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Vol. X. No. 174o. .ctvtfoLULU, TER1UT0KY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. .JANUARY 23 1901
Pjticn 5 Oijxts.
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Practical Western Men
Who Fail to Find
OBSTACLES ENCOUNTERED TO
INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE
Market for Meat and Dairy Products
plying it Available Under
Tour gentlemen from the Western
States leccntly met and formed a com
mon acquaintance on board n Btenmcr
coming to Honolulu. They were all
practical men of affairs, each having
business ns an element of their visit
to Hawaii. Three, If not tho four of
the in, are likely to return to tho Main
land In tho Zcalnndla next trip. One
nlone la stilt looking for an opening
In his line of Industry, ha having capi
tal to Invest In It as the others have
lii their callings.
Mr. Pierce Is a druggist. Ho Is a
prosperous citizen of Cripple Creek,
Colorado, and a former ma) or of that
city. His object In looking over the
situation here was to obtain change of
climate nnd scene.
The other three gentlemen nro ex
perienced cattlemen from Wyoming,
blng Messrs. Cramer, Holland nnd Wil
liams. They hao been Inquiring for
land suitable for ranching purposes,
but thus far with discouraging results.
About nil that they hae gained, be
sides tho enjoyment of n pleasant
trip nnd the balmy winter climate of
Ilnnall, Is the knowledge that there Is
market enough for mora meat and milk
and butter, but that land Is next to
impossible to obtain within con ani
ent reach tho market. They hao
nlso gained the suspicion, which may
or mny not bo capable of verification
that transportation facilities between
lands und possibly available nnd the
market are practically at the exclusive
service of concerns with which new
comers would have to compete.
A Uullctln reporter enjojed conver
sation with Messis. Pierce. Cramer and
Holland this morning. They expressed
themselves as charmed with tho cli
mate and delighted with their trip to
the Islands. Although all wcro disap
pointed In their quest of openings, they
said It was not Improbable that they
might return to tho Islands. The llml
ntlons upon tho acquisition of public
lands by corporations, both as to areas
nnd terms of lease. In the Organic Act,
together with some prospect of fur
thclr assimilation of Hawaiian land
tinnsactlons to the American sjstcin,
gave some hope of a change for the
better In settlement nnd development
by American agrlcultuiists nnd stock
FROM U18II0! TO IIYMANS.
II mans llrothcts of San Praialsco
nnd Honolulu lately bought tho Im
piovcd no-vain lot on the southwest
corner of Eddy and Talor streets. In
tho former city. Early last ear the
pioperty was bought from tho Emllle
Chavnnno estate for J1SO.500 by
Charles H. Illshop. A San I'ranclsco
paper mentions $1S7,M0 as the price
given by the Hymaus.
MANGROVES FOR ISLAND.
Prof. Koebele, the government en
tomologist who lias done so finch goo J
for Haw all since lie took the oMcj which
he now holds, speaks very hlf-hly of
tho mangrove ns a means of reclaim
ing land. Ho snvs that the tieo would
bo of great uso In theso Islands In
swampy lands near tho sea. The tree
spreads over largo areas and Bends
YOU WILL BB
To know that lots 100x175
in this Best of Suburbs
will be sold at from
Do not buy ANYWHERE until you
have looked tills ground over very
carefully and got prices on the
lots you want.
down Inumernblo roots, so that the soil
Is kept from helng washed away nnd
ever) thing thnt Is swept beneath It Is
retained so that, In a Bhort time, the
level of the land is so that the attacks
of water have no effect whatever.
When Prof. Koebele was In I'lJI, he
sent up a number of plants and some of
these are now at Moanalua. Mr. Mc
Intyrc, the man who has charge of the
landscape gardening nt .Mr. Damon's
place, states that they are doing very
PROFS. LEAVE STANFORD.
Stanford University, Jan. 15. Prof
William Henry Hudson, the brllllnnt
man of letters and n member of the En
glish department In the university, nnd
Dr. Chnrlcs N. Utile, who occupies
mo cnnir 01 mathematics, navo re
signed from tho faculty ns a protest
against the gngglng nnd enforced with
drawal of Dr. Howard and Dr. Hoss.
