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8UNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., 8UNDAV. FEBRUARY 2, 1902
Amasa a Bird
,They liac taken Amasa nvvay to
tin- Eastern Malno Insane Hospital. !
He had Krovvn to he rather loo much
of a nioblem ornlthologically, for the ,
Penobscot county Milage Not to !'
tlniate that Amasa Is n hird He only I
thinks he Is It was when Amnsi
crew to he worse than the combined ,
dove and English s,.ar.ovv plagues in-'
the Milage that he was taptured and i
wramml to n enco that would hold
Km lie now beats against e bars '
HIS.- .."eCSCneTBrang:Sh,me0,s. 'i ,
wnnt to get out. but, n.i things ton-
gldcred It seems best that Amasa I
Btaj where ho Is. I
Amasa had been on the poor fnrm
quite a while Ho had lost his prop
ertj In a lawBiilt of some sort, and It
touched his brain llciorc people sup. '
liosed that he was losing his mind i
over tho matter, ho used to say over
nnd over again "Them lawyers havo I
nicked me clean ' i
I'rom dwelling on tho Idea Hint ho '
had been nicked to evolving the no i
Hon that he was fowl of some sort was
n natural gradation of lunacy. If oti '
were ever Incllneil to bo crazv 5011 will i
understand how mull things work It ,
ou never were crazy, ask jour frlcml I
the alienist I
Pretty soon the keeper of the poor I
farm noticed thnt Amasa gathered up I
nil the looio feathers he could find
around the premises. Ho tucked this I
salvaged plumage nil over himself.
Ills hat brim bristled lino the bond
dresB of a Sioux chief. Later he tie
Mdopcd new symptoms. Ho used to
scruff his foot on tho floor when ho
came Into the dining room at the poor
farm When ho sat down ho would
scrabble his fingers about over tho
oilcloth tnble covering and emit a bo
rles of "Putt, putt-kerlups" that would
ntmost send Aunt Dunham, the epllcp
tic patient, Into hysterics.
"What In tophot'a tho matter with malned there. He slept nights In thc
jo, Amasa?" asked the poor-form haymow of a detached barn on thc
keeper one day whllo Amasa was mak-! outskirts of the village Some of the
Ing especial demonstration with tho grocery men fed him on crackers and
toe of his shoe, standing In the center ! cheese. Ho spent most of his tim
of tho dining ruom and scratching sitting on a certain stone hlt'hliig
away at tho seamed old floor. post In the sun Even on cold dnys
Amnsa sidled up to tho keeper and j he was hunched there
whispered sepulchrally In his car- Ab booh as the bojs of the vlllogo
"Haven't jou noticed that I'm growing ' found out that Amasa believed that he
to be a Leghorn rooster?" iwbb a rooster he had plenty of attu
"Leghorn jour Aunt Ilctsy'" snarl-itlon paid to him Some biought him
ed the keeper "You want to stop all ' more feathers. Others, less kind, put
them gee-whoollklns nround hero oricnjcnno pepper on ciackers and fed
I'll tlo jou up In a box stall." them to him. Amasa would ' tchick"
"They picked me once," said Amasa, I In most approved poultry fashion tin
San Francisco. Jan. .-Rudolph
Spreckcls was In control at the annual
meeting of tho stockholders of the San
Finnclsco Gas nnd Electric Company
at their nnnual meeting yesterday. Ho
did not use his power to more than tho
extent of electing the majority of tho
Loard of dltcctors, making a change In
his following In thc directorate and
organizing the new board. Such old-
timers as Adam Grant, Levi Strauss
and Joseph II Crockett wcro retired,
Thomas II. Illshop gave way to Edward
J. McCutcheon as the last-named nt
torncj Is In better accord than the for
mer I nthe pollcj or Kudolph Spreckcls,
nnd several other new men were chos
Had ho so desired the joung million
aire might have been president of Hit
San Kranclsco Gas and Electric Com-panj-,
but he preferred being simply
pilot with another man at the helm, so
that tho new board of directors nnd
officers selected wcro as follow b Wil
Ilnm U Mourn, president of the Empire
Gold Mining Companj-. president. A.
II. Pajson, vice president, Georgo II
Collins. William J Dutton. Prank II
King. Edward J. McCutcheon. Louis
1". Monteagle) J oDwney Harvey. C
Osgood Hooker, Daniel T Murphj and
Itudolph Spreckcls, directors, with A.
D. Orlmwood secretary In place of
William T. Barrett, who has filled Hint
position for forty jears. The pollcj of
the new regime Is stated to be rigid
On the Whole, There Is Progress, But
It Should De Greater.
