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3-acre lot at head of Punahou St.
Can be subdivided. 5
7-acre tract in Manoa, near Ce
line a bargain.
Building lots in College Hilli and
lots at Kaimuki near car line;
easy payments if desired.
Rouse and lot in Fawaa, one block
from car line. 2
Cottage near corner of Hotel and
Punchbowl. Lot has SO ft. frontage.
Several cottage's on Young St. C
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' By BURtON tT STEVENSON
Aalberol "The llolladay Caa"
J Cupyrliht. j90T 1?" )'"
"Thompson linil no vefy exalted Idea
of cleanliness,1- lie remarked. "His
clothing needs n visit to tlio laundry;
Ami tills la nil?"
"Ye. HoM rented Ills furniture from
a atorc down tlie street. He linil to pay
bis rent In niltnnce because lie hud so
little baggage. That. rccclpi tlie.on.ly
thins that's 'mt Ills iintm1 on It oh, yes.
There's n letter tattooed on his left
arm, hut If not n T-lt's n J." "
"Wlikli goes to allow thnt lila name
wasn't Thompson. I think you're right,
Sliumouds, In platting hlin down ns n
sullor. I thoUght vo'lasl night; id fnrt.
I've nlrcndy pot two men making n
bd tvho-uufi-wntr"-'" " "
- "Jtaio souf snd Sim moods, smiling,
"That's 'like you. Tliere'a nuother curl
ous thing, though, about the clothing
"Borne of it s
marked with one Initial,
some with another. Not one piece Is
Tlio door o)encd and the eoroner'H
"Mr. Goldberg sent the exhibits hack
to you," he said, holding out n parcel
to Bluimonds. " "
Blmmonda opened It and took out n
pockctlwok, ii pipe, a knife and Home
"All right," ho ifculd, nnd signed a
rcccliit. , '
Godfrey waited until the door closed,
then be rose nnd enmo over to Sliu
"Therc'a something berc that wight
help us," he said, picking up the
pockctbook. "Those newspaper clip
pings why, they're not here!"
Slmmonds smiled dryly.
"fliat's another thing I wanted to
tell you. The clippings have been re
"Tbal' a queatlon.i They were re
moved some time between tbc momcut
we looked at them und the inomeut
the coioncr took charge."
Goilfrey stared nt hlin with startled
"You remember," Slmmonds contin
ued, "that lifter e looked at tho
pockethook I put It back In Thomp
"Yes; I saw you do that"
"We then went luto the bedroom and
bad a look Tirouiu), leaving the. body
"Willi Mlis OroydiMisulil Godfrey,
coiupletliig the keuteucu.
"There'H another tlilne, voutlnueu
Slmmonds after a moment. "Ileie's
the piece of pipe we found ou the tloor.
Do yuulUioX-iiere.lLiaime fromV"
"No-fw'iiH goIutf"lo look that up."
"It eamo frinf the rndlutor. The
connections were defective,- -nnd u
plumber was replacing them. Thin Is
a piece of pipe he lud removed uu.l
left lying liMnd the radiator, lie re
members It distinctly. Vu you recall
tbc iKisltlon of the rudlittorj"
' "Yes; 6pposte the bedroom door."
"i:x.iclly. Then the person coming
from tli.it dMV liVuniae'erosse'.l tlio
rouiii to get t. More than that, he
must Have limited for it or known it
was there. Mlsix Crojdoii knows more
than she's tuli us. I don't tlilnlc she's
bee:i niujie with us."
"Well, perhaps Miu ba(.u't," Godfrey
ald loIy. ".Wiywuy. ve'e got to
work nt the ease from he oilier end.
WVu- got to luentlfy, Tlio:-'-. on Hist."
'Yi'." agree;l hlimuo.kls. "You'll
let mo l.uow If oJ llnd out miythlng."
"Of course," slid Golfrey. rltlug,
.lud with u er.rtuisl bit went, out, ami,
ilonn the Heps to tLo btreet.
At the oinee ho found' two icports
awaiting him, One was from tho meu
he had ueut ubug tho dockH-they had
."ouud no one nlu couir)dentlty tb.'
photogruph of Thampsou. Tho other
wa from lieliney, the head of the
"ecorirs imeiugence (lepnrunem. m
- o'clock that morning. Just before re-
I tiring, Godfrey had phoned n message
to tho ottlce:' y
Dcluniy I want all the Information, ob
(alnab)e contimlncMtie history ot.the
CroyJon fntntly, to which Mrs, rtlchard
Dclroy ur.d Craie '.'rojilcn belong.
