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Get tho Hook for This Ono.
Wyoming Deserves tho Credit.
When Honolulu Voted for Lincoln.
A Notablo Gathering of Notables.
Kuhlo's Poor Bhowing.
Ilavo Wo Another World-Boater?
Of all tlio silly, political fictions I have evqr heard palmed oft upon any
constituency, this ono tliat Kuhio is tolling in regard to Jack Dowsctt, nnil
apparently with Dowsett's knowlcdgo and consent, is tlio most silly and farfetched.
When 1 heard that tlio fifth district stables had been treated to tho
latest explanation of candidacy for tho businessmen as Dolegato
to Congress and the explanation as to how ho came to drop out of the run-sing,
1 supposed that tho thing had originated only in tho fertile brain of
some precinct loader nnd 1 laughed at it as ono of the jokes of
tho campaign. Later I discovered, however, that Kuhio himself had told
the weird yarn to tho voters at Knncoho and that Dowsctt had sat on tho
platform and endorsed the talo by his silence. Yesterday, Kuhio repeated tho
fiction for tho benefit of tho votors at Pearl City.
Tho Bystander loves a joke, but this joko goes too far. I do not know
low Dowsett stands for It. Certainly ho knows that none with any degrco of
tommonsenso will swallow any story that ho accepted tho nomination at tho
jump convention in tho Young Hotel because ho had any idea that Kuhio
iras out of tho race, or that ho withdrew from that enndidacy because of any
aloha for Kuhio. 1 do not know how Kuhio can stand for having to go about
telling any such nn unvarnished lio, which is not oven n plausible untruth,
unless ho is being well paid for it. I do not know bow tho Republican committee
can countenance such a humbugging of the electorate, or how tolerably
loncst men, such as there are in spots on tho Republican ticket, can stomach
the idoa of entering a campaign that starts oft with any such hogwnsh.
What is tho Republican committee trying to dot Disgust every honest
voter in tho Territory! For tho sako of comnionscnso and good politics, call
in this Dowsett fairy talc, nnd, if the truth can not bo told about his acceptance
of a nomination to oppose Kuhio, keep still about it. Remember tho
remark of the pioneer Republicans about not being able to fool all tho pcoplo
ill tho time and revise it for this particular occasion to read: "You can not
fool any of tlio pcoplo any of tho timo with soiho things."
J iSt . -
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912. SEMI - "tyEEKLf.
month this longed-for news was denied in, for in thoso days there was no
cahlo nnd nows traveled slowly across tho great American continent to the
Pacific Coast. On December 14 tho packet Ynnkeo arrived from San Francisco
with tlio nows so eagerly awaited nnd thoo of us who Voted for Lin
coin wcro coniderably puffed up, yon may well bolicvc, because wo had picked
"And now, why not have something of tho same sort in tho coming
Of course, wo will bnvc our local election to ginger up on, but anyway
our minds nro set on what's going on on tho mainland nnd It might caso us
omo by having a chanco to bo counted for our respective favorite presidential
Honolulu is rather blase when it comes to unusual events nnd gatherings.
We see so many things out of tho ordinnry that wo havo becomo used to thorn
and thoy pass, nlmost, without, comment. What would bo regarded as most
unusual in other places attracts our attention although tho
commonplaces of other cities, very frequently, excite us tremendously. I was
reminded of this most forcibly last week, when a gathering in this city, impossible
in any other corner of the earth almost, only gontly stirred tho popular
imagination. This was tho gathering at tho homo of the Princess
at tho luau given in honor of tho Secretary of Stato and Mrs. Knox.
Around that Itwn tablo was assembled a group of notables, many of -whom
had mado considerable stir in tho world nnd all of whom would havo attracted
attention in nny part of tho United States'.
Queen Liliuokalani, tho only American who ever woro a erown, was there.
