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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
ONE VOTE FOR
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
THE MOST POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1537.
HONOLULU, H.I., MONDAY, MAY 21, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Gents.
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
Tho school children who aro got-
ting votes for their favorlto teach-
ers should take note of tho op-
portunlty offered them to sccuro
4 ono of tho valuable prizes offered 4
to tho person who shall sci.uro tho
most subscribers to tho Dulletln 4
by July 31. A good chuueo for
4 somo bright young boy or girl to 4
4 send their favorite on a vacation 4
4 trip to ban Franclsso rnd at the 4
4 samo time get a brand new $70 4
4 bicycle. 4-
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Tho teacher who shall havo secured
tho most votes at the end of tho con
test will bo given a frco trip to San
Francisco and return.
Passago has been secured on ono of
tho fine new boats of the Toyo Klson
Kalsha lino which aro said by all who,
havo traveled in them to bo tho best
and most comfortable boats on tin.
run between hero and San Francisco.
Tho America Maru will bo tho steamer
on tho trip up, leaving here July 17.
Either tho America Maru on August 3
or the Hongkong Maru on August 29
may bo selected on tho return trip ac
cording to tno length of stay it is de
sired to make at tho Coast.
A voto wll appear in each issue
of tho paper on tho upper
right hand corner of tho first page. In
addition to this, votes will bo given
with all NEW subscriptions to the
paper. It should bo understood In this
connection that n now subscription
docs not consist in transferring tho pa
per to Bomo other name In tho same
houso nor In stopping tho paper and re
subscribing. Votes will bo given to all
now subscribers as follows, tho coupon
being attached to tho receipt for tho
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS ICO "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAII 760 "
Teachers on the other Islands should
not lose Bight of the fact that this con
test is open to all teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands and that they have as
good a chanco as any ono of securing
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number 01 new suDscrtDers, tne 101-
lowing prizes :
lt Prlzo Cleveland Bicycle, 370.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, 02 and 04 of
the iqco Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
t road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Moderoo a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladies'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Ber
gersen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Hack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
nfit inrlnritc i Plate Holder. Tripod. 1
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophonef, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $80.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrgstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
i. Subscriptions should be sent In as
loon as secured, together with the name
tnd address of the person to whom the
ubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.po per year,
2 for three months; strictly In advance.
For fine full dress shirts at $1.00 each
L. D. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts are strictly high grado as to T
and quality. "
CHIEF JUSTICE JUDD
The Not Unexpired End
Born Id Honolulu of Missionary Parents
Sketch of His Long and
Albert Francis Judd, Chief Justlco of
tho Supremo Court of Hawaii, died yes
terday evening nt 7:30 o'clock, at tho
homestead established by his lato
father In Nuuanu nvenuc. Tho event
had been deemed Inovltablo as a matter
of hours for a week previous. Chief
Justice Judd began to fall in henlth
last summer, or a few months after his
completion of a quarter of a century on
tho bench of Hawaii. With Mrs. Judd
ho went to tho Mainland In September,
traveling to tho Atlantic coast nnd
seeking recuperation in tho quiet Inter
ior of New York Stntc. No improve
ment resulted, however, nnd tho Chief
Justlco last month came homo to die.
Tho departed Jurist was a son of tho
lato Dr. Gcrrlt P. Judd, who arrived
with tho second band of American mis
sionaries In 1828, nnd took a prominent
nart In crafting constitutionalism on
tho Hawnllan monarchical Bystem. Al
bert Francis Judd wns born Jnnuary
7, 183S. Ho received his early educa
tion' In tho ltoyal school and, under
llov. E. O. Dcckwlth nnd the late Rev,
Daniel Dole successively, took his
academic course In Oahu college. From
there ho was sent to Ynlo college, from
whoso law school ho graduated In 1858.
Returning to Honolulu ho begnn tho
prnctlco of law. In tho course of a
tour In America nnd Europe later, he
met Agnes, daughter of llov. James P.
Boyd of Geneva, N. Y., and brought
her homo as his bride.
King Lunnllto appointed Mr. Judd
his Attorney General in 1873. Ho was
made Second Associate Justlco of the
Supremo Court on February 18, 1874,
zy King Kalakaua, was promoted to
bo First Assoclato Justlco on February
1, 1877, nnd to bo Chief Justlco on No
vember 6, 1881. It was his strong de
sire, after annexation, to llvo to be the
first Chief Justlco of tho Territory of
Hawaii. As ho said, he did not con
sider his life wor kqulto accomplished.
