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COOK WITH GAS
And Get AH The Comfort
There Is In Life,
nVHNINO BOIJXTIM. HONOLULU, T It , rniOAY. MAttCII 15, 1307
MRS, CORA B. MILLERi
MAKES A FORTUNE
Started a Few Years Ago with No
Capital, and Now Employs Near
ly One Hundicd Clerks and
Until n Tow veiirs iiro .Mra Corn It.
TI1lnt llv.tfl (n ii mnmifii lml1iil In
Hint of tlioiisnnds of other vorv ioor J
women of the nVerrtKO Miiall town anil
villain; She now resides In her own
i.ilutlnl hriivvn-iitone letthlenie nnd In
cijiiDliltroct one of tin nmt siiciissful
ItusliiPBM women In the I'ultcil Slates
Mrs. Miller's New Residence, Earned
in Less Than One Ycr.
Si'oral vears ugo Mrs Miller learned,
of n mild mid slmplo preparation that
rured herself uud spvornl frlemlH ot
fciunle vvial.nerA nnd Jillen Hho mm
IwOtKt'il Ii) so man) women nccdlni;'
treatment that flic decided to furnish ,
It to Hums who iiiIkIU call for It She.
tdnrted with otilj u feu dollain' t m-1
ltnl, und tho irnied), jioswsidiiB Into
nnd wonderful merit, proiluiliiK man)
I'Hii'n when iludor and other reincdleH
lulled, the demand grew so ixipldl) eho
was several times compelled lo tivl,
larger n irtcrs. She now occupies
onuof the ell) 'h largest olllm hulldlngii,
which kIio on tut, nnd nlinout one linn
drcd cterliH nnd Ktenographersi lire iu
quired to'imslat in thlH grout business.
Million Women Use It.
Moid than a million women hnvo
used Mm. Miller's remed, nnd no
matter where jon live. Bhe can refer
j on to Indies in ) our own locality who
(an nnd will loll nil) mifferer thai thin
marvelou remedy really cures wo
men Desjillo the fact that Mm.. Mil
Icr'H business Is very extensive, fclio Ta
nlva)s willing to kIvo aid and ailvlie
to ever) eufferlug woman who writes
to her. She Is n gcncious, good woman
nud has decided to glo tinny to wo
men who hnu nccr used her mod
lilno $10,00000 worth absolutely I'KKi:.
Cvery woman Buffering with pains In
the hend, hack and boivilu, hearing
i'owii feelings, nervousness, creeping
herniations up tho spine, mcluuthol),
ileslio to cry, hot flashes, weurlneas, 01
piles from any cause, should sit right
down und tend her name find address
to Mrs. Cora 11 Miller. Uox S3J. Ko
homo, tnd , nnd iricive h mull (free
of charge In plain w tapper) n GO-cent
Ikix of her man clous medicine also
her vnluablo hool., which cut) woman
Itemcmlier this offer will not last
long, for thousands and thousands of
women who are buffering will take art
Miplagc of this generous means of get
ting cured. So If )ou are ailing, do not
suffer (mother day, hut bend jour niiu.o
nnd uddress lo Mrs. Miller for tho hook
nnd medicine bcfoio tho $10,000.00
worth Is nil gone,
Bishop Trust Co.,
Cottage containing 2 bedrooms,
parlor, dining room, kitchen, bath
room, lanai, &c.
Lot hns a fiontacc of 50 feet and
is located within a few minute3 walk
from business section of the city, in
a, good neighborhood.
Terms: Part cash, balance on
mortgage, payable in monthly instal
ments if so desired,
Cottage nt Waikiki, 3 bedrooms,
large living room, kitchen, bathroom,
Lot has a frontage on beach of 50
$30 PER MONTH.
Bishop Trust So,.
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER und QULICK AVL8.
No Riqionabl Offer Refuted.
tf" z. JM JLssssssssssT m
I Siory of
By BURTON E. STBVENSON
Aullior ol -The llollailay Cue'
Capyrlj ht, 10 0, hy
"(loilf 1 ," I said, "there soenn to luc
to boouogicit objection to jour theory
that li,vnialne hilled Tliouip'on If
Mis-) C'ro)dim saw him do It, would
klio consent to uo(.lnte with him?
Wouldn't her very knowledge of his
cilmu gle her a greater hold 011 him
than hu has on tier slitel V
lie. paused to turn this over.
"Yes," hu admitted ut lust; "It would;
but a woman might not think ot thut."
"A desperate woman would think of
cverj thine." I said, "nnd If jour theory
Is tight, both she nnd her slater must
bo vtry dcpernte."
