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IV'BLISHXD EVERY SATLfRDAY
t- I 111 W TVL. "1 iiv'i
WAilUiU, m, H. I.
,riisr;ii.i:TioN; rati a
I 'ee V. c;i
f v. r.n l'.( Venn 1 . J. .ill
flee -i-xiix if the Nievx i;0;:i!t ( .mnmnli ii- I
V.t -,t i in lit 'nplrs. Writ, only on
M li'i'T 'uuii r. Siu-n your mimr whii'h
v. HI in- hi'iil i--u t:.l -i t i :t I If iIimIiviI.
C. B. ROBERTSON. Ed. and Prop.
fcF.S. 0. B. ROBERTSON'. Bus. Mgr.
Saiurda, March 17
-WanUvl, a bank. Witilnku just iii'.v. ulToiM an excellent open
ing ior a loan ua.l exchange bank. Then- is a lar.g.; movement of
lnoivey a'.ul b:n:!:-yg business on Maui which mm Hows through
lIicVivlii or, through, the postottVo. There h; a!s,j considerable do
ui.'.r.it ior n tulj oasl,. bnckod by gilt oagi-d security. ' .
Important business transactions are fiv.'pu ntly delayed or pre-,
vented by lac k of i lie aeeuinniodatlons which a l.ian and exchange
bank would famish. There is enough nclivo c-:ipital on Maui to
establish suc h :'n institut ion. but the business men lioiv have been,
so lni'.-- acoustia.iod to conduct their banking; and ox; hango busi
ness through Honolulu that they can b ird-y ;:ider.star,d what asiv-
ir.ir in time, in:
n- and toinncr
their lankin,ir bu-.'.nos.s at iiouio. .
The at tent ur. .i' livo men. both on tho Island 5 and on the Coast
is vespecti'uliy invited to this article. Tiierc; U capital in Wailnku
ready to bac k s u-h an ciitoi'jn'u'.r. if taken In luf't'd by the l'ijrht peo-
h'. and it -.vo'iik'. be a m i:i:-y-mak'uijr cnterpri'-e.
" o c o
Unit 'Vailuka 1
vemont. it would bo. v.'cll
ritv to ina.!!' urate a' vci'icunent system (if disposing of the
clusl am! rubl-Vh which is ci;ntinu;;ll c-olloctiag. Every household
in Wa'luka .should bo l'cvjuiiv.l and if ,n. ":: -wavy. c. impelled to
Jreeii his promises swept clean. And there should be a paid in
spector to si-o ih.it this is clone. ,
Tiiore si ii mid be also be means provide! h lnii4! oiv io some suit
able jilact. this ;;?.eumul;tio:i ,of -rubbinh. Tubs or barrels should
l;o provided for the rac 'pti..-.: cl lvtas.-.. and it should be hauled
v.wny once a day if necessary, or at least as often as is found. to be
uec tvssi ry . rl j . . s
poliit. but we
3 Tiiero scov
lierself of plat;u :
is idl that it should be necessary to say on this
ay have to revert to it again.
o a -
'; but one thins; 'eft to Hom.lviuj. in order to rid
and that is to rid herself of rals.' A bounty of one
"at caarht or killed in Honolulu, with five dollars
vlc.Mar for ovt-
.i;lded if the iv.'.ent proves to be
'...te tlie Indus'. y so as to jjivo some hope of cler.iing them outof
the c ity. Of c arse it is an expon.-dve liieihod of gettins rid of
them, but it-will prove more expensive, sviil to leavouaiy piague in-
.. felled "rats alive in Honolulu to propagate the plague indefinitely.
' &iu.k a bounty ivov.ld be the Pied Piper of Hantelin which would
clear Her., -lulu o; tlie rats and witlHhein the i.'tague. But as long
lis sic!: rats :.:; loft to run al..ng the telejii'ione wires from one end
f Kor.olu.lti to the other; just so l..ng wi!1 tlie yellow Hag My on her
iiousi -taps. . '
HI! Ti.T. i'i lots'ih lu'eliltle towii.- "which dot c enh'.d Maui, as well as
tlie sir. all tracts of irrigated agricultural land surrounding them,
hving prices which would make even a boom town or fruit ranch
Vr. California look to its laurels. There is really very little mil es
tato v liich can be bought at any price, and when a piece is offered
f r sale, everybody wauls lo buy it.
