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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Tlllt MOST POPULAR
VI IT. No. 15-27.
HONOLULU. H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 0 1H00.
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Pa President Dole, In answer to Pa
Pa a question, Bald bo had person- Ni
Pa ally received no information Pa
Pa whatever on tho Governorship. P3
Pa Mr. Hartwell said In a letter Pa
P? that ho expected President Mc- Pn
Pa Klnlcy would approve tho rati- Pn
p! flcation of land transactions Pa
Pa filnco annexation which had Pa
Pa boen placed In the Territorial Pn
Pa Bill. Tho Special Agent hoped K
Pa to get that matter arranged Pa
Pa from that end before leaving Pa
Pu Washington. IO was hIso pn
rsi waiting to get tho matter of Pa
Pa tho Hawaiian debt attended to, Pa
P3 which ho thought would havo a Ps
Pit good effect on tho money mar- Pn
Pa kct at Honolulu. Mr .Dolo, Pi
r5i however, did not think that Pa
m four millions of tho Hawaiian Pa
pa bonds wcro ns yet payable. Pa
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MR, ATHERTON IS HONORED
TIiob. Rain Walker, president, Jas.
0. Spencer, secretary, W. W. Hall, W.
F. Allen, H. A. I3enbcrg, J. O. Roth
woll. H. W. Schmidt, II. Focko, A. J.
Campbell, P. J. Lowrcy, C. M. Cooke
and J. IJ. Athcrton were present at
tho monthly meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce this morning.
Geo. II. Carter and A. A. Young were
proposed for membership.
A letter was read from Director Wil
son of tho Philadelphia Commercial
Museum, expressing warm apprecia
tion of tho affiliation of this Chamber
Mr. Athcrton announced that he had
received by last mall n certlllcato of
his selection ns ono of tho vlco presi
dents of tho International Advisory
Doard of tho Museum.
President Walker congratulated Mr.
Tho secretary Introduced tho subject
of having somo firms that had signed
tho monthly settlement agreement, but
which are not represented In tho Cham
ber, brought Into membership rela
tions. Action was deferred.
U. 8. 8. 60LACU.
fcJS" Tho V. S. Naval Transport Solace,
Commander Wlnslow. arrived In nort
thla forenoon, having sailed from Val
lcjo on tho 2d Inst. She needs In the
neighborhood of 500 tons of coal. As
soon as tho Warren pulls out sho will
tako her placo at tho Pacific Mall
wharf, sailing on Saturday or Sunday
for Manila via Guam. Sho carried
passengers, Including many officers and
four ladles who will join their hus
bands on Asiatic stations. Among tho
naval officers on tho way to Asiatic
stations on tho Solace are: Command
er C. G. Bowman, Commander T. H.
Slovens, Lieut. Brothcrton, who was
ordcied to Manila on 11 vo minutes' no
tice; Assistant Paymasters Spear,
ltcovcs, Insley, Rhodes and Cninp, and
Surgeon Jacob Stepp. Tho uinrlno
officers are: Lieutenants RlttenUonso,
Williams, Huly, Hopklhs and Wright.
Mrs. Insley mid-Mrs. Wilght nnd two
children accompany- their husbands
and Mrs.'Plummcr goes to join hoi
husbandfDr. Plummer, on nn Uastein
Cleveland Ah a Cnnclliliitc.
New York .April 30. The Herald
tsayB: Grovcr Cleveland may bu urged
to accept for tho fourth tlmo the nomi
nation of tho Democratic part) for tho
Presidency of tho United States, ac
cording to a statement made- tonight
by a prominent leader of tho Brooklyn
Dcmocintlc organization, lie declared
that tho matter was being seriously
considered by powerful leaders of tho
It wns Intimated that Cleveland's o.u
encmy.DavId B. llill.bus been consult
cd and had not frowned upon tho sug
gestion. There wero some politicians
who wero talked with tonight who bo
llovo that somo of tho leaders Interest
ed In tno movement havo hat. pome en
courngement irom Mr. Cleveland him
self. Veteran Ilackinnn Dentl.
cGorgo Bake,r, Hawaiian, aged 43,
ono of tho best known hack drivers of
tho city, died at his homo on Queen
street nt about 4:30 o'clock this morn
ing, tho Immediate cause being con
sumption. Tho funcrnl will tuko place
from tho late residence at t:"3 o'clock
Boer Porcc - 0,000.
