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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Yol, XI. No. 1895.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. .1ULY 20 1901.
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MOLOKAI HORSE JUMPS
OYER STEEP EMBANKMENT
Marvelous Escape of a Onion Express
Co. Steed and His. Driver
Fell Some Fif
"Molokal horses are Jumpers," Mid
Mr, Laren of the Union Express Co.
"They are not only jumpers but they
must be athletes, their skill no doubt
liming come from Jumping palls on
Mntnt.nl. t have one that Derformed a
feat jesterday, the like of which I
w 111 challenge the world to reproduce."
This is the story as told by Mr, Lnrsen
nnd several spectators who saw the
occunence jesterday afternoon nt
about 3 o'clock.
It seems that the express company Acting Governor Cooper has come
received a raw boned nnlmal of Molo- out llatfootcd In an nhsululc refusal
knl a few das ago and thinking to In- to Issue any more Chinese certificates
fuse some degree of strength Into his unless he is protected by law. This
legs, Mr. Larsen had him taken to tho'has nil come about as a direct result
Rtnbles and there for three or four daja'of the prosecution of Yong Kong Hung
bad him fed un on the very best that In the Police Court on the charge of
could be offered. The animal showed
some signs of returning activity es-
tcrday and so he was hitched up.
William, a native, was nlaccd on tho
wagon as the driver nnd, between 2elon of the trial jesterday and vvcro
nnd 3 oclocr, he was sent out on a'
Job on School street. William Jogged I
along sedately until the School street
bridge (Walkahalulti) was reached.
Something In its nppenrancc seemed to
attract the horse for he suddenly bolt
ed and made for It with a rush, WII-'
Ham lost control, threw up his hands'
and cried 'Auwc, e lele nna kela Ho
1 ka pall." (Great Scott! This animal I
Is about to Jump over precipice). I
There was no time for the driver to
Jump. Before he knew It. the horse
had swerved aside and. with one.
might) bound, had reached tho Ipvcl
of tho stream below, n distance ot
(.omething like fifteen feet. Onl the
Inlnk above stood n number of peopre
nnd on their heads stood their hair
up on end. No one dared to look over
for fear of what they might see.
Klnallj one of the crowd mustered tip
enough courage to look and hat lid
did sec nearly knocked him over any
way. Theie was the horse standing
uninjured and William sitting on the
vent. He wasn't smoking a cigarette
or reading a paper but he was there.
The only damage dono was the
li.Antiln rt a Imfil. nvln n ml n allirlit
..llUn.Hh V. 'I k.H- MA..." ., M . (!..
Injury to the front one. This lends like
romance but It isn't. A realization of'
what had happened came home to Mr.,
I-arsen nnd a corps'of assistants when
they finally succeeded three hours later
the wagon up on the toad
Henry E. Cooper
Failed to Connect
Acting Governor Cooper, more than
unjoue else in the Teiritorj, Knows
todny what the word means. At least,
this Is the conclusion of those who
have watched the recent game between
the Executive and the Legislature, Tho
Independents presenting a firm front,
have blcked further legislation during
iuc icjuriecnuay session, mere is au-,
Buiiui-o uuiuiug uiuie iu nu. 1 lie ACS-
tug Gov ei nor has done his veiy best to
get the Legislature to take action on
the measures which he has proposed
and has failed
It Is the opinion of the Independents
that the proposition of the Acting Gov
ernoi vvns to block a special session
itud theie) prevent the Intioductlon
of nn bills vlth the exception of those
providing revenue foi the country,
This Idea has taken such arm root that
the natives will listen to nothing in
legai d to the present session of the
Legislature If the Republicans reftiso
to attend the Senate nnd House, the In
dependents will attend the sessions un
til th" fourteen d.i)s me up.
Ihe Actlnfc Governor has declaied
hlmtelf in th matter of the necessity
foi the pasfnge of bills piovldlng reve-i
niie foi the public vvoiks of tbeJTerH-,
Six Cool Bedrooms
THC RESIDENCh OF
H. S. TOWNSEND
IS WANOA VALLfcV
isOFFCKID : : : : :
Par Iv firnlshcJ, for one
or two years at a very
low rate. Ten lare
rooms. Superb View.
