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EVBNINO nULLETIN, HONOMJM), T.H., SATURDAY, Al'IUt 10, 1100 ,. . . - - - jg -.
, M T'M:E.
ccrYr.io:iTjsoo.sV harper & bmtherj
fT55 A-T w.
77jfa ti a fac o Alaska, a
bleak land tvicro nci nm vo,tj.
c,,.'f' caci oficr or.tj f('jo re
Icnllcsc alemsntafor ihcpr'coiaus
gold fa ur;s beneath, tha icy
soil. Here is told a story of
wild ambition, of uncontrolled
passion, of men vn know no
fltn oicr than that of their awn
making t a story cj a girl thosc
beauty.and purify ptungo her in'
to deepest peril ; a dory of big
men, big events, big thoughts
and big hopes. Read of tccia,
'he fascinating heroins, who loves
and is loved; of Oate, tha matt
of mystery ; of Stzrk, tha killer
of men; of Rznntbr., princa of
scoundrels ; of "No Creek" Lee,
who comes into hi own at last;
oft simple socled, big hearted
Polcon 'Oorat ; of Lieutenant
Burrell, the gallant IContackian
who carries (av tmd Justice J;tio
tha Yukon wilds and forces des
perate men to rccogntec him a.
Tlir LAST IllOVTirit.
"ANY men were In debt to iho
V frndor nt I'lnlulinin. nml
iiuny counted him ni n
fi Ipu 1 '1 he latter ne er ren-
wined thy, e:iept tint he hud done
them faorj, nid li the ncrtli tint
counts for inn li I'erlups they built
lll.eulso upon the f let ill it he wiia evir
the mitao to nil nnd that In du.M of
plenty r In tl.i.tt of fitnilm- Mi utore
will ope'i to oery man, md nil recelv--l
tliu fame measure. Nor did he raise
hi prices vhcii tlio bolts ero late.
They recillcd uno blink nnd blti-t6ry
nutumn when the Rtenmer pank nt the
1iwor ISimpnrti, tal.lns -v.lt!i her nil
their winter's focd, how he el.id out
Jili Beauty slocl., ilfnllus to dnch nuil
ner' one I'lf portloh month by montli.
'Xhey icMcahcrtd well the blller vrlu
ter that followed, when the ipecter if
famlim li.iimted their tilbliin mid when
for endless ported they elnehed their
belu nnd cursed n:id went hungry to
Moop, ncrcptliu Jay lj", ! 'he ra
tlotm doled tut to them 'by Iho crlm,
Krny man nt ths log ctote. Soniu of
them hid money bcltH weighted low
with i:old wnshetl fiom the Uiri nt
l'orty Xllje, mid there weio othciii who
had wardered In from the Ku.uil.uU
with Iho llrst fusts, footsoie and drag
KliiK, the le.TS of thulr nIJii IkmiH eaten
to tlio iinklo r.i.d tlio ln"le of doc meat
still In their menu lis. ISrul.ui nml (lis
plrlird, theio hid fared ni well throiiKh
that desperate winter nH their brothers
from up iler and itiihul pmmd for
pound of musty flour, titilp fir Htrlp of
rusty Incon, lump for lump of precloux
busir. M oi cover, the price of no slu'lo
tldiij; had rUen throughout the famine.
lie mixed In no m.iii'u hiilucna. lie
took nrd puld liU dues uufnlterlu).'l.
IIo cpoko In n level voice, nud he mull
ed hut rarely. lie gazed nt n utrancer
once and weighed him carefully) there
nftcr hU ejcn sought tlio dlntauces
ngiln, as If In lenrcii of nouio visitor
whom he Know or hoped or feared
This day ho blood In the door of his
post (daring up the uuullt river, nb
horblug tlio wnrmlli of tlio arctic after
noon. Tlio Yukon swept down around
tho great bend beneath the high, cut
banks nud past the little town, dlsap
pealing behind tlio wooded point be
low, which masked the upcoming
steamers till one hoard the sighing la
bor of tliclrOMnckH bifore ho saw (heir
The sound of shouting i.tuscd lilui
to turn liU head.' Oovviisticiiui, u thou
sand .voids auaj, men vveie railing n
ll.igstuiT made fiom the trunk of u
fcleudir llr, from which the bark liad
been snipped, heaving on their tuiklo
us they snug In unison The stood
well out upon tin) river's bank befoto
u gioup of well made liuiins, the peil
td tlmbeis of which sliouo j dlovv In
the sun. Ho noted the sj ininetrleul
nriaiigi'iueiit of the buildings, noted
the space about them that h id been
smoothed for u drill ground and from
whlili the slumps hid been removid,
noted that the men wore suits of blue
and noted In pirttcuhr the llgure of
uu olllcer comui iiidtug them.
