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THAT llio race roUlem Is tho(
liaraniomit iiurstlon Hiioiigh-
X out the Oirlilent fiotn Pal It
xBonla to Alaska Is an ac-
reptcd fact at the pi cent daj. am) col -
limn after column of the dally papcra
would lie tilled with leu a on the
Ing question If people were capable
expressing their Ucws for publication.
Willi the same forceful manner that'
hey employe when holdlntr rmlli
nt-iong a crowd of their- aiso-
elates Th" only Wen a that cieep Into conization, and j rn wish to exclude his opinion, is confined to the South-1 According to Senator Tillman, tho
print are those exmessed by Senator them foi this leaion. I am with you. 'crn Slates. iicgio cannot bo bcnclllcd by educa-
Po-nnd-So or Congressman What's- believe In the doctrine of Aiaeilc.il In part he nld: jllon. He declares that moral fiber Is
Ills-Name It Is an undisputed fact for the Ameilcans and Tor white "We 'have paid ds.irly to settle this lacking In tho character of the black
lh.it could tho cVery-dn working man, Americans Theie Is loom on the Mi-nlilcm nml made desperate efforts to man, and especially Hie black woman,
tlienun who is now. and will be In mainland or A-sle for the Japanese, do so. The wnr of ISfit to 186B, In About one In a thousand Is tho nvoi
llic future, effected li the Influx ot md their eilonlzatlon should' bo In which we offered up for sacrifice f.00.- age which can successfully be cditcnt
cheap labor to tho I'nlled Stntes In ihat dlrecllon. While I !uo sjnipa-,000 men, the flower or our joiith, nntt cd to the piano of equality with the
L'cnernl nml to the Pacific Coast In 'hired with oii t'nllfornlans In thl ipent BOO.noo.OOO, was an attempt to while man.
particular, express his lews there Japanese co-ino.cr in, however, I could settle Ihe men problem, but we uro He claimed that In many Northern
lould be some warm arguments before nm bin feel ilint mui w -re djpocrltcs, itlll working nt II, nlthoiiRh widows cities nilsccgenntloti is In full blast at
the rending public Octnslonnllv a ,.nd damnum, li iKiultr.. because jou and orphans hue sheil choiirIi tears tho prcsAit time, Imt that In the South
iiatcsman Is met with who ionics out Mowed v pro ihllilrri to attend the jcr It for in o swim In Now I nih It Is not tolcrnlc-1, although n Tew
1'at-footcii without am beatlnR about imie -.chimb a- the while children, going to lei jou tho tiiilb nbout It,, while men, he snB. tir.o, traitors to
t'p '""I' but win excluded ine AloiiRo'laiu., and lowexer blllti it niny be, nnd If sou ihclr race In this matter. A Southern
The Cull of Dec J", sajs
R I' Sehweiiii. general mnnngei
. .. .. ... .. .. ... . .
Ol WIO I'llCIIIC .11111 SlC.llnSllIp t Olll-
paiu, who anhed on loiitiii linm,m'- M,r ' x" " luu" l,lr8 nle Kc''c
New Yoik. where ho hail been In!"1 ,pl,i,lr- 1,,elu rc llow "ut "air as
(onrerenri! wlih i: Hat rlni.ui, said ' "'""5 H stands to m.1Bon that It ic-
josterdjy that tho fato of the lino tonlllroK losa ",cn ,0 1cl' "l0 BI'"l'or
tho Orient icsteil entirely with the ' ",imlcr rolling..
board of dlieetors of the compauj i "S""'' The llnnncliil iiniest. nl-
which would reach a decision befoie ' "ln"Kl1 ,ho """''''J8 '" ''" State
At ii recent dinner In New York
Cits, Mr Sihweiln, being called up
on lo speak, said that the serWre tolea''' "' "" ",,1!er1 1,1"'I'M ' ''"'
the Oileut would be dlsioutlnucd ow
ing to the attitude of the (loeru
inent Willi leguid til raie-ni.iKlug,
and that lis the Interstate Commerce
Commission had made a i ullng that
a tale to be cfTcctlie had to bo post
ed for 30 days, tho Pacllic Mall was
iiuablo to compote with Its rivals, the
Japanese, or with the Suez-lines.
