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PIANO AND ORGAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
nnd Tuner. 1C2 Hotel St. or Ha
wallan News Co. Pur sale, very
cheap, slightly used, full drum)
Decker Piano, Aeolian Organs and
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
trot. N. M. lewis, 1402 Emma St.,
teacher of I'lano anil Organ. Grad
uate) of Uoston Conservatory.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired ai
the Factory' Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
For house-help, phone White 2801,
Mqklkl. General Employment Of
fice, cor. Pensacola and Beretania.
Blank hooks of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured liy tlio Bulletin
Publishing Company. t
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
......i.. kj. uvk nuiei nna rauani.
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. ru
4-Cr. m. 22. IJmtna 8qunre.
Short Stories For EveningHours
AN INCIDENT OF THE REVOLUTION
In the Hue deTrovlso lived, In the f In conclusion were, a'lmi.ly amaxlhg,
ar 1871, my o Id friend. I.n.nlllv ' 1 1.. j..n,.i. .. W...ii.. .-.-.. .
year 1871, my old friend, Dutallly, a
wealthy manufacturer, the hn-i.nmi
of an excellent wotnati. father . n
charming daughter, a clever business
man, nnd a conil imtrint n.i.n
inc'rhdlble. MpWDutalUy listened to
tno (UH'l-ouuillllllKi vniiRiuripus IBK
with, great Interest, ar'CVcn her. bus.
hand seemed to believe tho Captain's
-... ... .-..; . '. .
. i . i,. ..-..,. ' I ""!' J"if ucnruua rcmaincu ux-
Iced, wasn little "cracked" In regard torly Indifferent, and the poor little
i? i! .: ?LB' " olnPrwl,,e ''" bestlMolill guard, who '.looked paler-than
uaufti ifidt pvcnliiKil and whpiqUAp-
ijcapju njui'inqreui nis wiueiDiouse,
Piano 'taught by experienced teacher
in o iiiuiium; j montn i lessons)
Spoclal attention given to adult be
ginners. Address "Teacher," this
Have You a House
Wc have several inquir
ies both for furnished nnd
unfurnished houses, from
responsible persons, willing
to pay from $25.00 to
$00.00 per month. Makiki,
Punahou, or Manoa preferred.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
No. 924 BETHEL STREET.
IS flt 1i tm ...... ?.... ?.
i...-r:-" -"Vi.wi. vr?r iiiaii
AKHtir MILLIONS Ot MMhefi
Dniirffifttft itl 1V.M . ...
world, lio sura nnd uV fnr v.
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iMt (iiTiin ai in,.' ...- "-.-
Tnnwf,V.1w'v'wa il pain.
yunup WlJNlJ ,(J
c... .A.; y.".'..-?..2.a. .l9?
1 5i Y5SS-i,:7-"S"'S;-0ffa
COUC, and l tho
fl ?,"? uo uro una m lor iirs.
K c oiaer nna. 35 cents a Dottle.
OF ALL KIWHS "
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: ;; Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framinc a Specialty,
503 S. BERETANIA ST,
TELEPHONE 497. '
You Want Electric Wiring Done 01
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 318.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest notice.
4000 (Jreen Hoofing Slate 10"xl0".
500 One and Two Prong Iron Fanes
- 1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Fresh, wholesome, and of erery
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
. Autos ,
Your mochtnft unll fcA ,! r.
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you when wc say it will be. We
uon i experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDING.
At a Discount
UK iust &S CaSV in rt oa a anjJK lt-
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Building. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
Alwavs on Hand Vniin. TI. D...1
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
"am Wo Meat Do:.
King Street Mkrl-et. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. , ,CE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu: Tel. 272. ,
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
AND OTIIKK PIANOS. U
IHAYEH PIANO CO.
1B HOTBL ETflEKT.
- T1JNINO QUi RANTKSDtMt
MR. and MRS.
mg and other
Res. 1707 LI-liha-
.Japanese Curios, Silk Kimono;,
Jtiiru, Paji.rn, Shirt Waists, Fancj
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEJ
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
courteous driven. r
OAHD ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Tolephons 528.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Ms,, Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George Q. 'Guild, Gen. Mgr.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND,
Fort Street. Phone 570. '
2HF""For Sale",cards at Bulletin.
mah Ih, the world.
Just'nt tho limn uihAh h ,... .. i.
