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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
If ' Vol. VIII. No. 1510
HONOLULU, H. L. THURSDAY,' M'.AY 24, 1900.
Pbiob 6 Obnts
f Wireless Telegraph.
Manager P. J. Cross rccclvcil
word by tho Alameda that tho In-
8trumcnts for tho wireless tclo-
graph system wcro shipped from
Now York on tho 10th and will
arrlvo In tho Australia. !!
Tho additional experts who will
H- assist Mr. Bowdcn In tho Installa-
lion of tho system wcro unable
to get through in tlmo to catch
tho Alameda. They will probaoly 'X-
arrlvo by tho Australia.
This1 means that Iho first lole-
' graph message between the Isl- ft
ands will make close connections ii-
with Admission Day.
KAMALO DIRECTORS RESIGN
At a meeting of tho Kamalo directors
yesterday afternoon, the following
business was transacted:
David Dayton was elected president
and tho Hawaiian Trust and Invcst-
! ment Co. (not George Carter) trensur-
jfixJ? Cecil Brown's resignation ns vice
IijVtpresldent was accepted and Captain
dg Ctftrk,of tho'Wlldcr Steamship Co. was
jpjtlpctod to fllf.tho vacancy.
. "'Harry Armflage resigned as secro
tary. No ono was appointed In his
Zf place at tho tlmo JA4; it Is understood
-p. II. Lewis wlll.)&. appointed to
fill tho vacancy nt'anbthor meeting of
? tho directors this 'afternoon.
ffFrankI. Poster has decided to ro
Mesas' a director" ht this afternoon's
tbwcfrAg. He will bo iuccst'de.1 by Hnr
rv I. Rvntlu H
ft) nUno m.lltln h.1 TT T HI...1 I.
f WUUD' iiiiiiio uim ii. iv. iiiituiuun
nro tho only two of tho old directors
who remain on tho list. Tho latter is
tho only ono of the original directors.
I... II. Deo says ho will withdraw his
$10,000 bond tomorrow, which will
have tho effect of raising the injunc
tion In restraint of 3elllnc delinquent
stock. This stock will then come under
tho hammer, giving himself and others
an opportunity of getting It, probably,
at a .low figure.
cage Estee Finds
Washington, May 17. It begins to
look na If M. M. Esteo would not bo
appointed United States District Judge
for Hawaii after all. It Is now nearly
two weeks sinco tho President decided
to appoint hlra, and then recoiibldcrcd
the matter In deferenco to some Call
fornlan. Now word comes hero that
Representative Mctcalf of Oakland,
who went home on account of Illness in
his family a month ago with the In
tention of not coming back until next
December, will arrlvo In Washington
tonight. Mctcalf wants Judge Green
of Alameda county appointed to the
Hawaiian judgeship. Long ago, It ap
pears, tho entiro California delegation
Indorsed Green, and then somo of tho
members made arrangements to have
Estco nppolnted. Mctcalf Is Green's
particular partisan, and it is rcpuited
that ho is coming hero prepared to put friends that tho Presidential noinlna
up a pretty Btlff light. It Is certain , tlon Is admitted by hlin to bo beyond
that when a man of Mr. Metcalf's dis
position makes a 3000-mile trip for an
appointment ho means business.
Charles E. Bartlctt vs. Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co., damages,
Is being tried before Judgo Davis by
tho following Jury: C. B. -Gray, John
Efflnger, Fred. Philp, C. R. Collins,
Geo. Angus, J. D. Trcgloan.W . M. Cun-
?'nS!!ora,w 9; A'hThc?-IW1'r;J'
L!?gn ' Tt "l F1? '? ,B2d P "
man. Smith nnd Mead for nlulntlff:
Jflnncy, Ballon & McClanahau for de
fendant. Plaintiff claims ?1000 dam
ages for breach of a parol agreement
whereby the defendant company em
ployed him for ono year as foreman ot
It woodshop. He alleges ho was dis
charged without causo after working
one month and threo days.
Protct For Honolulu.
