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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, SKPT. 25, 1901.
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is the time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and Jour
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Ji,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
lei. White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Atrbiri Stmt, bit. Quttn ni Merchant sonolutii
Job S proattly tttMdtS 10
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box 170.!
Notice to Property Owners..
I haw in mv employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now read" to figure on your work at thr
ion est prices My men are Union Men
Cive me a tt al.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stabler King St.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
ThLLPHONE JtAIN 21
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,1
RemoTed to Room 306, Judd Buildine,
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St.. Near-the Poitotflce,
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
fCAl KV trfii u,,..,..l
r.J-rtUrtrx.ir.un, - nrt VVrtlijjEye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
J. G. IIKXittQU-KS, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or thy Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Currlagcs meet tbe S. S. Mnuna Loa
at Ktllua and take passengers overland!
to Hookena, whc-ie tbe steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free, to any part nf
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLIJb 1S
' HOFFMAN & VUEKHAM,
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM 400. fiOSTOX LOOK
TbL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art EmbrolJtry and SUmplng.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Bulldlnfl. Font Street j
tel. Main ?.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINU AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB KOUHB GOODS
Rtctlvid by fi nry Sn.mir,
; The Whole Story
' in one letter about
(renin 1iai )
from Cit, K l"Ji lol Uc ttt'on No.
ft, Montreal I "Wf frrqwuitly uc I'mnr
Davis' I'AlNKlLltU for jtit nithr$tum
d'h, the itimttmu ttifit'i. frort httet, ft '.
(idfai, ramjt, ntitl til nrtlm hcli
bcfftM tutnlnour poflilon 1 hme inilioil
tttlou In jIiik that VmKtUtu 1$ thn
Irtt ttmtJyt ilnr near thir.U."
1mM Internnll iitul I.Mrrtmll)
'Io9., ?c nd iVc, t o:t! o
Surgeons, Phyilctant and Dentlitt.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
ottiri, Mais, iS)
HOURS II A t TO 1. P M i
vTojp. TTOSf. M.
?. O FiOXfoi MMlCVt tl-ll- M
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnln Street.
.fOURS-iotoi SUNDAY -9 to 1 1
7 to 8 Telephone Go;
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
nuna g iu 4.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Ofllco Hours 9 to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.S. '
G. E. WALL, D.D.S.
jLovo Building. Tort Street.
1 Hours. 9 to 1. Telephone, 434
Dr. J Atcheiley has reniowd his of-
lice fiom 70S Tort stlec-t to 1113 Kins
street next to Opeia House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m,
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dp. W. H. dones
M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE "The California
Dr. Wm. C. Rogers,
SURGi-ON AND SPECIALIST.
REMOVED to new offlce, 1140 Ala-
lea htreet. opp. iiawnllan Hotel,
Hour). 9 to 12, 3 to 5:20, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11
A. IN. SAINFORD,
UOSTON UtDO ,
OVEk MCY A CO.
Fine English and American Goods
C; Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O liuxi. TfcL white gi
Udlci tkirti ckaneJ Clothine
ClcimJ, ded and rrpalrci.
Suits mtde toorJcr,
FA rjuirinteed, Locttp let
Tur trrt, rtir Kukuluij
ottr Orhcuio Thtiitr
I'rkci ClcjnloK on iutt.Tje
Dvt'RK mil $a i$
Harmony Ledge, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
It being necessary for the manage
i,i-ni ti liiiiui lOiila nf n ii m 1 aulf ifi nnd
UIIII. 1U IaUVl.IUB WMMIWM, MMVIB, . . . . .,,,. -,,,,
..w.vt1.j... ,.t ihn m.Ii.f Int. n.llitif tr lwi'!"-li mwm iniiiiiiw Kuf,n uiunq
niesent should obtain these cards of
admission ut or.ee- from C. Charlock, at. ""'-'' Pa8Bl'" " . ",B """"' i
the olflco ol tho Board of Health. ho nl'domen hlttliB anil tearing Jro
r.. ii. '" ;tnJ.
c. . . ..mi. i i,i ..? panel ens. The bullet lmr not yet been
Street cars will bo In waiting, nfteril , ,,,..,. , ,.i,
I , ... . ... i.. 1
rrio eniuriuin.-neni, 10 carry bu.-bis t. .
