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EVENING HULLHTfN, HONOLULU, II T.. KRtUAY. SEPT. 27, 1S0I
It A. Jordan brought back from
Australia an advertising placard em
bellished with tho flag ot the young
Commonwealth In natural color. It
U rather pretty. Upon a deep bluo
ground the British Union Jack ap
pears In the left-nand upper corner
Rnd tho Southern Cross composed of
he stare of differing magnitude In
the fly, while beneath the Jack Is a
larfe six-rayed star representing tho
fls States of tho Commonwealth. This
design was adopted out of 5000 sub
mlttnd, of which five were exactly
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Agate and Tinware
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Trunks and Dress Snit Cases
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FIRST CABINET MEETING
Washington. September 17. President Roosevelt, at 3 o'tloik today, ion
ened his first Cahlcnt meeting held In Washington. At thin meeting the
President nsked the members of .Mr. McKlnley's Cabinet to retain their re
spective poitfollos throughout his term, anil announced that his adminis
tration would follow the policy outlined by President McKlnlc) In Ills Iluf
After the obsequies over the late Pnsldent. the Cabinet, nt President
Roosevelt's request, assembled nt the residence of Commander Cowles,
where tho President Is stalng until after the funeral, principally for the
purpose of Informing their new chjof of tho state of affairs In their respec
tive departments. The President desired tii leurn If there were any matters
of moment requiring his attention before his departure tonight for Canton
He wnis assured thnt there was nothing of pressing Importance.
The Picsldent then addressed his advisers collectively, ns he had pie
vlously done Individually, requesting them till to retain tlielr respective posi
tions In his Cabinet. Mr. Roosevelt expressed tho hope and expectation
that every member would serve throughout his term fur. he said, he ten
dered the appointments ns If he had just been elected to the Presidency nnit
was forming an original Cabinet. The President said, however, that there
was one difference between the present tender and that of an original cifTcr.
namely, that tinder the present circumstances they were not at llbeily to
t'pon being ssked hy a member If resignations should be formally pre
sented In the usual manner, the President answered that his netlnn at this
meeting had precluded the necessity of presenting resignations The discus
sion turned upon the policy of the Administration and Iloosevclt nnnouueed
that he regarded the speech of th late President nt the lltiffalo Pan-Anierl-an
exposition, made previous to the tragic shooting, as outlining the poll
cits to be followed by the Administration.
It cannot be learned nt this time whether oi not all llii'" members would
be willing to serve the full term. Tho Qahlnit members, with the exception
of Secretaries Hay and t.ong, will nrrompiny the remains of the dead Presi
dent to Canton and participate In the funeral ceremonies on Thursday.
Secretaries Hay and Long remained In Washington nt the President s
request. Iloosevelt thinking th.it some membeis of the Cabinet should con
tinue In Washington,
ra na r to n ru it na fa Pa n n, r na " ta fs n r tM"z "-a
PLAYS THE INSANE DODGE
Buffalo, N. V., Sept. 17. Leon F.
Czolgosz, the nse.tvln ot President Mc-
Klnley, was arraigned before Judge
Edward K. Emery, In the County Court
at o'clock this afternoon on the In
dlctment for murder In the (list iU-
,.f c. Keeping ui h'j ii Kinlty pretense
to plead or even utter a word or sound.
aud I.oran L. Lewis, ex-Supreme Com I
Justice, entered a plea of not guilty.
The prisoner will be tried In the Su
prcme Couit next Monday morning.
