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SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1902.
SECOND SECTION EIGHT PAGES.
The Chinese Exclusion BUI if ra
cif ic Coast Delegation '
MtT WUM DEFEAT IN TEE SENATE
THE PRESENT LAW TO BE EX-
TENDED TO THE TERRITORI
AL POSSESSIONS, i
When Piatt's Measure Which tMspIaced
the Mltchell-Kahn Bill, Carte Up for
the Vote Only Hoar Opposed lti the
Senate Passing-It,. Seventy-Six ' to
. One -Cuban Reciprocity. -
WASHINGTON, April .16.- The draa-
framed by the Senators and Represent
atives from the Pacific coast states, met
df-fu.it in the Seriate today, and infts
place was substituted the measure of
fered by Piatt Conn.) extending the
provisions of the present exclusion law,
and also applying; that exclusion to nil
insular1 territory under the Jurisdiction
of 4 he United Stated . f,
The vote- by which the 'substitute,
took the place of the. original was,
"'yeas, 48, to nays, 33.; Once the substi
tution had been made, all the Senators
Joined in Its support with the single ex
ception of Hoar, the substitute being
.parsed, 7C to 1. The friends of the
subrfiltute showed rj their strength
throughout, the voting on the amend
ments that receded the final action, and
mi filed Irt preventing any material
( li;iiif-'e In Its features. Some 'minor
('(.ii(iiiiiii wsr made, ndmittlnjr CW -nene
persons connected with national
xpositioiis and providing for e'ertifi-
of identification of Chlnefle in our
insul.ir osSession. - Otherwise, how-,
ever, the substitute was adopted sub
Ht.inirrHy in the form that Piatt pre-
f Illeil It. V
The-Sermte '-tiled; to substitute the
rnaiting lauae .of-Jhe HouRe bill for
the S-natL:irieafiurfc" so that the bill
now v.iiM go to the! House an original
meiHiitf, :md from a parliamentary
nf'iiHlrioirrt. will have o. be acted on and
tnTiitel'ih. mme- as though the House
hsi l not ftaantnl th Chinese exclusion
lull rtlrcidy. The detailed vote on the
I'lat't. ftubHtltute follows:
Yeittt. Allison, JJt-veridge, Blackburn.
Huitiham. Burrows, Burton. Clapp.
'kirk (Wyo.), OockreU. Cullom, DebSe,
IHftrtfh. frtUlngham. JDol liver. Elk Ins,
-1'i.iakeri Kryp. Ga 11 inger, Gamble, Glb
!vm. ilahf, Hantwi,. Ilatwbroua-h. Haw
ley, Hnrf, Konn, Kearnn Klttridge.
MlVma.,M (Cumber, McLaurln (S.
Vi. MeMillan. Millard, Morgan, Nelson,
lvttut. Ilntt (Conn.), Piatt N. Y.),
1'iiti hunl Proctor, Quarles. Quay,
So.tt, SjxMner, Stewart, Warren, Wl-
JiiiKton,' VWtmor 4.
Xys Haeon. " liail-y. Hard. Hate,
linrr)-, Oarmai k. Clark (Mont.), Clay,.
' iiller.44iii FaicUanks. Poster (La.).
Khhi. ,- i Wjish . iiirrix, Heltfield. Jones
'I Ark.). J(i)i-M tN.v), Lodge, Mclxiurin
IMM,), i.Mjllory. Martin. Mitchell,
Motie. l'ltterwMi. '-et)roVw, Perkins,
Stiiitnons-i , Si num. .Taliaferro, Teller,
Ttllrti(in, Turner. Vest 33.
.Cuban Reciprocity. -
W.irhingtori, April. if, The friends of
the 'tiii-Hi reHpriHity biU won tt suo
Kl.inti.il vh tory In the House today, by
iiryinjf a motion to close the 'general
l. lite VrH;iy at .1 o'clock- The vote
wa ir.3 i.i 123. Tltlrty-thref ReputM-
ins vot.-d ;if dnst the motion, but this
'lefertion was -offset : byj - thirty-two
I VtiMx ra tjt, who voted with the great
lHiy of Jtepubtlcans for it. The
nirenrth of Kepubllcan opposition to
ihe hjn. judging bythis vote, has' de
treajwd st since 4he vote was taken
n the motion to go into a committee
f the whole to consider ihe bill, when
the vote stood 17 to 80.jCushman And
Jones (Washington) voted against' the
FAVOR THE SAVINGS.
