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'V W-V X vg&T - .? i:c 4 J i, t W- .- P' -. . I THINK THE PROHIBITION MOVEMENT. FOR THESE NDS AND OUR PEOPLE A MISTAKE ----MARK P. ROBINSON 1 -, . lJV SKA "star n "v l ( Hi v r i. From San Francisco i Cliljo Mntu .July 25 For San Francisco: .viingutli v . . . i .July 29 Trow. Vancouver: Mittnln.i July 22 For Vah"i r: 7. n'ani'ln August K '7 EVENING BULLETIN 3.3O -( IT O VJ Gives results, hence has high rank among advertisers. YOUR STORE OROWS, OR GOES BACKWARD .EVERY DAY AND THE ADVERTISING DECIDES!" '' ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4078, 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1010. 10 PAGES. ?RICt I OENTS W VOYAG BIO DITCH BUILDERS WILL VOTE "NO": i Striking Employes Riot NEW YORK, July 23. Of the 503 striking employes of, the New York Sugar Refining Company, fifty re turned to work this' morning, brjngi ing about a riot that locked serious for a while. After some hard fight ing, the police succeeded .n suppress, ing the riot and dispersing the tnkeu. KOREA GREETS NEW GOVERNOR 1 l SEOUL. Korea. Jul? S3. The re centlr- appointed Governor Generalj Terauclu, was tenuerea aicrana re ception last night, at whlch-manr prsntfnent offloials were present. A number of Americans attended. GIRL SAVES MAURIS LIFE BARCELONA. Spain. July 23. The life of Antonio Maura, former Premier of Spain, who was attacked jesterday, was saved by a young girl, a cousin ci tne statesman, who grappled with thewould-be assassin at the time he struck at his victim. -SUGAR SAN FHANCISCO, July 23. Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 9d.; parity, 5.15c. Previous quotation, 14s. O'ad. y. Prohibition Means Rpin B l II i 1 1 3 Ditch Builder Of Tourist Business f. ? lii'(,i4issB51HHBBi3!HraKiw' afiUii&nssBrl FIRES COST MILLIONS. I'll! SAN FRANCISCO, July 23. Re. ports from the1 regions in British Co lumbia where forest fires have been laging are to the effect that the fires are subsiding. The loss amounts to five m, llions of dollars, and a dozen lives are known to have been lost. The loss in the State of Washing ton will total hau a million dollars STRIKERS BATTLE. MONTREAL, July 23. Several people were injured in street fights today growing out of the strike of the Grand TrunKempioyes. YACHTS MAY BE A. A. YOUNG ".Nothing more Mill bo iloito In rr K.ml lo liullillnir iidillllmiH In Hie Mon mi Hotel until Hip result of tliN liralilliltlun iiKll.itlon U clodded. "I'rolilMtlon In ii mlslnke for this country mid VIII hurt Our prosperity. Tlir jireieut liquor law Is n good one, unit Ix entitled to (lie Mippnrt of the people. Let them lime higher license If the) "nut It. In my opinion, prolil Mtlon Is wrong. "Tourists do pot mint to lip tied down by any such plrre of legislation as n prohibition law. TIipj won't come and that's nil there Is to It." WOOLLEY LAW u BY IOWA OUT A MONTH Dire' Prediction Voiced By Skipper Of ' Nevadan" The probability of the winner In tho trnns-raclllo yuclit rucp 'coming ulongBde (he Alultcu whnrf tomorrow or even as enrly ns next Sundny Is ox- tremely remote, according to the cal' rulatlons of Captain Anderson, mas t'cr'of tbe'MaUon Nnvlijatloii chart ered steamor Neyadan. v The Novudun arrived from an eight day'voyago from San Francisco this morning. For the past four days the (Continued on Page .) A eoiiilnelni; note of wnrnlni; to the people of Hawaii Is contained In the Indictment of prohibition law that accompanies (lie statement of Hear) Vollmer, four terms mayor of Hie clt) of D.npuporl, Iowii, now Maying nt Hip Muana hotel. As i) citizen and ofllclal of the Btate of lonu 31 r. Vollmer has come Into Intimate contact with the spirit mid practice of it prohibitory law und lie iinlirsllatlnl) condemns such legisla tion its opposed to public policy, tem perance, Rood'Boiernmont