Cool. Three minutes walk
from car line. Fine loca
tion for boarding house.
Cill on : , :' : : :
McClellan, Pood & Co.
tory and he has had great hopes that
such bills would be passed during the
extension of the presen extra session.
Now that, the Legislature refuses to
consider the measures) he proposes
during the extension and will either
adjourn sine die or sit without doing
any work until August 3 has been
tided ocr, the Acting Ooernor Is
forced fo a special session. The reason
lies just here. If the measures are
considered most necessary oy the Act
ing Governor at the resent time a
thing to which ho has pledged himself,
they certainty will not diminish In lm
portance as the da)s and weeks pass
by. To sum up the whole thing from
the standpoint of the Independents, the
Acting Governor would seem to be
The Legislature hat taken Its stand
and the XJovcmor has taken hl.'( A
gulf exists between the two and the In
dependents refuse to perform any en
gineering feat by which the chasm may
be crossed. K Is up to the Acting Gov-
For groceries ring up Illue 911.
ANOTHER ON COOPER.
false personation and his subsequent
acquittal by Judgo Wilcox. Several
Chinamen cnlled nt the Secretary's
offlco for certificates alter the conclu
HOUSE ADJOURNS TO AWAIT
SOME SENATORIAL ACTION
Meets Again on Wednesday Long
Wait in House This Morning
Adjournment Sine Die Still
Today's session of the House brought
forth what was expected an luablllt) tu
do any business whatever. The Hep-
resentatlves arrived on the scene bright
and early and began a tiresome wait
of an hour and a halt. There was ab
solutely nothing to do. The House had
burled Its dead, and weie ready to
quit, but action rested entirely en the
procedure of the Senato.
To while awn the tunc during tho
vvalt for Senatorial action, several lit-
tie schemes were concocted. 'Ihe Hcv.
Mr. Kaauvval of Kauai held forth at
somo kngtli to a small sized croud ji
listeners, on the ethics of an adjourn
mem sluo die or an extra session ,
slxt) nice long clajs. When he paused
tor breath, the rev ei end gentleman
from the Wind) Isle, Hlh'o, took up
the discourse where Lu lift off, and
piocecded In an eloquent strain for
somo time. In this vva), one at a time,
they lasted much longer than usual.
In one corner of tho room Glltlllaa
and Emmeluth put their heads to
gcther foi somo tlne. At last they
seemed to come to an agreement on
the subject under discussion for Em-
mellltn gtnrtcd tor thJ Semitei ttnt
10 Republican statesman looked the
.wsonlllcatlon of satisfaction.
Senator Crabbo dropped in for a few
minutes, and was Immediately besieg
ed by n score ot Representatives anx
ious to learn about "le fate ot the slue
dlo communication which vvns sent up
to the upper houso yesterda), Crabbe
lemnlned vciy reticent on that sub
ject and after rubbing It Into Interpre
ter Joun Wise in a wordy w.-c jtlvo
to tho present Senatorial farce, betook
ulm8cIf t0 ,,arU unknown.
rinally, an expedition consisting of
Kmmeluth, Decklcy aud Gllflllan, start
ed nut to llnd what tho Senate was up
to, If possible, but they were met by a
deputation of newspaper men, who in
formed them that only tbrco Indcpende
Senators remained to hold the fort.
This statement was reported to the
,i.n . m,, m1,0., ,h mn1,
r,ier 'to see what action cojild be tak-
1 en next.
Puukl and Kaulmakaole were in fn)or
of adjourning "sfne did whether the
Senate would or not.
Decklcy finally moved to ndjourn for
tin c-o da) s nnd, after some talk, his
The first birthday of the Japanese Y,
M. U. A. will be held at the Huddblst
Mission on Sunday next at 2:30 p. m.
The following la the program:
Opening1 Address (tho Ileport of the
Association) Dr. K. Halda
Scilptuics (all standing)
Duddhist Hymn Sanbo-no-On .
.... All Members of tho V. M. II. A.
Address Prove All Things
Mrs, L. fl. Meslck
Song God of Iron Four Girls
Address The Duties of Huddhlsts
Dr. A. Marques
Violin Solo A Sacred Tuno
Rev. II. Mntsumotn
Aildriss (Japanese Itov, Y, Ininmuiu
Tho Rational Anthem of Japan (all
Dr, Iloglo, chiropodist, removes.
corns and Ingrowing nails painlessly.
