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SUNDAY DOLLCrlN. HONOI.UH7. If. T. SUNDAY, JUNE 29. 1902.
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OF A PECULIAR KIND.
A young innrrled friend of mine has
recently had ttn)lng with li'ni hla
wife's mother a. very dear old country
woman, tho whom the wn)s of London
arc ns n sealed hook.
The bedroom which the old dame oc
cupied looks out upoi the rnllwa). and
as London was onv eloped In fog for
MYSTERIOUS FOUR-MASTED SHIP
PASSES SILENTLY BY IN NIGHT
Several vessels have mmo to pott
within the last ten days with tho Etorj
of having righted n fine four-matd
shin In the near waters of these Isl-
two or three eln)s during her visit sli3,nm ,v0M. OI thc-e vessels tould
experienced n good denl of annoyance
from that apparently necessary nut
nnro, the fog signal
On the first morning of the fog. com
ing clown after n somewhat restless
night, she Inquired tho cause of the
hanging which she had frequently " " .., "'' "
t i ... .i-. i-. .i.i i, .i.. i. 'distress? Thes
I. .-.,,. iivi uiriii-iii ...... tt.:. ..it... i
make out who she was, ho ever, and
her Identity Is still shrouded In mjf
Who Is she? Whlthir lb sho bound,
and whence cniiTe she"' It ever thing
right aboard, or Ik she in trouble !
arc the questions bo-
was due to the fog. and as the old lady 'S KCU a,ous"'v ""
.li.i f .t- nv MriWr ni,n.n,.n. il.J The steamer Mlhau was the first to
matter was dropped. Ireport having seen a four mastur vvho4 served no one on the ship s decks An
On her return to the country how- ua,m- sm "m "ol KUO" , " signal oi uisiress was nying. "
ever, she was full of the wonderful
Most of the stranger's sails were sel People Were Aboard,
and she was Btundlng to tho northwesl, if ,, four for mBlL,i 8,ps repoit
heading In the same direction ns thac,i ,j tno gttamcri) M,au Chlnn and
vtssel sighted by the Mlliiau onry u
few hours pievlousl) The Nllhau and
the China probably sighted the sain)
Something Was Wrong.
The third officer and the two quar
tcrmastera of the China declared that
the) thought the vessel was tho I "art
nle Kerr although the) failed to oh
serve auy sign of smoke. They thought
something was wrong when they ob-
things she had seen In London.
"Did j c see a Lonnon fog. granny."
said one of her listeners one evcnlne,
when London was again the nil-absorb-lug
"Ave, that I did'" replied grnnns ,
'and heard tin too'"
"Heard on. grannv '" Inquired nil
other Interested listener, "how didst
hear a fog?"
"Why." answered the old lady, per
fectly In earnest, "Lonnon fog hain't
i like ours, every now and then It goes
oft wl' a rnre bang London Tlt-Illts.
PRICES are RIGHT
Nllhau Saw Her First. 'ever, the Chlnn did not atop to Invesll-
Captain "Hill Thompson brought gate If the oftkers of the Chlnn had
tho Mlhau into this port early In tho Known of the burning anil abandoned
morning of the 2uth Instant. I'riday. l'annle Kerr there Is no doubt thai
While coming from Kauai ports h more attention would have been paid
sighted, during the night a four mast- to the vessel
ed ship heading about northwest. Dlf-i Captoln I'rlele of the Chlnn I said
fount stories are- told by the various not to have known of the sighting ol
members of the Nllhnn s row as to th four-master until the China docked
whether the vcsrel wai burning her in Honolulu nnrbor Then he cxpres
stdc-tlghts. Hut little attention wai ed more than regret that he had not
paid to the ship lit the time Home In- been notified at the time.
deed, suggested that she might be tho
abandoned Urltlsh ship Kunnlo Kerr
hut this Idea was given up for the re.i
PORT 75c per Gal.
