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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1012.
DJV GN IMG
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLACE R. TARRINGTON Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ,
Per Month. unwlicio in l' S $ .7.",
I'cr Quartet, nn where In I'S 2.011
I'cr ear. anywhere In V S h.iiiI
Per Year, postpaid, foreign 12.00
"He who would siuiced must arm hirmclf with three vital and most
necessary Weapons. First, he must have ieaseles industry; second, he must
have limitless ambition of purpose; th hd, he must pancii unquenchable en
thusiasm, coupled with i determination to smcccd. Given these three, and
something else beside the gift of till agination and it matters not, I be
lieve, whether the life of a man begins in a cobbler's shop or a grocery store,
or whether it begins in such an illuminating joylulness in beautiful things as
that which brightened my early childhood. With any beginning, success
will, of a surctv, be his who mal(cs himself truh deserving of it." Howard
All I lonolulu should lie and U grn Icful lo all I'unaliou for tlie splendid
planning and letter perfect prccnlafioi of llie Pageant Riven in the Piinalion
Rrounds for tli; parents and friends of Punaliou pupils and especially for
the public schools children of the city. As President Griffiths has admitted,
il is hard work and evervone agrees Willi him that it is also worth while.
The whole scheme from start lo finish dcmonslralcs a spirit of progress
among the teachers of the institution thai lias been conicycd lo the pupils in
shaping to educational purpose iho youthful exuberance and loc of play.
ONE THING ORJilE OTHER.
' If the report be Iruc that the Governor during his trip east will make a
call at Washington and ask for a definite decision on the appointment of a
Governor for this Territory, we wish to, commend him for his good judg
ment. The present situation is not satisfactory to anyone and from the very
nature of it must retard much of lb- wor't of the administration. And it
is difficult to understand' bow anything cah be gained from a tenancy at will
proposition on which the whole Terrilorial administration rests.
What assurances the Governor has had. the Bulletin has not been
informed, But assurances from the best of sources arc weak strings at best
on which !o hang an administration program. This is especially Iruc when
an appointment has been held "up for months and a National election cam
paign is in full swing.
It should be "one thing or the olhci" as soon as possible.
WHERE THEHPEOPLE RULE.
(By M. M. Scott.) unwritten ones arc llexible In making
t,-.l,ln, Vlnh,,l M.,rrr llnllvrnf "'Rid W WrttlCII Constitutions. CltrC
Columbia I'lihemlty recentlv delivered
n inot thoughtful and Interesting lee
ture before the .Merchants' Club of Ht
Louis, tuklng the subject for his lec
ture, "Why Should We Change Our
Form of Government?"
The lecturer mentioned no names of
those who advocate a "clmnge In our
form of government," e.tcept by veiled
allusion From the tenor of his lec
ture. It can easllj be Been, by reading
between the lines, that his chief aim Is
to combat the- views of ex-I'resldent
Itoosevelt, and all Uium who are ad-
.oia.es ai w.e -raiin ,,rottrrsn.-
movement ill lie lepuoiican pany
lie tliunicierircs llie illumine, ril-
erendum and recall as (ending both
directly and lndlreitl to .oih.ert llie
great principle of repiesentutl.e gov
ernment, which our forefathers ordain
ed for both the federal and State gov
ernments I have read his labored leilure viri
carefully, but I can not there discern
anything brought forward by him
which would In nn respect revolution
ize tlio principles upon which repre
kejitutl.e go.irnmeitts are established
HvH-eiii!) to mi, he Ignores the great
triltli tlt.il linn. II... ...i,...!.. .-..to l.n
" v "' i"'T'" "'. ""
.forms or organs or uiachlnery are In-
stltuled through which the people can
exi.rees themselves in progress-I.e
movements If these forms, ur pigatis
"u i"vuiiiu,i. or invf generui
benellt, then It would follow as
l-ollary that they ha.e a right.. tind It
,n ...v.. .,.,, , unirim or iraiisiorni
those organs so that they ni,i readily
respond to the progressive benellt t,f a
miijorjly of the people This tail
seems to me lo bo serf-i. Meiit, titjil
he Inideiuy evrlessl,ig itsHf lhre
transformed organs or ma. hlnery- Is
pot reviflutlonnry. but e.oltitlonary
In his studies hi hlstorv and Juris
prudence, Mr Ilrjce lias iluiraileileil
mi ciyiMiiiiuoiiM us euner rigid or Ilex-
iuiu. iinueil eoiisiiiuuoiis are l Igfil
The Ilrollicr;-.SI.o,B fiot loynble "It was n frightfully bad piece;
eyes', kisbiihio lips, a hugsablo uliaii" Jery one whs In leirs. I wonder
nnd holdable hands. . j what Unit man finds to laugh nt?"
