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I Evening Bulletin From San Francisco: Wlllicliuliin September fi For San Francisco: China September U From Vancouver: Zcalandla ...... .September 1G For Vnneouver: Mamma September 13 Scliooltime Is here again, nnd Ihc children need scratch paper of con venient size for school work. Oct them a nickel tablet from the Bul letin office. 3:30 EDlTiON Readers Respond to straightforward advertising ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 4713. 10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. 10 PAOES. MICE 5 CENTS. STUFFED ROLL V mm OHT "J ft Si ft 'ft 'P HUNDREDS This David Killed His Man . COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Sept. 2. One of the most unique train hold-ups occurred near here today, in which an engineer conquered with n stone n bandit who single handed, hnd held up a train. The bandit, entirely unaided, held up the train nnd was prcmring to take the proceed from his rich prize when he was killed by a stone thrown by the engineer of the locomotive. The train proceeded bearing- the body of the robber to the next station. OUR MARINES WITHDRAWN WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 2. The American marines who Iirvc been stationed at Blucftclds, to pro t(v1 property, have been withdrawn This is 'assumed to mean that the Government considers the interests of this country safe in the hands of the new Niracaguan government, PAULDINGS GREAT RECORD BATH, Me., Sept. 2. The torpedo boat destroyer Fauldinc has been cunplclcd by the Bath Iron Works. The destroyer, sent on. a builders' tr'al tcday, made th rty-four nnd fo'ir-fifths knots, and rruuntdincd the sr:cd for four hours. m ow m - SUGAR CAN FRANCISCO, Sept, 2. Rfcts: 08 analysis, 13s.; parity, 4 70c. Previous quotation, 133. 3 i-sa. MinUEAQUfTS HOME UULEIIS Signs Roll of Democrats; Will Run For Of, ice David M. KupilK'n, icrio'nry of the rxi'cuttvu rnuiliillteu of tho Homo Utile party In now full plo'g-tl mem ber "f !" Flannel alle piirlj. Ilo In mi IniiKur ooiisiccled nr nlllllJtii'l with Hit) Itomo Itn'c party, which elected ' III iti In (In l.glal'ituio ii low yoais UK". Iluplhca. .for loaMns liu.t known t(i hlniK'lf, ih-M'ileil Ills inrtj lust ninutli. Hu t licit wdiititnilly piusonled himself Hi llin secretary nl (Ii Homo rniM'i early ti ml idgiicl llio mil, which cntltliiil Ii tin (ii full prlvllugo of tho Vmty, It In ICIIKII It'll lli.it ho 'lll llO tl'lllll nuit'il mi ii camlldiita fur tlio lltiusu tif liopitjpcnttijlvoit mi th) Doliiocrnirt; ticket, 'llio llmiio Holers nr willing lot- It I'llHIIIO In ilul9-.it llllll at llm K'lloll ulii'llMl Hlll.K.l. If.,,.. Ill . .lllUlfll llllll lilt, llllll inuji'i ', ,i ".ini . "' ...'. .,,- ti'lf'fnr IihvIiik won another vmor fur Ms ii.iily. i w ' ' Tills HfH'I'liiKm at ii n'vloik u Imikii iiml t Ik mil tlt'il In ii knot liilsilii llm piHUtilllio, in .Mini'liiilit lllfol, 'I'lin illlvai tin I Iiml III" lltiru lit h wliwl iiml, Hit' huim mm' I UK uiii llBhli'liwI inn iihIii mi Hie mil Ttju tlltM'l llHHll wim hfhiIii- Hr iwMftJ immimj mi im mu iw uwiriy lnii, Th kwm II Mill wy J um IM vm TEN YEARS SHOWS Governor Frear's Report Tells lany Facts SURPLUS OF 5700,000 NOW ON HAND There wiu bunt to the United States Trcnuur during the Inst (Il eal jour the' Hum (it $1.8X2, Ilia. SO, will. Ii was inllcctcd at the custom limine, liy Itituriuil reventio