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36 THE PROGRESSIVE AMERICAN PAPER 3fe
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
You. X. No. 1787.
HONOLULU. TKKMITOllY OF HAWAII. WKDXKSDAT. IUAK01I 1!J 1001
1'JtlUE 5 Oknta.
Report of Judiciary Com-
mittee in Senate This
MAJORITY AND MINORITY
TALK LONG ON THE MATTER
Finally Adopted Senator Baldwin
i Wanted it Tabled to be
Considered With Min
The first work of ltniiurtuncc In tlu
Senate this morning was the report of
Sir. Knnuha for the W'ajs and Mean
Committee In which the passage of
Senate Hill No. .', relating to the bien
nial fiscal pciloil of the Torrltor) of
Hawaii. On motion of Mr. C. Ilrowi.,
the report wns adopted nnd. ou fur
ther motion, It was ordered typewrltti n
to ho read the thlid time tomorrow.
v Mr. White reported for the Jndklnry
Committee on Senate Hill No. 1 ns fed
I The majority of jour Judiciary Com
mittee to whom the nbove bill wns re
ported, respectfully beg to report thai
they hae carefully examined nnd con
sidered the same nnd recommend that
said bill do not pass. The said hill
presents many vicious and Incqultnblej
features, chief nmong which Is that
five of the majority party In the Senate
would ho appointed to terms of onlf
two years, while only two of the min
ority party would be appointed to such
rmt, If said hill should pass. The Gr
ille Act expressly proldes that "tho
nils of apportionment shall be pro
ed by the Legislature." and the ma
jority of the committee deems It wise
that In so doing, we follow ns nearly ns
practicable the practice vvhlih prevail!
in the Legislature of the several Stntea
In regard to the election of United
Wo therefore recommend a Conc.it '
lent Resolution providing for n Joint
, session of the two Houses of this Legis
lature and the election by tho mem
bers thereof In such point session of
eight Si nature who shall hold their
offices for tho term of four oars. Tho
majority of the committee are ndvlsnl
that such n Concurrent Resolution em
bod) Ing this Idea will be Introduced nt
on early day.
This report at once gao rise to a
gieat deal of argument on ni count if
the provisions contained therein, pro
viding for a Joint besslon of the two
bouses. Mr. Ilahlwln mined to lay th
repot t on the table nnd Mr. Knnura
;ovcd the approval of the report.
Mr. C. Drown Mid thnt It wns peeu
ar procedure to apptove the report of
the majority of the commltteo bcfoio
the minority had had n chance. II"
had not even been informed by tl.3
chairman of the lommtltee that tltete
as to he a meeting of the Judicial v
Committee. He could not for the llf"
f him see how the Organic Act could
, osslbly be Interpreted as providing
for n Joint session. On the contrary, "t
was directly contrary to the Organic
If It was wished to put nut nil six
Republicans nnd one Home rtuler. well
and good but the Senate should do
things according to law.
Mr. Carter said thnt. If the mnjorlty
Intended to Ignorje the minority, it
would be best to know that fact nnd
tjen, the latter could go ahead and
I) addition to"COLLBGE IIILL8"
suburb, we offer the following city
S'J.nOO House and lot, oo2oo at Sea
Stt.iiOO 6 Room House, Stable, etc , In
' Puuonul. Lot lootioo
$0,000 7 Room House, erv.int quarters
fernerv, etc., locatej on PrfxpeC
St., commanding a mai;nlh;ent
85,800 6 Room Houw, fine Unil. soln-
dldly located near Oahu Col'ege.
$5,000 H acre In Kallhl, 5 room cottage,
table, servant' hnue.etc, near
Kamehameha IV Road.
10,000 7 Room House on Derrtanla Ave.
Lot 80 ft. wide runs through to
$4,000 Lot icomoo, Kewalo, containing
$5,000 Acre for subdivision, jut off
PR, 000 Lot 1 10x150 on Keeaumokii St.,
near Wilder Ave.
2,750 Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
'Detailed Information will be given upon
application at our office.
'McClellan, Pond & Co.
