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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. JAiTTARY 17, 1902.
1 .JTYSAH MOKE A TTFV YPTT713 X3L J. JLl-J V.XJlJJ.1 SECURES DB. GARTER'S GHEGKS ' FALL INTO FAME BY DROPPING! FROM COCOANUT TREE NEST. Elrd Becomes a Linguist Talks to , -Papa" and "Mama" and Asks tor r at ....... "Kaukau" Sustains Severe Loss by Family Indiscretion Goes Woo4ng and Starts Housekeeping. The nynah bird Is so common In tttcM bteade that only few people take th trooWe to notice the saga- rlty of the little fellows who Hve in j UM trees Of garuene ererj nc. . Mm, people do not even know that) tele easily Uad when caoght Voaag j jt&d ihl he csa acquire the faculty of j ONMOSiwtag words very readily. Ah' tBtetosUag wasurte of a tame and' ttJXtMf; mynh Wrfl is found at -Ma-kso, I Jr. Carter's place, on thfe other cid of the island, and Moke, or Moses, for such is tWs mynsB's name. Is known to almost ever- one who tut vlsftarf lbs Anrtar. MM ... " Moke Falls Into Fame. i Moke simply fell late -. 1.. ilw&n.MlAw M f lftc nr ruwi urn i -. -.. .. ZlJifl H s t.k Into the' boose by Dr. Carter and fed with bread sad milk until he was able to look out for himself. He ou grew Into a fine bird and began to Sly boot, but although his wings were nwr clipped or any other restriction out an bis liberty, he always Biayed around the house. It vs t this period that Moke ic t i..HiAjlnA nf else knmati Is 11 pin.uu(..i..-."i gaage. my fflonmiRWiw , cowe flrfni: In throHRh the window to attend breakfast He would first an noanoa himsolf as "Ioke.M He would then pay his respects to Dr. and Mrs ! In Ikrniwli th -IflmlOW LO ? ""IT'.u ".r Tu!15. Dated January 10, 1902 .M k. ,.i. -i,t-- whPrn,on' be would stalk around on the table selecting bits of fowl from the differ ent pistes. Moke'o Costly Indiscretion. When be was about elgliumonin off a silent Indiscretion with another, myash-s ife cost Moke two toes an. 4be Irate husband also pulled out much of Noke-s newly acquired fenth-1 er cott. ! Moke immediately went to Dr. Car ' tjr, as he always did when he was in ' trouble, and got patched up. The les-i son hsd evidently been n good one. lor ss soon as Moke was presentable ssalu lie went a'wooing and won a yoong lady mynah bird with whom he tuned housokeoplng in a cocoanut ireo ner the house. Here Moke Aullt what must have been the finest nest for miles. He mrtided the house and stole anything he could lay his claws on. Moke a Financier. Cotton, bread, bills, receipts and rtgnretle papers disappeared in such t ftosaUties that at last the doctor, found U necessary to make a mid on. Moke's nest, as a couple of checks ere missing. Notwithstanding Moke's evident disgust his nost was searched tad tbe mi&ing papors found together with a heterogenous collection 01 ! thing which had been missing from time to time, j A short while afterwards Moke was! blessed with an addition to his family 1 which took up so much of his atten- Bo Ott from being somewhat of a dnie be beenmo a. hard working, serl- ous bird. Ho soemod to forget hisj vocabulary also. It being character-1 tstlc liuit the only word he useu WHS "kSttkRU." Moke's Wife Tamed. Moke still lives and reigns at Ma kao. He Is the boss of the mynah bird colony at that place, probably becsns of the wealth which his as sociation with humanity enables him U acquire. Moko's wife hns also be-j Cttme 4U tamo and will come up onj the. wiaoow sill durlug meals, while Sl'o,ke takes her choice bits from tho; Cmhc. I Dr. Carter has made it a point Jtot observ tho life of other mynahs' cloeely. and has found that these iu-. tfltigent birds possess many Interest" mg traits which are well worth no ticing. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The following transactions in, real -estate ssvo bn recorded: 1' r?LCMe?v?an,If7 5 1Jf" tt Ethel M. AU and husband to Hoa- JRliUl v.joo; ucvu; juicrcsi in "ivui. JRS Keloa. Kauai; $110. Book 229, page MS. Dated November 20, 1901.'. Lalka Aka and husband to Hoaka-'r.. M qrowell; deed; Interest in KuL 5f ' ?Z ? ? ?i CharJos Aki and wife to lloakalel CroweH; deed; Interest In Kul. v.123., Wailaaa. Koloa. Kauai; $100. Book U9 page 329. Dated December 3. iVV- . , , , , . , i . nsniiKuii in 1 Jiarn' aki: nptii: 1 s 1-. SbSk -l intorvt iu ivm. ou. ivwioa. xvauai; . ao. . . - " jhis mouth In, great long strings. I ping at all points in San Joaquin Tal ceoiogr . 1501. j am positive that if I had not got that . ley. Correspoadlcg train arrives at Pttrosheph and wife to Joe Galhoffe of COUf;h cedidne, my bovtS:40 a. cu, daily. d&ed; land patent 4531. Nahlku, Koo-'WOuld cot be 'on earth . today.-Joel J n,c c.7. lau. sl: $100. Book 234. page 15. jjj Iawood Iowsu " OFFlCES-41 Market SL, and fa Dated December 20. 190L , j ,, j Ferry Depot San Francisco. Recorded Janar. 7, 1902. Call np pjjone 15 and oar gsnJns W. G. jRWINACO, P Mahado to M. R, Maia; ed; on Bookbiuding and Iiuling.Rcpublicafli, --- h Agents, ,HonskiI. rr- t- ttnn .. .- t-.j t lots I and 10, block P, Kalulani tract, . Honolulu. Oahn; 5500. Book 221, nsra13fi TVsaA Tannanr "lOfl C. Achf and wife to W. K. Cas-, tie Jr.; deed; portion Ap. 1, R. F- S23, Kul 1226, Koiulu. Honoluln. Oa-s ha; IS090. Book 23L, page 140. Da-' Ted October IS. isoC 1 Pilolo land &. Improvement Com: VST. Limited to L. Sonza; deed; loisi 11. 12. 13, 14, 15 and 16. block 102.' Palolo tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $2503.! Boct 231, page 14L Dated January , iS02. Recorded January 8, 1902. ; rv nduditrduu duu uuauaiiu iu a , K. Kabaleanu and husband to R RaL , Waimea, Kanai; twenty years at JZoO Book 22S, page 426. Dated January 4, 1902. K. Kaikainabaole to Sing Chong &. Co.; lease; two Apanas o( R. P-1 10S2. KuL 69. Ap. 2, of R. P. 10SS. Kul. S221, Honoulluli. Ewa. Oahu: len years at J3S. Book 22S. page 437, Dated January 6, 1902. KailKoiani et ai u u. v. uooin; deed; Aps. 1 and 2, R. P. 4216. Kul. 5759. Pahoehoe2, ..orth Kona, Ha - wall; $150- Book 234, page 1C. Da-j ted January S, 1902. I Dowsett Company, Limited, toLow!ana- Laupahoehoe. Will leave here fori Kee; lease: 933-1000 acres land, Nuuanu valley. Honolulu, Oahu; five years at $123 64. Book 22S, page; 43S. Dated November 20. 1501 Snir K"po tn Hon Sinir Yin Comna-5 n:,nmnt f ioco- 7 QQ.vtnnniby team, so have sent word to Mr. j , o - , acres lqnd. Nuuanu valley, Honolulu, fame andsuanu 1, DOUK Pab "' ' V . A 1 111 II ,WtCuiuc4 u uwi. Lau Yin and wif to C Spreckels Company; mortgage; portion R. 10SS, Kul. 170. Kapuukolo, v, 1..1.. 1 Oahu: $1500. Book 230, page c, Daffl .lanuarv S 1902. I Keluia to E. A. Mott-Smith: lease; . portions Kul. 104S. Auwaiolimu, Ho nolulu, Oahu; tenyears at ?75. Book 1902. 22S,p page 441. Dated January 1, Recorded January 10, 1902. C W. Booth and wife to J. A. Buck; deed; interest in Grants 2130, . iV,n nn.l Vflmnfe Hilo - . - Bnn1r , ae 143 " - ---.. --, j o - Dated January 9, 1902. W. R. Castle, trustee, to M. Ba rete; release; piece land, Kalihi, Ho nolulu, Oahu; $500. Book 199, page Recorded January 7, 1902. M. K. Perry; plan and survey; 1 47-100 acres land. Manoa road, Ho nolulu, Oahu. Book 224, page 4S2. ' Dated January 4, 1901. i Recorded January 8, 1902. pang rjhong and wife to Lum 1 caused the water to rise so it flowed Soong; ueeu; one-eighth interest injover the surface of the roadwav and porUon Ap 13 Kul 10S06. corner Ku SOQn ait ,t a destroying all the kul aIld Fort streets, one-eighth ter-, ' brfdees are tin- ost in ieasehold. Fort street, Hono- n,a8 or; The 1,ris.eS f,re un Jul,,. Oahu; ?1 and mortgage $1000. ! questionably the proper thing. nnni. 93 tro 17. riatpd Sentember ' 2S( is99. 