The Daptlsts of New York havo de-
tided to ralso a twentieth centuiy
fund of $1,000,000 or more to be ex
pended along tho lines of chiiith cf-
fo rt. By taking this step thej havo
Imitated the Episcopalians, who nro
raising a similar but larger furnl, nnd
the Methodists, who last jear begnn
tho taislng or a Jubilee ytar Hind or
$20,000,000, nnd havo now nearly ac
complished the task.
Tho Iloston Tianstrlpt, which de
Mites much space to religious muttus
and Is generally regarded as an au
thority, sajs that tho now jt-ar out
look In four of the nlno religious boo
les In tho United 8tates having the
largest memberships Is promising, in
three It is fair, and In at least two It is
ominous. Those having the bright
prospects aro tho Presbyterians
North and South, Methodists North
and South, Lutherans in general coun
ell and general sjnod. Disciples of
Christ, Quakers, and United Brethren.
The samo authority says fair condi
tions prevail In Homan Catholic. Bap
tist North and South, Jew, Universal
1st. and Unitarian bodies It will oe-
easion somo surpnso mm, um impei
sets down tho Protestant Episcopal
and Congregational bodies ub in "a pt-
rlod of depression "
It Is not likely thnt disaster Impends
.,. . -iii imnrn.i rhurebes
like everything else hnvo their ups
and downs Considered from the
buslnoss point of Mow they nio cost
ly 'lo maintain tho churches of this
country and to mak llio usual annual
advanco requires $200,000,000 a jear
Tho outsldo donntlons and oequests to
churches nnd religious enterprises last
jear amounted to only $0,298 4&0.
leaving tho huge sum of $253 "01 o20
to bo raised by tho regular Sunday
contributions, pew rents, bazaars, and
Individual gifts In Bums less than $1,
000, which are not Included In the 1'rl
of Species that Didn't Please
and now that I've got my feathers
Biourd out once more J oil want
P"? In. -Ion t V- W
ilPPptr "You can chirk 'round down
there nil yo want to. but as longs ye
ent In my dining room I hain't gnln
' o j ' InHng jw.I
c Pen ' a m ;" "!. ' ,V
"' ro ettm n" thc paupers off Into
titers. They're scart ha f to death
jOfcT " anv mor- huh
hibalooi "tlrrid up
Amnsa tried to curb himself for tho
keeper had a way of taming Insiibor-
dlnate paupers, and the paupeis un
derstood the sjstem all too well One
In n while he would forget himself
and ' Pah rutt halop" nt Aunt I'unham
In suddtn and tenirlng innuin.r Sov
ernl times he Jerked his heal nt her
and goggled across the tabk 'villi
"lc'1 "erce mien that the po ir i Id
woman narl fell off her chili Ho
aso had the habit or suddenly mm
lug up his re ather embroidered collar
" ns to bristle his neck Then he
U'C "eraw vv-vv ileflnnHj at th oth
er old men at the table.
Nut Amnsn wns tolerated until he
nuddenly. one dav leaped up danoed
n'01"",, tllp """'"S ?m- ,K,cl'ed ver
"' '""" Paupers viciously with a mo
"" IIKo, ,,?st,er1 spurring an oppo
,,i,,v hum ,i(,tm,t:vi i, j iv,iiiup, iitLM uiu
center of the table and crowing lustily
The kcepei took him out behind tho
barn and gave him a dressing down
with n horse whip The next day
Amasa ran away The keeper suppos
ed ho had gone to some of his rela
tlves. and so he didn't give chase He
hoped that the amateur rooster would '
stay away, and give the other inmate
of the poor farm a rest.
Hut Amnsn appeared, feathers, and
nil. In n nnlcrlihnrlnir lltflru and r.L
bune's statistics. From this point of
view It Is not extraordinary that the
outlook is not particularly entourag
Ing. notwithstanding the present plot,
"'m t,nR's' N"" ,lmlut on w"-
,llcro '" Progress, but It Is not t-o great
ns ll snould be. Is this due to thc
Brcnt expense account If so would
ll "ot bo well for some of the weaPtr
bodies to combine and reduce ex
penscs Tho church, though not cf
this world perhaps might profit by
studying Bomo of the mcthoelB of 'ho
material business world
I OH I
San Prnnclsco, Jnnuarj 21
The Hope was held out at thc m"etjr.g
of the shareholders of the Oita
Steamship Company jesterday tn.it
there would be no nieir for nn nsi-of-ment
on the stock, and the ncsjran c,
was given that If such measure tie.
