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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, AUO. 30, 1902.
MAN'S GARMENTS OF THE NIGHT NO .LONGER ALL HIS OWN
The Favored Sleeping Clothes
ot Tom and Jack Have Been
Adopted by Nell and Bess
and Their Quaintncss and
Beauty arc Thcriby Much
Enhanced They Have
Taken on New Airs and
Graces and Fabrics Hereto
fore Unknown to Them
Have Now Been Fashioned
Into the Nocturnal Trousers
and Jackets. ..
New York, August 10. Ever since
the production of that play In which
the pajama grrl made such a piquant
picture among her whlto lobed BlstcrB,
this quaint style of garment, borrowed
from the East Indian, and hitherto con
sidered as belonging exclusively to
the sterner sex, has found favor with
It seems scarcely crcdlblo that a
pretty woman will forego hose becom
ing frills of laco that are generally
supposed to be an Integral part of
night robes, and choose to wear In
stead the rather trying Oriental cos
tumes. Nevertheless pajumas aic
one of the new fads and from the fact
that one large house Is planning to
offer boeo very pretty and odd styles
of this garment as soon as the autumn
season opens, the conclusion is drawn
that manufacturers, at least, believe
the Idea to be more than ephemeral.
Her Airs and Graces.
Pajamas may appear to be pajamas,
but we are nothing If not original, mid
these simple trousers and Jackets
linve, under our supervision, taken un
to themselves new airs and graces
that are quite consistent with their
All kinds of Oriental fabiics In both
Bill; and cotton arc used for fashion
ing pajamas, and the first ones made
especially lor women were exact cop
ies of those designed for men. Now,
however, there Is no possibility of mis
taking milady's night-wear for that at
her husband or brother.
Instead of fancy frogs and tiny Chi
nese knots for fastening tho coat,
fiont the newest pajama suits display
a row of handsomely chased gold or
Jeweled buttons down the left side.
Theie must be nothing fussy or dis
tinctly feminine, like lace and ribbons,
to mar the simplicity of the garment.
. WOMEN GOLFERS.
Golfers generally will piobably
have noticed that less stress has been
laid upon the recent New York cham
pionship victory, captured by Mrs. 12.
A. Manlce, than was the case last year
when Miss Genevieve Hecker won the
national championship for women.
While the experts admit that the vic
tory won by Mrs. Manlce was thoiougli,
they hesitate when asked if she will
be able to defend her metropolitan ti
tle against Miss Hecker. Hearing so
much of this sort of talk, 1 determined
to Interview several of the well-known
professional trainers and coaches. I
found tbera pretty unanimous upon
one point, and that was that one could
not estimate the golfing nbllltk'8 -of a
woman player with the same nicety
and certainty that the playing
strength of a man could be estimated.
They wy the women are more erratic
and not so sure of repeating In a
game. The women become excited,
annoyed and angry at little tioublox
which the average male expert meets
without losing his temper and foim,
sayB George E. Stackhousu in Leslie's
Weekly. Among those who legularly
bet upon their favorites In tho big
matches I have noticed that as a gen
eral thing the wagers mado upon i..e
women are nearly always small.
As Tea Collar.
If there Is a collar It in a plain little
affair such as might be sven on a man's
suit, but there Is on Improvement no
ticed In this very feature The cus
tomary turnover Is dispensed with
entlicly, and around the neck and con
tinuing down the front of the Jacket is
a flat band of figured madras or flow
ered silk to contrast with the central
lone of the costume.
On the whole, these quaint garni nts
mote nearly rcsemblo regular Chinese
coats than anything else I can think of.
The sleeves, of course, are hot so wide,
but the gencial appearance Is decided
ly suggestive of Celestial attire.
Par Inunlgng there Is no doubt that
pajamas are far more comfortable
than the pretty trailing creations usu
ally affected by the fnlr, but It must
bo ndmitted that not every women
finds the long trousers and short
loose coat becoming to her figure.
