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Voii. IX. No. 1C07.
HONOLULU, TKK1UTOHV OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, AUCH'ST 11, 1000.
Pimct. ft Ckms.
Warm Words of Approval,
for His Work
WON AGAINST ODDS
OFFICIAL AND OTHERWISE
PROUD OF llTTl
Iwjr enpm-Ity- f greatly rami that a S
More Successful Than. His Opgonen's d"LT "'" " ra oa ,rjf Eleitable Disposition a Woman's
-Moribund Land Laws Doom- ' Thtf TMMr w"f rrm"rn ,"n! H-'"Ml Reftsal to Marry Him May
I do;r. during wMcft tirue rfio will Mite ,
ed--Ready to 6a Next (,, ncw ,.ntef..m for &er ionp trrn to-' Have Caused His Strange
m. t the Sort f i Sfnu. Tfie ere- of tht- , Tliffht
Quwn or tri Tries In made np or ST.li- , B
'eh-ill Tsranrfrnr. alT ttnnr nniT rtnnlr
A larss aitetlns of tU. AiUfrii-an fetloir fit for tho wort: fr. wtfcli rh'y AuruU HerlKt. anaodatcil In the con
Settlers' Asioclatlon vi.n hnlil In :Ue nrcenitaerf r.ff rarrf tacJr wln It ;traPl t,uUdliiR trado with Charles
Mountain View Uoune lant week S.itui-comw to "natter or mlfteB at ranous HcxiJu one of the larscut resident
day to receive thn rfuort ot CnU C. V. nctis te ,Uo Xlhretutl ami OtroUne jmiianlca ot Honolulu, disappeared
Mttle on hli work In Wnnhluxtou. At- t'"i"f. Tlwr n tvmk tf ntRCin 'Irca, a xivv ot hta partner and his
ter a full report by Col. little tKilii-f 'an''i"l';e- ncy(tialntanreii three weeka ago last
tlona were passed unanimously approv- J Vl4Mdiy. He left his affairs all
Ine the work done, as tollova: ' I 11111 IPC Til TUP f tffiflV iaIlnir. a tot of unfinished buslno.
. . ..
mis comnmiee iukcr Rreai iwuhjk
In reportlnc that no time was lostuf!r
arriving at such conclusion anil toe
rnaklns such decision; that our mrra
hers, with alisorhlnK tntertnt. have
watched the stalwart Mown deals roth
rlEht and left, at Washlrctoii, hr thp
gallant Colonel, la hla liUtlfl SicriBtr
nn.' Iiiatlcc ,
We are not unmindful oEtita-nccin-
Ing labor and untiring vlRtlauce nrrt-1 Sk tltlati).v.-ritiviil .-y t U;r- given au IntereatlnR nrrount of Mr.
nary on his part to ncainnUU. timbre- SU1 " " r 5 tie Ga3 t 'Herbkt's latest known conauct and .-..
ults, and we are also mindful of tho, Heciillt Ops 'IH Screws to hiu;",
tearful odds arraved asalnst htm, Mich lunUJ rf tiedria!l5- "Thrv In-' j,jr- jiocheh'a narmtlvo Is Bubstant'-
... nm.i.i M,r -,.,tl,M. r.r
mercenary motives, beQeficiirft of tfl'
Hawaiian land ayMem
freed, unbcrupuloni O)rrei?poiu7enti(,
and all the "cuckoo" tf.ac foffa--taj
such a train.
We are proud of the rewilt. Tl
mnnv rh-inpi ffir IliA better fit rtu. Ar-v.
