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E1EN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. 6ATUIIDAV, JAN. !9. 1910.
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Not hart work, for the poor workliertier than the rich. Not birth, because
manrof our successd. I men are of lowly parentage Not luck, (or many lucky
iiiauuiniiirnmrniinqimT. Me . HI ICI I TOU WIIT. inHHCril OI
ncnuu in is personal Influence the ability to mnlee others think 1
ai you do) to vrln their confidence ail friendship and (ret them to f
help you. There Is a secret power by which you csn wield an I
Irresistible pertonM Inftur-neet by which you my ocrcome all f
obstacles, charm and fiuclirte whonyou Willi by which ou mv 1
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medicines or the surireon'a knife. It It cnll-d perjonil Jlasnctlsm or Hypnotism.
It lathe basis of success In evrybulnes and. ciUllnr
It Is a Ood.clrenporerthtitla the herltacootth poor as well as the rich. Tt
Is truly the wonder science nf t'.oj(f. Consider wlmt u means to be able to con
fine a man that yotir Roods are the best on the market, thAt j our services are In
Agfa vet .able to hfm,that you nro ot.'erlnir to hi n a (rood Investment.
that he needs whrt you hive to scll,thot yotiroplnlon leeorrecr.
IVf M '"' "' "hoiitd act upon ) our aJ li-e, tnd n thouund other things of
J"''' this kind. Consider what an altnntsi-e such a powerwoujd sir
WFH rou. Ifyou wlshtoeectireai:odraylnirposltion,ohtslnanlncressa
V In salary, or add to your present intone In any way, a knowledge
f hypnotism will prove Inviluable. In hundreds of Inttanceslt has been the turn.
Inf point. In the llvfsotp-ori.e who were ready toglre up In despair for whom
the future seemed to hsv a no hope.
We here ust Issued th mostremsrkibls boottnf the century, which eiplalns
alt about hjrpnotlanvpereonal magnetism, irtagnetlaheallne;, etc., In lanauare so
plain that a child can understand It. The book was , rltten by Dr. X. Lallolte Be re.
A.M., Ph 1), Lb D, the most eminent and renowned hypnotist of
,,- noderntlmes. It tells of new secret Instnntnneout methods which
IEAHN enable any Intelligent person to lenrn this mysterious science at
AT lintlC home In a few date and use the power on his friends and associates
ell nuiflE entirely without their knowledr". We absolutely guarantee sue
flff eessor forfeit tlOuOOO Ingold. Many persona are now making from
,'"" $11,00000 to S3 noooo per year from whaf they learned from this rt-
.. tnarkabla work, while some have grown Immensely wealthy.
Dr. Sags, the author of this rare book, his determined that alt the people shall
w have the mysterious secrets which hare been so Jealously guarded lor ages.
He has deist rained that Ilia poor ahall have an equal c'isnee with the rich.
ft I00K He has sold the copyright of his hook with tho under-
OF RARE standing that Ten Thousand Copies shall bo distributed
SECRETS to the public free of charge j and this agreement Is now being
IVEN complied with. Any one can get a copy absolutely free,
AWAY postage prepaid, simply by addressing the
NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE.
DEPARTMENT ZM T, ROCHESTER, N. Y., U. S. A.
" TUt mil tw werf Mere lm gtld II tiu I -I 'trf,l ,rH tmj tli'llimf
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$4, $4.50, $6
All the Latest
Shapes and Styles
Mis A. V, Iliwos In ihnrgrt of tho
ladles' tnnini t n lint Is ananslng
for Hie hill t be v?lvm the sillors of
the fleet' nest" flatunhj nlrfht, Is meet
ing with liuuli nifOirnK'.-mcnt, Tlio
horlely women of llim'ilulu aro taking
o great Intel Rt In Ihu nffalr ns Blinwn
by the inrtlal list of pstronessis se
cured by Mrs. Hnwes toda). The J
ladles who have bo fir signified their
willingness to act us ilutronesses aro;
Mcsdaraes Walter Knar, Corwln Rees
rmiiiiPl niinnliig fleo. Dtvies, I. Ten-
HP) pek. Mini mlh. Arthur Wllilnr
gam SYJIUcr. Archie Voung, Gcoj
THE SCIENCE OF SUCCESS
""""Reader, haro you ever stopped to consider
why some persons nro so successful why every
thine ttaoy touch seem, to turn to gold why they
acquire vealth, po-ttlon, power and influence
without nny secmlncly nret effort on their part?