Slenderness seems to be essential In
order to make these garmetns look at
all well, and not all femininity are so
Have Muny Advantages.
"ajamas must bo cool to wear or
the p"ople of n tint climate, wlm origi
nated th fashion would certainly tiol
make use of them. There nre really
many advantages In this style of gar
ment, nnd the general Impression Ih
that woratn will eventually adopt
thfin almost altogether, but before
this change in night nttlre takes place
It might be recommended that stout
women g,t into training In order (o
look ltt like foly pols. .
The colois of tho suits arc dainty
In the extreme and It Is not difficult
to umlfr'tr.ml the popularity of this
new garment when you see the deli
cate pliiV'j bluen, and lavenders, as
well ns the oxyulHlto Btrlpes, In which
the tip-to-ilntc young woman may ar
ray ber pretty l( for the ulght.
There are pale hide silks as line and
soft as It is jicsslblo In secure, and
these are trlromedwjth cither white or
n fancy silk so that the suit looks by
no means plain.
A pair ot pink pajama of India silk
was relieved with ornamentation fash-
CREPE DE CHINE GOWN
H. HackfeldA Co., Ltd.
leieral Ceuissioi Ageats.
Csr. Fori and uttn Streets, Honolulu
"5t pr ALL KIND!,
Men In Lumkr and Coal.
Allan A Robinson,
Quern Btreet, Honolulu.
Jas, T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
308 Judd Building.
Teleohone Main 294.
Reception gown of Clel blue crepe. The skirt is done In sots ot tucks,
with tucked flounce having briar stlt ehed hem. Dolero, with cloovv sleeves,
Is worn over blouse of tuc-ktd while enlfton, with putted undersleoves. Me
dallions of white taffeta, edged with narrow lace, darned with narrow
black ribbon velvet, aitt set on top oi flounce, round bolero, collar and
sleeves. Stock, girdle and bows of son, white ribbon, with (Iny black edged
hat ol blue straw, edged lace ruffles, trimmed with white plumes, white
ribbon bow and long ends.
BLOCKING DIVORCE SHARKS
l.nwyeis 111 tho tSlato of Ntw York be printed, published, distributed, or
,s i,,, !.. rnn.in.tlnc what are UlCUiaieii, any circular. piuiim-i
'card, handbill, advertisement, printed
paper, book, newbpaper. or notlcu of
limed of n curlotiH oriental woven fab
rle In solid white.
About the neck there was n collar
effect, and this, as well as the usual
band down the fiont, was made or the
white. A cunning little pocket with
a flap of white trimmed tho left side,
while. thcreKTero turnback pieces on
the sleeves and twiner legs of the
There Is always a fancy tape that
gathers the trniiserB In around the
waist nnd usually this Is flat so as not
to cut Into the flesh nnd make one
Mercerized materials nro excellent
for pnjnmns because they nre soft nnd
thin and wash extremely well.
l'alo blue niereerlied linen trimmed
with tiny Chinese loops nnd Knots of
white makes an dainty nnd simple n
suit as one could desire.
It Is this very Idea of getting away
from elaborate, ornamentation that has
much to do with malting pajama wear
Personally I confess to a deep-rooted
fondness for things gracefully and
daintily feminine, but If there nre ad
vantages to be found In any new nr
tide ot apparel, I am willing to give
It a trial.
Of course the pajama fad may be
very short-lived, but when ou reflect
on the Immense saving In laundryliig
and consider that vou aro spared tho
extra worry about delicate laces being
lorn to shieds by ruthlefs lingers
them seems to be a great many points
In favor of the new fad, nnd pajaniu
wearing begins to appear In the light
of something else than n fleeting no
Hon adopted by a few foolish )oung
Kails aro a characterls'lc of tho
summer glil, and another on- Hint
limy, however, seem u fur ry from
the dlsiiiMlon of this adaptation of In
(llan trousers and coats, but Is. never-
ltholeHx, rnslllg with all the Ikxciiosi
of an epidemic. Is the wearing of shuit
I.UKt yuai charming and rant mil
summer girls uppeareii wim iiiur
shirtwaist and diess sleeves rolled up
to their elbows, anil wi, toulilnt help
appreciating the comfort the.v got out
of the fashion.
