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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, APR. 24, 1911.
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DROWN LINEN TAILORED SUITS Those garments are
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material lined being carefully selected.- The cut Is correct.
WOMEN'S TAILORED 8UITS All now ami up-to..latc In
inaterlala ami llnlshi navy nml black serges, navy with lialr
stripe, greys, tans ami mixture. Handsome Wlilto Serge Suits
with black collars nml ciiiTh rrom $22.50 to $30.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
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Opposite Firo Station
ON THE GRILL
turo to tho resignation, was next call
cil. Maby said, uniler questioning of
Judge Stanley, that ho Haw Mrs. Oomp
tim hiinil sonic papers to Itlchiuoiiil,
but illil lint hear what sho salil.
i Also that Illchmoml replleil tn her
' In an angry tone.
I This h.ipponcil tho tiny beforo Mrs.
Cniupton wns siispomleil.
Under questioning by ltlchiitoml,
Muhy replied In tho snmo tenor us he
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Itlclininnil here went Into tho ques
lion of Mrs. Cniupton wnrnlng Miss . , , (lthrr e5nns,
Deyo to look out fnr her girls. .,, ,ntnlnt-l that he had not heard
In reply Mrs. Compton said that sho nl. conversation, Just the tone of vnlco
hail been told of Ills relations with th,a i,riminnd hud used,
some of tho girls to whom ho was glv-; MrH v,niiitin had asked him to bo n
lug Kpeclal Instruction and sho had
Vt'ttioss to the conversation, but ho
tod! Miss Deyo to look out for theso i il(1 Illlt ,,,i attention enough to ro.
Jiiestloned by Mrs. Wilcox, Rlch
moiul denied that he had ever discuss
ed Miss Handrey with Mrs. ("omptnii,
and denied several other statements.
Molr I see by the paper. Mr. Rich
inond, that you wore married In Mild
before you started for Honolulu to
Hlchmonil That Is not ho.
Illcc You say she told you sho
would wreck the school months ago?
Itlrhmoiid Yes, sir.
Illce You gave her plenty of tlmo
to do It, then, before reporting tho
Aiken Invents linvo not shown that
sho did anything, however.
Richmond I did not think she could
member tho words.
(in several occasions he had seen
Richmond act and talk angrily wlicnj
with Mrs. rotnptnn.
Mnby corroborated tho statements of I
Mrs Compton about the singing nt tho
Andrews home, and that there wns noi
1-ulr. dancing. i
This witness prepared the petition'
lf tho lrilo high Bi-linol strikers, he
said. In response to a question by
Richmond. He showed tho petition to
Carl Smith, but Mrs. Complon knew
nothing about It until It was all over.
Ho nnd others went Into Judgo An
drews' house lifter they hud left school,
(lurl Smith was with them.
Mrs. Cniupton had told them nil to
go back to school when they bid told
VnLl',.l Ln.-lm.hln.r .11 ,.11 about l'- -l)nt I ,,"1-
till matter until I went to llllo. . Machlyo Arakawn. cnlled, said that
Aiken I think. Mr. Richmond, Hint Mm. Compton took a pencil nnd paper
......i Mi.ni,i hnm rmnrteii this mutter nnd went to Mr. Richmond. Mrs.
...... " ....-" -. , ,
at oneo to tho board, and that you
wero remiss In your duty In not re
porting that Mrs. Compton would
wreck tho school.
Other questions wero nsked by dif
ferent members of the board to Rich
mond, and ho was asked why Mrs.
Compton should say such u thing.
Richmond I bellevo that It was
caused by her wish to have tho muslo
all to herself.
Rice Did Mrs. Compton not do her
work after sho .said Blio would wreck
Richmond Sho did. Sho Is it very
l'opo tried hero to help Richmond
Compton spoke low nnd sly did
hear what was snld except that
wanted to seo Mr. Richmond.
She could not hear what they were
talking about, but Mrs. Compton walk
ed nwny from Richmond Ip mi angry
manner, came back to the room and
excused all but Maby und Arakawn.
Richmond left Miss Allen's desk,
whero tho conversation took place, and
walled to another room.
