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Syi Theyttre L?ord' Ccntefttedl
Here Thaa Immigrants
1 "In aU ,the'ltj&ter-Wtfr 'of 1 plahU:
tion the F11Wbv'wnrtTcdaiS. up' to any
bbor ft havp now,," ;,eald a prarjUesl-.
planter who' has dealt with many na
tionalities among .field labot for a
Aumber of ycart In reply to aretiH3f
from a Star-Bulletin reporter for an
Ar lnlon on the native of tne Philippine
Islands when et down upon thVcane
ields of IlawalL
"Ar ccmiparjf fth the Pornlese
'ndF' Spaniards, - the' riliplno" la more
contented' as1 a 1new arrival. ' No mai-
undergoinr adjuatmeat to tba strange
conntry, the , Filipino, will tut up with
tpytMn'g.- -. v.. .
; -In thelf camp a'nd! persotlal appear'
thee are creaif, taith "physically
and morally. Alter they have become
arclimaled, . the FilfnJnos' -are.; ery
tteady? Eyenf- itt tVe? ct'.e ot new a
ilvals,- they cheerfully- fro to work-the
day tvUer they . arrive :
; vAi cultiviatioa contraictpr- they are
aV satisfactory; pifvien more ao than
ray hibof wft have 'ever hid. They are
"tsr ' wprior'to the' Kdre&aa,- ani
eqnal to tho Japanese- ' - :'
. They' enter- Into the foclal; life of
the place more than any other labor,
gaily practicing itheir'native dances to
the o?uslov'tl tbe!r oT. Orchestras,
They dreis well and they d not pat
ronise the Oriental stor?a to the same
.tcnt'aB other ricea,' - :
--The .llJpindi fe brtnginj; "-'thetf
familtesltiere ; raarean4 more- ind
there'll a better class of thera.comln?
now thah at first With tegamsto:ao-ttyt-r
c&ff'"ilayiatf .th&e tar never
lech anything lost : In any 'Filipino
ct'mp Ahat- l know about. There Is
r.o' thletlngfl and their court record
i;oo.i. t-F : .v J " '
L- rrheywork 90 per cent of the time,
taking ttferity-iU days fi a month's
wCTk, and some mke X00 per cent.
This is the record-1 beat-' of trmin
Afferent districts. Another good juall
fy Is their skill In handling animals.
mil mimiYUi uniLu luimiuu
fi? v (Continued from Poe 14) t '
bv anjicuT,cinsr her annexation of Bos
nia, end rr-pbdinc whiclr under her
able poii.cy l development had be
came two"of ttdfiaoSt'ival'uaUle ePthe
Turklshrovtrcfi: rThe actjciescchce
cf "the t'Ji'er"powersvtOv;'this i-hlgh-Vavded
'tx V3' Ih x measure forced
en? them -tty" taclp owh' troutlea else
where, TvHleVi elude them disidcllned
to'imix themselves U'-tKe-Uhderv'box
rf Balkan-rolltlcti' ; tj-.-m,-. .;
Tt CUr ilkrCilt XXXlK
i Bnt" it '13 'to 'this muftlii'-despised,
rAuch-ab'tf6fV Berlin treair thati h4
uaiKan ccaiiuon 'nowiuros ior ua.cn.;
.' ing In the position they tare' takent
Article XXIII states; r;?Tbrf;$abllf&fe
PflHe undertake crubulousty: to a-
?$f In tntfl6lanPof Crete throt-gankjkreatmentHoevey subject the -Ot
lew of . 18SS with such, modifications
as may be considered equitable.
t -Similar laws.' adapted . to local re
tirement, except as regards- thr
emntion8 from taxation 'granted: v to
Crete shall also be introduced into the
oilier parts of Turkey in Europe for
Which no special ''organization has
;bn provided by, the present treaty. -Tbe
Sublime Porte Bhall depute
tjecJal commissions, in which the na
tive element shall be" largely reprer
seated, to fettle the detaila of the neW
laws In each protrhce; Ther' schemes
of 'organization resulting from these
Itbols shall be submitted-for examl
. nation to the Sublime Porte,' which,
before" promulgating the acts for put
tfifg them into foroe, 'Shall consult the
European commissldh Instituted - for
: Briefly, this mean that other parti
6f 'Turkey in Euroie the application
eing notably to Macedonia should
be' put under international control the
same as was done in Crete. This, the
. allied - Powers say,' has never been
done arid'1 hey demand that the pre
vision of the treaty be enforced.