Main 371, Arlington Block. '
J. M. POEPOE AND F. PAHIA
HADE QUESTIONABLE DEAL
Former is Given Eight Hours in
Police Station by Judge Gear,
Pahia to Oarm-1
Attorney J. M. Pocpoo who fathered
the sale of land by a minqr under guar
dianship at'a price much bcloVitta real
value, was committed to Jail at noon
today by Judgo Gear for contempt -of
court. The Incarceration was ordered
to be In a cell nt the police station nnd
to end at 10 o'clock tonight.
P. I'ahla who bought tho land, at the
same time was ordered committed to
the Oahtt prison for contempt of court
until he should rccnnve the property
to I'uhlpukamnlnma, the minor under
the guardianship of tho court.
Tho land was sold to I'ahla by Poc
poe acting for tho minor. Tho con
sideration vvns repaid luto court by
t'ocpoc this morning and will be turned
over to I'ahla, upon hU signing-a deed
reconvening the Innd. The transaction
was brought to light upon pe'ltlon of
tho guardian, J. Kamlo.
Decision was handed c'own today by
the Supreme Court In the $25 000 dam'
age suit of Maty A. Cofbeld vs. the 'Icr
rltorj of Hawaii, sustaining the ruling
of the tower court on dcmuirei. 'I ho
lower court held that the Territory Is
pot liable for Injuries sustained b) rea
son of defective streets.
The opinion Is by Krear, Galbralth
nnd I'errj concurring.
The opinion sajs: "The general rule
is that a state Is not llublc to be sued
except by Its consent. Such consent Is
often given, though it is seldom ex
tended to enses of tort.. It was given
even In such cases by afformcr statute
in these Islands." The statute was
"This suit, however. Is not brought
under that statute but Is brought
aaglnst the Territory on the theory
that It was created a municipal cor
poration by Congress and as such was
made llablo like other municipal cor
porations for torts of tho kind in ques
tion." After describing tho various
forms of government from a munici
pality to a sovereign state, the opinion
proceeds. "To which form of gov
srnment Is that of the 'Jerri tor) most
ennlngous? In our opinion, Congress
did not Intend in creating the Terri
tory to create nmunhlp.il corporation
with the liabilities of euch n corpora
ton. No express piovlslons In the Or
ganic Act Indicate, such an Intention.
On the contrary the express provslous,
to far ns the) bear on the question
would seem to favor the view that
Congress Intended to continue In force
the former statutes which exempted
the government from liability in cases
of this character.
Kinney, Da 11 on & McClanahan for
plaintiff; Attorney General K. P, Dole
Trom Illlo, per str. Klnnu, July 20
.1. I). Castle, Miss r. Keen, Miss I).
Keen. Miss Alden, Dr. W. W. Keen.
Dr. II, F". Weir nnd wife, Mrs. Howler,
Mrs. C. Ilerger, Capt. Soulc nnd wife,
S Kobe) und wife, W, 13. Devereux,
Mrs. K. C. Griffin, II. .1. Craft. Miss F.
Tollefsen. A. V. Mluvlllo, J. E. (!. Les
son, W. nice, u. k. iiaitene, .miss
TV.nmiv Mluu llplllpr. II. I Vllkft!t.
i i r t if ntcL-i irn nn,i .liii.l
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Miss Annie Akamu, MUs N. A. Cooke.' "'" "" "" " " " "
I). Costello A. Holtnes A. A. !ra)mcr. commented on his sticking faithful!
llev. Kong Tct Yin, Miss M. Knmoo. ll3l",sl l,n ' ' ,0 ,aot wan '1"I'.
Ilev. S. W. Kekuewa. Rev. O. Make- J"1' ,tnttal 'V' m,t. aml
kau. Hon. P. Knohl, F. Armstrong, Mon tho, HepuMltan trio wider the
J. A. Tuthlll, O. St. J Gilbert. A. Kons.
i:. Klsida, Miss M. Meek, Mrs. Mukalua
and child, Mrs Ku.uhr.olna nnd two
chlldt en. 'MIbs It. Kauhaohao, D. K.
Mooklnl and SS passengers on deck.
