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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. RKl'TEMHKR IS 1001
PllIGB 5 Okntb.
VINDICATION OF JUDQE
WILL REMOVE OTHER
Humphreys Charges Make Sensation Pearl Harbor Landowners Lose Tech
In.Oiclal Circle -- President nical Point, Without Prejudice
May Wait Till Congress to Future Application
Now York. Sept. 4. A special .c
tlio Tilbune from Washington says.
Tho startling defense made by Judgo
Humphreys to the chargeH preferred
ugalnst him by the Bar Association ot
Hawaii has created a decided sens
tlnu In Washington, and has given
rise to considerable speculation In ot
tidal circles as to what action the
President will take on his return
should Attorney General Knox's w
port vindicate the accused Jurist. It
Is popularly Inferred tnat the vindi
cation of Humphreys would be tnnt
mount to a condemnation by the De
partment of Justice of tho whole
Force Is given to this view of tha
caw by the aggressive attitude as
turned by Judgo Humphreys since lm
presented his defense to I ho Attorney
tlcnernl with such elaboration of de
tails, accompanied by counter charges
ngnlnst vnrlous appointees of Dolo
anil against the Governor himself. If
he should bo vindicated by Knjx It la
not doubted that Humphreys would
make n direct and forcible appeal to
the President lor tho immediate re
inovnl of Dole. riumphroyB Is not a
candidate for the Governorship, t.o-ehirlng-
that his sole desire Is to re
main on the bench or the new Tfltrl
tory and from this responsible posi
tion assist In establishing the Ameri
can Government In the islands and lu
thoroughly Inculcating In tho rclpds of
the conglomerate population of Ha
wull correct Ideas of the Institutions of
Whom he would urge to succeed
Dole Is not known, l(, Indeed, ho nui
any candidate for the place, althougi
It Is known that United States Judge.
Rstee, Is completely In sympathy with
the Insular elements that are support
ing Humphreys in his fight against tho
Dole Government. It Is ulso known
that Judge Esteo hau aroused tho act
ive hostility of Dole and the Govern
or's partisans by having pursued, In
a largo measure, tho Judicial coins.'
followed with such determination by
At the same time, It Is known that
Hit President has the utmost coufl
deuce In the cnpaclty and probity of
Di.le, and It Is considered highly im
probable that he would take the num
mary action ugalnst the Governor
wnlch ho will probably be asked to
take In tho event ot the vindication of
Humphreys. It is generally thought
that tho wholo matter will be held In
abeyance until Congress meets. Then,
II the President Is not satisfied with
the situation in tile Islands, he may
iislc Congress ior authority to appoint
a special commission to Investigate!
the matter carefully and make recom
mendations to him, '
Would Reward Parser.
Washington, Sept. 9. A suggestion
wus thrown out In the executive de
partments today that It would be
proper for the American people to do
Mimelhlng for the colored man, Par
ker, whose prompt action posnlbly
saved tho President's life, Tho would
ba assassin himself complained that It
was the stunning blow dcllveied upon
him by Parker that prevented him
from firing another uliot, Inquiries
are being made for Parker full name
The Oniy Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern lr'.
. provements; $40 a month.
Also large residence en the Walkiltl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
i nmm road to
JUDGE ESTEE'S RULING
IN CONDEMNATION SUIT
Judge Estec In the Federal Court
this morning delivered a ruling In the
Pearl Harbor navnl station land con
demnation cases, on the motion of the
United States Government to Btrlke out
the answers of respondents the claim
set up of o right to Jury trial.
He granted the motion but without
prejudice to the right so claimed.
J. J. Dunne appeared for the Govern
ment, and F. M. Hatch. W. I Stanley
and II. A. Hlgelow for different of the
Judgo Estee defined what a. com
plaint and an answer thereto meant
under the law, saying that if either
contained Irrelevant matter It should be
struck out. In the present casts he
found, agreeable with the motion, that
tho claim for right of trial by Jury was
irrelevant and redundant. Therefore
he made un order to strike It out, Hc
spondtnts wore, given ten days In
which to file amended nnswers.