Tl. .MAIN &). JUDD UUILDING
present thilr reports In order to get n
hearing btforo the Senate
Mr. Achl said that, oven If the resolu
tion were adopted and n Joint session
were arranged for, he would not nttenJ
such a session even If he were to lone
pcn his life Such n procedure wai
contrary to the Organic Law Hy tb
adoption of the report, the Scnu'u
would be trampling established rut-,
into the ground. He had never heard
of an such thing In this country ovtr
since the time of Knmehntneha. Wh.it
ho wanted was fair pla).'' The nctloj
of the mnjotlty In the Senate was his i
handed and ttngcntlemnuly. Some day,
this would be regretted.
Mr. Paris nsllcd Mr White If ho lial
given Mr C. Ilrown notice of the meet
ing of the Jinllilar) Committee at
which the bill referred to In the re
port had been considered Mr. White
answered thnt Mr. Ilrown had been tlw
Introducer of the bill and naturally, he
would wish it to pass.
Mr. rnrls then went on along tlir
same llnc ns the other Hcpnbtlt.a.i
Senators. He was another who could
not set how the Organic Act providing
of ra Legislature could be Interpreted
to mean that Joint sessions could h
held. It was specially provided that
the houses Should sit separately.
The motion of Mr. Ilahlwln, to Iny
the report on the tabic to betonsldcie 1
with the minority, was lost nnd the
motion to ndopt the report wns carried
At 11 40 the Scnato took a recess
until 1:30 p. m.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO
LOOK INTO THE MATTER
Committee Appointed This Morning
Confer With Governor Dole to
Determine the Proper
The regular monthly meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce was held to
day with a barn quorum present.
J. U. Atherton, chairman of 'he
quarantine wharf (ommlttee, rcporre I
that tho committee had waited upon
(iovernor IJolo nnd requested him to
Include nn item of $7,933 OG in his re
commendation for appropriations to
the Legislature. This sum Is the
amount now due Castle & Cooke for nl
values made to the Chamber of Coir
merce on account of the Quarantine
wharf, when It wns constructed nn 1
managed by that body.
No tepl) was mnde by Governor Dol '
to the show lug nudo hy the committee.
"Progress" wns thercforo noted in the'
minutes and the committee retained i
Mr Atherton brought up the Hull-
Jett of n Hawaiian delegate nt the I'an-1
American Imposition nt Buffalo, which,
wns tabled at last meeting. Ho sa 1 j
the exposition wns to be a ver) Import
ant nffnlr nnd believed this Territory I
should be represented. He moved the
appointment of u committee to con
fer with Oovernor Dolo nnd ascertain
whnt steps wero contemplated by the
government In tho matter. Tho com
mltteo appointed, consists of J. II.
Atherton, II. K. Wnlty and C. L. Wight.
New York, Feb. 20. To morrow
morning, nctordlng to 11 Tribune spe-
clal from Washington, tho Postotlko
Department will destroy nbout r, 1,000
postal cards w hlch belonged to tho Re
public of Hawaii. There arc nbout 28,
000 1-cent nnd 23,000 2-ccnt cards to
bo burned. This lust remnant of Ha
waii's postal servlco will be placed In
n big furnace especially constructed
by tho redemption division for the
puiposo of destroying the postngo
stnmps and poMnl cards of TTawnli'i
republican government. Two weeks
ago nil of tho Hawaiian uncancelled
postage stamps obtainable wero burn
ed. Their faro value was about $m.
000, but If tho department hnd had t'10
power to sell them, at Itast $100,000
would have been given for them hy en
lu prising collectors.
On Saturday. Maich 1G, Jns. I'. M01
i:nn will hold the most Important mic
tion sale of business piopcrt) evr
known In the city. This Includes tho
noted Rooko propert) and will furnish
a splendid opportunity for Investors
Terms nre onc-hnlf cash and balance
011 six per tent mortgage.
WARD-In this city March 13 1901.
Mis nilznbeth Waul, aged 5 )eius.
RHDUCTION RU.13 Of
hats at iwakami's,
The steamer Sierra after a snjendld
run of n dn)s and 10 hours from Sm
I'rnnclsco arrived this afternoon. Slw
has aboard as passenge.s tha delegii
tton of M)stle Shrlners that were ex
pected. Thero are over two hundred
of the pilgrims nnd they nro from
Michigan mostly but their numbeis
were swelled by recruits picked up ou
the way to San Prauclsco. All togeth
er there are nearly three hundred of
them Tho chief pilgrim Is Low a
Windsor the Imperial I'otentato of
North America. Tho commlVee of ai
rangements with him nre a. V. Bin
clnlr. T. W Strnhand. Cfias. K. Kink.
