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EJE:flNC BUtLETIJf, H0N01TO.U. T. H., SATURDAY, MAY !1, 10.
For Good Furniture
GEO. A. MARflF
Business Snits for S2S
if Dry Goods
Fort Street, Opposite Catholio Church
PARISIAN ART' CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
" Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny lace, by the yard, at reason
able pi ice,
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDG.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING
UNDERWEAR and GIOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Yonntr Building
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block
Beretania and Fort streets.
The Paris Craze, at
.MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist.
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honoluln. T. H.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everythint: absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King- St., Xwa Fith Market
WING CHONG, CO
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
fto... etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
FRAMED PICTURES -for
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
941 Nuuanu Street Phone 2G0
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG,
P.O. Box. 061 Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suev un
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS AND. TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hdp&Co.
jjj(f-"l''or Sa'.u" cards ut JJullotln...
The art of printing wan pa
peri Ita$ made such giant
strides in the past few years
that the man" of modest means
can now have on his walls
handsomer papers than those
which only a short time nfeo
were to be seen only in ele
A visit to bur wall paper
show room will prove a treat
to all and a revelation to
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
177 So. King Street
is such a piece of fine anl
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled1
by a competent watchmaker,
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL ST.
$3 per Hour
Hack Calls at Hack Rates
C. H. BEHN
Your machine will be ready for
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on tatoi; we riir
Co., Ltd. '
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUTLDDM.
"The Best-Buijt Cor in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
irti w -
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7 W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
(177 Make fit
your store or residence for
v lights or telephones.
Union Electric Co.,
Beretania St. Harrison Bldp;.
Fresh Milch Cows
Will do it
Pau Ka liana
At Your Grocers
SBJf-BULLETIN ADS PAY
Coprrllfil. 1908 b lh McCtut. Com.
rmr top'fijhl. I'JOf. I il)S. ly
SltM Ldx.Ml lVKIi
"riuw tlic ile-iil did yon set ou to
that?" cried NVvvmnrk, startled,
"Then you uclsnnn ledge II V
"Why shouldn't li" Kewnuk laugh
ed. "Of i nurse Ilvlnrnmn ulnhbed."
Orde halt snt ou the arm oC bis
"Now, I'll tell J'ou what wo will do
In this matter," s.ild lie crisply.
"We'll follow," snld Nrn iiuirl:, "the
original program, ns laid down by uiy
solf. I'm tired of dealing with blun
dering fool. U-ln7miluV innrlgtmv vv III
lie foreclosed, n nd you will hiitid oier
as per the agreement Jour I loom com
Ordc stnred nt him In nmarcment,
"I must say you hnve good nerve."
he sntd. "Von don't (rem to icillze
that jou are pretty well tangled tip. I
don't Know wlnt they call It erlnilml
conspiracy or something of that Sort,
I suppose. Ho far from hnndhig dver
to you the hulk of my property I can
w, if you fn the penitentiary."
Nonsense," rejoined Nevvtinrfc. lean
ing forward In his turn. "I know you
Ion well. Jack Orde. You're it fool.
li .ou seriously mean to say that you
Cuie try to prosecute mej Just ns
Hint- ns you do I'll put lleiiiziiiiin In
llio pen too. I've- got It on hint. cold.
He's a bribe glver-itnd somewhat a
criminal conspirator himself."
Newmark leaned back with an amus
ed little chuckle. "If the man hadn't
"tlmvthe ilcvll did yoit oct on to limit"
Come to you and given the whole show
away you'd have lost every cent you
owned. And for your benefit I'll tell
you what you can easily substantiate".
I forced htm Into this deal with me.
I had this bribery case on liliu. What
had the man to gain by telling jou?
Nothing at all. What had he to lose!
Everything his property, his social
position. hlsidiiUghter,'M esteem."
lie paused a moment to puff at his
"I'm not much used to giving ad
vice," he went on. "least of all when
it Is nt all likely to be taken. Hut I'll
offer you some. Throw Ik'lnzmnu over.
Let him go to the pen. He's, been
crooked and a fool."
That's what you'd do?"