Seated opposite to her was Judge S. II. Dole, who played a great part in replacing
royalty with republicanism in Hawaii and who succeeded tho Queen
ns tho head of tho Hawaiian government. Ho is ono of tho only two living
American ex-Presidents, nlthougli his presidency was over no pan of America
at tlio timo. The Secretary of State, ns ambassador of America foT tho time
Doing, whom political prophets say has an excellent chnnco of becoming the
next President of tho United States, in tho event of a deadlock in tho electoral
college, and who is ono of tho most widely known diplomats of tho world,
was there. Secretary Fisher, ono of tho most important members of President
Taft's cabinet was one of tho honored guests. There wcro ono American
Prince nnd tho only two American Princesses, ono tho linndsomo hostess, tho
Princess Kawnnanakoa, tho other tho Princess Knlaniauaolo. Tho Delbgato
to Congress sat opposite tho Governor of Hawaii, differences forgotten. Two
notablo oflicors of tho Navy wcto there Rear-Admiral Reynolds and
Cowlcs, whilo the guests of lescr rank included tho Secretary of Hawaii,
tho Colonel of tho famous Fifth Cavalry, attache of the special embassy
to Japan and two former cablnot ministers, Col. Sam Parkor, once prime minister
of tho Kingdom of Hawaii, and Senator Cecil Brown, now in tho upper
chamber of tho local legislature, once a minister of tho crown.
It wns a democratic gathering of notables, tho like of which would have
been tho talk of any other city for a month.
Thoso who wore at tho concluding hearing of the Fisher investfgation were
impressed by what Governor Frcar said in his address, but tho
most striking thing about tho whole affair was what tho Delogato to Congress
did not say. I am satisfied that Kuhio 's silenco impressed tho Socrctary of
tho Interior quite as much although diffarently as Governor Frear's address.
It will bo remembered that it was at Kuhio 's personal solicitation that
President Taft sent Secretary Fisher six thousand miles to look into tbo charges
tho Delegate had mado. Tho Secretary investigated with a thoroughness that
was received with approval by all and spared himself neither timo, troublo nor
inconvenienco in group nnd meeting Kuhio's witnesses fnco to faco.
And Kuhio, who haH been for year after year in congress, and who should
know a triflo about tho ordinary courtesins by this timo, did not ovea have
the grace to stand up on- his own feet for two minutes to thank tho Secretary
for having como, for his fairness and for his thoroughness. Tho Governor, in
"Thcro wcro a number of eolebritics in town last week in nddition to our ,is ml,ircs9, WCnt a long-way out of his nond to creilit tho Delegato with tbo
local Richmonds," remarked my friend YA Towso yesterday. "It was a treat
tovchat with that living interrogation point Walter L. Fisher and to sco him
sit ns-judge- and jury and counsel and answer bis own questions. Then thcro
was tho pleasure of getting within hnnd shaking distance of that distinguished
and ultra-dignified statesman Philander Knox. Governor Frcnr tried tho high
gear nnd it is reported, with wiiat truth I know not, that Jas. A. Kennodyi
said 'yes' or 'no' to ono f tho hypothetical questions propounded by Mr.
Hut the real celebrity, to mo, was Miss Anna Klumpkc, who wns tho
guest of tho A. P.. Ingalls family nnd who interviewed mo for an hour and
a bait ono evening. This lady is San Franciscan. Ono of her sisters is a
violinist and tho other nn artist, like Miss Anna. Mrs. A. 1). Ingalls became
intimnto with tho family by studying the violin with tho sister in that line.
Miss Anna Klumpko became acquainted with Rosa Ronhcur on account of
a wild Wyoming horso sent to tho great artist to paint. This was moro than
twenty years ago. I saw tho horse shipped and thoy had to crate him to handle
lim nnd get him in an express car.
"Wo youngsters thought it was a cni7.y sort of schemo to send a horso
ill tho way to Franco to bo painted. Ho was put in a consignment with
three other liort.es at Chicago and went on to New York and across tho Atlantic.
Tho shipment was made by a Mr. (1), though wo all supposed John
Aibucklc was sending tho beautiful wild bay stallion to Miss Bonhour, Well,
a a visit to Paris, Mr. Arhucklo naturally desired to meet tho great artist
and secured his introduction though tho offices of Miss Anna Klumpko, who
in Honolulu, last week. It was then and only then that Miss Bonhour
learned tjjufe the Wyoming wild horso was a present from Mr. Arbuoklo and
fearfully embarrassed, ns sho had mndo hor ncUnowledgomcnts to
Urn Chicago man. This visit had, howovcr, to tho Intimnto acquaintance of
Miss llonheur and Miss Klumpko. Tho lattor heenmo n student nud companion
with tho great artist nnd has inherited all her property 'real and
jenoual,' making her a wealthy woman.
