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RVr.NlNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 1004.
Owe Pane S, NBW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
la expert accountant, with several
hours each day at his disposal, would
like to lake charge of one or more
mall sets ot books, at reasonable
efcarte. Address X., this ofllco.
A position as family took by middle
aged white man; good rcfcienfcs;
I'carl City preferred. Address A. L ,
Bulletin.- 2873 tw
Position as cook with private family.
Apply Mura, 100C BcrctanlaSt
Office work by n young man.
M. 0., this office
Have 6 Houses for sale at Palama;
CO Mh; balance WITHOUT INTER-
MT at V1D.D0 per month.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH,
13. 74 a, KINO ST. TEL. MAIN 386.
kTwo or three good solicitors.
X., Bulletin ofllce.
Furnished Rooms. Housekeeping al
lowed; cool and mosquito-proof. Ala
kea House, Alakea St. bet Hotel and
I modern 7-room houses on Klnau St.,
mosquito proof, electric lights, sen
ants' quarters. Phone 1961 Blue.
Cottage on Maklkl St. near Wilder Ave,
formerly occupied by Mr. S. S. Peck.
Enquire 1527 Maklkl St. 2841-tf
Store on Alakea St. between Merchant
and King, Apply J. W. Podmorc,
King and Bethel Sts. 2797-tf
4-room cottage, sanitary plumbing, on
Itlrer St Apply J. W. Podmore,
King and Bethel. 2792-tf
Two fi-room cottages, Kalla road, Wal
kil.l; $15 per month. Apply J. 11.
Craig. Union St. 2877-lw
S room furnished cottage at 1273 Nuu
anu St 2S71-1W
Books; Bookish People and Things
We get no good by being ungenerous even to a book.
E. B. Browning,
Tho following treatises on tho sub
jects specified may he had of tho Su
perintendent of Documents, Union
Building, Washington, D. C, for the
prlco given. Send postal order or by
No. 72. Progress of the Beet Su
gar Industry $ 13
No. 8. Investigations concern
ing Infectious Diseases
Among Poultry 15
No. 29. American Breeds of
No. 31. Anicrlcau B r e o d a ot
No. 36. Septicaemia In Chick
No. 44. Sweet Cussave; Its Cul
ture . . . . - 5
BRIGHT'S DISEASE AND
OJhce Wlno nnd Spirit Review,
r- Ban Francisco, Sept. 3, 1901.
-"To tho Kdltor of The Bulletin.
Dear Sir: The business men of this
city who aro now proclaiming to the
world the discovery of tho euro for
Ilrlgbt's Dlsense and Diabetes havo
asked mo as oun of tho heneflclnries to
wrlto to gomo of my brother editor,
llcnco this letter to you. I was at first
ns skeptical as anyone. I had reason
to he. I had a clear case of chronic
Brlght's Disease; was 111 for a year. It
was not thought I would live thlity
days. Tho President of tho Pacific
States Typo Foundry told my wlfo that
tho newly discovered diuretic would
nave my life, and against my private
convictions I was put on It. In six
months my recovery was complete.
A friend of mine. Dr. A. J. Howe, n
prominent physician, wns nearly dead
with Brlght's Disease, on my recov
ery I told him and It acted the same In
his caso and he is now well on the road
to recovery. I told ono of the writers
on tbo Call, whoso mother had Dla
botes. Sho has fully recovered. As a
brother editor I personally assure you
ot tho truth of the discovery. Thou
sands of lives aro to be saved and I am
.-writing In the hopo that this letter will
n. M. WOOD, ndltor,
Tho nbovo refers to tho newly discov
ered Fulton Compounds, tho first cures
tho world has ever seen for Brlght's
Disease and Diabetes, We are the sole
agents. Ask for pamphlet.
HONOLULU DRUO CO.
When to suspect Brlght's Disease
puffy ankles or hands weakness wan
out visible cause Kidney troublo aft
er third month falling vision one or
woro of theso.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort SI.
