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Wallace R. Farrlngton,
Prr Month, miyMrhcre In IJ.S......9 ,711
Per Oailrr, anywhere In U.S 3.oo
I'cr Vir, a,ivtte lnU.S M,oo
rr Vcir, potl'ul, foreign Ti.iio
CIRCULATION, LARGEST OP ANY
In the Territory
J Editorial Rooms,
THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. I
While conditions In Chlntl still aic.
mid necessarily will be fore somu
time., unsettled, there must he more .UC(,d ,t ;, . ltsC(, a gort of
or less unxlety for the safety of tho .reciprocal trailer with South Amcrl
occupauts of all tho foreign Lega-jcan countries In which they got tho
tlons nt I'chlng. Though ten years
liuc elapsed since the allied forces
of tho Americans, llrlttsh, Gcrniniu,
rrcncli, Austrian!), Italians', and Jap- ted States, all of them being coffee
nneso captured tho Chinese capital producers capable of growing n bet
und relieved the Legntloncrs, the Lir I""1" of V,e I,C'"1 ,U"" 1.3', for
'events lending up to It and the sus
pense entailed until their safety n
assured liayc not been forgotten.
Hussla, (lermnny, nnd Great Ilrlt-
nln had been ncqulrlng territorial
toucesslons In China, and Frunco was
endeavoring to secmo one. all of ;
whlch were resented by the Chinese
people though favored by the Dowa
ger llmpress, while the Emperor had
' but little support. Prince Tuan pio-'hls
claimed his nlno- car-old son heir
presumptive to the throne. Him
self an athlete, the Prince had a fol
lowing of jonng athletic men, known
as lloxefs, who rovolted, massacred
missionaries In tho Interior of tho
country, and attacked tho foreign le
gations at Peking, being finally Join-,
cil In this movement by the Impel lal
The CJilncso Ministry, believed to
bo unfriendly to tho forclg'peis, eith
er could not or would not protect tho
Legations, and tho outsldo world was
In suspenso as to tho fato of their
' occupants. This condition continued
until It became known that Uaron
von Kcttelcr, the German Minister,
had been mnssacred by Chinese sol
diers. Immediately, . Vlce-Adpilral
Sempur, of tho Hrltlsh navy, began
n inarch upon Peking but ho was
c.bllgcd to tuiu back after suffering
sovornl hundred casualties, Tho al
lied foiics then fclnrmctli Tlen-tsln,
which was captured with a heavy loss
of Killed and wounded, and tho nm -
peior of China appealed for penco to,
l'lesldent McKlnlcy, who insisieu ,
that free communication must Mist'
be iillowcd with the Legations.
riald .Marshal von Wuldersec, of
tho German army, led the final march
of tho allied fortes on Peking. l
Acmrlcaus being tho first to enter
tho city. Tho Hniperor nnd EmprcsH
had lied, ll'iq) Legatloncrs were ro
lloved and told many thrilling stories
of their danger and distress, tho llrst
nuvvs of which had reached tho Unit
ed States In a cipher messago from
Minister Conger, which read "Still
besieged; sltuattou mora precari
ous;" Indicating that earlier news of
tho situation had been bent to Wash
ington but never reached Its destina
tion. Chiun was compelled to erect
n monument to Uaron von Kcttelcr,
upologlzo in Lmperor William, nnd
pay nn Incjemnlty of 1200,000,000..
u part 'of tho American indemnity be
ing i emitted by tho United States
about n year ago.
China, unfortunately, Is tho one
country In tho world about which
flfo least is known, nnd concerning
current events thcro It Is difficult to
acquire quick and rcllnhlo news. It
may bo taken for granted, however,
that tho Powers, having received in
timation that tho Legations were In
danger, will bo quick to act either
jointly or severally, nnd that tho
present representatives of tho United
States, Minister Kockhlll, and other
Dicupants of the American Legation
will not be permitted to remain at
tho mercy of either Chlneso regulars
or revolutionists without prqmpt ac
tion being tnkan,for their relief.
PROTECTION FOR COFFEE.
Tho Intimation received from Mr.
James V. Morgan that some degieo
of Protection may ho given to Amcr-Ican-giown
conYo Is of tho gieatu.it
Interest to this Territory, more fco,
peihapH, In a way, than the nows of
tho additional appropriations to be
nsked of Congiess for Honolulu, Illlo,
and Pcail Harbnis These Inst were
bound to come. Thcv were n nnt
ural wqudicp of tho projeits-nlieady
ttarted, while the suggestion of afl
for our cpffee lndustrywas nnexperV
rd, nt ientit t!iiis early In tho tariff
discussions now bclug held before tho
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rr fell Montlu , 41 .
