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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 30, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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EVnNINU OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hot.il at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"A BC code.
SAN FRANCISCO " 'X$"
Reinforced Concrete Building. 225 Rooms. 21 tint
claueatlnghouiciollhlnt block. Rates St. II.SO
to 14.00 per Car. F. Li , W. Turpln. Props. & Mgrs-
Iiiin the iMtrmtRr or the
people wliii know wluil n
KoihI hotel Khould 1c from
point ot vuHnc mid scr
lce MISS JOHNSON,
Emma St., Above Vineyard
M TtOl.r.AltS AND 1-IITV CliNTri
iAs ai.i, i:.i'i:xni:s roit Tin:
Till I' TO
ATTUIIAY AND St NOW IIV Till!
MMITUD, I.IUMN'II 3 20 1 M.
WAIMEA, KAUAI '
Nowly Ronovatsd Best Hotel
Tourlit Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
Waiklki Beach Retort
FURNISHED COTTAQQS. .$1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS 75c, $12 Month
PCTER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2836
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea 8treett Honolulu
OAHU FURNJTURE CO.
King Street, opposlto Young Hotel
(). Ilox 840 Phone 3092
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattress Upholstering and Furnlturo
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
K10 ST., MttK IIKTIIKL
DralrrH In furniture, .Mallr(Kc
dr., rlr. All kind!) of KOA anil MIS
hi O.N IIIItMilllli: uiailn lo order.
Only establishment on the Island
equipped to do Dry Cloanlnfl.
im'AaA''1 tiiirmmcs "
Al.Cmfiil' i n't'it ,..,!'.
slrniaihiSiiicnxMlaailRpdtih I tng I lie S.iimach3 end UtMvUoT
Prnmnlcs DirfMlfnn rkwrlVt.
ncss and ResteonlalnsnciUw
Opinm.M:rphinc nor Mineral
AnprCnrl IVnwflv PftrfYmnM
I Ion , Sour Stomach.DUrrtoca
Far. Simile Sijnsrarcor
NEW YORK. ,
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Remember the Slot Days
of Last Summer?
hi: cooi. anm) com ruitTAiiu: ai.i oi-'tiiim mim.mi:ii
IIV lN.STAI.I.I.St) NOW
An Electric Fan.
A mm. i) iiui:i:.i: tm a ktiiiimi wind iiv tiii: iu:i
m.ATioN or tiii: switch.
oitium o.m: u y imionu now ajcd hi: comi-out-aiii.i:
Iron Bed Sale
Samples and Damaged Beds about Given
Away. See our windows.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Vm Bid.
Aro tho choice of tlio exclusive, man for summer wear. Dig stock of vnried
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KING STREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OFFICE
The King of Cooking
J. HOPP &
Weekly Bulletin. $1 Year
for Infants and Children.
''" I ! I 111 IS SSmiMSSJSMtwt ,
The Kind You Have
Tiir riiTun compinv, ncw vori cir
Electric Co., Ltd.
Ask Your Grocer For It
It Is Not Safe to Ignore
Br EDITH TUCKER
In n vlllnco Id tho Interior of Now
York state In colonial ilnjn, when
America wns n crude country, with
the cruile customs of the mother coun
Iry. there lived n uinn named risk
Ills home wus near the pchnolliouw.
and since he nils nlun.is Kind nnd
l'immI nntured with the Ixijm tm tie
came a fiuorlte with them.
Now. n lioy, thmiRli Ills brain 1 not
mntureil, knows a ureal ileal nlmut
rertAIn thlnss upon which men know
nothlnc The boy Is wry oliervant
within Ills little Held. He can tell )ii
the exact number of chickens Tanner
Cole has nnd the number of conn In
Farmer Morgan's pasture. These
schoolboys knew that the horse mis a
great favorite Willi Mr. risk. Me
was constantly coming home villi a
new nnlmal. nnd the stock on hand
was nlwnys disappearing Ills lib
ncnces from home were frequent, lint
not lone, nnd on eery return he
brought n horse with him. Older per
sons were more Interested In his
menns of livelihood Hut as to that
matter he was unapproachable nnd nl
One morning there wiis great e
rlti'iucnt nmong the Irnvs. .Sews IiikI
come that a band of borne thlotcs
which had traveled those parts for
years had becu captured and that
their rlend Mr. risk was leader of
the gang. The mystery of Mr. risk
wns rohed. ,IIe had turned out to lie
n horse thief.
