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llepubliaau County ticket last year whom the Advertiser opposed nnd dofentod
Booth and (Juinn failed last night to applaud. Nor was tbero so much as an
approving squeak from tho underground quarters of Humphroys, Clear, Little,
tialhraith, Boyd, Wright, Kumalao, Enoch Johnson and a hundred other former
politicians whom tho Advertiier interred for the country's good, But a
parrot doesn't consider anything; it merely reels off what it has been
-wound up to say. Poor wooden pollyl Won't somebody take it back to the
end of the bar and set it In its old place besido the crackers!
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If there was ever a fiasco In mass meetings It was the gathering last night
ia Asia Park. I pitted tho good candidates who had to suffer from tho frost
evoked by the bad ones and which congealed tho most about Brown and
tho Wooden Parrot. Tho audienca not only refused to warm up, but It was
distinctly hostile to tho machine It Inughcd, hooted, asked the most embar
rassing questions and then long beforo tho meeting was over, began drifting
away, uy word, If tho machine can't do any better than that, Curtis laukea
will knock tho "spots" off tho Sheriff for suro and several other Democrats
will be elected.
Maui, possessing several of tho most sublime of nntural scenes in these
islands, Is now exploiting, as ono of Its finest Bights, a Inrgo pineapplo section
of country. This fact is n noteworthy symptom of progress in diversified industries.
Oahu, too, has its pineapple show placo in Wahiawa. with a peculiar!"
uperb climate for rest and recuperation thrown in.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER a, 1906. 5XM1WJUUCLYI
Blocdcr and Bled.
Palmer WootU' Martyrdom
Jnps and Soundings.
Afong'B Bafo Place
Ho More Passes.
An Overlooked Gathering.
Aala In tho Frost Bolt.
Signs of tho campaign abound. Two or three piece-clubs arc getting
together; tho respectable collector is drumming up funds to be Bpcnt for candidates
who are fnr from respectable; a paper in the, native tongue is projected
through which tho Hawaiian will receive a fine line of assorted whoppers; and
an othcrwiso disengaged newspaper man is out with a campaign weekly in
English which will support nnyono who has the stuff. The new paper is named
the Leader and called tho Bleeder.
It is a bright and rendablo little sheet ns might bo assumed of any product
of Mr. William '. Sabln's pen, but to me tho most interesting thing about it is
its morgue-slab display of the Hied.
Chief among tho Wed is Brown. The Bleeder has applied itself to him
liko a giant mosquito. Then comes McCarthy, who seems, from the admiration
bo excites in tho editorial breast, to have lost at least a gallon. Ilicknell gets
less nnd probably was tapped for about n pint. Link McCnndless, whoso
picture is given a good position, and who gets an editorial, mut have bled at
every pore. A. V. Gear had his jugular vein tapped for a hand-basin full of
mixed zoo blood and Vida yielded about eleven quarts, either his own or that of
-somebody within tho reach of his blacksnako whip a woman perhaps. And
then Charley Hustaco gavo up about a miner's inch of tho real stiilf. But
May the Lord help McClunahan, for he must have lost more blood
than a wholo prize light. Ho needs a milk diet and tonics, McClanahan docs,
or he'll never get buck his tone. '
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I hear that Palmer Woods afo crow the other night, beak, feathers, claws
anil tail and that ho said ho liked it better than roast beef and Yorkshire
pudding. He signed somo Bort of a letter nnd I'll bet it was a corker. You bee
1'almer woke up to find that ho was damning his own ticket from tho standpoint
of a Democratic Nntion.il Committeeman. Then contrition overcame
liim liko a summer cloud. I hear that he agreed to swear every time ho heard
tho namo of Kuhio and look pleased whenever ho saw McClanahan 'snaino in
print; that he pledged himself to make faces at Hepublican processions nnd
"sic" dogs on eery Itepubliean candidate- who wandered into his part of
.Hawaii. And ho was ready at any time, to attend crow banquets on call from
the local chairman ent 'em raw or any other way. Heuce forgiveness, the
glad hand and harmony all around.
