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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T.H.. TUESDaV. OCT. 19, 130S.
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EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. DRESSMAKING.
Japanese Employment Association, Mme. Lambert" from Paris will open
Nuuanu and 1'uuahl Sts. Call up this mouth a school for young la
phono 897 If you want a cook, dies who, desire to know how to
good boy or servants. make their own dresses. .. llarrl-
son Mock. Ueretanla and Fort.
MARIE "KENNY, Dramatic Studio, REPAIRING.
170 Deretunln. l'liono 33. '
--.--.- z Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
PLUMBING. the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alanal St. Telephone
Yee Sing Kee--Plnmbcr and Tinsmith, 58 J" 3145-tf
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
The Industrial Edition of the j". '' - '
Evening Bulletin, wrapped Dnisenbere & Ferrer, Architect., 82
ready for mailing, 50 cents at Bui- M Alexander Young Building.
) c t i n office. Telephpne 375. .
KIstiiCi2a 9i '
Easiest in the World to
Of New Kodak Albums
Our new stock has just arrived, and' it is. truly the
finest assortment of Kodak, albums we have ever teen. Ow
ing to the factory 'having been completely destroyed by. fire
some time at?o, and this being the first of their product
since rebuilding, the albums are entirely new" and up-to-date.
Photo Supply Co.,
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO. H. DAVES & CO,, AGENTS.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW. AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
' Everything in Season,
' Hotel Street, near Fort..
We want to' see all our old cus
tomers come 'jack.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Rnlletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
BULLETIN AD8 PY
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dean. Uses least ice
& Co., Ltd
Fort, near Hotel St.
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MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
You know what that means.
M. Phillip &J Co.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.-
CUROPEAN ANOr - t '
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT. and QUECN-8T8,
Novelised Frem Eugene
Waller. Great Play
JOHN W; HARDING
Cerrllht. IMS. St 'c. W.' Dltltuh.m C
STTfie door stood Mm. Harris. She
was displeased. '
"tot goodness' sake! Where have
you been" alir exclaimed ns the stria
entered. "I begun to tblnk 'you bail
fallen Into tbe lake or off a rock or
that some other 'dreadful' thing' had
happened to you and was, seared to
"Kmma," said Beth, dropping Into a
chair, "Is Impossible. Bbe Insisted on
walking right to the, lake, though the
" have been lorn ao'idt ouiokcncd to a
V ' 1ICW IJ,"M
road, were awful and ankle deep In
mud so sticky, that I thought I'd bare
io, leave my vuuucrs ini ir. uon i ion
Btt, too, that' all uphill coming back."
l"Oh, 1- never enjoyed a walk so In
uy , liter' declared Emma. "It was
magnificent! 1 couldn't bare slept, I
couldn't bar. stayed la bed, If I hadn't
taken It." '' i
But Mrs. Harris refused to bo mol
".Od I, won't be. nblq. to 'sloop be
cause you're made me so nervous,"
Emma went to her. put her arm
about ber and kissed her. '
"Don't be cross, mother," she plead
ed.' "You know this Is my first sniff
of real country for a. century, .and I'
hivo never been In the Catskllls be
fore and therefore never so near heav
en. 1 uni n llttleglrl again, as fulLcf
childish Joy as I used to be when fa
ther took us on those trips which now
seem llko a dream, tlioy were so long
"If -your father badu't been so1 'easy'
we'd be owning a handsome' cottage
at one of tbe fashionable place In tbe
Adirondack Instead of hiring a menu
little bungalow here," lamented Mrs.
Harris. "No fashionable people ever
come here, and one ha to be so partic
ular. But wbnt U on to dp?, Op.
can't remain In New York In tbe dog
"For, me. I'm sick, and tired of tbe
niountalus," announced, Uetb. "I'd like
to go to Newport, where we'd stand a
chance of meeting somebody and
.where anyhow we'd be able to see real
"Bother society I" said1 Emma bap-
Both ber mother and Beth looked
"Emma, bow can you sny'such a
Iblngr' reproved' Mrs! Harris, env'el
oplug herself In an air of loftiness:-
"I hope you have not allowed your
self to' be Influenced by'tbo anarchistic
vnporlnga of your of that unspeakable
person whose name la not to be men
"Itve read somewhere thnt fine society-Is
only a self protection against tbe
vulgarities or tbe street and tne tar
eru," chirped. Beth primly.
"Tbat all depend on how you de'flue
'fine society,' Beth," said Emma.
"I, mean the society of wealth, tbe
Four Hundred, of course. I prayrery
night that 1 may marry a duke -or a.
fBcth ha. such, elevated Weasl" com
meutcd'bcr mother admiringly.
