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Who Is; Your Favorite School Teacher?
VOTE EARLV AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1510.
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July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
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The wlnMrWttw ist prize Is it liberty
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the looo Cleveland Bicycle. MuJel 94 Is
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Modeloo a heavier road wheel,- wt 24 Ion.
The bicycle to be selected trom the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Clevetand Bicycles. (The choice may
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Models, should the winner of ist prize be
Ind Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
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The winner of this prize may choose
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that wltb vibrating shuttle and cabinet
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eat Improvement on the Gramo
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This Is the loudest and most natural
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elected from the stock of the Berftstrom
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D8CAPCD IN IRONS.
A reward ot 910 has been offered by
Lieutenant Commander Pond of tho
Iroquois for the apprehension nnd de
livery aboard ot James Whaloy. poa
man, who left the ship between 9 and
10 o'clock last night
Wlialey escaped from tho Iroquois
oo about tho 7th Inst, and a roward ot
$10 was then offered for his apprehen
sion. The officers did not sur-ccea in
getting any cluo to his whereabouts
until yesterday afternoon whe-n
Mounted Patrolman Sidney Smith ar
rested him at tho home of somo natives
In Kakaako. Ho was taken to tho po
lice station and then to the'lioquols.
He was put In Irons at the lime men
tioned, again escaped, presuumotv still
in Irons. How. Whaloy accomplished
tho feat III mystery.
Knmalo Stockholders Aot.
W. A. Hcnshnll was chairman and R.
M. Duncan secretary of a mooting of
stockholders ot the Kamnio Sugar Co.
last night About 15,000 sharps wero
represented. The meeting was unani
mous for continuing to the bitter end
tho fight over the allegedly unlawful
appropriation of $35,000 by th-3 promo
ters. It was also decided 10 opposo tho
proposition for amalgamation of the
company with tho American Sugar Co.
An nnspiMment of 2 'A cents n Hlutro Wai
invli-it nn those nrcsent to nay rviwnses
of an Injunction to stop tho advertised
sale of delinquent' stock until pending
miration be determined. Mr. Hitch
cock, the lone director who is with tho
dlBsatlaOcd stockholders, complained
of being refused access to H.o com-,
pany's books. This ho held sulllclent
ground for tho courts to grant an In
junction. Subp on Knunl. -
Kauai steamers bring tho following
report of sugar left on Kauai yester
day afternoon: K. 8. M 20,000; V.K.,
4,000; "Diamond" W., 3.000; Mak., 22,
500; O. ft R., 1050; McB 7,500; K. P.,
15,000; L..P.. 45,000; H. M., 17.000; M.
8. Co., 29,000; It B. C, 19,000. Total,
Kauai Shipping Notes.
The steamers from Kauai report as
follows on tbe shipping matters of that
Island: Kauai at Walmea and Keau
hou at Hanamaulu. Doth discharging.
Very little rain at Koloa. Charles
Nelson at Hanamaulu with 91000 bags
of sugar aboard.
WORK IS NEAKLY FINISHED
Council of Slate Has It Bills Reed;
f r Ik rd Reading.
133,000 for Irctirables hosp'lal Iosprctor G d-
eral of Schools Scored -Petition F.cm
Notib Koni Suggestions.
Tho Cbiincthof, Stato met at 3 p. tn.
Wcdncsduy. TKerc were present Presi
dent Dole; vMtnlstera Mott-Smlth,
Young and Damon and Councilors Isen
bcrg, Achl, Ena, Allen, Ka-nc, Qon
salves, Jones, Gear, Bolto, lloblnson,
The minutes of tho previous meeting
were read and approved.
The secretary read a petition from
tho residents of North Kona asking
that certain roads In tho district, de
tails of which were given with amounts
necessary tor each, be widened, extend
ed or repaired at a total cost ot $63,
000 and that $,20,000 bo appropriated
for tho extension and Improvement or
the wharf at Kallua which had becomo
an absolute necessity. Tho petition was
laid on tho table to bo considered wltb
Mr. Iscnbcrg under suspension ot the
rules Introduced and had referred to
tho proper committees several bills for
newspaper subscriptions and advertis
ing. Tho reading of Act 4 was taken up
section by Bectlon.
