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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1509. -SEMI-WEEKLY.
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Honolulu, T. H.
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Waialua Agricultural Co.., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Waimea Sugnr Mill Co.
Apokan Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis.
Blake Steam Pumps.
Babcook & Wilcox Boilers.
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Matson Navigation Co.
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Bank of Hawai
Incorporated Under the Lews of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $600,000.00
UNDIVIDED PBOPITB.... 102,617.80
Charles M Cooke President
P. C. Jones.. Vice-President
P. VV, MOfarlane..2nd Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace, Jr Assistant Cashier
F. B. Damon Assistant Cashier
F. B. Damon Secretary
DIRECTORS: Chas. M. Cooke, P. C.
Jones, F. W. Macfarlane, E. F. Bishop,
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless, C H.
Atherton, C. H. Cooke.
OOMMEBOIAX. AKD SAVINGS DB-
Btrlct attention given to all branches
todd mniAiNCJ. Town street.
W E AGITATION
CFrom Saturday's Advertiser.)
Charged with being n disorderly" person,
Y. Soga, editor of the Nippu Jijl,
was arrested yestcrduy on an indict
inent found against, him by tho Territorial
grand jury. Soga was taken Into
custody by Deputy Sheriff Hose and
released on $250 ball. lie will be nr
raigncd on the charge, which is a mlB
demeanor, nt nine o'clock this morning
The Indictment of Soga' is the result
of tho threatening attitude that has
been adopted by many of those connected
with tho Japancso high wage
agitation. Tho indictment recites
"that knowing full well that a largo
numucr ot tno japancso residents 01
the Territory Hawaii were in an ex-cited,
turbulent anil lawless and unruly
condition and state of mind and threatening
to do injury to tho property of
their respective employers and others
Wiuun said Territory, and moro particularly
to do injury to tho person
ami property of one S. Bhcba, residing
in Honolulu, and then and there and at
all times manager and president of the
Hawaii Shinpo, a daily nowspapor published
in the Jnpanese language In said
Honolulu, and the members of tho
family of him, the said Shoba."
The indictment goes on to say that
the articles appearing in tho Nippu
Jiji have tended to inlluenco tho public
mind against Sheba nnd are calculated
to cause violence against him and tho
members fit his 'family.
Atchcrley in Court.
Dr. John Atcherloy had his day in
court yesterday, and ho mnflu the most
of it. Before the jury in Judge Lindsay's
court that isto decido whothcr
he is to go back to tho asylum or bo
given his liberty, Atcherloy questioned
Drs; Emerson and Collins as tolheir
opinions in regard to his mental
sponsibility. Atchcrley 's questioning of
Dr. Emorson was rather searching, and
he elicited a number of replies that
tended to favor his case.
In yeply to questions propounded by
Atcherloy, Dr. Collins stated with emphasis
that he thought ho should be
committed to. tho insane asylum.
tried to get Dr. Collins to admit
tliat he (Atchcrley), if a menaco to
anyone, could only bo considered a
menace to Dr. 'WJayson or members of
the Board of Health nnd not to tho
community nt large. Dr. Collins admitted
that that might bo true, but ho
observed that Dr. Wayson and the members
of the Board of Health were just
as much entitled to protection ns any
member or .members of tho community.
. Supreme Court Cases.
, Following is a hit of cases for tho
March session of the Supremo Court,
which convenes on next Monday atten
o'clock a. m., Mnrch 1.
Maukaa Sil (w) vs. Wailuku Sugar
Co. Exceptioiib from Circuit Court;
motion to continue hearing on bill of
exceptions. A. G. Correa for
Kinney, Marx, Prosser & Anderson
William W. Bierce, Ltd., vs. William
IWuterhouse ct al, executors, etc. "Exceptions
from Circuit Court, First Circuit.
A. G. M. Robertson for
Castle k Withington, Smith &
Lewis, nnd J. W. ' Catbcifrt for defendants-appellants.
Miiry K. Kaleikini vs. Albert
administrator, etc. Exceptions
from Circuit Court, First Circuit. C. F.
Peterson lor W. C.
Aclii tor defendant-appellant.
