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KVE.NINQ nUI.LnTi.N. HONOLULU, II. T.. I'ltlOAV. OUTUHBtt 2I.
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Judge Cook's Description of CzolgoszBESTCIGARS
San Francisco,' Oct. 12. Superior would make an exception In my enso he reached out Ills har.dB and laid hold
Judge Carroll Cook, who has returned prpMded I would tell nobody In Huf. of the bars before him. lie regarded
t.Z n ...i a .-I- ,t,,,., n, falo of tno same, lie Biimmnned som me with Indifference and turned III
from nn extended trip through ho ofnccr nm, ,oM h,m ,0 ,ak(( ,lp hlg K0,u t() tllt, gUilr(1 ,n narI1K wny.
HaBt and North, Is tho first California!! post 0118,e 0f the Jail building, nliout Meanwhile I regarded tho loalhsomu
who Interviewed Leon Czolgosz, tho a block nway, and that when I passed fellow closely.
assassin of the late lamented l'resl- ,w?1, nhi'nd of n' Into the Jail,
, , 1 building, giving the word ns I proceed-1 "Ciolgosz has the nppearnnee of an
tA. thfit I wna In In, nilmltfml mill utllt Inalnnlf1iflnl tiiti-ann I ...Itrltt ,nv llinl
JlldgO Cook Was privileged tO call tint nm.i.nrlnn- In t,n roitmrliilm llinl I In, la oii.t.i.oII vn if nn nnhnnl. llxlinu
upon tho anarchist at tho Jail building waH following him. This wns done to n bushy head of reddish, ellow hair,
in Iliiffnlo Just otter Crolgosz had been divert the suspicion of the thousands that is tousled nnd unkempt, ami that
arraigned, and before ho was tried, wno swarmed about the Jail, clamor reminds one of n very cheap sort of
nnd he mndo some Intensely Interest- n ror n chance to enter or to catch character. This gives his head the ap
ing observations during tho visit that a Knipso of the prisoner. pcarance of being very wide nt tho top.
wns mndo possible through tho com- -i thanked the Dlslilct Attorney and his faco tapers down then almost
tesy and personal good will of District nnd did ns t was directed. I saw tho to n point, there being no chin that
Attorney 1'cnny or liunaio. 'man nt the Jail entrance nnd lollowed would denote character or firmness
When seen today and questioned him Inside. I nnssrd Ihrntieh srvernl unci lilir. sensual even Unit i.ihim'.i1 liU
ns to tho call ho mado upon Czolgosz, BCtg f steel gntes, all under heavy depravity and utter Inck ot manhood
Judge Cook stated to a Post reporter, gimnl. then ascended three flights of 1 spok.i to the fellow, but ..e did not
in me ursi pinco, mo assassin h name ron stairs nt the heels or mv guide answer me. He miwied nt the guanl
is pronounced ns If It wen! spelled nnd sponsor, and eventually found my. nn If he had been fooled In being
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been so widely reported. I happened turo.
to be In New York when the l'resl-1
dent died, and proceeded on to nut- "Here we were confronted by anrth
fnlu after thnt to take In the exposl ',. . r i, . ,,,,, i,ii- .
tlon there.' Of course 1 renched the rorrldor. nnd after some del.iv we ifnce was reoltlng nnd ilisutistltiK
aroused, nnd ns I stood regarding hltr
closely he tinned and retraced his
steps to the bunk, whero he lay down
ngnlii, reminding me of a whipped dog.
i lie set, meaningless expression of his
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cu jusi at cnu cimc cjcciiemeni wns pn.8cd Inside. Again we encountered "I soon left tho Jail. I do not think
nihji ';" ii " KV...V.-U iu nuother set of bars nnd gratings also the UiilTalo police can be censured for
patroled by n heavy guard, and again .nllowlng such a character to approach
emotions of overwhelming grief bo
cause of the national calamity nnd
rngo because of the act of Czolgosz.