Mr. Kaulukou under suspension of
tho rules Introduced an Item, "Sub
sidy for Hospital for Incurables, $25,
000." He had voted against tho origin
al Item, but had found that people were
very generally in favor ot tho aid and
ho felt it his duty to favor the sub
sidy. He therefore moved tho amount
Mr. Allen stated tho terms of the
original motion and tho conditional
amendment that $100,000 endowment
Mr. Iscnberg thought the Govern
ment should help without conditions.
Aid was given the Queen's hospital and
Incurables could not go there. Ho die.
not believe tn the conditional clause,
tho subsidy should 1o given outright
and at once.1 1 ""
Minister Damon said ho appreciated
the generous sentiments of Mr. Iscn
berg, but this matter must be treated
practically from a business standpoint
This had been dono In tho establish
ment of tho Queen's hospital by Ka
mchamcha and his queen, who had
gono around personally and solicited
subscriptions to form a fd'rd, bo that
tho pcoplo would bo directly interested
In tho future of the institution. The
Queen's hospital also received largo
Government aid amounting to about
$(3,000 and It was still receiving liber
al support from private citizens. Now
this hospital for- incurables,, which
was so greatly needed, could be put
upon a similar business footing. The
Government would aid liberally, It the
people havo raised $100,000 to make It a
permanent thing. Then thoro would bo
no doubt of Its success.
Minister Young said when previous
efforts had' been made In this direction
somo had objected that, if tho hospital
was not endowed It would bo certain
to break down. Ho thought $100,000
could bo raised; there was one-half
that amount already promised him. He
would Hko $5,000 set aside for tho Im
mediate needs ot the temporary hos
pital for Incurables.
Upon tho vote being taken it was
unanimous, and the Item ot $25,000
for a hospital for incurables was in
serted, as amended.
At this point Mr. Bolto, under sus
pension of the rules, asked President
Dole If ho jad not In January made the
statement before tho Council of State
that tho Court of Claims should havo
on It a majority of business men.
President Dolo explained that he did
not remember, but It was posslbio ho
had made such a statement After moro
thougut, however, ho bad found tho
difficulties In the way so great that it
was thought better to mako tho Court
of Claims a legal Court composed
, largely of lawyers,
I Mr. Bolto: "But they nro all law-
ricsldont Dole: "Yes, that la tru3."
Tho reading ot Act 4 was coutlniiiid
by Inserting a total of $1,E63,291.2U In
section 2, lino 41, after which the bill
was passed as a wholo and referred to
tho Finance committee to print.
Second reading of Act 3 was nt onco
Mr. Jones moved that tho four Items
under tho postal bureau,, for tho salar
ies ot eleven clerks, be 'stricken 3ut,
as restricting the postmaster In em
ploying help, and he bo allowed to hire
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
t DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
ROO3 ll-lt, rd Flonr t 9 A, M. 4 P. M.
Hours 1 r.io 9:10 r. m
clerks out of tho lump sum nf $16,200,
as ho saw (It
Mr. Kaulukou was In favor of the
motion If he hero paused and
turnca to me Minister of Finance If '
tne postmaster would dbv koo1 saiirlea .
to those who had been In service tor
ten years or more. A man who had
been there ten years got only $.'00 a
month; n poorer clcik at tho next
window, who had been recontl 1 ut in,
got $125 or $100 a month. He hoped
the Minister ot Finance would call tho
attention of the postmaster to tho mat
ter. He wanted men paid without
reference to color or rnco, no matter
whether they wcro white, native, Por
tuguese, pake or Japanese.
Mr. Acht was tn favor of Mr. Jones'
motion. A man could not live on $15
or $50 a month. '
Mr. Gonsalvcs was opposed to thu
motion because an lncrea3o ut salarr
mennt a decrease of help. Cheap men
could bo hired who wero willing lo
accept at the pay stated In the items..