However, it took U.4 some time lo
grow accustomed tu seeing ihcse
iiiiii3 women on the sticot in town
with Hun .-.iiultuined arms exposed
Tills eai they have gone lm.t mini'
mei' mode one bitter, and hnve hold
ly cut olf their dress sleeves, nol at
the elbow, but above It.
There are not even little ruffles as
-."i--.v ."v-iv-.'i.-.'v-n! ..-."w-i'v-ri.'-f r
Ilox plaits make a prominent feature
of the latest gowns, nnd promise 10
guln favor for autumn costumes. This
smart gown shows them to idvnntage.
and Is made of voile, in letttuo green,
with bunds of silk In the same shade
nnd cienm guipure lace: but the de
sign suits many materials and mun.v
trimmings. I.lnen with Cluny is both
stylish and serviceable; veiling, bar
ege and the like are M their best when
treated In a similar manner.
The foundation for the waist Is a
fitted lining that closes at the centre
front, but which can be omitted wheu
washable fabrics are used. On it ure
arranged the plain back, the shield
nnd the box-plaited fronts. The buck
Is smooth across ... shoulders and
drawn down In gathers at the waist
lint;, but the fronts droop slightly and
becomingly over tho belt. The
tieeu'H are box plaited from the
shoulders to slightly below the el
bows, then fall In soft puffs -and aie
gathered Into deep cuffs.
The skirt is cut In seven gores that
tla re stvllshl) at the font ami Is luld
in box plaltH that cftcitiuillj conceal
the seams, nnd which are allowed to
fall free at tho lower portion to give
n flounce effect. At the back Is un in
verted plait that is pressed quite flat.
but provides fulness below.
To cut HiIh gown In the medium
size 12 1-2 yurdu of material 21 inehex
wide, 12 1-2 yards 2( Inches wide, oi
7 yuids 14 Inches wide will bo rcqulr
id, with 1 3-4 ynrds of all-over luce
tor collar, shield and cults, nnd 8 1-1
yards of applique to trlu as Illustrat
ed. Tn rut the uulgtt ttlnne I Miriltl
21 Inelies wide. 3 1.5 vnrils 27 Inches!
wide, or 2 yards 44 Inches wide; to
cut the skirt alone, 10 1-4 yards 21
Inches wide, 9 1-1 yards '.'" inches wide
or G 1-2 yuids 44 Inches wide.
ANNIE RU83ELLS ART TASTE.
an extenuation of tho fashion, and the I This Is one occasion when tho stout
sleeves nre finished oft quite plainly woman Is at less of n disadvantage
nro on d the arm, while half the tlmi
these young women wear neither
gloves nor milts.
The revival or this old-fashioned
dicss accessory, Ince mitts, made the
short sleeve possiole, an' It was only
a step from this to going without any
manner of hand covering.
In tho country the new short sleeve
are less remarkable than they are In
town, but this fact does not deter the
lair advocates from following the
Inshlon wherever they like.
Half tne thin blouses dlsplaved In
the shops aro mnde with very abbre
viated sleeves, and frequently the neck
Is cut to correspond. Whatever tho
thin woman Is going to do Is a purzle,
that Is, If she has any desire to keep
pace with the new vogue. Evidently
her characteristics have been lost
sight of entirely, for It would be sim
ply Impossiblo for her to nppear gown
etl niter the milliner of her more pre
than usual. A plump arm may not bo
without beauty, but certainly a scraw
nv feature should bo hidden from view.
New Summer Hati.
There nre some pretty nnu suinniciy
looking hats that nre confections de
signed for this i nine charming young
woman who seeks coolnets nnd at
tiactlveness In her outing wardrobe
These are broad minded Hat hats
made of linen duck or dimity, and
about the low crown is wound a scarf
of liberty silk or a dainty chiffon veil
I'sunlly the scarf Is tied at the back
nnd the long, graceful streamers are
permitted to fnll to tho wnist. Occa
sionally one of these effective con
fections Is mnde without the depend
ing ends, but It Is far from being as
lovely as Its more airy variation.
