TERRITORIES: Picturesque Plum

Rare is the U. S. citizen over 35 who would turn down the chance to spend four years in the "Paradise of the Pacific" as

Governor of Hawaii. Rare, too. is the U. S. citizen who can get that chance under existing law which requires the territorial Governor to be an actual resident of the islands. Last week President Roosevelt asked Congress to change the law and make this picturesque plum available to nonresidents. Said he in a special message: "In making my choice I should like to be free to pick from...

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