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.JUNE 22, 1910
'Try to secure some part of each
day for meditation; apart from men
we can look ourselves more honestly
in the face, lift up our hearts to
Uod, nnd rive our panting lives a
' 'For n man who lus tlono nothing
wronj; uniunKPr is a ions umo -X'
P5ITuBRta supports tho npon-door Iiol
w u, uui mr mu jun u iiiuh uih in
stead of In.
EjComplttlnt Is mado that a dollar
juocs not no ns rar ns It lined to. There
liieeini) to bo no lack of speed In Its
FetttiiK Btartid, however.
in all of Colonel Roosevelt's
Snpeochos throughout tho Old World
7 YlA nAfaP InltMirwl lt mitilnnt P nt.All.
plnR reform. It Is possible noma of
me signs no Haw discouraged Mini.
TWENTV BISHOPS JOIN BISHOP
HMiop Itrxtnrlck Inn horn abused
"nnd Ills mollies Impugned by the
prohibition orpin because lie tin.
jHweri-d Iti request for n statement on
Jthe (juration of prnhlliltlon. An ut
I tempt has been made to Miow Hint he
standi iilone us u cliurclinian of prom'
turner, opposing tho prohibition pro
pwrnnilii hi furred upon Ilauiill hj
John '. Moollry professional imitat
or nnd iiKcnt whose talents run to
.nurd rhararterhlni; nutl-prohlbltlon-
f'lits us "Kiierrlllasof eill and ttnttd
. Perhaps the Adiertlsrr will now
.direct Its cartoons and coiert
' illllllcatlon at the following men,
h churchmen of national prominence)
who declare uiialteniblc onnosltlon to
gf irohlhItInn, Its acconip.injlilfr eills
and fundamental uroiim
I nm persuailecl that It Is practlr
nllj- Impossible to put prnhlliltlon Into
effect In an' larte rommtiullr. I.aus
like prolilliltlon that are certain to be
violated had best not be made, for In
cessant violation drans iloun upon
11181101' l'OTTElt niijk:
"Oilr prohibitory lnwx, uliotlier We
put them In operation on one day or
on nil da)s, are ns stupid an they are
S.i Ineffectual. .Most of our methods for
dcallnc with the drink nil In our
djij and item ration are tainted with
falsehood, dishonored by essential un
reality and discredited by widespread
nnd consistent failure.''
JlIHIIOl' StTTEItLEE tars:
Trohlhltlnit lias been tried In
other places, and It has been found
iwiinttin;. In Maine, which In pointed
out as the llrst place where prohibit
ory IniiN were enacted, prohibition Ik
lilSIIOl 1)0 AND, of New York, says:
"o such law ran be framed that
will not in ale n popular excitement
by Its aliened Interference with- Indi
vidual llhrrt), nnd Its unfair dlserlin-
InntIon of prhlleire between classes,
or will be used, as It lias been for
jnaii) years, its a means of extorting
motif) bj city ofllcl.ils from violators
k of the law to pun base Immunity."
1IISH0I' M:i:i,V, of .Maine, says:
"The ilabs are simply coteries of
Ljouub men who call themsehes clubs
;und get tocetlier and hnic their hot-
Kvtlcs In their closets. I am sure these
idubs haic it ery bad effect, In that
a young men who tietvr drank at nil
Bpreilously hao done so In the sec.
fcrecy of the club, as they call Hj they
ftwuiild not be Men to drink out a
bur, but they do It In the club rooms.''
UinilllSIIOr Jli:SSMi:it says:
"I do not ybilk'ie that we ran re
orm nieu by law. l'rohlhltlon, ac-
cording to ui.tity ohsenera, actually
IhrluK more ll(tior than the open sale
of lutoxIraiitN under the proper police
(JJIISHOr U.M.'.N, of enark, . J
"l'rohlhltlon would It ad to the
formation of dubs which could not
he controlled,, and which would be
.more dcmorallilntr than uiloous." '
MU1SII01" .IOII,NhT(IN, of Texas, snysi
Infringe upon the rights of the men
engaged In the liquor trnfllr, for I
belleie that they lime ns much right,
under the law, to sell liquor ns I have
to preach." .
UIS1I0P ailAFTA.V, of Wisconsin,
-I rnnnot agree with those who
think that the taking of wines, clc,
In moderation Is wrong, because the
process of fermentation Is one of
(lod'u rreatlre acts, and the dNIne
-Master of the Christian religion
turned water Into wine."
IllSIIOf 1I()1'K.A, of l'lilladelphla,
"You cannot legislate people Into
being good, nnd prohibition does not
accomplish Us desired end after all,
as witnessed In the state of Elaine,
wnicn is anything but it closed state
fxrcpi in name."
