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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T !! , T.UESDAY. SEPT. 13. 1910.
"One-Third Your Life Is Spent In Bed "
lo naturally it behoove ui to rIvc some Attention to the fittings of our bedroom, i To rtwnkcn in a
cliesry, cosy bedroom gives one n feeling of happiness nnd petfett content iind 'helps to start the day
right, and it costs bnt little to accomplish this it is money well spent. '
METAL BEDS are in most demand these days of which wc are showing a very comprehen
sive line in single, three-quarter and full sizes, from the plain light tube beds at$4.50 up to the mas
live two inch posters at $50, with or without brass trimmings, in scroll effects, or those with per
fectly plain lines, devoid of all ornamentation, known as the chillcsj; while ivory and Vcrnis Martin
and the popular finish, for those who would like a little more coloring, we have the mahogany, pink,
green and combinations.
Perhaps you arc tired of the metal beds. If so, we have a nice line of BRASS BEDS, in straight
posts and bent pillar effects, in round or square tubing, in satin or bright finish, from $34 to $100.
Or your fancy may run to WOOD BEDS say a genuine mahogany with its rich red grain, in
Napoleon or Colonial designs, at $40 to $60; or the plain styles in quartered oak and birdscyc, at $27
Our showing of BUREAUS is unsurpassed. Such a variety of designs and different woods
and finishes is seldom shown in a community of this size. ,
The soft-toned birdscyc in natural' finish is quite the vogu,c, and deservedly so. What could 'be
more appropriate for the young lady's room or the guest chamber T Nothing cooler and cleaner look
ing, and at prices to suit all $30 to $93. .. '
Then there is the genuine mahogany, that for richness of color and beauty pf grpin wc must look
to when more elaborate furnishing is considered. In this we are showing!1 sonic hcautifu reproduc
tions of the earlier periods, from $45 to $100. '
In oak we havo the largest showing, both plain and quartcrsawtd, in golder and -fumed, fini
every conceivable design in plain or shaped fronts; and oval, square or sloped' 'mirrors, i Solid j
dressers, $18 to $08; imitation golden oak as cheap as $12.75. ) '
Maybe you lack closet room. Then one of our chiffoniers will be just the thing. All sizes
from 28 inches to 42 incites in width, with and without minors, in mahogany, birdscye, quartered
oak, golden or fumed finish, plain arid imitation oak in golden finish, some to match the bureaus and
some odd. ?res from $D to $75.
To sum it all Up, we are justly proud of our assortment of bedroom furniture and its reason
ableness, and we want to show it 4o you. It will give us pleasure to do so.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR THIS WEEK
Complete bedroom outfit, comprising 1 solid oak dresser, 1 washstand, 1, table, 1
sale price this week.
strajghlicualr.;;roclur,, golden finish: 1 white enamel metal bed, I woven wirq spring, 1
excelsior Mattress, l patrol pillows. Regular "price, 33!' special sal
. .ti'MiiniB ctnnrc matvt to nnnvn Jl
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Short Stories For Evening Hours J.
ROSES. ' - '..
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t To tho surprUc u( ninny of tio land, was In command. The, problem
men of this post, un order ame last
Wednesday afternoon (or tho battal
ion to make preparations or a. tlireq
ii,iy hike to tho viiinlv of Ppqrl City.
T lie order read that I-" Q and 11 turn
panics ntfuld leave the post Tlur
dav morillns In full field equipment,
cntrcnOilni; tools ami elgna) llaeo to
,bc carried. Wugoiig wcro loaded and
.cvcrjtliliiK Vmia uiude icady or an
Left the Post.
l'rumptly at 8 o'clock Tliunxla!
and riftfcr t'JOmri;iiylutliretciea
the flag, llndei-tliu coinmand of,, Can
tuln' Chapman, post aiuuiuundcr, e
battalion! left the. post, H, Cympauy,
G ConipaUyntiil.iK-Comnany, reineo
tlvclj'. Tho strength of tho com-
was that Company G should leave
the camp, uctlng as enemy, and try
to capture It. Companies 1 unci II
were left behind to guard and If pos
sible to pictcnt tho enemy from en
tering. Oyer Fish Dikes..
