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EVENING nDUiKTlM; HONOLULU, T..H., FIUDAY, OCTOBER 8,. 1909.
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PMSS I -II MaMBMMHaMMBiMaBMaMvHMMMBHMt
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pnuahl Bts. Call up
phono 697 It you want a cook.
good boy or servants.
M. Ucda, 'Japanese Employment Of
flee. Alapal St.,- near llerctnnla.
Nathan Mi Lewis, Tencher of Piano .
iind Organ. 1402 Emma. 4408-lm
- BULLETIN AUS PAV '
For Walanae, Walaiua, ICahuku and
.Way Btatlons 9:lB a. tu., 'SO p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations f7: 30 a. m., :1B a. m.,
ll:0S tC m.'; 2:1J p. m., "320. p. a.,
8:16 p. m., $9:30 p. m., tll:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 'SrlS a. m. and
5:15 p. ml ' T ;
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka.
.Walaiua-and Walanae 8:36 a. m..
.E:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Rwa Mill
nd Pearl City 17:46 a. t.,"8:3S
. m., 10:38 a, m., l:4o p. m., 4:3l
P m.,.5:31 p. m.. '7:30 p. m. '
Ar'nro Honolulu from Wahlawa,
,"l:S& a. m. and 5:2l p. a.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Haletwa. Limited, a two-hour
tialn (only first-class tickets' hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every -Sunday
at f:22 a. m. returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops, only at Pearl City and Walanae
U. P.' DENISON. F. O. SMITH.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TODIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R, Frazier
flume .371. 182 King St
manufactured from 'pure distilled ,va
tsr. Delivered to arty' part' of elty by
OAljll ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 62S.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor.jTOBT and KING Sts' Hoa-dala
delivered to residences
and offices at 85o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
Tel. 146.' '
OF ATTi KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBtl.
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
Vneen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY QOODo.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA II.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Hud
New York; NOTARY PUBtIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts: 70 MERCHANT fiT.
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BULLETIN ADS PAY '
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kj-VuBr'ir.cu',.. j-.r-i-v- j. .j.. j'.ii- .,
Woven Win Mattresses repaired at
tho' Factory Honolulu Wlra' Bed
Oo., 1250 Alapal Bt Telephone
Dofunber - , A(Farrar, Architects. 68-
ua Alexander iKoung uunuing.
Telephone 276. " '
, Yee SiagKee-Plumber and Tinsmith.
I Smith St.,, bet. Hotel and PauahtT
Is the kind Hhat will resist wear.
The patterns are, beautiful in every
respect, and . the .prices are within
reach of everyone. ,
J. A, R.' Vieira
Jewelers and Sflvefsmithi.
' fllS Hotel 8t.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
nated at Pawaa on .Xing and Young
'streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesianwa
ter.- Electrio lHat and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park ,Jpts and improved
propei ty at Hanoia-and .other prop
erty. THE BROAD VERANDAS AT
f -a. T T.7 T
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AFFORD A DELIGHTFUL SPOT
FOR-YOUR SNOOZE AFTER YOUR
AUTO RIDE AND A GOOD LUNCH
Teiritoria! Board of
OfSce 403 Stangewald Bldg.
l'he .Finest Bathing on the leach."
Meals 'At All Hours.
VINES,' LIQUORS, AND CIGAli.
W. 0. 5ERG1N. Proprietor.
t U N 0 H B, S nnd n R I.N X I
' The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Tank Scully Jaek Roberts
Come and learn particulars, at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Si., Opp, Saohs'.
A full assortment, 'sizes 24"x98"
to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 16 to
No. 20 lust to'handA' k
, We do sheet metal work of all,
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO.. JTD,' '
Phone 211. 145'King St.
Novelized Jrom JEugene
Walter's Great Play
JOHN W: HARDING
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CoprrUhl, I9CS! r C. W . Dittlnlfctm C
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rra noTjU'sinig your forgiveness,
nor your1 mother's, nor yonf sister's.
What 1 wont now Is somebody to help
me out. I don't want to go to Jail. It
would kill me' y i
"D'oVou think 1 want you to go to'
Jolt? Do you think' I want the dls
groco" "The dtrgmcp-that's Itl t knew
that would corae sooner or later, but I
didn't think It 'would come from you:
There's alwnys somebody to hammer,
Hint Into a fellow when he's down."