and fiuin the poxiufllio during the twcJyo nullum. The Eitnt la inoro than enough to pay nil I'cderal goioriinicnt expenses heiu and liuptovcinontB which mo being liinilc. (lovcrnor l'rcar hat) llnlrliptt his ipport and will forward It to Wusli liigltin tomorrow to thai It will bo mi IiiiihI liy September lfi, llio re iiulred (lute fur Its arrival there IntercbtUiK IlKtnea nre rIcii to eliiiw tliu crowtli of tho Territory slnco annexation, and more especial ly slnco Territorial got eminent was established ten ycnr ago. At tho tlmo Territorial Kovcrn, inriit was cBtiilillshcd tliaro wu on hand In tho treasury a Biirplua nl $700, noil, hut during tho lirst five j earn this BiirpliiR dwindled to until lug, nnd a deficit grew niiiiitiutltig tn almut tlm F.inie ainoiiiit. Dnrlns Hit' pact tho ears, how ever, th Ik deficit Iiiih hcen wiped nut nnd a mirpliiK In now on hand aniiiittitlng lo piactl'ally tho hiiiii tin hand at tho catalillidinient of guv' (Mlinicijt leu jcalH ago, $7011.(11111, In tnu caiM the linpoitr. mid ex ports of the Trnltory show mi In tcrestlng growth. Tor Inrt.itii'p, iliirliig tho Itret car of Torrltorlal governniciit Ihcy ainoiinled to lHO.SS.T.Ki;, In round iiiiinheri), mid last yoar tho total waK $Tl.ns-l.iir!i. mi IncrcHBo of pracU rally two mid one-thin! times tho itinciint of the Unit car. Tnlilug tho two Items K'p.tratoly, the exports have not quite donhlcil, v.'hllo tlio fciiKd'ta liavo hrrniKil iiinnr tliiies. Tim first je.ir of the total or S30.S80. I7fi cxportu alonu (Continued on Face 2) hveSsm Unsavory Case Ends When Prisoner Pleads Guilty This luoi nlng at tho pollen court, I'ramlron Olhcila mi aged man, wjs given Iho toparato and dhtiuet i.en tt'iicos of on )o:ir each. Tho licensed Iiml plritd'-'d guilty to lowl conduct In connection with Homo I'ortunucsu glilK Tho holo raso wiih (llHgullir-i, Hiid llio t'liiidiirl of tliu gills was no hotter than Ihc mini's Tho louila lions In mini lliui with this rnun inn appallng, unit It would hhiiii Hi lie hlitl llinu Hint miiiio liiliudouiii) work Is ilouo with iokuhIu in llm young itlrW wliii mo glowing up u a certain 'hit linn of the Hit. .IiiiIho AihIiuiIu. llsttmuii hi tiu facu of Iho cam as lohileil liy une of the Mlitu nlior iho old man Iiml pleiuiiii vulll). and t lii'il lIuiiowI DIIiihiii iu iMfrun inliilnil II lh hi In m hu idd iiKwiliir and i im-iVk! Iluiti It) pi'liW) fin Miti'iuplml uuirdi'r Mm lfWWl Util n'liniuc U h'ikmiImiI jmuUmI Mm ihl i UH lll ll WlllMMl Id i4iiIi u i HONOR QUEEN LILIUOKALANI Manoa Insurgents Up More OPEN LETTER HITS HARD-READY Tho lolir Hint ii rmiccrtcil effort will Lo mado at tlio prhnarles In the Mano.i pirelnet tomorrow to uso "re peat -in" in the IntclcHtH of tlio An-(Irows-llurfandcaii kIuIo has ichii'.IciI In thoroiigli precaution being tal.cn to guard the tiilrnccH of tho election and itppichcnd those who may ho the tools of i en tins iletililng to mold u fair leet ut the lolls -of tho Insurgent movement ngnitiitt Androws-lliilTii:i-deaii domination. ' A thorough orgaiilratloii to protect tho polls Is hclng perfected mid will be In full operation tomorrow with piompt mid elfiellvu treatment for tliu "ren'iitrrs" If they luno tho hardihood (o appear. Tho unprecedented Incre.ifo In Miling Mtriiglh in Indicated by tlio too copy of tho roll dually wrung from Andieun mid IturTniurcnii by (ho In- Sltl'gllllH, pilHllKCll huiuediliig