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Vol. XV III No 3500
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(PRESIDE NT PALMA
CUOA'S FIRST AND LATEST PRESI DENT, WHO HAS RE8IONED HIS
AUTHORITY TO AMERICANS l
Message To Anegawa
Ship To Stand By
"STORY. OF PASSENGER FROM MIDWAY
That tlio r:iiliilii of tlio AnoRiiwa
was i-nlliiily responsible for tliu leav
ing of tlo Mongolia In her tliiiiKCrous
rolllon mill Hint tlio Jiipaticso (lov
crnint'iit would nut (iiiintciiaiico nny
rucli action In tint story which wan
tnlii lo n lliillclln reporter thla rnoin
Inn t II. Wllbor Itnlibliis. represent
atlui of Hit) I'louoor Hull l'apor Com
puny of I.ob Aiweles. who wan u pas
homier on tlio MoiiRiilin, mill picked
up his Inforiimlloii nt Mldwny. Ilo
Tlicrt In no iliiulit of (ho dlsliicll
nation of tlio Aiu-Kiinn'H captain In re
lation in rIvIiik nsslslamo to tlio Mnn
Kiilla when Mho wns on tho Midway
icef Only a slight pull was needed
The safety of your valua
able paper Is our salvation.
Either Is cheap at Fl.ve Dol.
lars a year when it comes In
a safe deposit' box.
HENRY WATERHOU5E TRUST CO
MAtlU IN NLWIOBK
ill Tl i $ iWfi l ac
lo pet her off, hill in place of iIoIiir
this ho hardly cum put u Btrnln on
tliu only jcahlc which ho linil on hoard.
Tlio j urn to tlio clTect of IiIh luiJnr.
mi rallies Is pii'iHwtcrniw. Thoru wcru
calilcH on hoard tliu Mnnijolla of lino
htfcl wlro which woro offered for tlili
UKU and ho wnuld not accept them.
Caplniu l'ortcr offeirtl him coal, which
1... .-.f.t.tn.l unvl.it Hint It inti Iflfl
much work to Iruidlu It tlioiiRh lliero
wcro llRhterH which could put It
aboard for him twenty toils) nt n
"That the .lnpanot.0 fiovcrnment did
not feel In rt'Riiril to tho MonRolln an
he did was kIiowii by tho fnct that
Jimt alter ho had left n cnhlo wan re
tched from tho .Inpaneso Minister of
War mlilrciiHOil to the captain of tho
AncRiiwn, ImttructliiK lilm lo Htny by
tho MoiiRolla us lotiR ns ho could bo
of nny uKHlHlnnee. This ciflilo was re
ceived at Midwny niter thu AncRutfa
had left, nnd slut left without wolllng
i lor uny reply to n hicbbiiro which was
keiit by her captain saylnR thut tlio
iMoiiRolla wus n lolnl wreck and that
llieie wns no prospect oi BauiR ner.
"Thu AneRUwn left Mldwuy without
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Iteincniber Hint Jim can Ret nil tin.
curf boarda that you wmit at tlio rfe.i-
We Have The
In clothes to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultia.fashlonable cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which oood
clothes are sold nowadays,
there Is no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL 8T0.
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SECRETARY TAFT ASSUMES
TO KEEP CUBAN PEACE
Associated Press Cable to the Bulletin
Havana, Sept. 29. The American Provision
al Government was established today with W.
H Tafc, United States Secretary of War, as
Provisional Governor There has been no
trouble and the people are accepting conditions
in good spirit.
The assumption of authority by the
United States makes the Independent
existence of the Cuban Republic short
and sweet. The Island was freed
fiom the domain of Spain by the
Snan stvAmer can war. After Gov
ernment had been established and or
ganization taken the place of anarchy,
the Cubans were given- full control.
On March 5, 1902, the Cuban Con-
(jru held tu first meeting, and on
that date the American flag was haul
ed down and American officers left
the administration of public affairs to
Try To Gather Remains
Tlio Democratic parly was, out for
huslncKH last. nlRht, IiiuIiir no less
than four different nieciliiRS. Tho
Democratic Central Committee pasted
on tlio l'almir WiioiIm uffnlr, as re
ported elsewhere In this Issue, tho
County Cntnmlltco worked on plans
lor tho enmpalRii, olio political meet
iiif; was held in Hnu Antonio Hall, and
another nt Wnlaliin.
Tho Han Antonio Hall mectliiR hail
for its purpoxu tlio rnpturliie of the
lorincr members of tlio l'ortiiRueso
Itcpubtlcnn Club, which was broken
up Inst week becnuso Its members did
not think they hnd been Riven proper
lecoRiiltloii by tho Republican party.
Tlio lilen of tho Democrats wns to
(DiiboIo tho dlHRriintlrtt and to tnko
mhantutce of the mix-up by cnrolring
them under the Democratic banner.
Attorney U. M". Wntbon presided at
tho meeting, wlillo Col. Curtis I. lau
l.ea, C. W. Ashford and M. A. Hllvn
furnished the speeches. They dwelt
principally on tho Democratic, plat
lorm plank rclntlvo to tho recommen
dation of chnnRcs In tho land lnwb,
shrewdly cnlciilatlnK that this subject
Is particularly denr to tho heart of
tho I'ortiiRueBP. who nro settlers par
carries with It many burden
and responsibilities which are
apt to prove liarrassing to the
busy man. We act as guard
Ian, executor or administrator
when called upon to do so.
