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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H, FRIDAY, 3EPT. IS, 19tt.
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L(iml to tho ilciniimls mnilo uum it in pruwutiiUlu nnd cur.ihlc.
It is ciui"cl hy wouy, giicf, oMAsst, overwork or oci-stimulu-tiim.
The fitst thing to In; ilonc is to top tlie nunc of the tioulilc, if
oil)lc. Jf not, do tho lict w win to stop it. ftnt BiiHirieiit food,
tiikc nt, Ica-t eight lioun rt"-t c.icli diiy, mid for medicine n-e Dr.
WillinmV J'ink Pills for L'nle People, 11 tonic for the Wood jind
iitnci. Aoid stiiiiiil.inl or medicines th.it mc highly .tiiiiiiliiting.
Mrs Mario 13. lluton, or No SO" Sunol street, linn .lose, Cal, sa)s. "My
norcs wore In a shattered condition j was terribly nriuius and com
ilctol run ilon n 1 couldn't sleep at nil nnd frequently hud trjIiiR npcltn
I u.is very thin mill nil of my friends Hpoko about how liadly I wns look
Ing I beenmu no kI. k Unit I thought death was tho oii thing 1 could
look forward to A friend of mine recommended l)r Willi mis' I'lnk Pills
for P.ilc People nnil, although 1 had been sick for months, I could see such
an Improvement that It was almost miraculous I kept on with the pills
until I was intlioly cured I lmo never been without them since and I find
them uneipinlled for toning up tho system whenever olio Rols run down."
' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People cine in ruins di-onlei?
hy luiilding up the IiIihmI witli, the delimits th.it the limkin-dimn
iicncs reipiire. This is the only wny in which the iicitcs enn ho
iciiched, Incline they get nil their noin i-luiu nt fiom the IiIimhI. It
is c.i lied the tonic tieatnitnt mid i not conliiiul In mjumis diordcis,
hut is even nioie effectm) iu common troubles, such nsyieurnlgin,
ncuou hciidnclies, ncnous i!apqia nnd St. Vitus' dunce.
If ui arc Inlorcslcd Kcnd to
day for our booklet, "Nervous
Disorders, u Method of Homo
Treatment." It Is freo
l)r Williams' Pink Pills arc
sold b) all druggists, or will
be sont. postpaid, on recolnt of
price, fn cents per box: sl .1
boxes, ur.li. lr Ilio l)r. Wll
llnms Medicine ," Company,
grows in pop
ularity. It fits.
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-like model for
the young man.
With the popular high heel
And all the Crossett com
"AfJs ; Hilt Euf
TMt MASK r
v $4 to $C everywhere
Lewi A. CroMett,Iac,Mafatl
Manufaciirer's Shoe Co.
X Congmcssniiiii Kjlm of Californl i
StyU th M IK yv
jjnndo n vls't of Inspection to Poarl
LMIIarlMir )CHt'iuluy, Indiillng n trip to
41110 l ort hiniplwniclii furtlricii'lpns.
fcv'As ho stated whin ho arrived In Ho
tT nollllll IL few iIiivh nirri. Itn lii erentlv
rlntorcstcd n tho ilufcuho plans for tho
ujLtfinHiiiijn nun wim u i iii muKo n per-
isonal Insnci (Ion of tho work iiccom-
SiIIhIiciI nnd that under wny and
K JO Tlm tug Navijo took tho follow-
fer In,. . ...! I., il... Ii.il.r... r...... ,1... .....
