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Honolulu STAn-nuLilETix, sattthdAy; aug. 17,4912.
SIMPLE LIFE LED BY DEMOCRACY'S
O'er hill and dale
There's no place like
Statement from Kuhio Given
Out ;onv Hawaii Urges
MAN FOR ' ASKS
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dent, and Wrs.i Marshall are an ideally tappy pair. - vTlveyhave-iio children,, are devoted to eacn other and live s
; - v.iifr Quietly as his pubiic.tife permits in. a nrodest home. , Governor- Marshall was born in Indiaha'and never lias '
Ji t jived outelde the state. of..ine'8Ute''war.ii8:rst''pbtitr'
? -:cat office. Governor Marshall's fath er was a nephew oflhe late'tthleJgStlce r MarshaH: -
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.The Question aa to ; whatrules the
traction'companfes shall mae for the
government .for trolley riders,' or what
rules publio utilities commissions shall
. make for the government cT tracticti
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Rev. FRANK L. GOIDjPEED, D.D.,
j OF OAKLAND
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Will give another of his strong addresses at
the Union Service in the 5
BIJOy i THEATRE
1 Subject is
iSK Man's Religion"
vVr-'t-'-'V-TME'CENERAL PUBLIC IS INVITED
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companies, or what rules the trolley -called a composite 'case. ; C
tider shall observe' or ignore.'or evade, ; .A man Jumped on an open trolley
or defy, is not local-at all; says'thej cfr ' tov a" '!ffts we"- occu'
, , o i ' Pled .and decide to rMe on the run-
Christian Science. Monitor editorially. vning board. --The rules of. the public
It .Is a Question common to the whole.;. utultjes commission require that the
country. There is scarcely a fmmU-y-trolley-company shall provide, a seat
nityMn the Jand U. urban or suburbaJ for; evefy Iare.. The; paisenger in
that has not had it up for idisciisslon question waives his rightto a eeat,
at one Ume. or another, that will not an(J is contGnt where he is. The con
have it up for discussion again, soon- dUctor, however, remembers . that
er or later The only way to treat ItiWtt ia , tth mmv vhioh
Or-to put 'it in another way, the only j
way it can be handled here at present'
Is by taking for a text what may be
says no person shall be-'allowed-to ride
on, the running board. He has seen,
thousands of persons riding on -the
running board, but he decide that
it is his duty not to permit this parti
cular passenger to . do so. Conse
quently he tells the passenger on the
running board that he must get m-
side the car. The passenger on ' the
running board consents to do so on
condition that the conductor shall flnd
hi a seat, as the rules of the public
.iutilitlescommission require. The con:
' ductor fiiids that there is no seat avail
able, but :t insists that the passenger
on the rurinlng.board shall get into the
. car nevertheless.
, The passenger on the running board
declares, that it is the duty of the trac
tion company to provide him with a
seat and that until it does so he will
continue to rideijn the running board.
The conductor Hsjtempted to stop the
car and put; the man on the running
board off, but he remembers that th
man has paid his fare, paid for his
seat, is entitled to the ride, ana that
the law makes it very, unpleasant for
the traction company that is not con
siderate, under such circumstances, of
ine iracnon piron, ana so u mf
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not. yield to the temDtation. But ne
calls a policeman and has the' man on j
the running board arrested on a tech- j
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mcai cnarge or a oreicn or me peace.
Wnen the case comes up in court the
man who persisted in riding on the
running board is discnarged at once
and the conductor and the company
that employs him are reprimanded, j
Now there are parts of the country!
where the man qn tne running board
would have committea a still more se-1
ricus offense rca'.nsT. commission and ;
corporation ruleg had he attempted j
to stand in the open car between the
seats. It is unnecessary to .say tbat
there are parts of the country where
it is perfectly proper for a man not
only to ride on th running board hut
to ride on the steps, to cling to the
door bar, to ride on the coupling, to
hang on the brake, to grip the roof
with hig hands and a roof-post with
his feet. There are rules against all
these, but that does not matter. What
seems to be lacking s an understand
ng. The average man does not care
much whether he is clinging to a strap
or clinging to another, and an inner,
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he does want is that so long as ne is j
content and comparatively happy he
shall be let alone. J
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LNXATIVE BROMO-QUININE, re.
moves the cause. Used the world ovd
to cure a cold in one day. E. W.
