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Short Stories For Evening Hours
LONGING OF MISS PAULINE
At usual, Miss 1'autlnc coughed ills
ticssliiftly. And then she smiled, be
cause n beautiful thought that was
like a ilrcain with white wings pawed
through her busy brain. Somehow
hIic felt ns If that great thing wlileh
she had longed for and prayed over
for years was on the verge of becom
ing true. She could hear the rustle)
of Hope's garments, hour by hour,
nnd down In the nolsc-rlddon city,
where men fight and plunge nnd sell
their souls for bread, bIio heard tho
pound, too always tho rustle of
That longing of Miss Pauline ws
a secret which she bad entrusted on
ly to n few. It had come to her
shortly after tho serious nccldcnt and
subsequent fccr which laid her low
In the springtime of her life and Its
happiness. And nil through tho
strange years that had followed she
clung to the longing with the hope
that It must he fulfilled If she were
patient and good enough.
At first when she came out of the
haze of that numbing Illness tho
world seemed n strange, unreal place
It wns like living among shadows.
Put In time she grew used to It, nnd
forgot tho meaning of her friends'
saddened looUs and tearful shakings
of the head. She was satisfied sat
lhlled with shadows.
Then the great longing came to
dog her steps, nnd Love, which had
once looked In on her, lied. Miss
I'aullue seemed to need but one thing
and Uivc, who wns young nnd ignor
ant, ami who would not be second In
anybody's heart, forsook her.
After all the great longing was a
foolish one the only sort that could
have bothered a little body like Miss
Pauline. She merely wanted to bo
tall. You bee, she w-as only four-
iomethlng, nnd she wanted to bo five
something wnntcjl It so that tho
J earning became n tragedy. Tho fo
er had left her with this greatest of
all foolish ambitions.
To bo sure there was no hope tor
her none at all. She was poor and
little nnd old. llesldcs she had been
taught that no one by taking
thought could add one cubic to his
stature. She knew Hint It wns wick
ed for her to long for something that
could nccr bo so wicked, wicked
yet sho seemed to be driven on In
that way like a drifting, rudderless
boat In n high wind.
Alwnjs when sho had thought It
out to the "wicked" stago sho paused
to sny a bit of a prayer until tho
prayer became a dally habit.
"(lood and Merciful," tho suppli
cation ran unvaryingly, "I want Just
tho one thing It Thou wilt give it
tho one grace. I ask not nnd seek
not benuty of faco nor of figure
but, ob, Thou Rood and Merciful, I
would be tall a lit (In taller. Yet
not my will not my will but Thy
will bo done. Amen and for Jesus'
sake. Hut It Thou woudst, (Ircat and
(lood (lood and Merciful"
A good ninny years of praying hnd
made no difference. Kacli night tho
Yardstick on the tlonr rnslni; innrkpil
tho name old four-something and
lately It had seemed to tako the least
hit of tiptoeing to fetch tho figure.
With a sigh Miss Pnullno would linvo
to turn away to her bed and continue
her supplications nil unsatisfied.
And now the prim freshness of tho
gentle faco faded, leaving only good
brown eyes that looked out uncer
tainly through tho encroaching shall
ows. There ranio n day, however, when
Miss Pauline nwoko to great happi
ness. She had left her noisy thor
ough fin oh behind upon the, moment
ous occasion of her monthly shopping
visit Into the heart of the city, nnd
wandering upon tho less-traveled
streets came upon a crowd of peoplo
gathered nbout a wagon. In tho yellow-wheeled
vehicle stood a man who
promised the most lovely mid Impos
sible things to all who would pay for
"l.udlcs nnd gent'men," ho an
nounced, "I have hpro tho most pow
erful remedial ngent known slnco
tho days of nsciilnpliis, tho father of
medicine. One dose, Indies and gent'
men, will open up a now vlstn; ono
bottlo will create u now life: one
dozen bottles will makn a poor man
rich nnd n short man tall "
Miss Pauline heard nothing snvo
the last sentence as the crowd swept
her on. Hut that one sentence was
enough to set her wild with Joy. Peo.
pie could be made to glow tnller!
