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n the Territory of Hawaii.
T s t Editorial Roomn. . 1 HK
Finish every day and be done with
it. You have done what you could.
Some blunders and absurdities, no
doubt, crept in; force t them as soon
as you can. Emerson.
When I lie Government linn In
fight hi proven! n raise in freights
on tin railroads, It appears Hint
transportation kings tire I ho fallows
who arc really running lliln.
Our Theodore must have decided
tlmt tlio Into King unit the present
' King nf England were. commanding
altogether too mticli attention. So
J... net off a bomb tlmt restored Ills
own nwcpt Kelt to llio blaze nf that
The gobs of no uint regarding the
' position of Delegate Ktihlo on the
Prohibition question come exclusive-
ly from the local Prohibition shqut,-
' era. Tlio Delegate In Washington
refuses to make :i statement of hid
"(lerotnfore the Hawallans
have had tho saloons forced
upoti them." Advertiser.
. This Is not true, but thore Is no
"doubt that tho Hawallans had Wool,
ley and his Federal Interference
schemo thrown at them without
i- their kuowlcdge or consent.
Some nf tho apologists ot tho
Prohibition League claim they arc
not for Prohibition, but nro forced
Into alliance with the, league, lie
causo they Jo not believe In a wide
open town. This Is pathetic. Thd
plebiscite calls for a voto "Yes" or
, "No" on I'rolilliltlun.
"Nail up tho brewery and
v shut'' up the wnolesale Import. ;
org, and tho blind pigs and tho '
speak-caslcs will take care pf. .
f Ot roursQ they will. Great pros
perity will bo assured for these off
spring of tho Mother of Illlnd I'lgs.
i,' ' Great Urljaln is wise enough to
'know 'that tho citizens of South Af-
wlll make their best
'under practical independence U
would bo a mighty good .thing for.
certain interests of Hawaii It thoy
gave more attention 10 mo inue-'uor
Impendence or tho citizen and stopped
rj. . i ... , .i'.
irynig i" eiuurm u rum ui mu
w- nawairs aneau again, jiio uuesi
Ltf . ... ... . -,--.
iimiiettn ot tno ueoiogicni survoy
!iiubllshea u statement of the total
'valup of shipments of domestic mn-
;crai prouueig 10 me unuea maies
' 1901-1909, by Territories, and ths
'la the result: Alaska, 29,2S0,89O;
Hawaii, i30,RS7,UC; Porto Illco,
F.'JL'S57,nC; Philippine Islands,
,'J2(230,307. Total. $110,01,449.
Our correspondent who suggests1
u plebiscite pn the matter o.f tho.twccn the legally-controlled llouor
plantation or company store certain-
W.'iy lias tho recor
ford uf tho autl-saloou
I. Plipiio ier il II pivrnt;jfi UH wiili:p
c"to ijiako his appeal to Wiishlngton,
' 'A nil ulinnlil thn Prnhlhitlnii Kehnmn
bo unywhero near successful In tho
; forthcoming vote, he would have the.
'prnctlcal approval of tho neople for, trary oligarchy that debauches Inde
the useT ot tho dark lantern route In ueudenco of cltlzeuBhln nml in-. n
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grjieaung w(iu iiawiiiinn uiiairs initn the name or "good gpyernrpont,"
CHURCHMAN ARRAIGNS INTEMPERANCE.
Prohibition's local organ, In a tho Prohibition forces ever, deliver-
('typical Woolteyesquo editorial, says
Mhai the Prohibition movement "Is1
. Kuiuiiig uvcry "y in sirensm miu
"Popular favor" Is not moro slly
,thun tho nvorago claims of the Pro-
jlilbltlonlsta. Tho trend of sentl-
ifinent of tho mainland Is steadily to-
'..tuiu ii-Kuiuiiuii iiin.jj,iuoci in mo
jure,u oi rroniuitiun mni nas neon
foisted upon peoplo In various I
How far from being popular even
'with tho church, which tho Prohlbl
llonlsts claim us tlielr' allies, Is
uhown .by tho following address do-
yjlvered by Iley, L, It, S, Ferguson,
krecior ot mo unurcu qt tue .Messian
fin St. Paul, Minn. ' P (
K Tho St, Paul Dispatch iichara'cter-
tlzes tho address of Itev. jjlr. I'ergu
ns tho most 6tngln6 rebuke (oprescnt conducted; all'sauo men will
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.JUNE 1, 1010
CONFIDENCE IN HAWAII.
