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EVENING BULAETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., WEDNESDAY. OCT. 0, 1009
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu nrnf I'auabl SU. Call up ,
phone C97 If ou wnnt a cook,
good boy or scrnnts. j
M. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of-.
n,. Aifinfit Mi tipiir Itnrntnnln. '
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
mid Organ. 14C2 l.'mma. 41US-lm
HULL h( IN AUB PAY JM
For Walanae, Walaluu, Kahuku and
Way Stations 0:15 a. m , 3:20 p. m
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Btatlons 17:30 a. m , 9:15 a. m,
11:05 a. m, 2:16 p. ra. 320 p. m.,
6:15 p. tn., 19:30 p. m., tll:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:15 x in. and
t:lG . m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahaku,
Wnlalua and Walnnae 8:3C a. in..
..6:31 p. id.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
end Pearl City 17:40 a. m, S:SG
a. m., '10:3s a. m, l:40 p. tn, M:31
V m., '6:31 p. m , '7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and 6U1 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Bumlay Only.
The Ilulelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu oery Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.: returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. in. The Limited 'natcd at pawaa n KinB Md Yonng
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae .,.. nti,ii- i. -. i -O.
P. DEN1SON. V. C. SMITH. trcets- Bmldinrj n first-class or-
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka fiana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frazier
?honc 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled vi
ttr. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Ktwalo. Telephone 623
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts.. HcxUalu.
Delivered to residences
and offices at S5o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
r OF AH ENDS.
DEALERS IN lUMBHt.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
ineen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
tU HOPE AN AND
AMERICAN DRY QOOD8
FORT and QUEEN 8TS.
Bitnboo Furniture Hade to Order,
Picture Framing Specialty,
5C3 S. BERETANIA ST.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Kd
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal Bt. Telephone
Duisenberrr & Farrar, Architects. 02-
Aicxnnuer xoung uuuuing.
fee Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.,. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns are beautiful in every
respect, and the prices are within
reach of everyone.
J. A. RVieira
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
rirnt.idniii resMrne nronertv. tit
uer unu vumicuicu wiiu ttficiiuu wa
ter. Electric lMat and (rat. Also
Knpiolani Park 'ots and improved
propeity at Haujia and other prop
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
Curios, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, etc.
Hotel, near Fort.
Roses,, Carnations and other Cut
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR
The Honolulu Florist.
Young Building. Tel. 330.
Ring Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
iRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
Q00DS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUOF.S. AND CIGAR.
W. C. BERUIN. Proprietor.
WAH CH0NG CO.
DRY OOODS AND TAILORING.
Eveiything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVEItLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
LUNCHES and DBINKI
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
Tack Scully. Tack Roberts
1S5 editorial rooms 250 bu"
nets cHlce. These are the telephone
"umbers of the Bulletin office.
-"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
m i w
Isle of Pines.
"Have Wo Mislaid a Valuable
l'osse8bl()ii7" la tbo title ot an arti
cle by Sonntor W. 1'. Clapp, In the
September number ot the North
American Hevlew relntve to the Isle
of l'lnes. Senator Clapp makes a
strong pica for the American citi
zens win) lime done pioneer work In
the Isle of Pines on the understand
ing that It vvns United Stales prop
erty. Ho remarks: ' On the
strength of assurances officially made
by responsible officers of the United
States Government, ten or more
jenra ago, nearly 3,000 Americans
liuu become Interested ns residents
or pioperty owners In the Isle of
Pines. At least nine tenths of the
lanil of the Island Is now owned by
cltlrcns of the United States under
titles bought in good faith and paid
for to the Cpba nand Spanish own
ers. They hao built their homes
there, established churches, schools,
linnKs, newspapers, transportation
lines and nil tliu adjuncts of Ameri
can civilization. The conditions
which hao prevailed In tho Island
tor hundreds of jeurs, under Spanish
urle, would, with favorable condi
tions, be mitigated by American
ownership. Our people show both a
vv tllngness and n capacity for devel
( nig its splendid resources, and
y feel that thoy nro entitled to
iijoiiragcmont by tho maintenance
u ' American sovereignty. Instead of
enduring prostration and loss
thiough expatriation to an alien
Our navy regulations rcqnlro a sa
Into of KcvcutLuu guns for nn nilnil
ral mid nineteen for an nmhnssador.
