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.JULY 11, 1910
"I love Hawaii and it pains me to
see her disturbed by such a need
less fight as this (Prohibition). My
church and my people are mv life,
, I am the friend cf every honest man
of any religious denomination, but
- I can not extend my aid or my sym
r-pathy or my counsel to a cause
.which I am certain will result in sin.
in injury, in injustice and lawless
ness. No; you can say for me that
Prohibition by force and by connsca
tion of property and by outside ad
vocacy, is not for Hawaii nei."
A ,.n fnm lit... li I It 1 1 Im, la n vnltl
-' 4 M'lB MM IUIIIUHIUH ID 41 wvv
It- for Hi? mind I'IK with drugged lln-
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fc, UWI ..111. IUUI Ul .. . U.W .1W.
Hawaii's Promotion 3&nrnilltCP
.inlKlit Just ng well close its doors it
(lie Prohibition forces carry tho day.
-t lfnrn'a Ixmliitv i li n t'n r ri I d w 1 1 1 in
i pome niRIi and lorty salllliR -n
t result o uieir wmiinc to Kcc second
Tho Wright llros. are claiming
..rights and Issuing Injunctions, .on
'ovorythlnp: pertaining toJll'lUK ex-
Is 1'ort street between Itnjtnjiln
ni.it Queen streets to continue (o re-
seniblo the business side of a nins-
.fIvo washboard just because the Gil-
man paving ordinance was Killed?
Prohibitionists claim that they ex
'poet the secret vote of people who
'nro promising to voto against I'ror
hlbltlou. Prohibition and ;lirrirz
bo hand In hand, but don't Efl5i 5t
Unanimous elections of -Prcsldont
Ll)laz arc worked out under ajiChcmc.
Oh. ;go eminent liy si few of us.
No matter how tho ballots are mark
ed, it unanimous olo for thcmltrifd
.clique Is nlwajs returned. i
Kvldcntly tho Prohibitionists have
decided that their last hope Is in
'misleading tho voters Into n belle!
hnt their nnlv rhltnrn -In vota
F,. ngalnst tho saloon Is to- vote ior
Prohibition. To, Perjury, Prohibi
tion Is adding Deception.
Two parsons engaged In a battle
with knives over who should oc
cupy a church pulpit. Murder hav
ing been done, what woujd the Pro
hibitionists prohibit' the parsons or
tho pulpits? Or would they havo
tho Legislature pass a law that no
man should allow his anger to rise
above a certain point?
TVjrrhurjitoi! bays " a man can not
trim a mile Id, three jumps." Hut
there Is nothing Thurston won't
tackle in working olT his Prohibition
deceptions. His arguments remind
ono of tho Swede whose friend was
left on tho wharf. "Yump, Yohn,
yunip," yelled tho Swede as the boat
was drawing rapidly away from tho
wharf; "mebe oti can mak' It in a
tooplo cr yumps."
Three days have elapsed, and the
Prohibitionists have not said that
the terrlblo tragedy on the Oahu
Hallway was not due to liquor. Nor
have they said anything about the
Intoxication of one of their Commit
tee of One "Hundred, on a Sunday,
fin a t it ulianrlit li r Inn mtiMt ntnnn
LaMfe Mt,'an1' Ml (J JM tilt It wuuaai,
NJV frouS.vJJ, establishment owned nnd
it' ""HIff'W"l' "er memoers ol me
V Committee of One Hundred.
, At the convention of tho National
'AVholoUIa" Dealers In Cincinnati,
KmlJ Nathan of St. Louis declared:
tYV(!ilJoy)"lia8 no friends in public
and no enemies In private." And
this Is just why prohibition falls to
work. Homo day the fanatics will
K..II.A .tin .I.IkI.Ih. .... I... ........ -
f IttA.l ,1ia anmn na n,liA. ticil.lfa nf man
J VI, h.lV DUII.U UO .(VI. V. ItUUtt, .J, ,llMt
'Sh, AiiiiRo snoum novcr loruin proper
l, use. Legal regulation affords the
!! only real remedy.' III Pubo (Tex.)
IV2- ''Abolition of the saloon will not
ijtaatProvent those who wish to obtain
' f liquor, rrom maKing ineir own
B'oS a 'k l''"''"'1'"!! ilium pigR "r uu
WV pnrtlpR 'it from C.illfornln." U. 'A.
lc certainly not. Prohibition never
jiruuiuuB, aim uiu rucuruoi wiruiuc
Unubrlatcs in the so-cullod Prolilbl
while changing tho method of sell
ing liquor, changes the name of the
saloon, but does not reduce the con
sumption of Intoxicating liquors.
