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Strong Manhood and Assured Liberty Is
SAYS JUDGE ESTEE
Secret of Washington's and Nation'sGreatness
Judge Morris M. Esteo's speech de
livered at tho Washington's birthday
exercises In Central Union Church Is
hero given In full:
Governor, Ladles and Ocntlcmen:
Washington was born io Westmore
land count, Virginia, on tho 22d day
of February, 1732, and died on tbo
Americans created their own govern
ment, so they select their own rellg
Ion. In a word, nil men are as free to
worship God In their own nay as they
are to maintain a government of tbeir
Our Constitution prohibits nil legis
lation Rotating tho obligation of ion
th of Aucust. 1709. at Mount Vernon, tracts, which means that no lcclsla
Va. Upon his death Congress passed I tlvo body In tho United States can
n resolution In which It said, among make n cl 11 contract different In terms
other things, that "lie was first In! from that made by the contracting
war, first In peaco and first In thalpnrtlcR.
hearts of his countrymen." While aft-1 It secures to nil men the writ of
cr the lapse of over a century, this 'habeas corpus by which. If n man lie
may seem somewhat grandiloquent, I illegally Imprisoned or restrained of
but In view of nil tho circumstances his liberty, he Is secured In the right
of his life and death no language could
more, aptly exprtis tho truth.
Ho was not wily the father of his
country becauso he did more than any
other ono man to win its liberty, but
ha did more to perpetuate that liberty.
Sorao III advised friends after tho
War of tho Revolution wanted Wash
ington to declnro himself a dictator,
but he repudiated tho proposition and,
to effectually show his position in re
garcl to this matter, refused to permit
tho use of his name for a third term
as President, deeming It a dangerous
precedent to establish in this new re
public. To my mind, one of tho most re
markablo tributes paid to the memory
of Washington Is tho voluntary tolling
of tho bells by nil easels sailing up
or down tho Potomac river as they
pass Mt. Vernon. I was onco traveling
down that rher on ono of those steam
ers, and when the bell began to toll as
wo passed Mt. Vernon, n stranger, evi
dently a foreigner, asked mo why tho
bell tolled I pointed to Mt. Vernon
and said that was Washington's old
home and his present burial place. Ho
Immediately removed his hat nnd re
mnlncd uncoercd until we had pass,
cd. Such Is the influence of Washing
ton's great name. It lias been said of
him that ho was tho "greatest of good
men and tho best of great men." In
deed, his name Is today a household
word among our own people: and nn
Inspiration to lovers of liberty
throughout tho known vTorld
Nor can any true American now scp-
a(ntc the namo of Washington from
tho peoplo ho mndo free, nor from tho
land the foundation of whose great
ness he laid He was tho father of
his country nnd we aro his political
children Can wo pay a greater tribute
to his name and memoiy than to ills
cuss how wo can mako better Amerl
can MtlzcnB? For "freedom hath yet
a work for .is to do." Wo may go
back to tho days of our national birth
nnd, commencing with Washington,
to his dlschargo from such restraint,
It prohibits slat cry or Involuntary
servitude except as a punishment for
crime, and In every respect It makes
all American citizens equal before tbo
law. Neither wealth nor position en
titles nny ono American to rights or
privileges which all Americans do not
possess. There ore no class distinc
tions, no lawB discriminating nmong
Americans. Wo havo no titles of no
bility. The humblest man that lives
can aspire to tho most exalted post
tlons known to tho republic.
I It secures to all men tho rights of
life, liberty and property, and It pro
vldcs that neither can bo taken with
out due process of law. And under
tho Constitution private property can
not bo taken fur public use without
It provides that excessive, ball shall
not be required nor cruel nor unusual
punishments inflicted. It thereby pro
tects our personal rights.
It guarantees a republican form of
government to nil tho people l)y this
same Constitution tho American Gov-
ernment Is divided Into threo great
subdivisions, tho legislative, which Is
represented by tho Congress of tho
United Stntcs nnd which makes tho
lawH-, tho Executive, which Is repre
sented by tbo President nnil who en
forces tho Inws, and the Judicial,
which Is represented by the Judiciary,
which construes the laws.
Growth of Our Country.
To show tho wonderful growth of
this nation, we may but refer to tho
records of the year 1900. when wo
sent abroad $1,499,179,015 In value of
our products for snlo and wo Imparted
from other peoples $92 7 780 824 worth
of their pioduits. So the excess of
our exports over our Imports In that
single J ear was $371,3'I8,191 In our
dealings abroad wo were that much
ahead, and jet no people on the earth
11 c so well as wo do. or spend so
much money for our living Wo aro
prosperous more from what wo earn
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BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQQON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET.
