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WORLD'S BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
GOES TO BOSTON RED SOX
Bcdicnt and Wood Pitch Boston Americans to
Victory in Decisive Game of Series-Errors
Cfost Giants' Game.
(llr 1'nteral Virlf Trtrsrii'h )
BOSTON', Massachusetts, October 10.
(Special to The Advertiser) V c
greatest gsmo in tho nnnnls of bascl all
in Boston wn captured by tlio home
tonrn this afternoon liy tlio score of
three to two, when tlio support of
Christy Mathewson fnlloil liim In tlic ,
pinch ami Mil error eiirdilpd the Hcl
Box to tie Uip score nnd filially win the
It wns a eotlv nnilT of n fly bnll on
the part 01 ouineiuer omniums "
paved tlie wny to the flnnl rally tlial
swept MalhowVnn, the pitcher of ninny
it elne panic, oft" his feet, and u.ve tlie
edd oount of the great scries to the i
American Lenguo team.
The enme, lioennse of t'to nttpution
focused on '' and owing to thc'dcs'ier ,
nto playing of the teim the pnt three
days pnwrt into history ns the most1
famous exhibition of tlio National gnmo I
Twice vietory vn within tho grasp
of "Mnttv" but his team-mates let it
slip beyoml them.
The Game, b7 Innings.
First innins. New York Dovoro
ont, Wngncr (m) to atnhl (lb). Doyle
aut Ramo way. Snodgms walked.
Snoilpra8 safe at second, Wanner drop,
ping Cndy's (c) throw to entcli him
stcnlini'. Murray out, Gardner (lib)
to Stahl. No
Iloton 'loopcr out, to Merklo (lb)
Manager of tho victorious Hed Sox 'una
Who pitched the ina,)or portion of yesterday's
championship giuno for tho
slbkstcilc sk sfc fc ?tc tk lc tc lc Jc lc f rf & sic totc4c sickle sic sic
to Mathowton lo Iltrzoij No
Seventh Inning. Now Yqrh
'o slu'eil lentPr; Do .'ore forced
Mathewson, Ilodicnt to W.;iur; Jtiijlo
Hied 1o Wagner; Pevor tnl.';
gras out, Wvit to Stnh1 " o rm.s
Itoston Gardner (lied to Snodprnss;
Staid sincted to left: W.iciir wnlked:
tiif' for Hedirut, dniljKl t li!, n-pr
lfli; Stahl. Wagner third.
Hooper (lied to Sno'Kr, 133. on.i v.m
Eighth inning. -New Yo k Wood
now pitching for Iloston. N'n.r'.iy (lie 1
to Stnhl; Merklo out to'tliprd;
Herzog singled to rU;lit; Meyi rs out,
Yorkis to Stah1. N.i nun.
Boston Yerkes out, Ileizog to
to Mnthowson; Speaker out, Doylo
to Morklo; Lcvis out, Fletcher to
Merkle. No runs.
Ninth inning. Jcw York
Club. Iloston Schnefcr replaced Fletcher
nt short for New York Gardner (lied
iniasibteri. Y- kn. liiiiucd. Speaker to Snodgr.iss; Stahl doubled to left;
to rijl't nnd raachod becontl Vngncr (lied to Dovoro; Cady Hied to
when Doy'e (!) fumbled Devoio's (rf) Murray. No runs,
throw. tjCw!f fanned. iso rnus. Tenth inning. New York
New York Merkle ernSs out, Wood to Stahl; Murray
llorecg ll'dl to KioiUcr (cf). doubled to loft field bleachers; Morklo
life on i,iir.m: s (,ii,) singled to center and on Speaker's
hie. I.ielohcr in center Cadv's fumbled Murray scored, Merklo tnkin
tliro'v to Wagner 'in off t): second, llorzog fanned; Moycrs out,
ling lint Wagner fti .Met'ii Ycrkes to St.ihl. One run.
nig third, rieUher took sjcmid. llo.ston Engie batting for Wood,
MiitliewFPii Ciel to neaker. N runs, took second on Snodgrass' miiir of his
Hoton Oarluer walked. Stahl forced fly; Hooper (lied to Snodgrass; Ycrkes
fcnrdiw. Doyle- to I 1 leher (ss). Wag- wnded; Speaker singled to right,
ner fliiRlri to Wt. Cady died to ing Kngle, Yerkes taking third nnd
Merkle. Iledicnt out, Doy.e to Mcrk'c. Speaker taking second on throw-in.