Jftirv Charnmn et al. vs. William
Charinan. Exceptions from Circuit
Court, Fifth Circuit. Smith & Lewis
for J. Lightfoot
Emma F. Warren vs. Akala Nahea
ct al. Appeal, from Circuit Judge, First
Circuit. J. Lightfoot for plaintiff-appellant;
Castle & Withington for
Hurry T. 3011s vs. J. W. Cathcart.
Appeal from District Magiftrato( Honolulu.
A. S, Humphreys for
,appollant; F. W. Milvcrton for defend-
Moses'Kauhimahu vs. Annie Kauhi
malm. Appeal from Circuit Judge,
Second Circuit. J. Lightfoot for
A. G, Correa nnd J. M.
Vivas f or defendant
Tho Honolulu Koreans are now in
closer touch than ever with tho Korean
patriots in San Francisco, tho thrco patriotic
societies of the two cities having
combined into one with somo of
the principal oQiccrs of the big society
here. The three societies were tho Den
Ko and Go Sci, of Honolulu, and tho
Kyo Ititsu, of San Francisco. Tho
amalgamated society is tho Koku Ming,
meaning tho National Society. It was
this society which recently sont tho
cable despatches to Tokio and Seoul,
protesting against the annexation of
their country to Jnpau, the cablegrams
going forward with 1h k'nowlcdgo of
and approval of the San Francisco Ko-
The olllcial organ of tho Korean pa
triotB in Honolulu is tho recently cs
tablishcd Chinese newspaper, tho Man
Castle & Cooke Co., Ltd
Life and Fire
aeueral Insurance Agents, representing
New England Mutual Life Insurance
lompnny of Boston,
Aetna fire insurance vo.
We liiivi jut accepted the Agency
for the -
OitUeni Iii8urnco Co. (Hartford Fire,)
Tbe Protoetor Underwriters of the
pnoenu or jjartrora,
Thria were Alio eintmu the Ho 11 or
Honor In rion
By B. O.
Tho past week marks another ono of buoyant activity on the local Exchange,
tho heaviest dealings having been mado in tho plantation stocks of this island.
Ewa recovered wonderfully from tho depression of two weeks ago, nnd through
heavy buying ndvoncod from $27.50 to $28. Tho sales rli this stock wero tho
heaviest nindo for some time on 'tho Exchange, nearly hundred
shares being listed. Oahu advnnccd fifty cents with cloven hundrod and eighty
shares sold, and Waialua sold $2.50 higher at tho closo yestorday than at tho
opening at the first of week. Thirteen different shares figuro in tho. week's
transactions, with substantial advances noted in ten of them.
Weather conditions show an improvement, tho rains of tho past wcok on
this island assuring a good reserve supply, while satisfactory roports. of tho
grinding continuo to como from nil oyer tho group. Many of tho plantations
have held their annual meetings, and roscato reports havo been tho ordor, although
thoro aro somo who state that tho congested money market has placed
stocks nnd bonds up to quite ns high a figuro as prudeaco would allow.
Sales of tho Week.
Tho transactions of tho Exchange during tho week wore
Pnauhau 100, 50, 10, 50, 10, 20 at 22.
Ewa 202 at 27.125; 75 at 27.25; 20, 75, 250, 20, 200, 250, 100, 100, 100, 50,
69 n 27.50; 11 at 27.C25; 10, 125, 75, 10050 at 27.75; 50, 25, 20 at 27.875;
150 at 28. '
Waialua 5, 5 at 84) 50 at 83.50; 40, 25,M0 at 84.50; 10 at 85.
Olaa' 30, 20, 50. at 5.125; 100, 50 ot 5; 0 at 4.S75.
McBryde 50, 50 at 3.025;. 5 at 3.75.
Pioneer 30 nt 151'. '
Oahu 100, 100, 30, 3540, 5, 35, 5 nt 29.75; 10, 25, 5, 5, 5 at 29.875; GO,
200, 25, 50, 70, 125, 100,105 nt 30.
Honokaa 100, 20 nt 10.125; 50 at 16; 50 at ,10.125; 40, 5 at 10.25.
' Hutchinson 150 nt 19.50. '
Kekaha 100 at 150.
Paia 03 a't 175.
Haw. Sugar 10 at 30.75.
Hon. B. T. & L Co. Cs $4000, $0000 nt $109.
