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ONE VOTE FOB
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Tim MOST POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1551.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Oentb.
AMERICAN POSTAGE SYSTEM.
United States Post Office Inspector M. H. Flint, with Assistant H. II.
Hall, arrived In tho Australia this morning to carry on tlio work of
inaugurating tho American postal system in Hawaii.
"Wo will have tho 2-cent postago in force here on tho morning of
Juno 14," remarked Mr. Flint. "I hbavo tho full equipment, so far as
stamps aro concerned, on hoard tho Australia. Thero aro about nlno
tons of stamps in tho consignment. Wo havo our hands full, I can teli
you, but wo will stay awako nights, If necessary, to carry tnc matter
through on time.
"Honolulu will bo' an ofllco of tho first class, and as such will havo
a housc-to-nouso dollvery system. There may bo sotno delay In set
ting this part of the work In full swing, as your houses aro not all
numbered. I had an Idea that tho system was already in vogue. Any
way, Honolulu will have all tho equipment of a flrst-class post office
of tho United States money orders, postal notes, registered letters,
special delivery, etc. It will tako tlmo, of course, to straighten out tho
details, but you can say that tho G-ccnt poBtago on letters to tho
States will bo a thing of tho past next Thursday."
Mr. Flint Is a comparatively young man, of pleasing address, and In
mannerisms and speech shows himself to uo a hustler nnu thoroughly
equipped for tho task in hand. He, with Mr. Hall, nro today in con
fprenco with Postmaster Oat.
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Roberts Believed to
Be in Johannesburg
London, May 20. As Lord Huberts
had heretofore always fulfilled his pre
dictions, It is taken for granted hero
that the British marched into Johan
nesburg at noon today. Indeed, re
ports uro curreut that telegrams havo
already been received announcing tho
fact, and tho serious part of th ccam
palgn of tho military point of view Is
regarded as over. Any prolonged de
fense of Pretoria Is considered high
ly Improbable, and many tallltaty men
antlcipato that General French will
capture tho Transvaal capital within
a day or two with a sudden and un
Public Interest centers largely in
President Kruger, his capturo or es
cape. Tho occupation of Pretoria
would be largely robbed of Its vuluo In
tho estimation of tho British If Oom
Paul were still at largo and able to
keep alive tho dying embers of war.
A Pretoria despatch says tho situa
tion at Johannesburg shows, as re
ported by Lord Roberts that older Is
maintained from the gold reef city.
Th crcport that the uritlsh were
driven back evidently refers to the pro
longed fight of General French nest
ward of Johannesburg. But apparently
tho British wero not seriously checked
as Lord Roberts docs not mention it In
hish despatch twenty-four hours later.
A despatch from Mafcking, dated
Friday, May 25, reports that General
Snymau, tho Boer commander, has left
his forco and arrived nt his farm with
a sbarpnel bullet In his foot.
Tho Boer laager at Roolgraad It is
added, has retired further into tho
Transvanl and Mafcking is rapidly re
suming Its normal state. Major Gen
eral Baden-Powell, on tho Queen's
birthday, gavo a dinner to tho ofllccrs
of tho relief columns. During th5
course of a speech, proposing tho
Queen's health, the defender of Mafc
king remarked that ho was so elated by
tho recent occurrences that ho felt ho
could "Drink tho health of Paul Kru
ger himself, coupled with that of Cccel
Rhodes," adding, "because Ki tiger has
been tho causo of tho present gic.it out
burst of Imperial feeling and Rhodes
was tho rod rag to the hull whl"'i drew
MR. YOUNG HOME GAIN
Hon. Alexander Young, Minister of
tho Interior, returned homo from a
flying trip to San Francisco In tho Aus
tralia. Ho attended tho regular ses
sion of tho executive Count II this
morning. Mr. Young was stood up for
news by a Bulletin reporter but re
fused to deliver. Ho wanted tlmo to
collect his faculties utter the concert
aboard tho steamer last nlgM Tho
passengers had a good time. "For
charity, no," said Mr. Young. Hut I
can tell you that I raised $33,G00 while
away for tho Hospital for Incurables."
