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fcVfcNINO BULLETIN, I10N0I.UMJ, L
., THURSDAY, OCT. 22, lOuS.
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Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tlio Factory Honolulu Wire lied
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
"Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlr.tita, Kort near Kiiknl.
Yee Sing Kec-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Kmltli St., bet. Hotel nnd Pauahi.
Dr. F. Schurman. Hours 5-7 p. m.
221 Kmnui Square. 4083
$10.00 per month and upwards.
Free Janitor Service.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
t Soothing Syrap
na peen osert for oyer BIX1V
E3 forthelrCftU-DUltN wtillsTSKTH.
EH 1NQ. with
Mi flUMR. Af.T.AVN. all nl
w - rt ii irii w
KM CURES WIND COUC. ana iTth
br Drurirlita in averv turt f th
worll. If. into and uk for Wra.
Window's Bootblnir Syrupand take.
w uum uu) 44 vcau s gqme.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUPANU.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
PER SERVICE. PHONE 361.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.
AMERICAN DRY GOOD3.
FORT and QUEEN 6TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nnd RIVITED PIPES fo irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1C5 HOTEL STBEBT. '
" TUNING GUiJlANTEED.
PIANO AND ORGAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
nnd Tuner. 102 Hotel St. or Ha
waiian News Co. For Bale, very
cheap, slightly used, (till (Ira nil
Decker Piano, Aeolian Orpins nnd
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. Lewis. 1402 Emma St..
teacher of Piano and Organ. Grad
uate of lloaton Conservatory.
For house-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. General Kmployment Ot
flre, cor. Pcnsacola and Berctanla.
"For Sale" card at Bulletin.
Frosh, wholesome, and of every
Berctania, Alakea, and Union.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in onr Garage.
Von Hamm - Young
Always on Hand. Yonnp- P!m. Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Chewe.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
,MB. and MRS.
' Tired Feel
ing and other
Res. 1707 Li
liha ,St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolnlu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
P. L. PETERS
. BULLETIN OFFICE. -.
; Phone 256. J'
Short Stories For EvenindHours
THE DAGGER OF BEING
My confession must begin when I
was four year old -nnd recovering
Irom swollen glands. As I grew well,
my twin nrntiicr, tlrcgolre. who wait
toiiio mlnuls joungcr, was put to bed
with the tamo complaint
"What a misfortune," exclaimed
our mother, "that Sllvestre Is no soon
er convalescent than (Iregolre fn)l.s
Tho doctor answered! "It aston
ishes mo Hint J'Ort wurO not prepared
lor It, Mailable I.npnlme since the
children me twins, the thing was tti
ho foreseen, when tho elder throws
tho malady oft, tho younger naturally
contracts It. Among twins It Is near
ly always so."
And It always proved to he so with
Oregolre nnd mo. No tooller did I
throw off whoorfnfi rough than dreg
olro homiil to Whoop, though I was
nt homo In Vernon nnd ho wits sta
lug with our grandmother In toilrs,
IT I had to he taken to a dentist, (li'eg
Ire would mmm atlerWnrd hu howling
with toothache; as often ns I Indulg
ed In tho pleasures of tho tabic. Greg
olio had a bilious nttack. The In
fluence I exercised upon hint Was ho
remarkable that tincti when in)' hlcy
clu ran away with me and broke my
arm, our mother eonsilltnd Ihreo
medical men ah In whether (liogolre'a
bicycle was bound to run away with
hllil, too. Indeed, my brother wnj
iMstlnctly apprehensive ot It him-
Again at college. I shall not pro
tend that I was a bookworm, or that
I shared Gregolru's ambitions; on
the contrary, tho world beyond Ihq
wnlls looked such n Jolly plaoo to mo
that the mcro sight of a classroom
would sometlmps fill mo with abhor
rence. But, mon Died! If other fel
lows were wild occasionally, thoy ac
cepted the penalties, and tho affair
was finished; on me tested a respon
sibility my wlldiiess was communi
cated to (Iregolre. Scarcely had I
icslgned myself to dull roiitlno again
than Gregolre, Ihe Industrious, would
find himself unable to study a page,
and would commit freaks for which
he rebuked me most sternly.
So far as 1 had any serious aspira
tion? ut nil, 1 aspired to bo a painter,
and, after combating my family's ob
jections, 1 entered an art school In
Purls. Gregolre, on tho other hand,
Inclined strongly to tho law. During
tho next few years wo met Infrequent
ly, but that my brother continued to
be affected by any unusual conditions
of my body and mind I knew by his
letters, which seldom failed to con
tain expostulations anil entrentleu.
