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HONOLULU, T. It., SVTURDVY, JULY 23. 1910.
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Golden Wedding. at the end. John Erdtnnn, Mr. and Mm. J. M.
On Monday cfto.-ncon nmld nl Dowsett, Mrs. Frnser. Miss Eraser,
wealth of golden-yellow flowers !)r. i snl,ltl llfo's Ions pathway bo forgot, Mr. and Mm.-High, MrB. Bagwell,
and Mrs. William EoWItt Alexander I w,,lc" ,ia'"l In hand was trod Mrs. Church, Mrs. A. 11. Snilllf, Dr.
stood to receive the loving con3ratiila-T,iro"gh "" 'oarH of wedded lovo A. Jl. Clark, Mr.- George 1. Castle,
tlonB of hundreds of their friends, thoj u' Kraclous help of God. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes, Miss
occasion holng tho fiftieth anniversary , Trances Joluihon, Miss L. Campbell,
of tholr wedding. The scene of tho1"110"8" now ,no tread of ago grow Miss Mary Parker, Miss Harriet
happy gathering Was IheHr picturesque weak. jlleen, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thajer,
old residence on Ptiniliuu street I An r.gieo Ihe brows enfold, . Dr. unit Mrs. J. M. Whitney, Hcv. 1'.
which has been the homo of Ihe Alex-1 Tho sweat mid tender lovo of youth Okumurii. Mr. and Mrs. John Uullck,
andors for thirty-nix years, and tiuj Has ne'er "grown dim or old." Mr. and MrB. W. McQuald, Mr. and
more appropriate setting could hao I Mrs. J. N. S. Williams, Dr. llodgers,
been found. Always quaint mil at. Wo pralso tho Lord, whose hand lt.il Misses Forbes (2), Dr. and Mrs. N.
tractive, surrounded as It Is by cool led, n, Emerson, Mr. and Mrs, Pierre
green lawns and vino clad nhndo trees, j Through all this path of love I. Tones, Mr. and Mrs. Marston Camp-
the house was on Monday contorted . Long may Ho lead through scenes cf in.ll. Mrs. Alfred It. Smith. Mr nnd
into a pence tnwe or flown and' earth,
greenery. Golden shower wbb fea-,A:id to tho home above.
tooncd everywhere, nnd banks of yel
low lines, marigolds, coreopsis, biiii-i cnurus I or auld lang syne, my
flowers nnd marguerites, wllh hero
and there n largo knot of yellow rib
bon g.ivo the Idoa that It was In leed
a "galdcn" wedding,
Chorus For auld lang
After 'his program -tho guests ie
palled to the lawn, where diln'y ro
Much pralEo Is duo to Miss Nellie freshmcnls were sorcd. the galJen
'Aloxaniler. Who had charge of the celnr schemo being carried oat even In
decorations, every d'lall .of wlitch " neiiicrt, cko nnd orange punch
' showed tho artistic touch of n muster
hand. It Is pleasing to know that all
tho flowers used were thoso sent by
friends ns oppressions of their aloha
A largo wedding cako frosted In gild
en yellow and adorned with the dates
"1SG0-191O," attracted much attention
and was nfterwnrds cut by the bride
In thri wtst corner of tho latnl walls! ff fly M-ars. Thmo dates In gill
had been formed by wire netting cm-i Ir'teis were also found on tho paper
ered with greenery und golden shower i napkins
nnd with these as n btckground tho
receiving party ctood. Over thrni
hung a great wedding bell of golden
shower, from which were festooned
'delicate vines and wldo pale yellow
ribbons of satin and game. All around
were banks of yellow roses nnd grace-
Mrs. D. Logan, Mr. nntUMr. T. G
Thrum, Mr. Darwlck, Mr. Edgar
Wood, Mrs. Fantilo Thayer, Mr. nnd
Mrs, Chamberlain, Mr. Schmutzler,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C, L. Livingston, Mrs.
l'uiner. Mr. J. F. llrown. Canon and
Mrs. Anil, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wccdnn, Mr,
,and Mrs. 0. II. Gere, Mr. and Mrs.
Hosmsa-, Mr. ui:d Mrs. Sedgwick, Mr.
