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nVRN'INCl nUIXHTIN, HONOLULU, T, II., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 23, '09
MRS. PEDIQO ARRIVED
ON THEIR INVITATION
f NEW TOWNSEND MAUSOLEUM
EXHUME SUTTONfS BODY
t lHffllt --rr-ie
Tin' new Mausoleum which will In re ii l win for the. Townrcnd Undertaking Comp-uiy la ono nf llio
largest I'M i 1'imtr.irttil inr mi iln Pniric I. ti im Iiim ii designed Ii V (J. ?linlmci m & Company, engineers nml
miiirni turn, wlio will liu'l 1 it mi I will nun ilu .'On tombs, fins o iiiiiI )m cntnpartmentB. After llio casket has
been placed In the tiinili It will In- ilcd nlr tight An outer space faced Willi ghsB Is provided fur flowers.
Id) lit-, will lio fiirnlKlu'il for the ashes in retinitis creni.iteil The Chaluurs company rcecnlly built tlie new
Piliiccss link, 'mil tiro cnlaii.ng the Kmplie th'Mtie alludes,
ROUTE OF GLIDDEN AUTOMOBILE TOUR
DETROIT TROPHY AND SCENES ALONG WAY
f : MINN.C lVe A$$JiyC . vWJS,
t sdV- ) 'ikMf $
Ni 7 JK?J V . V. Missouri ibLiNOlfei.
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. i.u riAiu .iiiiiu.ii uiur m mi.- .iiiieiu.iii .Miionuiiiiiu AtMii'l.illiiii, wlilfli Inelinlej ennlestH for tlm
ji.lKliKin, llnwer mnl Detroit linplilai, muteil from Detroit mi July 12. Aliniil fifty cam iMitlrlpsitcil. The
till I I lltlu l. II" UIIU ...... tit tl.it tmial Inlni'.iilln.. I t -...... ..f ... m. .. . .'
r ' ' .... ....v...lti.i, ...... ..I. -.. i ...ii. ii, imy Ul nciii, ino insi.into was u thousand
j, mllw more th.in that of any iiroli)UH conlett Tor the (lliildcn trophy mill tlm rules much more cvuctliiR.
f In provlam enrn tho (lliildcn tiophj hnK been won on ton tlnoimh no mivinrn inin. i.,., .1,1. ...-
" turn 10)0 nearly 1.900 miles westwurcl fiom Detiolt to Denver, ami then Trio miles liael; tti Kansas City,
ttlUUn fll.t tfltll lllKll.lllfl,l Til., lllllo.nfl' nl.lnn ,1... .. ......u ..f ,1 1 1 .........
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uiaile, is as follows: .
And learned for First Time That
They Had All Gone to Hono
lulu and no Wireless Could
The San Krnnclsco Call of Aug.
9 publishes (ho following
Mrs. Waller HnlclKh l'edlRO, n so
cial leader of Washington, I). C, ar
rived In San l'ranclsio jcstenlay, ex
pcctliiR to bo tho Rttest of tho II. I
Schwerlns. Instead of outstretched
arms and n limousine car nt the pier
xlio found a note from her prcspec
tho hosts to tho effect that n trip to
Honolulu inailo It Impossible for
them to rceclvo her. They were
cully very sorry, but
It was on one of the Schwcrln
ships, the Pacific Mall liner I'ennsjl
vnnla, Hint Mrs. TedlRO reached port
jestcrday mornlnR. Naturally she
was much piqued when sho arrived
In San Frnnclsco in response to thn
Invitation 'of tho Schwerlns to dis
cover that her comliiR was not of
sufficient Importance to Interfere
with tho departuro of the Scliwcrlnil
for Honolulu on the liner Korea two
Did Schwcrln have nn)thlnR in
mind when ho announced before the '
F.itlluR of tho Korea that It would
not bo necessary to equip the liner
with a wireless outfit?
Social leader in East.