After maneuvering around, up this
road and down that, for boiuo thirty
minutes, G Company finally arrived
over the bay and directly opposite
thefJlsh dikes. These dlkcB wcro
IliOm ijfloclj; ii'iellfirKH nmliwmo
smaVSnTOuV iKrftrrcr-ilinfcl?if tii
ylllk In tho Uark', biit aLor trials
anu inuuiaiions me tompuny taiucu
oh"iU'1' land not far fipm H19 place
wheio thtichargo 011 tho camp was
to lid Wade. Silence, the secret of
success in thin case, & kcpt,.und
after VreepliiB ulong sotno two hun-
maiid -was-aboitt one hundred and' ucr icrecpniB uiong sotno two nun
iw.nii.m. iin m.nru ..,uV.Mt lfed yTd tho command ..!"T tho
were Captain Chapman. Captain "W", wu 8vn and P iCoiupany1
Mcurns, Ueutcnant Cljllton and "l"1 ""i'"y ' -"u. i
Llcutenant llowen. Lieutenant Smith tro1' Buunl anA ke,,tr'r wcro ot n0
of the Hospital Corps accompanied "VH"' Ior u,e ""') company en
the battalion tr, sumilv the necessary' lcr,;J tuml' fiom a plont lenat expect
medical attention. The lieutenant cd' IciUcnant Chilton deserves
took with him I'rhatc Tarro of the mach cre(llt for 1,ls aWiiy '" tttctll-B
corps to usslst hlni.
Mascot Heads the Column,
During tho entire trip to and from
1'e.irl Clt, Kahana, the battalion
of this sort.
Too Much Bain.
Iliurnlay night "Knthor Damp
ncss" came down In the form of rain,
wall tdtiw tt'iurrcuifv fbr'tlio'maneu
crs which arc to tuke place.
New Change. - -.
I'rlvntsa J esse Nickels, Coiraian
K; Harney Oikloj, Cyiupany 1'; (flaui
l'liiiiiiuer, Company 0. mid lVanlj
Miller, Company II, who wcro dptull.
cd nil extra duty and ordered to
stand nil calls, have been excused
from nil calls per Order No. 97.
Special Duty. 1
I'rhatc .MtGeo of Company V, who
has been on oxtru duty in tho quar
termaster's department for tho paBt
fow mouths, lias been relieved, and
I'rlwito Tom Tajler of Company 11
Is detailed in the capacity of teamster.
mas ot, hcuded the column, Ills feet ""'1 the remainder of the night, Trl
never seem tu glvo out, for ho was tlaj nnd Krldnj night the rain camo,
lust ns fresh roturnlng us when the ' uown 111 torrents nuiik taiigue was
battalion sturtcd on tho hike,
Hiking up u dusty road, through
cane fields, over hlls and through
alleys, under the tropical sun, is
not what It Is said to be, but uftur
marching nearly four, liryirs the but.
tullnu urrlved and pitched camp 'out
on the Peninsula, about u mile 'past
I'carl City, ut tl.tp a. m. After
coined ie( and toni'aiiA'3, jiljo nftof
noonlwas given ovc'r'to1lhv,soldles
for their own pleusuro '
I'linn tho omi of tho I'enlnsulu 0110
can lxik across the hay, a nil (or
miles uwuy In, (he dlstamu cun bo
seen I'earl llurhor, tlio growiiig lit).
It fon- this bay that the soldiers
took their dip. A line wharf nut
f I out Ilia jund uffords un ample place
fur diving, anil not limit after thu ur
livsl III lamp even soMU'i was luk
M8 a wll-vsulur bath
M rHwi 'llmiMUy iimlit tliunieii
m gHii liittniHilmis md tu iwvn
Ibf ilr VlHnll)' "if Hid (Miup, uii'l
el T irtliH 11 dMiHNiiy mi in nii
QkJ Wi uml rill Uvumiwiil
the order fm I'rlday, and l'rlday
night the entire three companies
slept in the dancing pavilion Tho
"dog tents" lost their popularity for
tho tluiBjiclug", Jiutlltwns soon ills
covered that sleeping under thu can
Va'tf wus much more pleusojit than
the hard wood lloor tho duuclng hall
provided. ' '
Return Home. ,
rjTftilV battallci.broko cuuip ut,8.10
li'in, (J'lie jaliciaij ccnLii for jl (few
There Is Nothing
for.our customers. That's why
we use Vclox in our Finishing
Department. It is the highest
quality, highest priced paper
ue can buy.
