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T.: !) V. JANTARV ,1,7 .Mr wt.kkt.y. " 1 V .: pslnted to black- and whil with cjrrln round it ftix Jnehe wide. A blind man at a'thonnsni yard' Jistne could, hit tb liltck ri taittmii ny fllfflrulty. r v . , . .,. A , .' fH J. W. .lone hnjfipehed OB1 th (M shortly tr the comple tion of Jhfi Jah and he wondered overmuch ' why ft' bullscy sheuld deeOrstf., rllng wall.. ; H rifbbed bl flnirer e'n- and dlacnvered Uhiit th paint ra wet. 'Ha had almost ttecided niton a eonrt-martl! w4en fftllided ih Sharp., -Th latter gav tha Ad C'lnb hailing 'KV xflftine the er.or.and pe6 brooded once again around Ve Bnngfttow. ' ' : ' jo.- ",' ;;:v,vi,v ... v . -v . Wake Vp, Hilol . . i i. ..... . a.VI In som way r other the people of, Hio, or aorae of them at ieast, appear to have missed the whole point of the Aitlrism directed to ward their board of supervisor for the failure to' com through rhe-rfully with aufllflent fnnda to pnt tb county account on aa ven balnnc 'fbr once, 'judging from what ha been reported of the meeyn f ihe Hilo hoard of trade there in a' strong nndoreur rent of jfgntna 'iti8voritjr; of the member of th probe torn miaalon ii compoei of Honolulu men, whil th lmprvnaion ia Riven whether juatiaed or not that-ther.r quit a nmHer of bual ea men in th aeeond eity who do not dare let hi audit go on lent aome a yet undetected thread be picked up and the inquiry lead Into heretofore unanapected quartern, ' , At m natter of fact, neither Honolulu nor any other part of the '.territory has anything to gloat over in the recent diicjoauree In th Big Inland Hawaii ' home U Oahu'a ahame, an, both MauKaad Kauai have, a nhare in it. - But the rent of the territory ha txen Soldier! Behind tht TooHighti.' An indjea'tion oNh changing time' In thia fair f ity U to be noteii ae the local theatera When, they tag' a "amateur' ntghi Bad the change i decidedly for th better.', There waa a time when tia Uu'rs' night n Honolulua tlijng to try. man' aou, with elill dren andevlope JCcert"fnNUe matter of nerv prancing i clumsy Imitation f poor piofesaionai. Now the amateur program la taken uy vvij iuK-i.r "J ni noya IB MiaKI arid tronn here are m nnmberYf ent a niajorny-or tne proresainnais to thaiae. Prayfjr,)f the. Man infthe Street' J B Covet; Whit. ji ; - : ' ;' ;-. ' 0 Lord, j dVwh i.r imoaf 'aid -laVW.'tUarv.W wlrel'piat to yon. r or i m t strong; nor ld aa'yo aennt eari neither am I wise. e, i , ; - ,.. ' .. . . v- . '.. r .. v 1 d?n'; Jktlow how. (o rray,vlrd. J havev't praftifed Vt j,.', r- - . r i 1 Small ; Talks j ' -J been srWted n enough. 4ma f l.iin ellw, and Would-naveT h able to mnke bean- j vep.,!.. iiiofm tnat rome up to yon from fitnlned-gtAn w a-iW'-V Urn tolc, th,t on 'moeratij that Vo.i permit Ii kina 40lKf..pbJ,t talk with you even when th-y com la Mx,t a bnalnM iuoMthin on of ruiV. : -t .Ii'JvT'h( to"b on apeaking term with yoni 'K nif ear it bihnjng.v M..1h t,im for frh start, and to gt on eighborly trma SiyJor-fon, th great and high and powerful personig-i in the, hW, of it atart I. ran think of. , ' . i . - , . "J'VLT'r h'n, H 'ounf ort of fateway. . It shut the oM thiVjyk nutJand opens a path into region nninewa,- wher fel .