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EVENING tlULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , SATUIIUAY, AUO, 7, 100D.
WOMAN TENNIS CHAMPION
TO BE BRIDE OF A BANKER
9P - ' " if '?' t !h&, " ? iHi
ty from Washington. They aro sched
n led to sail from San Francisco Aug
list 24th on tho Siberia and arc duo
to arrive on the thirtieth. There will
be many receptions ami entertain
ments Riven in their honor no doubt,
by representative society people, as
null as tiio public receptions ami daucu !
which aro being' arranged by the in
ception committee. This will cer
tnlnly be nn unusual opportunity for
the mallhlnls to appreciate the lavish
hospitality of Honolulu people, and It
Is honed that the guests will enjoy ev
ery moment of tho tlmo spent In those
St. Louis College Alumni held a
most enjojabte ilnucu on Salmdi
uvcnlnR Inst and come two htm he 1
persons attended at Diler bull, where
tho dance was given.
Kanl's hand LUpplleil thu music
and It Rots without sajltiR Hint lb-, lsor and .Mrs. T. II l.jons.
merry waltz and lived two-step wciu1 en. Dr. Aiken, and Messrs
Announcement hns heon mndo or (lie cng-igunirnt of Miss. May Sutton
or Pnsidci.a. Cnl , tho cbnmplon ten uls placr or the 'world, to llnrr)' H
Hall, n banker and c-ipltallit or the Clt of Mexico. Tho wedding proli
nlily will tako pi nee in tho early autumn. Mine Sutton won the champion
ship of the world In nnglund In 191)1 and repeated tho performance the
followlnR .enr. In 1907 she was first In the women's championship at
Wimbledon and also first In thu mixed doubles at the same place. Shu
tins been pronounced by nearly all tennis expcits as the most phenomenal
mill scientific woman pin or that cvei lled. Tho rojnlty and aristocracy
or KnRlnnd took n great interest In her when sho was nbroal, idiowerlng
mnny trophies and Rifts upon hrr Sho has more medals and cups thnn
any other tennis -plujcr in tho world.
Mrs. Mar' Hendricks I'rlmo was an . Lieutenant Moses of Camp Very is
luIroIiir passciiRer Tuesda ou the! ulso leiulinr. lnnlnp leceljed orders
Lurllne. idctulliuR him to'the' Maiiuo OiniriT'oi;
cnlord to tho limit. Prince Kuhlo
ami many prominent people were
present, and the ball w.is kept up till
the woo hours.
Theso annual leunlons or the St.
Iiuls Alumni aro nlwajti tnjojable,
and tho hardworking committee Rets
in somo fine work on them Wm
Welsh and his helpers aluajs work
to make the dtneo a Rreat nuciess.
Miss Ilcatrlcc Castle's supper on
Tuesday c piling for thn jouiiRer so
ciety sot was a Jolly affair and most
of the Riiests went later to the lied'
inn n n btoll at the Moann hotel. The
beautiful Castle place Is an Ideal homo
for entertainments, and a dellr.l tful
tlmo was cnJocd by the followlnR
guests: The Misses Jessie Kenned),
Harriet Hatch, Alice Cooke, llllmn
White, naiiRhlldo White, Irene l"lb!icr.
Vlolnt Damon, Vera Damon, Allco tied
emaun nnd Dorothy Mother, and tho
Messrs. Harold Castle, I'red Wlrh
num. nilcluist llntcli, Philip Mnrici
Stanley Kennedy, Lnthrop Wlthlng
ton, l.'rllR llcdemann, IMmitud Hedc
tnnnn, 1'icJ l.owrcy, Sherwood Uiwrcy
and Allnn I.owic).
There will lie quite IniKO mi nlier
of pnsheitRers fiom Honolulu lcaiiu
this uttcrncou on the Miamshlp SI-
ourii, and nmoiiR tiicni u numlier or
Itoth, OeorRo Kenton, Will Kenton and
thu Messrs. Wuritn
Wnltuku, Maul, Aur fi An excel
lent luau was.Rheu last euitliiR at
Kapanlwai, the Ino Valle) Annex to
tho Maul hotel, by Mr. and Mrs. W.