It Is suggested from llcrlln that, us
n salute of nineteen guns was fired
nt Kiel recently In recognition of
Prince Helm's promotion to the
rank of Grand Admiral, nn equal
numli.er will be fired on the Hudson
In honor of (Irani! Admiral ton Knes
ter. This recalls tho fact that when
our junior nine rear admirals were
given a brigadier general's, or com
modore's snlutu of eleven guns they
Insisted on the thirteen guns allow ed
a major gencinl, on the ground that
they ranked with u major general,
ecn though the) received only the
pay of a brigadier general.
Umlci date of Scit. 18, the Army
and Navy Journal bbjh:
"Tlio plans of tho Navy Department
concerning I'carl Harbor, Hawaii, as
concltcly expressed by Civil Ungr.
Menard C. Holiday, Chief of tho
Iliireau of Construction, on his second
Inspection of tho dock slto on Aug. 30,
aru these: Within thirty two months
tho I'earl Harbor drjdock md naval
station must bo completed and turned
over to tho Navy Department. Within
n j car nil work planned for tho devel
opment ot the Pearl Harbor naval sta
tion will bo linilcr way, Including tho
cnnstiuctlon of the Marine Corps bar
tacks, naval station administration
buildings, mnchlno shops, storago
houses, nuniters for officers, hospital
railroads ami wharves, whllo much ot
the deepening of tho harbor along tbo
shoro lino, cutting oft ot projecting
reefs, and widening, deepening and
fctralKhtcnliiK of the channel, will hnvu
Sth Field Artillery.
Lieut. Col. Oi uigcr Adams, Sth rich!
Art., f loin duty in tho Philippines Divi
sion, "bout Oct. IS, 10(19, and will
then proceed to the United States.
Last night's session of tho Hoard of
Supervisors was taken up with mat
ters of routine with the exception of
tho Major's veto of tho milk and dairy
ordinances. On motion of Supervisor
Lilian, tho ordinances wcro laid on the
titbln fpr the permitted tlmo and will
bo considered later.
A decision rendered by Deputy
Count) Attorney Mllverton stated that
In his opinion tho uppolutmcnt of
Chailes Clark as tho Kuluanul lleuch
load woik Inspector was valid. The
point bus been much debated.
Hill Lmi mid W. A. Knlal wcro un
pointed by the Major as Janitors of
tho Mollllll and Pauoa schools respec
tively and tho appointments were ap
proved. Among tho bills nnd salarv demands
approved was ono for $505.19 expend
ed on Improvements on tho Honolulu
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Hate Always Bought
185 editorial room 250 butl
neat office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Novelized From Eugene
Waller's Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
CapyrlSht. IMS, br 0. W. Dlllinjhim Co
-I hat sforj of a revolution was a
lie." explained Smith. "Williams has
been home thtce days. He has had the
books looked over at nlsht. He seem
ed to Know- what you were dolnj from
the time you took the first dollir. I'vo
reason to think he went away simply
to glvo you a free rein atid get even
with you for what you said to hlin
that night nt the Oat. .Toe. wo've got
to pull together now. mid you're got
to be on the snuare with, me."
Ilrooks sunk limply Into n chair and
covered till fate with his hands.
"Wiat shall I dol" he monned.
"Rlt tight ntid saw wood."
"But they'll seFid tuc to Jill, won't
"YoU took tbit chance. Joe, boy.
But we will have to tight and tight
hard to get you out of It. Ton can't
run away. You're watched," Inter
rupted his friend. "Detecllres are
dovvnstnlra, and If you make a false
uiore they'll nab you and spoil every
"Jluisy, I'm done; I know I'm doner
ho almost whimpered, plunged again
Into tbe bottomest depth ot despair.
