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BVfityNO ntiLLETIN.OOUtLU. T. H., SUlt'tWAY. Jl'LV 2, 1S.
(Continued from Pace A)
over tills sairfn section of count
many years ngo iiecompanylng Sir.!
Rpreckeis with n view to cloyr-loplpK.
lil water resoiircn Tor Irrigation. The'
best engineer Ihc-'y cnulil riilploy ro
porieu against llio feasibility of ihoi
project. Irwin wan glad Inileoil to pay'
his tribute to llio men McCmsmm riml
jurhcnam who nan none, What tho
greatest cnglneera of former days
clamed could not be dono.
J.!.' , ,?,. 1 L".?.?!.01! "." !
of , mc tw lo in led ho wnv '. C' " 'IUB ",0 " "1 ;dy between hero nnd I llio
?- i m,c" ' , ' ...? tlmt Jpnln,""y ot 'o nnn who got Ono member nf iho Hllo i
through (ho mountains, but .to the Jo- ,.,,,,,, , ,,' , , .,,. no 10,nI,or "10. I1" l
panose worker without whom the
ditch cotiM never have boon .mitt.
mnk Thompson waxed o. inon '
his praise of ,ho Work.i:K.neer. To,
Renscn. tno qiilel "IIMlo mall," tml.l
ii tribute lo the men who bad work-"'
rl with hlin Mr iilhh rnrmnrlv ....,
r,l". "',," ' ' ;, ?,T..
In the highest terms of Ihc. great en
lerprlso mid tho splendid eoumgo of
thn men' who have sren It through.
.1. W. Wahlrou of V. A. Schncfor &
Co., ngenls for tho iCu'iulhacio anil
Honoltaa plantnllons. milled his word
ot praise and appreciation.
Ono of tho very Interesting Inci
dents of tho coming of tho water was
the speech made by Kcbfiti Kauwn-
knbl in which tho told the story of
tho district and thn work that h.i.l
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l ..f al
prosperous, riio rnanieii n meio in
i1-n,U:."., ftl.' neaineo i;nmpiieii wnn
was nmong llio spectators oi mo
B, '- , ,
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.ong thoso present at tho open-
V'CrM JJ,0, .'"m"' li' ' '?X".
.. II V, Lewis Mrs I . K Lew,
is. uonniu Lewis, i e,im.oi.i,.;r,
Jem I-nlrd. J. T. McOro.ison. Miss Sy
bil Winter. Miss II. Campbell, Mrs.
M. Jorgensen. Mrs. 0. 0. Hofgtnrd
V... M !.,.. M,i V M Ihniien I
JL . ".. ." . n.,... '.'.. . n I
Tnv lor A,c Alliens C It High I ,
1-! Wl.l ron. I obeTt W. SblnLlo." 3.
H Wodehonse Jr., n. S. Thurston.
J as McCrosson Harriet I Saffory.
Sol' p Sch'eclln'o V W. Filler Robt.
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Frlclie. J. Jorgciipcn. Wnllaoo it. far
rlrrgton. Prank Thompson, 1. D. Tim
neon uono sincu tlio coming or tno'n stick, and tho occupants of the
missionaries for making llio land building had n hard Job lo get out
i And more married men woulit mako
' ..-,- -B ,l..iMnl....n 1. .l.nl wli'M
I I0O1H III nirilinivn u n--. -.-i---0
would let them.
Tho old bachelor Js .natiralJyM ajbeen caught, anij that It Jj. fairly sure
man with n single Idea. i n that ho will como through with the
JV TV? ' v at JMj
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Hyridlustt. Copyrlsht 'In 'Canada 'anJ
Uriat llrltaln. Alt rlshti rcuMvcd.
. CHAPTElt I.
mt niHTii in oiiio and EiAiu.r iu:-
MOVAL. TO CAMFOHNIA.
EHK at tho startl want tfy
tlmt i am an American an tne
way through. I was bora lu
America, aud o were all of
my, forefathers for two full renturlet
ahead of me.