CHOICE TABLE CLARET,
50c per Gal,
The Pioneer Wlno & Liquor House
25 KING ST.,
"I once knew a man." aid Repre
sentative Foster of Vermont, "who wns
stranded In Jamnlcu He had barely
sufficient money to pay his way back
to the I'nlted States. After consider
ing the situation he decided to purchase
a ticket, and as the sea trip lasted onl
n couple of (lavs he would go without
food that length of time He realized
that If he remained In Jamaica nnd
spent his money he would never hi"
able to get hack home
"He went on hoard the steamer nnd
bought his ticket. He tloscd his car,
to the sound of the lunrh bell, nnd
when dinner time enme and a fellow
passcngci asked him to nciompnii) him
to the dining room, he politely declined
on the ground that he never ate nt sea
The next morning he skipped break
fast by sleeping late, and at lunch time
he kept to him room 11) dinner time
at night, however, he was so hungry
that he could have eaten a pair of shoes
" I am going to eat." he said "even
if I am thrown overboard afterward 1
might ns well he drowned as starved
"At the dinner tnble he ate over
thlng In sight Then he hiaceil him
relf for the explosion.
" 'Ilrlng mo the cheek." he said to the
"'The check?' queried the waiter.
" 'Yes.' said the man.
" 'Thero Isn't any check.' was the
icply. 'Onthlg ship meals go with the
passage ticket.' "
James Makee Sees Her,
On Thursday last the steamir
James Mnkee. Captain Tullett, coming
son that no smoke was seen coming from Kntiul ports, sighted a four mast
from her hatches. Site was carr)lim ed ship off Walanne. tills Island be
considerable sail and nil seemed wltwcen Ilarher's nnd Knena points Tun
be-well with her. vessel wns fl)lng slgnnls and was li
China Patses Near. calmed Captain Tullett could not
The Pacific Mall tttanitbip China nr 'make out the slgnnls and tho v.Ljk'i!
rived here from the Orient early In lh "lid not go out of her wny to InvcsH
nfternoon of the Jtith Frldn), nnd h"i gate Whether tin- "vessel was the one)
third ofIicr and two of the quarter sighted by the Chlin and the ono
masters reported having sighted n tlna, sighted 1 the Nllhau
James Makee and the bark Am) Turn
el nle all one- and the same vess 1
there Is little possibility of her belli!
the 1'nnnlo Kerr, for the reports '!
the four vessels show differences in
the matter of sail carried and signal!
which would prove conclusively th it
people were aboard the vessel.
If tho four vessels named havii
sighted the same ship she has madi
little progress, whoever she Is for ne
cordlngl) to the vnrlous reports she
wns each time In about the same posl
Identity Still Unknown.
When tho Nlllinu and the China re
portci the four master It wns thought
sho might be the Tort (Jcorge or tlm
llnwnilan Isles The latter vessel
camo Into this port a da) or so nffr
and proved sho was not the vessel seen
b tin- Nllhau and China The Tort
(leorge Is now 72 dn)8 out ol Port
I'lrle- Tor this port She Is In ballast
nnd nil anxiety Is felt concerning her
long passage The description glvii
of tlie ship sighted by the Chlnn how
ever does not tnlly with tho Tort
(leorge nnd It Is not thought thnt tha
in)slcrlous vessel sighted li three
steamers and a bark could lie the I'oit
The genernl opinion on the wnter
'front Is that tin- China should havn
paid more attention to the vessel when
Is now ImpOR '"l"' '"'" "" lfS'"' "n" nppenreu
Hint no one wns on ner ikmi;i in,-
Martinique Disaster Scenes
MONT PELEE IN ERUPTION.
This picture, inido from n recent photograph, shows how Mont Tele,
actually looks while In eruption, Of c-oiirse the photograph fulls to convey
the lurid, tiii-iiiilnc iilw f tlie scene, but, nevertbelis. In spite ot the
haziness due to the shower of Mili'iinlc nshes, the 1t.tiirt gives mi lelei of
the terrllile grimleiir luplied b) n clone view of u volniuo in nctlon.
fYmr filcr ulthtn lt.tiu Hint, n litit . ullit.i In anl.
clred miles of this port at r, o'clock In j The stenmei Klnnii .vesterdiv James Makee also might hnvc Invest!
Ilin mrirnlnir rif ll.r tint ll.r tinnir m . Iirniii-hl llio i-..iinrl friim Itlln Hint tlin gntld a I ttle further when she plssi
lived Tnee officers id tin. China full I lurk Am) Turner Captain Warlan.l, I n stuilige ship with signals living b-
ed to observe nnvbod) uu the ship J fiom Han rrnnelsio which I inched
Hilo n few dava ngo. sighted a foul
4th of July-Parade
TRADE FLOATS Three Prizes.