Tills was the result:
Guitavc Crolon. notary ami money
Under. 1? Hue d'Antln, Tarls, removed
with wife and ounx dauehtir about H'3
to Dtckcnham, Just south of London,
IZntlund. ,Wtiy he removed from Frunio
not known Itur d'r.lln'liai biwn com
pletely rebuilt within last thirty ears,
and only tersou there now who remem
bers Croydon Is an old notary named
Fabre. who has an ottlce at the corner of
Rue St. Ausustln. He. has vogue mem.
ory that Crodon left Franco to avoid
criminal prn'r"ti" pf - ton.
I ill t
Croyi!onbointitrtmnll' country place
near Heckcnlinm and lhe.1 there quietly In
scml-ictlreim-nl. Fortune apparently' not
biraC. In 1851 tnortcAgivl estate for !OM,
mortKnre paid In 1897. Ilollglon, Catholic.
Riccllrnt reputation nt lleckenham.
Kldesi daviRhlor, I'dlth. born In France
Auk, 26, 1874. Educated nt schiil there,
but broko down from otcrstudy nnd re
turned to H"ckrnlinm, where she b-came
Interested In soolal settlement work.
There, rnet lt(. Ip.inlj Delroy. 'New York,
who was maklntr lnestli;atlon of tendon
charities, llaril.st.htm June C, l).'and
went tmriiedhlty to New York.
Only other rhttd, jounser daughter,
flrnrc, Iwrn nt lleckenham May 12, USO.
Kdurnted nt home. No unusual Incidents
i life so far n known.
Cioydon niiil wife died, tphold fever.
1101 Dclroys came to Knglaud nnd after
ICIIIiik piopccly nn,d, seltllng estate look
l.roco homo with Ihcm. 'Kstnte. left whol
ly to 'jour.Kcr'slitcr; paid Inheritance tax
dciifrfv read this through '.slowly.
dwelling iipoall fojtit tyjiiolut,,,
"Tho skolcton.'l lie' said ito hln)4cir,
"Is pretty plain l,t Jles coneraleil spmc
wlicio belilnct Croydon's' (leparttiro
from I'rnncc. There limit have been
Koine unusija I reason .for that a rea
son even morn I serious, peihaps, than
this thrcdtciieu, prpVccutlon tho clip
pings would fell the, story.
"Hut Is It worth while trying to dig
It up? It 'wouldn't be a dlfllcult thing
to do' If , tho uewspnpers handled It nt
tho time, but I don't know," nnd ho
stared out through tho window with
drnwi brows, j "If It's burled ngaln, I
bellvvo I'll let It rest for tho present,
anyway," nndJio whirled back to his
lie wrolo the story of tho day's de
velopments nnd turned It In.
"We've been lucky," said tho city
editor, wltll n gleeful siulle as ho took
tho copy. "We've got photographs of
nil the principals."
"Yes they cost $000, but they're
worth It. No other paper In town will
"TliatU gJoil,", antd Godfrey, but It
was n half hearted commendation, 'and
bo left the vjfflru In n frame of mind
nut wholly nnllnble. Tlio methods of
n popular newspaper lira not Always
libovo reproach. '
''Thimk henve'n," ho ndded to him
self, his, face clearing n little, "there's
nothing In my story tu Implicate either
MUs Crvyduii or Mrs. Delroy there's
do bint of tho hkclaton! I took care of
that which,", bo concluded, with a
gr'ui smile. "Is mighty forbearing In n
Wlut further tels there were to l
of' bis foilieaniiico not even ho s-j
tpecteill ' " '
. cuMvt'nn v.
S it mutter of iur.e. tho nfTalr,
ut the Marathon created a
i; ic.lt public sensation. Tbo
BSSJyp'ilWs urm tlowefl with do'
tallvtlieoi-yiiJatiugoi.tloiis'to the police.
leiierriroui uiie.e.siea reni.eii..
It has loi g Ihs'U hfiubit'of mine
Wbxn u:.y )-:.:n:!.uly abWlruio erlin
Innl'mystery'ls boforo the public, tu pin
Diy'fnlth to the'lleconl. Itsjpiiiet- fea
tures 1 do not luitutre, buM'knew that
Jim CJodfreyiwus Its o.peT$.,)u crime,
and ever since my oneonuteY with him
lu tlio Ilolniihiy en mi 1 Inio entertain
ed the 'liveliest mliulrntloiiW his acu
men and ituduclty. If u mystery was
poaslble of Kolulluii, I bellereil that ho
would solve It, so It was to tlio Record
I turned now and read enrofiilly utery
word bo wtote about tho tragedy,
I was sitting Inmy room on the
evening of tbo second day-'after tho
a(Talr, smoking n ,postpritudlal pipe
nnd rendng tho Jtecord's stenographic
repprt of the coroner's Inipiost, when
tli ere cume a Utiock ut my. door aud my
landlady cutered, She held In bor band
a paper which bad n formldablo legal
"Have you found another apartment
yet, Mr. lAMteri" she asked.
