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C. B. RfjESRTSONV Ed. and Prop.
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SfjAurday February 17
MAUI BLUE BOOK
M.m .1 V.': K !ii:i. 'iri-ntl .1'nl'i'. Wiilltilui
.1 K N Kii-I. Clerk lliri'int ( our. Wuililliil
Jurtiro M'Knv. U."t. .MiiKislnili'. Wiilllikll
liii! milium. " " Miifcnwmt
" Knliii'tl' lin, " " l.iiliiiimi
" Kiiliilimi, " " Hiiiimuilu
" JilM'lHI. " " Hl'llll
IMiinimi, " " Ktimltulu
Miilli'i'. " " iM.loliill
' KHlMmliiiliitiulit, " " Liilllll
I.. M. Ilulilw in. HhcrilT. Wiilluliu
A. N. Kiivsn'klrn. lrititv SlictilT, WniliiKu
V, II. Kia-.'. aiiiknw.i.i
C. It. l.iniNnv, " " IMllII iiitt
K. Wittinvk, " " II "mi
(i. T. inil.li', " " SloliiUiil
Cur (Innrim-ns, I'u t u iu I'cilk'e, Wnllnltii
S. Kiilmiiii. " ' MnKiiiviKi
.M. U'liiiliiuiliiiii, ' ' L.iiilmi
l.illllw.V. " " llll'lll
K. .1. fr'ivi'i'.v, " ' MoliiUnt
'. II. IMi'ki'V. Til's A'ir. Ihilkii
W. T. WiiIiIiimiii, lli-initr Am'sw. Wulliilai
W. 1). Aik.'U. " " I'll III
(i. Ililllll, " " lillllllillll
.1. i:m., " " Hiiiiii
WVi tills isuor the M ici Nkws modestly takes its place
I among tlrk sistteAood of Hawaiian newspapers. No ulterior
j lniriioso lias brought thfe News into existence. The psychological
moment for its npjKja.ranrV lias arrived and it is hero merely to en
joy the luxury of flourishing in Maui, the loveliest, healthiest and
nltogothtf r most dJiirhful Island in Hawaii nei.
'Hie reception Vhk'h Its proposed advent has met among the poo-
pie of the Islands generally, and the people of Maui particularly.
indicates that it u destined, if worthy, to live a long and useful life.
'No effortMiiJ"Be sjMiml to make it bright, newsy and interesting;
tittit will not indulge in yellow journalism any further than can
Vbadwi. .'No J n re at deed fear to put it into the the hands of his
nd daughters, for it will be pure, clean and sweet to the taste.
' ' 'Independent in Politics, religion and literature, it will advocate
first the interests of MauL next those of the Islands at lame, and
' ,whil time or space may by lift will be devoted to regulating tho
nttairs of tho worm generally.
' ' . . 1 e
It is unfortunate that the first issue of the Mali Nkws should
- hA Vailed in win tin herldd the tidinirs of the ulairue on Maui.
) But the people of ni havi hot only the help but also the experi
ence 'f Honolulu upim'.whicii to rely. And in the liirht of results
i attuned in Hoftoliihi. iris safe t predict that the re!n of the
' . v '".fii i t-i.. Ti . i it. ai . .... 'j. . i
ii iiaxe-. iiure iwiu- oh unei. 11 is eiear mat mis jiesi is niucii more
easily suppressed in small communities than in towns like Hoiio
lulu or.Hilo. 'All that is required is prompt and energetic action
the jmrt of the authorities. SherilT Baldwin, aided by the Honolulu
tBoard of Health, has gone to work in the right way. and although
1 other cases ma j' appear in districts where it has been curried from
Kahului, still. niw that the authorities are forewarned there - need
be no fear but that the end is already in sight,
i .v"';'-v' ' ' o o v
Tlie world felt a shock of surprise when it saw the mi;ht o;
, England stand baffled before a handful of Boers But ifenTo-
A. M 1 - At A . . . IS A. A. t
" mnnt oi sooer reneccion is suiucieuc to explain ine tnjj, caUse of
such an iparently unomalous condition of uffuirs. .
j 11 a' A 1 . i
ijBvus i. singuiany weu pnnec.teu position wjiwj made Tliermo-
pyiae lminortal. Gen. Leo held the m'MtttvaX& hurled'' against
'IMio Centre Piece.