The lines nbout tho tuulei's mouth
d( peued, and his heavy brows con
tracted. "That means the law," ho murmured
He stood no, medltutlug somber),
till the fragment of u song hummed
lightly by a gill fell pleasantly mi his
cm, vvheteupou the shadows vanished
Irnni his face, nud ho lurind expect
nntly, the edges of Ids teeth showing
beneath his mustache, tho comets of
his oes wrinkling with plensme.
The sight was goal to him, for the
girl iippio,iihhig down the trait was
like some wood sprite, light footed,
slender nud daiK, with twin braids of
hair to her waist framing an oval
faco colored by tho wind nnd sun. 8ho
was very beautiful, and n great fever
surged up through tho old man's veins
till tic gripped the boards at his bide
(or J iviK -
nr.tl bit sharply at the pipe between
"Tlio 'salmon berries ore ilpo." n!io
announced, "and tlic hills laick of tlic
tillage ore plnlc with Ilium. I toolc
.Coniiantlne'rt sipuaw with iac( nnd we
picked ipmrta nnd epinrt. 1 ntc tbcui
Jler laughter wni like the tinkle of
silver bells, Uvciy moo of her grace
ful body, wns unrefilrntiiit ami How.
lug. "Ill" n hint of lndlm freedom
about It. Headed nud trimmed. like n
nntlro princess, her garments' maul-
T7ic round of thnullny roiucct htm to
Hint i hcitil
fesled nn orimturc lh.it tjioko of ihit
agcry, et the wcie rcilly cut nnd
till 1 to the 1,-itteni of tin' whites.
"Constantino was druuk ngnlu last
night, mid I had to give hlui n talking
to when wo rniiio back. Oh. but I Intd
i him out! He's frlghteiud to death of
mo when I'm nugry."
She furrowed her brow In n scowl
the dnluth'st. most ridiculous pucker of
n brow tint ever man saw and drew
her red llis into nil nugry pout ns sho
ri counted her tempeniuco talk till the
trader broke In, his voice very soft, his
gray blue cos ns tender as thoso of
"It's good to have ou homo again,
Nech. 'Hie old sun don't shlno as
bright when jou're avvny. nnd when It
rilus It seems llko tho moss nud the
grass and the llttlo trees was crjlng
for jou. 1 re'-kon everything weeps
whin jou'ro gone, girl, ever thing ex
cept our old dud, nud sometimes ho
feels 111 e he'd have to bust out nnd
join tho lest of them."
"I missed yi h 'reiidfnlly, dnddy," she
RiihU "It seei.ud ns If thoso das nt
the mission would ncvyr end. I'nther
Itariium and the thcrs were very kind,
nud I studied hird, hut there wasn't
any fun In things without you."
'''I reckon ,vou know as much ns n
pi lest now. don't .u?"
"Oh. lets more" she said gravely,
"You see, I iini'ii woiinn,"
He in tMcd rolloctlv e! . "So you arc!
! k'rp forgoltln; t nt."
'Ihelr fiicos wcro set toward tho
west, where the low sun hung over n
nigged range of hills topped with ever
lasllni vvhl'e. Iteyntd were other
lunges thrust rk; w ird 1 1 n nngiilll
rent (oufuslon, while still to the far
tin r rli'.t I iv tie lurphalley of the
Ko.vu'.uL. n vnllev tint cilled Insist
ently to restless men, vvi homing them
In tho Piling aid rending llieui ba-k
In, the lite Fimtiner tlrtd and hng-jud
vlth tie him -er nf the north.