The resignation of Professors Hudson
nnd Little were handed to Vice Presi
dent Urnnner this nftcrnoon. After n
very brief consideration Dr. Drnnncr
penned n curt note in duplicate to each
of them, accepting tho tendered resig
nations nnd specif) Ing thnt they
should tnke effect Immediately. Dr.
Mttle nnd Professor Hudson will dis
miss their classes at once and leave the
university with Dr. Howard.
Washington, .Inn. 8. Scnntor Trjc
Introduced a bill to provldo for sub-
ports of entry nnd delivery In Territory
of Haw-all. The bill provides that the
Secretary of the Treasury may from
time to time designate ports In Ha
waii as sub-ports of entry, nnd n cus
toms ofllccr shnll bo stationed nt these
ports, with full authority to enter nnd
clear vessels nnd perform nil duties In
cldent to such position.
MET J8 1 BEAR
Meeker, Colo , Jnn. 15. Colonel
Roosevelt narrowly escaped death to
day in a fight with a Hocky mountain
grizzly bear. An unlucky stumble all
but placed the Colonel within tho
grasp of tho brute, which was rushing
upon him and was only a few feet
nwny. The coolness of the New Yorker
nnd the steadiness of his own and his
companions' Are won the day nnd gavo
the hunters n fine bear's skin as a tro
TRIAL JURYF0R FEBRUARY
Tho trial Jury for tho February tern
of tho Circuit Court has been filled
The names of tho Jurors nrc ns follows'
Itobert C. Lydecker, Wnlter 1 Dill
ingham, J. Oswald Lutted, Patrick II
Burnett, Albert R Harris, James
Drown, George W. Clark. Thomas 11
Petrlo. Charles Ramsey. Peter A Ln
cnB, Walter V Chamberlain, Thorn is
1 McTlghe, Chnrlcs It. Collins. .!.
Ilnrrlo Mackenzie, Percy I.lshman.
Simpson Decker. David T. Ilalley.
l'rancls I) Greany, Charles J. Talk,
Albert names. CJulntus II Ilerry. Di
vld I.. Conkllug, William T. Schmidt
Samuel 1 Nott. Wlnfrld II. Ilabbltt.
Abraham St. C, Pllannla. John M
llrlRht, John W. Smithies, A. A. Mim
tnno, John 11. Wise, James Spencer,
William J. Smith. John Crow ell, George
Mnrkham, Benjamin K. Kn-nc and
Clulstnphcr J. Holt.
INDEPENDENTS IN CAUCUS
Tor two or thrco weeks past, the
successful candidates of tho Indepen
dent Home Rule party nt the last elec
tion have, been arriving In Honolulu
from the other Islands so that nov,
they mo nearly nil heic. Their purposo
wns to hold caucuses on various mat
ters in connection with tho Legisla
ture nnd map out their plan of action.
The first of these caucuses was held
yesterday forenoon ami tho second, In
tho afternoon. Tho legislators met
ngain this morning nnd will contlnuo
their work this nfternonn. It Is learn
ed that these caucuses will contlnuo
dally, Kunilajs excepted, until tho time
of the meeting of the Legislature on
February 20. Theie Is much Important
work to be done nnd the Independents
have mndo up their minds that, when
the Legislature does meet, they will
be fully prepared for the fray.
Gninblepa In Court.
Klghteen Chinese nppe.ired
Police Court this forenoon on the
c1 nige cf Lctig present nt n gnmblii.g
riuni All lut threo rlcudcl cullty miJ
were fluid $j ind costs uch llf the
tr-r.e nn'cmlng, nn old man ,nh bov
wcro given tho benefit of a doubt nnd
allowed to go, Tho other man Fluted
that ho had gono Into the place to find
some prospective customers. Judge
Wilcox fined htm the same nmouut ns
HAWAIIAN READY TO LOAD.
New York, Jan 12 Tho new steam
er Hawaiian, which Is one of n Meet of
seven largo cargo stcameis of tho Hn
wnllnn Steamship Company, arrived
today from Philadelphia to load for San
I'rnnclsco and Honolulu, tho ports on
the i onto of tho new line,
The latest style of straw hats will be
exhibited In our store, Iwaknml, Hotel
Solicitor General Makes
Argument in the
PERIOD OF PREPARATION
WAS DEEMED NECESSARY
Could Not Open Hawaii Ports to the
World as Might Have Been Pos-
siilc Congress Has Right
Washington. . .in 15 Solicitor Gen
eral Ulchaiiu tuduv made iepl) to
Smith's argument In the ila.vallan in
sular ease, now on healing before the
l nlted States Supreme Court. In thin
case, ho said. It was obviously the in
tention of Congress, ns soon ns practi
cable, to treat the Territory ns part oi
me united states, for legislative put
poses, so that the revenue nnd com
mercial laws which apply to the Unit
ed Stntes should operntc there.