(SA"' 1",J '" ...w ,. limn wit, uii-
pvju siiiiiiiii iii'iu; t niigrossiiian Knnn,
llllgiidlur-Omt, M M Macomb lloat
r,dmlrnl Cowjiis MaJ. Wouten, MaJ
rliuhoilake, C'spt Cartoi, K M. Da
mon, II, K, ninl Waller IMIIIimlmm
!'. 13. I'lixlnn, A. (Iltrtlny uiul ActlllK
(Imi'Hior K A, Moll-Hiultli
CoiiKramuiiiin Kuliii ihMioskc tho
Bljliiiliibi r nf f'liiuiptli'n mi tlm "Aiiki-
plum MuidiHliI Miillnu" ut 3 o'llmk
tillU lfll II'MMI
U1H5 t ltliirl.il muni. - 'AfAl
Ibiuliuai iifilrr, 'llii'ir nrr Hid till"
ll'llOMD UUIIIulTI uMu II H 1 1 0 1 1 M,
XinmHlluiiin, nminia uxliatis
tioii, norous (leliil.ty or ncnom
piu-ttrtition whntcvcr you inuy
rliwe to cull a condition iu
which the nun otts t-stcm U tin-
Sitielar) IL P. Wood of tho Pro
motion Committee has Issued his call
Tor tho kccond Pun-Paclflc congress
to bo held hero on Kebrnnn 19-24 of
next jcar. An Invitation has been'
sent to nil foreign countries and tO
all tho states of the mainland. A,
wider scopo has now been called for
than that embodied In tho .first call
sent out Inst year. I
Among tho many things that ho
suggests might como up for delibera
tion tho following aro tho main onos:
Tho Isthmus of Tchuantcpcc, tho
now trade rou(o. .
Tho Panama Canal.
Hawaii as n mldiiaciflc clearing
Tho 1UI5 PflnumvPacllic Interna
International maritime law; needed
Tho sanitation of tho Pacific.
Doxeloninent nf rniiimnrri. nn thn
Paclllc as It concerns tho I-ntln-Amc-!
rlcan countries bordering on this great
Mosquitoes ns carriers of dlseaso!
mid tho nccessit for their cxtcrmina-j
Tho valno of tho destruction of rats'
from economic nnd health stand-!
Tho difficulties occasioned tho tour
ist li) the vagirles of currency an I
exchango In tho Par 13ast.
Excursion trips on tho Pacific.
Australia and "Niiw- .Zealand for
home builders. ' I
The policy to be followed by, Ha
waii In tho trcitment of' othor .races.
What can bo deno in iroinoo tho
coming tif students 'from Japin fl'nd
Chln.i In greater numbers to tho unl-i
vciaui-s iiiiu uuiiugvs oi mo uniicu
At the annual melting of tho Oiun
lr Chili liull U?1 night there wus a
big turnout of members and many
mutters ucro tnkn up Walter Dil
lingham has retired ai president of tho
club, and J, I) .Milncrii) was ilettpd
to the piltlnn, with W, II Wnlkir us
llrsl k-iresldeU nnd Ocorge C. Pot
tt r as secoml tlicpriNlilenU Tho re
maliidiT of the olllicrs elected at tho
intetlng wiro us follows: J, O Young,
In ifciircr; V M Kendall secretary.
The hold the same posltlona, last )iur.
The bo ird of illr-itorh Is (iiinposcd nf
i: I. HpiildliiB, II C Carter, It. II
Hoot li nnd Abu Lunli Jr.
PROFESSOR DUNCAN OPENS
UP HIS NEW QUARTERS
Them mii a luge crowd of Invited
mints nt I'rorcHior Dunian's gwniui
I ii m last ululit nnd nit had n good
tline. 'Ihii hall uns ill ( oriitnl mid
Iniilli-il extiiiuel)' ell Professor Dllll
(an was Ml)- iiiihim to sen sn iiinuy
fib lids prrnuil Ml Ihs huiiHiiunriiiliiKi
i ml ixpiits u so mioilur lurgu tnmil
pi I Mill hs I'M llU
yiHfS iililiirlnl riiiimi USftO
lnitliiiaii iiniii', iliii art' llii' lilt"
(iliuim iiiiinliiia uf tlm llu villi.
(Continued from Po 1)
they liavo never rrgnlncd their power.
At tho 'present time wo nro paying
$2r,n,00O,O00 to other countries for car
rying our Aincrican-mado goods. Kcn
nt tho time when the great American
fleet went around tho world there
wcro foreign vessels carrying sup
plies nf coal to them.
"The ship subsidy bill was defeated
throe years ago hy t lire A votes and
last year hy ono vote. Wo of tho sea
board will keep on fighting until wo
get It, passed. Among tho many rea
sons as to why c have not a power
ful merchant marine, all American
ships hao to bo built In American
) ards and with American labor and
material. With tho high cost of labor
and matorlal this adds fifty per cent
In tho total cost of tho vessel.
Ma gen n Factor.