II, Klcld In honor of Superintendent
and Mrs. J.'D. McVelRh and Mrs. Char
lock, wife ,of tho sccielary of the
Donrd W Health, who liiijo been rn
Jo)ltiR the cool and bracliiR atmosplase,
of lao Val'cy for secral weeks past
They nil declare lao reenerv nil tlnit
It Is 'claimed by distinguished tratel
era ami tourists. Amoiu tfioie who
wcro present to meet the Rousts of i
honor weioi Mr. and Mrs MoVcIrIi
Mrs. Charlock the Mlsxs McVoIrIi
JudRO A, N, Kepolkal Di and Mrs
It. II. Dlntnar, Hon nnd Mr W T.
I Hoblnson, Mr. mid Mis H II. Ilnrt
Mrs 7. A)ers, Mrs. O, WclRht Super
Weller, Mnitlnsen J L Coke Haro
D. T. Carey V. I uflilti Me)ers mid
Keola. Speeches and loats wrro of
feied by .ludRo Kepolkal I)r It. II
DlneRiir, which were rtsMiidd to by
Mr. McVeigh nnd others Mr Hoses
orchestra furnlshnl minlc for the
eenliiR. Mr. McVUrIi will return to
Honolulu by tonlRht's M.unn Koi
whlln the IndliB of Hip p.irt) mid tin
ch!!lreii wlirrcniuln bete a wetk lung
.. f j
Ono of thn Ititertsllns nnnou'ice-!
inents of tho )rnr Is tint itnlwrt llarr1
Is to produce a new Idiir iiooI In Hit.
t)lo of Ills TCKLA, which was his!
most successful production. Mr. ltarr''
ul w a) s has had a certain plnco In the
regard of Detroltcrs for It was as a
contributor to the Klli:i: Piinss thai,
he first won his liters inimiiiilmi I
nnd though he has bun In Kiir and
for somo time, we limp felt a ccifiln
speclul Interest In him as ono of us
eon thoiiRh ho Ihul in Windsor. Of
late howocr, Mr, Ilarr Ins hicn edit I
UK Tim IULBR, an KtiRllsh publlca- ,
lion, mm its ariuotis iiutlcK tmvo not
It ft him suftldeiit hlsiire to produce
:iools. So Mr. Ilarr hns ued such
time ns ho could find to write short
stories, and It must lie admitted Hut
he In tolerably sklirul nt the trirt, bin
In orller to make books he his sowed
tho vlinrt itorlcs tinti'hir and
Mrs. OeorRo llodlek unil children
were at H.llelwn all last wee't and le
turned tu town Saturdu),
Mr. Krllg Hcdemann In letvliiR On
tho Siberia to attend Professor Hitch
cock's school at San llafael, Cal.
Mr. 1. J. LowrelT nnd son Allan aro
roIiir awu) on the Siberia, tho latter
tu iittcnd an eastern college.
Mr. Wm. O. Irwin and Mr. I.ansiiu
Mlzuer left on Tuosday on tl o Man
na Ke.i on a business trip to Ulto.
Mr, and Mrs. 1'rcd KiiIrIiI and Miss
Ihclma Parker aie le.nliiK this after
noon for San Krauclscn on tho Siberia.
Mr. and Mrs. Tenney Peck nnd Mrs.
Locke aro spcndliiR a fortnight at Mr.
Cecil Hrown's placo bejonil Dlanond
Mr. and Mis. Illihinil htrs ami
Madam heis aro octup)liiR the (ill
fard homo on Tantalus for u few
Mr. Mlllon ('otilfctnllli am) lilt sinter.
Miss Coilnuo (loldsuillh uiu leluiu
Iiir to their homo In Sin liaiiristo
on the Slbeila.
Mrs, I'leelh nnd Miss Minjorio
Kreeth will sail on Tucsdiiy for Maul,
where the) will bo the Riiests of Mrs.
Dowsctt uml Mrs. vou Tumpsky.
Tho now home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. V. Forfcter which is being built In
Milium valley. Is proRressltiR rapidly
nnd will bo icady for occupauc) in a
the cruiser Pcniix)lianliu His friends
aro detlglited tu know thut lie w'llj te.
tin ti heiu In iScutombtr with tho Pa
Dr. Watcrhouso will piohahly leavo
tho end of AiiRiist for u ) ear's visit
In tho ICJiat. Ho lutonds to spend
most of his tlmo on his rubber planta
tion, In which lit: ISjRrcatly Interested.
