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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUIL C, 1909.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY REPAIRINQ.
Japanese male and female help sup- Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
piled promptly for any work. 1128 the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Union St.; l'hono C79. 4239-ltn Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
,. .636. ' 3945-lf
OSTEOPATHY. mnm.n :
Dr. Schumann Hours 8-0 a. m.; Yee Sine KcePlumber and Tinsmith,
4-C p. m. 224 Emma Square. Smith St., hot. Hotel and Pauahi.
House For Rent
An opportunity of scouring
a large six-bedroom house,
thoroughly modern and in
pood condition. Fine location
i nnd view.
! i . We only nsk $30 per month,
f K&U3fiL rTIrrfii
Bishop Trust, Co. Ltd.
NO. 024 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOE THE
12GQ Fort St. Phone 488.
Mr. and Mrs
ING, and other
444 klNQ ST.,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU,
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0AHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lot
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Al. Phillips &;Cp
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
EUROPEAN, AND ,
AMERICAN CRY GOODS
FORT and CUtX.N STB.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
583 S. BERETANIA.8T.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every i capacity and de
scription mado to order.- Boil tf, work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK..andjre
pairs executed at shortest notice,
ainu uuiisu runua.
'THAVEn PIANO C P t
166 HOTEL HTflKKT.
Phone tl8. v
ivTitTrriiii inn iwnwnmnaiwman
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
All. tho finest. Society 'sta
tionery in perfectly finished
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St., near P. O.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations : IB a. m., 3:20 p. m.
Kor Tearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations t7:S0 a. rn., 9:16 a. m.,
11:05 a. m, 2:16 p. in.. 320 p. xn..
6:16 p. m., 9:S p. m., tll:o p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:16 a. m. and
"6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Walanae 8:36 a. m.,
.6:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Fearl City $7:46 a. m., 8:3tJ
s,'m.', 10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:31
p m., 5:S1 p. m., SO p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a, m. and 5:31 p. m.
t Ex, Sunday.
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The Halelws Llmltod, a two-bour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at lUtlO p. ra. The Llmltod
stops only at Fearl City and Walanae.
rt P. TJKNinON. V, 0. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
vou whenrwa say it will, be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von. Hammv Young
Co., Ltd. , ,
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity, Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz-
4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets. and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations'. Sheet
Metal W. brk' and Plum,bing,Es1timatci,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD. ,
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltf),
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, cllmatio'and soil con
ditions, i i
OFFICE Brewer Building, Honoi
lulu; Tel. 272.
FAOTORY at Iwilei; TeL 430.
BY BUFFALO BILL
F ROM "TRUE TA1B8 OF TUE PLAINS
COPYTUOXT. U08. BY Vf ILUArt T. CODY
HAVE often been asked for sto
ries about the "bad men" of tLe,
west in tnc eany days, l am go
ing to tell now of my first "run In"
with the worst klndof "white bcu that
then Infested the frontier. These Were
horse thieves. And horso stealing In
those dnys was a crime that camo
close 'In ranking with cold blooded
Onco I wanted n grizzly bear skin, or,
rather, one of my sisters wanted It for
a rug. I had promised as soon as I
should bavo time to get bcr one, for
even In those times a big grizzly could
not bo shot lu one's dooryard. It meant
n long trip through the hills and more
than a little danger,
After shooting a bear nnd skinning
him I started back, but tho going was
bad. I)y sunset I saw 1 couldn't hope
to get back to camp that night. So I
looked about for n, good, sheltered spot
to camp. Just then my horse whin
:nlcd. till call was answered from a
hollow Just behind the creek. bed along
which I was riding. I dismounted,
fastoned him and, rifle In hand, went
on to Investigate.
There, hidden In a little gulch, wero
bout twenty horses. They weren't
guarded.' Looking around In tho dusk,
'i saw n dugout about a hundred yards
up the hill. Lights appeared through
.the cracks. I clambered up. to learn
'who was there.
I knocked nt the blanket door. Tho
voices I had heard as I climbed the
slope were hushed all at once. Then I
'beard a half dozen sharp clicks. That
meant the cocking of rifles or revolv
ers. I began to wonder what company
1 1 had stumbled Into.' Before I could
'more back sotuo one called:
j "Who's tberei"
"A frlcud nud a white man," 1 re
plied. The door opened, and a big, ugly
looking fellow stepped forth nnd said:
I accepted the Invltntlon with some
degree of fenr and hesitation, which 1
endeavored to conceal, its 1 thought It
was too late to buck out nnd that It
would never do to v.enUeii at that
point, whether, thoy wen- friends or
foes. Upon viilerlug I In- ilusout. my
ejeq fell npoii elglTt nit rough und vll
laluous looking men as I ever saw
tu my life. Two of tbcui I Instantly
recognized ns teaunters who had been
driving lu Lew Simpson's train a few
, mouths before nnd had been dis
charged. They were charged with the murder
ing and robbing of n ranchman, nnd,
having stolen his horses, It was sup
poHcd that they had left the country.
