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Who Is Your Favorite School Teacher ?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. Ifiao
Bulletin TiM 1
Tlltl MOSI' POPULAR W&
TlCtllUtt , 9, j4M
I.. TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1000. Pbiob 5 Cents. -M
, , '
Free Tiip to Sid Francisco
for Hawaii Tcacbcrs
lho school children who arc get
ting voles for their favorite teach-
era should tako nolo of the op-
portunlty ottered them to sccuio
ono of too valuablo prizes offered
to tho person who shall sci tiro tlio
most subscribers to ihn Uiillctln
by July 31. A good rliuuco for
somo bright young ooy or girl to
sond their fnvorlto on a vacation
,.trlp to ban Franclsio mil nt tho
samo time get a uratu .ew iju
Tho teacher who shall havo secured
tho moat votes at the end of tho con
test will bo given a free trip to Sau
Francisco and return.
Passage has been secured on ono of
the flno now boats of thr Toyo Klscb
Kalsha lino which are said by nil whe
havo traveled In them to bo the best
and most romtortablo boats on thu
run between hero and San Francisco.
The America Maru will bo the steamer
on tho trip up, leaving here July 17.
Either the America Maru on August 3
or the Hongkong Maru 'on August's?
may bo selected on the return trip ae
. cording to tno length of stay It is do
sired to mako at tho Coast.
A voto wll appear In mch Issue
of tho paper on tho upper
right hand corner of the first page. In
addition to this, votcB will be given
' with all NEW subscriptions to the
paper. It should bo understood in this
connection that a new 'subscription
does not consist in transferring the pa
per to some other name in tho' samo
houso nor in stopping the paper and re
subscribing. ,Votes will be given to all
now subscribers ns follows, tho coupon
being attached to the receipt for tho
1 MONTH 40 votes
S MONTHS 150 "
C MONTHS 350 "
lYEAtl 750 " ,
Teachers on tho other islands should
not lose sight of the fact that this con
test is open to all teachers of the Ha
waiian Islands and that they have ns
good a chance aa any one of securing
The BULLETIN offers to the per
tons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, 02 and Q4 ot
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 01
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Hodeloo a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. sgents
for ClevelandBlcydes. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of 1st prize bt
tnd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choost
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shut tie and top cover,
(hat with vlbratlne shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Till
machine will be furnbhed by B. Bcr
ftersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Ctitnera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
.Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
iP'Plnlon for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fl.er. Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Leftlun-
yon.Rhoto-8upply Co., soe agents,
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
t eat Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Recorda, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bertrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
lust three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscript
tlonswlll be counted In this contest as
ew subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription Hits.
), Subscriptions should be srnt In as
.toon as secured, together with the name
tnd 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
tddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person in me Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscrlpilon Rate : W.po per year,
tun (or (hrt roontluutrlctly In advance,
TUB WATKKMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PBN. AU ftlM, all shape, II. F.
WRECK OF BARK CARSON
J:d0t SlIlloaD Decides Against the
Wilder S. S. Company.
JM.OCO tnd Coils Granted lbs Owners
Rimatts tj lbs Jnift Cmcn's UgMi
Were All Rgbt.
Judge Bllllmnn at noon today Died
his dcclslou In the admiralty libel for
collision, brought by Oco. U. Hind and
others, owners of tho barkcntlno Wll
llnm Carson, ngalnst Wlldor's Steam
ship Co., owing tho steamer Claudlnc.
Ho finds that tho llbcllants are en
titled to Judgment ngalnst tho respon
dent for 155.000 and costs. This Is
tho valuo of tho Carson, according to
evidence, which sank shortly after be
ing struck by tho Claudlnc, on Decem
ber 27, 1899, becoming, together with
her cargo, nearly a total loss, as the
wreck was sold at auction for $550.
