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: t 4 : -j - , 1 J t ' V.l t. I em fVTiltora who' hare not been rxamined must be la the Tern )le by seven-fifteen). FecWy Calendar MONDAY V TUESDAY Honolulu Lodge No. 409, Spe cial, Third Degree, 7:80 p. m. WEDNESDAY Hawaiian Lodge No, 21, 8pe . daL Third Degree, 7:30 p. m. THURSDAY Honolulu Commandery Na. 1. Special. Red Cross Degree, 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY , Lodge, Le Progrei No. 371. Special. Third Degrees 7:30 . p. m. ' . 8ATURDAY SCHOTIELD LODGE SATURDAY Special meeting Schoflald ' Lodge No. 442, P. A A. 1L, at f 0 .7:30 p. m Work la third de ' give. (WdFelloviflill : WEEKLY CALENDAR v :' v.; ju. jr MONDAY -. .v ::: " " Harmony" Lodge No. I, 7:30 p. i;.:nfc First nomlnati ,ot lec-i- tire offlcera. --V: ' ' r TUESDAY ';:,' Excelsior Lodge No.' 1, 7:80 r p. m." First : nomination 4 ox -elective ottcjm. jr--V- WEDNESDAY' ; L O. O. IV Memorial Commit ; teev 7:30.pxn;,? i- -?r THURSDAY Pacific Rebetan Lodge Nol. "7:20 p. m. First nomination ' . of electlre officers. 8: IS tee- - end evening of the vrhlst tour-. : nament - Priies snd'refreeh- - ments. All friends . axr cor i .dlally lnrlted. r HONOLULU LODGE NO, 1, MODERN .ORDER 1 OF PHOENIX v;ili meet "at their heme, corner of rcretaala and Fort streets, every Tiurilay, evealng. 1:Z9 o ciock, ;r - i V7 AsrTT.; Leader ---kJ; "RANK MURRAY,. Secretary' J whwfti mti L'onrrs eia. cl P. O. E.- v vi: ','r teeta la their hail V V . -Y. iDn King near V r-Sf ; rorv eTery Friday :;; v:v.-eTenln-;-Viaiung . fl-';bretherf are cor v dially lnTitea to a j - r . ;.. tend. jas.ii; HDDrS, e. n,v c '. U. .rUNSIIEE, Eec. .'rt'.-.l.t Uccpmc. me A V -1.7 i- ; ' Honolulu Cranch el the' 'v.r'-l j.V GERMAN AMERICAN ALLIANCE j t V.v ef the U. S. A. . ;x.. mr-.11- t- tr T T7T1 Rftttm txr cf eTery taont!:wt,?-i-U Hay 2S, Jcne 80. -t-.'.vvv';;'' w ... C. EOLTE, B6CT. u-timjjnruNP Hcncfulu Ledzs.:t:31 ; If 1 ' VerEamnlczren la ctP.; IlaU Jslea erstca aad drlttea Montag: 1 1 v Hat? ttad.21Ja 4 andXIi -i , i : . EMIL KLEIIME, Praea. tlYSTlC LCGE No,'2, K; cf P.I) ; ?i eeU la Pythlaa n!L. eerier Fart tzl ierstaila - street, eTery FrlSAY I eTC-lns at 7:S0 o'clock. . Visiting -trcthcra - cordially larlted." 1 - b A. B. ANGUS, P. C K. R anU ';, UEULtiJ:3;ft; 1 Instruction Hawaiian fnlnfc, Etc' ; Studio 51-52 Younj ' Xl2g y i :s Store-Woltera Bldg Union St ' SEE FOE FUEHITUEE vv ;Yoim5 Building' UESSENGER . AND O ; LAUNDRY .::P,-.' : :U'INEIL1IY PAEK nicirant Lots 1 0HA3. DE3KY, Agent I I:- Hcrclisiit, hear Port ? i .'.i'l'-v- D E V E LO PI N Q j ; fRINTlNQ ENLARGING Beat In the City . v - t ; H6nelulu Picture Framing A VYhtif hi town f '" ! ' i COUNTERS Gooda; by every tteafner.- H. f!AY & C Lti ML LEHE AT y.i C.A. Madame Amo Malmberg, the Finnish tiatriot and lecturer, will speak on The Women Movement In Finland,' under the auspice. of the Honolulu College Qub Friday- erenlnp at 8:15 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A "Finland and the Finns" Interested an audience last Friday so much that a movement was started at once to secure another lecture before Madame Malmberg returns to the mainland. Her ready wit. which was in evidence particularly when she was answering questions from the audience, especial ly charmed her. heaxera. "Finland was the first country In , Europe to recognize the political rights of women, said Madame Malmberg In answer to a question, .In this she followed the lead of Australia and cer tain, of your own states. Finland, however, was the first country In the world In which women immediately took advantage of the suffrage to elect a large number of, their own. sex to the national diet p We . are .ery. much amused now wfeen - we reap ' the old" argument against - woman suffrage; the - eame ergumente - being ' used wherever the fight is carried oa. , .We have heard all 'about "the neglected babies and the' broken homes. But the tables are still thriving, for after all It takes only about a half hour once in three yeara - to --vote. One. question that I am