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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1911.
GIRL-WIFE SEES FIGHT
FOR HUSBAND'S LIFE
One t tin- most pathetic ngurcH
that has over been In (In- public oo
In lltinolnlii Is th.it of the wan lllllo
Blrl-wlro wlin dailv nlln iiIimio In tliu
tils IV'ilci.il court room mIi.iIiiIhk eves
and cars to c.iltli ocr inucitioiit
Mini word of tho tilal which holds he,
joimg hiiKhaud lire and Iter own fit
(tiro happiness In the balance tho
Oodcrlor minder case.
With the Hiruiglli that only (ho
iicUt been In ii court bonne ami 'I
liurlii jiio Ki (o hc III) husliind In llllv
place when I know Ii vviihii'1 bin faub.
IT those men who are to JtnUe him
only knew all that happened lint
night. I know they would let htm go.
1 do hope thej will tin 1 out every
thing. He Ii.ih iilw.'ivx mi good nml
kind to me, and so no n tie too, I ilim't
hollow nny girl eer had a betlci
husband, Vntiw we'ie Just Hhu sv.coi-
WITNESSES TELL OF SCENES THAT
FOLLOWED MURDER OF M1AH0N
line of a Till liful heait can IiiIha iieurt'i nil the lime. I suppose some
lurlli, this little wotii.in Is healing a; people will IhluK l strange that '
tiylng oi.lr.it. she Is belling up liiaw-jnhniilil come here all alone mid listen
ly and soniollnies even foiecs ii smile to nil these questions and niriitncntr,
to her lips when her cjch meet thine hul .lack is my hiiHh.iud and I must
or ti I til who, lull it few short liionthu'ho with lilui. Oh I couldn't bear to
ago, led to Hie altar. Ileiieath this itnv away. I wish 1 could understand
smile, however, tine cm plainly detect more about these things. It all Jus'
the haunting fear th it her loved one ciowds my head so much that -sumc-
in. i he taken fioin hei. fines I can't maki out what It's all
Mis. Mr Malum Is still a hrlde. Sho about, nml I got so coiilmed, hut I
has been married only thirteen lunntlH do know that .lack feels belter when
nml although clrcuins mice has tudel) I am near him, so I must enme
sh.itteied her dieatns of tinrltal bliss. ;niisln't I?
she Ik sanguine at tliuoa that thev .. 1!1U, J(,on wmrei (.u.r since
mav .et be fullllled. Mif and Mis it happcm.il, hut I nlwaH seem to feel
Me.Mahon were man lei at Port Tim- ilat M)ueliow everjthlug will cunt
mas, Newport. Ky , where she was ut ai rfilt n the cm. lv a
taken by her p.uents on nccouii nt ,S(, (ucstlnns were ei ami 1 saw
Ill-health. Soon utter tho mnoal of ,,t. l(. tt,Kl.,r ihe Jur, I felt n
the family to the foil the oung wo- t i,ct(,.r, ,ion believe they II
man's father seemed the position ot i,ani0 ,ny huslmml, do ou?
foil carpenter nml he nml 1,1s wife .., ,!olIlelcrwiIllt .,, ullotllor
mm Hint-,, .i .t- .....i., .... ,,,., ,t ,, j.t awfl, , mPt ,.
pines mill In lcw of his honorable
record, ami the domestic tendencies
or his bilde, a-wedded life of r.uo
liapplncss was predicted fur them
When .Mrs. .McMiihnn appeared In
court yesterday she had changed
her black gown to u shlrt-nalst of
white with which she woio a cream
ergo shirt. Her iipp"arance wis
dainty, hut her face lacked freshncs.
and from time to time the tears which
filled her o.ves, lolled iinlieedul down
her checks. Thimmliniit the entire
morning slio ncrouly lingered tho
It was heio lint the court- j,, w,cn , m,.lr (1M) ,ncn ,,,.
p took place. Thon.ingi,nicorhud , .;,, J(lk,B ,
e,l with distinction In the Philip- ll0,hlllB 8rnMS W,I)K ,
Ii there va
m. I in nljr!
the Judge and the lawcis and the
men in the Juiy don't net Dial way.
It must be a lei lible icspouidlillitv lor
llicin. especially for the JiiiIro unit
"Don't joti think Mr. demons looks
like a Mud mau7 I do. lie mii.it ho
clecr In lead all them big books
iIiioiirIi mid know- all the laws. I sup
pose bo wouldn't be the Judge If lie
And thus this little woman prattled
i.n. Soniftlines the tears would well
Ititu lint tirtiii n ... nu ..'tit l.i I...
wedding rliiR. which In addition to a rIlc.kC(, ,y ., ,,,,' cm;rl Ic.lvnK
illliiu Bt.iri I'm. nils iiur '') o.ii.i- lur (HcrB
"Oh. this is ten Ible terrible," sho
oxclulined hefoie couit opened yes
torda. "It hi cms like I'm going
thiniigh the gates of a tomb when I
come Into ibis ilreadrul place. I won
der If those men standing aiouudhere
all day laughing, smoking and Joking
like they was at a party .ever h d
an.wme dear to t hem In such trouble
as my poor .lack Is In. Hut there, I
hiipposo they ule used to lawyeis and
Judges and all these things, and oili
er people's tumbles don't worry them.
