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VOL,. 1, NO. 13.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SUNDAY, APRIL 20. 1902.
PUICE FIVB CENTS.
HARDSHIPS of the PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES
In the April McClure's Mr. Lincoln clear for the greatest questions pro- gressman to Introduce tliem. dlculous. "General llrnnts hand was tils office sorms to lie Inevitable, lint
Btcffens makes a vivid picture of the pounded to any man on tho globe. I At 3 0V.ock tll0 .-resident takes a shaken till It swelled. 'Ho did not It will not entirely solve the problem,
hardships of the President of the President Roosevelt Is tho roan, as no kmliack rlde-he found be could not know how to shake hands.- a Senator Much more remains to he done.
United States In his day's work. Mr.' statesman can bo found with morn tig- tnko wakB without being Joined by explained to me. "A President must Assistant President Needed.
SteiTens points out that the President or nnd courage tlian lie. "An rarly Bomc onc ,vio Insists on talking poll- learn to rush up. seize and giasp the "Scnntm Chnndlei suggests an as-
- ... . . .a . . . tt. . .!... 1. 1 .-. ll.... tft-.Ml.l. hI bill lliAf 111 fllllllllA
tics or business. When he comes back oinei mans nnn.i. in- snuum ...-.-, r,Su ..-.-..,....... ..... .....i .n
i. i. , .nii m, il... .orn.lnrv let the othci man get the first gilp gradually In the growing functions of
.l..ln f n,n,lU(n. nl.,1 rorf.ll ll.K and RqUPCZO illlll.' What nil lilt fol II
Found by British
During the last few yenrs the mill,
tary authorities In (heat llrltaln have
been dissatisfied with tho exploslvo
Ixiwders which they havo been using,
but now, after countless experiments,
they have. It Is said, discovered an ex
plosive powder which Is fully equal to
thou used In Prance and Ocrmany.
Military experts, commenting on ! stockholders, nnd that he has powers thoso already there, some of his r.am
this discovery, maintain thnt any re- amt responsibilities commonsurato "' a visitor or two. The visitors
tersea which Great Hiltaln has metjwti, tlio magnltudo of this business " confidential rrlends, and tl.ielr in
with during recent years wero Jn n ,roncern. With this In view. Mr. Stef-! tcrests aro his. Hut his ar.j govern
lnrg? measure due to the fact that It i fens thinks a great number of duties
used as exploslvo powders lyddite and , tno President Is called on to perform,
cordite, which experience has .proved ami which must certainly wear him
to be inferior In many respects to tho ,0 arc utterly trivial.
Is In many ways like the head of a riser, anil up bournes, ne uans inio uie.
erent rornorntlon. with 7fi.U00.000 breakfast room with a cheerful hall to '
ment nnd politics. In ether words, the
day's work Is begun. Uy n ine he Ir in
powders used by neighboring nations.
"Tho evening wns spent talking poli
tics nnd 8tutu policies with nn editor,
two Senators, nnd a well known public
tnnn nit Intf-rctteri with lllm 111 noli-
his office, where ht nn.l. :lIr. George ,cg ,.i)Wnri, tho cn(, of tho ,.,
U. Cortclyoii. the sec;f(.,ary to the ,i. i., .i- .in B,nf.1.1v l... dr.
I IHI. 'tl! VFM111IO
How a Merchant
President, are to hn
Ho Is called upon to settle not "'"""", , .vo a qme. "', voted to signing or vciolng hills. That
alone the rows among his Important "'""' ""' i""'.inlng the business waR , , preB,icrit Cleveland and
agents, but also the petty squabbles 1 '"ort" "le lr Cortclyoii shows him j.resIdent McKlnlcy gave to such
... .... ... ..... ..,- nmnimpmfl: me nnieii . .. ... sti............ r,.. ......