S. F., May 14 The French cruiser
Protet will leave port on June 4th. accord
ing to present arpngemrnls, sailing for
Seattle. Alter a brief visit there the tnil v
er will go to Honolulu, thence to dhe
Society and Marquees islands, In the
South Pacific, where the ship will remain
a year or two. Officers and crew fxprcss
themselves as under great obllga'.l ns for
courtesies exundedt them here. In ad
dition to the h 'spitalltv shown to Com
modo'e Germinet and tin officers o' the
vessel, the entire crew, upon two ocrislnn.
have been the guests at tnea'er p.11 l-sor
George b. HalUConsul-Gen'ralof lurkey
In this city. Until the Proter sails shore
leave will be viven to the crew.
Death of Plngue at BrlHOmie.
Melbourne, May 15. Tho first death
from bubonic plague baa occurred at
Brisbane, whero thr?o ticsh cases aro
officially reported. Two casss aro re
ported at Rockhampca.i, Qurontir.nd,
whero there has bc:n one death.
Lllluohnlonl Coming Home.
FrlendB of ox-Queen Lllluoknlanl In
San Francisco write that sho was to
be. at the California hotel on the ISth
I list, on her way home to the Islands.
Resolution Referred to
the Attorney General
C. Bolto received in tho Alameda an
! acknowledgement of tho receipt by the
President of documents forwarded hr
tho Council of Stato bearing ou tho
Court of Claims. Following Is the let-
tcr in full
May 10, 1000.
Mr. C. Boltc, Secretary, etc.,
Honolulu, H. I.
My Dear Sir: I beg leave to ac
knowledge tho receipt of your letter cf
tho 24th ultimo, with enclosures, and
to stato that by direction ot the Presi
dent tho papers have been brought to
the attention of Attorney General. .
Very truly your.i,
GEO. B. CORTKLYOU,
Secretary to tho President
Southwell Opera Go.
Opens at ifie Orpbeum
Tho Southwells arrived this morn
ing all In excellent trim nnd cagorly
looking forward to their stay in Hono
lulu. There arc thirty-six of them In
tho present consignment and tho talc
Is not yet told. Ono gentleman, one of
tho tenors of tho company Is yet to ar
rlvo having been unablo to mako the
connections with tho Alameda. v
Thero aro "many well known nnmes
nmong tho organization, Including. Mr.
and Mrs. Wolff, Bessie Palrburn, Hat
tlo Bcllo Ladd, Tllllo Salllnger, Wln
fred Goff, Viola Toxmlth, Laura Oak
ley, Catherine Grey, Mabel Van Metro,
Florence Gladson, Mabel Still, Myrtle
Jones, Catherln Florence, Helen Aiken,
Eugenie Becker, Jcnlo Simons, Roso
Naylor, Adle M. Arnold, A. E. Arnold,
Naco Bonneville, Phil Branson, Georgo
Collins, J. II. Davies, H. B. Leader,
Neil Campbell, John H. Davis, C. Jngs
torff, Musical Director William Robin
son. Tho principals nro mostly staying at
the Hawaiian, the bulk of the others
being located at tho Orpheum. Mr.
Wolf, director general of tho organi
zation, expresses himself as confident
of a successful season, "that Is I can
guarantee our end of It," said the
popular comedian, "wo have with us
besides our principals who hardly need
on Introduction having won their
operatic spurs long ago, the pick of
Tho Beggar Student Is tho first bill
for Monday, Tuesday, 'Wednesday nnd
Saturday matinee, while The Chimes of
Normandy will be the bill for the bal
ance of tho week. Tho scats aro now
on salo at the box office for tho week,
tho prices having been slightly advanc
ed $1.00, 75 and CO cents; $1.25 being
charged for tho boxes.
Dewey Gives Up.
New York, May 17. A dispatch to
tho Journal from Washington i-ays;
Admiral Dewey returned from his
Wcstorn trip today, and wh'li he will
nnt tnlk nolltlrn It In llniluMtrin 1 liv Ills
hls rench. Tho Admiral lb highly
elated by tho popular ovation that met
him at every step, Is convinced that ho
has tho lovo of his countrymen every
where in this broad land, Is satisfied
with this and Is Indifferent as to the fu
ture. Photographer Williams III.
J. J. Williams, Honolulu'1 veteran
nimtntrrnntinii nrlin Ani An Cam Viinn.
.cisco on business recently, was quite
"I at San Jose when tho Alameda anil-
ed, May 17. This Illness completely
upset his plans, making It Impossible
for him to conduct any business what
ever. I? Police Court Notes.
In tho Police Court this forenoon tho
following cases wcro disposed of:
Keanu Ella, assault and battery on Ka-
maka Komacmac, sentenco suspended
tlllrlppn tnnnthfl? TCnlpfcn TfnlinnntRlii I
$100 and costs (appealed;) Mokl Na
liulu, assault and battery on Hookaaku,
nollo pros'd; Kamukoa, larceny In tho
second degree, reprimanded and dis
charged. TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo In
every lino, commencing from May 5th,
1900. Call in and judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street,
Gent's Hcrmsdorf dye black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 con fa,
nt L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to see them.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
ROOMS ii-ii. jrd Floor 9 A. M. 4 P. M
Hours 1 i:)-4:)o P, M
ROBERTS IN THE TRANSVAAL
British Force Now Fight in the
Domain of Kiuer.
Results at Marking Are Still lo Doubt
roller Heard From Boers Prepare
for lbe Last Stand.
London, May 17, 2:18 p. m. Tho
War OIQco has received tho following
dispatch from Lord Roberts:
"Kroonstad, Wednesday, May 1C
Rundlo yesterday occupied Mequatllngs
Nek and Modaerpoort without oppo
sition. "Hunter has entered tho Transvaal
nnd has advanced within ten miles of
"Methuen has reached a point twelvo
miles on tho Hoopstad road without
seeing the enemy.
"Natives and local whites havo con
firmed tho previous reports of the dis
organization of tho Freo Staters.
"Tho situation hero Is unchanged. '
Hunter in Christiana.
Krooii8tad, May 17. Hunter has oc
cupied Christiana without opposition,
the enemy having retired to Klerks
dorp, under tho impression that the
latter was threatened by a portion of
this forco from Pnrys.
Rundle's forco was closo to Clocolan
yesterday evening.' Tho country was
clear ot tho enemy.
1 Tho Resident Commissioner In Ba
sutoland reports that n number of
Boers living In tho Flcksburg and
Bethlehem districts havo applied to
htm for advice and as to tho conilltloiiK
of surrender. This Is very satisfactory.
Uuller At It Again.
London, May 17, 2:i5 p. m. Tho
War Olllco has received tho following
dispatch from General Biillcr:
"DannhauBer, May 17. 'the Second
division has reached Dannhnuscr and
I hopo that my advance patrols are lit
Newcastle. Tho fifth division Is eche
loned from Elandslaatge to Glcncoe,
repairing tho railway. -Tho fourth di
vision is nt Sunday's river drift, on tho
old Newcastle road.
"Several Natal farmers aro handing
over their arms.
"All reports agreo that about 7,00n
of tho enemy passed north very hur
riedly May 14 and 15."
Mofeklng Not Taken.
Pretoria, Tuesday, May 15. An offl
clal bulletin announces that the Feder
al troops stormed and occupied tho
forts around Mafcklng on Saturday
morning. The samo night tho Feder
als wcro surrounded, losing, so far ns
known, seven killed nnd fifteen wound
ed and a number taken prisoners. The
British casualties are said to be fifty
killed or wounded.
It Is reported that the advanco guard
ot the forco proceeding to tho relief of
Mafcklng from tho south was repulsed
Volksrust, South African Republic,
Wednesday, May 18. Tho Federals
hnve abandoned tho IHggursherg and It
is believed nlso abandoned Newcnstle
this morning though their mounted
men are still on the other side or the
Boer, keeping tho British nt bay.
Victoria Day Reception.
The reception at tho British Consul
ate, Palama, In honor of Queen Vic
toria's birthday was lnrgcly attended.
Many Indies were amont; tho callers.
Consul Hoaroand Mls3 Homo iceelvcd
tho guests In tho parlor. Among thoso
who paid their respects wcro Judge
Stanley, German Consul J. 1 Hackfold,
Chlncso Consul Yang Wcl Pin and Vice
Consul Goo Kim, Spanish Vico Consul
Dr. Alvarez, British VI-.m Consul T.
