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Hurfalo, Sept. 7. It was Just aftor
the ilnlly organ recltnl esterday la
the splendid Temple of Music that the
dastardly ntlemnt was mndu uuon tho
illfe of President MeKlnlev.
The President, thoiiKh well Kiinrdl
bv United States secret sirvito detect
lie, wns fully exposed to such nn at
tnck K occurred. He stood on lho
I'dgu of the raised dn.s, upon wlilc-i
stands the great pipe organ at the east
slue of the magnificent structure.
Timings of people now did In at the
various entrances to gnze upon thlr
executive, perchnnee tei clasp his hand,
and then lite their way out.
The President was In a checrf.il
mood, and was enjoying to the full thu
hearty eUdenco of Rood will whlih
erwhere met his Razo. On his rli?ht
stood John (1 Mllburu of lluffolo. pres
ident of the Pan-American exposition,
c uniting with the President and Intro
ducing him especially to persons of
note who nppronched. upon the Pres
ident's left stood Mr. Cortelou.
A few mliitu.es nfter 4 n. m. a me
dium kI7imI man of onllnnry appear
ance, and plainly dressed In black, ap
proach! u 11s IT to gleet the 1'resldent
Iloth Secrctnry Cortcbou and Presi
dent Mllhurn noticed that thu mnn'H
hand wns swathed In a bandage or
handkerchief. Reports of hstanders
differ ns to which hand. He worked
his way amid the stream of people up
to the edge of the. dais, until he was
within two reet of the President.
President McKlnley smiled, bowed
and extended his hand In that spirit or
geniality the American people so well
know, when suddenly the sharp crack
of a reoher rang ouL
There wns an Instant of almost com
plete silence. Tho President Btood
stock still, a look of hesitancy, almost
of bewilderment, on his face. He then
retreated a step, whllo a pallor began
to steal oer his feature.
The multitude, only partially awars
that something serious had happened,
paused In surprise, while necks were
craned and all ejes turned ns one t
the rostrum whero a Great tragedy
was being enacted.
Then came a commotion. Three
men threw themsehes forward as
with one Impulse, and sprang toward
the would be assassin. Two of them
weio United States secret scnlco men
who weie on the lookout and whmi
duty It was to guard ngnlnst Just such
n calamity as had hero befallen tli-
President and the nation. The tlilicl
wns a bstandcr, a negio, who had
only in Instnnt preUotis grasped tho
hand of the President. In n twlnklliu
the nssassln was borne to the gionnd.
Ids weapon wns wrested from his
grasp, and strong arms pinioned him
Then tho multitude which thronged
the edifice began to come to a realU
Ing sense of tho nw fulness of tho
scene of which they had been unwill
i-or n moment the confusion wai
terrible. Tho crowd surged forward,
icgnrdless of consequences. Men
shouted mid fotiKht. women screnm"il
nnd children cried Some of those
nearest the doors fled from the edition
in fear of a stampede, while hundreds
liam the outside struggled blindly
forward In the effort to penetrate tho
crowdd building nnd sole the m.
tcry of the excitement nnd panic.
t)i the multitude which witnessed
and bore n pait In tho scene of tur
moil nnd turbulence there wns but 0110
mind which seemed to retain Its ecpil
llbilum, one hand remained steady
one eyo nnd one voice thnt retained
Its own tenor and faltered not at tho
most critical Juncture. They were the
mind nnd the hand nnd the eyo and
tho voice of President Meiilnley.
After the first shock of the nssns-
sin's shot he retrented n step. Then,
ns the detecthes leaped upon his as
sailant, he turned walked steadily to
a chnlr nnd seated himself, at the
same time removing his hat and limv
Ing his head In his hands.
In un Instant Secretnry Coitebot
and President Milhurn were at his
side. Ills waistcoat was hmrledly
opened, the President meanwhile ad
monishing those about him to lemain
calm and telling them not to be alarm
"Hut you are wounded!" ciled his
secretary. "Lest me examine.'
"No, I think not." nnswered tho
Pie-Bldent. "I am not badly hurt, I ns
Nocrtbeless his garments weru
hastily loosened, and when a trlclcllux
slieam of crimson wns seen to wind
its wny down his breast, spreading Its
telllnlu stain oei the white surface of
tho linen, their worst feais were con-
A force of exposition guards wcra
soon on the seeno nnd an effort was
inado to clear the building. Hy tliij
time tho crush wns torrllle. Spectn
tcrs crowded down tha stairways fror.i
tho galleries, the crowd on the door
singed forward toward tho rostrum,
while, despite tho strenuous efforts 'nf
police nnd guards, the throng without
struggled madly to obtain admission.
