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HAWLEY'3 MILLINERY PARLORS
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The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bide.; Tel. 264 Main.
aSlCgsSfi "1 X
I1MI TOillS It) (IFIIE
Situations nnd Help Wonted
WANTED Position as driver Ad
dress D., this office 2088 Iw
WANTED Coachman, thoroughly un
derstands caro of horses; well rec
ommended; wants position In prl
vnto family. Address X "V 55, this
WANTED l'osltlon by first class
American groom. City references.
Address Y this office. 2080 lw
WANTED l'osltlon by man now
traveling dry goods nnd hats In
Ifcland trade, similar position, or
v. til consider another line, Rood
enccs. Address, Drummer, Hulk-tin
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion .. 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
! people of Honolulu.
Si -l X
iJf, IANT PATROL AND
Iwi.i iulii i L AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Offlcu nnd Residence. School St ; I
1'. O. Box 284; Tel White 3C91
LET US DO Jour boukccplng nnd(
make 5 our collections Satisfaction!
guaranteed Bonds given as stcur
Ity. C. E. MOORE & CO., ID Mcln
tyie Block 2ISJ2W
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
losltloa ns guardian, postofficc offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Imcstment Co 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Cp. has WHITE AND VOW
WANTED Hoard and rooms for gen
tlvmnn nnd two children, girls, 7
and !'; near town, ghi- full partku
lars and pike I.. It. 1', Bulletin
office. 20-s u
WANTED Evcrj body to know that
the Canton Marino Insurance Co,
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co,
WANTED 300 men to shave for lac.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; five white bar
bers. 2011 tr
TO LET rUeroom rottnge MaM
Ul St near Wilder Ae Eiuiuire
uet door of J Ouderklrl. 2H!8 lw.
FOR RENT Cottago on South St ;
six rooms; modern improvements;
$17 50. Honolulu Investment Co.
Jiuld Uldg 2072 If
TO LET 9 room, 2 story house. 10
minutes walk from I' O , bath, etc
Two-ioomed mttagc on piemlses,'
cool, pleasant locality Address II W
this olflco. 2083-1 w
1 1 LET One large double room, nl I
so one single room, good location,'
on car line mar Thomas Squire II , i
Unix tin oflice 20S-! lw
TO LET Ho room cottage off Wnl
klkl mad between Hopkins nnd
Bishop FWltch Immediate posses
sion Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 2001 tf
P. DANSON KELLETT
Notary Public; marriage
Koom 11, Magoon llldg.
F. M. BROOKS attorney; rooms 9 10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 311.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; IS Kaa
humanu St ; Tel. 181 Mala
J. M. DAVIDSON Attprney-at-Law;
109 Knahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
law; Kaahumanu St.
E. J. WALKER CoKee Droker; room 1
4. Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1188 Union St.. opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
McDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
or and Dullders; UoH Union St.
N. K. OTSUKA Contractor and build
er. carnenters and masons, excavat
ing, filling and curbing, stone and '
brick; ballasting ami cement walks;
Koom 1, Arlington Hotel, Tel, Main
"HE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Pino carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Ileretanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELiv8 BUILDING, CIO Miller Street.
CONVEYANCinG Charges renBon
able, rtoom 10 Mclntjro IIoek
DR. ALBERT E. NICH-3 Dentist;
1154 Alakea St.; oflice hourB, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting,
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
licthel St., opp. Wavcrley blk.; Tel.
C21 Illuo; pkgs. called for and dcl'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggage express
and drajage; Tel. White 921.
, P.-M I I I II M . .1 M,WMW
HELP V ANTED.
will be Inserted FREE.
DOY WANTED Apply George Haft
nor Mneonlc Temple ' 2Slv
TO LET Seven room house, etc
Tort St near Vine) aril, rent $30
Apply 531 Niiuamt St J087 lw
TO LET Elegant double parlors, i.ew
house 1225 Ilcrctunla, cor Keeaii
niokti. 20C3 lm
to 1 FTi.Mrni.i,..,l vrnnt ,, fr i
one or two gentlemen, breakfast If I
desired OGUnejnrd 20S1 lw
T LET Cottages off t hool
Nuuanu, $15 nnd $17. On Insane
AsIum road, $12.50 nnd $6.50. P.
