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I'A'tiNMN'a hUU,fiTiM. tl0S6LtJLt). t. it, sturday, run. id. iJidt
A Beautiful lecture Film of
Is now being exhibit d at the
All Ladies who have entered as candidate's in the BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST, or
desire to do so, will be given Complimentary Tickets to the Art Theater.
Saturday evening. Tickets are good for both Matinee and Evening shbws.. '
I ".Edition to the Ytsomlte Views an interesting program of pictures TAntoc
and music is given at the Art. x Apply for tickets Wthe UMiItlSI
ONE WEEK REMAINS
'Narws Of The Nominees
To lie Published
Wl.lh the beg.niiliig of tho D .1 !
lot I n Voting Contest to near eke
nominations ure coming in In lumcher.
Every mail brings conic; tity peoine
coL'to in anil le.u o the names of
friends; atiil Oahu country people liiitf
timo between trains to register the '
name of uorno popular woman or tlivi
neighborhood. Uno ot the most iclut
candidates Is a joung Inly who II.es
on tho other sldo of tills Inland nii'l
who has her campaign well started
There In only ono more week in
which to register jour narao In tin
content anil get thice thousand fr:e
ote3 Risen candidate.) vim tiro mini
iiutcd now. The names or the ttom"n
who enter this contojt will Uo print, i
In next Saturday'! II n 1 1 e 1 1 n and I
tha Weekly of tho Tue3diy fc.
lowing. Ecach cnnilldnto will hav
tin co thousand totes ontojlle hit
name nt tho beginning anil nil thoto traUon have started a purity cam-
who IntPiid to enter ohould dp ao nowl rnlg:i agaliiht vlco, It may Interent you
and get nil even staft w Mi tho other to know just what Iheno long-halra pro-
candidates. jiotu doing. In tho flret iilaco, this
Soino of tho ep" U4tte lnvo b giin city U getting far loo gay to bint homo
to B3k their frl. nds fn. votus nlroady. of tho contcrvatlvc ttaj-athomo rcsl-
although no totPB oro to bo Itsusd itentp. Not eo very long ngd tt was
until after Mtml.-y, !aith Mh. Thin roimldeied perfectly tvondtrful to i-eo
Iii n Bood (dun bocauo an uarly un- l.to ln-oplc, t.lthlu n rtdlus of thieo
manccment of your oandldaey i-ernilts Moc(, on tho ktiet-fs r.t ono and tho
youi friends to arrauite to help you. I t-.niio ilmo alter eight o'cloclt nt
All candldites -Alio havo icjisturcd j mislil. Now It Ib a common eight to
their nomination should call at tho' ice at leapt soten en one block as lite
uuilutln oiUcti iiihI m-Liirc tho hilU-lrih S.30 p. in..
te.ltlon rsielpt b-o't4 tint arc being i
t'lvon out to th oamlM'itPH. ir your'
canipalgu Is to be managed by a frloml
. i -.wu.il lei the cu.iieai manager
know, to Hint he can tupply tha friend
with nil the information and printed
matter that Is being gltui to tho other
Jnteicst In tho Yossnilte-Callfoiuiu
trip Is' being manlfeited, oten tit tho
public llb.ary, tthoro it U roj'orted
'there have been lnqulilcj for liaoka
ilcallng with Uiscmlto Valley. A mark
ed di tieaiO ..i thu liiiuiboi of fonlurs
that wcro In Iho Promotion Cuminltti.o
iwnus has ulso been noted, l'eihaps
tl.o l)Bjt tray offp;ed this week lo la.im
lomuthliig about Voccmlto Valley was
tho plotuio Him at tho Art 'I heater.
Thin 1'iLtiiio gives homo of tho beat
fccnci? to bo round In the park In u
maimer that cannot bo cjimIuiI, onl)
by n vltlt. .
Ut u-arso San Framlteo clone. Is
Kiil2 to bo a liljj sight-hoi lag iort, far
tomo of tho party relented by the
B u 1 1 1 1 ii readers. No doubt uomo
ul tho foituunto candidates luiu ue'.ci
Irieii In Uan !'ianci&co an 1 they will
(jiil their II rat titslt rnc of tho mmuot-
uble lltiiea n their Hvjs. To tho for
mer vloltor vho has not been la tho
Culifoj'al.i metiOiol.- t .10 tho tiro
and o-iilhi!iaJio the city has additional
Interest. !iu l''rnuclFcaiis ba.ist that
it l'-uujiient rcBldeuey lb necessary to
l.eep up with tho Blowing city.
