Newspaper Page Text
EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATl'itDAY, JULY .11. 110
Rear Admiral Seaton Schroedcr,
A Who Commands Atlantic Fleet
nyillB. .; :v; .CT
V -.-.-. v7VTssft'.,ttifcjBlsssssM
The Fourth ot, July was cslebrat ed by tho Atlantic fleet with a great
booming of guns, for fifteen, of tho big battleships of llnar Admiral Seaton
Schrwdcr's squadron are now iiianuuvuiing off thu New Kug.ntid coast.
In some, cases thu men hud sbo re liberty and JuiuuJ In local cele
brations, but the ships did not hall long In their wort. Twelve cf the
battleships nsEembU.-d at Hampton II oads on Juno 29 to proceed with the
summer practice "and sailed Imui'-dlu tely for tho New England coast. The
new military musts will be thorough ly tried out, and for tho first time In
years all tho ships appear In their warlike coat of gray. In fact, Rear
Admiral Scluoeder's squadron went 1 orlh In wnr paint us perfectly equip-IK-d
for battle as though wur were In piugiess.
The polo mutch last Saturday at
Leilchuu was Intensely Interesting
and showed wonderful Improvement
over the last game, when the Ouhu
team scored such an .easy victory.
This time, Jiowever, the Cavalry offi
cers were u mutch for them, and It
was only by concentrated effort and
yiklllful maneuvering Unit Oahu
scored at nil. The field was -In splen
did condition and the scene an ani
mated and beautiful one with tho
Army women out In full force. Their
enthusiasm was Intense when tho
Fifth scored their first goal. Many
gay parties made the trip from Ho
nolulu In autos, and at least twenty
that had Journeyed down from town
lined the Held with spectators. Most
of tho strangers dined a,t I.elleluia
end remained for the dance nftcr
wards, us guests of the officers. The
ride back to town was simply en
trancing. The road led up hill nnd
down dale, over gulches nnd through
ravines, and always, as wo Bped on-.
ward, the beautiful moon lighted I
our path with silver rays of Irrcdes-1
tent light, while In the background
the magnificent heights of tho Wnl-
nnao mountains cast wierd shadows
like huge goblins chaBlng timid I
brownies out of the woods. The en-'
chuntment of It all silenced the
merry makers, and a subdued and
tired, but huppy, lot ot people
reached home In the wee smull
hours ot Sunday morning.
While Mr. Paul Isenberg was the
guest of his sister on Kauai last week,
a number of boclal affairs were given
In his honor. Mr. Isenberg. with his
sister, and Mr. W. H. Ulce, were thu
dinner guests one evening of Mr.
Ralph Wilcox, when Mr. Isenberg
planned a pleasunt surprlso for Mr.
Hlce. The guests wcro taken for an
nutomobllo rldo during tho evening
and .returning lo Mr. Rice's, homo
found n gay company assembled In his
honor. The Kapaln bund rendered nu
excellent musical program and a do
llglitful ovcnlng was spent by a largo
number of gueBts In dancing. Hesldes
tho members of Mr. Illco's family, tho
guests weio limited to tho following
visitors on the Island: Mr. and lrs.
Krancls any and their guests, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Elston, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ralph Forster, Mrs. Clifford Kimball,
nnd Mr. Charles Wilcox und his bvldo
A very onjoynblo dancing party was
that given on Monday evening at the
Castle Kindergarten by MrB. Castle -
Coleman und Miss Ermlno Cross, In
honor of Mra. (leoige M. Meade of Chi
cago, nnd tho following young ladles
who nre her guests In Honolulu: Miss
Morln, Mlus Hnrdlng. Miss Mnyiu-b
and MUb Dewey. Tho grounds were
uttractlvely Illuminated with Innum
erable Japuneso lanterns, und tho
scene wnB a pretty one with llra-ileuse;
foliage forming an attrnctlvo bacK
ground for the guy assembly of betiu -
tlfully gowned women and Hie brilliant
uniforms oftho onicois present, '.Thu
young people spent a delightful even
.Iug..dnucl:ig, and delicious refresh
ments were served during un Inter
mission. Among those present we
noticed Mr. und Mrs. V. It. Custlo,
Miss Ilentrico Castle, Miss Purls, Miss
Sturgeon, Miss Thompson, Mr. A. L.