"Thq wages paid to tho men and
crew of an American ship nro ery
much higher than thoso paid In tho
sen ice. Our American navy laws re
quire certain rations for tho men and
as a matter of fact thoso aro much
better than thoso ghon to the men In
the nay. All these Items of expense
ndd considerably to tho cost of-,inaln
Most foreign governments also sub'
sldlio shipping. Up to recently when
larger ,shlps wcro put onto tho run
betnoen, China and Japan and San
Francisco, tho threo csscs,were get
ting $.100,000 per annum from tho
Japanese government as ship subsidy.
Now that larger and bettor vessels
hao been put on the run they are get
ting (1,200,000. Germany ghes to its
steamship lines special privileges
which enable them to compete with
success with other lines of other for
eign countries. Italy, Franco and
England all give subsidies In one form
or another nnd ns a consequence the
ships of theso nations havo Increased
in number from year to year.
"Tho opposition In tho United Stages
comes largely from those sections of
tho country which are removed .from
tho seaboard nnd there is a Strong
sentiment In tho Southern States
against subsidizing tho steamship
lines, tt Up to the present only ,two
members from the south hae de
clared In favor of that form of pro
tection for American shipping. A de
mand for legislation s growing
throughout the States, however, and
the time mu;t come when something
will be dono to rehnbllltato, the Amer
"The law passed on March 3, 1391,
allow a ocean mall pay at the rata, of
three dollars per inllo on the outward
oyagc. This has been found to tbo
entirely Inadequate and a well organ
ized movement has been ,rnado and Is
already under wnv to Incrcaso tt to
at least four dollars a mllo so that
American ships may bo ablo to com
pete with tho vessels of foreign coun
tries to tho porta of South America,
Australia and tho Orlont. ,
"There are many people in Honolu
lu who want the coastwlso trade laws
abrogated between theso islands and
tho mainland so far as passengor
traffic Is concerned. I havo constant
ly been opposed to such legislation.
I feci that It will drive tho few pas
senger ships that you hac plying be
tween tle mainland and Honolulu out
of tho passenger, trado entirely. It
has been (Contended that freight pays
the running or n. slilp and that tho
passengers aro only nn Incldont Jn
tho service. If that wcro the fact and
If the accommodation for passengers
In the American ships wcro entirely
eliminated It would not require ves
sels of 17 or 18 knots to niako tho
run. Freight ships of ten knots
would be able to handle tho freight
business quite adequately.
Mutter of Patriotism.
' "Hut I hollovo that wo ought to bo
patriotic enough to want U travel on
Amorncan ships oven If they aro not
quite so largo or. commodious as the
Japanese ships coming here. A com
plaint Is mudo that tho passengers
cannot bo accommodated and Chat
thero aro times when It Is necossary
to watt over a ship in oidor to secure
suitable accommodation. This expe
rience Is not unllko th oexpcrlenca
that hundreds of thousands of Ame
ricans undergo ever) jcar In tholr
orient to get to Kuroie, Indeed In
recent years it has been found no
cossar) to book months In advance in
order to securo adequate accommoda
tion. It is the Kittno on tho railroads.
Tlmo and again passengers havo to
wait over until they can securo good
"I am told h) tho managers of tho
stonmshlp companies hero that the
occasion very rarely arises when al
tho accommodation Is taken. Thoy
contend that at nearly over) sailing,
tho) havo accommodation for inoto
passongor Oia n apply, The) glo
figure to siilmtautlaU) Ifholr statu.
bifiniciitM. f thoso be truo mid' I do
not mu mi) reason to doubt tlium,
tint cnrlalnty llmm should ho no com.
pin I nt from tlm peuplo on that core,"
Mr, Kulm lliou milled Unit by nut
lukfhK for lliu aliidgiilloii of tlm
rinutulmi laws lilt) pcoplu of Hniiii.
Inlif will io imslMliiK In lliu mmi
iiioiit (iir a Hii'Mli'i Aini'ih'uii nun Inn
IIm mUii iiiihiIIuiimiI Ilia furl nf Miiiumi
uin nllivr lily mvii tutting, mi niuivl
AT THE PLAYHOUSES
Good houses at tho Illjnii tho Um
pire nnd the ftutoy nttcst the fact that
nil of these'lhi'alvrs recently hac bcon
furnishing nttructlte bills.