Mr. Judd was n "mlslsonary" in the
true sense of tho term, as much as one
could bo out of pulpit functions. He
was ono of tho pillars of the old Fort
street church, tho old missionary snnc-
tuarv for foreigners, until it amalga
mated with tho lato Father Damon's
Bethel to form tho Central Union
church. Besides being nn office-bearer
In these churches ho was slnco 1883
president of tho Hawnllan Board of
Tho lato Chief Justlco always took a
keen Interest In public affairs. He
held a strong lnllucnco over tho native
magistracy, whoso natural unfamlllar
Ity with Anglo-Saxon Jurisprudence
mndo a commanding mind over them n
necessity. As a man Mr. Judd was
genial and unostentatious, Intensely
affectionato In family relations, n
pleasant and hospltablo host In society.
Many who could not sco cyo to cyo
with him In matters of private opinion
will yet revere his memory as thnt of
a slncero friend.
Chief Justlco Judd leaves, besides a
devoted wife, six sons and two daugh
ters, viz.: Agnes E. Judd, Albort F.
Judd Jr., James It. Judd, Henry Judd,
at present attending Yalo collego In the
Junior class, Charles Sheldon Judd,
Gerrlt P. Judd, Lawrenco McCully Jud.l
nnd Sophlo Boyd Judd. Tho lato C.
H. Judd, who wns a member of tho old
Houso of Nobles and of tho Privy
Council, also Chamberlain to King
Kalakaua, was n brother of tho Judge.
Mrs. E. K. Wilder. Mrs. Augusta Car
ter and Miss Helen Judd nro surviving
Walluku. May 19. Judge Kalua de
clared J. J. Combs a bankrupt last
Monday on tho petition of tho Hawa
iian Commercial & Sugar Co. Tho
creditors of said bankrupt cstato will
meet In tho Walluku courthouso next
Thursday to prove their claims nnd to
elect an assignee.
C. W. Baldwin Appointed.
Walluku, May 19. C. W. Baldwin
has been appointed Commissioner of
Prlvato Ways and Water Right for tho
District of Makawao, vlco G. H. Bailey,
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo In
every lino, commencing from May Bth,
1900. Call In and judge for yoursolf:
Iwakaml. Hotel street.
day and Night Classes
ROOMS ii-u, 3rd Floor 9 A. M. 4 P. M
Hours I u vy f. .
Particulars of Interesting Con
tests at Different Polls.
Crade Ballot Stoning Mixes Kalibi's
Yotlng White and Wilcox
Wlo Easily In Second
Republican primary elections ot Sat
urday passed oil In a manner highly
gratifying to alt Republicans having
tho best Interests ot the party at heart.
A good sized vote was cast nnd goon
feeling cxlRted throughout tho town
except In the Seventh Precinct of the
Fifth District where Bomo difficulty
During tho balloting in tho Seventh,
It became apparent that W. R. Sims
would bo elected. After nomo argument
It was decided to placo tho ballot box
In a room by Itself, thus giving each
voter a secret ballot. When the bal
lots were counted there wero 150 found
In the box but only 141 names on the
check list. Mr. Stewart seeing that he
was defeated began to rush the wrang
ling and started off with tho ballot box.
A meeting will be held tonight to ex
amines 'ballots. Mr. Stmsdcclnrcs liU
confidence In having enough votes to
carry tho election. Ho also declares
that Mr. McCants Stewart will havo to
adjourn his political activities to an
other precinct If ho wishes to win nn
election of nny kind.
First Precinct, Government nursery
Votes polled, 94. J. H. Boyd, 75; J.
It. McCandlcss, 19. Judges Henry
Davis, E. S. Boyd, Ed. Towso.
White Defeated Adams.
The election of delegates to tho dis
trict convention In tho second precinct
of tho fourth district resulted In the
choice of Charles Wilcox and Clarence
M. Whlto by large majorities. The suc
cessful candidates had been run as a
ticket, which beforo tho count was
derisively dubbed tho "Bulletin
ticket" by tho Carter-Andrews machin
ists. That section complimented tho
ticket, however, by borrowing Mr. Wil
cox's name from It and coupling there
with that ot Ed. R. Adams. There were
202 ballots cast and tho result of the
voto was: Charles Wilcox, 194; Clar
ence M. Whlto. 123; Ed. R. Adams, 80;
scattering 5. Majority of Wilcox over
Adams, 114; majority of Whlto over
Third Precinct, end of Nuuanu car
line. Votes polled, 12; A. S. Humph
reys, 11; R. Rycroft, 1. Judges Thos.
Patton, R. Rycroft, J. Monna. Mr.
Humphreys was the only nominee.
