TERRITORIES: Howland, Baker & Jarvis

Perhaps because President Roosevelt did not endow Hawaii this year with the publicity of a visit, the Pan-Pacific Press Bureau, whose business it is to call that part of the world to public attention, uncorked a story which made news so hot that it caused the U. S. Departments of State and of Commerce to burn with embarrassment last week.

Story began with a tantalizing little dispatch from Honolulu fortnight ago to the effect that J. Walter Doyle, Collector of Customs of that port, had returned from a trip to Howland, Baker and...

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