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EVENING BULLETIN, H6N6LULtJ, T. H 1 WEbNEsiUY, JAN' 19. vhtr- -
Mfeflflfc ; Exquisite
e the ART GOODS shown in the
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ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
On Fort Street below King.
They, tie exclusive! Injm'ost instances.
San Francisco Hotels
For Good Furniture
Livery and Board
, ' Telephone 109 ' '
cents for (he Hudson, Chalmers
lietroit, Kiisel Kar, Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
Short Stories For Evening Hours
JIMMY ALLISON'S ROMANCE
Your machine will be ready lot
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on antosj we retail
Von Hamm -Young
5 Telephone 5 (
Automobile ' "Stand
BEHm has nils 'new' 7-seated auto
ready for business at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets
"The Best-Built Car in AmenfA"
GET A TOP THAT FITS,
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
Automobile-Top Builders '
J. W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
v.Byt Hour, or Trip.
Jos. Leal -
PHONE 609. ,
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE
Buy a Vibrator and stimulate your
nerves and increase your circulation
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. C. Carter Proprietor
HARRISON BLDG. - Phone 315.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
t.r. D.llver.d to any pari ef city by
court. ou. driver.
OAflU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewale. , , Telephone '.
Jimmy Allison sat bolt upright with
a sudden movement and formed both
hand about Ills lips, so that his, volco
Uould carry as far as possible.
"Look outl" he elioutcil. "There's a
sunken rock ahead of you."
The warning was too late, and tho
speeding launch with a girl and a man
hn board, crashed upon tho hidden ob
ject, heeled over, and began to sink.
lly this time Jimmy Allison was on
lira feet, flinging aside his canvas hunt
ing coat and kicking oft his shoes.
"Stick to tho boat!'; he called In a
resonant tone. "I'll bo there In a
lie bounded across the slender
thread of sand that lay bet wen him
nnd tho Adirondack lake, and plung
ed In, swimming llko a champion go
ing after a world's record.
When he returned he was carrying
the slender form of a half-drowned
girl, unconscious, partly from water
ami partly from fright.
Jlmni) Allison quickly fetched a tin
cup with some whisky In It and pour
ed a little of the liquor between the
lips of bis patient and before long she
wan looking about her, faintly smiling.
"I am nil right now,", she said In a
voice that was not very steady but
quite musical. "I can't say enough."
"I hope," broko In (ho athletic
joung camper, "jon won't try. You
arc snaking iet with that freezing
water, nnd If jou don't hate some
dry clothes jou will catch jour
"I don't sec how I am going to
change Just now," she declared.
"That Is, unless jou loan mo yours."
"flood suggestion," replied Allison.
decisive!). "Oo Into the lean to be
hind the blanket, and help yourself out
of my suit rase. Then ou can put
Hie othei blanket around ou while
your garments dry out." '
Hut what will sou doi" me gin
asked, obclnK him mecnnnicany as
though accustomed to , following his
"Oh,'' returned Allison, blithely, "t
am used to It. Water won't do me
any harm nu long as I keep IL on tho
So matters were arranged, and there
was a brief spare of sllenco. Finally
the girl, still hidden behind tho blan
ket, called out: ,
"I siidposo we ought to bo Intro
duced. My nomo Is Heatrlco Yates."
"Delighted to meet you. Miss YatcB."
laughed the man b tho kindling
boughs "Tho reception was a little
cool, but I don't mind If you don't. My
nunio Is Alllson-rJImmy Allison."
More silence. Then Miss Yates'
olco from Inside tho lean-to!
"What became, of 'Charley you
know who I mean tho person In the
launch with mo?"
Jimmy Allison's eyes dilated for an
Instant, nnd his teeth snapped to
gether sharp!) ,
I "I donit know precisely The last
l saw or lilm he was swimming due
north uiul rapidly .approaching dry
finally Miss Yates came out of the
lean to, clad in Jimmy Allison's at
tire, with u blanket wrapped about
her, and her long hair rippling down
over her sliouldeis.
Jimmy Allison hud u cup of Btcam
ihg coffee rejdj for her when sho ap
proached. '"Drink this as hot as j ou can
stand It," ho directed. "It may pre
vent jou from taking cold." '
Tho girl followed his wlshos with
They, chnttcd'wllhouT constraint for
"I suppose Charley will bo rather
lonesome where he landed." said Al
lison after n time, with a touch of
malicious satisfaction In his voice.
