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ONE VOTE FUtt
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Tllli MOST lOPULAIt
Vol. VI I . No. 1520
SECOND EDITION HONOLULU, H. I.. TUKSIA. MAY S ISMiu SECOND r-.DITIO.N
l-'HII'B 6 Ol.TP.
AT OAHU SUGAR COMPANY
M y Oft;y :"V'gry?fg','ityr'-'T;i' ? - v-"-y?jp
THE ROWING ASSOCIATION
v w v v v w r w .
BOERS SEEM TO BE
'BEYOND DIAMOND HEAD
Minister Yonrg Discusses Advantes
of the Two Roads.
line N'tr the Beach Much Preferable - Upper
Road Will Rtqilre ExlMiaflint Expendl
lure lo Complete - SjuoH BrasoDlng.
Minister Alexander Young speaking
of.tho new Diamond Head road this
morning Bald: "1, of courao, recom
mend tho beach road. One reason for
this is that tho country over which tho
upper road runs would make It expen
sive and even dangcrouB In somo
places. Tho tinglo ot tho natural slope
Is, In some places, as great ns 45 de
grees; consequently to make a road
even 40 feet wide on tho solid ground
would rcqulro a cut on ono side 40 feet
deep. From this great height over
hanging tho road material would be
constantly detaching Knelt and railing
upon tho roadway. Again, tho AIM, ns
well ns the cuts, will be very deep In
somo places and will require great
masses of material to fill up with, Inas
much as tho slope of tho Alls will have
to tako tho limited angle of resistance.
This would probably bo about 30 de
grees from tho horizontal line.
"Now that tho upper ruud will be the
best from tho scenic standpoint there
can (jo no question. But jn the beach
road, which would probably bo In mont
places ten or twelve feet nbovo high
tide, a person can see far enough sea
ward for all practical purposes. The
upper road would simply extend tho
horizon a llttlo farther. Tho construc
tion of tho lower road will bo moder
ate In cost and can bo mailo ot a per
manent nature, without fear of distur
bance by the sea. Again, when Dia
mond Head has been rounded, the road
will lead through a tract of valuable
land, from which branches may lead
towards tho seashore and towards tho
hill Blopc, passing through Govern
ment land and joining one ot tho roads
through the Gear, Lansing &.Co.'s tract
on tho Knpahulu road near tho Kaplo
lanl Pnrk. The main road will pro
ceed over an even country most of It
good land, where artesian wells could
"be easily mink, thence J0I11I113 Paul
Iscnberg's new road which runs Into
tho Walalao road. Thence tho return
could bo made by tho Waialae ropd to
either tho Kapahulu road or Bemtnnia
"If tho upper road Is swung nround
on tho lino laid out by Mr. Druner, not
only will U largo sum need to be spent
for construction, but tho road will not
open up tho territory necessary In that
locality. Thercforo I strongly recom
mend tho beach road. I have no per
sonal Interest In tho matter, but I have
reached this conclusion after carefully
going over tho ground."
Tho KInau sailed for Hllo and vav
ports at 12:15 p. m. today, tho first
tlmo since tho raising of the quaran
tine. Crowns began to gather on tho
wharf at about 11:30 a. m. and by noon
it was a difficult matter to get to tho
gang plank of tho steamer.
Tho band, stationed near thu gang
plank, played from 11:30 a. m. until
tho tlmo of departure ot the KInau
whllo on tho deck of tho steamer tho
Quintet Club played and sang natl.'o
songs by wny of a farewell to Piini-c
David Kawananakoa who, with Sumuct
Tarker nnd Samuel Parker, .Ir. Is
bound for Hawaii.
A company of vaudovlllo performers
from tho city, bound on n week's en
gagement to Hllo, was among tho
steamer's complement of passengers.
A great many prominent business nrn
also took passage. Following Is a full
list of tho passengers who left -n tho
Mrs, Sham. Mrs. Ho'nnd L. TIoo.
wlfo and child, I.cong Chi Tso, Tong
Kan, Thos. Dow, C. P. King, Mls3
Frances Parry, Mrs. John WIbo nnd
child, W. Kitchen, Bishop of Punopolls,
J. D. Frnser, T. 8. Kennedy , Uobert
Whyto, Mrs. Leonard, W. D, Adams,
T. A. Jackson. Mrs. Naonao,.MIss H.
Mcemano, W. N. Purdy, wife and two
children, E. L. Doylo, H. Hanebcrg,
Thos. Ilousleer, F. Souza, F. W. Bos
worth, V. Wan Hlng. F. J. Cross. T.
bowden, John D. Holt, Geo. Allen,
Miss J. Puula. Miss M. Schubert, L.
