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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; SATURDAY, 1 NOW 2, ,1912
I : I G(SV. MARSHALL'S VISIT TO
$3.50 a pair
One Strap jPomp
$3.50 and $4.QO
CALIFORNIA STARTS LAUGHTER
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Lorrin K. Smith
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' - Nuuanu and Queen Streets
Democrats Candidate for Vice!
President Js Little but
By ERNESTN. SMITH
lSiecIaI Staf-Bulletin CrrrsponJuc-
Hallelujah, thine the glory
Hallelujah, thine the glory
Hellelujah, dissolve us again.
So sings the trust quartette, which
figuratively speaking, was sent over to
serenade the Supreme Court when it
thought it was putting the Standard
Oil and like ilk out of business by a
recent dissolution decision.
' The song Is Governor Marshall's o
Irdiana, Governor -Wilson's running
mate. He is unknown In the West
save in the light of reflected glory, but
he 1 in California now, and as be
seems to be a mighty likely office hold
or next year he ought to.be an object
of more than passing interest
To those members of the Church
whose eyebrows slated upward at ttie
above quoted sacriligeotis refrain 1 11
stite here in justice to the gorernor
that he's a staunch churchman, that
bo knows his bible well and is quick
to draw upon It for allusions.' He's
probably one of the very few or us who
didn't have to pore over the bible to
find out who or. what or where is or
Marshal of Indiana. -
Marshall is a mere wisp of a man.
Insignificant one might say, but with
a delicious dry humor which is one
of the characteristics of: the middi'
west that make it quite worth while
living there-for a while. He'a "honey"
that's what he Is, sort of make you
want to sit down and talk about Aunt
Lizzie or Uncle Ned, or all the old
folks back home. He loves a good
story, a good cigar and a good woman,
he's never left his wife one night in
the seventeen years he's been married.
She's gone with him through the cam
paigns wherever fortune carried him.
He has no father, mother, sisters,
brothers, or children -he the last, ot
his tribe. He pays his own expense
and pays as he goes. He makes you
think of James Whitcomb Riley and
George Ade. He would be equally at
home in the Bohemian Club and '. f a
deacons meeting, and be a cf3dit to
both. . r
He pokes fun at himself and other
politicians, but he teems to be sincere
in his beliefs. He's a novelty but this
vay, where we expect a few warwhoops
a. few hard words and think the des
sert is left out if we don't get thm., .
Once on the platform he challenges
your intelligence not your eyes. "I'll
never win the women's votes" he says
whimtically "but I venture the women
Bho get so much in a glance, wh u
much is needed will feel like voCug
foj him because he's one of the fanii'y
He poked fun at our portly rancor
ous militant Governor Johnson in a de
lightful way. ' He tame to Indiana
and tried to tell us how to run our
state" said Marshall referring to John
son. "He asked us if we had the re
call when he was advocating the re
election of Beveridge to the Senate.
I told him we didn't need the recall
that we'd already recalled Beveridge
and most of the other men he was tup
portlng for oiflce in our state."
"Then I went to my bi Ie and look
ed up Johnson's first name. 'Hiram-
Hiram' yes, I found it Hiram means
a 'cunning worker in brass.'
"'Put down the trusts' is the cry.
Well, they prospered mightily for eight
years under Roosevelt and ttill pros
pered under Taft.
"Until you take money out o. po
litics you can't get the boss out"
"Keep the corporations separate
within each state and you- have the
solution. Then make the corporations
lawyer an accessory before the fact
When the principal goes it. the peni
tentiary let the lawye- go along wit
him. It won't hurt him. -Not
a Speaker, limited.
Marshall will not maKe rear plat
form speeches, "it takes me a long
time to tell the little I know ,and 1
can't make it at a railroad stop."
There's another reason too. Mar
shall is no flatterer. He doesn't in
dulge in the greatest of Twentieth
Century products Bull.' As he, Ex
plains it "I can't step out on a pmt
form and say tnat since the daa o
my life my one absorbing ambition
my fondest dream has been to see the
templed city of Podunk."
Marshall wears a little blue button
in his coat lapel, his badge of member
ship in a Presbyterian society. ii
mother was a good Presbyterian"" he
said, "but she combined a sort oi
philosophy with hor religion. She be
lieved that hell wa for other people s
Neither Marshall nor his wife are
suffragists. They are not out ana out
against it but in Indiana they feel
that other problems are more pressing.
Maybe though Marshall believes his
size is against him in any race where
women are among the judges. "I'm
atrald If they see me they won't vote
"Anyway you're better looking than
Woodrow Wilton" said nis wife proud
That remark might not satisfy every
man out Marshall was satisfied.
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; A vaiuaoie piece oi property on me corner or Hotel ana men-
" j I rda streets, has a frontage on Richards Street of 107 feet and "V?A
j 128.2 on Hotel, containing in air about 14,000 square feet, If
v TKICE $18,000.00 fv
l Corner of Queen and Ward . Stl-eets, 15,000 .square feet ' CL5
j .U rRifE $1,200)0 ? O
v j A beautiful beach house, fully -furnished, t r : J
; 4. Business-property on Merchant Street, . " Mr
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f MAGOON BUILDING
. Phone 1697
f OM SHARP, the Sign Painter
LHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS SAY
; MRS, EDDY'S VILL IS UPHELD
Pqaches, Pears, Apricots, Plums
U1;. TlIK VKAM! THE BLSI 1 THE WORLD.
