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NOVEMllKIt 7, 1P01
Tllli POOLS HLCOND I'AKAUl!.
The Thurtton-Dolc campaign tn le
made, defame and defv Judge A, S
llnniiihrevs of the Klist Circuit Court,
nt it.iu.tii h.iA .1 iif clnnter ndiled tu.
t. nn , rhVractir when tventv
It. rnalldous 'haracUr t he tvvi ntj i
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thirty-seven east their ballots In sup-
1 ort of n report that not only reltcrat-.
ml the ihaiges against .ludgo Humph -
rejs based on "vague suspicion find
unfair Innuendo" but In addition
charged the Attorney (Jencral with lii-.n.
.ompWuce In the fulllllmcnt of his
duties, and since President Hooteirlt
indorsed Attorney General Kno it
port, this mallclou effort to biMmlnl.
inn rn.irnritr 01 rcutrui uuiLiiti iiijl
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not stop short of the lintels of tho
White House The rellntlon upon the
Attorney Ucneral Is found In the
is lounii in in" iu- ,
ilsslon to retlew the
e has nlrtady render-
ipiei lor u (iiiiiiuissiwii
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Issues on which h
d a decision
Thuriton remained In the back
ground of discission, leat lug It tu
willing political tools to do the dirty
work and provide tho tolls, ono and
all nroclalmlnc with loud mouthed
hinocrisv that this second chapter of
the assasslrs of character was not poli
Not political Indeed.
How many of those twenty-eight
lawers knew what the were lotliu
for, had seen the report, or had studied
The report was a lolumluous one
lead hastily by Cecil Drown.
Tho proposal to print the report
that the tnrmbers might have copies
was an afterthought.
Thurston's meek nnd lowl followers
were on hand to vote foi tho adoption
of the report which they
mey . on..,. ess
1 new ns a generality
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newnl ortne uitter poiuuai spue iney
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lint prevlousl) endoised.
Not political Indeed. Whin the pha-
lanx or uoic appointees anu relatives oi mane me tool or politicians. I wish
Thurston remains the same Thutston to place msilf on iciord as voting
leads the gang nnd his political i hnr-1 against these resolutions The future
aitir is too well known to require1"111 te whether Ju.lgi' ilnniphruyn
. . i It rlllht or wtnnir. If llio ihlt-ti.
comment mm comes tue uoie foi-
ICdmund I'. Dole, a nephew of Govir-Inn,
nor Dole and by his favor holding tlm
poMiton or leniionai Atiorney i.en-
Cm ! I
A. Af. Brown, Sheriff of tlm TVirl-
f.v iitinnlntorl hv Hmprnnr flnlD. i
Judge, appointed hy fjoveruor Dole.
E. A. Mott-Smtth. a former member
of Dole's Cabinet and nn appointee of
Governor Dole on the Hoard ot Health.
A. W. Carter, Thurston's associate.
t ,! A MiTt-fiu a nAnrinti' nf Til tirl.
Inn' whom finvernor Dole attcmuteJ ' association Is a politician outside, yet
ton. whom 'vcrnor " a"t,nu,Nno politics ouglit to appear Inside tho
to appoint on the K re Claims Comm - ,Kinlwon kUt the- futuiu tell Its
siun nuu uue-r iiuiug u.-e-u icin-im-uij - ory.
turned down wns finally placed on the, Mr." mown aiose to nssurn thn pre
Hoard of Ktglstiatlou by Governor iv lous speaker that then1 (was no poll
Dole, 'ties tn tills It was Just because tbuy
Prank Audradc, law partner of An- anted to keep polities out nr tho
j,..,,,. icourts that thej had taKen actlou.
IT. lie nolt, tho Dole fa. Hon', , ran
dldato for heiond Judge of the 1 lrs.1
Circuit, defeated b the appointment '
of JudRe Gar,
W. L Stanley, appointed
Judge by Dole previous to annexation
Henry Holmes, law partner of Stan
U. V. II. Castle, a leader In the Dole
P. L. Weaver, Castle's law clerk.
W. C. Achl, a factotum ol W. It. Cai
tie's. H. A nigclow, law ilerk of Kinney
ii Ilallou, sentenced by Judgo Humph
tes for contempt.
