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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY. OCT. 7, 190ft.
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuiinu nud Puualil Sts. Cnll up
phono CP7 l( jou want a cook,
good boy or servants.
M. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of
fice Ahipal St., near lleietnnln.
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
mid Organ. 14C2 Hmnm. 4408-lm
M( UULl t-.TIN AUb PAY "B
For Watanae, Walalua, Knhuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. ru., 3:20 p. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 1 7:30 a. m., 9:1C a, m.,
11:06 a. m, 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. m.
5:15 p. m., 19:30 p. in., 111:00 p. m
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu rrom Kahnku,
Walalua and Walanae 8:38 a. m..
.,6:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Milt
and Pearl City $7:40 a. m., 8:36
a. m., 10:38 a. in , 1:40 p. m., 4:3I
p m., 5:31 p. m, 7:30 p. m.
Arrive' Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:38 a. m. and 5:il p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. in. The Limited
tope only at Pearl City and Walanae
O. P. DKN1SON. K. C. flMlTH.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frazier
ihone 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled w
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawalo. Telephone 528.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. HoxUalo.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF AIL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBE1.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
fiueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbere
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUFEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California nid
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62-
a Alexander louug iiuiiaing.
fee Sins; Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns arc beautiful in every
respect, mid the prices are within
reach of eveiyone.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property! lit.
nated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der anil connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lHit and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
property at Hauola and other prop
erty. FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
Curios, Sisal leis, Calabashes, eto.
Hotel, near Fort.
Roses. Carnations and other Cut
MRS. E. M. TAY10R
The Honolulu Florist.
Young Building. Tel. 330.
Kin; Street. Ewa of Fishraarket.
DRY O00DS AND FURNISHING
GOODS or EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAR
W. C. 3EKUIN, Proprietor.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
LUNCHES and DRINXI
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St, near Fort
lack Scully. Tack Roberts
185 editorial rooms 250 nusi
nets office. These are the telephone
pumbera of the Bulletin office.
Novelized From Eugene
Walter'a Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
CopyrUhl. 1908, by C. W. Dilllnihim C
"Sit down, nprain,n 13 v lied Hraran.
motioning him to n chair.'
Tlmnks," he said. "Where's your
"He's Just gone out. He'll be back
to a little while. Jlmsy has been tell
Ins it about your eventful trip."
He echoed the words vvlth n bewil
Smith pushed his chair back so that
Mrs. Ilrooks could not see him without
turning In bis direction and, unob
served by her, motioned warning sig
nals to his employer, who did not un
"Spinning a yarn about that little
revolution down at Guatemala," be
"i:ii? Guatemala oil. yes-the rer
olutlon very hloody affair very se
rlous," replied Will la tin. who had and
den'v realized thut he was expected to
cot ilrm n story that Smith bad found
It Npcdlent to relate to Mrs. Ilrooks.
1 1 liny unld there wasn't a shot
I - d," she told htm.
Smith. Keelng that the captain under
stoml, drew bis chair forward.
"Km nni, don't you let tbe captain Oil
ou full of yarns. He can lie faster
than 1 can," be laughed.
"No," protested Williams; "there
ain't nothing can beat you. Smith.
Well. Mrs. Brooks, how bare you
"Splendid. When did you get In?"
"When did I get In? Let mo see.
Smith, when did I get In?"
"You look as If you had Just got,"
suggested tbe superintendent
"Today-yes. nut what time? I
should nay at 10. maybe 11 o'clock."
"That's probably why Joe hasn't
seen you." observed Emma. "He's
Just taken- mother and Ueth as far aa
the theater. I dou't know what keeps
him. lie should lie bai-k before this."
"I guess be ulu't run awiiy," opined
tho captain, with a suspicion of grim
ties', "I'll wait"
"You know, Cinmn. that's one of the
best things the captain does," said
"Waiting. When It comes to patience
and persistency bo's got most Indians
beat a dozen city blocks,"
"Don't you mind what Smith says.
Mrs. Ilrooks," grinned tbe captain.
"Tbe years he's been working for me
he never showed any special signs of
hurry or nervousness. How's your
"Fairly well. I think be seems a lit
tle worried over business."
That sol What's the matter?"
"You sec. In his new position be feels
Williams looked surprised.
"lias ho any special new responsibil
ity?" be asked, bis eyes wandering In
quiringly to Smith, who did some more
wnrnlng signaling unobserved by their
"Well, since you raised bis salary,
captain, aud gave blm his extra work
naturally bo's nnxlous to niuko gooJ,"
agalu prompted tho superintendent.
