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J3Vl3NINn 1WI.M3TIN. HONOLULU. T H.. MONDAY. NOV. 21. 1910.
The New Opera Hood $
. IPfife it -m
t, , . j Makes
, g4 -Hair
Wc rr3 Isikintf about Aycr
IklrVior. Ju:t note that word
"Aycr's." You are perfectly
cafcvit'.ilt. No harm to you or
to y. ur l.r.ir. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly docs. Stops
faliinjjhair, too. Remember, It's
"AycrV wc crc talking about.
Ask your doctor about your hair
and tbout Aycr's Hair Vigor.
Get lib approval. Your own
doctor and "Aycr's" make a
strong combination. It means
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOCS NOT COLOR THE HAIR
fr-lwH tr Dr I. C A,if & C lt..lt. Mm . U. S. A.
go much Journeying t. nml fro f.-oni Winter rvenuic f. ! vi-les Ij done now in automobile that the-so big heodi
nre Ycnl m-ccsi-llie to Isim the or fully inn bmI i nin i -irrure from In In? blown fniwrily about wht-n
getting Into lyid out'et the well Invited Pm ,ulnc JIi- n iik ' "i I" wy Unlit mid root, being liullt or thin
nest materials n -r .Mrr re's. TI'N I o-d Is nml. "t slthivil pink t tiltTon. and llie lining in uf thin elilna silk.
IlUck velvet ribbon to whkli liny t'l'i'i r ln.ils nre rtvvnl mils toiiirtry to the structure
What Worn ere.
MR. JOHNSTON-WOOD TU AMEND
THE DOMESTIC RELATION CODE.
ANOTHER. LICENSED FRENCH
AEROPLANI3T MICC CEAH3 EN.
THUSIASTIC OVER HEP. AERIAL.
RIDE MIC3 RANDOLPH CLI
JU3. HAItUIUT JOHNSTON-WU' O
la going to iiincnd the dini-Mlc re
lations codo n It II iw stand If ii
possibly can dJ no. Kile Is lurked by
tho Now York Stale Woiiiiii'm Suf
frugo association, wlili.li agrees with
e;i'l fie ni-liur fllll h.'s no right of
in t'nn. Tin im-nsuro of recovery fur
the fntlnr'K citato In limited to bucIi
di-in.-pe nil ll,o f ithrr nctiially suffered
M tuc t.niu of mi death,
At pre-rent under our unjust Im
the wife Is iiitltlril to dorter I. e., Ilie
u?o fur llfi of but oni-lhlrl of tin
Imi'bnnd's real property, tho'icli vln
rwy have h"l.ed to or u-iiul.ite It. T'.i
huliind, on tbo otlier hind, l entitled
Id I'oiirtcy In tlie wlfe'M rinl propert
I I. i'., lb iii o of tile while for tlf - l(
n hlM has been lurn alive. The hu
hrnil'l reai, fKtnJe never under n ilr--ifiistunrcs
defend to the wife, eien
l I 'UKh fhe bliiy hole ucciiinuliit' I or
le U d to necuinulote u ffrealt r urt of
, it. In defmi't of h-Ipt to hl bbi.nl hl-
rtully I'Mlip'itd trt tiie M.itc"
'Thim will nil bo crnnsed If Mrs. John-
Uon-Wood's bill In pa'ced through the
! It al.lnli.r..
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TAFT CERTAIN OF TARIFF
TREATY WITH CANADA
President Looks for Definite
Action to Bo Taken
WASIIINUTON, Nouiiibor .1. A 10-
t-lproclty treaty with I'aiiiulu, to bo
lulnpted by Joint resolution uf Con
KresH, U oiiu uf tho bit; nehletcinciits
that 1'rcnlilcnt Tuft looks for from tbo
xeeslon to convene tho first Moiuluy
Advices from Iindun do not Indi
ra te that fear expressed there that
reciprocity between Canada mid tho
ESKIMOS SAY COOK
Native Companions in Polar
Quest Declare Explorer
Traveled in Circle,
CIUCAUU, Nov. 8.-l)r. 1'iedei cfc'.
Cuuk was lurthcr dlseiidlted In i upv
clal cnblu ilhp.il h to the I'll ?ap
Dally Nuwa lod.iy fiimi Its orren
puudent ill CupohhaKcii, Deniiiul)..
