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EVENING. ntJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY. MAlt i, 1 010.
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t Everything associated with
the word Paper will be found
in its best quality, and at the
lowest price, at Honolulu's
Pioneer Paper House,
' PRINTERS' SUPPLIES
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alex, Young Bldfj.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Write cleaner and last longer than
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
For the very latest in CORRE
SPONDENCE PAPER Eaton, Crane
& Pike Co. New York style just re
ceived. Ask to see it.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss. Kate Woodard
' 1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg.
Alexander Young Building
Parisian Art Co.
European and Oriental Fancy Goods
Armenian Laces by the Yard
FORT ST. HARRISON BLDQ.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
Shapes, Trimmings: and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Young Bldg. Tel. 839.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Bldg. Fort St.
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St,
LEADING HAT CLEANEES.
All Kinds or Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Onp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
CopjngM. IDIJ by the MtClurt Com.
piny Cop rljlil. 1937, ilC. by
St.w.rl Edward WMtt
(To Be Continued)
nltDi; found n note nt tlic
I the next il.iy nuking him
M In Washington Hiniiri- nt hnlf
past '.'. Cum ill mot litui with a
"Things aren't quite right nt liome,"
be wild. "It Is n jirpnt 'hock to poor
mother nt first, ami sin- feels very
troti:lr. Oh, It Isn't jou. tlcur: II'k
the notion Hint I enn enre for anybody
hut her. You see, Mie'a been inert to
the other Idea ti Ion;; that I suppote
It seemed n putt of the universe to her.
She'll get uril to It ufler u little, but
It hikes time."
Orde examined her face anxiously.
Two lirlitht red spots burned on her
ibeeki: her ejes lliixhi'd Willi n tierV
out nnlinnlloii. '
Hhe Hmlled up at him.
'We lmu to p.iy for the Rood things
In life, don't we. denr? And they nre
worth It. We must not be too ttuui
tlent Now, let' enjoy the day "
At ." o'clock Orde took her back to
This went on rpwrijl dnj.
Olde siiwr th.it the Ktnihi was be
gjinhij: to tell CnrrolI'M worried ex
H.'a"lon Brew from day to dny.
I'roui Ceroid nt hU dub Oide sought
more lutluinte lieu of what wns roIiik
I.lttle by little OiuVs eager cities.
lions diew nut the truth of the situa
tion. Ml'H. I!hop had shut herelf
up In n blind and lneiellbh ntiKtlnney.
n'heuee he sallied with HoodM of com
plaint'!, team, accusations, despjlrs, re
proaches. otvs. lijstcrlcx-nll the bat
tery of the woman uiNundersloiid. If
Carroll undertook to say anything the
third word would start her tuotlnrolT
lulu one nf her long mid hysterical
tirades, tier child had itlobc,cd her.
And as n cllnux she had assumed thu
Impreguablr position of u cumplole
prostriitltiu, wherein she demanded the
minute cure vr an Invalid In 'the crlil
of u disorder. The mere mention uf
the cubjecl neuienl Citiloll'u henit
brought the feeble complalut:
"Ho you veaut to kill ini-Y" '
The only scrap of victory to bo
snatched from this stricken Held w-us
the fu t that Carroll Insisted on going
to meet her loer every nftcruuuii.
Though he fretted under the t) runny,
Oide could see nothing which could
relieve the situation saw his own
withdrawal. He had already long
overstayed his visit. Impoitaut affairs
connected with his work demanded
his attention, lie had the comfort of
Carroll's lo e nssurcd.
The morning after ho had reached
this conclusion he ngaln met Ueinld
nt the gymnasium.
Orde." said Herald suddenly. "I'm
worried about Carroll. Mother has
commenced bothering her again. It
wasn't so bad as long ns she stuck to
daytime, but now she's taken to prowl
lug Mi n do7cn times n night. I hear
their ohvs for an hour or so nt u
time. I'm nlr.ild It's beginning to wear
ou Carroll nn.re than you reall.e."
Thank jmi." said Orde brlclly and
At Ills hold Orde found a telegram.
He did not open It until he had reached
his own room. It wns from home,
urging his Immediate return for tho
acccptnmc of some unlimited work.
"To li with the contracted work!"
he muttered navagely and, calling n
bellboy, sent an answer tcry much to
He was Interrupted by n kno-'; ei
Come In!" he called without turning
He Ilea id the dnor open ntid shut.
After n uiiimeut he looked urouiid.
Keudrlck Ittshop st I wan hlug him.
