Newspaper Page Text
J steamer 7ab!c $ Want Ads. should be brought iii Tomorrow for the Sunday Bulletin
(8 From 8. F. J?
;'l Sonoma May 7
, X Doric May 8 Jf
K For 8. F. ' i
if. Peru May 3
Ventura May C jS
J) For' Victoria.
!fc Mlowcra May 7 !fi
C From Victoria. ft
IrxiOL H I .ntrof CLttct fl
Is obviously of more Im
portanco to the small ad'
Varfllnmiint Ihtin In tl.n
largo one. ' " " " " ft
Vl , .-- A A k '
k Aiuana may lu .n AlVn
the Largest Circulation of Any Island (Newspaper
XI. No. 2t:t7.
HONOLULU, TWKK1TOKY 03? HAWAII, FRIDAY MAY 2, IH02
Price 5 Gents.
i'. . (
1 , S.'.
By Principal Business
Men of San Francisco.
WHO HAVE WRITTEN
TO THEIR CONGRESSMEN
't Telling of Action Taken and Ask-
'Mne. inem to ueip uawaii
In Fire Claims"
By the last' steamer from the Coast
a letter addressed to the secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce and tho
Mine officer of tbeMcrchants' Associa
tion wax received from J. O. Pratt who
wag recently sent on to Washington by
those two bodies to work for tbo ap
propriation by Congress of money to
pay the lire claims.
Mr. 'Pratt states In this letter that ho
had met wlth'thn Chamber of Com
merce, the Merchants' Association and
tho Ooard of Trade of San Francisco
and that be was given the most hearty
endorsement by those three bodies In
the work which he had been sent forth
Further than that, these thrco
bodies had sent Instructions to Cali
fornia Congressmen to the effect that
they had endorsed tho proposition of
the Chamber of Commerce and the Mer
chants' Association of Honolulu, ac
companied by the expressed hope that
there would bo some legislation bear
ing on the matter.
The resolution, now published for the
first time, which was adopted by tho
.Chamber of Commerce and Merchants'
'Association of this citv nrevlous to the
-4fdeparturo of Mr, Fratt nnd which con
tains his Instructions In tho work he is
expected to do In Washington, Is as
Whereas, the visitation of bubonic
Plafue at the port of Honolulu In tho
latter part of the car island the
fore part of the year 1900, made nccea
nary the prompt enforcement of ex
treme measures by the local Board of
Health In suppressing the same, and.
Whereas, owing to tho Isolation of
the Hawaiian Islands and the Inade
quate means at hand, the enforcement
oZ such measures caused great suffer
lug and loss to a large number of prl
Mite individuals, more especially by
the destruction of buildings and per
sonal property by Arc, and.
Whereas, under the authorization of
Act IS of tho Hawaiian Session Laws
of 1901 tho commission duly authorized
by said act hag now heard and adjudi
cated the claims of those suffering loss
In consequence of such fire, and.
Whereas, tho awards to be rendered
by said commission, approximating
nearly two millions of dollars, are tho
result of careful and exhaustive exami
nation Into Iba claims which have been
Whereas, nearly the entire surplus of
the Territorial treasury was expended
In the suppression of tho said plague
and In tho care of those made desti
tute by the said fire,-and,
Whereas, the method and manner of
the payment of the awards to be made
by said commission can In large meas
ure only bo carried out by an increase
in the taxation rate, which is already
extremely high, and even by such
means the relief sought to be provided
)') said legislative act would be abor
he In that It does not, nor cannot In
T Its execution pay the entire awards or
any portion of the same so as to relieve
the present suffering and want of tho
Whereas, as a direct result of said
plague and In consequence of tho
strenuous efforts of our citizens to
prevent Us spread, locally ar well as to
the mainland of the United States, re
sulting In an almost entire suspension
Our best argument to get
your trade Is tho class of work
wo turn out.
Wo do all this work 'our.
solves and glvo It our particu
lar attention. If tho picture la
of a pretty view or bas some
association, it pannot bo too
well finished. You will want it
dono rightly and wo ore tho ono
to do this.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union,
of business for many weeks, great
pecuniary loss resulted, which is being
felt to this present time by the "busi
ness community of this Territory, and,
Whereas, owing to the fact that tho
Postal and Customs receipts of this
Territory aro now paid to tho Federal
Government and therefore no funds in
the treasury of theTerritory with
which to pay such claims or any por
tion thereof, and, '
Whereas, If tho payment of said
claims Is left to tho local government
it will be Impnsstblo to carry out the
provisions of the legislative act relative
to the payment of the awards to bo
made thereunder, and as a consequence
further nnd Irreparable damage wilt
result to said claimants and to tbo said
Territory of Hawaii, and.
