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For Good Furniture
. . LIMITED '
geo. 4. martin;
Business Suits (or $25.
Fort Street, Oppoiit. Catholic Church
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny Lace, by the yard, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDQ.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street t
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block.
Beretania and Fort streets.
The Paris Craze, at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING1 HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist, -1154
Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu, T. H.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vfeh Ying Chong Co.,
King St-.'Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
' KING ST.. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
j FRAMED PICTURES
for Gifts at
Wing On Chqng's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
GOODS . ,
WING WO TA1 & CO.
-841 Nunanu Street ' Phone 266
And 'Cloth of A.Y Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG,
P. 0. Box 061 Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
'Oriental Meals and Chon Suey un
stairs. (Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Nipht
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yeelipp&Co.
ci.au inuu iit.n
The art of nrintlna wall pa.
pcra has made such Riant
strides in the past few years
that the man of modest means
can now have on his walls
handsomer papers than those
which only a short time n?o
were to be, seen only m eie
A" visit to our wall paper
show room will prove a treat
to all and a- revelation to
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
177 So. King Street
is such a piece of fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
. & Co.,
113 HOTEL ST.
$3 per Hour
. AND SHOPPING
Hack Calls at Hack Rates
C. H. BEHN
Your machine will be ready foi
jou when we say it will bo. We
don't experiment. on antos; w rapair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUUDDII.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
AUTOMOBILE TOPS and REPAIRS
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
J. W- KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
vour store or residence for
lights or telephones.
Union Elcotrio Co.,
Beretania St, Harrison Bldg.
Fresh Milch Cows
- For Sale ,
Telephone 109, ' , ,
Will do it
Pau Ka Hana
i ' If . .D i I'M'.
( i J J t ,
At Your Grocers
agsyBULLETIN' ADS PAY-
mi twaaw wi
Evils Of Prohibition
Is Theme Of Divine
REVEREND WILLIAM WASSON IN PEARSON'S MAGAZINE.
(Continued from Yesterday.)
15. "Thai it In Yirts than useless
In attempt tr nbollsh tlio saloon
until ftoiiie.sulfoblcnliiRtltutloii tin cs
tahllxhoil ns n substitute.
Tho lives nt thp Brent majority nre
dull ii nd monotonous. Tlio propor
tion of plea-iure anil leisure lq mea
ner mnl IriHiiMt lent. This Is ns trim
of rural ns pf urban life, but It Is
too largely truo of tlio uuissas every
where. Anil whatever will lighten
mnl brighten anil ehecr tholr lives
wltliotit tou nrc.it n rarrlflcc will not
lin rtiullly BiirrcndorPil lu I lie Inter
cut of n qucMlnnnblo moral reform
If men en n not get this) pleasure
openly, they will eel It surroptl
tlously, nlid even If It could bif taken
from tlieni by force, they would ro-
sort to substitutes which. In all llltc.
Illiood, would bo fnr more Injurious.
The saloon exists because there Is
a demnnd for It. A prohibitory law
certainly does, not remoo this tie
mand, It does not eradicate, the so.
clnl Instinct and the deslio to ilrlnU
that lln barlt of the demand. In
short. It does not destroy a tingle
one pf tlio clement,) that constitute
tiff I) To njul power, of Die siloon. It
ilii'H not lutioiluce Into tlio roininti
H.I 11 single element that nets as
in antidote for tlio saloon. The
.iolo root of this Institution re-
tins In tlio community Intact, un
ci, iturbed anil vigorous. Under those
clrcuniKttiiiiCH It lb Inevitable that
the s.iloon, In one form or another,
will continue to none ItH ustiiuers.
Law enforcement Is, In the long
run, dependent on public sentiment
Mori-oxer, publla sciitlmeut. In order
to make lUolf felt, must bo nctho,
alert and persistent, A mere vaguo
wish that tlio law bn enforced Is not
enough. Tlio wish must bo follow
eel up by well-organized client
When jim find n community In which
the government Is 1 lug ridden unit
corrupt, It does not mean that tlio
public sentiment Is In favor of such
conditions. It means that public
sontlment Is Impotent because It Is
cither Inactive or unorganized. Thus
It occurs that small mlnurltles ctut
defy, and arc today defying, tlio will
of large majorities.
Just how much of (his active and
determined public sentiment Is re
quired to Insure Btrlct luw enforce
ment, depoi.ds largely 011 the charac
ter of the law, A stringent, harsh
sumptuary law. like prohibition.
could not bo unforced unless it luid
011 Its side un almost unanimous pub
lie sentiment, lgilaut nnd well-nr
ganlzed. Such a law has all the
odds ng.llnt It. It has an uphill
job from the outBet. rtinilc nmcinis
are, as n rule, fur nioro Inclined to
heed and )lelcl to the voice of pro
test ngnlnst tlio enforcement of a law
of this Kind than llicy are to mako
nu extraordinary often t to enforce
the law In obedience to tlio demand
of tlio other side. Under state-wldo
prohibition, there are many commu
nities wheie the majority sontlment
Is strongly apposed to enforcement,
and even prohibitionists admit that,
In such conimu til ties, the law be
comes a mero farce.
