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EVENING BULLETIN, ITONOUJLD, T. It., THUftSDAV, MAY 12, 1910,
For Go6d Furniture
' Diy Goods'
Tort Street, OppositaCatholio Church1
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY- GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
diary.. lice, by the. yard,' nt reason,
ablcpriceij" ' i
FOJlTtSTREET.' HARRISON BLDG
NEW PATTERNS, IN STAMPING;
UNDERAR and GLOVES.
Miss . Kate Woodard
- U Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET ,
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
.Alexander Younjf Building
, Dressmaker' from; Parij.'. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made jpeoialtiei. Rea
sonable prices. ' Harrison Block,'
Beretanla'and 'Fort streets'.
i Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats,
LEADINQ HAT CLEANERS.
All Kias of Hats Cleaned and
No Aci is Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELI?r TJJRBO, Specialist, ,,,. .
115VojrtTstreet, Opp: Cwent:
7Honolulnl.Tf H. .
DRY' GOODS AND TAILORING '
Everything- absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
Vtah Ying Chong Co.,
. Klnfr St., Ewa, Fish JIarket
WING CHONG CO
KINQJ5T. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in .Fnrnitnre. Mattresses,
etc. etc. All Wnds'of KOA and MIS
SION FURNIXirRE.made.to order.
(or Gifts at
. Win&Qn Cliongls,
Bethd 'St., Between' King and Hotel
niFORTERS OF ORIENTAL
, 1 , GOODS
wing wo. m & CO.
941 Nunanu Street- Phone 2CQ
I And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
r 70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Ch'on Suey nn
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS' AND 'TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat .Market and Importers.
C. ,0: Yec Hop & Co.
HAWAIIAN FISHERt LTD,
Kinp Street Fish Market
cards on sslo at
,y.-Ai the, first nrtparect roofing
- l M V
pffced an the market which
was absolutely Weather-proof,
elastio and odorless.' Owing- to
lits.'Tcmarkable powers of en
.durance inMhe'face'of the se
verest tests lit soon' became the
standard.' T6day, after, twelve
years of successful and con
tinned demonstrations of su'
perior quality, it is univer'
sally acknowledged as un
equaled. It is Weather-proof,
fire- and acid-resistiflp and is
n wonder for wear. Seo that
the name is stamped on every
LEWERS &C00KB, LTD.
177 So. Kinfc Street
is such a piece of fine, an)
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
timo it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
PHONE'512. ' 113 HOTEL STi
G. H. Belm
has two new ,7-seated autos for hire
shopninc and calling a specialty.
$3' PER HOUR SO CENTS HACK
ASK FOR-BEHN PHONE 8
v Autos, .
Tour mtohlne will fee ready foi
roa when- we say it will be. Wt
lon't experiment on tntot; we reytlf
them. , ,
Von Hamm - Young
Co., Ltd; .
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
W: Wt WRIGHT CO,, Ltd.
,7. W. 5EBSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
THERE IS NO DELAY
in the execution of orders
left with" us.
Union Eleotrio ' Co.,
I. 0. CARTER
IMPORTED AND ISLAND,
i i1 ' "
r Come and leari particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
iL E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Night Call. 1014
Tor Bolo" cardial Bulletin..,''
" 1ii&isi '" V - iHtR frim h ir- i "Tnii- 1- 1 i ttiiieiMmlif iVtfi
But that is not tho'
jonly reason why you
(Should use Ivory Soap
t ' for' the'b'ath.
Other reasons are: It
lathers freelyj rinse's
quickly and leaves tho
skin cool, clean and
Bmoo'th as satin'..
For all purposes that Involve
the uso of a better-than-ordi-nary
soap, Ivory Soap is without
an equal. No, "free" alkali In
It; no 'coloring matter f no In
' jurious Ingredient of any kind.
994foo Pei? Cent. Pure
'A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
Ti. T. ft MX GOUHAUD'S ORIENTAL
-Lf' CRAM OX MAGICAL BEAUTIF1ER
11 Mh I 1rh
Ub, md "lb lMw,
o'l wvirj wrroirn
on bttj-. an4l1
flt tlttfiMon. li
hMBtnotI ibt tmi
( n Tfsra,na
Is prtntrly mii '
(fit or iimim
nttnt. Dr. I 4
harre n.14 Hi t
11 f of tb bauV
tn (ft fcUlfbn;
will mj th J.
