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BVENINQ DULtETlK. HOOLTTLO, T.H., WEDNESDAY, APR. 14, 1009
Jnpancso male and female help sup-
piled promptly or any work. 1128
union bi.; mono o. izsii-'iuv
D'i.cCphUan2n24 tesZre1 m,;
4-t p. m. 4 imma square.
A LOT IN
(Adjoining1 College Hills)
No advance in price. No clearing
to be done oil ready for. building.
TRICES RANGE FROM
$800 to $1500
PER I0T, ACCORDING TO ABEA
Bishop Trust Co, Ltd;
NO. D24 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12G0 Fort St. Phone 488.
Mr. and Mrs
INO, and othei
444 KINO 8T,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE EATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0AUU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residence
and offices at 2flo per
hundred in 10-lb. lot
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant SL
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips &Co.
Wholesale Importers arid Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY O.OODB.
FORT and QL'ICN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
503 S. BEBETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
. Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order, Boiler work
ana" HIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty.- Particular, at
tention paid to JOB WORE, and' re
pairs ezeouted at shortest notice.
AND OTHHll PIANOS.'
THAVER P, IANO C J ,
168 HOTEL STREbTT.
Ji) Phone tl8.
Woven Wire Mnttrt. HUt t
tl Sr , HonXmXDed
Co., 1250 Alapal St
T?S BJS KRanibcr and Tinsmith,
8mlth'8t..botf Hot! and Pauahl?
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne. Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
' ' .
Way Stations 3: IE a. m.. '3:20 p. m.
for i-eari uity, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 .i. a., 9:15 a. m.,
11:05 'n. m.. 2!l5 n m.. s?n n m
;5:16 p. m., 9;30 p. ni., tll:t)0 p. m!
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Walanao 8:36 a. m.,
..E:31 p. m. -
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and' Pearl City J7M6 a. rn., 8:3fl
a. m., -iuiss n. m., 'imo p. m., 4:3l
P m., B:3l p. m.. 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
'8:36 a. m. and 'Ssai p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tickets hon.
nred), leaves Honolulu oveTy Sunday
at 8:22 a. ra.; rotumlng. arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The. Limited
stops only at Pesrl City and Walanae
O P. DENISON. F. O. SMITH.
Your machine will be rraAv tnr
you when we lay it will be. We
don't experiment on antos; m nmlr
Von Hamm -Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
YOU CANNOT FIND A MORE DE-
LiUHTFUL PLACE ONTHIS
St Clair Bidfjood,,Manager.
Pau, Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO Dmi.
At Your Grooer'i.
Solar Heaters. 30 to 100 eallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks. 5 eallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Kangc closets and-seats suitable for
nte'in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Plumbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
You Want Electrio Wiring Done oi
Private Telephone' Installed, or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block. ' Phone 315,
Always on Hand. Young 'Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.
King Street Market. Tel. 28
YOUNC TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and toil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
. FACTORY at Iwileij TeL- 430. "
C0PYRlCHT.19Q6.BY HAtlPEK A BROTHERS
o, no, Mninscilu Mime. I'll co
'long1, too, for so you don' change your
mlnV I shy. An I stan' out.ldo her
'door till she pass me do wholo works.
" 'Don't forget de little Bbocs, I say,
an' dnt's how It come."
"And you paid $300 for It I" Nocia
said, aghast, The Canadian shrugged.
"Only for do good heart of Mario
B6urgctto I pay wnn t'ousan'," said
be. "I mnk seven bondrcd dollar clean
"It wns very nlco of both of you, but
-I can't wusrl It. I've never seen a
dress like It except In pictures, and I
couldn't" She saw his faco fall arid
"I'll wear It once anyhow, Poleon,
Just 'for you. Go nwny quick now and
,Iet mo put It on."
"Dat'B good," be nodded as ho moved
away. "I bet you mak' dose dance ball
Women look Ink sucker."