The llljou has a good slnglng'palr In
llrown ft Itolilmon, who opened last
night to a big house. They are above
the ordlnAry, thounh the enor's tones
are often strained and he has not the
find open sound Hint his partner dis
plays Tho llljoc It strong musically
Louis Ilrlght, at the Minplre, did not
npprnr to such good niUnntngc Inst
night ns she has prexlously. On the
whole, hnwoer, the empire's hill Is
not n bnd one
The h)piiotlats urn at the nny, nnd
the police arc furulihlng the adcrtls
Ing for them
N. W APPLES
FOU SOUTH SEAS
SKATTI.K, Wash, Aug. 28 -An or
der fqr lift) -eight carloadit of Wash
ington upples, ths largest of lis kind
crr placed with u Seattle firm, has
just been obtained by J. V. Potties &
Co, from an Aus'rallan nnd New Zea
land firm. The Initial shipment, con-
slstlnir nf eltrht inrloiitN of YnklmA
Jonathans, Is now jielngt plckei and
packed 'and wltl tie18hlppe4i0Tn,'V4n-
comer, h c, next Hunun). rue dsi-
j nee of the order will bo tilled during
the next two orMthrco months, ship
ments to be mudo on so en different
ftcumcrs sailing either from Sun Fran
cisco or .Vancouver.
Thoipra'cf. which aggregated 28,500
boxes. Is not only the largest eer
placed with, a Seattlo commission
house, but Is iiImi significant In that
the W'aslilngjon frilt will be rcshlppcd
all ocr the South Kras, tomo of tho
apples een going to Africa. The first
two shipment'1--a 111 -be ?omposcd of
Jonathans. The other shipments'' will
be made up of small, hard, red arle-
tlcx. Including Wlhcrtapg and Missouri
pippins. In four nnd a half and llc-tlcr
pucks. The fruit, wilt be unloaded .at
. . i t i t
, -.jLii i!m
The lucrative 'fob' of deputy har
bormaster la one that Is stirring i)i a
number of prospective candidates, al
though only lone 'application Is said
to have been mado with tho harbor
board as yet. In reality the deputy
will be a clerk, a sort of secretary to
the harbormaster, but no salary has
been provided for such a position, so
the board will bavo to namo him as
liobert Cathcart and Ned Crabbo
are among thoso talked of for the po
sition. Crabbo has a lot of backing
among business men and particularly
thoso In tho transportation lines.
8; 10 a iil. 80;
a in, 74; 8 a, m
noon, SI; morning
minimum, 70. I
nitrometer, 8 a. ni, 30 01; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in , S 8S8 grains pcrJ
cuhlC foot; iclatlce humidity, 8 a.
l'i per cent ; dew point, 8 a. m , 62.
Wind 6 a. m, eloclty' 8, direction
II; 8 a m. vcioej'V, ip. .direction1 NE;"
noon, eloclt):0,)fllrecUon NE.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m . 02 Inch. . .,
Total wind movcnenWurmg 2thour
ended at noon, 210 miles
WM. D STOCKMAN,
Hoc! ion Dlrector.'lT. H Weather liurcau.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Enttrod for Rtoord Stptimber 14, 1911.
First Am Bavs . Tr Co I.til to '
James I Holt far Rid
JamcH I, Holt nnd wf to Iam
Heo () , D
JiiiiKH I, Holt and wf to I.nu Hal
Kle (w)' , D
Heerlnu I, Wulti.-H and hsh et nl
to Dunk or Hawaii Ltd M
Tho lilggcst tobacco st)lpment to Kit
ropn from Iloston In years, containing
7S.000.000 smokes, went In tho hold or
tho Wlnlfredliin of tho l.eyland line,
IMunrd Vfin IVIt, a Urother-lu-law
itf Hnnnlnr iVnrl,. .if I 'fillf.tr.ilti ul.,t,
II llil bill Ail 'In, fl.i j Ml niln II nn utuk
'" nil"." HMiiva MiiiiiM Wl l (HH.T
of Khilbytllle, Ind.
