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EVENING BUI.MvTIN, HONOLULU. II. T WEDNESDAY, SE1T. 25. 190L
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WKPNIHDAY.SEI'TEMIIEK 23. 1001
1118 LA8T MESSAGE.
"It Is Cod's way. Ills will be done."
Would that the sexenty million souls
who hao come to ndmlie, honor and
,loe their late Prisldent could lew the
nsterlmis working of the Omnipotent
power who rIm's and takes away, with l
tin- shine calm spirit of trust In which
Pri-Kldi'iit MeKlnley npprimelieil hi
"Why should (led allow It?" Is tin
crj that comes to eM-r, mind. IVm..i-
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ed and broken with the honor, the plt
of It all. luilfteil about with human In
,nu. ... .niimi in.. ilinths of the
rapacltj to sound the depths in
infinite ruler ot uie tiiuv.rse u,r ..v.,,,.. ,
rulse their hands to heaven in helpless,
distress, almost ciuestlonlng tne ncis
of Hod. In the midst of lontllittug
passion and sorrow of the hour come
the message of our bidoved lender, his
hist message, his last thought ns he
was about to pass through the portals
"It Is (Joil's way. Ills will be done."
Wlllam MeKlnley died us he lived.
Kiihleil nnd supported by an unfailing
trust In Cod; fulfilling his duty, never
evading It while he lived, and ready
for the tall from earthly toll though
It came nt a time when gauged by
earth! standards he had reached the
point in his career when life wa
sweetest. MeKlnley had passed through
das and ears fierce sometimes blttcy I
political strife, had proved his stead
fast Integrity of purpose and had lit
lome the Ideal President lu the minds
of the people Irrespective of party. He
had led the Nnllon tbioiigh a severe
crisis, through a war to noble peace;
he saw his policies In n large measure
productive of a contented and pros
perems people nnd looki'd forward tn
the ncionipllshine-nt of even gieater
victories In tho nrts of peace. The)
people were with him heart and soul,
convinced of h breadth of wisdom
and conlldeiit of his earnest endeavor
to do the bidding of those who had
taken him from their ranks to direct
the affairs of the Nation.
His life was precious because of his
devotion to his high calling. Every
net und word i.ing true to the grand
prlnclplcH for which America has ever
been the snonm. And yet he was as
ready to obey the Divine mil to eter
mil rru, - he was tn accept the re
sponsibilities of life.
In the hour of death President Mr
Klnle) taught the people n lesson
forceful, beautiful and chaiactcrlslle
of his leadeishlp.
"It is Ocid's wu). Ills will be done."
With the same steadfast reliance upon
the Supreme Huler. the people should
go forward thankful that In the Divine
plan such an example has been raised
up where It may serve as u light to
guide the citizen through days of ad
versity or prosperity, days of Joy or
MeKlnley Is dead. His great work
will live nut only In the heart and
minds of those remaining to mourn
their loss hut more particularly In the
plans and alms of ho man called upon
to take up the fallen leader's work.
President Theodore Iloosevelt Is 4
man trained In the samo manly, cour
fcgeous school of patriotic endeavor oiin' ' nc,1M imitldpntlon In publie
the one whoso place he takes. Ills
public career has betn marked with
much that Is picturesque but with nil
these characteristics peculiarly hli
own Tluodoio Iloosevelt tins display
d that power of intellect, high order
ot patriotism and nt the samo time
thoughtful conservatism which causes
thu people to contemplate his ncces
Blon to tho position of Chief Execu
tive with a full dtgtee of confidence.
Among all his public- or private as
sociates, the late President had no
more loyal or ardent supporter than
Iloosevelt. Ho believed In MeKlnley
and believed ill tho policies Me
Klnley outlined and wus In a largo
nieasuro able to carry to completion.
As a cltUen, a friend und n firm bo
llcver In the program of big predeces
sor, Itoosuvcdt Is a worthy successor
to those duties so suddenly thrust upon
President Roosevelt has come to b.j
known among his fellow citizens as th
all round American, particularly ex
pressing tho high Ideals uf tho ynuugcf
manhood of thu Nation. Ho has been
radical but always In support of hon
esty and purity In publlo and prlvatu
life. Ho has been ready tn fight In
behalf of any caute be believed to bo
Jiist and right. Ho boa fought with
vigor, hut never have his energetic ef
forts been lowored to the standards of
tho political brawler or tho nsplrant
for Imperialist military honors.