Whereas, the urgeivy and Justice of
these claims Is universally recognized
by nil classes and interests In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii;
Now, Therefore lie it Ilesolved by
the Honolulu Chamber of Commcrco
and the Merchants' Association of Ho
nolulu, representing the commercial
and business Interests of said Honolulu,
and In large measuro such interests
throughout the Territory of Hawaii,
that the Federal Government bo urged
to assist the Territorial government in
the Immediate payment of these awards
Be It further resolved, That copies of
this resolution bo forwarded by thn
respective secretaries to the President
of the United States, the President of
the Senate, and the Speaker of the
House of Representatives and the
Delegate for the Territory of Hawaii,
with tho request that, subject to such
conditions as may be equitably Impos
ed a division of tho Federnl Customs
receipts from the Port of Honolulu be
made and turned into tho Territorial
treasury for the payment of the
awards so found to be due by said
Commission or that some other mean
be taken by the Congress of the Unit
ed States by which said awards may b
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce.
Ily Its Vice-President,
CHAS. M. COOKB.
By its Secretary,
JAS. GORDON SPBNCER,
Merchants' Association of Honolulu,
By its Vice-President,
W. W. DIMOND.
By Its Secretary,
W. W. HARRIS,
MONTHLY MEETING SHOWS
Measles at Castle Home and Children
In Quarantine Chinaman
The regular monthly meeting of the
Free Kindergarten and Children's
Aid Association was held In tho Y, M.
C, A. building this forenoon. There
was a largo attendance of the ladles
Interested In the work and much busi
ness of Importanco was transacted.
The report of the financial secretary
showed that thcie was a much moie
hopeful outlook for the contribution
boxes which were placed In a number
of stores of the city soma time ago.
iho secretary had not visited tho
boxes for quite a while as there was
nothing much in any of them. How
ever, when she called at the various
places recently she found that as high
as titty cents was found in some of the
It was Btated at the meeting that dur
ing tho last month there bad been Im
portant visitors from all over the
world at the various kindergartens.
One of these was a well known lady
who Is herself engaged In kindergarten
work on tho Mainland. She was very
much pleased with the kindergartens
of Honolulu and made the statement
that they would compare most favor
ably with any sbo bad ever seen.
Mrs. U. Thompson of Kamehamehu,
the hygienic director of tho Associa
tion, reported that sho had dressed
about two bundled sores during tho
month and that she had visited tho
homes of five children who ure attend
ing tho kindergartens of the city
Mrs. Thompson makes dally visits tn
the various Institutions.
An Interesting linppening tn connec
tion with the Kapalalmi kindergarten
was reported. It seems that one of the
Chinamen of the district who had been
In tho habit of making offerings to the
gods of the Chtncso had become con
vlnced of the good tho kindergarten
was doing and during tho past month,
In place of spending his money in of
ferings to tho gods, he took bis regu
lar contribution, to the kindergarten
and stated that he w lshcd tt to bo spent
for food for tho children.
It was reportod that there had been
one new child admitted to, the Castle
Homo kindergarten during tho past
month and further, that on account of
six cakes of measles among tho chil
dren, they were being kept In virtual
quarantine. The nursery work Ihcre
Is going on as successfully as ever.
The Mothers and Teachers' Club
which Is connected with tho Associa
tion, will finish Its meeting this after
noon. Tho principal speaker will b
Mrs. Dyke of Kamehamclm.
Table claret and other wines are
sold by Oomcs & McTlgho, llquoi
rtealers,NKlng street. Tel, Main H0.
In City of Honolulu on
Next Fourth of
WILL CONSIDER PLAN
AT A MEETING TODAY
Advertisement of This Place Is Main
Object in View-HawaiFs Exhibit '
Will Also Come
An Important meeting of tho Mer
chants' Association has been called
for the usual time and place this aft
ernoon for the consideration of sever
al important matters which must be
attended to at as early a date as pos
Tho most Important matter to bo
considered at tbo meeting will bo the
proposition that has bceit under dis
cussion among the merchants of the
city for some time past. Stated brief
ly, the merchants arc trying to ar
tungo for some Mud of a fair or carni
val for the Fourth ot July, this to bo
licit tn the city of Honolulu.