"Hut," he went on, "before these laws
could bo put In operation In the Ha
waiian Islands, It was necessary thnt
n period of preparation should Inter
vene ufter tho passage of tho resolution
of nnnexntlon. On July 7. 1898, when
the main resolution was passed, thero
were no custom laws of the United
Stntes In operation In Hawaii and no
customs of tho United Stntes there.
The customs laws of the Republic of
Hawaii were In force nnd they were tho
only laws of that character. It Is ob
vious, therefore, that if the resolution
of annexation Immediately abrogated
tho customs laws of the Islands
Territory would have been left without
nny customs law, open to the ships
of tho world. The customs laws of tho
United States could not have effective sefnty-nve In tho party, all but half
operation because there were no ngen-.n doicn of them men und none of them
clcs there to enforce them. nble to speak o understand Kngllsh.
"If, then, the resolution of nnncxn-1
Hon threw open the ports of Hawaii
to the world at the same time, accord-1 EXPORT SUGAR AT LOSS.
Ing to tho contention of the opposing, .. , , ...
counsel. It threw open the ports of the' ,'' "' J,n' K,,A l'P''-h to
United States to ships coming from the Herald from Ilucnos A) res says
Hawaii. Tho effect of this would have , In l"n ,,f "10. ",,9'e "K" a"",
been to give a nopen door through Hn- lle ""Mr manufacturer, have resolve I
nallan ports Into ours. We could not i toJ ?J"",rt "")on ' "' ""Kir at n loss
Inquire, when goods come Into the' Nnnurous mill owners have held a
United Stntes from Hawaii, whether o'entlon with the object of adopting
Ibev hn.l been Lrnllcrht Intn Hnunll n
nn entry port to the United States."
Richards argued that this sort of
thing could not be permitted, nnd ho
expressed the opinion th it If Congress
believed thnt such n consequence would
ensue, tho resolution of annexation
aoiiM not havo passed when It did, nor
until nrrnngements could have been
mndo to put In operation our customs
and commerco regulations Immediate
I). So far us customs inatteis mo con
cerned, evidently tho Islands were not
to bo deemed part of the United States
for customs purposes until Congress
could further legislate In tho matter
by n law extending the United Stntes
custom laws nnd regulitlons to tho
Islands. Ho called nttentlon tn tho act
of niiliexntlon, sn)liig that It did not
make the Hawaiian Islands n part of
tho United States, but n pan of the
tenltory of the United States.
"It Is," ho continued, "obvious thnt
territory annexed or ceded to tho I nlt
ed Stntes becomes n part of tho terri
tory of the United Stntes, but It does
not become a part of the United States
In either n constitutional m u legisla
tive sense until Congiess shall so de
termine " In conclusion, Itlt hnnls said
"In the annexation resolution it wns
expressly provided that the customs
regulations of the Republic of Hawaii
should contlnuo until Congress should
extend the customs laws of the United
States to tho Islands It wns not until
tho passngo of the act of April 30 1100
that tho Islands became n pirt of tho
United States for customs purposes by
the extension of our laws to them"
Itkhnids was Interrogated by tho
MONEY FOR SAILORS HOME
Under the management of Cnpt. Ilray tho Sailors Homo has grown
In favor with the snllois nnd fills n sphero of usefulness In this com
munity. Wo understand that all tho rooms nro occupied nnd that tho
piesent building cannot nccoininodnto nil who npply for udmlbslon.
Cnptnli. Ilray would llko to see the homeroom enlarged by a now
construction ns nn nnnex to tho present Sailors' Homo building, bit
ns yet thero are no funds In Bight to carry out mnli a plan In tho near
Tho Sailors' Homo hns no endowment funds nnd no financial rc
soinces that nro nvallablo for meeting any expenses of nn extrnordl
nry ehniactcr and by necessity tho trustees have to look to tho large
hearted and charitably disposed members of this community for rais
ing the required funds to meet emergencies.