Tho Court tlnds that the Carson enr
rlcd the lights prescribed by law, which
had been placed In their proper posi
tions about C o'clock and wero burnlni;
brightly from that hour until tho time
of tho collision, which was nbout 8:40
Ono of tho findings is "that the
Claudlno was not properly officered
and manned on the 27th day of Decem
ber aforesaid; that thero was no sum
clcnt lookout nor competent offluer in
charge of tho ship, and that tho col
lision in question was duo topnn In
sufficient 1 crow and tho lncompctensy
ot tho second mate, Roderick McNeill,
who was In charge of said steamer im
mediately prior to said collision."
There was not sufficient evidence to
mako it appear upon whom the loss for
the cargo of coal or the freight for It
In reviewing tho testimony tun Court
dismissed the contention that the ves
sels approached head-on, saying that
if io courses had been anything 11 ko
head-on," at tho timo the helm of the
C.nudlno was ported, "tho ships must
havo passed wido of ono another."
Concluding, Judge Bllllmnn says:
"Somo vigorous comment might he
mado on tho fault of a steamer carry
ing passengers which was so lacking
In discipline as tho Claudlne svemsio
havo been, but If Is sufficient that
Judgment for the loss is awarded
against her owner."
Paul Neumann for Ubellanta; Kin
ney, Ballou & McClanahan for respond
ent. ROWING ASSOCIATION.
The Rowing Association will hold n
meeting Wednesday night for tho pur
poso of making arrangements for tun
chamDlonshlo races ot this year. Tho
Myrtles and Healanls aro unanimously
In favor ot having races this fall.
There has been somo talk ot calling
this year's races off on account ot the
Innblllty to procure new shells. How
ever, tho two clubs feel that they can
go ahead with the old Australian shells
and havo Just as much sport Ot
course, the old agreement was con
cluded last year so that a new agree
ment on tho samo basis will have to
bo arrived nt beforo this year's races
can bo decided on.
The Automobile Company.
Campbell & Pettus will build the
power house of tho Hawaiian Automo-
bllo Co. It will bo or concrete, nre
proof and sanitary. Tho main com
partment, next to King strcot, will he
80 feet by 93 feet. Behind that will ho
a room about 40x35, next ono 44x30 feet
and back of nil a coul shed. Tho con
tract prlco Is $29,705. Thero are 27
vehicles coming, of which 20 nro hacks
They are stored In San Frnnclsco,
waiting for tho completion of tho pow
er houso, and tho delay will save th
company, through the passage of the
territorial bill, $10,000 in duties.
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A N. G. II. Camp Fire.
Tho first regiment, N. O. H., will give
a camp flro at the drill shed on Satur
day evening noxt, nt which will bo"
present all members and ex-members.
Thero will bo a collation spread, which
will consist mainly of pork and beans.
During tho camp flro a vaudeville pro
gram, which has been arranged by Col.
Rogers, formerly of tho Doston Lyilc
Opera Co., and now a member of Co.
I), will be performed on tho stage of
tho Drill Shed.
Gent's Hermsdorf dyo black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 conts,
at 17. II. Korr & Co.'s, Oucon street for
ono wee only: don't fall to boo them.
HONOLULU l SCHOOL
DW AND NIQIIT CUSSHS
Room iihi, i; floor !
IN FINANCIAL CIRCLES
Banks tlspisid Tdko. Btlglt Vitw or
Hitllj Colof! Up ltd Pijm-Dt of Ditldtcds Will
Relltie tbo Matktl-AutssiMDls Take
Hub c( Rudy Capital.
Even on tho utrccts It can be seen
that business has revived slnco the
rnlslng of quarantine. Tho banks show
cheerful faces and tho merchants urn
busy lllllug Island orders that have
long been on lite awaiting tho raising
of quarantine, 'lho spasm caused by
the tin cats or Hllo and Kahulul to
procitro freight from tho Coast has
passed as all spasms do when necessity
will not wult und delays aro danger
ous. Honolulu Is tho natural and easy
market of tho Island trade nnd will
rapidly regain tho loss of local com
merce caused by plaguo conditions.
