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EVEN'INO nUIXETW, ItONOLtJMC.T. II., SATURDAY, AUCL 21," 190,9.,., ,
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when lio saw It. So did tlio horso
trader. At nny rato th'o 'details arc
Interesting dope. Marcalllno called on
a "hack" friend, who had n horso for
snle. Ho guaranteed him to ho In
tho ttordg of the Immortal llnnmi
"sound and kind and stand without
hltehln4 " but lie didn't Include In ilmt
animal's hlbtnry tho fact that lio did
hurdlo JutupH In tho course of IiIm
t tt it tt ti tt it it ti t: it it it tt tt tt tt:: :: tt tt tt tt :t tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
. ......... , .,.-,- ----
T. M Church, manager of tho titer- he might refuse, to tell jou, bo hero ordinary tracI. t
. ' iinnu I I IIUU&lllU dUIIUO H -- MIIU I1IUI1U U
heon due principally to tho untimely
nf I'iofcor W. P. II. Weldon. who hid
I m !o tnlten to write tho section on the " rs
Ci mtaceit, now n'jlr completed by hli AUCTION SALE OF GOVERNMENT
pupil Mr. tooffriy Smith. This ted- ' 'v
umu adtii to tho high value nf lti pre
(lotccEcra end the ict provide In n
rlinmllse donariment of Alexander ti
Hal Jr. In. lolls u good one on lllll
Walker, when the latter was In Chica
go rtomo time ago.
It nppeara that Hilly tt.m scheduled
to tnrt for the I'aeltle Cciatt to rait h
u vessel for Honolulu, after complet
ing hl lilnerao on the niulnlnnd, hut
from some unttiionii i canon he i cached
tho union station n moment late Ilia
Intl end or the train was pulling out.
Hlllv ai exasperated. lie win
ready to start for homo and he did
not want to ho delated. In fact ho
must not be held up It wasn t his fault
ir hit friends Insisted on that last
Sooich and .
In breathless nnxlet he rushed up
to tho ticket window.
Look here ' I mint get to San
rranclpco. double null It' I am seen
tary to the Oovertinr of Hawaii, and
1 have Important papers that mint lio
carried to him without nn hour's delay.
Tho train has Just pulled out, hut I
nmh catch It. What can ou do for
Tho ticket agent scratched his head
Ho was a good fellow, and he had
hcon private secretary to the ptusl
dent of tho road once Hero was an
Important official with ti lot of plllkl.i
the Ooternor of ll:iwall' Secretary!
A bright Idea struck tho ticket
agent, and he awoko to sudden action.
. Otcr the counter ho sprang, grasped
the nttuulshcd Walker by tin coat
"Hun ntiil got Into ti call and dash
for Colllugnood station. I will hntu
tho operator hold tho train for ou
out thcro Hustle for It will take (He
minutes of hard diltlng."
nilly tried in ONploslo language to
thank his benefactor, but the ticket
seller fahly pushed him Into the cab,
gao sonto meteoric directions to the
driver and tns off
Ami tho astonishing part nf the
story is that they acluall held the
Oterlnml Limited Train 5 minutes for
William Walker, prh.ito sicretary to
tho Governor of Hawaii. N'n hatni
done, for Hilly didn't say which Gov
ernor and ho caught tho boat at 1'ils-
If you know I'rank .1. Hare, post
office Inspector, ntk him about his
mule rido on Maul. Hut then after all.