'Nmr,"T. , ,. , Lewis walked, filling Tlio bases. Gard-
Tiird innluer. New W Dcvoro perilled to Dovoro, scoring Ycrkes.
walked; Iioyle out, Gardner to Stahl; Two runs.
Suod; r r out to StMi'. .inasslsted, Do- And Boston had captured tho 1012
j ore t.iknv third; Mnriny doubled to world's chaiupiopshlp by winning its
left eniter so mg )or.; Mirklo out. fmirii, ,,. b
Wnpner to Stnhl. One run.
lo:tcn t. Dnle to Merkle:
Y cries out. M tVwson to .Merklo; BOSTON
Speikc fanned. No runs. Hooper, rf.
Fourth inning. w York Hcrzog Vcrkcs, 2b.
dm bled o 1 ft v vP'sout Gnrlner to Speaker, cf.
StaM, Ilcrzog taking third; Fletcher '-owls, If.
ilicd to Gardner; Mathewson (lied to Stnhl, lb.
jr i?S5 X.'tpS'KS
SMOKEY JOE" WOOD
j l nuy, e.
1 1 pdient, .
1 ivoou, p.
Snodgrass, cf. .
Scors by Innings.
New York R H E
001000000 12 a 2
Boston R II 10
0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 23 S 3
Hciidriksen batted for Bcdicnt.
Summary Stolen bses, Snodgrass,
Devore. Two-unite "hits, Murray (2),
Herrog, Hciidriksen, Stahl. Sncrilico
hit, Meyers. Struck out, by Mathow-1-011
4, by Bcdicnt 2, by Wood 2. First
base on bulls, off Bedicnt 3, off Wood
1, off Mathewson 5. One run nnd 0
hits off Bedicnt in 7 innings.
BASEBALL AND POLITICS
KEEP PEOPLE QUIET
Between discussing the victory of
With his little daughter, tho pet of the the Red Sox and attending political
Red Sox. , meetings these days, few people have
1 time to go wrong. Consequently, thero
.. ., has been little doing about tho police
Hooper, No runs. station.
Bo'toii Lewis out, Fletcher to A small family row caused thrco
Gardner doubled to center, but was rets for assault und buttery; Kuni Mol
' " i'miu hjiiik i 11, is in tno ennrgeu wnu recciv
grass to Doylo to Herzog; Stuhl fanned.
Fifth irni"7 p-- York Mathewson
jingled to infield. Dovoro out, stealing,
Cudy to Wfiguer: Ilp1e infield to Hooper.
Hnodgratia sinijUd to left; .'iurrjy
fouled lo '1 'v No
Boston Wagner (lied to Murray;
fady filed lo Murray; Bodimit Iliad to
Ilnnre. No rims.
Sixth Inning. NW York Morkle
ified to Hooper; Hor?og rutj Wspner to
rftnhl; Meyers walked; Fletcher tanned.
Boston Hooper iK)iel ti Merklpj
ing stolen goods; Louis Rodriguez la
charged with a serious olTcuso against
tho codo of moral honor, whilo Bob
Wilcox, no relation to the late delegate
to congress, was hold for Investigation,
ns were 11U0 Rafolo, E. B. Murray und
Captain Sonic, who gave up tho sea
to becuiuo proprietor of tho Knsh,
it becuiuo tho Clarion, retired from
that lino of trade to liecoino a I.aiuil
rancher. Ho rompletetl his two years'
poutrnet with tho La mil Company a
time 11 en nnd is now nttnebod to
TerkAs singlml w.i,kid;,tie stuff of the Parker Rumli. Thi
Lewis filed: Hpinker to l. I V io,l rni.tiiin looks well and feels as well
? king third. Yerkes eu.i.'.lit oT tliiri; us ho looks.
m,r" '1 I WKM535HI2 J 5 'i - ' "i3
HVWAIIAN I ' i. ini'.iu x. 1"l.!
Crisis in Colonel's
Will Only Be Reached
by Philip llooscvclt, a cousin . nnd the
ion. Tlic coionei, no sam, is 1101 uhhij
with Sehrankc, but feels impatient towards
the man who nttempted his lifo.