Caenault, J. Hcarde, A. Perlo, David
Johnson, O. A. Davis, A. Smedley, A.
P. Musscr, John F. Bowler, Mr. Holdcn,
Frank Sharp. E. Rodgers. E. C. Mcllor,
H. D .Gehr, S. M. Llllle, James Kenton,
James Stclner, J. P. Murray, W. O.
Walker, J. A. Scott, S. Mlneklshl, J.
Waua, Geo. Kleugcl, A. W. Carter,
Samuel Parker, Samuel Parker, Jr.,
Mother Superior, Prince David Kawa
nanakoa, W. P. Whitley, E. Henrlquns
and wlfo, Miss Pcabody, Miss B. Klen
gel, Mrs. Kleugel, Wong How. W. C.
Gregg nnd It. W. Shingle.
For flno full dress shirts at J1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen strret. These
shirts are strictly high grade as to "
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce will bo held nt
Its rooms tomorrow nt 10 o'clock.
Island Added to
II Peninsula Another Acquisition Wells Bdcg
Bond and Jitanete at Woik Sixty
Acres Already Planted.
Pcoplo who went down tho road on
Sunday last were surprised to note the
improvements made In connection with
tho Oahu Sugar Co. during tho quaran
tine. Manager Ahrens is branching
out in ulrcctions that arc bound to re
sult most ndvantngeously to tho plan
tation. It will bo remembered that a short
tlmo since, n long lease of Ford's Isl
and nnd the II peninsula was obtained
from the II Estate.
Tho trees have been entirely cleared
from tho former place and now, where
the only activity wus the lilgnt ot birds
to nnd fro, steam plows and Japanese
laborers nro to be seen hard at work.
Sixty nere3 of cano were planted dur
ing the quarantine, a couple of months
ngo and this Is now doing as well as
the cano on tho plantation proper
which, as everyone knows, Is tho best
that can be found nnywhere.
Two steam plows nro now busily en
gaged in the work of preparing moro
land for tho planting ot cane. At a
rough estimate, It Is calculated that
tho plantation will be nble to get near
ly six bundled acres of lino cano laud
out of the Island.
For Irrigation purposes, two wells
with excellent Hows havo already been
sunk and another Is now boring.
On tho I&land Is a camp of seventy
Japancso under hustling lunns who
arc rapidly transforming the placo into
a vast cancfleld. Sixty mules have also
been placed on tho Island.
On the II peninsula Is a camp ot ISO
Japanese, doing the samo work as
those, on Ford's Island. Here also a
vnst number of trees have been cut
down and the land turned into canc
flelc's. Wei's are now being sunk on
the new addition.
Heretofore the wasto water from tho
mill has been running Into the sea but
now It will bu turned on tho peninsula
cuneflcldB, thus saving a good deal to
tho plantation. As tho' land Is ono
grcnt level stretch, no pumping will be
necessary and fluming win bo a thing
very easily accomplished.
It Is estimated that something in tho
neighborhood of 3,000 cords ot wood
have been obtained from tho nlgcroba
trees cleared away from Ford's Island
and the II peninsula.
LDONG CHI T80 FOR HILO.
Among tho passengers for Hllo In
tho KInau today was Leong Chi Tso,
the Chinese reformer who has been In
the Islands several months. Although
his cioscst friends Btnto that ho Is
bound for tho Itnlny City on a two
weeks' pleasure trip, It Is known that
bis object Is the sounding of the pulse
of tho Chlncso on the Big lslun 1 with
the Intention, if clrcumstnnccs prove
favorable, of banding together thosu
Who declare themselves to be on the
slda of Reform,
On tho deck ot tho KInau Leon? Chi
Tso was surrounded by four well
known Heform Chlncso of this city
who kept close watch of his every
movement nnd, although thcro were,
many Chlncso who attempted to get
near him nnd shako hands, nut very
few were allowed to do so. A barrier
was always presented when a qnebflon
nblo Chinaman put In an app-iirniuv.
