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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, OCT. 11, 1909.
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Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pnuahl St a. Call up
phone 697 It you want a cook,
good boy or servant.
H. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of
fice. Alapal St., near'llerctanla.'
Nathan H. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 1402 Emma. 4408-lm
MARIE KENNY, Dramatio Studio,
17li IJeretanin. Phono 33.
Tee Sins; Kee-Plamber and Tinsmith,
Bmlth St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
For Walanae, .Walalua, Kahnku and
Way Stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Foarl City, Bwa Mill and Way
Stations 17:80 a. to., 9:16 a. tn.,
11:05 a. m., : p. m.. S20 p. m.,
6:15 p. m., 19:10 p. m., 111:00 p. m.
" For Wahlawa :16 a. m. and
1:11 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka,
(Walalua and Walanao 8i86 a. m..
,.5:31 p. m.
Arrlre In Honolulu from Bwa Kill
mtiA Carl f.ltr t7-4ft m. 8:SS
- A.A.ao -. ALIA . . ii.4l'
p ui., 6;31 p. m, 7:30 p. m.
Arrlra Honolalu from Wahlawa
8:86 a. m. and 5:11 p. m..
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-houi
train (only flret-clasa ticket hon
ored), learei Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning.' arrives 'In
Honolulu at ID: 10 p. m. The Limited
atopa only at Pearl City and Walanaa
a P. DEN180N. V. O. SMITH.
) BELTING .
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
manufactured "from pure dlatllled wa
ter. Oellvered to any part of elty by
courteous driver. ' "
OAHD ICE ANB ELECTBIC CO.,
Kewalo. L Tjslephone Ma.
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Car. POET and XING Sta, HoavUsJ.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 85o per
hundred Jn 10-lb. Iota
W. O, BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF All KTJTDS.
.DEALERS IH LUMSH.
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
neen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importara and Jobber
EUROPEAN AND." " '
AMERICAN DRY .QOOD8.
FORT and QUEEN STB.
. 8. SA1KI,
Bamboo FarnitutB Made to Order.
Victnre Framing; a necia!ty.
063 S. BEBTASIA II.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Kud
Hew 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 Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18&
Mme. Lambert from 1'arls will open
this month a school for young la
dles who deslro to know how to
make their own drosses. Harri
son Mock. . lleretanla and Port.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 12E0 Alapal Bt. Telephone
Duisenberg cVFarrar, Architects. 82
63 Alexander Young Building.
Telephone 278. .
185 editorial room-p25G buel
nets office. Thee are the telephone
numhert of the Bulletin office.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns are beautiful in every
respect, and the prices are within
reach of everyone,
Jewelers 'and Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St. '
Furniture Co., Ltd.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on Xing and Young
streets. Building in flrst-claa or
der and connected with artesian wa-j
ter. Electric lieht and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hanula and other prop
THE BROAD VERANDAS AT
AFFORD A DELIGHTFUL SPOT
FOR YOUR SNOOZE AFTER YOUR
AUTO RIDE AND A GOOD LUNCH
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403, Etangewald Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOARI.
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and D1IIXI
The most popular,
s place in town. ' '
The Pashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
Jack Scully. , Jack lolarta.
A full assortment, sizes 84"z96"
to 48zl20", and gauges No, 10 to
No. 86 iuit to .hand.
We do sheet inetal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction,
Your patronage is solicited
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
Phone 211.- 145 Xing St.
B-H 11 "sllJ FK M m I fllm J
Novelized from Eugene
Walter'a Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
" arsif fcea,
"JlyGwinuo" Bruuued. "What shall
I do? What ihall I dor
The Ot of futilities passwf off, and
she nus able to collect her thought
and consider the best course of action.
When she had undertaken to call on
Cuptiiln William-, ht that hour It was
with no thought of lending herself to
her hnabaud' hideous plan. In a
vague, hopeless way sho had resolved
to Iteg mercy for him, to see If there
was not soma maimer In which atone
ment and restitution could be made.
Now she was afraid. (If bo went to
htm, how could" 'alio approach him
what could she say? What would b
think ot her coming to his rooms, at
nlht too? He would think, and under
the circumstances liaturully think, only
one thing. And she would bo complete
ly 1 1 the power of this colossus, this
of.v whom ho secretly feared and de
li'. d, who so often had leered his
ntn.elcomo admiration .Of bcr when she
v. t powerless t6 resent It.
Her Impulso wa to turn from the
ordeal and fly from her husband, leav
ing him to the fate t ho merited. She
could go to her , mother's home and
await her return from too theater. Me
would at leant find nrefuge there. Bat
In the morning would como the public
exposure and disgrace. No; she must
make tho effort, 'whatever the cost,
whatever tho sacrifice. ' '
Ten minutes later she was knocking
at Captain Williams' apartment.