"No picture had been secured of tho wild horso, simply bocauso tho French
grooms were unahlo to handlo him, but Miss Bonheur at onco mado a sketch
or Mr. tAtiiucklo and at tho advico of tho latter sont tho nnlinnl to Cody's
alow, which was just closing an engagement in Paris. Ho was ridden at a
regular performance by a school friend of mino James Willoughby (Jim
Kid and taken to another continental city, where be throw himself, under
iaddle, and broko his neck.
"So you sec, littlo old Wyoming is to bo thanked for being tho renson
for Miss Klumpko 's coming to Honolulu and having some of Bonhour 's
to show us."
Andrew Carnegie's dovo of penco haB been all Bhot to pieces feathers
i.ung in the Balkans, Mexico, Nicaragua, China and Tripoli.
"Wo poor mortals hero in Hawaii have to suffer all tho doggone symptoms
ill politicnl frenzy in a national campaign, bravely tnking sidos with this
or Unit, airing our likes nnd lisllkes for wreks nnd months, making
nemies of uur best friends because of our stubborn resistance to reason
is they see it, and then when tho great day of election comes 'round wo don't
iven havo n chanco to vote for our choice for President. Isn't that fiercof"
Thus spoken a kainuainn several days ago in offering tho suggestion that
a mock election bo held in November to satisfy the curiosity of ovoryono as
io which presidential rniidiilnto would get tho largest vote in Honolulu.
"I can very woll runieiiiberi" said he, "u number of mock elections of
fygouo yearc, but noun morn interesting than hnt of 1SC0, wbou Abrnhnm
Mncoln received a majority of tho votes) In this city, American patriotism
aaa qulto as Intoimi ut that timo as now nnd wo simply couldn't rot quiet,
io determined to have an eloetloii to sou who wiu to bo or not to bo' President.
Ami It tnmml nut all rigid, too, fur wu felt great when the news
rume. (hut tliu Unitwl Stnto hail nho favored Mimiln.
"XqIIcm werii'i'lrruUted Nlll) bulloU ptruglc yjV for until of tlio four
mill at twnhtf o'ritxrk, Nuunnlwr 7, I lie ruling I'oiiinHiined nt tlio
ram of our old friwud, i'upt. Tbowiw Spuiar. An Aunulum linn wiu koUtixl
a r the buljut U uJ tbrw luapottof ji;wIi1im1,
"A KTMt truwtj ulUrMi Uuut, Imt sulr tliaw rUlMiluK Awrlu
iLlp w;a JUMd Ui vaU. Muau lb uaual iiunt Mltw)Ut u riwttuu
n'l plmttrdu f gut ul. ImaJniJ, Mlumli for I ha Hull tlHtr,' 'Vut
tor ik 1'uiuu au4 lit flMtuttluiUui,' 'llw' 014 hm,' tit IftUUf twin
(! liiuiuiutu ufl lii,4 kftih wf I .in. lu hi Hi mm ut w4flwll lottDlb
"llimd I Miiiur niul fair itiullini iliruiigliMul our moli I'leMlori,
ltoMl ""'"'' ilnl'iii'l Ihul the 1uhiIu In"! lfutii tuUa Tills, huilif
MH riviiUil en 'I I i.tliitu iwfi nli iifluiJ Mat hi u'l'lnl, uri'i III li rM
$T Uh" iiil tni mi ml n ii.i,d u, Aim Minim
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' lAUiulu ili I i,4 .1 i, I I , i,iMi..i: uiyiuiil) Hif iull if
best of motives for haiving brought about tho investigation. ''Kuhio nover
acknowledged tho Governor's courtesy by tho flicker of nn eyelid.
"Is thero anything that you wish to say, Prince!" tho Secretary asked,
and Kuhio barely shoott his head. Ho did" not oven gather up" sufficient energy
to say "No." ,!l Jl
If Honolulu had only known in time, sho might havo had two world's,
champions at Stockholm instead of one, bucauso it appears that a second swim
ming phenomenon lias recently been discovered and in just tbo same way as-!