Such persons surround themselves with friends.
ro honored rud, respected in their communities;
are sought after in society, and gain prominence
ever considered the- things. Do jou know why?
ft'ovoy, von Hamm, Frincls Siyaniy,
Cilwaiil Tenney, Iiralnurd 8mlth
miph Forster, A. Q. Hawes, B. V. qil
llngham, Robert Athorton, Frederick j
Klamp, Fred Waldron. E. phoathsni
Alexander' Young, W. peering and
Miss Nnuiito Winston,
The la)lng of the clfy off Into "Mo
squito dlstilcts," n prepirntion Jii
making war against tho toiments, toolf
up considerable of President MotU
Smith's time )osterilay. Thoso en
gaged in thu picrent fight state that
there Ik going In bo no morn foolish
nrwi iiboiil II, 'lho inosiiutin hnR got
to go nnd that's nil there Is about it.
"THE LAND OF
A new western book u'llch tins ro-
ccntly been Issued and Ic well twirtti
rradliiff nn,l nwnlnir 1 "Tho I nti.l ir
reading and owning n i no i.a(i t.
Piirnln Klinitons.' bv Mali Medcliaiu
Strobrldmi of Los Angolcs, a tlevcr
llllll IIIIVI Vnilllft "Wlllllll mi'rv u
bool: bindery, known ns lho Artll ilsla
(sngo briiKh) Hinder), Is tmo ( tho
spots visited by moit Southern Call -
In this Utile olunio Mrs. Strob-ldgo
has compiled tonic of her best Ctllfor-
nln. ana Notniln bkcicdcs, ana tno
charm of her dlclton and tho beauty
of the nord pictures sho presents
makes ono eager to read more. Tho
book Is dedicated "To jou who wore
born In the West who llvo In the
West who loo tho West," but while
It appeals (."qnclully to thoso who call
tne west nonic, it is vaiuaDio as n
series of true mid t) plcal I pictures
of life In lho west-not tho life of tho
cities anil "itwii matlo towns.' but tho
in- ..i uiu ! mm : a ami inu
plxlns where men touch hands with
Nature and bold he tit to heart com-
munlon. Thi-ui Is n icstfillncss and
nenco in the llltlo Kkelches whlph
-, , ' ,., . " " : :
rnakos one feel ilio l uro of tho hills
hjiu me tnn ii nil- irun. nun inooo wno sleeping on tlio grounil with her head
havo read llicm hnu been charmed In tho saddle and pushing on again
with the Biitlmi s ptmer to present Into now. and undiscovered country. In
thorn In surh nltrHcth" form. t(,e mornlnc
Tho writer horrelf In her brief fore- Mrg s'brldgo, now resides In a
ord. ghes ono a good Idea of tho'charmng.'b owed bungalow among
T, iTrT ?l V"l""H ,lm. lh0 -WW-wwi of Urn famous ArrojS
-In various plnees: In many moods 8eco (dtr river) In tho artists' colony
and In dlffwcnt mediums, aro Uio of Ix Angeles, whero sho writes and
.!n.r!!in" ?,rhtT". T.deWchJlh" l0;chc" book ,,lnrtlnK- nn malntolns
painter brings back to hH studio after what she calls "A Uttlo Corner of
his working tacilloii Is. over. Mcre'l.ocal ArL" whlrh Inolndn. ti, ....
suggestions and niiirh outlines ore Li viork will. , r I t
the,-tho first impressions of what bo SK tfA?X wTaSa''. Z
saw; what he felt: shit ho lived for. Ists. and thousands of tourists from
Not for the galleries did ho make them, all over tho world visit her milnno
nor for the critics nor for tho earc- bindery every jcar.
On Saturdii) lust Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred
Burh celebrated thilr wedding annl
vefsar) by Inviting over forty of their
friends to spend the evening with them
and piny bildgc. The houtio was a
mass of roses and presentol n beauti
ful setting for the card pirty.
