Newspaper Page Text
EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY. OCT.' 2V 1909)
Mme. Lambert from Paris will open
this month a school for1 joung la
dles who dcslro to know how to
malte their own dresses. Harri
son lllock. Dcrt-tanl.t unci fort.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal Bt. Telephone
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62
C3 Alexander Young Building.
Tttr- BULLETIN ADS PAY '
Makes Laundry Work Easy
All Grocers Sell It
How Many of You
Fail to read the messages contained in the classified
advertising columns of the B u 1 1 e t i n ? The aver
age reader glances over this portion of the paper
every evening because it gives information of a most
valuable kind that cannot be found in any other part
of any other paper published in the Islands. It con
tains the message of the person who has Jost some
thing, found something, or has something to sell. In
likewise when you have lost something, found some
thing or have something to sell, tell the other read
ers of the classified columns about it. It wQl pay
you and the, cost is but one cent a word.
Sm !! njtn f i i i ii
wmkmmkbHwM 1 1 ii nfmisiM
I t J I
HIGH-CLASS FAFEB-HANOINO. DECORATING.
' AND GENERAL PAINTING.
When we tfefyour wireless call for HELP,
we wll come .to the rescue with tfood old
PRINTER'S INK :
COQD ADVERTISING HAS .'SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEN
FROM t FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK t .
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. .
Maloti, the celebrated Indian 'Chiro
podist, removes coma painlessly
and permanently. Territory
House, H46 Bo. Kins St. 4443-lw
Japanese Employment Association
Nuuanu and Pauahl Sti. Call up
phone 697 If you want a copk,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatio Studio,
17G Beretnnla. I'hone 33.
fee Bine Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith SL, bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Novelized From Eugene.
Walter' Great flay
JOHN W. HAhbilta
ccpyrttM. os. b, o. w. taiMihW c.
"YoWMow nMiiTftcatroits'Vtat of
your arguments. Brocks, ur you'll uro
io hurllnit ninelKxly ono,, of tlivio
rtajs.' he recommended, "u's danger
ous dn'ngcroHis, $o -yourself ns well."
Brooks, sullcu.aud panting, dropped
Into n chair, tears of -hrrariltarloh ind
baffled rago hovering tremulously In
his eyes. ,
"Itlwns ydurtfault ydu drove trio; to
It." he declared.
"If a mighty, bad thing, as a gen
eral rule.' to let jonr III hunsor get
a way, with your nonea'chlded Smith.
"You havo acted tonight like a petu
lant kid, Instead of like a man I've
tried to help. You've put yourself "out
of court, and I'm through trying to do
anything for you."
"And I'm through! asking you to do
anything for me," Brooks retorted,
Jumping up and clapping his hat on
his head. "I don't want any more
favors of tho kind you're been hand
I ' out so smugly. I know what Pro
r 1 tonight, and It doesn't carry any
:. logy with It either. You can all
I v plumb to Pudunk, 6cry one of yon
you, hiy loving wife and Ue old, wo
man. Pin through with tho wliolo
crowd for good and all."
He rushed out, bounded down the
stnlrs, and tho front door slammed
Smith lighted a cigar, solace and
sedative of tho wrought op man, and
ruminated sidly for awhile. He
thought of Emma, or tho worthless
husband to wliojn she was tied and
of the false position all round In which
ho found himself as the result of his
Ah.; God, how ho toted her!
With a weary sigh he fetched out
plans and figures and began to work.
It was hard to concentrate his mind,
but application at length cubducd the
turmoil of bis thoughts, and work, that
"pledge of cheerful days and nights
without a groan." his unfailing nar
coUc for the perturbation of his spirit.
absorbed him until tired naturo com
ing to Its support did the rest.
While 'Jlmsy Smith worked that he
might forget, Brooks, the. heat of his
anger cooled, sat down lb his lonely
room to consider tho unexpected
change (u tho situation. The failure
of his plans was a blow to him, but
Ibis time the pricking of the bubble of
his optimism, which ,'hadsoaicd so
high. Instead of plunging him Immedi
ately Into the gloomiest dosiondcncy.
found 'Its 'contrast In bitter resentment
against both, his w'lfo and Smith.
Ho cursed Smith for u fool and a
blunderer. Ai least ho did not Dellcro
the nccusatlous he had hurled at him
In his 'rage r.nd disappointment. . He
bad never considered lifm In a'ny other
light than that of h toed naturvd. old
womanish friend of the family, who
did anything- "for ftnylxjdy 'and with
whom ' anybody could r.toke liberties.
He could bed nothing in htm calculated
toinsplrc nny woman with more than
ordinary liking and Indulgent tolera
tion, not. to speak of Emma, and ho
never had had tho slightest scruplo lu
leaving them together.
