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BVENINO DOLLfiTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1910.
Are the ART GOODS, shown in the
ARTS AND GRAFTS SHOP,
I.On Fort.Street below King. .They ire exclusive In m?itKiiuUntef.
For Good Furniture
Livery and Board
j Telephone. 109
' Client for the. Hudson'Tchalmeri.
iietroit. KisseILar. Oakland, Frank
Jin and Pieros-Arrow. '
Your machine will be ready fot
yon when we tay it will be. We
don't experiment on antotj we repair
Co., Ltd. i-
fJM'XA8aVB, Y0UNQ BUlLDHa.
.5 Telephone 5
Automobile . Stand
,3EHN has his. new 7-seated. auto
,iedy. for buinen,at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
."The Best,Builf Car in America"
SCHUMAN CAREIAOE CO., LTD.
. GET A TOP THAT FITS ,
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
i' Automobile-Top Builders '
7, W. KERSHNIR
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
.... .By Hour or Trip.
. PHONE; 609.
ELECTRICITY .IS .LIFE
iBuy. a-.Vihratox. and stimulate your
. nerves and increase your, circulation
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. C. Carter Proprietor
HARRISON BLDQ. . Phone 316.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
.manufactured from pure distilled, wa
ller. "Delivered to any part of city by
;PAU ICE ANB ELECTIIC CO.,
. , Ktwlo. Telephone "A.
Short Stories For
WHAT HE DID
il r, Wtx la an exceedingly methodical
mid busy man or hq thinks he Is. But
ho, will accomplish all ha sets out to
do, that is It he gets around to It.
Yet with all he has, on his hand It
generally happens, that ho doesn't do
much of anything, except tlio work
whereby lie makes his living. Tlio
other evening ho rcmenibercd that It
was time q found Johnny and seo
what the youngster wanted form San
ta Claus. So. Mr, Vlx got out tho list
of articles purchased the year before
and began to Question Johnny.
"Ytm hvo a 'pair of roller skates,"
tho f&tjier begun.
'lNope," said Johnny, "I swapped
Jhem fori fifty clgaruttu pictures.1'
"Yes? Where am. tlio pictures?"
"Oh, t swupiied them for a moving
"I Bee. Out you, u.llt have your
"Gee, you think n feller keeps a
thing a hundicd years! Wo used It
for a football mid It bunted.
"Mum. And what did you do with
the rnllrond train?"
"1 swapiicr It for a Jorrlcr. unnd
maw wouldn't let me keep It and tho
boy wouldn't glvo mo tho, train back
and I swapped thoilos for; a baseball
and 1 lost tho ball."
"What did you do with tho copy, of
,tho,-!I2oy's Own Hook, o. Famous te
nsions Leaders?' "
"I traded It ,for two, Alger books
wltli Jim I lolly's, sister, md they wero
Jim's books uml ho tried to take them
back, and wa had a tight uml 1 llckeVl
"Drlng tlioao books hero,, sir. I will
not havo them'ln tho house."
"ain't got them. I it'wapped them
for six jiapor books, and Dent Iho
paper books and they fell all lo
"It's a good thing for them.. Where
Is your steam engine and book of.ln
ctructlons?" "I sold them for a dollar to Jim
"Whoro Is Ihq dollar?"
"Mo und Jim, Bpnt It."
"Well, on my word, young, man, you
u ro the limit! Ifavo you ' anything
left? It (hero a Bln;;lo toy or book
of all you got last ycrr,.,tbat you
haven't given away, or thrown away?"
"Whatvls.lt then, what Is It?"
'"Tlio Child's Guide- tn .Hygiene.'"
"You surprise me. Why haven't you
given that away?"
"Aw, none of, t'.io fallen: wanted to
trndo. for. It. It uln't.no Rood. I want
n football und a catclier'n outfit and a
battery and a tool ch03t and a lot of,
"I Eiipposu yon want them," said
mo miner wnn ciuooraie nnrcasiii, "so
thut you can supply thoso young
scamps with whom you jilay."
".No, sir," nnswerod the son;
"Well, what por:csecd you to try to
barter when ou nro tho oaslcst mark
tlir.t ever lived? You were dono In
Tho boy grinned a Utile sheepishly.
"I didn't get much," .ho .'aid, "hut I
got more ilinn Do nt'ic.- fellers. Ev
oi y ono,of them yrantPi to trndo back.