Macedonia's Troubles Halt Reform.;
T Toward the close of 1902 insurrec
tion after insurrection called attention
fietiously to the problem of maintain
In pece In Macedonia. Macedonia,
It may be observed, is unknown to the
Porte, which recognizes only the vila
yets of Monastir. Kossovo and Salon
tea, and the problem Which is called
the -Macedonian" problem 13 merely
that of the anarchy lh these rilayets,
-Which Is more intense than anarchy
elsewhere in Turkey owing to the
"rivalry of the Christian naM-nali.5tB,
Vho are noro closely iuttr.nlnsleJ
isn't too early
They readily take to mechanical Hues,
such as carpentry and concrete wotIl
And if they are sent to a distant gulch
they do hot have to be watched. Their
fldelity- to duty will take a high rating.
Vln : the .care of ' their home. they
pfinee1 a liking' for tidiness '?ind D'rei-
rrtaote appearances. incy go in wr
attiKttc tports;' baseball being5 i great-est-
favorr lm thtr quick" adopttonfof
American--customs thef Filipinos are
ahead of other races. ' They do not
hold to v their national customs so
tenaciously -' as - the Portugueie and
Japanese. '-'V'-'Kv ' ' V';,.' ' . .
v -Their frugality is average. Some M
thm. pnt money in bank,' and soma re?
iMtTboney to. their, friends, while oth
frs. spend x pretty weU up. to th,e.- limit
of their earnings." 7 ; ? ."
here than elsewhere. In the hope of
averting - International intervehtion,
the k Sultan promulgated his own
scheme of . reform for that section in
December, 190?, but -id lW meantime
Austria and - Russia had omeC ta an
understandings f theii1 own-afld' they
Ccrised. a scheme" of reform whicti, as
tlietwo inost Interested Powers.-they;
u-TS to Dut into eecntidnw ri: w
ftsv&lutlon Malts ReTorm. sv :,) t
!-.Both .the AiiEtro-Rasslan 'plan ' and
hat- of the Bull an, -failed; ? The next
YJTort t at; reform iereW,'oot ,of thej
nieetlng of King Edward fend) the Czar
oT Russia atiReval . tout years ago;
butr-before thlacould be' carried out
th7retolution(Tiheixpoctedl came Id
Turkey -and with-it the promises of a
toman; empire. -For the moment all
parties , concerned seemed to beileva
in the golden . prospect. Bulgarian
x-tpriests kisied Mohammedan teachen
in the street and--. -the great powers
stayed their reforming hands and
stood - aside'.to- let" the: -Young Turk
put their house la orders ? .
Instead of granting, however, equal
privileges., in Macedonia, .the, Young
Turk committee undertook a process
of -Turklfjcation", bx which all race
and nationality was; to be obliterated
aadveverybody was tor be an Ottoman
subject all under the dominailon of
the' Turks. "
"But with a people who had strug
gled as . long for their rights as had
the Christians of Macedonia 'such a
plan read failure from the first. The
Opposition which they made brought
on. only persecutions and the . condi
tions instead of becoming better un-
Ider the constitution grew even worse
man mey were in me ume 01 aouui
Hamid. The Bulgarian secret com
,tnlt;tees, which had been, very active
for years, renewed withr more vigor
than ever before their plans for racial
and; national recognition; One of their
leaders expressed their determination
in saying that they must have auto
nomy of government for the Bugars
that remain in Macedonia and that
they will have this even if they force
the Bulgarian Government into a war
The Bulgarians are tmly one of the
Balkan' - nationalities' that have been
involved in this Macedonian struggle.
