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EVENING nui,I,ETIN,HONOLULtJ, f. H.. VF.D'nSDA.Y,k Snp.I. 29. .'00
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Japanese Employment Association,
Nuunnu and l'auulil Sts. Call up
phone C97 It you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
M. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of-,
llco. Alapal St., near llerotniila.
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 1 IC2 1:111111.1. 4tOS-lm
UULl.llTIN AUS PAY -5
t Oahti Railway
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9MG a. ra , 3:20 p. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17: 30 a. m.. 9:15 a. m,
11:05 a. ra., 2:15 p. ra.. 320 p. tn.,
5:16 p. m., 19:30 h m., tH:00 p. m
For Wahtawa 9:1G u. ra. and
. "6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kataaku,
Walalua and Walanae 8:30 a. m..
..6:31 p. in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City J7:4il a. ,ra., S:3C
a. m., 10:38 a. m, l:40'p. m., 4:3I
V m., SiSl p. m 7:30 p. ra.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wnhlawa
8:3G a. m. and G:J1 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Rutiilay Only.
The Hulelwit Limited, a two hour
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honoliitii ovory Sunday
at 8:22 a. ni.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. in. Tho Limited
stops only at l'enrl City and Walanae
O. P. DKNIBON. K. O. flMtTH.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Ckas. R. Frazier
I'hone 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 620.
At AU Watchdealeri.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts HoboUIb.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART.
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
neen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUf.CN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BEBETANIA IT.
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New York; ROTARY PUBLJC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
leases. Wills, Etc, Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
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Woven. Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
G36 , 3946-tf
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects. 62
C3 Alexander Young Uulldlng.
Yee Sing Kee-Plamber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Is the kind "that will resist wear,
The patterns arc beautiful in every
resscct, and the prices are within
reach of everyone.
. & Co.,
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
j-M3b-vjn itajututc imujtci.j. mv-
natcd at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric liht and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property nt Hauala and other prop-'
Curios, bunl Leis, Calabashes, etc
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 000DS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY. DK-
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stancrewnld Bldg..
'The Finest Bathing on the Beaek."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOARl
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
WAH CHONG CO:
DRY 000DS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - ,H0TEI ST.
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The most popular
place in .town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
lack Scully. Jack .Robert
185 editorial rooms 250 bun
neas office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Novelized From Eugene
Walter's Great Flay
John w. harding
Copyrisbt. 1908. br C. W. Dllllnhim C.
"lie U. ct If Williams had raked
fi tin today $10 a week he would hate
boon a firm hclloter In capital and the
way It works."
She sighed, look a scat opposite to
blin at tho tabic and with great ear
nestness started In td question Mm.
"Jlinsy," she. began, "tell roe honest
ly why doesn't Joe get on?"
"I really don't know," he averred,
"I'm afraid you do," Emma Instated.
"Honest, I don't. l'to been so busy
getting along myself that I haven't
paid much attention to any one else."
Ho pained and gazed up nt tho cell
ing, engrossed In thought.
"You know, Umma," ho went on sud
denly, turning toward her, "this get
ting along business Is a funny game.
Such a lot depends on what a man
means when bo gets along. Home get
along wbcu they have got a lot of
noirey, boiuc when they have n wife
ai A .I homo and li bunch of kids, some
w' .1 they arc nblo to pick pockets
a '1 fool the copprs. Getting along
n il why you do or why you don't de
pends n good deal on where you want
"And you, JlmsyV she questioned.
"Unto yon been getting along"
"Oh, yes, I guess so. I ain't got a
whole lot to kick about; perhaps a lit
tie less, ma bo a llttlo more, than Joe.
Hut tho great Idea Is not to get sore.
Joe's all right. Maybe bo's Just being
prepared for n lM'ttcr lit Ing. When It
comes he'll appreciate It more."
"Somehow 1 don't seem to under
stand him nt I used to," she confessed.
"There's been n change that worries
me that worries mo greatly."
Three sharp rings of the bell puf nn
end to further com orsatlori, and she
rose, disappointed, and pushed tho but
ton. "That's mother's ring." she said.
"Please help me tn bring some choirs
from the parlor. Wo can't go thcro be
cause ever thing's cotered up and In
disorder. The) 're papering tho room.
I shouldn't wonder If Captain Wil
liams were with them, lie takes
mamma and Itctb out In his new auto
nml has brought them around here
quite frequently of late."
"Does lie ever take you for n rldoi"
"lie asks mo to go, but I won't."
"That's Just what I can't tell. There
Is something about tho man that H
repulsive ho looks at me bo strange
ly. And then I know Just how ho has
treated Joe. and"
"I don't like htro-that's nil." '
"That's enough. It seems to me.
