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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 2, 1910. FOR SALE Very desirable home, corner Pea- sacola and Kinau streets. Yonr choice of Irwo properties. Call at our office and we will take you out to see them. The price la right and term can be arranged. J J J BISHOP TRUST CO., Limited 924 Bethel Street. TO BOLT TICKET Has Jlo Argument in Favor of the State Nominees Liquor Question Sole Issue. am Republicans who take hi view of the subject. Want It Settled Now. "Possibly it is ;iit as well to have the i-isue dearly presented so that it may be stttled this year instead of two years hence. Troublesome as the ques tion is now. it would be even more t-m-larrstsinjr if presented in when we have a presidential election uu hand. "If .Mr. hahluian is elected it will be a d. claration of the voters of the State against county option and against the S o'clock closing law. If he is defeated it will be a declaration in favor of a county option and in favor of the S o'clock ciosintr law. In other words, the i voters now have an opportunity to de cide whether the State shall so back- JUST TURN THE-FAUCETtn &nd enjoys an INEXHAUSTIBLE supply oj 11 LINCOLN, Xebraska. September 20. . In a statement in whieh he declares 'tll.lt tlm ...l.i T, .,!.. ! . 1 1 ' ' ward or forward on the liquor question, to wage against the liquor interests of To ,.(.s)Mlt arguments in favor of ' the state and Nation overshadows a 'personal - and political friendship of twenty years, William .7. l!ryan this ; evening announced he had bolted the head of the Denioeratie State ticket in Xebraska and would not support James ('. lhiiilman for governor. Mr. Uryaii says he regrets that he is I compelled to take the stand he does igoinjr backward would not otilv contra- j diet what T have always said on the subject, but would embarrass in the light that 1 expect to make hereafte-.-to save our party from the odium of being the representative of liquor in terests. . 6101119: ,1'JI specie nV f .LI ill his lirst departure from politic i laritv tmt savs lie teels it his position on il rogn dutv to taken bv the liquor i do so because of the the Iipinocratic nominee inest ion. r i. . i. j . .... i in- statement, wincii in a wav is ajiologetic in tone, does not indicate it9Knnnc !that -Mr- !'''y;,n will support the eandi- 1 ' i date of anv OtllPv nartr l m t Miinnnnr.no HEAD OFFICE YOKOHAMA. j that he is a pronounced advocate of i county option and the early saloon elos- ing law. both of which he insists arc- Capital (Paid up) Yen 24,000,00- Seaerve Fund Yen The bank buys and receive for tol lection bills of exchange, issraes Draft and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. The Bank receives Local Deposits and Head Office Deposits for ftxed pe riods. Local Deposits $25 and upwards for one year at rate of 4 per cent, per u num. Head Office Deposits Yen 25 and mp wards for one-half year, one year, tws years or three years at rate of 4 1-2 per eent. per annum. Particulars to be obtained on appli eation. Honolulu Office Bethel and Mer ehant Streets. YU AKAL Manager. P. O. Box 168. ART STUDIES Beautiful Frames Arts and Crafts ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING BRITISH AND AMERiGAN rr xr xwmLi III II W II II II s! .. v t." . CONSTITUTIONS (Continued from Page Four.) j whieh then existed, the President was in office for four years. He was absolutelv , free from control, he could baffle the. ; will of congress, and congress was powerless. Again. 1 am led to believe 1 that the leaders of congress at that time : Sumner, Stephens and Wade more than once regretted that the Fathers had not adopted the British system which would have made it so easy for congress to carry out. its policy. As it was, discord almost akin to civil war resulted from the diffeienee be tween congress and the President. At last, congress resorted to the extreme process of impeachment against John son. The impeachment could not carry; it was defeated even by some of the best thinkers among the leaders of the Republican party, because it was felt that Johnson had committed no mistake, but was exercising the very powers in vested in him by the Constitution; he was acting according to his own light and, therefore, if blame there was, the blame was with the system. In this respect I tliir.k we. P.ritish snliier-fs can has chosen to make the liquor! claim that our monarchical constitution is more practicable than the Republican Constitution of the Vnited States. fa Shop "Everything in BooKs" Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd. Alex. Young Building. i menaced by Mr. Dahlman's candidacy, j The statement follows: ! "T am just leaving for Missouri and ' shall be absent practically all of the time for about a month, campaigning i in Missouri, Kansas. Iowa, Indiana and i Illinois. After that I shall be at liberty to speak for Mr. Hitchcock, the Demo cratic candidate for congress, and for the State ticket in Xebraska. Can Not Speak for Dahlman. "In speaking for the State ticket, however, 1 shall not be able to present any arguments in favor of the election of Mr. Dahlman. His position on the liquor question makes that impossible. I regret this exceedingly, for he has been a political and personal friend for twenty years, and it would give me pleasure to speak for him if I could endorse the policy for which he stands, but question the paramount issue and make his appeal on that issue. ''In spite of the faet that the last Democratic State convention voted dowu a declaration against county option by a vote of C"S to 202. he says he wiil veto a county option bill if passed, and in spite of the fact that the State con vention indorsed the 8 