''- ' wont, nun mr. .e.eiu.... uvh m...
oi employees uu ...-in.-, mm. ....(, , . ... . -
foremen and section bosses: ho him-' ' " "' ' . nnd reports to como up, tm(1 ,,,,. Mrcty governmental bust
Gti HlC Ilttlfirolln "elf appoints nil nrts of menials. In
UUl IIIO UII1V1W1IUU,,
ungating and choosing between the
claims of applicants for places rela
a.ll ns he has to see. The
as to hurry, because, ns an
(which occurs nearly every
...... .!... i ..,. . (,.,,. r.t """ " appointment nus ueen mnue
mereliant entered ""-- """'" ....i....v - . . -.before .'..,..,. . .,-. i i, i
A C.ranri nvenue
his store the other day with an urn- Janitors and mule-drivers, no re
bicllalnhUlmndnnd, sitting down on receives nnd distributes much of the
the nearest stool, burst into a roar or!" ' "' subordinates, handling
laughter. In response to quciles ns to ' some of It with his own hands, nnd
. . .. 'ar.tlncr itnnn tin Mill, nf II. Moreover.
llio character oi tne joko uie mer- -
ihant said, after a few minutes of hi-1 thl man thus burdeneu is required Wy
ill o'clock, nt 9:43;
i Is preposteious. Ux-Sennlnr W.
Chandler, who littered a protest In
A Washington newspaper, said: 'The
ness In the enrly mornings.
The Origin of the Abuse.
President Washington, with
President to have to learn."
Public and President Suiter. I
I Mr. i.ieuens points inn umi. v li
mit only President Roosevelt that sill
fern, but that tho Intel ests of tho peo
ple lose more tiian the man wlio hap
pens to be their Chief Magistrate.. One
third of Mr. Roosevelt's working day
of ten hour Is gUen to business worse
than tihlnl. Moreover, this tblid Is
the best part ol the day, limn in to i.
"Theie must be some remedy for sen Ice, so that he Is more truly as
ide evil, and Washington Is beginning slstnnt to the President than a mere
to take the matter up seriously A bill secretary. He lias attacked the prob
was Introduced this session to proUde 1cm of nn Impossible nuioiint of l.usl-
a separate building for tne cxeciitlw iicxs for ime num. nnd has reduced the
the seeietary to the- President. For
inerly called the priate secretniy. Ibis
official has always had mm IT nf the
l'lCMldenl s woik to do. and some ol
his power: but the personalities ol
some of the recent secietnrleB, cspe
clal!) John Hay and Daiilei H. I.nmnnt,
have cnlnrged the srope and Inipor
tnnee of the position, till now, tinder
Mr. Cortelyoii, we hear It spoken of as
'tantamount to n seat in the Cabinet
Mr. Cortelyoii reitnlnly performs i
vast nmotint of Important mid delicate
The MnlBon Doree In Paris Is der-
tlned to follow Its famous chef. Cae
mlr, Into retirement. This iibme oi
luxurious suppers Is unable to compete
with the beer nnd frankfurter repaslH
favored by nn abstemious and parsimo
The Venders, pioprletors of tho
Malson Doree. iff used to go back on
tin- tiadltlons of the Second Umpire,
ninl so now the classic restaurant is
doomed to disappear or become n noisy
of Modern Courtship
custom to Keep open house for all ce '
T.VII. vou know, when I stnrted out era. He has to allow his idlest n .
fu th rain I had no umbielia. I wor- .holders to enter his own .res'I(,cncc
lied along the avenue nnd across tho ' curiously about his parl'br. nn(,
pontoon, debating whether I shouldn't th8e who aro not satisfied may R0
Invest, but was dctened by the thought! Into the room where ho ,nlkllR tr)
that I already have three umbrellas "' business advisers. rppnk (o ll)m
kicking aiound Bomewheie. When ljshake him by the han who )i(j g
got over on East Water stieet I spleil i bound to listen to th ch. trouuIcg aml
it man 1 presumed to be Dick Wilson. congratulations and exprcss gympn,hy
I don't betleM- ou know Dick, but he ' pleasure with hvm
Is an old friend of mine. The nun I Mr. Rooseve
thought to be Dick was carrying a
fine silk umbrella. It's mine, now.'
be ncWed fondly, ns he gazed on the
work of art he held In his hand
"As oon as I saw the man 1 presum
ed to Dlc'.c I was so overjoyed that
I rushed on him from the lear nnd.1
slapping him haul mi the back, ex
claimed: Took heie. old num. glo me
that umbrella!' '
Th-j man tinned and. to my amare
mont, I discovered thut ho was not
Dick, but some ono I hnd never reen
before. I was coveicd with confusion
and was about to apologize, when 1 ob
served that' he was even mole confusec'
To n foreign statistician the world Is
Indebted for some very Interesting dn
ta In regard to the most approved
methods of courtship In cUlllted coun
tries These data were compiled from
'several hundred not els nnd romances.
ii. ..i.i t .... , .,li. 1iiim t-rtsitt nrfka
highly developed sense of the dignity- officers and the Piesldent nnd his mll that goes to Mr. Roosevelt per- "" ",,Jl" uv'"h lu . ,, . ' ro.