As a result of the m icing of Presi
dent Adelbert I. .Moot of the i:rle
County liar Association, Judge Lewis,
one of the attorneys assigned as
counsel by Judge Knieiy vesterdsiy
formally tn enter a plea of not guilty
on behalf of tho defendant He iisked
permission to reserve the right to
withdraw the plea und vntir a special
plea or Interpose n demurrer If, after
consulting with Judge 1 Itus they de
cided not to ask the Court to assign
other counsel. Tho Judge ex.piesscd
regret that his name hail been men
tioned In connection with this trl il, iii
he had been out of pi.utlce for some
considerable time and had very stiong
objection to appealing, although thnt
was a reason which would nppl) tu
District Attorney Penn gave notlco
that, h" would move to linv'e the In-
WILL SUPPLY CATTLE
TO M0L0KA! SETTLEMENT
Light Order of Business at Board of
Health Session -Several
I)r Sloggett. president. l)r C II
Cooper, Dr. W. M. Moore, Win. Auld
nnd i:. A. Mott-Smlth constituted the
meeting of the lloaid of Health cster
d.i) afternoon Dr. J. S. II. Pratt, ex
ecutive ofllccr. C. II. Itcuolds. super
intendent of Molokal settlement, nnd C
Charlock tecietary, were In attend
slue The Parkci Hunt h by A W Carter,
iicretiuy, iii rented the sub- bid for
beef cattle It was to deliver BO bead
more or less a month ns required at
Knwalhae, the cattle to weigh not less
than "no pounds a bead nud the price
to In- seven cents a pound The con
tract was awarded to the bidder.
K. Ciinba, attorney for one Ng
I'uwn offeied to supply tarn to the set
tlemint. The offer was referred to
Mr lie) nobis A letter from D. Ka-1
puw.il with n sliullat tender was also
referii-d to the superintendent. I
miner .Mannas wauirei n pcrmii in
make ii pastoral visit to Molokal
I). M rit7Slmmons petitioned to bo
allowed to go to Knlaupapa and llvti
with bis wife, a sick woman She was
all tin li.nl to live for 1 be petition
was on motion n fused.
Ilefus.il was also the answer tn a
tc-qucst Ii K. (Iambic, K.illlil, to hnve
Mis Kiilkei scut to Knlaui.iia, where
her hiisbind was detained He said he
iciuld not nrford to keep ts vvonuui
any longei It was suggested that the
ease' was one for the Associated Charities
t Mis Mlllkaa wanted to go to Molo
kal with her hushnnd. who Joined h
In llii' icquest. Hefiised.
.AT THIS .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant and Nuunnu St.,
nlHoHOTEL ST., oppoHlto Beth.
called at the Eric tount Jail at 2 dlctment trnnsterted to the Supreme
o'clock this afternoon to tee the prls- Court for trial, and would also give no
oner. Czolgosz iefusc.il to talk to tlcc of the trial for next Monelny inorii.
Judge Lewis nnd refused to answer '"
questions ns to whether or not ho "I know of no reason v h) the difen
wanted any counsel. Judge Lewis said (,lint "honlcl not be ready next Mon
that, nevertheless, he would appear for 'lay," replied Judge Lewis At his to
the prisoner upon arraignment, even quest, however, the orders will not
If he decided not te accept the assign- '" entered until Judge Titus returns,
ment of the Couit. nhleli will probably be In a day or
Absolutely no demonstration having- two.
been made against the prisoner jester-j ''i'K Lewis said nlo that be might
day. the authorities decided that tho a,' '" an order of the Court for
strong guard was unnecessary today, alienists to examine the prisoner, ns
Czolgosz was taken from tho Jail from l,1 District Attorney had Informed
the tunnel under Delaware avenue to "'m that emluent alienists hud oxamln-
thn ntV llrill I,,. llutaMlin Snlnmnn C(l till! Prisoner Oil llCll.llf of tlie liennle
and C.eao, being handcuffed to the lat- Kav rm to the belief mat n spe-'R1'' of his cotintiy without wionglui;
t -..! ii.. i P 111 lilffi fir inann tv ntit i.. .nlni-A,l w..s-.r.i
i in pacnuiK iiuin vuv uubi'iiii'iiv ui - " " - i"i'-t
the City Hall to the courtroom on the , n Ilie counsel for the defense,
l7 ''I rrf ' Vtv'('t
"1 . -" c u
y rrtj'ii sir i -,i,i j 'n wyia
ll.r i m m t'
icm w ' rv-fs n tir
..J 'L f,
" If jou don't want whiskey to pet the belt of you, jou niul get
the btit of whiskey."