. . .
panic Act speak more eloqurtitfr thua
any words we mlBhtolfer. Wetave-co
fear that the crippled natr moribund "pjquie lr ik.. : 3,
land laws of Hnwalf will Iocs w"1?.rrPO,n,B,4 at !t fur sronths to xa-
as Is evidenced by the platform of lot 'p ,te pmaaitat rtcairsv Thr Nay 3t-
tne itepUDiican nnu inuepenusni par
ties. AU the people of Karal! nos-.da
mand tht Homestead t.ar. The oVd.
time-trie., popular honictcad W wttl
soon Rladuen the htnrtK or trio hc)me -
less In our new Tcrrrrory. ThTertir
Hesolvcd, That we cnttgnittilnte Col-'
onel Little on lift, grtat suncetfi la he -
lialf of popular goicrnment, and of his '
:;:sr ,otnrge;:; .
and dlspobltlon or the pumTc iutnfs in '
the Hawaiian Islands. We extend to
hlm our tlnccre thanks' flir Mh tatwr
In our behalf, und predict that when
the beneSceut Influence of Jut laun
and faithful administration thereof be
gins to be felt, n tlinnUfuT people, wish
ing to bestow upon the .initio r thIr
heartfelt gratitude, wilt nil poCnt tOwi ahl and tU latorara tien we. t Jrjwtrs and a desk, and found a bun
our representative and proctaCra "Tnouftl,c(r hoe. Jiaekln Ulm bcdlj-. Tho Idle .;t papers tied up. Ono letter was
nrt the man!"
QUEEN OF ISLES IS
ROHM) Fill? MArKirilJS
Has Fcur Missionaries of the'
American Board of Con
The American gasoffnij si-Uooace
Queen ot the Isles, Utchtv&l tsattr,
from San Francisco, arled off port at
about 12:30 o'clock last night and came
In at an early hour this rattening. She
remained In the bay for a abort ttau,
a Custom House officer boarded her and
then she hauled alongside the Emmra
The Queen of the Isles sailed from
San Francisco July 2C and. Is now on
her way to the Caroline Islands. It
will be remembered that the rect ar
rived In San Francisco about ten weeks 6
ago niter a trip to the Caroline. suoiter a flne trt nX thirteen. !aya Ir.m
was completely overhauled tied all tiengan saarfjc. She has, a. full i.arto of
neceseary repairs were made no that general cierrbualiu srzaisued to H. . twnrnce, a fear among his acqnalr.
Captain ILItclifetd, who Is himself to ) Harkf eld & Ct.. MX. IvHaiei In tMi tanren tliat bo had committed milci'le
owner of the boat, haa a much staunch- 1, niiout Jiifl tnanat auiihinw for th'j and, as n tauso for this last, that a
er vessel than sho was sines firrt
The schooner Queen of the Tsles Is t
trim little boat, built 011 xry much
the same plan as the Surprise- and
Eclipse of these waters but nmcli I.irs-
er. She has auxiliary gurolinc pn-trfCo.s stor Ioum,
and carries a small gasoline launch furl Hotel ttrrrtt.
work at the various Islands. I
The passengers In the schooner aclf
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas dray. Miss A. A. jour on a new- SP Use Trftssc
1'almer and Mlna J. C. Fosa. JJJ. rtiurlMtsfe to'he-tase-jryitliff vsaeOL
r r.uuml ftvr Vttfcipr to tbr CYtrmfti"
wMthtr they atr aehttt etit by th'
American Itosril of iWCtiOBrtattlfcwj.
Church, tuU irk I vlim the ti'cvnlc.n
of tlii Cangnettltmat Mlstdmi la Ft-
npe, ilopnit by order ot tho sTonnbJ-.
Koicrucivat jears im.
MIh IVImtr, a native nf tuwu, arC
. .iou,. , ia aitk?
i iriuim ... m. wi- iihiiiuuk tin o
vlatt with tfn.fr people at Iwnm. The.
' ladlcis.nUUitr.aaJ.lIrA. Cray, arc not,
tnlctof? too much alone with thm as
l I he Mtrnt nf their star hi not :! I
Ix-en nettled on.
f Tflo Xxtn at tho Me Tim a full
nrso. ol nyppl!K for tie nlwta el
tlx (.amllnc Jlnaff. re.ui.. n-rctru-
dlse tor trariteK pnrtwxsi. Her tnrrr-
iu mv buu m.avii
turtnrsl adav nttivtt the fni-wfnc
, aiUftam froa Op2ua V1JA, na-1
'! "KuT.Jjljrafi Stcrjiryef thtiSavv,
Sh p :Vj.tSuCurtlb-
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"- Fr. .
waeTJruiitaa:osiJ aie waiaK.11
dlCl 31t, iTUUtb tie -au3iril
stimtllic 51 TaIbialttli7v3ll si-
j t " , rT : "hid alivady obtained Information on
lu",'h? watiWRsia.Iy.ajt fu()Jcct ,,. fln,1nK hlm.
