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TCVKNtNO RULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II.. FRIDAY. OCT. 12, 190C.
K r2 l- .
MASONIC TEMPLE
vREKLY CALEKOAll
MIINIMY
Pacific Staled 7:30 p. m.
IIIINIIAV
WHDMJWIAV
VMUMMtlAV
Hon. Com. Regular 7:20 p m.
I'UIDAV
M A" 'Oil t V
Lei Aloha Chapter Regular
7:30 p. m.
All vlrltliiK members of the
order nro cordially Invited to nt
totul meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODOE, No. S, I. O. 0. F
Meets every Monday t renin at 7:30
In I O. O F. Han. Fort strict
V. It. III.MlKY Secretary
C. O HOI ll'l N. (1.
All vlnltlrg bro'luru very cordially
Invited.
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef P. i
Mrctt every Tuesday evening at
.'3ii o'clock In K. of P Hall. K'np '
a' rest. Visiting brother cordially Ir
vrf'-f. to nttrnti.
O.J. WHITniinAD. CO.
F. WALDRON, K.I1.0.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
brothers tordla'ly Invited,
General Buslnetj.
A. I) IIOND. 0. G.
a a. ki:nway. k.r s.
HONOLULU LODQL G1o, Q. P. O. C.
Honolulu LoiIko No. 16, H. P O H .
will meet In tUnlr hall, m Miller
ad Ileretatita strccU, emry Friday
evening.
Uy order of the n n.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
Secretary,
n. n. MURRAT, E.R
Wm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. 0, K.of P.
Meets ccry Saturday evening t
7:10 o'tloik In K. of P. Hall. Klnc
f.racL VUltlns lirntbers eordlall) In-vlU-i
to attend.
;.i. M JOHNSON. CC.
B. A. JACOIISON, KUrt
HONOLULU AERIE 149, F. O. C.
lieets on the 2nd und 4fi WUONi:?
DAY etenliiKD of each tuoiilh at 7 .10
leloek In K. of I'. Hall, KIiir ctrt-L
VIcltlDK IC'isiej are liivlted tr m
Und
RAM MeKHAfUK. W.P.
II T. MOOIir., W Hocy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. W.
Meotr ensry second and fwirth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. F
Hall
VIMtlng brothers cordially Incited to
tttend.
W r DRAKR, Sachem.
A. i: MURPHY, C. of 11.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Meets morv simnd nnd fouttli Wed
nrsdaj nfeaili tumuli nt Sin Antonio
Hall. VlKlllntr liiotlii-is cnrdhlly In
vited to .iticnd
T 1'. MeTIOHi: Pre.
H V TODD, Secy.
Colt Acetylene
Gas Generators
rforda
A Superior Light to alt others.
Aceytlens Gat It superior In quality,
and cheapnoc radiate lees heat, viti
ates the air icta jnd has no Injurious
effect an the eyes.
For .urther partl't'Urs Inquire it
the office.
Also Cale'um CarMde of all slies. In
drums and tmall caps, for Oin:rators
and Automobile Lamps nnd all nlzei
and grades of Gat Mantles and Gas
turners.
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFAP.LANE. Manager.
Telephone Main 14S. 143 Merchant Qt.
Delivery Wagons
Impress Customers
As to their neatnessor shahblness
Business men, you'll admit It Is
more profitable, If this Impression to
customers or prospective customers,
is one 0. neatness.
Why not, make that kind of an lm
prctslon with your delivery wagon?
Bring It to us and wo'll repair and
repaint It at a low charge so well, It
will do so.
Havaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Company,
7 QUEEN ST. TBL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 133.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
lilnnlc IiooIih (if all sorts, lodccru
etc., manufactured by tho Iliillctlu l'uli.
ItsliliiK Company.
Mi.Hn ntfr Frt.tnv nvnln St
i P. imil ,; ,trr. 'm ri. Mn I a .. nP lua,c" "PP.""""
Yv. V, i Vr v. .. "" "ol ceiect an up-to date pal.
tn of Myrtle Lo.Uc, No 2 Wm. Ic trrn f'rom our Ncw s, P rf P
vlnlfv Lodge. No. 8. and visiting ' , .,... , ,.,. ,
1 pMSMu&iU&SI r j
' I r S The Old DUimT; Z) DC
'SHI j U g
. , fc n 1 IT.
