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GUATEMALA'S RICHEST YOUNG HEIRESS
SURRENDERS TO CUPID AT SEA
-Mrs. Moulton de Asturias
San Francisco, Cal. In an ardent
romance of the sea the -wealthiest
heiress-of Guatemala,-Mrs. G. Moul
ton de Asturias, a 22-year-old widow,
lost her heart to Jose R. Duke, an
other millionaire, and son of a San
Salvador capitalist, during a recent
voyage which brought them to this
Before the City of Para had
steamed through half a dozen moon
lit nights Mrs. de Asturias and her
attentive fellow passenger had
reached a tender understanding, cul-"
minating in. betrothal.
The De Asturias family of Gaute
mala is famed as the richest in that
country, its possessions comprising
vast plantations and estates together
with large apartment properties on
Riverside drive, in New York city.
Some scientist has discovered that
roses fall' in love immorally. We sin
cerely hope 'he doesn't start investi
gating pumpkin and muskmelon af-