1st, $75; 2d, $50; 3d, $25 $150.
BEST DECORATED BUSINESS DE
LIVERY TRUCKS AND WAGONS
1st, $50; 2d, $30; 3d, $15 $95.
BEST DECORATED BICYCLES
1st, $15; 2d, $10; 3d, $5 $30.
BEST 8USTAINED CHARACTERS
1st, Best Group, $25; 2d, Best Single
s Character, $10 $35.
.Allowance to Fire Department for dec
J orating and display, $100.
Allowance to Road Department for
All organizations ate Invited to pa
All those intending to participate in
tho parade will please notify thq
Grand Marshal, Col. Jas. II. Iloyd, of
such Intention on or before July 1st,
so that a place In the procession may
bo assigned to such Intending partici
pants. PARADE COMMITTEE.
GOT THE BETTER OF THE CLERK.
Not long ngo Prof. N. U. Leonaid.
who wns called recently to the piesl
dency of tho mining college nt Ilutte.
Mont., feeling Indisposed, consulted his
ph)slclnn, a German, very sclenttllc.
unci acknowledged ns ono of tho lead
ing men of his profession In Montana
Tho doctor advised Mr Leonard to
work less at tho desk, exercise more
outdoors and take beer ns a tonic.
coinethlng the professor had never
cnreil for The doctor met his p.itlen
a few da) later he was leaving the
college, and stopped to Inqulie how he
"About the sime." leplled the pio
fessor 'Did )ou take beer as I dliectcd'" In
qulieil the ph)slctan
"Yes." responded the piofessor: "I
took It n few times, lint It became so
nauseous that I had to discontinue it."
"How much did )ou take'"
"Wh). I bought a whole bottle, and
took a spoonful before each meal."
answered tho piofessor. San Fran
The four master (lew no signals Thl
wns strange as vesse'i are suppose!
to speak In pnsstng for the benefit c I
Hhlp that piss clone
enough to ill
imiHttil ship humid north on the L'oth so should speak enih otbel snv the
iii.-ttatit near to the Islands The Ami'
Tiirui'i sighted tlie ship on the snmi
ilin th" China slghlid n four mister
wise ones Often n 'rent deal Is text
bv neglige n In this regard vvhn
Milin p.is w I. hnut spi'akini.
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Bar Association At Dinner
(Continued from pigo 1 )
ber of the liar pieunt who bad been a
subject of Queen Vlctoiiii and the new
1) clowned king He witdieil it iindci
stood tliRl he did not rwpond to the
toast ns "one lately c'el'vril from thei
shackles of monniehy ' The govern
ment of Oient Urltaln w.v n monarchy,
while that of the United states was a
republic, but each wnt following out
Its destiny of etcndli c the reign ol
ionization. Had not U" ItrllUli colo
nists of Amerlcn levolted In 1770. tho
L'nltcd Stntcs would not b n free coun
try toda) even though It might huve
been Independent In transferring his
allegiance to the I'nltul tntes he had
felt ns If stepping from one house to
another, a sentiment that wis warmly
cheered. Proceeding h ninde many
graceful allusions to t" nut irnl rela
tions of the two eountili-K 'Hand
across the teas" was the Wynejti- of lib
Toastmaster Smith !ndnl.liig In n
story followed with the remark that
better rennrdH" In nil (lie louudles
end especially III America, the profes
sion of the law Is the avenue to emi
nent polltk.il distinction: and while, it
Is tine that it Is not In evei nun's
powei to rise to pic-eminence In tlm
piofesslon. )ct It Is In evety man's
power to attain u lespeetahle position
against Interest nttl United to Kla Na
luiuleliu that 1 am ueutel) conscious )
the fuel that I shall be unable to do
the subject of my toist exact or Indeed
Whether or not International nibl
tuition shall be substituted for war in
the determination of International Is-
therein Tho American Il.il has .ilwn)g wca 8 u Question of gieaumomcnt even