K. 1). McClanahan, law partner of
contempt law vers Kinney Ilallou.
II. D. Mead, law clerk In W. O.
Smith's office. Smith Is another lead
er of the Dolo-Tlmrston faction.
A. F. Judd, relative of A. S. Hart
well a friend of Dolo's who wns sen
tenced for contempt by Judge Humph
reys. A. L. C. Atkinson, law partner of A.
C. I'. Peterson, appointed Police
Judge by Governor Dole previous to
J. A. Mnhm.n. 1- rtnor f '
Charles It. Hcnicnwny, formerly an1
emploje of the Hoard of Health under
the Dole administration and has never
appeared In Judgo Humphreys' court.
L. J. Warren, admitted to tho Hat
while HumphrcvH was on his receut
trip to Washington.
Thus It apu-ais that twenty Jtwo mem
hers of this aggregation aiu either ap
pointees of Governor Dole or nro en
listed as cmplovis and political f.u
totums und heelers for tho leaders of
Governor Dole's factional ring. Vet
these Bycophauts say that In continu
ing tho campaign of malice, charging
Humphreys with being a liar and the
Attorney General and President with
having the characteristics of weak
minded fools they nro not prompted bj
political enmity toward Humphrevs or
favor towards Dolo. The claim on tho
face of It Is so utterly false that It Is
nauseating. Tho whole campaign was
horn of political anger and fed on mall
clous political sptto.
Had theru been any doubt In the
mind of tho Attorney General or tho
President that a political gang tu this
Territory Is endeavoring to degmdo the
courts of justice and destroy thu Inde
pendent Judges whom tlio Piesldent
appointed to positions ot highest trust,
the action of last night's meeting wipes
out the doubt and establishes tho firm
conviction. Thurston's following of
thirty-seven now dwindled to twenty
eight, Bhouhl organlzo themselves Into
a Ucnch nnd liar Assassination Society,
thcroliy nssumlug nn honest polltlml
status before tlio lommunlty and for
that reason meriting somo degree of
respect for tlielr nsertlons.
With thin seiond demonstration of
malice It ill be Intri eating to know
what cxrttsc there can lie for tctiiln
Ints novernnr Dole In oltlce. .
THE THIRTY-SEVEN DWIM LOS
DOWN TO THK TWtNrY
E10UT. Iimiiimiii lruiu I'.ur ..)
quirt, lavvver. Neither lie nor his
mend had npproatlied tno speiker,
luit he detldeiliy objected to pnsslng
such resolutions regarding n man nno
nat on that buicli.
Mr. 'Ihutsron stated that Mr, Hit
ting signed n set of li-solutioni of vir
tuall) the same tenor tno day before
these weio prepaied. Mr. Hobertson
corroborated tho statement. .Mr. Hil
ling related an open reservation ho
Hindi' to Mr, Hobertson on that oett
Stanley considered that Mr
Wltlng misunderstood what the com-
mt(w ,f hM
a wnu It it n mril
j,ll1(.,, a imk.k Jll(lR(, ,, JmIg(i
nor nnd ttiey niiiiiiiiiiveneii on .us
uallfleatlons as n luvvtr. Charges
were torniulated under lite he.tu.utfs
"' tho report was conllned to those
t,"lrR,,', , '' " speaker summarlz
' ". "'.'.l.t .!'tVI"l,mo1 ,m' Kratameu of
Vivas' Hot Shots.