When Colonel Hooscvclt nwoko today
his first thought was of tho arrival
of Mrs. Hoosovclt and tho other members
of his fnmily. Ho wanted his
clothes prepared, so ho could get out of
bed and greet his wife. If tho doctors
would permit it, the colonel would pat
a hearty breakfast
After oxaminliiD: his pulse. Doctor
Murphy said that thoro wns no
able change in his condition. 1I8
sk, batting for Schaefer, Hied to 1
ns; AlatliewMon fanned; Dovoro physicians are hr
walked; Doyle out, Ycrkes to Stahl. No
lavirnr a hard time fore-
no- Colonel Roosevelt to bo quiet. Ho
wants to invito everyone to his room
and talk politics.
Telegrams and cablegrams of sympathy
nnd congratulation are arriving in
Iho hospital at an avcrago of one hun
dred hourly. The doctors, lidwovcr, aro
permitting mm to seo uut iow 01 mu
Mrs. Roosovelt Arrives.
Mpi Thenilorn Roosevelt. Miss Ethol
Roosovolt, Theodore Roosovelt Jr. and
Doctor Lambert, Colonel Roosevelt's
brother in law, arrived in Chicago this
mnrnim' from New York. They alight
ed from tho train at seven o'clock and
hurried nt once to tho hospital, whero
thoy saw the colonel without delay.
Tho physicians are intercepting all
packages addressed to tho colonel containing
Colonol Roosovelt spent last ovening
reading and conversing with his
Alice, tho wifo of Representative
Nicholas Longworth of Cincinnati. Ho
dropped o!T to sleep at nine o'clock,
awnking nn hour and a half later greatly
refreshed. Then he called for his
razor and shaved himself
"It's n habit I liavo ncnuired," ho
explained to tho nurses. "Unless I
shaved myself before retiring, I
wouldn't bo able to sleep."
The colonol shaved himself wlnio
nrnnnrd 1111 in bed. Then he dropped
off again into a restful sleep for tho
remainder ot tlic mgnt.
Bullets Not Poisoned,
(llv Vlrr.t Telecrnph )
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, October
10, (Specinl to Tho Advertiser) Analysis
of the bullets remaining in tho
revolver which John Schrnnko used to
shoot Col. Theodore Roosovelt showed
that the bullets had not been poisoned.
Must Stay in Hospital
CHICAGO. October 17. (By Asso-
ciatcd Press Cable) Colonel Roosovelt
was resting easily nt nn enrly hour this
morning. It is now assured by his
physicians that lie will probably remain
in the hospital for nt least a week
Was Bom in Bavaria.
NEW YORK, October 10. (By Associated
Press Cablo) Investigations
carried on hero by the secret service
and other agents have discovered that
Schranko was born in Bavaria, that ho
enmo to America ns nn immigrant at
the ago of nine. Both his father and
grandfather, it is stated, were of unsound
No Political Affiliations.
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, October
10. (By Associated Press Cable-)
John Schrnnkc, the assassin of
Colonel Roosevelt, wns questioned
by tlio police today in an effort to
discover if theje wns anything liko n
plot to tnke tho President's life.
Sclirnnkc absolutely denies nny political
whatsoever, stnting that he
belongs to no order or band of anarchists,
nihilists, socialists or nnythiug of
the hind. He ascribes his act to a
"study of hUtorv."
(Bv VV.l.ml Wlrpln Tfltjrajih.)
POD0ORITZA. Montenegro. October
?Si3?aBa STRAW VOTE SHOWS STRAIGHT
lh rnfltnUfMlirU THffcl.
Hvu Mean War. I
U)N1KIN. (letoHor )- (Hporlll. to
The Tbf RrtMna govrrn
, went hna ftrdMd Its mlnitttr m Con-,
rtaiititienl to nrrHnge for his
dnH(flntf. A dlMli itrm by
j the &rvmn li(titiHH todny myt the
I Her via n eoinnili In Turkey lto have
I been ordered to leave.
Turkey Takes Offensive.
("OXSTANTINOl'I.B. Oetober 10.
Condition n' 1'roM Cable) With
3hysicians Having a Hard Time
Keeping Their Patient
CIUOAQO, October 16
! clal to Tho Advertiser) Tho
fourth rib on tho right sido of
Colonel Roosevelt's body was
fractured by tho bullet which
struck him in Milwaukee on
Monday night. This becamo
known today, after members of
his family had visited him.
Tho fractured rib, it was ex-
plained, had caused tho patient's
pain in breathing, previously
noted by tho surgeons.
(By Fedcrot VTirelns Tclecrnph.)
