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TITE MORXTTfR OREGOA, TTESDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1910.
Legislature, if Republicans,
Will De 48 to 42 for State
ANSWER GIVEN OPPONENTS
Tie-terns Prom Primary Klectlon Re
fate Charge That Republican
SnccfM Will Endanger Di
rect Primary Law.
statements mad by persons who
would prevent Republican party tic
cesa tn the a-eneral election that a ma
jority of the candidates for the Leg
islator nominated by the Republicans
are assembly nominees and opposed to
Statement 1 of the primary law is
refuted by the returns from the several
counties on the primary election of Sep
of t!iel candidates for the Senate
who were nominated eight were rec
ommended by assemblies and elffht
were not. of the to nominated for
places in the House. IS are assembly
candidates and S3 were not nominated
If an assembly Indorsement meant
that the candidates were opposed to
Flil'tnriil I or piedred to secure Its
repeal, and It does not mean this, and
If all Kepubllran candidates were
elected the l.esjlxlature would stand
shout 4ft to 43 In favor of maintaining
the statement 1 feature of the primary
Antl-Aswrably Has Majority.
A bill to repeal or chn that por
tion of the law could not pass either
House Or Senate, even If all assembly
candidates voted for the bill. With the
holdovers In the Senate counted, that
body would poll at least 1 votes
axalnst such a measure, or a majority
of the Senate.
Folio wins; Is a list of the 1 candi
dates nominsted for plwes In the Sen
ate by the Republicans:
Klrst IMstrlrt. Marion County John
r. Carson, assembly; Hal 1. Patton.
Second tlstrlrt. Linn County Park
O. Beaty. anti-assembly.
Third District. Lane Cosjnty W. W.
Kourta Irtstrlct. Lana and Linn
Counties Louis K. Bean, assembly.
Sixth District. Jackson County H.
Van der Heilen. antl-ass'uibly.
Ninth District. Benton and Polk
Counties C. I. Hawley. assembly. -
Tenth District. Tajnhlli County J. L.
Twelfth District, Clackamas Coanty
TV A. Dlmlck. anti-assembly.
Thirteenth District. Multnomah Conn
sly Four-year-term. Geo. W. Joseph,
ntl-aesetnbly: t wo-y sax-term, James
K. Locke, anti-assembly.
Fourteenth District. Multnomah,
Clackamas and Columbia Counties
Dsn J. MeJarkey. antl-aseembly.
Fifteenth District. Clatsop County
C. F. Lester, assembly.
Nineteenth District. Morrow, Union
and Umatilla Counties C. A. Barrett,
an tl -assembly.
Twentieth District. Umatilla County
3. N. Burs; oss. assembly.
Twenty-third District. Baker County
YV. O- Ayers. assembiy.
Statement forces Blake Gain.
Thar were IS holdovers In the
House, bat John B. Coffey, who was not
pled s;od ta Statement One. realcned. and
an anti-assembly Statement On candi
date was nominated for the vacancy.
If Jay Bowerman la elected Governor
he must necessarly resign as State Sen
ator. Mr. Bowerman has declared that
he will oppose a repeal of Statement
One. but he Is not listed tn the State
ment On -holdovers, as there will
probably be a Senator to be chosen by
special election from the ISth district.
Among; the 14 holdovers the following;
eight Senators axe Statement On ad
herents: Albert Abraham, of Roseburg: II. R.
Albee. Dan Kellaher.'C. W. Nottingham
and Bea Selling, of Portland; N. J.
Elnnott. of The Dalles: Turner Oliver,
ef La Orande. and W. N. Barret, of
Of the (0 candidates nominated for
the House, the attitude of each Is well
defined on the assembly with the ex
ception of four. In Linn County no
candidate's nam appeared on the Rep
resentative ticket, but by means of
writing In names th Republicans nom
inated J. W. Miller. S. S. Train and M.
J. Simpson. Mr. Train has Indicated
In statements and Interviews that he
believed In th open assembly principle
when coupled with the direct primary
law. Th attitude of th others Is un
known here. In Union County. W. J.
