THB FILIPINO IH A TREACHEROUS FOE Ameriraa Officer Mara lie Is Mora Crafty Titan the American Indian Captain H. 8. O'Connor, who hat juat returned from the Philippines, where be did aervlco aa acaptaln In tha Forty-sixth Forty-sixth voltiuteer Infantry, aaya: The American people can form no Idea of the treachery of tha natives. They have been likened to the Ame'l-ean Ame'l-ean Indian, but the coin par laon does not do juatlce to tholr capacity for betrayal. be-trayal. Much a body of flglitera aa the Ninth Infantry never would bare betn caught In audi a trap by tha Indiana. The Indian never baa learned to play the friend like the Filipino. A soldier In the western plains would ba en hit guard alwaya agaiuat the redaklue, but they cannot diaaeinble. They may ambush am-bush you and ruab you at night, but they don't know bow to pjay the FjA trick as did the Filipinos. In one of the towns auiilh of Manila there waa a barber named Lerenio Mabano, who did a flourlaliiug business, busi-ness, the soldiers patroultrri hla place generously. He appeared to be thoroughly thor-oughly loyal. I don't euppoae there was anyone In the town who was eue-pecled eue-pecled less than he. He apoke Spanish Span-ish and used tu tell us how mucb good American rule would do the people. One night a raid waa made on a bot-bed bot-bed of Insurgents. Among the prison-are prison-are taken with rifle In baud waa our barber. Than It came out that after working lu his shop all day ha would o to rebel campe at night and disclose whatever Information ha had gleaned from hla eoidier cuatomera during tba day.