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cessful and defeated candidates Is
heard (he same sentiment of unity. Tin
differences were settled with the close
of the ballot. The duty pf the'hour Is
to go forward guided by purposes
which aim solely to Bcture the election
of party candidates. The same good
Judgment and hard work shown In the
primaries will If carried out In conven
tion and committee deliberations gain
the much desired victory In November.
.If the legislative ticket and the Terri
torial committee is framed on the same
well balanced lines that rule In the
newly elected district committees and
district delegations to the Territorial
convention, there can be nothing more
positive than the assurance that the
Republican party will elect a majority
In the Legislature and the Delegate to
Postofflce Box 718
MONDAY , AUGUST 4, 1902.
It doesn't make much difference
about the lights, so the ballot was
counted and the best men won.
Four hundred and ninety-four votes
In the Seventh Precinct means that
both sides of the controversy have a
reputation to uphold In the general
The party man who refuses to bo
satisfied with Saturday's results falls
short In his estimate of what a party
requires in order to make a successful
If members of the conventions will
keep In touch with the precinct lead
ers, the difficulties of framing a legis
lative ticket will be reduced to a min
imum. Don't forget that It was the
precinct men who brought out the vote.
When men secure recognition from
the party through the methods used by
Charles Hustace Jr and II. I. Murray
there are none to dispute their claim.
Such wide awake party workers are al
ways needed, though they do cause J
break In the precinct program.
The business interest of every citi
zen of this Tenltory demands tbo
election of the business-like Legisla
ture. This Is no time for knife wield
ing or forcing doubtful men upon the
party. Every proposed candidate
should be measured by the rule of per
sonal intergrity and vote getting capacity.
One of the most hopeful signs for thrt
Republicans is the large vote cast in
precincts where In consequence of a
compromise only one ballot was neces
sary to carry the ticket. When voters
will turn out merely for the pleasure of
casting a ballot, it means that Interest
in the party is tomethlng more than a
Keep the good work going and tlio
election enn be won. The greatest
danger to the Republican party Is a
possible apathy among committeemen
and precinct workers who feel that
theie Is nothing to be done until the
conventions are held in September. It
should be remembered that Delegate
Wilcox and the Home Rule forces are
at it nights and Sundays. Keeping
everlastingly at It is the price of vic
tory this year.
The Maul News urges the business
men of Walluku to form an organiza
tion for the promotion of general busi
ness progress of the community. The
counsel will be accepted as good it Wal-
lukuans mean to keep pace with the
times. Organizations on Maui and Ha
waii ready to look out for their own
Interests and cooperate with the bust
ness men of this city can create a
power for Territorial progress that
cannot'be stayed when once It is in motion.
A BRIGHT OUTLOOK.
A more representative list of dele
gates and committeemen than obtained
by the Saturday primary election
would be difficult to obtain. The great
, victory of the day was the good feel
ing that prevailed and the general ac
ceptance of the result without ncrlmon
lousVpost mortems. Factionalism
among hie Republicans Is to all Intents
und purposes an unknown quantity on
this island. The party Is in splendid
condition to go forward to the selec
tlon of able candidates for the Legisla
ture and frame policies that will appeal
to every progressive element of tho
In going over the names of those so
lected to carry out the campaign fair
representation of all elements and so
called factions Is found and with
possibly one exception no word
of complaint is heard from
the forces that failed to elect
their candidates. The family r
of the Seventh Precinct, Fifth Dis
trict, was characterized by an attempt
ed ballot box stealing or stuffing which
was a disgrace. As the faction deter
rained to win by foul means suffered t
defeat In the final fair count, the voters
have good reason to rest satisfied that
tho Republican party has successfully
overcome manipulators whose methods
Fro rathe Toledo Dlade.J
Hazlcton, Pa., July 15. With less
than one-fourth of the strikers In tho
hard coal districts members of tho
ynlon and the certainty tbat many
would like to return to work, one nat
urally wonders why those not entirely
content with union rule do not break
away. The answer to this develops an
interesting phase of neighborhood life
of the anthracite region. As long as
the ruling spirit of tne community fa
vors the strike it is almost Impossible
to Induce the men to go to work. Not
only Is It unpleasant and almost un
bearable to return to work and face
tho gtbes and scorn of his neighbors,
but life for the deserter and his family
becomes almost Intolerable. Even If
the deserter can bear the derlslvo
cries of his neighbors, that Is only tho
leaBt of his troubles. Perhaps seeing
himself hung In effigy does not greatly
bother him, and he can allay his wife s
fears when she learns that an open
grave has been kindly provided for
him by those who do not approve of hta
cojirsc. He will find later on that tho
persecution will take most practical
If he has a little garden tho vege
tables will be uprooted. The front gatu
of his little home will be carried
away and stones shied through the
windows. If his wlfo should leave the
family washing up after dark the
white clothes will be smeared with
mud or perhaps something worse. He
sin fly must expect to be rushed by
marchvrB and this Is not at all pleas
ant. The rushing Is done by tapping
him with clubs, swctchlng him or
punching him. Perhaps a couple ot
lusty fellows will bend him over i
stone fence face down and let the worn
en whip him on tho most available
place. This Is not calculated to Im
prove a man's social standing. It is
true that tho mine owners protect tho
men with police and soldiers after re.
