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DOOLEY CALLS VOTING TOO
STRENUOUS FOR WOMEN
Jill. DOOI.KY OX WOMAN KITFItAUF..
U.v I P. Dunne.
Copyright, 1111)7, hy II. II. .McClnrc & Co.)
SKU Ik- tli' pu-iipcr-,' nid Mr. Donley, "that th' Indict
Kiigliuid have jot up in their milit mi' demanded n vote."
"A what I" cried Mr. IIeunc-i.iv. .
"A votf," miiil .Mr., Dooley.
IiuiIiIiiil' or tli
Hi KliiiniflcMS virngoes" said Mr. Hennery. "What did they
"Well, sir," nit id Mr. Dooley, "mi imtneiie coucooise iv forty iv
lliim gathered in London un' iiiurclicil tip to th' Ilfnw iv Coiiiiiiihi',
or nnytionnl dnriiiytnry, where n loud an' nlnioit univci-ml miorc pnu
claiined that a deliate was riinin' over th' hill tn allow Kngliidi giiitlt
inen to marry their deecincd wife'.s sistcri Imfine th' uutop-iy. Jn tli'
,'reut hall iv Iliifui mine iv th' wigliticwt nuilo intcllccks in Uritain
nlept undher their hatM while an iinpiifdoucd orator delivered u hem-
tjtiti-Jicd Hpeeeli on th' milijcct iv th' day to th' nttintivu knew an' feet
iv th' lninNtliry. It was into (hit here imiinhly iv th' first gintlcincn
iv Europe that ye see on ye'er way to "Franco that th' furynit-i females
iittiiuptcil to enter. I'niliiunted lie th' utiur-i iv th
rude j s iv th' inultiehood, they adviineed to th' very i
. ill ti mi i i '..
iv in mince, i nere an overwlicliuiii' loreu iv three polisuien oppcuei
thini. What d'yo want, liniiii V asked the ilii. 'Wo dcinuiiil th'
MiiffniKC,' cayrt th' commander iv th' iinny iv freedom.
"Th' hrutal polis refused to give it to tliini an' a de-ip'rute buttle
followed. 'I'll' Indies fought gallantly, liurlin' erie iv 'Unite,' 'Mou
nter,' 'C'heap,' et eethry, at th' eonxtahlry. Hat pint were ilhrawn.
Wan lady let down her buck hair; another, bolder thin th' real, done
a fit on lb' miirble stair; n third, p'raps rendered insane be siiircriu'
f'r u vote, nthruek a burly rufFyau with a .lnpaiu-e fan on lb' little
finger iv th' right baud. Thin lb' inf'uryated ollieers iv th' law
charged on th' champcciH iv liberty. A scene iv horror followed,
I'oli-uiieu hei.ed ladies by th' anus an' led tliiui down th' stairs;
others were earned out fainting bv th' tvrants. In u few minvits nil
was over, an' iiawthiu' lint three huudlired hairpins remained to mark
tli seone iv slaughter. I bus, llinnissy, was another battle f r freedom
fought an' lost."
"it snrves thini right," said Air. llennessy. "They ought tobe
at liQine tindin' th' babies.''
"A thrue statement an' a sound argymiut that appeals to ivry
iiiau. P'raps they havn't got any babies. A baby is a good sulHtiehoot
f'r u ballot, an' th' hand that rooks th' cradle sildom has time, f'r
iinny other luxuries. Hut why shud we give, tliim a vote, says I.
What have they done to injye this hero impeeryal sullrage that' wo
fought an' bled f'r I Whim me forefathers were followin' George
AVash'utou an' sufTeriu' all th' Iiardsbips that men endure eampiii'
out in vacation time, what were th' women doiu' i They were back
in Alatsiiehoosetts inilkin' th' eow, niendiii' socks, followin' th' plow,
plaiitiu' corn, keepin' store, shoein' horses, an' iurMoin' th' other
says she. 'Ye re too inlilligent,' says I. 'Hut intilligeiiee don't gie
I.mi u vote.'