o'clock closing law by a vote of 710 to 1C3 be an nounces he will sign a bill repealing it if such a bill is passed. "He is making his appeal on non partisan lines with the liquor -question as the sole issue. His courage is to be commended. It" is an honest way of making a campaign, although it compels him to separate himself from friends who do not. agree with him and to rely for speechniaking on those Democrats The Ruud Automatic Gas Water-Heater is different essentially better than all other water-heaters. The difference is a pronounced betterment in hot water service. Imagine for a minute an ideal hot water service wouldn't it begin and end at the faucet? The UUD Automatic Gas Water-Heater Bernard Shaw, although a vegetarian himself, does not fail to see the pos sibility of humor in the practice. Pre siding recently at a meeting, he was called upon to introduce Sir Edward Lyon, who eon fines his diet to nuts. "And now," said Mr. Shaw, "I present to you Sir Edward Lyon, he of the earth, earthy, and of the nuts, nutty." "lias her marriage to the count really been indefinitely postponed?" "Yes; there was some little misundeistauding, 1 believe." " P.ut does the misunder standing amount to much?" "Onlv to about .$0(10,1)011, I think." Catholic Standard ami Times. has done just this, it has reduced the hot water problem to a turn of the faucet it's as easy to get steaming hot water now as cold water you don't go near the Ruud itself you don't have to strike even a match. The Ruud differs from ordinary water-heaters in efficiency it is independent of the kitchen range a luxury in summer time stands in your basement self -operating and safe. Finally, there's a difference in the hot water never "lukewarm," but always heated to a fixed temperature predetermined by yourself and the water is fresh, taken clear and cold from the water mains and heated instantly as it flows. . The initial cost of the Ruud is the final cost 1 so moderate that you cannot afford to buy a cheaper water-heater or to put up longer with the vexa tions of the old one. Study this mechanical masterpiece at close range. Investigate NOW. i HONOLULU GAS CO. LTD. ALAKEA AND BERETANIA STREETS. TELEPHONE 2322. . DOC DOC DOC DOC DO C D O C,;' O DOC DOC DOC DOC DO are made to users who have been accustomed to buying much higher priced cars, f You will find, no doubt, that this has repeatedly occurred in the sphere of your own observation. And, in the same connection, other interesting phenomena have manifested them- A Seeming Contradiction What could be more significant, for instance, than the seeming contradiction of these two facts: First, that Cadillac owners almost never change. Second, that a majority of each year's buyers have never owned a Cadillac before. This is literally true. If you'll stop and think, can you recall a single Cadillac owner who transferred his allegiance to some other car? And yet, we know, as we have said, that most of this year's Cadillac buyers have never owned a Cadillac before. The Explanation What is the explanation? The very pleasing one that the Cadillac buyer gets more than a season's use out of his car that most of last year's Cadillac buyers are driving the same car this year. Speaking broadly, Cadillac cars lo not deteriorate. If they are sold at the end of a season, they are sold for a high price. If they be exchanged, the ex change is usually generous. Price $1700 P. O. 13. Detroit Touring Car, Demi-Tormeau ar.d Roadster (Coupe S2250. Limousine 53000) Prices include the following equipment IVch mag neto and Pel c ignition s.vtems. One pair gas lamps and goticrati.r. One pair side oil lamps and tail lamp. One horn and "-t of tooN. Pump and repair for tires. 'i-mile season and trip Standard speedometer, robe selves which bespeak universal satisfaction. Some Everyday Records of the NEW YORK 75 Cadillac "Thirty" users drove their "Thir ty" cars an aggregate of 398.S84 miles at a total expense for mechanical repairs of $53.-21, averaging 71 cents per car for the seaj-on. DAYTON 50 Cadillac owners drove their cars an aggre gate of 168,580 miles at a total repair cost of only 5.71 or an average of but 12 cents per car for the season. INDIANAPOLIS 66 Cadillac users drove drove their cars an aggregate of 252.599 miles. Total repair cost, $71.30, averaging SI .08 per car. NET TOTAL 101 cars 820,063 miles cost, $130.22. Av erage cost of 69 cents each, or less than 16 cents for each thousand miles. Last years Cadillacs are in actual demand this year, in addition to the demand for the 1911 Cadillac. This year's sales will eat up each day's produc tion as fast as completed and shipped. Gather all these facts together and they will "spell their own explanation. And that explanation is: Standardization The Cadillac does not deteriorate because of the high state of standardization which exists in each part and in the union of all the parts. That is why so many Cadillac owners use their car a second season and a third and a fourth and con tinuously. That is also why so many who have owned cars of a higher price buy the' Cadillac a case of equal efliciency and greater economy. That, too, s why so large a proportion of new buyers choose the Cadillac. That is why the Cadillac owner says: "If I had it to do over again, I would buy a Cadillac." Standardization. Perfect alignment of all the parts. Consequent removal of friction. The economy that results therefrom. That is the en tire story of the success of last year's Cadillac, the Cadillacs of the rears before, and the mag nificent Cadillac of 11U1. Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan (Licensed Under Selden Patent) e HommY Distributors -Ml ran lu! :'OT ran ton nea u and half foot rail in front. Tire holders.