Almoit nny young woman could
fashion one of these pretty hats for
heiself. for they nre extremely simple
In the first plant tho brim, which Is
Gold or Jeweled Buttons Have
Replaced the Fancy Frogs
or Chinese Knots Rib
bons and Laces and All
Fusscy Fixings Arc Barred
As Being Entirely Too
Feminine for Milady When
She Sleeps Slenderness of
Form Essential If She
Would Lounge In Them In
Privacy Delicate Hues the
Favorite Colors. . ?
CHARMING AUTUMN HAT
Hat of tern straw, with plaiting h or brown chlrfon, edged with yellow
vnlenclennes lace, under the brim, n ml round the crown. Ilrlm overlaid
with autumn tinted foliage and berries. How of brown ribbon ut the
WOMAN'S POLlf ICAL TALK
By DORCAS DUCATS.
My Uncle Joseph said ho'd been in
politics nnd things long enough to
know that my proposal to Interview
the Governor would prove n waste of
time. "Why. Dorcas:" cried ho.
"ou'll fin dlhn Governor won't evn
listen to a woman, when It comes to
That was where I'nile Joe blund- I
eil. man-like; nnd mamma, who h.i I
opposed my whole scheme, now Mid
"Joseph Ducats, how d'.vou know th
Governor wont listen to Donas? I of tin
am sure your brother used to listen pu
tientlv whenever I gave him advi..
which was quite often, I inn assure
you; ami ho was very mmli such n
man as the Governor, n little stub
born, hut quite amenable to ronton.
when things were piopeily put. I've,
no doubt, Dorcas, that the Governor
will treat you kindly, and will be jK.it
uo a metaphor, and havo let the 'mer
ry war wag'' Of course, I hnve lieeij
pained to vvntch the dissension, but I
assure you. Dorcns, you nre clearly
mistaken; I hnve not Inlet fered In n
"That's It, Governor!" I cried, as I
poised ni gloved linger In the air ini
emphasis: "That's Just it: yon have
the riolid parly back of you. ns lliv
first Ki'imbllinii Governor of the Ti
litoiy, but .vou have not backed, an 1
un- not Imii.lng. the Itepubllisin parly
Islands. You nre not In tout n.
ev. n. with the pally leaders: had you
been. Governor, anil had done your full
duty, the ilvhSi'iisloiiH that ha ve. in
the past, disunited the organization,
would have long been healed; ami.
from lour to six Inchon wide. Is made
of two layers of material, the uppr
one put on so that It Is a trifle, narrow
er t.lt around than tho other. Each
circular piece Is daintily hemmed on
the edge, or covered with a tiny fancy
Iletween the two brim Bectlona there
Is a stiffening Hint extends only about
half way tu the circumference, and
this arrangement lends a certain
tirac ei'til drooping effect that la very
incoming to almost nhy youthful face
The crown may bo eltb" r a low'
Mliinrt' i.idiuary one, or It mv present
a loose slid soft appearance. This tea
tur of the creation shows very little
anyway so It Is scarcely worth while
In makt It too elaborate.
Libert) silk or mousstilne tie solo
run be pui chased In a variety of
shinies and n few- yards of this dele
can frabrlc wound softly around tho
tiowii will give this simple little uat
n quaint and pretty air that Is Inde
With thin summer gowns, nnd also
for outing wear, these novel hats are
vers appKipriatc nutl, besides being
light nml.to.il in wear, they hate been
round tu In generally becoming.
n all while canvas or dimity hat !
prettv enough to nceompany almost
am kind of n -uninier frock, wMte the
dotted Hint llguretl ones draped with
tlaik sciilN or Veils are suitable for
gem ral out nr diuir wear.
