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SUNDAT BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., 8UNDAY, JlTNE 8, 1902.
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Are there any Womnee ta Heavee ?
who lincl readied heaven tlie name of still more by asking a second question, sus' reply to the 8aulucees, when the woman goes to heaven Just as a man
a man was chosen.
So, too, we find It In the case of rn
gels. There are Gabriel and Mlchicl,
Mr A D Kinsman, a Illble student
of Krle l'a . raises, not for the fiifct
time, the Interesting question, "Arc
there any females In heat en?" He baa
gone a step furthrr and has proven to
his own satisfaction, at least, 'lint
there are no women "up there" Mr.
Kinsman bolsters bis theory with the
Btrongest Hlblltni evidence.
Strange as It may seem, it will bo
readily admitted that there Is not thn
slightest evidence In the Illble that fe-
males of tin sort are among the in- may be most readily tested In the book
"Arc they annihilated?' ask of the disposition on resurrection does that Is, as a perfected whole
We may choose one of three titer- morn of the woman who had seven the complete "ego,
natives: Flftt. that no women reach husbands: Huxley and other scientists l.avo
but In nil (hi. named hcnvpnlv hott ' heaven, nnd are. therefore, annihilated "Yo do err. not knowing the script-' proved conclusively that the human
there appears not one feminine name, or go to some place of which the UlbiO ures nor the power of God. For In the has not always been differentiated by
In this connection It Is Interesting to makes no mention, second, that worn- resurrection they neither marry nor sex that there were not always male
note that In each case where n rro- en reach heaven, but. In common v.'ltn arc given In marriage, but are as tha and female,
noun Is used In reference to nn angel men, become Bcxless, and there Is angels of God In Heaven." May not what Is true of matter be
masculine formB are Invariably found, 'henceforth no distinction between For thoso who And pleasure In ment equally true of spirit and soul? As
.Mr. Kinsman nlso plnts out the fact them; third, that women teach heaven al speculation of this sort, this Is tliui0u. ,ie Maupassant says, It Is man's
that nil tho evil spirits mentioned In and become males.
holy writ have mascullno names,
eluding Mcphlstopheles himself.
most plausible theory, as well as tho attfu isolation which Is tho tragedy of
In- Tho tlrst proposition that of com- least repcllant one. It Is a theory ,s fe the hidden cause of all his
habitants of heaven We know thnt of lte elation. In the New Testament
(he members of the Tjlnlty are nlwajs'a man Is said after death to lie gather
spoken of as mm and the disciples of i I'd unto his fathers, not unto his moth
Jesus were all men. In both tho Old et".
and the New Testaments, when occa- After thus proving conclusively to
slon offered to speak of one who bad I his own mind that there nro no women
passed to the other side It was ntvvaj In either heaven or hell. Mr. Kinsman
n man who had been so fortunnte. A.id. asks the rather naive, not to say start
likewise when a prophet saint or ill ling question, "What does become of
1 1 pie had octaslon to mention nnyonel woman after death'' He startles us
This plete nnnlfhlatlon Is too forbidding to which merges tho mjsterles of lovo sorrow ever and always tho human
he entertnlncd. Of the second alterna- and llfo Into those of death and tho walks alone. He or she vainly ac
tive 11 may be said tnat the Invarlablo , resurrection ""Tost people, sometimes 'tempts In love to escape this awful
reference to all such Inhabitants ns oven the most practical, like to cbe-r-I isolation of the soul. He or she strives
masculine renders It extremely Ira-,1st! that pretty sentiment that there, !t0 It, but they fall. May they not
probable that thoso Inhabitants nre.fs a certain, particular woman for a possibly find In ilenth what they navo
sexless. certain, particular man. i,een coking In life, tho complement
There Is apparently, nothing Wt In other words, we all recognize in a, of each other's souls, and may such n
which Is at all tenable, save the third greater or less degree, the theory of soul not enter heaven unchallenged?
contention viz., that women, upon humnn affinity tho classic mjth of tho Such Is apparently In my mind, the
reaching heaven, become males. To wandering soul seeking Its mate. Its t only way by which n woman can enter
prove which Mr. Kinsman quotes Jo- complement t blleve that a good the kingdom of heaven.