Mr. W. 0. Irwln'g Incorporation
ot his bank Is n very significant
move of n business leader that should
bo brought home to the mind of
(ho croakers who nro forever talk
ing about Hie period of sugar de
pression being Just nround the cor
ner. Mr, Irwin ban transferred his
principal personal business activities
to Snu FrnpcUco, but hero In Ho
nolulu ho lg putting his banking In
stitution In u position to become n
moro aggressive, factor.
If Mr. Irwin thought that tho hot.
torn of the sugar ,tnarket was about
to drop out, or a period of depres
sion In sugar securities' was just
nround tho' Mend, or the wave of
sugar prosperity Juot about to break,
lie would withdraw from tho local
field entirely, lie, would clear him
self' of- Rtigar securities' and allow
his hank to fall Into other hands;
lin could pell tho bank any day for
a handsome figure.
Hut ho doesn't do that. Ho stays
with Honolulu financially, though
ho hag given up lines of local busi
ness that call for his personal atten
tion in otllce management. The
money end of ills activities remains
in this city and within' the Terri
tory. We venturo to stnto that tho lorg-
eft part of Mr. Irwin's tortuno Is
today Invested In Hawaiian securl
ties. You don't hear of his Belling
any of those necuritlcs.
it- tho! poljcy of .staying with the
local nna'nrl'al and sugar situation
laUgoodtlor'W. G. Irwin, you can
be mighty suro that It Is good pol
icy .for. the small man to follow, thp
same system when ho looks about
for 'an opportunity to place his sur
plus one .dollar and fifty cents with
the-hope of making It cam other
dollars for Mm.
KAUAI.' AND PROHIBITION.
term "near -Prohlbl-
been invented by the
Morning Mother of Illlnd Pigs fgr
the, condition that nrovalls In the
County of Kauai as regards the llq-
The first struggle of tho Prohihl-
... . . ...
uoiiisis was to PUl forward Knunl
as a Prohibition section ot tho Ter-
'rltory and endeavor to iircsent . meh
satisfactory conditions as Hie sltua-
tlon offered under legalized control
as n samplo of what prevails under
the farce of Prohibition In States
having a prohibitory law, or of
what would pr.eyall here under Pro.
They now use a new. catch.phruse.
This near-Prohibition sounds at
first llkp a, Hash of honesty on thp
part of the Prohibitionists. As a
matter of fact, the dlfferenco bc-
nituatlon In tho County of Kauul
ami Prohibition of .tho type that tho
local fanallcH jinilsp and niin to
force upon Hawaii Is' as great as
the disparity between honest govern
ment, responsive to the will of the
people, and tho corrupt and nrbl-
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nonunions on tno island or Kauai
edfrom a St. Paul pulpit.
After stating that, In his opinion,
-ine cnurcn has no place in politics
and politics no place In the church."
nnd that the church had been dl-
vorced. from politics In the dnv. of
Christ and byChrlst hlniBelf. Mr!
Korguson plunged Intq his arraign-
mem oi iiio Aiui-saioon League, as1
"The Antl-Saloon League has
forced the church into the nnllileni
arena, nnd It Is nmv tlm ,int nt
the church lo deflna her nttltudo ns
regards the question of tho liquor
traffic. That much crime that a
great deal of suffering and distress,
Ig directly traceable to the ubuse of
liquor wei do not deny; that there Is
crying need ofreform In tho meth-
oils or ine American saloon, ns nt
wtA'.t thft 'A'..k". law ??!rr.t!r ;
it.i7 :: ittit :t itmarj vJ tt ??v
pis aie a U.;'.:iard ft.- ettt. btttef
tha.h. anyttilnr; lhat hat brrn ot I
offered,, by the Prohlblttoolstg who
compoio the coterie that Is secretly
and consistently working to promote
their personal scheme which mean
"government of, by, nnd for n few
They arc so fart superior that thp
people of that roiinty iave n right
to scorn the advances, thn soft
words, tltn .evasions, nnd the false
promises ot tho Wnolley-Tliurston
crowd nnd demand of them by whnl'i
tight they have gone to Washington
with their secret schemes nnd now
como beforo the people ot the Ter
ritory to ovrthrow n law nnd a
method of legal control that satis
fies tho people.
tt n k n tt n u :j n :t
agree; but after a careful consider,
ntlon of tho question, wo arc forced
to tho conclusion Hint the reforms
that arc needed, AND TUB Hi:-.