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I suppose that our Jnpancso friends took all tho soundings they could at
Midway and will take more about theso islands. That is part of their business.
Wo have had European ofiicers who took Boundings in Honolulu harbor, in
broad daylight. Our own naval men have an eye out for foreign soundings
and I guess thoy know whero tho shoal places aro about .Japan ns well as
anybody. So what's tho uso of worrying Theso islands of ours havo their
pigeonholes in every foreign naval intelligence cabinet nnd Japan, I hear, has
illustrated her Hawaiian data with a splendid series of coast photographs and
with perfect 11111)13. Spies, disguised as field hands, aro in tho islands all the
time. But so are spies disguised as tourists in Japan all tho time. It's part
of tho Great (lamo Kipling tells about in "Kim." If over war comes we
.ahull seo how woll it was played on both sides.
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Tho lato C. Afong spent his declining years in the Portuguese scttlemont
of Macao. That city of refugo nnd tho Knglish strongholds along tho Chineso
coast, aro and havo long been godsends to rich Chinose. Had Mr. Afong gono
Lack to his ancestral acres, when ho retired from hero with his vast fortune,
0 would havo been squeezed dry. Tho Viceroy, tho taotai and all tho neighboring
mandnrius would have wanted their share and havo dovised means to get
it. But in Macao and Hongkong and at a Chinaman with millions
may sottlo down in tho secure enjoyment of his fortune, ns Afong did,
anil wait tho pleasure of tho Celestial gods,
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The Rapid Transit company has abolished passes nnd substituted a coupon
book for thoso who rido free. Tho latter class is not large, nor is it likely to
le larger, but when passes were in voguo it was subject to upward fluctuations.
That is to say, tho casual man, seeing another follow say to tho
conductor, thought ho might just as woll say nnd sometimes
when tut conductor was new or hurrlod, tho bluff workod. Now thero will bo
no mora numboring. Tho man who rides frco by courtesy and ho must bo either
a director of tho company or an activo newspapor man is obligod to hand out
liia coupon book and ask for a transfer. Thoso who rido froo by law,
aadi guardsmon in uniform, of courso show nothing but themselves.
Teaterday's Hawniisn Star puts all of its local contemporaries in the "23"
class fat slowness to noto really important happonings "in our midst," Its
editorial roferenco to tho " American Bar Association," ns a "body of men
ow aoaroning in this city," ia really big news. The wonder is it is not
-played p on tho front page, Promotion Hustler Wood must havo been asleep
when svah a distinguished body of mon was allowed to arriva without recognition.
Aad Oeorgo Davis was surely out of town when tho Americnn Bar
Slod up from the bench unheralded.
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Alai. Robertson, tho wooden parrot of politics, Mwnys makes one speech.
It ia abeut tho Advertiser. Despite tho nrrny of political headstones, yet to
include lis own, which may be found In tho Advertiser's private cemetery, I he
soodea Alor. always mouths tho clacking lay: "Oct tho Advertiser against
you and you'll win," It was noticeabla that tho two mon out of threo on tho
(Kpeclnl to the Advertiser)
HILO, September 29, 1906 The
nuhllcnn convention with nil of Its ex
citement marks nn epoch In the his
tory or this place It was n battle between
the tnmrnon people nnd the
plantations nnd the pcoplo seem to
haw won a victory. The hollering
will not come until nfter tho election
In November and even then It mny not
ho henrd from the throats of th Republicans
for there were nominations
made against the wishes of those who.
In the past, have been credited with
the pull of this district.
There wns n caucus held Wednesday
night nnd the slates fixed so that when
the delegated convened on Thursday
John D. Paris was boosted Into the
chair ns n temporary omcer nnd Noah
W. Alull, deputy county attorney, wns
elected temporary secretnry. In the
formation of n permanent organization
Judge Knulukou wns the chairman nnd
Alull tho secretary.
