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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, FED. 25, 1002.
Situations nnd Help Wanted
WANTED Sltimtlon an maid or scam-
stress in private family by an Eng
llsli girl. 'Address M. S, this ofllco.
WANTED Position to do general
housework on caro for children. Ad
dress (llrl, this office. 2075-lw
EXPERIENCED dry Roods salesman
nants position. Address 0 O . this
efflcp. 2072 3t
WANTED Young man wants work
of any kind; experienced waiter nnd
porter. 1. A. J., this olllco.
WANTED Young man desires n sit
nation as porter In hotel. Address
K. E. P, this offlcc. 20700-lw
YOUNQ man would Uko to do book-'
keeping for two or thrco small
Arms; references. Address I), llul-i
lttin offlcc. 20G0-1W
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This It the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position ns guardian, postouico om
elal or an other position of trust,
Honolulu Investment Co. 2031 tf
MOT1CE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE HAND FOP.
SALE. 1543 If
WANTED A furnished cottage Ad
dress A II. this office 2079 tf
WANTEO Gentleman desires board
and room In prlvato family Address,
stating term, A 11 C, llulletln omeo.
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Mnrlno Insurance Co.
omc Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 500 men to shavo for 15c.
Jeff's, -13 King St; flvo whlto bar
bers. 2011 tf
FOR SALE A light surrej, rut under
complete with curtains shaft and
pol". vcr) cheap account of lenv
(tig lit. Addiess M II this office
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow, Just
calved. Apply to Lewis i Co
fOR SALE Furniture for eight room i
cottage. Including piano Enqulro
125.i Lunnliio cor Kewalo 207fi-lvvl
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, alsoi
very old calablshcs, somo unpollsh-'
lit. Address Z , this office. 4s tf
FOR SALE Furniture. Call at Room
II. Queen Hotel, Nuuanu St.
2070 lw I
FOR SALE Farm of 10 acres, with!
house all Improved and fenced, at I
iionoKua, Hawaii. lluu. liouso anu
Jot. Kewalo, 50x100, S0O. House,
and Int. King St, COX120. $3000.
part mortgage, part cash. Lcaso
lold, 20 j ear 8 on King St., near LI
Hha, 77x200. Ono Ono gcntlo driv
ing horse, suitable, for any lady.
$1500 to loan on good security. In
ulry S. Decker, with W W Wright,
Xing, cor, South St.
FOR SALE Horse nnd phaeton; horso
gentle, good under saddlo; phaeton
almost new. K. C. U Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle
Apply at this office. 2035 tf
"TO LET Cottage, Cottage Orove,
King St. Enqulro No. 8 cottago.
J 2074 tf
TO LET Cottages off I .hool St. nr.l
Nuuanu. $15 and $17. On Insano
Asylum road. $12.50 and $0.50. P.
S. It. Strnuch, 32 Campbell block.'
316 Fort t 2051-2m
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public; marrlago licenses.
Room 11, Magoon Bldg.
F. M. DROOKS attorney; rooms 9 10,
Bpreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
nnmnnu St ; Tel. 181 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attornoyat-Law,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
law; Kaahumanu tit.
I M. LONG Omccs 3.2 33 Campbell
bldg ; Tel Main 278.
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker; room,
4, Spreckcls bldg.
C A. COWAN 1180 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc
Mcdonald & langston contract-
firs nnd nulldera; Uo8 Union St.
N. K. OT8UKA Contrnctor nnd build
pr, carpenters and masons; oxenvat
luff, filling and curbing; stono and
trick; ballasting ami coment walks;
7Ioom 4, Arlington Hotel; Tol. Main
THE KA8H CO., LTD. Two stores.
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
Ails, will be Inttcrtcd I'KEE.
WANTED I'list class housekeeper,
familiar wltn hotel work; refer-
ences Address II K., llulletln of-
WANTED First class baker and pas
try cook, for hotel work.
II I , nulletln office.
SALESMEN WANTED To sell our
goods by sample to wholesale and
retnil trade, wo aro tho largest and
only manufacturers In our lino in tho
world, liberal salary paid. Address
CanDex Mfg Co, lluffalo, N. Y.