"Anxious to make good? Welt, bo'll
have a chance, and soon at that."
Mrs. Ilrooks rose, band outstretched,
and went to blm, with a bappy, grate
"Now thst It's oat I want to tbank
you ev cr so much," she said.
"Yea, for Joo's raise and that six
months' b'ick pay."
"He toldou that?"
"Sure he did." put In Smith.
"Ho has forbidden me to speak of It
to cither jou or Jlmsy," Umuin told
blm, "hut slnco you mnve mentioned
It first I can tlianl: you. can't I V"
He did uot return a direct answer,
but rubbed his chin dubiously as be
"So I raised bis pay, cb? And dated
It bulk six mouths?"
"Of course you did," asseverated
Smith with emphasis. "Don't let blm
foul you. Dnmn."
"Ynu don't know how happy It's
itiuilc us all," went on Mrs. Brooks
i:riili'fiilly. "1 feel llko a new woman,
uiul mother appreciates It."
"Well, seems that I dono all these
He stopped abruptly as the door
opened ntid his eyes rested on Ilrooks.
The lattcr's under Jaw dropped, und
be turned Hi Id with fear at the unex
pected prcscuco of the captain. Ho
was. In fact, so startled thut ho nearly
"C'u-cnptaln Williams!" he stammer
ed, udvanclug tremblingly toward tilui.
"W-vvlll you shake hands, captain?"
"Sure!" replied Williams In a arm
voice. ''How ure you, Ilrooks?"
"I I'm all right, I guess."
"You know, Joe, you told me not to
thank tho captain. Hut he brought It
uji theraUo aud tho money," said his
wife, still full of the subject and her
"No. I did, Joe." corrected Binlth.
"You i.ce. the enptulu feels"
Ilrooks turned upon them, snarling
like n wolf ut bjy.
"What ore jou trjlng to do iiinLc
fuu at mti Dpu'j ipg thluk that's It"
"hlow, Ilrooks," Interrupted (lie chp
talu authoritatively, "jou sure lire nerv
ous. Your wife him Just beu telling
me how shv enjoys jour new In
.Mrs. Ilrooks, startled and alarmrd.
gazed at her htisb.iud.
Why, Joe, are you sick?" she de
No, no! Mnjbe It's the heat" he
replied weakly, passing his tongue
over bis dried lips.
'Ihere was a moment of general em
barrassment, during which Captain
Williams took stock of tbe room.
"You are tlxed up mighty snug here.
Mrs. Ilrooks," be commented, lirenl.liu'
the awkward silence.
'Yes, It Is pleasant." she answered.
now seriously worried.
Williams rose. "Well, I must go."
'Do you want me to go with jou?"
'No; tomorrow morning will do (o
see you. You Know my lonely little
quarters ain't giuri-'u half n block from
here, and I like lo Intiig out lliete."
"The enptulu." ndded Smith, "lives
In a little south sen Island nook moved
"A nxlmu to make yood t WtlU he'll halt
Into his flat He keeps It so dirty that
some say It's attractive."
"That's what you get for being a
bachelor," laughed Williams.
tic moved toward the door, and tbe
"I'm glad to see you so happy. Mrs
Ilrooks," he observed, pausing and
looking about him again.
"Thank you," said she.
"I never did know before what a
little money" meant to a woman."
"Perhaps Unit's because you don't
"Oh. I know women-one kind, any
way. Hut Ilrooks Is lucky In having
u girl like you for a wlfa."
"Cninia, he's glv lug you n little south
Pitcltlc blarney." put In Jlmsy.
"Mnjbe I iiiii mid maybe I'm not,"
said the enptulu "Hut." he continued
vuipbatlrally. "It's n sure thing that If
I hod a girl like jou I'd knuckle down
and our n enough money to make you
happy vb, Ilrooks?"
"I suppose that's what you'd do," as
sented thill Individual.
"Yes. I'd work pretty hard without
kicking to please jou, Mrs. Brooks, It
you looked to mo to make good (or
Emms," declared Smith, with bis
nulet stiille. "If vou were sniffle I'd
suspect cuptulu of getting a little soft,"
Uut I'd tain tbe money," went on
the cuptulu. pursuing bis truln of
thought. "That's tho only way to get
along. Well, I'll say good night, Mrs
"Good ulght, captain. Thank jou
"Good night. Smith."