and respect for (lie lawn. ' "The Mperleuce of the Slate of town bus been the experience of oth er communities where the advocates of prohibition trmpornrll) secured the upper baud1 declares Mr. tollmer. "The result was that conditions be came absolutely unendurable In the .State niiil the prohibitory law upset und the present law, known as- the "I , mmnci.H In iiriiblblllnii mid mulct III IT, wits substituted In lli nlmlK iirlnclnln Intuited. The "A visitor In Hawaii I do not F. A. SOHAEFER sBH Goes To Fight ' NEW ORLEANS. La.. July 23. , It is authentically reported here that General BonUla has sailed for Hon duras with men and a big supply of arms and ammunition, with the avowed purpose of overthrowing Da V.Ua. m i DAILY SCORES OF B!G LEAGUES (Special' Bulletin Cable.) SAN FRANCISCO, July 23. Big League' scores 'fer today are: I American Washington 4, Chhago 1: Boston 0, St. Louis 3; Fhiladel- 'nWn 2. nifvrlgnrl 0- Wrvr Vorlr 0. (Detroit G. National Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 2; Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 3; St. Louis 2, New York 9; Ch.cago 7, Boston G. Stariing of National League, July 22. Will Vote "Nol I Club. Chicago . .New York C. C. VON HAMM w. 4S 43 l'lttsburg 42 Clncinn ill to Philadelphia .'. 31! Ilrooklyn 33 HI l.ouls 36 ItoKton h... 32 U 27 31 33 37 til 1 44 48 J'tt .640 .GS8 r.i.'l .Gl'J .473 .410 ,4',i) .400 , . t Xf.'i uA.wc'knnsiiVHiBsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW.SB t'OUI.M:!. SAMl'FI. I'MtliKIt Col. Sjia I'urkir I shall tote ".No" oil rroblblllyii. objections to prohibition are so well known Hint It seems needless to argue the question any further." pnt myself Jn the position of udtlslng the people but I do bcllcte tbut the enactment of n prohibition law for the' Territory wijuld result In Hie ruining of the tourist business, which ghes promlfe of Immense propurtloiir In thoTuture. ."rrohlbllloii Increases the elundcs. tine sale of Impure IIiiiors of thi more harmful kinds for they lire 'eas ier to conceal than are wines and burs. "This has been the experience of Iowa and of all prohibition States. The hlghl alcoholic drinks are easy to conceal mid handle In the blind pigs that thrive under the riglme o( a prohllillorj law. "The uceompanjliig etlls of prohl blllou cannot be oierestlinuted. They the Huor trnfllc, something that Is are pronouueed anil self etldent and desired by nil good citizens, l'rohlhl. In the State of Iowu Increased to such Hon would dcslro) the present excel- an alarming proportion Hmt Hie oer lent law and substitute In Its place (brow of the prohibitory law Hint wus I etlls against Hie best Interests of Ilu-I (Continued on Page 8) null." JOHN EFFINGER John Kfllnger, proprietor Hawaii and South Seas Curio Coinpaii), sii)st "The enactment of n prohibitory law In Hawaii would result In tjie practical ruin of the tourist business. Tens of thousands of dollars hate been expended for the bringing of tourists to Hawaii and Hie Vturns lire Just now being recelted. My business would be reached dlsustroiisl) bj such misdirected legislation, which will serve no good end. The present lie enslug law gives absolute control of "I urn not In fntnr of prohibition," sajs C. ('. ton llauilii. .Mr. tou lluiiim declares that Hie whole thing o him Is n f.irre, for In the old countries such ii thing was neter heard of und the people them, selves had charge of their own con duct. As a result there was but little driinkeniiess for llijuor could be ob tained ut nil time. t "What do you think the effect on the business of the country would be, should prohibition carry!" wns uskrd. "I think It would result In stagna tion of business In u short while, es pecial I j In the line of tourist travel which Is so Important here. .1 was talking, with one of the men lu our garages