No man may understand the girl's
feelings an she s,et about clothing her-
She hciltaltil modrstlv when $he $nu !
self In her first flue dress. Time and
ngnln she had 'studied pictures from
the "outside" showing women arrayed
In the nowost styles and bad closed
ber eyes to fancy herself dressed In'i
Poleon's eye had been amazingly cor
rect, for the gown nttcd ber neatly
save nt the waist, which was even
more than an Inch too large notwith
standing th fact that she had never
worn such a corset a thejvell formed
Marie Uougcrie-'vrts.ncctiitomcd to.
' She pondered long nnd tiesltatod
modestly-when sbe"sa1wUts''low cut.
Which' bxposed Jier',nDtIt,a'na; shoulders
In' a' tdtfllly.'uniccustompd' manner, for
It "strhcucras'hmazlnsly 'indecent
until sue BCurrtea through1 ncr magn
thies Dgalh'uhd'sawttbnt'ltrl construe
lion, as Colnpnred iwlih others, was
moJt.conscrvhttve.Hfcvc'h so' sbo shrunk
&' t sight of herself beloV the line of
inburn.'for sbo vas Hngtd about llko
a blue wlnRed.'tcni;tho'lomnrcnllon
being ttloro pronouflccd bbcausc of tho
hafural' whlteuess 'bf her skin. She
sat down.'-dresi and all. In tho thick
softness 6f "a great brown bearskin
jmd thou'gbi'It over. rf
'n6w"odd'lt wbh, now that she con
sidered it. (hat sbo needed no aid with
these nllen garments; that -she knew
Instinctively their ovcry feature: that
tbcro was no Intricacy to cnuso her
more than an Instant's trouble.
She was Interrupted In ber reverie
by the pnsslrig of n shadow across her
window nnd tho stamp of n man's feet
on tho planks nl the door. Of courso
It was' Poleon. who had conio back to
seo her. So sho roso hastily, gave one
quick glance at the mirror above, her
washstand, choosing tho sldo that dis
torted her Imago tho least, and, hear
ing blm still stamping, perfunctorily
"Como in! I'll bo right out."
Sbo kicked tho train Into place be
hind ber, looping the Bhawl cnrelesbly
nbout her In a wny to veil her modesty
effectively. Sho crossed proudly to the
leading (able to give blm a fair view
of her splendor and wax In the mid
dla of tho room beforo sbo looked up.
Taken nback, she uttered a llttlo stran
gled cry a,nd mado a quick movement
of "retreat, only a cheek' herself nnd
BtifndHlth her chin hll In the nlr,
wbUe wave after' wave' of color'swept
"flrcafiovelydovor ejaculated Hur
rcll fervently, sta'rlhg'at hen'
"Oh,' I J thought 'you were Poleon.
Ho"- 1H' siilto lit 'Iiefaclf she glanced
town"rd her room ak If to lite. Sho
writhed at tho utter absurdity of her
appearance nnd know tho lieutenant
must bo laughing nt ber. Hut flight
would only mnko It worse. Ilurrcll,
however, was not laughing.
"I was looking for your father," bo
snld. wondering If this glorious thing
could be the quaint half breed girl of
yesterday. There 'n as nothing of thu
natlvu about her now, fur her llthu
young figure was ilraun up to Its
height, nnd her bend, uikjii whkh tho
lpnK ..bin el; Jralds wcro culled, ya
kV v yl'
t'lUied'TJuTlc 115 n Tiauiflity "JioHeT '51h!
had flung her bands out to grasp thu
(able edgn behind her. forgetful of her
shawl, which drooped traitorously and
shotted such rounded'llnes as her or
dinary dress' scarce hinted at. Thti
Was no Indian maid, tb6 soldier vowed.
Kd bloodut the purest could pulio In
such veins; no spirit savo the hlgbctt
could flash lri such eyes as these. A
Jealous rancor Irked him at the
thought of this beauty Intended for
the Frenchman's eyes.
"Can't you show yourself to mo as
well as to Poleon?" ho said,
"Certainly notl" sbo declared. "Ho
bought tbN dresi fur me, itud I put It
on to plcaso blui. After ho (Tees It I
will take it off, nnd"-
'"Dou't-dbn't take It eff-over." said
Burrcll. "I thought ybi were beauti
ful before because of your quolntnew
and simplicity, but now" bli chest
, swelled "why, this Is a breath from
home. You're llkrf my sister nnd the
girls back In Kentucky, only more
"Am It' sbo cried eagerly. "Am I
like other girls? Do I really look as it
I'd always worn clothes llko these?"