Fourth Precinct, Royal school
Votes polled, 126. C. L. Crabbo, 109;
V. H. R. Vlcrra, 8; A. G. M. Robertson,
4; W. Harrison Wright, 3; C. Wlnnm,
1; A. V. Gear, 1. Judgos C. B. Gray,
I. R. Burns, J. H. Hunt, Harry Evans,
E. G. Fcrrelrn.
Fifth Precinct, Kapuaiawa school
Votes polled. 30. J. W. Short, 13; A. F.
Cooke, 11; Dr. C. L. Garvin, 9; J. M.
Templcton, 3. Judges A. F. Cooke,
Dr. C. L. Garvin, Sam Johnson.
Sixth Precinct, Chamber of Com
merce Votes polled, 27. Dr. Cooper,
25; F. L. Hoogs, 2. C. S. Dcsky was
nominated as a delegate, but withdrew
In favor of Dr. Cooper.
There wns no election held nt Wal
manalo In tho Seventh Precinct,
Fourth District. Tho number of voters
thero is small, nt present being no
more than four, who, should an elec
tion bo held, would not be able to give
either party a vantnge.
First Precinct, Knncoho Court House
Votes polled, 52. Frank Pahla, 52.
Judges H. C. Adams, J. Roberts, A. P.
Second Precinct .Koloaloa Court
House Votes polled, 15. W. K. Rath
bun, 2; Gcorgo Weight, 13. Judges
John Mnhunalll, D. Poepoe; H. McCub
Third Precinct, Wnlalua Court Houbb
Votes polled, 30. C. P. Iaukea, 30
Judges Bcnj. Naukana, Paul Mahau
lu, Andrew Cox.
Tho election of tho fourth precinct of
tho fifth district was held at tho Wala
nao Court Houso. Thero were two can
didates tor the dclegato to tho district
convention and tho voto proved to bo
a tie, Moses Makehona and J. K. Ke
kahuna each receiving 17 votes. A tele
phone message was received from thero
this afternoon announcing thnt nnother
election would bo held.
BEJILC3-STR,03C IjVLTXSIO OO.
In tho Fifth Precinct, Fifth District
(Ewn railway station,) thero was but
one candidate to tho district conven
tion, Edwin Farmer, who received all
tho votes cast.
Sixth Precinct Edward Farmer
Seventh Precinct Election contested
by W. R. Sims, J. D. Holt and T. Mc
Eighth Precinct, Tramways building
Votes polled, 33. W. C. Achl, 33.
Judges Penfleld, J. M. Kancakua, R.
Hughes Defeated Thurston.
The election In the ninth precinct,
fifth district, was a very quiet affair;
but results show that the electors
Know exactly what they wero doing.
There was ono regular nomination,
that of L. A. Thurston, who was nomi
nated with instructions to voto for
himself ns n candidate to tho National
Hepubllcnn Convention nt Philadel
phia. This probably developed moro
or less opposition to that gentleman
last Saturday. On Saturday morning
W. J. Coelho was announced ns a can
didate and these two gentlemen were
tho only candidates announced until
5:30, when the name of J. A. Hughes
was placed on tho blackboard. It was
a surprise; and one of tho judges said
in a jocular manner thnt ho hadn't
much time to catch up with Thurston
Messrs. Ballou nnd Gcorgo Carter
were nt the polls during the afternoon,
but soon left, after voting and explain
ing in tho presence of the Judges what
should bo uone In tho way of excluding
suspicious votes. Mr. Coelho, ono of
tho candidates, was also ono of the
JudgeB of election nnd tnls fact was
pointed out by a voter present. The
judges, however, decided that tho mat
ter could not be now remedied without
a vote ot tho Republican club ot the
precinct. It was then suggested that
should a dispute arlso a statement of
tho facts should bo submitted to tho
Tho belief throughout tho afternoon
among tho friends of Mr. Thurston and
Mr. Coelho was that the election lay
between thoso gentlemen, and this was
not dispelled until tho votes were more
than half counted nnd it became evi
dent that Mr. Hughes must havo been
elected early lu the fight.
Everything connected with tho elec
tion went off In tho best good spirit
and threo hearty cheers were given for
Mr. Hughes when tho result was an
nounced to bo bo Votes enst, C9; tor J.
A. Hughes, 27; for W. J. Coelho, 21;
for L. A. Thurston, 21. Ono voto was
cast for J. L. Kaulukou, candidate for
tho Tenth precinct, whoso polling place
wns In tho next room, and was conse
quently thrdwn out by tho Judges.
In tho tenth precinct of the llfth dis
trict J. L. Kaulukou nnd E. J. Wilson
wcie tho candidates; by an error J. A.