Although the session of the Legislature is only nino days old, thcro havo
been a great number of important measures presented, many of them dealing
with questions of taxes and lands. None of thoso measures have advanced
boyond tho committee stngo ns yet, however. There aro a yariety of measures
dealing with taxation nnd licenses. Ono licenso measure, graduating tho licenso
fees for mercantilo business according to tho gross business done, has passed
in tho House and goes fo tho Senate tomorrow.
On tho whole, tho Legislature is conducting a conservative courso, both in
regard to measures of revenuo and of expenditure Both branches aro working
earnestly, and no day passes without tho members being reminded of tho fact
that economy is a stern necessity. There appears little to fear in tho way of
radical legislation cither in the matter of finances or land.
AGITATORS BACKED BY RISING
SUN, WARSHIPS AND NATION
The following is the fH text of tho
article which appeared
recently in the Hilo Shinbun, calling
upon the plantation laborers to go out
on a general strike and bring about a
Btntc of affairs that will bring Japanese!
warships IiSto to set thb planters
aright. Tho Shinbun says:
"The higher wage question .should
not bo left to.thc, Honolulu newspapers
as the subject of their controversy.
Neijlicr is it a problem to ho
dealt with by a few so-called prominent
people. It- is the question affecting
all tho Japanese "residents of Hawaii.
There aro none who disputo tho
justice of the demand; neither is there
any denial of tho fact that now is tho
oppnrtuno timo to make the demand.
If thero is an opinion in which all
.Tapmieso agree, it is this question of
"Unfortunately, tho question became
the subject of a very strong controversy
between the Japanese pap&rs
which is causing now the difference at
opinion among us; and united movement
toward the solution becamo impossible,
which is to bo regretted. Tho
question which Bhould be fought
aga'inst the white capitalist is" now tho
subject of quarrel among us, and even
there is n rumor that some Japanese
aro siding with tho enemies tho capitalists.
It is painful to see such rumors
spreading about, even in tho
country districts. If things nrc allowed
to fake their natural course, thero
will bo no end to it. On account of
350 MORE MARINES FOR
PEARL HARBOR STATION
WASHINGTON, February 14. To add to tho temporary accommodations
for the cnlistod men of the Marine Corps at the several posts on the Atlantic
Coast, Pacific Coast, and Hawaii an appropriation of $20,000 Is urgently lequlred.
At Port Eoyal, South Carolina, 300 men have been ordered to duty, and at
Fearl Harbor, Hawaii, 350 men have boen ordered. At each placo additional
accommodations are required. Moro accommodations aro neode'd also at Philadelphia,
Annapolis, and Norfolk. Tho regular appropriation is wholly insufficient
to provide for the 2000 ordered off the ships by tho President.
DAVID E. CURTIS DIED
TWENTY YEARS AGO
(From Sunday's Advertiser.)
Mayor Fern yesterday learned tho
story of David E. Curtis, concerning
whom and his lifo inHuwaii inquiry
had been mudo of His Honor by John
J, Scott, nil attorney or Huston. H11
pcrvlsor Cox told tho Mayor yesterduy
that he remembered .Mr. Liirlis when
he (tox) was a little hoy, unrtls was
nt thtit time living at both 7nialuit
nnd Wnhinwu, Ho married u purt Hawaiian
nnd had a son and daughter,
Tho daughter married a man named
Bquires, who kept the Americnu Hmiso
in this city years ago. They Imd jno
or two children, who died In child-
'TO SURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
TnUo Laxntlvo Hromo Quinine
Tablets. A (IniL'Kists refund
tliu money if if fails to euro,
JJ W. Qrove'a Blfnnturo is or
r.wus wiyncimi co . stHU, u a.
this controversy the laborers aro losing
about ono hundred thousand dollars
a month, and, indirectly, all
business is suffering, This 'is
"We wish under tho circumstances
to offer n suggestion to the public for
tho solution of the problem. Let tho
Japancso Merchants' Association handle
this question, nnd suffor the
press to remnin out of it. Now,
when the Merchants' Association opens
the negotiations with tho Planters' Association,
try to induco our Consul to
help them, though now he seems un-sympathetic."
Start the movement in a
dignified mnnncr; and tho, laborers in
tho plantations even to ono will join
in tho cause. Move with final determination.
If thero is no room for con-
cession, tell tho planters of our dtork
mination to bring on a general strike.
