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THE HONOLULU DECEMBER 2. 1900-
men inn iwm
Coatiasei From Fttat Page.1
furnished, they bad a servant to ta3a
care of them- and as it all case oat 1 1
naturally pat the revenue
afs pocket be
ia the general pot. Ke did not
recall that he and Ms wife had any
difficulty about the room
Mrs. Miner had claimed that she
was detained la England because ot
treatment tor necrosis ot a Done u
a boae ot the nose by one Dr.
To this she had sworn- Dr. Mluei
aid she did not go to Dr.
after he left England.
nearly a year
Letters to the doctor from iirs.
relative to this treatment were offer
ed. There were four 01 mem.
was admitted, because she said ui
Wood had Informed her that her head
aches -were due to Jze necrosis, where
as she had sworn that she believec
they were due to the blows her has
band had inflicted on her nose. The
letters were not read ft. open court-Dr.
Wood and Necrosis.
Mr. Magoon received from Dr. Miner
a letter written to him by Dr
Wood, who was treating his wife, relative
to the treatment. There was
vigorous objection to its Introduction
and the objection was sustained. The
letter, like the others, was read by
the attorneys and the Judge, but nc
in open court.
The court then took a recess, his
honor first making the caustic re
marks anent the press already quot
ed in part.
After the noon recess Dr. Miner re
sumed the stand. He said Dr. Wood,
nf Pniriand. had treated his wue for
necrosis of the ethmoidal bone of the
nose; he said he never struck Mrs. Miner,
so that he could not have caused
that disease, as she had suggested;
ne said there had neverjbeen a scene
or fracas about Glady's school bill;
the assault in bed was totally denied;
he swore he could not recall any trou
ble about Gladys leaving toys on a
chair, but he might have reprovec
hpr. because he always taught his
child to be neat and tidy; did not re
call getting Gladys out of bed; saiu
he'had frequent trouble with his wife
over the telephone, but he could not
rponll anv snecial incident; it had
been arranged that a certain trades
man was to be called up at a certain
hour, but his wife would almost Invariably
miss it; he had often urged
her to answer the telephone; l say it
to my shame," said the doctor, "that I
have told my wife to shut up ami can
ed her "damn fool;" "i aeny inai 1
ever struck her on the head." The Cen
ter trouble then came up; they were
friends of Dr. Miner and as there was
no room at the hotel he invited them
to nis house; when he went home
he found the rooms, he said regret
fullv, dirty and untidy; he called a
servant and himself helping her, the
rooms were gotten ready.
Denies Striking His oniia.
He said he never spanked Gladys
unmercifully nor any other child;
declared he never struck his wite with
..is fist, but he might have pushed her
aside with his hand; he did not re-
y, thnt pvpii: he did try to dis
cipline his child, but never kicked her
L.i novor beat her: said he never
kicked his wite or any one elbe on ..ne
head; said he had weighed as high as
1S9. but now weighed 17o, saiu ne w
pre'ttv strong, but not an athlete; denied
kicked Gladys on ttw
that he ever
having never kick
hip or elsewhere,
ed her in his life; not on any part of
the body; then the doctor related how
Gladys, scared by a jumping jack, like
, Phii.1 inmned backward and broke 1
doll; said he did not punish her then
and never had a thought of doing so;
he said she went to bed without Kiss
ing him and he talked to her about it,
he did punish Jier ior misucu..
using a clothes, not a flesh, brusu, out
it was not cruel nor merciful; h
enmotimps snanked her; he thougnt
the bare hand would hurt more than a
Drush back; said Gladys never naa
t 1 frvrti
anv &iji. """ "-
He said' he had forinauen - o
eating unpeeled mangoes, because the
essential oil in the skin causes sores
and swellings of lips ana race, nau
...,i t,or nnd told her if she she did
he found her violating
so heHl punish;
his orders, threw e mango out u. tuC
window and punished her. tor ner u
good; he did not pumsa u u.u..,
P , ! .oinn nni never
he said, on mi. .
did so; he had no recoup""
incident; saiu h.
common thing to have alligator pears
and other fruits served that bad been
he did dress
spoiled by neglect; said
alligator pears witn ciartt. - -D-Makes
rm. nniHrnt nf the sewing the but-
. t, mat. he said he had not
struck his wife on the arm had not
struck her at all or Kicsea ner . -"
else; at times
his shoes or
he said, she grew very violent, u.u
i,h scream, cry and develop
; herself on the beds,
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chairs and even on the noor, m.m
. ut, c,o rnnld easily have bruis
spots; "if she
es and black-and-blue
had anv bruises that I inmciea, bum
tne doctor, "they resulted from
ing her down on tb edge of the bed
or chair, hut not from kicks or uiU.
then came a dissertation on dic
tion, which causes
spots; said before they were n
holding her arm would cause bouses
he denied assaulting his
on her arm;
wife about the butter dish, did not say
that he would smash- herneao, cou.u
not have done so as there was no wall
there to smash it against; did not
..,- .?,, !f nn that occasion. "I
Inever kicked Glaoys nor her mother;"-
related how they picnickeu wnen r
v.. .ior: thpv had no servant, al
ways ate most meals at Hawaiian ho
tel; he said when his wne wm im
fever she was delirious ana verj Affectionate
then; he nursed her for
two or three days, until a nurse was
procured; she urged employing Mrs
u,nrte utIu. rYou can't stand
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this: said he never melted nis wite
out-of bed: he said, "she aever cooksu
a meal of victuals in her life, nor can
Dr. 3liar said he IowhI Gladys
tAvt Hnaef dfewrten thatae
I .l --J tfcat bf.f did EOt Idct
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her. Tai trip to BarUett springs
was described, very mack
3 rs. Miser has already irfated it.