I,, it,., ,.,. f 1,1. .mil.,., m n J.' ptoudly took her "out for a first ride
Austin nUciut nssumltiK tlio duties of hMn ll' lnt Purchase, and ho bo
hoatmnxti .- nt that nolut Austin was " tcy rockliiK-JIg. a lomblnallvn
bum rnlnlnc rubber trees, but he ston- f a kallgerou walk and n hula. Iilld
H..t Inner ,.22.214.171.124, tn stretch hltilsolfl "John, dear, where In Hie world did of III
LOTS AND REMNANTS IN THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONO
LULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
' tcnconthlo compnss nnd handy form
A u Stnndurd Natrn.il History not only
for thn lonehi'l- nn.t l.t ll.tnnl b It nf
...... ,..- ... n . ... ...,,. ....... ..... rniininnt 1.-...1.1.. - i,,inr.,i f,.- n.n ...,. On Monday. August 30. 1909, at
T iq rp on ug extracts rrom mo i ii-i ne i up ui uio worm, mil van ii-n - i "" '"""'",. ., , '' ., ,,,',
.. ... ....:. . . ..... '.i... ..- ....,..,....-... i.rrl tuniliip uihn itra rn. Irii.livurlhv 1 2 O dock llOan. Ot tllO frOIlt Cti
uier AiiiKazine, oriug cun."ij n.ttviu- hh mu iiiwrntiiwi ytivtn ,.-, ..u,v-i---- ---- , ,...,, ,i,.m,,i ...in
I .. ...... ......... I . . . ... ., ..,..... .. .. .. .- .. ,., - mrflfMlMlfntl .,!, tarn nr, nil liinn, .am ..T llillKU Ul M1U ..II..IU. JU..lllh,
J. was mcr at Nahlk.t lately. -rK Bomeiu.ng .iko ...is v,uen no cr two excremo nimtnnms 01 tuo u.e- . ,. au e, .r u e wo, , ,,,B , ... -...-. - ; ....... . ? "-,. ,. . ,, ..,,. .,,. fll,lliw.
airtcui piarwttgni worm: ineso ui" mi oksuiu, nu niunru, iii r ..,......,.. - u.,,., i n
rmtiii linnm null ltm.iirlk iiisen. That tho KtT.itotl scenic imliiter In Amor- ""'ho -Maninills.
the lirllllaiijiy sotiild philoMiphy of nnu Icn. Hli 'Hulllo In thu All' It p-olnbly
the lncoiiHeniieiitl.il u no iliuaiim . tho most wonderful tlilifi ever pro-
o other me both fast In the hearts lrlute.il In Hits line. iy Imp-irtant work fiction tmHy
und say he guossed ho could do Undo 1 3""' ""V l"t lrct.s horso?" Hut nov.
Inn .(Internment lots, sltunto In lio
nultitti. City and County of Ilnmiltt-
Tour tint of five wrllers of successful '" to"'"f "' imwnn
Sam's work nn 1 attend to the gum
Hut that does not Include the mule.
Tinnspoitatlon facilities In that coun
try are rather scarce at times, nnd
win u I line drifted III and nsked for
u horso It was a horse on him, or
lather a mule for that wns the only
kind of an animal available.
You know .Mr. Hare has rather long
Ugs nnd he Is quite dignified as most
guurninciil otllclulH are, so jou can
Imagine huw he looked on that poor
little ttklim) white mule. He has not
told ct how much earth ho tore up
etiroute to Nahlku, but liu did have
another experience. In tho sharp turn
of a mail he suddenly met a friend I
our on n vacation (name withheld,
for business teasons) on a big white
charger dashing along at a princely,
1'or n moment they gazed at each
other in amazement. Hare astrldo of
the mule with his feet Kicking terra
llrma, and his friend hanging tight to
the spirited horse. It Is a debatable
question as to which was the most
er mind John believes In the course of
tlmo he can train that liorho It) a de
cent, rcspectnhla gait.
Aug. 21: Kams vs. St. Louis.
Aug. 28: l'unahou vs.
Aug. 22: J. A. C. vi. U. S. M.
Aug. 22: C. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 21: II. C. (U vs. Maul.
Aug. 21: Championship
, Sept. C: Medal. .
