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TAIN L?r THE ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. 1492
HONOLULU, H. I., THUHSDA.Y, MAKOU 2i, 1901).
Price 5 Oenth.
OAHU RAILROAD REPORT
HOlOKiHIKI WILL GuiNI'EST
I J ' ' I m. I
jlj u uurj ir
The BULLETIN offers to the per
t ions who, between February ist and
' July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
hit Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 470.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, Q2 and 94 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is light road wheel, weighing rJbs ,and
Modeloo a heavier road wheel, VK24 Jb.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
efthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.,' sgents
'for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made bftween the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
Sad Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
li . chine, $00.00.
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillitlng shuttle and top cover,
that with vlbiating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine-will be (urnUhed bv B. Ber
ber sen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Prcmo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, St., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
ssed with either Plates or Films'. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, j
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Hod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
Thlsls the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet invented. It Is to be
el'.ctf d from the stock of the Bergstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
nust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
'flons will be counted In this contest as
inl'w subscriptions. Each name must be a
na fide addition to the subscription lists.
Tj. Subscriptions should be stnt In. as
Soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
, subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Tor these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
. entitling the holder to cast so manv votes
for the Captain of his choice according to
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: fS.oo per year,
tixa for three months; strictly in advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
umber of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant pair or Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the best that can be obtained and may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes which appear
each day In the upper right hand corner of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
1 MONTHS ls.o VJTES
6 MONTHS 350 VOTES
1 YEAR 753 VOTES
The standing of the contest Thursday,
morning, vlarch 20, was as follows. This
list will x changtd every morning until
the contest Is decided. ,
CAPT. SIMERSON - .".....6191
CAPT. CAMERON 6026
CAPT. CLARKE f. 3278
CAPT. PEDERSEN -2140
CAPT. BRUHN - 2327
CAPT. MCDONALD 750
CAPT. TULLETr- 367
CAPT. FREEMAN 284
CAPT. MCALLISTER .... 226
CAPT. J. DOWER 174
CAPT. SAMSON 78
CAPT. PARKER 24
CAPT. DUDOIT ,... 14
CAPT. J. ULUNAHELE 12
CAPT. NICHOLSEN - 0
CAPT. WEISBAR TH '. - 9
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. HAGLUND 4
CAPT. CAMPBELL 1
CAPT. GREGORY 1
Hack 8tsnd Abolished.
Minister Young has given notleo
that all hack stands of the city on the
public streets will bo ubollsbed Sep
tember 30, 1900. This will requiro the
majority ot tho ownora ot hack to
soek now stands on prlvato property.
Tho majority ot faahlonablo people
ot Honolulu rather buy their hats In
Iwakaml'a Hat Department than any
PAUL SMITH IN BATTLE
Gets Into Action Early and Acquits
Capt. Thomas Millar Graphically Describes Phil
Ipplne Skltmlibei Has Hub to Say
About Former Captain of Co. A.
Captain Thomas Mlllnr, 40th In
fantry, U. S. V., writes from Daraga,
Albay Province P. 1., February 17,
1900, to his "Dear Chaplain, Friend
and Brother Scot," Andrew Drown.
His letter has a good deal to say about
Captain Paul Smith, who resigned the
captaincy of Co. A, N. O. II., and tho
mastership ot tho government dredga
to tako Uncle Sam's commission. It
also contains somo excellent descrlp-
tlvo writing, really good book stuit,
which for want of space must reluc
tantly bo omitted from tho oxtrncts
"Captain Paul Smith sits at the
other end of this tablo In a spacious
room of Daraga church Inditing an
cplstlo to his wife. " Our voy
ago to Manila was delightful and Cap
tain Smith proved an inspiring aug
ment to our social life. On reaching
Mnnlla wo were sent to tho water
works, nnd Smith being stationed In
ono camp and I In nnothcr wo did not
foregather qulto so often."
