Newspaper Page Text
KVKNIUO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, APIUL 10, t!)0
Save Your Money w
I wrg'MtfTgwn.mfeiUfffjjgaff-T" j'i-i".Jmr,wfiiiii mwpfimjuLMMiu1 "miiniiwifiwii iMpwgiijAJiJW 'tTfitiitoJgyai'TTwwgwjj j ' cai!jpjf--fca"Tjvfrt!.nnwi i umjiiuiji k J k
Q uiiiiiM uiiiimmiii imimm an '"'"-""TfnMiiirimi inn i1 "i"-rn .ii.n.ur- in Minium im imimm i minimi bi -. -
AIIRIVED PER NEBRASKAN
The long-lookcd-for collection of
untivc legends by recognised author
ities, compiled by Thomas G. Thrum.
A large 8vo. vol. of 300 pages,
Price $1.75; by mail, 15c. extra.
Also to hand, and en route, a va
riety of books by uopular writers.
Ordcvs promptly attended to.
TIios. 0. Thrum,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Oiler Refused.
Rigs with or without drivers.
FORT ABOVE HOTEL ST.
Tel. Main 109
For Ovfii 0 Years
Wl WtH UU ICttla
H v SooU'ing Syrap
flA Iwn nn turd for ever iiixTV
t3 VKAKrt hv MILLIONS of XMhiri
11 iPA.TClU1 .P't SHCM3H. IT
13 CURES WIND COLIC, .ml U thj
Eg beitrrmedyforDIAUKIIUiA. 8oia
& by praircUta In cry part of Iho
T5 no oihtr kind. 2SXCUM a-Bottle.
fln Old and M-fried Remedy
W.W. Wright Co,
have opened a horjejhoe
Inn, department In connec
tion with their carrlago
ohop, etc. Havlnn secur
ed tho cervices of a first-
dais shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them in a first
claia manner. :: :: f: ::
Bamboo Furniture Made to Oraer.
Picture Frsmlng a Specialty.
063 0. OErtETANIA 8T.
TELEPHOHC BLUE 8S1.
Dp. T Uemupa,
Physician and Surgeon; Specialist
oyo illseaso.-i, Office, llvretnula near
Nitunnu. Hours. 8 to 11 n. in., 7 to
8 p. lit. TclcphnnoMaln 120. Office
King nr. Alnpnl; liouni: 1 tu 3 p.m.
Tolephorio Wlillo 4CG.
MERCHANT AND ALAKCA STS.
COAT AND PANTS
CI.EANCU AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House-
13T& FORT OTREET.
j)5$-"ror nenl" cardc on sale at
the Bulletin office.
In the Senate yesterday afternoon
tlio Judiciary Committee reported on
Senate lllll (IS nml House Hill SI, re-
luting to the payment or lines and eonscqnciiccB of his act; so far ns hui
costs to the County Treasury, as fol- j Wn '"''ccrned, the public official ln-
lowa. scrtlng the advertisement must bo'
mo' . mil ,.,. .-, deemed his agent for tho tiurwiso nbovo!
3enatc lllll 0.1 provides that nil Ascribed, ir, therefore. ns 1 nntler-
nnc:i nnd forfeitures of property Im- Htnud to bo tlio hypothesis of this
posed ns punishment In criminal question, the money contributed by I
cnsoi, nil costs In such cases, and nil Private persons were given with the'
iouU Imposed In civil cases by nny ihnowleilBO that It would and the Intcn-I
IJIs-trlct Court tu those ciiscr In which '"" ,1ll"t.!, "ll"l,,(1 lMJ, !'.B!?.J t",1'"5' for
,,....! i,..n i. ,i. i,h , the advertlceiiieiit, am rthoni vei Use
no appeals shall be taken, shall be. 11(Il woe )Me whcl ,,,, ml )0 awj
paid Into the County Treasury; and fully published by such private pcrous,
Mouse Hill No. S4 provides that any this contribution would bring the nil-!
miinay or moneys collected by nny vcillcemrnt within the prohibition of(
District Court within the Territory ns action C nnd render the parlies con-
finej and costs, are realizations for trllMitluK liable to the penalties provld-
the County, nnd the same shall ho M !' 'im""11 ?;, whc.,licr lhc ,,,.'!v,cr,.lf? t
paid In and kept In the County Trots
ury for the itso of the County where
in such moneys shall bo collected.
