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BVENINQ ntJULETIN, HONOLULU, T.-H.. THUHSDAV, JAN. 27. 1310.
'' Are the ART GOODS shown in the ;L'
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
' On Fort Street below Xing. They are exclusive In most instances.
For Good Furniture
FOR HIRE SADDLE and DRIVING
,1128 FORT STREET "
..,cents for the Hudson, Chalmers
Detroit, Kissel Kar, Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
Merchant St. ( ,
Tour .aachino will l ready -tot
jou when we say it will .be. We
don't experiment on autoe; we repair
5 Telephone 5
BEEN has his new 7-s.cated auto
ready for business at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
"The Best-Built Car inAmerica"
SOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
HAVE YOUR AUTOMOBILE TOP
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7. W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED .LEXINGTON
,By ,Hour or .Trip.
.MEDICAL BATTERIES Direct Cur-rent-From
$8 to $12
Union, -Electric Co.,
I. C. CARTER, Proprietor
.Harrison .Building,' Beretania -Street
M. A. Gunst & Cq.
manufactured from pur dlitlllad w
Ur. Dlytrd to any part of olty by
OAHD ICE AND EtfCTilC CO.,
Kawalo. Telsphbn V.
.Short Stpries For
THE DAY MURIEL RAN AWAY ,
It was early In tho autumn. Muriel
had been out of sorts, for a week. Ev
erything had gono wrong. Even tho
apples she picket! up to eat' In the or
chard were wormy. The 'hickory nuts
ebo cracked were had. Tho hook she
brought from the library In town was
minus leavi-s In the most exciting
chapters. liens ruined her flower bed!' ! "lyo.uroiner tigiiit iiowne wouict
Tho children were trials, every one of.111'88! ,,cr!
tlcllll "Whyi don't you go on .upstairs,
Jimmy wua tho worst; It did aecm ' I-oufi,?" M,,rlcl Inquired .when mother
as If ho planned to bo .annoying. Onl nn undressing Richard after Louise
Monday after school he borrowed f
Mmlel's dinner null and filled It with
toads tl turn looro In tho garden. '
Tr.,t was had enough, hut when Jim-
tny explained to his father that tio!
read that ono toad was worth $20 a.
year' to tho Stato of Massachusetts In
the destruction of insects, and that, be
ing tho case six toads were a fortune
on any farm, and the dinner pall could
bo washed, father laughed; whereupon
Muriel determined to run away.
It wasn't convenient to run away, on
n school day.. After thinking the mat
tor over seriously on Wednesday,
MutTel decided to leave homo on Sat
urday nftcrnoon. To be sure, she said
nothing to tho family about her plans;
but on Thursday mother gave n sigh
of relief becauso of the change In Mur
iel's behavior. She no longer crum
bled at overythlng, arid performed her)
.dally tasks without, a murmur. That
tilglit after, supper i-oulso cut her hand
ho badly she could neither' wash nor,
wluo tho dishes.. Great wns mothcr'B
surprlso when Muriel . said she was
perfectly willing to wash dishes alone.
Instead of accusing Louise of getting
hurt on purpotc to escape being oblig
ed to hcl).
After tho dishes woro put away Mur
iel tnado it hook of brown wrapping
paper, sharjicned a pencil anil went
out to tho horseblock to do soma writ
lug. "What's como over. Muriel?" father
"Wo hivvo to wrlto, compositions for
next week," Louise replied. .".Maybo
sho has an Idea."
Muriel had an Idea; but tho Idea
was n diary to bo consulted years
henco when her grandchildren might
wish to know exactly why their grand
mother ran ,uway.
"I lmvo reached n turning olnt In
.my llfo," began tho diary. "I am 11
years old, the eldest child In a family,
of five children. My parents love all
of the other children moro than they
lovo me which Is n sad thing. I have
to wash all the (Utiles and keop.tlio
hens out of the garden. My mother
thinks that Louise Is perfect and my
rather thinks there Isn't any ono' like
Jimmy. ..The babies keep you busy. I
don't have very , pretty clothes and
lead ti miserable life.
"Day arter tomorrow It will end. I
know n llttlo girl that visited tho
Ilrmvns laFLjeur and her mother. Hor
mother said one tlmo If my folks don
licit mo well to cbmo pnd llvo with
her. So when I run nway I am golna
to their housu first and work for my
s hoard and to get a start In llfo. This
s Is all for now."