Church, the nominee, flatly refused to
bring Statement On Into his campaign,
averring that It was not an Issue be
fore th neit Legislature. He was not
recommended by an assembly.
How House Nominees Stand.
Following Is a complete list of can
didates nominated by th Republicans
First District. Marion County A. O.
Steelhanimer. anti-assembly: A. C. Llb
bey. anti-assembly Geo. W. Johnson,
ar.ti-assembiy: Lloyd T. Reynolds, as
sembly: Carle Abrama. assembly.
Second District. Linn County J. TV
Miller, unknown; S. &. Train, doubtful;
M. J. Simpson, unknown.
Third District. Lane County Allen
Eaton, assembly: L B. Cuslunan. as
sembly: Warren M. Sutton, assembly.
Fourth District. Douglas County
George Neuner. Jr.. assembly; Bea
Huntington. Jr.. asasmbly.
Firm District. Coos County Ed
Sixth District. Coos and Currv Coun
ties a. P. Pierce, antl-assi'mbly.
Seventh District Josephine County
J. t Smith, assembly.
Eighth District. Jackson County M.
F. Kggleston. anti-assembly; J. A. Ves
Ninth District. Ixu(Ui and Jackson
Counties J. A. Buchanan, assembly.
Tenth District. Kenton County P. O.
Kleven;h District. Polk County Ira
Twelfth District. Lincoln and Polk
Counties Fred Chambers, assembly.
Thirteenth District. Yamhill County
Roy Graves, assembly; Carl S. Trul
Fourteenth District, TUlsmook and
Tamhlll Counties A. G. Beats. as
sembly. Fifteenth District. Washington Coun
ty W. H. Mollis, assembly: C F. Tig
ard. assembly; John A. Chapman, as
aembly. Sixteenth District. Clackamas Coun
ty M. A. Magone. anti-assembly: C P.
Carter, anti-assembly, and Linn E.
Seventeenth District. Clackamas and
Multnomah Counties W. il. Chatten,
an tl -assembly.
Eighteenth District. Multnomah
County James D. Abbott. C A. B lite
low. James M. Ambrose. J. C Bryant
-V J Clemens. James Cole, A. G. Rush
light. W. I. Cottell. Stephen Collins.
Ralph C- Clyde. Seneca Fouts. Edwin G.
Nineteenth District. Clatsop County
C. A. Lelnnenwebber. assembly; L. O.
Twentieth District. Columbia Coun-
j. K. Miller, anti-assembly.
Twenty-flist District. Grant. Crook.
Jdjuaatn and La Counties W. Lair
Thompson, assembly; H. P. Belknap,
Twenty-second District. Morrow and
Umatilla CounUes T. J. Maboney. as
sembly. Twenty-third District. Umatilla
County L. 1 Mann, assembly; S. D.
Twenty-fourth District Union lend
Wallowa Counties John P. Rusk, antl
aseembly. Twenty-fifth District. Baker County
Henrv M. McKlnney. assembly.
Tenty-ixth District. Union County
William J. Church, doubtful.
Twenty-seventh District, Harney and
Malheur Counties V. II. Brooks, as
sembly. Twenty-eighth District. Gilliam.
Pherman snd Wheeler Counties W. J.
Mariner, assembly; C. A- Buckley, as
sembly. Twenty-ninth District. Hood River
and Wssco Counties John Leland
Henderson, anti-assembly; F. M. GUI,
Thirty sntl-sssembly candidates. In
cluding two from Linn.
Twenty-nine assembly candidates.
Less Than Half Assembly Men.
It will be seen from the foregoing
lists of candidates that less than half
were recommended by assemblies. Mr.
Bowerman has declared that If electe".
Governor be will veto any bill attempt
ing to repeal Statement No. 1 or amend
or change the primary law. With a
majority of anti-assembly members In
both houses. the possibility of any
change being made In the primary law
mould be removed still further by the
election of Mr. Bowerman, and In any
event the assertion that part of the
Republican ticket must be defeated in
HOOD -RIVER CITY
Secret Agreement for Sale of
Water Works Bonds
Alleged to Exist.