I've always been a great book read.
er. When I was u youngster I used
to hide 'it cnudle under my bed lu my
own room' and light li us soon as I
was left alone aud inett the bottom
end und stick it ou my bedpost. Then
Td lie In bed rending until the birds
tirgau stirring lu the branches out
aide 'my window lu the early morning,
u those days I never thought of writ
tug a book myself. Tor that reason I
never mado n nolo of the things I'vo
read about tho Jeffries family In my
fklber's old books or of tho' stories I've
tieaid htm tell. vltut the most luter
estlno things, I thjuk, still stick lu'uiy
memory, '" '
The original "stock of the Jeffrie
family was Kcaudluiivlnu or .N'ome
tlkla. it lia ' bicu iracoa Ice to
Discharged Employe May
Be Guilty Of
Plilnf MnfiilfTin la tvnrlfftitv nn the
shooting hi of n Japanese servants'
.quarters which o;currod the night monthly schcdulo with the Sierra the
l.rforo last nt Ihn Davison ilnlry In'many patrons of llio Oceanic line v. ill
.Manw Vnpy. It pprH llint a,ip nj() , , ,.,,, ,,,nl,al(,nR
!Mh"r.l Japanese. sorvnnl is mm- wltl. ,he Inlor-lslnnd Mcnniera that
f,., , "' . " " .V
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E,of,tl,ft.,rn "'' nmI ."'.nt w" ttt
t li It elevation. Snvera shots, how.
Wft ero nred In the nlr o..tM.I.
the! place, mid a number of mfltt
pai: that wrro ieady for use were
upset and dirtied.
The general Impression Is that (he
discharged Japanese wanted lo ho.-iio
his Miccosior out of the Job and took
nny means to accomplleh his object,
Tho cowk were nil turned out of tho
minting yard, nmt tonslderahla turn.
oie waa en;nuniereii in getting them
all ,ac; In time. Tho door of tho
rorvnni.' n,,Hnr. f...,,.i in.
-Hwp..,p.v.r iatbao ( lliuiiiliuu 1 Itll
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t the pln'o nflor tho Khonllng wa
u 0ver. Tlio shots wore heard I
!l,""S JaT W" 8,?,1'n ""IvUh I r. Cockrof, the wm 7m
JTLZ J? Z ' Oceanic Company, who Is , p.e.ent
occa-tovorni ,,p,nie, Bml Deputy Sheriff.
Jtose, who lives In tho vicinity,'
thought "that "the nofso was caused
' "Pnio person n long way off. I
Mrtj me ..,, Mi fc.
Rose, who lives In tho vicinity
. .. . .. ,, ,,.
they have come ncross n good plecn
of evidence that appears In point lo
in II It Mnll n.. llm milltit t.n ..... M
" "" h"l -iruii. T.
At iirindmu lodav rihl..f Mennnin
ri-rlc.l Yanagl. a Japanese who .for-
r worked for the Davison dairy,
nml ,"ooke,'1 h ' - "' ! atlon
'or Investigation. In the man's'pos-
Hlon was lotind tin Ivor Johnson
MWI'VOI. flllltf Inn.ld.l nml n l.'.v nt
revolver, fully loaded, and n box of
cartiidges. In another room an old
stylo Colt revolver coaled with runt,
fired In Its present state.
In (ho on!i Ian of (bo nnllcn tbdrn
Is-no doubt that Ihq rlgjit man liaH.'nW hankrupt was presentoJ by
STORY OF MY LIFE
By JAMES J. JEFFRIES
Normandy In the year 800, or Juit
about there. , In 1000 my ancestors
Lwent to England on a righting trip
with William the Conqueror. The
family's name was. spelled according
to the owner's taate lu those days. At
fltft It was Godfrtdus, then Godfrey,
Godtfrey and Godfrey. Later It went
through new chsuges-GaefTeroy, Ji
ferey, Jeefferrgy, Jeffreys, Jeffray,
Jeffris arid Jeffries, with a few other
There is n tradition that a certain
Geoffrey fought In the. crusndea und
once saved the life of Ittchard Coeur
do I.lon, when lie was attacked by a
bear lu the hills near the city ot Jaffa,
killing tho bear with bis sword.
This old Geoffrey may or may not
have been an ancestor of nine, and I'll
not try to till these pages frith records
extending buck u thousand years. I'll
start with the Qrst ot my family who
came to America. He waa Ilobert Jef
fries, named after aome Norman Kng-
llab ancestor away back In the year
1108, whose name was spelled Itolf
Godefroy. Tbli Ilobert Jeffries was
born In Wiltshire. Kugland, In 1U5S.
