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Phone Main 147
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Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
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klltl. Dcneral Employment Office,
cor Ponaacola una Ilnrotanla.
For flrst-clat paper-hanger and house
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White &50. t!
See Hastings for repaln of Locks,
Knys, Music Uoxes, Sharpening of
Flno Cutlory. near Union Grill.
Jo M. Davis,
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
Tel. 117 at 125G Fort St.
Repairs made at your home and inv
mediate use of machine guaranteed.
Sewing Machines To Rent.
Our Suits made to your measure for
ore guaranteed to give satisfaction,
so that you get your money's worth
Geo. A, Martin,
Open Until 5:30 P. M.
137 MERCHANT OTREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
f 1VM"' w.liitt
KAIR ORNAMENTS and CORSAGE
FLOWERS FOR EVENING DRESSES
LORS, BOSTON BUILDING, Fort St.
is assured when you break
fast, lunch or dine at
COR. KING and ALAKEA.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAIiU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628
Charles D Walker,
We build yachts, launches, canoes
and craft of every description as they
should be built.
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS.
King near Alapai.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Uouqlit and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
TPHONE 534. '
Hams & Bacon
C. Q. Ycc Hop
The DURABILITY, not the
PRICE of the paint, is what
determines its economy.
lasts longer, covers more sur
face, is applied more easily
than any other paint for all
exposed wood and metal sur
faces. Lewers & Gooke.
177 S. KING ST.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Rook.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
For A Long Sweet Smoke.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
Hats and Fans
The .New Yeaii
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
ROSES and every other
flower grown, at
Bcretania Corner Smith.
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By LULU JOHNSON.
Copyrighted, 1907, by M. M. Cunningham.
Hilly Siigilon rend tlio pamphlet
through from cover to cover, from tlio
first glaring line, "Old Homo Week,"
to tlio Imprint of tlio "Hlnlrsvlllo Mer
cury Jol) 1'rlnt" on tlio Inst pago of tlio
cover. Somoliow tlio little booklet
seemed to linvo nlmost tlio vnluo ot a
messngo from liome. Ho could even
tell which part of tlio text Carr, the
editor of tlio Mercury, lind written and
which portions wcro tlio product of the
Itov. John Dudley, tho 1'rcsbyterlan
minister, ulio lins literary aspirations.
Oiio paragraph In particular nppcat
cd to him. It ran, "Wo have set a data
later than most of the old home weeks
so that as we, tho homo stayers, bring
to a happy nnd prosperous conclusion
tho linn est of the year so may tlio
homccomcrs brine with them tho first
fruits of their prosperity and their tat
Whoever had sent htm tho pamphlet
lind underscored this paragraph, and
Sugdcn felt with a glow of prldo thnt
lili new found fame hnd reached even
to tho old home. It was ouly In tho
Inst few months that ho had galued
tho position as an Illustrator for which
ho had fought, nnd fnuio was still very
sweet to him. Mo could seo visions of
tho old home, tho quiet, shady streets,
tho trees now gorgeous In their nutuni
mil tints, (in ho sat down nnd wrote a
noto of regret to tho famous lion hunt
er who hnd sought to add htm to hct
collection at Newport for thnt week.
As tho train drew noar tho old town
some weeks Inter ho peered from the
windows ns eagerly ns n boy.
On both sides of tho car excited faces
wcro pressed against tho glass locating
fnmlllnr spots, nnd when at last tho
long lino of cars swung around tho
point and tho gray old breakwater
"KLIZADEinl JS IT IICALLY VOD," IIB BB
MANDEU. camo Into sight tho car rang with
cheers, In which Sugdcn's volco was
by no means tho least vociferous.
It was pleasant to meet tho reception
committee with their pompous formal
ity of welcoming speeches, w hlch were
followed by tho moro genultio hand
clasps. It was still moro pleasant to
mako his way up tho street and get a
wclcomo on every hond, but through
It all Sugdcn was conscious of ono lack
tho absenco of ono pcrxon who alona
could mako old homo week a success
to hlra. For tho first time he realized
that the week meant to him Elizabeth
Grantley, and It was to seo her that he
As ho crossed tho foaming llttlo riv
er that cut tho town In two ho rcmem
bcrcd the Inst tlmo that ho stood on
tho span. He nnd Elizabeth had lean
ed against tlio rail, watching tho swirl
ing wntcrs la tho uncertain moonlight,
whllo gently sho had put from her the
hopes that had risen In her breast and
hnd sent him on his way unfettered by
matrimonial promises. "If you really
want mo you will como bnck for me
without a promise," sho had whisper
ed. "I could not bear to think that I
was holding you back In your career,
Hilly." Ho had protested and argued,
but tho girl hud steadfastly held to her
point. She would not marry him alio
would not oven consider nn engage
ment. If ho wns to tight his way In
tho world he must bo lft free.