of. it seiiKiitloii mid the dociiiiieiit Is now rcii'lylug ii Ihoroiigh examination by tho lustitgents. The Increase In otcrii licyoud tho noiiiml udwineo that Is iieco.ti.ted for liir 1 1n lilLiM-imtilii ini.lii.lnii iilln.. it nil. by tho liibiirgenls, Includes nltnoit en llrely Ihc names of l'orlgiK'Hti cltlrcnH. In low of this Inct men Having it llionmgli aciunlnfiiucn with the legal I'oi tugticuo vole of tho ptetlhet will bo on hand at tho polls tomorrow, iliuilllled to pre en t at onto any ef fort to mako list) of llm repeating sya telu id crooked politics. Despllo the direct lecouiineiidntluii of tliu Itcpuldlc.in County t'ommltt'-e that tliu polling phttn of llio Manna precinct primary be the polling booth iihcd for tho pleblsclln and utlll slnnd lug a( tlio corner of Wilder mid I'uu.i liou, Andrews mid lliilTandemi, as president and ueeretary of the club, haxo deeieetl that the polling place, he In Iho Chlnere nlore at I'.iwau Line ui'l lVrel.itil.i street, This U u better i.fttiig lor the op"ratlon of ieieatcrn tlimi Is Hid open polling booth on Wil der iiii'iit'n. lVrmlu'loti lo U30 the poll In,-, booth on Wilder mid I'uuahoii rtteets was M'ciircil float Keeielary of Iho Ter ritory Mott-Hiiillh, llio rccommenil.i t loll wits mado by tlm County Commit ted bet AndrtUH hut riTitbcd to glvo up the Chliictn iitoro, mi environment nun i" hulled to bis plan of op'rntlnm "Nothing I j going to bo left undone lo ushiiro Iho fairness of Iho election loniiiirow," declined it member of the Mano.i insurgents Ibis morning. "Wo feel lully 'justllled, by tho (ourto of past vvetits, to lake tho utmost pro caulloiiH Tho condition of tho pin- finct roll us Html I y given to ii.i by lltiffandeau iu nothing lct,s than ro niarlcalde. In brief, It looks crooked mid wo mo going to proceed on that basis. "Wo havo been met at every turn by Iho most contemptible and mean political methods and we cannot but tnko tho vlow Unit wo aro lighting men who will hesitate at nothing In that line to achleo their ends. "Whajt wo want now Is u fair prim ary election In (ho Manoa precinct. It Jk going to bo hard lo get but wo huo worked hard to t,ccuro tho ropregeu tntloii that wo aro entitled to. Wo mo lontldunt that Ihu outcouin will proxo that tho pcopio will not toler uto tho routi'liiptlblo InellioilK that wo liiuo been culled upon to (oliib.tt. A boycott of American gnod.i and iiiert'hauls mi similar lines to tho olii. which hoM-ial )enrs ago caiikcil mil lions of doll. ii h' ihimago lo Aiimrle.in trade III China, Iiiih been pio'clallucd at C.inlon Iu ri'wpnuse tn iiiiiiplalulH of llm trcatniL-iit of Cliliinsit In Aluer- '' IMII i i irk I j- II ii 1 1 el ii r p.r )llir, Aiinitii, AlfummlfT Yaiiiik )(ttl Jyiiiliy $mbs Crooked "Vlrliuit nmt milrtit'' Is (lie mi) t lie .Mi a liiiiirgi'iilx rlmmclrrlzr the all.nl.i of (lie AtlirrlNrr, xiiniicr for Andrrns and IIiiiYiiiiiIiiiii, In the 1'iiiiri.r of a ulrnni; eien li ((cr In Hie 1 nlcrs of (lie Third Precinct of Hip rimrlh PNIrlcl In wlilcli (In- light against Amlrrnt mid lilt lieutenant U lit lug wngtil. The full text of Hie letltr, xlioulng Hit- rnioki-d liiitliods up nit nlilrh the liisiirgenls hate titclnrt'il nr, It an fullouxi Votlno Hours: Z p. m. until 7 p. Seitembcr 3rd. TO Till: VOTKItH OP TIIK Tlllltl) I'KI U.NTT. lvOl!ltTII DISTIIKT tU'tilleincii: Knr s' luu lime pasl. and lintjbly within the runt two )e:irs, It has