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1. Tat aula lajary scsaxsa
-,,,w ,,. - .. ...
ev.::s i,,,,,,.,! that ft ic'c
'-ipartnnvt Mtturixd Ojtan Wllit lo
patch hw op with tesvoaiy.iprin, In
,.neritwt 'rVfc-:tOTTntv-Cr,,M,.lbaiit IlKurlug on some big Jobs. I
CMjt forsoMcr. Tttse PKltn ulllsiaaiJ.
w3aftrfunrorsijtraann.cf ttt dui -
atttr M tht OrrjnT5 labate bv the
'tutaucUitiiialWs3h!n jSon.it Idts'-ccs
i.ptcced hLm&l&tiy w'an thratS5iry
1 ptmuntaV itqal-s
trouble ai ljupahoehoe
Ullo. Arte. 'J There was an attack
by Jupautsn on luo IitojI luna at liu
pahneluxi plautallou tin Mnutlay after
noon hlcli. uilphi laxve ended rtou
ly. It focuii that Uiit Jnpaiute In one
of tiro ramps objecttd to tue actlou ol
the lima .itu!. aovoulted. hlra. He riiow-
Muua trao rescued ami cnrrl-d t Ms
room.ard ut IxUfpast five la Uw att--
nckm .x noKEe rtartcii tor in imn
w her the
1 refrajtarj Uirerj nere ajul
uhIUik tUo tou.10 tapturtd
'(ic9iitMii. One of the rlUKlead-a
Jumped front n svttnii Mory wlninV
.and viaa Mrltmsly Injured. Tho ri.t
of the ica are in JHU and It Ia roped?-!
1 against iftvm on Satorctay- Herald.
COIN. FROM tllUK.
Evidently 1 1 Ho has man.' money than
she knows whut to clo -u-llli far the
rbrancVkot.tuc'Virst llanU of Itan-alllrn
ithac tmrireeKjluwii Htty-tmc taekti of,
corn hr tfie KEnaa today. The nmixmt ,
(a iwjmk aasl uc money ia consifirta
to the mala brasch of thn lstafc here;
Sngr Ob IbhsB.
Tim iCTmir reiKirw the foffowfm: ti -
ear on Hawaii np tu Friday, August 10: l
GiO; HakalasL. Jfti0i Kukalav. 5Wft
Laupabixiisa.StflO; tlniun-pa. :W; Ku
kulhadp. id; Hnsatzsc 400; Innaluu,
2300; WafBafcu; TSSHHi; IL P. 8. it.
1 1500; WaUkcA. CW0: Ookala alt asd
Paanoau. 940. Total ot C1.:t5 Uwa.
Tha baric Attect artiutfjwtBcuar at-
Mellryde Hneiu- Co. Tho AJU-rt broui;iit
sixteen head of nor! Uir lb ft llaco
Iuhj Slack. Yjrds CU.
I flrr.it sale of boots ux anco at 5
cents ea Sit dollar at 'L. E. Xt-rr k
ctrarr ol TbrS xnl
I think 7Tt szav a ride rn.?cf this
.Contractor Aug. Herbst
Has Not Been Seen
for Three Weeks.
j. v . .cciine
.LtAVfcj nlJ ArrAIKj
iu .it MftVCCT CM IDC
' n"'M, JHAi E
loclydcd. lint, different from what of-
ittn 2uppena In ulnillar rases, M
) Hit tot failed to leave nnythlnR hehlnd
whlr.h ran lie nlaccd ni:alnst his honor.