Honolulu nt largo discovered Duke Kakanamoku. It will bo remembered that
when Duke appeared in some races in. the harbor and boat tho world's timo
there was much scoffing. It didn't seem likely that just ono of tho ordinary
Waikiki boys could do anything liko that, and thcro was suspicion upon overy
thing from tho stop watches to tho topo that measured tho course. Duke- km
demonstrated to tho world that his was a Teal championship 'porformnncev, yot,
when another unknown swimmer aomes long and docs almost an equal feat,
nono stop to evon consider it.
Tho fastest timo mado by any woman swimmer at Stockholm for fifty.-yards
was thirty-one and one-fifth or at tho rato of eighteen and
ters for the thirty yards, yet Ruth Stacker, tho young Honolulu BwSnmor, in
her race in tho harbor on Rttgntta Day, mado hor thirty yards in seventeen
and one-fifth seconds, or nt tho rato of twenty-eight nnd seconds,
faster than tho Stockholm timo by nearly thrco seconds. Miss Stacker did
not swim tho fifty, it is truo, but thoso who wntcbed her win aro. unanimous
in saying that sho made- tho thirty, bo easily that sho could ba.v. completed
tho fifty in equal time.
Aro thero any other world's champions in or out of water running
around Honolulu undiscovered f
(By Federal Wlrele Teleeraiili.)
LONDON, October C (Special to
Tbo Advertiser) That only a marvil
can avert war in the Balkan Mountain
States is tho view of tho diplomatists
and of all tho embassies in Loudon.
Austria has weakened on tbo proposed
longreas concerning the threatened war.
I.uropeuu diplomats admit tliey cannot
undertake the preservation of tho
status quo In the Balkan states.
Bulgaria, Greece, Servin and
are rushing mobilization of
troops, culling in ollieera nnd men on
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According to McMauignl, Hockcn,
who is acting secretary-treasurer of tho
International Association of Bridgo and
Structural IrouAVorkers, was as bold as
woro tho McNamara brothers, John J.
and James K, in causing explosions
against employers of non-union labor,
and wns tbo inventor of tbo alarm clock
Bcbonio by which tbo Los Angeles Times
building wns blown up.
WASHINGTON. October C (Special
In HMm A ianw Tin. iinint flnnn t
for construction of high power radio
telegraph stations on tho Hawaiian Islands,
Philippine Islands, Guam, Samoa,
or California Coast, until tho completion
of the Panama Canal station, now
in progress, after which estimates are
to be made, when advnntago will bo
taken of experience gained and applied
to tho Pacific Coast and insular stations.
When tho Exposition
opens the fortifleutlons at Olnngapo,
Manila. Pearl Harbor. Pauania nnd Fan
Francisco will nil bo in direct wireless
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SAN FRANCISCO, October 7.
(tyy Associated" Pres Cable)
Word received hero last even-
ing from the scat of war in
icarngua states that the Amer-
lean marines under the command.
of Admiral Southerland have
- captured Leon, ono of the
strongholds of the rebels in
In Chichigalpn, a force of
United States marines was attacked
bj' a mob of rebel sympathizers,
but the marines dispersed
the mob, killing thirteen
(By Federal Wireless Tdejrnph.)
LTNCOLN, Nebraska, October G.
(Special to The Adertiser) "Hello,
.Air. Bryan! Hollo, Mr. Bryan! Hellb,
Governor!" Theso words nud cordial
handshakes brought together last night'
for the first time since the national campaign
opened tho presidential nominee
of tho Democratic party and the man
who thrco times was the standard-bearer
of the same p.uty.
Governor Woodrow Wilson of New
iug United State capitalists for in
vortments in sugar and tobacco planta
W. P. rtlNNEL. Wo hfcven't climbed llauna Kea yet to fitfd violators
of the liquor laws, but we'll get there yet, as soon as wo have tinned up
'"SOAPBOX" isn't the fellow who pays out tho monty first
who gets tho votcsr Wo -found that out last time.
HARBORMASTER POSTER. The send-off that Honolulu gave the cruiser
Maryland appeared very inadequate io the importance of the visitors wlro
left on her.
HATSUSI, gambler. It wns certainly inconvenient to get caught in a
gamo last night just before another caso against us comes up in the circuit
JOHN EOMAKIS. Georgo Lycurgus is in (Jfeccc, add although he is now
nn American citizen, he might aid his mothef country against tho Turks
if Greece is drawn in to the Balkans conflict.