0w. Uo t0 j jcoar; deed; one- sixteenth in portion Ap. 13. Kul. 10S06. corner Kukui and Fort streets, one sixteenth interest in leasehold, Fort street. Honolulu, Oahu; $1,66G.GC and mortgage ?500. Book 234, page IS.. Dated January 4, 1902. j W. C. Achi and wife to P. Luiz; , deed; lot 21. block 6. Kap'iolani tract, ( Honolulu, Oahu; 500. Book 234, page 20. Dated January G, 1902. H. E. Waity to J. W. Austin; chat I tel mortgage; leasehold. King street. Honolulu. Oahu; S30.000. Book 230, Mage .157. Dated October 23, 1901. Bank of Hawaii, Limited, to W. C Achi; partial release; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 12. 13. 15 and 16, block G, lots 13. 1G. 17. IS and 19, block 5. Kaiulani tract. Honolulu. Oahu; $1000, Bo-k 230. page 1S9. Doted January S, 1902 w, J. White and wife to C. Brown; mortgage; lots CG. 77 and 7S, Pawaa tract, Honolulu. Oahu; $2250. Book 230, page 190. Dated January' 6, 1902. Recorded January 9. 1902. r. b. French and wife to S. C Allen; chattel mortgage; leasehold, buildings, etc.. near Vineyard street. Honolulu. Oahu; $600. Book 232, page , 29. Dated January S,1902. S. K Ka-ue ami wife to A. Garvie; mortgage; portion Ap. 1 and 2. R. P. 337S. Kul. 7175. leasehold, Kalihi, Ho nolulu. Oahu; $500. Book 232, page 31. Dated January S, 1902. W. C. Achi and wife to J. F. de Costa; deed; lots 21 and 29, block 9, Kapiolani tract. ?1000. Book 229. Januarv 7, 1902. Honolulu. Oahu; page 331. Dated. Recorded January 10, 1902. r. Kuaiii to sun Kwong sing Com-j pany; lease; portion Grant 161, Ma- not, Honolulu. Oahu; ten years atj $60. Book 22S, page 443. Dated Jan-S uary 10. 1902. Wahea to Wo Hop Kei; lease; lot 22. Kaknako, Honolulu, oanu: eigntj years eight months at $60 per year.j Book 22S, page 444. Dated April 21, J 190c. M- Barete to F. F. Ryan deed: I oa Grant 34S5 Kalihi, Honolulu Oahu; $1500. Book 231, page 144. f 'Dated December 20, 1S0L . A Little Boy's Life Saved. t have a few words to sav regarding, .. ii.- -. v -o j ttTed mtle Ufe , eel a botUe of lt from A- E- Stecre ot. Goodwin s. D 1J. S. A and when I t home with R lhe p0Qr babr hardlv broath. t cave th mlf Ine djrected ercrT ten antU he -threw up" and then I thonght ui sua tutu 1 ""MwMcWmMfrrMM rVv-WKmrtnrt. I sure he was going to choke to death. - hnft . nnU tv -v,- nnf nf " ' - ' . .- ,v . va.n ikhv w CAMPBELL REPORTS ON IMPHOYEMESIS NEW BRIDGES BEING ERECTED. i Walker Did Not Overestimate the Damages Done by Floods Travel! Between Papaaloa and Laupa hoehoe Will be Open Scon. ' Assistant Superintendent, of Public arks Marsion Campbell has written i to Superintendent J. H. Boyd concern ing new bridges and other improve-! meats on Hawaii. The letter is dated Papaaloa. January 14th, and Is as fol lows: - f "Steamer Maul arrived Sunday morning at Laupahoehoe and dls- charged the large timber. The balance - ... , - j aBU iron ar " ..ksi at ra-, paaIoa. Aork has actively begun on the framing and by end of this week I travel will be open between this place; Hij0 Wednesday morning and com-j ,. i1IIS:noSS thpro. Fridax- will . t leave on Kinau for Maui. j It Is impossible to get to Waimea; aoya to meet me at Kawainae. -" ii " uuv wo,!,ore vucj nAmlltiSn nF S vj-vn jI Ipmm UinAhmfl ( to LaUj)ahoehoe. The entire top coat - P-ilnp of macadam has been cashed 'JUUUU1UU ui IUC IUdU i.kJUl uuuuuma; ,( fin,. irytl ?i of nracAiit TrkTiiTnlle n u.. u .t k ,,....v i.,v.UU..