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HONOLULU SIAil-li ULLETIN THURSDAY, NO VEMElSIi ly 1D17.
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Island Headquarters in Gan Francisco
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Rates from Q1.SO a day
'SLACKER' STIRS
' -r. , PHONE 4-9-8-1 V ; , J. J, BELSER, Hanger. .
SERVICE FIRST - ' ' V . r'' :v; STOR AGE v " -; ; . 65 TO 71 SOUTH QU
-N Wew Stctl tnd Concrete Structure 350 Roomt 250 Cowwctlng Bathroom
Most Famous (Breakfast 60c; Sundays 73c I On Ckary St a few steps from Union Sq.
Meals In the Lunch 60c . I Take Municipal Car Ime direct to the door,
tjrited States J Dinner $1;. Sundays $1.25 I Motor Bus meets all the principal steamers.
A. I MA.
C.l tmt "TWtT" A. B. C, COOC. J. M. IOVC, MONOIULW RCIcacNTTIVC :
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STEWART
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Go to the
for cooling: sodas and soft
drinks.
Consult Dr. Mundcrff
AMERICAN OPTICAL CO.
1148 Fort St., Blaisdell Bldg.
MILLINERY
MR" BLATT
formerly MacGreg"
now at
" 1122 Union St.
Btatt
FALLSTYLES
A large assortment of Ladies' Hats and
Trimmings 'v
WONDER MILLINERY CO., LTD.
1017 Nuuanu, near King
ARMY and NAVY
UNIFORMS
for officers and enlisted men.
W. W. AH A N A & CO.
King St., near Bethel
Home-made, appetizing
SPECIALS
every week at
Metropolitan Meat Market
New, clean, white, sanitary
Phone 3445
VEST POCKET
KODAKS
$6 upVard.
HONOLULU PHQTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St.
Natty, stylfsh, well-wearing Ac'Ier-
COLLEGIAN
Clothes for men.
THE CLARION -Hotel & Fort
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN i
NEWSPAPERS
Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or
Write
THE DAICE ADVERTISING AGENCY
24 Sansome Street San Francisco
ISLAND CURIO COMPANY
Hawaiian Curios, Stamps, Coins,
and Post ' Cards. The . most com
plete and attractive Curio Store.
170 Hotel Street Honolulu
FEDERAL
EL CEE
Liquid Roofing Cement
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
169-177 So. King St.
Protective Agency of Hawaii
PATROLS
Day. and Night
Phone 1411, 5-6 Elite Bldg.
WM.'E. MILES, Mgr.
LORD-YOUNG
. Engineering Co., Ltd. .-
Engineers and Contractors
Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 2510 and 4587
C. H, TRULLINGER
Optician
Successor to A. N. Sanf ord
Boston Block, Fort St.
REGAL
Liquid White Fleece Cleaner 25c.
REGAL SHOE STORZ
Fort & Hotel Sts.
MESSENGER
AND S
LAUNDRY gs.
' HaU for Fall "
ADORABLE
v new' designs moderate; prices.
M I SS POWER Boston Bldg.
POULTRY PRODUCE
j' :, MEATS
; Territorial Marketing DiVn.
Maunakta near Queen Plrone '1840
Get more light
WESTINGHOUSE
Mazfa Lamps save money.
'The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Kyee
CHAN & CO.
! King and Bethel Sts.
j ORIENTAL0 SILKS
Fresh Pasteurized
MILK, CREAM
and Ice Cream ,
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Phone 1542 4676
LADIES'
White Shoes at low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' S-IOE STORE
1051 Fort St.
The perfect rof coating
GRAPHILATUM
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
: . Agents.
STEINWAY
HALL
o
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. L
4cs
CHUN HOON f
Kekaulike, nr. Queen Ph cne 3992?
HANAN'S BEST SHOES
M'INERN Y SHOE STORE
; Fort, above King St
Sport Coats
Mandarin Coats
Stockings, Etc.
S. OZAKI
,109-11: No. King SL
Largest stock of
PIANOS
in th Territory.
EERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
1020 Fort St- Phone 2321
In temporary store
King St., opp, Union Grill
The Independent Review
Published Monthly
Leading English-Japanese Magazine
Subscription Rate 51.00 per year
P. O. Box 474 3C Camnoell Block
. Merchant Street, Honolulu - :
How to Equip a
Company of ; '
This is all told plainly in the
"A" "B" 'G"
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Equipment
v . -byr ' A? v
Lieut. Raymond C. Ealrd, ;
25th Infantry, U. S. A. :
Written primarily for the .vblun '
teer officer; lt may be of service .
to the regular officer as VelL .
