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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
ONE VOTE FOIi
TUB MOST POPULAIl
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. HW.
HONOLULU, H. I.. TUESDAY, MAY S, 1J00.
Pui ob 6 Obntb.
Pree Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
The school children who urn get-
4 tlug votes for their favorite teach-
4 era should tnko note uf the op
portunlty offered them to scctiio
fr ono ot tlio vnluablo prizes otTcrcd
to the person who Bhall bci tire the :
most subscribers to ttio Itullettu
by July 31. A good chutico for :
some bright young ooy or girl to
send their favorlto on u vacation
trip to ban Krnncla:o r.nd at the
Bamo time get n brniU new $70
Tho teacher who shall havo secured
the most votes at tho end of tho con
test will bo given a free trip to San
Francisco and return.
Passage has been seemed on one of
tho lino new boats of the Toyo Risen
Knlsha lino which nre said by all whfc
havo traveled In them to bo tho besi
and most comfortable boats on tin.
run between hero and San Francisco.
The America Maru will bo tho steamer
on the trip up, leaving hero July 17.
Either tho America Maru on August 3
or tho Hongkong Maru on August 29
may bo selected on tho return trip ac
cording to tno length of stay It Is de
sired to mako nt tho Coast.
A voto wll appear in each Issuo
of tho paper on tho upper
right hand corner of the llrst page. In
audition to this, votes will bo glvjii
with nil NEW subscriptions to tho
paper. It should bo understood In this
connection that a now subscription
docs not consist In transferring tho pa
per to somo other name In tho saino
houso nor In Btopplng tho paper and ro
subscrlblng. Votes will bo given to all
new subscribers as follows, tho coupon
being attached to tho receipt for tho
1 MONTH '10 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
C MONTHS 350 "
1 YEAR 750 "
Teachers on tho other Islands should
not lose sight of tho fact that this con
test Is open to all teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands and that they havo as
good a chanco as any one of securing
The Bulletin offers to the per
ons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int PrUc Cleveland Bicycle, ft70.
The winner of the ist prize is 4 liberty
to choose between models 90, 01 an 1 04 of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
rn.id racer, welcht 20 pounds. Mnjel 02
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, t 24 lb-,
the blcvde to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choue nav
be made between the corresponding ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
nd lrlet filmier- Sewing Mn
The winner of this prize mav choose
Between these three stvles of nuJiines:
that with oscillating shultle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automate," with three drawers. This
machine will be turnMied b K. lier
fternen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Pi'cmo Senior Cnmerii,
4x5, with Outfit 810.00.
The Premo, Sr., lias Duub'e Swing
Back, Double Sliding Prnnt.nnd Kick and
Pinion for focusing. 1 his camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
wtfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Travs, Developer, Fixer, Negative Pack,
Graduate, Stirring Pod and 1 .intern.
Camera and outfit are from the l.oMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
tth Prize, a Zonophonc, the l.ut-
CHt Improvement on thcUi'iimo-
phonc, with U Record, 6510.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented, it Is to be
elected from the stock of the UcrgHtrom
Mimic Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of 1 1 - contest
lust be observed :
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last three months in advance.
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new subscription, liach name must be n
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nouns Mcured, together wllh the name
tnd addros of the person to tthoin the
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the mibcrllr. ( irc.U care lnn J be taken
to give ACCUPArill.V the full hame and
1 idrcss of each new subscriber.
4, Any person In t ti lln-,
wiiliiin IhIiiihIh Is eligible
to try Uw Uicho prlos.
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j3 (or lli' inomiiMnmuvin muvhusc,
TJII3 WATKHMAN IDUAl. I'OIJN
TAIN I'l'.N. All tUvt, nil nlmpvu. II. K
BEYOND DIAMOND HEAD
Minister Young Discusses Advantages
of tbe Two Roads.
Lice Near Ibe Beacb Much Preferable-Upper
Rjad Will Re q lire Extravagant Expendl
lure to Complete -Sound Reasoning.
