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Short Stories For Evening Hours
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GETTING A LATE START.
F.vnsMNo mn.t.rrriN, Honolulu, t h imnttuv, hit it Pin
it 1 n rriurn it
1 MlltuILL rf
Arc you pale, weak, easily tired,
tand do you lack nerve power?
t Ask your doctor If Aycr's Sar-
, sapnrilla would not be good for
you. lie knows, and will ad-
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol in this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
'Take only those medicines the
best doctors cridorsc. Aslcyour
(....... (,p, C.Ar.riCt,t.ll,liii,tl.s.A,
If you are looking
for a pretty Gold-Mounted
make sure that you
before ' making
Albert ntiil Mario liml "gone' (fi-"imiI itcftnil him, llcr liinllnct lo ulicl
gcthor hIiico their high school .lays. I tcr liliu was vaguely mixed with some
vviic-ii moy were grniiuaicu mey mm-, iiiiminwn son 01 nurc iu mo nounm
nl ncrtotiuly toKother of tlio fact ttiat
tliuy unw fere cheering the arena of
of Iter licutt. Perhaps It u8 ocuiiibo
she hum a llttln lillhaimv. All lipr
lift, anil Mario leninikeil that AlbertTfrlendi weio marrying and overybod)
luul perfectly bcnutlful tlcs. took it fur granted that koine da) k'.io
Alliert Rtnrlcil In lo loam tlio btuil- and Albeit
ness nt IiIh fathers factory, whero
they mado shoos. He was to start at
tlio liotlom and work up and Mario
said Ills nobility and heroism were
perfectly wondoifnl. They wero not
engaged. They merely undei stood
Albert called ociy Smut ly aflor
nooti and Htayed to tea and usually
one or two cvcnlngH a week ho drop
ped In or ho took Mario out boiuc
vhere. TI.e other boys ncer dreamed of
infringing on Albert's prcmg.ttlvo an
constant escort, iilthoiigh they had
leanings Iu that dttectioli, Mario be
ing a very pretty girl Her family
smiled amusedly at Ilia romance. Thoy
said Albert wai a nice boy and Mario
was ton young to think seriously of
There was an awful tlmo wlion
Mario's cousin from tlio Hast catiio to
visit her on his first vacation from
Helng new ho did not undcrstnnd
tlio situation respecting Mnrlo and
Albert, so he camltnly opproprlntcil
her. That Is, bo tried to. M.irle,
plea-led with his attentions, but plain
ly unequal to tho complications, had
u miserable time.
Albert did not call for two weeks
after tho night ho called on Mario
only to llnd tlio West Pointer also
calling and totally Indifferent to tlio
fact that bo was upsetting nil pre
cedent and tradition Marie, being
tendcr-heartt'd, tried her e)cs out.
When Albert and Mario nt li.it met
again, accidentally, Albert was pajo
mid haughty and Injiiied and Marjo'a
hc.tit Mnnto tic r. She had made lilm
surfer and she consldoicd It unwom
anly to tc-nso a young m in and make
him Jciloua as some girls did Albert
forgave her grandly utid she assured
him that she thought tho West Point
As the) grew older tho situation re
mained line hanged Albert raid t'aat
Mario understood him so well and Hint
, it was such a comfort to he ablo to
, , I talk everything over with her. If he
OUr aSSOrtment I wanted to read Instead of talk when
ho called ho read, and when ho glow
tired Marlu would lay down her em
broidery and nsk what be winted to
do niako lodge in tho clilllng dish or
Of courm when sho wont away on
visits Marie met oilier vonng men
who were nlco to tier, hut the Albeit
habit was too deeply Ingrained for her
to lake an lntcio.it In them She
thought it illiihonninh'o to flirt.