ins nisicr es, ami sno s got ic-
movable hair, adjustlhlo hips, j-olor,
puie urows uuu it transiernuie coin
Knlckor It muit he thrilling to
treacji'tvlierejuinn never trqil, beforo.
Itaekeft-Mt s. Try trnck'lnB tip your.
'wife's pot rug.
Per SK Months $ -Ml
Pit Year, anywhere In I' S . 1.0(1
I'rr Year, nnywhcio In Canada I.SO
Per Year, postpaid, foreign . 2.00
"-u' e tnken to provide that the
iiiuendliiK power be conip.irutlvelv
ia I'nless this be so, In progressive
growth, there Is a likelihood that revo
lutions will occur Going outside of
the constitution An janalogy Is u
Milt of clothes made by the good
motliir for her Ulckly grqulug boy,
which nts him to u nicety at the time
made. but. unlesH provision be made
tor letting out of the scum, us. the!
bo, grows. In any effort that he may
make, the suit Is liable (o burst. A
llcilble constitution, us that of (treat
llrltiiln ,'iiti rputmnit Immo.llittnle tn il
t lioiinlit ful majority of tho electorate
, cw OUS(, 0, i.ur.amellt
Ti. ......wntnllnn ,,r ll.n TTnlted
States has been almost worshipped by
the American people. It has been the
subject of panegyric and encomium by
the most thiiiightful 'Stuteslnen of Hu
rope. All acknowledge that it Is u
must wonderful organ nf go. cfiuucnt
expressing so much In a framework of
si, few ords II Is nevertheless one
of the most rigid of written constitu
tions It Is very dllllcult tn nuienil it
An amendment Is to be foi undated, de
bated mid passed by two-thirds of
both bouses of Congress, or by two-
.... ... . ...
minis or inn Legislatures of tho sev-
jB this iill'
! Not by any means The amendment
inmm,,,! , ,.,,cr 1)f lr,e wliyH ,
then bo sent to the scleral States and
I therein passed by three-fourths of the
Leglslalu'ies. or by conventions called
r,)r tlint purpose Thus It will be seen
that mi amendment of the fulled
((,.,, cstltutlo ,s to pafcs debjte
Willi the Ihree-foiirths approval nf over
soyenly numbers. This would seem,
th.orelleally, almost Impossible And
. it p.ovlug praetleally hnposslble.
j ereept In viry exclliihle nnd. ulmost
jre.olutli ry tlmes-as lifter the Civil
In istir. Hie fongiesh
i.issed mi act
b the President, levying s
"ilo lluds It easy In laugh The
piece is u biiccess and ho Is the
Mrs. Unwind' And mi two of our
k(mn aro Hoy Scouts. Whero tlo they
do most of their rcconnoltcrliiB?
Mrs. Coward In our refrigerator.
I'edernl Imiune tn III n iiu-o brought
hclote the (supreme Court In 1MI, tin
liu nine tn x was diel.ired uiicnnxtltu
tliin.il Congress then propo'ed iiiul
passed nn nuieuduient. so as to meet
the appro. ul of the Huprcmc Court, for
Congress to levj an Income lax. That
iineiidiiient hub si nt to the differ, lit
Stales, and nidi sixteen .curs, up to
the present time, It has been rutlllcd
lis a few nun e than u inajoilts of tip
Wales When will It become " law
No one call tell
'I hH net wns undoubtedly In neeorll
mice With the felling of 11 Mist lll.l
Jorll of the ilcclnifito of the I'nlted
States, ns n Just tux, hearing upon
those who lire able to pn), set nftei
sixteen j ours II Is no law
This Is lutlcxlhlllt with a veil
getinei ' It Is not surprising. Iberi
fore, that the people become resiles
iiiul dissatisfied win ii mi ml. acknowl
edged to be of geneinl In nellt h) plili
Ik ally nil the people, can not be put
Into ctTrl t Tills Is onl one llistnue,
of irnni.. that base oceuired In Federal
illation,, and there are hundreds in
Hie Hlute Boiernmcnts if a like na
ture Winn the people llnd that It Is al
most Impossible lo amend the eonsti
tiition. so that It can not be made b
Intirpri tntlon of llie highest courts to
express their lews, It is loo llkel.