DR. ELIOT, President Emeritus, Harvard. Tim American tourists who
tarl to tho Pacific Coast, ought to extend their journey to tho Hnwaiian
Islands, unless they have an insuperable objection to ocean travel.
E. A. Wo shall bo busy up to mlifMght Sunday receiving
tho nomination papers for candidates. After that it will' bo too late to talk
to us, so- it will be useless to como around Monday morniag: or Monday afternoon.
FRED WEED. There should be a law enacted whiei' will give every
lldt less than six months' imprisonment. Tho police court geto
far too many of those cases. Tho law is not stringent cntwgh to fit tbeso
cases now. - -
Wo are goirrg to give a dinner to tho of (ha
press in a couplo of weeks; the fde?a of doing; this being to get the' Y. M. O.
A. and the newspapermen closer together and tnako tho lions lib' down' with
SECRETARY WbOff. Tho promotion committee is taking a lhrgo number
of copies of tho' Iietember number of Alexander Humo Ford 's magazine
tho 'Mid-Pacific and' Will1 make good us of them in advertising tins Islands.
This number will bo a work of art,
JAILER ASOH. A liirgjy number of our prlsowrs havo boon cut? witfii
an oxpert forester trimming trees planted along tmS curb lines. Thoy havcr
also dug holes for now curb' tVoosy and in' many ways tfee residents of nty h'otoS
are assisting in the city beautiful' idea.
ARTHUR Q. SMITH. Tho Palblo Hill' caso is about scttleo"
now and we shall ha"ve no more' trouble on that Bcorc. It will not bee longf
now boforo wo commence, work upon tho now rosorvoir which is to bo" constructed
nino hundred feet above' tlio sen level.
CHIEF M'DUFFIE. Devoting our time to larcenies' last month wo caught!
enses, returned goods of a' largo value; wound" up eight burglaries
and unearthed one murder and caught' tho murderer, wlioreupon wo are knocked1
for permitting gambling. If I had spent! all' of tho' time" of my eight or nine-men
on gambling cases we would havo Been roastod' fee Kitting larceny cases'
go, so I guess it's an even break.
Minor Hnrtitraiii snont two days last
wt?eK in AVaslii'ngton in conferences
iiir ti ;-.i..i. rrr?.? . x .
!uu .i 1.1.11, war uc)uruucut
and insular offieialss regarding the
As- original leader of the Republican
party in the PhilipTrine Islands, ho is
strongly impressed' bj the President 'a
chances" of ro clectibw. Ho says Illinois,
his own State, is absolutely sure to bo
cnrrfwrtl by Taffc
(By Federal Wireless TelesT"!.1!.)
IXISi ANGELES, California, October
0. (Special to Tha Advertiser) Virginia?
McDowell CllicH; widow o
Clark, omj of the lii.re. vsho
lost Eis life in the ill-fated steamship i
Titanic disaster, was- married to John
o. Tannerif a Angeles nun,
in CoUoes, New Tor&;.on September 20,
nccording to infornmtioni in
a lettur received By Mrs. Ada McDowell,
the bride's mother.
BESGHAM, UtaH; October C (Special
to The Advertiser) While all ia
quiet at tho great mines of the UtaUi
Conpan Company hero today, the strik
ing millers, numbcriiigrabout 4,500, aro
jersey unuoione. rji. .j.u .... 1)OSBMslon at ti10 min0 an(i r0
Better lor tl.ol.rst time at a wnquet or cnt , ed al tB Bnjb of tJle mount.
the- Democratic stato committee hero , ovePi0okint the- pits, ready to fighf
last night Governor , , oftrt j,1,. totartbup
tho Colonel publicly for tho support he .,R . ... hr,r
gnvo nun in Hnltimore, ...hi Colonel . . .
Bryan appealed to the "eneracy -to , .ff , b ,
do for Wilson twice( as much as- thoy
tUn ar(j ow
ever did for Uryaiu deputies guardins; the property of tho
(By redernl Wireless Telegraph.
MANCHESTER. Massachusetts, Oc
I UlilU UKU VJUfllUlU JlUllltUJ UUI.11 J1UT
railroad and tbo mino. Tho militia havo
been ordered to hold themselvos in
tober C (Special to Tlic Advertiser) Tn,ii,in. in rami nf frnubln. Tt !r Btatod1
From tho scat of an neroplauo, James ttmt nn eITort wm bc )naile. to 0,)Cn tno
iiryce, uniisii w i..v, -""; mine tins coming weoic.
states, outainnr a uiru a v.vu vm.v m
tho Massachusetts North Shore
Tho diplomat is visiting friends in
Manchester and among thoso who
called to pay their respects was W.