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ln'K ",wnB not i"n'"!-iit nt tli"lnml Attorney Oeneral Knox discussed
ui.t'iiiit. n,it.'ii uiu ciiiiiiiiiiii-u .ia up
poimcu, tlueit lu miKi'quem.' of my
,n nealth. '1 tin piess engaged lu at-
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ie-.larking Judge liiimphrujs liiblutiatcd
iiii-iiuiK juiiKe iiuiiipiirujH iiibiiiuaiui i
ut tho llmo that nieiiiDers nbseiulng
inomsehes were lowards. None who
hate known me tan aicuso mu of
cowardice. I can sny Honestly, how-
ii'MT. that I do not know mi) thing at
my own knowledge which should i
mnko me sign my namo to these
charges ngalnst Judge llumphrej's. I
I um sorry to s.e the matter ngnlu
stirred up. It reminds mu of what
it too otten seen, when attorneys
walk out of court after losing a case,
smiling as they lcnie tbo court-loom
but when they get outside, cursing
the Judge and the other side. I haio
never recilicd n favor from Judgo I
iiiiiiipiuos or eip.ii in n'(i ii u any
lav or from him, I have been in poli
tics long enough not to expect favors
li om nnvuouy nigh in political posl
tlon, hut I do not regard Judge Hum
phre)s us being In n political position,
I am sorry to see the liar Association, ! I.yle A DUkij. W. .1, Kolilnsou nud
i (imposed of the most Intelligent menll'iank K. Thompson. However. It Is
lu tlm conimiiiuty. taking this action. Litpposeil that Mr. Ca plena Is the most
i nave oniy lenu mo newspaper rv
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fileuds nmong those who ()1,p0!ll. .
iii.-uiin Minimi: I
, , Uum.lIir.yil ,,.. ,,,,,,. L,'
'ln support him Tberelore. 1 nm I
against having this Hnr Association
ce,e.. nrp torr,.a,ho ftIlr(. m ,,',, ,
Judge Hiimphrcvt) Is a ouni; man
n uv, ivin win u, whether ho
is right or wrong.
-.igan i say i nuject to nils liar
ireui.i.iinni wi-iuri, iiiuuu u iwyi in
J01111' poHHrlana. uutslUu of Judse
H'lnipmoyii iitillff HOWU i niU' U0
er seen iinvthtng wrong with him. I
have- got mime pietty hnid kuocks
rtom mm mvscir. hut i do not jump
,, ( g rcioliitlons nsalnst him. 1
My remarks moy not pleaso uvtry 1
?"u. -f..Jhe .mH?.""'r?' '",l.J ,.lo.ob.l!;.t
l IIUtlUA JMM.lMn UlUIIHIll imu nil).
nboclatlon. livery memb of this
.. Mo,lw. ... ..,,,.,,..1 C.lnn .
a;Vid ho was 'sorry tno iiumne,' in7
IllllU ,hu r(..Solnilonii was not thirty
ciKbt. ho IuivIiik been absent at tlm
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ICoast when the pievlous uicetlnc was
held. Ho thoioimhly eiidoised tho
work nnd the icpuit of the commit
Mr. Andrews spoke of the arduous
and unpleasant task of tliu commit
tee', v ho did their duty. It was absurn
to say that the meeting last sprlns
was bullied hv politician. Thnsn
who found fault with tho resolutions
and tho teport themselves condemn
cd Judgo Humphries by their own
woius. nicy meant to treat Judgo
Humphreys with the- dignity nnd re
spect due his position. They were
not trying to wipe out the teport nf
Attorney General Knox.
Mr. De Holt, as u member of thu
committee said let every member vote
as ho pleased. They ought to main
tain their own self-respect while re
specting tho dignity of tho court. Ho
also upoko uf tho auluous task
Whether It was a Judicious and good
report they submitted was for the
members to decide. Tho report was
simply that cortalu charges worn
made und scut to Wnshlngton. Thero
were some comments on fnits, but
llieso weic tlio committees own
.VyllT. " J" lm' "'I""t
jimir right to piaio tnere. It was a
uuu huj wuvn uiu oar siioiini crawl
o the bench.
Thirty seven Dead.
Mi. Vivas toplled: "I nover crawl
to nil) body. 1 have not donu so tn
Judge Iliimplueys nnd shall not to
Mi. Do Holt It ho becomes u Judge. M
policy Is to let dlo what has been
Mr. Hobertson "Who's died?"