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin
, W .125 Merchant oL.
Valencia
Or an
SULK
HI U IB iilH I LI II mi
Infantry
Patriotic efforts in any line of en
deavor are strong drawing cards with
the public today, especially the pleasure-seeking
portion of the public. ; la
song, story or motion picture a pa
triotic; effusion "brings home the ba
con " Good evidence may be had at
the Hawaii theater where 'The Slack
er", Is the feature film and none needs
bo told that "The Slacker" is a pa
triotic motion, picture. It is one Of
those martial offerings that leads its
audiences to wonder.' how there can
be any "slackers" in the world. ;
"The Slacker" is . a ' strong sermon,
ably told by its author and ably pro
duced by Metro, also ably acted by
Emily Stevens and an efficient cast.
It is an American offering from end
to end. It might have been produced
by George M. Cohan, but it was not.
The theme ia American, the charac
ters American and the leading lady
an American. The audiences at -tne
Hawaii are cosmopolitan.
It fs'ntitv nn rarft occasions that the
management of the Hawaii feels able I
to run a feiitiire through an entire
week Charlio . Chaplin's excepted
hut "The Slacker" will stand a solid
week and might prove a good "re
peater." As a lesson to every man,
.woman and child in Hawaii it would
easily bear rcpetitio'a and as a box
office attraction there should be no
question of its success on a reappear
ance. . .
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iUOU OFFERING
A real Cohanesque melodramatic
farce is on the boards at the Bijou
the remainder of the week, opening
tonight with Monte Carter In the star
role. While "Izzy" and company have
been glutting the public with feasts of
humor the past month and a lialf, they
are going to turn their histrionic ef
forts to a new line of performance, in
which pathos will intermingle with the
usual riot of wholesome comedy.
Tonight's show goes under the nom
de plume of "Izzy and the JockeVVIt
savors of the Sheep shead Bay tracks
and many lines tnat win revive oia
memories of the followers of the turf
will be interpolated. The plot deals
with a square jockey, who is ruled off
the track by the crooked ring on a
charge of crookedness. Accompanied
by. his valet, he seek3 refuge at a sum
mer resort, where a culture savant s
expected, and arriving .at the oppor
tune moment, the jockey and, Izzy
bring with them a. case of mistaken
identity" and are accepted as the noble
guest and his valet. "From then- pri
the scenes become a riot of laughter,
with gay mus ie, tuneful songs and en
trancing dances providing a delightful
whirl of merriment.
Ethel Davis is booked for a new and
nifty song with chorus effects, in
which she will be assisted by Lou Da
Buttrick also has a new song program,
cing steps and the same will be bur
lesqued by his honor, "Izzy." Mlssi
IJuttrick also as a new song program,
which is bound to score well.- Need
less to say, the chicks will be as. en
tertaining as ever in their new en
semble chorus appearances. - ;
LIBERIES
Again nter a member of he Pick
ford family at the Liberty-' Theater,
this tlmo it being Jack, the talented!
brother of the talented 'Mary, up- i
ported by Louise Huff, Hobart Bos-j
worth and a Lasky stellar cast, In
"Freckles." These two' young stars
are amongst the most popular visiting
the. Liberty Theater,, while Bos worth
is one of the best character actors' In
fiimdom." . ,
"Freckles" is a story that misses the
"sob'V class by a very narrotv margin.
It is brimful of tense scenes and calls
for the frequent brushing away of a
tear. It is happily relieved from sad
ness by the brilliant flashes which
follow closely on the heels of each.
Annendicitif5 is primarily due .to. the
oisons foi mca uy decaying rooa in tne
owela. It is a disease caused by lm-
nroDer -and insufficient bowel elimlna-1
Hon. Many' people have only a small
passage in ihe center of the "bowels
while the sides are clogged -with old,
stale, fermenting matter. .They may
have a bowel movement every day but
it Is not a complete movement and the
old stals matter stays in th,p system to
ferment and cause trouble. Besides ap
pendicitis such unclean .bowels cause,
headacne!, stomach trouble and 90 per
cent of all other sickness. The old foul
matter sticking to the sides of the
bowel's often stays in for months, pois
oning the b-jdy and causing that, list
less, tired feeling known as "auto in
toxication." . HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE '
The way to avoid sickness and , to
keep feeling full of ambition, -is to
watch your bowels. Just as you keep
the outside of yonr body clean, you
should also KEEP : THE INSIDE
CLEAN. It is even more important to
keep the bowels clean than it is to keep
your body -washed.-because the millions
of, pores in the thirty feet of bowels
quickly : absorb poisons generated by
decaying food left carelessly in. the
bowels. Don't allow the old, ferment
ing, filthy stuff to stay in yotir, bowels
for weeks, but GET IT OUT and keep
it ; out. - Remenrtber, filthy bowels are
the cause of -most sickness no stom
ach, liver or any other organ can. do
JACK PICKFORD
Sjl
An echo of the fate of the lost
schooner Alice T .Alger came to Ho
nolulu this week and a mother's anx
ious query as to the fate of her miss
ing boy is to be answered.
