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The firm ncnr KinRston, -. w
York, where ,!o1,: 15 it: uj. is v, .3
horn, lived for many years mil is
burled, has b-en purchase. I by Hen
ry Ford, who also tim; cs;,.l,iis;ie.l
a fund for its upkeep ns n ni'-morial
(o the nntur.ilist.
LAW AND ORDER
C Y '"k A ' ' T " '
ruse i T.fs
In V U.S.PATENT
fa NN9 1,181,065
SUte they are getting from 50
per cent to 150 per cent more
mileage from their tires than
before the Coffields were In
stalled. Try a Pair and be
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J. H. CATTON
Strength, Energy, Reserve Power
o. s. o.
(Body Building Compound) for
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Blood
Constipation and Rheumatism
Liquid or Tablets, $1. 6 for $5
B. B. C. ASTHMA-COUGH
For Croup, AVhooping Cough, Asth
ma, Sore Throat, Hoarseness and
IJronchial Ailments, iioc
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For Rheumatic Pains and other
B. B. C. CATARRH REMEDY
For Catarrh, Hay Fever, fiOc
B. B. C. HEALING SALVE
For Wounds, Sores, Cuts, P1I03
B. B. C. LAXATIVE PILLS
Relieves Constipation. 25c.
Lihue Store, all druggists and
plantation stores. We pay parcel
post charges on 45 cash orders.
Send Money. Orders and Shipping
Directions to Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
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-Raised from the bottom
-Lowered from the top
-Will stay rigid in the
-Decorates your room.
-Saves expense of awning.
P. O. Box 3135
HONOLULU, T. H.
Honolulu Paper Co.
Wholesale Paper Dealers
821-823 Alakea Street
TRAVELING MEN and
Rates per Week: $17.50, $25,
$30, and $35
Rates per Month: $65, $75,
$85 and $120
i Hpv. Oeo. II. 1) 'Kay, superintend
ent of 1 lie Anti .-a'iooM League of
Hawaii, spok? in th? Libit-1 t'nion
cl nreli 011 Suinluy mom ng using
fer bis texts tils hi-u verso of the
, ISook of Judges unit Paul's words
to the (Lurch r;t Coriiith, "III tlion;
I days there w.is no king in Israel,
I every tn:i. did what was right in
I his own eyes," and "Hut t?ke heed
lest (his liberty of yours become a
stumbling block to the weak."
He s.iid Unit tile two texts show
two widely differing id- ns of fiv?
iloni. One Is taken from a pr'rioil
in the histcry of Israel when there
was 110 noticeable social disorder
and no real serial life in the seine
in which we use the ti 1111 today.
And the resulting social conditions
may be seen by reading Iho Hook
of Judges, especially tl.e last three
Two opposing theerics of govern
ment mi ft our attention today. One
represents a wide sweep ef law
and extension of the fvnetions of
government such rs Involved In U1.5
tiuestion of prohibtion. A government
which he tells as what we may or
may not eat or ilrkk, what kinds
of clothes wo in:;y wear, when or
win re we may go fishing, or a thou
sand other things which seem to
many like an unwarranted interfer
ence with individual liberty. Th ;
other theory is that which says the
best government is one which governs
least, and allows every man to d
as nearly as possible what he lhi::ks
is right in his own eyes.
Liberty Is something to alway 1
be guardeiL carefully, something me 1
have always fought for. Put tru?
liberty Is freedom to do right only.
The decision us to what is right
and best is not in the power cf
any man or any class. It. may m t
always be the decision of the ma
jority, for history shows many il
lustrations of minorities ard ins -joritios
wrong. No man has any
right to do wrong and nil thru tlri
scripture as well as thru history
runs the order: "Thou shalt not."