liirnlshcd the mutcilnl for American 4t tho present time when all existing
Intel national Issues huve been, for all
statesmen Nineteen out of the twen-
l-slx 1'iccldcnts of the I nlted State)
have been either law)cis or educated
for the liar While a laige proportion
of the men who have illEtlugillshed
themselves In American legislation uml
in foreign diplomacy huve been mem-'
hers of the legal piofesslon. What .1
power the piofesslon Is and ulwii) lui
practical purposes, llu.ill) determined
nnd universal pcucu rulgus triumph
In these d.i) s of Invention and siien
title achievement In which the urmn
and munitions of wui huve attained
such u high state of perfection, thei"
inn be but one lesult to the submission
been In guiding the popular mind nnd f nn Issue to the arbitrament of wai
forming n wise public opinion annihilation or the national entail ol
Americans are Justl) proud of tho ,.ti,cr the one or the other of the war
long list of great lawcra this counti) rn(. t,0Wers-lf tlie neutral ami iiein
has ptodiiceil There were vVobstci I ,i)inbutunt nations will penult of tho
Cl.i) and Mason, Chelate- WIImiii anil I tltil dcleinilnatlon of the issues Jolneil
I'iliikne). Wilt and Hull VliAlllster, i,j waK, , ,,, i,,,i,
wlille tlie .luillilui) Ills liceii mane la
none present was more highly respected moils b) such men an M ire hall Stor),! . ...
b) bench and bar than Judge E'.tee, and Kent and a multitude of otlieis wl1'' ,,,lu,,(,u m
he proposed " I wlille lehs illstiiigulshid wen- not less .
"The llench and Bar
"With all his faults," began Mr.
Falrchlld, "the hotel man is a first
class fellow, who will go a long wny to
keep his guests from being seen by
doubtful guests. I recall an Instance
which happened to me In Now York
not long ago I had registered In the
morning, and, leaving my key nt tho
hotel, came hack again In tho evening,
rinding tho night clerk on, hut not on
AN ENGLISH JOKE.
"And why. may I Inquire." said Senn
tor Ilurrows to Senator Penrose, "did
)ou Introduce that amendment to the
proposition to elect senators by direct
vote of the people?"
"Merel) to make It moie dlftlcult.'
"Thnt reminds me," said Senator Oe
pew. "of the Englishman who had been
at several club gatherings In this coun
try where wits were assembled, and
who thought It Incumbent upon him to
do something for theJi entertainment
next time they met. He sat down nnd
with much labor compose I a conun
drum. Next time he got to the club he
sprung his production
" 'What Is It " he asked, 'Hint has
feathers and a long henk, builds Its
nests on chlmne)s, stands on one le;
In the water nnd barks like a dog'"
"Nobod) could guess. Then the En
glishman gravely announced that the
answer was 'A stork.
" 'Ilut,' one of the people present said
'A stork doesn't hnik like n dog.'
" 'I know that," he replied, 'I on!) put
Hint In to make It more difficult.' "
Judge Estee SfciI-c.
Judge Hstce wlttll) '-plied In hlv
most offhanded vein Hurting out with
in lioulcnllv lugubrious allusion to the
wlldl) .vellow piece cf tlit'on lately
published about lilmt'lf In u San Fran
cisco paper. As be had bten married
Hut u"iitrnl and non-eomb.itiint n.i
not penult such final deter-
such means No nation of
the earth Is so Isolated or of urn h little
louuuciilul Importance that Its subju
c-at Ion and annihilation would not It
a matter of lOiuern to miiiic- tuition il
desi'iving of the place tin) bold In
Position of the Judiciary.
I lie jucncuir) icirins uu inmpcum-ui ,. , ,., ,,, i, ),,),
... , . Ill B"" lilMtV.111, I'lllCI 1IIHII llt- Mini v'
luau.h of the government. Independent , ,t u al nar ,ld bl.fl)e 1C hmv ,,.
n o far as It lelnlcs to the otheittt , ,onlcI1(llB nMvnt ,inal.
blanches of the government, bill de- , ,,,,, ,,,,, other
pendent upon ii wise mid well Instruct ' . ,,,,. , . ... llu
nr.ni uif. enr ..im it. fnrn i d liar, for the Heiic h and the liar am . .,.,.,,.,, .... P.,r.11i1,1 .....i
)ears-thotiBh she had piobably beeii m,""u,1 dependent on each other.! rctOKittou of suc, UCmaud will lis
less satisfied than he-It made him. There shciilld e'Xlst between the lli-ncli ,omp(,)lei, ,iy tup oln,.r ndtlon5 of thg
ll ns he WB. fel rather lone-,'""' " "'ere-ii r.-. u irii-ii.u, '"' '-arlh
0 rend that a divorced wife of telllgent oppreelutlon of each others, If matters In dlsptitf between nutln
1 Just died In Uronklyn Then, w,fk- The liar should remember that I ,mirabiy Oetermlned by l.itert
. .... . miiut .liililii ftf n niriiltiut nun
some to rend that a divorced wife of imwui i'f" " '- " If matters In dispute between nations
his had Just died In Uronklyn Then, w"fk- T' ar siioiini rememner m.ii ' njo ,Iirauly determined by Interna
v, t,,.f ). i,ot. in ,mr wi.lln bo1 courts must iieciue lor or against ono ,., ,,,.,
uhitcd an oecount of a clog case In hle In cuch action, and If tho r nlent t bi,tor(I t,e niitur romU11,
which he was cngnked when an attor- """"' """ " " '. , . i of a war Instituted to determine tin
nc) In California His mpcu.se to the Jud Ury. It should Itself pursue u wlse MU(lg pregenUl ttliy bll01lld a, lh
II me, I asked him, giving him my
nai.P f i ,vas in, xot knowing the
numlr of m) room, I decided this was
tho wa)to find out.
"He lou-ed nt me rather suspicious
ly. IMdcntt the result of his Inspec
tion was not reassuring, for, after mak
ing a bluff at feuing in my box, he re
plied quite stiffly
" 'No. sir; Mr. Far-chllcl Is not In '
I sat down on the lo,,1KC, nnd said
him that h
"The porter carried the clerk p.
stairs." New York Tribune.
Disraeli dearly loved a Joke at the
rxpense of others An author who had
sent his latest effort In fiction to him
received the following complimentary
'I thank )ou for the book )Oti sent
me, and will lose no tln'e In reading It."
"I wonder what makes my e)es so
weak''' a fierce Radical once said to
"tl Is because they nic In a weak
place," was tho rep'.
An Incident In the llfo of the Into
! Lord Itosshn shows how acute was the
when becomes In Please tell sense of humor In Disraeli. "What
ho Is here looking ur him- can wo do with Ilosslyn?" he asked ot
"Make him master of the buckhounds
ns his father was," suggested the lat-
""No." replied the premier, "ho swean
far tw much for that. We will makt
blm high commissioner to the Church
toast, however, was yet tc time. The ""' conservame emme i ot- "- matters In dispute bo settled and de
Judge said: -' ' ',r "'""" "'tK "' " "'" termlned by International arbitration
.Mr. Tonstmatter -I v;ill respond to1 peneci cHnii.ie.cu ,. e-ai.. .. i.e-r. .. ,)(;f(m ,hp ,ommentemcllt or buiu war
the toast of the -Bench and liar" by '" " '; me ji.u.u.r, .. , c.u.t ... n(, Um MlV(1 llloUban,llt of m,.K ,,
-eaillni! n fhort brief whl.h contain the Integrity of the liar In he presen-1 ml,(,nR of ,, 0 lu ,(m.udK
neither law nor citations nnd so no luuuu . a.... ...... ......0 ....... n,ltmij,,
,epl, will L- nectary This cannot, '"''XVle''',,, ' 'he law ZZ War a Rel.c of Barbarism.
