Newspaper Page Text
rA'KNINO nUU-CTIN,-HONOLULU, T II., SATURDAY, OKC. 18, iflOO.. .
SPEIGELMYER TO ADOLPH
Mln Til. mil ii.i It i i 1. n -tlmo
iiimii li since I ii. hi i ml. I miu
FOtnethliigs uli'Mil HiIh pl:r . lull Mini
lull. Adolph. things as mining In
null a v dciwii here dm I ttnn'i wain
to know htmi I van at hlr nff dor
jilm'p per vim different fpvprn strKo
(bin Fit) rrcfv uttiv 'iih umijymi
liet I don't km Jeit when ltd comes in
1'oiilt In shlyle. Dfer latest, fad Us io.
Algtjtn from your Jnb Iff ytin holt got
'argboi onn. . I don't Know If I vlll fol-
luw dot shtle or not.
tier latest one who could not shtnnd
jttl.i, prqHiirr to kern omit, off Wr
-,iflUvlm Ibh drr mn liul I nil bohllim
Hown dor Fedornl JndKorhlp lint
., p&y, Artolph. ilfTfi'T yon oHtr think dot
' ilero vtu nobody vimt vqntu doujnb
ncVo In mor.. an four follem vofklnu
tJroiind mil a I hnff-riitfiidp-vinnr)-
' bird Fnilli- Hproudina: !W dcr fan-. Inn
II Inn hard m (ell ihl li win ) ke"p
1 urn mi ' i -ii li . ii .I. i m.ii I. .
n Kii illmi- ' i ii Tli in snip; II i I
1). t Mm I cit imdi "Ide off nil I conl. I
loi nunc icasi iib than one Offcouiso '
1 told tier landl.id) dut I Miiild Inn der
turkey fur dcr big i-iit. Yon Know 1
ng always tender hearted like dot j
Tut Nutter Act In. 1 m:.y got a turkey
lilt t Mil not 'my Ml'. I Mil steal II.
Ret iirrcfifctt ami i:iy der lino titui saw
J3.41 by my bright lili'.t I
Vu vns nil hearing nioro ns n little .
oboudt dot finding oft der ninth pole.
1int to Ibs going to do mil lilt now dot
le linff found It iss more Hum Spiegel
myer can nay. Mr. Cool: mid Mr. Hei
ry lintli claim Io Imff Mm dor race'lint
as der Ins almost a year's difference
In tlmo between Mien dcy claimed to
Iinrt reached dcr finish line Idt don't
M13 ccem to lie much off n Job to It'll
which off dein on. I'eary sa dot
Took didn't Ret" lh"in, imil Cook he
nlnmt saws wood niul don't j-lff I'eiiy
in Kilnters to nur'j ii his record on
(leh A''.ilih ('ink Mit fnxev
I'f. i If .1. lioih i,l:l flinl der north
l"ili I think lint .li . cut for nil off
im ,ni mi i.iiiiiMiiipiwiwnipaii,i ! mm i
i-r llf. a iirk Ik a lUrned poor nho-.v-Iiik
Hut iIhii joii ean't a!vnn tell
lutt Mil pleafe some men. Hut cfen
mm mil nil on iIIh itlorj Biirroundlns
I'ein how dele IihiiiIh must nchu hcn
iley ImlT to ii.iv der Ice mini. ,
All olT dcr i-oldler'H officers ,Miat llf,
In deso llneo ls Kotlltif; ready to nee
how fur dey can tide before doj fall
off of der linrpc dey Mia riding. Dey,
Mil hnf to ride ninety miles und dey,
huff Rot tno days to do It In mlt to
men to help them Ket on der homo
und dey Mil hnff two horses on derl
trlii. 1W Idea off furnlKhltiK llilima
In dupllc.ile Ins nlrlphl. like two horxei)
uinl two helpeis hut hat de Mil most
need nfter dey haf cone nliout twenty
miles Irs not furnished In diiplleale,
und dey don't Mil he allowed pillows
Dcic ns not ro m.'ful iniieli more
dot I eau told miii how hut pcrhnp
I Mil (nme up, dol .iy purty iiulclt.
but don't miii opcit dot I lll stay
Ioiik I neffer da. Vhen 1 ro nvny I
always Mink to Kt hack I Ret home
i.lck Io hear dot dnrk-coniplexloned
liulctier In dcr Mctiopolltnn market
say "Hoy here."