"When will I'oleon get back, do ou
"Most nnv r-iy now. unless tho Daw
sou d.iiue lulls are too much for him
It v.on't I'll." htm lung to sell Our
sUlus it vli it I hear Is true,"
"What U tlntr
"About then1 ( lieechnkos. They sny
there lire tlicii'ai.di of temhrfeot tip
theie nnd mere mining In every iHy."
CI ill Itirmil his e.ves dovvnslreiuii to
Iho ba i racks nnd nntisl that the long
fligstnff had nt Inst been orochd.
Hit n ns In- looked he savy'iv bundle
mounting tow ird Its tip and then be
held the stars and stripes flutter nut
In the nlr, while the men below cheer
is! noisily. It was sonio time before
"l'oleou Doret Is llko the rert of us
men up here In the north Wo have
taken caie of ourselves so fur, and I
puehi we're nblj to keep It up without
the help of a smooth faced Yankee kid
' Lieutenant Ilurrell Isn't n Yankee,1'
said Nocla. "He Is n Iltue (irnss 'man.
Ho eoines from Kentucky ."
Her father grunted lontoniptuously.
"I might have known It. A regular
male man with any gbger In him
would shed his coat and go to work,
Inetfnd of wearing his clothes bnt
tonrd up nil diy. It don't take much
'savvy to rnn a I amlfnl of thlrtee.i
dollar n month soldiers." Niclisllned
a bit restlcs'ly, mid the tridor cell
tlutird: "It nln't tnan'n work; It's
Icmlisi If he tiles to, boss us he'll get
milto n Eiirrrlse."
"He won't trj to Isis-i oti. He Ins
been sent here to build n niltltiry iost
ml to protect the miners In tholf own
self government, lie- won't take any
ptrt In ttif.tr ntTnlrs ns loug ns they
ere conducted pc.ucnb'y."
Tlrt old man grunted, ngnln with
nrtdul lontempt, while his daughter
"Tlils.rusli to the upper country hat
brought In nil sorts of people, good,
litil nnd worse, and tho soldiers hive
been sent to prevent, trcilble nnd In
hold things steady till tho hw inn be
established. The Cmiadiaii moiiMed
police nip seeding all their worst char
acters down river., and our soldlern
have been scattered among the Amer
ican camps for our protection. I think
"Where did you leirti nil this'"
"Lieutenant Uurrcll told me,'' she re
plied, at which her 'father regarded
In r keenly, Hlio co'jlel not seo the
curious look in hh c.vcs", nor did she
turn when, r. moment later, he re
named lu n altered tone:
"1 reckon I'oleon will bilng you
something pretty from Dawrnn. oh'"
"He has never failed to btlng mo
presents, nn matter where he came
from. Deur old Poleonl" Sho smiled
tenderly. "Do on remember that llrst
day when he drifted, singing. Into
Eight nround the bend up yonder? He
had paddled hh birch bark fiom the
Ch.imlolnr without a thing to cat.
H gcr nnd hardship only made him
tl ' happier, nnd the closer ho drew
lilj belt the louder lie snug."
"He w ns bound for Ids 'new toun
"Vet; be didn't know where It In',
but the fret for travel was on him,
and so he. drifted and snug, ns. In- hid
drifted nud' snug from the foot of
Lake I.o l'.nrge."
'"That was four yeirs ngo," iuued
flnle. "nud liu never found hh 'new
".No; wo tied him down nud choked
It out of him." Necli laughed- "Dcjir,
funny old I 'Aeon! He loves me llko It
The I linn opened Ids lips, then closed
them,- ns It on second thought, and
roce to his feet, for, coming toward
them up. the trail from the barracks,
he Is'hcld.n Mini, blue coated, figure.
IIo peered nt the approaching olllcer a
moment, sit his J.iw moro firmly and
dnppcnrfd Into the store
"Well, we hive raised 'our flagstaff,"
said-the Hellion ml ns he tool; n seat
below- Necl.i. "It's like getting set
lied to keep lioti'e."
