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HONOLULU. TKRH1T0HY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. NOVKMHKR 10 IpOII
Vol. IX No. 1081
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V" irswe rwm
But His Ideas Are Not
Accepted by the
"CLAD IN RAIMENTS
OF DAZZLING FAILURE"
Is Compliment Paid New Foreign
Leader by Liberals Other
Changes Are More
London, Nov. 3. "Clad In the roboi
ff dazzling failure,' 'Is tho way one
Liberal newspaper describes the Mir-
quia of Lansdowne's entry Into the!
Foreign Office. This undoubtedly ex
presses the opinion ot a preponder
ance of the Drltish public. Irrespective
of party line. Even among those or
gans feebly upholding the advisability
of Lord Lansdownc's appointment
thero Is a tendency to allocate him the
portion of a mere nominal head o( the
Foreign Office, blindly following out
every with of the Premier.
This the Associated I'resa learns, te
quite opposed to Lord Salisbury's own
Idea. He does not share the gcnvinl
belief that In the War Office ho did bad- ..... , ,
ly. In fact, the Premier Is so convlnc Ncw k, Nov. 3.-Cblnet changes
ed of tho reverse that he gave Lord''6"":"1 the top te of convermtlon In
Lansdowno the option of continuing lr '
his former offlco or taking tho new,
billet. Lord Salisbury was delighted
that Lord Lnnsdownc was willing to1
nccept the Foreign Office portfolio. Ho'
believes he will make a strong foreign '
secretary and had long contemplated
Lord Lansdowno as his successor,
should the doctors refuse to allow blm
to continue the severe duties he 'under
took during the last parliament. One
to a representative of the Associate! ,
Lansdowne, by his training
and social career Is moro fitted and
available to meet diplomats and decide
largo Issues. Should he fail of success
It will only be because ho Is too much
of a gentleman.
The under secretaryship In the r,nltM nn (Uhe conultlon8 of BOC)cty ln,lt will mean moro taxes and I think It
Office and Colonial Office vaca, 1 1 conclusion. One w'' to keep down the tax
through the changes I. .the j CWnt. , be8t men abo mlIch ag po88,uIc...
must now be selected, which Is no eisy . .. 80mc(ll,nK , ,he ,,.,
matter. Mr. R. W' "a"ry' l' "General Kitchener Is tho only maul laws. Secretary Wilson Hpoke to nn
financial secretary of tho treasury, li ' . . . ,
believed likely to succeed C T.RItchey
as president o tho board of trade and ,
l- .-. Itfvn.tl.n.n thn tin rt In mpn.
tary secretary of tho Wnr Office, Is fr-'
nnonllu tiintl(infut nn tho HUrCPSKnr lit '
Mr. Ocrnld Ilalfour as chief secretaiy
for Ireland, though the latter'a resigna
tion Is by no means certain at present.
With reference to Irish matters, m
nmuslng story is going the rounds
about the Duke of Marlborough, whom
tho papers frequently, without bails,
mentioned as Earl Cadogan's successor
Intho lord lleutenantshlp of Ireland.
On the strength of this, It li said, a
largo amount of Irish literature has
been Imported to Dlenhctm, where a
recent visitor Is alleged to have found
the young duke almost burled amid
histories of Ireland.
Mr. Gerald Balfour may change tho
chief scretaryshlp of Ireland for the!
board of trade. If this occurs It wlU J
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glvo the Cecil family four of tho moat
Importnnt offices in tho Cabinet, whloh
calls out from tho Liberal press tho
ciy of nepotism.
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest nnd most complete as
fcortment In town at 11.00 apiece. L. B.
Kerr & Co., Queen street
A Cottage Home on a choice cornor
with splendid occa view, for ono on
lower level, near car line. This Is a
for you to get a homo on higher an.l
more healthful ground.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
Tel. Main CI. Juild Building,
HUMPMREY8 ON JUNIUS.