He came lo America lu the year 1CS1
aud sottled at Upland, now Chester,
I'a., where he died iu liliu, leavlug a
large family. Several of bis v-ms aft
erward moved to Virginia,
My great-graudfather, William Jef
fries, settled lu FalrtUdd county, O. It
was a wild country then.
My 'grandfather stayed on his fa
ther's farm uutll he was twenty-four,
vrbeu be married, Mary liauaduui, file
daughter of another frontier farmer,
and set up a home of bis own. In
their log cabin, sixteen feet square,
their fourteen children were born.
The fourth sou received the highly ro
mantic name Alexis Cebou Jeffries.
This was mv father. He rrew bb;
and iK"werful like all the other men of
the. Jeffries family.
Wheu my father married be and bis
wife went twenty miles away from tb
old folks to a home of their own ou a
half cleared farm of 100 acres uot far
from Carroll, O, There they built a
log.cabln of two stories.
My father was a devout churchgoer
for many years, but llnally turned
evangelist aud preached lu the open
air, declaring that churches were a uso
less expense and that the money spent
on them should be devoted to tho poor
I was born lu tho old log cabin on
the Ohio farm, llko my brothers und
sisters. So I suppose If I hadn't taken
op "lighting ns a profession I might
havo had (11 good u chiinco lo bfcpuie
prosldMit of llu; Culled Slates as 'Abe
(.thrill1, Jjtot-i (iMbt'A und other lug
cubUi two. .
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'.- --r Be- h I
. (Continued, from Pace 1)
Ing U excellent' 'hilt I W paWneer
who wnnis to JuuUo, thq Yolcnrio Irlpi
U ' obliged lo wait (ro'.n Friday to
Tuesday to Ret nwny on thn Manila
Ken. With nnother sl'Uiner on n hi-
ll""1" r,"nr," '" '""0 '" ""
niirstlnii will in liiunn itn iitiftMltiv
I" ""'. '" wo .ire .umbln lo set
our .dins fonnul'ited be',,,., 1m le-ives
,,r ,un" I0"1I''"0U l" ""' "" le.ivts
"' n.IUr will be taken ,u .he
"mo ,m " " '"' IMwIblc. Sev-
'"" peopio imvn iwii in uiiierenwnr tap Uepliuilc or llawxl wcr? cm
members of tho asii:rtllon asking
them for their co-operation In rvcur
ing nnother steamer to run in con.
nectlon .with the dleirn. and If wo
can prove to the 'Cilir.inil.i shipping
concern that wn can glva tiicni freight
we ns passetigorrf, .vo a III foon
mi frnli1n III irnlllllc nU'nV fin f.
,," noimlur ,onlIlorg f u10 Oceanic', "'V?"1""" A,,,xi,',',,T ' "TJ1"1"1,
'"" p01,l'Iu.r "l,,"'ir8 "r l" ucn,Uc, Ing. which was flushed In 1903 and
f 4 lllln AH,I 2rtft l.n ifloiwm
- " " """ " "" i-iuiiiim".
(Continued frtra P?ce 1)
Schlcmmer makes n trip lo Uiysan
soon and the continuation lo October
was made In order that he might go
there and be back before his case wa
called for trial.
Tho other cuses In which plea was
entered this morning wcro continued
... . nn . .. . .. x. .
ntl August 29. when they will Lo
set for trial, tho Intention of the court
bmB ,0 .HHposn of nil (hose case
? r,M uur,nK t,,n mo"1" ,,f
'ion tor uiscnnrgo as n voiun
Jamse W, iMcknnl 'through Attorney
Chilllngworth and was granted.
On my mother'a side I descend from
the earll-st Holland Dutch settlers In
thla country. My mother'a home was'
In Iloyertown, I'a., aud her uatue was
Her father 'was Christopher Iloyer,
and he was a strapping big fellow too.
He waa a natural ttgbter.'aud they say
that when be died over ttfty years
ago be carried the' scars of many u
bard ring battle fought witlf bare fists.
it was In 1691 tlmt my father took
bis family to California, where we
settled down on u ranch Just outside
the city of Los Angeles. Father built
a fine fourteen room bouse nnd luld
out ninety-seven acres of fruit trees.