POItMS THAT WlMi 1111 LASTING,
CAN NOT UK WOIIKKI) OUT 1V
MKAN3 OF INTBMPKRATH AND
1NTOI.KRANT UTTBltANCKS OV
KANATICAI, IlKTOUMKItS. NOlt
11Y TUB TIHCKBItY 01'' POMTI
CIANS, MIJN CAN NOT 11B MADK
GOOD 11Y LAW.
"If it were In my power tonight
I would closp every distillery, every
brewery nnd every dramshop In this
American republic, lint just xo long
as liquor Is manufactured nnd Its
sale legalized by tho United States
government that liquor will bo con-
M'Let us not be carried off our feet
by this agitation for cxtrcmo re
form,, but lot, us as sane, sober men
and women ascertain what tho ex
isting laws of our Stato have to say
relative to. tho salo of liquor. Per
mit me to read to you extracts from
the statutes of the Stnto of Minne
1S34, Sale, to whom illegal.
Tho sale of such liquor nt any .
tlmo or place, except by II- '
reused pharmacist iih aforesaid. :
1. To n minor,
2. To a pupil or sltldcut ot
any school or other cducatton
nl Institution In this State.
3. To an Intoxicated person
or habitual drunkard.
4. To a publlo prostitute.
5. To a spend. thrift or an
Improvident person, within ono
year after written nnltcq by
any pence, offlcor,' parent, guard
ian, master, employer, relative,
or by apy person annoyed or
Injured iy the Iptoxlcntloii of
such person, forbidding the snlo
of Hquor to hlhi.
Whoever aliull In nny way
procure, liquor for the uo of
apy person named In this sec-
tion shall bo deemed to have '
sold It to such person. (1999,
2002: '95c. 90.)
"In tho foregoing statutes that
law Is very clearly defined as re
gards the sale of Intoxicating liq
uor. We aro now to choose between
two, evils, and, I contend, that It Is
our duty as thinking men to chooso
the lesser of tho two. The great
questlqn of the American sJloon and
intemperance must be solved by the
great, strong, red-blooded men of
this nation. This great question
can not be solved by tho brewers or
by distillers on tho ono hand, or by
thq Anti-Saloon, League agitators
and fanatical reformers on the othor
"The ono great curto of this na
tion tonight Is, tho multiplicity of
inw, ana a startling and evident fact
Is tho unwholesome disregard or law
by the American people.'
M,r. Ferguson then ptafed that In
Real Estate -
' f FOR BENT: i Ij
Manoa Valley 3 $40
Matlock Ayenue 2 25
Matlock Avenue 3 30
Alexander Street 5 GO
Liinaiilp Street 3 25
Nuuanu Street 7 60
Manoa Valley ,.,,3 50
Young Street . . . . , 2 30
Improved and unimproved' proner
ty in" Manoa, Kaimuki, Palolo and
inside districts. i
To buy a small house and lot in
Fort and Merchant streets h.
HOME FOR SALE
,1 it. U H;t f
This property consists of a mod
ern S-roora bungalow, on car line,
Modern plumbing; finishing is In
natural .wood. Lot contains, about
10,000 square feet; alligator pear,
trees, manpo trees and orange .trees
were planted some years ago and, are
now bearing. Artesian water is se
cured in abundance and at a nom-'.
inal rate from private artesian wcjl
in adjoining lot. This bargain- is
only for a short time;
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ten (10) Room
Modern and in. Beit of
Large Grounds (45,000 sq.
ft.), Growing Trees, Garden,
Chicken Corrals, etc.
Kntlro grounds all fenced
and well improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
' . .BETHEL. STREET
ils belief restriction ig better than
county option, and showed how the
law of tho State ot Minnesota, If
strictly enforced, would abolish thq
evils ngai.iiH.t which tlio anti-saloon
lurct-H nro ugniing. ,
Continuing, ho said:
"If wo carefully nnalyzo this stat
ute In Its several sections wo con
readily see that onrythlrd, f not
one-half, of the saloons of this Stato
would have to cloco their doors If
these laws woro enforced.