Mr. Gear said he andentood the
items wcia placed in the bill by the
postmaster. Besides he did nut Mlovo
in passing salaries In lump sums. The
postmaster doubtless know before ho
.initio his estimates what ho could get
iood men for; and, as no reduction uf
J10 force or Increaso In piy had been
ABkcd by tho official Det pov.od ou
tho needs of tho department, he
(.bought tho'ltcms should Jt.ind na they
Tho motion to strike out was loft'by
x vote ot flvo to six.
Mr. Iscnbcrg moved that tho item
'Traveling Expenses, Inspector Gen--rnl,
$100," be stricken out Ho said:
"The Inspector General doea mighty
Ittle traveling, and I would like to
iBk the Minister ot Public Instruction,
.vhere the Inspector docs his .traveling,
it Is my opinion that whim ho does
travel ho docs mighty p-wr Inspection.
1 know on hearsay, and Its pretty good
icarsay too, that wnan ho travls
iround, he pops suddenly Into n school
.vhere tho school tcashc-r Is nut In bis
'avor, and with his note book In ban 1,
.sks all sorts of questions ant scares
ho teacher nearly to death, and tHcn
le renders a report that g'M ngulnst
he teacher. What kin 1 of an inspec
Ion do you call that? I want tu go on
ccord In making taw romnrlu
(gainst the appropriation ot this item,
if tho teacher Is not .1 f ivoi-l one, you
may be sure there will he 11 mighty
Oot report sent In -to tievlq'urtoM."
On motion of Mr. Gear f l.SOO us
tiwirttd for upcratlng garbags crema
tory and pay roll, and $11 800 for Board
jf Health steamer nod pay roll.
On motion of. Mr. Achl tho Item for
iny of police, Kauai, was Increased
from $5,000 to $7,000. -
On motion of Mr. Geir 'tbe Item
pay of police, Oahu, was Increased from
110.000 to $25,000. Mr. Gear mid '.be
thought the Increaso .1 necessity owing
to the class of citizens lately coming
tn. Footpads wero 'ippeariiiK en tho
streets and commltMug ac.iiul :obU-ji-
Mr. Jones ot tho Finance commlttov
reported the total ot the bill $527,916 82.
Third reading Bet for Friday after
noon. Adjourned at l:-JG p. m.
Board of Health Does
Big Day's Bosioess
Yesterday was both regular and
special for a meeting of the Board ot
Health. Dr. Wood, president, took tho
chair at 3:25, with him being present
Dr. Emerson, Geo. W. Smith and K. J.
Lowrey. Charles Wilcox, secretary,
started business with the minutes ot
A letter from Mr. Edwards, the sani
tary engineer, on plumbing regulations
was read. He was promised something
on tho matter by Mr. Hering, who de
signed tho Honolulu system, neuillng
the nrrlval ot which he submitted a
few simple rules for Immediate guid
ance of plumbers.
Dr. Garvin had shown these rules to
tho master plumbers, who said they
had stocks to comply therewith. . '.
Mr. Lowrey wanted to hear from Mr.
Hering beforo committing tho Board to
'the detalltof vent pipes.
1 he report was laid on tho table for
Minutes of meeting of the commit
tee of agents on Maul was read, con
veying the resolution declaring Knhu-
lui clean and open, also resolutions on
, 6ds shipment, etc. Approved.
Mr. Smith suggested that Mr. Sho-
rey might bo relieved from duty on
tbo wharves and return to his work ns
food Inspector. He also stated a sus
picion that the manufacture of soy was
only a blind, tho bulk of tho artlclo
(Continued on pago 4.)
Secretary Hendry announced this af
ternoon that the nineteenth day .with
out a caso of plague was Just as dull as
tho other eighteen bad been. Thus far
there had not even been a caIIkfor a
physician and everything was rapidly
drifting Into tho old groove.