Rond of IGOO has been (lied n Ith the
clerk ofithoiRtrctllt Court by Floiencof
l-lien wove as iriisict lur iie-r uuv"
minor children of tho rum ot W7, be
queathed to them by the will of Dllza
Yes, Mrs. Bouncer wanted to snd
her daughters to IIr n Mavvr, but sh
decided on Vassur"
"What Influenced her decision?"
"She couldn't pionounco nr)P
Maw r." Phllidel) hla Iliilletln.
"If )ou die first," said Mrs. Drear,
"You'll wait for mo, I know,"
"Oh, )es, 1'vo nlwn)8 had to dear,
Most ever) where wo go."
entl your Phc' h
M lJ. R C H A N Ts p A RC ni
WHEN INDEPENDENTS MADE
MOTION THEY LIKED NOT
Little Game of Hide-and-go-to-Scek
Played in Senate This Fore
The Independents In the Senate have
set their minds on adjournment sine
die and the Republicans say "no. All
of which Is neither stubborness nor
obstruction In, an overweening desire
on the part of each side to please Itsc4f.
1'olltlcs undouli edl mikes queer bed
fellows but politics In Hawaii Just at
the present tlmu makes queer situa
tions. All vft s lovel) when the hands ot the
Senate clock i cached 10 this forenoon.
Cecil llrown and win. white were
chaffing euch citbci on the laual, Ka
nuha was slapping Caller on the back
and Achl was smoking a cigar. Ka-
lauokalaul was thinking. jl nrls was
watching nuil Kalilllua wis just wait
ing. A. few minutes after 10, the Senate
vvns called tu ordi i nnd the prcllma-
narles were gone through with. Tho
secretary called the roll and found tho
following present C. Drown, Carter,
tCalauokolani, lvalue, Paris, Kahlllnu.
Achl, Kamtha and White.
Ihe clerk then lead the following
communication from the Acting Gov
ernor: IMgnr Cayplcss. LUq , Clerk ot tho
Sir: 1 have to acknowledge the ie
relpt,of isenato Concurrent Resolution
No.,2,uud to tiy that 1 have trans
mitted the necessar) certified copies
to the President, the President ot the
Senate, the Spenkcr of the Houso of
IlcpresentntlvCs tind the Dclegato to
Congress from Haw nil, as requested.
(Signed.) HCKRY B. COOIT.lt,
Next mine a communication from the
House, advising the Senate of Its readi
ness to adjourn sine dlo and Mr. White.
moved to take the same action, appoint
a committee to act with a like commit
tee of the Houso and have tho Acting
Governor Informed ot this fact. The
QiQUoa.was secouded by Mr. Kahtllna,
At this point, Cecil Hrown, vvhu was
seated on tho lanal, quletl) slunk away
and Carter, bowing pleasantly tu his
confreres, walked out of (lie Senate
chamber. Thus tho uppei holme was
lrft without n quorum.
White and Kanuha Insisted on ad
journment sine die. tne litter particu
larly. Knlauokalml wanted Picsldcnt
Knlue to send the sergeant at arms nf
ter the members who had absented
Suggestions as to the
proper course to take (cured In so
thick nnd rast that the President sat
dumbfounded nnd failed to do any
thing. Achl nnd Paris sat quletl) In their
place, offering suggestions neither
one way nor tho other. Finally the
gentle voice of Cecil Drown came
warbling up from below like the voice
of n siren: ' Como Paris, come." And
Cecil Drown nnd Clircncn Crabbe on
the steps below watching for the pos
sible appearance of the sergeant nt
nrms who did not appear, were soon
Joined b) Paris and the trio of Ile-
publlcnns walked back and forth on
the driveway, evident)) halting be
tween n half dozen or more opinions.
Oeorge Carter had disappeared alto
gether from the scene.