This was a grand home for us.
There were my two older sisters aud
ono younger, Llizle, Alameda add Ut
ile, aud my brothers Cal, John, Tom
and Charlie, afterward known as
I don't think any of us stunted our
growth worklug on the ranch. When
father wcut away to town lu the morn
ing he'd send me out to do some work
In the field. After a little while tbe
I'VK ALWAYS lUlBN A
tun would get up nnd the sand would
be pretty hot. Then M y,i back to" tbe
liiiusu and tell 'uiother It was too hut
to work, I'd explain that Ihosaud was
too hot to stand lu barefooted and I
didn't want to wear my shoes, '
Then I'd get out my shotgun nnd
'stuff a lot of cartridge lulu my pock-
eU uud start for a liuut, I'd .walk
fr't'd 'SVutei Coir.a-.Ul"Vr A. ri.'
r'ti fpr "5 a3riT r,5in? .Inte so .
AtjO ociotk the civs njtlnst tit ;
Ccltii' Chief brought b lMcn.ilt.nil,
7i5t-o& and Miller Halvago Comptinioj, i
vcrd en the calendar
Idies at hom
(Continued from Pace 1)
lien of Hawaii In (ho following yea
ho was n membsr of (he Itnn.n
Nobles and in 18S! n member of (h l"" Wfdiiegilu last. A Wireless wjh
Conslllulional Cnnxcnllnn. When th.M",''oU'l, f""" Ca(.lalli Hmiillelle.
Piovtsiunnl Covernmeiit was forme'
ho was one of Itn anient suniiof.cr.
ami was, during Its exist' nco. n mem
ber of tho ntlvlsory council. Wlicr1
llio orflco of .Minister of Interior he
paiiie tiesnt by thu ileatli if (he lato
.Irtinoj A. King In ISIia he was offered
and ncciplotl tho olTJce, thereby be
coming n member of l'roldont nolo'?
During IiU Incumbency the affairs
eluded and a t.v pusel by C)arsn.
April aotb, 19(10. providing that the
Islands shall b known as the Ttrrl
' "v "f llnwull This givo Mr. Yount.
(ho ijlsttuctlon of having heCu (he last
.tinl8ter o.Mho Interior of tho Hojiub
lie of Hn'wnll.
In 1901) ho ronlpienced the crectlir'
ready for occupation. This block wii.i
Inlunded. piintorlly. lor hotel purisisai
nnly.'but Ihn eecoiid flcor'l'ins hllherto
been devoled to huilne.is olllces. most
A few 'yearn ago he actpllrrd a largo
majority of tho stock of tho Itoyal
Hawaiian Hotel, and now controls Its
operation iiild mnnitgemont.
! Mr. Yolittg In uurvlvej by his widow
! and nine children. Tho nine children
I nrn: Alexander Young. Jr., Oakland
C'nl.s Mrs. Thco. P. Dredge. Oakland.
Cal.i Mrs. 'It. W. Anderson', Honolulu,
T. II.; Hubert Armlgcr Young, Hllo,
Hawaii; Mra. J. I.. Howard". San Pran
cliico. Cnl.; Miss Ilerlha Until Young,
Honolulu T. II.: Mrs. Conrad von
llamm. Honolulu, T. II.; Archibald Al
fred Young, Honolulu, T,' II.; Mrs.
Thomas Hefil McNnh. I.os Angeles.
What u man can't understand about
bis wlfo'a relatives Is why bo lot
them Impost) on him. ,
Kvcry man has n ready-made axi
chso when bis yellow striuK snowB
up. v '" '
Cfteeu or twenty miles barefooted
through sand aud gravel as hut as the
top of a bolter and over rocks and
brush aud corny home with a few quail
or some lit.'e fiit.dovus. Father would
be at borne. Hu'd look at me severely
"Jim, I suppose you finished your
work this luurulngT"
"No, sir. It got too hot."
"Was It too but to go hunting)"
"No, sir; uot lu tbe shade."