WANTED German girl to do general
household work nnd caro for chil
dren. Mary, Iltillettn olllco.
TO LET Five room cottngo off Wal
kikl road between Hopkins and
Uishop switch Immcdlato posses
sion Apply Hawn. Tramwnjs of
fice, Punahou, 20C4 tf
i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
glo or en suite, first-class tabic
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Derctanla St.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms en
sulto with privilege of light house
keeping 714 Fort St. 2058-lm
TO LET Newly furnished airy suite,
table board Is desired 141 Ucretama
Ate. 2073 U
TO LET Two nicely furnished rooms
closo to Itapld Transit 1! II. power
house. Tho .Balmoral, 831 Young
now houi e,
'TO LET- 1'urnlshoa room, with ''J1.' i
attached, for couple, with or with
out hoaid, In private family. In
town Apply this olllce. 2075 tf
TO LET Iloomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water nnu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Cottage on Vineyard St. nr.
cast corner of Emma St ; contains
four rooms, with pantrj kitchen nnd
bath room electric lights Apply
to Trustees Gear, Lansing & Co,
Judd bldg 2070 lw
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
.UCI.UI1I1U1 b. uumt'Q luuc. ivoo u
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.;
six rooms, modern improvements,
$20. Honolulu Investment Co, Judd
llldg. 2072 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
uuwiy lUlIllBUCU TUUI11B, U1UBIJUUU
proof; terms renzonable. 1930 tf
LOST Hindi purso with watch and
two le s Sultnblo reward If re
turned to the llulletln ofllce "m lw
LOST Small gold locket; Initials It.
J T on back, Finder plcaso return
to this office. Reward. 2074 lw
YELLOW cannrv bird. In vlclnltv of
Howard at Bulletin
LOST Black cloth cape, white satin
lining Leavo at Wells, Fargo olllco
and recelvo toward. 4s lw
LOST Deeds In favor of L. P Mar
ques, E. Plrcs and J D. Marques,
ono Insurance, policy and Nahlku
stock certificate Finder will bo re
warded by returning samo to J D.
Marques, at Lewers & Cooke.
LOST On road around Diamond Head
brown leather purso marked "F.O.,
and containing keys, etc. Reward
If returned to Bulletin ofllce.
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance ngalnst tho break
ago of plate glass at Tho Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051 tf
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Flno carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Derctanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, C1C Miller Street.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
mercial Law end Adjustment Agen
cy; rooms 10-16 Magoon bid. 1'ei. 328.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Boom 10 Mclntyro Block. .
DR. ALBERT E. NICH..-8 Dentist;
1154 Alakea St , olllco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless oxtractlng.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lego 92; Masonic Temple; Tol. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Mott
Smith bldg,; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Derctanla SL;
ofllco hours 8 a m, to 4 p. m.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; nfllce, 1313 Wil
der Avo ; Tel 3441 llluo.
Bulletin. 76n oer month.
W. DEAKDANE Card engraving and
Btamplng; room 2, ito bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnverloy but ; Tel.
021 Dine! pkgs called for and dcl'd. '
C. A. 8CHMIEDTE Ilaggago express i
nnd drajago; Tel. White 921.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Kort St , near Kukul-
rrults and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEAS Tlcrotnnla near Emma cations to amuse, Instruct nnd enter
St.; Tel 2312 Illue. tain I am proficient In ncqualntance-
8. J. SALTER-Succcssor to Salter &
Walty: 712 Tort St., Orphcum blk.J
Tel 081 Illue.
F AVEIROS Groceries;
Walklkl of Emma 8t.
CITY 8HOEINO SHOP J. W. McDon
ald, Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
HARNE8S AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8HOP Fort
SU opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN King 8t., near Fort;
Tel. 200 Main.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
wntchmakcr; 530 Fort St.; Lovo
bhlg.; latest in novelties.
at the PANTHEON SALOON.
SL nr. Hotel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Bcreta
ELLIS HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Mctropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakea St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments, studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg ; Tel. 2C4 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. next to Love
bldg ; cholco lino of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Butterlck
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso and
Thoat; ottlee at Eyo nnd Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODQIN8 Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; office Alakea
St, lately occupied by Dr Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-320 Bcrctanla Ave; Tel BIuo 3551.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
nerctanla Avo.; Tel. Blue 821.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sower connections n
specialty Charges to suit tho
limes. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN minting and paper
hanging; Territory Stnbles. King St.