'iliiTitl sTf en m r th lut hrmftil fr ii ibt
A In pffptfoo " Knr Ml by M flniiv d I mey
Oguu P3lf n hllb UnlttdSUtCw) ud Kurrp
f(IB.T.HtPUU.rrcs..afiiuUctesSlml InV '
San Francisco, Hotels
Geary Street.-abore Union Square
Juil opailU Holtl St. fr.DcU
European Flan $1.50 a dy up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lnfc cost $200,000. High class hotel
'(moderate rates. Centerof theatre
f erring alloTer city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart 'now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
drink of the best beer or
liquor can be had in pleasant
surroundings if you visit the
C. J.- MCCARTHY,- Proprietor
Hotel and Bethel Streets
HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT
SPENDING VACATION DAYS AT
Sachs Block. Fort and Reretania Sts.
Fine turnlsued rooms, 11 por day
f)D and upvrards.'ner month, Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL'. Prop.
Fint-CIati Family Hotel
Beit Bathine; on 'the Beach
' w' C. BERqiN, .Prop.
' lfeatFort St, . ,
FINE ROLLS .AND BUNS.
BOSTON .BAKED BEANS.
BEST' HOME-MADE BREAD IN
i .,- . -Rln(t-up-107, r- -
- " r
1ir. editorial troanta.
n'ess office. These. nVtfth'e tolephone
numbers of the B uJ'l 1 1 n office,
t .. .... - .. ..-..Vi, krt.u ' . ,
SHort Stories For
It Was (laspluo (lilrrtrjy led nitl ns
ray. Ho nnld he linil n friend Alio
hwus, an undertaker III a Rood way of
titicltlosn. unci that lilts friend liml told '
lilnl'that whllo tll! cost of lvln wns.lnRo tacrn In tlio ntcatitlmc.
hlRh enoitgh, If'was a blooming slKht
nioro exionslvo to dlcnnd do II re
spectnbly. "What do I caret'' anyg I
")Vell, 1 don't want to but Into your
private affAlrs, hut I ilon't Icllovn
you're Hush enoiiBh to afford a first
class fnncrnl at tho present time." Im
says: "What you want to do Is to
come out Into the country' with mo
outMnto tho pure, wholesome air, out
where tho blnU warble Jocund lays
nnd the hen lays, too; out where tho
sky- in blue nnd the grass fit crccn and
tho water Is'wpt."
"What would 1 do In' ll'iu countryt"
I asked him. .
'Lead tho slmplo life," rtnjn iliiniey,
"Put frcnh air Into your lung Inntend
ot cigarette smoke, put color Ir.to your
pnMy face, put flesh on your ribs and
put)' coin in your pockotB."
You mean sugar beets, don t you?"
"I mean what I anyj" any (lurney.
"The country Is the plnco where the
ounh Is a perennial bloomer aud
phonomennl ylclder, a thoy rny In the
seed catalogues. In thQ country tho
natives Work to pass tho time and
can't help earning, nnd as there's no
way of spending It, there they keep
It for in. The''troublo la that they
dou't como Into town b often as they
might, nnd that's why I suggeat going
to iho country.'1
"Wok you even thero!" I says.
"More than once," nays he. "The
last time I made a bridal tour of the
Middle West, iMy-wlfe and me made
eighty-seven honeymoon trips as near
flu I wnn auio to nguro It. Wo cer
tnlnly ' got the marrying hublt that
slimmer and fall, my wire nnd me
"Same wife?" I asks.
"Samo wife." he replies.
"Then I don't see how", there could
hare been any money In It," 1 says.