An Infurmul llttlu luiichuou wii3
glvon lust Sunday ut Ford's irlaml oy
Mrs. C. S. Hollowny, hor riicsU holm;
Mr, and Mis. Cobb, Miss hieuo or
San riunclsco, Mrs. Wm. fl
Mr, Lansing Mlzner and Mi
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Ileckwltli, who
came down from'8an Kranclsco on tho
Mongolia on tliolr brldn. trjp, returned
to California on thu Lurlllio on Tuos
day, While here, thoy made tho trip
to Iho other Islimls ami lnllcil tela
Mr. anil Mis. Italph.rorstcr luno re-
'turned fiijni Kiimil after a ileliglitful
lslt with Mr. and Mis. Charles lUco,
While they were thcro a number St
entertainments wero gh'en In their
honor, and in honor of Mrs. Kimball,
who In iiUo u guest of Mrs. Rico.
Miss Harriet Hatch hud a number
of friends on Friday afternoon at San
Soucl, who enjojed a di,'llghful frolic
In thu surf. They wore Hie Missus
Itoso McClellau, Josephine McClcllan,
lllltua White, Ranshlldn 'White, Jcsslo
Ktnncdy ami the Messrs. "Allan l.ow
rcy, Philip Marvel, Clllchrlst Hutch,
It(-nold MeOrew and Stanley Ken
Cafdaln uml Mrs. Coinin P Kees'
dliliiei Thliislay evening was Iho oc
casion foi u gathering of noiiRiuhil
friends. The dinner table was nrtlb
tltnll) decorated for the occasion wah
floweis and ferns piettlly entwined. A
dtllRhlfiil oVtuiiiR wus inJo)'l by the
Ritosts, who (cru Major anil Mis.
Dunning, attain and Mis..Muri, Mr
nnd Mis. (lioigo Davles, Mr. unl Mis.
Itlcharil lcrs, Mr. Win. G. Irwin and
Mr, LnnsliiR Mlzner, .
Di. Itcnjiiinln P. Iliodlu of Detiolt,
has Joined Mis. Iliodlu at thu Hotel
Del Moiilu. Mrs. Urodle was formerly
Mrs. Tnllent Tubbs of DuilliiRitnio ami
her sumuiei-tltnu Is belnR enjoyed out
heru on tho ciyist, whoro sho bus Inrgo
family connections and many old time
friends. S, I', Examiner.
Dr. and Mrs. Iliodlo will reach Ho
nolulu next Wednesday on tho Korea
nid will ho domiciled at tho Monna
hotel for a blunt tlmo.
well known people. Mr. and Mrs. Paull'"" V' " M"rlt"' ''"V '" r "l"1 MM,t ""
lscnb()fR 'ro up to thu coist for sc. !",,U r"rUl '" t,,c ,,I'K"I"J "f l,,,vel
cral months; Mrs. IscnborR mnj ' ,,"w. ''" m,,,l'c ', ,r" lll
en Hast before rcturnlnR to Honolulu. c",vt-T th. f frCIlct' tween poiinect
mi.. fii.ni..i. ii. i i ..rcd short stories nnd fill sired no els
Dr. McQ.ew. wh ,s beta. U.ltli.R her! ."JlliT'' """!: "f ,'I'T 1
, w...,n l,u itvuio -B niiLivnMiil tl
Mr. Ilarr's earlier wink. Now, how .
our, tho ptiblichers tell us that Mr.'
Barr has ghen up his editing and Is'
how free to dcotc himself to diction.
Tho first result Is CAHDILLAC don't I
call for It at store or library. I haven't
mid It was published jet. CARDtl.
LAC, It is claimed link thu od lint r
charm of stjlo nnd plcutitudo of Ine'.
dent, nnd If It has It surely hai sum
dent. Let us hone that we find CAR
DILI. AC all that Is clnjmed for It nnd
.f wo do lets boost all wo can. It will I
bo one or the mily fall publications.
"Detolt Satmday Night."
UpfH'r MniiO.i Valle) was a scene of
mint ami uncle tlor two months re
turns lo her home in C'nclmintl. Theo
doro Cooke Is leaving for a acitlon
on tho coast, and a trip to tho Alaska-Yiikou-Paclflc'
ExK)sltlon at Seattle.