III tho shipping lino and said that
tills pointed to hatter nindilloiis, "I
lliipn," ho continued "lliilt lliu 1 1 mo
will rouiii when MiMltlonitl ships will
bo built Uiul will (iiiiiipitio fiiviirnbl)
, wii thiwii if fuitilgii imlloiis anil linn
uil "III nil help mil hy kUIikc tlifmi
.Miii'iicun snips urn luiiidli, of )iuir
)iii run Mini
rtlli'HUer )ni MVi
A MAN WILL BE HYPNOTIZED
AND BURIED UNDER SIX
, . .FEET OF EARTH
THE OltKATHST THST KVEH
MATINEE SATURDAY, 3 O'CLOCK
ADULTS IDc, 23-; CHIMHIEN 10c
Monday, i iVVsdnuday y.FrUay
t WBETTKItTIIAIYlihli j J
toifman and Carroll
I ExtJaorcflnsry-Sfllt ot
Vaudtvill' Charmlfiu Vocalist
Fox and Claire
Nsvsr a Miss William Tell Outdona
NEW MOTION PICTURES
"BRICKLAYER AND HELPER"
.Y ,UJng own scenery
Vivian and Allen
Nsw Comsdy Acrobats Cracksrjaoki
Kunz and Kunz
Artistic Initrumtntal and Vocal Act
Com Early and Avoid the Rush
SUNDAY, SCPTEMBER 17
Tw;p cjames - '"rwo"OXttJ
i-n. A. C. vs. -HAVyAIIS ,
ijl-39-J. A. C. vt! STARS
Prioos.,.7.' S9e, 25c 16o, 10o
Reserved Meats for center and wlnn
4 -grtndBtsnd can bo booked at E O.
Man & Hon a sporting department. Uin
trance. .King street.
Tl'okets on salo at M." A. Qunst's
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 a.'-m Sunday.
V1SALIA, Cal.. Aug. 18. A ton dol
lar hunting license, tho first that has
been 'sold hy the county clerk this
jcar, has been sold to Carl J, Smith
of Hllo, Hawaiian Islands. Smith la
now In the mountains enjoying a va
cation, and his application for u hunt'
Ing license waa telophoptd in to tho
fw.mt.r .In.l.'. ..... (... A ..!..... Kf,.f
."'MIM VIV1AD I'lllVU Itf HUUIUf) llll-
fi'tt, who has an agene) at Ixmon
Covo, for the regular $1,00 limiting
license. He did not have tho wn onos,
however. Ho collected tho prlro nt
U'nion Com and County Clork Colnirji
has niallcd tho llcenso there
Smith must pay $10 for Ills hunt
ing license bocauso ho Is lint a rest
don! or thl stato, Tho only differ
eneo In the llcenso Is that "0'' Is
laiiii(i in eiicli c'iriier uf It and l(s
color Is Kri'i'ii mid whlto, whlo the
$l,ii0 lldnisus uiu liriiwn ami while,
I'niiilKinrs uiu (liiirnui 2&iin fur a
nulling llimiitii hi(uiia I ho uru li'il
elioiilii nf lhl iiiipiI) and llii'io ,
ii'iisi's mu hliin mm whlin In mlnr
Miiiiii tf lie ivn.i's lime lieaii su
Every' department has re
ceived its sharbf ' .. '
' L-i! l.fiitii i,r
during the last two weeks.
Our Fall line of
is; 'especially ,:;hands6n1e "..this
season. s They are now ready
All the latest novelties in
. ii m
TORONTO, Aug. 24 Though tho
election that will decide the fato of
reciprocity will not be held for more
than three weeks, practically every
thing else Is bolng neglected In On
tario, an agricultural and Industrial
province. It. U Borden .leader of tho
Opposition, has made more than thir
ty, speeches In Ontario and will devote
Ifila rest of his time, to ,Quobcc nd the
maritime prdvlnces where 'his own
'seat at Halifax Is supposed to be In
' In a speech at St. Jerome today Sir
'Wilfrid I-aurlcr, the I,remier,,'M)irtM
his audience by announcing that Wdo
feated In his light for reciprocity In
the coming elections ho wculd retired
at' once and forover from public lfo
and would not lead the Opposition In
tho next Parliament
'2"Rest to me la very sweet now."
,sald the Prciriler.raBd IJ,.defeited.riol
n wora oi reproacn win pass my lips.
