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DEC, 14. 1901.
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Here are the Names
of the little girls In the lead for the Handsome Doll we will
give away December 33rd.
Alma Ferguson, Fort St 36 votes
Violet Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlle Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 26 "
Ruth C. Soper, Lunaiilo St 18 "
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
Ellen Johnson, Honolulu SoapJWorks, 10 "
Eloise Wicnman, King & Victoria Sts 10 "
Mabel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St.. 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Night at 10:00
o'clock, December 21st.
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Washington, Dec. 2 According to
Manila newspapers, copies of which
hae been recchcrt nt the War l)e-
iiartmnnt thn tHflfl.1(rP tit Pntllll.ltlV (?.
Ninth Infantry, nt llalanslga, Samar.
was planned by deserters from the
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American army. .The newspapers. Corner Merchant nnd NuUanu Htn
state that tuo such deserters are
known to hac acted as spies iwo nays
before the massacre. It Is said that
when (he Klrst Infantry was relieved
by the Ninth on the Island of Samar,
these deserters' obtained some uniform
which had got adrift during the trans
fer, and thus equipped passed as Am
Deserters In Samar aro becoming
crv bold. It Is stated, and It is not nn
Infrequent sight to find notices written
In KiiKllsh posted on trees nnd siiriiu
bcry, Uniting Americans to Join tlioj
insurgents ami instructing mem now
to enlist. It Is also said to be a gen
erally understood fact that deserters
I from the Ninth Caalry (colored) are
responsible for nil the trouble the Am
erican troons hate been hating In the
Ttfllnnfrfla li.nl HPA ft la dllil Hint ill).
sorters from this regiment led the
fight near I.lpa In July, In which Cap
tain Wllhetm nnd Lieutenant Hamsay,
Twenty-first Infantry, nnd Lieutenant
I.ee of the engineers, were killed. Cen
tral Smith, In Samar, and the Twen
tieth Infantty, In Hatangns. are said to
be hot on the trail of the deserters.
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Artist of the Wars
Written tor the llullctln.
A dispatch dated "Chicago, December
S, 1901, has It that Vaslli Vcrcstchagln
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the tops of uprights. The fifth body
Is hidden by tho head nnd shoulders
of a horseman. You look nt the picture
(or a photographic reproduction) nnd
ou hate seen the execution.
"All Quiet nt Shlpka" The fate of a
sentry, Is three pictures. And they ara
war pictures. Klrst The sentry,
hcnWIy clothed, piece nt "support."
standing In snow knee deep. Second-
Is to undertake a painting lloosetelt "he rifle perpendicular, butt resting
, a- t..nM mil Tkl. 1. nnl(il it lipnvIK nlinR (he knpp. ftnnu nlmnst
will fix the President ns the hero-leader j to the waist, the man leaning forward.
of the land fighting of the Spanish- Third Part of one shoulder, part of (
American war. It will Invest him with the headdress of the prostrate sentry,
genuine fame as a soldier. It will fix a foot of the barrel of the piece India-
the war In history ns one of tne great.""" anuve mo snow unit, itibuiiits
wars of all time. I of the Indian Mutiny lllown from
M. Vcrestchngln Is the chief of mill- ,Ouns" Is the Bamo relation to actual
tary painters of the nineteenth and conflict as "All Quiet nt Shlpka." One
......... a ... . .1 . tit., n f.nm n linn nf flnl.l mi.iti II. in
iwcnucm centuries, ah nun Miiinry ...n nun. .. ...ic m .it... i.b. """,
who take any Interest In art are hp- of attendants with main body In the I
notlzed by his productions because they rear nnd a line of captured fiends. In i
nro real. And then the artist Is such the white of Innocence firmly bound1
n man among men. This tianscendent to the mouths of the cannon. Take
genius Is soldier, painter and author. "The Iload to Plevna." It is a way
Ills home Is In Moscow. Ills largest curved at the foot of a slope. There
studio Is at Paris. He has been adopt- are birds of prey on the single wire
ed as n Londoner. He Is considered a of the telegraph line. A few birds nro
distinguished guest In every capital of In the- center of the road. On either
Kurope and now that he becomes ac-1 sine again so intusiinci as 10 ue ai
qualntcd in the I'nlted States, he will most Incidental are the bodies of
bate staunch friends there. I those "left behind" "missing."