I see by der rapers dero vus koIiik
to he n new steamship line started
Irom dcr const hut I think dot, dey do
not oxH;ct dere no.v KhtcamcrH to slay
In InisluesH Ioiik for ono off der first
IhliiKs dey undo up mis n slnklnK
fund. Dots f tinny. I'toplo better
Bbtop n lltllo before dey t;o on dose
Der (lrnnd Jury has been mnklim
some In ventilations hero but lilt Iss
no use to told jon a'joat deni but I
lll attach a slory In orso, und jou
know how I shine on dot business.
"I know each jua.u.upoii Hip force,.
Who claims to be my pair
Hut there is one who kIvcs me bumps,
And that Is Chief ."
"I thctiRht the time was nood and ripe
To hand him out a 'roast'
He couldn't answer back to me,
' He'd gone up to the coast,",
"My witnesses .nil stood pa,t, atid when
I'd handed out the tip
Dot i;ast my bloomln' vus, bo cntno
Hack on the very next ship."
"The bluff I made at Rollins facts
Worked for n little while;
And then the Inquisition
' Commenced to fumo and rile."
"My wllnesscs's story seemed to stick
In tlio thraattt.of Jhaf, Jury Grand.
And I knew the tlf tiling was nil olf,
When " "vent on Ilia
"nut sny, did over a Sheriff feel
Like belclilng"forth a'so'i;
They cleared hfm nnd tcquestcd mo
To give him back his Job."
STORY OF A FOX
FOR THE CHILDREN, BY MERL
(Tune Holy City.)
There wns n Utile Sheriff, oncn
Who lled npiMi iih Islu;
Ills llmo In olllcc gettliiK short.
Says ho "I'll stay ahllc.
Tiae Selection of Good Things for the
Christmas Dinner will cause no
worry if you consult this List:
Miiicc-mcat, Plum Pudding, Fruit Cake, Brandied Fruits
Swoot-pickled Fruits, ZFaucy Preserves and Jellies,
Mai'ascliiuo Cherries, Marrons in Brandy and Syrup, "V
A good many jears ago I used to hack, or If danger threatened wo
live wllli my two sister foxes and my could dodgo back Into the cae. Dut
mother fox In n big cae on the side hunger was dilvlng ua to desperate
of the' hill that was near a beautiful, moves' bo I up nnd Btnrted off at a
brisk trot along a path that I had
tdrcam of water. Our enve home was
hecurc from Intrusion by other ani
mals to a certain degree by the fact
that a big tree had fallen across the
mouth of It, and a IiIk' broken brunch
once seen mother como over when I
was pecking out the hole under the
fallen tree. My two sisters followed
mo quite clore, and we had possibly
Sweet Cider, Boiled Cider, Cranbcriy Sauce,
I fpJ '.! !''.
-m m 1 1 Y 4J mT TT "V V
raucyxaoio xv,aisiiis, irixi'on, urniige ana lcikou sreei, ; JTt -
' 1: "
Olives (All Varieties, Stuffed and Plain), Pickles,
Assorted Nuts, Frozen Eastern and Cocktail Oysters,
Cheese (All Varieties), Bon Bon Crackers Fancy , .
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Lehnhardt's Choice Candies
" IN FANCY AND PL' IN BOXEi-ALL SIZES FOR CHRISTMAS
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd
I " -.
