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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JAN. 40. 1910.
fwr" at y i "
On Fort Street below King.
For Good Furniture
liivery and Board
. it I
.rfents for theHudson, Chalmers
lietroit, Kissel Kar. Oakland, Frank
lin and Piorce-Arrow.
Tonr machine will be ready for
jou when we say it will be. , We
don't experiment on an tot; we'wpaif
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
BEHN has his new 7-seated anto
ready for business at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Street
"The Best-Built Car in America"
GET A TOP THAT FITS
W.W., WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
. J. W. KEBSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St. Phone 434.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
By 'Hour' or Trip.
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE
Buy a Vibrator and stimulate your
nerves and increase your circulation
Union Electric Co.,
I. C. Carter Proprietor
HABRISON BLDG. Phone 315.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
manufactured from pur distilled wa
tar. O.llv.r.d to any part of city by
41 1 i
PAW ICE ANB ELECTRIC CO.,'
Kewalo. . , Ttephona, '
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
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ART$ AND CRAFTS SHOP,
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V l ' f
Short Stories For
NAMING THE BABY
Jlv Aunt Fmmellno wrapped In a
Paisley Bhawl, reclines In the IiIk
wooden rocker with the landscape
painted on tho hack panel. It made
n (loci) Impression on me. for It was
tlio firm tlmo I had ucr scon my aunt
In anything like an easy attitude.
When sho entertained tho Dorcas
Society, Bin) Bat down, (nit it vvaB al
ways on ono of tho straight-backed
horechalrcoveied chairs, that pre
cluded any Idea of bodily relaxation.
'flic rockliiK chair with tho landscapo
was commonl) used by my Undo Al
exander. My (lieal-Aunt Busby, who wore a
B.1RO Rreen Rnrlhihll and bonnet
coeval, occupied tho oply other easy
chair, and Mrs. l'lnkham, one of our
neighbors, with her, H-jearnld
daughter Millie, Bat next 'to hor In
tho semi clrcJ9 about the Btove.
which included Cousin Truman Hal
lerday, CoukIii Mjrtle Johnlngs, Coua
In'l.a'n'rn Ilolkrday, Mrs. I.em Orlsby
and Olio Ulack, who stood fingering
lil hat nml looking as If he would
gladly go If he onlv knew how. On
the bed was a bundle of quills one
a silk patchwork, vpry uplondld. and
somewhere within the bundlo was my
very newest cousin.
"I s'pose )ou'll call him Itabakkuk,
after Ills grnn'father Strake," said my
greit aunt Hmbj'. "If I had my say
nlxi.it It. IIiourI), I'd call him Orlando
after jour lather. That's what you'd
hao been called If ou hadn't been a
girl. Hut don't, let anything I say
make ou change jour mind. Wo
haven't cither of us any money to
leave. All wk'ic done has been to
raise jou and do for )pu, and what's
"Vhy, maw I" remonstrated my
Aunt Cmmellne. "The Idee! As If
you wouldn't hove, a great deal to say!
Hut 1 wanted Ruthin' sort of" My
Aunt Emmollno paused.
'So would I, Mrs Strako," said
Mrs. I.em (Irish)-, who Boomed to un
derstand., "I jlilnk Dcrtram would bo
icnl sweet, don t you?"
"It's nprettj name," said my Aunt
"I think it's Just lovely," declared
"It, sounds Dutchy to me," snapped
my Oreat-Aunt Busby. Then she hap
pencd to catqh Otto's eye. "Not but
what the Dutch Is all right," she add
ed hasMly. "Hut seems to me that
"You might call him Bertram Orlan
do," suggested Mrs, Plnkhnm. "Ucrt
inm Orlando Strako. Wouldn't that
sound good?" 8hef beamed inquiring
ly on tho gathering. '
"I wjsh )ou'd name him Galahad,"
tald Cousin I.iinru, with shining eyos.
"In that bopk. Kjellds of tho King,
that ciii gave mo, (hero was a knight
named (lulahad, and he was Just lovo
1). Aunt Emmellne, won't jou ptease
name him Oqlnhnil?"