- " fnrrtiirnv rnntl. The caves and slides i on the Laupahoehoe paii are very i severe, in places completely blocking 1. the roadway, neccssarv to In several places it was , build extensive retain- ing walls. It will take a couple of 4 months' hard work to repair all the breaks and place the road in its for- mer condition. 1 "Work on the section from Ookalai to Laupahoehoe is going along nicely. There is a lack of labor throughout the entir.e district, which makes it very hard to get labor for the road work. "The cause of the washouts was the small size of the culverts. The creeks brought down large quantities of driftwood and debris of all kinds, which dammed up the opeuiugs and When the Clock Strikes Nine Every morning begins the racs San Francisco to Chicago of the.... California Limited... VTA. TKE The most luxurious train ser vice; electric lighted through out. Perfect in every detail Xo limit to the good things provided for your comfort. OHLY 4 DAYS TO NEW YORK. officeS; 641 Market Street and Ferry. SAN FRANCISCO sSa-s-i-f-a - c" 3Te p- 4,-., , n. -- -' Leave Market Street Ferry Depr.t: 9:00 a. m.. 40 j.. m., S. p. m.. 7:20 a. m. g;00 a. m. train is the California Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping nr5 Tinrt TUnic- Hsrs fhmncrh to Chi cago Cnair Cars run to Bakersfield r accommodation of local first-clasu passengers. No second-class tickets Jff.t00' Fresno locaL CorrespondinSi train ar- rives at 12:30 p. m.. daily. 8:00 p is q overland Express. with through Palace and Tourist ' Sleepers and Free Reclinig Chair . Cars to Chicago; also Palace Sleeper . tra5n ar-trpj- at R-m r. ... dalir. ing train arrives at 6:00 p. m., daily. r.ii . t t.i...snij t .l ...- .-u b. u.. a uuusuciu uvii. awtr- Keep Healthy BY DRINKING ' Cream of Chocolate A pure beverage of great benefit to invalids and children. YOU CAN GET IT AT Salter's Grocer? 0RPHEUM BLOCK. if The Complete Process of rpaintin? a carrLpe necessi tates sometimes the patting on of as many as 16 COATS of Iiead Paint, Filling Paint, Color Paint and Rabbin;? Varnish, and only then is it ready for the final SlKEPDsG. All Carriages that are brought to as go throngh all this ad more, the old paint is burnt off and every three coats of lad are pumice stoned off smooth and when we let it go ont of the Shops yoa could not tell it from a new one. 1 J Bring in Your Old Looking Chariot and Have it Resurrected. W. W. WRIGHT, CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER King Street 1 j5 Wm.G.Irwm&Cr: LIMITED- REFKED SUGARS Cube and Granulated. PABAELXE PAliNT COS Paints. Compounds and Bulldlnt Papers. PAIXT 0ES, Lucol Raw and Boiled. Linseed Raw and Boiled. INDURINE Water-proof Cold-water Paint, In side and outside: In white and colors. FERTILIZERS Alex. Cross & Sons high-grade t Scotch fertilizers, adapted for J sugar cane and coffee. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fer- tilizers meal. and finely ground Bone STEM PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic sections pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESS CJLOTBS, Liuen and Jute. CEHEXT. LDIE & BRICKS Agents For i WESTERN SUGAR REFINING flO- 1 San Francisco, Cal BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Philadelphia, Pa., TJ. S. NEWELI, UNIVERSAL MILL. CO., (Manf. "National Cane Shredder" Newark, U. S. 1 OHLARDT & CO., Sau Francisco, Cal RISDON IRON WORKS. AND LOCOMOTIVE, San Francisco, CaL ' Furniture Work a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Executed, j SING LEE TAI CARPENTER CONTRACTOR PAINTER Honolulu. H.I. 54 King Street Sns Wing Lnng Co. K. YAU TOUNG. Manager. Corner