When Svliwerin ivas listed jester
day whether ho utlll held these opin
ions, ho maintained silence, nut, be
ing requested to gie Information as
to tho continuance of tho stcatuei
hen I.e. he rcjilleil:
"The matter is now bctoio the
liu.u d of dlreitois, and this question
will be decided between now N.uid
Apiil 1 "
"Can ou throw any more light on
the situation ," he was al.cd.
"No, I can not. It all rests with
tho board That Is how tho matter
Itallroad and steamship men aro
not Inclined to tiellcxo that this ser
lcc will be dlsioutlnucd. They ar
gue that the steamer sen Ice Is nec
essary lo tliu llarrinmii railroad ss
tem; that the two Hues are Indispen
sable to each other, and that Karri
man and Sihwerln aro simply hold
ing a club ocr the Government.
Merchants doing business with tho
Orient are worried ocr the situation
for they fenr that It tho J'aclllt, Mall'
were io ko oui oi iiusiucss no run
nnco could bo placed upon tho Jap
anese Hues so far ns rates wcru con
tented It Is quito certain that tho
rates would be advanced, as tho Jap
anese wuutd nine no rivals.
STATEMENT GIVEN OUT FOR RE-
TRENCHMENT ON HARRI-
Sici.imenlo, Cul , I)ec 21) That
there Is lo be a great leductlon of
tho foue emplojcd In the local lull
roan shops after tho first of the jear
was admitted today bj local olllcl.iU
, of the compauj", who say that tlo
icticnchmeut Is to bo gcuoral on the
llairlmaii system. In nn interview
nn olllclal who Is In a position to
know whereof ho speaks, said.
"The orders for the general lay-olf
ChrlstmaB week came from New
York, not San l'ranrisco, and apply
to tho cntlro system, not Sacramento
alone. It is purely an economical
incisure, paving tho way for a reduc
tion of force. All toiibtiuctlon work
(on the loads has ceased; construc
tion tialns, crews, building ciews nnd
beetlon news linve.iccnlalcl off foi
tho winter The company will retuln
only enough men to keep tho cars
lolling; work on tho loads will bo
ilouo only In cases of emergency
AS'liore huge crews have hifti busy on
t-ectlons, watchmen ifnd patiols only
"If there Is any vjiiop.i'iatlou for a
conflict with the unions wo know
nothing of II. That matter Is not
handled In this ulllio. Tlicio will be
ii reduction of tho forro lu the local
Khops ufter the first of Ihe jesir for
The people crt (lie I'.ulflc Coast were
given nssiirnucc li Unllcil Stales Sen-
.,i,)r liciijamln It Tillman recently
,, , .
'tho exclusion it Yrla tie " An "m Icnce
f nlimit .ir-tHi -teii-otis assembled to
'f about .Icon -ieiKous assembled to
n the distinguished South Catollnt
'talesman spe.iK upon the lace cities'-
tlon He raid-
. lp ,,', ()f Calltorlln ,, lho
fnilflc Co.iFt do not want to welcome
Mm .inn:mr in ih:n .imr. ir ,.,,
lorejco In their coming dancer to oup
,k - vpiiiI lensons l-'lrat even winter
j theie Is a cut in the construction do-
I tl!,l t mi.nt W'lwiC.t filial., IT flu. D..t..
i ' ....wv .,.y,.,, tnv Di,,u-
111,0 ciMseu. is general, lho ioiii-
limy will lay out no more monej thnn
iiccessnrj, and in this Is following the
m-ss -incii. iniHisi-reMiienti.uje.ir.
end mere is .some iiiie.isliiesi In tho
corpora, .on .on mai account.
nun nm uiuipiin nas iieen
iiiiiiiiiiiiciiiriiig iiuieriai ami equip-
, lilt, I. tlf II l.,,. ill.. ...I Tl.n ....I ...