Can you blamo me If I had no love
for this correspondent?
My Brother Tho Circumstances of
Our Illrth: Your attention Is direct
ed to my preceding communications
on this subject. I deslro to protest
against tho revelry from which jou
ii'covercd either on tho l&th or lGth
Inst. On the afternoon of the hitter
date, while engnged in n conference
of tho first magnitude, I was seized
with an overwhelming deslro to dance
a quadrille at a public ball. I found
It Impossible to concentrate my at
tention on the case concerning which
I wns consulted; I could no longer ex
press myself with lucidity.
Outwardly scdnte, relluble, 1 sat nt
my desk dizzied by such vIhIoiis ns
pursued St. Anthony to his cell. No
sooner wns I frco than I flod from
Vernon, dined In Purls, bought n
false beard and plunged wlldlyg Into
tho vortex of a dancing hall. Scoimd
lei! This Is past pardon! My sen-t-lbllltlcM
icnlt, mid my prudeucq
shudders. Who shall say but that
oiiq night 1 may bo rocognlzed? Who
can foretell to what blackmail you
may expose me? I, Mallte Lapalmc,
forbid your profllgncles, which do
volvo ii)on me; I forbid etc.
Our mother still lived In Vermin,
where she contcinidated her fnvorllci
son's success with tho profoundest
pride. Occasionally I spent n few
days with her, sometimes mine.
Olio summer when I visited her I
met Mademoiselle I.culllct. I know
ery well that no desciiptlon of a
girl ever painted her to anbody yet.
Hiidlcn It that sho was beautiful as
an angel, that her volco was like tho
music of tho spheres more than all,
that one felt nil tho time, "llovy good
sho Is, how good, how good!"
Never since I wns n boy had I stay
ed 111' Vernon for so long as now:
nover had 1 repented so bltto-Jy ns
now the error of my ways. ' loved,
mid It seemed to mo that mj ultnch
meat was rcclpiocatcd, yet my posit
ion forhndu mo to go to Monsieur
I.cidllct anil ask boldly for his
daughter's hand. While I had re
mained obscure, ai lists whoso talent
wns no moio remarkable than my
own,, had raised thcmsclcs from ho-
hcinla Into prosperity. I was an Idler,
a good-for-nothing. And then well,
I owned to Ilcrthu that I loved her!
I owned that I loved her and when I
left for Hnrls wo wcro sectetly en
gaged. Mon Wen! Now I worked Indeed!
To win this girl for my own, to hhow
myself worthy of her Innocent fullli,
supplied mo with tho most powerful
Incentive In life. In tho Quarter they
jegardud mo first with ridicule, then
wan wonder, ami, lliinuy, witn ies
lwct. For my eutliiiulusm did not
fade. "Ho has turned over a new
leaf," thoy say, "ho moans to 1m
famous!" It was understood. No
motb excursions for Sllvestre, no
more Junketings and lecklessncss!
I was nnojlier man my Ideal ot hap
piness was now u wlfn und home.
For u jour I lled this new life I
progressed Men whoso ' nppiovnl
yiiH ii cachet begun to speak of inn
as one with a fiitme. In tho Haliiii
u picture ot mine made something ot
a stir. How I rejolid, how grateful
nod sanguine I was!
I said that It wns tot too soon for
me to Bpeak now; Hind pimctl my
mettle, and, though)! foreinw that
her father would nslmoie liefoii lit
gnvo his consent, 1 was a' least,
Justified In nvmSlnrnu'FOir I tide
graphed Id rtiV tilnth-f lo "xieii mo
Ort Hi'o VinV 15 thontiiticlt I omtrrvl
Iho window of n 'flflst I n.n m to
benr ort somo lilies' for Horl In The
shop was so (ill of wonder
lul Doners that, onju ntuoim iliem I
found 'somo dlfllcupy In making my
choice. Hence, I ijlssed tho ti.iiu,
niul, rather than wak about uii'll the
next, returned to i! studio, Incensed
by tho May. 1
A lotlcr fdr mo lad been iuit di
lUeied. II (old mil tl(a( ml Hi pic
lo1, MbllllUt Itfllhf- ilfiil l.,.irrlrl
lny hntlliM'. I
I could liao welciiileil u ulslol shot j
lily world rocknl. IIitiIk' lost I
false, Giegolrbs w'fM! I I'Mliir.iled
ll, I said It ilvU'r vnld ei I was
htrleken by It and yet, I 'ould not
rertllro t lint netunlb It had happened
Oh, I made rdrliiln iif It later, be
llow lllf I ttds lid hL'ii) of n feullle
trtll, W lU-cellt silcll lutolllpeiico with
oiit proof I assured injsilf of her
perfidy, nnd burnt her love letters one
by one; tore her nlin'tigrjphs lino
shreds strovo also to tear her Imago
rrom my henrt.