"A general strike mnv lead to somo
kind of international affair, when the
home government should bo asked to'
send warships. Mako the problem of
hinher wanes ono of the international
questions; -and press our demand .for
"Tf no success can be obtained in
this way, 'quit Hawaii. Let us pack
upland go on board tho warships on
our new iourney to Korea and
Why should wo care to
in shell a small country ns this?
Do not be afraid, but press your
until our rights nre restored.
"We advise nur friends in Honolulu
to advance without fear. At our hack
.there is the flag of tho sunbeam, men-of-war
and the 50,000,000 peoplo of
I Japan. "
hood, and Mrs.- Squires Is also dead.
Tho "son wont 011 a whaler, and when
on tho miiiitlnnd married an American
woman nnd lived there, never returning'
to Honolulu, They had two or
three children, but, as far us His
Honor's informant knew, nothing moro
was known of these children here. Tho
father of these children has been dead
David E. Curtis died about twenty
years ago nndwns buried either nt
Wnlalun or Mnkuluia, Tho present
whereabouts of the grave is unknown,
ns the hlto Is buliaved to havo been
Included In litter agricultural development.
David Curtis was well known
to Henry Wharton, a kumuuliia of
Judgo Wiviver of the Land Iieglut ration
Court hiis ri'cnlved n timllnr
from tho lloitnn lawyer In obtain
Information of Mr, Curtis'
Rover Looks Like Torpertaor.
'flip little tug llnwr Inokn like un
irmijduil of the Civil War period, nr
forward deck, iun been' Jimmed ever
with 11 peculiar Mmeliire wlileli hIhiiii nf
buck nnd coven the llllle pilot lmue,
Hum Kinking ur look from n dUUnee
like an river uiuiliuiit or
un milufiluto torpedn boat.
The Best Ruudf knoint tec
Add Be Ctonn la
tHMMU, mamT, a Minx
(Prom Sunday's Advertiser.
A girl with n tcnslnsr lnuch and a
happy, though fnco, stood
on tho upper deck of tho Matson boat
Lurlino yesterday afternoon and waved
and laughed a farewell to n argo con-
tingont of Honolulu boys, and, just ho-
fore, tho liner pulled away from tho
dock, tossed tho many Hawaiian lols
with which sho was bedecked down to
ilvi rfS """xW,1
Goodbyo, Jack Goodbye, Freddie! "
it was, and after each fnrowcll thoro
camo a rippling peal of laughter front
her throat that attracted tho attention
of overyono on tho wharf, nnd, in somo
nlmost unnccoun able manner, within
a very fow minutes tho pretty girl hnd
everyone on shoro laughing in
thy with her. It was a laugh that was
contagious, and it "took" with about
a nundreil peoplo on tlie dock. ,
nil : . .!. -ii-...- i- 11.. Tir.,i
wiucittJ&U IJ1U ItitlllUg UL II1U Matson
linor was very quiet. A Httlo society
'party foregathered on tho deck of tho
vessel shortly before sho sailed, to wish
bon voyago to friends who wero leaving
tho Islands. Tho Lurlino was loaded
deep with .1 cargo of sugar. Captain
weeiien, tno gonial mnstcr or tho ves
sol, diroctcd tho operation of turalng
in the hnrhor, being assisted by tho
MntBon , tug Intrepid, with Captain
Lnno in clinrgc. ....
Among those who departed for ho
a.nlnnd was II. St. Ooar and w fo,
ho have heon hero for somo timo
naf rr at nn. ...! i.:.ii
nR lVeln mnrn nlend ,1 1.17, Vr,l ;
of his trip to 'Honolulu than ho had
expected, and statod that ho intended
to como back as soon as his business
IN THE EMPIRE STATE
JAMESTOWN. N. Y January 27.
Tho Honolulu students, natives of tho
Hawaiian Islands, nssisted by Frank
linn.. l.n ,.. .I.ll l.