A low whistle and Charlie Achl be
gan to get nervous. Ills cigar began
to tnkn nn nil kinds ot angles with
his mouth and finally, wljh un excla
mation that it was becoming losuffer-
I abl) warm
In the Smato Chamber,
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1 hit. lrft nnnn lint frnnnp.lilc.ltR 111
the Scuato nn.l there u.cu : V.1
of u half hour foi x quorjn T" n
the menhirs weie callaj to order nnd,
on motion ot White-, adjournment utitTI
Monda) wils taken
SHROUDED' IN MYSTERY
The Coronor's Jur) In the case of tho
euspected murder of n Chinaman at
Sea View, met In tho Deput) Hlsh
Sheriff's oftiro )csterda) and, after due
deliberation, tendered the following
"We, the Jur) find that tho said Yi
Dang ramo to his death In Honolulu,
Island of Oahu,,on or about July lGtu,
1C0L Death being caused b) Injuries
to tho skull, probably produced b)
somo blunt Instrument lu the hands
of somo pci son or persons to this Jut)
A. M. UKOWX,
J. II. SCHNACK,
W. D. NOTT,
P. H. HimNF.TTn
The first witness was Dr McDonald.
who told of tho nature ot the wounds
on the dead man's head. Chang Liu,
iv cousin ot tho deceased, stnted that
ho had last seen Yong Dang alive on
Sunday. Deceased had been In the
country about ten je.irs, was fortj-
three jears of age, married nnd had,
four children. He was quiet and peace
able and n hard working man. De
ceased had $350 In the bank but witness
did not know If any ot this was on his
person at the time.
Detective Kanpa, chief of detectives,
testified to fltfdbig a icvolvr and a
stone llng within a tew feet of whero
the murder had evident!) been com
mltlttcd. The Chinaman had last been
seen on Tuesday at about noon b) a
Portuguese with whom Kanpa had
talked later. This person said that
deceased was with another Chinaman
at the time and that they disappeared
together near a gate In the vlclntt) of
the place where the bnd) was found
The Portuguese claimed that he
would be able to Identify the man If he
wcro to sec him again.
The detective went on to say that he
had had a talk with the manager of
the mill where the dead mail had been
cmplo)cd nnd had learned that the
deceased had received over $13 on the
day of the murder.
Chang Kew, lirother-ln-Iavv of the
dead man, said he had seen the decens-
id on Tuesday morning and that the
latter had said he was going to Mono-
lulu on business. He took nil bis
dollies to the next house nnd said ho
would not return for somo time.
lhe flnnl witness was Ilenjimln
Wright, who discovered the bod).
Two pissengers Intending to go to
the Coast In the Coptic jesterday
were brought ashore In the pilot bojt.
The) were made to ante n dollar each
for their trip from the steamer.
CAPITAL EMPLOYEES WILL
PLAY JUDICIARY CLERKS
Heads of Departments Must be Barred
as Professionals Says Clerk
of Courts George
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In process of arraugemcut. The de
tails are being ngrced upon by Thos. P.
Cummins representing the cniidupsjii
(lie Capitol building. George Lucas
represents tho clerks in the Judiciary
building, the Survp) and Hoard of
Health departments. Tho challenge
pioceeded from the cmplo)cs In the
Capitol building. It war. promptl) ac
icpted b) Mr, Lucas and the Hue up
for each side will be decided upon
within c diy oi two
The date of the ganio has not been
determined lu dlncusjlug the subject
with a Iliilletln reporter this mornlns.
George Lucas said: "The game will
prubibly be scheduled for a Sunda) af
ternoon. Two leasons exist for mak
ing It u Sunday gaue Tho cmplojea
on our side of the roul nio kept so
busy with their various tabors that a
week d.i) game Is practlcall) out uf tho
question Agiln, theie nr hundreds of
people who would want to witness the
game, who do not have the opportunity
to nttend sports during week da)s
These people nro lawyers, business
men nnd members of nil the profes
sions. We want to accommodate all.
I will probibly play behind the b.it.
Kellct years ago, was n safe proposi
tion on second biso and I think wo
will place tho Hoard of Health bo)s In
the field. I uuderstnnl thit Cumnjlus
who Is managing the Capitol end ot
tho deal Is llgurlng on ringing lu a tew
athletic heads of departments, alien as
Treasurer Wright, Jarcd Smith nnd
Collectoi Chimin rlaln. We would not
object to Wright nnd Mnrston Camp
bell or to J. II. llo)d, but we kick un
the other side running any profes
sionals Into un amateur game. If the)
Insist on having Fidor.il officials It.
the gnme v,ho mo Intel) from the
Mainland and thoiougul) versed In the
trickiest cuives, wn shall counter their
tricks !) pla)lng nil the nfllcers ot the
' IVl,,,,al. Court, on our side,
wo will keep oti posted on the ar
rangements ns they proceed.
