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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1902.
Ta Philadelphia Ledger
tafera "treat, the tenor of tbe meaaage ,
that If 11 ratefdr Mil Bbonld be paw
ed It would be approved, bat that tbe -PragMeat
win not go out of Tate way '
to artaaote its paaaage.''
fit. LoaH Republic: -In aotaej
tfjr tfcoaaaod words, more or tatcj
FruMiat TJooseTolt tells the Ajaer-,
'ieaa aeoale that tbe party atacatae,
fetaaaare has been too amch for him
im the issues
of moaopob- and pro-
nwwnni uhcw: 11 uoasreaa
Mlertakes to legislate football oat
tf tbe govcraataat cottage it aright?
ie asked later oa to abolish V gyav
Yacf ua and the. sham battle In re-1
" orenaaloaa Coo-
fresaaafi's Ideas of danger to the
Hre pad limbs of the students." 1
-Toe crowning act of oar daty to1
una remans to oe oooe. says thes
HMhmapoHa Jonrnal (Hen), "in the
-1 -.- . . . .
aacaoiuaawa ot saca commercial re-
wtkMU as win inore to the prosperttr
of both countries and to insuring the
stability of the new gorernment
which we have planted at so much
cost in money and lives."
h.BMr 1,kii.tim i,
i ii- - . - w- i-!L- ,
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last questions that will be consider-1
ea, aad K is ttncertaJn what coarse; t , ...
tJoasrea. win porsne. Certam mem-L """ !?"'. i K"S"i; "
ber. desire radical change la the tar-! fred, tolrfcL Ji
UC adMale: but to this there ..debate " f Bp tovlS61' ff
troag opposition, based npon the fact' Wes to make the work complete
that the coantry being prwperons. J tcu1 1 iim ,1W, J
h is wise to let matters aloae." ! "" to Congress the recalt of his la-
... , tors.
Boston Herald: "If there is" no'
reaaoa for thinking that, by means of,,
Uwayiasioiial negotiation, terms can
be made with tbe French canal com-!
pay that are more satisfactory than
those thus far offered, then it seems
tc as that Congress should proceed
oa Its own account and follow that
reeomtaeadatioas of the Isthmian ;
Coamisakw in approving the con
struction of the canal at Nicaragua.
re1oent Roosevelt is 'bands off
In the Soutaer suffrage controver
sy " the Washinatcn correspondent ,
of the New Orleans Times-Democrat'
reports. -He believes It is a matter
with which Ooagret alorf? should
deal, aad he has no Intention of In
termeddling or taking any part in the
light- This is, in substance, the state-'
meat made to-day by President
Roosevelt to a prominent Sontbern;
member of Concress."
"Are there no industries which are
vatcieaUy established to stand a re I
oaahie reduction of duty?" asks the
Chicago Port (Kep). "A negative
answer la an affront to sense and.
fact. The tariff readjustment
from the task, the revision will de-
fact. The tariff readjustment Is . "i4 ww- -..-.-evitable
If the nepubllcans shrink !?f county ornment in southern H-
V voire upon a Democratic Congress. '
That Is the easily foreseeable conse
quences of the stupid policy of cow
ardice and evasion and waiting for
something to turn up."
Xaw York Times. "The facts sub
mitted and the recommendations
made by the commission will prob
ably be accepted ag decisive by Con
vrass. There have been rumnrc nf
a -Panama lobby." which is said to.'
have sought to obstruct Congression-'
al action favorable to the Nicaraguan
route in the interests of the French
owners of the Panama Company's un,
completed caaal. who have for some'
time been trying to sell out to the ,
United State It would seem urob-
able that oar government will now!th
decline to give further consideration '
to the Panama project.
Various estimates have appeared
of the actual number of place which
the Incoming municipal administra
tion wlU have to ail or be able to fill
after Jan. 1. Mayor Low will have
MO appointments: the county officers.
elected on the same ticket with him.
will have collectively twenty -five.
AbOttt as many more will be within
the gift of the county officers of
Klnmt. Queens and Richmond, aad in
the whole of the Greater New York
ium .r. k ma i.. . i .