After all, I guess ho figures all to the
bad with women decent women."
"Mamma and Ilcth like him."
"Well, your mother never did shine
up to mo morc'n tho law allowed, and
as for Beth, she's n nlco enough girl,
but her education hurts her, I think."
"Hushl Hero thcynre."
And the llttlo woman hurried Into
tho hall to open tho door for them.
IIKX broad winded Mrs.
IliooUs ciliM'ited tn her
hunli.iud Hint flic did not
umleiHtniu! her mother
iny more than her inotlir undorstood
tier she had I'xpre-rril t".iutly the
mental relation in wlileli they stood
toward each other. Mrs. Harris was
ono of ltiote women occasionally to bo
ni9t with who eontluuo to treat their
grownup sons, and especially their
grownup daughters, as children and
reel It Incumbent upon thtm-nny, con
sider It their bounden duty to inter-
fcro with adtlca and coin incut in the
natural progress of domestic sophis
tication of their young wedded off
spring. Mnrcotcr, sha was a woman'
wholly lacking In tact mid depth of
niliid nml ossessed to nn exaggerated
degreo that "quicksand of reason,"
Mrs. Harris and Miss lleth Harris
tiero out for a ride with Captain Wil
li nun. who accompanied lliciu, and all
were In nutouiobilo tcnuc. Her mother
mid ulster greeted j Kmma' effusively.
Their escort extended his hand, but
Mrs. Ilroolis wus too much occupied
for once In responding toihcr pircnt'a
embraces to notice It. .He stalked Jn
with rude familiarity tvjthout remov
ing his automobllo cap, upon which he
had pushed up his goggles and found
himself face to fnco with Smith.
"Hello! You hero)!' he said by way
of greeting, greatly surprised to sco
bis superintendent thoro on that above
"Yn-as," replied Jlmsy. "I'm here
"Ought to tnko a berth here," grunt
ed his vmplnjer, looking round fur tho
most comfortable chair mid Jnstulllug
himself In It. "Yon'ro always around."
"Much ns Possible." admitted Smith
irnniiullly, remaining standing; "How
do j on find jour new carV
"Ooc d enoiish. Cost $3,000-oiight to
be good-ought to he."
Mrs. Harris ami lleth bustled In,
throwing open their automobile coats
rjid disclosing ery handsome gowns
tliirt (onliasuu! itrifiigTl.tlfliTinm i's
poor little colton frock.
"Why, goml cteiilrg. Jinny !' cried
Mrs. Harris. "Where's .lie'"
"Gone nut for n ttrilk, I giics," he
answered. "Howdy, Ileth?"
"Very well, thank jou, Mr. Smith,"
responded th.it Joutig pirsun some
"Mr. Smith?" he rchocd, looking nt
The girl raised her eyebrows and af
"Isn't that, right?" she Inquired.
"Yes Smith Is the iinme," he replied
"It nln't tlint l'to forgot It-no-only
to remind you that the first one Jim
sy ain't been changed."
"2$o, dearie; Jinny wouldn't know
what 'It meant to bo mistered." ob
served Mrs. Harris with an Intonation
'"Me neither," put In Willi tin, "but
a man's got to get used to It."
"Have )ou got used to it, captain?"
"Yes and ho. I never had It gtten to
mo until I came cnst-nla)S tired to
bo Cap'n Hill or something on 'that or
derbut with eastern airs and a bit
of prosperity jour old ways Imvo got
Mrs. Harris had been gazing about
her deprecating!-, Sha wtntcd tn
know w by they should stay In the din
ing room Ilmnin explained that they
had succeeded III Inducing the Janitor
to have tho sitting room papered nml
that It was all upset.
"This ain't bid." commented Captain
Williams. "Ii'ii real co?y, nrd Jou can
sco n woman's, had n blind In tho ar
"Hut It's n little bit of n Muffy four
roomed Hat," objected lleth, turning
"Wilfp." jl on. Itcrcf"
up her pretty nose. "Itenlly, I should
die In one."
"Well. Belli." remarked Smith, with
his imli't drawl, "joii never can tell.
Maybe you will"
Beth m.iile a rrlmacc.
"I would, If 1 had lo do my own
work, washing dishes ugh!" '
"I don't nc how- lhnnu stands It,"
'Iceland Mrs. IMrrls. "It's Just drudg-
"Well, mother, pbaM' remember It's
7mm i nlio then stiuid It. nftur all," re
orted Hi it little woman patiently, "so
dense, ple.ive. don't you mind."
