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EVENING BULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUEODAY, JUNE 6, 1911.
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The property known a the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions lx!5. The build
lug will lie remodeled Id milt tenant.
Apply to O. Mrowcr & Co, Ltd.
Cottage for rent In Pololo Vnllcy. Flvo
rooniH iind bath. Electric! light. Kent
reasonable to right party. Posses
sion Riven nbotit Juno 8. Apply "M
M. M.", Jlulletln olllce.
New 7-rnom house, llobron Ave, Knt
.inukl. I'nr particulars npply to J. 11.
Dye, enndy fnctory, Young Hotel.
Cottage with two bedrooms; electrio
llghtii, gas; newly renovated. In
pilrii Mm. Young, 1249 Fort St.
One large, nlry furnished room, suit
able for two gentlemen, and a smnll
rurnlshcd, with electric light nnd
bathroom; near carllne. Mrs. F. L.
Hchmldt,' proprietor, 10.18 Alnpnl St.,
near King, 4941-2W
Furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. Alnkeu limine. 1077 Alakeii St.
Also furnished looms, from $1.7.', per
week up. 4946-lm
No 73 Iteretnnln. St. Electric lights
nnd running water In each room.
I'rlce reasonable. J. II. Townscnd,
I'urtilshed front room; rnosnullo-proof,
hot mid cold water bath, private en
tiuncu. 732 Klnau St., near Alapal.
Clean furnished, mnsrpilto-proof rooms
to let. "Tim Oakland," 1189 Alakca
Cressnty'a furnished cottages, Wnlklkl
Beach; Tfl. 2868. 4889-tf.
Furnished cottages, near carllne. 1812
I.lllhn St. 4926-lrn
AT AUCTION At City Auction
Rooms, Friday, June V, at 10 a. in.,
household furniture, dry goods, sta
tionery, army tents, horses. Jewel
stoves, etc., etc. Jus. W. Pratt, auc
1 can supply you with slock or eggs
from thn following breeds; It. L
Heds. H. P. Rocks, S. C. White Leg
horns. Fnvcrollos, Silver Spangled
Hamburg, Silver Seabrlghts, Ban
tams, Silkies nnd Dlack Mlnorcas.
Reference.: Sonoma National Bank.
Jack Lee, It. 3, Box 58, Pctalumn,
, Cnl. 4930-lm
New attractive live-room cottage,
cheap. Everything modern. Nlco
lawn; choice fruit and shade trees.
Ninth Ave., Knlinukl, one block from
carllne; above sanatorium. Inquire
on premises. 4928-tf
The Transo envelope a tlma-salnj
Invention. No addreislng nscaa
sary in sending out bills r r
eelpta. DulUtlu Publishing Co.
sole agtnta for patentee. t
Automobile FlYe-seater, completely
equipped Fine car for rent service
or for family. Orenteat snap ever
ottered "Mobile," this olllce.
Lot 100x200, Puunul Avo, f.00 feet from
Wylllo St. Terms reasonabhi. Ap
ply to J. M. Monsarrnt, private olllco,
District Court. 4945-6t
Beautiful home In ralnlo Valley, close
to carllne; cheap; attractive terms
Bee Waller II. Bradley, care Kal
mukl Iaend Co., Ltd.; Tel. 1661.
TMo-bedrnom bungalow. Lnrgn rooms;
unsurpassed view; Imported fruit
trees. Address "O. C. II.", this of-
Bargains In real estate, on sen-shore,
plains nnd hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwnld llldg.; Telephone 1602.
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton
need. A. V. Oear. 1114 Fort Bt
r. O. nox 404. 463-tI
MEN'S clothing nn credit; $1 por
weok; Bulla glvon at once. V. Levy
OutllttlnB Co.. SncliB IlldB- l'ort St.
ThorouBhbred bull terrier pup, six
months old. 733 Klnau St.
Inter-Island and Onhu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
Choice cut flowers. Phono 3029.
