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Honolulu, Friday, December is, 1910.
4 i 0 'ORPHEUM Great (Telephone -2060) i ..i-r- n cn cno i,fl ft m on c merican bnow Light, Saturday and REDUCTION IN PRICES ! I M.itinee Tomorrow CREW MAY GO UP TO COAST FOR RACES ! The management has decided to re- duce the ! General Admission to Oil LEAGUE SERIES iiriiP m C ERIES OF SOCCER seat in the house 25 cents George B. Howard & Co. Ht Lit G IK TO START IN APRIL KALAKAUA STROLL I STARTS TOMORROW 25 cents THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL TEBEST Li in TENNESSEE'S PARTNER" Don't Miss This Great Play Wing prices: 25c, 35c and 50c THE SAVOY Hotel, opp. Bethel. -Bgest Motion Picture Theater in City. NEW TONIGHT jpECIAL PATHE FILMS o NEW VAUDEVILLE TURNS WIDA jjeatric Musical Comedian in Laugh- DOT RAYMOND jatinacs Her Hit With Dainty Songs. "The Substitute" laughable Farce Comedy, by the .... jiLAff-MAGRATH COMEDY CO., With Magratn in ojaraey rs,oie. GEORGE STANLEY Has More Catchy Ballads. i Contracts and Payment for New j Teams May Buy Stock in Athletic Nine Now Down for Walking Race ( Members of Hawaiian Associa- myrtle and Healani Barges j Park Corporation Want Sam Hop Loads Up With tion League Teams May Take Off on Sierra. Improvements. Prizes. The Oahu league baseball series of 1911 will start on the first .Sunday in April at Athletic Park. The new man agement of the ball "-round made ad vances recently looking to arrangin It has been suggested to members of the Healani Yacht and p,0at Club on one or two occasions recently that they try to bring a barge cnMV(Jown from the ('oasr for tu . - iiil, itv I i i ! J I' : i t , , "lv terms witn the league to continue as "lH- n''U.u harbor to make thejtho main attraction at the park and 1 c ,tert more keen and now thevlthe league held a special meeting last are wording on a scheme to bring this! evening to decide on a basis for nego aoout. 1 hoy aayo held all along that : tiating and how to take the matter the expense wouid be too great. How-1 up with the new park owners, ever, they think now that thev have! It was first decided to appoint a lOUlltl a WaV. I iiii'nmiftrtn trt noiTrtfi'ifn on Q(Tr.mmfiTlt With only two days in between, the hikers who expect to stretch their legs over the one and three-quarters mile course, from King street to the Waikiki Inn along Kalakaua avenue, are getting their names down on the entry list. Promoter .Sam Hop looked like Santa Claus coming with Christmas presents last night as he trudged homeward with Out A. A. U. Cards. "With the Hawaiian Islands now under the jurisdiction of the A. A. U.T" said James II. Fiddes yesterday, "the members of the Hawaiian Association Football League who are going to parti cipate in the soccer series, which opens at the league grounds tomorrow after noon, ought to take out their A. A. IT. cards and start the ball rolling at once. Then as each series of events with the other organizations come along the a load (if prizes which the kindhearted merchants of Honolulu have donated to I members of those teams or individuals i j. - i. .piinn. between the league and the Athletic cheer the pedestrians on their way next 1 , u i'f , . ... .., . uniii an i ue joeai itnmicui .unities Minday Ihe Hawaiian band wil de- havp Qnt their cards." light the throngs with melodious ,. ,r;i A 1T;,Tla -;n tvW phyrs as the wanderers waggle their ; . nf - . ipncnip snPr weary way in with swinging strides at ; gerie8 " bRinning at half-past two the nuish, followed by the train ol ; . , , ,,lP a soon I fooc tutors who will trail them over the, , - c-,i1j i ' p,,,,.,i,n,ii shipped to Honolulu at once, a plan is by the -league and the whole thing j Cin,rso in ailtomobiles, carriages and on j and Tron Works te!lin win kick up. Hoth the Healanis and the Mvrtles are to have two new barges