STANDING AUGUST 15.
ecotvi'd their lialnlng on
of the' people of two continents clinch- ( I consider to bo my fairy tales, tiol my , wspapero, l;ew, hnwuvor, Iittvo had
c the aiuument Mini iilf hiuo.a use In 'plays. Iho Wizard" wim wiltlo't as h " wide or varied Journalistic, oxiorl-
the worldf an orgument Hometlmos chlld'n nook time yearn before It 'ai.ncn n Jncqitet Iulrelle, thp engaging
doubted by tho cynic. Mint on nn u play. M lahy tlurlpa arn "uinor or i.iustvu iBimnl. Hero is ti
a rnillcnl ilepatlurc front thu old lea.l- pamai hsi m uio papers which nnvo
Detroit C2 40
amused, but It Is nn undisputed fact i Philadelphia C2 40
as to how funny the 1. O. Inspector i Boston HI 44
looked, especially when the mule went .Cleveland S3 B0
on a stilke, nnd had Trank J. not been New York 48 63
so near the ground I might not havo Chicago IS S3
been able to tell this tnle. Hut then ' St. Louis 44 S."
it's all In a life time. Washington 30 73
I NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Speaking of mules. Mnkes me think I
of John Marcalllno's "Jumping horse." Pittsburg
Oh, hasn't ho told jou about Chicago .
that jet? Well I guess tho New York
genial clerk of Judge Whit-'Cincinnati
r.ej 's court won't object, especially as Philadelphia 43
ho brought mo to the office on record St. Louis 40
tlmo Iho other day notwithstanding Urooklyn 3C
the "original'' gait of his lately nc-, Boston 26
quired beast. It was like this. John
got tired of street-cars, and ilccldsil
to take unto himself and family a
horse and buggy, 5lls intentions wero
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
V'o'i 1 1st.
San Francisco S7
Los Angeles 71
"Of till the poclB of our time, Ibsen Is
tho ono most loncorned for the spirit
ual In sexual lire. Phslo!ogy, in line
Instance, only enters Into the chain of
ennsos nnd effects wlikh determine)
the actions of his clinr.ictets. In thu
life of M women especial!, In ice
ocnlzes tho fact that tlio range of their
thoughts and their reelings extends
beotid the world of mating ami thu
mat ernal Instinct. Ills louccptloti of
womanhood Ih not bounded ny ninter
nlly, nor Is conception of motherhood
limited to phjstcul function und pb
ileal offspring. Khom his Imitated neat
In the vast theatre nf life h has seen
women with an Idoil innihetl fac
ulty, who have never know mother
l.ood; he has uglso seen women ovpils
lely femlnlno hut without u tract! of
uiutherllncss; nor did he fall to see
women whoso essential qualities wero
not femlnlno as such, and who were
t-t 111 far -from sexless. All tlio..e r pe.'
with their manifold gradations were
known to him, nnd he porlrajcd thein
In his works. They form a procession
perfectly bona fide, hut tho other man Portland fiS
saw hlni coming. Now John never Sacramento
pretended to bo n horse expert, hut he Oakland 53
did thiuk he knew a "good thlnu" Vernon 16
"The new oi eras will all be lint on
early in tho season, Thu one (lint I
may say Is practically llnlklied Is "Tho
Pipes o' Pan.' Paul Tietjens Is writ
ing tile score for Mils, nnd It Is n tine
C98 ( comic opera. Tletji n did tho music
.490 f,,r lp -wizard of Oz.' ou wl.l lemem
459, her. Tills opera will be presented by
'26 1 tho ShuBerts nt tho I jrle In New
371 York, early In tlio foil 1 am not no
.200 glectlng tho musical comely Idea. An
extravaganza that will gn either by the
I'ct. namo of 'Ozma of Oz' or "1 he. Haiti
,C.r.9, bow's Daughter, will bo put on Iho
..174 flist week In October by Montgomt'ty
.557 and Stono at the Studebikor Theatre
.400' In Chicago. This lo.golns to bo u big
latlon fairy tale about prin tepees and
pt luces, nnd uo on. Hut tlicto Is not
one transplanted Idea either In the Oz
herles or nn of my f.iliy Imoltj. Of
the twenty-two books I havo written.
