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RvnNMi nm.i.r.TiN, Honolulu, t it, sati'ihiay. ni:c 22, mots.
A DAY Willi CINUEK CLAWS
Saliinli! Eve., Det. 29. 1906
The greatest amuiemcnl and health retort ever established In this Ter
ritory will open Its iloois with an lnvuatlon.il aquatic exhibition on the
This great Dathlny Pavilion con
SWIMMING POOL tains a fresh water swimming pool
15x75 feet, In which there are 158,000
gallons of puc artesian water. This water Is changed every 48 hours
and has a continuous flow of 1,000 gallons every hour.
Well appointed Orlont.1l Turkish (laths with lounging room and sleeping
apartments. Open nil night. .Med-
leal massage a specialty.
lllblo Is almost itb strange " what I
Trnncols tells. I wonder how she
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.n.n I,n n-nUm! tin IinSWer. mill I "" '"""' -"l'. ""'u "
for nn Instant ho frit strangely alone
Then suddenly there was warmth and
light and ho found himself In
familiar living room, with thi great
ter. ")ou're foreordained for n heresy
trial' You've begun asking t'llnle's
,e ! question pari)', nun you u gruw kiiijt
ociore you nnu mo nnswer.
logi liurnltiR In the big fireplace. And m"", ' ,"" 'f , "'" T,
there too war. the Little Chap, the ""? ' l. "'' c" k (h
av iin u-.uw . .,, .m,. Ilia ., ., tit-A 1 1 If ft f m It OtlirlfH
they tould not see him. though he could '""" .";" ,'"",'" "'"',, ,.,. .,,
fee them all the rougli ami itimnie
brothers with the Utile Chap nt th"
head, and the two sisters, the one next
himself aspiring to little womanly nlra
Mhen she lOtlld resist the delights of
being n tomboy, nnd the other the baby
of iril The mother had her on her hip
stieh ti nillo of II mother, with light
and laughter In her blue eyes III spite
of the tired lines tibout her mouth
There was n Jingle of bills outside,
and In strode neighbor 1'rnncoK bis
dancing eyes and ruddy cheeks Just
nnd his long rlaws nrc nil blnck with
Ihe chimney soot. Oh-h. Old Cinder i
Claws, don't come for me tonight. I .
never meant to bo bad honest. I never,
land 1 won't fight Joe .Sinclair again i
I not unless ho flares me to, anyway, unit .
I don't b'llc hn will. 'cutiRe I licked
him so yi sterility I'lcasc. Old Cinder
I Claws, let me off this time''
And us the hobgoblin became morn i
i nnd moie vivid to his ehlldlsb fancy,
the Little Chap drew tho bedclothes
tightly over his head In nn agony of
fcjj STOMACH j
In connection will he conducted up
DOWLIIIO ALLCYO to date Dowllng Alleys. .Equal to any
In the United States.
In all its latest developments will
PHYSICAL CULTURE be taught privately and In class.
Results absolutely guaranteed.
LAOIES' DAYS (Ladles Only),
Tuesdays and Fridays, 8 a. m to 12 m.
BUSINESS MEN, Tuesdays and Fridays. 12 m. to 7 p. m.
PRIVATE PARTIES UPON APPLICATION.
MIGHT OF ADMISSION RESERVED.
HOURS 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. ,
PRICES Plunge, 25c: Turkish Bath, $1.00 (Including plunge), all-night,
S1.S0; Dowllng, 25c; Physical Culture. Massage, Swimming Instructions
upon application. Spectators. 10c. MONTHLY RATES.
....u - i nmm i i Ml ir I mtmm m
uiimvlmr nhiin 111 cri-nt tin of.
"Merra Creesrons! Merra Crees-I "Well, well." cried John lllderprm,
mas!" be shouted ns he came toward, '" """oat iwmra iuul win ii..
the lire, where he was nt onco tho -"" with Old Cinder Claws Chrlst
i enter of a boUterous group "No. no mas ee does hnvn Its troubles, dnes
vrr.i i..,i, ,. ihi llnf I not ou I 't ? It's wicked that that old dimoii
toll- dem tousan times?"