Mr. Young said parts of tho stories in
tho Chronlclo and Examiner about his
projected new business block were cor
rect and tho rest as you please. Ho had
not seen any reporters from those pa
pers on tho subject. All uiat he could
say just yet was that preliminary
drawings had been made.
DEALING WITH SAN FRANCISCO
Dr. Wood reported to tho Ext-cutlvo
Council this morning that tho ustra
lla's bill of health admitted plugiio lu
San Francisco, Ho had allowed passen
gers to conio ashoro and ilecldoad of
fruit to bo landed. Cnlneso fooatuffs
In tho hold could not be laiukd until
the cargo was fumigated. The ugentB
had objected, as much of the goods was
perishable. Ho had given iiio option
of taking tho goods back to San Fran
cisco or having tho hold fumigated.
Tho Executive approved this action,
being In favor of treating San Fran
cisco tho sarao as any other Infected
Conbul Gccnral Wilder has icportcd
to tho Government that up to May 2G
thero had been nlno cases of bubonic
plague in San Francisco.
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New Oceanic Steamer
Sierra Is Launched
Philadelphia, May 29. Tho now Pa
cific liner Sierra was successfully
launched at Cramp's shipyard this
morning. Several hundred persons, in
cluding tho ofllclals of tho Oceanic
Steamship Company of San Francisco
and tho ofllccrs and experts of the
Cramp corporation, saw the launching.
Miss Cnsslc L. Hayward, daughter of
Captain Henry M. Hayward, who is lu
command tho new steamship, officiated
as sponsor and gavo tho handsome
craft her baptism of champagne ns she
sturtcd for tho water. At tho conclu
sion of tho launching an claborato lun
cheon was served and several congra
tulatory speeches made.
Tho Sierra Is one of the thrco steam
ships which tho Cramps aro building
fur tho Oceanic Steamship Company,
and, with the exception of tho Ameri
can liners St. Louis and St. Paul, sho Is
tho largest passenger carrier ever con
structed here. Tho Sierra and her
sister ships nro to be operated from
Sun Francisco to Hawaii, Samoa and
Australia. Tho principal dimensions
of tho Sierra ore: Length between per
pendiculars, 400 feet; extreme breadth,
SO feet; depth, 43.G feet; displacement,
7,000 tons; speed, 17 knots. The con
tract for tho steamers was signed
March C, 1S99. It is expected that the
Sierra will bo completed In tlmo for de
livery in San Francisco beforo Septem
Kamcliamclia Girls Schools.
Thero was a largo number of people
present at tho commencement exercises
of tho Kamcliamclia school for Girls
labt night. Following tho excellent
chorus work of the girls under tho di
rection of Miss S. Lillian Byington
curno tho reading of the following es
says by tho graduates: "A Glanco at
th eKltchcn," by Nancy Ahl; "An Old
Hawaiian Industry," Hannah Kcanu;
"Nursing: Its Present Phase at Ka
mcliamclia," Hattlo Awana; "A New
Industry: Law Making," Emma Kaipu;
"Our Reading Clubs," Margaret Ana-
hti; "Social Life at Kamchamcba: Its
Alms," Helen Desha; "A Domestic
Art," by Hater Aktin.
Tho diplomas wero presented by Col.
V, F .Allen ,one of tho trustees of Ku
itichameha. Tho guests were kindly Invited to in
spect tho Industrial work of tho girls.
A glanco showed tho most excellent
teaching that the girls aro receiving
under tho present competent corps of
At tho meeting of tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Association yesterday Rev.
.1. M. Lydgato of Kauai was chosen
moderator. Tho first business wnsthc
trading of the statistical reports of tho
churches. Halll church of Hllo re
ported $3,000 raised during tho year.
Forty-seven church reports wero read.
Other reports wero read showing
church work in tho Islands to bo In a
nourishing condition. A committee,
was appointed to wait upon Governor
Dole and Queen LUItiokalanl for tho
purposo of securing an nutllenco from
each for tho association,
First U. S. Stamp.
When tho United States stamps aro
llrst put on halo here thero will un
doubtedly bo u rush to tho window by
various pcoplo Interested to obtain tho
first stamp sold In the Territory of Ha
waii. Gent's Hormsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
nt L. B. Kerr & Co.'b. Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to eco thorn.