sumDtlon and the union leaders them
selves try to prevent these abuses, but
the deserter fully knows that he will
get some or all of them. The amount
of -punching that goes on in the coursu
of a strike settlement Is something
amazing. One is rather inclined to ad
mire the way It is given and taken. TIITi
men are not malicious. They arc rath
er Inspired by a holy fervor, and think
they are helping along the cause in
the only possible way.
The breaker boys are the most pes
tiferous. They swarm around desert
ers like bees and disappear In the
fields and woods when the police
come. In times of strikes one sees the
big mines enclosed In heavy oaken
waits, which are laced and threaded
with barb wire. These are not to pro
tect tho mines against organized as
saults, but to keep out tho pesky
breaker boy, the Irresponsible rustler,
and hastily formed mobs when the
strike reaches an acute stage.
There have been only one or two
demonstrations of violence and none
are expected for some time. When
they do come they are mainly expe
dients to keep up the courage of the
Btrlkers. They do but little damage,
generally, although if not restrained
are rough on deserters. This Is also
for the effect upon the others. This
mild description Is perhaps utit true ot
the women. They would like to tear
their victims to pieces.
John Mitchell, president of the Unit
ed Mlno Workers of America, Is one ol
the ablest labor leaders of the day.
There Is more horse sense and bust
ness capacity about him than most ol
the leaders. He Is of the same typj
as Mahlon Gailand, whoso conserva
tive and wise administration brought
the Amalgamated Association of iron
and Steel Workers up to tbat high
stato of efficiency where it was taken
hold of by Theodore Schaffcr. Like
Mr. Garland, Mr, Mitchell does not
care for strikes unless ho can win with
them. Ho maintains fairly close busl
ness relations with all the coal trade
and talks business and not sentiment
to them. Ho is respected as an honest
man and an earnest man by those who
deal with him in labor matters,
Intelligence and strong determination.
There is a sombre touch of gloom
about him which pleases the enthu
siast with a cause and a grievance. He
knows the minds, the sympathies and
prejudices of the miners. He appeals
to each In proper proportions, keeping
In touch with them, but not becoming
wholly a part of them. It Is probably
true that he understands this contest
a good deal better than .Mr. 'Daer, the
managing opponent. He knTws how to
sustain the strike sentiment to the last
moment. It is perhaps true that he can
keep this aroused and yet repress vio
lence. If he can prevent riots he will
disappoint Mr. Daer more than in any
other way. Mitchell is not the man
who will stake all on one battle. Un
der his direction the Miners' Union It
now at Its highest efficiency. If he
cannot win he will, like a good general,
confine the loss of prestige to two of
three out of the twenty-five districts.
