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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1903
SEVEN
Amusements
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WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES
bringing to view scenes from
many lands and embracing.
Comedy
TWO CHANGES EACH WEEK.
MONDAY AND THURSDAY.
The Tomngarlans In Their
Country, The Cabinet Delusion,
The Thieving Hand, The Cow
boyB' Elopmcnt, Tlie Colored
Man's Revenge, Yankee Man -o-warsman,
Fight for Love, For
Hate ot the Miller, The Runaway
Horse.
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III Mi
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FOR A THAT AND
Dy E S Goodhue, C. D. Holuoloa.)
How persistently wo forget that it
Is the Man who should confer honor
on the office and not the omce which
should honor the man.
That It Is not what a man possesses
in material wealth, but whut ho is
able honestly to acquire and properly
use.
That It Is not what a man acquires in
learning but what he Is capablo of
assimilating for the Interest of his
fellows.
That the life of an Individual hi of
no value at all unless It perpetuates
something beneficent.
Wo are apt to look upon the newly
e'ected President or Senator as we
might upqn a Seven-day wonder.
He has been transformed in an hour;
suddenly converted Into a great man!
Alas, for the misnomer!
We '"honor" him, that is, lionize
him; we stand In a measure of awe In
his presence.
Let us shake hands with him, not
because we are particularly glad to
see him, or, because he has deserved
his prominence, but because Jhe Is
prominent.
We fancy the Intimacy honors us.
Possibly the new man Is less deserv
ing of the position he occupies than
his predecessor was, but that is not
material.
The out-of-office man In America Is
little sought after or talked about. He
sinks into "innocuous desuetude.'
Even In honoring one of our greatest
heroes, Abraham Lincoln, we are apt
to forget that he was "great from boy
hood up; that his qualities of heart and
head were largely developed In young
manhood; that his soul was what was
great about him.
He was ju3t as great when he was a
struggling lawyer In Illinois as when
he signed the Emancipation Proclama
tion. It was In him to be President of the
United States when he was a boy chor
lng for old Crawford, "the meanest
man In hi? county."
And It was not egotism but a self
recognition of his own abilities that
made him say to his mistress one day
that he would yet be president of the
United States.
The point I wish to elucidate Is that
Lincoln's transcendent qualities though
brought out by the responsibilities ot
office, were still intrinsic, and during
his obscure life he had shown the
same sort many a time.
But he had not reached the position
when he could command the respect
and praise of people; when he could
force them to recognize him as great.
When Johnson was President people
him for this and that as sought Lin-1
coin. lie was President of the United
States whether by virtue of ability or
not, did not matter. The lackey In
us which persists through all these j
Democratic years, Inclines us to wor
ship office.
What does it matter to the society
woman who Is seeking (recognition
whether the President or Senator or
Governor be a great man or not?
And the mass ot us is iufected with
the same taint.
It is this failure to distinguish be
tween men and their accidental hold
ings, which makes political success ot
so little value In tho United States.
With a few exceptions the great men
have failed to secure' office.
One or two great Senators only. A
very few Presidents. One Governur
may he. Tho rest deserve llttlo no
tice except as historical figureheads.
But In tho rank and Hie, how many
great names we have had. These
whose lives were an example in vir
tue and goodness; who said and did
something worth while, will bo re
membered and loved for their con
tribution to the permanence and sta
bility of tho government.
Time, however, tears away the mask
of political fame.
The real hero finds his niche. The
real man persists In the records. While
the memory of the self-seeker passes
away like letters written in the sand.
There Is always room In tho Hall ot
Fame.
Political preferment today largely
depends upon a combination of circum
stances outside of the control of one
man.
Good men like Mr. Roosevelt get to
be President, but even in his case
how very accidentally he rose to his
office.
He made a successful charge at San
Juan hill ho became Governor of New
York, let us bo frank and say not be
cause of any very great ability or per
formance on his part.
Then he was forced to accept the
Vlco Presidency and tho rest follow
ed. And It is a foituuato thing lu a De
mocracy that nourly every citizen of
ordinary Hiillty. education, Judgment
and oxpurlence, has enough to lit hlni
to ho an ordlnury H'il Proeldont,
Tho assumption of tho respoimlbH
IMob of tho oillco dovelopa oapubllltloit,
uud ovury provident hnit tililo Imlpors.
Tho selucitlon of an Amurlum Pioul
iliuit h not ulwiiyH Providential !' any
liiMiiiH, thniiKli hi two duo at leuHt,
Oiu oholui) Iiuh gytimwl In lie delnnnliKul
by wm power titular than num.
Thu Httyiilluii m Id to a (iromliiont
A THAT
man Is shifting, of short duration, and
may react.
Admiral Dewey is only one example
of the foolish frenzy of a peoplo who
quickly turn from one thing and one
person to another.