'lho President's nBsallant in the
mcantlmo had been hustled by expo
s'llon guaids to the rear of tho build
ing, whero ho wob held while tho
building was cleared, and later c
wns turned oor to Supoilntendent
Hull of tho Buffalo police department,
who took tho prisoner to No. 13 police
station and atterwards to police head
miaitcrs. As Boon as the crowd In tho Temple
ot Music had dispersed sufficiently tho
Piosldpr.t was removed In the niitomu
bile ambulance and taken to the ox
rcsltlon hospital, whero an examina
tion was made. Tno best medical skill
was summoned nnd within a brief pe
riod several of Buffalo's best-known
piactitlouers wero at tho patlent'n
The President retained tho full ev
c-iclse of his faculties until placed on
the operating table nnd subjected tu
en anesthetic. Upon the first exami
nation It was ascertained that oik;
bullet had taken effect In tho right
bienst Just below the nipple, causing
a rompaiativcdy harmless wound.
Tho other took effect in the abdo
men, about four Inches below tho left
nipple, four Inches to tho left of tho
inuel and nbnut on n loel with It
lho second bullet wns probed for upon
ui rival nt tlio exposition hospital. The
walls of the abdomen wero opened,
but the ball was not located. Tho In
clslou was hastily closed, and, after n
hasty consultation, It was decided to
icniove tho patient to tho homo ot
Picsldcnt Mllhurn. This wns done, thd
automobile ambulance being uod lor
Arriving at the Mllbum residence
all persons sne the medical attend
ants, nurses and the officials Immedl
ntely concerned were excluded und
the tnsk of probing for the bullet
which had lodged In the abdomen was
hi gun by Dr. Hoswcll Pnrke.
When the news of the crime ut
te leplioned to the home of President
Mllbum, where Mrs. McKlnley was
ristlng, Immediate steps wen- taken
to spare her tho shock of a prematura
statement of the occurrence until tho
ti no toudltlon of the President tnuM
be nstertnlned. (luards were station
iul nn" n" "lu
prouch the bou
ed and no one was permitted to np
Hurfalo, Sept. C Immediately upon
the President being tared for at thu
exposition grounds, Director General
V, I., lluchnnnn started for the Mil
burn residence to forestull any Infor
mation th.it might reach there by tela
phone or otherwise. Lucidly he wns
the first to arrive with the Information.
The Niagara Kails trip hnd tired Mrs,
McKlnlc;, and on return to the Mil-
hum residence she took lcne of her
ulrces, the Misses H.irber , nnd the
President's niece, Miss Duncan, ns well
as tin Ir hostess, Mrs. Mllhurn, nnd
went to her room to rest.
Mr. Iluchannn broke the news as
gtntlj us possible to the nieces, and
consulted with them nnd Mrs. .Mllbum
as to the best course to pursue In
hi taking the news to Mrs. McKlnley
It wns finally decided thnt on her
awakening, or shortly thereafter, Mr.
Buchanan should break the newB to
her, If In the meantime her phslelan,
Dr. Ulxey, had not nrrlwd.
Mrs. McKlnley awoke from het
sleep nt about S:30 o'clock. She wns
feeling splendidly, she said, and at
nnce took up her crocheting, which Is
nnc of her favorite diversions Imme
diately cm Mr. Buchanan's arrival at
the Mllbum home lie hnd telephonic
communication therewith cut on, foi
already there had been several calls
nnd he decided on this ns the wisest
couie to pursue, lest Mrs. MrKlnlcy,
henrlng the continued ringing of the
telephone bell. Inquire whnt It meant.
While the light of day continued
Mrs. McKlnlej continued with her
rrocneting. Keeping to her loom. When
It became dusk, and the President had
not arrived, she began to feel unxloiu
"I wonder why he does not come'
she asked one of her nieces.
There was no clotk In Mrs. McKln
lej's room, nnd when it was 7 o'clock
she hnd no Idea It was so lute, und
this was when she became anxious con
cernlng her husband, for ho wns due
to return to Milhurn's home ubout C was interrupted li the man In front
o'clock. of him, who held cm to the President's
At 7 o'clock. Dr. Rlxty arilvcd at hand un unusually lu-ig time. This
the Mllhurn resldtnee. He hnd been I mnn appeared to be nil Italian and
dilven hurriedly tienvn Delaware ove wore 11 short lieuvj black moustiu he.
nun In nn open carriage. At 7,20jllu was persistent, ami It wns neets
n'clock Dr. Rlxcy canii- out of the. sarv for me to nusli him nloim so that
house, accompanied by Webb Haves.
n son of former President Hnjes, who
Is 0 friend of President MiKlnlcj. They
entered the cnrrlnge nnd H turned to
the Exposition Hospital.