"I'm not trying, to 'hammer 'anything
Into vou. What 1 wnnt to know I
what can be done, what are wegofng
todor ' j
"I1 don't, know unless" 1
"Unless we can get the money to
pay bark. There's Jlmsy."
That won't do. It's too much. He
hnr-'t got IL Dcstdes. It's too late
W ! lams means business. He wouldn't
t: .i- the money, lie's riortbat kind."
"Oh, If I only knew a way If 1
vi M only help!"
' She wrung, her bands and sanlrbope-Ict-slr
Into.n chair by tho. table.
" lirooks fdced the room restlcMly,
tllpA hIM rtnlntHl In nm m VAm'iinil
iiac u n iiu uuiiuiii iu u lbuu. nun uuu
then be' shot a peeol'ar, furtive glance1
In the direction of his wife. Finally
be sat opposite to tier, leaned 'toward
bcr on the tabic nnd saldjn'-ti low, In
tense voice: ' " "
"If anything Is to be done It's got to
be done tonight, Emma. Williams Is
the ouly mau. Vou cau square It with
"I can J" v
"Yes, and no one but you."
"What can I do!"
Do looked at bcr meaningly.
"Ho llkoa you."
Startled,' she returned his gaze In
quiringly. "" '
"Yes, ho does," he went on. "He al
ways .did.. Women nrc his Weak point
He's liked you for years. That's why
ho bancs aruiind.i 1 1've seen It and
beard what be'.inld, tonfctit, ?bout wjjat
nea uo ror n gin nice you. uo raeoni
that, Emma. 'He'll do' anything you
ask him If if spa go to blm rsut"
neglunjng to understand ,what ho
wanted' of bcr, sbo" roc slowly, In
credulous horror' 111 her eyes. He rose
also nnd went toward bcr:'
"He's home now," he urged eagerly.
"Tou can", go.,,'o one ew,lll. know but
Just Williams; you Hod rue. And )oq
can do more than that you can make
him give us money, more money, to
keep on living like thls;arid there won't
be any risk."
- She recoiled from, him, consumed with
rage and shame her eye!' blkilai'.' ' '
""I hope t don't understand aright!
The 'words en mo to quivering gasps.
"Ion mean mo to. go, to, bis apartment
tonlgbt to seo blm-atid and"
"No one will know the difference,"
ho coaxed softly. "You can handle
him all right Besides, you know how
far you can let a man go all women
know that" J "
"Ob, I can't believe I'm listening to
youl A husband to, ask a wlfo"
Bhe'-' stopped, pressing 'bcr cheeks
between ber' clinched bands, appalled
at his. Infamy. ' . '
"Then 'you won't do It?" be cried
angrily.. "You won't come to the front!
I suppose you don't tblnk 1 ought to
askrwhySbhUian'riT Whd-'dld 1
steal the money fer 1 did It because;
aii mmln mf" ' " -- ' -.
"That's njle!" . 1
"You know It's the truth. Wbet-I.
married you your father was to help!
me. and he died, and then, you bad to
uo your own woric. ana you wnmea
"That's nnbtbar Her
"Oh. you dcvit said so In so many
words, but I saw It for four'yehrs
around the hou-e. I saw you sighing"
and moping because you didn't have
enough to live on. Tben there were
that mother of yours and your sister
they never stopped. You tried to make
yourself Ti 'martyr.1, Evety'tnomenrTif
'yuur'llf was nmuto protest agajdst,
our poverty ye,;ii wns, anu.you itoow
IL 1)0 ydu rtTnethbef'llilit night when
you said you couldn't go to the theater
becauso you didn't. bave clothes? .That
iva'stbe flrst.tlme I took' money. Thafs
when I, began."
"You kneV'I fouldh't havo gone If
I had known."
'Jut you did go you kept on go
ing, and I kept on stealing for you..
God,' how I'vo's'uirered-for ywi, for tbo
clothes on your;bijek.- tJvcryulght
'hasticcria nightmare. Now I'm going'
tbJntL' youkdow'thac Xo jojng1 up;
there on the river ror years because
yon won't do your part"- -,
"I can't do what you want!'