C. I). Qulgliy. J C Hurtner. nil of
Grand Ilnplds, Mich.. P W L)lenndJ.
A. Walcott of Downglac, .Mich., nnd L
L Wood of Nllca. Mich.
The Sierra left Sin 1'iantlsco ou
March 8, at S p m nnd on the wnv
over the bar It wns so rough nnd the
wind was so high that the pilot. Cap
tain Kreemnn, had to be kopt aboirJ
and wns brought here The stcaiufri
Coptic left San I'rnnrlsco seven houtt
ahead of the Slerru When tho big ves
sel with liir visitors wns off the harbot
they were met by tho tug Fearless hav
ing a committee of reception of local
Shrlners aboard. These boarded tho
Sierra nnd greeted their brethren. Th
reception committee-consists of Dr. C.
II. Wood. I)r Onlbralth, O. J. Prvc,
II, K. Webster. Andrew Ilrown nnd
A great crowd collected nt thn
Oceanic w barf to meet the Shrlners nnd
the driveway lending to the wharf wai
lined with buses, carriages and auto
mobiles. Many of tho visitors went
direct to the Moann hotel and others'
to the Hawaiian.
The visitors are nearly nil rcprescn-l
latlve business men nnd their trip hoio!
is ror pleasure and tho installation oti
Alohn Temple primarily but secondnr-f
lly the fleld will be thoroughly canvas-1
sed for business openings nnd nn cxtyn-1
slon of trnde.
Tor OSS Slerrn, March 13 Miss
L Andeison II Ashie) nnd wife, J
T. Ashworth. I. W Atkins, Jos Alor,
J. II Harnett nnd wife, R C Ilnrr,
I)r I.. Ilarth and wife, C. Dicker, I..
fl. !!r Dr J I. Henobo nnd wife
Rs. ft Ka fc P-j Pjj r-s a P-3 Pa "a
The nnnolntment of Gcorce D Oe.r
to be Circuit Judge of the First Clr-
vnn nun miiiumi-u u) iiil- ovimiu
Washington, Feb 27. Senator Per
kins' amendment to the sundry .civil
bill appropriating $r,00,000 for n cable
from S.in rrnnclsco to Honolulu, wns
stricken out b) tho Commltce on Ap
propriations today after a vigorous
fight had been made In Its behalf.
"It's not that wo don't want a ca
ble," s.iid one of the committee today.
"On the contrnry we nro earnestly In
favor of telegraphic eommunicntlon
with Hawaii and the Philippines, hut
the Senate has dnno nil It can townrd
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tho building ufu table, am! tho matter
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Is now up to the limine. A )ear ago
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the cable bill passed tho Senate Speak-
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er Henderson has hail It In his power,
nt any time during this session to,
bring up the bill, which In alt proh
ability would pass I believe, thero Is
an overwhelming sentiment In tho
House In fnvor of table construction. 1
but so long ns tho nutnciat of tho'
House Interposes his edict the matter
cannot oven bo considered "
NO TRACE OP WRECK.
San rruntlsio, March t Tho Jn
pain so divers, who are proving them
selves to be wonderful woikcrB nt ex
treme depths, vvtre out again for bov -
eral hours )esterday tr)lng to locate
tho wreck of the Rio, On Saturday,
they began with tho red buo) and tho
spot where Pilot Jordan 'located" the
wreck, and worked backward and for
ward for nearly, a mllo to the west
They changed thilr tactics )estcrdn)
tr)lng tho bottom ni-urer tho shore and
close up to the reef In most of tholr Hawaii Tolerate lwllel," has beon 3
work they walked on the bottom, fil-lsued In pamphlet form li) the Chrh,
lovv lug their boat which wns In tow of tlan church All Territorial laws be ir
the tug Alert. Again the) found no lur upon the subject are Included In the
1) Ilenebe. Mrs M L llt-ttls. KW.
Illnck, Miss M Illnckmnn. J. lllnkcdey,
Dr 1 N Ilonino. J. It llordeaux, W.