Miss Yates did not reply, which
might havo been construed as mean'
Ing she was not deeply concerned.
"I might go after him with the en.
noe," he said, "only that I stova In
her bows yesterday. I am afraid
Charley will have to stay where ho
Is for tho present."
'Toll me," ho resnmed, changing
tho subject, "where did you come
"My father," replied Miss Yatos,
"has a summer camp two or three
miles up tho lake one of those ab
surd places that Is a city lu'ausloit In
"I suppose," observed Jimmy, af
ter a nioinentl"yonr futher and his
friends will be growing anxious about
you pretty soon. What will they think
has become of you?"
'Tattler Ib a practical man. When I
fall to conic back ho will take the
othor launch and go searching for
"Charley will find It rather cool ov.
or there bejond that point," he said
Bomowhat viciously, as he slammed a
heavy log upon tho biasing mass,
sending up a rush of sparks. "The
evenings are chilly In the mountains."
"Please don't bo .anxious about
Charley," rejoined Miss Yntea, watch
ing the smoke and flames, "I didn't
know ho was such a "
Bhe left the sentence unfinished,
and Allison did not complete It for
Suddenly changing tho subject, he
"What will jou do If your people
don't, think of this out-of the-woy
cove or sail past without noticing
"1 will wall till they do come that
Is, It I mny."
Miss Yates' eyelids wero becoming
heavy, and Jimmy Allison went Into
the lean-tojind brought out on Inflated
rubber pillow, which ho placed back
of her head against tho tree. Then
ho threw ovor her the blanket that
had been hanging from th6 front of
his rude dwelling, and piled more
wood upon the Are,
There icamo a centle humming In
her cars, the moonlight faded, she
Blghcd softly and was In the calm
embrace of slumber.
Miss Yates awoke at the repeated
report b of firearms. When she sat
up and her startled senses settled
themselves, sho iiercetvcd that Jimmy
was firing his revolver In tho air, and
a moment later she heard him call
ing careful directions to some men
In a launch. aa to how they could steer
into the cove In safety.
In what seemed like a more Instant
Bhe was wrapped In tho arms of her
agitated father, and for some reason
she did not at all comprehend she was
crying. So, Indeed, wag the old gen
tleman, who held her (o his breast
and thanked God many times over
that she was safe and sound.
Then Jimmy Allison, who had been
regarding the reunion with gravity.
began to laugh In a manner slightly
forced, and Btcpped forward,
"Senator Yates." he said, looking at
the young girl's futher In a steely
way, "I didn't expect to boo jou hero
Somehow I didn't associate this looms
Jndy with you."
The senator stared hard for un In
stant and the expression that crossed
his "face showed that his emotions
were rapid and conflicting.
"oung man." he blurted, after a .
minute, "I haVe seen ou somewhere,
and It wasn't a very agreeable meet-
Ing, But this"
"I tell you where It was." retorted
tho younger man, with abrupt determi
nation. 'There's no tlmo llko the pres-
nii ni es? ' '
' ''CcrUtoly Hell sa'yes! "'exclaimed.
Allison did not promise, but pre
tnn.iml in be very light-hearted, nnd
as tho lauch drew off, he gave minute;
directions as to where the Senator
and his guides could find the missing
"We'll bo hero before noon!" shout
ed 'Senator Yates a moment later.
"Hemember, 1 must havo jou on my
Ab tho launch passed out of sight
around the point. Jimmy Allison
stirred the fire, and with n patch of
canvas and some shellac began to
mend his canoe.
Tho sooner sho forgets n man like
mo the bettor for her," he snld sax-
agely crunching tho end of his i:g-
Next day, when Bcnator Antes' mo
tor boat crept Into the cove, Jimmy
Allison was. gone. Leander Hlchnrd-son.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jiut oppoiit. Hotel St Fr.acU
European Plan Sl',60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a. day up,,,'"1
Steel and brick structure, furnlih. -lugs
colt $200,000. High class hotel
attnoderste rates. Center of thettreu
and retail district. Oncarlinettfan?.
(erring allover city. Omnlbils'mejets
alt trains and steamers. Send or
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "TrawetJ." ABC Code.