" In this connection the News takes the liberty of gyving the
Hawaiian s a word of advice. Don't seh the little t:iv. patches
which your fathers left you. You owe it to your children to pre
serve a home for them
' I C CJ
HjJ If. as foreshadowed by recent t; legrams. ex-Quern Liliuoka-
lani receives but the n'.ggard'v
10. (HKi per year, an injustice wm certainly have been done. She
should have more and she should have it in a lump sum. But of
course the members ffeni Squibosh and okowhogan will never con
sent to knuckle down lv royalty
justice to the ox-Queo"
Hon. H, P. Balxlwin pn .ijdrnt
warehouses in K;
Th.e unselnsh an
rn.it.er shouU b.
evs in Honolulu.
There is i;r. elenier.t c' h"r.
in submit tin,',' to hvi-u'.niloa
I'.dopt that simple me.'.ns of ra deling
plague. Their e'cample sh.ml;' be urhe.
people of Hoi'o'ula and a!! ot'.ier
t. write or tele
"-idv put ihe 1
for his in
; Iivun a ! sect.on.s
: It is h ii'-d t ; belief that tlie delay in th
'V.ulu'iii v.'iiier works h.is purpis;'y beer, n.i
I:, which the w
si-. add "ii lit at .
:k e mld 1
n v.i'.l i;. i'
rt;- Ch(" ilr.g i.. .., i -..
!V.";;ie c.iHIe. 'J .' i"ro is n r.v a
r.. -.-.'ssary bills wi!! ! p-;w I
ruction of the hoe vii!
ahist th:- J i.i.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
ri.i'l. .1. V. Kv.hl!-. Cimilt .In K'n.
I .1. K. N. K.-.-l;., tli-vlt llii-i-ni: C.mrt.
liuliti' V '.':. . Hist. JIii!Mruti Wuiluloi
l.n In lta
I . i-: 1
I,. V. Mi'Hlwitt. S!n r t.
A. X. lliyvliii'l:. ".'W ty S'.rlllt,
w. ii. Ki!i:
Ouv (iiinlii'-.,!t. 1 iitiiin 1
M. lvi'lllim-llli-I. " "
l.tll'l : -V. "
F. .1. Kiv;ry.
l II. Di-.-ln-.v. Tr : Ais mi-.
W. T. K"l:i:...-li. U'li'tty As-Hir.
Y. O. Ai:;. n,
;!d be io be able te irausact
a sl..p .fr ward in the line
for the shciili' and others in au-
infecie! v.ith plague, will stimu-
L'o.oiM) and an annuity of
sufficiently to do an act of simple
of the Maui .Sanitary Connr.it-
th.e plaguo infected stores find
liu'ol. Wo!:ch r ii la? kn iws who owns them ?
d pub'.ie spirited position which he takes Jiv this
a s.dut."-; le. -.-! )ii t soma of tlia property own-
of D:s. Wood and
in order t
induce the people to
t uemsei vet unmune from
.t iting'.y followed by the
pi tgeo iaecteJ district
j .:ai. are caraiaily requested
hone a's inei-est:r:g rew.'s Items from their re
s. "Te'ejoioue Tommy" hi.es t. t dk, and has al
imdev m ire obligati-.ti i than h c::n soon repaj'
ii c-ousi i action of the
rmitti .1 until the time
sed. But if the delay
n of ihe work now bo-
. er.g?vs ; relative to a
doubt but that tho
:t congress and con-
e.::ply a war
.J"lio "Matii Ni'w"' lias niionri'(l in
ti-.liewspulMT xvtirld. Aivitlicr oh-
. t on v liich to ilcvn'p tin inidni'lit
e'.! or i lci tric lijflit. nnotlicr iimvinc
in" s'arn of l'roirn'ss of civilizn-
tien tin' iniilM of tin- Paeilic (HCin.