"'What does, thin, says she. 'Well, ?nv I, enough iv ve at
wan time want in' it enough. How ninny ladies ar-re there in ye' re
Woman's Rights Cliib' 'Twintv,' snvs -die. 'Alake it three bundled,'
ays 1, 'an' ye'l be on ve'er wav. Ye'er mother doesn't want it, does
fliei Xo, nor e'cr Mtor Katie? So, nor ye-er comiti, nor e'er
aunt I All that illietioti dav means to thini is th' old man goiu' oil
ii th' iiiornin' with a light step an' lire in his eye, an' cumin' home toO
late at night with n dent m Ins, bat, newsboys lmllcriu e.tlines with
th' news that lifty-four votes had been east in th' third precinct in th'
sivinth ward at S o'eloek, an' l'aeky an' Alovsius stealin' b.ir'ls fr'm
t i t!riMirviiRiti f r th' hone-fire. If tbev iver loin e an nuike un
their inimls to vote, they'll vote. Ye Iwt they will.t
"'Ye see, 'twas this wav votin' come alsuit. Jn th' begiuuiu on v
th' king had n vote, an' ivdylxidy else was a (.'hinyninii or an Fnilyim.
Th' king clapped his erown on liis head an' wint down to th' polls,
marked a cross at th' head iv th' column where his name was, mi'
wint out to cheer th' returns. Thin th' .looks got sthroug, an' says
they: 'Votin' seems a healthy exercise an' w'd like to thry it. Give
us th' franchise or we'll do things to ye.' 'An' they got it. Thin it
wint down through th' earls an' th' inarki-es an' th' ret iv th' Dooley
faui'ly, till fin'lly all that-was left iv it was thing to th' ign'rant inas-es
like llinnissy, because they,iuiile a lot iv noise; an' threatened to set
fire to th' barns.' v
" 'An' there ye ar-re. Ye'll uiver get it lie nskin' th' polis f'r it.
Xo wan iver got his rights fr'm a polismau, un' be th' .same token,
there ar-re no rights worth bavin' that a polismau can keep ye fr'm
geltin'. Th' ladies iv London nr-ro followin' tho right course, on'y
there ain't enough iv thini. If there were forty thousand iv thini
ar-nned with hatpints an' prepared to plunge th' same into th'
stomachs iv th' iniinies iv female sulirngc, an' if, instead iv fnintin'
in th' ar-rins iv th' eonstablry, they charged an' punctured thini an'
broke their wav into th' House iv Commons, un' milled the wig oil the
speaker, an' knocked th' hat over th' eyes iv .Sir Camel Itanneriiitin, it
wuddii't be long liefurc some uiimlivr wild talk in his sleep in their
favor. Ye lietl If vo-cr sulfrage club was composed iv a huudlired
thousand sturdy ladies ar-nned with rollin' pins, brooms, mops, potato
mashers, stove lifters, mi th other weopms that nature has provided
th' sect with to defind thinisilves again tyranny in th' home, it wild
den't be long befure Hill O'lirien wild be sindin' ye a x iv chocolate
creams f'r ve'er vote.'
' I,.,. , i.. i.... i...r i.. mi I ii.tj
.J'rilll-.iu l' JUil, U I II IMI, Hill, injlllll' 111 III! I II -ll.l III,-
in th' pu-apcrs: 'A liumllired thousand armed an' detarinined women
invaded th' capital city today deniandin' th' right to vote. They
cha-cd th' polls ncrost th' l'ottyinae. mohlx-d a newnpaper that was
again th' bill, mi' tarred an' feathered Sinitor Glue, th' leader iv th'
opposition. At 10 o'clock a rumor spread that th' I'rNident wild
veto th' bill, an' instautlv a lingo crowd iv excited females gathered
in front of tho White llou-e, liurlin' rocks mi' .erviu' 'Lvnch him!'
When your vita'lty is low, you
aro miscrablo all the time.