,.r l.lu ln.. nnil nf llio lIBI'H Mil .In H u 1,1,1, l,na ln.r,.i.u...l rrom mi.. u..n1tv I,, nlw.nt .,,.. Inn. .Iriwllli nf Hip I101"' """ "0W wuml'n reCCIXe in p
sentiments of deference toward the secretary, two doormen, two furnace whole. A Inrge part of It Is forwarded
Chief Magistrate might hao In the Keepers, nnd it watchman, to one sec to departments without executive ne-
democracy, received only people who rctary. two assistant secielailes. nine knowlcdgmcnt or even n record being
rrom one hundred typical casus of
aceeiiteil ileelaratlons oi iovp me nia-
It's Day's Work.
Mr. Steffens a(,mUg hnt ,f an man
gh the grind prescribed
White House condl'tons
could go throi
I by modern
and at tl
ovll Is n serious one. nnd ennnot much i ,,,, llntnGHa wlh him, or were his clerks, six messengeis. no ushers taken nf Its receipt. The secretary t1""' la,1 ",l,alnl1 ,nB T, .' ,
longer be endured. It Is Injuring the go(,ia or perl,ona friends, ami nt rob-'icgularly employed, and eleu-n clerks himself conducts most of the cone-"n'": l'lR,, ""'" ,"" one " ln ."
public service by preventing the Pres-, ,,c flincton8 he stood with one hand and six messengers loaned to the spondenrc. and the nbTer Congressmen men uiwed that they con u n01
rntliep "" longer minimi mi- u..u.tu w..
'B""'r ... ....... ..... l-.ll.- I.nn.la In
sevt-iuyi--.. .i.-.i. in- .uv,.-o ...... ...
a tight grip.' sixty kissed them on tho
lips, ten on the right hand, two on tho
Ident from giving enough nttention to on ,,,g gw(jrj.hUt. tho other behind his White House- by departments. II
large public questions. It Is shorten- oac,. H8 mcniods were followed un-' keeps.one man nnd four cierks busy
ITig the lives of the Presidents. Iln- tn Amlrow Jackson swept them nil handling social Invitations. The tniill
less a remedy Is applied, few Presl-laway an,i opcnp,i ,s house to every- amounts to loon or 1200 letters a day
dents will go through ono term, nnd ,UOdy. Ilut In Jackson's time It was a Tne executive building would relieve
come out with "health sufficient lo ol- B(,rolg miiUcr to get to Washington the President and his family of the In
low the remainder of life to bo enjoy-, from iniiaria or Georgia, or even from coiicnlence nnd the Indignity of ll
able; no ono will thus go through two . N!W yorki aml (i,08C who rarao to the ng -mer the shop': It might itmie
terms.'" j capital to see tho President usually them the tlslts of sightseers; there
Mr. Steffens proceeds to dcscrlho had some motive stronger than curios- would be more mom for home nnd so
the motley liorde of callers that be-1 Ity. The Civil Wlir Increased astly clal functions nnd for business, loo.
siege tho President until 1:30, many , business of all kinds at t.ic- White and Hie Piesldent could get mii
of them wlih no mora Importnnt bust-1 House, and nftcrwafil tho volume did tiesh air nnd exercise pnsslng be
liess thnn to shake hands, but most of not lessen, and tho open-house policy tween his house nnd office. The ep.
o same time keep his head them with an axe to grind and a Con- of Jackson became more and moio rl nrnllon of tin- President's home fiom
will tell you that they would
put (heir business Into tho hands of
the dellbt-inte. palnstnklng. tactful
secretary than In those of the over
worked and hurried President."
Mr. Roosevelt Can Change It.
Mr. Steffens thinks that the one
wu) to liaxc the nliusc done away
with Is for Piesldent lloosevelt to put
his font down nnil make it rule of clos
ed doois N'o one could nccilsc lllm of
being weali or lazy, and when tho poli
ticians and sightseers and hrldf-l
couples nnd committees of merchants
'dinplaln. the people will uphold lit tn.