Now York, May 2. A Kroonstnu
(Orange Free State) leter to tho World,
dated March 18, says:
Observers who have been In tho
Transvaal since tho war began havo nil
along Insisted that tho Boer army has
never been stronger thnn 40,000 men.
For fine full dress shirts at 1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts nro strictly high grade ns to r
THE WATERMAN IDEAL. FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUcs, all shapes. II. F.
Pt.EPARE FOR PRIMARIES
Temporary Chairmen Named for the
Enrollment Will Be Open Till Polls Close
Satisfactory Netting or Orflanl-
Tho organization commlttco of the
Republican party met lubt ovcnlni;
with twtuty-two of tho thlrty-thrue
members present. A good amount of
business was completed, post mortcms
on tho mass meeting wero not held and
the outcome of tho session was highly
Gcorgo U. Carter took occasion to re
fcro to tho previous committee meeting
at which ho took part in a sharp dU-
cusslon with A. S. Humphreys on thu
subject of party allegiance. Mr.
Humphreys had been charged by cor
taln papers with saying that party men
should voto for party nominees wheth
er they were corrupt or not. Mr. Car
ter In justlco to Mr. Humphreys said
that Mr. Humphreys did not mako the
statement credited to him.
A. V. Gear reported for tho commit'
tec on tho call to tho other Islands, that
tho call had been sent out ns ordered.
It was voted that all documents of
tho Party be published In English, Ha
waiian nnd Portuguese.
Chairman Robertson reported for the
commlttco on organization of primar
ies. This report was adopted section
by section and ordered published. Tlu
only division was on tho question of
tho tlmo for closing tho enrollment.
Mr. Cnrter urged that tho enrollment
of names closo at 4 o'clock May 1!)
when thQ polls open. After full dis
cussion, tho report of the comlmttco to
allow enrollment till tho polls close
Temporal y chairmen '-- tho pro
elncts on this island wcro elected as
follows: Fourth District First Pre
cinct, J. A. McCandlcss; Second Pre
cinct, J. A. Oilman; Third Precinct, A.
I.. C. Atkinson; Fourth Precinct. C. L.
Crnbbe: Fifth Precinct, A. P. Cooko:
Sixth Precinct, T. E. Wall: Seventh
Piocinct, left to tho chairman to ap
point. Fifth District First Precinct,
rrank Pahla; Second Precinct, George
Wright; Third Precinct, C. P. Iaukea;
Fourth Precinct, R. Gillllnnd; Fifth
Precinct, George P. Rcnton; Sixth Pre
cinct, Frank Archer; Seventh Precinct,
W. L. Wilcox; Eighth Precinct. W. C.
Achl; Ninth Precinct, George R. Car
ter: Tenth Precinct, J. L. Kaulukou.
Tho chairman was authorized to fill
any vacancies. Tho call requests the
cnlllni of precinct clubs ns soon ns
J. A. McCandlcss, J. II. Soper nnd
M. P .Robinson wero appointed a
financo committee. A. V. Gear, T. Me
Cants Stewart and Clarence White
were appointed n printing committee.
TERRIBLE NINE DISASTER
Salt Lake, Utah, May 1. Tho mining
camp at Scoflcld, Utah, was today thu
scene of tho greatest mining disaster
that has over occurred In tho West.
Mine No. 4, used as a powder maga
zine, exploded and tho result Is 250
lives havo been lost, tho entire number
of miners at work In tho mlno when
tho explosion occurred. Up to 10
o'clock tonight elghty-flvo bodies had
been recovered and tho search con
tinues. Tho scene at tho mlno Is heart-
rondlng In tho extreme. Women nnd
children whllo waiting nro moaning
and crying out tho nrmes of their loved
ones, and ns every man Is brought o:,t
from tho mlno on a stretcner, anil tne
covering from tho faco Is raised,
shrieks nwfnl to hear penetrate thi
dark and gloomy atmosphere ns somo
one rushes forward only to faint nt
tho foot of their husband's or father's
Plugue In Sydney.