Hoosovclt known how to bo canscrrn
the; he 1ms shown thnt his highest
aspiration In found In tho artg of peace.
Ho Is outspoken, firm, itilck In deci
sion but always amenable to reason.
The people bae conm to consider the
new President as Uonseelt the or
gresle. He has been placed In posi
tions where this phase of his admirable
iharacter has been particularly
hioiiRht to the front. It Is safe to say
we are about to see a new Itoosoelt,
new In lonnpicnie of his call to a poM
llon that will demand Rreater onser
atlm. The President has the capa-
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ilty. exporliiee. education and trnlnliie.
to meet the demand, nnd he will meet
ii i),,.,,i..n ,!,, nui linnir ulini
Truth and Jutlce shall prevail. The
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Mndlentlon of .Iii.Irp Humphro from
the charts brought against him In
(lit T,mri(tull ,.,lnipaRn ,)f nm,0lin,
spue was as certain as uie nsinR ami
scttliiK of the sun. This Is not the tlmu
to dlscu-s the bitterness of JuiIko I
lluinphroH nntiiKonUts. When the
people are prepared to acalii take up
pi esene the Amerlcnn Integrity of this
Terrltiirv. tluie will be no hesitancy
. , ,
,n ,,. tt,t,10t ,.,.,, lu more'
1(nI,,ctt. lIo,r,u.lOI1 of lhlll dcsplcnole
oUtlcaI rl)K no.,I1(S morcJ ()r lmn
than associated assassins of character.
Por today the words of Attorney lien
eral Knox are sufficient. They sound
the death knell of the Dole-Tliuiston
It Is iiartlcularly appropriate that
the people of thlt city should assemble
Informally to kIo expression to their
prlef for the great loss they with the
Nation hue suffered. Let ocry cltl
icn who can he present at the Drill
Shed this etnlnK. The objects of this
gntlierlng need no explanation. Let
the people speak from the fullness of
their sorrowing heartl.
OF BAR LEADERS
(Continued from pa;e I.)
sor mo love which tonay sons its lar
n ells lu .eiiAiuiey uueiei pine and
puiiii, under maim aim imigiiouj ui......
viiin.iii .Mci.iiney was iuu ocm.'U
of a mi', piouu i.n ti uiihUiy nauuu u
launu in ins uiaiauei- unit m lus v
iter lie epiiomizeil Uie. genius of ltd
iiidiuu.ioi.il una tlie euisiiciiy oi lis
guuus. lie mid tne lepieseiiiutivu m
i ue best typo of Aliieiiiau liiauliuo I.
no leveled up lu o.eij exigini). ii"
aiiilcipaieii uveiy occasion iUu aa
leuily to meet li upon a piaue oi ciiu.ii
uy wiiii it. When u boy In scars
no lonuwed the nag. mi hau inn mil)
i. is p.itnoiii puipotiu in imi luiino, mu
ms elliiieiit iuu lo too peiiormuuiu M
me litiiUUiesi cullies oi u soituer. Vi ilea
lie was placed lu thu nation's forum
ue sec. uk u in once iuu position ui a
leader. When tho representatives of
a great parly placed mm in mu 1-ifrii-iieni
s i null' nu was ad calmly eipial m
mat ns to every other exigency of his
gient career. vVlie'n wur was preeipl
catid upon us by uie Kinking ol tuo
.Maine no held too not iniiailence ol
(lie people in check mull urmy nnd
navy louid be equipped to meei the
siuulen tall. Witu matililcsd judg
inent he selected tho militiiry ami na
val lenders, whose brilliant nihlcti
nieiits astounded n world. With sa
gacity, with pnniotlsm nnd with cour
age no guided thu ship of statu
through thu tumbled wateis which
encompassed her, w.icn the pennant
wus hoisted that pioclnlmed her i
world power. And nt last during long
ihi)d of suffering lie battled lor lite
nnd yet awnltcd death, Willi the lulth
of a Christian, with thu dignity or n
philosopher, with thu courage id a
The charm and tho glory of our
dead President was In his abounding
and kindly humanity. HitternesH, ma
Icvolencu, uncharltaUleuess and all de
facing and debasing qualities weui
strangers to his. though:, in the great
contest which for long years shook
our laud from center to clrcurafuicnro
In the battle between the bayonets
behind which wero a passion, and the
bajonets behind which weru a
thought. In tho contest long since hap
pily ended In compacte-d national uni
ty, he was over anlmnted by the lottl
i'it principle unmixed with any per
sonnl animosities. There cannot be
leund in ull his published utterances
extending through more than thirty
I1IIUIID, 1IIIU CUllhlU HI IIIVIII.V1 'l('PIIt !
oi hatred townid man or seitlon ony
elnglo sentence Hint his blogiupbor
need suppress or His mends nud nee
esBiiry to explain.