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Nev, Ynik, May 23 Another Vanleibllt marriage is llkil.v lo be h!iuiI
ly announced. Reginald, the ounges; of the house of Vanderbilt. Is said to
be tlisperattlj In love with Miss Katlrjleen Nielsen and their ingagement Is
expected shortly to be announced
Fun the Furniture Furnished.
General Smith's Courl Martial
The famll had gone awny for n
tirtnfght, leaving the bouse In chnigo
if the Furniture. Ah the time became
iieavy on Its hands It decided tn give
in "evening The different apart-
i.u nts were picttj well ieileseuteil.
md thus It went forwaid
Tlwic was old Mis. Ileil testing with
liei bai k ngaliiKt the wall, her mat-
ri ss folded In her lap with comfort.
What a horrid sham'" quoth the
Miiror looking at her '"How nwfullj
ilii'S made up. Some one ought to
;im hei n tap mi (Tie slals to tiling her
to lll'l HI-I1SCS "
fjili r In the evening the whole ns
ii inblage was quite aweittiutk to sie
ilil Mm lied In the mazes of the
waltz 'What springs'" tiled they.
She's light ns fi'.itheis'" At this
Mis lied gave an cxti.i spring, eplral
It would lie termed gymnastic ally, and
and she gnve vent to her alarm. folds. "I'll shutter," said the Win
Dining the melee which ensued tho dow, sotto voce. Then aloud, "I can'
i:mbioldei'd Uolly found nersell heui-'geu clean through jou, .Miss, and ev '
the Sufn. who said to her,
deal, jou look so tidy.'
"Hut I sillier all the time with n
stitch In in) side," answered tho Dolly.!
"Ah, ha!" sputtered the Gas Jet, whe
hail overheard tho confab. "Miss Dr.i
peiy, let me give ou a tip.'
"Nay, answeted the lace Drapery,
HeiiMipun the Sofa called to tho Walt- .)0 nro hrlght I'll admit, but you've
er, who did not respond, lor bu was i,0como siith a fixture." '
A Chair with wooden legs took down
the Mantel ami wrapped It iiiiind his
hat 1. At this point the Ilioom swept
puiiidl) Into the mom. and pausing be
side t'ne T mils Set Inquired, "Aieu't
iiu i njnliig the ball Why don't jou
cliinic the iniqnet?'
Ill the tinner the Call Hell pe-led
an iniiiige for the I'nper Knife v.liti
uftei wind tut Ii I in.
Tho gnjetj now wnt-il wonn on the
Hum and sevci.il p.iitlclpautH slipped
down. An old Itiifistci -leather 1'illow,
stelllg the down, sljly U'llllllktd, 'I'd
squeaked aloud, "I'xcoHor"'
(iruudpa's Chair was also becoming be n goose to miss getting that.
hllailniiH In the dance lie had taken
fiom the chest of diawers the giddiest an i:gg Pti.it hei. seeing Ills luanoeiivie.
pair mid dunning them wns vv Hilly, "I don t la
tinning the I'lano Stonl. The filvol- of the walk, and ou'd better not let
ous Mandolin began to pick up n Irs me tntth jou poaching on my prcm-
What iue jiiii lajlng tin ?" askeil
If j nil please, I'm Cock
from the Guitar, who wns thoroughly
In tune with the occasion.
ises." At this stern rebuke the Kgg
I'ontlier mteklj lifted his lid. The
The stiitclj I'lanti. howevui. refused Dniii. who bail hi ell at the thles'ioh),
to Join in tlie plnj, but sat calmly innk- giew weary of the excitement, and
lug notes. tinning on his hinges, bolted.