GROVS' signature on each box. Madi
aRlS UEDICINS CO, Sa jt Loui W. .S
passenger on the running ooara. ndi;H k & bjU tQ reinstate
Delegate Kuhio is making his plans
for getting delegates to the Territor
ial convention Instructed for his re
nominating, according to a state
ment given out on Hawaii as coming
from the prince here. The siatement
" "I feel ft not improper - that I
Should by this means make a per
sonal appeal to you for your support
of my candidacy for the Republican
-nomination for delegate to Con
gress, and to ask that 7011 assist fn
every proper way in the selection of
delegates to the comin? Republican
Territorial convention. This, method
of doing so is made necessary partly
by my inability to see you personally,
and partly by the fact that the two
leading newspapers of Honolulu, be
Inf opposed to my nomination, will in
all probability oppose me daily, and
probably say some things which are
liable to misconstruction.
.."A-certairf element of the Repub
lican' party, . assuming unto them
selves, the right to represent all of
the business interests of the Terri
tory v of 'Hawaii, has, because of my
answer to a letter written me, pass
ed' but .the word fhat the business
'interest "of the , Territory of Hawaii.
tnat me nusiness interests as a
whole'-, are- opposed to be, and that
f mnst not be ndmlnat6d. Through-
4 out the entire discussion by these
' business men" has apyeared,' by
innuendo and insinuation, the veiled
threat that unless the Republican
party shall yield, and place in nom
ination ttie . man they want, they
I will withhold ' all contributions frpm
the. Republican committees in the
coming. 'campaign.1 They predict free
iy-that-no one who, is pot endorsed
by -them ' can get elected, because
he' cannot, get the funds -to arry ori
the . campaign. ' In- short, the inti
ir.atltfhr " by these so-called "busi
ness men" is that the electorate of 4
ph Iawajian r Islands can be handled
! only by the use .of money. '
"whUe-it -is true that I am o.v
posed td the methoxls. employed to
prevent people wlio are not busi
ness men" from - securing a portion
iof 'the public land5 under the home
steads 'acts; and will continue wit I
air the powers "1 have- to oppose . , the
methods,' yet lt: fs not true, -in the
broad "sense x0f the -term, that I' am
opposed to th bftsinesa - interestsf of
the Territory. t believe they should
be given proper etfhsideration and re
presentation, :x1 'db not. believe, , how
ever that - their Interests are para:
mount. The great majority of -the
electorate bf the 'islands are not bus
iness meji. Their' wants and wishe3
are entitled to as much consideration
as . though 'they 'Were 'men of, great
wealth and 1 high standing' In the bus-:
iness world.. ' '-.
"That . I have 'taken the stand on
this question that I have Is -re
sponsible for th action of that 'fac
tion in Honolulu which has declared!
me no longer wbrthy to be delegate
in Congress. Apparently forgetting
ihat for a number of years I have
represented the Territory in Con
gress, and that through my effort
nearly all the wishes put forward
by the people of Hawaii have been
granted by Congress, they insist
that my refusal to wholly surrender
-to their wishesv constitutes a good
reason for my defeat.
"If yo are in sympathy with the
stand I have .taken, and believe
That I can properly represent yoiM
in Congress, will you nor endeavor
tc see that no delegate is chosen
to the Republican Territorial con
vention who Is not .pledged to sup
port me for the nomination. As a
matter of fact,; if the majority of
the Voters of, your pTecinct are In
favor of my renomination, you would
rave the right to instruct your dele
cates to vote for me, and should this
be done, no one, I take it, would dare
violate his Instructions.
Trusting that you are willing to
comply with my request, and thank
you in advance, I am,
- "Very sincerely.
. "J. K. KALANIANOALE,
1 TAC-T r-nDO MCPDH
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IN BROWNSVILLE RIOT
Executive Order Makes Former
jrj Civil SefVICe
WASHINGTON. D. C, Aug. 3. By
an executive order of Presi'dent Taft,
Mingo Sanders, who was a sergeant in
one of the colored infantry companies,
discharged without honor from the
army for participation in the Browns
ville riots, became a messenger in the
classified service today and went to
work for the interior department.
Recently Sanders . took part as a
spellbinder in' the Ohio primary fight
between President Taft and Koose
velt ' ' '
Representative Rodenberg of Illinois
said today he would introduce in the
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Sanders in the armv and permit his
retirement at once. VVhen discharged
Sanders nad 8erVed 26 years and af-
ter another year's service would have
been eititled to retirement at
thirds pay and allowance.
Rodenberg says he will later intro
duce a bill for the reinstatement of
all the innocent soldiers discharged j
for participation in the Brownsville
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business
Juft adjacent to the city, within the finest residence
district and with all of the advantages of the country;
its bure air and pleasant "surroundings. rAn acre , lot in
Woodlawn will make an: ideal home ;md will bring
returns, - -
An Acre for $750, payable: One-third cash, a third in
twelve months, an d balance iri two years. I :
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SPECIAL MAIL SERVICE
and Foreign Dispatches
NEWS OF AUGUST 8TH AND 9TH.
