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EVENINO BULLETIN,. HONOLULU, T.,H., THURSDAY, FED. 3, 1910.
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lia and Fierce-Arrow.
Tour machine will be ready for
you when, we, say it will ,be. We
don't experiment on auto; we repair
Von Hariim - Yoiing
. ; Co., Ltd.
AlEXA.Ca YOUNG BUDLDINQ.
., 5 Telephone 5
BEHN has .his new 7.soated anto
ready for. business, at the
i Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakca and Hotel Streets.
"The Best-Built Oar in America"
YOUR HORSES SHOD ,, , . , ,
BY SKILLED FARRIERS
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Auto Tire' Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
, By Hour or Trip,
WE WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE FOR
LIGHTS OR BELLS
Union Eleotrio Co.,
, I. ,0. CARTER Proprietor
Harrison Building, Beretania Street
A: ' Giinst & Co.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
Itrj Delivered to any part of city by
p'ADD ICE AND ELECTRIC , CO.,
Kewale. Telephone TT8.
. . Aie the ART , GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
Short Stories For
A' NEW YEAR'S FANTASY
Tho long lino of people Btrotchodfwcro drawn, as tho wrap wns slipped
down tho wliidlnu walk In front of tho 'rom tho fairy godmothor's shoulders
White House and through tho gatoand
out into the BtTcet! On Now year', da?
all tho world might come and Bhako
band, with tho President, .and it
.i .. i. !. .1. lm.im.i.,.li
scorned as If half tho. world had avail-.
ed Itself .of tho privilege.
Marcla Mark. .felt almost overpow-'
.,. i,, .h n,n,'i,i t .i, hnnni n.-t
-. hr- i,. xi'.min n,i , vof
learned to. shrug her thoulders at hlgli
ui.lifnn ami' nn.ru., nfflplrtU. Rim h.1,1 .
been In Washington only three week's,
That Bho was toon to have a, peep at
rr, .n,lnr.nf vlilh cl,n rin,1 haant n
much seemed like a part of tho fairy'
loro which 'she had loved as a, child .
Sho wlthed that there was somo one
who might sharo her pleasure. But.taKO caro o: Marcin.
chn hn,i mn.io nn rvinmu i hn hirt. And he did take caro of her, most
ed from one foot to tho other, moving
fnrwnr.l .ilirliHl- na fni..ll.i nt ho nlhni-i
end ot the Jlnc people wcro admitted
through a mnglc door.-
It was very cold, but Marcla'sheartl
was warm. For tho flrat' tlmo'ln her
life die wns earning' money, ani bIio
was, sending part of, It homo; Then,
too, shoMiad a hew hat, which wna a
great causa for happiness. It was tho
first really lovely hat that she hait
over 'possessed, but $60 a'monlh Eeem
od such munlllcenco that Marcla had
given way to temptation and had
bought the lovely plumed thing.
Bho did not1 iircam that hcr'oxq'ulBltq
blonde beauty framed by tho blg;hat
wni attracting tho attention not ouly
of tlio pedestrians but ot (ho occupanu'
of the nutos.and oflho carriages that
dtavo slowly In lino toward the other1
cntfahco, where 'a privileged fow wore
admitted at onco to tho Mue room;
Marcla feasted her eyes on the pretty
gowns, and for the first !tltno ns she
stood thcro In the cold a llttlo'bl't ot
envy entered her heart. Why shouldn't
sho rldo In, luxurious comfortT Sho
had beauty and youth, and loved a
Dut even aa tho thpught entered, she
put tt awayl 'Wasn't sho lucky enough
with her $60 a month and her new hat?
And once more her face was bright
and sho-held herhcad high.
Then suddenly she gave a startled
glanco from under tho brim of her hat,
as tho door 'of a gr.cat motor car 'open
ed and a volco snld "Won't you get Id
hero' with met"
Tho woman who Bpoko wns beautiful
with tho beauty of old 'age. Under her
wide hat her bald was-whlto, but she
held herself with graco ami dignity.
"Oh," 'Marcla faltered, and the lady
said quietly, "Get In, my dear, I will
. Bo Marcla, followed by tho eyes ot
tho.'Crpwd, stopped. Into tho wonderful
enr, which went olowly up tho drlvo
Then tho beautiful lady turned to
her wllh sparkling eyps. "Was, your
grandmother Martha Wllhcrspoon?"
Tho beautiful lady clapped' her
hands. "I know It, tho minute I laid
my oyc. on )ou," tho said. "As you
stood there .with i'our hoad hold high
In that haughty l!tt!o way, and with
your bluo eyes,nud your red-gold hair.
It was as If my ilejr school friend had
como back to mo." '
"Grandmother Is tho dearest thlug,"
Mnrcla said, "and ns pretty na over."
"I lost track ot her," tho beautiful
lady told her, "whon I went, abroad
yoara ago, and when I snw you I
wasn't going to run the chanco of not
flndlng you ugaln bo I mado you get
In, nnd mado you loso your placo In
tho line." ,
"Oh, I don't mind that,' said Mar
cla. "I enn go back to tho end and
"Indeed' you won't," said tho beauti
ful lady, "I am going to take you
right along with mo to tho bluo' room.