"Keep jour nerve. What bare you
"She doesn't know."
"Ot course she doesn't I mean.
where did you say yon got all the
"I told ber my salary was raised,
and some back pay"-
"I'm on. Now brace up. Von look
all In. Here cope tbo ladles."
"They are ready, Joe," 'announced
Mrs. Brooks. ,
"Come on, my boy, nod take the fam
ily to the show," ordered Mrs. Harris.
"I'm ready," he replied, pulling him
self together with great effort "Jim
ty, wait till I come back."
Emma and Smith accompanied them
to tbe elevator. ;,
"Hurry back, Joe," was Hmma't In
junction to her husband a tbo car
disappeared from view.
CnAPTEU X. '
TJT.I.Y Is credited with being
the first to remark wbat es
sayists havo pointed out ever
eluco tint friendship Im
proves happiness and abates misery by
the doubling ot our jojs and dividing
of our griefs. This was the sort of
friendship that animated J limy Suilttii
His regard began In love for Uunua
Harris, but when he found (bat this
love was not resulted he did nut for
that reason withdraw bis Interest In
her. Acuptlng the cold reality with
bis usual philosophy, ho thrust deep
down In his heart tho passion that
never could bo eradicated, and -his
sterling, unflinching honesty trans
formed It In time into n fraternal at
fectlun as self sacrlllcliu as It was
loyal, which ho extended to tbo mau
Hmma bad chosen fur I er life partnrr.
With his keen perception he bad soon
seen thnt that man was morally weak.
Irresolute of purpose, Incompetent In
business and that his love for his wife
was not of Hint Ulud which touutid
sacrifice for her as a privilege and for
bearance. Indulgence nnd unfailing
consideration for her gentler mid
purer nature ns a duty. Hut It was
not for him to Judge or to condemn
That llninm was sitlstled was xiiill
dent No other consideration matter
ed a particle. And he estiemcd him
sef hippy In being admitted to the
Utile household on terms of the In
tlmacy of an elder brother. In nil the
world there was no one else he cured
for or who cared for htm.
When Mrs. Hruoka nnd he reentered
the upartuieut and she turned to til in
and told bliu thai It was good to hee
blui back she meant It.
"It Is good to me to be back again,"
be udmlttcd, "If only tor a few hours."
"Why u few hours. JlmsyV"
"Williams expects me to lake the
midnight train for Boston. 'J here Is
tome legal tangle about our dock lease
"Oh, I see. Did Joe tell you about
our good fortuuv) Of courso jou can
see tho change," and she made a 'ges
ture that took lu tbe whole room.
"You menu the raise lu salary nnd
"Yos. W.isu't It splendid of Captain
"It certainly bus agreed with you,"
he rcspouded cviitflvoly, "Never saw
you look 'so well."
"Did tbe captain tell you about UT'
"No; he never mentioned It."
"Captain Williams has a habit of
keeping a whole Idt to himself."
"It came as u complete surprise at
least to me."
Hccma to hnvu done jour mother a
whole lot of good. She uever did
sblne up to that Harlem Hut."
"In all tho years I've known jou.
Jlmsy, you've never spoken of jour
mother or father. 1 suppose you don't
An expression of pain flitted over h'J
"No; It ain't pleasant," be confessed.
Mrs. Brooks was sluccrly sorry for
ber rather thoughtless remark.
'orijlvo me. JJnisy, J wish I hadn't
saia lint, roma f hcip to lnalto It
more pleasant! I'd like to," she said
He gazid at ber with a queer look
and for a few moments did not speak.
He appeared to be debating something
In his mind.
"My mother, ns near ns I have been
' able to find out. hiked out Into Colo
rado when It was a territory. There
wusn'l much law mid, I guess, no con
ventionalities. Hvcrjbody kind o'
drifted along the best cr the worst
they could, the majority voting tho
straight ticket for the worst A shake
of the h-ind was ns good as a bond,
and there wasu't any law In tbe land
except tint between man nnd woman.