CHICAGO, Octobor 10. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The crisis in Colonel
Roosovelt's condition will como Friday,
not until then; Dr. Scurry Terrell admitted
hero this afternoon.
"Could the problem of the wound be
determined f" asked n reporter.
"If thero is danp;er of blood poisoning
or lockjaw," Doctor Torrell said,
"it will bo indicntcd Friday by tho
nrcsenco of pus. If thero is no indica
tion of pus, then tho colonel will again
bo practically a well man several clays
later. It is impossible, of course, to
forecast developments, but there is
nothing at present to indicate an unfavorable
Colonel Itoosovclt's feeling towards
Schrnnkc, tho man who attempted his
life, was expressed here this afternoon
-.! .. . .-i . ..
( nuy Ilieil to Fletcher; Ucmlriksen, bat- former rrcsident's travclinp;
iiiu uiiiuni inBsim'ui ui ilio Jinunii lTlir
oft" its handu, Turkey In midline
to loono it full military foieo
on tlio llnlkan Stnten.
Today tlio Porto inucil nn iiltlmntum
denmnilinc tlvnt (Irecco and the other
countries retract their InsultUiiz notea
REUNION AT BEDSIDE within twenty-four hour or Turkey
win inane iiuincuinio rcprmai.
Bulgaria Declares War.
LONDON, October 16. (Uy Asocl.
nted l'rcpi Cable) It is reported that
n declaration of war has fornmlly been
published In Sofia, capital of Bulgnrla.
(Uv Tederal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN Octofier in.
flly Fcdernl Wirelrsi Teernpti.) I (Special to Tlio Advertiser) Mrs.
O, Cceil M. Haskins stated positively
l i nn t sue is yet pngiiKeii in spiio ot v
the news from Honolulu that .T. H.
I.iglitfoot 1ms denied tho engage-
"1 haven cablegram from Bert,"
said Mrs. Haskins, "In which ho
tells mp that ho has no intention
of breaking the engagement and
that tho particulars of tlio story
have bcenvwrittcn me, to arrive
hero on tho mail brought by the
stpnmshlp China. sje
"You seo I'm sti'l wearing his
ring and I wouldn't do that if I
were not engaged." .
(By Federal "Wireless Telfcraiih.)
NEW YORK; Octobor 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser With tho
today of Mrs. Herman Rosenthal,
tho State expected to rest its case
against Police Lieut. Chnrlcs D. Becker,
en trial for Rosenthal's murder on July
10 in iront ot tuo Hotel Mctropolc.
Mrs. Rosenthal told tho story of her
husband's business relations with
Becker simply and' without emotion.
Becker nnd licruisband, slio said, were
on tho friendliest terms until they disagreed
over money mutters in connec
tion with a gambling house of which
flic said Becker and Rosenthal were
Mrs. Rosenthal's examination ' was
mild nnd slio left tho witness stand
with hor story unshaken.
Saw Graft Money Paid.
NEW YORK. October. 10. (By Asso
ciated Press Cable) Tho divorced wife
of Herman Rosenthal, tho murdered
gambler, today testified in tho murder
caso against Police Lieutenant Becker
Hint sho saw Rosenthal pay graft money
over to "Bald .Tack" ltosc,i who has
confessed that be wns tho go-between
for Becker nnd tho protected gamblers.
Ilnrry Pollack, tho well-known sport-,
ing man, testified that ho had secreted
Roso nftcr tho Rosenthal murder, declaring
that ho had looked after Roao
at Becker's orders.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, California,
October 10. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
The Australian Rugby team
played tho Stanford team today. Stanford
won by a scoro of 13 to 12.
PROGRESSIVES ON BALLOT.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, October
10. (Bj- Associated Press Cable)
The State supreme court today handed
uuwn u upuuiuiug tuu rigut
Progressive candidates for State
and national olficc to a plnco on tho
MEXICO CITY, October 10. (By As
sociated Press Carblo) A new and sen
sational phaso wns given to tho Mexi
can situation today when, in tho shndow
of tho government buildings in the national
capital, police, soldiers nnd marines
deserted the federal forces to join
tho revolution started by Gen. Felix
Diaz, nephew of ox President Porfirio
The saloons, banks and many shops
have closed. Tho city is tranquil, m
spito of tho evident strength of the now
IS 1 GoilS
BUT A BAD HUSBAND
After having once dodged a bullet
from 11 rule aud sustained bruises from
tho fists of Abel Rogers for tho past
two years, Libbie Rogers has sued, fgr
divorce. Mrs. Rogers' libel complaint
bristles with items of abuse which Mr.