-. . ..m,. - prnci OW ii IMC
cmMaed eiH service secretaries,
cashiers, confidential messengers and
otfees to which onlv Qualified mem-'
ben of the bar are eligible.
"The rdprocit.v treaties negotlat
ed hr Mr. Kassoa are dead. New
afts to take their place will not be
ordered. The Ways aad Means Com-
mtttee of-the House will glTe the tar-( or the erecUon of a tablet to the , rv,egaiea
In a wide berth. Aad so on." sum- memory of the late President McKin
marlaac the Washiastca Star Iad.).'y- It will be designed and executed
"lt all depeads. The cockiest of the
xeatlemea holding this tone U not be-,
yaad the reach of public opinion res
attWij and adequately expressed. If,
there Is a demand for rclpwcity aad;
for tho aboitUon of tariff duties which !
ha re ceased to be a protection for In-f
mat iadastris and are bow a bounty-
for gnats, thev mav be obtain d i
The Washington Post (lad J does I
"srttt wUh the President la the t
calaioo that such ameadments aad .
revisieas In oar tariff laws as might
lv poestaie afttr securing all sab-,
i'tsOHA sad legitimate protection.;
vvald predaee even a rlaple much ventlons. He was also one of th , .,, hRrp"rpr- i-ntrn Tn n " -, - . , . ,
M a. upheaval or a -4n thej reading clerks In the Democratic Na- Smendergaste ft
bea. world- Oa the contrary, ft' tfoaal Convention at Chicago, la 1S9S. J to any. JamalS. West India IsSS. Soriiiel Uh R!eTand Sla
leHevee that "they could be effected, -" The paias in the chest InJicated an J tlons. copies of which, mav be obtain
maeh more expediUousiy and ,dectnt- Art League "At Home. ! approaching attack of pneumontv on appl -tion.
ly through the medium "of legislative The Literary Circle of the Kiloha-' wWrh In this instance was undoubted , INe,.pavrp npPiRTPMT
caattfon than kv the machlnen- of an ! ua An League will eive an at home ?T .off b? Chamberlain's Cougn INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
. or a preposterous
cnirn AVnonci-A '
i -solemn, expensive,
.In,! ftflla-WtfVi Irlnf PImiml.Kt!Ai.
w ! . w.., ...m m ,m- vVUUIVVUilWU
esuoullyo bureau, or a preposterous j on Saturday evening, January 25. at ,!"!! o"acts anr tend-nr , Agents for Fire,, Marine Life Acd
commlsslon. or a.solemn nensiv's vieV .t ,. i i .0 e(.a.col.d toward Paeuxnpnla. Sold by, dent and Employer' Liab.lity Insur-
O&ce of any kind and ifla; 'tie be
faeas -world' in general 5-onW be vast-
ly reassured by baring tae tiling done
lawiuiiv ana rcgaiany ;
Prof. Thomas R. Bacon, of Use UnMc,co -nae. at coaautn oo ,.'
versity of California, says that, a!.0 ewapp-r area in UttM;
tboogh be believes is the birder ed-f bn " Canmlcle 1 -
ceatfcm of women, be is opposed ! twwrt' no! ""a w-"
coeaactIoa. j It to in a news way,
I Fitch is a set-rocs ntaa and maic
.' Cbarlea a'- a Saa4atea D.
n r tit tfatmnh- nuMm ha!"1- The scb-edttors are not allow
ijost received the title of doctor of
I phOcsophr f Uie University of iMp -
PnaMeat Ira Reneea of tfct JohneJ5cle Tae oAce BIU bMn lon"
nioakins Unfverskv will iir ami red-headed and blond
address at the larlas of the comer
stone of the two new balldisss bow
being erected at Baylor University,
' . . '
General Lew Wallace Is spending
the greater part of eacb car at his
ii,nm. . r-Mfiiu tm- . -ir.
- - .-.... .--, ... tw.m
oa his antobiocranky. He botwe to
complete the xrk within a year.