...... .... .. l... (IVIII, .1,1- ...lilt III
(be machlno department and tho
1 l.ieksmltti RhopH Is nlwajs for ninny
months ahead There Is enough ma
terial of all kinds lu tho shops ami
jardr, lo litfct the company for n jc.ir
Ah ii it-suit of a lem-irijnble surglc.il
Mientlon Ui-rtlia Sliiblow. r. j ears old,
if Sumnor, Wash., lias been supplied
lth an upper Up and a p.i'ute.
I . Ill II . ! ! II, ll.l,wl m WW
1; 1 I i. .. .
HUMl C0NF00NOC0 CLCRKS JCHM PUT UP A SICN NO MORC I
CATINC UUNCH IM THE LUNCH EATINC IN THIS I
l OFFICE A&MN! fL OFFICE:
fk Iff Wl VwSjaCVlK A lO If ft 1 1 AA tJ U I
M ( l 2IM Jl 1 V
1 a 11 IV- . r rrugir3-l IIH M 111 10 II I B
M - W Uf !
Tin i I . - i --
A GUESS THAT WILl
TZ2. " Arm ST0P IT ll
nllMBtef!5"K M ,1 ill tu
1 'KWlOWt.lJ (' " r . M LUKhm
Jjl 7f 'fly . W 1
- 1 hWK88S NO LUNCHts"i
$. . ALUOWCO
s&ZCX BOY r?UN 'OUT AND OCT ) M T1) -
TX? JL some sandwiches and -. IN 'ii'sornH.
r sj m coFftc f I "aw
WJxVWr' ' f- . I iT
IHMKWWwiwwww I i ii i 1 1 1 i- - I i 1 1 I i ii '1111!-
K - -.
FAST COMING TO
li. his c.-ipaldllllcs as n man, In Indus -
Hj, courage, srlciitlllc nttnlnmcnls nnd
r'atfsn'I' '"o Jnpanpsc Is Tbi nine h
l.bovo the negro as tho latter Is nliovo
' llc r',co I'lulilcm was defined by the
co I,lomem "ns tioiniccl by the
!,ci,ker "l''o relnlloushlp and status
',,,M,(, " '' ""1 M'cU races In
!o referred to the troubles In Ctilia,h11.s"t Ir V,1''' was "()t ,,n"?' '""'I10
anil tho recent riots at IlellliiBham unl,,c ,n,e" wl" "ovcr f0nnl l? '"
i.iv nnd VnnmnvKP n mom ui.in u.,109 domination of the negro thtotigli flic
of the fireat race problem, which. In
IS WHAT TAFT HAS riR5T IN
MIND ON BETURN TO
Washington, I). C Dec 21 Sec.-'
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.uHUi IIULJI IIIOl Hil ill III.- Ul-Ol.
cl"cf "is ictiirn to ttie unllcil Slates
was a bus) one fioin beginning to
end. Ho had u gieal number of call-
cis. If they talked politics, nnd
t(IIm, ,)f tilem admitted th.it they
,)i, notably (lencr.il llrlstow, tho
t'ecirtnry himself was not to be led
,,, ., discussion or that subject
uit, tile newsnaner men who wished
i,m t0 t ti I U about It lalcr In fact,
he said to them xerj plalnl that the
lull)c wns forl e!, :u, llt lU
m,jnlcm, 1m, lf ,,0 r,;1)cr occasion
,, , the fllur ,,0 ,,, ,, k)!1j j
,,, mnc fll btlc,Rcnt ti,e i,.j
That answer coveted all questions
iih to his plans for-thc tmmedliitu fu
ture, iiuch as the piobablllty of his
going lo Ohio to take p.ut In tho ton
teft ovcr the ea.ry prlninrles. Ho did
i.itmtt, however, tlmt ho would attend
the banquet of the Home Mnikct Club
of llostoit ami address that hAMy on
the titcht nt De.nnilier :10th. Tho
tuple Is to be tho Phlllpplno taillT,
.mil might In one sense be iega,rdcd
ns political In Its i elation to tho
UEW.YOHK.EVDnHO.TELEGBAM (HEW YOAK HLRALD COJ. M fltctrtt ReufnuU
jou bale lo take )our
I Tlu-bunrtnient of the. fouilceiilli anil
'nricctith niiirmttnrnlH to the Coustltu-
!""'. nirniich.lng tho negro, TlVn.nn
.uenounrcil na n crime against, tno Nn-
jiiciioiinrcii na n crime against, ino rn-
'Ion, and ho demnnded that the North
ret met thlt actl predicting that the
(bloodiest of lace wars would visile In
American tailrf, thougli Sccretniy
Tuft will endeavor lo hac the pro
tected rcmosal of duties on Philip
pine pioduclB Imported Into Aincrka
lonsldorcd on a non-partisan basis.
