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HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M.. WEDNESDAY. OCT 20, '09. '
Mine, Lambert from 1'urU will open
this month a Bchool (or young la
dle wlio desire to knbw how to
make their own dresses. Ha rrU
son Mock, lleretan'la and Tort.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal Bt. Telephone
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63 Alexander Young Building.
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finest assortment of Kodak albums we have ever seen. Ow
ing to the factory having been completely destroyed by fire
some time aeo, and this -being the first of their product
since rebuilding, the albums are entirely new and up-to-date.
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phone 67 l( you want a cook,
good boy or fervante. ''
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Tee 8injr Kee-Piumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
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AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and,QUEN 8T.
, Novelised From Eugene
WtJt4W Gmt Ha ,
.JOIN W. IARD1NG
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There Win .... .n.ru u( cxnTanirlnn
beynuil ihU luaultlnjt'dogcrel.'and he
was cartful nut tu give hli addreaa.
He' chuikled na be put It In the letter
box. At' tlinea be woa a llttla uneaay
lest aha should seek te discover bla
wbereaboote fur the 'pdrpoae of mak
ing' a claim for support, bat as the
weeka wore on and notblng was heard
from her be became redasured. '
Ho bad bad little dllBcultyin pro
curing work, thanks to Captain Wil
liams' note accepting M "realgnatlou)
and aoon was established as assistant
to the receiving teller In a' bank With
a salary of $25 a week. With this and
the money already In'hla possession
be deemed himself rich, and 'bis (Ufa!
optimism obtained the ascendency once
more In Its nsnal ettravagant form.
But bb escape from nrreVl bad been1 a
lesson that 'had sunk 'In deeply. He
voQcd neVer again usdcra'uy "circnin-
stances to "borrow" from the fund
be luindled In the course of hie duties.1
Ilv i scbeired horse racist; also, know
ing .bat if tlic bank oSklals became
re that he woe gaublltm he would
Um . bis place that very Instant
After anhlie his fellow employees
noticed that Brooks, the aury, genial
Brooks, who bad won fbe,good will of
everybody, fa bo had In the general
office of the I-atlu-Aiuerlcan Steam'
ahlp company, mantfeated a tendency
(owaxo moroaeneaa; uuai uia lacs at
tlmea aasumed an expression of fuel;,
uncholy, Despite his lore of self, be
was of those untures nulch do not
thrive In solitude.
'lie never bad cored jnoch for the
coupaakinahlp of attx. Uls Inclina
tion alwaya had been toward that of
the opposite sex, Avcustoued alao as
he hadbeen fur ao long to the conso
lations of home Ufa, to the thoughtful,
affectionate mlnlatratlone and brlsht
presence of Emma, bo waa bound
sooner or later te miss her.
''Xhero's nothing In this living alone."
Tbe avonal came one ,nlglit after he
bad spent aa eieulng at tbe theater,
with tno aocUble fellow clerks and
he gaxod around his silent, -cbeerless
bedroom. Although ,be hod aot at any
time loved Emma with that Ineffable
passion which Is the golden Udder
Upon which tbe soul mounts to heaven,
yet she had tilled a larger place lu hie
heart than be bad ever had any com
plete idea of prior to ber absence. Uls
sentiment, fostered by bis selQshness,
revived with violence under his Intro
spection, lie yearned for Emma'a
smile of greeting and tbe kiss thst ac
companied it at tils' homecoming, for
tbe numberless sweet attentions she
bad laWshed upon Mm.
How pretty she was, how gentle!
.How sweetly she bad put up with hla
,111 humorl She was different from any
oi i no gins anu women, ne naa ever
been acquainted with. He was sorry
be had sent the photograph, not alone
because be felt that be had made
'gratuitously a false move, but because
be Wished be bad kept It fur himself.
There was not one personal object re
maining that bad belonged to her. Tbe
Utile ornamenta sbe had liked, ber
.clothes, tbe trinkets abe bad left bo-.