fall to satisfy both the Penih and thei "K the same upon the law anil tue ,,,,.. ,
liar; so If we fall to please 1.) our! '" -ttl. War ut best ? u relic- of barbarism
opinions we hope not tc. displease by1 Opinion of the Bar. It savois of lino when might a out
nir hr'ef Or one thinr 1 ran assuie Willi the jurisprudence of Amcilcu 'constituted right and 111 this golden
you. II Is mi-ch easlti to write a fair the law)cn have all to do The opln ei when the II -t of reason lllii.uIrM
brief -vlthout Uu than n lnlr opinion, " f he liar will i.Iw.dk make Itselt and the spirit of natural Justlco controls
with the law heiml and If woith) usicted by thfl the nations of the eurth In theli poll
Morality It Ne-etary llench The two should thus wmkltlwil and commercial relations with
There Is .olblv. no profebsl'on. with '-"" "' '' "lr " "'"' "' "'" "! each iti.H. th. .ec m... to mm ns a
he exception of the ministry wheiein' nwnltv and the prosiierity of the peo-. means of settling and determining In
1 higher tone of morality ie mo.e ne- I'"e ' ternational disputes should neither be
,c.,, .i,nn in .w ,.t th. law- 'ib.-.e I wish to congratulate the members countenanced nor permitted
... . 1 .. ln It it nt llilu lunl.itrnl twirtlrm nt' lTlitlu llin H ita nt nriinilfK'V nro ll.IWi
s no profession In wtiliti moral ciiar-'"' '"" "-' "' """ ,. ' . . " """ '"; '" " '"" ' " '.. '
acter Is more scriitlnlnd than In that, the great Ameilc.in llepuhlie fin tho I ventuie the prophecy that before the
of the law. and It Is
kin lu lit trim i t tllQ
11,0 .0 r". m. iw w.. .'C ,:..-.. .- - ..... ...... .l .... l.,.l..
uere is luauuy eiiiii.ii:ii .1. uu.tg. ,. -1 quiri.iK hi.jubci..c....i ...... ..-.v. ......i.wm
compllshed and energetic men und I will be adjusted and determined b) In
may safely say It has readied the truth ternational arbitration as 11 substitute
of the words of Sydney Smith, thai '(or war
tho law Is the best profession ror . -fm Prevention of Litigation," was
young man If ho has sui) thing In him.' .,, ((m9l wlll ulUl j, Ti )(. i0t
as well ns those Of tne greni i.ngusii
commentator that "lawyers must b'
loyal )el Independent, obedient yet
Judge Robinson Speaks,
The experimental underground elec
tric railway of Paris, which although
but 8 miles In length, handles 140,-
000 (ares a day, has been so satisfactory of Scotland
entrusted the reputatloni the domestic
peaie.and often the liberty and the life
of those who look to their nttorncys
for defense It Is a profession wherein
many temptations beftt Its members,
nnd In which many dime tilt questions of
dut) arc constantly a Islng No man
an be a great law)er who Is not n good
man A Iaw)cr wlinotii integrity may
havo brilliancy of Intellect hut unless
he has good morals he will full to at
tain distinction nt the liar or tho re- Judge Robinson was greeted with the
sped of his piofesslnnal brethren. Tho eong, "He's a Joll) good fellow." 011
law must he the guide to both the being called to respond to the sentl-
llench and the Ilnr In this Republic
no man can bo so high In stullon as to
be above the law, and none so humble
as to bo beneath It In the practlcn
of his nrofesslon therefore, high moral
principle Is the only safeguard for the
Responsibilities of Lawyers.
Tho responsibilities of the law-) or
nrlso from his relations to the courts ot
Justice, to his professional brethren
and to his clients. Where can )ou find
a profession which is more worthy ol
our greatest efforts or which holds out
tiu'tit, ' International Arbitration as a
uihstltute for war" He replied as fol
Mr. Toastmnster and mcmbeiu of the
llench and liar of Hawaii Since be
name wus mentioned,
Mi J. T. De Holt said It was not n
tended to stop lltlgniToii that night.
Litigation was au evil Incident to
civilization While absolutely lmpos
slbto to prevent litigation the lawyers
should check It us tar as possible
l.aw)eis should have the high Ideal
that they followed a profession and not
luiliitss it hud I.e. 11 si,d
tint tin country wit, nihil liv
the law)crs If that wen so let them
i .,iin,i n Inn ivpilnnalnv that nreallzo their responsibilities, bo that
diould bo culled upon to respond to tho 1 the civilization of tho world ma) bo
toist "Inteiuntlonnl Aihltintlon ns ajudvaneiit In savage cominunlticd
Substitute for War," my time nnd jt- there wns luillvldiiallt hul a lack of
ti.ntl.in bnve been so fullv occuple I null) As Hie savage emerged from
.villi other matters that I huve found barbarism his wants Increased, In
my Ideas nnent tho subject matter ol u vlduallty declined and 1 .immunity of
the toast so Inoxtrlcnbl) commingled Intel est developed. With such devol
with evidenco of the declarations opmct.it litigation arose and increased.