Do American Workmen Fare Too Well?
" 'I I bi g your
know It- wns
"Tho average American working- living eaBler and better for them. A Worklngman Eats Too Wll. .
i man," using tbn term workingmau to learned Jurist, ho Is a student uC con-"" Tlio worklngman Mies too well for
I flnnlv tn nil U-rin nnni ttiolt ilnllu rlltfnna nMil n fnnrlnaa llilnbit lirttit i . . .......
fhnn I. tt. hn.tllv clnseil the umlircll- ." ' . -' "-""'" "' --. -..."" w. - ins own goocl. says JU.Igo llal.iwin
" . in t '1ureau "y employment, "catB too mucli and incisive In his statement or opln-
nnd pressed It Into my hand with t,,la nm, (lresgeg iQQ furn,gheg nl. ,onSi nn(, B wc rc3peeted that ho
. . . ,i home too lavishly, nnd In general was recently president of un Interna-
' .fill t annnela n irstfiat itnnl rrnm mnnav ttinn tlrtnnl n uartflnt tnti nt Inn-i-nru 111m iiu.
. .. ., ( U. . u ns.ub iii.hs (ui s uiwuu ( i.utiui urDuiluiiuil 1 n ji,iai (tin tn-
Hh((l hn nilpht In IVnva tin Inti' ntnl nnntinmlna punininiul
aiound the corner, leaving me ,R(un(1 . ,.T)o renson w thnt g(ato of a(Iara rcgptct am, attention widely.
Ing with open-mouthed nHtonlsl. ,.., I . ... ,t . , i
fter the outburst of ,, Am,nl- ' Ih the universal desire on tho part of -Tho American worklngman has.
from the assembled cleiks "rl,nPnt n" '" ,,c "8 wcU 'Iresscd, to live In as perhaps, less need to save money than
. "" iKnu.1 i- nm. i cuiiiiuiiuuiy uin. one that belongs to any other class In
sliowiiy housed as the best ot ono s the community, because never mind
umbrella neighbors " whether tho business nays or not tlui
Such Is tho view ol tno economic employe Is suro to got his wage." said
status of the worklngmen of Amerlra Judge Ilaldw In at his home. Ills views
in the conception of Justice Simeon . upon tho economics of working lift
I:Iilui Daldwln, I.I..I).. of the Supreme .had been given partially n few days
sided, the merchant said:
"Well, I've got a flue, net
.. . i .. ...... ..... ..s
..,., .uu tne, i., ...v -,,, 4hU,f
Is the best owner. jniwi
FAR TOO SO,
about time ou put
Jlrs. Rllndlesnn f
nltngeth.-r too soon!
ly lr.t week that I
ru M f4 a A rta
t 1 think
Court of Connecticut, and profi'ssor of
American constitutional law and pri
vate International law in Yale Uni
versity. A man of much learning,
pievlously before a club of working
Incentives to Improvidence.
'Many concerns that are making
wide observation and many years of not,lltlB for their stockholders this year
"ore In detail, ho explained
"One way wo spend money In Amer
ica faster than In other countries In on
our tnblcs. The worklngman, ns well
as the leisure man. cats too inucli. We
eat a great deal of meat, more than
nny other country. The wealthy nnd
poor ent too much and neither Is nu;
the healthier for It. On the other side
oi the Atlantic nobody thinks ot l-a.
rat !-a na tut r " na n ps iu : - na
IpK an) thing for becukfust except u such (lines of trlbiihitlun who owns his
cup of coffee nnd n litllu bread, pos .utilise knows how to llvo lu a thrifty
slbly nn egg; half of them not that and economical way.
