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TOLEDO, (O.), March 8. After u j Recall of Decisions Scored,
duy spent for tho most part on tho ! "Lot ub oxnnilno the other motliod
rear platform of his private car, Prosl- proposed for the reform of tho Judl-
tilent Tuft concluded his brief "camp, clary. That is a recall or decision. l)y
ulgn" through Eastern and Northorn this method, whon a Supremo Court
! Ohio here tonight with a speech in the has found a law Intended to secure a
Coliseum. On tho way north from public benollt to be Invalid because It
Pittsburg to Toledo, the President Infringes some constitutional llinlta-
mado in oic than a iloxon speeches , tlon, the decision is to be submitted
from his prlvnto car. to a voto of tho quitllllcd electors, and
Although most of the day rain or if a majority of thorn differ from tho
snow was falling, the Ohloaim turned Court and reverse tho decision, tho
out In good numbers to hear the PresI- law Is to bo regarded and enforced as
dent, and his frlonds aboard tho train valid and constitutional.
professed to be more than satisfied "This is a remarkable suggestion,
with tho greetings that began at AW- and one that is so contrary to nny-
ancc early in tho day and continued thing in government heretofore pro-
Into this city. posed that It is hard to give it tho
President Taft spoke on nil sorts serious consideration that It deserves
or subjects prosperity and peace, tho because of its advocates and of tho
tariff and business, farming and con- conditions under which it is advanc-
sorvatlon. None of his talks was long. ed.
Twice he referred to tho refusal of "What tho Court decides is that the
the Senate yesterday to ratify as they enacted law, violates the fundamental
were framed the arbitration treaties law and is beyond the power of the
with Great Britain and Franco, mak- Legislature to enact Hut when this
Ing It plain that while ho had been Issue Is presented to the electorate,
disappointed at the Senate's action what will bo the question uppermost
he had not given up tho light for tho in the minds of most of them and
reatlos. t forced upon them by the advocates "f
"The cause is a Just one and we aro tho law? Will It not necessarily be
bound to win," said the President f t whether tho law Is on its merits a
Mansfield and later at Tiffin ho ampll- good law rather than whether it con
fied this statement by saying: .illcts with theConstitutIon? Tho in-
T have not given up, but I am go- tcrpretatlon of the Constitution and
Ing to rely on the people to help mo." the operation of a law to violate some
The President did not indicate how limitation of that instrument are
ho Intends to ask tho people to help often, nice questions to be settled by
in the fight. judicial reasoning and far-Blghted ex-
Warmly Welcomed In Toledo. pcrlencc, which are not to be expect
Tho President reached Toledo late cd of the electorate. If tho Issue Is
this afternoon, driving from tho sta- transferred to them tn0 simple ques
tion to tho Commerce Club over mud- tlon will be of the approval or dlsan-
dy streets between sidewalks filled proval of the law. What this recall
with people. Leaving Toledo late to- of decisions will then amount to, U
night, tho President is duo in Chicago applied to constitutional questions, is
early tomorrow for a two day's stay, that there will ue a suspension ol uie
President Taft said in part in his Constitution to enable a temporary
speech here tonight: majority or tne electorate 10 cmoixu
"In the last year or two wo have , a l'0"ular uut lnvalld act-
Destroys all uonsisiency.
"A most serious objection to tho re-
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ACETYLENE LIGHT & AGENCY
Hustaco avenue, off South St.
heard much of radical methods Of
changing the judiciary system. If wo
would properly consider tiieso pro
call of decisions is that It destroys all
posals and stand on solid and safe 'probability of consistency in const!
ground, wo must re-examine tho na interpretation The ma or ity
...1 t ui IW1UCU SUSiaUlS UI1U Hiw is uul mw
IIUUIJIL'IIUU III lllUMUCH Ul HUIU1U IIUJJU- . ,
lar government. The history of the 5U",t! 'J"" -
world seems to show that our fol,n another, and the ol'lIga ion of Con
or government is more enduring and Blstoncy of popular decision is one
(ifn j, n m. . mat would sii mosi nguuy u u.iuu
.f ,... , ,i,,i fw'curring electorate and the operation
m,o Hn r fm,,nrnrv mn.'.of. this system would result In tho ens-
i?,rt .i pension or application of constitution
be limited by fundamental law; that grantees according to popular
is, by a constitution Intended to pro-, whim.' We would thenhavc , a system
. ii- in.m.i,ii o,i ti, irif.v of -suspending the Constitution ,o
of tho elecorato and tho non-voting meet special cases. The greatest of
,,, p ,u i ,mlnc( n, ,,. all despotism IS a goveuiiuuui. ui
ti ..l,lt,.nrv Hnn nf tlln vnn Inri. . Special instances,
ty of the electorate. 1 ask what "lc ""J
ti, mn. for such a crude, revolutionary, fitful
mentary impulse of a temporary ma- unstable way of reversing judi
jority of the electorate to change tho construction of the Constitution?