The door swung open, and the cap-
lain stood before her.
"Come rlght'ln. Mrs. Prooks," he In
rlted. "I'to been waiting for you."
"I wa delayed a i little," ahe said
"Your husband telephoned that yon
"Yes 1 know."
The words came fultvrlngly, and ahe
stood, knowing not what to say 'or
what to do.
"Pld you meet 8tnltu?'-he Inquired.
' "Smith?" M i-
"Your friend Jlmsy. He just left"
"No. , Why?"
"Must hno passed yod In the ele
vator, it doe not matter. Won't you
(It ddwn?" '
Sho took the chair he advanced for
bcr close to the table.
"You must excuse the looks of these
quArtcra." he went on. "I nm nn old
bachelor, you know, and rdyJnp'valct
"My Qodl" tht aroantd. "What stall
ain't allowed to dust uaor clean much.
Knock out all my Idea of r range-
ineut." ' ' V '
'"It U i quaint pUce," ventured
"Yes. Lived here ever 'alnco I've
been tn New York. I fixed it op to
suit myself. It atnt what you'd call
exactly' pretty, tnit a I'm 'the only
one to be pleated I gneas tt'll 43."
"Almost a curiosity ehop.'Ma&e com
mented, surveying the room with a
ftVKJU UVItl U& UHtUUIUBH. pT J ,.
"Yea, stuff 'I've 'Cdllcctcfl from time
to time while I was at sea. Got about
everything I ever wauled to keep, from
the wheel of my first schooner down to
speara from head-hunter. There'
model of boats and a lot of stuff.
You Me, I call thla my'maln cabin
sort of grand salon. Over there I
bunk vrlth my 'crew; 'Just ohe Jap,' and
the galley's to the rear. In them
rooms Sato gat my breakfast, steal
my looso 'change and lies most' of the'
tlmo. dot another room oer thero.
Seldom use that; cot It fixed up ulco
and chlllzed. Quess that's why I
ain't feeling cobfurtablo If I try it."
These details were of no Interest to
Mra I'rwl" who ilelrri only t( jirlii"
the Interne w to an end ns spccoHyta
"I came right up asked the elevator
boy. Perhaps I should have asked at
the office," (he said.
"Not at all," he answered. In a man
ner Intended to be reassuring. "I
have my own nay In this place. I
got the money to pay for what I want,
and there ain't no one In this hotel
asking mo any 'If,' 'and' or 'but.' "
"No one knew mo. I didn't care that
they should hear my name."
"It's nobody'a business. What I'm
entitled to, I'm entitled to, and so long,
as I pay the money no one else can
Interfere with the way I run my hlp."i
"Still, a womnn-at this hour!"
"Makes no difference, although yon
nrc tho first lady to call on me. night
or day." " ' ' l iff
"You mean that no woman has ever'
been In here. before?"
?I said the 'first lady.' -U H l
Mrs. Brooks shuddered, and Instinc
tively she glanced toward tho door.
' 'Wtt lint lAfn..t..nA ).... tin....'
you, captalnr'ishe asked.
"Dlght 'over tbcro by the door," he
aid, pointing "to It "Want to uso it'"
"Not now. thank you."
She cleared hi-r choking throat and
started right In to the bnslncia that
had brought bcr.
"Captain Williams, since you left u
tonight Joe Mr. Ilrooks has told mo
about his difficulty."
"So Smith said."
"That' what I came to tall: about."
"Well, that little matter can rent," he
aid affably. "You've called, ahd lt'
the first chance I'vo had to speak to
"I want to know If there I any way
aome arrangement" a
"No uso In looking so glum over a
little stolen money.' I want to show
vou mv ouarters "
"I 'didn't come to ace yonr quarters
captain. I came to"
"I don't care what you came 'for,
Mr. Brook," he declared, with mas-'
todonlan playfulness. "I make 'It a
rule that everybody who drop lu
here, man or woman, has got to listen
to me eptnning yarns. Now"
Emma waa becoming nw-i and more
"I know you will thlqk mo rude, but
I can't delay," she Insisted. "Joo Is In
great trouble, and aome other time I'll
hear tho yarns."
tie rose with mock dlgnUy. ,
"You're on my ship, Mrs. Brooks,
rioase remember every captain Is mas
ter of hi ship, and If you, don't listen
and like It-mlnd you, I efty like it I'll
clap you'ln'double'lrons for mutiny.",
"Captain Wllllnma," Who pleaded! ."1
'am 'sure 'that-'yoil 'would hot dis
please" I f
, 'This little fbre and after.'Mni.