much. They have two solid meals loi j ..or ,rBe. n ninn mn bo a miser,
dinner and supper. nlll evr) thing. In the baiue wny, may
"The doctors say. and I believe Ihey be enrried too far. Ilut economy Is
are right, that two solid meals n day good In principle and thrift Is n good
are enough fur mi) body and cucry Inlng. The reputation of being thrifty
body. Of course, the man who works Is good for tin- emplo)er and for the
with his hands needs to ent inure mid cmpIo)c'
heartier rood than the man who works
with his head only. Ilut fruit nnd eg
etnbles tire the healthiest kinds of
food, along with breud, lor must men
tip ot the- nose and one on tho shoul
der: eighteen were so excltetl thnt
they could hardly speak, twenty-sir
lost their eloquence through certain
ipialms ot conscience, twelve said In
deep chest tones. "Thank Cod." nnil
eight frankly admitted that the) were
Of the ladles 87 per cent knew be
rnrehainl that the" proposals were
about to be made to them. Seventy of
them sank, ns though embarrassed In
to the nrms of the loved ones, and
only four fell gently down on n chair
or sofa. Fourteen entered their blush,
lug fnces with their hands, eight threw
their arms passionately around tlio
necks of the men. two said. "Plenso
speak to mamma," and one sneered
One lady, who was 48 years old, pro
tesTedMgorously against giving or re
ceiving n kiss; nnothei, who wns
about tho same age. said. "Yes, y
may kiss me. but )ou must do It in ..
gentlemanly manner "
War Lord I belleto I'll tlslt Anicr
New York on
A Dry Sunday
"Our aniestors. forty thousand yinrs ea myself
ago. more or less, prohnbly lived III; Prince lleenthere Don't do It. .The)
WHAT ARE THESE "PARTIES?"
A "mensnrkig party" will be given
this evening nt the residence of Pror.
Chare. 22 Wood street for tho benefit
of Woodward Avenue llaptlst Church.
A "spider-web party" was much en
joyed Inst night nt the residence of
Mrs. J. II. I.lntlsny. which was glten
for the benefit of lmmnnuel llaptlst
)h, Kmerson, It Is worldly experience Is Judge Ilaldw in
Why. It was on- He Is deeply interostrd In his fellow
put spectacles on men and has dono much in a phllau
tluoplc and charitable way to make
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Went With Husband to Manila
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'.(ru I Iri.it T?lrlinr,l llnnlinr
wlfos i marriage
Miss I.oulso Condtt-
h was ono ot tho social events oi Washington, hns gone wl,(h her young
or hnsbnnd to the l'nifippliies rather than bo left behind, Mrs. Hooker
niece of the lato Justice field, wallo Lieutenant Hooker is a nephew of
i tor Stewart of Nevada. Sho paus.'il through Honolulu quit" recently on
ot the transports,
nevertheless pay wages every Satur
dav night to every man In their em
ploy. If tho concern falls tho hands
gat their wages just tho same, because
the law makes them preferred In order
of payment. Probably that Is why the
American factory operatlvo does not
think It nccessnry to Bnvo much. Still,
sickness and death arc suro to come
tome day, and every sensible man
owes It to himself and to his wife nnd
children ta niaku some piovlslon for a
lalny day. Tho common method of
raving Is by membership In somoTia
ternnl order, but unless the order Is
reel tilted constantly by young men the
oi'der will come to grief In tlmo If It
mis not it large reserve liuid.
"The manner In which It seems to
me tile woIMngman best protects him
seir Is by laying nsldo regularly n
run of his eiiiulngs In a savings bank.
When he has n little lull! up he should
buy n lot. inoitgage It, If necessary,
mil then pay on until It la clear. That
point having been reached, he ought
tn begin the building of a home, mort
gaging again, It need tie. If he Is fru
gal In ten or fifteen years he hns his
home, n house over his head that he
will leave to his wife and family, n
legacy not half so easily uSVSfii .-;i)
repent us would bo tlio proceeds of twr
or three death henefltu.
"The worklngman will nsk where lo
get the money to start home building
with. It Is easy for any single man to
nine something out of his wages. A
man earning $1.50 a day can savo at
least tweiity-llvo cents otcry dav. If
he does not use tobacco and beer be
can save mole. When ho marries and
sets up his own house and tabic, n
man who earns $1.50 a day ought not
to expect to live ns wen as his nclgli
bnr who Is making (2 a day. Thai
neighbor ought not to spend ns much
as nis shopmate who cams 2.'M.
"That is the troublo with us Amer
leans; wo aro nil trying lo llvo as wcl'
as tho men who uro making a llttk
more than wo aro, as well ns out
nclghbois and tlio best of them."
Do you know how dry
A New York Sunday Is?
Did you ovei try
l'o get a nip
When )ou felt ho grip
Ol tho worst
You uver had
On a Sunday morning, say.
Or any other time nf the day?
Intending no wrong
You go nlong
A whole lot of people going lo rli-ircU,
Oi out to loam.