Our sweet-voiced tenor, Mr. Els ton,
brilliant baritone, Mr. Rockwell, nnd a
new basso can tart to jro to sln beauti
fully fit numbers at tho Grand Concert,
HORSE TALK IN COURT
CaoDlogbam s Horse lo "Bllllrg Hirne s"
Stab me nt ol Humane C Dicer - Judge o lien
Vkws tbe terse of Conttntloo.
Attorneys, veterinary surgeons,
horsemen, newspaper men, business
men and others a hundred nnd llfty
In nil gathered in tho Police Court
room this forenoon to hear tho pro
ceedings In tho case ot Wm. H. Cun
ningham, charged with cruelty to ani
mals. Marshal Brown, appearing for tho
prosecution, called Alex. Iscnbcrg as
the lirst witness. Mr. Isenberg said in
substnnco that, on Saturday last, be
saw Cunningham whip a gray mare
rather sovercly. O. P. Emerson testi
fied to having seen the horse In Mr.
Cunningham's pasture, Punahou, Sun
day afternoon. Tho animal was check
ed up very high, woro a surctnelo nnd
nad ropes from tho bit to the surclnglo
to keep tho horse from moving to one
siao or in otner.
Miss Castlo tcBtldcd to haying seen
tho same thing Saturday afternoon,
'i ho horse stood In an attitude of pain.
Geo. P. Castle said that tho horse ap
peared very much distressed. The
head was checked up to an unnatural
and unnecessary height.
Mrs. Craft, Humano Ofllccr, told of
her meeting with Cunningham at tho
police station day beforo yestorday.
Tho latter had said, among other
things, that he would cure or kill tin
animal, and that he bad taken her to
OwenHolt'siPlace and left her In
wagon all nlght,whllo checked up. He
had confessed to being angry when he
whipped tbe mare Saturday afternoon
and, on being told that the Marshal
would be asked to Interfere, threaten
ed to tako the animal to somo. secluded
spot where tho Marshal or herself
could not find him. During cross
examination. Attorney Crclghton pro
duced a Baclne bit and asked tho wit
ness. If she was not In the habit of
ualng It The defendant, answered In
the afflrmpjlve and the attorney began
to explain Its effect on a horse's law..-
Wm. Cunningham told tho story of
now ne bad taken the horse back from
fheo.i Hoffmann to finish breaking.
She was g very stubborn and ho was
forced to-use the bitting method of
breaking her. On Sunday afternoon
sho backed Into everything in sight
ind "he was forced to whip her severe
ly. It was necessary to tako drastic
measures with the animal. Ho offerod
to give the Humane Society $25 It any
one would go down In tho pollco sta
tion yard, bitch up and drlvo tho ani
mal. On cross-examination Cunning
ham said that both ho and Mrs. Craft
got mad at the pollco station and ho
left telling her there was a placo up
stairs where the matter could bo fought
out. Mr. Cunningham donled some ot
the statements made by Mrs. Craft who
objected audibly in tho court room.
Chief Hunt, J. MacDonald and Dr.
Shaw, Monsarrat and Howat were put
on tho stand as expert witnesses and
these men all testified to tho necessity
of using tho bitting harness for such
Judgn Wilcox stated that ho wished
to examine more carefully into tho
testimony nnd would tako the case un
der advisement. Ho then went down
and examined the horso which, it was
plain to all, was in perfect condition.
M2TH0D OF 0EGAN1Z.NG
A gentleman well verssd In practical
politics through nctlvi wonc In the
national and siato Republican cam
paigns called at tne Biillci'lu olil..-.' this
morning to expicsj his henii.v appro
val of tho attitude taken by this paper
iVIUUVU IU illU Ulftuilltilllllll VI Jtllt IU
tal Republican p.ttty. ".Mr. Ilannn
and no memujr ot tho national Re
publican party," said he, "woill con
sider for a moment the delegation uf
authority to an indlv'diul cr indi
viduals to orgjnho t'.io Rep'ibl'.can
party. Such action wuuld tmmck of
mncklno rule and tho national com
mittee will have nor' ut It.
"After tho errttriil law bus pnuacd
a call signed bv mty or a hutdrcd
representative Republican's should set
tho organization ball rolling nun fic
tional strife will 1)3 dropped by eviry
loyal Republican wno desires tho suc
cess of the party. Tho national com
mittee will deal with us when wo are
organized and not before."
