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ICVENINU HULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. ., FRIDAY, JUNK 24, 1910.
Short Stories For Evening Hours j
"Why, I.uclal Yon hero?" The
speaker rnn up t lie steps of the sub
urban way station nml dropped his milt
ense im the lilntfurm.
I.iicla Adnms went eagerly, forward
"Ken," oho Raid, softly, giving both
her hands to the newcomer.
Kenneth Moore was a tall, fair )oung
man, of a rrimewhat confident boar
Ing, perhaps Iho effect of which how-
over, wai pleasantly relieved liy a
winning gentleness of manner.
"Whither away?" continued tho girl
with brave cheerfulness ,
Her compallon looked nt her bravo
ly, hcMtatltig', then: "lt the mining
nppolntnicnl we've; Iwtii hitching our
little jlrenms to, dear?
"Not Mexico'" she exclilnidl, bo
wlldcred by tho unexpectedness and
the ti'lagnftiiitu of the Impending jour
ncy ' ' "
"nut It Wns not to ho till nutumn,"
"I lia'il a long telegram this morn
lng,'' tho oimg man explained. "The
summons to coino Immediately waH
Imperative. 1 did some record speed
packing and liao been looking for
)ou eVer Blnce. Whero have jou
Lucia's face showed distress. "1
spent the morning alono In tho woods
1 had an unhappy tlmo with Aunt El
Us last night?"
Rather moro surprised than con
ccrned' "What wbb tho difficulty
"You or rather Mr, Wilson." Sho
wng visibly pertrubed, "I.nnl night I
tried to tell Aunt Ellis about )ou
about us. Sho was vastly litis) mpa
thetlr." Hoth pained nnd perplexed for the
time: "I thought Aunt Hills was my
friend nut whero iloca Mr. Wilson
como In?" ,
l.ucla, blushing, spoke with an ef
fort: "Aunt Ellis wants mo to to
marry Mm "
"Not against jour will?"
"I suppose not (wcarllj). only In ac
cordance with hers. My usually good
aunt hnB mysteriously developed n dis
tressing worldlness. You and I. she
desires mo to remember, are not over
burdened with riches, nnd Mr. Wilson
Is, somewhat. She has Invited him to
visit us 'for a fortnight and has Just
gone over to Weston In the runabout
to meet hlB train. No soonor was slip
out of the house than 1 decided I
simply couldn't stay at home and lie
nlto to Mr. Wilson. I'm going in Inn
city to grandmother's. I wrote Alinl
Kills a hasty note, suggesting ijiat
she might toll Mr. Wilson thnt grand
mother would be so 111 for a fort
night she couldn't do without me and
then l' rushed down hero, expecting
to make the 2 o'clock, forgetting for
tho moment that It had been changed
to tho 2:40, I've been waiting here
ago. Now," sending an apprehensive,
glance down tho station drive tq
where It connected with the highway:
"I'm nfrald they'll return by this road
before our train conges."
Her hand touched his coatslceve up
peallngly, caressingly, to be quickl)
withdrawn as the sound of carriage
wheels and gay voices changed the
quiet sccno Into one of animation,
A moment Jaler a crowd of joung
people swarmed over the platform,
assembling at tho opposite end from
that to which Kenneth and Lucia had
drirted. A lively distribution of ball
of confetti Immediately began.
"A wedding party," breathed Lucia,
But alas for tho best laid scheme of
merr matters! A distant whistle an
nounccd the" approach of the, train, and
still no. brde nnd groom had appeared
to submit themselves to tho last gay
rites of a' well regulated wedding. '
"What shall wo do with nil this
beautiful confetti?" softly walled n
"Fred thinks thaf young man and
girl over there," Indicating Kenneth
and Lucia, "look very much like a
bridal couple," someone whispered
"They're the targets for my ammu
nltlon." 'approved a Jovial little man
'TheyWre look (ho part."
"Suppose we make a mistake; sup
pose they'ro not "
"Oh, they aro. Like ns not they've
run off, too, and left n lot of loving
friends In the lurch," supplemented an
elaborately dokful voice.
The subsiding noise of the train as
it slowed up for Its stop at the station
prompted tho two Innocent travelers
to turn to witness tho chagrin of the
outwitted wedding guests. They, front',
ed a merry-oyed, motclloBs compani
The Yat Hing Store
Is now located in a fine storeroom
on-Hotel Street, opposite the Empire
Theater. The imported stock of
Gentfs, Furnishing and Fancy Dry
Goods has been greatly increased.