"Dccnuso you aro not Informed
cull." saj's Curacy. ''It wan like thlsr
"We'd be rldlnn along a beautiful
country road, breathing In 'the Bweet
odors of the'Jes8lmlnoand tho wild
rose and things, and feasting our eyes
on, tho beauty of tho verdant land'
scapo when wo'ncorue to a neat homo
with lightning rods, all over the root
and a plckot fenco all 'around It and
a big red barn 'back of It tho kind
that looks like money In bank. Then
we'd feel the 'Craving to got married
como over us and we'd atop nnd ask
thd way to 'the' nearest Justlcp or ,ho
Peaco. n ,
" 'Why do you wnnt a Justice of tho
Peace?; tho farmer would ask, and I'd
tell him tlmtuno and the lady In tho
buggy wanted to get married.
"'Well, there's u preacher right
here now,' he'd -say, and Just'ns snre
as I've finished my beer, there would
bo a preacher sitting In tho sctllu'
room and Id shako hands with him
and Introduce myself and then go out
to tho buggy and brlng'my wife In and
the preuchcr would marry ua right
there and glvo us a nice certificate
will) doves at the top ot It and
clusped handa at the bottom, and tho
farmor and his wife und the hired
glrf would sign as witnesses. Then'
I'd hand tho preacher a llO bill and
shako hands with ever) body all
around and' go on to the nearest
"I don't hear tho Jingling) of the
bright yellow gold very strong," I re
marks. "That's bcoUso thero'a cotton bat
ting plugged In the cars ot your un
derstanding." says Ournoy, "You see,
when wo got to overhauling tho docu
mentary evldenco It would turn out
that what we1 thought wns a marriage
certificate was In reality a promissory
note which wo would eventually dU'
count at the local bnnk. You know
Jlmmy-tho-8nlpc? Well, he was our
preacher, nnd he was a lnlapalooaa.
Too bad they didn't have a better-lav
yer when they pinched him for that
"I never studied for tho ministry
myself," I told him.
"iou surnrlso me, says uurney.
sarcastically, "I suppose anybody'i
pick you for a reverend with the face
you've-got and tho language you use
what? ""No, cull, jou'd pass for a
brntal, cold-blooded capitalist, nil right
If I dressed yoit for the part, but If
5 oil Rtrascd into a campmeetlng
they'd never ask you to exhort. They'd
lnlto the prayers of the brethren In
your behalf on suspicion. Uesldes
which, tho madamMs luijy taking care
of Peter Gurney, Junior, f f(, " "
"My Idea' Just now Is to' take tho
bank roll along and secure, options on
real estate, which can almotJt alwnB
be done. Having secured thoso op
tions, I relinquish them In 'Vour favor
for a valuable! consideration, l'or In
stance, wtt -will say that A Is a horny
wltted Xarntor, U your humble servant
and C Slick Fuvorshain, Usqulre,
"(lot that? Well, n goes to A and
pays him $10 ns a guarantee of good
fallh for a thirty days' option on his
rami, nt a prlro of i5,uo, A signs a
contract tp that effect and n goes off
with It,. In, n fow days C arrives nnd
oners a iio.uqo ror tlio farm, a re
grets lo say that be Is tied up by the
., -v '
and the farmer
contract, ho lins given (o II. C Is ory
sorry, Inn, and hope (hat H will back
out. Ill which ovcrtt ho. C, will lie
ttldd to Inly. Ho will wait nt tli rll
Then 11 comes backt with hln roll,
prepared to buy and finds A hates to
sell and wants t orefuhd tho option
money and call tho deal off. There It
soinol talk nnd the matter Is flnall)
compromised by A palng U anywhere
from (MO up to cancel tho contract.
Then A nnlts for C to como along with
his ten thousand plunks; nnd ho waits
nnd he waits and he waits, and he
keeps right on nwaltlng, while II and
0 pass on to the nexr sucker, IIow'k
Well, It looked good to me nnd 1
went, aumey nut mo In the lead, and
carried tho bulk of the bnnk roll. Tho
first day nut I struck a nice looking
plnco, with eighteen lightning rods
strung nlnng the ridge polo of the
house. The more lightning rods there
are tho easier the farmer Is ns n rule.
.Well, I hitched my horse nnd walked
hi' to n slabslded yokel with pink
whiskers, who was sitting smoking n
corncob pipe, on 'tho porch,
"flood morning, sir," I said sweetly.
''A flue day and a beautiful placo you
have here, May I ask If It's for sale?"