It (icins luirdly pos.-Hiie tlait the
di.sty dreamy ill 1 1 ;r c of tliirly
Vi'.ts 111 cum liavc l!(v.nu d Into n
t il y of iit-wspniMT!, rnilw uys ind lo
tcls Miyportin;,' lawycrn and mori'
than on physician, even dentists,
civil civ hirers and urchitci ',s. Ho
nolnlu will now Iwcoino Intimately
un:ntcd with M;mi. and. no :lonM
the intimacy will lend to the warme!
friendship. The oi'nin immlxT i
i.-. aot a fair target for the critic.
l -'ve may express the hope
the iiajier may continue ns um-'ii!
a:::l attractive as it has l)c;.;r.n. V.'c
u; phuid th - "oi'.iwinj; extract from
the Maui News: -'It is to be li.-pi-tl
that the i-ncrou.i donation whi. 'atla'
t;' H.liiiles nv.i'le for the I (: lit
of tie suiTi'vinjr poor in Iloae'aiu
co.ijihdwi'li M)' prompt and cner'e
t::' rid whivh llcuolulu iscxteiulirg to
V! l! i in her hour of tr.uiHe, will j,-r.
fi. to restore a feeling or inrtua!
friemlshiji li-.twcen t!i' two. Wai
lnku c xti nds the olive I ranch ti
holli." Anglican ( h . lvh Chronicle.
DR. MAXWELL'S REPORT.
iIoNoi.l !.f,.n. 1.. March .'. V.HiO.
Dr. C. IV M'oed . I'resi lent Hoard of
Dear Sir:--In view of the circum
stance that 1 was absent from the
Islands during the cried when tie
tion had to betaken dialing with
the plague, and that 1 have been
able to do little more than praise the
great ( tiorts and sacrKices made l y
vour institution, anil ov cit:zen. in
handling the situation, fought possi
bly to apologize for troubling you at
all in the mutter. I have noticed,
however, that the question is ah ead;:
being discussed i.s to print t shviYl be
done with the soil nifecAe I areas
where properties tvow burned down.
It is suggested liat disiiifec1,:uits
should be us;a; and. further, that
subihivrte ucid would be the best
agent ior the purpos.'. Alter con-
idorin,' -the jirecise kndwleilge to
hand, of the efioet'of dilute s olutions
the said acid upon the plague
bacilli, au.l jthc value of acidulated
tor for surface street sprinkling
purposes, on the other hand 1 am ol
the opinion that sulphuric arid ois
infeclants. applied in ray reasonable
quantities, would not i.o eueciive u.
treating soils, and quite specifically
our soils, and for the following rea
sons; A As soon as the aril hi any dis
infectant becomes neutralized by the
bases in tho soil its antiseptic action
as an acid ceases.
IJ Hawaiian soils pro ultra basic
as eistinguisho 1 frepi old country,
acidic soils, and they therefore swal
low up and rapidly ''eador inert any
volume of free acid This is clue
largely to the excess of iron in the
soils; but in the neighborhood of Ho
nolulu, coral reef, underlying or
mixed up with tho soil, adds special
ly to the basic nature of the soil.
The basic nature of Honolulu so:
make ', them naturally more antisep
tic than old siliceous soils, because
of the case and rapidity with which
via' soil bases eat ir) tie organic
matter. If. however, for a special
reason, and in any specific localities.
it is desirable to add to the soil sonn
antiseptic agent. I suggest it should
bo alkaline, and quite decided caustic
or uuick linio.- Time' would not onlv
continue t:r evert its action in tin
soil, relatively uninterfore;! with bv
tlie soil constituents, but it can bo ap
plied in ample bulk and at a low cost.