Brooks," ho broke In, picking1 uft' tho
model of tho ship on the mantel, "Is n
model of tho Silly Morun, my first
command out of I'rlsco. 'Xliat's hfcH
wheel np thero over the door. She
laid the Cornerstone of ray fortune, but
she taught me how to flghf'-aiiU have
nerve. Took bcr dp Into the uptyli.I'-n-.
clflc scaling mid then down on tho Jap-'
ancse coast. Had u crew who wouldn't,
adofn any hlsh bait. ror CntnU
'Kldd ecr could wish for. If thcr
na mhw .-..-j1 lit !. i.niAi,ii,.a'1,.,i
ao uiij fc-.-ruu us iimi i-vaiu'(ia uiai
must 'a' saw It first ntid hit It."
To humor hlin ahe hud iich anted to
the mantel. .-an...-
"And Is Hint where jou got your
awful reputation?" she Inquired." '
The bushy cjvbronu came down un
til the lids were hidden, and bU eyes,
shining like Ihc coals, wore alone, lU
bio ns he directed his gaze upon her,
"Just bow bad Is that 'awful reputa
tion,' Mrs. Brooksl"
"They say," she returned, meeting
hi gaze steadily, "that ou have no
heart, no pity, In jou; Unit jou'd kill n
man tn those dnjs with au little feel
ing ns I would kill ri' mosquito."
'"Well, I gucsa tho rcrfsbu jou'd kill n
mosquito Isn't because it's just a mos
quito and that you'd like to kilt It, but
because you're afraid It will bltd jou.
"I had men, Mrs. Brooks, who. If
you let 'cm go too far, tbej'd liltc, mill
It you lit 'cm bite too deep they'd Kill.,
Tiicm wero tne cany nays or scuiciu
It wak a, hard life, and It made limit
men. I ain't any better, but rgucss I
ain't no worse, than lots of Hjut-rn
would be fixed Just as t was at tlut
"I'm glad to hear you say that, cap
tain," she' declared, seizing tbc oppor
tunity. "It opens tho way for tho
business I came on."
"Yrt, business.'' ,
"But It's after busluess hours, Mr.
Brooks, und I iilii't half tpun my jam.
Now, oyer hero I want' to nhow' on it
couplo of spenrs I got from n lot of
jtcad hunters down in tin- Malay archi
pelago. You may not know hherc tlmt
Is, bat I'u nhi.i.iH had mi Ueu It's
where (It J luttcncd down the dell
after that first blrf roiv'thcy had )oit
read about In the Bible. I was golug
ashore, seeing what was ilolmt. when
this irvw of nL-gers luniv ilowii ou u.
lke a squull. We hud mi nuful time
getting back to Ihv boiltH. I lell )ou
We M(ie wcinie tut up. and nil I got
out of the cxiK-dllloUvWas one of tho
dig chiefs wl"i."
He looked Into Mm. BrookH' cjes,
Tool; her b.nU fo 1'rlMii with tile."
lie lidded. "Wnmeii were Kiarce In
them tluiK-fiud liHiklug ores."
"You look mr uwny from where Rhe
belougvd?" iiii'Ktli)iii'(l Kuiuia slowly
"She was willing to go. No one ever
neat her about tho uhlp. and hlio IImhI
pretty much ns she wnptid-thrce
ments n'diy nnd'ilo hilrd work."
"Whit lieriimo of her?"
"Dlcd-I (.nebs from oi-re,itlng. Yon
see tlu-in two little nmliiira Hint iluilr'u
I 1 1 (gB?,S?iiHBiied) f
By Lydia E. Pinkhaiii's
Gardiner. Maine "1 have been a
great sufferer from organic troubles
nnu a severe lemalo
doctor said I would
have to go to tho
hospital for an
oicrallo!i, but I
could not bear to
think of It 1 de
cided to try Lydia
i:. l'inkhnm's Veg
and Sanative Wash
tind was entirely
cured after three
mouths' usu of tlioni." Mra. 8. A.
Williams. It. V. 1). No. 14, Box 89,
Xo woman should submit to a surgi
cal oplratiou, which may mean death,
until sho has given Lydia E.l'lnklmm's
Vegetable ComirautuL made exclusive
ly from roots and herbs, a fulr trial.
This famous medicine for women
has for thirty jeara proved to be tho
most valuable tonic aud renew er of
the female organism. Women resld
lng in almost every city and town In
the United Statci bear willing testi
mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
E. rlnkham's VcgeUblo Compound.
It cures female Ills, and createa radl-'
ant, 'buoyant female health. If you
are ill, for your own sake as well as
thosn you love, give it a trial.