I had n very strong dculro to cntch a
glimpse of tho scoundrel who hnd roll
bed us of our President, nnd while vis
iting the Iluffalo City Hall one day I
expressed that desire to District At
torney Penny, s. very nblo and atTablc
wo had to go through with consider'
nblo red tape to get Inside. I was
finally ushered into n long corridor,
however, which was lined on one side
with steel cnges. Just before the mid.
din cage snt an nrmed guard on n
stool, and on either side of him. nt
a considerable dlstauce, were other
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1 PER YARD.
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he President, but the special exposl
tlon police, who were In charge of tho
grounds, should eertnlnly have seen
by this man's appearance that lie was
wild, low-bred und dangerous. I can
not Imagine how he ever got near the
Piesldeutlnl party, with Wgllant men
"Words fall to depict the demon
stration of suffering and grief that
plunged the cities of the Hast In sor
row nfter the assassination. Men
gentleman, who was In control of tho KUards. This man. as 1 soon learned
situation. .Mat i.efore tho Cznlensz roll. I wnj
Mold to nnnrnfirh, and taking off my
'In Uuffnlo, as contrasted to our hat. I stepped nn to the cell. It was
met hods, the police and tho sheriff quite darn at first, and It was dlnk-ult i cried In the streets, and women In
have nothing to do with tho orders nf. to dlsrcrn Just who wns within. mented as If their very own had been
iitiiiiK a iiimuui-i, um um ijinirii'i. .i- uei up, izoigosz, sain me guniii loin Irom them, It wns pitiful, lnsplr-
torney has full sway and is tho only In a gruff voice, and then I saw the lug. New York donned n black mnn
person who grants permission that n jform of n man rlne fiom n bunk to the tic In one night, even outdoing Huf
pilsonor can bo seen. Mr. Penny ox-1 left of the cell. It wns Czolgosz. thcjfnlo In this legurd. Chicago was In
plained to mo that nobody, not uven I President's ussatisln. He got up slow, the deepest mourning ns well. The
the newspaper correspondents, wore ly und with some expression nf nn- tragedy will neer be forgutten by the
permitted to seo Czolgosz, but after noynnee, stretched his nims a bit and people of this country. It wns ter
considerable thought he suld that ho walked to the front of the cell, where rlble."
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ItCttlYK AUJiuniuun well worded wants in
FROM JUDGE ESTEE
He Informs Them that They Must Ac
cept Full Responsioility
of Their High
Yesterday afternoon tho Federal
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The Savannah News gives the fol- n plan that would clearly reveal hfr
lowing review of President Roosevelt's sentiments.
ancestry that traces back to a leading Stopping not to consider tho peril In
Southern family: which It might .place her and her bus-
From the father's side may hava band, but determined to show that all
come some of the blood that gnvo In that house were not of the cause o(
President Roosevelt Ma Indomitable the North, she drew from among her
spirit, but certnln It Is that the water- most cherished treasures of the South.
nal branch wbb rich In that qaullty Going to the window, she firmly fixed (jrund Jury appeared before Judge
i ...arneii .no uuiwcus 01 ueurKI us sian ami ni.owe.i us iokis 10 iiui-i:mi for additional Instructions. Koro
for their resolution, pertinacity nnd ter from tho breeze. man C. II. Drown asked If It was ne(-
strength of will. No bettor exponent 'essnry for a Juror to vote one way or
of those traits could bo found thaa On the Instant, almost the hostllo tho other. In any mnttcr which came
Martha Utilloch Koosovelt, the mothur ensign wns noted. A passer by In the before tho (Iranil Jury. It was a qucs
of tho President. 'street below dtserled It. In hot In- tlu" which bad arisen during the do-
Not long after tho Civil War Mr. dlgnatlon, ho pointed It out to another lluraHons of tho body and tho Jury
L-1V'8 ,-bs w,. so one ,,gn ,0 grow. .JjllJ'lrCr'clulur'ald ,0
......... u ,...., ...C..UO. .... ,, WIC ! WllH CUKU11 w,i )g V0Ci otnR nt,tlor f01. ft
a Georgia woman, of distinguished .m- angry people, who shook threatening trim bill" against a mnn, or for "not
ccstry, the Hulloch family being one flntH at the Confederate flag and In bill."