Mrs. PcdlRo is ono of the most nt
ti active women In the social set nt
tho nntlonal capital. Sho is tho
wlfo of the private secretary to the
tecrotary of war, and that fact Rles
her sonio claim to consideration in
official nml social Washington; but
she was also Rcbckah Rhode, ono of
the most cnptlvatlnR belles of tho i
capital. She Is 28 cars old, beauti
ful and n social leader.
Six weel.s ago Mrs. 1'edlRo, ac
companied by Mrs. Lottie 11. Webb,
left the East for n trip to tho Pa
cific by way of Panama. After a
few dnys in Asplnwall they crossed
tho Isthmus of Panama, whero a ball
was Rlen by the government set in
honor of the chnrmlti; 'vlfe of tho
private Kccretnry to Secretary of
! War DIcMn&on.
A c) clone occurred In tho midst
of that bail, iiiid, by damaging tho
llglitiiiR plant, cast the ballroom In
darkness, but tnnt Incident was
nothing compared with tho recep
tion of the Schwcrln nolo on board
Note Was Disaupointinir.
"T mreally very much disappoint
ed," said .Mrs. PedlRo on tho deck of
the Sihwciln boat as sho discussed
the Sell w ciln note. "I had been In
Utcd by the Schwerlns to bo their
guest while in San Krnnclsco, but I
hnvo Just iccehcd n nolo Informing
nio that they h,no balled for Honolulu
on the Korea.
"This will probably c-iuho ii decided
change In my plans nml causo mo to
curtail my Mslt In this city. I hao
tome nrmv friends nt Fort Raker that
I shall probably t before going on
to Portland, Seattle nml tho other
cities of ilie iorl!iwcst. Yes, tho note
was quite illsippolnllliK."
Honored by Admiral.
Mrs. Pcdlw was ery much pleased
with the attention p'lld her In Corlnlo.
Tho M'lc in admiral, o-i learning that
the distinguished Washington woman
was on the PcnupylviMiln, hent his
band on boird tho liner nt 10 o'clock
In tho morning and kept It playing
there until liio at n'ght. '
Rut Mrs. Pe-;n Is n')t disconcerted
by tho Schwcrln note. howeer ilsni
pointed xl(. ,nj i,, s,u piomptly ,.
terlod that her lugsigo bo taken to
tho Ft Kraurl hotel and lliero sho Is
cnrnfiirtali'v I oued whllo the Schwer
lns are cteimln? on to Honolulu on
tho Korei which wu Ihoiiitfnlly not
equipped wit'i wireless.
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 21. The body of fie lito Lieutenant Sutton of tho Marine Corps will bo dis
interred and submitted to u thoiough lnrill-nl " iiiilpmitlun by gunshot expcits. ' This will be done In as
certain from tho nnturo of. tho wounds whether or :.i t It would hnvo been possible for Sutton to shoot
himself. Tho body will bo iclulerrcd in consecrated ginutul. Cardinal (llbbons luilng granted tho neces
tary permission, at tho request of the mother of lao it Mil olllcer, on tlio giomuls that the claim that Sut
ton committed suicide has not been established.
;July ' Miles
12 Detiolt to Kalamazoo,
Mill) 142. 3
J3 Knlamnzoo to Chicago.. 17S.S
1 1 Chicago to Madison, Wis 175.2
IS M.uIImhi to I.nciosso,
10 I.aciii'iso to Minneapolis,
Tli ncconipaiiliig map" hows tho
by the city of Detiolt.