Day and Night Cusses
Rooms ii-ii, jrj Floor f 9 A, m. 4 p. M
Hours I 7:109 3a p. m
Convention of Hawaiians
Lean to Independent Action
In tho neighborhood of a hundred
and fifty natlvo Hawaiians, forming
tho nucleus of what will undubtcdly bo
an Independent political party In these
Islands, met In tho drill shed this fore
noon to hear what R. W. Wilcox and
other Hawaiian leaders had to say on
tho political status hero today. On tho
platform wero Kalauoknlanl, who acted
as chairman, Jos. K. Kaulla, president
of tho Aloha AIna Society, R. W .Wil
cox and other prominent natives.
Object of Meeting.
Knlauokalanl called' on Rev. J. B.
Lolclwl for prayer and then opened the
meeting with a short speech. He stat
ed that tho object of tho meeting wnf
to consider what should be done by
tho Hawaiians In the matter of politi
cal organization under tho new condi
tions. Hawaii a Territory.
As tho result of the work of tho
United States Government, Hawaii
had become a Territory of that coun
try and tho natives full fledged citi
zens. Up to tho tlmo that annexation
became h fact, tho Hawaiians bad
striven for tho restoration of the mon
archy. Perhaps that feeling was still
with a great many. The hope thnt some
European power would Intcrcfero was
over In tho hearts of loyal Hawaiians.
However, a.i that had passed away
and Hawaii was now a part of the
United States. The old hope, should bo
put asldo and every Hawaiian should
work shoulder to shoulder for tho good
of Hawaii. Continuing, Knlauokalanl
"I call upon nil of you to think care
fully over what you Intend to do. Tho
tlmo Is ripo for thought. We havo
been given our laws by tho United
States and wo can voto as American
citizens. Tho United States has given
us certain privileges. Are wo going in
Ob a wholo to light for tho good of the
country or arc wo going to hold aloof.
That remains with you.
Bury the Post.
"Perhaps you arc not all willing to
bury the past but wait and hear what
our delegate, Robert Wilcox, has to say
and then I think you will seo it is to
your interest to get over tho old feel
ing and forgo ahead. The United
States has been kind to us. Wo should
accept what has been given to us and
Jain hnnd In hand In tho great work
that Is beforo us.
"Wo havo never been given tho pow
er to vote by the pcoplo recently In
power. Now thero Is no longer any
thing In the way of tho Hawaiians and
wo havo full power to voto as wo see
fit, without even the slightest restric
tion. Two Great Partlcst.
"Thero nro two great parties In the
United States the Republicans nnd the
Democrats. You should not forget
what tho Democrats did for tho natives
uor yet should you forget what yon
have recently had at the hands of the
Republican Administration. Somo of
you may want to Join ono or tho other
of theso pnrtlcs but, If you do not feel
you want to ally yourselves with
either, then form another party nnd
light for what you bcllevo to bo right.
You have seen what tho Republicans
havo done inward organization and are
now In a pnFlliou to watch what is be
ing done by the Democrats. I say
again, It is with ou to choose what
will bo your future course.
"Cu tho 12th of August, 1S98, our bo
loved Hag went down forever. Of
com tie, we can never forget that but
now that Is past, let us look forward,
ever prnj lug God to f.ithlo us In tho
dub. K. Kuulia Spenks.
Kalatiokalanl hero Introduced Jul.
K. Kaulla. president of tho Aloha AIna
Society who spoko. In brief, ns fol
lows: "Let lj look to Hawaii. .
"Wo have hero today (now that Ha
waii bus become a part of tint United
States) two gient political parties tho
Republicans and tho Democrats. For
boven yeurH wo havo had neither of
thcfo In our country. However, thero
wero two parties tho Annexationists
and the Royalists. Out of Mother An
nexation two children have been boin
Uim Republican and Democratic par
ties. I am an Independent.
"For myBclf, 1 will Join neither. I
Intend to bo an Independent ami I hopo
you will bo the same. Let us Join
hands nnd knock out the missionaries.
Wo havo been deprived of everything
for seven years. Now that wo can voto
let us go ahead and work. Wo are hcio
to decide Just how wo aro to stand.
