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editorial Rooms, - 185
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We think our fathers fools, so wise
V Vve crow:
S- Oar wiser sons, no doubt, will think
g us so. Fope.
Solve all problems In the plebl-
nclle ballot by placing the cross
, mark In t ho square opposite "No."
ffHon't call Ug Woolley," Is the
cry of the Prohibitionists. Are they
not prnuil of their agent, and what
he' has Raid and done In their bo.
Everything romes at once In Ho
nolulu. The prise-fighters, the War
Secretary anil tho visiting baseball
men- all arriving here within ten
days, anil two war veselaJHifqwn In
for good measure, shouliiivtyB'e: Uie
jlt! saying that "everybody Is happy
In Hawaii,"' because they are busy.
.After twn ilnv' deliberation on
Tthe exposure hy Illshop Uestnrlck of
Prohibition's false promises, the
organ of Prohibition responds by
callfng tho Illshop a "lloozo Duster. '
It Is the same old story of Prohlbl
'lion, driven to Its usual corner.
gy finding solace In calling names and
W .m......, M
Retirement of Asnoclnte Justice
Moody on account of llb-dealth
makes another change1 In (.lie Qerxon
nel of the Federal 8upronie" Court
jjiat will pass on the famous1 anti
trust enses. This makes three
changes In the court during the ad
ministration of President Tnft,
whose greatest claim to fanui:diay.
be that hn swayed the destiny nr
the nation by his appointments.
Tr Thn ....!.. Htnll.A. llll.t.l llli.d
MV lll.fll.... .UU.I.Gl 111 IIIIIIUi.lf,l
t'nnlog that men who have committed
tnttrderntig assaults offer "In excuse"
that they were drunk or had been
j,, drinking; and the people of Hawaii
(!nquiu tnereroro vote ror wooiiey
and wooueyism. It forgets that the
'?great moss of citizens In this Ter
ritory are law-abiding men. and
f.ihey refuse to promoto further law
lessness by placing the Blamp of ap
proval on the woolley farce of Prd-
EMilbUlon. If Prohibition coinmunU
lies lacKPci or muruererg or uiuruer-
,.nus assailants who made excuses of
f; drunkenness after they were, caught.
!,' Die contention of the blind pig con.
tlngent might be elTecllve.
vMlster Roosevelt has arrived. And
while the Prohibitionists are Joining
In their praise of our great fellow
cjllzea, let them think over this ut
terance from a lloosevolt message.
and gain therefrom an understand-
Ihgfof what Roosevelt would think
of-thelr Prohibition farce: "It Is a
public evil to have on the statute
books, a law Incapable of full en
forcement, bccnune both Judges and
Juries rcallzo that Its full enforce
ment would destroy the business of
(From McKinley High School "Black and Gold.")
(With Apologies to the Author of a
'"ftJapanei Schoolboy's IJetters.)
Editor the Ulack and Ooldy. Off)-
3?- itious orgln of High McKinley
Honored Miss: Dear Sir, I nm
(ideslrlng to Inform you of a visit-
. r m .r(.lnl. I 1. !. ... ... ...... ..
'!. Mit.wi t imc gitvu iu juur cuu-
Btjtullon of' youthful and glrlful in.
Structlons. Karlv In the mnrnlnir
I'jffound me beforo large, blue stony
ludg, . I exstend fronting steps, and
nnd before me elderish with snow
hnre' man. Ho greet me with wnrm-
irjand Spigot: "Come In, Hello." I
enter," with glad, and ho hurryingly
repose me on flatform before many
children: At wink from Hon. sir.
who' I learn are yclent Hon. Prof.