1 gave them no signs of recognition,
however, deeming It advisable to let
them remain In Ignorauce ah to who
I was. It was a hard crowd, nnd 1
concluded the sooner 1 could get away
from them the better It would be for
me. I felt confident that they wero a
band ot borsq thieves.
"Wbero are"" you going, kid, and
who's with you?" 'asked one of the
men, who appeared to bo the leader of
"1 am entirely alono. I left' Horse
shoo Station this morning for a bear
hunt, and. not finding any bears, I
had determined to camp out for the
night and watt till morning," said I,
"and Just as 1 was going into caoip a
few hundred yards down the creek I
heard one ot your, horses, whinnying,
and then I camo to your camp."
"Wbcro's your horso?" demanded the'
"1 left him down at the creek," I an
swered. They proposed going after the horso,
bnt I thought that would never do, as
It would !euc mo without any means
of escape, nnd 1 accordingly said In
hopes' to throw tbem off the track,
"Captain, I'll leave my gun hero nnd
go down and get my horso and come
back and stay all night."
Hut my clever Utte game did not
wprk at all, as ono of the desperadoes
spoko up and said:
"Jim and 1 will go down with you
nfec your horse, and you can leave
your gun here" all the same, as you'll
pot need It,"
"All-right," 1 replied, for I could
certainly h'avo done' nothing else.
"Conic along,""sald ono of tbem, nnd
together wo went down tho creek nnd
soon came to tho spot where my horso
was tied. One of tho men unhitched
tho animal and said, "I'll lead the
"Very well," said I. "I've got'a cou.
pie of sage hens hero. Lead on,"
I picked up the sage hens which I
had, killed a few, hours before nnd
follow od the, man who was. leading the
horse, whlla his companion brought
up the rear. The ucarer wo approach
ed the dugout the more I dreaded the
Idea of going back among the villain
ous cutthroats. My first plan of es
cape having failed, I new determined
upon another. I had both of my re
volvers with me, tho thieves not hav
ing thought It necessary to search me.
It was now-qullo dark, nnd 1 purpose
ly dropped ono of tho sago hens nnd
asked the man behind me to" pick It up.
While be was hunting for It on the
ground I quickly pulled out cue of my
Colt's revolvers and struck him a
tremendous blow on the back ot the
bead, knocking blm senseless to the
ground'. T'tlicn lns"tanTi3"w"Tiecicd
around nnd saw that tho man ahead,
who was only a few feet Mlitant, bad
heard the blqvr nod had turned to sec
what was the matter, his hand upon
his rovolvcr. Wo 'faced each other at
about the same Instant, but before be
could fire,-as he tried to do, I shot him
dead In his tracks. Then, Jumping on
my horse, I rode down the creek as
fast as possible, through the darkness
and. over' the rough ground nnd rocks,
Tho other outlaws In the dugout
having heard the shot which I had
fired, knew-i there was trouble, and
they alt came rushing down tho creek.
"I that Mm dead n his traclis."
I. suppose by the tlmo they reached
the man whom I had kuocked down.
that be bad recovered and hurriedly
.told them of what bad happened
They did not stay with the nun, whom
I had shot, Hut came on in hot pursuit
of me. They were not mounted nnd
were making better time down the
rough mountain than 1 was.
At last they camo so ncar'ibat I saw
that I must abandon my horse. I
Jumped to tho ground and gavo him a
hard slap with the butt of one of my
revolvers, which started hlmon down
the valley, while I scrambled up tho
mountain side. I bad not ascended
more than forty feet when I. heard my
pursuers coralug closer and closer. I
quickly hid behind n largo plno tree,
and In a fow moments they ,oll rushed
by me, being led on by the rattling
footsteps of my horso, which they
heard ahead, of them. Soon they bo
Can firing In the direction of the horso.
as tbey no doubt supposed ,1 was seat
ed on his back. As soon ns they had
passed me I climbed farther up the
steep mountain, and, knowing that I
had. given them tho slip and feeling
certain I could keep out of their -way,
I 'at once struck out for Uorscaboe
Station, which was twenty-five miles
distant. I had very bard traveling at
first, but upon reaching lower and bet
ter ground, I made good headway!
walking nil night and getting Into the
station Just before daylight, footsore,
weary nn'd generally played, out
1 Immediately waked up tho men of
tho station nnd told, them of my ad
venture. Slado himself happened to
be there, and be at once organized n
party to go out In pursuit ot the horse
Wo had a brisk rldo and arrived In
the Immediate vicinity of the thieves
rendezvous nt about 10 o'clock in the
morning. Wo npproacbed the -dugout
cautiously, but upon getting In close
proximity to It wo' could discover no
horses lu sight No one was Inside,
and the general appearance of every;
thing , Indicated Uiat tbo place had
been ili'ttrtcd; that the birds bnd flown.
Such' Indeed proved to be the case.
Among ono of my earliest atqualn't
ances was a young man, older than
myself, who wus destlued to becomo
famed In frontier history, wbllo at tho
same time legendary gosslpTins caused
bis career to bt somewhat raltunder
stood owing to Its vnrled character,
This was James I), Illckok, who,al
though his namo was James, will live
In song nnd story ns "Wild, Bill."