OFFICIALS ARE ENJOINED
Temporary Order Stopping Rale of
Iionds Secured in United States
Court Attempt to Conceal
Debts of City Alleged.
Mayor McDonald and Recorder Laiigille.
of Hood River, were yesterday accused
In the United States Court of be'ng par-
'college entrance requirements." It is J
in this servitude of the high school
course of study to the entrance require- ;
meats of the university that th high j
school has trained for college and not .
I do not necessarily hold that the col- j
lege entrance requirements are not pru- j
dently selected In the best interest of .
the university snd or the ft per cent
high school students who enter college,
but what of the 95 per cent, who are
also held to the iron-clad course of study,
based on these requirements? .
Much criticism has been recently di
rected against the high school because
of its failure to accomplish- what the
public expect of it. and much of It has
been well founded. The substance of
this criticism is that the high school
does not fit Its graduatea for the cares
and duties of life, to become bread-winners,
and therefore good citizens. The
past theory that In cultivating the mind
by wrestling with Greek and Latin syn
tax or the equations and processes of
higher mathematics, and that the youth
Is so best trained for good citizenship,
does not satisfy the practical today.
Take the boy showing business capacity.
Just entering high school. What will It
matter to him In run of years, the num
ber of parts Into which "all Gaul ta di
vided" or what "Ariovistus responded to
Caesar?" Why should the girl with no
taste or Inclination for science, b com
pelled to master the principle of Archi
medee if she be denied the freedom of
the city given the old philosopher when
he rushed out shouting "Eureka?"
The time Is at hand for the high school
to free itself and its course of study
TAMOUS CHAMPION JUMPER WILL BE SHOWN AT COMING PORTLAND HORSE SHOW.
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KOXCATCHER, OW.NED'BV REXTOX STOCK FARM.
order to save the primary law is not
born out by th facts.
STATE TICKET TOTE COUNTED
Totals in Multnomah County for
Th official count of th Multno.
man County vote for state offices on
th Republican ticket Is now complete.
Th count of th Democratic ballot in
this county has not been completed. Th
last of th official figures, giving the
number of vtes cast for Republican
For Representative In Congress. Second
Ellis. W. R
1-aff.rty. A- W
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Sn.ptierd. 0orge S.
Abraham. Albert . iV
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ltovfrmsn. Jay ....,-
Dlmlck. Grant B
For Secretary of State
Benson. F- W
For State Treasurer
Hot, Ralph W T.lsl
KVir,Jhu.TiJS St' the "supreme" Court' "four
year Urmi .
B-an. .Henry J
MeUride. Tnomas A iT,-i
McCamanl. Wallace "!!""" l!!3
61 FoJ' Justice" of tni" Buprame' Court.' tslx
year Imn) iac,9
Kurnett. Oeorje li iiom
Moore. Frank A
For Attorney-General o70
Crawlord. A. M s;8oa
U"or Supertn't;nd.'n"t" "of Poblle I"""1"0!?
Alderman. X. K.
For state prlntei al
CTarke. Wm. J - - """llftlS
in'ritor of Fwrtorles and workshops
a :::::::::::: l.
r" con.m'lion;r'o'f''th Railroad Com
mission of oreson 19.973
Miliar. Frank J
For State Enslneee ls
rfitSS. "uVVin'ta't 'f 'w""'r '.
vl.lon No. 1 jo WY1
OhmnocS. James T VJia
a.ttln. Fred K-
IWtb Jadlcl-l District,
roe Jnaee of Circuit Court. Department
No. 1. alultnotuah County a.44
Urubor. sanBl H sill
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No 5, Mu:iDomtb County
CUlavnd. John B &00
UyTiV7otirZii'ZC " Deparunea.
No. a, Mullaoaaah County a414
Xracti. J. V.... t iHJ
Gateua, W. S "11,".""
rewteeatk Seaatoctal U4rtr4rt.
For Stat. Sntor. Clackamas. Columbia
and Mulinomah counties 1 . . S (Ml
Irkt. Emm-t 1 n 7 3
Malartteir. W J
Here.teV.th spreae.ltlTe Df rlcl
For R.or ntatlve. Clackamas and Mult
nomah couml.a ,
Chstt.n. V. s.;a
Lataurettc John R
STORES OPEN TODAY.