Dr. Blackmail's party, who hnvo been
guests at tho Monna hotel for scveial
weeks,-return to their homes In Colo,
rado Springs. Tho parly consists of
Dr. and Mrs. Illackimn, Mist Jlhick.
man, Mr. C. R. Ilhickmnn Miv. ""I igs-
'Icy Hulesind Mis, Relle Russell.
, Miss Jessie Kennedy was tlie hoi.rss
Thnrsila) evnlng at a charming ill li
ner party for Hiq )ounger sod H set
mo iuiiio iiironitions wcio iry in
tracthe; each Riiest found a red mid '"''1 B-ll'-', on Wednesda) ovenlng
white lei bnnglng over tho hack of the
chair, ami tho center piece, in led uml
white carnations formed tho letteis
II. S. a dellcuto compliment to tho
prospective Harvard students wh,i
wore picscnt. Tho list of the geuatg
follows: Misses Ileutrlco Castle, liruu
Usher, Hairiet Hatch, Allco llcde
mann, Dorothy Moshor, Vera Damon
llllmn White, Ella Wight, RniiKhllilj
Whlto and tho Messrs, Harold Custlo,
Kdinund llcdemann, Gilchrist Hatch.
Erllng Hidc'inann. I'hlllp Marvel Sher
wood liwrey, Kred Wlchman, Allan
Lowrey, Gilford Whitney, r.cd Low.
rcy. Will Warren und Stanley Ktn
iieily, Ono of tho most delightful dances
of tho season was tho ball ut tho Mo
ulin hotel Tuesday evening, r,- en bv
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Ilolemnnn in honor
of their daughter. Miss Allco. Thq
attractive dining room faclntr tho sen
was used for dancing and was pret
tily decorated for the occasion Tho
Riiests who comprised tho )ouuger so
ciety people, danced until tl u woo
smull hours or Wednesday mo.nliiR.
An unusual number of prott) glils In
charming frocks made tho scna a
particularly gay ami pluming one.
Those present wero the Misses Do'
othy Mosher, Noiu Sturgeon, lien
Fisher, lloa'lrlcu Castle, Allco Coo!
Harriot Hatch, Ilcnileo Hartwell, Allco
Cooper, Hllmit White, Hunghlldo
Whlto, Jessie Kennedy, Voia Damon
Nora Swnnzy, Violet Damon, Ethel
Spalding, Dorothy Wood. Allco Spald
ing, irmn Uallcntyno, Allco Iledemanu
when Mr, Ernest Parker acted ns host
to n imu dinner given In honoi or his
cousin, Miss Thelma Parker, Thu
spacious bungalow was tastefully nlnl
aitistlcall) iKcoraled for the bur.slou
tho provalllng sbndu being pain pln
Cluster lights tliinughiiiit tl.o houso
represented pink tulips, while iiiinj
rare nises nnd caiiiallons of l bamo
Hindo, In coniblu itlon with m a lenhalr
forns uml offset lij a backsiomid 'r
tall palms added Rieatly to Hie g"n
ornl efTict. Llnner was -civid nt
soven thirty on tlvu miind tnbv
plncod about the ctntor ono, in which
wero seated thu guest of hu.u.r and
her host. A novel feutuio Wire the
tablo covets of lluo vvhltn net nvtr
which robu petals vvuro scaltcicd Hath
table sii polled us ccntoiplc., an m
ruiigeiiieiil or Mifll) thaded c.uidliabr.l
eiitwlncil with Ioiir stemmed n.tes mil
maidenhair ferns, thu plnco tinds le
Ing Gibson heads lied with d ilui- plal.
bows, which also fastuied dunco pin
grunis for tho ovenlng. Tho Itov.il K
wulhuu, Gleo Club fmnlsheil Jiitislo
throughout dinner ami for tin ii Hiring
which begun at ten. Thu foatuio or
Iho ovenlng wus thu Merry Widow
Waltz h) Miss Ihelnia Parker mid
Miss Blven, that was so clever that
mnny encores vveio lespomlcd to. A
light suppei of Ices, salad, sandwiches
and punch, was seived at cloven. On
account of lh Inclemency of tho
wouthor, u very unique. du of tnu
genlul host was abindoned. It had
been planned lo drnlu the t, ,Mi
Ing pool, festoon It vv lights nnd
iitiuLu iii. mo oiiun iinnn it. .mw.m.