that lhe will take extril-eonstltutfoli
ill oi ,'xti.i legul means In gettiiu.
ar'oiiid Its prn Isloiis No one pro. I
'Inn of Die constitution of the fulled
States gu.e Its makeis more pro
round satlsfm Hon than the section
setting forth the in.innir of elei till
the Pleshlenl It was the Intention ol
the fathers lo base the Pieslden.
i let led llnllti t tl , b, elei'lors chosen
b Hie peopl... one of (lie speakers
In the debates stihl llt.it II was as uel'
lo leave the sclc'tlun of color In a
blind loan ns lo entrust the election
of so exulted an oilleir ns the Prosl
il nt tn popular ,'leitloii This provi
sion worked wPh Washington, tint
neieV iiitirnnrils A Presldenl was
then pructlcull. iioiiilnnted beforehand
h. a small caucus of lending Congress
men 'llie people .been me illssatlslled
Willi this method nlul organized "The
National Nominating Con. eiillon" Now
llie. begin lo see that these (ouven
lions are likely to be ruled by leading
bosses, and the demand Is for u inori
popular expression In tho scli-ctloii of
it landldate for the Preshlene.
Thus. In maiij itf ipc KlatcH. the
l.i'Rl-l.i t iii-,-H ha.e passed primary lnn
win re e.erj voter can express his pref-
irenco for a eiiudld.ite for President
I litis the leiidcnc. has been. Is now
and will evidently grow, for it more
iinl.ers.il expression of the popular
will If they can not, nfter mature
Vonslderutlon, git what the,, think Is
lor the gent nil benellt In a changing
lonilitlon of snclely. by constltutlon-il
or legal means, ihey will sidestep the
whole thing and get a matters they
Il Is said lltat commerce begins In
baittr, goes through a process of money
exchanges, mid ends In barter, where
It began There Is no revolution In
llie process, but evolution
Likewise, history shows that In the
progressive Aryan races, e.ery gov em
inent begun In direct democracy, and
lias gone through representative de
mocracy, and Is ruining, to some ex
tent, back to direct democracy again
with nil due deference to President
Holler's labored and learned lecture
before the St. Louis Commercial Club,
It seems to me he has either misread
or misrepresented hlstorj or tho ten
dencies of (he times
Honolulu, April 30, 1912,
(Contlnu.d from Pag 1)
'ho house burned. This done, we re
Hirned lo town with the prisoners and
McDufllc, when nsked how lie col
Mm information which led him In go
auer inn Japanese, said that ho could
smell tho aroma of tho mountain d0.v
somn dlstllllen nwnv fr,n ll.n .llutlt
lory. It was ono of thn tnnst Rio.nnua.'
Tho Territorial Veterina
rian in his official reports
recognizes the efforts wo
are mking to supply our
customers with a pure,
rich milk from healthy,
That these efforts are suc
cessful is proved by en
dorsements experts have
given our milk.
rul rnlila ,ln I tic history of Iho police
Icpailmctit. It la believed that Iho
nleriuil Itowntio tiltlcliils will dike up
llio ensp. I
First Time, Get Caught.
"This la llie tlrht time that made
ikolchno," Said Olmtn mid t'vodu In
he hull el I n reporter "Wr heard
if llie luntiiifnrtdro tr tikolelino".ilille
'n Japan ntul wo decided lo mnto II III
ltt moiintitliiH of Piiiinliiu
"In .lapnii,'1 colilfnilcil Ihev, "II h
ml nnliiwful In ninke nkiilehnn. Wc
j'nko II 'out' ut lite In Hawaii, we
tiako II trciin ll-lpfivc. Wo hiivu been
n IttisliiPBst for n month, and the kiln
mil dlsllllcry weno thprr when wp ar
Ivcd In the inoiintnlnit. Wlicllinr they
.pre uspil bj Bomrhody else we iln not
know." i .
rlpcrlal Olllcdr Ilprgnu. who Hpcnks
lie JnpntU'Kii' lAilKtmgc fltipfill), asked
hem why they, mado oknlehno.
