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Representing one of
the most chic and dainty Pa
risian styles (or women this
season is the Chantilly a
two-eyelet Patent leather tie.
The last over which it is
made has the characteristic
narrow tec and short vamp
found in many of the custom
styles originating in the
' The plain-toe uppers are of the very finest Patent leather,
and the lining is of special duck in the vamp and Black Kid in
the quarter. The Chantilly has a welted sole with custom extcn
don clje,' and a Cuban heel. '
PRICE $4.00 '
Brine your old shoes to bj mended while you wait.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLES3 BLDG., corner of XING and BETHEL.
Grace Hortens -IWer
Tells How It Seems
To Come Jac'ft; t
To Hawaii '
By GRACE H0RTEN3E TOWER
When the mallhlnl visitor arrives
In Honolulu the question with which
he Is greeted on all Bides Is "What
do you think of It?" and-thls Is
closely followed by Its Bequel,, "How
do you like It?"
When thnt visitor has liked It so
vell the first time that he returns a
second, ns u kind of half-kamaalna,
'io Is met with nnother question nsk-
remembcr getting wrinkles on my
nose and teellng'a. kind of disdainful
pity for the Honolulu people who
tushed'to the r.ill and exclaimed with
delight over J.'denr old Diamond
llea'd,''1 arwl when I saw teardrops
glistening on tie (ashen of a woman
whuha'tTnot' been back 'for -two' whola
months I 'realty pitied her In a sar
castic, horrid kind of superior way.'
What could there poiwlbly be lu un
lier question ask- nr.llnivrv.'hari old-mnimtnln (titllne
jd much more caEerly,thnn-tho9c of nllt ,.,ri tH'i'uti Yn tdit '.imii.i.t
A Little Shaver
iWsfft. V 1 w Vf TT JsO-T
is the Gillct, the easiest-going blaCe and keenest cutter of
vagrant whiskers. Nothing overlooked. Soaps and other
BENSON, SMITH fc CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
MADE- BY, HEINZ
Heinz Apple Buttir is the most delicious relish that
is made or ver.Vu made.
1 Everybody knows about the HEINZ WAY and the
Heinz Apple Butt:r in Sanitary Tins is absolutely pure
and cannot become tainted, as the soldier cannot come into
contact with it.
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
the former occasion.
"How docs It seem the second
time? Do you like It ns much as you
did nt first?" Is what' he henrs on
Thnt question regarded In the fi
turo tense I confess troubled me
somewhat when n few weeks ago 1
was considering the possibility of vis
iting the Islands ngnln, after nn ab
sence of nearly two years.
That happy droni of two years
igt), when t rnmo hero us n member,
if tho Southern California Editorial
party, had always remained with me
is a beautiful memory, it kind of mcl
tow background for tho experiences
that have come after. Dared 1 spoil
It or run tho risk of doing go by go
ing back? Honolulu had always hud
i halo around It ever since that de
.Ightful visit; would it second visit
le3troy that halo? I have always
heard thai if one enjoys n thing very
much n repetition of it is never quite
mtlsfylng there Is always a lack, n
something missing, unnnmed perhaps,
"lut still missing.
Would all those delicious little
hrllls that chased themselves up and
iown my spinal column when I
'aught the first glimpse of cocoanut
rccs swaying gently beneath n smll
ng rainbow, come again, or would
hey be dispelled forever? Would
he brocics from tho Walklkl shore
irlng whisperings of contentment
nd Joy and peace? Would the
louds come and co In all their glory
it color and form? Would the see,
, till be far me a rainbow uca? Would
t nil seem written in u higher key
ban the rat of the world? Or
rould that atmosphere of Idealism
BARGAIN SALE' OF
$ .75 BHIRTJ OUT TO $ .50
$1.00 SHIRTS OUT TO $ .75
$1.30 SHIRTS OUT TO , $1.00
$1.78 SHIRTS CUT TO $1.25
Iu AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
1,Wm '! WIJU t !" MUMJUII 1 ll.lil'M
WING CHONG CO
UNO ST. NEAR BETHEL
, Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MIBSIDN FURNITURE Made To
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET HEAR BSTHEL
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361
in price of
FILLING AND ROAD MATERIAL.
NAN1WA & CO..
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775 j Tel. 327.
The "Yale" and "Harvard" Shoes
are very comfortable and strong.
They can be obtained from
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
are synonymous. Bidgood is the
man behind the meals and service.
GO DOWN SOME-TIME.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
egone when I saw It, ull for the
And worst of all, I thought
'Places are nothing without people.'