1 Tr" .. i '
Streaky,
Faded ob
Torn
If the pancr on your wall Is so af
fected It in sure to give your house
VC HAVE A
LARGE ABSORTMENT
I PLAIN AND TANCY PATTERNS.
Lewers & Cooke,
Limited,
177 S. KINO ST.
Tel. Main 108
p. o. nox 102.
oiii snd Bolser,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
Scwero, Qrndlno, Paving, Teaming,
Crushed Hock.
Dlu:k and White Sand and Soil
for Sale.
OFFICE AND YARD
.. SOUTH & KnWAIAHAO ST0.
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and comnlcte line of both
English and American manufacture
now In stock
Order, ncw and have a stylish, lon'g
weaiing, well-fitting suit mado to your
order from this handsome material.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
MERCHANT TAILORS.
62 King St.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
AT
Miss Power's
Millinery Parlors
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Clothing Neatness
can be obtained by telephoning
MAIN 117
and ordering your clothes pressed
by the
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
LADH-3' STYLISH
HATS
WHITE SALESLADY.
K. UYEDA
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
SO CENTS
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
O. FAR I A
PINE CUITS FROM $15 UP.
t made In up-to-date
:: style.
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8T.
Clothes Cleaned and Preoted by the
HONOLULU PENOVATIfia CO.,
J, J. Fern, fjanagtr,
Rlchar.lt, nrar Uueen fits. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
, ..... ..uwdu vvn i.nv new.
LOCAL !ND GENERAL j
More Is done with words than with
hands; and Bulletin Want-Ad. words ,
are the buclect words In the world
The Globe soils It cheaper,
Autoj for hire nt Ter. Stnbles.
Your Krorer elli Pol HreakfaM Food
The Library AssoUitlon will IiippI
tonight.
Htmy May & Co. nie giving frc
rnmplo iinil.itE.pq of Pol Ilrp.ikf.itl
Food. "
Neatly fvrnMici rooms nt Iho Pop i
tilnr. 31. SI r,0 nnd (2 per wok. 1213
Fort street.
Tho li.irltctit Itio ticiiPM ra'led from ,
llllo last .Saturday Sh will return
.ltli lumber.
'I he oinirf Hnwnlhns' Institute will'
mppt ni c A LniiK s oniic nt 7 3D
o'clock tnnlaht
TIip h'irl. Ociard C Tobov arrived
ycslrnlay iiiornlng, elKliteen ihs out
Itom Ban l'liuitla u,
Uahn LodKe. No 1. K. of 1'.. v. Ill
meet tonlitht nt 7::10 o'clock In K. of
P. llnll. KltiB atrpct.
Knntnann jnld tlip tuttal ?1 and roti
In Polko t'ouit today for Hip nmu-.e.
incut of settlne, drunk
Chance to buy hrp curtnlni at ttc
Mcndons birR.tlns till' week at A
lllotn'a. Model lllnck. Fort street.
Forty liicnibir wrre irePtir nt the
nicctliiR of tho Knuliiprrliii: Athoslr.
tlon lnat nlRlit. SccpicI new membiri
were cleclnl
Frank tii.iu n plain drutil;. who h
nil old nia.unlnl.'iurp of the jiollco ill
luutiiient, Rot ten dnyi ftiirn .IhiIep
Wliltuo this mrirnlnt
Tho llnwnllari Tribe No. 1. I. O. P..
M.. will hold Its it Kiil.it ineptlne to
tlcht VIsltliiK brothers nro cordlall
'nvlti'd to at I end
'I lip steamer Nlllinu, which nrrnel
)Pitriday mnrnlm; from llnwnli
brought "j head of tattle. There were
i (i p.iRfenfcprc nboaid.
Wall, II. I Inn Is now owned by Y. C.
Rendu. Accommodations, supplies
nnd nttPtiilanco abolutcly first dass.
l'liicHt Irithlnj; on the beach.
Cnllfniiili Roso Creamery Rultcr
l.nn no p(it.il In thin marl.Pt; new sup
1 1 mi tho Sonoma for Homy Alny &
Co Phniip Main 22.
'iheinrPK of Kiil.inl ami Un llhvna
hnl. plmipeil with ndiiltpry. wcie nolM
Iiio.ik.I. In Piilico ('null liiil.i), them be
luc no eUiIemi) to nun Id.
Mnn.iser ('. Ileileiniiiili of the Ilnno
lulu lion WniKi li tiirted to ntilie
In I lie Miiiniiiii fiuiii ilu malnl.uiil urii r
an nlix'nie of iiliniit a moulh.