"I want you to get, it clearly fix
cd In your mind that I um not ndvo
eating tho American saloon, nor do
I stand ns an advocato ot breweries,
distilleries or the liquor traffic; but
tho Issue must ho met In a reason
able and sano' manner. The cry at
this time is for county option. is
county option reasonable? Is It
fair? A county may hnvo five towns
or villages within its limits. Ig It
reasouablo to concede to tho rural
population tho' right to enact laws
for the government of tlio urban pop
"To what extent Is tho rural pop
ulation affected by excessive use, of
liquor? Let us be fair.- How many
bllqd-plggera or unscrupulous drug-
glstg aro found out In the farming
districts? It Is tho town or vlllago
that hag theso great evils to contend
"I would rather seo the restriction
nnd regulation ot the liquor traffic
by the enforcement of existing laws
It's a great comfort to know that
you" can" communicate' with friends
at ;ea and on the .otyer islands, by
Office open on Sunday from 8 to
10 a. m. "
than tlio elimination ot the places
where liquor is sold, 111' Uie wake, of
which must follow lawlessness nun
"I believe In individuality.
"Men with rnro exceptions have
great respect for the good, tiuo nnd
beautiful, but they are made to ap
preciate these things through moral
suasion nnd not by law."
Mr, Ferguson tho,n quoted various
prelates In tho Kplscopal church who
condemned 'the efforts of prohlbl
tlonlstg ns being ns stupid as they
are ineffectual, and said that tho
White slavo truffle is ns momentous
a question ns that of tlio 'liquor traf
fic. "Ilow ninny men, or what per
centage of them. In the State ot
Minnesota, can bo called habitual
drunkards?" he asked,
"A political organization kpown
as the, Antl-Saloon Lenguo Is Just now
endeavoring to make use of tho teni
pcrunco sentiment which prevails In
all the churc.cs, and to make that
sentiment a source of political
"For Kovcral years they havo been
draining tho funds or tlio church to
aid them In what they represent to
be 'lenipe.anco reform.' Tholr ap
peals for ioiitrlb,;UoiU nro shrewd
ly mni-jj.' its year they collect
cd i: ear ;.. u00 In this State.
"1'hey n d speakers into tho
church ce, w o make long speeches
up je evi.s ot Intemperanco; who
pit.. . ..i gloomy colors tho old, old
story of the pale-faced wife and men.
ger children In tho drunkards homo.
"ANO WHKN THEY IIAVK
AROUSED THE EMOTIONS OF
THEIR AUDIENCE ALMOST TO
THE POINT OK HYSTERIA thoy
tell of tho good work being dono by
tho league nnd how It Is succeeding
In making men moral by means ot
legislative enactments and tho club
ot a policeman.
"One hundred and seventy thou
sand dollars collected every year, and
for what purpose? For the financ
ing ot a great political organization,
"How much real sane roform could
and would be accomplished It this
same si70,000was used for, the en
forcement of tho statutes on the
statute books of Minnesota? How
many young men and young women
could bo holped and protected It
theae existing laws were enforced?.
Tonight this parish la face to face
with a rebuilding and remodeling
proposition, which wiil cost approx
imately $8000, and for, what pur
pose aro wo putting forth theso ef
forts? That wp may better do thq
work ot God nnd testis Christ, our
Master, In building up manhood and
womanhood. Yet tho gathering to
gether of this paltry sum means
days, of hard, persistent, work on tho
part of tho few. Tle greater part
of this J170.000 Is. raised In the
churches of this State for this polit
ical propaganda, while the churohi
1-ltscK must beg nnd plead for funds
to prosecute, Its, own work, which Is
ns far reaching and .enduring a n,ny
reform in tho wprldf
"To bo truo in its tsxnlted purpose,
tho church must retain Its moral
forco, H can never league itsolf to
(Continued from Page 1.) .
tlco perry, Judge Whitney ' arid
Judge Robinson, who occupied other
scats at the head of the great oval
table; Lylo A. Dickey,- V.. R. Castle,
C. H. Dickey, C. F. Clemons, Jp)m
W. Cathcart, E. A. Douthltt, C, F.
Petorson, V. Ti Rawlins, Judge Wil
der, It. W. llrcckons, Judgp Stnnjoy,
C. II. Olson, W. 11. Lynicr, Henry
Holmes, E. W, Suttou, Judge Lind
say, Alfred Castle, Judge llallou, II.