- f Boston, gave tho third entertainment
on tho Y. M. C. A. courso in tho
torium of the nssocintion building last flipping Commwsmnor'H olllco, stnting
evening,, nnd delighted tho largest au- tImt t,loy ,1'"1 ,,ce refused anything
dionco of tho season. Every seat was to cn.t "" ,1U Iirevlqus night and thnt
sold, oven standing room was at a pro- morning. As this action on tho part
mium, nnd tho program of tho evening f tho authorities! on tho ship was in
cortninly merited tliu liberal patronage direct violation nt tho contract, Almy
accorded. decided that their deeiro to leavo the
That tho audience was well pleased ship should bo granted, and ho accord-with
tho work of tho duskjj musicians ingly ordered that thoy bo paid off.
from Undo Sam's islands of tho Tho Aldon Iteso is not in tho bcht
cifie was manifested by tho applauso of condition by any means, if the
that greeted overy number, several of stories of tho sailors who camo down
which had to bo repeated. Tho pro- In her from San Diego are to ho
included orchestral selections, lloveil at nil. It will probably coil
vocal sextets, quintets and quartets, Captain Miller n tidy sum to fit her
trios nnd both vocal and In- up similar to the way ho hns tho rest
strumcntnl solos. American as well as of his (loot. Ono of tho rumors along
nativo songs, both popular and class!- the waterfront yesterday was to tho
cal, wero given with a dash and vim 0(Teet that Captain Miller intended tu
that captivated tho audience. wholly renovnto tho Alden Bosso, put-
Ihn orchestra ennslnted nf miliar. :.... :.. ! ; -...-i . '
till 1. n.nr,nA nt tl.A A.,n lla. ..
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violin and fluto, in of which
ho students aro born artists. Among
tho liesr. numbers wero a duct. "Iln
waiian Lovo Song," rendered by Mmo.
Anohila, tho only woman of tho com
pany, nnd tho trio, "Font Mol," sung
by Mmo. Anehlla and Messrs. Keouli
and iloloua, both of which Bcorcd heavily
because of tho musical and novel
character, being a;tod out by tho singers
in a most charming mnnncr. Tho
natjvo music of tho Hawaiian Islanders
is very fascinating in its originality j
and plaintive sweetness, nnd found ox-'
ccllent expression through tho clear
voices of tho singers. Tho several
comic numbers rendered also mado a
big hit with tho audience.
A special fcaturo of tho program,
ana yio well worth tho prico or au
mission alone, was tho viows of tho
islands shown by stercopticon by Mr.
Itenn. These, which aro knowa as
solving viows, aro all beautifully
orod, and gavo thoso In tho. audience
an excellent Idea of tho geographical
features and tho natural and artificial
beauties of tho islands. Professor
". '." '.'.' . : "," i"' "...
etlneiv nxnlnlneil tho 'Iow. which
ndded much to their enjoyment and
educational vnluo. ,
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As a rule a mini will feci well
tied If he can liobhle around on crutches
In two or tbren weeks nftor siirnlnlnir
his ankle, and It Is two nr months
before ho Is fully recovered, This Is
an unnecessary Ina of ilimi, for In many
case In which C'hiiinhorliiln's 1'aln
Iluliu him been iriuiiitly and freely mi.
lied a comiilete cure has boon uiToctod
leas than 111111 wvuk's lime, uiul 111
snine cases within three days, I'nin
Iliilni Is must widely known, however,
for Its cure nf rheumatism, J'nr Ml"
liy nil "iali'r. Ileiison, Himlli &, Co.,
Ltd., egents fur llnwull.
- '"'" ' -1-..
llnilh Minchi, Kirei'!illiig the Hoard
Hinlerwrliurs. Is in Hilo niuklng
new timn of thu tmvii for inmirMnco
ion. There urn liiiiumwlili) ohwngen
eiiiiiinreil wllli (he umji unw in ino,
whieli win miidw leu yer gn,
and ONLY GENUINE.
Th Most Valuable Stsmady
EffeKsaltr eeU short all attack
cf SPASMS. Chocks and arrests
those too orten fatal
FEVER, CBODP. AGUE.
The only PaUlattN In
I Sol MuillEftfitnttfm.
I I.T. PiTMirosT. Ltd , Undta, 8 i
' Just to nut nn nml n nil Mm n,k.
i t).t i.. i. i 1..1
master and mon, Captain Miller, the
l0Cal vn.tnr,lv ,.,i,,..j
tho Los Angolcs craft Aldon liosso. Too
.oiling part of tho deal was mado lir
j. n, Wnddinglmm, who camo dow.
horo on tho bark as tho representative
0f the owners. Tho prico for whiek
the somewhat antiquated u
years old-was purchasel
wl8 not mnt,0 ,,llb,0 y0storiv nor
wouia Captain Miller discloso what
,, or arrangements ho has mado for
ner futuro use
rt j3 a ,,rotty cortaln faot ilowovcr
that the boat will bo kept on tho Islnnl
run. lt Wl3 rumored yesterday, that
j gll0 wouU1 ho B0lt to Q' llajbot
! f(ttcl, bllck carR0 ot ,umbcr hut tho
1 i,onl i3 not blllt for tllIs kn(1 'ot ..