GERMANY AND FRANCE JOIN
AGAINST ORIENTAL AG
London, Dec 21 On the contln i.t
the tide of feeling rur lodaj, ah at
nil times, against Jnpnnese policies.
Anjllilug like a jiidiilal hiimuiary of
tliu case for and against Tokjo Ih not
to b heard In fails or lleilln
Uinperor Wlllliinrs palming or the
"yollow iieill" U forever wllltln the
gize of the Hilchbule. which Insists
Hint "Japan's- doubtful lclory oer
,,3Pa a rilTt-cL by tin- snub she must
tnko from Ihe United Stales."
12 en Hid Vorwaeils does not con-i-i'.il
its MitiAfaclloii oio.- tho "check
i.boat to be given to the merweanlng
faulty of Ihe oilenlnl pimur isislng as
lho champloi: of the cheapest labor In
the win 111."
Trench gpl.lo.i fiutls n basis In tho
i'BRrc'Stlene'.m of Japan In hoiiHm-iii
"The Clilneso hao a Just gilovanco
r.galnst Jap in," sajs a I'arls newspa
per, "for her eFfoils lo nullify Ihe
-onian,lie declared, would rnther dlo
thnn soil the jiurlty of her race by mar
rlago with a negro.
A to the lace problem on tho Pa-
tile Coast I expecting Asiatics. Sena-
tor Tillman said it was a Hummer
zephyr compare to that of tho blacks
In tho South
Ho lllustiatcd the Immorality of the
negroes by citing the census icturiu
Mom Jamaica, showing that even' oth
er child born of colored parents wns
Illegitimate. Then ho proceeded to
(ompnro the standard of morality ol
tho Jamaica negroes to that of tha
wninit Bet at Newport uh nbout on a
pir. He blamed the Now England
Have denleis for forcing tho negroes
on the Snulli years ago, and for fall
ing to meet tho Issue that must bo
J lid go James 0. Magulro Introduced
Senator llllmnn, whose brilliant orn
ir.ty was often interrupted by mi
nimise. Somo people seem to bo ,nffllctcd
with selfish geuciosltj',
tienly of Porlsinoiitli.by gradual ab
horptlon of territory from which Ilus
hla wns excluded."
l-'rance, solitary annlng the powers
In not setting, herself lo woik Immed
iately after Tho Hnguo congress to
augment her navnl strength, will de
lay, no longer. In the lobby of tho
chmnber ot deputies has been lieanrf'01" cn"m,t l,c ,00 m,,ch co.nnicndeil.
lho booming or lho silutlng guns ot
the waishlps with IImiiih.
CONTRACTS LET FOR
Contracts for supplies to tho
lioitrd of Health for tho innniio Asj
liiiu nnd the Leper Settlcnicnt havo
been iiwardcd as fctllows:
Allen & Itobluson, two , Items
loiigue nnd groove lumber, sawed
I r ilar shingles.
T II. Davlcs & Co, rioneor whlto
lead, corned beef In 2-lb. tins, largo
II. Ilackfcld & Co, Pino Tree tur
1 ii:illiic, canned corn.