Tho plan In tho rough Is that peoplo
Hem tho other Islands will bo invited
to attend the fair or carnival and that
the attractions will be such as to make
It worth while for tlfem to come. There
will. If tho plan Is adopted, bo arrange -
li'cnts mado for horse races and other 1
interesting events of n like nature.,
Tho regatta races of the boat clubs
tkll on the Fourth of July and these
events will constitute another Inccn-
The, steamship companies will be
ccmmunleated with and an attempt
win ue uituiu to get uio managements
tn institute excursion rates In order
that people coming to Honolulu may
bo enabled to do so at a reduced ex
pense." In short, tho merchants are plan-
tiinf- tltla Tnr , nrnti-nl nA a t.ln l.
7. . . ............ m.b -u
VCrilSing SCnemo On UIO samo lines'
ns tho "Merchant Days" of many otUdny narm. gresslvo lines. Thero was practically
the cities on tho Mainland. . i ,,,, .,i A. .,... i..i n,!a unanimity of sentiment on this
Tho St. Louis Exposition matter
will also be brought up at tho mcet -
lng this afternoon and It Is probable , preBccnteiIt Bml Mr. M. w. 8tallei ,n
that some action will be taken with(B,rllcte by xTeg8- Wllklnson and
reference to tho pnrt the Association
Ir tn take In the exhibit which It Is'
hoped by Honolulu peoplo will be sent ,
to thu Exposition.
-- -t- iTJjn----?2-
World's Fair Envoy
AROUSES INTEREST OF
When ollen It Is difficult to o'btaln a
quorum of twelve members for a meet
ing of the Chamber of Commerce, that
must be an occasion ot unusual Interest
or the result ot extraordinary canvass
ing which brings out practically tho
entire strength of the organization.
Something ot both factors mentioned
prqbably had to do with the giand re
... . .; , i .i i
tatlon to the business community to
meet John Barrett, Commissioner Gen
eral tor the Louisiana Purchase Expo
sition. Mi Cooper's policy of making
the gathering a semi-state teccption of
the distinguished visitor, with social
bids Issued In polite form, had no doubt
a grcat'deal to do with the success of
the meeting. The assembly was held
in the former throne room and there
were present, besides the guest of tho
day, those named below:
'Down to Business.
Acting Governor 11, 13. Cooper, prc
ildlrig; Chief Justice W. F. Frear, Jus
tice A. Perry, V. S. Judge M. M. Kstee,
Circuit Judge W. T. Robinson, F. W.
Mactarlane, chairman Fire Claims
'ommlsston and president Honolulu
Merchants' Association; Fire Claims
Commissioners A. N. Kepolkai, F. J.
Testa and A. C. Lovekin, with M, H.
tllggs, secretary; Chas. M. Cooke,
president, and Jas. Gordon Spencer,
secretary, Chamber of Commerce; F.
V. Schuefer, president Hawaiian Plan
ters' Association; Attorney General n.
P. Dole, Superintendent ot Publlo
Works J. H, Boyd, Auditor B. H. Aus
tin,' 'John ilCua,' president Inter-lslaml
Cecil Brown, who has Just returned
from Kona whero he looked Into Konn
Sugar Company matters, spoke this
morning of his trip, as follows: "I
have been to Kona to help along plan
tation matters there. I completed tho
arrangements for tho advancement ot
money from thn bondholders and tha
creditors to tho plantation so that tho
present crop can bo taken off ana tho
crop of 1001 be planted.
"The affairs aro thus arranged satis
factorily and the proceeds of tho crop
will pay the expenses. Tho enno looki
very fine. It Is growing high and
shows a purity of SI."