"No, Ifbiivcu't. .Mrs. I'lteh," I said.
"I'm ufrald I've not been ns diligent In
looking for ono us I should havn been."
"Well, I'te Just got another notice,"
and she sighed wearily. ''They're golug
to begin tearing down the, liotiso day
after tomorrow. 1 can't tlnd another
house, so I'm going to put my furnlturo
In storage.' 1'te told the men to come
for It tomorrow."
"All right." 1 said. "If I can't nud
an apartment to suit, I'll put my stuff
Instornge. too, aud stay nt n hotel for
awhile. " I'll know by tomorrow noou,
Mrs. Kltcb." ,
I settled buck ln my chair and took
up luy paper again, when a sudden
thought brought mo bolt upright. Hero
was an apartment, two rooms and bath,
Just what I wanted, empty und, more
over, so situated that I should bo ad
mini, to: alcsd. tsr.-' i - innd siudr
of tlio Inigedy. TsliiiKnTnt my natih
It was only half past T, and I hurried
Into my coat In A sudden finer of Im
patlenco test some ono ct should gef
there before me.
Twenty minutes' walk brought me to
tha Marathon apartment house, and as
I stepped Into the vestibule I saw sit
ting by the elevator n red faced limn
whom I recognized Instantly ns Hlg
gins, the Janlter. Ito rose as I ap
"You have an npnrtment hero to
rent, haven't you?" I nsked.
"Not Jest now, sir," he answered.
"There will be next week-lf th' walk
In' delegates leaves us alone. You
see, th' house Is being remodeled."
"Oh," I 'iald'.juorc' disappointed than
I cared "to Jshow,-'! thought perhaps
Uicro was 'one' I" could move Into at
once.'' Next wedli won't do rao nny
g6od." ' ,
IIo moistened his lips nnd scratched
bis bead, eying me undecidedly.
"May 1 nsk your name, sir?" ho said
I bnudnd him n card which had also
tho nddnis-ofiny tlrui, Graham k
noyce. tic renn u auiniy.
i . , Ti "'" "'"1""1";";' '
said, looking up vihen he had mastered
It; "two rooms nn' bath -but It needs
a llttlo cloanln' tip. When do y' have
f have It?"
"I have to move In tomorrow," I an-
swcroil, nnd 1 told him brlelly why.
"May I loolipiit this npiiitment)''
lie hesitated yet a moment, tli?'.i
strittghteneil tip11 w Ith sutbleii resnltt
tloti. "YotrVltrife'lriT u want to, sir,"
be Mild, "but first I must tell oi thnt
It's soot fotirhMMii'wlieru they was n -a
murder two days ago."
"A imirtlcrf"' 1 related '"Oh. jes:
I did sec, something iihottt It III the
papers. Well, that doesn't make nny
dllTeicnee; I'm not afraid of gliosis."
"Then that's nil right, sir," he said,
with n sigh -of relief, and motioned
townrd the elevator.
The car stopped and he led tho way
down tho hull.
"Hero we are," he said, pausing be
fore n door nnd producing n hunch of
keys. "Which reminds mo that I'll
"Jt'J toot ji.Hiletn, where thty tins a-u
buvo t' git n key far jou tlio tothcr
tenant lost iU-leastW(iys, It wasn't
fouud ou him. Or mebbo you'd rather
I'd change th' lovkV
"Oh, no," I assured him. "Another
Ley will do," and we entered together.
I examined the room with keen Inter
est. Evidently cwrythrng 'bad been
left Just as It was ou tbo night of thu
crime; only tho body bad been re
mued, anil It, I khuw, was nt tho
morgue wuttlng IdeuttUcutlou.
lllgglns led tho way luto tho bed
room and opened tha door of tho bath
"I ahull bring my own furniture," I
said. "Hut I haven't any carpets. Per
haps I can buy these. They seem pret
"They me, sir," agreed Ulgglns.
"They're good carpets, und ns good as
tb' day they was put down. It'll inal.ii
It lots easier for us If wo don't have t'
take 'em up."
"All right." I agreed. "I'lnd out what
they're wortii. When can you hao thu
Ue looked at me and scratched his
bead again. Then, remembering sud
denly the nuture of Janitors, I took out
my purse and tipped him.