There wns a little scrap over the
nominations for Senator.
Lewis was nominated by acclamation
but when the second man was put
up there was n hitch. East Hawaii
ann contested by It V Vj Vl tl tf Andrews
who had a candldato from Kohala,
Hobcrt Hind. In pleading for the
votes for his man Andrews referred
to Low as a non-resident, claiming his
home and voting place is Honolulu.
Andrews Is the manager or the Parker
ranch nnd some or tho relics or that
office or county attorney nnd
(Mali Special to the Advertiser.)
WABHINOTO.V. D. CV September 16.
The Cuban situation has suddenly absorbed
WnsblnKtoii Secretary Tart
cnn.e here Inst evening nnd left today
on Ills mission of mediation to the Island,
wlicro the Insurrection has assumed
The popular Interest, of course, Is
with reference to the question of ultimate
iinnoxntlon. The feeling hpro Is
very Blrong that 'Intervention Is not
unlikely and with Intervention many
b,lR pressure from American business
1111 iiHiiii s :i in i'iiiur ronnr or 1 nn
Smith had 43, John U. It nnd Wise D2, ' THE COMING CAMPAIGN. I hands of the Interstate Commerce
not enough to decide, nnd the chair While the figures may be a surprise Commission are sure to be
the two highest to be counted t0 tn03e wno 8Upp0s0 that campaign ed during tho next six or eight
again, John U. Smith having seen tho chairmen generally spend all the money months. Tho commissioners aro fully
luiuity 01 nis runniim. mu wwnu contributed. It Is asserted on authority aware ot tnis prospect. They aro corn-ballot
Wise had 64 ad Smith 52. Wise wnc ought to be sound that Mr. Cor- paratlvely well along with their work,
was declared the nominee. John U. telyou has about 1600,000 of the 1901 ly about eighty cases were left over,
was a iroort loser for he called on Wise r,.nri ctm in 1,10 ironinn. t.. ...... ,.. from tho old rnmmlnalnn. Thppn in
During the evening session thero was .srI,iK. The manncers nf the con- problems that nriso out or the new
a scrap over the nominations for Ren- Bresslonal campaign want him to turn railroad rate law.
.n.nnlnllnna Tnomnn T l.ninil tMn . .. ... - W, ,in.llmlnn... ..,. t n .. .. ... ...) .
Republican as Democratic 'votes nnd """ J1 "' '" '"J "f , ,' ' grain elovators; and nn Investigation man.
I - - Little Talks -
ERNEST G. WALKER.
ITEMS FROM HILO
According to the stories told by Jap-
the same night and congratulated him. ho is known to have a considerable really little to do but take up tho ancso of the better class thore are at
present in Hilo a number of bad men
of their own race and tho respectable
kuiixuii j.....,., ..... ,, nnrtlnn nf it fvv In tliAm fnr ""- i'i iiiiiin.. 'utuicis ma ... - .. ,. , ..
.present load supervisor for this us thls" yoar xt la staea at Demo- ln s much ot the commission's tlmo l"'r""" ull"u proncso regard tuoso
who had been In onlce thnt social pariahs with anything but
trict, put cratlc i,eadquarlers that Mr Cortelyou none ot lta members yet under-
through the Instrumentality or Desha hQg nlread give" chairman Sherman tako to suBBest tho date when It will teem.
made nn attempt to defeat his patron bo conducting investigations Into com-
,50000 but whether thl3 ue so or not T. preliminary survey for tho Hilo
for the nomination of Supervisor and of shippers and issuing orders
M Snermun wnnt8 a sreat doai moro. nrcakwatcr ,
slating him for the House. But It . SnGaker Camion that to fix, rates. It may be a year, or moro 'rto,iiir 1101 uccn compicteu anu
did not go with the delegates and there thpS ,hre0Kue thta be,forefl nn' dccMo" of Importance In report for submission to
was evidence or the waning ot the ra,e xl"S Is 1 made. Tho commission ton, 1. C, is now being propared bv
ear- l resiueill winincriv ... ' J J
T.vmnn star. The choice was made In J "" Willingly per ,.h..hl,, h , ,lollhonl ..,'. . . .
caucus and as it did not suit somo of
the delcgntes they demanded that It
mltted that. Ho wrote the AVatson let- ". "", " , , """"'""' "" u. A. i.oeuenstein. Tlio survey eon-.
