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back my strength. In another week
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Of The Fact
hardly heat the room the slightest M
enjoyment at home depends on this
for all other who care for comfort
in i W d i Vis
mbo Hre In the
VRINO one of
his visits to
nel William F. Cody
("lluffnlo Hill"), who
linn been appointed
Imtructor to the bal
loon companies of
the Itrltlsli royal en
gineers at Aldcrshat,
England, was the
guest of honor nt n
dinner given by Mrs.
would you do In a
If a innn yelled
PiruV " nsked tho hostess.
"1 might tnk him nt his word If I
Wnl my nidi1 arms with me," replied
flu- famous plalnsmnn grimly, "but if
not I should do tho next best thing hi
cast1 of lire."
"What Is Hint?"
"Put him out."
Years ngo "llutTnlo Hilt" and Yellow
I Intnl. n Cheyenne chief, had nu nil but
linnd to hand fight. They wen mount
ed nnd made n dead set for ouch other.
When some twenty paces npart tlu-y
opened n simultaneous lire, nnd both
horses fell dead In their tracks. Nei
ther of such experienced horsemen,
however, was to be caught by n falling
nulmnl, nnd both nllghted on their feet.
Itolh rifles again enmc to shoulder with
machlnc-llkc precision, nnd agnlu the
two shots were as one. This tlmo Yel
low Hand missed liy n hair's breadth,
but "Iluffalo Illll'" bullet crashed
through the Indian chiefs brain.
The Hon. Henry W, ralne, lecturer
nt the Iknton University I.nw school,
was onco. In the law library, nnd ps ho
gluuced down tho shelves he noticed
several blocks of wood shaped like law
books, which had been put 111 to till nut
tho shelves. "Ah," said Mr. Paine,
"now I seo whero tho supreme court
gets lis law."
In his light for legislation on the sub
ject of railroad rates President Roose
velt lins tnkeii counsel much of Attor
ney d'cneml William II. Moody. Mr.
Moody Is of vigorous constitution nnd
strenuous mold, nnd he believes in hard
work. For social functions he en res lit
tle nnd as n-cretnry of the nnvy did not
como up to tho hopes of the naval olll
corn who like to win victories In ball
rooms. To corre
spondents who In
terviewed him when
he was appointed
head of the navy
department he said,
"Unless you news
paper men loan me
tho money I will be
too poor to llvo any
other than tho quiet
and modest llfo to
Mlilrli I have been
ncciHtonicd slneo attoiixev owen
roinlujt to Washing- al w. ii. unonr.
It Is said the acquaintance of Presi
dent Roosevelt nnd Attorney (icncral
Moody took on nil lutlmnto form one
night In lb'JS, when they met nt a Har
vard alumul banquet. Tho conflict with
Spain wus Impending. Mr. Roosevelt
was then assistant secretary of the
navy, nnd he and Mr. Moody, then a
congressman, sat up all night after tho
banquet and discussed tho situation.
Mr. Moody tells of n sailor on the Mas
sachusetts who was Injured In thu ex
plosion of n gun on that battleship. He
dually recouped and later In describ
ing his experience said:
"Well, sir," replied tho Jacky to his
questioner, "I rcely can't sny that I
knows very much about It. I was
standlii', you see, with mo back to thu
gun, n-facln' thu port side. All of n
sudden I hears u big noise; then, sir,
tho ship physician ho sa)s, "Set up an'
tako this.' "
Representative Maddnx of Georgia
has turned part of his law practice
over to his son.
"Pap, I settled that lawsuit you havo
been trying for tho Inst ten years,"
said tho boh on a rcceut trip to Wash
ington. - "Settled it! Settled It!" exclaimed
Judge, Madddx. "Why, my boy, I gave
you that en bo as an nnuulty."
Lieutenant General Adnn R. Chalice,
who will go on tho retired list of tho
nrmy In n short tlmo, Is every Inch a
soldier, nnd his long and distinguished
military career began In tho ranks. Ho
served In tho civil wnr and won suc
cessive promotions for gallantry, fought
Indians, commanded n brigade at San
tiago In thu wnr with Spain, headed tho
United States forces lu tho march for
tho relief of tho legation at Peking lu
tho Iloxer Insurrec
tion of 1000 nnd
served for n year ns
military governor of
tho Philippines. Ho
was commander of
tho department of
tho cast prior to be
ing elevated to tho
rank of lieutenant
makci n striking
figure. Though six-ty-threo
ago, he shows no
LIEUT. OU, A.
signs of baldness, nnd his bushy hair,
tinged with gray, surmounts a strong
face deeply furrowed with wrlnklos
and bronzed and weather beaten by
many years of exposure and open air
Though very kind heartod, tho gen
eral, llko most warriors, Is sometimes
a little gruff, no baa very little faith
isw -rnsw tt . M?jli-:mMmltYilfli .n firs" '-frW i-r iWrt.isU-.'dsfet
In the spiritualistic manifestations riv
en at seances. Ono of his younger of
ficers had attended n seance and was
describing the events that occurred,
'Oh, what nonsense!" Interrupted the
general. "What do you joung fellow
waste your time like that for) How
many fools. Including yourself, were at
that seance, nnywny?"