Hack she fought her way to the
wagon mid i cached her hand up to
nttiact attention. When she had
staled her question tho crowd gavo
back ami laughed gonil-liumoiedly.
With his shining smile tho lino gen
tleman in the wagon leaned out,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnka Laxative Dromo Quinins
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
12. V. Grove's signature is on
r.K!3 MEDIClNi: CO.; St. Lsub, U, 8. A.,
winking an eye at the audience.
"Wnnt to gtt.tnll, mn'am?" ho In
quired with gravity and well-simulated
professional Interest. "How
Miss Pauline (ould not answer Im
mediately. Her heart pounded and
her cars roared. Things sho had not
thought of slncu tho day beforo her
pony threw her on the Wcllsflcld
road ran through her brain.
The gentleman who so magnani
mously dispensed illvlno favors took
up tho matter In a raucous way with
tho crowd merely to hold It together.
"She docs not know she does not
know!" ho bawled hoarsely.
Hut sho answorcd nt last In her
gcntlo way that from being four
something she would esteem It a
great glory to become five-something.
And some turned their heads away
with tears In their eyes.
The fakir bowed gravely.
"It can be done, ma'am," he said,
"but not by medicine. You must
go to the specialists who elongate
the vertebrae. Yours Is a very spe
cial and peculiar trouble. With you
It will take a long course of bone and
muscle training very long lots of
money, oh, a great deal of money
moro than jou ever saw, mn'am "
Tilings turned green and dark be
foro Miss Pauline, exnetly ns they do
when one goes suddenly out of strong
sunlight on snow Into a black closet.
And she turned nway hppclessly for
she wns very poor.
Miss Pauline did not hear the roar
of laughter, nor the thunder of wag
ons on the cobblestones. She only
realized that she had again missed
her chance nnd becnuso she was
poor. So. although sho was not bit
ter, there lay on her lout a certain
languor and despondency that wns
like liver mist on n yard of llowcrs.
Anil the cough tortuicd her throat
even more distressingly.
The day after Miss Pauline receiv
ed tho note from her solicitors touch
ing the legacy was different. It was
a new day. And she went trembling
ly to her knees to' thank her "(lood
nnd Merciful" for the bit of linen pa
per BcrawlcJ over with lawyers'
"Dear Madam," It said stiffly, "wo
are pleased to acquaint jou of tho
fact that the estate of your uncle, the
late John Holbert. Is nt last out of
litigation, lly u recent decision of
tho Supremo Court you become solo
legatee of some 1.1,000 and real
property aggregating as much more.
As wo wcro jour uncle's trusted so
licitors, wo hopo you will seo jour
way to "
She hnd road tho blessed document
until tho purple Hues wero dim with
her rubbing, and all tho time n mad,
unusual Joy burned In her gcntlo
"I hnvo lots of money," sho mur
mured. "I can grow ns tnll as I wish
and soon. I shall hunt out theso
scientific wonder-workers. 1 will bo
And for a whole night sho d reamed
of walking through green fields
whero the sun always shone nnd a
breeze always played In tho clover
tall, graceful, like a Illy, maybe!
It was Dr. Marchand who found
Miss Paulino In his reception-room
ono afternoon nt dusk, after tho drag
of a heavy day, when patients seemed
lo bo ugly and dlsagrecnhlo ns tho
diseases that brought them to him.
He had stepped out of his prlvato
consultation mom, ovorco.it In hand,
for a last look for loiterers, and
had found MUa Paulino smiling her
raded smile. In her lingers, tightly
crumpled, was .tho letter froin hor so
licitor. In her eyes- tho eager, grow
ing light like dawn.
At her faco he paused in wondor,
stung hy sudden memory then enmo
forward with the usual professional
greeting upon his lips.
In a rush the story enmo out. Kvon
Miss Pauline was frightened at tho
boldness of her tongue speaking' tho
hopo of her heart.