Philip Hall, Dr. and Mrs. W. I..
Moore, Mr. John Lucas, Miss Jennie
Park, Mr. and MrsI. Cox, Mrs. E. A.
Rowland, Miss Virginia Rowland,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. James lllcknell, Miss Jen
i:lc Armstrong, Mrs. Preltas, Mr. nnd
Mrs. It. W. Andrews, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Renear, Mrs. Angus, Miss Angus.
Sirs. A. 11. Tucker. MUs Anna Tuck
er. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Gurrey Jr.,
The Hawaiian band stntloncd nt
ono corner of the grounds enlivened i
mo nuernoon wun us music, nnu wioi,, , . ..,, ,, i,,
, .,, , ... . . iMr, and Mrs, A. P. Taylor, uev,
benutlful gowns nnd picture hats of I' "... "' ' ' ,,
the ladles made n pretty scene nmld
D. Westorvclt, Dr. J. T. McDonald,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reldford, Mrs.
Wolfe, Miss Lee, Mlts Vroom, Miss
Slgcl, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Wall, Can
on and Mrs. Usborue, Dr. Monsnrrnt,
b.huci me uniiai Mends and relatives In Massachusetts,; , . . ., ,
r wore a shim- ,,, Columbia. England. Venice and "c- " w Jordni Mr nnd Mrs
t gray Ube.ty Ucmo. Numerous gifts spoko of ll.o f'- '" .1 m" I nrP Miss
hsautimi wh(t esto m and nlTectlou In which Urn l"Jal u- "f"1' "" .''?" ' ' .a
Lawrence, Mrs. Montnno, Mr. and
P. L. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs.
John Guild, Mr. Hutot: Ashfnrd. Mis.
L. Marks. Mrs. Glbron. Miss Hitch
cock, Mr. and Mrs. Hcndrlck, Miss
During the day .cablegrams of con-
fill sprays of bamboo. In this bower, Krntulatlon were received from fnr-olt
smiling nnd gracious, stood the bridal friends and relatives In Massachusetts,
pair. Mrs. Alexander
, merlng gown of soft
. silk trimmed with I)
Jce. and ,wth, .lijbr sweet nnd .gentle honored couple nro hold. There was ',aw'
,,acn presented a picture Ions to bo KMden table ware :f ovciy desorlii- "'"'
rememucrou: i tlnu. fiom cunning halt spoons to largo
. rTho parlor was decorated solely miles. Thoro wera golden biskets.
with roses, nnd In such nmfitslmi i. i. .Haima totvntrv liinittlfiil R-il.
thai the ntr wok heavy with their pe- E,a ware, exquisite gold nnd whlto Alleen Illlchco k. Misses Rycroft
fume. Largo American Mutinies al- chlnn. .huge 'brass J.irdliu-rei. lloliom-j (2Ju.Mr. und Mrs. Stephen Norton
troc'ol sp-elal nttontlon. but Clolh of jn wnrp a 3rKO nn 1 elrg-int bnn.b ' Ilobo, Mrs. M, Smith, Miss Ruth
Gold, Ln 1'ratico mid nun) other varl- pointed china p.inch bowl, a gjld , Rnilth, Mr. Robert Ilond, Prof, and
etles worn also lepresonteil. i mirso nilml with cnlis. a nmit im'uuuiMis. C. II. Hitchcock. Mrs. Illcknoll,
AIlss lllcKlieu, Ansa uiimnii, aiimi
Yarrow, Miss Mclntyre, Mrs, 8. E.
HUhop. Miss Ncedham, Miss Shaw,
Mr. llorger. Miss Mltichnn. Mr. C. F.
table hung a great basket of trailing .i..nli,. i'.. Mih!1 Aloxunder.l Merrllleld. Major and Mrs. Georgo C.
oichlds held bv wide palo yellow, sat'n ..',., , Ain,inr Mr mwl Mrs. Potter. Mrs. Ellen Armstrong Weav
ribbons. In. this room were displayed AlMUr Alexander n Witt Alexnn-Ur, Col. nnd Mrs. Sopcr, Mr. and Mrs.