Ing his trunk tiVen ifwnv im ....
prised liy the InVostnient'of Paris; hut
nau consoled lilmsclf with the convlc
tidn that the city would not hold out
Mmo. Dulallly, who was of a differ
ent opinion, had already long occu
pied hcraolf with tho provisioning of
the. house, which she simnlloit win.
such an nhundanco of food that tho
Dutalllys would never have known
tho pinch of hunger even ilinm-i, it,n
siege hnd lasted three months Inn'nr.
She finished her work hy hutldlng In
her garden a cow stnhle, a completo
hennery, and. oven a pig pen.
Slnco the month of Octnlir ii im.i
been the object of a sort nt immn.
particularly for me. for mv nnv
waa laid at the DuUilllys' every Thurs
nay anu Sunday, and hero I Indem
nified myself for tho privations of tho
rest of tho week. And lmw rmii.i
one help. In theso davs nf ninrvntinn
and misery, going Into ectastles over
n ragout oltpork or a piece of fro
ningd do brie, which were washed
.down with excellent wines?
I Was 'hot. hnVPVDr fi nnlt A
ndmlttcd to thlmhospltahle table, lie-
siue mine lay the cover of another
regular guest, younc Anntnln nriph.
aut, tho Superintendent of tho fac
tory, futuro partner of, nnd son-in-law
of M. Dutalllv. This worthv
young man, who. was somewhat mol-
nncnoly nnd very bashful, wns vio
lently In love with hn dnuchlr nf
hjs employer, Mile. Gertrude, nnd the
ung gin seemed to return this pas
sion. Without n wnnt tmvi !....
exchanged, llrlchaut'ssult was look
ed upon rather favorably by the Du
talllys, and tho union of the young
neOUln llAKAnil fin Iftff iftnllw unilA,ll
Unfortunately the war put off tho af
fair. 1 thought of a pretext to take my
leave aflor tho roffecfor I had n se
vere headacho from tho "gab" of this
vain boaster, whom, morevcr, I hoped
never ,to set eyes on again, Therein
I hnd deceived myself. Imu'.r.. tr.
on tho following Sunday 1 found him
nt the same place; then on Thursday
"Kiiin.- anu anally He made his ap
pcarnncc at all foUr;mcals.
The Dutaltly couple were quite de
lighted with him. The lady of the
house ho had won by his Invnrlnliln
good humor and an ulnuni in.ii.
gallantry, to which no woman of 'a
mature ago Is Insensible; Papa DU
tallly. on the other hnmi i.v ih. in
terest ho scorned to take In tho mili
tary effiiBlons of Tho Temps. Ana-
loio, wnoso cold made him snuff and
sneeze with Increased violence nt ev
ey moat, Bank visibly In tho estima
tion of his futuro father and mothcr-In-law.N
This stato of things became moro
and moro painful, nnd after tho fight
Of Le IlOUrCOt. Whnrn tho nnnr v.L.no.
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man had bravely porformed his duty
and was wounded In tho arm, the
worst was In hi. 'ri.aro.1 it. ... ....
an account of the engagement with
sucn sinccro despondency that Capt.
Itoblllaril almost called him n iIokaM.
er and coward. If 'ho did not exactly
do so, It was only opt of considera
tion for hs host! hut he gave him to
understand It nlalnlv ennmrh Thn
he proved to us (n tho dop tone of
scorn that thq affair woulf) have tak-
j.. ....mi u uiiiurcni luru nid nis own
cor.ps been thflre.
Diitnlily listened to blm with rapt
attention, whltn n..n ah..hi. ..i.i
... ., .....,y ,.VW. .lUIIWII ami
suffered from his bleeding wound.
nooui which no one concerned him
Milf sa.vo artrudo. Tho next day ho
had n fever which obliged him Jo
keep hi bed, nnd for several weeks
ho no longer appeared at qur meals.
Surprised, I asked myself how this
fellow, who nt onco. gaye mo the Im
pression of an egregious braggart,
came to nartlclnataln our mm in nmi
JJme. Dutallly explained the matter
to me, not without a certain excite
Karly In the morning she had had
a pretty, dangorous fall on tho smooth
ICO that Covered the Itntilnvnrit lnlo.
sonlcre. Hoblllard, who happened to
uo passing ai me time, hart brought
her to tho nearest anothecarv'a.nhnn
and then accompanied her homo;, and,
out. ol gratitude, sho had thought she
must Invite her gallant rescuer to
This explanation pacified me, and
I hoped to be soon rid of th hero.