Tho plan for n now road having
been practically decided tho next ques
tion presenting HrcU 1b thnt of trans
portation. It having been Intimated
that tho Rapid Transit Company would
probably extend Its line around Dia
mond Head, Mr. Thurston was nskol
about tho matter this morning. "No,"
said ho, "tho question has not been
formally considered, although I havo
talked tho maiicr over In conversation
with Mr. Gear. If there was, or could
be, established some sort of public re
sort bcyonil Diamond Head, It would
then pay us to consider tho expenso of
extending our line around tho Head;
but as it Is now It would hardly pay.
I believe, however, that tho schemo Is
entirely fcnslhle, If handled In n public-
spirited way: and I bcllovo ono 1 f
tho llrst necessities ot tho new tracts
opened up by tho proposed new load
will bo for rapid transit. Tho estab
lishment of n public resent beyond
Diamond Head would bo n paying
and popular investment and would nt
onco mako tho extension of tho rapid
transit line possible."
Minister Alexander Young speaking
of tho new Diamond Head road this
morning said: "I, of courso, recom
mend tho beach road. Ono reason for
this Is that tho country over which tho
upper road runs would mako it expen
sive nnd oven dangerous In- somo
places. Tho nuglo of tho natural slopo
Is, In some places, as great as 45 de
grees; consequently to mako a road
oven 40 feet wldo on tho solid ground
would rcquiro a cut on ono slda 40 feet
deep. From this great height over
hanging tho road mateilal would be
constantly detaching itself and falling
upon tho roadway. Again, tho fills, ns
well ns tho cuts, will bo very deep In
Bomo places nnd will require great
masses of material to fill up with, inas
much as tho slopo of the fills will haw
to tnko tho limited angle of reslstnnco.
This would probably bo about 30 de
grees from tho horizontal line.
"Now that the upper road will bo the
best from tho scenic standpoint there
can bo no question. Dut on tho beacli
road, which would probably bo in most
places ten or twelve feet nbovo high
tide, a person can seo far enough sea
ward for all practical purposes. Tho
upper road would simply extend the
horizon a little farther. Tho construc
tion of tho lower road will ho moder
ate In cost nnd can be made of a per
manent nnturc, without fear of distur
bance by tho sea. Again, when Dia
mond Head has been rounded, tho road
will lead through a tract of valuablo
land, from which branches may lead
towards tho soashoro and towards tho
hill slope, passing through Govern
ment Innd nnd Joining ono of tho roads
through the Gear, Lansing & Co.'s tract
on tho Knpahulu road near tho Kaplo
lanl l'aik. The main road will pro
ceed over nn even country most of it
good innd, where artesian wells could
liu easily sunk, theuco Joining Paul
Iscnberg's new road which runs into
tho Walaiao road. Thenco tho return
could bo mnde by tho Walaiao road to
either tho Kapahulu road or riorotaiiia
"If tho upper road Is swung around
on tho line laid out by Mr. llriincr, no,
only will 11 largo sum need to bo spent
for construction, but tho road will not
open up tho tcrrltoiy necessary in that
locality. Thcreforo I strongly reconi
mend tho bench load. I have no per
sonal Interest In tho matter, but I htivr
re-'ched this conclusion after careful!
going over tho ground."
Mew Tobacco Company.
Articles of association of tho Hawa
iian Tobacco Co., Ltd., havo ben field
by C1111 Gem, lln Leong, Liu Shcn
Chow, L. T. Chlng. Ho Fon, Woe
Hiring, Leo Vim Kwul and T. Ahiing.
Tho principal olllco Ih at Honolulu .To
enrry cm business as wholesalo nnd re
tall tobacconists nnd tea merchants Is
tho purposo of tho cnrpurai lou. Its
capital Ih $20,000 divided Into 200
slimes cif tho par value of SIOO each
with tho prlvllego of Increasing to STA
000. Tho let m Is llfty years.
Fur film full iIichh shirts nt $1.00 each
L. II. Kerr to Co., (Jueen street. Then
tdilits mo mildly high gradu ns to
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
0 AND NIGHT CMSSI1S
MOOMHi.lt, lf4 I loor
dOf M. M.-4I-. M
1 1il J H C. M
AT OAHU SUGAR COMPANY
Ford's Island Added to
II Pel Insula Another Acquisition Wtlls BiTrg
Bcrtd aid Jjpaoue at Work Sixty
Acres Already PiiUtd.