Dome of them out there yearned as
much for the sanctity of the, marriage
vows us an Arab In the Siihnrn does
for a sun bath. It wus a loose coun
try, full of loose people. My mother
fell lu love with a roving miner, and
be promised to marry her, but before
tbe parson wandered Into the camp to
make n tittle loose change tying mat
rluioulnl knots pa got Into an argu
ment concerning alcoholic capacity
nnd got plugged with n 45"
"Yes. He passed on. Later t was
shoved Into the midst of an unsuspect
ing public. My coming Into the world
without the usual legal credentials lilt
my poor mother uufnl hard, nnd be
fore I could open my eyes she died.
Then there was nn awful argument
nliout where I belonged."
"Two titles claimed me. Denver said
I wns bom tn Omaha, and Omaha
blamed It on Denver. Those that look
ed after me when I was a kid got a
little careless about my education, nnd
finally the city of Denver adopted me
as a favorite son. I'nther's only known
name was Jim. 1 grabbed It 1 bad to
hnve n last one on tbe handle, so I
chose Riiitlh. feeling tolerably certain
It would puss the scrutiny of an In
ipitslllve world without raising a storm
of mrlolty." ,
He paused, then concluded, with a
"You see. Emma, I am some thy."
"Im awfully sorry, Jlmsy, but It
doesn't make a lot of difference, does
It!" she said consolingly.
"No, only that's why I camo cast
'Hie west ulu't conducive to pleasant
"It's nothing jou could help."
"No. I figure you can't nlways
blame people for wbat they can't help.
If a fellow comes Into the world shy,
he's shy, and the chances are he's
doing the best he can the very time be
goes to tbe had."
"How? In what way?"
"You seem puzzled," be mid, moving
his chair so that It brought him
squarely facing her. "Well, for In
stance, out In Denver I knew a fellow
who married a girl who'd had pretty
much what she wanted, but he'd been
lu hard luck. It was a luvo match all
right, both parties being clean foolish
over eacb other. Well, bo didn't get
on, and she bad to work pretty hard.
Finally be thought bri health and
spirits wore about busted up on ac
count of tbe work, and be commenced
appropriating other folks' money got
'way la, and tho harder be tried to get
out tbo deeper ho floundered, rinally
the big exposure camo off. He was a
thief. Now, what do jou think about
him, Emma? Do you think because he
was long on love nnd short on honor
ho was all bad, eh?"
Sho hesitated, pondering the ques
tion as something so utterly beyond
ordinary cogitation that It could not
huc presented Itself to her and was
uot to bo lightly decided.
"I duu't kuow what to think," sho
mused. "I've always loathed a thief
and a liar. I kuow there's an awful
lot of (IWionesty In business. Father
nlways declared that a man to drink
or giimblo or dissipate might be weak,
but that a man who stolo or lied to
Injure peoplo was vicious. Somehow
I think that too."
"Ma j be jou' re right, but 1 wondered
If j nuM been In his wife's place jou'd
sort of forgiven tbe man nnd helped
him get light"
"Perlups I don't know," sbo replied
doubtfully. "But I think If anything
like that ever happened It would al
most kill me."
Her thoughts wcro diverted from tbe
subject by the ringing of tbe telephone
hell. She answered It
"Captain Williams calling." she said
to Smith, then through tbo phone:
"Ask the gentleman to como up,
Jlmsy, anxious and much troubled,
regarded ber tbougbtfulty.
She turned from tbe telephone and
advanced to blm, holding out ber baud.
Ho took it hesitatingly and wonder
lugly. "Jlmsy," she said earnestly, "I've
ncv er quite understood you before."
"No?" he Interrogated.
"But after wbat you told me to
night," she went on, "I've bad a llttlo
peek behind tbo curtains. You are a
good mau. Jlnmy-ira good man. That
Por tbe second time tn bis entire
life the first having, been when he
proposed Ito ber Smith displayed trep
Idatlou. t '
"Now. Emma, be careful." be! r-
proved. "There ain't no celestial med
als plnurd on my coat slgiilfjing an
angelic career, and don't you start
tossing bouquets in my direction"
The doorbell rang as he settled him
self In his (hair again.
