO; - : Umltsd. : ;. : . ; LOOS FOB TII3 -W1HT3 wi:::3 T'OTJ - T7 K1 phone TAXI 4:-i s lor ery, ; .LlmltsJ: -' -THE itORE FOR COO! ' CLOTHES . :. eikdCuUdlng- Klnj Street . ECO Sseclmsns HAWAII SOUTH SEAS CURrO COj Young Building LliSCfOUS QUENCHING rjOHQLViU gQPAWATSA C Only : 2 gears In mesh In the : ... simple ' F'R I 8 B I E M OTOR- S jo 75 h.p.. Ironclad guarantee;. L HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co. : .; . MONUMENTS . : : ia rall kinds of : marble "wcri cleaned and repaired" by expert wbf imen at reasonable prlct x CaU f of Zimmerman- at ' . C ' AXT E LLS" : : Vr-y, 'Alaa Street - 8TAr..EriXETi5 CITn YLJ 6 I't Dasuetry 0 I U 1 a . f Mi , - I i - . night'Wudge.4 1 f -,