c. Atkinson, Mrs. Parmalce, Capt. and
Mix. Low, Mr. and Mrs. Livingstone,
the Misses Spauldlng. Ella Wight. Jes-1
sle Kennedy, Alice Cooke, Vera Hum'
on, Harriot Hutch, IMIth Smith, Alice
Heilemann, Uorothy Muilier, tho
MIsfcs Kopkc, and the Messrs. Dond,
Wlthlngton, Clark. Ijowrey, Urown,
Whitney, Ilenton, Thointison, Gil
christ, Hatch, Harold Castle and Lieut,
ltogers, Lieut. Moses, Lieut. Lnwrlo
nnd Lieut. Uowcn,
Tho moonlight dnnco to be held ut
Hulelwu this evening promises to be
one of tho Jolllest affairs ot tho sea
son. A number ot parties hnve gone
down from town to enjoy the special
dinner which Manager Kimball has
prepared fur the occasion, nnd to re
mnln for tho dance. Most of them
will stay over Sunday at the hotel, but
some will return to town In 'automo
biles by moonlight. Tho Hawaiian
Quintet Club will furnish music for
thu dancing, and a concert by tho Wul
ulna baud will bo a happy feature of
Philip Marvel, n young school friend
of Ollchrlst Hutch, Is n guest at "Suns
Bond." He Is the son of Dr. Marvel of
Atlantic City, Now Jersey.
On account of tho continued Illness
of her stepmother. Miss Nannlu Wills
ton of Virginia, will not return to Jlo
nolulii until September.
Tucsduy evening Mr. und Mrs. Sam
Wilder gave a delightful little dinner
nt their nttructive home In Nuuanii
ARMY AND NAVY
DENVER, Col., July 17. A slight
tendency to cxtrnvnganco und -l
little slowneBB In paying his debts Is
the most serious charge shown
ngalnst Captain C. S. Nettles. This
nt tho contention of the Cuptaln's
1 attorney who today aro eiis.'1,'"-! m
getting their case ready for presen
tation to the court martial when It
icBumes sittings Monday or Tuesdny
noxt. Tho prosecution closed Its
enso late yestorduy. The defense as
serts Hint Oftptnln Nettles' -prcieut
Indebtedness Is only $1,800.
WASHINOTON, Julq 17. Four
more retired naval offlvcrs were to-
1 dny relloved from duty on the active
list nnd ordered, to their homes. t
.,,..Thcyfnro Ciptalu, U. Ueorge,,com-
I THE PESSIMIST j
; " ; .- i
. ' ' 1
I HAVE WANDERED over moun-. of
tains, vnlltys; plains, ond other tblngsj'cln
nnil llielr insspiruuon 11110 Terro ri.raco because during hip pcp-imiile.-i 1
put, but I cannot mm tliq Inngiiaga 1
to describe Hawaiian scenes, for I
cannot find the words to tliyiuc with
It. (Ouclil Help!) I
tlrcat or tho narailcix might scorn 1
at no place have I soon mii mm li
brotherly Love us at n prize light.
This Is lor the benefit of my spliltuil
advisor who could nut summon up
enough' Courage' to ntteud the l:t t 011.1.
I have dlrcharged my spirit 11 Jl al'is
or. I do nut tlilnli that he would rub
J a. b!g roufi.li hand over me and amis
line and beg and p'ead inul call mo
names ami tell tne In go In and WIN
If I was matched wllli u big husky
nun In tho squared clrclu like the
trainers of Sullivan and Cordell dl.l
lait Saturday night. I don't think he
would help mo be a man when I Heel
ed to be one l)Ut would weep and
wring his hands timt In consequence
I would gto' Into the ring and get ob
livion knocked Into me. So I hnvc ills-
chntirpit him. lip would tell inu to 1m
n Christian, which sounds noblo from
tho pu:plt but which Is not iusplilng
when the Indlej are not present. I
After nil. tho beft rcliglau Is bttn:;
n man. A man full of theology can
not find tho room In his soul for the
spirit that It nmdc It possible for him
to prnotlcj bin lellglon without danger'
of liojng burnt at the Ltuko. Rlionl.l
a man nilto and smite him on tliel
cheek ho would doubtless remember
tho Good Hook's behest In tliuo to1
turn the'othcr cheek. He would c.illj
this Christianity hut I'd call lt
cowardice and take ' my chances of.
getting myself excommunicated,
"humanity" got through "horrorlng
I'm willing to forfeit tho good will nnd shuddering" over Hip foul deed It
of the community which n n Pcsl-, went nnd bought oyer thu murdprer
inlet, I havo probably donn nlipady, nnd suicide's clothes for ItKI.ICS.
