OCR Interpretation


Evening bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1895-1912, July 21, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82016413/1910-07-21/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 4

Kn 4
EVENING DULLETW, HONOLULU, T. H.. THUflSDAY, JULY 21, 1910.
w i
Rr
USENING-
BAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Sally every day except Sunday. Weekly iuned on Tuesday of each wetk.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wallace R. Harrington,
SUBSCRIPTION BATES
UVU1SINO UUL.I-UTIN
t Per Month, anrwhere In U S 7A
(P Quartet, anywheitlnUS,.., 3,oo
JPei Year, nlittt Inll.S H.oo
iPtr Veal, post.id, foreign 13. oo
c
CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
i in the Territory
Xl I Editorial Rooms, - 185
f w.. ,j.
J
THURSDAY
U- :
"I am not going to be foolish
enough to try to minimize the evils
brought on by the misuse of intoxi
cKtmg drinks, BUT WHAT STRIKES
ME IN THE PAPER AND PAM
PHLETS CIRCULATED IN ADVO
CACY OF PROHIBITION IS THE
EXAGGERATED AND UNFAIR
STATEMENTS MADE. Sentences are
printed with some famous man's
name at the end of it without any
reference to where the quotation
may be found." Bishop Kestanck.
1
Mako sure that ou tote Aole No,
mill that jour ballot Is counted.
Sr.epiiellu'g airship factory In doing
,1a lrlli)K business In realizing on
ft accident Insurnt.co policies.
p J
llllril 1'lgs and aoernment "by
p Commission go hand in hand Vote
them out of Hawaii bj otliig No
r! on Prohibition.
i'rohlbltlon docs not prohibit nud
J",
'i never has Win cln Prohibitionists
persist in flaunting blatant untruths'
I f before the Intelligent oler?
They ore calling for Ko6seelt
throughout the West, and Theodore
has no hesitancy In responding that
lie 111 soon be there with bells on
The mori.lng organ is as com-
plcjcly blind to jacht thcc cablencwt.
t us Tit Is to average sense lu dealing
B'wljli the problems of the liquor
train c.
Who (ould think of a more oppor
tune tlmo to stir up a Central Amcr
. icrfn rumpus than during the Presi
dent's juchtlng tour and while all
t official Washington ictuses to get
(busy?
lM
r,( Olillu lliu I luiliuiuuii iuill,miBi
ir.'ers nave promifceu numerous stums
the last week of their campaign, it
!-,ls 'well to be on guard against the
'Mrlt.kn uhlrh fhnv mnkn vtrtnmis he-
El-' r.uifcn nf thpli nprpaKltlea. -
Slr.niDp Imi'l II. (lint thn Prohl-
iVlilttnn lpnilnrn nt.il nmprmnunt li
c. -.....-. . . .-.
Commission leaders should bo bo
1 nearly Identical Arid tho Prohlbl-
tstlonlsts declaro that the) have noth
ing In common with Government by
Commission
'l Kauai doesn't have to ote foi
Prohibition to eliminate the saloon
I It is a standing refutation to the
iiclalm of local Prohlbltloi.lsts that
ioni must vote for. Prohibition In
(order to declare against tho saloon
i4 Honolulu should Join in the pleas'
urq experienced by the Supervisors
jn (Indlng thut tho 'round-Ouhu road
Is In good condition nnd steadily Im
proving That belt road Is one of
tho best tourist assets of this city.
That collapse Uncle Joe Cannon
EK BUMl'll'll II lJV U.ljn HHU IHUO. u,-
ktn.l WA.I n ? .In. a. .. ... . D , ll.ljll
K." linnn ....n n I tl a n Xil I ,1 fl ' . I fl U t tl fl t
4 lfTiJII UIIU 111 ItIO IIIIIIIIHIj ,,...
i prcicdo his storming tho ramparts
of his enemies. The Speaker of the
! Houso Is by all odds the livest dead
: oiio the country has seen In many
i years.
1
'Judged by tho preliminary move
incuts, tho new land law Is a good
'jjino for the Territory to become sep
arated irom us puiinc lanas in ine
isliortest possible time. It Is to be
Lhoped that the checks and safeguards
rwill develop us order Is worked out
?. of 'tile present riiBh for land.
W-,
W ' Piohlbltlon campaigners go up
iiuil uowu tna country caning un
who do not believe with them, agents
of( the low saloon and children of
Sth'n evil one. When called to ac.
(count for their Uclous'methods, thoy
Kinyariauiy cry ".mo rair; jou snouiu
inofUreat our motal cause In such
iSiharsli manner."
iTho question before the voter Is
whether he wuutn the next I.eglelu
Quro to pass a Prohibition law Tho
(Saloon can bo eliminated under tho
''present law If PiohibltloulBts have
aUionest cause to bo won by nonesi
' meilioiis. will' llti uii'y n'lirjiu-uij
lnfcrojjretent tho eltuatlnn In, t,liclr
; literature and their opeeches?