I-:. O. Hall & Sou, steamboat
Hawaiian Hlt-ctrle. Co., Ice.
inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
Lovls h Co , trcsli apples lu sca-
i.on, itojal baking powder, bajo
I cans, whlto henna, leaf lard, ltoso
l-rniid rondensed milk, onions', extra
miisi pork, Hawaiian No. 1 rice, P011
choug tea, canned tnmatoei.
Uivc's linker-, mcdlimv bread.
Metioiiolltan Jfcat Co., licet (fine
quaitei, louiids, rump and steak),
II. .May & Co., dilcd apples, canned
epilcots, California cheese, gieen
Kuna coffee, fresh Islanil eggs, Hour,
macaroni, lloiton card mntcties, Cal
ifornia oranges, ciinnei. pears, pota
lues, largo and btitall iiriiui-3, best led
salmon, brown soap, tpaghcttl, No. 1
raw sugar, granulated sugar,
Wilder & .Co., threo Hems rougli
limber, one Item tongue and gioovo
Honolulu Ualrjmcn's Abjoclatlon,
Tuck & 'Co., K011.1 oiangc-H, Hweet
Allen & Itoblnson, two items
lough lumber, rough' timber, select
ed stock, sawed cedar shingles, inugli
I clear and clear redwood, posts, two
! Items window nash, nulls.
T II. I) ivies & Co, boiled oil In
easea and barrels, llmo. Winner con
denied milk, Hnwallaii No. 1 rice.
II. Hackreld &. Co., Oolden tlale
No. 1 Hour, Huston card matches, ICa
glo condensed milk, best red salmon,
canned salmon, brown snap,
i;. 0. Hull & Son, turpentine, white
lead, guaMi charcoal, Pearl Kerosene
Honolulu lion Works, nine Itenn
giill.inUcd lion plpn.''
Intei-Isliiud Steam Navigation C".,
. kowcis k. Cooke, tongiiei and
Lewis & Co., toaiso sail.
Lovo'h Hakciy, inedliim bread.
II. May &. Co, Itojul bakliig pow
der, No. 1 sugar, wheat.
Union l-'eed Co., rolled bailey,
wheat hi an, two Items hay.
Wlldor & Co., flvo Items nnr'west
lumber, 0110 item sawed cedar shin,
glen, threo Items icilw-ood lumber,
thiec items laths.
District Attorney Jemmo llajed
(leorgo W. Perkins dm Ing n, hearing
or Insliranco forgery cases hefoiu Jus
tice Don ling In Now York.
Moid than ?8,fl00,00fj!xpoiidetl on
now fiiilldtngs and Inipiovcmcuts lu
Oiiklnnd dm lug tho jottr.
"'IIT'HY NOT let us have your bus-
incss to advertise?
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
$ Reasonable, Fiices.
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA N I
Ennna St. near Beretania,
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MR. DOOLEY ON
BY F. P.
1007, by II.
t Cap right,
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"Well, sir," said .Mr. Dooley, "Ih'
fleet has started f'r III" Passyflck."
"So I see," said lr. Hcmiosgy. "I
hopo th good fellows will get llicro
"So do I," said Mr. Dnolcj-, "but n-
Ih' pa-ape-s sivjb, I havo ivry con
fidence In Hob Evans on Hi' ocean ns
2 hopo ho litis lu mo on Ih' dlity land
l-'orchnltcly him an' his gallant fel
lows aro all goln' out to th' Plillp
pcciis or wlicrlicr they'ro goln' In
ihlps. lf they attempted to march
down we might cxplct to hear lv cas- blown against him, Imt it Is a tidy
unities on Ih' way. Itjs akelly tor- breeze that makes Ih' ilhraftR belther
rhnlto that Hi' ocean nt this tlmo Iv nboord Blilp nn' Mimcllines lips cucr
Hi' year Is ory full lv water. Ann.y- 11 callymnran or 11 canoo that a Bind
how Hob llvans sajs ho can do It nn' cut lv Hi' Tokjo Unlvnrslly Is Inkln'
I lave It lo him. l.ls girl out Into th' Pnssyfiek In. An'
"flut It looks a- IhoughVotir frlmls po It goes.
in Huropo weren't as buio about II ns "Sitpponl our ftluds lb" Jnps"shud
I am. I'o been rcndln' what Ihesi-el cross or foolish at us nflher read
admlrciB tin' well-wishers Iv ours has In' Ih' oplnjons Iv Ih' naval critics
to say about II.
