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Apency for 'Hawaiian UlaiuLi:
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lowest- price, at Honolulu's
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OFFICE. SUPPLY CO.
With Enyelopes to Hatch
A. B. ARIEIQH & CO., LTD.
C. H. Behti
has two new 7'Seated autos for hire
shopping and calling a specialty.
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Short Sfories For Evening Hours n
'The only thing to do It is have It I "It throws a wholo table In," moan-
on Wednesday "afternoon," declared ed Patty. "Helen cook nncia uiai nor
Patty, her pen poised In air. "A third, cold Is'nuch better, bo ir i wouiu use
For the' very lateit in CORRE
SPONDENCE -PAPER-Eaton, Crane
& Pike'Co.-New'York'atyleiuit re
ceived. 'Ask 'to' lee" it; -J
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
i.enU for. the Hudson, Chalmers
uetroit, Kissel Xar, Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
1 Merchant St.
PARISIAN. ART CO.
European and Oriental
At' the , -
, . Parisian Art Co.
FORT ST, HARRISON BLDG.
Just Open A Visit WW Pay Ton
or the girls will wnnt to go to bargain
matinees nnd so I can ask everybody,
since I can count on half of thoso In
vited railing to come."
"Out supposo they, should all pre
fer your bridge partyt" suggested
Patty's best friend, dubiously.
"Now, nita, don't rush clouds Into
my perfectly clear sky," remonstrated
Patty, "I've iust got to ask almost a
hundred to, my. party and our apart
ment will hold sixty. nt a tight squeozo.
Even then l'vo got to use the dining
room and smoking room for card tables.
Hut I've got It all worked out with my
usual foresight and Ingenuity. Don't
faint, dear; It's -bod form.
"How hnye I worked It put Well,
I find that Wednesday Is the day of
the alumnae luncheon and still again
that the alumnae cards went out yes
terday. Ho you can seo for yourself
that, there ls.'nt a ghost of n chance of
moro than half tho girls coming."
';wel, lets get the cards-wruon,
sold' Rita. "Tho sooner we get them
out tho. sooner, vwe'll know who Isn't
The' replies to tho Invlattonn came
In fast. 'Regret followed "regret until
Patty almost feared the number of
acceptances would not bo largo
enough1' to give' her party tho desired
air of importance and elegance The
evening .before the tlmo set for the af
fair Rita came oyer to help number
tho tallies and tie up the prises.
"My," dear," gurglca Patty, ;Mld you
over hear of anything "working out so
beautifully? Thoro arc Just fifty-eight
girls "coming, ''tit' course, everybody
thinks I am a sweet thing for Inviting
her, arid nobody but- you knows what
a clover'p'crson I am: I reiterate, Rita,
It'ls brainB. not luck, that makes tho
world go round."
Tho ringing of tho telcphono Inter
rupted Patty's' eulogy of herself; 'and
sho hastened to answer the Insistent
summons. Rita didn't wait for her to
explain when sho returned! Her crest
fallen look Indicated woe. (
"I know It" nil." said Rita. "Some
body" Is 'so sorry, but h, dreadful soro
throat and cold In the head wilt keep
hef at 'homo tomorrow. That throws
d whole' tabid out'
"The Best-Built Car in America'
SCHUMAN 'CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
J. , W., KIRSHNEl
Auto Tire Repairing
SCENIC ' '
FISH " n
to have her and if it won't Incon
venience mo sho'd love to come.
There's the pliono again!" Sho ran
io get tho mossage.
"It was Luvera Snow," sho an
nounced sombrely on her return.
"She Just got Into town and 'If I'd llko
to havo her and lt won't Inconvenience
mo, she'd lovo to come. Don't toll mo
that's the phono again!" Palty'grab
tcd her hair distractedly n's she made
p dash for the instrument.
Rita nervously picked up tho eve
ning paper, glanced at it a second
and then threw ft down In a panic.
"Don't answer! Don't!" sho cried, pull
ing Patty back. "It's all thoso alumnae
people. Tho luncheon's been post
poned. I've Just seen lt In the paper,"
Tho telcrhcno continued to ring
"What shall I dot" gasped Patty In
consternation. "They'll havo to play
bn' tho kitchen Btovo or the refriger
"We'vo got to muftlo tho telcphono
bells so wo won't go crazy, and (hen
wd mustn't go near tho telephone un
til after 2. o'clock tomorrow after
noon." declared Rita, grimly.