Steamship Peru's Late Steward Sen
tenced to Four Years Imprison
ment for Attempt to Rill
ino late chief stowaru of tho steam
ship Peru, which nrrlvctl today from
I the Orient, was found guilty of shoot-
.lng with intent to murder Cuptaln
Pillsbury of tho Peru, nnd was hen-
i ti-ni'pcl tn four years' lmnrlsonment by
rh,f , r.nn.lmnn In thn Honi!-
Kong Suprt.mo court on tho 12th of
Thu IIon'K,.on5 DaMj. Vresa ot tho
nth of A)r Rvcil lhl! foUowng nc.
lmt of porllon ot tUo trla, Tnu
,,., ,,.... . n !,. i
M a gpsca, nltlnK 0, ,hn CrInal
, Collrt ,lcl(, ycgtcr(lay m0rning. Albert
Marshall, lata cblef steward of the;
Pacific Mall steamship Peru, wag In
dieted for shooting with Intent tn mur
der Albert Freeman Pillsbury, master
ot tho steamer, while In Hongkong
waters on the 23d of January last.
There was another count against him
, ,,,. will, ll.t In rt nl,,.
on A a WUe ln8tructc by tho
rnun Hn1lrnr. . P. T, ... nm.inv.
Crist, defended the prisoner, who
n!nni!oi1 nnt irnlllv.
. (Continued on page 4.)
Steam Navlgatloneo.j Senator W. C.
Achl. Representatives C. II. Dickey, D.
Kalauokalanl nnd W, W. Harris (also
secretary M rchnnts' Association);
Pror, W, D. rexandcr, Principal C. n.
Dyke of Kan Whuineha schools, former
(lovernor Au(S, CIcghorn, Frank 3.
Dodge, Wnim'F. Alien, N. K. Ocdgo,
Thos. J. KltV C. D. Chase, Robert Cat
ton, W. W.'Hall, F. Lincoln Wuldrou,
vv.rw, uimonu, u, m. v. romier, i,
A. isenberg. T. Cl.ve Davles. Assistant
U. S. Attorney J. J. Dunne, W, A.
llowen, W. M. Glffard, H. B. Walty,
H. Focko, U. S. Marshall K. R. Hen
dry, C. Bolto, H. D. Hendricks, 13. A.
Mott-Smlth, J. A. McCundlcss, O. W.
It. King. C. W. Dickey, D. F. Dilling
ham, 13. E. Paxton, Dr. Clark, Director
Jarcd O. Smith ot U, 8. Experiment
Station, K ,W. Jordan, H. K. Wichman,
Roy D. Chamberlain, collector ot Inter
nal Revenue; IS. R, Stackablc, collec
tor of 'customs; C. G. Uallentyne, A. J.
Campbell, Jos. B. Athcrton, Marston
Campbell, Assistant Superintendent of
Public Works; Captain A. O. Hawcs
Jr., Governor's secretary; Miss F, Mc
Tlguo, I3d. Towse, W. L. Hopper, J.
M. Tcmpleton, Theodore Hardeo, prl -
. vate sccretury to Commissioner Gen -
crul John Barrett, and several others,
Acting Qovernor Cooper presented
those arriving early to Mr. Barrett and,
when tho opening hour of 3 o'clock
-3rrlved, Introduced the Commissioner
General to tho audience,
Mr, Barrett Is a pleasing speaker,
who shows whenever he begins, that he
"has been thero before." On this oc
casion ho held tho rapt attention ot the
assemblage whllo ho delivered an ad-
By Executive Committee
AT MEETING HELD IN
FOSTER HALL LAST NIGhT
And a Committee Is Appointed To
Work Up Proposition and
Report From Time To
Thero was a very Important meeting
of the executive committee of the
Home Rule party in headquarters last
night for the consideration of various
matters concerning the future welfare
of tha party. It was confidently ex
pected that there would be a complete
discussion of the chairmanship matter
as that has been for the past week or
so almost the solo topic of conversa
tion among Home Rulers around on
the streets. However, a resolution was
adopted which has for l's object the
postponement of the consideration of
this matter until some future date.