Italu or fog would ileal this stvlc ot
hint) neat a deathblow, for neither the
inii'iilal nor Hie frame Is designed to
withstand iu h a severe test. On the
'wlinU Ihev uie very perishable con-
i"tlons but with ordinary care the)
can be made to last through the sea-
' -ton ami mat Is surely long enough.
the Territory Is responsible for In
Itepulillcnnlsm of the Islands."
"Well 7" nskctl the Governor, In :v
' Well'" I replied, "after you are In
tones with jour party our party and
the people's party It becomes your
duty toald the leaders with your ex
perience and advice upon all occa
sions, where you think the party's good
demands. All your attvlco, however,
must be entlicly free from thiyo fac
tional Influences, which havo hereto
fore disturbed Republican harmonv.
This, I think. Governor, covers ths
whole case; I am convinced such a
couise, on your part, would soon give
us a solid phalanx of -Republicans
tluoiighout the Islands, directed and
led to victory by n Republican Govern
or endorsed by tho rank and flic of
ns party! I know this Id only a wom
an's advice. Governor; and Undo
.Ine snys we're no good at politics
but 1 believed you'd see, tho point, so
I ve risked the advice there!"
The Governor did not muso this
time, hut leplled promptly: "Dorcas,
tell your Hneltt Joe Iio'b an old fool
1 Inttnd to think over what you've
I walked home Just as fast as I
could: ns I entered the door I said:
".Mamma, you were right. Where'
I nele Joe?" DUItUAB DUCATS.
A bicvele thief was caucht In I.on-
Governor, perfett haiinony. In polltlt), jon Intel); and his theft proved by
generally moans complete victory at
the polls. There, now, I've had my
say, nutl I'll give you a chancti to get
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbtni promptly tuntl U.
H. R. BERTELAUIVS
16 - MOVBD
To rear ot old fund. Katrine o
Klnc strut. Ordtti left at either !
or office at John NoU'f store, Klaf
treet, will receive prompt attention.
known as "dlvoico mills" will have to
oevlse new scnemes in oiuei .o - ffer tu prf)CHro or to M
i-iu mem. a.i. ... """" " "-' in procuring any divorce, or the sev
tember. On and after that date adver- ,, ,,.ll,n,11,nn. llP annulment of
lisinginaiaiavvjei u.u.i.b ,. .f. ., mnrrlace. or offering to engage.
appear or net as uttorney or counsel
!n any suit for nlimon) or divone or
the severance, dissolution or annul
to hear your views on the sltiintlo.i. ' .anry with mo but I've told ou the
Goodness! Dorcas!" orletl Uncio truth, even though your closest friends
Joe. "lust week I had hopes of yourjhave railed In their duty!"
juceesn; now you've kicked nil over, The Governor sat nnd mused, nnd,
like a bucket of milk. Well, Its un ns he drummed upon the edge of Mi
old saving, among men, that two worn- table, he looked afar, spaceward. As
ot divorce woik will come unuei tne
ban of the I'enal Code, and will be
'.punishable as a misdemeanor by a
fine or lmpilsonmeni, or uoin. r
Many of tne suns lor uivotce, scpur- elsewhere. Is kuIHj of a mis-
allons and alimony which clog the ().meanori
talendaisol the couits aie attributed Thls t Ena t , , t)C
to the Indusliy of a ceilaln class or ,,rlntng r publishing of any notice
lawyers, who advcitlsu thioughout tb or aUvertlBemonl rt.aulred or author-
country uiai iney ran i . llt(, by any law of (nl8 8(ate
COTTON BROS. CO.
ENGINEERS AND !
Piidi tadutlailM lumlilwit lot ill climt
Tel. Main 2.
ROOM SOP BOSTON PLK. Honolullt
ARE YOU DEAF??