"1 think It's a gre.it Utile nook, Mrs,
trorkt-." o Insl Willi litis,
'Thank .u. i.iplnln," she said grate
ully, "And flMd up li lei' and (oiiifortuhlc.
'nn'f siy as nnjtliln- looks ihcnp."
'Think .ton ng.iln IVrhips It Isn't."
"You know, niptaln, .ton ain't tho
lily on- who's found out the secret
f hinktng ii dollrr pioilnn1 :cl cenls,"
tld Slilltlt. with Ills wliliusli ll smile.
r "His li. done tint J" lin.ttlrrd Mrs.
fnrrls, affeclirg surprise and adinlra
ton. "rjj.uratlvely spotkliv. I ptesumel"
:ldmed In lleth piliul.t.
"I nlttajs thought WW wus fUlira
iltely speiikliu-," said Siiillh.
Captain Wllllains'h.ul pnaliiced hh
pipe, nihil It mid ll-htad it without
Hmlth sujs I'm close. I'm not',' hn
declared. "To me business Is busl.
ness. If I'vo got money nobody gate
It to me. 1 earned what I euiiied, and
then I made that earn moro."
You suro nln't given It nn vaca
tions, captain," commented bis super-
"And that's right," affirmed Mrs.
Harris with some heat, "I Pellet e In
men getting money. Mr, Harris was
one of those soft hearted men who
neter inado tho best of his opportunl-tlcs-alttajs
trying to bo fair and
square with other men, and what
thanks did ho get'"
"Mother, please!" remonstrated Hm
inn. "It's'lrue." went on her purcjit. "If
lie,. hadn't lieeii that way, Kimnn, do
you suppose- jou'd ho hero doing your
"MptherT I InsUt on must not"
'"Mother Is pcrfei tlv right." Inter
rupted )Botli.t "Kiiinm. ou don't de
sert c this Mini of a "Ve."
"Hut hive I complained'" demanded
Mrs. llrooks desperately, "Why do
you say such things)"
'Uccauso l'to got mjself to think
of," snapped her mother. "Yon'ro
wasting jourself lied up lo the house
nil the tlme-nnd etcrjbody all my
frlcpds know J"it, ll0W jou'ro fixed.
You're neter lutltcd nujwheru any
"Completely forgotten." said Ilcth.
rtrooks, who had let himself In si
lenity and unoltsi'rtod.. stooil hi Jhe
It is a recipe for
Make a stilT suds of
Ivory Soap and luke
warm water. Apply with
a brush. Rinse with a
sponge and clean water.
Dry with a towel.
Now, look at your hat
it is as good as new.
99o Per Cent. Pure
mil irrefoiiiioy, va;i r.ng vjem ami
ltstetitn-; to the (ontcrsiitlnn.
"Please don't." entreated I'mma,
greatly dlslresscd. "It's my affair, and,
bokldes, before people"
ion inuht say the captains almost
one of the family-since your father
died," put In her mother. "I know
J on should neter hnto married Joe
tbaf ha couldn't tako care of jou the
way lie ought."
"It's loo late now," said lleth, shrug
ging her shoulders. "Captain, don't
you think Kmma should hate more)"
"Well. Mrs. llrooks must know her
own mind," he replied. "Your father
when he worked for mo nhvnjs hid n
way of his own. Hut It does set in ns
If she should nt least bate a hired
girl nml moro than four rooms to n
Ilrooks strode Into the room, livid
with passion, goaded to n white berk
of fury, reckless of etcrjthlnK. mur
der In his heart, mid, hurling his lint
to the floor, faced the company.
"It docs i-ecni so, does It)" lie fairly
hissed, going oter to his cmplnjcr.
"I'm glad you think so. And why
hisn't she? Will you tell mo that)
S-K-nk! Will you tell mo that) I'll tell
you why, jou slato driver!"
Mrs. Hnrrls and lleth sat speechless
and pale, but Smith rose.
"Steady, Joe, lioyl" ho admonished.
Kmrna had hurried to her husband
and grasped his arm.
"Oh, Joe, don't!" she Implored, "You
Ho flung her roughly from him,
"Let me nloiicl" he Shouted nml turn
ed to Williams again, (inhering with
rago. "Do ton know why she hasn't?"
he continued. "Well, I'll tell jou all.
It's because this man ain't on the
sipiaro. lie began by cheating nml
murdering niggers who worked for
htm aboard his rotten trading ships.