Hut even under thd I-ocnl Option
) stem, which Is supposed to Insure
local majority rule, prohibition, In" a
great many Instances, does not ac
tually represent a majority of the
electorate. Ami the reason Is that
at a Jo;al option election, n consid
erable proportion of the votois do
not mark the oxclso ballot ut all. In
the writer's own town, the vote on
the license question, during the Inst
fifteen jears, has uhwiys fallen from
12 to UO per cent, short of tiro total
vote cast on other questions nnd for
cundldates for offices. During the
period In question tlio town has been
carried for no-llceiibe n number of
carried lur itwutciiw u huihkvi ....
times, uud lu every Instance by a
nllnorlty of tlio total voto polled,
Moreover, (ho public sentimont In
favor of prohibition is not oi.ly not
strong enough lu quantity to onfoico
the law, but even what there is ot
It Is not of the right quality.
The grent majority of thoke that
vote for prohibition are full nf soul
and enthusiasm up to the time ot
the election; but after election their
enlhuslium die's out, and they leave
It (o otheis to nttei.d to the matter
uf law enforcement. They think
that In merely custlng their'ballntg
for prohlbltldn-thoy have done their
full duty nnll saved Iho country. The
writer fcns watched the prohibition
Ista In his town, for Bevon years, uni
he can testify that not two per cent,
of tho men that voto for no-llcenso
ever lift n finger or contribute one
cent to have tho 'law enforced 'undor
Thd prohibition public sentiment
Is of that cheap, shallow, emotional
variety that exhausts llbolt In nil
mai.nor of historical performances
during1 tho campaign. Over against
the Inherent weakness of this prohl
bltlo.i sontlment Is tlio public seuti
in cut opiioued to tho enactment and
to the enforcement of the piohlul
torv law. This sontlment Is ot a
very different kind from tho other,
There Is nothing frenzied nor his
torical about It. Hut- It Is deter
mined, actlvo and - persistent,
knows what It wlsliea and. what Is
morn to the point, It knows how to
get what II wishes. It doesn't ex
haust Itself before election nor grow
tl.iltnVrnnt nflHr plot 1 loll ttlllppih
ns soon ns the towirgiiM flrv," this
nntl prohibition sentiment begins In
mouse Itself nnd vvnrni up
A man III a '"dry" town vvlhe
a drliil... nml io knows vvhero ho
ran get It, Tlint man Is fur morn
Interested in getting Ills drink than
his prohibition neighbor Is In pre
venting htm from getting It And
when )u multiply tills one drink
er by n number representing half
or more of the male Inhabitants of
the community, jou hne an Idea of
tlio relitlve strength of Hie two
Muds of public snitlment and. If
you have any power of Imagination,
ou know why prohibition does not
prohibit. There Is said to be n good
deal of the mitln about human i.a
t lire, and n niolilbltmy luw U beau
tifully ndapteil to bring on' (he mule
quality. People, resent tlio Idea of
being held up by u lot of hysterical
wnntoii nnd meddlesnnio men who
roncelva It to be their right mid
duty t6 regulate the personal habits
of their neighbors. " I
Prohibition has not only failed to
accomplish Its avowed object, but Iti
tins been the greatest obstacle to
true teinperal.ee reform In this couti-l
try during the Inst fifty jears. Other)
nations are far ahead nf us In the
way In which they handle the drink
question, and one le.ison Is that they,
luiye not been so much disturbed by.
"tenipernnro vvnves." Prohibition nt
tcniptx )o do that which In Impossi
ble mid prevents tlio doing of that
which Is possible. It the lqunr
problem. In Its legislative aspects, Is
over going to be bolvcd, hn so)utloi
must bn found along the Hue of reg
ulntlon, and the sooner we' set our
feet on the right path the sooner
we shall reach The desired end,
Nothing is more certain than that
every Stutu and locn community In
which prohibition nqw obtains will
Ultimately have to return to tlio P"l-
Icy of regulation, and Just so long
as the prohibitory Invv remains on
tlio stntuto books, Just hi long will
(ho day of reformation bo deferred,
Prohibition Is like the quack do:tnr
who ran not euro tlio patlnnt him
self and will not allow nnybodv elso
to take Ili6 rase. Tlid-UlcaUlt. Jilft-
tcrlruT cnifc.iilTi Is Itself ail ohitntlo
to 1 e form oven In places wliero the
license Invv obtains. It is a "drain
on the "moral energy of the commu
nity. It creates contention, confu
sion mid bitter Hrlfo. It nttracta
mid lends o'stroy many woll-lntcn-ttancd
but unthinking peoole", Vhoso
Interest In moral reform and whose
zeal nnd enthusiasm would, It wise
ly directed, be of great valuo to Jho
community. Tlieso people become
Infatuated with a blind faith In- tlio
power of prohibition to regenerate
toclcty, and they will listen to noth
ing tjlse. If ipu suggest to tlieni
eomo proposition of reasonable re
form, they fly oft Into n rage and de
nouueu jou as a traitor to the cnun
tiy nnd an encni) of religion.