W A NTS
Those who missed the opportunity
Saturday evening to know inni inc
lew series of animated scenes will
.... ,-l. tin..!.. l....ll.t
ie repeiueu in 1 11c huuihb ujuikiim
i jind so will the very pretty Irish
lance by Sllijl Ciunpueii item ami
he charming bit of vocal solitl
tonl bj' Mr. Shereve. 4517-tf
ALCOHOL IS A
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Alcohol Is recognized tho world over
as the proper, most efficient and whole
come preserver of medicinal corn
rounds, and while some Journalists trj
to alar ,mtho world by the cry that
tintent "medicines contain more nlcil
hoi than beer," they neglect to state
that proprietary medicines are loKen
In doses frohi'a teaspoonful to a tablo
spooritut, while beer Is a beverage that
h 'consumed In quantities from n glass
to several quarts a day.
I.jdla K. Plnkham's Vegetable Coin
nound contains only 18 per cent alco
hoi. stmnly enough to preserve tho
loots and herbs from which It Is made,
and may be relied upon by every wo
man In the land as a reliable honest,
and sure remedy for tho Ills peculiar
to her sex.
NEW ROAD WOULD
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly all
vith bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Bnilt, equipped and
conducted to please the really criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks from Market St.
Convenient to nrincipal shoos, thea
ters and railroad offices. Omnibus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade,
Without bath i ... .$1.50 per day up
With bath 8.00 per day up
Meals table d' note or a la carte
Management of Gus 0, Lam,
Hank clerks, Insurnme, real estato
nnd other business men to enroll
for course of ten lectures on Com
mercial Law bj Judge Lindsay ut
Y. M. C. A. on TucKdaj event ngB,
beginning Jnnunrj IS. 4"l!-2t
Architects are asked for competitive
plans for the new Y. M. C A
building. See Paul Super for dc
Clean furnished rooms: SI, $1.K0, 1
per week. 12l Tort St. tt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1G34
Nuuanu Ave, near School St.
Prices moderate. 44GU-U
Assistant bookkoepei wanted. State
snlary required and references. P.
O. llox 472. 4320-lt
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin office.
There aro hundreds of people t who
would bo materially benefited by the
opening of a new road or rather the
extension of Middle street to King
Supervisor Aylett has introduced a
resolution heroic tho city and county
boord to this effect. It tho Inten
tion to extend the thoroughfare from
King street to the mountain. Tho
proposed extent Iom pastes a largo gov
crntront reservation and., also a public
park. Tho Improvement It Ib said
could bo made without great expense
to the coulity. Ailett will enlist tho
'friendly offices of the road committee
'in oiler to comply with tho prayers
und desires (it his constituents.
CASTOR I A
For Infants1 and CbJIitesv
Dw K W Yfli Hai Aliay t lttt
f THE OLD RELIABLE
Sweet and lasting in tone
quality. We sell it on the
easy monthly payment plan.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young' Bldg.
Lost on road from Kahuku to Walu
Ida thence to Honolulu, n bamboo
dl-ess-sultcase. Return tn Kahuku
plantation Btore, or Young Hotel
Honolulu, and recclva reward.
Two shares In the Walnlha Hut
Land, Kauai: 1 lot. with house,
(ottugc. 2 stables, lorated In Nnuo
Plat, near Haena. 1 lot, wltli
house mid stable, In the Walnlhn
Vallej. tho Wnlnlha Hill Land,
consisting of 71 shares of nliouO
RfiOO ncres An other particu
lars. Inquire of fl. It. Tltiomb, Kn
llhl, 1613 Lellulil St. 4G20-1W
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchnnged. Ilurgilns In
watches, musical goods, etc J.
Carlo. Fort St. 4194-tf
Scissors, knives,, razors, saws, lawn
mowers ground and sjinrpened;
good work. l'botie 1 1 CI. Cor.
Klunu and l'llkol Sts. 4494-lm
On Hotel St., near Alakea. one of
the most delightful places of en
tertainment In the city The Ho
tline. A new collection of most
Interesting scenes tn animation, u
pretty Irish dance by Sibyl Camp
bell Held, nnd a beautiful bit of
vocal sentiment by Mr. Shrove.
Piano taught in 0 mos, S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Unidn.and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a. m., 3-6 p. m. '
u r ii i
1 But our stock was so large and
assortment so complete that we can
still show you almost anything in
cur line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S GIFT
Phone 512. ' 113 Hotel St.
met jou In the lobby of the Fifth
Aveuuo hotel and gave ion tho clad
hand. Informed jou I was the son of
old 'Mcintosh, tho banker out In Wa
shoe. You wore over so glad to sou
me, and 1 told you where there was a
sure chance to boat a poolroom, You
fell for that, like some other senators
I know, and with a few. engaging
friends I took 120.000 of ypur good Ne
vada money. I am Jimmy Allison,
wlra tapper. Now you know all about
mo and ho doos Miss Yatos."