"Exactly that, luu owe nothing to
Itclnzuian. but something to whin jou
would probably call repentant e, hut
what Is lu reality u miivvLlsh senti
mentality of neatness. However. I
know you. Jack Orde. I rum top to bot
tom, and 1 kuow you're fool enough
not to do It. I'm so sure of It that I
dare put It to you straight. Vou could
never brlug yourself to the point of de
stroy lug a iiiah who had sacrificed him
self for you."
OU seem fn lime tin game ill1
llgured out," said Oide wilt
"Well." said I lie other, "let's
settle tills thing. The fuel remains tint;
the tlrm onus u note lolleliixinuu which
It mil not pay. You owe u note to I In
llrm vvhkli jou (anno; piy. All tiih
muj be slightly Irregular, but for prt
Mite reasons Jou do not care to ui.Le
public the Irregularity. Am I right sr
"You might hear the other side," In
tornipted Orde. "In the llrst place-."
said he, producing a bundle of papers
"1 hate (he note mid the mortgage It
my possession." ,
"Whence ileluzmnn will shortly res
cue them ns soon ns I gtt to seu
blni," countered NewinarL.
"if you foice Ileluuiiiiu he'll land
you," Orde pointed out.
"There Is Camilla for me. lie trav
els with heavier baggage,"
"You'd os eveiy thlig,"
"Not, quite." smiled Newmnrk. "And.
as usual, yoii are forgetting the per
sonal equation. Helnzumn Is-llcliir-
nmu. And i urn I.
"Then I suppose this nflldiult from
Ileluzmnn us to the detujls of nil Ihlo
Is useless for the same reason';"
.Newuurl.'H lulu lips purled.
"Correcl." said lie,
"Hut you're ready to compromise be
low the fafe of the note"
New mark hesitated.
"Jl'c," said be,. "ltfcau.c 1 know jou
rrefl enjugfi fo reillit Ihaj ttino, fi n
pilot whtrsj jour loj.tlty to HpImuwu
would sip? aside in favor of year loy
alty to your family."
,'Antl yoii think you know whera
that point is?"
"It's ihe basis of my compromise."
"Tie w6rst of It Is 1 believe you'ro
tlght.'snld he at last. "You have tlm
llilnir sited up, and there Isn't n flaw
lu your reasoning. 1 ulnars said that
you vtefe the brains of this concern.
If It were not for one thing I'd com
promise siirp, mid that one tblnj uas
beyond your porter to foresee."
Tie paused. Xevt mark's eves half
closed again In a quick darling effort
of his bralu to ruu hack mtr nil the
elements of the game he was il.l)tng.
"What Is It?" asked NetvnurU at
"Helnsman died of smallpox at 4
o'clock this afternoon," said Orde.
Kewnurk's face unit slowly gray,
for it mil mliitite he snt iiLnolutely
"Where are you going'" nsLed Orde
"I'm going to get myself n drinu in
my bedroom." ho snapped. "Any oil
"No. After jou get jour drink I
want lo talk to jou."
New mark snarled nt litnti "You
needn't be afraid I'll run nvtny, Ilou'd
1 gel out of toVitiV
Orde looked thouglilfnlly at llelnr..
man's nthduvlt. u hlch. Only dMnfei n d.
had been handed him by lr. McUullen
ns Important. Thou he nroxi; to his
f-ct and glided softly ncross the room
to tnke n poslllon close to the door
through which Ncvf murk had deparied
I'lnally the door Hunng briskly Innnrd
I.Ike n panther Orde sprung fonvnrd
He pinioned Ncwmilrk's arms to his
side. j here ho held them Immovable
ntth one of his own. The other hand
he ran down Newmark's right arm to
the pocket. There-followed nn Instant
of resistance. With n sharp cry of
pain Newmark smilthed his bandout
and gazei amaredly nt the half crush
ed fli'gers. Or-ie drew forth the re
oler Newm.irk had grasp-d In, the
coat pocket. He spilled out the car
tridges iinrt tossed the empty weadn
"There's your playihlng." said he.
"So you1 wanted that nOldarlt, did
He paused. ,
"1 don't need in tell yntt that I've got
yon." said he, flnnllj". 'nor what I
think of you. I ran send you over the
road for the best paft.of your natural
dajs; nlso 1'ic got these notes and
"Qulf It." growled Newmark. "Send
me up and lie d d!"
"That's the question." went on Ordo
slonlj. "You hurt me pretty .bad. .Inc.
I thought of you ns n friend. hid
a luiii time getting oer that pirt of
It. We've been together a good many
years now, and as near lis I can make
Out yoii've pecn straight ns n. string
Willi in fir eight of (hem. Then I
suppose the ch nice eniiie and liefore
jou knew It you ne'ie lu oier your
"Oh. for Ood's sake, drop that
preaching. It nukes me sttk!" broke
out Newmark. J m"
"I'm hot preaching." said Orde. "nod
even If I were I've paid n good mn.ny
thousands of dnlt.im. It seems, to, buy
ihe right to say what I d-n please.
And if you think I'm working up to n
Christian forgleness ratket you'ro
mlstnLen. I'm not. 1 don't forgive
"Well, turn me oer lo your sheriff
and let's get through Willi this," said
"Look here. Newmark, that's Just
wh t I've been coming to. Just wtiut
I've had such n hard lime, lo get bold
of. I'm not going to hand jou over
to uny sheriff. I'm going to let you
off. No," he continued. In, response to
Newmark's look of ludcdiilnus nmii7e,
ment,i"lt Isn't from any fool notion of
forglxeiiesi. I inM you I didn't for
gle jou. Hut I'm not going to bur
den niy fuliue life with you. That's
Just plain, ordinary seltl-ihness. I sup
pose I really ought to Jug jou, but If
I do I'll always carry with me the
thought that l'o taken It ou mjself
to Jndge a in in. And I don't IicIIimc
any man rs competent lo Judge mi
other." Newmark, who had listened to this
rnmhjlug exxilloii ,Hh nirloHliy,
broke Into a laugh,
"You've convicted me," he said
"I'm a moilt awful failure, I thought
I knew jou, but this passes till b.--Ilef."
Orde brushed this speech aside as Ir
"Our association, of course, comes to
an end. There remain the terms ot
settlement. 1 could Ore you out of this
without a cent, nnd you'd hate to git,
Hut that wouldn't be fair. I dou't gltu
a hatiR for you, but It wouldn't bo
fair to me. Now, ns for tho northern
peninsula limber, yoif have had sevr
enty-lhe thousand out of'tlmt nud huo
lent mo the same amount, Call that
quits. 1 will take up your note when
It comes diielind destroy the one given
to Ilelnzman. I'oriill your holdings In
our common business 1 will give you
ray note without Interest uuil without
time for )00.uo. That 'Is not IU fiieo
value nor iiiijllilng like It, but you
have canned me directly nud Indirectly
considerable loss. I don't know how
soon I en u pay this note, hut It will be
"All right." agreed New mark.
"Does that satisfy you?"
"I suppose It's got to."
"Very well. 1 hare the papers here
nil made out. They need simply tu be
signed ami witnessed. Tliiibu)l Is tuo
nearest notary, Come," said he.
In silence (lie (wo walked the block
and n half tu the notary's house. Kl
nnlly the paper were executed. In
the street Newmark paused significant
ly but Orde did nut InkA the ynt,
rrtrll'jr with tn? ' .iiSwJ
"I nm replied Ortie
' I'ln re l one
In silence once more they returned to
the shadowy low library. Newmark
threw himself Into the iirm'hllr. He
was nue iigntn the toldly tnlcuintlng,
cruknl ohi'nei'. Oiile tunnd tu fine
"You have live days to leave town,"
he said cirqilv, "llnn't ever show up
here again. I.ef tne have jour nddieii
for he pnynielit of this note."
He onk tvvu steps forward.
"You're n dirty, low lived skunk. If
you think you're going to gel oft sent
free tou're mightily mistaken"
New niai k half nnxc.
"What do jou mum?" he asked In
"I mean that I'm going In give you
about ihe vvorl ll king jou ever heard
tell of," replied Orde. buttoning: his
I'lve mlnilles later Orde emerged
from Newmnrk'K home, softly rubbing
(he palm of one
hand over the
knil'l.!tt of the
lie turned out
of he side street.
Ills own lioiie
Ity before him.
He Hlnppeil, then
stole forw ml
sofllv until he
stmil looking I'l
through the door
way. Carroll snt lean
ing ngalnst the
golden hiirii. her
"U'li'iltl'oi.oiitiiciiiif" shining head with
hi tikrl. Hi,. rff Hhildovvs
bent until It iiluiift Ion. lu-d Ihestrlugx.
Her hands neie slrivmu Idlv over il
(IHIoil.nl i In. ids nliil ll h iiiiululnttolis
the plalhllvi- halt iki-.-! rcvtilc.
Qiile irept to Inr unheard.- (ieully
he i I.ihhh) her. She sank buck ngnlnst
his breast wltliu Imppv Utile cUh.
"Klnl of run being iiinrrlid. Iiii t It,
sweet heart?" he snlil
"Kind or." she icp'lcd. nml inlsul
her fine tu his.
Mrs. Claude Watson's Tea.
Thnrsdnj', Mrs. Claude Watson
made a charming hostess at a prettily
appointed tea that was given at her
homn on Aloxsniler street. The toi
was from 4 to (1. Mrs. Wntsnn, as-
silted by Mrs. Jnmei Coek'luirn, re
ceived tho guests In tho drawing
room. This dainty hostess was
charmingly clad lu a hand-cmhroldcr-
ed llngeiio gown. Mrs, Cockluirn at
to wore u Trench lingerie gown, and u
picture hat of flowers and laco com
plcted her costume. Tho house was
fragrant with pink roses, while palms
were used effectively as n decoration.
A circular tn'blo was placed In the
center of tho coney dining room, I land-
embroidered dollies ornamented the
polished surfaco of the tabic. A largo
howl of I.a lr.inco roses occupied tho
center of this prettily equipped table.
At one mid Mrs. Waller Hoffmann
served coffee. Mrs. Alan Hottomlcy
poured tea. Mrs. Hoffmann woro a
smart costume of blue linen with the
tunic hoidcred In a white convention
M design and a chic hat completed
her costume. Mrs, Alan Ilottomley
woto an extremely pretty; white dress
with a inauvo hat. Miss Harriet
Young assisted In serving tho guests.
Amoo3 thoso who partook of Mrs.
W(tHon'H hospitality were Mrs. Sam
lid Damon, Mrs. Cattnn, Mrs. Thomas
King. Mrs. Walter Hoffmann, Mrs.
Alan Ilottomley, Mrs. C. at. V. Torstor,
Mrs. It. A. Joidan, tho Misses Jordan,
Mrs. Carl du Hoi, Mrs. Charles Kck
I hart, Mrs. James Cnckbiirn, Lady
I Ilcrron. Mrs. Weston, Mrs. Itobert
I l.angc, MrB, Coan, Mrs. Tliomus Hob-
I Win Miss Cooke. Miss Illalr, Miss
l.ticas, Miss Harriet Young, Miss Joso
nhlne Soncr, Miss Hewllngs, Ml
Illanche Super, and others.
Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Halstead, ac-.
companlcd by their children, sailed ou
tho Sierra, May lUi. for San Tran
clsco, their objective point being Vic.
torla, Ilrltlsh Columbia. They had
planned to lenvo on tho Canadian-Australian
steamer, sailing on tho KSth
of tho month, hut owing to tho largo
number of passengers who embarked
at Sidney thoro was no room. This
necessitates n trip overland. The Hal
steads' will remain during tho Rum
mer nnd enjoy tho cool summer In this
Mrs. Krncst Waterhouse, with her
two children, aro staying at -the Ie.
nlnsula for several weeks. Mrs. Va
tcrhouso will bo tho hostess at a small
house paily on Sunday.
Mrs. W. T. Monsarrat was a pissen
gcr on the Slorra, which sailed for
Son Kranclsco May 18th, whero sho
will visit for a short ttmo before leav
lug for tho Kast.
Mr. A, Qartlcj-, former manager of
tho Hawullan Electric Company, re.
turned to Honolulu from a trip to
Kauai, on Sunday", May 1Mb.
J, A, McCandl?S9 Is hooded to de
part on tho Wllhelmlna, sailing May
fin H' (vn
l !5tll. -
While mntnrlng or driving tnwardfl
l!vva or W'ulalua, jou lu call ut
the Wnlpnhit i:chnngo and par
tnkn of their liquid refreshments
lo Llear jour throat fiom dust
We altii htilidlo thu best lu the tu
bacco line. 4019-tf
Ainhltlous men nnd women to pre
pare for better positions nnd lara
cr salaries. Apply for list o'
positions to Hawaiian A'geucy ol
the International Correspondence
School, at 11K0 Kort street.
Oentleman to Join two others In es
tablished bachelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost nt living. Apply
"123," Uullotln olPcr.
Hverjbndy tn uso the largo nickel
pad for school and figuring use
Two hundred sheets of good papc
for flvo cents, nt this office, tf
C. A. Class
:n. Hnroll now.
To buy four teed coconnuts Just be-
glt.nltiR to sprout. 4A2t-.')t
ragg nt the Huiletln
Japanese Cooking School, Tsmlllea or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. At
Matzle. HG7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1CC4.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Mat
sonic Temple, Alakca St. Clothe
called for nnd delivered.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Standi
Chas. Reynolds. 4G40-U
re oint; Kte-Plumber and Xinsmita
Smith St.. net Ho'el and Psuahl
Piano taught In six months; S3 n
month (8 lessons). Special atten
tion lo ndult beginners, "Music,"
this office. 4C23"-18t
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
I'lano. Twonty-hvo year' experi
ence. Rapid progress; Ihoyough
training; perfect touch" -time, fin
gering and expression. 23G, King
street cottage In foar, opposite
Hawaiian Electric. Intcrvfewa.'-i
to G, Saturdays excepted.
x W.Karl Vincent-
Prof, of Music Lessons in Slnrinu,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. llcsl-
dence nnd Studio, 1CS0 Emma St
Cr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Bti.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Bat
drdayt excepted. Operating, 8-11
a. tnv 3-8 p. m.
, Phone S3
A. H. HOWAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m,
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.i 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
Chas. R. Frazier
ihnTic R71 122 Klnr Ut
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets
MODERN PLUMBING APPLIANCES
The Pioneer Plumber
182 MERCHANT STREET
THE RENEAR CO.
,' ALGER0BA BEAN MILL
Mill in Operation
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LW'ATIVE DROMO-QUININE, re
moves the cause. Used the world over
' Id rtire n rnli-1 in on 1i T? W
- , GROVE'S sienature on ench box. Muds
J PARIS MCDICINR CO, Glint VmU. U. S,
rurnlshed rotlnRO nnd housekeeping
lisilus, Cottago drove. Phone
Clean fitrtilshed 'rooms; $1X0 week,
fifc night. 18SI Tort street.
furnished roolu. avvi "
M('tkmnli, iii Uuimi. Hi.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnlsheu rouni sun luiuo.
with ur wtlhuut liosid. 1631
Nuumiu Avo., near riiliooi St
i'ltces moiiernte 4 4M-
Neatly furnished rooms and board,
lii.il) IJiniiia niiiei, uppomie Huui
Stliool. Mrs. Annie, Uahe, prop.
Nlcclj'-fui niched rooms, fur roup'es,
with hoard. It. private family. Ap
ply l3fiBICInx ttreet. 4fiL'4-Ct
Hoarding by da week or month.
Mrs. (lanzcl, IIS vlnejard,
The Transo envelope a tlme-savlnc
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out hills or re
ceipts. Uullotln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
Gasoline launch, tvvu outrigger ca
noes' and fish nets for sale cheap.
, Addrajts T. Johnson, llonoullull.
Diamonds' nnd Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Tort St.
fnter'Island" and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Rulletln office, tl
Men's clothing on credit. l a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs bid.. Fort 8t
lapanese Employment Association.
Maunakea near Aisl Tieater. Call
Mp phone C97 It you want a cock,
food boj' or servants.
- In Our Cream
. Special care to keen
tZM Cold and protect it
- jrom contamination ai-
- inre ample keeping
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King Street Fish Market
1129 Fort St.
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150 Hotel St. Phone 218.