$LZK bat will happen. I' like t hav you rom pan,fVn,.tbe year thl. before me, Not that I'm,, coward; rWvtW'W Pf ,'.v,nif tremendously important butlnesa, aad ifv.nin td mak- mistakes. '. , tLLi It . j 7rn,runie ana gcL aiM nav a f6fr rxperlen that haven't, got. , Therefore let m walk alonrf in ii Vompviy) arid just m.rt steer me, so that I won't mak having MA J. F.VfiMlTH I fed honored in mnrshaj of the day for the Tlotl I'arade; ' t'U AHiMi-A. tOTTRlLL. They got me,' althongb 1 have not' been officially informed ye how it happeneif. . . j CARL - fARLfiMITn.--Ther. 1. no Jonbt that Honolulu I gYow Jng quite some, but, I think flild is not running any behind, either. 1fiOVRN0R I'lXKIlAMI find' there i. quit m 'difference' ' between being- pivslileat of th board of health and Governor of the Territory. , , J ;v ' .j ; t , .';.- k RAT C. 8Mltn.-sIf some of my friend had th unforton.t : rrlene with booieMhat 1 have, bed ther would quit it forever, as m doing... i v. . . '.4 ' HKR'OERT DUN8Hkr-VUigh living". it N.lte'a wa. the f me Retting a bad attack of Runt. I neer knew tfor what misery thes millionaire tufTer. ... . ,. , , ' ,- i " i . CHlTKR A, fHJYLE. tl'arina th. w T v.- I.. ' H"A?i P" fJ JW j,I.,",PV'"! "n1" . At-ing so I al7o.tv belited I conld (peak English. ' ? . . . - ' n v t 1114 . T sat 4o th Bijou tit other evemag "When It a Apple Blossom Tim In bjormandi," and while he dldoM get ine nrsi pnx n gav m best thing on the program. Hi alng. ing was aplnadid and his atag behavlo baromingly modeat.. A fk-y ture.of this "turn" w th facfthats hik arrompanist. waV ale. . "' who Tiiayea leenngiv anajwaji. llis playing waa nioi f ft urprie. than hi comrade's singing, and I )ft the Bijo wtt k t-ttei regard than ever for th man behind the gun. 4 TYnv.snouian t ia soldiers in anil armina. Hjmnl.il k.t. cerv iaient and glv Honoluk an entettalftmentt there i ti(t' enough. ind to apare and a proirram inch'k th Ws cn.iM ' proeoeding n U supposition that the sooner .the depth of thp of- w,," certain or patronage and certain o pleasing. - 1 .fa flcial corrtli.llna iit im nf tha eniini. I. nl.K.4 .nj K . .w.' Prtrniiw, too, the boy would give Mm Honolulana (!.'( .. .. . . r- .uU...-r .... tM, Wea Af -h.t lh aohlier reall is -ll - '.' real truta i mown, tn sooner wilt th remedy be applied and . , , . ' - ' , nooner will.th general, political atmosphere be pur i fled. .Hilo, on ' th other hand,, appears to want to hug ita shnme to' it bosom and regard it as something of no concern to the rest of th community. Bom of it lefediiigfltizen have openly opposed any further "Inter ference, whil many mora hav aocretly helped to lilotk thy inves tigators, fortunately Hilo has s strong' and virije minority whifh will maintain the standard of doeency, and wivh thi minority -r the two English paper, powerful "faetora for the rights r Simmering the men fown it eein that 8iiervisor fcauhane hss tld th'real tory of th opposition to Hrerkoiu and Fiold. Ia hie infamous resolution, paused by a four to th re vote last week t"u Kv representative said that tbe-rommission had "allowed it audi tor to neglect tho performance of duties for which he wa being pid '...' to act the part of an ordinary policeman in an att'emp to aecur evidence that would end poor Hawaiian; to, jail for soma petty or minor offense." these words Ka'uhsne jy-ppenly wb'at many hav beea saying ia' whispers, that th graft 'probe' ha color line, that tW' irawaiiana who hav been stealing fronf th' eounfy '. in being jentto jail, while the'haolea who profited from ih stealing - ar not being prosecuted and pot being held tip to acorn. . Thl i not th underlying motiv of tho investigahonltnl fli nawaiin-ar.belag told o by designing omt with Weif ijW Hiei upon the ;Nownber ballot boxe, and, pity it i, 'many .Hfiwili'lans ar believing it. ,'And it 1 thi fct now. as muck Vq aiiytlling' elso'J that should keep up th insistence that th prob be carrfe.l Ahrongh ana omv it snoum .De complete, witn n guilty man., escaping, b. h Another pitiful thing'aboht'thii attiui of Supervisor "RauV.i'ne' i ni iaea on crime. . 