The hlrlhil.i) of Motlii r Rico w.n
lonimpiiioi.ilPil at Oihu Coll-se l.iM
lilKhl liy iipiioiil'ito deioi.tlliiii of the
i IiiIiik hall innl n few rcmniKs by Prei-
illlllt (IlillllllN
Soiond AK-dilniit Fnslnirr Mntlluu
slil, of the limisiorl llufi.iil. Is nick mid
Uelni; lip.ileil In tho mhU'I'h IhmiiIIiiI.
IIIi (oihIIIIoii Is not rcx.udid iih kit
Ioii.i
A bollir kii.ro brol.p at the City
Mill pstprdii, llllliiK the pl.uo with
fleam ho tint m my hcllenil thai n
l.oilir li.nl pviilndi-il. 'Ihn d.imni;n u.r.i
iiilcl(l ri lulled
I'ditinllx or candid ites trprodureil
li: h ilftono on Blunt notice; uUo de-
l;iiliiK, ciihi.uIiik mid iirliilliic of nil
i' si illilloiiH. Paiuilhiu of tho PucllU,
U:itrley Illnik.
Crinco Mnrklinm, thn well l.nnuli
(.impilKii ni.iloi, Ii.ih immii.ii Id t'.hr
a scrim ut pollllcnl leoturi'rt fiuiii the
Loip box oil the iiiriiei' of KIliK anil
I'l'lliPl i-liret next wepl,.
Hi In luodiiild nro mnili) not only
to i onim m to but niliuilly omciiI tlic
li'ipiln mi iiIh of nil Slate and Nation
nl pule loud lawn. Your ciocer Ii.ik
all of .he fnmoim Ileliu ". Y.ille
llo-c"
UeuiPinbi'r a delicious dinner nt tlic
liopiil it prlip of one dollar la bencu
mery ptriiliiK on the rrcit Hcml-ilr-culur
lilial of tho Suaxldn Hotel. Rett
Milan fin' Hie iiiomy mid i ooIe.it plate
In town to dine.
W II. Knox, fnmlllatly kunnn ahont
loii as ' Coliiiii 1," was iuihhIpiI pi
tciday on the (Iiriku of lining llue.il
( iiIiir I niKti.iKe. on a wnirnut Kworn out
b) (ialiilil ll.iiuleu. Damlin uHokcj
tint Knox tliK iteiied to kill him If he
CIIIKllt III in In low II.
Thn cm.illil.ilPH of thn KrpuhlUmi
poity, wlio are touiluK tho Inland.
tol.c Inst nliilit nt Walkaiip, mid lo
iln at Kuban i und I'unnliiit. This nl
tnnoou they will Hfipiik nt llauiiln mid
this cpuIiik nt IjiIc.
Mia. .lohmiuo Sihtnilur wIhIiph to
c.pivsR her tlimilH to nil her fi lends
who xo kindly assisted her durliiK tho
Minimi und death of her lato husband,
Robert Si hinder, especially tho Rev.
Yi'nllu mul n (iimp.iuy of Ids foiiuer
(omiiulei fioui tho IioiUoIh,
Tlin lilil of tlm ilie-bliider impoiliil
l.j the Hoard of AKrlciilturo took pluco
this moruliiK at thn I'alain.i tho llcld.c
It wtm not it kiiko3 as tho Rioiiud wai
loo muddy. Another trial will bo had
when the mound Is mom ilij.
Oi.illK to till- Inleieiit that Is belli,;
liltPli liy n uiiinbi'i of tho i'lillirt In
inepaintoiy work for the KtucliTKiir
len c iitc-i litliiini nt. In bo kIm'U by MUk
.'.tut Ilu tho l.ivf of November, thn La
dips' Society of Cpntral Union chinch
will hold (bell fair nt tho leslilcmo of
F .1. I.owiey, on S.ituid.iy, Nou ruber
17th
A unrulier of well known nitihli lima
Inuo luomUcd to tako part lu tho no
Kinm niianued fin tho joint reception
or tho Y. M. C A. and tho Y. W. 0. A.
tonlciht in the Y. M. C. A. hull Atiioni;
tlu'Ki me; .MIsh White, Mih, Whltuo),
Dr Ramus nnd II. U Marx. Mbis 1'uty
will nihil take p.ut lu the piogrnm. All
Iho li lends of lha two nssocl.it Inns will
be v.ileomeil .it the icrpptlon.