Try some of the now
"lied Seal" Records by
famous artists ,
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO, LTD,
Thayor Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
160 Held Street Phone 2313
"We lead, others follow," In the. iiuinu
fneturu of carbonated beverages. One
prlcn to nil Freo delivery. Phono
3U22. Honolulu Hodn Wutcr Co., Ltd,
31A North lleretimla St.; Chun M.
Frushcr, manager. 1941-tf
To save you 33 1-3 per cent, on your
meter hill by lining our wiredrawn
Maxda la in is. Will burn In nny po
sition. Honolulu Klecttlo Co, cor.
Ilerctnnln and Alaketi Sts.; Tel. 3097.
Now's the tlmo to get your hut clean
ed. First-class work; low prices.
Special attention given to Panama".
Duvld Ortiz, Alakcn nnd King,
Everyone to hnvo his hat cleaned by the
Expert Hat Cleaners. We do the, heat
work In the city nt lowet price. Kx
pert lint Cleaners, opposite Club
Men who Ilka to wear good clothes to
call and sea our samples. COO pat
terns Just arrived. F. Levy Outfit
ting Co , Sachs llldg., Fort St.
A horse or pony suitable for boy. State
lowest cash price nnd where enn bo
seen. Address Melville, cure Jlulle
tln office 4936-tf
1-argo, airy, mosqulto-proof room; prl
vato family; close to carllne. Ad
dress Milton & Parsons' Millinery
You owe It to the departed. Monu
ments nnd tombstones cleaned; mado
like new. Investigate. Dewing, 1223
Eliminate, tho waste and snvo til. Let
mo figure on your work. J. II. Davis,
builder nnd contractor; Tel. 2520,
Uox 105. , 4910.2m
Chlneso boy with experience on soda
fountain. Must be experienced; good
wages. Call nt Honolulu Drug Co.
Gondi dressers to get their suits mado
to order from F. Levy Outfitting Co ,
Sachs nidg, Fort St.
All kinds of keys made to order. M.
Shestopol, cor. Bishop nnd Merchant.
Boy to run errands. Apply at Kersh-
ner'a. 1175-1777 Alnkea St. 4945-tf
Anything of valuo bought for cash.
Carlo, 1117 Port 8t. 4763-tt
Address "J. IC C."
ROOMS AND BOARD.
TUB LELAND 627 Berotanla; Thone
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
S12; board, 135 per month. All mos-nulto-proof
luniil rooms. Cars pass
tho door. 4941-tf
Cottuge with bath and board for cou
ple. A unite of rooms with board
and hot and cold water bath. Shady
Nook, 1019 Beretanlu Ht. Telephone
Nicely-furnished rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King St.
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT,
Furnished house, for the summer. All
conveniences; line view over city;
very reasonable rent for 0. desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Stangenwald
nidg.; Telephone 1602. 4913-tt
Between Pllkot and Keeaunioku Sts
on mauka side Young St. Apply to
W O. Smith, Judd Bldg. 4938-tf
BUY AND 8ELL.
New and second-linnd furniture bought
ami sold. Mirrors repaired nndresll
ered. J. Tukakl, King St., I'alama.
"linos the Talnter" paints anything and
everything All work guaranteed llrst
class. Also pnperhanglng and dec
orating A trlul will cosrsHice. Union
St.) ubove Hotel'. Tel. 2230.
Paclllc Electric Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a sprclnlty. Motors and
generators of nil capacity for salo.
1162 Fort St ; Tel. 3132.
Storage batteries rented; 12 per month;
rtcharuo $1. Magnetos and colls re
paired. Bcrger'i Electrical Works.
SCIENTIFIC MKTIIODS IN BUILD
lug, when applied by an experienced
contractor, SAVE YOU MONEY,
Estimates free. J. It. Davis; Tel.
2520, Box 165. 4910.2m
tl W. LINCOLN.
Till: ONLY ONE
Practical uiw tiler ItkliHrils St, het
King nnd Queen, opp American Stable,
H HAKA, (IIITr.llHMITH
ALL KINDS Ol' METAL WORK
llepulilnif of iiiiliiiuobllu lump 11 !
daily, Pauahl SI. 4tii9.2m
Aro you III? It so, you should Inves
tigate Vlavn Nn drugs. A trentment
rnutided on laws of Nature. Nature
alone can heal, that's Vlnu. You
ne It In )iiursclf to Investigate.