Ho had Tailed then to perceive her
point of vlow. Ho had wanted her to
marry him and go with him In tearcb
of a career. When sho had refused ho
had flung himself away, and ho had
not written. Now lip know that she
had been right, and ho longed to tell
her so. "Thero wns a bureau of Infor
mation through which visitors might
locato their old friends, but tho sweet
faced girl In chnrgo of the registry
list shook hor hend regretfully. Wo
tried to locato tho (Jrnntlejs to reach
them with an announcement," slio ex
plained, "hut they appear to hmo drop
ped from sight completely. I will
mako a tioto of jour address In cuso
wo do locate them." Sugdeu thanked
her and went out feeling ns though
nfter nil hU coming had been a mis-
tnke. He slipped Into tho opera house
to listen for nwhilo to tho formnl oxer- ,
clsca for tho openlug day, but ho found,
tho prosy, oratory, tiresome aud noon
if 1 Mt.
Twill Ix 1 nVM-
, ivT7 -
soncht tho open air. rirhlgo and Court
streets were brought out brilliantly by
arches of Incandescent lights, nnd In
the Indian summer warmth a pushing,
perspiring crowd made their wny up
. and down the streets nnd Jostled each
I other Into the gutter, while the cod
I fcttl was scattered about and tho
1 fenther ticklers wcro overywhero In
With a gesturo of disgust, Sugdcn
turned from the crowd. Ills mood wns
not ntiiuo to mcrrjmnklng, nnd ha
sought the more (pilot parts of tho
town. Almost unconsciously he took
tho fnmlllar paths thnt led to the little
ciittngo whero tho (Jrnntlt)H had made.
their home, nud presently ho found
himself leaning ngnlnst tho fence that
Inclosed tho well kept garden. Hero
ho lighted n cigar, aud with the toft
gloom of tho treo slinded yard for his
screen ho projected from his fancy
scenes wherein he nnd Kllznbctti hnd
figured. Ho could seo the gny ham
mock swung between the apple tree
nnd the horse chestnut. Ho could pic
ture tho dnluty figure In tllmy white
nnd coutd utmost hear her hall ot "I'm
out here, Hilly, In tho hummock," ns
the gnto clicked behind him.
Then hl.s mind conjured the lalon
of tho wistful faced girl leaning upon
the railing of tho bridge and pleading
with him to keep his freedom that he
might mako his light free handed. Ho
rcmemlicrcd those last few moments
when he had declared that ho would
have nothing more to do with a girl
who feared to faco poerty with htm,
nnd even now It seemed that he could
hear her sobs as she had walked with
tear blinded eyes down tho Btrcet,
while he had leaned against tho wall
nnd had watched her go without a sin
gle word of comfort.
Somehow tho sobbing seemed strange
ly real. It was almost as though a
woman thero In tho shadow of tho
trees was letting looso the Hood gates
of her grief. So real did tho sound
seem thnt ho flung away his cigar nnd
vaulted tho low fence, tanking for the
direction ot the sound. Hut, though he
expected to find n womnn thero under
tho trees, It wns with a shock that he
did come faco to faco with a bowed
figure. With uplifted hat nnd a mur
mured offer of service, ho advanced,
but tho womnn moved away silently.
Something In tho polso brought Sug
dcn's heart Into his mouth, nnd, with
n cry, he darted forwnrd.
"Elizabeth, I Is It really you?" ho de
manded. "Have I found you at last?"
Tho girl was at tho gato now, and In
tlio light of tho distant street lamp he
saw that ho was right
"Listen, dear," ho went on. "I doa't
blnmo you for wanting nothing to do
with tne, but hear mo only for a min
ute. "I did not know what yon Intuitively
guessed hov hard the strugglo would
be. I did not know tho conditions. I
thought that with you to help mo make
tho light I could do better. I know
now thnt I wbb wrong."
"I thought that knowledge would
como In time," said the girl softly.
"Ucnlus In n garret Is a thing of the
past. Genius to Ik discovered must
live nud dress well. I could not make
you understand that."
"Hut I know It now," ho assured
her. "I can seo that alone I could live
letter nnd nt lenst prcscrvo the ap
pcarnnco of prosperity that was my
greatest aid to advancement. And
oven as my error waH great so la my
penitence, Hetty. Can you find It In
your heart to forgive me, to admit me
nt least to your friendship?"
"To forglvo Is part ot woman's life,"
sho Bald wearily. "I had not Intended
to innko myself known. I Jimt wanted
to seo tho old town and tho old home
again, but you havo found mo out."