Bathing at Walklkl Is'ono of tho
popular spoils which Honoluluaiisi ' l'"i Mr- an(1 M'- Richard Cooko,
nover tiro of mid evory afternoon thuroj "" Ca"'"'. Miss Genevieve Laiuton,
aro usunll) small pnrtle.s, who have n ' an'' Jlr- "ml MrH- Chestoe Livings rjii3.
alp In tho turf nnd then a cup of tea ' Alb" I,M 'esBrs. carl Hedonmnn, Hm
Dorothy Ilallontyno, Rose McClellan.l l,,t0 l'"or "'" "'u large diawlng
Josephlno McClelhn, MIbs Young, i """" '""' 'n'mla fiirnlshod ubunduut
jhss smaiiwood, Mrs. Allan White
Mrs. Johnnnos ijudcmunn, Mrs. Kon
TJaa, do not abnso. Noitlier abstineiicc r.or
excess renders men happy. Voltaire
The Rev. William A. Wusson. a
clergyman of the Episcopal Church, has
written an article entitled "Prohibition,
the Obstacle to Real Reform" which
was published in the August PEAR
SON'S MAGAZINE. Mr. Wasson
thinks it a clergyman's duty -to speak
openly against any system which he be
lieves to be a source of immorality and
crime. Some folks say it doesn't "look
right" to be against prohibition. Mr
Wasson believes that no consideration
of mere expediency should deter a cler
gyman from doing his duty. Me points
out that the object of the prohibition
law is to lessen liquor drinking and' its
effect seems just the opposite. He says
that you cannot
"If a majority has the rio,lit t3 ny to a minority," hcnlso says,
"'You shall not tlrink bcrr,' another majority hs the right to say to
another minority, 'you shall not drink tci.' If such a law were enacted
think what a fearful howl would co up from the camp of the W. C. T.
U. and what an unenviable job th c officers of the law 4vould have in
attempting to enforce such1 a' law. 'What, deprive us of our right to
ccrve tea at our mothers' meetings and parlor sociables! Why, it's nn
cutrapc. Oh, but, good ladies, we, the majority, made up as you know
cf the better element, have found that tea is very injurious. In fact, '
it's' a poison. Look at the thousands of women who have gone down to
tea-topers' (jra-.es.' As a matter of fact many experienced physicians
believe that tea and coflee cause quile rs much 'trouble in the world as
alcohol. The "temperance" people will retort 'Yes, but there's a wide
difference between beer nnd tea.' Of courfe there is, nnd that is just
why so many pccplc prefer the beer !"
Mr. Wasson's article merits the at
tention of everyone who may be inter
ested in this subject. ,Reacf it in August
Keep up your health and' strength
by a temperate use of the great food
K ToSuit The Clfintvte -
r.trKiT, Cicoftfti llrovvu I Shingle 11
fli'dt-liiiiiiii, II Dowsctt, A. Uiwru), tl '
Heckle), J. I'urkor, Htoigo MclJoug
all, 11 (lay, Hob MrConlston, S, Km
NXW SYSTEM TO IDENTIFY
CRUISERS OF THE FLEET
SENATOR STONE ARRESTED.
Legislator Charged "A Ith Attacking a
Negro Waiter; Adiulis Slip.
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.. ... ..i.i r .,- t . . . . i hiihu iif.inifi ij,.Ri... .. ... . . ..
nucrvvariis inn a peasant 1 tt irns. ."ii-iio, now urn iieucma in, atiinov' .. umt-i uiq wuno ciono imi-
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,....,.. i, . ,. un ..... m....v . .. .. . Kpnnmii I finiiin.1 I nHai, t-. .. , i.u unlit, Willi n rn npn .it,.,. .. ii. .'
liwiii,!,,! i,,ti tnu vva i;uiu, iiiesuuy niicr-l " .-........ iiiiiuhi inn rivil', .. " iiii niui it
n,n... nnnn Mm l-i-iinul V, !,.. i .i , Wlchman. I'lllllll Mnrinl . Ti llni' llmln. '"g" Willie
Mi-ll-J i - -vfc iiKiMiiunnu 11I111UI1 I "--, -- n ..viiv-
a few- friends out for n bath In tho i n,a. Ollchrist Hatch, Fred I.owrc).