Hut I'm so scared and frightcped that
1 hardly know what I'm doing. I've
: : : : : : : : : :
i suite of mingled
iiirrow and fear. Sometimes sudden
ly almost forgetting her sorrow as
mine objej In the big court n'im
amused her curiosity and dlicctedhcr
thoughts Into a new channel for Ju. t
a moment onl, to he Just as hihIiMi
lyilnimght luck to a ionization of
her husband's danger bv the unex
pected EOimd or a voice III the court
room now grown familiar to her.
Vcnleril.it saw I he llulsli of 111.'
technical evidence and a start nude
on tho pi Monro of vvIUiwhph who
dlrecllv connected with tho Ccdcrhir
nun del else, before Kcdeinl .ludge
t'leiuiiiis and Ihe Juiy. The healing
has been adjourned until ten o'clock
.Monday morning when Attorney l.oi-
lit Andiens lor the dofcn.ie wllliitirl
bis llrst big cioss examination of a
witness foi the prosecution.
(ioorge" lloag was calleil and gave
evidence as to riiunln? to tho L'tdor
lof liome aflei he heard the shuts nml
oT finding the bod) Ijlng on tin
ground. Mrr., Odcrlof liail kuIiI mhiic
thing to him iihoui II but when the
piuseciillou nskcil Ii I lit what ll wiu
Andrews ohjeclcd on tho giounds (hat
it was hcaisay evidence. Argument
on this conlluiicil until the iiflei'iioon
session was nearl) half over nml then
It was decided to leavo tho matter In
abejance for the tliuo being and to
call another witness.
Sorgcant-Mujor James !'. (Haul wiu
put on the stand and gave hU evi
dence. Ilo was living n short dis
tance from tho Cedcilof homo at tho
lime or the shooting.
He stilted that ho licnid two shots
In ipilck Hiitccsihm and a woiiiniH
scream niul then ho went to tho
Cedeilor hoino whero he thought tho
shots canio fiotn. When he got there
he found Ccdcrlof's body l)iug on tho
I'louud lusldo tho partly opened gitc.
Ilo asked Mrs. I'vleielsel ir Ccder
lof was badly bint hut did not receive
.my leply. Just at that moment Mm.'
.Mc.Mnhoii and her husband p-inio
arimml tho corner stiiiggliug for tho
posesilon of a icvolvcr. Sho was
calling for help, (llnnt ran round be
hind Mc.Mahnn and tink the revolver
away from him, lie had no trouble In
doing this and then took McMithon to
the goal d house In company with Six
smith who was also ltit.ru. Tho gnu
vvns turned over to Lieutenant Ilorn
.iid, olllccr ot tho day. It was a thirty-eight
calibre and he gave the num
ber In his imsscsslon, '
Objections Sustained. '
Dining tho time ho was theio ho
beard .Mrs. IVierelsel m.l. McMuhou
whal lie had done tho shooting for
but did not hour any leply. Up snw
Mrs. Cedejlilf a few minutes after
th" shooting and she was very excit
ed. When iiuestlouod by the prosecu
tion at this point as to what Mrs.
''edcilof had said the sumo objection
as lo hearsay cvidenco was IntcriHH
ed ami if.stulncd by lie com I.
tllanl ni.iled thai ho saw tho nlail
of Ihe sennli of McMahou made In
(ho gmrd hiwe and saw u liotstcr
taken out ol (lit front of his s'.ilit
hut did not sco ali more. Ho ut'lted
lliat ho could tell the gun If hu saw
It again, ae ho had fiken tho number
III atiHwer to the crcs.s cxnuilnutlou
he stilted that his Imiiso wus on tho
other sido of Union's from Cedei pit's
mid Unit Mis. C'ederlor was stindlng 111
front of her lioiiso when ho flrsl aiw
her. It wus about a city block fioiu
bis place to Cedctof's. He slated tli.lt
II was between elght-lhlily and elghi-
fifly when the shooting took pl.ico
and Hint thoio vvas a spaco of aboui
live seconds between each idiot. The
body was llng Inside the fenco with
tho root near the gito. He had t ikon
the number of the gnu hul turned It
over lo Iho olllcer ol Dm ipiy without
examining to Kce.what the conditions
ol the loads weic.
