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OL MI.NO.66 BERY. P0. TUMS DAY. A.UGUST 14. 1900).TWO AWE.$1OAYAI
O SHOW LANAHAN'S AGENT
WAS NOT COLE L. BLEASE. -
enator Tillman's Statement at John.
ston Brings Forth Affidavits to
Exonerate Newberry Senator.
each McGlhee in the State.
Union, Aug. 1 1-AU . the caipaigni
leeting today Mr. Blease annoiuneed
that the s(atement 11d heen madc
on the st ump that Lana
han 's paid agent was a iiember. of tle
dispensary investigating committee,
Said he: ''I am a member of that com
mittee and Mr. Lyon is a member. I
owe it to imly friends as well as to my
self to produce some affidavits dpon
that question. I do not know to whom
Mr. Parker referred nor do I know
whose niame lie would have called if
the committee hand imade him testify.
.1 now ask Mr. Lyon, who was col
ducting the investization, if he knew
w1hom Parker would have namel?'"
Mr. Lyn: '' l)o you w%ant me to an
swer that.<question now, Mr. Blease?'
Mr. Blease: '' Yes, sir, rilit now.
Mr. Lyon: ''Then, 1'ellow citizens,
I should like to state concerning that
testimony that Mr. Parker (lid not. tell
me I)eforeiand what lie would testify.
Nor has lie since told ine. So I do
not, know whio lie would have named.'
''Thein,'' contiiued Mr. Blease, ''I
hope that the mai who made the
charge on the stump will correct the
impression which lie gave, just as lie
expected,aiiother Alan t6 correct anl
impression made by his suggestion,
-when it w%-as found incorrect.
When Mr. L. W. Parker was on the
tand before the inivestigitinl.g commillit
ee lie stated that the Baltimore liquor
1an, Lanahan, had told him of the
4employment of a high State olicial to
represent him in get ting business from
the dispensary. He asked that the
committee do not require him to give
the name of the man whom iLanalyan
mentioned, and the committee was
divided oii the matter. Senator Chris
tensenl and Represent at ives Spivey
and Lyon voted to compel Parker to
name tle man. Senators Hay and
Blease and Representatives Gaston
and Fraser voted not -to compel Par
ker to give time name.
At Johnston last week, Saturday.
Augnst 4, Senator Tillman in a speech
stated lie had leard it rumored that
this agent of Lanahan's v,as a mnein
ber of the investigatinug eomniittee.
None of the committee hand until
yesterday noticed this statement,
which was the same rumor that was
current in Columbia at the tfine that
Mr. Parker's test-imony was given.
Yestei-day. Senator Blease madc
public affidavits to show that lie was
not the agent, of Lanahan referred to.
Mr. Blease has requested The State
to publlishi copies of these affidavits,
State of Marylandl-City of Bait i
Personally came before me Samuel
J1. *Lanahian, who being sworni, says
that lie never told Lewis W. Parkeir,
or' any other person, that Cole. L.
Blhease was ini his emp)loy, or was emi
ployed to look after his interest in
the whiskey busindss in South Caro
lina, and as a matter of fact, lie did
not have Cole L. Blease so emp1loyed.
(Li. S.) Augustus W. Bradford,
State of South Carolina-County of
Personally came before me .Jodie M.
Rawvlison who, b)eing duly sworn, says
that lie is a member of the State hoard
of directoirs of the South Carolina dis..
pensar'y, and that Cole L. Blease has
never directly nor indirectly solicited
business or' asked that purchiases be
made from Samuel Lanahan or any
other party engaged in selling whis
key or othlier ar'ticles to the State (is
Jodie M. Rawlison.