Maybe my friends over tlicro in tho
.nlddlo of the ocean won't like- me
iny more. Perhaps thoy will have
forgotten all nbout me. Supposing
thoy have, whut will Honolulu ho
ike then?" Well, I Just shivered to
hlnk what It would bo like If all the
hlngs I loved were different, and
jnco or twice I was hnlf-ufrnld to go
"No, you probably won't enjoy it
is much this time," said the Pessl
nlst, with a very superior, nnk-mc-1-mow
l:Isd cf an air. "People seldom
lo .tho second time they do things,
you know, and there Is no reason why
on should be an exception. Be-
ililes," he said, airily, "the Fleet will
)o there and pcoplo won't nave any
time to bother with you. It will be
cry hot over there now, and you
will long for the mountain pines. You
111 be seeing Honolulu under very
Jifferont circumstances this time. I
idviso you not to go." I crushed the
ne3slmlst with a look.
That, and a llttlo monoy, vas all
I needed to make mo decide then and
there to go. A little opposition now
ind then Is needed by the .best of
men and women, too, and my deci
sion was made. Wouldn't I Just show.
the old Pessimist whether Honolulu
could smile in the same old way or
not! Hadn't I had the thrills all
over again each tlmo I dined at a cer
tain cafe In Los Angeles where the
Hawaiian quintet club plays each
night, and hadn't I almost wept cv
ery time I heard tho plaintive, swcot
notes of the "Aloha Oo"? Of 'course
I had; and I got a thrill right thou
Just thinking nbout It. I told m
self I wouldn't go unless the steam
ship company would give me a pass,
And then when they wouldn't, al'
though I thought it was shocking bad
taste on their part, I said I'd go any
way Just for spite.
Two years ago, when In the half-
light of the early morning we gath
ered on the forward deck to see tho
approach to the land of our desires,
'kind ot way to mike anybody Indulge
In such heroics, I thought. A week
later f found myself looking off over
the rlce-flelds and the tnro patches,
tho banana Gelds and the cocoanut
groves to the crescent shore-line of
Walklkl, and I felt n new respect
for Diamond, Head. Two months la
ter when 1 sail, away Iny last Aloha
v&b for Diamond Held "dear old
'Diamond Ilend"iow, to me, too. And
when n few, weeks ago I caught my
nrsi ra-giinipw oi I'lumonu iienu ana
felt iho thrill come back I knew, that
the charm was not broken, the spell
still watt- on,, and I felt Irr my heart
that Honolulu-would be the name
Woll, In that I wus mistaken. She
If the same In n way and yet not the
amc, fur she is more no. The com
pelling ch'nrm that held mo in its
thrall two years ago snd would not
let mo uo, Still holds me tighter than
bcfoic, and tho thought ot packing
my trunk and going away Is one ot
positive do hi"
When I first saw Honolulu there
were two things which Impressed mo
most Ltrongly: the wonderful hospi
tality of her .pcoplo and tlie-glory of
Color In sea 'and sky and hilltop.'
Uoth are "bigger and stiongcr and
brighter than before, and the com
ing bacV lias beenjlke coming, home
to something' otib has'loved and cher
ished and carried about. In the heart,
' Honolulu's laich-strlng seems to
b'e ot the rubber tvarlsty, and no mat
ter how far one wanders 'away from
the Diamond 'Head gatepost he al-'
wkYS'flnrii within his hind. oV la it
fastened around his heart? the end
of the string, t think. It musfbe It
gts, tangled In'LUvb.art sometimes
for" those of us -who have been here'
before, have felt strange, insistent
tugglngs ut our hearts every' once In,
a while, and examination always
proved thnt the latch-string wus get
ting' taut and something -was draw
ing us back.
Well.'fts I was the last one to
leave,, seem to hate been the first
one to come back. .and,there seems.
Ebrflcway, to be a personal Interest in
every building and evo'ry roaawtiy. It
Is always a pleasure, to 'make new
friends, but It Is nothlpg to; thei pleas
ure .of Renewing that, friendship later
on. That'sfthe way It Is in return
ing to Honolulu. '.For two years I
have eagerly read the Honolulu pa
pers whenever they were sent me,
and' have experienced a', 'twinge of
Jealousy, every time I have 'seen a
friend leave for the. Islands. '
.As there has not -Wen, a, new edi
tion of the dictionary since my last
Visit I don't happen to snow of any
new adjectives to brlng'into use. ' If
I, did, V should usejhenv iJng a
firm believer in economy, political,
domestic, and every other kind, I
lutvo thoughtot a way to express my
feellngsj I believe when our party
w'aa here before that we all took up
considerable space In-the various pa-
pers,exniDting our reoiinxs ana our
Impressions., Tho best way Id which
I can .answer the question asked me
tqday, "How does Honolulu Impress
you, after two-years?,",' Is ( jo. say:
"J.ust hunt, up, tho, flleslofthe Hono
lulu papers ;of two years ago -.from
September till November and! multi
ply by ten everything, I said, about
Honolulu and her people.',',' .That Is
tho way a second Visit to the Sun-
6hlne"lslands has impressed me. i
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$1200 Comer Lot 55 feet on School
St. with 2-story house and Cottage.
