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Tiro timit nn alonet of Punch
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Lot on Kewalo St., Makiki, 26,000
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3-acre lot at head of Funahou St.
Can be subdivided,
'acre tract In Manoa, near car
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nouae anu lot in unu, unc mum
from car line.
Cottage near corner of Hotel and
Punchbowl. Lot hat SO ft. frontage.
Several cottages on Young St.
; Bishop Tryst Go..
la not a Luxury; It la a Necesalty-
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E. J. LORD,
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Ue newa of tha day. For SI year,
yt Story of Manhattan
By BURTON" nTsTEVENSON
Aelhor ol -The llolladar Cait"
Cmmyrl hi,, 1904, ty
l"ol'1 n,,0,lt ''" r00nl' 'Ther0 WM
.,, rornr ,.. M, rro,(l()II imi
,.,!, nlll from yhich the had shot
n, Tlioiinmiirii nasallaiit There wan
'1 hiimiisoii himself I
i.n.i liti.i ..vi.....!.,.! '
" : '-
on tliu carpet, wlillc tlir wh.it was
tluU A liny sparkle caught my eye.
n rcilecllnii of the light overhead. I
lnug from my chair nuit stoape.1
nliovo tli plac p. tmt could see nothing;.
1 rvlumiil to my chair mul nir.iln
caught the reflection. This tlmo 1
narked It exactly In the pattern of tlio
carpet, went to It carefully, put down
my linmt nothing yc. n little hnrd
iwliit prvMcil Into Hie c-nrpvt. no inliiutu
I could hat pick It up. I iimlHtt'iKil my
flngcr, mid nil Instant Inter under the
light 1 saw that I luid fumul a dia
mond! Well, have y pot It nil fixed, sir"
nuked a voice from the door, nnd 1
tunied with n start to ire llggtui
"Yes," 1 nnsMemd, rousing myself
with nn effort; nnd I pu- him kucIi til
rectloni a occurred to me. "Huh nny
one cUe hecn 111 the roiinuV" I nuked.
"Say, thatV funny'" he cried. "I'd
purty nidi ferpot It. Dirly this
tnornln' they wan fornebody n wo
man," Hi :nme close to me nnd
ilropjH'd hi' voice to n hoarrc whlipcr.
"Ii' y know who I think It wimj That
I stared at htm In amazement.
"Weren't you nim-5"
"No; she had n veil wrapped round
her head an' sha was dressed different.
Hut It was lier-I know It."
"And what did she want'i" I usked,
more nnd more nstonUhcd.
"She wanted t' kcu th rooms, but I
told her they wax cloned. I tell you, I
win defid nfenred t' come up here with
'.jr. Ilow'it I know but ulie'd Inke it
Imt nt luci Then she wanted t' rent
fin Klisht uncen, nn' offrrml n moiith'K
wnt In ndvnnce. lint I told her wo
iMn't rent SKxitri t' hIiikIo women, wlilili
'.viii true. Melibu I wiu kind o' rou-li.
mt I was n-keered t' have her urouiid,
fer I kind o" believe she's craiy. so
.nirt.v sudu, nfler some more talklu',
(he Klve It up nn went nwny."
As we went down In the tlerntor
Die car stopped. A in nil nnd a rroumn
were wnltliiK to be taken up. At the
man I did not een glninc, for lil
companion held my eye, Such llerce.
dark, panslonatc beauty I hud never
seen liefore, and my nerves were u t 111
tlnnllnc with the sluht or It as t left
the building and turned wtntward to
ward my roams.
Oil three duya TLompsoii's
hotly lay enthroned on It
couch at the morgue, but of
the thousands of people win
filed past It i.o; o.ie could give n single
clew to It Identity.
l'liblle luterest waned nnd dwludliil
and pasej on to other thing. Uleii
with me. living nt the very scene of
the crime. It fade 1 In nn iiMoulshlng
way: It U3 lougor occup.ed my
thoughts Out n.y ceu!ng pipe It was
nit the details of the mystery I con
jured up. but u vision of n it., ': face.
Au Inquiry uf the Janitor developed
the fc: iLi I; was iny uelghliors. Mr.
aud Mis. Treninlue, whom I had met
that evening nsI left the elevator.