A year before I should have riihul
to tho cafes for forgetfiilness, but
now, as tho Bhock siibsldid. I turned
feverishly to work. Kor months ,1
persisted, donylUK myself the -onad-est
lesDlte. cllugliig to a r solution
which proved vainer dully Were nrt
lo bo mastered hy dogged i-mli .iMir.
I should hao roii(U4ieiI; bin alas'
(hough I could compel myself to palm.
I could not compel mn.'IC to paint
w-ell. I had fought temptation for
half n year, worked with my teeth
clenched, worked nnalnst nature.
worked while my pulses beat and
clamored for tho draughts of dissipa
tion, which promised n speedier u
lease. I recognized that my workjuld
been wasted, that the struggle bad
been useless I broko down
t need sny little of tho months that
followed It would bo a recoid of
dcgrcdullons mid rcmnrso; alternate
ly, I fell, and was ashamed I shud
dered nt tho horrors I hail committed.
Ono afternoon whenNI returned to
my rooms, from which I hail been ab
sent since the previous day. I heard
from the concierge that n isitor
awaited me. I climbed the stairs
without anticipation. Mr thoughts
wero sluggish, my limits leaden, my
t)Fs heavy und bloodshot .My lsltor
I think nearly u minute must have
passed whllp we looked speichlepi.ly
In each other's face her's convulsed
by entreaty, mine dark with hate.
"Korglvo me." she gasiied, "I lime
como to beseech jour forgiveness!
Can you not forget the wrong I did
"Do I look as If I had forgotten "
"I wns Inconstant, cruel, I cannot
cxctiso myself. Hut, oh, Sllvestre, In
tho name of the lino you once boio
me, hnvo pity on, us! Reform, nb
jure, your evil courses! Do not, I Im
plore you, condemn my husband to
this abyss of depravity; do not
wreck my married life!"
Now I understood what had pio
cured me tho honor of a visit fiom
this woman, and I triumphed devil
Hhly that I was tho elder twin,
that I owe ou no explanations, hut I
shall sny this: the uvll courses that
you deplore were adopted, not vindic
tively, but In tho effort to numb the
agony that you had made me suffer.
You but reap n you hnvo sown."
"Reform!" sho sobbed. Hho sunk
on her knees before me. "Sllveslte,
In mercy to us. reform!"
"I shnll never leform," I said In
flexibly, "I will grow moro abandon
ed day by day my past faults shnll
thlno ns incuts cmuPiiicd with tho
atrocities that are to come. I'nlso
girl, monster of selfishness, you mo
dragging mo to tho gutter, nnd jour
only grief is that he must sliiuo my
shnmo! You have made mo bad, nml
jou must bear tho conscquoncca you
cannot now mnko mo good to save
Humbled and despairing, sho left
me. At this stage I began deliberate
ly to contemplate revenge. Hut not
tho ono that I had Ihientencd. Oh,
no! I bethought -nivself of :i veng
ennco moro complete Hum that! Sho
should bo tortured with tho tortuio
that sho had dealt to mo I would
mnko him udoio another woman with
nil his hcait and brnln!
It was dliricult, for llrst I must
ndoio, nnd tire, of another wonlan
myself as the passion In mo faded,
his would bo born. I swore, however,
that I would comp'iSH It Fur somo
weoks now I worked again, lo pro
vide myself with money. 1 bought
now clothes und Hindu myself present
able. When my appearance ticcordeil
better with my plan, I paraded l'nt Is,
seeking tho woman to adore.
You may think l'ans Is full of ador
able women? Well, ( contrary Is
human nature, that never had 1 felt
such Indifference townid Iho sex as
during that tedious quest: nover hud
it pair of brilliant ovos, or n well
turned neck, appealed to mo so little.