O. Matheson, Lorrln Andrews, R. W.
Anderson, Judge Aiufrade, j, a. Ma
goon, M, p. Prossor, A. F, Juddj W.
O. Smth nnd' Judgo Davis.
A icspoinso to tho toast ut "Tho
Pfdlisit ?f ih Vr.ttJ5 Stags'' as
inaie ty. C?trj Dr.7lf zj.hf. ::uris
f 7.-bl:h he dT.'ii pin'.fz'nTr f..
thf ".rryirrn 'of Vi'air.lnstnn hart
Lincoln. W. O, Smith responded to
"The Governor of Hawaii," nnd
Chief JusHce. Ileatty responded to
"Our Guests."' Justice Realty re
ffrreil lo the popular misconception?
that .exist on the mainland In rofer
rh'co to, Hawaii, and declared lhaf
tils visit lo the Territory had taught
Justlcn nc Holt of the Supreme
Court responded to "tho Territorial
liar," nnd reviewed the development
of legal procedure In Hawaii. Judne
Whitney of thq Juvenile court re
viewed the development, of Juvenyo
legislation nnd told of the work nc
compllshcd by the local Juvenile
Thn ndircs3 of the evening elo
quent and convincing was. made by
City and County Attorney John
uatnrnrt, nnd W0s based -on a re
sponse to the Implied reflection that
cx-l'resldent Rooscyclt had directed
at tho legal profession when ho de
clared, In his famous' speech nt tho
Sai bonne, Hint a .country wns In a
bad .way when Kb leading men wcro
composed exclusively of, "clerks, pol
Itfrlaiig and lawyers."
, Cathcart' address was declared
by many present to ho tho most elo
quent and interesting speech deliv
ered nt n Ilnr Association banquet.
Mri Cathcart spokons follows;
"Mr. President nnd Gentlemen of
the Hciich mid ft.fr: 1 nm honored
In being called upon to respond to
thlg toast. The body of gentlemen
composing tho bar ot pur country
undoubtedly Is one of high Ideals
and aspirations for the 'advancement
of fight and Justice. However in
Its Individuals It may tall short of
or bo false to those Ideals and as
pirations, the bar, ns a whole, now,
ns .always, mov'es forward .with
strong endeavor and much fulfill.
ment to the realization of the pub
He' good. Today, ag In tho past, tho
American lawyer Is tho truo reform
er nnd constructive statesman; his
wisdom and knowledge, guli)j our
republic upon tho paths that lend
to a perfect' governmont, In so far
as perfection exists In humanity.
Not to us in tho ranks comes the
high opportunity ot rendering ,theso
Important services to our country,
buti upon us fall somo rays of that
fierce light which beats on our lead
ers In tho forum and politics. I
nm led this evening to speak of tho
)awycr as n public leader because,
lately, a distinguished American,
honored as few Americans have been,
saw fit In a public address to soy,
'No people hnv'o permanently amount
ed to anything whoso only public
lenders hnvo been clerks, politicians
nn'd lawyers.' Thlg Is. probably, n
safe, though nut ,a very wise, obser
vation, na no people hnvo over de
pended entiroly upon clerks, politi
cians and lawyers for their leaders
cither In thought, or action. Hut
by his remark this distinguished
American must have intended to de
preciate thoso named ns leaders of
the people. Whom 1io desired to in
clude In tho term 'clerks' I nm at
a loss to know. The word, ns used,
lacks precision, Ot politicians ho Is
easily tho foremost, and If they need
defense, let his own career bo their
vindication. Rut for the lawyers I
must speak, even though I bo as
weak and fccblo n champion as Ivan
hoe, when he entered the llstB of
Templestowo against thq arrogant
and vainglorious Templar, confid
ing even us Ivanhoo in tho Justlco
ot my cause.
"It Is my purposo very briefly to
view the lawyer In public life In tho
llghtj of the history of our country;
very briefly, for, Indeed, he needs
no encomiums from any man his
works Justify nnd glorify him. Much
can be forgiven the ordlnnry lay
man for his flings nt tho profession,
which,, honoring us, wo jlcllght to
honor. Ho mny be forgiven for he
knows not what ho does. Rut an
cx-Presldpnt ot this repulhle and the
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They cost a little more than
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1 LEADING JEWELERS
"' FORT STREET
IET wcrnen of sixty
J if theythinVhey
jiefed them. "V. " f'
But you, who are
youRg and pretty you
; should avoid 'such things
?' .'as you would a pesti
t, ' lence.