.bind, he had disposed of in bis haste
.to get rid of everything that could re
call her or. to which sbe mlgbt lay
He wondered If abe, too, was sorry
for tbelr separation. She must be.
How Could she live under tbe eternal
nagging and fault finding of ber moth-'
er oiiil the lording procllvltlea of Beth
and. not long to return to the Inde
pendence of her own b'omeY
She And loved Mm. Hla memory
evoked the distant vision of her frail,
lithe form cllugtng to him as she gazed
up Into his eyes, ber own a'gloW-wttb
the glory of her adoration and Ita de
lirious lutenslty. He felt the blissful
pulsations of ber besrt throbbing1
agalust htm, Its paean of passion:
be heard, too. In fancy tbe red' lips
murmur her souls ecstasy In words of
flame aud beauty, felt tho thrill that
shivered through blin as his fingers
tbrended caressingly tho shimmering
cloud Of her tresses. That waa long
ugo In their early possession of each
other, when she ' bad awakened to
Jtnov ledge of herself and bad wor
ildoed hint as a god, fountalnbead of
Juy and light for her on earth.
( This transcendent passion had not
found In him the responsiveness It
craved and which alone could, nourish
If. Kmma'had been an enigma, to him
often, a riddle that had bored blm at
times. His blunted senses, sharpened
by desire of ber, perceived that stu
pidly, Ignorantly, ho had disdained a
treasure beyond price.
But, remombcrlng what he had been
to her and that aho was still bis wife,
he believed that a reconciliation could
be brought about. Sentiment aud de
sire took counsel with advisability;
sclnahncss weighed the pros and cons.
In the end sentiment and desire, being
tho stronger, adjusted objections to
Ibclr own point of vlow. But even
then It was somo time before be could
summon up courage enough to take
uny steps In tbe matter.
Summer had given place to winter
and returned again since Kinuia bad
left blm. in all that time be had not
bajrdjfroinor ofhor. .Ho bad made no
attempt to see Jlmsy Smith "or any of
fats former friend and apwAatti
Kow jm beat Ju thoughts upuu hot
best to effect the rappro.'beuint.
Should be write Emuin, ipre-lug
bis contrition nnd beggMbg ber rorgTve
nesst His1 pride stiffened' at thVprbp'-
oslllon. BboulH lie write and remipst
an InferrletV wltn ber?' tf be could see
ber he believed be would bate lttte
trouble In persuading her. But, coun
seled by her hateful mother, who al
ways bad despised blm, sbe. mlgbt refuse-to
see blm. Perhaps ibe best way
would be to approach her tbroneh
some one else. Tb only 'person be
knew of wbd by any possibility could
act as intermediary was Jlmsy Smith,
tbe general utility man.
Requisitioning Jlmsy 'a services did
not appeal to him. He bad long been
Jealous of bis prosperity and of the
fact that be bad once be? n , suitor for
Emma's hand, although Jealouiy on
account of the latter circumstance
was rather the outcome of envy of
hla auccesa In business. Nevertheless
Jlmsy waa Indispensable, and the more
Brooks realized Ibis the higher 'be
came the degree of fnvor to which he
restored faint. It bad been bad policy
not to keep In touch with Jlmsy, a M
rloue mlstnke. Smith, however, was
such an "easy," obliging, warm heart
ed felloW thnt there would be no dif
ficulty In squaring things ultb him
and getting blm to act as go-between.
He resolred to call on Jlmsy.
(To Be Continued)
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It Is seldom thai such sterling worth
and character la shown by children ns
that presented by the film entitled
Honesty Is the Best Policy." I"ovcrty
and sickness In Its most dire form
stnlkg In the midst of a lltllo family.
which tins lost' Ita bread-winner. An
aristocratic nnd wealthy physician Is
besought by the children to visit their
sick mother. Ho haughtily, refuse
nnd cruelly drives tho children away.