A letter has been reielved finni Rpv.
i: C 0,'KPl. New IM1I7. N Y fiiniu"
Iv pastor of the llelhel chilli It, Hono
lulu, lu which In. willrs Mih OrriI is
In have e lull i;. of thn llau.illau hnotli
nt u fair to bu held In Nin ember. Any
inutilbiitloiri In tho liiim of llawuli.iu
iuiIih, oti , mil) lie left at Mr Thiuiii'o
book flora, or with .Mm. T (1, Tin inn,
or Mih Doieuum Krinliler 'I he box Is
lo he rent by ,S. S Alniiiiil.i of Oilober
-lib, an pli'.ise K'lnl In jour eoulilbii
tluns nu e.uly is possible
Do I Need
Glasses ?
i
' No, i uon't need 'em, '
'cause I can't read. If I ,
could read I'd get glastet
ture.. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford, '
BOSTON BLOCK. '
rjaiam
t&xt-r&StrM
'. .;?.. & S?-Ti .t ..Tr i-Ss.
riffJ'Ti
',ija 'iv-rafiij-
MONUMENTS, SAFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
m SE5
A milting of the 1'ioiuo Ion Connnlt
tee was lipid .it tin' lie uhpiarlers of me
committee nt :!."!) jpsteid.n nfU'inoon
-Mr. .MiC.inilless pleaded I he mln
i.tes of th pro Inns milling ' n.nl
by Ailing Kecritarj F. I WiIiIhui nnd
ItlHii lived. Thoso lile'cnl at I lie uuel-
Ing weic Messrs. Mct'aiiilless, .Miug.in,
allium ami Smith.
In nfereiKe to thn maltrrof v.n.oiis
luemhers l-ikiig turmi lu dolnj; I lie
work of S-'eticlmy Wnnd iluilng his
iilici'liio. Mr MiC.'iuillis te oiled that
lie I. id beii;i nl tlln iiiuiuh four d.iR out
of Ilu xlx iluilng the rrl,.
'I lie MiggeHllmi of Mr Wood iegn(d
illg the e( ll.uilji of (OlliM.oud.'li(e he
Iwipii I lie IciiliMR mid pupils of tho
Honolulu si huol nnd llm'e of the
linlnlniid was ilbmsKed Informally
tlr Wood wae leseut, but iih thn iiiiu
mlllee wilt not it. uly lo net on tlm ui.il
li r, If dlil mil ri main. Ilu was ii-ipicst-(d
In be pirxen' nt Iho next meeting of
the I'liimoiloll Committee.
Mi .Moiriau l.ilnl that he had made
applleatlou in tlip slilppeiH' wluif mm
iiilllee foi $:wlii No replj h id p! Iic n
li elMil lu all ho Mild, flaiiili would
be leipilied
UpisiiiIIiir iMiendllurp.s, Mr. Wnl
dioii slate 1 ih u thn I'lomollon Cpm
uiltten Is In helgter shape now than
ecr hi fore
Them was no particular business lo
come hi fine the Ctimmlltcp, mi, aflet
miiiih genual dlseusslon, the nipeting
iidjoutiieil, Mr .Morgan will lie nclliig
seeulaij for the ensuing week.
SHERIDAN'S VOYAGE
(Continued from Page 1)
not equipped with a towing mnclilne
In tow ii chm I of the sl7o of thn Hhei
IiIiiii, esppi Lilly In any kind of n pp.i
tho lowing vewil should ip able to til.n
tlm tow line prell) well foiwnrd. Olll
rrwIhiisliH will not h.io itcer.igii mini
"Wlial Is leallj needed Is a powei
fill ship like, the. Hosect.nis. wlilt.lt Is
equipped with n special towing machine
mid wlili li Is much henltr than thu
Hlociiin.
"Tho llnforil Is not better off In tills
rcsput than tun tug .Slocuiu. tiho Is
big enough ami heavy enough, but nl.e
Ih not cquinpeil for towing. Willi Hie
tow lino fiiKtcunt wliern It would have
to lm on Iter. Mio would not be vcty
htrpiablp. Kite might get lilting nil
light lu n smooth sen, bill In Hit) event
of bad weilher, sho would be iinninn
iigeiible."
Aboiinl tho Shtildiin nothing in pir
llrtil.tr is being dono In thn way of ip.
ji.'iIik. pending tlm tonduslou of Iho ex
amination nou being mtiilo by tho div
er. Tho lidler Is going over the. ves
sel's bottom t ruefully, foot by foot,
chnrtlng the lujuilu which he llndi..