The c'iit:v jtii'ii" of tl.e li';;:liu;:
... . i
on our tn-st pa;.re is a vii'w oi iai
Valli'V taken lv the artist oa a
bright ami r'.oar day. lao a.u-y
lies about, two or three miles from
the town of Wuihiku and is eon-
sideriil one of the most beautiful spot
011 Maui, if rot on the Hawaiian In
lands. Tourist who visit this great
eenie wonder are often aaaised at
the almost uiiexeelled lowliness of the
place. The two ridges on either side
of the vallev extend to a height of a-
bout two or three thousand feet, and
from their base to the highest point
ire entirely covered with a beautiful
growth of luxuriant vegetation such
as nature provides in mild, temper
lao is not only a valley full of
natural lieauly but it is also full
of historic interest. Just a few-
yards in front of the small house rep
ented in the view was the -great
battlefield known as '"Paui-Wai o lao"
bewcen Kainehamehu the Great anl
the two sons of Kahekili, King of
Maui, in 17110. The Maui army under
Kaluiukupulc. son of JvalieUui. was
defeated by the invading uriny of Ka
iiiehaineha. and it is said that the
dead Ixxliesof the slain were so piled
up as to dam up the waters of lao
stream which for a while turned the
clear waters of lao into a bright
crimson hue. ' Hence the name,
"Paui-Wai o lao" or the damming up
of the waters. Nothing however m
mains to-day to show the visitor that
it was one a great battle field save
the bare. cliffs tm the: southeast side
of the stream standing --a. mute sil
race of the terrible slaughter that
was waged at its base over a (cch
tury. ago. lao Valley is "used today
as the happy picnic grounds ,for
young and old, and the. little house
represented in the scene has been theJ
rendezvous of merry-inalvjiix Xiit
very long ago a n3r distinguished
personage wa7.nu.rtained iu- the
gnundslj Senator Clarke of- AVj;o:
inlli. l. ri'iiiurked that tluvwene
around him reminded himtrfhisuatiye
mountains. lao Vouey w proudly
called the 'Yfiseniitc of .HawaH. ,
Mr. D. H. Hitchcock , Hawt s seen
ie artist. wis M iinbuod with the nat
ural' b'autv of fatV -Valley.. that he
tid math H, ouef his lif: stiudies.-J
Oi:e yei'.r :;;... p'.tiv.s wore f.'!
miilated foi a news r.nd j.il plant on
the Island of Maui. One month a;;..
the riurlinv'" reached haauuii wita
I he plant on lioard. .VTter nearly
two weeks of delay the plant wa.-i do-
iveid at its tiiir.l destination in
Wailuku. As soon as possible 1 la-
job department wrs put in running
order. a;ul a rush of job orders fol-
Hved' which materiilly interfered
o: 1 ue
Willi lae uppcaranc
number of the p:ier.
A week a.'-o today it was resolved
bring out th pajM-r toity. The ai-
IH-a ranee of the plague on Maui, the
quarantine established and inspec
tion dutv to be.dor.e made the situa
tion slightly embara.'i augand militat
ed s rioiislv against neat mechanical
work which requires more time and
rare than was at the disposal of the
However. Mr.Hclmick. t'.ie gentle
man in charge of the mechanical de
partment of the paper set to work"
heroically, in the face of a hundred
little pilikias which none but a news
paper man call u predate, and it is
to his credit that the paper has come
out at all this week. Of course,
critical readers will find much that
might have been done better in this
issue, but doubtless all sudi will take
into consideration that the paper
was necessarily sent to press in a
rush, mid with'' an entirely unexpe
rienced editor and manager at the
head of affairs.
The management have 110 futher
apologies to offer for- the shortcom
ings of this issue, but they' confident
ly.' promise an' improvement each
week if time, carc'and experience will
'I' lie Siili'ul.iil notunnrc' .