considering tho grave purpose ii
view. Tho outside cost of lime, at
normal prices, would be about $1
per ton. which, at the rate of appli
cation of teu tons, would amount to
$ir!) per acre, of -the land to bi
trei: t-cl: s:i that twenty acres would
cost, at that rate, for the lime
In applying it i.s advised that th
lime should be turn -u out ef tin
barn !.; and spread evenly over th
land and allowed to lie hM s.i long
exposed to the uir as is necessary to
slake, a.id fall Into tin powdered
state, in which it can be absolutely,
evenly distributed. If it lii-s too long
it will become inactive, on account
of tailing up carlxmlc acid from the
air. in ul returning to the carbonate
Unless it is actually pr.ivcn that
tl.o germs lie ai a greater depth
tin.'. n one or two inches, tho soii
.i.-.ouhl be ploughed only to taut depth,
for in proportion to the ina.-,s of soil
mixed no with the li;:-.1 will be the
j potoiK y of the h-U.v. Ton t ::; if
lime means 2n,Oi'io wninds per nero;
one inch of soil over tlie space of an
acre means, "(10. (MM) pounds of soil,
so that to plough the lime in ;to a
great depth vouhl mean the dilution
f Ihe nnti.-eptie until the i'.ction
would he aline ? nil. i
It may further he in place to say
that r'l cessjiools. etc. teat it may
he ivcessnrv to cmiitv. should he
thoroughly trcu'.ed with burnt, un
slaked linio hi'fore being handled.
1 am. Mr President, yours very
truly, AV.u.tkh Maxwf.m..
Cnptiln Lcnry Governing Cunm.
That sturdy old naval ollieer. Cap
lain Lenry. is making his in ark in
LVWorning Con in. lie appears to be
,; frt of I.' ibir.M m Cm or a S.uieho
I'anz:; ruling his bland. Some of his
lede'-s iignh.liag agriculture and
vicial lile l-i.-e a distinctly comie
flavor. Ill: derive : !xiisVmg slavery,
even in the a:'ld form of peonage, is
no joke, lie ho'ds that it cannot
exist where the American constitu
tion is pa.M'.nour.t. lie has further
decreed that the native.;, instead o!
keeping t wenly -nine feast and fasl
days cry inonth. i.ui- t vi rk on
ihiie I: i.ls oa every day ef Mr- .vi I;
:cep; :'.-. ..-.ill y. mi l 1h;.t hi wiil jro
eir.ini from time to ti.e.e what holiday!
they are to keep. ile bega.u by de
clarirg Thanksgiv'ng J'ay a time on
wl.'n h t'.ey lrnsi t eae from their
labors, give thanks to A 'mighty (hi!
Tor the blessings of in e govciT.ment
which he l .'.d g;M n teem, and. that
h;1 v I1. .i-.e, they were to feast and
make merry, lie himself and hi
ollirers i' tl the w:v In the morning
thev attcitdiil church and in tin
afteriio.in they had all the -.ple out
of doors, where pivnts ire made
to the children Old 'male, naming,
and ga.i.it". of various kinds indulged
in. 'A'hat in tlescribed r.s 'tl.e gay-
t lane ever known in duaiii was
itad. The old sea dog is reported as
n joy ii g his task aimuiryly. and
vcr tiring of M-tt'ng his people
xainples that he thinks f hey will do
well to follow. It would bo worth
while to know what is thought of ai!
this in Washington. After defendini.
the toleration of slavery in theSulus,
Mii cannot suddenly rise up and bless
m American Covcrnor who bleaks
nit in noble indignation at tl.e (-poc-
tacle of slavery undcn the United
States flag, nud Imhlly declares it h
violation of the United States Con
stitution. Jf Governor Learv is right.
General Otis and i'roMtlont McKinloA
are wrong; u they are correct u
their view of Ihe legal right of slav
ery to exist untie r our nag in tin
Suhis, then he is all at sea in main
taining that it has no such right ii
Guam. Hut the opinion of tho Ame
rican people on this subject is in no
maimer of doubt. They abhor tin
treaty made with the Sultan, reeog-
lixing shivery and polygamy. An.
public nuin who supports it will be
repudiated at the polls in .oveinocr
next. Governor Lcaiy deserves to
be aniikuidod for his act. lie would
receive more credit for it. however.
a it (lit! not so sauiv reflect upon
what has been doile ci.scwhcre
Austins Hawaiian Vcokly.