Rnln Walker, Hon. Paul N?umnnn,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, J. II. Atboiton, C
M. Cooke, Jas. G. Spencer, P. M. Sw.in
zy, Dr. Garvin, Dr. Prntt nnd Prof.
W. T. Brlgham. Tho government band
played on tho grounds during tliu ic
ceptlon. "God Savo tho Queen" was
timed for high noon, when tho Queen's
health was drunk on JiidR Stunhiy'd
proposal. A lino collation was spread
In tho lannl.
At the Orpheum.
A Trip to Honolulu Is the bill for to
night nt tho Orpheum. This program
proved extremely popular on Its first
production nnd has already brought a
heavy advanco sale for this evening.
Hogan seemed as popular as ever last
evening and his numerous friends and
admirers seemed determined to miss
nono ot tho last opportunities ot seeing
him nnd his "funny folks."
BERGSTROM IMHCTSia UO,
JAMtS NEIL WILL COME
Season of Drama Opens at the Opera
House June 23d.
Managing Director C. A. Parker Arrlrcs la Ala
m-.da-Honolilu Sthiduled for Season
Eicfj Year Public Can Choose.
The James eNlll Compnu' will open
a season of' twelvo performances In
tho Opera House, Saturday evening,
This Item of Interest to the many
lovers of high class legitimate drama
was announced by Mnnnglng Dliector
Charles Astor Parker wuoailved In
tho lameda this morning. "Wo havo
never seriously considered giving up
the trip to Honolulu," said Mr. Parker.
"Our tour Is arranged In such n man
ner that we can easily play a summer
season each year, and wo contemplate
placing Honolulu on our regular sche
dule. "As Is generally known among the
atrical pcople.tlioNeUI Company is the
premier of all stock organisations
There has been no chango In tho com
pany for flvo years. It was from our
organization that tho Frawlcy com
pany enmo and I understand Honolulu
likes tho Frnwleys. Tho length of our
seasons speak for themselves; two
years at Cincinnati; seven months at
St. Paul, 7- consecutlvo weeks at Los
Augcles nnd we havo Just closed a 72
weeks' season at San Francisco. Wo
hold exclusive rights to all tho best
plays for tho country west of the Mis
sissippi. "Wo shall open in Nnt Goodwin's I1I3
success 'An American Citizen.' My
disposition now Js to offer the list of
plays nnd let tho people make their
choice. Instead of playing Saturday
matinees wo will give performances
Tuesday. Thursday, Friday nnd Satur
day night. The company will bring ell
Its scenery and equipment, that fill
two CO-foot cars. Tho salo of scats will
open In tho near future.
Tho President of tho Board of Educa
tion has received a letter from Capt.
Albert Todd In charge of tho Depart
ment ot Public Instruction nt Manila,
P. I., stating that It Is tho Intention of
tho United States Government to estab
lish there In the near future a modern
educational system for tho systematic
study of English. Capt. Todd states
that at present educational affairs In
tho Philippines aro In n chaotic state
and It is his opinion tho difficulties to
bo met nro along tho same lines as
thoso encountered In Hawaii durlns
tho Inception nnd development of tho
school system Jicrc.
Having been Informed that tho Ha
waiian Department of Education has
been very successful In establishing
English schools nnd methods of In
struction, Capt. Todd requests that tho
secretary send him copies of tho Ha
waiian school lnws; course of study,
any manuals or bulletins Issued for the
ueo of teachers, reports of Inspector
Generals and others, published docu
ments relating to education, n comploto
?"t of tho bonks used now or In tho
past, If nvnllable, nnd nny other books
or publications which will servo as 11
guide for work In tho Philippines.
Sccrctnry Rodgers Is nlready prepar
ing a renly to Capt. Todd's letter nnd
as full Instructions, Information and
samples will bo sent by return steamer
as cau bo collected In that tlmo.