"Tho Democrats nnd Republicans
are trying to frighten us Into tho be
lief that, lu enso wo do not Join out)
or tho other, we will just dlo n natural
death and that wo will bo unablo to
Power to Vote.
"Now tho United States has given
us the power to voto, and no one can
prevent us. Hartwell, Dolo's man, tried
In every manner to down tho natives
but we had observing friends In Wash
ington. Theso men saw that tho Ha
waiians wero most worthy of consider
ation nnd, through their labors, wo
navo been given must Just lnws.
"Wo nro Americans and wo will voto
nt the ballot box. Let us bo Indepen
dent." (Great applause.)
Enter Bob Wilcox.
The next speaker introduced was
Robert W. Wilcox, tho delegate of the
Hawaiians, who returned from Wash
ington In the City of Peking Monday
Mr. Wilcox began his speech with an
"aloha" to the pcoplo present which
was responded to by "alohas' all over
tho house. In brief, Mr. Wilcox spoke
"About a year has passed since 1
went to Washington to work for tho
jood of tho people of Hawaii. My do
.erminatlon to go was arrived at very
suddenly. I left In the Coptic Novem
ber 15, 1899, In company with W. O
Smith. Attorney Cnyplcss, my nssocl
lte, went on before mo and I met him
Work tor Restoration.
"Of course', our first work was to seo
f lofttoration could not be nccom
illshcd. Fulling In this, our next work
.vas to procieil to Washington and
here make a fight for good laws for
ho pcoplo of Hawaii. It was our In
cntlon to gd beforo the American poo
dle In tho newspapers and obtain
nough Influence, if possible, to get
jack our old-time form of govern
ment. Newspapers Consulted.
"Our first attempt was with the Se
nile Times. You will remember, 1
lent papers to Honolulu, In which was
1 nlcturo of Queen LUitiolcalani stand
ns on Hawaii with her bands held up,
.vhilo robbers wero pulling out tho land
.'rom under our feet. The editor of the
Times told us our causo was a hopo
css one. Even if wo had thousands of
lotlars we could not accomplish whnt
"In Chicago, Washington nnd New
York wo moj with tho same opinion
jn the parttif tho editors of tho prln
ipal papers friendly to our causo.
Thero was no use crying over split
milk,' they said."
Traces Work on Bill.
Just nt this point Mr. Wilcox began
the story of the work on the Hawaiian
bill lu tho House and Senate. He spoke
it tho various Representatives nnd
Senators, lining them up on ono sldo or
the other, as they were favorable or
unfuvorablo to tho striking out of the
property qualification and tax clauses.
Ills attendance at tho meetings of tho
llouso committee wero carefully de
tailed. At tho first meeting Colonel
Llttlo of Hllo wits tho llrst speaker
'rom Hit wail. Llttlo was favorablo to
ho Hawaiians. although what ho went
to Washington for wns to place certain
land questions beforo tho committee.
"I wns the next to speak, and I did my
best to havo tho propel ty qiinllllrntlon
clituso knocked out.
S III '! 1 I ' '
"W. O. Smith was the last Hpeaker.
Ho fought for tho property qualifica
tion and mutlo tho statement thnt, al
though tho Hawaiians wero n good peo
ple, tiiey were wholly Irresponsible anil
Incapable of governing themselves. Ho
urged the recommendation of all the
A Doused Rot.
Mr. Wilcox mentioned C'ulloni its the
principal fighter on tho Dolo sldo ami
ilkened him to a dmibcil rat when the
oto was taken and It wns found that
the property qualification had been
knocked out. Knox was also mentioned
playfully, Mr. Wilcox giving out tho
Information thnt he was n schoolmate
"My work'WjMo pay particular at
tention to whtrlns going on lu con
nection with matters Hawaiian and 10
do all In my favor to obtain good lavs
for Hawaii. I did this CDiiselcntloiiHlv
Power Is In Our linnets.
"Now, then, tho peoplo who have,
cuten our food, the men who have ruled
affairs with an arbitrary hnnd for
seven years and who held tlifiiibclvc.t
above us have nothing left. Tho power
Is In our hands, my fi lends, If wo will
but use It. If wo wnut wo can control
both houses of this Territory.
Gnri Wits with Me.