1 , - -
Prsferrsd -Creditors ef ths Wrecked
Detroit Savings Bank.
DETROIT. Mich April H.Tbe
Wayne county Circuit Court today
handed down a declsitn, holding that
the savings depositors
of the wrecked
City Savings Hank must be preferred
over the commercial deposits, Irv the
distribution of money
from the sale of the bank's real estate
Investments: If the decesiort is upheld
by the Supreme CourVit will-. result In
the savings depositors getting probably
TO to 80 per cent of -ihelr claims.
Will Place the New BritUh Loan-r
Half Is Taken
" NEW "TORK. April . -It wnm an
nounced today. In Wall Street; that J
P. Morgan & Company, and , tUring,
-Mogruh A tTomnanr. of New York:
lNxtrel &. Com nan r. of Philadelphia
and Kidder, Peabody A Company, of
Boston, have been authorized to for
ward apnllealons or allotments to4he
issu4 of 32.000.000 British con si ta, of
whleh- I6.000.00 have already been
placed. The" price of the issue was
flxed by the British Treasury at 93 M
1 TITUS IN TRAlNINO.; - -.
NEW YORK. April 1.C. S. Titus,
the. American oarsman who will row
at Henley for the diamond cu!!s, and
who is now training on the Ilarlera
river, has , rowed a trial mile ag-Iiftftt
the watch. Those who had the watch
said they were amaxed at Tltua speed,
but refused to give out the figures. It
was the fiwnvtime since he began to
train, on March 1st, that Titus had ex
tended himself for any distance over
half, a ; mile. , ', Every -movement ? he
made, as well as (he time, was extreme
JEROME INVESTIGATING. -y
NEWiYORK, April It. District At
torney Jerome has begun & secret In
quiry into the death of James McAul
iffe, who died after having- spent
night in a police station cell, and who,
it has, been asserted in some quarters,
way killed because of bis having been
a witness against Wardman Glennon.
This inciuirv is known ; as "The John
. TDoe i Proceedinrs." Half i a. doxen
witnesses were examined, and at ins
close the District Attorney announced
that he had not obtained any evidence
that would Justify the issuance of a
warrant. The. Inquiry was continued
today. - ' i Z: i , , ,
NEW YORK, April 16. Jacob Shae
fer, the world's billiard champion, has
arrived from Paris, where he has been
giving exhibitions at the Grand Acade
my. Upon his arrival here Shaefer im
mediately posted a forfeit of $250 to
bind his match, with Maurice Vigneaux
scheduled ta begin hereMay 2d. : The
play will be for the world's champion
ship, 500 points, at 18-inch balk line,
one shot in balk, and a side bet of (500
for each, man.- - l
".. THE STRIKE ENDS. 3 ,
1 RED LODGER Mont, April II. The
stlke at the Rocky Fork Coal Mining
Company's mines was declared off today.-
About 500 men are involved.'
Tne Cuban Reciprocity Bill Goes to
r a Vote Today -
, ."."' I.' : :
LEADERS ARC COIN UNO NOSES
AND PREPARING FOR THE FINAL
STRUGGLE OPPONENTS ARE
Cushman of Washington, 'Makes a Bit
ter -Attack on the Speaker Demo
crats in Caucus Lay Down a Line of
' Proceedure to Regulate Their Work
at Today's Fight on the Measure.
WASHINGTON, April 17 The gen
eral debate on the Cuban reciprocity
bill will close tomorrow at k o'clock,
and it Is the intention of t'he House
leaders. If possible, to force a flnaJ
Vote on the passage, of the bill before
adjournment tomorrow night. Ail day
long the leaders were counting noses
and preparing for, the final struggle
tomorrow. The Democrats' are badly
split' on-the bill. The opponents of the
bill occupied most of the time of tb
debate today", a feature being a vigor
ous ieeh ly Cushman lUp. of
Washington), against the measure.