Judging from tho way the market
opened on Monday morning, Ha
waii's sugar stocks ore due for a
period of activity that will enable
the nxchange to again poitpono Its
It Is the Prohibitionists who nro
trying to make out that the ques
tion prepared by Congress means
everything that Congress did not
mention. Having failed to fool
Congress, they nre doing their ut
most to work off their saloon decep
tion on the people of Hawaii,
UP TO HAWA1IANS.
"It Is up to tho Hnwaltans," says
". When Woolley whs fni Washington
ho didn't talk that way nbout It being
up to the Hnwatians. Ho told mem
bers of the Senate Committee Hint
"the local Legislature appears to be
.V'il'iUy.lnc.apablo In.thc matter," nlso
that "the native population needs nnd
desenes prompt nnd powerful Inter
vention In the matter."
Ho didn't think so ery much of
tko Hawallans when he felt he hud
C jngress on tho run to saddle this
Territory with Prohibition. ,
They may now talk of the saloon,
and of what Wool ley did when ho
was brought to tlmo by Attorney
Thompson, also of Wool ley 'b being
ronl-good and tractable when ho
had to be, and of his BUdden conver
sion to full confidence In the Ha
wallans. Uut tho fact remains that tho peo
ple who do. .not voto "No" In the
Plebiscite will directly and Indirectly
give -11161? endorsement to what Wool
ley said In Washington and most any
thing moro he might say when ho re-
turnjv'lis )io; promised 0 j0( t con.
tlnuo tho fight before Congress.
indeed it is "up to the Huwallans,"
whether they will kiss the hand that
attempted to smite them and waits
only a favorable ote to strike them
Hawaiian-Americans of courage and
stamina will voto "No" and thus up
hold tho laws they have made, and
vote down the aggregation that stands
for "government by u few of us."
DECEPTION IS PROHIBITION'S
"Importation Is 'not tho present Is
sue," says Thurston in ono of IiIb
funny und inconsistent articles on the
Yet the platform on which Thurs
ton is supposed to stand, the platform
adopted by tbo so-called Prohibition
Loaguo, reads as follows:
And it further declares that
the importation of Intoxicating,
spirituous, vinous and malt liquors
Into this Territory except for
medicinal purposes, should bo
prohibited by Congress.
How many times do the Prohibi
tionists Intend to rip up tho planks
In their platform, and desert tho Is
sues thoy endorsed In their wise nnd
Since they have changed front so
many times during their very peculiar
campaign, the pcoplo may rest; us
surod that there Is absolutely nj de
pendence to bo placed' ,iW the futurfl
claims that will bo put foj-warjji y
tho Prohibition jrqpagai6 should
should they carry tho Plebiscite oto.
It was a Hawaiian-American votor
who Introduced tho plank ngnlnst the
Importation of liquors.
Now two weeks before the voto Is
to be cast Thurston, ono of tho great
"1 uins" of tho Woolloy-Thurston com
bination, suys that Importation Is not
u present issue.
He throws his Ilawallan-Amerlcan
plank of the platform overboard, In
other words he plans to do with tho
Hawallnn-Amrrlrnn In this Instance
n in many nlhnrn, uno him nt n
fool and then kick him out and call
Tho present Issue from tho Thurs-
ton-Woolley standpoint Is to dutoho
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CONGRESS ANDJIIE SALOON.
The question thnt the otern havo to
pass upon In tho I'loblscltu two weeks
hence Is stated In the ballot its fol
lows.: Shall tho Legislature to bo
elected In November, 1910, pass at
Its first regular session n Inw prohibiting-
tho manufacture or salo
within tho Territory of Intoxicat
ing spirituous, vinous und malt
liquors, except for medicinal or
This tho 1'roblbltlonists claim
means, "Shall wo abolish tho saloon
or Bhall wo not?"
Iiy what authority do tho Prohibi
tionists thus Interpret n question
framed by the Unitod States Con
gress? Does any Intelligent porson bollcvo
Unit tho membors of Congross weru
so blind to what they wero doing that
they would not huo mentioned tho
saloon, If that is what Hawaii's elec
torate was supposed to pass upon?