(Prom Tuesdays Extra.)
Mi it lif
in iii push
(Krom Tnesdnj'H Kxtrn.)
WashliiKton, Sept. 14. For the third
time In thirty-sccn jearn tin- ling otci!
tlio White Housn Mansion hniiKM half
nast for n martyied I'rosldeiit. An en
jetment of Congress forbids an other
outward mark of mourning on nn
I tdernl hulldlns. The White lloii-c u
now holne prepared for the oeciniau
of Jlrf. Mi-Klnlcy lor hnleer ue
ilod she ma dcslro to ii-iuiilii. awl
vjcutually for the lamlly of the ntw
President. A great ninny peisoiml ci
dcts of the late President and Ml.
McKlulcy aro at the Canton homo, and
nhen Mrs. Mchlnley has ii'IikimiI per
tuauetitly fiom tho bouse that has lici'i.
tier home In WHshlngton, Hhnlmul
"Iff belongs to her '.id iter late liua
band ulll be shipped to Canton. Then
I'lcHiili'tit lloo!uelt lll take possc4
Jlls. McKlnley, It Is expected, will
accompany the Mineral party fron
Washington to Lnnton, mid then- it
main permanently, thus placing tlu
liotiM! almost linmcdlately nt the ills
itoinl of Mr. Itoosex elt's famltv. Mrc
McMiUey nnd a party of relatives wIllKrowth. At the points where the bul
occupy tho White House, while thollet passed tlnougli the unterlor nnd
body of the President Is In Wnshlm:
on. President llooseu-lt will, doubt-
less, take apartments nt one of th'i
hotels, or so to the home of his sister I
Mrs. Cowles, and plaee the Whit;
House nt the pleasure of Mrs. McKln
ley ns long as she may ileslro to oc--upy
It, or until she finds It cnnu-nlent
to remove her household effects.
Secretary Cortelou will, at hit
earliest conenlcncc. eollect nil per
onnl papers or the late- rrcslilent, nnd
remove them. This will be no small
ask. ns a grent oluine of tinners nndl'''1' President would hao died nt onc
letters accumulated miring the pastlnf general pirltonllK
cur nnel n hair cars. There nr uouoa
-cquests on file for Mr. MeKlnloy'-i5a
uiingraiiu. ll nail l.e-e nine custom Olflij,...,,. ..ii, that all these nrmin.i
the Pieshlent to deote his spnre mo
ments to the gratification of tliein
demniids. In so far as he could, but
dining a few months of absence, o,
th lough a net Ind when the President
would be busily occupied with nlTnlr-i
if stnte these letters usklng for auto
graphs would pile up. Then there It.
personal eorre-spomlenec relathe to,
lucre Is apprehension that when
at the White! House when- she spenrk1
SVV If lfri l l(illll llllll II V. II Jtll til I
Wim. McKlnley enters the nnartintntii1 Utn tw wI" ''"on I110IC tli:i n' I"10'-1
o many hnppy yenrs with her depn.-tl Dr Ilmwell 'aike siihr "Thi
ed husband the full realization of IterCdenth of the President wns Imrnc-ilt
ci eat loss will mine to her with n dJlEteu ,!,. to thetvffcrl of the escnnn f
nllhD<llf llff J it Attil IVI-jkAtll n.l.l tn 1.H
. :..r..., "'.'." ''..r'."'. "I".."-" '."
"e;iy 11111 iitii sue is now m-nriug. ll'.K,, ., .(, . , ', , , .
niv..;- U.MI rn.,ni !,.. n..,,in Itlif perltoii.-ttl. Hick- Jiihes were ah
. ' "-
ipon her. The east room wns toelftyB"""-" u" "'"" "'" '"""" -" "
liiepaieil for the leeeptlon of tho Pjuta'e uuiiei. ny a process oc niiaoritlon
ide nt body.
(1'ioni Tuesdnj's nvtra.)