Hughes of tho ninth precinct received
ono vote. Tho voting was lively and
C2 votes were polled; of theso J. L.
Knulukou received C9, E. J. Wilson, 2,
and J. A. Hughes, 1, Tho tenth pro
duct Includes n largo part of tho old
Chinese quarter, nnd thero wero 4G
voters of that nation who presented
themselves, with certificates nnd natu
ralization papers nt tho polls on Sat
urday. Tho nntlvo Hawallans wero
also out in good force, no less than 15
DELEGATES FROM MAUI
Lahalnav May 19, 1900.
At tho election of tho Republican
Club, third district of Maul, held nt
the Lahalnn Court House, E. II. Carle
ton was elected as dclegato to tho Wnl
luku convention to bo held on Mny
23d nt 10 n. m.
D. K. KAHAUI.ELIO,
Judges: RODT. E. FOni).
A. J. STORM.
On Sumner's Island.
Captain Dower, formerly of tbo
steamer Mokolll, has withdrawn from
tho Wilder Steamship Co. nfter several
months of most efficient service, and
has gono Into business for himself on
Sumner's Island. Ho has set up n shop
thero nnd Is now prepaicd to do all
kinds of Jobs pcrtnlulng to vessels nnd
boats. Ho also has a blncksmlthlng
department. Captain Dower's friends
nil wish him good luck In his new ven
ture. Thcio will bo an Important meeting
ot the Kamehamehn AlumnlAssocIa
Hon In tho club houso at 7: 30 'o'clock
I this evening. Every member Is re
quested to. bo present.
TITLE CLOUD ADMIJTED
Cross Proceedlrgs Brought by Kepio-
lanl Estate, Limited.
Offer to Prove a Lost Will of Late D. B.
Stnltb His Housekeeper Gives a
List (if Bequests.
A temporary Injunction has Issued,
on tho petition of Knplolnnl Estate,
Limited, against Mary H. Atchcrley.
AUco K. Spencer, Rebecca Klnlmaka
nnd Pcrclval M. Klnlmaka, restraining
them from proceeding with suits of
ejectment ngalnst tho plaintiff for the
property nt Queen nnd Punchbowl
streets nnd certain property on Molo
kal, claiming $20,000 damages In each
case. A bond of $1,000 has been filed
In tho injunction proceedings by plain
tiff ns principal and Samuel Parker and
A. N. Kcpolkal as sureties. Tho plain
tiff contends that defendants nro at
tempting to tnko advantage of n gap
that It admits In tho title. Richard
Armstrong was on Mny 5, 1858, ap
pointed gunrdlan of threo minor chll
Jren of Klnlmaka, nnd was ordered by
the probate court on November 2 fol
lowing to convey tho lands In question
to David Kalakaua, from whom the
plaintiff claims a clear line of title.
It appears Armstrong never obeyed tho
order, hence the gap In tho title. Tho
plaintiff prays, among other things,
thnt defendants, as the holders of the
.nterest of tho Klnlmaka minors, may
be ordered to mako a conveyance to
It ot nil their right, title and interest
in the lands under dlsputo which they
have dcilved from tho will of Klnl
maka. Kinney, Ballou & McClanahan
ire attorneys for tho petitioning cor
poration. Charles Crclghton, Lylo A.
Dickey nnd Frederick W. Hankey are
attorneys for defendants.
Amoy M. Anln has filed n petition for
probnto of tho will ot tho late I). B.
Smith, which sho alleges was mado but
cannot bo found. Petitioner wns house
keeper for Mr. Smith for more than
seven years beforo his death. Sho de
clares that the missing will was exe
cuted prior to October 29, 189G, and
offers to prove It. Also, thnt D. B.
Smith, by sucl will, bequeathed to bis
sister, Mrs. Chattlo Hall of Hlllsvllle.
Virginia, $5,000; to tho petitioner, f,
000, nnd nil ot his personal property,
with the reslduo of his cstntc, to his
daughter, Mamie L. Smith, now resid
ing In Honolulu. Kinney, Ballou &
McClanahnn and Wm. A. Hcnshnll aro
attorneys for petitioner.
WA1ALUA PLANTATION FIRE
A flie was discovered In tho cane
flclds of Wallaim plantation Inst Tues
day morning. The wholo plantation
forco was turned out, hut beforo tho
spread of tho Humes had ceased, twenty
acres had been swept.
Tho plantation manager telephoned
to tho O. R. & L. Cq. and early In the
afternoon nn engine arrived at Wain
lua. Tho cano was cut ns rapidly us pos
slblo and taken to Knhuku to bo
ground. By this tlino tho sugar from
this cano Is probably In Honolulu.