surf nnd tho following guests wero Sherwood Ixiwrey, Allan Uiwie I)r
Oscar Cloos, Or Hedemaun l.hMit
Moses, l.leut. Kllgoro, Capt KM on
and .Messrs, Alfred Cooper. I'eicv
Mare Island, July 2'i A s)stem
..a 1.1 lilt. ll.. Imu liunn wlfitttitll
space for ihuiclng and cards, und a ' T '"Z ' fleei to donate
. .?- n 'lnio. In hlckKh0 identification consists ,)f ono
MJwns rho foimer woro dliiinimao I ,.i..i. .. .,..iin,i ,. n...
and a simple necklace of nlnk . , . I . ","!"" , ', "" ,'J ", , " as linpiTllncnt vvheriMipnn thu Sen
Miss Thelnu, PPko ' . ,k "' 'J I'l'l'er stacks of ho ship The n. n; J n,w 8,rur. ,im ls 0 )lun(,
llaltlmoro.'jiily 27 United States
Siuutnr William J Hlonu of Missouri
was for a short tlmo tonight under
nriost here, ihirged with attacking
LawrcucuJ lliowu a negro waltei on
n buffet cir
Tho Senator said when ho iinleieil
lunch lliowu wus olfouslvo mid he re
'iho man afterward failed to servo
tlX Senator and when again minified
of stripes dcnolrs the number
THEN AND NOW.
fif tlm illvlfllfin The smokostuek out
ribboil bOW 011 1kM- ll.lH .. I.l.l. ll, ulrlnn ill- Mtrltinu urn I
Mrs, Shliiglclookcd chaimln. In julo palnteil Indlintes the fhlp's position Somcvvhcio In undent history
presenf Mr. and Mrs. C, W, Case
Hecrlng, Mr, ami Mrs. Noel Pnton,
Major and Mrs, Wadhams. Mrs. Uoede
felt and Mr, David Anderson,
Miuli IiiIi'iprI Is being manifested In
tho (inning of tho Congiessioual I'ur
I.I.... !..- T". .....
....... hiss .vias iiiven in pale pink In the division As there are fou-
iho dinner guests weie. Mhs Thelma ihlps In each division and four
Mil Iter, Miss lirudfoid, Miss HhiiiIcj rniokeHtaeks on cuch ship, tho sjs-
wiiiuuil .mm j Hlllllli. Mlr.s A tf.m .if lilrntlhi.illiin vvinls nut l.irvr
Clcghorn. Oliver IjuisIul'. nt..Ik..., '''''lor. Miss Mutch. Miss Pieuth. Mlu. woll.
Lansing, Herbort nowselt, lohannes 'J1'"" ,)lxni' -Miss Ma Illven, Mt,s ' r .
lledoninnn, lllilnii.l ('nlnn, (!ii) 1M. vln,' MiKu MIsm Kaiiiernf UH An fliilletln Uuslnesi OjriCf Thone 250.
fuilauu, Ollfoid Whitney, William KOlCfl' MI"M Uolw' ',J'! ibsih Jmost llulletm Edttotial ltooin Ihouo 185.
The star has been told
'Hint iiti thing that Midas touched
Was qulckl tinned to gold
Hut b far a strangor sight,
Wo In this uro hidiold;
Rome tut ii now luin In mi thing
If thc- arc touched with gold.
'Woil, (if art!" ixdnlmed thq
irlll( "Sa, If that daub Is a work
(f art, then I'm an Idiot."
"The latter part i of oiir statc-
incnl " rejoined the artist calmly.
"would seem to furnish roniluslvo
proof that It is a work of art," J
Harlow- "Vou are uciiualiil
with Jlcrmilth I tiollevn?"
n... I,.. .i-..u . W
,,iii nil, !.-.-
Hurlovv "Do ou consider hln
llai'ow Vou bet 1 do Why;.
once loaned him n $10 umbrella audi
hu returned It the next da."
My face Is my fortune, sir," sal
tho niald-wlth the (imitation hahlt.1
"Oh, well," rejoined th'e prosaic,!
.iiiiiiii. Jim imu i 11111 ii. uiu, mi.
re-vr rntuo man will iniiiry on -for
Jour wealth." , ,
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