"Born to them," snld lie.
Her warmth nnd unaffected frank
ness suffused hlfn ns sbo stood, out,
turning to sboW the beauties of her
gown, her brown hands fluttering
tremulously ns she talked.
"It's my flrst'party Urcss, you know,
and I'm ns proud of'lt'h's Molly Ii of
her rubber boots. It's too' big In here
and too small right 'then.'. That gtrl
Inust have bad a bad Cheat. Hut oth
erwise It fits me as If It had been
mado for me, docsu't It? And tho
shoes aren't tbey the dearest things?
Sec!" Sho held her skirts back, Low
ing her two feat sldo by side', ' her
dainty ankles slim and shapely in their
"They don't wear as well ns mocca
sins." Both laughed delightedly till ho
broke in impulsively: "
"Oh, girl,1 don't you know how beau
tiful you nro?"
"Of courso I'do," sho crled, imitating
his change of voice, thcu'added naive-
J ly, "That'a why 1 bate toitako it off." .
J "Whero did you learn to wear things
like that?" ho questioned. "Where did
you get that well, that nlr?"
"It seems to mo I've Always 'knonn.
There's nothing strange about It. The
buttons nnd the books and the cycnVo
all where they belong. It's Instinct, I
suppose, from'fnther'a sldo." "
"Probably, 1 daro say I should 'un
derstand the mcirlmnliln of n dress
suit, even If I'd never seen one," said
tho man, 'nmused, yet impressed by
ber argument.- - ,
"I've nlwnys had visions of women
dressed In this kind of clothing, white
Women. ncer unlives, not dressed llko
this exactly, but In dainty, soft thlugs,
not at all like tho ones I wear. seem
to have n memory, although It's bnrdly,
thnt cither; It'ri rnoro llko a dream, ns
If I were somelHidy else, rather Bays
it is from rending too much."
"A memory bf 'what?"
"It's too nguo and tautnllr.lng to tell
what It is. except that 1 should be
"ilerridy? Why that?"
"I'll show you. Sec." She slipped her
hand Inside the shawl nnd drew from
her breast a thin gold chain on which
was strung a band ring, "It was
grandmother's. That's where I got tho
fancy fo'r the name of Merrldy, I sup
pose." "May I look?"
"Of course. 'But I daren't take It off.
I haven't had It off-my neck since I
was n baby' She held It out for him'
to cxnmlne, nud, although It brought
his bead- close to hers, thero was no
I race of coquetry In tbo invllntlou. He
read tho Inscription., "From D.'m to
Merrldy," but bad no realization of
what it meant, for be gtlmpttcd the
milk white flesh almost at his lips nnd
felt her breath stirring his hair, while
tho dellcntC'Rccnt of ber person seem-'
ed to loose' ovcry strong emotion in
blm. Sho was so dainty nnd yet so
virile, so innocent and yet so wise, so
cold nnd yet so pulsating.
"It Is very pretty," ho said Inane.
At tho look in Ills eyes ns he raised
bis bead her own uldoned, nnd sho
withdrew from blm ImiKTccptlhly, dis
missing hi in Willi ii mero Inflection.
"I wish you would rend Poleon here.
It's time bo saw hrs present."
Ah Ilurrell walked out Into tho nlr ho
shut his Jaws grimly and muttered:
"nold tight, young man. She's not
your kind she's not your kind."
Inside tbo store ho found Dorct and
tho trader In conversation with n man
ho bad not met before, n ragged non
descript whctnu OMrulls wcru blue nnd
faded nud patched, particularly on, tho
front of (he legs nbovo tho knees,
where u shovel liamllo wears baldest;
whoso coat was of yellow inncttluaw,
the sleeves worn thin below tho el
bows, where they had rubbed ngalust
bis legs In his work. As tbo soldier"
entered tho man turned on htm a
small, shrewd, weather beaten faco
with ono eye wlillo ho went on talking
"It ain't nnthlu' to git excited over,
hut It's wuth follerln. If I wasn't so
cussed unlucky I'd know tbcro was n
pay streak' som'ero closo by."
