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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. TJIUP.3DAY. OCT 2S, IftO'i.
Klme. Lninboit from Paris will open
this month n school for oung In
dies who dcBlrc to know how to
make their own (Ileuses, Ilnrrl-
son Mock. Doretnnln mid Fort.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
1260 Alapal fit.
DuiscnberR & Farrar, Architects, 62-
oj Aiczanuer rouug uuuuiug.
1IXS- BULLETIN ADS PAY
m aEH m
I H BffiHHr Its AdvantaKC5 over ftl1 others:
'I -flfJSlM ' SUPPORTING
v'H YjajiK the muscles of the lower'part of the
JIQH lc"s strSrthens wearer, lessens fa-
.' JHLakaVaa ti(e' 've ,QnWe 'free action go-
' Jasas9 ing jo, not over it.
il IffEMf CONVENIENT'
H TOW9Maw only tvo buckles, no buttons; quick-
Jm mljawMg ly put on antl oir
J I lOV SHAPELY
AM SafaY ' n:aJo of one Picce ot pJKakin, mould.
"I PH cd to the leg; no seams to rip, al-
! iQrW LB "" "uv is snupc; uispiaces an
31 .ttfimM other leggings.
Jjl lHBB PIGSKIN
SI IhDPH t,ein? DOrous the perspiration evap-
Vgfl orates, leaving the leg dry.
J.'B ILhA rrice ?6-50
WH IIIIIIIIh sf Jt Ol C4
H IV Ketai 3noe 3iore.
S a'llf; Cwncr King and Bethel. S
I he Best and Cheapest
We make rubber stamps
guarantee satisfaction. Best
Hawaiian News Co. Ltd.,
Alexander Young Eldg,
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HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGINQ. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. " "
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 317.
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IJUSTACE - PECK CO, LTD
63 QUEEN STREET
Estimates riven on all kinds of Dravintr. Teamine. Road Buildlnp.
Firewood, Coal, Waianao- Sand For Sale. . . .'
Maloti, the celebrated Indian Chiro
podist, remotes corns .painlessly
nnd permanently. Territory
House, G4C So. King St. 4443-lw
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pauuhl Sts. Call up
phone C97 1( you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dra'matio Studio,
17G Ileretnnla. Phone 33.
Vee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Fmlfh St..- bet. Hotel and Pauthl.
Approved by the War Depart
ment ns'the Regulation Legging for
the Officers of the U. S. Army and
of every description
quality of rubber usedr
ULU '"'i' " J'1
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vienna. V. Vn "I twi ii'.., r..
tho last ten years of my life to Lydla
Eleven jears ago I
was n walking
shadowM had been
tinder tho doctor's
My husband per
suaded mo to try
pouiul audit worked
like n charm. It re
lieved all mv ti.ilna
misery. 1 adviso nil RiilTcrlmr
women to tnko Lydla Ji I'Inkham's
Vegetablo Compound." Mns. Kiliix
Vi H i:ato.v, Vienna, ,V. Va.
Lvdla E. I'lnkliam'H Vpmtnlila nnrn-
vuiiu, niano irom native roots nnd
erbs. contains no tmrtntlra nr hinn.
Jul drugs, and to-day holds th6 record
for the largest number of actual cures
or remain diseases of any similar medl.
cino In the country; and thousands of
voluntary testimonials are on file In
rinkhain laboratory at Lmn.
Mnsi., from' women who' have bi
mien wlin liftvn fioo.
ciirea irom almost every form of
fenale complaUts, lnllammatlon, ul-
It 'gularltles.perlodlo pains, backache,
I Igestlon nnd Nervous prostration.
J ery such suffering woman owes It to
1 rself to plvu Lydla K. l'lukliam's
egctnble Compound a trial.
If you would Ilkoxpeclal advice
about your cai! write confiden
tial letter to rIr. l'lnltlinni. at
Lynn, Slasn. Ilcr udvlco Is free,
And nlwiijn lielpf ul.
1129 Fort Sit.
Fine Rolls and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
Ring up 107.