REAL E8TA I E.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots ani
residences for salo; 307 Stangcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for real cstato,
also to grant marrlago licenses;
68 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept
right. Try it. nt tno PANTHEL
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Kaahumanu SL I
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr Nil
uanii. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg, 61G Miller St.
"When you are ready,
When the Admiral's hair waa in
danger, he waa prompt to use
He writep as follows concerning
it "I have uaed COKE DANDRUFF
CURE for the paat year anil found
it an excellent prnparation "
It is guaranteed to cute
Dandruff, Itching Gealp,
Falling Hair, and to promoto a
vigoroua, healthy growth
Ioitationa are plentiful but
the genuineBold everywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilet soap. Gives the hair and ekin the gloss
and glow of youth and perfect health.
A.R.Bremer Co. Chicago.
Hobron Drug Company
Port and King Streets,
Volcano Marshall Writes
HIS IMPRESSIONS OR
Americanism in Manila
Under the tllo
writes his Impres
sions of Manila after two dns' resi
dence To write Intelligently about a conn
1ry onc mu8t have a thorough knowl-j
uf tliul c0,mtry. Pardon my
1 modesty while I speak of my qualm-
rtlp llh ManllaMho Ulnml of Luion.
nnd the Philippines. And why should
I not he' Did I not come to this port
In the Hancock, and did she not ar-
rive the day before jesterdny? How
much Information nn Inquisitive and ntlon In the nocturnal time,
observing man can acquire during a
two dajs' residence In Manila passcth I It Is a sourco of much regret to me
all understanding, I can now fully ' to sec the Flllplna carry such Immense
comprehend the great care In compl- loads on her hiad. This, I am Inform
latlon and extreme accuracy In state- ed, has been going on for centuries
ment of many of the mainland maga- II should have been stopped In Its In
line articles about this land of the
lizard and the water buffalo. I am
also convinced of the essential truth-
fulness of tho pamphlets promulgated .
by the Uoston Humano and antl-l
Liberty League for the Suppression of '
Americanism and the Propagation ot
Insurrection along tho banks of the
I'aslg Ohl If these Uoston pamphlc
leers could Been the Filipino ns I have
seen him during the past two davs
they would never b satisfied until
they had amended tho Declaration of
Independence by striking out the lines
that "all men aro horn end created
I have been asked to write my Im
pressions of Manila. My Impressions
nro many for my experiences have
What Impresses me tho strongest
Is the warm welcome necorded new-
comers nnd especially Americans by
tho old residents, the Filipinos and
the Chinos, This great hospitality
for It cannot be called an thing else
Is conspicuously nnd alarmingly dls-
plavcd In the emporiums. Every onc
of my Amerhan renders has encoun-1
tcrcd It There Is such a fairness on
tho part of the Filipinos nnd Chinos
to glvo us full valuation for our money
that It has often caused me to shed
silent tears. The nssortment of prices
In these emporiums In ever) Instance scampered up and down tho stalrn.
Is greater than the nssortment ot they banked themselves against the
goods; nnd If this Isn't so. I'm n mud door of ni room My pen trembles as
oyster being served In any style for 1 recall the noise they made. They fled
forty cents Mex. j to the kitchen where their voltes were
Tho Americans see this glad hand accentuated li falling pans and kct
extension of brotherhood in the con- ties,
duct of the cocherds. Who nmong my It was a night of horror,
renders has ever been overcharged by In the morning I spoke to the pro
these Jehus' Who nmong my renders , prlctor about the concert,
has ever had a dispute, however slight, "Veil It Is this way," said he.
over the fare exacted? Talk about tho I "Ze tatB save me ze exponsn of buy
banditti of Bulgaria and Miss Stone's Ing ze piano!"
experience, what about the cocheros Such self disinterested phllnsophj
prodntory raids on American pocket dctcrves a bounteous lew aid.
books In Manila? I
j The inlk about importing 'rickshaws
I have spoken about the assortment and coolies to draw them, seems to an
of prices In the emporiums, pardon me American Just from the States as a
while I tell of only one of many of monumental Joke What Is the matter
my experiences It wns In a store on with an electric car line? Wuuld the
tho Escolta 1 priced a box of clgais j introduction of an electric car lino de-
"Tres pesctns," Bald tho bland at-1 stroj the haimony of seventeenth cen
tendnnt. with n smile that would be-iturj methods? If It would, what la
comlngly become n canonized saint.