of the best In tho stato and Its rcpro- volghcd most bitterly "I Instruct you, gentlemen of tho
tentative having served with dlstlni:- Alarmed by tho gathering that win Orantl Jury," said Judge Kstee, recov-
tlon In tho highest position?. It was swelled every moment nnd that direct- L'rl" rrom nlH surprise,, "that you
but natural, therefore, that sho should Cd Its wrath against his home, Tlico- ,iro on l"1'' Jllr' ,' 'otl'' You """'l
,o"Vec.tT,,aCtrt,,,PhenrehCsrho!,M ST ITl, "'" T V XtttAXiu?Z$
to this city, and that there should had stlncd the people to anger. Ho urc of nny m.0I1 1)V ,f10 man,cr ,,,
tin VH lift An m tilnn uii.a tn i ak . . t .. 1 n 11 11 n .. ... ' z . . ...
...v .u iuiu h...b ... uci, uiiu mi- wns noi long in mining 11. fierce no- which you shall ote. You cannot sit
reconstructed 'rcDCl.' in tier inter claim directed his naze, which rested bv as a snectator and nass your vote.1
course with her own people, those who Hron tho fluttering emblem of thn You must voto for nn Indictment or
had fought and bled upon the Held o South. The Roosevelt nature has nev '"' nt oto ror no inuictment. Any 1
buttle or fought the greater fight or Cr quailed bclorc 11 crowd. Theodore. mn wno ,lr,s uml "u nn vo,u
waiting and watching. , ,hc elder, saw that Imminent danger fr!?:r 'Xtl J " YnHiS'iiu
Reunion with her Hnnfh..ri. frlpn.W. .,..1.1 1...1.1.. 1. .1 ..-1.. .1 li. 10 on nn Amcilcan Jury. 0U arc dis-
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fop IndlcH nt 75c pep ynrtl and
Mi DPisundlni; his wife to remove tho
had spent at her homo In New York, objcctlqnnblu ll.ig. With a word to tho
wus n pleasure to Mrs. Roosevelt, and crowd, ho left, entering tho houso and
It was with tho keenest relish thnt ilia finding his wife. He told her what sho
recounted stories of thu times and of already knew that tho anger of tho
the trials that sho siiffcicd In the city rnob hail been excited by her India-
cieet display of her colors, and that it
would be well fur her to take In the
"I shall not do so." said tho mother
of tho President. "The ling Is mine,
the boudoir Is mine. I lovo tho flag
ffir it represents my n.ulvo Hind. Ns
rulllan hand shall Invade the privacy
of my boudoir to drag down that Hag,
nor shall rulllan shouts forco mo to re
move it from the window of n room
that Is wholly mine. Explain to them
I thnt I nm n Southern woman; that I
It was at a dinner given In Mm. OVo the South. Do anything you like
Rooseelfs honor by Mrs. Henrietta except touch that Hag. It shall not
B. uoben, that shu told tho story. Of come down."
lute years, because of Theodoro Knnsc-1
vclt's rapid advancement. It has !ceu- And It did not. Theodore Rnasoielt
leculled by his mothers old rrloniH, went again to faco the crowd. He made
who feci pride In h.ivlr known tho u speech, dwelling with flnesso upon
runner 01 me rrcsuicni. ami mwny his wlfo's love for her own land nnd
nsiribu to her some of the trait thai moulding tho mob to his will nnd to
are seen In tho ban. I nn Indiiluencn of .Mis. Roosevelt In her
desire to tly the Hag of her beloved
The crowd dispersed, but thn story
lemalns to show a maternal quality
that has made u l'irsldent.
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of her adoption through her unswerv
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n ciiiiho In which nnu brother, Irvine I,
nullocli, fought us an ollkcr alio.irj
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It was Just when the spirit of peace,
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alight, wna hovering over th-i land.
New York was nflamo with pisslnuuta
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