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KEWPIE OF SOUTH SEA ISLE COMES UP TO SEE
THE UNITED STATES
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little Jinjmie Paxson, First White Child Born on Christmas Tsland in th
South Seas, and His Mother.
San FranoiscO. Little Jlmmle
Paxson, kewpie of the South Sea
islands, has come up to have hfg first
look at the U. S. Nearly 9 months
old, Jimmie was the first-White child
born on Christmas island. Down
where the Polynesians live Jitnmie is
regarded as a wonderful boy, with
his fair s'kin and yellow hair.. They
call him the "kewpie."
Jimmie's mother brought him to
Visit hid grandma, who lives at Oak
land, across the bay from here His
father is S. J. Paxson, superintendent
of a cocoanut' plantation on Christ
HAVE HOLD ON BALL POOL?
In the arrest of Harry B, Nabor of
Chicago in Cincinnati, DlS't Att'y
Clyne behoves the federal authorities
are in a fair way to break Un a jrltron
tie baseball pool which hag flourished
all summer. Nabor conducted an of-
flee at 20 E. Jacksdn blvd rinfler the
name of Mack & Cov It is said he
tried to appoint a postal inspector as
his agent m Cincinnati.
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Cheer up. We learn the pries of
salted peanuts will not advance