Orde looked at him curiously mid saw
that he was suiTerlug fioui an Intense
lips weie white;
Ids face went red
uud-pale by turns.
"You've got to
let my ui o t li e r
alone." he man
aged to kuy dual
brought her to
thu point of
.1 e nth. You're
hounding her to
Oid.t thought to
catch the echo of
i u o t n 1 1 o ti In
"What do jou
lie lilllbl ) 111)11 fld
want me to dot" usked Oide ufler u
moment of thought.
"(lo away," cried Kendrlck.
"1 cannot do that."
Kend rick's face lusumed a livid pal
lor, and his eje seemed to turu black!
with excitement. Trembling lu every'
limb, but without hesitation, he ud-i
vnuccd ou Oide, diew n sunit riding'
whip from beneath his coat and slash I
rd the young man across the face. I
Orde looked aleudlly ut the boy Once'
tti;ulu Keudikk hit, raised, his airtu Jor
T7eiliTin -tlule. TTi-.Ttri1.fl. UK 1Ips
writhed, and then, with u sob. be cast
Hie little whip from him and hunt
from the room. ,
"Poor youngster!" Orde murmured.
The next dny Cnrtoll came to lilm
with hutrled. nervous steps, her usual.
ly pale cheeks mounting danger 'slg-j
nnls of naming red, her ejes swim-,
Orde did not nttempt ns yet to draw j
from her the cause of this unusual'
ngltntlon. A pink bench stood be
tween two dene bushes, screened
fiom nil dlrcetlons save one. To this
he led uer,
"This thing has got to quit." said he
A cart Inge rolled near and dlschnrg .
ed Its single passenger un the putt" I
"It's Oernldr cried Carroll.
The young man, catching tight of
them, picked his ivii) daintily and
leisurely toward Ihein.
"I have brought," Mid he "n car
riage, nnd I wish you would bulb .In
me the fax or to necouipnii) me on a
The three-Carroll nnd Orde some
what bewildered t.M.k their seats.
After mi tutennl the tnrrlage drew
up opposite n browusloiiu dwelling
The three were ushered by a discreet
nnd elderly maid Into n little square
"I have brought you here, among
other purposes. In hear from me n lit
tle brief wisdom drawn from experi
ence nnd the observation of life." tier
nlil begun, uddlesslng his expectant
and curious guests. "That wisdom
Is briefly this- There conies n time In
the affairs of every household when n
man must nsscit himself as the ruler
In all Hie detiills be may dcs-ncl on
the woman's Judgment, experience and
knowledge, but when It comes to the
big crises, where life Is dellect.-d Into
one channel or the other, then, unless
the man does the deriding, he Is lost
forever nnd Ids happiness and the
happiness of those who depend ou
him This Is abstruse, but I comu to
the particular application shortly"
"This may be all very true. tJernld,"
said Orde. "but I fall to see why you
have brought us to this strange lioure
to tell It."
"In a moment." replied Herald.
"Have patience Ilellevlug that thor
oughly, I hive come In the last twenty-four
hours to a division."
He produced n paper and n package
from his Inside pocket.
"I lime here." lie went on suddenly,
"marriage papers duly made out. In
this package Is n plain gold ring. In
the next room Is waiting by prear
rnngement n very good friend of mine
In the clergy. I'ctvoually I nm nt J our
He looked nt th. m ei.peel.mtly.
"The ery thing!"
'Oh. no!" crhd Orde and Carroll In
Ten inlnules Liter thu three passed
through the door Into the back apart
ment. They found walling a young clergy
man with two .voting girls. At tho
sight of Cnrroll thesi! latter rushed for
ward and overwhelmed her with en
dearments. In fifteen minutes the little party
separated amid u chatter of congratu
lations. Mr. and Mrs, Orde drove
Y sweetheart," said Orde.
"I'.Hir mother! I wonder
how she'll pike It."
lu the hallway of the
nishop house Orde kissed her.
"He brave, sweetheart." said he. "but
remember that now ou're my wife."
Onl.i sat lu the dim parlor for what
seemed to bo mi luleruilnable period.
Occasionally the sounds of distant
voices lose to his car and died away
again, I'lually he heaid the rustle of
the portleies and turned to see the
dl'm form of Hie general,
"Had biislnei-s! Hud business'," mut
tered the old man. "It's very hard on
me. reihaps vim did the right thing.
You must be good to her, but I cannot
countenance this nlTnlr. It wui most
high handed, sir!"
I'lually. after another Interval, Cnr
roll returned. She was sobbing vio
lently. Hue mine tq him and fur the
moment hid her face against Ids
breast. After n Utile she controlled
".Inck, wo must go tonight. She-she
has ordered uiu out of Hie house uud
rajs she never wmils to see my face
ngaln." She broke down for n second.
"Oh. Jack, she enn't menu that! And
she's very bitter ngnlnst (Jernld. Oh. I
told her It wasn't his fault, but she
won't listen. She sent for that odious
Mr. Merrill her lector, you know
nnd he supported her. I believe he's
angry because wo did not go to hlui."
'Cnn't you Just patk n bag and leave
the lest until tomorrow' It's about
"She says I must take every stitch
belonging to me tonight."
They packed ti links until late tint
night. Cnrroll and Orde walked to
I gelher lo l he. hotel. Nuxl morning nn
Interview with flerald conllrmed tliein
lu their resolution of Immediate de
"She Is set lu her opposition now,
and ul present she believes llrmly that
her Influence will separate you."
(crald smiled his Hue smile.
"Uoodby." said he "Uolug to n train
li useless nnd u bore lo everybody."
Carroll threw herself on Ills neck In
,, excels uf,iiHs,uiinl weeping
"Xt die Ht.ul.pii llieTeliefTfl appeared.
"There, there" he fiis'.d If tour
mother should hear of my Is'tnij here
"Ami urltc Iour tlntltlu, Cnrml"
It would ben very bad biisln.ss. Atjd
you, sir. be gnnl in her And write
jour daddy. Cnrroll He'll Is- lonesome
for you" lie blew his nos,. ver.v loud
ly. "Here, my denr. open this envel
ope when you ale well Miirl.d it may
help cheer the Journey."
He hurtled litem through the gate.
Cut roll opened the elivel..;.e II .on
tallied n eliiili for ft ("HI.
"Dear old d.l.I.IV" she niuiuilired
"Our only wedding prefcnl"
Ti" "H winter mouths were spent ut
L Minimi l.i where Hide and Ids
11 v. lit- II i c.l lor il time ut the ho
tel Carroll soon beeiime iiciiuiluttd will)
the life of the plate. .Monrovia con
sisted of mi upper stratum of mill
owners nu. I lumber operators. nssess
eil nf considerable wealth uud iiiinc
cultivation: it gawky "middle estate of
stotekeepers nnd the luipher mill op
(mutes' The elat-s r.rst mentioned
"nmprlsi-d u small .coterie, union,;
Ui tin Carrotl sum found two orlhre.i
liligviil.lls-lMlth Culler, wire ot the
bank tushler; Valerie Cathcart, whose
!msh.u.d bad been Killed lu the civil
war; Clam Tiijlnr, wife of the lead
ing lawyer of the vlllnge. unci, striiugc
ly enough. Mln. i Ueluxiuaii. the six
teen yen r old daughter of old lleliu
man, the lumberman. Though later
the old (.'erm.iii uud Orde locked In
serious struggle ou th" liver, they
continued to meet swl.illy piltc us
usual, and the .laughter of one mid
the wire of the other never suspected
mi) thing out of the ordinary.
.Newmar'k iculvcd the news of his
partner's marriage without surprise.
but wiih a Kiidoule gleam lu his eye.
lie c.tlltd promptly, t unversed polite
ly for ii half hour and then took his
"How do you IIS..- hi mi" nskeil Orde.
"lie's ti eiy shrewd man."
"I don't dislike him." said Carroll.
"I've not ii thing against hlui. Hut
we could never be III I he slightest de
gree sympathetic, lie and I don't
"Don't Jibe." Orde IliiUhed for her.
"I didn't think )oii would. Joe's not
much of ii society bug."
Newmaik hid rented a small ann
story house situated Just off Main
stleet. Into this he retlied ns n snail
Into Its 'shell. At llrst lie took Ids
meals ut the hotel, but Inter he Im
ported an Impassive, sccietlve man
servunt, who took charge of him emu-
"(Iiwtlhy." ic i(d.
tenner masier nor man mane i
i ny frun,s. Carioll nnd Orde. out for
u walk, passed this .plaint little plan'
".Inck." she begged, "I want u Utile
house like that for our verj own,"
"Wo can't afford II. sweetheart."
"Not lo own." she explained. "Jilsl to
relit, It will be uct best to having u
home of our own,"
"We'd have to have n girl, dear."
snld Oide. "and we can't even nlTord
"A girl!" she cried Indignantly.
"You couldn't do the lioiisevvoil: and
the cooking." said Orde. ' You've neV
er done such a thing lu your Hie. unci
1 voii't have my little girl slaving"
"It won't be slaving: It will be fun,
Just like plavlug boils, keeping," pro
testid tpitmll. "And I've got to learn
some lime. I vv-is brought tip uiosi
alisuidl.v. and I lealUe Ii now."
"We'll yy," til'! ''"J". '-'"!''..
(To Be Continued Next Week.)
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA. COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT, CATARRH. DIPHTHERIA
Vaootlztit Crolln Mc lU ftol)tml if
Whuopi II Cnllk. h ItfdiMtW Ctoop ncl
tilil hM Citiolon jl Mt. Il cll Amllir
m hom J Ihiul, lrVi bt'ilMtj nil In l
ct cf cohli I loclVl the lore thrrt nd lifts the
tojgh. Il i) s boon to tafitieti fiotn AitKfns
Creiotene li a txiwrt'ul srmlckle,a eclinc Issn
ti c ntllte and fsrvrnlne in c.nUciou. dneeiel
Cretotene'c nil lecommctKUlloll fl lit Ihul
mm m lucceiaul Viie.
For Stt It ll Dii.-lli'i
StnJ Pi hi fit Dtnrtp
Throat Tablet, nme'e
ad iisshmg for ika If.
tailed throat IDe.
Taa Vapa Creiatrae Ca.
0 Fallen Sent,
Ml York Or.
In nriiirdance with the provisions
of Chapter ns, H.'t Minis 7.11 U 7".ii,
Inclusive, of the Itevlncd I.uwh of
lluvvall, thu owners uf prnpcity
abutting on or adjoining both sides
uf the r.illnvvtui; strtfeUi, vlr.,:
Merchant ktrcct fiom Alnl.et tn
Hotel Btreet from Alakeii to
lllshop stieel from Mrichnut to
lhiimn street from lluretniila In
(Jin en stteet front Nuiiauu tn
nre heteby directed, not 1 lied and In
structed within sixty (fiu) days fiom
date of not lee to lay Htono curbing
uud (iinstrii. t cement (.tduwalk oil
both sides uf said stieelH lu the full
i!tcnl nf sl.lewalk (except wheio al
lead coiistrucled). Sidewalk mid
curbing In be laid 111 iKiordan'C
with standard rpeclllratlous on 111"
III the ntr.iu of the Superlnteiident
uf Public Wutks, Citplliil bulhlln:;,
I'poii inllurn hy tho property-owner
to comply Willi no' Ice, proceed
ings wilt bu Instituted, ns pr.ivP.ltd
by law. "
Siiperliitctidcut of l'ulillo Works.
Honolulu, T. II.. Mar. 17, 1910.
A Skin oi Bsfuily is a Joy Fofpve.
R. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CHDM OK MAGICAL DEAUTIFIER
l.etiovrk Tan, Plm.,
r rf cttt,, Jlo.h latciitx,
.... ....( t la 1VI. aa
itii rvvry ilf nilnh
fit tlMtHlIi.tl. it
ti4tKjtl tli tni
ft u vrif4, L.
l to hftrnit.-f 4
Itlt ! Illlllll
Mmf, lr. L .
f.-. n 'l to
lr e( tb biuO
in (i rlt,"
MAi you U.Wl
wlU CM tL J,
Jiunitiil i'ri-.tnt b th t-t lurrnrul rt l 1.)
kln p.i.fH,ti j -ir il tijr a iurn'f '.( tncr
U'MiiXi Ka t-tk lu llif ft lit J M..,C-nda uJ tuft't-si
?tBXT.KOPU.rro 3 timl J.cm S!rte! KewV
1129 Fort St.
TINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
B3ST0N BK0WN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rinj; up 197.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. YecHop&Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner Kiife nnd Btthtl
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TA1L0RINQ.
I'.vcrj thing ubsolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY ELK. - MOTEL ST,
FANCY DllY GOODS
Vtoh Ying Chong Co.,
Kiiifr St., Ewa Fiah Market.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Deu'en in furniture Mattreuet,
Etc. Eto. All kir.d of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Uit T
WING wbTAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu SI, I'honc 2C0.
WAN T S
i:vercme (ci know that J P. Ilochn.
the tallnl. has removed fiom the
Harrison hul.dlng to Itooms 3."
and 3C, Young Hotel. 4551-lm
Hy married .ouple (no thlldtenl.
furnlBliPil cottage: not over JJ.I
Addless 11 ". Hulletln cilice.