"Suctt petitions," observed Emma,
becoming grave, "never reach' tbe
mercy seat It is said tbat at mid
night every New Year's eve, wben tbe
i bell' of, tbo churches, ring, out the
dying year, tbero Issue from the bel
fries streams of vapory splrltswlth
distracted, terrified faces, tbelr hands
clasped to their- can. ' They are tbe
prayers' that never rose nyr higher.
prayers of worshiper, lo (be churches
who repeated them, "mechanically;, as
tbey arc accustomed to do every Bun
day, without realization, of tbu slimlll-
cance of the words tbcy'uttcr;prayers
muttered jiy. tJinso. .whose thoughts
wire on otftr (lilugs; prayers ortb
hypocrite; prayvis uf. the. hiimbiigV
supplications to the most blgb fur the
prapoetcrou and the Impossible: pi'ay
ers of those who do not prui'tlcr what
they preach; prayer, of' those wlfo'ito
those things which they ought not to
do and leave uudoue those things
which they, ought to do and thlul;
their weekly glib confession of It and
their obolus In the collection pinto olH
solve them. Willi the, ianitllng and
clanging of tbe bells they are bcriie by i
tbo winds over -mountain and sea. and
are lost forever In the. eternal void
between tbe worlds. All such, prayers
wherever uttered must snare this
By this time Mn. Harris, was agape,
tod astonished to'uttcr a woi'dr
"Gracious. Euunnl" gasped Beth.
"You talk like' a book. 1 don't kuowj
what's come over1' you."
"It Is my new Mrth. 1 told-you It
wa oa though I. had been born again.
L hope you will umrry a duke or n
count' If, you want to, Beth. 'A n rule.
I beleye, they are real men, every
wblt as worthy ns cood men who don't
Fbear this distinction of title. Still, the
field Is necessarily restricted, and you-
mustn't forget that there, arc other
noble men as distinguished from, no
blemen men of sterling value, who
ring true uuder every test."
"Mke-IIke Jinny." ventured Beth
with a dubious ulr, casting about and
on the spur, of the moment thinking
of none other she knew who would St
"Like Jlmsy," assented, Kmma em
phatically, "But he's so uugrammatJcal, .so cr
shy' on education, beside' which he
hasn't uuy money," objected Mrs. Har
ris. "None to speal: of,"' seconded Beth,
pursing' her lips deprecating ly.
''Aside from that, though," conceded
Mrs. 'Harris, "1 must say 'Jlmsy' a
real good man nud most .obliging. He
cant help hrs npbrlnglng."
"How about Cuptaln William-!"
questioned Emma, "How would you
"My dear' answered her 'mother,
"you wouldn't put Idin la the asuoe
class with Jknay t mean socially.
He' so rich! . I wouldn't be'mrprlsed
If be were several times a millionaire.
Itemember, be has two automobile:
And tbe handsome way he trtatodyoul
Why, he crossed out the $16,000 that
abomination stole, as though It1 vera a
matter of id cents."
"A roan's, true, wealth. U. the' BO4 he
does In. this world, mother, according
to Mohammed."- .,
'That is boWj.lt may have, appeared
to that foreign prophet Its tbe year
i,'1 'retorted 'Mrs.- Harrbi witha jonc
of Duality," "but' 'In Ibis age o'f horse'
sense In tho United States i, -lutlllu'n
dollar In the bank' Is tbe real standard
of wealth. With money you '.can do
everything. , lfiyqu" have plenty of It
you can do' plenty of good, and every
body else. will alt on the-feorre and
clap, but 'tf. youi haven't any you are
no good to yourself, can do no good to
others, audi everybody else will, get
down from the fence to kick you."
Left to bis own'dovlces, Brook took
n survey of the' iiosltloo In which he
fouud himself, and hi couctuslen'w'aa
not without grnltllcntlon to bint. The
clean "bill of health" she bud been the
means of obtaining for him fronv. Cap
tain Williams had In. fact left at his free
disposal a bis own property several
hundred dollars from bis stealing nnd
from his last "plunge" on the horses,
which had In-eii n whining one. Then
there was the. furniture. The piano
was supposed to be Kmnia'R, and' he
felt sure she would send for It, but
he had no Intention of surrendering It
Not one. stick, not ouo penny, would
she ever get out of him after the way
In which she had treated him. The
very day after her departure he sold
the Instrument to the piano house
from whlclt It had been purchased.
Within three day he had romovrd
from, tbe hotel where they Jiud lived
In stnto for such a brief, period and
transferred such furniture as be re
quired to one roam In u bachelor n part
ment house. Tbo rest bo .disposed of.
for cash. He was a bachelor again to
all Intent and-purposes, and be ri-i
solved to enjey hi liberty to tbe full.
He had had enough op mnrrlnl life.
with Its care and the discipline. of re; j
stralnt It Imposed. Unci; more Ik; was
"one of. tbe boy." To make UU posi
tion Unmistakable aud discourage, any
disposition on his, wlfo's part to return
to him he. forwarded, care, of- lir,
mother, bur portrait, that had been
conspicuous ou the, parlor, mantel,
after taking It from the glided frame
In which It' had stood. On the back
of It be wrote a verse of nuold song:
My wlf sn ran away from in
Borne two or thres wetks mo.
And now she wants Jo' coins buck again,
Ilul 1 tell Ittr It's no o.
"Once tit twlco shy," Is my reply,
And If It was to rain
; Cats' anil docs und'muisels and free i
I'd nevtr have 'her buck tln,
ACCIDENT IN K0NA.