'Vptty or minor offense'' he eallF what ha been going on. Th stealing of amount varying from-nvttity thousand idoilar-4n " petty" in Mr., Kauhane's mind.1 Th violation of n hthSvf oflWis V little thing. An attempt tnurd.ir a, whole . family jia'ifder tbnt a wit new might b . bnt. out of th road is omethiglminoV'J-What,ilii'h.name of rcommOnMsise,' i K'u--. han' idea of big crime or an important dffe"fU ''fUt 1 ,' One trouble With thi graft disclosure, is that- t ha tt(Ail. all ense of, propprtion In Kauhan and in a great itiany oiher on the Big Island, including tome members of the 1ilo bpajd pf trade, qiilo ha got o used, fo having it officials arrested an. .aA 4 felt kit it look upon th Volcano House colony as th norma? piu formdiiJ; tun sou supervisors ana county nnaoninga. urantr jury iadratmeot ' against member of the legislature arouse only a. flicker of interest The' dynamiting of ft deputy heriff'a'hous i of les moment than the acor of th Sunday ball gnme. .r: .'- ..' iiri V,.Onlv until many of the.:Hiloitea take ft fresh hold on themselve nd elear th fog from their moral spectacles, will they appreciate one mor the attitude of-the rost of the-Territory. Then, thT will tak back their petty objections to Honolulana being engaged'in" the worn mey anpw iur can not very well crry through themselve ' far number of obvious reasons. Then they will urg that their isl and be cleaned up at any cost to themselve and at any sacrifice they may be called upon to make. Then tbev will reawaken to the fact inai no community ran conaone graft, that no exigencies of r6lTtic ran sanction . or excuse gros breaches, al public trust. Then they will blush ftt thir present opposition, , . r. . . Th peopl of Hawaii can not afford to have.it sail that they have fallen down in their obvious duty and that the rest pf the Territory will have to foree common honesty upon them., .-j ' , (.' '- ''T -v. V r ' Private Joneg Discusses Architecture. nt. f r. T'V'1 H,toB rrner1pt, a fascination about the personality which ha rand heard ft dl W,... fejr? tTiT.!", h'y.J oreat Parties in v lction: Cdslnl taortrairAI Br no m tut n.fi.iH ' r .1. . . . u-" '-m v... mr 111113 vireea mate trt Tti newest novel 1 (DT thy eivir ar with a, IJAcnln in Ita 7i ffiriirfythat rea-ler have a preeoneeive.1 mtioq f what historical ' uerSnnaoe uni likn ......... r . . , of ft lurpris. than hi comrade', singing ,and I left the Bijo fi ,L "t , ririmn''!t, n D'H frt th a clean skte, for the reader will ...1.. .... . w . mT' . Jnil rtlt. IllrlV .M.iil 'Art a. ..... I. .. M . . ... a ... ' . j - 'f m-.. (M 1110 iiunrniL as nflrntfiniipi mrita ! nm impressions anil quentln the rest. .The rtit hiaaawlf feci the fetWr mm niiiginaiion nmni ne in nun.lwl to take the bit in hi teeth and preaent a version f history and character to suit his own sweet will; and, by the In, of creative work, it i preeiwrly tbM method which oftenert J . u V"" aa'1 ""'" wor. w Begin by reprectlng the ibert... and end by praising the pirite-l nnd vigorotj performance. 1h ie is a,mi,l.lle w-ay, however, which, if it fail of the first Order I I --.aW. mJ , 1 , , r . . . J ' i ; w .' ' : : WW Ml I; I'JffiW HPHIi , U trw 'in 111 fir.