"They'd he calllq' him a dal.'
churkled Truman. "Haw-haw!1'
"Oh, linsli jou, True," said Myrtlo
Jtnuings. "You're 'always a plagucln'
Bomcbodj. I think Galahad's real
"I llkq It. too," said my Aunt Em-
mellno. "Hut I haven't"
"I.ls'belh Tin ner her jon'vo heard
mo talk nlmul hha called her oldest
Wi'fred," voluntiered Mrs. I.em
Clrlgsby. "Wilfred Chaunccj-. I don't
hold with her calling children them
old Mule names Just becauso their
parents or, their grun'parentB had 'em.
I think calling n poor jImiiib one
Zephonlah, or, rI)oeK, like Dots Sim
liioiis, Is u sin 'and a chamo. If I had
"That's Just It. ma'am." said my
Great-Aunt Uiihbj, with much asper
ity. "If jou had children, you'd know
u great deal moro about 'cm and what
to luino "em than what you do now,
mill being as you haven't any, I
think j on might" ,
"Why, maw!'1 exclaimed my Aunt
"Woll, I think If anjbody hero had
any say In tho matter It would he
mo," said mj Great-Aunt Iliishy,
ticmbllng a llttlo! "Of course, I may
bo mistaken. I prob'ly am. I'm old
fashioned llko tho Mblo but it cer
tainly' used to ho that folka was told
to honor their fathers ami mothers
that their dajs might bu long In thu
land. Tliat's In the Bible, too, thougli.
mid I vupposu It's ull follshiiibs. Still
iu,innu.i It., nil ..lltil.ti, Lu Hlllf
If Orlando isn't a good enough
"1 guess It Is better I shall bo go
ing," Interrupted Otto, desperately.
"Good hjo!" and ho was gono,
There was a laugh at that. "I guess
-. tt . Jfc lA.f
t . M ,
They are exclusive"Mn 'most
Mr. Ulack was afraid we were going
to fight." said Mrs. I.oin Orlgsby.
goodnaturedlj. "I didn't mean any
harm, Mrs. Bushy, ma'am," she con
tinned. "Ma) bo I was n little free
putting In my oar."
"It was mo that was ton techj,
ma'am," returned my great aunt, mag'
nanlmously. "We won't say no moro
"Tell jou what, Kmmellno," hroko
In CotiBin Truman Hallcrdoy. "If jou
want to call the llttlo tjko after mo
I'll put ISO to his credit In tho bank
for a nest egg What do jou bbj ? '
Mv Aunt Kinmollno did not seem to
be overwhelmed by this offer, which
I thon regarded as princely. I'd like
to, tho best kind. True," sho said,
"but but I thought some of naming
him Reginald, but"
"Oh. don't jou like Galahad
ICmmcllne?'' cried Laura, In a
pointed lone. ; '
"Or Bertram?" pouted Mllly.
! "I like Wilfred, for my part.1
Mrs. Pinkham. "Of coursn, 1
nnmln' him, though."
I thought It was time to express
myself, so I said that I was In favor
My Aunt Emmellne looked a little
flurried. "I llko Bertram nnd Gala
had and Wilfred nnd I llko Chaunccj-,"
sho said, "but "
"Hut what?'' naked my Great-Aunt
"1 haven't talked It over with Mr.
Strake jet," said my Aunt Kmmo-
"Hero 1)0 l now," said Truman Hal
lerday. "Allck, we've been anamln'
tho baby. We'ro ngoln' to call him
Uortrom Galahad Wilfred Chauncey
Reglnnld Strake. What Ujo think of
My Undo Alexander retreated to
the kitchen and oened tho outer
door wide enough to spit through.
Then ho returned to tho bedroom.
,"Ho's agoln' to be colled Bill," said
my Uncle Alexander. "II I double L.
And my cousin's nnnio g Dill.
Would Fully Agree to Move Proposed
by United States as Begard the
joancnunan Kan way.