, a high court and will not speed Its . . . .
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ter nskliig for a Republican House In , , . ., , o sists of a complete recora of souudintre
be left to ihe convention on the cround the Sixtieth Congress to uphold him in tnaJ courts are accuslomcd'to do in along tho reef and of borings to de-
that their names had not been called. -"" 'e " ' !".. "' important suits. terminc tho nature of tho sea floor
Just hero tho He was passed again, dent to tho Issue, say Messrs Cannon Tn commlaslon l3 alrcnd ndoptlnB itnamu.matllnT'loa.r
and Sherman, he ought not to with- niuctf lkb' L. H. Ihompson, of Hnkalau, is
Those making tho claim were Lyman, plans for ,ts work tho .
Alull and Thomas Cooke, tho latter bold tho big surplus In tho national courts. Tho work lg belnff lnR "" tno for San Francisco,
elected surveyor on the Home Rule committee on tho plea that It Is a ed- The commissioners expect to have When he returns there will be n Mrs.
ticket at the first county election. Tho Honnl fund, not a congressional rund. resular otnco hours, regular days ror Thompson with him
chair would not listen to the com- The Republicans havo been running consultation, and regular days for Mr. i.,rnn 7.- k
e 01 n.o
plaint and there was momentary their congressional campaigns on a hearings. Heretofore tho commission- . , ",,, "r"t
gcr ot a fist light between Lyman and pretty lavish basis. Their averago ex- ers havo pursued a go-as-you-please deputy Collector ot Customs, will leave
another delegate. Tho nominees for pcndltures In conducting' a policy. Each commissioner has been on tho Enterprise for n visit to bee
the House were Alfonso, now In the slonal election have been about J350.000, very much a law unto hlmseir and tho mother nnd sister nt San Diego
tax otnco in Hllo, and Charles Akau, ns against about J75.000 by tho Demo- public business has suffered by An mi(u,jnn . i at 1 ,,.
a native of laukea and an employe crntlc Congressional Committee. Rep- teelsm and lack of understanding '," DI', lmaPD
of the Inter-Island Steamship Co. Af- resontatlve Dabcock, during the ten when pending matters were to be sc'1001 t g'r's has been built in fwnl
fonso Is u graduate of tho St. Louis years ho was chairman, began gather- en up nnd disposed of. Tho work was of tho main building.
College in Honolulu and AKnu was a ing contributions months In nuvnnco of done spasmodically. It Is proposed
One of those tragedies all too
liuim in 1110 01a iioyui aenoui. ruu me campaign, lie ino now to navo a concentration ana co- nucnt !n TmmnMn life It i
" '""-ou n a " m,n
named Knlwl and Hamakua Manoule. railroad, stetmshlp, nnd Insurance ordination of efforts and likewise to i,
Theso will represent East Hawaii. If companies, not to mention a lot of glvo less time to callers who want to tncso "lands, occurred nt Popocke
thoy aro eloctcd. Thoso on the west other corporations that came to Con- talk about cases. The representations plantation on Thursday morning, Mara
sldo selected Holstcln for N. and S. KrCss during the winter for legislation, of various Interested parties will bo Yamadn. a nrcnosscssinz vouni
1- ., r. - ... B
ivuuaia, niiwfin mr a, rvuim, mm a. Wnen tne campaign was on ne. nuu tiiiimieu iu wimcn imi)ur uiiu iu mu nese woman of vears btlrw
W. Kona. Thero no formal hearings, nil of which It la J ' ""
Kaai for N. was tne bs fmld undCr lock and key. He
trouble ovor theso nominations and no piacnt.d Ulbor uprisings by big pay- hoped to make public. stabbed to death, presumably by ao.