The ruling and order, the court was
careful to explain, did not militate
ugalnst the right of respondents to re
quest Jury trlaU. They could make
application at a reasonable time before
the trials came.on. If n request were
not made for trial by Jury the court
would proceed with n hearing on tfw
merits ns soon as possible after the
filing ot tho answers.
The Department of Justice, remarked
Judge Estee, desired to have the mat
ter closed up expeditiously. It wn
certain that tho Government would
obtain the land It required for the pro
tection of the Territory, but It could
not do so without lawful compensa
tion. The respondents ought to he
desirous of bringing the mutter to a
determination, because II would glvo
them tliclr money lor Ihe property.
Mr. Hatch, followed by the other
counsel for respondents, noted excep
tions to the lullng of the court.
Judge Estee, lu admitting the excep
tions, said: "I wish to nfuke it clear
that the court does not decide the ques
tion of Jury trial, but only rules to
Btrlke out certain matter In the ans
wers of the respondents."
The priests and a large number cf
members of the Buddhist temple .vill
go down the road to Walplo Sunday
morning for tho purpose of dedicating
a now temple at that place.
At the temple In this city last Sun
day the special services were follow
ed by speeches and letrcsbmcnts. The
services and celebration afterwards
were in tho nature of a tarowell to
Matsumoto, the assistant priest at
tho temple, who leaves tor home soon
on account of continued III health.
Tho membership of the nuddhl.it
church In tho city now numbers In
the neighborhood of 2500 people and
there Is a continual increase. Th'J
Japanese aro laying plans for tho
npreudlng out of tho church in tho
Islands. The dedication at 'Walplo
I will be followed by others both on this
and tho other Islands.
, For groceries ring up Blue 911.
MATTHEWS MUST APPEAR.
Matthews, n man who hud a case
against a Japanese In the Police Court
yesterduy, will be made to appear be
fore Judge Wilcox tomorrow forenoon.
It seems that when the Judge announc
ed yesterday that he would adjourn tho
court out of respect for the memory
of Marshal Ray, Matthews said no did
not care who was dead. He wanted his
case tried right away. Judge Wilcox
made a few put statements and put tho
case over until today. It was called in
the Police Court this forenoon and
Matthews as prosecuting witness, full
ed to put Ip an appearance. Judge Wil
cox did some hard thinking mid or
dered the High hnerlff to issue tho
usual papers for the appearance of tho
At about 3 o'clock yesterday morn
Ing, a fire was discovered In a brush
heap back of the new Mclntyre build
Ing at tho corner of King and Fort
McKinSey Will live
llillTulo, Sept, II. The conditio,, of the President continued fit-
vorable thioiighout the day and nothing occurred to shake the faith
of the attending surgeons unil phyxU Inns who have expressed the
opinion that he will recover. ,
Tne danger from two sources pronounced pinctlcully over
today. The holes In the stomach proper caused by the pcrfotutlim
of the bullet lire now considered healed by Dr. Mcllurney and his
associates, and. as proof of this. th(. eminent surgeon pointed to the
r fact that the beef Juice, fed to the patient last night, was readily ill-
gested. Sufficient time had ulso elapsed' to warrant the doctors In
asserting that tho danger of Inflammation where the bullet lodged
hud disappeared. It Is believed tht the ball has now become encyst-
ed In the muscles of the back and, unless It should prove trouble-
some later, there will never be any necessity for removing II.
The attention of the physicians Is now, therefore, mainly ill-
reeted to the enre and treatment of the wound caused by the Incl-
slon made lu the abdomen above the navul. where the ox-raticm
was performed. This wound Is progressing satisfactorily. "De-
elded benefit followed the dressing of the wound Inst night," the doc-
The President still continues In excellent spirits, but he confessed
to oue of the attendants tutlay that he was getting lonesome. He rf-
quested that he be placed In (mother bed. A depression had formed
lu the mattress on which he hud ljtu since he was taken to the .VII-
burn house, mid had caused some. illHiomfort. Another bed was
provided, and this evening he was eurefully moved from one to the
other without difficulty. He has asked several times If there wns ntiv
news which he should Kn"w, but Inquiries, especially about puulle
matters, are discouraged mid the ig, Inhibition ugalnst the ad-
mission of any one except his wife mid secretary has nut been relax-
It Is now virtually decided that no attempt will be made to te-
move the President to Washington until he has completely recovered.
mid In n general way It can Le said that there Is no likelihood that
this will be before October.