Mr. Vlvns -"Tho case or the thirty
teven. ut the hands ot Knox." (Laugh
Mr. Weaver said Attorney Gcnciul
Knox uuvei saw nu thing. Tlio com
mittee acted as the eyes of tho nssn-
ilatlou. It was Just ns easy to pri
th fottB hero on tho ginund as the
different processes In tho house that
Courage but no Sense.
Mr. Magoon admired tho courngu
of those who had opposed Juditu Hii'ii
phtos ilesplto tile power of his post-
won. ino reversal or their earn 'iy
Attorney tlcneial Knox was. however,
n hlstortcal event. H was doubtrul It
any orgnnls-otlon of the slo und Int.
poitnnco of this association nud over
been mi comilctcly upset Tho s-eoW
er reviewed bomo of tho csnti'.idlc
tlons tho committee hud given to thn
iuiswpr of Judgo Humphrcyn, glvlns
nioof In positive statements that thu
Judgo wns right and they woro wrong
Tor Instance, ho lonipcllert tlio nil
mission trom tho nicotine thst on this
very Island of Oahu theio vrero three
District Magistrates who could not
speak or undciBtand nngllsh. Thn ma
jority sliotild have nllowed tho ron
ttoversv to reBt now, since, they had
j uuuvuIllnKly' got oft their hot air to
remote tho Judge. They hid no tight
to fortu tlielr opinions on tho assoeln
tlon as n body. It was simply making
them Judges to try Judge Humphreys
Mr. Ac III mndo a tow rctnaiKs en
dorsing the report.
Mr. Case who has been removed
fiom the otllco of stenoKrapher by
Judge Humphreys slnto tho latter'
return gavo tho stialned relations be
tween them as a reason why he did
not desire to tote.
The vote was then taken with the
result already stated.
1 HAWAII IN
Washington, Oct. 20. (Spcitul).
Seicr.il prominent residents of Hawaii
h.io bteti gathering of late In Wash
ington on pending matters which ren
ter In the White House. A good 1'rd
rial position there must be soon tilled,
as the Attorney Ocneral Ins decided
that the Territorial act authorizing nn
additional Circuit Judge Is nlld. Then
the general control nf political affairs
In the Tcitltory Is of (om-cm to Ha
waiian Republicans, mid the usual
"'" ', ., ..,....
courtesies of hastening to the Wile
House to pay respects to the Chief
Magistrate nnd. to form acquaintance
with those In authority hate been ob
sencd. Numeious measures affecting
the Islands will be piessed befoie Con
gress this winter. The factional poli
tics with which Washington has been
familiar to sonic etcnt Tor several
cars will acaln be In evidence.
Hnme'urnkfl nno President Itoosetelt
ine niniiiinuni iinnniian juui;rHiiii as
there was some doubt legnidlng the
validity of tho Terrltoilal ait, Mr
Knox was reiiutstid
. 0i,nin That o
. , Prwldent an
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Knox was requtstcd to submit n writ-
pinion Is now be-
unil declnres the At
torney General's uinilctlon that Cou-
gress did hae the power to bestow
upon the Legislature authority to vote
an nddltlonal Circuit Judce and that
t,c gnbsiqucnt Tirrltorlal legislation
wns regular and land. Mr. Harold M
Sew all, National Committeeman from
Hawaii, who was at the White Housd
Thursdii) with Col Samuel Parker,
last year's Hepiiblhan candidate for
Delegate, has iilruidy Indorsed IMgar
Cajphss for the Judgeship. Mr. Caj.
U.M ttnH i,r0 tvvo or thiee wlnteis
ago looking after Icglsljtlve Interists
in Congress. He was fornu rl) fiom
There nio thue other rnnilldiitrH,
ul.i 'i,i i.ii. iv.,. .,!