Yog, ira languid unit dfprcupj, jour
BrteAr( weak, nJ )uor elite Ii ywtt.
did for the InriliJ daugkttr of a paUfof
'Mf dioghtrr luil for ft lone "m ,'n
troubled Willi tlolmt hradirhe ml ilMp
1iiih. Sim ati iiaIo. luil tiu aiiitclltQ. and
via l"lnc flrali rapidly. Hlio trird tarloua i
irmcillo, (nit ri'iflird im Iwncllt until aim
rotnmrnri'd imlnjr A)rr' Saraurlll4. After
aklni; ImU a lottlo Li licpni Hi del ltler
II; a tontlmird mo of tlilt luedlcliiit litr
ppetltei returned, tier chrrVa Uuaii lo fill
nut and aliow color, ah Rallied In atrcnctli,
her hadarhea illkapis-'areil, alie alept Iwttr,
and nun ii) aha feela like a new .croii."
There aro many imitation
Be suro you get "AYER'S."
Rich and Mellow
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Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
frivolous follies iv th' fair but fickle xect. Aftbcr th' war our bravo i'I'I,' tnninlt uns im'v mllml wliin tli' PrisideiiiVwifn niiiicuicd on
fellowrt-coine back to IWton an' as a reward f'r their devotion pit a ,h balconv an' niiid'e a brief Hiieech. She-Hiiid elie wan it niiiuber iv
in agjurin;; tier sisters that
vud sipi it bendlf. (Cheers.)
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vote apiece, if their wives had kept th' Pilgrim fathers that stayed at t, ()W,i ,suirraj;o club, an' nlie felt wife
home fr'm forcolosiu' th' niorgedp' on .their property. An' now, lie.,),' ,n xvm , ,,,.,). if icirv, she wi
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hivens' tbev want to Khare with us what wo won
"Why, they wudden't know how to vote. They think it's mi aisy
job that anuy wan can do, but it ain't. It's a mauV wurruk, an' a
sthroug man's with u nthroii stomach. 1 don' know minythiii that
ic quires what llogau calls th' e.ercio iv manly vigor more thin votin'.
It's th' hardest wurruk T do in th' year. I got up befure daylight an'
thrauip over in th' cold to th' Tiniplo iv Freedom, which is also th'
olliee iv a livery ntfible. Wan iv th' judges has a cold in his head an'
closes all th' windows. Another judge has built a roariu' tiro in a
round btove an' is tonkin red-hots on it. Th' room is lit with candles
nn'kiiroono lamps, mi' is crowded with pathrites who haven't been
to bod. At th' dure are tun or three, polisnien that imiylio ye don't
euro to meet. Dock O'J.earv wiva he tlon't know auuvthiiig that'll
exhaust th' air iv n room Vo quick as a pnlishmmi in his Winter uny
form. All th' pathrites an' as th' pa-ajiers call thini, th' high priest
iv this hero sue red rite, ar-re siuokiu' th' best seegnrs that tli' money
iv our counthry enn buy.
"Jn th' pleasant warmth iv th' fire, th' harness on th' walls glows
an' puts out its,9Wji peculiar aroiny. Th' owner iv tli' sanchooary iv
Liberty conies in, (shakes up n liottlo iv liniment madodv carbolic acid,
pours it into n ettp mi' goes out. Wan iv th' domestic, attiudants iv
th' guests iv th' houso walks through fr'm niakiii' th' licds. Afther u
whilo th' chief judge, who knows me well, liecauso ho shaves mo threo
times a week, gives mo a eontiinchous hture, asks me me name an' u
iiumlier iv s.caud'lous questions about me age,
"I'm timpted to inakd mi angry retort, whim I hco th' polismau
mnviu' nearer, fo J take mo ballot, mi' wait mo turn in th' Ixiotb.
They're till occypied bo writhin' freemen, calliu' in sthrangled voices
f'r soinewan to light th' eandlo so they'll bo biiro thoy ain't votin' th'
prohybition ticket. Tli' calico sheets over th' front iv th' booths wave
an' ar-ro pushed out like th' curtains iv a Pullman ear whin a fat man
is dhrcnsiu' inside while th' tlirain is goiu' round a curve. In time
a frcciumi bursts through, with perspy ration poorin' down his nose,
hurls his sutfrngo at th' judgo an' staggers out. I plunge in, sharpen
an inch iv lead pencil lx rcmlin' it with mo teeth, mutilate 1110 ballot
at th' top iv th' dinunycratio column, an' run f'r me life.