"And this ttmo I shall not let you
go," ho said, "not If I can provo how
great has been my repentance. Look,
dear, tho old houso Is for sale. May I
buy It In tho hope that some day wo
shall call It homo? I know I do not
doservo forgiveness, dear, but you
said I would find you waiting when I
"It has liecn a long wait," sho said
softly, "a very long wait Hilly, but I
havo kept my promise. I havo waited
Gently, almost reverently, ha took
her In his arms, and ns hl.s lips brush
ed tho soft brown hair ho realized
what some men never como to know,
the depth and licauty of a woman's
loving forgiveness. Sugdcn had found
tho old homo and tho now.
Taking No Chances.
"It Is a rulo to which good lawyers
usually adhere," says a Philadelphia
attorney, "nuver to toll more than one
knows. Thero was an Instance In
England not many yea re ago wherein
a lawyer carried tho rulo to the ex
trcmc. "Ono of tho agents In n Midland ro
vision court objected to a person whoso
uamo was on tho register on tlio
ground that ho was dead. Tho rcvl
ulon attorney declined to accept the
assurance, however, and demanded
conclusive testimony on the point
"Tho agent on the other sldo aroso
and gavo corrohoratlvo ovldcnco aa t
thoulcccaso of tho man In question.
"'Hut, sir, how do you know tho
mnn's deadV demanded the barrister.
" 'Well,' was tho reply, 'I don't know.
It'ejvcry difficult to prove.
"'As I suspected,' returned tho bar
rister. 'You don't know whether ho'a
dead or not.'
"Whereupon the witness coolly con
tinued: 'I was saying, sir, that I don't
know whether ho Is dead or not, but I
do know this: They hurled him about
a month ago on suspicion.' " Harper's
Degrees of Pity.
Tho Hacholor Don't you pity us old
Voung Widow Yes, hut I don't sup
poio I pity you as much ns the old
maids do. Chicago N'luu.
The Liltie Ads. with the Big Results
SAN KltANCISCO AHUONAl'TS
WANTED, tho older tho better.
Must be cheap. Address W. It
Knrrlngton, Bulletin. lw
KIrst-clats French Dressmaker wish
es to have few more engagements
by day. Address "St.," this olllce.
Uy n refined gentleman, room and
board In a private family. Address
"I,. E" llullctln, city. 3SSi-lw
Htonuiplowman wanted. Apply
McssrH. K. A. Schacfer & Co.
Room and hoard In private family.
Address '"A.," this office.,
Clean -vlplng tags at the Dulletln of
Japanese young woman wnnts situa
tion to do general housework and
help cooking In small family. Ad
dress "J. W.." llullctln. 8889-lw
First-class rooms en suite and Blngie
at moderate prices by the day,
wtolc or month, ct the Hotel Del-
monlco, 130 Beretanla near Fort.
J. H. O'Neill, proprietor. SSlS-lim
Largo houso on Ileretanla St. next
to Queens Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished cottage nnd housekeeping
rooms. F. E. King, Cottage Grove,
Two front furnished tooms, 1S12 1.1
Him St. 3883-tt
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color,
Ileturn to Tarn Hlng, City .Meat
Co.; ss reward. 3S83-lm
A ring. Owner can bocuto same by
calling nt Fltzpatrlek Bros, cigar
more, proving proporty and paying
for this nil. 3885-lw
Ladies' Trimmed Bats
Men's Straw, Felt and
1028 Nuuanu St.,
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice.
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages wa nave recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co.,
King Street near South
A Specialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
cards on sale
at tne Dulletln office.
Something Cheap. -I.ol em the cor
ner of Keenumoku and Knnlhca
Htiects, opposite tho Planters' Ex
perlmciit .Station. Slzo of lot f)
ft. x 150 ft For 1 1100 cash. Tl
tlo the best, warranty deed given.
Apply to hll.i A. C. Long, Knplo
hint Building. 3S7&-2W
Flna corner lot In Slaklkl. Curbing;,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address H. F this office.
A fine single-footer, perfectly gentle,
will ride or drive. Also a line span
of horses from the celebrated Hor
ner ranch: well mated. Apply '
C. Qtilnn, phone 1130. 2889-lw
Beef cattlo for Bale at Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Sam N'orrli. Walohlnn
$4,00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR GROCER.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale imponere and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOOD,
FORT and QUEEN T
Scalp Treatment. Facial Massage.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
, ph 4gl nB6 Fort gt-
I FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PICTURES
Our New Christmas Frames Will Be
I On Next Alameda.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
AND OTHEK PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO,
1C6 HOTEL STREET.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
I EAGLE DYEINQ AND
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
P. H. Burnette,
At torney : Notary : Conveyancer :
Real Estate; Mt'g- Loans: Collec
tions, Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
One need only look about Mm to
see that the Ford Runabout is tha
most popular machine in Honolulu.
SCIIUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
ie Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin,