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FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Dressmaker, from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
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Beretania and Fort streets.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
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Young Bldg. Tel. 339.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Bldg. 'Port St.
For December.' ,
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bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Short Stories For
WANltD-4 MAN ii)T TOO HONEST
By Kenneth Harris.
, "Ira I', la takln' to wcnrln' liU "When tho railroad come tlnouRh Nod.
Sunday clo'cs weekdays a good deal,
tccniB like to me," remarked Solo
mon llaker, as the rather spruce vil
lage clerk left the store, "Wonder
who he g n-makln' ilp to.''-
"It don't roller 'at he's a-makln'
up to anybody Jest hecus h). Axes up
some," contended the storekeeper.
'It I didn't have to rassle coal lie
har'ls an sacks p taters an' flour, 1
might fix dp myse'f Jest for the
pleasure It ud give me' to see myself
In the glass." I
"You're easy pleased It that ud
glvb you any pleasure," growled Old
Mail Somarlndyk. "If I had your
face, I'd learn to shave myself In the
".It's more lils flgger than his face
that ttufe Is fctuc'k on." leered llaker.
He has to have his nali'ts cut out
with a circular saw to hi the bows
In his lalgg) Uufe ddest I Halnt got
no Objection to n man wcarin good
clo'es. thoiigh. I was Jest nbtlcln'
Ira P.'' i
"I hate tb seo a man nut on liics."
said o!d, Man gdrh'ariridyk. "ll'g all
very weir for o woutata to nrlmn an
lirettv. llllt. Whltn n. man dn.a It
seems like Jp nio there's sulhln'
wiong wun mm.
It sorter depends 'co'dln to my
notion," said Washington Hancock
"It depends some of the feller an'
sonio on where he Is. Some cliOm
'at fine feathers make fine hlrrta nn'
others 'fit han'some Is as han'eomo
uuca., 'iaere was iwo Tellers uacK
In' odlw'ay, whero I uster live, that
had th"elrown Ideas about that. Hoth
lawyers tti'oy Was. One was named
Levi W..Porstetter an' thp other Joe
Chrls'tened Joscpli, wasn't he?";ach.?.01'. ot porpoises were playing.
Inquired tho storekeeper, with an
elaborate wink at the group.
Don't take no notice of him;
Wash," said Uakcras Hancock' star
ed at his Interrupter. "What about,
"They was both ccntormen." said
Hancock, still regarding tho store
keeper wlt6 yltKerlhg scorn. 'Thc'y
both 'ha'd; sense enough to keep their
mouths shut .when thero wasn't no
call for them to put their bar In.
There's some folks 'at baln't like
"flo, ahead, Wash." said thb store
kfeeper, .In conciliatory tones, "I was
"You meari you was Jest talkln' fool
ish," Hancock corrected. "Weill as
I was Baying," ho resumed, "they was
both smart men irn' both of 'cm law
yers, but they had their own Idcba
about flxln' up. t Lovi was right dudlsh.
Ho had his clo'es' rria'dc special tb fit
him an' nobuddy else, an' his shoes
was alius polished up bo's you could
seo to sliavo In 'em J he woro a white
shirt and collar an' nccktlb every day
on' you hover seen a sneck o' dirt
about him. That was Levi.
i "Jor was Jest tho othor way, You'd
never have s'posod, ,ho was anythln'
but somo ornery Dottomlto Btrayed In
to town. Ho didn't look to havo any
moro' 'scnsB than Rufe's got; : llo
usod to wear butternut pants, natcliod
on tho scat, ah' o'no Idtg tucked In his
tioot an' ono lalg out an' his oP black
slouch hat had holes In tbo crown an'
his' chin 'whiskers' was streaked with
terbackcr. If over anybilddy looked
like distress, It was Joe, but whenever
anybuddy picked him for, a fool, they
dropped htm right quick.
'"Levi would get Up ofo'ro a Jury on'
mako n right good .talk, Jest as you'd
oxpect he would, tb look at him. He'd
bring out his .facts an' Aggers an'
dates, ono after the othor; 'as. clear aa
c'd bo an' lie d have tho. raw on this
an' that p'int right at his flngor'tf
ends, but somehqw IL never seemed to
do much good. I reckon ho looked too
slick an' flnc-hnlred. AnyWay ho nov
er had much of a business."
"Ho didn't deserve ono," remarked
Old Mnn Som&rlndykb.