A soiibrettlsh Cushion In blondlned Tlie I'ortlire Curtain, being shabby
top plete wound the Fieni-h Clock nil and MiITed. hung back. The Chlniso
up by saying, "you're a thief. Miss; Vase, seeing her dilemma, w'hlspered
jou stole my tick." The Trench Clock to the Palm Put. "Wouldn't that Jar
put her blinds over her face and an- jou? Why don't the Feather duster?
grlly clilmed, "If you Talk like that I'll At this moment the Window had
strike." panes and a shade fell over her. Iliu
Just at this moment the glaring con-, Fllinj Diapery attracted attention to
duct of the Electric Light shocked her, the Window by nolBllj slinking out her
On hearing this the walls laughed
.md mado tho Chande-ller.
Quito late the Churn came In and
when the Sugar flow I saw her escort,
shu cried. "Oh Isn't lie a Dasher' I
would like to he sweet on him Tl'nt
i burn alwas gets the cream."
"Ah. me sighed the Sugar Tongs
"I wish 1 were more spoony."
A loud lapping at the oiitei hall dour
rniiHi'd a silence to tall but it hit no
The Speaking Tube called down
"Go away please, theies no pi ice
here for a Knocker." Then the Stovo
Pipe said to the Stove. ' Yuu'ie a
warm menihei hut jou re sooty.'
This made the atove hot, and turn
Ing red. ha iciurted. ' Oh, that's one of i
join pipe stories; quit smoking." And
the Pipe (elt a damper thrown on him
when be siw the 'foolli Pick take the
bark from the Fire Dogs and toss It In
thu grate "Aii ha'" quoth the Coal
Hod. ' to make her blaze I II take the ,
shovel and pjker."
Then the Tea Kettle began to sing I
nud this caused the party to break up
Tho Parlor I.-inip had grown sleepy.
ami blinkltu went out. The Library
Hooks t ink theli respective leaves,
and as th-y passed through the kitch
en tliev linked the Cistern If It were
well. And all the Cistern would Bay
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Washington, May 23. The details of the court-martial of J H Smith,
whose notorious "burn and kill" order has earned him the unenviable title
of "the American Wejler." are eager. y awaited by the whole country. Gen
eral Smith claims to have a strong defense. Secretary Itoot has shouldered
the responsibility for the rigorous campaign pursued In Samnr, but declares
absoluto Ignoiance of the "kill nil ove- ten" order.
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
All communications to this column to be addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
day Bulletin, P. O. Box 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
To Correspond! nts. Correct solution of Problem No. 51 iicclved fiom
K. Nielsen, F. Weed, II T. .Moore. G A Turner: 1 Q Kt 4.
PROBLEM NO, 53,
By II. Is. W. LANB, Brudiord. From B. C. M.
mjk Wjk :fc
Bawling Billy Billing's Boy. S
Off to the Dream Isle: Cradle Song
Hilly Hillings was a spoiled boy. Ills them Then his father did what he Thn next morning Ine old man tfld
patents were wealthy and he was their had nevei done before he gave Hilly Ulllj be louki sfop and go to sleep,
only child. At an early age he found a good shaking. illy Jerked himself (You Tnnw k Is alwajs dark on tho
out If tie would try loud enough, ho loose fiom hli father's grasp mid said, . moon In tho dajtlme) Hilly said he
could get anjthlng he wanted, so ho If be couldn't get the moon, he was go- was hungry, so the old man gavo mm
cried so muih that the other bojs nick Ing to run nwa, and with that daited a small bowl of ponldge. Hilly dl'in't
named him "Haw ling Hilly." Into the c-iowd, where Ills fallier care niuih for porridge as a mle, but
One evening last summer Hilly couldn't find him. I he was nearly starved, and when ho
wanted to go to Coney Island, so ho uiiij wandered down to the beach, ' Kt through v-ith that howi ho asked
cried until his father had to take him. cijlng, as usual. When ho reached for another. The old man told hlra
When ho got down there he cried for the wntci's edge he saw a bright path to go to sl-jep and he would forgot all
something ho couldn't get something lending straight to the moon. He imljnbout being hungiy.