Mrs. Oeorgc Smith of beattlo gavo
a very Interesting talk on tho suf
frage quentli.li Friday afternoon at
Mrs. Fred Bush's home on Kowalo
street. Quite a number of women at
tended this Intcrortlng lecture, which
was much enjoyed.
Mrs. Lewis Turner of Pahoa. Ha-
wall. Is tho guest of her. sister, Mrs.
Krdman Baldwin. Mr. Turner, who Is
manager of ono of tho large rubber
plantations on Hawaii, accompanied
his wife to Honolulu ' to attend tho
Planters' Association meeting, hut ro
turned to Hawaii on Friday.
Mi? Jumes Page will leave on the
Mongolia, en route to Cuba whero
he has accepted a resionslhle posi
tion. Mr. Pago as well as being u
fine business man, Is well liked, so
cially, and will be missed b) it hot,t
or friends In Honolulu.
MUs Kclloy of Noifolk, Va., nnd a
sister In law of I.leut.-Commander
Sargent of the Navy, arrived, with her
sister, Mrs, Sargent on lho Chlyo
Maru mil j domiciled at the Moana
Mrs. Fred Baiter of Seattle. Wash
Ington, Is a tecriit arrival In Hono
lulu. At piescnt she Is at Halelwa,
nnd is enJo)lug the beaut) of that
ieiort, but cxpo.tu to return Bliort
Mlss Maigutet Castle, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Castlu, returned
last week from the Coast. Miss Nora
Still gcon has been vleltlim her for tho
last fow days.
Paynnster llornlierger of tho Nav1)
and his wife, have reserved apartments
at lho Alexander Voung Hotel, and will
be Bottled In their now quarters b)
A nuiiiliLj of )iiiiii people uio slop
ing at Il'tiflw i and enJo)lng the ten
nis goir and bulling A moonlight
ilanco will bo glvo-i at ihe pretty Uttlo
country Imrloiiy this evening.
Mrs. Osrtcnlicig will 3vo a bridge
luncheon m her chinning home at
WaUkl, Thursday n honor of her
nleoo, Mlss Coffee, who Is spending
tho winter months with, hoi,
Mr. and Mrs. Someis, are Seattle
visitors. At present stopping nt Ha
lelwa, but Intend to spend a goodlj
poitlon of Jfelr time In Honolulu.
M(. Foster, wife of Mii)'ir Foster
entertained Inrormall) nt b-lij-. v9i.jdonts and marked hy great udvnnces
nesdsy, nt her home at Scofld-I Rir- the perferMon of the corps of
i. Oilman wns a departing
. ... -. .. ,..-w ,, nv.i,Mlft
passenger on the llllnnlaii, Iinnirv
. .... . .
twenty-nrtli, ror an Indellnlte visit In ma) b. his piefercntp ern tiflor a
"olon. ielet.i, thue giving wa to his as-
wit biles In the Setvlre ami securing,
Major Unit, II, S, A , will be mm fur hlimelf Ihe well-eanied poiiMireii
of the dinner hoils for nmt vveek.'nf prlvato life, I
less. Hut tho portfolio Is opened to
thlso who will umlrrslaud: thoBO.who
ln " Incomplfto sketch, the half,
flnKhed BtU(lyl,ce lho Truth
e .u- i.... ..i, ...
such, so, loo, am put before you thoso
PIUUIUB Ui Vlll IV t'nblUIB IHilll ML e,UIII'
en nunllght and purple shadows."
I The book Is bound at tho author'
own artistic bindery and. but one
I thousand autographed copies were
'printed. As Easter gifts thoy would
bo especially approprlnto nnd may b'o
obtained by writing to lho ntithor, Mrs,
Idah Heacbam gtrowbrlttgo 231 East
Avenue Port) -ono, 1-on Angeles.
Mrs, Btrobrlilgo's other books, "In
Miners' Mlrsgp ljind." nnd 'Tho
Loom.of the Desert," Ind n wldo salo
and tho former Is now out of print,
though a fun Loplcs still remain of tho
laiinr. Thi wriinr mil. uini,,u,,i,nr
into her ork and whether It Is of tho
Krcnl Rray ,C,crti or ,)f ,no Brcrn vnI.
icys br of purple hill tops sho takes us
sno makes tlitm seem ery real and
very near. 8ho herself hns had many
wondorful experiences and In tho days
when sho lived on lho Nevada dcserl
m...i -i... ...... ...... ..
wvMMiij riiu luvaivu uht liny nunvn
herself, riding her horso till nightfall.
