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Roosevelt and '.'Back From Elba"
Movement . Gete Attention at
Hands of Washington Newspa
VpAjJHlftflTON, February 6. Tho
members of (tfie "Back From Elba"
Club, as tpp most engrossed organisa
tion pf the times, strutted on tho mini
tc stage 'pf the Gridiron Club at Us
annual' dinner tonight. V
That sterling play, "Unclo Tom's
Cabin." was given In one act, but It
was caned "yneie ,Joos, uawn, ana
depicted the '.'Insurgent'- situation In
the Houso of .Representatives.
Uncle Joe'i Lament.
Uncle, Joe appeared as Marks, the
Speaker. '" "
"Kick them In tho slats," ho shout
ed. Waving his hands nt tho cower
Inn Insurgents. '"I'm a regular, and
everybody who Isn't with rno Is Irregu
lar. If I vote tjventy:twp Dctnacrats
to pass a rulo, it's politics. It anybody
e'lso does It, It's treason."
Unclo J oo nddrccs tho club In blank
There was a young Speaker named
Who trcd to appoint a committee;
Rut the Insurgent's got gay
And stepped on Ills features,.
Oh, come, let its lean assnst, the
Thcrp was a small punch that In-
And tliey slapped a cr-rtak) person qn
Dut when It comes to rpsj'gnlngt
I'll see you In Kokomo,
Ob, firemen, .will you kindly save my,
There Is a thing In politics called pap,
And statesmen nopd It in their busi
ness; But If you can't deliver tho goods at
What'B tho uso of being an Insurgent?
Ood pity tho poor fishermen at sea.
The High Price Crussds.
Tho crusado against tho high prices
was too timely a tpplq to bq pyorlook
cd. It was embalmed In ' prose and
poetry. First of all appeared the In
fant Industries, the Lumber Trust,
Whisky Trust.' Beer Trust, Coal Trust
and Tobacco Trust, each being repre
sented l)' a member or ,tne ciuu, at
tired m pinafores and the' cutest ltttlo
panties that bver adorned an Infantile
Then In came the ultimate con
sumers, a band;of hollow ctieeke'd, hat
less and vosfleso cre'atpres, who we're
made to appear by tho aft of tho of
ficial costumcr as It they Kore In tho
last stages ot tho "Btrugglo for ex
istence." "I am afraid of theso pcoplo," wall
ed tho Tobacco Trust. "I want my
"Boo-hoo!" w'opt tho other trusts.
"Wo al want our mothers."
"Who Is your mother!'' asked ono
of the ulttmato consumers.
"Mrs. Toft Is tho mother of
'trusts,'" was tho reply.
This was a verso rrom ono at (ho
chants of tho trust magnate?, to the
air of a popular song:
Oh, tho ultimate consumer always has
to .somo to us, .
'Cauto he hasn't any other place
IIo will rlso In Indignation; ho wll!
mako on awful fuss, '
'Cause he hasn't any other placo
Why aro all oug gnosis assembled hero
tonight In Glad array?
Why do Congressmen keep coming to
our city day by day?
Why did Rcbcbynlt grab a gun and
beat It dear to Afrlcay?
'Cause he hadn't any othor place
On Nicaragua Incident.
The fun started almost as soon as
tho guests weto boated with a tangle
ovor tho Inauguration of tho now pres
Ideni of tho club Scott C. Bone, edi
tor of tho Washington Herald for
r-ntnrlnir tintlmulv uttun tho sccno.
came El Prcsldunto Zelaytft with his
army, composed or nair a uoien gen
erals In Fulstafflnn uniforms, and ono
lono private. Zelayn, looking for a
Job, had picked out tho presidency of
tho Gridiron Club as suitable and was
ejected only by the threat that Secre
tary Knox was approaching. Scarcely
had peace arid quiet been reBjtored
when another Interruption came, when
to tho strains of tho "Marseillaise" en
tered tho "Back From Elba Club," clad
In Napoloonio uniforms, and Including
personifications of public mon who
havo been Identified by common re
port with tho movoment to return
Roosevelt to tho White House.
Tho "Big Stick" figured. In this, and
In tho fierce glare of the electric light
and In deflanco of all rules of secret
orders, and In trip prcsenco of several
hundred "Outlandcrs" wcro dragged
forth and duly Initiated tho two unfor
tunate neophytes ofuie Gridiron Club.
George Edmund Miller, resident cor-
espondent of tho Dotrolt N.ows, and
John Callan 6'Laugblln ot tho Chicago
Tribune. They wero made to foreswear
alt of tho policies of their respective
newspapers and to pledge themselves
to bo on the pier to welcomo "Tho
Only Ono" when, ho returned from
Africa, all this to tho chant ot "When
TO FIFTH CAVALRY
Following Ig a copy of life special
orders Issued .-for tho Fifth Calvary
exercises In commemoration' of Wash
Special Orders No. 24.