Cutffrmaa . arraigned th Committee on
Hules and the House leaders In a
breezy and at times sensational. fab-
lon. A pfrtkn of hi criticism was in
a semi-humorous vein, but some of it
was decidedly caustic. DeArmohd, one
of the leading Democrat of the House,
delivered a forcible speech In favor of
tariff reduction, on trust artkies. ,
Washington. April 17-Democrats of
the House, at caucus tonight, adopr
ted the following naolutlon:
Ttoiolved. that we favor the re
moval of the differential on refined su
sar. both from Cuba and elsewhere,
and beliyve that such amendment are
prdperltfPin order, and 'e insui nai
it la the duty of all Democrats to vote.
whenever the opportunity is given, to
have these amendments afloea to ine
nniina- bill 'urovldlng for Cuban reci
procity. We ara opposed to the adop
tion of the previous question when the
bill is reported to the House, unless it
hall have been, properly amended in
the committee of the whole, a all
present an opportunity for a Just and
proper amendment with the recorded
votes on the same. .
The caucus- was rather turbulent
during the evening, but toward , the
close the differences disappeared and It
broke up amid evidences, of harmony
and good feeling. Th action taken to
night binds tha PamocraU to vote to
abolish the differential on rennea su
gar. and against the previous ques
tion. :, :"A '..if ' '"
victim of epilipay in a moat aggravated
The Isthmian Canal.
1 Washington. April 17.-For more than
four hours today ? Morgan auidressed
the Senate on. the Nicaraguan Canal
He devoted the greater part of hii
sneech to a consideration of the.deslr-
aMltty and practicability of the two
routes. NlcHragua and Panama. He
strenuously favored the former, main
tainlng that It had many advantages
over the Panama route. - ' ! ;
A narllamentary change In the sltti
at Ion of the Chinese exclusion bill was
made Just before adJournmenL The
measure passed by the Senate yester-
dav was substituted for the tiouse put,
This was tfone to expedite "the bill In
the House. ., .
Britoa and Boer Care Not Reached
ON TERMS Of THE PEACE TREATY
r- ::;:. . ' . '. :'.
LORD MILNER'S RECOMMENDA
TIONS ARE NOT APPROVED
BY THE CABINET;
But an Agreement May Be Reached at
Any Time Boers Demand an Early
Adjustment of Their Governmental
Affairs, and They Want Many Seats
In the Council.
LONDON, Aril 1. The Associated
Press has excellent authority for saying
that, up to a hue hour tonight, there
have been ho definite developments in
the peace negotiations. It is learned
that Lord Mllner, the British .High
Commissioner in South Africa, has de
fined certain . ropositipns on , which1"
peace may be almost Immediately' ae
cured, but the Cabinet at its meeting to
day Is said to have disagreed, upon the
merits of Lord Mllner a terms.
"Sparring for time," best describes
the present status of the negotiations,
neither side being willing to risk a de
cision which would break off the pres
ent conference. An agreement may
be reached at any moment.
It hv understood that the Boers very
strongly oppose the long delay propos
ed by Great Britain before a represent-,
ative form of government be given the
former republics, and that they also
Insist on a number of Boer seats in the
council which is being speclfled.
j Bryan to Investigate.
St. JoseDh. Mo April 16. W. J.
Bryan and a party -of pro-Boer sym
pathizers will tomorrow inspect the al
leged British remount station at Lath-
rop, Mo. Bryan will yf&Lt the camp at
the H itation of friends In Congress,
who will follow his advice in the mat
ter of urging Congressional action.
British Army Post.' , ."vi
New Orleans-, Jm., April 16. General
Peuroon, the- South African burgher,
returned from Washington today In re
sponse to a" telegraphic request irom
Colonel Crowder. who is conducting the
Government investigation into the al
leged British-army post at Chalmette.
Air recent 'evidence has been largely in
support of the charges made by Gov
ernor Heard, und some of It, It is said,
has gone far beyond any allegations
submitted to Secretary Iliy by the
-Washington. April 17. The President
today sent the following nominations
to the Knate:
James' 8. Clarkson. Surveyor of Cus
toms, District of New York.
Army Colonels to be Brlgadler
aeiierals, Simon Snyder, 19th Infantry;
VVIlUiwn Auman. 2th-4nfantry.
Ueutenant Colonel to be Brigadier-
General, Charles Bird. Deputy Quarter
Assistant Adjutant General "with a
rank of. Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel
Wm. H. Carter.
Infantry-rrLleufena'nt;' Colonels to be
Colonels. David J. Craigie. Eighth; AI-
pheus II. iieaman,' rTrtn; siorns v..
' A Pension Veto.