built in J'ark management. Some wanted An- fcan Jrrancisco. The contracts and first' tomo Marcallino, the manager of the j-v nn-iii went on ei'nesdav bv the I'Hgue. io aitena ro it. out tins was Zc Sierra, which sailed for the Coast. These i opposed on the ground that the ar will probably be completed in the ' rangements he might make as tenta spring and, instead of h avinc them'tive would have to be threshed out brewing to pick a crew or oarsmen. could be sifted down better by a com- ; bievcles and horseback, and Jill will jy.to- the -Minute Motion Pictures 1 POPULAR PRICES. Bijou Theatre (Management of Sam Kubey.) AMATEURS TONIGHT (Fan begins at six-thirty) Two Entrances: Hotel Street, opp. , Bethel. Fauahi, near Fort. either all Healanis or part Mvrtles to I,litr(,p- consisting of all the team man- j assemble at the Waikiki Inn as the go up to the Coast and enter the soring a?fr1 of the 'agu with Marcallino as ; haveu of rest to tell and hear tell regatta held bv the boat clubs around f'h:)lrma"- Captain Ramsey, ot the Ma- how thev dili it, San Francisco 1 rin,ls: -Manuel iJaresa. ot tne i'orr- This sort of'thing will stir up a lively! I'"PSe ftam VTi" ?'en Tof the Chinese interest both here and in the States and. 1 t0a" an1 J" of,e Jr" ? the irom a Hawaiian promotion standooint ' A -r n- v -r, it T,-;n rrr. ),.., . , 1 i it op with Marcallino as chairman. Mar- nn thl !L Uf ,t ' t0WaAd lo0rnini; oallino was instructed to conduct the IK it g ,S 6 t0 COme thrUgh Wlth negotiations with the aid of the other3 a regatta day appropriation as suggest-! in"an aflvisorv capacity In this way ed by senator Charles Clullingworth re-iit wa, fiJnr(vl an agreement could be ceut.y. L M. Hale of Hilo is a passenger j llrafte(i in ,ionnite shape that would on the Sierra which sailed for the Coast j nlPot witb the Panction of both parties .uuuc?u aim lit lias tetu auTnoriz ed to sound the boat clubs around Frisco wlthout delav ?t!,ie ProPsiti011 of haviDS w of j Teams'May Take Stock. ..uuu.u.u uaioaitu lUIUJICIC HUU lllOUIj over their own waters. j There are now nine entries on the list and Sam Hop said last night there would be five or six more before Sun day. He is going to transfer the book today from E. O. Hall's store to the Columbia Club House on Hotel street near the Palm restaurant, and the en tries will close at seven o 'cloek tomor row night. Those who have entered so far are Ilenrv Chillmgworth, Antone Kaoo, G. B. Henderson. Willie Feagler, Louis Rosa, Paddy Walsh, Sam Hop, Manuel d Xicrel Jackson. Nine The. schedule, which runs until Febru arv. will then be under way with double headers each week, also on Christmas and Xew Year's. President Lorrm Andrews of the ten tative orsanizatiou known as the Ha waiian Association of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States said yesterday, that the individual reg istration cards had not yet been receiv ed from the headquarters of the A. A. U. in New York, but that they were on their way and he expected them by the steamer Manchuria, which is due here next Monday from the Coast. Athletes to Get Cards. Fiddes' suggestion that the individual Most Daring Gymnasts Ever Seen Under Canvas THE FLYING JORDANS OUTDONE GREAT DOUBLE SOMERSAULT BLINDFOLDED An Act Untried by Aerolists Other Than SIEGRIST AND SILBON Of this Great American Show TEXT OVERFLOWING WITH SATIS FIED PATRONS EVERY NIGHT. Read the unsurpassed program to be presented tonight. OVERTURE. Ground and Lofty Tumbling by Members of the Company TRIPLE TRAPEZE BY THE THREE NOBUS SISTERS TOTO AND TATE In their New and Original Comedy Act DIAZE, POLO AND DIAZE Experts on the Horizontal Bars MISS HAZEL Graceful Contortionist Arouse Interest. suggestion was offered bv the new priZes have already been donated by athletes taKe out iiie.r ! owners of Athletic Park that each team