IlutTiilo, Sept. 13, IlulTnlo todaj lie
came a city of mourning. The gaj
inn nming eiecointlons or the Pan
SERVICES il BUFFALO
Vmerlenn Hxiiosltliiu raw way to thelJwai nr 111011111111.' ntmlimt Hie rnunlt nf
-.i uoi 01 sori-ow. 1 ne i.meK eira htvTsui h li ak'e unit no way of ascertain
"en'reif'Vhe ChoTA.Vcfc h"1. Til 'i J
ii,i,(.ii,m1 ,,., uiur l,...v. Th v.,-
low wns feor wtii-rf nninir,.nt.
In the moinlng a simple service took B "r tan.u s.1111 uie i-resiuent Know
ulai'P nt the le-sldenec on r)elnnaieflfort-edght liiiuis before the end thut
incniiawlicie tlm Pieshlent died, Oulrllic iiiusl die and accented the decree
ho liiimeillntc family and the Itlendsjhe must die and accepted tho decree'
nun iiuiuii'tu unsueiiiius 01 llie- I'll-si-Cv
Hirm vi-it- irt-M.-iu, i ne scene inei
wns puthetlL- Hi the extreme-. Then the
liody wns born tluough solid wnlU un
IIMng humanity, barelieaded and grw I
stilcken, to the City Hall, wheie It r.i
Theie n remarkable demonstration!
oecuire-il, which proved how close the
President was to the hearts of the peo J
pie. Arrangements had been made to
allow tho public to lew- the body from;
waiting In the stieets seemed uiul'-
It was decided to extend the tlmv
rntll midnight. Then for hours Iong-i.
the stre-ctB weie dense with people:
mil a constnnt stienm lloweil past tin
oVIock. until iilmiit r. nVlmk. tint ii. ! '"A.1'1"' ""'," 'uneriil lor Pre-i-
thn tlmn It nnlvpil nt iil.nnt 1 l,lii
neople weie wedged Into the street, ''"'''"'y "!", HV. T''1 '," l
lor blocks. When 5 o'clock .nine- lffe".', J ,,?,'"B1 ",",,,U'!ln''H,'l,"'. ( ,'!
,i,i i..i ,....i ..., .1 '.CTuenlny tho body of the Picsldi-nt w I
'M"i iivi oiiun iifiii iiunrcu uiiii nil' i inn t
bier. When tho doors were closed nt'"" """"."', '"", lrnm "," l ""'
midnight It was estimated that xii.ennf i1'"1 l'nl1 Wedne-hdn morning nt nt;
W11CMK II l Ollt lllll lllini l I'tlBL lil.
Inersons hnd lewed the lemniiuf """ J", '"'" "I1"", "ii'io wm
Thousands of illsnpprtliited ones wckV''' fmieial Benin i owr the body ft
still iu the. sheets. (Athe Cnpltol m-sdaj morning u pi
Tho body will ,.o Iu the City Hallf
rntll moinlng, It will ie tnki u to ilieip"'"' "mw w ,l" Lapitoi.
stntlon by n military escort toinonov
morning ami the funeral train wli!
aunt mi tt iiniiuiKlt'!!- k. -
Mrs. McKlnley bore up bravely to -
day ilurlnir the servlco nt the
CAUSE OF PRESIDENT
(Krom TiH'bilnj's Kxtrn)
Buffalo, Sent. 14. Tho following ra
nnrt nf tlin nntittiKV llttiiri tint rininlns
.of President McKlnley was Issued atjipalr on the part of nature, and denthI,'1,H!Wl',arly "'"''d. and thorn Is not the.