W. Ilranch and wife J. K Drown and
wife, Dr J W Hi own. Dr O. C. Hun
ting, J. S Caldwell. Mrs T. M. Calla
han. D V Campbell J C Oamphcll
nnd wife. Miss Campbell, It. F. Cnrr,
Mrs. nil Chase. (1 Chlera nnd wife.
Chns. Chlpmnn and wife. O. M Clark.
Miss M Clark, jas. Ci)ne, Miss T.
Clyno, A. J. Coffee. I) L Cornwall
nnd v.lfe. i: J Cotton II Cramer,. I.
I' Cratei and wife. II A. Crawford.
Miss A Crawford, J K Crow lit nnd
wife. Mr Cunnlnghnm W II. Currier
nnd wife. J S CiiltU II L. Dewe),
Mrs, J. Klcklnson. C. Dlefenderfer
nnd wife. C V D)kemnii and wife,
F O. Kvans nnd wife Samuel Kelt
and wife James Kennell C K Kink,
J. J Klsher, J L Fuller. T F Oar
ratt. S S Ottchill, E. Gilbert. O A.
Gregg. Miss L. Hnag. Dr T S Hnckcr,
A Ilalllda) I) I) Hanover J C Her
Kener I. C Hill nnd wife J t) Hols-
man, J II Ho.vnrd and wife II How
ell. A Hromnila nnd wife C A. Hun
gerford and wife, W (J P Jacobs.
N J. Johnson, S Johnson Mrs O P.
Jones, Miss M. K. -ones, A W Judd.
C O. Judd, W Knreh P Kettering nnd
wife. King F V. Knaiisc, () F. Kuhls,
Miss C Kuhls, J, II. Lnmhlo and wire,
D. W I.awTenco. It T l.e-e. F W.
Lewis and wife, 11. W Lombard, K.
A. I.ott. J Lowell. Miss R. M Lowell.
P. W. Lvle. W It McC.regor. A. wt
.Miller. Mrs J F Moore J. C Moore
A i:. Morloy and wife. A Monlson,
Lewis Morrison. J Mownt L. O. Nov
llle. J. II Palln. St. C Pnrrv. 8. 8
I'nttiiu. L. T. Pecktind wife, (leo II
Perry. Mlts i. Perry. O i:. Peterson.
W F. IVteison nnd wifo 8 R. Phtlpa
nnd wife, T. I. Phelps and wife, C. C.
Phllbrlek. Mrs. A. II Pltkens, F. T
Prltchard and wife. Mrs. C. V. Pureell,
C. II. Qulglcy and wife, J. M. Ray
mond, O. N Relchnrd and wife, Mrs.
A. Ileiehard. S. O. He) nobis, Mrs. W.
O Rogers, I.. Rosenthal, J D. Rom.
II. W Row ell, O. Schoflehl. W A.
Schrelber nnd wife, II Seller. Jr.;
C. I. Sherwood J. I, M. Sliettcily nnd
wife. It. I) Sllllmnn. O F Sinclair
nnd wifo. Miss C L, Smith, i: Smith.
M smith, A. c Spring iv. II Stnfford.
N Stoddard J M Stover nnd wife.
T. W Strnh.in nnd wife. Dr I A
Thompson, i: W Tucker. II C. Vnn
Court. Dr L Van Sl)ke, II H Vnuglin1
and wife. John Wnddell nnd wife Dr
T A Wagnei J A Willi ott F Will
sen nnd wife i: M Walsh. Col T II
Warren and wife Miss Warren J II
VVutson Wm Went nnd wife. W A
Whitman nnd wife T J Winkler
Low H Wlnsor II F ood and wife I
1. i: Wooil (' S Wright Miss II
Wright Miss M Wvllo .
J Pj "U "1 P5 1 J P P PS "i .T
MONEY IS APPROPRIATED
-. DiV ADD InT
1U IAI UIK Ufclil
Custom Collections Deposited Locally
Coinage Redemption and
, Washington, March 5 During t'ici
dosing hours of the session there worn
pissed three bills or iluuscs which
greatly uffict the Hawaiian Ulids. !