Ho- becamo satantlcally persuasive.
again. " ... - -
Why can't yquj'be urged. "Other
woWcn Jiar'e forless p'isop'-ione.'to g?t'.
control of n transcontinental railroad
for her husband. I've risked every
thing for you.. If you go there tonlgbt
,1 wbp't jso'trfjall;1! won't be hauled
Inln pftlirff nn nnn will knntr lint IliA
three of us. No one will think the less
of you. I've gone through to the limit
for you: It's up to you to go through
""Then If you go to. Jail you mean
that I've sent' you there" v v M'
"Yes. Hnd' down' In your heart you
know you have."
Every Idstlnct of her pure' woman
hood; every fiber of her flesh, revolted
at "this cynlcnl ejhlhlilor or' his vile
ncss. She- contemplated him with
"Now that I eec you naked in all
your nasty meanness, your' contempti
ble vlclousness, 1 wonder bow I even
made the mistake of thinking you even
half tf man." she said.
This' southing denunciation made, na
Impression 'on his 'deadened sense of;
honor and .decency,
"Yoii,cnn't .dodge the responsibility
with One speeches." be replied, shrug-.
glog Ills shoulders. "I've gone wrung .'
for you. What are yon going to UJ?
tie urtinirp ullli me nnd take thin
chance nn easy ctinnco and you know'
you re safe."
She dli not answer, but stood there,
her face set lulls expression bf abhor
rence and Indignation, deliberating as
to the best course to pursue toward
this unspeakable villain to whom she'
was bound and' who watched her with
anxious, cringing mien. -Sho
addressed 'him .finally In cold,
"Whatever I may .do or promise to'
do, I promise simply beeiiure you
"Emma, I knew you'd"
"Don't make the mistake that I care
for you. Whatever i ftlt.for you. and
I thought' It was love, you've assassl-
Tou am rmiXc aim give u money.?
nated In tho las) ten minutes. But A
don't want yon to go to Jail polntlug a
finger of urcusatloiyet me.
" "Theft you'll be square;
. square you'll help
"You understand that If I bargalu
with Captain .Williams for your free
dom I make the bargain." '"
"I know. I'll' never' ask."
"It will he my business alone." t ,
' ttesl Jiist yours." vy
"Is bo home?" ' , ,
'fcs, I think so. He said be was
"Tclcpbono nnd ask blm If he. can
see roe-now alone."
Ho Jumped to the Instrument, but as
bis band grasped tbo receiver he best-'
tated, and a flush suffused bts wblte,
drawn cheeks, brought there vby the
first Jlruc consciousness of the enor
mity of Jjls "crime. Ue looked around
guiltily at' his wife. Ebo'was sta'ndlng
rigid, bcr back toward blm. He took
down tue receiver.
-"seven-aix-clgnt-rour Bryant," he
PEN .Jlmsy ,Sm)thJ)nd told
Emma and Joe that Cap
tain Williams lived In a lit
tle south sea Island nook
' Into', bis flat and that It was
dirty 'the description had. done Jubilee
to the place In a general way. It wits
In a bote) not far'from that In which
the Brookseg bad so recently taken up
their residence, and the living room
was a curious combination of natural'
history museum and ship's cabin.
' A wooden ''capstan In the"center did
uuiji ,.ui a ivuuu vuuiv, auu uu 11, iir
addition to an electric reaqlng lamp.
'a'tt .nntldy' Utter 6f papers and mdca
sine;" some' writing' paper; envelopes,
pens and Ink, were a huge tin box of
tobacco and a rack containing pipes of
,wood and meerschaum of all' sizes,.
shapes. and colors. Hcmnrkable amonj
the few 'choirs of rnttan or rush' 'was
one, a largo rocking chair, partially
constructed' of two small anchors, the
flukes forming 'the rockers. In a cor
ner oyer a comfortable lonrrgowas, a
canopy made of a piece of. sail 'can
vas supported by south sen Island
spears and decorated with leather
shields, warclubs, boomerangs and
other native weapons, together with
necklaces and various ornaments of
sharks' teeth. Covering the' walls
.were stuffed fishes of weird shape.
Over tbo entrance door was a ship's
wheel and on the mantel a model of
an old time trading schooner with all
'sails set Amongothcr'ob4ects'on the'
mantel also was a faded' daguerreo
type showing Captain Williams a a
young roan,1, In uniform." 'dri each side
of the capstan was a dirty cuspidor.
Tbo carpet also was dirty and spotted,
and .dust had settled thickly every
where. In this queer abode 'Williams
lived alone, save for Sato, a Japanese
valet, who had served blm for many
Tbo, masjlve, form . of, the capjtalp
, " i .
