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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AIA'EKTISEK: UOXOLl'1.1', OCTOHKU 14.
Another Large Shipment RESEARCH GLUB OF THOSE "WELL KNOWN Keen Kutter Goods Has jnst arrived and been opened up. Chisels, Bits, Hatchets, Knives and all such articles with this brand on are guaranteed and will always be re placed by us if any defects show up on using the tools. The "TRUE BLUE" Saws, Squares and other tools are about the neatest and best things in the way of fancy tools that have ever been shown. Call and see them and we think yon will say so, too. These goods are made for, sold by and guaran teed by the Simmons Hardware Co. of St. Louis, Mo., the largest hardware house in the world by long odds, and you get honest goods when you buy these brands. The only place in town you can buy KEEN KUTTER and TRUE BLUE Goods is at E. C HALL & SON, LTD. READY ROCK ROOFING Best Roofing on Earth. Interesting Session ' Last Evening. KOTHIKG INJURIOUS NOT BADE BY THE TRUST. Rev. Or. Klncald's Address on Drey fus Affair Remarks of Profes sors Scott and Brlgham. MM THE RPHEOM & TONICHT! TONIGHT! 1111 Jm ' -r 77"'? IT NOT EXPENSIVE; comes ready to lay; any workman can lay it; is IlStt; insurance 60 per cent less than shingles on buildings covered with it. Hot affected by any climate. SEND FOR SAMPLE. 1 Mawalnami TradWfl" Ltd. Office: Hos. 6 and 8 Love Building, Fort St. TEL. 1132. MosquDfltoMirae Will Drive Mosquitoes A way. Cures the Bites ! Brings Comfort! -OWE-Y ATT B ENSON. Smith & Co -LIMITED- Fort and Hotel Streets. KIimntaIliin Tobacco Lttd. IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND MANILA SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Fine Grades of Smoking Tobacco. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. soshima, ' HAT MANUFACTURER. CENTS' FURNISHINGS. KING ST;, Next t Castle & Cooke. flesiramice Sale off Straw Hats, Silk and Grepe Shirts, Heehw,. Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. t Lowest Prices Ever Offered In Honolulu. This sale Trill commence on Sept. 30 and continue for 3 weeks only. Baby Carriag cs THOSE HAVE ARRIVED AT THE ntty Fanrnnntore Stoire. H. H. VJILLIAttG, Man&ger. Love Building, 534-536 Fort TELEPHONE 46: RESIDENCE. 849. The Dreyfus case was the subject of discussion by tae Research Club ou Thursday evening. The Rev. V. M. Kincaid read a most interesting paper on tne subject rrom an ecclesias tical point of view. Professor Scott spolce at some length, as also did Prof. Brigham, showing the danger to be ap prehended from military government. T. McCants Stewart was elected a mem ber and several additional names were handed in. The subject for next meeting-will be "Sports. Following Is the substance of Mr. Kincaid's paper: In order to get at the root of the Dreyfus affair and to understand its full meaning, we must go very far back. Its history really began in 1521, 378 years ago, when a Spanish soldier of high rank, named Ignatius Loyola, having been wounded in battle, sol emnly resolved to change his method of warfare and to become a veritable soldier of the Pope! He ultimately created what he called a company or society of men organized in a totally different way from any existing eccle siastical organization. That company is known today throughout the world as the Company of Jesus, or the Jesuit Society. It was established on three fundamental principles. First, there is what is known as the principle of Probabilism that any doubtful con duct of which you are guilty, although against the admonition of your con science, is probably permissible if you can find any doctor of theology any where in the church who has justified it or excused it: in other words, the principle of probabilism means the substitution of external authority for the voice of conscience. The second marked feature of this society Is what is called the doctrine of Mental Reser vation. As all the men who have fig ured on the side of the prosecution in the Dreyfus business are pupils of the Jesuits, they furnish us with illustra tions of all the distinctive features of this society. The doctrine of mental reservation was illustrated by the con duct of the president of the first court martial that tried Captain Dreyfus. You may remember that when he gave his evidence on his oath he said that he had read only one of the several documents that, in defiance of the fun damental principles of justice, had been shown to the judges at the first trial behind the prisoner's back and without his knowledge. But there happened to be on that tribunal, as there has been, happily, on this, at least one honest man. and he appeared as witness at Rennes, and therein gave Colonel Mauvel, the president of the first court-martial, the He direct, say ing that alf the documents had been read, and not one only. Thereupon Colonel Mauvel got up and unblush ingly informed the court that all he had said was that he had read only one document, but had not denied that the rest had been read by his clerk. There you have an illustration of the Jesuit principle of mental reservation, telling the truth to the letter in order to deceive in the spirit; and then there is the principle of which you have all read that the end justifies the means and that to achieve a particular end which is judged desirable and good you may adopt the most wicked means and remain blameless, and you know that at every stage of this trial what is called the honorable end has been thought to justify lying, forgery and attempted assassination. No doubt many engaged in this travesty on jus tice have .been persuaded that they were upholding the honor of the French army, and that they were jus tified in behaving in a way that has staggered and outraged the conscience of the entire human race. What. then, was the fundamental principle under lying the policy of Loyola? It was the absolute supremacy of external au thority. The one virtue in the ethical system of the Jesuits is obednlence at all hazards and at all costs. Even if the thing you are required to do is con trary to your conscience, you must do it, and you are held blameless if you have been ordered to do it by ecclesias tical authority. If you wish to know how thoroughly Loyola elucidated this ; principle you should read his spiritual exercises. Here are two of his instruc tions; he puts this sentence into the mouth of a disciple: "I ought to desire to be ruled by a superior who endeav ors to subject my judgment or to sub due my understanding"; i. e.. you must submit not only your conscience and your will, but your very reason to your ecclesiastical superior, and you must make. every effort to bring your way of thinking into harmony with his. so that you may do it willingly and in telligently. Then he adds: "I ought not to be my own. but his who created me, and his, too, by whose means God governs me, ana yield myseir to be moulded in his hand like so much wax. I ought to be like a corpse which has neither will nor understanding: or like a small crucifix which is twined about at the will of him that holds It; or like a staff in the hands of an old men wno uses it as may best assist or please him." Now from that day to this the his tory of the Roman Catholic Church has been a history of the efforts of the Jesuit Society to dominate the whole church and to saturate it with these principles, to coirlpel every Roman Catholic to submit himself as absolute ly to the authority of the Pope as every Jesuit does to the authority of the General of his order. This battle has J taken the Jesuits 300 years to win. and ! j so far as the hierarchy is concerned it ( ; is won. They have been bitterly op i (Continued on Pace 10.) Sporitsmniep . . .Auniraiun luntitn. .. MIL HAMILTON 111 LI. 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