Mrs. McKlnley display. the sa-ne fortitude she has shown since
the tragedy occurred. She went onl for a drive aguln today, and np-
pea red bright' and iheerful.
Wound Steadily Healing
O Mllburn. House,. tlufTalo, September 10. The following bulletin O
O was Issued by the Puesldent'a 'physicians at 10:30 u. m.: O
O The condition of the President Is unchanged In nil important O
O partItuIars.'-Temperutnre.'100.6; pjlse, 114; respiration, 28. O
O When the operation was do'no on Friday last H was noted thnt O
O the bullet had carried with It a short distance beneath the skin a O
O fragment of the President's coat. This foreign material was, of O
O course, removed, but a slight Irritation of the tissues was produced, O
O the evidence of which only appeared tonight. It has been necessary, O
O ou account of this slight disturbance, to remove a few stlches and O
O partially open the skin wound. This incident cannot give rl to
O other complications, but It Is communicated to the public, ns the
O surgeons lu uttondunco w Ish to make their bulletins entirely frank. O
Ola consequence of this separation of the edges of the surface wound, O
O tho healing of tho same will be Somewhat delayed. Tho President O
O Is now well enough to begin to tako nourishment by the mouth In the O
foim of pure beef Juice. o
O P. M. Ulxey, M. I). Mann. Ilnsuell Park, Herman Mynler, Char- O
O les Mcllurney. '
ooooooooooooo oo ooooooooooooo
BELIEVE HE WILL RECOVER
Mllburn House, Buffalo, 5 a. m. One of the nurses who has just
come from the room reports that the President Is sleeping quietly.
The entire private part of the house Is very quiet, with the lights
burning dimly, and there Is no outward evidence of any one moving
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GORMAN IS LEADING
HERRICK ' .
Lieut. Hancock of the CoaBt Artll-
lery was hurt while playing polo on
Saturday at Kaplolanl park. Dr. Mc-
".'.' ' ,. .,,. ,,
Adory of Camp McKlnley was also
hurt, having been struck In the facn
by a polo mallet.
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Chief Steward Josoph Bceloy, for-
"erly or tho Australia and ZcalandU,
'as uec I1"0'01' "amo posl-
tlon on tho Ventura, and nnlved with
,,, voase, ,h8 mornB, ohlof 8t0W.
nril ciar(i whom Seciuy auC(-UOiied,
will bo given the Alameda.
S Will i
C. S. Desk) drove from tho steam
er Ventura direct to his office In Prog
ress block, whtre he received n Bulle
tin ieMiiter with his habitual cordial
ity. When he left Hau Francisco Mrs.
Desky was still poorly, although hav
ing passed the dangerous crisis that
had prevented his return in the Mari
posa. Being asked regarding a rumor
that he bad moro eh-ctrlc railroad up
his sleevStlr. Desky answered:
"I weriyto San Francisco entirely on
account of my wlfes health. There Is
nothing new of a business nature to
give you this time.
"The strike? It Is very bad In H
Francisco, but the employers are go
ing in win. They are doing 75 per
tent of normal business now.
"The President wns all right the
latest heard before the steamer sailed."
Twenty Japanese emplo)ed on Here
Inula, Pensacola and other streets In
the vicinity were nrrested last night
on the Plains on the charge of riot
Today, the charge was changed to tnat
of disturbing the peace.
The men claim thnt for some time
past, they have been molested by Por
tuguese hoodlums and that an sever
al occasions, Japanese women have
been held up at night by Portuguese
In the locality named.
The result was that the Japanese
banded themselves together for protec
tion. A vigilance committee ot six
was uppolnted and. nt about 8:3u
o'clock last night, n Portuguese boy
was being Investigated by the com
mittee when another Portuguese, Ca
brnl by nnme, came along on his bicycle-.
He stopped to nsslst his coun
tryman when the Japanese started af
ter htm, Cuhral Jumped on his wheel
and rode to the police station. In the
meantime. Officer RUhardson arrived
on the scene mid Immediately, the Ja
panese began to blow whistles. In less
time than it takes to tell, the street
was full of Japanese. Other officers
arrived and tho whole gang of Japan
ese was arrested
JURORS ALL EXCUSED.