In regard to tho graduation essay,
Madilyo .was assigned to Miss San
drey, who told her not to talk with
As the rmgllsh teacher III the past
had had charge of many of the pupils,
Here u question wns nsked Rich
mond by Mrs. Wilcox, If ho hud ns
slgned tile girl to Miss Sandrcy for her
essay, and ho replied In tho alllrmatlvo.
l-'ollowlng, Richmond was asked by
Mrs. Compton If It was the custom to
assign the pupils to the different teach
ers ami If the Kugllsh teacher did not
generally have some of them, to which
ho leplled again In the iiltlrmntive.
Mrs. Compton Did you assign any
pupils to me as teacher of Kiigllsh?
Richmond I did not.
Here adjournment was taken for
lunch until one-thirty.
out by u suggestion, of a conversation, Mnchlyo lold .Mrs. Compton about It.
with him, but nothing ilcllnito was sum
at that time. (
.Mrs. Wilcox Mr. Richmond, you did
not consider any of these acts Insubor
dinate until .March?
Richmond I wanted to prove things
beforo I took liny steps.
Mrs. Compton Questions.
Mrs. Compton Whero wus Mrs.
Lewis when sho heard me say I would
wreck tho high school?
Richmond As I understand, she was
Mrs. .'ompton And where was I?
Richmond At tho top of the stairs.
Mrs. Compton Talking with you?
Questioned by Mrs. Compton, Rich
mond could ftt state nt what time
sho had asked for control of the muslo
In order that she might have It for
the literary society.
Mrs Compton could not get a defi
nite answer from Richmond about the
muMc and appealed to tho board
Aiken and Stanley look u hand hero
and Richmond stated that Mrs. Conip
ton asked for entire chargo of tho
music In the literary society.
This statement of RIchmond'H did
not tally with that of Saturday, when
he gavo the Impression, If not In exact
MRS. RICHMOND IS
CENTER OF ATTENTION
"Attentions" of various kinds to
many women of llllo, Including nov
el ul tpiicht-rit, wero charged against
I'l'liifipnl Itlchtnniul of tho llllo high
school he Mrs. Ciimplmi In the roiirso
of tho investigation Saturday after
noon. Aft-nrdiiig tu MrH. Complon,
Principal HU-lunninl showered his fav
in s widespread.
Tho point that Mrs. Compton In
sisted upon In her locllal of details
wnu Hint It wnu mil Iter Uflmol-wnrk
words, that Mrs. Compton Jiud nsVd.lhat brought her llllo disfavor with
for entire charge of tho nulslc In thoithe principal, but mutters uulsldo of
high school. school, and that after sho lind Icarti-
Schbol Witnesses. oil some of Hit- details of Richmond's
Julia Niithanlel, 17 years of age. who relations with women, his nrinucr tu
bas been In school two years, was cull
id to testiry.
Julia stated that once IRchinond hud
come to Mrs. Comptoii's room at tho
"Mr Richmond cnnio to tho room and
usked Mrs. Compton to conm out. Tho
class was Just starting und Mrs. Comp
ton said, 'Not now, Mr. Richmond; I
huve a cluss to Httend to.' That Is tho
only thno I remember Mr. Richmond
came to tho classroom," said Julia.
The witness stated that Miss Allen
was at tho door at tho into Richmond
came, and she did not seo him conio
Richmond questioned Julia us to
where she was slaying In Honolulu,
and the girl replied that sho was In
care or Mrs. Compton: that sho had
not tallied of this matter since It hap
pened. The witness was excused.
Hilwnrd Maby, who, Richmond said,
ward her changed entirely ami ho
tried tu drive her out of tho hcIkhiI.
Charges that Itlclimniid was caught
In u most compromising at tit mlo with
a servant girl by Mrs. Campion, th.it
ho luul miiilo lnvo In several llllo wo
men, Including MIsh Sundry and Mij.
I.owIh, tho latter of whom miulo It jo
unpleasant for Mrs. Complon "that
sho could no longer live In tho same
house whero tho other teachers live.)
with Mrs. I.owls, that Kdltor Kinney
of tho Tribune had told Richmond his
ntloiillotis lo Mis. Lowls woro caus
ing coiihlilcruhlo talk around town
that Kdilor Conncss of Iho lie raid
called on Mrs. Compton occasionally
and lead Kipling to lior. and Ihat
Richmond strenuously objected lo
this, and finally I hut when nsked
polnlhlaiil; by Mrs. Comptou In re
gard to his relations with Mrs. Lewis.
Richmond had leplled with n shrug.
Is around" were roiiio of tho state
ments mntlo by Mrs. Compton.
