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BY PATRONIZING BULLETIN ADS.
Vofi. XI. No. 1951.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY SEPTUM 15 KU 25, mill
Piuok 5 Cents.
IT'S GODS WAY
WILL BE DONE
Milium House, Buffalo. Sept. It. l'rrnlilcnt McKlnley died at 2 !.' a. m.
lie had been unconscious since 7: DO p. in. Ills Inst conscious hour on earth
was i-pent with the wife to whom he devoted u lifetime of cure. He illed un
attended by n minister of tlio Gospel, but his lout weirds were u humble
mbmlsslon to the will of the God In whom he bellcied. He was reconciled
to the cruel fate to which nn assassin's bullet had condemned him and faced
death In the game spirit of calmness which has marked hi Ions nnd honor
able career. Ills hint conscious word', reduced to writing by Dr. .Mann, who
Mood nt hl bedside when they were uttered, were:
"Good-by, all, good-by. It's God's way, II Ik will be done."
His relatives and the numbers of his official family were at the Milbiirn
house, except Secretary Wilson, who did not avail himself of the opportun
ity, and Home of his personal and political trlendx took leavo of him. Thli
painful ceremony was simple. Ills friends came to the dnor of the slcl:
room, took n lunging glance at him and turned tearfully away. He was
practical! tinconsrlnus during this time. Hut tho powerful heart stlmu
lants. Including oxygen, were employed to re-store him to consciousness for
the final parting with his wife. He asked for her and aha sat at his side
nod held his hand, He consoled her and bade her good-by. She went
fTiroiiKU the heartrending scene with the same bravery nml fortitude with
which he has borne the Rrlef of the tragedy which ended Ills l..e.
It Ik almost certain that nn autopsy on the President's body will be
held to determine the exact cause of death. This Is the wish of all the sur
geons and physicians who ore In attendance. The peculiar action of the Pres
ident b heart was more or less of a puzile to nil, and Dr. McRurney expressed
the opinion that In the Interest of sclen;e as well ns the Interest of the Gov
ernment and the world It was deslrablo that the exact cause of the death be
determined. The President's heatt gave trouble from the beginning, but Its
erratic action was nt first thought to be due to the shock of the wound.
When the wound had begun to progress favorably the heart gao more trou
ble and anxiety than ever. Its action became feeble and finally gave out al
together. The theory of at least one of the physicians Is that the otlglnal
hock caused by the first wound over 'the heart had much to do with tho
trouble) which caused death.
Krom authoritative officials the fo'towlug details of the final seem a In
nml about the death chambers were ".enured1 The Piesldent bad continued
In an unconscious state slrce S;S0 p. in. Dr. ltlxey remained w.ih him at all
times and nn. . death came. The other doctors were In the room at times
niul they repaired to the front room, where the consultation had been held.
About - o'clock Dr. Illxey noticed unmlstukenble signs of dissolution and the
members of the family were summoned to the bedside. Mrs. McKlnley sot
asleep and it was desirable not to uwjken her for the lust moments of
Silently and sadly the members of the family stole Into the room. They
stood about the font nml sides of the bed wJiern the gient man's life was ebb
ing nwny.iThose In the circle were: Aimer McKlnley. the Picsldeut'
brother; MnyAbm-r McKlnley, Miss Helen, the President's sister, Mrs. Sa
rah DuncaEfntiother sister; Miss Mary Darker, a niece; Miss Sarah Duntun,
Lieutenant .1. !. McKlnley, n nephew; William M. Duncan, a nephew; Charles
Dawes, the Comptroller of the- Currency; Y. M. Osborne, a cousin; Colonel
Webb C. Hayes, John A. llarber, a nephew; Secretary George II, Cnrtclvou.