Cutlago on Vineyard St.; parlor,' 2
bedrooms, dining room, kitchen,
pantry, and bath; sewer connec
tions. 352 Vineyard St. 2818-tt
Newly furnished rooms, all modern
conveniences. At No. 84 Vineyard
Nicely furnished front rooms, $0 per
month. Star Block, 12S0 Fort St.
Walalae lots on easy terms.
Dear. 122 King St.
Nicely furnished front room
1837 College St.
In honor of .Mrs. Porter lloyd of Shang- 17 me an oi entertaining.
rurnlshed rooms at 1223 Emma Street, "ml, China. The table was dressed In I
Mrs. McConnell. 2563 red carnations and maidenhair ferns, ' Jlrs. Armln Hanncberg of the Itoyal
the red candles casting n becoming Hotel Annex gae an elaborate lunch
glow. Among the guests wcro Admiral con for Mrs. Porter lloyd on Wcdnes
FOR SALE. nnd Mrs. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. do B. day. Covers jero laid for twelve and
I Layard, llruce Cnrtwrlght and Lieut, the tablo decorations wero In mauve
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing, Slattery. Mrs. lloyd looked very love- asters and maidenhair ferns, the place
water, fruit and ornamental trees 1 In a black spangled gauze frock, cards being done In violets. Among
and all Improvements. Two mln- She Is the guest at present of Mr. and thoso present were: the guest of honor,
utcs' walk from cars and Punahou J,rs Hermann Focke of Nuuanu nvo- Mrs. Porter Boyd, Mrs. Fred. Macfar
College. Address n. F.. this office. "? V,,"0'1,0.. relUrn l0.la"r.'. M'!!V! .?""n,feJlBJS"' ".i?.
Modern C room house, Hackfcld St.;
o-.n -. !... i .n,., .i,
in 1 .X r,Z iVn ..
10 minutes walk from town, near
car line: will sell on easy terms;
Mfluo, or rent furnished. Address
M., Bulletin. 2SC3-tt
Walomao liouso nnd lot, 350 acres or
land cattle horses mules wagons
liirnVmi pt'i AnnK- m w P F-i'
U.II ii i i.. ol n iinnt,V wVi
ne 1, Honol-1 , or C. Jiclnecke Wal-
oninu, Hawaii. .iMm
uiiui .-non i.iiu, .,i. uiin ...in. si ,, . v.
$425 Kroeger Piano, mahogany box.'jjecrlng, Captain nnd Mrs. Claude Bell,
colonial pattern, nearly new; win .Alias cunlin, Dr. anil .Mrs. Humphries,
sell for $250 cash, on account of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kalrchlhl, Mr. and Mrs.
leaving the Islands. Address O., Bui- Ilnbberton, Miss Habberton, Miss Alice
Iclln, 2805-tf .Campbell, Itobert Shingle.
Pass books No,. S17 nnd 1043, First' A very pretty dinner was given at
vorin,, Rn,.i xi. Tr,,., Pn nt ,1C Alexander Young Hotel In honor
American havings d Trust Co. of of Mfi Bml JIrg & w c Deering by
uunuii, i.iu. ..oiu-iv.
Near tho waterfront, n Columbia
bicycle with coaster brake. Inquire
this oince. 2874-tf
t-or Hilt- carat at u ietln nfflee.
No.. 10. Tho Hessian Fly
No. 25. Notes on Mosquitoes of
No. DO. Irrigation in Hawaii ....
No. 1. Chickens and Their Dis
eases In Hawaii
No. 35, I'ucalypts CultUatlon, U.
No. 28. Tho Mango in Porto nico
No. 21. Vanilla Culture as Prac
ticed In Seychelles Isl
Shado in Coffee Culture
Tho Choyote; A Tropical
Consulnr Reports Cultivation of
Ramie, v. 15
Hawaii Annexation of
" Bubonic Plnguo In
" Colnago nnd Currency
" Hxports nnd Imports of
" Fishing I-auB of ......
" Foreign Commeno of..
