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VOTE EARL AND OFTEN.
Vol. IX No. 1573
HONOLULU TEMUTORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 5 1R00
Pkiok 5 Cents.
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Bro. Bertram Withdraws
and J, F. Scott Wins
Bulletin Teachers' Contest Closes With a
Rush of Ballots St. Louis College
Boys Were Quietly Active Mr. v
Scott's Friends Only a Few '&
Behind and Highly Pleas
ed With the Final
Brother Bertram, St. Louis College
J. F. Scott. Wulmea. Kauai 1215 8
Miss Kel ey. Midi School JJ805
Sister Albertlnu. St. Andrew's Priory 2041)
Miss Edith Ueltz, Port St- Night School 177-1
Alex. Muckliito-sh, Roy ill 1531
When the final count of the popular teicher1?' contest was fi ii-hcJ
bhortlj. after eleven o'clock this morning It was found that Hr ther Her
tr.im, 'of the J5t. LouK College, was the' miM popular, teacher, ami on
account 'f a letter received at thfs otlicent the commencment'of llje con
test requesting that the teachers of that college he not included In tin.
ontestants a "Bulletin" man called on Brother Bertram to inform him
ot the results.and ascertain vsh.it deposition he wished to make of the
ticket to San Francisco and retarn.
Brother Bertram was found in a most amiable mood and when in
formed of his f;ood fortune a pleasant smile ipread over his genial face
and after a few moments of thought -aid. "I am most gratified that I
have won the contest, not aloie for myself, but for the college. I as
sure y u it is a great surprise to me as I though' we were out of the con
test entirely. I would be delighted to accept the generous offer made bv
the '.Bulletin" but my time is not mv own and I must ret use for the
same reason that prompted me to wrfte you a few weeks ago. We (the
teachers) are unable to leave our work at present. But I would like to
transfer my votes to a friend of mine and let him have the advantage of
this trip. 'I can think of no one more deserving than Mr J F. Scott of
Waimea, Kauai, who I understand is a close second, and It is with the
greatest pleasure that i ask you to give to him the full number of votes
th.lt have been cast for me " I also desire to thank my friends who have
worked for me and assure them of the pleasure it gives me to know th it
our efforts fo. their good have not been in vain. The "Bulletin" also has
my heartiest congratul itions an'd well wishes for successfully carrying
on this good work and their prosperity."
The "Bulletin" otiice was the scene of a great deal of excitement
from the time the office opened early this morning until 10 o'cli.'h win n
the ballot box closed. There was a stream of anxious people luirryiru
in afraid that they were too late to give their favorite ones their last
lhe round-trip ticket on the Australia cm be haJ,by Mr. J. F
Scott of Waimea, Kauai, upon application at this olfice. '
Following is the standing ut the contestants below the ioao mark.
Mls A. ThomasLUiue, Kau.il
Kev Konjr Yin fet. St. Peter's
- .High .
Miss Maggie Nape.tVailuku, Maul
Mis Amy Hoc, Private ; .
Miss M. Smith, Kalul.wl
, Kaal pu t
J. C. Anderson, lolanl
Isaiah I'ahe., Deform
T. P Hirrls, Rjyal
Mr. ntz, loanl. .'..'.'. 7.7 ".'.'.'.'.
V. A. Carvalho, Honomu, Hawaii
J J. a J Jt g gt J i ( J
With tin) niRir.Ujil in c( ll.n Hii
preme Court of the Territory, tlm na
turallzatlon of aliens has ijim with
Chief Justice Trear gnvq nn n rasoii
for not mUourntng the Jiuu term be
fore the last day, that petit! ms for na
turalization uero pcniliug which ought
to be acted upon. He nppolntcil 3
o'clock this afternoon for !im liu B'icli
Ther are two forms of petition. One
Is for aliens who havo not llvcil In the
llauullnn Islands far live Vyeais, but
wlio may huva given notice of Inten
tion la a State or another 1fiilt.n. of
the l(nlon ion genough ago to by iittali
'fled for completln gthe procet-3 now.
The other form Is for aliens who have
lived In th eHawuilnn Island? for live
years. Theso, through a lib ml pro
vision ot the Act of Congress, hive but
to furnish proof ot such reildcnr?, !n
addition to a declaration of having had
good intent toward the Unliel Static
Constitution for these vears, und take
th (.'final oath In open court.