Colonel W. C. Drown, tho business partner of Aliner McKlnley; Dr. P. M.
ltlxey, the family physician, and six nurses and attendants. In an adjoining
mora snt the physicians. Including Drs. Mcllurney, Wasdln, Parke, Stockton
Now Dr. ltlxey bent forward and then one of his hands was raised as If
In warning. The fluttering heart wan just going to rest. A moment more
mid Dr. Klxey stinlghteneel up and, with choking voice, said: "The Presi
dent itt de-ad."
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CITIZENS TO ASSEMBLE
There will bo n big meeting In the' drill sheel nt 7:.1rt o'clock this evening for the. purpose- of discussing
and arriving nt sunn' action on the- part of the! cltlrcns of Honolulu with leferenee' to the death of President Mc
Klnley, The business bouses of the' city we're not elosi'd today because1 It Is deemi'd best ley those' Interi'ste-il that
n certain day shall be set apart when there: shall be n general closing down of cvciythlug In tho city nut of re
sect for tho memory of the nssasshintcd President, This matter will lie discussed nt the' meeting tonight.
The KVeleml and Territorial olllees are nil closed toeliiy. The schools haw also closed their doors today
pursuant In the following announcement made Inst night hy A T. Atkinson. Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion: "The public schools will be rinsed today out of respi'c-t to the memory of the late- President. The1 Super
liiteiiilent of 1'ilhllo Instruction desires nil teachers to hold exercises, on Friday, September 'J7. In tluUr vnrloui
school rooni.e. In which they will Instinct the pupils of various grades nt to the calamity which has belnlleii our
Itepublli', mid the helnousness of thu trililu which has been committed When singing ran be used the Sui""
lutendent would suggust the Introduction of tho hnm "Nearer My God toTheo," thu tone's of which wen- utter
ed by the dying President ns he was pnsslng to tho great beyond."
Tho l-'rnneis .Murphy Club held a meeting lust night and adopted upnropilate resolutions.
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of Bar Leaders
Judge- Kite-.- this morning held a
sctslon of the Lulled States District
Court nnlv to adiotim out of lejpect
to the memory of President McKlnley.
lie- adjourned c-ciuit iinui lu ociock Jn
Monday morning next, and oickp.-d th!
cHites of the court closed lo,
I'lie proeeedlngs connected Willi nu-
luiiinmeiit wero eleoply luipressiv .
Klotpieiit spi'ec-hes were delivered by
'Judge Ilste-e-, Judge l.lltlo anil scveinl
.N'ot In words merely formal but with
the deepest sincerity do we deprecate!
the met. the manner auej the cliiuin
stances of the dastardly elii-il.
l-oi the third lime Hi otil iiutlo.iul
iliistory we ale called upon to rec-orj
Ithe deuth of n Cblet nwctitlvn who
has fallen by thu assassin's bullet, and
i lie nation Is shocked aim i lined be
miml measure nt thee nppareut elf feci,
Hit' conspicuous weakness of our mod
members of the bar, some of wlilihseru i-hlllzatlnn to puiteet tho lles of
HOW NEWS OF DEATH fill
WAS RHHVFh IN TOWN
IN 1 ACTl
BOY WAS DISCOVERED
PUTTING ROCK ON TRACK
a-8 was brought to town Motoimin and Conductor of Rapid
ii k specially chartered 1 I
Transit uo. on Mima street uar
The transport Warren bringing the
s.id lntenlgenie of the dcuth of Presl
dent McKlnley arrived yesterday af
ternoon shortly after '', o clock. As
soon as thu now
lu the Ilulletl
launch It spread like iviidllre. Krom
the wharf it was communicated by
word of mouth to the business nnd
resldtnco portion of town nnd soon
from nearly fvery flag pole visible
ll.ig.-t were (lying at half mast betoken
ing the general sorrow of tho commun
ity at the nation's bereavement.
The Hags at the Custom House, the
goviTiimcnt buildings and foielgn con
Arrest One of Puunui
It has been eleflnitely proved that
hoodlums are the ones who hne nee
are reported In full below
The window lu th rear ol Hi"
ueli was dra oeil In mourning. In tin'
nibisl appearing u portiall of the mar
Hemarxt cy ;. j. uunne.