" Government for, Act to
" Land ' 8 y s t n m s and
" Handbook of . .
" Legislation for
" List of Rooks Relating
" Report o f Governor,
" Silver Colnago of ....
" Hawaiian Commission,
" Government Property..
" Hawnllan Islands nnd
the Islands, Rocks and
Shoals to tho West
" Coast, Channels ami
Harbors of lb
" Commerco of tho U, S. 5
" Papers nnd Documents
relating to 25
Hnndbook of Mexico 25
Mexico and tho South American
Tho Agrlculturo Department will
furnish monthly lists ot publications
free. Division of Publications, Depait
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
Lovers of Wales will read with
pleasure Mis. Fred. Reynold's "Tho
Man wllh thu Wooden Face" (Fox,
Dumeld & Co.). It Is a lovo story wllh
tho Welsh hills for a background.
"Tho Pagans' Progress," by Gouvcr
neur Mouls, will bo Issued next
month by A. S. Barnes & Co.
All communications, books and perl
odlcals for this department should be
sent to the "Bulletin Bookman," Ho-
lnnlnn Vnrfh Knnl. T. TT.
S Social Side of Life &
HaltHwi 1-c mi populat ai over mn' to-
morion will be no exception to th
rule. The Hoyal Hawnllan band will
bo thero all day and Mr. Berger ha
nromlsod his Hinartest music. The
golfers will be out In full force, for the
second tournament for llie Halelwa
challenge cup occurs on that day. A
French dinner Is to he served mis seen air. aim Airs, narry .Macianuiit-,
evening with n quintet club and dane- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mrs.
lug afterwards. The huntlns Is un- like. Miss Guardlo Mncfarlano, Miss
usually good nt Halelwa and several Helen Mncfarlane and Mr. Derby, The
marksmen have been enjoying a partle- singing boys were, of course, on hand
ularly good time. .Mr. l.aynrd, Mr. and added to the gayety of the occa
Ivers, Mr. Whitney and Mrs. Lane re- slon. Everybody said the food was de
turned last week with sixteen bags of llclous and the hour spent In the grill
.t.....i.t. ...t.l.,1. mnnv rtf tdnlv fplnnita Innm n ft 1 1 1 n tr pnillnt- Ifl II dcltchtflll
nn tc9f t0 bcl, cVellngly good,
Tho hotel Is alwaSs a dellKhtful plate ;
'nnd the Churches make It almost ideal
for the guests. Everjbody who hns
Cvcr been there always returns and It
Is nlmo3t like getting home.
nr. and Mrs. William Taylor enter-
talncd at dinner on Monday evening
.Wiiiiu vuv Must, wi nv iiiuaiiu
I . . .
China the last of the month.
A very Jolly picnic was given nt the
.iicuuuaaan mace, .unnua vaui-y, mi
.-s.i ... .. ...it -..
8ulllllr ' tlle ,,rl,uo nml 'rlncess1
Kawananakoa. The house, nestling
,ir ,i, .i.n.inw nt n,n rront iiiiu u
beautifully cool and most comfort-
nblc. The bathing pool, which was a
feature of tho picnic, Is approached by
n tiled walk nnd tho huge pool is also
tiled In blue and white. As It Is iov-
crc'- wl"- lncs antI 'ollagc It Is always
''oolnnd f"e from the sun. Tho lunch
WQg uountfu, nml mucll cnJoycd,
,,.. h nrmpnl rn Mr. iml 5lr.
,L"'in, Miss ICnn, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnbbcrlon. who arc cuests
at the Hotel Moana. Tho table was
done up In pink nnd white nnd the
beautiful tervlco of the hotel added
much to tho effect. The Habbertons)
are travelling for pleasure and aro
Tho wedding of Miss Mopuena Smith
anil Pmll f?. Pr-tpra niTllrrml nt fit An.
drews Cathedral on Tuesday evening.