Lute Fred. Out's Kstute.
J. Morton Oat has died n petition to
have himself appointed niUuli.lF.tuitoi'
of the estate of his late brother, Krjd
crlck Ilrown Oat, which 1b valued ut
$11,300 It consists of CO glial cj of paid
tip stock of Oahu Sugar Co. of a par
value of $0000, life Insuinnco of JVjOO
and personal effects valued it $J'iG Tlif
heirs nro Lewis A. Oat of Xcrwlth
Conn, Joseph Morton Oat of Hono
lulu nnd John M .Oat of -uu Frmi
"Why," replied tho woman, ! ou nio
ceitalnly nble to earn u living. You
don't look very old."
"Looks nro often deceitful, lady"
uiivuicd the wnuiluur. "I'm eld
enough to be our ijr.indfathor."
A moment later he was stated in the
kitchen, nnd nothing sha hail iu llm
pantry WJ too good for him, Chicago
Marv Ann fa. Hilluku, Ma.'l ....
C. Hemerm ly, Oahu Cullece. . . .
Mrs. L. A. Sli i a-, St. Pete-' ....
Sr. L. Astu, St. Peters'
Hanna KjjIuh. KuIui
Willie Neal, Koha.
Miss Beatrice YounR, St. AnJrtw's
, HIrIi 1
WUi L. Hirt. Walir.ea, Kauai . . 1
uim. uicKlnson.Lanaina 1
.Miss Lyselt, Mahukoni, Hawaii
Miss L, Ahecng, I'auoi
' ! 5 ! i ! -t 3 "C S -5- 4
AMEliiCAN bUGAR WATEK
V. LIndgien, the expert geologlit
who has ben on Molok.il for the past
three months prospecting for water for
the American Sugur Co., hn.i Hl'irucd
! to the city and will very soon ttun In
i his leport. It Is understood th.it this
will be favortiblo. Mr. Llndgrou hnvlng
found that there Is sufllclon; water In
the mountains to (supply tl'.d needs of
the plantation and that (lit ran bo
easll bi might down by proper engin
eering. , Among tho departures for Vancouver
and Victoria In the Mlowera esterda
I afternoon wero the follow Inn Mrs. C
I A. MiKechnle. V. W. Cane-, dipt. V
1 1). Walker, Hev. and Mrs. ,!e, Maik-
Ihtosh, Mr. and Mis. Auoriy Hobln-
son. Miss Mackintosh and the Mlssc
I J. and i:. Guy .
' Fred Waldron, accompanied by lilt
wife, left for Vancouver jsitciday of
ternoon on business In connedlou with
T. II. I)aIes & Co. He will go to Sen
KrancUco and Chicago and may pro
ceed farther east. Mr. and Mr. Wal
dion will bo gone about thro? months.
8. C. Allen for 'Frisco.
The bark S, C. Allen, Johncon mas
ter, tails for Sun Francisco with n full
cargo of sugar tomorrow mm lug. Sho
wtl lalso curry the follow lag paxsen
gert Mis sKrueger, Mls3 Paiiubu.ter,
Mrs Horace Lylo and child, Mr. unil
Mrs C. Hammer, Mrs Kessen, Ueii
Clark, Clifford White. Huriy White,
Win King, Paluu HatlMd
China herself was nuKliigeei) effort t
HONOLULU j SCHOOL
Day and NiaiiT Classbs
Roomi 11-it, I'd Moor I a.m i r. m
Haunt 1 t loi io r. a
SUPKIME COURT ORGANIZED
Tho Supreme Court of the Territory
of Hawaii was organised nnd begun
business this morning. Mcnibti 4 ot the
bar wero given but n few tulmitt s Ho
ld e of the Importnnt event. Tho En
tices themselves did not know Much
sooner that their nualincnlloiiH today
It was stated In th'o mornlnv pipers
that the Justices of the Supreme Cmiit
anil the Judges nf th Cln ult Com t hid
not reiclved tielr commissions funi
President McKIn'ny. This wiih ltu
enough. Yet, reposing in (Ji.veriifr
Dole's second class mall nutter wue
the commlMlVK Thej nru rntlirril
In pasteboard tube, nildnved U. tin:
respective .ip'.iolntoj, 'care 0' lion.