Tho pleantro for tho visitor to Call
lornia noes not como alone rrom u
visit tn (he city or Han Francisco
Thcro aro over twenty advcitlsed
i-hort trips near San Krnnrjsro and
every one of taom Is a trip of exceed-
Keop In mind tho (act, that if you
register your no,ulnatl":i durliis tho
coming week up until next Saturday
noon you vlll iccelto tbioo thotisuud
teles t.iih iild-li to bia-n jour raco.
the rJiaiiiitfo At.r: .a follovc
Dlstilct Nn.-i Inol.ides tho City and
Count) of llonilii'u.,
District No. 2 Includes the County
o: jf mil,
3 inr-lii lea Iho Counij
1 Inelu.lo-j tho County
Cent fortjJt the candid:
chJperora are candldatJt-at-laroe.
You snty tiiko Iho t'iijnny tlmo you
'hooio, ilngly.or In srciiia.
VOTCG ON tUDSCftlPTIONS
LOWED A3 rOLLOWG
One month's gulcil.t:in lo
i: v i- n ; n g r ii 1 1 c 1 1 n-ou
rrl,t'n. 1"V tutor; now biibscrlp
II n 125 vote
'i Inert notilhf' piilr rrlplliin lo tho
lltcnliK I' n 1 loll n ()M villi-HM-'ptlim
330 totes; now nibseilpiloa
SI tuoniliB' subscription to Iho
i; ton I up It n I let In Old sub
vrrlptlc.n Sort totes; ne.v subscription,
Ono yvir'f- tnih','nt!on to Iho
EvonliiR II n 1 1 o 1 1 n 0M sub-
rerlpllen 200P votes; nc.v pubic; Ip
tlon, 2300 votes.
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A Malta's Let
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M) Do.ir Arthur: As tho Civic KW1-
Where the residents of this city
ipend their ovralngs la a m)Ktery to
lourinta. Kiom personal observations
I know that moat of tho-o are In tit"
habit of vltltlng tho various moving
1-Ictiiro thoateis, with which this city
In FiO well suiiii'dPd, and, unless cio
I'appcus to bo on the btrcots at thu
puitlcul.ir munitnt vlien theso rhotts
concludo their iiorforiuances, the peo
ple on tho Ltiocts can bn counted on
U Is n fact that drunkenness Is rife
hoio, which may cccnnnt for tho few
males seen on the slieoln utter cer
tain hours of the night. It may bo
that the saloons aro lesponsiblo for
having hurvcEtcd tho majority of
Mrcot loungers, but never havlmj en
tcicd a Honolulu aaloou I cannot tell
vhether this (s tho caso or not. Hut
( in' thing Is obvious, ami that Is, that
llioro nro mote bullions in Honolulu
i hn n in niiny cities on ths nnlnland
hmlng twlco tho poiiul.ttlon of that
nl thu metropolis of Ilnwnll.
Th'j'o ure more florid looking tn
ilitlriiiiu'a hero, who oivo mtlr "com
plexion." not to tho siiii'b rays, lint lo
aleeho'.lp lioiorageB, than aro to ba
met wl.h on a day's march In Oei
many. It may bo that tho cllmiitn of
Iluwall Is rodiKJiistblo (or somo peo
ple cultivating n thlist. but no Hi"
Mlssourlan would say, 1 have jot to
bo phown If Hon d i u wu i...
wlicio ecu of ('ir 7 as Kipling no lov
ingly rem irks In hU Departmental
Ditties, wheio tt man can laico a
I hirst, ono ccmM undorbtand why
llminr Is in f'vely imblbnl here, but
ns Honolulu is piilto ramoto from the
far Ha"t an 1 tho buni!n plains of
(dnl-.'s coral strand, this matter will
h.r.o to lu solved by ho longlnlrs
now Pitting lu judgment upen this
In iccard to tho moving plcttro the
uteiB of Ihlr city. With one execution
Iho majority dlniday IIIiuh that ur?
not only d-g-a ling, but positively
linrinful. Tho other night 1 stiolled
Into ono of theso so called places of
nmtMcmciit nnd was (ltsgusted to see
ii lllm portraying tlio murder of an
American Naval olllcer by a Japcncso
of low caste.