L'ut I wouldn't. You ceo I didn't
trndu until the ,iil:iss weru, all busted
Tho father sat bad: sii'l regarded
"Sor" ho finally answered, "I don't
OR the washing of
blankets, lace cur
tains and iine
lacea: for. the'
washing of dishes, ' cut-
glass and costly bric-a-j
brae;, for the toilet, nur-;
aery and bedroom, this'
excellent epap (Ivory)
I And the woman .who
discards all the other soaps
and uses Ivory in every;
department of the home'
has gone a long ways to
ward making housework a
I pleasure and a pride.-rZyw
99rStf Per 'Cent. Pure
know what Santa Claus will bring." '
"Aw, Santa Clausl' cald tho boy
disdainfully. "Do you think .any one
"Probably not," sold the father soft
ly. "I see. .duces you von't-gct piuch
tliia. year, nnway. However,. I'll, sco
what can be done."
Tho boy looked nt hjni a nipmcnt
and then guvo him a ling. Then as he
went, out of the room hi grinned.
"Paw11 glvo mo a lot. tills year," ho.
Tho father glanced, after him.' "That
boy Is destined .to make his way," lie
thought. ".Hq got all the fiin;out of the
loyH, be had, und, then ho ,managcd to
gut soiiicthlus for them put of which
ho could get mora fun. Guess I'll huvo
to stretch n point and sou what we
can do. for him this ycai."
FOR BRITISH ARMY
Monster Dirieible Is Beinsr Manufac
tured Three Times Larger
Titan Any,Jieretotore uuut
PATHS, January I. Perhaps It Is
not yet. generally known, that tho or
der for the biggest airship ever built
In franco has come from the Ilritish
War Office, which has accepted tho
pians of tho Lcbaudy firm tor. a big
aerial cruiser with a capacity of 280,
000 cubic feet. Considering tjiat tho
Putrlc, the Vlllo do, Paris, the Itepub
liquo and other scmt-rlgld airships,
hitherto built In France,, only had a
capacity of 105,000 cubic feet. It will
bo seen' that tho airship ordered by
tho, Ilritish Government will bu near
ly three times the size.
. Tho engineer of the Lcbaudy firm,
M. Juchmes, does not' soy that, tho, air
ship, Is. being constructed for the Bri
tish Government, but this Is what, may
be gathered from an Interview In tho
Paris-Journal. He soys that some
time ago they hail drawn up plans for
n, big 280,000 cubic feet nlrshln. and
submitted them to tho Kronen War
Office. They heard nothing more about
tlio matter, and wero. rather surprised
when, some months later, tho Ministry
of War asked for tenders for s'tcerahb?
balloons, with conditions which'' did
not correspond, to any of their .concep
tions. Tno i.oDamiy nrm abstained
from making any offers, hut Instead
they negotiated" with foreign govern
ments, and thus It is that now the big
airship at 'first proposed for the
Kronen army is, belug built for Bug-
JUMPS FORTY FEET TO
Lineman. Faces Horrible. Death on
SAN FUANGI8CO, Jan. 8. Johu
Dovcrs of Twenty-third street, a
lineman employed by ,the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph Company,
saved himself from electrocution yes
terday morning by n drop of forty
feet nt Twenty-fourth and, Kentucky
streets. Devers sprained his ankle
and was treated at- the Potrcro emerr
goncy hospital. Devcrs was banging
from a cul),0 wncn n llv wlro fo"
across, It, causing the Insulation .to
bum. . Tho flames wero running- to
ward Dovcrs, when ho cut ho, straps
that hold hi in and dropped to the
!'. W. Center, n nephew ot Supcrr
visor George I.. Center, was burned
about tho head and neck by explod
ing gasoune Willie craiiuing nis uy-
tomob.Uo .yesterday morning on It lie
Charles Uinslng- ot the Hotel Vale
and U'o Dumas, ot 1921 Turk street
wero slightly hurt In an automobllo
accident yesterday morning at Stan-
ynn und roll streets when their ma
chine wuh run .Into by, nnotlior auto
llcorgo Koslor of 130 Andovor
street, tun years old, was, run over
by u buggy New Year's Uvo near his
home whjlo .throwing confetti with
other children In the street.
Car 1613 of .the Valencia street
line, west-hound, was standing at
Grant nvcnua ,jmd Market ,, street
about 1 o'clock , yesterday morning
when cur, 1739 ot 1 1 in, llalght sir col
line, , I mi, wcut-bouud, (jumped Into,
It. Two patMMigcrs,(in tjie Valencia
street cur, Gus Ucrgcreu, 209 San
chez street, and Reatr'elan, were-lii-Jured.
i . ..aa
1.1ft It tip.cuiufully, suns Jot, pr Jar;
puff, nt It prayerfully tho glft-hqrso
Last'iTestament .of Sugar Magnate
vyill, flot iiie juuturocQ oy tne
..Relatives Family Considera
The followng stntement was given
out for publication January 11 ba
ttalia A. Sprockets and Itudolph
SpreckelB, executors and trustees of
the will of the late Clnus Sprockets.