How truo It Is that only tho uufor
secn comes to pass! Theio was u
model, ono Thoroco, whoso foitunn
was her back, nnd who had long borod
mo by nn ovldctit tcudeiiicss. One
day this Thereie. usually ro eon
strained In my presence, appealed 1u
high spirits, ami mentioned that sho
was going to bo untiled
Tho change In her demeanor in
terebted mc. A little piqued, 1 Invlt-
Itestorcd to Hcoltli by kydln K.
tttad What Thn Sal.
lUnslth SUCH. Jv'ow
York, wrltei: "I.tJU
K rjhkliaurs Vcgeu-
ible Compound over-
I came Itregnlarltlca, po-
BrioJlc Buffering, and
I after cTfrj-thliii; rWo
' bid failed t help me,
und I ftellt aduty to
lut ntliora kuotr of It."
L I,af a) tttn Kt. I'-nrrr,
lUul., wrltosi "Thanks
I VepetableCoropmind I
' for months froai cer-
Miu Marls Stoltt-
l rmrl, ot Laurel, la.,
I writes". "1 m Ina run-
I ford t ronuupprosahi!,
Ilndlgeatloii, and p,vr
circulation, I.yilU K.
' l'lnklim' Vcgetablu
Com;)ouad tn.vle 1U9
Troll and itrnns."
jvsii'C, 1 1 1 . , s-i y : "I.y-
tablo Coin pound etirod
f inn of backache, M
aehr, ami itabllilml
lny pcrloK after the
lest local ifocton had
failed to help me.','
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
1'iir tlltl'lv wnra T.rilln V. T!n1r.
lintaa VeKetnlilo GimpouiHl, mnild
from roots and herbs, lias been tho
fltaiulattl remedy for fumalo tile,
and has lwsitivuly cure dthoiHatidsof
women who havo been troubled with
tion, llbroid tumom, irrcpularities, '
ponoaip p-utis uacKnciie, tnai near
uiKMhuvn fcelhiKi llittilency,indlp;cs
tioitjdiizliiets.ornervonsiirostration. ivny uontyouiry it r
Mrs. IMiihliiim Invited all Kick
women to wrlto her for advice.
Hho lina (rulileil thoiuamls to
hculth. Address, Lynn, Muss.
cd her to dine with mc. but sho re
fused. Before 1 parted from her 1
mndo nn appointment for her to tit
to mo the next morning.
ho you arc going to be married.
Thoroso?" I suld. as I prepared tho
"In tiulh," she nnswered gallv.
"No regiels?" I asked.
"What regrets could I have?" she i
icturned. "Ho Is a very pretty bov.
mid well-to do, bellovo mo!"
"And 1 am not n pretty boy, nor
"Oh," Bhe laughed, "jou do not
care for, me!"
"Js It so?" I said. "What would
yon say If 1 told jou that I did cure?''
"I should say that you tell mo too
Into, monsieur," sho replied, with a
shrug. "Aro Jim readj tor mu to
posu?" And this thnuged woman tum
id her pcurlcns back on inc without a
A little mortified, I attended sli Ici
ly to business for Iho lest of the
mornlnt;. Hut I found mjbflf on the
following dav waiting fur her with
I remarked Hint Therese's hands
weie very well shaped, and Indeed
happiness had brought u eel tain
chnrni lo her face.
"Do you know, Tlicrcse, that I nm
Mirr.v that you aro going to many?"
"Oh get out!" sho laughed, push
ing mo avvnv. "It Is no good your
talking nontenso to me now, don't
Itejhauil, tbu sculptor, happened to
come in al that, moment. "Oho,' ho
shouted, "what changes lire to ho
seen! The nose of our bravo Hikes
tic Is Out of Joint now wo aro nlllunc
Mho Joined In the laughter agaliibt
me. ami I picked up my brush ugalii
In n vile humor.
Well, as I havo said, sho was not
the Kind of woman I had contemplat
ed, theso things arrange themselves
I bcruine ferlously etiamoied of her.
And, recognizing that I'atc vvoiks
with her own InstiumeiitH, I did not
struggle. 1'or months I wits m Tin-r
ose's heels. I wns tho t-port of her
whims, and her slights, omctlincs
even of her Insulin.
