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!n lliu unci mo pieuiuiubiy abandon'
.Mc.idants' exceptions wcic alimved I Wright on C1I111. Conspiracies, Am. J waive; that haling stipulated of rec
to luttructionn 3, 4 5. (I. 7. 8. 9. lOn, Cants. 212. n3 to circumstances which orrl. that ho would take 110 exception
Hit Ho, 11. 12, 13, II lit IS. 19 20,
l.y and 1 b bill In tlicir brief In
Unctions (!. !i 1Ci 1Ui mil 13 nmy
.uo luiciroJ lo, tlicir objection IjcIiij
In Btiii.laiioa tlnl i Jiitl V waru nut
I io,l,c.tc,l iiiii.ii utitloiKL'; tint 1D.
lu:.ie, pu.of of ots iluiiu bofnio nn 1
ngiLcmciit wus shown to do them; drawn by consent of tho dcfeiilants Territory, obtalne! a new tiUI which
thai lOd nude pstii ilefcnlnnt ic3pons- nll(1 0. lno n,0, option the (rial was was not hoard until after Utah b;canu
ihlo for lliu language uiul "acts of Iho continued '1111J a t(jiI.U rendered by, a State. At the second trial tlio do
other nnl Ihnt 13 i.iadu acting to- ,.even jurors. The certluii to tho fendant was again found guilty, the
gediur uiiiivnlcnt to rouspliucy. denial of (lie motion In arrest of Judg-'Jury In accordance w.lth tho constltii
Tho following me Hit In-'riiialonn: nlol,t p1CueiiiA the question whether' tlon of tlio State of Utnh conslBtm.r ot
(.. in onlir tu find that tho do- thin wn nlluiiblo under Art. 3 of tho c'Kht Jurors. Ho tnovctl for a new
Icn'antR ciiinplictl to piocnt tho
tur,Mii:.tIo.iB Jian'.cd. or any of them .
fiiiiu okeitlfing their tr.iile una tu nu
pmcrlbli tiiein It Is not necessary that
you rhuuld find that (huy rontcnuilatcd
t Lcnipuic cosauiion 01 mo worn 01
,!i" cui pjralioiu or tha'r coaiple'n lm-
iu. M'.ircnt. It Is sufllclent if tho
. ei'M 1 ! rrnisplicd by any of tlio
.is!a."in niiMiir nllessO. lo piocnt
n..y ui thf oirprtl'iiiiUK inniul fiom
tuny'ng 011 ,(h Iiu'iktk to t lie extent:
to which it nthcivlro vould )iao
ilimc nntl lo lmp.ilr lis Income to that
"9. One pen on ha no light to
tluoatcn iiiiollwi with violence even
In 11 elll or guurtU'd manner; all
laiigiiag'i, however tolled, or guarded,
which Is l('aoll'lbly culcuiuted to In
Ipiio tu a poison of rcatonnhio firm
r.esa and cour.iite u fcui that iierbonal
tiolence Is goliw lo bo used by the'
lerLiin mahing uro ot inch- language
It. iiiii.iwful, and any eoiHplrar'y to
nccoi.iilih a purpoju by intimidating
nnnllicr by tutli language 13 continry
VIOn. If you find fiom tlis eVidenco
th.it Hi" publication of tnllmldntlng
nml threatened articles In the Nlppu
.lljl (uiiKtitiiioil (inn t.f thn unlawful
means by whlcii the alleged conspiracy
wns to be carrKl out Iho fact that
one or ran. 11 of tho defendants may
not hate been till icily leipmulbio fur
fih.Ii publicatltinn wounl ho no defenro
priivltloi jou futther fin J that such
defendants wore pnttles (o tho con
nplrncy with those who tvero respons
ible for Iho pu'jllcitlons; us when the
comipirnry Is ouco establlthed- tho actB
of any one conspirator In furtherance)
ot tho common design becomes tho
acts of all." 1
"10(1. Hi') complaint chprges that
thn defendants lu lumbinlng to nc- j
coraplUh their purimEe, tiin.fl. usn of
f ci (alii unlavtiil means, among others
Ih it ot 'intimidating and threatening
tlolcnco against, mid Instigating oth
ers to Intlmtdato and threaten vio
lence agaliibt' all Japancso who should
attempt to pcrfiuailo tho laborers to
contlniu to work, and agnlnst all Jap
nncso laborers who fIiouM contlnuo
to work notwithstanding tho strike.