Tho Plory was the Hist puhlleatUu
of Kmid HiirinifHscii, the Danish ex
plorer, as sent by him to Ills ylta In
CopetihaKeii and given out by tier.
t'otilnliicd in tho tdory Is what pur
ports to bo the Ktatemeiits of Cook's
two link I mo companions In thu polar
ipiesl, ltiikiisuk itnd Apllak, In which
they Lonllnu Comiuiiuder ltohert K.
I'o.iry'8 cIiuiro that Cook tinvvled In
u cliclo and never even uppio.iclicd
Itasmussen is iiuoted as suini; lie
himself did not Interview the men, but
that their statements were taken by
Hev. Utistav Olson mid Kntekct Sech
manii KoHcbacli, nilssiouarlcs.
"Already In 191)9, when I wus on nu
expedition to Crecnland," writes Itas
mussen, there oxlrted itruvc doubts
.is to whether Doclor Cook really had
reached tin pole, to I determined to
find out from his two K.klinn compan
ions. 1 pecured their ntntcments
through tho missionaries."
This Is the slory of tho Ksklmos us
given in the dispatch:
"Wo traveled from Aniiatook with
eight sledges III company with Doctor
Cook ut tho first sunshine (Kebruary).
From there to Kllcsincrc we slept only
oneo on the ice. It took four days to
cioss i:ilesuiere land. Klghtccn days
out our companions left us. Wo then
had gone only about 12 'Kugllsli miles
f I om laud.
"The Ico was line and thero wns no
nation to stop, for nny ono who
wanted to go oh could do so. The
nineteenth day Doctor Cook took ob
servations with an instrument ha held
In his hand nnd yl then changed our
Cook I'e.ircil Ice.
" left hore n lot of food for men
and dogs mid ono of us (tuksuk)
TAFT IN ELECTION
onriTU cnnn mimiitcc
uuuiii I uun inuiuiuu ,v ..,,- rMnniMi- rviitiiT rip -rill!
l-i. 'I. ..,...... i.... I. ..r .1.. rn.-l-
r it i r . i. n r ( ,i&v .iioiicoii v iivutk ui inu nil'-
Scrutinizes Each Name Before i., of Hawaii -At cimmbom. m
HC Casts HlS Ballot in Dlvon.e Iln Kekona, Mbelln-t, h.
f'ticinnnti Dia uond Ko'io ia. I.lbollee. U.vorce.
UlllL-Hlliail. ,0rI(, (if ,,11ol)11 on rcai,B
and lllllig the ninj.ivlt o( salil Ulio -la
lit hereli. In whl li' slio deposes
that sal I libel re has deimrtcd fioai
the Tenllii or Hawaii nnd Is now
In parts mil nuwti and that nho li i
no Information mi to what Is his post
onire addreis or whether hu has nny
tlich add e ft or lit which p'nio let
ters add rested t(i nlm would most
likely to i,u received li liltn nml
that hi I sf known- phi o of resi
dence was on tho Ihtnml nf Oilni,
City and Coiiiity of llouoliilii. 'Icrrl-
C1NC1NNATI, Nov. t Pre. 1 lent
Tuft milled hole lit Ill.M o'clockIn
cast bis vote In the O llrletivllle dis
trict of Clueiiiii.ill Ho went floni the
ti.iln to the homo of his brother,
Charles V. Talt. Tho president mo
tored o"t to the voting place from
his brothel's residence. Theie was u
faint lipplo nt applaiiso us tho presi
dent's ear came to a standstill.
Taft voled ut II. ST li lu. The poll
ing place was an empty storo ut "ftfl
Madison road. The piesldent spent
four minutes In Iho booth marking lhetry of llawull. and upon mi Inspee
ballot. He seemed to ho examining Hon of the icturn of tho High Shor-
le of the Territory of Hawaii, who
sought lo make Forvlro of process
upon him, thu raid llbollco lio-cfti,
to the effect that tald llbollco hnn
every name on It. Taft was voter No.
322 lu the precinct.
Tho Inevitable photographers were
on hand nnd at their rcmicst the pies-.
Ideut posed for a minute with- tho departed from this Territory nnd
jtidgrx In the background. He wished J ran not he found herein nml that tor
ttnlted Htstes would mark tho bccln
nlng of a final separation of Kngland j "u"t lled ' oxmnliio thu Ice. Wc
mid her colony Is general. Officially,
at least, (he llrittsh government is
favoiablo to the negotiations.