nualnt relics of the past, the most In- (, Co,18tanco Alonder, Hermann W. E. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
tcro'tlng of which was tho dalniv A,exnnil0. Mury n. Alexander, Hon. Ashford, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwnrd Irwin
In the dining room tho color Hclmm'1 cabinet of yellow tamarind wood
was ellow, cen to tho Imutlful nn,) nnnv. many miisr beautirul nnd
tnblo of tnmprlnd wood on which some useful articles.
of (ho gifts wcrodlsplacl. Ovor this AmnK tmse prcscm were Mr. I).'
tnbtn hnti-r n lfrotit IkihIcoI of Iratllnir .. .. , .' .,. . .1 i,.-
weddlng dross of fifty yean a-jo. On
the wn.ll hung early portraits of Dr.
nn' Mrs AIxnn'er mil also threo
mottos that formed purl of tho orig
inal wedding decorations. These were
the woik of Into W W. Hall. The
loitering was formed by ferns on n
background of white. They road as
follows: "Abbv and Wlllhm " 'Two
aro Hotter thri Ona." and "In Unlu:i
II. P Iluldwln. Hon and Mrs. Samuel Rnaldlng. Rev. Hurl, Mr. nnd Mrs,
M. Damon. Mlsi May Damon, Mrs. F. M. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs, 0. II.
Lois llaldwlii. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gere. Mrs. Annie Scverunco Pnrke,
Iluldwln, Mr. n 1 Mrs. 8. A. Ilald
wln, Mr. and Mrs Aithnr llaldwln,
Mr ami-Mrs. Will llildwln, Mr. and
Mis. Eidm.in llaldwln, Dwlght llald
wln, Jertle llaldwln, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chin lea llaldwln, MIsb Helen Alex-
k I ..- a... I t u Int.,, t,i!Ar.
Is Hlren"lh" uiinn.-r, ir. mm i" . j"w". ..,-
It" Is Intfl'restlng to noti lliat nlno '")"' -lr- " "lclpy. Mr. Lylo
or IhoJe who attenled' the wedding. I "I l. Charles Love.nnd.MiB.
which, by the way. look pl-ire uf Li- 0vld Lindsay. Ollvo Llndiay, Ilesslo
hslnn. Maul were present nlso nt thW I-'"1' "' Hmuthy Lindsay. Ruth
fiftieth anniversary. On thin occasion LlmUn.-, Ml3 Cornelia Motcby, Mr.
they occupied scsls of honor nnr tho J.nnea Dnle. Mrs. Gertrude Damon,
reccing party. They weio tho Hon. Es:im I) niton, Hcathcrjean Damon,
II" P. llaldwln, Mrs S. M Damon, Reulo Damon.
Mrs, D. D. Ilallw.n, Mrs. S. E. Ulshop, i Amsng the many others who camel
Mrs. P. 0. Jonos, Mr. Carrie Haysol- to cITer congratulations were Gov.
den Miss Mary Parker. Miss Frances euior and Mrs. Ficar, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnton -and- Mrs. Charles llustace,. v. n. Smith. Mr. und Mrs, 11. L.
thoso Mrs. Jones an I Mlus Marx, Mr. and MrB. P. C. Jones, Dr.
ui.J Mrs. James Jildd, Judge and
Mrs, Alexander Lindsay, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. McCandless. Judge and
Mrs., San ford Dole, Mr, add Mrs.
Jnilics "Ai Kcnnody, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Wallace R. Farrlngton, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Owen 11. French, Mr, und Mrs. J, M,
Dowsett, Hon. A 8. Cleghorn, Mr.
an4 Mrs. Sydney llallou, Mrs. L. 11.
Coan, Mrs. W. E. Ileckwlth, Mrs. Win.
Welnrlch. I)r, and Mrs. Philip Frear,
Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. W.
II. Illce, Miss Ilurbank, Mist Knth
erlhe Reynolds, Mr. and Mis. J. II,
Alexander, 'Mrs,- Pnrmalee, Mr, mid
Mrsllyrou O. Clark. Miss Scott, Mrs.
