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EVENING 1JULLETIN, DEOEMBEH 7, 1S9G.
WILL HAWAII BE ANNEXED?
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And tho taller tho troo tho deeper tho root. That's auothor
test What's tho root, tho record of theso sarsnparlllas ? Tho
ono with tho deepest root 13 Aycr's. Tho ono with tho richest
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half a century of cures; n record of many medals nnd awards
culminating in tho medal of tho Chicago World's Fair, which,
admitting Aycr's Sarsaparllla ns tho best shut Its doors against
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Tho following symposium on
Ilnwniinn anuexnlion, by Amnri
cnu stnlosinen, coinoa by (ho bulk
outino S. G. Wildor:
Washitigtori, November 14.
Presidout McKiuley will Imuille
tho Hnwniinn question with juet
as much vigor ns did Mr. Harri
son when ho wns President of tlio
United Stnto&. Tins, tit tiny rtite,
is tho oesortiou of Mnjor McKiu
loy's frietids, who clnim to hnvo
iufornitition rentdinj,' Iiih viewo
on im issue proiniiiput during tho
ulosing (lias ol' tlio Ilm risou Ad
miuistintion, nnd tin insuo tlirit
has brought trouble without end
to Mr. (Jlovoluud. Mr. Mclvinley
henrtily favors tho plunk in tho hist
llepublican platform, which de
clared: "Tho Hawaiian Islands should
be controlled by Hid United Slates,
and no foreign powor should bo
permitted toiuteifere with them."
It cannot be nscertainod hero,
howovor, whether Major McKiu
loy will put himself definitely on
record regarding Hawaii until his
first message is sent to Congress.
Then, it is said, he. will deal with
this question in no uueortaiu way.
It is firmly bultoved if tho Ha
waiians make tho proper overtures
McKiuley will declare for annexa
tion. It is believed to bo a cer
taiuty that ho will favor a protec
torate over the Islands. Ho can
do no loss than this and make
good tho pledge in tho Republican
CUBAN QUESTION ritEDOMINATES.
Just at present, however, other
issues are overshadowing tho Ha
waiian question in Washington.
Now that tho troublo over the
Venezuelan boundary is settled
tho Cuban situation is next of in
tornntional importanco. Then,
the Republicans are scheming to
settle certain domestic affuirB
which aro giving them concern.
Littlo Hawaii ma' havo to wait
longer than some people havo
hoped to get utt utiou fiom the
next Administration. There are
few public men in Washington to
day who ctin b induced to talk
about tho wt Administration's
probable policy in dealing with
Souator Morgan i a niombor of
tho Semite Committee on Foreign
Relations. Ho dictated tho fol
lowing to an "Examiner" corres
pondent, in which he gives vent
to somo opinions of unusual in
terest: "I havo no way of ascertaining
tho views of the incoming Admin
istration on theHuwaiian question,
othof than what I havo gathered
from prominent gentlemen in tho
Senate aud others outside of Con
gress. I see no reason -why tho
Republican party should refuse
to follow tho precedent establish
ed by President Harrison on that
" J ho reasons for tho annexation
of Hawaii aro stronger now as far
as tho United States tiro concern
ed, than they wero when Presi
dent Harrison mado a treaty for
that purpose and tho reasou for
tho autonomy of that Government
aro strongor now than they woro
thou, but thoBo peoplo seem to de
sire annexation moro than ovor.
I do not see that anything has oc
curred to drive tho supporters of
Mr. Harrison's policy into oppo
sition to thoir clearly expressed
and oft repeated wishes.
IT IS A GREAT OrPOIlTUNITY.
"The party that annexes Ha
waii to the United States will do
as much for our progress in tho
commerce of tho Pacific as Joffor
flou did for our interior growtli
by tho Louisiana purchase. I
cannot conceive of a party con
fessing to bo American that would
hesituto to grasp a great opportun
ity, unless somo question of more
vital importanco aud nearer homo
should postpone tho annexation
of Hawaii. 1 shall look to that
uniou in the uear future with en
tire confidence, yet if I woro a cit
izen of Hawaii, I would prefer tho
independence of a separate Gov
ernment." Senator Poller of Kansas had
this to say :
"Of course I am not in the con-
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