Dtn. IMuktiatn. at Lvnn. Mas..
Invito all slok women to write
her for advice. HoradvlcoUfree,
and always helpful
These friezes, just received,
are decorative novelties , of
the highest merit, both as to
design and coloring, and the
, i effect produced is fully equal,
if, not superior to fresco 'work,
'While the cost is a mere frac
tion. " ' l
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S.-King St.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DHY GOODS AND FTJEKISHIHa
GOODS of EVEEY DX-
WAH CHONG CO.
DBY O00DS AND TA1L0BINO.
Everything absolutely sew and
fresh from the Coast. '
WAVERLEY BLX. HOTEL ST.
Post Card Albums
In Burnt Leather
'Levy's for Groceries
Made up the latest or any style,
Harrison Block. .
Fort and Beretania Sts.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING,
Office; Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Xing St.; P. 0. Box 911
Lady ui gentleman with $D,000 ns
HTlent partner for a conuervatho
business. Capital guaranteed by
real estate. Liberal returns as
sured. For parllctilais apply I'.
K. It. Stmuch, Attornej -at-Iiw,
Wanted to Kent House on good-
sized lot; prefer ono with option
of Imj InK at first of )ear on ica
tunable terms. Address C. T. W.,
llullctln offlce. 41-Ut
Second-hand half-gallon mince ment
jars. Will pay luc each. The
Jam rncluiy, 181 Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
A, joiing Russian Pole whd Rpeaks
and writes good Kugllsh, nnd also
other foreign languages, with
knowledge of bookkeeping, necks
position In hank or other business.
Best refeienics from his last cm
plojers, Tho Husso-Chlncso Bank,
Port Arthur, Harbin binnches
(Mnnchurlu). Address: Mr. Va
lauger do Waclawinskl, Johnson
House, 10G5 Punchbowl street.
Japanese Private Cooklag School
Families or hotels supplied with
cook. C. M. Matzle, 14C7 Auld
Lane. Phone 15S4.
Friday evening, between Knlmukl
and Oceanic Wharf, lndj's gold
nnd pearl Swastika pin. Suitable
reward If returned to this office.
Wnithani wutch, between .Judiciary
building and Fort St. Ileturn to
this office and recclvo reward.'
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some, "There's a dif
ference," The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
Expert in Mason and Concrete Work.
Orders promptly executed and Deliv
ered." School street, near the bridfre.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATEES
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Hiss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Rebuilt typewriters just as frood
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
FRENCH and EYELET
Ferns Australian ind other vnrlo
ttes; also logs, hnikets, begonias
nnd stephnotls plants. Fur par
ticulars call on Mlsa Jchncon, Fort
street, near Vienna B.ikcry
lloueekceplng apirlments nnd kleep-
Ing loums, 124S r.mnia St.
Furnished froni room; S10 per
month. Smill houscliccplng
room, Suitable for one person, IS
per month, at 1SC3 Nuuanu St."
Kooni nnd hoard In prhate family,
Maklkl District, fur two gentle
men or couple. AiMrct S , Bul
letin omcc. 442!)-tt
Two fnrnlflicil moms, modern; npp.
Itonl Hawaiian Hotel; slngto or
en, suite, good neighborhood. Tel.
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board, Mrs. F. D.
Wicke, 124& Borotanla Ave.
Furnished milage nnd housekeeping
rooms. Cottage Grove. Tel. lfls".
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Near Countrv Club; 11
acres; 8 "rooms : mod
ern; a beautiful coun
try home $9,000.00
Near McXinley High
School; 11 rooms; '
bath; electric lights ;
servants' quarters: lot
80x295; cost $10,000. 7,000.00
An Ideal beach Lot
At Diamond Head; llOx
200; near car line; a
Buy a Home
On Kinau St., near Pen-
sacola; ten rooms;
bath Lot 76x160... 4,250.00
7 acres; Rood house, Ka
lihi Valley 3,100.00
What's the Use
Of paying rent? Buy a
home on Lunalilo St.;
5 rooms; easy terms. . 2,600.00
A beautiful bunpalow,
Kuakina St. :7 rooms
and bath; lot 50-150. 2,750.00
Pa vim? rent and buv a
home just off Liliha
St.; 7 rooms and bath 1,050.00
6 rooms; easy terms. . . . 900.00
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
Boston Baku! Beans. fx
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for 81.00.
1129 Fort St.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
032-938 Fcrt,St. - Tel. 52, .