came nccessnrj thc monej thus paid
out would he iilmbursed to the ownr
of the stock In the form or tllvliknib
the lika being to to Incienie tne
amount of the capital stork that an
Ufciie of bonds could be made In wbhh
to paj the indebtedness The coni
lanj's financial Halement ihowed u
net overdrnfe or 1510.201 SO, a debit
balance (loss unci gnlnl of $1, 1S0.283 C5
assets of J3.9;7,27ii J3. nnd liabilities
of $3 0ol..110. leaving Hit net a"Hs
When President John I) Sprc-kelt
was asked how the amount of the over
draft was to be met. and the suggestion
wns made that an assessment might
be necessary, heieplled that the mat
ter had not jet been considered by the
board of dlrcctois. Ills personal opln-
Ion wns thnt from tho fnct that the
Oceanic Steamship Companj had trade
(10 000 In profits lakt month, and this
amount was more probable to be In
creased than diminished, there would
be no need for an nhsessment Should
one however. Income neitti-ary a ellvl
dend would at the same tine h do
claieil to tovei It nnd with the amount
of the paid-up capital Mo,; ilnix lu
ll eased un Issue of bonds cmill ! au
thorized to cover the IndeUeelnes)-
Tbe lepoit of the prenliloit t.t forth
that the stiikes in this citv and In
Sjdney, with the cmbaigo placed on
tho ellrcct unloading 'of enrto-c at
Pvdnej from this port and Honolulu,
I1"'1 ,,tcn ""'l'"' ' g,rPiU expent to
tut- c-iimimuj, oucii un lanu anil on tM,
and In the report of Its vessels n well
ns In obtaining crews 1 hcc untovvLri!
conditions, however, having , eased,
ciiu Biiutwut; iur me present jear wo uu
probably be a gain of over $200 000 on
the expense Item The statement of
President Spreckels were leoeived
with applause, and the entlic board of
directors Wus unanimously re-elected
At exactly 12 o'llock this noon tne
btenmer Klnau docked at the wilder
wllarf sll0 brlnE8 tlle foliovvlnii
freight from Hawaii and Maul ports
lot! sacks corn, 3fi hogs, 17 crates vet,
ctables, 18 1-1 cords wood and 23i
I'niknges sundries Purser Bee kit y
reports the folliivving sugar left on
nawall and icady for shipment Olaa
10.111, Walauea, (,0 , Onomea 4500,
Pipeekto, 10,000, Honomu, 1527, Ha
kahili, 7000, Honuapo, 1200.
The Grippe. This can bo avoided by
taking teaspoonful doses of PAIN
KILLEK In hot water sweetened, ns
well as by external application, full di
rections arc on each bottle A bottle of
Pain-Killer kept In tho house will prove
valuable not onlj lor the Grlppo, but.
for ordinary coughs and colds Avoid
substitutes, there Is but ono Pain-Kill-er.
Perry Davis". Price 25c. and 50c,
he nte Still other bojs pestered him
ncnilj to death by their pranks In
Ids role of a looster he was perforce
obliged to run from his tormentors
One riaj n storekeeper whoso place
of business waB rlglil acros iron
Amasa's favorite hitching poit had .
notion occur to him He dldn t like tc
see the bojs plague Amasa bo con
rtnntly. So he tolled Amnsn Into tli
stole and took him Into thc real room
1 "Look heie, Aninaa.' said he "I've
been looking up jour pedlgiee nnd I
find that jou nre not a roostel nftoi
I "Yes I be," persisted mnsa "You
look nt my featheis
"Well, jour feathers nre all right'
said the sloiekeepel "but jou'ro lint
n rooster. You haven't got any bind
nefcs to be running fiom those bov
over thcie They ought to be nfroln
of jou Listen'
The eminent ornithologist hcic pull
cd down Amasa s car and whispered
"You're n bald headed eagle that t
what jou are' '
Amasa went nlong and looked iutr
Hie glass and nibbed his hand over
his shining crown. A toothless and
e-xpnnslvc smile eommence-d to wiln
kle over his uueer old face
'Ilv gorrj-." he exclaimed "so I am
I ve knoned I wns faowl light along
hut I never thought (o look In the
lnss nnd find out whnt kind ot n faowl
I was "
"Well, jou want to go out and give
them boj-s Hall Columbj If the; bothei
ott any more" ndvlse-d the Under.