Iltery one wns Interested nnd eirlt
ed nnd absorbed In tho denouement.
Hut tho loys. since the culprit had
been their friend, were not iiilto cer
tain that they wero pleased at It
They preferred to wait to i.ee what
wns to lie done with him. Some of
them argued that hore stealing wns
very sinful nnd risk should lm pun
ished. Others contended that he
should lie punished, but they Imped he
would get off. Altogether, there was
no settled opinion nlmut the milter.
There wns no Jail In the Hinge, and
the thieves were lodged In a room In
the tavern, the doors lielng looked and
bolted The same day nt noon the mint
ronveueil hi the parlor of Hie Inwru to
iry the offenders. The Judge, the lin
yers nnd other odlclals assembled, an I
Hie sheriff went for the prisoners, lesiv
lug the crowd. III which the Ikijs were
ronplouoUH, to nwnlt their coming
Itut the sheriff did not return, and .1
shout arose without that the prisoners
And why should they not have es
caped? Not through tho liolteil door
There was ilo necessity for pwiiplni:
that nn.v when they had a better. All
they had to do was to step out of a
window on to the roof of n shed and
thence down to the ground, liming
been In it hurry, they had dropped cer
tain articles, which ludlcatiil their
route They hid lied to n wood behind
the tnern and were doubtless now hid
Ing there. The wood was. oak and
hickory, with an undergrowth In which
the boys had din Mil so,uhre!s and hid
started partridges. Among the ciowd
that went on the hunt for the horse
thieves were no such eager persons as
the boys. Had they been sufTered to
lead there Is no doubt tint the fugltles
would hae soon been captured, hut
tho sheriff, whose stupidity bad led to
their escape, olllclous, pompous, appre
ciative, of his authority ordered the
boys back while he organized and senl
forth bodies of men.
Itoys nro especially unsnfo crentures
to Ignore. No ono likes to bo relegated
to the rear when he aspires to go to the
front, nnd, after, nil, boys aro but min
iature men. The little fellows got to
gether, nnd It was at onco eldcnt that
tho treatment they had received had
turned their sympathies from pursuers
to pursued. Among them wns n young
ster tall, lithe, with wiry muscles, lie
was famous In the school athletics ami
was n champion run hit. Ho conceded
tho Idea of hiding In the hush nnd as
soon as started up by those beating It
to iiersouato their old friend Klsk unit
attempt to outrun thosu who would
rnnn the articles dropped Mime or
the thlees nere known lo be half
diessed. So I In boy tbiew off his coat
.mil pulled his r.hlit out uer his trims
ers. Then, cln ling around, he round
a convenient pi. no In which to hide
Suddenly a bhout arose and thu chase
"There he gnei!"
"(lo fur id in'"
"You, tht'le; head him oW"
These n ml a babel of oilier words
were hhouled while the runner, like n
deer, dodged between trees, darted
around thickets, following a route oer
which he had often chnsed or been
chased by his companions. The white
tall of his shlit preceded the pursuers
like n guiding whlto cloud. Now they
saw It. Now It wns hidden. Hut they
camo no nearer to It. Tho boy led
them beyond tho wood, and there
across tin opening, his white shirt was
seen vanishing Into nnnther forest.
Whnt m.ittcred It to the young nth
leto Hint the next day when his trick
was discovered ho inust'tnke n thrash
ing. A thrashing was nothing com
pared with tho delightful excitement
of that chase, to say nothing of the re
vcugo for the Insult the pompous sher
iff had Inflicted upon him and his com
panions. Hut tho boys' old friend I'lsk never
relumed to thnnk them for their hav
ing saved him from the puulshuicM 'la
It has a pi oven rrputa
tion iii'Citses of Poor Ap
petite, Belching, Ileal t
buni, Na'Uilrnry, lndi
r ti'Mi, f o .l.vdirss. and
M.ilaria, I rvr-r ami Amio,
Don't expi'im cut -insist
It tones unit invigorates
Fur snlo by Uenson, Smith & Ho,
Ltd, Chambers Drug Co, Ltd. Illlo
Drug Co nnd vl all wholesale Iliiunr
SILKOLINE5-:6 INCHES WIDE
Baker & Hoke,
BERETANIV, NEAR FORT
Dr. T. MITAMURA
Oldcei 1412 Nuuanu St., cor. Vineyard
(Hiiro lliMirn '.i lo ; ii in. 7 to S
i m Siind.o bv appoint, oral
Resilience T.ll N Vlliejnnl Street,
nenr nlllee. Tell plinne SCI.I, f O. Ilox
HAWAII A SOUTH SEAS
SCOTCH TWEEDS ENGLISH
J. E. R0CHA
Elite Building Hotel Street
With U A J
I'lUAII MIU lie
M. A. GUNST & CO. Aticntf
WHEN YOU VANT
Wire Woven Fence
The Man to Seo la
J. C. A.XTELL - ALAKEA STREET
Dy Abadio's French Method
177 King Street Telephone 1-131
I F I T'S PAINT
And you want a good job, ao. n,a
8HAIIP SIGN.S ARE SEEN
Phone 1697 847 Knshumani.
139 Merchant Sfcct
Clias. H. Frazier
rotn i)vr,XTiau si
fon 1S71 122 Kin it.
f LJl i
G. M. DUNCAN
258 Beretanla 8h, ipp. Royal Hawaiian
totve the water problem. Install
.i Redwood Round Hoop Tank
nnd use tho rain water or con
.nect it with the city main and
have a constant and uniform
supply of water. Tho cost is not
Lewers & Cooke
177 S KIWI ST
VERY LATEST STYLES IN THE
DEST QUALITY OF SHOES
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
10D1 TORT STREET
lire in. ule mi the litem Lmiilon, I'.irli
nil New nrK t'lrtoin liMtri.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Street!
Pantheon Block Hotel Streot
llAV.tl SIIOK ST0I1K
II, ri Inula Stri'it, Nenr unnn
IIOMII.I'I.I'. II. T.
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
t the recent California Htate fnt
tield nt tiacriiinento;
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU WANT
City Hardware Co.
NUUANU AND KING STREET8
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOUSE TURNISHING GOODS
Collins Block Tel. phone 3591
I!. I). IIV I.I. A M)., 1.1 1),
for. Hint; mill Kurt Ms, IMI.MIMIM
1 1 11 nl 11 11 re, 1'iitiiln mill (UN, Ship
rluiiiillrrjr, Slnren, Crnikerj-, (llaH
mi re iiml Ii Hi lieu I'leiiklly; Sirllnc
liiioili', (iuun, UeiiilierH nml Ainiiiunl
NEW DRUG STORE
tillDA WATKU I'lltNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end or Bethel
Well Stocked with New Drugt anil
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everything In Booke"
"PUSSY PIPPIN" and
The Newcft Dolla
A. B. Arleigh & Co.
Hotel, Near Fort
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
B'l'lie MiiHt ropulur Ciinil'ra Muili'H
Q on thn Cnmt H
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.HJ
JlU:4 Fort St. Telephone 1364
Tor GENERAL OFFICE STATION
cRY and FILING SY8TEM8, call or
write to us und we will Till your wants.
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
831 FORT STREET
OKOICHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOn
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHIOKICQ
rtED, WHITE and SI'AHKLINQ
LAROE snd SMALL DOTTLES
Sptclal Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
THY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
1011 sai.i: AT AI.I. HAILS
You'll II ml (tie) 're nil gii'id fel
loe, n lure.
"It's the Fashion "
lliilel 11 r. fori. II. II. Ilniln. I'm p.
DO FINE WORK HORSES PER
VIRGINIAN, JUNE 2
5I8 S. King it.
10 TO 602 REDUCTION
Main Entrance! Near Hotel 8treet
1140 FORT 8TREET
lias t lie best I lo.nc M.ulc Stead,
Ciriman 1'icUcls and Colfec Cake. Be
utc and iiiir ui 2124.
1129 Rmi Srun r
Hotel 8treet, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
IliaT IN IIIU MAIIK1 I
IILNRY M A Y fc CO.
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B. Lansing, llntrltiutir
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE DEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sella It
MILK and CREAM
Kalmukl Dairy - F. H. Kllby, Prop.
We d( liver frenh Milk nnd Cream
twice dally to all parta of tho eltr
Plume .'IT Hi I' Ilox 2:0
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
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gut the News.
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