Nearly a year ago Mrs. R. Danzis,
the mother, wrote to the Star-Bulletin
from her home, 163 Washington ave
nue. New York city, inquiring as to the
whereabouts of her son Max, a sailor,
supposedly somewhere on the Pacific.
The Star-Bulletin at that time could
inform her only that lie was believed
to be aboard a vessel which had sailed
from this ;Port.
The mother later fell ill, and it was
not until a few days ago that she
wrote again, asking this paper for in
formation. In the latest letter she
enclosed a. small photograph itaken on
board a vessel, her son with several
others appearing in the picture.
scene of sadness. Jack Pickford 'ap
pears in the name part as a one-armed
waif in an orphanage who, tiring of
the taunts of the other youngsters,
runs away and becomes the protege of
a rough lumberman (Bos worth). Here
he finds himself and here he meets
"The Angel"- (Louise Huff) and also
romance. ,
The lumberman places great confi
dence in "Freckles' and it is not mis
placed, as the boy shows his loyalty
at a time when it is most needed by
his employer and guardian. Also he
saves the life of "The Angel" almost at
the cost of his own. Last and best, he
inherits a fortune and wins the hand of
"The Angel" at the same time.
I PASSENGERS EXPECTED
Passengers Expected The follow
Ing passengers are booked to .sail by
the S. S. Matsonia leaving San Fran
cisco November 1, 1917: F. A. Huling,
W. S. Stedman, J. E. Foster, C. Olsen,
A. I. Silva, Mr. and Mrs. Fessenden,
Miss W Foster, Mrs, C. C. Schell, Mr.
and Mrs; E. H. Kilsby, Miss Helen
Karfcu, Mrs. Alice Murray, Mrs'.
Choate and children, Herbert Cuth
bert, H. Burkhaus, Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Bernard, Mrs. H. C; Berggren, T.
M. Goodall, Hue M. Liiquiens, Mr. and"
Mrs. W. H. Horamer, Mrs. J. B.
Thompson, Miss Pearl Hewitt, Miss
Martha Chickering, Miss A. M.'' Eng
land, Mrs. A. H. Mix, Mrs. Charles
Kilby, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Guilfoil, A.
G. Budge, Miss Belle" McRoberts,
Francis Gay, H. Von Holt, . Mrs. Su
sanna Armour ! Miss M. Butt, Mrs. F.
E. Ferris", Mr. and Mrs. John Wait,
Mrs. W. T. Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Scow
croft, C. R. Smeade,,Annes Mott-Smiiri,
Frank Wai tfield, M rs. J. . ndrade, M.
Klentner, " M iss Sclimeik; ; '-lip' aud
3rsV AT F, Bishop, Mraad Mrs'. E. I).
Tenney, James Fenwick, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. McCandlcss, Miss Popple
ton, Mrs. F. A. Huling, Airs. "vV". S.
btedman, T. B. Lyons, W. Branduge,
R. C. O'Connor, Mrs. Alden, Nr. and
Mrs. W. L. Porter, R. A. Schell, Mrs?.
J. S. Warren Mrs. Helen M. Ray mono,
Mrs. G. L. Bergman, Mrs. J. A. Gil
man, F. V. Owen, A. H. Ford, K.
Berggren, F. R. Zelliff, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Kopstad, Mrs. Emma C. Luquiens,
Miss Violet Searby, Mr, and Airs.
August Haneberg, Miss Sadie H(i;h
cock, Mrs. R. A. McWayne, Mr. anJ
Jlrs. J. Fernandez, Master Morgan M.
Kilby, Miss Marie Boklund, A. Lewis,
Jr., Senator and Mrs. W. C. Pitt, Mrs.
Ida Skinner, Mrs. H. Von Holt, Miss
Dora Hook, Miss M. BrOwn, Mrs. E. J.
Kelly. Miss E. Werthmuller, Mr. and
Mrs. Bockus, Mr. and ilrs. Scowcroft,
Dr. P. J. M.ermod, F. RWerthmueller,
W. P. Morgan, J. Andrad. Judge and
Mrs. J. L. Coke, Frank Harlocker, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Bergsman and children,
Mr. and Mrs "George Sherman, Walter
Coombs, H. S. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon C. Hunt, Mrs. H. Focke, Fred
erick L. Jullerat, ,W. Frear, Mrs. S.