Snuford l). Dole Ooveriior of llawn'i"
This address vfas made because tho
Washington nufjciltlo? did net know
where, In tho Uiii.1t, each nddrovco
Chief Justice A'.illor V. Krear, Vlrst
Associate Justice Clinton A. Oalbraltli
and Second Associate Justl'C Anti.ulo
Perry enteied the rourtioom about
10:20 o'clock. Albert McOurn, the
(ouit liallirt, mudo tho usual proola
matlon, "Hear yo, etc," reninian'M i
all persons having any bii3ln"ss with
tho court to draw near.
Chief Justice Trear nr.mitinccl Hint
his associates and hlmse'f h ul rrclM-.l
'heir commissions from '.I n President
of the United Statc-H and Ii id (iii.illtl. (;
by taking tho oath ot nine". 1111 1 that
the court was now ready for butlnci.
Thero wero present thcae menibers of
the bar: Attorney (Jcii"ial IMniund P.
Dole, W. A. Whiting. Paul Nt'timim-.
W. 0. Smith. Ccell Ilrown, John I.
Kntilukou, I. A. Thurstei A. 8
Humphries, A, 0. .M. Hilieitron, J.
M. Monsarrnt, Charles Cielghtou, S.
M. Ilnllou, W. A. Hcnslnll, J. T .Do
Holt, l.orrln Andrews, I,jH A. I)Icl.y,
I. M. Long, II I.. Marx, II. A. lllgdow,
S. P. Chllllngworth, T. Mcl'jntn Stew
art, A. IawIs and Asshtant Attorney
(Icueral l.lyod M. Hobbln!. Clght or
ten of this list hnvo been dlstlugulshod
members of the three branches of for
mer governments of HuwaU the exc
cutlvcc, tho legislative and the Juill
lary some In nil three nnd others In
two while three of the gentlrn.en hav
held diplomatic 1 llsslons abroad
Mr. Nc'iunann refened to tin death of
Chief Justice Judd and u!nl that tho
-otirt appoint Saturday morning us Mm
line for leeelvlng 11 memorial teiolu
Hon of tho Inr thereon.
The Chief Justice stated that lusthe
Perry being under n (Iojui's oideis
-oulil not sit to lnar (.11.es, and was go
lug to San rrnmlsto h) uevt steamer
Io suggested that tho 1 ih ndar mlajit
be called, so that r.ihes might bu ill
cttcd for hearing In vacation .
Different iUtoni()H dli.-ui-u'd the
question of holding 11 sperhil turn and
dually It wus agieed by tho nmrt tin!
he pure term should ailjcurn on Man
lay, wlili Ii Is Its last legal day, mid n
pedal teim called for Tuesday. The
Chief Justice Intlmatesl t'n.i' tho (ooit
would be easy with tho atloinejb at the
itart, In eonslderatlon ot tho uncer
tainty that had existed regarding when
the! court woul dbe constituted
Other matters brought up at this
opening session aro referred to else
where. At the Orphcum.
A grand celebration of tho Pourth of
July was elven at tho Orpheum last
night In the lino rendition of HousVa
famous opern "KI Capltau" by the
Southwell Company. Tho houso w.i
crowded to the doors and all wero In
good humor and enjoyed 1 er immbci
of the program. When tho curtain wem
up on the first act It was portrujel
to tho uudlciico that tho actors und act
icsnch were In the hist of condition ami
every musical number was icielM.il
with ciuorc after encore. Wollf vvu
Just at his best and did ecr thing In
his power to keep things up to their
usual good standard, Miss Tllllc Kil
linger sung nt the end of the third net,
the finale of the piece, "The Stnr
Spangled Iluuucr" and all the company
and the audience standing Joined in
an the chorus. It was a hit nnd Just
the proper,thlug for tho Pourth. The
company will appear only thice nights
more and a Saturday matinee, when
this same popular program will bo ren
dered. Tor Vancouver nnd Victoria, per C
A, S S. Mlowera, July I. Miss I'lem
mlng, Mrs C A. McKechuie, Mis Mc
Klnnon, r. W. Cntter, O Meitclmrd,
.Miss Davis, '.Mlbs Cleveland, Mrs. Mi
Clellan, Capt I'. I). Walkei', Leong Pak
Hlng, Kim Clilm You, A, J. Otlleghcr,
Mi und Mrs (ioulund and li.fent, .Mis.