Antiquity of Oahu.
Dr. .Maxwell, on page' o
Thrum's Ai nual. says: Over the
silos i p. on which the swcral island.-
rest today the waters of tho Pacific
rolled, and but a short time ago."
A few lines Inter, he qualitfe 1his bv
the words, "geologically sjicaking
they are of very recent dale."
It seems probable that we shall b
compelled to impute a much greater
antiquity to Oahu thun has hither!
been done. Professor Dull, who i
an expert on the age of fossiU. h
year examine;; ine lossii sir.::a o
Pearl Harl or. He now assig;is tl.ost
sliells to the Plioce'. e, a.:d probab'i
as far back in the Tertiary as tit
Miocene. This is Nomcwhi.t recent
1 geologically,'" yet probably uniil'ini
Hut the elevated reefs of Pea
Harbor are modern as compared
with the deep c.Jcaiv os strata e
artesian boriiurs i .."no feet Im-Iow 1 1 -
surface. IJo.v n.u h moi e rr.ri.-n
also ore Dird I. tmlNecliar I., whit 1
arc b:;t the surviving. sum:. iit.- of vas
vo'eeanie doincs long sunken bi
the ocean. i e cannot sav how vv. :,
million years ago. or how lm g befe:
the Tt '-l'tiary. volcanoes began to v.
inn up iia-uuiaa; anna s i-. u ivi-.v-;;..
The Fl iead.
AVtr.i Kv. ?j.vri. TT. .1.
March 12th, !(!!.
To the Editor of the Mac! Mfiws.
In order to avoid a possible n jscon
eeption, will you kindly permit iie to
point out the following error which
inadvertently appeared in my letter
to your paper of the lath, inst,?
In referring to the ..cases': which
hud been proved by I actet iological
examination to be cases f Plague.
I spoke of them in the older of their
examination as cases 5. i!; and 7:
whereas. I should have enumerated
them in the order ef their occurence
as t!, (I. and 7.
T:!c';raphic Hmncp DjnieJ.
Mr. Fred Xaylor. now of the Ha
waiian L,hmds. has late letters from
Australia which authentically deny
the telegraphit rcinor of l--b. Ml it.
relative to 'Jl.tlll Isritis'i soldiers w!io
were claimed to be wandering for
weeks in ululand. as rcio;'ted by
the coi-.-cs)o:iclcnt of the 'petit
il'cu." and telegraphed to ail parts
if the world.
Ore-. Wcotl ;mJ Dcy l:socii!ccd.
The first man in the Hawaiian
Islands to .take the prophylactic of
plague is Dr. C. R Wood, president
of the Hoard of Health.
On Monday the Hoard decided
that persons desiring to leave Hono
lulu for e.r.y piece need not go into
quarantine, out woukt ho allowed o
leave if they wov.'.li submit to an
inji ction . 1 tho prophylactic and
rewaiii in town tor seven davs. Dr.
Wood thought that it was only fair
that he should be the first man to
As a result of.fhe inoculation. Dr.
Wood passed a n ost miserable day
utd Dr. Day felt uncomfortable."
having been inoculated also, innne-
liet"ly after Dr. Wood. ,
t a late hour Tuesday nig'"t. Dr.
WiKjd felt ii great deal better., but
Dr. Day rep.n ted that he was still
Not Afraid o? Havvolia.is.
I am not afraid of tho Hawaiia'-i
vote. Senator Henry aicrhouso
said this morning and continued:
'My reason is that, having been
tssociato with the nawai'.aussolorig-
t is approncl ing the fiftieth anniver
sary of our family's arrival here I
uive conlidor.ee that they will do as
well, for lioth themselves and the
aintry. as a large proportion of the
voters on the Mainland. nullctin.
