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Serial Story No. 25
The thin delicate ladies' Wntlt
coodi, such &i Sliiitwnists, Skirts,
Negligees and Undci clothing, is not
worn out on vour person. It is the
continual washing. It is the laundry.
It is not so much the way your cloth
tag is handled, but it is the soaps,
bluing and starches that work ruin.
Now because wc launder hundreds of
these garments weekly wc naturally
know the best materials to use to
p.ivc the best satisfaction to the pat
inns. Wc would not think of using
roap contaitiimr a hit of Iyc on la
dies' clothes. We would never dream
of using the common bluing of com
merce. We know by analysis starch
is that contain acids, and wc do
not buy them. Wc keep studying
and experimenting all the time, in a
scientific mnnncr, how to launder.
Don't you think it would be safe to
entrust us with your woik?
Hartman Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA SIS.
tJ7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER und GULICK AVLS.
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LIVCRY AND BOARDING. Fine Pas
ture near city. Horses, Cows and
Chickens fo- eah.
Tel. Main 109
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cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
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Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 21B1
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
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SHOES REPAIRED AND
MADE TO ORDER.
Best of Workmanship, ,
18 Hotel, bt. Nuuanu & Bethel Sts.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
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l, i lilifciii A-A--'-
I Story of
By I1URTON I:. STEVENSON
Aulhor of Thc llollailay Case
Copyright, 1004, by tttnry licit and Company
i' una kiihi' in nil Umlaut, and
then the Janitor camp mid joii nml lliu
i iodfrey nmlcli'il thoin:hi fully.
"Tllllt lUllIl0S till' IlllltlVP, I'KllT."
Iiu s.ilil. "I hai fell that my pxplann
tlnti of llio rrlino win nut iiirti inli
linito. Hut It wih not only di-idro for
ruvi-iiKM Hint nreiil Truiiuiliip on; It
wax nUu.thp I.ikiwIiiIrc Hint Tlioniiiii
knew of Ills find inurrlaKi' uml threat
ened wlili n wold to wreck liU plain
a Hptiiiul time."
"Yei." I nareed nml wit ulluut, pon
dering Hit' Htory.
"Why illil oii tnkit tun tllppIiR,
Mist t'rnjiliiiii" nuLed f!(Mlfivy lifter 11
I'nnii what 'joii read of them I
MlrfpiTttil limv llrtlly they eoneeriietl
my kWit 'J'hnt wim n ferret. I felt.
wliMi mint In1 Kept ut uny liniuinl. It
win iluiio without iiihilileiiitluii, on tin'
spur of (he moment, or I kIkhiIiI never
hate lirnt Hie iimraiw tu do It ut nil."
"Ami why llil yim hhle them under
She lunched outright. The load was
lifted. She wim fust liecnmlm: her
"I li.nl n wIM Idea that you were bo
Iwj to Heaiili me. I saw I lint loose
plaeo hi Hie carpet the Instant I arose
with the clippings In my hand, (luce
1 had put them there 1 had no thnuce
ut nil to iM them again."
"Vuu tried In p't them Ihe day nflcr
the luipu'st, didn't you?"
"Ves; hut the. Janitor wan so n fin Id of
i ne that he wouldn't even let me pi
"And there wiren't any pjpjrH?"
"No; Hut S1 II lie. I Mlv 1 must
Invent one that 1 must olfcr koiiio ex
planation of my presence there."
"DM Troir.nlne keep 1:1s prjuilse?"
".Vet to liotlier my KlilirY Ven; ho
mentioned It ngnlii only to an.unc mo
tint the past was ile.td-rlhat ho would
never revive It."
it. t Imv could you admit his pies
e. i -e I:. reV
How cauld we prurcut It? It was
II.-. Iichoy wlu linv.iglit lilm. Wu
wcre.i't Hiruii; ipotigli to tell him the
wu 'lu iury "
"Vuu mean yo.i told liltn part of It?"
"Theiu li.iH been u virtual separation
over Kini-e Mr. Tiumnliio uppi.ired."
(lolfrey paiwid relleetlvely.
"Why weie yaii in agitated," he ton
tlniU'd llnally. "when you weie uid.ed
to Identify .lliumy the Dwlo at tho In
"Uei -nut) I did Identify him."
"Yesan the man I had been talklu
t) Hi.- Jiultoi- In thu hitter hall. Let
i,.e eplaln. Mr. llolfrey. When I win
iti-'..i I .u Meuiy for u description of thu
mcrJere.. I wm lal.eu ulucU; 1 en
ilcinoml to think, lo ;ollcct myself
and I ivmemtiered the man 1 had
paKsisl In Ihe hall. Without ytnppliu
to consider -wMshlui: only to illsariu
Miisplrliiu I described him rnuiclily m
I ivineiiiburi'.l him. When I wax con
fronted with him at the Impicst next
day, I Instantly realized what I had
done I had Implicated an liniment
imiu and It turned me n little, faint for
"Had you ever met him?"