TIia llrltM, iinibimKiidnr. Mr. llrvre.
informed the l'resldont at llovcrly ,l'tn walcr ne!lr lllu la,u1' Wo 'l'ped
was om ""' an" wni over io uingnas
rcpoitcd It in good shape, which It
was, but Dr. Cook looked at It and
said It was bad.
"On tho vvuy back wo stopped at
ncr huh mo prccni laws u.Ktrun.in... ,v , mw, ,irmni.nl ,n
slmmefully.nsalnst women. woman In the country Is !ll i:ml l
"? " vl ..'" ' , . ;,"'. I Ifindolph. Sho habitually rides iiptridi
nml Is on etpeit polu i layer. She re-
of New York," uecoidliiR to Mrs. Wind,
"a woman if sho quits her purblind
cannot .even .legally talto her ilothes
with her. ' And under tho stutule of
distribution furniture, hnusibold ef
, ficts, etri, that cannot bo rhown to
' belong absolutely to tho wife n long
to the husband. And as the husband's
jrioncy, purchases iho furniture, the
wlfo's clothing, etc, they h gaily belong
to him this, too. In spite cf tho fuct
that tho wife may havo earned or have
helped to earn 'tho money to pay for
"A wife, too, cannot make a binding
contract with her husband to pay her
for service within- or without a house
hold. A contract by u husband to pay
Ids wlfo for household service Is void
us against Ills creditors, and property
purchased by tho wlfo with tho avulls
of such contract may bo reached by
1 Tho mother Is not entitled to dam
ago for tiegllgeneo resulting in tho
death of, her child If tho father Is liv
ing. TIiq father alono Is entitled to
uch damage. When Uio father dies
teimedlately after tho death of the
cenUy cnptnlned a olo team at Nnr
ragansett Pier, and thanks lo her bril
liant playing It won the game.
Miss Illeanor 8curs pronounces acro-
phinlng "Just heavenly" nnd tho viry
llnest thing sho over enjoyed. Miss x
Hems' took un nerl.il spin with (Ira-1
hamc-Whlto In his l'urman blplano ro
cfiilly nnd promises soon to repeat
the experience. '
H v. I
Mllo Heleno Dutrleu recently made
:i lllglit from lllunkinbeighe Pi llrugis
nnd back with n iiusiengcr. I-'or the
greater lrt of this Journey of fifteen
mllia ho l!uw at a height of uumit '
Mile. Dutrleu begun prnellelng nvl
lltliin last J ear ut Ipsy-Ies-Moullneaux
and has now successfully gone through
tho tsls required by tho Aero club nt
Muurmelon. llcr name has been added
to tho list of licensed women nvlntors.
Thero aro threo others, Mine la Hochc,
Mine. Koechlln and Mine. Franck.
TlllSdS MOUTH KMMU.MI.
lr : : . '
I ir the lamp wick moves up and
down with dlllluulty a slmplu loiiiedy
After cnth iue.il tlieio should lo a Is to pull out u fuw tin cads at clthei
thoioiijsh ailing of tho lower floor.
No matter how peifeit tlio system of
&, vr I: I.
. rWI v iT A- P r -k )fl
I ' & M h i il
;' ,V li' '1"
v tr 1
Island before tho snow hud melted
"Ono day 1 (Apllak) camo upon Dr.
Cook silting down and drawing a map.
1 looked at it mid asked him:
"''Whoso roiito uro you drawing?'
"'.My own,' replied Dr. Cook.
"Hut that wns a lie, because he drew
thu map along way out ut sea, where
wo had never been.
"We continued to shoot bears on tho
lie, until wo had enough for thu dogs
Wo do not know how many nights wo
slept un this part of thu Journey. Tho
I small rivers hud only begun to break
for a motor ildei and to visit several
ot Mrs. Tuft's relatives.
Tho piesldent began his return
Journey lo Washington shortly liter
3 o'clock. .
Tho president sent tho following
telegram lo Warren (1. Ilardhit tho
Itepiibllcan candidal.- for govcuoi:
"I congratulate yon on )our -underfill
canvass. No matter wlnt tho
result nf today you havo comini iided
saldreason no pen-omit rervi c has
been had upon him uf until libel ami
summons herein; Now, therefore, It.