"Don't let them get jou on the inn
ngnln Here' hnvo some moie feathers
on me " I
He rnt the linndle of an old duster
down the back or Amasa's neck and
'iiittoned the "eagle's cont tightly.
'Now go out and stand up for jour
rights." said the storekeeper
Amnsa took up his location on the
hitching post nnd announced thnt he
had Just rediscovered that he wbb a
haldhcaded eagle. Ho added that
baldhc-adcd eagles usually ate one or
two little bojs every morning for
1 renkfast The glare In the old man's
eyes as he said this Intimidated tho
youngsters, and they lathei hung back
fiom mischief. To have Amasa show
fight was so new that no one wanted
to be the first to provoke him.
Coming down the sllpperj sldewnlk
from the village hotel on the othei
side of the stleet waB n eouimeiela
traveller He had two henvv Rlrps
and his legs bent under him as he trot
"Snj eagle" suggested one or tliej
THE REAL COPPER TRUST.
IN THE SfILL HOURS.
"Sometimes," snld the great tra
gedian, ns he sat on Hie paik bench.
"I wish 1 were an acrobat."
"Think It pa j s better than trago-
dy'" nsUeil Uoxey cm wings.
No. hut whin jou skip board you
WOiild ionic down the hotel lightning
r,i itimut Inc eratnc sour hands."
tm. m i . , -"vk x .v,im i i i sin
wjijy ' "V.Vjl xvtBwim Lm.'iaMA -
frik vt ij3 q mum
1 II 111 ll II' HI Ik ""
MISS HELEN HAY, WHO IS TO BE MARRIED FEB. 6.
Mis lleli i l!i v 1I1111.I1I11 r Ihc M-uuuiv of stiilc Ik Jut lion n vrrj
nisi v feline v one n ! U pnptiilusr fni hi'i nun illicit to Mr 1'iijne WliUmj
nil I ll le Mill .111 II HIV IS III lee llll lit till' l llllll.ll Of till! t'ovellllllt. Welsh
liiiium. nnd will In 1 iiilllimit ufiuli.
the DrummerilM li
Imvh malleloiist), "there goes a squli
Amassa peered across the stlcct un
der his p.ilm
"lies lugging nuts home to his lies ,
eagle snnl another bo'.
Snoop on lilin, eagle, was tin m'j
lined chorus '
Ainaii with a sill 111 jell hoppi I
down off his post. He went Unpluc
across llu street, streaming huaisely
nnd Happing his arms. The ft-nthi i
duster Multireel lis pinions ovu his
ai first glnnce tho drummer dldn t
prnsp tin fact that this apparition
mi ant lilm Hut when Amasa litipcu
over n drift and enmo nt him with tin
pers hooking nt the air like talons tin.
stranger renllred that he win tli (ill
ect of this e xtraordlnnrj attack IU
glanced mound There wns iiojefiige
at hand 'llicro was' nothing to do u
cept stnnd oft this most n marknble
runn of the I'tntlicrs.
So when Amasa eaine hupping to
ward lilm the drummer Inuuc In d out a
kick that drove tho lunntli howling
hack 1 lion Amasa came at him
fi i earning with rage Tin v i line bed
and both went down. It was nil ovei
in a minute for men came iiiiuiIuk
fiom the stores and pulled the maniac
nwn.v and snt on him Hut Amnsn had
done n let or damage He- hail split
the man's new oven oat up Ihn back,
had lorn the knee or his trouseis aud
had BciatehiMl his lace until It resem
bled steal; on a grill.
"Whnt sort ot a Jce-hoggen d tnnii is
this'.'" jelled the drummer as lm
knocked the dents out of his hat
"What was that thlug that hit me?"
'Oh, that's only Amasa ' xptaln
cd one of the bj slanders "He thlnku
he Is a rooster."
"No, he's changed his mine! snlel
another. "He thinks ho Is n bald
The drummer was si rubbing his lint
against his elbow He pnused nml rnn
his eje over the assemblage He was
trembling with fright nnd nnger
"Tho next time they give the pa
tlents of the Insane nsjlinn an excur
slon tq,thlB place I hope I'll know It In
season to dm k the tow n " he snarled.
"When nre nil of j'ou going link'"
Uut tho onlj one that was shipped
that afternoon was Amasa r tin
human bnldhinded eagle he was qultci
a local rurlosltj, and worth pii-ie rvltig
ns nn attraction, hut the selectri'n lilt
Hint there were some drnw bocks such
is n suit thnt the druinni". Imj
biought to recover damnges fiom ihu
nn Holmnn l Day In Hosco-i llu.