"1 do lady, bit'when a fellow's only got a nickel r can't buy
EUROPE ON ROOSEVELT
l.iuiiliin, Sept 17. I'lirther fnuilllnr
lt with tho Idea of Uoosuvelt ua
Piesldcnt Is hnvlug Its untuial result
la dissipating doubts entci tallied us to
thu effect of Ills sue cession upon the
foii'lgn Killcy of the United States. At
an rnt i', It Is becoming generally
conte-iloil In (Ireut Drltain that the
United States tins obtained a Presi
dent of gieat distinction of character.
'Jlii- exposition of his policy on Sun
day Is the siibjcMt of general comment.
The Dally (iiaplue. which points out
that the Piesldcnt or tho United States
occupies n more powerful position bun
an sovereign In Christendom, with
the possible exceptions of tho (lei man
Dnperor nnd tho Cnr or Russia, suiiiri
up his policy ns "that-of a Bane Impe
rialist devoted to the advancement and
Jilt llii MEN'S il
second floor. Colgoz wus compelled to ' "Ki'movo the prlsone-r." said Judge
pass close to the blacK nnd whlto '-""rj. ami oioigoiz was taken haeK
bunting with which the pillars, tclt-1 ' J''" b' ,ho "nderground route
ings, windows and stnlrw.ijs of the
cicy nun were uiapeii wncn tne uouy
of the President was llng In state on
Sunday, nnd which will not be removed
until nfttr the funeral on Thursday.
The prisoner entered tne e otirtroom 1
Just us the city clock was sulking 3 -rim suit of curtain liquet lmp.i.t,M
o clock, and as many of the curious against thu Treasmer of tho Teintory.
ei'viwuum muni siirKvii niio cue Hiviuieineii in estcrua s HlttlutlU, Is
rourtroom behind him. A murmur ran based on alleged discrimination tu the
through the audience, but the guvol "ni'or license laws or the 'lerritory,
of tho Judge nud the, stuff of the crier' 1w,lll,1 R'ral saloon licenses nro
soon restored order. As.sofcn as Czol- fjT,? ,$, T" "i?.?' ",,,OOIW,
Con was before the bartapd the bail- ,1WI mnilo ln , atta'nll lltlnB,1V1LH ,'
cuffs were temoved, Dlscrkt Attorney fjr.o n ear. Thesei i.e-er shIchiiib uio
Tfnn began the formal urralgnment. prohlblteel Horn belling or keeping nny
He read the principal charges uf tho other spirituous, malt or vinous liquor.
Indictment In n voice of severity, uud Tl1" law providing for domestic Iwt
ankcel: shops was passed lit btS nnd it ,a
"How.ilci vnil oltad. Clllltt or not th" .m' ,h" 1,'1",1' "" l'' '' l-
,,,,.. T clnrect unconstltiitlotial. "Pilnio" to
put It another wa. Is their panic ul tr
:ot ,i sound was uttered by the prl- grleanee
oner. He stood mute bcforn the bar of
Justice Ills curly hair was dlsnevcl-l .,,,,
ert, an.l. although 1.U limn was white' ''t"",lMy'7"""!,m, "f ' I"
and i lean, his disordered clothes and , tnMiii of" sand fiom tho ttse.ivn 0"lopHtm of the ulte
the urowtb of his beard cave him an n,m i,,.i,h it, nnounr t i,i, !.,,,,.. iPivsltlent Me Kluluj
tmkt nipt appearance. Spectators in tan tho Teirltoilal (loverument In'einiu d.l V "."" 1M"a'B ''" V0' t "n1'''
courtroom commented on the fact that him It had given nobody authnilt to "ml '"' wl", ''eed In iiiaclng tbcj
If he weie shaved whld, he, has not purloin Uncle. Ham's sand The. ,i S,!:!!:"" .,r """':... "f " ,"!! ",
hii Klnce the il iv nf the slmntlnir tin lul nilinoillieK UUVO SUUl trouil 1 UI ."""." ." , ' ' .. '"v"'" """
oeeu since me o.i ot cue Biioount, us . . .. , ,n,,oii the same."
