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VfN6"nUU,OTIN1,&bNbttJtTJ. It., TUESDAY, .SEPT, 275557
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuunnu and 1'uuahl Sts. Call up
phone 097 It you want a cook,
good boy or servants. j
M.' Ueda, Japanese Employment Of
lice. Alapnl St., nenr Heretnnla.
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 14G2 Kinina, 4108-lm
ey tfULLGTIN AU3 PAY -SJ
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
IvVay Stations 'DtlS arm , 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btatlona f7:30 a. ,m., 9:15 a. m
11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 320 p. m.,
6:15 p. m 19:30 p. m., fll'OO p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:16 a. m. and
1:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahmku,
frValalua and Walanae 3:3G a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive in Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City 17:40 a. m., 8:36
a. m., 10:38 a. m., l:40 p. m, 4:31
p, m., 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m. ,
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and S:11 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae
0. P. DENISON. V. 0. flMITH.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIET.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frazier
Shone 371. , 122 King Si
manufactured from pur distilled wa
Ur. , Delivered to any part of olty by
OAHU ICE ANB ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawalo. Telephone 628
A4 All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Hotla
Delivered to residences
and offices at 2So pet
hundrsd in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
13S, Merchant SL
OF ALL KINDS. '
DEALERS IN LUMBEB.
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
lueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOOD.
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
Rotate Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BERETANIA ST.
P. H. .BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California rvd
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Carriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bad
Co.,, 1250 Alapal BC Telephone
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects. 62
63 Alexander Young Building.
. fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
i Smith St., bet. Hotel and PauahlT
I . . u t
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns arc beautiful in ever;
respect, and "the nrices are within
reach of everyone.
' fc Co.,
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
115 Hotel St.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, lit
nated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lH.it and gas. Alio
Kapiolani Park Jots and Improved
property at Hauala and other prop
Curios, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, eto.
Hotel, near Fort.
Roses, Carnations and other Cut
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR
The Honolulu Florist,
Young Building. Tel. 330.
King Street, Ewa' of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHDIO
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Staneewald Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAR
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
WAH CH0NG CO.
DRY GOODS ANJ), TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new' and
iresn irom tne uoaat.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The most popular
place in town.
The fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
lack Scully. .. . . , Tack Roberts
185 editorial rooms 250' bust
ness office. The aro the ttaphone
pumbera of the Bulletin office.
Novelized From Eugene
Waller's Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
Crrlht, IMS, bjr C. W. Dllllnilum CV
-;; ftnoW you haten't been treated
rUlit, but bml luck anil ups and downs
arc what n woman ought to cxcct
when bc inn trie". Hue hai to take
tlic bad as well ns I lie good, nnd she
ought to know enough to accept the
one ns cheerfully as the other when
the bad Is nobody's fault. That is
"Joe, I marrltd you became I lovtd you."
what I think, and that is what I bare
tried to do. But there are some
She paused, reluctant toicarry her
thoughts further Into words.
"What? Vou may as well say all
you're got to say w Idle .you're about
It," ho snapped. H . $
"It's just this," she went on. "Never
refer to Jltusy in the way you did. 1
married you, Joe. Dense try and
leave unsaid thing that might make
me regret It"
He ventured 'no further remark nnd
lapsed Into bis gloomy reflections.
Emma put her arm around bis neck
aud snuggled ber face against bis.
"Poor old boy I" abe murmured. "That
setback we got today wben we, bad It
all fixed up was enough vto mako ou
feci sore and glum. Never mind; cheer
up. You know what Jlmsy says, 'Hard
luck can give you an awful battle, but
It you're on too square you can band
It a knockout punch some time.' "
It wa uo-use, however. Joe's sulkt
ness bad sunk In; bl temper was vi
cious, deep and Ingrowing, a temper
such as she had never suspected lu
him, arid all bcr petting, all her loving
coaxing, could not wean him from it.
Sho pressed bcr check moro closely to
his and fondled him, but be Jerked
away from her embrace nnd surlily
sought another cbalr.
As ho did so tbo bell rang from
"I'll bet that's Jlmsy now," he mut
tered. Much hurt, but disguising bcr foci
Ings, Kmma hurried Into tbc kitchen
and prexsed the button that opened
the entrance door of the bouse.