The young offlcer took exception to
the wonting of the remark and was
"Oh. I didn't mean to reflect on you,"
continued the getiernl. "What I meant
to nsk was how many fools wcro there
without counting yourself."
Rear Admiral Robley I). Ilvntw,
known affectionately as "Fighting
Hob," who helped to entertain Admiral
Prince. Iiuls of Hattcnbcrg on his re
cent American Uslt, Is famous for his
rough and ready way of talking. He
believes In n greater nnvy, not only
more ships, but more well trained men
to man them and still better trained
ollWrs to rominnnd the men, Speak
ing of this Howl In response to a toast
to the navy nt n dinner n short time
ago, lie said:
"Wo need the merchant marine. We
got our men from it In the civil wnr,
but we could not
get tho men hi 1VJS
nnd let me tell n lit
tle story. We were
lying off Clenfue
gos, nnd wo expect
ed u light-that is,
the navy depart
ment expected us to
have a fight, so they
sent dawn a ship
load of recruits to
take the place of
the dead men. They
were all given their
billets, their bunks
ItEAn AMtinAL n.
and their kits, but there was no time to
drill them. Among them was a big
strapping fellow from Detroit. Ono
night there was an nlarm of the ene
my's torpedo boats, nnd a rocket went
up from olio of our scout ships. Well,
I got out on the superstructure pretty
quickly, and ns I got under the electric
light I felt a tug at my elbow. I look
ed nround, nnd there was the Detrolter.
"Say, mister,' he said. 'Wclir I an
swered,' looking around. 'Say, mister,
where aiu-1 to light?'
" 'Whero aro you stationed'
"'I nm stationed In the port after
eight Inch turret,' he said, pulling out
"'Well, thero l Is, right there, my
man,' I said.
" 'Yes,' ho replied, 'I know It Is, but
how In hades du you got Into It'
"Well, ho turned out n pretty good
petty oillcer nfter awhile, but let us
have no more raw recruits lu time of
Perry Rclmont of New York, who Is
engaged In creating public Interest In
tho subject of hnvlug state and nn
tlonnl laws ennetisl for tint publicity of
contributions inmlo to iiolitlcnl com
mittees and candidates for their elec
tion expenses, Is a
son of the Into Au
gust Hclmotit and u
grandson and nnino
sakc of Commodore
Oliver Hazard Per
ry, who wou tho
battlo of Lako Krk
and sent tho fa
mous message, "We
have met the ene
my, nnd they nro
ours." Mr. Helmoiit
Is n grnduntu of
Harvard and of Columbia Law school,
has served four terms In congress, was
nihil ter to Spain In 1888 uud IMi nnd
has figured prominently In polities.
Seven years ago Henry T. Sloane, u
New York millionaire, secured n di
vorce. In connection with which Perry
Ilelmont's mime wns conspicuously
mentioned, As soon im the decree was
granted Mr. Ilelmnut und tho divorced
wlfo were married.
Governor Ldwln Wnrfleld of Mary
land, who Is aiding In the campaign
against tho Chesapeuko l)ny oyster
boatmen accused of shanghaiing nnd
murdering sailors, attracted national
attention a year ago by declaring that
tho Amcrlcau girl marries too young.
".My ndvlco to glrs," ho Bald, "is to
eschew matrimony beforo they are
twenty-six years of age. That was
tho ngo of Mrs. Warfleld when sho
nnd I wcro married. I havo told my
daughters Unit I will not consent to
their marrlago be
foro they aro twenty-six.
I bhnll re
sist Inflexibly miy
modltlcutlou of Hint
Tho governor sup
plemented tho above
expression by stat-
, Ing that while twen-
ty-slx Is the mini-
, mum age nt which,
ho bclloves, girls
should marry they
would become bet-
i ter wives and bo happier In after llfo
If they waited until they were twenty
eight or oven thirty yours of age.
Ho was promptly accused of endcav-
1 orlng to lay the foundations for "a race
I of old maids."
It was pointed out by those who did
not agree with him that SO per cent
i of tho American women who pass the
, ngo of twenty-six years without bo-
coming wives "never do scramble out
of splnsterhood," but ho declined to
ehango his views.