"The bullet wlrle-h struck over
breastbone did not pass through thuwoiinds ns well ns the tlsiues niouiid1""1 "c-grco,
skin and did Ilttlo linim. Tho ntherstlre further couise of tho bullet Death
Itho stitches, but tho tissue nround
A''"'' ' Paeslng through tho stomal liths
I0r the bullet's track was also gangro
neons, tho gangreno Involving the
iwiinui u;ij in tis niHit i i'vin"i
Itls nl. ,,,,. nf ,..,.. ,irirnnB. Th,i
Buffalo, Sept 1 1. An autopsy on the
body of the President took place today
in the presence of all the hslclant
who uttended him when he was shot
)ud two army surgeons. Those wto
witnessed It were satisfied that no hu-
uan sJslll could haw sawd the life of
'.he President after he was shot bj
Crolgosz and th'iit If the President's
Heart had not glen way under the
Alriiln, death would hue come today
A condition of the tissues and organs
nag found' which IndUutcd that the
millet li.id lifen polroned. Dr. Hernuti
Mynter took that lew of It. Dr. Itos
cll P.trke nihil iu I'd the opinion that
the Immediate enure of the failure ol
the President's henit was due to the
icnpe of pancreatic Jiilirs from the
,lnnds behind the stomach which had
linn penetrated by the bullet. Tho,
escape of these Julrei iiiuld not hn"e
een st 0tl. The bullet was nut
'ounil. The X-iuy will be used to In-
nte It and probably It wilt he romoi-j
d late tonight. The last traces ot tho,
'jullcl were lost In the sack of gan
trenotis matter In the posterior wall
if the peritoneal cnvlty. Dr. Mnter,
Alio has had wide experience vlth
pinshot wounds, snlil he had neerl
(lionn a bullet to permeate ever;
tolnt of Its path with n gnngrcnniK
posterior walls of the stomach there
I ere gangrenous ureas on tho stomach:
Inn both sides of the wound. The)
(were as Inige as a b.iby's hand dlsln
tegintlon In these areas hud to fur hat
In that had not the PicMdcnt's hear
fulled as It di',1 It was eeitnln that
some time today those two walls of thr
ctomnrh would haw fallen to pieces
land the contents of tbe stomnch would
lliau- entered the peritoneal cavity.
"1 imc neer hiti a Round made by
bullet that was poisoned," said Mr
o widely scpiinted should he affect
ed In tlie same stiange manner wlier-
Mvr the bullH had touched them. It
hiond epljnatlon Twentj-fotir till-
lltires we-re taken from eeiy organ that
the bullet touched. Kneh was put ill
a tube nnd will be allowed tf we
fcity-elght hours fr.r the full develop
ment of the g;Ttis before nnn1Blfl
- " -
Uhe llnld from thr Uam rent Ir gland Into
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Cthc Juleci entered the blood Itself, talc
Irn up ns the- were by the tissues and
tvelnv. Thus thc-j readied the heart
jWl.at effect upon the heart would bi
Mused by the lnnslon of that organ
aliy the pancreatic Juices there Is no
tpiecudeiit for sajlntr. yhell the Juices
failed to flow Into the places where
sthey should go the proees of digestion;
awus leturdid and it dtstiuhance was
Abound to be created. There wns no
""- """ h-"- " iiiiiu-uuuu ui
V Illll WUS going on.
h ., ... . . .. ....
(Kiom Tuesdn's i:tra.)
Wnslungton I) (' Sept, 14. It wi.s
dee-ldid nt tl.e War Department to
be taken from the White House to the
.Capitol, unci this ceicliionv will eon
htltute the moit Imposing pint of the1
Mineral serMie-s. llie Imiiy will Ilo In
xaw nt the Capliof Tin sday and un
til Weiliu-sdaj noou. when It will he
I 1 . t ... .
.'V. ".' ' ''siori mi- i.ociy noni urn
.,.n.i. ,. nn i.ik.i i.iii, .. n ,, .i , t
' " "' "" ".' "1'-"' --".. ""ihimn ' NVarer Mv r.ii t ti,....
Mllbiii-nii0111) Pioillici-n Ji,ae.uvu lyus In the: ... 'h. ."-' " ,T , '" ""'
r4p.ll- n r-jr-j4M"i!i
heart walls were wry thin. Ther-
ins nn i.vlili-ttre nf ntn iittmitnl nl ee
renilteil from tho gangreno whlih
th-iSKfected the stomach around the bulletRg"" "' '" rnuieteu for miirdur In the
llarvoy L Gaylord. M D, Herman 0
Matslnger, M.D.. M Rixev. M D
Matthew D. Mann, M.D.. Heimnn
Mynter. M.D.. Iloswell Park, M.D,
Hiigeuet Wusjn, M.D, Charles G.
Stockton, M.D, Edwnrd J Jnnuvvay,
M.D., W. W. Johnston, ..I.I), W. P.