Judge Humphreys, In denying the
motion to reduce, the fine of J, V
llcrgstrom as'brlefly reported In yes
terday's Uultetln, mado some obeerva-j
tlons on jury duty. There was a!
growing prejudice against trial by
Jury, but It was necessary to hum.tn
liberty that tho right of jury trial be
preserved. Hussell Sage was fined $500
In New York for neglecting a Jury
summons, and told tho court he pre
ferred paying to serving. If It had
been (o Judge Humphreys the mllllqn
aires said this, he should hnvc sentenc
ed him to thirty days In jail. Mr.
Dergstrom had been summoned at D
p. m. to appear at 10 a. in. the follow
?lng day, btu failed to appear until
brought Into court In the custody of an.
officer. This In face of the fact thai
two Jurors had Just previously beed
fined 2S each for non-appearance and
their cases published. He wanted to
Impress upon business men that they
could not evade jury duty by the pay
ment of fines. W. L. Stanley made tho
motion that was denied.
S SEEN IN CHANGES
IN BRITISH CABINET
War Office Pleased With Brodierick's
AppointmentEffect of Society
on Army is Not of
""""' '" " " ' Mu". " '
tut., filrnlsa anta l T.llmnA'a nrwfna- I
, . ' ' ,.,,,. i country and of benefit to the people of
"";;lc"' "? "lck PMntment ,
,o1tll0l Wnr nlce, extremely well re-J MQf c recognlle lh net.es-
reived among military men I nthe , so- Qf Mw nmnt ull,ngg hern,
cU1 " Th'8 m"y " ,m,a'( not be "not only In Honolulu but In Hllo and
, ", ' ' , ', ""
!?mt? f fla1' , knw ',the ,,c;
mi.D ul uiuuury uuuiiMisiniuuu uil'l
in' a man'rif-great energyj He'W'nlrfi
the eldest son of Lord Mlddleton and
h..n,. . ,,
lion ever, do not hesitate In rmv that lie
i nn nniinUi u,h ..,,, i.. .i,....i.
The truth is that social Influence llej I dread Iconic P'sue in the city of Ho
ot the root of the worst evils of tho, ,'0,uIu- ' "n"'1 work ror nn n''l,ro
military service. This Is what everv Prlatlon by Congress sufficient to co-
war correspondent who witnessed tho
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ulone tao,u , !
8I" .l'e?p ,
Generals Bullcr, White, Methuen,
Uatacro and almost all tho gcncrnls ex., celled out to tho natives In order to
ccpt MacDonnld and Kitchener hac' assure them homes, I shall work along
social backing In London. What Is these same lines. Dole's land laws aid
needed more 'than nnythlng else Is a too restricted for the natUes. all the
thoroughgoing reform which will open conditions of Which he cannot fulfill,
tho army on democratic lines to tho If land Is to be given the poor, homy
masses of tho nation. There will bu lesg natives, this should be done with
many technical Improvements In the, out there being any strings.
service and weak spots In the system of
Imperial defense will be stratghteneJ, , tour of the Island of Hawaii, the Bquat
but there Is not likely to be any Infu- terx asked me to use my Influence,
slon of fresh blood Into the army.
Politicians assert that In place of thj
clean sweep of rusty functionaries the ,
Cabinet changes have merely strength-
encd the grip of Mr. Chambcrlaln'upon
the administration. Thero aro many
J'eoP,a w'10 f? Mr' Chamberlaln'a fine
nnmnn hnttil In miniulhlnn Vi a t li lit-
Roman hand In everything that hap-,
pens In public life.
No official announcement has bean
mado of further changes In the per-1
sonnel of tho Government nnd It Is evt-
dent that Lord Salisbury has not finish-
ed his task of reconstruction. Irish Na-
tlonallsts as well as Unionists ilerlvo
satisfaction from tho rumor that Mr.
wynmiam mil uo appoinieu uniei s,ec-
retary for Ireland, wntie Artnur iiai-
four occupied this office Mr. Wyndham,
acting as his prlvato secretary, won
In Ireland among all
More Boxer Heads.
Poa Ting Fu, Oct, 26. The Commis
sion of Inquiry into the outrages on
missionaries here has sentenced to
death Tien Yang, the provincial Judge;
Wang Hung On, the military com
mandant; General Klu and two other
officials. German and French troops
will garrison Pao Ting Fu for tho win
ter. Tho preparations are complete
for destroying on October 27 the mort
venerated temple in the city.