Albert ciplullicd to her that on his
business tilps lo New York bo took
the Mistcrn manager's sister out o
tho tbe.ttoi because ho was Indebted
to tlio munagci and had to bo courte
ous and sho could ro-i-lty understand
that. Ho said it seemed good to he
hack again where a follow had miino
ono who understood him and he tjlbl
Onto a visiting mint asked Mario
flatly If sho and Albert weio engaged,
and Mario rntber defensively said no
"ll'm!" Slid tlio' mint, disapprov
Mario dlsllled her over after. Some
bow she felt that Albert was being
assailed in such a way that sho could
. J. A. R. VIEIRA
Phone 8231, 113 Hotel St
'I lien sho icpronthcd hcisctf. They
wcro good, slncero fi lends, and that
was all HUM, it would bo pleasant
to be ablo to speak of Albert openly
as her engaged friends spoke of their
Johns' iind Henrys and Dicks. Stic
I was ciy carcttil never to make Al
bert fool thai ho was bound to devote
himself '(i her That would not have
been womanly, according to her
. One night they had llnlsl oil a par
ticularly oxi client raieblt and weio
still slttng at tho dining room tnblo
Albert was now- nearly 30 and Marie
observed that tbcro was a silver
streak ovor ono of his temples Ho
icriaiuiy was worsiiig nam no was
not looking at her at all, but was
staring at tho tablecloth
I know jou'll iindorstnud," bo said
to her "I novor know any ono elso
I could talk to as I always luivo talk
ed lo win We'vo been exceptional
friends, haven't wo? I toll you, Marie,
a man appreciates a girl like you!
You'll like I'stlier she's tlio sort ev
erybody takes a fancy to. I didn't
think -when our Now York innttiiKcr
first took mo homo to dinner Hint I
was to meet my fate, but you can
never tell' Ksthcr and I arc to be
married in tho spring "
"Yon must tell me all about It,"
breathed M.irle fiom ncioss the table
Which he, being a man, did. And
she, being u woman, listened, a'lil
Mc.i'iwhllo she struggled with n re
marknbly ghastly acho In her tin oat
mil fought t lie shamed realization
that sho. had not. expected this
Why, Albert did not euro anything
about licit Ho never bad meant any
thing scriounl She had b.-cn assum
ing all this tlmo that home day
To tho last sho excused Albert to
liorfccir She repeated over and over
(hat he had a perfect right to marry
whom ho chose. Tbcro was n flaw
in her loai-onlng somewhere, but sho
rould not llnd It Ilrsides, sho had no
lime to dwell upon It, for nil her en
ergy nod wit and prldo wcro required
lo ad her smiling part beforo her
friends, relatives mid nciiunlntatices,
Sho hud nt last stepped nut upon tho
stago mid entered that arena of llfu
she bad to blithely talked about when
bin- was giadu.ited ten years lie fine
CUTTER BEAR WATCHING
SAN OIKOO, Dec. 1. Patrolling
the coast fiom tho Mexican lino
south of San Diego 1101 th toward
Santa Moiilm is tho tovonuo cutter
Hear, loaded with Immigration offi
cers, wlio tiro searching for two gas
oline vchtels repoited to be en route
north fiom Ma7.1tl.1n and loaded with
ChlucEO vvhopi It Is Intended to
smiigg'o luln'thls eountiy.
' According to tho report which
readied the waterfront this morning,
tho smuggler craft left Miizallfin
pomo vveoks ago loaded with Oilen
tills, who have paid tho "smuggling
fee' to ha put 011 American chores.
It Is sild that ono of tho vessels con
tains twonty Chlneso and the other
eighteen. If the smugglers should
ruccceil In pas-dug tho rovonuo cut
ter It. Is probablo that thoy will run
In closo to shore under cover of
night and laud their human cargoes
somewhere between heio and Santa
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The Ruud Automatic Gas
Water-Heater is different-
essentially better than all other water-heaters. The
difference is a pronounced betterment in hot water service.
Imagine for a minute an ideal hot water service i
wouldn't it begin and end at the faucet ? The '
lTLQfiHttK5 AT WORK
NATI,tjiV. ill. Jessie Kej
11, desLeided from Mar) laud
INSTANT RELIEF FROM ITCH
Inrt.iut tcllcf from tint Itch
A few ilmps of a soothing lliiil:l
Anil tlio U1I1 Is gone ns If by magic
Just n drop or two on tho skli) and
110 moro of II. nt torturing. ciidl;us.
nerve r.icUng Itch.
Ca-i jcu Pmltu how- It will feel
tint Itching ago.iy swept nwny In a
You cm know tho relief If ou lust
try tho simple remedy simplest of ov
'cnnl HijiiIiI remedies oil of winter
rio'ii as foiniiotiiided In D. D. D. Pres
cription. Wo positively know that It ullovl
atos Ilia Itch Iniincdlatcly wo voiuh
for this and giurantco Itfor wo havo
scon It usel In too many eas"s, mil
(ho cures that follow, us far as wo
know rcerfi to ho permanent,
Honolulu Drug Co, Port Street.
