RACES: Murder in Paradise, Cont'd

The U. S. S. Alton, high & dry on the mudflats of Hawaii's Pearl Harbor, was the prison home all last week of a nervous and overwrought woman and three calm and comforting men, all held for murder. The prisoners: Mrs. Granville Roland Fortescue, middle-aged Washington socialite; Lieut. Thomas Hedges Massie, U. S. N., her young son-in-law, and E. J. Lord and Albert Orrin Jones, naval enlisted men. The charge: they had kidnapped and murdered a Hawaiian named Joe Kahahawai, accused, with four others of mixed blood,...

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