ST. I'ETEUSHURG. Jan. 6. The,
Foreign Office has taken no action
on the memorandum presented by
the United States relative to the neu
tralization nt ttin Mfinrlmrliin rnll.
roads, which has beep su,bmlted for
... . .............. ..... .....
a careful examination conjointly by
the Ministers of Finance and War.
The ultimate attitude of Russia
will depend largely upon the recep
tion of the proposals by tho other
powers, and the developments In this
matter necessarily will consume
much time. The leading official of
the, Foreign Office today said that
the piopojals were not regarded In
any Hense as unfriendly or unwel
come, but would be approached from
the standpoint of practical possibili
ties and given attention commensu
rate with the magnitude of the po
litical, economic and military ques
As Russia's policy In tho Far East
Is defestlve, and not aggressive, cer
tain features outlined In tho memor
andum are decidedly advantageous,
but the success or failure of the pro
posals will be determined largely by
the attitude of Japan, .wnose portion
of thu rnllrouds Is vital to the
LONDON, Jan. 0. Great Britain
bus nut given ns yet a formal reply
to the proposal at the Unjted States
for the neutralization of tho Mun
thurUn railroad, though It lias not
beeri received unajinputbetlcully.
It has been .felt, here for soma tlmo
HmV the 'railway situation In Mun
yiorQfelie most danger-
ous.ielementW I if IFur Eastern poll
, , , , , . i ,
iicSgiunu, lUjtoniuioii w)iu ine unit
ed States, 0rat Hrltaln would be
pratltled to ilea tho question settled.
However, It Is realised that Rus
sia and Japan aro mora vitally in
terested In the subject, und while the
l'orclgn dfftce would suggest to her
ally, and also to Russia, the accept
ance of some such pioposul us that
made by the government of the Unit
ed Slates, llje Ilrltlsh government Is
not disposed to prosit the mutter,
Nevoithelebs, u fuller considera
tion will be given the subject when
the Ministers of the Cabinet uro re
lieved from the duties Imposed upon
them by the present campaign.
HOW OROLE ;A1 :
tvrm f liJ
Led Out to B Shot November 16
Center of,FirinK Squad Sen
tence BeadBoth Try to Pre
vent Blindfold Over Eyes.
MANAOUA. Jan.(B''J-Hocent rdports
that Groce nnd Cannon, Ihe American
recruits In the Insurgent nrnij' who
were put to' death nt tho command of
President Zalaja were tortured bcloro
being shot aro untrue. The facts were
In tho possession" of the State Depart
ment at Washington a month ago and
it waB generally supposed here ihal
tho details of thq 'tragedy had been
given publicity throuqh Official chan
nels. As It Is. ndvantage has lieui
taken of tho opportunltj', In sonio In
stances, to paint a plctUrO that Was
mure Interesting than 'truthful. The
glory of Captain Anltial Chaves, who
refused to obey an order to tako com
mand of the firing squad, Is dimmed
stmevvhat by tho light of known clr
cumMances. (lenijrati Toledo, Medi
na and Irlas had Implored Zelaju to
abandon ,hls purpose of shooting the
Americans, feelaja, however, cuuld not
bo Influenced ,nnd Gpncral Toledo final
ly ordered. Captain Chaves not to ns
sumo command of the squad. Chaves
chose to obey Toledo rather than tho
president nnd as a consequence was
arrested and held In Jail for six
weekB. Upon his rolease Chaves made
the most of the episode and no nrrlval
from tho United States is long left In
Ignorance of the details,
It is also untruq that n inciting of
peace commissions appointed C Mud
rlz nnd Estrada has been arranged" lor
Groce and Cannon wcro notified of
the denth sentence Imposed upon
them nt 10:3f) o'clock on , tho night of
November 15. They wcro executed
at ten. o clock tho following morning
Ab they were marched out of the for
tress a drlzzlo of rain. rejlt, Qn.tlio
way to tho scene of execution thej
passod tho open gravo thai had. jirou
prepared for them. At onu tlmo Groce
stepped out of the lino of, march and
pleaded with General Medina, "Do1 not
shoot mo, I am a brother Mason." Can
non quickly seized his conlpanlnn and
pulling him back Into the line said:
"urace up. out nun. vvq nave no
chanco under Zataja's orders."