Opening the afternoon (session of
Iho Coinpton-ltlclimond Inquiry, Mrs.
Wilcox nsked the first question In re
Raid to .Mrs. Cotmitnn'g failure to
come out of the room, nnd Itlchnmid
stntcd tho same ns Saturday moriilnt
Mrs. Wilcox Were you In Iho habit
of asking your teachers to Icavo Iho
room to speak with you?
Richmond Yes, ma'nm.
Mrs. Wilcox Had yon ever asked
Mrs. Complon to leave tho room with
Richmond I don't remember.
In response lo n question by Molr.
Richmond paid ho was In the habit of
calling teachers from tho classrooms,
when they were busy with clissos, to
confer with him.
Mrs. Complon What In your mind.
Mr. Richmond, caused Hilt break?.
Richmond Your refusal to cifni
ply with my request.
Mrs. Complon Why should I com
ply wllh your request?
Richmond There was no reason
Miss Deyo wns llion called and ques
tioned by Richmond,.
Miss Deyo stntcd Mint Mrs. Comp
lon told Richmond the papers ho
wanted wero In her desk nnd lioconl-l
hnvo tlicni nny time he wanted them.
Miss Deyo said that Mrs. Compton
slated at one tlmo when Mr. l'opo
wont Into Mrs. Lewis' classroom that
Ihero wns n fat or Immorality In llllo
Kolng on In the schools nml known by
the church pcoplo and yet they did
No Others Present.
"Thin wns said only In my pres
ence, neither Mr. Richmond nor any
one elfo hearing tho statement," said
Mrs. Compton To whom did my
remnrk a limit Immorality refer? What
bearing did Miss Deyo iindcrslnnd
that lo have on Iho school question?
Mls Deyo 1 Judged It to bo In
connection wllh the teachers.
Mrs. Complon asked how Miss Deyo
thought tho remark applied, nnd Miss
Deyo said because Mrs. Lciwls' 11:11110
had hcen niiiitloncd Just previously.
In response lo a question by Stan
ley. Miss Dejo said that no names
had been mentioned and Mrs. Comp
Ioii'h remarks weie general. Also
Hint lliero had heen friction In tho
school slnco November.
Answering Mrs. Wilcox. Miss Deyo
said that she never heard Mrs. Comp
ton refuse a request of Mr. Rich
mond. Aiken Did you ever hear Mrs.
Compton say she would wieck tho
Miss Deyo I never did.
When nsked by Mrs. Complon, Miss
Devo could not recall an Instanco
which called ,to her attention tho fact
that theio was discord In the school
on Mrs. Conipton's account.
Miss Allen, another teacher, was
called by Richmond nnd sho
inado her nnswcrB hh dramatic
ns possible, at one tlmo Jumping to
her reel and shaking her list In Iho
face of Commissioner Aiken lo show-
how Mrs. Complon had talked to
Richmond, sho said.
.Miss Allen Is said to h:fo dra
matic leanings and to bo the head of
amateur theatricals In llllo.
Started In Boarding Houce.
Tho testimony or this witness was
for the most part ilootei to episodes
In the hoarding home where they all
lived with Mis. Lewis, und from this
witness It wus first learned that the
wliolo trouhlo originated In the house,
a statement which wns afterward con
firmed by Iho story of Mrs. Complon,
who told the circumstances, although
not all the details.
Miss Alton testified, In answer to
carefully put questions by Richmond,
thai Mrs. Complon had demanded that
ho sign n certain p-ipT about her
work. "Mrs. Coinpton s.ilil that Mr.
tllhsim had lold her th.it Richmond
snld tlinl her work wns not up to
dale, and 'Mr. (llhson don t look llko
a man who would lie.' " wore Iho
words Miss Allen s:ild Mrs. Complon
had iibcil wl'n Itlelimoml.
Miss Allen fall! tint shu had heard
Mrs. Complon say that sho would
"fix" Mrs. I.owls when sho left Iho
house mid went In live wllh Judgo
Andrews' family, also Hint Mrs. Comp
ton had said that llllo wns 11 very
gossipy town. Then tho question of
the use of the hath room wus brought
up by Miss Allen who said that there
had been friction about hot and cold
water mid the tlmo each of Iho wo
men wns to Invo Iho room.