They bad the apartment Just ncros the
hull from mine, and I had thought, of
course, that I must meet them fre
quently, but three days bad passed mul
I bad c-nti?ht not u glimpse of them;
tbelr liouis fur -coming uud going
aecuieu niu.cuuy uiaerew irora mine.
I heard the sudden oienlng of u door;
scream, Hiiriu. tun in tenor.
-Uiirc'.y tali' I been ko startled as I
was by that voice, lu ir.i Instant I was
lu the ball. A red light streamed
through the open dour of the apartment
opposite, HllUouettlug n woman's llgiiie.
starlug, with clasped bunds.
I spinng past her. pulled dowu the
burning curtains mid threw thorn Into t EVen here In New York It was hardly
the ball, where Hlgk'lns who had run 'the proper thing to be discovered thus,
up the Htulrs, stamped out the tl.iuies. though not till that Jnstant bad 1
Tlio room was full of smoke, but It thought of It.
was evident that the tiro bad spread no "Ab, now," I said to myself, "stllet
farther, I opi-ued the window and tho tos and pistols! You're lu a ticklish
smoke wns whirled uwny
"Ah, lion die!" cried Mrs, Tieniulnu
lu u queerly broken but very charming
mixture of l'reneh nnd UuslMi. "What
a (haute! What good fortune that you
were lu your room, m'sleur!"
She hud closed the window with n
nervous tlilvcr at the cold nnd then
stepped btclt Into tho full light. I
fairly gnsped ns I looked nt her.
Charming Mie had been gowned no
cording Jo tho New York fiibhlon; now
II mil anaf Company
".ii r.i i.i.'.jini "m n n.,ii..ii' ,:n,u
gorBcoiimicss seemed Jiit tho selling
licr lienuty needed, At (lie moment It
completely diizrlcd mo. lint I wn able
nftcnMinl, In n calmer mood, lo
nn.tlvze It tin crimson iicttlcoitt. lliu I
emlirohlenit chcml'c with Its fold iiioii I
luiil oi nice, MMMviir iiiivukii uie niiHuu
shoulder nearf; the necklnco of gold
lieniN nnd brnceteta, sliuN, broocbeii
what not. The night of Illgglus ntniid.
Ing staring nt this vUlou with open
mouth brought me to my eunes.
"I urn very h.ippy to have been there,
madamej" I said, nnd started Inward
"Hut you will not go," sho proleMcd.
"Jl'sleur Treinnlne will bu hem lu u
moinrnt. lie will dculre to thniik you."
The wonU were neeouipanled by n
Mullo there wuh no renlntlug. I falter
ltlgglni wns hIIII staring frum the
hall, Mrs. Tremalne Htepped forward
ami calmly rihul the door In bin face.
In tli.it limtant a quick xhltcr run
through me, ns though I had 1h-cii
suddenly Imprisoned with a wild beaut
a shiver that had In It something
fearfully delightful. And let me ndd
hero that tho emotion which Cecily
for so I enme to know her rained In
mo wan not In tho least ndmlrntloii In
tho ordinary scimo of tho term, but
rather an overpowering fnscluatloii,
such as on oiiiellines feels lu watch
ing n magnlllccut tigress pacing back
and forth In her cage. Much, I bellee,
was the feeling he Inspired In most
nieu, eu'ii lu Tremalne himself.
She smiled ut me ngnlu uh shu Bwept
paat me to u couch lu one comer nnd
sank upon It.
"Sit, m'sleur," nho said, nnd motion
ed uie to n chair cloo nt baud. "I was
very lonesome. I was w-enry of talk,
lug to my own body."
I eauuot reproduce the soft dialect
ho Hjiolje. Any effort to do ho make
It appear grolenipie, ho 1 Mia II not try.
At llrtt It puzzled me occasionally, but
I Koou came to uudemtaud her per
fectly. "Jio was I," I naj. Mulling ut the
quaint exprevdon, "I was (jrowlns
iu.u.1, eMu.--i". . ""'-"'"-
jery -del; of my own Imh y. Hat. yo-i
been In Nuw Yolk ImgV
! "I.eii tti ill n iiiiiutli, ui'idcur; and I
do not like It. It Ik to cold, to J gr.i)."