I am to stand behind tho receiving
lino, i nnd you shall meet tho President
and go on to tho east room, and wait
for mo there."
"I am going to play fairy godmother
and put my wrap on you. Your gloves
nro nil right, and your hat, and you
shall havo my violets, and presto!
you win Do a young lady of faBhlon.1
Marcla protested, but fbr Just ono
moment the curtains of tho closed car
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PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S.ofA. .' ...
They are exclusive in moit
nnd trnnsforrod to Marcl'a'a moro alen
.r one and then tho crowd looking
."" B?7 l"u '"""" """"1" ""'
" s ?''no , "tLiZt
blush ng beaut lully over her bouquet
. .,,. . .,.' .... .
"V... .. . . ,' " .l' ..,,. mw
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.cla tli entrance Into tho brilliantly
lighted rooms, tho music, tho rustlo of
.a'1"'" S.w"'' "J0 Presentation to tho
rLBUH.Mll. OJ1U liruv. u bic.iv-u.iuw. .
flight, hs she fettled herself finally
mn corner of tho east room
" UlMre Wila UIUIU lu luuun, wi ...
a few moments ,th fairy godmother
" th Prince. He was the nephew
f "" beautiful lady, nnd ho was to
eraclously, and he. talked with her a3
It SllO WCrO fl PrlnCCSS InstCnd Of 8
very shabby, little girl,- with her shab
blncss covered by a borrowed cloak.
'Aren't you wnrm," he asked her
onco, and Marcla said, hurriedly, "Oh
no." Hut when he said again, "I think
you'd better let mo tako your wrap,"
sho laughed nnd confessed:
It' your aunt's cloak, and I wish
you could sco what a very shabby lit
tle suit I am wearing under It."
And tho prince said the cloak wasn t
any prettier than tho hat, and that the
hair under the hat waa the prettiest
of all, and Just then the beautiful lady
enmo along and asked: "Have you
mado friends with my boy, Marcla?"
"I think ho la lovely," sho said, and
She wns carried oft to dinner with
tho beautiful -iady, and tho prlnco
went, too. And when Marcla took off
tho cloak ho, said ho lilted her In her
slmplo llttlo suit. "Only you must still
wear the violets, becauso they match
It was all very dear and delightful
but that night when Mnrcla went
homo to her poor llttlo apartment sho
told herself that, of course, sho must
not expect anything more. It was a
.Now Year's Xalry tale, and that was
But tho beautiful lady came every
day and took Marcla out with, her,
and often tho prlnco was there, and
at last ono day Marcla said: "Dear
beautiful lady, you must not; you aro
spoiling mo for everyday things."
But Bho did not say' that 'tho real
reason for her protest was because of
th'o prince. lie was such a charming
prlnco, and sho felt that for her own
peaco of mind sho must not sco too
much of him.
And as Marcla withdrew moro and
moro, tho prlnco ono day demanded of
tho fairy godmother: "Whoro'H our
"Sho InslstF," tho old lady replied,
"on sitting In tho ashes. She says wo
aro ton' fine for her' with our pumpkin
coaches nnd our palaces."
"Humph," said the prince., "I guoss
wo will sco about flint.'-, Ho thereupon
sought Marcla In her shabby apart
ment. Marcla's 'faco was radiant as she
welcomed him. "Dut you must not
como again," sho said when ho was
"Becauso," said Marcla, which was
not a real reason.
"I shall como as often as L nlease."
, Then Marcla stood ur very straight
and toll, "I am only a,' shabby llttlo
Cinderella," alio said,- "and I must
fork, nnd I haven't the tlmo to fritter
away with fairy godmothers and
princes who wear- gardenas."
Then ho looked very sober and ask
ed. "Do you think I fritter away my
"Yes," Marcla- told him, "I do."
"Well,- tomorrow, I .am igolng to
work," ho told her. "They havo or
dered mo to tho Philippines. I shall
bo gon'o six months."'
Something In her volco mado him
Bay sharply, "You caro?"
Marcla tried to Bay, "Oh, no," but
her lips wero white and her volco
Then tho prlnco gathorcd her Into
his arms. "You shall go with mo, llt
tlo Clndcrolla." ho said. "From tho
mlntito I baw you (ln your fairy god
mothcr'o cloak, I know you wcro tho
"And I knew you were tho ono man,"
sho told him later, "but somehow I
felt that It would never really como
true for It seemed only, a Now Year's
A SMn of Beatity is a Joy Forevei
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Utr tWturU wiubh for trur cot
lM M(l OCCMOa, ,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Sulu for $25.
Wc make Rubber Stamps Back
Handle' Self Inkers and Facsimile.
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PEARLS .NORTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIBITION AT THE
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Arctic Soda Water Works
XEITHEAD & WOODWARD
The Fashion Saloon
Meet vour friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks. -.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Jack Scully. 1 Jack Roberts.