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,,, ,, ttn, , lh(, wiiltn llnntr
.irller In the wiek. iilso mlled on At
tomey Onernl KnoK and Is under
Miioil to have dlsnisscd the piospec-
tlve appointment The reient lluiry
I hue over charges pre feu oil against
Jtldgi lluniphriys has quickened the
llvalrv between the hostile factions In
I the Islands The light over the nihil-
tlonnl Judgeship hid been curried to
'he White House evin b" fore the death
of PresbKnt MeKlnley.
col. IMiker will start hnik.tu lla-
vvnll In n few d.is, but plans to uttirn
here before Congress convents to re
main several weeks nnd pel haps the
entile M'Ktiou. Although Dili gale WII-i-iiv
Is n credited as the repiesentntlve
in the National Houne from llnvvall
tho buslmss luterests 'out there have
l)a, Home one hein to repieseiit them,
for several months. It is not known1
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l"1'1,. l o1, ' '"Krr ' tonllu'; '" ,,iat ,a"
Wm A 1
, " ," ' ,
U1K !OI a I
Hall has tiled papers at
before Judge Gear, petition-1
crniiuatlun of the spend-,
thrift's trust nnd discharge nf the guar
dian appointed bv the court, Geo. It.
Tho petition slates that, on August I
29, 1901, Mr. Cnrter was appointed us
his guardian nnd that he was charged
with the care und iiistody of tho peti
tioner and the manage meat of alt his
Petitioner states further that he does
nut drink Intoxicating liquors to ex
cess nor does he spend his time or any
of It in gaming, idlrness or debauch
ery; hu does not send or waste his in
come nor will he waste or lessen his
estate so as to expose himself to want
Petitioner states further that ho has
concluded that. In the best Interests ot
himself, he has decided to exeeuto a
deed of trust of nil his property under
the direction of the Judguhefoiu whom
thn petition Is hi ought, to a trustee.
In loiietuslou, petitioner nsks Unit
the guardianship be deilared no long
er ncei'ssary, that George It. Carter be
forthwith m.ide'tci file his nciount nud
that he be dlsi barged ns guardian
Now York. Oct. "(i. Mnmula Ito,
formerly I'rlnio .Minister of Jnpuu
sullid for lloulomiu on tho stonier
lljndam today. Tho Marquis aald. "I
must express my thanks to you Amor
Iuuih for the Kindness nnd cordiality
with whleh I havo heen leceived
here. .My reteptlon was only equal
ed hy thn rouitesy extendi it tn mt
on my last lHlt here. I am deuply
Grateful fur tlm deKren whleh vvus hu
stowed upon nio hy Yale Unlvoislty.
niinoiiKii i nanny ten i uesorvo n,
IicIiir poorly versed In science. I
snail leave tlio llynilam at lloulogno
and piueied to 1'aits, vvheiii in alt
piolinhlllty 1 slum spend n part or tlio
winter. I hopo to go to Japan by tho
lotter part or tlm ear or early next
venr. -My plans nro ip,ther luileflnltn
TO VISIT IMOUTIIWIIRT.
Washington, Ott 31. Hepiesciitie
tlvu Jones i)f Washington called on
I'resldcnt Hoosevelt today to pay his
respects. Tho I'resldcnt referred to
his Brent Interest In tha Northwest
and Hill J ho expected to mako a tour
of that part uf the United States next
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F. W. Deardslee.
P. O. Box 77
BEARD8L.EE c& PAGE
ArclittectH and Builders.
Office, Dooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, 11.
Sketches nnd Correct estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL lilNDS. '
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen St Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alto
Office and residence, 3li Queen St,
near Oovernment building.
M. R. BERTEL-JVIANS
IS - MOV no
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
Kins street. Orders left at either shop
or offlcc nt John Kott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukul St Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the li. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN UOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprlctots of the popular
The pure Julco of tho grapefruit. Tho
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda ' Water Works Co.,
Sole ngents for tho Territory of Ha.
vvoll. Oflliu and Works, U01 Fort St..
Honolulu. T. or II.
I'. O. liuv li;.'. Mnnil oidurs solic
ited. The Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cldei, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Chamragne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer. Vlehv and PtlrA ntttllU.4 VAa.
ter from the Barnsttad Sill, Boston,
tor lamny ana medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60c rier
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem-
llohna. 10c tier aallon anH KOe r.harnA
on demijohn until returned.
HENRY ST. GOAR
Member Stock and Uond
Edward Poliitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and foreign Stock and
40U Culllornln St.,
Sun FranclHCo, Cal,
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