Minister S. M. Damon was seen at
tho bank ot lllshop & Co. this morn
ing and in answer to tho question.
How will tho raisins of quarantine
aftect finance and business? said:
"If you had been in prison three
months, 'What would you do? My Idea
Is that people will Jump Into business
again with redoubled energy. There is
dure to bo a larger demand for money,
uccauso business Is Increasing. Tho
first. sign has been tho increased de
mand for real estate. It is always a
healthy sign to see prices advancing
In realty. Every one now is awaiting
for tho plantations to bet.n paying
dividends again; ob soon as this hap
pens tho present stringent situation
will bo partially relieved at least This
stringency has been largely caused, I
bellovo, by the payment of assess
ments on stocks; this has absorbed a
largo amount of ready money, salaries
and business profits. In a small com
munity llko Honolulu this tells very
Mr. 13. I. Spauldlug of Sprockets &
Co.'s bank said: "Quarantine has had
a depressing effect nnd ono result has
been that our merchants have been
almost entirely cut off from doing busi
ness for tho past three of four months
with the other Islands. The quaran
tine has also had a very depressing
effect on Oriental trade, tho Importance
of which I do not believe has yet been
fully realized. In regard to business
I do not thing the rates of Interest will
be materially advanced; It has been the
policy of our bank, in conjunction with
the other banks, to keep interest down
as low as possible. In all cases where
outstanding paper has matured we have
mado tbo easiest arrangements possi
ble under tho circumstances for our
customers. I look for real cstato to oo
como moro active than in the past; as
you know, prices have already advanc
ed very materially. Wo naturally look
for a general revival of business and I
think tho putting of tho largo treasury
balance Into circulation has had n no
ticeable effect In relieving the situa
tion." Hon. Cecil Drown of tho First Ameri
can Dank Bald: "I bnvo not been In
tbo bank slnco my return, but I was
Informed yesterday by Mr. Cooper that
business has revived very materially
Blnco tho raising of quarantine. Mr.
Cooper Is not In town today, but he has
informed me that the deposits and
business have been larger since the
raising of quarantine than at any pre
vious time Blnco the establishment of
tho bank. I bellcvo that times will he
as good If not better than ever."
Will E. Fisher said:
"Slnco quarnntlno was raised real
estate has picked up wonderfully.
This morning there have been several
sales mado nnd moro aro under con
sideration. I havo also answered
many Inquiries and look forward now
to great activity In tho real estate line.
I also find that things nro much easier
In collecting rents since quarantine
wus raised; In fact, for the past thrcn
months rents havo been very hard to
collect, but my collector has had no
tfoublo slnco Monday In getting the
rents both duo and overdue. I do not
look for a boom, but I look for a gene
ral revival ot business as tho direct re
sult of raising quarantine."
Several hundred members and rela
tives attended tho celebration ot the
soventh annlversray of Court CamocH,
A. O. l'. at Lusltann hall on Saturday
evening., T. P. Mellln, Sub-Chief
Ranger, delivered an opening address.
Then there was a magic lantern exhibi
tion. Dancing und refreshments fol
lowed, tho Hawaiian Quintet Club fur-
BBRO-eTROIiVE MUBIO OO.
INCREASE ESTATE NINOKh
lacremeot of Keirly $8000 to Property
of Richardson Minors.
Mrs. BoirdnuD's Will Probated-More CMnt.
Iowa losunnce Casts-Otber Mailers
od Jud.clary lilts.
F. W. Mncfnrlano nnd August Ah
rens, gunrdlans of Ruth and George
uicnaruson, minors, have (lied tilth'
first account, Bhowlng receipts $18.U33.-
21, payment $18,912.15, balance $21.00.
