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:o SAYS THEY BlTT JR DYSPEPTICS no reason ny any on r fn m dyspep" or any .ut).. Mitttf r' Stomach natlpttlnn, Indlsffestlon, MiiiirM. fever and ague. . ..1 mm it t yu. Tt it ruth . k wi l rnl4t th bowels, im in. I Trth ;S RKVKN1-K t f th battle. VP1. It and brln bao e that a rill TAMP covers th y,fir and h Builder IJOSTETTES BITTERS WER E TRIED The Attornev R Replies To Azbill. CASES OF THE JAPANESE 5 Dole Sajs Sentences Without Trials Belong to Domain of Munchausen. At the meeting of th Honolulu Pro tective League Monday, Rev. W. K. Az- bllt asked the leairue to Investigate the cases of three Japan? who, he be lieved, were in Oahu.Jall, serving sen tences without ever having been tried. can hear him as well as th others. Vice Is th on'y thing talked Iv at th' churc h socyables an th toothers' meet ings: 'tla raysolved be th' Insomnyr. Hub that row's th' time to make t. nyin wedge again th dlvvllsh hurd. gurdy an meetln's are called to burr, the polls in He fr npt arrstln' th' crim inals who sell visitable at th top Iv their lungs. Some van Invints an an tUvlce cocktail. Lecture Is delivered to small bodies 1 v preachers on how t detect Vice so that no wan can palm off countherfelt vice on thim an make thlm think It's good. Th polls be comes active an' whin th polls Is ac tive 'tis a rood time fr dacint men to wear certyflcates outsldes Iv their 'Oat. Han you s monsthers - Is nailed th act of blstln In a shell of beer a Herman Garden; husbands wait n th polls station to be r-ready to hall nut their wives whin they're ar retted Vr shopln afther 4 o'clock; an there' more Joy over wan sinner ray turnrd to th station th!n Tr ninety an' nine that've rayformed. "Th lo crusad-.- I' havin' th" time Iv hi life all th while. HI? pitcher 1 In th' papers Ivry mornln' nn' his sermon Is a directhry Iv traces Iv amusement. He says to him sllf: 'I'm Improvln the wurrul an me name will so down to th' itineration as th greatest vice buster iv th cin chry. Whin I fret through they won't b enough crime left In- this city to amuse a sthranger f r m Hannybal, OLD MASTERS . Copies from Paintings in the famous . Galleries of Europe . . On Exhibition AND SALE AT THE Art Rooms of the Pacific Hardware Company, Ltd. FOR THE HOLIDAYS A fine line of BURNT WORK by Miss R. Smith of San Franci jeo. The Latest PYROGRAPHY OUTFITS, with Calf and Sheep Skins, Leather and Wooden Mat- erials for burning. FRENCH CHINA FOR DECORATING ARTISTS MATERIALS IN LARGE VARIETY A SPECIAL IMPORTATION of Picture Mouldings and Frames f or Christmas presents: OIL AND WATER COLOR PAINTINGS y local Artists. To arrive Platlnoty pe and Carbon Prints, COPLEY PRINTS, Photogravures, Engravings, Etchings, etc, etc In connectio n with the Art Department Misg King Df San Francisco has opened a studio for Instruction in China and M lnlature Painting. Atlnrn.. II I w .. . """"'un, i r mimj nmuiw, ' " X-MAS 11 t-L V !IU dowry bIior In MALI. MONTHLY PATMrCNTW. I sill tf rHt to t9 mm mm. II IB CO.. about the matter, said: "On the 13th day of May last a Jap anese by the name of Okawa Yohat.hl ro was attacked at Kallua. North Ko na. IJoth of his leu, one of his arms and his nose were broken and he was otherwise severely Injured. He was left apparently dead and the remarkable thins; about the case Is that he I still illve. Twelve Japanese were Indicted for the crime at the Ch tober term of court at North KohaU. "All had a full and fair trial by Jury and one was acquitted and eleven were ronvl-ted. Mr. t'athrart. the Ieputy Attorney General, who tried the case on behalf of the Territory, (tave Mr. !. A. Iavls, the attorney for d fen dnts. thirty days In which to perfect a bill of exception. He suberuntly irave Messrs. Kohertsnn ft .U.W. who were also of counsel for the WnUnt. eighteen days more. "If the