"Aro you lazy?" Iiwpilreel the girl,
"1 dnro say I nm," ho admitted.
"I've never hnd time to find out.
"Are you going to liosa our people
around?" sho continued, bent on her
"No. Not ns long ns they What e. In
tact, I hardly know nhnt I nm to do.
Ma bo jou can till me." His smllo
was peculiarly frank nnd winning.
"You sis;. It's my llrst command,, and
my Instructions, although comprehen
sive1, are rather vagup, I nm supposed
to see thut mining ijghts nre observed,
to takp any irlmtiiils who kindly offer
tticmsilvi'S up to be arrested and to
jcrt of handle tblngi tint aro too
tough for tho utlnrM thomselves."
"1 don't bellovev ou will be veiy pop
ular with our eople," Neclu announc
ed me dilutive!'.
"Now that I think It over." ho coti
tluuid, "I'd rather have on like me
than hive the men do so."
"Of eourse." sho nodded, "They dq
nuythliig I want them to all but fa
"It Isn't that," hu Intel rupted quick'
ly. "It li bemuse ,ve,ii uio tho oply wo
man of tho pi ice, bccau'ojuu aiosi.eh
a surprise To thin'; th it In I he heart
of th,'' .-;.:.'l"'j I thcii'd ilml u Kir!
"Am I like other i lili?" rlie linpnred
eagerly. "I Into e flen' woedi tid "
"You nre, mil oii me not. You ire
surprMngly cotiveullounl for tliew
surroundings rud et uiieoiiveiuloiiiilly
suiprl ling for nuy plate. Who are
you? WJure did on eoue fiom? How
did oti get I.ercV"
"I nm Just vvh-it iti tee. I came
from tho States, nnd I was carilul.
That Is nil I mil remember."
"Then oil huen't lived hero nl
wn.vs?" "Oh, dear, no! We rime here while
I was very little, but if late I have
lieeii nwny at hcIiooI."
"Sonio poiulunry, ehV"
At thin nhe laughed nlmid. "Hardly
that, either. I've been nt Iho inlrslon.
I'nther IWruut.l his been tencliiug me
for live enrs. 1 came up ilvir n day
abend of jou."
She ntked uo nuestlons of tilm In re
turn,' for she hail already learned all
there v. is to know the di before
I H JsJ- -C,r 1 1 '
"JfoHirr mall rnc noir. Goodlrj."
from n grizzled corponil hi whom wns
the hunger to talk. ,Khe had learned
of n family of llurrells whose u.uue
wns known throughout the south nnd
Hint Meade Ilurrell' came from the
I'rankfort branch,, the branch that had
raised the soldiers. Ills father had
fought Willi Lee, mid uu uncle was
now lu the service nt Washington. On
tho mother's side the strain was equal
ly militant, but the M cades had sought
the sc.i. The old soldier had told her
much more, of which sho understood
little told her of tue-jiituu man's Mi
ter, who had come nil the way from
Kentucky tose' her brother off when
he sailed from Hm IV.Inilsco; told her
of the lieutenant's many friends In
Washington and of lib family iiauie
and honor. The old soldier, further
more, hnd looked nt her keenly mid
added that the llurrells vvcre'liiiown ns
"dlvlls among the weenien."
Ilcsting thus on the steps of Old
Mini dale's store-, Iho two talked on
till they were disturbed by the sound
of shrill voices approaching, nt which
the nt.iti looked up. Coming down thov
trail from tho town wcro n squiw mid
two children. At sight of Necli tho
little ones shouted gleefully mid scam
pered forward, climbing over her like
half grown puppies. They were boy
nnd girl, both brawn ns Slvv oshes, with
ecs like Jet lieds nnd hair that was
straight mid conrso nud black. At n
glance Ilurrell knew them for "breeds,"
nnd evidently the darker half was
closer to the surface now, for they
choked, gurgled, stuttered mid cough
ed lu their Indian tongue, while Necli
answered them likewise. At n word
from hot they turned and saw htm,
then, abashed lit the strange splendor
of bis uniform, fell silent, pressing
close to her. Tho sipinvv also syeincd
to resent Ills pri'sencc, for after n low
ering glance she drew tliessliiiwT closer
about her head and, leaving Iho trull,
slunk out of sight around the corner
of the store.