) 800 8.Room Cottage at Kapahuln.
Lot 60x100. Eur Terms.
P. E. R. Strauch
r ' r, . - .
Another man has gone down be
fore, Kelchcl, the Montana'' wonder.
And' that belt which tile spotting
fraternity has come to look on as a
sort of Jinks has not yet proven his
overthrow, though he. has .worn It for
somo tlmo.past. . .
v Kelly Is more, ot a boxer than it
fighter, and; the" knockout route '-was
that which iho crowd anticipated
when It gave' odds ot 2 to 1 against
tho Chicago boy. ' , !
SAME OLD STORY ,
The melancholy days' have, come
When In exchange (for plunks
Tho Iceman hands his product 6ut
In tho smallest kind of chunks.
Little Wllllo "8ny, pa, what Is a
;,',.. ,,'n,i..v'' . ,
JISU UlllUtlll iiiui
Pa "It's a namo that Is sometimes
WAITY BLDG. No. 74 S. KING ST. oppllcd to a bore, my son."
One of the BEST THINGS we know atiout
is that it is always Uniform in. Quality, because it is U N T F 0 P. 51 L Y GOOD.
Made in a scientific way from the pjrest se'ectcd Cnli'cniia cream by one of the most Mil
itary creameries in the State.
FIRST IN QUALITY AMD FLAVOR!
TRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT
HENRY MAY fe CO.. X,td. Tel. 22
1909 Four -Cylinder-
IN BRINQI2T .1 OUT THIS NEW MODEL we do not i.n anv wsv retract any claims that
we have made for the six-cylinder car which we are Cralv convinced is tl:: highest
type of automobile construction. In response to & iltmand for a larger roomier car
'.than our 23-horsepower. 4-cvlinder Model R, and mcr moderate in prirr than our
Light Six, we have produced tho Model Z. This mode n't?;!!: a dcinmd for s four-cylinder
car a little larger and more powerful than the Hole 9, which has bren diicostiuucd.
The owner of th: Xcdel Z ean feel that the well-kne-n features of the ??ode1 ? are
embodied in his cv. together with the advantages of rf-e roam and now. In brisf, the
Model Z is an enlsrcement and refinement of the lioicl ?.'. retrtnt'n? the r.ioit clvanc
d ideas in automobile designs, toe-ether with Stsvcns-Darjei construction and worlcnan
ship, which have been proven absolutely correct.
THE UNIT POWER PLANT
THREE - POINT SUPPORT ; ,
' This ebBs'truo"tio"nTwn"icn has made the name ''8TEV?,iT5-DUlYZA ' synonjmout with
mgloT ear .efficiency,. (..retained. 3TKYEKS-DURYBA cars wre built or correct principles
in 'the beglnniBfransV-at no.t'ms have any radical chiiiRt: b::n ;e in their design.
' ' ' ' 4 3-4 BORE 4 1-2 STROKE ' '''--,
, l' " TIRES 54 s 4
WEIOHT, 2S50 FOUNDS
For detailed specifications send for catalog.
- ' Price, - &7 50
Folding Top with Side Curtains, Stonn Front, Celluloid Windows end
Slip Covsr Extra , 150.00
Magneto extra ?2200.00
Chassis ?2 100.00
. STEVENS-DURYEA COMPANY,
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. '".
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHXIS2.
$am Wo Meat Co..
King Street Market. . Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager,
The Beit In Town.
TEL. 527. KINO ST.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and soil eon
OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 480.
EDGEWOATH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos n the Market.
sd MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
l if " (REVERSIBLE)
The Ingento Developing Tank is as great an improve
ment upon all previous developing tanks as Tank Develop
ment itself is upon th? old-style way.
It makes developing, fixing, and washing simple' and
easy for the veriest amateur, and accomplishes results in
the shortest time.
Call and have it shown to you. Also tanks for film,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
POPULAR 5-ccnt CIGAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.