Tho most Important, perhaps, U a I
bill which puts In the power of t',e Sec
retary of the Tiensur) the creation of
1 such sub-ports of entr) ns li.i) he cin
' sldered desirable In the Islands. In th
III 1 1 ulilrli nl Iill u fli it iliiiwiullliwv at nut-
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turns receipts In nathiiu dtpotjltor en
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1 ui in iliiij, .iuniii 111111 fiimuii 11111
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amendment to section olRI of the Re-
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vised Statutes will stop an annual,
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the Islands, the mono) hoietnforo hiv
ing been sent to the Suh-Tieasiiry in
tho Bitudiy civil hill them Is 11 clause
which authorizes the redemption of th
bonds of the Republic of Hawaii and
appioprlates over J3,0o0,000 for that
purpose and pn.vment of Interest which
will be due before iu)ment may )
The most Importnnt bill which filled
was that which authorized the redemp
tion of Hawalnn current)- and i-nlnnc.
The failure of tip river and harbor hill
knocked out the surveys of the harbor 1
if the Islands, while provisions for a
revenue cutter and the Investigation
of lands were cut out In conference.
PAMPIILI1T ON IWILEI
The sermon h) Rev A K Cory of tho
Chilstlnn thuich ilrllvered IVbrini)
21. unci entitled ' Shall the Citizens of
he nit m
No Bodies Recovered
I From the Rio
LIFE SAVER HEARD
WHISTLE OF DISTRESS
But Paid No Heed-Investigation Being
Held Impossible to Locate the
Wreck Coroner's Jury
San Francisco. Feb 25 There w.ie
a mixture of tetisiire nnd praise In the
findings of the Coroner's Jury vvhltn
examined )esteiday to the causes of
death of the victims of the dfsast-r
that befell the Pacific Mall steamship
Itlo ile Janeiro The llndlugs were i
eulhr in that the) found cause !'
blaming the lompnii) for the emplo)
ment of a Clilneie trew, though nil th
cvldentc before the Jur) Indicated thai
the Chinese trew did all that mcu
could do to save the passengers.
After deliberating nearlj two noun
the Jur) tendered the following ver
dict In each of the eleven cases:
We. the Jur). find thnt the said per
son came to his death In the Paclllc
ocean on the 22d day of February, 1901,
through asph) xl.itlon from submersion,
caused b criminal negligence 011 the
part of both Captain Ward and Pilot
Jordan, nnd we most strenuousl) cen
sure the Pnriric Mall Steamship Com
pany for emplo)lng Incompetent Chi
nese 1 revvs for saving human lives.
In addition to the nbove verdict the
Jury Issued the following to the press.
We, the Jur), extend our hcartlc.t
good will to Graham Coghlan, sceoud
officer of the wretked Rio, for his
heroic nrtlons and conduct ilurlni: tlm
This was signed hy nil the Jurymen
ns 11 separate finding.
Life Siivcp'h Nclcct.
S.in l'rantlsco, March 1 Incoiii
pcteiic) of the nun placed on watt 1 1 In
Fort Point lookout h) the captain ot
the Llfe-snvlug station resulted In the
loss of mail) lives whin the stenn-tr
Itlo de tune tin went down Tint Mark
niling-uin was luiompeteut 13 p'rived
b his on 11 tdiiilssloiis, and that be Is
wo 1 st than Incompitint Is proveT! !
the fact (lint his admissions came oiilv
after numerous denials
When It was stiilei! that the distress
signals of the Rio were blown whtu
she struck the rotk Captain Hodgson
In iharge of the station, thought It
stinnge thai his man on the 'onkont.