Tnimn was a knock, tbo un
latibcd door opened, and James
Bnilth walked In.
-, "Aii) body at home?" he de
"Not n solitary lit Ins soul," Emma
assured lilm. "Come In."
"Hello, Joel You a dead one, too"
ho said. . !
"Almost," replied Brooks, brighten
'Ins up fi llttje In spite of himself un
der the Influence of bis friend's good
nuturod smile nnd cbcerlncs s that pos
Itlwly emanated from hlui. "Just
"Yep. nnd I reckon In about time to
help," he sold, glancing at the crock
ery on tho table.
"Just lu time," . assented Emma,
whoso drooping spirits also began to
'rise under (bo diversion caused by bis
advent,, "But first explain what you
meat by not coming to dinner."
;i couldn't come, really, I tried my
best, but I had to attend to such a lot
of business that couldn't.be put 6ff
liiui j nam uiiuijiu tiw Kvi uvru 111 lliuv.
I hone vou didn't wnlt lone for mi.
'I'm awfully sorry."
"You look It-I don't think," she
scolded. "Go ou; got busy If you're
"All right," be answered, tnklng.up
a small pile of cups nnd saucers very,
gingerly, ""Where do tbeso gor If
jou left It to me, like ns not I'd be.
Plillng a soup .ptata bcblud the door
nnd slip n broom Into the sideboard,"
"They gq rlght'ln here."
' He stopped! un tho way to the side
bo.ird nnd turuvd to Brooks.
"Hecn the latest extra. Joe?" bo In
quired, (Tho Orinoco wasn't hardly
scratched getting out of Itlo Junelro."
!S9 JlQJllt say!" - -
"WrCyscrnpfd over tl.i' bar. She'll
only be n day late now."
"Do be careful with thote cUpf. Jim-
sy," admonished Emma. 'They're
"Don't y&u suppose I know thati"
"1 mean real china," she empha
"All cldna nnd Chinamen look alike
to me. Here's the pnper, Joe. You'll
find alt about the, Orinoco on the In
side page." ,i - '
He drew It from his pocket, and ns
be did so one of the cups balanced on
the saucers slipped off and smnshed to
bits on the carpet.
Now, Jlmsy, you certainly nro going
to get It." commented Joe, rising and
taking the paper extended to him.
Bmlth looked appeallugly' 'at' his
"Jlmsy," she chldtd, assuming an
expression of mock grnvlty, "how
could" you my cry best Sunday go to
meeting china! How could you!"
"Not how could 1-how did I?" be
corrected, stooping and picking up the
pieces. "You know, Emma, Vc hid
butter fingers, cer since I was n little
shaver, and I guess I, always will
have In business and ever; thing else."
"rt hy, how do you mean?"
I've been clumsy nil my life, that's
ill. Everything 1'vo ever bad In my
band tbat wns..vorlb much I to gen
erally )et slip mid fall. Out lu Colo
rado when I was a kid around Lead-
vllle tbey used to. say that 1 sure
would turn out to be a sawed off nnd
hammered down, good for nothing
man. So you seo tho way thins have
turned out. Vo broken about even
with tbat" prophecy."
"How brokcn,evcni;' ,
"Taking their side forthe book, I
win the first bet and lose tbo second.
There ain't uothihg sawed off and
hammered down about, me, I there1"
"I snouid say not," sho ssia, twltb a
merry laugh. "You've been pulled out
Ilk ay piece of toffy,"' v
'-fnen I win, but it was.m doubt
quit ,somo jlm. Never really did
tnrt.to grow until,! was fifteen, and
then I Just eased out Into my present
altitude. But tho second, proposition
that good for nothing bet I guess tbey
"Nonsense, Jlmsy. How can you say
such n thing You're good" for a whole
"Emma." he decja'rrd solemnly,
"there have been moment of financial
stringency w beq tbat declaration seem
ed to be open ,tq doubt."
"Jlmsy, you're an Idiot!" she laugh
ed. "Discovered!" he avowed, bowing
Brooks, who bad been reading the
paper, threw It down angrily.
"D-n him!' be growled.