4 t 4
his guests will number about a doz-
Mrs. Sftolicor Blckerton will receive
on the first and third Tucsdnjs nl
2003 Kalla avenue. Walklkl.
V MrP'aMl Mrs Jarvls of Oakland.
Cal are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Alfred Mrfgoon. ' ,
' i ' 'h
Additional Social on pp. 10 and 11.
ARMY AND NAVY
As oh tudlvallon of how tho of
ficers of the United Btatcs Navy fool
In regard lo the many rumors thnt
are floating about this part of tho
world In legnrd to a possible war
botwcou'lho United Stales and Ja
pan, a wager wus made In tho Army
and Navy Club says the Manila Bul
letin between an army nnd nnvnl of
ficer, of $2,000 that there would be
hostilities between the two coun
tries within less than one year. The
naval officer, who wagered that, war
would bo on within, less than 12
months, also offered to bet that the
eight big cruisers which are sche
duled to leave here this morning
would not return to San Francisco
by February 15, tho date originally
set by the Navy Department for Its
roturn, and when ho made the offer
he significantly stated that It would
not be Ihe Munlla carnival that
would prevent the return of the
The officer who covered lho naval
officer's wager was a well known
captain In tho army. He Is In a
position to know where of he speaks.
and he stated plainly that whllo ho
bolleved that he could safely bet
I2.OQ0 or any other amount against
the navy man's offer, he still be
lieved that there would be serious
trouble between the United States
and Japan within less than a year,
but he did not bellevo that actual
hostilities would take pluce for at
least eighteen months.
One of the principal topics of con
versation on board tho big cruisers
In the iiosslbliUy of having a chance
to Ore the big guns In real warfare.
The bet made )esterday Is only an
indication of tho feeling In regard
to tho matter.
No Intimation has jot been given
as to the netlnn to 1m tnken In re
gard lo the redetul! of Surgeon Oen
wnieh he Is the head. Surgeon Oen-
ctnl Hlxe. has befnr0 hln. t!.n ,,i,nr. '
'unity when he so deslras lo retire
-.s...,rf ..Mv.ee iiu ri iinis-n III I CI lid
after thirty eirs' service, wills u
P. M. Illxey At this lime t wllr, comes In lho form of bricks monh- T" ""8 day ' l quite a eoni. ?owmr "?,H tha, "'V.'"0 7"1" w,,l,on
i not unll.iely hat the Presl- from Chna , f0 ,, ninn sight lo see Uhiitla wpnien In '' can, enquire fronf his piovlo.m cm-
w It reappoint the present Sur- ninko . ,ctoc(o fXlHai port . tho lrfH of narJ-"'"K K r " th - 8' ,S' - ,h" - "
General, which would bo an nt ,i, ...ii. . .....' ...'.". one w th lhnli. r,.,.. .....'.. L. Co or lho uunlncor of t ho Maun.
merited bv lomr and dlstln. 1 7 "'' " ' ' ' B,lr "'" wnicn It ,h, ,,,. '"'.,""- ""mured uy K), .. rtnrnr. .. .
, :.'. ".,." . .-. " siruiiiiHi. I no liquor Is I ion mured ' """ sRUstlnz ooklne V...," .-..'.. .7. ... ."
eoiviun uuuor inirw i-rei- .
Strange Custbms Of
! . 1,3 I!'
Having spent the pas' fourteen
5 ears ln India, living In come of Ihc
wildest parts a'ong lho lllinnlnjaii
frontier on tho borders of Slkhlm,
Nepal, and llhut.in I will endeavor
to set before reticle rs of the tlullotin
n brief sketch of tho people of llhu
tan. Introducing some of their po-
The Ilhullas, or Inhabltans of Bhu-
Inn, an Independent kingdom situated
betwen 26 nnn.l 28 decrees N. lat .
nnd 98 nnd 93 degrees E. long, are
for the most part nn Alplno race
They have tho truo Kalniuk features,
and arc Indescribably dirt) both In
(hell hnblts and their perrons, ono
sect In particular, tho Dharmlas. bard
ly over changing their clothing
which resembles that of the Tartars
from ono v cur's end to another.