They are nt numerous in the
northern part of the country and
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a.ons . ine oorcer 01 tne Kingdom or She might too demand snmt territor- w'.sich in
l;ua;ia. To the east cf them i.sjal extension on her northern borderjaiiy uio:
to get the Christmas Cards you will sendtto your f riends away
EJarly comers get thebesL . ,
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considerable1 .number of , . Servians;
they- are epposeoV by ' an-olmost equal
number off Albanlaiis, who have spread
from tieir highlands to the west into
the; vilayet; of Kossovo' The Greek9,
who .are perhaps ithe: greatest in nun
beisand who? have been considered as
bavlxs. ttie- greatest advancement ii
the i icstabllshmeAt of I schools, t- ahd
churches tccapy imnch ofithe. soulh
ern- portion of Macedonia, . Thessaiy
and the Chalcidlce. While all these
people intermingle to some extent in
parts of the country, yet this division,
Is' pretty closely followed, and was for
years taken advantage of by Abdul
Hamid in his consistent policy of stir-,
ring up race hatreds and religious pre
judices among them.
eek Escape from Moslem Rule.
To aid all these harried people in
their effort to escape from the Mo
leia- rule,- which is -no less hated by
rhem whether it goes under the name
of Abdul Hamid or Young Turk, r is
Ihe-avowed motive for the aggressive
cctions of the allied Balkan powers.
Their motives are, it is asserted,
wholly, altruistic But the Balkans
hdve never been the field of much al
truism, and the European Powers are
asking themselves what in the event
cf this war being successful, they are
going to get out of it and just what
each of the four States actively in
volved will demand as its share.
Bulgaria's dream is very naturally
for an extension of the borders of her
own kingdom, so that they would in
clude about the same territory that
was granted to her by the treaty cf
San Stefano. This would include a
great bulk of the Bulgar speaking
people of Macedonia and would make
her unquestionably the dominant
powerd tne BaiKans.
The Hellenic aspirations would in
Cltlde the annexation of Crete andjful claims to be cor..-ideied. Austria-1 understanding which Count Aehren
many of the islands of .Aegean with i Hungary and Germany are hardly, thai had reached with the Prince of
strong Grecian sympathies which: more likely to lock upon the eMab-j Montenegro was believed to be Gne of
have recently fallen to the Italians. I liahraent cf a groat Bulgarian state; the steps in this plan. The recom-
STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOV.
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V y fit.
THE FILIPI OS HATE FORMED
up perhaps to Salonica. the time of the drawing up of the Ber-
The Servian ambition, which, is lin treaty. Neither would Austria
shared with Momenegro, includes the Hungary wish to see a strong south
possession of old Servia aud Novi-Ba- Slav state arise south of the Danube,
zar and a union between Servia and She has too large a number of south
Montenegro, which would thus streng- Slav people in the dual monarchy. The
thenboth cf the kingdoms and give ' possession by Servia-Bazar would de
Servia, at present hemmed in cn all feat the Austro-Hungarian plan for an
sides an outlet to the Montenegrin J unobstructed advance to Salonica.
seaports. ; The secret partition of European
It is very doubtful; however, that i Turkey, which it wa3 eenerallv be-
seven in the evfnt of bridging Turkey
;to tueir own terms hip amDitions or
! these little states would be gratified.)
'as there are larger ard inor? power-j
to their own terms the ambitions of
ir.iM to un r.liy ef
tr.ey did at
e fa or now than
r : 1 1 .,
ERY GOOD ORCHESTRA.
; lieved' was arranged by the late Count
Aehrenthal. was the broad plan which
Aenrentnai. was the broad plan which
included the absorption of Servia and
Montenegro into A jstria-Hungary. The
pense that Servia and Montenegro
were to receive was that ihey should
y --Vif ;s
i:' ' '
fenn a part, of a southern' Slav klg
doin that-wonld:changb the dual tnbn
arcby Into a' triple; monarchy. talyf
-I . satisfacuon 1 for. the- noa-ljiterf er;
ehce ol. Austria liai her plana; td .ab
sorb Tripoli . to "Offer f no objec?
. tlon either td-this plan or"to;aB ag
; grejjsfona., albB g ihe Alban iaa consC
Greece -ww.tb.reclVe Crete,-the Creek
iftle of the Aegean sea; and .the aquth
erh (angle of -Epiftts, Bulgaria wt to
. receive-large;' accessions' of territory
ln Macedonia andS to carry: her bor-
- der r Un, almoat to Salo&kaC Great
Britain, it was believed, wonlaV be sat
; isf led to . have i he position laE57Pt
j -regularized," and - Russia waa toi fv
celve her long-coveted fret passage; of
. the i Dardenells and the Bbsphorus.