Boinu wink has been dono toward
cleaning up, but not much can he done
nt picstnt. C.it.iln ptnbody kiiyi. thin
he expects lo bo In icadlnron to pio
icetl to the Coal In nbout (en dujs.
Tlin .Shot Id. m will piubably go on
thn tli y dock at Maio Uhntl when she
leaches tho Coast. Tho diy dot k tlieio
h plenty laign enough to iicrtiinniodute
.1 vessel of hei h. Tho Ijr.ih wus
clocked tliein Emtio time ago, mid Ihc
Logan l.s about tho name i.lo lis tho
Bherldnn Tho Hansport could nlxo go
on tho ohl ill y dock at Iluutei'ii Point,
in. It Is laign enough for her,
lu vlow of tho nicliknt to thn Hhetl
thin It Is leg mil d an uufnUiiimtn that
tho (ifiiPiuiiieul disport d of Ihn limiii
I )i t tli.iut, '1 hi' hitler vcshi'l Is now
being used ns a ill ulcer un tho Coliini
A History
OF
All Nations
IN TWENTY-rOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In H.nvard University.
Embracing:
'ANTIOUITYJ THE MIDDLE AGEOJ
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Paymento At
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
(Upstairs)
.! 'ASM LI
Ida ilier by a private concern.
Ab niHiri ns the Anegawa, which Is
PMiprtPtl In to lay or tomorrow, paP3
Hip Hbcrldaii will hr nhlriril to tho long
slip nt the navy ulnrf.
'Iho tinnspoit llufnid Is being
t leaned ii;) mid put into condition lor
her trip lo the Coast ns iiinviiy lo the
Sheridan, Her men wpip prplly well
tired out by I lie libms in getting tii
Idiirldnii on I lie leil, mid tho rr3t
whlcli tluj have bad proved lo be -i
wi home one to them.
WEATHER REPORT.
II. H. Wetitber Ilurcatl,
Local Office.
Octobpr 12.
Tcmperaliirer f! a. lit , "7; S n. m ,
SI; in it. in., S2; noon, SI; morning min
imum, 7C.
Iliiomtter, S a ni . .1001; nhmilute
humldllv, s n. in, 7.S'.U grains per
cubic root; relative humidity, h a. m.,
70 per iinl; dew point, S u. in., 70.
Wind l, ii. in., vitoi'lly .", dliectloii
N. Ii. S a. iu velocity it, direction N
I : In n in, velocity 10, tliiectlon V. ;
l.ooll, veloclly IJ, iliicrtlcm I
It ilnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m., no Int li
Total wind movement during 21
lioui ended it noun. It.!i miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. United Stated
Weather llurcau.
Saleswomen's Peril
6RAVE DISEASES, DUE TO STANDING
Faots About Miss Merkley's Dingeroui
Illness and Complete Cure
nave you over thought why so many
women or girls ruther walk on hour
than stand httll fur ten minutes?
It Is becauso most women suffer from
somo clerungcnient of their delicate
organism, the discomfort of which Is
less trying when they uro In motion
innii win's Miiiitinig.
In some stiitcs law h compel employers
to provide) resting places for their fe- .
maio cinplo.v ecs.
Hut mi amount of Invv can regulate I
tho liurd tasks of tbcMi women. Thev
must get tho Mrcngth which this work I
itcinuniis or run the risk or serious
dlscnscs und tin! surgeon's knife.
Rend tho experli nee of JIlss Murgret
Merlcloy, 275 3d Street, Milwaukee,
Wls.i
DwirMrs. I'lnklianr
"tlrudtiul loss ot strength, nervoiinnens,
Issirlngslou u pains nnd extreme lrriuitln .
conifullcil mo to ms-1. mnllcnl advice, 'the
dm tor wild I bail iIImiimsI organs and ulcer
ntloii, and advised un oierntiunlf I wanted
to get well. I ohlis-tisl to Hits nnd disl.lwl
tnglvoI.ytllaK. nnkbam'a Vegstabla Com- I
pound n trial. Isonu found tliutiillthogoinl
llilngs Kilit'nlinut this grtnt inedleinn were .
true. Ibnulmiitknwxiii beslisl, tuukmlie, I
beailnclm mid nt n otihtiis dlaspiieart'd, and i
In n klitirt time I vvns strong, vlgnrous and '
ptrfcetly well, I wWi en-ry working girl
wuu nuiu'ra ivnuni iry i,ytna li. I'liuuami
Vegctnblo Couihiuiii1."