At the time he passed out ot rIkM,
iMr. rlr(t was RiipcrlntcndlnR the nil
I.StnK touch.-! of a $10,000 partner
htSp ioti In the hulldliiR of a house for
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i'.r. hruuiiKi ill. ..iiiiuim .uiit'y, llli.
'pmto.r aeen by n llulletln reporter
jelly ae follows, but his rrferenco to a
J-jum; In the case was drawn out of
ubn liy doequcstlonlnB. Tho reporter
, .,, thuuRnt rgt tllat Ucrl,gt Mn(l R(nu,
cT to Ret married, as he had been talk'
litc tliat way for some tunc. 1 va
7i.r'lnK on a )oli t Kewalo, while S.-J
J ' ,,!!k',,K u", ,h" v"n,,; 'l,cn
(""tot did not ahow up for thrco day,
l M t"-at IoT-
"Hl leaving the work and Roln
-' """" y'iB a w
ttrnKe to ino because lie wi
oru wci i)
. 7';ut t( lnu "0U11U nt which ho live-!,
"ntr' - althouRh nobody wus in ut thu
'time. 1 rould'nco through the wlndowa
hl tlclhca hanging up, hla trunk and
Jbr thlitga, nml 1 thought he had gone
'o2 to cet married. The lady next dco-
U.IJ mo tluit thia was tho supposition
uf Uie nclr.lilxira.
"A week afterwards 1 found the la ly
1 til-: bouw! at liomo and usked Lur
7;ht' Herbst was. She said, '1 do-i't
know.' 1 said, '1 thought you went to
Ktt married.' 1 told her: 'Thero t
tuai-.thlns wrong. I have aomo bills
aud heme receipts here, aud I want to
K-t at the bottum ot this.'
"Willi her consent I searched bureau
Jddr.WK-d to Mr. Muhlcndorf, his
uoailmn on the contract, and ono In
"" . bu.k ucr nm uuo uuuicoi-n
it0 tr' and sbo cried out, as alio looked
at it. 'Hy Uod, I am atrald he has com-
"l went to the Hank ut Hawaii and
found llcibst had left on deposit thero
all Uhs money belonging to tho firm
JL-h.-'Ii liu had received, besides some
I belonging tu himself. There was a
lliifei on lop of the bundle I had found
. olt.'i written 011 it something like: '1
'v.aut to leave as an honest man, 1
, den't waut uuyunc to think I have ibno
T think ho was demented, because
the men told me ho would sit down
In thq barn, while attending to the job
.ip uie valley, with his Hands over His
I "Ho dealt with mo fair and square
jlle s.sh an honest man on the Coast ns
'' here. In business matters he
was an honest man. Ills only troubljs
were with women. He lived with Iitf-
flrrt wlto alxteeu years, then gcttlns .1
divorce married again but stayed with
tit second only two years. A son and
11 daughter of bis are both married in
Oakland, and both his first and second
wIvch are living though divorced from
The Information the reporter had n
hand, before seeing Mr. Hoesch, com-
prlacil tho fact of Mr. Herbst's dlsap
widow to whom ho claimed he was vu
Kaged had declined lo marry hlm.
had 11U0 Iteeu stated that the lady, lif
ter (its disappearance, sent for ilorlut j
tools but whs refused them by Mr.
Kuesch. This gave color to 11 tlu-ori
Hut the lady had been apprised lo
Hcrlii-l uf where he was going. f
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1 mip. .Ma,-, iiMunhliih .' 1. ',i'iiiii"ii.
iGenuuu f.uuily, Is tho lady
It (with her son and daughter in Chrlstlev
llant. Tho ton 11 a bright young nan
lie wears n I'enlel Mlfi". nuttoii 1.1
his cont lapel, nml Is able ami expresv-.i
hlmsdf as mure than nlllliix In sup.
port hi mother and sister, Ills trade
Is that of a rnrpvnlrr. Althmuh I.'
respects Mr lli-rhat and Rives htm the
same, good name as Mr. Itoesch does, he
has not rarrd to work for hlm on ac
count of tho man's peculiar dlspiKltlon.