Her reception of his overtures had
practically 'dispelled "the glamour of
2ihc tcord "i?rufd" irn urlllcn croi
i the envelope.
romanco In which ho had clothed her
In his Unions, but ho 'resolved to mhke
Lone final attempt to soltcti her by
means of a letter, and no set about It
forthwith. It was an epistle of many
pages, a melodramatic Jumble of con
iritlou und despairing supplicatlou, for
he was no master In tho art of writ
ing. Hut ho was highly satlstUd with
It. To make It tho more luipresshu ho
blurred It hero and Micro with drops
of water, .thinking. tlilawouldrcuuvuy
I ! C
the ldea'that heunu" been" moved to
tears as be penned It. ,
"It this doesn't dd the trick noth
ing will," he muttered after he had
ftpmiafil lUfnr tl.n lili-.l tlihu. Allil If
'it doesn't I'll quit. She'll never-get
another chance from me."
He addressed It to her, care of
Jlmsy Smith, knowing the latter would
I seo that It reached Its destination. It
'cntno bade under coyer through the
I same medium, unopened, with the
word "ltefused" written largo ncrus
the envelope lu Bclb's handwriting.
The word was a full conllrmnllou of
Jlmsy' report of his mission.
Brooks gnashed his tectb, banished
his dreams of a renewal of happtiicts
with bis wife and clinched n resolution
that had been forming In his mind ns
an alternative to seek relief In an
other and facle love from the depres
sion of his solitary existence.
CTUMX, chilly aud wet, hid
brought sojourners In the
country early to town, among
lifiti Xfm TTnfrta niirl li.r
dapglitcn, Mrs, Harris had rcqull-
tionea Jlmsy Hinitns services uciorc
'she descended from tho mountains.
Tucro was a lot to oo.ontncir ar
rival. Would ho Inlnd attending to
thts and that for them, and would be
meet themV Jiiuy duly attended to
thU and that, met them In his old
genial way, saw 'them Installed In their
home, dined with thcni. as Tncr Mr,
Harris' schedule and, although the
w-lntcr was well ndwinccd, had never
beta there since, except to make a
brief call at Christmas.
At each of theto visits Enimnhad
thrilled at sight of him j and at the
sound of his voice. It was with timid
ity that sho had extended hir hand to
him, but neither by pressure of Ids
cltsp nor by any sign of manner, ex
pression or Intonation nhd he glwu
lndlduloh of remembrance that their
secret iwas known to, etch ,other. Ho
was the same quiet, kindly unchange
able Jlmsy. By her alone was hlrpro-'
longed absence understood. MrsT'Hur
rls and Beth finally attributed! It to a
reluctance to meet continually on an
CqWl footing his employer, Captain
Williams, who had taken Jlmsy's place
na extra member of the family and
usurped nil his prcrogatles.
To Umma tho captain, was no longer
un object of fear and detestation. She
knew that his affection was purely pa
ternal, and hi knew that she under
stood him as no ono dead or living
ever had or did. Sho manifested her
appreciation of his regard by a 'confi
dence which was to 'the old fellow a
comfort aud nage delight. Not that
his delight 'took a demonstrative form;
that was not ltf his nature, and Emma'
would have been greatly astonished
could she have known what a boon to
him her frank friendliness was.
The fact was that his good dyed to
Cmma had been the' first striking ef
fect of a softening process that bad
been going ou very, ttj slowly, so
slowly is. not to bu noticeable to any
extent, for seterul years, which begun
when ho oad been admitted to the
family, circle of his late geueral man
ager and with which, all unconscious
ly. Unim.i, had had n good deal to (do,
)lo liml nialioinl himself to the family
as bi one connection with refinement
itcd home life. Hut It had been a
cautious anchoring, maintained with
distrust and earning with It no reci
procity lu the sliajK) of business or nny
other favors. A fighter who bad got
uothlng out of exIt'K'iite without light
ing, eer on tho nlcrt to fori stall an
exacted treacherous blow, his hand
had flown to Ills hlpiwckct, so 'to
speak', at tho slightest movement that
appeared to him to be auspicious.
lAs ttino wore on, however, his dis
trust hail vn'ulkbcd.and Mrs. Harris mid
her daughters ihad become a necessity
to him. He was being chlllzed. He
preferred Emma to the others, wbk.ii
U siijlng that sho was the person be
liked best on earth, but his manner of
showing it bad been repellent Ixsviuse
misnilderstood. . In the first l ice she
bad hated 'him for his buphms1 injus
tice 'to her husband, whereas, (taxing
read UrooVs 'through fro'm the Htiyt.
he despised hi in aud w'ould not "help
htm cvcii to make her lot easier. When-i
'rfcaw'hketled o'lsfrurft.'buffllu'g wlflTiih
willingness to believe that his high
cstlinato of her had been unmerited.
bad caused him to try Iter out relent
lustily: on the occasion of lier iippeal
for Brooks, nlono with blm and at
his mercy In -his rooms, she hid seen
that a w4nu heart, full Of pure '"re
gard for her, "beat beneath Ills forbid
ding, exterior. I'rotn that nljlit she
had learned, to respect htm and 'Judgoj
him nt his real alue. Ills actions und.