He pulled tho pipe out of his mouth
and sprit twenty feet without an effort.
"I'll sell nnythlng I'e got If the price
Is rlghl." ho sild.
I explained to hi nilhat I had taken
a fancy to the place, nnd If ho wnt
disposed to bo rensonnblo I'd buy It,
Jlo put the price at fifteen thousand
to start with, and I beat him down on
It to twelve thousand rind fhe hun
dred, nfter I'd seen the liarn and the
llvo stock. Hut ho dldn t want to give
nu option1 because ho wns dickering
wllli'rt neighbor, and I Was A stranger
to him, I finally had to pay him n
hundred nnd ftfty snot cash to get
"hlmi to put his name to tho agree
A hundred and fifty round Iron men!
Two thirds of our entlro capital!
Tho nallejed, knock-kneed, pigeon
toed, ycllow-toothod, homlny-guzzllng.
cldf'r-HwIIIIng son of, n rutabaga!
The farmer had gone to town, and
this ell, ncer mind. Ho was the
hired man, that's all.
And 1 don't supposo he ever did
AEROPLANES OF THE FUTURE.
NEW YOBK, Feb. 20. The pre
sldent of the Aero Club of New
England, Charles J. (Hidden, looks
for a very active season In balloon
ing and makes the claim that Massa
chusetts' will lead the) country In
1910 as It 'did In 1908 and 1909.
A number of voyages aro already
planned, In which attempts will bo
made to win the several trophies of
forcd through the aero club. Mr
(Hidden himself made the highest
flight last year In the Uoston. The
longest voyage was by, Leo Steyena
In the Pommern, from Plttsllold,
Mass., to Blandish, Me., a distance
of 1G0 miles, with Ave passengers.
In testing the value of the balloon,
for war purposos, some fairly suc
cessful experiments were made. A
study of upper air currents was
made by .the well-known roeteorolo
gits, H, Helm Clayton, who resign
ed his position', as head -of the Blue
Hill observatory to take up aero
nautics and Is expected to collect
Important data this year. Among
the Interesting' projects of this com
ing season will be night flights with
tho Intention ot reaching Canada.
Mr. Qlldden states that attempts
.will also be made to get observa
tions and photograpus of Halley'S
comet when It 1st nearest the earth.
For. this purpose the balloons Mas
sachusetts and Springfield have been,
As regards aeroplanes and other
piethods of nlr navigation, M. Paul-
hati, the noted aviator, remarks:;
"Wo have gone far enough now to
understand the possibilities ot the
future. The Wright brothers, In
giving their views, say; "We really
do' not know what the -future of hu
man fight will be. It will depend
pn how much money will be avail
able for experimental purposes.'
This country has not been very lib
eral In this respect so far, but It Is
hoped It will Increase Its appropria
tion so that native talent will be en
couraged to put forth Its best ef
forts. An airship capable ot carry
ing twenty ot thirty men for patrol-log-
theNorth sea Is one of the Eng
land's various projects, Germany1
and France are also very much'1 alive
t6 securing the advantages which
inay accrue from promoting avia
tion. "You ought to do something In the
world," declared the wealthy father.
"All right, dad." said tb lndohuit
on. "I'd Ilia to bo nn editor, ri'ip
pote ou buy mo a newspaper." "I'll
buy iou a newspapor. Here's
newsboy. Now look over the w.'int
col u in u nnd seo If nuyhndy Is adver
tising for nn edltrtr." Louisville
Courier Journal ,
Men nrn more or Ices afraid
vionmu who Is Battery proof.
W A N T s ;
i , WAHIM -j . 10 LET
Everyone to know that tho Wal
pahu Exchange, at Walpahu,
serves the best ot liquor refresh
ments at Honolulu prices. When
motoring to Haleiwa, vary thi
monotony by calling on us; lt'
only a ten-minute run from the
main road. 4589-lnt
Ambitious men nnd women to pre
pare for better positions nnd larg
er salaries. Apply for list ot
positions to Hawaiian Agency of
the International Correspondence
School, at 1139 lMrt street.
Ocntleninn to Join two others In es
tablished bachelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost of living. Apply
"123," llulletln omce.