Lady Lecturer on Women's ItlghtB
(waxing warm) Where would man
he If it hnd not been for woman? Al
ter a pause, and look round the hall
.- repeat. Where would man be If It
ln,i ,mt been for womun?'
Vnln. fmin the f!nit..rv m ,,,ii,.
ma'am Tit Hits
I'-ins Ian 1 The npcuieei anest
eif Angelina Wrgazzola tepiited ladles'
mnlel to the famous Countess de Cas-
tigllcuie the once reigning beautj ei
the Second Empire, has recalled the
melaiiehc'y end of that remarkable
After the decline of hei beautv she
tciuld no longer near to be seen bj
mnn oi woman nnd lived the life of
n recluse In hei apaitmenu In the
house where now Is the Cafe Volsln
Her meals were sent up to her bj a
iitimbunltPr which ended In a tuiii
tahle The Countess used to fetch Hit)
plates herself and lepincc them when
The only occupation she Indulged In
was reading over her olu love Ii iters by Mndarm and that I must not move
of which she hnd an endless store about the house nnd nlmve nil vvrr
many cr them In Indlffcient verso. It open n dooi to go In or out and must
is supposed tuiu two of her most con never leave n door open,
stnnt correspondents were the Emper- 'Mnehime alone may open Hie door
or Napoleon II and King Victor Em to let me go out or rami' in I shall
maniiol of Ilalv dnllv wait In such places ns I have
Ab seiein ns It wns known that she been ordered, nnd I solemnly iiiicIpi
was dead some two jeais ago cer- take nevei to touch anything under
lain olhelals lelle..,l to have boon pretext of dusting It. never to tlnow
agents of Hie Ilntlan Cm eminent, nit- nnjthlng nwnv nnd thnt all waste and
Ing with the sanction of the Trench sweepings shall be lert In n paper In
authorities nppcnieel on the premises each room In order thnt Madame hi
nml made a search of all tho docu Countess mnj examine them,
incuts they could Unci This mnkes It 'I rurthcr promise never to throw
appear all the stranger Hint Angelina nwnv a newspaper or to touch either
Vergarroln should lenllv be ill posses n ncwspapci or nnj other paper what
slon or nny or the documents which soever '
the teleginm Horn home announces It will he remembered Hint the Em
were round In her possession. pioss would never Invite the Countess
It Is however n well known fact to Hie Tullerles, though tho Intlir In
Hint nflcr the late Countess' things varlahlj obtained nn Invitation rrom
were sent to tne public- auction rooms another source On one occasion she
It was round that masses or letters went to n fancj ball nt the Tullerles In
were contained In boxes nnd furnl Hie sunimerj costume of Snlammbo
tun- which had escaped the attention Thereupon tne Empress sent nn nlde
or the searchers, A second Investl decamp to her with n fur cloak to
gallon took pinee and some of the wrap her up and conduct her back to
documents, then round were tarried her earrlage
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Columbia College's Study
of Chinese Affairs
The ucelpt nt the Vnieilean Museum
of Natural Hlsl'irj of several Chi
nese collet tious Millie lint to llll an en
tire hall, marks the hi ginning of n
most Impoitant line of vvoik at thnt In
stitution. sajK the New Yolk Evening
Post Token In connection with the
rounding or n ihair or Chinese lan
guage nml llteiatuie at Columbia I'nl
ersltj. nnd the girt bj the Chinese
Govirnment ot a llbrarj. It sheevs the
progresn ot the movement toward mak
ing this cltj o icnter Tor the stiulj or
Chinese and Eastern Asiatic Biibjeits
l)r Ilerthold l.iufer or the Museum
who has been active In the woik or the
.Iisup North Pailllc cxpeellHon. sailed
for China last September and will re
main three jears The name of the
donor of the funds whlih made pos
sible this extensive collecting In China
has not jet been made public Tlie
first results of It are representee! bj the
objects which nre now about to be
placed on exhibition The west hall
on the second floor Is to be given up to
this purpose, nnd cases me now being
The collection ulreadj received Is a
comprehensive one Subseciui lit ship
ments, therefore will lather supple
ment partiiulai puts of It than go Into
entlrelj dlffeient phases of Chinese
life Industries uses of natural pro
duets administration domcatlt mid
social life are all eoveied
Within a tew months moreover Hie
Museum will have the milieus ot a
Chinese llbrarj. some lluO or 400 vol
umes In all Mnuj uf these, to those
who can read them, will be Important
for Hie understanding nnd apprecia
tion of the collections Histories of
China nre obvlouslj or vnlue far the
understanding of antique works ot the
old dj nasties. The Chinese have fine
encyclopedias, although the foreigner,
cvin It he knows the language, has
great illfllculty In getting Information
from Hum, on account of Hie nbsence
of any alphabetical arrangement. The
subjects are arranged according to nn
nrbltrnry scheme like Hoget's Thesau
rus or the decimal llbrarj catalogue,
nnd educated people know this order
It Is noteworthj that Dr Laufer's
expedition was ariaugtd foi heroic
Geu Carpentlers gltt was announced
nnd with the avowed object of leading
up to Chinese Instruction at Columbia
Dr Prnuz Boas, Cuiatoi of Ethnoliigv
at the Museum, and a piofcssor nt Co
lumbia outlined tod lv sojne of tin
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
. O- Box 880 nEain. 2IH
Many new Stayles Table Covers,
Embroidered Piano Covers, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
' Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Doi V9S Til. il.