a frn dnjs ago who went through a prohibition era lu I'orllnnd, Oregon. .Ho was In a garage there und within n few' months from the lime prohibition went Into effect near ly all the men were discharged, there was no huslmss for them. In a few months more the ware had run lis course und tho people came buck to u license sjslem for the. town wns pruc. tlrully dead. Tills happened about seven years agor" Speaking further on the question, 31 r. ton Hiinim said he, was not u be Hete? lu prohibition for It would not prohibit und besides .being hud for the business community It would be bud for all the people, especially the Hu- twllnns. 1 urn not lu tutor of large con sumption of alcohol," said he, "hut under Hie prohibition regime every one could get liquor from f lie const, Instead of bring able to bny u bottle or u drink, however, u man would have to get a ruse. As a result of this he would probably have a number of his friends In und there would be n ge.ueral 'good time.' ,"1 believe lu high license and local option bat n lit In prohibition. Under Standing of American Leagut, July 22 Club. W. U Pet. Philadelphia 53 26 New York 49 .11 Demit 44 3D tlnstiin ...' 4 34 Chicago 31 47 Cleveland 'St 40 Washington 33 47 St. Units 22 H2 MILLION SURPLUS GONE LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 23. The sensational disclosure was made to day that the surplus of the Fidelity Trust Company has been stolen. This surplus amounts to 91440,000, As sistant Secretary Hopke has been jailed. CLOUDBURST ? -M .393 Kl TB, ", Xl"ftiyMl iiCsUsflsillllllV wHsWHBIU swaaal x HARRY LEWIS 1 IOHN 10RGENSEN Harry V. Lewis I mil oppoted lo IN ARIZONA ,,r(,l,lu,lon Jrfljf'y- BISBEE. Arir.. July 23. A severe ST.CLAlR BI DGOOD cloudburst occurred here today. Two . persons were drowned and six others l,f nHn K00S ,,rj Iono,ulll aw reported missing. Much damage ,, M H ,, iro,m, ()fU was done to buld.ngs and bridges, f , M The,' will i-ol go where t.1ie,ntrlnnmted lMS be,"B PlaM1 Rt "'"J- nno get cocktail when Hie, y"""" . . lint II. T ACtrn ATT ' "' l'm,u 'ro1" "'"', ),,r,,, exper. LCJq 1 A I ,1 i lence catering to them on the Islands lXT ti n n ii it Tin '""' 'ro111 "'''' ""'J' UY 'rre when U1N J Hj JV 1? JtVlJCiO they talk of going there." M. Clair Illdgood, for nine jears n resident of CHICAGO. 111.. Julv 23. A resi- Hinvull und now In charge of the Un dent of tltis city, who lost $10,000 wullan headquarters nt I.os Angcle. oy oeuuig on J curies in uic nm ring battle at Reno, has committed i.i.iH I IN FOREION PORT ?' ,.,,. 4. ... - "I think the present liquor law n Saturday. July 23, B00ll mlN i io no( )t.e,c (. Norfolk Satled. July 23, llr. stmr. ,,rurl,tIoll ,u,i.,ct. Kltebattan. for Honolulu. .i.. -. i. .h ir. .,., rfn (Continued on Page 8) away with saloons In any district they wish," he concluded. SHERIFF ROSE John Jorgcnsui 1 Prohibition. I thiill T. I y v, mninjipine toieyv.n."2' I to i ih'fw. "I do not believe In prohibition think the present lint rnu handle, the liquor trnfllc lu the Territory satis factorily." T. K. AVnll of Wall, Mch ols Co. ' '. H G. A. BROWN M Make your Plans to Vote next TueS' day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote No.jllrown, Manager ltegnl Shoo Store. "I bcllcte that If prohibition car ries Honolulu will be dead. As to whether It will dually reroter or, not I enn't s.i). From a business stand. ' point the license (own Is belt In my estimation and I've trateled for years ns ii commercial man In both wet and dry sections. 1 hate seen less drank. enness In Honolulu than lu any town of Its slin I bate ever visited, and I urn familiar with most of the United Stales. A drunkin mini on the street; tun- , ,,,( inn,,,,,, BiBm. -"iiruiBp ,w . t.f 'ktau. Jlrjfit- Miiilitstiil'' ' 1 1i its sssiHyhi-"iTii' rfrtsi'fiitii'r-i iVi " -" jL' 'iLu4.- M&.