Ed. Towse RclnH.
Ed. Towse, business manager of the
Republican, has resigned. Been this
morning Mr. Towse said: "Yes, I havo
resigned and It is my intention to g
Into tho printing business for myself In
Honolulu. Just where I nm to be lo.
rated, I do not care to Bay Just now."
Tbo latest styles lu shlrtg and tle
niq to bo found at Iwnkaml's, Hotol
street. Tel. J361 White.
When He Goes To Con
gress As Delegate '
WILL WORK HARD FOR .
Fire Claims, Land Laws, Pearl Har
bor and Other Things Will be
Kept in Mind Interview
'With Independent Leader.
Ilobert Wilcox, the Independent lead
er, who will) In all probability, be Ha
waii's 'representative at Washington,
was seen this morning by a llulletln
reporter Itfanawpr to several ques
tions, Mr. Wilcox had the followlng'tn
"Of course,! am, not yet absolutely
certain as xff my election but every-'
thing seems to point that way. Tho
Klnau will Urlng tho official returns
nnd then we will nil know for certain.
It I am the chosen one, I shall go up to
Governor Dole .on Wednesday to pro
cure my certificates a's! delegate lo
"When I hao received these crcd-n-tlals,
It will be time enough to think
about going to Washington.
"I Intend to recommend und support
nvnnillilhif li n t will tin ...t.wl fi" tha
tho other principal places on the Ul
amies. I shall work hard for appro
priations to have them built
"As to the fire claims I have this tq
say. It Is my oellef that the United
claimants since the islands were under
the American Hag at the time and the
.(ires were necessary to stamn out ihu
el n" claims. If the Territorial go"-
ernment Is forced to pay the claims,
Was,ngton. Ho expressed a great de-
of making an examination ot the land.
He wished tho public lands to bo pai-
"When I was In Olaa on my campaign
should I be elected as delegate to Con-
gress; to bring nbout nn enforcement of
tho United Stntes land laws here. I
told them I would do bo In a niodllle.l
way and that I did not believe In ono
man occupying 1C0 acres of good land
,0 the exclusion of others who mlgut
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want a small piece.
, Tno iacfc t.nbl0 Is a thing most ei-
Bcntlni l0 thc development of Hawaii
nc ,, uu my intention to work ha'd
for the ear)y, com,)Ieton of this means
of cammuncatlon with tho Mainland,
iearl Harbor Bhould bo opened up
t m)ce Senator cushman K. Davis
,,,, t0 mo on thg mn,t,Cr wlillu I
wnB ,n Wa8hincton an,i stated that !
woul(1 work tor ... car.y Upnvopm
) of a qxllev ot a mmion for HiU
i purDOge The lanif now.held at a hlsn
figuro would be condemned and the
work started. Hundreds of laboreis
would be given work and a large sum
of money put Into circulation. Natur
ally, I would work for the early ap
propriation of a sum requisite to optn
up PearfHarbor. I also havo In mind
the enlargement of Honolulu harbor.
"The crown lands will have to ta'tc
care ot themselves. I shall not work
for their recovery to"the people clam
ing them. Just 'here I might say tint
I 'Shall worki for the appropriation by
Congress of a quarter'of a million dol
lars for Queen 'Lllluokalanl, the sum
that came very near being appropriat
ed when thc government of the Islands
was being considered nt Washington.
I know that Congress wishes to show
tho world that It has never meant any
111 trentment of Hawaii's former Queen
' an dthat the Bum will booh bo forth-
"In bringing this lntervlow to a
close, you may say that Queen I.UIno
knlanl ha ilnothlug to do with Prlnro
Dnvld'a defeat. Sho remained nt homo
und did not uiedillo In politics. IIu'ii if
she had come out for Prince David, 1 1
do not believe her action would hae
had very much effect. The fact Is, th'.' I
natives looked upon tho Democratic
party as a body In the field to pull away
the Independent vote and so they came
to the conclusion that It would be licit
to stick together on the Home Kulo
Japnncnc Y. 11. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Japanese Y, M. C. A. tookplace las,
night. 8. Okabe and Theo. Richards
delivered very Interesting addresses.