A Skin of Beauty is i Joy Forever
PB. T. MUX GOLRAUD-S ORIENTAL
V CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTinU
Urkti Tif PlwiJAL
Ram, and nktn Ummm,
r Xi . 1 rcnrncnd
(4iirniiil's Crm atthev barmfnl M il h
kl truUun yr ! It ll tvum and I ancf
towla iXalati la Ui Ubltad MaW, Uaalda aud Xuropt
Itowla ZXaiati la Ui Ubltad Mafv, Uaaida aud Xuropt
TEBaT.H0PUX1.Prci.. 37 6iestJcnes Sirttt. KewTr
Turkeys and Geese
Tour machine will b ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on antos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5
G. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Horse Shoeing by Skilled
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
t1 fij m
O '4 5 A "7 V5s ' m Hart. fcM
5 8 1 w S tttltiibart
ij O lil ( AccipB)ooiUaV
yV en kwV wt r mMi
foMJki,,""iNrnJ'v' V nf. Pr, L. A.
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Novelized From Eugene
Walter't Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
CoWrihl. IMS. kr a W. Dllllajlm C
re shuddered and writhed In agony
of torment, tunilnc his pitiful, stream
Ing cje upon .Smith.
"Oh, Jlmny. If you would only kill
me nnd etui It nil," he racaned. "Oh.
If 1 only1 hnd the courngo to kill my
self!" , "
Smith, greatly ngltnted. looked at the
miserable man In perplexity, '
"I wish I could belli iou. Joe." he
said. "Uut this time' I ddn't sec how
you can bo helped.;'
It Isn't possible. There's nothing
you could do. ''I'm donexfor. It's my
own fault." he sobbed.' "1 brought It
nil on myself. I lm been Swuk-oh.
nook nnd a fool. And lio'wlt's come
to this, 'o: nobody's to blame but lay-sclf-uulcss
It's Urama'." '
lie rosp to ro.j ''
"Shako hands with me. Jinny," he
bet-Red. "It's tho hand of a thief, n
criminal's hand, but you were glad to
tnl.e It in friendship once, when It was
honest, nnd It's tlie Inst tlmo I'll cut
ask )ou to do an) thing for.me. You'll
never teo r.ie nRali."""
Smith grasped the hand held out to
him, nnd his pressure was more elo
quent of his feeltnfe thnli mere words
could have l!ccn."llo''could"flnd no
phrases adequate to' express them, so
remained silent, but be slipped Into
the wretched 'man's pocket ns llrooks
passed out ot the' door n ljundto of
banknoleii that be had taken without
counting from n drawer. ,
Bnowhnd bcgUn to fill. A high
wind, blowing apparently from all
quarters, hardened the flakes and pro
pelled them with stinging force Into
tho faces of tho people In tbo streets,
llrooks had no umbrclln, nor bad be
gloves, and the wind cut to tho bone.
Yet he paid scant heed to bis, discom
fort and ambled away from Smith's
abode. Ho turned, up his coatcollar
nnd pulled his hat over hi "yes., More
than onco when he thought; he wan
being followed he went sick with fear.
Every mlriuto ho expected 'to; feci a
hand on his shoulder. .
' Why should he lack tho pluck to kill
himself? A fugitive from 'justice.
.frleudless nnd penniless, cverytblna
that wits worth while In life gone fur
ever, uhat hnd he lo hopo from llylugl
The prison door from which be bad
sliruuk with such dread before uow
wns wide open lo receive him,' would
receive him ns Inotltnbty as day would
rollowNtho night. lie remembered h.iv
lug, read that a man shot through the
brain never felt the messenger 'Which
snuffed out his life. In tbo drawer of
his bureau mis n loaded revolver that
ho had long kept Jhcre for self protec
tion In. etise of ueed. A movement of
his finger would end all. A feeling
almost or relief enmo with this thought,
and he quickened his steps. There was
only one thing to fear now that be
would bo caught before he could reach
his room. As be trudged along he
found himself at the corner of the
street lu which the Harrises lived."
i:mmal How different sho hnd been
from tho other! Sho had not taken;
sho had given. Love had not been
dependent upon tho bringing of gifts:
It had been lavished upon him. .When
he had been despondent she had com
forted him; wheu things vvrte going
wrong she bad encouraged him: when
bis head ached she bad rented It On
her bosom. And It hnd come tp-'tlils-that
he hnd lost ,ber and. with her.
all; " thut ho Tins an outcast at hvr
door. ' '
An Insane dcslro to see her ton!; pos
sesion of him. It gfevvi became uver
powering, swept aside all the objec
tions of reason. Ho was n dyhtjc ml:i.
nud nothing wot denied to the d,vftig
He reduced bis steps and nuu-llie
bell. Tho floor opened, and he ascend
cd the well remembered stnlrsi. Mrs
Harris' flat wus on the first lauding. A
maid who did not know blm ailswered
"Is Mrs. nrooks at homo?" ho asked,
Tho girl shook her bead.