"Dear jne," said Louise when' Muriel
folded her hook mid put It In hor apron
pocket, "rm to glad you've stopped
working on your composition. Father
wouldn't let'ino bother you. Ho said
mabo you hint n 'rlHlnul Idea that,
would get uwiiy If you wcro disturb
ed." "Tell low.-cy," bt'ggod the ,3-your-ohj
buliy, cuddling ,eloso beside Muriel on
Muriel put her arms around the lit',
ue leiiow most tenderly and told him
his favorlto story of tho three bears
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA. COUGHS. BRONCHITIS. SORE
THkOAT, CATARRH, DIf HTHERIA
Whooriji Coik., .EmmIwW Ciwp ''
tin h. Cr.lt,!iiiH. ,.h aut
u m tod IhiMi. puklm bn.ihus .ur la im
cm cl cold, I 4Se Ih. "' f .,'0,l
couth. It it booa to tulcicn hem Atuima
Cr.io1.n6 U powerful fcnnlclde.. tctint both .
., . tuli tad pitMnti la reauwu diM,fl'
Cr...l.no'. Um rccommCBdalioa u lit thuly
tH Ol IU(CttMUl u"
Tr J.U Vr al DnwUta
Throat Tapjotl. liiuo!.
aad aaciUJag (or lit. ii
lined lluoit 10a.
Tat Vim CmaUa. Ca.
IM Fid.. Slnrt,
Mio Tk ,,
and Goldilocks. How that baby would
miss his sister after Saturday!
"Bedtime now," said mother, who
had rocked tho llttlo baby to sleep.
"Ono more tow-ey, muvcr, nlst one
more," entreated Richard.
"Please, mother, let mo toll him ono
more." added '.Muriel, hugging tno prec'
n;l" Mm Booci-nignt to mo tamiiy.
"Waiting, for you, of course.
,lon ' Mipposo I .would go up to
"'""' "" Jul"
'Well, wait n mlnuto thcn.V replied
Muriel, feeling sorry for tho girl. -To
bo r.ure, Loulso would miss her sister
all her life. It was sad. It certainty
was sad! "I'm going In to havo n
look at the baby." sho udded. "I'll he
gone only a mlnuto." .
Muriel knelt by the crib and kissed
tho 'sleeping Infant. Tears filled her
eyes. Dauy .would never remember
her Bister Muriel.
"Why, what aro you crying nbout?"
demanded Jimmy when Muriel came
out of tho bedroom with wet eye
lashes. . "!.)
"Sho looked so sweet,"- said Muriel
"Dless your1 heart," exclaimed moth
er, drawing' Muriel to hor Bide, "when
you were a baby I couldn't look nt you
sometimes mid keep Ihu tears back.
Voit wcro my llrst baby and seemed
too sweet and dear" to llvo."
"Lovo you ten bushels'." Klchard
callrd as Muriel followed I-otilao Into
' "Mother does, too," floated up the
That was distressingly sad. Muriel
hadn't realized that mother cared so
Tho following day, her last cntlro
day at home, Muriel was a model
daughter ami, sister. When she wash
ed tho supper dishes toulso stayed In
the ktchcn and rend n story aloud.
"I'll novcr grumble nbout wushlng
dlr.hcs again." declared lionise. "It
makes mo nshiimed of myself to lmvo
to make you do It' all. Ixt's nuvcr bo
shirkers again, Muriel."
"I know wu've been hoi rid to each
other about dishes,'' agreed Muriel.
"What If thcro wero only ono of us?"
"Oh," besought Loulso, "don't men
tion It! Why, I Just couldn't live with
That was tragic sadness. It gave
Muriel a lump In her throat nnd made
her hands so -awkward she almost
dropped Jimmy's "For a Good Boy"
cup 'that was given to hlni,when ho
was llvo years old. Jimmy was a good
hoy, after all, when you thought It
over and compared him with other
boys. Ho would probably miss hU
Uy this tlmo Muriel wns convinced
that the only way to run away from
homo was to run uwuy hefnro you
stopped to consider tho feelings of the
Saturday Murlol moved softly about
tho house, telling Richard stories and
wondering whero bIio would Bleep that
Tho child planned to slip away af
ter dlmier; but tho postman loft a
letter from Auut Katlu which announc
ed that sho .and grandma would ar
rive that afternoon to sluy n week ho
fofo going' on to Ifow York, Tlls
meant that Jimmy must bo sent to tho
back lot after hcrrlea for supper.
"I don't want to go alono," objected
the boy. ''Cpmo aloug with me, Mur-'
Jimmy must have been surprise!)
when Muriel consented. Ho didn't
know, of course, that tho llttlo girl
couldn't refuse his request under the
circumstances. Sua wished her broth
er's last memories' of her to bo of her
great kindness.!1 On tho way homo
with tho berries Jimmy wondered
what had happened to Muriel's ton
gue Sho simply wouldn't talk. How
could, sho when sho kopt thinking that
uover again would sho and Jimmy
cruss tho Holds together!