Sworn to before ine Ihis 4thI August,
W. T p nins~ (L.S.).
j PROTECTING HIS DAUGHTEP
Anderson County Farmer Killed I
n Man Who Was Visitor In
e A special to the State fromt Aid
:ionl on iiiday says, Mr. Thomas
Drake. a highly respected farier Ii
iii. thiree miles below the city, wv
Zshot alnd ilstanltl killed last night
. 12 o'clock byi Allen 4Itersoni, a1 gua11
di on thle co4unity chingang~1i.r
It is alleged tiat 1 MIr. Drake I'mil
Em'Ilersml in) a1 cmillwoIpisi pl o msitil
with his dallu"hter. tIe immllediatc
1. so,-etired a shotiun and entered t
roil. irin gI on(e tiie11 imd -razing P1
ersol onI tle side of his body. Eit
sol, woi) w%,at.s armed, seized his pisl
and fired at Drake. The ball enter
his body, passing tlrolgh.1 the re"i
f of tle heart aid cuisiig instait deni
- ,iiiEersoii came to the county j
1. about 2 o'clock and --ave iimeslf
s to tite jailer. When Sheriff (Ire
(I was iiotified if tlie tragedy lie-ma
arrat-neents I- Pr'lEmerson tak
. to 1 neih '' . lilv jll for pli
d tectit'n. ' : were nm thr-Ma's
e lyn hiee -. ' 1 kn!winl- till detrmiilr
y tioni e 1, )I:-kes and t1 e senime
yi of th'' cc cp!e c i te neiglhborihood,.
11h1,h11 omater f wemitimln,
wI.ol t'l -- t seind lersmn iw
Thlle is inelns" feeling !_.ver the ki
r, in. -. but ihere is lic reasln c tit belie
thIa the law will IoIt he alloweIl
take ils c Aurse. Mr. Drake was a li
ly V-teeied eilizeni. le was et4
tlise few mIen whoe) had never in.
eie4.1if.s aid everylody liked him.
. Cha r>stIon. Au. 12.-A spee
Is lirom1 Andersi says: T. V. I)-ake
e promineit far-Ier ,I- tihisi (coility, n
)_ shot aId ;instalntly killed ahout Im
is i!.hIl satm;lav I'y .1. A.\11 Emet0rs1
r1 a Cous[inl. (lhe 1ri.-edyv occuiring- inl I
i- bedrooi of Drake's daughter. E,4
e son, wlio caie to Anderson imim
I. iatelY after tle shoot.im'. suirrendei
11r aid said thiat Drake, eitering t
rooi at a1 late h1our1 aln( fiiding". I
tlhere hadl opened fire and that lie,
3, self defeice shot Drake. Both i
were well known in Anderson. Dra
was 5) years old and was prosperc
alid respected. Emerson. who is
held a minior couilty p)ositionl. 't
dauglter who was with" Emerson
f tile time of the shootinlg left for pal
s A System for Keeping Young.
e I lere is a Sum1111ary'' wril
Harriet Martin in the New Idea N
s man's Magazine for September, "oi
r number of rules that can keep t
- busiest, the most beautiful, the plai
e est, the cleverest, the stupidest wom
r young all her life: Have a conseic
r I determination to keep sweet mentall
r. a determination to use your braii
few or many as the ease may be,
t, developl tliei in every possible way
order that your increasing mentali
as the years pass, may show inl vo
ctiI(1ience hav a~ deteCrmiinat ii
having developed your braiins, so
us~e them that your words aind actio
f may be sensible and therfore suital
to your timne of 'life, and that yo
.(dress may evidence a fineness of tas
a in keepinig with youvr g'eerat go
e Ijudigmient. Htaving thus attended
-te onily' part of youir life over whli
s lyou mreal ly have the resp)onsib)ilii
ir a wait evenits, niever at tempjt to hur
- them, remembering that 'thy fate
e hurrying after thee.'
r " The reason t hat so maniy jokesa
r made about woman 's age lies main
~. in tier strtng depenidence on tier tool
IMeni, vain as they are, are vain mec
i, of their strength than aiiythiing el
Strength does not fade as do womer
(harnms, such nma dheliente beauty al
slenlderness of form. Soie meni g<
ting on ini year.s have the advantat
Juist as sooni as wvomen in their too
e --face andi figure and dress-lea
r how to become more ratther than Iec
attrActive, the joking will ense.''