Rogers, who is nn cmpioyo at S'chofiold
Barracks at $2 a day, is alleged to
Mrs. Rogers, in her complaints, gays
they were mnrrlcd Juno 10, 1910, at
Wniluku, Maui, and that there is ono
child, nged seven years. Tlio mother
explains this apparent discrepancy by
stating that tf or several years tkocoiinlo
hud lived together as man nnd wife,
and that during alt these years prior
to their marriage ho was well behaved,
but since the marriage ho has usod his
fists upon her and beat her until she
was uhielc und blue.
bhe asks for a decree of divorce and
to be awarded any relief tho court
might think proper,
10, 1012, Lucy Humoku to Robert
Apnu, both of Honolulu.
WORTH TWENTY TIMES ITS COST.
Ono bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy goes a
long ways toward rollovlng suffering
humanity. It is bettor than any
prescription, and worth twenty
times its cot in cases of diarrhoea,
cramp colic or dysentery, which are
10. (Special to The Advertlier) The , liable to come on ruudonly nt this sea'
fortress 01 liouiin, the last between ' son of the year, lor sale by Jlonson
Tuehl and Scutari, he surrendered to Smith & Co., Ltd., agonts for Hawaii.
TICKET HAS NO REAL BACKING
Restaurant Vote favors Roosevelt, Kuhio, Fern,
Jarrett, Dowsett, Rcnton and Coke
A Fair Test.
(From Wendnesday Advertlier)
A noon poll of six of the principal cafos of the city Wai wade yesterday
by The Advertiser, thrco hundred ballots being distributed 'among that ninny
voters, as they enmo, aud two hundred nnd nine of them were marked and
returned. Tho was taken in tho Union Grill, Nolto's, tho Young
Cafe, Palm, Manhattan nnd the Y. M. C. A. cafeteria.
This first straw vote bears out what The Advortisor has noted, namely
that this Is not going to he n year of straight ticket voting. Of the moro
than two hundred votes recorded, only twenty-four ballots wero marked
Whnt may bo the most surprising thing about tho result" of tho Btraw
voto is tho fact thnt tho decided preference of tho lunclicrs Is shown to bo
for Roosovelt for President, with Wilson second nnd Taft only a fair third.
Tho balloting for President hliowed: Roosovelt, S3; AVlHon, 07; Taft, 50.
Kuhio has it over McCnudless by two to ono.
The combined Republican' voto on the mayoralty is ahead of the Democratic
vote by forty-two, but divided between Parker and Hustace it gives
Fern a plurality of ten over Parker. This straw certainly shows which way
tho wind blows nnd emphasizes tho fact that Hustace 's candidacy will only
menu tho defeat of Parker, with Hustace tailing third. The voto as recorded
yesterday is: Fern, 85; Parker, 73; Hustace, 52.
Tho shrievalty is overwhelmingly for Jarrett, tho straw vote giving him
three to one, tlio totals being: Jnrrctt, 140; Cnptain Parker, G5.
The three favored candidates for the senate aro Dowsett, Rentou and
Coke, tho three running neck and neck away ahead of the hunch. Wirtz and
Cohen aro about tied, the latter holding fifth place.
Voters Took to It.
, Xo notification that a straw vote was to bo taken hnd boon given but tho
representatives of Tho Advertiser received a welcome everywhere they appeared
with their ballots with tho exception of the Palm Cafe. Tho taking
of n straw ballot there was looked upon ns a very suspicious actioa by tho
fair cashier, while the patrons nt the lunch tables were also found kaualun,
only four out of the whole number marking tho ballots handed them. Tho
Grill, Nolto's, the Young and the Y M. C. A. entered into tho spirit of tho
affair and the ballots from these places wero carefully marked. Many of tho
Manhattan voters carried their marked ballots carefully away with them.
A synopsis of the voting is given in the following table:
Roosevelt '.. 33
Wilson . . . . , 22
For Delegate to Congress:
Clark , 4
McCnndless ". . . 23
For Senators, Oahu:
Tnukea '. ., J2
ICnlauoknlani Sr. ........... 0
Knleiopu . ......:.,;. .1. '. ... . -.10
Wirtz ,.., '2S
For Mayor: ,
Parker, Col. Sam....; 27
Parker, Capt. Robert 10
Total balloti cast 77
TO COUSIN JOE"
Colonel Parker Says He's Had
Job of Mayor Long
The speeches of Col. Sam Parker und
George F. Rcnton were the features of
tlio Republican meeting lust night, at
the corner of Fort aud School streets.