After Dr. Rixey had gone. Mr. Bu
chanan said the doctor had broken
the news In a most gentle manner tnitunt, straighten up und pressing his
Mis. McKlnley. He snld she stood It lips together, give Czolgosz the most
bravely, though much infected If It scornful nnd contemptuous look possl
were possible to bring him to her, she .hie to Imagine.
wanted It done. Dr. Rlxey nssuied her
that the President could be brought ,
with safety from the Exposition
grounds, nnd when he left Mr. Mil
burn'n, It was to complete all iiriunwx
ments for the removal of the PresI
PENALTV FOR TI HE
New Y01I1, Sept. 7. I'lesldent Me
Klnley's recovery would meun that
his would be assassin could bo condu
ce! In prison for 10 jears, the maxi
mum penalty under the penal code of
New oik State.
Two methods of procedure could be
adopted. The prisoner could be nr
rnlgned bcloro .1 Justice of Erie conn
ty nnd could demand nn examination
and would have the right to counsel
nnu time to prepare his defense. The
prisoner could vvnlvo theso formalities
ami elect to go before thu gninil Jur
ot Erie county. Tho giuiid Jury could
then find nn imllcl.icnt for assault in
tho first degree. An act of Congress
prescribing a pennlty for ciffensei
ogalust thu person of tho 1'iosldent
or other United States ofllchtls would
nccoidlng to li-gnl uiithoiltlcs, tako
precedence of tho penal code of thu
Strto of Now York In the ense- of the
man who made tho attempt on Presi
dent McKinlej's life. A seaieh Tor
the enactment has been made by Con
It would not bo possible to Inlll't
nny gieuter punishment on the uuai
ehlst Czolgolsz by nny net of tho Leg
islature fixing a more seveie penalt)
for nn nttempt or the life of the
The death of the President would
result In the trial of the assailant for
homicide, and his conviction would
mean death In the electric chair.
Cleveland, Sept. 7. Leon Czolgosz,
tho man who shot President McKlnley,
Is snld to have formerly kept a saloon
al the corner of Third avenue and Tod
street, this city. Later was employe 1
In one of tho mills of the American
Steel and Wire Company, Forejman
Frank Halser, of tho galvanizing t,e
paitment of the consolidated mill of
the latter company, said today:
"I know Leon Czolgosz very well
His father, I believe, lives In tho vicin
ity of Wnrrensvlllo, Ohio, on n farm.
Ihere aro five sons, I think, all resid
Ing In this city, two or three of them
living on Hosmer street, Leon at one
time was employed ns a blacksmith in
tho Consolidated mill. Later, ho kept
a saloon at the comer of TMrd avenue
and Tod street, Ijitcr he sold out the
suloon and lived with bib father.
'I know that l.-on Is. or w;u. an
anarchist He attended socialist and
anarchist meetings er) frequently
He Is n. man of rather small stnturc
nbnut 20 years of ago. The last time
I saw nl 111 hi hnd n light brown mus
Chief of Police Corner when ques
tioned com timing possible nt quaint
anco with Czolgoir snld .it nn eat 'y
hour this morning that lie wns sntli,
fled that h was n Cletelandcr. The
fnrm of Czolgim's father Is said to I e
in Warrens-. lll a settli-ment olgui
miles south of I'tetelund,
CVolgosz Is unTuarrli d. He wnnr.t
the button und claims to be 1 member
of the Uolden Kngles. Two men were
put In the sweat box b the police Inst
night In connection with the Buffalo
nnnrchlstt One of the men is Michael
Goldsmith, a local labor agitator, nnd
the olhr's name Is not known. Thu
hitter has promised the local police ttt
find soeral accomplices of the assail
ant of the President und they ore of
the opinion that the plot wns hat h'"l
In this city
DETECTIVE IRELAND STORY
Bufriilci, Sept. tl. In an Interview
Secret Srvlce Detective Ireland who,
with Olflcer (Inllngher, was near the
President when the shots were fired,
"It Irt Incorrect, as hns been stated,
that the least fear of an assault was
entertained by the Presidential party.
Since the Spanish war the President
hns traveled all over the country nnd
Ins met people ever where. In Canton
he walked to church and downtown
without the sign of secret service men
of any kind as an escort. In Washing
ton Iih walks about the White House
grounds, drives out freed) and has en
Joyed much freedom from the presence
"It hns been my custom to stand
buck of the President und Just to his
left, so that I could see the right hand
nf every person approaching, but jes
terday I was requested to stand oppo
site) the President so that -Mr. Milium
could stand nt the left and Introduce
the people who .iprodt lied. In that
nny I was unable to get 11 good Icok at
every ones right hand.
'A few minuted befoiu Czolgos ap
proached tt mnn cume nlong with three
fingers of his right hum) tied up In n
bnniliigH nnd he hail shaken hnnds with
his left When CVolgosz came up I no
tlted lie '-v as a bovlsh looking fellow
with an Inneicent fate, perfectly cnlm,
und 1 also noticed that his right hand
wns wrapped in what .ipptnred to be n
bandage I wntihed him closely, but
others could reiuh the President.