A llttlo newsboy witnesses their crlef
dud disappointment nnd generously
divides his papers with thoillttlo fel
low nnd Klvcs' the llttlo girl money to
buy flowers that she may Hell them.
In tho courso of events .the lltllo girl
finds a well-filled wallet and makes
home with It. Reaching' thero her
Elrugglo with tcmpetnllon to use' part
of tho money for her sick mother Is
very pathetic. Bile Anally "wins out"
and replaces what sho waa tempted to
take. In an unexpected way sho
learns thamamo and addrcsjt of tho
owner of the wallet and returns same
to him. He nnd his wlfo arc ju forcib
ly struck with such rare .Integrity
amidst such surroundings asthe chil
dren nrcplaced lit that they tako Im
mediate steps to relievo their surfer.
Ing In a most material way. Thlstllm
Ik a, good one nnd Its moral could not
( "Panther Hunting In Java'.' in one
of the most thrilling films shown on a
screen. ' It gives u cloar Idea of tho
difficulties alul dnngers which beset the
hunter of ferocious beasts In the Jim-
Elo and wha may have been Roosevelt's
worn in Atuca. "A unincso wedding"
should draw a croud from tho Chin
eso district because. It has ocal coror
In It and .such things are always bt in
terest not alone to tho Orientals but
to the Anglo-Saxons wboso customs
sre so very different. This Is n good
dim and will certainly he ciiJo)ccl,' A
lesson for tbo Impecunious la fclioin
In the series "How Jones Paid HJs
Debts." This Is comedy all tho way
through and good comedy at lhat An
other one la "Hunted by the Cops.''
There la a thrill or two In this but It
la a thrill of tbe humorous variety. The
films are all good arid will be enjoyed.
An episode of tho Franco Russian
war Is the subject of a llirllllug pic
ture entitled "Brother In Arms" h( thu
open-air theater tonight and tomorrow
night. The film Is taken from tho KUI
sou company and hundrcu of horse;
and men are seen In cavulr." actiuli'.
The picture shows tho real enrnsgu
ut war uuu ! rciuiifu viiuukii iu,fcituj
one a good Impression of a battle. Sol
true Is this that until the battle cunu
Is finished one forgets tbo absence c(
the report of tho guns. The comddy
plcturo at tho Park Is as tunnjr ah
usual and tho songs by tho llttlo Mel
nolle sisters are clever.
THE RIN.K. '
Thero Is no question that the skat
ing rink as a place of entertainment
lor Boctuinrs la growing more -pop;
ulnr, it ono can Judgo from tho In
creased uttendance. With (lie ratialo
by the band, tho exhibition skating;
which Includes thai of tho professional
and the amateurs, tho crowds who' at
tend as 'sightseers -are as thoroughly
entertained fortui hour as at otlver
amusement places. It Is iiollceaulo
thnt tho class of people attending Is
above reproach. The local eople wlio
hesitated at first about permitting
their sons and daughters to attend aro
now thorouchy convinced that tho
management g conducting tbe place
ns the rink' rules announce.
Tbe Vnyerjey danolng club, which
meets ln'Wavortey'hall, at Iho coTnor
of Hote) and Uothel streets, every
night, is Improving In quality at evory
gathering. The patrons of tho hall are
well behaved and they go to tlip.ilunco
with the same care as to their dress
that, they would If they wcro attending
a more I irmsl affair.
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HOI. WANTS 1
aSsMaaasdSSMsaBT i eaJ miwvtn win ditf .SOVil
Poor, little fellow I He conghe
to hard be cannot sleep. That
.makes him weak and sickly all the,
next day. His brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do we, for
we know that just a few doses of
will stop the cough. Forslxtyyeara
it has been the standard remedy
with men, women, and children for
colds, coughs, "and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. Be sure
that you get Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
rr.nr tJk- Bi. 1. C. few a C.. In Bus,, U, a A
In Burnt Leather
'Post Card Albums
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Motors Traminc a Specialty.
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Boston Baked, Beans,
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fnone 33. '
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Anyone in need of first-class spec
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