Is Ontccl, t lint notice of tho pen
denev nf inld libel tic given 'o Hip
llbel'eo. by piibl'intloii thereof, nt
least onco a week for bIx sikcosbIvo
weeks In tho K v c n I n g , 11 u 1 1 o
1 1 n, a ' d.illy newspaper publ'shcd
In said Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, ami that said casd rliall bo
yourself to jour fellow citizen and lcnril Hllll determined nt tho court-
i. ..-, ..rfilii.,1i ialil t f Him 1,1 ! t ' . .... .
havo effectively unites! Hepubllean
ranks for future contests,
. SERMONS BY PHONE
Weather Now No Bar to Hear
ing the Gospel Preached.
this summer that his government was
willing that tho United States agents
should deal directly with tho Cana
Iviiiiy lo Take Part.
Henry M. Hoyt and Churles'M, Pep
per, respectively solicitor and com
mercial udviscr of tho Stuto Depart
ment, who lcrt for Ottawa today, aro
equipped with full powers to agree
upon a treaty to bu subinittcd to Con
gress in thu fuuu of u Joint lesolu
tlon. Aftor tho elections Secretary of
State Knox will Join tho confeleucu
it nt tn . (
The chief opposition is expected K ' ' "-uue. .cm. u.,-,
r-,., ,..n.,f,.ni..,i ,,inr.i. ...i.i li "Here, as Dr. took directed, wu left
,ls possible that thu negotiations will 0,'r dogs hcliln.1 iiUhouBh they
not attempt to concludu u complete ,""" "'l "'"'" "". " -"'-
treaty, hut will follow a plan, which '"ossed tlio great sound and had to
President Taft has suggested, of ex- '"'"'I u" """ "''""' "'" ,v"'
.ir. LUUH SII1U1
'Wo will reach human being (lluf-
11ns land) within two days.'
ppiinientlng ut ilrst with u. treaty on
ft lu bnmin limn tliut tint fi tiii.1 (ti tt
" ' ..V1W .V ... S-. , . ttI..
oilkMls, rium Prruiler Kiurlcr down, "J m I,r ,l,u , lA . .
,,m mn !... Ai.t..ri...... .ifiw.i..i. i...ir ! Hpl twice when 10 look
en iiueaii linn sum ,iu nuw i iviii, uui
ventilation It Is Impossible to pievent
cookery odors. This ailing Is doubly
necessary should there ho biiiokeis lu
Frequently ono uses only halt a
cabbagu. To keep the leinaliider flesh
wrap it In somo of thq loose leaves
and then In damp paper. Put It in
u cool place, and It will keep ficsh
and ciisp for niaii.v ilujs.
Tho conferences will go ovor each
schedule 111 the Pnync-Aldrlch law and
effi'ct an ugreeinent for lower rccl
pi oeal duties In uvery possible In
stance. There has been n uuggestlon
that trouble will bu encountered lu
agreeing upon thu wood pulp sched
ule, but Statu Department olllclals
said today they dl not look for any
tumble thero or on any other sched
ule, onco a fair basis of agreement is
Vast Interest limilvcil.
In 1901) Canada's Importii weru
fL'US.'-PJii.uoo, the United States bend
ing $180,07,001). Canadian exports
to tho United States aiuounted to ?l!S,-
IOS.000 Thoru Is Invested by Ameri
cans In Cauudlaii Industries $2tU,O00,
OL'0, and In mines Jlift.OOU.Ooo. This'
year 100,000 settlers fiom this side of
the bolder will probably go to Can
ada, and a careful Inventory of piop
erty tulten across tho border by these
Interests places thu per capita value
at not less thun $1000, or JIUO.000 per
It was only a stone. Wo kept hunting
for human beings a long time. Then
wo camo to nil Island on which elder
birds weru nesting. Wu followed the
land past Capo Sparho, and when our
provisions weru nearly gono wo re
turned townrd Cape Seddon, wheiu we
arranged fur wintering.
"It was yet twilight the whole night
and wo built a houso. of peat and
Ftone, Just as wo do nt home. We
caught walrus, musk ox and bear .for
thu winter. It was a lino autumn and
wu had mndo provisions for the win
ter. During thu dark time wo weru
Inside most of thu timo making
A NYTIIINO In tho ovcnlng cant Una
to bo fashionable must bo draped
and tortured Into the extremest kind of
shapev Tho model pictured is a good
example of a graceful while at tho
same time extreme effect. '
sldu uf Hie wiek. '
Mothers olien wonder why llieli
children's stockings wear out so much
quicker thun their own, and doubtless,
thu reason Is that llttlo folks' footwear
is subjected to far moio heroic treat
ment by the average lauudiess. True, tmt, hag sifted through the shoes
thcMect of children's blockings otten would then full to tho bottom and not
demand this, hut hoso would last ,e left In tho blockings In saw holes
much longer If they wero allowed lo UB ((, cotton Is rubbed up and down
honk for fifteen minutes before ho- ,m 10 snubbing boaid.