Sterling Burgess, who swooped down in
his biplane. Ambassador Bryce expressed
a desire to mako a flight. Tbo
avinior iiivruupoii jumvu nu ti.uo
DE PALNIA HAS CHANCE
FOR FINAL RECOVERY
(By Federal Wlreles Telesraph.)
M1LWAUKKE, Wisconsin, October G.
(Special to Tbo Advertiser) Tho
condition of Rnlpb do Palma, who was
injured while driving in tlio uranu I'nx
mont will not begin tbo site selection i sador to accompany him on an aenai automouji0 roaa race here, yesterday,
communication with each other.
fllv Vilprjf Wlrflesi Telerranh.)
NEW YORK. October 0. (Hiiecial to
lenvo and hurrying ariiiy corps toward Tbo Advertiser! -"Big Jnck" Bellg,
excursion, ana liryce iook a
Unon landing, Bryco oxprcssea
light with his experience.
tbo Turkish frontier. .leader of the gangster gumblera from Ucrond time
Munv farces of warlike brigand . tho East sido nnd nroKiiectlvo witnemi In
chiefs lire now hurrying toward the tim trlul of Police Lleuteiiiint (ilmrlen
Turks over mountain trulls from Al- ;, Heeker, fur the murder of Herman
baiilu. Itimslun prutrnta have been filed llqsentlial, the gambler, on July 10, in
in Constantinople, demanding that tlio fruiit nf tlio Hotel Mutropolo, wlileh be-
Turks must keep tho Imrile in order glim touiurruw, wiu shot and killed )ut
or llussia will order pollen drafted for night, lie wim euteil In n trolley ear
that dUtrlct, over which lliisma elaluis wH'n Philip IliivliUou, who says be ! a
iirotiMJtorutu miller the mnu'e Iruuty fal . f,) ,pi,,.r, jiimpeil uu the running
luvni tli liitt ItiiMO TurkUli vim, lmril mid ilrml II10 fatal shut.
iiaiiptni i'iiim, iiuixiiMM .inn iin 1 imvmiuu iHupt'u 1 rum iuu mi huh iu
g) Hi, J'nttnnliuru, liui btwii rnllmj !t kWH, tut v nun tuuim, wohnhi in
hwd n aivlnluii of the UulurUii wrmy. baw.l, Uu uduiilleiJ the Imotluu, Mini
Uaar iVrdiUnml of UukurlM will he tSt Jlm,i it fur ihvoiicu. The iw
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Tiimii luMitilil left MoAa fur Utf'uf rmulvnr in u l'il jMJh Ullwy
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(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, October C (Special
to The Advertiser) Addiction to
intoxicating liquors by byiluoy JMoiy
when his car hit tlio machine driven
by Caleb S. Brngg, winner of tho raco,
is said tonight by physicians to bo as
good as can bo expected
Do Palma's main Injury consists of
nn abdominal puueturo and unless infection
set in, the chances aro bright
for his recovery.
Worthlngton, teacher of musie, nru
ncaux TWENTY-ONE YEARS
MtN' V N '
proved disastrous to his married life, '.TV" , ,
according to tho testimony of Mrs. 0LD STILL LAYb CUUb
Mnrion Worthlngton yesterday In Judge (
araham's court, prior to her receipt RObTON. Mnrshall Hatch of Nor-of
an interlocutory decree of divorce. ' wc IRH a iCu that is years
Mr. Worthlngton Is an aunt of Mrs. 0ld this summer nnd still lays eggs.
Henry Smart, who recently wns Tlielma Uuoxr nho is twenty-one," saya
Parker, of Honolulu. The decree mnkes Jinmhall, "Becnueo she was ono of a
Mrs. Worthingtnu n uivoreco jor inu potting of eggs that wns set by ruy
urn. vioriinumuii motner, and sue been uenn twenty 0110
fled thnt slnei her marring!' In Septem- yeara this summer."
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comn b rul. en In luviltli through nursing ylUir ,0 nil nloxcii, nud when vhe whs
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