"Ah! There's the old sea dog," said
Mrs Ilrooks, hasteulug to let the cap
"Good eveulug, Mrs. Brooks. Glad
to Bee j ou."
Captain Williams grasped her baud
as his ejes wandered over the com
fortable room, ami he ad Jul;
"Hello, rhnlth! Miet jou every time
I como In re "
"One of mj h ingniits," agreed the
(To be Continued,)
Ludj or gentleman with $5,000 as
sllcnt pniluer for n conservative
business. Capital guuruutecd by'
real ciute Liberal returns ns-1
suicd. Por particulars npply 1' I
i:. It. Sti.iuch, Attorncj-ut-Lavv,
A second-bund Undei wood or Hem
Inglon tjpewrltcr, must be In
good condition anil (heap fm
i ash. Underwood preferred Ad
dles D. H. 1', livening Bulletin
Wanted to Hint House nn good
sized lot, prefer ouu with option
of bujlng nt first of j ear on rea
sonable terms. Address C T W ,
Bulletin omce t Ill-lit
Second-hand half-gallon mince meat
Jars. Will pay liie each. The
Jam Factor), 1S4 Hotel St.
'Clean wiping rags at tbe Bulletin of
Japanese Private Cooklag School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phone 1564.
Wnltluim watch, between Judiciary
building nnd Port St. Return to
this office and receive reward.
I, On Yong, of Wahlawa. Oahu.
have this day sold all my Interest In
tho laundry business to I.au Ixick,
nnd nftcr this day I shall not bo re
sponsible for any clothing delivered
short or nny other obligations of
said laundry business.
Wahalwn, Oahu, Sept. Cth, 1909.
4416-lm ON YONO.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE FOND DAIRY.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Hiss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Rebuilt typewriters just as good
A. B. ARLEI0H & CO., LTD.
Hade up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts,
A full assortment, sizes 24"x96"
to 48"xl20', and gauges No. 16 to
No. 26 just to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
Phone 211. 145 King St.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Si, Opp, Sachs',
Perns Australian ind other vnrle-
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
nnd stephnotls plants. Por par-
tlcultrs call on Miss Johnson, Port
street, near Vienna Bakery
Furnished front loom, S10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for one person, S8
per month, nt 13ti!Xuuanu St.
Itooin nnd hoard lu prlvnte famllj.
M.iklkl Dlstrli t. for two gentle
men or couple. Address S. Bul
letin office. 4PJ-ir
Two furnished looms modern; opp.
Itojnl Hawaiian Hotel; single or
en suite, good neighborhood. Tel.
1.-IJ5. 4 4 25-1 2t
Largo furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without hoard. Mrs. P. D.
Wlcke, 1245 Bentanla Ave.
Furnished cottage and housekeeping
looms. Cottage Orove. Tel 1US7.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Near Country Club; 11
acres; 8 rooms; mod
ern; a beautiful coun
try home $9,000.00
Near McKinley High ."
School; 11 rooms;
bath; electric lights;
servants' quarters; lot
80x295; cost $10,000. 7,000 00
An Ideal beach Lot
At Diamond Read: H0x
200; near car line; a
Buy a Home
On Kinau St., near ten- "
sacola ; ten rooms ;
bath. Lot 75x150... 1250.00
7 acres; good ho
lihi Valley . .
7 acres; good house, Ka-
lihi Valley 3,100.00
What's the Use
Of paying rent I Buy a "' '
home on Lunalilo St.;
5 rooms; easy terms.. 2,500.00
A beautiful bungalow,
Kuakiria St. ;7 rooms
and bath; lot 50-150.
Paying rent and buy a
home just off Liliha
St.; 7 looms and bath 1,650.00
6 rooms; easy terms. . . . 900.00
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAOER.
Boston Baked Beans. ft
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves ot bread for f 1.00.
1129 Fort St.
PK0T0 AND ART CO.
932-038 Tort St. Tel. 52.
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