-.-: . '..ir . t. w. 1 w u t t Hr. a ; ar am n 11 sr . , , n i -1 . x -sr .1 , 11 1 1 i 1 1 i it m rj t I.. , ? '.v . . -5 ..v T ' . JVV .- - .. 1 J is rpeak Engl - aTif a - -w aa - . . ' . nuArm wuAKKujN.-What-. th use of being a Democrat tlM.say, arivhpWt I am beginning to think It'a better to U flnmocrat'undr ft Kepvblleaa administration.. - ' -i 1 0i 1-ORRIS; 'Br! YTixTlV mmw' m. '-.kii' i 'ill.! -u' l.' ! C l.a..baff freifl tW beginning to th end of th year, year in d year ' . out, but atn I tab. t Hoholul I think I rather lik iu i Di1tCt'K5 PiW of l.nd'T.tnt. threC feet'.' r . " high Tor th lovernoi' t .Ko, .but 'I am aot pre-, lag hit .lu-, ... ,tfl . I hnow be I. pretty busy ma.n (Ma. flrt dfty fttift,ftd.7 v'R?l W7romWh.l .t.rted a. T m.rw'joh. about , . ' at .JjdWIil, hi dinlolied tlito quit ft aeriou matter. , Ia the ' , . fture I will .elect my joke from the' funny column I of the "Vr ' ' ' t tf - ,. i., . ..... . ;. ,; ,. JflCPP MifOARN. I hav : been somewhat handieap'ped the rast ' week' 'a (Assistant Wiitrlct Attornei Hitting i...o .1 .u Assistant Diktrlct Attorney Hi t tin IT ' tlaftat "' tiOfan HHiIab f k aft weaves, I km now informed, thirt he ia agai on the road to re' 'W-- J...vk...i , : . CLBRK. HENRY MITI.-the nois of the hammer and Mw In putting, in n furnitur tn then Judiciary Building, is n musie to my eara. Then,, again, It prevent my hearing th telephone when it ring. ,.; - . .' . . ., . .'.TnOAuV. TREApWAYt-I am la w bnt Tarn told tt. contracts between husband nd wif are not ini wi.t ruiurari i , vir w. 1. this the reason whv Henry VIII invented ,' LEVVl8.i-If It wasn't because T think a w f 1 n." . f would say that I feel aa If th Portuguese baseball team play1' rotten game tome timer 1 woa't say o, because I don't want .'V rt Munnel'e aensltiv feeling. - i . - T-. : ,. '..''' '0 ' ; marriage contract 1 th divorce lawf r P. it esjr rm 1 to hurt .------ --'.-- . . ne 1, on worsen so well in sell m a Carnival stock. .Th' MnUw.v . ... . fjft.ving th xpnsr. of thrt Molokat princess for. several year now,, but I gnet I wtn't have,tp any more, y-f.' - J. 4 , 'V .u P-ff.ASTlRA-D'ini t' pt ye., thi nto Antonio Society? pld out I lck and death b.nefit 70,0OO. . th average man,' who think flgnrft, out th amon,a of good thi lociety did to hf commnntfy during thenast twelv month. ,', ,' i I' . - ' : V J, - ' .''.,'. TaHNNY MARTI.V.W am aorrt that I inmd nca.l 'IHAAt Km mm. :K g 1. . . . . v x-muu nu. i unnentann now that there will ha t,nhl ' 1,1 T ball a mm "Hooray for the Burgeon General," yell. IlighvPrivate , Jone from th steps of the ..barber shop. 'D w get those fool quarter he recommeudsf . W do. Just look at that! " and he indicated a triangular. tear in the top of -hi tent .big enough to drop a wheelbar row through. .The tent fly flapped in'ribbouft on the ground where'it had ben blown. by the Kona coming down through Kolekqle th "Th 'other battalion down at Castner aay theip' few roofs all leak and the oiwrator any that th new building at Hhafter look like Tacloban fter a tvphoon. Say, what- do yott' think of those -new sharks any haw t Maybe they ain't exactly palatial in .their appointments,' but anyhow they ro the only one I vef saw that wer bbilt big enough right from the start. ' , "- . ..a "Tbilt waa a great stunt the cavalry pulled off over the concrete quarter they're going to get. When they laid 'em out ther was seventy-two men to ft troop, and they started 'em that way. Tien when they waa