J. J. Dunne. Deputy I'nlted Statts
District Attorney, made tho motion for.
i.iljcmininent lu the following r;
It Is with profound legrvt that I
llse to suggest In our lienor the
Mir most dlstlngutsiieil c-ltlzeiis in ibe
Tlu time allotted us In this bilcf
nnd punfiil hour will not admit ol nn
'jMeiieleei remnrl.ii upon the life and
'clianie-ti-r of President .McKlnley, stit
dee It to say thnt bo was n soldier
who bravely fought that we ml -
hue one country unit one flag. Ai -l
iiii-mber of the National House Ids'
conspicuous attitude em Important leg
IHUtlnn ilisplnyed the ehaiatti'r of tile
deatli or tin- President or tilt- I'tilfai tjpieal American atatesman. As ill
Itirnther of the Ui tiers of the Tenitde,
'upon tho alturs of which the light ol
truth ever hums, he wim a tit exempli-
tncailon or tho wisdom nnd prudfii"i'
fof its beautiful I'ssnns. As eli7en
Lhis llfo was spotleus.
I As I'resld.-nt of Hie United States.
States. The- death ot Mr. McKlnley
run be legnreled In no other light thn'i
that of u national calamity. Tre cue
eess of his long udnilnlbtratlon. his
(.ettled policy milking ulwayu lot
pence and prosperity ami his achieve
ments both In peace and In war. hnvt-
i.uiublncil to tunke him a notable ins
ure In our hl.
htnley, hotli oy nntuio ana iieiiicvo-,ulil of him that during his Ineiim
incut, wan ilttid lo stand In that nicni-Si ,,,-v r n, i.r,.u ,,ini .,iii...i.
oinble tilo. the other two members ofii.nu l,..lr,..l tr. ri.. el... i-,,,,,iu ,. ,i.
which were Untoln unci Garfield. If dial of time which marks the nnn-reis
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iui bu iiiuiiBi) 111 nun iiviimnuiif iii.i-.-ioi i Ivillzat em and lirosoer Ity iindei
ter that 1 can any no mare than loffih Cnisilintl.m nn i en,. ,,,,.m,,.- i.ii
uitc our Honor to declare) the I'nltlcwy. restless lolds of our beautiful
e;u oieiic-B ouii'ih e. iosco, unci eu iinjeiiii n . 11,11. mi 11 i-i-iitnrv 11 ii-.ul
this court until next Monday morning . r Kn-ow for Ibe loss of our c'lr.
Judge G. F. Little's Remarks. r Itinguljlieil elllxen, comrade and lirolli
Judge Gilbert h. I.ltllc e-f the rniiltiiTe'r, his tragic death has its lesson
.11 Hume 111111 u iioiuuif ne;- ,,. w,,h g,.ntie. as a woman lu his eon
history. And eveu tho un-ktuct with tlie people; be was eouservn
iigoff of this great m.111 !iasl,u,. in all things. et positive nnd
1 In u class that, liappl y,Ffnre.ful In the discharge or tho di,
lit few; and William Mc-Nles uf Ills great otlleo. Well nny It be-
iiiensiirej are- Imperatively essential
Let the act be tieason. nnu let t!,c
penally nf treason he death. In no
jther way inn we give vigor ami ro
business to our clulUatlon. nnd se
Hills to tlie lives or our Chief Ki e
ullves. And unless we do admit some
such uii'isiues We shall soon i-ee au-
Mchy and minder arresting tlie pn'g
ress or fi iiiri'ii society unci eiisinlitiril
Ing future generations of that rich
llee e sslnll of lieac 0 oil earth 11 till
jnnd will Inward all meli" destroyed
and the horrors of anarchy triumph-
ml lu this l liilsilnnleil nnd (Ulllr.ecl
liilid, Tin- presenl llistane-e Is hut n
tint III the illieetleiu of natlnnnt At-
HOliltlon ir It Is not e-hee-ked.