Tho genial colonel paid his compliments
to Charles Hustace, independent rival
candidate, and said that Mayor Parker
would give Hustace a luau after election.
Ronton, in n finely delivered
speech, spoke for tlio Republican cnuso
in Very effective terms. Tho audience
was not n largo one, and more than half
of those present wero women and children.
Tho music attracted them before
the hour of meeting, and they took thk
chairs provided by the Republican committed,
Colonel Parker referred to Mayor
Fern, his Democratic opponent, ns
"Cousin Joe," nnd remarked that tlie
said cousin had had the oflice of mayor
a long time. Ho thought that ho could
fill it himself, as a Republican, to good
"I saw Charley Hustnco the other
day," said 'the colonel, "nnd told him
that he was a dog in the manger. We
shook hnnds, and I told him he couldn't
be elected. 1 told him to keep 011 and
run anyhow, nnd that after I was elected
mayor I would give him a luau."
Renton Talks Business.
George F. Renton, enndiduto for senator,
spoko of tho progressive plans of
"Wo all want tho sanio, thing," he
said, "and thnt is tlio general prosperity
of the community. Wo want to
seo realized the hopes of the Hundred
Thousand Club. Wo wnut to seo square
dealing in business and in politics.
Straightforwardness and square dealing
and adhering to one's word, Is what we
all want in politics ns well as in business."
Mr. Renton said that new issuo wero
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As the meeting progressed manv of
the speakers left for Aiea, where" the
Republicans were holding another meeting,
at which there was lilso a long list
of scheduled speakers. Tho leaders for
this meeting wero J. W. Cathcart, Capt.
1?. W. Parker, .Tames Bicknoll, E. K.
Fernandez, D. K. Notlo3', F.. II. Paris
and Andrew Cox. Many of them appeared
and made addresses, and Bomo
of them hastened away from tho meeting
in timo to appcar'beforo tho meeting
While tho Republicans wero meeting
at Fort and School streets, the Democrats
hnd a gathering a short distance
away, at School nnd Lililia streets, and
many of tho politicians drovo back and
forth from 0110 meeting to the other. A
comparison of the two crowds did not
givo any cheer to the Republicans.
Mrs. Henry Smart, formerly Miss
Thelma Parker, is going to travel a
while with her youthful husband, and
wba't do you suppose that she is going
to do with the narrow margin of leisure
peoplo rulo off for themselves when
they are traveling? asks the San Francisco
News Letter of October 5. In tho
first place slio is going.'to stretch that
margin until it's quite an impressive
spnec. In the uext plnce, she is going
to fill it In with books on political
Fancy tho greatest heiress of all Hawaii
caring a whoop hula for such dry
But Doris Bradford, her best friend,
has gone back to Bryu Mawr, and Dons
is studying all that sort of thing, so
the very sweet nnd serious minded
young bride doesn't see why she should
not study somo of those things, too,
Wen if she did get married instead of
going to college. Moreover, her husband
went to tho University of Virgi-inn,
nnd as he's not yet twenty-one,
hasn't been out of college loug enough
to forget much that he learned, so the
bride is perfectly sure that thoy will
spend "just loads of time studying together."
DEATH OF MRS. ENGLISH.
Tho death of Mrs. Clara Loulso English,
widow of Frank M. English, who was
fncing the people at present, and that 1 killed In a railway accident 111 Colo
tho Republican party was meeting them
fnirly. Ho asked that the voter support
the candidates of that party wi...
a view to a proper tolutlou of the va
rious problems presented.
rado some timo ago, took' place In the
l'nelflo Sanitarium shortly after midnight
this morning. Mrs. English had
benu sick for about ten days, the cuuto
of death being congestion of the .uugn
The other speaker wcdiiled for the following 1111 ueute ttek of ssthmn.
vvnuiK wro A. 8. KoMopu, George llm funeral will jirobully be
Smithies, D. Kalaiiokulani Jr., Charles
'Outer. A. Q. Murcnllmo, C. u. ilart
'et r. A. Long, J. H, Enos and ' N.
afternoon. Mrs. 1'iilnli uu the
of Mr Allnn Herbert Dr.
bt. P. II. Walters w m her brother
linl.iw She left no Immediate ami),