Tlatothy BloomfieW Edgar, a retir
ed St. Lottis banker. ST years old and
i totally blind, dictates interstlag
Terses to an amanneats. and recently
pnblUhed a voinrae under the title.
'Poems, Rhymes and Sayin&s."
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v7"'' "V- " !" , , ,-cr
rT , ? "B- ' , " t ,
"UneU . r acoiu:ou;5: ',"""
' nic Fravp is m iimlt itffLf-n lual il ib
almost impossible to find it "It is,
marked with a common slate s.one,
covered with moss and cclored with
Le Baron Loring Austin recently
elected president of the Illinois So-;
UIC4J OOUJ VL U.P CW..lu. . M-,
scendant of Major
Austin, secretary of
"War in Massachusetts during the
Revolution, and a . son of the New
England novelist, Mrs. Jane G. Aus
tin. Mr. Charles F. Lumntis. autaor and i
champion of the Western Indians.
will soon go to Washington to confer
with President Roosevelt on the sub
ject of the approachinc eviction of
aborigines fronv, their home on the
Warner ranch in San Diego County,
Pro. John W. Jenks. who has just
hnols. is now on his wny to Asia,
where he will gather data concerning'
British administration in India. He
is professor of political economy in
Prof. J. Henry Thayer, late BHwey
professor of the New Testament in
the Harvard Divinity School, be
queathed to the library of that
school such books in his library,
t.ot owned by the library of the
- n001 - RR ma" ue needed D3" ,p
brar" for professional purposes.
Anna Colson- a musical compear
ot Ma,ne- has about 1C5 compositions
to her crwllt- She quite reconUy
wroi a "uanei. us.ng me wom. u
'The Reaper and
Flowers," for the Bangor Apollo j
Male Quartet, and it has been accept-(
; en oy a uonuon puuusnur. ,
The diaries, letters, and manu-. standing he fact that the protection
scripts of James K. Polk, comprls- of our reiati0ns with the East is ab
ing all his known writing?. hse been soiutelv essential, we have not a
imrcuafcTO lli ,-a.ew u iuv v un-av
Historical Society of Mrs. J. H. Fall '
of Nashville. Tenn stepdanchtr of
President Polk. The diary covers tbe
period of his Presidency.
Captain Luke Wilder, of Bangor,
f - T--t 1-l..- .n. . '
'tV"., ilUU LMUICI CU51C4 cn; IC1J j
t a bannuet in Ban-:
par !n IMS Webster nrd&rad Wllder's I
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picture painted at his expense.
uiuu .t ttt-9 ..k.-'ak w. twi
ninta.i t ! oniu) i
was uao. but Webster never sent
for ,l. & lt is now owned by Mrs.
EHzn Hazzxrti. of Bangor, wno is a
gramlchild of Captain Wilder.
Carlo Bersottl. a prominent Italian
of New York, is taking up subscrip
tions among Italians, to secure funds
. - . ..!. .
Italians, and when finished will , tn, (iie Philadelphia Press. -placed
In the Capitol tt "V ashing- 5 -what did you pay for year :
-Prof- Jnerson Pollard, known asj
"the Stontor cf all .Missouri." Is now)
Judge of the Fourth District Court of
St. Louts. His voice, which is de-'
scribed bv an enthusiastic local -pa-'
nor as "weird wonderful, witchinsr i
powerful as the basso profundo pne-t
. . - -- .- (
trating as Gabriel's silver trumptt
and sweet as an Aeolian 'harp.' won '
him the positlcn of readinc clerk In , M.v according to airections and In two
the Missouri State Assembly, and lnid'YS f?13 wel1 a.ntL?ble t0 " to
many city and State Democratic con- cJ,i ".Jl"1 !
on Saturday evening, January 25. at
c i-i- . . k i w.
i ociock. at the Art League rooms,
EDITOR AN'D OFFICE BOY.
t Gallacner ,n Rea Uf
New " York CMuercial.
John Hana Fitch, new l,!or
and literary critie of the San FraL
' uriBS rii4 dtecipUae in bis depart
ed to smoke or talk alood. and
j lttaK l a0" d Jr at
nirr. ire oeoe ot turn
I has been the offlce boy of the Cb
and has been different about every
month, as his rices were discovered
and he was "fired." The prise boy
was one "Shorty." who has lately
been arrested for burglary after a
hirid career as a horse stealer.
! "Shorty" was about IS years old 1
wt looked to
vuv wnu fcv Mtv . wa iuur mi t
eight inches hbshsa wed-off and
hammered down. Besides receiving
visitors aad telling them that the ed
Iter was not in, his dntv it was to
answer one ot the telephone. l.ik
all newspapers, the Chronicle ha-
been annoyed oy persons bringing,
formal death notices, that should
to the advertising department, up- tc
the editorial rooms, and so "Shorty"
mas instructed to send these ieopk
down stairs. It is the custom of tht
Associated Press to notify all big
newspapers taking Its service of an
important event as early as pessibk
so that preparations may be mad
for handling the news. One afier
noon the Associated Press manager
called up the office for Mr. Fitch.
Shorty" answered the 'phon.
Tu -Vr- Fitch that Bismarck is
dead." said the Associated Press
..Take your death-notices t0 the
,..nai: m.. eM ..Ch,.-. a
u..w..... vi..w JttlU JltVibJ. auu
hung up the receiver.
This was very early in the after
noon, and when Fitch arrived at 7
ociock mat evening to take ehanie
for tne n, ht he foum, Bismarck
(Jofj.1 ,. fUp offlP Tho Acno!ntC,l
Jonathan Loring Pregs was PhoutetI at over the wlre
the Board of( gnJ the disgruntled manager tql.i his-
tale of "Shorty's" answer.
"Shorty" was fired.
Isn't It Strange.
From the Phi'idelphia Bulletin.
How many men hang on to an id
i just because it pleases their -nniiy
How many women torture them
selves !th thoughts cf other worn
en's prosperity? ,
How many men are unable to ex-;
plain the principles of their relig i
How many women try to convince
others of their power to attract men"!
How many men like" to believe' the.. '
have all the Hi luck floating around' ,
How many women demand attcn"
tion because of supposed advanced '
How many men like to boast of the i
price they pay for cigars? i
How many women regard a litis-!
band's expenditures as extrava '
gances ? '
How many men like to say thej
take no stock in ancestral glory?
How many wrmen repeat the fool
ish utterances of men?
Seeking War Bases.
From St. Petersburg Novoe Vreniya
In time of war the powers that have
no coaling staions will find them
selves In a most difficult position '
uermauy. uiougn a continental now
er, has s.own even greater zeal than
Britain in acquiring such
Unfortunately, we have net
followed the examnle. Not with-
Single Station on thf w.iv from f I
Petersburg or Odessa to p"ort Arthur
What He Meant.
From the Philadelphia Record.
Roderick There gos Bender in c
llBflStlV StntP Ilf lllinvin-lf in-l tl
----- . ... .-... ... ,.,... .
thought he said he was going to keep
s sooer as a luilge? '
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tin iViueit. in ue am: mil nn
an Albert So he did; but lu
probably meant a Kentuckv judge
From tbe Cincinnati Enquirer.
Th name of Jem- Simpson
reappeared in the papers. Thero is
ao political significance in it. though
He is a grandfather, and has beor !
I j th society column.
"Four hundred and fifty.
..Vxbr i got a rattiln? good ae for
-yes. I've heard it "
An Attack cf Pneumonia Warded Off.
-Cnnn . j v v
a serexe cold. She complained of pains !
wwiut UUII7 (IsU u UUUtUlCi (.-21UnL
in her chest and had a bad cough. 1 '
pave her Chamberlain's Cough Rem
"fTM V 7 T '
of a co'd toward pneumonia. Sold by ,
-.n Mta aj w-c ztn
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krow that iz in him. and the other
is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
Wo admit having crowed often
and loud, but we have tho "spurs
to back up the krow."
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