Premier Laurier will return to On
tario next week and make speeches
In' rural constituencies. The p cities
aro strongly Tory, and the votes of
tho farmers are expected to decide tho
election. Blr Wilfrid haa addressed
half a dozen meetings In his native
Province of Queboc, which has given
him his working majority In every
Parliament since that or 1896. Hla
reception has beon so enthusiastic us
to renew tho confldenco of his follow
ers. itjii'i if t vi.
). Owing to the amount of business
that has develoned as the! result' of the
establishment of tfc' through VervlceH
A n.Hnntn .ln' ll..llln Ifnll .....n . a. I
iu niiMiiia, .iiu I uciuu IA1 cu,ii,ltu
hs decided to keep five steamers on
the through run. Tho Pennsylvania
anil Aitec are stllltat the. Union Iron
works being converted 'into oil burn
ers. The ponierslnn of the (Mtv nf
fl'arn wps cqnipletod soinu InontliB ugof
apu nas proven so suLcessiui mat the
company probably will convort the en
tire Panama fleet and possibly the
trnna-Paclllo liners Into nil burners.
'I ha Puniiaylunl will ha flnlsheil unit
I unity In oao hum Hoptumber 'ii mid
the Allen will be r-uuly fur norvlco by
lliu end nf tin) liimitli, Tlm Hmiisus
I'lly uiul I'uru w be kept nn the
tlirmiHli run Mli lh I'l'iinsylviiiiiu,
Plly nf I'M a ami ,ten (tlniiiirii
Tlm mnMi union nf fnilllHntJiMis uf
lliu I'wimiini iiiiml will livvlii at lh
I'm Mc vniiuiiiv nf llio wutvrMr,
QUITIF ttfES " 10 TRTT FLIGrft
11 ' ' I IP l'l M
,i. , l
1 M i II I
and Hot.l Straits 'Phone 1M2
SAN KnANCISCO. Cal , 8cpt. 4
William It Coats, a San Francisco
aviator, who has rntrrcd the ocean-tn-ocenn
lllglit which will begin on tho
Paclllc Coast durl lg this week,ahas his
Blerlot aeroplane, hi which ho Intends
to make the Mlit'.it, on exhibition on
Klllmore street, lictween Eddy and
Ellis. The mechanicians who are to
(icceiippany him (yLhl ntttroDtn cress
'tlib continent In A licuvleVihiln-uIr inA
chine nro busily engaged. In recover
Ing the planes vlth a rubber-linen
composition of cloth and braclnff all
C..?.lA-2ft.. ,.... .!.... ...Ill ...III.. ,.... ll.n
(Nrus,'.pj4llH I1IV, l III Hlllinuiiiu A1V
varied winds through which It wlll'bo
necessary to pass !,
Coatfc.Js being put forward jpd
bacwd li his ex'nc by a cnm'pioiy
of ranchmen In the Sacramento Val
ley, where ho has heen tr.lng nut tils
Unaclilne fiir the pmt four months He
I will 'not dlvulKo thVnamcii'or hfs back
ers, other than to sn) that he will bo
furnished with all lhe fmidJ necessary
for the" trip "
Coats has chospn tho northern route
for Ills Journc), ami will follow the
Southern Paclllc-'Inlnn Pacific routoto
Chicago Krcm tluro ha will follow tho
Nickel Plate Ilallroad Into New York
Ho' will make his i scent from Van Ncsa
avenue, near Sutter street, about sun
rise Homo tlmo during the latter part
of tho week.
Hert Cash and John Hudson, his two
meclMM.Ic(alia anil Charles Patterson,
Ills manager, will follow his flight on
AlU-rAIIMI' Mill IIUTUIII.il.
In tho October niimbor of the Mld
Pacjfla Magazine, nut today, Prof.
Wllllahi A. Ilryan of tho College or
Hawaii tells an unusually IntoresllnR
xlory Qf.tho biydjllfo In tho Hawaiian
resenntlon ecoully croatcd. It Is
The October number Is unit of llm
best Issued. A feature thut may Im
nnliul Is tho fact that Queen I.HIuukit
laul, King Miiliiafu nf Hamiia and tlm
King nf Kill arc all glvnn a biography,
fllililiailnii llm fiat llmt all hao ot
The nuuilier Is a iiiiikuiIiiu nf I law I,
fur inmiy ciiunlilus nf tlm wnild mid
(jiltikis uniiiii (lii'ieln are iiu'lni lip.
-UUITIN API fAY'