.v'f. as, .--.,- . ,.?" liJ
.himself, primus Ills toat,' mtghCTiaV
beenMescrted In' the llclit of tho 'lamp
through 'ttic cloud of tobacco smoke
that enveloped him as he sat reading,
n reaga-lne some time after his de
parture from 'the home' of1 Mr. and,
Mrs. Rronks. He was rnt'-sr nnnoyed'
wben the telephone hell rang and had
he not been expecting Smith would
not have' troubled to answer It, As'lf
was, bo swore a little and rose la.41y
"Hcllof' Yes, this is Captain Wil
liams," he said. In Ills usual stentorian
voice. "What, lirooks? ! won't talk
with you' over the phone no wuat?
Mrs. lirooks? What, hero? Well,
Well! Yes, I'm nt home yes. Itlgbt
away, you say? Yes; I'll wait"
Williams-could hardly believe wnat
be hnd heard. He turned It over In his
mind for .fully threo minutes ugurlng
oui'Just what It could mean.
"Going to send hi wife here!. .What
a skunk be Is!" be grunted.
lie nmhled to the telephone again
and Instructed the hotel clerk that If
any visitors called to' see him' they
were to he shown right up. Prom
there he went to the door of au ad
joining room nud roared for bis valet.
"Any beer on Ice?" he demanded
when the Japanese, who evidently bad
been nsteep. presented himself.
'lOot Jlmes and rum the kind 1
brought up from' the West Indies?"
He could not get over the wonder
Brooks' telephone communication bad
'Told ber he'd got n ralseof pay, eh?
What a skunk he, 1st And "what a One
girl she Is!"
He gazed abstractedly at the model
of the schooner on the mantel opposite
to hliinnd became burled, In thought
so 'deep that bo'hetuatly stopped smok
ing and let his pipe go out Presently
he roused himself, fished a' sheet of
writing paper'from 'among the reading
matter on the enpstan'tnole and wrote
something upon It; after which be
folded the paper' carefully nnd bid It
between the'leaves of a magazine.
Then be shouted again for bis valet
"Sato," bo .ordered, "bring my .slip
pers and smoking Jacket There's a
lady coming to see me."
The man grinned knowingly.
'4Y0U might as well toko a walk,
"And you needn't como back right
';No, saar." "
"Hero's 'n couple of dollars for you.,
Take 'cm and get to blazes out of here.
Sapc?"" ' x ' '
"Yes. iaar." '
"And stay out" be' recommended as
tbo Japanese prepared to obey.
When tho 'valet bad' 'vanished tbe
captain took a survey of bis .domain
" "It's" a Httle dlrty-a little dirty-'.
out 11 11 nave to ao(- ne inutiereo.
' There", was a' knock'st. the door. Wil
liams, wreathed, hls'physlognomy In tbe
most ainlsbje smile Of which It was
capable, felt his tie .'to assure himself
that It bad not slipped round toward
bis left', ear, as It-bad a bad habit of
doing when not hauled tsut and clamp
ed In place, and 'went to let bis' vis-.
.The caller, however, was on1y,Bmltb,
'".Come in, but make your business
short." was Williams' blunt greeting.
"I'm cxnectlnz an Important visitor."
Ail' Hgbfr'cnptain." responded;
Smith tranquilly, entering and helping
himself to a chair.
"Have a piper Invited tbe host
pnsblng.tho tobacco tin toward him.
l'(k riot," was the laconic declination.
"Vsll. how did you Icqvo tbe Brooks
."She knows." ' ' .
You tell her?" '
VXof Joe did."
"Didn't think be bad the nerve."
"It was becsnse.he (ost.lt lbat.be
told ber. Rusted right out the moment
'the door was closed on you.,,T ';' "" '
"Did they have a row?"
"Don't know. She took It like a
major nnd asked me 'to leavo 'em
"Hnve you"g6t the exact figures?"
"Of how. tn'iicb be took."
"I guess, so tojho penny," aald.WII
J la tin, reaching ;for .a memorandum
book nnd 'consulting It "it'was'Ju'st
1U,8."iO three days ugo."
"Any more now?"
".Not that I know of. Guess that
Smith shook hts bead moodily.
"That's too bad-too bad." he mur
mured.' ' ' ' ' '1 '
"That's right. It Is' too bad." agreed
' Smith thought for a minute., looked
straight at the captain, who 'was re
imrdlnz blm curiously dud ssW firmly
'and more' quickly than' his employer
bad ever' beard blm speak. before:
"Williams. 1 don't Mhlnk It'll tako
thrco minutes for you and me to come
to an understanding' about Brooks."