It Isi true that even white holding
ofllcc, 'the Incumbent may by extra
ordinary force of character or men
tality, lift himself above the plane of
his position, and stand a man in every
sense of the word, loved and respect
ed by all.
Washington's character or reputation
cannot suffer by the analysis of his
torical events. It was and perhaps Is
true of him "First In peace, first in
war, Hrst In the hearts of his country-
. Inen." Ills predominant figure dls
I closed enemies, nml Kef. Innsn nnl.i.
gonlsms, but all were ready soon to ac
knowledge that he conferred honor on
his office.
John Adams needed no office to ad
vertise his sterling qualities, and the
same may be said of John Qulncy
Adams. Jefferson cast his high office
in shadow.
How disassociated Is Lincoln
greatness from the Incident of office
holding, though he made It noble?
And rare old Ben Franklin, how
fortunate for us that his time and
philosophy were not disturbed by poli
tical chicaneries.
He would have been less remember
ed and revered probably had he been
President.
Copyrighted by E. s. Goodhue.
NEW TRIALS DENIED
PENN, CAPITOL GRAFTERS.
Court Refuses to Grant Petition of
Four Defendants in Notorious
$13,000,000 Conspiracy.
HARRISBURG (Pa.), December 11.
A new trial was refused to four of
the defendants In the Capitol conspi
racy case today by Judge George Kun;
kel In the Dauphin county court. They
are John H. Sanderson, contractor for
the furnishings and decorations in the
$13,000,000 capitol; James S. Shoemak
er, Johnstown, Pa., who was supc.in
tendent of the Board of Public Grounds
and Bulldlngc; William P. Snyder,
former auditor general of the State,
and William L. Mathues, former state
treasurer.
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' 'TR DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for the Territory of
Hawaii.
Tho United States of America, plain
tiff, vs. Joseph O. Carter, et als., de
fendants.
Action brought In said District Court,
and the Complaint filed in the office of
tho Clerk of said District Court in
Honolulu.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA. GREET
ING:
To JOSEPH O. CARTER, SAMUEL
M. DAMON, WILLIAM O. SMITH, E,
FAXON BISHOP nnd ALBERT F.
JUDD, Trustees under tho Will and
of the Estate of BERNICE P. BISHOP,
deceased; YAM AMUR A, whoso truo
and full name is unknown; S. O. FU
G1TA, whose truo and full namo Is
unknown; T. NAKAFUGI, whose true
and full name Is unknown; M. TABA
RA, whose truo and full name Is un
known; VAMADA, whose truo and full
namo is unknown; HARAMOTO, whoso
truo and full namo is unknown; NA'
KAGAWA, whose true and full namo Is
unknown; YASIDA, whoso truo and
full name Is unknown; GOO PING;
WONG HUNG WAH; CHUNG CHONG
and LAI SEE; YUKUTA, whose truo
and full name Is unknown; NAJCA'
MURA, whoso truo and full name is
unknown; JOHN ALFRED MAGOON
EMMEL1NE M. MAGOON. wife of
JOHN ALFRED MAGOON; ARTHUR
M. BROWN; KALAEONE; JUDAS
KALAEONE, MARY KALAEONE,
JOHN KALAEONE and JAMES KA
LAEONE, unknown heirs nt law of
KALAEONE; KAI.MOLA NAKOOKOO,
othcrwlso called. KAI.MOLA NAKOO
KOO GRAY; SARAH NAKOOKOO
ANNA HELEN NAKOOKOO, other
wIko called ANNA HELEN TIIOMI
SON; JANE NAKOOKOO. JAMES NA
KOOKOO. MARY NAKOOKOO and
HAMl'KL NAKOOKOO unknown helm
at law of KAUUNIS NAKOOKOO, de
rruwd, JOHN DOE RICHARD DO it
MARY STILUS und MARTHA STILUS
unknown holra at law of IIAIKA.MA
iit!urwUe railed HAILAMA, ntherwlM
nUI.'d Hill AM , dat'twMHi; KIIKOA
Ni l; HICNItV (Hl.lOtl; ANNA 01 1, 101
HAMI'ltl. (llI.Kti, JANIO QlUti imil
I'UTIJIt (lll.UM, UNkNOWH Mn Bt tew
ot UMNIiV iwmmdi MIUUi
Mill
PAOA; JULIA PAOA; HENRY PAOA;
DAVID PIIKOI OKUU; MARYi K.
HARBOTTLE; MARIA . K. PIIKOI,
JOHN SMITH nnd JAMES THOMP
SON, unknown heirs at law of MELB,
deceased; ELIZABETH K. PRATT;
GORDRICH PRATT;" KATE KEN
NEDY; MARIA BREWER; EMMA
PRATT; LEVI GORDRIDGE PRATT;
EMILY G. PRATT; ELIZABETH S.