I . i"B- Captain Miller will, it is known,
( ip the old boat working all tho time,
and it is faintly whispered that ho has
been on tho look-out for this sort of a
craft for considerable, timo past to work
out his South Sea trading scheme. That
any such a plan was on foot was
denied by Ebon V. Low tho other
day, but tho indication that tho Alden
nc9?0 was bought for this pufposo aro
Kntlilm. im i.ni i,,i, n.i.i n.
-.-..... p, iriik mm Ui,n, tno
experimental trio of tlm Alden 1tr..
tn 1P lHiml(1, ,', ' UIltU tlle timo t)0
tr.msfl!r , d Bl
lln ,,, ,, ,, , ,
""J;. l"""" "" inuue,
rdinir to inforinntion give, out on
"'" ,lr.V ,,'!? . '.",avo U' J00.1 R
over to Hilo and pick up n load ot
ohin ties. At the outset, this wrs
tumbled when tho sailors raised mich
a kick against tho vessel that they
wero allowed to bo paid off horc, although
thoy had signed on for tho nv
turn voyage. The mon received their
money yosterdny morning, nnd it was
not long before thoy wore in n hilarious
state of joy supremo, caused by
over-indulgence in "dago rod." '
When tho snilors mado their ilrsti
complaint acainst tho Alden Boshc
Shipping . .. .. Commissioner ... . Almy ciusod an
"""wmBanon or tno clmrges to bo had,
I'H'l Pri)VCtl lllOIII tO IlO IllOStlV Wltlinilt
""'idnllon. On tho following day,
however, tho sailors camo back tn tlm
1111K Ilu rl(.K,I1(, unu running gear.
H(.r ,, is j,, u falr conilVtion
j,18t nw nB b1io wa'B , k off th
? ,. . .. ..
murine railway oniy tno other day.
Otherwise who can stnnd considerable
TUESDAY AT THE FflEJRS
Tho mooting planned by tho College
Club, nt tho residenco of Mrs. W. P.
I'Vear, for tho discussion of tho conservation
of our national resources, It
to bo held Tuesday uftornoon nt t
o'clock, Instead of Monday, as at first
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen will read a
tinpor upon tho work of tho National
Woman's Itlvcrs nnd Harbors Con-
llesldes Mrs. Knudsoii's rmnnr. Hi
... .---,---, .-
11 1 .1
'""'K win tuico part in
Dm .ltunnuui.,.,. ri... i.i..' ..
It, s. IIiMincr, Judge Dole,
r Carter, Itov. I), Hcudder and lllslum
Itohtnrick, No Invitations aro Unn,.,l
ami pulilio is cordially invited,
"i"1"0" WBB. "ppolntod vice
l'r,"''"i ior Hawaii mid desires U
",,"V,". e'liwim or jinwnll In tbia
'"1 "'" especially tho women
Women nrc tno naturiil couserveruot
'ho men, iiud It whs possibly In roe-
"Knitlim of this fact that 11 rep
j?."lv" "' ,l10 IVi ernliiin of Womnn'.
',II,H w,' culled Into tho conforoiice
"I"1" ''onioMUilion of natural reaouruei
hmiiihiiiwI nt Wintliliiglmi by the
''!,u wweu Imvo prnrnplly respond-
ed to tlm call for cnopnralhrn In this
Kfeiit nulonil uioveiiiuiil, Thu I). A,
lis. nml oilier orKinilwd wiiiiieuu flnVs
"r" lluillK "p'eiidlil nnd ulfertlvo worV,
KnhiiKti iliiiitniloii will'rudeem the
lust nf its huiuli, ipa.iioo, on Msreh 81,
und the lliiiviiiluu fiiiiwr i'miimiiy will
(Mho up J38i),n(i(i on Ajirll 1,
fMXjkmX ik. ,ML,.AMMMi:i'Jjj,l4