"Yc.i. I'm la the uivluio tleparftntfr, t
i:-.-.v. I lil;- It ever so lauoli ,li tu t
.' 111.... ..'1 : M.,t. n.w. .... t
1 suli'i' lii suit ll.na iiiaen. All jrun'-vl J'
.;:' t" do Is mnlie at iliein ami you cat j
I M il llieiii any u!l tiling. Tin wonivfj.
Will l.li;;.'r li . IT nil' w in'iir Bunn i.j'i
not Imy 1;) eeiilH- wel l Ii Just us t i
lady hail lailhlMH to do hut shuW kiukVv
r.iHli'.e;;, I don't lllce tliolliMirwulI;if
In tin- I'ibliini' ili'piii'tnient. The one
we've ant now In Imel.v. His mime Is
Pel kills- lloi:iUo l-eikllis iiud lie's
jrst as n.vell.
"Ami. niy. can .volt keep a BorretV
lie's you won't tell 11 bouIY well, lie's
.11 love with me. No. ho hiisn'-t snld so
ret. lint 1 en 11 tell liy tins wny I10 looks
1 1 me never lakes his eyes olT me
oia i!ioniii!' till liirht. lie's Jealous,
too. iin.l Hun's 11 Hiiro sipii. You ought
to've seen him yesterday when ui-orjto
enim- In to Invito ine to the bill post
er's ball. (Jeoi'ce lie's n;y old steady.
you know well, he nnd 1 was standing
Iheic talking when Ilorullo I nieau
Mr. I'ei kias en 1111 along, lie i:iive mo
nil iiwl'ul lleree look, but 1 never let
on that I Hci-u li 1 it 1. but Just kept rlht
'I'liea he stepped right up to mo nnd
says, his voice iiulverlii with suppress
ed ei'.io'lon. he snyn: IIhb liobliison.'
In- says, 'an- you nun re that there nro
half 11 dozen eMsloineis wnltlnj; for
"I know lio only wild Hint bo ns not
lo Ix-lrny his real feelings, because
when I ttirneil nroiuid there wasn't any
six eustoinei's there at nil. Uuera was
only four." New York Journal.
A rlltlrl Ti-ik..
1 i 'a 1 At'-'. ' ' 1 V f'j
n m nr. n:iv jar A'onrs. sminiv nofimm. . v ...A4i .: r -a . i
- - j m 1 - 11 u itiiri iiik u i i'l- iiuiiriir in in l - . .. " ,
- .srAtitM.il 1 a& 141 ..! n viAHt tliit nivu-n rtii
gotten rudely etmWe tlM;:ie8S a noU t4?r sece - w as taken is among - L
for a mimexif,uuSul M)se th.lt wei.y thl) Jc?rs toTWouugiirtLst's collactions of valuable
BritisiTt!iija?i4ntrenchinent.s. they conhKcopo with pointings.
them, 'General ShermjKi -was able to pass Hiiodtirmy.at Atlanta
and march to the ,K4Juf simply because ho hud plenty ot opou-iroun-'
t .i.;,.wvr' 1.:., 1 . dl .'
tttack the BritisT
trv HI WUlCh UV iminnnl'iil' lie fl-iwrnu. ' ' '
;' iTlic dedi'ction may fairly be"draWn from tHe'se premises that
, with-tlnj iufprpved appliances for defanse-wliich modern science
'"" iias devised, England hassibpV ajuopeless task on her hands,
ir f -UBiutirt id4ki4ffis other meinip-citifiuering the Boers save that
, otlrLyinJ them out of intrerchmeiits. And unless she solves this
problem, tts'recogniztd valor of her troops will avail naught in the
' 'ii! ' ' ';;''' " " ' T
' Two deadly enemies of bubonic plague have been developed
'''' ,D' the experiences through which Honolulu and Kahului
have, passed. .They are lire and water. A prompt and heroic use
of the first, to be followed by a constant and copious application of
th .second are worth till quarantines and fumigations devised
or practiced for its suppression. Burn the contaminated houses
-'. and wash their occupants, and plague cannot live or spread. The
' truth of this is so clear to the people of the Islands that no further
suggestion is needed. Seattle is to be commended for the prompt
uwe iVhfch she is making of water and the whitewash brush, thus
lly reducing any need which may arise tor the use of the torch,
It is to be hoped that the generous donation which the Hiloitcs
made for the benefit of the suffering poor in Honolulu, coupled
with the prompt und energetic aid which Honolulu js Extending" to
llifo in her hour of trouble will go far to restore afe'ehriirof mutual
friendship between the two. Wailuku extends the1 olive branch
WHAT HAWAIIANS KNOW.