Schofletd Barracks, Honolulu, T. II.,
February 17, 1310.
1, The Band and 1st Squadron, 6th
Cavalry; under command of Major
Fred W. Foster, 5th Cnv., will proceed
on Monday, the 21st Instant, by march
ing to Fort Shatter, Hawaii, tor tho
purpose of taVlng part In the Washing
ton's birthday commcmorotlvo exer
cises In Honolulu on February 23rd,
A sufficient number of men will be
taken by each troop to Insuro 3 pla
toons of 12 men each In tho parade,
In addition to chiefs of platoons, gui
dons, principal guides, etc., etc. Extra
and special duty men will be taken' on
Iho march,, If necessary to complete
' . r
this quota, but In refcrenco to theso
men troop commanders will mako tho
necessary arrangements with the staff
Tho necessary rations and forage
for the command will' bo drawn at
Fort Shatter, (ration returns and
tcqulslttons for forago to bo sent with
mess sergeants). Each troop and
band will take with It the necessary
tcntago, (conical wall tents).
The mess Bcrgeant and one cook
from each troop will bo sent to Fort
Shatter on Sunday, February 20, 1910,
Ip drawn rations, and to prcparo meals
upon" arrival of tho squadron.
Iho members of tho Board will bo
attached to tho troops of the squadron
Tho Quartermaster's Department
will furnish tho necessary transporta
tion. iBy Order of COLONEL SCHUYLEIl.
t , 1 e. a. STunaus.
' Captain and Adjutant 6th Cavalry.
1 Official: H. A. STUnOES,
Captain and Adjutant, 6th Cavalry.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 18, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Lonohonuaklnl and hsb to Edw
H F Wolter, tr M
J no A Palmer and wf to Mathew
-Enos . .
John A. Palmer and wt to Frnnk
Kamanu and wf et al to William
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to A II Don-
dero ot al Par Hot
A H Dondcro et al to James
Louis Pearson by High Shor to
David Kahaleua '. ,.8her D
David Kahaleua to Kaea (w).. D
ilattle K Vivlchaves and hsb to
Kaea (w) D
LaRela K Kamakala and hsb to
Candldo F Souza D
J Alfred Magoon and wf to
Mary Reyes D
Mary Rels to It Matsumoto. ... M
K Matsumoto to J Alfred Ma
W II Harbottle to Antone Fos
Antono Foster to J, Alfred Ma
goon . . ..,.... U
Entered for Record Feb. 10, 1910.
Maria A Rogers et al to Manuel
M Jordao PA
Maria do C Camara to Eltba Mo-'
S Klla to Keanu Koloho U
S Klla to Peter Joseph. ....... U
Fanny Strauch and hsb to A F
E J Morgan and wf to Joseph
Peter Carty to Katie Kekual-
Kalamatkat K Aklna to John K
Meleana Bell to Carollno ot al.. U
Mutl Wdg & Loan Socy ot Haw
Led to Charles J Broad.. Par Rel
8 K Knanannn Kelllkull to Re
becca K AchI et al D
(Special to tho Bulletin)
Wallnku, Maul, Fob, 18. Senator W.
J, Coelho was In Walluku thlg week
and attor seeing somo of his many
friends, returned to Honolulu Inst
Wednesday by tho Claudtne. Senator
and Mrs. S. E. Kalariia are expectod
back on Main next week. It's almost a
year now slnca tho Senator and his
wlfo left for Honolulu to attend tho
poMon of the Legislature. Whether
the Sonator will tako up tho actlvo
management of tho cpmlng campaign
tho future alono will, tell, for the Sen
ator Is not certain himself. His num
erous friends will welcome both hint
and his estimable wlfo to the 'land ot
Tt T TtT tf t
Teddy Comes Sailing Homo, Again,
The now order of things. In the,
State Department was disclosed in a
snlrlt illustrative ot a eatnerlng of Sec
rotary .Knox and his faithful assist
ants and bureau chiefs of recent cre
ation. Tliere was on under secretary
end a "Secretary of Nearsighted Af
fairs" and one of "Far Sighted Af
fairs," and "there was' a wondorful ex
hibition of "shlrt-sloovo diplomacy,"
resulting In tho summary settlement
of tho Nlcaraguan quostlqn and tho
Chlneso railroad Imbroglio and other
matters that have engaged tho atten
tion ot tho diplomatic branch of tho
Government tor tho past few months.
TO BUV TITLE
Paid Many Thousand., but Failed to
Hand tueiiJkUOMtOT uountess
of Warwick Mixed Up in Farce
Brewer Demands Money Back.
LONDON, Jan. 28. Much myslory In
thrown' about a Villi. '"JVyatt ys, tho
Countess or warwicic, wnicn was can
ed yesterday In tho KIpR's llonch
Court, dver'whlch tho .ord Chief Jus
tice presides? and was postponed wjth
the view of settling It Out of pourt.
Tho World correspondept 1 Inform-,
cd thatthero would have been' sensa
tional 'developments had tho stilt been
heard. Systematic salo of tltlorby aris
tocrats In the royal circle would hayo
teen exposed. '
Mr.- Wyatl Is a very wealthy brower
H'" BOclal aspirations. The story goes
Ii.n kliniii n tMnr nrrn tin Witt InM 111 n
tHUt UUUUt lt VMS iJ S1W " ( "ta VJ ..
prominent member of tho principal
Tory club, tho Carlton, that If ho wish-
cd to bo made ft baronet no would nt;
tnln his nmbltlon by paying 1100.000.
Mr. Wyatt satisfied himself that the
persons making the proportion could
make good, and no agreed to pay siuu,-
000, With the understanding thnt a
baronotcy would bo given him nmonc;
tho titles and honors which the King
conferred on his last birthday.
Somo time before tho list was to n li
near Mr. Wyatt was Informed by tho
person who had approached him orlg'
Inally that ho must pay 100,000 to
principals In, the negotiations, who, It
Is said, he named as tho Countess of
Warwick and a. high official of Buck
ingham Palace. Tho Countess of War
wick, who, as .Lady Brooke, wsb, tho
"Babbling Brooko" ol mo Trnnoy
Croft scandal, ts fampus now for Iter
Mr. Wyatt objoctod to paying such a
largo sum until the baronetcy was
'delivered." but his objections were
ovvrcpmo and he paid It.
Buj: wlien tho (1st of bjrthday honors
was published his namo. was not bii It.
Naturally Mr. Wyatj. was' Indignant
nnd demanded his $00,000. Ho was
persuaded that tho coveted title would
ho given htm When tho next list of
honors should nppeap "'(hat it was
wimnciu ouiy .uepuunQ cepuiu ucci-a-
sary rormoiiucs pan to uo gono
Becoming suspicious, Mr. Wyatt
made Inquiries and learned that his
namo nad nqt oyen ucen suggested to
Ot cqurso It tho circumstances as al
leged becamo public, the people would
havo learned too much about how titles
aro won. Eo a mighty effort Is being
raado to placate Mr. Wyatt. He Insists
on having his money back, but .the
Countess of Warwick and tho court
officials aro not In n financial position
to return It.
Thero seems to bo, no.doubt that tho
baronetcy would have ijeon conferred
but for somo untoward clrcumstanco
which Is not explained. -His now alleg
ed that tho Counters "did not act In
The Earl of Warwick; well known In
Now York, left Englnnd this wcelj to
tako euro at n .German spa rather
an unusual time of year for that Jour
ney; Tho Countess accompanied him,
although, Usually, they do not travel
It Is said (ho Countoss desired to
uso her share pf Mr.,Wyatt's money to
odd tq tho Socialist election funds at
this gonoral election.
HONORED WITH LUAU.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
tyAILUKU, Maul, Feb. IS.-r-The
offlcers-and members of the Vnlluku
Christian Kndeavorers gave a luatt
last Tuesday afternoon' at the Wal
luku Town Hall n honor oMtev. and
Mrs. L. D. Kelllpto, both ot whom
hayc been doing excellent war):, in!
Central Maul. There wero. noarly
sixty present. Mr. Keola .was chos
en roaster ot ceremonies, and ho call
ed upon the following Isdies and
gentlemen to make addresses: Audi
tor WHcox, Judge J. W. Kalua;
Judge A. Nt Kepplkal, President P.
N. Kahokuoluna ot Maul C. K., Mrs.
Emnlla Cornwell, Revs. J. Kallno,
Kolllplo, Manase and L. B. Kaumehe
Iwa; Sheriff W. E.. Saffery, Horn H.
J. K. Ijawahlne, Assessor J. H. Ku-
newa and Hon. M. P. Walwalole. The
speech-making lasted nearly two
hours, and from tho Town Hall the
banqueters repaired to the Knahu
inanu church, where Rev. and Mrs.
L. D, Kolllplo couduptod a meeting,
which was one ot the largest and
most enthusiastic held in Kaabu
manu, 5 S
FORM REFORM CLUB
Qn last Thursday forty Chlnore
ladles met and organised a women's
reform club? Liint Seo, the wdW ot
the old kcopor of the Joss houso on
Akwai tans, Is tho moving spirit In
tho .now organisation. The nnvly
formed club will movo tor rcforu.? In
the Chinese marrlsgo servlco and will
Intorcst Itself In other reforms, espec
ially traditional prejudices that liavo
obtained for centurlos.
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t, X. SUXXXTTX
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