"I came to jou," she finished soft
ly, "I came to you because I, know
that If anjono on earth could help mo
to my my whim's end It would bo
some one who knew mo when when
I wns joung."
Sho coughed her llttlo cough, apol
ogetically, and was still.
Or. Marchand arose from tho chnlr
into which ho bad dropped nftcr the
lust moment of lecogultlon. That
sho should han come back to him
out of tho nhjhs of years and mlsun
dei standing llko this) With his
soul's car he heaid a sodden sound
like tho diopplng of clods on a cof
fin, smothered, strangling cries. Ho
was u bit of a sentimentalist mid
couldn't help It. Ah ho looked Into
the past ho saw a j-oting man, u maid,
a misunderstanding and then emp
tiness, piinrluied by a dying silver
of news that spnkn of u terrible nccl
deut, a long Illness. After that It
was like the night of ages. Ho never
heard, ho never went back. This plc
turii In Its tut it was( followed by ono
of tho joung man" Vapidly lining tu
a profession that gave him no time
for vain longings.
"You wanted to bo tnll, Pauline,"
the doctor said In a voice strange to
his own ears. "Whero havcyou been
child" And the tough how long
have you had that glrllo?" Tho old
diminutive slipped out, but he did
nut notlic It, nor did Miss Pauline.
"1 have n great deal of money, doc
tor." she began with quiet dignity.
"They Bay that it costs ono very much
to be what Is It rovertcbralcd?
Hospital hills ate large and doctor
bills and nurse hire. Hut I am not
poor nny more. 1 have money now
sec this Icttcrl I can buy what I
have always wanted."
She put her hnml to her head on
the ugly scar the heavy ridge at
tho side of the skull. Often there
wns an nclic there a dull throb and
a pressure that took nway her
"I have money and I cannot buy
what I have always wanted, little girl
oh, little, lost sweetheart," the
doctor mused. "Something my ac
cursed pride and tho illness and des
tiny stole from inc. Oh, fever, fe
"It Is not fever that I am speak
ing of, doctor," Miss Paulino remind
ed him mildly. "I nm telling jou
that I have money to buy the grace
I lack. Read this paper It is a law
Again the cough cut off her speech
at her lips; n spot of fire glowed on
her cheek nnd her eyes were very
"True," muttered tho doctor, wri
thing nt tho cough, "and not the fe
He got up nnd wnlkcd to tho win
dow, hut tho past and the present fol
lowed him like restless ghosts. The
In lulling spires rose like needles In
a gigantic cushion. Tho drone of the
city heating up nltered Its key n sem
itone. The music of things ran mi
nor. And a tear rut the furiows of!
his kind old face a tear, nnd anoth
er nnd another.
"As sho is I love her moro than I
lon my own soul," ho whispered.
"After 20 j ears when 1 thought the
thing was dead in me It comes up like
hot blood In the thront. Hut I llnd
her like this like this."
She was stroking her head ns he
came back and tho movement arrest
ed his attention the unconscious,
habitual touching of tho head,
"Tho case Is not hopeless?" sho
nsked brightly. "I nm not too old?
You know nbout these things?"
And still his eyes followed tho
movement of her hand, sharply, at
tentively, llko tho cyo of tho mlcro
scoplst absorbed, Indifferent to nil
save the ono thing. In a moment ho
was nt her side, mid his lltho fingers
touched tho scar, tho ridge, tho little,
It was then that Dr. Marchand,
gray and grave, did a stmt ling thing
a sob rose In his thront and ho
could not check Its outburst.
"Pauline my poor, little girl, did
they never Know? Tho fools tho
"I nm too old?"
Tho lines of decision tightened to
firm wrinkles about tho ninn's mouth.
"If jou will marry mo now, I'aul
lue." he said, distinctly, "1 wl',1 tako
jou whero tho air will euro that
cough of yours West, dear. and I
will stop nt a great hospital oh, lit
tle girl, oh, little girl, I myself will
glvo you back the years Jou ost. It
is a chance n great chanco and
Miss Pauline had never seen n doc
tor act qulto as did her physician.