Ilabcis'um, dc-SLCifdc-d from Mar) laud
lniio blood stock, hut lor the last
live years known fiom tho Atlantic
to tho Mississippi as tho "Glpsy
Qucoii," Is dead 'In Scton H0splt.1l.
She gave n; her life fur a younger
one which b.gau last WedncEd.i).
Her father, S. W. Habersham, u Hit
tlmoto lirukcr, wlU lay the bod.v In
tlio fimlly plot. ., He will Imi Hike
homo'vvlth li I '11 tho Infant anil rear it.
'lho call of iipuiuiII- lovo joined
with that of tho wild whin tho so
cletj girl tinned away from the world
she had known to ally licrbclf with
tho Itoniiii) folk, mid In making her
Ills bride King John dioppnl his
noteeil titln nod sho beeniun. Ami'il
rm f.islilon, Mrs. lohn II. Mil, bell.
In tho tent to whlili the) ictiirned
nf'er tho ictc'iiouyi they shared tho
liinnrs of rovalt)
Center of Interest
Wherever the trlbo wainlered she
v.-is the rcittri of luteieist. Sho made
no H-c-ret of her nripln and Jui'tllld
the couii'i) sho hid taken by woman's
most potent leifiin that 1.I10 might
ho with tho 111111 of her choice Sho
Informed hci father of her marriage
toon after Us onurieneo and an
nounced to him the stylo of life sho
Intended to I011I llo lie opted lho
sltiiitlon, nnd thereafter her letters
to him were nlwaya those of content.
Thu glpsj queen had dlrtlugulshril
(oniiectlons. I'lnn 'Is Scott Key, who
vvioto the "Stnr Spangled llimicr,"
was l(er maternal great grandfather.
Mnilo l.loyd Key, a noted beauty Iu
her iluy, wns her great grnndniothor.
has done just this, it has reduced the hot -water problem to a
turn of the faucet it's as easy to get steaming hot water now
as cold water you don't go near the Ruud itself
you don't have to strike even a match.
The Ruud differs from ordinary water-heaters
in efficiency it is independent of the kitchen
range a luxury in summer time stands in your
basement self-operating and safe.
Finally, there's a difference in the hot water
never "lukewarm," but always heated to a
fixed temperature predetermined by yourself
and the water is fresh, taken clear and cold from
the water mains and heated instantly as it flows.
The initial cost of the Ruud is the final cost
so moderate that you cannot afford to buy a cheaper
water-heater ov to put up longer with, the vexa
tions of the old one. Study this mechanical
masterpiece at close range. Investigate NOW.
Hclnolulu Gas Co.,.
Alakea and Beretania Sts
Her gre.it-iiiiclo was Hogcr U. I'diicy,
tho Jiull'-o' of the Supremo Couit of
tho IMilird States who vvioto tho
Die I i-cotl decision that hurried 011
the Civil War. Alexander ; llaber
sham, her tinc'e, Lee imo a com
m n 'ei In the iiavv. A great-grand
father, .li-boph II iborsham, solved
Viithlii.-tnii, Adams and lefTerson ns
poHtni.ifter gen-rnl. I.lowl I.owinles.
governor of Mnrvlainl from 1S9C to
ltliio, was her cousin.
A CcIIcrc Oirl. '
Hha attended llrnwti College nnd
after a finishing conn In a ltiltl
morc private school idio vlstfed Hit
lope. Her sister gratllli-d the finally
wish for a Miclcty luarrl igoi hut .lesso
nliiDiil her hcirt. WI1II0 11 gipsy slio
wioto jnagalnn mil les, describing
tliC linpiiliiesn of 11 married llfu. Sho
was mil) twenty-live.
An Appreciated' Gift '
Has value in the eyes of t'tc receiver for its beauty nnd useful
ness. Imported Chinese goo Is have both tl.c'se rpilltiej.'
Among the rrticlcs we tire showing are DHfSS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS nnd SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Bujire; s made easy who jott scc this tliiplny.
Wc invite jou to call. ' ' ' 1
Wing Wo Tai & .,
Oil Nuuann, near Kinrj St.
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-IT iEttiLLHiLfix t
J,hK UV.W Ml.
iiomi: ciFKit'i:i sia'jiKiicii ms' Tiir.sr iiihi.ihm
Lake View No.
OS .Mli:i,ES, CM..
THESE TWO WELLS ARE
ONLY 5.500 FEET APART
Lake View No. 1 came in March 15 and docs 65,000
Bbls. oil daily. The "Scientific American" says it is
the most valuable oil well ever discovered, producing
over one million dollars worth of oil monthly.
