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CZOLGOSZ UNDER SENTENCE
SHOWS HIMSELF A COWARD
Uuffalo, N. V. Sept. 20. Leon I'
Czolgosz, tho assassin of President
JIcKlnley, was sentenced this after
noon to bo electrocuted in Auburn
State Prison during the week begin
nlng October 28, 1901. Heroin sen
tence was pronounced, the assassin
evinced a desire to speak, but he coul I
not get his voice nbovo a whisper, and
his words were repented to the Court
ny nis counsel.
"There was no one else but me." the
prisoner said, In a whisper. "No ofli
clso told mc to do It, and no ono paid
me to do It. I was not told anything
about tho crime and 1 lienor thought
nnythtng about It until a couple ol
days bcfoic I committed tho rrlme."
Czolgosz sat down. He was quite
calm, but It was evident that his mind
was flooded with thoughts of his nw.i
illstiess. Ills eyes were dilated, limit
Ing them appear very bright. Ills
checks were a trifle pale and hli out
stretched hand trembled. Tue gunnU
put tho handcuffs on his wrists. Ho
leoked at one of the. officers. TIiti
"Yes." replied the prisoner.
"I think he should be permitted to
make a statement In exculpation of his
net, If the Court plccse," raid judge
The Court replied: "That will deo"ild
upon what his statement is."
Justice White then nld. "Hive vou
'speaking to Judge Titus) anything
o say In hehnlf of the prisoner a. this
"I have nothing to say wltliln the
definition of what your honor bin
read," replied the attorney, "but :f
seems to mc In order that tho Innocetl
should not suffer by this defendants
(.rime, the Court should permit him to
exculpate, at least, his father, brother
nnd sisters." ,
From the Court "Certainly. If that
It the object of nny statement he
wishes to make, proceed."
The prisoner said: "Tupic was no
one else but mc. No one told mc to do
was an expression pr tlio prorounilcst ; t an,i no one paid nlc to do It. I was
fear and helplessness In his eyes, tip not to)(1 an.thlng about the crime, and
glanced about at tho people who crowd. . ,. ,', ,,, , .I,,,.,,.,
hi tho room In efforts to get a look' ",, , . . , , V
at him. Tho" prisoner's eyelids rou ,,n,n ctll",,e ot ,ln- ,,efore ' om
add foil tremulously and then he lived mltted the crime."
tils gaze upon the floor In front of him. .lunge Titus repealed bom tneso
i hub point jiiuku inns camo over si.-ucmcms.
It the prisoner nnd bnile'ihlni goodby. I riii-n in.iirn whitn mi-.nl enntnn,.
Czolgosz replied very faintly, letting1,,, f0lows'
been hls'CnsT" l"1"' '"an Wh "a,,"In W"' "f of our Moved Pre.!
"Gyodby," ho said, meekly. dent' -vo" committed a rrlmo which.
Czolgosz was then hurried down- wiuchxh uiui uiuriiKcu uie moral sense
stairs and through the "tunnel of , of the civilized world. You have con
sobs" to the jail, where hn will remain ( f'ssed that guilt, and after learning
until removed to Auburn to pay tin nil that at this tlmo ran be- leannd
penalty for his crime. (rom ,1C fnctg ani crcmstances of thp
Although the time' announced tot twcvo , Jlror9 nnM, 0.
convening the court was 2 o clock. ,10imced you guilty nnd have found you
every seat and every fox of standing , of milr(lcr n Utc &nl ,,
room was occur-lct before 1 "clock. y011 haic said, according to th test I-
nun Hiuns were iiiiiiiuiinK uiimiuo lur ,.... nr .,rp.l,ni, ., l,r,., n,i ,..
,sclf, that no other po:nn aided nr.ibct
ted you In tho comim-ruon of thin tvr.
I IMo net. God gM : It may ')u ta The
penalty for the crime for which you
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Huffalo. Sept. 21. I.eon Czolgosz, the
assassin of l'tettJcnt McKlnlry, wai
today found guilty rf murder In the
first degree. The wheels ff Justice
moved swiftly. The trial of the nsn.v-
sin consumed eight hours and twenty-
six minutes, and cohered a period of
only two days. Practically all of this
time was occupied by thi prosecution
In piesentlng a iass n clear, po con
clusive, that cfn had the prisoner
entered a plea of Insanity It Is doubt
ful If the Jury would have returned n
enllct different from the on ivii'lercd
The announcement made this after
noon by the attorneys for Czolgosz
that the eminent alienists summoned
by the Krle County ar Association
and by the District Attorney tu exam
ine CoIgosz nnd to determine his exact
mrntnl condition had declared him to
be perfectly sane, destroyed the only
hope of n defen.