The former spoke of the "Life of a
Miner" In Japan; the latter on "Rib
bons." Among other things, Mr. Rich
ards said: "Most of tho people In the
city have been wearing different col
ored ribbons on their hats of late. Some
of these have stamped upon them tho
motto: "The life of tho land Is cstal
llshed In righteousness.' These show
fidelity to political opinions. Wo
should show activity for our ribbon
'Cross,' which was given us by our
God." 'A large number of people at
tended the meeting, among the num
ber being, O. Shlota, agent of the Kel
hln bank, Rev. T. Okumura, Hov. O.
Ota and1 T. Mlzuno. T. Fukao of the
Yokohama Specie Hank, acted as Inter
preter for Mr. Richards.
Commissioner Wray Taylor has re
ceived ajettcr from Professor Koebelo,
govcrnmvnt entomologist. He wrnto
from Alameda. Cal., his former homo,
where be was getting better of n very
Professor Kocbele had met his old
friend, Prof. Schwnrz of tho Agricul
tural department nt Washington. Th!s
man Is a botanist and entomologlxt,
nnd had been sometime In California
looking up hn antidote to an Insect pent
inimical to the Smyrna fig. He had
succeeded in bis quest and the Hawa
iian jCntomologlst will utilize the dli
covery In these Islands.
Mr. Taylor has recehed a letter
from the Agricultural department ad
vising him of the shipment of u hun
dred pounds of lupin seed. The lupin
Is a hiu.ble forage plant.
There Is still some of the latest con
signment ot sorghum seed on hand,
Allen Herbert, the enthusiastic hor-.l-culturlst.
Is doing all he can to extend
the cultivation of the sunflower.
Custom House Appointments.
Collector Stackable Ins made three new
appointment. It. C. Stackable, his ro
thrr. at cashier of the Custom House; Ja.
E. Tucker, of San Francisco, as acting up
pnlser; and M. M Springer, of Wasnlnif
ton U. C, as custom-house c erk. The
rapidly Increasing business of the cuitoni
hojse has made these appointments neces
sary. Mr. R C. Stackable Is a man of educa
tion and reputation for integrity, which
well fits him for tne reso nstble DJsIt on
which he Is called upon to till Collector
Stackable appoint his brother to this
position as It Is necesary to ha e a respon
sible man In this position, and It Is difficult
lo obtain such a man at so small a salary
Mr.i James I ucKer is a civil service man
and has been acting appraiser for Hurt en
vears In the San Francisco custom-house,
Th's pott is not entitled to a regular ap
praiser, and the merchants of limoluiu
should congratulate themselves that Col
lector Stackable has succeeded In se.uring
the services o' so able and e.xperlei crd a
civil service adli g ippralser. The posi
tion calls for a sai.it y of f J.ooo a year.
M'. M. M. Sprihger has rece ved a spec
ial training in VVasnington, and Is sent out
bv the Treasury department.
AiiKtrnlla tor TuMtl.
San Frnnclsco, Nov. 2. With the tri
color of France Hying nt thc forepeak
nnd the mingling of French voices lu
tho good-byea thnt wero said at the
departuie, tho steamer Australia sail
ed promptly at 4 o'clock yesterd iv
afternoon on her first tnyage to Tahiti,
tho pioneer of tho new line thnt hiu
been established by the Oceanic Steair-I
ship (umpany, under subsidy from the
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rrr.u-1. i.vrr.n -m. . m.. ,..-l-,t..
that the Australia would ake only a
few passengers on the initial trip, but
those who took passage on the steam-
tr numbered seventy-two In all. lUc .
steamer also carries a full cargo f
freight and representatives of var o.,s
,oeai wnUlesaio nou.es K . on u e AUJ. em (() c(jmo oQ gh, Co1Im
tralla for the purpose ot Increailng Uw j Slackaule w, vUlt the golace in
future trade between this port and Ta- and for ,ho c,.
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pected to occupy en ami one-hal days.
and after remaining at Papeete two or
hree days, the Australia will start Vn
her homeward trip.
Recovering From Accident.
