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NHW YOltK, Jan. 18. The Thaw
trthl mored with a rush tod) After
the state had nreee tiled its illrt ohm
awl Assistant Dleilnt Attorns)' Oar
ran had eharaeterUed the hlllltig of
Stanford White as a "premedlUUed,
deliberate ami cowardly murder,
Martin W. Littleton for the defense
made tho opening plea for the prts- objection. It wn reported at tho be
oner. Ills promise ot new evidence ginning of the trial that Jeromt would
was sensational and held the supreme fight this In order to exclude the to.stl
attentlon of all in the courtroom. 1Mb- moiiy of young Mrs. Thaw. During
trlct Attorney Jerome, seemingly tak- Littleton's speech Thaw sat whir eyed
en" by surprise, soated himself tn tho and pallid, looking fixedly at IiIm oun-
witness chair, the better to hear the
outlino of the new defense.
Littleton promised to forgo a chain
of circumstances and to produce a line
of testimony which will piove Harry
K. Thaw undeniably Insane at tho time
of the homicide. Evidence of heredi
tary Insanity and of strange, unusual
acts of Thaw not even hinted at dur-
Ing the first trial was related "by Lit-
tieton, who said that physicians and
nurses who had attended Thaw wero
hurrying hero from Europe, and that
teachers of tho defendant in childhood
would bo on hand to give their lmpres-
sions of the "wide eyed, distant boy."
DISTRICT ATTORNEY JEROME.
In conclusion Littleton challenged tho
dlstrlct attorney to produco a slnglo
reputable physician who would say
that Thaw was not insane at tho tlmo
he killed tho noted architect.
Littleton's speech fairly bristled
witn surprises. Jeromo had his sur-
prlso to offer, too, and when Littleton
started to launch Into tho relations of
btanford White with tho girl whom
Thaw married tho district attorney
was on his feet with an objection. Jus
tice Dowllng sustained him nnd the
namo of tho architect was not linked
again with that ot tho defendants
wlfo. Llttloton touched hut lightly on
1 1 d m AfikHk isirniMT
the girls story as she told It to Thaw,
hut, careful as he was on this potnt,
Me again draw an objection from the
prosecuting officer, who said:
"Mr. Littleton Is now straying Into
a Held of stuff whlen In my opinion
will h excluded.
Again Juatlee Dowllng sustained t ho
sol. Toward the closo he seemed rath-
er displeased with something that was
said, and. leaning forward, scribbled off
Descrlblng the killing of White, Lit
"Thaw's madness, born and bred In
him, had been acted on by tho stories
he had hoard. He had gone to the dls-
trlct attorney with them and to An
thony Comstock. They ran in nls
nead until, staggering among the1
chairs or Madison Square garden yet!
not drunk his eyes burning like two '
great coals of flro, unable Intelligent'
ly to answer questions put to him
maniacal In the last degree, lost lost
as ho was In Romo, In Monto Carlo
and In London tho blind confusion of
insanity overcame him and ho fired,
Tho result was not a murder, but tho
act of a madman, who afterward, wild
eyed and Irrational, cried out In his
cell that ho heard tho voices of Ilttlo
children calling and proclaimed that
no had but acted as an agent of provl-
Thaw was called to tho bar prompt-
ly at 10 a. m. Within tho noxt few
minutes Assistant District Attorney
Garvan had begun to outllno tho case,
"Tho defonse In this caso," said Gar-
hi. .Miailijn'mitii ' " .utuit,:' it-it. . .'iktiuct
ilTiwaML ,1 iMBgeMgeT f bTljs jramw" - 1 1 . iaMgezasnraBEa
I w I I I I W III U
ASHING'! ON. I ('. Dpi Piuhor 31.
Provident Manuel Amador of I'anama,
left for bis lionip today.
President Amador has been abroad
on a four-months tour of Italy anu
Franco, nnd was much pleased at tho
reception given him everywhere On
his return to Amorica ho was receiv
ed by rolatlvos at New York and
Washington and dined with President
President Amador Is seventy-four
years old and declares ho does not
intend to let the younger people take
up tho work.
van, "is insanity
The material facts
Insanity, let me assuri
you, Is not to bo deilned as what you ,
or i migui uiniK. ii is nui wnut puj-
sicians or iiiuiapiiysiciuus may ten u,
or what scientists or pseudo-scientists
may describe. Insanity, as we have
to deal with it, has been deilned by
the legislature of New York. Tho law
Is wiser than wo are. We must obey
It and live under tho law. The law
says that the only person excused from
criminal responsibility is ho who Is so
deficient of reason that he docs not
know tlie nature or quality of his act;
that the act Is wrong. With this defi
nition, and this definition alone, of tho
law I ask vou to ludco of all the acts
III UUa UUlUUUUill J1I&11L Ul .II111U tf.