Yet there was too much of it Tiler
were cases It. court that ought not to
be tlieio f-lle.tr. hear'' "Ye,
theie's one ease t)o man)'" "Tell
thnt to McCluiahan'" Such weie some
of 11 torrent ol laughing Intel niptlonn 1
Ml De Holt when he got a e bailee pr 1
eeided to show that nttoinos were r.
spnuslhlo rcu much ol the Improper
nnd unni ifisni) lltlgition A slinpll
lli al Ion of piocee dings was advocated
ns means 01 icdticlug litigation Ihu
laws should nut be- an liistiumetit ot
nppu-ssloii hut one or protection Th"
grand Jui and tlielietlt Jut) ns n elutl
Ism wns outgiown He would not do
nvvn) Willi Ihe tunc Hon or 11 grand Jurv
bill the Atlnine-) Oenelil when 111 III
right mind uoiim of laughter might
ndcqunlel) peilorm It. The grand Jul v
wns perhups nccesaiv when It orlgl
lilted uuav back 111 cibsiui,- unlhiuitv
When he talked i Juries he si Idoiii
found lnw)eis to ngiee with him lla
pro-x:uled to niite that the trial Jury
Itself was an overrated Instlliitlo.i
Tlie laugh was oil him when he forgot
himself amid Interruptions and nil
dressed Ills uitditois a '(lenlli men of
Hit JuiV Contending Hut ,ustice ,
snfei with an upilght Judge than
twedve 1111 11 picked up on the stie.t
and taken liom their business tho
speukei was brought up b) Judgn Es
tj'e with tlie rcniuiT.. 'The iudge can
guess ns well 11 the Jul) " In conclu
stun lie emphasized his leading
thought, that the pievenllon of un
ueeessai) lltlgatiou tested Willi Hid
Mi Smith had not gone lur in in
tiiidiiiing the Chief Justice when ho
acknowledged the strong lmpicssioii
Mi De Holt had made upon lilm and
wltli a reference to tlie nbence or 1,
1 1 1 ostim In lupan 1. o-itioiiii b
visit to Hint counti) "At governuit-it
expense " Interjected Mr Stnnle) nnd
il 10.11 I ol lowed Mt Smith hoped foi
the lime when nun leaineil lu the law
would pi norm the functions ol the
C'hler Instil e l'ro-ir on rising to d
llvei Ills address 'The hlglu r run. lion
ol tlie lui -H11 development ot tlm
law ' said te had Intended slmpl) 01 .1
iiiKk but on sitting lonn t 1 sin I)
the topic coiniiiitld 11 rather lengthy
brief to paper although his Intention
lu making notes at nil was to secure
bievlty Itefore starting to rend his
paper he got hack at Interruptions with
the iimuik that alter all It was nn op
ptiitunlt) of Ihe bench io pay ho law
ors back lu their own coin of dreary
Tousluinstcr Smith, Introducing the
leaders of the discussion of the sub
Ject which wns set down, mused a
piiilonged leuewnl of applause when
he expiessed his high appreciation nt
the quality of the deliverance of tho
Attoine) (lenerul Dole, with humor
ous ictuurks 011 all that had preceded,
waived serious discussion of the topic
b) ua)lug such would be monstrous nt
11 10 p in Then he proceeded to
speak nt length nn the subject o' the
Mr ThciiiipMii was down ror further
discussion of the Chief Justice's paper,
lie had piepaud a beiiitlful speee Ii,
and. mil) (ld knew what he had prepared.
Ml Smith paid his compliments to
Dlstiii t Attorne) IWkons who for
tepl) pioposed Ihe health of "Tho (lo.
cinoi,' which was drunk with honors.
Mr Robertson asked leave, on behalf
of the committee to ilisbuise 111? ex
pense of having the Chief Justice's nd-
diess lu pamphlet form He passed
a high cm ionium echoed with np
plause. upon the production. ,
After music by the Hawaiian Qutn
tebt baud "American Influence on tha
world's civilization" was proposed J
,1 Dunne responded.