j the merchants, including the silver cup enter ior ue s "ll !f tim i take a small block of wWh tlu chatr.TMon. Dick Sullivan, has events in which they expect to compete If this scheme goes through interest ' stock in the corporate management of r,t m, for the others to compete for was well received yesterday oy tnose heard about it. It was tnougni MILS t-iir iiiMrau v" vv, - his 'title. VThe Manufacturers Shoe j that as each team or individual who Honolulu's Largest and Playhouse. Safest Couldn't Get Them in to See i MONSTER NEW FILL ! o Pronounced the Best Ever, hsieville Program Great ! Mnsical Comedy Splendid ! , Motion Pictures All New ! Hughes' Orchestra Superb ! lecapitulation: The Greatest Show in Honolulu ! Can You Beat This? FIFTY-CENT SHOW FOR at and loc. POSITIVELY NO HIGHER. will be aroused in the States and the' the park, which might be paid for out Hawaiian public and the territorial' of the league's share of the gate re legislature will be more likely to favor' ceipts during their baseball series. This featuring regatta day here in the fall : proposition was favorably received by as an attraction for" tourists, and the the majority of the league as it would likelihood of a Coast crew coming down ; tend, it was thought, to maintain here then would certainlv make it worth ! harmony between the teams of the while to spend a little public monev ' league and inspire enthusiasm among to put the waterfront in shape to ac-! the players to work for the success of commodate ti piti ;i,K.'the park. The onlv objection to the and the visitors from the States. i league buying stock in the park was Chiliuo-wnrth tmTfr..,! a voiced bv JUarine ioaw While he Comitfnv'hasNienated a pair of walk- had already taken out a card came to - . -r , ' ' .t.A.p f linca T.'ll f Q A Tint" in" shoes; William .Mclnerny nas en compete wnu uiun, .. . " " . . .1 . 1 . .n..;ctn.l Ti-nulil bo induced to a pair Oi tennis snurs; i" .-iiin ut-cu icgimu -- 'dollars a vear to e?"? oleach the Marines never knew how long thevj,, and Wichman. the jeweler, slip e w arve, nd ix up tLe water- ' coin? to "main here- ST ? i P m a fanc-v ?nMin tm fo.r on -e U4iltS dim DI I!U lUe Hater- . i. VnJ Vr, cnof ottoiI j, .u. ll t- nnnsa in that the hundred ers on toe w narves and ftx 1111 iiuuL iui tfgaua u.o, uiasini tne ooat " : ... . .-i raees a feature to attract tourists as! "'n1'"" --, 7 - n p,,.,, ix,,.,;,' others might be ordered away at any i iwiai a u 1 ci'i. a. jit: t'ju litis1 seemed to" favor the idea he said that j store: Dr. K. F. Li gave a box of Soda Works donated four dozen battles take out their cards by those who had of pinectar and grape juice; Wing On and a!l would be gradually brought into Chono' came througn witn a wamms tne roia wuuoui. uuiug w c V,n1f n dozen cans of French pa bv meetings and missionary work. mushrooms was the handout from the Fiddes was the president oi tne , Columbia lunch room; another pair of Uvaiian Association Football League association could affiliate with the A. A. tennis shoes came from L. Ayau's shoe ; when the A. A-U. idea was first intro- tj. direct and would undoubtedly ba MR. GEORGE SETTLER And His Troupe of Eighteen Performing DogB THE GREAT BENO Light and Heavyweight Balancing SIEGRIST AND SILBON TROUPE The World's Greatest Aerolists, In troducing several New Tricks, Includ ing a Doable Somersault, Blindfolded, by Mr. Silbon. Caught by the Hands of his Partner, Mr. Siegrist. VALLE TRIO Introducing New Songs, and Ragtime Melodies EUTURKEY Japanese Wonderful Equilibrist Concluding with the Humorous Pan tomime A HAPPY FAMILY' Reserved Seats at M. A. Gunst & Co. Marine team bad been transferred Art Theater Tt was susreested, however, that ior tne two ooat : , . .. -j: mQda clubs to accomodate all the citizens and' T an a"rl" -J"'"? 