Setul for literatim-. Free ledum
Thursday, 2-30. Tho Vlavn Co, 1146
Alnkea St. 4932-lm
ltheuinntlsm, brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly relieved. Kccoin
mended by n number of prominent
Honolulu citizens. IC. Oshlnin, 34
Beretanlu Ht. 4936-lm
H. Hashimoto Massage, balhs; rheu-
nail Ism, bruises, sprains, tired fell
ing, other ailments, relieved 178
Heretunla! Tel. 2617. 4916-lm
John Pontes Shoes to order, $7; half-
soles, 11.30; heels, 40c; patches, 25c;
rubber heels, 36c; hanil-seweil soles,
$1. Work guaranteed Hear of drill.
M. Hodrlgues Twelve years of satis
faction. 127 King St., formerly of
Bethel HI. Expert Mioe repairer.
Y. 11. Jong Expert shoo repnlrlnx.
Union St , opp. Auto Delivery Co.
Antono Cancte Fine shoe repairing.
223 King St. 4938-lm
Mrs. Hodgson, teacher of palno. 1516
Enimii, opp. Royal School. See Blgu.
Phuui tniiRht by experienced teacher In
six months. New method. 13 month;
8 lessons. Special attention to adult
beginners. "Music," Bulletin olllco.
Mr L. Smith, pianist, Orpheum Thea
ter. Phone 2S38. Terms moderate.
Piano and furniture moving our spe
cialty. Nlcpcr Express Co.; Tel. 1916.
Get your next suit from C T. Akamn
a Co. Satisfaction guaranteed, Mer
chant tailors, 1019 Nliuanu St.
Clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed on
short notice. Called for and deliv
ered. Phone 3029, S. Hnrada, 1160
Fort St. 4846-tf
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleaned and repaired, like now. Del
tin Montulba, Kiimamiwul lane, near
Asahl & Co. II. Mntsuln, prop. Con
tractors and builders, llouso paint
Ing and paperhunglng; screens of nil
kinds. 208 Beretanlu St.; Tel. 1420.
George Yamada, general contractor.
Intimates furnished. 210 McCandless
Bldg, Phone 1115.
Tho sanitary regulations nro strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand Have Chas. It. Pi
lares, the sanitary plumber, look over
your work, 26 years' experience has
made him competent. 1126 Union St.
You should have your plumbing done
by a "PLUMBKIt." Ten years' ex
perience tins tuught me tho science
of plumbing. The only and safe way,
C. L. Almeida, 11 Pauahl St.; Tel.
Johr Muttos, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal worker. Manufacturing
nnd repairing of nuto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 121 n'erctunlu St.; Tel
Won Loul Co. Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Sts.; Tel. 1033.
Tee Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl:
4 UMBRELLA REPAIRING.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMBRELLA
ftoro In Honolulu. High-grade re
pairing, New, stock. 1284 Fort HI
Tel 2248. IC. Mlzuta 4938-lm
Call and see my lino Oriental Jewelry
All kinds of Jewelry inudii to order.
Bargain prices Watch repairing
Fiikuldn Watch Co. 2J2 11-retanlaKt
HOLD AND HILVIillHMITII
NI'DANI. NEAR IMUAIII
rY(ialr II u 1 1 V) 1 1 n II bcf irnr.
lie's touting nnd ho will get )nil Ifjour
plumbing Is not up to the standard
pi escribed by the Hn-inl or Health '
WIIOT Why, tho sanitary Inspector
BEAT HIM TO IT! See Almeldi, the
snnllnry plumber. "Till: MAI'-: AND
ONLY WAY." No. II P11U11I1I St.;
Tel. 2195. 4915 I ill '
A plnco where you can enoy )auri.clf .