Tho marriage ceremony was performed
by Rev. Mr. Simpson and tho brldo
wns clven Into the Wiilnc nf tlm
rroom by her father Henry Smith
(ierard Barton presided at the organ
aim precisely nt half nncr eight tlia
lHutitlful strains of tho Lohengrin
wedding march rang out. Tho ccre -
mony was most impressive, for tho' ' ', . f "" ' elK Bal- ,n
bridal procession appeared at this mo-i11'8 Mongolia for the Coabt
ment preceded by tho criu-lfer of St.
Andrew's. Then followed tho choir! On Tuesday evening tho Buckeye
nnd the girls of St. Andrew's Priory, Club held Its meeting at the residence
The bride looked most thnrmlng and of Ur. llodgers at Kalraukl. Thero wa
was beautifully dressed lu white point mucn amusement created over a guess
d'esprlt over white balln. A gift of 1"S contest rcgnrdlng the cities, rivers
the groom, a diamond pendant, was her n'1'1 t ountlcn of Ohio, nefreshmenti
solo ornament. A long veil of whlto were served and n most agreeable even
tulle added dignity nnd grnie to tho
costume. Whllo tho marriage tontract
wns being signed "Tho Dove That I During tho absence of Captain NI
Breathed O'er I-Mcn" was softly Bung, black, Mrs. Nlblack has been tho guesl
After that the bridal party appeared ot tho Georgo Harris's,
and to the strains of Mendelssohn's I
wedding march tho procession depnrted I Captain and Mrs. Wesley Hamilton
from tho church. Mr. and Mrs. Peters are very pleasantly situated at Camn
will tako a trip to the Coast. Mr. Pet- McKlnley. Their tents are most ar
ers Is Deputy Attornoy General and tlstlcnlly arranged. They nro also corn
Henry Smith, chief clerk of tho Su- fortablo. being mosquito proof and do
preme Court, Is tho father of the brldo. llghtfully cool.
On Monday evening an elaborate pol
supper was given in honor of tho brldo The Y. W. C. A. at Englesldo Is filling
and groom, who nre. great favorites a long felt want Tho meals are cheap
here. There wero many presents re-
eelved and throughout tho week thero
have been many affairs lu their honor,
Thero wero a great many supper par
tics after tho theater last Saturday
evening at tho Alexander Young grill
room. The room presented a truly
festtvo air for nearly tho whole "Said
Pasha" company wero there, to say
nothing of the private parties. Tho
l'rlnro and Princess Kawananakoa
now can yon rcfuio relief when
Shooting pains, irregularity, inflammation and bearing down pains
us.tnds of women miserable. Why drag through lifo never enjoy,
ling? Wine of Cardui lias mado over 1,500,000 weak and suffering
lug anjthing? ino of Cardui lias mado over 1,500,000 weak and suffering
women well and strong, Wo unit joutogo to yonr druggist today and secure
n S1.00 bottlo of Wine of Cardui and begin to tako it at once. Do that and
tho lie.ilth Mrs. Kingsley writes about will soon bo jours. If jou think spec
ial directions are needed in jour rase, address, giing symptoms, Ladies'
Adllsory Department, The Chattanooga Jledicino Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
wcro noticed ut one tnblc and with
tliem wero Captain nml .Mrs. Claud
Hell, Mr. ntn'-Mrs. C. W C. Decrlng,
Dr. and Mrs. Humphries nml Mrs. Fair-
child. Mr. T. Hays gave a nine supper
after the theater for Mr. nml Mrs. A.
mown, Airs, George miss mm miss
Jessie Knufmaii. At another table wcro
On Mondnv evening nt Sans Soucl ,
Judge nnd Mrs. Hatch entertained at'
dinner In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eben
Low. The table was one mass of Mcx-
lean creeper and mnldenhnlr ferns.
Dinners nt tbo Hatches are always en-
Joyable for they understand thorough
IIAUJ 4'ititlUI mill', in. ibavii a. .-.,,'.
NfMU Ittl1ll. -Tn..tn ta Uni-minn
l.llin. lllllllll tlliwi, .in. ..v. .i..i..
. . .
