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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1548.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900. 12 PAGES
Pbiob 5 Obnts,
COHEN STATES SOME FACTS
Manager of Orptaun Replies to Critics
of tbe Southwells.
Standing or tbe Principals la Theatrical World
Bojcott Storj Not True-Pint
Manager Cjhcn ot the Orphcum The
ater after bj ending a great amount of
tlmo and B&jney to furnish the pcopto
ot Honolulu with an opera company
first class In every particular, ileitis
that for private reasons or otnors less
,tanglble or forcible certain papers of
tho town have taken It upon thom-
boVcs to create a fnlso Impression In
j the public mind.
Mr. Cohen had not landed with his
opera troupe beforo the knockers were
abroad with their llttlo hammers
spiteful knockers with two-for-a-cent
hammers. Various manifestations of
an effort to turn the Orphcum down
have been In evidence. The better the
attraction offered, tho more vigorous
tho tactics of the knockers. Finally orio
wise man has found that the Southwell
Company was an aggregation "recruit
ed from the soup houses of San Fran
cisco." This Is all very well from tho
knocker's standpoint and Cohen Is
rather indifferent to the attacks bo
causo bo knows that tho Southwells
will win out with tho people who' go
to bear them. But Cohen Is a chival
rous gentleman as well ns a hustler.
Hcnco o raises his voice In protest
against the attempt to browbeat his
theater and discredit the artists who
had to como 2000 miles from San
Francisco to discover that their station
In theatrical life does not rlso nbovo
tho precarious existence maintained on
Mr. Cohen and tho activo business
men associated with him In tho man
agement of tho popular theater realized
that there are four sides to every ques
tion tno right sldo, tho wrong Bide,
the inside, the outside. But they are
not discussing any side. They are
nerely stating facts. That there may
be no misunderstanding they point to
tho career ot William Worn as an
example of tho kind ot soup kitchen
recruits tho Southwell Company is
made up from. Wolff was the organ
izer and promoter ot'tho original fam
ed Castlo Square Opera Company. He
has been in tho front raw:, of his pro-,
fcsslon for seventeen yeafs'and Is con
ceded today as the, most capable organ
izer of opera companies In the United
States. He has bad to come all tho
way to Hawaii to discover through the
Information published by wlso ama
teurs that he docs not know his busi
ness. Of courso Wolff feels bndly to
think that all theso years tho leading
men ot his profession and tho most
critical dramatic critics of tbe largest
American cities have misled him. But
he still has tho well earned reputation
of being the greatest basso on the
operatic stago to fall back upon. Tho
knockers are not ready to admit It but
that's tho fact Just the same.
Mr. Hoblnson, tho musical director,
was a pupil of Sir Arthur Sullivan and
a director of the original productions
of his operas, being for eight-) ears the
musical director ot D'Oyley Carte's
theater, London, tho homo of Gilbert
and Sullivan's well known creations.
Mr. Nace'Bonville, Interpreter of char
acter roles and stage manager, for the
Southwells, was for four years with the
original Castlo Squaro Company of
Boston, where, as well as in Ban Fran
cisco ho won many plaudits for his
Hattlo Bello Ladd, wlip has already
won tho esteem and praise of Hono
lulu audiences, knockers not included,
was a member of the famous Hoston
lans. In tho characterization of Allan
a-dalo in llobin Hood she won the
plaudits ot American theater goers In
every largo city ot tho United States.
Bessie Falrburn has for xevefal
'years been conceded as tho leading
character actress In American opera
circles. As such she 'commands tho
largest Balary of any woman in her lino
in the United SUtcs.
Wlntred Goff. Well, if it had not
been for tho fact that Goff wanted to
sec what Honolulu was like, the peoplo
would not,have bad tho oppoi tunlty ot
hearing tho best comic opera baritone
of tho country. Goff was slated for a
season In New York, but ho preferred
tho tropics, though the New York man
ager raised toe offer to him to come
Then take Phil Branson. Honolulu
people ought to know him, because
some of them have been to the Tlvoll.
Branson'has been singing a pruminent'
roio ai mo nvou lor several years ani
quit tho place for tbe summer season
In order to como to Honolulu.