Tho Amerleau3 nro Iho ruling )io
plo hoio, tho -Federal nnd Terrltoilal
cdlclalB nnd tho sovernl brnuches of
tho cervices represented hoio bliould,
bo respected and not portrayed as
I ri.o tram rn'i viptlr.ii to lh'
Kooning II n I I v 11 ii Old cub
I .::; tlnn 13 u o voles; new Biibseilp
tion. ii' ( 00.
I One y"ij"'i niW 'rtlm to tli
; V i o It I ; I! 1 1 i i n OKI tmhf crip
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KM! IJW IIU.! .11-1. r II jnLI lll..lil, ,U
T'w ye'ra' siibscrl,tlcn to tin
Week 1 j 1J ti 1 1 p 1 1 ii Old suli'dlp
lion, 12ed tnlcs; now .ubrcrlptlon
I THE PRICC OF TI'U CAILY AND
ULC.KLY BULLETIN 13
Ono month's pubi eilpMon to the
13 veiling linllelln, 73 rents.
Tlroe wnnllih pub c lpil'..i to the
K t c n I n r II n 1 1 c 1 1 n. K'V).
P month1-' pibvrlpllu'i to tin
,1 von I'm Pnl lo tin 5IDD.
Tttrltp iiimiihs' B'lli'cr'p'levrlo tin
Ii t n I n s i ii 1 1 p 1 1 n Jt; no.
I rite join" Fiibrrlitlrn lo the
Kvcalns inri-tln ;i ni,
Our vpar'r R'ib-crl' tp i lo the
V n !( 1 v It ii 1 1. 1 I u Ii Tl.
i I'l.e yiri" I'lilpcr.it on to Hit
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tlclous ludlildu.ils. Tho theater In
qucttion tvu.-i paeked tvllh Japanese,
and tho rammer In h!cli they np
i.'nuJed v.Iipii tho AmeilCKj officer
vtt being ft'ibbcd to death by ono of
thei.' countiyineii clcti y tliOied
tthero their s)nipjt!iloi lay
Such o'li'b. ijiib, which tend to low-
rr the dignltj o' tho inlliig race.
rliould lip Nmly cupyicsscd and Uio
films iwl only condBcnted, but dotroy-
ed. Thoiu Is Qiiltu enough ilegrnda-
tion and tlce In tho ttorld, ttlthout
Paving to manufacture such harmful
'irnsll ns Is liplnc Rhnwn nluhllv In
many ot our local theaters. If n man
IwnutH to polfcon his stomncli tvllh ni
lohollc boternges It la Ida own look
out, hut people who Innocently tlslt
niovih'i pictuio thenteis for recrea
tion, especially women find young
children, should not havo their mlmli
IKilsoned by teeing Biich lvld portray
als of murder, rape, suicide, tlco nnd
morbid oxJilbltlAns, us aro being ex
hibited In many of tho local theaters
night after night.
In regard to tho dance halls of th'
city. There Is much ccnjectuie as t
tthut actually takes place. I have
iiiiulo n loimd of pov"ij1 of '.uoso, and
t ltu only ono eveopt'on, I have found
them Ballrfjcto'j. Tho one objection
i bio instance was tho other night
when Iho lights tvero turned off four
oi five times ilutlng tho otenlng
thlio tho (InucviB werq on tho floor.
Ihero tvau notlilng really very harm
nil lu tula ns the hall was not thrown
nuo uiuancia lor mora man half n
mlnuto nt n time. Hut, Jjiero were
t.oveial llltlo hnir-nhy Fqueals from
Fomii ot tho femalo daiiceis and the
iimnil of lip nievtlug lip on more than
one ncciip'on, and It protcd that cer
tain or the malo clement tvero snitch
ing 'i kiss, or kovornl for tint matter,
(Kim their fair partner.