"Aro your stores renllj true. Krun
tols?" nsked the little sister breath
'should be our Santa Clans, Never
I mind one of these days you'll find
)nurselr gtown tip, with a smalt dntigh-
I ter on your knee. nnd. remembering
Thern are hundreds of men nnd
women who Imvo not iatcn a hear
ty meal for jeats. Their stom
achs hnvo "gone back" on them.
In such (uses the Hitters will be
found cry helpful. It strength
ens tho stomach nnd cures Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Poor Appetite,
Heartburn, Bloating Cramps or
"True? Ah, you doubt dem?
KM. U.ese e.ly terrors of Cnder CUwC I "?" A":
ilen. Francois tell uottlng but of true. I "'' take pains to tell her that there
Ole Cinder Claws-lf ou pad poys an!' ' "" I'""0"- 'u e- wnn
girls you flu' out he verm true. An' . will bo jour surprlso to have your
de rullle nt meednlght-" ITamols '-l m"i- usstirnnce met with u wnll
ct tuned himself nnd shook his head sol"- disappointment mer her shattered
solemnly that the children were quite 'dreams of Santa Clans, who (strange ns
awed, and their mother laughed at their H n"' wm), you have neicr before
big tound eyes .discovered to he quite another person-
lint KrnncolV solemnity did not Inst from the hobgoblin of your youth
long llo was in u hurry to do ,u fill Chrlslmnsre? And what would you
errand and be off. "J- tu tm """ V3 lW ' '
"Pierre de llaptlste." he said to the I "" ,l rn' l,ar"- '' n PacK on
mother, "he lefe you here some mo- '"x '" l'la'"'B oIJ Sal" f''r, t,,c
lasses jug of heem, 'u ho ask mo would t'ulflcatlon of n etowd of frolltkliijl
1 lake him uji for It. belt?" youngsters? So, we live and learn-
S.i the Jug was dolUered. and "'run-1 "'' binder Claws Is only u bad dream,
cols went on his way. leaving t,, after all. Utile Chap"
youngsters gazing from thn windows! After a while the hoy's fejis ...,-
and titlklng In subdued olces of hi i sided so that lie daied uncover his
strnngo tales. bead nnd look up ngaln nt the stars
Trancnls ais tliey are true." they Mill shining upon him through the
persisted, and their mother only smll- c.reilces, and. though he did not under
ed nnd said. "Kramnls thinks they nie' stand why, sumu way their quiet light
true" Then she lidded In the olco' brought with It n sense of safety. He
I lie) associated with Sunday. "Here Is! drew a long bieiilh. "I guess he's
tl lly true Christmas story." AnrtjfcouH." he said hlmtclf. "Perhaps hu
in that same olie slit- read it to them I wasn't looking for um after nil. 1 won-
Rich and Mellow
L-ovejoy & Co.,
902-914 Nuuanti Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS.
tier what time It Is 1 wonder If It's
nearly 1- o'clock. Kiancols sn)s that
when It comes midnight on Chtlstmns
m'a nil .tin r.ritLa l.tlnol itlivtl I f I .lint.-
I ll II II II 1'4 1 11.1 II VI I'l. I nn. .. ........ ... ......
Wlien tlio reading wns tner the chit stalls. Id like to ice them do It, but
dren trooped olT to bed, the Little Chap 1 1 tried List )ear to kiep nwake nnd I
bringing up tho rear of the ptocessioiiluiuliln't."
ns pbe h.id to many times from thn
lluuk with tho thkk leather tovera,
while they listened with their e)
bigger nnd rounder than ever,
with John llderson rloso beside him.
"There's no etocklng-hnngttig or any
such frivolity hero tonight. Is tbetu
Little Chap?" mild the minister. "I
forgot ) on can't hear n word I say,
nnd )ou wouldn't understand mo If you
did. I wns only wondering what jou'd
think If you ever saw a crowd of mod
ern youngnteiB on Christmas ie. De-
tweett you nnd me, though, l'e often
lunged for your quiet version of tho
night before Christmas. The holiday
rush never troubles you much In this
corner of the world, docs It?"
While be wits speaking they had
reached the nttlc chamber, where tho
Little Chap hurried out of his home
spun clothes, his teetli chattering, nnd
snuggled down under the patchwork
quiltB. Ills eyes were wide open, star
ing hard through tho chinks In tho
bloplng roof nt the frosty slurs over
head. And soon the minister dUcoier.
cd that though what he might say waa
heard by no ono but himself, he never
theless could read every thought In the
"I wouldn't Bay so to mother, hut
somehow it stems .is if the story In tho
AJMF Jfej ti '
A million dollars could not bring all these
artists together for a single performance. Yet
you can hear them as often as you like on a
Tli In It of lit EumuM, Ciiruno, Sumbrlch, Scottl, Melton. PInncon,
Sctoiimtin-Molnlc nnd tho othur Grand Opurn tur (ill tit your
liommandi Even ttoo ront T(im(ino, whosu ciutnul volco 1
(orevur Mtlllccl, 1iik to you again.
Bergstrom Music Company, Ltd,
Odd Fellows Blld., Fort 8t.
3tB i iTNm
It wns bo stilt for n few moments that
John l'lderson hegnn to think the boy
bad really dropped off to sleep, but
pretty soon there wari a whisper: "It
must he 'most midnight. I wlsht 1
tould tee them, Just ottte."
Kvldentty be had come to some sort
of u derlBiou In the matter, for In a
moment he ertpt out of bed nnd dress
ed us quickly nnd quietly us possible.
Then he fook one of tho putihwork
quilts nud wiapplug It closely about
him irept down stnltB nnd out to the
big barn, where the cons were stabled,
"See here, Blr," John Uldcrson wnnt
fd to say, as he followed on, "If )ou
had gone through the I'vlng room you'd
hne seen your mother Just covering
ocr tho embers for tho night, nnd then
)ou'd have known t wasn't so Intu nfter
all. What's more, bIio would hnvo seen
)t)u nud sent )ou back to bed, you
young rascnl, However, you'll reap
)ottr rewind when alio puts tho tough
mixture on In the big kettle tomorrow
nnd doses )ou for the cold you'ro sure
Tho dozen tows stirred In surprise
nt such nn unusual interruption of their
slumbers, and they looked round some
what unenslly ns n flgute in n gny
patchwork toga climbed to the hay
mow whence there was an tinluoken
lew of their stalls.
"Harrow Into tho liny nnd keep warm
Little Chap," said tho minister, qttltu
"Now, theie, you can watch whatcvet
goes on down theio among tho tattle.
What would I'luutols suy If lie tould
ceo you now? Dttt no I'm tho only
soul alive who knows where you mo
or what you'ie doing, nnd tho only
ono who understands what It all minus,
This trying to keep awake is the tinni
est work you ever did, Isn't It? There,
)ou're noddlug already, Well, tho ham
lan't be lunch t older than your nttlc
thamher, and your nest In tho hay Is
win in enough, so that )ou rim sleep
safely You ought to get in a good
two-hour nap nnd then theio'll be tlmo
to spaie hefoto midnight."
Tho boy was ahoudy nsleep, and the
minister wutcl.t-d him us ho lay thetu
co small yet sttitdy, nnd sleeping us
enly a tired child can.
"Sometime. Little Chap." said John
I.ltlcraon with n sigh, "you'll be will
ing to exchange the softest touch In
the world for this bed of yours out
heio on tho buy-mow, If only it can
tiling with It such healthful sleep."
So tho hours slipped by. The stats
thnt had bado thn hoy good night
wheeled slowly down Into tho west
and new ones took their turn at watch
ing over him .Midnight enmo and
went, hut ho did not waken to see
wnether tho cuttlo knelt us tho legend
claimed they did. It was only when
they Biew restless in anticipation of
thtlr breakfast that tho Llttlo Chap
lintbctt up nnd looked about .lilra It
came Uacl; to him slowly why ho was
theie and he had to struggle to keep
luck h's le'irs of disappointment Ho
watered nnd led Ihe cows ns usual.
nut with his solemn 0)03 looking Into
theltn as If be expected to find tbeto
tho answer to his puzzle,
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Do-
comber 2'Jth, l'JOfi, nt flout entrance to
Judiciary Ilulldlug, Honolulu, there
will bti Bold nt Public Auction, under
tho provisions of I'ntt V, Lund Act
1S(I.', (Hections 278 to 1ST,, inclusive,
Huvlsed Laws of Hawaii), (lenernl
Lenses of the following described por
tions or Public Lands:
J. '.ISO ncrcs, moro or lest, of the
land of Nleule. Hnmaktia Hawaii,
to be tiiod for pastoral purposes.
Term, 21 )enis from September
8th, I litl".
Up-.et ltentnl $ITtil.(io per nu
llum, payable seuil-nunually In ad
vance. 2. 4120 nctes, more or less, or tho
lands of Knmoku-Knpulcnn, ltamn
kuu, Hawaii, to bo used for pastor
n I put poses.
Tt'ini, 21 yeais fititit September
J Ih. 11107.
Upset rental $!)!!. ?il per annum.
". ll.tliKl ncies, more or lesH, or I hn
payable Hcml-nnnunlly In advance,
land of Knoho 2rd (Slopes of Man
na Ken). Iliiniuktm, Hawaii, to be
used for pastoial purposes.
Tei in, 21 ye.iii: ticiin September
bpeet leutnl, $300.00 per annum,
pnynhlu semi annually In ndvnnee.
All of the nhtiko leases will contain
provisions regarding fencing of houii-
duties, lemoinl of pests such us
"Thlmhlo llerry," "Ivy," Lto.
The (loeinment leseives also tho
right to resume possession at any tlmo
of such portion or portions ns may be
cqulit'd for public purposes or for
settlement put poses under Sections 1
nnd 7, Land Act, 1803.
4. GS.' ueies, moiu or less, of tho
land of l'uuahl, Kohnla, Hawaii, to
hu used for pastoral purposes,
Teim r. yonis nnd fi mouths from
January 1st, 1907.
Upset rental, $351.00 per annum,
payable semi annually in nihauee.
Tor plans and full partletilnis re
garding leservntlons, fencing, tree
planting, lemovnl at pests, etc., apply
it olllco of undersigned, Judiciary
JAS W. 1'ItATT,
Commissioner of l'ublle Lands,
Honolulu, November 2Mb, 1900.
3.1321)00. 1, 8, 15, 22, 2S.
V I f" I '
IVl 1 I I I j I I i
Instead of asking your dealer
for "Ham" or "Bacon," leh
him you want Swift's
PREMIUM, distinctive in
TASTE. Selected from
CORN-FED young porkers.
"U. S. Government In
spected." Swift & Company, U.S.A.
LWrjik' Warn) A
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Wholesale Agents,
DO YOU KNOW?
DO YOU KNOW OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU WHO
HAVE BEEN BURDENED BY HEAVY FUNERAL EXPENSES ,
COMING UNEXPECTEDLY 7
AVOID THIS YOURSELF BY JOINING THE HARRISON
MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION.
Do you know what the benefits of the Association are 7
A $100. funeral to any member In event of death, no matter
If he has just joined the Association.
Do you know how little is the cost?
Only a memberchlp fee of $6.00, which Is for life, and an
occational small assessment to pay the funeral expenses of a
Since organized 4,313 certificates have been lesued and
319 members burled. The greatest cost to any of the 319 burled
members was $7,501
JOIN NOW BEFORE TOO LATE.