If the (.'mil t lil ease, let is dwell ills
Bon this siibjei t no lunger in this hoi-
owliu hour 1,1 1 in this dnv and Ir.
Mils distinguished plcsenci ln-
laurel leaf upon the nieiuory of our
nnrtsieii Piesident nnd with rev.-i
s'lltly bowed head and klli'e out Hi'
lowly hillock ami bedeck with (lowers
Lind hedeu' with tears tho turf which
Will glow nowhere else so green.
May pence' come to llu he-nit of tlei
li'Voteil wife, eternal rest to our lal't
heloteel President who sleeps (lie sleep
lint Knows no waking, nml national
tranquility to this laud of tho free ami
t.oini' of the !nae.
P. M Hutch and T. Mi Cants Stew
rrt of the bar of botli the Territorial
end Federal courts followed with ml
diesses of de-ep feeling and high fin-
iiui'iice. pnlng iillriiit triliuti'K to ho
kilometer ami c.iri'cr ol President Me
Remarks by Thomas Pitch
Buffalo, Sept. 1 1. The l-st period of consciousness ended for the Presi
dent about 7: 10 p. tn. He chanted the liftn. Ne-nrer. My God, to Thee," nml
his final words, as taken down by Dr. Maun at the bedside, were: "Good-by,
all. Good-by. It Is God's way. Ills will be done" Then his mind begai
to wander and soon he completely lost consciousness. Ills life was prolonged
for hours by the administration of ox)gcu, and the President finally express
ed n desire to be nlloned to die. About G. 30 o'clock the administration nt
oxygen ceased and the pulfe grew fainter nnd fainter. He was sinking grad
ually like a child into the eternal slumber. Ily 10 o'clock his extremities,
fteie rold. Shortly before that hour Sceretnry Cortelyou sent out formal
word that the President was dying. Uut he lingered on, his pulse growing
fainter ami fainter. There wns no need for offltJnl bulletins after this. Those
who came from the house told the same story that the end might come at
any time. The President's tremendous Mtallty was tin-only remaining factor
In thp-refcult, and this gave hope only of grief postiioiiement of the- er.d.
.U .midnight the Mllburn house was the center of a m-erc ns animated
as though It were midday, hut a solemn hush hung over the great crowd of
wntchers. The lower part of the house was uglow with light nnd the mnnjf
iittemlants. friends nnd relatives could he seen within moving nbout and oc
casionally coming in groups to the front door for a breath of air. In the up
per fiont chambers the lights were low, and on the north side, where the
chamber of death is located, there were fitful lights, at one moment burning
brightly nnd then turned low. Secretary Hoot and Secretary Wilson eamo
out about midnight and paced up and down the eldewnlk, the center of nn
anxious throng. All that Secretary Hoot would eay was. "The night haa
not yet come." All through the night those who bad hastened here us fast
an steel und steam could carry thera continued to arrive. They Jrovo tip
In carriages at a gallop or were whisked up In automobiles, nil intent on get
tint, herr before death came
At midnight It was recognized that nothing remained but the final strug
gle, and some of the friends of the family who had remained throughout
the day began to leave the houso. Such was the condition of Intcnio
anxiety among .ie watchers outside that rumors gained frequent circula
tion nnt ilea tu had actually occurred. The arrival o t..e Coroner g.ire rise
to one such rumor, and n flood of rnundless dispatches wa sent, saying
that tun end had come. These were speedily set at rest by iui nnlclaj state
nient fieiin wltn.n the bouse that thereiKnts of death were groundless nnd'
that tlie President still lived.
Krom midnight on there was nn change, and at 5: IB a in. the President
passed quietly owny. Among the lav to arrive were Attorney General Ktiox
nnd Secretary Uing. They were permitted to see their dj lug chief, but hi
was not conscious of their preenre. In the house during the final hour
were Secietarles Hitchcock, Wilson and Hoot, Senators Fairbanks, Hanna
nnd Harrows, John Day, Abner McKlnley, the President's rirothcr, Mrs Har
her and Mrs. Duncan, the President's slsteis. nnd Miss Mary Barber. Tha
Itev C I). Wilson, a Methndlm mlnhter, who was the President's pastor for
three je-.irs nt Canton, railed at the residence to Inquire whether his services
Were needed, hut did not enter the house.