"Wo recommend that both of
thes-j bills he laid upon the table.
"Wo believe It better that the pub
lie revenues should be paid Into the
Territorial Treasury nnd that
fuiiiN for the maintenance of tho
Counties Hhall bo n ccrtnln per cent-
inn of all the revenues collected from
the renncctlve Poiintles. If rnrtiiln
classes of revenues are to be paid ill-
VOin.'LO ii l-JMIIUV.i III V W l1T IMIIU HI"
lectlv i the. ttiin.it,.,. them will i. ..
ii . i . Vi . i . . , vlro "' laborers While, theiurore, the
disturbance or tho amounts which ,,arlC8 providing the money Mr tho1
should be apportioned between the publication of the advertisements
Territory and tho Counties nnd will might be. in my opinion, liable to the
ma he a fair adjustment more dim-' Penalties Imposed by section r,, tlu
cult " I Immigrants themselves, upon tho
sinulo lllll 20, relating to nicr- ';'l""'esla of tlio third question, could
handlse licenses, was tnbled on mo-pl Wffl- TCKiffi
tlon by AIiiKcKaii. the foregoliiB itiniwi-rn im icfer-
Hoiiso lllll 170. providing for n cuce has been made to a provision In
tl'i'O llccnso for trust companies, ' the act of 190,1 lo tlio effect that skilled
(inn-, im for t-ocoiid romlliiir. Illslion! labor may bo imported If labor of the
lilated that several trust companies
;:"" ,,carl,:f, t, t t
bill was recommitted to tho Ways and
Means Committee. I
IJsnntd lllll 97, providing that Su-
pervlsors meetings shall lie held on
the first Wednesday after tho nth of
tho month, was referred to the Spe,
lal County Committee.
niiiiwi rciioricu ior ino .iiiuicinry
Coinmltteo on the bill provldlng'that
G'overnment ciutiloyces must bo clll-
reus, recommending ltn iassage with
tin niiiendinciit that wherever It was
not re.isonably practical to obtain ill-
,.. ., u ,,',,, . ,.,
Ixeiei olhers night be en ployed. Co-
tlho, the falher of the bill, moved to
adopt the report.
M'll.okau did not want the bill to
Include nollco olUceiK and liiteriiri-
tern, but finally tho cominltlco report
INDIVIDUALS MAY PAY
(Continued from Pane 1)
funds the passage of aliens attracted
luiiun iuc passage ui uiicju uiiidcieu
hy ouch advertisement, provided such
alien comes free from any contractor
nnrceuicni, express or lmpilCtl, WHIli
the State ollcers or with any other with the money n another, or who Is
pctson, nnd enters as free in all re-' assisted by others to come, unless it n.'
spects to choose employment and re- aillrmatlvely kIiuwii Unit such person
main in or depart from the State as lU l,e,l"S "' 0 f 'o roregolin;
if h. i,j mu .!. , ... im, oxcliiui'ii cIustcs, mill that said ticket
if he had paid his own passage I What or ,0 m,'nill .,,,, lm. ,. ,.'
would be the status of an alien apply- ,.orl')0ra,(m, assoclathni, soclct. inn
ing for admission under these condi-'iiidpallty, or rorclmi government, eith
tioni?" !r directly or indirectly.-
Tho answer to this question Is iiotj These piovlslons cluingu tho law In
free from dlflleiilty. It will be Been '.two particulars: lu tho llrst place,
upon examination of taetlnn of tho ttllcns solliitcd or Induced to migrate
act of 11103. hcrelnbororu given. Hint It by reason of offera, or promises, even
Is unlawful for nnyonn to "assist or when there In no contract of employ
encourage the Importation or nilgrii- mciil will bo excluded lifter thla act
lion of any nllcti by n promise or em-.lakes elTc-t. At ptesent, although,
ployment through ndvertlscmeuts their Imr.ortatlon is unlawful mid sub-
prlnted and imbllshed liuuny foreign Jects tho pat ties resHinslblo for It to
country" Tlio words "promifo or cm-, punUhiiieiil. the aliens themselves urn
ployment" are evidently here used lu allowed to entir. Secondly, tho per
il broad and somewhat loote sense, mm whoso pasrage money Is paid by
meaning, not merely mi offer of em- another must be prepured to show, not
plo- meui which, by ucceptuneo on tho merely Hint Im does not come within
jfart of any alien coining within Ita nny of tlio categories of Inunlgraiita to
tormi,. would creato a (ontract eufiirc- bo exrludod, but ulso that his passage
ubiu against some dellnltu jierson or was not paid by a corpoiutlon, mi as
persons, but any foi in of words which .uoelallon, u rocluty, u municipality, or
might be. reasonably underalood us u forelf,'n govuiiiment; and thin pro
holding out to n juisslhle immigrant the vision against such payment by tiny ot
prospect of assured eiiiploymrnt, nl-jthe nsencles mentioned Is effective
though they might not Import any I . : ; j;: .' ' 'j .