"Have them ready by tomorrow
afternoon," I said. "Get a man to help
you., If necessary. I'll expect to be at
borne here tomorrow night."
"That's all right, sir," he assured mo
Instantly, aud Just then tho elevator
bell rang. "There," he ndded, "It's them
confounded nrtlsts, too lnsy t walk
downstairs. I'll bo buck In a minute,
slr. - -
(To Be Continued)
'. . i
the Bulletin office.
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IS m te
sL '. aJ'l
IN Till: ClilCTIT COURT 01' T1IK
Plrst Cltrult, Territory of Hawaii.
a( Cliainliers; in I'mluite. In the
Matter of (lie Kstaic of J12NNIU II.
TBCIIUUI (or Tsehuddl), Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing i'etttlou
for Final Discharge. On reading nnd
filing the petition of M. W. .Trchudl,
executor of the last will nnd testa
ment of- Jennie H.- Tschudl (or
Tsctunlill), Inte of Honolulu, Oahu,
deceased, wherein he flska that n final
order may ha made discharging him
fiom nil further responsibility ns
i.ucli executor. It Is ordered that
MONDAY, the 25th day of MAUCII,
A. D. 1907, at 9 o'clock a, m., before
ii Judge of said court nt tho court
room nt tho 'Judiciary Hull. ling, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. he nnd the same here- T .
by Is appointed ns the time nnd ,omcc '""' A',nlr ln own hnndwrlt-
plnte; for hearing wild petition, nn.l "'"g't l'.H)r llox193. 3610-tt
mm it 1 1 persuiis iiiieresieii iuhj men .
Itiiil tlieid appear nnd show cause, If
they lime, why the same should
I not he granted,
'.. - p- , ,
And thnt notice of.
...I-. .fl.ll.-l, ... lllu l.l.Kllnu lllllfsilll,u
he published In the 1, veiling Hullo-'
tl.la n,.ln. I. l.n l..,.1lul. !......
tin. n Tiewnphpor printed nnd pub
lished In Honolulu, once n week for
three iudccssUo weeks, tho last pub
lication to be not le.su thnn two
weeks previous to the time herein np
polntcl r"r ""''' ,'u',"rlng.
Dated nt lloupl'ulii. Oal(ii, this iith
day of Kebruury, 1907.
(Slg.) AI.HXANDKIt I.I,ND3AY. JR..
Second Judge Circuit Court, 1st
(8lg 1 J A. THOMPSON,
Clerk Circuit Court, 1st Circuit.
1'etltloner In person.
3013 lVli. 12, 19, 26! Mnr. 5.
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Tho Weekly Edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newa of tbe day. For 81 a year,
nn corner Jt Jx
water, frtjK aaaC
Btea' wait dran
jbmm J-ag, Baai fa I
The? bevx 'a.i K'Mrr it. lsW i cam.
botlgbl it due fEAirt Jlw2 U;
Wraxlyart, iin .'JUj c-x: jtt' ITjimb.
Stfl.j offltv, 3t PanaojUf.
l'ure- Whttfl j&mj mAi Hrannt.
Rock exxs yjrtC3;enc-.-fer
palrs of ruuriyriii-Jair.l ISAUKIrni
no.ir McCatrj''iiri;. &vnT
Yonng cnituuinT. tlt-n Unas L tie 7J
J ears obi, In qiuilSOu. Ayttly-tc
V. O. Ilox, to, I-ii-no Xxsat.
Ynlc chalnlcs iitrr, jswal. m-JI-
Hon, cuehum fniw, irnciaac tc
pillar, co.wUV'iriK. SLT'Hrfte-
tin office. , . UIT-Zwr
.Kresh Hawall rtcirocsjewCsaaBaasa.
ulno UawaJlan nil r- Vir ffunai
tobacco, TVere H tt'tiucr .
Myrtln Cics.- SUv. tTTtvr;
A ItobcoOc tAiviiar Seca-jeec. Out
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hlnu, HavraVL Catr
Squabs Ii easy
HOOM ANU faOAflD
I'or gentleman or
IojIj. U irrtsaaaai
rUJtxJit. tr. at
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lady or gentleaan-iy;r WTWaaa: Ja..
RCMfVCcU. r f
Umbrellas jreictvetisaf t i
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See Haettnoe for "aavJan Ml
Keys, kuaaa. oVwuk fl
rtoe Cutlery. ti Tirt nn
cor Penaacola aaat '
Manicuring, ieefcae BaciaQ ja
treatment, isif puan(;ar,a
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Richards St 'r
Yee 8lpg Kee Pi
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nisnk taJl ir taV "eavi,'
etc , maaufacturfslbyO
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