Prohibitionists not only refuse to
support, but actively and bitterly
tight against, every plan nt excise
reform that does not go tu their
extreme. It, must be abolition ir
nolliliiRi Ihelr motto Is iiilo or ruin.
In their blind zeal (hey actually re
joice lu Iniquity. v The illsieplitublo
saloon Is far mora o their liking
than the decant saloon, for the more
disreputable the saloou the niornmi(
munition for the' campaign. If nl
saloons wore made decent nnd order
ly, tlio bottom would soon drop out
of the prohibition movement Tell
.,.,,, ..... - . , .,.
' prnl.lbltio.ilst tha such nnd si th
n salopn Is certainly n respectable
place, nnd jou arouso his (lercest
aneor. Ho would rather hear, that
a murdor hnd been committed la oue
of the "hell holes." In his estima
tion tho rcspoctnblo saloon Is tlu
very worst kind, ns It deceive and
beguiles tho unwary joutli to blade,
Tho renl character of tho prohlbl
tlon movement Is thus toon In the
way tt reacts on tho prohibitionists
themselves. They throw truth mid
I canon nr.d expeilenco to tho winds.
nnd often icsort to tho most on
tomptlblo nnd disgusting methods to
gain their end. Soma IJmo ngo. a
traveling salasmau who lives Ip u
town In (he Middle West, was to
turning home frotp n trip. Oa ar
riving at his station, ho noticed (hut
n no-llcensq parade wua In progresi,
It was a long procession,- made- up
of women nnl ohlldrer. They car
ried banners and Hags, nnd sang
"temperance" songs, Kvery child
woro a budgo on which wcro Hie
words. "Yolo for us; wo cau not."
At tho end of the procession were;
several flics of children dressed In
rags and tatters, One of theso. a
boy, carried a hugo banner. Print
ed on tho banner, In largq letters,
wcro (heso words; "My father Is a
drunkard." Pur friend (ho sales
man looked at tho banner nnd then
happened to glalice ut the boy. find
H delily an expression of amatcuieut
e'lfl ".r ht" fi", Ml, bi'-.V'rs;
thftuir,'T'rf,'r-r6vN. he nn up ti
the ziP'ti bsnnw hfsrMr ana,
gra-plns him bj tf.r arm, f-cliiin
ed "My Oo.l, what are yon dnlns
here, tny Iny? It was thl" cet.llf
mftn'a own win (hit, liad bfon clrejw
cil up In tlicfie rags by the Rood
I'lflimiAr'inpn' unmAti nrwl innt nut
to rarry this Innner of Minmn and
Inlinlllitloii through llm streets, This
exhibition Is n simple of the meth
ods rntp!ti)cil by prnhlbltlonHtR to
gnlii converts In their rnlise.
If llieso rhlldreli tenll) had drunl.
fliifniliers. It wan unspeikably bru
fal mid cruel in mako curb n sperta
ole of IhPln before tlio public. If
their Millets WDio not drunUnrds,
(lie whole thing was n cheap, the.it
ileal performance deliberately In
tended to 1 reato a false Impression
011 the public mind, A.id nil- thin
ftmiil m.il vulgarity In the mime 'Of
tPinperan e mid religion!
(To he Continued.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jul! opjHulu Hotel St. Fun til
European Plan $1.00 day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure,' furnlth.
ingicoit $200,000. nigh clan hotel
atmodente rates. Centerof theatre
nd retail district. Oncarllnettram
ferrlng allover city. Omnibus meets
all traim and t teamen. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "IraweU." ABC Code.
What You Should
' Drink '
is obtainable in its highest
excellence and is correctly
served in attractive surround
ings at the ever popular
C.'J. MCCARTHY, Prop.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
Haleiwa For The
Speciai Rates or Teachers
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Klno'turntshed rooms, 11 per day
$10 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAI6DELL, Prop.
First-class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERQIN. Pjop.
on i . .
FOR' SALE AT ALL BARS
. TELEPHONE 1331
THE ORPHEUM "BURNED.