leeal reHpnnslhllity on the part of nny-1
one. I Ills construclloii uecnui to me
necessary, becaiiHc If tho words are to
be construed strictly. In the first place,
the exception In fnvor of Slates which
shall advertise their "Inducements for
Immigration" would bo unnecessary;
and, secondly, tho section lltelf would
be superfluous, Its purport being fully
covered by thu lerins or kccUoh I. An
adverll"cineiit, tlicrofori1. which would
be lawful on the part or a Stale under!
rectlou C, might be unlawful on thu
part of Individuals; and tho hypothesis
of tho question Is not sulllcleiitly dct
lultu In this respect to eimlilo mo to
nay whether it does or does nut refer
lo mi advertisement of tills character.
Supposing that the advertisement
would Im Illegal If Inserted by the In
dividual contiiiinloi'i without thn
anno o imorvomiQii, men, lnusmucn
ns tho lllezalltv consists tu cHiislns; Ita
piilillcatlou ns an advertisement and
paying fur such publication would help!
to enure It. the contribution of money,
lo lie used for biicIi advertisements, I
with knowledge mi the part of tlio
contributor that the money was to In
put to this imc, would amount, In my
opinion, lo unioiHiinliiK or assisting
Immigration In the form prohibited byi
section n. That the advertisement was
actually Inserted by n public officer,
umlcr Hie authority or n Statu statute
would not. In my oilnlon, relievo the, ,
person who furnished tlio incaiiB to,
pay for the ndvertlK'incnt from the'
m-JllV lllll ll lll'l IIWL UIIIIL' lllllll WHS
(icscilptlou It 'would bo very difficult to'
determine without teeing Ita piectsc
With respect to the Immigrants,
however, the case would lie illrfereni; I
thcie Is nothing In the act or 1903, or!
Ill iny previous act, which would
rUlmtr.v because their Immigration was
Induced by advertisements, or. Imlced.f
by the sollellatlon or promise of m-'
ployment In any foi in, 'unless tliero!
WIW all onfurceulllo contract CXlrltlli;'
"'''i'' ,l""' "r l,(!llinppllcnllon for ud-
.11 t I .
tnlunlon rcqiilrliiB tliciii to lender ser
'll0 ,1!1'"1 unemplojed can not be found
.' u. lllIHlrl,nll cither of unskilled
labor or of kI.IIIim! Inlmr when Inlim- or
like kind can be found uuemploed lu
Tho fourth question is;
"Will the iiiiHwers to the foregoing
questions b.i materially dlnerem after
tho taking effect of the net approved
tlio "01h dm of Fcbronrv. ini7- nml If
dirrcrent. In what respect?"
Thin question must be answered In
(he affirmative. Section 2 of the net
nppiovcd February 20, 1007, provides ,
l "" V" f"'1""1',"1, elassc? ,"f, a,'CIM
shall bo excluded from admission Into
0 lIllu,, HI,C!j. ..A , ,,. ,
IhtIIcs, feeble-mltided peruoim. epl-
peptics. Iiisano pcrwins." and n large
number of other categories of umlcslr-
blo liuiulgtantK: nml Includca iiiiiiinir
'll" 'li,,"sos ot Mmi '" l,L excluded
"Persons hereinafter called conl
laboicrs, who have been Induced or so
licited In migrate to thhi country by.