Hays a Kr-rlnch pa-
iper: 'Th' foolhardlncss lv Prisldent
Koscnfelt In slndlng this vast array no more rlmnbl Willi Ihlui thin an In
lv boats oxer si.cli an oxpenso lv wa-.tilnn with u bow an' nrrer wild hao
i-ow iv our ronticiB rnuzo wnai an.i'iiow, iiiiiiussj-, inn ii-.hiiii mu
awful lumpy thing Hi' ocean ts whin
Housed but we who lime ciost th'
accursed channel know Hi' turret! H Iv
Hi' deep an' wo can on'y Bay tr'in cflir
own expoerjeuco wu hopo th' Ameil
ciin fleet did not ate too heavy 11
breakfast define cindnrklnV Tit' Her
man pi ess predlctii Hint lb' licet will
Ineak down befitro it getB well our Iv
id" linidor. Th' Hooshjnn press thinks
a mistake was made lu dlschargln'
Ih' Jnp'neso cooks who will now de
sthroy Hi' nation lie Htsjln' hero an
cookln' f'r American fam'lles.
"nut It Is fr'm our Kngllsb cou.dns.
thlm dcMited an' warrnni hearted
hands acrost th' ica Hint th' fleet gets
th' (dealest send-off.
'"Wo feel deeply sorry,' says wan
Iv (him, 'to think Iv what Is goln' to
happen to this here misguided armada.
In th' first place they aro not Kngllsh
hhlps nn' Hi' crews 1110 onpicpared
l'r llglilln', nler bavin' been given th'
knee ill III. They nro Infeerjor shots.
Tli" prcvalllu' commercial dishonesty
In America undoubtedly lias tilled
their shells wllh excelsior an' sawdust.
No doubt our lntlltlgliit llttto allies
Id' Japs has put a pinch or two Iv
dlniijinlle Into their coal define they
look It nbooicl. Wo gloomily piedlel
that be Hi' lime Ihej get to III" Jnnle
rlo th' bottoms of their old lumber
iinokcnt will ho cowrctl mer wllh
b.iinaeles, clams, sea-weed, an' ilcntl
fish, so Hint they won't bo able lo
move. This may s-io llilin, but wo
-.vudilen't bo bui prised If Ih' Injanjoun
JapB shud emtio down Ih' Passjflck,
run llghllj througb ih" Strnlta iv Ma
gellan, dash up th' coast Iv South
America, catch Kvaus 1111' his foolish
licet Mopping niouad In Ih' sea lv
S.irnh Otissej an' tJuk thlm all wllh
wan Iv thlm turrblo torpedoes Hint th'
Japs iilnno know th' sttiet Iv, which
filed fr'm th' windows lv their ships
"bounces fr'm wan lv th' inlniy's boats
to Hi' oilier, deslhrojln' each In turn
nn' thin U-turns nlmost us good nt
new lo th' pocket whence it, c-nmo.
Hut thlH may do loo good lo do true
At present our wnn dest del Is Hint
Hi' licet will sink lu th" Straits Iv Mil-
?cllnn, tin Indent body lv cold wall-
'till Iv rockB, frogs, cabsl.inds, l'ljlng
DiiRlimen, IioiiIb and other objects
dangerous to thralllc. This ilhreadful
passago that lias not been used ex
cept bo schooners In th' Chlny trade
f'r jcarH nniloubtedly will end th
hbinhasllc nttlmpt Ivli allly people to
Mill Id'. Passyflck ocenn Just bocnuso
Ihoy own a fow thousand miles iv
ilparynn rights cm II.'