fle, counting the one I tun working on
now, aro Oz liuo'ts. Tli.il tun which
will roan be finished vell he c tiled
Tho Houl to Oz.' I will write one
more next j oar.itnil that will cow tlio
cetles of tho cl'ionleles of Oz, Tho
bulk of these books liavi been wiltten
light heiu in Coior.ado, nnd me so
k'gned, mi ou no Coronadi) comes In
for :i little fame In ennui (Hon Willi
them I hai turned out inure 1 n in
CoronmUi Mian nny other writer. In
fact, I nut ollcu called u California
writer. .My hooks havo been trantliilc.!
Into almost etery language, Including
Japanese, und In my travels nbinad I
have fouii I them cherished by children
from Kgypt, In Nubia on tlio edgu of
darkest Afilca, to the Intel lor of Iho
Philippines ntiil a friend said lie paw-
one in a hoiue In Hongkong, China.
Tho children tile nil fi lends of 'The
(Miigirhread Mill,' 'John Dough.' The
Ilunsry Tiger,' ,Tho Cowardly Lion.
'Dorothy.' Tho Seno Cniv.' .Tlktok'
mil iho '.Ml?chlcous Mlrkoti,' and nil
my queer eop!e and I am filcnd or
been enlivened by Mr. Tuticllo's wit
und his unnsml poweis of observation:
Atlanta, Jntirnnt, 'llonion Past,- Now
Yirk Journal, New York Herald, At
Imt.t Journal ngiln, Illchmnml Leader,
Iloslon Amerlcin, It wus while he
wns working cm Hie lloston Ameilcan
that he wrote Tho Thinking Mai blue
nloiles, by which, ki to speak, ho wns
. inked Into fiction
Tho new nut el by Mist Gertrude
Atlicrtiiu will not appear until next
tpijng. It was nt first hoped Ilia tit
would be possible to publMi the book
in the fall lint this has been found In
ho ImpasMhlo. The Impression Hut
Mrs. Alheiliin hid (hohcn for her
theme tlio llfo of n .toting American
singer nbroad was nlso an error. In
stead, tho hook dc lis with thn upior
cliclea of tlio opcintlc nnd iliptomitlc
HE WAS REAL MEAN.
Macniltlnu Co announces Hie com
plellon of lit IV tclunie In the Cam
brldgo Nuliiiul History, dmllir: with
Ciustacea, Tillobltes, Aiachnldi and
King Ciaps; 12ur iitcrlila; Scorpions.
Miles. Tlcka. ttc: Tnrdlgi.i: I'enlasto-
ml.l.i and I'ciiogonlda und wlioeter v,crr n 1'iunette."
Ilkis tlieo etldentl absorbing but to
the lay uiliiii haz branches of the ani
mal world wilt dutihtlcsa find the work
monumentnl for tho lerlci In widely
known. TIiIb voluiuu, although tho
fom Hi In proper ordir. Is thu last of
the ten volutins which now comideto
Miss Goldll!g'-"Heie'fl your ring. I
hate decided that I can never bo tour
wife, hi tip) cngagiment Is off and l!
shall expect you to ii-turii ever)Milm;
.ton may linvn In your posM'Sslon that
belongs to me." j
Mr. Hamlin -"All I have Is n lock or
our hair nnd :t photo, I don't run
1. Lot on west corner of Mntina-
l.cu nnd Pmiahl streets.
2. Iit on Smljh street, between
lleretiinla nnd Pauuhl streets.
.'I. Lot on Hcietnnln sheet, he
tween Mniinnkcn and Klvcr strectn.
4. Lot off lleretiinla nnd Itlvcr
5. Lot on Vine) mil sttcct, Kwn
of College Walk.
li. Lot on South street, poll Inn
of Keiosene Wniehouso lot.