A public danco hull Is not tho propor
dt to kiss n girl lu. Tnko her to
."pi" ipi a pbco whoro ono can llngor
over Iho operation, tllrls lko loot
ic-eii, not hasty ones as the lips havo
not ilmo to get properly In motion ir
tho limo Is lliullo.l. A c.tieful wntcli
Is being l:opt on ihciio dance halls, nl-tl'-Migh
tl a proiirletors may not kilow
II, anl It (will be advisable for them
not lo lower tho lights In tho future
dtr'ng tlm (lancing cir at any pcilod
or tho evening, ns ceifaln paitlcs may
tako oct!j llun, and another appropria
tion or 110 000 tuny lnvo to bo mado
by CMisie In order Hint tho peo)lo
of Hawaii may hato an opportunity of
vitln? out tho danco halls, ns tho
prchlbmonhtu. will try lo close tho
saloons no.u Julj'.
You must nut Infer fiom this Mli-
Arinur. tnnt llnuoiuiJ , ".'cjj c t,
With tho oxcoptlo- Mi
which rc-illy mo r i ae'i u
well conducted ci mu t
plo mind Uiolr o't.i i isl'i
motlng plcturo piop, Ictoni 1 iiii km l
taluly not bo allowed to pjiKin tlu
mluda o( tho reoplo by exhibiting ptich
in"; b'd tra h ns Is now being iiortrny-
"u In many of tho clipnper plcturo .
theaters of this city. I
Another matter which tho Cltlo Fed-,
oration ought certainly to Invcstlgnto
and which must be checked, nro tho '
nlghl noises of tho down town dis
tricts. Not only dd tho dogs nnd cats
.nako night hideous to many ot tho
leailv bed-goers by Ihelr Incessant
barking and meowing, but tha shout
ing ot drunken men nnd women
throughout the night nnd the early
liouis of tho morning mo n constant
source of nnnoyunco You will bo
mi prised to know that I havo wasted
nt least ten nounds of rlpo tomatoes
on bomo of tf.eso wretches. Tho ma
jority of bulls-eyes tvero meager In
comparison to the misses" but I had
tho satisfaction of breaking up the
howls or ono drunken party who tvero
lying In n heap on tho road uutsldo my
bedroom window with n few well di
rected (.hots. Ilawallans nro very su
porstltlous as n whole, and, not know
ing from whence tho missiles came,
I hey beat as hasty n retreat as their
uncertain gait would permit.
Mnllhlnls should not havo recourse
to- Biich treatment of their fcllowincn,
but when ono Is tired out nfter n hard
day's Svork, It Is too much to have to
dress nnd go out to do ixjTIceinen'B
work nnd request the persons to inoto
on. Dining all tho monUis that 1
havo been In theso Islands, not once
havo I seen n policeman on Deretnnla
or Fort street nfter 10 p. ni. Perhaps
tho K)lleo forco arc not supposed to
bo on nctlvo duty, nt night. Udt wheth
er tlioy nio or not, tho general public
rhould not Imie jLholr BlumberB dis
turbed by these naver-sleep people
pariah cms, nu.l members of tho feline
family. Jutt becaimo tho police do not
wish to walk their allotted beats nt
(ho cypenso of shoe Jcuilior.
You will bo moro than, rurprUed
.vhen I toll jou that tho Floral Parado
and tho Carnival festivities. Including
tho burning o( Plllklu (dull-cnro).
which were held on the 21st and 22nd
of February, tvero far nn.l nway ahead
fit the l.a Fiesta of l.os Angeles nnd
tho Pasadena Floral Polo, which, up
tlil now havo been regarded ns tho
finest Floral Fctc3 hejd on tho main
land, mid th'o equal of tho Nice car
nival. Tho Floral Parado hero waB tin
finest over held In tho Territory nnd
was tho most spectacular that I havo
ever been, and I havo seen n gieat
many during my travels around this
old earth. Instead of real flowers, pa
per nnd crepe, tinted In nil tho colon
of tho .rainbow ttero used In tho color
scheme, with tha result tint nil thu
cais looked fresh, and In strong con
tract to many of tho California on
trloi, decnraled with fresh Honors,
which nio usually half t.Ithercd be
fore tho rarado Ins tuivcrtcd many
b'.ockni Tho oifcct was most pleasing
mil i peaks well tor tho artistic tern
1 eminent of Honnliiluans whoso dec
orated automobiles and gorgeous
floats wcro thu ndmlrallou ot tho
thousands of peoplo who HneJ tha
louto of march.