Tho totnl Investments are $101,623.01.
being $5739.32 Increase of estato since
April 12, 1899. In reality tho Incrcaso
is $2,000 greater, ns the yearly allow
anco to Mrs. Rlchurdson of thai
amount was not paid by tho Into gua
Ulan last year, but Included In this
Tho will of tho late Eliza Juno
Uoardmau was admitted to nrobato by
Judgo Sllllman, nnd Gcorgo Kdgar
uoanlman appointed executor without
bonds. Samuel F. Chllllngworth np
pearcd for petitioner.
'W. P. Allen nnd Samuel Parker,
executors ot tho will of John P. Par
ker, havo filed final receipts amounting
Wo Fat vs. Greenwich Flro Insur
ance Co. for $1,000, and Sco Hop Co.
vs. North German Flro Insurance Co,
tor $1,500, on Chinatown policies, have
had service of summons returned' for
the August term of First Circuit
Cecil Drown, guardian of Mary Allco
Porter, minor, has filed a bond In $12,
500 with Frank Hustace as surety
I. R. nurns sues S. Ah Ml on a noto
for $373 nnd interest nt 9 per cent from
March 10, 1S99, with attorney's com
mission and coats.
Kauha vs. Peter High, ejectment, in
continued until moved on, under agree
ment that the evidence already taken
will bo available.
Cross interrogations to plaintiff havo
been filed by. Kinney, Ballou & Mc
Clanahan in tho equity suit of Sarah
A. Dcrger vs.' Charles W. Booth and
Charles S DcsVy.
Plaintiff in Mcricourt vs. Nnrwalk
Insurance Co. .appealed from Judgo
SIHImau's.. refusal of a new trial.
The Kamalo Litigation.
Prank Hustaco has filed an answer
to the complaint of II. R. Hitchcock
and others against himself, John J.
Egan, Frank H. Foster and the Kn
malo Sugar Co. Ho avers that L. H.
Deo and H. L. Evans are stockholders
In good standing, that Hitchcock has
sold his shares and that C. J. Flshei,
tho other plaintiff, has fall"' i pay his
fourth and fifth assessments. When
H. nnd D. McCorrlston wero paid S2u,
000 In cash and 1000 non-assessable,
snares ot tho company for land and live
stock, none ot tho plaintiffs owned any
uliarcs ot tho company, and tho money
and shares forming tho consideration
belonged solely to Egan, Foster nnd
himself. Ho avers that tho land was
not bought for mora than Its value, and
that the plalntlns were not misled by
defendant nor solicited by him to purchase-
Against tho petition for Injunction to
absolutely prohibit tho salo of delin
quent shares. It Is represented by .'ffl-
davits of Hustace, J. F. Morgan and
Egan that It Is necessary to havo moro
shareholders In good staudlng to ob
tain a quorum for the annual meeting.
There aro 18,000 shares not delinquent,
out of which It is impossible, to obtain
representation of 17,172 required for a
630,000 fop Streets.
The trustees of Oahu College have
set aside $30,000 for the construction
of new streets, drives nnd curbing
throughout the Punahou pasture lands,
to bo placed on tho market ns rest
denco Bites. It Is understood that tho
persons controlling tho Cooper mansion
property, purchased last Monday, will
continue tho Punahou system of streets
and drives rhtougliotu that tract when
placed upon the market.
New Chinatown Streets.
Tho Minister or Interior Is nt work
upon tho strcots of the burned district.
Tho report will contain a now map of
tho streets, thcso will bo considerably
modified, now streets being opened nnd
others extended nml straightened.
For fine full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. II. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thcso
shirts aro stilctly high grado us to lit
THE f ORTO RICAN FR1NC1PLE
Republican Party Has Taken Slrcrg
and Generous Stand.