Kendall, Surgeon I'. S. Army; ('has.
"amy M D Edwaid L. Munsoii, Ah
ilstnnt Sureeon V 9. Arui; llemanu,
I. liner. M.D."
(From TutKda' Kxtrn.)
Duffalo. S.t 1 1 Theodore Kooe-
veil. President of the United States, nr
rived In IlutTiilo, at '-34 o'clock thl
afternoon. Hs a driven dlrKtly to
the home of Mr Wilcox at the tornei
of Delaware avenue and North street
ind thence MRU tothe Mllburn home,
out of rupeet to the memory of the
dead President. Krom the Mllburn
home he retu'Rert to the Wile ox house
vhere a' ? H" o'clctk he took the oath
of oltlee us Pr"ildi-nt of the t'nltei'
HtnlcN. "i do solemnly sear thit I
will T.i'thfiill. exertite the office of.
President of the United Stiites, and
vlil to the best of my ability prtsi-rw,
protect jmi dt'end the Constitution of:
the I nl ed S:itfH, and thus do I
awur ' -laU tne President. llefore.
rilslng hU hand he wld, "I shall take
the oath at once In accordance with
the !-eiiuHt of the Cabinet to me, and
In this hour of deep and terrible na
tlornl bereaveirent I wMi to state thui
It shall le ra aim to continue jbso
lately unbroker tl.e i.ollty of President
McKlnley for the peace and prosperlo
ine' honor of our beloved country.
fer taking th oath, President
IVitwpvelt conf-rrea with the member",
of the Cnblnet. Kollowlng his meeting
wlfli thPir 'ie said
"PnllowICK out the brief stntuneiil
I made when tiklng the o-itli that 1
vould folio a' the administration line'
lid down by President MrKlnlei. I re-
(ihested thp memters of the Cabinet
vho are jirfser.t te remain In tl.elr po-
siMonH at least ftr the present. Tl.e-
assured n-e that tlley '". nri(! I "t-tJ
sa; that I have autrarce aNo from
th .ibsent raemters," '
President Rcosevelt wag nknl
whether an ex'ra session of Cor.gre
would be called by him, and he said In
substance Wat there was no fundamen
tal law requiring the calling together
of Congress jpor. the accession of the
vice Preilderjt to tae Presidency, and
after cotsultition with the Cabinet'
thsy hn! deeld'd that no si-rh etra
sesKtrn would be nllpd. Tbe Preside nt
ilie-n wert for a sl-crt" wiilli with See-,
refary of War Hoot, and upon his re
turn to the Wile ox house gree'ed a
few f.rrscrn frl'-cds and srent the
reir.aii.der of the einy there He will
clenc' e'ie 'urral services at the Mil
lu.rn here at II o'elork tomorrow
moriurg will reii.al:. here todaj ind
ixfeets 'i 'ea -e for WnshlnRlon will:
llie 'inerni 'rain -her. It departs Slon-J-i
i Mi'ng, The ceremony rfudiuln-
Jl'st- g tre u-t'i of clKce aus most
iu r ssl. A sreat crowd had yath
3re v fi mt of tl Wilcox hoire, long
jtlo.e tl b unUul of Preil(n: Itcr-e-;e't
It the cl y. When Ue npreared
li.vlng 'r -i inrrlage with Arl Wll
n and his aetremy, William Lorb
,1-e.v "is a hush then heart) i heet
Jin) then enieitfu1 hii-i ri is the Pre
'dc-"t herr'e-d Into Vr, ,Vl'oxs home
.0 prepire or Lis lst to tbe .Mllburn1
lioute The casket for the President'
reii'.iui., Anc ordered by 3'iintor Han
mi r,'lif 'rjin ' of red ceiiir riiired;
nl'Il ilieiccin'h. It Is In a ce pj er box!
On wl'lel- tl-e v.l te iitlr lining t phiC'
?d ""..e "iT-dlfs ot the casket are In
ebon ftr nli tl to being no wr'Ire visl
bl o" f! - ' sl I- rf tl.e ciskt. The!