"Mrs. llrooks? No; no one of that
namo lives here. This Is Mrs. IldrjU'
apartments. Mrs. Harris nud Miss
Iletli liavo gono out. Miss Kmraa Is
Miss Kmrnat Sho bad even discard
ed Ills name, then I The blow' was
"I would like to sec her."
"Your curd. sir. pleaso."
"Tell her Mr. Smith Is calling."
The namo hnd flashed to hllu with
tho couvlctlou that sho would not re
ceive blm If ho gave his own.
He followed on tho heels of th
"You needn't bother," ho said 'and
brushed past her at the door of tho
Emma was arranging somo orna
ments on the mantelpiece. Tor a mo
ment sho did pot recognize him. Then
she recoiled, with a lltllo cry, from tho
wild eyed, dlnbevcU'd specter who,'
hat In hand, stood before her,
"Yes, i:mma. It's me, or what Is
left of me," lib said.
"What brings you hero' How did
you get lu)" she demanded, with'
"J)ou't bp nrrnliL You ba.vo nothing
'1 : :
Feel ".All In?"
More than likely you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Bowels to become weak
and inactive, and if such is
the case, you ought to take a
, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
Tou'llfind'it just the medi
cine vou've been needing. It
will tone and strengthen the
"inner man" and prevent
Sick Headache, Billioutncss,
Kidney Troubles. Dvspepsia,
Indigestion and Malaria.'
For sale by Uenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; HolJIitor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Cknmbsrs Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
to 17-ur TrdTirine.""he nsMfrFO'her. "-l'u
going on n long Journey us. a long,
long Journey, and I've come to sny
goodby. You'll never see mo ngalu.
I shall be Uo more trouble to any
body." "There Is no need to come here. I
cannot receive sou. You mu.t go."
"i:iiinin. I know Miw bad I was to
"I cannot llntcn to your excuses. It
Is useless to recall the past, l'lcaso
"1 have no wish to recall It, I ask
only your forglreness-nsk It as n dy
ing mail. Youcartnot refuse."
"You ,have been dead long years to
mc. nnd I hne prajed Ood that I
lYIUlamt dealt Mm a siniislilng blow.
might never seo you again. I paid
you lu full fur my freedom. Why
have you come to trouble mo? Go.
pleanp, und leuvo me In peace."
"All right," he said sorrow fully. "1
will go. Gocdby, Kmmn."
Willi bowed head he went toward
the door, stopped and turned to her
with outstretched nrms, pleading 'In
"Ilmina, ono kiss my pardon nnd
iibolutloii before I die' '
"No; th, no"
j She retreated, shuddering, terrified.''
He followed her, despcrn'e, resolved
lo tnl:e by force what she would not
give, to feol once morp In his nrius tho
Utile fiirm that once bad nestled there
She re ad Ids purposo and shrieked.
Mrs. Harris, Iletli und
Hams' were Just entering, a
rushed In with ihc muld.
llrooks turned to escape ns Kmma, al
most hysterical with horror nnd fear,
uttered scream after scream. He run
right Into Williams, who recognized
him nt onco and dealt him n mniishlng
blow that sent blm to tho floor. Then
the captain grasped tho half stunned
man uiidpulliug him to bis feet, held
htm while ho Inquired what had hap
pened. i:mmn, calmed by her motlicr and
sister, tremblingly explained. Wil
liams looked nt bis prisoner, undecided
vvhiit lo do. llrooks did not open his
mouth. Tho captain walked him out
on tho landing nnd. threatening to'klll
blm If ho ever dared to molest Kmma
ngiitn, threw hlm'dowu tho stairs, ''
CTo Be Continued)
REAL POLAR FARE.
