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. ' EVENING BULLETIN. 1I0N0LTJI.P, T. H SATURDAY. FTR 1. 1flOS - 3 - X
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Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Ilaptd progtcen with
tliomugh training. Studio, 270
Ucrctanla St., near AlaKea St. Sec
Mrs. Anna E. Teetzel, soprano. The
Mi'han method of volco placing
Studio, Art League-, lluura 10 to 2.
Mr. Jai. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All ordom should ho left at tlio Ha
wallnn Nawa Co., Young bids. I'lione
231 or cor. Alakea and Hotol SU.
Sea Hastings for repairs of Locke,
Keys. Music Hoxos, Sharpening o(
rino Cutlory. Hear Union Orlll 1
The Woekly edition of tho Evening
Dplletln gives a complete summary of
the r.cvm 0' the day. 1
jair- nuLLETiN ads. pay
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch
en, bath, lar.si, &c.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Ujetrable Localltks.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDCR and QULICK AVEU.
No Reaonable Offer Refused.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort St.
of every I
Beretania, Alike, end Union.
for Ovsr 60 isr
dib pcan uiwj tor otw um
YKAKtt bY UlLUOKS oC Uuthtr
wlU pw(H:t o-joomi. IT
tlOOTIUJS Uii CHILD, tOlTENS
th ttUUB. ALIAYH all pain,
CURBS WIND COUC. ana i. U10
toy Dtuj:lj.tfl fn every rrt of tho
torld. lie tara nnd 1.1k for VrL
so other UaO. 30
;caU a Brttle
j5W"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Qulletlr office.
smiummIiwiumi warn 11 n wimmmmfnmBmwvmmmBmmiimmmm
3AGJ&gyk ill II
Maria Lambert, Parisicnnc dress
maker. Miikci stylish tlrenses
live dollars up. 4ii2 Miller St., oppo.
Blto Queen's Hospital. 3912-2W
Lessons in French and Italian riven 1
by Mrs. Amelia smmi, nauguter or
l'rof. Swift (linguist); rapid meth
od, perfect accent! moderate terms.
Studio, 70G Quarry St., rornor of
.Umbrellas re-covered. T. Takata,
I Fort St. near KuUul.
For houie-help, phone White 2891, Ma
t;Ikt Oaneral Employment Ofllco
cor Pensaeoln ana Tjeretanla.
Yeo Elng Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., hot. Hotel and Puuahl.
WHETHER OFFICE OR
HOUSE-FLOORS, need a cov
ering that is easily cleaned,
and .jvhicb. docs not hold the
dirt. The ideal floor-covering
because it is non-absorbent,
and can be cleaned of grease
or stain by the application of
soap and water.
It cannot fade, and never gets
dusty, because it cannot hold
the dirt. It's easy on the feet.
Lewers & Cooke,
Agents. 177 S. King St.
THE PALM CAFE
Hotel Street near Fort.
Of the money you
would save by having
your clothes made to
your measure by us.
Same price as tha ready-to-wear.
Geo. A. Martin,
The General Arthur
is one of the oldest cigars'.
It's still gaining in popu
larity. M. A Gunst fc Go.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
tcr, Delivered to any part of city by
1 courteous drivers.
0A1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
CHOICE OUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
A Snecialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
The Weekly Edltbn of the Evenlna
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
he news of te lay.
in the country
C. Q. Yee Hop
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
tKats and Fans
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, co&tracton
13 KINB ST.
?t ? V. 6 1 TTR X7fT 5J. TT
AND OTIIRIt IMAN08
T H A Y E n PIANO CO.
ICC IIOTEl, STHKET
cth j.'i!.'rWFj 11 1marrypg'ia?iTTTf
! Begin IS
The New Yean
1 WITH A
! Solid Gold 1
I-Durable Cheap I
! 113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU. I '
A ITVn. all., t ' Would be absolutely helpless." J II
I a MJ'Cil K 1 Or IVnton iintol I1I1 patient' pulso i w -, v A ,. J 'j
71y Croy j Ill-son,
CopyrlghteJ, 10OT, by V. C I'urcolls. ,-
'"Dceil, Miss Mnrjle, I don't like
dose lii'nli Cats."
Aunt Dcliblo Rtooil wllli nnni akim
bo, occupying tho KrcnltT jiart of tho
liny kitchen., Mrs. Illnlr, iirrniislug a
11111KS of ilahtlns In nn old fashioned
Jnr on tho dining mom table, smiled
on tho old negro commlseratliigl.v.