beciuuff appaient to iiuny of us (hat our PiCclnet Is being iihciI by political HcheniciH as u gniinnl tloui which lo I ecru 1 1 Its allotted niinibrr or ilclo.ite.i In tho coin en thai, thei.0 dtlegales being iiiiiuliultil, Miipinitcii nnd rlectcd on the tinder- Etaiidlng (hat tb'ev Mill iote In .m. M'Ullnii for iiti-li itiinliiii'B us may hu ngiceahl" lo Hk; plans of the "loss" for cimiiot or n'Ccouiity npd tcrrlto I I'll i'leellu (ijilc'vit. Vo nro ,1 community repioseutliig ! Isrgo tdiatc if property In Honolulu; oil) tnpulatlon h iironoillonatelv .,IKu: tt0 ,,Iy ,,, ,,,,, , ' ' the taxes, lint 0 haio never had loprcsi'iilallou fioiu our prcclurt In ativ giiii'rumtnt ndiiiinlstr.illoii; wo will ii' wr get It until ni demand It nnd Kilo for It In M.ino.i theiu Is needed, iiigenll). new loads and CONGRATULATIONS POUR IN ON THE QUEEN, V!!0 CROSSES THREE SCORE AND TWELVE Her Majesty Receives and Greets the Many Callers V.'llh Iho Using of Iho nin this iiioiiilng Her Majesty Quern l.llluoka lanl KMinilcd out threo reoru and twello, mid Is today the leeipieiit ot many t'ougiiitul.iilons. l'iotiiiily at 11 oVIork this morn ing. Her Majesty, tliu Queen, held it icceptlou In Wnihlngloii Place. I.'iug lieforo Unit tlmu, tho llawalliiii baud, under Iho leadership of Captain lleigi-r, bercmnli'd Iho, Qii'cii with several selections, w'lileh wae 'her own compositions. Healed In u comfortable rny.il chair and siirroiinibd by stately looking ka hills, tho lojal emblems, with beau llllll roses, nltractlwly urrallgud anil placed on Ihu kna table,!, Her Majesty, itcehcil the gic sts, u"a Ihoy nrrlted iiml wen- picscntt'd (o ber by (Jul Cintla Pleliti luiikxi. the inhale see letary, and Ilo chief tuber ot (he day. As HtiMtal hh" was iiiobI emu tonus In leeching the gnosis. Winds of Pin I no mill congratulations were gen t'y whlhpeic-d Into the cm h of Iho ()ii'on, ii tlio kui'mh gi eel oil her. Print u Kalmilaii.iolo. Delegntu to Cougreiw, nnd Pilnctnm KhI.iiiIiiii inlo his ch.inillim wife assisted Iho Queen III leeching Klandliig hctilud tip (Jiicen weiii MiMsrs Iviiuohl and Mac fin I, Hie, liohllia kiuull t oyii I kiiltllls, Tliolr slioiildiii'H v.i'iii IlkitHUfi eouudl with nhuiihu which ant ikihI Iu myal lecoplloim 0'iliig t the hi!! hour or i. ilay. tlio kai'iilii vei inliicllMll) id Ihu Hiiiillm , ick M nit pii'Wllieilt miiiI nle llli'ludiuil Ihi lM Hi lh clh e uf kt I'HMHd HlMlt XI W' Kr iliue lo illl'Hil illtlr mHWivtUiUlliiM oi lll'r M'l)ly Tit IIwUmi t'i lull i mm Show Methods FOR REPEATERS m.streots, belter stieet lighting, water that Is not xllo with dirt mid vegeta tion, tiro prnti cVn, and tho llko. What aro wo going to do about It? As a result or our llrst effort to liavo n volco Iu our precinct politics we encountered n perfected bosslsni. Wo sought to learn what tho situa tion was, and at every turn wo met opposition. At the lust precinct club election we sought lo elect now pre cinct olllcers and particularly u kocro tary ami an cxccutltn cnmuiltfco who would at least let lis know wlmt will Iu tho precinct club records. Iliiffaii' dean Iiml. and still hns, tho solo pos seeslon tit tliu precinct club, rullr hi and Ixirrln Andrews, to defeat our purposo, havo deliberately thrown iu our way every (losslblo obstacle to our progress. In their light against our attempt at reorganization of our oreclnct eiuo, ineso two men, nnd tlielr nines, havu remrled to imlltlcal tricks mid nlovea of a. kind that call for public condemnation. As Is oflon tho cas'.'