Then discovering that I hadn't nc
qulred the white suit habit, and was
now to the land of blown shoulder ex
posure, Iip quickly ndded "cuatro pese
tas," which had hardl) been utteied
befoio he ejaculated, "noventa ccntl
"I'm dninned." Bald I. "this heats
playing the National game of ilraw
when you aro Inst In say, and have
three aces on the come In." The lion-
est nml Hospitable gentleman had rals-
ed me from slxtj Mex. to ninety cents
Now when I pass that emporium I
am accompanied by a policeman.
Illght here. In passing, I want to
Bay something about the Manila po
liceman tho white policeman. They
are tho finest body of men that I have
over seen, iney are n tiedlt to tho terprlse and tho creative genius of
town and themselves. I Americans. It possesses a civilization
I mthely Its own. In tho iirchltcctuia
A visitor, nn Amerhan visitor at and customs of tho seventeenth ccn
least. Is at onio apprised of the tlior-, tuij It occupies a picturesquely unluua
ougn plumbing system of Manlln I
GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring nnd
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
Gridley, you may fire"
Bo sure you get
hne never been In a city on tho main
land Blmllar In slzo where the plumb
ing Is so proficient and so satisfactory
as In this town of churches. I have
ttiDDfi.l miiii el nomine a Vtnnra In n vnln
endeavor to account why this Is bo,
hut yet I have been unablo to solvo tho
problem. Apparently ou have no
plumbing trust, nnd 1 haven't seen the
Blgn of Sanitary Plumber Jones, Sanl-
tnry Plumber Smith either In the
Walled City or the new town, yet the
lavatories In your hotels and resorts
arc as odoriferous as a Tied of garlic In
bloom; nye, a glue factory In full oper-
rcptlon. It has dwarfed tho race, In
my Judgment ,' and accentuated the
difficulty of American occupation. It
In too late now to rectify the evil.
The low stature of the hombre has a
tendency to thwart accurate American
marksmanship In Datangas and other
places on tho firing line. I wish it
It is understood, of course, that
every American who vll(a Manila ha
delightful hotel cpciicnres. I nm no
exception to this tule. Mv first night
In town was n memorable one, nt least
to me. I staved at n popular hostelrj.
not at press, but at advanced rates.
Have vou noticed tho Manila cat'
No' Well the Manila cat hns more
rllm thnn tho mrilnlnnil rat. nt IraHt
lie has more exposed: his skin flU
tightly on his frame; he Is an clongat
rd cuss, llut the charm of tho Manila
cat doesn't consist In his beauty; It is
contained In his voice. Thcro Is more
.discord In a Manila cat's voice than in
n circus band and parade of nations
when (lie Hon roarcth and the whang-
When the stillness of advanced night
fell on the hotel It wns Invaded by an
nrmv of Manila cats. I was aroused
fiom slumber by an unearthly noise
nnd lacket. At first 1 thought It was
nn uprising of Insurrectos. The cuti
tbo matter with water buffalo locomo
tion'' Bathing pools could be con
strutted along the thoroughfare.'
wheieln the buffaloes could disport
I had the pleasure short!) after my
nirlval of meeting 1 hcodoro II Baugh-
mnn, a government packer nnd a sol
dlcr of three wars. Ho had Just re
turned from the scene of carnage In
Batnngns The veternn spoke in the
warmest tirms of General Bell's mcth-
ods of campaigning. "I tell jou," said
Baughman, as he attempted to cut u
tenderloin steak with a bone In It
Bell made the scoundrels hump and
gather themselves like a burnt boot.'
