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LIVELY MARRIAGE BUSINESS IS SPRINGING UP
IN HISTORICAL SCOTCH VILLAGE OF GRETNA GREEN
Edinburgh, Dec. 20. Orctnn Green,
tne little Scotch village Just across
the border from Cumberland, is wit
nessing a revival of tho weddings
which made It famous In the romantic
days of yoro. Ono I'ctcr Dixon, a car
1 1 enter, Is playing the. rolo of tho black
smith of tradition, and so well does It
pay him that ho hag abandoned bis
trnde to dovoto hlmsolf oxcliislvcly to
the tying of nuptial knots for couples
I who nro In a hurry to got "spliced."
Dixon was seen In a public bouse,
the center of an admiring throng of
v.llngcrs. Ho Is a good typo of tho
canny Scot, of mlddlo ago, with shrewd
eyes, Iron gray hair and a mouth
rcrcened by n full beard that can well
keep lis owner's own counsel. IIo wns'
'not at all adverse to drinking nt n
stranger s expense, uui not even scotcn
whisky, that most potent encournger
of loquacity, could Induce him to be
communicative about his singular oc
"I don't want anything published In
the papers about my business," he
Hut publicity would Increase your
business," was suggested.
"It might." ho admitted, "but It
might nlso lncrcaso competition, and
I don't want any other folks setting
up in the samo line here. Tlicro ain't
nny moro In it than Just keeps mo go
ing comfortably, and ns I started it, I
think I'm entitled to all thcro Is In It."
"Aro you a minister?" was asked.
"No, I ain't," ho answered. "You
don't have to bo a parson to marry
lolk In Scotland. I can tlo 'cm togotn
cr Just as bard and fast as any minis
tcr In tho land. If you aro thinking of
getting married, young man. Just fetch
along the girl and I'll do tho Job for
jou. You'll find It'll cost you a lot
more than I chargo you to get it un
Under Scotch law a marrlago can bo
celebrated nnywhero and nt any hour
of tho day or night, for tho ceremony
In Its simplest form consists merely
In a couplo agreeing before witnesses
in take each other for husband and
wife. Ono of tho contracting parties
Is renulred to havo resided In Scotland
for twenty-ono days beforo tho ranr-
rlage, but It Is rioubtrul it steps aro
taken to compel proof of that, though
the enactment was especially aimed at
THE OLD POE COTTAGE
Many ndu.frcr of Edgar Allan Poo
have mndc pilgrimages to tho cottnge
lu which the poet spent sonio of the
molt melancholy hours of a moit mel
ancholy life. Tills cottage U nt Ford
ham, Mill' it Dutch vlllnc unit In Poo's
time ill te n Clstniico fioui tho city of
.Vow York, but now well within the
limits of the Greater New York mid n
art of the borough of Bronx. The
--ottago h near the old Klugbrldgi'
iml nn-I l-i int f-ir from Ilrouv park,
-here u fiii-miii zooljclcnl collection
tlr.tct tliuiwiindt of visitors on pleas
THE I'OE roTTAOB AT 1'OltUIIAM.