"We don't Hud It quite ns roomy 11s
the old ptneo In Virginia, do we, Aunt
liebble? Hut nftcr the tuortgngu vn
foreclosed Leilej's civil sen lee np
polntmcut rus n godsend. I don't
know how tho child ever got the Ide.i
of xtnndliig 11 civil service cxnmlnn
t!nn. Kho nlnnys was it (iieer ehlld,
though." Mm. Itlnlr sighed iii If the
tn. tentox mtij his rATir.NT'i pulse.
matter was liejoiid her comprehension
and followed her characteristic tenden
cy to mold troublesome thought.
Aunt Debbie beat tho butter for her
"Mlis Lesley she's every bit quali
tyevery bit a Mint nnge),'' she said,
brhtltiig nt tiny Idea dlspniaglng tuber
nursling-. "Dey's neer been n purtlcr
child nor young Indy nellher thnu little
Miss Lesley. V.n' do Idy of urn chllo
wurkln' for her luvnd! I Jest can't
reem to stomach It!" Sim bent tho
Mihstnnce In thejcllow lmwl viciously.
" "J'nln't Inck her mn and her grnuduia
done befoah her. Dey had eloso and
partlc-i and married de beifr catches III
do country. What chnns't has little
Inlxsle to mnku a llnu marriage, 1
wanter know? Goes to work evvy
innwntn' nt P. Do La wit knows, 1
useter Jcs' Ikj carrjln" her ma's ami
her grandma's coffee to llicy beds nt
O. Hii how's sho n-goln' to meet nny
Ecnntois nnd presidents mid things to
get n chanst to inarryV"
The old liinmuiy bent away ns If sho
had falo hi the yellow Howl and In
tended to tender It hnrmlesx.
"It worries 1110 dreadfully, Aunt
Deb." Mrs. Illnlr finished tho dahlUs
nnd stood off to ndmlro them. "It
seems preposteiotis to think thnt n
daughter of mine should cvr bo nn old
inulil. Woe been hero a jcar, though,
lid Lesley hasn't become; acquainted
v,ltli a sluglo man of deslmblu culling
acquaintance. It would havo liecn so
dllfercnt If her poor father hud lived."
"Or Ifi ho hedu't gambled away and
drunk up nil liU money fonh ho died,"
muttered tho old woman under her
Mis. Illalr sat down In tho cniy
chair and toniS her embroidery from
the nneleut mahogany sen Ing table.
"Well, I'm doing all I can. I Insisted
on renting this lint In a fashionable
uelghliorhood, but the house Is filled
with young ma riled couples that I'o
never met. I don't believe thero'n
more than 0110 eligible man In tho
building, nnd we've never mot him."
"Huh! WhoV he?" demanded Aunt
Debbie, scenting 11 prospect for match
making with as much eagerness ns If
she bad been of Trench Instead of
"It's that young doctor In tho first
floor front. Ho seems to havo all tho
Buell automobiles nnd cnirlages In
town stop nt his door. Hut, no matter
how deslrnblo an acquaintance ho
might be, wo don't know nuy 0110 to
mnko .tho necessary Introduction nnd
wo are neor sick." Tho mistress
laughed nt tho old woman's falling ex
pression. "I seen him look nt Miss Lesley any
how when wo pass him In tho hall.
Huh! It's enough to make nny 0110
sick to live In n ola bandbox of n Hat,"
said Aunt Deb dolefully.
Dr. IVnton cniuo In very Iato that
night and was smoking a final cigar
when Ills telephone rang.
"IMeaso como up to npartment No. 31
quick-It's n fainting flt-or tome
thing dreadful!" said n girl's excited
When ho reached tho door of tho
j npartnti'iit the girl with, red blond hair
I tho snmo girl ho had often noticed
In tho hall-met liltn nt tho door. Her
I faco was stilt Hushed with sleep, but
her eyes were dilated with auxlety as
I sho wrapped tho folds of her bluo
kimono around her slender flguro nnd
led tho way toward tho llltlo back
"It's my old colored mammy," sho
said breathlessly. "I never Ktisw her
to bu sick before, and I'm nfnld It's
npoplnxy or heart trouble 01 some
l i gcMionr 15 " a
thing. If mammy were to die wa
would be absolutely helpless."
Dr IVnton tinted his patlout's pulso
and IIMimipiI to Iht heart, then looked
at Mrs llhi M puzzled tnnnucr.