, "Joe!" exclaimed his wife reproach
fully. "D-n who?" Inquired Bmlth.
"Why, William." ho replied.
"Lots, have done that," said the su
perintendent, "But what' the matter
now. JoeV" " '-' ,J "
"His luck," weut on, brooks. "The
Orinoco .Isn't scraklicd. if any one
else owned a ship and she got Into1;,
muss like that (be, chunres are a bun-,
drcd to one that she'd have foundered
been a complete loss."
That's right." asupiitcd Smith.
"But Wllllams-hu don't lore bcr; lie
"I should think jnu'd lv glad," re
marked Km nm. "KIic'h n brand new
ship. Isu't she"
"No, I'm not glad." lu'ileclarod fu
riously, rislug anil nll,ln about tbe
room. "1'ju Uriel of hl:ii. of his rot
Jen old steiimsiilp line, of nil of It
you hear Of nil of l."
"Joe, please!" sho prulested. "You
','1 Luow you'ic slated nnd boro with
mc longuuouiOi! Here I nm-handllng
all tho money of that line, ain't that
so, Jinny" ,
That's. rUht." admitted tho latter.
"But.wbflt'K.lbe, mutter J"
"Matcr.t; Ikn't It matter enough that
I should J" uil hU for n mean.' miserable-
living I suffer nnd work, nnd
work nnd suffer, fur that nasty, nig
gardly salary iinil this beast, this wild
animal of n Williams, keeps us all
starving j en, starring! Don't 1 de
serve something n .little better) Do
ypUj.knnw what I, pould ,do? SI could
steal thousands, nnd no ono would
over know' It!" , ,
"Joe!" she ejaculated, greatly shock
ed. "Oh, I'm not going to do It; but, with
all this 'responsibility, when I ask for
money I 'don't get It not a dollar. You
do, Jlmsy; you're single and you cau
qlt And (hen WUIUius-what does
be ijo .Come around here to my
wlfo w'tb my mother-In law d-n blm
ami! rubs It, In."
Emma looked at him pleadingly.,
"Joe, you mustn't. Captaln'WIltlams
mean's well, but"
He turned upon her savagely.
"Thai's -It ho means well. lie
meant, well when he was a south Pa
cific, trailer. , Hot meant well .when be
treated his crew like dogs, , He meant
well iw lieu he'd kill a sailor with as
,iuueh thought ns a spider kljls a fly,
un meaiil well "lion ho. cheated ua
les, murdered mVii. smuggled China
men Into this country, "u"' X'ssels
for Insurance. He meant well when
ho tame east. toiii; lit the I.a'tln-Amorl-cau
compiuy nnd put your father out
of business, nnd now uow tbat he
has bis money, his millions maybe, he
means well when he refuses to give
his men a fair share of what they pro
duce. Means well Yes, ho does
"Joo, are you irury)" demanded, hi
wife., alarmed and a little angry at his
'Well, thero'it n w (iiilc, lot of truth
lu wlut,.loo BiijB." put In Bmlth con i
c!latlngly. "You see, Williams did
(start out ns a nptaln of n south I'a
ciac.Jrad.or, luit, Jlkt .most V.f Jbem
THE very first item
on the list of sup
plies'for a camping
party should be: Five
cakes of Ivory Soap.
Use one cake for bath
ing; another for the toi
let; a third to cleanse
underwear and flannels
and the other two to keep
pots, pans and plates free
Atvm iiiiuuiiucos i
99o Per Cent. Pure
fellows, r pirn- ne stole n pood "ileal
moro than ho traded. He l.-d tbe rep
ul4lloh'ori)elnB llie""slrrtncentlnan on
the coast or In the tropics could break
a man's arm with as much case ns
yci'd snap a straw. He's bsrsb, Wil
liams Is harsh! When he cnmc.east
he got control of the Ijitln-Atiierlean.
He loved money, and he got It most
any way he could. Yes, Joe ought to
haio more, that's sure. He ought to
havo more." '
"You know I should," went en
Brooks, somewhat mollified by his
friend' acquiescence and' support and
drawing a bulky pockotbook from tho
Inside pocket of bis waistcoat. "I've
got control of nil the money of the
company. That's my Job. Why, here,
this alono la the afternoon collections.
too late to put In the safe, nearly
$3,000, more than twice a much as 1
get In n year. I could take It nil and
then not be caught or nt least not for
"Why, Joe, I'm surprised!" bis wife
"Of course Joo wouldn't take a cent
that don't belong to him." said Bmlth.