"A-hum!" be'il say. "Aud did you get
Thru I'd go out to tbe kitchen and
bring lu thu giiine. He'd frown a Utile
to show lie hadn't forgotten telling me
to work lu tbe Held, but- then he'd
GHKAT HOOK ItEAlHHt.
smile, fur ho was n man very fond ot
game, and he couldu t resist tbe charm
of a brace of plump quail, ,
At the worst I could nlwsyji depend
upou ,my mother. She could u'ever see
sny)hlng wrong In what her boys did.
I was only eleven years old when
I killed my first deer. I - bad' the
ant rlflo my, -father am wo, sx'dtt
Wlrc'le'ss Frpm Captain
Ihforfris Sheriff :
Tin Rr.oii, lio iini tvho escaped
from the coiii.ly iirni;ii gang a week
i ago, bus been lorn fed oil Imard Ihn
r-iKIrn. which willed from lonolulu
i1""1 "' " "' muster of the vess.nl
raid that n man answering the do.
acrlptlon wlroliwil by Hie polloc ntl-
tlinrltlrj was m. board the boat,
Tho captain added that the man
denied that he was part ChlncKC, and
ilclnicil that he was not the watjl
ed man. It appears from Iloitdletf'e's
mesrnga that the passenger suspect
ed lo he Tin Kion appeared at Ihn
ptirter's nfllce nfler the slilp had
failed ii tul paid for n steerage pas'-
eugc lo the Coast. A tcqucjil was
made by I lie tiiitnln of tlui Klerra
that tho chief of police, nt Han Kmn-
rlsco ho cabled to nlal Instrucled t't
take tho alleged escaped prisoner
Into custody as soon ns the ship
enters tho (lolden (late.
, Sheriff Jnrrelt, mi receipt nf tho
wireless, got Inlo couitnunlcntlbn
wnn tne ingn Hiierirr aim unto con
suited Iho Territorial officials. Tin
Soon wilt hnvn to he brought bark on
:i Tenilorlal wni'rnut, nl:d II has not
jet'heen 'decided who will niuke thn
trip to San KrnncNro.
In view of tlie fnct that Tin Soon
managed to get uwny nn a steamer.
It Is now thought that AtiderMin
i draco may have also left Die toun
try on n transport (hat carried lgrn
troops, or elce that the much-wiintrd
man ral'eil on tome other .boat for
the Par lhr.1.
A SHIPMENT of fuel oil consigned
to tho Associated Oil Company's local
br.anch has nrrlveil nt Ihc port by the,
iviiiL-iiun snip rails oi uiyue, ino
vessel appeared off tho harhar at an
early hour and was brought Inside by
th? Matson Navigation .tug Intrepid.
TWO SCHOONKHS lert for tho
notthwest coast this morning oftor
having discharge,! shlpnicnts of 'lum
ber nt (he port of Honolulu. Tho do
parturcs this morning lurliided lh;
schooner luca and the Ilobert Uwors,
Until vessels salted In ballast,
wasu't any toy rltle pliked out fur
!oy. My father didn't csre for
fancy outfits either for bunting or for
fishing. So be gsve me n 43-70 Win
chester. That guu was big enough lo
kill elephants with, and wheu I tried
It ou a quail It didn't leave anything
but a cloud ot feathera floattug lu Ibe
air. I snapped at a jack rabbit run
ning away from me across tbe sand,
and the whirling bullet took him end
ou. All t found was his "bids aud bis
ears aud bind legs.
One fin day a road runner 'went.
along tbe einootb, trail ahead of tue
like a aprtutcr uutll be dKappesmU
nun i luoaru aruuuu lo sea ir cr US a
built lu a rattlesuake anywbere.
Ofteu'ln the desert or tbt mountain
-volleys 1 have found traces of a road
rrfnuer'a work. A. road runner Is a
lung legged bird. 'He likes 'smooth
ground where he can take a, loug run
ning stsrt, and tbe way h cau make
those bony legs fly Is a sight. A road
runner's chief business is killing rattle
snakes. When, be finds one asleep he
gathers a lot of cactus thorns. Theu
he builds a circle ot thorns all, around
the suako lying there asleep la Its coll,
turns all the ponts carefully lu to
ward tbe ceuter, steps back a little and
beglus to make a racket. The snake
wakes up, sees tbe road runner, looks
the hedge all over, finds that be cau't
get through It snywhvre aud makea up
Lis mliiU lo die ou tbe spot. He strikes
himself with bis own, fangs, and lu a
few mluutea It's all over fur tbe auake.