"Just as he released the Presldent'3
hand nnd us the President was reach
ing for thu baud of the assassin there
wero two iilltk shots. Startled for u
moment, I looked and saw the Presi
dent druw his right hand up under hit
"At the same time I reached for the
joung man und caught his right nrm.
Tim big negro standing Just buik of
him, nnd who would have been the
next to take the President's hand,
struck the oung man in the neck with
one hand and with the other reached
for the revojver which had been dis
charged through the handkerchief, the
shots from whlih hud set tire to the
"Immediately a dozen men fell upon
the assassin and bore him to the floor.
While on the llonr Czolgosz tried
again to discharge the revolver, hut
before lie could point it nt the Presi
dent It wus knocked from his hand by
the negro. It tlew across the floor and
one of the artillerymen picked It up
und put It In his pocket.
"On thu way down to the station
Czogosz would not say a word but
seemed greatly agitated,"
ROOStYELT IS HORRIFIED
Huillngton, Vt Sept. 0. The flrbt
news of the attempted ast.isslnatlon of
the President reuihed Vice President
Roosevelt ut Isle hi Mutte, at t:3il
o'clock this afternoon, when the Vice
President wus Informed over tho tele
phone that there wus a rumor that the
l'u side nt hud been shot, It was ton
fit mid by another message 11 moment
lain, 'lho Vlco President seemed
stunned by tho news, put his hands
to his head and exclaimed; "My God! '
'I hoso around lilru were immediately
Informed of the tingedy, und It wub de
cided to announeo It to the company ot
a thousand people who had gathered to
hear Col. Roosevelt speak at the an
nual outing of the Vermont Fish and
Senntor Proctor mude tlie announce
ment, nnd many persons In the audi
ciuc Ian st into tears.
The Vlco President then left I m me
diately and camo to this city us qulck
I) us possible, having directed that all
messages should be held fur him here
President Clement ot the Rutland
liillioad placed a special train nt th'i
disposal of tho Vlco President nnd
made nriangements to take him on it
to the ueno of the trugedy. Col
Roosevelt was asked at the wharf for
a statement for publication, and said:
"I urn so Inexpressibly grloved, slioolt
eel and horrified that I can bay noth
ing." He boarded the train and left for
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JOHN DRBW'6 SHIRT.
John Drew, It is well known Is most
puitliulur regarding his dress, bothli
on nud off the stuge. Ho wns playlu;;
In "The Liars two seasons ago cm
thu loud nnd his Itlueiaiy lnidude.l
nearly two weeks of successive one-
night stands. His man attendant nl
ways looked after the clothing ho woro
ut the theater, hiluglug It to the ac-
ten s eliesslng room shoitly before Mr,
Drew nppeared to dress, In 0110 uf
thu smaller cities tho valet had sent
Mr. Die-vv's linen to 11 laundry und thu
actor found when ubont to don it that
the bosom of the dress shirt contain
ed 11 polish which disgusted him. Ho
snld thing's. Hut there was nothing
to do hut to wear it, polish and all.
Mr. Drow had a long speech In a
scene with Arthur Byron. Tho .latter
at once observed tho .unusual polish
on Mr. Drew's dress shirt and, while
ho was delivering tho lengthy dia
logue, Mr. Byron, though It was not
noticed by the audience, began to ad
Just his hair, straighten his tie and
otherwise complete his tolet by tho
aid of the polish on Mr. Drew's shirt.
A roar went up from behind lho sconen
nud Mr. Ilvrou's Joko nearly spoiled
th seene. Now York Tlms.
BY CHICAGO'S OWN OMAR.
Behold thu maiden's hand! how soft!
Email hund somo happy man, somo
day, will claim.
Somu dny that little hand will Bcem to
The trouscrB of her howling son
Chicago Times Herald.
Pino Job Printing at tho Bul
Agent. Broker and Jobber.
II. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE! 1st Vlco President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pre
J. P. COOKE! Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OHO. H. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
Hnlku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nnhlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie CalifonU ttt tritiUI S. 8. 0.
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Work of Phila
delphia, Pa,, U. S. A,
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross ft Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflno Paint Co.' P. ft B. Paints sad
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloth, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKB
' AGENTS ITOR '
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Work. 8L Louis, Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Etna Fire In. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
Sbw England Mutual Life in
surance Co. gf Boston.
cCtna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Jrwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vico President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Wnitney, Jr.... Tress, and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
1 1 1 p T
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makeo Sugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Plnnters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas, Berwcr & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C, M, Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W, E,
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
QUEEN ST., . HONOLULI .
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Dalolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Genoral Manage ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for tho Ha
Office, : Merchant Bt. : Honolulu,
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