"I know that. Williams docs too. So
I guess he figures him safe nnd don't
roe tbo least bit of use lu pajlng blm
.."But I won't stand It!" Brooks de
clared, waxing wroth again and fling
ing himself In his chair. "Why do you
get raises, Jlmsy You'vo been ad
vanced time and time again."
."Lord, I don't know," he replied. "I
Just tell the old fellow tbat I calcnlato
I'm worth more money. 'Come across
or we separate,' I say, nnd so far he's
"I was so glad to hear of your last
good luck," 'remarked Emma sincerely.
A look of regret came over Hmlth's
"I only wlsb ,Joo bad' got it Instead
of me," be said,
i Brook Jumped to bis feet
"You don't need to wlsb that,
Bmlth." be cried excitedly. "I'm no
object of charity no. I ain't. And
you're .like all tbe rest of tbe capital
istic crowd grind, grlud, grind. We'l,
look out, there's going to be a smasbup
you understand Asmashup. nnd you
all go millionaires, toadies nnd well,
that's all I've got to say."
He Snatched his hat from a hook In
tbe hall and vent out without another
word, slumming, (he front door behind
hlni.sOjbcinlly.tbat the glasses on the
.Kmniii gazed at Bmlth In blank ills,
'l,Viin't, understand Joe." she said,
slinking' her head In worry nnd per-
lllojlt. "He's growing so morose and
' ,'Jf'H. funny, nl't It." obsen rd. Smith
reflect lely. "Jue'B Just rushed out,
tilled up tij the throat Willi uiurchy,
'oclillsm. Kiii.ixliipi iinil nil ilmt stun
ilmost, ready to throw n bomb." -".VoU'en-v!"
ti rbe Continued!);, . f
STBiP LAURELS FR0H"
HEBREWS OF OLD
rehorlsti.Say Jewiih Calendar Hakes
Famous Aged Hen Comparative
ly Young. '
CIJICACO, September 12. The
enr 6670 will begin Wednesday.
Any one who doubts It ntcd only
refer to the Jewish calendar. In
tracing the probable sources hidden
In, the midst of pre-hltorlc times ot
the method of computation under the
Jewish calendar It has been found
that tho first years In the prlmttivo
calendars were composed of five
months of thirty days each. It is
also 'contended that before the five
month year was adopted tho term
year was applied to ono month. This
meant that tho period of tho moon's
2ycla was termed a your.
Advocates of this theory seek to
prove their contention by working
out tne ages or the first men men
tloned In tho Bible. Tito result Is
to sweep his laurels for longevity
from .Methusqlch'g brow. Methusa
lob's Record of 930 years Is cut down
to more seventy-three and three-
fourths by these theorists. Similar
4y Adam's 869 jears of life, calcu
lated nt twenty-nine and one-half
ilnyu, tho exact period of tbo "luna
tion" or common year, work out to
bcenty-flve nnd one-fourth jeurs.
Tho board of trustees of tho Wom
an's Homo Missionary Society uf tho
Methodist Church In Cincinnati. Tho
treasurer's report shows $500,000
rulsed for homo mission work within
tho last ) ear.
Lady, 15 oars' experience expert
accountant, uudltor, bookkeeper,
cashier, tjpourltor, ofllco mana
ger, general office work, wishes
position. What enn jou offer'
Best references (Coast). Bonds.
Address, Incorporated "Accountant,
Evening Bulletin. UTi-iX.
Wanted Competent oookkeeper,
four months only; nut ot town.