"Ah. yjil b.ivo come hi ii bad time,"
1 snld, wondering nt her utmost child
ish expression uf misery. "Walt until
June. Then you will see!"
"June! Ah. we hIihII not remain so
long I at lc.ut! I have prouilxcd to
stay one mouth btiger, but moru than
tint Imp )sllde!"
t'.ii ieuclj.1 ol and took up u clgn
reltu from u pile which lay on a uboret
beside the couch.
"It win thus the eurtiilm eiuuht."
she laughed, mid, nfler a whiff or tw.i.
tiling the Htlll lil l.lir taper over her
Hhoulder. "1'ouf! Aud they were nil
lu U.i me. A moment before 1 was
longing for excitement, any excite
ment whatever, but that sudden burst
of lire frightened me. I rushed out.
cried for help, mid," she finished, with
a charming little gestuie, "spoiled your
Hiinke. Try one of these."
There was no resisting her. It was
like pl.ijlug with lire. I took n ciga
rette and lighted It.
"At Kond-Corre there was much to
do." she continued, with n little sigh.
"Here theiu Is nothing but to smoke,
"I-'ond-CorreV" I queried.
"Just beyond St. I'lcrre," hI.o ex
plained, closing her e,ics wllh delight
at the memory. "There was our home.
, , cnn geo t nain n ,u Krove of cocoa
trce, mtmng down to the gray sand.
.. tho ....,. i,,,,,,!,,.. L...llt,. OVCr It.
Tnmbou! How- I High for It!" and she
stretched her arms nbove her bend with
a gesture of Infinite longing,
A key rattled In tho luck, the door
opened nnd a mnu camo lo. It was
qUlte In keeping with the dream the
enraged husband with naked selmltcr,
place, my friend."
Hut beforo I could rlso, Cecily had
sprung from tho couth and thrown her
arms nhout his neck,
"Oh, coumeut ou ye, doudouxT" alio
naked In n volco llko well, I liavo never
beard anything to compare with It.
"Toutt doueo, die ct ou?" ho an
swered, and kissed her. Then ho per
ceived me, seemingly for tho first time.
She poured the vine clou-n lis throat,
drop by dro.
though this Ijiomcbow. doubled. "Oooil j
n?ur.ijf. -srrr Titr"Bins, TTitiimg Tnrti
Ills arm still about his wife and gazing
nt me with n look so sharp thnt 1 found
myself for an Instant unable to meet It.
Ills wife uttered In his ear a ren-
tciicn ho rapid that I was utterly unable
to catch tho wonts, but 1 auppjio It ex
plained tho reason of my presence, for
lie turned to mo blatantly with out
"Coc-lly tells me that your prenenoe
of mind prevented a general conflagra
"I.ctcr," I raid. i am your neigh,
bor ncross the ball."
"My name Is Tremalne, nnd I'm ex
ceedingly glad to meet you," ho con
tinued, with a courteny which charmed
mo from the first moment. "Wo uiuit
pour u libation to honor tbo cm-ape."
Cecily, who had been hanging on his
llp, Hew to the next room nnd was
back In a moment with decanter ami I
glnssc threo of them and she Jollied I
us with nn Imperturbable mntter of
coiimo nlr which omcWhiit Ttlrprlsed
me. Only I noticed hIio left a little
wlno lu her ghisit, mid with It she np
proached n sipmre rage of flno gilt
mesh hanging over tho radiator In tho
warmest corner of the room,
"She's n mint extraordinary woman."
Tremalne Hiild, with n Kinlle that bccm
ed ii llttlci forced, "KIio'h nhout to do
wlut no other woman lu tho world
, rf ,
, .. .... .
of II. Come nnd see.'
Cecily had already renchiit the cage
and was bending over It, humming
n weird little refrain that roso and fell
and turned upon Itself, reminding roe
faintly of the negro spirituals 1 had
once heard nt a camp meeting In tha
Jersey woods. After n moment I saw
n "movement wllhln the cage nnd a
head elected Itself, n broad, triangular
head, deep orange barred wllh black,
with eyes like coals of tire. It swayed
to mid fro, to and fro, ns Cecily fitted
words to the refrain queer, chopped
"Oh, ou Jojolll, -oul. Oh, thou art
pretty, pretty, l'o-IV! l'a ka fal molu
pe! 1 do not fear her, not ut nil! ' Is
alio not pretty?"