Tlllio Salllnger played continuously
at tho Tlvoll for four or flvo years.
Moro recently she has boen with the
celebrated Henderson company, having
won favor with audiences in New York
and Chicago. Tho original tenor ot the
Southwell Company, Mr, Peruse, did
not come becauso his physicians have
ordered him to glvo up tho stago for
a year on account ot throat trouble To
Oil thJs gap Mr, Cohen sent to Now
York to get a tenor of well known
ability then singing at tho Casino
Opera House. The Casino by tho way
Is not a soup kitchen, although the lo
cal critics of tho Southwell's would
probably have to read tho statement
in tho dictionary oeforo they would
bo convinced that It was not. They
know so much about operas and opera
companies. This tenor will arrive at
Honolulu In the Australia.
So much for tho principals. Tho
chorus, so pretty and attractive in face
and figure, bo powerful and artistic In
voice, Is tho pick of the original com
pany. Each member Is competent to
tako a leading role. Among them Marie
Rosa, has Just completed a two
years' courso of study In Italy with the
great masters. She has a rare sweet
soprano voice and will bo heard later
on as tho Queen In the "Queen's Lace
Handkerchief." Miss Vaughn Tcx
mlth, mezzo soprano, has also bad the
advantage of a thorough European mu
sical education. Bho will appear in a
leading roio inthe near futuie. Ueioro
going 6n the stago she was a society
bello ot Galveston, Tex. Her father is
one of the wealthiest men of tho city.
As sho docs not need money she has
expended her energy In adding wealth
of expression and nrtistlc character to
a voice that charms and enthuses.
This is merely a brief sketch of the
Southwell Opera Company principals
who played the most phenomenal sea
son of fifty-eight weeks In the Grand
Opera House at San Francisco. Night
after night tho houses .were packed.
After they gave up tho season to come
to Honolulu, the business of the house
fell off to such an extent that tho'man-
agcr offered Mr. Cohen 13000 as a prem
ium to cancel tho Honolulu contract.
To get at a few moro facts Mr. Co
hen was asked If It was truo as Btatcd
In Honolulu before his arrival that he
had solicited tho Neltl company to
como to Honolulu under tho Orpheura
management and on meeting with re
fusal had threatened to boycott the
Nelll company If they played here In
tho Opera House,.
"That statement Is a lie," said Mana
ger Cohen. "I never requested them
to play under our management, and
never threatened to boycott them or
nny ono else. They sent for mo 'and
Mr. Parker asked me some questions
about Honolulu. I answered him
honestly and correctly. I was about to
leave tor Los Angeles to get tho South
wells and told the Nelll peoplo I would
talk with tbcm when I came back.
When I got back I had secured tho
Southwells and did not have to talk
with any ono. It Is my Intention to
obtain a first class attraction for Ho
nolulu. That has always been the aim
of tho directors ot tho Orphcum Com
pany and we have got It. If .the ten
penny critics want to educate tho peo
plo to second class attractions they arc
freo to do it. The Southwells played In
San Francisco over a year; longer than
the Nelll company could possibly play,
and to over double the money of the
Nellls. Our salary list is over twico
as largo as the Nellls and it costs threo
times as much to bring our company
to Honolulu. Under theso conditions
If I can-bring a first class opera attraction-
hero and offer it to tho people at
$1, 75 and GO cents, what right have
they to charge- a $1.50 rato? Wo ask
no guarantee fund or advance sale. Wo
simply offer tho peoplo tho best and
give it to them on tho same terms that
they get In tno States.
"The costumes alone are a heavy cx
penfco. Each opera of tho repertoire
will have Its new and special costumes.
These arc not all here, but tbey aro
coming by the next steamer. Thero are
thirty operas In the repertoire that re
quire 114 large wardrobe trunks. These
trunks will all bo here and tho people
will seo the operas costumed as well as
any opera ever put on tho American
stage. Furthermore wo' have to pay
large royalties on many of our pieces.
El Capltan, tho Telephone Girl, Girl
from Paris and Isle of Champagne each
cost 250 a week In royalltles. The
other pieces cost from $75 a week up.
"I admit' that it is difficult to reply
to critics who have .not been to seo
tho company but simply follow orders
to give tho whole proposition a roast.