Increased "to hundred and fifty to ft troop the Con- !, structing Quartermaster put up howl, because he saw the barracks werent going to be half big. enough. Then he put it np to the cav ftlry colonef and he gets busy in Washington, and they cuts the troop uuwu w riKiiijr ,ru v nl ve uuiiuings. i goi tiiftt Btraglit. And nil th other cavalry colonel ar hollering about the change because they have to put their eighty men iuto double rank at drill. Thin colonel only put that in to make 'em bolieve that "was the reason he had the change mad. ' i.. , ... . s, "Did you notice the married non-com staff quarters "goinJ up down there. -They look just lik a fleet of fteroplane drawn up in line, nd I rUn't-ktmW' linb-wliat some of them would go aloft in a Rood wind.?Phftgwyiftt tnttlg-"'m up say thafBoma of the fellows who a'gtng"t llri in 'm want little nerchea WuiJt on the inside wall so they ran atick the member ofthoir families np out. of-the way when they're at home and need the pac tkemselyiM . ' V ;V,;:; ; V ; j j ,: .' r "". , Two.Bullseyes. '''.':'.: .' :C ''V'' 'J '('' . A giganti ne,wly. painted bullsey is now' on exhibitian at the Capitot grouuda, near th old Bungalow, where the Nutloftal Oiikr.1 of Hawaii 0'Mccrs hav their headniiNrtora. How th bullHe' fiiJie to b painted 1 on of the joke of th recent Ad Club stoiitielllhK campaign. : . -V . 7 , ' "Here, my man,'' Tom Sharp is said to hav addressed, nne of his brush artists on Tuesday morning, "go over to the Bishop TaVk'ii paint bullseye on the staud you will And there." Hhur(! gav4 h' ' at ruction fta to dimensions and other detail.. v . h ; J ( . Sharp' Dian wandered out, pot and brush in hnd,rioflkUi. fqr' Bishop Park. He proceeded to the Capitol ground whet Tie pinil1 largh .movable scaling wall, UKed by the miardsinea for phtise drill. The painter eyed it for a moment and then proceedo J tV gut busy, When be was through with the job there waa a fine bullsev ' . ' ''.'' . ; , . tlME TO PREPARE THE ANSWER;' m-mWhy I Attend Orch' -; ,'i By Hon. Claud WverconniA Jflm Oklahom. .... : . . v . . iT or inspiration, generally, leads to ft measurable 'safety to introduc the historical pqrsooag inoidintallyt the principal actor in hi romance, shedding 00 them not a direct but ft reflected light which tempera their uureumx oy uimuoss auo nixmiice. ini is tn method used by Thack eray In "The Vireiniana." with Washinirtnn and Franklin ...l' it will lI; ' ., , . , . reealled. with tlistinguished effect. A notoriou example of the failure I go to church because I ."find Veaea thet.ithat dmm hik Tv. f th . opposite method is the doddering, irresolute Julius Caeshr of Quincy dencrrbed as ft resting from fcumah latmfjj a Sabbath of reooae. ' 8hkpeare. Four geuerutioua of commentatora have not bmitted to a rrapue graniea rrpm to secret burden ef'OOeart, a it I stood at T ' ,KYr "uln " VUSM"r ne poet present violate all th proba proar or 4 as ir the tumult and v l ' smwic k 1 . 1 . .' k . 1 - 4 '.kKTnntA.l u.lftl. ... .4.. t. a I. A distance and aloof from tha unr fervor' and strif were uspndd; as it theioi Vroode.l bver me dove- 11 ktf and halcyon calm. 1 . ... i. . ,17 , . wor l go to career. Confronted with much th aara sort of problem in hia big biographical arks, the "Frederick the Great" and "roniarll "'iu .n 1...... 