Judge Clear announced through a
morning paper that grand and trial
Jurors would be further excused until
1:30 this afternoon. His object was to
await the latest news about President
McKlnley. It was his impression, how
ever, that Judge Little bad a Jury em
paneled on n caso which would nut bo
subject to Uie excuse. Judge I.lttlo did
not have a Jury, so luuld do nothing
when his court opened ut 9:30 but take
a recess until the afternoon.
The three I.lmapehu brothers and
Moefono, charged with assaulting a
Chinaman In Manoa valley, appeared
In the Police Court this forenoon, Tho
prosecution having explained that the
victim of tho assault waR still In the
hospital, the "case was further continu
ed until Tuesday next.
PALMER GOES HOME.
Harry Palmer, the little boy who was
rearrested the other day and held at
the police station pending future de
velopments, was sent nway in the Sier
ra this morning. It seems that the
pollco authorities received a letter from
the mother or the boy, enclosing money
for u ticket to Sun Francisco and for
some clothes. Special Officer Doylo
took the buy to tho steamer. To a
Diilletln reporter, the officer sulci that
word had been sent to the pollco au
thorities lu Sun Francisco to keep
watch over the boy until his mother
could be communicated with.
There were 138 passengers for thbi
port brought by the Ventura. Her
through passengers numbered ninety
five. Her cargo for the Colonics con
sisted ot 2SC7 tons of genoral mer
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho United
States and Europo.
Offlco, 1017 Ilethel St.,
opposite Honolulu Market.
DR. 600P AT NOIKE
RECEIVED WITH HURRAH
BY ELKS AT MILWAUKEE
Strike Makes Bad - Conditions But
Must Soon End Mrs.
Cooper Returns With
Dr. Charles U. Cooper returned from
his trip to the Kant In ie Ventura,
being accompanied by Mrs. Cooper
from a longer absence In California.
Until are looking remarkably well
from their travels. To a Hulletln re
porter at their home. In Alakea street,
this afternoon Dr. Cooper gave an In
teresting sketch of his jaunt.
' I went ns rar as New York to see
my mother, on account of whoso III-!
netm I went away. 1 left her better. ,
"First I went to Milwaukee to at-
tend the Clrnnd Lodge of Elks. Yea I however, that lie has njt in any ile- f
they gave me a grand hurrah. I was greq altered his resolutlo to servo as
met at thp railroad station witn a a member or the court . the other
band and conducted to the lodgo i members accept his owt,view as tu
room, wlu-re nil arrangements were, his qualifications. ,
mado for the entertainment or dele- The following "log" o he rast trip'
gates. Throughout tho convention Irrom tiie Atitiioden wat urnlshed tiy
Hawaii was remembered, Grand Kx-AgnntCrano of the Paci.,c Coast dlvl
alted Hitler Fisher, who Instituted the slnn if the N. Y. C. U I'. It. It. ,11.. t
lodge here, making several mentions recciily: With the "P llnmentary' j
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IJI lllU 1B1UI1C1B. I CUI1IC1 Illll I1UVU UUU1
treated more courteously.
"No, I .could not wait for tho malt
ing of the American Medical Associa
tion." It will be remembered that Dr.
ICiMiiier. when tendered credentials to
(this convention by the Hoard of custom hous( regulations Bho wns do
(Health, on his resignation or tho pres-llayecTIn the harbor all night before In-
lili-ncy neiore leaving, stated mat It Ispectluns were mane nnci me vessel
wns doubtful if ho could prolong his docked. The malls loft San Francis
absence to attend It, . Ito ut 10 o'clock the following morning
"I visited tho exposition In Ouffalo," lover the Central Pacific and Union
continued the doctor. "Then f went J'ucinc roads, arriving at Omaha . on
on to visit my old homo at Middle -
town. New- York. Upturning, I Joined
my wire at sautn llarbara and came
home with her. It was a nice trip all
"Or course the people were In n
ferment over the condition of th'
President, but he Is now convalescing.