Captain Millar describes a beauti
ful valley and Its Inhabitants and pro
"Across that valley and tho hills a
company went onco In fix days on rc
connolsnnco duty, tho dlstanco to tho
foothills being about seven miles.
There, Captain Smith distinguished
himself. It was reported that tho In
surgents held Antlpolo across tho foot
hills twelvo to fourteen miles away.
The doughty Smith captured a native
and made him lead tho way across tho
hills, aud surprised the Inhabitants ot
that town by marching in thcro with
the company. Smith wan entertained
by tho priest or 'padro' and returned
with valuable Information, reporting
a hard trip and, a good tlmo. Ho was
afterward stationed at Tfty Toy, a town
with a ruined church and Innumerable
nlpa huts on Laguna da Day.
"On February 4 wo embarked on tho
Francisco Reyes bound for Lcgaspl, a
port on tho southeastern coast ot Lu
zon. We had been camped on Luncta
at Manila since January 27 awaiting or
cdrs to proceed to tho Island of Minda
nao, and our friend Smith had been
entertained by a host of ofllcera who
had met him in Honolulu, when news
camo that a battalion of tho 47th In
fantry was In trouble down here and
our battalion was dispatched to Lc
gaspl post hasto
tinitth Welcomes Trouble.
"Wo reached Legaspi In a torrent of
rain and Captain Smith went ashore
In a very rough sea, and brought back
tho nows that tho -17th were holding
Lcgaspl, Albay and Daruga; had con
siderable fighting, two officers boloed
that morning, somo men killed and
seventeen wounded. Next
morning Captain Smith went out re
connoltlrlng with hlu company and
stirred up such a lively fight that Ma
jor Cralghlll had to hurry out with
two companies to his rescue.
"Tho captain went over into tho hills
and chased them two miles, ho and his
company behaving In a very courag
eous manner, capturing u small cannon
and some prisoners. Slnco that tlmo
the captain and his bold lieutenant
(Mr. Cartwell, popularly known as
Cornmeal and Oatmeal) havo been
scouting tho hills with small parties
and making outpost duty very un
wholesomo for tho enemy.
"The 47th returned 'to Legaspi and
Captain Smith and Lieutenants Cart-
(Continued on pago 3.)
Bit o' Scotch Wut.
in his letter to Andrew Drown else
whero quoted from at length, Captain
Thomas Millar gives this ovldenco of
"Tho purser ot tho Indiana told a
Scotch story which you will appre
ciate. Punch bad a picture one tlmo ot
a big, fat termagant of a wife brand
ishing a tattl beetlo ut her husband
who had taken refugo below tho bed.
Tho unfortunato man sticks his head
out under the bed pawn and says: 'Yo
may thresh mo and yo may crack mo,
but ye canna brck ma manly spirit.
I'll no como oot.' "
Go to the Pacific Vehicle and Supply
Co. tor fine carriages.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Cusses
cowan and harris
Rooms ii-ii, y Floor 9 a, m. 4 r. m.
Hour I v.yvy p. m
NANYO HARU A PIONEER
Steamship Line Between Seattle and
Japanese Company Bidding for Trade of (be
North west -Japanese Immigrant Will be
Prominent Factor - Freight for Orient.
Seattle, March 12. Tho Futayama
Company, a closo corporation organiz
ed a year ago In Japan for the pur
pose ot establishing n lino of strain
ers between lokohama and Kobe and
foreign ports, has docld'jj to make
Seattle Its principal port In tho United
States, and this summer will put on
at least one vessel regularly between
here and Yokohama. As business In
creases other vessels will bo added.
11. Yamagulchl, of Yokohama, who
arrived In tho city yesterday, on tin
Nnuyo Maru, which for the past sev
eral weeks has been held In quarantine
at Point Diamond. Is a guest ot the
Seattle. Ho will return on tho Nanyo
Maru as supercargo. In speaking of
tho new steamship company, ho said:
"Tho Nanyo Maru Is hero to load
3,500 tons of flour from tho Centennial
mills, for Yokohama and Kobe. She Is
under charter for this purpose.