"Cud a lady do that, 1 ask yoi Xo, sir, 'tis no job f'r th' fair.
It's men's wurruk. Molly Donahue wants a vote, but though rim cud,
bound Kamachatkii as aisily as ye cud this precinct, she ain't qualilied
f'r it. It's meant, f'r gr-rcat sturdy American pathrites liko ilul
kowsky th' J'ollacky down th' hthrcct.' Ho don't know yet that ho
ain't votin' f'r th' King iv Poland. He thinks bo's still over tbero
pretindin' to bo a horso instead iv a free American givin' an imitation
iv a steam dhredge.
"On th' first Clioosday afther th' first Monday in November an'
April a man goes around to his house, wakes him up, leads him down
th' Hthrcct, an' votes him th' way yo'd wather a horse. Ho don't mind
iuhalin' th' air iv liberty in a livery stable. Hut if -Molly Donahuo
wint to vote in a livery stable, th' first thing she'd do wild lie to get
a broom, sweep up th llure, open th windows, disinfect th' booth,
tnko th' harness fr'm th' walls, an' hang up a pitcher iv Niagary be
moonlight. chiiM) out th watchers an polis, removo th' scegars, make
th' judges get a shave, an' p'raps invalydato th' iliction. It's no job
f'r her, an' I told her so.
" 'We demand a vote,' says she. All right, says I, take mine. Tt's
old, but it's trustworthy an' durable, ft may look a little tli' worse
f'r wear fr'm lieiii' hurled again a rapublienn majority in this country
f'r forty years, but it's all right. Take my vote an' no it as yo plcae,'
savs I, 'an' I'll get an hour or two e.thrv sleep iliction day moruins,'
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hays I. 'I've voted so oneii i m iiren iv u nimyiiow, '. t. Jui, .Jlu, wj1(p (,fthit(1 )l
says 1, 'why shud annywan so young an' lierutifiil as yo want to do 0)j(l(Mi ui .jll)r
annything so loolisli as to vote ; says I, '.Mii't we inlilligent enougli :
Notice Is hcrcliy til von Unit tho
Iniul iloMcrlliiMl hi tlui followltiR
Hclii'ilulo will lie open fnr applica
tions uiiilor l'nrt VII, Liiiitl Alt. isar.
(Hlglit of l'lirdinFu I.ea8r), lictwcuu
S n'clnrk a. in. anil Ii o'cloclc p. in.
Satiiriliiy, Murrli until, 1907, nt tlio
Glllro of tlic Silli-Acciit of the Hlxtll
Land District. Said ottlru will he i-s-IiiIiIIhIiciI
for the aliovc-Ktatcil day at
tlic KalnliiMi School Houkc, Knliilico,
Lot Xo. Aic.t. Appralhcd value,
Th' I'risident was a little unruly, but he was frequently that way. Th'
married ladies in th aujeence wild limlhcrstaud. He meant miwtliiu
It was ou'y wan iv his tantrums. A little moral suasion wild bring
him around all rieht. At tirisiut th' chief .Mimistrate was in th'
kitchen with his daughter set tin on his head.
'' 'Th' speech was rayceived with loud cbeers,"iiu' th' mob pro
ceeded down Pinnsylvauva Avnoo. He noon all enthrance to th
eapitol were jammed. Congressmen attimptiu' to enter were t-eired by
th' hair iv th' head an' made, to sign a pa-apcr proiuisin' to vote right.
Inimojntcly afther th' prayer tli' .llon'rable Gussie (iuindhrop iv
.Matsachooetts olTercd th' sutfrago bill f'r passage. 'Th' motion is
out iv ordher,' began th' Speaker. At this niinyit a lady htandin'
behind th' chair tlhrove a ilarniug needle through his coat tails. Mint,'
continued th' Speaker, reachin' behind him with an agnized expression,
'I will let it go annvhow.' '-Mr. Speaker, I protest,' began th'
llon'rable Attilti Stbrong, 'I protest ' At this a perfeck tornado iv
rage liroltc out i:i th gall ries. Inkwells, iiricks, comii, snoe, smeiiiii
bottles, hand mirrois, fans, an' powdher putfs were burled at th' on
forchnit iiiiiuIkm-. In the midst iv th' confusion th' wifo iv Congress
man Sthroug cud bo seen wavin' a par'sol over her head an' callin'-
out: 'I dare yo to come homo tonight, polthroon.