Thu four men In question are fully
armed for nn emergency but the in
former himself was unarmy'I.
Mew Tobncco Company,
Aitlclcs of association of tho Ha wa
llah Tobocco Co., Ltd., have been field
by Cnu Gem, Ho Leong, Lin Shen
Chow, L. T. Chlng, Ho Fon, W-.'o
Shlng, Leo Yun Kwul nnd T. Ahung.
Tho principal offico Is nt Honolulu .To
carry on business ns wholesale and re
tail tobacconists and tea merchants Is
thu purposo of tho corpora' Ion. Its
enpltal Is $20,000 divided Into 200
shares of the par valuo of $100 each,
with tho prlvllcgo of Increasing to ?50,
000. Tho term la fifty years.
TWO WEEKS ON'LY.
Wo will hold n reduction salo In
every line, commencing from May 5th,
1900. Call In nnd Judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml. Hotel street.
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black sox su-
perlor quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only: don't fall to sco them.M
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Rooms ii-u, yl Floor J o a. m.- r, m
Hour i t;jo a-jo r. M,
HcKINLEY SIGNS THE BILL.
Washlng'on, April p. -The PrslJent slgaeJ the Hawaiian BUI at 12:40
f o'e'rek today.
When Hawaii was annexed to this country It InJ a bwJeJ debt of a'-out
fi.qp-,eo3 drawing a heavy rate of Interest. This djn s'lll exist! but undtr
the act slgnid by tits President toJarlt Is to b; asum:l by tlu United
S'ate?. Secretary Gag; do's not Intend that It shdl be aJJ;J to the rondrd
(ebto'the UnlteJ States If It can be pilJ Im neJIat-ly. Tlu terms of the
Y debt will be lookeJ Into, and If they pnn!t piymmt at any time the Cert
Y wilt 0- wiped out assoan a tin a teres 'ntoe'fe:: In forty-live Jays.
I Sccre'ary G.irp will soon "sen I to Hawaii mjnsy and Treasury nR;nt to
exclspgs the Hiwallan for Am:ricin currency. The e.clnnge will be made
3. as In I orto Rico. It IsuiderstoaJ that
X H wall wliLh will h ive to be exchniweJ
DOLE'i NAME SUGGESTED
Washington, April 2S. In anticipa
tion of tho flnal enactment of the lln
wnllan government bill, tho President
Is devoting some attention to tho selec
tion of the various officials of the now
government who are subject to execu
tive appointment. It is the Intention
to make Uicbc appointments very soon
In order that there may be no delay
In the Inauguration of the new govern
ment and to secure speedy relief from
the embarrassments of tho present an
umnioi.a condition ot uftiitrs. The Ha
waiian contingent In Washington has
not been behind hand In suggesting
suitable material to tho President 10.
his consideration In this contention.
Particularly In the case of tho Gover
norshlp have thcro been urgent repre
sentations. Theio nie 110 less thar
four candidates In the licid.
The name of President Dolo Icadr.
the list, Harold Sowall, lato Minister ru
Honolulu nnd now United States Agent
In tho Islands, Is making n formidable
canvass, backed by tho Maine d'ei
tion, nnd thcro nro two persons of Ha
waiian birth prominent in tno uiiiu.t
of the Island, whoso nnmes nro also.
under consideration. There Is ground
for the belief that of all these candl
dates. President Dolo Is looked upon
most favorably, tho President Inclining
to tho view that by making such nn ap
pointment he would not only recognize
the principle of homo rule, but nlsc
would mako suitable recognition of tin
long-continued nnd executive efforts of
Sanford 11. Dolo to secure tho annexa
tion of tho Hawaiian Islands to the
II0U8B ACTS QUICKLY.
Washington. April 27. When tho
House met today the question ot adopt
ing tho report on tho Hnwallan gov
ernment bill, which was pending when
tho House adjourned yesterday, was
submitted. Tho rcpoit was adopted,
139 to G4.
Tnklng Over the Debt.