within half n mile of the wreck, had
suit no miHsnge to the station telling
of the trouble lie ipii-stloued I'lllng
son and examined his record check, hut
Hlllughoii Insisted thnt he hud heard
Yesterdn) morning his licensing con
science could stand the strain no long
er nnd he called tho captain aside mid
told him that he had something to tell
"Captain. I heard the signal from the
ltlo nnd illil not notify )ou," said K'
llngson his hands trembling and his
e)es cast down, unable to look the cap
tain In the face
Then the wholo story tame nut HI
llngson had heard whistles all through
his watch mid paid title heed to them,
for he recognizee! them ns those of tups
going mid coming through the Colden
(ute. When the Kin came up the
shore sounding her fog siren, Klllng
soii beard her. Ho heard the sound
change to the signal to stand by lhn
boats, then he heard the long blist
whlth continued until the cxhiiist of
steam reduced to a dying 1110 111 Hut
it was not until he saw 11 boat passing
below his point of observation, nearly
two hours later. enrr)lng what he
thought was n woman, that hfri slow
wit was forced to a recognition of dls
nsler. PORTO RICANS HELD
Ponce Porto Illco, Mnich 3 The
Uulteil States and Porto ltlt.in Steam
ship Company's steamer Callforiilnn
having on board D00 emlginiils for Tin
wall, was weighing anchor vviien sin
was detained b) the authorities. Tho
local press has been publishing alarm
ing stories of ill-treatment, slaver) and
starvation, thus discouraging would
be emigrants nnd men and women haw
calling on tho pollco to recover run
awuy children Dozens of women hud
asked for the detention of deserting
As n lesult of these complaints a' '
nqiiests the pollee boarded the Cal'
ftiraliin The olllcers of the ship re
fused tei nit and the Alcalde wired 'u
the Governor for Instructions L'H!
mnlely the customs nntlTTirlires re
reived orders to detain the r'nllfornlnu
utid the police took off four children
and live adults
The Cullfornlnn salted nt 10 t'J
oiloik for New Orleans
ATTACKtD THE EMPEROR
Ilcrlln March T Cmperor William
nrrlved here at 6 ocloek this morning
The impress nnd Count von Iluelow
mei dim at the stolon
In tho attack upon l'mpcror Wlllln'n
b) Dietrich Welland while the former
wns driving from the Rathskeller to1
the rallwii) station, the Hmperor wasi
strip k on , the cheek Just hi low the
light c)e. He wns not serlousl) In
jured nnd retrained from mmmcntlii'il
upon the subject. The burgomaster'
who ncionipmiied n member of the staff
to the station pointed out that Ilia
Mnjest)'s cheek was bleeding
The assailant of L'nipernr William It.
trying to escape fell under the horses
of the escort riding behind the carriage
The escort handed the man over (o tlr
police During nn examination nt the
town hall he suffered from several
epileptic fits During the Intervals be
tween these nttacks lie replied to sev
eral ipicstlons hut did not give out
nnv Important Information. The mo
tive of the outrage was evident whf-n
the pockets of the prisoner were
searched Medicaments found In his
pockets showing ho hnd been n chronic
sufferer from epileptic fits He Is evi
dent!) weak minded After the sur
geon'H visit to Ills Majest). 11 bulletin
was Issued as follows
"The wound Is in the right check ai. I
about an Inch and n half long. It
passes over the z)gomn nnd penetrates
to the bone."
McKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT
FORMALLY TAKE OFFICE
Usual Drizzling. Rain Does Not Dispel
Ardor of Immense Crowds
No "Incidents" to Mar
Washington, Manh I William
MeKlnley a se conil time Is president
of the United States Ile wns usher-
imI Into Hint olllce todn) In a tit)
ablaze with more and brighter dee-
ointlcms than ever before had trussed I
the heads of tin- ga)i t) loving nn-
Ihe streets today fcsoimdcd to the
tri'iul of more marching soldiers mid
snllois than ever have partb Ipattd In
n 1 occasion nnd hnd as witnesses
to the ceremonies n vast multitude-,
who thi'ereil tiimultiiousl) whenever
lit! WUH visible
A slow, drizzling rnln comment td
falling nbout noon nnd lasted with
some Intermissions and nn occnsloiiul
downpour until Into In the afternoon
The worst of the wti weather unfor
tunalely, tnme Just nt the time Pres 1 the wrecked steamer RloeJe Janeiro In the
Idem MeWnlev was bedng Inducted dlry now WnE held by Captains
Into ofllce on the enst front of thoi!'0" anJ HulRff, heJeral Inspectors of
enpltol In th
e Tiresentu nr n lt..hI nn
e prisineu 01 11 kroni ns
seinbl) who nuiiiberi-d 401100 persons
Only ,1 small poitlon of the vnst
multitude saw 1,1.) thing of the nctt.nl
mi) thing of the netnnl
ei'remonlcs nt tho eapltol The great
unnumbered thousands went conte-it
to wnlt III the" nvenee below to see Hie
two men on whom the mental at ten
1 . ... .. ,, , ,, . UltlllUlC, DUl IIC IIIIII9CII WUUIU 3U1V UtH
remonlcs nt tho eapltol The gnut',1,1. ... J..u u,inr, I,. unM .ii.mni it.