Alalcea & Xinr Sts. FRUITS and FRESH OYSTERS by avery boat. KONA COFFEE, KONA BUTTER, GUAVA JELLY. " Goods DeliYered Free CYLINDER PP FOR SALE A CYLINDER PRESS, in good con ditionjust the Press for a Weekly Paper. Will be said at a Bargain. Apply at REPUBLICAN OFFICE. WM. H. BARTHj STAR BLOCK 1290 Fort Street, Near Kakat Street j P. O. BOX SO. I METAL ROOFING j GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS j AND VENTILATORS. j8!cisgisafla5iajnzgrn3Bpujiu83aeBi3! HONOLULU, H. T- T, J. BtSSTT.t. C- X. WATSON f RUSSELL X W4TS3I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOR3-AT-LAW. Magoon Building. Cor. Merchant and Alakea, Streets Phcne Main 328. John A. Hassinger, NOTARY PUBLIC. Agent to Grant Marriags Licenses, etc Removed to the Offices of Macfarlane & Co., KAAHUMAXU STREET. R. Susumago PHOTOGRAPHER. Fine Cabinet Photos Only $3.50 Dozen. peri Cor. of Maunakea and Kin? Sts.i: ; A THOMASUNDSAY iniifachiring Jeweler And Watchmaker t P.O. BOX 544 LOVE IILOCK 530 FORT STREET DR.W.R,B06LI CHIROFOfcUT. Room 18. Arlington Building. CORNS AND INGROWING TOE NAILS EXTRACTED JUOD & 00. Ltd. REAL ESTATE AGENTS and STOCK BROKERS. 307 Stangenwald Building Phone 223 Main. ALBERT KALLWEIT NICE . CIGAR . STAND Adjoining Hotel Stables. Tobaccos of All Kinds. Cool Drinks On Ice. HOTEL STREET, Opposite Hawaiian Hotel. ALBERT BERNDT FIRST CLASS TAILOR. CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER Cleaned and Pressed. HOTEL STREET. j Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite Hawaiian Hotel. French V Laundry 503, Cor. of Beretanla Avo. and Punchbowl bt. All WorkDone "by Hand Lace Curtains, Silk and Sloya Gleaning a Specialty. ABADIE fc CO. eAnpiGlu BntCi., lid 108 KING STREET. G J. WAIiliER, Manager. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS THE EAGLE SALOON GEO. J. CAVANATJGH, Prop'r. Always on tap. 1 Cor. Punchbowl and Halekaulia Sts. !OrocerSe: 51 ' CANNED FRUITS, (CANNED MEATS, CANNED FISH. TEAS, COFFEES, SUGAR, FLOUR and FRUITS. FRANK AVEIRO'S Beretania Street near Alakea. iFirt ElupIoyfflBIlt IgGBCJ t (Japanese and Chinese.) King Street. : : : Cor. Alakea St Cooks, Wait2rs, Servants, House Boys. Garden Boys. Stable Boys, sup plied at a moment's notice. j Costracters reqniring men can ob-l tain them throaea ns. TT REMEMBER ! E. I. REMEMBEE DU SUE Is Still On. REMEMBER ! ! A A' THE advertiser's best friend Is the medinsi through which ha obtains ths biggest returns for his money. One medium which is used by advertisers to a great extent is the circular or booklet. The circular or booklet Is always Ineffective, unless it is verv handsome handsome enough to attract the eye of the man to whom It is sent, no matter how busy he may be. A booklet hand some enough to do this almost always costs from three to four cents apiece. There is the nailing to count In (two cents a copy, of course); there is the trouble in getting a list of names and in addressing. Altogether the cost will fignre up to about seven cents a copy for a good booklet Two thousand Circulation in a booklet is very large. Two thou sand circulation at seven cents is $140. I propose to show that ycu can Invest $110 in nevsparer space and get returns five fold of what you would got through a booklet. t ? I Newspaper Space Is Valuable t In the first place. ther is the cost. For $140 you can get a good-sized space in a newspaper of good circulation for fi quite a long time. You know your newspaper rates; you can figure it out to suit your own instance much better than I can. So much for cost 1 Now for Effectiveness You must tell your customers how much your goods are going to cost. An advertisement without a price Is