Washington, April 30. When Ha
waii was annexed to this country It
had a bonded debt of about $4,000,000
drawing heavy rnto of Interest. This
debt still exists, but under tho Act
signed by tho President today It la to
bo assumed by tho United btntes
Secretary Gago docs not intend that It
shall bo added to the bonded debt of
the Jnlted Stntcs If It can ho paid Im
mediately. The terms of the debt will
bo looked Into nnd If they permit pay
ment nt any time the debt will bo wip
ed out as socn ns tho law goes Into
effect, In rorty-flvo days.
Secrctmy Gago will soon send to Ha
waii money and trcasuiy ugtnts lo cx-
cnanra tho Hawaiian for American
' ' " ... ;
currency. Tho exclumgo will no maun hrtuicu ino .Minister oi mo iiucuor re
ns In Porto Pico. It Is understood tint, fusts to lssuo licenses, and will con
thcro is $1,000,000 In minor coins "n tlnne to so rcfuso until all tho sanitary
Hawaii which will havo to bo nxchnn-! regulations of tho Board of Health
cd for currency of this country.
AMEND THR CABLE BILL.
Washington, April 27. Senator Per -
kins today Introduced an amendment
to tho Pnclflc cable bill providing tint
tho Sccrctuiy of tho Navy bo directed
to havo an examination made of nil
Amrri.nn mblo routes ncross tho Pa-
ciflc. It Is Perkins purpose, evidently,
to Bccuro tho estimated cost by differ-
cnt routes nnd tho probablo revenues
to bo derived irom ine lino unaiiy eiv
en a Congressional concession.
Somo huge tomatoes nnd well headed
cabbages havo como to tho Me-.iopoi -
tan Meat co.'s market from Pat Cul-
midlines have como to tho Me'ionoll-
CaOUabCS UUVU CUUIU IU IIIU mc.iuiiuii
len's faim In ICoolau. Tho tomatoes
go as high as a pound and a half.
BBRGSTROM IMXTSIO CO.
th;re Is Ji,odj,oo3 In minor coins In
1 y of th's country. i
FINAL WORK IN bENAiE
Washington, Apill 23. After a brief
debate today the Senate agreed to thu
conference icport of tho Hawaiian
civil government bill, tho provisions
relating to the right of franchise nnd
imprisonment for debt having been
amended to eunform to tho ideas of the
Culloui presented tho conference ro
port on the bill to provide a govern
ment for flawall, explaining that the
principal changes made by the last
Congress were the striking out of all
provisions requiring the payment ot
axes beforo registration to vote, an 1
ho elimination of the provision that a
ucrson may be Imprisoned for debt or
for non-payment of taxes.
"If the conference report Is adopted "
luggcBted Jones of Arkansas, "tho pay
ucnt or tnxes will not be n prcrcn.nl
Uc to voting."
"That's it exactly,' 'replied Culloin,
"and In audition, there will be no im
prisonment for debt."
Tillman inquired what had 'been
lono with the provision requiring the
President to appoint the officials ot the
Territory from among the residents of
Cullom replied that tho offices wee
to be filled oy citizens of Huwntl.
GENRItAL NliWS ISO TE8.
Charles Allen was Inaugurated Gov
ernor of i-orto Rico, May 1st.
Commandant Olivier, n prominent
Boer loader was wounded nt tho D.utto
The Australia was delayed 10 hours
by storm, reaching San Francisco early
on April 25. Cabin pnsscngers were
released In the afternoon.
Tho steamer Cleveland arrived In
San Francisco April 30, fourteen days
'I he steamship Garnnno has been put
under the American flag.
Charles It. Illshop has sold properly
In San Francisco to. tho value of $li!5,
Frank Baldwin was married to Miss
Harriet Kltticdgc of Oakland on .May
An accident at the Paris Exposition
caused the death cf live peisons ana
injury or many other's. A temporary
bridge crowded with Sunday vlsltnra
The cltj of Hull, Out., wns vcpt by
lire April 28. Loss $15,000,000.
Lodging limine MnnjJ.
Several lodging house nnd restaurant
cutcrpilsefa nt Knkaako havo struck a
snag In their proposnl operations. The
double liiis nilscn In falling to com
ply with tho sanltaiy building regula
tions or tho llonnl or Health. The
necessary opprovul not having been
i " . r, ::. . : . . ..-." . :
hnve been formally compiled with: this
will mean extensive repairs and rc-
i modeling, whllo In somo cases entiru
I houses mny be rejected.
