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AMERICAN DRY QOOOt
"OUT and QUEEN Tt
manufactured from lure distilled vwa
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Kewalo. Telephone (28
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
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Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
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Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Go,
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At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
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AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 HOTEL, STREET.
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There are over 600 dif
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prices from 3e to 7Gc per foot.
in the oval and square; gold, black,
and brown, from 30o to 80e.
Gold-plate, silver, and copper, in
nil sizes; from 20c to $2.50.
Largest stock of frames in Honolulu.
Photo Supply Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
jYou will shortly
Gold Watch, etc.
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU,
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
Ask Your Grocer
in the city.
PHONE 197. '
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
can be done very easily with your
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AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
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The Fashion Saloon,
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Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
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OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
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PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
I Taking ihe Bull
by the Horns: I
By BAItUCII DISRAELI. J
Copyrighted, 150T, br 1'. C. Easlment. T
"You are Incorrigible, Stella," with
contracted eyebrows said Osbert Lor
"Do you tblnk bo?" naively returned
Mlsi Wolbrldge, lifting her soft blue
eyes Innocently to liar companion.
"Most decidedly I do," energetically
responded, the young innn, driving a
pcbblo viciously out of Mm way.
"Why mn I Incorrigible"" pretended
to liiuulra the otlicy, with an adorablo
shako of her tine bead.
"As It you didn't knowl" cried Os
bert Indignantly. lie stared nt tho
long Btrctcli of country road without
seeing miythtng. "lleiu have 1 pro
posed to you," ho went on mournfully,
"let mo sec, six times"
"Only six, Osbert'" interrupted tho
other, with n sweet ripple.
"There you go again!" ruefully
laughed Lorlng. Turning his hazel
brown eye toward the lady nt his side,
ho continued Imploringly, "Can't I
mako you look nt the matter serious
lyr The girl laughed dellclously. Pres
ently, "What Is tho use, Osbert, In
taking things seriously?" appealed she
to him, her sumil, straight nose wrin
kling comically. "Life Is so short, you
"Exactly," agreed the other, with en
thusiasm. "Let us got married nnd
"That makci It seven times!" tri
umphantly cried Stella nud clapped
licr hands for very Joy.
Osbcrt's firm, ahnvcu chin was up
In tbo nlr,
"If you will marry me," said be,
with a slgli, "I'll propoio to you n hun
"Eight times," from Miss Wnlbrldge.
They both laughed. A touring car
was tearing down the road. They
mado way for tbo monster.
"Well, Stella," resumed tho young
man, "won't you? There Is n minister
living half a mile back. Ho can tie
THE DULL VTE3T HTnAIGIIT Volt LOMMO.
the knot for us In no time. Shall we
turn back?" Ho swung his broad
shoulders around toward tbo village
whence they had walked.
"No!" vehemently protested tho lady,
wltti an Impatient stamp ot her aristo
cratic foot. "Of course not!"
"Very well, then," resignedly sighed
tho other. "Well," continued ho light
ly as tho two walked briskly ou, "If
you don't wish to marry mo you
needn't. There aro plenty others."
"Yes," ugreed Miss Walbrldgc.
"Thcro Is Helen Hwuuson, for In
stance." An ninuscd -smile played
around bcr small mouth.
"A. licnn pole," disdainfully camo
from tho other.
"Lottlo Johnson, then," suggested
Stella, hor eyes merry.
"An cell" contemptuously objected
"You nro hard to plensc," protested
tho lody, with mock seriousness. "How
will Mamlo Grldlcy do?" The lower
part of her face was hidden behind a
laco handkerchief, whllo bcr laughing
eyes watched tho contortions on tho
young man's frank, haudsomo face.
"Do you think I want to marry n-
mountain?" cried Osbert. Then, with
a laugh, "I am going to marry a finer
girl than you think,"
"Who?" with assumed Indifference
queried Miss Wnlbrldge, though a Jeal
ous pain was nibbling nt her heart.
"Never inlud," easily responded tbo
young man. "Walt until you get our
"Then your proposal to mo was mere
ly a bluff?" angrily flashed tho maid".
Realizing, however, how much her out
burst committed her, sho relapsed Into
Indifference. "Oh, I don't care!" laugh
ed she. "Marry whom you pleaws and
when yon please. You call have my
Lorlng whistled for reply. They
walked ou hi silence, separated from
fields of gold and of emerald by barb
ed wlro fences. A little ahead of
them tho hard road turned Abruptly; u
clump of trees flllfd tho angle and shut
out tho highway beyond. A sharp
trotting was suddenly heard. Sup
posing this to be n buggy, tho young
couple swerved out of the road to ono
"A bull!" cried the girl.
"Farmer Tucker's bull!" supplement
ed the young man.
Tho two stopped and stared at one
mother. Tho situation was serious.
They were loo far nway from houso or
barn to be nblc to run back for shelter
before tbo bull would orertaku them.