Suiting tho action to tho word, sho
proceeded to stuff "tho offending bells
full of crumpled paper.
' All "that "evening and all th'o next
morning thero was n protesting whir
from the disabled transmitter of mes
sages. 'If was. only when tho clock
had sounded 2:30 nnd .all tho guests
wcro deep In tbo first gamo of bridge
that Patty 'and RltA mado a rush for
t(ia telcphono: They pullcd'.nwny the
tiaocr from tho bells-nnd then hugged
each' other deliriously. Tho telcphono
hells started ringing nt once.. ' Patty
hastily took- down 'tho receiver.
"Telephono company," n volco nn
nounced: "A1 great many , .vqrsonB
hnvo been reporting ,your telcphono
out of order, but-wo haven't been ablo
to locate tho trouble." '
"Why,. It rings" all right now." .de
clared Patty. Innocently. " "Maybo
somothlng was Just a llttlo twisted.
Thank you sd much for letting mo
FOR GIRLS .WHO
STUDY, OR WORK
A TONIC 18 OFTEN NEEDED TO KEEP
THE BLOOD RIGHT. ' ,
Tho Ono Romody Perfectly Suited for
Theirt Id Dr. Wllllorris' pink Pills.
They Cured TKIa Stubborn Caca.
Tho in'.br ami lack of blood. so often
noted tu tJu cases of school ulrlft as well
as. young girls employed lu stores and
factories, If not corrected by proper
tonic trcntnlout. mnv reasonably bo
conuted upon m n sonrco of suffering
ami nuuoyonco uutll tho age of forty Is
It ludlcatcs n lack of blood and with
the blood deficlsnt the grow lug girl cau
not properly develop. It Is a time when
good red blood U nrgeutly needed and
the fact cannot bo too strongly Impressed
The disease Is easily recognized by the
yellow-grcMi pallor", breatnlescness aud
palpitation of "the linaH' upon the least
eiwtiou, aud sometimes, bntnot always,
a tendency to faiutuess. Tho oue rem-'
edy pirfoctly adapted for the cure of
AgentB 'wanted. Tho Oreat Roose
velt AfrIcnn Hunt, llest terms;
best book. Just out. Outfit free.
Order at onco and secure terri
tory. J. S. Zlegler Company, 710
Como building, Chlcako.
perfectly safo under all conditions, ,ls
that rcoomineudt'd by Mrs. D. Claudo
tfatheuy, of Fern .11111, Washington,
An all-round printer or compositor
wanted for n small, beginning
printing office. Stnto lowest pos
sible salary, nnd address "Print
er," llulletln office. 4560-lt
Employers to know that tho Y. M.
C. A. can furnish good bookkeep
ers and clerical help from Its ed
ucational ctnsses. Inquire today.
N'lcoly-furnlehcd rnttage; reason
able. 1SU Maklkl street.
Uench cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "U.", llulletln office.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1213 Emma Rt. '
ROOMS AND BOARD.
who was permanently cured by Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. Blio says :
"When I was seventeen years of age,
I became afflicted with auasmia. Almost
hrfor I realized lt I was so sick that I
t had to lutt school. I Cottld Hot walk
any distance wltliont being snort or
brksth. ' r had 'trrblei dtfll headaches
which made mo sick to my stomaoh. I
didn't have mnoh of an appetite and was'
"The'doc'tbr'proubunbed my tronble
ansemla. I was nnder his oars for about
two months bet ua not get mucn neip.
I had been sick a long time before mr
father decided to Jhave jne trr Dr. .WU;
Hams' Pfhk Pills. The pills helped me
atonoe, givlngmesntngtnaaacoior. i
took sveral boxes of them and wee well.