I I'Htiuct you in this connection,
Hint when n purun or persons utter
oi publish thrcrtctiltis words concern
lng another, which, In tholr ordinary
and common signification would
amount to a threat ot tiolence, or
would Instlgato and Incite others to
Intimidate mid threaten tlolcnco
pgnlnut any person or persons. It must
be presumed that the language so tit
tcird or published was used In Its ordl
nniy sonsc, and so understood by those
hearing or rending the same; and a
defendant, when 'prosecuted Ifor
threatening tlolcnco, or Instigating
andInciting others to threaten vlo
lcnco against any person or persons,
cannot excuro his guilty conduct by
an explanation In his testimony thit
ho did nqt use the words to convey tho
meaning thereby Indicated, provided
tho Jury bellevo from tho evidence,
beyond a reasonable doubt, that such
defendant uttered or published lan
guage of this character.
"I Instruct you, further, that ono
who employes certain language, spok
en or publlthcd, which 'he knows will
bo midon-tood by the heaier or read
er iih a tin cat ot violence against nny
person, or r.s nn encouragement to
othuis to Intlmltlato and threaten vio
lence against any person, nu.st bs
taken to have mtido Iho statement or
1 iibllcatlon In that sense. In other
words, If one or moro of these defend
ants initio iiFo of certain language,
you will find that such defendant or
ilelcndants used such alleged language
In Iho sense In which ho or they knew
those lending or hearing tho same
would tako Its meaning to bo; and
tucli lnnguago must bq held to hato
1 Lccn employed to express the mean
ing whiih thote using tho said lan
guage worn awaro that those reading
oi hearing tho samu would understand
"13. Wliiln tlio law rciiilie3 that,
to find tho defendants guilty In this
caso, the otldenco should show that
thoy wero acting in concert, still It Is
not necessary that It should bo posi
tively pro tod Hint thoy actually met
together mid agreed to do tho acts
chutgcil In tho complaint, Such con
cert of action may bo protcd from
circumstances, and If, from the otl
denco, the Jm - belloto boyond a ro .
ouable doubt that tho dofenlants act
ed together, each aiding In his own
wny, 11 would bu siiffic',,,it"
Tlio Instructions rtcepiul lo cor
rectly stato the law
Tho following cllnt'piia 'i'p ! ip"
cable to (he caBa: Qiiuen v "nst '
It, 7 Q. B. 253, as 1 1 n aw -
tlclo "naturally nnd irnsomib'.y lu
tended lo Incllo nnd encauiago or ti.
endeavor to persuado porsons who
should read that article'' to commit
tcrlmo; Lowo v, I.awlcr, 208 U. S. 274, ijlct," and concluded as follows: "Un
I Illegality of boycott, and as to eamo , der-tho circumstances of the case, tho
ami also picketing seo Deck v. Team- (
Biers' Protective Union, 118 Mich. 497,
618. 620; jso Stato v. Stewart, 69 Vt.
273, and 8Uto v. Ryan, 82 Pac, (Or.)
7C5; 3 WUmote's f.v. Sec. l673 ns to
effect of unexplained iiosscGslon of let
ters, ntid (( cavs cited In n. 2 'lb.:
imply an agreement
'Iho exception to tho denial of tho
trtnlon In nircst of judgment, wluili ..1
Ihe regular 01 dor of pleldlii'C ftuuni
lollow Iho motion for a new trl.il, Is
now to be considered. 1
UiiiIiie tliu trlnl a juror wna with-
coimtltutlon, "Tho Trial of all Crlmoit
excct n cases of Impeachment, shall
ho by Jury," nr (ho lirth amendment,
"No T'm uhall be held to nnswor
for n .n,,ltnl. nr otherwls.! Iiifamousl
crime uil.cja on n prcneiitmcnt or In-
dlctnient of n Grand Jury" (Indict-
nirtitu lirtlnr nlnliln liv common law'
jurCg only), or tho sixth amendment,
.. n crlmlnul protccutlons. the uc-l
cuscd bhalt enjoy tho right ot a speedy
npd public trlnl, by an Impartial "jury,
of tho State and district wherein tho
crime Ehnll hat a been committed," or
under Sec. 83 of tho Organic Act, "No
pcrFon shall bo convicted In any crim
inal case except by unanimous verdict
of tho Jury."