always asked Is,. Do -the women vote - like their husbanda? ' Well that depends. Sometimes the women tote like their husb&ada and sometime the men vote like their wives," she concluded. Ma dame Malmberg will, tell of all these thlnga. In . her . lecture . on - Friday. Tickets may be secured from members cf the. club and from the Y. W. C. A. Sweetheart Toilet Soap, faintly per fumed. - mild and soothing: v av Terr dainty but thoroughly cleansing soap for. the bath. - Only 5c a cake, or 65c n dozen. ; Henry May & Co, Ltd, Fort treetv-Adr, ? - '. . . t- tot RAILROAD MEN FAVOR 'IMPORTATION OF CHINESE (AtaodaUd Tru ly u. S. ITtval WtrtlwiJ !. ciiicaqo, iui May Z3."That there is a , great shortage of - labor: already throughout ithe , United Statear ; which wm be aggravated ; through t the m' icrlptlon-ot half a million young men for the new army, shortage that may easiest be met . through . the introduc tion of a temporary supply; of Chinese labor,. Is : the opinion expressed by a number of . the leading ' railroad men of the United States, following . con ference here yesterday, -: u .-. v f. "FISHKIBJNplNGV '. .BREJIENJ' Oenaahy. A' bookbinder nere is namg coansn sen aa a auosu- tute for leather- la. bookbindings VThe new' material is aalA to give excellent results, and it haa-many advantages over; ahark-akla,- which --has-freqaently a ' . -. . jmm oeen - nsea ror oeiuxe oinQings, .xne strength and durability .of the new ma terial have-been: tested -nd ' approved by. the Imperial Testing Office, It is easy to work, JiteraUy nnterablerand has the beautiful, markings, of m anake- skin; r , v Thelong.endlng' .Minnesota' blue aky law,' which haa -been befdretheIeg lftlature for alx 'yeaxi 'off and on, haa been passed. ; 7 ' ;.-' , i WHY RHEUMATISM COMES : ifiTL?, nni n -iifcaxuro :& t 4i 1 n vulu nut 1 ntn ,4.(By. Valentine Mctt Pierce,, M. A close connection, exists -oeiween these two cold , weather and , rheuma- Usni. 7 ProL Alex. Haig ot London haa the moat toUowera .ia the medical pro fession yx the beuef, that the presence In Xhe system of uric acldcr ita'aalts la excess, is the real cause, of rheumar tisnu Every one caa.recognlxed the difference to, Jthe appearanceiOf ; their water aa soon a it ceta .cold:, there u often a copious sediment (ot. brick- dust" ?:i5"Tk.ts;:?;.?:i-i . Several causes mar lead up to an. ac cumulation of arte add in the syatem. which, la-turn,: cause . rheumatism .or rout or creaky joins,: swollen ilngera, or painful Joints. For one reason the akin 'does not throw off the-uric odd, by'Drce-aweelnx. as la -the hot weather.. and the .tlineys ere unable to take' care of the double burden. An other reason ' la , that people : do not drink 'us much water la cold weather aa la aummer, .which, helps ao flush the kidaeya - Again, they rest more meat la cold weather, and some peo ple are so Susceptible that they soon develop rheumatism after eating meat At . an such , times: persons should drink conionalr or not water, say, a pint morning and .night.' .and take Anurlc (double strength) three or tour times v c. ; This Anurie, comes in tablet form and can be had At almost any drug stored It dissolves the uric acid tn the'syatemand carries it out ward.'; I would advise everyone to take Anurlc occasionally, and continue for three-or four weeks, and In that way avoid rheumatism gout and many, of the painful disorders due to uric acid in"' the system,--C; Make, yourself- healthy .and - strong by; open-sir. exercise and diet : v'Then cleanao the llTtr. by- occasionally, eti culatlng its -action with : .pleasant laxative ccmposed of .the ;Maypt-le, dried juice cf aloe,. and xoot .of 'Jalap, sugar-coated and long sold by all drug gists as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet mi. Lc4 t t SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP AT IliRY MAY'S ADDlTIOrJAL TELEGRAPH KEUS BRAZILIAN STEAMER VICTIM OF SUBMARINES PARIS, France, May 23. The Bra zilian steamer TUuca, bouna rrom Havre for Rio Janeiro, was sunk by. a German subarlne Monday night May 2L according to