1 . u..:.. t v.. 1 ... : j .. .. - . i.i. . . ...... ; ... ' . . -- - . . kuvu cuureu vecsuse love hi miiHie tnat Hear there, th mighty p'l' uuvousi lurueu uisiorian,. wrougnt, ny a mix rolfof the great organ, minglad wi. theonyMTvelous symphonic bf rM,"ffh nd pnr divination which resulted in ft sp.. that divine stringed instrument, th 'hunsftH.' yoice, untwisting all . writlnK o" fct "' half intuition. The gibe that n aoul of hasmtpijU I delight tp feeHr. as -rw.T-MTJ Will UtJ IrOllU when some of the crack pl.yers finish their terms of detention, 1 the othr fellow won 't want to' let thenv out - , ' - '. WMAN.-Together with my eomra.U rn t territori .-.. jurr am Riaa one year s work ia over. ,1 think I was fortu-' pate in being able tv preside ovfr such a body of 1telligent men ; who .were alwaya Wilfing at duty.V call to attend to public affair..' 10J TO11'.? BTKR.lirh keynote the dinner fclve, lust f'fbt by the combined ehnmber of commerce and merchants Wsoclatkm.of .HonplnJu.to th Japan,, merchant ol the city was, r tl'Pll together.". At a "pull together" affair it w. ft .igpiV.ue- lv v;'':',;:Vl ' j . , f . v -:- JjLVyt A' nWriHES.-t'WWftmbw the tlm In Honolulu 'when bMebaB wa. yonng, when Sam Chlllingworth Sr. and mvself wer ' 11.?"' d rr- Jiw?'wv the op,o.in te.m. Thow were ' VoM old. days, all right nouuh. ftnd wa ha, I ni. .a ... -.. fa. nqw.,Vvv J T.. , ' ,:,,;,, ' Z :. T Jf!?' 'KBMOsr Aa!.VanrMVnager. TTnion TrilC T m taking Bui ny first paper of American citizenship and althongb I am .glad an proud to b ftn; Amerlcu I find it hard to renounce lJeB taxKlng ContaBtine,.'fte be is th moat popular king'w ' fvr hd.v;!i;v; 1 E. 1 A. .MOTtipMlTH, That fist of Teddy Roosevelt w.a cerUinly pot down on-"tf commission of Secretary of the Territory with ' vengeance. It seem to stick ven fter taft got tired of the pre! dency and PresWeot Wilson is now on toward the end of his first year of ofile,,; , ;,. j . .. .' ...-... 1 ADMIRAL EBE5 LOW.-I . fey cable advice i w of th paper that the cannibals of Papua at a high salaried scientist the ' other '4ay, High, hvipg keems to hav struck that section of the country too. 1 caq. reiaembef when they wer satisfied i dining off ef ft jioor missionary rear ago; ; ... - : . fc- ; rOir-jlENDRIE-:Tli way th nrew rule of th BepublicaB party' re drawH ftp it'prov)dUhftt tw.nty-fiv per cent, of all Tund. ub. SH'Sfl rf T i"11 Lot th P' ouair tftapftlgftft-iftiiw b hapdad oftr to thp territorial committee. , Thl. took lik an e.sy way to fiaauc the campaign d luxe of Kuhlo k Co. , ' J' . JAMES ID. LEVENSON-No kity 1 the world, of even popul.tCn, ,Wula,hYe,ev aecpim.Ushed.that what our Honolulu ftnd tb live s 'UlIAu. a ?'tV'.Vf l."."01?1? "'-b. Th Ad Club can . what we will still do do do. Qurrh forjlooolulu nd th Ad Clubl ii.1fy' .tt;,7'J'"'".V" . i ' ...;.' '- 7 . i .. , nf T f.l I 74 4 ixture of painstaking cie of inspirational MbjuiiIdv la Hi.. ,.v. th ch'ains that tie tha hidden soul of hasmtrnvW 7 ' . . of Kagland wa the greatest work of fiction of th nineteenth centurv I go. to. church because I delieht th feailr. tha teahhhiDa nf tha would bo almost enuallv anulicftble to Carl v lit 'a lrenoh H.l.iiinn (. rireacher.jvhoBe soul Is dedicated to OadwwivM field i ft wide which the impression imic portraiture,. whpther aotheutie or not, ia-as Uod a jiJitverse, whoa them is th destiay X man, apd whose word P"tent .fascination a any which the work.xort. 7 ar th oaclef Fat. Marvelous i th spnU of th preacher to whom I wo"l'l b idle to cntaRigti the failure and triumph of artmts who Uol baa -given genius and consecration ftUAhe power of illustration have fttte'mpted to recreate ft miglity nam of the