Per Year, anywhere In U.S. ...... I.iki
Pet Year. ftiijwltfre In Canada, ,. I.PWi
Per Year mliiatd, fotclsn ". 3,t,o
Entered at tlic Posloffice At Honolulu
lit hrcntid cIam nmttr.
NOVEMBER 23, 1908
"ci'Ubllcnn representatives In Coiv
Colfco lins heretofore been on the
'tariff free list because there was no
I scr-tlnn nt thn Ignited funics thrit urn
""K "" " " "u " "nnii.cu
mo unit i i tee cactus oi mo insi
ten jenia have added Hawaii, Poito
Itlco, and the Philippines to tho Unl
thc most part, Imported, and able to
I supply In a few enrs a considerable.
proportion of tho quantity consumed
on the mainland.
Protection issured for American-
;iown coffee, a long step will liae
been made toward tho settlement ut
the small-farm question, foV It Is ca-
ccntltilly tho one ciop that Is par
ticularly adapted for cultivation and
marketing by the homesteader and
family, l'or the time being there
seems to be a surplus of canned pine
apples nnd our stocks aro not moving
freely to market. The sugar outlook
will not bo Improved If Mr. Taft gets
his own way In legnrd to the Philip
pine sugar, tho only thing that can
save us in that respect being a Bpc
tlal schedule, uppljlng to our cane
and the American beet product, with
n sliding upward scale ns tho Philip
pine product comes Into market, that
scalo to equal tho difference between
tho cost of production there and horj.
Under these circumstances It Is
sincerely to bo hoped that Mr. Mor
gan's Indication of Protection for
American coffee may bo fully rcal
Ired. EDWARD ATKINSON'S APPEAL.
Hon. IMwnnl Atkinson of I lost on
Is known throughout tho United
States us one of tho ablest economic
writers In thn country, nnil.hls stud
lei nnd deductions from statistics iro
,iwa,K rcaiI witn interest nnd often
nrcr.,,tG( s authoritative, especially
'l-i"IHf .tT. '
Eight Lots at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck farm
Two fine .building lots in Manoa
$1600 and $1000.
Nuuanu Avenue $35,00
Nuuanu Avenue $50,00
School Street $40,00
Quarry Street $22,50
Kinau Street $25,00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
Lunalilo St. (Furnished) ....$40.00
Waikiki (Furnished) $40,00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompt;
vi- iiir. .it
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
go tip to Coirege Hills and see
how many new homes are be
inR built. It would be easy
for you to pet a lot and have
a home in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
jou some of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when you learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot wc
will assist you in building a
?(. Joit iMeywUlv
by Chose who have nolther the tlniB
nor tho Inclination to clolvo Into
such subjects and draw their own
At the same time, Mr. Atkinson Is
a dycd-ln-the-vvool Kreo Trader mil
tho arguments he, hns set forth In
support of his theories have hereto
fore been extremely amusing. V
there has been no occasion for tariff
discussions for many jears, Mr. At
klnson has not recently had an 'op
portunity to let himself looso In this
respect, and ho must have been
awaiting tho promised revision of tho
tariff with tho utmost zest.
Mr. Atkinson is known ns one of
the cheap-coat tariff brigade and cau
never bo brought to answer mi argu
ment on the assertion that "a cheap
coat makes n cheap man." His idea
Is that thcro should be no tariff on
clothing, that it should all be admit
ted free or duty from Lngland, Ger
many, and other countries whero
wages are lower nnd It can bo pro
duced more chenply than In the Uni
ted States. If this were (lone, of
course all tho clothing factories In
the United States would havo to bo
rinsed, tho vvoikcrs in them would
bo idle, earning no wages and un
able oven to buy tho cheap clothes
mndo nbroad. It was In President
Cleveland's time, under tho Wilson
bill, that we haisomo little experi
ence of this kind, nnd then depots
were established In all tho Inrgo East
ern cities whero clothing had to bo
given nwny frco to men, women, nnd
children In order to save them from
shivering to death.