If Jon nro it .stranger, cmnn III ntiil
get acqiinluled. Tho Progiess Bar, I
King and Mnittinke.i Sts. I
You run meet him nt the Mint Hilonn '
11 nleo cool bottle. Come and see 1
Nliuanu St , between Pauslil nnd I
O 1' Snares, Mngoon Bldg Notary
public; agent to grant marriage II
renspM. Tel. 2691. 4938-lm
J. A. Combs, 101 Stnngenunld
Tel. 1884. Nntnry public.
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phone 2511. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tt
First-class livery turnouts at rea
sonable rate. Territory Livery
8tahle, 348 K)ng; phone 2535.
Dr. I.. U Case OfTlef, Lewis' Stables:
I'liona 2141. Itesidcnco phone, 1113,
J. Choug, niitlclnn. Ilxnmliiatlon free.
Classes to order. Watches nnd Jow
elry repaired. 19 Hotel St.
DR. BIRCH Ollloo,
Bldg. Phone 3308.
64 AW. Young
Mijtsuiuoto Employiiient Olllco Al
Japanese help furnished nit short no
tice. Tel. 1760. 900 Alnkeu. nr. King.
Union Employment Olllco -Japanese
codks, waiters, yurdboys, etc l'liono
1420. a. Hlraokn, 208 llcrttunlii,
near Emma. ''4919-lm
Korean employment olllce?.' Competent
innto and feiMitln help'of'n kinds on
short notice. Tel ,3IU,.;,JJ33 Vn'011-4945-tf
Fudido EmliliA'meiit Office Cooks,
waiters, yardliojs. King ut riinch-
T. Ishlbash(,Klnnu Kmployment Of
fice; phono 1879- 4896-tf
Why drink Inferior gruiles when you
can have the best sod.i at samoprlco?
All our goods, comply with pure food
law. Stur Soda Wiitor Co.; Tel. 2267.
Koep cool by drinking the most de
licious soda water made In Honolulu.
All ItnVnrs. Delivered to your homo.
Sunrise Soda Works; Tel. 1345.
Wo use artesian water, making our
soda superior to all others,
of our plnenpplo Juice will convince,
DriiKon Soda Works; Tel. 3152.
K. Sato Now and bccomMiand bicy
cles. Agents famous Plercq cycles.
Our repair department la In charge
of un expert. I wild Rd., opp. depot.
Hlgh-grndo lilejclo repairing; expert
work. Now wheels at lowest prices,
Also Hultcnses and trunks. N. Kugl
Mikl, 195 Hotel St, mar Itlvcr.
RUNTED AND REPAIRED.
Expert work at re.iMinable prices.
Uycinura, oj Oei (dental Hotel.
FOR 8ALE OR LEASE.
Lots nr cottauos on carllno, ICuImukl,
Gorman, 1186 Alaken St.
4 9:'2-l in
with tho Ara-Notch in
place of tho bothersome
buttonhole 15c. ocli-J for 35c.
Clutll, I'ttbody A Co, Mtkill j
. AHKOW CUl'15, )Sc. 1 I'.ltl J
Cbe Latest; $
r Russian Dancer
JLLIi KTASIIT Is causing quite n
uiuii' 111 iniuun, wiiern sno is
doing a dryad dance. She Is still very
young, and a groat future Is predicted
DOWN WITH THE CHAPERON,
8AY8 THI8 AMERICAN WOMAN.
A LUCKY HORSEWOMAN WITH
NO 8UPERSTITION8 A CLUB
' WOMAN AND A BU8INESS WO
MAN WHO IS A MODEL HOUSE
KEEPER. "XfllS. JAMES P. COHEN, president
L of the New York City Mothers'
club, does not believe in ehaperonage.
She thinks n girl's mother should so
bring her up that a chaperon Is unnec
essary. She thinks a girl Is badly brought up
who has not learned to talk to men and '
boys without fulto embarrassment and
Is not In favor of keeping the boys and '
girls separate during their school days.
Speaking of tho results of the oppo
site syMem of education, she says:
"I know the typical French jeuno
flllc. She Is awkward. She Is shy.