Everybody, to uso the largo nlfkel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two huudfed sheets of good paper
"for five cents, ot this office. tf
Chill peppers and tamarinds. Mrs.
Kearns, 471 Herctnnln street,
rags at the llulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M
Matilc, 14S7 Auld l.ane. Tel. 15C4.
PASS BOOK LOST.
Pass IloolC No. 41rG has been lost,
Itoturn same to the Klrst Ameri
ca i! Savings and Trust Company
of Hawaii, Ltd. D. S. Kaalknla.
, ' 4G14-3t
Illcycln, o'n lleretanla street. In
quire Territorial Messenger Ser
. vice. 4G12-3t
City Cluthes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St. Clothes
called for and-delivered.
Phone 6 and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyes' new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young' Hotel Stand;
Chas. Heynolds. 4E40-tt
Piano taugh,t In six months $3 per
month (eight lessons). Special
attention given' to adult begin
ners. Address "Music," llulletln
SYDNEY F. H0BEN (KoniBliohes
uonscrvaiorium uer niusu., ioip
xlg) Piano (Technique and Vor
trag), Singing and Voire Produc
tion. 169 Bere(anla. Phone 33.
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
riano, -jweniyriive years- experi
ence. Rapid progress; thorough
training; perfect touch, time, An
gering and expression. 236 King
street cottage In rear, opposite
Hawaiian Blectrlc. Interviews 2
to 6. Saturdays excepted.
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Muilc Lesions in Singing;,
1'ianoiorte, jipe urgan, eic uesii
denco and Studio, 1SG0 Emma St,
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretaala Bti.
House Consulting', 2-3, p. m.i Sat
urdays excepted. Operating", 8-11
a, to., 3-6 p, m.
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m,j 3 to 5 p. m. Residence;,
o io iu a, m,, i lo u p. ra.
PHONES Club Sublet. 109: Re.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Bait for $21,
REOAL SHOE CO.
Hint; and Bethel.
SHoT-Ar" 'Pent" cards'
the Bulletin office,
- - - - v rfsSI
Six-room urnlahoj house; morern
lii 'overy respect, $60 per month,
lleretanla street, near Punahou.
"K. K.' this omce. 4572-tt
Small furnished bouse In J'utinnou
dlsti'lrt. Hent reasonable. Ad
dress II. W ", this office.
Two furnished light - housekeeping
rooms, 17G0 King street, near ra
wua Junction. 4000-lt
licach cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.", Bulletin oOce.
Two furnished rooms with ball!
mosquito-proof King 15B2.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnelL 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1624
Nuuanu Are., near School St.
Trices moderate. 4460-tf
Keatly furnished rooms and board,
1SS0 Umma street, Oppoilte Ilojal
School, Mrs. Annie Oabe, prop. '
Hoarding by -ty, week or month.
Mrs. (Samel, IIS Viucjard.
SHADY NOOK, 10 19-1050-1071 ller
etanla 'street; phone 1333. Itooms
and board. 4G10-2W
Cottage, 'three furnished rooms; 828
lleretanln street. 4C13-1W
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention.. No addressing neces
sary. In aeudlng out bills or re
ceipts. llulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tf
(Jasollne launch, two outrigger rn
noes and fish nets for salo cheap.
Address 1'. Johnson, Honoullull'.
Hon. Address "II,
J. C", llulletln
Diamonds and Jowelry bought, sold
' and exchanged, J, Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship--r-plng'bookr
at Bulletin offlco.- tf
New automatic. Singer for sale; cheap.
"A. 11.", llulletln omce. 4592-tr
Horse, buggy and harness
cheap. P. O. llox GO.
Men's clothing on credit. 11 a week;
suit given at once. Lovy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Dldg., Fort St.
. r i 4529-tf
Jaoaneie Employment Association,
,Maunakea near Assl Theater, (jail
up phone 697 It you want a coctf,
good boy or servants.
r Mag Zee-Plumber and Timmlt,
Smith Bt.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
lii Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAD2Y.
s Tel, 890. ,--v
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The World's Best
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
ISO Hotel St. Phone 218.
Blank books of all
I etc. manufactured by tho Bull