The speaker said that there is a
condition' In our land today whicii
thoughtful men say cannot coiitium
If we are to hold fast the liberty
we have fought for so long. II
shows ui! intense individualism, and
in a disregard for constituted au
thority. We hear a good deal from
certain people about "personal lib
erty," and most of the noise is made
by those who have done the least
to help build up a stable social or
der and respect for the law. The
whole history of social progress
is one of continued curtailment of
personal liberties, and the man who
stands crying for his personal
rights fi: ds a host of folk who tell
him his rights end right where
theirs begin. '
Much was said a few months ago
about the great crime wave sweep
ing over the land. Many reasons
were given for it, the chief being
unemployment. Hut a recent study of
conditions during the period of un
employment in 1015 ai d 101 G when
the saloons were open, shows that
with all the unemployment of 1021
which was more widesperad, there
was actually much less crime in
the United Slates even with the
much talked about crime wave. Kv
'ery city in the United States shows
a decrease in criue under prohibi
tion, and a decrease in arrests for
The greatest cause of crime in
the world is, and always has been
the liquor traffic. We stood aghast
at the awful toll of death taken by
the world war, but America's share
of it. was less than the liquor traf
fic had been taking for many years.
We often hear about t lie "un
American idea of prohibition," but
really the most conspicuously Am
erican thing in the world today is
America's prohibition law.
No law we have ever ( nuclei! re-
1 wi.iTrif.-AY r-.'.r. -i v
Mlisting or coiitrolliiu; the liier
trHffic was e.er obeyed by th" li
(I'lor men oxneept in so f'r a- they
1 .ul to obey to keep out of tV- par
1 Herniary iiiiil linally th Am-1 ic.n:
I "i pie enacted prohi! ition as is
v.ise.--t and best way 1,, d v.iini, w : 1 i :
til- l.ipior probl -m. AND T'DV,'
ir is no LON(ii:it a ii'i-j;:rii ;.-.
( I' PltOIIU'.l 1 ION PUT OF- LOY
ALTY TO LAW AND OKDi'l;
which today faces us.
Air. Di-Kay quoted Clarence lV'i
row, the noted lawyer or Chii ..;,
v hi 111 lie trio h-ai d te'l an auni
1 nej that the only urguiiieiil ilia;
the wets had (and lie was spe;;i.ine
lor t'.iemi was a man's ric.ht to 111,1,.,
a drunkard or a fool of himself if
h - wanted to.
In closing his address Mr. 1'eK.iy
s.iid that with the passing of the
saloon many fi Ik thougnt the ne d
of the Anti Saloon L-'ii.-ile cca.-e'i.
but this is a mi.Ua;e and (here i
us mui-li need of its activities u.da
as ever. There eis;s a well vi-..;.- -i;'ed
mid finance:! ; .- mm hit n ,1 again .1
prohibition, which is on. hiding :.
campaign uf in isi . presentation, ridi
cile, open violation, and diwiiri;;:M
I'slsi hood in the endeavor to sei 1:1
a repeal of the law. or :. return '.
beer ard wine. As one i I lnsl re 1 - .1
of its falsification it pnMi , oil in
cTi; af: the slatem lit tlu:t j.ive
nib delinquency had i:n reasi il
per cent in IIC'l. Hut .'udge Arnold
of the juvenile court declares that
statistics show less cases of juve
nile delinquency in Y.rll than any
year since 1 :i 1 ." while every other
welfare society gives similar re
ports. The Anti Saloon League cannot b"
allowed to stop now because il must
"carry on" Willi the temperance ed
ucation among the children and it
must give the people tl.e (ruth about
prohibitb 11 in its lien filial results
In his visit to Kauai covering two
weeks. J!r. DoKay will speak in
eory school on the island as well
as to Hid ministers, social workers
and in the churches.
He is speakh g in two to i'iv
schools each day. His address at
the high school on Thursday wli -n
he outlined the plan of the proposed
oratorical contest and urged Kauai
High to go after that hundred dol
lar prize, was a fine exatrple 01
what he says is part of the purpo.-..
of the contest, which is the develop
ment of the art of expression.
This is the first visit, of any cf
l'icial of (lie league to Kauai .since
its organization and the fir.-t ap
peal to Kauai people fflr any fin
ancial assista"ce in carryine, en th
work. Mr. Di-Xny hopes for sull'il
'"!. funds : Ji-ii be make sticli v'.i:.
to each island twice a year.
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AT 1" ETePT ON him
OF JUOGS HJOfiTH !c
MA DC AT !
A ci'v.,,1 iiiy atleinii on l
of .1 ulgo ! Ijorili of i .iinie .-, .
last Sat-ir h.y mornieg.
!-"lil" lilisi-ree'il - a e
ban 11:1 P" 1 in-fore I '.,0 lini
room i'e or. . reh III ly cxiie ii
J'.iilae to .--tep O.l I de , i, 1.