alteration of Mr. Aiblll had any foundation In fart, certainly Mr. Dairls. Mr. Robertson and Mr. Wilder would have been prompt to take ad vantare of It. Sentence without trial and without plr-a of anility belons; to the domain of tlaron Munchausen." MR. DOOLEY OH THE CRUSADE AGIST VICE WrWWWvvVVv,v,yVtvW I II BUFFET BEER IN AT LAST J Jfo.i tried It 7t? 1 ' Milwaukee's best! J'ryNiy knows want that meani. "ttrrl of t dn 4,'urtM, $12. M. nm of 4 doien q-iaxts, $3.00. riis of 2 doteo quarts, $3.00. ;ivr! to any part of the city. -FfSCHLAEGER COMPANY, Ltd and liatbel Strata. Honololo. eWWWWlrrrpArV iovv is your hance ' th rfr days w ara offatioc 5"w, Ko.Uk. rifotorapl Altm-, . at price nver befor heard Honolulu. W mrm almost Hving Cameras Away ' i- rrilursd tha prlcf to tuch ComMned with the abott "v,r' try offer wa giva V'XFF. INSTHT'CTION IN l'ilOTIX'.UArHY to onr ftstomrt. !Wulu Photo Supply Co. Fort Street. "Vice," sa'd Mr. Dooley, "Is a crea ture of such heejou meln. as Iloran ays. that th more ye see It th betther ye like it. I'd be afraid to enther upon, a crusade araln vice ft fear I might prefer It to th varchous life Iv a ray plctable liquor dealer. Hut annyhow th crusade ha started an befure man- ny months I'll be loo kin' undher th' table whin I s-t down to a peaceful fjme Iv solytalr to tee If a pollsman In cltlfens' clothe ain't concealed tTere. Th city v New York. Hlnnlssr, sets th' fashion Iv vice an starts th cru sade arstn It. Thin Iv'rybody else takes ft up. They'se crusades an' crusaders fn Iv'ry hamlet In th land an places that I cured with nawthln' worse tMt. pltchln' horseshoes slnds to th' fcielrhlrrln M city Vr a case Iv vice to jruppres. We're in th' mist Iv a cru- nde now an' there Isn't a pollsman In wn who n't thremhlln Tr hi Job. "As a petl. Hlnnlssy. we're th Irreatest crusaders that Iver wafr i! T)nrt distance. tn a nu!irtnr mnc thr'k we r.m crusade at a rate thnt and make lloean' frlnt. Godfrey th fluIMon. lok like cran. Tlut tn throiible I th crunde don t last afther th' first sprint. Th crusader drop out Iv th proclsslon to take a dhrlnk or put a little money on the ace an' be th' time th' end Iv th' line Iv march I ranched th boss crusader I a!on? In fh Job pin' Ms former follower I hurl- In' hrlrks at Mm fr'm th windows v llcv shp. Th bos cruader al ways rets th double cross. If I want ed to slnd rre rwxi name oown i" in rlreratlor with Cap Kid an Jese .fame. I'd hnd a movement fr th suppression of vice. I wud s. Tm e ltl:nnlsv. 'tis this way: th' la-ad lllcted to office an' put on th' poll force 1 4 In need IV A lltt'e looe than an th' on'y wav they can rt It to be nerotvatln' with vice. Tam many rn't raise anny monev on th' churches; it won't do rr thlm to raid a lPf furrlshln sthore Tr Ver,ln ,1lor1ertv necktie In th' window. Thev've cot to p-pt th' money wlwe It's rnmtn' to thlm an' 'tis on'y comln to thim whre th lav n vll- hum" m-t-ire Yts sthrserle holt on eech other. r.-Mmsn roe afther vice as an of rr v th' law n rorrie wv s a r,h!t'op.er. Th teery v mysUf. Ho ran.Crokrr an'cther larned mn 1 that vice wMn It's broke I a rrlme an whin It's rot a bank account I a necessity an a luiury. "Welt, th ta-ads roe on usln th revised statute a a sandbar an' by an' by th captain Iv th' polls station rrts to a pint where his steam yacht bump Into a canoe Iv th PrlsMlnt Iv th' Htandhard II Comp'ny. an' thin there's th' dlvvle to pny. If been a dull summer annyhow, an people are lookln fr a chanr an a little dlvar- slon an somrtxijr wno oen i my- mlmtr what happened to th last man that led a crusade araln vice, rets up an' say he: 'Thl here city I a vereytable Hodom an It must be clean ed out.' an' Ivry body take a broom at It. Th" church applnt comltle an' o doe th Htock Kxchanr an th p.rewers oclty an afther a while .i..