Ills oyer wcro red and ho talked very
fast, ns If to himself, In words that
wero poljsyllnhlc and formidable.
Hut she could sec that ho was glad.
And ho was taking her to n hospital
all Just as sho herself hnd planned.
"I want to grow tall," sho repeat
ed softlj". "Yes, 1 will go with you."
That night Miss f'iiulitio sat In her
llttlo room, rocking Jbj'ously. "I feci
that I am growing taller," sho whis
pered to herself. "I urn really very
hnppj'." And sho forgot to stand up
besldo tho cnslng to tako her meas-
uiemeut, Item A. Johnson In tho
CASTOR I A
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'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERQIN, Proprietor. I
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
veiussmenu Inserted tor Lets Than
Detached cottago of two rooms, one
foom furnished, convenient to ccn
tcr of town. Addicts "T. K ,'
Small furnished cottage, abovo llcre
tanla St. preferred. Address with
particulars, "M.," P. O. Hox 302.
Uvcijbody to mako money by plant
ing cocoanuts. lnqiilro for plants,
Hox 102 Llhuc, Kauai. 4190-tf
Second-band flat-top desk; must be
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office. . 39CS-tt
A second-band showcase, about CxZxl
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A baby carriage. State condition
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The whereabouts of Mr. Thomas
Buggy nre wanted, l'lenso address
M. I. Lea, llullctln. 1208-l.v
New and thoroughly furnished house
In Manoa Is for rent for ono or two.
years. Address "H.," Bulletin of
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
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Largo front room, nlso 2-room cot
tage. 729 King St. 4198-tf
Largo furnished rooms.
732 Klnau St.
Housekeeping rooms nt H;3 Nuiianu
Clean furnished rooms for working
mon; $1 week up. Apply 1280 Fort.
Ono or two rooms, with or without
board. Apply "11.," this office.
What spot i these Islands can ex
ceed the great Wnimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity ot scen
ery! City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented far
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAIL
P, 0. Address, Kawaihae.
137 MERCHANT STREET,
LOTS FOR SALE
KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Preniiei
at.Hauula on the beach, a two-story
nouse ana lurmiure. at a Bargain.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call np at any
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A valuable collection of stamps. Tbta
collection Is the property ot tho
widow ot the late II. W. Bowen,
and Is the result ot his offort la
many years ot labor; they ran bs
seen at the Hawaiian News, Co.,
Young building. 3911-tl
House, and lot; house furnished or
unfurnished, 7 rooms, four closets,
electric lights and gas, on mala
enr line; At n bargain. Address
"Lcrols," Bulletin. 4160-tt
Collie pups, ftom pedigreed rtock.
Price from 110 to (20; femalo $10.
Horner's Itanch. 4140-ti
A No. 1 Whlto Leghorn rooster. No.
1041 South King St. 4174-tt
Between B. O. Hall & Son nnd post-
olllce, note for $00 drawn by T.
Tnslilro In favor of W. O. Chal
mers. Payment hns been stopped;
$5 rewnrd for return of Bamo to
this office. 4207-3t
On road to Pall, fox terrier, black
spot on cyo nnd ear. Answers to
name ot "Puppy." Howard on re
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Pass Book 2499 lost. Finder plcasa
return to Bishop & Co. 4190-
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931 FORT ST.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
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THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
Xing Street near South
Mr. and Mrs.
INO, and other
444 KINO 8T.,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
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GOODS of EVERY DE
941 NUUANU ST
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
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Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU 'ST near King. '
HONOLULU, T. H.
ASSESSMENT HO. 0
In tho llnrrlson Mutual llonovolont
Association duo Dec. 16, 1908. de
linquent Jan. 15, 1909. All assess
ments nro payable at the Secretary's
olllco, Kaplolaul Uulldlug, King and.