E. It Strauch, 32 Campbell block,
31G Kort t. 2051-2m
TO LET Itooray bath tub, with either
hot or cold water ami all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Six room cottage, cor Kort
and School. Apply next door on
l'ort. 2081 lw
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConneVa. Oanlen lane. 2055 tf
"iO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en Bulte, drst-class table
board, hot nnd cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Ileretanla St.
FOR LEASE Two Btory house 121
rooms I'nlon street. Possession
glen April 1st. Apply 1151 I'n'on '
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for se
en room house. In lots to suit, kn
ing my, no reasonanio oner inus ,
ed. Call third house fioin Alapal on
Klnau. 2081 tf
FOR SALE Kino Jersey cow, Just I
cahed. Apply to Lewis & Co. I
2078 tf I
FOR SALE Very old tnpa quilt, also
very old calablshcs, some unpolish
ed. Address this omce. 4stf
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horse
gentle: good under saddle: Dhneton
almost new. K C. 1)., bulletin.
FOR SALE Corat rock Tor filling. Ad
drcsB It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of-
flce. 1991-tf '
ROOA1 AISD BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT, also residence J
Stelner ilims lane Is open ns n
first class rooming house ulry and
mosquito proof Hoard If desiicil
Mrs I Duggan.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Port St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: forms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured., Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of the
strongest fire Insurnnco companies
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at Tho Honolulu
W. DEAKBANE Cam engraving and
stamping; room 2. 1...10 bldg.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office 131J Wil
der Ave.; Tel 3111 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In the month.
lHAZELWOOD MARKET CO. J281
St , near Kuiiul Groceries,
1 and Tobaccos.
GOEAS tk-retanlu near Emma
St.; Tel, 2312 Illue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Tort St.. Orpheum blk.;
Tel. C81 Illue.
CSFHor0tt"Go?pCluslLSe,sCDOn1tthe,' Dr"KOma'1 aurIUO,a nl"' Mr I To y! sur rlZ Shirtless Ilufo
am. j-ort bt opp. tiuu btnnies. nn .., ,,ni ,,- .i, ., i.l..... ,.,.. ' ,'...,..,... ..... ,.....
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Malh 228. P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP rort
St., opp. Club Stublcs; P. O, box 791.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; S30 Port St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
nt tho PANTHHON SALOON.
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; Mlgnon. 1021 Hereta-
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished: Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakea St
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; Btudlo Love bldg, Fort St,
Siiltec'ribn for tlia WKRKLV
BI'LLKTJX, only $1 per nuniiiu
Jv.k .it fZaL'i. jjjLiAJA.n. ,t.fc,,AAi. .j,,
DYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Hep Amo
rlcin Mnnf's Room S l'l ogress 'ilk ,
Tel Main 131
OR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso nnd
Thoit; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODQINS Eye. Ear.
Nose nnd Throat only; office Alakea
8t , lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
.KATHARINE J. MacKAY. M.D.. CM,
-520 Derctanla Ave.; Tel nine 3551.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE
Ileretanln Ave.; Tel. nine 821.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V, H. POULSEN fainting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
REAL EST A IE.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots anl
residences Tor Bale; 307 Stangen
wnld bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SI LV A Agent for real estate,
also to grant mnrrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. M too PANTHKL
STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngnent
I Iv and act urately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble
Ei MORIKUCHI i4 Hotel St.. nr. Nil.
uanu Kelt, Btraw, panamn hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg., GIG Miller St.
W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St
i BOUND TO SKRECY
MISS STONE WILL NOT
TELL WHO BRIGANDS ARE
This Was Condition of Her Release
-Says She Was Well
of Ransom. ,
Sjloulia. Houmeiiu, l'eb. 20. Miss
r.llen M. Stone mid Mme. Tsllka will
n.ut itithout delay for Consliintlnopk
In the mciinwhilo the liberated mis-
slminrlis me sin) lug at the inlkslonr.iy
timilquaitris, wheic they aio rciclvlng
i lie (iingrntiilatloiiH of theli colleagues.
MIm Stone sajs tho bUgands swore)
both of thclr captives ,0 absolute -
Clot v rpcnnllnir nnv Infnrnintlnn mi u.f
la.cd ,0" cMab,h the idintlty "i ,b.'
"""""""i " '""""" " 1.1UV1.U .
whcio they wero umecnled, or other
facts likely to lompiomkc their e up-
tois As a matter of fact, the prlsoneis
themselves were vcrv iinccitnln iC. '
garding many details of tliitr wandei
lugs The) did not know, when the
were releabed. In what seetlou of tin
eountij they weie.
Miss Stone declares she duly le
eched all the lettcis Mr. House sent
her during hei captivity Upon oua
occasion she sprained her knee by fall
ing tbin.igh 11 trapdoor In ,1 dark room
She- was Mine Tsllkn's only attendant jmueh, to bo sm u, but enough to reform
at tie birth of the latter's baby. 'm completely. Ho was naturally
Miss Stone asserts that the bilgands nillltJp laliul when he tailed at tho
aluajs tuated tliem well. They biilltiblK n.",19t"' ,nml fll"i,,,j!" '" tl!!t1"-'8 l'
nh.it for the prlsoneiH. prov hied J"11 ' T' n ,"1 K-Il,5r. al ,".T ,?
i.n r ft, . 1. .1. . 1 .tended pho didn't unuerstnnd that ho
horses for them when they travelc I ' ,ma 0m, ,0 ,,,. ,, N
nnd 1 an led Mme Tsllku's baby when-1 .,. ,a my ratler, B,K Bal( ..,,cr.
tver thej weio allowed to do so. The ,aps jou wnnt to talk about tutting
bilgands never came In contact wltlij some oidwood."
the tioops, although the pnity wni "No," said Itufe, directly "I want
obliged to halt a few times while, on to know If 1 tnn keep company with
false alarms, Miss Stone's captors jou?"
! ,1111,le prepiuntJuns for action.
Tho bilgands especially asked lho
ladles to eonvej their congratulations
in -VI liariiln o xir l'etlt nml nllii.r
for the Ingenuity dlsplajcd In tho pay
ment of the lansora.
An iirrungcment had been mado to
relcnso them m-.u Seres. Macedonia.
House were walling for them, but the1
brigands, owing to tlmldty or other-.
wise, declared It was too dltllciilt to
cairy out the plaiiB, and In ought tholt
captives, after a haul night's m.ucli
within one and a half hours' rido 0rinevel been no great hand for work, but
Tho two women were left under tho
shelter ot a tire at 3-20 In Uie morning
of Kcbrunij 23. The lianillts pointed
urn. me iiire-i noil 01 me viliago anu or-
10 lilt) Milage eider, wno. on lnirnlnir
or their identity, would iiavlde- ror
them The brigands turned back and
dkappeaicd among the hills.
It Is snld that a movement will bo
stinted In the highest click's of London
soiletj to Bet tho fashion foi less o
trnvngunt wedding gifts. Tills hai
pioven n most expoiulvo foim of osten
tation on the part of some and n tax
upon many modest Iniomcs It has
1 1,LOn "10 "H"cc of complaint In thUibo allowed to think a Blnglo minute
uiiuy us eu ,uui, uiier an, inosei""u"1 i'j """. " minima! jun u.
who ihooio to bo nmesslvn In their.
evnnn.llllireo linco nnl tliomanlv In
blame. The custom of removing arlslBy1B'er'" I"'1'" Shiftless rtufo. "Hut
from the wedding tokens beroro they
uie put on display ut wedding recep
tions Is n most commendable one
New Haven Register.
The Evening nullet'n, 76 cents per
..uLj . ft$.L4Juii ..ili&MlMt&m,
.gJsrArr-ic-L. jmreffl. rm.Wl
I ttfW iRIhWF fR, n
TnS?f -4'- MUKftS&l WM1
-T-HIK -Z ITU i, HrMr5llnHS.V " ,ti .N
"Walt, wait, inontleurl Fifty per
buy him!" Minneapolis Journal.
It was tho jear I built my store and
r,,i M. corners Dustofflce. which. b
the good will of providence and my
friends, Ve held ecr since, no matter
who was "In" nt Washington, thit I
first took notice of Shiftless Itufe Dun
ning. He lled with his father and
mother Just across tho flats nt the
foot or West Hill, In the edge of the
There was n heay undergrowth of
WX$Vff 1 mmmsfoJiiSM. 1
s-m rs-wia:.' www huh vmmjw
hardwood and hemlock to tho vest heard acioss the valey. biting out the
,, . . , , , , ,,, , ,,., I . chips as he chopped down the first tree
Hint stiekhed aw ny hack I don t know of 'hg jcar o Miflit nng berore
how many miles. Hero and there In noon lnt ,lay hlg bgi pupy lumj3
tho little "openings ' on the Bide ot were bllsteied nnd swollen, nnd by
West hill Ida houses In them were i sundown they 'were n sight to be
sometimes pretty primitive. hold. That night his molhcr cried
The Diinnlugs were probably tho over them and urged him to Btop think
most nonnount of the lot. They lived ing about tho proud, Btuck-iip girl on
In a little shanty old Hure had knocked the other Bide of the vnllcy.
togcthei out or slabs given him by tho ..Tll0 ,en! muttered tho old worn
sawmill boss They had only n little cn between whiffs of her clay pip-
patch of ground, and mcy iimmi on'
wnat thev lalsec, the fish they caught
mud whnt they trapped and shot. They
didn't Btenl, ns I know of, but they
were nil mortal shiftless.
Wing Unfits was 22 beforo anvbody
suspected that ho could possibly 1-ave
any nmuuion ni an. uuv one uay n
taw iiuy )ivcsier. one vat me
daughter of the first manager of tho
big Ilarkk-y estate.
Now Kittv was a real sensible go
ahead gill She knew the SylveiKrs
were as good as anbody aiouml tho
Corners, ir not n little hotter and rhe
tried to live up to the family limita
tion In nil was. Every morning In the
winter she was up early, nnd got
breakfast by candle light. All, do
long fiho wovo carpet ,or quilted' com
lorters, or (.pun stocking nrn, or did
something eiso that counted. Eveiy
no i ing In the summer she wan up lho 8ame n9 , tc ,,, ,
with the sun. nnd every dny when lt',1.1.,1.. .,.. .,,... ,t.. ..,. ..., .,'
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went down she had churned nnd work-
ed more butter, or made more cheese
or In some other wav dono more work
I than any woman nnjwhere round could,
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Li"'!. .?. w,n." '.,?J',lU"K,lV",Kl" ln
J s,a J;t ,,,,'' fnan uol.uV' 1
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mighty', of them nlffe'r '.1
iv nun ivjiiiiuu KltL'il uiil Llllil iiu
poling man need e-vcr think of keeping
company wllh Kitty Svlvestei who
wasn't fully her match, both nt woik
ing ami saving.
So when It was noised about that
lining Itufe, of all the world, hnd got
him a pair of flno boots, a ruffieti shlit.
doe-skin pantaloons and a broadcloth
coat, and had begun to shine up to
Kitty, theie wni a general upioar.
Now as It turned out, Shirtless Itufe
-ought moio or Kitty than any or the
others, nnd nt tho very beginning she
gave him a llttlo ciuouragcnient. Not
"Certainly not. You're too lazv to
uu "''" o ueep louipany wmi any
J"10-" , TJicn an Idea Hashed through
in,, )nlilil -'llltt If nll'tl t ,1, nnnlnnml
n wholo j ear every day but Sundays
and holidays jou may como and boo
mu just once. Hero tomes fnthcr,
nnd jou'd better make ariangemcnts
to tut for him on sharus."
stood his ground, nnd when her father
camo In started at once to dlsiusu the
"Wnl, Mist' Sjlv ester." said
giasplng the old man's hand.
I must havo a thaueo to keep tomp'ny
with Kitty, and slit- sajs I may tome
and Bt-o her after I've chooped cord
wood a jtnr"
Sjlvester was at Mist Inclined to bo
nncrv nt Klltv fur trilllnir with Itufe
n.i i.i.t.it.. vuiv .. io i.A .,.
mm tjiiiiir tJ ' iviiiv tiivi iv 11 mi,
told tlio joung man ho wns icady to
make a bargain with him.
"You can cut eoidwood off tho t-s
tntn on shnies Hufe. of course If jou
want to, nnd I'll set aside some iiees
right ueni your Inthei's shanty 011 tho
lint inn unnt
boo h and then
at here boa
lat tiurc bioad-
oilier Bide of tho Hats
to take off them (lite
doeskin pants, and that there hioad
cloth coat and von ihin't want to put
them on again till jou'vo worked haul
n wholo year. You're too shiftless to
Ways will bo, but"
"YOU needn't BBV' 110 more. Mist'
can't I see Kitty again Just
enough tp,sny good night?"
"Yes," Bnld tho old man, "you mny,
nnd I'll tell hoi- we've mado the liar
gain sho suggested.
Then ho called Klttj Into tho loom
As sho entcied she noticed foi thu
vflist tlmo that Hufe, dressed up, wasn't
JllUiX,- A i. . ,.,r-- mi
cent discount on le deall Come,
at all bad looking, and that he seemed
twite the man lie nan ucen ueiore
I "Mr. Dunning," she snld. "I liotw
Ijou'll keep jour bargain faithfully as
I shnll Keep mine. After jou havj
worked hard for a ear jou may com
and see inc once. Whether you may
come again or not will depend on your
self. Gnodcentng, Mr. Dunning."
Krom the time he li ft the big house
that night he was fit to diop tho title
"Bhlltless." Next morning, ns soon as
It was light the ring of his nx was
n,c she diessed Shiftless llure's
hnml. "fin von think Kittv Svlvester
i i00k nt vou Just because vou'vi
uc(n f00 Enough to work a whol
jcar? Why, It's puffickly ildlglls I
ag linL,w tm wa8 n lttlo j0
i,eatl. Itute, but I didn't think you'd
mvo a fool of ourself for no loncelt
l( svlv ester girl
Shiftless Itufe mado no reply, bui
while ct tlie next morning was gray
the sound of the busy ax was again
watted across the vnley, nnd this con
tinned to the going down of the sun
And so it wtnt on, day after dav, all
tho fall and thiough the winter. N)
matter how deep the Bnow, or how
stormy the weathei, link- tolled tin
llefoie spring folks got to going by
Ruk-'H hy nnd lantern In beginning and
niiiotic uunu 1111; 1 uuvj iiu 11 it 11 11 itv
., ,, ,, worl ', carI ag ,
,,, ,, worfei, Hlire.g Ia,Jtcrn WM
1 ... ... ,.. .. . ... ,...
Am, , ,, Inoro , c,10j, cori,
wood that w Intel He learned to re-ad
mid this both Ills mother and father
MI r nioie "rldlklls" pro
HIK t'OIV Stlliua HB It'Ktliai as lilt
ni ... 1... ..i
' lllUtlf rJ !! ItH IVUWOf tfllfc tij nwa9
to meeting he could get a glimpse or
two every SundaJ of Kitty Sjlvester
Nobody knew then how this devotion
of her once shiftless, no account lover
affected Kitty Sjlvestt-r, but wo k-arn
ed nlteiward that the sound of the ax
f 10m morning to night echoing aiross
tho vnllev beeame as music to her
ears, nnd that tho light of tils eaudl-
shining tluoiigb tho ticca in the morn
'ngs nnd tho evenings was delightful
to hei t-jt-s.
At list the long winter, with Its
.old, Its storms nnd its darkness wore
avvaj, the spring passed and tho sum
mer with Its heat enme.
"Now Hufeil weaken," said the loaf
eis about the store. "U'b all right to
wmk limit when It's (old and the air
Is biaelug. hut he'll let up In tho hot
Hut thev weio wiong. All through
the eatcd teim Huff's ax gave rnlsy
notice that he was still working, and
when tall began It wns stll biting ou
chips and splitting up lengths.
On the Inst day or the stipulated
twelvo months Shirtless Hure went (o
woik earl j and began with quick, eager
strokes to tut 11 big hickory Ho had
becomo an expert nxmnn by this time
and the sun wns not jet high In the
Bky when the big ticv enme down with
It so happened that I was over In the
big woods that day with a neighbor
looking nt the timber Wo heaul the
tieo rail and at the same tlmo a
scream ns if a strong man weie In mor
tnl agony. In a huiiy I ran In tho ill
reitiou of tho sound, guided by low
moans that followed the shriek. Then,
pinned under a hianch of the fallen
tlie. lay Shirtless Itufe, badly cm died
and barely conscious. Tor tho first
time In tho e-ntlie year ho had unseal
ciliated In felling his tie-e.