"When the propel ty qualification and
tho tax claiiao wero knocked out It did
seem as If God was with me, for there
I wns battling single bunded against
odds thnt would certainly havo mado 1
strong man tremble.
Regarding the Monarchy.
"Just a llttlo In regard to tho mon
archy, now gono forever. It was, of
course, with deep rcgict that I saw ev
erything denied our Queen by the men
nt the head of affairs In Washington.
However, Bho hns roturncd to you, glad
to bo here and glad thnt you havo been
given tho power of ruling yourselves.
If you stand together In the manner
of a solid wall of masonry, you will bo
NOW FOR TOE
Tho Dual Installment of tho wireless telegraph system, two experts
nnd nil tho Instruments nnd equipment arrived In tho Australia thla
morning. The period of waiting for men and material is at last at an
end, and tho work of establishing telegraphic communication between
tho Islands will go forward with all possible despatch,
J. S. V. Pletts and T. E. Hobbs aro tho gentlemen who arrived this
morning to assist Mr. Bowden, who has chargo of tho work for tho
Marconi Company. Tho full equipment for every Island station will
probably bo unloaded from tho Australia this afternoon. Already tho
polo at the Kalmukl station is being plnced In position. As soon as
this station Is completed work will begin on tho Molokal and Maul
stations, tho system being first extended toward Hllo and Hawaii
Will E. Fisher's offer of $50 for tho privilege of auctioning oft tho
first messago will bo accepted, and It Is not Improbnblo that tho event
will bo so nr ranged that tho contestants for tho purchase of this valu-
ablo document will havo tho opportunity of hearing It click from tho
: wires in Honolulu on Saturday, Juno
tho rulers of the country. Look for
ward, then, to a new era of prosperity.
"Monarchy may bo likened unto n
dead man whom we have done our best
for. Wo have burled him In a proper
manner. There Is no possibility of his
coming to life, again.
Thurston Says So.
"Our friends In Washington told me
to return to Hawaii, to bo of good
cheer and to advise you to send your
own man to Washington when the
time should ho rlpo. Thurston tells us
In his pnper that there Is a possibility
of a change In tho bill. I know that Is
true It wo allow a missionary to lep
rcsent us nt Washington.
"Now, then, let mo give you a llttlo
advice. Let us work for tnc greatest
good of the greatest number and let us
not consider whether a man's skin bo
white or whether It bo dark. Let uii
have Justice, toward all. In September
you will havo a chance to register, nnd,
in November, you will voto for your
Hotteo of Representatives and Senate.
"Thero nro two parties hero now
the Republicans nnd Democrats. It has
been said that If you ally yourselves
with ono party you will bo hurt by the
other and vlco versa. Tho thing to do
is to form a party for yourselves and
to have home rule. (Great applause.)
Wo havo been likened unto fishes by
somo of tho Democrats and Republi
cans, nnd It has also been stated that
wo will sooner or later be caught in
In closing, I would llko to say that
I wntched tho Hawaiian bill through to
Its final passage and can say that 1 am
satisfied It Is laid down on lines most
satisfactory to you. Whllo in Wash
ington I worked quietly and Indulged
In no personalities whatever In connec
tion with tho men who wero working
ngalnst your Interests."
Joseph Helcliihc wns to speak, but
was unable to be present on account of
Illness. Knlauokalanl announced that
the meeting would adjourn until l:3u
p. in., In order to call on tho Queen In
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR UNION
About forty gathered nt tho early
prayer meeting of tho Christian En
deaoicrs ycsteiday muining from al
most ns many societies as weie 1 ('pre
sented nt the evening meeting.
Tho evening meeting was notlccnblo
for tho promptness with which tho pro
gram was can led out. From tho giv
ing out of tho llrst hymn to tho latt
speaker ever thing wan absolutely oil
lime. Rev. C. W. Hill, vice president
of the C. E. Union, presided and Miss
Yarrow of Central Union C. B. led tho
singing, which wits stirring, pnttlcu
larly when singing the convention
song to the air of Hawaii Ponol.
OIlleetH for the coming year weie
elected as follows. President, Then
dot 0 Rlclinrd3; vice presidents, I). L.
Nitono, Rev. U. W. Hill. Hrv. Knllno
nnd Rev. J. M. Lydgato; beeretary and
treasurer, Lylo A. Dickey.