"It Iibb. nuver. been our practice tri
discuss In .the picas inullvrs ordinar
ily of only family Interest, hut the
publcatlou In todny's papers of u
1 statement by John D, Spreckels and
Adolph, II. ,aprccKCis regarding ineir
attltudo with respect to the will of
tho late Claus Spreckels, demands a'
reply In Justlco to him and to our
"Thero wero, nbsojutoly no grounds
upon which a successful contest of the
will could be maintained, If thcr6
wero, It Is most Improbable that any
consideration fur their. mother would
have, prevented It, In view of tho fact
that since" our father's death neither
John U. Spreckels nor Adolph U,
Spreckels. has, ever called upon or
communicated with her.
"During his llfetlmo Claus Spreck
els, .advanced to his sons, John D.
Spreckels and Adolph D. Spreckels
property of greater, value by millions
of dollars than tho combined value ot
nil the. property no gave to his widow
and all his' other children In his llfe
tlmo and by his will.
'nysense of wrong' th'nt they may
feel under tho circumstances Is as In
consistent with, tho honor they claim
to have extended to their father ns
their neglect of .their- mother "in "her
old ago is Inconsistent with their dec
larations of consideration for her.
"CUAU8' A. 8PRKCKEI.S. ,
"HUDOLPH 8PJIECKEI.S." '
JAPAN. IS EAGER TO. ABROGATE
AMERICA .TREATY. IN ADVANCE
New, Japanese Minister May Attempt
w vpcu me. wnoie Japanese
Question at Washington Would
Start New Treaty.
WASHINOTO.V Tho, arrival of
tho now' Japanese nmbaskador. Karon
uchldu, who wns presented to the
President a few days ago, polntB to
Die, reopening pf .the whole .Japar
nesc question. Tho existing treaty,
of commcrcn and navigation under
its terms may be brought to nil end
on July 17, 1912. -Thc;deslre ot the
Japanese,' however; Is to .Induce this
country, to permit abrogation u year
in advance, und Ilurpn Uchlda Is
Just In time to tako chargo,ot what
promlso to be Important und compli
cated negotiations. ,
The presout treaty, though signed
In 1894, hus only been .In elTcctslnco
July 17, 1899. It provides .thut utter
it has been In effect twelve years'
cither of , tlio contracting powers may
abrogate It on a year's notice TliU
would make It run at best .until 1912
a year after tho explraton of sim
ilar treaties entered Into by Japan
with other powers. Japan's desire
to enter .Into now negotiations with
all the world at once, bo as, to 'set'
one .nation off against, another, .ex
plains her particular anxiety nt this
time to cancel existing arrange
ments with ,tlio United States soon
er (ban they would ordinarily !ox
plro. There, Is. little chance, apparently,
that, this country win consent, to tlio
abrogation of the treaty sooner Uuih
fcpcclfled In, tho, treaty Itself. ' Olio
reason why tho Jupanesc uro In u
hurry la in. order to net before .the
California J.eglslatire pan tqke fur-
tijer' rauica) ste.ps n regard q Japa
nese residents there.
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FOR, STANDARD OIL
KIHCSNU, Jan, 8. Articles of In
corporation wero filed today with, tho
county clerk In thli city by ,11m
American OI Fluids ('ompaii), which
Is capitalized for S'2D,U0U,0pU, Only
n nominal sum has been subscribed,
but tho promoters huvo spont much
In acquiring property .in tho oil le
gion, Tho directors ot the company
are tho following l.os Angeles men
10. U Dohcpy, C. A, Cuulleld, J. U.
Apdcrbon, T. A, O'Uuiiucll, J. M.
Punzlgcr, .N'oriuau Urldgu und U ,.
It, Ih umlcriilKoil that the Incorpgr
atjou of tlio cpmpiiuy wIll.Lontollil.ito
Interests cantrolllug thousands ot
acres In tho Coalingn oil Ilclds.
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llnpnoH Ayr-s Is. to.havonn Inter
tit onnl .fitlwny. and transportation
c-pocltou next )ctir.