It Is not llttlng that 1 should on this
cccnslnu Indulge lu lengthy review of
thu character and career of the hero
and statesman who has gone. Do I
pay gone? Ah, no. When n great
limn dies nnd wo gaze ut his unllnlsh
iii efforts and cry out for some proof
thut tho work goes cm, some thought,
some echo, sumo subtle-st sign what
dullards tiro wu ull!
Can wu not discern that thu lestl
moiiy of the soul Is the only testimony
tl.nt we daio not chullenge? That
thought Is a witness never suborned?
Thnt thu echu wo so fain would grasp
l Clients Iniinoi tally lu every volieless
ntoni. In every viewless, measureless
length of spnee? Lived ever In nor
consciousness muio Hiuely, more in
tently, our murdered lender than hit
lives today, though no more living In
tho flesh than the rudlnut-deulzeii 'if
n star? Were elnvs of agony nnd
rights haunted b) the deadly rankle of
the assassin s bullet, all the compen
sation wiung Iiom a llle of untold
iiscfiilni-ss and unceasing toll? Ask
tho inothbr of the thrill sbo felt when
first her baby boy clung to her must
bo laid down with tho Inst tlnnh of
her poor heart? Ask tln soldier who
FUOBxrcl his way through the smoke
up tn tho bannered still a, If tin com
indo who marched by his side was lost
lo him forovcr when tho light went
tut of his 'ves? Ask the wlln If that
rr.o on i th look wuh tho Inst'' Ask
futurity If thlnki r, philosopher poet,
riatoi. statesman, hero ami friend hn.i
cone Into tho eveilnstlng dark? Ah,
ro. With us abides the Iocs, but find
universe Is a universe) ol compcii..n
lions, nnd lomehcw, somewhere, theie
must bu equivalent gain.
And so we bid our l'realtle nt for a
vhllo farewell "We glp him not to
the RntM) nnd tho gloom," but to tbo
history . .nt ho Illumined by his Re
Miih. nud to the hope of thu dawn
which dwells belond tho sunset Tho
hplendld Intellect with ltn enclowincuU j
of knowledRO nnd Its nttributes of
tower, went mil Iiom Its fleshly houso
went out with tho tide. Hut Mio
olirnal tlilii whleli elilieil here, flowed
elsewheie. The spirit with nil Its ?ar- j
Mied riches of wisdom, with Its per
tonality beatified but not uliwilieil by I
the new llcht, sallied out of this eart.i-,
l nlttlit Into tho imllant niornliiK of
niinllini. 111 r. ITit.ttt Hint tn.iinl.it. mil-
,.,,.. -i vlsbins m neter rent. At 111
Ihreshhold wo port for a white with
the levlir who hiis Konc; we part only
until the hour whin each shall j
Itrth upon the Ioiik Jeniriio, h: In a
with tin plillcmopher of Urceec, "Ye
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111. I III lUlf, . II JllllUI-ri tlllll 1 ,1111 11.
,., nml wlUh u ,lflt 10 ,,,,,, n,om,
di know "
Remarks by Hon. M. M. Estee.
I JudKe Ksteo, In RrnntltiK the mu-
Hon, delivered the follow Iiik remarks,
which are a model of concise nud
Biaieful expression. They cover the
entire miliject of unlxersal dlsuiHslon.