cry. . Were the plague gevras conveyed to lido in the red
corpuscles of the suavo and choUu'ly Attorney General Cooper
1 in those of the gallant Lbberistein T A proper determination of
this by Dr. Hoffman might have an important bearing on the gen
eral method of treatment 'to be prescribed by the medical fratern
itv " '" .
I . Special attention is called to the official notice in another col
" .While it is quite probable that the jdague pest lais been
ai Maui by Dr. Garvin and the Maui Board of Health
uution cannot be exercised, and it is to be hoped that
ly comply with the prescribed regulations.
t little danger of plague being spread by the better
who travel among the Islands, especially if ordin-
are observed. Fumigate and disinfect them, and
sumed. Aa to the mails, there has not been any
me. , -
(, 0' Goebel Is attributable to the fact that there
'uckian rather than a republican at the butt end of
intelligence and soma outside neK is,v.crvilod out
oauo on account of u rush of very important plate mat
The ri'imrt of tin- Hoard of Educa
tion for ISiKi shows that child,
ren of pure Hawaiian blood and 2.198
of mixed Hawaiian blood are being cd-.
ucated in the school of the country.
This shows that as far as the school
population of the Islands is concerned
the Ilawaiians are keeping their end
up. There are but Sd.fjIKI Ilawaiians
upon the Islands out "four total popu
latiou of lO'.UMO.
This shows that a full six per cent
of that section go to school. It shows
moreover that the Ila.uaiiaii degires
not ouly the primary education of his
child, but that he is willing at times to
make sacrifices for their higher edu
Out of one, hundred and fifty pupils
at the Kainehftmeha Boy s School,
where the cost jer head is between
$-) and $5o a year, a large proportion
are pure natives. Among the board
ers of the Sf L.oui College, who num
ber considerably over one hundred,
there are a number of pure natives,
the expense of education being within
a fraction Of the expense at Kameha-
Fact such as these go show that the
Hawaiian native is willing not only to
have his children attend the free
schK)l, where ho learns English,
arithmetic, geogruphy, end the ordi
nary brances of a common school ed
ueation, but it further shows that
when the the time conies he pays for
aneducatioii above that of the com
What the Star wants to show. and hjs
shown clearly, is that the Hawaiian
a fairly well cducaU-d man.
That he has acquired the power of
speaking and thinking in English.
That he Ls intelligent, open to ar
gumeiit when properly advanced.
Finally that no one can deny th.it
he is fit for a voter.
Anyone who knows the Hawaiian,
knows that he makes a good citizen
To read some of the ill-formed papers
that preach against annexation one
would ihink the Hawaiian was to be
classed as on a loA'l with the Southern
Xeirro. The Hawaiian ias suiiertor to
him as a well educated "AlmTi'at'r If I
.DESIGNS FOR N V ftlONEYl'
.ThS One and Two J5olIi Note
The bureatTofengitt ving nnd print
mgis-nt work upon a new issue 01
iiotes. The plates, for the $1 and $2
uenoniinationiUtfiving been completed
and the poles issued, the engravers
nre liow at work upon t'u- s plate
and will take up the SKI plate within
1 few days. It will be five or six
,iiKinth.- before either will be ready
iThe '2,0. 5. $100. ?.')(I0, and SlOCO
plates will- be takeh up in -turn mid
will require several years 10 ,iw
pletc. The : ne' jilates are being
prepared by' the regular engravi-rs
of the bureau without assistance, and
thev can devote to them only such
time as can be spared from their
regular duties. '
Before work upon the new plates
was commenced a design was adopt
ed which will ' be followed in the en
tire government issue of money.