From Tuesday' to Thursday, April
24 to 20, there wero flvo cases of plague
In Sydney with two deaths. Up to tho
2Cth there had been 141 cases and 52
deaths. Rat catching Is going on
stcndlly. On April 25, 270 wero caught
by tho official catchers.
ComcH to Honolulu.
Ralph O. Yardlcy, who has been doing
good work In tho nrtlsts' department
on tho San Francisco papers, has ac
cepted a position ns chief artist on the
Honolulu Advertiser and will sail next
Wednesday for tho Islands. Stockton
Independent, April 29
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CUSSES
Rooit ii-w, yS Floor f 9 A. M. 4 P. M
Hour ( 7H-:o '.
GOVERNOR SANFORD B. DOLE.
Washington, May 1. President Dole has been selected as thu first
Governor of Hawaii. Tho formal announcement will be mado when
tho list of Hawaiian officials to be appointed by ,the President Is
complete. Tho President Intends to make nominations for tho re
maining offices at nn early date, so that tho appointees may havo
all tho tlmo they need to arrange preliminaries. .All territorial offi
ces will bo filled by citizens of the Territory, nnd nt least ono of
those positions recognized as UnlUd States offices will also go to a
citizen of tho Islands. Theso plao a arc United States Judge, Dis
trict Attorney, Marshal and Collo 'tor of Customs. Of theso four
tho District Attorney will probab.y lie a citizen of Hawaii. Sena
tor Cullom, who engineered the Hawaiian bill In tho Senate, will
probably get a placo for ono of his lllllnols constituents. It Is
thought that M. M. Estco of California has an excellent chanco for
tho position of United Btatcs Judge.
Pa Ps s !a Pa Pn m Pa Pa Pa Pa P-a m
League Is Proposed
For Young Republicans
The organization of a Young Men's
Republlcnn Club is tho latest phase of
local politics. Tho movement, It is
claimed, Is an educational one for
those who have not heretofore had
tuition In Republican principles and
methods. Tho mysteries of primaries
nnd political campaigning nro to bo ex
plained ;tho citizen's duty at tho polls
will bo Inculcuatcd and the novitlato
will bo theoretically transformed into
tho potential politician.
Two days ago six or eight young
men, nmong whom wero Messrs. A. W.
Pearson and Helm of tho Pearson, Pot
ter Co., Ltd., Charles Athcrton, P. M.
Pond, Geo. R. Carter and Lorrin An
drews met Informally In tho otllco of
Mr. Carter nnd talked tho proposal
over. During tho talk tho existence
of the Municipal League was spoken of
and In connection therewith It was
suggested that an organization be
foimed to bring the younger men of
tho party together for the purposo of
general Instruction and education In
politics. Ono of those present pointed
out tho especial need of such tuition
among theso hnwallans and Portuguese
who would probably bocomo mcmbcis
of tho Republican organization.
It was finally decided that a meet
ing should bo called by Invitation for
this evening, to bo held In Mr. Carter's
office, when steps will bo taken for the
permanent organization of what will
probably bo called tho Young Men's
Republican Club of Honolulu.
At the Orpheum.
Tho arrival of tho Warren helped
to swell tho house last night. The
progrnm went off very smoothly, hits
being made In tho course of tho even
ing. Dodson succeeded in completely
deceiving somo of the military visitors
until his self scalping net disclosed his
sex. Livers mndo a great Impression
with his dancing and Hogan surprised
his friends with a selection on the con
certina played In masterly fashion.
Baby Ruth Is as fascinating nnd win
some ns ever whllo Miss Moss seems to
bo moro of n favorlto with hor audi
ences ovciy night. With tho opening
comedietta anil tho shndowgrnphs an
excellent bill Is being presented this
ChurlcH Norton Remembered.
Charles W. Norton, who during the
quarnntlno had charge of tho guard at
tho Pall and nMkapu Point, was tilts
morning presented with n magnificent
pair of cuff links by the boys who serv
ed under htm at Makapu Point. The
links nre of solid gold, bearing tho Ha
waiian coat of arms and studded with
diamonds. There weio no formalities
In tho presentation. Mr. Norton carri
ed out tho arduous ilutlcs placed upon
him In a manner thnt won for him the
cordial thank3 of the authorities ami
tho high esteem of those subject to hia
Wm, Hurry Mnrrlctl.