At four o'clock Muriel ran away.
Sho went us fur as tho garden gutc.
Thero sho nt upon n nionu and pitied,
not the sorrowing family, but liorbclf.
it was btid that Mic must run nwayi
It was so sad that Muriel's tears wet
tho brown paper diary; Ilia only pos
session sho was taking with her Into
Suddenly Itlchnril's bright hoad pop
ped In vlow. Ho was running down
tho garden path much excited. Auut
Kullo lidd urrlvcU und hud brought
i A SMn of Beauty is a Joy.Forevet
DB. T. FELIX 0L'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTlFIEft
IUati, ftnd MlIb Dti.wa,
ni vcrr vrmiPB
DMIluwl lfif IFfl
of an fin. ma
W in harm! w
Is prcpfrlr nut
If It vt ilinl-it
lamt. VT, U
ftarrt m to l
lair of mc hit
ton (ft tvUlrott
wUl u th.j.
'IlaiMnd'i rrpmft tniVftrt him fit I n ith
kli trf orlOD." rot Ml t7 ft1! nnifftMi inn r anty
oWi ItScrtlB oi Uftlied 9t,U..iiU i.d Karon
UBD.f.WfIi)ltffti.3&Ju Sired ttcwTr
him the beg red balloon ho was waiv
ing In the air.
"Mori," ho cnllcd. "Tuni home!"
"I will," responded sister Muriel,
who lived happily ever after that-Is,
after bIio destroyed the diary which
must never be seen by her grandchil
dren. Moral If your brother puts toads In
your dinner pall nnd you feel that you
must run nwny, do It Immediately.
WILL SOLICIT FUNDS
FOR FLORAL PARADE
J. It. Gait, chairman of tho (1
nance committee of tnc Floral ,1'a
rnrin. has annolnted HM. Towse as
secrctnry of tho finance committee.
In addition, tho following-named
will ntsc servo: C. II. Athcrton,
John Waterhousc, F.W. Mucfnrlanc.
These will inako n systematic cam
paign for funds throughout tho
This procedure) will differ from
that of former years. In past years
the big business houses only hnvc
been upproached tor funds, but this
year subscriptions will be solicited
from everyone. Hnolo houses, Chi
nese, Japanese and, Portuguoco will
be asked to subscribe,-such sums uK
they can afford. In this way tho,
general public will lie npproached
instead of the favored few.
The matter of solicitation has been
taken up with the j'upuncso Mer
chants' Association and with many
prominent Chinese merchants of Ho'
uolulu. As yet no fhnds lmvo been
collected, but within itho next few1
days letters Including return post
cards will be mailed out to all tho
business houses of this city, und It,
Is hoped lu tliW way that many will
subscribe to tho Floral Parade fuud.
It Is not the Intention to solicit
largo sums froni.'niiy olio Individual
firm, but liv Including nil business
firms to onti Unite, the masses will'
be reached instead of only it fow, as
In pust years.
MISS SHERIDAN'S SUCCESS.
Ily the nctloirof the director.! of
tho Associated In creating the ollUe
of assistant secretury at u recent
meeting at. the offices .In tho Ken
ntver fields, and the appointment i:
Miss Gall Shcrlduu, formerly . chief
stenographer In the Associated ofllc'ii
In San Francisco, to, fill the position.
Miss Sheridan becomes at one und
tho sumo tlmo the most hlghlyrpuld
woman In the Stnto of California!
and tho woman upon whom thu
greatest business responsibilities
rest. This, too, In a Stulo of groat
and Important, women. San Frun-
Miss Sheridan Is vdry well known
In this city, whore sho was for two
ycrtrs n valued member of Attorney
W. It. Castle's office staff.
STRANGE AND SLENDER
TAIL TO HALLEY'S COMET
CAMIiniDUE, Jan. 10. A strange
and slender' tall has boon' discovered
trailing behind tho neuclcus of Hal-
ley's comet, according to n dispatch
received at the Harvard observatory
frpm Prof. K. II. Frost, of Yerkcs oh-
eorvntory. Tho tall Is a faint ono
us yet. about 10 minutes In length,
nlid ut un auglo of K9 .degrees.
Hulley'u comet may now be scon
through u small telcscopo us n sort
of blur, IIUo u faint nehiilu. The
tall, lmwovor, Is too faint to ho
caught by nnythlng except u highly
senltlva photographic pinto, , ,
Tho comet Is tn tho western sky
In tho early evening, but later In
tho week the moon will probably he
cumu too bright to penult u sight of
tho celestial visitor.
.Bulletin.Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Rnnm Phon. 1AJ
PLC5. CURED IN 6 TO 14, DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any enso of Itching, Mind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S.oIA. -
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, shore Union Squire
Jutt oppoill. Hotel St. Francl.
