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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY. .fA.V. 31, 1010.
On,Fort Street below
For Good Furniture
FOR HIRE SADDLE and DRIVING
1128 FORT STREET
..stents for the Hndun, Chalmers
uetroit, Kissel Kar. Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
Tonr machine will be ready foi
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autot; we retail
Al&XANLSR YOUNG BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5 "
BEHN has his new 7-seated auto
ready for business at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
HAVE YOUR AUTOMOBILE TOP
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
By Hour or Trip.
PHONE 191 m
WE WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE FOR
LIGHTS OR BELLS
Union Electric Co.,
Ii C. CARTER Proprietor
Harrison Building, Beretania Street
M. A. Gunst & Co.
manufactured from pure distilled wi
tr. Otllvired to any part of, city by
OAHD ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
Kswalo, Telsphons ftt.
Are the ART GOODS. shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
Short Stories For
AT THE DOUBLE 7 RANCH
U was tho time of tho annual, round
up at tho doublo 7 ranch. Tho shack
weg filled with cowboys waltlnB 'or
supper. Saory odors, noaung i"
through the open door of tho Wtchen
Indicated that the meal was In process
of preparation. '
"III there, ou golden headed polka
dob fnced feller out there rustlol"
called Wg mil. , ,
A slight fulr haired flKuro leaning
on crutchci, nppearcd In the floor
way. "Aw, you caw-punch, you, forgot It,
ho laughed good humoredly. ' "Tho
bastlir Iko put In the turkey Is all
ripped out so proceedings nro some
Ills 1)111 turned to tho other cow
bojs lounging beforo tho flro. .
"If It had been tho kid's neck In
stead of his leg'whnt Wall broke I sun
poso it would havo left bis faculties
unimpaired. An' also his 'biscuit
makln' propensities," ho added.
Tho young fellow retreated during
the' laught that followed.
Dlb Illll looked about htm and
tailed pleasantly. "Did ou eor hear
why that bloodhound pup of tho kid's
left camp bo suddenly 7'' ho aBkcd In a
olce designed to tarry as far as tho
Kitchen. . ,
Tho members of his nudlenco settled
themselves "to llBtcn. lllg BUI wbb tho
best part of tho round-up.
"Well, that bloodhound pup." ho
began, "was just plumb devoted to tho
Hil. it would roller him everywhere,
un' worse "n that It would eat anything
ho glvo It. I'vo scon him throw n
hardtack ou couldn't bust with n
forty-iiauml hammer lit tho lup and
tho pup would grin fer Joy and try to
eat It. Hut one day tho kid ow
reached hlmaclf. He threw n biscuit
of his own make at the poor animal.
Kid took him ocr back of tho cotton-
woods finally and put him out of his
mlrcry. I met tho kid conuir uacic
with his gun."
"'Where ou been?" I asked.
"'ShootluT he says back, glum as
"'Shootln' what? I continues, mild
ly but firmly, sccntln' a raj story.
"Vourn, I says, 'the bloodhound
pup! WnB ho mad?'
"'Well,' says tho kid. scratchln' his
head thoughtfully like, 'ho didn't look
to iloggoned veil pleased.' "
During tho laugh that followed, an
unbaked biscuit whizzed through tho
open kitchen door. Dig Dill dodged
Just in time and It fell Into tho flro
with a harmless', sputter. Dig Dill
Bprang to his feat and started for his
Invlslblo assailant but at this moment
Iko's deep voice boomed out: "Orub'a
Tho himgiy men gathered around
tho table and eoon ench cowboy was
Industriously disposing of tho bacon.
)iot biscuits and coffee beforo him.
Tho sllcnco was broken, suddenly, by
rt wild whoop from outside. The men
"Thcro's Si Iko Cyo with tho mall,"
remnrkrd lllg mil ns Iko wont to tho
door of tho shack. Ike had scarcely
opened tho door when a square brown
paper parcel hit tho table, half a
dorcn luttors and a paper flutterod In
and with unothed wild whoop Spike
Eye was off.