"Your luck s bound to chango, Lee,'",
snld tbo trader, who helped him to roll
"Melilie so. TilidTi the dressmaker?"
He Jerked Ids bushy head toward Bur
roll, who had stopped at tho front
door wlthr Poleon to examine some j el
low grains In n folded paper.
"He's the boss soldier."
"Purty, nln't he?"
"If you nln't good bo'll get you,"
said Gnle, n trifle cynically, nt which
The one eyed man snorted derisive
ly. "It nln't wuth constderln'l"
"Why not?" Insisted Onto guardedly.
"Maybo I've got n record. You don't
"If you have, don't tell me nothln'
about It," hnsllly ohsened Lee. "I'm n
flod fearln' citizen myself, lennln' ever
toward pence nnd quietudes, but what's
partt Is dead nnd gone, nnd I'd hate to
see n llwpln' child llko that blue and
yellcr party try to reczureck It."
"He's got the American nrmy to
back him up, nt least flvo of them."
"I'lvc agin n hundred. He nlms to
overawe us, don't ho?" snickered the
unregenernlo Lee, but his wrlriklcs
changed and deepened ns be leaned
across the counter confidentially.
'Ion sny the word, John, nnd I'll
take some feller along to help nle, and
we'll transfer this military post."
"Pshaw! I'm Just supposing," said
"All right, it's up to you. How
ever, If I happen to leap down on this
pay streak before It sees mo comln'
I'm goln' to put my friends in first
nnd foremost nnd shut out these dress
makers complete. Ho longP
Having glvtn Nccla's messngo to Po
leon, tho nontenant took up his busi
ness with tho trader. It concerned the
purchase of certain supplies that had
been omitted from the inllltnry outfit,
and when this was concluded bo re
ferred to tho encounter of thnt morn
ing. "I don't want you to think I bunglo
everything In thnt manner," ho snld,
"for I don't. -I want to wot Is with
you, nud I want to bo friends with
"I'm willing," said Gnlc.
"Nobody dislikes plnjlng policeman
more than I do, btt It's n part of my
"Oh, tI thought you icerc Volcon. tic"
duty, and I'll bnvo to do it," continued
the young man.
"I reckon you simply aim to keep
peace, eh? You nln't looking for no
body In particular?"
"Of courio not-outsldo of certain
notorious criminals who lmvo escaped
Justice nud worked north."
"Then there are a few that you want,
"Yes, certain old timers. Tho offi
cers nt every lost iayo descriptions of
a few such, and If they show up wo
will take them In and hold them till
courts nro established."
"If you've got their nainos nnd de
scriptions nicbbo I could help you,"
snld tho trader carelessly.
"Thim'c you. I'll bring up tho list,
nrd' we'll go over It together. You
must have been here a good wlillo.
"About ten years."
"Then Miss Nocln was born out In
(ale shot a startled glance at tbo
loldler before bo answered In tho at-
llrir.atlto, but Ilurrcll was studying n
patt Mil of sunlight on tbo floor and
did not observe him. A moment Inter
ho Inquired hesltiitliigly:
"Is this your first marriage, Mr.
finle?" When tho other did not an
swer he looked up nnd quickly added:
"I beg your pardon, sir. What led
me td aslc was MUs Xccla. Sbo is no
well, sho Is such n'renlnrkable girl."
ditto's face hud undergone a change,
but lm nnswered quietly:
"I nln't never been married."
".When I took Alluna It wasn't tho
style, and neither ono of us has
thought much about It since."
"Oh, I M'o," exclaimed Ilurrell hur
riedly. "I'll bring that list with mo tho
first lime I think about It.'' Ami, nod
ding iiiiilably. ho H.iutifeied out. But
his mind w:ih In n whirl, nnd even
after bo bnd reached his quarters bo
found himself repeating:
"Tho other wns bad enough. Poor
little girl' Poor Utile girl!"