M. P. Illack, ltov nnd Mis. Alex,
Mackintosh, Miss von Holt, Mr. and
MiK.Aubrej Itobinson, Mrj II H. H0I1
Insou .Miss J. H. Oiiy, Ml,s i: riuy, h?
four Itobinson chlldiu 1 and foul .it
Mints Mjfcs I'lorcnco Cxitcr Vr und
Mis P L. Waldiou nod Miss Uickticll,
a 11. 11. row ior.
A completu new stock of gents
shirts, Millars und culls ut L.ll.'Kcrr'ii,
Queen at! cot.
CIRCUIT JUDGE HUMPHREYS
In the Supreme Court thli morning
Chief Justice Krear stated that A brain
8. Ilumphrcjs had received his com
mission ns Klrst Judge of the circuit
Court of tho Klrst Circuit, nrd that It
was In order to have that gentleman
sworn Into oilier.
.Mr. Ilumphre)s advanced, prevnted
his (omission fiom President McKlnle
to the Chief Justice and nsked that he
might bu permitted to take his ottli
I nopen court. The Chief lustier glanc
ed nt the document nnd tli-u nJmlrls
tered the oath from a pipr to Judge
Humphic-ys, who signed the document
and .upon Its being certified 1 the
Chief Justice, the ceremony wns com
plete. Judge llumplires wns sen later re
garding the hoi nnd Judgeship It. I)
Sllllmnn. appointed to the position,
wrbto to him from tho Coast that he
expected to return to Honolulu nbout
the first of August. In th 3 meantime.
I the Act of Congress enabled Judge
Stanley to hold over until his succes
sor was nuallflcd.
. Judgo Stanley sus he Is willing to
rhold cner If his services are necessary.
but not Into tho next term of tho court.
He would hnvo to look nt')- his own
1 hat McGook Says
of Queen's Land Claim
The Call of Juno 21th R.i.s tirticr.it
IMwnrd M. MrCook, n member of the
famous "fighting McCnnk" family, who
Is now 11 guest, of Charles II. Dllnti 'it
15S." Post sttecft. Is of the opinion that
as soon us the coming election Is over
and President MiKlnioy Is settled for
nnnthi r term of four years the admin
istration will tuko up the crow a laud
elnlms of Llliuokiilanl, the ex-()ueeu
ot Hawaii, and settle with her for 11
hnndsome sum. As Oener.il Mi Cook Is
known to bo a warm personal friend
of Senator Mark Mannn nnd closj to
the administration, tho friends of th'
deposed Queen are much comporte,'. Iij
the assurances ho has given
Tho Interest taken by (trneral Mc
Cook In the affairs of Hawaii's ex
Quccn aro due to the fict that ho was
tho HrBt Minister accredited by tho
(internment of the United States to
tho Hawaiian court. In ISflf!. nnd dur
ing his term negotiated the first treat)
of rommeiclal reciprocity During his
residence In Honolulu his firm attitude
toward the threatened Ilrltlsh rn
croichmcnt on Hawaii undoubtedly
Mted this Cow mint nt fiom very un
plcasint dlplomnth complications with
(icneinl McC'ook entered tho Federal
nnny In IKe.n us a prltnto In the Kansas
Legion, nnd after n brilliant career of
tlto jears, rose to the rank of brigadier
general. He wns twlru appointed lij
I'irsliteiit Orant ns Ooternor of tho
then Territory of Colorado and there
organized n school system and an Im
migration board that wns Instrumental
In etetelopment. Through his personal
efforts tho first railroad was liullt Into
Denier. Ho was tho first adtocatu of
woman suffrage. After his second
term ns Governor of Colorado Oenenil
McCook declined tho portfolio of Post
master Oenernl, tendered him by Presi
A lIuchclor'H I'omnncc.
Martha Morton'B comedy, "A Ilache
lor's llomnncc" whlcli stood Sol Smlt'i
Hussell so well Iu hand for two sea
sons, will be presented In this lt, bv
the Nelll Company this etenlng The
heart) reception neeordeel this comedy
unil this rompaii) ctcr)wheie leates
little doubt ns to tho suce'ess o( the
coming performance here. t The pro
duction Is n commendable ono In every
respect, nnd the deft touches and little
essentials that urq eniefully attended
to In all productions made by tho Nelll
Company are said to be particularly
notli cable in Its prose ututlon of this
famous succebs, While tho play Is a
comedy, the touching scenes of the
third act particularly are usually ap
preciated to an extent that motes a'l
audience to tears. The production hero
will be n treat to the higher class of
dramatic compositions, were all especi
ally deslgnc-d for tho Nelll Company.