That is tho basis ot a good part ot
"All I ask is that tho people come
to tho Orphcum and judge for them
selves. That wilLsettla It and tn our
favor. It Is only a short tlmo beforo
tho knockers will-put nway their ham
mers and proceed to kick themselves
for trying to injure a local enterprise
and keep first class companies away
Something is wrong with the new
bell buoy. Tho bell refuses to ring. It
is believed that the buoy Is Bet too
deep In tho water.
Gent's' Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
one wcok only: don't fall to' see them.
HONOLULU J SCHOOL
day and Night cusses
Rooms ii-ii, ud Floor J 9 a. k.- f. m
Mount 1 t;o : r. m
Graceful and Grand.
In tho new layout of China-
town, prepared by Walter E. Wall, it
r tho city surveyor, ono of tho
streets takes out most of tho
Kaumakaplll church ruins. Be-
foro the flro the block Ewa of tho,
church site was occupied by a
poor class of buildings. Mr. Wall
suggests that citizens Join In at
4 movement to acquire tnat block
nnd build theron nn edifice for
tho Kaumakaplll congregation.,
r When tho flames wero devour-
Ing tho beautiful Interior of tho
old church Alexander Young
Minister of the Interior, exclaim- H
cd, "The people of Honolulu will
build another church for tho na-
tlvcs." Since then Mr. Young
haa offered to subscrlbo to a fund it
for that noble purpose. It would
bo an act of love to tho Hawallans
at .once graceful and grand, while
Mt would be an easy proposition If
generally embraced by the com!
r munity. Nothing less than an ar-
chltcctural ornament to Honolulu,
It Is understood, should be con-
STATEMENT OF DR. MOURITZ
Editor Evening Bulletin: In a late
Issue of your paper Marshal Brown has
seen fit to Issue certain statements in
advance, reflecting on me. Tho kahunu
story Is sheer malice, and can only add
to tho grief ot the family. Fourteen
weary years I have treated the Ka
Tho other case. I suggested treating
the lady nt her homo at Kaluaaha, sue
wlscl yclcctcd to proceed to Kamaio.
I did tho best I'could temporarily. For
mo to treat tho case at Kamaio was Im
possible. I cannot explain In 'print.
I do not fear tho Marshal or any
tribunal. The Molokal fevers havo left
mo alive, which must bo a great source
of grief to my detractors.
A. MOURITZ, M. D.
Pukoo, Molokal, May 29, 1900.
DIDN'T WANT TO MOVE.
Tho captain of tho Czarina saw fit
to get his vessel right alongside tho
Pacific Mall wharf yesterday, con
trary to Dr. Wood's orders. Dr. Wood
went down to the wharf and told the
captain pcrsopally to movo out six
feet from tho wharves as Honolulu did
not want tho Czarina's rats, sho bav
in.? como from San Francisco. The
captain answered Dr. Wood to the ef
fect that ho would stop discharging
first. Dr. Wood told him he would have
to do that or move away from the
wharf. A little later on Dr. Garvin
was sent down and tho captain finally
concluded It would bo best to move.
Wyflcld In Port.
Tho Br. S. S. Wyefleld with her hold
full ot hay, grain nnd feed for Manila,
arrived In port this forenoon at about
11 o'clock, 13 days from Tacoma. She
comes to this port to dtschargo a deck
load of lumber for tho Navy Depart
ment and to tako pu coal for tho re
mainder of her trip. Tho last tlmo tho
Wyefleld was here she carried horses.
Making Everything Ready.
Minister Damon Is getting nil the
books, papers and funds ot the Finance
department really to turn over to his
successor, tho Treasurer of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii, promptly upon the
change of government. .Ho will leave
a healthier balance than ho found in
tho Hawaiian treasury.
Invitations have been sent out for
tho wedding of Miss Itowcna Dowsett
to Mr. Herbert Vivian F. Turner at th.i
Cathedral on, Wednesday, Juno C at K
Tho wedding will be a quiet ono and
will bo witnessed only by relatives and
a few intimate friends ot the families.
KouqI Plantation Managers.
Tho following plantations managers
from Kauai arrived in the W. G. Hall
this morning for tho purpose of attend
ing tho labor convention Monday: C.