1 1 v (rrntvn inn Iii-.Tti rn- f rt. V.. Time. iwith the park management that thev might be called away of the amblers to cook his goose in. t KAM BOYS MAY PLAY FOOTBALL NEXT YEAR , . 6 ad Lml"'back thrir share of the stock at any! ""fi"ui tiiuuui, aMue irum lue pro-j.. duced here and, as ehiei executie oi granted a charter as an independent the league, which is one of the largest! branch. On this assurance forwarded athletic organizations in the Islands, he j,y Fiddes the Hawaiian association was was one of the stanchest supporters of j organized and has since been admitted the movement to form a branch of the ; into the A. A. U. The organization a a tt. here. Prior to his departure I was made tentative, however, for the 'for a trip to his old home in Scotland,; pUrp0se of making application for ad ! which took him across the North Ameri-J mission into the A. A. U. in time 'can continent, there was some question! for n t0 be considered at the annual f m i whether the local clubs could join thei meeting in November. The meeting uireci iiiif.i vuitiiu - - i eaiieci lur oauuaiv u ia iui without first merging with the Pacific ; 0f creating as large and as representa- Enthusiasm for intercollegiate motion idea, that there ouzbt to be , ti ' 1. n t f hB Knmeha- . . , . u , ; aiitl reiunu nit ui utt- tti'.'i.. i iian nns uic - " -J r , , I masses wno, TSe representatives of the press next! . qp1ioois and thev are talking! ra,t branch to secure representation i tive an organization as is possible at ,tt, aL " 1 iS, I " re'icame in. for consideration. They should; ... out a teara nest year.'in the national body. , . this time, and it is hoped that all the be aceommocaieu. n ". A pnr,r,P. a old Kam man wno Fastest Barges Ever Here. Klatea. it , ere . p0epoe, an old Kam man ep in touch w;th the official . ; ,. i The two barges ordered by the Ila-'!::- J Eft ,,'tn insure accurate reports is now attending runanou am a u,c, Tl.l.ls snoke of his impending trip i ioeai ciubs in the athletic held will tfien ot one nf the meetings 'during the dis-came jnt0 the association. An election cession of this question and the local 0f permanent officers for the year will It was decided that the' ber of the Oahu College team, has been ub representatives present delegated j probablv then be held and the them. They are both to be built at the same time. Alfred Rogers built, the boats now used by the local clubs, but James L. Torbert, an old Honolulu oars affairs e lowered a trifle' training a picked ivam team uuu "-"ihim to call at the headquarters oi i";0f the association win iro.i mai w" a - I i. .... J 1!.m 1 r.l ,tW'k Tl IS (MIMfil-I . . J er n not to obstruct, the view irom me. new ruies, uu -- : a. -. l. m waiian Rowing Association are to be asj tle aam,-.s. it was nearly alike as it is imssihle to make i ...wt.., .1 1.1 1, , , f , . . scorer s nvi v "v,v". . I P r , ,i.c..B .,n,.h- " . . . j - , .., 1- v.- uA not to obstruct, the view trom tne; new rules, ana aucu .uwnau , A A l in .ew uw au cumci "" iorrn oe couuucivu w , 1 . j .u t inw.r team. Tiiere is real i u-. cniHvin. Fiddes cabled Sul-! tiiroiicrh thpir delegates who will iorrn Grandstand aru eMenurti riivu.iu jimw. . - 1 ..r.. p 1 . 1- 7,i'r the newspaper men The players na"hou and College of Hawaii rivalry : livan ,g assurance that the Hawaiian! the active association. j alitor from the son durinsr' Iwtwprii these two teams or ivamtna-, ai?o wanted i-iiv. The Best Seat 10 cents man now located on the Coast, has been 1 looking into the boat building business 'Bergen Railway in Norway' "The Force of Love" Children's Prize Matinee Sat- stlay. and he ran across a man by the name of Thomas K. Keenan, in San Francisco who has been turning out some s boars tor the oarsmen on Torbert has been m correspondence .,mnta nn,i ; , fnrtner mam with Tom King, president of the Myrtle ta.'nerl tjiat there should be no passes Boat Club and the Hawaiian Rowing' 'j except bv the league. Association, and on Torbert '3 advice; junior League Considered, and the representations made by Keen-; , . , , ,.. t), i '-ers forwarded here the two! 0-- ktal boat eiubs have decided to gne. im. v. .... ,.., and kJ'ew chance to turn out ine io i - ; , the'O" ... 