Ilurrell looked up nt bis companion's
clear tut, delicate face, at tho wlud
tminid iheeks, iignlust which her long
braids lay like tho blue black locks of
mi I.'gjptlan maid, then ut her warm,
dark ces, lu vvlileh wasjt Jilut of the
golden light of tho uftertTooii sun?
Tlio bitter revolt that had burned In
htm ut the prospect of u lolig l.IIo
died out suddenly How 'fresh nud
tlpwcrjlkeisho looked,, nuil y.ctjho wis
dom of aer! Ho spoke. Impulsively:
"I'mn glad ou nre here1, Mhs,NccIa.
I wns glnd the moment I saw you, anil
I linv e been grow big gladder ev w Mnce,
for I never Imagined1 there would bo
ail !! In this place but' men and
sipmwH-mch who lute the law unci
squaws who slink about llko that."
lie nodded In the I'lrectlou of tlio In
dian woman's Uhippc.irnurc,
Sho looked at him i.'Ulckly. ,
"Well, what dlfferen. o woijld J)lmt
make?" ' " "
"Ugh! .Squaws nud. InU' breeds!"'
Ills tone cniiTcyi'd In full hn utter
A curiously startled loetc Iny In her
lyes, and nn Inquiring, plaintive wrlu
tl6 cntuo between her brows
"I don't believe jiui understand," sho
said. "Lieutenant llunell. this Is my
eistcr, Molly d'nle, mid this H nij' llttlo
brother, John.'' lloth round e-pd ilfs
mide n ducking eourteay m;d ))lnkeI
nt tile soldier, who gained his, Icct
awkwardly, n flush rl.dng Into his
eliccl.a. t, .
I'lom the regions nt the tear nf tho
Blore tame-the Voice of nn Indian wo
nun calling. , ,
"Coining. In n moment!" the girl call
ed back; lien, turning to the ount;
i fllccr, n)ie iieldid qulolly: "Mother
uceds mo now tloodhy" .
(To Bo Continued)- ' .
Eclievcs Agricultural Information
Should Be Sent Out To Ha
lMltor I! v e n 1 n g it ii 1 1 c 1 1 n .
l'le.iso allow me spico In our Mil-
li iblo piper to nlr n certain griev
ance against the Advertiser for nn
attack made upon me n little moro
than n week ago, nnent tho author
ship nf n certnln resolution for tbo
dissemination nt certain published
agricultural Information among na
tive Hnwnllins, which wns Introduc
ed in the House of Representatives
nud fathered li) Representative A. 3
Knlilopu. This grlevanco seems rn
llicr lute in coining, hut I have been
eniplovcd In doing legislative work of
the kind not nppinvcd St b) i'd'tnr
Smith nnd vvoik which he termed ns
"n uscteis waste "
.Spenklng on my own behalf, 1 will
neither ndnill nor deny the soft Im
peachment of being the author of tho
said i evolution. Hut wan not the
resolution a timely ono besides being
n most worthy, one, especially to tho
native people, tho inajorlt) of the
voters of this country, I being ono
among them, but n deplorable one
iceordfiig to (he Advertiser stand ird
of proprlet, having been proscribed
tlisi' many cars nt the Instance of
Its purist Idltor Hut, Oh, holy lior-
tots' the Adverllfcr must hnvo for
gotten Its Eclf-rcspcct to even Idltor
lally mention "cx-eltlzen Tcstn" in
Its "hoi" columns, one deprived of
n vnto through the Instrumentality
hnd upon the complaint of Its most
pure editor, hut who Is still sufltcleut
ly manly to retain some sny, oven
though piosrrlhcd, which cannot ho
Mibdued by uny number of alleged
ninllhlnl purists It certainly pas-
ccth belief, compunction, mid under
With regard to Its ntt iclt upon
Iiepreaentntlvo Kulelopu, I deem It
to puerile, thciehy showing Its se
nility, Hint it needs no notice what
soever bconcl Bllent contempt. Tho
editor shows his usual antipathy V
llnwnllans In general ns well ns tn
ever thing native llnwailnn. When
ho encourages Hnw.illaiis to study
the example of "John Chlnnmmi," ho
shows hs Aslntle teeth, who lit onu
time had Asiatics to build hli house,