A bit more about the man. He Is' This Is eVrcstchagln's own word por-
almost 39 years of age. Is strong and trajal of His pictures of real lighting.
handsome. He has been painting more "Men wrltmng in agony, torn llmu
than forty years. The lad was sent to from limb, mangled and bleeding,
the naval academy, graduated first In headless bodies and nrms and legs
n elasa nf sixty. With his dlnloma of . strewn about tho field, dying men
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graduation he receUed the sther
medal of the Academy of Kino Arts.
To enter upon art ho dlsobecd and dis
appointed his parents. His first stay In
crushed by horses falling oer them
heroes bleeding to death nnd (l)ing of
fecr and want." Of his mental or
personal view of war and of the nrtts
Paris was for three sears under Gc-,tlc aspect of It ho sas, gUIng It
romo. Then he went with a Russian briefly: "When a soldier kills nnother
army detailed to Central Asia to dlsclp- man, he does not ask of himself, What
lino maiiraudlng Turcomans. Hc,hnc 1 done?' On the contrary lie
fought. He was In a camp of COO be- .thinks himself more worthy of reward
sieged by 30,000 saages. The bar-1 If he Is able to kill ten men rather than
barlans rushed tho place but the small two." "War Is the loss of all human
force was sated by the arrival of help
In great strength. Vcrestchngln serv
ed actively In the llusso-Turklsli war,
tense; under Its Influence men become
animals entirely. The artist looks al
ways for passion and passion Is seen at
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Ho lood fighting nnd was little less its height on tho battlefield. Eery
than ki eat as a soldier. He went on to .hour of war brings something new.
Constantinople. He explored India something nccr seen before; It Is the
oxtromo northern India. He. with his reersal of Christianity and for tho
wife, scaled the highest peak but one artist, the author nnd the philosopher
In tho Himalayas. He spent two ears It must nlwajs hae a supremo Inter
In the Holy Land. He spent sears In est."
study of Napoleon. He was intimate Vcrcstchagln dedicates a cairn of hu
with Moltke, with the father of tho man Omw, piled In a desert to "all
present Emperor of Germany and Is conquerors past, present and tu
the close friend of the Emperor of come."
AuBtrla. He once Incurred the most Therefore, "Roosevelt at San Juan
slolcnt displeasure of the Catholic Hill" will bo the greatest of all Am
church. He produced so many palnt-crlcan war pictures. It will bo a thing
Ings that bo wns once charged with )10ad und International and Vaslli
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having some of the woik done by oth
eis. This wns by the Munich Society
of Arts. Ho wiib honorably acquitted.
It nns learned that he aroso at G each
morning and worked sixteen hours ana
iiboo ipath day.
and he has painted well into the hun
dreds. As has been said, he stands
nlono'as tho military nrtlst. Hut he
has made a series ot fifteen Napoleonic
pictures Including the one of tho Im
mortal l"renclin.in In the peasant's hut
ttheie, "for n wholo day ho sits, think
ing, thinking hut nctrr speaking a
vn old tu the expectant marshals who
nwalt his ordeis."
The Holy Catholic chinch made bat
tle upon Verestchagln for Ills "Itisur
rectlon," rcpiesentliig the Savior
stooping In i merging from tho tomb.
Vitriol was throunoti thlsphturo nnd
Kb author promptly distroyid it alto
gether, VcresUhagln was compelled to
destioy a cauviiu shuwing Itusslan sol
illerH In ietre.it. unothei of a wounded
Russian sohlltr "forgotten" and alone
nnd with birds of prey hovering oer
him; another of Russian soldiers
smoklni; their pipes while sitting about
thn bodies of deud comrades. Aloltko
sited the Ilerllu exhibition of Vi rest-
agin, hut put thn ban upon the place
for (lei man soldiers. .'
Vercstchagln's "Kxciutlon of ths
Nihilists v. I.o Murdered tho late
Viar" is one of his foremost tlTiirta.
Tho foreground Is tho black crowd.
Snow Is falling. There :ue u few
mounted ofllccrs. One side of the hol
low bqu.ire about tnn killing striuturo
lb dim Vislhlo Tour bodies hanging
from fehort horizontal tlmbeis fast at
Vcrcstchagln will set firmly In n new
country the Impress ot his compelling
and amuzlng art. V.D. 3,
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