Ljdlii E. Plnkliiim'H Vegotnlilo Com
pound Is u vegptablei tonic which Invig
orates and strengthens thu entlru fo
initio organlsiu, and will pioduce tho
Minti lieiiellelnl results In thu cases of
other sick women us with Miss Merkley.
' .T -Jfa'
XAfittAfarrotAfertdley (
i m
EDITORIAL UTTERANCE ON
AMERICAN INTERVENTION
CUBAN PAPER PAINTS MOST DIO-
TRE3SING PICTURE OF WHAT
WOULD HAPPEN TO THE
CUBAN8 THEN
The ptosppit of American atiuex.i
Hon, co attr.ietlte to Cubans with nug
nr to sell, In not iiulvPifnlly welcomed
liy the pcoplu of the Inland republic.
"I.i Dhcuslou" or lliuana paluta thlti
dlstte&sliic; plctutp en It in lit Irsiip or
bcplumbcr 1, as translated by the II, i
ana "Tclegrnph";
"Do Cubans undprrt.ind what Anicr
lean Intervention incniin. Hint inter
untloti which those now In nrma hip
asking, nnd which, men It thpy nek it
not, would bo tho logical curaeiiipiice
of the Incredible spvctatlc wblih wp
are now orferlng to the world?
What independence and a republic
HOW
CUBAN
: iiuii .i ifiiiiiiiiL
lapitai, ana a iMzziing rntiire. Cubans
have been the director mid the kuv
crnorn or all this, the admlnlslrnlorn
or Justice, and the owners. Our coun
try has been a great nation, with clei
tluns, good or III, with nil inp.ible ot
cteudlly Inipiovlnr; mid apptunehltii;
perfection. It bar, been Cubt for the
Cubans, with honor, prollt, dititiily, and
prldo of con n tr) our Ideal ttuiisforiurd
into a Hplcndor or reality,
"And thu Inter union;' what would
It bef AH. blind. Indeed, must be he
who does not see,
"In the first place It would menu n
permanent occupation, u leillllidtlon
or what some Aint-i It ans tall the evil
hour In which 'the joint resolution
was approved, which u fjulxotle sense
or honor compelled ll.eni to rullll.
"OurcouutrVsKlnrlfH. Ideals, heroes.
mnrtvrs, blood, mid tears who, tlicn
would talk of these? The ex If tern it ut
a permanent intervention would wipe
I hem nil nut ns with n sponge. Ignom
iny nought after liberty had been
rrfl I llfxl imilit lii-ilft nu -rtittlirlil Iti .lit I. nl
lihlo our rates, mul those among w.
who nro blumclcM would be ashamed
ate we have all seen. They Imio iiPanl J ",,.'.. ,7., .. ," aJ,lJ.u''ua"
prosperity, wealth. nduiico In cult.ito ' c"f ," J , ' lta' B fo,r J ,e s"'1tcs.on
und clv.llzat.oii. the cmlnS of forel,,., ' , " " ' ,?"' ' J !?, , ., ' I,
nun or their team beroio the gr.tvo or 's ruining nil ol tho plantations; threo
our untie nation, and the faulu wlilc.li "'K'''1 "''" fjoen blotted out and sev
uio pushing It to the iibyss. ''ml eliiiiihes have been ruined, and
'"I lie mere thought or liitcnciillou '' I"IIp aro tleclng to Upolu and
freezes Hie blood lu our veins. What nfolll('' places."
ileutbly stlenev! What cternul roirow! I Mr. I'm Its showed plctuies of tho
What di ep sliamel Fnlleti. becatmi) In-1 volemilc mountain which has been
capable, again Into foielgn servitude! I Inrmcd hut sats even since thoso pic
The country wlitrh goo.l foitune plaud tres were taken Hip walls of the cono
lu tho happiest ami most billllaut utlat' hiol.en down toimldeiably. One
situations, with '1 urn h.ipp)!' for her picture showed the lava pouring Into
device und emblem, again upon uer , tin- set fiom Hip tunnel and great
knots, her fain In the mire and roi- .ilouds or t-pray and steatn wero ascend-
ever. What u hltleous piiMpeit! What
it leaden weight nnd nomine tombstone
upon tho hemts or Cubans! And what
u leaping lor Joy mul a clapping ot
hands among the unquiet Yankees til
thu Isle, or Pliiesl
'"lo true national sentiment, tn the
Cuban ion I mul spirit, permanent inlet
lenlloii I; woac than tlesth llscir; It
would bf littler that the writers of Hid
Caribbean Kea should Hvvallow Ihn
Pearl which Is their pildn than (bat
Ibis should becuuip their stain and
Ihelr lepio.Kh. For people, as lor men,
inllnltely better Is It to din than to live
contemned.