Kiley conimntci .
' h" "iso of Riley, tho colored boat
! oy charged with rape on A to Davis
! was finished In the 1'ollco Court thl?
forenoon. Attorney Strauss olfered no
defenso nnd rested without argument
J'H'Ko Wilcox then committed Rlly
for trial at tho next twin of tho Clr-
cult Court, First Circuit.
See thb Pacific Hardware Co.'s ud,
They can Interest you.
Geo .U .nccKiey resumed nis uuue.i
l";X nV ti,o Kinnntn.inv
Thin schooner Golden Onto eamo In
fiom Molokal early this morning.
Gen, Rjbeits Malntdlns Simp Censor
ship on Niws,
Additional Cauiltlts -The Queen Eoletalcs
G.ntral nblle Ao&iy Ovtr Crdiclsm
London, Muy 1, 1:55 p. m. Tho fol
lowing uispatih has bun sdit by Lord
Robcits to tho War Ofllco:
"Uiccmruiiiiu, Apin ad. The Boers
made veiy peislstcnt nttacks aioiuid
'1 liabanchu baturduy and Sunday. But
tuu position which tho nightii (Hun
dlo's) division holds Is sttcng mid he
hud the ns3istanco of Gordon's and
Dickson's uiigades, the c.ivauy uint"i
iMcnch and oinltli-Doirien s lnfantiy
urlgnuo and a body or mounted lufau
tiy undtr Ian Hamilton. l'olc-Carcws
division returned from Dewetsdorp
Lord KobcrtB also reports additional
casualties E,3ta.iud during the light
ing cf April 27, around Thabanchu,
consisting of Lieutenant Gcaiy and
two enii8iCd men killed and ono officer
mid tmcc enlisted men wounded.
Neither tho commauder-ln-chlcf's
nor tho correspondent's despatches
throw any i.ght upon tho plans being
adopted to oust tho Boers fioni the
neighborhood cf '1 liabanchu nnd how
long before a determined cirort will b
made to reassert Brltlsu supclorltv Is
oiny a matter of surmise. In the mean
tlmo the Boers nro remarkably aggres
sive, especially In face or tno mrge
ioico lacing them. A spcolnl from
t liabanchu dated ypsturday says they
made a daring attempt to c.u oii a
British convoy which got Into ground
between 'l liabanchu nnd Dewetsdorp,
opening fire from the adjacent hills. In
tho nick of time General Brubason,
with a strong forco of yeomanry, re
turning from Wepencr, arrived on the
acetic and extricated the convoy.
The same special correspondent do-
icrlbcs tho dispositions of tho forces
at Thiibanrhu ns follows:
"General Rundlc Is covering the ad
vanced camp racing tho Boers' posi
tion to tho east, where tney are strong
ly entrenched. General Ian Hamilton
and General Smlth-Dorrlcn occupy
strong positions on tho road to the
Another dispatch says that n colonel
under General Hamilton located tho
Boeis to the northwest, mid an urtll
icry duel ensued without result.
All accounts tell or much artillery
Irlng with scarcely any casualties. !t
Is hardly likely that two such forcea
can much longer patiently fnco each
other without moro stirring occurren
ces. General Brabant's column Is ex
pected to Join General French shortly.
A number of Boots nro reported to
lave been seen retiring ninth, but this
Is scarcely authoritative. Stringent
uc-aBiires arc being adopted to prevent
ho Boer Guerillas from securing sup
)lics from other centers.
'1 he llttlo news from Thnhuuchii Is
absoiblng nil 'Interest. Tho Cape Par
liament has been summoned for June
At tho conclusion cf General Sir
George White's visit to Windsor tn
lay, Queen Victoila decorated tho de
render or I.adysmlth with thu cross
ind star of tho Royal Victorian order.
Her Majesty mid tho soldier had a
It Is learned that the Queen w-n
moro angry than for venr ver ,o
ub lcatlon cf tho Splon Kop dis
mtrhes. BocrB About Vnfcklnti.
London, May 1, 1:25 p. m. A dis
patch from Mafeklng dated April 20
'I ho Boers have been busy for tev
ernl days blowing up the railway
"Thcro wos llttlo firing during tin.
