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BRIDE TAKES HONEYMOON
1 ""Mrs. Chas. Olsen.
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When Mps. Chas. Olsen. arriv
ed in San Francisco recently, she
completed a 14,000-mile honey
moon ' trip from , Philadelphia
around Cape Horn. Mrs. Olsen
is the" bride 'of the sjdpp'er of the
crack fpur-masted-bark Jojm Ena.
Shejassed the 135days'during
the passage, of 'the--vessel in per
forming stupts that have-seldom
been accomplished 'by ft womam
While thaship wassloivly driv
ing along- in a light breee. a
thousand miles off the Urayilian
coast, the-bride seized her cemera
and had a toat lowered to afford
heian, opportunity to take a few
snapshots of the full-rigged ship-.
Baiting albatross was the most
exciting sport of the voyage. The
pretty-bride explained yesterday
how she had succeeded in captur-ing-fully
a dozen of the huge birds
with a string, a hook and a small
piece of food. Some, of the albatross-measured
16 feet from tip.to
tip pf the wings.
Mrs. Olsen passed her honey
moon aboard a vessel that: Is
noted throughout maritime cir
cles 'as the crack windjammer of
the worid. Besides being speedy
and capable of containing over
'5,000 tons of cargo, the John Ena
possesses accommodations that
can be equaled only on ocean lin-
iv in ivy
"Who-was Christopher Colum
bus?" "He, my son was the daring
navigator whodiscovered Ameri
ca. He 'found the land- we. live
"in." ' ' K '
"Had anybody lost 'it, maw?"
"He just came here and discov
"Yes, my child.'! , -
"Was anybody here j when he
"Yes, angelface, the aborigines,
or American Indians "as they are
"They were here, were thev?"
J "Then why didn't they discov