Then the road runner squawks a cou-
pi j of times, clears away tbe cactua
thorns and hss a rattler for luuch.
This particular bird bad disappeared.
Hut as luck would have It I happened
to find Ids victim out lu tbe middle of
n clear patch ot sand. The auako bad
Just awakened, 1 guess, for he was
twisting and crawllug slowly arouud
and arouud Inside the hedge. Now and
then bo'd lift bis head high and atart
to allde'arross, hut as soon as his neck
touched the thorns he'd draw back
quickly and go squirming around
again. There weroa I nil) openings In
To hurry mattsrs a little I picked up
a switch aud tapped the rattler over
the head with It, He got nto'u great
rage, and lu it minute or so be'iurued
deliberately und struck his fangs lufO
Ills own body down near the tnll. He
pulled the fangs free nnd struck agulu
uud again, slowly and heavily, I didn't
waste any mure time waiting to see
him die. He was practically 'a dead
rattler then. I dldu't want bis rattles,
because they always said It was'iad
luck to cut off tbe rattles of a rrltler
that bud time to strike himself bc.lire
liu died. Hli blood Is f'.dl of poNon.
and It you happen to get it ou your
knife blade and cut yourself stltra'd
tbero may bo trouble.
I was up lu Dig Tahuiga csnwiti
now, keeping; my eyes, open fcr'jeer.
And, sure enough, uof lonj; before sun
set 1 run Into two docti and n tii; . i..
They were standing In n group Inci-y
rouge, right In little gullj-,
winsmnxT iiixmiiks that mo.
MA.V IS ll.tl'I'IF.It IN TIIK IKIAIi:
'ITII .lllti:N THAN IX HUH-
INKSS (lit IMIOnXSIOXAl, UVV..
' ', . ,, ,
lU.lladelpl.lu. IM., June 2.-lresl-
.lent Talt. In his address to the grad-
nates of llryn Muwr college today on
"Woman'H College Lducatlon, npohn
In part as follows:
"Uit.r president has asked me at
this commencement to say Homell, ng
with respeel to the higher ediicatbhi
of wnineii. It Is, of course, n theuio
most relevant und germiine to the in
rnslnn, but It Is one of which I hesi
tate to speul; In thn presencu of those
who hnvn made It their life study unu
whose opinions In regard lo Ibe mut
ter nrn nf ho much moro real' weight
than my own."
Tho I'restdint reviewed tho nil
viiucfH made in ediicHllonal advant
ages for both sexes slno ISOO.
Continuing, be said:
"I dissent from the view Hint nn
academic education unfits u mini or
woman for business. It may bo that
the tastes that lead ono to nn aca
demic education uro not thoso which
Insure business success, but that the
mental discipline, tho puwir of rea
soning, tho cultivation and compari
son of Ideas, nro not of assistance In
business transactions In which the
highest quality of (lie mind nrn acute
ly In action, can hardly bo true.
.Not All Kutrrtiig rrofcsnluns.
"Hut, it is 'said that women are not
nil going Into thn professions, and so
that the education 'necessary as ii
basis for u professional career Is not
needed by those women who. linvn n
competency nr who look 'forwiiril ;' (o
marriage and motherhood ii.t the chief
end of womnti.
"It Is oven suggested that the -high-er
education of women rather unfits
them to discharge .tho duties. of a' wife
and mother; that in soma way" or
other it robs hem of it charm and
gives them nn Intellectual Independ
ence that Is Inconsistent with their
being tho best wives nnd mnthc rs.