"Whin th' noise partially subsided, th' bold Congressman, his
face livid with emotion, was heard to remark with a sob: 'I was
on'y nlniiit to say I second th' motion, deary.' Th' bill was carried
without a dissintnr voice, an rushed over to th' Sunt, there it was
opposed be Sinitor Tilliuan, but after a brief dialogue with th' leader
i th suftrageitcs, he swooned away. I h hunt liu'lly instlirueter. ti.
clerk to cast tli' unanimous vote rr tli niea-nre. loiugui in in
prisince iv a vast inultiehood th' I'risident was led out bo his wifo
anneii witli a uat-irou. lie was supponcii, or riuiier iiiisueii, oe in
iv his burly daughters. Ho seemed much eoufii-ed, an' his wife laid
to point out with th's flatiron th' place where he was to sign. With
trcnihliii' fingers he alli.ed his signature an' was led back.
"'Th' night passed quietly, although n slight disturbance was
caused bo th' .Missionary dillygation deniandin' to vote at waiist. Th'
sthrcets wero crowded all aveiiin' with good-natured throngs iv ladies,
an' in front iv th' dry goods stores, which weie illuminated f'r th'
occasion, it was almost impossible to get through. Iv course there
were th' iisiialy riochous scenes in th' dlirug stores, where th' bibulous
gathered at th' sody wather counthers an' eillybrated th' victhry in
loinnn, vanilla, an' choe'late, some iv thini kecpiu' it up till t o'clock,
or even later.'
" 'Whin that comes alwut, mo child,' says I, 'ye may sheathe ye're
hat pins in ye'er millinary, f'r je'll have as much right to vote as th'
most ignorant man in th' ward. Hut don't ask f'r rights. Take thini.
Ait' don't let aiiuyouo give tliim to ye. A right that is handed to ye
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44 fi.37 " 3C.3r,
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93 2G.50 ' 20.50
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95 19.40 " 19.40
90 17.05 " 17.05
It's more than likely
M didn't fight f'r th'
f'r iiawthiu' has Mimethin' th' uiatther with it.
it's on'y a wrong turned inside out,' says 1.
rights I'm told I enjye, though'to tell ye th' truth 1 enjyo me wrong
more; but some wan did. Some time, some fellow was prepared to
lav down his life, or bctther still, th' other fellow's, f'r th' light to
"I believe ye're in favor iv it yo'ersilf," said .Mr. Urnnessy.
"Faith," said .Mr. Dooley. "I'm not wan way or th' other. T
don't care. What difl'renee docs it iiiuku i 1 wudden't mind at all
bavin' a little soap an' wather, a broom an' a diithcr applied to
pollyticks. It wudden't do anny gr-rcat harm if a man cudden't be
illictcd to olliee ouless ho kcjit his haiv combed, an' blacked his Jioots
an shaved his elm
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Vo made In persoi) lay the applicant,
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Plans of tho lots and fall particu
lars as to necessary nualltlc.itlons of
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diciary hiilldlni?. Hnaoliila.
JAS. V. I'UATT.
Conunlmiliiupr of Vuhllc l.unds.
Honolulu, O.ihu, T. II.,
February 27tli, 1907.
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We pack, haul and ship your
goodi and lave you money.
Dealcn in STOVE VOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stoiace in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kinz .St. Phone Main 58
Mr. V. W. Hull:
I Ccraino a member of tho associa
tion uf which j oil aro tho president, a
lilll'j after lt Htart, and am natUUe.1
uilh uh.it it Iiub fuiniled. Tlio ilecean
el! members hao received burial re
spectablj', and had It not been for
jour association their lllag one
uould tuiikiubtedly feel tho funeral nv
penso ruiitilderablj'. I recommend ov
ciy nun and woman and child to Join
In. DAVIU 1.. AI.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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