All Duties EviDtuilly lo Rttert lo People cf lie
Islands D. mot rats Dub'ous Out Ibe Outlook-Coed
Washington. D. C. April 18. Tho
Porto Rlcnn tariff bill Is a law, dcspltu
every obstacle that tho free trado no
mocracy could throw In Its way. Could
they havo compelllcd tho enactment of
a measure establishing lmmcdiato nnd
absoluto free trade with Porto Rico
they would havo had opportunity to
assert that the precedent thus estab
llshcd must bo apppilcd to tho Philip
pines, to Hawaii, and to any other nou
contiguous territory which might sub
sequently come Into slmlllar iclntlons
with tho United States, and that by
tho act of tho Republican patty the
cheap labor of the Orient nnd the trop
ics was thus to bo brought Into direct
competition wltn tho worklngmcn nnd
agriculturists of tho United Htntes.
Thnt was the political opportunity for
which tho Democrats were fighting, but
they failed to accomplish It.
Tho bill as It stands proposes to tem
porarily collect on goods passing from
Porto Rico Into tho United Slates and
from tho United States Into Porto Ri
co 15 per cent or tho regular Dlnglcy
tariff and to pay Into the empty treas
ury ot tho Island every dollar so col
lected, this plan to continue only un
til the Legislature of Porto Rico Bhall
have provided local taxation sufficient
to meet tho necessities of lho Island
and In no event to continue beyond
March 1, 1902, after which dnte there
Is to bo absolute free trado between tho
Island and tho United States. I
Ono of tho objects of a tariff upon
Porto Rico's prouuets Imported hero
is to establish a right to Impose such
a tariff In later years, should It be
found necessary. This will lo n pre
cedent in our legislation for our new
possessions, tho Philippines. Tho pro
posed Import duty 15 per cent of tho
Dlngley rntes Is merely nomlnn),
within 6 per cent of frco trad-;. Back
of it is an established power uml rocbfT
niied authority to deal with theso
questions as shall seem wisest and be3t
when wo know moro about the wholo
matter, and shall bettor understand
the truo situation with which we havo
MERCANTILE PRINTING CO.
Tho Mercantile Printing Co. Is now
established In the rooms at the corner
of Fort nnd Queen streets, recently oc
cupied by tho Citizens' Sanitary Com
mittee. New men havo been employed
and new machinery will soon bo In
stalled. In a very few days tho com
pany will bo In shapo to do tho very
best of nil kinds of commercial print- J
lug. At a meeting held yestcrdny tho
company was reorganized and tho fol
lowing officers elected: F. J. Cross,
president; P. L. Weaver, vlco presi
dent; J. P. liny wood, secretary and
auditor; Geo. S. Evans, treasurer. II.
T. Marsh with tho nbovo named offi
cers will form the Board ot Directors.
Diamond Head Road.
It is understood thnt tho Mlnlstci a'.
tho Interior will start in with tho con
struction of tho Diamond Head road as
soon as funds aro available This road
will open up qulto n stretch of beaeh
propel ty at Walalae belonging to tho
Bishop Estate. It Is hoped that tho
road nt tho Wnlalao end can be made
to run along tho bench In tho samo
manner as tho present beach road.
The trustees of tho Bishop Estate
could tako no moro public spirited ac
tion than to throw open to tho public
tho only available bench property in
Honolulu. By doing this not only will
tho city havo one of tho most delightful
drives nvnllublo hut tho Bishop Estate
will greatly enhonco tho vnluo of their
property along which the road will
l-lncd S50 and Costs.
In the Pollco Court this forenoon F.
II. Loucks was fined $50 and costs on
tho charge of furious and heedless driv
ing nt Wntklkl Sunday afternoon. Do
fendnnt pleaded not guilty and was du
fended by Attorneys AtkliiBou and
Strauss. Mrs. Merrill, who was thrown
from her horse by tho Impact of
Louck's cnrrlngo, was tho principal
witness for the prosecution. Mr. Mor
rill was nlfii u wltnrxi.
Mih. Ynriidley will glvn n students'
lecltal iiixt Friday afternoon In Pan
uhl Hull, Oahu (.'ollvgo, nml MUb Hot
mull will offer mi exhibition of tho
work ot tho art department. All
friends of tho school nro Invilcd,
Birds can ho colored, ueerrdliin to
Dr. Sauormami, nu Austilmi, by sup
plying them with food il)ed with mil
lino. Ho obtained pigeons of u beau
tiful red and others of u duo blue.