. (Continued on Page 6) i: hill I llllll AMI (Ilo.val Rocletj of ln ICIHl. As toon as Iho doors o( die reeep Hon loom wcro thrown upon, tho members id Ihu Ah.ihul AMI, headed by Mrs, .Maliial, Iho pyeiddciit. Mn. J. Clark, lco piesident, Mis. I.ahl l.ibl Webb, secreluiy mid Miss lairy Akl, Iho cominlttee, entered tliu rismi mid evtemled their aloha to their Queen, Mrs, Webb, tho sicretnry, Iu u clear Nolco, lead to tho Queen their congra tulatory tellers, convoying (ho kindly feeling and aloha of tlio members to her and congratulated her iikiii having pahhed tho VI mile stone. In appreciation of Iter good and valuable asslstaiiro to tho iiieiiibars of tho society, organized at Iho In stance of, Her Mirjcsl), they presented her wllh a Ir-autlful piece of rut glass which was greatly appreciated by tho Queen, who. In accepting It, thanked them most feelingly. Her Majesty shook hands with all Ihu guests who wero present. Olio of tho (list to arrive at Wash ington Placo lo extend his congratu lations lo Her Majesty was (ioveruor r'rcnr, tho chief axocutlvo of the Ter ritory Other olllcluls ofjlut Kedrt gmcrnmint also arrhed later Iu tliu day. The Territorial ami County olllchtls weto also thetc and the public wis well leprurt'lllt'd. An (he Hiiwalliins anlved In meet tlielr Qlioi'ii, they offered hookitpiis, l.ols well) in abundance nnd the largo lotiuil koa table, placed livhlud the Qui en. was well laden will) ir"enlH One of llio oliuiis, or, rntaliiors of Iho (lueeu, pliiccd luuwdf at llio en linni-v of Winlilimloii Placo unit kept ti chulitliitf as Hie (iitimts at lived Tn Hm inalllllnU, lio vtiiio nuiliv, It was stiiiliMO and snleiiin. but In llm HhhhIUim whu iiii'IkisIimiiU iho wild Ills of lllt IH('I" II WH lllHl I If IIIMl). IU HS lll M)'(J' lIU'lld'HH vbU'l tlUtlUK Ills lfl iliiu)i in in wi, Wifm uf tfm MriuliUi iii ll tyu Oibr tm (IbHltilltlH Pli 'W A) NINETY-THREEThiq FORJURY Both Grand and Petit Federal Juries Filled OCTOBER 10 AND 17 DATES OF MEETING Ninety three names wcr6 drawn this morning for the Federal (Irand and Petit Juries for the October term uf tho court, fiovonty names wcro drawn for tho petit Jury and twcnty-lhreo for the grand by Clerk Murphy as soon as court ojicned nt nlnc-lhlrly today. The grand Juoiiicu will resirt on October 10 and those on tho ctlt Jury October 17. Those drawn to seno In tliu Federal court for tho coining term nro: annul Jury ITiull Kritse, Uihnlmt; M. I). I)e Mcllti, Illlo; John Hiram. Honolulu; John Hole, Kleele; llolirs Mifbjjtn.fr'jraroiiirerT Jrr. nr.iT' lulu; Xornrin Hrt-gg, Wiilmeii, Knual; Jacob W. IMliartll, Paaullo. Hawaii; W. M. II, McCloman, llonotiilii; Ony lord Wilcox, Makawrll; Hlrhard West. oby, Honokui: .laniei II. Iloyd, Hono lulu; l. I). Itlcliiinls. Illlo; Christian F. Jt'iiklmi, Honolulu; Jiihopli llocha llakiilati; II C cVessnian, Illlo; V. K, llelllna. Ib-oliilii; F. J. Williams, Ohia, John l. King. Kmiiiieln; K. F. Illshop, Honolulu; II. I), Pcnhullow, Wnlliiku: W. M. Iriiiilug. I.nhalnn; Walter A. Hardy, ilonoliilu Petit Jut) M. K. Iliilu. Ilonoliilu; A J (llg'iomt, Honolulu; (ieo. A Mar (In, linn lulu : Frank (Itslfrey, lliinn lulu; J II. Claike. Ilonnliilti; Adam l.lll'lr Illlo; Joseph A. (lllinnii. Ho ii r I'mii I. Aekernuin. Kealake- 1 I'll 'Illicit J Waller. Ilonoliilu. Win