Address Alexander ic Baldwin,
Ltd., Milsc. Ucpt, 4120-tt
A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged real
estate security. Address I84G,
A rellnble nnd intelligent drher for
n milk wagon. Address Bond
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
llco. ' "
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotel supplied with
cooks. C. M. Mat zle, 1457 Auld
Lane, Pbne 1SS4,
Large cameo brooch, between I'una
hou and city. Return 1808 I'una
hou. Howard. 442S:it
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by Irtuu of n certnln
Writ ot Execution Issued by Kranl;
Andrade, District Magistrate of Ho
nolulu, on the 13th day ot August,
A. D. 1909, In tho matter ot Daniel
S. K. Bahu, Plaintiff, s. William K.
Luther, Defendant for tie sum ot
fifty-seven GC-100 ($!7.fi6) dollars,
I did, In said Honolulu, City nnd
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, on tho 13th day of Septem
ber, A, D. 1909, levy upon nnd shall
offer and oxposc for salo nnd soil nt
public auction, to tho highest bid
der, at tho City Auction Rooms, Mer
chant street, In said Honolulu, at 12
o'clock noon of Wednesday, tho 13th
day of October, A. D. 1909, all the
right, title and Interest of tho said
William K. Luther, Defendant, In
and to the following real property
unless tho sum ot fifty-seven CC-100
($57.50) dollars, that being the
amount for which snld execution is
sued, together with Interest, costs
and my" fee and expenses nre previ
PROPERTY TO BE SOt-D.
All 'that pleco or parcel ot land
situate nt Honolulu, City nnd Coun
ty of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
being lot four (4) in block "C," ns
shown in n map made by Mr, Wil
cox nnd being n. portion of Apana
ono (1) of Ift C. A. 4034 to R. G.
Dated nt Honolulu, City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, this 13th day ot September,
A. I). 19d9.
Deputy High Sheriff, Ter
ritory of Hnnwll.
4413 Sept. 19, JSTj Oct. 12.
6EARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.E0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN 13.00 A DAY UP
A ni dot Blow hotil. Slisl end
Irlok strsolats. Furnished at a cod si
$150,008. Eisrf oomtert aad continl
snes. On ou lints transferring ts ill
parts of cltj. Omnibus aitt an talis
Now neognixed u Hawaiian
Cable Address "TBAWETS.".
Boston BaW Beans.
Boston Brown .Bread.
Leave orders a, day ahead
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1120 Fort St'.
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 xmo ST.
PHONE 140. V. 0. BOX 75S
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
A few first mortgages on real estatui
12 per cent net; money Invested
on incomo bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
$100 upward. P. E. Strnuch, At-torney-nt-law,
Wnlty Bldg., '74 8.
King St. 4380-tt
rerns Australian nnd other varie
ties; nlso logs, baskets, begonias
and stcphnotls plants, l'or par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, nenr Vienna Bakery
Six II. P. Locomobile engine, with
Actings for launch; cheap. l'or
particulars apply 1CC9 Beach
Furnished front room, 110 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for one person, IS
ber month, at 1S63 Nuunnu St.
Desirable mosquito-proof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donald" New Bungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board, Mrs. F. D.
Wicke, 124C Beretanta Ave.
Small six room cottage; gas; til,
14.1U Young street, nbmu Keen
miiku. Phone 1SCS. 4424 .It
Furnished rooms for housekeeping.
700 Quarry St., cor. Alapnl.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConntll, 1223 Emma St.
Cottnge King Place. Tel. 1087.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that yon don't find every
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath S5.000 00
LunalHo St., corner-
Six rooms and bath, a
beautifnl home 4.000.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bareain . 4.7S0.00
Six rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near Vineyard
Six rooms & bath; right
down tewn 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; five
rooms. Lot 50x120. . 2,500.00
Near Waialae Road; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money.. 1,000.00
ton bi., near school-
Six rooms. Rent $10.00
per month. An invest
ment nan no
Four rooms. Worth
Call in and tee ui. Alw aUA
to show our list.
REAL ESTATE EXGHAWfH! T.TTl
Phone 152. 82 Kine St
Um Hit SI (or uoattortl
" Irritations or murstloo
ot muconi mttobru.
FiIdIho. n4 not utrla.
sum sr Dra(its.'
Circuit Mai oa inssf
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and cold plated work.
KINO, OPP. ALAPAI ST.
VTZItiuEvui Ctiiuie j C!a
VtfissssV nnrtisian n ssssssssssff
aaaV B. as. a. asssssP
5. CENT CIQAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND SUM STREETS,
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