ns Is proper, and believe in Hip Per- Ilellcs of what? ., pf .Inrrpaspd moral
feet Animal. This Is Ugotlsm lint It rojifp? And tlio grputpst satire of
Is tho rivlne Kgn. I have nevor seen It nil Is that tho executrix of lilg
the Perfect Animal to better advan- jstnlp KNKVV Hint an auction of bin
tage than in the pilzo ring. Illg men, j (oods would bring a smull fortuiie.
elenned limbed, knotty nnd and the' ,
grace of the cat In their frame no ( Hero Is n lovo story for femininely
wonder Athenians wnrchipped tho lni.,to pllh over. Ha,r'oii Oscar rtothclUld,
man being ns the most beautiful thins son 'of n crplit! "nnd nolifp Austrian
I on earth. The men who bnvo trained I
I tid tlA l.i.l nf II... .... .M...1 Afiuitn n.... .
...i .wn; .vnfc ... nr fci'iivu vjiviu "t v
nmong the few who are thus now-1
adays. This, however, docs not mako
the Perfect Animal; thd complement j
Is the big. honnrnbln hearts that can,
Inugh In tho heat of the fight, scorn .
to take udvantngo of tho opponent, purgtMhlm of this unfortunate attach
smell tho blood on their bodies and ment, Ho came back nnd they still
havo affection In their hearts for tho
man wrio put It therr. Sullivan and
Cordell nro Perfect Animals and good
Spiritual Advisors, the kind that
MEN need and badly, "Pass the hot-
tie and the glass" ns tho Uohemlnn
dllty goes. Mores to 'em. Drink!
There Is nnnlhcr man lit this town
to whom I'd llko to drink und wish
him flod-specd to the special Purga-j
tnry prepared for the man who poses
as -n, hot-sport at so much ier pose.
This man Is also in tho prlio-flght
gimo. not In tho ring, but In tho "col-
lection plate." He likes to listen to
the sermon In tho ring for It iutn.ls
llko the chink of Sliver Christianity
A dispatch from Texas tells of a
great Indian ceremony lately held,
A prominent divine, on tho strength
mandlng the auxiliary ..cruiser Dixie;
Commander T. Q, Dewey nnd Com
mander W. C. P. Mulr, and Lieuten
ant H. W. Faust, all of whom are
on duty at the naval academy.
This action Is in accordance with
tho new policy against tho assign
ment of retired officers to active du
ty. The command of the Dixie hai
been given to Lieutenant W. Phr
ley, now attached to tho culler
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., munufsctured by the Dulletlo
means all-day speed no mid-afternoon fatigue. It
means more work from n given amount of energy
increased output decreased cost of typewriting to
the employer. Let us give you a demonstration of
this and other Monarch advantages.
THE MONARCH .TYPEWRITER COMPANY
. . - WALL. NICHOLS CO.. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. . ,
Uiccullvs Ollkt t
thin wrote n long and learned nrtl- i
on (he (lORfiicr.ic-y rif th.- human I
tlia Indians handled makes, lie wax
'wioni!, Ten years ugo they would
have eaten them. too.
The world was ilulv !irirj::n,l. vPci
t'lm details of thn murder of Mrs I
Kdlth May Woodhlll liv "l!nh" Eit
man cinie to 'Ight. Pensnllcntl writ-
era nil over the country, In their fer
vent attempts to be worthy 01 thPir 1
Kntnrilny pay. wrntp tr-rfnl. e'-n
frruiili'il, editorial riminc:its on the
"lipinois rf Inrn)- ill"uimt i.tp lb-it I
pervaded the social f ibrle of the coun
try." They piliilrjt In this 'horror"
rp a Krnwlmr 1nur.1l und rhyflcal
r.Piiro In humniilly nm' pointed to tho
great nnd Inrplrlns nnllfl In the
vorld's Ideals painted pictured nf n
near Millenium. Then the next day
came the nrcounf 'of -thn' lun'lcin o'
the gyods of KaLtmnn Knstnnn th
murdciPr. Hr-ro Is th'i tpct-i.lite
dlip"tph from n l np n"---Knstman's
motor boat. In which
Mrs..Wo"dtilll took In.-r futul rl.lp
to lits liunta!'iv b'oU't'it t;8.i.
nnd wen' 10 I--
Kir or eight (itliem were after tho
T!ip oir li'wi,r',' '" ''- V
were bought by Nell Shanahan at
three tltnps tliclr value. Among
other nrtlelp rnlil werp I'jst
mill's revolver, with whlrh he
Killed hlmsplf. a birrel or nleobnl.
n pump gun. drugs. dMics 1111.I
furniture, nil of which brought
good prlcps as relics of the great
Thp crowd mini' In anion, car
rliges nnd launches.
rircnt CI111I! Wh"t 1111 uplift! When
houso,1 fA 'llMlty In' lovo "w'tlH' Olgi
linn. L.ln A'XllAL . a .'I.Ihw.. ..!...!