, Washington, April 17. President
Roosevelt today sent to the House his
veto of the bill pensioning Tbos. Wal
ter, lieutenant in a Pennsylvania vol
unteer regiment during the Civil War.
The veto message states that the re
cords' of the War Department show
that this soldier was cashiered 'for dis
obedience of orders as to going on
picket duty, and that this disobedience
LOADED TO THE GUARDS.
Heavy Train of Homaseakars Ovar
the Great Northern.
BUTTE, Mont, April 1. Major I.
E. Dawson, of the Great Northern, was
advised today by General Passenger
Agent. F. L Whitney, that yesterday
train No. 1 left St. Paul in two sec
tions with 600 passengers for Montana
and Western points. Today -No. J left
with 700 .passengers for the North
west. '. . ....'' ..- ''
8TRIKE IN BELGIUM.
Nearly Three Hwndre.1 Thousand Man
(....Are Involved -Short of Funda. .
BRCSSELS. April H. It Is est I mat
ed tonight that nearly 300,000 men have
gone" on i. strike. The movement Is
weil organised, but as men are ehort of
funds t has hern arranged that in au
trades in which a cessation of opera
tions would Incbmrrrfde the public
u?h as j bakers, etc the men shall
continue working and ' contribute to
the support of the others. ' !;
; MRS. FOSTER'S MISSIO!,
- y EW TORK, April 1. Mrs, J. E1
len Foster, of Washington. D. C. has
arrived here on her way to the fifth in
ternatlonal congress of Red Cross So
cieties.: to be be4d in St. Petersburg,
Russia, In May. Mrs. Foster has been
appointed by the Government to repre
sent the American National Red Cross,
the credenlals being worded "on the
part. of the United States." She I the
first woman to receive auch an appoint
ment, excepting the president of the
society, who always attenda the con
"J' ':;-:'r ;- ' J ,
MALVAR HAS .
The lassreeat Chief Gives lp the
Straocle la Lnzoa
BAT AN CAS AND LACUNA TACIf KEO
GENERAL BELL RECEIVED THE
SURRENDER OF THE REBEtJ
GENERAL AND HIS MEN.
Filipinos In the Detention Camps Will
Be' Permitted to Return Home In
Time to'Plant Their 'Crops, and Ma
nila! People Are rellghted With the
' Early Resumption of Trade.
MANILA. April 16. General Malvar
has "unconditionally 'surrendered to
Brigadier-General Bell, at LI pa, Ba
tangas Province, with ' the entire in
surgent force of the provinces of La
guna and Batangas. - General .Bell
aaya his (Bell's) Influence, Is sufficient
to quell the insurrectionary movement
in Tayabas and Oavlte Provinces, and
capture all those in the field who have
not yet surrendered, but Malvar has
ordered a complete surrender of every
insurgent to the' nearest American
General Wheaton, reporting to divis
ion headquarters says that all resis
tance In his Department has ended,
and that the surrenders just an
nounced mean that the ports, will be
open and that the Filipinos in the de
tention camps will-he allowed to re
turn to their homes In time lo-plant
their crops. General Wheatoh is es
pecially pleased, with General Bell's
tare of the natives' confined in the
General Wheaton give; General Bell
great credit tor his indefatlgabtlity In
Conducting the camraigns He was in
the field on horseback, day and night,
personally superintending the most ar
duous operations. The people of Ma
nila are delighted at the prospect of
the resumption of trade with thePa
ciflc provinces. . . 1 .",
About 33flo rifles have been reoelve!
by the. American officers In I Batangas
and Laguna provinces during the past
four months. (lfneral Malvar person
ally requested an interview with Gen
eral Bell, in order to make his com
plete submission. . '
It is believed that the American
commander received yesterday the
surrender of all the Insurgents in Sa
mar, unless the planned proceedings
were altered. '
Tha Friars Land.
Washington,! April 16. Archbishop
Ireland, of St. Paul, had a inference
with Sinrretary Root today, following
the talk he had with the PresMent re
specting the I'hllfpplne friars' land
question. It was the Idea of Arch
bishop Ireland and Bishop O'Gorman
to 'have this complex question settled
directly at Home, instead of through
the Archbishop of. Manila. The Gov
ernment here; has come to accept the
Ireland and O'Gorman view as the
most business-like -.. proposition, and
that, is why Governor Taft will stop at
Home on his way back, to Manila. ,
Her Son's Life Saved h. Chamber.