- A poor excuse is worse thani noe
SI'I understand that tie is a en
I firmed Blioliophile, '' said the Bost
' "Well, lie may have been, '' repli
Ii her Chicano cousin, ''1but lie's oni I
wi rc wagon,i now.' '--Columbus D)
e .\d yu n alwa :t~mys 'tet fill ime;isi
State of South Carolina-County c
Personmally came before mne Jolh
Black who, being duly sworti, sal
that lie is a member of the Stat
board of directors of the South Can
lind dispensary, and that Cole I
Blease has never directly nor ind
rectly solicited business or asked fll
irehases be made from Samuel ,
Lanaihan, or1 any other party engage
.i selling whiskey or other ariles I
he St"tate dispenlsalry.
Sw,,ru to before me this Atuist
A. I). 1906.
IV.- Boyd 107rans(..,
Notary Public South Carolina.
State of South Carolina-County
Personally came before ile Jos. 1
Wylie who, being duly sworn, sa3
that lie is a member of the State boar
board of' directors of the South Can
penlsary. and that Cole ,. Blease i
neVerl, diree tly nor indirectly solicite
business or asked tha111 prases l1
made from Samuel .1. Lannhan or an
other p',arty enlgaged inl selling whiske
.r other articles to tle State dispel
Jos. B. Wylie.
Sworn to before me this August
C. 1. Befts (L.S.),
N. P). for S. C.
State of South Carolina-County <
Personally came before me 11. 1
lIaN11s who, being duly sworn. sa1
that lie was a member of the Stai
boan1l of directors of the South Can
finta dispensary, and that during h
term of' service Cole L. Blease neith<
direetlyt nor indirectly solicited bus
ness nor asked that purchases be mad
from Samuel J. Laniahani or anmy oth<
party engaged ill selling whiskey c
other articles to the State dispetisar:,
Sworn to before me this Aunust
A. T. Brown (L. S.),
Mayor of Newherry, S. C.
Stiate of South Carolina-County c
Persomially came before me Jno. Be
Towill who, being duly 4worn, sa3
that lie was a member of the Stat
bmid of directors of tle South Car<:
Him dispensa rY, and that during hi
term of service Cole I. Blease neith
directly nor indirectly solicited bus
ness n1or' asked that purchases be mad
from Samuel J. Lanahan or any othe
party engaged in sellinlg whiskey c
othe articles to telh State dispensar:
John Bell Towill.
Sworn to before ie this Aulgust
A. C. .Joneis (L.S.),.
N. P. lor' S. C.
Slate of' SouthI Carolinia-Counity C
Per?lsontally camel) befotre mhe L. V\
hot he was a miteme of the Stat
board'( of' dirctors of lie South Cart
li na dispensary, and( that during hi
term of' service Cole L. Bllease neithe
dir'ect ly n1or indirectly sOleitedl b)usi
ness or asked that purchases be mad
fr'om Samuel .J. Lanahan or ally othe
per'sont engagedI in sellinig whiskey r
other articles f'or' the State dispensar"
6. WV. Boykin.
Sworn to before me this August
F. RI. Alexander (Li. S.),
N. P. tor' S. C.
Death of Mrs. Salter.
'lTren ton, Aug. 10.-'Mrs. CJhar'lott
Salter' was buied at the Ebenoze
burying ground( her'e yesterd(ay aftr
no001 at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Salter wva
onel of thle oldest. residents of this con
muntity, being 87 years of age, and ha,
lived hlere sitnce hier' youth. She.was
w~omani loved and( respected by al
wh'lo knel(w hter amnd a mfor'e exemp)lar;
Chr iist ian lifek one ('ould( 110 find. Sh
was ai mem'1)ber of thle Bapt ist churec
of t his placet. - --The( Stte.