7. Lot on South street, old Gar
bagu Stable lot.
S. Lot at Iwilel, old Imndry lot.
!). Wniakn lots, Kumolllill.
10. Lot on School Btreet, cwa of
11. (internment remnant near
the east coiner of .Sponter nnd Ala
pa! streets. '
Till! Information ns regnids men,
mill upset prices ma) he obtained at
the nine of the Superintendent of
Teima cash. United Slates i.old
Hxpinsc of Patent Grant mid
Stamp to bo paid by pmchuicr.
Supciliilitideut of Public Winks.
Department of Public Wcuks, July
21, I sua.
I 7 July 21; Aug. II, 21, 2S
FORCE OF HABIT
In inward of faithful pollllnil rer
vlcc nnd mublllous Halooii l.eiqier
was appointed police mnglstialc.
"What's the i biirire uu'ilust tbltl
pose )ou caio alijlhlng for the photi.,' ,a?" ,e liiqnlied whin the Hist
but IJieJnrl. of Inlr .ton will no doiibl (!ise was c.illpl.
want in preserto an n loutenlr" ( "Drunk, )er lioiloi.
.uin iiiiiiuus;- ,h u soutetilr or i cninn. -
Wllill?' TI... ,.,. ,n.l..
said tile po-
Mr. Ilninllii "Of Iho tlmo when im
.399, thing scenlcally, something on the "'e Important work commenced sonih
,354 oider of Dully undAustlu's big hit, eexleen eaiB ago. Tlio delay has; see,
frot'!it;d upon thn liembtliig defend
ant. "(Itllllv nc tllll fr,illlv9" l,n .In.
MASCULINE OPINION Uan.led.
Ills Wife "I ordered n bathing "Sure, sir," faltcicd thte nrciiieil.
suit )eslerdny and It has Just ar-"l never ill Ink n drop."
iltctl. Do )ou want to see It?" "Havo u cigar, then" urged his
Her Husband "No, I guess not. honor persuasively, as hu absently
If It Is nn thing like the one oil polished thu top of the Judicial desk-
had Inst season there Isn't iiyuh to with his pocket handkerchief..
A COLLECTION OF REMARKABLE VETERINARY
DISCOVERIES COVERING A PERIOD OF OVER
Their easy application and the
genuine results they produce has
maintained for them the largest sale
cmontr veterinary medicines on the
world's markets. Thousands of tes
timonials. FARMERS', RANCHERS' AND
PLANTATION ASSORTED CASES.
STOCKED BY LEADING AG
ENTS. STORES AND DRUGGISTS
NO EXPENSE HAS BEEN OR
WILL BE SPARED IN MAKING
THESE PREPARATIONS THE
MOST EFFECTIVE IN THE
WOrLD AND THE DOCTOR IN.
VITES CORRESPONDENCE FROM
STOCK OWNERS SO THAT HE CAN
MAKE THEM WISE TO THEIR
EACH REMEDY IS PUT UP IN
$1.00 WORTH PACKAGES.
Three lemcdies have been in use
here for HO vears, and every one
sneaks well of them.
This Blister is a combination of
the most valuable blisterinR agents
known to tciencc. It is not a sur
face blister only, but one which pen
etrates deep down into the seat of
trouble, dissolving any bony or cal
lous substances which are not re
auirtd by a healty condition.
City 'Phone "361
There are two kinds, Colic Drench
and Dry Colic Drench,
The former is used when there is
violent and continued pain.
The latter is used when there is
cnlv occasional pain.
The fame of these Drenches runs
over half the world.
A SPLENDID REMEDY FOR KID
NEY, S.KIN, AND BLOOD DISEASES.