"Help n poor explorer wot Is Just
bark fiom do unrt pole," whined tho
tramp at tho kitchen window, "and
glvo mo n bite of chicken plo nnd
"Nnnscnsa!" lemonstinted (ho
good housewife, "Uxplorers nro no(
used to c-hlckeu plo und milk biscuit.
Hero's nn old pair of boots und hull
n cn.nllo. H.it und bo meiry,"
lr . . TT.
V BJSJjr BULLETIN ADS PAY
i. Aaaaa, "
Wanted Suhlnapcclors (construc
tion) nt $1 24 per diem. A com
petitive examination will bo held
, nt the Naval Station, Hawaii, Ho
nolulu, T II., November 17 liOS,
for the puipoi) of establishing tin
eligible icgUtcr of siihlnspcctnrs
(construction ). I "or application
nnd further Information address
"Commandant, Nnvnl Stn'tlon, Ha
wall, Honolulu, T. II." 4l3I-:it
Hoy .living with parents, with n
tatto for drawing, to learn in
gruvlng Undo. Apply llcukbane,
1'ort Stieet. 4 150-lvv
Room and boa 'd In private, family In
Mal.lKI district by two joung
women. Address i: Si, llullctln.
Cottage Wanted -Two bed rooms;
near car line; will pay about 15.
Apply W. W. V this olllce.
Ono black hone, 1C hnnds high.
Address 1120 1'ort St. 4443-Ct
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japancss Private Cooking School
famines or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzte, 14G7 Auld
iane. Phone 1C64.
Young fox terrier; black und white.
Pleare return to Mrs. M. Mcln
crny, Judd nnd Llllha Sts., and re
ceive reward. 4 4 49-31
CLEANED And OILEl) nmv. iWnt
the btliv riavi rtmm. whuti m will
not pve it any thought, and thereby
We have a first-class man who
will see to the wants of vour time
113 Hotel St.
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,
MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
GOOD MUSIC and
Masonic Buildinp, cor Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class soec-
tacles prdperly fitted call on him.
First large shipment just opened.
Hotel St., Opp, Union,
A. B. ArLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel. St, opp. Union.
rS 0n ea,y monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
EXCELSIOR THAMES flATVEM.
DAR PADS and OTTIfrE T1ATT.V
JOURNALS for 1910 your money
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
185 editorial rooms 250 busl.
ness office. Thou are th telephone
nunibtrs of the Bulletin office.
One large mule, well broke nnd gen
tle, price J100. One ret doublo
hornets, price $20. Ono double
seated hnck, fitted with pole ami
brake; In first-class Condition;
suitable tor couiitiy; prko J 100.
City Keed Store, Bit lltictanla St.
Kerns Australian ind other varie
ties; also logs, backets, begonia
nnd Etephnotls plants. Tor par
ticulars call on Miss Jehnxon, Tort
street, near Vienna Ilnkery
Handsomely tanned and mounted
Alaskan grizzly rug. Addroi
Kurnlshcd front room; 110 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, lultnhlo fur one person, (ii
per moalli, at 10ii3 Nuunnu St.
Koom nnd board In private family,
Maklkl District, for two gentle
men or couple. Address S Hul
letln office. 4429-tt
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlckc, 1245 Ueretania Ave.
I'lirnlslied rooms; single and for
houstdveeplng; with gns. lfiCU
Nuunnu. 4 150-lvv
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mre.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished Cottage. Inqulro Cottngo
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without hoard. lC3t
Niiuauu Ave., neur School St.
Prices moderate. 44ijn-tr
For Health and Beauty
Ccrac to sec them.
Cor. Fort and Kinc Sts.
Corner Union and Beretania Sts
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m., Sat
Tiaji excepted. Operatincj, 8-ia
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
I7S BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
137 MERCHANT STREET. "
First-class reitdenn nrnnnrfv alt.
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lloht and tro. Aim
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at jiau.ua and other prop
erty.. P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Kid
New York: NOTARY PHRT.iiV
Grant Marriage Licenses: Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for tho
District Courts. 79 MERHHAWT ST
10N0LTJI.U: PHONE 310.
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