"I may drop over later," remarked
tbe superintendent by nay of reply,
"Wish you would." the captain assur
ed blm with some eagerness.
"I'd like to smoke a pipe and talk
awhile. Good nlgbt. Brooks."
"Good night, sir."
Urooks went forward and opened the
"Try to get down to tbe office by 8
In tbo morning," recommended the
captain, guxlng at blm with' sinister
"There'll be some gentlemen there
who may be anxious to meet you,"
"I'll be there."
"Didn't know but what you might
oversleep now that you'ro so prosper
ous. Good night"
Ilrooks sbut tbo door and stood lean
ing ngulnst It, clutching the handle for
support. The muscles of Ills faco wcro
twitching, and he gazed with fright
ened, haunted eyes from his wife to
"Ilave yon told ber, Jlmsy?" be de
manded. Smith raised his band In protest
"No, Joe; It ain't tbe right time yet
"Why Isn't It the right time? I'm
trapped, and Williams"
"Joe, seo here," he expostulated;
"jou can't talk."
"What Is It? What do you mean?"
demanded Mrs. Ilrooks. very pale.
Smith still sought to spare bcr, to
keep the dreadful truth from her.
"There's Just been a little trouble,
r.uiinu," be said evasively. "Joe hero
Is all worked up excited."
"I'll tell jou what happened I" cried
her husband In n choking voice, stag
gering to the table. "You think I got
a raise. I didn't You think that man
Williams .sum mtlj. tuvaths' Uuok
Feel "All In?"
More than likely you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Bowels to become weak
and inactive, and if such is
the case, you ought to take a
You'll find it just the medi
cine vou've been needing. It
will tone and strengthen the
"inner man" and prevent
Sick Headache, Billiousness,
Kidney Troubles, Dvspepsia,
Indigestion and Malaria.
lir Bale by llcnson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Hnlllstcr Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co , Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
PJJ. iv imiu't. All tills umiiey'j ou v e
been living on nil of It I stole. I took
It from the company! Williams trap
ped me. Ho wanted me to steal. Now
he knows now be knows, and l'ui
He fell Into a chair and doubled for
ward, burylug his face In bis hands.
Tor oiuc Smith was at a loss what
Mrs. Ilrooks. paler than ever, stood
rigid, ns though turned to stoue, star
ing at her husband.
"You mean," she articulated In low,
slow tones, "you mean that jou"
"I'm n thief," he moaned brokenly
without raising bis bend "They know
It Detectives are downstairs watch
ingwatching. Tomorrow tomorrow
-I'll be hi Jail."
Another long, awkward silence en
sued. Smith ended It.
"You sec, Uinmu. Joe hero ain't so
much to blame. Ho"
"And you didn't let me know?"
There was cold reproach lu her voice
and lu her gaze.
"It wasn't time," explained Jlmsy
uneasily. "There's a chance things can
be squarod-thcre's still a chance."
"Still, you didn't let tnc know?"
"The thing to do Is to sit down quiet
ly nnd talk this over. To begin with"
"No. Jlmsy. Please go home. 11
want to be with Joe aloue."
Smith took up his bat reluctantly
nnd prepared to depart.
"Just as you say, Emma Just as you
say," be said. "I'll do all I can to:
nlgbt and let you know. Maybe It'll
bo all right
"I know, Jlmsy. Good nlgbt"
Oil a long tlmo Mrs. Brooks
stood gazing In slleuce at ber
husband, her heart rent wltb
conflicting emotions. Her hap
piness of the past few months, then,
bad been built upon tbo precnrlous
foundation of peculation. Ob, the hor
ror! Oh. tbo shame of Itl On the
verv morrow the namo she boro would
W held up lo disgrace and derision.
He would be cast Into prison. Tbe
misery of their struggles with poverty
was as nothing compared with that of
their sudden downfall.
Numbed though her heart was with
the shock, shrunk by the terror of
their ghastly position. It wns jet not
Impervious to pity, and the hopeless
wretchedness of ber husband Inspired
It She thought of how be had lavish
ed his stealings upon her, how be np
IK'iired lo be moved by the one .desire
to iiuike her comfortablo nnd happy.
She went to blm and put her band
on bin beud. smoothing bis balr.
"Oh. Joe! Oh. my boyl" she said
brokenly. "How could jou do It?"
Didn't jou know sooner or later you'd
be found out? Now I know w by you've
been Interested In tho races jou've
been betting ou tbe horses."