Hut tho man was no blockhead. Ho
told how he had a share In a largo
colliery, which obliged him to travel
all over Kurope, and most affably en
tertained us wjtrj his traveling. rem
iniscences. The war' had, as he said,
broueht hliu linel: to .1'nrln nii'il "h.i
would talo care of theso' Prussians!"
The heroic deeds he recounted to us tor.'
besides lielntr k'ttacUeii with n fn'rVlMn
it cold; sp'pmcir.leAlioJfpmpIetcly'.'siip-:-proi6ed
by ,tbo. prdxlmliy of tlilsTbig
it. man; Whp spafcd'hlpt 'neither the
I mrslr tin titMfisin M t kntrtt isniiiful
glances, nor he mbsf Invidious com
parisons,' ' - '
IlrTchaut, twhb as Corporal In, the
Mobil Guard, '.r)t the Seine, was sta
tioned nt 8t. Dqnls, Md his duty as a
soldlorcqnscl'entlnuslj', as lip tjld ev
crythlrfg, jn fact, b'u't,'wllliout nny en
thusiasm, and secretly- wished thin
endlcsTstcge to the Jlevll which so
long pqitponcd fils hnjiplness. In such
a frame' pf 'mind he often allowed
himself to crltlclso. tho operations of
the besieged troops with bitter words,
and this criticism repeatedly .angered
II. Dutallly. who was n'fanatlc follow.
or of .German Trochu.
It happened that nt that tlmo Tho
Temps published a serlos of articles,
In which the author set forth tho mili
tary operations of thq provincial
troops after his somewhat sanguine
Imagination, and without really know..
Ing them himself. Dutallly, who had
taken theso hypothesis In .oarnost,
pored over his yar map, marked thj
Places Indicated by the.' strategist of
ine. Temps, followed anxiously theso
vhlmorlcal marches ahd counter
marches, and In a short tlmo told us
nf ImtlApttint ttlAirtvlni. I. n.l ......
... ... i,.. ,n,, ii.iiiiicd iii ntivauuu.
The Incredulous. Ilrlchnut vonturcil a
timid opposlllon. Dtitallly grow nnjry,
hrlslled'iip, nnd Intervened Just nt tho
Vlnllt tlmo to avert k aiinrrrl! ntlll'nt
the bottom of his soul;' tho employer,
.itovo an, counwconsolo himself' for
tho battles which Ms employee would
not permit him to win".
Tho. appearance or a new tahlo com
panion made tho situation moro com-
nllcated. To tnv ncitnnlahtn.'.t.l wknh
latn one ovenliigI.found In my plactr,
In tho Mf-iif nr n.i... .T..'..ih.. ' ::'
.- ..n.. v., "jv. ijuiiiiiij, nil un
known Individual. ". Iitr Min.n.l uhn,,J,l.
crud fell'6w. On a-fantstlc unlformr
wnicn mim novo como from the ruli-
1)1 dll Closet Of SOIlln thnntrn. tin mm
i captain ji opaulots, whlld Immenso
ravairy uoots adomed' hs legs..
"M. noblllard," said M. Dutallly.
when(ho Introduced us to each other
"Captain of tho corps of tho lost chil
dren of Courbe'tolo."
During thliv tlmo tho Captain began
tcTcotirt Oerlfiido asslduously."and tho
dotnohhor-ot th'o parents was nowise
calciilhtrsl lb discourage him. Mllo.
Oerlnido hltd'reJ eyes now from weep
Ing.and onb Hay" a niiarrol took place
hetwrfen her; nnd her motheV,' who
grow, nioro and moro cnthulastlc over
Now I tllought tho time had ;comc
for mo to Jhltrvcno for .tho noor rhll.
On No YCar'a day. Dutallly receiv
ed' US 'With (Minn n.ml, .l l..ii..U .
-.- -j.,... ,... Hl..(, HK14 yuKIHIII
eotihtenanco for thu stfaieglst ot tho
""i J"- urinianiiy aeicntod
Prlrico r'rwlerlck Charles In tho neigh.
ho.rhodri of Evreux. after ho had en
ti...i ki. ii.- . ,.
nt.ru nun int-ro uy a snam retreat.
Analolo broueht iih nn ii v. v..u
present n-hare. which he imri rmirhi
In a Snfiro on Ihn riimnFtiwt l.l.n.i ..r
ou imn, and the captain handed
MmO. Ulltalllf .1 tart.. ,...... 1. .
candled macaroons In a Prustlnn hem-
"My frlolids," .said I," Ihon speaking
In ilrn, "I nlso IjtVu little Now
oars aurprlso In rcsorvo; It hdq not
arrived J-ct,. but. If you IIko,'-oi.
tako our scats' at tho ttl.lo meanwhile.
wlthoUt waiting' for, U.' '
This DroiXIKltlon irhl" a.UA ....