offers or promises of employment orj
in conn-qucuce oi agreements, or.u,
wiiiten. ' printed, cxprcsj or implied,'
' r,.,- ... ...i....,
" i'"";"" l;,l)0r "' V1,' lV"!,tn "r ""y,
, fl,c ,l.or M-" I
"Anv nernmi wl.nn lleket In rnlil fin-
If people will experiment with Imi
tations of QOZOriONT, they must be
willing to stand the pain and suffer,
inn resulting from teeth Injured and
perhaps ruined forever. Do not ex-
Stand by the old honest Dentifrice
nnd your teeth will stand by you.
in i ii iwwi
Tho woman on tho right novcr
used Aycr'a Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her liair.and now herself suf
fers from neglect. On tho contrary,
tho woman on tho left has always
used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of bcr youthful appear
and and attractiveness.
produces beautiful hair. Long,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky
hair, freo from dandruff.
tittvtt if Dr. J. C Air 1 C., t, Km., U.S. A.
whether the 'layincnt be ma le illreclly
While, therefore, the payment of
the passage money of such immi
grants by a State with its public 1
tunds is not prohibited, its payment)
with funds contributed by any socie-1
ty or association renders the immi-'
grant liable to exclusion, although!
the payment may be made through1
the agency of the State or its ofllccrs, '
and although the immigrant would ;
be otherwise entitled to ndmission.
The same prohibition, however, doc3
not extend to the payment of the Tnll ppnt nu TVA;r
passage money by individuals, wlicth-1 T,, " ,, rfner rr nrTn a wn
fsffir.if &SSS 'haMF oFfRS?hIL?iVoSn
I'LJite'iBUILDIKO, corner of Merchant and
'nnri i nfiufnrlrnlv inAum'tn tin in ! . . . . . . .1
i..rr.iii ii.jj- 1 . 1 . ,' '"lAlakca btrccts, iionoluiu. There is
?,nld ,v .'nwnwln "t- Installed on the premises 25 h. p. en-',
!"?Cdf hZ?aC?TlLZ S! Bine nd boiler, fuel oil tank, pumps, fu
stantially the act of an association or tioni T'hc nnilts flr'e suitablc for '
For 'he snke .r clearne., , only. may ! '"" er f.or nanufacturing purposes,
here note that Mellon i of tun n,i.,l!nd may be lented as a whole or in ,
v wajW4 U4 1'UUIU JlttaffeW H OI4U tltrtltifeirv Af All aF&a A4ltt .
net is as follows:
"That It shall be a nilsderne-inor for
any perton, oiipaiiy, p.irnicrslilp, or
eorporallou, In au maimer whatso
ever, to prepay 'Hie trmutpartntloii rroom cottage on the premises
!'.."".L";"?: "u..!L!,.rri,Il.s,,..,i0l Cottaco on Youmt Street.
tract laborer or contract laborers Into!
the United Slates, unless such coutiuU!
inixircr ur contract laborem lire ex
empted under the terms of the lust
two provlBos contained 111 eectlou two
of this net."
The last provisos mentioned In sec
tion 2 are thoss relating lo tho impor
tation or skilled lulKir when thu like
can not be round unemployed, and to
certain ckisFcs or nlleiig who are not
Included among those whoso liuportn-
Hon Is forbidden. Thcso provisos aro
in tin. same languiiRo preclrcly ns Is
used In the law of 1803. lu the net of
l'J03 Iho conduct described In section L" '"";, a" """"V" ,.."." "V" i
I is only characterized as "unlawful," ro,M m"1 flowers, strawberries, ba
wlillo lu the net of ioo7 It la inado "a nanas, vegetables nnd fruits grow,
misdemeanor;" this seems a mutter'
of minor cont-cqiicucc, nml since, as
ahovo noted, thu dellultloii of "ou
liact laborers," given In section 2 of
the prefcnt law, In broad enough to In
clude thu pernios whose Importation
Is rm hidden hy section I of tho law of
1003. It follows, that ihe sumo 'section
of the tirf approved February 20, 1007,
although different In language from
pert Ion 4 In the act rf 1003, Is substan
tially the same lu meaning.