Iain's Colie, Cholera and
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Dlar
rhoa Remedy when, my son was suffer
ing with severe cram: and, was jrlven
up at beyond hope by my regular phy
sician, who stand high i& his profes
sion. After administering .three doses
of it.' my son regained eonecloosness
and recovered entirely within twenty
four hours," aays Mrs. Mary Haller, of
Mt. Crawford. Va. This Remedy If
for sale by Stone'a Drug Stores. ;
' ' . . .
HEALTH OF THE POPE. '
NEW TORK. April 16 Bourke Cock
ran, of New Tork, who has Just been
received in audience by the Pope, says
be found the Pontiff amazingly strong
er than at his last' audience, five years
ago. cables the Rome correspondent of
the Tribune. The Pope showed
wonderful memory; recollecting all the
circumstance about his visitor and New
York, affairs. atealdrur with a firm
voice. From other sources It is learned
that the Pope expressed satisfaction
over the new bonds of union between
America and the Holy See from the
mission of Governor Taft and the set
tlement o? the Philippine question.
Cuihmin'i Hot Air.1
Waahlngton. April 17. Congressman
Cushman (Wash.) made a breeay
speech againat the Cuban reciprocity
bill today. He declared that a ma
jority of the RepubUcana of the House
today were opposed Although ma
jority were today t convincexl that it
would be better for them to te in. fav
or 'of it. He intimated that the speak
er" position was responsible for . the
change of attitude of many of the
members, and followed this statement
with a very utapokn and almost sen
sational criticism of the power exer
cised by; the Speaker. .He declared that
h waa prepared to make the state
ment that no bill. private or public,
could be considered without the Speak
tr'm approvaL v -
t "It thera la ny one here who de
aires to deny that statement, said he
pausing. "I am here to bear valuable
testimony for bis benefit. Why Is It
She Speaker sets up hi Immaculate
udgement against that of member T
he asked, and then proceeded to. de
scribe, amid the applause of tjhe. Dem
ocrats and many Republicans, how
bill, after Its introduction, wis finally
worked through , the committee to . the
"It is -called the calendar.'
"although, it - should be
cemetery, because it Is strewn
whitened bones of legislative
, On the calendar the , bill.
until the Speaker was ready
it considered. He disclaimed
Speaker had the
tention of reflecting upon thJ
personally - or publicly., as be
highest regard for hinv. It
ault of the" members
said, that they ; were power I
the nacbine that controlled the
"We adopted a set of rules.
"which are an absolute disgrac
t to this
House. They are un-Amerlcaii,
publican. ua-Democratlc. Dero
applause.) , They are rotted
ends, They rob the individual
ber x of his right and place
some members duties which
no chance to fullfllL"
plause and laughter.)
He announced that he
devote , his attention to putt!
spokes in. the wheel of ihe
which!, its designers had not
and promised later to deliver
on "the rule, "so not that
have to be printed on asbestos
to keep it from burning.'
Then, turning to the
bill, he paid his respects to M
Mr. Dalzetl and Mr. Grosyenofr,
ling each- in turn- by contraktlng
reerprocity of Harrison witW
Dalsoll. nat of McKlnley wltb
Grotvenor, and that of .Blaine
STRIKE I PJ
Monster Socialist Meeting
. Brussels Yesterday
THE GATHERING WAS
FINAL APPEAL MADE TK) KING
LEOPOLD TO GRANT SOME
The Ruler Is Not Inclined tLlls.iolve
Parliament Queen of llullaiid la
Somewhat Improved Hr Husband
and Mother Are' Constat tly. at the
Royal Patient's Bedside.
BRUSSELS. April 17. -Aft r the ad-
Journment of the Chambef today, a
monster Socialist meeting was iheld Jn
the Mai son du pfuphv Vnderelde
and others made siwfechf. but the
gathering was orderly.
Senator Ia Fontalno tonight male a
flnxil appeal ' to King Leopold to avert
the struggle bysotne conceifKioTis. Ac-
conling to the bent Information, how
ever, the King is not inclined to dl
solve Parliament. Blurting Ik riorteI
to have occurred at Arlon, whre sever
al strikers and a-mermVr-of the Civic
Guard were' wounded.l
' Amsterdam, April 17. All c
deeply grieved at the illness of the
Quwn. The Prince Consort is over
whelnvd with antlety an
Ii h; telly
leaves the Queen's liedsl
Queen's mother Is also in constant at
tendanre uton th royal patient. Dr.