(i nrvnnlsatlons Jumps Into th' fray, as iforan says. Witnesses h.fore th comity Iv A,timntsd t'nlon Iv Hhelt Wurruk th Socletv Tr th Trevintlon Monev. th Ancient Ordhr Iv Mend Men. th Knlrhts Iv th Round Tsbl with th silt In th' centner; an plke M'f'.ltje. th burrlar. examines thlm on vice thev have met nn' what oiiirht to be done tow'rd keepln th' poll In nUhts. Thin th' man thit f bjet to canary bur-rds In windows, threct mn1c. vlvye-tlon. prof4n!ty. etpcntre f.in'rnl. open sthreet cars an' other vice, take a hand an ye where he's wronp. Afther a while people gets tired Iv th pastime. They wants somewhere to go nights Most people ain't vicious. Hlnnlssy, an it takes vice to hunt vice. That accounts rr polismen. Besides th' horse show or th football rames or something eli excltln' dlvarts their attention an' wan day th' boss crusad er finds that he s alone In Podom. 'Vice ain't so bad afther all. I notice business was betther whin 'twas ram pant.' says wan la-ad. 'Sure ye'r r'Kht.' sas another. 'I haven't sold a slnrle pink shirt since that man Markers closed th' faro rames. say he. Th' theatyre business ain't what It was whin they was more vice. snys another. This ain't no Connecticut vll lajre.' he says. 'So 'tis no use thryin to tnthrajooc soomchury legislation in this Impeeryal American city. he says, "where people come pursooed be th' Sherriff fr'm Iv'ry comer Iv th wur ruld. he says. 'Ye can't make laws fr this community that wud suit a New Knrtand vlllare.' he says, 'where. he saVs. 'th people ar-re too civilized to be Immoral. he sgys. 'Vice. he says, 'roe a lonr way tow'rd makln life bearable. he snys. A little vice now an' thin is relished be th' best Iv men.' he says. 'Who's this Parkers, anny how. Intherferln' with th liberty Iv th Indlvldooat. an.' he says, 'makln' It hard to rent house on th' side threets.' he says. 'I bet ye If ye Invls tlrate ye'll find thnt he's no betther thin he shud be hlmsllf. he savs. An th' best Parkers rets out Iv it Is to be able to escape fr'm town In a wig an' false whiskers. Thin th captain Iv th poll that been a-spendln his vaca- .. .. ... ... uiMnnn wnere a man has to - a nocicy .Mountain sheep to be a po llsman. returns to his old place, put- i' inti on in rack an' says. 'Car rlty. lf annybody calls ye can tell him tn rtllt In an . ... ... .- aiKriuiir an lave it in me box An If ye've rot a rood man nanay i wisnt ye'd slnd him over an' .i.oi i-uncn in- uishop'a head. Ill Grace Is gettln too gay. "An there ye ar-re. Hlnnlssy. Th' crusade I over an Vice I rtmnnt araln. I'm afraid, me la-ad. that th inna iv vice Is too sthronr In thin wur-ruld Iv sin rr th' frlnds Iv var chue. Th' rood man th .-...,. ... . - -'. v. r i 1 1 1 f TC' a w t. . . . n... H i in rrusane wanst in five no on y wnin ne has time to spare fr'm his other Jootles. 'Tla a pas time rr Mm. Rut th' deflnse Iv vice Is a business with th' other la-ad an' he nails away at It. week days an' Pun days, holy days, an' fish days, mornln. noon an nlrht." "They ourht to hanr some iv thim politicians," said Mr. Hlnnlssy, angrily. "Well." said Mr. pooley. "I don't know. I don't exnlct to rather calla miles In Hojran's turnip patch. Why shud I explct to pick bunches Iv spot less statesmen frm th rradooatlon class Iv th house lv correction?" F. P. Donne. mt Co FORI STREET, ttONOULU. WHITNEY & MARSHA ,L For Christmas CRANBERRY, MINCE, CUSTARD, PUMPKIN AND MANY OTHER TIES. We will be prepared to fill all order for Mince Pies. Kindly place orders in advance for Cranberry, Custard and Pumpkin Pics. FRUIT CAKE that Is the best In town. German Bakery Phone White 3851 UPPER FORT STFEET. Approval In making our extensive preparations for the Holidays we have had two point in view The Iughtness of our Goods and the Fairness of Odb Prices. On this foundation we build our business. 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