And five ropes of barbed wlro barred
tbclr way to tho Holds.
"Tho bull will gore us," declared
"I llou't caro what happens to me."
returned the yoong innn, with n shrug
of the shoulders. "You run back to the
village. I shall keep him busy for
uulille at any rnto."
"I won'tl" announced Miss Wal
brldgc. "Why doii't you caro what
will happen to you?"
"You know very well why," gloom
ily nniwered Osbert. "Now, hurry up
nud run. I)u!"
"I stay!" cried tho girl. 'There Is
tho other girl, you know," she remind
ed him lightly. "Why don't you enro
what will happen to you?"
"There Is no other girl," quietly said
Lorlng. "Now hurry along with you to
II19 village," bo added, with much con
"I won'tr ngnln cried Stella. "If you
wish my life to be saved, savu your
"Then marry me!" from Osbert.
"Nlpe times!" triumphantly from tho
girl. Ujliig admiringly her compan
ion's six feet two, she added, "Ou that
Audition I will."
"As I live."
"Cross your heart."
Tho girl obeyed. '
They wero near tbo clump of trees.
Lorlng s coat was off In a minute. As
the animal came up ho received this
coat over hli head. Tightening the gar
ment deftly over tho beast's bead. Os
bert with hcrculcnn effort turned tho
bull In the opposlto direction. Now ho
lifted the girl up lightly and swung her
gently ocr tho fence. Stella from bor
safo vantage watched with beating
heart the struggle of tbo giants.
Tho brute bnd made short work of
Osbert's coat. Enraged moro than
ever, be returned to tho charge. With
his head close to tho ground tho bull
went straight for Lorlng. Rut that
jouug man had been nu nil nround
Yule athlete. He sprang deftly aside.
and tho beaBt's horns struck tbo nlr.
Ith bloodshot eyes, steaming nostrils
and with n, loud IjoIIow ho went onco
moro for his victim. Osbert had no
ticed n hugo stono nnd had bent down
to pick It up, Intending to smash with
It tho animal's head. Ho was not
quick enough, however. Tho bull's
horns wero at him beforo ho could get
Miss Walbrldgo held her breath In
terror. Tho next moment she beheld
the bull ralso bl.i enormous head high
In the air, and with It tho body of her
lover. A mist swam before her eyes.
But Bke callccUupon all her energy to
fight bcr fainting spell nnd sco tho
struggle out. 1
Lorlng had grasped the bruto's horns
and swung himself upon them ns If
011 a trapeze. When the bull reared
his bead at Its highest tho young man
flung himself over the fence.
Stella closed bcr eyes and sank down
upon the emerald carpet. Presently
sho felt some ono rubbing bcr wrists
nnd forehead. Sho looked up 'to mtit
her lover's gaze.
In the evening Stella related to her
aunt and hostess bow Lorlng bad sav
ed bcr life.
"Ho Is n splendid hero I" cried she,
with her usual enthusiasm. "Am I
going to marry him? Well, I guess!"
Ou the following day sho repeated
tbo Btory to tho girls.
"null?" laughed they. "Farmer
Tucker's bull? Nonsense! Farmer
Tucker's bull wns tied up In tbo barn.
It was n cow. You city girls don't
know n cow when you sco ono!"
Hut Stella .would not bo cheated or
teased out of her causo for rejoicing.
"I know ono thing," said she.
"What Is that'"
"Osbert Is a hero!"
A Wlta Old Dog.
A pretty anccdoto of a dog is given
to Sir C. J. F. Ilunbury's "Diaries nnd
Correspondence." It wns told by Sir
When the Ilrltlsh army was In the
south of Franco after tho battlo of
Toulouse, Sir Gcorgo and Bovcrul otb-1
er oincers visited tho houso ot a gen
tleman who had a very lino dog, a
poodle. Tho dog had been trained to
receive food only when offered It by
tho right hand, and tho gentlemen
amused " themselves with testing bis
steadiness In this respect and found
that bo constantly refused to take
bread from tho left band. Rut when
he camo to Sir George, who, having
lost bis right arm, of course offered the
bread with his left band, tbo dog look
ed earnestly at him nnd accepted tho
bread. Then tbo other officers tried to
deceive liliu by disguising themselves
so as to appear to liavo lost the right
arm, but tho dog's sagacity was not
to bo baflled, and he steadily refused
to take bread from the left band ex
cept from tbo ono who was really one
Family Life In Franca.
Modern France Is the stronghold of
tho family system. Seo a French fam
ily ut dinner In a restaurant or, for
that matter, at home. You will never
sco a gayer, livelier function. Thcro
Is such a frank nnd unassumed sensa
of community about tho wholo thing.
Tho boys adore their mother, tho girls
their father. Tho parents take n
whole hearted delight In their children,
nnd the children are s happy nnd re
spectful. It H n night of which every
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