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fundamental law and deprive tho In-
Why, if the construction is wrong, can
nmnn.lmnli, in Hi t Pflll H 1 11 1 1 flTl TITHSt.
nillCIIUillVlll VW I 1 V. WUUMl.HV... . . . . . I ... .11.
ho minntPfi assumes uisnonesiy aim u wum-
Tho formidable attack upon our." 01 l"B,r uulUD ,ul
, is that the Judges doit tlle JMls' a
Peace Cause Not Defeated.
Touching outside his prepared
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 616,
B. P. O. ELKS.
Meets in their hall on King street
near Fort, every Friday evening. Vis
Iting Brothers aro cordially Invited to
PAUL R. ISENBERG, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec'y.
Nrf. 4, cbf. ot Smith and Hotel St
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not respond sufficiently to popular
opinion. It is said that courts are in-
leipua.HK ii. UUDt...v.... , n-of, f 1,1 ,1k.
tho enforcement ot legislation looking speeuu, i-.UH.uu. ..... .... .
... ..r f ,-o,T i.v iio. appointmeiu over uie ouuuws
daring laws unconstitutional and by "icnt of the proposed arbltratto.
so-culled Judicial legislation in inter-' weauoB wiui ua-
preting into statutes words not in- Franc
tended by the legislators. . "r""" , ,7 . "
Proposed Remedies Examined. lui wnemer u.e u ... -
How is it prcrosed to remedy cepted by the countries with which
1 ' In .ll.,n,l in ,ln!ll mill IIMO
I nllo nf tvvr. WilVH.lUluy ilio uco.f,'"-" "'
iuuhu .u..f,o. ... - ,i,,i, ty,n nhlof
either by the Judicial recall or by the maices "
recall of judicial decisions. Let us,
HONOLULU LODGE, NO. 800,
L. O. O. M.
Will meet In Odd Fellows' Building,
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AMBROSE J. WIRTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOBSON, Secretary.
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dividual or the voting minority or the," not be righted by a cons Itutlonal
non-voting majority of Inalienable amendment? An answer made to this
richts. tho Constitution provides s " me same ,n uS - , .
I tiw. nmntwiniKiit nml defeat tho ltonu
lar will as in the ilrst Instance This
IiIIhk. II mictits, with thalr h&My
their niiUimntlc hooks nnd pullers,
putliHru, tlwrrlfhsm, mid trtpiMrs, re
met with hi every turn of life's road.
Slock gnmnlliiK can be engNKed in by
any one without fer of I cm of Inml
noes stHiulliiK, snclHl H)mI(Ioii, or
Fifth. To stock KHinblliiK ordinary
buslifpHe rules do not apply; and tho
blind, and dumb, tho Idiot stand a bet
ter chance of winning than tho intelli
gent, the able, and the oxporlonced.
Tho reason lor this Is simple.
Stocks must go up or down; do go up
and go down! and artor going down,
go up, and after going up ko down.
Hence, the chance of guessing which
way they will go, up or down, Is an
oven one at least to Btock gamblers
and to-be Btock gamblers this is the
way It looks and the way It would ba
but for tho fact that stocks do not 50
up and go down, but are put up and
put down. Therefore chance is elimi
nated except In exceptional caso3.
Ergo: the possibility ot guessing
which way they will go is nil.
Stocks go as they aro put, and they
aro put the opposite way from the
way they aro guessed to bo. And here
we have stock gambling in a nutshell.
The science of stock gambling is thn
science of putting tho enrt before the
horso and keeping it there. A Is the
public, H is tho "house" Insiders,
sure tmng gammers, multimillion
aires magnates. A makes markets;
U makes prices. A buys stocks, and
because A buys, stocks "go" down. A
sells stocks, and because A sells,
stocks 'go" up. Whichever way A
says prices will go, H says they will
not go, and H's sayso goes. A always
loses, B always wins.
A gang of tricksters own a crystal
pool. They anchor, spike, double-cnu
rivet and cement into its center a mil
lion, a hundred million, a billion dol
lar hunk of shining gold, with a dead
sure, automatic bait clipping attach
ment. They surround tho pool with
tho most comfortable and beautiful of
benches, with tho most luxurious
seats and cushions. They adjust tho
boat and the cold to the customers'
liking, the music plays throughout the
twenty-four hours, and "boiled lobs,
hot birds, and cold fizzes, and fra
grant perfectos are always on tap.