While probably no man In rwestrn
history had so many notches on his
gun. It may be said that no man re
corded them of tencr In defending right
enforcing law and dealing Justice,
In our early youth we were associ
ated In many nd ventures op the plains
In Indian warfare, wagon, trailing,
hunting and trapping, and wo hap
pened to be on tho same side of the
fence when the civil war between tho
north nnd tho south left tho plains al
most alone to the red man,
''.W.IM lllll" soon boennia one, of tho
most noted, men lu tho confidence of
tho Onion generals In tho extreme
iouhyve3t Uq was a, .magnificent
ii vr . s
specimen of manhood nnd oue of
tho most deadly shots with, rifle or
pistol that ever Ilicd. In his en
thusiasm as a Union spy bo made a
detour nround, down Into Texas and
back,to southwest Missouri and Jollied
tho Tcxans under an assumed name
nnd accepted sen Ice as n Confederate
cpy, consequently glrlnuf himself tho
double danger of npy's'fate. There
fore by this means he became of tin
meuso service to the Union forces.
lr many months he was confiden
tial secret sen Ice ngent for the Con
federate forces under Ucncral Prlco In
nn Invasion 'Of "Kansas, nnd In ono bat
tle while nmong their ndranco guard
ho saw n maneuver of which he
thought the Union general should be
Informed. Ho therefore mado n dash
from tho rebel to the opposing lines
Ills action was so sudden that tin
southerners thought his horse had be
come unruly. 'J,'he audacity ot his
movements did not d.iwti on them foi
a few moments, when, with yells, a
Bquad took up hot pursuit Doth or.
mles watched lu breathless suspense;
but nhvnjs famed for picking superior
mounts, he quickly distanced all sate
one, who followed close up behind him,
firing several shots which whistled
close to his car. Just when Illckok's
borso was compelled to vault n small
creek ho turned In his saddle nnd with
his unerring aim dropped tho gallant
pursuer from his horse nud rode safe
ly Into the Union Hues. Here ho de
livered bis Information to General
Flcasonton, which turned tho tide of
Probably the most noted event In hit
career was his single handed fight
with Jacob McCandlcs and his gang
of nine men at Hock Creek, western
Kansas, while riding p6ny express In
1801. This was bis first great light
while covering his route, armed only
with two Colt revolvers. Ho halted
at Hock Creek Station to find the
stock tender dead and his wife excited
by his presence. As bo approached
"My heavens, Dill, McCandlcs and
bis gang nrc In tho neighborhood, or
were this morning!"
This gang ot bandits had been lay
ing a trap for Illckok to get htm out
of the way. Hushing to the door to re
mount nnd get back, he saw several
beads pop up out of the grass, and a
bullet struck tbe door Jamb. Jumping
back and telling the lady to escape, ho
was fortunate to find a loaded rifle
left by the husband which the Mc
Candlcs gang did not think of, as
they saw that Dill was nrinod only
with six shooters. There were some
raillery and badinage between blm and
McCandles of- a defiant nature when
McCandlcs nnd nine bandits roso and,
wlttr a yell, charged for tbe door.
They depended on taking tbe chanco
of losing some of tbclr men and made
a quick charge. Rill's Instructions
wero to me In such cases. "Will, al
ways get the leader." This he did, as
be fired straight at McCandlcs, the
bullet catching him full In tho heart
and Jhe dropped Instantly. By this
tlmo tbe desperadoes wero close upon
the cnbln. Jumping aside, be emptied
the revolvers through 'the cabin door.
Four men fell dead, besides McCan
dlcs, at this stage of tho game.
Although wounded with buckshot
and bullet and struck over the head
with a rifle that caused blm to bleed
at tho mouth and nose, he still "stayed
wltli 'cm." At this time, as bo told
mo himself, tbe cabin was filled with
smoke, and nnytblng ho struck or bit
waa an enemy, and, la the gloom prob-
"A'lne bantiltt charged fotfht door. '
ably they assisted blm In their" de
struction.. Hut with his .faithful bowlo
knife ho novor faltsrcd until all was
quiet, calm nnd still, for bo had struck
savage blows, following the dovlls up
ono sldo of the' room and down tbe
other mid Into corners, striking and
yelling until ho felt sure that every
ono was down.
Illckok was wounded by threo bul
lets aud eleven buckshot 'and cut In
thirteen places. It was ilx months bo
fore "Wild BUI" fully recovered from
the results ot what was one of the
most thrilling exploits, In border story
ono that Is not created by tho ro
mancer, hut Is well authenticated
that "Wild Ulll" In single handed con
flict killed ten men, men ot tho most
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We havo ovor 100 lots 'for solo In all
parta of tho city, Improved sad
unimproved,' business sites,
residence sites and farmlac
sites, for prices ranging rrosa
$50 to $30,000! eome for cook
sales, some for InsUUmcat
sales and somo for exchange.
We have over 60 homes for sale, locat
ed In evory residence Beetle
of. the city, and suburbs; all
comfortable, 'somo ologant, ea
various terms; some for spot
cash, some On installment pay
ments, some for exchange, and
some for part cash and part
mortgage on easy terms.
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