Hlg Dill picked up tho package
Ho handed it gravely to the boy with
crutches who Mashed at tho strings
nnd wrappings with tho carving knlfo
and or-cnod It yonderlngly.
"Its from Aunt Murgiret, ho an
nounced. "I wns going to lslt hor
when I broke my leg."
When tho outside wrappings wcro
taken off lasers of whlto tissue puper
appeared. He linn lied It gingerly" and
the men on each uldo of 'him shoved
away their chairs. Tho entlro com
pany prtM-cned a solemn silence that
only' ileiieci'il when thoilast lacr was
rrmovoil. disclosing a imlr of ulnk
eiderdown bcil-i'um slippers adorned
Vlh blue Batln bows. '
It wiis III;; mil wh(rspnko first.
"Friends" ho said colcmnly. "what
Rro wo going In iln about It? This
hero is too bciloim u limit or for our
iiung friend, whoso Intellect ain't so
fctrnng. but what It mlg'it bd wuss.
Ilowsoniovor, kid, hov ye any last
wishes concerning llio disposition of
No. tuko 'cm awav." bn nnswnrml
"Lxnctly," icplled nig Dili. "Now
the question for onr wavs nn' ninnrw
clmmltteo Is this: 'Is there any In
dUldual, profciably a female. In Pima
county or beyond to whom wo could
kho joutmr toKeiis or urtcctlon with
out fatal results?"
1 hero s tho wliool toarhor up at
rleiiHunt Viillcy," ventuicil Iko.
"An" thcio's Splko K)o Just aililn?
to shoot any feller full nr imin. n,,..
looks at) hor," casually added another.
Willis squaw." murmured n third,
Tho men sturtoil at Dm uiit,i.ru i
gloomy hIIpiicp. I'lnnlly n qulot young
'"""i """ ". ) tno iiiimo of Suro
They ate exclusive in 'most
firtnnM t itttrwii
I "Why don't you glo them to Uob
Harkcy'a kid over on Touts Creek?
Doc says she s got sotho fancy Bort of
disease Into her back-bono and shell
never be any better. Courso tho
things wmouldn't fit her, but they
might please her."
A shout of npplauso for Snro Sho
went up. Ills Dili Btnllcd at him ap
mmlnirlv. "And I might add," wout
on Dig Ulll, "that whllq It ain't no
: m..i.imnB ,nt tliJ. ali-ht (if thum
ornaments do fill hie most tremendous
lth a felln' of 'Chrlsfmas. samo as
I Had when I uso to hang up nt'
Btoi.kln' though mine wusn't any
such fancy breed as these here. Dut
I movo that slnco tho wld so cheer
fully donated these hero worldly goods
of hls'n, the test of us volunteer to
nit 'em lnstantuncatiB."
He closed his long speech by drop
pin? thrco gold pieces Into one' of tho
slippers and passing It to Ike. Iko
"Haw." ho ejaculated. "I won't touch
"cm. I'd as tier pick up a nest of kit
tens an' ruther. rut this yore In fer
me," and Jio handed nig Dill a little
pllo of gold pieces.
Thoy gave all that they had In gold,
theri began contributing whatever they
possessed in tho way of trinkets. lllg
mil took tho rabbit's foot charm from
hlB watch fob and put that In. Iko
went out into tho kitchen and camu
back 'with a shiny tin soap shaker
which Jio had purchased on his last
trip to Phoenix. Suro Shot added a
fountain pen nnd tho boy on crutches
a stick of shaving soap In a fancy box.
Doth slippers were filled at last and
tho men surxojed their work with
"An now whoso goln' to bu Santa
Claus?" Inquired nig Dill.
Iko rose and faced them. "You air
scrself," he announced decidedly.
"You got us Inter this an' jou'vo got
to git us out. You're It."
And beforo lie could protest the
others had Joyfully pressed tho slip
p:ers Into his hands nnd wero escort
ing him to tho door. '
It wa salmost morning when Dig
Dill came back. Ho did not go Into the
shack. He sat down on the step nnd
watched tho sky aboo tho Plnnl
whiten with thu coming dawn. There
was tho sound or crutches lapping on
tho floor of tho shack. Presently tho
door opened and the boy camo out.