Mar. . A full rally of inspectors
responded to the call of a meeting by
the Citizens' Sanitary Committee v s
tcrday afternoon. Pet-.vcca forty
and fifty gcntleiiien weiv present,
inclutli.ig executive ini-mber's and
President Dr. Wood. Dr. Emerson
and V. J. Lowrcy of the Hoard of
L. A. Thurston, chairman, stated
that the meeting was called on account
-f changed conditions. Sub-ii:sp(
tors were either dropping oil entire
ly or doing inclllcient work in somt:
listricts. If the work was not done
liioroiigi.iy iiieiv was na'jie to U1 a
fresh outbreak in an uninspected
Dr. Wo ul spoke of the work asnto
ohig s i well as at tho start, til
neii doing it were getting tired.
Tlie I it ui rd of Health appreciated the
fact that having gone on for some
months the work was getting irk
some. If they had their own say
tl.ey should be in favor of continuing
the wm k by voluat.H-rs. They should
lil o to he ve further r.s-istam-e from
the Citizens' Sanitary Committee. It
wou'd nol lie well, at any rate, for
the volunteer insjK'i-tors to stop M.d
di-td.y. Ix-fore jn.id in .pet tors had
time to become fr.nelier vlth thilr
Mr. ilutchius. i... .t sub-'n .pe. tor
stig stcd that il tl.e in o.vlio'i if
l.omt s know u as leiiii and llulr in
mates a ho.ie-t. we v relaxed
number of sub-in .tx-t t h1 -tuhl i
extra work in t-, i ding a
A. . ,m ";ill,.bu!-g -to (t
tlie self ililel i st - f h.ijiie p. i.;.'.. '
concealing cm h i t ic'o.t ..... Ior fi ;
it might U- pla;.'? e jiud , t!
burniu of their house . !. t I: pcoj,
i . .. . . . , i - - .ii
i.i. tie it jx'iiii i i i , ,!!.. ;i'..t. in j oi
ussuiv net s of i !i fc'n.' v. !J w I i n ,!,
Mib-ilil ect '. ' r:n J em ' A .,'
inspet tor co.ie.: ;- ;.t mkl , t
be mol t likely to ('el -t t ai y t'i i -j
tion. ' " '
A. J. Can, p' ' i e.t-1 t . :ve tl
insp'-i li .u c iil'.ie.e " f ir ,t l a.
two wc.-l;,." Cii-iv' Ht.':v:ir.
y ; : . - . i.
SAV THE FURNACE.
nl the Itfunlt of tr Innpecllon W
Very I nsntlf.trtnrjr,
Tho host loiil-.rsl lit Ids Blu-st. i
"Come' down in tt-.o liasi-nient." lie
wild, with a ullRlit wink. "I want to
slimy yiiit niy funiiipi-."
The lieftti-fg gl.nu.-ed lip, wltlmi queer
".Mr. 5r.tvijj-5in is qufto daft about
his fin-mew. Mr. Jnllyhoy," lio nalil;
"I've no doubt he'll linvo yon down
t'lere every 1tin lio ipens ft clamper."
Tim host turned nwny ntnl tlmkcd
ntlShtly, n.rirl then tlioy steiipoJ down
tin? Hlnlra tepetlicr. '
Mr. Stiwrstin wont straight to tin?
ftirniiee room and. reneliinji nttove tin)
Ok-k"(l In lienter. pulled tlowtl n squ.-it
Mack lintik- nntl a small glass, lie fill
ed the latter.'
"Here's to th: furuacp," ho said,
with a lai.-'.r.-ie chuc-Uli', a he pnssert
the ji-hisa to hi.! fvticst. "llnvo to bo a
little c.'nc;"ul, you know, on nccoiiat of
tho old laily. l'.est v,-onian tn the world;
of ciiae.'e. but prejinllcetl. How's
tliatV 'J'lie Ktiest (dilpeil anil tool:
ilnwn the content!! of the .l.iss. "Now,
what would you call Unit?"' .
"Well." c-pliod the visitor, with a
horrible fsrlm:ieo. "lo lie frank with
you, I would chll It a li-.inhiy good snin
pit? of upoilcil cider vlneaar."