This finished her li-Htiiiiouy for
Richmond nml In iosisWo to a sug
gestion by Aiken in regard to Iho
trouble, tho said sho thought It was
Jus: a case of a boarder being dis
satisfied with her hoarding house
that caused Mis. Coinpton lo leave.
Began After Mrs. Compton Left.
"Thero was no utiploiiHantnoss n
school nut II Mis. Compton had left
the Lewis house," said MIbs Allen.
The witness aim Mild In ri-Kard to
Mrs, Comp'oii Insulting other teach
ers that hliu lu.il never been Insulted
herself ami shu know of no 0110 clno
who luul. Sho hud seen Mrs. Compton
act uug:y when talking tn other tou
chers hut had never heard any con
versation of that kind.
Aiken Did tho li-iniillug homo
tumble start tho high school trouhlo?
Miss Allen I think Mrs, Compton
expected a gtoat ileal or attention
from Mr. Richmond und liecauso tdio
dlil nut get all th.it she expected tho
This ended Iho exutuliiatlon of Iho
witnesses and Mrs. Compton had Ihu
Hour to answer Iho charges or Rich
mond, which t-liu did at length.
Mrs. Compton Answer.
Mrs. Comptou darted In by asking
Mr l'opo If I4IS n'titudo was tho snmo
saw Mrs. Compton Uvmuiid his slgiiu-"Thero Is nothing doing when Jarrctt
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Makes New, Klch
I Cures tho
Tilford Moots got hit on th' head
with a skillet at a kitchen shower yis
terday. A politician usually winds up
in lh' rear ranks with leaky terch.
as Ihat of Inspector fllbson toward
her. tho latter having said. In llllo
Ihat he had known the other touch
ers for years am! sho was a strang
er lo him bo Hint their word would go
further than would lier own.
Commissioner Stanley dlil not glw
I'opc n chanco to nnswrr hut said
thai her word wns Just ns good as
Richmond's or nny oilier teacher and
Hint the comnilBsloncrs did not know
iiiiv of them personally.
To clear up ninttcrs Aiken ask'-dl
Mrs. Complon to toll why mid how
sho came to llnwn.lt.
Why She Came.
"I graduated from Chicago Univer
sity In r.107." said Mrs. Complon. "ami
slnco that time I hnvo been teach
ing, last year In Toledo University.
During the summer I was In Chleigo
and while thrrc learned of the pint-.
Hon In llllo offered by Mr. Richmond I
who wns a visitor at the Unhersl'yi
looking for n teacher When tho pi-j
slllon wns Hist ofrcrcd to 1110 I rehm
ed It. hut after meeting Mr Rich-!
iiinud nnd talking tho manor over
with him I decided to accept."
Mrs. Compton told her story In a
straightforward number without auv
hesitancy or any dramatics.- and r.ho
went from point to isilnt with the
sure perception of 11 well-trained
mind, making a Keod Impression on
Sho told of the trip down from S,ui
Francisco, nhnitt Miss Handrey beln-r
011 tho boat and that she was wrought
up liecauso Richmond paid so much1
attention to Mrs. Compton and her
About M'.is Sandrcy.
I nsked Mr. Richmond ir he
thought It wus only senslckness which
wns Hie matter wltji Miss Sandrcy.
nnd ho said ho didn't kiiow. I asked
lilm what had beon his rcl-itlons wllh
her and he said that ho luul gone
around with her somo ntiil written to
her and they had gono to the main
"Mr. Richmond was In Chicago
about a week nml Miss Snndrey lmd
Tfot seen her mother lor three years.
Yet when ho wrote her Hint ho was
returning to Hawaii she came along
too after hut Hint rhort visit homo,
nnd I thought that was straugo If
thcro wiii nothing set tons between
Has Worked on Text Books.
Then Mrs. Compton go' down to
tho first churge ngjlnst her, refusal
to hand In outline for her Kugllsh
work. Sho told or rn-liiliiirnllne w-llh
writers on the mainland In gott'ug
out a grammar and showed letters
from Henry Holt and Company and
American Rook Company about
woik on text hooks.
That the grammar In use In
llllo school did not meet with
approval In certain minor ways
she asked pel mission or Richmond
lo change her Instruction. Ho asked
for an outline and she worked on It
most of Iho time Saturday and S1111
ilny the icqucsl having been miulo
on I-'rlilay. That when she wanted to
talk Iho miller over with him at tea
chers' meeting on Monday there was
nothing to bo ilmie as he said thcro
wus no meeting nnd Hint they wore
nil going swimming.