CLEAN UP SALE
Also 500 Paiis of Ladies'
of odd sizes rejuced to 7ic
We may have iour size and If
In. Don't forget the place
(WIK JS flK
ACCUSED SKIPPERS WILL
HAVE TO AWAIT TRIAL
If Found Innocent Will be Out and
Injured Prosecuting Witnesses
well Looked Out
Three vessels nt present In port will
sail from hero without their captains.
They arc the Scrvla, St. James and Sea
King. In discussing tl.e matter this
morning, the captains were of the opin
ion that tljey were In u way being dis
criminated against in the length of
time It Is taking tu have their trials
The Jury to try the cases In the
1'nlted States Court will nut assemble
I until Alipiiat Htli nn.l luni- linfrirn Hint
., t,le Mrf wM arc now ,.
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So sure are two of the accused skip
pers of their acquittal that the) have
made an effort to hnve the court try
their cases without n Jurj but Judgo
Dstee, not wishing to takn the responsl
Llllty upon his shoulders, has dculed
Captain llakcr of the Unill) Heed
said this morning: "It in) case was
one where the government vvns suro
of n conviction, keeping me here for
trial woulii be Justifiable As it is, my
ship will leave here without me, nnd
If I am honorably acquitted, I have
no recourse. Tim probabilities nro
that I will have to loic my command
nnd then, nt the termination of my
trial, ns my ship will hive sailed I will
have to la) around waiting or. If I
want to work, will have to go ns a
mate. The sallori who arc witnesses
against me arc looked out for by the
government. They are locked up and
given pay for their time while tiny
are waiting. As soon as the trial Is
over, they can get a ship."
Captain Tapley of the St. James and
Captain Wallace of the Sea King are
In the same predicament as Captain
All three of the, skippers have borne
good reputations until tne present time
aml lt ls the first time thc have ever
iiiecn in trouble.
It "Is the opinion Qf.all the skippers -
In port .that the actions of the sailors
haTe'bero broughtabout.by the Sail
ors Unlonrritesldes this, the complain
ing witnesses ns nrul-i are men not
accustomed to sea life and not Am
erican citizens, whlln tho nccused mas
ters are all Americans nnd have been
sailors for many )cnrs.
Jared Smith's Barns
Given Back to Him
The settlement of the friction be
tvveen the Dxpcrlmcnt Station and the
Territory of Hawaii, has come quickly
upon the lice In of Jared Smith's prompt
protest. A new survey will be made
today b) Survc)or Wall, which will
remove the line of the rock quarry ono
bundled )nrds from tho dliector's
residence, as ngalnst,oae hundred feet,
where the line ran lefore. The new
lines ngreed upon nro not those ori
ginally decided upon b) the viewing
committee, but arc satisfactory to both
sides. The new boundaries to tho lock
quarr) will make It necessary for tho
Acting Governor to Isauo a new rock
In the case of John Pcroda vs. Harry
Armltnge, administrator ot the estntn
of Frank Pcroda, exceptions to tho or
der of the court overruling defendant'
lcniunu has been filed by Kinney,
Ilallou . McClanahan, together with
answer of genernP denial to plaintiffs
The suit of J. M. VIvue vs. I. 11. Kerr
enme before Judge Geir for trill to
day, I. idles" P. K. nnd linen dress skirts,
tho Intent, just opened at Pacific Import
Over 1000 Pairs at Special
LaJles' Lace Hoijs. Innd turn,
vrirg top, Louis XV hrel,
KMO, cut to eitfiO
Lidles' Tan Button Hoots 6.oo.
cut to Sil.SO
Ladles' Black Button HooUMoo,
5&co, cut to $a,no
Ladles' Tan 1 ace Boots, 5; oo,
t6 oo, cut to. . $..no
Ladies Fine Ox'ord Ties. 5?oo.
6.oo, ut to . $ fiO
LaJles' Pine Strap Slippers, l ouls
XV htel, 55.00, 5000. cut tv
Button Boots and Ox Ties
per pair. Come In and see.
we have you will be money
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