Mutch, Knlnii, i:imer Cheathani. Ilonoliilu. C. K Al. Ilonoliilu: II. II. Prown Jr, lli'o; Manuel S Paelicco Illlo. W I Dccoto, l.almlua: H. Ills singer. Naalchit. Mark A. ll)cmft. Iloiioiiiu: H i:. Hubbard. Hiiclo; W M. Wllll.inisou. Honolulu; II. II. M Oiotlo. Illlo: Phi Cocked. Wnlliiku; (Continued on Face 2i ALLEGED "FENCE" ISMESTED Japanese Who Bought Bags From Tin Soon In Trouble Dctocltvo Harry T Iiko thla morn Ing aneBtcd T Kiigl, n Japaiinno, who la ijccuned of having purchakcd tolci gooda from Tin Soon, tlio notorious part-Chinese joutli wlio got uuuy from prlnon and went to the mainland, whoru ho wits iirreutcd unit returned to Hawaii. Ijiko Iiiih been working on tho cnito for homo time mid, finally, got miltl dent evidence tn warrant an a r rout Kiigl Is charged with having bought jsu worth of Biignr bugs from Tin Hon, mid the ntcka wero iho property of T. II. IbivlcH & Co A Hecoiul chargo or having puicliahed iiiiuthoi lot or bags tallied lit MI, Iiiih alto been laid agulliHt Kugl Tho m-colld fotuli-'nineut of lings belonged in llinkfelil H Co I Tin Hoou U now doing lime ut tho Oaliti iuIkoii mid hn may iwno ten isir biifnio tin Is ritttimt'il Ilo will be a linens MKUlimt I'ltgl nnd that fuct may leduiu Ills mnlclice u ltle. The method mplo)id by Till Hoou was In fot Hi an in dor lot' bait mid. iillm iwnhlng llm bslcn, null 1 1 win In I'iiM , iiiw HerllMitinWi HI HUhlhi cute, mi aumm Ii tmt um itlrw TlNt fUf wt MNWwIr timlwi4 Higii And One Tti 0STEND, Belgium, Sept. 2. MU Helen Dutrjcu, accompanied by i passenger, made a wonderful night in an ncroplanc here today. Tht flight was from this town to Bruges where she circled the fnmous bclfrj at a height of 1300 feet and re turned, ' " "H "Fortify It" He Says Of Canal OMAHA, Ncb Sept. 2. Colonel Rcosevclt spoke ficrc today on mnU tcrs connected with the construction of the Panama Canal, One of tho striking nnd forceful features of his speech was his strong opposition to the proposed neutralization of tho canal, I Roosevelt declares that the Fa-) nama Canal should be fortified as well as built by the American Gov- eminent. He has no sympathy whati ever with the scheme to neutralize the great waterway. DAILY SCORES OFi . BIG LEAGUES (Special Bulletin Cable) SAN FBANCISCO. Sept. 2. The scores in the big leagues' play today arc: )"1 American Washington 1. Phila delphia 5; Washington 1, Philadel phia 2; Cleveland 0, St. Louis,5; New York 0, Boston 5; Detroit 7,' Chitnco 3. National Boston 2, Brooklyn 3( Boston u, iirooKlyn 8; Philadelphia 3, New York 2; Philadelphia 5, Hew York 4 j Cincinnati 3, Pittsburg 2, Standing, of National League Club, W. Chicago r New Vol k C.' Plttubiirg 64 Cincinnati r,7 Philadelphia SK llrookl')! 42 Ht. Iliilu . -4(1 llObtOIl II Standing of American League, Oeptl; Club. W. u ArSk Philadelphia Now York . Huston .... Detroit Cleveland . . Wimhluglon Chicago 73 cs l',9 mi 50 el 41 III .17 4 St r.2 cs fa; 70 77 o Carry Oepl. t. I. Ict' .11 , M. 47 -vlb' 4S .IJ7t M .SlSd 70 ' .3901 ,;7S .303 t - -if5 Ht 1iiilh . OTTAnD HT A T'CJmVT blMJtX. W A 1 OUIN rn a rtrp TvT "DTPTPTTI j i1 iiO 1 U1N iXHjUjl' SEATTLK, Sept, 2. The iteamer Watson js fast in the reef at Wad tlah Island. The passengers havo been landed safely, 50,000 MEN LOCKED OUT i LONDOM. bent. 9,TIhi lVdtr! itajM.'Wiij!yiuiU pulfif mm liTJfiJUtKsJf IJi l! '$&, IllSDBBfl 1 rifi, I A lockoul of Ilia IU ,mWi lWIi KfiUUMU U!