I'eoplo who went down tho road on
Sunday last were surprised to nolo tlu
Improvements made in connection with
tho Gnhu Sugar Co. during tho quaran
tine. Manager Ahrcns Is branching
out In directions that arc bound to rc
Biut most ndvnntageously to tho plan
tation. It will bo remembered that a short
time since, a long lease of Ford's Isl
and nnd tho II peninsula was obtained
from tho li Estate.
Tho trees havo been entirely cleared
from the former placo and now, where
tho only activity was the flight of birds
to nnd fro, steam plows and Japanese
laborers arc to bo seen hard at work.
Sixty acres of cano wero planted dur
ing the quarantine, n couplo of months
ago nnd this Is now doing ns well as
tho cano on the plantation proper
which, as everyone knows, Is tho best
thnt can be found anywhere.
Two steam plows nro now busily en
gaged in tho work of prcpailng moro
land for tho plnntlng of cane. At a
rough estimate, It Is calculated that
tho plantation will bo able to get near
ly six hundred acres of line cano land
out of tho Island.
For Irrigation purposes, two wells
with excellent (lows have already born
sunk and another Is now boring.
On tho Island Is u camp of seventy
Japanese under hustling lunns who
arc rapidly transforming tho placo Into
i vast canofleld. Sixty mules have also
been placed on tho island.
On tho 11 peninsula Is a camp of ISO
Japanese, doing tho tamo work ns
thoso on Ford's Island. Hero nlso n
vast number of trees havo been cut
down And Tho land turned Into cane
flclds. Wells am now being sunk on
tho new addition.
Heretofore tho wasto water from tho
mill lias hern running Into the sea but
now It will bo turned on tho peninsula
caneflelds, thus saving a good deal to
tho plantation. As tho land Is ono
great level stretch, no pumping will bo
necessary and limning win ho n thing
very easily accomplished.
It Is estimated that something In tho
neighborhood of 3,000 cords of wood
have been obtained from tho nlgcrobn
frres rlrpTil iv from Ford's Island
and tho 11 peninsula.
At the Orplieum.
Tho no wprogram nttrncted a good
house last night and proved to bo an
unusually good hill considerably ahead
of last Monday night for instance,
"Winifred's Husband" Is a ciovcr little
comedietta well played, well staged
and wel ldresscd. Saulsbury sang two
ballads In good voico nnd style, to
which the background furnished by
tho colored pictures lent a most effec
Tho second series of shadowgraphs
with living shadows were very amus
ingly nrrangcu nnd kept tho nudlcnco
In their scuib until tho "Star Spangled
rjnnner." Haby Ruth was greeted with
her usual applause. Dndson sang suc
cssfully and Miss Moss has faoinn new
selections that sho renders with no
miall degree of taste and sweotnrs of
To Shoot (joiitH.
A party of hftecn or twenty young
nr n cf th ecitv will go down on a spe
Mal train to Nanakull gulch Saturday
tfternoun to lmlulgo In tho spurt of
ihnotlng goats. They will return Sun
lay afternoon! This Is tho llrst party
o Nauiikiilt since tho quarantine was
lorrcl on Honolulu on account of the
lmlci Still Ahciid.
Captain l'arlier Is still ahead in the
ihoot for tho Cooper gold medal.
N'early all tho police ofllcers have shot
mil, It Is expected, tho shoot will mil
this week. As soon ns tho rlfln work
Is oor Captain l'urkor will require his
men to shoot with revolvers.
Anot lien JiipniK'HC Cnntureil.
Olllicr Tomn went down tho road to
Wnlpahii yesterday and there cap-
u red another Japanese under charge
if vagrancy. Tho fellow left town
wlu ii hu heard (lie warraiitu of arrest
twrt' out This makes sixteen that
luie hern attested so far
BBRaBTROM IMTJSIO OO.