Tho flro wns not a disastrous ono ns
tho cano was well nlong nnd, being
ground piomptly, was saved to the
The police nro looking for Knnnkaa
ukal, tho man who beat his wife un
mercifully nbout u week ugo and had
sentence suspended for six months by
Judgo Wilcox. Tho woman appeared
at the pollco station ngaln this morn
ing and complained that her husband
repented his brutal treatment again
Inst night. Thero Is no doubt what
ever as to the fato of Kanaknaukil
when once ho is cnught.
There Is n woman In town that needs
wntchlng by tho police. Sho goes
about the city during tho very early
morning hours nnd, with tho help of
several hmall 111 chins, robs mnngo
tiers la pilvato residences of the ripe
fruit. In (his manner shu gets a
couple of bags full which sho sells to
Second Circuit Calendar.
Walluku, Mny 19. Thero aro already
over CO cases on tho calendar for tho
Juno term of tho Second Circuit Court.
A largo number of them nro mixed
Jury (civil) cases. Ono of tho Hono
lulu Circuit Judges will likely como up
to hear cases In which Judge Kalua Is
Costly Stoinuch Ache.
Ah I'o, chaigcd with unlawful pos
session of opium, appeared In tho Po
llco Court this forenoon nnd was fined
$,10 nnd costs. Ah Po stated that ho
had 11 bad stomach ncho nnd went to
tho house of n friend to bmoku It away.
Tho opium wns not Ids property.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
Scheme to RehabiLtati
Ktmali) Sugar Company
Knmulo Sugar Company bids fair to
emcrgo from a sea of troubles, to havo
all tho water expressed out of It, and
10 uo rcuoatcd as a staunch and sound
At tho meeting of creditors this
morning, Attorney Ballou represented
the Worthlngton Pump Co., while tho
local creditors wero present In a body.
Attorney W. A. Henshall on behalf
of the assessable stockholders Inform
ed tho creditors of tho meeting of his
clients on Saturdny evening. It was ..
the unanimous sens cof that meeting
thnt tho fourth and llfth assessments
should bo paid. Tho officers ot tho
company had resigned and n new board
should bo elected forthwith. It was
proposed that the capital stock should
bo reduced from $1,000,000 to $500,000,
then bond the property for further ne
cessary expenses until the first crop
bo tnken off. Withal It was proposed
to get n good agency for tho company,
thero being strong hopes that Henry
Wnterhouse & Co., Ltd., would accept
Mr. Ballou nnd tho creditors appear
Ing In person decided not to push pro
ceedings in baukiuptcy, nt least until
the end of this week. By thnt time the
stockholders would probably be nblo to
show what they could do.
With the fourth and llfth assess
ments paid In, tho total capital realized
would be something ilko $403,700. It la
proposed to Issue paid-up stock to
stockholders in proportion to tho
amount they shall havo paid. No fur
ther assessment beyond tho fifth will
bo levied. With capital reduced and
property bonded for further outlay,
It Is believed that tho agency will bo
one to be coveted by strong houses.
On the licHsrvntlon.
An old whlto man has just built him
self a little shack on tho Government
reservation near tho camp of tho South
Sea Islanders, makal of tho boat
houses, without first obtaining permis
sion from tho proper authorities. It is
quite likely that ho will bo naked to
A number of baseball enthusiasts
weio busily cngagcd'ycstcrday laying
out a baseball diamond on the reserva
tion. With n llttlo filling In nnd level
ling tho placo would becomo an ideal'
one for tho purpose.
.A young man Just nrrlved from
Moloknl, went Into ono of tho saloons
Saturdny nftcrnoon nnd called for n
Kamalo cocktail. The bartender
reached for a dozen bottles nt once,
turned, looked blank and then stated
that, In his many years' experience he
had never run ncross such a mixture.
Tho young man smiled ns ho said:
"Put plenty of water In It, bartender."
Muul rtnccH Slow.
Walluku, May 19. Another nttempl
to hold a meeting of the Maul Racing
Association will bo mado tomorrow.
Ceo. Huns declares that he will hand In
his resignation from tho association.
Many of the Walluku Bports aro anx
ious that such a meeting will bo held
In order to Insure races at tho Knhulul
trnck.on tho coming Fourth of July.
A Mind Reader.
(T. McCants Stewart's Interview:)
"You may say that concerning the
election on Saturday, tho majority of
legal votes wero .for myself for dele
gate." Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
nt L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fnll to seo them.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the..
Manufactprers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with gcd fit,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come in with your
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same care and attention
and their eet will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll toot the
bill, and promise you that both will bi
Jw n,mj.. fr'N)$ifc;in 'M