Standing In the center, of, tho
square fount d bj one hundred sol
diers, tho two men heard their sen
tence rend from tho four corners, with
the usual warning In such cases,
"Anjono dlsplajlng evtdenco of sym
path) will bo shot In n similar fash
The hands f the condojiined men
were bound and their eyes blindfolded,
Cannon shoo!: his head, attempting to
prevent tho blind being placed over
his fuce, but ills protest was unavail
ing. Ilhoy vvcro seated on a low
bench, sljlo by side. Tho firing squad
was mude up of twelve soldiers, who
advanced In three rows within sx foot
of their victims. Captain Constantino
Sni-nx was In command and Instruct-
am! Iwb soldieis at Iho right 'to tiro
upon Groco and two so'dlcra at tlo
left to tire upon Cannon 'A1I fniir
bullets wero effective. Gorco was shot
throu'ah tho heart and death was In
stantaneous. Tho bullets Intended for
lannon toro mo nreasi ancj nu,iomcn.
Ho survived his wounds a faw seconds.
When the body of Groci) wiib hurled'
a blanket hid thu features, but Iho
body of Cannon was 'hurled without
any protecting cover.
TESLA WOULD LIQHT
NG WYORK. Jatf? (i-Nlkola 'TeshV,
who has been nt work on a "wireless
electric light" for 2fl jeais, announc
ed jdstcrday that ho has practically
brought It to a state of perfection. He
says a plant for Its production is how
nc-nrlng completion at his laboratory
on Long Ulaud.
"It would bo K)S8lble !)' mj vvlio
less transmitter of great iiowur," said
Mr, Tcsln, "to light tho entire United
States. Tho cuiient would iass luti)
tho air, und, spteadlug In nil direc
tions, produco the effect of a stioug
aurora h'on-ills. It would ha a soft
light, hut siiftlrleiil to distinguish ob
jects .Homo day soon inj Idea will
ho carried out, I would llko nothing
hotter thnn to undertake to llliimlnato
first tho harbor of Now York for n
dlslanco of, my, 100 miles around,
".My present plan Is lo distributer
this light from u central btatlon. which
i tho most economical mil also the
best method of obtaining light of high.
er'uaMj:"'My 'laiiipn 'will lasf'foV
ever, (hero being nothing in them to
burn out, They nro blmplj lubes or
bulba of glcHSj hermetically sealed
and containing nothing but rarofloil
San Francisco Hotels
Oeary Street, above Union Square
, Jti.t opitattt. Hotel Si. Frincli
IS European Plsn $1.60 a day up
2 American Plan $3.00 a dav ud
Steel and brick structure, furnUWK'l
Vngi coti svuvAwv, JURii cuss noiei
at moderate rate.. Center of theatre,
ferrincallovercity. Omnibus rU,
all trains and steamers. Send fot
booklet with map of San FrancU&J
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
l 4 ddreii, "Trawets." ABC Code.
1 1 . I Ull" t t 'I,
a - . v. . if ,
" W i rs
". t i
i t ,rt t
Sweet and lastine in tone
quality. We sell it on the
easy monthly payment plan.
(Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg,
Covets a Iresh, smooth, satiny complex'
Ion, and what satisfaction and peace ol
mind Its possession brings. The lines
of aje, worry and overwork are render
ed well nigh powerless by Mrs. Nettle
HARRISON'S LOLA M0NTEZ CREME
A wonder lul soother, healer and protec
tor to a dry, contracted or chapped
skin. It Is Complexion Insurance.
Convince yourself ol Its remarkable
navtf hv nhtstnlnp A frn tamnln anH
Book "SECRET OF IEIUTT 110 GOOO HLtlTT at
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
But our stock was so large and
assortment so complete that we can
still show you almost anything in
our line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S GIFT
113 Hotel St.
Stop That told
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sti.