W. Wolters, Anton Cropp, E. E. Con
ant, Geo. H. Falrchlld nnd G. P. Ewnrt.
Native at Hospital.
Tho natlvo at tho hospital who had
a hand blown off-at WalkikI tho other
day, is doing very well. His eyo wai
slightly Injured but "tho man will not
lose his cyesignt as supposeu. ,
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
I'AIN PEN. All sUes, all shapes. H. F,
BHfl IBM BbI BBl BH BH ' SBBBT BBBH BHBBf sVJ BflHH Bl hl
BERQSTROM liVLTTSIO OO.
NEAR TWICE OPSET PRICE
Commissioner's Sale io Conha Estate
Partition Realizes $15,200.
Irregular Shaped Area of 26,700 Sqaan Feit
Wild Slit; Feet Front on School
Near Nuuaou Street.
It Is a bottlo-shaped piece of land,
tho Cnd Of tllO neck CO font wtiln frnnl.
Ing on School street. The premises arc
next to Captain W. B. Godfrey's home
stead at tho corner of Nuuunu street.
Their area Is 26.700 nniinrn fW nn.l
two cottages stand on the ground.
James A. Thompson was appointed
Commissioner of Court by Circuit
Judso Stanley tn unit thin nmnnrlv fin.
der a bill In equity for partition among
tno neirs ot tno late Antonc George
Will E. Fisher. nilrllnillMtr mo m.
ployed by tho Commissioner to con-
uuci mo saie nr 12 noon today, at tho
front entrance of tho Judiciary build
ing. There was a largo gathering of
real estate men and homestead scekera,
the sale having been advertised amply
in the Bulletin.
The unset nrlcn was JROfln. nn.l hn
first bid was S!)000. Willi nntplr nnn.
cession bids enmo in $100 advances un
til nfter tho $10,000 mark was reached.
After that S. K. Ka-no and another
were left tho nnlv mmnrtlfnra nml
Col. Fisher had to coax tho hundred a
mtie. Third and last tlmo for $10,000
was In tho air, when tho descending
right-hand of tho nuctloneer'wns check
.C. D. Cliasn said Slt.nnn. Tlirn MinrA
were threo for a llttlo while. It was
J100 a nnd nulrk nml font, nml Mr
Chaso gavo tho even twelve, thirteen,
lourtecn nnu nrteen thousand bliM.
Long before tho lust figure It had been
a duel hot wren hlni nnd Mr K'n.nn
Now the latter transposed the scalo to
tne ou Key. out tne limit of his regis
ter was $15,160.
"Sold to C. D .Chnso for Sir,.-nn ' nr
nearly double tho upset price, upon
expert appraisement, nxeu ny tho
EXCURSION TO MAUNALEI
W. H. Pain's proposition to take tho
agency of tho Maunnlcl Plantation Co.
for nlraself, under a new hoard of di
rectors, has fallen through. "
A meeting of Matfnalel stockholdets
was held today. Tho directors wero au
thorlzea to bond the plantation for not
to exceed $350,000. They were also au
thorized to provide transportation for
an excursion to Maunnlel, free to iny
stockholders who mny dcslro to look
over tho property. Tho dato of tho ex
pedition is left to ho fixed by tho direc
tors. Probably it will leave on a Sat
urday evening and return tho next
Manager Stodnit, who is In town, re
ports everything on tho plantation in
line condition. The Tact Is moro can be
shown for the money expended than on
almost any new plantation In tho Isl
ands. There is absolutely nothing
doubtful about the proposition from u
planter's view. All of tho present diffi
culties are duo to the delinquency of n
portion of the stock, tho case being tho
same ns those ot several other planta
tions floated within the past eighteen
Police Court Notes.
In tho Police Court this forenoon tho
following cases were disposed of: Mit
su, common nuisance, $1 Oand costs;
Snaoka, assault nnd battery on Kaal,
nollo pros'il; Ah Po, gnmbllng, $5 nnt
costs; Chas. Kupahu, desertion, repri
manded nnd discharged; Tanakn, as
sault and battery on Horlse, $5 and
costs; Ah Choy, opium In possession,
$50 and costs.