I bare been In Rood Jiealth since and do
not hxMtatc to rfcrtmmcud Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills' in chtiesbrnDBmU'." '
TwoTlielpfnl Koeklets,"DlseMB of the
Blood" and" 'Plain Talks to Women,"
glTinc more information about the rem
ojv will bo sent free on postal card re-
Vrt YVIiiuiias ;iuk x-uia nm poia uj
Positions by two young mon Just
nrrlved from the States. Willing
and honest. Any kind of work.
"M. M.", llulletln offlce.
boxes for M.60; by' the Dr. WlllUnti
ceipt'of- pnee; BO 'Cents' per box! six
boxes lar w.aJ, oy-ine ut. vvuiuhbi
Medlolne Company, Sclieneotady, N, X
Everyone to know that J. B. Hocha,
tho tailor, has removed from the
Harrison building to Rooms 35
and 36, Young Hotel. '4554-lm
A young irlnn for clerical work. Ad
dress; stating ago, experience nnn
salary expected, "P 49," llulletln.
Glean wiping rage at the Bulletin of-
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or Without hoard.' 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School 8t.
Prices moderate. 44G0-U
Tho Tfftnso envelope a time-saving
invention. No addressing neces
sary' in sending out bills or re
ceipts, llulletln Publishing Co.,
solo agents fur patentee. tf
The finest residence site In Honolulu,
in Us' most exclusive district, A
bargain. Owner' leaving city: Ad
dress, J. James, Dot C27, City:
At Miss Johnson's Curio1 Store' on
Fort street, .beautiful 'ferns; palms
nnd fruit tteos.' "Set piece for fu
nerals at reasonable prices.
Young man wants clerical of book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. ' Address "A," Bulletin
Japanese Cooking School. Families Or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle, 1467 Auld Lane. Tel. 1564.
Coachman 'wants " position' -to drive
and" take 'care of horses. Best' of
references.' "8.",- Bulletin offlce.-.
NEW PATTERNS" IN 8TAMPINQ.
UMIJ&mwxjlk ana uiAivjca. -
Miss kate. WW4t4
" ," ..'U4I:FortStreeif. ' . -
FRENCtf and EYELET " '. .
. . -. r 'J'EHBRorJDERIES
" !' t ..ilJll
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
I'llUexMider Ypuie; Buldif "' '
1177 Alakea St.
Everything hut, the En-fin
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
' Exoert Handling of Any Job
Union Eleotrid Co.,
Harrison BldR. Beretonia St.
- ' -rnone 31fT
e. ' Iiambert
at. ' t t ij '
Dresimaker from Paris. ftyliih
Dweses; taUor-inade specialties leA
sbnable" prices'' Harriidn Block,
eretinia au'd'Fdrt itjeitiT . -
-Shapes, Trimmingi and Flowen.
AND FLOWER SEEDS
r I!8. Tayltjy; v
Youni; Bldjt., Tel 83t.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Telephone 109 -
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone J7Q Night Ca'l 1014,
'Come and Jearn paitioalan at
TOWNgEND UNDERTAKTNQ CO.
Be'retania. 8t. Ope, lachi'.
Boston Bide. '
Chief McDuffle and start bad two
fruitless Journeys, after gamblers
Sunday, One trip was to Pearl
Harbor, where the chief had been
Informed a big game was kept go
ing every Sunday: ' The detectives
hired a special locomotive and all
crowrjrod onto tho "light" engine,
which nt once started on Its Journo'y.
'The- suspected house was close to
the, railroad track,' nnd, tho only-way
o gt near the place "was on the
engine. However, when 'the officers
Jumped oft -the engine and rushed
to the house,, they only found" ' a
bunch of Chinese enjoying a smoke.
it is n'retty sure that the. Chinese
cot "the" tip frorh somewhere, and
although .there, were rumors iOf some
Itorsemep, scaring ineni some units
before the special train arrived, "it
Is tnougni inai jne raia was com
Then, again, Sqnday night the detec
tives went over to the other side of
the Island, but owng to n Japanese
falling Into n ditch and making
enough noise t,o wake the dead, the
gamblers took fright, and when the
detectives arrived, op , the scepe there
was nothing doing.