We give the best possible fin
ish from every negative.
rThcsc are good reasons for
having your developing and
priniin done by us.
Photo Supply .Co
vF0RT, BELOW HOTEL
moments, aljd tno liicn niudu the rolls
and loaded them unto tho wagons.
Tho roads wore wet and muddy, but
thu battalion, being In light match
lug onlur, did not uotlto It, and alt
er two rests arrived ut Mouualliu
Turk Tho lieav) lulus (iiuted thu
neek In thu park In hn IIimmIoiI, mid
thu men weio niilered in ford It Ho
pear homo It was 1111 hard Joh o
nun a sin am ( una kinu. umi jut
HI II 11 1 link the pout was leuihinl.
Allei a 1 in lew Id l'aitnlli Chupiiuii
His iiiinmiilua wuiii isiisv and
H111 111 mi HidiimI fur H iHMily illnuiii
nf IUtill U M iuiiihm I kin )imii
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Young Hotel Building
(1slUHli itK l4J sW ItiiMlliUH 111 IWI Mmflvr I'HMINH I lfl
FILMS AND CAMERAS
(l)ull 1 Wqw Rt, II11
UNION II A )l ) y, II 8 ) 0 V
'I'd like to know one thing," slid
the gill, settling hciseH comfortably
after the joiiiik man came to call.
"I'd llko ti) know how man) peoplo
In this town nrc capable of acting
ns silly ns t did toda)." I
"I might ho nblc to tell jou up
proxlmiitel) If ou would gho inf. n
little moic Informntloii," said tho
)ouiig man. "Still, before )ou be-.
iwi tt ... .n..fi.i..li.n I..B, .in... T'
ISUII UUI Hiiiiitfiuii juo nun .
didn't tuppn )ou were cnpnbto of
doing un) thing sill)."
"Why, how nice of )ou to say
that!" ictiirned lh girl.
"Proceed with th'o terrible de
tails," said the )ouug man.
"Well," related tho girl, "my
Aunt Isabel wrote that ho bon
George til) louslu, jou know "
"Cousin, cousin," mused tho)oung
man, Interrupting her. "cousiu
George! Hut go on."
"She wroto that Cousin George
was going to pass through Chlcugu
today and she asked me to meet him
and help him do sotuo shopping tor
heT. Well, 1 had never seen Gcorgo
In in) life, 80 I wroto to Aunt lsa-
icl to tell him to wear a red rose
n hi: buttonhole nnd that I would
vbnr h red rose also."
"Ilohiantli, I must say."
"Wasn't It? Wc were to meet In
the waiting room of n department
store and Gcorgo was to take mo to
lunch. It seemed so simple. It
was simple, too simple minded."
"Why was It? 1 was Just going
to ask you to but I Interrupt )our
story. I bupik)so Cousin Georgo woro
violets when ho met jou becuuso tho
red rose clashed with his tic."
"I made arrangements by tcq
phOnc-to have, 11 table reserved for us
In tho tearoom," went oil l,l Rlrl
"Thou wheu I got downtown I
stopped ut u llorlst's to buy a red
rose.. Tho florist oRare.d;iho a white
onewhich ho said was fresher, but
I told him tho roso must bo red,
Thenlhe tuild I would bo surprised lo
know how many red roses ho sold
Just for.rpurpose ot Identification.'
"Whereat )im bluslcd becomingly
and conlirmcd his suspicion?'
"I oiildn't deny It, could U So
1 toldHilm I was to meet a cquuin,
but he did not seem Impressed with
"He may have eveu heard tt be
fore." "Naturally, I regretted my Inck
of originality 1 and wished I had
choseiv orchids or somutlilng ot, that'
tort lint I got 'my red rose and
readied the walling room five min
utes before eleven. I hadn't been
there n moment beforo 11 swect-fneed
girl rushed up to me, th,rcw her
arms around my neck and kissed
"You tempt mc to wear a red rose
ulvva)s," said tho )oung man.