W. Barnes, Dr. C. B. Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Bates S. M. Stock, Miss M,
J. Walker, T. Imai.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI
take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIISIn
(Tablets). Druggists refund money' if
it fails to cure. The signature of
E. W. GROVE is on each box. Man
ufactured by the PARIS MEDICINE
CO., St. Louis. U. S. A. . !
out gases and poisons. Even if your
boweis move slightly each day, tlj:.t 's
not enough. There must be an occa
sional THOROUGH, complete cleans
ing to rid your system of all accumu
lated, decaying matter.
IIOW TO CI.EV BOWELS QUICK
The MOST COMPLETE bowel cleans
er known is. a mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine and ten other ingredi
ents, put up'in ready .prepared form
under the trade name pf Adler-i-ka.
This mixture is so powerful a bowel
cleanser that it'ALWAYS does its work
properly and thoroughly. -It removes
foul and poisonous matter which -other
cathartic or laxative mixtures are Un
able to dislodge. It does a COMPLETE
job and, it works QUICKLY jand with
out the least discomfort or, trouble. It
;is so gentle that one.. forgets he has
taken it until the THOROUGH evacu
ation starts. It is astonishing the great
amount of foul, poisocous matter a
SINGLE SIPOONFUL of Adler-i-ka
draws from the alimentary canal
matter you would' never have thought
was Jn your system. Try it right after
a natural bowel movement and notice
how-V much MORE foul matter will be
brought out which was poisoning your
system. In-slight disorders sucii as oc
casiojial constipation sour V stomach,
'gas.on the stomach'-, or sick' ttoadache,
one "f--poonful brings relief -.almost IN
STANTLY.' Adler-i-ka is , the MOST
THOROUGH bowel ' cleanser and antl
septlclxer ever offered in ready prepared
form, it Is & constant surprise to people
The Star-Bulletin recognized as one
of the group W. E. Pietsch, the local
evangelist and head of 'i the Palolo
.home. Reference to Mr. Pietsch es
tablished the fact that the photo was
, taken on the schooner Alice-T. Alger,
; which left Honolulu in December for
' Japan, and is believed to have been
lost, with all on board. Pietsch was
friendly with ; the crew and visited
them just before the schooner sailed.
"The schooner is undoubtedly lost,"
he said,; "and I have informed - the
parents of another of the sailors that
their son is believed to have perished.
As a matter of fact, in the condition
the schooner Alger, was in she should
j never have been allowed to sail from
ucnoiuiu.' ; . '::,v, '
! Pietsch will communicate' with the
anxious mother and give her the sad
message.
RAISE!
If the Atlantic scale is 'adopted In
the Pacific following the removal by
the! government of the steamers Maui,
Matsonia and Wilhelmina next month
and early in December, freight rates
will be doubled and, on some commodi
ties,' more than doubled, and there will
be a very marked increase in prices of
all groceries and provisions, declares
the manager, of a large local retail and
wholesale grocery concern. V :
The manager; in question has gone
thoroughly into the freight and other
problems which will necessarily . arise
with the removal of the big Matson
steamers, and his findings are clearly
outlined in a statement given the Star
Bulletin today.- He says: ' .
"Because no cargo arrived in Hono
lulu from San Francisco -last w eek a
great;inany; items in the grocery and
provision line were entirely -off the
local markeL : 1 . -
"This is an Indication of what may
be ; expected with the withdrawal of
the ; steamships Maui, Matsonia and
Wilhelmina:-during November: and
early December. . ; According' to Asso
ciated Press despatches these, vessels
will be substituted by the steamships
President and; Governor, which have
been , in the Seattle-San - Francisco
service. . . , ..
'These steamers were built : prima
rily for passenger service and not as
large cargo carriers. Probably the
combined tonnage will amount . to
about 4000 tons. This is a slim com
parison againt the Matson tonnage,
for the three vessels average: about
18,000 tons.
"The federal shipping board no
doubt intends to put on other vessels
to replace the lost tonnage, but as yet
no announcements have been made.
'There is bound to be a lack of cold
storage space to take care of the' ship
ments of perishable goods. We cap
foresee this ; -very plainly,
Freight rates between . San ; Fran
cisco and Honolulu will double and, on
certain items, more than double 'the
present rates .providing the' Atlantic
scale of rates is adopted in the Pacific
service. . '. .;.
'. "This charge . wfTl cause a very
marked increase in all groceries and
provisions and more particularly in
the heavy staples, such as milk, flour,
potatoes and onions."