Idiosyncrasies received at last lbelr
As for Williams, the proof that he
bad not been deceived In her fortified
bis faith aud made him really hnppy.
Ho was getting old. He had wou bis
hard fought, lifelong battle with the
'world 'and was-us rich us he cured to
be.. The dot II was disposed to turu
monk. The yearning for affection. 'not
demonstrative, but existent, wlilch'crtrtle
wllh the upproacliof life's sunset mid
which was nut to 'be fouud elsewhere
was giatlfled there. He put ou (dip
pers, smoked his pipe, had his favorite,
chair, expressed bis views III bbfau-
thorltatlvu way aud liked to be con
But he never leased to be Impressed
'with Ibo ostentatious proclh Itles aud
aristocratic airs of Mrs. Harris and
Beth, though ho laughed Indulgently at
ruauy of the mother's foibles. To bin)
tho two women represented tho beau
monde and were authorities on all tha't
pertained thereto. He deemed It a
prhllegv to place ouu of his automo
biles nt thu family's exclusive, com
mand, und It wnr the uiott luxurious
vehicle money con Id 'buy. That he did
not -vivo 'It otltrlght 'was becuusevbu
Cared by Lydia E. Pink
XI AitLTos. X J. I feel that Lydl.iE.
Plnkham's Vegetablo Compound has
given no now uicv
li suuerca roc ten
years with serious
female troubles, In
could not sleep.
1 "Yv D doctors gave me
up, as ineysaiumy
chronic, I was in
tare whetlier I lived
or dleil. when I rend about Lvdla K
I'lnkliam's Vegetablo Compound so I
began to tako 1 1, and nm w ell again and
relieved of all my suffering.'' Mrs.
GKOltriE Joitnr, Jlox 0, Marlton, XJ.
Lydl.i .. rinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, made from nativo roots and
herbs, coitn!ns no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female, diseases wo know of, and
thousandsof voluntary testimonlulsare
on Die in tho l'lnkliam laboratory at
Lynn, Mass., from women who have
been cured from almost everv form of
female complaints. Inflammation, ul
irregularities, periodic pains, lucKacue,
Indigestion and nervous prostration.
vrry suffering woman owes it to her
Eitf lo irivo Ljilla K. l'lnkham's Vege
table Coilipoimd a trial.
If yon would like special ndvlce
about your case write aconlldcn
tlnl letter to Mrs. Pinldinni, at
Lynn, Mass. Her ndvico is free,
and ulwuVs hcUifnl.
knew their circumstances would ndt
enabfo them to maintain It
Eiiima was different from her moth
er and sister! Hue never gnve herself
ulrs. Ho full himself ucurer to bcr,
and the more Intimate they grew the
more she became endeared to blm.
She had changed much since she had
left llrooks. "a spirituality that he had
not, of course, known In her lu the old
days bad Increased, tho charm of her
personality, but bef sensible, uuaffect
ed manner, her gentleness, were ul
vvajs the same. More than ouce he
bad surprised a wistful, faraway look
hi her eyes, u fleeting expression of
melancholy, and his solicitude bad been
aroused. Something caused him to re
fruln from qucstlonlug her, but bo did
considerable pondering about It.
"What a shame It Is that a girl like
Emma Isn't married lo some ulco fel-'
low worthy of her," beremarked one
evening, uttering his thoughts aloud.'
"There are bouio things that no man
can understand, and this Is one of
Vm-tlmt sho should be handcuffed to
t dirty scalawag llko nrooks."
"Captain," ejaculated Mrs. Harris,
raising her hnnds. "you mustn'tl You
know It Is understood 'that the per
son's name Is' never to be men
I know." be said, "but 'you can't
alter facts because, being disagreeable,
you 'don't want to remember 'cm.
llrooks Is a dlsagrecablo fact, a darned
disagreeable fact, and he's Emma's
husband luto the bargain. As such
he ain't to Iks Iguored altogether, be
cause he stands between her and tho
fair pasture lauds."