Gille likewise left the store nnd went
Into his bouse, tbo odd look still strong
In bis ejes, to find Necla posing In her
new regnlh for Poleon's benefit. At
sight of her be fell into n strange nnd
unexpected limner mid to their amaze
ment commanded ber roughly to take
the things off Ills voice and minucr
were hnish and nt utter vnrl.ince with
any mood ho had ever displayed be
(To Be Continued)
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mnilinir, 50 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office,
'Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Caeh Day. No Ad-
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Everybody to make money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants.
Box 102 Llhuc, Kauai. ilDP-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. POSITION WANTED
I'lrst-elnps stenographer nnd office
mnn desires pultluii, excellent ref
erences Address II-10, - Bulle
tin oflltp U'SI-.lt
Gold watch and fob, on Alexander
St. nenr Wilder Ave. 1'lndcr call
nt this offlco nnd recelvo reward.
Pnssbixjlc No. S30I. Kinder kindly
return to Bishop & Co. Sax lugs Ue
Uidy's silver watch, fob attached,
photo In case. Owner tan get pto
perty nt this olllro by paying for
Commodities arc increasing
in price without a propor
tionate increase in wage
earning force. Economy
must be practiced or bank
ruptcy will come. The place
to begin is the kitchen.
in your stove. Renew youth
by shutting off hard work
nnd worry over household
expenses. We have a lot of
information that is yours
for an intimation that you
ore interested in domestio
Honolulu Gas Co.,
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
A Sign thero wag that met tho
Thnt Sign wns "Paint";
And every moitnl that passed
Sinner and Snltit,
Put out n finger, touched tho
And onward sped.
And, ns ho wiped nwny tho
"It IS!" ho snld.
Fresh paint is always in
teresting. The trouble is that
few paints retain their fresh
ness and beauty for long.
There is one paint that docs
mndc by W. P. FULLER
CO. nnd sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
, , t
the Best Whiskey on the Market.
rilOS. F. McTIGIIE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
i PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
I Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertitements Inserted for Let. Than
Beading Standard inolori cle; t,.l
cylinder C-ll P , protlrally new;
In fine running condition. Inqulrn
Bulletin ofllce. 4283-tt
Shooting gallery, No. it Hotel St.,
near Xutianu. inquire of owner
or 1'. II. Ilurnctte, .Merchant St.
Pedigreed English bulldog, brlndlo
tolor. Inquire nt Ilccltley's, Wal
Nowlj furnished rooms close In; elec
tric light nnd running water In
each room. No. 73 So. Bcrctanla
Neatly furnished, mosqulto-proof,
room, with board. Tel. 1333; Nos.
74!-.'i0, Bcrctiinla St. 4272-lt
Two furnished rcoms. 1071A Llko-
llko St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
I). McConnell, 1223 llnniia St.
Nice airy rooms nt lfiC3 Nuunnu
RUAL KST.Ti: nXCIIANOC. LTD.
Wo havo over 100 lots fur Fnlo In nil
parts of tbo city, Improved and
unimproved, business sites,
rcsldcnco idles mid farming
sites, for prices runglng fiom
SSU to $30,000: (omo for cash
Bales, soiiio for Installment
sales and bomo for exchange.
Wc haxo over CO homos for snlc", locat
ed In cery rcsldcnco rcctlon
of tho city, nnd suburbs; nil
comfortable, sumo decant, on
various terms; somo for spot
cash, bomo on installment pay
ments, somo for exchange, and
somo for part cash and part
uiortgngo on easy terms,
Wo can nrrango to build houses on tho
liihlullment plan on lots pur
chased from us by ronponslblo
Wo havo a number of good exchange
Wo rent houses and may I.cat'i
Wo havo eight or Icn prospective buy
ers on our lists nt present;
perhaps you hnvo Just the
placo that would suit ouo of
them. Como nnd sea us.
REAL ESTATH KXCHANOE, LTD.
A. V, OHAIt, .Manager.
MAGOON I WEAVER
188 MERCHANT STREET
Real Properly. Law and Land
1 Title Registration
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NOtfANU ST.
SMT-"For Sale" card, at Dulletln.
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