All That's Left.
Tho last remains of tho Court ot
Claims consist of sundry documents
lying In state on the Council of State s
tabic, a senso ot surprlso In 'tho Exec
utlvo mind over tho general lack ot
confidence In Its wisdom and, last ns
well as least, a tin sign at tho door ot
tho chamber appointed for 'tho court's
sittings In tho Judiciary building.
Honolulu Chapter, No. 1, R. A.
moots tonight. '
RESUMPTION OP DIVIDEND!
Important Move lo Relieve
Stock EicbiDge Mtk's R quest-Plantitloo
Agencits la Finnble Hood Indlcailooi
cl Ao Easier Haiktl Abiad.
E. C. Macfarlane Introduced a matter
of great Importance at this morning's
session of tho Stock Exchange. An
Infuimal discussion took place on the
subject, which was marked with com
plcto unanimity. Mr. Macfarlane sug
gested that It would not bo out of place
to have an expression from tho Stock
Exchange, to tho effect that It would
be advisable thatthe sugar agents hero
should commence paying out dividends,
however small for tho tlmo being.
There has been a suspension of divi
dends all around since tho quarantine
began. It has come to bo felt, moro
strongly day after day, that oven i
modcrnto dlsrtlbutlon ot nccumlatod
profits on sugar marketed would bo not
only acceptable to those depending
thereon for llttlo expenses, but greatly
relievo tbe financial tension through
the payment ot assessments.
All tho members of the board pres
ent were unanimous in tho opinion
that, with the happy disappearance of
plague conditions, Including the em
bargo on commerce, a resumption ot
dividends now to whatever degree
practicable without waiting for the ex
pediency of paying round figures Hko
$2.50 a share, would be a matter ot
simple fairness to Investors.
Kir. Macfarlane quoted C. M. Cooke
who Is largoly Interested both as a
banker and agent, as being right In linn
wltu tho suggestion and having In con
versation named different leading
agencies as probably ready to chime
In with tho Idea. The discussion was
maintained in qulto a conservative
tone. No action was taken, tho matter
being submitted merely for the con
sideration of all concerned.
At the Orpheum.
A highly "colored" performance Is
promised for this evening at the Or
pheum. As announced on tho wagon 'a
the parade today, it' will be coons and
nothing but coons, with tbo exception
of the clever Stanley, who Is ,to give a
gymnastic turn. Hogan has spared' no
pains over this first program of his and
an entertaining evening Is guaranteed.
New scenic effects have been produc
ed for the grand first part and special
attention paid to tho stage setting of
tho entlro bill. As usual wltb tbo min
strel folk, thero will bo plenty of sing
ing and, with the the well drilled
voices of tho Hoganltes producing It,
singing of oxccllcnt quality. Hogan
and Hcarde comblno forces In an ict
and Ringgold and Livers also "doublo
up" tholr forces. Altogether, with tho
shadowgraphs, this evenings bill
should crowd the house.
Ah Koon, tho proprietor ot tbo Iwl
lcl stables near Oahu Jail, who was .tr
rcBted yesterday on the charge of com
mon nuisance by keeping lnsanltaiy
stables. The Chinaman admitted hav
ing been given a warning but stated
that ho had been looking for a fort
night for a place to put his horses
and carriages beforo beginning to
clean up. This did not work and
Judgo Wilcox flncu the defendant $25
Appeal Against Double Bonking.
Archibald Sinclair, wanting to return
to his contract on Maul, had his bag
gago fumigated at tho Board ot Health
ofilco, paying $1 fee, but when he went
to tho Inter-Island company's oflico
for a ticket by tho '.Uunn I.oa was
refused It unless ho paid $1.50 tor fu
migation. Ho appealed against this de
mand to Dr. Garvin, executive health
Another Tramcar Horse.