TO THE MAL1HINI
JJutt tell them that you saw It
iTho Moral Day parado,)
.lust tell them wo nro doing things up
Just whisper If you get n clnnco,
To mother dear and say,
"I'm glad, to awfpl glad, that I went
Tu:t tell them how you llko It,
(Tho climate, fruits and all),
Just tell them how you dread tho tlmo
Just whlbpcr (nnd you'll get tho
To nil jour friends nt homo,
"Thoy not or, noVcr havo to shovel
Just toll them thoie's no oilier placo
lOf courso-wo excopt hoaven),
Just as good as Hnwull (itiais no
Just whisper (or yell, It you wish)
Iho good tlmeu you huvu hud,
Wo'll back up every stattmont you
Jti't toll thorn when you got back
(Of eourso you can't keep mum).
That jou'vo n wish tn mako beforo
'if heato'i blrm'd 'Ji cri'Vi'od,
iMul cliMKo to enter sl.m
'TtiJt let my i pi ii luvo' (i-r T'r-i'l."
I. I. JH.'.tr.H.!..
Bulletin Business Ollico rjione ?,5,
ciulletut Eilitorinl Room Phone 135,
Something About Tigers
Thcro nro three kinds of tigers
In India, viz., gnme-klllcrs, cattle
killers, and tho dreaded man-catcy.
In tho1 Dooara nnd Tcrnl districts ot
Northern ncngal, tigers aro very nu
merous, and they do such Incnlcul
nblo damago to the flocks and herds
owned by the rj'ots (villagers) that
tho Government ot India has offer
ed n towanl of a few rupees for every
tlgei's skull brought In to th Cut
cherry (courthouse). Tho skull Is
then broken up, beforo an official, to
prevent Its being presented a, second
Tigers aro timid creatures, nnd
will not attack a human being un
less wounded or molested In nny
way. They will Invariably sLulk off
Into the solitudes of tho junglc3
rather than attack a human being.
..hi. ,a eua.ijr e-Apiuiue-u. iiBun '
nseu in nuiuing game, incy nro ac
customed to the sounds of tho for-
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e.,....uui. u, il iiuuiiui uui.ik, uie - oo -
ed In garments the very antithesis of
the hairy skin of the animals ho is
dependant upon for his dally food,
is, to say Iho Ic. nt startling.
Duiltig the Mmiboon months, ti
gers ns n uilo movo Into tho up-
lands or d.ler portions o( tho jun-
;!;.. B a .. ' T funded tho gong nnd summoned his,
floods nnd cwjinpj. Ab the game do . ,,,,", ,
ut -...i . i.i i i r - servants nnd head men.
llkewlf, theic Ii un abundance 0( ....
meat (or hint Upon their arrival tho various nr-
Tho act of 'killing Is unique. Hav-,,lclM wcre l'"lllted out to thnm' uPon
Ing tiiiun un a io-ni .Um near n wn- n B?arch bolnB madc' tho' 1'C marks
tcr-ceursc or path whero cattlo nnd'nf a lBcr wcro 80C" " ,ho lawn'
Ti A Aa jil1fnfn,1 ...tilt ! 1la
game nrr wont to frequent, ho
rusltps unnii tho nearest ono. r,1. i.vinppearea in a paicu oi jungio n icw
clmclilni: It forenimrtom. h snWea
tl o thiont in hl3 powerful jaws, liy
tutnlii; llseir upw.iiils piul otar, mil
nt tho same tlmo springing to tho fnr
side In so doing, the boast Is thrown.
In which net Itj 'neck Is dislocated.
The Impact, coupled with tho ntvful
ivionch nnd bite, Invailably breaks
tho unlinal's nock outright, nnd all
this U dono bo quickly that the tiger,
if disturbed, Is many ynrds ntvay bo
fore tho astonished cotv-herds icaj
l2e what ha3 happened. '
Whr. tho carcme, or "kill," ns It
Is tnrined, has been dragged under
cover, the tiger usually remains in
tho vicinity If quiet prevails, nnd
dozes until well into tho nftcrnoon.