Ktit kind of drrn and tllfllcult Utav
twig ran l rfartMl hy our now Invention) jmlr
thi bttrlnc tn l-om tiwf are tncurabt. MHc
In ihrarreaent mi, heniipau!eiribou
rr oas. OnnnlUitkn and ada Irre. Krr
tB can cure binuelf at till own faouo ai vtr)
DIR. OAlTOnH AURAt CllttIC,
MLusiirAvenVKk ciilCADO. W.L.. U.tf.A.
chenly. quickly and quietly.
In many Instances it is lielleved mat
the'alluring phraseology or the adver
tisements leads persons to lush to the
lawyeis with tales or maiital woe and
the hitter, bent only on collecting, the
juospectlve ree, undeitnke to procure
invoices or sepal atlons. Several at
tempts have been made by reputable
inembeis or tho liar and bv the Judges
or tint rouits to put a slop to the meth
ods ot these lawyers, but It was not
until this year that a bill was passed
and bif,ned by the Governor, making
i a misdemeanor to advertise for
Ibis t lass ol work,
i he law Is chapter -'03 of the Laws
ot 1&02. The text of tho mt-06ure Is
"The l'eual Codo Is heioby amended
b Inserting therein u uew stctlon to
be mimbcit'd J48A, to read as follows.
"HbA. Adveitlslng to Procure Dl
voiies. Whocvr prints, publishes,
distributes, or cliculates, or cuuses to
Annie Russell Is a great admirer of
tilt' work of Japanese artists, Hhe
has a very fine old panel by Hokusi.
which by great good luck she was able
to si-euro at a sale in California. The
panel Is soft In tone with uge us well
as with the delicacy of the fine work
nt of any marriage, either In this lof '. Jlii " f and only lure
' fiM.I lhar., ! It lirl..1iti.n..,l lib I tlnv
w.i t.tvtu .a . i(((bt.(vu. . .- .. .
bit ot vivid red Intioduced with n skill
which Is peculiarly Japanese, says the
"That Is what I want my nit to be
like. That Is what I am striving for,"
Miss Russell says, as site looks at the
fine panel with an expression of some
thing like rnplure on her face. "1
want It to have, delicacy and accuracy
with Just that bit or vivid coloring
en Iq politics aro equal to one inor.
And ho sneered, as hi) reached for his
hat, and went over to tho Hotel to
read the papers. !
It was 10 o'clock before I entered
the Capitol; as I climbed the stairs I
remembered that the Incentive Coun
cil was dismissed for tint present, nmt
I knew I would likely be uninterrupted
during my visit.
Now, Governor, I snld, as he po-
I waited, I thought of tho hostry of the
tnble upon which ho drummed; then
I remembered scveinl bon mots, I had
hcnul, about that plcco of furnltura
and the Co unci I h which hnd sat around
It. I dared not recall them too vividly,
however, for fear I would dlstrai t uiv
attention fiom the subject In linn I.
Presently tho Governor tournvd wlt'i
a smile and said:
"No, Doicaa, 1 could not be nugry
the meter registering the exact dis
tance oetween the places from which
the bicycle was stolen and that where
It was found in his possession.
Section 2. This act shall tuke of-
lect September 1, 1902."
Several of tho lawyers who adver
t;so "divorce business n special!) In ;
the city of Now orl; offer to procuri1
release from matrimonial infecillty in
tin tho right phut In nive It life." Miss
nny atnio in mo union, jntt new iiiw
prohibits these aitnouiirc incnts as
Russell is accumulating different
things Japanese to furnish his own
particular dt.u or study. Hl.e has a
lumber or Japanese prints, some of
tin in very uld, b different niilsts,
Iltely led nit; to n chair at the famous with )iu do not think thatbut I do
round table, "I have Just dropped In to 'not bellnvo you clearly understand tho
havu a chat about the political sllun-1 question. I was nppolnted by na
tion, and, especially, about tint .sll'iu- IPiesldent to be Governor of the Terr!
Hon of the Republican Party, which Is 'tory, to conservo the whole Interims
now being rounded up for the turn- or the lsluiuls. It seems to mo thut
pnlgn." politics have nothing to do with It."