This Mulshed his evidence and fol
'.owing him came Alois I'elciulsul who
told how- when (lie miuid of the sholt.
'.cached his home no and lilr wife had
laced fur (lie Oderlof dwelling mid
"that when a mans in a hurry ho
don't look fur his wife" ami const
iiuently leached the place llrst.- He
was In such a hurry, however, that
he bud tripped ovei (lie wlro fence
nml that by tho time ho had picked
himself up again Ol.iut had hold of
Tho llrst Ihing that ho saw was
Mrs, MeMalion tussling with her bus
band near the corner of her bouse
and crying "1'or (lod's sake somebody
help me, don't shoot me," t li Its last
ippnrcntly ,lo MeMalion. Mrs. Mc
Mahou had hold of the barrel or tho
'cvolvcr mid the two of them wcro
struggling Inside tho feme In the
ymil. Ho got hold or McMahou tin,
mil' his wlfo Irleii to get Mrs. Mc
.Mnhoii away from her husband.
Ho lienrd his wlfo sk MeMalion
why he had sho; (Vdprlof and tho ro-
,dy that he must have been crazy or
something like that. McMahou had
no hat on. Cedeilor was lying In a
pool or blood and ho helped lo carry
It tit Into Iho Iihihc When MeMahnn
was present ho henid Mm, Cedorlof
nuy: ".McMahou hIhii my husband."
Tho witness was not iptlto sine ot
blinrt'lr (lutliic tho taking of tho di
rect evidence md was Inclined to be
KING OF EAST AFRICAN TRIBE
LONDON, lhig, Nov II. The nbdl
cnled Mug of the Wu-Klkiiyu, u tribe
of 111 tee, Iri'aelietoiiM i:,tst African
savages, has ciituc to Loudon, mid ll
Mrniigo title ho bus lo (ill of Ids three
years' reign. Ho Is not, us lino might
KtippiMP, u nicut, painted nml befeuth
ered. thick-lipped, lilittk warrior, with
a it tine that no white matt could pro
noun! o, luit a short, iptlct-spoki n
Vuikshlieiiiiiii named John Ito)f.
Jln.vcs Is publishing u book about tils
rcinurkitlile adventures, but ho has no
hesitation In telling of some of them
and how he btcame u ruler of tho Wa
Klkuju. It was, in met, bv sheer lilillt
tinil pieteiidlng to bo skilled In won
derful iiiugle tlffit bo won over tho suv
agci.. Hut renuirkiilile nerve nml pluck
had most to do with it. otherwise he
would not huve hem it live man today.
lloyro. Atiirlcil life us a cabin boy
and cook on boatil a North Sea fishing
smadi. Hut passing Unit over, hn said:
"It vvns to gel icieuls from the Kl
kuyu lountry that I llrst mado an ex
pedition Into tin: country that I vvas
doftlnetl to rule for three years.
"I collectid seven native Imys. who
(ouhl speak nml tench ma tho Klliuyu
language, us pottirs, insuring them
everythlliK would bo nil right, nnd,
nrmliig niyseir with n rlllu and plenty
or iimiiiiinltlou, set out. When wc ar
rived In Ihe K!kti)ii we were bict by
Mm wurrlors. I ilo'n'i think they bad
ever sein u white mull bernre, fur thc.v
woo distinctly until by my npponr
ntice. "I made them iiudeistuiiil I wished to
see their chief, niul u gulilo led mo to
the old gentleman, whose inline wis
Kartirl To him 1 made an olTerlng ot
cheap American cloth, which pleased
lilui mightily, nnd told him soino In
famous untruths about how tny rlllo
tiuilil shoot six melt ut once, which hn-
H 4 t- ! 4 & s ! !
i little etrutlc. After asking him a
low questions legiidlng the prelim
itiary things Attorney Andrews siig
gestcil that ns the raw examination
would take some time mid It vvas then
lour o'clock, Iho matter shmild gu
Judge Cleinotis nrcordliiRly ruled
tint tho case go over until ten o'clock
Monday inclining next when tho ile
e;iho will cuter Into Its llriU surlous
cross examination. It Is rumored
that Important evidence on MoMa
hon's behalf may he bt ought out.
presped him strntii;! To bear out my.