and then thereto attacked lu my own
paper (now defunct) ho personalty
Informed tho writer that he had glv
in tho contract to n white man, who
In his turn employed Asiatics,
It Is no disgrace to he credited
with the authorship of such n reso
lution, which nil tho dally papers,
the Advertiser Included, termed ns n
''sensible) measure." What need Is
thcro to s.iy more, unless It ho to ex
poso Its rnntukcremsne's. If It Is
such n sensible measure, ns reported
in oven Its own legislative columns,
then surely It must bo good, nnd
when It Is good, then It also must
lift u Just one. liver) one to whom
the matter has been spoken about ns
well as tho.-o who hnvo read tho
newspaper icpurts, nil speak well of
it with tho only exception us hciotn
About Its being n ' translnlng
Job," I fall to And it to be to my own
iulvnnagc, admitting that It docs
"smell" to bo somewhat of n selflsh
plot (?) on tho part of (hc,nuthor
together will! tho Introduce); to nib
(he public exchequer. Should tlio
item asked fyr bo appropriated for
the dIeemluntlon of the dcslied In
formation, which Is In the lino of
directed prnelli.il Intelligence, not
theoretical, tho dispensing of the
same will hn at the Instanio of the
llo.it d of Agriculture and rorcslry.
How can It bo said that "ex-citizen
Tc.it n" will lio oven nsked to do tho
work or nt least some of the work?
As Mr Thurston has some Influence
with the Hoard, who at ono time was
n member of It, ho can put a spoko
In to piovcnt my gottlng an) of tho
Work Intended, And jet I take no
reennd place to any prescnt-eht) Ha
waiian translator, the cdltoi's natlvo
colleague to tlio continry notwith
standing Ono th(ng Is very eerlalut
If I am not competent, I will use my
best endeavors to lopo w(th nny
work, nnd not attempt to even turn
out an sllp-shoil Job.
Hnough on my own behalf, unci
will nsk .miu, Mr. Cdltor, to exeuso
m) touting "my ovvji liorn,"
Dining these man; jears past,
with n ceitnln political cloul Imag
ing over my heud, I havo been moro
or less In touch with the various of
ficers of th? Hoard, wti Hie oxiop
t lun of tho re-cent nrilvnl nt the U
S Station. I receive nil reports and
bulletins Issued b) both mid have
spoken freely 4 In their aiois
functions lu and out of season among
peoulo of my ovvji kind, nm! othcis
PILES CURED, IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
' I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itchine. Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded -Made by
PARIS MUDICINU CO.,Satn'l Louis,
U. S. of A. . ' -
as well If tlio Advertiser's nntivo
contemporary could idons much with
out expecting remuneration, then
will peel off in) head-gear to It
Is tho "small fanner" ngltntlon of
the Advertiser editor, then, ou'y a
I earnest! believe that had th"
resolution ntnted that the dissemina
tion rhoiild be b) publication through
a native paper nt so much per Inch
of iaie, the Advertiser would not
have inlsed n cloud of, nor a voice,
In objection, ns It would then bo .
suro of getting tho work ns ngnlnst
all others, lu the same manner ns It I
la doing with nil tho olllclal nilvcr-'
Using, both executive and Judicial
At the beginning of the present
legislative session, tlio Advertiser, as
Its usual wont, opposed tho trnnslnt-
lug of measures for the Intelligent
Infoiinatlon of Hnvvallun members
Ilut It Is not consistent, as its oltlce
bas been doing native printing for
the Legislature To ho consistent,
It should refuse to do all such vork
Dnilng past sessions native mem-
bers ns n rulo have alvva)s opposed
tho giving -of appropriations for the
Hoard nf Agriculture and rorcslry.