IIo nodded without answering, nud
hat staring before lilin. his brows
Knitted In peiplexlty.
'J hero was one loiultisivc objection I
might tunc urged, had I known of It
but I was not jet possessed ot tho
otory of the house party. If Trcmulue
wus tlic husband ot Mrs. Delroy, bow
could he propose muirlago to her sis
ter) 'lh it wns.n rock, as jet unseen
fijr us, which loomed ahead-which vvo
could not avoid upon which our theory
must Inevitably Ih dashed to pieces.
The train Hashed pust two or three
big hotels, then tho brakes were ap
plied. "llctc's Itnbylon." said Uodfrey, rous
ing himself from the profound reverlo
Into which my question hid thrown
litm. We'll lojfc In upon the prltoucr
Urst nnd cheer him up a bit."
The Jail was only a short dlstauco
from tho station, nnd n tho minutes'
wall, brought us to It.
"We'ie here In bclnlf of Mr. I)r;
dnle," Oodfiej explained to the J iller.
"Jhls Is Mr. Lester of tlrnham A. ltoyco
of Now York, who lune been letalned
to defend him. I suppose wo may see
"I'll take in jour cardi," ho said,
after looking us oer. "If Mr. Drjs
dale wants toeu jou. It's nil right, but
jou'll be the first ones."
lie dlsuppeaied Itilo 1111 tuner room;
wo heard the luttllug of kejs und the
clausing of nu Iron door. IIo was back
ngalu In n moment. ,
"Step this wny, gontlomen," lie said.
Drj'sdilo was sitting 011 the buuk hi
his little cell. Ho came forward with
hand outstretched as soon as he saw
"This Is mighty kind of you, Jim,"
bo 1 aid.
"1 11 bao to lock jon In, gentlemen,"
broke In the Jailer. "How soon must I
como for jouV"
"Say twenty mlnutcV nuswcroil
Golfroy, looking nt his watch. Theu
ho turned back to us us thu Jailer's
stops died nwny dawn th corridor.
"Jack," ho said, "this Is Mr. lister of
Graham .1 ltojce, wbo'o been re
tained to loo!: after jour case."
"My case' Who ictalnol themj''
"I did. I t-canely supposed you
wcro going to let jouiself be com k ted
without lifting n linger."
Drysdalo Kiulted bltle'ily.
"They won't com let me. Just tho
same. I'm glad to sea jon, Mr. Lester,"
nud ho held out his bund. "I shall,
of ( ourse, need some legal ndvlce."
"I'm glad you admit that much!"
retorted Uodfrej-, with snieasm. "I
understanil that J oil hticu't conde
scended ns j-ct to proo nu nllblV"
"No," answered the prisoner quietly.
"The fact Is, I can't pron nil alibi."
"You can't';" and tlodfiey's fiieo
paled a little.
"No; whoa I left thu house that night
I went down to tho pier and had 11 lit
tle talk with dahaui; then I I wan
dered around tho grounds until tho
Sturm enmn up, when I went back to
thu hotiso nnd up. to my room. No
body saw me. I tpoku to nobody after
I left (Iridium until I 11 tinned to tho
house. 'Ilium's only my own woul for
It. What was thu usu of telling tho
police 11 ntoiy like that'"
-"No mo at nil," agreed Godfrey
hijstllj-. "I'm gild jou didn't tell It.
Hut what on earth possessed j on to
bell t ii In bin II a in.zy fablilouV"
"That," nnsweiol Drjsdale, still
moio quietly, 'H one qtw-thin which
I must absolutely lafmo to amner."
Y. sat looking nt him a moment
In silence. It was mldent
fecM "'"' 'lu ww H1,"irhig somu
lfAJl ,.rouIslti, lneiital uiifrnlsti.
though I suspected, somehow, that It
w.u not leeausu of hLs liuprlsonuieut.
'l'heio win HO'.uethliig dieper than that;
Nomctiiiug tint tout noil bun moio
"Oh, lome, .lack," protested Cod
fiey, at list. Midi Is in time lu put
on tho h.gli uud ml;;!ity. uu don't
H'oui to teallo whTt nu ouoedlugly
ge-'uiu "oiltlnii "'i7' la V
iliM-Jll giftkiifliiiiifif fii fr itrf'
it ot t and Company
T k?ibw one tliTnr Godfrey," re
turned Dijvdale, with n forced smile,
"nnd Hint Is tint I didn't kill Graham
nor kle.il the nciklace. ro I know thej
can't cou lit Ine."