A local Honolulu C. 13. Union was
fot mod and ollkers elected In about
three minutes, ns follows Piesldent
A. .1. Coats vice puMilciit, 1). L. Nn
one; secietit dn R. Whitney; ticas
uier, W. Tunplt'ton; supetlntendent
of J1111I1 1 W ri,, S. K. Perry.
Tho i- I'.etuj'rt tepoit Miowed fifteen
Huclctlih if the Inlands ranging in
hlzc fnim .iiinltn Hocirty of boys in
Kohnl'i I-" i'ii ' n'1'crs to Kuw .Ultimo
Such 1 : .f !-" n 'if I'wn socletj was
Htm'.''.' 1 1 mi fir vigorous .hotiRo to
hut. 1 I . npii'it 1i11it done ever
tlaj In ' iliiough tho district.
Th H vi" . .1 In !ge banner sent
from K0I1.1I11 lu th" Junior society of
clrl.i In the .ciiiin.iiy was awauled for
the eomll"' ettr tn Kitwulahao C. E.
II ieii 111 llinghuin Engaged.
The engagement of Miss Alfreda
Mitchell of New London, Conn., to
Hlrnm Bingham Jr. has been an
nounced. Miss Mitchell visited tho
Islands In 1S98 with relatives. Her
father Is a brother of Donald G. Mitch
ell, known In literature as "Ik Marvey"
nnd her mother Is ono of tho famous
Tiffany fnmlly of Now York.
For lino full dress shirts nt tl.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
Bhlrts aro strictly high grade ns to
and quality. "
Tho Government has granted 11800
for n stone culvert to replace tho Wyl
llo street bridge.
Strict Quarantine on
San Francisco Chinatown
(Special to the Bulletin.)
San Francisco, May 30. Tho quaran
tine of Chinatown, Inaugurated yestcr
iay is being rigorously enforced today,
ivcn street enr passengers not being
illowcd to rldo on the outside of cars
luring tho passage or the cars through
he quarantined district.
Dr. Williamson, President of tho
Board of Health, stated to a represen
tative of tho Bulletin today that thero
was nothing new In tho situation but
that tho examination of tho glands of
the Chinaman found dead In an under
taking establishment In Chinatown
last night by Dr. Kcllog of tho Board
of Health would bo completed this af
ternoon. So far tho doctors havo overy
reason to believe that the dead man
was n victim of genuine plague, but
the final tests may upset this theory.
Collector of Port Jackson stated to
Tho Bulletin roprescntatlvo several
days nr,q that It was his belief that not
a single enso of gcnulno plague had
ever been found In San Francisco.
The Union Grill.
George Lycurgus, whoso famo Is In
many lands ns the manager of Bans
Sonet at Wulklkl, will open a high
chuts restaurant In town on Saturday
morning. Ho has had rooms prepared
fur tho purpose, under his own supcr-
vision, on tho makal side ot King
street, between Fort and Bethel streets.
French cooks arrived in tho Australia
to prepare the viands, and they havo
tho best kind of ranges and other uten
sils to work with. Mons. Arnaud is the
chef. An expcilcnccd caterer from
Now York has also been engaged, to
take charge of outside orders for fam
ily nnd picnic parties, etc. Fresh oys
ters nnd game will bo specialties In the
bills of fare. Tho ground floor Is fur
nished with tables for short order cus
torn, while the second floor Is adapted
fur moro leUmo meals, social and fam
lly parties. A dumb waiter Is fitted
between the floors. Electric fans nnd
lights aro provided. Tho place will bo
open all night, thus being available
fur theater parties. There Is an nmplo
stock of linen, all stamped with thn
name of the house. An cntianco foi
ladks opens direct upon nn easy flight
of carpeted stairs. "The 1'iilon Grin
lb tho naino chosen by Mr. Lycurgus.
If j 011 wish to get fine Pugarcca call
lu lwnkumt nnd get some to suit the
:o!or of your lints.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. 11. F.
A UHGE SHIPMENT OF
.. . Just opened by the ...
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with Rood tts,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will ra
celve just the same care and attention.
and their eet will be just as carefull)
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll fort th
bill, and promise you that both wlH b