Ilorlut Is ilcsrrllii-d ns morbid nml ex
citable. While nwaltlnx Hie return
home of his mother, at " o'clock yet
terday, Mr. Il.ilic, frankly discussed 11k
mystery of Mr. Ilcrbsl's dlsappe tr
ance. Upon her nrrlvnl Mrs. Italic ;1
tiuestlotud clilclty to nstertaln If there
were a probability that Mr. Herbal hid
Rone away to do harm to himself, giw
stated that on rcailliiR his note she
found nothing to Indicate n sulchhl
purpose. While he did not say tthoie
he was going, he promised that on
reaching his destination he would
write. Mrs. Hahe's Impression Is that
ha cither took second-class passage In
a steamer or went In a sailing vcsl
to the Coast. Ills prevailing excltl
blllty, which she mentioned, wns due ?(.
She asserted that Mr. Herbst wool I
have married her If she had consented,
which she had not done, as It wns be:
desire to remain u widow. Her declin
ing of his overtures In that regard,
however, she did not think had any
thing to do with Mr. Herbst's disap
pearance. He had said before the fami
ly different times that ho could no"
get nlong well with his partner anil
wanted to give up the partnership. In
fact, he had talked a great deal lot
terly of going away.
Mr. Miihlcnilorf snjs the nolo to him
did not reveal Mr. Herbst's Intended
destination. He does not think tliers
Is nnythlng serious about the case
"Probably he Is In the country taking
a rest, having not been feeling well n:.'
account of the heat."
ANCIENT CASE DECIDED
In the case of .Mary C. Aldrlch, Helen
11. King, Helen M. Seal, Henry S. Swl-i-
ton, Charles K. S. Swlnton and Norm-in
Drown, n minor by W. C. King, his
next frlefld, against I'rlscllla K. H-i.i-singer,
Henrietta K. Iloss, Annie II.
Turton nniUDfiiiAUs K. Iliown. Jii.Je
Humphreys has signed a decree order
lug that I'rlscllla 11. Hassluger, Henri
etta K. Iloss and Annie H. Turton to
execute and deliver lo .Mary C. AldrlJi,
Helen II. King, Douglas K. Ill own .mil
Norman llrown n vnllld ipilt claim dee
ot the premises, with the nppurl-n-nnces,
situate nt Mnnamnna In Hono
lulu. The piemlsei adjoin the prup
city of II. W. Schmidt In llerelnnla
Rtrrct and contain 1170 fathoms more
or less. Defendants pay costs. This
cause originally was brought UEaln.it
the late W. Jai. Smith In his lifetime,
nml heard then by Justice Dole of the
Supreme Court who, however, never
tendered a decision thereon, The de
cree Is based on the Court's Hading Unit
Smith wns a trustee of the premises.
and his heirs thu defendants succeed
him ns trustees, for tho benefit ot tho
nephcwR and nieces ot Mnrtha C. Sw 1 1
tou. The case has pended In equity for
eight or ten yenrs.
Judge Humphreys gave Judgment for
plaintiff for $:!0U and costs In C. S.
Desky vs. Mrs. Thomas Lack. A mo
tion to arrest Judgment was denied.
Knhal et nl vs. 1.. Ahln ct al. Is ill.',
continued by J. M. I'oepoe for plaintiff.
Kekn asks to bo appointed guardian
of Knlllkca, Ills half sister and nn al
leged Idiot, who owns lcnl estate need
Judge Silllinan has found for the de
fendant In J. A. Mugoou vs. J. S. Wal'i-
FORIilGNIiRS .MUST LIIAVB.
Yokohama, July SO..IA11 olllclnl tele
gram, dated Shanghai the 27th, re
potts Unit actoidlng to Information
received tu a lell.ible quaiter, signs ef
an outbreak of mobs being upprcheju'
cd In Yunnan, the French Consul In
McngUz lus advised the To re Ik 11 resi
dents there to ovaruato the ptaco, md
that the Chief Customs Commissioner
has already left.