."Eh: Wlmtr' And the host hastily
poured out .1 kI.iss nail took tl mouth
ful. "Wow-w-w! So It is. llaiiR It nil;
the old hitly has discovered, tlie IiitllnS
place! Wonder wjiat la thunder she
did with the real, stuff? Heavens;
Wlint (i contempt ililo trick! Let's go
up stairs." And they went.
"How tthl Mr. Jollyhoy like the fur-'
naee?" iniiiilred Ihe lioslc.8 ns sho
looked iii, Willi n pleats.mt smile. !
Tho acidulated (tliest did his best to
call up a smile In rtj-turn.
"It's a pileiidid furnish I should say
furnace," lio remarked. "I don't think
1 ever i-aw onij with better appoint
ments outithlo and Inside."
"And on top, too?" queried the hosts
ens sweetly. Then she pointed to the
open register tit her feet.
"It's quite wonderful," she ndded,
"how dlBtltw-tly the sound of voices In
tho furnace room below comes up
through the register. I could hear ev
ery wurd you said!"
Then she laughed nol'tly.
Jut the men Hindu no coinmeut.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
ITl I.llrrnry Hotitltir.
Au author filled out ns follows a
question blank from one of the literary
review isymlleatcB recently:
"Do you burn the midnight oil?"
"Yes when the gas hill's due."
"What time do you rise?"
"Whenever tho bill collector knocks."
"What Is your daily exercise?" i
"CliiahltiB trees to ovoid the bailiff."
"When do you dine?"
"Whenever 1 can."
"What lu your chief study?" '
"How to pay tho rent, appease thfl '
butcher, eomforl the linker, silence tha
groeerynian and settle the s;aa bill!"-
An Intmlcnl Itmntir.
'Did you say that 1 scattered money
right mid left In my cauipaijju.s?" ask
ed Senator Sorghum.
'Well, somebody said It, and It was
a mighty mean trick. Tho first thing
1 know they'll have tho people who
wore goliiK to voto for me unyhow
thinking It's a Blieei- waste of money
to jro up to tho polls and east au lion-'
ebt buliot." Washington Star.
And lie Luoki-tl It.
Auntie What! Yo-u don't mcrin to
my nil those boys are waiting to tako
you to school?
j:islo Oh. no! Ono of them don't
go to our Hchool. New York Journal.
A Ilarctiin OfTerril.
Editor Well, young woman, if tho
Ktoty u!u me, 1 will pay you $13 for
. Yotin;; Lady Author (iK-rsuasiwly)
on, cowf. now. liny It without rctuhy ,
:njf iu nun in lei you nave it tor $1U.
Head Wniter-Shiill I send a waiter
to wnlt on you. sir?
IJiic-nl (who has been waiting In vala
for IIJ inbiittes) I u in ciiiiqii'lled to re
quest 11:1 citrt-mu privilege even
tii.iiiiit, 1 know ii tllouuliii your system.
Aer. I Ira Adji-i-tlt t-4. "
1.11 1 Willie Say. pa, wliat's a ro
(li.mla iejr ef expretfsiou ?
l'a-l'.:,i mora woitU Umu are
In c."-....".!-)- to c.,;-fs one's meauhis, '
mull t "wuillliy iceman." "wvaltliy
iJinuUr," etc. li!cagu New.
M.Miioli.ti.siidcliKlittillj j-iiy friend,
ytui ru Imm-m to coinuiund. Aro you
Iitii't.t,I Kt raver No. Bur.
JiUilu-.-Ni.w Yorlj Wtcl.ly.
"No," ..ld liif j,!-, -a i nu'.h.r rrsrot
fully; i l .e.e ai t reached th.i um;iclo
if nva y-f. No cut; 1 a yet nce:ssj t
u;o i,f .l iliii-il.,,' a Utug forgotten
work." Chicago l ost.
ro:.o iiiuoiiu;) "ire kt mil v i i. '
Ilr l.-t t ..a fU-ir cnus." XT'
ana. e.uiiu-uoir lajuiiuus, John.
Tlit-a ajjould ltt p on their rfht aidtl.
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