unt Sunday nfternooni. It Is but one
story and n half In height, uud on the
first lloor nrc three ronim, one of them
a kitchen. The second story Is scarce
ly mure than an attic, but In one of
the small rooms, that In tho Houthwert
comer, tho poet's beautiful wife, Vir
ginia Clemm Foe, wasted nwny with
consumption and dlc-d nt last lu the
midst of extreme privation. Sho mar
ried Foe when hardly moro than a
child, and, though he was devoted to
his young and frail partner, her fhort
Hfo was full of hardships, for tho gen
lus of Poo wns not recognized then at
It lias been since, nnd the rewards of
his literary labors were small. There
Is a story that sho was wrapped up In
her husband's owrcoat In her lust sick
ness because the family did not huvo
enough bedclothlng to keep her warm,
Whether this Is true or not, It Is certain
that tlicy were very poor, and n neigh
bor who laid Mrs. Poe's body out for
burial has said Hint sho nnd other
women who lived near by furnished
the burial clothes. It was In 1813, Just
before coming to llvo In this cottage,
that Poo wrote "Tho Itnven," Ills wife
died In 1S17, and In the two following
years, while still living nt Fordhnm,
Poo producisl some of his best works,
but they were years of cxtremo mel
nnclioly. nnd tbo poet's framo of mind
was reflected lu the Mid but beautiful
"Flalnmo" nnd "Annabel I.ee," which
bo composed lu the study of tho Ford
hnm cottngu or whllo pacing tho little
veranda In front nnd gazing nt the
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tho old runaway Gretna Green match
es. From Dixon's offer to marry tho
writer offhand It would seem that ho
docs not bother himself much about
It was ascertained by Inquiry In tho
village that In tho course of tho pro
iodlngweck Dixon hnd married a half
dozen couples, but it Is probablo that
most of tho loving swains were at
tracted more by tbo romantic associa
tions of tho place and tho unconven
tional form of marrlago than by any
necessity for defcntlng the machina
tions, of hostllo relatives. Most of
these modern Gretna Or con weddings
ihko place at Dixon's own home, a
small tenement In tho main street of
tho village, but those who want a llttlo
moro stylo havo tho ceremony perform
ed nt tho Queen's Head Hotel.
Dixon keeps a marrlago register,
which ho declines to show to any ono.
Nor will ho tell what his fees are. He
s not giving away any of the secrets
it his "business."
It is Just about half a century slnco
tho little Dumfries vlltago of Gretna
Green fell back Into tho nntlvo obscur
ity out of which a most singular for
tuno had temporarily dropped It, and
(torn which It Is now again emerging.
Up to tho year 1764 thcro was no need
for a couple of English lovers to be
ecompcrlng off to Scotland to get mar
ried, nver slnco tho Reformation had
repudiated the Council of Trent, and
most of its doings, English practices In
tho matter of marriages bad been grow
Ing more and moro lax and irregular.
To put an end to tho scandal the Mar
riage Act of 1754 wns passed. It re
quired all persons except Jews and
Quakers, to get married, If nt all, In n
Church of England and according to
the Church of England ritual.
A great many pcoplo resented tho
new law and as It did not apply to Scot
land, the most obvious way to cscapo
It was to flit across tho border. Ilut
flight was not always easy. Numerous
ttorlcs wcro told of sensational chaBes
of broken down vehicles, of barricaded
.n.1 hh.I nt Mm linpiAd ft tMii-anlnf-
IUUUB, U11U Ul "V itwiovo w. j... ..
1 carriages being shot to glvo gay I.otlm.
Jjlos In front Just time to get over tho
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' the nnmes of great lords and ladles be
' pan to bo mixed up with such ro
mances, wedding nt Gretna Green be
IMMORALITY AMONG BOYS AND GIRLS
Denver, Jan. 3. That girls nrc large
ly responsible for tho Immorality that
Is to bo found among boys is declared
to bo a fact by Judge I!enamln I).
Llndscy from tho experience that he
has had in the work ot his famous
juvenile court. After relating some of
bis experiences regarding tho extent to
which schoolgirls listen to Immoral
stories and proposals without resenting
them, Judge Undscy says:
"With a boy, as with a man, thcro Is
a natural Instinct which has its good
and evil sldo and whether tho good or
evil comes to the surfaco In his rela
tions with .the opposlto sex depends
generally on the attitude, conduct nnd
behavior of tho female. Tbo lack of
prompt rebuke may glvo encourage
ment to ell, however pure and proper
may hate been tho feeling of tho In
sulted. If cery llttlo girl would show
tho proper maidenly modesty, If she
would slap mo raio ot tno utiio tra
duccr, If she would hang her head lu
ehamc, if sho would refuse to speak to
him again without apology and repara
tion, and, aljuu all things, if she would
go straightway to her teacher or her
mother, U9 per lent of this kind of Im
morality among children and grown
people would bo abolished,"
Chicago, Jan. 3. Tho bad boy Is dis
appearing, tho bold, bad girl is taking
his place, according to William O. lv
moutc, for fho jcars clerk ot tho Ju
venile Court, who spoko beforo th
Social Economics Club yesterday.