Senator Kalauokalanl presided nt
tho meeting as the temporary chair
man nnd during tho course of the even
ing read a letter from Delegate Wilcox
tn which the latter stated that ho
would fie back In Honolulu some tlmo
The delegato stated further that the
county bill would not be brought up In
Congress but that he would briag it
back and let It take Its chances In the
next Legislature. This Is In line with
a recent communication from Mr. Wil
cox published In the Bulletin In which
the delegato states that Oovcrnor Dole
Is pledged to county and municipal
government, at as early a date as pos
sible. The letter further states that short
ly after the arrival if the delegate In
Honolulu he will stnrt on a tour of the
Islands for the purpose of reorganizing
the Home Rule party and that he will
taxc with him on this tilp, Senator
Kalauokalanl nnd the younger Kalau
okalanl, who Is now his secretary In
At last night's meeting the principal
.topic of discussion was the proposition
l r.rranli.nr tl.o n.rl nr n,nr nro.
proposition, there being no objection
whatever against It. As a matter of
fact, Kalauokalanl who Is put before
the public In this mornlng'sAdvcr
tlser ns being against any movement
ot tho kind, Is one of Its staunchest
It was finally decided to leave with
a competent committee the matter ot
.i'"C - S"V m-CZlfZS-i&iZZfl! Tw-,i"-s"i
dress, of which a full synopsis Is hero
It gives mo great pleasuro to address
a gathering ot representative residents
nf Hawaii. The honor Is to be deeply
appi eclated. The enterprise and
achievements of this community aro ot
world-wide Interest. Tho Importance
of Hawaii as an lnromparnblo station
ot commcrco and btrategy In tha Pa-
cQo hat? always appealed to me In my
uiuuies ui rui'iuc pcupie ami pruu
le'ms. After hammering nwny over ten
years on America's opportunities nnd
responsibilities, material and political,
In lands bordering on tuo Pacific, 1
have a petsonal satisfaction tn meeting
you today which could not be experi
enced by ono who haa not been Inspir
ed My the spirit o( Patltlc progress.
Having served as a United State Min
ister In Asia In the days when wo wero
rcgaVdcd ns n thlrd-rnto power, und
when our flag was not respected, and
having again seen tho marvelous
change that came with Dewey's victory
at Manila, and rejoiced In tho recog
nition by Asia's millions of our post
1 Hon as a leader among nations, I may
1 be pardoned for speaking with a de-
i gree ot feeling that would be otherwise
Apologizing for 1'ieso personal refer
ences In my Introduction, I will now
directly take up tho subject In hand.
As Commissioner General of the Imls
lana Purchase Exposition, or St, Louis
World's Fair as It Is more commonly
called ,1 have the distinguished hon
or of calling our attention to the fol
the reorganization of the party and
Prince Jonah Kalanlaryvolc, Senator
Kanuha and John limmelutli ware ap
pointed by tho chair to undertake tbli
big task. They will report from time
to tlmo to the executlvo committee
wnlch will either endorse or vote
against whatever might be brought
before them. The committee will have
no power whatever to act
Early In tho month of January 1 o
present executive committee will ro
tire from ofllce and there w 111 be a new
committee chosen. Thu present plan
Is that the number on the committee
shall be diminished In order that more
effective work may bo done, How
ever, this matter has nut been fully
decided on and probably will not tc
until tho convention ot Home Rule
delegates from all over the Islands to
be held In this city some time In the
month ot July,
This convention will consider the
mnttcr of tho reorganization of tho
mnucr or me reorganization oi uie'T. ni. r....: a it,,
party and will listen to remarks by. WW Category Of Exceptions to the
Delegate Wilcox on the whole situa
tion. They will also mako choice of n J
chairman to tnke the place of Jimes j
K. Kaulla. deceased, on the executive i
There wnro two resolutions idopUd
nt tho meeting. The first whs a rex i!v-!
,IM ... .1... .Hn., .ln. it... .ila In itin '
.IUI1 IU UIU ,-llCVb .(ill. .,,'J ivua ,. .
Fifth District bo repaired ni.d put In n
proper condition. This will be present
ed to Superintendent of Public Works
James II. Boyd today. Tho second, rcso-1
lutlon, Introduced by George Mark
ham, was to tbo effect that the con.
sldcratlon of the matter of a chairman
of tho executlvo committee of the party
be postponed until after the return of
Delegate Wilcox from the Mainland
nnd me caning logcincr tu me con
vention ot delegates of the Home Ruloj
party In July.
10 ffl OF HIS
in his suit against the Hawaiian
Tramways Company, tho Superintend -
cut of Public Works, James A. Boyd,
(tri-larcs on information and belief
that tho "girder" rails defendant und
It manager, W. II, Pain, have laid on
King street aro Intended for the opcr-
rtton or nn electric railway, no ac
mes nny legal right of tho compnny
or Its manager to construct or oper
ate an electric street railway In Ho
nolulu, The rails mentioned are at-
I.......I ... l. 1 nlln ... ...mIM.. .