Compiled With School Requests.
"I never fulled to eoiuplv with a
request of Mr. lllchmnnd'11 about
school woik." said Mrs. Comoton, em
phasizing tho word 'school.'"
Asked for Chicago Position.
Here sho handed In a reply to a let
ter sho had willlen to Clarke's Tea
cher's agency In Chlcng). right nftrr
1 she had left Mrs. U-wls homo, ask
ing them lo find a place mr her to
leach on the lualuliud. ami showlm.-.
thai sho wished to gel out of Iho llllo
position even h'-rore any real friction!
en inn up In school mallei's, all II101
witnesses testifying that this did not'
commence until about Iho middle of 1
"Mr. Richmond told me Ihat ho had
forced the former KinMlsh learner lo
resign, and after I luul caught him!
and the servant girl at the houro Ii
know that he would do the saino toj
mo mid so I wanted to leave. I ami
teaching for my living and I did not ,
want to be forced from my lHisltlon, j
said Mrs. Compton.
Richmond Interrupts. I
At this point Rlehmoiiil broke In
nnd asked tho commlsslnneiH If Ihey
wero going lo allow Mis Compton toll
all thoFo things to which Commission
er Slunlpy leplled that as long ns Iho
board did not ohjcci be did not see
how Richmond could do so.
Then came tho story of Iho trip In
tho volcano. Mis Complon had boeu
living Willi tho Andiows' and during
I miirn 01 ine umo ine .niige nail neon
vers- III nnd at times delirious.
i "II was a gioal strain" said Mrs.
1 Coinpton "and I wanted lo got away
uir a lew inys lor a cuaugo. 1 real
ized us did evorjoue else Ihat the
Judgo would puss uway soon und that
1 JlflJif iBi mr&fali'iffltacIisS'
,jPl ems tjm-wm 'J
rtrviL-, 'ilia tu! rv, 1 imn-Liii iiw'hi;.i,i 1 iiiiar
I -liwimiin Tg u. I
(r- ' ' - ' 1 ..I v
THIS is our
m pleasing the
$ have character
is due to our
sortment of ex
Styles and Fab
rics. We only
ask you to
come in and
then make com
iiv nu tp
Benjamin OH. fe $QQ
in '! jhs """SRla
would be an added strain on 1110 llvliusl
there In the house, and I thought n
conide of days In new sc-mh-h would
make 1110 all right again.
"I also wanted lo go at that lime
ns a matter of econoim for the rale
In tho volcano wns much c!ic:im.-i- than
ordinarily, nnd that meant soiuellilng
to me. Mrs. Campbell was my chap-' Hon
clone at that time.
The Little Things.
Then the mailer of Hie nvtru ex
amination of Iho Weitherheu Isiy
came up and other occasions cited hv
Richmond when she had been Insub
ordinate and each one was full)' ex
plained. In regard to the mite c.tdsode, Mrs.
Comptou said sho asked Richmond to
sign 11 statement that her last nu'-
line In Kugllsh was In nlld l.n refused
Rteiilet "That 1 hni we me hi 1
for. we want to know all the details."
Nothing Serious. I
Then Mis. Compton begin nt His
bi-ginniug. told of the trip down 011
the boat of the intentions or Rich
mond which hint Miss Samlroy, theu
In llllo when Illchmoml paid atten-
lo her, Mrr. Compton nnd she
told him there could bo nothing seri
ous between them and II sh" eer
li'iiinled the man wus hick In the
states and his name was not Itli-n-mend.
At that tlmo Richmond told
her that he wns 1101 sellout In Ha
waii lor tho girl he would marry
lived on the mainland.
Servant Girl Episod:.
Then sln inotitlniioj lliulllig Rich
mond wllh tho sonant girl and It was
dlieclly nfler this Hint she left Mis.
lewis's and also wrote lo Chicago fori
She had been lold by (llhson that
Richmond said her woik was not up! a position. sodo?
I in nine anil sue wann-ii prooi mm n iiicninoiiu nail n.ui soveini uiria-1 no
was .-sin- roitowed mm nil" nnoitior iioiih in 11110 1110 one wnu Mrs. Low- piiiinc
room when- Miss Allen wns nnd said 1 Is causing the imul talk, so much Ihat
1 Mr. Kinney of tho Tribune eaino
Richmond and told him about it
"Mr. Richmond are you going to sign
this note? He shook his list and satd
asked lilm about his rel.il Inns wllh
Mrs. Lewis and ho snld Ihcrc was
110 hlug doing when .larret wus homo.