"During the flrbt bIx mouths follow
ing tho establishment of tbo Jutenllo
Court," declared tho EpcaUer, "only six
delinquent girls wero brought before
the bar. Tho years 2 be to re last tho
number increased to 381 and It Is
growing constantly. I belle vo that
when the totals are made for last year
the number will bo found to havo
reached nearly COO. You women, wo
all ought to work day and night to cre
ate a public sentiment which will cause
tho extinction of thoso Infamous dance
halls, In which nearly all those girls
started on their downward career.
"At tho State Tlcfugc at Geneva every
wjIi(Wj) Tf' -Mi
gan to be nlmost as fashionable ns ore
now thoso at St. George's, Hanover
Fifty such marriages In tho courso
of a month were by no means unusual
at ono time. Among tho earliest ra
corded marriages ot Gretna was that
of Richard Avnell Edguorth who, In
tho courso ot his eccentric career, mar
ried four wives, one of them a deceas
ed wife's sister, and hnd nineteen chil
dren, among them Maria Edgwortb,
tho noeilst. Then followed several
lords, among whom were Droughnm,
Eldon, Dundonald and Ersklnc, besides
many scions of noble and distinguish
Tho llttlo Dumfries Ullage to which
these Infatuated folk made a dash,
some of them with Indignant parents
and guardians at their heels, Is a dull
llttlo placo at tho head of tho Solway
Firth, about ten miles northwest of
Carlisle. Tho railway drops Us pas
sengcrs thcro now, but In Its palmy
iays of romance panting young cou
ples sped furiously along the road
through tho fir plantations and over
the dreary bog and peat, In earlier
days tho sceno of so many desperate
encounters between nets and Norm
! Until 1820 these marriages wcro
mostly conducted at tho little toll
house. Who first officiated seems to
be doubtful, and tho only reason for
supposing that n blacksmith had any
thing to do with It Is the existence of
tho tradition itself.
Tho first marrlago of which any rco
ord exists was conducted by John Pals
Icy. a tobacconist. Dut thero Is n leg
end that I'alsley himself was Initiated
by a Solway fisherman. At ono time
ihpra n-nrn four establishments In
which these Irregular ceremonies were
conducted, unc jonn i.iiuun, nissans
ftrd with this state of affairs, madu a
bold bid for a monopoly of tho swell
portion of the matrimonial patronage
by building Gretna Hall, a large square
hotel with a special bridal chamber
sumptuously fitted up. In this apart
ment tho proprietor officiated and
his son after him until tho runnwny
marrlago business declined to such an
extent that It ceased to bo profitable
I I'ctcr Dixon will never succeed In
making it anything llko what it used
room Is full; In nearly every room there
aro cots to accommodate the oerllow.
It Is impossible to build cottages fast
enough to meet the Increase."
Memorials to McKinley
(Continued from Page 9.)
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In height, built of pink granite with a
mnrblo Interior. It is to bo severely
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rounding level. It Is qulto likely that
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havo n part In tho plan, and that this
' will bo tho work of Saint aaudens.
' As succeeding years glvo perspect
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Dated at Walluku, Maul, January
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
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In ro Dissolution of the Hawaiian-
Chinese Kona Coffeo Plantation, Lim
Whereas, tho Hawaiian Chlneso Ko
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that objections to tho granting of tho
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30th day ot March, 190C, and that any
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itol Dulldlng, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, to show cause, If
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Honolulu, January 23rd, 1908.
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