..ivini, liiifiHmt:! in tl VIIIU.1HU l'llri-
clan. H'e!w!rited to marry fre'r1. '' llut
his VIllfiPM? aV6nts turned up ilielr
noses and cnlfi'cil, ""'She," they said,
"Is bdncath our son's HANK." And.
they.t rent him mound tho world to
refused to nllow the' mnrrlncn. llA
shot himself, for which I don't be-
llcvp blame him. If J, had purents like
that Id eat ground glass. And now
conies ti dispatch from Hamburg
whero MIkb Menu Is staying with hor
mother. It says tho girl Is broken
.iiown, entirely coimpBcd and that her
J death is feared because her Otto
committed suicide on account of
Two fatn'ltlcs, n mother and fnth"r
(Thoo of tho girls those of nobt.-
RANK nro linperilnus to It) are heart-
broken desolate to tho i-ii.l of th.-lr
while headed days. This as n sipH
flee to that modern Iinu.M'ioHi.
RANK. Ab n fil-nl of mine uo to
say. "O Hell!" nil yet wluu feni.
j Inlnlty getii through sobbing over this
love story it will ralfe diiiL-hters of
Its own end rnciiflro THEM to tho
same hideous god. If they got 11
A SLIOHT JOLT.
Dlggs (reading) "Mere's nn ac
count In this paper of a man who
puld $10,000 for n dog, Now, what
do you think of that?"
Mrs. Dlggs 'lOb, that's all
right, I suppose."
"Dlggs "Hut you don't seem
to realize tho mmnituilr of the sum
my dear. Just think ten thousand
dollars for 11 pet. Why, that is
moro than I am worth."
Mrs. Dlggs "Yes, but, of courso,
some pets tire worth more than oth
i. i.j -wgeg--t a
JOO Droatfwiy, Nw Vatk
A LITTLE BITTERS
for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak and unable to
do its work properly.
thus earning the blood
to become poor. Cut
be srrs it is
Then jou have the
best and onrcst that
science can produce.
For ever f1 vcars it
has been provini; its
trerit in cases of Bloat
inp;. Pcor Appetite.
For sale hv llcnson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., HiillUtcr Drug Co., Ltd.:
r!h:itnkeii O.uy Co.. Ltd . llt'ii O'dg
Co.; und id nil 'V'hciU-n.ili l.lq'inl
, u t: a :: u :: :t t: :: :: t: :i :: t:
ritiun ti 1: t: st .! t: t: 1: :: :' ') t: ti -
Tho Aetophnne, lit the tlcm Thealur
luoiight livloiu tl.e people the greatest
living stars of Kuropo and Amcileii ns (
presented In grand ope.'a nnd vaude
ville. It la u sight of a lifetime. Inter
EBtlug, vnihiislastlc, mystifying nslon
Irhlng nnd iiiiiimIiis. Hilly Williams
in the tiost card scene lecelved tre
mendous applause. Tho performance
tliioiighout worked In startling iiutson
and more Minn e.imo up to the expecta
tion of the most skcptlc.il patrons, Ty
loleuli quartet cliorus nnd dunce of the
(Irlsettes from tho Merry Widow, a
Dim nnd music taken from tho original
performance of the operetta Theater
of Vienna, under thy perconal con
diictorshlp of the ciuiiposer. I'rauk 1.1
hor, are nuuibers which must bo seen
nnd heard to bo fully uppieclated. The
climax wiib reached when the scene
from Ulzet'u roiuntitlc opera, the Pearl
Fishers, was put on the canvas. This
beautiful duet, sung by Caruso nnd
Ancona nlono is worth double the
I. rice of the admission charged.
" lints off ikjop'u In deau Islands who.