Hefore adjournment Justice While
announced that he would pronounce
sentence on Thursday nftcrnoon at 2
o'clock. The prisoner was taken nt
once tluough the tunnel under Dela
ware avenue back to the Jail, To all
appearances he was in no wny affected
by the result of the trial.
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admission. The doors were locked And
no more were admitted to the room.
The prisoner was brought Into tho
room nt 1:53. Five minutes later Jus
tice White took his place upon the
District Attorney Penney Raid: If
your honor please. I move sentence In
the case of the I'eople versus I.eon V.
Czolgosz. Stand up, Czolgosz."
Clerk Fisher swore the prisoner, and
his record was tuken by the District
Attorney ns follows: Ag!, 28 years;
nativity. Detroit; residence. Droadway,
Xowak's, Iluffaki; occupation, laborer;
married or single, single; degree of
education, common schonl nnd paroch
ial; religious instruction. Catholic;
parents., father living, mother dead;
temperate or Intemperate, temperate;
former conviction of crime, none.
The clerk of the Court then asked:
"Have yon any legal cause to show now
why sentence of the Court should not
now bo pronounced against you?"
"I cannot hear that." replied the
Clerk Fisher repeajed his question
nnd Czolgosz replied: "I would rath
er have this genllemuit hero speak,"
looking toward District Vttorncy Ten
ney. "I can hear him lietli.
Mr. Penney then said to tho prison
er: "Czolgosz, tho Court wantH to
know If you have, any icason to give,
why sentence should not bo pronounced
against you. Have you anything lu
say to tho Judge? Yes ci mi."
Tho prisoner did not reply, and Jus
tlco White, nddresslng the prisoner,
said: "In that behalf, what you lmo
a right to say relates explicitly to the
subject In hand here nt this tlmo and
which tho law provides, why sentence
should not now he pronounced against
you and defined by the statute. Tho
first Is that you may claim that you arc
ulnsanc. the next Is that you have good
cause to offer either in arrest of the
Judgment about to be pronounced
ngalnst you or for a new trial. Those
nro the grounds specified by tha stn-
rtuto in which you have a right to
speak at this time, and you arc at per
fect liberty to do so If you wish."
Tho prisoner replied: "I have noth
ing to say about that."
The Court said: "Are you ready?"
Sir. I'cnney replied: "Yes."
"Have you an) thing to say?" askel
iiu (Hn ns
The O.i lm Association of Ministers
met again In Kawalahao church ) ester
day nftcrnoon but did very little work
outside of discussing the candidacy of
two men to the theological eemlnury
ot the city. It was decided that both
should clear their records before being
allowed to enter.
The Sunday School Association also
met nt Kawalahao church cstciduy.
II k. .Meemann was elected chairman
nnd I). W KelUoknmoku secretary.
Moses Nakulna reported an encourag
ing situation lu all the Sunday schools
within the District of Kona. He urged
that the Sunday schools throughout
the Island be open to nil members of
all denominations, whether they be
Catholic, Mormon or Keklpl-iloomana.
Judge Alkue of Walkane, superin
tendent of the Sunday schools of the
windward sldo of this Island, read a
hopeful report of the schools In Ills du
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stand convicted Is fixed by the statute
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Tho sentence of the Court Is thai. 1 1
the week beginning October 2S. I'.'ir.
at the place, lu the manner ri.d iw-uti
pi escribed by law, yo.i ittf?r the pun
ishment of deatii.
Ilcmove the prisoner,
Czolgosz stood err ct, looking straight
i at the Judge. He did not tremble; not
n muscle quivered. As soon as th
death scntcnee was finished he took hli
teat In the tame Indifferent
mat lias characterized him through-'splrntors. and that thero was no .!
out tho trial. He was brought to his dence against her. "Dismissed for
feet quickly by the officers nt -J.'CO. .want of prosecution. Call the next
They shackled lilm and led him away
to the Jail, while the crowd surged at
Hmnin Goldman RcIcohcU
Chicago, Sept. 1't. Kmniu (10111111011
the nniirchlst lecturer, was IIIhtii.imi
tulay after two weeks' Incarceration.
following the assassination of tl.o
I'rcsldent. Attorney Ovvi u. for tho
city. Informed Magistrate l'rlndlvili
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manner, nun mimed ns Miss Goldman's 1-0 cm-
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tcr him. and the officers had to force a twcr(. ,n .01lrt- A curlollB .,,.., WJlll.h.
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Czolgosz was taken from Huffalo to
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reached the Auburn State prison nt 3
o'clock this (Friday) morning, and on
entering tho penitentiary collapsed
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