\Mrs. Sa4:llt'r wasm' the miolhior of Mn'
I'Cids;on of NVwherry1\ andt spnt som11
ihne hctre withI het' datutghier.
FELL THROUGH WINDOW.
by Miss Allie Pearson Seriously Injured
at Her Father's Home in
l. einettsville, Aug.11 .-Last Sun
v- diy nioring Miss Allie Pearson fell
as tlrough11 a scecon(d floor. winldow at the
at home of her fatlier, Alex. C. Pearson,
rd ear Lester, in this county, anid was
ver-v serioulslv if not fatally injured.
)d Aliss Pear-son1 Iad nlot )e(I feelinlg
)II well lor a (Iay or t wo, aind got up1
ly about 10 o'clock Stimdtay Imornin.g feel.
he ing weak and faint. 1ler sister, Miss
n- Bvilal, was il lie rooii with Iher, and
r- noticed her leanl on the bureau, as if
01 to rest a m11oient. Miss 3uelah8's at
ed teiition was averte( for a inoitlent, and
:m when she looked again, Miss Allie was
h. falling through the low window, by
lil which the bureau sat. It is thought
ip that she fainted and lost control of
de She was taken up. badly briuised
enl an(] inl an lilmeoiscious coldition,
'o- t no bones were broke. 8h
of remawinedI un1onlseiousq Ur Several
lit Tul it rsa.y she seemfledI muchvl better,
he an4d was able to sit up and walk some
it Yestela,Y. however. she igrew worse,
. anid lust niIht it was reporte(d tha1
II-- she was sinkin,g rapidly. and th11at
ve there was lit (le lope of ler recovery
4 .Aliss I'Parson is about 23 years ol
-- age. and is a young ady' f unusual
of intelli.-tiec, beauity and( popularllityN
de For ihe past two years she has beer
steno-llrapher 111( typewriter inl at banili
at (r eenwood. She cane here a fem
(la.s ago to spend a short vacation a
ial the home of her father.
a The abmve special to tle State wil
as Iintervst Newherr readers in lili
i,- Miss Pearson was for, several monthi
. e etlicient stenlographier lfoI' John
he stone and Welch in Newberrv. Sh<
,r- Ius many frieuds here who will regrel
41 o i learn of t lie aceilen A whieb she ha:
in News From Garmany and Vt. Bethel
in Aliss Carrie liell West. of1 Newher
eni IY, is visitinigt Miss Mamie ( Cromer.
ke Miss Zonie Neal is visiting Miss
us lI0anclie 0allnmaii.
5.Miss Florie L,ominiick. of tle city v
le visiting) Miss Bee Loiiniek.
at Misses Marv 1nd Corrie Croier. an
-ts Nliss Louise Best have been visitinp
Miss Mairie Wenldt.
Misses Juanita Langford and At
lee Toggaiis, of Newberry. arC on .
ro visit to Miss Etl] Leitzsev.
0- Messrs J. 1H. Brown. 1. F. Cannon,
a Eirnest Oxenier. OlinI Lane, Lulthiei
lie MAyer and J. C. S. Ilrown attended
ti le Flariers' Institute at Clemson
u T'le series of' meetiings at Lebanon
' elosed on Thursday. Rev. A. H. lest,
t lie pastor, (lid most of the preacliing,
lie was assisted by R?ev. .1. 1. Kilgore,
pastor of O'Neall' st reet aniid M1 llohol
(lhurclies, and R. C. Williais: Ti
ur ('ongr)egations wvere large andl thlerc
was~ able pr'eaching.