Mr. James Ne III will be seen In the part
of David Holmes, unci Is the only
American actor who has cter been giv
en tho prlt liege by the authm of por
tni)lng this character uslde from Sol
CORNCIt tSTONIJ LAID.
Tho corner stono of tho new Mm!
block wus laid this morula; without
my ceremonies whateter. I'l the stoiu
wcie plneed Hawaii in i.ili'J and
stamps, one eacli of tho Hiullili und
Hawaiian unwspapeis, Including the
Uullctlu nf tho Fourth of Jul) Thrum's
11u11nl, 11 lilstor) of tho tutolutlon,
epott of the Hiwnllau Hon I for last
)car In tho Hawaiian Iuuyiiuko and a
hlstoi) of tlm business of i: 0. Hall
K Son slnro 1850 ,when tho house was
'.' t . o -j i i m i , a.
HAWAII'S CONVENTION GREETING
The dramatic moment of tho first day of the contention nnd It was
certainly a tedious and dull one. came when Si nator Lodge made his
speech ns permanent chairman, savs the Philadelphia Press.
He turned to face the right sldo of the hall nnd snld: "We hato
with us the representntilcs from Hawaii."
This rlause was onl part of a sentence, but the scholarly New Hng
Innder got no further than the last word for several moments.
It dawned on the iWcgntloa that n new banner was bolng lifted In
their midst. It was bright )ellov nnd bore In gieat black letters the
foreign word "Hawaii "
Ilencnth It sat the men who had Just nrrlted In this clt) to bo pres
ent at their first Ametlcin political contention.
801110 one raised a cheer of welcome to the stianger within our gates,
nnd suddenl) the dramatic rone of the situation went nround through
20,000 minds ns If be an electric circuit.
This wus the first substantial evidence of the fact that tho Stars
nnd Stripes Iloitoter the Pearl of tho Pacific; that this Is the first
time In tho history of the United States when any one outside of this
country hits sat ns a delegate under that Hag, that tlieso men had tra
veled from Honolulu to help nominate William McKlulc) for President
of the United States.
Htery ono stood up, the better to see, and then the unanimous rising
of tho nudlcnce made Itself n tribute and n welcome, and men gave n
three-tlmes-thrco with nil the emotion the) were holding In readiness
to expend on something.
1 he great athletic Hawaiian who sat under the bnnner Jumped to his
feet und bowed his greetings right nnd left. He Is "Sam" Parker, onc
Prime Minister to Queen Lllluokalanl and her chief advisor. He Is a
magnificent specimen of Hesh nnd blood und one of the brightest men
that we hnte In our new possessions.
The Millie had hardly died down on his face when It was called up
again by the call of the cleric for Hawaii to respond to the call for
.Kiel names of her tho pieslilmt and national coinmltteifnen. The grea
sonorous volco of the ex-Prlm. Minister nearly rivaled the reeling
clerk's, nnd when he announced his own nnmonsan olllcer theuudi
rnce gate him a right rojnl citation.
It wns tho dramatic Incident of the dny. The spectators had become
n bit tired of n text they could only guess nt. and cheering ctery sen
tence that sounded like "The Stars and Stripes."- but hero wns some
thing they could spend their emotions upon nnd they made the most
It hid nothing to do with politics, It was unpiemcdltated and Amer
ican, It was the voiced greeting to the new condition
tj V it it it t it it i 1' it it it
P. Corcoran .one of the fire laddies,
appeared In the Pollco Court this fore
noon on tho edinrge of common nui
sance b) banking the controller of L.
H. (iratit's automobile last night. De
fendant pleodecl not guilt) but, after
tho testimony ut Otllccrs Moan nnd
Jones and Mr. Orant, there seemed no
doubt us to his guilt and he was find
$25 and costs, Judge Wilcox warning
Corcoran to leave alone the propeity of
others In the future. Th" stnr) Is .14
Mr ami Mrs. Orant went to the Or
pheum list night In their automobile
Mr. Orant left the vehicle ouUlde the
1'iogress block on Deretanla street,
turned off tlio eutrent and locked up
Corcoran, tired of hnnglug nbout the
engine house, went oter to while the
uutniuohllci was stunillug, got In and
began tlgorous action 011 the control
ler. The vehicle refused to go so Cor
coran got off. pushed It to Nuiianu
stteet got In ngnln and lugau ringing
l'ollio olllcers were soon on tho scene.