"Met him?" she icpeated In huii-Im
"Why. n )."
"lint he Hcumeil to know jou."
"Oh" mid he l.iuhed mtaln "I had
a letter from him next day, a letter
filled with K.'.itlllide. tinicliliiu even. It
seems, that my Miter uml I had helped
Ills famll) -a mother and slater with
out kniiwhiK It while he was away'l
"At Slut; Slut;, lie's the must ccpeit
burglar In .New Yuri:, but hu's pit Ills
good polutK too. Witness his taklui;
Thomp-ion home that night."
"Yes; he wanted to do nythli; ho
could to help me. I Intend to look up
"Do. If you can refill in lilm thu
New York pollen forco will bo mluhty
"I'm kiiIiii; to try," she said. And I
rather envied .Iluiiuy.
flodfrey leaned b.lck lu Ills c'jiilr,
with a sIkIi of AtUfnutlou.
"I think Unit dears up that affair
pretty well," lie said, "mid that IiiIiirs
us tu thu second uml nioio seiliius one.
And first, Mlin Crojdoii, I want to ask
you If you think It was Just the light
tliliig to let them march Jack DryH
dale oil' to prison when u slnu'le word
from you might have saved hlmV
IIOM mu?" lepeated
word from meV
I do not
imderslaud )ou, Mr. (!od-
"Do you mean
(jmlfrnv Willi elll'
--" ifhifiiaiteii iWr iii'i'ftiini.ii tiri'-iiii1 inin ' 1
not know where Mr lirv.hile iras
Moliihi) nlnlit. that )oii wen t juiir-
seir the cause of bis leavliiu the
She was ilnrliiK at llllu Willi ilisti'iul
"1 tlie iatl'" Mie lepe.ite.l li.i.ir-ely
nfter a inomeiit "Mi. (ludtiov. I will
tell you somethlni; of nhlij bud de
termined iiumt In spi-nl. Worn li- li ft
the house that eveului: he delllM-rutely
broke an uppoliilmeut he had Hindu
with ine- iiu iipjiolnlment lie li.nl pra)-
cd for. lie had hapiH-ncil to bear Mr I
l'ryinalno innke certnl'i propi..is to
me. In short" she hesitated iiuil then j
proreedcil Hleaillly with ralcisl head - .
"I may lis well tell the whole truth.
Since tho inching of that first tragedy
Mr. Trcmnliii) lias been persecuting
lie wllh Ills nltciitlnus. At the time I
thought them merely Insulting; I see
now that tin iiiiiy have Ih'cji In ear
liest." "I don't In thu le.ut ilaubt Hint he
was In earnest." agreed (iislfiey. "Mr.
Drysdale, then, overheard hint ask )oU
lo U Ids wife?"
"Y'es; Just that."
"Illlt he also heard ynu lefiue, no
"Oh, )cs,'Vho said, smiling nml ol-
orlng a little, 'lie heard me refuse lu
the most positive way. hut my refusal
provoked Mr. Tlcmalue lo an lutein
Iterance of language wbUh Mr. I'rys
dale lesenteil and uhlih he Ihuiight I
should litu- resented too. He demand-
cd thai I eplalu to lilm Mr. Treinalne's
position, ami I promised tu do so on
the vciy evening he he stayisl away
from the bouse. Ills sin) lug nway
olfended me deeply."
(iodfrey had listened wllh llileut
eyes nud a quick uml fiom time to
"There Is only one po! t linking," he
Eald. "Did Tiemalne know of your
tradition In tell Drysdale the story?"
"Yes; Iiu even charged mv.wlth that
"Ah. he had listened nt Ii kc)Ii3lc
"lie i.ild that Mr. Drysilale himself
had told him. I might add, Mr. Hod
fiey, that I met Mr. Drysdale uml the
olhcers lu the hall that liiiunlii'.' as
they were gilng away, and I I'liplucd
him U trll them where he had been,
lie ninucreil me wllh nui-Ii Insult ami
cniiieuipt that 1 thought he must be
"And no woiu'er! You were playing
at cros purpiso.i. I prcnllliie, llien.
'tint It was nut you wlmfwi-oie Mr.
Drysdale t'-ls note?" and he hnuilcil her
the crrjiiple I sheet of p.i,n r he had
IWlicd fiiuii I'isdnle'.i wiisiuliasl.er.