"Tho strike has worked havoc nil
over tho country, especially In San
Francisco, ."rays huvo to be gourde 1
by policemen to protect the drivers. I
had a talk with tho mannger of a large
Ino company, who said they
were six or eight months behind wltfi'davs find lirteen mlnuti-s from Svd-
uieir oruers, ami ii tne-y couiii not.ney. actual traveling time. As the
get men to work they would havu U
sunt clown tint works entirely.
I "Tho workmen ore, however, grnd
ually getting into line now. Thero
must bo n great deal or hardship and
suffering on account ot tho strike. It
rnnnot lust much longer. Capital
win simpiy snut uown the mills.
"Have you rend the Advortlsor?"
said C. II. Wilson to a Hulletln. re
porter. "You should say to that fel
low, Salmte, ho ought to tell tho truth
and Bhumo the devil, llesldes David
"Jt" i-miimvti in your report, no made liy nny other routo. oven It
Captain Urokaw and Duko McNIclull a apodal steamer lett Auckland for
vvero there nnd call prove that the Sydney and tho mall was trans
horso had not bean tied and that Sa- shipped by rail to Addaldo and
bate did not put in an appearance un- thenco by Peninsular & Oriental
til some time niter we seeurud the steamer. This demonstrates tho am
horse. Tho fellow was not In my pio facilities offered via the Ban
nouso at an, wnere lie says lie tele-
iniiiiit-ti iroiii, which siiowH inai no is
all muddled up about too affair.''
Tho Eagles will meet ror tho flrsf
time In their new hall this evening.
I r aiv
make It a point to keep, unci we think that we have
Hucccedcd pretty well. TRY US.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1057 Fort Street.
NEW ill REM
THIRTY DAYS TO LONDON
FROM THE ANTIPODES
'Fast Steamer Aided By Mile a M.'c-
ute Trams Does the
Lo of tit .
Washington. 8'Pt. U. All the mem--V.
bers or tho B.-hV4y court or Inquiry Are.
now In Wistyngtou., Hear Admiral
llowlson. the third mornoo . arriving
Inst nig.?, .tdmlral Howl !i was ex-,
tremely uajded In answ .tig inquir
ies resnctlsg the court. said It
would lot be proper to - anything ,
lor pilloitloi in adv. j of dhy
meetlBB ofth i irt I to his own
Intentions or l i le liuo ot ac
tion if the O'irl . J -evident.,
mall on hoard, the .ceanlo Com-
panyb. steamer Ventura lelt Sydney on
August J3th nt 4 o'clock p. m.. and
utter u swift passage arrived at Sun
Fruncilsco at B vl lock p. m. on Hcp-
tember 2d. Owing to quarantine and
' September Mb. and left Chicago at
1 10:30 p. in. on the same day over the
Chicago, llurlington & Qulncy nail-
mad. Promptly at 9:07 o'clock on thy
morning or September 6th the train
pulled Into Chicago. Hero a special '
wna ready on the Lake Shore tt'
Michigan Southern Hallway, and at
10 o'clock tho run was begun to over
take the tast mall of that lino. This,
was accomplished at 'loledo, tho mall
transferred to No. n, which arrived in
New York, us previously stated, three
i minutes ahead or time, or twenty-four
Campania left New York at noon yes
terday, the mall will be delivered In
London on September 14th less than
thirty-one das Irom bydney and lesi
than twentv-slx dnvs from New Zi-a
land. The mall leaving Adelaide by
tho Peninsular & Oriental line, using
rail from Sydney, which left Sydney
on August 11th one flay after tho
Ventura will not be duo to arrive In
Ixmdou until Septembor 16th, and
then only by UBing t.ic fast Continent
al express across Europe. IVIs shown
a gain or a full day In favoHof thj
American line. Tho Ventura left
Auckland on August 17th. thus put
ting the New Zealand mall Into 1-on-
don In twenty-six days, or about six
days quicker tlmo than could possibl
Prunclscii service ana the Impossible
ty or making up any time via tho Sue
Mrs. Frank J. Turk arrived from
tho Coast In tho Ventura.
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When you huve n good thing,
keep It. When you have worn
one pulp ol our BANISTEJt
SHOES, you know what to call
fop when you want anothep palp.
Those tire the kind of nlioeA wo
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