STiott, a young, rdttlsh girl compels
lang on. planow. Audience rise and
sing with many lazy and much loaf,
AJter sing, Hon. Prof, read for many .
length about honesty and do not
SsJTISSaii rnMnn ?m thftnl ! wwit'..a - a i t
Kiivpiuwuii i win uwn uj Hivai
tivui magnet, ab urew uarneggunR
By.ieai magnet, ah Drew uarneggnng ie then led mo Into room called
Kiotuii'ii minimi guuu.i mra cum rnysic jianu; Here lie Say are room '
Jttit wl.H bang nnd Hon. Prof, where Seenyours make umisiidl with Fort ., Merchant fl j
rrt Sl MotiM 9 .Ail
fer Year, riwhetcin U.S .. .. f.oo
Pel Yrr .nrnhm n Cait.1... t.fto
-r Vfkl tuiUI futciftit 2.IM1
fcnirrrd ( th PwtuRicv ai Hmmlum
JUNE 18. 1010
the country for the result Is to
make decent men vlolnterg of the
law against their will and to put
a premium on the behavior of the
wilful wrongdoer. Such n result In
turn tends to throw tho decent man
and the wilful wrongdoer into close
association, and In tho end to drag
down the former to the lattcr's
level, for the man who becomes n
lawbreaker In one way unhappily
tends to lose all respect for laws and
to be willing lo break It in nny
(lovernor Cllllett wins, nnd when
ho tells the true story of why ho
entered tho contest, ho will probably
confess that Inside Information show
ed the scrap to bo n fake for moving
President Toft will let them do any
thing they please with Roosevelt, now
thnt he has his railroad bill and the
Statehood measures over which Coil'
Kiess has bazzlcd for years.
WHAT OF WOOLLEY.
"This has nothing to do with
Woolley," says the Prohibition organ
speaking of the Plebiscite.
Now, that Is Indeed Interesting.
Wasn't It Woolley who went to
Washington for tho express purpose
of nursing nlong the scheme by
which tho people of the Territory
of Hawaii should be robbed of the
right to govern themselves, the privilege-
of enacting their own laws to
iluii-ultli-tlielr own affairs?
Wasn't It Woolley who went In
nt the back' door of Congress to put
throiigh4lie quiet little Joker to fur
ther promote "government by n few
And wasn't It Woolley whd mndo
the threat of again going to Wash
ington to carry on the fight to fur
ther restrict government by the peo
ple within this Territory?
And Isn't It Woolley who Is nnx
ious to secure a vote In favor of
Prohibition in order thut hu may re
turn to Washington with the stato
ine'iit that his attitude toward the
people of Hawaii has been vindicated
and that ho therefore speaks with
authoilty when calling for furthor
legislation ' to further circumscribe
the privileges of relf-government now
enjoyed by the people of Hawaii?
Prohibition Is the serving man of
Woolloylsni, and n vote for Prohibi
tion means to the people abroad that
the citizens of Hawaii have surren
dered certain Inalienable rights nnd
bowed their heads to receive the
yoke of Intemperate fanaticism.
The clear.headed citizens will voto
"No" In the plebiscite and thus wipe
out Woolleylsm, while putting them
selves on rocord for the present law
created by the people of Hawaii and
operating to their satisfaction.
knock me down to smiley young
champ with girlish smile and un
successful shave. "Do you come
from Havad?" he requlle anxiety.
"Ah no thanks," I bluff, "from
"Oh, you are Japanese?" ho snug
gest. "No, I am Hashlmurn Togo you
havo penny traled my disgust," I
Sherlock, Holmes. He grint, "Como
nnd see the bldg.',, ho lllrt and hur
riedly exlnt. I followed my friend
ly axqunlntnnce. He took me up
stair nnd behold me to large room
plus many glass and rubber. "Hero
nre kemmy lalib," he snugg. "Here
are kept those terrible gases hlgh
drogen snu'phtde nnd Sophomores."
"Of whnt use Is them:" I seek for1
"The former nre required when
Freshman luted meeting," he say,
.-"the latter havo no use hen .iiu-nv.
ureu up io uaie JUI1 l'
HOME FOR SALE
This property consists of a mod.
crn 5 room bungalow, on car line.