- '! ' '' ! i iip ini - i .iwnf ii i i i i ii i pi - !- .mMrmmm----miwiw
t?m'"x-aimvimttrnUm-- uuAitrtprjsimius. r i iBiwinfiiiwiiiiniamiMiiiiiiiiii iwm fkimhmh ii i
Vh SDWA J
the cava and sec If mother had come
back yet. I was erfcctly witling to.
do ia for I wns not half as brave ns
I looked. When we arrived at the
cave no elgns of mother were found,
and I may stato that wo never saw
The tin co of us held a" confab and
concluded that wo must find somn
food or we would stnrxe to death, so
we made another start Into the coun
try. This tlmo we got so far from
home that It was useless to turn back
ind besides we were getting so hungry
'hat something desperate must bo
lono very soon. We had trotted along
'jut a short way when I heard u very
illght nolso ahead of mct and caution
'ng my slftera to keen quiet I ad
vanced ry stenlthly along Iho path,
ind sticking mv nose around a bush
I beheld n big fat jack rabbit, I was
ilmost on .top of him before ho Baw
no and It did not tnko me imnv Bee
inds to nab him along tlio back Just
whero mother had often Instructed
us to bile whp'i we wauled to make
a suro kill. My sisters nnd I soon
devoured 'the Jick-rabblt and felt much
bettor, nlthough I must confess that
I could hnvo eaten nbnut six rabbits
at that tlmo I was bo hungry.
Along In Iho af lei noon, ns wo weie
iiid slopped the holo except for n.gono n half mile when one of my
htuull place that was Jimt largo enough sisters suggested that we go buck to
for mother to sqiicez her body through
after she had fcacttd on a. big fat hen.
The cave was big and roomy and
wo youngster foxes had many a gam
bol and frolic on Its smooth floor.
Often mother would leave us and bo
gone for nearly a half a day but she
always cautioned lis never to leno
the cave while she was gone.
I don't remember my father fo
cry well and only ono Incident con
iicctcd with him, and that was when
wo oung foxes were very sninll am'
mother had to stay with lis all of
the time, father fox used to. come Ir
two or three times n day with some
thing for mother to eat. Some timer
It was a hen und some times It wa'
a hlg fnt goose. One day when wr
had grown big enough to tumble nbou
and climb over mother's back an-'
tuko particular notice of things, w
snw mother suddenly prick up he
ears and listen very shnrpcly: then
she sprang to her feet, throwing n
off her Inck In every direction nm'
going to tno opening or the cave she
hiick her nose out nnd sinned so
hard nnd so long that wo youngster?
knew that there was danger In the
air of como kind and wo huddled wny
back In tlio darkest corner of the
cave, rrotentiy mother squeezed out
thioogh the hole nnd was gone about
five minutes when r.lio came dashing
back and wo heard her say somo
thing about Iho hounds chasing fath
or. Wo never caw father again am'
to Judge by some of t(ie experlencer
Hint I have had clnco I have become
n big fox I giicsi: tlio hounds caugh
Aftor that mnlher had to go out nnd
get Iho food for us to oat, Unit she
nuier left without gIMr.g us the com
mand not Io go ouUlde the cae, and
wo minded her pretty well.