"Why, enptalu," smiled Emma, "I'm
happy enough. What more could I
want than the peace I havoV
."Are jou sure, glrlV" ho nnsnered,
slinking his bead doubtfully. "I don't
know I don't know.1'
"Cerlnlnly she's happy." put In Beth.
"And, as for getting married again,
I should think she's bad 'enough of
that to last her all her life."
"It's jourlurn now, Beth," observed
".Me? Oh. 1 shall ncicr marry!"
"It doesn't follow because I bare
bis-n,uufortuuate that you should bo,"
Kilcfi:inma. "It Is easy to concelvo
or Hrfict happiness wllh tho right
I "'Of course 1 'mean I won't marry
until tllu proper man comes along. I
nIkhiIiI never make tho mlstako of
binding thyself to such n mnn as-an
that lie.ist. or eicn Jlmsy. for Instance,
though I'm uot comparing Jlmsy with
him In nny way."
"What's t'ho matter with Smith?"
grimtcd tho captain.
'"Well.ijou would never think of him
us a lover. He's so old and unroraan
tic. ItcHldrs. Ids education's terribly
"And In Isn't rich." added her moth-1
er. "When Iteth marries 1 hope It
(To Be Continued)
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. w
At the unnual meeting of the Ho
nolulu Blowing & Malting Co., Ltd.,
held" October 22d, 1909, at tho Com
pany's ollUe, Nos. S3S-CS1 Queen
street, Honolulu, T. II,, tho follow
ing ofllcois were elected for tho en-
I suing year:
Bicsldcnt Fred Harrison.
jA'Ico Piesldcnt 11. Colt Ilobron.
Treasurer and Mnnager Chas. 11,
Secretary W. C. I'nrko.
Auditor Frank llulstead.
The iih'ovo named oHIcoih, wllh J.
J. Belser und A. Hocking, constitute
tho Board of Directors. 4148-3t
Experienced bookkeeper, mercantile
Iiousq; stnto experience, ago and
solary expected. Address C, !
I)., this omcc. 4441-it
Cottago Wanted Two bed moms;
near ear line; will pay nhout $1C.
Apily W. W. , thU olllce.
Ono Mack horse, 1G hands high.
Address 1120 Tort St. 4I4S-Gt
Clean wiping rags at the Uulletln of
fice. ' SITUATION WANTED.'
Japanese Prhate Cooklag School-
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 14 (J Aufd
Lane. Phone 1CC4.
Pass book No. 4017 of the American
Savings & Trust Co. of Hawaii In
the name of Ave Kealo. 4 4 40-tit
CLEANED and OILED now, before
the busy days come, when tou will
not give it any thought, and thereby
We -have a first-class man who
will see to the wants of vour time
113 Hotel St.
, MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
GOOD 'MUSIC and
S. E. UUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Carbons and Typewriter
Once you use the Kee Lox
you'll have no other. They're
strictly the best in the mar
ket. NRibbons of all colors
all kinds of typewriters.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
" Alexander Young; Bids;,
Novels. Scientific and Reference
Books of All Kinds.
'A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., opp. Union,
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
EXCELSIOR DIARIES. CALEN
DAR PADS and OFFICE DAILY
JOURNALS for 1010 your money
itr.TY wrmrnTe nft TTn
nnuu, munviia vy., !. ttt .,
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
, & TELEPH0NE-
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
Ir tin office.
N TS 1
One large mule, well bioko and gen
tle, pilco $100. One set douhla
harness, price (20. Ono double
seated hack, nttcd with pole nnd
brake; In first-class condition:
unliable fur (uuntiy; price SlOli.
City lVed Stoic, 1121 lleretauln St.
Kerns Australian md other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnotts plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Bakery
Handsomely tnniicd nnd mounted
Alankan grizzly rug. Address
Horse and surrey;
dress "X Y. ..,"
$100 cash. Ad
Furnished from luom; slO per
month. Hm.ill housekeeping
room, suitable for ono person, ft
per month, nt 1603 Nuuanu St.
Room nnd board In, private family,
Maklkl District, for two gentle
men or couple. Address S Bul
letin omcc. 4429-tt
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlcke, 124S Beretanla Ave.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
We ate in line with the
best assortment of
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain. '-
Just ask. for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
CO., Ltd. ,
Eint; and Port Sts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretanla Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
Mr'and Mm. Hashimoto,
178,BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment
137 MERCHANT STREET. "
First-class residence property, sit
nated at Pawaa on Kins and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric libt and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hauula and other prop
erty. P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California nzd
New. York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
ttoftgajre's, Deeds, Bills of Bale,
Ceases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for tho
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST, -
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.