Neither do they Inko tho trouhlo to ,nkcn from hookB hlch nro kcIlt ln
wash their faces, let alono their hands; I th monasteries, Pra)cr wheels nro
and It Is a qnllo common occurrcnco mucn ln ovldonco, and aro driven by
to sec these neonlc. either before or'c'lhcr wind, water or hand power.
after n meal, wiping out their prim- Snla" onc" frequently seen In tho
itlve platters with tho sleeves or tall nand', of devotees nnd very Ingenious
of their voluminous coats. llul machines thoy aro, too. Thcso
, . , ,, ,. ,. , consist of n brass or ropporCyllnder,
Bhutan exhibits a magnificent n-,nt ,. , . , ''., '"""'
, . , , , ' through tho center of which passes
?.?"'.?. I".!.;". S1""'I. nplndle amnnd vvh.ch aro colled
Tho rainfall In man, tortlons of ,1,1a
Alpine region Is excessive, and forms
tho watershed for several rivers which
l,avo Ihclr source there, nnd which.
after meandering through narrow can.
. .. . a. !.. i 1 la .
Hroliinaputra, Tnsta eft- eomo Irlb-
nine rt tlinaj. txlaAvn
U1oW ... ,,ivr.i ll. tin.
Bhutan Is beunde.1 on Ihe north by SZVr.''.., nZ, . '. monastery, and by tb liberal uso
Thibet- on the cast bv n strlo of "'snlfJInB Buddha. This mantra must or holy water with which he Bprlnkles
country Inhabited bv .,.;, wild trite. .b0 nTinrin0,. '" 7'!" ,h ?""" "'" Ca'm '8 nt ,Mt r
as the Mlrls, M'shmls Akhas rind XHn' , ,i B , ,ll.J3 Blred
Abort: on the south h, the province 1"" " ? ,ho concllon of " Valuable Tlmb.r.
of Assam nnd the rtlatrlct of Jalpal- 2u. pentcl very rcver-, Tills danco acts In a twofold nnn-
gurl, which for several voir was my , ' ",0 roT01""0"8 aro made ns ner; first. It Is an object lesson to
htadqr'ers ami on 'the we. Z Z T ' i,"?,""' 'T" "" ,,0,n,lnB "Ht ' """" hW
Slkhlm. another Independent State. . 'Z cl , SI , T" "'"i f." h"e,C"8 " '8 f"f ,hm lo m,0",nko
The Bhutlas ror tho most part aro I 1B? m' ",r ' 8"y 8,"r't-, t0 ovcrcomc ho ',cn,oni' ho """V "l-
Indiistrlous. pnisiilug an agrlcultur-1 . Dlc"",n,f' 1 1'"" them except through the In-
al llfo. Tho hllls.i however aro so addition lo tho pra)er wheels, the terventlon of tho faunas; and, sec-
rugged and sleep thnt It Is 'quite n ,'anms use ovcrnl ojhor ritualistic In- ondly, as a moans of extorting money
tllmcult matter ttTtlnd level tracts of 8tn,mcn,,, nmeng hcm tho IXIIbu from the people wllh which to ro
land sufllclentl) largo to put under J""1 P?rC' Tne rormcr ,s a "n"11 ,,cnli,h tllc,r coltorB'
cultivation and produco crops on n br""8 ''ol1 l'ro"",ely ornamented with ' Tho forests arc heavily timbered
large scale; and oven If this were 8ym,,ol8 of Buddhism, and Is used, wllh many -iBCful and magnificent
rosslblo, lho people are so terribly
opprcisnl and poor that they woul
not bo allowed to reap the full bcn
fits of their Inbor.
i miiiiiKo iin-ir ncins in sieps
or terraces Ingeniously rut out of the
M,.,, ,.f iku kin. i.. .u u
irev arrange their fields In steps
'Umber or substantial stnno walls A
Irude. though perfectly efficient met'h-
Jod If Irrigation has been adopted, tho
water being carried to their villages
nnd fields bv means of open drains
Sn nnnrennJ r ,h i ......
the in imi .! i ... t.nt- .i
...-V m Slue, iiutrjll iu lllt-'ll fill
ii.ni.- in ,M,i.iai ,.... .k .,,!
sulllco for their dally wants, us If thoy m"""l8 for tho disposal of their men- tho f"rC8t8 aro veritably alive
should put a larger tract of land un- dcal- 0ne wl"8 hat his body bo wl,h Ramo' BO hunting parlies, often
der cultivation an Increased revenue l,lacotl on tha hinBldes. whero carrion ' ""Ba"'"d and led by somo of tho
would bo exacted by tho corrupt offl. blr,,8 ana boali,a may have access to Rrrnt 'nHan lotcntnles, tako ad
clals. i'it, somewhat after tho custom of tho va-n,nB0 of the0 conditions nnd man-
Tho more Influential a man Is In ParBecs. wo ilace their dead on tow- n.KU to mako larE0 baB8- nt ,M0 Bam8
Bhutan, thismoro immpou. nnd vulgar er8 r sllcnco-' Another may dovlso lm lt,avlns l,,cnty ,or Boni ri,t,lro
ho becomes, and, being Inclined lo ,hat h'8 boJy cut- V Into small . "a " sJ"rt;
be bullies, anything which one weak-
er than themselves possesses, and ,
"uivu me uuvct, 11 at onco acmanu-
ed and even forcibly seized I
Live By Graft. I
The lower classes and hirelings are
really lio better than slaves. Their
title lo property Is not reaported, and
the) aro obliged to surrender an)-
thing that Is demanded of them.
i.,. . . .
hub accuuiiis in a large measure for
their loose methods both In business
transactions and morally
An official docs not receive a sal-
ary. but certain districts are as.lano.i
to him, and he lives by what ho can
squeeze out of tho peoplo under his
Jurisdiction. A iwrtlon of his III got.
ton gains has to bo sent to headquar-
tors; tho moro ho managis to extort
and send to his superior, tho longer
In all probability will his tmuro of
Tho Bhutlas aro a fl.no raco or pco-
plo ploslcnll), and pobscbb n Jovial.
nappy-go-iucKy dlHpOBUIon; but their
morn it him nni nt tt vn-x, kt..i. .. t
of a very hlght Bland-
. .v ..Vl w, M luw infill DlUIUl
Rid. ChaBtltVIn unknown, nnd tmlv,
l nnknnun n.j ,,!.
H . .., ,.,,u iiuij.
pin chaso her, ho forms n s)ndlcato or
combine with sonio nf hi. mio
friends, who aro ln Ihn mini.. ,,r.u.
mont, and with their Joint contrlbu-
tlons'lhe bargain Is effected. To
avoid Ittlcatlon. tho i,rn,.riv ., ..,
demise of any one of this combine
andry very prfvalont. If a man lakes '"""""' "": out sucn grave scan
a liking to a girl, hut Is not endowed .. and roPr,B wcro circulated about
wllh tho whurnwlihui win, u,i,ii..i.. tho serious flirtations which im,.,i in
is at once handed over to tho Dharma ""ur """ us'""!onnn. This had lli.j "l" eryWW ,"."' bcck.'
Uajah. effec' of making these women appear T,J"''"y Lane against whom thero Is
Thn lihniinu u, .. .,... such verltabln hacs. i,n u charge (If iisunultlrig lho pollro. do.
-...-..........., ul .iHuililluns.
churn and butler, salt an 1 mejl
am added, Ihu wholii being vlgonmsl)
chin ned. The
toiicoclion Is much
""'"", " ,nB "nuiius, and poople of
.. " Ml,n"8 ralbtr unpalat.
i . ..
, ,. ",9 wt,tern taste, Is most
Hint iLlilnir ,.. ......a .. i .. i..
," " 7.u" """'ib
"leu "i'lmen ure very partial lo
1""f-.""' r ,a"lHe bilng "chong"
""" H ,,,P"1I',1 rifl,l milm oi ileo
""'I "maiwn" a kind of beer. An
ii ii rut tt... nciLh nr ... ...I.. .... "" luiuiiiiiK inar .. nffAn...n.i
kinds of veeetahlM -... ,i,inv . op,lo lho attentions of ti, c" s aJICgfld by thh morning pair,
. . ...... ... ..u ,,.. ami iiihiiv , " -. r .". . j in,, h
"By Marshall D. Tayler.
old Chutla woman once camo to mo for
treatment for a snaka blto. 1 gavo
her a glassful of whisky before pro
cecillng to cut tho wound and apply
ligatures above It. The old lady did
not in tho least mind tho cutting, and
before going oast such loving glances
upon lho remainder of tho whisk)
that t had not tho heart to rcfuso her
n second dose.
Their houses nro substantially bulll
nhd are from one to four stories high
w'" """ "' """I well boardo
floors, and often a raised veranda
around two sides of tt.
Use Prayer Wheels.
The Buddhistic tcnchlngs nre sup
posed to bo In vogue, but tho people
really conflno their attentions to the
conciliation of demons and recita
tions from portions of sacred writings
2" "Lt "a fj. ,ncrlbc' wlth
Zlla Zt n, T ?
""". or ,hymn ,ot fmfR,8C- Th8
"' T, , T, Tn'18
t 1 J". T ? ?.n.t..t" " C 'Htlan
or "Hallelujah " It Is as
follows: "Om Miyil Padml Hum,"
which, being interpreted, means:
iij.nil i il. T , .u- .........
UUV"B -"ain pontons or tne service
to fe,nPha"l,e '" "exr approach of a
more rovcrcnl van when greater de-
voutnes. s necessary.
The Dorjo Is
a two-headed trident
, ...,,. . . :
,a """nwlils elevated by
o of tho Lamas It appears to he held
,D consl'Icrnbl awo by the congrc-
.1bU"L U ,b' ' ,hlnk' 8mbollcnl of
ee Th,underboIt- hlch Siva, that
nl ,rc," ,s oopictoti as Hold-
. ' " wnen ,n lno acl or dettro).
'B UO universe.
Method! of Burial.
The Lamas have Rnveral tiec.n.r
fraBments wjilch nrq then thrown to
blrria of ,)rcy or P""h dogs, still
r . " "', iu uoue-B. .... . .
,)Clns Kahered up ami placed In a,of a flne and Bt,"rd5r brcc', a,", ono
"chortcn," which. If ho Is known to B"ccles seems to bo purely Indlgcn-
'mvc b0n n ,lcv,,ut "1 I'lous man
lllr,n& his lifetime, orton forms n
p0,nt to wh'eh pilgrimages aro mado.
Dhl'al'. I" Thibet, is a priest-
rl,lc,en country, and It seems to bo
.. - - w
inn ulm tif rt.n.1...... ,n ... . .
, ' "" "e iiresentcu
y Bonie roIa"vo or friend who con-
nects himself with ono of tho monas-
lerlcs- '" Tblbct " of heso Instl -
t,,tl0"8 rB "t such magnltudo that
"" many aB 6000 monks nro In rosl-
: """"r ono roor' T"e area of
Dhu,an bclnS smaller, monasteries do
!"" a8,,l"no ,h,,,o proportions within
I"01" b",dt'rB- Theso Institutions aro
pt "'' 1,y contributions from tho
'(C0I,I- bl" chiefly hy tho oxtortlonato
iiuiiiniHiB anu practices or tho monks.
A VW! l"c"llar custom exfsts oven ,
. H ory day amonK 'ho women of
Ills I linn aH.am.
l , u '" ,n,8 wore In tho,
iuii ui visiuns tno mntmntpi-i..- r,xl
H" vliltlng tho monasteries for
" I'uriwse ol disposing Of their farm '
. . .
H0 carrlcd 0I hy theso women and
"'o )Oung monks even In tho ortnr nf
sanctity, that tho father ninerlnr i.!opiod up Tweedlo Kaeck. Osborn
BUed a Prochunitlon to the effect thnt!and Ma(thows wero ull inlxml up In It,
any woman visiting tho monasteries
r'" any purpose whatsoever Im.i fir-
to 8mear hnr ,RC0 w"h " mixture of
t . ,t ; - f 1 Mini
Thlnh Bone Trumpets.