Miss M~aud Reighiley is visiting lhei
dousin Miss Ev'a .Jeaii Price.
urMr. and Mr's. Chester Taylor, ofl
te Saluda, have been on aii ex enided vis
it to re2lativ'es inl the eommiinuity.
rt' New Portrait of Lee.
y, Mr. Gecorg&e H. Mati hews, thle noted('
ryh4 pinter(' of I lr(e dec'(orative stutd ies, i.
is ('ngaged on a mammoth canvas whtich
is to.be exhibited at thle .Jamiestown ex.
i.e po~si tion in 1907. The pic tire, whiche
1ly will represent GeneralI Lee surrouinded
s. by the memb)ers of his staff, is to be
ro cight Ieen feet in lenigthI anid ineii feet
;e. hiigha. The stretcher for thIiis einormnoii
i's eaiivas has been spec'ialIly con2struted'
id (or Mr. MattIhews, so I hat it canii he
t- ta:ken apa rt anid thle pictuire shi pped
re. Iwi thoiut dlanger of injury.
ks Teprrait of Oen(eral Icee and~ his
rn saff ill be exhibited ini thle D)eparl
as, mnt, of Fine A ris, whieb v'ill embriace
(lie exhibits of paint ings, drma wing's
emrvng.s, sculpt12ure, a rchit ecture
In andscape decsigni and4 phloto0grahy l fuY
Iorder thiat onily thle veryv best wvorks of
Ii- ar mfnay be lafced in thIiis de'pa rIment
1)n a juiry will lbe ap)pointled to paiss 21poi
lie a dmis'sioni of eac el x hihIi .
a Mr. lottaihewsi hia. <piiite a2 rep)lu
lie i'!o f o o'raitI !'aiintb1:. as well I a
Iliiw:4 hi:hs been , i .nret wvih iht
DR. DREHER APPOINTED.
Goes to Tahiti, Society Islands as
American Consul--Well Known
South Carolinian and Prom
inent Educator Enters
I)r. Julius Dreher of, Setwood, S. C..
f'orimler presidleit of liRloaioke college,
Salem, Va., has been named as Aner
ican conlsul to Tahiti, SocietY Islands.
Mlr. )relher gradu1iat(Ied f'r-omi Uonoke
vollege in 1871 aild( was president of
that instititim from 1878 to 1903.
Ih'. Jullius 1). 1h-eher of Selwood,
Lexingtonl conility, S. C., formerly
president of R?oaiioke coli'ge, Va., has
been appointed by tle president as
United States coisul at Tahiti, Socie
ty Islan(s. The ainiounceent comes
from Oyster Bay and being a recent.
appointment ,will go into effect at
This will gratify I)r. Dreher's many
f'riend(s thrloughloult thle counitry, espev
ially wlen they know to wihat a de
li-iht il place lie has been assigned.
Travelers amd autihors all agree that
Tahllli is tlie most bwautliful island in
tihe I'acifie. A num111lber of books inl
'i1glisl. Frelnchl and (;li'lrmai have
.bl(ein writteni about it. Mrs. I)ora llort
of I.lig-land entitled her book, "Tahiti,
the (a'(len of tiLe Pacific." and D r.
Nichlolas Senn of, the( Univer-sity of
Ihielago, hlis book, publishl this yvar,
"Talhiti, ait IsladI larlise.' li is i
Ianld of' perreinlial spring anid stiuiier,
witi a laxutriance of tropical trees,
fruits anid flowers alld two mountain
peaks more than 7,000 feet Iiigh. A I
tihoul wam, tle elimatt is healtIfu,i1l.
Tihe consulate at Talhili eilbrales iot
only thlie Societvy Wlands, but also the
Mari''uesils, Tit ma Ilot i, (ambier and
- Austral grotips. . Taliiti, with 600
hsquare mlilvs, is dhe Ilrgest of' all thlese
islands. Its filne port and town olf
IPapeefte, winch has a 1opliatioin of'
abu.5,000, is the residencee of 1the
go'0VernoI .ren era'l of, thet Frenchl pos
.'Vssionis inl Oveanlieo, 1S islands in all.