For a long time neither spoke.
Finally Dig Illll cleared his throat.
"Her ma put 'cm on hor bed. Bho'll
sco 'em fust thing in tho morula'. Tho
old woman was tickled."
Tho boy said nothing.
"Say," Dig Dill burst out fiercely
after a moment of silence. "What'd
that kid ever do that sho's got to bo
that way always? Taln't right."
Tho boy shook his head. "I dunno,"
he said. "I'm glad she got tho sllp
liers though. Aunt Margaret, sho's
that way, too."
FORT WANTS PUBLIC
Thinks if People With State and
City Hatters Things Would
Happen to the Legislators Fa
vors State Paying Election Ex
penses. TRKNTON. N. J.. Jail. 11. Clov.
John Frank II n Fort does not think
much or the way his bill to create
a public utilities commission, Vlth
ample powers to regulate the public
service toiporutlons, was beaten In
tho last Legislature and Intimates
In his message, to tho Legislature to
day that It the people knew as much
as ho does about tho matter somo of
the lawmakers would be' rebuked.
After discussing the necessity of
such contiol of utilities, ho sas:
I- "The opposition to, such legislation
emanates solely from Interested
sources and corporations which con-
,trol Hie franchUcs for public utility
purposes, If tho pcoplo of tho Btato
could fully icallzo tho Influoiuc ex
acted to defeat this benoflclout leg
islation the result would liot bo
Gov. Fort declares tho people uro
helpless In tho grip or tho corpora
tions and demands that u commission
Ife recommends that tho direct prl.
mary law be extended to Include the
nomination of gubernatorial and con
gressional candidates, lie also wanta
ballot reform so thnt all legitimate
election expenses shall bo met by tho
State. Ho suggests tho law ho
amended so (lint all persons found
guilty of bribery shall ho deprived
of tho right of suffrage. '
Clov. Fort bays tho liquor llconso
Is too low and would havo tho fco
Increased and tho saloons limited so
that mi more than unci of every MM)
iiifinhllniits uu'ild qxlsl, A sweeping
cmp:))oi's liability law is also asked.
ALcrown of glory is a beautiful
head of hair. An (Australian lady
now in London
his don. my hair
a world or good.
Th." In to It, nr hau
ls now thick, gloaiy,
and soft, and when
'plaited U S5 inchti
I long. Arer'sIIalr Vigor
oogm to Do tiled by
every womna who
takes prldo Is her
Yoirnlso may have
such a crown of
'Jj giory it you win
follow the ex
ample of this lady nnd use
It will removo all dandruff and
mako your hair rich and' abundant.
rnwritt Br J. C Anr 4 C. Imn, Mm., U. S, A.
,AT VERY. LOW .PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
. XAPIOLANI BLOCK
Corner Alakea and King Streets
t cntfrrr crt-aa
'Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretania Street,
and other property.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KINO. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
BERGSTROH MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
PEARY'S ,N0RTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIBITION AT THE
No Hold-overs in Our
It's Always Fresh
Arctic Soda Water Works
LEITHEAD & WOODWARD
' The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks. '
Hotel Street near fort.
A full assortment, sizes 24"x8B"
to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 10' to
No. 28 fust to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Kimt St.
IH. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers nnd Jobbers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN STS.
iiKtm x x
V JB AliWl1
H AVI 1 1 n
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jul! oppoilt. Hold St. Frtncli
European PUn SI .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ings cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
ferrlng allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of Sin Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
mil h . v a iv x
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly all
vith bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Built, eauinned and
tonducted to please the really criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Sqnare, two blocks from Market St.
Convenient to principal shops, thea
ters ana rauroaa omces. umninus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 per day up
wun oain x.uu per aay up
Meals table d' hote or a la carte
Management of Gus 0. Larm.