RIGHT TO SERVE U. S.
VALUED AT $14,500
SYRAfiTTSE. N Y. A man' rhanw
of serving his country on the : battle
field is worth $14,500 ' him, accord-
ing to the view that New York Cen
tral railway officials. Fred Miller, an
Albany pugilist, was Injured in a
wreck on the New York Central and
his hurts resulted in his rejection for
the national army, much to hl
chagrin.' The road decided that MiHer
should receive $14,500. . .
who-have used only ordinary bowel and
stomach medicines and the various-oils
and waters. - .
KEPORTS FROM PHYSICIANS
Dr. James Weaver, Loa. Utah: . "I
have found nothing In my . 50 years'
practise to excel Adler-i-ka." : .
Dr. WV A.: Line, West Baden,. Ind.:
"1 use Adler-1-ka In my 'practise and
have found nothing to excel It." ' :
Dr. R. M. Prettyman, Mallard, Mliin.:
"I use Adler-i-ka in all bowel cases and
have been- very Successful with it; Some
cases require only one dose." ' .
Druggist ' Hawks,-.Goshen,' rind.:
"One of our leading doctors has ?used
Adler-i-ka in cases of stomach trouble
with wonderful success.. He has not lost
a patient and saved many operations."
J. E. Puckett. Gillham. Ark.: -I .had
bad stomach trouble. After taking Adler-i-ka
feel better than for 20 year,
Haven't language to express the awful
Imparities -which were eliminated from
my system.' ' r -
Cora E. Noblett. Sagceah. :- Okla.:
"Thanks to Adler-i-ka I : can ' sleer all
night now. -something I could not do
fo- years." , K - ,
. Mrs L. A. Austin. Ausland. Minn.: !I
could not eat a thing, my stomach was
so weak. Adler-i-ka made me feeKbetter
and am now able to work and gaining."
Adleril-ka is sold only by the leading
druggists in each ; city- r.'
For sale in Honolulu only by the Hol
lister Drug Company. In Hilo only by
the Hawaii Dr us Q4usmfUUl
RATES w
I!. C.L,
AVIATiNG
DAYS TO
Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. W.
- '' For further particulars apply, to . -;C
BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agents
i Direct Service Between
For further particulars'apply to ; ,
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu
Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient
For further particulars apply to 0
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CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE
Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA; FIJI; NEW
ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA .
; For further particulars apply to , ' ;
THE0. H. DAVIES & C0 LTD., General Agents '
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H To Bata via, Java, via Yoko
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0AHU RAILWAY tllE TABLE
M J : ? 7 OUTWAIiD : : J b ' W:Mr I
; For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9 : 15 a. ?2 : 20 p.m.
For Pearl city; Ewa Mill and. Way
Stations f7: 30 a. nii 9:15 a. m.,
11: SO 2:13 pjn, 3:20 : p.m,
5;15 : pii:'J930 prt jlUl&: pJU. 7
For Wahiawa and Leilehua 11M
tLm 2:40" p.m., 5:00 pan, 11:30
p.m.
For Leilehua 16: 00 a.m.
INWARD
Arrive Honolule - . from. Katuku,
Waialua and Waianae 8: 36 a.m.,
5:30 p.m.v: '; v- ':; "V; "4 A '. -'
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17:45 a. rcu, : "8 : 36 a. m.,:
11:02 a.m., X: 38 i p.m., i:2i ; pjil,
5:30 p.m., 7: 28 ; p Jn. 'H :-.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9 : 15 a.m4 ; 1 : 53 p.m 3 : 5?
p.m., 1 :13 p.m. ; ; : . -.
The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only, first-class tickets honored;.
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m. for;' Haleiwa Hotel; returning
arrives in Honolulu r at iu : 10 p. m.
The Limited stops only at Per.rl City,
j fcwa Mill and Waianae. :;;
Daily. fExcept Sunday. JSundaj
: , chci sui- r y
9a tiorth King. Street , -;
- Call and see our brand new " L
I , CHOP SUI HOUSE - V
Everything Neat and Clean?
Tables may toe reserved by phi.ie
: . ' No. 1713 ; .
D. J. CASHMAN
v - TENTS- AND .AWNINGS
Luau Tents and Canopies for Rent
: Thirty Years' Exp.Jcnce :
; Fort SW near: Allen, upstairs '
-v.. : Phone 1467 .:"
Buy your gasoline
- :'- ati - -
SERVICE
STATION
Rear of Eceton Bldo
Hta"; ; Hizh Low Low - ; : V S"Z : RIs e J
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ao reservations
ay Point on th a
Mainland.
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Most Complete Line of Chinesa
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