"I wouldn't bo too sure of It. Things
llko that hippen oecHslonally. How
did llrshim get hold bf tint button oil
"I'm sure I don't know "
"You woro the coat Il1.1t eenlng'"
"Yes." ' ,
".ui( the button was on Hi"
"Ye. 1M limo mlsed It, If It hadn't
been Iteslde. I buttoned tho coat up
when I started back to the lintinp."
Godrroj's faiv Hushed, and bis ejes
beg in to glUten.
"You'io Hire. t)Tnu,tuit ItHiis on tho
tout when jou returiioJ to tljo house)"
'lUthcryau Illicit tlrnhnm or Ti cmalnc
"Wiry, j cs," answered Drjsdale, look.
Sig at blui lu sumo astonishment, "rea-
Clodfrey fell a moment silent; then
be Mm k hl head Impatiently.
"Hide's tuiutlit r thing," bo said.
iT'Hoiv did jour pistol get oat theiu In
"That's auother puJ'lor."
"Now, he'e here, Jack," continued
l.odfroy serlouslj-, "theio's one ,t,hlng
(eitaln, cither jolt killed (Iiahiiui or
Tiemaliicilld." . ,'
Trtmaluel" lepeated (the pilspnor,
with tightening lips.
"Yes. IJo jou kuotviot any ldcnc
Drjsdaloii iiisod n moment, bis brows
"No," he nhswcrcil posltUcly at last.
"I don't scu how Tremaluo could pos
sibly lue done It."
"Ilecaiise ho didn't leao the lionc,
m Uehoy sajs. I know lie was there
when I went out, nud when I cauio
back I saw him sitting by his lighted
wludow, writing iipputeiittj-,"
"A III" Then lifter u moment. "Did
Ton keep that Join mil jou piomlscd to
"Yes. You'll find It lu my room.
IIo stopped suddenly and colored.
"Well! Out with It."
"I Just happened to think that per
haps that fool ot n coroner's got It.
tieo hero, ,11m, If jou Und It I want you
to prouilso mo olio thliig-that jou
won't read It not jot It won't help
jou it bit."
"I'm not so sure of that," retorted
Godfrey grimly. "Why don't j on w tint
me to read It!"
"The fait Is," Drj'sdalu answered,
coloilng 'still moie, "thut after I got
Ht.irted I I forgot I was wilting It for
"I see," said Oodfiey dijly as tho
other paused, "I'll piumlsu jou this,
Jack I won't lead It unless I Und thut
I can't ele-ar jou any utlier way."
Urjsdalu lieiucd u sigh of lellef.
"That's nil I want," ho said. "After
ward pel haps I won't mind, but Just
Ills Aoko trailed off, his lips trem
bled. "And jou'iu nothing moio to tell
"Not a thlug." '
"Veiy well; wu'll go out und hlo n
look about the place. JWI1 lomu 111
U IF? V-
ngaiu" tiiik itiiLtaoun TTiT? tyTTTiJf to
clear J oil," hu lidded coullileutl)
Wo heard tho Jailer's footsteps ap
proaching along the corridor.
"I don't doubt It," Mild Drysdalo,
with n pui-rllng HstIcBtie. "ltVury
good of you both to take all this trou
ble." 1 be Jailer opened tin door, hud wo
"Do jou know when the Implead will
be!" Godfrey inl.nl ns we stopped
through together Into the outer room.
"Yik, sir; fmorror inornlii'. 'Ibej'd
bine had It todnj, but I'orouer IlelTcl
bowor hopes t' Hud th' n-ekl u-c by
"Oh, so they haen t fiuud It, then)"
"No, sir; they se in lied Drj'sdale's
room, but It wasn't there Now thej-'ie
trjln' t' llggor out where he hid It "
"Well," oascned Godfrey, "thej'll
have to llgiire 11 long time, Im-ciuiso he
didn't hide It iiujwheio '
"Mebbo not, sir," retorted the Jailer,
with 11 skeptical smile "Hut appear
uikcs nru ill ad agin him. Wlij, cicii
his girl thinks hu did It."