Clean wiping rage at the Dullrtln of
Young man wants clerical or book
Keeping position. I'irsl-class ref
otenees. Ai'.duss "A," Hulletln
.Inpniievo C'ookliu- R' hool. I-'Rinlllex or
hotels supti led with ccuks, C M.
MnUle. H57 Ailld l..ili. Ttl. ISCt.
Phone COO and usk for Car No. 182
Tied Nojes new 1!M() 7-passeiiBer
Kissel Kur. Alwns rrndy,
I-'or hire, scvcti-scnted 1'acknrd;
lihoiiu l'J'J. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Iteynnlils. 4SI0-tf
E, H. Lewis will our.n on April 1 n
lldlng school ut Athletic Park; 2A
stylish saddle horses will ho used,
llouiti from U to 11 uud 3 to Ii,
dally, l'llccs will be $1 per lea
wiii, or twelve lessons for $10. Wu
flltarantie to make u good ilder
of oil for $10. Lewis Stables,
Tel. II. IBli-tr
rTwnese Emuloyment Association
Maiinnkea near Asst Theater. Call
up phono GU7 If jou want a cot,k,
txul tniy or servunti.
a-aayM I i"JJ' aMaii m 1 1 ai f
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakca St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Otlice Hours From 10 to 12; Iron.
Mo 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, i90. Residence, M80.
W. Karl Vincent
rnf. of Music Lessons In Singing,
rinnuforte, l'lpe, Organ, etc. Stu -
dlu, Kiiplolani Hid;.;' room 17,
lies., 1C3I Nuunnu Avo.; phono
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union dud Beretania Stt.
House Consulting, 2-3 p, m.. Sal
urdayi excepted. Operatlnic, 8-12
a. m 3-0 p, m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Bulldint, corner Hotel and
The best lensps in town to fit
A. R. R0WAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. nt.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 n. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 100; Res
WHY USE A POOR
QUALITY OF TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU
CAN GET S0METHINO
"THAT WILL RESIST '
WEAR" AND GIVE YOU
FOR THE SAME MONEY!
J. A. R. Vieira
PHONE 012. 113 HOTEL ST.
for Rifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St.. Between Kinc r.nd Hotel
PI1NEST Fl r
nd cloth of A 1 quality can t par
' 0 By 901 TdcpuQDt 131
lleach cottiigu at Diamond lleiid.
j Address 1N.", Hulletln otllce,
I Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrf.
I O. McCoutiHl, 1S23 Einiuh 8t.
KOOMS AND BOARD,
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. ICISi
Nuuanu Avo, near School St.
Prices moderute. 4 4SU-tt
1'1'he Trans.) envelope a tlni'-K.-ivIng
invention. No aibliwsslng ncei-i-Kary
In rending out bills or re
ceipts. Hulletln Publishing Co.,
sole urjents (or patentee. tf
The huest reldenct. tile In Honolulu,
lu Its most exclusive dlstilct. A
bargain. Owner It living city. Ail-,
di ess, J. James, l!o r.'7, City.
At Miss Johnson's ('mln Store on
1'oit street, beautiful ferns, palms
mid fiult tices. Set pieces for fu
neials ut rensouabtu pi Ices,
Dry and gieen nwa inot In largo and
Email .putnlitles. Orders solicited.
(!eo. Kucii, 'j:iS Kelniillko stivot;.
1. o. i:u r., Honolulu. sa&l- T
Men's clothing unci edit. $1 a week;
lilt given at one. I.ovy Outbt
'tfn'B Co.. Rachs Ilhlir., l'ort Ut
Cheap, I'lanlJIn Hiiliiinnhlle; run
ubuiil: gisid or liutiliiess piirpnrea.
Address "T. T." Mils .dike.
H.irgalus In watches, musical goods,
etc, J. Carlo, l'ort street.
Inter-lslnncl nnd Oahii Unilroad Hhlp
plliR books, at Hullctl.i offlcc. tf
'i-e Stn(f Kee-.PIntnber and Tirnuitth,
Smith at., hot Hotel nnd I'suahl.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
z.Trxax fax... jtwewiKitoi, ,
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Ccd Co.,
Corner Alakea and Kint; Streets
For Good Furniture
namifactured froirt pur distilled wa
r. Delivered to any part af city by
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 29o ;
hundred in 10-lb. lota
W. O. DARNHART, ,
US Marehant St
AND OTHER PIANOS
Th oyer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
185 editorial rooma JjrG hui
nets olflee. Theae are the telephone)
number tyf tbe Oullatln ottlca. j
n I'll i im r " m i