ON TRIAL FOR ROBBERY
Two Hiwalian Juries Cmpiiulcd Before
Judgis SUnlty acd Divls.
Disposition tf Cases on Calendar Many
Hitlers F.ltd Id Office of Clerk
Claim Alltgtd Stale.
Tho trial ot Knwlka, Kaluaoptlc and
Punalioa for robbery was begun before
judgo titnnlcy this morning '1 hey nro
chaigcd with lassoing n Chinaman
named Ah Yuen In I'alolo valley nnd
robbing him of $37.r0. Two of them
arc gtlzzlcd old men. Deputy Attorney
General Dole Is prosecuting. II. it.
Hitchcock defending the prisoners.
1 ho Jury Is G. 3. Mokunhi, John Hoes,
Antono Recaid, Chns. Notley Jr., Jos
Rosa, J. W. Koakanu, I). A. Dowsett,
C. L. HopklnB, M. I'. Robinson, Win.
Hakuole, D. II. Kahannmnku and 12. V.,
Scntcuco of Knlaukl, assault and bat
tery, was continued for term.
H. Klemme's sentence In tho District
Court, for liquor selling, was con
firmed. Nolle prosequi wan entered for Ah
Sam, opium in possession.
I'. J. Fox and R. J. McWalter, dis
orderly pcrsolif, had ball forfeited.
Judge Davis Is hearing the trespass
case of Kaul, w., s. W. C. Aclil. Rob
ertson & Wilder for plaintiff; Kinney,
Dnllou & McClanuhnn for defendant.
Tho Jury I K. .1. Crawford, .las. K.
Mcrscbcrg, Geo. Kaomea, G. II. Kar
rattl, (1. W. Macy, 12. Kckoowal, H.
Meek, Isaac Adams, II. I'nmnlaulu, K.
Kcniinul, John lirlght and Win. Cog
hall. In the equity enso of Kaplohuil Ks
tato vh. Mnry II. Atchorley nnd othorii,
Allco K. Spencer, one of tho defen
dants, by her attorney, Lylo A. Dickey,
has filed 11 demurrer. She nsserts that
plaintiff has no Interest in tho subject
matter, nnd Itn claim stale and barred
by tho lapso ot forty-two yenrs.
C. W. Hooth objects to many of tho
Interrogatories proposed to bo put to
Sarah A. Ilcrgcr In her suit ngalnst
hinibclf and C. S. Dcsky.
In the ejectment enso of I'clnnl vs.
Knoaon, Judge Stanley has made an or
der of default against defendant. Tho
suit Is for two pieces of innd at Koo
lauloa with damages at $500.
Atkinson & Judri fur plaintiff file n
discontinuance of Hawaiian Fertilizer
Co. vs. C. II. Patzlg.
Margaret V. Carter by her attorneys.
Humphreys & Andrews, makes nnswer
to bill for Injunction of Wing Chon
Lodging House 8mi.
Several lodging housu nnd restaurant
cntcrpilscs nt Kakaako havo struck a
snag In their proponed operations. The
trouble has arisen In falling to com
ply with the sanitary building regula
tions of the Hoard of Ilealtt. Tho
necessary approval not having been
seemed the Minister of tho Interior re
fuses to Issue licenses, mid will con
tinue to so refuse until nil tho sanitary
regulations nf tho Iloatri of Health
have been foimally compiled with: this
will mean extensive repairs and re
mndellnr. while In nnnio cases ontlin
houses may bo rejected.
I'eoplo recently from Molokal stato
that tho hiiuteis pnld to shoot off the
deer In the mountains of Molokal ha I
done their work so well that now li
was n common thing fur a crack shot
to go to the hunting giounds, remain
ill day and return empty handed when
sl mouths ago ten or twelvo could he
shot In ii very short time. They ntnlo
fin titer that not tho deer but the rat
tle nre to blame for tho destruction of
OriorlchH I;.cn vnto" Office.