further trouble until the time came .,.. ,i,nr. thev wnuM dr th most Tho commission Is now entering upon husband, Jinkichi Ynmada, who a
for tho naming of the Supervisors, ana n- a vast amount or work, quRo outside this writing a fugitive. Jealousy it
It was so slight that It will not bear sherman had such the rate 1 law which will consume much
Ghnlrman no m0Mi lo , iaVt prompted the
recording. Puna nominated Gus Supe, n.,.niinua s,ar, xIe has cftthered In a llf lts tlmo ror the next three or four ',' ' ' '
N. and S. Hllo named Molr'and De- ?otof money hut nothing like what- months. Most of this is work that A laborer named Omnra Otara, who ka
sha. Kohala picked out Pulaa, John ,, Dabcock his predecessor used to Congress directed should be done the previous Sunday bad bought Yamata'a
Magulro was the choice of Kona, There h.p Man..'r"tho committee's per- continued Investigation of tho wife the murdered woman for W
wns nothing dono for Kau, as Ollle
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tlou between the railroads and the
Rhlnmnn tins mado Rlich nn nvlahlA 4- n 1. nnumtlnn nf nnnl mlnitq nnil nil fiAlrin
is detained both as a witness and as u
record that he would draw as many rtR"ce' 7?a fpC1,?r' ."".., n Inquiry Into the management of Tarty to the unlawful sale of th.
!hniTA?I."0rotaa,i.?PPl niw free of ."uto,"a',c f8t7. J":.. SUl .T1'" PV h " hools
tho word that
Inated, so he got tho vote. 8. Kohala
named William Lindsay, the Incum
bent, elected last year on the Independent
ticket after being defeated In
the Republican convention for tho nomination.
North Kona did not nominate
anyone. South Kona gave the plum
to Geo. MacDougall and Kau voted
Tho affair was over by 10:50. The
county band nnd a quintet club rendered
music at Intervals. Tho affair
was a lively one from start to finish.
but from the fact that thero are somo
soreheads In the district, sore through
failure to land their men, thero Is a
feeling of doubt that tho ticket will
get tho full strength of the Republican
vote. Hllo Is a peculiar place at any
tlmo and under any circumstances
Tho people are harmonious In one
thing pulling nt the same time in op-
Tho scalded fish Btory was straight,
a lot of money and they ask; the rate law will be needed on other .
"Why does President nooscvelt and work. Congress directed that a com- .
and deadheaded all the roads the venr Is marked by increased
w. n.nlt ah,rm. !?..., , In- cost over ..,, ,,,., , , ,.
Hllo; w,,"e Mr- Cnnnon nnd his party ante over former years. In the Hin
cumbent, was nominated for S. nnJ oU ne,da nftcr May 1Mgi geema
Charlie Eldcrts for Puna; Botolho for eled. Mr. Cnnnon starts again t(J forcstall any recommendation the school, Priueipnl Richmond reporla am
Hamakua. There was a fight over th. er ' CJ " '" '" ' commission may make under the Till- attondnn.c of 105 In the four grades -nomination
through close districts. He will not resolution, hut It Is ... . .