Ewlng, Mr, and Mrs. J M, Young,
ftr. A. U. IugaliB, Mr. mid Mrs. Wil
lis T, Tope, Admiral Rees, Mr. and
Mis, L. A, Thurston, Miss lluntuce,
Mr. and Mrs. U. Thompson, Rev. and
Mrs. 0. Hva.il!ck, Miss Julia Gullck.
Mr, and Mrs. Rush, Rev, and Mis.
Fruuk Newhall White, Rev. und'.Mrs.
Wadman, Mrs, Cooper, Prof. M, M.
Scott, Miss Llshnmn, Miss Jory, Miss
Lyons, Mr, and Mrs, Chas. R. Hem-
enwny, Mrs. G, II. II. Judd, MUs
Jiuld, Rev. nnd Mrs. F. W. Damon,
Parker weio brides.naldn, and Mr.
Rpldwln. vim Is n brother of Mrs,
During the nftciiican idoasaut rem
InlHccnces of Ihe wedding, written by
tho venerable Mrj. 8. E. lllshop, wero
rend by tho Rev. F. D. Damon. Jhls
reading was followed by a pleasing
reminiscent speech by tho Rev. Ortmel
Cltillck, which culminated In tho
presentation of a largo purse,' cram
med with gold pieces, tho offering of
many appreciative friends. In tho
courso of hlsjemarlia Mr. Gullck face
tiously obscr'ed Hint tho Promotion
Committee In Its advertising. should
not overlook the fact that "there nro
more golden weddings to the sijuarq
mllo In Hawaii than In any other
place on earth."
Next Judge Dolo, on behalf of Dr,
Alexander's former pupils nt Punahoii,
presented Dr, Aloxnntlor with ,a gold
watch nnd chain, nnd Mrs. Alexander
with a gold brooch set with a hand
To those speeches Dr, Alexander re
plied most feelingly In wonderfully
Mr. Fhlllu Hay thon ronlorol
three verses of a song written by Dr. i Mrs. Clark, Mum Susan Clark, Mr.
Alexander's brother, Rev. James M, and Mrs, A. Eborsole, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander, for the goldon wedding ofW. R. Castle, Prof, llrlghnm, Mr. and
their parents la 1881. Tho tune was ( Mrs. John Stokes, Mrs, Mutques, Mr.
Auld Lang Syne, nnd the 'assembled and Mrs. Ity'M. von Holt,, Mr; 'und
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We also put up the best Ginger Ale,.
Lemon and Cream Soda, Root Beer,
Sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, etc.
Hawaiian Soda Works
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Mrs. Thomas J. Klug, Mrs. Russel
Wnlbrldge, Mrs. Crclghton. Miss
Crelghton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlthlng
tou, Judgo Perry, Miss Caroline
Green, Miss Emcllne Green, Mr. and
Mrs. Luwrcnro Judd, Mr. and Mrs.
Rath, Mr. and Mis. Jonathan Shaw
Mrs. J. P. Mcndonca entertained a
few friends ut a luuu given at Jas. Mc
Gulre's residence, Walklkl, Saturday
last In honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs,
Silvelru, who Is visiting tho Islands
lifter an nbsence of twenty-six jenrs,
Tho tnblo wus set for forty people and
tho decorations were of golden bIiow
!r and greens, which mudo a pretty
picture se(. 9ut 'n "1U court at the
rear of tho house. Surrounded with
potted palms and roses In bloom, the
whole placo bolng coorcd with an
awning and bunting. Those .iresi'nt
were: Mrs. Silvelru, Judgo Perry, Mrs.
Gasper, Dr. Gasper, Mrs. C. Rooth,
Mr. C. Rooth, Miss Irene Dickson, Mr.
C. Brown. Mrs. W, Drnke, Mr. W.
Drake, Miss C, Lucas, Mr. Carlos
Iong, Mrs. T. Lucas, Master LiiiXis,
Mrs, EvanB, M, Hopkins, Mrs. C. Hop
kins, Mr. C. Hopkins, Mrs. Mill, Dr.
Huddy, MIsb Mnrsdonson, Mr. Albert
Mendonca, Mrs. IIusli, Mrs. J Holt,
MrC. Hopkins, Sr., Mrs. SchmUU,
Mrs. It. Rertlcmnn, Mrs. Cowan, Miss
Cowan, Miss Mnckey, Mrs. Roan, Mis.