Tlii- plates now in liu id are intended
for the silver notes, and duplicates
with the necessary changes in word
ing to suit the character of the gov
ernment obligations will be prepared
for the treasury and United States
notes. A distinguishing mark will
be the difference in the color of the
treasury seal-, that on the silver cer
tificates being blue, while brown and
red will probably be used for the
treasury and United States notes,
respectively. Great care will be
used in preparing the new plates to
weave in details and lathe work.
us to make counterfeiting difficult.
but the government will attempt to
A Iti nl tli Ihow.
The lord mayor's show Is nn annual
tlieine for the newspapers. Very little
eau be said about it Unit lias not boon
suid nal:i mid ngiila. U costs about
t'J.OOO. tin.' banquet from 2,000 to U.-
noil. The show tins mihk uuring in
eenturv to borrowing soim- of Its splen
dors from the "propi-i-ty niau.": l'hero
liy hangs n tale.
A lertali lord mayor hired from tho
Surrey theater two stilts of armor,
bins, n ml steel with a t-ouplo of 8U-h-i-s
to no Inside tin-in. .The mnnager
L.t the Surrey stiinilateil. by the way,
,4ft that the stivi armor should not be
USH1 ir till- mi) uu u 'ss
lotio. After the show the men la armor
fvere taltoU to the Oulldfialk reninln-
lug thei-o .wvernl hours wltliout food.
No one. It apiwtirs. was able to rid
them of their Ironmongery.
Wine was giveu them, ,'and tb mnn
of brass 'became Intoxicated. The by
stnuders. thinking If he foil about that
he ymld Injinv others as .well as lilm
selt Jrlt'd to eji-ct him. Dut lie show
(ilMiKhL ad. to add to their further
may. his companion la nruis Joluca
luin. They were oveivoine at last oniy
by sheer weight, of numbers.. Then
the maker of the nrnior was sent for.
lie evi-utunlly Kacceeded tn freeing tho
men. who were III dnnger of Using
stilled by, the weight of, their equlp-
Uieut. Good Words.'"- . - -;. '
"Thei'O Is a good dcalfof pure"i.jA
Mne," snld d local warhorse now out
f harm ss, "In tho factdty of rcmeiu-
rlng names nnd faces which ls at
United tS most suoeessfiil politicians.
nine 'cases out of ten they bnvo n(
noininl powers of that kind, nnd
1k ii'lr apparent' fents of tiieiaory orq
vr riistly explained. Take, for ex-
tiulHi', the rnso of n p.'dtlenl person-
ajfi! at n public- reception. He is sure
to be surrounded by a group of local
lenders who know everybody In town,
l'resenlly n valuable constituent np
pionclies. 'Colonel,' whispers one of
the henchmen, 'hero comes Mr. ltlank.
lie's an active party worker nnd ft
I'l'i ni 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1- of loins. Ho met rou
here last fall. - , .
"The personage cntehos on prompt-
ly. -What does Itlank dor ho wlJs-"
pel's back. I -
"lie's n produce niprclinnt,' repllc
ti e lieiichnmn. lly that time the Val
imlile constituent gets la range. f , ..
-llow are you. my dear Mr. Brfinkr ,
e.M'laims the tiotnble cordially. 'I'ni,
('.('lighted to Ree you again. Aud lioW,
Is the pro'duce business coming oo?) .."
"I'oor lllank has spnsins of Joy. 'That -
the famous man should remember film
no accurately makes blni ns proud is ft
peacock, nnd L0 siiectntors procecA to
tell the story ill proof of tlie coloilel'i i
uilraeulous mental gifts. Thus rejuta-.
tloas me made." New Orleans Tliica- -
Deu.ocrat. i . , v
The 11IkIioii-ii l.nlfl. 0'
' Ills'Iiiip lluutlngton' once wout (Iowa -L
to a town In Connecticut to tierfotulrJk,
iiuirrlnge ceremony, lie nrrl verf'TCa
day iH-rtrre tue u inkling, niKl no left
hi the satnu time the bridal pnlr did,
tilihough ho was driven to a dillcrcut
raifwny station. Aa bv pusm'd Uii-ougtt
Tho siution. earrytug his traveling ban . I
tu.i wiim uwaru that be was iiviitlng a
Vnsntioii. but -was totally at u loss to
iicooiiet for IC In the cur lui found
tbnt In- was villi tho object pf nuiUK(sl,
attention. The porter Kltlvely snlek-. .
e ni I as lie passed his seat, ml liuslly ' f
Just us the trail! drow (Hit lie cniue upi I
nnd nssisted I lie churchniaa to reuiovo 1
bis overcoat. . . . I
'What Is the umtti-r whh 'jum. tn
tnauy itsked the bishop. ' The isxter- .
biucKer uroaueiiod 11110 u inugiu ;, . . 1
'Ain't you done lef tho lady, milil"
ho cllneUUit. ' .'