Mrs. W. C. Weedon is nearly ro
covered from a severe accident tint
ueteii ner last .-vionuay weeK, ui.u ner
friends will be glad to lenrn that sha
will soon be nbout again. The acci -
lent was caused by n pile of debris left
on a sidewalk unllghted at night ne.ir
iirs. weeuon stuinuiea
over it and was Impaled ou a sharp
stick, having a narrow escape from ae
Kerr & Co. have values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot be dupli
cated. They nro making a specialty
just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
The livening Uullotln, 75 cents per
Marital Bonds Dissolved
By Judge Humphreys
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
DENIED BOND ON APPEAL
Mrs. Scott of Kona Has Her Appeal
Dismissed by Supreme Court
' Matters on File in
The libelee In the Claudlnc-Carson
marine collision case has filed a peti
tion for appealing from tho decree of
the Supremo Court, adjudging damagvA
of $31,030.75 with $023.80 costs against
Wllder's Steamship Co., to the Circuit
Court of Appeals ot the Ninth United
States Judicial Circuit.
Today tho Supreme Court denied in
a written decision the motion ot Wll
der's Steamship Co. to llx the amount
of a bond pending appeal to the I-Vdcrnl
C. K. Al has made a separate answer
to the complaint of II. Hackfcld & Co.
against C. Akuu, C. Ako and himself, i
praying for accounting and the cancel-
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latlon of a mortgage. Ho denleB that
the mortgage given to him was without
consideration. Tho case was fully .le
Bcrlbed In tho llulletln from the com
Pacific Hardware Co. vs. O. W. Ahoy
is certified as remanded by the Su
premo Court to thc Third Circuit Court.
Sister Kllen Albcrtlna Polylaank,
of tho Angllcnu sisterhood, petition
that she bo appointed guardian of th1
fire minor children of Wrny Taylor and
Lydla Kcomallanl, his deceased wlfi,. w- K- c- Hnsson has brought suit
who have Inherited real and personal "Bilnst tho Palawal Valley & Upland
property from their mother. The pro- Development Association for dlssolu
posed wards and their father gUe writ- ,llon ot Partnership and damnges In tho
Y ten consent to the petition.
A unanimous decision of tho Su-n " services or mo niaintin were
premo Court has been given In Nettlo j red for the purpose or seeking for
L. Scott vs. Thomas Sllva. Tho plain- wntcr " tho ,8laml of '"n"' ani1 thal
tiff claimed $290 damages from defen- "" wording for months along these
dant's cnttle trespassing on her land. Ilnc. " was found thnt thl onJcct
In tho Kona District Court and the l0ultl no' ue attained; therefore the
Third Circuit Court her evldcnco was purpose of tho formation of tho asao
regarded as Insufficient and vague, tho i elation had fallen to tho ground,
latter Tt dismissing her appeal. Tho , T pp'alntlfT aBks for n dissolution of
Supremo Court takes the same view of ' tho copartnership on the ground that,
the ense. which It remands to tho Ctr-j1" thl way only can tho money duo
cult Judge In chambers for such fur-i hlm m"' ,no oth" creditor bo obtain
ther pioceedlngsns may bo proper. Mr.; el1- Whitney & Robinson for plulntlff.
Do Bolt sat In place of Justice (lal
bralth, with Chief Justlco Krear and
Justice Perry, the last writing thc optn-1
lun. Andrews for plaintiff; Achl &
Johnson for defendant.
Judge Humphreys dealt with divorce
cases this morning as follows:
Bertha St. Clair vs. John St, Clair.
Publication of summons ordered on
motion of Knne for llbellant.
Henrietta II. Togood vs. Albert To
good. Decreo granted for failure to pro
I.am Sin Yet vs. I.ee Ka Young. De
creo granted on tho ground of the wo
man libelee's affliction with leprosy.
Mary Alice Brown vs. Malcolm
Decree grunted for desertion
The defendant to pay $1000 alimony and
$100 countel fee. Whiting for llbell
ant; no nppearanco for libelee.