Modern plumbing; finishing is in'
v nuturnl wood. Lot contains about
10,000 square feet; alligator pear
trees, mango trees and orange trees
were planted some Vcnrs ago and are
f now bearing, Artesian water is se
cured in abundance and at a nom
inal rate from nrivate artesian well
in adjoining lot. This bargain is
only for a short time.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Have You Seen
that ten-room house at Kai.
muki which can be bought for
The lot is 45,800 square
feet. This is a property that
should not haVc to go beg-
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
springy hallnntsvo)mrKiecinc grav
ity. In next roon2Kvsay nre re
cites. On walls hW'friany picture
labell Hull, lllnnchard, 1'. S. Chas.
Soap, and others nils.
"Iu this room1." remark Prof,
nullchard, "Kcnnot Able made his
first Joke. His resiles are Whlttler
than Punch and Tlie Nation;'' i
Ha then lead iito''!o"i)tiier uom
In which nre cllck'r'stl'Wigi-ipiiors
and other awful nfit'clilnW " ,
"Alio commercial oiepdt',"! . Hull
chard note. 1 noil'."1 1'I'then meat
Miss Leana Whlttlcfotfli' largj:, , ge
nius, madam. SH6' Bliille i wlt)i
sweet, Trof. IlulHilufr'd''r'erorjn mo
that she are there 'lo1 collect fees.
Tor why?" I rog'tlilh ask. -.
"Kor teach proirnfrf-'pin'Wenl,:' aro
business response. '''' a"''' ' ' '
Miss Whlttleforll,!,illng;""j nm
power In' school, 'tiiit'o'l success' In
pan ten pupplls." ' ' '" "''
"Unn lllte pineapples,"' V 'rtjr..
"No, can llko lcmohs,"v 'jilst iBiie,
We noxtly visit Mash, room.' nere
I greet, Hon. Dr. Ilullsumo. He re
quite, "No you ore dlagons of ox
cosashedron similar or parallel? Are
third basjo at opposote angels In
X x 2y or 3n-n?" I bow, but do
not Biiiash him as ho are Yankeo, Ho
then dinw lovingly from' desk draw
a black (loot on which he blow
bloodcurllng note, and I run.
Real Estate for Sale
.Modern story and a half house
in good locality $3000
A home in Kaimuki, on car
line. Large lot, with remod- .
, eled house in excellent' con- i
dition. This property can be
. ' bought on easy instalments.
Price 4750 .
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price ,"-
- for quick sale, ' .
, Residence of C. L. Wight, Puiwa,.
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1010
Anapuni St. (2 bedrooms), .,,.$35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) , , 45
For Business Communications
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from eight until ten.
Hon. lliillchard speak, "He makes
halr-rnlslng noise, so to grow tuat
"Why are he so fond of Hoot?" I
"Ilecauso he aro so loving with
nny pipe," he explode.
Wo ncxtly visit Hon. Mrs. Seldom
Sklnncy teach of, and German. She
greet me with scornful modesty nnu
a hurrying retreat.
From below window I bear vio
lent noises from CIgaroot. Pokey
my head out, I saw many youth on
grass chewing such tile coffeo nnlls.
One boy wli. coromy pant nre talk
lustily about 'full house nnd three
In ono kind,, whllo smug lad witil
rosy fare n,6d ah yes.
We iiextly visit Llbbrary. 1 find
large room lined with empty shelves
and pupplls, also. Pupplls are bluff
to read and .clandestinely flirted and
hulling. On? fat fellow are mack.
Ing with sraA.H glrly plus big rat
while talltUIn girls (2) wearing
Secuyour pjs aro fajllug on love
with plctiirofy in books. One small
boy with Kaneohe look are vastly
worry because aro In conversation,
five girls on, whom I one had sepa
rately knscs. . Many countrymen to
mo aro their and 1 nsk, small man
with snlgaront,, "are many Japanese
here?" , He ,say, "There are and
nod am -good either, I.Ike ono, I
played, stonshort on basketball
steam. Humph." .