San Rafael, April 28. Miss J030
phlno Dudley of San Rnfuel' and Wil
liam P. Barry of Honolulu wcru united
In marriage nt St. Raphael's church
hero this morning.
Immediately after the ceremony tho
young couplo left for a tour through
tho southern part of tho Stato, after
which they will sail on tho America
Jlaru for the brldegioom's Island
hpme. Mr. Bnrry Is n grandson of the
lato Judgo Barry of San Francisco, nnd
Is n prominent figure In tho Honolulu
nnd Snn Franclbco business field.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
We will hold n reduction sale In
every line, commencing from Mny 5th
1900. Call In nnd Judge for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
:be:rq-st:r.o:m: ixjsio go,
Pa pa Pa Ka rci U ra Pa Pa Pa Pa rs p:i
More Ships Building
for the Honolulu Trade
Scattlo, April 20. The keel of one of
tho two 1100-ton four-mast silling
schooners to bo built by tho Mornn
Bros. Company for the Pacific Clipper
line, was laid yesterday. Tho schoon
ers will cost fCO.OOO each.
Each will bo 20G feet long, 12 feet 2
Inches beam nnd 1C feet 7 Inches depth
of hold. Their tonnage will bo about
1,100 each. Chief Draughtsman Bouil
lon of tho Mornn Bros. Company, said
ycstcrdRy that tho schooners will be
built especially strong, and that their
equipment would bo fully abreast the
latest modern Improvements. He said
nothing but tin best nunc. Ill would 1-c
used In their construction. The schoon
ers will h fitted with steam bnlleis
and hoisting genr.
Tho names of the new vessels have
not been selected. Ono of them will
sail from Seattle to Honolulu aud tho
other will poltn h'jr prow to wl.wvor
there Ib business. 'I ho contract calls
for their completion In September
PROGRESS AT HAONALE!
Win, Stodart, manager of the Mauna
lel plantation on Lanat, who camo
down on a Juslnesj trip last Satur
day and returned by steamer yor.tirdny
afternoon, wns seen before sailing nnd
said regarding plantation matters:
"Tho principal thing with uh has
been tho water question; It has In fact
been tho ono question standing in the
way of success from tho start. How
ever, this dlfllculty Is now practlcnll.v
settled; I am glad to say tho dllllculty
has been solved with the stnitSn"; up
of our 5,500,000 gallon Rlsdon pump.
Aftcrrunnlng for two weeks nnd pump
ing nt Its full capacity, the water in the
ilx wells connected, out of tho nine
sunk, has not diminished.
"Wo began planting enno on tho 1st
nt May and will continue until we havo
sufficient In below ditch nnd flunu'S.
Onrlnu' the vear wo expect to put In
from COO to S00 ncrcs of cano altogeth
er. Tho mill site has been selected nnd
tho arrangement of tracks laid out to
tho mill. At present wo havo biturpn
100 and 600 men nt work; thee will
form our ordinal y woiklng force.
"Tho outlook Is now good for ns to
begin grinding curly In 11)02. Willi
the nlno wells running, our dallv raua
clty will bo 8,500,000 gallons of water
ovcry twenty-four bonis. Tho mill .vlll
be a modern nine roller plant nnd will
bo oideird from the united St'itcs In
tho nenr futuro. Tho Matr.i.ilcl pi liga
tion will control n total area of t.f'00
icrrs. 3,000 of which is very llin Mine
Special Agent Sow all received today
tho announcement that President Me
U'ylcy lmd approved all tho npproprla
tlcn bills paaicd by the Council of
Slate. The appioprlutluns tuke effect
from the time of passage, thus making
tho money nvnllnhln from that Mum.
Prof. Vfipquei t''cU.
Prof. A. Maiqurs returned from Hip
Colonics after nn nbsencn of eight
months during which time ho traveled
30,000 miles In New Zealand, Austra
lia, Ceylon, India and Java. A record
that not many people can boast of.
Prof. Marques lectin id continually on
Theosophy and states that In India ho
found the people mu!" Interested In thn
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box i,ii
perlor quality, two pulis for 25 cents,
at L. II. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to sco them."
IN TdE CIRCUIT ClURT
J.panese Prccarers All Plead
Guilty and Remanded.
Hitlvcs Ctarg'd Wnb Ul(.bway Rolbtry Fiiad
H4 U.iy-Ctir.m:isiutr Ktporl
CucLa Estue Land.
Fifteen Japanese accused of being
disorderly piisuus ana iiencu huiijlci
to dcportatlou were ariaigncd beioro
Justice Ft car of tho buprtmo Court,
sitting ns mnglsttatc, at 10 o clock this
morning. 'Huso nro all of tho alleged
proem ci b whoso arrests havo beui ac
complished under the warrants Issued,
i'hty all pleaded not gully t and wero ro
itinmUd until It) n. m. tomorrow. Coun
sel fur defendants applied for reduc
tion of ball, claiming thnt $500 was
excessive, but tho Court refused the
application. Somo of the men havo not
been ablo to furnish ball. Kinney,
Ballon & McClannnan nro prosccutiu,
and l'aul Neumann ami F. M. Brooks
defending tho accused.
'I ho three native men tried yesterday
for highway robbciy committed on a
Chinaman wcro found not guilty by
Judgo Stnnlcy confirmed tho sen
tenco of the District Court, Imprison
ment nt hard labor ono year nnd cos.h,
jii Nnhulnn, a native woman, for steal
Before Judgo Stnnlcy this morning,
Kama, Ktkila, Kaea nnd Aklma wcic
tried for gambling, it. W. Catheart
for prosecution; I.. M. Strauss for de
fendants. Tho Jury wcro T. R. Mos-t-man,
E. . Mnssmnn, D. k. Ell, G. S.
Mokunhl, Jno. Maknctin, Jno. Rces, A
Recant, Chns. Notley Jr., D. A. Dow
sett, D. Kamaknuahoa, Jno. Aiming mil
L. A. Hart.
Judgo Davis Is still hearing from
yesterdny tho ejectment enso of Kaul
vs. W. C. Achl.
The trial of the damage eases of Ho
gall's Minstrels ngalust tho Canadian
Australian Steamship Co. has beer, set
for Saturday next nt 9 a. in. before,
Judgo Davis witli a foreign jury.
J. P. Brown, commissioner, has re
ported to tho Circuit Court on the par
tition of tho Cunha estate In connec
tion with tho suit of Rita C. Tcwks-
bury vs. Antonc G. Cunhn ct al. It la
A opinion that thu land on Punchbowl
jtrcct can bo equitably divided accord
.ng to plan exhibited, but the holder
of the lot having a houso on it should
,ny thf holder of tho vacant lot ?150 to
qu.il l:o values. The School street
land appears to him to bo Impracti
cable of pqultnblo dllvtdon Into four
lots, and he recommends It bo bold 'it
public auction at nn upset price of
n000, or nt tho rate of 30 cents a
Robertson H. Wilder for defendant
havo moved to transfer John III Es
latc vs. R. Kahlnu Melo to the Hawa
iian Jury civil calendar.
T. McCants Stewart, attorney for de
fendant, litis filed a motion to open de
fault In tho ejectment case of Pclami
's. Kunun-oplo. He alleges that do
'endant, who lives at Piinahou, was
prevented from entering Honolulu la
tlmo to protect his Interests by qunran-
Dr. II. C. Sloggctt has filed a claim
igalust tho cstatu of Annlo N. Huloku
tilkl, deceased, cf ?3"6 for professional
services rendered to tho late Judgo Ho
okahlkl. In tho assumpsit cnuo of I. R. Burns
vs. S. Aliml, defendant by his attorney.
I. Malilal Kaucnkun, makes answer of
general denial with misrepresentation
ind fraud alleged on tho pait of plain
tiff. MILLIONS IN l-I.AMI'.S.
Ottawa, Out., April 2S. Tho esti
mates on tho damnKi wrought by ,
riiurmhij'H flro which destroyed the
city of Hull, proved to bo rather over '
than under tho marit. 1 ne survey or
the Held gives tho following results:
Buildings burned, 3,000.
Hands out of work, 5,000.