' "'"" ,""" lu"" "'" ""' ,u "
"I wish joiid take mo over to Hylves
"' L'"1 w" " - " -"
might como tonight and bo did her
, fntlur and mnjho If you tnko me
I home befme I go there I won't be able
to see hei tonight nt all. '
And bo It was that I was present
when Itufe Dunning made love to Kit-
" Sjlvester Ills lovo making didn't
' Uko lm,K' ""' IllH ei"'nth n''0'"
lK"0' lmt ho '" tlmo l" "' what ho
,,,,, to Bav aml ,0 lliar what Il0
wanted to heal.
And when, after a long look Into Kit
tj'B ejts, poor IHifo peacefully tlosed
his own, Ills hlg hand, no longer snlt
nnd pulpy, but sinewy and stiong,
clasped her llttlo one In the clasp ot
an accepted nnd acceptable lover
Ncln.islia State Journal.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. K W, drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
GIVES EX-M4Y0R FIIELAN
YIQOROUS TALKING TO
Says China Will Keep Americans
Out-Some Hot Passages
In Hotel Corri
dor. Now York. I'eb. 21, "You aro nn
enemy of our country. You are hostilo
to the Chinese. You are trying to
l:icp tho Chinese out ot the United
Trembling with excitement and
deep feeling, Wu Ting Fang, tho Chi
nese Minister at Washington, thus de
nounced James D. I'hclan, former
M.ivor ot San Kranclsco, tonight In a
rorrtder of the Waldorf-Astoria. Hals
Iff his voice until It lang through tho
lower floor ot the hotel, the diplomat
thou began n colloquy that lasted for
twenty minutes and was marked by
bitter sarcasm. So great was tho
crowd that gathered around tho dlspu
tants that the hotel mnnagcrs ordered
the employes to clear the corridor.
Mayor l'lielan was conversing with
a friend near tho hotel oltlco when
Minister Wu, accompanied by several
friends came rapidly through the cor
ridor toward him. Phclan's friend was
acquainted with Minister Wu, who
nodded to him.
"Your excellency," said 'Phclan's
companion, "permit me to introduce to
you Mayor I'helan of San Kranclsco."
His hand, which the diplomat was
about to give his new acquaintance,
hot up toward Phclan's face, and
shaking 1' perilously near his nose,
Wu delivered the quoted salutation.
His voice trembled and his face red
dencd as he fairly shouted the words.
Phelan was nonplused for a moment
hy tho turn of affairs, and then ho
broke In upon the diplomat with a dec
laration that American labor must be
protected, and said there would bo an
Invasion of Chinese coolies If there
was no bar to keep them out.
"A coolie Is the man who carries a
basket." Bald Wu. "He Is a menial
the lowest of our race. If jou mean to
keep him from coming here I agree
with you. The coolie should be kept
"Hut we icfer to nil Chinese laborers
an tootles, ' Bald Phelan "We must
protect our own. Wo must maintain
our maloiltk-h "
"Majorities' shouted Wu. "I know
what ou mean. Mr. Phelan, jou wnnt
to be elected again
"Oh no. I don't'" Phelnn shouted
back. "Three times as Major
enough fo, me.'
Then he mentioned the hated word
'coolie- again "They are not like
our rare Our laborers can't compete
"Then we will keep Americans out
of Chlai" retorted Wu. "Yes, we'll
keep jou out of China." He repeated
It as If for emphasis. "We can get
along without you. Wnat have you
got that we must have?'
With this the angry Minister strode
Washington. Teh. 20. Again today
the galleries of the Senate were
thronged with spectatots when the
body convened. AH were anticipating
a reopening ot the discussion of the
e-ontioversy icspectlng the right ot
Senators Mcl-aurlu and Tillman or
South Carolina to participate in the de
bates of the bodj, while under the ban
of contempt. Immediately after the
chaplain had pronounced the invoca
tion Foraker of Ohio was recognized.
He said that on account of the McKln
ley memorial exercises, which weie to
be held ln the Hall ot the House ot
Heprcsentatlves at or about 12 o'clock
tomoirow, he moved that when tho
House adjourned today It be until ll:4'i
a, m. tomorrow. The motion vvaj
Ilurrows of Michigan, Chad man ot
the Committee oc Privileges and Elec
tions, was recognized. He said the com
mittee was In the midst of the con
sideration of a very Important ques
tion, a decision upon which had not
been reached lly Instruction of the
committee he. therefuio, moved that
the Senate adjourn. Without objec
tion the motion carried, and tho Sen
HONOR HUGO'S MEMORY.
Paris, Feb. 20. The series of festi
vities to celcbiatc the centenary ot tho
birth ot Victor Hugo, which will last
until Sunday next, opened this morn
ing with a grand eciemony within the
Pantheon under the auspices of the
Government President Louhet, Pre
mier Waldeck-Housseau and the other
members of the Cabinet, the members
of the Senate and the Chamber of
Deputies were present. President Lou
Jiet was waimly cheered along the
route as he drove to the Pantheon
eicorted hy a squadion of cuirassiers.
NEW ARIZONA MARSHAL.
Washington, Feb. 28. Tho President
has decided to appoint Mjron McCord,
a former member of the House ot Rep
resentatlves fiom Wisconsin, as Mai-
shal of Al izonn lu place of B. V. Dan
li'ls, whose commission was recently
Troops Lenvlntv Culm.
Washington, Feb. 20. The War Do
1 artment today received a telegram an
nouncing the departure, jesterday ol
the thlid squadion of the Eighth Cav
alry from Nut-vitas, Cuba, with seven
teen officers and 293 enlisted men, for
Foit Riley, Kanfias. There aro at pres
cnt on the Island about 4000 men .
'i- .-. n j t 4AJUib itwSs.iJainJfcjnJLa.MkM4lirf ..t tn'i..
HOUSE WON'T ACCEPT
As Passed By the Senate Twenty
Five Percent Reduction Seems
Likely to Carry However
Washington, Feb. 26. The House
today sent the Philippine tariff hill to
conferenc, non-concurring In all tho
Payne, chairman of the Ways and
Means Cdmmlttce, asked unanimous
consent that the Senate amendments to
the Philippine tariff bill be disagreed
to and that a conference wllh the Scn
ate bo requested. To this Richardson,
the minority leader, objected. He de
manded the regular order, which re
quired the consideration of these
amendments In the House, making tho
point ot order nlso that the amend
ments must first be considered In the
committee of the whole.
Payne controverted tho point ot
order, but admitted that one of the nets
nt least was subject to tho point of or
der. Hut ns Hlchardson disclaimed any
Intention of desiring to use obstructive
tactics, the House, on Pnj lie's motion,
went Into committee ot tho whole, and
took up the amendments. Pajne mov
ed that the committee recommend non
concurrence In the first nmendment to
reduce the rates on goods coming Into
the United States from tho Philippines
to 73 per cent of the Dlngley rates,
while McClellan of New York moved
non-concurrence with nn amendment
to reduce the duties to 23 per cent of
the Dlngley rates.
Pajne Indicated a willingness to con
cede the 23 per cent reduction of tho
Senate, but lie urged non-eancuirenco
In order to simplify the phraseology.
McClellan said he would be glad to
sec free trado with tho Philippines,
and his amendment was designed to
Improve a bad bill by adopting the ta
riff reductions urged by Governor
McCIellnn's motion wns lost St to
Jclchardson moved non-concurrence
with an nmendment to remove alt du
ties on goods coming into the United
States from the Philippines. On a ris
ing vote the amendment prevailed, C9
to G7, but when tellers wero demandod
the amendment wns lost, 93 to 108.
Richardson of Tennessee offered a
proviso to the last Senate amendment
that the United States relinquish all
claim to tho sovereignty over the Phil
ippine Islands, and that hereafter the
archipelago shall be considered as for
eign tcnltoij; that nil trade between
the United States and tho Philippines
shall be free; that the United States
shall protect the 'Islands nnd their In
habitants while they are forming n
suitable government, and that thereaf
ter the United States shall withdraw
from contiol of tho archipelago, re
taining only coaling nnd naval sta
tions. The nmendluent was declaied
out ot order.
The measure was then repotted to
tho House .
On motion of Pajne the House non
concur! cd In flic Senate amendments
and nsl.ed for a conference. Pajne ot
New York. Dalzell of Pennsjlvanla and
nichaidson ot Tennesseo being named
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