.The Crercent City Nightingales will. w, ,iaa , ,iarf lot ,. ,,,,,, 0!l
appear for positively the laU llnio nt j lum , (.ct ,,,. ,Io:lll ,, .,iRmciu
tho Hmplio Theater tonight. They will 1)ay
sing uuiong other popular selections, I A j(llj ,UL ,ier territorial govern-'
"Like No 11 i;ika" and "Aloha Oe." A , mct ,Uparttnent Us conducive oil -x
crowded house Is nxpected to give (m pnig life. Dose lucky fellows hsiig
tlicbe ck-pr and utlrastivu young niuir-
ers a musing farewell. Their service
aio In great demand on tho motion pic
tine circuit, hut as next week will I13
taken up with rehearsals for the gran 1
(Concert an-l danco to In given by Iheni
In the K. of P. hall on Saturday, 'Hip;,
Juivo derided to rt-fuso any other of -
fern of engagements,
This ever-popular itmiifenient resort
has 11 rare selection nf new Minis for
tho change of program today. The
feature picture Is entitled "Choosing 11
Life Partner," 11 subject of siilllclently
absorbing Interest to attract all suits
and conditions of men. ll.'lng .1.
l'u the, this charming comedy 1b beau-1
tlfully ktuged mid cleverly played. In I
addition there is 1111 assortment of sub
jects, serious niul laughable, with tho
grand and improved mngnapliouo pro
viding tho muslcul accompaniment,
nnd so entertainment Is furnished In
delight not only thu eye but also tho
car as well.
Tho Centura film. Henry IS. Duro In
"David Oarrlck," nt this populur open
air playhouse, have proved a grcut ut
tructluu during tho past few night It
has been shown, Thu pictures ut the
Park nro especially clear nnd Inter
esting. Thu native music always n.lds
much pleasure to tho show,
There will bo a public Sunday hind
concert at 3 o'clock at the Capitol
Thu Old Hundred.
Oiertuio Undaiilc Storcki
Cliorus Tuiinhniiser Wagner I
I Intermezzo Rainbow Wi-nrlclij
'Selection Jerusalem Verdi I
I PART II.
1 Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by llergcr
1 felecthm Uur.day Parade .... II111110
Mian lionumcp and Spring Song , .
l"ir lie Ainln i l.lnke
1 Tho Star tip ingit-il ilupnei.
The Industrial Edition of the
Even inp; Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing. 50 cents at B u 1 -
BISHOP M'FAUL WHO PUTS BAN
ON SEVERAL BIG UNIVERSITIES
v . kmj.h .njs.-a ,v 'ui i.jSl
ll.rhep James ncKaul of the Hor...n Catholic diocese or Trent. 11 N
J., stlned il.e heads of the tiig univer ''-. 'aie. Hurvard an I
Prliicet.il, when ho .U11.n1.1eed ll.em " teaching and Inculcating Immoral
ity In his iiddrers in tho graduating "' "10 College of HI. l-rancli.
Xnvler In New York city. Pi.mOIoiu lludley of Yolo dPclarcl lie l.!le.el
the bUlioii had hoeu inlsuiiotivl. Ij.it Hlshop Mel-uul repled Hint he not o'.lly
hud been correctly qufited. but that he had much more to say along Ilia
same lines. In a culwe.iii.-ut l:ite.v"W the bl-.bop was quoted n -jIiib
"I Khali Inslruct oery Cilhollc I ran reach that to send his son to one of
these unUerslties Is c.u.ipariwli- to ecu milling 111 roul to p.-rdlilnn.'
Melii l.lel-ei- Adolpli: I u look
my lien by dor bandlu t let you know
dot I um veil. I nm always voll. I.r-
ferybody hero In Honolulu Iks m-11
except Dr. Ateherley. It l said dot
tho greatest gilt mltlll der Power of
(lot Iss eternal life, und I guess Hono
lulu ..!., .lee iil.w.. Up linn litnked out
for all otf der ueoplo who vln der
v.. i..ie ..ft lb. lien, dot
I know about nxce-t Mrs. Stanford.
inul It Ws tnld dot the vas poli.med
mil nolsoif. H-y. Adglih. der vas
by dot Jub tnlt a tenacity woifby off
11 better came. IJer-j vas but von iv-
hlgnatl.m .lot I pnt-r heard off und dot
vii-i tier resignation off Mr. Vutklua
, from der Hoard on Llcrnsu Cnuiiuls-
, tinners. Sot.iebm'y vna trying to In -
r.iuiuatu a new holiday nn der
' utrength off It. Dot oveut li'-eds moru
1 as u holiiliy. It ou.thl to liaff a t'11
j monument mlt n (lie e.ierpj und Lot
mid cold vnlur.