Moau arrested the man and started off
with him when Corcoran mndo a brenk
for liberty. The officer followed him
to tho engine house where ho found
him hidden under one of tho englneu.
The other lire laddies refused to tell
wherohc was nnd Coiroran hlmsolf
threatc ncd to hurt the olllcer If ho dl I
not get out.
Mr Coolcc'fi Vficnttnn.
Charles M Cooke goes to Knual to
da and returning will leato for his
Oakland homo In the steamer Austra
lia. Ho will nceompnu) his children on
t tacatiou tour east b) wa) of tho Ycl
low stone park. Ml Cooko will li
away from Honolulu thtee months, In
his nhsenco P. C Jonps will preside
oter the Hank of Hawaii, Oesi. II Rob
ertson oter C. Hi ewer tL Co and F. A.
Schaefer oter the Hawaiian Planters'
Association, us tlce presidents icspcc-
tltely of thesu organizations, Mr. Cooko
being president of nil three.
AftHault nnd Unttcry.
Kun, n native dra) man, was fined J5
and costs In the Police Court this fore
noon on the charge of assault and bat
tery on a Japanese dtiter. It seems
that Kim ran Into the wagon pf the
Japanese and took a wheel oft. Tho
latter was afraid the natitu would get
nwuy so ho grasped the lelns ot his
horse. The nutlte shouted to him to
let go but tho Japanese remained ut
his post. Then th clash of Klin's whip
cni licli d tho arms of the Japanese and
tho urrest followed
Bhunghul, June 27 A Ceimau papi r
hnv 11 discredited statement to the cf
fert that Admiral Sejmoiir Is eli'ht
miles from Teln Tsln with sixty-two
killed and 200 wounded
Ortjit sale of boots and shoes nt f.
culls nn tlm dallai at 1. II Kerr K
Co 's shoo house, corner uf I'ort and
Till: WATHRMAN IDIJAI. FOUN
I'AIN PHN. All sizes, ull shupes, II,
; a n. ,v- it :: :: ..' a-11 t n ft a- it .'
11'.' '.t it i: fi it vt it ' :V it it
TO LAIIAINA AND lt:TUIiN.
An attempt Is being made today to
arrange a thiee-eornered race between
the first class .tachts Li Paloma, llon
nte Dundee nnd Va.i to Uiluilna nnd re
turn. Ihe proposition Is to leave hero
Thursda) etenlng Upon nrrlval nt Li
linlna the time will be taken and tho
).iehts will remain there until Sunday
morning before returning. Upon nr
rlval back In Honolulu the tints will
again be taken and the winner decided
Tho Helcne has not done mi) thing
for n long time and the jucliUmen
would like to see her get In mid show
her colors She Is a fine boat and
would make the race much mme inter
esting. A foiir-eorueied lace to l--linlnn
Is deslied but so far. tliu Hdeiii
Is 11 doubtful nuantit).
Former :;iiitIhoii Comiiiiimlcr.
Col. S M Mills lately In command
of tho (illi Aitlltety ut this post, writes
to It. W .Shingle that he and Mrs. Milla
would enilnrk In the transport Orant
on July 1 As tho transputt Is lioun I
to Nagasaki with tioops, that may hate
to be hurried to the scene of trouble In
China, sho Is hardly expected to call
nt Honolulu. Ced Mills states that ho
has applied for duty In China.
Another MUttton Burned.
London, Juno 27. A dispatch from
Tsln Tan dated )esterday says that
the Protestant mission ut WelliBleu
was burned down by rebels Mouday
FOURTH OF JULY.
A gtcat number of Hawaiian nnd
American lings can bo gotten In Iwaka
mi's store. Hotel street.
They arc regular
" Knockabout ".
If you cannot com' In with vour
clillJien, send them In and they will re
celve Just the same care and attention
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fitted, as If you were tt itli them.
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bin, and promise you tint bdh will be
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete w Itli gooJ fits,
gooj style anJ good wear.
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