Vhi-u iu no nil uuaiiiiiuuu lu 1111.111,
und the Superintendent prays for an
Injunction to make tho defendants de
list from maintaining such rails. Mr.1
Pain Is not doing nny tracklaylng at
pieseut. Tho suit Is to get rid of the
'rons protruding from King street nt
Cuplto Square for two years past.
1 SI, III HT
Acting Governor Cooper as chair- i)enrs nnd has charged and now
man has called a meeting of tho St. charges for "Its slow, poor and inado
Louis Exposition Commltteo on Of Qnate service" from the city propor to
Ionization for Monday afternoon at IWalklkl an exorbitant rate of faro;
1 o'clock. t.'at Its lino to xtfalhtkl Is Immensely
Commissioner John Barrett has do -
elded to lcavo for Japan In tho steam'
er Doric on Thursday next. Ho Is
upending today as the guest ot Mr.
Dillingham nt Walalua and will re
turn to town tomorrow.
, , .
When Commissioner Pratt left for
Washington, lie' was given a ietter
I'.troductlon to A. C. ItuIofBon of tho
firm of Baker & Hamilton, Snn Fran
cisco, by United States Marshal Hen
drj. Mr. Rulofson took a personal In
terest In Mr. Pratt's work and largo
1 through his lnflucnco and sugges
tion It was possible for Mr. Pratt to
secure tho strong endorsement from
tho San rranclsco business organiza
tions. By tho lat steamer Mr. Hen
drv received a letter from Mr. Pratt
acknowledging tho Important assist
ance rendered by Mr. Rulofson through
I For the man
10B7 FORT STREET.
a a jw v M.
OBJECT TO ASPERSIONS
ON TRAMWAYS COMPANY
Answer of the Honolulu Rapid
Transit and Land
J. J. Dunne and R. W. Hreckons
hdvo filed exceptions for tha partners
lp the Sun Kwong Mau Compauy, Chi
jneso vegetable gardeners, complain
ants, to the answer of the Honolulu
Itnpld Transit and Land Company, In
the Walklkt right of way caso "for Ira-
pertinence and scandal."
) Thcy aCRC tnal lt )g impertinent
Lnd gcamiaoug for lho defendant to
say that It owns and operates In tho
city of Honolulu "a modern, upto-dato
electric street car line," and thai for
a number of years prior to tho con
struction ot such line " a certain for
eign corporation known as tho Ha
waiian Tramwavg Company did own
nnd nnnrntn nti.l An nt Itilo Htiifi nnin
1 . ' management
ol one W. H. Pain o street
rat Una whose cars were and arc pro
pelled with animal power, and that
such power Is tho only power which
Hawaiian Tramays Company,
I Imlted, Is by law authorized to use."
Again, It Is declared to bo imperti
nent and scandalous to say that slnco
the defendant's lino commenced to bo
operated, the business of tho Hawaii-
1 . .-,,. n,...- V... .!... .-I.
inn iiniiin u; o sutufuu tiai, in 1 if it 61
tho lawful competition of defendant.
bten ki fatly Injured for (lie reason
that the Hawaiian Tramways Com-
rnny's service to the traveling publlo
M out of date, slow and Inadequate as
compared to this defendant service."
The next passago denounced talks
about "the effete stroet car servleo" of
tho Hawaiian Tramways Company,
nnd says that tho company has en
jcycil a monopoly for a number ot
, profitable and tho only pari of Its sys
tem operated without competition;
that It Is Impcratlvo to Its profitablo
existence, as conducted now and In
tbo past, that It remain without tho
competition of defendant's street car
Uirvlce to Watklkl.
The fourth exception Is to the BtateJ-
of,mcnt that defendant intends to con-
biiuci a moaern cicctnc street car
lino to Walklkl, as In law It ha the
right to do, and In pursuance of such
(Continued en pars G.)
S. S, VENTURA, MAY 6,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with Amerleun
better shoo and tow so
Heavy calf, drop Btltched, water
proof solo, rubber heels, Bleuchcr
THE PRICE IS $5.00
Wo recommend this to nil walkers.
K .' I.
(Continued on Page 3.)