Nevcitheless. tho Snllors' Homo hns f()r n long vvhllo past not call
ed on this community for financial nsslstanco and mennwhllo n debt
has accumulated which ought to bo settled and a largo outlay Is In
view to comply with the sanitary regulations of tho Hoard of Health,
the Ilureaii of Public Wenks and with all tho modern requirements of
such public Institutions
A subscilptlon list Is now being circulated among the business men
nnd others In this city to rnlso funils for the Sailors' Homo and thnt
liberal amounts havo been signed by lending nrms which promises
well for n generous contribution This object should meet with every
success, In order to clear the Sailors' Homo of Its piescnt Indebted
necs nnd to plnco It In tho position of Incurring nil tho expenses no
cessltnted hj sanitary legulatlons und otlioiwlso, and thus to make It
elllclent and nttractlvo and enablo tho Trustees to carry on the work
of tho Institution successfully
Chief Justice nnd by Justices Hnrlnn,
Peckhnni. While and McKenna. In re
ply to Justice Hnrlnn he said that If
It became desirable to do so the Unit
ed States could part with Hawaii ns It
could with the Philippines, because
not contend, he snld, that Congress
could disintegrate the Union; he did
not hold thnt Congress could dispose of
territory which slmpl) belongs to this
In connection with his contention
concerning the necessary time betwe-m
tho acquisition of territory and tho
putting Into effect of our laws. Illch-
nrds read extracts from the treaty ne
gotiated In 1803 for the nnnexntlon of
the lslnnds That, ho said, made ex
plicit provision for temporary exten
sion of our laws ns hml been dono un
der the resolution of niiliexntlon He
laid some stress upon tho fail that this
treat) had been negotiated during tho
administration of President Harrison
Paris Tex Jan U '.Ni most ro
mantic wedding thnt ever occuned In
Texas took place jesterdny evening
at Clarksville thlity miles east of Pa
ils Miss Mamie Smith, nn heiress
fiom Honolulu need If), was man led
to Kmmet Hurke aged 20, sou of n
Texas nnd Pacific section foreman lie
tween Pails and Chrksvlllo.
Miss Smith was bo-n nt Hos.itle, Ited
rlver countv neat Cl.irksvlile. nnd
reached heie u month ago to visit her1
birthplace. She was engaged to many
n prominent San I'ranclsco lnvv)cr.
who had I'm nmngemont of her c
tate. 8he met vomig Hurke. n penni
less boy. three vnekingo. A romantic
attachment sprung up. culminating In
Immediately after the wedding, the
bride telcgrrnhed the news to the San
Krnnclsco attorney The couple pnBsed
through Pari, today en route to San
, , , ,. . , , .homesick nnd has brooded over the
Chicago. Jan. 15.-Two car loads of Lenarillll)n , ,, ()f her
Portuguese laborcis bound for the su- i. ,. i.. .t.n,. .......... ...
gar plantations of Hawaii passed
through Chicago en route for San
Francis, vv hero they will embark fori
'he vo).ice to Honolulu. There were
'"ur.'K lor enc cxporiacion oi uour
especially to llrnzll. In view of the it
tempts made by the American Minister
nt Rio de Janeiro to have the govern
ment fnvor American Hour to the pr"
Judlce of the Argentine product
The LfiHt Nlfiht.
Mr. Murphy was greatly rlue.Pcl last
night with one of tho lirgesi niidleiicoi
of his Honolulu r.impnlgn It vns le
Inforccd with many soldier) und sail
ors from the transport Wauen Mini)
came forwnid to sign the pledge ami be
Invested with the blue ribbon, Includ
ing some previously hard drlnken of
Honolulu 'Mils evening Is the dol
ing one of the series.
Burned at the Strike.
Leavenworth, Kan , Jan. 13 l'red
Alexander, tho ntgio who Saturday at
tempted to assault Miss Hva Roth, nnd
who wns supposed to hnve assaulted
and killed Pearl I'nrbes In this til) In
November last, wns this afternoon tak
en from the Sheriff's guard and burned
nt the stake at the scene of his crime
half a dozen blocks from the center of
Hfiry'n Second Violin Recltnl.