I remain, tlr,
Yours, very respectfully,
CHAHMM J- IIONAI'AKTi:,
According to a letter received by
Admiral Very fiom Admiral Lyons
yesterday tho gunboat Annupolls Is
hot due to reach Honolulu tllUAprll
21. She will iimio hero on her way
lo Samoa, where she Is going to re
lievo the gunboat now stationed at
The Alliinpolls Is a vessel 'of 1000
Ions displacement and was built lu
lSlni. Her speed Is 13 knots and her
engines are of 1227 hoii-cpowcr. Shu
cost $227,700 to build mid her bat
tery consists or four 0-pound rapid
lire guns, two 1-pound rapid-die
cutis, and ono Colt's machine gun,
ninnk bonltn of nil sorts, ledger,
ole. manufactured by tho Ilullctln Pub
2jjgr-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
fWiliiir Artfc 'Mi f ifitiiki 'i ."
nraiu is ii
! Mlf 1 Mil
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C.E.
Consulting- Hydraulic Engineer.
HONOLULU. H. T.
PAST DUE AGENCY Collectors of
Claims and Accounts. Phone Main
383. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S,
Boston Building. Third Floor.
Large Building near business ccn
tic of the City.
Stores on ground floor.
Second floor offices.
Well built and very convenient.
Lfirgc Warehouse, stone founda
tion, cement floor. Near business
district. Suitable for carrying on a
general storage business.
House and lot King Street. Par
lor, dining room, kitchen, bath room,
3 Icdroom:, Mrvants' quarters, arte
sian water. Lot is CO x 120 $30.
House and lot on Waikiki Beach.
3 tcdrso.T.s, servants' quarters $30.
House and lot on Pacific Heights.
3 bedrooms, fine location, $20.
Bishop Trust Co,.
024 BETHEL STREET.
J. ALFRED MAGOON'S
REAL ESTATE NOTICE.
feltAltlHf a4h All 4tt AF&a4 AAMft
parts, oil reasonable terms. I
Cottace on Emma Street, opposite
and kitchen, Two-
Kcciumokll, parlor, dining-room,
l-cd-room:, large yard.
On Nuunnu Street, just above
Vineyard, as n whole or in subdivi
sions, land known as the Cntbbc
propel ty, on which nrc two comfort
7 acres of land in Upper Nuuanu
Valley, on which is a comfortable
dwelling of 0 rooms, large lanai,
hitchcn and bath; also n good stable
3nd cnrrjaRC i,ouse. Neighborhood
nni1. - ". r,HMifnl! soil fertile-
Land in many places in Honolulu, '
,...rl" L " ."L "1C" '," I1,01?'
M'.;1" V Vi" :X. ! K
piuuucuii c..i ..u ... .urn O.U.1UC
Apply to MAO.0ON & LIGHTF00T.
Attorneys-nl-Law, cor. Merchant and
Alakca Sts., Honolulu,
Fancy and plain colore; medium
and beet Grades of: Corset Covers,
Petticoats, , Night Gowns, Drawers,
Chemises and a Big Assortment of
Sale Prices Are Almost Half Reg
Don't Miss This Chancel
NEW LINES OF EMBROIDERY
NUUANU bet. HOTEL S. KINO
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete tummary cf
the news of the day.
The Utile Ads. with the Rig Results
Young lady from .Maul, owning ma
chine, will Few In private family.
Address "J. I).," this office.
Hookkccper, now employed, wishes
another position; best references.
Address "C. I). V.," Ilullctln.
Competent white girl or woman to
tnke caro of children; refeietices.
Address "I-'. .," this office. ,
Small furnished house, furnished or
unfurnished housekeeping rooms.
Address 1'. (). II. US. 3Cr.7-lw
TQ I.K'i. ,
Desirable, cool, mo.iiiulto.proof room,
adjoining bath, electric light, etc,
ut 230 S. KIiil- St. bet. Alaken and
Itlchards Sis. 3Cr,4-w
I'lirnlshed cottages, two blocks from
tho Hawaiian Hotel, 12 nnd SIM.1
Apply V. K. King, Cottage Grove.'
Inquire ut 34
Cottages In Chrlstlv Lime. Api
Wong Kwnl, Smith St., maiihn Ho
Fine cheap housekeeping rooms.