"Wo inmlp It becnusp I help was
lotnclhltig In II. Ho far, we have mil
old nny of tin- oknlehno we made,"
key said. "Wp hiwo not sold any In
he .InpaiiPtso r any nlhef peotle. In
act. DiIh Is Hip llrRt piodiicl of our
inrk mid before wo could do i.omc
ihlng with It wo vvprp caughl."
AccordliiK to the police, tllintn Is nil
ild olTetiilpr. Ilo ilpiiled lliin, howev
er, IIiIh 11101 lllllg W'Iipii asked nhoill II.
'I hp two .lapatipsp will hp Irldl na
mm ns tho prosecullou In read). '
Cliaplaln lahc, u publli hlghwii) and
t lhoruui;lifnip ncr which It Is elalui
'd pass hundreds of people during tho
6uise nt nn evening In their Journeys
ii nue tif Hip plnyhoiifcs In the amuse.
nent HPCtlon If Iho ells Is slated for a
empornrj iloslng nl the Inslnncp of
'onlrnclors v.lio nro In soon begin
inrk nn the IiIk C. M. t'noke building
villi Ii Is In adorn upper I 'oil slrcet
I'olluwlng close upon tho lieelH of n
pipipsl frnm Hip Pacllle ICngineerlng
'onipuny, who linvo the cnnlrael for
lip c mist rut Hon of Iho new Cooke
iiillillng. asking thai I lie I'll) and
I'otmly llnaid of Supervisors perinll
ho cninplele closing nf riinplnln Inup
lo Irntlle, comes a vigorous protest
from the owners of Yn Liberty Then
icr ami nlso oilier Inleickjcd proporly
owners. ' i
The matter now given promise of do.
selnpliiR lutu n hot mid spirited light
before the questloif Is thoroughly
lireshed out mid a decision forlhciiiu
In their letter to tlie Hoard, which
13 to eotno up In Ihd'icgulnr nulcr of
liiinlnpss nt n meotlHI. In ho held In
innrinw, tho Pacllle Engineering Com
pany nsk Hint (hey 'Ihi permitted In
ereit n feme ncrnss tllUplaln lane hi
a point where It lntci'secls Fort street
It Is pointed nut that tho building
under construction will be four slnr.
Ics In height. The itnilenliou is rais
ed Hint the laud iiTullablo for tho
structure Is Ion limited In area tn per
mit the storing of nmteilnl thero. In
the request for the complete closing
of tho public street, tho engineering
(ompnny attempts to point out that lo
leavo a1 nurrow pnssagowny open
might prove dangcrnlis to pedestrians
even under the best of conditions. Tho
promise Is made that so soon ns con ,1
Htructlon will perinll. tho streot could "
Im reopened lo vchlclo anil pedestrian
Tho management of Ye Liberty have
taken the initiative In Iho matter of
IHjllce force then started out nnd se- ln consequence ror hair a r "" , l-a . lotiim.indlitg at foil lllley. Kali,
Hired promlssorj poles In llie police exieutl.e olllees didn't know lor cer-,;. uHsunie uiimaml of the Depart
ileparjiiieiilkind ut'tlic Jail. I think tain Jusl what bad be, nine of. the chief , f (Jn)irhrnla, nlllt heaihiiiarler..
These' n'pgi were ,tilso liandled then cceullie of the fulled Klulcs All (lt siull iranilsco. at fort Mill v. Cal
by a pliigbv Manket -note. Indorsed by ll""r"l,B '""B ,l,(' President was at i Juno i.xt. on llie conipletlou of the
Trent. McCiindless and another prom- ' nrl ! Iia prli Jle.olllce apd received ,, ,irs(. (ll t10 (m l(1 oervlve S'chool
Inen) Demirt ral, and business man, anil lalleis occasionally be slole'a 'look ' ,,, ,., mipj,
lite pole llmj dud,, out was ti,l(en by,"' ,lu- blue' sky outside, or Inhaled the , ..'.
one of the lec-Jll b.inRs. breath of siiniimr that c.inie drifting j,,,, ,,, i,o,Js. a wholesale Hie
"This nole'Vas due last t'ovember. "Hough the windows ,IIM (llJ t. , jnereli.uit, Kill ml I Ills
I uiiilei stand, aud when the, tlnnicume
i- for piiMiieut. Hi ludlyhly.Ll. promissory
.Inolos were still. itTitstaurtiiic, although
ill every Insl.loeel fi.eeiiti onsMiiiK.