U Biff U for DDOktarat
dlicliargw, to flam tuitions,
Irrlutloii vr ulceratlool
kaoimit.o .mm ' --- - -
Hold br nnicauti.'i
Circuit, .tat en ivom!
Blank, books ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc., tnanufact'urcu by tho Bullotln
IF The most fashionable 'A
If women in town' are
m loud in their praise of tho (1
I graceful, charming styles ' 1
I , of the new models in out
K SHOES ;
Ur FOR WOMEN
I BEGAL SHOE STORE I
$500 " yA
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San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppoilte Hotel St. FtancU
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnlnh.
Ingscoit $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderatc rates. Center of theatre
ferrlng allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Ha wallanliUndheadquarers. Cable
address, Trawets." ABC Code.-
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
,C0MF, AND SEE US ABOUT IT
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Cor. Fort and King Sts.
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AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakea and King Streets
Pau Ka Hana
sctp that does the
At all Grocers.
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III. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
EUROPEAN AND ,
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN STS.
A full assortment, sizes 24''x00"
to 48"xl20", and gauges No, 16 to
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stenography and bookkeeping, for
general omco work. Apply "J.
II.", Ilullctln omco.
Local people and strangers to klow
thnt Nolto'a la place to got the
biggest and best meal In Honolulu
for twcnty-flvo cents. 822 Fort
Man to assist on automobile lamp
nnd radiators; ono who has served
ns coppersmith. J, W. Kershneri,
1177 Alakea St. 4530-lw
Hveryono to ask for tho Big N'lckol
Tablet, i-or sale ni mo uuiicun
ofllce and In stationery stores, tt
"A. B. C." wishes to Invest money In
a good going business. AddrcBA
"A. B. C", Bullotln omcc. 4S11
The rest of your family to know
about It nay It is Tho Bonlnc and
'way above the ordinary.
At onco, a compotont driver. Apply
nt tho French laundry. 4G313t
Three or four first-class carpenters.
Address "II.". Bullotln. 4531-3t
Young girl as Baleslady, at Pawaa
Junction Store. 4C33-31
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.flee. SITUATION WANTED.
By bright Amorlcan boy ot lis
omco, store or outside work out
ot school hours. Hale, P. 0. Box
C9C. . 4633-2t
Br young Japanese situation Iri
store. Oood workor. Small wngo
to start. "A. H.'V this ofllce.
On or near Hnckfold wharf, n gold
locket with monogram "It. J. T."
Ileturn this ofllco. 4530-31
Tho place to get tho blggeBt and boat
moal. In Honolulu for twenty-tiVe
cent's. It. Is' Nolto's, at 822 Fort
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner" Union and Beretania Bta.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.i Sat
urday! excepted. Operating:. 8-19
a.m.,.S-0 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor' Hotel and
, , , .Alakea. '
Anyone in need of ftrit-claM tpeo
taolei properly fitted call on him.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. B.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 0 p. in. Residence;
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p.m.
PHONES Club Stables. 109: Res
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RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
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unaer the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester. Phone Res. 1179.
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Clean furnished rooms! $1, 1.30, $2
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Two furnished rooms. Apply Ur.
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furnished cottage, S rooms. Phone
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnlvhed rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1G34
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Prices moderate 4450-tt
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A very neat llttlo home near Puna-
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bedrooms; porcelain bath; station
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Diamonds nnd Jowelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. Bargains In
watcher, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, I-'ort St. 444-tt
Men's clothing on credit $1 down,
$1 a week; suit given nt once. V.
Ivy Outlining Co., Sachs Illdg.,
Kort St. 4G29-U
Intor-Islnnd and Oahu Rallrohd ship
plnK books, at Bullcila offlce. -tf
Bclrsors, knives, razors, saws, lawn
rr.owcrr ground and sharpened:
good work. .Phone 1161. Cor.
Klnau and Pllkol Sta. 4494-lra
Piano tsught in 0 mos, 3 month (8
lewons). Special attention Uo
Jaaanete Employment Aiuoiattea,
Maunakoo- near Assl Theater. Call
up phono 097 It you want a cook,
good boy orservants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis.
co. uioinmw uiuaio. it 6 uere
tenia. Phone 33.
fee Mac Kee-Plumber and Tlnsmitk.
hnltk IU bet Hotel and PauahlT
M. E. Silva, ;
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt, and Polite Attention
1120 FORT STREET PHONE 179
Night Call, 1014 1
, 1129 Fort St.
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BOSTON) BAKED BEANS. ,
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN '
Rinjr up 197.
Delivered to residence
and offloea at fJo Hi
hundred in 10-lb, lota
tr mora. .
W. O. BARNHART,
m Merchant L
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hatt Cleaned and 'i
No Acids Used.. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURBO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Coavent
Honolulu, T. H.
Consulting, Designing and Con- -
Bridges, Buildings, Conorete Struc
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GOOD MEALS FOB 25 CENTS.
NEW AND, EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort. ,
We want to see all our old .cus
tomers come back.
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