,ll.Knll11R,,I (l ,K,,ntl.,, .i.-numlutloii
ol the irlmo mid etiillnir with n lie-ui-
tlfiil jiaiiewrlc upon tli
Piesldent as statesman.
tlIj mnntho Inenrnntlon
tion of eooiliies
iiuicl Kieiitni s, Jiiilice Estee said:
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1 1 lied upon to mourn tho iissasslna.
thm r Piesldent. and In even- such
Indium' It has been nu attack iiH)n
'Innit'as'wel'rns'ni.oyhe' Z. of
.11 ent as well as upon tne lire or
uie principles oi inierienn Kdwrn
highest Executive. It Is time the
Amprl,!"'.!' le did hoiui thing to .b-
find the 1 es of i luloiK. ?o mull
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oy iieiug eieiieii in rule over a greai
The death of President .MeKlnley.
nside from the nw fulness of his tnkln
olf. Is u personnl loss to every eltl.en
of this leirltory. He hud studied tin
rliuntlon here, and knew the needH ot
thin people. Ho was patient In listen i
lug to our complaints, jet slow in
changing established conditions. He
will understood how dlllleiilt it wn'i
for old systems of government to be
chnnged for n new und different foim
of government; ho knew that It would
take time and patience to ndjust the
situation hole to meet the now con II
Proddi-nt MeKlnley possessed In n
high degree the genius of common
sense. He combined tho tare iiinll
ties of goodness and greatness. I In
was the peer of any other ruler on
the earth. Though n soldier, he wa'i
opposed to war; yet, while the friend
rr pence, no made no surrender of
irlnclple to maintain IL Ha fill at
tho post of duty, through tho bullet
of tho assassin to whom ho was cv
tending the hand of filendshlo.
In alt tho penile eharactcrlstlts of
the hiait ho was a child; while lu t'le
drilling attributes of tho mind, he uns
a tnnn conspicuously the first umoiij;
tho Aiueilean stntesiuen uf bin time.
Take him for nil It. nil.
We shall not look upon his like again."
Acting .Marshal E. It. lleudry was
In ntteiidance upon tho court.
Editor Evening llulletln: In the
news column of the court calendar of
the P. O. AdvertlFcr of the I7tli Inst.,
theru appeared In bold letters "Homo
Ittilcr Is Hind." that of the undersigned.
I had always prcbunied, Mr. Editor,
that we were too Insignificant tu he of
any notice oy the n-porters of said
paper, but nevertheless we are able to
defend the burden that Is heaped upon
us from nil quarters of the compass
whether of friends or fois.
In one of the counts ot .au summons,
a part thereof reads as follows: "That
the undersigned had stated tn tne
plaintiff that the following gentlemen
namely, P. W. Wundenberg and die
Hon. Cecil llrown wi'ie trying to "rob"
I dmy emphatically ihat I evtr used
the scurrilous wind -oh'' in all of my
cotivcixatlon with tne plaintiff of
vvhlih Mr. Wundenberg Is guardian and
Cecil Ilionn administrator. I have the
greatest lespect for the above nnnieil
gentlemen and know nothing that
would nesmlich their honor nnd good
name in tne piemlses. or ionise us l
matter of business I leave nil of that
to their own discretion. As we nil
known there uie always two sides to a
story emanating and piompted by indi
viduals who ure unxious to predomi
nate by'weultb over the needy and
poor. It Is well known tu the defen
dants the reasons of such proceedings.
from whom and by whom, tu oust one
uf the heirs by a cantankerous bluff
that has been perpetuited. How ami
cably It would have been settled, per
haps by pin chasing the Interests that
are at slake which Is a stumbling block
to nn. Individual tout Is so anxious to
take possession, and ill he an heir that
Is living upon an undivided estate out
of his house nnd home-. There Is no
repon given and not even divided.
As there aie reasons thnt ure best
known to the guaidlan and ndmlnlstia
tor of delaying the report, pel haps for
another jc-ar, there are no criticisms
In make of Jeopardizing tho course
that Is being puistied In the premises
whether nt law or In equity,
Honolulu. Sept. 2.1. inoi.
Due to CaieleasucFs: "lie's a good
physician In some iwijs," she re
marked, "but he Is catedess, und that
naturally hurts him." "Doesn't get
his prescriptions mixed, does he?"
"That's Just what ho did In tho cnsul
of Mrs. Jenkins." "Nothing seilous, I
hope." "Yes, It was. Not fatal, of
couise, hut quite seilous. He fulled to
acquaint hlnibelf with thu clrciim
slr.r.ces und prescribed a month's test
In tho country when she could easily
uffcid a tilp to Europe. I dou't think
she'll ever see him ngiiln." Chicago
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted wild
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPRCE LANE.
OH THE FAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
I'-eie utile by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
These Roods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and aie the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In aJJItlou to 'be to coo feet of Garden
Hnse lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought in 10,000 ft, mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND PERT.