Hut now Brother Atkinson Is de
moting his nttention to n warmer
cllnte, that of Cuba. Ho asks for a.
eduction In tho tariff on sugar pro-,
duced In the Island Republic, n dif
ferential rate that will favor tliu for
eign Island's canc-ginwcrs and sugar
Ordinarily It would bu supposed
that Mr. Atkinson were making tills
appeal op hehalf of his great and
good friends, tho Ameilcnn people, a
sort of freo-hreakfast-tublo try, Just
as ho clamored for the cheap coat for
the man who was out of work and
had no money with which to buy tho
co:)t. Tho thousands of men who
work.in tho beet Ileitis ami factories
of tho mainland' cut no Ice with Mr.
Atklnsoij, It Is something special that
ho wants for fhe labor of Culm' and,
Incidentally, for tho capital Invested
there, a part of which belongs to Mr.
Edward Atkinton himself, who owns
a sugar plantation In Cubn. It Is not
any frco breakfast tulilo that ho
wonts, for tho American pcoplo, hut
his clamor Is for n tariff crumb for
Edwnrd Atkinson. '
TO WAR ON POLYGAMY.
Tho opposition to polygamy In Uio
United States will not down. Wlillo
tho attempt to oust Heed Smoot from
the United States Scnnto becnuso ot
his connection with tho Mormon
church met failure, tho women of
tho United States are determined to
vvugc nn unceasing war'on polygamy.
During the ieccjit( convention of
The December Number
is the best ever issued.
It is now here-; also the DECEM
BER SHEETS and PATTERNS.
Price of Magazine, 5c. each.
Price of PATTERNS, 10c. each.
the Women's Homo Missionary Soclu-
ty of the Methodist Uplscopnl Church
In Philadelphia, Mrs. S. II. Potter of
Evanston, 111., secretary of tho mis
slon work In Utah, offered a resolu
tion thnt Congress pass) an nntl-po-Ijgnmous
amendment to tho consti
tution. Tho resolution was adopted
unanimously by tho convention. In
( ailing attention to the liuportnnco
of action as manifested In tho reso
lution, Mrs. Pottor declared thnt she
had found Utah tho most dlfllcult
Meld ever entered liv thn ltmtin Mis
sionary Society. Sho requested that
the delegates, after adjournment,
charge themselves with tho task of
rigltatlng the portions of the coun
try Into which they wcro going to a
revolt against 'polignmy.
Men nro prono to wink nt evils'
which, If tolerated for any, length ,of
llpie, may icqulro heroic efforts to
extirpate them. While tho Mormons
now dPCjIoro that they do not prac
tice poljgamy, there Is enough cvl
denco to show that the church In
Salt Lnko City Is prompting mar
riages which nro contrary to law.
Tho lack of morality In the tenets
of the cult established by Joseph
Smith ennnot be questioned. A cen
tury hence our posterity will wonder
thnt such an anomalous condition as
that presented by tho Mormon church
in Utah could exist In this country.
Iletwcen pobgniny nnd the dlvorco
courts, tho stability of tho American
home has been seriously threatened
for noma yenrs past. It Is to be hoped
that tho movement recently inaugur
ated by tho women who attended tho
Convention In Philadelphia vlllvbear
ino iruu which win no rcprescntcil
In nn anti-polygamous amendment to
the Constitution of tho United States.
DIVORCE, A NATIONAL CURSE
(By CARDINAL GIBBONS)
"Divorce is one of tho crying evils
of the day, In which tho Church is
vitally interested. Our stand is un
assailable. There should bo no di
vorce nt all; It pleases me Immensely
to hca,r that lllshop Greer (successor
to tho Into lllshop Potter) and otbar
piomlncnt members of other churches
feel us wo do In tho Catholic Church.
"Dlvorco today, and I say It with
out reserve. Is th,e ono great black
spot upon American civilization. It
Is terrible, unspeakable, outingeous.
Tho number of divorces In tho United
States In prnpuitlon to tire popula
tion is tho greatest In the world.
Think of thnt stain on our escutch
eon! "Tho salvation of society depends
upon the family. The salvation (it
the family de-Vends upon tho pretcr
vntlnn of thc'mnrrlngc bond for all
time. Dissolve tho mnrilago bond
and you virtually dlssolvo socletr.
Only when the sanctity of tho mar
riage tlo nnd tho obligations of tho
family relation nro more fully real
ized, nnd religious training in tho
family becomes moro general, may
wo look for better conditions in to
clety at large, nnd not until then.
"Tho great ci lines nnd hcnudals
whlc)i mo exciting so much comment
nowadajs ca'i lio traced diiectly to a
lack of sanctity li( thn fnmlly rolu
tlnns. It Is lint hi much mnrrlagc,
but the sacredncss or uuirrlago.
which must ITnfrccngnlzcd. Until then
society can hardly hope to Improve.
"The Church takes an unalterable
position with legnrd to dlvorco
thcro ran bo none tor nn causa
whatsoever. If people contemplating
matrimony realised this and found
out beforehand whether they wero
sullcd to ono another, tlieio wouldn't
ho so much work for tho dlvorco
courts to do.
"Marriage Is u woman's destiny.
It Is tho ulm of her life. Her work
should bo for her husband nnd her
children nnd her home. Anything
that interferes with her In this, her
truo sphere, is wrong, and dlvorco
does that, rurally purity Is the ono
and great euro for soclul Ills."
KUNZITES, ETC., ETC
Set in Gold and Platinum.
They Are Very Stylish.
It F. Wichman & Co.
n )r 1 X 3 Vf )05 X H X 3? K C,'UC
M ' '
)7 K X x ), K ;t if " ". H - t it rt
S. Goodhue. Ml)., llolualoa1,
However, true "Indeed" thn "friend
In need" may bo, I do not think Hint
this nphorlstle conception of his ro
tation to us Is qulto worthy of tho
real nmco of a tiua friend.
11 lu llio friend V.'O (1(1 111)1 llCOil
financially but morally and boclaly,
cnr lu nnd year mil, who given ns
n sense of sum foundation and makes
llfo not only enjoyable hat potential.
Kow of us over liavu occasion' to
call cm a friend for material aid, in',
nt least, wc all of us try hard so In
nrrnncn our liiifllncris affairs that our
own reserves may bo nvallablo for
accidents and contingencies.-
I am afraid that even our truo
friends would regard us .ask
nnco It wo consldoied them valuable
assets to oar peisonnl llnnnces. Har
old Sklmpole friends may bo enler.
talnlng and lov cable, but for n man
who earns his bread by the sweat of
his brow, thoy may provo uncomfort-
Tho man of good business seiiso is
suspicious of such characters, nnd his
grounds nro probably reasonable.
Of course, thcro nro cases wlicro
financial support or direct assistance
of n friend Is timely and legltlnnto,
nnd qulto In tho lino of disinterested
friendship, but men who need this
port of aid oven In t.iclr sorest straits,
nro very slow to accept any proffer
pntll they have tried every other nvall
ablo source which may bo secured
on strictly business Hues.
Sad oxperlenco has shown that
thoso who 'nro in tho habit of apply
ing readily .to their Mends for loans
or note-endorscnients. nro also In tha
hiiblt of repudiating their obligations,
nnd breaking up their" friendships nnd
often their friends In the bargain. Tho
exporlenco so well j-endered by tho
poet Is nu old ono;
"At length" with money cuno my
f i lend; which pleased mo wondrous
well, I got my money but my friend,
nwny qulto from ino fell. Now. had
I money nnd my frlpnd, ns I hnvo
had before, I'd keep my money and
my friend, nnd play the fool no more."
A sadder oxperlenco nnd perhaps n
less common one, Is whero both mini
cy nnd friend como up missing.
However, this only shows that tho
borrower was never n icnl frlcndi Ho
would havo pajed hack. If not In
money. In tho moro vnhnblo gratb
tudo ot u sincerely honest heart.
I "know n man whoso, friend lost
him SI." Ofl, nnd yet liu remains, loyal
to this friend, and would icscnt tho
least suggestion (if blnmo against him.
liu is a late phllos.iplicr, let us con
less. 1 tut he Is nlsu u truo friend.
t do not bellovo that wo over "lose"
n friend; onco a friend ulvvnjs u
Ilut wo nro often deceived by lu
blu'cerlly, dishonesty nnd disloyalty
plnjlng the rolo of disinterested
Or the well'iuoniilng havo failed lo
stand (ho test which comes to nil
sooner or later; .tho test of real of
fcctlon nnd regard.
"Kt tu, Unite." Is n painful but
sometimes necessary exclamation ris
ing out of tho depths of experience.
Tho ono wo hnvo depended upon
goes over lo Iho enemy. Io has his
rvpimnH nn ilonlil. hut his Mali touch
eh tho quick, nothing can quite undo
Ono of tho keenest thrusts I ever
siifteied enmo from u frlcnl whoso
coinpaushlp I still leincmbcr with a
lie whs In great financial distress;
pcedy to tho point of wanting money
tn get nwny fioni tho beeno of his dis
IIo came In mo with tears In his
e.vos, and with Iciiih lu my heart I
said. "Take Ibis." handing him all tho
nvallablo cash I had.