Again In Klungchow-,, Hainan Island,
Kwanktung, n bogus rniicrlnl edict,
said to lmv eorlglnntcd with Prlirc
Twan, having been published, the pub
lic has been very much excited In tho
Halhnw and Hainan ports, so that the
native Customs officials in tho two
plares have asked for the speedy des
patch of tho rovrnuo steamer.
Remain' Little Game,
Shanghai, July 20, Tokyo Aslmhi.
"One nt Neuter's correspondents re
ports that theio Is no actual danger
In Newrhwang, ami that tho ruunrs
saying there Is hnve been set afloat by
thu Itusslans In order to hasten the
exodus of foreigners from Unit p.irl
tlierrb) fiu-llltnlliig Us military occupa
tion by themselies."
Hllo. Aug. II. The Santiago S'iHi-,1
on Thursday morning for San l-'inu-i-Ikcii
with n fi.1I 1 argo of sug-ir and the
fallowing imHsengcis: Mis. A. II. Lo
bcustcln, MIuhch Loibensteln (21. Mrs,
Pomeroy and son, E. Ilailiaw, llr.ry
Flterre, L. D. Cannrln, II. J, Mrl'nnnuii,
It. It. ilrggs. W. Caoghey.
He Believes That There's
Enough Labor Lying
JAPANESE WILL LIKELY
COME BACK TO WORK
Nothing Done As Yet Regarding Other
Sources of Labor Japanese
Government To B: Heard
C. llolte. secretary of tho Hawallen
I'lautcrs' Association, was asked If
there was anything new In tho labor
"There Is absolutely nothing," sild
Mr. llolte. "I think the labor problem
w III right itself In time. Somo of thu
plantations have now nil tho labor tiicy
require, whlio others are short.
"Their are enough Japanese In the
country to supply all the present needs.
Those that struck work when contract
ceased lo be binding will probably, to
a large extent, soon get tired of earn
ing nothing and go back to the planta
tions. "No; nothing has been done ns yet
toward getting labor from other
sources, llverythlng Is at sea, as you
say. In that respect.
"The trouble with the Japanese It
that they want to live In town where
they find pleasure. They are Just like
children. I.lfe on the plantations W
filled with monotony and long hours 1 f
labor. Although more money Is lo be
saved there, out of a given amount of
wnges, than In town, life Is dreary even
to the white people on a plantation.
"Now, although the Japanese can grt
perhaps u dollar a day at odd jobs In
town, there nre so many. of them thai
employment Is Irregular. They may
have woik 11 few days In the mouth nml
be Idle the rest of the time. Upon ,1
plantation, how ever, nn liiduHtrbuM
Japanese niny earn a dollar and a quar
ter a day throughout the month. It
may not be In lived wages, but the
iiuuiagt'is are glnd to give their lalioi
eis contracts. Tunc Is economy In
"No: the matter of bank deposits be
longing to tho Japanese laborers was
not the only cause of the strikes, Tha.
however, was Investigated by Mr. Abe
11 serietnry of tho, Japanese Foreign
Ofilco, along with the whole labor situa
tion In the Islnnds. It will bo two
months before n decision nn Ids repoit
may be expected from the Japanese
Iwakaml, Hotel street, Is offering, a
new lino of linen centerpieces for ta
bles, embroidered In fancy colors.
1 Ulfffi AT FEED
What Ought to Have Been a Most
Pleasant Occasion 13 Marred
Through Words Talen, Of
fensively by Guests.
Tha Hawaiian liar Association held
Its annual banquet last night at Hi-.-Hawaiian
hotel. It was In the ally
lanat nn the Ewa end of the main
building that the festive board was
spread. Manager J, W, Allen did him
self proud In lights, decorations an
All would have gone merry ns a mar
rlago bell but that, when "tho feast
of lenson and flow of soul" should hivo
been In full tide, n specter of discord
arose and moved a writ of "hnvo his
corpse." Tho effect was In put nil the
learned sprlghtllncss duo to the or
nislou In cold storage,
lion, Paul Neumann, president of th'
liar Association, was master of Hie
feast. Ills proverbial ginlallty and
ready wit winked ns an estoppel In l)
end to what ntheiivbo would have
beru an Irredeemably soured Ilmile lo
Judge M. M. Esteo of tho I'nltid
Suites Olsttlit Court wus I lie guest
of honor ou the light, ami Justice ('. A
(ialhr.ilth of tho Hawaiian Suptcmrf
Court that on thn left of the pieslden'.