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placing stones on tho I.lllhn
rir :?:" ."jVac . n... iu.Pid tu co.. ,i
then the shipping In the harbor put out
the sign of mourning.
Some criticism was heard from
among the ranks of the, sea captains V ,, w
.. er the action of Piiptn n Itarnfontm.t t,. WiW niak,
of the transport Warren which brought JC()Ullm iw , a ,
tho sad news, not having his Hags nt
For groceries ring up nine Bll.
Manager Ilallcntyiio now feels that the
nuisance will be stopped.
At about fil.'.O o'clock yesterday af-
Its way east.
ffttLHSt utll" Itntf I'HIi tll tmnn fill
half mast Not until long after thc? ,u iZ Uw " ' ., e
vessel arrived In port was the ensign 1 ,.., , .,. ...... ,.. ,
QWI1 l.ItT Ll.llV ,,lll lllL-ll liiUL IJtll IV lllllll.
H The boy was not so far In fiont nml
the. mntorman putting on all his power,
iivas near the place In a few tterondv
tjand before' there was much chant"
The. band played on the Capitol lfor anyone In run away The hoi wfti
grotindb this forenoon and will play m.y IIIlt(ll frK,tene.. and stalled tn
.'ronKniiiinisiiiieinoen. I ins oven-frlm nttlly )Ul lf. WHh ,, ,.,.,.,,
Ing, the baud will be present nt tho J,,,,,, lllht. u, ,K. ,.ur.
meeting of citizens In the drill shed. 0ll . HllJ. ,,, t. ,iy who turn-
- Ketl out to lie Alex. Lazarus, tho twelm
1' lIB,cur old son of u Portuguese father
fand 11 Hawaiian mother, confessed
everything, saying that he put the
C'll cuclt seconded the motion Willi tin
following remarki) :
.May it mease thu Court, It Is mil
r.ently pinper that the Territorial Jiiv
lielary should express lo our Honor.
and through you, us thu most ellsili:
Igulslu'tl American citizen iu this Tel
lltory, to tho Attorney General of thu
Culled States, and through him to
tho President of the Culted States, our
full realization nt tho iiw-fulness nf Bailer thee assault (whether successful
tlie act which has plunged our greatBcr not) Is made'. This sentiment may
iu.t Ion into 11 paroxysm or piorounclMUo mortifying to our Idcu 01 elviliu
ion. lint It Is evident tn.it such drastic-
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which the American people should
heed before It Is too lain Kn-ry
tablislimeut for thu lueuhatlnii 'mil
Insemination of i.natehlstle iirlpclplc s
should l destroyeTl- every englno feir
the creation of those Irieslsllble', aim
less, mnnlerocm impulses to kill sonic
bne prominent in tho administration
t iiuhllc .ilTulrs. should be public!..
illicit and that within twenty-four hours
Changes In the positions of the out
side force of the Customs House arc
under consideration, it Is proposed to
piomote M. .1, Se-nnlnn Inspector In
charge of the outside flirce to the
liquidating department. The xncanei
made by this change will be filled by,
the selection of K. A. Jncogsen or
George Klstcr the two oldest officers
present on the force. Inspector Mil
Thomas I-ltch made the i-lnslnx iter formerly on the outside force has
riH-ech n beliall nf tae bur In the fol-j he-en taken Into the upstair office and
lowing language: I i.iK 11I(, nn,,.! 1... rinn ,lf ,1,,. 1.. .
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1... . ..-S....-.1, is .............. ..... .... i , , ap11(,IllU(.R.
if tin' nation mourns tlie loss of a a ,. ' . . ... .