Sarlis Ruildln. Ri rrtmtia Mmt.
First Interpretation of Massa
chusetts Court decision Re
' futed by Members Here
Christian Scientists In Hawaii take
exception to the interpretation of the
Massachusetts supreme court decision
upon the two, million dollar will of the
late MrsJ Mary Uaker Eddy. The de
cision was telegraphed out and cabled
to Hawai, as declaring the big trust
void, but Christian Scientists say this
interpretation of the court's ruling is
itot at all correct .
The two interpretations are under
stood by4 the following newspaper ar
ticles, the first an Associated Press
dispatch from Boston, the second
from .the Christian Science Monitor,
which appends the decision In full.
Says the first dispatch:
BOSTON, Opt. S.-A. trust., e's'inkt
cd at $2,000,000, created by the will of
Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy founder of the
Christian Science church, for the bene
fit of the denomination, was declared
void by the Massachusetts supreme
The 'court holds, however, that a
charitable trutt has been created ahd
tfcat new trustees may be appointed
to administer it.
The trust was to have been admlnis
tered by the directors of the Mofaie'
church in Boston, but the court decid
ed that the trust provisions wereuulli
fied under the statute limiting 'the
amount of the income from bequests
10 religious organizations to 12000 an
The court dismissed the bill brought
by the contestants of tne will, whe
alleged that the teachings of Chris
tion Science were against public poi
icy. The contestants are given 30 day
14 which to bring additional evidence
to support their claims.
The court holds that the action o
the attorney general in becoming a
party to the suit gives George W
Clover, the son of Mrs. Eddy, anc"
Ebenezer J. Foster Eddy, her itepson
a standing, because it is possible tb
htlrs may take the property.
The Christian Science Monitor of
October 10 thus interprets the deci
A decision of the Massachusetts su
-preme court handed down Wednesday:
relating to the will of the Rev. Mary
Baker Eddy, Discoverer and Founds
ci Christian Science, announces that
the will nad created a valid public
trust which would be administered by
a trustee to be apointed by the court.
The decision also declares- that the
iuirs cannot inherit Mrs. Eddy's prop
erty. This decision is the result of thf
fr!endly suit by Stephen A. Chase and
otehrs as directors against AcVim H
tMckey and otkere. trustees of Mr?
Eddy's estate, and refers only to Mao
It points out that the state statutp
limiting the amount of a bequest to a J
religious body 'applies in the present
instance, but that the trust as directed
ty Mrs. Eddy will be administered.
The question of public policy has
not been decided, the court stating:
"There appears not to be enough in
the present record to furnish a basis
foj the determination of the point"
A previous decision In the New
Hampshire supreme court, in which
state the will "of Mrs. Eddy was pro
bated, fully sustained the will.
Everything In the printing line hi
Star-unileun, Alakea street branch
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OF u SERY
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How Mrs Bethdne yras Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
Sikej0Sn,. Mol ."For seven years I
lufferecl eveiChnig. I was in bed for
iour or nve days at a
time every month,
and so weak I could
hardly walk. I had
i and headache, a n d
:lwas so nervous and
weak that I dreaded
to see anyone or
have anyone move in
the room. The doc
tors gave me medi
cine to, ease me at
those times, and said that I ought to
have an operation. I would not listen to
that, arid when a friend of my husband's
told him about Lydia E. Pinkham s Veg
etable Compound and what it had done
for his wife,' I was willing to take it
Now I Iook.the4icture of health and feel
UTceit too. I can do all my own house
work,, work in the garden and entertain
company and enjoy them, and can walk
as far as any ordinary woman, any day
in the week. I wish I could talk to every
suffering woman and girl, and tell them
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has done for me." Mrs.
Dejia BETriuNE, Sikeston,. Mo.
Remember, the remedy which did this
was lI Lydia EL. Pinkham's Vegetable
It has helped thousands of women who
have been troubled with displacements,
inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irreg
ularities, periodic pains, backache, that
bearinsr down feeling, indigestion, ar.'"
nervous prostration, after all other mean
have failed. Why don't you try it?
For Decoration on the 31st at
Arts & Crafts Shop,
1120 FORT ST.
Better get them early
for tying Christmas pack
Ribbons in Red, Green,
Yellow, Red and Green,
Tinsel Cord in Silver,
Gold, Green and Gold,
Red and Gold.
Hawaiian News Co.
Young Uolel IluIldJof
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J2Q :, LOT8 40 by , 50 f ee for
aale at Kalihi, right .on Klna
8troeV near tho Katlhl bridge.
Prices range from S350 to 4500 :
, Liberal, dlscounti will bt al
lowed for cash.'
Terms are very easy.
Legitimate insurance against
loss by conflagration is finan
cial protection to owners of
property who employ practical
means to save themselves.
Water coming out of a hose
nozzle at the moment and on
the spot, is the ideal help
Honolulu business properties
should have 100 Paris Gasoline
Turbines connected with Water
Holes as due support' to trie
Fire Department and to make
reasonable Insurance rate3 possible.
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(grown In America), and l)Ierity oX fiiercise. We
supply the beef. - '
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