"Well, that's as Way be," said lla
cock. "I reckon most ,o fth'o folks
thought tho way you'do. You'd havo to
took to Joo. When Jpo got up to maki
his talk, you felt sort o' sorry for h.fm
to begli with- Ho'd lookjirouod kind
q hclpIcBB nn' scratch Ills' head an
"Then ho'd begin to say sulhln' In
n slow, easy way; an' pretty Boon
you'd And tio waVstirb eriough sayln
sutliln'. When bo , mado tho eagle
scream, It was worth' llstcnln' to. Ho'd
send her clear up out o' sight an' then
let her dowh'wjih a rush' and a whoop
to Blnk her claws Into you an Inch
deep. An' you'd say,' 'Who'd havo
thought thoold'skeczlck's' had It in
"An' whatever be siild 'ud'sound ton
times more conrlncln' orcount of ono
patitB lalglbeln' tucked In his boot an'
the other ono out. Bycn if It wasn't, a
Jury cusettho JudBo;Ud most alius de
cide Jpo's way! The'cBhsoquerico was
that If anybuddy got Into tfoublo of
any klnd,'they'd 'mOs't'allUB' try to got
"Doesn't that. go. to show what I
claim Is right about folks puttln' on
lugs?" demanded Old Man Somarln
dyk. "It cert'lnly does," conceded Han
cock. "Still there's sulhln' to bo Bald
for tho other eldo," ho continued.
nwn' 'hc' wanted a good man to ta!:o
r1iniitii tt limit, nrtanrt nti' lnn.t 1 1 mlml
viiui fw ui tin is vnota mi icmi i niiak
btuuess they had In tlie I.cglslattirp,
an' they picked Levi. That gae htm
his start.) an' ho'a a tic cornoratluii
lawyer now, flUI Jest as , likely ns not
to be called liito the Cabinet. They
wouldn't liavonothln'!to say to Joe."
"Why not, It ho was such a.llnv
dandy lawyer?" asked the storekeep
er. "It was hjs looks," explained Han
cock. "Tlicy way ho dressed aii" act
ed kinder madq cajiltal mfslriist him.
Tho president of tlio rallron.) fealb that
he might be all right, but personally
speaking, he'd never feel suro that J'oo
wouldn't turn out lo be more or less
of an honest rnafl'.
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FIERY VOLCANO IS
SIQHTED DY CREW
Mlllloniof Animals Hover Around the
Crater, Say Officers of British
Portland Telegram, Kcb. 16: Com
Ins across the Pacific from Mauritius
the British steamship Olcnaftrlc, Cap
tain I-ano, reaching Portland yester
day, followed a course out of the ordi
nary routo' of freighters', and tlib of
ficers and crow weio treated to 'an
iltjusual sight that of a volcano In
ictlv eruption. It rau emitllnK dense
clouds of smoke and white vabr, and
greqt streams of burning lava were
pouring down lis bides. Occasionally
H column of '"lamfis Would shoot into
tho heavens and this would be followed
by il rumu'lliiR holso not uullku tho'
peals of distant thunder.
Near llio base of thb volcano, croat
inuy scemcii 10 ue so iiiick mat one
could almost wdllt on Iholr imrica wllh,
a'lit getting his feet we't. Abovo them
circled iliyrladS of sea birds, Among
them word gulls, .caliawks, (ho Xrlgato
bird and innumerablii other varieties.
Tlie fowl and portiOlses seemed to be
attached to tholr wlord home; novcr
leaving It for any considerable ills
turice. ' iiur'i .
, The volcano Is situated in latitudo
20 MO north and tongltudo 144:50 east.
)Vhllo geographers usually refer to It
aa tho Volcahlo Island, Ernest E. V,
Drak6, second,, officer of the Olcnaffrlc,
who Is collecting data for the Drltlsh
Government Meteorological Durcau,
says its proper numo is tho volcano of
Parallon de Pajalcs. Hls.obsoryatloUs
led him to, placo its height at' 10SD
feet' above tho Sea level. Ho u nr-
paring' an Interesting report far for-
warning 10 mo uurcau. it 'Was sighted
when jtho .steamer was 27 days out
At tho rfcter Island tbo big .freighter
took on a c:irgo of sugar for Van
couver, B. C, nnd fhohad Just dollv
'ered tho shipment bcfurnbelug ordered
tb, Portland to load llll.lbcr for Hli.inr.
hdl She completed tho. passago from
Mauritius to tho Canadian 'port In 4tt
nays, traversing n distance of approxl
niately 10,000 miles. It Is ono, of the
quickest voyagey for a tramp steamer
between .tho .two ports on record,
largely attributable to tho fact that
alio ptcKed out a shorter course than
that usually followed. On tho samo
run the avcrago passago for (bu .tramp
is us days.