CHINESE CAN'T LAND
There has been some friction be
tween the Custom House officials and
, Commnn,,cr Wn,low ,,f 10 navaI
, ort BoIace ovt.r Blvllg horo
,(.avc o w mvl w
wMlow hreawiei, , ,, h
, ,,, ,heCll8lom Umm w
lll(()nb hu8 eyen 8Q fM M t ,
tlieCustom House boarding ofil-
)nK of ,hc roU twice a day as hoa bee-i
thc wUh a arm and na
, c cfewg
The w,taton , ,hat no chlncsc
. . ,,,.,. .., ,,, ,.nftn ,,
bonds, to guarantee their return tq tho
ship, or under the escort of, petty offi
i;apU Wnslow contends that the Chi-
nre reBlarly cnllteiI meI1 aIlll
thereforo cntUled l0 shoro ltlvo, u
, i.-. . rm(imu., tha. Admiral Dew.
miu,e thoBame contention requesting
iat n,8 favorlto 7CMnet0 t00k uo ))t)r.
, mU,e( , ,)ara(,6l, Now York lnlt tn,
request was refused by tho Treasuiy
Department at Washington.
W. O, Smith Is expected to return
from Maul tomorrow Ills niimo
mentioned freely as the prnh.ihln s'l"
cessor of Dr Wood us member and
prcsldtnt of the Hoard of Health Mr
Smith fur a long tliuo formerly occupi
I'd that double position
KAIHIiH HAH RI!TUUNi;i.
I'mll Kaiser Is home again. hatng
J been neither lost.ftolcn.strayed nor ab
sconding as might botlnfcrrcd from n
sensational publication this morning.
Defore leaving for Kahuku tho other
I day he sent a messenger home to In
form his wife. The messenger's ar
rival has yet to be reported. Thero
was no opportunity of sending wonf
1 from Kahuku, At the Qermanla Ic
I aurance Co.'s agency, where Kaiser Is
employed, there was nothing In his ah
stneo to bo anxious about. d''
IfWln Cf Co Not Politicians.
When seen by a llulletln reporter
this morning W. M. Olffard stated In
responso to n query, that there Is abso
lutely no truth In tho report that em
ployes of Irwin & Co. or tho Oceanic
Steamship Company had been dis
charged on account of their Wilcox
sympathies. "Irwin & Co. doesn't nsk
the politics of any man In Its employ
and never has," said Mr. Olffard.
Lewis & Turk did not as scape
goat bear away over tho wilderness ot
waters in the steamship Mariposa tho
sins or tho tribulations of their rival
McCarthy In the seamen crimping busl
nsss. McCarthy Is up ngulnst the merchant
seamen's statutes of the United StnUr.
Unless he Is able to clear himself nf
having violated those law a, It will r
hard on his pocket If not his liberty
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I United States District Attorney J. O.
1 laird has Instituted proceeding:)
against McCarthy, on tho charge of de
taining the baggagu of sailors at lu'
boarding house. As his alleged of
fenses aro many, and the penalty for
each offense Is $100, McCarthy Is In 1
rather serious position.
IIAKKON VS. PAl.AWAI CO.
Bum ol i,lW- ' ne complaint seta lortn
ELECTRIC CAIJ8 RUNNING.
The power plant ot tho Pacific
Heights trolley lino Is working with
beautiful smoothness. Tonight tho
enrs will be running and tho route Il
luminated. Next week a time card
will be published.
UnuHcd to Law.
A native man had his divorce suit con
tinued two eeks this morning, and when
Judge Humphrey' order for hlm to pay
JiS Into court to enable his wife the libelee
to emplov counsel, was Interi reted to him
he asked, '"Can't she pay her ow n lawyer?"
The order was repeated, the Interpreter
sa'd "P.vj" an J the llb.-llant's attmney
beckored his c lent out of couit. He is
known as a very industrious man, and his
aggrieved a'r met with sympathy from
several acqua'ntance prevnt.
Jas. P. Morgan did not sell tho Dodd
leasehold today. Tho &alo ot deliu
quent Klhcl st,ock also went over to a
THK WATKIIMAN IDRaL FOUN
TAIN PUN. All sires, all shapes. H.
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry and
prevent Illness. .
This is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
$4.50 Per Pair.
&'' JhJ. uiteivJ'M ji&tw