"After I left Mrs
'No. I am not.' "
In regard to Hie visit of Huperinlcti
ilcnt l'opo Mis. Complon s.ild Hull she
u'lultn.l I,,,.,., ti, w..n Int. i..t,lf t.u utin
"""- I "- " '" -" I
wnu llio nmi Itnu'lior lliero titiit watll-l
cd him to know exactly what she wits
"I have no loeolleelloii of saying
Ihat llllo was a gisslp town or any
thing 111 regal il to luimorAllly." said
Mrs. Compton. "I might have done so
for I had thought II many times. I
could have said It or the High School I lo me. ami after his eplsodo with
people nil sorts or stories nbout 1110,
"It was not mil II nfler Richmond
had the seilous experience wllh .1
bertiint girl In the house and I saw
him, that tho trouble stalled.
Cor.icsE Read Kipling. I
"Mr. Connoss of Hie Herald enmo
out occ'islounlly and lead Kipling
ill lli!it lime 1ml I ill, I iif.l mi nei mill
of advice I had hud not lo kj oak t II
I. did toll Miss Devo that she should!
take more Interest In her girls null
look after I hem mine though. I
Tho cause for the fileili-n In the
school ciuie about sluuUv hoTiuc I
left Mrs l.'-wb.' and pull) on 111 uutj
of a balhiui- party Ho you wau me
lo tell what Iho exact cause of all Hu-i
Margurt-t Richmond would glare at
lilm iury time ho cainu In the house.
In rael be acted almost llko an In
sane pen tin and I bellovo ho thought
I would tell Mr. Ciinness whit I had
si ' 11 and he was iiilalil ol him be
ing a nenspapennan.
'Mrs. lewis ami Mr Richmond
lni.Ki- me up wllh Hie Smiths. Mr
YV II Sui'Hi. I 1110:111. the tuio who Is
here m the loom now We went lo
11 dance nnd the Smiths would not
ride home in the same carriage with
me. The hark took me home :ml .
then wen' back after them
"R was right after this that Mrs.
Kmllh went mound to all her Men U
and said that Hilly had a big fee ami
Ihat I was not lit to associate wllh
That Hie 1 canon she was telling this
u.i because Hilly had the fee."
Speaking of Hie Interview with Mr.
Richmond In the library when Mm.
Complon tjillteil of resignation, sue
snld that she had lold Richmond she
wan being treatoil unfairly mid would
deal dlieclly with Mr. l'tqo 111 re
gard to her leslguatlun.
She lold also of "sovcral enthusi
astic Utile flings thrown out at no
table" by other teachers, mcntloutni;
.Mli.s Allen and Mrs. Lewis.
What was tho 'Martinet epl-
' Stanley asked.
you watil 1110' lo tell you In
" she loplleil. "II Is eMri-ine-
ly embarrassing to' tell hero befoto
all these people. I'd much piefer tu
toll you In private."
Commissioners Stanley und Allien
put their heads together and after
a whlspeieil eonsultnlloii Iho "M.u-
Lewls house slu-kg.iret eplKodo" was passed up for tho
nine iieing. .
She lold of other unpleasant occa
sions, declaring that - Richmond li
mine so when ho saw her he "ho
caino angry and glaicd."
"I had lost my rusiert for Mr.
Richmond by this time," suld Mrs.
In resmse to MIsb Wilcox's ques
iIkii .Mrs Complon said:
"I fee' that none of this trouhlo
stalled in the schisil or over school
work. It all arose fioni outside nut
ters." Richmond al this point cioss-quc-lloncd
Mrs Complon on somo of lie
point. i slit- had made, but ab'Mit Iho
only and Important ,on wiui.
"Was it my habii to call yon
of cl.i'i room often"'
"Not iiIiimi." stie answcied.
143 Cases of
New Spring Styles in Shoes
HAVE JUST ARRIVED
These ate what we have "been waiting for- They should have hcen here
two months ago, but owing to labor strikes in New York these shipments
We will not attempt to illustrate at this time any of the many styles re
ceived. We will be pleased to have you call at the store and look them
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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