" "What about him?" "
"I want to square tbls thing for
"Where do you come In, Smith?"
"In plain words. Williams, 'thafs my
business. But I want, to square It"
"How do you 'think ryou can)squara
As 'Jlmsy prepared to . answer the
question be 'fell back Into 'bis old fa
"Well, Williams." he said, "you ain't
got any callous on your- Angers from
bagdlng out coin to tbe folk's' who've
worked for you, but I've always been
trented about right"
"You wero always worth treating
(To Be Continued). ,
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Lady or gentleman with' $5,000 ns
silent partner for a conservative
business. Capital guaranteed by
real estate. Liberal returns as
sured. For particulars apply P.
U. II. Strauch, Attorncy-at-Law,
Wanted to Mint House on good-
sized lot; prefer ono with option
of buying nt first of year on rea
sonable terms. Address C. T. V.,
Bulletin omce. 4431-31
Second-hand half-gnUon mince meat
Jars, will pay 15c each. The
Jam Factory, 184 Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Japanese" Private Cooklag School
1 Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1467 Auld
Lane. Phone 1S64.
Wa'ltham watch, between Judiciary
' building and Fort 'St. Return to
this office and receive reward.
BUSINESS . DIRECTORY
Mme. Lambert from Paris will open
this month a .school for young la
dles who desire to know how to
make their own drcBses. Harrl-
son Block. Beretania nnd Fort.
I .,,- 4iz.lt
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
's some. "There's a dif
ference?' ' The' Bahy
.THE POND DAIRY.
. ret ouu.
Expert in Mason and Concrete Work
Orders promptly executed and Deliv
ered. School street, near the bridge.
Beautiful assortment at
. MISS POWER'S1
Second .Floor, Boston Bldg.
811K AND KID .GLOVES
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" ' SDlJSLfHOSlilY
Miss Kate : Woodard
Rebuilt typewriters juil as good
Jf. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
FREIP and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENJERG
Alexander Young Hotel,
R9sesJ, Carnations, and other Cut
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR
The Honolulu Florist.
Young Building! t Tel. 339.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
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Ferns Australian nnd other varie
ties; nlso logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Jehnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Bakery
Housekeeping apartments and sleep
ing rooms. 1248 Emma St.
Furnished front room; 110 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for ono person, $3
per month, at 1563 Nuuanu St.
Boom and hoard In private family,
Maklkl District, for two gentle
men or couple. Address S., Bul
letin ofilce. 4429-tt
Two furnished rooms; modern; opp.
Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel; single, or
en suite; good neighborhood. Tel,
Large furnished rooms .for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlcke, 1245 Beretania Ave.
Furnished cottage and housekeeping
rooms. Cottage Grove. Tel. '1087.
Two furpished rooms. Apply .Mrs,
D. McConnsll. 1223 Emma BU
M . . -rr-sz '
Real E s.Tate
Near Country Club; 11 .1
acres; 8 ro6ms; mod- .
, I ,erh; a beautiful, coun-
I try hoiu '...-.. 89,000.00
1 -1 f
Near McKinley .High 7 . .
School; 11 - rooms; ;, S'.
bath; electrio lights; t
servants' quarters; lot
80x293; cost $10,000. 7,000.00
An Ideal beach Lot
- - -i it 1 4 4
At Diamond Head; HOx
200; near car line; a
snap ..: .'.... 4,750.00
Buy a Home .
On Kinau St., .near .Pen
sacola; ten rooms;
bath. Lot .75x150. . . .4,250.00
1 Bargain -
7 acres; good house, Ka
lihi Valley ,. 3,100.00
What's the Use
Of paying rent! Buy a
home on Lunauio bt.
5 rooms; easy terms.
A beautiful bungalow,
, Kuakina St.;7 rooms
and bath; lot 50-150. 8,750.00
Paying rent and buy a
home 'just off Liliha
St.; 7 reoms'and bath 1,650.00
6 rooms; easy terms. .
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
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Boston Baked Beans. (,,, t
Boston Brown Bread. . ,
. Leave orders a day ahaa4
8 loaves. of bread for l.p
1129 Fort St. Phone 97.
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932-038.rort St. M Tel&l2.
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