This Is only ono of the many battles of
his campaign. He has often seen the
folly of one great battle by labor or
ganizations. Ho knows that his oppo
nents dcslro to make extermination of
tbelr victory, If they get one. He will
plan to save his organization it he
must have defeat
Geo. F. Ilaer, president of the Read
ing In early life was a country lawyer
In the mountains of Somerset, Pa. As
he rose In his profession It was as a
railroad lawyer and finally he became
pre-eminent In Philadelphia. He was
forced to tho presidency of the Read
ing, and his administration is that of
a. lawyer and not a railroad man. It Is
as wise and aggressive as It may bo
while the property Is in the hands of a
voting trust. He regards the strike as
a wreck which must be cleared away
to that the combine can proceed on Its
business. The business ot the hard
coal monopoly is to mine 60,000,000
tons of coal a year. The strike is de
laying the output as a wreck might de
lay a train. Ilut tho train will go
through. The o0,000,000 must and will
bo mined. The profits are only delayed.
THE HONOR OF THE ARMY.
Senator Patterson Is right. General
Merritt should now be asked to con
firm or deny Admiral Dewey's state
ment that the engagement which pre
ceded the surrender of Manila was a
mock battle arranged to "save tho
face" of tho Spanish General. Gener
al Merritt commanded the land forces
at that time, and there could haw
been no such arrangement unless he
had been a party to It. If he should
deny Dewey's story, there the matter
would end, nnd Dewey would find it
necessary, as against Merritt, to BUS'
tain himself by documentary or other
evidence. It Merritt should ncknowl
edge the truth of Dewey's statement,
then ho would deserve to(be court-mar
tlallcd, If the statute ot limitations did
not protect him.
It requires no courage to say that to
arrange n mock battle with an enemy
in war and then pass It along Into his
tory as tho real thing Is a highly dis
honorable act, vastly, discreditable to
the army and the country. Much has
been heard ot late about attacking tho
army; but novcr has thero been a se
verer attack upon the honor ot the ar
my than the statement made by Admir
al Dewey. For the sake of American
history, which should tell tho truth,
the President should at least order a
court of Inquiry, whose duty it should
be to sift this matter to the bottom.
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The Bible rendered into "braid
Scots" is tl.o latest crime In transla
tion, far surpassing the horrors of
even the phonetic Bible and the
"modern English" version. Tho crim
inal In this case Is a Canadian minis
ter with tho unsuspicious name of Wil
liam Wye Smith. In an Introduction
bo makes his apology for thinking
such an offence desirable: "And thar
are a hantle p' folk and I meet thcra
a'-gatc wha dinna speak Scots their
sets, but aro keen to hear It, and like
to read it. And thar Is anlther consid
eration the Scots' tongue is no geU
tin' extendlt, and some folk think it
may be lnt a' tho gither 'or lang." Of
tho translation Itself tho following pas
sage from tho twelfth chapter of Revo-
latlon will give a fair Idea: And tho
ylrth Jiclpit tho wumman; and the
ylrth open't her mou', and swallowed
up the spate that tho dragon belched
forth frao his mooth. And tho dragon
waH. fu' o' vvratn again tho wumman,
and ho gacd awa to male war wi' tho
lave of her balms thao that war keep-
in' the commauus o' God, and han-ln
tho teutlmonlo o' Jesus." This Is
something almost as audacious as tho
attempt to make Shakespeare out as
"When you are ready, Gridley, you may fire
Vhen the Adalral's hair was in
danger, he was proxpt to use
Ho writep as follows concerning
it: "I have used COKE DANDRUFF
CURE for the past year and found
it an excellent prfiparation. "
It is guaranteed to cute
Dandruff, Itching Scalp,
Falling'Hair, and to procote a
vigorous, healthy growth.
Imitations ars plentiful but ineffectual. Be sure you get
the genuine sold everywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilet soap. Gives the hair and skin the gloss
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A TEXAN AT HIS EASE.
Washington Evening STar.
Eight stalwart Toxnns visited tha
Capitol this afternoon and were escort
ed by Senator Culberson ot their Stato
to tho prlvato gnllery reserved for
Senators. They aro hero to Invito tho
President to visit Toxas.
When they were seated In tho Sen-
Mr. culbcrBon they
jitors' gallery by
It Is perhaps due to him to print that m,onin nf ,ile , r.na. wcrn unConi.
ho was forced Into this strike through jfortably small, and ono of them, In or
der to overcomo tlio difficulty, slowly
NORWEGIANS A8 8EEN BY NOR
WEQIANS. IChrlstlanla Dagbladct.