, where men had been discharged fiom
(he polh,e departnient, sninelhlng had
been paid on thini.
"MiCundless ami Trent, bad lo pay
nir tho note at the bsnk, and now the
afteriiinth Is their attempt to. get the
money rroin the Individual notes."
It Is expected that pretty soon bo
other gioup or notes will be the sub
ijecl or an iilleinpt nt colleetlon, also
I That MeCnnilless has hurt his polll-
leal prospects, seriously is (lie belief
of thoso who are Seeing how "sore"
some of the nole-givrrs now- are. They
, think that .MiCundless held olT action
until after he was safely nominated by
, the conveiitlun, mid then let tho del-
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(.Special Cubic to Merchants'
Thursday, May 2.
II1LO Hailed, May 1, 4 p. in., 8. S.
Moxlciin, for Snllmi Cruz.
POUT TOWNSL'NI) Arrived, Mny I.
bktn. T, P. Umlfih, riom Ililn, April
V. fi. A. T THOMAS Will dock nt
uccanlr whmf Bnlurday mornlm:
from Manila mid will sail for San
frmiclEco via Pnrlland, Oio., ut R
p. m. I Im sumo day.
A meellug of tlto Hawaiian Wom
en's Political Orgnnl7allon Is belli;
held this nfleinoon In tho lllinmi 'Ho
tel. I'cillowlng the General dlHeussloii
of the organisation, cilllcers fur Iho en
suing jenr will bo elected.
I'red. II. Turrlll Iciday was appoint
ed administrator of thu cstnto of v. 11.
Whlttaker liy Circuit .ludge Whitney.
unuer uonii in tho sum of $100.
A bargain If cold at once. Six rooms,
3 bedrooms) gat, electric tight, city
vvnterv rewer, Tino residence street,
Maklki, If sold on or before April 30
can bo bought for $2303. Easy terms.
IiUltINd YOUIl AHHKNt'i:
1TIOM Till! ISLANDS we am
preparnl to manage our pstnlo
and look nflir our Interests
here You will llnd It gieatly
to otir niHiititngn to place llie
management of jour affairs with
a responsible coiicirn.
Come mid sec us nn to terms
l Co., Ltd.
024 DETHEL STREET
President Tuft has pla,ed his llrst
game of golf of Hie spring seasop. and
. nft for luncheon with the in
teullou, so far as anjone knew, of re
I, ,!S?Asrr-T-TiNfvfr-r-mMV7tr '
iS Developers that Stand, r
L-JLJJ oxidize especially so In this cHtriatc. The only way wc can lLjJ '
V positively ntsure you of good rctnlti in developing end (3 !
MuL4 printing is by mixing our developers daily and handting Cr5)2d
slS each film individually. , i&JXS
ffl Go to Gurrey's ffl: !
Kahnukl Ave. K.'i Iimil.i ; 1-bed-.
room cottage,, with lol, well
Improved, 100x150 JOU
Iliilhllug lots, Paloln Hill, Ma lion
Valley and Kalmukl,
House mid lot, Pulolo ltd 'Si'OU
' Houses for Rent
AVnlulao mi S H It.
Miitm.i Valley 'i "
Manoa Valley 2 "'
Oth ami Paho.i Ave 11 "
Koeaumoku & Pomlnls.. "
Pawmi, nr. King St
U'Cr, Matlock Ave.
Lumilllo St. ...'