like meat without salt It will do you no good. How can you put 3 si I prices In a booklet when you are doing a strictly retail bual- y ness"? You have competitors; you have to change your -J prices constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other exi- V gencies. The first change of a price will kill the effective ness of a booklet, and when are you? Your advertisement in a newspaper may be changed as many times as you de sire. You are constantly up-to-date. The Newspaper Is Effective Any kind of a newspaper has more circulation than you can obtain through a booklet for 5140. Newspapera reach the heart of the home. Every one rends them, and they are far more certain to obtain close attention than any printed matter which you would send. If you sent printed matter of your own accord to persons who do not know you, you would be putting yourself face to face with them without a guarantee. They have nothing to judge the quality of your goods by. and they can only take what you say on our own paper and in your own way. Anybody caa say as much as they please. When your matter appears In a newspaper of good circu lation and good standing, the newspaper is a guarantee for what you say. Newspapers are always particular as to whom their advertisers are. (I speak of good newspapers always.) Your ads will gain a value besides their Inherent one. They will be vouched for, and this is not to be despised. You have a certain fluctuating trade, which Is always valuable, and which needs seme sort of an Introduct'on to your store. This Introduction the newspaper gives you. Good Paper Adds. Dignity You are kTu oy the company you keep, you know, and If your ads appear in a paper whlci holds itself up be fore the masses as a leader, you will be known as a patron of what is good, and you will obtain trade from those whom it i3 worth trading with. On all scores I consider newspaper advertising by far the best. On the score of cheapness; on the score of being able to constantly change your announcements; on the score of direct and immediate returns; and on the score of being introduced to people, to strangers, as a store which can af ford to announce its news to every one in a dlgnlfled and straightforward manner, and this Is the manner which bring3 trade that pays. FRANKLIN BURNHAM, New York City. I fi i. a: fi fi fi r6 1: fi The above article, written by one of the best-informed advertising men In the country, is In line with the business policy advocated and maintained br THE HONOLULU RE PUBLICAN. His description of a good newspaper and its superior merits as :ra advertising medium is distinctly appli cable to an essentially reliable and dignified family paper of large circulation, such as THE REPUBLICAN. fi ft 'A' xtJtt3t:xytx: The Union Express Co., , Office with Evening BiHetii. ,10 King Street -:- -:- Telephonb 6 , We move safes, pianos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. I We sell black and white sand. ' We meet all incoming coast steamera, j We check baggage on all outgoing W. LARSEN. Manager. Board, $4.50 per week Meals. - -.- 25c Each ! mnn mn m mm. ZV2BYTBIN'& N2W, CT.EAK and FRESH. J r t)e popular festaurapt BUhel Street, back o PostoSce. - J dial's BIG HtEMEMBEB L .V v V 2 y i y y y v y y y y VI y ;y v ;y y y y ENCORE SALOON Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigar RYAN 4 DEMENT. Northwest corner Hotel and Nuiwja Streets. DEPOT SALOON Honolulu Brewing and Halting Draught and Bottled Beer. King street, opp. O. R. & L. Co. Depot RYAN & DEMENT, Prop. Nuuanu Street. Back of Club Stables. Fine Bath House. Fine Barber "House, Fine imported Cigars, Fine Boot Polish Stand. v i X "ir