1 100C, which Is tho night on which ho
killed Stanford White."
I Alr.Q PvpIvti Th'iw lfctnnml In tho
assistant prosecutor's discussion of
tho actual details of the tragedy with
tense drawn features. Joslah Thaw, a
brother, and Mrs. George Carncglo tho
slstor. completed tho usual family
group. Thaw sat witn eyes fixed upon
tho prosecutor, his head rested upon
his right hand. After describing tn
killing of White, Garvan declarea in
conclusion that, judged by any court,
the prosecution believed tho homlcldo
could bo explained ns a "premeditated,
deliberate and cowardly murder."
Littleton said thero would bo no at
tempt to invent any kind of extraor
dinary mania, despite tho fact that
District Attornoy Jerome had Intimat
ed in his questioning ot jurors that
some such thing would bo tried. Ho
then sketched Thaw's life from the
time of his birth.
On tho father's sldo of the family,
ho said, a relative became Insane at
Ave years. A cousin of tho father died
Insane in an asylum in Virginia. Har
riet Alice Thaw, still on tho father's
side, is in an asylum In Pittsburg, But.
faring with delusions of persecution.
Harry Thaw, a cousin, also Is Insane,
i rom tho father Thaw Inherited hiB
Saying ho would like to bo spared
the recital of tho dc.cate details, Mr.
Littleton next told of tho Insanity
which he said existed in tho mother's
family. Mrs. Thaw would como In,
sick though she Is, to toll her story.
The attorney dwelt at length on tho
subject of hereditary Insanity and of
small chances of the boy to escapo tho
destiny forged for him from his birth,
"His mother," continued Littleton,
will toll you of tho strango vagaries
of tho hov. whoso mind at times flash-
Cd with the brilliance ot a star, but at
other times was wholly deficient. Her
entry In tho diary tho day Harry Thaw
ramo to school will toll you a 'quiet,
distant, wild eyed boy came today who
could not speak a word that any of us
Littleton followed Thaw's career
through other schools nnd said ho
would produco the boy's teachers, who
would tell of his strango actions. As
a hoy Thaw traveled abroad with his
parents nnd at Romo nnd Monto Carlo
was under tho care of physlclanB. Tho
doctor who attended him at Romo and
, tho nurso who watchod by his bedside
yrt i r. r n
J V I ' A 151 J
l-AHIH. .Imiimr) m Matenif-n'
that (he tlraslllan mnhoritlpn were
warned from Parln f a plot against
the American fleet, and that the story
of the plot Is tru. Is regarded here as
HIO J AX III RO, January 13 -Police
here hare been Informed by the police
of I'arts that French anarchists hare
cotno to lUo Janeiro with the Intention
of destroying the American battle
ships. Strict precautionary measures
have been adopted by local authorities.
Swinging Insily at their anchors, the
American battleships early this morn
lnn Hpemed as though they were en
joying a well-earned rest after their
run of 3(ion miles and more from Tri
nidad They lay under the green kills
t Rio. in tho shadow of Mount Coi
ir.tad.1 that looks right down Into
S'ikii tin- streets took (Mi a lively ap
i .inuK us thousands made their way
dm n i)y tlm edge of the water, where
Hii (oiiid watch the shltia and the
l.iuiK lies dashing In and out. A warm
wt koine awaited the fleet from the
very moment the signal flogs went op
announcing its appearance, and from
i no first landing or the "liberty men
until anchor Is weighed again Itlo has
much In store for those who wish to
view Ita beauties and enjoy Its bounty. !
EntprtAinments have been arranged
for almost every hour of the day and
orac of the hours of the night as well,
but the fact that Rear-Admiral Kvans,
commander of the fleet, Is HI, is cause
I for the deepest regret.
The Brazilian officials deplore this
, the more, as they wished to make thlB
1 visit the occasion of marked attention
to the AmerlcaiiB, hut Adinlrnl Kvaus
! is suffering from rheumatism and It Is
1 fonred ho will not be able to appear at
Today Admirals Emory, Thomas and
Spcrry, accompanied by tho Captains
ot all tho battloshlps, paid a visit to
the Minister of Marino, Admiral Alen
car, who returned tho visit on board
Admiral Kvans' flagship Connecticut.