Tho defendants contend Hint thoy
nrc charged In the complaint with con
spiracy lu the flrst degree slnco tho
acts of vlolcnco and nssaults and bat
teries which they nro charged with
hating conspired to Instigate may In
clude felonies to Instigate which Is by
statuto. Sec. 3099 II. I.., a conspiracy
in rho first degrco punishable by Im
prisonment at hard labor not more
than ten cars or by flno not exceed
ing $1000; hence, as they claim, an
Indictment was requisite under tho
fifth nmendment requiring n trial by a
common law Jury of twelve Jurors.
Dut If an Indictment had been present
ed describing tho oftenne ns It Is de
scribed In the complaint a sentence
for conspiracy lu tho first degreo
could not have been Imposed elnco tho
essential elements of tho offense nro
not set forth with centatnty and par
ticularly, and by Sec. 3101 It. L., "Con
spiracy not appearing to bo In the first
or Becond dcgicc, is In tho third de
grco, and thall bo punished by Im
prisonment at hard labor not exceed
ing one year and by flno not exceeding
four hundred dollars'." A felony Is
ilnflnntl 111 Rc! "702 II. I- nu "An nf.
fciiso tiiat punishable with deatii or
with Imprtsbnmcrit for a longer period
than ono'jear," and "Every offensof
not a felony is a misdemeanor. lb.
The complaint does not charge a stat
utory felony punishable by imprison
ment for more than ono year unless
the authorized bentence ot one year's
Imprisonment nnd ,$J00 flno is to bo
egarded lis imprisonment for more
than ono cRr because of the statu
tory requirement. Sees. 2S87 nad 2888
It. I... as umended by Act 33 S. I.. 1905,
that In tho caso of nonpayment of fine
and costs (he coutlctcd person "shalll
ho committod to prison there to re
main nt hard labor or otherwlso In tho
discretion of the court or magistrate
until such judgment Is satisfied "
which Is followed by a provihlon tlitt
hard labor shall not be Imposol In
misdemeanors and tint after Impris
onment for one year nny porsnn con
tlcted may bo discharged by oider of
any circuit court Jutlgo by proof thnt
ho has not slnca his coin lotion Iml
any estate out of which he rhould
hnto satisned such judgment, and with
a further provlio "that such Imprison
mept. trgcther with nny other Impris
onment that may have been Imposed
by tho same sentence, shall not In
nny caso of misdemeanor extend be
yond tho term of ono year," and that
thq time of such additional Imprison'
ment shall bo deemed JLo discharge the
lino and costs at tlio rate of xi a
We are of tho opinion that the
statutoiy definition of a felony refers
colely to tho Imprisonment which may
be Impo'ed by the couit and not to
the Imprisonment resulting In cases
of nonpayment of line and costs. The
rare thcreforo did not require Indict
ment us the offense charged Is neither
a statutory nor n common law felony,
nor Is It an Infamous offenso either lu
Its nature or Ity reason of the kind of
punishment- which may bo Imposed.
In Cnllan v. Wilson, 127 U. 8. CIO, a
conspiracy to boycott wnB held to ho a
serious misdemeanor requiring a'tilal
by jury in tlio flrst Instance and not
on appeal only. In that case there
wis no statute authorizing the waiver
of n Jury. Unlike the case at bar, tho
defendant demanded and was refused
a. Jury trial, In tho flrst instance.
Whether nt the trial of such a mis
demeanor a juror call under the third
article or sixth amendment be with
drawn hy consent ot tho accused, is a
question which wus fully considered
In (he leading case of Commonwealth
t. Dalloy, 12 Cush, 80, In which it was
neid mat, a waiver or jury to mat ox
tent was not in conflict with constitu
tional provisions, Chief Justice Shaw
snjlng: "Tho precise quostlon pro-
Tiitea to ui in ipis cano is, tvnciner
i imty on trlnl finrwd with n nils-
'eirtntnor, when n Juror was necessir-
ly with linwn during tho t-inl. aiv1
hy tho cminrrt u'ul i "quest of cnuiiBf
-n .. i.-iti nf Hit c'imtm:!
vimIHi nnd' tlio r-cciwd H wis "--
posptl nnd consented lo, (lint the (rial
rhould pinrccd with cloven Jutors, n
judgment can be rendered on tho ver-
court nro of opinion, ttyit on the. .trial
oi a conspiracy, supposing it nu irreg
ularity to take the verdict of eleven
Jurors without, the consent of both 1
parties, yet nu it illd, not affect tho
Itirtoillnttm, if ttirt Ai-iucf thn nvnnn.'
tlon was 0110 that thd accused might
to eiith l-rr-ss nrlty, he Is now pro
glutei) tun t !tlmj It .ml tho u.oiu
(hit the to .l'o 111 ,ft ft til. ' (p. S4 ),
Inllipinp on t I'tali. 170 U.S. 313 tho
dtiiinJaiil wh 1 'had boon Indicted for
giun.l I ivicnj ...id convicted by ti Jury
t twcl.c persons while Utah was n
trlnl upon tho ground anions oIIiimb
that tho Jury was comporcd qf only.
cSh' Juiors, whereas tho law" nt tho
time of tho comnilstlon of tho allegod
oRcuso icqulred a Jury of twelvo por-
sons. 1110 supreme couri, ip. aij,
assuming "Hint the provisions of tho
Constitution relating to tilnls for.
crimes and to criminal prosecutions
npply to tlio Territories - hold (p. 333),
Tho law In forco, when this crime
was committed, did not permit any
tribunal to deprive htm ot his liberty,
except one constituted of a court and
n Jury of twelvo persona," nnd "In re
spect of such crimes, tho Constitu
tion ot tho United States gave, the ac
cused, at tho time of thn commission
ot his offense; the right to bo tried
by a' Jury ot twelve poisons, and made
It Impossible to deprive htm ot his lib
erty except by tho unanimous verdict
of such a Jury."
In Schick v. U, B.,"l95 U. S. 65tho
defendant was charged by information
with hating purchased and received
for sale ccitain olemargarlno which
had not been stamped according to
law, waited Jury and agreed to submit
tho .Issue to tho court, pleading not
guilty. Tho, defendant claimed that
the Oltmargartno Act was not consti
tutional. Tho court found him guilty
and sentenced him to a flno ot $60 and
costs, sa)lng, "When then) is no con?
stltutlonal or statutory mandate and
no public policy- prohibiting, an ac
cused may wnlvo any prltllego which
he Is given the right to enjoy. Author,
itlcs In tho state courts nro In har
mony with this thought," and this, al
though Mr. Justice Harlln in his dis
senting opinion insisted that tho re
quirement that all crimes shall bo
tried by Jury fm nit lies an Inflexible
rule that may bo tgnoicd In cases of
felony and disregarded nltogslher in
ri trial fur a misdemeanor even though
tho defendant content!; to be tried by
the court without a Jary.
Tho dcclrlou lu Commonwealth v,
Dallcy, 12 Cusl'u 0, was followed In
several we.l considered cabes. State
v. Sackott, 39 Minn, C9; Stato v.
Wells, CO Kan. 79.'; IStnto v. Kaufman,
61 la. 678. Our statute, Sec. 2820 It.
I.., provides that "Tho defendant In
any c'.lmlnal cruse lees than felony may
with consent of tlio Vourt waive tho
right to a jury trial " and Ihat upon
Btich waiter the cafco "mny be tried by
the court without a Jury.'' If the en-
tire Jury may bo waived In tho trlnUio tho -Territorial Supreme Court by n
of a misdemeanor It would seem to fol-
low thnt tho defendants could wnlvo
tho legal number of Jurors by consent
of tho court nnd that' In such caso tho
rnmnlnlne lnrora nml not Dm fom t
nn.il.1 ,nnllnn ..-1,1, (, trlnl On, -n.
could contlnuo with tho trial and ron-
uer n verdict. f s any ither round nbout way lo get Arm hero, haI been misinterpreted;
Tho cli cult court had Jurisdiction tho case before the Supreme Court f J Whnt lie hncl ruonnt to.say was tMu:
of this offense. Tho defendants, ai- tho United States remains to bo scei.j ".So many tourists book by dlfforenl
though entitled to a trial by the full Certainly tho precedents do not Indl- stonmers'toruako sure of their get
legal number of Jurors', wcro Inirllodly 'cate " the dcfondantB have an ea ting away from Honolulu when they
authorized bv statute to consent to tnsk ,,efore ,nem t0 sc-1 a revlew of, wnllt toVthat falling to give liropor no
?i?a ?Ji,if,?,.i nf . I,!, nni LZ ,ll decision jiut rendered. , ticoxto tho shipping Arms of their do-
the withdrawal o a juror and wore, ft thcj. had aa,ed rro, ,hp ver-lroo go byn different steamer, other
not thereby doprlvcd of their right tllct 0f the Jury by a w rlt of error thcli" than the one booked by, the shipping
thus voluntarily waived, of trial by a riKi,t to go to the Supremo Couit'of agents are1 left with a number Mif
common law Jury. As to the publicity tho United States from-tho decision names of pooplo on their books wlW
of trial and right of the public to nave
Btich cases tried by Jury before trlb-
unnls established bv law. there Is no
by the course
tte uunK inni me
law laid down In Commonwealth v.
Dalley, supra, applies In this case and
that tho defendants have licn d'tp-'v-
ej of no constUutlonal rlshts. It fnh
lows that thoy rlso he nit b"nn.
deprived of treaty rlghta ot of, the
right to equal protectldh of tho law
under tho fourteenth amendment.
luci-imuiM utvuiuu. -
S. H. Dallou (Klnn.ey. Ballon, Prosser
Aiiuurson. i-ornn nuuiews unu
R. W Rnllnn. rioniillna Attnrnnv
B. W. Sutton. Denutles
Oenernl, with him on tlio brief) for
the Territory. ' '
J, Llghtfoot for defendants.
(Continued from Pae-e 1
criminating evidence obtained by force j
nnd wuiiout process or law is never
theless' ndmlaslblo. .
It lu 111 an hnlri tlml thn unilvni- lv
statutpry authority of the full num -
uer oi jurors ana consenting io inoi
withdrawal or one Juror, ns was tho
case In Iho trial before no Holt,. Is
i , . . .... V. n .,
The decision which In published In
full In today's n u 1 1 o 1 1 rt cloaca In
thn following langunge:,
"It follows that thejr afco havo not
been deprived of treaty rlRlits or of
tho right ot equal protection of tho
liw nnilnr thn fnnrtnnntti nmnnilitinnt.
l,rr"" "r."". ,,,..'
whb In Hid
was In Hid hands of tlio Arm of Kin-
v. if nu t'rossfr nnd Anderson.'1 "wb whui ihhu iinviiuuiou win
Mr Kinney being tho senloi counsel ' community will gnln by lotting for
... '., . -..,.,.( in,, in tl0 ciicuit Court olgn ships Into tho local traffic. Thoy
and Dallou presenting It before tho will nil up their btnteiooms with
htiiimuii Com t. lam In Audi ovs audi, ,.,-..,. nBSPllcPr8 nmi iot Honn-
i;. w. Hiittnn being with him on tlio
brief. J. I.lghtfoot reprefented tho.
JnjiaiiOBQ In both courts,
Select Showing of
' Infants' and Children's-
LINGERIE HATS PIQUE COATS
, 1028 Nunanu St.
Large,-j uicy, firiD'adddicious. The
choicest, queen olives; picked .right,
packed right, and taste right. Not
coarseor fibrous like l?ulk olives.
ASKrYOUR GROCER .FOR T&EM .
A. thn rlpfpnilAntii rlorlea In anneal
.uill ot oxceptions rather than by u
I writ of error. It Beems clear that they
"a'o precluded from appealing from tho
0Tcrrltor'al Supremo Court to the Su-
i.l"eme vuuri ui ui uimuu bibh-b,
"' PU"H "US IIUl'll COpfC!!.!! JT IIU-
.... , ,,, ..,,., ,WiinlhB, ,-
just rendered, wuuui ue clear, anu m -
' . . J"ft as easy to have conio up
io the Tcrrltoilal Court on a writ of
....... i i.. .k., .... ......
-., , ,, n,-i,, .,, .11,1 ,.t
0 B'n jB niysto:y.
jj CtH'T TBAYEL -
" BV BRITISH IINE
(ConMnncd from to" 1)
Wlthoii'. .,1 jucccss. 1 was very
mulish no' to have takon my bag-f
(ljaKe on bouu lll0 jinltal and rofu3:
e(1 t0 bjBfl ,Itml tll0 yosgoi, : havo
j),ooked ,, thice other Hiicb of steam-
. 7 .. . .. ...
:ers. lu answer in mv auesiiuu an
Ho whethor I should be nble' to get
nway from here .toon, these agents
llaye told mo that thoy could not,
(.guarantee me a. passage, but would
do all thoy could ro help mo.i I have
noty booked Uy the Korea. . r
"I dm Biirtirlsed thnt, having a re
turn ticket, I have boon'tinablo to
ay from. Honolulu by(jliq,.vpr)
r my tlc'ke't'cnllod for, 1 puv
j'ffTOsed mat ticket 01
tho 1st of
September In order .to get a good
berth and havo everything In good
nape, I am an American citizen,
M'I ""'J'u unabmnnd-why I can
not leave the Territory when I want
This caso has been cited In the
campaign to break down American
law ns an Instanco of the, hardship
worked by the 'coastwise shipping
law. The Cahadlnn-Austrnilnn line,
1'owever, Is not affected In tho
BllgUtcst by tho American law. nnd
, . ,.,,,, whlstlo fnr their nc.
'I1,u l,;,;hU"t'l'ra whlstlo for tlicir ac-
Coast Styles .
,, COASTWISE VIEVV8.
Mr. W. A. Dowcn stated this morn
ing that what ho had Bald at tho
meeting ot the Promotion Commlttoo
last Thursday. In reference to tho cm-
, CeilltllOU OI HtJIUO .0 liailll'3 lUH UIU
',. na, . ,,.i .i,in'nin,.
iiiavorno intention oi sailing, it was
thoso names that wore cancelled, and
rrot bccaiiBc there wcro not sufficient
BUSHU MARL) NOW IN PORT.
Hoi",,i v--lhni- win rrnpnti'lb'i, f-r.y
tho delay of tho Japanese fiolghter
In' "-ft'jth'rh nrrlved nt thelport
this mofnius twenty-seven duys from
auji, jnnuti. ine testei iirougni near
ly five thotisnnd tons of Japane'econl
for 'the IntenNland 8team Navlgatlff
Cnmpnnv. t.Ta vessel has been moor-
ett at the llallnav wharves peudlng
(he dischargeof the Koan Maru. an
other Japanese Bteumer with 'coal for
tho local steamship company,
Tho, fliishuMarul presented k rath
er tougli" nirpearaneofiji Bho steamed
through the clisntfcl thja-morning. Tho
vessel1 la encrusted wlth Bait" Spray
lind mot, mu'e evldonros of her on
counter with the elements which caus
ed ii delay of flvo days In her arrival
at tho port.
J ;if ,1?011EIGN P0ET8
Saturday, March 5.
SAUNA crtUZ Arrived Mar. 2; S. S.
Columblnn from Hllo Fob. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 4: S.
P'Tpiivo Miru hnee Fell. 2(1.
SAUNA CHUZ Balled Mnr. .4: S. S.
Mlssoiirloii, for Sari Frnnclsco.
YOKOHAMA Arrtyed Mar. 5: S.- 8.
Chlyo Maru hence Feb. 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 5:
Ilktne, Coionado, for Honolulu. i
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mm keel the young man who bad just
put up M0 lu advance for a .weck'ti
boarir In tho lountry.
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host. "Thet conies from liuvln' naw
thln' but pcddygrectl cows, by
ginssl" . v
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