A BEAUTIFUL BLOOD COOLER
AND PURIFIER. CAN BE USED AT
ANY TIME TO GIVE YOUR ANI
MAL INCREASED VIGOR AND EN
ERGY. AND SHOULD BE REGULARLY
USED TO SUSTAIN HEALTH IN A
Used internally for all Lung,
Chest and Throat Complaints, along
with the Electric Oil, applied to
For all inflamatory Fevers. Given
in the drinkinfr water and feed when
treating; Lung Complaints, Inucza,
Enteric Fever, Founder, etc., etc.
This medicine reduces the Fever
without reducing the strength of
GIVEN IN THE FEED THEY DIS.
SOLVE THE WORMS. FOLLOWED
UP BY OUR CONDITION POWDERS,
THEY PUT YOUR ANIMAL IN
RATTLING HEALTH AND CONDI
TI0N. Condition Powders
GIVE NEW LIFE AND VIGOR
AND OFTEN PREVENT THREAT
EKED DISEASE. REPUTED TO BE
THE BEST AIL ROUND CONDITION
POWDERS IN THE WORLD.
Physic Balls, Bot Balls
If there is one remedy more than
another that is' handy to keep al
ways on y6ur place, it is these Balls
and a Balling Gun.
In Bots, Founder, Constipation and
a hundred other complaints, they
A strong and effective stimulant
in all cases of weakness, loss of ap
petite and stomach complants, for
both horse and cattle.
Cattle Blood Powders Black Douglas Oil
A FINE CLEANSER AFTER
CALVING. A SURE CURE IN
H0VEW A HANDY REMEDY
WHEN COWS ARE' OFF THEIR
RELIEVES.' INFLAMMATION OF
STOMACH OR UDDER IMMEDI
ATELY. Urine Powders
A Kidney and Urine regulator. A
valuable remedy to keep on the place
t .? ,
'THE GREATEST EXTERNAL IN.
FLAMATION, FEVER AND HEAT
REDUCER IN MAN AND ANIMAL
THE MOST VIOLENT SPRAIN
AND STRAINS IMMEDIATELY RE
LIEVED. FOUNDER. KIDNEY TROUBLES.
AND ALL FORMS OF LAMENESS
GIVEWAY TO ITS ACTION. IT
DOES NOT BLISTER.
THE BEST LOCALLY KNOWN
AND SUCCESSFUL REMEDY FOR
RHEUMATISM IN MAN.
A valuable rcinedv for Cows' Ud
ders, Lumps and enlargements on
nny part or the Dody.
Purely an antisceptio disinfectant
Healing Oil. A rapid healer in old
Founder Dret I
Given internally nile you use
the Electric Oil externally. It pro
vides one -of the speediest perma
nent remedies for Founder known.
THIS LINAMENT IS CONSIDER.
ED THE BEST ALROUND LIHI.
MENT TN THE COUNTRY. IT
BLISTERS A LITTLE AFTER RE
IH OLD CASES OF SHOULDER,
HIP. STIFLE AND TENDON LAME
NESS. IT HAS NEVER BEEN
KNOWN TO FAIL WHERE IT IS
POSSIBLE TO CURE.
For all Inflamatory Ailments of
the Eyes, whether from injury or in
ternal derangement, the daily use of
one of my Ointments is a safe nnd
For reducing Hard Swellings, for
healing Old Sotcs, for curing per
sistent cases of Grease no matter
whee situated. It would be hatd to
misplace this remedy on any exter
White 0!n ment
This is fcr Cooling nnd Healing.
Can 1)C used on nnv external alter
tion in mnn or bcatt. and do good.
Should nhvajs be used nfter Blister
ing. Hoof Ointmeut
Contains no Oil, A 3utc remedy
for unhealthy Feet, Ranker, etc., etc.
If applied and regulatly used it
will kten the foot healthy and coo'
in any climate.
Residence 'Phone 1189
Union and Hotel Streets
Ihlii i'Viii ir r - i m iirrtfurir
4, t'V ifr il"l
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