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.JUNE 23, 1010
Not what God "ives, but what He
Uplifts us to the holiest height;
On truth's touch crap life's current
To diamond light.
LINCOLN DECLARED AGAINST
Tho dolllicrntu attempt I that nan
tnndo by tliu ndiocatCR of prohibition
to show tlmt Abraham Lincoln fav
ored prohibition wni shoun to bo
falso souio tlmo ngo tho records of
t!nV Illinois legislature provtnK tlmt
Lincoln voted ugutnst local option
mid also ngulnst a prohibitory law.
Now Lincoln's actual expression
ngnlnst prohibition has been secured.
"Prohibition will work ureal Injury
to the ciiiihc (if (cinponimT. It In it
spirit" of liiUmpcmiire lillhln llilf,
for It piies liiiimd the bounds of rea
son In th.it It utli mpts to control n
man's iippetlte lij li-gNlatlon and In
milking crimes out of things tlmt lire
not crime. A prohibition law strikes
a Idem nt the tcrr principles on
which our pot eminent nils founded
hate iilnii)s hem found laboring to
protect the raker classes from the
stronger, and I ran ncter giro my
consent to such u lair as you propose
to enact. Until my tnngiiu shall lie
silenced In death, I MtllVonlliiue'tO
fight for the rights of men."
LYMAN ABBOT'S VIEWS.'
Lyman Abbott, editor of tho Out
look, lias tho following to say on tho
biblical side of the prohibition ques
"This" (prohibition) "was not tho
method of Jesus. Ho Ihcd In an ago
of total abstinence, societies and did
not Join them. Ho einphnslred tho
distinction between Ills method and
that of John tho flautist, by saying
that John camo neither eating nor
drinking; tho Son'bf Man camo eating
nnd drinking. Ho condemned drunk'
enness, but necr In a slnglo Instance
lifted up His tolce in condemnation of
drinking. On tho contrary. Ha com'
menced his public ministry by mnk'
lng, us n miracle, wine In consider
able quantity, and of fine quality, nnd
this apparently only to add to tho joy'
ous festivities of a wedding. Ho up'
parently used wine customarily, It not
habituully, and before all the world;
nnd He left as a legacy and example
for Ills followers a sacred use of wind
in the tnost solemn service of His
PROHIBITION LOGIC AND BISHOPS
The only reply that the Morning
Mother of Hlli.d rigs has to the
statements ngnlnst tho farce nf pro
hlbltory law by Cardinal millions and
twenty bishops of different denoml
nations throughout4 tho Unlted'Btntes
'published In jestcrday's 11 u 1 1 e
1 1 n is to ilepy that "twenty hlsh
ops are many bUlinps." To the log
ical mind of the prohibition organ,
this is a dlscoiery of tho first order.
Thurston's paper, 'with a com
mendable display of research ability,
has also found that there are one
hundred and, two bishops In -the
Eplssopal Church of America, and
then with convincing finality ob
serves that "lit the African JlctU
odlst Church there are twelve hlsh
ons." The fact that there ure
twelve bishops In the African Meth
odlst Church Is undoubtedly as
strong an argument In favor of pro'
iilbltlon (iff tho prohibitionists'
original dlscooiy that I)rd Balls
burg was a fallur6 as Prime Minis
ter of Great llrltaln.
These threo discoveries by Thurs.
ton's paper will undoubtedly prove
good prohibition campaign litera
ture, but It does not seem quite
clear what bearing the number of
jfgood bishops In the Afrlcau Method
:jili"t Church has upon the strong dec-
"MJttrulIon ugulnst prohibition a wrce
by churchmen like Cardinal Ribbons,
Illshop potter nnd lllshop Satterlec.