The governor has threo daughters,
and when he was nsked what he would
do if one of them wished to marry at
twenty-one ho Binllod confidently nnd
said, "I have warned them not to ex
pect iny consent to their ranrrlage be
foro they are twenty-six, and I hope
to convert them to ray way of thinking
before they arrive at that critical age."
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PECEMBIR FASHIONS I
The day of crepe de cliliiu hns passed,
nnd few of the many gowns for even
ing functions nre made of this beauti
ful fabric, for It hns evidently had Its
day. No longer do the fashionables
enro for the soft fabrics which clung
gracefully nbout them, for now all tho
evening gowns mensiire so many yards
around the bottom that I sluill not tell
how mniiy for fenr some man might
read tills, but the number Is simply
Soft and flimsy silk mulls and clilltons
lu nil the seven primary colors nre seen,
and those lu turn nro necordloii plaited,
mid that takes nn awful lot 'of stuff.
Then around the bottom of this plait
ing, mid so n mm Rod that it will spread
the full width, are rullles, sometimes
only one, but then Hint one Is edged
with lace mid perhaps with a rullle of
rlblHiu, und this In turn Is edged Willi
lace. Late Is bound to be there any
how. Tho underskirt Is generally ruf
fled, too, so that the whole lower por
tion of tin- skirt shall set out widely.
Some of the skirts of heavier goods
have twenty gores. Certainly they nre
nnrrow, but. even so, twenty gorcn will
bring a skirt to remarkable dimension".
Hut what would n ball dross, or. Indeed,
i any dress for swell oecnslnns, look like
If the skirt were not made so that It
will sw-sh mid roll like Hie billows on
u stormy Ben with tho wearer's every
Expensive "Simple" Drcnei.
l'or young girls who havo Just "come
out the mode this season is for ex
treme simplicity, but do not let that
wonl cause you to think the cost of a
drees will bo miy less. These simple
froiiks have n habit of requiring n
dreadful lot of Hud baud work, uud
Hint Is always costly unless you do It
White, cream, soft pink, baby blue
und the pastel shades, with bright mid
deep led for the brunettes, are pro
duced In all the light silken and half
silken fabrics. Voile Is nlsu one of the
pretty things fur the young, and white
cashmere Is seen very often except for
dancing. Hut, after nil, the "new old"
dotted swIss net Is tlrst favorite. Illaek
dotted net of the snuie quality as the
white Is pretty and well liked and
costs but about 1" cents n yard; but.
ns I mild, do lint foil too elated until
you have hi inl the rest. It require
fifty yards of not for u nulled froek
like the one In Hi" Illustration uud nil
A 1-llETTY EVE.N1.NU I1IIESS.
undcrsllp of silk. If tho net Is black
a white or colored slip Is used, orange
being exceptionally effective for a
brunette. All the rullles have Spanish
headings and u row of laco at the edgo,
Klght to twenty rullles aro inado for
(his dress mid are sewed to tho net
skirt, which, by tho way, Is not fasten
ed to tho drop skirt.
l'or street nttlro I havo seen several
very fetching costumes of shepherd
checks nnd tartan plaids lu the most
subdued colors to be found lu thoso
usunlly rather t-howy goods. Somu
hnvo tine checks In browu and fawn,
with stripes of faint green or blue or
sometimes black with u Hue of bright
red through the weft. These mnku ex
cellent wearing suits for young girls,
uud nil the trimming they require Is n
buud of the material cut bias mid
stitched down. This may, bo straight
around Hie skht or put on In more
fanciful design, and the waist Is trim
med to mnkli the sklit. This manuer
of trimming obtains in the finest of
these winter suls.
Itolcros nre so very finhloiiiiblo thai
It Is wise for .1 woman to have one lu
velvet of some neutral or dark color
trimmed richly with beading or with
spimgloH and embroidery. Tho Syr
inns make thoVu boleros stiff with gold
braid, leaving scarcely any of the vel
vet exposed. Hut they are beautiful
nmbroldrry and heads may take tin
place of the gold bntld, Henry motifs
of laco uro applied on some, nnd these
are edged with narrow ribbon rullles
mid beads. These boleros can be slli
ped on over nny waist.
Chemisettes mid gulmpes very high
In tho nock uro worn with dresses
which aro cut out In the neck. Those
nro frequently bended and spangled,
especially If luteuded for ovcnltig wear .
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It cost but little to Join the HARRISON MUTUAL BURIAL AS
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sessment of one dollar when extraordinary emergency so demands.
Since the Association wa formed there have been only thee assess
ments and the average eot to each member for the burial of a de.
ceased member has been les than 2 2-3c.
Everything connected with the buslnet of the Association l"open
to the most searching examination. Neither agnct nor officers of
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HOLLISTER DRUQ CO,
Applications at Prominent
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; in Probate. In the Matter
n, (fin I'olaln n, Vnnnln On, ?.... 1.1a ...