"Oh -hog,"i 1 bull, ''you don't say
much?" Ho-corrode and leave me.
Hon. Ilutllhard noxt show me of
fice of school papperi
"Whnt are school paper?" I nub.
"Are Institution wheroln two
men's work,: six girls mostly hand
rome get 'picture printed as staff,
wherq teachers aro knocked wnen
eddytoro nre bravo, which everybody
knocks, although he has done no
work and for which no one will pay
unless his pocket aro cracked with
Here nre few verso I composed,
"Oh how we work, and uover shark
So the Ulack and Ooldy will not
, seem old.
4nd oh how we, knock the Fakulty
And have n time to get the stun
(Songspeare pleaco escuscd.)
In hall I meet Miss Do (Single),
and Miss Fazer (uiimarrtcdi, nnd
Miss Tuckey (charmingly). All are
dellte to see 'me and nsk If I are
married, They Invite me to have
Homo chokolate with them, but I arc
Wuroy nnd recline serious conse
quents often attend such Miss Den
mcanour. In Kngllsh room nre' Hon. Knt
Woody, who hall me with happy In
(.miles, "Happy I am to recognose
you, it-clttlio the young grin
Itullclinril point out to mo crleb-
rites uf school. I saw Rose, who al
ways spoke his dogg and Okelandl
Marks who never swoir; Rice, n
man who run foolishly aroung
tracks and has to bo given cups to
stop; Maccnndlass, who heave shut
for living. When he smile I nin
able to see Norton, who can wnrhle
10 mites faster than he can talk.
I'M. Harden nre there who rings
hell, being fond of any kind of
belles. Hggs Whldo nlwoys, Intend
ed by chnrmyyung girl with rat ore
round. Ho are famous for slow
ness In taking cold. Many others
am I forgot.
Prof. llull:hard escort me to step
and Prcs. of Stcwod' Ilody reproach
me to a dance shortly to be hulled.
I recepted with polite and hello sa.
for goodbye to school. Doc. Hull
chard embraced mo affectionately
and looks very foolish.
Hoping you nre tho same, I nm,
(Continued from Pae 1)
This statement was mado In n di
rect appeal for support from tho Ha
Six days later tho prohibition plat
form, sponsored by Mr. Thurston, was
adopted nnd it contained n plank read
Ing In full as follows:
"And It further declares that the
importation of Intoxicating; spirituous,
vinous and malt liquors Into this Ter
ritory, except for medicinal or id-
entlc purposes should be prohibited by
Yet Mr. Woolley asked for tho votes
of the Hawallans who listened tolilm
at Kawalahao Church six days. before
on the deliberate? declaration thnt tho
prohibition law askod for was, not to
"prevent them taking liquor."
If' Congress acted ns tho prohibi
tionists demand In their platform, all
liquor or beer within tho Territory
would bo contraband, on a common
basis with opium.
Mr. Woollcy's methods ot vote
catching have involved him In further
Inconsistencies that perhaps he can
At tho Washington hearing Mr.
Woolley, nft'er declaring that "the
Territory Is very small, rural, feeble,"
referred to tho action of tho Bpcclal
session of the Legislature In January
In passing nn nntl-Kederal prohibition
resolution, as the "stnmpedo ot a lot
of woll-m'canlng, unorganized, friend
ly, easy natives."
Rut when Mr. Woolley returned to
Hnwnll his Idfns on this subject un
derwent n rapid change. Ho stld, ad
dressing an umllunco of prohibition
ists: "I have heard of the criticism that
Congress had -abandoned us to our
own Legislature. Such criticism doss
not bear tho earmarks of careful
thinking. It Is utterly unfair to the
Territorial House of Representatives
and carries n suggestion of popular
Impotcncy thnt Is unsupported by any
facts that are known to me."
In referring to tho Doards of Li
cense Commissioners appointed by the
Governor and who administer the
present law, Mr, Woolley made the
direct allegation at Washington that
Commissioners aro under tho domina
tion of tho saloon. When he returned
to kce- nerfect time' if repair-
ed by us.
