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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLVLU, II. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY
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MILWAUKEE PUNCTURE PROOF
Reduced to $12 Per Pair
Owing to the
and its consequent ready sale, J. S. Bailey has
succeeded in getting a Reduction of $2.00 per
pair from the makers, which he AT ONCE gives
to the public the whole benefit, being assured
that increased sale will follow this reduction.
Henry H. Williams,
WITH THE CIIY FURNITURE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 846. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call, 840.
L, 0iHBmhP c
Ik. Olfl Bell t Bums, Lndrea
Illull. Cut U t68o.
Iliiinl tnm em litutrallal I.
Sterling qualities of this TIRE
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
229 and 231 KING STREET.
Telephone 398. P. O. Box 441.
A KatlT Bottle In the padrone Istandr,
Pnwat Um aa UiuaUaUuu la '' )h W aVaVmW!
Tho great surgeon pushed bnck 1Mb
clinlr from tlio titble. IIo liml finished n
good breakfast mid wiia disposed to be
"Well. Martha, what la ItV
The girl was (standing In tbu dour
way, waiting to bo oddrcssod.
"If yon please, sir. thero's n child
wants to see you. "
"Didn't yon tell her to call during
ufllco hours T"
"She wouldn't go nway, sir."
"Is sho at tho door now!"
"No. sir: sho crowded past mo Into
yonr private ofllco."
Tho grot surgeon scowled at the
girl Then he roso qnlckly and passed
from tho room and across tho ball into
his Inner ofllco. It was rather dark, nnd
"ir'n MK ltALk," HIK KU'LAISRD.
for a moment bo cnnldn't discern his
caller Thru ho stepped to tho window
and draw up the shitdn.
Sho was a littlo girl, n very llttlo
glil. with u llttlo. weazened faco and
llttlo black eyes that suapped ulid twin
kled A shabby brown straw lint crowu
cd her black curls, nnd her frock was
shabby, too. and her shoes nnd stock
ings ,wcro shabby Indoed. Over her
thonlders was n small black shawl, and
with tho ends that hung down across
her breust her brown Augers constantly
Tho snrgeon looked down nt her. Shu
was such n littlo mito. perched upon
tho cxtremo odgo of tho biggest chair
in tho room, with her shabby llttlo
shoci pnshud back against n round
Somehow lie didn't say tho bharp words
ho Intended saying.
In fact, all ho said was. "Weill"
"Do yon doloctorl" Tho child's
volco was a littlo hoarso nnd n littlo old
for her years. Tho snrgeon nodded
"Then that girl of yourn Is n fibber.
Bho says. 'You can't see him.' An I
says. 'I will' An then I gives her n
push nn vnns straight by her. an hero I
am. nn hero you be," And sho laughs
"Well, well." Bald tho surgeon, re
pressing nn Inclination to miiilo, "now
that yon nro here, what can I do for
Tho child straightened her fncp.
" 'Tnln't for mo," sho said quickly
"I wouldn't como hero nohow for my
self Your prices Is too high. Distrlck
pliyaickcra is good enough for poor folks
like mo. Beside. Miss Flaherty, sho's
do lady I boards wit', says. 'Oh, how
you do lovo to knlfo 'cm I' "
Perhaps tho great surgeon wluced n
little at this
"Go." hu said "My time is vain
"Mino nin't." said tho child com
placently. "But what I comes hero fer
"And who is Petlo?"
"He's mo big brndder, who's goln
on 16. IIo got lmrted by a motor Ins'
Tuesday, an you got him In do horspl
tnl. ward 2, fort' bed from do door."
Tho surgeon took out a memorandum
"Yes." he raid : "Peter Mullen, ribs
broken, eplno hurt I remember the
boy What about him J
"Didn't ho sny nothln nbont Mamie?
Dat's me. Yon see. It's do fust tlmo
Petlonn mo has been aap'rated slnco
madder died. " Sho passed the fringed
end of tho shawl quickly ucrosa her
eyes. "Thero. it's all right Boys will
get hurt What I wants to say Is this
At 'leven o clock yonso is going to oper
ate on Petlo. IIo tolo mo so hlssclf
Ho was lyln qnlet. nn tho young doc
tors thought ho was asleep An doy
nays It was n mos' IntoreBtiu caso an
scarce on dat you was bonu to try do
Unifo on It. An dey said dat wtd good
nnrsln Petlo would Kit well In do
natch'rol way, but In do Intrust of scl
enco dat's what dey said you was
goln to tnko do chances wid do knlfo,
an den doy wid dcre wasn't one chanco
in 20 of do boy's llvln through It Soot"
Tho surgeon's faco grow dark.
"Well, what of ltt" ho asked almost
"Don't git mad." said the child
"I'm just glvln It to yon straight
You seo. It's like dls: I can't spare
Potle nohow Ho's all I'vo got I ain't
itrong tneself, nn Petlo looks after mo
like a innddor He's an uwful smart
boy He sells papors nn runs errands an
holds horses Ho kin do mos' anything
An what I want to say Is dat If science
needs n kid to cut why not tako mo nn
"What's thntt" crlod tho surgeou
"Thore you goL fjlttln mad ng'ln,"
Jf ll'IBill' '
moo tne cniui "i unow wnat you u
say You'll sny my easo ain't no inter
ctln one like Petio's But how do yon
know till yon look?"
"What's tho matter with yemt'
growled the surgeon
The child tiKHl up One of hr fhonl
dors drooped, and she was bent like nn
"It's mo back," sho explained.
"Como here." said tho snrgeon.
Thn child shuddered.
"Yon ain't got no knlfo nor nothln 1"
"No." said tho surgeon, and ho re
peated moro gently, "Como hero.'
Then ho took her on his knee, un
fastened her dress nnd ran his hand
along her spino. kneading it carofully
hero and thero. As tho examination
proceeded his eyed sparkled and he
' "When did thlt hnppcnl" he osked.
1 "T'rco year ago." replied tho child:
"rnnaway hnsH. " .
"Anything over dono for ltt" '
"Petlo took mo to a man that puts
Irons on me. but doy lmrted so dreadful
fat Petlo trim 'cm nway."
Tho great surgeon sworo softly.
"Thero." hu said, "thnt will do."
Ho smiled down nt her as ho helped ro
fatten tho dress "Sclenco ucccpts tho
exchange." ho gnyly added.
"Polio will bo taken caro of until ho
gots well." wild tho surgeon "Go nnd
bco him today I shall want you tomor
Tho child shuddered slightly
"Wh-what fort" sho troruulonsly
"Don't you worry," said tho surgeon
"That Mrs Flaherty of yours was n llt
tlo harsh Anyway there'll bo no knlfo
for j on Be hero at 0 o'clock tomorrow
morning 1 want n wlso man to sco
yon Then you will go to n nlco placo.
whero children who aru not strong nro
sent, and, please God. If all goes well,
we will fit yon out with n straight now
"But Petlo an me nin't got no
money I" gasped tho child.
"Science, who has just mado a bar
gain with yon, will havo to look out
for that herself." laughed tho surgeon
"Anyway yon needn't worry."
Tho child looked up nt him with
shining eye nnd mudo nn awkwurd llt
"Yon you'ro n splendid mnnl" sho
"Goodby," said the surgeon. Clovo
land Plain Dealer
"How gracefully she handles a fan"
"Yes. She used to keep the flies off
tho tables lu her father's dairy lunch."
At Demaiin rity.
"Keep your cyo on thnt core, Bill;
he's forming a company to wash min
ers and pan out tho results of tne
batbs."-Plck Me Up.
"It 1 lurk near tliW ludi-t," the tpldcr obaervad
On a plcaaant and tunahlny day,
"1 anall doubtlcn liaro fun, ere the altcrnoon'i
For I'll frighten Vila HuStt nwayl"
But Idea M., at It luppcncd, nat right at th.
Of an entomological clan,
0 that aplder, you Me a "fine tptclmtn," he
ll a prlaonar now under glint
V n Acfiiilrnl flrnc..
ft 'A a
x hop orr
A Plot Tim I lulled.
(uc. j .-( a jirt:a.u.jv " "."w:j
O MENU POTt SATUntJAT. o
m In tote the husband tee. tiut the ttatue. 41
O Tlii tout It chown only lo tk. lof.r. Or.- o
Tripe U loonrutv.
I'rUct Rarest I'otaccRi. Krlnl ApplM
Cofftc. Toast. Itartiiiladr.
Bffivilnl Lamtn' Frlct.
Ilrovn llrcd anl lluttcr. Tm.
Olffr. Ollic". Plcklr. Crimson BiJfcl.
Epanl-li Onlmn. Stullfil Tomaloca,
Lhcrrjr 1rt. Clircac. CoBm.
CHIHfON BAt.AD.-Chon fl. red Mh-
liari anil I10UI In reaerve. red beela and
two parta of coot potatoca twlled etprraAljr
ana preied narm (not hoi) and aured inn
ly. Make a plain utad drrulnci pour II on.
11 ine aaiaii anu tm eoloreo cvenij,
mi:mt port sundat.
Ilomtllntu l the keit guardian ol jmnn
KirFi tlrlne. -Mnie. de Uenlla.
Cck1(1Ii Cakca, Tomato Sauce.
Celery balil. Ilaron.
I'otators au (Irattn. WtfilM.
Cflllrt. Marmalade. Toait.
ruricot Mrrcn Prai.
Oltrea. Anrlmtv Cantea. Celery.
Ham a la I'nrlil.in. Iloatt Oovte.
Oarnlahot Crrnt. Tnrnlin.
U'tturc Sila.l. Crivp tlteoa
Dararlan Cream. Fruit. Cull re.
ItOASr O0OSI- Imtead of preparing ap
ple raecc erpanitclr lor roant (,ooe lake a
aultalile numlrr of plpptna or other aweel
atipli-a. pare thrni. rimove the core and cut
the apnlit In iiartrr. Stufl jour ko
wtlli them licluro putting Into the fire.
Ihey lll Impart tliclr flavor lo the hlril.
A tvupte oumre of hultanaa eprlnkled
amonn the apple nil) Improte the taite. or
the applca may lie half roaattd txfore they
are put In the room.
KOIICI.MDAT II W US. Quarter nf a pound
of bread cruuilia, one ouni-e of tiuttcr. two
or three dropa of evince of lemon, one eg,
one deaicrtrpootilul of dried licrtia. pepiier
and ealt. Make a forcemeat of Hie aliove In
irrcdlenta, tileadins; witii the tiratrn eirir.
then roll Into llltle lulli and try In hutter
till lirown. A few fried crouton, can be
added nith advantage to tlila toun; alo a
little vorrratiralilrc raueo It conpidrred an
mi:mu ron mondiy.
There are n? more thorough prudea than I
Ili.iao wog i.ivu auinv evLiri lu iuu.
KlJncy Onulel, llacnn.
I'olalnea, t nameil. Frieil Itread.
Ilakcd AppUl. Holla. Cuffee.
bttued l)uk Wlnca.
HaUd. Dread and lluttcr.
V-al and Ham Tie.
llrmwt W7"outa. 1.
1,1. MON I'll:. One and a half lemont,
acant run aupar, heaptnz tablepuonful tluur.
butler tne aire ct a lame ckk. one whole
ruff and lolka of two. one cun warm uater:
Inli the flour with the tu;ar and then mil t
,11V ,,IIIWII JUI.V RHU ".III n,,.l llirui Bill.
ugari tat the two solka and the nlmle
egg e!) and etlr tn with mixture. Cook In
a farina nan until It benunea a thick cream,
then add the butter and atlr till butter la
melted. I'ut In a cool place, and when cold
make a rich pie patte and place the paite
tn a uutck oen to hake, then Wat the
whltea of the egga. adding powdered au;ar f
. I I.a llk.i. .!. n.a.BH Is Hnl.1 n.i. .
,U, IIV.IIUKi . Iiri, .IV i-ll I- Ulllli 'U,
In the cream and eprcad the white, of the
egga over the pie and brown lightly In an
MRNU FOIl TCr.SDAY.
lodeit In wormn la a, lrtue moat rle
aenlni;..aln4ie we do all we can to cur. ber
f II. Llngree.
Frle-1 Smrlle, Tomato tUuce. Fried Palart.
Thin Drown Dreed and Duttar.
Veal Cutlet, a la Z.lncara.
Celery. Tomato Pickle .spinach, wtttt
Dire. Maahed Potato.
Vclrct Sponge Cake. Code..
CHF.ESE FONDU.-A pint bowl tan .1
minced cheeae. w tilth altould not b of
rich kind) the tame quantity of bread
crumba, two well beaten egga. half a nut
meg, teaapoonful of aalU lleat a pint f
milk boiling hot and In It a large table
tpoonful ol butteri xur the lolling milk
over the other Ingredlenlt and mli well,
cover the bowl with a plate and aet It back
on the range for three or four houra 1. dla
aolve, ttlrrlng occaalonally and bring care
ful It doe. not ctiok. Half an hour before
.upper butter a nice pie plate and pour Into
tt the mlilurej let It In a qui. k oven anil
brown, eendlng It to table err hot. Thta
deprnda fur Ita ann-tia on wing qaUte
ainooth and th. cheeae all dlawlvea.
fta a i"t a-..a a .a a .a .. . a a a
ih . "" 1
MI3XU roil WEDNESDAY.
The more hidden the venom the mora 4am
grroui It la Marguerite ilc alola.
Drolled Ham. Poach, d Ego.
Pally l.unn. ColTtv.
Cold Tongue. Mulled PcppeM
rJandttUhia. Tta. Chww.
Celery, llllvea. IVai li llcklaj.
Plgroua a la Malntrnon.
Camlili of Celery a U Creme. PoUtaaa.
Apple Pie. Cl.ceae.
nans nrtouii.i.n.-sii egg, hall a cp.
ful of milk or, ttter Bt 111 . of cream, two
muthrooma, one leaaponnful of aalt, a llllb
pepper, three tahleaioonfuli of butter. Cm
the muahroomt Into dice and fry tli'ni fur
on. minute tn one tableapoonful of butler.
Deat the egea. nit, pepper and cnain r
gether and put them tn a aaucepan. Add
the butter and mualirooma to theec Ingrvdl
enta. Stir over until the miiture beglna ta
ihlitAB. Take from Ilia flro and bt-at raDtd
ty until the eggt become quite thick and
creamy. Hare alien of luaat on a hot dlah.
Heap the mlitur. on the toaet and Mm
STUFFED PF.PPr.lt3. Stuffed green aweel
pepper, or tamatoea eonatltute a good lun.-h- ,
eon viand. All may be atuffad with ltM t
' bread crumba, forctd meat or celery.
lt V ifoU3& ,
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