FtSProhlbltlon violated tho sanctltyago cltizon mado of ordinary clay
hit prlvutv llfo lu Iowa, uuordlug
BTnttETJ
'- Editor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
WBBKLY OULLtrrlN
rrrSU Msnim,., ., , 9 ,n0
fet Yet,np,ktjtlo 0 8. .. ., I.00
Per Year anywhere n Canada,. jo
Per(Year otpld. lottutn,.!.!.. a.00
of HawalL
..,wV - - MUV
(attred at tbt Pcwtoffiw at llooolala
u iecood-clMt matter.
..JULY.21.J810
tho conclusions reached by the In
vestigators acting under President
Eliot of Harvard, Scth Low and
others of equal national prominence
Hawaii is safer uudcr Its present
law that regulates than In dabbling
with Prohibition that has register
ed failure all along the line.
Jas, A. Kennedy is a pretty good
citizen, though, of course, the rail
way Prohibitionists will object to
tho position taken b the steamship
manager. The railway magnate
wants all laws framed and adminis
tered to suit his prhate pleasure,
ilut Congress has seen it otherwise,
and the people of Hawaii will follow
the good example set in Washington
"Think of the girls you know
In Honolulu who hae 'gone
. wrong.'." Prohibition's Organ.
In its tiesperate efforts (nvconjure
up sonlo semblance of argument that
might mislead n few voters Into cast
ing n ballot for tho Voolle -Thurston.
platform Tuesday, the .morning
paper, in characteristic fashion. Is
not hesitating to drag the good name
of tho womanhood of Hawaii Into
the discussion.
1ark -rtoblnson ts a pretty good
lllipn. nnd Mr. Robinson bcllecs
,hat the Prohibition movenrent for
icse Islands is a mistake Ilut
Woolley says that "against us (tho
Prohibltlontsis) nro only the guer
illas of evil and timidity." If jou
oto faornbly to Prohibition ou
sunnort the contentions of such men
ns Woollev as against experienced
and ylfar-thlnklng sons of Hawaii
like Mark iloblnson.
THAT BOY.
Think of your own boy. Is he
moro likely to take his first drink
In n saloon, or will he go to the
Ho la c. thousand times more likely
. Ho la. a thousand times fore likely
to take- his first drink in the back
room of tho Prohibition drug store
tho "respectable blind pig" than to
seek the open saloon
This is, obvious to any mun who has
taken the trouble to personally fol
low tho devious trail of practical Pro
hlbltlon in theoretically Prohibition
States
Wo also find It confirmed by the re
port on tho liquor problem endorsed
by such men as President Kllott and
Seth Low. This report, referring to
tho failure of Prohibition in Iowa,
says: "Rut it soon appeared that the
drug storo was even harder tq regu
late than the saloon, and that men
would drink at the drug storo who
would not, under a license system,
hao drunk at a public bar."
That boy Is far sufer In a commun
ity that regulates its liquor traffic by
laws that arc effcctlvo and responsive
to public sentiment, than ho is In the
city, State or Torrltory, where Prohi
bition leads to tho conditions created
in Iowa, of which the same report
says:
"The sanctity of private llfo waB
violated. WltncsBop perjurod them
selves upon tho stand, Juries refused
to render a verdict of guilty, cton
where the testimony was ample and
uncontradicted. If the case was tak
en before the Grand Jury, It was often
Impossible to secure an Indictment.
"While the statutes were constantly
augmenting In Bovorlty, the .public
opinion, which alone could give them
validity wus crystallizing In opposl
tlon to the enforcement. The popular
respect for law rapidly declined be
foro the spectacle of the Impotence of
tho government to compel obcdlonce
to It."
JUST SUPP0S1N'.
Of course, when the plebiscite Is
imi Mr Wool!n like tho Arab in
the poem, will 'silently steal uwey"
The ucrccdlsH who are hlu bosom
friends will bu lelt to rue the day und
hold the emph beir They will be
hurtelt with hitter defeat MoRt of
them will In limn renllvo tho folly of the
agitation tho) 1mo been led Into In
all likelihood wilt Join with the aer-
toithd uulto lu looking upon things us.
A Home with a View
Large, pleasant Home, with modern
improvements.
Large Lot, with Fruit-bearing Trees
and Plants,
An unsurpassed Marine and. Moun
tain, View Diamond Head, the City
and 'Harbor, and Pearl Harbor, arc
in view from the front lanai, .
FOR SALE AT A- BARGAIN "
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
f
they are nnd vork In harmony tori.
tttn nil nnnnmnti nf Hn Wnll'a ll It An-!
ship along rational lines.