"I want no note: pay tho amount
bark when 5011 mo able.
Ho took the money, ono, bundled
dollars, went nwny and i-nloicil now
work In 11 place,
'"llo was successful lu his new ven
ture, wroto mo of comforts that ho
was nolo to get his family,, hut not 11
word about tho money I had let him
After n few years I myself needed
money veiy badly, so I wioto tu my
fllcnd nsklng him r lie could bparn
tho Sluit; usktng him lu 11 wuy which
put mo In thu place of n hnnowcr.
Ills reply cniue, vigorous, liart-.li.
Ho needed tho money, too. I had
told him that he could pay It back
when ho was read)' Well, I could
wait or go to 11 -tor It.
That was all.
I always feci thu sting of this In
gratitude I folded tho letter up, and after n
few dayB, I uddrcssed It to my friend
ruldlng n note, Btntlim that I was sure
ho would want Iho letter back In lilt
own, possession nnd not mlno; that lu
nny case It must not bo vvhciu It
could icjnlml mo of lilm,j
Din 1 nirgei 111111 ns no used to nu7
Not nt nil. I havo bIiico defended his
namo and chiirr-etcr fioni attacks.
And I recognize that his faults are
thoso of icnipiirumqiit, nud that ho
may In lliuo suppress them sulllclent
ly to make him n safe nnd loyal filoiid.
Tho worth of n fllcnd, too, Is duo
In a great measure to our souse of
faith nud secuilty in his friendship;
that no mutter what happens ho will
bo n friend If wo tiuly lemnln his.
It Is something llko thu confidence
of business men In thu llnunclnl stabi
lity to thq country.
In that confidence almost nny gioat
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS 1
Thos; G. Thrum.
1003 PORT ST,
business enterprise! may. bo can led
Ho If jour friend does not get n
letter from vou for mnnthi and
months, ho says, lo himself, Letters
go nsliny, mlno may not havo reached iionaire.
Mm. ho may lu sick. Ihoro Is some Perhaps the rich liavo moro sveo
good rcneon why ho has not answered phanls to avoid lluifi liny other class.
lnv frpminnr meSKnireM. Iln million 1 heso , vvorsliln nnd serve, lint fall
reasonable oxciiso for ou, nnd writes
10 on again,
Hiipiidsu ho hears on rather good
uulhorlly, as authorities of the sort
rd liow-n days, that Ills fllcnd lias
said Bomcthliiir to (iln illhdedll or
spoken slightingly of him.
Suppose he Is told 'Hint his fileild
Is unworthy of icsp'cct. Hint ho has
(lnno thus nnd so,---wlll the recipient
of such news glvo up his friend'?
Nover, If ho bo In nny wise .1 friend.
Ho will Ei'tiil 11 still more nlTirtloii
nto message, nnd If thu matter bo
worth it. lie will (ell his filend nil Im
has heard, how and fioni whom ho
And hu will 'believe his filend's ex
planation; nil, that Is tho precious
part of It, ho will believe his friend
cgalnst the world.
What Is life worth, what Is a friend
wrfrth, what uru faith and Oust nud
God for. If wo do nut first of all trust
nnd remain loynl to thoso who have
been loynl to us?
Moreover what nro wo that wo
should drop n friend because he Is
not angelic; bectuso ho shows some
of tho human weaknesses wo nio r.o
ready to excuse In our uwnsclves?
Has our llfo been lmmaculato7
Havo wo nlwnjs been wise enninh to
commit, our follies SUII ItOSA?
If wo think so for a moment, let us
consult our reminiscent Itecords,
Ono thing Is sure, It Is well to bo n
truo friend to him who Is n truo
friend of ours.
Ho will make mistakes, ho may
slioi- temperamental deficiencies as
he grows older and more llko his an
cestors, he may Irritate us by plain
speaking, his jKilltlcs may hu bad and
his religion worse, ho may piovo
weak when ho should havo been
strong, yet may ho bo 11 trpu filend.
Head the records of friends and sec
how few of them have lasted through
Sonic little difference, nnd nwny
It was IlVrnn (himself tninti,-i-:i.
mentally untitled for frlendchlp) who
wroto thin epltnph for his dog:
"in ninrK 11 rrlcmrs remains theco
I never know but ONU, nud hcio he
Surely u man who could claim 110
rrlends in Ihls world or blessed, hu
man friendship.!, must himself lack
some essential bond of sjmpatliy.