"Well, sli. It looks bad f'r Ittdi
Kyans. If he'd Iwr been 111' iu.il
iixpyrt lv 11 Ililtlslt newspa-nper, 1
might have inoro rniitlileiicu in linn
Onforchnlto'ly at 1111 inly ago ho was
tent to pea an' has been on th' water
lier since. Ho llltlo knowB Ih' lerrora
Iv th' deop lh way a navnl oxpert
knows thlm. All ho knowB Iv this
lcloti8 element Is that It la composed
Iv water Hint moves nil Ih' time, but
lomollines 1111110 thin nt others, an'
Hint It Is dotted hero an' thero wllh
unlmpottnnt 1111 uusnfo looklu' Islands,
somo small, which 111 0 called Circa
Hrltuln or Japan, an' nthois largo,
which mo called America, which
wreck Bblps an' bosun's mates that
go .ishoio" on thlm. If-yo nsked ikio,
Hob what ho knew about lho StiaiN
Iv Musellan ho'd prob'hly say thu
7cro 1111 alloy full iv water cieated
bo lllven f'r boatB to go lluougli ulsllj
fr'm wan ocean to another.
"Accordln' lo th' uxportB tlmt mlej
Hrlttanya that rules III' sea oven ir
Hod does got to th" Passyflck do's
golu' In do lu tliroudlo. Ho Just us
little knowB th" tuirora lv th" Pnssj
flick (or caies about thlm) ns he does
th' turroiB Iv th' Atlantic This hero
misnamed body Iv water, Ihej loll me,
In ery lieaiy going. At times It lies
unlet an' smllln', at other times It Is
lashed Into fiuj du Id uwful mou-goo-.o,
a ilunplcal wind that lilowt
aciost Its surface nn" in.ikos th' waes
tut :: u it it t: :t n u u it u :: :t u ::
OF W FLEET
11. Mc- Cltiro ft Co.)
nt: s: ti st ss it ts u n a ss :t st u ti it it
1 mi moiintnliib high to wan who has
nhur been to sea or th' mountnlnc.
It nljnuntls with cornl reefs (much
used bo 111' people lv thlm parts iu
joolry) an' Is full Iv goold fish nn'
other dnngeiotis denyzona iv th' t-Ji.
"Hob I2niiB wtul prob'bly tell j-o
Hint lb' Pnssyllck ocean Ja a inrge
body lv water, like Hi' Atlantic on'y
Inlgcr and that Ih' mongoose In a
kind l wlnd)linl blows. It Is not lis
W'lent as th' wind around Hi' Flallinn
liulldlng In New Yoik where lie was
wanst almost killed bo liavln' a cab
What doeii Hob i:nns
know jhotit thlm?
l'allti, he'll lino
ngaln r. machine- gun. Yon an' I
naval experts tell us oh, Ih' fino
thoughtful fellows! Ih.it these Jain
nro nn nppallln' race Iv cople. Who
can tell what they nro Ihlnkln' about?
Wo don't know their language. They
may bo thlnkln' nbout aiinj thing,
"hey are 11 hor'bly warlike people who
fought oxc-liwltcly wllh two handed
iwotds until about twluty mlujltr
past eight last Tliuisilnd aflernnon.