-O'er of 'li' ceppe- box Is of hlghl.i
nol'sr.fil c 3.per 'r whleh l. set plate
iSlisc, 'i-il lergth A rlrn of rubber is
be',r: th" enner box and the iOer,
iio ti i' wi.ei. the coier Is screAed on
the iox 'e ah ttteht
Thn i sii'. e f fh cover Is tradr nf:
tufted lill, sutla. The eowr is mi
ikjUc Pn' in par-elj In 11. eieh rt the
samp size jr.il together lilng of the
size of - pa- glass In li.e ccver ol
the c(!)-t uox. un be ojeceil togeth
"t oi je ira:aly.
Tht-r .n ai rib acrrss the u ier of.
the i TiK-r ,i the mliiill here the twi
IMteU nii-t-' "5-e ou'er uox Into whlih
the uuk-t l!l f tltiiliy place,!. U
u-ide of r-,' cedar tlr.iil.ed In tl-e na
tural coi.r ii' the aikjiI.
' Ultimo. McKli.l, Lorn ,!unuar
.'31U, 1S45, died Hpteii.ber 14th. 1&01 '
is the lr.SL.ri tic on tho casket
On che ton of the case of red cedar
is ii corper plate beailng a duidleate
uf the itistrti clon
Afler the au'.ijy tlie uedtr'akert.,
eomp etfcii tlnlr taik nnd tonight the,
bod lay emb.iln.ed and la readiness
for tl.e .rvlces tomorrow. The sen
vlecrf to n held at -he Mllburn hum.-'
it U o clock 'tis mcrr.lug will cot bc-B
long, "-fc-y will ccLslst of a simple
song service by a quartet conioed of.
miss ixuto Tymll. Mrs. Clan Ilurr.es
Holmes, auwnotnl O. Rlester eu.d 0,o
(' Sweet. The, will slug "Und Kind-1
ly Light, and the President's fuorlte
of the ttrst itar.zn of which he repented
snomy n-terM he died,
TO BE li IflCE
(Fiom Tuesday's Extra.) '
IlulTnlo, N Y Sept. 14. The Cotiv
tllstrti t Attorney Tiiomis P.itittv
today took stups to bring Leon Czol-
gosz, tno asHasslii or President McKIn
ley, to un Immediate) trial for that
On JMonduy morning Mr. Penny will
Pie sent to tho County Court Hi ami
Jury now In session tho evidence ut
af-SB"K"u "l namw or uouui mat ejisol
rARINFT TO CTIIVi'
(Krom Tuesday's Extra,)
Mllbuui House, Iluffalo. Sciif. II.
5 20 i. in.- Piusldent Roosuwlt, nt .1
meeting or tno cabinet this afternoon.
IcqueBtcd that the) members retain
ithelr position, nt least for tho prescn,
and they pionilsejl thoy would do so.
net nlso recolwd nssiirnnco that Bee
letiules Hay and (Inge, who nro ab
sent, will also remain.
1 iOHl PEACE
Iluffnlo. Sept. 15. While Iluffalo and
Its tens of thousands of visitors haw,
been reverently filing past the dead
President's hlcr the new President,
with grave and resolute faie. surround
ed by serious minded counselors, has
been looking Into the future and mnk
Ing plans for the public good.
President Hoosevelt will not inrry
Into the Presidency any personal nr
political resentment. The exploit of
"shelving lloosewlt" has terminated In
his elevation. Well nnd good, noose
velt Is willing to rati all things square),
and begin over ngnln.
It Is known there Is n wry strong
cvlsh on the- part nf Mr, HoosewltV
friends that he Induce Attorney fieri
crnl Knox to remain In the Cabinet
permanently As to Mr Hoot remain
Ing 111 tlie Cnblnet, there is be-llcwd
to he no question. He nnd Mr, Uoosc-I
wlt are friends of long standing. They.,r p " . . . , . .
have beet, through so mueli together!
nnd know earh other so well that It I'
pretty lertulti that .Mr. Root will ic-.
main, unless 111 health tome time in
the futuie should compel him to quit.
I am given to understand that while
Senator Lodge Is likely to he offered
the portfolio of State. It Is quite prob
able that he will dee line. With Mr
Roosevelt as President the position of
Senntor Lodge In the Senate will b
that nf spokesman and personal repre
.tentative of the administration, That
Is a position that will certainly lie1
much to Senator Lodge's liking. He1
piobably wilt also be chairman of the'
Committee on Foreign Relations nnd!
this would comniund Influence mid re
fpect see oinl to none In the Senate
with the exception of Senator William
1'iye, President iiro trm.