for N. Hllo. Tho two can- ! lesple pro- ,1.1
dldates, Simmons and Matton. were have a free train, as he had two years , ,nvestlKat0 none tho less der "I. P"v'sio", as '"nipared with
Thus far the Republican o0 in three grades last year, while ha
both strong, but tho planters passed', ago. anJ hulldreda ot 8Ubpoenas are being
Matton had to be nom- sionni na uccn "" prepared for witnesses In Kansas ana , ,, ' '" "" "" ""- r -
secure passes for tne hpeaKer ana nis Colorado. Over six thousand circular """'"
party. Representative "Joe" Sibley of tetters have been sent out from tho ' '
Pennsylvania, one nf the Speaker's commission within the last two weeks. INFLAMTIATOnY nHEUMATIHltV
cronies, very wealthy from his asking for Information about the
tlons In oil. Is puUIng up for the rlos Inquiries the commission now has permea
rial ear, and If the committee has to hand. The Investigation of ' '
pay mileage for the car Mr. Sibley tic devices would be made almost world l win uihiudi "
expects to pay the most of that bill. wide In scope, under the language of pains Incident to Inflammatory
Thu Republicans have numerous the resolution of Congress, nnd a re- mutism, will be plensed to know that
fights on their hands. They are not port Is required by the time Congress applying
as confident of winning the next House convenes next December. ; , iT
as thoy claim to bo notwithstanding No steps have yet been taken to- Chambcrlnln s Pitln Halm. Mr. D.
tho demoralization of the Democratic wards sending men Into the field to Snyder, of Roscvllle, Ontario, Canada,
party, Pactional quarrels In districts forward Investigation of complaints Bays: "I have been troubled with
are giving them a lot of trouble. Us- against railroads. Probably none will nammatory rheumatism for the past
ually these quarrels are adjusted be- ho gent for several months. Every .
"" unable to sleen nt nlcht
fore election day but the complications available clerk the commission now n,rs "r,,a,0J 'f,c,p "";
this year- are acute. The managers has or Is authorlxed to employ under n T.in nnim 1. h
best liniment I have ever tried." For-
by Henson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Postmaster General Cortelyou wnnt to pllutlon of national, stnte. and local "'",.' ,.'... '11
keep thut big J6OO.000 fund? Is It be- commercial bodies be made; also a ub""" "r """"
cause tne jtmiuuiii minus mm, m mo siuiimr puuiumiuu " iih.wi.i
last analysis, he may have to run bodies. That Involves communication J. F. Eckardt, superintendent of the
but tho Hakalnu steam vision was en- again?" with nearly every postmaster In the Queens Hospital, nas returned from a
tlrely "hot air," Y, Several very urgent appeals have country and means a large tax upon irip 10 mo voicuno.
TOM LUCAS-When Ilrynn Is elected I nm going to be Governor of Hawaii.
IL T. MOOKE I was against Knlitkleln because if I had been for him I
should have lost tho police vote.
A. OABTLEV There Is good cement rock on Knunl nnd I hear that specimen
from Oahu are being looked nfter by nn expert.
DR. plans fnr tho Leprosarium nro still being held
up nt Washington. Menriwhllo I am keeping busy nt laboratory work.
J. O. LOTTED Tho small fnrm movement is nil right, nnd in that
don't forget ponnuts. They grow woll here and the market wants them.
JARBD SMITH It's getting so up my wny that I can't send n fnrm liun.1
out to pick bugs for Vun Dino without his bolng arrested by n
F. M. SWANZY Yes, I recognize tho in Cuba. First thore is Si
are asking whether nnnexatlon would "'"order, than tho Americnn ninrincs land to protect llfo and property and finnlly
comes annexation, it's the old story,
DR. HODGINS Tho shower-bath endangers health. Cold water striking
Interest In Cuba to bring about an- tho spino at tho base of tho neck produces symptoms like thoso of diabetes.