Ho npproncliP3 tho "kill ' In a cir
cuitous manner, gradually diminish
ing tho dlstnnce until ho Is right
upon tho carcase. Finding every
thing to his liking, ho at once be
gins his mcnl by eating about sixty
pounds of llesh tho flrBt night.
Tigers Invariably begin upon tho
hindquarters or tho flesh of ono or
both thighs. Thoy drink copiously
ddrlng nnd nfter a meal. Thoy re
main neiir their kill U the cover is
good and quiet provulls. They eat
whouovcr they feel Inclined till tho!
tarciiEO Is consumed, which Is about
ino mini nay.
Irritation sometimes sets up at tho
baso of their claws, duo lo fragments
of llesji lodging thote nnd deconipos-
It., Tlin.f vnn.r,, n ll.l ......... nM
ing. incy rcmoto mis cnus.0 of an
uoyanco by -clawing iho baik of tho
baBtard teak, which, when punc
tured, exudes n blood-red Bap. This
n"ts ns nn antiseptic and cleanser.
Tigresses do not breed ut nny fixed
tlmo, and Aiot more often than ouco
lu every two yeiils. Two cubs us n1
i tile mo produced at a birth. Whou
they aro sufficiently tvenned, but not
qulto old enough to cat fioshly-klll-ed
meat, sho feods hor cubs with
gobbotH of hnlf-dlgosted meat, which
Bho disgorges. Theso gobbctB aro
bettor ndnptcd to tho lequlremeats
or hor young. . y '
Tho nvorago le'nglh or a tlgor at
maturity Is abtut 9 feet 9 Inches
from noso to tip c- tall. Their
welgHt when full grown Is about 300
to 100 pounds. As a Uilo tigers kill
towards tho evening, but may kill
cattlo at any tlmo throughout tho
Tliero nro several reasons which
Induco tigers to becomo man-pnteiB,
such na when tlsmscs are unable to
ii "euro food -for their cubir. Thoy
H en become dcspoitito nnd attack
' iMi-n lii'np-.. Again, tho lnllnul
tluj i f old lU'.o oflon cause a tlgor
to boainio a niau-oater, ns tho older
bensjB nio unnblo to follow game.
Fowjnung tigers become niau-oat-
This offer is good only until
Manotor Riilloiin iit(ifi
IVIdllagtl, DUIE&12I mliVC
ers, ns they nro of a roving disposi
tion) and on tho first approach of
man nnd his civilizing liulucnces bo
take themselves to tho solltudps of
tho jungles and conflno themselvc3
exclusively to tho killing of game.
During the "cold season," or th'oso
months following tho cessation of the
monsoon, It Is customary to employ
chowkldars (watchmen), who patrol
tho bungalow during the night and
strike the hours upon n largo gong.
During these months fires nro very
frequent, owing to tho dryness of
tho grnsa-covcrcd huts. Savago
tribes from tho Himalayas and tho
Auam Vnlloy Hills como down In
great numbers to obtain temporary
work nnd barter goods for thoso of
western manufacture. It is there
foro eCcssary to havo somebody on
tll0 look out for ftrcs )llld to Bivo
uotlco of hoad-huntlng expeditions.
Ono morning early Sam Harry roso
and went on to tho varnnda to Bee
what kind of a day It was. Ho call-
. , ,,.,,,,, ,,, r..prt no
VM W ...O .,.. ...uu. , u .fc..-.
reply. He went In search of tho
man. At the foot ot the tcranda
pteps he camu across blood, human
llosh, hair nnd pieces ot cloth. Ho
suspceted that somo savage trlbo had
come down dining tho night nnd
kC(I ,)s ,
Ho at once
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hundred jnrds from tho bungalow.
Sam Harry wished to summon tho
coolies of tho estate nnd havo them
bent tho tiger out of tho patch of
Jungle, so thnt when It broke cover
ho could havo a shot at It. Tho
coolies, however, would hear ot no
such proposition, ns they dreaded a
man-eater. After somo little delny,
a second chowkldar tvas Installed.
For several nights nothing unusual
happened, until tho second chowkl
dar was found to hnve mysteriously
disappeared. As the coolies again
lofimed to enter the jungle, Harry
rent nn urgent appeal to his nearest
while fi lends, telling them of tho
two deaths and asking them to como
to his assistance ns Boon ns possible,
India Is noted (or Its hospitality.