The suggestion has been thrown out
today flint If Secrelnrj Root ceases to1
he the head of tlie War DcpaiimentJ
by In-coining Seeretary of State, thp po
sition or Secretary of War mav be of.
fered to General Leonard Wood, at
present Governor General of Cuba
I am also told today flint an effort
Is being made even.ilrnv to bilnc Pres
ident Roosevelt and Secrtnry of tlie
1 lensiiry (luge together nt once hi that
Mr. Gage should continue as the head
of the Treasury Department. At thl
minute ne-arl) every one expects Mr.
unge to retire. The opinion Is ex
pressed hi, .Mr. Cage's friends that he
can be Induced to stny. He knows
Mr. Roosevelt and likes him
The relations between the new Presi
dent nnd Hit- old Cabinet are very anil
eable. A leport gained currency ti-
uay in.it at His conference with the
Cabinet jcsterda Mr, Roosevelt coupl
ed Ills request that the members re
main In office with the statement that
he would like them to stay two months
at least. Tills is not true and I am
peimlttcil to deny the storv- on the an
thoilly of the Pieshlent as well as of
membeis of the Cabinet who were
present. Postmaster General Smith, In
discussing the matter this evening.
"When Mr. Roosevelt jesterday ask
id us to leiiiiln In otflie ne utcoinpan!
"d the icquest with such geneious aii'l
sincere expressions that -ive iiiiiiut
mously ugreed tei iiimpl) with It. No
oeii knows how long tt will be before
nu.v ihiinge takes plate Iu the Cubl
THE CORONERS REPORT.
Buffalo. Sept. K,. le fin oner
Erie county today Issued the following"- , " ' "KU- u"u rg'
ceitlflcnte of death of the President: kt,e0'J' Ito88 Auditor
Cllj of Buffalo. Bureau of Vital Sta
tit tits. Count of Erie, State of New
Yoik. Certldinte nnd leeeml of death
of William McKlnley. I heieby t-eitlfy
that ho died on the Utli d.iy nf Septein
ber, luol, nbout -:l"i ocloik a. m., and
that to the best of ill) knowledge unci
belief the cause uf death was as here
Cause Ga ugiene of both walls of.
stiiinntli and puneiens, following gun
Wltiii-ss my liaud this 1 Ith day of.
H. It. GAYI.OR. M. D..
H. Z. MATSINGKR, M. I),
JAMES F WILSON,
Date of death, September II, 1901
age. r.R y.ntu 7 months and IS 'layHiBMakee 't.garCo., Halcakala Ranch Col.
i nlcif iiiiltin tiififrlml ii,itiiieilloii m.... . ... '
......s., ........., u.c.ir.,u.ni,in,6 IMniltPra' Linn nt Knn irt-fnnlQ.rt
QPiesldetit of the I lilted States; hlith
place, Nllts. Ohio, father ' name, WI1-,
Mum McKlnle.v; father's lili tlinluco.
i'eiiii8lvnnla; mother's name, Nuncy
McKlnley; 'mothu 's birthplace, Olilojl
place of death, 116S Delaware iivenue;
last previous residence, Washington,
D. C; dlreit cause of deutli. gangiene
of both walls of stomnih and pancreas,
follow Ing gunshot wound,
A SAD ANNIVERSARY
Washington, D. C. Sopt. If,. II) a
singular coincidence, the day selected
for tho Interment of tho renu.ni. of
President McKlnley in Canton, Ohio
will be tho annlwrsur) of the death of
President Gailleld In Elberon, N. .1
vventy )ears ago. Oulttuu shot his
Ictlrn on July 2, 1881, but death did
not tomo to the relief of President
Gnrflold until shortly before, midnight
on Friday, September 19, 1881.
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All druggists rerund tho money If It
falls to euro, li W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
11. P. I1ALDWIN President
J, D. CASTLH 1st Vlco President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prei
P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. U, CAUTEtl Auditor
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