Oruilimlly we bad drawn nearer,
Treninlue aud 1, mid I felt myself
yielding to the fascination of tho song,
even ns the serpent did. It wua not
very large, nor Hccmlugly ery formi
dable, so I did not eeu think of fear
when Cecily opened the little door of
tho cage mid drew It forth. Sho held It
between thumb nnd linger Just behind
tho head and by n slight pressure sho I
forced Its Jaws npart. Then she poured
tho wine down Its throat, drop
drop. Finally she returned It to
cii aud dm! tho door.
,(To Be Continued)
TO m TOWN
Portland, Ore., Feb. 10. A BPeclul
to the. Oi-egnnlun from Woodbiiru, Or.,
tajs: Considerable feeling w-as cii-J
gendered heio by the Southern Puclllo
laying off white men employed on tlm
railroad section at this point and le
plnclng them with eight or ten Japan
rse. 'Tho feeling run so high that fifty
Americans culled ut the section house
lust night mid warned the Japanese to
leave tho town.
Thero wus no violence and the Ori
entals promised to leao, They were'
given until this morning to depart, nnd
left for Portland within tho limit spec-!
Ifleil A Sdiwuliauer, the section fme-
limn, icfutcd to work with them nnd
icslgued his position yesteiday. It Is
eported that thero will bo warrants
t-wmu nut tomorrow for tho arrest of
tho rlnglemlcm nt tho crowd that diovo
tho Japanese out.
or mi mm
Aiiuitiff Hie nrrlmla nn the America
Muru )ealerday wnn K. J IiiiIiiIhIiI,1
lormerly manager of the iwal Yoko
hama Hneile llnnk lie In now golni!
back to Japan mi four montlii' nin
lion, Klnee he Iniame nn rmp!o)cc of
the ciiinpany ha ban had nn mat Ion
whatever mid the president nf the
Specie bank decided In pile him a well
eiirni-d Mil iitliil). He Is uecomiuinled
liy Mrs, Imlnlshl nnd Is a Kiicut ut
Mrs. Illikerton's In speaking of the
HchfHil ipieHtlon which originated nt
Snn I'riiucliMi), Mr Imlnlshl Kiild that
all over the lirterii Stntes there wan
,'in the sllghliit fcejllig iignlnrt the
.lapauere Ii in mil) In California thai
this dlM-rlmlmitliih Ihhiio was bniughl
up. Tho union men there were ei
strung mid firm in their determination
Mr. ImanUhl's friends lu the Hantcm
Hlateii have told hlui to tell the Hiplc
lu Japan that the Americana hale th"
greuteHt feeling mid aloha for them.'
Commodore I'ero, who firm hniught
the light of wcMerii (Ivlllzatlon, was
the means of nulling mul Uncling the
flleiidly relntloiirhlp between the gov-1
eriiinents of the I'nlled KtatcH mul
J.iiiau, mid theie was therefore no
cnuse whatboever for war,
Millions of people all over the
world are using SOZODONT because
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preserver of the teeth and antiseptic
tonic for the gums and mouth. Our
pamphlet "The Care of the Teeth"
will Interest those who have good
teeth and want to keep them so.
Everything in the way of
office supplies which you
use, and many things which
you should but don't use we
have on hand.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel St.
Phone Blue 1411,
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
ft by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater prom mis year on
the same amount ol butl-
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase;
both onr crnie uh OBil
percentage of profit.
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
IS For Sale - 18
Just Received from Hawaii
SADDLE and DRIVING HORSES.
Tel. Main 109
OF ALL KINDS.
i DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queeii Street :: ;;
The Little ids. with the Rig Results
Ily u thoroughly lompeteul woman,
familiar with Inulnewi procedure,
IKisltlon ns clerk or housekeeper
references A-l. Address "O. C,"
Itilllctln olllce 3&t3-tf
IliMikkccper. Apply In own handwrll-
Ing. stating expcrleni-o mid salarv
cxpccteil. 1' 0 llox "69. 317-tr
In,- to I1
Apply In own handwrlt
O llox 193 3010-if
Hy experienced Japnncaa cook, with
priiite family Address "R.," llul
Kooms slnglo or en suite. Terms easy.