"Her hour, ill ilght-rather unusu
ally strong Uns shu been rating nny
thing that might give her nettlo Indi
gestion)" "I'm sure I don't know," said Mrs.
Itlalr helplessly. "I was asleep when
she called me, nnd she groaned several
times, then Wnmo absolutely uncon
scious." "Has sho been drinking)" The doc
tor sulhed thq atmosphere suspi
ciously. "So, Indeed!" snld the girl Indig
nantly. "Mnnimy never was lntoT.1
caled In her life. I spilled that on her
trying to force somo down her throat."
'the doctor, nfter several minutes'
work, finally held somo strong nm
monla to his patient's nostrils, nnd sho
opened her ejes,
"Take il.it dar stuff nwny," sho said
Indignantly "Do you want to kill
me Jes' 'cause I's a wiithless old nig
ger)" Dr. I'enton patted her shoulder In
dulgently. '"1 here-there I guess you nro not
dead jet. It's n sign of a good consti
tution when they recover and begin
fussing nnd fuming. Shows they have
grit enough to pull through all right.
Where do you feel bad, auntie)"
"In ma bead and back, nnd ma
lalgs, and nu awful misery In ma
stomach. I reckon I'm mos' done for,"
ami she groaned In self pity.
"I'm going to glo you a powder thnt
wilt stop nil the misery, auntie. You
must stay In Kd tomorrow, nnd I'll
come In and see how things are going
with you. I expect you have taken
enhl and havo ncurnlgln and cramp.
You'll be bustling nround ns lively as
anybody In n few days."
"Ho sure to como tomorrcr, dnctnh
I'm scnlrt plum to death," the old ne
Ono night long after Aunt Deb's rc
cmcry Dr. ronton sat hi tho tiny par
lor of Mrs. lllalr's apartment, and a
casual observer might have thought
he was noting Leslej's pulse.
"And to think I saw you going In
ami coming out of this building for n
whole jenr liofore 1 bad nu opportu
nity of meeting you. I tried my licst
to find a mutual acquaintance, but
couldn't. If that blessed old mammy
hadn't caught cold I might never have
known j on. Do you like the way that
diamond Is set, dearest)" bo asked,
holding the girl's slender hand nt
arm's length to ndmlro the very new
nnd glittering ring.
"lt'a Just loely," sho said. "Ev
ery thing Is loAely. I don't bellcxo
there's n single disagreeable thing In
tho world. Let's call Mam Debbie I
haven't told her yet."
When Aunt Debbie came to the door
and heard their news sho laughed In
nn enjoyment too largo for tho small
"You think you nro su'prlsln' your
old mammy, do you. Ilttlo mlsslo)
Lawd, chile, I reen It comln' long befo'
you children thought of It."
When she reached tho seclusion of
tho kitchen she sat down and rocked
to nnd fro In silent merriment, her
checked apron held over her face.
"Thank do Lnwdl Llltlo missy won't
bo no old maid," sho chuckled, "hut
dey certainly Is ono cullud pusson 1l.1t
would ha' nindo a fine actress. An'
wasn't I cute to seleck n tltno when Ilt
tlo missy would put on 1l.1t bluo fluffy
wrapper? I kunwed sho looked like
ouo of do I.iwd's angels in It. I
didn't havo no misery I didn't havo
no nothing but dem powders sho' did
mako mo sleep."
i u n it it it
Tho Sunday concert will be given
b) the Hawaiian band tomorrow nrtcr
noun nt tho Capitol grounds. It com
incucea at 3 o'clock, with the following
"Tho Old Hundred."
I'aufnro "Tho Cn airy" Ilohm
Overture "The Italian In Algiers".
Introduction "Lohengrin" . . Wagner
Selection "Marltuna" Wallace
Vocal HnHallan Songs, .nr. by llerger
Selection "Musical ltuvluw". .Hlvleru
Hondo "Lontalno" Olllet
rinalo "Itlgoletto" Verdi
"Star Spangled Ilnnner."
GIFT TO OAHU COLLEGE.
An enlarged photograph of Mr
Samuel T. Alexander wus presented to
Oaliu College by thu Chlneso students
of tho Institution. Mini Yin, one of
the students, mndo u touching presen
tation speech and l'leuldunt CrlfltliH
accepted thu gift with appioprluto ro
Mrs. .lob 11 Albert Macy, for twen
ty years thu companion of Helen
Keller and to whom the latter owes
her education, Is reported going
Harney Schrelber heads list nf win
ldng tin fineit whoso horses were seen
nt Eiueryvlllo last year.