Tho Futayama Company was or
ganized for the purpose of doing busi
ness with foreign ports, and as more
freight Is offcreri at Seattle for ship
ment to Japan than at any other Pa
cific coast port, It has been decided to
put on a lino between hero nnd Tokyo,
tho line's headquarters, Yokohama and
Kobe. In tho main the lino will carry
to Japan salt fish, lumber and flour.
In addition to this It will carry from
Seattle to tho Orient any surplus of
freight that tho transcontinental lino
steamers cannot handle.
"In tho beginning only ono boat will
bo put on, but If tho trade demands It
moro will be added until tho trndo Is
accommodated. Whether tho Nanyo
Mnru will be selected for the run I do
"Tho company has recently purchas
ed four largo steamships, and has char
tered several others. These It is lil
ting up for both passengers and freight
Wo do not expect to carry nny largo
amount of freight from Japan to tho
United States, but can make tho line
pay In passengers. Thcro Is a largo
amount of travel from Japan to the
United States. Tho Nanyo Maru, on
this trip, brought 700' passengers to
Honolulu and forty-eight to Seattle.
"Aside from tho Seattle line, the Fu
tayama Company will run vessels to
other Pacific coast cities, if tho trado
demands. It has already sent ono to
Portland nnd ono to Victoria, B. C
where cargoes wero awaiting shipment
Cnnndlnn Home GuardHtnen.
Androw Drown and M. R. Counter
have received "Fenian raid" medals
from tho Dominion Government, for
their services as volunteers In driving
tho Irish patriots back from tho Ca
nadian border. The medals are at Mr.
Counter's Jewelry store. Thcro is an
old and prominent resident ot Honolu
lu who retired with Oencral O'Neill In
tho 18CG fuss. Ho will not get a medal.
Mr. Counter was at the battle of
Rldgway In I860. Mr. Drown was a'
sapper ot tho 2d Montreal Engineers In
tho affair ot 1870. Tho medals are sil
ver and tho tho slzo of a dollar.
Are They Highbinders?
Editor Evening Bulletin: I notice
In tho Advertlsor this morning that tho
Sco Yups and tho Chlneso United So
ciety contain the only respectable Chl
neso of tho Islands as opposed to tho
Chlneso Progressive faoclety. I desire
to call tho attention ot tho people to
tho fact that ninety pci cent ot the
members of the Chlneso United Society
belong to the proposed Chlneso Pro
gressive Society (Bow Wong) and Its
membership also includes ninety per
cent ot tho See Yups.
Honolulu, March 20.
Bow Wongs All Right.
"How aro the Dow Wongs?" a re
porter satd whllo exchanging greetings
with a Chinese friend ot long stand
ing. "Tho Dow Wongs nro all right," was
the quick response. "They are all good
young men In favor of, reform. The
Consul Is very Jealous"" He wants to
please the Queen Dowager, so she wilt
give him a bettor position."
Smith to Return.
It is said tho political friends of
W. 0. Smith expect him to return to
Honolulu In tho near future to assist
In making up tho slato for tho appoint
ment of judges, etc.
Tho W. O. Hall sails tomorrow at 4
o'clock for Nawlllwlll( Koloa and Ma
kawell. Chas. Downing held for assault with
a deadly weapon will bo hoard next
Best In Its History Progress In All Drpart
mentJ Construction of Cars and Equip
ment Mure Passengers.
The ninth report of tho Oahu Rail
way and 'Land Company to tho stock
holders, for tho year lb99, has been Is
sued. Qco, Pi Dcnlson, acting general man
ager, states tho net cuinlngs to havo
been J212.23S.80, which Is a net gain
of over 11 per cent on tho stock out
standing. Out of this mm a dividend
of G per cent, or t90,3!0, wns paid on
September 1, leaving a balance to net
rovenuo of $U5,858.S0. This added to
tho balanco of net lwvcmio for 1898 of
$205,301.29 makes tho present balanco
of net revenue $381,220.09.
Tho prediction of the general manc
ger in his report for 189S of prospective
steady Increase In freight nnd passen
ger tralllo has met with full realization.
In 1899 there was carried 197,148 tons
ot freight,' as against 120,420 tons In
1898. Earnings on transportation were
$281,025.00, as against $149,390.02 for
tho previous year. Thenn figures show
an Increase of over 55 per cent In ton
nage, and over 88 per cent in earnings.
Passengers carried In 1899 number
ed 230,482, as against 153,400 In 1898.
The passenger earnings of 1899 were
$107,081.75, as against $f9,259 for 1898.
Thus tho Increase in passengers was
over 54 per cent, and in fares over 8J
Tho nvcrago earning pur mllo of ronu
operated, was $5,458.72, as against fi,
828 for 1893.
H. H. von Holt still has chargo ot the
ranch department, tho iiet recolpltn of
which wero $27,982.20, nnd net land
rentals $1,224.19. Tho total net gain
from land used for ranch purposes and
sugar cultivation wns $70,200.09, an
Increase over similar earnings for ;he
preceding year ot $l,-VJb.78.
Profits' .t tho land department were
$2,308.67, set against n loss of $1,047.7-.
the previous year. Tho dlffcrenco In
favor of 1899 was $:J,S5C35.
Tho prospective incrcaso in business
all along tho lino Is predicted on the
probablo lncrcaso In tho output of su
gar along tho route nnd other known
Two new road engines havo been ic
cclved, additions nnd Improvements
havo been made to tho workshops and
now work turned out nb follows: five
second class coaches, thirty 30-ton box
cars, twenty 30-ton gondola flat cars,
twenty 10-ton flat cars, two boarding
houso cars for work train, ono plledrlv
er car and four section nush cars.
Near 1 tig completion aio flvo first class
coaches, twenty 30-ton box nnd twenty
30-ton gondola flat cars.
Many Improvements nnd alterations
along tho route are mentioned. Also,
tho harbor Improvements under con
tract and the pending agreement be
tween tho Hawaiian and Federal govern
nients on a scheme which will glvo
room for 7200 feet of wharf frontage,
of which 3700 feet will bo built by this
Capital oxpendtturo for the year for
new rolling stock has been $107,294.31.
That for 1900 will ho comparatively
light. Tho rcservo fund balanco on
December 31, 1898, was $140,080, and
was Increased In 1S93 to $535,025.
Against tho increaso thcro has been a
decreaso of $215,200 leaving a ledger
balnnce of $319,825, tha market valuo
of which Is estimated at $450,000.
MISS KROUT'S LICENSE.
Speaking of tho notleo served on
Miss Krout that a license Is necessary
for public entertainments in Hawaii,
a member of tho pollco department said
this morning, "There id nothing now or
unusual about this matter. Tho law
requires that licenses .hall bo obtain
ed. All entertalnmcnu given by all
societies requiro a llcenso Tho Y. M.
C. A. nnd tho churches always obtain
a license and thcro has never been nny
troublo about It. Tha law gives tho
Minister tho right to remit the fee for
iharltablo affairs which Is often done,
but the llcenso has to be, obtained."
Wrny Taylor, who happened to bo
present at tho conversation, Btatcd In
reply to a question that ho has always
obtained a llcenso for all entertain
ments given for charlinblo purposes.
3penkliig of tho Tuesday night conceit
for tho Hawaiian Rollet Society he said
ho had applied for tho llcenso as usual
md Minister Young had responded,
'If I have not authority under tho law
to, glvo tho llcenso free ot charge, I
will pay tbo feo myself.'
.The law allows tho Minister to give
the license without charging tho feo
In case of ontortalnmtnts tor charitable
Tho agents of tho Gaelic, Hackfeld
& Co.. have been notified that the
npr 1111 leave from San Francisco
Dillingham's Railroad Shows
of Splendid Earnings.
PULLED KNIFE ON CONSUL
Exciting Times This Mornlrg Abont
United States Consulate.
Vice Consul General Boyd Ejects Two Drunken
Sillors One Draws Sntain Kulfe on
Consul General Hijwood.
Thcro wero exciting times about the
United States Cbnsu'ato this forenoon.
Fot1 some weeks past, with tho many
deep water vessels in port, from 160 to
200 sailors have been banging around
tho Consulate. Few of them havo had
complaints to make. They simply
made tho Consulato nud Its approaches
a loitering placo the tamo as tho Ball
ots' boarding houses on tho Mainland.
Consul General Haywood at lust in
structed Vlco Consul (Jenornl Ilovil to
Keep the hall and stall a clear, especial
iy of sailors under the imiutuc tof
liquor. Tho crowding was opt to bo
O.fcnslvn to lnillps. wild limlpr (do nnnr.
antlne arrangements for travelers havo
iu vmii mo onsuiaio in unusual num
bers. This morning two drunken sailors
wero making thcmsclvvs obnoxious In
tho waiting room, when Mr. Uoyd un
dertook to put them out and had to
irasp them by tho collate for that pur
pose. Mr. Haywood looking out from
tho Inner office saw ono ot tho sailors
feeilng for his sheath l.nlfo. He sprang
to a corner nnd got u revolver, with
which ho Jumped out to tho hallway
and cowed tho man out of drawing tho
knife. Mr. Doyd pushed tho men
Shortly afterward Mr. Haywood had
occasion to go out. In tho lower hull
way n sailor made at him with a sheath
knife. Ho laid on tbo fellow's heart
with a cane, beating him back, nnrt
then went his wny. Returning soon
afterward Mr. Hnywool was warned
whllo approaching tho street entrance
that two men weru awaiting hlra
on tho stairway with threats of doing
him up. Ho passed along to the pollco
nation, whero ho lufoimed Captain
Parker that.it was desirable to konp the
lpproachcs to tho Consulato cH.ur of
Captain Parker snt one policeman
to tho Consulato, but Mr. Haywood,
finding that tho pnssigrs were rttlll o
eupled with men liable to attempt
troublo, advised tho policeman to get
enough help to arrest thn disturbers.
Several policemen were brought find
four of tho worst characters wero bom.
behind tho bnrs.
When tho murderous attempt at Mr.
Haywood was mado ono mun cried out:
uon 1 toucn mm. iios a geutlcraan.
It's that of a consul up
stairs you want to get."
POLITICS WARMING LP.
There Is considerable activity In pre
liminaries of both Republican and
Democratic party organization In anti
cipation of both territorial and muni
cipal government. Meetings of promo
ters are being held frequently In pri
vate, from which open meetings for the
rank and fllo will soon develop. T.
D. Murray's call for 11 Meeting In the
Interest of Independent politics next
Tuesday evening Is likely to Uro the
first shot. Like tho Irishman who
wanted to bo burled between his two
deceased wives, Biddy and Norah,
"wld a lnnln' toward Biddy," it is sus
pected that Mr. Murray's combination
will havo a decided leaning toward
tho Democratic party. Colonel James
H. Boyd, first assistant clerk of tin
Interior, Is already trecly spoken of as
tho probablo Democratic candidate for
Mayor ot Honolulu.
The Humane Educator.
"The Humane Educator," a mouthly
magazine published In tne Interest ol
the Hawaiian Society for tho Preven
tion ot Cruelty to Animals, was de
Uvcrcd to subscribers today. Mrs.
Helen W. Craft, tho udltor and proprie
tor of this new publication Is to be
heartily congratulated on tho first Is
suo of this now publication which It it
hoped will have a long i.nd succcsstu
"Tho object of Humuao Educator h
two-fold. It Is, as its name imnllcs. tc
cducato tho community to Its duties lo
wards tbo creatures who nro under in
control, and secondly, lo obtain fundt
for carrying on tho work of the hu
mano society by some other meant,
than by forever carrying around thi
hat. Not that the hut has not alwayt
been well filled when tho demand hat
been made, but It ts thought thai
through a magazine of this kind r
steady Income can ho obtained, und t
far wider clrclo interested In tb
work." i ,
Ono valuablo featuro Is 0 page In Hn
wallan which will attract tho lmmed!
ato attention of Hawaiian drivers. Th
magazlno is a valuablo addition to thr
Journals ot tho IslaudH and ought to
meet with cordial support.
Tho U. S. survoyi'bblp Pathfinder
arrived off harbor thin morning from
Molokal. Sho will probably lcavo foi
The Brother of Tfstatrlx Declares (be
Supreme Court Adjourns Witbuut Doing Aoj-
loiog Else -Claim Against Aotuue Rjm'i
Estate -fire Claims.
Tbo Supreme Court did nothing but
adjourn for tho day this morning.
Edward Kckoa has entered a contest
of tho will of his late sister Annie, who
was widow of tho lato W. L. llolokahl
kl the lawyer. His giounds of conic-sting
the Instrument aro theso:
1. 1 ho document offered for probate,
alleged to bo the last will nnd tcstn
.ueut of the testatrix, Is not her last
..ill and testament.
2. 'the document lit a fraudulent pa
J. Tho purported Inst will was slgn
d by deceased through tho luilucnco
of false repicsentatluuii ami tin tats ot
iitosu living with her at the tlmo.
4. The subscribing witnesses to tho
will aro pecuniarily bcneiitud by the
oxicutlon of the instrument.
J. Mahla Kaneakutt 13 attorney for
Cross interrogations propounded to
John Loefllcr In San Francisco, whose
testimony is taken by commission.
have been filed In his rult against tho
I'aiarnu uroccry Co., Ltd.
The Pacific Hardwaro Co.. Ltd.. by
Its attorneys, Robertson & Wilder,
uiovcs to dismiss tho nppcal of O. W.
Ahoy, defendant to its suit, on the
ground that no appeal lies to tho Su
,ircme Court from tho Circuit Judges In
jury waived cases, also on tho ground
ji want or prosecution.
An affidavit on motion to open de
fault has been mado by defendant In
A. S. Cleghorn, administrator, vs. W.
11. Castle, bill for account. Ho allege
.he presentation ot :i claim against tho
estate of tho late Antono Rosa for $110
md Interest for about three years, and
.hat said estate Is 3olvcnt according to
accounts In court, the total amount ot
jlalnis liable to bo pressed being
J9032.G7, and valuo of assets $13,079.37.-
Flro claims havo been filed by Geo.
.Mat for $110.25 and Ah Chung for
Judgo Perry Is still hearing from
yesterday tho death benefit claim of
Irs. Gomes against tho Portuguese
lutual Beneut Society.
Bids for Plpclfiylng.
Tenders for laying sewer pipes wer
ipened at tho Interior office at noon,
ne ronowing being bidders: Vincent
Belser, Victor Hoffman, J. H. Wll
.on, Fred. Peterson of Oakland, Cotton
Jros. & Co. and W. J. Schmidt. As
lorao figuring Is required, tho contract
a not yet awarded.
Mark Up Hour Dn h.
1:30 p. m. Tho sudden death
of a Portuguese caused a mo
mentary alarm today, but tho
cause proved to haw been con
sumption. Mark four clean
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN-
AIN PEN. All BiZiB, all shapes. H. F.
Tho Maul sails tomorrow nt 5 o'clock
ar Mahukona, Honuhlr.a, Ookala, Pa-
i Hnknlnii nnd Ooknla.
We have the moit safisfac
orv SHOES riht in hand
'ow, for this spring walking
hat we have ever offered at
This snue has been made to
he times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Manufacturars' Shoo Go,
11 f ,4 .
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