Quarry St.; splendid view.
rnlshcd rooms and n small cottage.
Alaken Hounc, 1077 Alaken St.
furnished front rooms ut 1223 Km
m,i St.; rent reasonable. 3101-tf
looms at 8 1 Vineyard St. 2
Stable nnd earriaga hoiiso.
$4.00 Rooms, good locality,
llluo 13 i
Mrs. Hodgion, Teacher of Piano, Or -
Fan and Singing. A clear and tntelll-t
cent comiiruheiislou of tho Theory nt
: Musle and how to perform It It. a ro-1
fined and graceful manner, with a tl.nr-':
,, kn,)W,0lgu f c0,lntlg. guaran-
,, m ,,.,. .,,,..11 II, ,ll,i ,,r,,rl
I UV't ill uiui 'i((it uyiip m binii.-i ,
for tho teaching
deneo and Studio,
between Alakca St.
Church. Seo sign.
270 nurotanln St.,
and Central Union
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should be left at tho Ha
waiian Nowb Co., Young bldg. Phono
201 or Cottaso No. 1, llnalcloa I.iiwu
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Kino Cutlery. Hear Union drill,
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion shop, till Kort St.
MB "f-ui- runt"
carat on salt l
1 . i ...i. ; .
tho Bulletin offlnm
i.. ' hi-111 .
i urnlihcd house with four or Il"i; fine cunur lot in ilakllii. Curbing,
bedrooms, within walking dlstnnco' water, frull nnd jmamcntal tree
from town. Address "X. Y. '..," ind all Improvements. Tjo mln
this office. 3CC0-tr : ntes' walk from cars and I'unahoo
I (SlWali II'11(-' decoration not in liar-
y"-,5ML' niony with other appointmcius ! ; 'S
la--?' WS won't go in this century of re- j ,,4J
II T-M fiiu-'inont. I ifl
1k?v1" 4$ You onKllt t ntlvise with tucn I "" Eh
lgiiRr-7affifci of experience men who have ft -TB
1 " made n study of home divora- Li 'S
I tion. wi ,m
WMuutyib&kfe. J.isalrMrtvtMii&i A . i ititttttitt
Collego. Addresi It. F.. tills offlc.
Tim best and dry firewood can b
bought at Iho Koko Firewood C.
Woodyard, cor. Nuu.inu and I'nuahl
Sts ; 1'0 I'aualil St.; l'liono Main
Three Castles Cigarettes. A new
shipment has been received. On
sale now by Fitzpntrlclc llros. nnd
tho Myrtle Cigar Store. 3C2C-IC
Pure White Leghorn nnd Plymouth
Itixl. eggs foi setting, lull King
iiim i MrCully St. 3.".Sl-tt
In South Koiia. .',u.(i00 acres of land
lis a whole Address S. Norrls,
Wiilolilim. Hawaii. 3nr,0-t(
WQOM AfN'O BOARD
Hooin and Imard In private family for
Inih or gentteman 133T. Wilder A v.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Neceulty.
But you Muit have the BEST
and tlu.t Is provided by th famoua
and moit equitable Laws of Maisa-
chuietts, In the
;);lNew England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF DOSTON, MA03ACHU8ETT6.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, addrcit
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU. T. H.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.'
Office hours Week dayt, till 5 p.m.;
flundaya by appointment.
F. L. FERGU30N, D. D. 8., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlinnton blk.
Fine Job Printing at the Bu.
, Help supplied to plantations, families,
shippers nnd storekeepers. Sato ii
' Ozawn. Phone Whlto 207C.
Will be given by an experienced teach
or lu the following: Ilookkcnplux,
Shorthand, Latin, Ciorman and the
common branches. Cull or uddress
No. 010 S. King. 3643-t(
Umbrella re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takata, 1281 Fort St.
For house-help, phone White 2691. Ma
klki. (icnoral Employment OQlco,
ror. Pensacola nnd lierotnnla.
; Yee Sing Kee -Plumber and Tinsmith,
' Smith St,, bet Hotel anil Pauahl.
i ' ' i j . i nnffiiti.
THE HOME DECORATOR fl
. PHONE MAIN 420. .m
TRADE BOOMERS S S SIQNS! . , Jj9