other children have cried for and ,8 f)0t on t expecting his foot would i Hilly was awfully tired and slept all
couldn't get. He "cried for Ihe moon." B0 nt0 the water, but It didn't. Then'daj-. Tlie old man awakened him car-
His father toltt him ho couldn't gethe put his other foot forwnrd. Thcnlly In the evening and after glvtna
It. that money couldn't buy It. At that( j,0 n,hnnced two or three steps, and him nnother skimpy bowl of porridge.
.,..., luiuu u,i ,., .mmcr. inn 11 tnt. ,,nln was as hard and smooth as ordered Hilly to got to work.
an asphalt pavement. When Hilly saw muy polished away for a couplo of
this he commenced running lo the hours when he noticed tho old man's
moon, fiftck ta turned. Thla cum Illllv a
When he reached the end of tho chance to look around. Everything
rath he discovered the moon was n looked familiar to him. There were
few feet over Ills head, and he stood the twin lights of Navcslnk on tie
WHITE MATfcS IN TWO MOVES.
From the Monte Carlo Tourney. I" B K 3 17 P K5(f)
Another Brilliant Sicilian Defense. 18UxKP 18 It Kt sq
Wolf. Mleses. lSH(Qbq) lOHxIl
White. Illack. Kt tq
1 P K 1 PQ l 20 It x It 20 II K II 4
2 Kt K D 3 2 P K 2 Jl 11 Q 3 (c) 21 H x II
3 H K 2 3 Kt IJ I) 3 22 P x II 22 It x P
I Castles 4 Kt II . :3 K II ig 23 It Q n. (d)
J Kt H J 5 P Q 1 21 IJ x P 21 U Kt i (e)
C P x P 6 Kt x P .'5 Il-O. 4 25 P-Q Ii 4
7 P Q 4 7 P x P .'C Q Kt 5 2ci P x II
8 KtxP 8Kt(QOxKt 27QxH 27 P P
JPxKt OH K2 28 Q K 7 (f) 28 It Q R ch
10 I) 113 10 11 Q 2 29 K Ki. 23 Q Kt 5 ch
11 It Ktsq 11 P K4 30 P 113 3U Q X Kt P cTT (g)
12 KtxKl j2 I'xKt 31 K KS 31 Q-Q 7ch (h)
13 Q K 2 13 Q II 2 .-1 K K 4 32 CJ-Q 5 ch
14 Q HO 14 Castles 33 K II S 33 P Kt 3 ch
lBK Kt7(a) 15Q IJ'i) 34 K Kt B 31 R Kt 8 ch
1C It-Qsq 10 It-Qsq 35 K It 0 35 Q-Kt 2 mato
great ciowd began to gather around
Notes by Emily Kemeny.
(a) A tempting attack, which, how
evei, does not prove a succcbs.
(Ii) An Ingenious move, the object In
view being to force away the White K
H trom K II 3.
(e) There was no better move, for
1 Q 8 ch was threatening. "vVe see
now The effect of Hlack's 17th move.
UU uuarus against plajs like It x
I) or Q x D P.
fc) Threatening It Q 8 ch, Q Kt
5 ch, It Q 7 ch with a winning attack.
(I) macks advanced (j u j- was
bound to win tho game. Thn text,
move looks promising, especially since
It Q H 7 Is threatening, lut there Is
no time lor that. WTilte lias a forced
t) Evidently White overlooked this
move wirCn lie played Q K 7.
(h) Black at this stago announced a
mate In Ave moves. A very neat end
Ing to a rkllfully plajed game Liter
Itest 111 jour ciadle.
Twilight Is silver,
Hushing the day.
Dear little barefoot
Diooplng jour ej'es.
Itest till the dawn light
Creeps In tlie skies.