Many years' experience in the
watch business places us in a
position to offer to you expert
services at minimum cost.
Appoint us the guardian of
your watch. We will guaran
tee to make it keep perfect
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
ho said "thnt there wai pot even n
suspicion of Much n thing."
At Washington ho mndo this declar
ation: "It has been stated that there has
been a considerable reduction of li
cences on the Island of Oahu. The
decrease, however, has been In tho
country saloo.is, where the pressure
was net great In favor of them and
where the license holders were "ob
cure, weak people, tnd could not en.
force their desires before the Com
missioners." Tho prohibitionist platform was In
troduced at Hi" meeting thnt ndopjad
It by Mr. Thurston, who says tho
Advertiser Is "my paper." On May1
2.1ri) the Advertiser mado this declara
tion: "The proposed law practically puts
the whole Territory under the sort of
liquor regulations that exist on Kauai,
except that the source for wholesale
supply Instead of being local shall be
abroad adding somewhat to tho
severity of the regulations by Increas
ing slightly the cost and difficulty of
Hero Is an admission by Mr. Thurs
ton's paper that (hero Is to bo an un
interrupted supply of liquor from
abroad nnd that tho difficulty of se
curing It will bo 'slightly" Increased.
The corts will also bo "slightly"
MONEY-SAVING VALUES IN, OUR
12x27 at $ .75 doz.
15x28 at 1.50
16x40 at 2.00
19x38 at 2.50
16x36 at 2.25
LINEN, HUiK and SATIN DAMASK TOWELS
:- at Remarkably Good Values
$1.25 values in Spreads for
$1.75 values in Spreads for
$2.00 values in Spreads for
$2.50 values in Spreads for
$3.00 values in Spreads for
A fine line of Imported WALDECK SPREADS
at $5, $6, $6.50, $7.50, and $8.50
All Special Values
Sheets v --
"Hemmed and Ready for Use"
81x90 Sheets, special value, at -'- r: $ .65
81x90 Sheets, at - ' " , .75
81x90 Sheets, worth $1.25, at -' l " 1.00
90x90 Sheets, worth $1.25, at ' - ' 1.00
90x90 Hemstitched Sheets, special fat ;? 1.15
42x36 Pillow Slips, worth 15c, at '- 10c
42x36 Pillow Slips, worth 20c; at - 12 l-2c
43x36 Pillow Slips, worth 22 l-2c, at - 15c
45x36 Pillow Slips, worth 35c, at - 25c
NAPKINS, DAMASK! l
All at Special Values
Yet tho voter of Hawaii Is usked
to support n proposition nt tho
polls, tho chief advocate of which
Indorses a platform that would mako
liquor n contraband, yet states three
days before the adoption of the plat
foim thnt the cost and difficulty of
obtaining liquor will only be "slight.
This Is Interesting, but it doqs not
contribute to tho oonfldenco of tho
volor In the prohlbltloq'.'platform, --
On May 3rd Mr. Thurston's piper
lnado this statement: W
"Prohibition Is not to prevent any
one from drlnklngj It'ls'jiot to pre
vent anyone from Importing; It Is only,
to prevent the sale and manufacture
of Intoxicants and that clearly, Is an,
anti-saloon, matter." j
Hero wS "have thcjfijjrcct,, and un
qualified stnt'emoot tfist' i.rohlhltlon
"Is not to provfnt onydnc.from Im
porting." Y'et tho plnrili;ri the pro
hibition Vl'tttform thai would, mako thu
ImiKirtatlori of n bottl.6 ,ot;. 'wlno or
beer n crime. "?$'
Tho voter enn well nsk""have tho
prohibitionists presented A clear, welt
denned and, consistent .system for tho
suppression of the liquor traffic In
It would he apparent to n blind pig
that they !)nvc not. .
i r n
20x40 at $3.50 doz.
20x42 at 3.75
23x44 at 4.50
24x54 at 6.95
27x54 at 8.95