Oood uccommodatlnns. Just tli'J
placo for saving money to small
wngc-earncrs. Coma and try. Tho
Now Kra Hotel, Kort St. bet. Vlno-
yard and School Hts. SUSl-'.t
I-'urnlshcd rooms nnd n small cottage.
Alnken House, 1077 Alakeii St.
Cottages In Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St. mauka Hotel.
'.Sulto of 3 rooms, furnished for liouso-
hCL-l.lliK, ..!. uawhu u.u,..-.
I furnished front rooms at 1123 Em
ma St.; rent reaaonable . 3401-tf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
at 04 Vineyard St. z72H-tf
Ilngllsh setter, Mack nnd' while pup,
K or 6 months old; answers to
name of Prince. Howard If return
ed to 1485 Llllhn St., or this ofllce.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan and Singing. 1'lcnsant and easy
method ensuring thorough and rap
Id progress, with ported touch,
time, fingering and expression. 8tu
dlo, 276 Ileretanla St., between Al
nkea ami Central Union Church
(see sign). Interviews from 10 to
12 and 3 to 6, Saturday afternoons
Mr. Jaa. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should be left at the Ha
waiian Newa Co., Young bldg. Phone
294 or Cottage No. 1. Haalelea Lawu.
For a nice, smooth ehave call at tha
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I'hslclun and Surgeon; Specialist
eye diseases. Office, Uorctnnta near
jsuuunu. uoura: noil a. hi., i in
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. King nr. Alapal; hours: i,to 3 p.m.)
Telephone White 4C6.
At All Watchde.lere.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cot, FORT and KINO Sta., Honolulu.
Watch and Jewelry Club
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin alves a comulcto summary of
' the newa of the day, For 21 yr
hlu corner lot In Maklkl. Curmna.
water, fruit and JtuameaUl Uhi
and all ImprovotacaU. Two min
utes' walk from cart ad ruaahau
College. Address R. F, cbl office.
The best and dry nrcwd can be
bought at the Koko nremood Co.
Woodyard cor. Nuuaiiu and Tauahl
Sta., oinic, :) I'juabl St.
I'uro White Leghorn and Plymouth
Hock eggs for netting; alxo a fow
pairs of young chicken. 1311 Kins
near McCully St- 35U-tf
Young cico unit trees, from 1 to 3
years otd. In quantities. Apply to
I'. O, llox to. Mhuc, Kauai.
Yale rlinlnleas bicycle.
tion, cushion frame,
pillar, roaatcr brake,
Krch Hawaiian clgsm mido from gen-
ulno Hawaiian nnd Uiu Itest Havana
tobacco, Thoro la uo better amoko.
Myrtlo Cigar Store. 3576-tt
A Ilabcock Diapatch Ncwa I'rces, fold
cr, etc., complete; good condition.
Apply Ilullclln office.
In South Kona, 9,000 acre of land aa
a whole. Address S. Norrls, Walo
hlnu, Hawaii. S5S0U
Bquabi In any
HOOM AISO BOARD
for gentleman or lady, In private)
family; Maklkl dUlrlrt. P. O.
llox 801. 3617-lw
Itoom and board In private family trip
lady or gentleman. 133S Wilder At.
Umbrellie re-covered and bras per
ished. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
Haatlno for 'apt Ire f
Keya. Uuflc Boxes, Baarpeoia
Fine Cutlery. Rear Ualoa OffU.
for houae-halo. ohone Whlta 8M1. I
klkt. Ueneral Kmploymeat QtOm,
cor Pensacolt and Beretaabv
Manicuring, electric facial and
treatment, and removal of auporto
ous hnlr. Mrs. Kathryn Uooli, 111
Itlchards St. 3591-tt
Yee 8lrg Kee Plumber and TlnamMti,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and PauaM.
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. CJL
Consulting Hydraulic Engineer.
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