To the Morning Mother of llllnd
Pigs, however, It undoubtedly ap
pears In tho light of convincing ar
gument. The fact that there nre
twelve bishops in the African Meth
odist Church, not to speak of (he
others not quoted by the Dull e
tin, Is sufncifl.nt ground to cast
nsldo the statements of Cardinal (lib
lions, lllshop Potter nnd lllshop Bat-
lerlce lo tho prohibitionist broad
Call up Phone 201 is yon aft? hunt
ine for a house. We have botlufur
nished and unfurnished housuPtfor'
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
CORPORATIONS AND ALASKA'S
That Alaska Is a land of opportun
ity, that It offers great chances for
men who wish to develop Its nst re
sources, has beo nacknowledgcd by a
number -of capitalists who luvo boon
endeavoring to tnko over tl? well
stored rnnl lffnrla nlwl Ihft Tilrw.aj In
which" gold, copper and otlur mineral
The Hulllngei--Plnchot dispute was
dun In a nlCasure" to an utteinpt on
tlurpart.ot Interests which are fnmll
lar,rtJth the resources of A!uUa to
grub lands containing vnt mineral
weiilh. lncldcntlly this dispulo tr.3
brought tho people to n better ki-.oi'.l-cdb
than over before l ohsmkoJ of
what Alaska really' Is. With tho Idea
of enabling the peoplo of t'w United
SlUtetl In Hhnrn Itl llin limlnntj nt
Alaska, tho (iovernment nt Wnshlng-
ton must stand for thn conscrvmlim
JikWk .wasHono of :ho pet IdtiM of
ronini irrcsjuent itooiorelt, nnd
mcirvas"tipTield In such n mtiinor
by former Chief Forester 1'Inihot that
hor actively opjioscd 3ecretiry Ilallln
ger's alleged partlcupatton hi ,i con
spiracy lo gnib- tho best coal lands in
"liaMdl.pnggenhelm, tho nctlv-s head
of , (ho Morgue-Guggenheim Alaskan
syndlcnle, before his departure for
Kliron'or recentlv. einrenmol thn nnln.
fon that the United States Oovern.
ment was retarding tho dovelonmcnt
oXlhuterrItory through Its conserva
tion policy. "Just remember," ho
said, "that Alaska Is not ono man's
Innd, or a set of men's land, but ev
ery man' land. It Is an cmpjre with
out a people and Is waiting to bo
people. I would advise our husky and
enterprising you rig men anxious to
succeed, who aro willing to work and
havo backbono and stamina, that they
should go to tho 'magnetic North.'
' Very little, In my Judgment, can
he said of advantuge for the people
of tho United States by adopting oner
ous legislation against corporations'
or Individuals that nre willing 'to
spend their money to dig or to manu
facture, whether In agriculture or
minerals or anything else. Wo Beera
to bo nt n'porlod Of turning tho clock
back by radical legislation, while Ger
many Is adopting tho reverso policy,
thereby rapidly putting thnt country
In the front rank as the greatest com
Mr. auggenholm Ib correct In his
assumption that tho resources of
Alaska must bo developed by corpor
ations, responds tho Now York
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not conquer that Inhospitable waste
nor wrest from its mountuln sides tho
wealth stored there.
It1 Is not necessary, however, to as
sume, becauso the people are Inclined
to guard the Torrltory with some
care, that hostility to corporations Is
going o keep It a wilderness. Kven
Mr. auggctihelm will admit that there
aro good reasons why tho wldo-open
days of the past cannot return.
Tho people's suspicion of tho great
corporate exploiters Is not basec on
tho fact that they aro organized us
joint-stock companies. It is due to
experience which has Bhown In too
many cases an entlro luck of public
responsibility on the part of these or
ganizations. Some of them havo been
dishonest. Many of (hem havo cor
rupted tho people's bervants. Nearly
all of them have operated secretly aud
Let the corporations which want to
open Alaska to Industry and cam-
Have You Seen
that ten-room house at Kai
mukl which can be bought for
The lot is 45,800 square
feet. This is a property that
should not have to so beg-glng.
! Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
TIME IS IMPORTANT
Office-Open Sundays From 8 to 10
mcrco go about it In tho right way
and they will find that thorn Is nu
grcnt antipathy to them, There Is
Just enough opposition to corpora
tions In this country to provoat them
from appropriating to their own uses
tho public domain, and It Is la bo
hoped that It will never grow less.
It does not 'seem to be the easiest
thing In the world to form nn opin
ion on the Innocence or guilt of Sou.
slor Ixirlmer, There hnvo been so
many conflicting stories (old of tho
manner In which fLorlmer secured
his seat In the, Senate that extensive
Invettlgatthg must bo' done to get
at tho bottom of all tho facts.
If Lorlmer Is the victim of n great
wrong, ho should huvo spokvu out
long before this, furnishing convinc
ing truths instead of beating about
tho bush with lengshy speeches and
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H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
FORT STREET ,
demands for exhaustive invcstlgn,-tlnns.