Joseph Souia,. a youth of less than
eighteen years of age, .was fined S25
and'eoata at th'q Police Court yester
day. He had entered a saloon
and uurchased a drink. The bar
tender proved that the lad baa tola
blm that he, was nineteen years of
age, and' that" was why he had served
him w)th liquor,
Oeorge Machado was given a sus
pended sentence of thirteen, months
yesterday morning for using languago
that can only be descrluod as nerce.
I(e tred, hard to convince Judge An
drade that ho Used different expres
Chief Arthur McDuffle Is worklnS
on a case of a man named Schmidt,
who was robbed of a sum of money
iatt- week. The coin was taken from
the man's room while he was ab
Bank:-passbook. No. 4342. Finder
return to First American Savings
and Trust Co. 4564-3t
Dry and green awd root In large and
smalt quantities. Orders solicited.
Geo. Kaea, 938 Kelaullko street;
P. 0. Box 5, Honolulu. 4B61-.
Buggy; single seat, rubber tiros,
runabout; has nevor been used.
Address "Shatter," Bulletin offlce.
Men's clothing on credit, $1 a week;
suit 'given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Bldg., Fort St
Bargains In watches, musical goods,
etc. J.! Carlo, Fort, street.
. ., i. f
BERQSTROH MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bids. Fort St.
tt To mako certain that all sub- n
tt scrlbers rccclro the Even! n'k tt
II u 1 1 n 1 1 n roffmanr anu
nromotly. the Bulletin 'ma'nt-$
tt ngeraent.haa staf-tod a special tt
U carrier scrvlcd'.'tti serve patrons tt
tt carriors. When you miss your It
tt, paper, telephono tho B U 1 1 o 1 1 n tt
It and the 'pap)r will bo delivered tt
tt "by 'special carrier. "The. paper tt
tt should bo at your home, at the tt
tt lato'st, by 5:4S"p. rn. When tt
tt special carrlor. falls to deliver, pa- tt
tt per, after being notified of non- tt
tt delivery; klhdly notify .the Bui- tt
tt let In business offlce the follow-tt
tt Ing'dny. Tcloph&no all com-vtt
tt plaints of non-dollvery to 256. ' tt
MAUI LADIES - -
' WALBT MANY MILES
jr,l!j.-'Wl" r I ' -, -
fSMcial to the Bulletin.)
WAU-UKU, Maul, March 12. Miss
Ida M.PopoPrlnclpaloftho Kameha-
moha Girls' school accompanied by her
Bister. Mm; Prosser of Chicago,, re
turned to Watluktr yesterday from nn
overland 'trip from- Hana passing
through Walluku1 and Koanao. Tho
two adles walked all the way from
Walluku to Kallua; n-distance -of-ovbr
Walluku. very much tired, and wearied
In body, yet they dcclnrcd that tjifsy..
would not havo missed 'tho trip for nil
the dl&comforts of travel which they
experienced, for the unrlvallei gran
deur of scenery for which the Walluku
district is nescrveuiy iamuu more
than ropald for tho trouble
Tbo .ladles will loavo for Lahalna-.
una this afternoon. They woro the
guests of Rev, and Mrs. It. B. Dodga
wniie jn wauuKU. miss ropo in, nor
travels on this Island mot- many of
the former graduatoa of Kamohamcha
and. llkawise tho parents of 'tho chil
dren, and- to them all sho gave 'en
couraging words as to their future.
Open a Savings Account and de
posit regularly, a specified sum, no
matter how little. Interest will be
paid yon on these deposit! at 'four
and one-half per cent, per annum,
Bank of Hawaii,
' Capital- and' Surplus, $1,000,000
Passbook No. 2077. Finder
return to Bank of Hawaii.
. ,--BIDINO ACADEMY.
E. H. Lewis will, open on April a
riding school at Atnienc raric; zd
stylish, saddle" horses will' bo" used.
"Hours from'? to"ll nnd 3 to 5,
dally. Prices will bo ?.i P.er les
son", or twelvo lessons for $16. 'We
guarantco to make 'a good rldor
of you for $10. Lewis Stables,
Tel. 41. " 4G66-trj
Inter-Island .and Oahu Railroad ship
ping, books, at Bulletin offlce. tl
Fee 81f lee-Plumber aid Timtmitk,
ImlU St., bat. Hotel and Pauahl.