I In tho crow of thb Olcnaffrlc nro 17
Mohammedans not Hlndusaccprdlng
to the officers of thu steamer, They
explain. that n Hindu was never known
to go to sea and. if. one of them should
happen' to. leave his native s,horu hu
would Iohq hjs, case, It, upp.cars that'
their peculiar religious belief will not
permit thoni to i'o to sea, or. to cross
tho "black waters." Tho Mohamme
dans are often referred to as Lascars,
this being un East Indian' term for
sailors. , , .
L03T DOQ TRACED BY
LICENSE FOUND IN SAUSAGE
LOS ANOF.LES, Cal.. Fob. 20 "AV.hy
is a wiener sandwich callod a hot dog?"
was answered yesterday In thb devel
opments' that followed tho lludlug of
tn'o mutilated bits of metal In oiiu of
the sauSagcs which MrS. O, E. Sea
wrlght cooked, for her husband's' mid
. Scawrlght was enjoying tho wiener
when hrs teeth struck u hard Sub;
stance; which on being drawn out
proved to)' b'o a' bit of brass bearing
tho wor:d "dbg."'
Tho' second Jplcco found In tho samo
aausago proved to bd a bit of brass
bearing the number li'43. Sewrlght,
stopped dating and hurried to tho
liconsb bureau at the city hall, whero
blf suspicions' w'ero verified :by'Uho In
formation tha'rllconsd No. 1447, had
been Issued to Mcs Anna Dell, a prom
inent young woman of this city.
"pid you. own dog license 1443?"
Sowrlght asked' when he reached Miss
Dell's home, ,
'.'Oh, do -ou know whero. Sparker
in l VHbvrjy imiutreu iuu yuuui, nuui
0D' ' ' f 1,
"Only part of him;' ropllod So
wrlght. Then ho explained.
185 .editorial rooms 250 busi
ness otfjpe,, Thess are trjs tslsp'hons
numbers' of the Bullitln offlwi.
r Cherry Pectoral.
Eixtj wears ago physicians first
used Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, and
ever since then it has been tho
standard coughremedy all over tho
world. Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keep a bottlo of it in tho' house
ready for -an omorgonoy.
controls tho spasmodic efforts of
coughing,rel jeves the congestion in
the throat, quiets the inflammation
in tho bronchial tubes, and prevents
the" lungs from becoming involved.
There aro many substitutes and
imitations. Bo euro you got Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral, it contains no
narcotic or potaon of any1 kind.
Put up In largo nnd small bottles.
rnnrtJ it Dr. ' C Air k C., lo,ll, Mill., U.S. A.
i ' .i
WHY USE A POOR
QUALITY OF TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU
CAN GET SOMETHING
"THAT WILL RESIST
WEAR" AND ,QIVE YOU
FOR THE SAME MONEY?
J. A. B. Vieira
PHONE 612. 113 HOTEL ST.
Heat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethe
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
i .Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Eto.; 'Eta; AlTkiEdi of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Ifade If
Orders . ,
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything abiolutelj new and
f re'sh. from the. Coast .. hi
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL IT.
i. Importers of.
WING WO TAI SCO
841 Nuuanu St. Phone .268.
. You'll Find ,
FRAMED.. PICTURES I -for
Wirier On Choncr's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel.
; ftlNB&T FIT
wi cloth of A-l quality cain W jrnr
" . , ehMed from
O. tot Ml. Ttlsrtons Ml.
.'Bicycle thon and general repairing
wrork. ..Soecialtv in nicklelsUver
and CQlcTWtea 'work. ' ' "dl
' ...KINO. bjP?.,ALAPJ(lST,.'
'Va Sali" eartia ,'' Bulkstllt,
Undertaker And embalmer
Prompt .and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
. . .CATHOLIC SISTERS,. .
Phone 179 Night Call 1014
""T "V", "
Come and learn saiticalan at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING ctf
Beretania St.. 0pp. Sachi'. A
To hire n good lively saddle horse
Tor several dayB In the week uy n
party Hint knows how to ride; tins
own outnt, saddle, etc. Answer,
"N. J. A.", Ilulletln office.
