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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H , FIltDAY, SEPT. 9. 1910.
Short Stories For Evening Hours
HIS LAPSE OF MEMORY.
WILLIAM BARNES, JR., READY
FOR BIG POLITICAL BATTLE.
Photo by American !Vas AMflaclftUon.
NEWYOIlh. Aug JO K.uli iluj
York Statu becomes nioie Interesting
tercharges of the olil guard uinl
Is a report (Hat William H.irnos Jr., known as un up stuto boss, lias
decided (ci place (ho former President's name at the head of (ho (Icket
this fall, ami tho next day su li a
(lint Mr Rimes Is taking a prominent part In tho (alk of (ho polltl
cluns and Is declined to bo ready
Ilotcvelt believes neiens.ii for the
SUMMER IS WHAT
Make it Coo and Comomfortable by Installing an
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Contains 200 Sheets of Writing
Just the thing for School
(ho political sltuaUun In New
bemuse of the chmged anil coun
Colonel Ilouscvclt One ilay (hero
report Is denied. The fact remains
(or lui) kind of u light that Colonel
lontiol of tho Republican votes.
YOU MAKE IT
' When rlic hw (lie girl hi (he door
wny (lie girl .kneeling before (ho
Ifliep'iico exclaimed, "Whj, Isabel!
How did joii get In?"
I run right In." ex Inlmeil the
new miner, Milking Into n ihnlr, lie-
'ennse I was Hire 1 smolled something
burning. I supposed Hie house wns
on fire. The maid was Drubbing!
Dm front kiphk mill she must havoiJnck Wheeler knew inv tiiitnc. Ami
thought mo ciaz). What on ciirdi
nro )ou bullillus n fire tor on u hot
tn Mfn thin?" I
The girl nt the fireplace threw a
handful of letters on the little fl.itno
which sho had kindled. "Oh, this
Isn't n lire," sho said; "It's n fu
So that's It'" laughtcd Isibel.1
"Well, liu Is tho ni.ui? Ami, !Mlth.
why couldn't ou have told mo of
Jour engagement In some other man-,
per than this letting mo run Into
the house as though I were u thief
Or ii maniac. Just because )ou nro
having one of (hose bonfires which
we nlwnjs have on suchoccnslons?"
You're wrong on mc lirsi guess,
said Edith as she (hrew tho last let
ter on tho flic and turned to faco
ber caller. "I've half n mind to tell
jou about It." she mused, "for It l
an Interesting storj. If jou'll piom-
Ise never to tell
"Well, then, Isabel, do )ou re
member an) thing about Jack Wheel
er and mo?"
"What kind of lncnior) do ou
think I have?" laughed Isabel. "Do
I remember! Hate I recovered jet
from the nervous strain of to lug to
console Jack when ou flnall) iiuulo
him tindcrsdind that ou wouldn't
marrj him? And didn't I absolutely
refuse to bellovo that he
gaged to someone else, until tho wed
ding cards were out? It's two jears
ago, of course; but ho was so madly
In lovo with jou (hat
"It happened jestcrday after
noon," said Edith, Interrupting tho
remarks of her friend. "I dropped
In at Am)'s and who should be there
but Jack's wife! It was positively
her llrst appearance In Chicago, it
seems Unit her mother ami Amy's
mother wVto llttlo tflrls 'tc;cthcr,
or sonicdilug like that. Anyway,
there sho was. Amy acted as If bIio
wanted to laugh, or as it she veie
waiting for something very dramatic
to happen. Jack's wife, however.
teemed unconscious that I vtas aii)-
hotf In particular "
"What Is sho like?" asked le.ihct.
"Sho Is a nl o llttlo thing," s.ild
Edith, with (he manner of one de
icrmlned lo bo Just. "Hut she Isn't
tho kind of girl ou would think
Jack would admire,"
"M-m-iii," said Isabel, as she bent
down, ostcnslbl) to fasten her shu.
but really to hide a smile.
"No, sho Isn't tho kind of girl
son would think Jack would like.
Hut she Is very well hied mid rather
pretty In n nulet, deinuro woy. Wo
talked about the things that every
one ahvajs talks about. Then m
kjiiio way Clio coin er8.it Ion turned to
names. 1 made my stoik icmark
about tho convenience? of having u
niiino ii. odd us mine. Jack's wlto
then made her longest speed.
'"You know in) namo was Smith,'
she said, 'and for that reason any
name of more than (wo Billables ul
wu)8 seems strange (o me. And you
know )our namo Is enough (o sur
prise nearly any one on (ho first
healing 1 agreed with her. Then
sho said' 'I've had a lurking fear
tfct I didn't spell it right on the
announcement cards. You bee, Jack
didn't write his list out for mc, but
simply told mo the mimes.'