' Call and hear the beauti
ful new Hawaiian records for
the EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
Both the gold-moulded and
Amberol qualities. These arc
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
to get a Gold 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 or some other article worth
. . ,
COME AND SEE US ABOUT IT
Phone 012. 113 Hotel St.
Stop That Cold
will do it
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Send for Our Select List of
FIFTY CALIFORNIA PAPERS
You can insert display
ads in the entire list for
FIVE DOLLARS AN INCH
THE DAKE ADVERTISING
427 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
wvutj wbi wu A attUHe VV,
Local people niul strangers to know
that Nolto'B Is place to gel ilin
hlKKCst nnd licit mc.il In Honolulu
for twenty-five cents. 822 Tort
Man to nsslsl on niitdmobllo lampH
nml radiators; one who has seneil
ns coppersmith. J. V. KcrshAer,
1177 Alakea St. 4530-lw
To rent two or thrco room, neatly-
furnished house; business couple
Address, "4u," Dulletln. 4S2C-U
Kerjonc to nsk for tho lllg Nickel
Tablet. For salo nt the Ilultetin
oftlce'nnd In stationery stores. If
The rest of jour family to Know
about It say It Is The Uonlne and
'way ahoo the ordlnnry.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Hy jounp Japanese, situation In
store. Good worker. Small wage
to Btart. "A. II.", this office.
On or n cur Hackfctd wharf, n gold
locket with monogram "K. J. T."
Hot urn this office. 4S30-Ut
The place to get the biggest nnd best
meal in Honolulu for twenty-live
cents. It Is Nolto's, at 822 Tort
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p'. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a. m., 3-6 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.
HOrURS-Cfob 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
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
tEverything absolutely new and
fresh "from" the Coast.
WAVXRLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
JHW'I . '
WING WO TAI & CO.
841 Nuuanu St. Phone 268.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Si, 0pp. Sachs',
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
Burmester, Phone Res. 1179.
P. H. BURNETTS
Com'r. of Deeds for California smd
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages,' Deeds, Bills of Sale,'
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
GOOD HEALS FOR 25 CENTI.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, 'Buildings, Conircte Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 143.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258,
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
llcat.il collage at Diamond Head.
Address "X ", llullctlu office.
Clean furnished rooms, $1, St. SO, 'i
per week. 12S1 Tort St. tf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
lirnls!ied cottage, .", rooms. Phono
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnldhed rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School St,
Prices moderate. 4450-tt
The Transo envelope n time-sax Ins
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
A ery neat little home near I'lina-
hou college. Mosquito-proof; If
bedrooms; porcelain hath; station
ary wash tub; large lapal. "11.
J.",- llulletln office. 4529-tC
Diamonds and jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. Ilargalus In
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Tort St. 4494-tt
Men's clothing on credit SI down,
$1 a week; Biilt ghen nt once. V.
Levy Outfitting Co., Sachs llldg.,
Tort St. 4529-tf
Standard-bred gelding, the cars
old; 10 hands; sound. Apply l.t.
Wlnnln, fehof.eld llarracks.
Intor-Islnnd nnd Uahu Railroad ship
ping hooks, at Ilulletl:i office. tf
Sclrsors, knives, razors, saSvs, lawn
mowers ground and sharpened;
good work. Phone 11C1. Cor.
Klunu and Pilkol Sts. 4491-lm
Piano taught in 6 mos, $3 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
adult beginners. .Music, llulletln
Jananese Employment Asaoelation,
Mallilnkca"ntar'Atsl Theater. Call,
up phono C97 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
,co. Drumatlv. Btudlo; 175 Uere
tnnl.i. Phone 33.
teasing Kee--Plomberand Tiusaitk.
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and ftSahfT
" . -i
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
rrompi and route Attention
1120 FORT STREET PHONE 178
Night Call. 1014
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD. "
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 187.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Tired Feeling, .
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment
Delivered to resldencM
and office at 25o k
hundred in 10-lk.-lots
W. 0. BARNHART,
113 Merchant t
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
.No Acids Uni Worlc Guaranteed.
FELii TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. 11.
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