A magnificent program has been ar
ranged for Thursday night, Jniiucir)
21th, at tho Hawaiian Opera House Il
sldc the (1 Minor Concetto by Ururh,
rjjry will piny "Othello" by Urns'
Scats nay bo reseived nt Wall, Nichols
Co , Ltd
Are Held in Nevada to
Avoid Difficulties in
ONE OF EXAMINER'S WARDS
ATTEMPTS TO SUICIDE
Discontented and Homesick in Strange
Land Among Stiangers Only
Sixteen and a Mother-May
be Saved from Death.
Iteno, Nev , Jan. 13. Two carloads
of I'd to P.lians nio sidetracked at
Uidswoith tonight and no one Is nl-
lowed to approach the cars It Is tho
Intention of ttie Southern Pacific Com-
paii) to rush them through carl) In the
nomine an Hmt tl. niii in ni, u
I'mnclseu Jim bifoie the hour nt vvhkh
the Hawaiian steamer will sail This
is the polio Hint has been pursued by ,or""I "l ruling, made last April
the company twice before In dealing B"sPc'HnK the collection of the coun
wlth Porto Illcniis destined for tlto' p""alII:iK duties upon Itusalan sugar
plantations of the Hawaiian Islands.
Yciunft Womiiti TrlcH Suicide.
Salinas, Jnn 15. Dolores Narte!.
,.. ... ... ..i
,-....... v., , iMinK uii cue great cieai or itusslnn Btigar conies
ranch of Itobert S. Johnson In Monte-1 Into the United States, nearly -ill of It.
rcj, attempted suicide this evening byl however, coming through Germany
tnklng poison. The )oung woman was Upon the receipt of the telegram? Itcp
one of those who recently left n party, resentatlves Ilarham, Needham Wa
of Porto Itlcan laborers on the wny to, ters. Metrnlf and Woods held . meet
tlie Hnwalan Islands. She nnd her litis- Inc nnd drclde.! tn ilr m, n mmr,..
band were sent to Johnson's ranch
where sho has been discontented and
',,.,. , " ' ' "" ".' '" ,'. . ? """'..
ot ll(,r pr.8CUt sltiintlon
This evening she obtnl
g she obtnlntd som" stry-
chnliic from some sheepmen nnd swal- officeholder since 1859, was retired to
lowed n large epi intlty. After letting, I'rlvnte life by the eltpiibtlrnn leplrla
hcr husband know what she had done, 1 of New Hampshire hero today. In
she lay down nnd composed herself for n nsatlonnl cnticus called to Blect
death. Word wns sent to tho city fori n,B successor, ho recclveil only 17 voted
medical assistance Ph)slclans hur- "ll1 "' n l0'nl "' 320 Judge Henry I:.
rled to her aid and nny succeed In
saving her life.
The )oung woman wns only 1C years
olil. and has been mat rled about nine
London, Jan Hi The (!ov eminent
has decided to send large lelnforce
incuts to Lord Kitchener nnd the War
Ofllce In earning nut this decision
has determined lo enlist 5000 )eoinnniy
volunteers At n meeting held nt th"
War Ofllce this aftc ruooii this plan nn I
others for securing more men were
discussed and approved and It Is un
derstood that the tlciv eminent will l'i
tho couiso of a da) or two Issue n com
munique on the subject
'I ho casualty list shows that the; o
has been a severe engagement, with n
loss of six killed seventeen wounded
and flvo missing nt Murra)sburg, win re
the Dutch are said to have been Join
ing the invaders. Murrnvsbiirg Is six
teen miles west of Ornnfrelnet.
Indications nro not wniitlng thnt th'
decision of tho (inv eminent tn send
i enforcements has not been taken u
moment too soon Colonel Colvllle's
mobile column, which has been pursu
ing the Doers, has been obliged to rest
nt nre)llngstnd to erect a blockhouse
and lo rease operations until reinforc
ed b) mounted troops (lenernl Paget
has taken his forco to Pretoria to refit
Many of the men nro suffering from en
terlc fever Threo hundred liners cap
tured a small Urltlsh convoy nt Ilronk
hurst Spruit, near Pretmlii, but made
off after liberating tho prisoners.
London, Jnn 13 '1 he Wnr Oulee has
received tho following dispatch from
"Pretoria, Suiidny, Jnn. 13 About
1100 Doers crossed tho lino, attacking
both X.uurfonteln nnd Kualfnuteln stt
tlons, but wcro driven off They ir"
being pursued by n cavalry brigade."