Or coming home
.Sice- pc-oplc. ton,
Puru, bcuulllul nnd line.
And you feel kind ol shy,
And you slip by.
And not n saloon
is doing Its stunt
i tu ch. dining off fruits mid tegetnbles v.,mh hustle you niiiund so fnst you , Cnurch An those who attended wero
wouliint mite a cnance io sian.i tnny wncu tlc tme to R.avo arrived.
your dignity ,
- Just What She Needed.
Stern Voice from Above Has that Madge The one thing that seems
young mnn left yet? 'to please her most about her mnrrlago
Miss Peachblow Oh, ho stnrted fol is that It enables her to keep a car
home an hour ngo! rlnge.
Stern Volte from Above Well, you, Mnrjorlc No wonder bhe's pleased.
Tlenjnmln Krnnklln used to como upstnlrs as soon as ho goes. Thnt girl nctei could get a seat In a
Washington Times. ktrcet car.
ta p p r, ta Pjs ta ta ta p ta P- ta p Pa ta ta Pa P P- Pi Pi ta ta R pci
SiSbaretti to Philippines.
And )ou say,
For tho law."
So tliu ciowd
Can Ileal you;
Hut under )our breath you say.
"Tblr Is a hc-luvn wny
To get the Imro necessities";
And you mukc
Km- imy old side tloor,
And you'io seen no more
Till you como out ngnln,
Wiping )our mouth unll feeling better,
And you stop
And tell tin cop
On the corner that )nu inner saw
A .Sunday law
Knfoiced lu.o It Is In New York.
Anil tho cop, he says: "Say,
Let ur pi a) "
nil you say:
"Well, wo ought to do something ro-
Suppose you tnko up a collection."
ttid tho cop
iiker a drop,
ih, my, but ain't a Now York Sunday
Wllllnm J, I.amptnn,
and wiial tncy could pick on thu
bushes. We know a good deal more
than they did, hut they were n good
deal healthier and livelier than we
are, I suspect, mid If we nle more nl
tho same fate wo might be morn like
1 them In that respect.
I "Then, ns tor our houses and fiirtil
I say that 'other people's eyes were
what ruined us;' that tvo had flno
clothes nud lino fiirnltiiie nnil fine
I houses because other iieoplo weio
' looking tit them. Hut II eterybo
I wns blind except ourselves we sliiuil
,llte tery dlfferentl)
I Curtains Not for Worklngmen.
"I'm- Instniite, I wonder how many
worklngmen there uie In nny city,
learning $2 n day who huto tun pairs
I of lace cuitulns III their front win I
i dows? lly ns ninny thoiihimds as here
'me such cases nre they too mini)
They ktep out the lUht In the
homes; they bother the children, who
in c- always being told that they must
n't; they in.- always getting illity ami
needing In be done up. They nre all
right for tlinso who can nffoid ltixur
les nud fine parlors, hut the man with
n family nnd small Income better sin)
clear of them and thu wives will he
happier in the long run us well. I
"The fact Is. taking It through
American society. It Is the same story
eterywheie. Tho cleik wllh n salary
nf a thousand dnllais a )car wnnts tn
lite as well as the cleik wllh an in I
come- ot ?ir,0i1. The tradesman earn .
Ing $20nn wants as good a house as
his neighbor whoso profits reach $2000
n year. The bnnk cashier wants In
live ns well ns the president of the
bank, and he In turn envies the man
ner of lit lug nf the president nt the
big Insurance company, wllh ten times
the amount nf money to look after I
"Thero never wns a country ns ilcli
as ours Is, hut wo me not beginning tn
savo as much as our grandfathers did
In proportion to our means, nor even
as much ns did our fathers, ami the
rainy day Is pretty suro to come for
this country. Wo have not got through
with panics nnd commercial crises
Thoy como along In the United Slates
Washington. April 3 - Mgr Donatus Shurettl formerly Illsliop of Ha.
vann, now Apostolic Delegate to the Philippines, will have many Important
iiuestlons to settle when bo arrives at Manila. Thi prclatu win Inaugurate
tho new constitution whlcn tho Popa Is drafting, which will answer alt
with tho regularity of clock work onco quesTlons relating to church property, land, school and taxes nnd to tho eon
or twice In a generation, Tho man In 'oral conduct of religious affairs.
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