A torrlblo nulo accident Happened
In Kona last Wednesday afternoon,
says th u Trlbunn, when a I-og'an
auto truck, bought by tho Captain
Cook Coltea. Co. to run batwecn Its
mill and. the lands matiku, went over
n precipice, killing the drlvor and
seriously maiming a passenger:
A, Portuguese named Jaeln'tho'wti
taking It down, when he appears to
huvo lost control of the car, whlclf
plunged over' the' sldo of a deep
precipice. Jaclntho was Instantly
killed, and n Japanese, who wuu
with him In tho car was badly In
jured. The car was very badly dam'-nged.
Feel ''.All In?"
More than likely you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Bowels to become weak
and inactive, nnd if such is
the case, you ought to take a
You'll find it just the medi
cine vou've been needing. It
will tone and strengthen the
"inner man" and prevent
Sick Headache, Bllllousncts, ,
Kidney Troubles, Dvspepsia,
Indigestion and Malaria,
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; llnlllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers' Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
In Burnt Leather
Post Card Albums
, Chinese Qoods
941 N0UANU ST
c Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAnmHOr
Office: Honolulu Painting; Co., 821
Kin St.; P. 0. Box 9li .
Bicycle shop and general repairing,
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
fiotnre Fraining a Specialty.
683 8. BERETAS1A fl.
1189 Fort St
Fine Rolls and Buns.
' Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
Ring' no 107.
Levy's for Groceries
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Pail Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DUX
At Your Grocer'i. ,
J, Abadle, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS, .
Vh Hit V for on nt torsi
rtl: Irritniooi or uewatloiif
told .7 UnitoU.)
ClrcuLr mu on imsW
tht Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
V O.S.A. Y
Young gcntleinun desires n Inily part
ner with $2(10 to invest In u profit
able business establishment. Ad
dress J. I'. M., 1'. O. llux CIO.
Wanted Three good, ucllvc,. ciiei-
getlc young business men; ,KOod
commission, Apply C. A. S.,' Iltil
letin oniec. tau-ti
Wanted To purchneo second-
bnnd llusted' Directory, 100'J
edition. Call 300 .lutltl lllilg.
Two or three first-class carpenters.
Apply leslilcnca H. II, Woodliouso,
oi;i. Tliouius R'limre. 4442-21
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
I'l(8t-clasR, experienced atcnogrniih
cr desires position; lowii'cir coun
try. J. V.' Armstrong, 427 Clay
.St., Portland, Oregon. 4442-3t
By young ambitious American who
produces results, ns cnnvnslng,
clerk or nfllco work. Address "K.
L.," Bulletin office. 4442-Ut
Jopancte Private Cooking School
Fkimllle or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Mntrle, 14G7 Auld
By young American lady ns cash
ier;' experienced. Address "K.
L.," Bulletin office. 4442-::t
Pnsa book No. 4017 of the American
Savings & Trust Co. of Hawaii In
the name of Alio Kcalo. I HU-l'.t
Lunch basket,, with jiurse nnd paint
box. Owner can havo same by
proving, properly nnd paying for
this ad. 444S-2t
Office Supply Go.,
931 Fort St.
Carbons and Typewriter
Once yon use the Kee Lox
you'll have no other. They're
strictly the best in the mar
ket. Ribbons of all colors
all kinds of typewriters.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Youne Bid?.
''Tfovels, Scientific. and Reference
Books of All Kinds,
A. B. ARLEIOH &. CO., LTD.
, Hotel St., opp. Union.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
. BULLETIN ADS PVY -'
l'erns Australian nnd other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonlaa
and atephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Vutt
Btrcet, near Vienna Bakery
Horse nnd siirrcj'; $11)0 cash. AiH
dress "X V, Z" Bulletin ofllcc.
Furnished front loom; !1Q per
inonlli. Small housekeeping
room, silltablii. for (inn person, IS
per month, nt 1&C3 Nuuanu St. '
Itooni nnd board In prlsnte family,
Mnklkl District, for two gentle
men or rouplo. Address S Bui
relln omic. 412'J-tt
Iarge furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. Y. D.
Wlckc, 124S Ueretanla Ave. )'
urnlshcd rooina fur housekeeping.
700 Quarry HI., cor. Alapnl.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
. -We are .in line with the
best assortment of
In the market' All make..
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yog
Lehnhardt'i Candle, alwayi
i CO., Ltd, M.
Kimr and For Sta.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
- '" Oiteopatk. . i
Comer Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting. 2-3 n. m... Sat
urdays excepted. OpexntiBg,- 8-19
a. m., 3-0 p. m.
, OPTICIAN. c '
Masonic Building cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-clasi spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Mr and Mrs, Hashimoto,
Tired Feeling; .
and other T
Quickly ' .
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath' and Electrical Treatment
137 MERCHANT STREET. -'
First-class reiidenoe property, alt.
uated.at Pawaa oa Kins; and iou
streets. Building in ftrst-clau or
der and connected with artesian wa-
ter. Electric libt and gas, Alid
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hauola and other prop'
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California tci'
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;,
Grant Marriage License.; Drawr
Hortgages, Deeds, BiUi of Sale;
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the1
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT Ktf
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other '
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