SEE FIRST WEEK WINDOW DISPLAY
whooping, shouting, laughing nnd
were Instantly enveloped In a glitter
ing shower of confetti
The passe ngcrs h ered from tho tar
windows In eager Intorvct
Tho engine's bell began slowly to
clang The soft brllllnnt rain of con
fell! whs still injuring pitifully about
the confused girl when she ft It herself
lifted to the steps of tho nearest car.
Kenneth's arms released her as he iSutd
something about Aunt Ellis' arrival
with n man In n runabout. l.ucla
could hear him but dimly through tho
rumble of tho train and the cheers of
the wedding party.
The car they entered, dripping con
felt! as the) walked, was crowded. An
old gentleman arose to give l.ucla his
sent. "Just ninrrled, eh!?" ho asked,
winking nt the )oung man and beam
ing with good will nnd fnthcrlliicss on
the embarrassed girl.
"To tho back platform, please, Ken,"
the supposed brtdo urged In an under
tone.' They wcro spcdlng through ' tho
deepest, the greenest of woods. The
silver rolls, reflecting tho emerald of
tho foliage, stretched swiftly back
along the roadbed. Hut l.ucla was
blind In this beaut v. The tears were
In her eves na sho asked genii) :
"For how long, my Ken?"
"Three )ears, you remember." Ho
studied her fuco for n thoughtful mo
ment, then, ''Why not go with mo.
Lucia? Wo would bo married as soon
ns we. reach the city." 1
'Oh, Ken, Ken, I can't."
"And why not, sweetheart? Wo've
just tlmo, and )ou are not tho girl to
care for tho fuss and feathers of a
wedding Ucsldcs, we'vahnd all that,"
he ended with an irrcslstlblo smile.
Hut l.ucla was firm. "That's Just
It, Ken," sho said seriously, "Aunt
Ellis back there at tho station sho'll
think I've I've eloped with )ou, and 1
wouldn't do such a thing. It wouldn't
be fair to Aunt Ellis after all sho'a
done for n(e."
'"Tickets!" The voice or the con
ductor stnrtcled them.
They were well acquainted with all
the conductors on tho line, of which
they had long been patrons, and by the
time they had curtailed this one's at
tempts nt congratulation they were nt
Northwood, their first stop.
Here. Lucia InslsUd on leaving the
train. Intending to return home, nnd
Kenneth got off with her. On tho
platform they found n penitent Aunt
Ellis what she had dono with Mr.
Wilson they did not ask the trusty
little runabout having easily made bet
ter time than tho "accommodation"
train l.ucla told her story Blmply and
quickly, this time into wholly s)inpa
thctlc ears Aunt Ellis was not slow
to see her chance to make amends.
At her Invlatlon they plied Into her
small electric carriage, which she said
should make all lawful speed to grand
mother's, where her dear Lucia should
have n happy, If Impromptu little wed
ding and leave for Mexico showered
"Oh, Aunt Ellis," said Lucia, radi
antly, "I feel like h heroine in u ro-.
manco!" Boston l'ost.
BEAIAKI BOAT CLUB
SMOKED THIS OHM
Fine Program Arranged and Musical
and Athletic Stunts Will Keep
Visitors in Oood Humor.
This evening at the Healanl boat
;iub there will be n real good cmok
ir pulled off nnd some novel stunts,
will be Introduced. BcsldCB a fine
uuslcnl program, a lot of water
jvents will be staged. The high dlv.
ing by fcearciulght should be really
joud, and come of tho experts on the
high trapeze will also do some mar
Then there will be a couple ot
boxing bouts that should be very In
lerestlng, and the men who uro to
uke part In them nie the real thing
with tho gloves. It will albo go to
ihow how alive the lleulanls aro now
ilnto the new blood bus been Intro
duced Invitations aro out for the fun,
and ull those fortunate enough to get
one of the pasteboards should feel
thankful. A big crowd Is expected
to attend, ntid the popular bonthouse
shopld. bo packed with woll-wUhern
of tho Hcnluuls.
THE proprietor of a
Portland, Ore, dry
I have used Ivory Soap
for over two years, for all
kinds of cleaning and dye
ing, with the most perfect
results. Aa a dry-clean-
ing soap, it acts like mag
ic and is far superior to
any of tho benzine soaps
Supplied to the trade. It
removes dirt, without in
juring tho most delicate
color or fabric
994Aoo Per Cent. Pure
aMirxi4KX( X'M xi
.MiiV HULL' AT TIIK PARK.