nexatlon. Edwin F. Atkins, the big Taken long enough, tho shower-bath might induce tho diseaso itself. Better
sugar magnate of Boston, who hns In
terests In extensive sugar plantations
In Cuba, has been here urging Intervention
nnd also talking ultimate
nnnexatlon. The German Ambassador
u horso ,,
i... 1 .-.., .. i. ., . . "
juio wnicning me situation
named Eben Low nnd the nomination , becaU8e of tho ffect a- " GOVERNOR CARTER It would bo a good . thing ... for Hawaii if Prof. Alex-
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market of Europe and of the world ,nuKr woum lnK0 a counl ot ycars on: nnU rewrite his history in the light of the
nnnexatlon might have. I 1'"cover'cs ma'le among tho archives. Somothing ought to be done, also, towards
Secretnry Tart expects to be nblo tocoIIectinS tho Inta for a mplcte story of tho overthrow,
placate tho factions in Cuua. It Is JAMIE WILDER Wlion my folks had their first snowstorm in Boston,
Heved here mat he will succeed In that they got warm water and tried to melt the snow off the front steps. Tho
mission and will suggest terms by thermometer wns four degrees below zero and the water nt onco turned to ice
celebrated case may have been In his which tho Palma government nnd tho tripping tho cook up when sho went out and doing her $200 worth of damage,
mind when he was helping Hind, who, n8UrgCnts will come to more amicable Wc were the joy of the wholo neighborhood that winter. Everybody watched to
rtUrinorterttattamiw Uut eVen wlth 8Uch a et- see what we would do next.
chance to refute the charges made by I lament, the possibility of a recurrence j. F. don't believe anything that I see in nnv of the Hono-
Andrews Low wns called to the floor, ot sucn a" uprising as that which has'.. T 1 . ,
n,u J mako
L' n "ception However, in that matter I would
and told to turn loose which he taken place within the last month will Wf"; say that
until Andrews was thoroughly roasted. I be always present. Whether the an- J ,ltm believe much 111 tho mainland papers cithor. I class them all together.
The plantation Interests backed Hind, 'nexntlnn of thp Island, is n means of Of course, if there wns nn item in tho papers that a new flag had boon hoisted
nnd lost, for the vote, which was by settling the entire question, would bo to tho top of the H. Hackfcld building, perhaps I might take it for Granted
Itlnd rSrXr!ff nnurfhere r! ... was.so But everything else c'o.oreS for political effect. aHT
Sam Knuhane, for treasurer, both from annexation and that the campaign will '"S I'aper says that tho Mnnchuria is leaking and tho other paper comes out in
the west side or the Island were nom- bo waged with now earnestness from tho morning nnd states that Mr. Klebahn says tho vessel is'not leaking. Now
Inated by acclamation. l '"? The time on. ' what can you believe t I believe what I know nnd perhaps what I havo seen
X I1U J1UAI u LIIU JlUillilllU iur l"C
not hoon follow. There In undoubtedly
of Congress: In extra
there session to consider the Cuban situation
go in nil over.
J. H. SCHNACK My houso was robbed two weoks ago. All my clothes
except what were on my back wcro stolen. Drawers wcro emptied out in
heaps on the floor. Tho thief enmo in daylight, when nobody was home, with
... . i .., niri w a wim is not nrobable. Tho President la ,in- Deen ma,i0 t0 Mr- Cortelyou to "shell tho commission's clerical force.
defeated nt the last county' election,' derstood to Interpret tho Piatt amend- "V ,, Somo ",Ttl'om have come from Unless the unexpected happens, there
U Smith elected county attorney on n:ent as making theTunction of inter- ?hklnoma and Indian Territory, where will be no final test of the rate law
rtonome'lluta ticket at tt,K vetl0" " executive function, nnd if "ta" Tn nf, m ?" "f"'"81 K & thC COUrtS f0r two or three years"
tvcleXnandC mediation through Secretary Taft fails, '""J T? alsoappl cd The railroads are showing little dl
.entatlvod tho President would probably feel war 1 ," "' fnbt?Ca"S.e ,of thelf Bences position to resist the orders of the
:T r.cn atdaiferyn:adrparat,ons Srsr me
votes at Panalkou and from thero to master Ueneral Cortelyou. The latter
Walplo the vote was solid for Carl s Chairman of the Hepublican
John U. getting a little support tlonal Committee and custodian of the ,
from the west side. On the count Carl surplus irom me campaign or jvui. 1
requiring long Investigation, beforo r