The Prince nnd Princess Kawanana-
l.nn Imrn tnlien Hip .MiClnnnliiin nlace.
Mnnoa valley, for a while and will use
II as a summer house. They expect to
depart for Hawaii on Tuesday next and
tho Deerlngs will accompany them with
the big motor rnr. The Uccrlngs havo'
been spending a fow days at Halelwa.
Prince and Prim-ess Kawananakoa will
rttl,rn to the Pcnsacola street house
In s Vrv aliort lime.
"Charley's Aunt" on tho twenty-
ninili win uc tne next attraition nt tne
Opera House. It is a screamingly
ny farco and will without doubt bring
.out a big auldeiue. The company nre
Iperfcct lu their parts and everything
Is being done to Insure success.
I Mr- and Mrs. nice nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Falrchlld depaited on Tuesday lor the
"'"cr isianus. iiotn ino iiitcs unci
Falrchllds havo been extensively enter-
wmeu miring incir usu ncrc.
s'r- and Mrs. Clifford Kimball expect
to occupy the llraycr houso o nKIng
street from the first of October.
Tho title part in "Said Pasha" will
uc P'ayeii uy wapiuin jorgstroii tins
evening. II. C. Brown wns obliged to
6 t0 nll " business.
BS i-.uiiiii.-cu uiiwiikiii, niiu uus
bcc" travelling abroad for some time,
vi'--i" ..-."" '"vwu iu .-
l , ,, ,
and very good, and the rooms are all
!flllcd. Many well known people ar
iSeen In tho dining room nt meal times
Mrs. Brown's sunny face Is an nttrar
tlon lu itself.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson en
tertained at dinner for Judge and Mrs,
.dear on Thursday evening.
On Wednesday evening at tho- res!-
deme ot Captain and Sirs. Pedcrseo
544 Garfleld.A venue,
Chicago, III., OctoberO, 1902.
After doctoring for eloven months and taking
forty-thrco bottles of medicine and finding no reliei
for li-uiorrlicea resulting from Irritation of a fallen
womb 1 look Wino of Oardui and fourteen bottles
cured me. 1 his seems strange but It is the simple
truth. Wine of L'ardui helped me from tho time I
Lccan taking it ami having beard It praised
so highly by friends who had tried it I felt
satisfied that it would help me, and it did.
It cured me. Took ecrv bit of ache. aln
and headache, crumps and dragging down sensations
away till I felt joung, strong and happy once more,
ltisawoudcrfiilmediciuenud n truofriend to women.
When I look back on the months of torture I bad it
sceinilikenliideoiiB nightmare. Wino of Cardui will
cure uny woman 1 believe. ( me more faith in it
than all other medicines combined.
j ou know you nre growing worse day af-
For utinj, drinking, and cooking.
PURE, DEIICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS.
BrcaVtatt Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tin,.
BaVer't Cbocotale (mntiltntJ)i 1-2 lb, (alts,
Gcrnii Sitet CWotilt, 1-4 lb, raits,
ran balk by lcaoinq anoccris
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
40 HIOHtaT AWARD IN IUfi
of Artesian and Dole street, will tak
I'laco tho marriage of Miss Harriet Hi!
lanl Jones and David L. Peterson,
Dr. and Mrs. Day, who have been
spending two weeks In the mountains
of Molokal returned to Honolulu on
Mr nml Vra Alprnnrlor iRPtihercf.
-... .. . ,.u.. ..... ---...-..,
who have been In I.ahatna for the pasl
two weens, nave rciurneu to ineii
fun-.home at Punahou.