Hon of the world was fixed todn), and
great procession w tilth followed them
In the presence of SD.nnn, nnd In the
sight of twice that number of people,
standing In the soaking rnln. the pres
ident took the oath of olllce ami do
llvurtd his second Inaugural Tho
multitude wnlted patiently to see him
kiss tho Illble, nnd then desplto the
rnln, they wnkened the echoes of Ar
lington across the Potomac with thel'
applause Hardly had the Inaugura
tion been finished when the rnln nbat
ed turning Into n drizzling mist again
and later teasing nltngelher.
When tho president nnd vlco pres
ident had iultttd the scene to tnko
their places at the head of the proces.
slon, the soldiers stretched across the
plnco where the multitude had been,
their bright uniforms, gny standards
nnd accoutrements, nil brass nnd cold
showing no bad effects of tho wetting
they hnd received A detachment of
tho Thlrt) third Ohio, tho president's
own regiment during the Civil War,
battered nnd grizzled by time, trudged
along on foot In the wnko of the car
riages, testifying to the legally to the
president of 1I10 comrades of tho civil
war. Thn hillllmit display scheduled
for the nlglu wns postponed on no
count of the weather, but at the benu
tlfully decorated pi nslnn groundi,
fair women nnd their escorts danced
and passed tho hours till the early
hours of the morning
Tho President reappointed nil mem
bers of his Cabinet Attorney General
Griggs will not retlro till his successor
Is dec Ided upon.
London. IVli 28 Tho Queen Vic
toria Memorial Committee deUded th it
the 1111 mortal shall bo of a peisoual and
Know how sublime n thing It Is to
ride 11 Tribune nnd bo famous for
Impressed With Power
COURTESY OF 'JEN. MILES
MAKES GOSSIPS TALK
Thought to be Intentional Affront to
the President-Miles Disclaims
Any Intention of
New York. .March B. Robert W. W I
cox, the delegate from' Hawaii, and a
native Hawaiian, Is quoted In a Wash
ington spetlnl to the World as sa)ln't;
of the Inaugural ceremonies:
"The inauguration of President Mc
Klnle) was one of the grandest ra
geants I have ever witnessed. I had no
Idcn of the vastness of the United
States until I saw the luaugiirnl parado
toiH) I was told that the troops In
line represented onl) a small portion of
those which could be commanded It
"Dver)where there wns evlJeuce of
the strength of the Amerlcnn Govern
ment I am exceedingly glad to havo
seen such n sight and shall remember
It ns long as I live I was told that tho
rain had Interfered with some of the'
arrangements It was splendid cnoiu'i
ns It up."
Delegate Wilcox is accustomed to tho
court ceremony of Italy, where he wns
educated, nnd also to the ceremonials
of the King of Hawaii, whose truste-J
ndvlser ho was
Kiiuahhle Ovcp Wilcox.
Washington March 2. A peculiar
turn was given to tho Hawallzm
squabble tenia) b) General Nelson A.
Miles, thntrman of tho Inaugural re
ception committee. Ceneral Miles np
polnted Delegate Wilcox of Hawaii as
a member of the committee nt the In
augural ball to receive the President
and Mrs. McKlnlcy Coming so soon
nfter the President's appointment ot
"ecirge D Gear to 11 Judgeship In Ho
". after Gear hnd chnrged Wilcox
with trensoi me Washington people)
'""c General Miles' tholcc of Wilcox
fnr ""'I1 ll conspicuous place to meal
' "tiidled affront to the President,
General Miles however defends his np-
polntme nt 011 the grounds of Wilcox's
0IHtl.1l position and the fact thnt Gem'3
charges were not sustained.
WARD AND THE FOG
San Francisco, March 5. An Imporlant
piece of testimony wa given vesterdiv
bv Freluht Cleik Georce Enzlcharkt of
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Hardly Ie Important was a frank admis
sion by Chief Engineer P. H Herllhy
tint he hid been remiss In not being at
,ls post while the sh'p was enterlnc the
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