because Its functions nre not known
lu them. Tho appropriations have dlicct proposition which could bo ro
bCen made hesitatingly nnd unl) gnrded ns n basis for otlklal negotln-
tlirough icrtnln missionary work
among them, by thoto of their own
people who tnko Interest In the The Foreign Secretnr) etilel that
llond's work, that the nppioprlutlons Chancellor von lluc'.ovv o EttitcmcntH
were at nil mnile. lhen the nppro-1 on December 10th last to the Relch
prlation for tho Collcgo of Hnvvnll tng niado ilenr Comma's position
would not have passed hnd not tho n the question of the universal llm
tamo kind of misslonnr) work been tuition of naval armaments and bin
done iimong thiin with tiie assur-' remarks still hold good. German)"
mice of a certain amount of Kcdetnlnay.il program wns settled by htw
aid- land wns purely for nec-essar) defense
Rut to knock at this resolution Is'nnd not u threat against nn nation
to withhold Information that should ( whatsoever
be Imparted to them. Kor the solo j Tho members of tho lludget Com
benellt of the editor of the Aeher- mlttee unanlmotislv cxnressed tlio
tlfor, I wsh to Inform him, thrnugh
your klndnc3S, that ho cannot Amer
icanize the majority of the Hawaiian
pcoplo of the present generation
not In tho wny ho would lime them
become If he wns as consistent, ho
would advise his political friends,
during campaigns, not to speak to '
them through interpreters, but must
speak solely to them In tho Auicrl
enn (?) lingo, then surely ho will
succeed In eventually Americnnlrlng
all of the llnwailnn people, Includ-
I ti fltn 1'iW.nllUnn" no urnll
... .: ,...',;,. " , :,m ..!
Ion that the Item asked for In the" four WW Into u bowl wit, tn
resolutlon I. of more moment to the)',,c""0"flu)l ""!,. 'f untl light.
Hawaiian people at large than ts the ,?, , f!" . ", " "U'
Item for promotion work, which I"
consider ns graft, pure nnd simple,
of the llrst magnitude. And again, I
f,r tho solo Information nf jour
carping contemporary. It was tho
samc good missionary work, riono',rj"'"' "' "ul,ul "u r,; meiieu,
without pay, that made Immigration
nnd conservation a possibility nmong
the Hawaiian majority, the convinc
ing nnd other arguments put forward
made It, the same having been done
In a patriotic ardor ns against their
own feelings of the probable and
possible effects from Immigration as
exemplified, to their disgust. In tho
Keeling, thnt I am not sumclently
Intelligent to cope with the prescnt-cnt-day
Intelligence, and ns nn In
tending "small farmer," I for one,
even though proscribed, feel tho need
of dlrcctid and applied sclenco In ag
K. J. TKSTA.
Army and Navy Urge Destruction of
Kaiser's Fleet Warlike Feel
ing More Prevalent
IXJNDON, KnglHiid, March 23.
Tho warlike feeling against Germany
s moro prevalent now lu llrltish po
litical circles than at any time since
tho Iloor War. The languago- Intlie
military and uavnl clubs Is particu
larly bitter, nml prominent olllccrs,
vylth little reserve, advocate tho de
struction of tho German fleet,
They admit1 Hint lu tlio ubatrnct
Germany has tho right to build as
inan) battleships as It pleases, but
they declaie that Kngl.ind nlso has
the right to pievent the construction
of a n.it'y within one night's steam
lug of the Kngllsh coist, to the. peril
of this cfiuiitrj's national life.
Such Is the discussion of the ques
tion which Is deeply oecup))ng the
nilmls of tho greatest and ablest men
If German) persists In Its naval Pol
ley nnd threatens to outpaco RrRlsh
navnl construction, ILsconis certnln
that the part) which advocates Im
mediate offense ns the best ultimate
defense will gain steadily In Influ
ence over the public opinion.