Sam Johnson, In charge nt tho odui
less excavator system has opened nn
illlce In the rear room of the Hoard of
Health quarters, where orders can ho
hereafter left. The entire excavator
forco Is being worki-d night ami day
now In relays nnd the small orders aio
-tt 111 finin twenty to ilriity a day ahead
if the present enpm It v.
The ease of Wiry, the mlorcd boat
boy charged with tape on Allen D.uIh,
was finished in the 1'ollee Court this
forenoon. Attorney Strauss ottered no
lefense anil i cited without argument.
Illdge VII(0 then committed Riley
for trial lit the next term of the fir
cult Court, First Clicnlt
THE ROWING ASSOCIATION
Decides to Have Cbampionshlp Races
OM fcMls ta Be ihed P.arl hubir Ite
PlaM-Fiopcsltlon U 0 R. A L. Co.
At a meeting of the Rowing Associa
tion held nt the home of A.. G M. Rob.
crtBon lust evening there woio present
the rollowlng: A. O. M. Robertson,
Arthur A. Wilder and W. W. Harris ol
the Myrtles; F. Klebahn and W. A.
Wall of the llcalanls and John Lane
of tho Lcllnuls. l'rlnco David Knwa
nnnnkoa of I ho last named club was
unable to be present.
'I he principal business of the meet
ing was tho discussion of tho regular
annual championship and Junlo- races
at I'cnrl Hnihor.
It was dually decided to hold theso
rates on tho second Saturday In Sep
tember which fulls on the stb of the
Relatho to tho boats to be used, It
was brought out nt the mecUi; that,
as It is too late now to older new boats,
It will be necessary to row In tho old
Australian shells. Tho Myrtles have
a new shell but they will not use it.
Asked as to tho Intentions of the
Lcllanls In regard to tho champion
ship races, John U-mo replied tnat ho
could furnish no Information. If pos
sible, tho orange and blnck Mould be
seen on tho courso nt tho appointed
It was fuither decided at tlu ircctlng
to make arrangements with tho O. R.
& L. Co., if possible, to build cottages
and boat houses on the somo of tho Ian
tho corporation nt the I'cntnsuln, tht
clubs to rent the same nt a fair price
so ob to assure Interest on the money
expended. W. W. Harris of tho Mr
tlcs was appointed a committee of one
to look Into tho matter.
Tho O. R. & L. has n lot of lar.d on
tho water front suitable for the pur
poso named, that Is lying idle at tho
present time und it Is to bo hoped that
tho men nt the head of affairs will look
favorably on tho proposition of tho
boat club boys.
Tho last item ot business attended to
was the approval of lust year's expon
ultures. Tho treasurer announced a
balance In the treasury of JH.'O.
Stations Are Located.
Manager F. J. Cross nnd Expert T.
Uowden left by the Klnnu today for
Lnhulnn, Maul, where they go to lo
cate the two stations for tho wireless
telegraphy system of that Island. If
conditions aro favorable, Mr. Cross
thinks that one station will be located
at Lahalna and the other probably a
Kahuliil or in that neighborhood. Tho
two stations lor tho Island of Oahu
have been selected, one at Telegraph
hill at Kalmukl, near Diamond Head,
and tho other, facing Kami., upon tho
point of laud In front of tho Walaliu
hotel. From Mnul Mr. Cross will go
to Hawaii and locnto tho necessary
stations on tho big island, after which
he will return to Honolulu and there
after will go to Kauai where tho lust
station will bo located.
l.liONi; CHI ISO l:OI. 1IILO.
Among the pnbciigers for lliio In
the Klnnu today was Leung Chi Tso,
the Chlneso reformer who has In en In
the Islands several months. Although
his closest friends statu that he Is
bound for tho Rainy City on a two
weeks' pleasure trip. It Is known that
Ills object Is tho sounding uf the pulse
of tho Chinese on tho Rig Islanl with
tho Intention, If circumstances prove
favorable, nf banding together tko.ie
who declaio themselves to be on tbe
sldo of Reform.