Sixty-five thousand barrels oil is equivalent to 16,000 tons coal .and would require ton
of the largest size locomotives and 400 box cars to move the output every day.
I.ako View No '1 wan clown nhont 12 00 ft'. Nov, 1,
This In a picture of Chns. 1 Off, tho Oil Expert.
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I am tnUiiif Mili,rliiloiit for Mock Iu tin- ni.nic rinimiij. Jim it " . " "'' "" " - '"" "rn i.k-iiiim one to ioi. TIH (i i.poiutIj K IikiiIo.I In hem Couuli. Suiilli-ni Callfornl.i. In lho ecu.
Iit of tlir vvorlil-fanioiis .MI.lvv.ij.MiirUopn Oil KI.I.N. II I- nlioiit one una iiiii-qunnrr mit.-s iro m i... vv. i.m ii.ioi.h o i K"-i.f r Lnko Wtn .No. I, i,a l1(1IiK, (o M-..iralo co mil.-, pr.ulUnllj the mi....- oitlrew nu.l
.line-ton. an- r irtlrd will, l.tik.- View . S II h n nou of lis falh.-r. 1 he Mine i.iain.cr, .Mr. ( has. I. Of, !, I,i.t .law,, .ak,; ,. y. t, H , m,in.IB(r f m, N B0M , ,, ',,,,,. yh!n V), .... ,u. Ilro Mx ,,,,
m-nri-r llu-i!iiln-r Hun the lluumniima, rt-.t-iill) fxploHfd In Honolulu, , six i..ll.-s marcr llinii ll.o Honolulu I... mo llilnl. ,, iui.1 Hint- mll.-s m-nr.-r I ul,i tin- Mm. Jlalsoi. Mill. A U,otiu lil.l. will (ami- In on.- mile noutls 'of
us for the Consolidated Midway Oil Company, three other big gushers within ono mho cast of us. and four w thin wo miles north of us We therefore feel our proposition Is nltiiont a certainty. Don't )ou think this Is
worth tlio gamble when you consider the Immense protlts from u good oil well? t Is ilmost u fairy tale If wo strlko a 10.000 hhl well, at o5c por hhl . it Is equal to 3 00 dall per 100 shares, and this is only tho protlt.
from ono eii. wo can pui aown ioriy imiro wuim un ui iui...; ...- ..-- .-. . ... .----- .... ,. ,hlll (.uHiui, in u&c comes in oer u raillluu uollura p. oftt vwiry month: tliclr HtocK tost 5Uc,
.7ru: 'rr'... . ,,' ,," ' " z" r.T.v B,v ..r.Bcn -."L p'm oo " w"- !. but mruary ...w
""" "-" o - eii is down uLout 1200 feet with u IC-lndi hole. Tho driller's log shows wo liro
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value will ho according to tho size of tho well. This Is why you can buy Block now ut Mc, later It may bo worth $50.00,
....in.. ihrnii..i. ii,.. ...!.. fnrnintlniiH Ijilto View- No. 1. with every indication or striking a well equally us large
Kvery man who engages in business takes a chance; tho farmer's crop mity fall, tho ship may sink, even your 1 ro Is a gamble Scum, gambles are even chances: some have odds In jour favor. A gamble In Uiko
View No 2-OII Company would bo 50 to $1 In jour favor Any man with Intelligence takes a .hauce and ilcjvo tips Into a globe Hotter or touiist and lives on Kasj Street; tho other man who didn't Is Mill n clerk at his
old Job. John I) Itockcreller might still bo u clerk, but ho took a gamble I oll-hls Haliny Is now about a mllllom dollars dall.v Kvcij man and w oman owe It to theniWlws lo better their condition In llfo by bluing wwio
stock In this Company Uvcn 100 shares might put you on Kasy Street; it Is u safe gatuhlo Do It now. J ' h
Mall me jour chuck or I' O, order to cover one-third of tho uniount of scock jou wih.i io or.ier. tne uaiunco i imyauto in sixlj das Cut out your cigar or uny other eMciise and
urn wear diamonds, nnd this Is no Idle boast.. mono .-so orur-.- . .. j. UbWALD LUTTD, General Sa!eS AQCnt Honolulu.
buy some stock, unci .lutec on ivu
1139 Fort Street, next Convent i
This is your opportunity to invest in an oil company that will deliver the goods '