Veil, I don't plarox- dem Tor btlcl:
lug by tier Job but It Iss u-fo quite
neccsBury dot thpy liy by ii few
nickels vhllo .ley are nlUe b?cauo
der vas no territorial pension yet, und
I don't tolleve ns bow duro vlll elfer
ho. Any employe off tier toriltorlu!
government who gits to old 1111 1 lab!e
it.it he can't do .lei- llttlu voik tier
territorial government asks oil him
In exchanjto-for tier goad big fat, sal
ary ho ought to be tookcii out behind
der barn und shot.
It Iss not for 1110 to exrlanatloii to
you nil off tier good things nhoiit
Honolulu for I huff only been by .lose
Islands for llfteen years. I vlll leave
dot Job to der touilsts Mho laud fiom
der shlemiier at 7 o'clock, get 11 room
ut von off der local hotels, tako 11
bath, change, der tocks und then sit
down und wilto their Impresslnns oft
Hawaii for der vorld to lead.
Adolpli, I don't know- vhcro I vlll
vlndo up, I nm getting nhond mi fast.
V011I.I you believe It. I vas writing,
poetry now. I am sending you n short
verse or two hlinst to prove vhut I
say. llut It tikes lots off vork to
wilto poetry, but. Iff you don't let
your mind vnnder or try to einhr.ici)
too many subjects, you vlll gel along
mlt llttlu trouble. After 1 read my
little verses offer I cau't tnf vlu;ro
Shnkespearo or l.ongfollow vns no
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SKIPPERS and FAMILY
1 " -
much. It Iss easy, some nay you
vill see der udvcitUemcilt In (lose
eastern mngarlnen vhleh vlll rotid Uk-j
this: "Kull Set of Splegcimycr's
P.J01HB. In Moioico, Cat:, half Calf.
qim lor Cair and halt cow, .neap si
$3C per ret. 4 cents ier day taken tier
lot." Von't .hit be nlco? Veil, hero
lr.. der vei'.s I told yU about.
vlll notice dot I don't tako up
Miong a -jubject nt llrst but ihal 1 do
take up I cairy It to der 1 ml.
HE MCFFCIt JU.-...-ED AGAIN. .
a u,t'0 Jappy had 11 Job, '
Ill)BI1B FMBar rime.
Ono ilny ho got upon his ear. v v
Und sayc. "Neffer moro again,
Unless my pay Iss boo led,
; Vlll I act ns culllvntor. '
1 11 gj liy Honolulu town,
! Und live mil der Agitator,
C:n- day he got a "go out" juss,
. lT:n thought It ould bj' Jolly
To squander n whole 11lc.il
Mil a rt.lo upc:i der tiuiny
Its city to get oil," he Bald.
"I il rldn .nt to tier end."
llut hardly ves l-o reale.1, vhen
On der ttreet he aaw his fil-.-inl.
He eaiil.ln'l read der notice
Dots iiosto.l nt each end.
In ftict, he did not r.ce It,
Ho only saw his friend. j
His friend now valks.lerstrPPtsn'.oni
Them's a wreath on Jnppy's brow,. '
Ho's gone to Join der nng.-ls,
Llttlu Jnppy's pants nra vncint now,
A FU'ippy little Jappy, . ;
Jumped on n trolley car. , .'
Ho handed up his nickel,
To ride not very far.
To thow his Jap nglllty.
He didn't ring dor bell.
Ills body M-nt to der coffin shop
Und his soul vent straight to llllo..
P. S. S.:
Der vua a lawyer hero In town, '.,
Ho vns clover, young und haiidsouiP. ' '
Ho tinned his hlskri-s o!f last veok,
Now der vlnl blows through del- trail- ,:
soma' 1 . "V
Veil. Adolpli, I can't c.uno down to
common letter news after dor dose of
brain fa? required for der nhovo
-M-m-s so 1 vlll iidt und mako.n nnlsu
like a man vhni hu Iss usleep.
Foil, Mack or Wnianae sand, coral
rr rod; furnished to fill up depres
sion! or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
x Rest comfortably on
' --y roofs covered with
EUREKA PERFECTION ROOF
I . PA1NI. , ,-X".
Sei-''i booklet AurJiti. KL
- .vj!'lf. 4 T-ini.'ttLP.
' ' jf
f 4 If