HANK TO CLOSE VOLUNTARILY.
PlIinAnn. .Tanunrv 21. The Com-
... ... t Rvinirs ,m(1 iTion
, abor nank wI goon closQ vo,untarl.
,y Th(J 8tocUilol(ier8 wlM ioso.
BANQUET TO THE OFFICE11S.
RIO nE JANElUO, January 21. The
officers of the fleet were banqueted at
the palace last livening by Admiral
NEW IMMIGRATION STATION.
WASHINGTON, January 21. Tho
House has passed the bill for an Im
migration station at Philadelphia.
TREADWELL AT LARGE.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 21.
Treadwell, tho indicted banker, lias
been released on ball.
BLAMES TRANSPORTATION MEN.
OTTAWA, January 21. Tho report
of Commissioner King ot tho ofllclal
Inquiry into Oriental immigration was
presented to Parliament yesterday. It
blames the Canadian railways and
HAMILTON BANK RESUMES.
NEW YORK, January 21 Tho Ham
ilton bank with six branches, has re
THE STORK AT MADRID.
MADRID, Junuary 21 Tho Queen ts
in expectation of an heir.
ACCUSED OF FORGERY.
HILO, January 20. Moses Lono, ac
cused ot forging a postofflco money
order, lias been held to appear at the
April term of the Federal Court. Dur
ing his examination he accused Sam
Luhiau, anothc. pupil at tho Hllo
Boarding School, of having suggested
the crime to him and of changing tho
money order. Instructions have bcon
sent for the arrest of Luhiau, who Is
cxpocted to bo brought hero on Wod-
nesday from Kawalhae. Brcckons and
Hendry have been consequently de-
at Monto Carlo, Littleton said, would
bo produced as witnesses.
In Monto Carlo, with a tomperaturo
lOt degrees, Thaw got up and dressed
himself while tho nurse was out of tho
room. In London In 1809 Thaw again
was under tho caro of a physician who
Is now upon tho ocean to appear as a
witness In tho caso. Thaw raved and
complnlned of fever, wanted tons of
Ico placed In tho room each day, but
when examined had not a degree ot
temperature above normal. This phy-
slclan declared Thaw undoubtedly In-
Littleton was frequently interrupted
by District Attorney Jeromo. After his
speech Littleton, was asked In what
manner ho would attempt to prove
Thaw sano at tho present time It he
ottered such an accumulation of ovl
denco as to progrosslvo Insanity up to
the ilmo of tho killing,
"I can only say that I will cross ray
bridges as I como to them. A man
can't ride two horses going In opposite
directions at tho samo time," ho ro-
lion I t y fimmtikm
Kt'.r..i .,f Hfi-ortt January m, M
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aemNuwIiow t. Mart rv-
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fred Mtgooft O
lohn Pvlaa and wf to Maen tdMd
Imp Co Ud 0
Bletioa Co to Yea Chin Be
rirat ttk of Hllo Ld to C MrMi tr.ll
ienlth tr to mat Bk of Miss MM
Ctrl totth. tr. to O J tUcdMrdMW.O
ftrat Bk of Hllo lAA in Ueorg t
A 1 iJtwi to W i Korbea. . . .Iter p A
A J Lmrto to W W Chamber lain.. .Pa
Xmlr Perry Mat nab to Tre of 1st
of Jane Wright ,j
Fanny Rtraacfc and hsb to Maeaa-
kala Hart u
Chan Shee (w) by atoy to Tim Lin
Chong Sb p A
Annie T X Parker by gdn to Hflfto-
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J K Sumner et al to C F Hart AM
Kmily R Conradt and hsb to Pom-
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Mrs Walluu Kohoalll to D WaiM . . D
Antonla Parao and wf to Hllo S Oo.X
John II Bit Ltd to Uml Kahoa....Kel
John L Ulalsdell et al to Treat Tr
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XBTCHAM At Wapplnger'n Falls, K.
V., Jan. 6th, Mrs. Fanny Din nan
Ketctam, aister of Mr. WHltom
Deacon. Mr. Henry Deacon ami Mr.
3. C. Axtell.
SANTOS-In Honolulu, T. H.. JaAWry
21, 1908, at 3 a. m . John K. flaalos.
a well known barber and formerly
nropiretor of the Lnlon Barber Shop.
The deceased was a member of Utc
Lusitana Society. The funeral wilt
take place this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
COCKI0TT In fcan Francisco, Janu
ary 19, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Cockett, a daughter.
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