KUT' exclaimed tlx? bMiop la sur
prise. Ttu-11 bis vyu fell on the sUlv of
Ids trnveltuif Isij; which lli Krtcr Imd
Just turned round' Thi-To gliiml Ui 1
was it wide strip of white satin rlbbou
ou which wits painted la Uiryu Vetti-riK
Married Mils morning.
The facetiously miiided bent innu timl
mistaken the bishop s traveling bail
for that of the bridegroom. jd .1
So nirinv people sutter from Insomnia
nowadays that it Is a wonder they do
not adopt the time honored custom of
French klugs nud Indeed of our an
cestors generally, tho "cu ens" by the
bedside, the meal of fruit or urend nnd
cold chicken, put ready In case. oC
wnkefulness. Many a merry little tnenl
might, bo entou In the middle of tho
night, when thoughts crowd on tho
mind nud care sits heavy. It Is the
wakeful digestion that claims Its due
nnd clamors to bo fed.' Our forefa
thers were wise, and many a hunter
nfter old furniture knows the quaint
little cupboard with a grated door
which served for the night meal and Is
now sometimes labeled a cheese cup
board. A bedside book Is of no use
when tho pangs of hunger make for-
mastery, but with a book nud a
snack" ono can contrive to pass
some pleasant hours, even when sleep
does not touch one's eyelids and the
sweet boon. of ; unconsciousness evades
one's grasp. New Vork Times.
.- Edible Illrdu- NcHtM,
The nests of the little swift (a kind
of swallow), gathered along the rocky
cliffs with so much dllliculty and yet
In uiwli minntttli's on account of the
protect the people against that crime L.jji,, juumuj, re formed of a
more by the exposure of unusually salivary secretion which soon becomes
large surfaces of the silk fiber paper
which cannot be imitated, rather
than by artistic workmanship of the
The new $." certificate will present
i the central figure a magnificent
type of the Indian chief in full feath
ers. A large --V," with the word
five" arched through it, will also be
used. The new $11) note will show a
battleship under full headway.
Worked into the border 011 the side
will be a vignette of Decatur, wink-
on the other w ill appear one of Coin
niodore llainbridge. The back of
the new 10 will be a departure from
all - previous designs on paper cur
rency, and will represent an arcade
consisting of three open arches, sup
ported at either end by Corinthian
columns. The twiv-slde arches will
fie left blank to expose the silk fibre
In the central arch will appear a
delk atelv engraved femalf liguiu
Ivoifviug linigrcKs. She holds aloft
a flaming torch, while in the
ground thc.workl rolls in her,
tiria oa exposure to the air. It ls a
glutinous white substance with little
red dots. They are clean, tho nests
being taken ns soon as completed. The
little swift, being repeatedly robbed, is
nt last compelled to eko out Its waning
supply ot secretion with little sticks
and grass and Is thus enabled to lay
Its eggs and hatch Its young, ns only
nests free from foreign material are
merchantable. "A Sketch of tho I'hiJ-
Ipplues" lu Self Culture.
chuckling black porter worked lute lul
to the nivlit removing that rlbbou.-, ,
Vlnn ('..! lavi'M Out. v
The Adirondack region nbonnds with
streams, moat of wbk-h cbu some tlino,;'
pe made .ugu of ns bouhli-b pf Jwrif oi (
carrying- on iiiuuhu-ich. ruuuiug rail-.
roads 'and furnishing light mid ho.it.
Indeed, the great problem at present
Is not at all to Had available heads of
water, but to devise means of tnius-
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In.u ... I.ittiv tlltltfllMWU. . "S. '..