McGurn, Mrs. McGuIre, Miss Gnsper,
Master Gasper, Mrs. Dendoncii, Mlsii
Mrs. Purdy, wlfo of Major Purdy, Is
ennflned u her homo with u trained
Paymaster Ouuncll of tho Cleve
land cntortnlned Wednesday In honor
of tho Misses Whiting.
Rov. and Mrs. Erdmun left Wednes
day on the Sierra for an extended trip
on the mainland.
Dr, and Mra.il.aim will occupy Ilia
Clifford Kljrljiall ''JiuiiKalow on Luna-
Pol Supper In Honor of Prlnceises.
Mr. and Mrs. Col bum entertained
nt on elaborate pnl supper In honor
of the Princess Kawananakna and tho
PitnccHS Kalanlannole on Tuesday
evening, This artalr was cclebrafd
nt their home on Klnau street. Nu
expense or trouble was spared In
mako tho entertainment a success.
Tho supper was scrvnd In tho spa
cious grounds surrounding tho homo
of tho Colburns. Eighteen guests
wero seated at the flower (bidccked
table, and carnation lets wero worn
during the feast. Chinese lanterns
lighted by electricity wore strung ovor
tho table, tho electric wires being
rovcred with smllaz. A stringed or
chestra was concenlcd behind n
screen of palms nndi-played during
the ocnltig. Toward tho Intter part
of the repast fourteen Lei Mniuo glrla
appeared and sang plaintive and beau
tiful Hawaiian songs. Tho Lei Mnmo
Club was originally organized by KI113
Ivnlukaua and the membership was
limited to fourteen. Only tho best
talent was sectrcd. and these youu-
girls weio allowed to sing only when
royalty was present. This custom
has been kept up for numerous years,
and descendents of ths singers, who
belonged to tho original club, wero tho
musicians who sang Tuesday evening
In honor of tho two beautiful
Princesses. Among yuiso present
were Princess Kawananakna, Princes 1
Knlanluiitui'.o. Mr. and Mrs. Colbiirn.
Captain nnd Mrs. Arthur Mnrl, Mrs.
A. P. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas.
Judgo Andrndo, Mr. C. Long, Miss
O'Sulllvnn. Mile. Dreyfus, Mrs. Na
wahl, nnd others.
A pretty ceremony took plnco lo't
ccn!ng nt St. Agnes' Church, Ma
hciiIc nu'imc and Page sticct, when
Miss Margaret Elaine Smith of He
nlclawns married to Georgo A. Smith
of this city. The wedding came as n
distinct surprlro to the many friends
Smith I 'i piotulncnt In business cir
cles ns tho Ice president of the dray
Ing firm of McNab & Smith, and is a
member of n number of local clubs.
As a trustee of the San Francisco So
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Antmsls he Is prominently lUciitlflrd
with tho active work of that society.
I-nil he was ono of tho promoters nt
the workhorse parade last September.
Tho bride, nu altractlvo brunette,
roues from 11 prominent Ilenlcli fam
ily and has 11 host of friends at tint
rlace Owing to the recent deatli of
Mr. Smith's mother, tho wedding was
a nulet one. only the Immediate re.
nllves of Ihe bride nnd groom being
Ml-s Frances E. Smith, a sister of
tho bride, acted as bridesmaid, nnd
A. A. Smith attended tho groom. Upon
their return from n honeymoon In th
Hiiwnllnu Islands Mrt. and Mrs, Smith
will be nt home to their frlonds nt
the Cass Madrono Apartments on
Ashbury Ilelghts. S. F. Chronicle.
Mrs. Walbrldge's Tea.
Mrs. Ilemlcp Walbildgo enleilah
nl Saturday ut a small liiform'il gir
den party. This affair was gUen In
'honor of Canon and Mrs. Simpson,
who left for Ihu States 011 tho Slerrn.
Saturday afternoon was beautiful.
Tho affair was from i lo , nnd Mrs.
Wnlb-ldgo nude 11 gracious hostess.