Tho Cook County grand Jury U
still at work on the ruse and l
beating up from tho bnck quarter cm
a line of examination thnt has not
been touched by the Senate. lie
tweon the Senate and the grand
Jury, tho truth will be forthcoming.
Tall fibbing has been done some
place. If Lorlmer Is found to bo In
the right, there aro somo "higher
ups" In the city of Chicago who
ought to bo landed. If tne' Investi
gation proves that Lorlmer used tho
same crooked systems In his Sena
torial battle that he has In all oth
ers, ho should ho tnado an example
to prove that the "good old days"
of .corrupt nnd contented poljtlcs
Andrew Carnegie says tho finest
glrlH In tho coiintry ure located n
(ho WobU That man has courage
enough to referee a baby shoiv.
Real Estate for Sale
i ; Modern Story abd a half house
in good locality ...,.,..,.$3000
A home in Kilimuki, on car
line. Large lot, with remod
eled House in excellent con
dition. This property can be
bouglrt on easy instalments.
25 aoren of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price
Residence of C. L. Wight, Puiwc,
v "' Nnuanu Valley, furnished, for one
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1910
Anapuni St. (? bedrooms) S35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45
Fort and Merchant Streets fiJX,.,
Spooinlly Under-priced for a 10 -Days Stile
Beginning Tomorrow (Thursday) Morning
IT is generally well known that in LINENS we keep only the
best, and at this sale dependable goods can be bought at an
' exceptional advantage.' The following savings can be
effected by taking advantage of these offerings:
Table Damask ,
Sheetings & Pillow Linens
42-in., $1.00, at '- $ .75
42-in., 1.10, at - .85
45-in., 1.10, at - .85
45-in., 1.25, at - ' .95
90-in., 2.00, at - 1.50
100-in2.25, at - 1.65
108-in., 2.50, at - 1.75-
36-in., 75c, at - .50
85c, at - .60
$1, at - .75
Butcher JLinen, .40
Fine Huck and Damask
$2.25 values, at $1.50 doz
at' 1.75 doz-
at 2.25 doz
at 2.75 doz
at 3.25 doz
at 4.25 doz
at 6.75 doz
at 7.50 doz
at 8.50 doz
at- 9.00 doz
at 9.75 doz
at 15.00 doz
18 inVbheck Glass Tow-
' 'elling, at 15c.
18 in., Check Glass Tow
elling, at 20c.
24 in., Check Glass Tow
elling, at 25c. and 30c.
18 in., Pure Flax Towell
ing with Border, at
24 in.,' Liners 'Huck, regu
lar 50cv at 321-2c.
27 in., Linen Huck, regu
lar 60c, at 45c.
18 in., Floral Pattern, 40c
27'in. Flax Towelling, 40c
40 in. Half Bleached Linen
for Ladies' Skirts and
Men's and Boys' Cloth
46-in., 40c, at - $
54-in., 75c, at
72-in., $1, at - .
72-in., 1.25; at -
60-in., .75, at - "'50
72-in., 1.75, at - 1.25
72-in., 2.00, at - 1.50
72-in., 2.25; at - 1.75
72-in., 2.35, at - 1.85
90-in., 2.50, at - 2.00
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Fine Linen Round and
Square Cloths, with 1 doz
full sized Napkins to
Hemmed Stitched Linen
Cloths and Napkins to
match, . . $9 set
""84 Cloths, with'frap-,
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$25 values' in 90x90
Cloths and Napkins, at
$30 values in 108x108
Cloths and Napkins, at
- $35 values in 108x108
Cloths and Napkins, at
$38.50 values in 108x
108 Cloths and Napkins,
Table Napkins, a gene
ral clean up,at 95c, $1.50,
$2.50, $3.50, $3.95, $4.50
$4.95, and $6per dozen
Fine Irish Linen Lawns
32 in. $1.50at . $1.15
1.75, at . 1.25
, 2-50. at . 2.00
3.00, at . 2.50
3.50, at . 3.00
Special 24 in. Linen Diaper
Rubber Sheeting, superior quality, 3& in., at 95c
Linen Squares, Tray Cloths, Runners, etc., in all sizes,
' specially priced
Fringed Doylies, special, $1.50, $2.00 dozen
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