NO YES; SARAH F. WALSH; WIL-
I LIAM PRATT. ROBERT PRATT,
EVELYN PRATT and FRANCES
PRATT, unknown heirs at law of
FRANKLIN S. PRATT, deceased;
JAMES M. MONSARRAT, Trustee for
SUSIE F. CART-WRIGHT; SUSIE F.
CARTWKIGHT; KATE L. VIDA;
SARAH SAVIDGE; CHARLES J. LUD
WIGSEN; SUSIE E. LUDWIGSEN;
MARY PORTER, MARY ALICE I'OR
'IER, a minor; J. H. MACPHERSON.
whose true and full nnme Is unknown;
A BR AM S. HUMPHREYS; CHARLES
F. PETERSON; EMMA DREIER;
KMILE THOMAS DREIER; ADELE
DREIER; AUGUST DREIER Jr.; ED
WARD DREIER, DOROTHEA
REINCKE. ANNA MARKHAM; W. A.
KINNEY, Guardian nd litem of EMILE
DREIER; F. A. SCHAEFER and CE
CIL BROWN. Executors and Trustees
oftho last Will and Testament ot
AUGUST DREIER, deceased; EMMA
DREIER, Guardian of the persons ot
the minor children of AUGUST DREI
ER, born of her body; F. A. SCHAE
FER, Guardian of the property of the
minor children of AUGUST DREIER.
born of the body of EMMA DREIER;
PHILIP OPFERGELT; JOHN OPFER
GELT and MARY OPFERGELT un
known heirs at law of PHILIP OPFER
GELT; LILIANET L COOKE; A. F.
COOKE; EMILY F. DAY; SEELY I.
SHAW; ANNA L. SHAW, wlfo ot
SEELY I. SHAW; GEORGE F. Mc-
LEOD; THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF HAAVAII, a corporation or
ganized and existing under and by vir
tue of tho laws of. the Congress ot
the United States of America; FRANK
E. THOMPSON; WILLIAM HENRY;
HE BANK OF HAAVAII. LIMITED, a
corporation organized and existing un
der and by virtue of the laws of tho
Territory ot Hawaii; THE TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII; THE HAWAIIAN
ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED, a
corporation organized and existing un
der and by virtue of the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii; MUTUAL TELE
PHONE COMPANY. LIMITED, a cor
poration organized nnd existing under
nnd by virtue of tho Inws of the Terri
tory ot Hawaii; COMMERCIAL PACI
FIC CABLE CO.MPANY, a corporation
organized and existing under and by
irtue of the laws of the State of New
York; EDWARD M. WALSH; HAR
RIET BROWN WALSH; JOHANNA
ADELE DREIER; JOHN BROWN;
JAMES BLACK, MARY PURPLIJ and
JANE BLUE, unknown owners Mid
Claimants. DAVID NOHOLOA; ENt "
JOHNSON; HENRY SMITH, S. M.
KANAKANUI; WILLIAM R. CAS
TLE; J. J. SULLIVAN; nnd COIT
ITOBRON; claimants, Defendants;
You are Hereby Directed to Appear,
and answer the Complaint In an action
cntlttlcd as above, brought against you
In tho District Court of tho United
States, In and for the Territory ot Ha
waii within 20 days from and after
service upon you of n certified copy ot
Plaintiffs Petition herein, together
with a certified copy of this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that un
less you appear and answer as above
required, the said plaintiff will take
judgment for any money or damages
demanded In the complaint, as arising
upon contract, or it will apply to the
Court for any other relief deninndcd
In the Complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Judge of said District
Court, this Fifth day ot
December, In tho year o
(SEAL) our Lord ono thousand
nine hundred and eight
and of the independence
ot tho United States the
ono hundred and thirty
third. A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk.
By
Deputy Clerk.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ss.
Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu.
I, A. E. MURPHY. Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of the United States ot
Amorlca, In and for tho Territory and
District of Hawaii, do hereby certify
tho foregoing to be a full, true and cor
rect copy of the original Petition and
Summons in case of UNITED STATES
OF AMERICA vs. J. O. CARTER, et
als., as the samo remains of record
and on (lie in the olllce ot the Clerk of
said Court.
IN WITNESS WHERE
OF, I havo hereunto get
my hand and affixed the
(SEAL) mu at aald Dletrlut Court
tills Mil day of December.
A. I). 10S.
A. K. MUUP11Y,
Clerk irf United State Dletrlot Court.
Tarrltory of Hawaii.
r
Diputy Clerk.
lfliu!inMMtiHMt..N(. 67. District Court
of tbe U. 1. for the Ttwrllory of Ha
waii. UHltwi BittUM uf AihiiIoh va.
JmhI) 0. Qnrttr, ot iU. ItimiaJm.
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