We hive all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
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Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harnosb, just received via the
"OLYMPIC," for sale at the lowest tifrures.
G. SCHUMAN. LTD,
Merchant Hti-cct, between Fort and Alnkcii.
I'tiiil It. iHonbcpjV,
Dock your Iiophc need new
ClotlicH ? Of courHc he cIoch
nnd vwintH them tu tit teio.
Thnt'tt where woenn help you.
OUR STOCK OF
Ih the moHt henuttf ill mill com
plete In thin city, unit the price
Ih mire tu milt.
We have huiifty. Murrey, teiini,
cxpreHtt vMiiVcm unci dump curt
IwirncHH, colIiu-M, etc.
Complete line em exhibition ut
our HiilcHi'oom, next door tu
CHAS. F. HERR1CK
LINOLEUMS All Grade..
WALL HANGINGS The Beit.
WINDOW SHADES Good One..
'Phone Main 358.
117!) lilver Street. Ilct. Ileretniilii mid luiiiihl.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended tu.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Hlue 341. P.O. Box 078.
Vl L h
C. H. Merrick,
CARRIAGE CO., Ltd.
Block . . .
inciht piiiplo I'uc'ounti r In furntxhlnt;
11 I10UHO Ih lu thu proper nclei'tlou of
hi wall papi-r.
Hi'io'H vvhe-io vve hhlno. It Ik our
hiihlni'HH tci alii yuu lu UiIh Important
iniitli'i-, unit tho H-rvlev i-iwtn you iiotli
Iiik. V luipl.v iihU your liailu In our
p. o. Box 83.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
oppoHltc the It. R. depot.
ON ORAUOIIT AND IN HOTTLF.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprleiois of the popular
lu Hti'Uillly Rrowlnt: In fnvor amonR
iiiii!c wlio npiircclatc kooc! thlniw,
nnd In rapidly becoming tlic favorite
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Autie. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Ollkc) iiihI WorkH, (I'll Kort uml Al-le-n
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Wiitcr. etc.. delivered free to
all paitR of thu city. Inland orders m
All OrelciH leomptly Hilled.
HENRY ST. GOAIL
McinhvPH Htock nnd ISond
Edward Poliitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and tale of Hawaiian Sugu
Eastern and Foreign Storks and
40 California Ht.,
, 811 n FriinclHcu, Cnl.
,W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate la
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
)FFICE. 10 WEST KING STREM
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house hat several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOXD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
WW 314 FORT ST..
ii Has thp Best Assortment of
I'AUiriO ISLAND CURIOS
In tho Cltr.
FRL'Sll HOME-MADE POI ON TUES-
DAYS AND yRJDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
I'OR S5 CBNTH.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
TAN'Ot1AlD BID , HONOll'
J. r. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Be iCu
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. IJearilslce.
P. 0. Box 778
ArchltectB and Bulldera.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Entlmntes fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Xr Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVDD
To rear of old gtnnd. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shbp
or office at John Nott'a store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolldatlcn
of tl-e b:st Biscuit Co' In
Amer.ca. we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes of bhcults :
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
But mot people are not
worrying about It.
They jut buy on? of our
ileHk n celllnii faimand
keep cool. That's wlnt you
should do. The cost U very little
In compailson to the amount of
comfo-t you will get from them.
PrlceK-lusK TANS, $1(1.00
CHUNG " 40.00
Telephone Main ai0.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Notice to Roman Catholics.
Al my reejucbt, two Jesuit Kutlicih.
Ilov. Knther MhikIiuII Tgnoelus lloai
man unci Hov. nuher nugeuo Aloyslm
Mnueonev. urn cnmlm. .... ih.. ia......i..
solely for tho purpemu of bIvIiir' a mlt
iuu, Y.nii.11 iu ileum on wjiniay, i)i
toher Ktli. At a nici'tliiK held on last
Sllllclltv nvenlnc Ii u-nu llJ. l.l.l 1.. .....
clcr a rendition to th now Kathen.
nu hum. nniuiiiuy, Kepiumbiir SSth, at
7 p. in.. In the dub rooms of tint mix
hIuii. All KiikIIsIi Hiii'uklng Catholli'
aro corillnllv lnviii.il 1.. 1. ..a..... ...
:, , .-".. ... ..u (.Tn-iii ill
this occusloii. The nrocrunj of the
mlshlon will bo piibllKliinl Idtor em,
1019-31 lllshop of 1'anopollH.