The dcmniid on the part of parents
for five-cent seats In the reserved scat
section of the I'nrk Theater yon
strains Manager Congdon tq discon
tinue selling children's tickets for
less than tho regular admission to
that part of the Turk, which Is fifteen
cpnts. The entree of n gentleman
with three children the other night,
each occupyirtg scnts nt flvo cents,
whllo an elderly couple paying fifteen
cents each were obliged to stand,
brings Mr. Congdon to a realization
of the eternal fitness of things. Moth
era with children, except thoso In
arms, will bo nsked to pav fifteen
cents each for scats for their young
hopefuls when they go to tho I'nrk to
night to seo.ono of tho grand old
Western pictures nnd a series show
ing the wonderful scenery of the Park
ot Cnscrtn. Tho Dcnsmoro Sisters
and Thompson gave a Jaughable
sketch last night that was much cn
Jo)cd. It .will be repeated onlgjit.
ThlB will be the 'last week of, funny
Wnllner, the man who keeps every-1
one In a good humor.
TIIK nil'IIIK TIIKtTKIC,
There will be n complete change of
program nt the Empire Theator . to'
night In the pictures as wclj, ns the
sketch put on by the Royals. These
two clever artists nre endearing them
selves to the Emptro audiences In a
most lasting way. Their playlets nre
always full of clean and wholesome
humor nnd there aro now whole fam
UleB who visit this theater when tho
program Is changed.' The playlet
mat win uo presented tonight, prom
iscs to be ns funny ns nny yet given.
The pictures aro tho very latest and
the, piano music by Harry Well will
cotriplcto n program warranted to
make you; enjoy t yourself for moro
than an hour.
AT THE .NOVELTY. I
In the matter ot good Blnglng, first
class acting nnd respondent coBtumes
Orton'and Lcota will be Been nt the
Xovolty Theater tonight. Their work
Is perfoct In Its way. They have an
entirely new nnd refreshing .fine of
songs and Jokes that strlko you as
entirely original as soon aa you hear
thorn. Tho gowns of Miss Lcota are
gorgeous and places lior-In n class by
herself.,' There will also be a change
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bough!
Business Suits for HI.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & CO.
All the do
"BULL" rjIHQER ALE
RYGROFTS FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN 80DA WORKS
, STILL AT IT
OLD WILLS ARE
Bitterness Between the Children Is
Shown Openly in Court While
'Lawyers Contest for Departed's
SAN FRANCISCO, June It.-
Three millionaire brothers, John I) ,
Adolpli nnd Clans A. Sprcckcls, who
arc rnnged on opposite sides In tho
battle for the mllllo'us left by the late
sugar king, Claus Sprcckcls, sat In
Judge Coffey's court yesterday whllo
their nttornc)s quoted from ponder
ous law books and maneuvered for
Millions were spoken of with the
nonchalance with which a lucky
schoolboy wuuld talk about a big
bag ot Inarblen; old family troubles
of tho Sprcckcls were discussed by
John D. and Adolph Spreckels.
At tho conclusion of tho days
session the court records found them
solve Incumbered with two former
wills made by the sugar king, wulch
ho hnd revoked, nnd a lot of legal
argument by Attorney Chas, Wiiccl-
er, who represents Hudnlph and Claus
A. Spreckels' and their sister, Mrs.
Cold Glances Exchanged.
Kudolph Spreckels and his sister
were not present In the courtroom.
The bitterness thnt existed between
Rudolph and Claus A. Spreckels and
their older brothers was made mani
fest by the cold glances that shot
back and forth between Claus nnu
Although Attorney Wheeler con
fined his argument mainly tor an, ex
position of the law, which he said
upheld his contentions that John D.
nnd XVlolph Sprcckcls were not enti
tled )o n share of tho sugar king's
estate left nt his death, because, tncy
had both shared heavily In their
father's wealth' during his lifetime,
he occasionally referred with strik
ing emphasis to "the equality among
chlldron" and "fairness 'among heirs';
which ho said did not exist In the
case at bar. n
"Talk ofVqhnllty," sald"'Wheeler,
as he looked Hi .the direction of-tho
nttornejs representing John D. nnd
Adolph Spreckels. "and .'then i think
of what' these admitted gifts meant
M 1.000,000 to each of these two
older brothers' Just 4G per cent, ot
the entire estate of Claus Spreckels.
The father parceled out to'theso two
hons 45 per cent, of his vast estate,
leaving GS per cent, to be distrib
uted among -'his widow and tltree
other chlldrer. Our statutes' were
created to promote greater fairness,
greater equality among children. Is
Old Feud Touched Upon.
The old feud of years gone by,
when the lute Claus Sprcckcls op
posed his )oungest sons, were spoken
of slightly by John O. and Adolph
Spreckels, who were both witnesses.