MLSSAOHK Kofi KII1P.S AT Kl!
uf:'i:m:i tp to ii kvi:iiy
JtHiJiliig lute in ' (he afternoon ff
I wasn't long nfler the 'usual hour for
i his return, liowover, when one of the
i ushers In the While House enlbsl up
the unices by . telephone. The Presl-,
'dent, he ahl. hud gono golllpg, mi-j
pii.Hlitly without ii visible partner, but
with ils sweater, his. sticlts' mid Ills,
, old gniy cap I
, While House olliel.lls were bewli-l
deied.ibiit Investigation prnvCil thai It
was all true, that the President was i
'mil oit the Chevy Chute links. vvilll h)s
old golling opponent, Heneral Clarenie
It IMKiirVls. ehlefofflld bliro.iirriil I
I suhir ullalrs j
j Stores of the President's games mo
, kept almost ns state secrets, but it t
1 was in.idi) .kiiov. u Unit .he vanquished
the general by one hole It .Ins his I
' lirst game, ton, Wncu ho plnvoil with
!o.eiuor Hailley of Missouri, at Hie.
' . Sedalla Country Club laft September,!
i whin he was u few days out on 111-. '
Jong Western trip I
j nrlcidlcr Uenei.il Waller S Sehiii -
inolher was Mary Hale Lovve. a rela-
ll.e of Nathan Hale of 'hlstor.
SO 111 '
II. It. 115 OC
' - 45 00,
House and lad, Palaina I l,50
House mid Lot, P'.il.im.i...... . 2,00
lluiiM! and Lot, Asjlinn ltd. ... 1,760
lliisliie.ss Properly, tlucen at. .. 15,000
lliilldliiB Lot, Iler-tanla St... S5.000
House mid Lol, Kill Ave., Kill
niukl .-, "X-0
llillldlug Lota, Krmilii 1,000
lluslness Propirly. Kuktil Lano 3,f,00
Guardian Trust Co.lld.
Second Floor, Judd Duilding
NO STRAPS TO CLEAN,
Made of the -best Im
porltd llugllsii rigsklu
Koriueil to III closo wllli
Shoe Co., Ltd.
10D1 Fort Street
That'i what our Diamonds ro.
Our stook Is particularly clean
and flaw Us, and tno variety
embraces every )zo and color. '
In mounted stones we have an
Immense assortment of Ring,
Brooches, Scarf Pine. Lavalliers,
Pendants, etc.. set with Rubles.
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
WHY THE SKY IS BLUE "
I'ulil a fovv years ago no one knew
what made Hie sky blue nnd thero aro
mine who do not hcllevo It wns ahvayn
The leason for llie blue initio sk
was dlscniered by Jnliu Tyndall, an
ICngllsh prnfesso wl'o has wrllleti
some very learned books about thu
nlr mid espeeliilly nhiiut tho wny It
arfccls light mid hound.
TMiclnll obseived Hint Iho hky wna
nut blue at ulghl, hut almost black ex
ceiil In muntillghl. Ilo also noticed
thai the blue of the sky Is not thu
Hume In all putts of llie world, so ho
c n i ft luded thai I hero must bo somu
Ihlug in llie nlr Ihal ih IiIiio and not
In the sky nt all and Ihal ns thorn
wore dlirerent things In Iho air at dlf,
feruiil plnics this would account for
the ilirtoroiico in Iho color of tho Bky,
aajs Iho Now York Hun.
The ulr thai surrounds thn earth l.t
full of cinmlleis liny spetkn of dual,
If Mill see a Minhenni Blreamlnq
ihrough a small hole In a d.uk part
of Iho bain vnu will easily soo millions
or liny spe'eka tif duut floating all
Ihinugli tho my of light.
When we nro mi closo to them Ihey
iippi-ir lo ho a i eddish yellow, or wo
might mil llic'i vM'r. but when
thoho Hpeiks lite n uieat dlsta .co olf,
away il. In Iho ul'v. nnd Mi" i in
shines nn ll.i.fi, tlie ca ni'i ic1 ct
any nf iho eolnr rays hack In our oj.,s
except tho hluo 01101, nnil si llie whole
sky looks hluo to ns.
Vnu may hnvo beep In thn ninuti
Inlns when snmo of tho peaks were
mi far off Ihey looked hluo, although
ou know finite well that thny nro cov
ered with greou trees. lied brick
buildings look bluo when they are
very faj off because tho other rays ar6
lost on tho wny to our cyo. .
rrtUij k JuV J.JI..V.