' IS STILL ALIVE
Delivered to residence
and 'Offices t'25o )ei
hundred in 10-lt. loti
W. O, BARNHART,
111 Merchant at
'nanufactursd from pur distilled w
r, Osllvartd to any part of city
DAUU ICC ip ELECTRIC CO.,
ctawaU Talnghpn ia
, lutflr-Island and 0. 1W &,U,8blpplnB
booka fur sale at tuo Dullotlu
uClco, 60a each,
WAJTTO I TO LIT
Vhlle tnolorlng or drlvlug towanla
llwa or Wnlalua, you to calf nt
the Walpaliu Exchange and par
take ot (heir liquid refreshments
lo clem. mr throat from dust,
We uUn handle the liest hi tlio to
bacco lino. 4CI9-tf
Ambitious men mid women to pro
paro for better positions ami larg
er salaries. Apply for list ot
positions to Hawaiian Agency cf
the lnternatliiii.il Correspondence
rkhool, at 1139 l'ort street.
flcntlcmnn to Join two othors In es
tablished bachelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost of living. Apply
123," Ilulletln ortlce.
Everybody to use tlio large nickel
pad for school and .figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for five cents, nt this oltlce. tf
Clean wiping rags nt the Ilulletln
Japanese Cooking School, l'amlllea or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. At.
Mattlc, 14G7 Atlld I.ano. Tel. 1GC4.
At Oceanic wharf this morning, n
bead handkerchief .bag. Finder
please leave at Ilulletln offlce.
City Clothes Cleaning Co'., Ko. 4 Ma
sonic Temple:, Alakea St. Clothei
called for uud delivered.
Phono 0 and ask for Car No. 482
l'rcd Noyea new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar. Alwajs ready.
For hire, aoven-seated Packard;
pbone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tf
Piano taught lu six mouths; 3 a
month (8 lessons). Special atten
tion to adult beginners. "Music,"
this offlce. 4622-lSt
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
Piano. Twenty-live jearB' experi
ence. Rapid progress; thorough
training; perfect touch, time, fin
gering and expression. 23C Klnc
street cottago In rear, opposlto
Hawaiian nicctrlc. Interviews 2
to C, Saturdays excepted.
W. Karl Vincent ,
Prof, of Musio Lessons in Singin;,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Resli
denco and Studio, 1GG0 Emma St,
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p, m.. Bat
iirdays excepted. Operating, 8-lt
a. m., 30 p. m.
f none 33.
A. R, ROWAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 ra.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
Chas. R. Frazier
rMinnn 371. 122 Kin It.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTARTR AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE ,
Phone 179 Night Call 1014
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St..' Opp. Saohs
All the Go
RYOROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
Phone 510 .
Blx-ruoiu furnished Jinimc; modern
In every respect; $CU per month,
lleretanla street, bear Punahou.
"K. 1C", this office. , 4672-H
Clean furnished rooms; to week,
ftur. night. 1281 l'ort street.
Two furntihed rooms. Apply Mrs.
U. McConntll, 1223 Emma Bt.
Housekeeping toonu, Cottage Grove.
Tluinn Ids' 4021-tt
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms aud cottage,
with or without board. lost
Nuuanu Ave, near School Be,
Prices moderate. 4460-tl
One. large, furnished roonw with or
without board, for two nurses,
private family, MnklM. "8. 8.".
Ilulletln n (lire. U20-GL
Neatly furnished rooms nnd board,
1tti0 Cmm.i street, oppolte ltoyal
School. Mrs. Annie tlnbe, prop.
Hoarding by day, week or month.
Mrs. Uunzel, 118 Vlnejnrd. .
The Trauso envelope, a tlme-savlnc
Invention. No addressing neces
sary lu sending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tf
Oasollne launch, two outrigger canoes-and
fish nets for sale cheap.
Address P. Johnson, Ilonoullull.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, soM
and exclmnged. J. Carlo, Tort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Ilulletln offlce. tt
New automatic Singer foe sale; cheap.
"Ar II.", Ilulletln offlce. 4092-tt
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week:
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
'ting Co., Sachs Hldg., Tort St.
Tauonese Employment AuociatiOB,
Maunakea near Atsl Theater- Call
UD phone (97 If ou want a cock,
good boy or servant!.
fee Dins; See-Plumber and Ttnimitk,
Bmlta SU bet. Hottl and Pauabl.
' WE USB
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping'
THE POND DAIRY.
1 1129 Fori St.
PINE ROLLS AND BUNS. "
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BESZ HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rlne np 1B7.
ASK VOUR OROCER FOR
The World's Best
For the Victor Talking
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
160 Hotel St. Phone 218.
- BulletlifSusineJs Offlce Thone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183
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