lug rubbed on the hoard. The sand
Time To Get Ready Tor
rtcnarations are bciiiR made to serve you here. Order your
PIES 'and otlier TABLE DELICACIES HOW. Select from this list:
MIN0E, WMFKIN SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
Tho knobs oficn come off tho lids of
pans unci kettles. Should this happen
a screw may bo Inseitcil In the hole,
with the head to the Inside ot the lid,
and a cork serovved on the protruding
end. This will make a l.nob that will
not get hot and may bo i enow oil when
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LWATIVB BROMO-QUINlNli. re
moves the cause. Ubcil lliu worM over
to cure u cold in ono elny. U. V.
OROVUsj signature nn e.icliliox. Mailo
li'" ' - ,
l'Itl3 MBniClNTStft. Saint J-nuU U. S. A
Wickefsham Will Introduce
Bill in Congress De
SIIATTI.K, November 8. A hill
providing lor tho adinlsslon of Alaska
to Statehood will he Intioduced on
the opening day of the December session-
of Congress by Delegate .lames
Wlikersham, who will work for Its
passage. Wltkershuni said todayj
"Alusku has more to Justify the
grunting of Statehood than had Ari
zona, New Mexico, Nevada und Cali
fornia at thu time of admission.
"Alinkn has more quallllrntlotm
thun Nevada light now. Alnskn lins
more commerce, mote people, moro
gold, more coal and more of every
thing elso that is worth having than
any of these States possessed when
they wero admitted."
ANNA GOULD'S COUNT
ASKS P0PEF0R DIVORCE
De Castcllane Is After Hand of
J. P. Morgan's Daughter,
It Is Reported,
OI.AT1IK, Kan., November 7. elrad
ually tho rural telephone has grown
trom a fenccpnst affair to a thing of
dnily convenience. And now in
Knnsas It Is entering u field that ls
unusual mm ei useiui, ior u is oe-i
coming the disseminator of the Hun
day sermon. No more tfie farnicrs's
wlfo who lives three miles from a
church ncil to worry ns to whether
the weather will bu loo bad for tho
long drive; no longer need the hitch-
It'g up of the horses for that trip to
church be a matter of absolute ncce-s-l
slty, for tho telephone bus stepped In .
ami brought the church to thu home.
It Is in Olathe that the experiment
jf the telephoned icrinnu Is being
tried, and so far It has been a suc
cess that is growing, ninees mid
weather conditions cannot intuifcio
with Sunday worship, for tho sermons
and every other church service, for
that matter, aro transmitted directly
to the home, mid all one needs to do
to hear is to placo a telephone trans
mitter to thu ear. The telephone com
pany, thioiigh a connection with tho
pulpit of thu chinches, docs tho rest.
Tho Olatho churches, tho Prcshy-'
tcrlmi, tho Reformed Presbyterian '
and the United Presbyterian, lire
using tho sorvlco now. In tho ilrst
two It is used only lor the old mid ill.
Hut in thu other tho service is gen-'
era). Kach ot tho churches is tltted
with a transmitter containing an ex
tremely senslllvo microphone ar
rangement and provided with special
batteries mid colls. Tho transmitter
Is no larger than tho ordinary ono
used In telephone exchanges and
hungs suhpemled from a rod In front
ot the pulpit, without obscuring thu
congiegutlon's view of tho milliliter.
As thu sermon is delivered tlio trans
mitter take:i lu tho tones mid carries
them over tho wires to tho various
Recently mi Interested person tut
In mi easy chair In a hotel threo
blocks away from tho church mid
with an ordinary telephone receiver
lo Ills car heard every word of the
sorvlco tho reading of tho Scrip
turns, thu prayer, tho singing of the
Psalms, thu iiamuincemcntn, the ser
mon and the benediction.
Sometimes tlu rccelcer had to bu
heU away fiom the ear on account
of the loudness with which thu ser
mon was transmuted, Thu manager
ot tho telephone company says that a
company's patrons usu tho hurvleo on
Sundays, mid this raises the question
as lo what will be the effect on the
churches should thu "electrophone"
romo into general use.
room of saiil Court mi .Monday, Jan
uary 9, lllll, nt the honr of !i
o'tloek a. in. of said day. or ns soon
thereafter as counsel ran he heard.