RyesMings. one-f the Quenrs attend
Ing physicians. Is staying pehnanently
at the ptUace. Her MaJstyii temiera
ture yesterday reached thej alarming
height of 104 degrees. buttheRleparture
from the palace lOf Prof. Rosensceln
the Pathologist of Leyden ITnlversity,
who has been summoned in consults
tion, is considered a hopeful sign that
the crisis is past., .
.. HARRIMAN TALK I.
Improvements on the. 8yttfi of Rail
Roada Controlled by His, Cmpany.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 17. E. 1L
Harriman, pixsldfnt of the Southern
Pacific Railroad Company, ir rived In
this city from, Delmonte today. , Mr,
Harriman will remain in
two or three weeks. -
"I am looking over the property of
the road." he said, " and I atn careful
ly considering all plana fori improve
ments of the Southern Pacific and the
Union Pacific ey stems. We
many Improvements under
greatest of whk-h la the shortening of
the Union IacJflc along Its eastern end.
When that work Is eompleled
men a grieat Improvement
The. Prosbytsrian Committse Rsached
a Complete Agreement
WASHINTON, April 17
bytertan crrd revision
Kwwmnlttee completed Its labors today.
mittee agreed upon a report l be made
to the General Assembly wl
meet In New Tork. May
members reserved the right
upon minor matters. In the
be made to.the A-mtly. but the final
report, an authorised statement says.
was unanimous and hearty
forencM refer entirely to & Question of
phraseology' and do not apply to any j
(nncipie or aoctnne.
Democrats Name Tfaelr City and
SEVERAL VACANCIES ARE LEFT
THE FUSION PLANS CARRIED
OCT AND THH SEVERAL
PLACKS LEFT OpEN.
Are to Be Filled by th Simon Repuh.
i licans State SenaUr "R. D. lnmau a
Candidate for Mayor Legislative
Ticket to Be - Named Later br the
Two Parties Jointly. -; ..' 1 I.
PORTLAND. Ore., , April IC The
Deraot-ratlc - City and County) Caucus '
tonight nominated State Senator R. D.
Inman for mayor. Several ilaH-ji on
the county anJ city tU-ket :w-re, Irft
open.' and It Is understood that they
are to be Tilled In w ith members of the
Simon faction of the Republican partju
No nominations for the Legislature
were made, and the committee will
confer wltli the olmon Republican for
the-purpoae of namlng'tU-ket composed
A Railroad Project, I
Seattle .Wash.. A irlt ICMen prom
inent in the buxlne and political af
fairs of ; this city .and State have an
nounced their Intention to construct
a railroad through. Central Alaska. lt
is propofsed' to' build a highway from a,
point on Reiturrc'c.tlon Hay, by the
most fiastble and ahorteat route w?l-.
ble. to Uampart City on the Yukon.
The length of the propose line Is C74
The promoters of the enterprise are
hjohn, H. McGraw, cx-Gove-rnof ,of this
State; iVnlted Stats Senator Geo.
Turner Geo. W. DU kinson. nas. r
IV-k. J. W, . Go4dwln. 1 Jno. K. 1 Ital
ia! r.e, Capj E. ' t:. Catne, Chaa. L,
Drnnf nt C. M. Anderson.
" Thy are- incorporated as the Alaska
Central Hallway, artUira being filed
today al Olymjda. A aurvey w aa made
in 1NS7-H by Anderson, who is desig
nated aa Chief . ngiueer of the road.
PORTLAND. W April 17 The prise
winners of the Portland Kennel Club
bench show, are as follows:
BulVlogs-r'irst J. T: Rous. Aatorla.
Mm. ly. WIU Wall.
floiir piBrk'rtm.t the. l?iitd KlniT'Iom
further nlv:arKl $ririn tHl;y, Th
taelna r9 41 a' KX 4-MSf UHlllhpP Jstltl
Ung pr MU( K
for Men and Women
Our shoes have, gaincl their
popularity from the fact
Uiat Uiey aro jerfect fitting,
; stylblt and easy. They
allow perfect freedom to
every vein, joint and mus
cle. They fit like gloves,
snugly and without pres
sure, j V '
Alt Styles Jor
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