When Usury's fi lends turned up, hot
and tired, late that same afternoon,
nfter their long elephant ride, tho
Kltinutgar (factotum) was given ex
pllclt ordors to have tho very host
dinner pluccd betoro tho sahibs. A
most sumptuous fcpnst was piopared,
nnd a3 India la n thlrsjy land,
plenty or alcoholic drinks tvero call
ed into icquibttluu. During tho meal
Iho plan or campaign was drawn up
for tho extermination ct tho man
color. After dinner, clean, tvero
'IcMn -mi th0 ruur whlto men re-
palred to the varanda, whoro they
made the'UbClvca comfuitablo In easy
1 . . .
After tho Borv.ints hnd sa'nnined
and left (he bungalow for their
homes, tho lights tvero extinguished
nnd tho four whlto men nrmed them
selves with rifles nnd mado them
kplvps comfortubio on the veranda,
fully believing that the tiger would
como out of tlio patch of Jungio to
seok for a third thowkldar.
Whether It was tho oxcellont din
ner or a too liberal use nt liquor. Is
not apparent, bat ono by ono thoy
grnd tally dropped oft to sloop. Harry
was In n ehnlr ucnicst tho varnnda
steps. About midnight tho tiger
tamo out, and, finding no third
chowkldar and everything qulot,
made a circuit of tho bungalow. In
tuitively ho must have known that
etery thing was bate, for nfter hesi
tating for only n short time nt the
foot of tho varanda stop3 ho nscond
cil these nnd cniuo upon Harry Bleop
Ing In ono of the easy chairs.
Harry was reclining with ono arm
thrown cnrolessly over the nrm-rost
of his chnlr. Th tiger bolzed this
In hla jaws nnd began to drag Hnrrv
from tho chair. Harry had not lived
In India for many years without
knowing nomothlng ii'aout tlgois nnd
lliolr hiibltB. Ho allowed himself to
Lo dragged out ot tho chnlr nnd led
towarda tho vurauda steps. He call.
ed to I.U sleeping companions, but
ttoy tvo o bo sound naleop that thoy
fal.ed to hear him. Tho tiger In tho
meantime led his victim towards tho
steps and began lo descend them.
llnrry cnlled to his friends to como
to his ns3stancc nnd seemed vert
anxious iri the tiger hearing hii
tolce. Increased his pace. It was
Intensely dark and tho men on tho
verandah seemed utterly oblivious of
Mm llfn mill ilenlli Htrntrcln thnt tvas
Ibclng silently fought on the Inwn
not a fow yards ntvay from whero
thpy were blcpplng.
Something must nnvo suddenly
awakened one of tho sleepers, who,
hearing n faint bound from outside,
quietly aioso. Finding Harry's chair .
vacant ho became nt once suspicious
thnt everything was not nil right.
Hearing n volco railing urgontly for
help, ho awakened his bleeping com
panions. Tho threo men seized their
arms nnd quietly descended to tho
I, The tiger becoming suspicious, nnd
hcarlng the round of moving moil
In tho vicinity of tho bungalow, In
cicased hl3 pace. Tho threo men
scattered In different direction-). Ono
hearing; Harry calling uigcntly for
help, rushed to whero he thought
tho pound ramo from. Thb tiger
hearing lilm coming, dropnad Harry
and made ready to sprint; upon tl.o
new arrival., Hefore ho could do Mr,
Jnmlson fired polnt blank nt tho
growling beast and lunged tvllh his
fixed bayonet. Tho other two men
seeing tha flash of Hro fmni thai
gun nnd hearing the report, rjisheii,
up and quickly dispatched tho beast.
Uairy's arm was almoat bitten oh.
nnd In addition ho hnd -ecolved nn
ugly gash on Ills breast, tho result of
,tho tiger clawing hlni when ho drop
ped his victim. With careful nursing
Harry was soon nblo to bo removed
to Calcutta, from which poit he took
pasbage to Eutopo.
No, Lulu, becnuso you hnvo a dou
ble chin U no renson why you should
talk twlco as much ns any other gtil
ot j'our weight nnd size. Richmond
Mrs. William Henderson.
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