NOTICE OF SALES OF PUBLIC
LAND SITUATE AT WAIANAE,
OAHU, T. H.
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Decem
ber 31st, 1'JOC, at front cntrnnco to Ju
diciary llulldlng, Honolulu, them will
bo sold nt l'ublle Auction under tho
ptovislons or l'nrt IV, Section 17. Laud
Act 1SU3, (Section 27li Helsed Luws
of Hawaii), tho following descilbed
330.0 nticB, a llttlo moro or less, of
icntnnnts of Agrlcultuinl Lands, to
gether with 401.33 acres or eoinl nnd
sandy land located ut Walunae-l.al,
Upset price, fi(),fiM 75. Tonus, Cash,
U. S. Cold Coin.
icir Plans nnd ftllther particular,
rpply at olllco of tho undersigned, Ju
diciary llulldlng, Honolulu, T. II.
JAS. w. I'llATT,
Commissioner or l'ublle LnniU.
Honolulu, T. IL, Dee. 1st. J'JUfi.
3553 Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22. 2!).
"- -"T?"!!.1- " ' ' " '
Ho ttudged bad; to the house In
lather a dejected mood, but bieakfast
on Clulstmas moinlng was too excit
ing for nnyono to brood much over
their own troubles. At each plate stood
u fearfully and wonderfully made
doughnut man with cm rant eyes, and
theie was also n panel, wrapped and
tied to lend a cliaun of mystery, con
taining a pair of now red mittens.
The delight with which these gifts
wero hailed would have been n t evolu
tion to tho mission chlldten, and John
LUlerson made bomo striking compari
sons as ho watched the scene.
"Uless me!" he said. "When have I
btcn children's eyes danco as youis do
here this morning! Oh, Llttlo Chap,
1 wish I could tako you and all the
rest back with me to puiKy the foun
tains of our Chilblnius Joy You don'
know how much wo neej you with )Oitr
happy Ignorance of all that makes hl
blessed time u season of burden bear
ing. Will you come with mo? Say
J. H. TOWNSEND SECRETARY
a wf wi ja &
Troy Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: About twa years auo a very fine, well bred mire I own
got whet seemed to be a Bad sprain of the off fore fetlock, whloh made her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worsa when worked, I
then tried another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your Save-the-Hono from your agent
In this city. After treating the mar with this for about two weeka I
pave her some slow driving; she Improved very -much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able to drive her twenty or thirty miles with
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes cound; I also with the same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNELL, 401 California SL
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hoek, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tendon r
any caco cf lameness. Hot so enu lie worked as usual and with boots, M
no liaiin will lesult fiom scalding of limb or destruction or hair.
nn per bottlo, with a written guarautco, as binding to protect you u
-Mlm I, pat tnunl ttilnnr rnnlil infllcn It.
Troy, N. Y.
HOLL'ISTER DRUQ CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y.
TRADE SUPPLIED BY
that ou will, mid hi lug Christmas In
your IteaitB to us."
It seemed uj If they must hear him
and follow uc he stt etched out Ills
hands to them In his en neatness. And
then su'ddculy u If only just nwuic ol
his piesriKC the I.lltlo Chap came In.
wards him with a lnlf leliiiliinl back,
ward glance .it the gioup of luothcri
and slstcts Their mciry olces Blowly
died uwny, and een their faces grew
dim, nnd nt len.-ith vuiiUhed altogether,
Uut tho I.lltlo Chap laid his hand id
John Kldeibons, and their eyes mel
ugn Sehlen In New York Post.
"1 will go wllh yon." he said. "I will
go wllh yon ovcryuheiu." (iinio Buv-
ju,t it)u, .. MiiiiltiffltoiittihiAiil in
juannfc,,.,,,.. f , f iHJairffaiTritt! , ,"jmfo '
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