I withdrew from her embrace as
quickly ub possible and assured her
that he wus mistaken In thinking
mc her cousin Just In from Denver.
I observed that thu gl-I woro q red
"I could not luvc been hunt-
heat ted enough to disappoint her.''
She had hardly, subsided when 11
little old woman camo up wearing
11 ted rose and asked if I wus S.uali.
When I told her that I was not, uliq
utmost cried. She suit) sho Wus to
have met her grunddnughter there
ut 9,30 o'clock and the girl hud not
If jou had said jou wcro her
granddaughter she might have left
jou ever) thing alio had In her will,"
"I saw four other girls wearing
red roses," went on tho girl,
"though It was only n minute beforo
Gcorgo rushed in. I lecogulzed him
at onto; he was sto tall uud good
looking. And his manners wero so
I have good manners myself,"
kuIiI tho young mull, lugrutlutlngly.
"lleorgo wus very cordial," tho
Kill proceeded. "I am ever so glud,
to seu jou, cousin,' he said 'Is
that next chulr taken, ur may 1 have
It?' Then ho told mu nil. about, hs
trip He said his mother scut her
luvo tu me uud ho explained that
ho had been late bemuse ho hud
stopped tu check his suitcase, He
usked me 11 lot of questions about
JOBvik.'i'y-wuriMjetllnK on famous
ly wiiuu tho crush came."
"I did if t have u suspicion of it,"
deilured tho girl, meekly. "Ho be
gan to suspect something mil) afler
I denied that 1 was u school leath
er Just then a big woman wiil,H
up uud sknpe In him wi ficuilngl)
I lull I realised liu wusu't Ciuulll
"Whut ii hn su), if l mu) bo
itriiilui In liiqiilm?"
tihu -Mid, 'I'hlllp, If )nu dull I
mind. I'll no u lumii mm, inn
quiii i' 1 iu nun) )im ' 11 tvi'iim
Hill thw liml u iiiouupl of lit
Wn h mi ium'I"
I but iMili hid iml im '
"When I looked mound fur him t
found htm standing' dlsciipsolntolv.nt
the dck'lhin.il,riiC'whoiircr iirjy no
had 'naked foi lilni. Adrciidful wo
man who was near unified audibly
when I spoke to him, and sho saw
that wc bitthiwoio red 'loses.".
"Was It so. verj dieiidtul tin ex
perience or dlil )ou Just regret the
loss of that other fellow, that cr
that fellow; I'hlllp?"
"Oh, I hav'en't lost him," smiled
tho girl. "You see. lMilllp knows
the Tii) lor girls rind he's coming
with them to call tomorrow night."
PelrrtHarbor Worft '
An event of the l!W mtllro nlily lie
tne -erwitlou or u Kep.inUu mlill.irj
iloji.ii1nitjnt for.tifo Islauda and 11111
dcr the toiiimand of a CrlgjillerKc'ii
crht: - .. .,., ,.w ,
This movement of forming u separate-
command was stiongl) uiged bj'
General Hurry when ho was In com
mand of tho department of Cnliroi
nln, and It Is more than probablo that
It will bo carried out.
In tho event of such n movo by (ho
army powers It Is expected that Ma
Jor Dunning will bo given tho Kst
MS chief of staff hero Tho Mujor
Is well liked hero unci Ins created 11
largo circle of friends during his rcsl
denco on O11I111
It Is expected that Tort Shutter will
bo mhdo 11 leglmcntnl post, nnd should
snch bo tho fact that will Increase the
size of that xist Bomewhut.
Thc'ro will probably bo llttlu work
dond In tho lino Of burruckc nl Do
Hussy until tho reclamation of more
of tho duck ponds hilH been innile
but there mo prospects that qulto a
tfnm wdll bo spent on Improvements
at Kort linger.