She toil: It Villi tiembllag hand;
Ullk'iiu,. ,t-f,MIIMi n li, niliie i, .'iiniifl,
wlrit It c-inlnlned.
"'Ik lit Ihe pergiln at W" she
read. " "If I am late, witlt fo.- me. 0."
I certahJy novel- wroto uny such nolo
as that, Mr. Cislfiey. Where did It
"Is It In your handwiltlng?"
"Why. yes," she answered, looking
at It morn closely. "That Is, It Is some
thing like. Oh! I begin to see!" rhu
illeil, mid I biiw her seized with u slid
dcu convulsive shuddering.
"Yes," said iodfrey, "It was it pretty
plot. Tills nolo lured him from tho
house and kept lilm nwny until tho
Htoim ciiiue up and he was forced to'
nh.iudou the hope of meeting ) mi. He j
concluded that you were playing with,
him. When ho leturued to the house
he found that you bad spent the mull
ing with Tremalue. Afteruard, lu his
room, he did u munlier of Uolcut and .
foolish things, finally lie determined
to go nwny. He Htnrted to pack Ids
belongings and then, lu the hall, you,
as he thought, added Insult to Injury
by asklifg him to tell"
Slio stopped him with u wild gesture.
"Oil, I must see lilml" hIiu cried.
"Something must be ilono" I
"Something shall be done," Codfiey.
assured her, rising. "The real culprit
shall he In custody tonight."
"The real culpilt?" Thu wolds ar
rested her attention.
"Who but Tremaluu?"
"Trcumluc? Hut Iiu was lu thu house.
As you know, I talked Willi him fur u
"That Is all, I think." said (Iodfiey.
"One thing mole, .Mr. Oodfiey," she
fcald. "Do you think wo'd better toll
Mr. Delro) the story?"
"Yes," iiiikw villi (iodfrey decidedly.
"Tell lilm thu whole sljry. TIiiiI'm ill-
wn)s the best way nml the safest. He-1
member, ,our lack of frankness has i
nli'e.idy cost one human life, tour,
' lster has Ineuirisl no guilt. She has
' committed no fault. I Icr husband will
hae nothing to foigUe."
"And the puhlle?"
"The public? What has the puhlle t
do wllli It?'' .
In the relcction of a inej.. ma to j
cutn oil of Stomach, l.lwi or liow-
!ol dUordrrr, 'ie Bitter ' ..ulil boj
i your flrtt choice. I'att xi liencn
Lai irocn Itn aluo In iai nil
HEADACHE, POOR APPLTITC,
llNDIQCSTION, CYOPCPSIA, COS.
TIVENESS, GENERAL DEBILITY,
AND MALARIA, PCVift AND
Try a bottle. All iltufifilsts
I. el I ' ,: e.l 'is- . .i
--l I . VOII I ii t I .lll LI I i.. it i p
lu the Ke . i' ' I In ut 1. 1 u '' I.ite
t loll. Mm i.i. dull I 1 II kt Hull
lint tragedy rest. This sii .,ud one
will bo enough -und, lifter nil. Ttn
liialne has mil) one life fur the law to
"Pardon me.' she said iiilekly, hold
ing ou' her band. "I see I hate offend
ed ) on. You must forgive me "
'Oh. I do," be wild, taking her hand
nml smiling Into her i;ye.s allowing
himself n moment's lewaril "i:eti a
)ulliiw Journalist, MhM Cloy. Ion. has
Ills reticences. Thai's haul to hvtlurc,
"Not when one known them" she
answered, and opened thu dour for us.
'1 humus wns waiting III the hull.
"Anything else, sir?" ho nsked
I "Nil," said li.slfiey. jWe llulsheil
lien,'. .Sou- let us hnvoollr Imp.
I We stopped a inoiimul, 111 th library
, to say gixslhv tu Duiruy. Iiu cuiue
. forwanl eagerly to meet us.
"Well?" he nskisl. "CIlu )ou clear
"Ye," eald (lodfn'y, "ve can.
Whit's more, we will."
"'Ihaiik Hod!" and Delioy passisl bis
hand across his foieliead. "Tills whole
thing has been u sort of terrible night
mare to me. Mr. (i.iilfivy. I'm hoping
that I may even yet wul.e up and llnd
that It was nil only u dream."
(iislfrey smiled a link bitterly.
"I'm afraid jnu won't do Hint. Mr.
Delroy," he said, "but, nt leist, I be
llow you'll llml thai In tin-cud It will
BWccp a glee.', iiiihappluess out of your
lire. Ami I'm sun- that, wllh Mr.