IIIHIIOI illAI.!.,- of JVrrmont.'sAis:
, "Prohibition drives underground the
mischief which It seeks to enre. mnk
tag it more difficult to deal with the
nil aud Impossible -jo regulate the
mine, as, ior iniianre, in inepinllty
of liquor sold."
1HSIIOP iVHITTAKKK s.ijs: '
. "The trHe meaning of the word
temperance has become ''dwarfed and
.nirrowcd from Christian self-control
to that of total abstinence from Intox
BISHOP (JAILOIl, of Tennessee,
"Such n drastic law as prnhlliltlon,
imposlnga special theory of morals
upuii u community, must iierome a
prpijiciitGinxjDE deception iiml lying
ami Edtiri-sfecJt for lair, wlilch are
rrprse "llfail'lrfteiu pern nor. Inieinper.
ate legislation Is ns .bad ns the In
Jrmp'ernte user of food iiml drink."
MMiOP 'FOX," of. Green ll.ty, Wis,
"I do not think there nrn (lnt I. Mi.
'ops in 'tho' country wh4 aro In furor
of."Brohlbltlou.r . .
IIIS1I0K OEillK, of Jlhodo IsLind,
'says: ' ,-
'Prohibition lias been disastrous to
thc'cuiise of tempentuie."
ilISHOP .SPAI.DI.Nn, of Prorli, III,
"There Is n law .f liiiuiau nitttre
that excessive pressure brought to
bear on any special form of moral
evil results In ot!ur mils: mid now
when various lulluencei are dlmlnlsli
lug Intrmperanco In America, there
seems to bo no suflklent reason for
culling upon the .state to prohibit the
manufacture, and tale of alcoholic
IlISHOP POKY, of Iowa, ;nld:
"There Is just ns cinch drunkenness
under the prohibitory laws (In Iown)
as there ever was before. Prohibition
docs not prohibit. I Jmvc lived In
live slates, where It failed utteilj. The
drug stores became the urinous. Four
thousnnd druggists In loivn took out
got eminent licenses to fell whiskey,
and it Is to 'bo supposed that they
would not pay $!' for tho privilege
unless they really meant to sell whis
key." IlISHOP CIIAS. 1). WILLIAMS niys:
"I do not believe absolute prohibi
IlISHOP Illtfnr.Y, of Arkansas, says:
"Spenklug generally I halo also this
objection 'to prohibitory movements
In the Interests of nnr form of right
eousncsK, that it Is an attempt to
build upon the sand and u resort to
tho evil of tyranny that good may' be
accomplished. I am profoundly con
vinced that tho superstructure which
prohibitionists nrc seeking to erect
will not stand."
IlISHOP DOMMIUK, of West Vir
ginia, says: ,
"I most earnestly protest against
threatened prohibition legislation."
LORD SALISBURY ON PROHIBI
With tho narrow xoal. character-1
Istlc of tho prohibitionist cause, a
correspondent In tliu Advertiser, con
cealing hla Identity undor tho Blgnu
ture of "Ultlander;" proceeds to blur
the memory nml abilities of the Into
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For Basinets Communications
t t i
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from eight until ten.
Minister of Urltuln wild, that ho
"would rather eo .nngland frco than
sober." Tho osaertlon ts nlso made
that the Church of England supports
candidates (for parliament "who also,
alraostW'lthout exception, vote solidly
In the Interests of the drink trade."
The "Idea" that Lord Salisbury
mado a remark to which the prohibi
tionists take, exception is, of course,
stilPclent, for a general .attack upon
him extending even to tho success
of hlit administration of tho foreign
policy of tho Kmplre.
Hero Is what Lord Salisbury did
say on tho fundamental wrongs of
"You wish to prevent .1 rertnln
number of people from getting drunk.
Therefore you ask us to prevent four,
llvo or six times ns many, who nrc
sober consumers, from having un. op
portunity of the free Indulgence to
which they Jinvc a right. Why lire
we to punish the Innocent In plan) of
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Many years' experience in the
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Appoint us the guardian of
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the guilty. The rich who possess, or
ran possess, wine cellars, are free
from the atlarlis of the prohibition
reformers. It Is the poor, the work
ing people, that the law Inconven
iences. This kind of legislation Is
absolutely of n class character."
,lt does not seem possible from
tho prohibitionists' ylewpolnt that
Lord Salisbury . could hnvo even
achieved to trifling success whllo
holding these views.
A horso ate n Nebraska woman's
hat tho other day. And yet they talk
about horso sense. Springfield
Somo men loudly demnnd JuBtlco
when softly praying for mercy. Tur
ners Falls Reporter.
Nobody else really knows how It
feels to be tho Czar, unless It' Is a
dog with u bunch of firecrackoM tied
to his tall.
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A home in "Kaimuki, on car
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Furnished, Possession July 1, 1910
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Lord Salisbury bciuuso "Ultlander"
?!, would bc.tlii) lust to curtail orluts "uu Idea" thut tliu former Prime.
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