Mrs. Walbrldgo and Canon nnd Mrs.
h'lmpxnn iecoed under 11 largo golden
shower tree. Small tables decorated . 'Mr. 'and Mrs, JL Theodore Barclay
with golden rhowcr were placed'hcro of Honnkaa, were among. the passcn
mill llll'll' illliiiilK II1U lunula. JlluuilH "KIT -Ulllli.il i.l miuiihi .!.- .,.
the .guests who paid their Tesrects morning. They ore guests nt tlic
weio Mrs. F. A. Schaefer. Mrs. 'John .Young, where they will remain tUJ
Btrnyer Mearew. Mrs. Charlek Dry- .TitUKlay. ' 'fl
nut Cooper, Mudani Kimball, Mrs. M
l'osmer, Mrs ThoniaB King, Mrs. Wal- Mrs. CHve Davles, who was recentffl
lace, Miss Wnllncs, Mrs., and Miss operated on rirr appendicitis.. Uoifl
Gray of Los Angales, Cat.. Ma-lam valesclug nt the Queen's Hospital. M
Frlque. Mrs. Ralph Foratcr, Miss " 'm
Daisy Oras. Mra. Usborne, MrslTs-ew-WEAIrTH IS HIDDEN UNDER
combe. Mrs. Benjamin 'Manx, fifi"Otli-i''i - pASIERS ON HIS ,CHLST
crs. . ' , ' , i. m . ' '"''' , , ' ?
... .' , '.I. .'Piglit tan Declares' It Wai Only Safe
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Alherton and1- "w io Cat Money J
Miss Albert on gao n pleasant ilnnc- v' ' i
lug parly at llu- bearh l-'rljl'a'y even' ' Sf' LOUIS, iU., July 9. Colonel
Ing. About ono huiidrnl ounB' pen- su,,!lkyi fo.n.r nofltlclaii. rg
pie were pr.sent, nnd Ihe ,rnt-rlalrW ,u;.,ft y,.terday from Reno, pain?
iiient proved nn enjoyabfo uffalr. ''lakjiiy and tenderly iiiolstened t
. ' jioioiis plmtcis tightly stuck oi his
Secretary Molt-Siulth euterliilned ehest. Hoin tinder theni 1m Uml
tho French officers, Inst Tliwday, with laoil'uu "bills of brge denomtiiMlotj!
u trip around "ihe Inland. n. f).:pi' "., ''"it was tho only safe way (o e.irr.
at Hnlelwa for a .ilollolnuh .rJickCn m0uoy In Reno," the culotiel.sald. "I
limcli. , would have Mu:k It 011 my baelc,
' but there was 110 anybody 1 could
Charles Rico and family will visit 1.. 1, t..- .., 2
., , 1 , . .1 1 . eW "' "" " '"' ""-
11 ,,n-l.A a..aaa ..r fl. T.-.iiii-, 1 blf-lr-
" . . ' .
In Honolulu during thu inonlh
August. Mr. Rico will play In
Mnjnr and Mrs. 1ing. who have
been living In tho Hnwea. biiug-ilnw
In Manna Vnlley, havo moved Into tho
Jack Lucas' hume on l.uiulllo street.
Mrs. Cora Freomnn of I.m
expects soon In pay a visit, til tho
Mrs. C. M. V. Forster Is vlqltlng
Mr. and Mrs". Allan Uottomlcy for a
week on Mt. Tantalus.
ed twenty empty poctelbookM olt 1I.5
piunk wnlk. The Bttctts wvi rul
of tin watches. Whenever 'a thief
sized u victim up wrong pud drw a
dollar watch he Ihro-v It awa'." (
tl. .. '.a. 1 mI....1,i.I ,mM llfl -IbAI.H
fthop, "After the figlit )nu couldn't
. Kt a lmvo In llono," he renirf'edl
il)RfUlrf .. .. I. ,-1,-u ti,l tlialf ulintwV.I.
Jll IIIU IJiUHCin !" ri-rt
Many a ,man linnglnea lie makes a
hit every time ho strikes nit attitude.
friends Joined heartily In tho chorus Mrs. J. M. Mousarrat, Rev. und Mrs. uiustrcet after tho luth of August
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