In addition to the othor rltuallBlIc
mriiumeiils trumptts made from hu-
man iiiign bones and rallies eon-
' "" is-n -
structed bv placlg tho crowns of
4 .. .. 1 . .....
l" nmnsn skiiiis buck In luck with. "But she got divorce from him"
a pcrchment covering, ilnlor which "Yes. She didn't know what it
knuckle bones have been Inserted to good husband he was till sho uw
nel na nltloip nreiiKed hnvv generously ho behaved nliinll (lie
'""l prloi (0 mj tikln over iho"lltinii." Cliirnuo dmiriml.
churchwnrilcmhlp "of tho Sonadn
church, In tho lie irt of tho Himalayas,
and In whkli burvlui was held onco
every mouth, u Uuid'of hill men cimo
down one night and trfod to tlcscrrato
ono of tho graves In which lho found
er of lho little colony had been pre
viously hulled. This mart 'during his
llfellino wnii known to bo' of great
italurc. The bonr.B fpim hcaVll) sot
men are much prlied, hence tlib visit
of these ghouls, which wis ver) op
liortttno y frustrated by tho appear
ance of it chonkldar. Tho Iron rail
ings ariMiml tho grave had been torn
down nnd part of the masonry wus
damaged, InU so far as I know tho
himes wero not reached,
Cach )car tho prlostR hold what Ik
calltd it "divinity danec." on which
occasion certain of them dress up as
dovlls nnd specters, and g'o through
all manner of gyrations nnd move
ments, representing tho various de
mons who mnko llfo hideous to man
during his sojourn oh earth; and It
Is only through tho Intercession and
exorcism of lho Lamas that tempor
ary relief can bo obtained. Tlila1
danco lasts several days, and during
tho whole of tills period first ouo sldo"
nd then the other appears to get
lh ??''" culminating act Is
rcac.hcd on th la ''a. Krand
flnal-whcn lho ho'o " 'I
, mens give battle to the monks, and
it Is only on tho advent of tho father
superior, who Is escorted to thto scene
of battlo bv somo of lho ciders of ihn
. . . . . .
trees; icaa ueacn, encrry, ami ,es
"dig perhaps tho most frequent,
hBo at elevations of from 9000 to
10,000 feot cryptomorlas and rhodo-
dendrons aro met with.
I . , , .
I Tho lower regions teem wllh annual
"fo, such beasts ns tho elephant and
t'ser being numorous, tho rornicr do'
Ing considerable damage to crops.
I-copards and bears are also very nn-
roua. unu sovorm sinus oi tieor,
' "ems m a large species, sucn
as tho Sambhnr; In the Doonrs and
Teral, rhinoceros aro found, and, as
' .L fiL II li. 1
,n Hhutlas themselves are not sports-
. ..u .iiiuiiun niu f,v"u mil B. llie'll, 1.1-
though they look rather clumsy In lho
saddle. Tholr pontes nnd horses nro
"" "' "l,ulal anu B ca" "ngan1
which name Is derived from, Tnngas
tan, tho group of mountains which
The Bhutlns make periodical raids
, . .. . -
. , --- - --- ...-.. .-.-
,c-v b,,t I'unl'lvn expeditions hnve
,auSbl them such a lesson that these
, I1"1, trlb0B ,h,,lk twc now before ven-
i "T"1" ,,own ,0 ,ho lowlands for the
into lno IJonnra nnrl Ihn .A.anm Ifal.
..c nr PllaBnS ond carrlng off
heads as trophies.
POLICE COURT NOTES
Daultl Tweedlo, against whom n
charge of gross dual has been hngg-
Ing for somo tlmo, was acquitted this
morning at Judgo Andrado'a court.
sm. . . ...
uo cum? naa bcun fully ro.Mirturt finni
tlmo to tlmo urn! ho)ond tho Judge glv-
Ing hs decls on. Ihnro wns no nrcu
-. --- -- ---
mont or cvldonce offored.
Tho matter arose out of tho San
Fianclsro theater salo, and which has
icsulted in nothing but litigation and
cross chargos slnco tho mutter first
and cxcep)lng Knrck, everybody seema
.,, uaiu .itis iiiuiie), ivutrcK, ill uio
w"rdx of,Tjtbdlo "did well; surd hu
... ... . f I. ...j.. ,....-.....
,,,vn iim ,. in u eiuw iiuiii null lull.
tlmo roclo ") ncejiortes for Units War
ren. , APPRECIATED TOO LATE.
She had a good husband." sulri
wet. iiu II mi