2 . O- Box 886 IkEaan. 2lft
wo can reallzo how from his teachings tlian rrom wnal wo Bavo. We as a
tho peoplo of tho United States have people make more than we expend
been rchnoled In the nrlnclnlos of f rco Thero are no vast numbers of our pen
governuunt. Fiom his tlmo until now ,plo who aro non producers, llko tha
tho Ameilcan oter has been tho
Amerltau sovereign, ana each citizen
is the jiciltlcal equal of all other citi
zens. Thus ours Is n go ernment not
of classes but n go ernment of the
Purchase of Territory.
Tho American peoplo under WobIi
ington's guldanco began by learning
European peoples, where great stand
ing armies are maintained And, again,
Americans succeed better than nny
other peoplo becauso they govern
themselves. No people Is governed so
little or so well as aro the Americans;
no peoplo aro as freo as aro tho
Americans; no people have the same
facilities for education ns wo do; no
peoplo aro so hnppy In their b.omellfo
how to govern themselves. This was ,ho or nro we rlolc(I
done when they made and adopted a
written constitution. They thus cre
ated a republic and then successfully
maintained It. They gained cmplro
and then governed It well Since the
days of Washington wo havo never
acquired territory by conquest, al
though alwnys expanding Wo first
mado tho so called "Louisiana Pur
chase" for J15.000.000 Florida was
or paid such good wages as nro tho
Our Young People.
No poor boys or girls of other coun
tries lime ns pleasant prospects open
to Ui m as tho American boys and
girls Tho future Is bright to tho
jouth of our country If they nro not
plo havo learned that free schools arc
necessary for free men.
American Intelligence, American
manhood and American patriotism a
tho rocks upon which the temple of
liberty stands; nnd the education of
our joung men nnd young women Is
the glory of American Institutions nnd
tho pride of our people. Freo govern
ments, like all forms of society, are
mado by man for man. And what is
done to benefit the individual man ben
eflts the nation In tho earlier nnd
barbarous ages, man was but a child
of nature Then tho ph)slcally stron
gest ruled. Physlcnl prowess gavo
him his only right to command His
hand was raised agnlnst nil men weak
er than himself Neither knowledge
nor virtue nor any other of the nobler
attributes of manhood counted Then
the strongest were tho fittest nnd the
fittest survived becauso they wcro tho
At that time, the mind was not a
recognized element of power In man.
Then virtue was not cultivated be
causo not rewarded. Then thero wcro
no schools, no books, man followed but
ono pursuit that of getting food. Ho
wns master of no art. He built no cit
ies Ho know no trades, ho merely
gathered what tho generous earth,
when left In a state of nature, pro
duced. Tho wholo surface of tho
earth was then either n vast desert
waste or an endless witdcrnos. Tho
mountnlns were then as high as now
the sea as broad, but ot all created
things man vvnB the most helpless Ha
had only a limited means of protcc
tlon against tho beasts of tue field or
tbo birds of the air. He was a child
Now ho Is an artisan nnd mnstor.
then the earth was the boundary of
his control. Now the land and the
sen aro both under his dominion Then
lie wns n mere subject, now he Is n
ruler All tho enchantments of art
beclinn htm to lead on to greater
achievements, and to nobler pursuits,
in rererrlng to man ns he is now, can
wo not say of him- "How Inflnlto In
faculties, how noble In reason, In
form nnd movement how express nnd
admirable. In action how like an An
gel, In apprehension how like n God?
Christianity the Agent.
The modern ndvnnce In nil govern
ments Is Inrgcly due to the effects of
Clirlstlnnit upon tho human charac
tro and upon the enlightenment of tha
mnsROB of men. Tho world has learn
ed that governments nro for the peoplo
governed nnd that by enlightening tho
people tho Government is Improved
While monarchies, prevail In Kurope
they havo becomo more limited In
their power. Tho peoplo are fasti
ii'uruiiiK mm wiinu in war wiey musi
defend their country, In peaco they
should control It.
This sentiment was first vitalized In
Knglnnd when at Hiinncymendu the
Kngllsh people, ns far back as 1215.
secured tho Mngna Charta. Tho III It
Ish Pnrllament thereafter becamo tho
most potential branch of tho English
Government. It controlled tho ex
pense of thnt government nnd provid
ed for Its revenue. And so tho power
of the peoplo grow great as tho power
of the crown became less
This nation represents tho combin
ed voice of tho wholo peoplo nnd tho
government will stand so long as the
people remain virtuous and patriotic.