Tnrkej was1 to, retain ml the remnant
fof her- once, grdat empires the ; whole iof
: hen Asjatt Uerritory4 - together with
' Constantiaoplej- thfr.shore of - the Sea
of Marmora, the Dardenelles andBoa
: phorus. -.'-V;, ''.'
J , Bu In, all the pjahai wKetoeT
altruistic, ones, of; the, small- Balkan
states or the ambillfcus one of Austria,
! acqniescd In, ao.lt' 1 hfllleved, by the
! other great jpowers there .v atlll ,:re-
xaai&s the doubtful consideration : of
the total auhjogatlbh of . Tttrkejr.: f
.-Twkeys;' SrrecStk -GrcaU u rtf'
I It; must heC remembered IhAt i the
'combined- amies-of that alUe - wffl
hardly exeled in? ;vnmbef . '620,000,
while Turkey has a force estlmatad
1 at 1,000,000; ,She has the. great Asiat
; ic. province to " draw from; nd the
Turkish soldiery lt has .alwaya been
admitted. Is a good'Xlghtlns mao. In
the . orga&lation . of her.anny on ;a
war : basis and In the . conduct of t.f. a ,
war. Turkey would: have to deal, with
- Internal conditions that she has. never
; had to lace before trot it is . not at all
certain that these would- he: ta her dlar
advantage,The wrap with IUly Jiaa
given no clue to-Turkey real mllltiry
, retourcea, and jt . Is, certain that a war
carried: on in Macedonia would be an
entirely different proposition from tbs
one jus concluded, la- TrlptlL v-v -f .;
- ;,CerUinly,vTorkey' sterna: to. -be .wel
coming the possibility of showiny her
r strength asc a fighting nation.' .: She an
ticipates a victory! that , would regain
her. much of hey lost prestige-Jn Eur
' ropean politics. : but more, especially
she relies on such a war to strengthen
the position of the present, govern
; ment with the Asiati provlneeab
which have been deeply angered, and
humiliated by tbe inability of the gov
ernment to prevent Tripoli, a-. Moslem
possession, falling into the band of a
Christian power, , . v
In a war to retain possession of part
of her own territory and hold It for
, the Moslem faith, and particularly In
.a war where she can show her full
military strength, Turkey ; will; have" a
cause that will draw the attention of
the disaffected peoples from? their
grievances and unite them in a com
'rnon patriotic cause..
I Bulgarian troops have captured, an-
other Turkish garrison and the "Serv-
The Princess Maria Theresa, wife
of Prince Ludwig, who. is heir to, the
Bavarian throne, has just died at So
rento, Italy. . -
Over, 36,000 fourth-class postof flees
have been placed in the civil service
lists for the first time by order of
'President Taft '
! Johnny Eve rs is to be manager , of
. the Chicago Cuba, having, signed- a
'five-year contract. He eupercedes
Frank Chance, who has been; dropped
by Owner Murphy.
Tno Hotel Otrest.
Stations - -
f' , c : a;
Ifa failed larrsly1 by her cw cttl
tvd tJwcr herself" Ulr"c a t'
Vorld , wjLh' . tremendous i .-r.;..t-
tace .oftier. raessaja- an 3 1 1 r
Sh hk3 tpnt f o much t:r.3
little , tl8t la kz: !u j 1 h i 1 v c.
tncUvTlth' fcr- c;irve::;
Ify i iUtu2a'r'hA' btca eztlr . '
ntuch that of a . cacJlccnt i
fcuppcrt, Hrattrr tta a Uilcr i .
Eaandln-jalslinc , j
-Thlt3 why, I MyV-t!:3:i:r '.
dfi:aifdr th8chujci to mi l c
soca -cs lta- mcaey even the
bwdyet ia efte-rilsei wi. g y
flculty from vs r licru ' r!:: t c , - ...
eaey-npca p4i"ivadvtrtJ- ;i
stts ccasiitenl ti z;r.Z u.z?.Ty
get mehito atteii tl.v.iCi z.1 t.v ;
ue ine:-.oe3i-pc":."vti.;r.t 1 1 (
terta la and Inspire , t h :
:n v. 1. : t'.