Softer voice take,
Stars step like fairies
Still the blue lake,
Hlrds only listen,
Hid In tho trees,
I.est they may startle
Bah kin's ease.
All the land wldo
Nestle u for night In
Cheek warmly tinted,
I.Ike, to a rose,
Long curving laBhes
Lulled to a close.
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Forward and fro,
Oft to the dream lslo
Habe and I go,
Forward and fro.
Oft to the dream lslo
Habe and I go.
OL ESEE lUCHAIlDSON.
Celebrated Pugilist Who yer look
In' at. any way?
Quiet Citizen Ileg pardon, but I
wasn't looking at jon.
"Well, why wasn't jcr lookln' at
me? Dont yer know "Who 1 am?"
under It crying, and saying he wanted'
It. There was an old man up In tuo
n.oon, who reached down, took Hilly
Ly the collar and hauled him up.
"So jou want the moon," the eld
man said. "Well, I want jou." He felt
Plllj's muscles. "Yes," be said, "jou
will do. I am old and stiff and tile
moon Is gittlng niBtj-. It takes mo
ahuut a month to polish it up, and 1
no more than get It brignt when It be
gins to get dull again. Sometimes 1
suppose It Is so dim (hat the people
n earth can hardly see It. Now, jcu
lie joiing and strong, and I'll make
:tu polish It every night. So get to
Tho old man gave Hilly a can of wa
ll r, some chalk and an old rag, and
it him at his taBk. Whenever Hlllj
showed any Inclination to Btop, the
old mau prodded him with a crooked
handled Btlck, which he used as a i iu e
That night n great nstionomer lr,(
log through his telescope saw Hilly,
The next day ho telegraphed all out
the world that ho had discovered a
new volcano on tho moon, and It ere
nted great excitement. It wasn't
volcano at all. It was only Hilly working.
left, and on tho right he could bc-o tho
CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY
Charles D. Walcott, Washington.
Director of the United States Geo
logical Survej-, and organizer and lend
Frederick Pabst, Milwaukee Wit.
One ot the prominent men of tha
"To start a business enterprise on a
Bmall scale at this stago of the com
long row of lights running from tha ei In scientific and higher educational
Oriental Hotel to the Iron Pier, and institutions, and member of many sci mere v,0tWs history, and to build It
jusi ueneain mm a lew icec away, t.minc organizations; was bom In 1S50, to proportions of national and even In
was the very path he came out on tho at NVw Yor,. M18 N Y.. bo(,all c0, lernatonal TepMv t0 uo Ule work ol
nlnht liafivpj TIMlif ilpnnnail nn It rrtnl .
....... ...., .,..., -"I'll-. - e. lectlng rocks and tosslls at thirteen, manufacturing in a small room to
and soon decided to follow geology as which materials for the finished prod-
a profession. Unablo to ntteud college uct are hauled by a yoko of oxen, and,
he learned the Btecl and Iron business, sixty years later, to possess a plant
and studied alone. In 187G became a which covers seventeen acres, and
member of tho New York State Qoolog- whose supplies each day equal what
leal Survey and two j'ears later was was used In ten years by tho orlgbtil
appointed to a position on tho United establishment that Is called business
States Geological Survej'. success.""
ran. The old man shouted at him. 1 ill
tho louder he shouted the faster Billy
When Hilly reached tho beach nnd
mixed with tut? crowd he heard them
talking on every hand about now
bright tho moon was No one. kno.v
the reason excepting Hlllj- his arm
As Hilly was moving nlong n police
man ejed him closely for a momnt
and then walked up to him and askod
If his namo might not be Billy. Hilly
"And mightn't your last namo bo Hil
lings?" the policeman inqulied. Hilly
said It was
"Well, Master WTtllam timings, vou
como with me " said the policeman.
"Wo have been hunting for you Inrh i
nnu low, aim no marcnea muy to
Hilly tolT his stoty, hut bis father
didn't give him a 50 dollar bill. Ho
gavo Billy a COO dollar spanking.
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