"Ami In Hid material order, what
would Intervention niimi? Tor the up
gioi's. perscciillou ami extirmlnaliiiu;
fur thn whiles, servitude, not merely
political, but personal servitude.
"With whlto gloves on their hands,
Iho Americans enmo when II rat they
Intervened; but, neverthelci.n, Ihuy
made tbcmr.elvi'S sulllcltull) felt to
let this countiy know what It may e.
peet. Wlint would lie Ihelr tinning
now, then, when, Instead of orferlng
us tho white gloved hand, they would
rive us the) point of the boo:?
"Well muy tlin colored inco tiemblo
beforo tho prospect of permanent
American Intel vent Ion. The Ameri
cans hoto ami despise the negro, their
tvvn negro, tho Anicilcmi negio; two
bundled caie--.if living rdde liy Hdo
ami In liberty havo not rulllccd lo
liraw thu races together, nor even
lo prevent thn colored man from lie
ins treatPd llko a dog, whom they
lynch and look upon not even as a
human being. And this Is tho negro
of their own country, their own lan
guage, and their own customs; what,
then, would ho their treatment or tho
poor Cuban negro? All, whtu wo
think ol our fraternal treatment or thu
rolored race, of how wo esteem (hem
and they serve us and ltno us, and
nu on an equality with us In all
plnces, oven lu the cot potations nnd
lu tho halls of legislation, wo feci a
horror to think whnt would bo tho
into of tho nnblo Cuban colored race
lu tho hands or Kb formidable ami lm
placable American enemies!
"And tho whites? In the placo or
our gallant Cuban ritinl guard, tho
heavy tread of thu blue uniformed pa
ttnl; In plnro or our amiable torn,
miles In tlm public olllees, tho classic
.ype rcpicsentcd by Mr. Illlss in the
Customhouse, without thn coiiitesy to
aMc any one! to bo seated, nnd oblig
ing all to speak In Kngllsh; In place
of our pollto mul dignified Judges, thu
'ten dollars or ten dajs' of Mister
Pitcher.
Annexation Suggests Suicide to
the Editor or "La Dlscutlon"
"Lands, buslneis, offlclnl Influence,
and tepreseiitatlon. nil for thorn!
".Strangers In our own land, wo
would louk upon our glorious siuf and
Its rays would be palo to our eyes.
Our balmy Ihoczi'h would burn our
cheek, Our rlvcis would seem In
tempt us to a peaceful tomb.
Tho I
murmur or our seas would bocmu
in
i all us tn Hoe tho niloied land
wlili li wo were bom.
in
Reside us would pass with Jlng-
ling spins and beerv leer tho Amerl -
.............. ,..., . .,.., Ul.,i uiunniK
ni to hlinseir, oven tho Bullies iind
glances of our adoiable virgins.
Ami Is It ror thin Hint Cubans mo
lighting nc.ilnst Cubans?
"Tlio survlvoiH or our lietolo and
holy struggles for Independence rend
ing nun niiollier mul opening thn way
lor tho entrance or Finns, (leimaiiH,
OBSERVE FREAKS OF
E
HAVEN
Astronomersand Volcano
Investigators Were
On Ventura
PARKS VISITED SCENE
OF VOLCANIC OUTBREAK
FREDERICK ESTABLISHED NEW
ASTRONOMICAL OBSCItVATO-
RY8AVAII SAVAII LAVA
MAKING LAND
C. J. Tarks. who Is connected with Hi
...... , . . . . .. .. i.
Atiiprlcnus who luive visited the vol
imio on tho Island of S.ixll in the Ha-
moan itioiip, which ban recently been
causing io much dlsturbaucc, mid when
hcpti yesterday by a llullelln reporter
khoncd many Inlereitlni; plctpio,
which he has taken of the volc.mo'n
I'mid
the surroiindliiL, country.