Ono day as mother was getting
leady to depart on a hunt for somo
food, one of my Bisters expicssol a
desire for somo goose nnd mother
I romlrcd that If we wore good foxes
t.ho would bring a goaso If It was
possible In get one. Wei, we waited
all that day and mother never camo
and wo wero three pretty hungry
foxes that night ns wo cuddled up
close nt Iho far end of the cave, and
although wo were fairly good sized
foxes this was the first tlmo wo bad
ever been alone all night, and wo
wero eiy hungry In tho bargain,
Tlio next morning wo woko up
hungrier than ever, nnd finding no
signs that mother had been there dur
ing tho night wo crept very quietly
to the holo and looked out as far as
wo could do bo without going outside
I guess because I am a boy fox my
two sitter faxes looked to mo for pro
tection, for when I told them that 1
was going out to find somo food'they
both said that they were going with
me. Thero seemed to be a respon
sibility resting on mo now and I
inarched out very bravely followed
by two sisters. Wo bung around tho
mouth of tho enve for qulto a whllo
in the. hnpo that mother would como
For Mtlnz, drinking and cooking
Pure, Dtllclous, Nutritious
I 't" 1 W&mmmmY
Kblirf4 V, I. rlml Oltlet
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Haker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened, 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Silt tjr Ludlnf Orocin In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MA55, U.S.A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
rounding tho brow of a hill, wo came
suddenly on a farm house that sat
down In the valley, and 1 remarked
to my sisters that It would be a most
likely place to plck'a good fat hen
or two after It wai' dark, and we
concluded to havo a little rest nnd
Bleep In n grove Hint-1 could seo not
ery far nwny to tlio, right.
Wu were all Boon sound asleep wjlh
our nosts (licked tinder our tails to
keep tho fllos from bptherlng us, nnd
I wns dreaming a -moBt beautiful
dream of a lot of white geese that
wero ctandtng around in a circle wait
ing for me to cat them when a dread
ful shouting nnd breaking or twigs
and the barking of doga brought un
to out feet from the delightful nap wo
were taking. It was the dreaded
hounds and hunters that my mother
had bo often told us about, but It was
too late for us to otcapc being seen
now, for nt that luntnnt tho pack of
hounds burBt Into tho dealing and
gave voice to that dreaded ,b.irk that
told tho riders that a fox had been
started and that tho chaso was on.
It waB ut that fine that I lost track
of my two slutcra for In our excite
ment we bad 'plunged Into the brush
In dlfTcient directions. Soma of the
hounds nnd riders took nfter me and
I gae them a merry chaBe for at that
time 1 was yoirig and strong. Across
tho valley and up over tlio hills we
went until I begin to feel a little
tired, and when they prcincd me too
tloso tho fox Instinct in mo camo to
tho surface and I doubled on ' them
and took to n small stream that I
inn up a ways thus throwing them off
All of thnt happened a good many
jears ago mid I have led many a
pack of hounds a long run and luve
escaped capture to far. How It fared
with my two sisters I do not know
for I have neve? seen (hem since.
PIANO STOCK ON SALE
The Thayer I'lano Co. received
sixteen pianos by the I.urllne. This
Is it pait of tho Christmas piano
stock on rale at this popular Mora
during the time Intervening until
Christmas. A reduction of twelve
to fifteen per cent on .regular piano
prices Is being miido on this stock.
The Stclnwny & Son's piano, being
In a class by Itself, both In construc
tion und tone quality, nccessaiily
commands a greater price than any
of tho other pianos of old makers.
When you want photographs that
are ie.il likenesses pose for your plc-
tute ut the M. K .Henry Gallery on
Hotel street opposite the Art Theater.
(Enlargement work done. Also print
ing and developing.
Eight nurses at tho Cook Cojinty
Ilobpltal, Illinois, nro stricken with
diphtheria and are confined In the con
tagious wards of the Institution. Asldo
from the nurses there is only one diph
theria patient ut the county hospital.""
Maurice Cornell, a survivor of tho
Orcely North', pole expedition, declares
his belief Uiat Dr. Frederick A, Cook
reached the polo.
Col. Cyrus Lears, who commanded
tho )rty-nlnth Negro Infantry tlu.
Ing tho Civil War, died at Upper San
no un c eme
f E beg to advise the public that with the remodelling of our
establishment, we are in position to give special attention to
the family trade.
All orders, when requested, will be delivered in sealed pack
ages by the Territorial Messenger Service without extra charge.
MAK AND TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AT
Peacock & Co., Ltd.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
KIHfiTDlir II .ill Wt-W i
.,m,-klm, mtitt r- ' nriftriiri -ii-iMIYt J- --'- "
xMWMiyiMM i il ii awiiwr w,