Value of propity destroyed, $15,000,
000. Lumbvrmi'ii have been having a talk
over their losses and while none of
them will speak for publication, the
loss of lumber nlono Is put nt U'5,000,-
000 feet. This makes a total loss for
lumber of about $3,500,000. j
Tho great need for ready relief for
the sufferers from tho disaster has
made all Mrnln their best efforts in
that direction. Quick response has
been made from many rltleH of
Dominion, and goodi and money
coming In by every train.
Pollltvc In New York
Letters from Hcniy St. Go.rie of tho
firm of E, PoHlt & Co. of San Fran
cisco were received this morning. Mr.
St. Gonre states that Mr. Pnllltz Is still
In New Yoik and is meeting with good
success In placing Hawaiian Hecurltles".
The Florence mid Bangalore, coal
ships from Newnisllo, arc both 'anchor
Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pi Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pi
Pa Mr. SjwiiII Accept It. ,'PVt
Pa Harold M. Scwall was asked p.i
Pa this morning- If ho had any Pa
Pa news to give to the press on Pa
fa tho subject cf tho Governor- Pa
Pa ship. Ho stated In reply that Pa
Pa ten days ago ho was Informed Pa
P that his name was no longer to Pn
pa he considered n possibility In Pa
Pa that connection. "The Prcsl- Pa
Pa dent wishes nn old resident for TH
Pa the position nnd of courso tho Pn
Pa President's decision will bo ra
Pa cheerfully accepted by all my Pa
Pa friends ns It Is by myself." Pa
Ra Pi ,
SANCTION OF PRESIDENT
At thn meeting of tho Executive
Council this morning Minister Mott
Smith stated that 'Mr. Scwall called
this morning and said that President
McKlnlcy had authorized him to in
form Mr. Dolo thnt pursuant to tho au
thoilzatlan routnlncd In tho Depart
ment of State's telegram of tho Cth
ult., Acts 2, 3 and 4 of tho Council of
State arc approved by the President to
take effect at tho date of passage.
President Dolo said to u reporter that
President McKlnlcy evidently npprc
elated tho need of tho appropriations,
as ho approved tho bills before they
could have tenched him.
Letters were read from Soerctary
Hay to Mr. Mott-Smlth, nnd Acting
Secretary of Stato Hill to Mr. Dole,
amplifying the telegraphic ndvlcca pre
viously received relative to tho Court
Tho Survey Department having re
ported that tho petition for havlui; the
track of the Rapid Transit Co. laid on
South nnd Alaput streets, tho Council
voted Its consent to such track-laying
subject to tho conditions Imposed by
law ns to thu construction nnd main
tenance. Tho Minister of Finance was author
ised to place at the disposal of tha
Minister of the Interior the sum of
120.000 for tho erection of tho garbago
crematory. In nccordanco with tho
Council of State's authorization nn
Jnnunry B. ,
Clny Clement PBtiS 'I hroufth.
Among tho passengers In tho Aornngt
nro Clay Clement nnd wife who,
through their efforts hero on tho stngo
somo time ago, afforded Honolulu the
ater gocis a vast nmount of pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement passed through
hero with their company on their way
to the Colonics during the plaguo. Af
ter playing about threo weeks to ve.-y
successful houses Mr. Clement received
the sad news of tho death of his s3tcr
In Chicago, whither he Is now bound.
Tho company is still playing In the
Carrlcn Victor's Runner.
Tho University of California won the
tlr.al baseball game of tho annual re
tries between lieikeW and Stanford of
three, by n scuvo of IJ to C. thus gain
ing the ehampliuahlp for tho n.'isou.
Ilach of tho teams had previously wen
n game. Thn IT. his been vl,-tor In
practically nil ii'hletl? ovenin this yrnr
having defeat M St.intoM heavily In
football, baseball and tiuU contest.
Celclirnted Pointer fciiil.
Bonn, May 1. Michael Munkacsy,
tho celebrated painter, died In asylum
hero today. Ho will bo uurled nt Buda
pest. A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by "he ,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Oar stock Is now replete with Rood fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come in wtth your
children, ?enJ them In and they will re
ceive just the same care aud attention
and tlielr ett will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot the
bill, and promise you that both will t