I actually inmlo her an offer of mar-
rlngo, nt which sho snapped iter whlto
flnircrs, with u grltnaco and the
mote she limited me, tho moro fusel
nntod I grew. In thut rapturous hour
when her insolent ej'es softened to
sentiment, when her mocking mouth
melted to a kiss, I was In paradise,
My eestiirj was so supreme that I
forgot to triumph at my appiuachiug
So I mnrrled Thercsu; nnd yester
das wiir tho twentieth anniversary of
our wedding. Bui tho? To speak tho
I rill Ii, my plot against her wns frust
rated by an accident. You seo, be
fore I could-communicato my passion
tovtlregoiro I had to recover. fiqm It,
ami tills Insolent Thoroso l havo
not recovered from It yet.
Theio mo iluss wlu n sho (urns her
remaikable back on me now gen-
einlly when I urn Idlo but mon llleu!
the momenta "when sho tuimi her lips
aro woith working for. Therefore.
Ilertho has been nil tho time quite
huppy wllh tho good Gregolir nnd
since I possess Thoroso, upon my
wind of honor do not mind! Leon
ard Menlck, In The lljstauder.
Jttdgo I'urker says this will bo "n
latnp.iign of surprises," At present
It does not appear that a reduced out
put of words vill bo ono of them -Washington
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
r -, fw
I SN s . t. , TT iN Si S?s . rru !N
(J5; WWWW vg) WWWW
WANTED I FOR SALE
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lets Than
I)y n )ounp lady, position ns nssist
nnt bookkeeper or other ofhYe m
stole worh. Address "It. D ," this
otllco. . ur.-tf
rurnlshcd cottage, suitable for two
Kcntlcmcu; clote to business dis
trict. Address "AAA," Bulletin.
German woman wishes position cith
er for euro of children or as cool:.
Address "S.," this ofllce,
1'itrnlslicd cottage, two bed room?,
lose to car line. Address "C.C."
Hullctln ofliic. 1125-tf
Position hy exprrt booklieoper and
ctatlstlclan. Addresa "J. O. II.."
Bulletin office. 4090-tr
Second-hand Hat-top desk; must be
reasonable. Address "UP.," this
A second-hand showcase, about Gx2xl
feet. Address lth price "I'.." this
A baby carriage. Btnto condition
and prlco to "J. K.," Bulletin of
Clean wiping rags ut the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED
Position as general blacksmith; !!"
years' plantation experrenco: horsu
shoeing n specialty; satisfaction
guaranteed. Address "II. P.," this
office, 41 32-2 w
Hy an experienced American carpen
ter who has been en the Islands 23
cars and who has had 20 j ears'
experience on plantations. Addicts
"II.," this office 4120-tt
One or two looms, with or without
hoard. Apply "II.." this offlco.
House. 2 stories, S rooms, 14 IS Alnpat
near Quarry HI.; $18, water Ill-
eluded ; modern lmptovemeuts,
1'urulslied cottage at Cottage Grove,
King St. Inquire No. S. 4111-tC
Two furnished rooms. Apply Sirs.
D. McCOnncll, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished house, 1713 Beach lload.
Apply on premises, 40G7-tf
r1 What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waima Plains in
beautr. climate and diversity of seen
cry? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that tke Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbe, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
IN COOKERY FREE.
Every Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Sat
urday mornings from 9:30 to 11, at
y. w. u. A.
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
Fort St. just above King.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON 13LDG., FORT ST.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bullitln gives a complete summary ot
the news of the day. . .,
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Ptt Word Eacn Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
A valuable collection ot stamps. ThU
collection Is the property ot tho
widow of the late II, W. Bowcn,
and Is the result of his effort In
many years ot labor; they can bo
teen nt the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
rino corner lot In Muklkl. Curbing,
water, fiult and ornamrntal trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' wnlk from cars and l'unahou
College. Address It. P., this office.
Automobile j pa enp-r Queen: In
good order. I. I MlPhlstelll, 21SI
N. King tl.: phone "iSi.
Cheap Stable, In good condition,
corrugated roof. Apply Bulletin
Kmpty racks, tubs, and bottles.
Meshlma, Tort near Kuluil.
GO, 000 acres of land In Knnn, Hawaii.
Address S. NorrU, Kahulttt.
at the automobiles, buggies nnd car
riages wc have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
Mr. and Mrs.
INO, and other
AAA KINQ ST..
134 Berelania near Fort St,
The Manhattan Cafe
Is Tho Most Popular.
FORT STREET just above HOTEL
R. WILLIAM WARHAM, Prop,
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 575.
C. 0. llottcl is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
, Japanese Cnrios, Silk Kimonos,
j Shirts, Pajana-s, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
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Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
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WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dcalere in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
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