Mary Leigh, the English suffragette,
who threw a hatchet at Premier. As
quith was sentenced to five years Im
. Mrs.' Annie Decker, of Craig, Colora
do, who captured single-handed a not
e desperado and fugitive is being
urged to run for the office of sheriff.
...A commission Is to be organized to
reform . the Lacrosse regulations in
Canada, and place the game on a more
-permanent basis. '
, It is dotbtful If America wljl send a
team abroad to compete in the lawn
tennis matches fo the Davis interna
tional challenge cup.
Fifty Christians-were killed and 200
wounded by Turks in the market
place at Kotschana. The massage
lasted teven hours.
Henry Huntington- of Pasadena is
acquired "57 varieties' of . Japar a e
idols.' Starvation forced tne Japanese
;c dispose of them, although the fell
ins, of idols is prohibited by the Bad-
The judge of a court at Petch, Vur
key, was assassinated. Simultaneous
ly the prisoners in the town jail at
tempted to escape.
The second typhoid epidemic rjthln
the year has attacked Ottawa, Ontario.
More than 1000 cases were reported
within a few days.
The wedding of "Count" John Dras
kovitch Orloff and Miss Mary H. Sps-
row a Chicaern hpirpss was noatnnn.t
when the bride-to-be discovered that
the "Count" had put off paying . bir
! landlady until "after the marriage
An autoist of Ontario, Canada, WT10
killed a cow was held up by the farm
Now is the
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L. B. KERR & COMPANY,
The soil is f rich in -matter that makes k
things grow. 5 It jvill produce all of
the vegetables a family may require,
and the yard boy will care for the
garden. . r-r.' " -J- ; . ;
Fort neanMercliant Street
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Giving World's ;NeWs$
er for $75. .' He paid the money then
hauled the cow , to town and sold It
to a butcher for $85.-. :. - v'.'w-- - .'
The Turkish minister at Cettine.
Montenegra, threatened, to leave, the
city because the Montenegrin govern
ment refused to accept the blame for
the recent frontier disturbances.-
In the worst disaster in ' Haytfs
history. President Clncinnatus Le
Conte was slain and 400 killed; and
injured by an explosion "which blew
up the pa!ace. A revolution is on.
Martial law has been , proclaimed in
Port au Prince.
The trainj-oli' which Rooseve!t was
travelling was detained eleven min
utes waiting for Mrs. TafL
Mabel Hite, the actress, wife -of
Mike Donlin. the famous ball player,
is near death from a serious Illness
in New York.
Some inquiry has been launched In
supervisoral circles over the erection
cf a fence along Queen street near
its intersection with Alakea. ' The
fence is placed there, so it Is claimed,
to protect the public from contact
with building material. The barrier, i
however, extends Into the middle of j
ire street, and to place it there, holes;
i ave Deen
dug into a new asphalt
Hoffschlaeger & Co. have been in
vited by the Board of Supervisors to
quote prices on certain lines of com
modities, following .the receipt of a
letter of remonstrance in which com- j
niaint was made that, discrimination
iaa peen exercised ny tne Duiiamg
and plurahing inspector.
Opening of the
Time Buy at
Block, 84 Hotel St.
QUEEfJBAnS LOTIIAHIOS :
. FRoridoum fu;;ctio::s
Equal Standards - of Morality
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LONDON. APS- 3. Steailly tho In- .
fluence o'f the Queen 13 extending int:j
every Item of couft do!ns3. The lat
est': manifestation of, her activity is'.
not at alL palatable to many a gay .
west ender, r ; - '
; Early in the new . reslne at T::rk- ,
ingham .palace It was seen that ther
waa no room 'for merry Widgws'and
too. giddy: society butterflies. In a few,
cases wheYe the woman with a hectic
record v of accompllghments on the.
pages of romantic adventure has h I
marriageable daughters with; youCi;
and sweetness on their side the queen
bs relented so far as to allow. 'the
mother to chaperone them at one or
two functions. But directly the girls"
inarry the mother ii barred. ;.
Now the men are being submittM
to the same rigorous tests. The BucV;
Itgham palace Invitation list Is teirnr
pruned perpetually. .When ascandaK ,
out story about some gay Lothario of
society reacnes tne ar or Queen ,Mwr
the makes inquiries and. if the rumors .
are well founded, she blue pencils tre
name In the Invitation list and th e
erring Votary-of.; Cunid Is known no
more in the court set .
Her majesty ?tronely dissents fnti. "
the view that has hitherto condemned
- vec men for lapses
similar masculine errors. Both must
pay the penalty of disfavor for strav-
ing from the narow -path from now
on. . King George,-; like a model hif
bnpd. entirely, agrees with his wlfo on
this rendering of the equality of the
sezes. . - -
The British Government has ron-
tracted with the Macon I company fo
the establishing of six great wirek-
rtatlon , tn vform a Wireless
of the world.
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