The German Lutheran fair will oc
cur on tho day of November 19th and
w be held on the laenberg sronds
Mrs. Alexander Isenberg Is presldenl
onrt 1h doing all In her power for Itf
A complimentary dinner was ten
dercd Kmll C. Peters on Sunday even
ing at the Alexander Young Hotel. Thu
tablo waa uniquely decorated with a
silver C In the center and law books
'scattered amidst tho Dowers and ferns,
i Candles of tho same shade as tho ten-
terplcce were at each plate, and beforo
uie piate ot me nonorcu guests was nun
motto: "Love Is not law, but a lawyer
may know lovo." This created much
amusement as Mr. Peters became a
uracuitv u imy ui mu uncr.
and speeches were exchanged and a
very pleasant evening passed. Those
present wcro Attorney General Lorrlu
Andrews, Mr. Gcdge, Mr. Bell, Mr,
Prosser, Mr. Fleming, Mr. Lake, Mr
Tucker, Mr. Robinson nnd Mr. How-
Mr. Porter Boyd Is expected to ar-
rlvo In Honolulu about the middle of
next month. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd will
then mako a trip to tho States.
Mr. Dinner of tho other Islands has
been In Honolulu for some time. Mrs,
limner will not return from San Fran
elsco fur a number of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Klamp cave a dinner
on Friday to about ten guests.
Little dinners for four or six aro
qulto popular at the Alexander Young
Hotel. Hardly a night goes by but
threo or four tables nre not prettily
decked out and occupied by guests
from other hotels.
The wedding of Miss May Young to
Dr. Thomas Held McNab, which will
occur at Itoso Crest, the beautiful
home of tho Youngs, Vernon Heights,
Oakland, will bo a brilliant and charm
ing affair. Tho sister of tho groom
will net as mald-of-honor and tho
bridesmaids will bo Miss Bertha
Young, Miss Marietta Havens and
Miss Anita Oliver. Tho ribbon bear
ers nro to bo Dr. Allan Weeks, Mr.
Russell Taylor and Dr. Benjamin
Bakowell. Tho brldo Is a very pretty
girl and tho bridesmaids aro noted for
their lovllness, so It will Indeed he n
beauty wedding. Tho homo of tho
brldo and groom will bo In Los An
Captain Nlblack returned on Friday
from Midway Island.
Tho choice of Mr. Georgo B. McClel
Ian for private secretary for Prince
Cupid Is a very wise one. Ho Is do
slrahlo lu every respect" and will fill
tho position to tho credit ot tho Terri
tory. m i
FALL MILLINERY OPENING.
Miss Power announces her Fall open
ing Monday. .-September 20 and fal
lowing days the week, to which Bhe
Invites all tl.J .Indies nf Honolulu nn
sho always has the latest and most "8 nml n seems but yesterday wo lived
stylish of millinery for nil occuslons. them," ho was saying. "Now this gar
This season will not be an exception. 'den of sweet herbs reminds mo of tho
Theru will bo somo exclusive Imported town where I lived as a boy, and of a
models on dlsnlnv. MUHnpi-v lnrlnri lii , . , . ..
.. ...., . ...,
SHORT STORY FOR
THE TWO OLD FOOLS.
Twlco they had walked to the spring
together; ho with an assumption of
manly vigor carrying tho two great
water bottles which tho dwellers atls living yot," He put on his glasses
Manltou affect, nud she rather-shame-'and looked at her rather disapproving -
Hawaiian-Japanese Ballasting Co.
Best black sand fron $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocka for atable, roada and side
walks. Third door below King,
Maunaka St; P. O. box 820. Tele
phono Mam 396,
CLEANING AND DYEINO.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Beretaala 8L
S. Ochlal, removed to Beretanla St
near Maunakea. 1831 1
faccdly, with a sweet self-consciousness
that sat oddly with the aureole of
white hair crowning a face delicate In
the pink and white of a faded roseleaf,
For she was fifty-four and he wns sixty,
She owned a pretty cottage at an
easy dcclevity In the famous1 mountain
town, and he was staying at n hotel
Just across the little canyon that served
as a street.