A cull Tor bids on I'eurl Harbor
workIs cxiioctcd tu show up at any
tlmo now, nnd It Is expected that n
new' set of bids will b0 culled for on
tho bai racks work nt that plnco ns
tho bids (hut havu been biihmlttcd
considerably overlap tho uppropilu
(ion that has been mailo for tho work.
Tho Lord-Young Construction Company
wns tho lowest bidder ror this sumo
work but their bid wns too high.
Tho nnvnl work nt I'carl Harbor
will constitute tho lament ronlmpi
of Its' kind over let in Hawaii Tho
principal construction work will enn
Blst of n great seawall along the navy
J.'inl frontage which will amount. In
round numbers, to neatly a million
uonnrs. ino navy department plans
n most elaborate B)stcm of roadwnyli
throuuh tho station, nn.l tu mul frnm
it. tha work costing about JIM 000
Bowers nlono will cost about JjO.qoo,
qnil all telephone electric light, miw
er and other wires will bo coiidullcd
at a big expense A meat coal hop
per, alone, may cost about $10U,uno
There 'are mnrlilno shops which will
cost ubout n quarter of 11 million,
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
P)R. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BpAUTIFIEl,
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An na mib im ra.
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will Uftl tb J,
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kta prPrsMMti ' nr uit irUilrugcii id l-iff
Uoodt i)ricri IB lh United )UlM,Cadt aoU Cukjx
'LBlT.HIlfLHProp..3Ci!iU.H Slrtil liwTr
Thz New Phone Number
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant ami Nmiimi Btrceli
Tlin RENEAR CO.
for Infants a nd Ch Md rcn .
' What is Castoria?
G ASTORIA is n linriiilcs suimtldifo for Cnntor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops nntl SooUl"ff Syrup. It In
plcnaxmt. It conialiiH neither Opium, Jtlorpliino nor
other Narcotic Hitlixtuncc (IVnrcoticit Htupcfj). Hn
ago Is itx punraittce. It dcatroyn Worms mul allnyis
FoTcrishncHfl. It cures Dinrrhica nnd Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troiililcs, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It nsi, imitates tho Food, regulates
tho Stomach and Ilou-cls, giving healthy nnd natural
lecp. Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's
Tlio yyj--t1- ' on cvcry wrnppcr
Ignnturo of I&x&xTuZcSUIC f Rcntilno CnMiirlu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
" I 0,0' yeiir Cutorla tnil -ll. lit ma la ell
fjunlltci ttbero tlicro ar rlilldrt n."
J.W. Duidili, V n
-"Mr pllenn InrirUMj prliw nloii of your
Cutorlt." W.W.Tusvss.M 1),
iluCtlu, N. Y.
"fDarfij mj mKltrl rrncllco I kw-w ft wtrrnl
c&mi whrre jnnr I utuii n m in wrllNHl nn.l umhI
WUlgwdtttulli." K.MuiuiR,Mn..i (t
InrlaliVrtaltVlW (friitrptjkrinf hr
1 t.pwir,f hpFyo ..(tr i,L
larluU ftl.lrhl. llawin.l .1 ""
for clitl lirn
pn.iaryyrv)Buuililcni. II110VI,- jj
11. S. btuwmit, M If;
Children Cry for F
"YnfirCurtotU In the hnl rrnieil In lh worU
for cdlMrcn tuit Itifl only cma 1 ni an.l recom
fatid. a Akm V.Bwktlasd.M. I),
i hiiAiB.j.l'ynfTCiitfffrlaaii s par:allvn Iri i
fAfi fcDirararo jnir pll wllh lnot bippy
effuct, mU f ull cixlurM II M i piifo rcmni,'
In Use For Over 30 Years.
!! White Frpst Refrigerator
Combines 'Beauty and Usefulness
teL. r75m T-. -
r Pricej - $3100
Price, - - $36.00
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For Snlc Only hi Honolulu at
Coyne Furniture Co.,
I fiilv sssssssV
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The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
LOOK TO YOUR MEATS
IF YOU BUY AT rrJIE METOOrOUTAN MEAT
MARKET YOU CAN DEPEND UI'ON IT JIEIN0 AM,
TO THE (1Q0D, THE COLD STOKAOE SYSTEM TIIKHB
Metropolitan Meat Market
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