Then, after ho got through with the
belaying pin, after be got bis money,
ho picked up (bo salary list for n club,
nnd he's murdered mid wounded and
maimed with tint. You see my wife
hero? She's only one of hundreds, nnd
sho suffers. It ( too bad she married
inc. It (i too bod that she's got tn do
her own work. It U too bad Hint she's
got to wash and scrub nnd sweat In
the heat, but that man's to blame. If
you gate mo n fair share of what I
produce. If you didn't grind down, op
press uud pinch, sho wouldn't hare to.
Pvo worked for jou lltu years, hard,
honest, and nil the time jou'tc been
grinding me down, down, mid thou
sands of others, thousands. You know,
nil of you know my mothcr-iu-latv
and smart slster-ln-latv know jou'tc
tilled up jour money on tho blood nnd
sweat m.d misery of others. That's
the kind of n nun jou ure, mid you
might ns well know It."
Captain Williams bad listened to this
deuuii'l iliou nt first In utter amaze
ment. Then his shaggy ejebrows had
knitted together, and his little eye
hud narrowed to bills, whllo the blood
'ml sprrnn over ms ince in n uecp
ilow tlirniiih the telps that swelled
'Hit like conls on bis neck nml throat.
"Tlieie nln't no one eter s.ild lliein
Ihluvs to me nnd got nttiiy with It."
ho thmiiViul. clinching his lists and
.Mlhrrlir; nl his tremendous strength
is he rose to crush his accuser.
Mis. Harris and lleth sprang up In
4ie-it alarm, and at' the captain's tor
rlfjlug toh-o and his fcioclous ns
p't Hrooks1 shrank bad; Smith stood
Impassltf, but watching Williams, to
waul whom lie had been edging.
I'.nimi had stepped ipilckly between
Die captain mid her husband.
"I,leae please, tuptnin for mj
sake." she pleaded.
"I don't rare let him como on,"
cried jllrooks doggedly, but ids tolce
Williams gared nt the sweet, frail
woman standing Imploringly before
him, and ns he gated his inuscles grad
ually relaxed, tho wratn faded from
Ills ojch, nnd finally the forncrs of bis
mouth twitched In n fnuit smile.
"All right. Mrs. llrodks." lie said
gently "I almost forgot, 'tt hero I was.
I apologize." '
Hmlth, his hands In his pockets,
moted nwny across the room.
"Joe, you know It's jour home our
home," cxiwstulated bis wife
(To be Continued.)
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he Kind You Have Always Bought
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Second-hand hiilf-gallon mince meat
Jars. Will p.i l'.c each. Tho
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A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged real
estate security. Address 1 8 4 T. ,
A reliable and Intelligent dritcr for
n milk ttngun. Addrcrs l'ond
Utlrj. 4 121-lw
Clean wiping rags at tho llulletln of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japanese Prlvato Cooking School
families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzlc, 1457 Auld
I.ane. Phone 1C64.
Large cameo brooch, between Putin-
htm and city. Hetiirn 1808 l'una
hoit. Howard. 44 2M-tlt
Klk Pin Diamond setting In head.
l'lnder return to this office and
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of "befoab the war" pe
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friendly old whiskey'."
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You want perfect
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Only way is to have
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Get us to make them
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No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
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Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
l'erns Australian and other tnrle
tlesj nlso logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnotls plants. Kor par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Tort
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Six II. P. locomobile engine, with
fittings for launch! cheap. Kor
particulars apply 16C9 Jlcach
Uoad. 4 402-lmo
furnished front room, S10 per
month. Small hotickcopIUR
room, suitable for ono person, JH
per month, nt l&C.l Nuuanu St.
Dcslrnblo mosqulto-proot rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donald" New llungalow, Puna
huu Street. 4380-tt
Two fu.ulsheil rooms, modern; opp.
lloyal Hawaiian Hotel, single or
cu suite; good nciglibuihood. Tel.
Large furnlshtd rooms for Indies,
with or without hoard. Mrs. V, D.
Wlcko, 124C licretanla Ate.
i-iunll six-room cottsgo; gas; (II.
143C Young street, olioto Kwa
moku. Phone Kns. 4l24-.1t
I'nrnlshed rooms for housekeeping.
"UC Quarry St , cur. Alnpnl.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
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Cottage Klnrt Place Tel
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own
home. Some rare
you dont llnd every
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath $5,000.00.
Lunaltlo St., corner
Six rooms and bath, a
beautiful home 4,900.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bargain 4,750.00
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. ,
Near Waialae Road; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x230. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money.
tort, bt., Mear School
Six rooms. Kent $10.00
per month. An invest
Four rooms. Worth
Call in and ice us. Always glad
to show our list. ' "
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
Boston Baked Beans, ',
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty In nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING. OPP.. ALAPAI ST.
0 Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMH.Y