Thero Is no denying tho fact that
beauty among tho male population of
ChrlBtlanla Is a diminishing quantity,
and this ugliness ot Norwegian men Is
accentuated by-Idiosyncrasies both of
dress and toilet. Gorman shoddy ma
terial of tho most Incongruous shades
Is dumped In Chrlstlanla, where It
Unds a ready sale. Again, Norwegians,
by abstaining from manly sports such
as prevail In England, develop a rotun
dity of body which Is positively unsightly.
WAKE UP MAUI.
CONGRESS ABHORS THE MERIT
tho bad Judgment of outsiders. It was
felt by tho subordinate leaders that
tho samo forces which caused tho men
to win twq year's ago could do so again.
Mitchell was made to believe this and
pushed the negotiations further than
he otherwise would have done. Even
then there was n way of retreat, but It
was closed by some hasty expressions
on the part of Indiscreet friends.
, As the manager of the largest strike
in the history of the United State; he
commands the confidence of tho work
ers In the trade Involved. They re
spect his sincerity and his business
judgment. They know that ho thor
oughly understands tho situation and
will patiently and systematically bring
to the asslstaneo ot tbo organization
every forco he can reach. Nearly ev
ery miner knows him personally. That
la thai hnvn lmni-,1 lilm ftnpnk nt Ihnlr
furnish the first local example of ques- meetlngs. In appearance and manner
tlonable ward politics, no meets their expectations as a lead-
All along the line, tamong the suc-jer. His grave, dark face shows high
raised ono foot and placed It over tho
chair In front of him, then tho other,
and placed It In a like position. Thus
utilizing two seats, the stalwart Texan
was enjoying a degreo of comfort not
possible In n single clmlr.
From the floor of tho Senate and
from the gnllerlcs It could ho easily
seen that ha had on boots. This rath
er unique spectacle caused him to bu
the center of attraction for some time
and until a doorkeeper touched him rn
the Bhoulder and suggested the Impro
priety of one man taking up two scats.
He then slowly and deliberately with'
drew the boots from tho seat In front
of him, and, although perhaps wl'h
some discomfort, confined himself to a
single chair during tho remainder of
his stay in the gallery.
It Is well known that the palm-Ilko
nlpa tree of tropical Asia lias a sap
exceedingly rich in sugar, but to salty
that Its utilization has not been found
A citizens' committee, somewhat lit
tho nature of n chamber of commerce,
Is one of tho crying needs ot Walluku,
nnd tho sooner It Is organized the bet
ter. There are now qulto a number of
prominent citizens In Walluku, all ot
whom sincerely desire tho advance
ment nnd prosperity of our charming
little town, but aspirations for better
things cut no Ice. In orJer to accom
plish actual results, a united, unselfish
nnd determined effort Is required, nnd
tho field Is now white to tho harvest
WHERE IS REEL).
Tho Republicans aro preparing for a
lot of campaign speakers down In
Maine. There will be curiosity to hear
Mr. Spooner ot Wisconsin, If he Is as
lively on the stump as he Is in the
Senate. Dut whero is Tom Reed? Time
was, and that not very long ago, that
"Ono blast upon his bugle-horn
Were worth a thousand men,"
Congressmen are not reconciled to
tho merit system, nnd perhaps never
will be. At tho last session Congress
made provision for twenty additional
members of the Board of Pension Ap
peals. The work of tho board is a year
nnd n half In arrears. The new offices
should bo given to the most capable
employes of the Pension Ofllce, who are
familiar with the pension laws. Con
gressmen bttspected that this would
happen If they did not order otherwlBe.
Therefore It was specifically provided
In tho law that pension ofllce clerks
shall not be selected, and that tho
places shall not be filled through the
Civil Service Commission. "Patronage
is too valuable and ecarco to be thrown
away, Tho twenty new offlces, to
which good salaries are attached, will
bo given to men who have no recom
mendations except the friendship ot in
ifuentlal Congressmen. The Interests
of the public servlco ore not to be con
sidered when they clash with the per
sonal, selfish Interests of lawmakers.
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Senator Burton of Kansas, who Is
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President Roosevelt of all the politi
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It, but Is now embarrassed to find that
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