Canaries can be rind in minnow colors.
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LADIES AT TENNJS
For three weeks n number of young
society ladles of tho city have been
playing n tennis tournament on lho
courts nt tho Young homo on King
street. Excellent playing has character
ized tho gainis mat mou uutii ftumrf on
nearly every afternoon. Tho doubles
have been finished nnd now tho ladles
are In tho midst of the seml-llnals In.
It wus last Saturday afternoon that"
Miss Hnrt nnd Mrs. Gibbons faced Mrs.
Field and Miss Scott In tho finals In
doubles. Ihcy had fouirht thtn way
steadily to the top and the last strug
gle of nil proved tho best Mis3 ilnrt
and Mrs. Glbboris won tho tournament
winning ns prizes satin cushions on
which tennis rackets are embroidered.
Tho finals in singles will bo played off
oil Saturday afternoon. The ladles
from whom tho winner may ho chosen
nro as follows: Mrs. S. G. Wilder, Miss
Hart, Mrs. Field and Mrs. Ulbbons.
Thcso nro tho ladles who are doing tho
The ladles who linvo played In tho
tournament nre as follows: Mrs. Gib
lions, Mrs. S. G. Wilder. Mrs. Gunn,
Mrs. A. M. Drown, Mrs. Field, Mrs. E.
It. Adams, Mrs. Von Hnmm, Miss Hart,
Miss D. Ruth Young, Miss May Young,
Miss Sndlo Cnrter, Miss Atherton, MIhs
Lucy Ward, Miss Gertrudo Scott nnd
Tho prize chosen for the winner of ,
the singles Is n cut glaa3 loving cupv
with silver decorations.
Arrest nt Einmn Squiiro.
Haloln, a native hack driver, was
arrested at Emma Square last night by
j Officer Fcrrelra who stated In tho Po
nce court mm morning mat mo nauvo
entered the place from the makal sldo 1
but, Instead ot continuing his way on
around, turned and enmo out tho same -way.
Ho told tho native to go back
again, which order was refused. Halola -.
said ho was on Emma street when Fer
rclra held him up nnd that ha did n'ot,v
sco tho necessity ot driving all the way'
around again. Judgo Wilcox .pahi'ho
likewise saw no reason. However,
Halola was reprimanded for disobeying
a police officer and told to go on his
Sentence Was Suspended.
Tho twenty-six Japanese women ar
rested by Deputy Marshal Chllllng
worth and others in Kapalama Satur
day night appeared In tho Police Court
this forenoon. Tho deputy, marshal ex
plained that the women had promised
not to go back to tbo place and asked
that sentence bo suspended.
In suspending sentence Judge Wilcox
remarked that the Marshal had better
find a place for these women before
having them arrested.
Nick Breham was arrested yesterday
on the charge of feeding his horso in
tho street. Defendant pleaded guilty
and received an old time lecturo from.,; v
Judge Wilcox. No flno was Imposed
1tit ii enni-l mntifl nna nlvn nml ttiA 1a ..
fendnnt 'toW t0 tako his horso to somo
stablo Instead of giving him n picnic
In the street.
Triangle Lltcrnry Club.
C. II. Smith will speak beforo the
Trlanglo Club In tho Y. M. O. A. this
evening on the subject: "Streets, Sow
ers, PnrkB, Wharves, Light nnd Wa
ter." Evciyono Is Invited to attend.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo In
every line, commencing from Mny 5th,
1900. Call in and Judgo for yourself:
Iw'akaml, Hotel street.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with good fit;,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
clillJten, fend them In and they will re
reive Just the same cue nnd attention,
ind their feet will be jut as carefully
tilted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot the
Mil, nnd promise you that both will t