Tho Prohibitionists expect the peo
ple to assumo that Congress Intended
to bo as weak, viisclllatlng and do-
vlous In its courso as Wool Icy and
Aro wo to Buppose that Congross,
after having received such an elab
orate exposition of tho present liquor
law in this Territory ns Wool Icy and
tho Woolleyltes presented, did not
know that there Is now a lnw on our
statute book 8 by which every saloon
In these Islands can be abolished?
If Congress had wanted tho pcoplo
to pass on this question, tho resolu
tion would havo read to that effect.
Congress doesn't travel the crooked
and doccptlvo courso that has been
mnrked out by the exponents of Pro
hibition In theso Islands.
Tho whole trouble with tho Prohi
bitionists Is that they find they can
not possibly carry tho clector&to on
the. straight question put to Hawaii by
So they aro changing front. They
nro placing an Interpretation on the
nctlon of Congress that may deceive
tho voter. They arc trying to side
track Prohibition and put tho saloon
to tho front," Just ns they did their
best to inako tho pcoplo forget Wool
ley of today nnd Keep their attention
o"n Kamehameha' of former years.
Through Wbollcy they did their ut
most to deceive Congress. They nro
now striving to work out tho same
ganio on tho .Hawaiian votors.
To voto "No" will scttl'o tho Pro
Then tho people of Hawaii will deal
with the saloon and tho liquor t runic
generally us seems to them best
STUART JOINS THE
I.esllo Stuart, who came to Ho
nolulu as a member of tho Mcllao
Stock Company and acquitted him
solf In a credlUible manner while
with that organization, has been In
duced to Join forces with the Casino
Musical Comedy Company, now en
gaged In giving a series of musical
farce comedies ut the Now Orpehum.
Stuart makes his Initial bow with
tho now company In "Tho Thrco
Twins" this ovenlng.
Tho paper that calls Iloosovclt n
press ascnt should read, tho pott's.
Why, man, ho's tho show Itself!
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POLITICS AT . ,
Roosevelt, Plnchot and Garfield Hold
Long. Conference at Sagamdro
NUW YOltK, Juno 24. "Now I
Juxt hnvo a last word to say In Mr.
Garfield nnd Mr. Plnchot, and If you
win excuse mc ror a rew minutes 1
will have a scparato goodbyo for
This tcmnrk by Colonel Iloosovclt
today to the visiting delegation of
rough riders marked tho close of un
ovenlng nnd a morning of political
conferenco between the former presi
dent, tho former secrctnry of tho In
terior and tho former chief forester.
Ttoosovclt linked arms with Gar
field and Plnchot nnd walked around
tho grounds of Sagamoro hill for fully
10 minutes. At times ho roleased ono,
or both nrms In order to ninko nn
Garfield nnd Plnchot at 3 o'clock
In tho nftcmoon climbed Into tho an
tomobllo which had brought Modlll
McCormlck, owner of tho Chicago
Tribune, to the hill, and tho thrco
Wore carried to ow York nt full
speed. Severn! newspaper men tried
to hold up tho speeding automobile,
but had to Jump to save their lives.
Roosevelt refused to make any
comment on nn article appearing to
day In the Oyster Bay Pilot, tho form
er editor of which was appointed to
a warm berth In tho government
printing department by Roosovolti In
this article It was said that Colonel
Roosevelt, Gnrflcld and Plnchot aro
planning to establish a now political
Mr. nnd Mrs. Krancls J. Hcney ar
rived at tho Koosovolt pier on a
yacht nnd walked up Sagamoro hill
Captain Edward P. Ilocrlng of Call'
fornla and Colonel McGlnty of Rip
ley, Okln., rbugh rldcrn,- arrived today
with tho two regimental flags thoy
carried up San Juan.
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Colonel Roofovelt replied that ho
would treasure tho colors always.
Ono of them ho had lent to tho rough
riders for their celebration yesterday.
DESTltOYlXU .ILL; CHOI'S
El Paso, Tex., June 20. Tho, crops
of Yucntan aro threatened with des
truction by locusts. In somo places
thoy havo come In dark clouds suffi
cient to obscuro the bud..
Tho planters aro unablo to combat
thc pests becauso of the uprising of
mo Maya Indians and mo necessity
for taking measures to protect their
lands. Many of the younger men aro
enlisting with tho Mexlcnn nrmy whllo
others nro Joining, tho robcla who hope
to free Yucatan from 'the Mexican
Fort' and Merchant Streets . 'JZ
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