In llyron's case he did havo friends
like Hobhouso whom ho hud forgotten
when hu mourned his dogi
What an liuUnuco wo havo of tho
peimanencr- o, 'jiinsniul iclallons lu
tho rilendshtp of Hogg Tor Shellu),
wlio differed on ulniost every single
Hut as wo grow oldor and each of
us begins to "Dip his nose in thu
Gascon wlnu" n process of "natural
selection" goes mi. and with friends
as with other things. Ihero n-oms to
bo n survival of the fittest.
Trivial olreiiuift'inees servo to bust-
en the sifting process.
The M-lionl boy luin ins menus
whom Tlmo wtests from him; other
Interests predominate and Ihu eaily
affection Is' forgotten.
At rwtllofT.i iit.-ilii tiiiw r-!f!iil!4 nrn
made, ninny of thorn truo and pnrnia
nent. but somo of ihem to dido Into
can enlarge their
field of trade by
The WEEKLY BULLETIN
has a Circulation of IIOOO
copies,, of which 1300 co to
Hawaii, 600 to Maui, 400 to
' OT" The WEEKLY BUL
LETIN is the ONLY newspa
per in Hundreds of Island
Advertising rate, ;
' per month
forRolfuhiCHS ns the stonier diillca of
llffi nmiti cm.
Then lhe hosts of ''friends" who
gather itbout tho successful mini, bu
ho rcholar, author. Kliitcsmau or mil
nwny hcn success Is no loager an
Hut Tlmon of Athens finds (hat nf"
ICr wealth Is gone, his frlcndi go lotr-
Ojin by ono Ihey drop off like glutted
The true filend looms up lu rill Ida
"" v .. . ....' ,...1.... ...
fiieatnostf wncii. 11 is ins missiv-- "
hlntlil up tor ino cuaincii-r 01 ivihihi
tloh or another; when ho does It with
out fe.u- or fuvor, or tho suspicion
thnt his own Interests nny raurer 011
account nf Ids udheieiico.
All, tho iiinn who believes In you,
who defends yon. who uttnldu by you
rgnhlsl odds, n'alntt enemies) mid
weak friends ns well; who wll nol.
plvo up his respect nnd iqgaid f"'
ou oven nt the imliit of tho bnvimct,
-HE Is win th moro than words can
U't nothing ever turn you against
him: NOTHING, KOTIIINil, NO.
After middle lira It Is hard to form
The old links ,nro muipplntf asun
der; new ones' cannot be 'forged, and
HJiakcspcaro's advice to "grapplo with
hooks of ttccl" can hardly be applied
as In the days when
"l.lfu vvas ouug
And love will free."
hi tin,- uneventful Hvct of many
ft us, how evident Is thn ihallo.vlics
of many professed friendships.
How do they mike tUu lump clear
and beautiful thy attachment of thoso
who know us well and love us betlerr
In lour llfo ns 11 clllreu nud neigh
bor what varied, relationships shadow
Hero Is your enemy In nil his heroin
nrmur; t-pears unci nvvoriis 1 -
mots confront Jim: in Iho end, 11 m
conquer or die.
Hero glides the man with smiles nml
When jour cnMto Is htiirmed lie will
slip up nnd deposit a poisoned nriiivv
In tho encms's quiver.
Not far away stands your 'filend,
icndy to light ror you; reads lo lcseiit
any asperBlon on your character how
ever (dlRht;-n-ily to nay to Ihn makir
of u nnllcloiia-liTslnuatlon Hi: IS MY
God bless him. nnd may his trlbo In
creaso In Hawaii.
The other il.i 1 eanio nlcross some
thing In print, which I had penned us
u boy in a elassmutes album. It nmo
before my c-jc by chance as 11 waif,
i.uil I gjvo It out ""',l1- because. It Is
ns much 111 ovvn.'iiyw ns It was twen
ty years ago;
"I 1 lends lu what way. 1 wonder?
Must their values He lildilui
t.lko coins lu wee toy b.mkii
All Hceiet till bi&kcii?
Or shall somu token
Now 11K we go, bj' glvqii or spoken?
It rrlends. let us bo fi lends,;
ir naar, frlcmlatflfrf.ir. friends
Alvyajs in friendliness."
1 aw 1 ...
"Hoot, mon!" exclaimed tho
Scotchman when the golfer innilo 11
bud play. "That's thu third tlmci u
hnvo told mo to hootl" exclaimed tho
other, angrily. "Do you t.tko 1110 for
nn auto?' - Houston Post.
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