This republic Is a growth peculiar to
this ngc and to this people, Tho
western continent Is a now world with
n new nnd n better civilization.
It mny bo hero said our modern clv
Tho advantages of electrical transmission of power are numer
ous, but tho ruoro Important may bo treated under tho following
2. Convenience and Flexibility,
3. Saving of Power,
4. Sanitary Improvement,
5. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
A full explanation of tho abovo points will bo cheerfully given at
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That's tho kind of work I do
When you ubo my annunciators, bells
and other houso goods over) ono con
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Tho prices aro right.
EMIL T. DREIER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
engineer. Olllce, Room 8, Mngoon UIU
THLIiPIIONIl, HLUI2 SHI.
Big Furniture Store
Whllo waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs' Dulldlng to bo
completed, wo hnvo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, whero wo nro prepared to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo have always mado It a point to
Our temporary quarters aro very bandsomo and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
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Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid., Fort Street.
also acquired by purchase At l'10 them
cioso o uio Mexican war wo uougi.i Tll0 Amerrnn ,,oy r Kri who lmows
nnd pad for the territory wo ga ned 0I1C ,, wc ,ag n much ,)oUor
possession of by that war. We i after-! .,orllmUy t(1 RCt on , ,fo tImn wltn.
warus pircnascu AiasKa. ai mo out ,lch ,movc,iKe Tho futuro ot
closo of tho Spanish War, when our lhlg rrat colmtrv ,ien,,mI. llnon mlr
nblo to educate themselves tho free ,lllzatlon followed the dark ages with
schools or the tountr) will educate an advancement In tho arts which
were peculiar to a higher typo of civ
Army and Navy had both been vlctO'
rlous, wo paid twenty millions of dol
lars for territory wo had honorably
young people. Tho oung must bo
educated to fill every station In life
For If a man has nothing hut his phys
ical strength to command him, lie, is
Prom tho beginning this nation has but mto 1)ettcr Ulnn norgo n'm, not
BIQ HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Vmhraldered Piano Covers. 811k Handkerchiefs. Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
grown and It has grown becauso tho
peoplo wcro freo and as new condi
tions arose tho people educated them
selves to meet thoso conditions. Thus
when those living in tho older States
of tho Union emigrated to tho now
and distant American territories, they
wero prepared to build now States
upon the old planB and from tho best
American material. From the llrst,
tho American pioneers havo been government-builders;
they mado local
governments conform to now condi
tions, and each new Stato admitted
Into tho Union was practically a new
nr-tlon. Our territories havo thus bo-
hair so stout; but If, added to his
strong muscle, ho has strong hrnln
power. If ho can think right, ho will
bo able to fill any position.
Wisdom Is Capital.
Knowledge means wisdom nnd wis
dom Is capital. And In tho great world
or human activities It Is tho best cap
Hal a young man or woman can have
Wealth may ho lost and often Ib lost,
but learning is the capital you cannot
lose. It will abide with ou through
all tho vicissitudes of life
Nor can a boy or clrl achlovo suc
cess unless ho or sho Is poud of doing
something well. Thero Is ono thing
como Stntes and this nation has 011 mlgt I(.arn lmmcy t0 oboy uo.
Mwnnntrt until I lino Itunntnn llin nmnl. I . -
grown until It has becomo tho great
est nation on tho earth.
No Birthright Citizenship.
No particular birthright was ncces-
Iforo jou can command. You must
yield your will to that of your supe
riors to vour parents, our teachers,
and to tho laws or your country. Wo
sary to mako an American citizen; no Hovo our country nnd Bhould obey Its
ramlly namo gave forco to his citizen-1 taws gincny oocauso it is a great coun
ship. Our land laws wero liberal, our .try nnd becauso Us laws aro Just. Its
tllzatlon Michael Augclo, Itaphncl
and Leonardo da Vluti took tho first
and longest steps In the nrt of paint
ing, In Italy Tho wonderful results
of their labor are still extant. This
marked advance In that divine art
comment d about 1458 and was con
tinned by them until about 1540 Theso
threo great painters devoted them
selves nlmost entirely to lllbllcal sub
Jects which gave n now Inspiration to
Progress and Freedom.