Both the Brownsville Woolen MM
stores st Third and Morrison and Third
and Stark streets are open today. Big
woolen goods sale starts today in both
OLSEM-S AHLER John Theodore Olsea.
S3, city: Annie Sahler. 2T. city.
tOWt HESUEBSOS-Harry R. JLow. S7.
Falls, fltv; Marl. Henderson. 20, cUy.
ANPEKSON LAHSOX - Iv Andsrson.
3&. cltr; Ida Utf. IS. City.
BAGLET-'-UHs-A. H. Bsgley. 80. city;
Fay 1. v'lark, il. city.
(!mSIB-KnBI.soX Uaroy Crumb. .
..... tpr.a May Robinson, 43. city. t
KB&TT-S. vB. K-Uy. S4.
.mInOOFOL-TAIS Ionard Blngold.
city; Mariuerlte Foutaui. 22. city.
Wedding and vlsitlnr erd JY'J?-!'
a Co v ainins"
Co.. S.Sia Washlnston at.
O,! vay of measuring trade activity is
bv comparing the number of people seek
ing rell.f at almshouses. At I-ondon. tbe
returns .how that a decrease of per cent
ass bees regiatered la relict axteadd.
ties to a secret agreement for the sale
of the waterworks bonds, amounting to
190,000. Issued In August by the City of
Hood River. It Is alleged by Burt Von
Horn, of New York, who owns property
In Hood River, that the city officers
have not only connived at a secret agree
ment by which Keeler Bros., of Denver,
are to receive a rebate of $1000 on the
bond sale, but that the sale Is being
hastened through an effort to cover an
excess Indebtedness contracted by the
Injunction Is Secured.
Mr. Van Horn appeared in court
through Snow A McCamant. attorneys,
and secured a temporary Injunction estop
ping the sole of the bonds. The case will
be set for hearing at the next rule day of
The secret agreement between the
Mayor and Recorder of the apple town
and the Denver bond men is Bald to be
In writing, although not recorded.
In the complaint filed yesterday
E. O. Blanchar, City Treasurer, F.
C Brocius, George I. Slocum,
Charles Hall and J. M. Wright, mem
bers of the City Council, are also
made defendants, and are charged with
attempting to expedite the sale of the
bonds. None of the Councllmen or the
Treasurer are accused of having guilty
knowledge of the secret agreement con
Among the sensational charges made
In the complaint. It is said that the char
ter of the City of Hood River restricts
the city Indebtedness to $50,000, but that
notwithstanding. Mayor McDonald and
th Council have recklessly contracted
mora Moan 112.000 In bills, unpaid, and
that th members of the city government
are trying to cover up that condition by
securing the sale of the bonds. It Is said
that a portion of the money to be de
rived from the bond sale Is to be charged
to expenses, but In reality to be used In
retiring the excess Indebtedness.
In August of this year plans were made
to put In a new water system for Hood
Kiver. and it Is said competent engineers
estimated th cost of the Improvement at
(140.000. Soon thereafter the Mayor and
Council proposed the sal of bonds for
waterworks construction on a ISO.OOO basis.
Intexest Rate Alleged High.
sir. Van Horn avers that it Is proposed
to sell the bonds without first advertising
them, as contemplated by the charter of
th city, without creating a atnklng fund
for their redemption, and at a rate of In
terest largely In excess of the market
1 demands of such securities. The bond
Issue 1 mad at per cent Interest per
annum, whereas Mr. Van Horn asserts
that th lssu can be placed at fi per cent
While th Mayor and members of th
Council are represented to be willing to
take par for the bonds, Mr. Van Horn
declares to the court that they are worth
a premium, and that the Keeler Bros,
have now arranged to sell them at a
profit of ITiSOft. It la also set out that
th bonds could be readily placed at par
value. If bearing a per cent rat of
In advising the court of the situation
Mr. Van Horn states that th assessed
valuation of Hood River Is tLSSO.StA and
that In order to retire the bonds at their
maturity It would require the payment of
13600 per annum Into the sinking fund.