Dated, Honolulu, City am' County f
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, this
.list day nf October. A. I). 1910.
(Sgd.) W. J. ItOIIINSON. Third
lodge of the, Circuit Court, llrst
judicial Circuit, Territory ot Ha
waii. 1763 Oct. 31; Nov 7, II, 21, 2S;
In Colored and Sepia
of unusual merit, daint
ily mounted and with
Calendar Pad for 1011.
A most attractive gift for tho
Holiday Time that will ho ap
pi eclated by friends hero and
COc and. 00c
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING
1050 Nituanu Street
I DR.SCHURMANN g
I 173 BERETA3IA STREET I
I Phone 1733 I
21 S5 iMlllorliii rooms 2250
business ofllee. 'IIicm1 lire Hie tele
phone uiiiiiherH of I lie II u 1 1 el lu.
ROMI-:, November 10. Count Hon!
da t'astellano filed today with tho Vat
ican a fouual petition asking thy Pope)
to coutlim his civil divorce ami grunt
htm a church dlvorcu from his former
w Ife, Anna Could, who Is now the wife
nf Princo de Sngun, Count Hon, it Is
said, Is suing for tho hand ot Miss
Anna Moigau, daughter ot J. P. Mor
In the petition Do Cnstelluno Is said
to have alleged that his marriage to
Anna Could was Illegal from n church
standpoint In that the bfshnp of his
illoceso was not notified. This point
li understood to be under discission
by high olllclals ot tho Vatican.
Under tho laws ot tho Catholic
Chin eh no such thing as a formal di
vorce can bo granted, but a marriage
may bo annulled on thu giouud of il
legality. The children of a marriage
thus annulled, however, aro regarded
In the Catholic Church Is Illegitimate,
nu tho ginund that their parents were
never mariiod, and tho Vatican nu
thoiltles arc said to be hesitating be
fore placing the chinch stamp ot il
legitimacy upon the time De Caslei
The Wise Wear TOItlCS, thu new
form fitting lon-es; nccurutely and
promptly giound, l'a tury on the
premises. II) cs eorre tly fitted.
Alfred 1), Kalrwe.ilber, manufac
Wee I. If llul I ft In fl per jear,
IN PACIFIC WATERS
PORTLAND, Me., Oct. 23. As an
experiment tho 1'nlted Suites fish
commission on Saturday will send toJJQ BURY HULK
senile, vv asu., live lonsicrs io ue
planted In tho Paclffo Ocean, They
will he taken from tho llsh hatchery
at I loot li bay and will ha In chnrgo
of Captain 13. 1-3. Ilahn. A rcrlgor
atoi' cur will be used for tho Jour
iroy of 30no miles and will be kept
lit the same temperature throughout
the trip If possible. Ily tills means
OF MAINE AT SEA
lll3Vi:itI.Y. Mass.. Oct. 'Jrt.-
With thu final approval by President
Taft ot potlllous for raising tho lut
tleshlp Maine, that vvoik. It Is ex
po led, will nuw H'xtu bo completed
mid the memornhlo hulk will hu
tnl.en not lo sea nnd clvim i. tleen-
It Is expected tho lobstcrB will helwllt,r UCl, forovt,r ,t , Ill)t ,,ol,.v
kept alive without being put Into , ,ml , wri,ckllg0 wlu ll0 n)llcc(,
Water. I n yM1iI1 Inn. na nun nf I In rrn.it
BIDS FOR SIX DESTROYERS
WASHINGTON. November 8. Hlds
opened nt the Navy Department today
for tho construction of six torpedo
boat destroyers Indicate that run
tiacts probably will be awarded as
follow b; l-'uio River yard, emu ves
sel; Hath Iron Works, two xossels;
Now York Shipbuilding Company, one
vessel; Newport News ShlpliiilldlliK
Ulul Drj'iV'i'k Couipnny, oun icsncl; I
Clumps- iiiid, one vessel.
The plans providu that tho Malno
shall be rnli-eil before) l-'ebruury lit
next, the thirteenth anniversary ot
the vessel's dCRtiiletlnn,
A friend Indeed Is a mail who novcr
tells us his doubles.
All men llkovtu hu cOuxed, but ahu
s u wisp wife, who k, now n whom
coaxing ends nnd riiic'slnc heclns.
Many n man's kiiccpsb hn's prnveAl
1 In he i pipe dream.
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