Kawal Lincoln, an ox-policeman,
was arrested last evening on tho charge
of cruelty to animals by driving a
horso with an Injured shoulder. Judge
Wilcox examined the hourso during
tho noon hour. It certainly Is In very
bad shape. Tho caso will probably bo
heard this afternoon.
Tho peoplo at tho quarautlne station,
Maullola, arc not having vci" inu( h to
do of late, although they aro expecting
soon to havo their bands full.
The twelvo Japanese nnd Chincso
who arrived by tbe last steamer from
tho Orient were freed yesterday.
CORSET8 50 CENTS.
Wear a nice SUMMER CORSET nnd
you will be always cheerful and com
fortable In all your movements. Iwa
kaml, Hotel street
W. L. Hopper's former dwelling
bouse In King street was sold at noon
by Jaa. F. Morgan, auctioneer, for the
Automobile company, who bought the
place for a power bouse site. Dr. C
L. Garvin was the purchaser at $775
and will remove the houso to his home
stoad at Maklkl.
Njw PnblisIiiDg Honse
Applies for Incorporation
The articles of Incorporation of tho
Robert Qrelvo Publishing Co., Ltd.,
wero filed with tho Minister ot the In
terior today. The company Is organ
ized for a period of fifty years to carry
on a general printing and publishing
business, with a capital stock of $25,
OU0, divided into 1250 shares of the par
value ot $20 each. Tho company re
serves tho prlvllcgo ot Increasing tthe
capital stock not to exceed $100,000.
There havo been 950 shares of stock
subscribed, upon whlcn over 10 per
cent has already been paid In, aw fol
lows: A. S. Humphcys, 200; A. 8.
Humpbprcys, trustee, 100; J. A. Mc
Candless, 75; W. A. Hcnshnll, 25; Oca
W. Smith, 25; J. A. Kcnnody, 100; J.
H. Fisher, 100; J. H. Fisher, trustee,
100; Fred Harrison, 25; A. u. M. Rob
ertson, 25; J. D. McVeigh, 25; J. L. Mc
Lean. Tho offlccrs of the new corporation
signing tho affidavit arc: A. S. Humph
reys, president; Geo. W. Smith, secre
tary; J, H. Fisher, treasurer.
CREMATION COMPANY TALK
Geo. R. Castlo and F. J. Lowrey have
Issued a call for all thoso Intorcstcd In
cremation to meet at tho Y. M. C. A.
ball next Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock. A proposition to form a com
pany for tne cremation of the dead will
be considered and the matter will be
discussed in all Its phases. Since tho
lato cholera and plague times, interest
In the subject ot cremation has been
growing and at the present there aro
many who favor the method of crema
tion and urn burial. Tho sanitary ar
gument has told stro&gly In faror of
cremation, during tho past flye years,
which has logically rcstultcd In the
effort now being made by yeading.men
to practically carry out the conclu
sions reached in tbe Interest ot the
Mr, Jucn Makes Correction.
Harry Juen, proprietor ot '.hi late
Bee Hive saloon, Bays that his state
ments regarding the lo.u"' of his
liquors were misunderstood by tho re
porter. Mr'. Juen 'says he IS satisfied
that none of bis I!quon "went stolen
whllo stored In the Aala warehouse.
"I know that myjlquors were stolen,"
said Mr. Juen, "but I am bow initialled '
that .tho goods must have bean taken
when piled up on King strict-. where
they Temalned for somo, twenty days
after I was out ot my place."
Dr. Maxwell Resigns.
Dr. Walter Maxwell has res:gnod the
position of director ot the Exiwrimnn
tal Station ot the Hawaiian Planters'
Association, which he has held for
about five years. Tho Queen il.ind Gov
ernment Is so pleased with tho report
Dr. Maxwell mado lately on the
Queensland sugar Industry, after In
vestigation on tbo ground, that It has
Invited him to return permanently and
establish experimental stations In the
colony. Ho has accepted tho Jlfer.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is ou each box. 25 cents.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUes, all shapes, it. F.
We have the rmM; satisfac
torv SHOES-right in hand
now, for this spring walking
that we have ever offered at
i his price
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