She Is fearfully nnd miserably self con-
Miserable tattle .
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rpiIK miserable little Kngllnh slaves
of tho Lancashire woolen milts are
even worse off than the child workers
In our own southern states. Children
1 of nine venrs nr rven vnnnper rjtrrv
heavy bales of wool and work lotur
hours that would wreck the health ot
(Associated Press Cable.
WASHINOTON. D ('., Juno 5 Tho
special Senate committee to try Sell
ato" William Lorlnur of Illinois was
appointed today and tonslsts of Sen
ators William P. Dillingham of Ver
mont, chairman; Itobirt J. Oainblc,
South Dakota; Weslvy L. Jones, Wash
Inglonj Wllllaiu S Kenynn, Iowa; Dun
can 1T. Fletcher, Floilda; Joseph F.
Johnson, Alabama; John W. Kern, In
diana, and LuKo Ia,"a, Tennessee four
Itepubllciins ami four Democrats.
Will Hurry Reciprocity.
Ap effort will be made by the Sennte,
It Is aniiniini'eil, to miiicIimIo tho extra
session The public cuuiinrttw Hwir
ings oil mo reciprocny iiKreenieiu mivni
been ioiicIiiiIimI. Ilerman Itldihr of Now,
Ynrk nnd MclUlb, Stone, manager of
Hie Associated Press,
being the lakt
PARTY 18 KILLED
ROSS, fill, June 5 The Rev Cecil
Ma 1 lack, rector of Ht btcplien's church
in Kan rraiu'liini. was killed and Itjtir
oilier ell-is,) men wiiei (linualy Injurcil
Imlay In 11 mum prrullnr u(f'lihlit
A parlv of Ihlrlnen well-known 111I11 -
luiirs ilurlng n villi hero were isigccn-
Rir on th new truiiiir (ire eiiglno dur-
IU4I 11 ilHiwinlrallon II wtt a Jslly
''aA ! wyAts'
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titfflk.' -'i !
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l x.JTKC Tv6ai'y55?v5;V5;j
sclous. Sha has nothing of poise, noth
ing of grace, nothing cf manner or
f.rarm or self possession. BesJIy, one
scarcely wonders nt the popularity of
married women In Franci they havo
tho field of attractiveness so complete
ly to thsinsclvc!
"On the contrary, the great charm of
tho vaunted American girt Is not pri
ms rily her beauty that Is mora or less
Incidental but It Is her easy, natural
personality. It Is the way she enters
a room, the position she assumes at the
tea I able the readiness with which she
converses, the spontaneous grace of her
social attitude. This Is the 'something
that makes it so easy to pick out an
American t:lrl the world over and that
niakes the men of all other nations find
surh pleiisuro In her company."
Some of the happiest marriages In
the world aro those that take place
every yenr In the little country towns,
where the boys nnd girls walk home to
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geiner irom prayer ineennBB mm can
dy pulls nnd skating parties and no
body has heard of a chaperon.
Miss Vera Morris, the noted English
horsewoman, believes thirteen Is a
lucky number. She has entered her
horses In thirteen classes at tho New,
York horse show.
Miss Morris Is easily. at the head of
women horso lovcra In Kngland. Sho
has done much to rouso the int rest of'
1 women In horso exhibiting nnd breed
ing. Sho says of American horsowo-
"''". , . . . .
They are very clever In horsebak
riding and can judge of the merits of alm(nUo tho fur trunmlng of a.
good horse. It Is a pleasure to seo.-hn,. A ..,.. .. ,,.i ,s
them, and I feel a keen delight In
bringing a string of horses I can Intro
duce to such Judges."
As tho result of a wager Mrs. Bertha
Markets of New York city recently
started on an automobile trip to Otta
wa, Canada. Having boasted that she
could drive her car as well as any mas-
part anil there ns Joking mer tho
fact that, thcro wero thirteen In t ho
party which took tho rlilo.
During the trynut tho diglne, while
going at considerable speed, Marled to
turn 11 corner, skidded and turned over,
throwing the party luln tho street and
crushing tho Reverend Mr Marrnck.