Lord Kitchener nlso reports several
skirmishes nt different points with
trifling Urltlsh losses nnd ndds'
"Threo ngentH of the Ponro Commis
sioners wero taken ns' prisoners to Dc
Wet's Inager. neir Dudley, January
10th One, who wns n Urltlsh subject
was flogged nnd then shot Tho other
two burghers were flogged by Do Wet's
YOTn ON ARMY HILL.
Washington. Jnn. 10 Mr CartT
asked that tho final vote upon the
nrmy reorganization bill nnd amend
ments pending should bo taken nt 1
o'clock tomorrow Opposition Sena
tors say tho voto will bo taken nt Hint
Roclclilll Ih Recalled.
New Yoik, Jan 10 A special to tho
Herald from Washington sa)s
W, W Itoekhlll, special commission
ei of the United States to China, has
Mr Itockhllls withdrawn! Is due ti)
the desire of the Administration to
have htm In Washington where lie
will be able tondvlie the President and
Secretary Ha) on the Kaslcrn problem.
"Opium In possession " nfler d dng
dut) ns nn offense sending hirdieds
of men to work on the lends 'or aoout
twmt) )ears Is no longer i crime.
Judge Humpheis this afternoon .
talnul the demurrers In Hire- casts
where Chinese wcte i h u ,( I with
the time-honored offense I lie ground!
are that the law rould not hold after
the passage of the Organic Act ns be
ing oppcifeil to the public policy of the
United stntfs. nnd that n decision of
the I'tderal Supreme Court upiet one
of the Supreme Court of the State of
Washington In a case prnctln'l) Ide n
tlcal in principle
wuibt m m
"Cslilngton Jan 11 The members
of thl California Congressional dele-
"j1""" '"l!n received telegrams from
nil of tho sugai companies e'olni tuml-
,""'l California asking them to in ik
'"' cm,rt '" lmv Secrctar) Gage reun-
imported Into this totintr). The Cali
fornia sugar companies represented
thnt the suspension of the countervail
Ing duties has hurt their business. A
ial tothe Secrtttary of the Trersury to
be signed by nil the memberrs ct the
Scmitor Chandler Defeated.
Concord, N. II., Jan. 10. William
i:aton Chandler, state nnd national
llurnlinm of Manchester won 'he nomi
nation on the first ballot wlt'i lib votes.
Vanelcrhllt Ih Mnrrleel.
New York, Jan H. A special to the
Sun from Newport sa)s The ceremony
thnt united Miss Hlleu French, daugh
ter of Mrs I'mm-Is Ormuiid Trench,
and Alfred (Ivv)niic Vnnderbllt, sec
ond sun of the Into Cornelius Vnnder
bllt and now the head of the Vnnderbllt
house was celebrated at noon today.
Newport hns seen many fnshlonabla
weddings, but none hns ever taken
place here that for grandeur of nr
rnngements or for standing of partici
pants has equaled that of today.
GRIP VI'UY SUHIOUS.
New York. Jnn 10 Speaking of tho
grippe epidemic I nthls clt). Dr. i')ius
I lMson said Inst night:
"I'ully one-sixth of New York's popn.
j latlcm hnve the grip I believe tho
I epidemic Is now nt Its height It has
been more severe nnd the eases have
i been moro numerous than In nn) pre
vious epidemic Thero nre many cas.-s
of grlppe-pnciimonl-i, which ti grippe
affecting tho lungs. This Is ver) din
gerous. Doroth) the 15 months old daughter
of Mr ami Mrs A. W falter, died last
night The funeral was private this
morning. Rev II. II. Parker attending
with the family.
A meeting of local M)stlc Shrlneis
Is culled fin 7 30 this evening In llruco
Wnrlng t'o's eilllce, Progress block ,A
full attendance Is requested
Till! WATKRMAN IDRAL TOUN
TAIN Ii:N. All sizes, all shapes. H,
For Comfort !
How many men are troubled
with perspiring feet, caused
by the shoes being tight or
by too much walking.
Wu Have Tiir. Siior. which
is made to prevent prespera
tloi, it Is called the
The shoes are neat, stylish
and attractive, made in tan.
Wt Afcj- -Alt 4,-jWtiti