,.,-....1 ,.,,,1 ,.,l .,,,.., l Iir.. oH 1 nt- rimiiM-s liriiliimeei mil lie gre.ll
.111 iii-ni mil on of I he miss 1 III! es ' " uriirm i me serine linn ns
which He In the path of every elll7cn reward for fau.iiul wcuk on the part
of the Itepublle, 1 of the olllcers ulTerted hy the promo
Position, though most often gained tlnns.
hy merit, may lie an accident; hut to
lite In thu hearts of the people Is to
hui' lived In sympathy witli the peo
ple, and no scholarship nliine. no '-lo-
lueuce alone, no glfl of genius ulon.
Inn achievements in letteis, arts or
arms e-uiild liavo won to their posse-
(Continued on page I.)
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Honor for Humphreys
Wormwood for Thurston
Itev. Alex. Mackintosh has decided
to hold n memorial service for the
- death of Piesldent McKlnley Instead of
I the usual morning service of the Sec
I ond Congregation of St, Andrew's
Cathedral at 9:45 Sunday. Special mu
sic will be rendered throughout nnd
Mr. Mackintosh will preach u sermon
suitable to the occasion.
A man who has San Krancisen cap I
tal behind him bus been about lu Ho
nolulu of lute trjlng to Fccure laud
somewhere nt Waiklkl for the purposo
of establishing chutes just as In San
I'ranclsco. He thinks that such u form
of amusement, once Intioduccd In Ho
noliilu, would taka well.
M HIVE ran
AND UlAUFpR STARTER
Thu new yactlitlng association In
tends to begin well. The committee at
work on the scheme for organization
will report this week nnd another
nrge attendance of the yachtsmen will
be held. Already Intending membent
are Inquiring ns to how they can make
ippllcatlou und It looks as If there
would be a membership roll of a. least
1fty lo start with.
Tlie first event under the auspices
if the association Is to bo a regatta
slid l Him. The race will be from this
Itv to Pearl Harbor where the spread
will be laid.
Another scheme proposed Is the lo
cution of permanent buoys off Wulkikl
and Kallhl so that there will uiwayi
be a course with turning points avail
able for limsaes during other times
Thero are 40.000 111 and bedrlddca
paupers In Loudon workhouses.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621. t
Packnges shipped to
nil parts of tho Uclted
States nnd Huropo. 1
I Oltlce. 1047 llothel St.,
n opposite Honolulu Market.
The Only Vacant House,
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern In
provements; $40 a month.
Also targe residence on the Waiklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
Washington. September I-.- Attorney General Knox has concluded Ills Investigation of the charges fll"l
b tie liar Association against Abiiiin S. Humphreys, First Judge of tl.o Circuit Court ot tlie first Judicial Ills
tilct nf Hawaii. Ho has prepared his findings nml will uiihmlt them In ihci President as soon ns practicable.
Tim conclusion reached Is th'il Judg.) HumphieyH has ilnne unthlnj which would Justify his removal. Tlie
Attorney Gene ral finds that snmei of tho charges wein not satlsfactnilly I'Stnbllshud. an,! ns to thu others thnt
they weio purely matters of Innuendo, utteily without justlficntlun In fa-I and ice Mess ami lntemperatu in
In e-ontluslon the Attorney Gnneiul say;
"MEMBERS OF THE BAR AS OFFICERS OF THE COURT SHOULD BE LOYAL TO THE COURT.
WHERE THERE IS A FAIR REASON FOR BELIEVING THE JUDGE 13 ACTING IMPROPERLY IT IS
THE DUTY OF THE BAR TO DECLARE IT OPENLY, BUT A MEMBER OF THE BAR 18 FAITHLESS TO
HIS HIGH CALLING WHEN HE ASSAILS A JUDGE AND IMPEACHE3 HIS INTEGRITY UPON NO FACTS
EVEN REMOTELY JUSTIFYING THE ATTACK. BUT UPON VAQUE SUSPICION AND UNFAIR INNUENDO.