Iinpii'ssloii t sent a shot clean through I'
n lottett old Iron and told the ihlif that
the bullet had gone through (he moult I
til ill brjolel. Koine blacks rail lo (!"!
mountain nnd cntno back swearing that
(hey bad seen (he bote In l(. '
"I got what I tiiuie for, nnd promised
to i ome bncjf. which I did, this time
with the Intention of Mopping" j
Hn iilarleil rlnht oh drilling Hie wnr
rlorn lo make good soldiers, taking cue
lint he hud it kooiI bodyguard for him
self nnd lntlllln well Into their snv
nro minds that It was Impovslblo to kill
.1 white innli. Koiiio of the othtr Ineth
imIs employed In winning the kinship
of the suvnges nnd their tiael of loon
sipi.tre tulles were:
"I made them think t could drink
boiling watt r by tpinltlug dnifts of ef
fetvescelU powder. I became a 'blood
bt oilier1 with tho various chiefs, nnd all
'blood brothers' are friend. 1 had a
gramophone, which wns supplied to ho
some ii vv fill invention of the white linn
by which none spirit wits In a box uiul
compelled to do Its master's bidding. I
Itisllluted (ho custom of Intcr-trllml
war dances every leu days, friendly
(rllies being Invited to our quarters."
lie scents lo have owed his power
over one tribe In the first place to a
musical clock, which Kill lied fur Itself
tho reputation of being n rulnmnker.
Hut It brought trouhlp. When they
looked to lilm for the mill that did not
tump they untight to murder him. Hut'
the provldeiitl.il capture of their chief
suvcil Ills life Then the lout-iT-for rain
came uiul nil vvi rellrtnly persuaded Dial
lu wns responsible for It. Then Hoyes
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STORK WORKED OVERTIME
It Brought' Nine Babies
Three Families In One
riTTSIHtWlir, lu., November .
Theio Is Joy lit tho homos of Patrick
Mulligan, Kiistaco Kllleen and Abra
ham MoHkowllz. who aro next door'
iiplghhorH In White Btieet, Turlloj
Creek. And Mils is tho iciiKtin: lle
twepii 12:::n and :t o'clock Iho samo
aflernooii tho slink visited Iho three
humps ami li-ft lit each place boy
MoskowlU had not been on friendly
terms with Mulligan and Kllleen for
sovcral years, hut wIipii ono beard of
tho others' luck they all mado up ami
celebrated ut Iho Kllleen' homo.
.lust at H!::il) o'clock tho slink vis
lied the Kllleen homo. At 1:20 o'clock
11 called at the MoBkoultz home. Mul
ligan vvas up at tho Kllleen homo
handing out .congratulations, when a
littlo daughter rushed into the bourn
and cried; "Papa, tho doctor just
brought us thrco tiny babies; hurry
homo and sco them." Kllleen started
out vvitlt Mulligan to see IMho report
was true. On their vvuy to the Mulli
gan lioiiso they met Mnskow It., who
Joyously ctled: "My friends, Kllleen
and Mulligan, what dn oti think?
Mrs. MoskowlU bus presented mo
A few days mote, ami Ihe Hpjiillng
uiul writing iloinngogiio will lie "cu
lercd into lest,'' as Hit tomb .nines
'ipi it: uipi 0ll o v'iimso.iiii .ii put
.Cull i iui !.suojnu )piu3 duiuio
il)C loiititia .ni A'i'K M.imlud otj.
A tour of lu.ipeetloli In see Into tho
matter of ceitaln pieces ol govern
ment lands lying at tho h.itk of the
I'.il.ima settlement uiul on which
tliete are some had svv.impi, wait
made this iiuiinlng. Tliosn making
up tho pari) wcro the (lovornor, Kitr
ve)or Wall, Heetelnry l-J. A. Sloll
Kmlth, I'lisldeul Trait of tho health
boat d, and Kiipcrlnlctidcnt of Public
Work't Jlarstoti C'aiiipbcll.
The had lands He on part of these
government remnants and ns soon as
tho plans can ho got out they will lie
sold and tu tho sale contract will be a
clause stating that tliu purchaser
must It 1 1 In.
Tlio lines aio to lo marked out on
tho giouiid ami ullowaiico Is lo ho
imido for the strips that havo been
net itslilo for street purposes.
SPEAK AT SCHOOL
Mr. Akaiko Akann, who lecently le
till licit from tho States, whcio he
wont to btudy In tho Ilartfnul Theolo
gical Seminary, will preach In tho Kit
incliamehn Chapol tmiiorrnw iiioiulng
at 11 o'clock. Ilo Is mi Island boy,
having been born at W'nliiliiu.
Iloforo ho went to tho States, ho
attended Kainohamcha School, and
graduated with honor. It Is expected
that a laigo number of tho Kiunclia
mclia giaduutes will attend tho scr
vlco In tlio chapol tomnrrovv. At 0
o'clock In tho evening, Mr. Akami
will speak at tlio Kawalahno church,
wlioYo tho monihci of tlio Chilstlan
Kndenvor Society of Kaiimiikaplll
church will Join In tho torvlccs.
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Young Hotel Cnfo. Accoidlng lo vvlt-
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