. " ' -T ---fi'tt.. iiiiu
nil of Us alp Willi a;vojy good ippo-
1 1.. . "v. " u jug naa
been killed Ih celebration of Now
ear'a ,tluy,. ,
CorTefc Iitul, Jtlst been served and' wo
were lighting bUr cigars, when a' ser
vant lnrorniitil it ii.it .. -..m t
.. i .V i" ""","" '""'leryman
had iiiaced mji presonl In tho drawing
room; Wn, wnnl n.n,i, ,!....
tho said objeci, wrapped In bluo paiior.
on tho table. .' s '
"Wh'dt dan that be?" n&l.i ir,,A -r...
tallly? ,. , ""
"Do not lako tho ualim in ?;.. ...
(Icar'tdd1; said 1. "lilii .s"m ..' '
"A 1 shall?"-'' .
"Dutalllv linu uiw,m1 (l.......
--.-,- - -; .j..,yo uairuns
Cd tO HID thrt Wluh In iwt..l I.''''
-- r- ... - u iunnuns a HIn
ttlne" shell, nnd at idy fe'(l'ticst niy
lrlehd rinlaml n.. i,.i. j--'1 :
ir, has sent It here."
With theso words I unwrapped tho
papej, and there, before tho pyqH' of
tho nslnnlshcil oimimnr n. ,;..;
black, threatenlnK nnd sinister, the
"Truly." snld Dutrtllly. nsroe.ibly
surprised, "that has long been a wish
of mine. will have a clock for niy
bed room made out of It." '
"Hut, dour mol" said Mm. Tiutr.ni,.
uneasily, ','what It -It should oxplpdoT,"
ii. mini yoiirffir! . itniand jimnila.
ed. mo ralthfnly to havo -It uniojdod
beforehand; moreover, here's hliit.
Thcriwlth I opfinod a'. Icttor which
had loli) beside 1ic shell, and was
about o read It aloud, but, as my eye
glanced over thn'first lines, rri' face
must certainly havo expressed ajgns
of uneasiness, for nil cried out In
chorus; "Heavens! What's the mat
ter with you?"
"My Clod! I have but hear for
And I read;
"Dear Friend: I send vnn tint de
sired shell, which, unfortunately, I
have not been able to have unloaded,
as I promised, owing to thcro blng
no artilleryman here who under
stands the work, I.et lt.be taken to
the cilnsmlth In thn Pnnnnffft dn TOti-
Its, who Is very expert ot this sort
df business. Hut, nboyc all, be very:
jVMrcfui; the loinl.Jr,, thn, least accl
'nw.ay; especially as. It Js tho kind
known among iiis-mijltary men no'pqV
dccdl I havo krifjjyrij'.srji! of- th(
Hind to'' burst 'wtiqit apprmt
to let'thls young rrtnp carry the shell
cause "1 . '
A simultaneous cry, of terror cut
dent, can cnuso'nncxpioslon. In
mc short. '. '
"Hut, for' heaven's sake, do take
that dreadful th'lnr awnv!" rrled
Mmc. Dutlily. "A bombshell In my
drawing-room!" she added, wringing
her hands. "Oh. that's something
"My God!" 1 murmured, stretch
ing out my hand toward the sholl.
"Don't touch It!" snld Dutalllv.
hoarsely, with a supplicating gesture.
"Peace. peal:o: calm vourselvesli
The artilleryman who brought ft
will also carry It away."
"Mercy on us!" snld thn nervntiL
who stood by rjuaklng, "tho artillery-'
ninh has already gone.
This Information gave rlso to fresh
"Then." said I. "I will" .
"I forbid VOU tn.dn thntl" nxelnttn.
Dutnllly. vehomentlv. "Ynn h'nven't
iio mrcngm to carry tne icavy tning
io.wip passage uq )'Uporn at q stretch.
iirniui-.i, yuu migni ici 11 drop, on inn
stairs or In he anteroom."
"No, not you!" walled Mmq. Du
tallly, clinging to me desnnrntelv!.
"that would bo tqo dangorous not
"No, no," added Dutallly, "thnt'n
Ik --, a .... .
um uumr 01 n soia er or a sironr
soldier, Fortunately our Cantaln is
I?" said the Captain, startlntr
and recoiling a step or two.