information receiver here last night A part oc the crew was saved. How many were lost is not Tat known. The TUuca was or 1549 tons register and was commanded by Capt. Reis. e . JAPAN CITY DEVASTATED BY FIRE; FOURTEEN DIE ffi?eiAl CaM to HwU ffhlaj) TOKIO. Japan. May 23. Yonezawa, city of Northern Japan, was the scene of a disastrous fire yesterday. In which a large part of the city was destroyed and 14 persona burned to death. The price of rice throughout Japan is rising, due to the reports of the unfavorable condition of the wheat fields and the certainty of a wheat shortage. The admiralty reports that Japan ese destroyers are now in the Medlter ranean, engaged in guarding the traf flee lines against submarines. WILSON ASKED TO PUT STOP TO LYNCHINGS BOSTON, Mass., May 23. The Na tional Equal Rights League last night sent a telegram to President . Wilson protesting against the burning at the stake yesterday by a Tennessee mob of a negro accused of having killed a white girl. The league said in Its telegram that t was reported that the mob was in tending to lynch two more negroes, and aaked the - President to take action immediately to put a stop to the crime. transportVacilities COUNTRY'S GREAT NEED t AModmted Pmi bv U. S. VftTml WlnlMS.) WASHINGTON. D. Q May 23. In crease in transportation , facilities is the. greatest jneed which this country now faces, according to the opinion expressed here yesterday by high of ficials of : the national government Lack of transportation, in the view of the department of agriculture, is chief ly responsible for the high prices now prevailing tor some necessary com modities. The present high prices of fruits and vegetables, the department of agricul ture declares, cannot be' defended on the ground of a shortage of such prod ucts, for there is no shortage, except ln-the case of old potatoes and of strawberries. . Shipment last week of onions, to matoe,v celery and cabbage, the de partment? announces, were at r least equal . to the shipments of the ; same products this, time a .year ago. while shipments of : new potatoes . and . to matoes were double those of a year ago and shipments of lettuce " seven times' ss-hea;;.: u-: v ,;--v- . Butter ' holdings, . according to the Statement-issued by the department of agriculture, nave Increased by 62 per cent- over those- ofjt year ago r PRESIDENTiTHINKS THERE IS NEED OF CENSORSHIP tWASHlNGTON, p. May 23 That there are some newspaper edi tors and proprietors who are not to be trusted to. place 'the Interests of the .1 T www.v uw nation ahead of .their own personal In terests is the -conclusion of the Presi dent based on what has ; already tak en place: since -the official.' requests .of the war.: navy and state departments 10 the : newspapers "or the nation - tor the suppression of certain' news items were aent out ; Because , of the dis loyalty ot the few, therefore, the Pres ident is ; forced, to the conclusion that a 'legalized: press censorship 1 neces sary In" the national interests. v . These facts are stated by the Pres ident in a letter written yesterday to Representative Webb, the communi cation being drawn from the President by the decision of the house; Republi cans : in' caucus yesterday to : oppose any'fornv, of press censorship; being included In the espionage 1 bill. The President write that it is imperative Uhat.the administration be given the power to deal with Those few newspa- observe- a patriotic reticence . about anything tb publication of ."which CQUia oe 01 injury u ue cause ox ue nation.-'. -': r' V"'-' - a oi7 condition andtolrchin it9a original ccllcato pcrfcnCe est nest ctaiy frict- tJTOiFato ; MVyy Peroxide j WmSm -fisanantiseptic . 3Hcpnditlon' H S Kt FL GEORGIANS SUBSCRIBE TO CARE FOR FIRE VICTIMS (AmcUtod Prws tyTT.a VarU WtxIf 1 ) ATLANTA. Ga, May 23 With the ruins of 1S63 buildings still smolder ing and glowing from the heat of the great ore that on Monday swept i through the finest residence part of the city, Atlanta has already made preparations to begin the work of re building. It is figured that rebuilding will be started within a week. Yesterday a relief fund of 850,000 was subscribed to take care of the great numbers of poor who were ren dered homeless by the conflagration. NEGRO PROVES INNOCENCE, LIBERATED BY LYNCHERS (AsiodkUd Ptmi by U. S. VtrtX Wlrmlew.) MEMPHIS, Tenn, May 23. One of the negroes implicated by Eli Persons in his confession of murder, made just before he was burned at the stake by a mob, who had been caught and held by the lynchers until his alleged ac complice could also be located, was released last night, having been able to produce evidence of his Innocence. The chase after the second negro has been abandoned, his innocence also having been established. The fact of the burning at the stake so close to this city has aroused a feeling of resentment against the lynchers, who are believed to have besmirched the good name of the state by their lawlessness. A grand jury Investigation of the circumstances surrounding the lynching and of the actions cf those leading the mob has been ordered by the attorney general. LIBERTY BONDS OF SMALL DENOMINATION, IS PLAN (AuoeUtod VnU by V. S. Naril Wireless.) NEW YORK, N. Y., May 23. Every body is to be given an opportunity to participate In the "Liberty. Loan" by which the national government is at tempting to raise seven billion dollars to finance the nation for Its war with Germany. The bond committee of the' federal reserve bank, according to an nouncement here yesterday, la perfect ing plans for the issuance of certifi cates for . such small amounts that practically every person in the United States will be enabled to become a creditor of the United States. The 'plans now being worked out call for the issuance of participation certificates of the denomination of 310. This, it is belleved,vwlll enable every body to purchase them. It is in line with the plan adopted by the British government which has resulted in making practically the entire popula tion of .Great Britain contributors to the war funds of the empire. YDid you really call this gentleman an old fool last night?" said the judge severely. The prisoner tried hard to coll Jet his thoughts. The more I look at him the more likely It seems that I did," he replied. DoctorSays Nuxated rbii Will increase People la sttiy Itstasett Ptrstss bsvt affrt4 Wi siMy-tor years KtoriM fr MVtM weaJuits. etomtefc.fJlver r klaaey dltemie w ee tSer ailaeat wkes tkeir real treabta was lack ef Iraa Is tie kloed.Hew. to tell." , new York.' If. Tjla a recent discourse Dr. .'Is-v .IS spec?1 " itudled widely both la this county and Europe, said j . If you were to make as actual blood teat on eu people who are 111 jon would prob ably be creatlr astonished at tbe exceedingly larte number who lack iron and woo are in for no- other reaaoa tkan; the lack of iron. - The moment iron u ' supplied all, their multitude of "dangereus eynptome-dUappenr. without Iron the blood at once loaea the power to chance food Into Urine tissue and therefore nothing jxm cat does yon any good; you don't get the strength out of It. Tour food merely puoes -through you system Ilk com through a ailll ' with the -rollers so wide apart that the mill can't grind.- a a result of this continuous blood and. nerre eUrralion, people beeume generally -weakened, nerrous and all ran. . down and. frequently develop all sorts cfi' conditions, j On is too thin; another is burdened -with unhealthy fat; son-) are so weak they can hardly walk; noma think they bare dyspepsia,-kidney or liver trouble; some cent sleep at .night, others are sleepy t and tired all day; some fussy and Irritable; some skinny and bloodless, but all lack physical power and endurance. In such cases, it ia worse than foolishness to take stimulating medicines -or' narcotic drugs, which only 'whip Up yonr fagging vital powers for the moment, maybe at the expense of your life later on. Mo matter what any one tells you, if you are not strong and well you owe it to yourself to make tbe following test. See bow king you can work ; or now far you can walk without becoming tired. Next take . two Are-grain tablsta of ' ordinary nuxated Iron three times per 'day-after meals for two weeks. Then FOR SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES BETTER f.lEANS TO FATTEN CATTLE FBt AModated rnul SACRAMENTO. Cal. Revolutionary changes In the method of preparing cattle for market must commence in the near future in California, accord ing to Professor Gordon H. True of the state university farm at Davis Cattle must be fattened on cultivated crops in the vaiisys. for ranches are stocked to the limit now and Callfor nlans must come to more Intelligent and careful raising of beef stock, sayj Professor True, who recently returned from a tour ?f the principal cattle countries of th5 state, getting data for the state council of defense. It was Professor True vho took two steer3 from the University farm back to Chi cago last fall and won the grand cham plonship and ta reserved grand cham pionship at the Chicago Internatioal livestock show. "California has gone through a hard winter the professor recently told a meeting of Pacific coast Hereford breeders. "Rangers and ranches are stocked up to the limit and in many places beyond the limit Western ranches generally have about reached their maximum rumber of cattle and yet we are told we must produce more beef for the exigencies occasioned by the war. Kow then, is this to be ac complished? There is only one answer. We have got to take steers off the range and replace them with breeding cows. We must not keep two or three year olds ou the range but the people In the valleys must raise feed to fatten them. That mears a better grade of steers and the coming of a time when our farmers will engage In steer feed ing. "When this system of breeding and raising beef, new to the coast becomes a reality,, then, the farmers will look out more and more for the bette" gradea ot steers, for they want the animal which matures quickly a flno quality of beet, and not the Irregular scrubs such as those which come over the border from Mexico." Resolutions were adopted by the Hereford breeders and telegraphed jto Secretary of th3 Tnterior Lane, asking him to throw open to range cattle the national park reserves in California, such as the Yosemlte, Sequoia and Mt Lassen national parks, in which it Is claimed there la a large amount of feed going to waste. Representatives from California, Nevada. New Mexico and Oregon made up the Hereford breeders taking this action. '' The number of hairs is greater in the blond haired than among the black haired or brown haired, for ex amples, 147 -black hairs, 162 brown hairs and HZ blond hairs a square inch. . ... v MUST BE FOUND trengtn or Uelicate 200 in Ten Days test your strength again and see for yourself how much you hare gained. I have seen dozens of nerrous run down people who were ailing 'all the time double, and even triple their strength and endurance - and en tirely get rid- of -their symptoms ' of . dys pepsia, liver and other troubles in from ten to' fourteen days' time simply by taking Iron tn' the proper form, and this, after they had in "some cases been, doctoring for- months without obtaining any benefit. Ton can talk as you pfease about all the wonders wrought Dy new remedies, but when you come down to bard facte' there is nothing like good old Iron to put color in your.: cheeks and good sound, healthy flesh on your bones. It is also n great nerve-- and stomach strengthening and the best blood builder in the world. The only trouble was that the old forms of in organic iron Ilk tincture of Iron, iron ace tate, etc., often ruined people's teeth, upset their stomachs and were not assimilated and for - these reasons -.they frequently did more harm than good. But with the discovery of the newer rorms or organic iron au this has been overcome.. Nuxated Iron for example, is pleasant to take, does not injure the teeth and is almost lmmeouateiy penenciai. NOTZ-Th manufacturers of Nuxated Iron bare such unbounded confidence in its potency that they authorize the announcement that they wiU forfeit $100.00 to any Charitable In stitution IX they4 cannot take any man or woman under sixty who lacks iron- and in crease their strength 209 per cent or over in four weeks' time, provided they 'hare no serious organic trouble. Also they will re fund "your money in any case In' which Nuxated Iron does not at least double your stiengih in ten days' -time. It is dispensed in this ' city by HolHster Drug Co., Benson, Smith ft Co., Chambers Drug Co. and an other drusglats.. Has a most pleasing effect on delicate skin, besides 'making it healthy and dean. Individual Summer Styles la HATS at Mtsa Power's MUllntry Parlors. Beaton Bid 9. POULTRY PBODUOB 4 MEATS TerTitoria! Marketing Div'ru Maunakea near ' ueen Phone 1840 YEE CHAN & CO. King and Bethel Sts. ORIENTAL SILKS Fresh Pasteurized MILK, CREAM and Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. Phone 1542-4676 BANISTER Shoes for business men Manufacturers' Shoe Store 1051 Fort St. Quality Clothes at WAR SAVING Prices. THE HUB : Hotel, Ewa of Fort Latest In women's, footwear ARDMORE Silver gray with 8-Inch top Regal Shoe 8tore, Hotel oV Fort VICTROLAS and Records , Berflstrom Music Co Ltd. ' 1020 Fort. . Phone 2321 Reduce Ultimate Costs by Using ALUS-CHALMERS MACHINERY Honolulu Iron Works Company For War-Tlme Gardening TOOLS rall klnda -LEWERS V COOKE, LTD. - 169-177 Sd. Klng .8t. i . 'V'V-. -;:' 'J.- '" "i Thor Electric VACUUM . Cleaners. Th4 Hawafian Electric" Co, Ltd;' : . H adler. r1; r Clothes finish first In any event. THE CLARiON: Hotel and ,Fort - Get War Time Photos with ; ' AUTOGRAPHIC . ' iak - :''-:r.H'.-''-HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY 0, . ,1C;9 Fort SL Edison Dick Machines' PATTEN'Sr $85 and $93 ' Hotel St MADJSIEA ' EMBEOLDERY INITIALS A SPECIALTY MBS. J. P. MELUrl -With Johnson & Olson Wolters Bldg. LEE CHU LUMBER CO. 33 No. King St. Phone 3813 P. O. Box 387 Dater Self -inking, all metal, sol idly built; will , work smoothly and without friction for years. Every paper should bear a date. A CADO on a 'clerk's desk will save you hours now wasted. Price, $1.25 HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LIMITED. Young Hotel Building MIMEOGRAPH LUMBER Ntw sti aju eonertu stnxs J11- SI0 rooms, sso eennaci tng hathrooma. Hoaallkt coa rort rather than unnecessarily exnenalvsk iBmrr r. . theatre, cafe and retail districts. w tr awes - aTansrarrinx f I c7r city. Take municipal car line direct tn rirtA'F rM. t w- ww tuum zaeets tralnn .HWUIWI, tiirsssi "Trvwmt7 a n n JcTT & Uvsv Honhtltt PlrvnmLuZTT I WSiiMMMMSSSSnsSSBMSl TMC VALLEY tSLAKD" Don't fail to visit "The Valley Island" and see magnificent HALKaSAH. tbe largest extisrt voieano in ths world and the LAO VAIXXT and Its famous "Needle." UNCXCCLLCO TUNA PltHINt 6000 AUTO ROAOS Writs er wire tot reservations. The New Grand Hotel WAJX.UXTJ. KIEL t Tbe snly first class hotel ta Wanaka. rrivats bats with very . roes. J 5 PLEASANT0N HOTEL i LUXURIOUS AND . COMFORTABLK-; -- STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS . Summer Rates on Application ALIIOLANI Suburban Iiotel. l32tr Walalae Road, Kaimuki, Honolulu. On th :. :- 'Ctr Un " Clean. Wholesome) anTrotmdfnrd?1- COOl and ComfortS-felA' ronms hnma- stmosphere. . Rates reasonable. Phone UM. WILL C KINO. Ifsrr. 11 it A Luxurious Home Hotel " 1428 Maklkl 8L Phone 8875 See our latest StJMMETt TTAT.t tt a, a X 'arrived.-' -1 J . 3 . WONDER MILLINERY CO, LTD. - OlTiNuusntt near; King- r Hard and Son Weaves--. Engllah Blue Serge," best fof : Z mmmAR W.W.AHANA Co.; King nrv Beth ! :;r.UPhon 3445 For qualify meau and delicatessen METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET U Get all the light -yon are paying for by tising Edison Mazda Lamps. ' -3 !'- --' ELECTEIO SHOP: i A Sport Coats i f : It: Mandarin Coats ; -"Stocking; Etc S. 02AKI , -109-115 ,No:Klng d i The Independent -Review 7Ti'. Published Monthlv. Leading 'EnglishJaDanese ouuBW jpuuu Dr Tear - , THE sUafJIiUU! LADIES IK r n Tin ATA . . l w. v-- "... 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