All YOU need 'is a
cake of Ivory Soap, a
bowl of clean water and
a good complexion brush.
994i$o Per Cent-Pure
historian of 'Winning the West' can
Jiot .claim tho Immunity' of tho In
different and Ignorant. He, who hns
sat In tho chair onco filled by tho
AdnniKcs, by Jefferson, Madison,
Jnckson, Lincoln nnd .Cleveland,
falls ot candor when he disparages
tho services of Inwyorg to tho peoplo
of tho United States. Wo do not
forget, wo never can forget, James
Otlg, Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry,
John Dickinson and tho .host ot
lawyers, who, that the flame of lib
erty should not bo quenched for
ever, brnved England's might' in
tliOBo 'days that tried men's souls.'
Rut lot its more especially dwell on
the services rcnuorcd by Inwycrs In
the construction of our present gov.
eminent. Amopg. tho earlier states
men, most of them lawyers,- four
men Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton
nnd Marshall stand pro-eminent as
tho founders of oun republic; carh
and every, to use a legal phrase,
bred to the bnr nnd n practising
lawyer. (To their constructive work
Is due, almost entirely, tho frame
work and structuro of our constitu
tion. In n decroo m liimmn l.elniw
must, they worked' unconscious or
mq granaeur or the edifice they
wjere erecting. They
"' biillded better than thoy
Tho conscious stono to benutv
Rut still thelj, Is Jhp .beauty. ,qf. thq
edifice, tho praise andgfory of Tho
work Is theirs. And the splendor
of that odlflco! Sheltered beneath
ltn lipnvnn nsiilrlfi. .Inm,. Illn ...
nnd tho miserable ot the earth find
tefl)f?n fi-nm Ivrnnnu n.i.l ln,,ifeltM
-----n- ....... ..j u..u IlljUOUlVi
And the praise and the glory that1
is ineirsi Remotest generations
shall hymn their eternal laudation.
In the gloom anil shadow of the
WOrlll tho It flit nt lll.ort.- hi. ilmm
casting out tho darkness of slav
ery and myriads of tho downtrod
den nnd oppressed stand erect In
tlielr manhood since democracy tri
umphed In' the greatRepublle of tho
West. Whatever of liberty wo en
Joy, whatever of freedom tho op
pressed ot Europe now possess is the
result of thn stateamnnsliln nf thn
lawyers of the Constitution, garner
ing tho harvest, the slow fruition ot
centuries ot secdtlmo and culture,
by the lawyer-statesmen of Eng
land. Reside such beneficent stateR
mnnsblp, how potty nnd' ephemeral
Is the glory of tho camp nnd battle
field. Yet, desplto that entry of the
Man ot Peace Into Jerusalem, be
neath tho Syrian skies, 2000 yearn
ago, today the multitude shout ho
Bnnnnhs to tho man of war. Not
that, with our soldier dead fresh In
our memory.' I would snatch onelenf
of laurc from the crown of thoso
wno bled In tho great wars that
made and saved our nation. For
them let there be
aiory nnd honor and famo; (ho
pomp that tho soldier prizes;
The league Jong waving line ns tho
marching falls and rises;
Rumbling of caissons and guns; tho
clatter of horses' feet.
And n million awe-struck, faces all"
down tho waiting street.'"
Hut amidst tho martial music -lot
not the memory die of thoso who
gnye us that country, which theso
heroes saved. And, above nil, let us
not forget that tho greatest of all
Americans wbb not a soldier, but
was n clerk, a politician nnd n law
ycr, for siich wag he who, with ,nn
humble nnd a contrite heart, with
steadfast purpose nnd unwearied
will, through the storm and tempest
of rebellion, piloted the ship of state
safe 'to Its 'harbor himself .to fall
at last, the martyr of liberty, the
peoplo's God.sent leader, Abraham
"Ueforo such an exemplar
' Memory blushes ot tho
And Honor turns wlthsfrown "defiant,-
Aim Freedom, loaning on her spear.
Laughs louder than the laughing
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