.Manila, as well as the entire archl
pclago. Is undiscovered. It knows
nothing about American thrift and en-
position a position that Is untenant-
tlve In twentieth century progress. To
ictnlii the must and mold of the seven
teenth centuiy It must cease to be Am
erican tenitor). This scvcilng of ties
from the greut democratic lepuhllc of
the western world cannot be biought
nbout except thiough tho consent of
the United States. America has lost
too many valuable lives and expended
too much money to w Ithdraw from tho
archipelago to have It relapse Into
anarchy and barbarism.
In my Judgment there Is a great fu
tuie for this archipelago, hut tho
country must be developed nlong Ameri
can lines and by American capital
The soil Is prodigiously feitllo and
rich In mineral wealth. The timber
on the Islands, In uluo, is bejond
computation. Tho country Is Inhabit
ed by a seml-barbaious people How
aie thej to be pacified? Ily military
force and the opening up of lands to
American homcstendeis. The savages
that Inhabit these Islands will teccile
bcfoie American Invasion as the nu
nitrous nnd warlike American Indians
vanished ns the slai of civilized em
pire westward took Ifs way Amerl
can piogress In these Islands cannot
be letnrded by supeistltlous, dcpiavcd
and munitions vwetches, If they num
bcred millions and were armed with
repeating rifles Instead of bolos In
these Islands history Is performing tho
same old story It Is lepeatlng Itself.
The trouble In the pacification of
I this country by my countrymen has
been a conflict of authority Tho mill
taiy never ought to have been super
seded before overy Insunecto was
either thoroughly nnd effectually pad
fled by death or disarmed. If It wero
not so serious, what a huge farco It
would bo tho giving of civil govern
ment to a lot of savages armed with
bolos to Impalo thoso extending civil
rights on the blades of the murderous
In the conditions which prevail In
this archipelago I believe In tho fight
ing greatness of my countrymen. They
should he permitted to fight. The hot
bed of Filipino Insurrection Is In this
very town. From this point the miser
able, depraved and ungodly wretch
with the marks of Cain In every linea
ment of face, skulking through tho
brush of tho provinces to torture, mur
der nnd mutilate Americans derives
succor. Why not strike nt tho base of
On ono notable occasion an Illus
trious Virginian exclaimed: "Peaco!
Pcacel acntlemcn may cry pcaco but
there Is no neacc." Identically tha
samo condition prevails In this archi
pelago today. And who Is responsi
ble for this condition? Certainly not
the military The aslnlno policy of
conciliation Is responsible.
Insurrection leaders, villains who
liavo plotted against the best govern
ment on earth, murdered soldiers nnd
In fiendish delight and devilish Joy
Impaled Innocent nnd unarmed men
on bob blades simply becauso they
were Americans, now occupy positions
of trust and emolument under tho
civil government. Who placed them
there and for what purpose? So-called
Americans placed them there, and It
looks to me for no other purpose than
to prolong tho Insurrection.
It seems strange; aye, unbellvabla
to me, that In a country where so much
hemp Is raised so little Is used hang
Ing traitors and cutthroats.
Manila, January 14, 1902.
STRONG MANHOOD AND ASSURED
LIBERTY IS SAYS JUDGE ESTEE
SECRET OF WASHINGTON'S
AND NATION'S GREATNESS.
(Continued from page 3.)
maintained that honesty Is the best
policy. Wo have sought no foreign al
liances Wo have maintained alwavs
that the national honor should bo sus
tained by our Government as strictly
as our personal honor Is maintained
with Individual men.
Ono of tho secrets of tho greatness
of tho American nation is tho encour-
agnment given to home builders and
home Industries America has always
been the poor man's homo because lie
could obtain hero n dwclllng-ptaco
from the public domain.
American Manhood and Money.
In Revolutionary times tho people
had more manhood than money. Let
us hope that our Increase In wealth
will not result In a decrease in man
hood In fact. It Is contrary to the
letter and spirit of tho American Gov
ernment for American money to repre
sent or control American manhood
llnnpstv nml Intnltlfunr-n nrn Clin linola
of all true Americanism. There aro!"1"'1- u,uer '' foI(ls- llbf"y "l,c,3'
no social distinctions here created bv Wherever tho flag waves this Ilepub
wealth or recognized In any form by
Atneilcnn law. No classes exist com
posed of men who represent anv thing
but manhood, Intelligence, patriotism.
honor nnd good citizenship. Knowl
edge and virtue are tho basic prlncl
pies of this Republic. Without both
this great nation would fall becauso
Individual manhood Is tho strength of
tho nation And the security of equal
Ity to all men Is the chief glory of this
Interest in Government.