'Kveryofio to know that J. E. Iloclia,
tho tailor, has removed from the
Harrison building to Itooras 35
and 38, Young Hotel. 4Su4-lm
Five loads of loam for tho hauling.
"II. C", Bulletin olllce.
Clean wiping rats at the Bulletin of
Young man, who Is first-class book
keeper, stenographer and typist,
wishes position. Address "Com
petent," Ilulletln offlcc. tt
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Address "A," Ilulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Famltlos or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzlc, 1457AuIdLano. Tel. 1564.
Coachman wants position to drlvo
and take euro of horses. Ilest of
references. "S.", Ilulletln office.
lletwccn Diamond Head and town,
gold watch, monogram "C. It. C."
gold chain, Masonic emblem at
tached. Howard, return to C. It.
Phone C09 and nsk for Car No. 481:
Fred Noyes' new 1910 7-passcnger
Kissel Kar. Always ready) day or
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
pnone 19D. Young Hotel Htanu;
Chas. neynolds. . ".4G40.-tf
Dr. J. It Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea 8t., Mauka Pacilo Club. r
Office Hohn-From 10 to 12; from
8 to 4; from 7 to 8.
. , SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
tel Office, 590. Residence, 1480.
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons In Singing,
Pianoforte, Plpo Organ, etc.( Stu
dio, Kaplolanl Hldg.; room 17.
Res., 1C34 Kuuanu Ave.; phone
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania BU)
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. SaV-
ardaya. excepted. Operating, 8-19
al m., 3-6 p. m.
, Phone 33.
S. E. LUCAS,
Matonib Building, corner Hotel and
cThe best lenses in town to fit
every eye. i ,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables:' 10 a. m.
to 12 m.;.3 to 0 p. m. Residence;
8 td 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
'of your, pictures should
. be a matter of interest
to you and 'be intrust
ed only to experts.
OUR WORK WIXL BE
105f Fort Street
II Ian U books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc.. manufactureil,, by the. Bulletin
Itoom in elegant home; no other
roomers; lunnlng water, elec
tricity; ono block from two car
lines. 1027 I'llkol St. 4557-St
Two nlcely-furnlshed front rooms
for gentlemen, ln private family,
In Makikl district, near car line.
Address "Makikl," care Uu!letln,3
Ilcacli cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "ii", Ilulletln offlce.
Clean furnished rooms; (1, 11.50, $2
per week. 1281 Fort St. t!
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma. St.
RG0MS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1CT34
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tt
Tho Transo cnvclopo a time-saving
invention. No addressing' neces
sary In sending out bills or' re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
The finest residence site In Honolulu,
In 'Its most exclusive district. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad-,,
dress, J. James, Dox 527, City. "
At Miss Johnson's Curio Store on
Fort street, beautiful fernspains
and '-fruit trees. Set pieces for fu
. ncrals at rcasonnblo prices.
Ury.-un'd green nwa root In largo and
small quantities. Orders solicited.
Geo. Kaea, 938 Kelauliko street;
P. O. Ilox 5, Honolulu. 4G51-.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. Dargalns In
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
carlo, Fort St.
4494-U . fj
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
suit given nt once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs nidg., Fort St
, v. , 2- . . .
inter-island. and OaHu riatlroad ship
ping' books', at Uullotta office. tt
Jananese Employment Association,
Maunakca near Assl Theater. Call
up phone 697 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
fee Sing Kee-Plnmber and TiMmlti,
rfinlUj gt.. bet. Hotel nd PausDlT
W -' i i
AT VERY LOW PRICES i
Honolulu Wire, Bed lo.,-;M
KAPIOLANI BLOCK f
Comer Alakea and -King Streets tQ1 , flB'
Coyne ; : f
For Good Furniture
nsnufactursd f rpiriJ,pure, dlstlll4.,va:
r. Dslivsrsd to any part at elty by
0A1U ICE AND ELECTIIC CO.,
Kswsl. Tslwjione 1
Delivered to residsaeei
and ofieet at 25o pa..
hundred la 10-lb. Ie8
k more, '
W. O.. iArlNHAnT,'.
1M Msrehant L '
Tel. 141. ?
AND OTHER PIANOS .
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phone 218.
TUNING GUARANTEED '
185 aultor'lal' rooms 250 butt.
na.a Afflm Thau apat thi lalanhniia
Kiimh.K rt ISa RiiIIaiIm mM.a A Tlj
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