. Phone 131,
Shapes," Trimmings and fJofcrsfj(.
Dunn's Hat Shop'
REOAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
CALENDARS and LEATHER
Those who missed the opportunity
Saturday evening to know that the
D new Iscrles of animated scenes will
rLe pleated nt 'Ihe Honluo tonight,
un I so will the very pretty Irish
''Aa'ico by Hlbjl Campbell Held and
' On charming bit of vocal scntl
nJnt by Mr. Shereve. 4517-tf
Architects Ore asked for competitive
plans for the new Y. M C A.
building. See Paul Super for de
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Hunch of Itcjs. Ueturii to this of
fite nnd reeelve reword.
On Hotel St , near Alokei. ono of
thu most delightful places of en
tcrtnlnmeiit In lh cltj The Ho
liliio. A new roltpctlou of moi.t
Interesting scenes In animation, j
pretty Irish dnnce by Sibyl Camp
bell Held, and n beautiful hit of
vocal sentiment by Mr. Shrvvc.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a, tn 3-6 p, tn.
Phone 33. '
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
1 Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
A. R. R0WAT, D. V. S..
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m,; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; l to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
59 Miles by Limited on the Oahu
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS-AND BUNS.
BOSTON BARXD BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197.
BLANK BOOKS I"!!
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Kino riirnihiieii rooms, si per uuy
10 nnd upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
, David Dayton
Real Estate Agent
J 137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretania Street,
and other property.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana"Art League,
nnder the direction of '
OTTO BURMESTER. "r
New Dances a Specialty.
Information' 'furnished -by. Otto
Burmester. Phone Bes. 1179.,
P. H. BURNETT!'
Com'r. of 'Deeds for California kod
New York; .NOTARY, PUBLIC)
Grant Marriage Licenses ( Drawl
Mortgages, (Deeds, 'Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc. ' Attorney for the
District Courts. 7? MERCHANTM'
HOHnLHLlT; PHONE 910. ' - '
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort. '
We want to see all our old cus
tomer! come Dack. .
Heaeh cottage nt Diamond Hind.
Address 'N ' , Hiilletln offlci'.
Clean furnished rooms, $1, 1 r0, i-
per week. 1US1 Kort St tf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Nuuanu Ave, near School St.
Prices moderate. 44CO-tt
Two shares 111 the Wn I nihil Hut
Land, Kauai; I lot, with house,
cottage, 2 st allien, located 111 Nauo
Plat near llavna; 1 lot, with
Iioum) and atnble, In the Wnlnllui
Valle), thu Wnlnlha Hill Land,
(oiulstlng of Tl shares of about
5S0U ncres An other particu
lars, tmiulrn of G It. Tllioiuh, Kn-
iihi, inn i.eiiniii st. ir2n-iw
Dlniuonds and Jawelrj bought. Mild
and exchunged HarEiilns In
walehes, musical goods, etc J.
Carlo. I'ort St. -H'Jt-tf
Scissors, knives, razors, saws, liwn
mowers ground nnd shnrpencd;
good work. l'hoiio URt. Cok
Klimu and rllkot Sts. 449 Mm
Piano (aught in 0 mos, t3 month (8
Icsbons). Spiclnl attention lo
Xananese Employment Association.
Mauuakca near Assl Theater. Call
up phono C97 If jou want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co. 'DrnmaUj Studio, 17C Here
tantn. Phone .1.1.
ree Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith.
Bcolth St., bet. Hotel and PauahlT
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
WING WO TAI & CO.
941 Nuuanu St, Phone 208.
Delivered to residetvow
and offloea at Mo
hundred in 10-lk. lota
W. O. BARNHART,
US Merchant L
LEADINO HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hat; Cleaned' and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street 0pp. Convent,
Honolulu, T. H. '
, Thayer 'Piano Co.
' 158 Hotel St. Phone 218.
185 editorial rooms 250 bust
nest office. These art tho telsprono
numbers of the Bullttln office). '