Verjpiniy you. ou, are as strong
ns a giant. .and as If created for such
things. You play with cannon bnlls
like a little child with a rubber'
"Pardon, pardon!" stammered the
Cantaln.- turnlne nale. "hut n
shell nMoaded pct-cusston Bhcll-r-tho
devil! Can,'t you then wait until
tomorrow to hao, It removed?"
"Until tomorrow!" shrieked Mm..
Putally, with a.horrlrted shriek. ';!
...n..i.i.'. ..'... L .r '-l. . 1 . .
nuuiuu 1 r,un an pyo an.nigni long;
Then t shnll go to the hotel!"
Now, Anatoja simke upi , .
"Itemaln auletlv at homt. niminm-
I will take the shell nwny myself."
"Are you crazv. mv dear fniintu v
said Dutally, sslslng hlni by tho
arm. ,"'ou, with your (wounded arm
do yoji wish pcfchnhtc to blow up
1110 nqusci'- k .
'Indeed," said I. "that la nothlne
for a sick man." 1
"Nor do." enntlnnrd Tlntnlllt- "II
Is as I'sald tho Captain must tako
care orilt: I have confidence In him
only. Bo' go ahead, Captain, take tho
monstrous thing away, and let us
breathe freely once more."
uie captain made a face, ns thmich
ho had swallowed n rnnfiit nf rail.
still, hq was pot tho man to lose his
self-possession on account of such a
"Yes, to ,bo sur.e," he salil, smiling,
"that falls upon me ns my peculiar
rlghL You Interrupted me Just now,
I was about to say It was dangerous
cusalo'n shell. Tho ground Is slip
pery onq false slop, would be suffi
cient tb kill n doicn people In tho
street. It would ho' better to remove
tho thing In n carriage." '
"Y?s but," piit In Dutallly. "It
will bo difficult I" Bet n carrlago nt
this moment, as they arc almost ail
engaged hy thq ambulances."
"Pardon me," said tho Captain,
"donernl Kchmitz. who left nm nt
your .houso, Is dining nt IlrehanfH,
nnd tils carrliiKo waits tor me at thq
uoor oi ino resiaurant. I win request
him to lend It in m t rim nn Intl.
mnte friend of his. and he Is always
delighted to do mo a favor. 1 will
lie back In a few minutes, a Quarter
of an hour, at the most "
'He quick!" cried Mme. Dutalllv.
still shaklnc from head In font. "I
shall be frightened to death mcan-whlle!'
I fly. mv dear madnm." snld thn
Captain, hastily taking his cap and
clpnk and bounding down tho stairs
!ini iiinrveiuus acuvuy.
The greatest agitation continued
to reign Iii the drawing room. Mme,
Dutallly wavered between the dcnlrq
to lle'e nnd the wish to watch over
me simplest tiling would nave
been." remnrl:ml 'Attnlmn "In tinvit
allowed mo to carry It away."
lie Bllent." said Dutallly, surpris
ed at the vounr msnV rnurfiirn: "It
ll better for the Cantaln to tnke enro
Ah. mnn dleu!" hIhIipi! Mine Du
tallly, "If lir only doin'l ninl.H u
wait for htm an eternity!"
1011 can count upon that, my
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Everybody to mnljo money by planting-
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Box 102 Llhuc, Koual. 4190-tf
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and Is the result of bin effort In
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Houso and lot; house furnished nt
unfurnished, T rooms, four el'osetiv
electric lights nnd gas,. on main,
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At Once Young man to canvnss. Ad
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Collie pups, fiom pedigreed ftocK.
Price from to to 120; fomalo MO.
Horner's Ilnnch. 4K0-U
A No. 1 Whlto Leghorn rooster.
1941 South King St. 4i;
Tho whereabouts of .Mr. Thomas
Huggy arc wanted. Please address
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Clean wiping ran at the Bulletin of.
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Position by expert bookkeeper and
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Now nnd thoroughly furnished linu
In Mnnoa Is for rent for one or two
years. Address "11.," Bulletin of
Furnished G-room and 2-room cot
tages, Inqulro No. 8 Cottngo
Furnished cottage, near Wnlklkl fvir-
rncks. Apply 1713 Bench Itoad.
Kxpert Japanese milker desires sit
uation. Address "J.," Ilullctln.
dear lady," said 1,, laughing from tin
winuow, to wnicn 1 had stepped.
ivnat uo you mean?"
That he Will keen vnn wnltlni-
crover; for, It I am not very much
mlstnkcn, lie will never come back."