The Hawaiian Agricultural Society
will hold a meeting tomorrow evening
for permanent organization, to which
all who aro interested In ngrleulturo or
any of Its departments nro Invited. Tho
meeting will be held nt tho High school
on Emma street. Tho constitution has
already been adopted. At tho meeting
tomorrow evening Allan Horbert will
deliver an Interesting address, and
Bhort nddrcsses will probably bo de
livered by others present. Thoso be
hind tho present reorganization of the
Agricultural Society nio thoroughly In
"nrnest nnd under tho new conditions
of tho Territory of Hawaii Its futuio
success Is assured. Tho membership
fee has been placed nt tho reasonable
sum of $1, and certificates for Mfo
membership will bu Issued at $rn oncli.
Czorlnn for Honolulu.
Tho O. S. S. Co. hna decided to rend
tne S. S. Czarina to Honolulu to bring
the surplus freight which the regular
steamers of the lino havo been unablo
to take. Tho Cznrlnn should arrlvo In
Honolulu not Inter than Juno 1.
Army Officers Worred
Over False Economy
Now York, May 17. A special to tho
Tribune from Washington says:
Army officers nro becoming more
concerned than ever over the danger
bclloved to bo Involved In tho polipy
adopted by tho War Department au
thorities In not appealing to Congress
to provldo for n permanent Incrcaso In
tho cnllstevV 'iPi?lh at tho present ses
sion. Tho necessity of n contlnuaneu
of all the present avallablo forco 111 tho
Philippines for nt least another year is
now regarded as Indlsputablo yet under
existing law It Is Imperative that a be
ginning must be made not later than
November In tho repatriation of troops
In tho Philippines there aro 31,000
regulars nnd 33,000 volunteers. By
July 1st of next year, all the volunteers
must havo been discharged from tho
servlco nnd the entiro regular nrmy on
duty in tho United States and in the
Islands must bo reduced to 27,000. Al
lowing 6,000 regulars for duty In tho
United States, Porto Rico, Alaska and
Hawaii, at least 43,000 men must be
brought homo from tho Philippines be
fore the end of tho next fiscal year.
With tho present ocean trausport
facilities neglecting chartered tramp
steamers which aro hardly fit to carry
mules and forage, It will tako nt least
six months to return nnd dlschnrgo tho
number of men essential to reduce the
nrmy to Its authorized strength. It Is
declared to bo out of tho question to
nttempt any reduction ot tho forco In
tho Philippines Just now, when, ns a
matter of fact, many operations have
been Ineffective for lack of forco and
It Is feared that when reductions begin
In November tho departure of troop3
will hnvp n tllnnHtrnita nffapt liv clvlni-
encouragement to Tngal leaders.
nut tuts is nothing compared with
tho danger of protracted debato over
tho proposed permanent Increase In
the next session of Congress. Little
can be expected In the way of such
legislation In December or January and
prominent odlccrs frankly dcclaro that
tho matter should bo settled this sum
mer. NEW STEVEDORE COMPANY.
When tho McCnbe, Rennlo & Hamil
ton nnd the Merchants' stevedoro com
panies combined several local mer
chants and two or threo retired tea
captains got together nnd formed an
other company for tho purpose of com
petition. Tho money has nil ucen
raised and six donkey engines ordered.
'1 ho names of tho parties (o tho trans
action cannot bo divulged Just now cs
organization has not been completed.
JnpnncHC Are DuhloUH.
Yokohama, May 5 (via Victoria, B.
C, May 17.) Affairs In China nro In a
stato of extraordinary quiescence,
while forebodings of a coming storm
arc in the nlr. Russia has gained her
points In Korea In tho shapo of n largo
tract of land bordering upon tho mag
nificent harbor of Lnsaiupo.
Much chagrin lsfert by tho Japan
ese and It Is everywhere surmised that
tho day of reckoning can tun bo long
delnyed. But all foreign and other
considerations scorn at present to be
set aside and superseded In tho absorp
tion of the national mind by the ap
proaching wedding festivities.
Drawback on Sugar Syrup.
Washington, May 17. Assistant Sec
retary Spaulding has Issued a modlll
cation of tho Instructions of tho De
partment of October 12, 1S98, prescrib
ing a rate of drawback on syrup, tho
refined product of Imported raw sugar.
Tho drawback Is reduced from CO
per cent to 30 per cent of Its net value
In tank at tho refinery In condition as
thrown flnolly from tho centrifugal,
In tho regular process of sugar manu
facture. Tho limitation as to price of
tho syrup is also removed. Theso In
structions will take effect May 18, 1D00.