THE OLDfcST Clle. M.K I'lRAl IN HONOLULU.
DttUfi Ii t-lai Silks aol Grn llotoi, Cblntm ind JapinuM GooJi of All ICltfli
sio-iit Nouinu itrcii
aw a j whllo many more were burned.
In splto of this second search It Is
known that many bundles of letters
and papc rs oscnped dlscove rj and had
been removed before the authorities
had wind or the oversight committed
bv the first Investigators It may bo
that Angelina obtained possession or
one of these bundles conimnlng the
letteis now nueged to be from crown
Hut n further mvsterj exists aB to
Angelinas conneetlon with the late
Countess No trace of her appears In
the latter jears of the great beauty
the- onlj women who were ever nelmlt
ted to her In those dnjs being her
old nmsi Lulsn Corel nnd n Print ti
maid r.mtna P 1 lie terms on
which the latter was taken Into her
sen Ice have bi-en found, and are eu
It Is ogre id I shnll stay In the
loom Mailanic assigns me to work In
and to eat in and Hint I must not en
tor another room unles called there
wijs In whlih the polli nun aeloptid
bj thi' two great Institutions inn be
bnndtneil mid devi loped. "A slngbi
piofessoishlp or Chinese ' he said
"cannot be expected lo accomplish n
gic.it dial It Is not possible tor one
man to tearh ns It should be taught
all that pertains to thu tiv Illation of
such n rate ns the Chinese. The lelenl
should be to furnish the Orlc ntal train
ing that the European schools furnish
To do that the Income of $.'000 000
will ultimate Ij be needed The point
should be Impiessed that this llistrui
Hon has more than nciideinli vnlue In
the present state of world politics It Is
cIom'Ij related to tommcrclal lite The
European schools have ns ninny as 300
or too students many of them training
themselves for mercantile or diploma
tic positions Tlure Is nlso an Impor
tant ethical lesson In learning what has
been clone bj a pmple so different from
ourselves Wo arc lm lined to mini
mize the Importance of work done hj
other rncis slmplj bemuse we do not
know The nrtistli development and
the Inuir life of the Chinese arc a rove
latlon to the European when be learns
of tin m Even when a commercial edu
cation Is the prlmnrj object the ex
peiltute abioad shows that the sclin
tllli side of the work must be kept up
If the te'.iihlni; Is to be elfectlve As a.
matter of fact scientific work of tin
highest kind Is done In those schools
and It mnj be done hire when we have
the finalities '
Logic ally. If tills titv Is to be a cen
ter far stiulj ot the East, there Is no
reason whj It should stop with China
Japan Malajsla. Turkej. Tibet and In
dia me fields which might well be
smiled In corelatlon While no di fi
nite plans have been made foi any
suih an extension, It Is an Ideal Hint Is
cherished bj a good many scholars.
Besides the Chinese material the
museum has Just received about a fifth
pait of the collections made bj Hie
Jesup North Pacific expedition around
the north const of the ?ia of Okhotsk
Theie aie tw cut j -nine discs here out
or 130 which are In shipment Thej
Include fur clothing, ivorj innings
ethnological modi Is and sketches and
n giuei.il collection of materials nnd
utilisils in use bj the pilntltlvc people
of the legion The tribes represent! d
are the Slbeilan Eskimos, the Chile k
ihee mid Hie Korjak The room on
the ground llooi next to the Eskimo
collet Hems will be used next spring as
n Slbu Ian hill
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OUK I'IRST KIIIP.MUNT
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on the vvn
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