"What, he won't come back?" said
the good woman, with a convulsive
"How so?" asked Dutalllv. nn.
proachlng me on tiptoe, ns If fearful
01 snaitins mo noor. "It's a bad time
to Joke, my friend!"
Oh, I'm not Joklne In thn tnt!"
I made .haste to renlv; "nn thn ,nn.
trary.t was novcr moro earnest In
"I don't .understand," murmured
my host. "Please cxnlnln vtmrseir."
"That's easy ennni-h tn ,fn " uni.i
I. smiling at tho worthy man'a per-
piexcuriooK. -on reaching tho street
your doughty Captaln'Woed to thn
left nnd struck out at n great pace,
as If running a ace i'
"Well, why sliotiidh,t ho?" brdko
In Mmc. -Dutallly,. "H6 knows that
wo arc In a pcrlldus situation nnd
llablo fo be blown. Into atoms nt any
moment! The nulcker hn ran -,-
back tho better "for us.
"Hut, my dear Dutalllv. in nninr 1..
reach Hrebaii't by tho most dlrnrt
Two furnished rooms. Apply .kits.
D. McConncll. 1223 Emma St.
Large front room, nlso 2-room cot
tngo. 729 King St. 4198-tt
Largo furnished rooms.
732 Klnnu St.
Housekeeping rooms nt 15C3 Nuuanu
Ave. 4 207-1 w
Clenn furnished rooms for working
men; 1 week up. Apply 1280 Kort.
One or two rooms, with or without
hoard. .Apply "It., this office.
Between K. O. Mall & Son nnd post
office, nole for ,$50 drawn by T.
Tushlro In favor, of W. O. Chal-
mors. Pnymciit hn's been stopped;
JG reward Mr return of same lo
this oftlce. 4207-3t
On road to Pall, fox tcrrlor, black
spot on oye and (Jar, Answers to
name of "Puppy." Reward on re
turn to Art Theater. 4200-tf
Bolt ot Muslin nnd 3 doz. spools nt
thread, between Punchbowl nnd
Knllhl. Howard for return nf sanio
to this olilce. 4209-2t
Gold watch fob and seal with mono
gram J, K. T. Itcward of t for
return of same to this office.
WhtT- WW! XatZ ..-qk 2499 10,,, Kinder .dcaso
(ho right, nnd yet ns I said, ho wont
10 me icit," -
"What does that mean?"
"It moans, my honored friend,
that your Captain, was a thoroughly
dangerous Intriguer nnd knnvo, nnd
that I am glad heartily glad that
I havo exposed tho cowardice of this
cunning braggart by nieans of this
With theso words I seized a pho
tograph album and denlt ll,. hn ..
blow thnjt made It hurst Into n thou
sand chocoltno plcccsi For tho
shell, was mado nf rimmini. -...i
scattored over tub carpet a vcrltablo
unit ot oonuons.
A burst of Inuchtor fniiw,i ti.i.
unexpected explosion. . Evervhndv
wn,s besldo himself with relief and
lor. nnd Mtn nil.tli.. . ..
i. : .. ,-"'' v"fM'x wouiu un
doubtedly .Jiavq fallen upon my .neck
u"'vvi. ouiuuon 01 tnis nnuir,
hadil not discreetly avoided her.
Threb hionths'lnlnr in.ir. 1...1
Mile. Oertrude to the altar.
As for.thlrf ';Capt. noblllard,'' ho
has never been seen nm hini ,.f
ainco that day.
'returp' to Bishop &. Co. 4199-
at the automobiles, baRpiei and car
riages we have recently overhsnled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Co,
King Street near Sooth I
, u 1
Alfred H. Ilhodes. sentenced In fifty
years In prison for killing a native
wb.lle. n aodler In the Philippines) and
suVsequqntiy pardoned, arrived nt his
home hi White Plains, N' V , after
trumping rrom San Francliio.
Fonnor Secretary Lung of the Navy
Department., renlvlnir tn n nifieflzlnn
article, denies to Theodore Hoosovelt
chief credit for the Navy's prepared
nosn In.tho war with Snaln and savs
others did much o( the work.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
Mr. and Mrs.
BPRAIN8, t .
INO, and other
444 KINO 8T.,,
King Street. Ewa of Fisiunarket.
DR.Y GOODS AND' FURNISHING
000DS of EVERY DE- .
'The Finest Bath'intr on the Beach."
Meals At All Hour.
tc. manufactured by tho Bulletin WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
.iDuiu8 vompnny. -w w. u. JJLKOIN, Proprietor, j
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