"TIip Volcano formed In a valley be
tween two hills." until Mr. Parks, "unit
'has gradually Increased lu height till
' l '" !! nutlio hills, about 7t)0 f..et,
'" "' .P,A"'' .p '" .7,r.f.et., i"
l.ns Iiitii formed and through this thera
in n small discharge or lava Into the
sea, n dlMiiuco of nine miles, and then
Is n small discharge all of tho time nt
the top or thu crnlor. 'Die crater Is
, "' ' " ' " " acrois i was at
MJe ,.p ""ll VokrU.J " lMl '"? "a
I 'r.m,.u R.aw ',e ,,olllK . l""
iiprrciy hot there and Hie gasses art
nueh that one cannot remain there more
than a few moments. 'Hip wind theto
It. strong and my hat blew over Into
Iho crater as I looked over. The lava
In tilling, lu the rea and last making
I """"" '"' """'.
i i'Iiuiieo In Hip wilier Hup.
and gteat
I he volcano
lug. Ho Mm the gasses and fumes
are so pobonoiiH that ull vegetation Is
mined in the vlilnlly, even when Iho
lava Itself does not over Mow.
When making thn trip Mr. Parka was
urcompjiilpil by Dr. Fauiiieleroy, a
Navy surgeon. Captain Allen, a PrltlJh
ipsldent or IMgu Pago accompanying
them as guide. 'I he ravaccs or the vol
cano art tnntliipil to (ii-riii.'in Samoa.
Aim reluming to Washlneton via the
Ventura Is 0. W. Fiedeilck. assistant
astionomir lor thn government, who
has rpent Hip pait two jearn In TutiiiU
istubll-.hlng a branch or the eovern
incut olipervatoiy. He said: "At Apia
observatory the Hermans caught the
lecords of the Valparaiso earthquake
on Hid seismograph und tor tome time
It was feared that this wus a second
mul more tenlbln iihoclcat San Frun
flsio. On .September j a s ore Ku.
rlomnhixk was it'Elulered and It would
Hpem to luvo bei'ii comevv here south of
New Zealand ami It Is supposed that
It was n Kiibmailuc disturbance as no
lepoits of u shock on land were re
ceived We have had seveial earth
quake shocks on the Islands since tho
Kan Francisco disaster but we did nut
feel any elfects of thai."
Members of thn party ray that It Is
very cloudy wliein thn observatory has
been established und that most ot the
time It will be Impossible to make as
tronomical observations, one count hav
ing shown but five clear evenings lu a
month. They say, however, that when
It Is i tear It Is inarvclotnily so and that
good obseivatlniis ought to be mado at
those rare limns. Tho work U complet
ed now anil Mr. Fiedcrlt Ic, accompanied
by his wife and tvvn children, has taken
his Dual leave or tho Ha moan Is
lands. B.F.
The following line-up ban been ar
ranged by thn li. F, Killers baseball
Ham: Frnest Knos, c; Carl II. Nleper,
p.; Albeit Lean, 2b.; R. M. Cheatem,
Hi.; James p. Stewart, lib.; Manuel
Philips, ss,; Bnniuel I J. Ripley, rr.;
Charley Klngfoug, If,; James Alemeda,
cf,; Joo (lonsalvcs, Wllllo 'II in Kee,
Homy Knvonukl, John Hums, subs.
Fin Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin.
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Americans, and tlm Spaniards, who
shall como to enjoy tho fecundity and
richness of our hull, the freshness of
our nlr, tho mifrmur of our rivers, thu
sweetness of our pulo moonlit nlghtu,
tho eaiesres of our seas, und cveti thu
love of our women,
"Cun the ncgioPH wish themselves
to bring tho knlro to cut their throats?
"Thu whiles, arei not I hey like thu
fiogs asking ror a master and a hard
tnoster, who will stay forevci?
"Thin reiiubllp. so il.li w. vn..ii.r..i
m bcuullful, so envlej by nil, Is It to
up ease mil ami nellveied to thn Yan-
i.Li-, iiieieiy iiecmisn t lections
wero
cairitit out welt or III?
"Aio there nut to bo after all mor
Plee thins, mid are there) not other
nieniiH in mono iiieso elect Ions be art
they should than I lie t,l,i.. nt H.
y should than tho nlaelny nr mir
neck under the hei'l or Uncle Sam?
"This war can liuvo but ono end:
Intervention! Cubans! look the truth
htialglit lu tho face) and realize Its
borroi! Thiow down nil your weap
ons mid tlrisp your protecting arms
around joung Cuba!"
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