Tho greatest achievement of tho
United States Is found In our form of
government nnd In tho tact that each
American citizen Is a part of that gov
ernment It matters not as to tho so
cial or financial condition of the citi
zens, Tor the rich and the poor in
America meet as equals at the polls.
Their political rights aro tho Bame.
Tho poor, If possible, havo a greater
interest in good government than havo
the rich. Tnoy havo to cam their
bread by their labor, and the better
and more liberal tho government tho
higher will bo their wages and tho bet
ter their chance to get on In life.
For Instance, nothing Is bo advan
tageous to an American citizen as a
permanent home Llfo nnd property
cannot bo made Bccuro by forco alone.
Tho peoplo must have a good reason
for loving their country. What bettor
reason than to furnish each settler
with a homo from the public domain?
That has been done In other paits of
tho Republic. Why not try tho oxper
We must cultivate tho arts of
peace; a man who has something to
lose by war Is for peace. Every Amer
ican must bo a producer. While
Washington was a soldier, ho was a
soldier only until tho liberty of tho
people nnd nn honorable peace were
secured Ills business was farming,
Lincoln was not a soldier, but he did
more to preservo tho liberty which
our fathers Intended for tholr poster
ity than any other ono man in our
history since Washington, Tho two
great names of this nation nro Wash
ington nnd Lincoln. The nnmes nnd
deeds of Washington and Lincoln
would alone mako any country great.
Future of Hawaii.
My friends, the futuro ot theso Isl
ands cannot bo foretold. They not
only havo wonderful producing capac
ity, but they aro located on tho main
highway of nations. Honolulu Is go
Ing to bo one of tho commercial out
posts of civilization, and In time will
lin a great city.
Theso Islands arn among tho most
prosperous portions of tho whole
country, and yet wo should not bo mis
led into tho too popular Idea that wo
aro the 'principal part of tho Ameri
Could Asiatics Do It?
Does any ono of you believe that un
dei nny other form of government thnn
a republic or with any other people,
the American nation could havo secur
ed In less than 12G vcars such a vast
population In tho United States; that
wo could havo accumulated In 'hnt
length of tlmo over $70,000,000,000
of property? Think of it. Could
Asiatic labor accomplish this? Is It
not rather tho fact that American la
borers aro Amorlcan citizens and
American rulers which largely ac
counts for our national growth? Is
It not better In tho long run to seok
for our workers from thoso who think
as well as thoso who work? Our fath
ers did this. Why cannot wo? Cheap
labor means a low standard of man
hood That Ib bo In all Asiatic coun
It should ho remembered always
that tho voung peoplo of this genera-
tlon aro to bo tho workers and think-
crs of tho next. 'We should remember
also that tho men who labor do tho
voting, and tnat tho road to prosperity
is open to nil men. In this freo coun
try that tho man who seeks to ho
ono of a class and with few In the
class will booh bo outclassed; that
Amerlcnns nro tho bread-winners ot
tho world. And so America has be
come the ono Idcnl homo for tho labor
ing poor. Tho poor do not remain poor
nere, iney uecomo ncn. in met, tho
poor people of America aro as Inde
pendent ns aro tho rich pcopto of most
other' countries; they create tho
wealth of tho country. Thus America
Is a nation of workers nnd of thinkers.
"Wealth has accumulated but men
havo not decayed."
America has proven tho truth of tho
Ulbllcal doctrlno that tho "laborer Is
worthyjjf his hire." In this country
tho laborer dignifies his pursuit In lira
by becoming nn honornblo part of our
body politic, llu Ib a law-abiding cit
izen. Indeed, there Is no room In this
great Republic for a favored few.
Good citizenship Is tho only title an
American ought to bo proud of.
Looking back upon tho past, who Is
not proud of our American ancestry,
tried as they were tried, proven as
tney wero proven? And yet they all
camo from tho ranks of tho poor.
We Must Remember.