A buggy owned by Jim Cnrty and
hired by Geo. Kafn was left standing
on King street this forenoon. Tho
horse became frightened, ran away and
ended up between a couple of drnys on
Queen street. There wasn't much led
of the buggy, Tho horse was caught
by Captain Fox of tho Mounted. Patrol.
A Handsome Present
A flno phaeton was sent out to tho
sisters on duty nt the Knllhi receiving
station this afternoon. It Is under
stood that this was a present from the
Hoard of Health In recognition of the
services ot these ladles.
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Great Sporting Excursion
it John It. Wilson, president of tho H
H Hllo Jockey Club, has sent lnvlta- a
H tlons to all tho owners of horses ii
Intending to tako part In tho Kn-
mehameha Day races at Kaplo-
lanl park, asking them to send .
H their racers to Hllo to partlclnato H
H- In tho Fourth of July meeting nt
that town. a
H It Is understood that many of H
H tho horse owners are willing to A1
H accept tho Invitation, If trnnspor- .7
Si tntlon facilities can bo arranged
for. Probably, according 4o crcdl-
sY- bio reports', a steamer will bo it
chartered for tho excursion. Col. -
W. II. Cornwall's string of horses, it
H It Is expected, will form nn lm- 't
portnnt contingent. ,
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SPECIAL ELECTION LIKELY
President Dole has taken the preli
minary steps for ordering a special
election when ho becomes Governor of
tho Territory of Hawaii. This does not
say that ho has determined to order a
special election, but that be will have
everything In readiness for Issuing the
proclamation nt onco on comlnc to
such a decision.
FRBD HARVEY LEAVES LETTER
When Fred Harvey denarted for Mid
way Island In tho Iroquois the other
day, he left behind n letter addressed to
his mother. Upon seeing this missive
sho naturally toro It.opcn excitedly.
It has been learned that Fred told In
his letter to his mother, of his mar
riage to a young lady In Utah when he
was working In the mines there n
couple of years ago. On account of his
youth ho had not dared to tell his
mother on account of possible, parental
wrath. At all events tho Indy was In
Sun Francisco with their child.
Mrs. Harvey hns.decldcd to leave for
tho Coast veiy soon to hunt up her
daughter-in-law and bring her to Ho
nolulu. Klnuu Passengers.
Tho folowlhg arrived from Maul and
Hawaii ports in the Klnuu this after
noon: F. H. McCormnck. D. H. Hitchcock,
wife, child nnd maid, H. B. Gehr, H. C.
Austin, S. P. Shaw, W, F. Boardman,
wife nnd child, C. E. Egan, E7P. Snow,
wife and two children, J. T. Molr, W.
F. Hyncs, W. B. Scott, D. I.ycurgus,
Row C. W. Hill, J. W. Rnnklns, Mrs.
L. T .Grant, Dr. W. L. Moore, P. M.
McMahon, J. F. Baker, Rev. Y. Eekul,
CM. Lc Blond, Mrs. M. Miner, Miss E.
Miner, Roht. Burns, Miss E. Schradcr,
Geo. Ross, N. Ohlundt, G. C. Hewitt,
n. D. Altken. J. Wllcock, L. Notlcy nnd
Bervnnt, Miss Bertha Meyer, Miss Mary
Duncan, Mrs. W. A. Hardy, H. McCor
rlston nnd wife, Mis Dove McCor
rlston, Miss 'Eva McCorlston, Master
Geo. McCorrlston, Master Oscar Mc
Corrlston. J. Watt, A. Lydgate, J. M.
Horner, Dr. C. L. Stow, Mrs. Grcnlston,
Mrs. C. Becker and cnild. J, E. IMller,
O. S. Mulrhead, T. S. Young, J. Hind,
nev. M. C. Kaloha, Rev. Kong Yet Yin,
Rev. C A. Austin, K. F. Sedgwick, M.
M. OShnughncssy, D. Forbes, II. S.
Townsend, A. Moore, wife, two chil
dren nnd servnnt, Chas. Williams, Rev.
U M. Kamakawowoolc, D. Do ward, J,
P. Murray, Mrs. J. O. Long and'daugh-.
tcr, Young Knm, F, Schonlg. Mra, M. A.