Ily ndrolt questioning the attorneys
for the witnesses onl) bi ought out
a few short stateuTents to show that
the enormous gifts were mado by
Claus Spreckels be:ause he wanted to
exclude Hudolph and Claus A.
Spreckels from sharing In his estate.
John D. Spreckels was the first to
nssort thnt his father Intended to dls
luherlfnudolph, "Referring to 'the gifts prior to,
1897," said Spreckels. V'roy father al
vva)B stated (o mo that he made tho
gifts because, he said,' 'I do nbt vvlsh
my tons IJudolph and Gus (Clans) td
have nny 'share In my estate.' He
said also, 'I do not wish to have any
question arise as to these being
"Are oit sure that he used tho
word 'estate'? " aoked Wheeler,,
Wceo in Fear.
wen, I don't know,' replica
Spreckels. "He Bald, 'I don;t want
th 03e bo)s to have any of my
money.' " '
"Then he said money and not .es
tate?" Inquired the attorney,
Well, he said any of my money or
cstntc," tho witness answered.
The testimony o' Adolph Sprcck.
els wuh to tho biime effect, excopt
that questions wore asked of mm
toucenlng his father's attitude to
ward Mrs, Tcrrls In 180G.
"The marriage ot my sister Kmma
In 189G," said Adolph Spreckels, "to
Mr. Watson caused ait estrangement
between her und my father."
Attoinoy Peter F Dunne, who np
penrs for John D. and Adolph. on-
deavoied to go further Into the dlf-
feioncca between- parent and chil
dren, but an objection from Wheeler
prevented an exposition of this
Talks of "Advancements."
vv heeler argued that both broth
els had admitted thty had received
moie than their share of the estate,
though he said they may huve done
It iiuknowlugly, "These admissions,"
said Wheeler, "show that tlu'te two
blathers recolved their share of the
properly as advancements, the father
Intending, us they have said, to leave
no share nf his estate to tho other
ihlldieu. I'liilnl, theu, thev udmlt
..t-ia,,, , fa;
that their sharo of tho estate was
nffvnnccd to them."
Much stress was laid upon the
clause In the Claus Spreckels will In
which he said lie left. his two oldest
sons nothing becnuso they had re
ceived largo shares of the estate dur
ing his lifetime.
Not only was this clnuso empha
sized by Wheeler to support his
claims, hut ho referred to clauses
which nppcared In tho two revocated
wills of 1898 nnd'lOOfi, which were
Introdu cd In evidence. The lnttcr
will was made three days before the
great fire. In both Claim Spreckels
declared that he had during his life
time made large gifts to his two
sons, John U. nnd Adolph, nnd had
therefore left them out of the will.
Intention of Father.
"There Is no question," snld
Wheeler, "that Claus Sprcckcls In
tended these Immense gifts as ad
vancements, nnd ho bo charged them
In his last will, wlilch is before jour
He also spoke of the gifts made
by Claus Spreckels to his oldest sons
of stock In tho Independent Ons nnu
Klcctrlc Compnny and of tho many
millions tho two brotheis probably
nad received during the .cxlstonce of
Tho enso will bo heard ngnln noxl
Monday, when Attorney Peter V.
Dunne. Samuel Sbortridge and Mor
rison & Brobcck will present, their
, SCOltEIl 1 IMIIMA.MKT
Denounced lly Liberal Members As
Interference Mlth England' ,
Uondon, Juno 13. Tlicodoro Roose
velt's Guild Hall speech; led to a
lengtny Ulscusslon,of Egyptian, adalra
In tho Houso of Commons' top)ght, tho
Conservatives demanding to know
wimi course mo minlslors proposed
to 'pursue, and omo of' tho Liberals
denouncing whnt thoy term Mr.
Arthur J. Hal four, le.vlor of the op
position, expressed warm nimr.-l.
lion of Mr. RooscvcltVi synf put lift Ic
and kindly' treatment of tho sul.JecL
Thore was nothing In tho rncecli, io
said, to which tho molt stjaltlc Jlrl
ton could take exception. The Mtua'
Hon, In Egypt, ho declared, lulled for
Sir Edward Grey, the Foreign Sec
retary, replying in behalf of the qy;
ernment, announced that RnoseveH'a
speech had been communiouie! (o hjm
lipfnrn It urna .loll, n-a.l ir. !...., . -i
.. .. , .....(...,..!.. ,,u ,, nci
dom listened to a speech Villi prenlcr
Pleasure. Its friendly Intention, he
said, wna obvious, and taken na a
whole, It was tho greatest iompiment
to the work of one country ever paid
by, a cltlicn of another. ,
CLARA MORRI8, FAMOUS ACT
RE88, GOING BLIND.