Tho peoplo of theso Islands must re
member that they camo Into tho Amer
ican family after tho teething period
of national childhood was over; wo
wero a full grown nation when the Isl
ands were annexed. Our llbeitles
wero secure, our victories won, our
national greatness established, our
fame world-wide. The monuments ot
American progress wero seen all over
tho country. They aro found In our
industrial prosperity In our school?
and colleges, In our vast Bystems of
transportation on land and sea, in our
great cities and In our marts of trado
and In all tho thriving Industries of
a great and enlightened people.
What Makes the Country Great.
It Is not tho land or tho sea that
makes our country great; not tho vast
extent of our territory, nor tho gran
deur of Its scenery, the height of our
moiintalns, the fertility of our soil, tho
customs of our peoplo or our great
wealth, the glories of tha past or tho
hopes of tho future. It is our men;
they arc tho soul, the spirit of tho na
tionmen whose loyalty to tho coun
try has become an Inspiration. Ameri
can manhood makes this nation great.
Wo arc yet In tho heyday of youth.
Wo stand on the shoro of a continent-
nl nation and with conscious prldo
look out upon tho great beautiful
world and behold how much wo havo
dono In tho past and how much wo nro
now doing for civilization and for man
kind We know what tho world has
learned from our example, how far tho
cause of liberty has been promoted by
our efforts, how rapidly civil and re
ligious freedom hns progressed and
how universally education has been
secured to all
The flutter of tho Stars and Stripes
means nioro thnn tho prcsenco of a
breeze and n piece of bunting, for by
that flag this nation was first recog-
lie holds dominion. On tho land and
on tho sea that flag is nn Inspiration
of patriotism, of freedom and of liber
ty regulated by law Our flag Is not
only tho prldo of Americans, but It Is
tho hopo of the world. Wo havo de
clared to mankind that It Is Intelli
gence, manhood and patriotism which
governs In this country.
With such citizens, always read tq
defend tho nation, this Republic can
not die. It lives and will continue to
live, the soul, tho spirit of a great gov
ernment. It may bo baptized anew,
but it will contlnuo to stnnd the Ooloi
sus of all nntlons. Its feet upon tha
continents, its scepter over tho sea,
and Its forehead among the stars.
New York, Tcb. 12 A cable to tho
Sun fiom Monte Carlo says: Dcsplto
threatening weather and nn uncertain
wind, M. Santos Dumont today mado
the longest and most successful trip
In his airship ho has made since his
arrival here. Ho ascended from the
shore to tho limit of his guide ropo
and then Balled eastward as far as Capo
When nearly opposlto Villa Cyrnos,
from which ex-Empress Eugenie nnd
a distinguished party wero watching
him, ho stopped and mado a series ot
graceful evolutions, tho airship being
under perfect control. Ho returned
here with the wind at a smart pace
and alighted without a hitch. Half
way between the Aerodrome and Capo
Martin, the sky becoming cloudy and,
the wind suddenly rising, the aeronaut
wheeled about and returned to Port
d'Herculc, vvhero tho occupants of ;i
steam launch wero able to seize tho
guldo ropo and to conduct tha airship
near the aerodrome at 2:33 o'clock.
King Humbert's Death
Planned in New York
Now York, Feb. 12. In a report
mado by tho police to tho Italian Era
Embassador In Washington nnd tho
Italian Consul here tho direct asser
tion Is made that the killing of King
Humbert was planned In this city
The police have named tho men who
conspired with Oactano Ilresci, but so
far as Is known no attempt has been
mado to arrest them.
Just four months to a May before
the assassination of Humberg, accord
ing to this police report, the crime
was planned at a meeting of anarchists
held at the Hotel Columbo. That
meeting was called by Malatcsta, who
presided. Among others present were
Ilresci, auldo Canova, the Orazzlnl
brothers and tho Illatto brothers who
aro now fugitives believed to be In
Just at tho close of the meeting
Ilresci volunteered his services For
this ho was loudly applauded, nirflf
Malatcjta promised to return to Eu
lopo to watch tho Bltuatlon nnd send
word when the time wns tlpo for tin)
blow. Doth Ilresci and Malatcsta kept
their word, and King Humbert died
the death that was planned for him In