Mounted Patrol Drill
Captain Fox and tho Mounted Patrol
went out to Punnhou pasture, yester
day afternoon and there Indulged In a
drill. Runaway horses woro caught
and n short sham battle .during which
several rounds of ammunition weru
llred off, was held,
Geo. Mueller Fined.
In tho Police Court this, forenoon
Ueo. Mueller was fined ?5 nnd costs on
the charge of assault and battery on Ills
wife. Mueller was defended by Attor
ney H. 11. Hitchcock.
tlurio Perry Conv(ilcn;cnt.
Judgo vrry Is convalescent and his
ft lends arc expecting to sea him ngnln
011 tho Hticet any day now. Ho has
been 111 11 long tlmo and must lit slow
getting to work.
CcrtlflcntcH for Burin I.
Imlhln, Hawaiian malo, 87, acute
tuberculosis, head of Judd stroi't.
Leong Jum, Chlncso male, fO, con
sumption, Chinese hospital.
'THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shupes. H. F.
Work for Hawaii. 11
t4 Washington, May 14. Rcpre- M
fa sentatlvc John Allen of Missis- a
S slppl called on the President tn
Pa today to recommend A. S. M
rm Humphreys for a Judgeship In Its
tai Huwuii. Humphreys formorly U4
fca lived in Mississippi and Is a IK
li Republican. na
ra Tho Scnato today passed pa
Ha Senntor Morgan's bill creating Ma
Pa n new customs district of Ha- Kt
Ka wall, with ono collector who a
Pa shall resldo at Honolulu The M
R salary Is to bo $4000 a year and im
f-n such deputy collectors nnu oth- Ha
Ha cr customs officers will bo nl- Ka
f-a lowed ns tho Secretary of the fcl
P5 Treasury shall deem necessary.
P-a i fa Pa !a r3 e Pa ls P p mi
Washington, May 17. Commlslsoncr
General Powderly Is taking actlvo steps
to establish a system of Immigrant In
spection of tho Hawaiian Islands, and
to that end ho has detailed Mr. '. II.
Larucd, tho chief clerk 01 tne immigra
tion Bureau, to proceed to Honolulu
and make a careful examination of tho
coniittlous there nnd csnu..sh a system
In nil Important partlculais tho same
as Is now In operation In tho United
Georgo E. Baldwin, clso of tho Im
migration Bureau, here, has been ap
pointed an Inspector for Honolulu. Ro
man Dublcr, an Inspector at New York,
will very Boon go to Porto Rico to
mako an examination as to tho situa
tion on the Island. 110 will secure sta
tistics of tho number ot arrivals from
otner countries, their character and
condition aim will mako n report as
eoou us possible to Mr. Powderly. Con
gressional action will bo necessary,
Uowover, before an Immigration sys
tem can be established at Porto Rlcan
ports wltn authority to examine and
deport objectionable aliens.
Boer Envoys Are
- .. Greeted Jn New York
New York, May 17. Tho official wel
coming of tho Boer cnvoyB by Mayor
Van Wyck will tako placo this after
noon nt 3 o'clock In tho Mayor's ofllco
at tho City Hall. Tho Mayor will give
tho envoys the freedom of tho city 1 nd
will present to them copies of a resolu
tion passed by tho Municipal Assembly.
1 he pnrty has no program arranged for
tonight, and will go to Washington to
morrow. Tho members refuse to tnlk
about what tney will do In Washing
ton or what they hope to accomplish.
Officers Not Optimistic.
Yokohama, May 4. (via Victoria, II.
C, May 17.) Tho United States trans
port Thomas arrived unexpectedly
from Manila on Saturday last night.
Returning officers nnd men of tho army
dlsagrco with tho optimistic views ot
tho Philippine situation lately held by
tho press and public. Everything seems
to point to a long and devastating
guerrilla warfare and altogether the
outlook Is not reassuring.
For flue full dress shirts at 31.00 each
U B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Theso
ihlrta nro strictly high grade as to T
in (I quality.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with good fit,
good style and good wear.
K "XH&K W A
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same care and attention
and their eet will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll loot tht
bill, and promise you that both will b