Do you mean to 'say," Mr. Yatos
askeij harshly, "that you robbed mo
of that monoy?"' ,
"That's It," replied AllUon shortly.
"It's all rigbt" ho exclaimed. "Any
human person who can pnt It over
Tom Yates llko that Ib a good ono.
As for the honesty of It I'll tell you
what I'll do. 1'va got some of the
finest mining properties on this con
tinent. I'm selling 'em. If you can
hand me a poolroom, jou can hand the
great American public somo mines.
You'll,geCrfbtO(vtho launch with
us and go over to my camp. In the
morning we'll talk 'buslneas. Tonight
we'll Bit up and you'll lot me thank
you with nil myi heart as many times
as I (turn plcasq, for what you've J
. .. . m I
uono ror mo mis tray."
And the old Senator hugsed his fra
gile daughtor, still closer.
"Not tonight," said Jimmy Allison.
"You are very, good natured to take
the wire game so pleasantly and per
haps I'll paddle over tomorrow,"
"Surely?" usked Miss Yates, hold
ing out her hand.
"I must mend my canoe toniorrow,"
replied Allison, ovnslvelj-.
"Wo will romo for you with tho
launch," pursued tho girl. "Won't
SOME RESIGN RATHER THAN DIE
Tho resignation germ has hit the In
mates of tho city hall. V- I. Kcllott. a
joung man who n week ago secured a
position as clork and messenger to tho
Board of Supervisors, has folded up
his typewriter nnd prior to the depart
ure of a Kauai steamer jetteuluy af
ternoon lft llie.emploj of the niimi,
clpallty with but brief nrollmlnary
The result was that several commit
teemen were delnyed In gottlng nut
their reixirts nnd placed at no end of
Inconvenience by the sudden departure
Steps havo been taken to fill tho vn
cated office, another young man named
Oilman being recommended for tho o-
It Is beltovcd howover that tho In
clptcnt epidemic of reslgnntltls will
bo chocked before other valued and
faithful servants of tho city and coun
ty fall finder its spell.
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA.
Skin sufferers! Drop greasy, saltes
and nasty medicines. That mild,
soothing liquid, I). I). D. Prescription,
stops the nwful itch with tho first
drops. A1 doctor's prescription pf ac
knowledged value, (let a botllo nt
tho Honolulu Drug Co, Fort street.
CONSTAllEL lu this city. Jauuary
19, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Constabel,
At a guessing bee, conducted In
Washington locendy, only flvo of
the three hundred contestants guess
ed the name of the Vice-President nt
tho second trial, ChnVlcston News
Stop That Cold 1
, will do it.
WW. " i
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anvon in need of flrst-elau spec
tacles properly mteo. can on nun.
Removed from 1 777 King Street
1113 Kinau Street
Jeneneie. Employment Association.
AiaunaKeu near assi ineaier, uiui
up phone C97 If jou want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, 'from San Francis
co. Dramatic Studio. 170 lJerc
tanla. Phone 33.
fee Sing Xee-Plumber and Tinsmith.
Smith St , bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
59 Miles by Limited on the Oahu
BLANK BOOKS M
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Mi and Mrs. Hashimoto,
i Tired Feeling,
I and other
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Meat Market and Importer!.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co,
i Hotel Majbstic
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms,. $1 per day
$10 and upwards per month.Spleu
'MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
WING WO TAI & CO.
94i Nuuanu St;
t Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretania Street,
and other property.
CALENDARS and LEATHER
Delivered to resldenoee
and Vffloes at 20e pes
hundred in 10-11). lota
W. O. BARNHArVr,
U3 Merchant at
' Cor. Fort and King
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8;30 o'clock, Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmestcr, Phone Res. 1179.
Shapes, Trimmings and, Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
REGAL SHOE CO. -
Li King and Bethel, ivf I
P. H. BURNETTS
Com'r. of Deeds for California nnd
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriaee Licenses! Draws
Mortgages, .Deeds, Bills of Salt,
Leases Wills; Etc Attorney for the
District Court. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and -Blocked.
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURBO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
, Honolulu, T. H.
' ORIENTAL "T
GOOD HEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back. a . .
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thnyer Piano Co.
150 hotel St. Phone 218.