San Francisco Hotels
, Geary Street, above Union .'Square
Jutt ofpoilu lloul St. Fctocli
European Plan, $1.60 a day up
American. Plan .$3,00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ings cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans,
ferrlnf allovercity. Omnlbusmeets
all trains and steamers. Send for
.Hotel. Stewart now recognized as
addrest, "Trawefs." ABC Code.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Sweet and lasting in tone
quality. We sell it on the
easy monthly payment plan.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
But pur stock was so large and
assortment so complete that we can
still sho w you almost anything in
our line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S. GIFT
Phone 812. 113 Hotel St.
Stop That Cold
.will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sts,
v Phone 131.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's ,Hat: Shop
REGAL SHOE CO.
.King and Bethel..
CALENDARS and LEATHER
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses,, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
BERGSTROM. MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows'.Bldi;. Fort St.
Thoso who missed the opportunity
Saturday evening to know that the
new scries ot animated scenes will
be repeated at The Itonlno tonight,
nnd so will the very pretty Irish
dance by Sib) I Campbell Held and
the charming bit ot vocal Isenti
ncnt by Mr. Shcrcvc. 4517-tt
Clean wiping rajs; at the Bulletin of-
Hunch of keys, Return to this ot
fi'cc and receive reward.
On Hotel St., near Alakea. ona ot
the, most delightful places of en
tertainment In the city The lie
nine. A new collection ot most
Interesting scenes In animation, a
pretty Irish dance by Sibyl Camp
hell Held, nnd a beautiful bit of
vocal sentiment by Mr. Shrove.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Comer Union and Beretania Sts.
Hoase Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a, nt., 38 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted, call on him.
A. R. HOWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m,
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
69 Miles by Limited on the Oahu
1129 Fort St.'
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED, BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE, BREAD IN -'
Ring up 197, .
BLANK BOQKS '
,AND OFFICE, DIARIES
Wall,, Nichols & Co.
Sachs Block.. Fort andrBeretania Sts.
Kino furnished rooms, si per day
$10 and upwards per mouth. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Real .Estate Agent '
137 MERCHANT STREET
FOR SALE t
Residences on .Beretania r Street,
and other, property.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets, Monday and' Friday .nights at
8:30 o'clock, Kilbhana Art' League
under the direction, ot
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished' by Otto
Burmester. Phono Res. 1 179.
P. H. BURNETTZ
Com'r. of Deeds for California ui
New York: NOTARY PIIBT.lt' ;
Grant Marriage Licenses j Draws
Mortgages,'. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for tht
uismci uouns. 7;mkciiami six
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
GOOD MEALS FOR 29 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers coma .back.
The Industrial Edition of tht
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready, for, mailing, SO cents at B u 1
In tin office. '
llcuch cottage at Diamond Head.
Address ' N.", Ilullctin office.
Clean furnished rooms; $1, $1.30, S2
per week. 1281 1'ort St. tf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs,
D. UcConnell, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
wltH or without board. 1634
Kuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4400-tf
Two shares In the W'alnllia llul
Land, Kauai; 1 lot, with house,
cottage, 2 stables, located In Nauo
Plat, near llacna; 1 lot, with
house nnd stable, in tho W'alnllia
Vnlley; the Waluihn llul I.anil,
consisting of Tl shares of about
O.'UU acres. Any other particu
lars, Inquire of tl. It. Tltcomb, Kn- ;
lllil, 1S1.1 I.ellanl St. 4S2U-1W
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. Ilargalns In
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Fort St. 4494-tt
Scissors, knives, razors, saws, Inwn
mowers ground and sharpened;
good work. Phono 11C1. Cor.
Klnnu and Pllkol Sts. 4494-lm
Piano taught in 6,mos, S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
Xananese Employment Association,
Maunnkea near Assl Theater. Call
up phone 697 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis-
co, urumatii amnio. 175 Here-
tanla. Phone S3. " '
tea Sing Xei-Fhuaber and Tinsmith.
Smith St., bet. Hotel and PanahlT
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Tired Feeling, ,
178. BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath; and. Electrical Treatment.
Meat' Market and Importers.
WING WO TAI & CO.
941 Nuuanu St.
Delivered to resldsnoet
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lkv lets
W. O. BARMHArVr,
IIS Merchant t
LEADINO HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Suecialist,
1154 Fort Street. Odd. Coavent,
Honolulu, T. H.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
158 Hotel St. Phone 218.
185 editorial rooms 250. bust
nest,9ffle. These are the. telephone
numbers of the Dulletln'officta' " """ ,
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