A steamslhip) plies betweeii this port
anid Sanl Francisco, tlie distamice be
ing 3,658 Inmiles. OIhyi- ciiunty I has tle
larges blsilness wit i thiese islaiids, tilh'
exports and( imlports amounoinlg to
IearI half a million lollars a year.
)r-. Dreher will n)o leave for Taliti
tinfil October. lie is spendinldg th)is
monti il Washington, whlee his ad
dress is at tle JTUiversity club. In
septemlber hev will v-isit Ilhv oldi home
The flollowing [-Atfer, 'n1t'r.aiiiiniglY
wriftel giveS Vivill deseription of
Ite interesting f'entulres al wonders
oh' a voyage to tlie soitli seas and a
,;ujolrn11 of forty days oii the islaiid of
"Owinr to ite enterprise andI liber
alit y of' tlie ceaniie Steainsliip voi
paniy ft healit or pleaisire seeker is
now 'inabletd to Imake the ocean voy
age to tlint fnr-off gem of' th' South
Seau Ishiinds, TahiI liii a first-class
steamsh~lip erl,uijpped withI all the mod.
Ci'enC conveniiieCs fori Coim)fort,
Ilo Pa pee te is abio ut 3,.050 ileiis and
te tii tieniets t'leveni ,ly~s, buit un
wventher1 is co)'iunitered. You simphly
soil alongi friom) daly to day amid lie
''en ft'li reezeus of thet SiiuthIern seas,
p jassinig fthe ine Iazi ly but enjoyably
hett w~ten rest inag, reai dinag, dozi ir, (ir
ak i i; parit in fte va rious gamnes po
vided on shipbiloard.
"tiir ft' tired out business manu or
niervonsly e'xhaoustedt indlividuiil this
ideal ocetan pa Ssaget possesse's advanl I
tagets whieb eannolitt probably be foumnd
in ainy ot her parit of fte woirltd; tIlt
tif' (aliforniia to te lamyi birteezes ofi
the Sourn t lciitean brinIgs to th le voy..
ager ai feel iin' oft irest f'ulness anti pteacet
c'oniditio 111of retlief frtiim thle cuistomiariy
cares andI annoyances which beset
most peo'tple ini thir daily Iivt's is
miadet more apparlenit from the fact
fliat youn havte most comfor'tablte at'
comimodlatitons tin shipbtnd aiid teni
obt ain as '.oodlt foodit as youI 1 canto at
homet, lihe e'xtenlsive cold1( storage p)lnt
Ipiovitded ni ft' Mar'iposa makinig it
tiossibbl' i serve daily on thle rouniid
t ipr,lnFande fehfri)
menbe il.............ry. andmea*-o
has under favorable coisideration a,
ehange from the present schedule
which provides that the return trip
fron Papeete will be m11ade via H1on1o
lulu 111d which will probably become
effeetive with the Deeember trip of
tle Mariposa. If this proposed ar
raiigement, becomes effective the trip
to Tathiti will be made dmubly attrac
"'If possible every visitmr to'I Taliti
shoulil lrral1n1'e to relmaill over on the
islaid one s(eamer at least, and ex
periecev tihe beneliis of the delicious
clinute (() be find anYwhiere withinl
he boiders; also view as beaultiful
seeneiry its Can be found oil the face of
"iPapevte. tle- only town, so to
speak, oil file island, is beautiifully
situated and has about 4,000 inhabi
tants, one-forth of whom are Euro
peanls. There thie traveler call ob
tain good accommodatiios for from
$2.50 to $3 per day- (American mtion
"Therc :11-C a ianly pritty homes ini
Papeete, amd the generouis hospitality
of tle, pe4ople is stmln ma111de manifest if
11e is properly liveredited. The kind-.