past; such li-tt ilrawn from th old, sacred, immortal BookAtid from the miracles nf would be Drinciuallv one of nnrsnnal nrefnrenraa v,i,.l. 1.1 nature, no Jesa. revealed In. the crlmaon-trtTtii'd flower turned np by eompil mors t hi own satisfaction. But one test may be proposed as 1h .lowshare of Kqbert Ilnrn. upon th of Ayr than in th long, rtandurd for the plausibility .of aueh portraiture-loeft the artist let us rrachea of the star-girt kie. ' T.J . , , 7 , th 0iu.litipll whi.,h mHn .hr.tn. , hi ' J. ,, ' B " iv.vi.HKri A . he ea contrive to do this lis work, whatever els it, may be, will have a permanent interest. ,.' , ' ;- ... .-. , .. . A conspicuous example of the nueoes of this method i the Caesar of Mr. Shaw' ''Caeaar and Cleopatra." ; Under all the whimsicalities and mocking impudent of the piec we are pons the tan given a glimpse into two or three of the great .fundamental l.Vaa oa which Rome did business and tb use to which mail of Caesar ft mental stature eoubj put thmn( W know what ijurt f mind be had.-fTbia is a wixardry bevond the. wielding of most wan.ls, but the, great shapes of the past will seldom rise to the modern' vision except .In- resnoiise to the exercise of such poteut bljck rt. : , a :. ,1 g to church "because the way hi darkiftd I am far from home," and betirus tb church U tha polar etarolttjigbt my pathway in th ray less night. ,.;. - T -.7. . -Th ' , I gft to church becaiiM th church' miulsUrs hot nly the spiritual, btit also the material peed of life, aud Unrause it is there that the cbaritrr that aoothe and heal and bles'e Mattered at the feet pf man like flower. , .,.. ;., : I go to church because In that atniosdliSr vie and crime wither ftnd die. ,. - '' ,' l1 burch because I hear the Veerings of the philosoiihv f Jesus, th Incomparable man) and if yomWy this teaching t pnilo ophy ami not religion, and that be wa aran and not god, then the philosophy pf that man ha redeemed tlx world from savagery ftnd blessed mankind with Christian civilrxatiS, and, to my miiuL it ft ft thing worth while to hear, " ' 1 - . , . , l go to church because 1 find tbeV Vololaliou. nd hope; bemuse . wu mi uDsei;ujii(i i i better Tor mn. if ib hoiw i baseless And thft,v!slon but anft-luslve phantom, t cherish ft. dreiuii so gloriou au.-beautiful thao Ao b weighted down and crushed with th quarried wountnlns ofS world without hope Hud w - . nuvs iimni rivru w ermj ium;and Caqcer PACHKfSlJ. I got the shock of Horner iiiong-tlie prominent Uemocratl or: comerepc. rine lust time I met Mr AeiHinie wus-lp Chicago. Ho was an alt lfepublican natinnul convention and gut How the times do clinnue! . ' UPKRVISOR ast - PACH ECO. With rhyseif already lining in Kulihi and Supi-visor McClellan about to "Jf ,k atret of Kalihi I certaini on the hlirh road to get what it wants. , If we can onlv tret HmLrviank ...... i,;h..i i. a. x- ... " - i .1 v ...... ,,,,,Ui, .uiiiiiiu sirwam we wi Jmq ka bibhle." to- be ex- .'.'Intea4 of enriching thenjrelves or allowing the prpVoiir ( riouecT ror prlvutfl Dront. Mr. James Iloniflas. LX Y.ili ..J l Howard A. Kellvj nf Jolufs , I I 1 ' . ... ...Mai,, ua.v IUI M . 