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I ngicoit $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Ha waii&nlilandheadquarers. Cable
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Call and hear the beauti
ful new 'Hawaiian records for
the EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
Beth the told-moulded and
Araberol qualities. These are
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
to Ret a Oold Watch for $1 per week
is here. The beauty of it is, you can,
with that little saving, at the end
of a short time have a first-class
timepiece cr some other article worth
COME AND SEE US" ABOUT IT
Phone 512. 113 Hotel St.
With Mrs. NETTIE-HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAIR
COLOR. It Is tht only antiraty succiatful and
iatlictry preparation tor .ma aurpttt,
Slmplt H irmUst -. Cfrttln. Sold lor 20 yotrt,
racoram.ndid .and und with .sitlitictron by
thousands. Contains no lud. sulphur or'othtr
harmful Ingradltnt. ll "dyn" ana "rtitortrs"
hiv disappointed you, try this. It novor falls.
$1.00. At all flrtt-eliu drugghU aad
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Stop That Cold
will do it.
' Only at
Cor, Fort and king Sti.
B00KS1 BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON, CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bide.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bid. Fort St.
-I-or Ul" ,cird at Bullttlfs
W AN T S
Parisian dressmaker, artistic design
er, will make fnncy evening and
dinner gowns, nlso suits, at rea
sonable prices. Newest Imported
books; high-class workmanship and
lit guaranteed. Address "15,"
Evcryono to nsk for tho Dig Nickel
Tnblct. For sale at the llulletln
office and In stationery stores, tf
To rent two or three room, neatly
furnished house; business couple.
Address, "tfi," llulletln. 4520-lt
lluck and wing dnncers, male or fe
male, for amateur night. Apply
nt Art Theater. 4527-St
Clean wiping rasa at tht Bullttln of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Ily young Japanese, situation In
store. Good worker. Smnll wage
to start. "A. II.'', this office.
Open-fnccd Elgin watch; monogram
"C. I." on back. Fob attached,
with Knights Templar charm. He-
ward, this office. 452G-.1t
Dr. F. SCIiURMANN
Corner Union nud Beretania SU.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a. m., 3-6 p. tn.
S. E. LUCAS,
Maionio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-clan spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
A. R. ROWAT, 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
Heat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop &,Co.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBINQ and PAINTINQ.
Offlce: Honolulu Painting Co., tSl
King St.; P. 0. Box .914.
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, ii per uay
$10 and upwards per mouth. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAjSDELL, Prop.
Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretania Street,
and other property.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nlgfcti at
8:30 o'clock, Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New' Dances a Specialty.
.Information furnished by Otto
Burmester. Phone Res. 1170.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California mo
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, ,Eto. Attorney for tht
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT 8T
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENT!.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all oar old cus
tomer come back.
Consulting, Designing qttd Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145,
Bulletin Business Office Phone .250.
bulletin Editorial Koum Puouc 1US.'
llcai-n" totlngo nt Diamond Head.
Address "N.", llulletln office.
Clean furnished rooms; 1. $1.
per week. 12S1 Fort St
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool turnlihcd rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1034 '
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4400-tI
tho Trnnso envelope a tlmo-savlng"
Invention. No addressing neces
sary lu sending out bills or re
celpts. llulletln Publishing Co..
sole agents for patentee. tt
Diamonds nnd Jewelry bought, sold
ami exchanged. Ilargulns In
watches, musical goods, etc. -J.
Carlo, Fort St. 4491-tr
Inter-lslnnd and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, nt llulletln office. tt
Scltsors, knives, razors, saws, lawn
mowers ground and sharpened;1
good work. Phono 1161. Cor.
Klnnu and Pllkol Sts. 4494-lm
Piano taught in G trios, S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
adult beginners. Music, llnjlctlu
Jaoanese Employment Association,
Mauuakca .near Assl Theater. Cull
up phono C9.7 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co. , Dramatic Studio, 176 Here
tnnla. Phono 33. ,
fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hottl and Pauahl.
1129 Fort. St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOStON BAKED BEANS. ,,
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Bine up 197.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Tired Feeling, .
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
;Bath and Electrical Treatment.
ORIENTAL GOODS (
WING WO TA1 & CO.
041 Nuuanu St. Phone 268.
Delivered to residence
and office at 28o k
hundred in 10-lb. lota
r mora. ,
W. O. BARNHART,
1S3 Merchant t
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of' Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu, T. H.
AND OTHER PIANOS ,
Thayer Piano Co.
KO Hotel St. Phone 218.
, TUNING GUARANTEED
DULLUTIN AOS PAY