He said that that day was the happiest
taey had ever spent together on aa
acting. He denied IiT'detail all acts
" of alleged cruelty oa. that trip or ri
' e California hotel on their return;
i said his wife had a black eye, hat he
had not given it to her and that he
-was as much surprised as any one
Jwhen he saw her wearing goggles;
l -neither at the California hotel nor
! else have I ever struck my
i wife with my Sst or
i said he.
A Sensational Letter.,
At this point Mr. Magoon oSered tc
jitrodnce a i.tter written by Mrs. Miner
to Br. Soule.
Tremendous objections by Siluman.
The court, which had read the let
ttr. wanted to know the object ot its
Because it will throw light on the
subject, said Mr. Magoon. it will discredit
her statemenc and show that
she was not conducting herself as a
dutiful wife as alleged in the com
Mr. Silliman's objection was over
ruled and Mr. Magoon started to read
the letter.' He got as far as "Aug. u
1SS5," when the interested parties
srith malice prepense, agreed to "con-.
sider the letter read, whereat mere
an, jrrwit iov within the holy of holies
in the Temple of Justice, with a corresponding
low barometer among the
Uitianders who were on the qui vive
for ? good thing.
It was shown that Dr. Soule was formerly
surgeon of the Australia and
the doctor said ho found it on a stand
in his house; the letter Is an exhibit,
but beyond the reach of the commor
herd; the doctor flatly contradicted
his wife on a number of points, includ
ing the horse-holding and cape-throwing
scene and the coffe cup incident:
said he did not classify his wife with
live stock, by calling her a "jackass,
nor did he hit her; the untidy condition
of the spare bedroom annoyed
him, when Marie was there, and a
wrangle ensued; he said he did not
say he would kill her, (meaning his
wife), but told Marie, the servant, sf
she could not keep the house cleanei
he wouldn't keep her; the wife said
Marie had too much to do, and the doctor
said he thought the spare bedroom-was
hardly the place to do the
in: he said he might have pushed
his wife out of the way, but didn't
strike her; never said he'd "break every
bone in her body;" said he never
emptied a bottle or bottles of ice water
on his wife, but did throw what
was left in his glass at her; said he
couldn't restrain his anger; it was the
look of his wife rather than what she
said that angered him.
The Red and White Varieties.
"How did she look?" asked Mr. Ma
goon. "Her face was red," said the
doctor, "she stared with set eyes,
which had a wild gusten to them, a
look that made my blood creep. I nev
er saw her like that only when she
had an attjyk of jealousy."
It may be recalled that Mrs.. Miner
testified that there were two kinds of
faces in anger, the red and the white
and that the doctor was of the white
variety. The doctor said his wife was
of the red variety and to the outsider
it looks as though the two varieties
did not mix well.
He accused his wife of having been
unfair to the court when on Friday
she showed a seat at the table which
she usually occupied, when in fact
she usually sat directly opposite Dr.
..liner; the doctor denied the sofa incident;
on several occasions when
busy he had pushed her away from
his office door, using his hand, but nev
er struck her a blow with the intention
of doing her an injury; many
charges she had brought against the
doctor were categorically denied, said
he had never used foul language 10
his wife, and never kicked her; the
sugar stock incident was rehearsed
and considerably modified, with absolute
denials of harsh treatment, kicks
When the doctor came to tell how
ae felt when he learned that his child
had left him, too, and when he thought
of how she came to say good-by
him, he all unconscious of her thoughts
and intentions, then, it was a touching
and most pathetic picture he drew. It
came to him after dinner, late, Mrs
Gertz. the servant, withholding the in
formation for a season. He told of
his visit to the hoiui, his imploring
Gladys to see him, his trip to the veranda,
and that through the window
he saw Mrs. Lackland. In this connection
he contradicted his wife, who
swore the light in the room had been
extinguished as soon as she heard the
The doctor said he denied having
treated his wife with gross and extreme
cruelty; that ne had not beaten
or kicked her and never used foul and
profane language beyond what he Cad
stated. This in response to the
hill, and in reply to the fifth section
of that bill he said that he had no ac-
cusatiorf to bring against the chastity
of his wife; that he did not think she
was dutiful and that she was not affectionate.
Court adjourned until 10 o'cldck
Term of Court Extended.
The circuit judge has extended the
November term of court for a period
of twelve days from tomorrow when
the term would have come to an end.
How to Treat a ToDNescrae Corn.
To remove a troublesome corn or bunion:
First soak the corn or bunion in
water to soften it. .then pare ?t
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for five minutes at each applica
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a few days to protect it from the shoe.
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