"I utterly dissent from this view
Tho companionship of married life Is
tho chief charm und reason for its
being, so fur, as It relates to thu two
persons concerned. Tho enjoyment of
the homo, with children nnd
l.'p cntte tho -l.vro WliU'hiHf-y uiy'
shoulder, I drew a lllie i.iml on Ibe
buck aud pulled the trigger? '. piirr
of dirt flew up Into the nlr' from' tlie
b'auk Just behind my "biick, 'who lit out
up tbe hill. I could bear blm crashing
through tbe tblokvts. Tbe two dues
. m Vil "at jlaiitaaiiiiiLPr "V ' "f v Yf Jfc' A UaHftHl
TIIK SNA K 12 WAS CltAWI.INO SLOWLY AHOUND INSIDE THE)
HCDGK OP TIIOHN8.
tore off Into tbe brush 'aud disap
peared. IV.r it moment I stood there the niost
disappointed boy lu tbe world. I hud
Ui!n roeksuru of dropping 'my'anie,'j
uud ull I had done was to raise the
ilu-t beyond blui, 1 follow ei) Ids trail
for a tit t lo way lu the dusk, then gave
It up. He was badly scared at least,
nml. there wasu't a chance that bo'd
M'P running fur miles.
When I got, back my, big brother met
"Vl'ill, Jim, did 0U get a dcerl" he
tul C J,
-.r.-.(r.ttr of vktn at. ot 9vtie,'
i.4 .!-. run :-.ji;.M::u .-.-A
I ;.it.r.T cj sisrrtsd Ms, and it ce'r
, ti.r.iy dae- not detrict from tba poll
er of a TTorr.:r. Id make a good corn
padon or to tcich and train her chil
dren Up to hih Ideab that she Uhould
hare Ibe adlanla.e of the higher edu
cation. II Is not eifentlal that a wo
man who knows much must conform
lo the unattractive manner and ways
of ,h ,, bluestocking; that
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'knowledge n source of discomfort to
mtf wl w)nm ,)p ftMocaM or
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,h F(l1,mIlt nr nln(nH of ., or
fn, , ,nvp nn nnprn.,rton nf
.,H.allty ,, ronlantP.
.,rrrl.ige .ormnl Sl.ilus.
.., , WBl )o hat
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mat status for woman, nnd, other
things being equal, she Is happier in
that condition thnn In nny oilier. Hut
Ihls Is far from paying that ti wo
man's life Is a failure beruusc she bin
married. The homo und thn family
(nre nucleus of (be highest bupplnesi,
but If circumstances nro such as to
force women lo accept husbands
whom (hey can not rnsiect and love,
and whom they would not marry 'ex
cept to escape u life of poverty, tho
houm und thn family are not likely to
bo u model or (o furnish nn Ideal,
. Saturday, July 2.
navloln Palls of Clyde, Ani. sp. a.
Saturday, July 2. ,
I'uget Sound ioriH !iicnrcl,n. nt.
I'uget Sound ports Hobcrtt f.wors,
Am. scb, u. in.
IN FORBIQN PORT
. Oaturday, July 2.
SAIf. FHAWI8CO Arrived July 2: S.
Mcjohurln heuco June- if,.
NQ.RK.OI.K Sailed Juno 3d; 8. 8.
. ylsdit, fpr. Honolulu.
1III.O- -Arrived June 29: Rehr. V. H.
MarHlnn', from San Pranclsco.
i m i i
Al, Colburn, a well known engineer
who has .many friends In Hawaii, died
at.,,thp .IJiicen's Hospital this morn
ing, CpHuirn was nt one tlmo chief
Fpkjncor, at Kiiknlau plantation nnd
laici' on was. employed at Fort Ruger.
'CulVolt your dog." said the agent. '
"Whnt'ilojjou want?" (ho woman ask
il. "Jf you don't call off Iho doc, '
I won't tell you," said Iho agent.;
A woman would rather bo a man's
last ,:rorrfdrj eo than hla first love.
".Vii. Tltailii cbaiice, but 1 tulsaed,'
I1 said gloomily,
' "Are job sure you mlsseUV i
I' told mni 'nt! about It.
,-Jim.'" fold, he, "1'JI bet you bit that
buck. We'li 'go iuc .' tbe Bisrnlng
and get I1I.-4." -
I dldu't ,feel very 'optimistic myself, '
but early uext morning ray brother
and I slsrlnl up the cauyon. When
we gut near the place where 1 bad
seen tlie deer tbere were fwVbr tbrVe
vullures sslllng lu lasy circles orei
hend. Looking arouud. we could see
Others, high up lu the air, comlug to
"You got that deer,"'iald my broth
er. "We're' Just lu'drae."
Kure enough, we followed up life
trail and found htm without much
trouble. He was bit a little way back
ot uo auouder.
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