He had stopped ono day to look over
the low stone fence where sho stopped,
tiatnlng some homely, old-fashioned
flowers thnt wcro sprawling riotously
over the ground, regardless ot the on
derly soul that fain would have had
each blossom face primly In osv dlrec-
Well, well," he said, "if thero Isn't
some real old "butter nnd eggs.' I have- pone If I was n woman they would ex
n't seen the flower Blnt-o I was n bo.' ipect me to knit Of course, I'm corn-
Yes, she answerod In tno rnemiiy
fashion of Westerners, "1 llko tho old n mlstnke to bo shclwd at sixty."
fashioned flowers mjself. Maybe Ilkq Sixty! Blue-eyed, effervescent, flekle
them becnuso they were so hard to Archie Glenn slxtyl The woman ru
grow at first In this climate. But they incmbcred her own age with nn effort
do real well now" After thnt there were mnny friendly
'Theso take one right hack to m
bos hood's home In Illinois," mused the
man, pinching h yellow, furry throated
blossom to make It gape.
Vhj I am from Illinois, too," she'rhe asked him Into her cool little par-
said, with n pleased look. Then, wlllrlor. He did not notice tho ncrvousm
timid courtesy, Bhe added. "Would,
ou like to come In and see my herl
She led htm to tho back of the tin)
cottage, where; In straight, well tended
rows, were growing tansy, sweet mar
joram, sage, lavender and, clusterltiit
jr. fragrant shelter against n great red
boulder, bunches of thyme nnd Angel
ica. The man snt down on n clenn bench.
"People sny there are no old people
nowadas. Why, I have Just returned
from a meeting of club women In Los
Angeles, where thero wcro mnny wo
men older thnn I. I forget how old I
really must 'be until I look lu tho
class." Then she added merrily;
"When I nm with women my age I find
myself thinking they nro ages oldef
tiian I. I suppose men kept up the do
"Life Is full of sad memories and re
grets to a man," he sighed.
"You have your children grand
"They have their own Interests. I
feel that I am but an Incident to them
And you?" he looked nt her ngaln with
sudden attention, but with puzzled,
"1? Oh, I was never married. I am
an old, old maid."
"Why, how lonely you must be!"
Taking oft his spectacles, he wiped
"Dear mo!" he muttered, "how this
makes me think ot Kntle Dayton, nml
tho time when I was just Archlr
The woman stared and looked at him
Incredulously. What I This stiff, nrls
tocratlo old gentleman with spectacles,
a millionaire, gossip had It, the gay
and gay ant Archie Glenn? Ob, Impos
sible! Archie Glenn, the light-hearted,
Inconsequent Archlo with a bald
spot on tho crown ot his silvered head.
She almost laughed aloud with genu
ine, youthful amusement.
She laughed. "Not lonelier than you
by your own word. I havo plenty ot
friends, many of them among the young
people. You see, they all Imnglno I
must have had a romanco lu my life,
and that pleases them."
"And of course ou have?"
Sho shook her head, smiling; "If 1
ever had, It was so long ngo that I havo
Across tho ravlno came the sounds
ot gay laughter from n group of happy
young people on tho veranda at the
Cliff houso. Presently tho tinkling of a
guitar and tho strains ot an old song,
sung In a mellow baritone, floated out
to the two listeners.
"Oh thete's nothing half so sweet lu
As Iovo's young dream."
Tho man got up with an impatient
gesture. "The Insolence of youth," ho
cajd, and walked out of the liouso wlth:
cut another word.
"We old people forget many things
until Borne chanco brings thorn back to
,,., , USKll lo ituow yes. my nrsc
sweetheart. Her mothor had Just such
In garden, all sweet with fragrant old
things. People used to sny something
grew In Mrs. Dayton's garden for ovcry
sickness of humanity. Katie Dayton
her mother was always good to me. I
wonder where Bhe Is now?"
"Mrs. Dayton?'' questioned the wo
man, bitting down on tho kitchen door-
stej. confused with a vivid senso of
tho past and the dim, unrecognizable
"No, Katlo; It Isn't llltoly her mother
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"For 8ale" carta at Bulletin oftloe
ly nt first, and then with a relenting,
puzzled gnre. "This garden reproaihes
mo with neglect nnci rorgeiiuiness ot
old friends. I think affection for them
has Just been dormant all theso years.