Th complainant asserts the property
owners of the city are unable to pay the
additional assessment. The expense of
th operation of the city Is not given.
HIGH SCHOOLS' NEW ERA
rrmer Should Not Be So Dominated
by University, Is Urged.'
GRANTS PASS. Or., Oct. 2. To the
Editor.) Of the vast army of youth that
entered high school four years ago, not
mor than 6 per cent will be found en
tering the higher Institutions of learning
The university specifies certain re
quirements of those who seek admission
st Its doors: the high school, in order
that Its graduates may enter the uni
versity as "accredited." is forced to shape
its course f study to meet the ao-called
from the domination of the university.
It must more properly care for the 96
per cent who do not enter college. Much
is being done In this direction by the in
troduction of manual training, domestic
science and commercial courses.
The high schools of Southern Oregon
are taking a still further step In the
right direction. Horticulture is the chief
pursuit In the' Rogue River Valley and
the high schools of this section are mak
ing provision for practical courses In
this practical science. Medrorci plans tne
erection, at some near date, of a new
high school on a site sufficiently large
to carry on this work successfully. Ash
land has just bought an eight-acre tract
on which to locate Its new high school.
Grants Pass set the pace last Spring.
when lis citizens voted the -purchase of
an eight and one-half-acre tract on
which a modern high school building Is
now in process of erection. A thorough
and practical course In horticulture Is
planned, as well as domestic science and
The emancipation of the high school
from its slavery to college entrance re
quirements seems to be at hand.
R. R. TURNER,
Superintendent City Schools, Grants Pass,
COTTON RISES WITH JUMP
Crop Report and Settlement of Lan
cashire Dlspnte Are Causes.
NEW TORK, Oct. 3. There was a sharp
advance In the cotton market today at
ter tbe publication of the last Govern
ment condition report for the season.
The active months showed gains of
from 30 to 87 points as compared with
Saturday's closing figures within ten
minutes after the report was Issued. The
market had opened Arm at an advance of
8 to 12 points on reports 'hat the Lan
cashire labor troubles had been settled,
and, while there was heavy realizing on
this advance, the market reflected the
confidence of bull leaders by holding with
in g 6 or points of the early high figures
until the Government report came out,
when all months made new high records
for th season.
Palestine is to be supplied with plenty
of cheap electricity from the River Jordan.
Tbe water will also be used for irrigation
Coffee Klealiy Had t Go,
The way some persons cling to coffee
even after they know it is doing them
harm Is a puzzler. But it is an easy
matter to give It up for good when
postum properly made is used Instead.
A girl writes: "Mother had been suf
fering with nervous headaches for
seven weary years, but kept drinking
"One dsy I asked why she did not
give up coffee as a cousin of mine had
done who had taken to Poetum. But
mother was such a slave to coffee she
thought it would be terrible to give
"Finally, one day she made th
change to Postum, and soon her head
aches disappeared. One morning while
she was drinking Postum so freely and
with such relish I asked for a taste.
"That started me' on Poetum and I
now drink it more freely that I did
coffee, which never comes into our
"A girl friend of mine, one day, saw
me drinking Postum and asked if It
was coffee. I told her It was Postum
and gave her some to take home, but
forgot to tell her how to make It.
"The next day she said she did not
see how I could drink Postum. I found
she had made it like ordinary coffee.
So I told her how to make It right, and
gave her a cupful I made, boiling It
fifteen minutes. She said ohe never
drank any coffee that tasted as good,
and now coffee Is banished from both
Read the little book. "The Road to
Wellvlllc," in pkgs. "There's a reason."
Ever read the above lettert A aew
one appear, from time time. They
are geani.e, true, sat lull of kamaa
Demands that men and boys be supplied
with suitable clothing to face the
storms. We are fully prepared to
meet your requirements
Cravenettes for Men - $15 to $35
$4.85 to $10 for Boys' Cravenettes
CDlTfTAT All our English rain-proof Slip-ons
OlfivlnL have been reduced in price
$20 values now go at $15 $15 values now go at $10
166-170 THIRD ST.