Phono ,6p9 and ask' for Car No. 482
Fred Noycs' now ,19l6 7-passengsr
Kissel Knri Always rcadyV
For hire; seven-seated 'Packard;
-phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;
CtiasT 'Reynolds.' ' ' 4C'46Jtf
f . r. -
M. A. Gunst & Co.
-AKRATT-iRIm YnnirX anert 19 years.
son of Petbr Akeatf.' 'Funeral today
at 2' o'clock from'Townsend under
taking parlors. Interment Hamal
kou cemetery. "
LINDSAY Lb'ulso Lindsay, thirteen-
year-old daughter of A. B. Lindsay,
at-Honokaa, Mur'ch'13. ,'
' ' BORN.
Wa acres at Ealihi Valley, with
Whllo they reached J Jjve-room cottage. Free water. Hen
bouses: stable: well lencea. xaeai
place for a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres-unimproved, ad
joining' above." ,
P. E R. StRAUCH
Watty B'. ' MB. King' St.
aunakeanear 'Assl Theater. Call
up phone 6BTlf'yoil want a cock,
good boy or aervanU.
jt npeciai care w eo
- it cold' and protect it
x from contamination as
sure ample keeping
St FOND- DAIRY.
r ' ;- f ', r .
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYWOIAN AND' BURGEON. '
Alakea St., Manka Faoiflo Club.
Office Hours From .10 to IS; from
2, to 4 j 'from 7 1 to 8. ''
Tel. Office, 680. Residence, 1460.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
niCHAIlD In this city. March 14
'1810; to Iho wlfo'of Joseph Richard,,
Oreat Britain has allowed a part of
Us fleet to sail for Orecco. though
8UEpcctln,g all tho tlmo that Oermany
is waiting for JUBt such nn opportunity.
REAL ESTATE TRAN8AOT10SS.
Entered for Record March 12, 1.9.10,
from 10130 a. m. to iz noon.
J. M.'Horlng'and'wf to Hlld Railroad
Albt, A. Vb Aranjo to John Macau1
lay .-.t,. ...... D
H.jRahlmto Jamos W Pratt ..,,.. PA
Entered for Record March 14, 1910,
from 9 a. m. to luiau a.jn.
Cecil Brown Tr to ElliabCth AuhL.D
Crls(el Bolto by alty .' Notlcu
James B Castle and as Tr and wf to
Kcahua Ranch, Co .. p
Kapiojanl to A R Sllva ,,.... L
Manoel da Costa Tr to Juliana Gou-
Caosar do Mcdclros'ct nl to Manoel
da Costa Tr Rcl
Cecil, Drown Tr to Murtha D Smith. p
Charles A: Stanton,
Corner Xing anet Fort Streets
Investments (i Bonds
- W. Karl Vincent
rof. of MubIc Lessons In Singing.
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolanl Bldg.; room 17
Res.. 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.; phone
1428. . 4644'tt
AT VERY LOW frRIGES K
- i- i -.-, i.
Honolulu Wire Bed .Co.
EAPIOLANI BLOCK .
Corner Alakea and tKing Btreeto
For Good Furniture
BULLETIN AD8 PAY.
, David Dajrton
Real Estate Agent '
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residence! on Beretania Street,
and other property. '
Dr. jp. SCMJRMANN
Corner Union' and Beretania fte.
Xoiue Consulting,',- . m. iat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-11
a. at, 8-8 p.m.
Phone -I. i
David A. Dowsett
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
nanufaetured from pure distills wa
ter. Delivered to any part tt etty ky
swrteous drivers.- ' 'it
OAID ICE AMI ELECTIIC CO.,
Kewata- ' TeleaWone .
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. S.
' Real Estate and Insurance,
203 Judd -Bldg. , j 2nd Floor.?
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to' 12 nv.V 3 to 5' p" nC Residence t
8 to1 10 a.'ra.:l to 3p.'n".-'
PHONESClub Stables; 109; Res
idence, 1429. " .
Delirerei to reeUenaae
and oBtota at If ii
hundred U 10-r..Ue
W BOW. - ' '
W. o; BARNHART,
1M Merchant i
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel 8t. Fhohe2J8.
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