nevss ald giom 11111urv of te entire
plipuilation,.- 1o)1 iluropeal anid na.tive,
is promverbial and tle s4ial eiditions
will be t,(mtl aS pleasa n01" 111 anld exlct
inlas ne will finld inl 1141st Amlericanl
No) visitor Iio Talhili with time at ls
C0omman11d shmuld l'ail it) makce thle (.ir
(.Ii( (d, (lhe isfland, which will m-mcup.y
fr-O 611ur- (4 six (1days, accrding to
circuliistaices. This is a til of' a life
timte and enables one to) winess the
t r()I)icl graindiur of the counit ry, in
elidinl.- its lofty m11ounta11 ills and 1mag
Ilificend waterlfalls; also4 (4) fome di
reIeIt ly iin emitael with Ihe 1111ive ele
mlent ill theil. h<mmls and)illgs
"The Th111ilianls are a1 m()S( Attrae
Cive rive o4f people, physically Stirong,
IoNaIMed kindly anld mo)(st g-ener
Mts in dsn I heir hoispitality.
S u c h ak t h in g. as p o ve r-t y m . 1 b 1 1 i
ulnkilmw 1 o thle island.
"The latullIrll OwI ts of h isla.il
such 1s 'n ls, rn-e,1 bnanli2as,
1mn.111g(us. blriladsItuffs, etc., are to be
lind ill -riell abiundlnee ill seasol.
MAf ny *A varieties (W exellelit fish cal
easilyv be fb1inled inl tunlimiited (11nan1ti
ties, ald i larg..e numlitiiber of I li lantive
pliulaionl dev(e 11)(ot 1s mo11 of teir time
to fishing and stipplYing- the local mar
"Tahlili 111 111he 1heI1.r islands (0f the
slleietyv 'nmlp ar14 underim the( contr0ol (of
Ilhe FIench _nveml1111n1i, the viariouls
distriels bvinlg. prevsided mvlr by na.1tive
clie's, wwse *r'( is law, an(d who
(oM11111111dI le respect and 4obedience
(of' their 1f4llmvwin While thetovr,
ment manintilins Inaw and (order inl ever-y
Inauter i si i m Owlul e li if wisely per
inits I1e 1111 ivi. elmlnil tl) obsei've and
(f Ihe pasI withml'il limlitaionll.
"6AIt presei Ihle pri-ic im indilstiries
Ilf Ih island e I lh nit... ivation1 a*11 1
driyin~ of (lhe vanlilla2 bean anid tile
Thei~ cnlt iva2t inl of sugari Canis 1 also 114
carriied oin to a limited extent.
hlhI loca1l and14 initerisiiand, 5is maiinly
i'n-l ish residentl s, it shou121ld)be remlem..
lbered wVit pi ride0 tha21 the4'Ii 1ar'-esf ('om
me14rcial concernI'1 41n the islanid is ownedC1
and1( mana llged by Am1er'ienns111-0. L.
Kenned and1Vl 1( his asso12 cits--who0 ownl
4on tile island,(1 geine'ral store'(, cold stor)
age 1)1a1n), electriie Iiliht phmt1 and( ves..
seIs emp1 lloyed iln114 the inerishmd241il trade.
ThIis en1teri~inig firm11 hais iniind111( sev
eraI pro.,ject s which as the4.y ma11terIiaize S
v I)Ib ill be 411gretibnfit lfIoI th1 town2
of10' (I*ae t iand1 theI islan 11inl jeneral.
P2ration, bra11inl fa1., ind4ige4stin and a211ill
1the Ills whliichi are the 4)1nte4)m1e of' our1
sIrirnouls Amieican~ life, I say to themt
spend1( six wee'ks 4)n thle beuIlItiful is
Son111 d )ippear."'--San 1FIranIcisco) Call,
Septemberl)C 20, 1002.
"Johnnyui, y'ou have b)een ver'Iy 41ptie
for2 Ih 11'a2st half hiour,'' observd Mr's.
her'I P) broter .just1 arrived on2 a1 visit..
dh re's s oil e:lei. '' I Mc' ma,1 ie 14i'ss