"1-1 wanted to get the money back,"
"Hut didn't you know you couldn't?
Oh. why didn't you Iravo things as
they were tbo flat, the strugglo and
nil that? Why did you bring me hero
and show mo all this this happiness
with money that you stole?"
Ills sobbing ceased,, and ho pushed
her away and rose.
"That's right You call me a tblcft
If there was one person In the world I
thought I could turn to It's you, and
jou turn ou mo."
"Joe, you mustn't say that. I haven't
turned ou you. Only I can't help but
"Wbat? That man Williams drovo
me to taking money,"
"Yes, be did. no went away ao I
could take It. I expected you to stand
by me. Do you know the bole I'm In?
There ore three central otllce men
downstairs watching. If I make a
move I'll be nabbed. It's all very well
for jou lo stop and preach-you alwuys
wcro so d d saintly but what of
me? That's the questtou w bat of
He thumped his breast violently.
She drew buck, hurt by his re
proiu'hes. "If I thought jou were jourself I'd
never forgive jnu for sajlug that to
inoj'.she de lured
(To be Continued.)
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Lady or Kciitlcinnn with $5,000 ns
client partner for n conservative
business Capital guaranteed by
leal estate. l.lheinl returns ns
Killed. I 'or particulars apply P.
U. It Sttniich, Atlorney-itt-I.aw,
second-hand I'nilcruootl or Rem
ington typewriter; must bo In
good condition nnd Uic.ip for
cash. I'mleruood preferred. Ad
dress I). II P, Kvcnlng llultetln.
Wnntid to Kent -House on good
sized kit; piefer one with option
of bluing nt first of Jenr on rea
sonable terms. Address C T. V .
. llillletlu iifliix. 4 431-Ut
Second-hand hnlr-g.tlm mince meat
Jars. Will pay K.c each. The
Jam Factory, 184 Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at the Uulletln of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japanete Prlvato Cook lag School
amines or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzlc, 1407 Auld
Lane. Phono 1C64.
Wnltliam watch, between Judiciary
building nnd Port St. Hctiirn to
this otfico nnd receive reward.
Mine. Lambert from I'.irls will open
this month n nrhool for joung la
dles who desire tu know how tn
ninke their own dresses. Harri
son Illock. llvretaiita and Tort.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
. Tel. 890.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Rebuilt typewriters just as (rood
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
A full assortment, sizes 24"x00'
to 48 x 120", and gauges No. 16 to
No. KB lust to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Kit St.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachs'.
Um Biff i for uoo.laral
ItHiEmiCHiot lCaof,;";ou, """
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1IHI1SS, Bll4 UVI MHIW
gvnt or polsxinoui.
Mold b lirurtUU.,
CUculu nni da naoctf
& exooiTio .JH
Perns Australian tnd other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
nnd stephniills plnnts. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Kort
street, near Vienna Ilakcry
Furnished front loom; 10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for ono person, i
per month, nt lod.l N'uunnu St.
Itoom nnd biunl In private family,
MiiklM DlstrUt, for two gentle
men or couple. Address S , Uul
letln otllce. 44kU-tt
Two furnished rooms, modern; npp.
Itojnl Hawaiian Hotel; single or
en suite, good ticighboihood. Tel.
Large furnished rooms for Indies,
with or without board. Mrs. K. D.
Wlcke, 1245 lleretnnla Ave.
furnished cottage nnd hoiisekreptni;
rooms. Cottage Grove. Tel 108".
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Real E stale
Near Country Club; 11
acres', 8 rooms; mod
ern; a beautiful coun
try home ?9,000.00
Near McKinley HiRh T
School; 11 rooms;
bath; electric lights;
servants' quarters: lot
80x295; cost $10,000. 7,000.00
An Ideal beach Lot
At Diamond Head; HOx
200; near car line; a
Buy a Home
On Kinau St., near Pen
sacola ; ten rooms ;
bath. Lot 75x150... 4,250.00
7 acres; good house, Kn.
lihl Valley 3,100.00
What's the Use
Of paying rent! Buy n
home on Lunalilo St.;
5 rooms; easy terms. . 2,500.00
A beautiful bungalow, ""
Kuakina St. :7 rooms
and bath; lot 50-150. 2,750.00
Paying rent and buy a
home just off Liliha
St.; 7 rooms and bath 1,050.00
6 rooms; easy terms.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52.
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