Crewes, P. II. Burnett, Mrs. D. Horrlt,
six children nnd maid, and' 178 deck
The Lace House.
Thqjndlcs of the city are becoming
very much Interested In tho new lace
house to be opened In tho Arlington
block, Hotel street.
This Interesting event will take
place on Thursday morning, June
7th, when will he on display the
choicest laces, Irish linens, ladles' and
child! en's underwear and lingerie, rib
bons nnd gloves obtainable by Mr.
Brnsch In the European and American
Tho fiesh, ncwt styles will bo a reve
lation to many and a treat Is promised
by those who admire beautiful goods.
Seo aununcrincnt on pa go 2.
Dr.' Wood was spoken to about the
Chtsholm case this morning nnd, lu
response to a question, gave put tho
following Infuimntlon: "Although we
aro still working on the case in tho
laboratory wo aro pretty sure that
Chisholm did not have plague. How
ever, wo aro not yet absolutely suro.
Rats wero Inoculntrd with some of tho
bacilli that resembled those of plague
and, although one died, It lived beyond
tho tlmo that It would If tho bacilli
had been those of plague. Every pre
caution possible wastaken In this case."
If you wish to get lino l'uguucs call
In Iwakaml arid get some to suit the
color of your lints.
William Savldgv will suit you lu
houses and lots. , Sw To l,et' column
on page 8.
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teacben
Following is tho standing ot the
Teachers' Contest up to Saturday,
Juno 2. Tho names corresponding to
tho numbers may be obtained by ap
plication at tho Bulletin ofllcj. TbitM
numbers apply to tho sarao name,
throughout tho contest:
, Llhue, Kauai - 750
1 St. Peters 454
, Fort St. MRht School. 252
, Royal Schcol ..223
, Wjilluku, Maul 150
, HlghSchooi 93
. : 71
, Kaikopua 01
,, Private 58
, lolanl 50
1 Kaiulant School 46
, Kaakopua bchojl 46
, Royal School 34
, High School 34
, lolanl School 2
, Relo'm bcliwl 18
, Hono'nu. Hawaii 14
, lolanl School ...13
. lolanl bchool ti
, Kaihopua School 11
, Kauluwela bchojl 10
, Oahu 8
, it. Andrew's Priory 7
, I lanl School 5
. Night 5
3". -. St. Peters a
, Haleluku, Maul 4
, St. Peters 2.
.Royal School 1
, St. Ancrew's Priory ... 1
, High School 1
, Walmea, K.iujI 1
, Lanalna School 1
The old standby, tho Australia, which
can always bo depended on, plague
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tho ship that will carry
tho fortunate teacher who secures tho
prize on her well deserved outing trip.
Everyone knows the Australia, and
though Bhc does roll Just a llttlo bit,
tho food you get is ro good it simply
has to stay down. Tho genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do all In
their power to make tho trip a delight
ful tlmo long to bo remembered by the
teacher who Is declared tho most popu
lar of tho Islands. The return ticket
will be good for four months and th
visit at the Coast will bo limited In
tlmo only by tho d"sircs of the teacher.
If you want to give ono of your
teacher friends one of tho most pleas
ant summers they have ever enjoyed
Just cut out the votes which appear 1
tho upper right hand corner ot this
pago tn each lssuo and deposit them In
the ballot box'at tho Bulletin office.
If your aro not satisfied with this alow
way of bringing her to tho front why
tnen subscrlbo for the Bulletin and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news and the most correct
news and get it all tho time, and In ad
dition you will bo given votes' to cast
for your favorite teacher as follows,
according to the term ot your sub
1 MONTH 0 rotes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
.1YEAR 750 "
Subscriptions aic 75 cents a month
or $3 a pear In advance.
For fine full dress shirts at $1.00 cfcch
L. B. Kerr '& Co., Queen street. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to 9.
and quality. "
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the...,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock is now replete with gfo4 Hf,
good style and good wear.
.If you cannot come In with vour
children, send them in and they will re
celve just the same care nnd attention
and their eet will be just as cartfulj)
fitted, as If you were with thtm.
We'll fit the foot If you'll- fort Uu
bill, and promise you that both will b
. .-wj Jr.