Tlu Morning Post, In an editorial.
says; "He Is a pcrsnnluaitloii of tho
joiiiiucT generation of Americans, who
are looking forward rather than
dreaming of tho past. He is a man
who seems muilo to be n leader of lilr
countrj men In thu new time which
bi'gnu with tne war with npaln. Ho
will be n President of gient Initiative.
devoted to the untionul lather than to
tho party Ideal."
'1 his Journal says that ' no nation
over enmo to maturity without at
tempting to tisscrt Itself as one. If not
(bo llrst, of the governing (lowers of
the win Id" In conclusion tho Morn
ing Post leeominenils Cleat llrltaln to
L"tt'to appreciate) tho American Ideals
iiiBci'uu en ic'ciiii uiK .tiiii'iieuiiH em
their diplomatic methods."
The Dally Mull sns. "The Unlted
States has u gieat man nt its head.
We in ty expect with conflilonro that
Mr Itoosi'velt will he a moderating
and nut nn exuspeintlug Intlueneu."
lltrllii Si'pt 1, -The (Jet man press
devotes much attention to President
ltoosevelt's declaiatlou of policy, ev
piibblug gieat satisluctton with UU
ulttianees of the Into
as to reciprocity,
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lleillnnlni Saturday. Sent. '.!.
GoihIk Hold rcgurdlcHh of cimt.
would he ti fairly Kood loo
man Although his demeanor was still
cue or btuuiiornness, ne gave a lima
more evtuence of concern man iiiii 1 r t,4-,u: ....t.
,hls first presence In court. When cues-, ch ' Photographic WOflv
, Clous uitc' oeuiK iisiccmi 01 nun r.tnuiy CJUIIC UY
I no moiscciieei ins lips men 111s lontcuo
and sfenied to endenvor to ronlntuln
the appearance of stolid ndlffercncei.
However, aside from the slight crl
P. O. Box MS, Til. il
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lnsaaX!Wa8llmtOrUmanS,Um,l"1reC'P,i0n ro0,m at the relr 0f
When the prisoner refuted to pltad , MIMU DHUi
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St
the District Attorney asked him If ie
understood what had been read and,
remit eel no answer, told him t.lat he
und been Indicted for murder In the
tlrst degree and thnt he could answer
"es" or "110" Tor nu Instant Czol-
aml develop the same
Itoosevelts iciiiurKs with rererenece
to iitiiinotliiK tium.poitntlim incllltloi,
with oiitu Aiiieilcu ttry wld'!y e o'ni
inented upon "They desetve tin
gieitest attention, savs thu National
Zi'ltuuK, since tho eommeielnl Inter
ests or the United States In South
Aniurlcn n opposed to those of (ler
111,111), which has found nn Impoitnnt
tud valuable mnrKct there."
The Voislsche Zeltung eoneliides a
long cditoilul ns follows; "All In all,
1'resldent Hoosevelt fnvois nn eten
slon of the economic pouer of tho
United States in all direct Ions nnd of
thefr national power on the Amerlenn
Tho National Xoltung summarizes
the I'lesldeut's tl nractei 11s follows.
"Ho Is on Intel estlug and mnii) sided
I'lesldent. full of nctlvlt and Uf
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
,, , , whole heai ted, wuini blooded and tn
Mrs. Gush iigtoii ( nine. I want sou , ii,hwiu,i ,,n,iui
fc'osz glunced at Mr Penny and It wus tn meet the new- lltornij light, Ml . J
thought that he Intended to spcult, out Hohntiil Miss PolUdot How strangMl
he did not. I t'w nCvcr hcnril of him. "Oh. no. It
Judge Lewis then addtcsscd tliojMi't! Ills plctuto eloesn't appeal In all Tnl.o Iaxatlvo Ilromo Qulnlno Tablets
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