"Sho teemed so earnest about it
that I ussuied her the namo was
spelled correctl) As u matter of
fact, It was, Then I laughed and
said It was in) first name, which
ccrtainl) Is common enough, that
had been her undoing she hud
changed my nume to Ednu.
"Well, whut do )ou Buppose she
replied? 'That ts a Joke on Jack,'
she said, 'tor I asked him what jour
flist namo was anil he said It was
clthci Edna or Edith, ho couldn't
lemenibcr which Then ho thought
a minute anil said It was Edna.'"
"Sho must bo a llttlo cut," do
claied Isabel "Also u remuikabla
llttlo u tiess "
I wondci." bald Edith. "Still
sho seemed so unconscious uud so
demure (hat 1 call hardly holluvu It
The changes are (hut Juck leully did
u.i) that to her."
Well, whero do tho letteia lomo
In demanded Isabel.
Oh ' said Edlih, ' (hoy haven't
IiiiiiIi In iln Willi It You see, thn
wu she viild ll was su peifrit Ihut
I lame uwii) lulling in) n If Unit It
11111.1 nil Ihi u mistake about Jink's
billing lifun (uud uf inu; Hull (line
hud uiiiHKi'liitdl III Hi" Ihu linimil
iiliit of thai llffilll Su tills liliilll
iiih I wiuii ilnwn in i In1 uliiii'iniiiii
mid liillili'il lllilllllil fill II link HI ilhl
lllliua llMI I (.HUH UHln llll'lll
1 Ii Mill i Uiwuubl il toll I III SHI (M
them long ago I flon ( know
Tvo spcn( houta reading (hem
over, over) one. Anil now I lime.
Imriiml lln.ni nil. iih inir own c)cn
enn leKlt) Hut In trh-t .onll
ilcnte, between ouisclvc", 1 ilon't
inlnil telling inn llnK ( no llnio
flnd (lint not o erj Ions 'ago
If .It wniii't fin shnttcilng the r.ilfli
of his little wife I'd uihlso her lo
cnll In ii In. 1 1 n specialist for .luck.
His Hidden m. or iiicuiury must bo
u bad b) inptiim "
"M-m-ni." K.ilil ImIioI. "Thcro'i
nothing the matter with Ja k. It's
mil) that he has m.iirlcd u cat unit
un art i era combined "
Hill PraMinc ('liiiligcs In Hliniltd
Mclii'ilule? 11 Inn Hoard of Eiperli
UEVEItEY, Mass, August 30 Pres
ident Taft Is determined that what
ever Inequalities exist In the I'uync
Aldrlch tariff law shall bo adjusted
with tho least possible delay. This
does not mean that uny lurllT rovlslon
Is to bo expected ut tho short session
of Congress which will convene in
December next Hut If tho Congress
which Is to bo elected at tho N'oi em
ber elections Bliall remain In tho con
trol of (ho Itepublicun paity, thoio Is
u lively prospect Unit bv tho tlmn li
months, nnil wh) I didn't
cii-iComcncH tn )etcmuci.f 191( Ul0 ,re8.
went wjll liavo deflnlto iccoinineniln-
(Ions wlih referenco tp u revision of
one or (wo ot the schedules which
nro now In dispute.
Acdon Is largely dependent on tho
results of tho Investigations that are
now being made both in tills country
and In Euroinj us (d tho difference bo
tween tho cos( of producdon a( home
Tho results of all of (heco nvcs(l
gatlonii will bo tubulated and ana
lyzed ris rapidly us possible for tho
President, nnd iih soon us this has
been dono ho will be ready to net.
AIRSHIP AND WARSHIP
TO MEET IN DATTLE
Shells Will Be Dropped From Aero
plane Upon Armor . Protected
WASHINGTON, August 2I-- The
Navy Department proio3es to test foi
Itself the mii Ions theories as to tho
doHtiuctlvu iers of explores iluip
pod nn tho decks ot battleships from
The monitor Tallahassee has liren
ordered to Washington for a series of
tests, the final one of which will bo
nn encounter with un airship under
battle conditions. The TallaliasKC"
was first named tho I'lorlda and is a
sister of the monitor Clic-)ciuicf, now
on the Pacific Coast, nciii Han Trim
She Is hcally armored, carilos 12
inch guns in hor turrets mid has u
steel piotcctlon for her decks,
It Is tho piiipoto of tho department
lo begin th,o testing or nrnjor plerc
Ing shells hgillnstf tho uinHit .of tho
Tallahasseo utl inclined uugfes
In tho rfceent tests' with thu ram
Katuhdln. u 12 Inch shell sent thu old
su, JiuiiiBler tic (lip bottom of thu Po
Tho tcsls with the Tallahasseo will
of course, (ako place a( a great ills
taneo from Washington, and moic so
crec) will bo preserved than that
which allowed tho slot) of thu Kiitah
din lo bo told.