Olowalu, Lnhalna, Maui, deceased. Or-
iter of isotico of Hearing petition for
Administration. On rending and filing
the petition of Fannie Knhuwn, moth
er of said deceased, of Olowalu. I.ahal
nu Maul, alleging that Fnnnlo Saffcry,
of Olowalu, Lahatna, Maul, died Intes
tate at said Olowalu, on tho 9th day of
September, A. I). 1905, leaving prop
erty In thu Hawaiian Islands necessary
to be administered upon, and praying
that letters of administration lssuo to!
A. N Hayseldcn, It Is ordered that
Monday, tho Sth day of February, A.
D, 190C, at 10 o'clock a. m., bo and
hereby Is appointed for hearing said
petition In tho court room of this court
at Walluku, Maul, at which tlmo and
place nil persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, If any they have,
uhv until until Ion should not be grant-1
cd, and that notlco of this order bo
jubllshcd In tho Kngllsh languago for
tlirco succcssivo weeks in tho Kvenlng
lliillctln, n dally nowspaper published
Dated ut Walluku, Maul, December
(Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho
(Sd.) KDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
3268 Dec. 30; Jan. 0, 13, 20.
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SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTIEC.
Under nnd by virtue of a Writ of
Execution Issued by Wm. L. Whitney.
District MnElstratn of llnnni,,!,, I.I...I
nnd County of Oanu, Territory' of Ho-
L-nlt nn !... 4-., .,-.1
..-.,, ., , oiu Uay or. January, A. D.
!0?' . ?. tho matter of I,one Quon.
Plaintiff, -g. o. Yamaoka, Defendant.
I did In said Honolulu, on tho -ttli day
of January, A. D. 190C, levy upon and
shall offer for salo nnd sell nt public
;'"lu 'u mo nigncsi Didder, nt Po
Ilco Station, Kalakaua Hale. In said
iiuiiuium, nr, is o clock noon of Mon
day, tho Gth ilnv nf rnlmmn. r.
1900, all the right, tltlo and interest of
tho said O. Yamaoka, Defendant, la
and to that certain lcaso made to said
O. Yamaoka by Antono L. Perry, dated
April 9th, 1900, of record In the Ha
vallan Registry of Convcynnco in Li
ber 202 on nacos 471.47.1 mn.,in. ,i..i
certain house lnl slhmrn nt u-nntn.n
on King Street In Honolulu, County of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, the same
being premises described In thosd cer
tain doeds of record a aforesaid In
Liber 195 on pago 109 and Liber 110
on pngeMll, nnd In deeds of record
ns aforesaid in Liber 208 on pages 29
nnd 42 respectively nnd being tho
rumu premises contained In R. P. 401,
I.. C. A. 8305, to P. Knnanoa nnd R. P.
1509. L. C. A. 1.1,1 In l'nlntn II. ........
being 15 years from May l,'l900, nnd
ivm.ii tJD.vu per momn.
Terms Cash, deed at tho expense, of
Sated Honolulu Jan. Sth, 1900.
J. S. KALAKIELA.
3273 Jan. 5, 13, 20; Feb. 3.
IN THC CIRCUIT COURT OF, THR
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Matter
o: tho Estato of Henry Aloxander Isen
berg, deceased, testate. Order for
Notlco of Hearing Petition for Probato
nt Will. A document purporting to be
the last will and testament of Henry
Alexander Isenborg, deceased, having:
on tho 29th day of December, A. D.
1905, been presented to said probata
Court and a petition for the probato
thereof, and for tho Issuanco of lettora
testamentary to Virginia R. Iscnbcrg,
Richard M, Iscnberg and V. a. Dulson
berg having been filed by said Virginia
K. Iscnbcrg, It is hereby ordered that
MONDAY, tho 5th day of FEURUARY,
A. D, 190C, at 9 o'clock a. m of said
day, at tho court room of said court,
nt tho Judiciary Building, Honolulu
Oahu, bo and tho samo hereby Is ap
pointed tho time ami placo for prolng
said will and hearing said application.
It Is further ordered that notlco thoro
of bo given, by publication onco a
week for threo succcssivo weeks. In
the Evening lliillctln, a newspaper pub
lished In Honolulu, tho last pub'lca
tlon to bo not less than ten days pre
vious to the time therein appointed for
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, Decembor
J. T. DE DOLT,
First Judge, Circuit Court. First
J. A. THOMPSON,
Klnnoy. McClanahan & Cooper, At
torneys for Petitioner.
32C8 Dec. 30; Jan. 6, 13, 20.
Tor RtnV cnl on sals tt Bulletin,