Women lead rioting socialists In
Herlln and aro charged unun by police
with drawn sabers.
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
. PAZO OINTMKNT is guaranteed
to cure any rate of Itching, lllind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
1 4 days or money refunded. Mndo by
PARIS MHUICINli CO., Saint Louis,
U.S. of A.
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WA1M 1 , j
J The riffle Afte. wffli flie RtV Ifecnlfc ! i
Part Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity fur the right man. Ad
dtcss this office, "Man." 3891 -tl
ClfJii -vlplng tags at tha Ilulletlo of
Li.rgo house on llcretntila St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Kottr-room cottage, suitable for bach
elor's quarterr. 1245 llerctanla.
Two front furnlshod rooms, lSia LI-
llha St. 3883-tf
In l'.ilam.i, ill-white, !l -months-old
fox-terrlei . cot mil: green leather
rolhir. Itiw.ml If icturiied tn this
A pointer dog, white and llvnr color.
Hcturu to Tarn Hlng, City Meat
Co.; JC reward. 3S83-lm
A lady's watch Owner can have on
proving property nnd paying for
this notice Yaniato, Ktikul Street
hack stand. 391 0-1 w
Sunday lllcycle. l'or Information In
quire at Iltltletlii ofllce. 3910-lw
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
BERG'STROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
We Have in Stock
Wright & Ditson
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
WING CHONG CO.
KING BT. NEAR BETHEL
Scalers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
Smoke El Palencia
the mild Havana cigar.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.,
Alexander Young Building.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the ctty at
Next io the Orpheum Theatre.
Of All Kinds And Description's At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
Vt file n fr Mitifttura1
h.n.ijM.. i.ii-.ik.. r mitrtiiOQf
tnauilil.lbrt.4 .ulti, 4 i, wtrln
"ffvnt r j neiii,
KmUi by OiuBtlilt.
Pit- 1 nt ia 10044'
F; S. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging nnd Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bat. Nuuanu & Bethel.
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 261,
300 ft S-ln cast-Iron scwor pipe; 2
all-copper Trust sterilizers tin lin
ed; 1 all-copper water still, tin
lined; 1 nil-copper 40-gal. steam
Jacket kettle; 2 nil-copper wash
boilers. Kmmeluth & Co., Ltt.,
145 King St.; Phono all. ,
A vnltinble collection of stnmps. This
(election Is the property of tho
widow or tho late II. W. llowen.
and Is the result of his effort In
ninny )ears of laboi ; they enn bo
seen nt the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building, 3911-tf
Coral stone and all other building
umieiiai coiii.iineu in mai out cor
nl building situated on Nuunnu
St., rorncr of l'aunhl St. Purchas
er to retinue same within sixty
days. "L.," this olflcc. 3907-lw
FIno corner lot in Maklltl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental treu
and nil Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd Punahou
College. Addrcca It. F., this office.
A few pure-bred joung HiifT Orping
ton roostcrx for Rale. Also egg for
setting. Addrena P. O. Hox -10, LI
hue, Kauai. 3909-lw
1300 00 CASH 200 x 300 ft. 9-room
bouse, Knlmukl Address Hox O.,
tills ulllee. 3D09-lm
Reef cattle for sals at Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Sam Norrls. Walohlnu.
YVhlto Pckln dufkn nnd eggs. 1941
South King St. SOOC-tf
TOURING CAR FOR SALE.
Owing to departure, my "Tnurlet"
touring car li for rale; car I ful
ly equipped wllli top, wheel
chains, Bpare tires (3), speedom
eter, clock, curtains, Kc, and la In
good running order. Will sell nt
a bargain. Apply to I:, r. Hlshop.
39 11-1 w
Let the soap do
Made in Honolulu.
Soap Works . .
F. L. WALDR0N,
Wilder & Co.
Di A.N. Sinclair
has moved his offices to Hotel St. be-
tween Alakea and Richards Sts. (with
ur. iiumpnnsj. Hours: 8:80 to 10
a. m.j 4 to 5 p. ra,; 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days by appointment. Tels. 377 or
385. Res. 1384.
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Co,
At Short. Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Streot. rhont 676.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc, call on
J. E Santos,
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
Ohia Cord Wood
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 98
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts.
Tel. Wltite 16D0.