it is well known Ihut (ho naval
chiefs do not bclluvo that there Is
much danger in battleships from ex
plosives diopped on thu deuk of a ve&
sel, unless, pel chance, tho bomb
should drop perpendicularly into thu
funnel of the Bhlp Tho (hcor) of (ho
lending chief of liuiouu Is that ex
plosives cun do no damage unless tho
explosion tukes place within a con
fined space. Ordnance ollkeis in tho
War Department nnd signal coips of
fiuMH think quito dlffcieutl) I'm
tlii-8ii leasous tho foithcomlng tests
will be of supicmo impoitamci us tho
point to bu dctei mined Is not who
tin r. a bomb can bo diopiK.il on u bat
tleship, but what Inn m It will do,
THE PURE FOOD
AND DRUG LAW
has not only brought thu funds uud
drugs of HiIh inuutr) up to u hliilmi
htuiularil of pui It) but it Mi i'Uiii
iniiteil tho hurmfill mt'dUlnea with
whli It this i mi ut i) was iloiilud
Hmh iiiu'lU liiu. Imwuvtu u I-mIU
I!, IMllkhaui a Vi'livluhlo I'liinpiiiilid,
pilli'l) ii runts iiml hnrh. iiuidm't,
Will KlllllllllH IIS hPIH'lll.l Wlllk
i ii w ii
A piun sliimi inuUiw iiui sin" mil
u).ii lm tinliMa hw is u iauii
H. Holcomb of $20,COO,000 Univer
sal Exchange Is Taken Into Cus.
( WASHINdTON, August SO lly tlu
arrest by postollleu Inspectors In Chi
cago tills afternoon of W II Hoi
comb, vlccpicJldcnt of tho United E
change, the liml'iVtiicifiihaVhfet liiKiieo.
ten's olllco of llio Pnsdiftleu O'Vt
nlctit bcllcvo the)' have stopped ouu of
thu biggest swindles ever proji cled
llolcnml) Is charged with clrrutit
Ing literature through Ihu malls In an
attempt lo il"fraiul
' .v ..V l
i Motor Gars
"If it's built
Associated Garage, u,
Tho nircst or (ho other two olllcers 1'ig udvcrtlBlng ma(tcr. banking and
of tho compaii) mentioned cm tho lot brokerage business, nowspaper pub
ter houd, Elmer Comar, presldont, uud HbIiIiik, publishing of guide hooka.
A(wood Will-hire, sccielary nnd trc.i riirnlchlng (mined dolcellvcs, running
Hirer, U expected momentarily. Co theatres, oxiiosltlons, conventions, ma.
mar Is said to bo in San Francisco nufactiirlug. explorations, Installation
and Wlllsblio In Phoenix, Ariz. Will -
shlio la H.ild lo bu Ihu miii of Mrs
Hummond, wHo of cx-fcdcral Judgo
llammiiud ut New York, li) nn earl
The letter liuul nf'Jho tlulti'd E
iliango ndvortlses the coinpidy ns "A
j:o.Oiiii.lini) public tervlce tiust." that
will "hihig thu nation's public ami thu
building and oiieutlng fl)liig ma
chines, Ooriitlng uutoiiiohllu icIichiIs,
Lclllug rallic ad Ic-ketH, running x
elusions Information hiirc.tui, tele
gruih und telephone lluea. distilbut
Dolivorios strictly on schedule
Selection of dates by order of sale
Verdict of America':
by Chdmers it's built right"
Dealers in Motor Cars
Dsrryman tn Washington Star. .
."' h-ltor credit systems und practl-
cull) ccr thing except iiiulcrtnklini
Holcomb was urrcslod ut Chicago
today iw ho alighted fiom the Twen
tlelh Century Unilted in thu Union
depot lie was released on $3,000
Hiiuils of thu Sail Francisco Sani
tary and Furnitures Company wero to
ho bundled by llio Cooperative Unit
cil Hxclinngo und F II llcnnctt, mm
''rWWJ-lf"..',1" I,cr ccnl "" ""
tnelniin'dirilfHltlsjyopiiJgiyi (Mat wero
ml'l. .He-'inett wus togel n 1arg
eomnilcsTon on'alt'olltcr transactions
33U"For Rent" cards on tale atl
tho Dullttln elflea. ,
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