My life has been a very busy ono. I
served through the Civil War, Ifcon
went to New York Into business. I
married there, nnd lived Just for busi
ness until my health got poor: thca I
turned rvervthlnir over to my sons nt4
'took to traveling about, restlessly,
Ictnnnlnir uhereier inv fancv look me.
My wife hns been dead twenty jiars.
My children nre nil married, and I nm
supposed to spend the remainder of my
lite resting," He spoke with a languid
irrltntlou. "They neem to think I onght
,to sit In the chimney corner. I sup-
iparniiveiy an om mnn. nut one nuhw
visits, and the wall; to the spring
.morning mid evening was a regular
One dnj. with tomelumg iikc n niusu,
uth which she took an allium of photo
'L-rnnliH nnd laid It somewhat coMsnlo
uously on the table.
"Here are tome old pictures of pco
pic In Illinois, In my old home."
"Sure enough, you did tell mo you
,i?cd to lle In Illinois. But you never
told me what part, nor how you enmo
to bo living out hero In the mountains,"
ho continued with the egotistic dlsru
t'ard for her answer to his own ques
tions which she remembered so well.
Ho was turning thu leaves of the. at
bum In an Inattentive way, looking at
her again with puzzled serutlay.
"Well, I had lived so long on the
iirnlrlii flint I unu fnlplv f n m t sli I lie? In
get off level ground and see tho nioim-
tains. When I came out here I fell In
love with tho place and bought tWs
cottage. I live here summer nnd win
Tho man's eyes unit strayed again lo
tho open -page where they stared at
the picture) of a handsome lad with up
lifted chin and confident smile. On
tho page opposlto he saw tho photo
graph ot a young girl, tnken at full
length, diessed In the fashion of forty
lean ago. Ho looked up trembling.
Into tho face ot the woman n pink flush
crept to tho edgo ot the grny hair, aud
something like the light of youth came
Into his own face.
"Kate Dayton Impossible!"
"Not at all Impossible," retorted she;
with bo me of tho same spirit ot the
Katu Dayton of other davs. "GoodnotH
knows, 1 can't have changed more than
Alasl What a pang bhe felt though
alio spoko lightly, s
"But you know me," ho insisted.
"Not until you went meandering off,
llko a doddering eld man, about Knto
Dayton. Do you think you look any
more Iko this," pointing to the old pic
ture, "than I do llko that?"
Ho seemed not to hear her.
."Katie, Katie," ho said softly, con
templatlng her, "It breaks my heart tu
dud you nu old vvomaut"
"Archlo, Archie," Bhe mimicked In
the tensing tone of blxteen, "It breaks
my heart to find you an old simple
ton!" Ho laughed weakly,
"The spirit of youth Is still with you,
Kato , Your eyes aro as bright, nnd
your cheek Is plump and round nnd
smooth; your teeth white and even
gracious heaven! It is only the white
hair; your face Is the same."
"I'vo tho enmo tongue, too, you
"Katie, why have you never mar
rled?" ho asked, with sudden irrelov.
"Beinusc tho man 1 loved never
UBkcil me," sho nnswered frankly,
"But he would have, Katie; you
know ho would, If you had given him
"How do you hnppcn to kuovv?"
"Because I feel It was I, Yes, It all
comes back to mo now. You loved mo,
nnd I went nway and forgot you. No,"
as sho turned away; "let thero bo no
misunderstanding between us now. I
havo. been led to this place that I mlcht
jflnd you, my boyhood's sweetheart, my
"Archie, Anhle," sho ventured lea
fully. though the words wero mocking,
"It would brenk my heart to havo your
children think you an old fool!"
"Kate, let mo take your hand again "
Ho turned a llltlo thin ring about ou
"I wns suro ot itl You nro detected,
Kato, my pretty Kate my young Kate,
... -j.no u, iu i-mn. my near, that was
a senseless, arrogant old song. Thero
Is, nftor nil, bomcthlng Just as sweet
In llfo as Lovo'b young dream'" Sal
'lie F. Toler, In PlttsbunriilanniM,
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