Iti almost n day they havo risen to bo
t. witrriild power. Thej llrst crushed
Hi' savjigo Chinese whoso splendid
nuy fiimpoHcil of eight lloalln' pago
dtis heavily iirniored wild bamboo dad
up to tills tlmo ruled Hi' waves. In
aln Hi' gallant Chlnymen liurneil In
cense, hitrloil stlnk-potB. lieat kcltles
tm' hit Hi' pliie. To no nvnll. Th'
tloiighlj Japj sltol lit' chimneys, Hi'
flout stoops, Id' rocking clialts, Ih'
stained glass windows, Ih' pipe stands,
Ih' bcnullriilly embroidered pi.ijeis
Tr lelliry an' nil th' other nrinjintnt
Iv Ih' ClilnoBo Ariuntla lo sliiers, an'
Ih' lino navy that had lb' day licfiim
slipped so gracefully off Hi' mud wllh
tit tide wub no inoro an' not much
"So It wns whin lit' bold Koosbjans
ihnlleiisul Id' power lv this mighty
1 malt I'Uiple Wan daj, on tint
illire-.tilul day whin Ih' wt.ir'.ll was
staitled be Id ncwi, il.-i-. ar li id
been declined between Japan an' !too
shja or about a week liefuro, lit'
gieat Uooshj-au fleet laj nt nnelior In
th' linibor lv Port Aithur. Ivry pio
caution had been taken bo Hi' olllcor
tn' sallora Iv Ih" Czar. Thoy hntl gouu
ushore. Yo know what th' gall-tnl
Jnp'neso done. An' whin Ilonshju
inwcd her lesarvo Heel loose fi'm Ih"
clocks wheio It was Muck nn' slut U
out to lay low- Hi' Hag iv Ylppon, jo
know what happened. Th' ItiiHhyans
weio no inalch f'r their lesoorctful
iiilinles. In spite Iv Id' fact that they
weio well piovlsloued an' very mull
pons Ih' Uoosdjans cul not btand up
befuro th' ruthless llro Iv their foes.
Id' Japs ccmcenlhr.iled their bIioIb on
Ih' uflher turrets which weio full lv
canned e.nl.ir nn' Juiiglo ham which
exploded wild awful eflcct. An' lloo
bbja'a naval power, also, was no 111010
thin It had been.
"An' d')o know, I suppose Hob Kv
.ins don't think Iv Hi' Jnp'uoBu us be
Ill' such a illvvlo iv a nice) 1 bet e.
It jo cud poek into his bedroom at this
iniii) It je wuddcn'tiobsnno 11101 0 thin
Ih' usual number lv life piusni vcis.
Ho'd prb'bly pay about our frlnds, Id'
laps, that ho liked thlm- that they
wero an nniusln' people; Hint do dated
lo, lore 11 cook do hail that wns lino
nl tuiiiln' out tittkey hnslt; tffat Id'
Jap'ueso udmliul was a gi-ieat filmt
or Ids nn' wiinst glo iilni 11 high old
llmo In Tokjo; nn' that U' Japs weio
nil right glii'ritlly tin' cud sail tin' light,
too; nn' llu-y'd nicked up ipilto u good
ttenl about navy nullfieiB fr'm uu an'
ho wudden't bo tiirprMd If they gtvo
u good nccoiinl Iv tiilinsllvos soipc
diy. An' ho'd sij lie wild hopo ther'd
bo 1)0 lUhtln' on) hoplu" theio'd bo
no llghtlu' was no pint Iv his busluei.s.
He's goln' lo be lit a dliieadful posl
lion beset be Id' litnoiB Iv Hi' naval
expert nn' Iguowuit iv thlm nil. An' I
bet jo tli' poor thoughtless mail Is set.
tin' this inlitj It oil th' deck lv his ship
with bis while pants on, Ills cup on Id'
dick l lifs bond, 11 cigar a fool or
two long In his mouth, may bo a glass
iv homethln' with 11 lemon lu It In his
hand, womlhrlii' 'what kind lv a
C liiU'niiiB U'b goln' lo bo nt homo. An1-
wisht I was wild dim f'r I'm goln' to
haio me own ttiroublcB f'r th' next
month or two, uu' I'd lalher, us Ho
gun 8.1) s, fleo Id' titriors that uro not
t lit 11 th' tun 01 s that aro."
"Theio may do somothln' In what
thlm exports say," Bald Mr. Ileiincssy.
"Well," said Mi Dooley, 'Uf jn'll til
ow me, Hlnulssy, to explode a Jokn
Ihat ought to bo good f'r It's Blood Id'
test Iv llmo. I'll say In jo that td' i.tlu
i.aal oxpcilu nn" Hi' older kind nio
all nt s'-a "
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