&re enc thcra.--!. -' .
The ala cf the chr.rch U-
fo-otlnU'to- tha .sUr-': :
Rs. own tm tersi.! p : : : u :; -ready1nteri:3rtedJ
fcvre'.:jicu:j : ...
but fo.reih-.'and; iiteres; t:. .
now1 connected wim or pirtl; . ' :
terested - in any form t cf r . :
work. Tjiii. ; cii ..'Li tec
most: qslukla ti:d -$ccsi CIc c
iteJifcTHO the thrr--r1 tha n:;.
tliat. tnejrv tlZk t3t uaicrstanJ c.
apprecJ atethe aJvcrti:i5 ' cc!
:cf wthe. Hs'jtnawzrrjjn-''..' .
tTJ fWaa:. wholnv.: tr th?
aide'.o.ac chitrch who never c-
iHtOv CC'att - ; W I'J 'TZV.-.Z$ WX T'
who-; never .'-elf'-', very -UcIJcn - ;
ita fcf -relisloua nes In Li? f .
strociT,'! d!snl:i2lt.3-:ri:: : -A :
presented to fcln t.tL'i '.
porTance tni-scccf -r , c
prise. Comni sslon'a-. F. : 7;;;.'
: Even thou -h:- tl.3 ncv. -r-. -S
rnnc Ajreljoys' - nsws ' c ,
other fortnf putH::ty U t- .
Rellsloua rewa is tit tfc'j t; : ; c :
Welly thai'Jr:g3irto 1-....
man- who IV ca- tl c -1;! ' : . - :
nacuettlcr.atly -;! -i & t: : :
atxd arouse VMz:zra h::rl c
tlon of the'?pfc3eit' ttz:zlz:.
to,attraet M min-t;L Ij a
snlaterest.ed: to -ccr..- I-'IU .
lion and win nl-coC7;;r: :;n t . .
play-aa.!:un5u3tlcr.:y Mi :
effective. ntethod. tl -U vz l
siyeljf tA the Ilea aiid H;'. . :
ward Movement. . The ,'cc:
charge, tt tha Christian- Ccr: : rvz : :
Conrts' conducted t what ;r :r
ablyx th.iabav extensive t-.
campaign-v, ever, used 'in ccn-cct:
wtthr' any 'reous - ceivedu
r: On a smaU- sca!3 tstl rli?er.:,:.-
th Union AXcetlc la tie f.lrj 1
atre are demcastiitlr tMs c:;,;::
fcesa of thla ixietiodrcf pu.:
meeting whiliT t?r.rc
here;, average .attendance X: -r . 3
thaTa" twice aaVrsiiiy as sc.-3 c ! t: j
leader thought w would-'zil.-TL. '
oMa ho have hatf oxperk-t L:. . .-.
It must he bl ehonxH ix ccircV r. .
jlo;BtrohJ aTid poinled-to c-c ;y i
' Perhai - not- thei least ofth
fits to be derived ftbet' the U: . ?
publicity which thr church li glvi-;T
to its worlrhk the-reRox laflaazc up
n the church it se!L : It. is clzz ti
be a fundamental' prladpl wlia tx J
best advertiser that-the-firn iA
advrrtlsea has ' ot to hrins v lis
ooda tto the level of the advirt!3:n. j
o '.else they -will soot be fovnd c r.
and-their trade will fall away a Izi
'av-Jt onle,v-pii .iiXv.
Jittt ajatlie' ehtsrea that goe wrcr.
Uie' cxnunnnlty resnlarly with-' tha
claim th4t it services are helpful aal
that -i everybody. la. welcotae : . tiKit
Kike gbooV that claim, both hr t'-
ocality of the sermon and aetfvlcd arcf
the" genuineness o Irs -lioipitalUy.-
AR OF IfllK&
Mr. and Mrs,. L. A.'d Ur Nuk andr
family desire' to txpreaa their' thanka
for the sympathy of Vail friend in
their . late bereavemeat - aad ; for tbe
beautifat - -flowers ,.recetved--advef-tiaement''-,
PorThwaVOiett r i Ian j (
h Tnwbte. Gna tat A .m. l.