Following them within tho next two
centuries wcro tho grcnt musical com
posers, mostly living In tho Gorman
States. Ileforo tho great composers,
writers of Invv began to nppcar on tho
literary horizon, especially In I'ng
land About tbo samo time, tho liter
ary world wns Illumined by tho grand
est of nil Kngllsh writers, bhakes
pearo Ho stands today first among
tho literary men of nil time Ho came
as tho first and most splendid flash
light after the art of printing was
mndo general. No ancient or modern
writer wns or Is comparable to him.
Thus when tho American llcpubllc
wns established, an ago or progress
nnd of Christian civilization had dawn
ed upon tho world Tho moral forces
and tho Inventive genius of mankind
woro everywhere making vast strides
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fathers encouraged European Immlgra-1 history fills tho most splendid pages towards human development
tlon and all immigrants goi nomes " muiiun uuun u h pun. oi your
here. history and of mlno and we should bo
It may bo truo that many do not now proud or It. Your each nnd all Amcr
sufficiently value tholr American cltl- lean citizens nnd aro entitled to share
zens.ap, but It Is nevertheless a most In Its glories, but personally jou must
glorious privilege to bo a citizen ot tho mako tho bnttlo or llfo for yourselves.
United States. Take tho peoplo of No ono can mnko It for you. Your ru
theso Islands. Tho humblest citizen turo Is In your own hooping. Yen can
living In this rwnoto territory Ib tho I simply bo shown tho way to help your
political equal of any omer citizen of selves nnd vou must bo vigilant If you
tho United Stntes living In tho older aro to bo worthy of your great horl
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States You are as freo here as any
other American citizen living elso
whero The samo Constitution spreads
Its protecting wings over all alike;
your lives nnd property aro protected
tho samo as are tho lives and property
of all other Americans.
The Constitutional Liberties.
Tho principles or our written Con
stitution are felt everywhere In tho
United States. It Is tho supremo law
tago. Young people must holp them
hclovs to wisdom. You must havo
high. Ideals You must remember nl
ways that manhood or womanhood Is
not a marketable commodity. It can
not bo bought oi sold. vou are tin)
builders of jour own characters and
tho creators of your own government
It Is not moro than 135 years since
Watt invented tho stenm engine, which
has doubled man's ability to do. It la
only about 400 years slnco tho nrt of
printing wnB discovered This rovo
liittonlzcd tho arts of peace Indeed,
the list or American Inventions allow
thnt American Inventors were inspired
by American freedom nnd becnusn
what they Invented was protected by
Builders of New Governments.
From tho beginning, Americans
wore builders of now governments
Ours wns a new nation In a now coun
try Our forefathers know but little
of nny form of govomment which
thoy deemed wlso to pattern nfter. but
they know what freedom was and they
maintained It Commencing our na
tional career with but threo million
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To facllltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will ucllvor
all goods purchased or ordored or them, rreo or all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sent on selection to thoso know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
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ot request. Wo bavo tho largest manufactory of Jowelry
nnd Silverware west ot New York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
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Kreo education Is tho fundar.icitnl
prlnciplo of American politics Tl.o or nconlo nnd thero hundred thousand
or tho land It Becures to all men cer- 'territory c Ha-vall early adopted tho 8nrmro nilleB or torrltory, we were too
tain Inallennblo rights which no other rule or compuhoiy education, nnd small to Inspire tho envy or older na.
people so fully enjoy Tho most strili , thero nro f vv corotnunl les, lsolat"d i0ns and they let us alone We now
Ing fenturcs or our Constitution aro as Is this Territcry where education mve 84.000 000 or peoplo and 3 000.000
that It guarantees trial by Jury, It Is so universally prevalent Tho pco Bcimro miles or territory, and wealth
prohibits tho enactment ot all ox post ' ' ' L , beyond computation
facto laws, which means tho malting ppMijijjijMaBBHHfJilJVfjJHB ,n enrly times American bos took
of a law which prescribes a now pen HLHPVLbni t0 llo""rH "r fathers taught their
iilty for a crlmo after tho commission IHLTV jETBI mrW fy jl cll",lrc" "mt n" Americans should
It secures rollglcus liberty to nil, Kfsffr airr fP jhri 3W ':"01' llollllrH wns wls0 statesmanship
that Is to say, every man living In Bwtpy rry Mr& jH T'"' Amerlmn (lovernment In Kb re
America tan worship Clod according T fL ZgMr jl .jflHI lotions with other peoples has nlwns
to tho dictates of his own conscience bbv JJgP MRHH
Wo havo no Stato religion and, as y wPnnirriliifliTliTlTinll!w
(Continued on page G.)
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