Is in not Inevitable that this gang
will spare no effort to acquaint the
nubile with tho existence of their bll
lion-dollar hunk-of-gold pool, anu
snare no effort to entice the public
to a visit, and that thoso wbo uo
visit will stay while ever they see the
How foolish the question; why do j
they come, why do they stay; what
dofts it matter how many baits have
been clipped There is the pool, there
tho pool's lines and hooks, and always
free, aiid there, always there, the
great shining hunk of gold for any
and all who can hook It, and to hook
It one must have his bait.
The day may come when the law will
raid the joint and confiscate the big
shining hank, or the day may como
when tho hordes qf frenzied lost-bait
Fools may drain tho pool and seize
the Bhining hunk, but until one or tho
other of these eventuates the seeking-
to-bo-parted-from-hls-nioney Fool will
bo found, feverishly, frenzledly an
gling for that biggest of all hunks of
The law alone can tell when that
lay will come, but that it is on the
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examine theso remedies separately.
"In tho romedy by judicial recall it
ceed with them.
"Tho whole subject probably will
. ... -...... nnrnti T nm tint
, A in ..,.I,! l.v lnw that naVO lO DO gono uvui aB""- i
Whenever a Judge has so discharged .discouraged; I am merely disappoint
his duties as to Induce a certain per-'ed. I believe tho people were In favoi
18 . . ,i'nt miifvinp thoso treat es as they
nnntnirn nf tllO l PC flVftln lO UCeill 11,"
wise to remove him, and that percent
age sign a petition asking his recall,
nn oiootinn shall take place In which
tho incumbent shall stand against , l-
other candidates; and if ho does not;
secure a plurality of votes he is ipso
facto removed. Could a system bo do
vised better adapted to deprive tho Ju
diciary of that Independence without
which the liberty and other rights of
the Individual can. not ho maintained
against tho Government and tho ma
jority? "But It Is said wo may have-corrupt
Judges. How are wo going to get rid
of thorn? They can bo Impeached un-
theso treaties as they
. . . ii. i
were. War is sucu a uorrimu muwuu
of settling controversies that the peo
ple want none of it if they can help
(Continued from Pago Nino.
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Undertaker and Embalmer, also Business Manager.
doings of the gamesters and fasclnat-
j ing pictures of tho success of tho vie-
Men of the. Fleet and Tourists.
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Jade and Chinese Jewelry ot all kinds.
58 HOTEL AND 8MITH 8TREET8.
Fino Job Printing a tho Star olficey
der the present system. Hut that Is tlms.
said to bo too cumbersome Well, Another and not less important cog
amend tho procedure of Impeachment. J )S the easo with which the gamokcep
Create n tribunal for removal ot ers compel their bidding from law
Judges for cause. Glvo tiiera an op-! makers, law-administrators and court
portunlty to bo heard nnd by an im- by paying thorn off with bribes In tho
partial tribunal, but do not create a j safe form of allowing thorn to bet on
systom by which, In tho heat of dlsap- j tipped-off marked cards,
pointment over a lost causo, tho ds- Fourth, Stock gambling wearing in
feated litigants are to decldo aro to ' society tho mask and cloak ot usage,
decide without further hearing or Is respectable No other form of sat
knowledgo whether the Judgo who de-1 Isfylng tabooed passion is respectable,
cldes against them Is to continue In and therefore as easy to get into, and
office. once into to keep In as stock gam-
nay win cunic, ui
way is clear to all students ot tho
finance game. A few years ago tne ,
.. . it. i.i. r.l.l,.l.,rr tuinlf rtnnl wnft
roau lO UIU ub Dii"to - i-
through all manner of Take stock
gambling lines. Bucket shops, quick
rich advertisers surrounded the big
hunk pool; but now, largely owing to
the efforts of the big hunk pool own
ers, wbo resented the losing to fakirs
of any of the loot which should bo
theirs, they have one by one been
brought under the ban of justice, un
til now the big hunk pool has an un
disputed right to all tne winnings,
and the game Is now at Us -most per
fected state, which means that tho
issue is now a crystalizcd one; tho
stock gambler, the public the out
aider on tho ono side, tho "house,"
tho Insider, on tho other.
In tho meantime-let no sane citizen
sit up o' nights ashing tho fool ques
tion: Why do Fools seek to bo part
ed from their money? Rather lot him
put In his spare time mulling on:
"Where in the future will the Fool
get money to bo parted from?"
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