with next to hlm Judges Humphrey,
and .Silllinan of the First Circuit dm t,
Hon. W. 0, Smith, former Attornev
(Irnernl. occupied the vire chair, with
I'nlttd Stales District Attorney J. ('.
Ilalrd 011 his rlalit ami Hawaiian At
torney (Icuernl 12. T. Dole on his lfl
Members of the Association nt the ta
ble were: Hon. W. A. Yt'httlng, licit.
Lorrlu A. Thurston. W. A. Kinney. IU
P. Mead. A. A .Wilder, J. T. De lloIU
llnnili Johnson, t F. Peterson, J. at
Davidson, 1. I., Weaver, II. II. Mr
Clanahau. (Itorge D. dear, S. M, Hal
loo. A. Lewis. T. McCants Stewart, IT.
I.. Marx. 1). II. Cane. F. M. Ilatrh. Ile.j.
lions. J. W. Catheart, J. M. Monsarral.
A. O. M. Robertson, l.orrln Andrews.
F. M. Ilrnoks. F. J. Merry. S. K. Kn-n.
W. A-. Ilenihnll. T. M. Harlson.
Mr. Ilalrd responded to the toast
"The I'lesldent of the Flitted Stalej,
.Mr. Hatch. "Governor Dole;" Jirl?
llstee, "Tho Supreme Court of the
l'nlte.1 States;" Mr. Do Holt. "The lu
dlclary;" Mr. MiClanahan. "The
llench;" Mr. Dole, "The t.idlcs."
Mr. MiClanahan in his speech told j
story of an Irishman run over by c
train whose detached head, according
to a cartoon, asked, "In faith, phl
was that?" Tho allusion was taken at.
directed at recent proceedings held 07
First Circuit Judge Humphreys. Thi
much was accepted without audible or
visible demurrer, but when the orator
proposed to speak of the bench from t
personal standpoint Messers. Galbral'.h.
Humphreys and Sllllmnn quietly roir
innd left the banqueting apaitmeut.
Mr. Gear, afterward, being called uj?
by Jocose remarks at his expense frois
j Mr. Dole, administered a mild roat t e
iiiu -niKcr im nun tmciiucu uie mem
ber of the Judiciary.
The chairman with nn Incisive re
mark quashed the unpleasantness.
Mr. Thurston later referred to tht
subject, when railed on for remarki.
expressing his belief that Mr. Mcl'lans
han had meant nothing offensive. Tit
doiibtedly he said that friction beluitu
bench nml bar had follow" cd the reciia
changes In the personnel of the Jr.o.1
clary. There hnd been practically 1.
revolution In the procedure of the rir
cult Court. It was not strange there
should be friction. Th cold shoe was
easier fitting than a new one, and eia
furniture mnro comfortable than novt
Still, there was nothing so serious th.tt
time would not remedy.
Mr. Hensbnll asked tho president II
icmarks had been made which could b
construed Into a reflection upon the
Judges. He received (ho reply, "If yot
ask me that question, I will say be
cause It was lato and It looked llfcr
Dr. P. ('. Leslie and wife weie nmnni
tho through piibsengers In tho Hong
kong Maru, These two nml 11 party ot
missionaries, consisting In all of a tloi
en or mote, were attacked by Uoxeii
while Hieing from the llonan province
to Shanghai. Dr. Leslie was cut mil
briilsid In such a frightful conditlcn
that even now, he must bo carrliil
about whereever he wishes to go. If.
went ou for n ride about the city thlt
morning with his faithful wife.
Dr. and MrH. Leslie are of the Can.i-dlnn-l'rcHbytcrlan
Mission and were as
signed to tho llonan province for duty.
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