It Is Impossible to believe that viti
the success of existing plants and thel
spectacle of practically unlimited pow
er going to wasto ou every hand, to
stimulate inventive genius, method
will not he devised before very long
for overcoming this dllliculty of trans
Whether It Is by the discovery of
some new conveyor or by using a sue-
cession of generating plants or by a
process of storing tho electricity tlv. .
conveying It by freight or express or
however, the uew 'tower Is bvund la
time to come into practically tvtlversal
If the dllliculty of transmission is.
never wholly obvious. It may b the-v
will he Homo regrouping of liilustrles
nud communities In the near Vicinity of
tmitorUtnt sources or water-supply. -
Cluutdh's Magazine. , - : '
t-l ... -.!
' . Tho Cuuhc of It. , ,'f
A TeUectiou nut allogcthe." wltna
. - . TI . I M
value to sucn reuuume scrims ns 11:1 x'
uot yet found their public Iscnutnlu, (.,)
in a remark made at a receit dinner In
London, where IIOO literary iomeii met '
one another. Says the Lmdiiu Out
As the extremely well dr ssed. crawl'
surged and swayed rouul the plat
form after the recitation wlik-li f.
lowed the dinner a yoiinswoniaii vyii
tm'ed to remark to one. of the --ii".
hande" upen the cxcecdli.gly piui'l'r-
ous uppearnnu; of sevcill yi the lit- .
erary women. I
"Uless you." was tho i'ick respouso,
"that U uot literatare-t Is husbands!"
wouieii are uinoo ,
uien are iu:nU
you are a worth-
it f wortiuess woii(n
a! worthless boy you
will b ft wortfilesi 111:10. nud tin- uest
cducatlDd iucn and women once did not
know f'A, It, t-;Mj that ftll the lliluga
which fru art learuln hud to b
lcaruoil b Uieii: that the efforts focit
In making othiu hiiwiy will hi sonui
wny add to f ou- own impplucss; that a
life of! niepilucss nud hclpf uhii-si I
worth mM faaics more tUua at if 0
plcaauio. I "I ' ' '
suiterior to a low-class Mexican. -aw
Mrs. Th-. John "U'eddick, Mis. C.
n A Wells. Mrs. I., .t'lox , und Mrs.
HiJcov scut to the dvt.ent.iiui camp lit
' 'verul bags of mju'li needed
tlu- itiniates. ' Commend-
Home on Him.
'Got a good Joke ou myself." said
the inuu who link accumulated a little
property by hard work. "I usked tuy
wlfo whnt was tho drUereuce between
me and a horse. Intending to say that
I was a forehanded nam and tho horse
was a four footed beast. What do you
suppose she said-."
'(.Jlvo It up." said the other mau.
'Said Btiq guessed It must be the
length of tuj ears." India uapolls Jour
Like Hla Father.
"Charley, dear." said young Mrs.
Torklns, "tho baby Is trying to talic
again. It's wonderful how ho takes
'What was he talking about ?'
'I think It must have been politics.
He started very efclmly, tnit In a few
luiuutes be was as nagry and red la
the faeo a he could be." Washington
Anaesthetics were known In the days
,of llonuVliud the Chinese 2.000 years
ngo lind a preparation of heuip known
as 'Hiim'yo" to, deadcu loin eomothlug
btmihir to our nioderu Jt'iiiuo.
'I'll I il KM , fie
ot elris uid t lat
od boy: tlat if
les.- girt ou
nud If you
"I am willlUM to fo fthiiost anvilili
for ainusoniei)t,'t.iutt(l tlu port
sits iuU. who hi
dniggeil himself half wy ui thr niou
lulu KM?- aud stojnfed t4 twt,but lb
Is a llttlo too much." ' w-,,
"This isn't ainuBomnU'vfsn.hlne
one of th other member of th.
Thls Is gpor t." Cldcaifo Trlbuy ,
' Theao Lovlaft Clrta. . j
Helen Set my w,v pusageiin ii t l
pon't you think C.uorge has p)oilliaK
lectlojQ,Ajf J rlug. Clcpgv 1
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