July Miles Mltea
17-18 At Minneapolis. I 23 Kearney .to Julesbiirg,
19 Minneapolis to Mnnknto, Col 20C.2
Ml" 132.0 21 Julesburg to Denver'!!! 20L8
20 Mankato to i'ort Dodge, I 25-20 At Dener.
low 138.0 27 Denvci to Hugo, Col... 173.5
21 Port Dodgo to .Council ' 28 Hugo to Oakley, Kan. . . 105,0
IllulTsf, Iowa 181.0 29 Oakley to Salliia, Kan.. 199,7
22 Council lllutfs to Keur- , 30 S.tllmi to Kansas City,
no), Ncl 200.21 Mo ,,jog
cnthe mute. The cup in this Rioup of pictures Is tho ono offered
T0U6H DAY FOR TEXAS CITIZEN
Eats Beans and Fie on n Stool at
Beverly and Is Hard Hit by
Curfew Has Bad Opinion of
Ilowilj (Mass). Attn. 14. Colonel
? Cecil I.joii, Republican Nntlonal Com-
Cfniltteoman fnim Texas, who has been
'In Iloverly Irjlng to nrrauge some nil
"cTltlonal BtQlis on tho President h Itlu
prao" tlirpugh Texas, returned to
Houston last night with mi) thing but
a lilsli ojiinlon of uovrly. In tliv (list
lilnce he ile!acd seeking a placo to
dine until 7 o'clock ami I tic n found
thai both of the hotel dliilngiooms had
closed With Dliector of tho Census
Dui.iud, Colonel I..Min hud to sit on
u high stool at a lunch counter uud
eat lloslon beans and pie. The Tuxnu
thought tills bad enough, but when
the curfew boll begin to toll nt 9
o'clock he ucarl collapxed
"Well, j mi must admit, Colonel, that
Reorly Is bettor than 0)Bter Hay,"
Intel piiaed one of his ft lends.
"Yes, better In ono way," icnlled the
t-olonel; "thern are tmuo 1'iilns to
leaMt It, and uu for the next one."
Colonel I.j on found that tho dav on
which he hoped to hawi the President
make most of tho additional stops was
Sunday. Tho mutter has not bean
definitely decide I us jet, howocr, and
theio mil) bo eomo changes nride.
William A. Itublee of Milwaukee,
the letlilnc Amcilriin consul guneral
nt Vienna, Austili, who waB oporated
on last month for stomach trouble,
left the saultailum lu that clly cured.
There were four eases of Intoxlen
tlonal regiets In the pollca coutt this
morning of vailous clegiee. of eel.
ebrlty. Ited Wltteu hud been pioni-
ItCd thirty days tho noxt tlmo hu had
tho mlsforlimo to lm caught with "tho
goods on," but owing to tho unusually
long space of tlmo since his last up
peirnuco ho iccelved only n flno of
$0 timl casts.
Wata, u Japanesp, nppaiently had
onij an expet imeutal skato on, foi
this Is the first time had had' the
pleasme of talking with Judgo An-
drude. The court put him In tho be
ginner's tjuss and soaked him tin oo
tdunks. J. Llndmnuu pa)s SO for thci
sumo offeiiBo with compllcalloiis.
P. King was given a thlity-day leu
lenco on July 31 and having boon in
loared, mailo Icno to the llttlo blown
Jug with such good Intent that ho got
jiimi) uiijH ugiim iius luorning.
Scene At Detroit's Big Race Meeting;
Some Of The World Famous Entries
Dotrolt, .lulj-. Tho tweulj--i1flh n
ni lay of fiint hoiseu seen on tho giu
meeting gao an excellent lino cm so
of Comnierco ttakes. The sensation
their tlelds hamlllj. Oilier Ikmsch sh
lirou'-'lit out Hiich horses us Citation,
wcro llio 2: It trot, S3.00U; tho Clnm
2. .'I tint, fio.nuu. and II ui WoUercu
tmiscs of ?l,00y each. Neatly 300 ot
liniiul nieetlng of the Detiolt Dilvlng club bimisllt together tho greatest
ml circuit In many )ear. Tho uicjb ut WIndtor picllmlnnry to tho big
mo or tho contindeis for the Merchants and MamifucuiciR' and Chnmbor
ul fleorgo (luno and Cluules N. flieonoush's wonderful maie, Ucsa, beat
owing oucllcnt fin in nio Hcmer mid Citallon. The fiee for nil stnlto
l.ad) Maud, llepioichlean, Argot llci) and llaioii (liatliiu. Tho best purses
l.er of Cninmeico, 2.13 pacing, ?5.000; hn Miirrlinnts nml ManiHactuierB',
c li.indlcap, pacing. $3,000. Hordes theso'thcie woio fifteen mentB with
the best ImincBs hoiscs In Aiuerlcu weiu outvied In the vailous races.J