"How do you know that!" demanded
"When Heftoll.ower was brlngln' him
out o' th house, they met her In th' ball
an' she asked l)rj sdale wh it he wanted
t' do It for, why ho eouldu t V waited
nubile. 'J hat's puitj good vvlilvuce, I
(To Be Continued)
Addltlorul Cable News on Pag L
Now York, .Mnicli 14 There nic
further iti'illnes In uipl'er slock The
lullitk ! tntisL: ( I ij ilut 1111111 1 liul In llui
uutl-rnllruiii heiitlmi 111 Call miiuoj Is
nt 2., pei icnt I In totnl rales umoutu
lo L'.Tl'J.Uiii! shares No failures haw
DO BIO DAMAGE
Pittsburg, l'n Manh 14 There are
floods in I'oiniKV Ivnnlii. West Virginia
nnd Ohio Koi'litieti falnllths hao
iiecuried atd thu damage done iiinuuiits
to t:,UUi,UU0. J
.11 v ,
APPEALS, TO .PRESIDENT
Wiishlngtim, Mincll 14. I'tesldciit
Itooseielt Is.rliiy bf-sli'gMWo ulhiy
the public all y!fflt!ftidfi8t',?.lrln),iiU
He will hold ilVfiufpienro nexl-'week
with the rnllitmri liiaguatcu uud 'Jriib
abl Issue n statMuent tn thu elfect
that the irtlintnlslrntlon docs nut -In
tend to take utfj i.idlcnl action hut t1it
Its position 'remains unchanged. '1 no
Treasurj Jlspartmeiit baa, relieved thu
unanrini tension li teiiMug deiHrdtH or
$71,000,000 in the banks.
i m i
COURTS DENY WRIT
Sacrnmento, March 14. Tho Su
premo Court bus lefused the writ of
habeas corpus asked for lu the
END OF STRIKE
Louisville, K ,
sltikn has enilod
Jlnrcli 14. Tho
h . W
K BAND CONCERT W
There will be a nubile baud concert,
lompllmciitar) lo the tourlalu, nt the
Hawaiian hotel this evening- l'ollov.
ing Is the progrum.
March "The 'IntirUla" I'mist
Ov ertui e "Welt nmo" H ling
lntioductlon ' Carmen" Ilbet
Selection "llohcnilali (llrl" . ...llalfe
Vocal Hawalaln Songs., nr. hj Ileigcr
Selectlun "Festival" . , IJehi
Mahinnl and Aloha Ooo. .in. by Herger
riualo "ranfaro' Ilohin
"Tho Star Spangled Iluutier "
J. M. LEVY & CO,,
Phone Main 149
SHOES REPAIRED AND
MADE TO ORDER.
Best of Workmanship,
18 Hotel, bt. Nuuanu & Bethel Sts.
XMAS RED BERRIES FOR
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SSI.
Andirons and fire sets from Russia.
Some choice coarse Lnuhala Mats.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Moana, Young and Hawn. Hotels.)
It will not tarnish gold work
nor scratch the enamel. A
perfect dentifricethe one
for you. Ask your dentist.
Serial Story No. 25
The thin 'delicate ladies' Wash
(roods, suclt ns Shirtwnisti. Skirts.
Negligees nr.d Underclothinp, is not
worn oat oa Your person. It is the
conth'al washing. It is the laundry.
It is r.ot so much the way your cloth
ing is nitiiuiL-u, oui 11 is i uc soaps,
bluinc nnd starches that work ruin.
Now because v.c lnundcr hundreds of
these garments weekly we naturally
know the best materials to use to
r.ivc the best satisfaction to the pat'
ions. We would not think of usini;
eoap containing n bit of lye on la
dies' clothes. We would never dream
of using the common bluing of com
mcrce. We know by analysis starch
ii that contain ncids, and two. do
not bhy them. We keep studying
and experimenting nil the time, in a
scientific manner, how to launder.
Don't you think it would bs safe to
entrust us with your work?
Hartman Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
Want your clothes mads
to your measure by a tai
lor, If you could get them
for the same price as you
pay for teady.to-wears (or
hand me downs) 7
We make garments that
have Individual distinction
and glvethe wearer a
grace and style not ac
quired In 'rejtly-to vvesre.
In other worqsthey fit
and give satisfaction for
the sams price.
Geo. A. Martin,
G Cottages and Leasehold Interest at
Cunha's Lane. These houses arc con'
uected with sewer nnd bring a month
ly rental ot $72,50.
C. F. Gilliland,
023 FORT STREET,
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carrlags
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :t
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
tvSjrj ("v & ft; tri saJ 1 if
ijjUJ --alpsa? VVANTBD. POK SALE.
--L-WIIIilflllJsV -aT . ' " ''
The Liiile ids, with the Big Results
isy a thoroughly competent woman,
familiar with business procedure,
position as clerk or housekeeper:
references A-l. Address "O C ,"
Ilulle-.ln otnec. 351.1-ir
(iood black cnrrlago horso Is wanted,
fair traveler; weight nbout 1200
lbs Address I' O ilox SS2.