1 JM n w
NEW YORK. June 10. Clara Morris
(Mrs. Frederick C. Harriott) is crit
ically ill at her, homo In Yonkers,
Asldo from her plijelcal condition,
grave fears are entertained for her
t-jeslght, which has been threatened
for the last three months, At her
home It was Bald that the actress has
I ecu confined to her bed Blnce March
and' that sho Iuib been gradually sink
ing. Regarding her eyesight, it was
said that sho could see only dimly.
Several specialists have been attend
ing her. Following n general break
down, her eyes began to give her trou
ble, and It appears tlhit the oculists
have been ublo to do little to relievo
her. Tho last tlmo Clara Morris ap
peared on tho stage was on April ifi,
1909. Tho occasion was a benefit per
formance for her nt the Now York
theater. She took pnrt in tho sloop
walking scene from "Macbeth." Sur
rounded by tiio members of the
Twelfth Night club, wlilch had arrang
ed tho testimonial, she spoko for near
ly ten minutes, sitting In an armchair.
Sho told tho audlenco that sho was
not of thpso who believed thq Ameri
can public was unappreclattvo of the
artist, and her case gavo (lie lie to the
perenlal statement that woman's great
cstyeiiemV Is her -sex.
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No other mediclno for woman's Ills
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qualified endorsement. JVoothermcd
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It costs but little to try Lydla E.
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Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists Presc.-Mions Filled
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Special care to keen
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, Tel. 880.
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Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Delivered to residence!
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Derchant St.,
THE ORPIIEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Cream Pure Rye
Sold by .
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ORDINANCE HO. 10.
AN ORDINANCE RELATJNn Tb
PLUMIIINO WORK IN THE CITl'
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU,
lie It Ordained by tho People of tna
City and County of, Honolulu:-.
Section l., lt,elinjjb. 'iftlaVful
for any person or" persons, firm or
corpointlon, to do any plumbing
work for another, In the CJty and
County of itoiolutuiuntl he or thoy
shall hnve first obtained a llcbnse
to do plumbing work In accordance
with the provisions of Sections,! nnd
i ot Ordinance No. 6 ot tho City
nnd County ot Honolulu,. ns amend
ed by Ordinance No. 16 of the City
nnd County of Honolulu.
Section 2, Any person or porsons,
firm or corporation, vlolatlpg the
provisions ot this Ordinance shall bo
deemed guilty of a' 'misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall bo
punished by a flno 6f not moro than
Five Hundred Dollars (J5o6.00), or,
by Imprisonment for n. term not ex-.
cccdlng six mouths, or by both fine,.,
und Imprisonment, v '. ,
Section 3. This Ordinance shan
tnko cffclt fifteen days from and aft-',
er tho date of Its approval,
Introduced by Supervisor
R. W. AYLETT. ,
Dato of Introduction: . .
Mny 26, A. D. 1910.
Approved this 21st' dny of June.)
A. D. 191Q. ,
JOSEPH J, FERN,
4CS0 Juno 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 2i.
28, 29, 30; July1 'l. '
Notice Is hereby given of the In
corporation, under tho laws Of the
Territory of Hawaii, of DANK OF
HONOLULU, LTD. (Capital IG00,
000 fully paid up), which will tako
ovor and succeed to the business ot
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO. on July
1, 1910. .. ""
Tho HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD..
will conduct a general banking bus
iness ns heretofore carried, on by
CLAUS SPRECKELS A .CO., and
asks tho continuance of the valued
patronage accorded to that firm.,,
DANK OF HONOLULU.' JLTD, ,
W. O. lRWIrf,
It Hodp-4 Co.
All accounts owed by the firm 'of
J. Hopp & Co.. will be settled within
(he noxt thirty days, and, nil ac
counts duo to the said frm not, set
tled within thirty davs wll ' bo
placed In the hands of an, attorney
for collection without further no
tice. . , '
,' J, HOPP CO.,
rcr L. CHARLES,
j.y , Manager.
Juno 0, 1910. I 4043-tf
- " i
From and after thlg ,dato Mr.
ilruco Cartwrlght Is authorised (to
ict for mo In all mattors of business
under full Power nf Attorney.
OEO. C. BUCKLEY.
Juno 21. 1910, ,,, x4C50-6t.
-ASSESSMENT,.Sp. JL2 i
Honolulu Branch ot the Harrison
Has been railed, and Is , DUE JUNE
IB and DELINQUENT on JULY IB.
.SUSFULLER U CO.
For repaint! p Agricultural Imple
ments, Farm Wagons, Windmills,
Lewers & Cooke,Ltd.
In Coins and
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