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like the whites because they do
not wear corsets and" "bandages.; I
have never worn af corset vin my
life. We swim and the climate
and the'cocoanut oil we use, pre
serves the hair. When I go home
my hair grows' -three inches in
"In the islands, where there are
wonderful things, all is changing
fast; soon the romance will alt be
"The old priest whq taught me
the worship dances when' I was-a
little girl, went through many
strange ceremonies. When I
danced he sang chant's," 'arid I
stepped certain steps to every
r "Then oftei he sent me to;the
mountain to gather. Minibs of a
certain tree," and on the way I
must not meet a, dog, and he must
not bark if he did. bark, then 'I
must come back and go "another
"And when I got the branches
the priest prayed over the' m.r . t
"'"The custqms'are'not "a? beau
tiful 'as they-used tp"6e-. In the
old days none need lpcl their
doorg. If one came by and was
hungry he Went in and ate, He
took nothing but food ; it was the
custom, and he was welcome.
But now" a gesture of Tier hand's
finished the sentence. "Now one
needs many bolts, but .it is not.
the natives that steal" Nor is it
the natives "who refus'e hospital-
ity. They dare not."
The goddess Pele has made it
a custom to visit the islarids dis
guised as a woman- So when a
strange womancomes, no matter
if she is q14 and ugly and eats all
there is in the house, you must
make jier welcome.
"Once: the people of a certain
district refused a beggar, an old
crone, and just ondfamily took
her in. ',
"Sopn there wasa terrible erup
tion of the volcano, and "all the
people but that one family were
r buried." The eoddess -orotected
them because of theh cpmpas
This is- only one of the many
legends of the islands which all
the natives believe.
i Q o L.
iHEARST SLAVE DRIVER "
As usnal the Hearst papers re
sort to downright lies when dis
cussing labor questions..
-When Hearst came to Chicago
he .made a greatplay to union
labor and" union labor got "busy
and. got circulation for the Hearst
papers, ' C
After Hearst got circulation
and began to get advertising, he
played ihe-game of the advertis
ers and kicked his union friends
in the face.
Today there isn't: a nibre servile t
tool o Wall street in the coun
try than the journalistic four
flusher who- loves to write his
name William Randolph Hearst.
His Chicago manager, Andy
Lawrence, has played the game
of the oublishers' trust ever since
Hearstold out to Harriman, and
began usine his capers to- help
Wall street get control of the
And Hearst himself is a friend
pi labor for revenue- only.