1 ii , i i. . .1.., .iy.i t ipr irp iiuiiii: tu ret. Some criticism auuiu me lain. n;tii;i Muu-uia o a 1 svstem heretofore in paying the ushers 1 have a game tomur.on. ' . . , 1 .tVin- ?npn of 1 Horr.i.i (;olfrev is captain ot 0,,i,r.,,P reaped in a decision that: b;nior eleven and Ben Hussey heau ie.f me speedy , nan;VTer o the league should handle: picked team. McGowan things tne 1 the Coast.' u - h ,7nil attPnd to these petty dis-j junior eleven is the stronger of Jie two I I and ne saiu last uik ; " , i II morrow was going to be a battle royal.: V Godfrev organized tne junior .erne time ago and challenged ben mts .ev for a game under the old rules, as there was no one at Kamehameha wao much about the new ruies. xu . ,. ,,i,-..i n-n Thankssrivina Day mai-'ii as - 1 oc DOC DO BEST INVESTMENT Extraordinary Clothing Values We want to impress upon you that on every suit you buy WILSON AND MOEBIS Australia's Great Acrobats. MEDORA PARTY Sew VaudevHie Entertainment SAND ART "lo Makes Wonderful Pictures IN SAND Cunha's Park Orchestra MOTION PICTURES iveenan a tasted barges that . ever glided over tw0.Ihir(ls of these youngsters, nnd neither -e scorea. -e u ; Q JE LEADER VOU Save TrOfTl .UU 10 5 I U.W. Hawaiian waters. ... . , ..u,. ,. ...1., ,,-i-es ; idea struck tne oox. , , Negotiations have been going on for l.n len sam. 1 The!,oacbes took the teams in hand ana . S d r'Z To get you acquainted with us we want you to see Km.es E. Jaezer: the new president of juniors crtain favors iu tin , lj',v ! , ,lf ,,' ffl!low;nf vear Godtrey CYPCPTIfiWfll I Y I fiW PRICES ANB HIGH- - " . - .it-,-.. Tl I'O.'l 1 1 tlUt" Lin-til . ... i.v ht lllll L.AUL. I I W II n fe- w.. - - h, Healani club, signed the contracts .1 ! ,.,.,,o,d it. Moliowan saw i.st "'r',;! forwarded from Keenan by Torbert and yar thev were sent oif on the Merra Mws dav accompanied by a drift for $3oS ,. ,f ravniPiit fn the two boats. a aa lut - TKU .b.r.. was f.v.u The contracts were draxjn .n u..p.-i.. ; , . Fe))ruarv Was and King signed one W i; t " 1 TV-is h to th- otaer. iieiv u.iii - at wmcu me uiinvi; ! op. r tiic previous meeriag 01 me n-al j the second Th.irsday in March was s.c for the next riguuu u-.v . 1- and tne the tune T ,d NOVELTY THEATRE fixed his autograr is how they read: Bilding Contract. ii kiiwlir Mirree to build two six-oar Vacmg barges. These barges are to be built according to the t3aow- ificat 1011s: i lani.ig i- ribs of oak. :ra:nc tor you nee in frt'v turned thi he ,: ;-li-ng them that annual: .-'.Vib'.e and footbuH ill V i.r row i.o.jtrev an meeting at -iu;eu .,.--. V 5-to ed for the coming year. , '-"" " ; s that nave 1 roTe ;s a n m '. -i T fimon t tne 1 1 the field; O God-! m o veil! ret the two finest boat ... 1 u-.,i fwim has taivfu ; II 1 1 ii - iv..". . - . interscholastic games. vourTer tov atm-i " r 1 vo vc!t' ago. iei .o an M'-i, thev woui't no. oe was veel down. I a'.l the boys are o the gan e again, tv of jj"0d husky iig general spec 1..-. ,' ii:iar 1 and bracings of cedar, cv.pir fteBeu each htted wau s seat: swivei .. .... i.,i-c nW-eloIated: seven bronze oai . v.ii.i.itoe l shoes. SIX dOUDi 1 ; i 1 i ? - - - - ...-.u,u.i ,w.-.r the Honolulu course. ; u.ntnal am i l 1 ., n- ! !..- oncr'f.t to be a!) iu".'J" .... ..t fcn- ..,,-n n ., it all comers 'if Vi'll c:m iiao.- ac u 7,1 j? - .Vrnorwin. Hawaiian line tnev have none m via the ctween ceciis it v. ould be a great deal 11 StU'l o 1; X" soccer this. -nt an war (1 o ;'iv througheu ; seats and a coxswain better than to have them s r.ippeu ou , 01 ft BtlKLLT UnUVt 1 n.