Fort St. HonolulM
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All went well until the tlrst election
'under the Independent administration
'cf the Republic, when President Pal
ma s opponents mane charge or fraud
and finally refused to take part In the
election. Palma was out In office
Iwlthout apparent opposition, but a
'few month ago his antagonists at
the polls started a revolution which
lias finally resulted in tne interrer
ince cl the Unltrd 0ites authorities
to preierv order,
Authority for the Intervention In
Cuban affairs Is contained in the third
article of the Piatt amendment adopt
ed by Congress In the Army Appro-
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 29. The pro
clamation announcing the assumption
of authority In Cuba by the United
states uovernment sitates mat too
purpose of the provisional govern
ment Is purely to preserve order pend
ing the establishment of a permanent
General Funston is In command of
tho troops of the Republic and no
i j i
oxiellemc, About seventy or elRlity
people, principally rortiiRticse, at
tended tho mcetliiR.
Tin mcelliiR nt Wnlnlun was ad
dressed by Col. McCarthy, I'rnnk llur.
oy ami l-red. weed, who went tlown
there In tho train yesterday afternoon
a ml returned this mornliiR. They re
port that they hail n larRu and cutnii
At tho incellnR of thu County Com
mittee, which took placo at Wnverlcy
Hall, after Ihc Central Committee hud
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture l0us of J. HOPP A CO , th
lore In tho Young Building, which recently bought th stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from business, have placed on sale at J, HOPP aY
CO.'S (tore th entire stock of Porter's at price which hava
never been placed on furniture her before,
J, HOPP A CO, carry on their own account a larg ttock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter' stock, so
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which Included som
high grade goods. We will "murder" thes. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive her and must put Porter'
stock out of the way.
The stock Include everything you can us In your house,
Now I the time to buy it.
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNG BUILDINO BI8HOP STREET.
prlatlon Dill of 1902, which reads;
"That the Oovernmcnt of Cuba con
tents that tho United .States may ex
crclee the right to intervene for the
preservation of Cuban Independence,
the maintenance of a government ade
quate for the protection of life, prop
erty, and Individual liberty, and for
discharging the obligations with re
spect to Cuba imposed by the treaty
of Paris on the United States, now to
be assumed and undertaken by the
Government of Cuba."
This, with the other provisions of
the Piatt amendment, wer Incorpor
ated in the constitution of Cuba.
trouble Is reported from any source.
A commission is arranging the
term of tho surrender of the rebel
TROOPS FROM STATES
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 29.
Five thousand five hundred American
troops are preparing to leave New
port News for service In Cuba.
finished Us business, Joe Turn ami
ClmrlcH llrond, who were endorsed for
Supervisor nnd Hunatnr respectlely,
by the Democrats, declared thorn
Holies as niiWindout Democrats, for
swearlnR nllcRlnnre to any and nil
political orKunltntlons with which
they hnd hitherto been connected. It
wns decided to hold n lurpe ratifica
tion mectliiR nt Anln Park on Satur
day ulRht of next week, at which all
tho local enmlldatcn on tuo Demo
cratic ticket will speak.
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SECRETARY W. H TAFT
WHO IS NOW IN CHARCE OF CUUAN GOVERNMENT
HUNDREDS OF SHIPS
WASHED UPON BEACHES
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PENSACOLA, ria., Sept. 29. The Navy Yard and the Quarantine
Station suffered great damage from tho recent storm
Tho U. S. 8, Machias and the bat gen Undine and Waban were sunk,
and the Gloucester was beached The hospital ig a wreck; and five lives
are lost. The forts, McRae, Perkins and Morgan, arc damaged.
Nineteen foreign vesuls were beached and the total craft wrecked
number 100. Over 3 hundred lives were lost along the track of the storm
In the Gulf States.
HR m RUN US
l RULE it
In their r ' t to 11ml n man to run
as County urney, tho Home Rulers
leel that Hit) have found ono In Kam
uel Noar, ono of tho iittorncys, who
mndo nu nhln flclit to sao Nukniro-
lo's neck from tho liaiiRiuau's ropes.
This mornliiR tho offer wns submitted
to Mr, Noar by I'roflucnt Notley of
the Home Rule party, nfter ho had
failed to pursundo Attorneya Carlos
A. I-oiik nml A. (I. Kniiliilvou to mil in
lino with him. Mr Noar has the offer
mnlcr consideration. Ilo Is rIm'ii n
row- days to think over tho matter.
In tho foreclosure sale held till'
noon nt tho Jmllclnry hulldlni; by J. F.
Morgan ns commissioner, rcprcscntliu;
tho court In tho matter of the suit ot
Ida i:. Lamb vs. Julia Noar, tlio prop
erty, the portion of tho Myrtlo block
on Fort street niniika of IterHaiiU
street, tho land was hid In by J. M
Dow sett for the sum of $7000. Ilcforc
tho salo took nlaeo C, v. Ashford, rep
resents Miss Noar, protested aRalnit
tho salo on the Rroinid that tho defend-
Ant hail not had her day In court nnd
that tho decrca onlcrliiK tho salu was
Issued without jurisdiction.
Hal unlay, September 19,
Htmr. IKnau. I"recmau, from Maul
and Hawaii ports, 11 a. in.
J 05 J Fort Street.
II inner dance nt the Seusldo Hotel
tojilithl In honor of Ihn AtiRbwn-llo,
Hid MoiiRoll.i. .Manchuria. Iliiford uud
Hlierhl.iu, i:ci.onu Invited
THE VERY LATEST IN
THIS LINE JUST
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Why Is It
you hear so many
about business being
so bad? Thero must be
a reason for It. Our business
Is good and has been
better this year than for a long
time and tkcre'o a Reason for this
too. We give our customers more
value than elsewhere. Our shoes
wear better than others. Our prices
can't be compared. We consider the
Quality, Fit, Durability, Stylo and
Looks of a shoe before buying. Why
Our new lino of Thompson' Shoes
certainly takes the cream of trade.
12 new lasts added. All leathers,
all sizes. In fact, everything to make
buying a pleasure.
Shoe Go,, Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282