THAT THESE AND MANY OF THE CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE HUMPHREYS TO WHICH ALLUSION
HAS BEEN MADE WERE PREFERRED BY MEMBERS OF HIS OWN COURT CLEARLY SHOWS THE DIF.
F1CULTIE8 OF HIS POSITION AND THE SEVERITY OF THE ORDEAL THROUGH WHICH HE HA8 PASS
ED. IT IS OBVIOU8 THAT THE TASK WILL NOT BE AN EASY ONE, AND WHERE JUDGE8 SELECTED
BY YOU DISCHARGE THEIR DUTIES WITH COURAGE AND INTEGRITY AND REASONABLE ABILITY
THEY SHOULD BE 8USTAINED, EVEN THOUGH 1 HEY MAY IN ATTEMPTING TO SOLVE THE DIFFI
CULT PROBLEM8 WHICH PRESENT THEMSELVES AT TIMES ERR, SOME CONSIDERATION MUST BE
HAD FOR THE DIFFICULTY OF THEIR P08ITION.
"HAVING FULLY CONSIDERED THE COMPLAINT8 AGAINST JUDGE HUMPHREYS AND HIS AM-
Lazarus' cabe will come up In the Po-1 SWER8 THERETO, I AM ENTIRELY SATISFIED THAT NOT ONLY HAS THE JUDGE DONE NOTHINC
-A ' 4 iiiiiiaii limit. .-X IIIOTtrx LJIO UEaantfAl rtllT YLIAT Ur UAC F"T UCAIfU DCODrHJCIDII ITICTQ ULTITU
stunt! on the track nnd that he did
It Just for fun. If thy would let him
go, he would never do an) thing of tlie
Lazarus was tiunsferred tn another
rnf fi.i.l uiml l, ilia ,.111, .. .tf ttw Tf.i.iC.1
-V... ,u nvt.V .M ,.,,, wHO ... ,,IU ,,U'tl
Transit Co, where ho was questioned
uy .Manager uaiientyne. Tlie iioy not
only conressed ever) thing again but
he gave the name uf tho boy who put
the lurge stone on the track the other
lice Court tomorrow. Ills mother was
nt tho police station this morning, de
claring In loud tones that her boy was
Innocent, She had not heard that he
had made u clean breast ot the whole
Mystic Lodge, No 2, on calling its ;
i meeting to order last night, liumcdl-
lately adjourned out of respect for tho
memory of President McKlnley who
wna a member of tho K. P.'s us well as!
of the lodges of Hlks and I ted Men.
WHICH WOULO JU8TIFY HIS REMOVAL, BUT THAT HE HAS MET HEAVY RESPONSIBILITIES WITH
GREAT COURAGE AND UNQUESTIONED INTEGRnY. I THEREFORE RECOMMEND THAT THE PETI
TION FOR HIS REMOVAL BE DENIED."
Wushlniitoii, September VI. Attorney General Knox this morning mnde public- his finding In tho matter of
the charges piieferred by thu liar Association or tho Hawaiian Islands agalnsl Judge Abram S. Humphreys of tl.o
Clit-ult Court of thu l-'lrst Judicial Circuit of Hawaii. Mr. Knox, in Ills recommendation to tho President, bayi:
"Having tully considered tho complnlntB ngnlnst Judge Humphreys nnd his answer thereto, I nm entirely
tjtitlstleel that not only the Judge litm clone nothing that would justify Ills removal, but that lie bus met hH
litnvy responsibilities with grent courngn and iinqui'stlonod Integrity I therefore recommend that thu petition
for Ills removal he denied."
Tho report ot tho Attorney Gonornl Is exhaustive nnd covers seven typewritten pages. Ho prefaced a ro
view of tho tentlmony nt tho hearing with tho statement that Judge Humphreys was ntlondi'd by counsel, nnd
that V, W. Ilankoy, nH counsel for thn liar Assentation, submitted briefs and was present at tho hearing held at
tho Attorney General's offlco.
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