"Tho town will respond cheerfully tr
Loul Huberts' request to hold out foi
"Fever Is rife but otherwlso th'
health f tho garrlsnu Is good and nil
Pinkluiui Well Complete.
Poimrts f mm McBrvdo plintnMnr
stato that tho first well ot tho third
pumping station was finished l.int
week, with n natural flow ot a million
' gallons In twenty-four hours. he
pumping enpacuy is lo.vuu kuiiuiib. me
...o.o.. I n.Dl lnu ulimnlni. nnlv "II.
carlns to tho gallon. Tho well wna
driven by tho
L. 13. Plnkhnm well
I'tirkcr Stilt Abend.
Captain Paikcr Is still ahead In the
shoot for thu Cooper gold medal
Nearly all the police officers havo shot
and, It Is expected, tho shoot will end
this week. Ah soon ns tho rille work
Is over Captain Parker will require his
men to shoot with revolvers.
Man and wlfo wanted to tako charge
of country plnco. See Want column.
Dec des to Have Champlon.blp Races
Old SIHIs lo Be L'ECd P.arl bub r tbe
Plac- Pup; sit Hi to 0. K. A L. Co.
Twiuw's R pj.t.
At a meeting of tho Rowing Associa
tion hcid ill tho home ot A.. G M. Rob--itson
Inst (.veiling theio wciu present
ihc following: A. G. M. UolK-itson,
Arthur A. Wilder and W. W. Harris of
Jic Myitlcs; F. Klcbahn and W. A.
Wnll of the Hcalanls nnd Juhu Lane
cf tho Loliunls. 1'ilnco David Kawa
nanakoa uf the last named club wan
niinb.c to be present.
'I ho pi lncli.nl business of the meet
ing wus the discussion of The regular
initial championship and Juuio. luces
A Pearl Hnibor.
It was llnany decided to hold these
races on the second batunlay in Sep
tember which fads on the Mil of the
Relative to Ihc boats to bu used, it
was bi ought out at the mectli'.; that,
.s It Is too hitu now to order new baats,
t will be necessary to low In tho old
Australian shells, 'ihc Myit.cs havo
x new shell but they will not us-Jt.
Asked as to the Intcnttors of thu
Lcliuuls In tegard to tho cliamplon
ihlp races, John Lnno rcpllod mat ho
ould furnish no Information. If pos
ilble, tbo uiange and black would be
''Mi on tbo cuurso nt the appointed
It was further decided nt tlw meeting
to mako arrangements with the O. It.
& L. Co., If possible, to build cottages
and boat bouses on the somo of tho lau
thu corporation at tho I'enlnsuln, th-j
clubs to rent tho same nt a fair price
so ns to nssurc Interest on tho money
expended. W. W. Harris of tho Myr
tles was appointed n committee of one
to look Into tho matter.
The O. R. & L. has a lot ot land on
the water front suitable for tho pur
pose named, that Is lying Idlo at th
picscnt time and It Is lo be hoped that
Jiu men nt thu head ot affairs will look
favoiably on tho proposition of the
boat club boys.
Tho last item of business nttended to
was tho approval of last year's expen
ditures. Tho treasurer announced .
balance In tho treasury of $250.
Stations Are Located
Manager F. J. Cioss and Expert T.
Bowdon left by tho KInau today for
Lahalnn, Maul, where they go to lo
cate tho two stations for tno wlro!es
telegraphy Bysttm of that Island. If
conditions arc favorable, Mr. Cros
thinks that ono station will bo located
at Lahalna and tho other probably at
Kahulul or in that neighborhood. Th
two stations tor the island of Oahu
havo been selected, ono nt Telegraph
hill at Kalmukl, near Diamond Head,
and the other, facing Kami., upon the
point of land in trout of tho Walahu
noted. From Maul Mr. Cros3 will go
lo Hawaii anil locnto tho neccsiary
nations on thu big island, utter which,
ho will return to Honolulu and there
after will go to Knuui whero the lur.t
titled will bo locntcd.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
i Just o"en:d by the..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with cood fit,
good style ana good wear.
If you cannot come In with voir
children, jend them In and they will re
el ve just the same care an J attention
ind their eet will be just a carefullj
fitted, as If you were with them,
We'll fit the foo-li you'll foot tht
bill, and promise you that Mh will r