The other Injured aru expected to ro
cover. PUMPING WATER FROM
THE MAINE COFFERDAM
HAVANA. Juno B With the unex
pected illllleiiltles eliminated, hut which
delated operation, somewhat, tho
pumping of the great cofferdam around,
the wrirk of the tmttleshlp Maine was
commenced today and the indications
urn that the operation will hu success
ful, OPPOSED RECIPROCITY.
COUNCIL IILUITK, June 5.-W II
(li ecu, Republican cnndldnto for ro-
eleetlon to Congress, was ngaln elected
today, but by 11 greatly reduced ma
jority, believed In hnvo been caused
by his opposition to tho reciprocity
iigruciiKiit with Canada.
- 1 TO WELCOME MADERO.
,M;XI O CITY. Juno r,. Plans nrn
,.r uny hern for tcndcrliu; to (len-
,.r,, Fninclscn Mndero. llui iirngresslve
igiiididiiln for president, n magnificent
reeipllnn upon his arrival from tint!
north Tho rcoptlnii will bo miolllclal
HELD REBELS IN CHECK.
'UlIHNAVAfA. June 5 During I he
rrcfplloii In Oiiirral Madern Inilay, lbs
( rebels Itniu this illslrlrl were baneil,
fiom iiilerlng Iho elty for feur Hint
jlliirs wuiltd lip 11 raai with III" looal
soldiers nnd elllicns
' ItlJPUDUIOAN MAYQII,
l'0JtTL,ND. JtiHf) . A. 0. lliHli-
rullno chauffeur, Mrs. Markets eerpl
ed a bat that sho could not pilot heel
czr to Canada without o&slstanco. Sh
U to do all tho driving ami all tux owo'
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Ura. Ttena S. Tuthtll, an Illinois wiv
man, la that wonderful combination an
oatuto buslocaa woman, an orduoaa
clubwoman and a Eootl housekeeper.
She thinks tbcro Is no reason whj;
every woman should not Imitate her.
She belongs to tho Woman's club of
Austin and la serving her sixth eonaoc
utlvo term as chairman of. dries and
sociology thcro. She Is also chairman
of tbo civics committee of tho sixth
district of tho federation of Women's
Clubs, secretary of tho Chicago Frais)
league, general secretary of the Sab
urban Clrlcn and Equal Suffrage club,
chairman of tho forestry commission of
the Austin Improvement association,
chairman of tho west suburban district
at tho Arbor day committee of the Chi
cago Women's Outdoor Art league and
holds about fifteen more offices, bostdxa
conducting a tiro Insurance business
and being a newspaper correspondent.
"No, I do not keep a maid. I TItbi
In a cosy cottage, which I purctuuvxii
serentecn years ago, and I have no dlf
flculty In keeping It spick and span. I
rlso early, and my housework Is rmr'
first consideration. I refuse to attend
clubs that meet mornings because Iti
would Ipt'rfero with household dutlen. '
"Housework Is tho best exercise a'
woman can Indnlgo In better than any,
sort of athletics. The fact that I do
my own work mora than anything else,
I feel, keeps tho doctor's boggy awmy.
irom in iront or my doorstep.
fJHAY velvet forms the material ot
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waist line. Tbo coat Is finished with
rounded edges and lined with change-
able pink and gray brocade, J
light, the Republican cmulldatn for
ImiiMir. won ut tho municipal election
hero toila . beating JnM'ph Simon, his
Demoerutlc opponent, by 11 stttutantlat
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
TnblcUt. All dniRRists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UUDICINB CO, St. Lsuu, U S. A.
and Coarse Mexi
A large snort
ment. HAWAII A
New Stylish Hats
Summer stylos In millinery at par.
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TRCET
FIRST ANNUAL CLEARANCE 8ALE
of all goods on hand
MONDAY, JUNE S, to JUNE U
Mrs. S. F. Zeavc,
13 Young Uuildlng
ULGINNING JUNE 3
All Iho Hats at'lleaionablo Prion
tOte Muusuu Stre.l
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