Mr Thurston, Joining In the praise.
thought the addresses In general wero
worth) of preservation In compact
Mr Mc Cants Stewart desired tho
speakcis to plate their addresses In the
hands of the committee1, und Mi Do
Holt to reduce his oral speech to writ
lug and turn It In
Tlie Attorne) C.eueral propostd "Tlie
I'ederal Oftlceis of ihe Terrltor) of Ha
wall" lauding their eourtes) us well
us the goodness of the National not
eminent in the Terrltoi)
Judge Robinson proposed ' The Ilnr
These volunteer toasts having been
enthuslastlcall) honored, the assembly
dispersed with "Ailld Lang S)ne," tha
I tilntet pla)lng "Aloha Oe" nnd "HO'
wall P0110I," as the bnnqucters strolled
out or the room
It should hnve been stated that the
tables were decorated with red eanu
tlons and cnndlcs In red shades, while
a vase of lilies stood III front of the
She wus a bright )oung teacher. In
charpe of a bright )oung class, com
posed of ninny foreign children fo
Increase their votahulat) she had hit
on a guessing giuie Sho told the clnst
of what she wns thinking, and tbey
named the object
This time she liml thought of thei
wont biillid.iv und tlie lescon had gone
on lu tills rashiou
Now, little rotks. I'm thinking of
something jou all hnve You don t
have It verv otten Just once every
)car Even I have one What Is it?
I'll give )ou a minute to think and
when 011 are sine 5011 know raise vour
Hands began to go up rapidly.
"M) ' said this bright )oung teach
er "I reall) think I have the best little
folks in all this Idg school The) nil
think so fast, nnd I know they nrc
thinking of the vers thing 1 thought.
I'm going to let Morris tell. I'm sure
Morris rose to his feet, stood In the
aisle In true military position, and like
a shot from 11 gun. In response to the
"Tell us whnt It Is, Morris," cams
the ready answer:
"K clean undershirt, teacher." Ncsr
Anarlstocratlc East Superior street
woman, who lias had the usual num
ber of failures In the wny of domeitlcv
having tried neaily ever) nationality,
licaid the other da) that a number of
girls had come here f 10111 l'lnland tn
seek emplii)inent ns servants nnd thai
the) were hlghl) iceommc tided as
strong Intelligent cnpahlo and geueral
1) excellent help.
With high hope the housekeeper
hied her to the olllee whete theso para
gons were on exhibition, nnd was soon
brought face to face with 11 brawny
specimen who could not speak n word
of English With the aid of nn Inter
preter the following conversation took
"Can )ou took?
"Oh. no "
"Can )ou wash and Iron?"
"I have never done an) thing like
Tor goodness sake" exclaimed the
astonished matron to the Interpreter.
"ask her what she can do "
With calmness and complacency th
reply came hack "I can milk rein
deers!" New York Tribune.
and dust or clean
Prohabl) the favorite story of 11. IL
Honnre, father of Mrs, Potter Palmer
and Mrs. Kied Orunt. Is the following
"While on a trip thiougU tho xoulk
boon after the Civil War. I stopped over
night at the little town of Wurrenton,
N C Tho next morning, strolling
around looking the place over, I met a.
count r man, who greeted me with 1
'Ilowd)" und passed the tlmu of day'
most cordlall) I was considerably
taken aback when I noticed that ho wai
barefooted, and 1 ventured to ask him
It It was the custom ot the country (or
the men to go without shues. II
answered with a drawl 'Wall, tomt on
us dues, hut most on us 'tends to our
own business.' "New York Times.
SO THOUGHTFUL TO HER.
Young Husband (picking up bundle
from table) What have you here, loTe?
Something for me'
Young Wife Yes, dear. I went down
town this morning, expressly to buy
them for )ou 1 hope )Ou'll like them.
Young Husband Llko themT Of
course I'll like them If )ou bought
them, but what are theyt
Young Wife They'ie night caps,
dear I heard )ou tell Sparkles thli
morning that jott'd go down to the
club this evening with him and get s.
night cap, and I made up my mind
right away that I'd save )ou that trou
ble h) seeing that )ou had some lu the.
house. Just open thu parcel and try
tliem on, won'! )Oti, love?
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