'.real; Hie fio,r.
Not for ' iS "ii'e, ii:r t''
S ile'll til" S Veil se s i ,'
years in his youth e, d 1: s
op -d sharp ey,, sight, even
dark, so he calmly removi
"'lie .',!l(!;',e vie., : : , r 'II 1 !'
ere to o a -,en'--'ree et tor I
a ,i"t:ir: le, '.'., le ! " e
r his ideal fun siiin -in .
Cumnvjhcing Odobcr 4th, and until
fiKLr:; nicc, liic S.S. "KINAU" will
vi irj;n rlo;viu)u on Wednesdays at
o p. . l -lea': oi c:i Tuesdays on her
;cjuhr -chcclule to Kauai Ports.
Sfij will, however, return on sched
l'.c, ixr.vnvt a! Honolulu Sunday a.m.
b. .--Isiaii Sicarj Nav. Co., Ltd.
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r;. iiavies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU AND KILO
h: :. .;.r3 'Commission Merchants
iF.h::. or glsjeral merchandise
. : i n has dvare
I'-ulUi'"::' :,.ie .nr.. .ri e'.-.. . , . t ;ia.-sware. Silverware. Sporting Goods,
' ;' Y.i-k1", l-'ii'e :. i ; . .mmunii ion, l-afes. Hefrinerators,
V ;'' i'ie .. . i Is. ii!i. hi-, I'ainis, Varnislies, Uruslies
(,:' 'bs a -' s. II. rn re, :-;:,ddlcry. Roofing. Trunks,
SuM Cases, lite., Ktc.
l'.iney ii 11,1 Stepe Lines, I-'ced. Mtc.
elites, Toil t Sniipiies, Stationery, Ktc, Ktc. -
l iters ot I'ire. Marine. Compi-nsatioii, Aiitoinoldle and .Miscellaneous
C:iii::di::ii-.u.iralian Koyal Muil Steamship Line
I'pon t'lii'li.-,: .on ii,f, nird mi will be cheerfully furnished in regard
t i ii." oilier lines in which you m:iy interested.
A New Service for the
('niseis Itunle ;;l lite I'ueiidv u vonr ib":i;
llll'llls. 'iltr cliuiee ul' lit i h les ;1 1 n ni.: I fi;i le. I I
il I'llll line ni' Mllllili's. 'i'l,ie llll s i ' " i ; Li oi";
llVJ,icilie tttlil ciillll'iill itlile - ;l is i ,i nss'
iiHMil ul' lirnssiercs.
I will lie ;tl the l.ilme I!. del fur :i few il
(inly. While lii-rc I wieli in .ii:iii,ii en :te,i ,ii
this isltttnl. Anyone in le , i -toil will plrusc call
MRS. E. S. THOMPSON
Mor.nijL'r in the Territory of Hiwaii
for the Larclay Corset Co.,
of Newark, N. J.
, i s
v aimea Stables, Ltd.
At W aimea and Nawiliwili
The Mast Famous Garages on Kauai.
The place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Vai nea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalci, Haena Caves
Our a.itomobilcs are comfortable, our drivers are re
luiijlc a;-d l-.avc heen with us for many years, and
Know every inch of the country.
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we i em roia ars witnout Unvers.
V.'c run the ctaoe l:ne between Lihue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
We do draying and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
A. (JO.MIIX. llur,
Waim ia i!i;..c;i
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CLKM GOMKS, Mgr.
Michelin Tire Guarantees
For lln lirsi liinc in hiiui-y. n lite t.i.a i, u ;',n t ni i-r
litis C'l H l lll lililll in bis uille u !M I, : i c villi lie
lion ami eiinil Vl'l,' lil'.AI.IMI in nr!ii rate any ,ol
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I'li'li' sa I ivfael ii oi mi tin- Islnel uf Keiiei.
.Miclielili jiliees ilu nut resoi. uny . iui . In,- :o
jltslineiils. Till' sali f telioii i imilt into tin' tire a;-. I
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.Mii iiDi.iN coi:i ti i:i:s iieiixct .iui:i: sr.nvni;
iliiin yon cxii'il.
,;7E. 0. HALL & SON W.
I TERRITORY OF HAWAII
v Ciji i. litest prices
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