When llaby was sick, wo gavo her
Whin sho was n Child, sho cried for
Whcu sho became Miss, sho clung to
When she) had Children, flic givo them
185 editorial rqoms 250 u
ness office. These are the'telfphont
numbers of. tho Bulletin olflee
; BRITAIN TRIED'
1 TO LIMIT NAVY
Statement in Berlin That England
Mtfe Sufif,stlcns Cost of ..
Two Naval Pro
llL'RLIN, (lermany, Marcli 23.
llcrr von Schoen, the Secretary for
Foreign Affairs, In n speech In bonnlC-
of Chancellor von lluclow before tho
lludget Committee of the Reichstag
today, explained that during tho
pourparlers which had occurred be-
tween England nnd Germany con-
ccrnlng the extent and cost of tho
nnvnl progrnms of tho two countries,
Brent IVrli give Germany to un-
dersland that sho was ready to en-
tcr Into nn understanding on tha suh-
jPCt, but lu the eourse of Informal
conversation authoritative Ungllah.
nnd German ofllclals never undo any,
ticn Therefore (iernuny never took
up a position in the mutter
hope that German nnd llrltish rcln-
tlons would continue friendly Herr
von Schoen said this nlso was tha de
sire of the whole German nation.
The lludget Committee has decided
to report the Government's naval es
timates. No chnnccs havo been nindo
n t,0 ,nnin fctrcB of the estl-
males, which provide for three Hrcud
noughts and one large cruise.
OMELETS POIt EASTER
'mon omklet - put ti,0 f,.ik
".'"", "'" ""'"" "' ' ,0, tli',u,;l
M rro"' nna "" " "
j0""'' Then si, fourth of u
lasjHjonful of JKiklng powder, Ppuf,
'" U, 'aMc l1'1" ' "'''d' " tt!-
and bnko in a moderate oven for ten
minutes. When done, cut the omelet
In half, put on a hot platter, with
tho following lemon Jelly bqtvvccn
the ln)ers, nnd serve ns eiulckly ns
OMCLUT SOKKLIJ llreak lx
eggs, separate the whites nnd )olks.
Add four tnhlcsiioonruls of sugpr, , it
tcnspoonfiil of cornstarch u;id a ta-
uicspoonful of brandy to tho yolkB
of tlio eggs. Stir theso together well
for live minutes, Then froth tlio
, whites nnd add to the batter wltli'L.i
pinch or salt and a dust of Intu'lng
powder. Put, n tublcspoonful of but
ter In a frying-pan; when It is )iot
turn the omelet in nnd place on trip
slovo. As soon ns It begins to set,
put In the oven nnd lct;brown. Scrro
sprinkled with liowdercd sugar. .,
OYSTKR OMHLKT Scald 'a doz
fn nnd n half osters In their 6wli
liquor, then elrnln and cut Into small
pieces. Heat tlie whites and Jolktt
of six eggs separately, add salt! and
pepper ,n fourth of a teaspoontul of
baking powder and hnlf the oj iters
to the )olk& of the eggs. Then mix
with the frothed whites and turn In
to "iin omelet pun, In which a tnblo
spounful of butter bus been meted.
Make a brown sauce and ndd the re
maining half of the osters and
ktvo piping hot with tho omelet;
Tho April Dellncntor,
HIS FAITH WAS VARIABLE
llelfig nfrabf nt night, Jon was
told that God was nlways there nud
would tu,le rare of hi in, and ho must
Just sny his prn)cr nnd go lo sleep,
IIo repeated his little prnjer, hut still
fretted about tho dark 1 Bald: "Oh,
but ou don't trust God." To which
ho tearfully responded: "I will In
tho morning'" The April Deltnc-
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL STt FRANCIS.
',EUROPEANjPLANjS1tffO'A DAY UP,,
AiwtHiiifvn run a.uu a usj ur.
q A nt down toun hotel Sletl ind
Irlck- strucUr o. FurnitbaA i i cost o!
$150,000. Eieri corofottaad oontinl
enee. On oil Ihtest trantfertlng lo stl ,
i.pjili o( cllj. Omnibus meets su tisbts:
and sstmette 0
1 iiW STEWART5
Now recognized as Hawatiani
i Island irtaclfiuarlcrs.
. Cable, Address "TBAWETS."
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