On the deck of the Kin.iu Leon? Chi
Tbo was surrounded by four well
ktiovu Hi fin m Chinese of this city
wlio K- it elos.- watch of his cveiy
imminent mid, although there weir
man Chlnue who attempted to get
near him and shako hands, imt very
few weie allowed to do so. barrier
was alwiis picHcntfri when a question
able Chinaman put in tin appeal am-1
Tim four men In question nro fully
armed for an emergency but ne ie
fornier himself was unarm" I.
Plnhlinm Well Complete.
Itepoils fioni Mcllrydo plantation
state that the fit Ht well of tho third
pumping station was finished List
week, witli a iiutuiul How of u million
gallons In twenly.four hours, Tho
pumping capacity Is 15,000 gallons. The
water Is (list class, showing only 2i
gatliiH to thu gallon. Tho well was
driven by the L. H I'liiMi'im well
Gent's lleimsdiiif de blmk mix su-(
pel lor quality, two pairs for 2a cents,
at L. II, Kerr & Co.'h, (Jueen street for
oiiu week only; don't fall to see them.
WITH SUICIDAL INTENT
Gmesom) Work Djrc bj Chinese it
Tliroa' Cut WIti fharj Kolfe-LibirfS Near
by Igio aot of ibe Cause - D.pu'y
Mars Dal 'Investigating.
An unknown Chinaman, evidently
about 45 ycais of age, was found lying
on the sldewnlk outside the Homo of
W. II. Cummliigs In Knllhl nt about
10 o'clock this morning with a cut
throat. 1 he man who llrst discovered
tno fellow, a unlive named John Iwul
nakupuuu, reported tho matter at po
lice hcadquartcis. I'atrulman Fornan
diz was nt onco sent out to .uvcstl
gate. Upon arrival at the plnco ho
telephoned In that the Chinaman was
not dead and the patrol wagn'i wna
sent out to convey tho fellow to tho
I'pon examining him, tho ofiVors
found quite u deep cut on tho left side
of the neck nnd tho tongue :ut nearly
haif way through. Ho could not
speak and was therefore uualilo to give
any Information In icgarri to himself.
l'atrolmau Fernandez followed a
trail ot blood nnd, n short ll.itar.ca
nwny, found n Chlneso chopping liuifo
with n blado about eight Inches ulOe
and ten long, lying In the grass nnx
the sldcwalK. It was covoiMil with
blood nnd had u very sharp edge, (evi
dently the Chinaman, for somo loisun
unknown, had cut himself, wit'i sulrl
dal Intent and then, changing Iris des
perate Intention, had hidden tho kmfo
and then crawled nway to nnotlnr
Chlnuiiuu working in the vprcatablo
gardens near by state that they saw
tho fellow go into ono of tho Chlneso
houses In tho vicinity and tako n knife.
Allttle later on they saw him fall sud
denly to tho sldewnlk. Not ono ot tha
number attempted to go nnywlnro
Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth Is in
vestigating tho ense. In tho tuivn
whlic, the Chlnnmnn Is lying In the
(luceii's hospital. It Is believed he will
Tho Klnnu sailed for Hllo end "-ly
ports nt 12:15 p. m. today, tho first
tlmo since tho raising of tho quaran
tine. Crowns began to gainer un mo
wharf at about 11:30 a. m. ami by noon
It was n dlnicult matter to get to tho
gang plank of the steamer.
lloan MlnHtrcIs Cimc.
The damage suit of tho Hognn Min
strel Co. against tho C.-A. S. S. Co.
has been set for 9 o'clock Monday
morning, May 13, In the Circuit Court.
Wnrreu SI .litcri.
The transport Warren was sighted nt
TWO WL'KKS ONLY.
I We will hold u reduction snlo In
eny line, commencing trom May Gth,
1000. Call In und Judgo for yourself:
Iwahaml. Hotel street.
A LARGE SHIPMENT CF
... Just opened by the,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stoeh Is now replete with good fits.
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with yojr
children, send them In and they will re
ceive jiibt the same care anJ attentlcn
and their ect will be just at canr(ull)
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot if you'll fuel tin
bill, and promise you that both will t
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