-rt'viLii . t t 1 1 1. I herewith -he boats T'ac!i Length, forty- incnes; i AUTO ON WRONG SIDE j A crrtlOV- THE CO., VAN-BARKLEY in "THE MORNING ATTER." MASTER JLSUnE VAN. Wise & Milton a:id Latest motion pictures t : 1 etui 'Jf iC(' oi racing ' Lai- 4 " , 5 virni.hel and to be crated and de livere.l on tl "The approximate 1 two boats arc I rty-one ftvt; dei'th, ti;nteo:i bnil-1 and deiiv j above tnr t 1 able as follow a 3 bea- ing 1 ! harf in an tranci-i-". dimecsions ot tne r..-.v- LeUgtli. t hirt v six i'lches : 1 one-half ir.ehe; 1 t .-.liver these ai- e net sum or ? 10. o. r-.-; One-third on the si?n- one-third wceu tne d ? he balnne when 1 vered. depth the s depth seventee , of the ojiirac :,t k. -i. ! 1 i 'u 2 is c his iett T -a r toIWiT King, Torb r. g ti savs in HCOMOBILE "Tie Pot iv.TiU t. ar America Torbert to See to It. 5 have had Keenan draw op the , f,-,- ie two ooats ucii-""J i accented oy xe and the Mvrtles. wui ,:.,-.vi fT,d returned to me at .;;'ou mi-ht better have the two ted now and not rush iveouai. case. Oi 1 , , - .... 11. r.l .5 1 n xr. vv'.tri M1,1 III illl'l lie " nb.-u the water we had to pi there. lie savs h of thirteen inches would not w as the Kozers boat w.th n lI;C!.e iir iit- - see ? rlatter on the bottom n,.t, al more buoyant. He uch pleased witn lerer where J on giyi 1 to do as he please?. ".s -':it a boa: fertv or f'rty Lo .-n-lth would be a better an! s i -el our swells better r. -er b..;it ar. i. a I was tell-re-rd:i.i: the Alt Kogers ' Tr' , v.. ,,i.;s i- is -hit on that l-rr le ght bv J. Torsal Kiev was heard j 111 fit-i,i-a v. .... WO TP.. I II VI'MIl n inches, inis :s auuiu j ,.; Regarding the 1 .o- n..t..ia t nnk This matter ; a 'a.r.st "-.nrge i-i.i.w. ----- ,., . . ... 1 . 1 ru:iy ;- t 1; (-'.-' e Robinon s court ye- eiu. ., u;l' ; ' ;,irv. The ca-e was not ha shea V..v3f with I .... 1 ..-hi v., Atinr.d today. l-.C 11 a-r i" , or six at a ii' 1 s arr-at - be ff setk jjr.d leir r.s:a 1 at vt-rv c.ai The ca-e was .: t:n .e tod'iV- ay,,a4ics for a broken arm i ned when HeeK!ey 1? J" , ' . . . .1, V, : .-, h-ive ism hnu nwn " , n-e"vla:.rtifT wa riding a horse. 1 in h:s testimony cv . riding on the neat . et trceu ; GRADE CLOTHING then you will admit you have never seen anything to equal them. They are in two and three-piece suits. Worsteds, Cheviots, Cassi meres, Flannels, French Alpaca, Self-Stripe and Blue Serges. THE LATEST 1911 Patterns In Stripes and Checks They are the product of the best makers, the materials are excellent, the tailoring faultless, the' styles pleasing to the quiet and to the fashionable dressers. It is to the interest of every man to par ticipate in this great clothing event; plain tn say, we give good, solid, honest value and value sticks out all over our clothing. PRICED FROM $6.5) TO $21.50; WORTH 40 TO 65 PER CENT MORE. Be fore buying any clothing look at our goods and prices. It will convince you of our great money savers. Time. satd he wa i.-:, c.,o(,t nlxrct six tee- . i i s er f i ; be wa? ! o ked . when the machine -.-i.-. r, thp .street ana a ar.d badly hurt .iv.ag-j -s the i!a ntitt ana own THE the ps.vt sel for 1 LEADER O 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o I) o 0 o 0 contra ene'osed wr ia Li.- Vi-te sigrc: t!;ir s; ea wav. sh.'T'er and makes i i ,,n Torbert jays he wiu i two hosts are made as r.-ble so that the A SKEPTIC. j P:, .. "IV. a frail it's ?oing to ''ILbwl-Oh I think not. I jti: saw I ;i,e weather nv.it g-ng d-wn :- street, .in umbrella.'7 Ph,laneli.n;a Bee- Harrison Building. Fort Street. Opposite Japanese Consulate OPEN EVENINGS Q i IPC u o Q I boats sta Healasis wi both i . j t be wrk Inter. ou will taen cr. My a t - - ji'RniAN CARRIAGE I i I will see tat CO., LTD. them in g '- f-'a03