1 YM WW ' j . I aft 1 w Ii f When I ' , v ' .. myj v grraiest reiniim neariug or ipost koowft ' iiresent at the ffnVerd i? "nctt. in ileposit, aitnsted in :oliradoi will be worked .under Horn7r T J poUtic.L tZ' r. f irnit Wat, .. pf Mines, ond nit one rnnU frim. llULVl t tha ortl1 of t,,e r"''iu,n Mwt,wIII be f or salav . ticket ot Imllu f , T'i" '"'"W'.'tli- wt u,.d most eontly in tho world, T. M ' ba lately b,p extensively used in Ki,roe In the treatment at cancer ami other inalignuiit diseasea,, and its value Many casts htirf been well etal)Ushed.k Thf n l olorsdo mia will be devoted to tl a curative- airent in radium obtuinud from the t- M 1 ... . S.j,,i, c ir a . . i , " . " ''" to inevHiisn or Humanity rn the Tree nupiwMKor ram Jlardeatv. ami .l.,l l,ut ., i ... i j v Nr...i. r. ... ,i,,.- ,, . . . I . . . T vr"TO 1 01 ami ;iauimore, Whether radiuiiu is. or is uot , cure for rinrtt, the motive of the two philanthropist. command profound resmct. Kvidentlv thev be lleve that Ullliern). d..tnMita waa . t.l.i,.A.l J.. . I. ,l - - ......... ,.ar . , , . - - .v i'.... -... v.. rnrm ior private certainly ing in chorus, but for pqblie nee, and thnt sufferers are entill.l rh.i.,.. iL..m: m be derived front tltem. 7 , 7 i. . ... , It AvfaUoh's FiitVpecade Twelv secoads of fliaht bv.the Wrtohf v,r.,.k.. . ' - . . TV " T . i " . v"a wnig aclueVMnept, say ' . the- New York Herald, of December 17. The ripple ia .till prding, , trmndouTiw.-forc 1. eivilixntio. Ift th spirit of piogres 1 . "Vfly.J yry country. , . . V V K" 1 .s The geropUin ha begua to play an important part in warfare. - ' t-onimand f the promise, to hav ft. new defloitlou with great air - u h?m b?iM, Kuopean land.. Th AlediterraneaB. the v. Bftltle tha Adriatic, the Kngbsh Channel, and thT great lakea have beii crossed by.4aring airmen. .The Atlantic remaina challenge ' VnriVt' Jh 'onstructor . sk.ll. Britain not muel, longer 7e iKrcl,L-0h,y ott "',WW flo r-taln -her title of "mistres. , ir if - th efts,''' 7 ..v. . .. p, :. . A. yet the hew cienc 1 n infant; though ft vlgorou one.' From ' tr T.l.,s. 10!vrr. e 'plan h grown to 2u0, and from the ' Jright biplane lifting a man baa com forth the "char a-bane" with ton men up.,. From the Wright' first flight of 120 feet in twelve econds .tha 1 world, at first astounded, ha grown, indifferent o au.-h nduranc, feat. th cross-country flights of th Qerman, aviator " Jtoeffler, Covering 1300 mile in twenty-four hours.' . , Th problem of safety has loner ramalnn.! !,' i,.....i. ' . aviation advance in commerce and aport. but Ita solution u-en.a at . ian.1 With mrroaaed atabjlity w should se, much grOatirt' p'riJfeyess' r ft the next few.yeara than in tha tjbeade just ended. .., ;. .,'. A Baffled Scientist V that vale iiroressor who ia trVlnn to t.rove that wa oiiDht.tn liv. .. i- ' . hun.lre.1. ami to show us bow w can; must have been comuderablv upset " by tho reply to his-polit sclent I lie inquiry reeeive from New' Jersey ' woiiiiui wh( has jiujt cek'brate.1 th) phenomenal birthday, aaya the Pror- 'dene Jmiraal. T what habita and eircunistau-e doe aha ascrllm, her' loncevityl That Was what the profesnor wftnte.1 to kimw.l -j 4 Did be commit o her hand ft formidabla bhtnk to fill out for tv trjliutioti to the Invaluable acientiflc card indent "How foolish lut la)" exilaimed tho, roi'lent. Aad she added aimply, " I'm not responsible for liviiia so long it Is Ood who ma.le incr live o long," Hh waa too .' 'msy irettiug ilUmcr. .with th aid of her rfiglitv-aoven-vear-old Bister, to - give Jurtlier attention to the matter. For all bee hundiM yoars bf pb. wvatiou sl e mar.ifty fail to uudertivl that In thi era ther? must be a scientifically ilcinotu4rabl.explMiiatioii of verjtbing that happens. r, wun ur Kiiiwwora. . let sclentlH sometimes TO coin Nothing. Is upMar foolish 1 roiamn iiKirtjiU, 1 tK; ':?.