A llrst-class bookkeeper; permanent
position Address "(1 It. 1' ," llul
htln urate. HCIO-tf
To rent, fresh milch cow.
Address "It ," Hub
Cheap l'lne, cool, uosiulto-proof
housekeeping rooms, electric lights
und hot bath. I'hotie llluo 132.
I'urnlslied rooms und n small cottage, i
Alakca House, 1077 Alakoa St.
Cottages In Chrlstly Lano. Apply
wouc Kwsl, Smith St., tnauka Hotel
: furnished front rooms at 1223 Km
ma St.; rent reuonablo . 3101-tt
rhnn,inn1liF!tf fill limlfln rll-llt nil thfl 1
lleach. Ilox 75. 3G29-t(
Sewly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at M Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Btnblo and cnrrlago liousg.
tjflft "For 'Rent" cards on sale at
IV ri.,ll.lln '(!.
Mr. Jan. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should bo Ictt at the Ha
waiian News Co, Young bldg. I'aone
294 or Cottago No. 1, Haalelea Unvi.
Be Hastings for ' til Irs of Looks,
Keys, Music Uoies, SnarpenuB cl
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union GrIU.
For a nice, smooth shave call at lh
Criterion Shop. 1111 Tott Bt.
la kept on file at E.
C. PAKE'S ADVER
1 T I 8 I N O AGENCY.
124 Sansome 8L, Ban Francisco, CalH
where contracts for advertising can
b mad for It
LEADIN6 HAT GLEANERS
Good workmanshin guaranteed or'
money refunded. Felt, straw nnd'L, .,. . Tr?
Panama hats cleaned satilfacterily. JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C.E.
Hats called for and delivered. 1154 Con,ult'!l.B.HJ.?lio EnB"eer.
Fort St. onn. Convent. Phone Main HONOLULU, H. T.
Felix Turro, prop.;Alf. Gurabs,
At All Watchdealera.
Agent for Hawaiian (elands,
Cot. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
.1348 FORT STREET.
fJT'Fir Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Standard biyd chestnut drlvlnc mare,
T jears old; will cither trot or
pace, u Columbus rubber tired pia
no box top buggj nnd n hnnd-mado
harness. Owner leaving tho Isl
ands. Jnqtilro this olllce.
Fins corner lot In Msklkl, Curbing,
water, fruit and jrnamenUl trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from can, and Punahou
College Address K. K., this offlc.
Tho best and dry firewood can be
limiuht nl Urn n,ib,i I'lnnnnrl Pn
Woodjard. cor Niiuanu and I'auahl
Sts . 20 I'auahl St ; l'hono Main
Thrco Castles Cigarettes A now
bhlpmciit has been received. On
sale now by I'ltzpatrlck llros. nnd
thu .Mjrtle Cigar Store. 3020-tt
Younn rocuanut trees, from 1 to 2
ji-ara oh), In quantities. Apply to
V. O. Ilox 40, l.lliue, Kauai.
Cheap furniture, good condition, of
six room house, leaving for Coast.
Address "N ," Ilullotln, 3037-lw
A Dabcock Dispatch Nona Press, fold
cr, etc., complcto; good condition.
Apply Uulletln olllce.
I'uro Whlto Leghorn nnd Plymouth
Hock eggs for totting. 11)4 1 King
near McCully St. 3G81-U
In South Konn. GO.00O acres ot land a
a whole. Address S. Nurrls, Walo
hlnu, Hnvvall. 3550 tf
Help supplied to plantations, families,
slilppurs nnd storukecpora. aato a
Oiavvu, l'hono Whlto 267C.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takata, 12S4 Fort St.
r-'1 . ' .1
For house-help, phone Whits 2891, Ma.
klkl. General Employment Offlet,
cor. Pcnsacolm and Beretanla.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauaht.
j PROFESSIONAL CARDS
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 383. 122 8. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
I BOSTON BUILDINO. THIRD FLOOR.
' PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON.
. DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD! TEL. WHITE 151.
, Dr.-T. Uemura,
1 riijBlclan und SurRcon; Specialist
co diseases. Olllce, lloretanla nnar
I .uiiaiiii Hours' S to 11 a. m., 7 to
S ii. m. Toleiihono Main 420. Offlc
KIiik nr. Alnp.il; hours'. 1 to 3 p.m.
I Telophond White -ICC.
j Honolulu Undertaking Co,
1120 FORT ST PHONE MAIN 17.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. SILVA MANAGER