JUDGES IRE BEST
East Interested in Hunt Club
Horse Show Events.
GOOD JUMPERS ENTERED
Foxcatcher Is Best Horse Known to
Compete in Jumping Event, but
iiany Others of Unknown
Merit Will Enter.
D. O.. Lively returned yesterday from
a trip East, on which he took up the
matter of judges for the Portland Horse
cik,w v,i ava,w man who la Inter
ested in horse shows expressed a desire
to come to jortiana. out uumwci
them had previous engagements. It Is
. , r nf th. 1 1 1 in r flu h that
111. p, W Ul IV, bUM" " - ' '
W. T. Koch and Colonel Jason Waters
had open time which they could devote
to Portland, and they will leave thla
week to officiate.
Colonel Waters will judge the har
ness class and Herr Koch will Judge
the saddle classes. Each of these men
has officiated at some of the big shows
of the country and exhibitors at the
Hunt Club show In the Oriental build
ing will have the benefit of their ex
perience in all parts of the world.
They will be the guests at several
dinners which will be given in their
honor by various members of the Hunt
Mr. Lively reports a great amount
of interest throughout the entire
country In the Portland Hunt Club
show. It comes at a time when most of
the shows are on In the Middle States
and East, and If the time of the show
can be changed a big attendance of
horse lovers can be looked for from
One of the most exciting' attractions
at the annual horse shows of the past
has been the performance of the jump
ers, and this year the Portland show Is
to be favored by a number of high
class horses at this specialty. The most
notable of these performers, however,
is Foxcatcher. owned by the Renton
stock farm near Seattle, for this hand
some animal has taken the prizes of
most of the Northwestern shows in
the past, and is expected to do oo again.
Lake Superior 1 890 miles long, the lons
e.t of the Great Lak.s.
AWAY WITH PIMPLES
Poslam Hakes Quirk Work of Eruptions
and All Surface Skin Troubles.
By taking a small part of the skin
affected with pimples, rash, blotches,
etc, or which Is undujy inflamed. Itch
ing or chafing, and applying thereto
only a small quantity of poslam, an im
mediate demonstration may be had of
the remarkable properties of this new
healing agent, and enough poslam for
the purpose will be mailed free or
charge, upon request, by the Emer
gency Laboratories. 82 West Twenty
fifth street. New York City. Spots so
treated are cleared and healed in 2
hours. , . , '
Poslam puts a stop to Itching as
soofl as applied, and its readiness in
healing these small surfaces is but an
Indication of its rapid action In the
cu-e of all eczemas, acne, herpes, tetter.
Fiiles, barbers' and all other forms of
tch, scaly scalp; in short, every sur
face skin affection.
Poslam is sold in two sizes (trial. 60
cents; regular jars. 2) by all druggists,
particulars the Owl Drug Co.
Of YOUR K.ONEY BACK
DR. R. SCHIFFMAMH'S
is Sold by All Druggists
on a Positive Guarantee
to give instant relief In every case ol
Asthma, no matter how violent the at
tacks or obstinate tne case, or
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED by the
Druggist of whom yon bought the pack
age, without any question. (5)
R. Schiffmarm Co.. Prepr-Mnn;. SI Paul, Minn-
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Here Are Facta We Want You
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When Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will do
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We want you to get a bottle of
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and use It as
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We lend our indorsement to Rexall
"93" Hair Tonic and sell it on this
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7th and Washington Sts.
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process fermentation and that both contain; alcohol,
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ties, combining the tonic effect of the 'choicest hops,
the digestive elements of the best barley malt, and the
appetizing flavor imparted by perfect .brewing -water.
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this get it.
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the foot to develop naturally. The
F00T-SCHULZE SHOE ,
FOR SCHOOL - '
is the shoe you should have your children wear
the perfect fitting distributes the-strain equally,
thus making even wear.
Our booklet "Shoes for Every Oc camion," tells how to
practice) real economy in footwear. Better have it.
Your name on a postal brings it.
FOOT, SCHULZE & CO.
239 t. 3rd Street, ST. PAUL, MINN.