It will take quite n whllo to re
adjust alignments and to sweeten bit
terness the bltfrnrss engendered by
lb" widespread rcattcrlng of lies and
libel and slando" und mlsreprcscnta-j
tlon and underbandedncss Indulged
In by paid professional agitators nnd.
tho effcmlnato high brows wrapped In
the mantles of their egotism nnd de,
celt and meddlesomeness. Bitter,
bitter, burning and blistering Is tho
cup proferred by these false proph
ets. Their plans for the future nro no
more definite or promising than their
false claims for the present or their
!lo aspersions upon tho past.
Just suppose they should win? How,
then is prohibition to bo enforced?
All good citizens must, nnd will, per
se Insist that the statutes be en
forced. Like tbelr patron Mr. Thwlng
and their patron Mr. Woolley, many
of them will "stand from under" with
a rush.
Then tho rent, service citizen would
be confronted with something llko
this:
Of the ".',000 'Japancso here 90 per
ccnt would Ignoro tho Importlncnt In
terference with their household nf
fairs. Of tho 40,000 Hanalians 90 per
cent would resent abolition of their
rights.
or the upwards of 20,000 Portu
guese hero more than 90 per cent
would sneer at this peculiar and un
usual regulation.
And there are others
Will Mr. Theo. Richards or Mr. J.
Alfred Magoon orj perhaps ono or two
others of the elghty-Bcvcn vnrlctlcs of
upllfters on Mr. Woolloy's commlttco
answor the question, or In popular
phraso "be the goat"?
Just bow are theso "many tens of.
thousands" as tho inlmltablo Joscpbus j
describes multitudes, to bo arrested,'
Jailed and tried? Just how?
Just how many more police olllcera
and how many more courts and jails'
would bo required? How many?
And lastly, brethren, How Long;
oh, How Long nro a few Incompe
tents and visionaries In this com
munity to bo permitted, tit tho Insti
gation and the initiative of grafters
and place hunters, to harry und dis
turb and annoy and prey upon this
pcopty? How long?
Watcrhouse
For Sale
The only available Beach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have for sale at Waiklki 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion
well improved with a large and com
fortable house.
. Wt-.are authorized to offer this
property as a whole or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur.
chasers.
Particulars and terms at our office.
Waterhousc Trust
Fort and
c I I
WANTED-10'?:000 bT
each t year to
recruit the army of drunk
ards. Apply at any saloon.
Vote for
Vote Against
When you rcccltc your li.illol nt tli polling place nil July 21
tho day of tho plebiscite to determine Vfhotlirr Iliinnll Jijo continuo
under the best liquor law In the United iih or .. nfilictrd nllh n
IVooIlcj-niadp Prohibition statute I lip iu!!iir- jrm will appear
vtlth two blank space.
To lote ngiinst the prupoiid Prnhlli' mi lm, jilare n
cross mnrk In the. square opposite I' n )" mid lis ilaiiallan
equivalent ".VOI.K," us represented I:, i i follonlng:
'
:0
"' NO
AOLE
TillH IS A YOTK I.N SU1T0I(T 01' Tilt: KXISTI.MI ,I,I)U)It
TKA'nC fONTHOI, 1,AW, ApJIIMSTKHEII l KACII COU.VrV
)F JlfK TKIIHIT01IV 11V A llOAItl) OK FIVK COJIMlSSIOMUtS,
A1TOI.NTED 11V TJIE (lOVEUMHt OK HAWAII.
V 't
Merchant Streets
W
FOB SALE
MANOA
VALLEY
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
ters, etc. ,
All modern conveniences, j
Frontage on upper Manoa
road. t ,,
Price $5500
Terms Can Be Arranged,
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
BETHEL STREET
Prohibition
4-J- .. . . r$- --
Prohibition
' 4.
DON'T WAIT FOR THE MAIL
( Use the
WIRELESS
Office open Sunday mornings from
eight to ten. I
AS AN .
INVESTMENT
you want an umbrella that
will give you good returns for
your mo'ney.
A good umbrella will outlast
half a dozen cheap ones.
Our umbrellas always wear
well and look well,
H. F.r Wiclpan
& Co.. Ltd.,
leading: jewelers
fort street
McCall
MIGrULPATTERN'S , T Bit
McC.ll P.tt.rn. Not. 3517 3465
Charming Summer Coitumo
waBzwy& I ' :' : lit ...
NsfW alsssssH
vlmM MtCcB Tmttim f MssssssK
m
For August - Now Ready
JORtiAW'S
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. 21., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet),
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Plue Needle, Nnuheim, Carbonic Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-ltays and High Frequency,
etc.
Special attendant for ladies,
MtJ
Patterhs
McCall Plterp Not. 35013392
, ' A Smart Model S
Just a Touch
t 4
here ' and there
marks the differ-
t;nce between
being ".well
dreascd" and
"dressed up."
M?&ULPAnERNS
combine
Style with
' Simplicity.1,
M
m&k,
tti u
"ii

xml | txt