The Governor looked nt mo serloui- If that view Is correct, Governor,"
ly for a minute nnd then replied: I .laltl, "woudln't It have, donu Just .is
"Well, .Miss Dorcas, I'm glad to invit jwell, If the Picsident had uppolnted n
you call; but really, when I rend your jDemociat, or- u Homo Ruler, to tho
chuff In Thu llulletln, I thought It wa .office? -They, too, would have con
only a Joke. 1 had Intended to ask ! served the Interests of the Territ try
your Uncle Joe about It, but I have.i't I wouldn't limy? I'm thinking, Gov
Imppened to nvta htm since." lernor, politics hud u good dcnl to do
".No. Governor, I Bald, "I'm really vvun jour appointment; the people
in I'arniiBt. You see It's this way. Th 1 1 recognize thlB, nnd aro expecting somu
Republican Party Is getting Into slapo jgood, earnest political work from you
fur a pretty stiff light, at the coming tho head of the Republicans In Ha-i-1'.i'tluiis,
and will need all the bad,. ; wall to make tho patty successful 'ti
Iiik available. You know, Governor, ti't lutiuo. lliey see quite, clearly It Ih
CREDIT uuf jwlth so.nu J.ipaiu f, lirocitdes, and Is JHmi in tho past vve'vo been somewhat tyour npatli) in the past that has limit
Well," said the shade of Captain gradually ntiiilHlilin, photographs uuai.it fies an dsevens In the parly. Now i en tnu lotai siitccas oi inn party
Kldd to tho shade of Noah, "you need- bouvenlrs iniin lier own private rooms. ui going to speak plainly:
n't bo so nifty about not associating
with njp. Why. If 1 remember correct
ly you were tint original man to scour
tho sea, and If ll hadn't been foryou,
tellow's in my line of business would
never have oslstt d."
"That's so," ngrced Noah, unbend
ing a trifle, "and I believe I hae nev
er been given duo credit for making slclun sas I need ubnolutu res!
tho meat trust possible, Ilnltlmoro
American. .The Bulletin, 75 eente pec irmntlr
Tho "Hut our pioposal, Dortas," cried
It Is tho restfiilni.sn ol tho Japanceu ..-huh. of political cioHB-purposes thai the Governor. "Inslsls upon my becom
art, she nays, whlth upiei,ls tu her. has o dlrabled the patty In the past. iug a ponticiau1
- -- it,, partly at your door; and a niujor-, '"Nut al all'" I exilaliued. b I awn
lt oi .no part) ngreo with m) vl-w. 'Ucil tu lint rsci that in) argument v,.
Hint jou aro n responsible tailor eflbi'liig ettective "Not at nil, aocrn
Hut ."ItiiHllon." I1""! uelilier the party or Its lenders e.x
"(liMtlni-SM, Dorcas! How you jur-Pi't you to do politics! tho boys will
prldt. me! Why, my dear girl, I attend to that; but what they expect
n,io.'l Interfered; I haven't opened .and insist upon Is, that )ou put your-
my mouth in politics; I've kept strict
ly, within my onlclal ebell. It I may
If you don't fuy these lots you'll
mite It, became you will mlsa doubling
your money In one year or lei. Prices
bed-rock. Finest, coolest and health
iest location In Honolulu, right on
King St. below Walklkl Turn, on lint
oi Rapid Tranilt, seven minutes'
tralght run to Fort at. Will build
houiei from $700 up and guarantee
renters for thle price, $25.00.
Call and tee I
W. M. CAMPBELL
it hit office on premltet or my tpe
:lal agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
PING PONG HABIT.
Mr?. Ilitudotii--WUl you saw some
I'Vaytd FiirIii Horry, mum, but I've
got the plug pong wrist nnd mo phy
self In touch with them, and keop
there, as thoy feel tho whole party of
ws niaAO nnii niMV lout
DrSilvcrorc. No worthier ilckrta.
and wn tnalllnatroctlniM. IMimon!
al and icod Fill a a tWuitejalr N
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