Letter's beli, I cmi i lear Drysdale."
Thomas came to tell us that our trap
was waltli'g, and Delroy went down
thu steps with us.
"I liopu tu have joii here some tlmv
under moio favorable clrciimstaiicea,"
he said, uml shoil; us both warmly by
i:eiilug hid con ml the ilaiktiusn
I (leepemsl rnpldly as we ilroxe bark
, nlong the road to lt.ili)Ion
n can't km u it. iiu till 8:1::." snj.1
fiodfrey, "m we'll luiu dinner at- the
hotel uml then go aroui.d for a talk
with our client. I llilul.no have some
news that will ihccrhlm up."
"It Heeined to Ine," I observed, "lli.it
It was not at all about his micst thai
lie was worrying."
"It wasn't," agieed ilodfrey. "'lhalV
Mpit I meant ",
(To Be Continued)
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and best nradca of; Corcet Coven,
Petticoats, Nljht Gowns, Drawers,
Chemises and a Dig Assortment of
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NUUANU bet. HOTEL &
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week day, till S p.m. J
! Sundays by appointment.
F, L. FEnciUBON, D. D. Q., Manager,
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Aillngton bllt.
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ComultinR Hydraulic Encinetr.
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PHONE MAIN 383. 122 8. KING ST I
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. t.HTAMURA. OFTICE 1H2
NUUANU ST.: CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
Kak. n strihe in the ri;it
ilircttion and try n lb of
It ivcs complete tatiifnc-
tion because it is ns t;ood ns
butteV can be. It's smooth,
rich taste is due to the pure
cream that it 13 made of nndivuhera eonfacti for advertuina ear
the skill of the churncr.
TRY A POUNDj ,
It Speaks For Itself.
Wc have heen instructed by a cli
ent about to leave for the Const tv
place his home on the market.
The property is located in Makiki,
within half a minute's walk of the
car line, and is surrounded by fine
' V1 ". ou .x 1J' lavs. contains
Lot is CO x 125, House contains
I "'' uihwiiib room, uiiiint; room,
2 bed rooms, bath room, kitchen, &c,
The cntiic house is mosquito proof
and wired for electricity. Gas mains
pans the door.
Guests' cottcRC. Sen-ants' quar
ters. Fern house. Stable.
The cntiic property is in unusual
ly good condition, and we shall take
plcnsuic in shown: k it to anyone.
House nt Waikiki, 3 bedrooms. $30.
House at Frtwna, 3 bedrooms. . .$30.
House on Pacific Heights, 3 bed
Bishop Trust So,.
024 BETHEL STREET.
manufactured from pure dlctllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part cf city by
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kev.alo. Telephone Blue 3151.
BOSTON DLCO., FORT STREET.
At All Watchdealert.
Auent for Hawaiian Islands,
C01, FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu,
The Little Ms. wiili the !lig Results
lilt ii thiiiiiilfc-hh ciiinpeU-lit wniii ill
fnnilllnr with buslneiui procedure,
I position as rleik or tiousekbeper.
I rjfercni.es A-l. Addiou ' O C ,'
A III Hi -claim lxokkccHi
position Address '(I
lei In olllcp
: permanent i
II I ," Jliil-i
A III si -i hits stiilib-uiiiii
.li. II -1 w
state saint '
" I III I let III '.
Ulinap l-'lne, cool, noiqulto-priiof
houselicppliK looms, cleitrlc lights
and hot bath. Phono lllue 132. I
Nliuly furnishcil rooms, at llaaleleu
liwn. cm. lllclinids nud Hotel Sta
I'"urnllied riHims and n mull cottngc.
Alnkca lliiipe, 1077 Alnken St.
Cottni-es In Chrlstly I.atic. Apply '
Wung Kw'il, Smith St., tuaukn Hotel.
1 furnished Iront
ooins nt 1223 Kin
ma St.; rent reasonahlo
S'ewl)- furnished miuiiuito truaf rooini
n( m Vineyard M C72-tI
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Mill rmiipn lii-lision of the Tlleois of
Music and hot, tn pi rform It In a rc
f.neil und graceful Manner, with a thor
ough kmm ledge of counting, guurnn-
. tied to every pupil Pupils piepmed
I tor thu teaching pinfouslun. Kesl-
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u.m ,.,.,, Alaken St nml Cuntral Union
Church. See sign
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders fcliould be lett nt tho Ha
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V'JI or Cottage No. 1. Haalelca Lawn.
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Kino Cutlery. Hear Union GrtlL
For a nice, smooth shave call at th
Criterion Hlmp. IIU Koit St. '
th Dulletln tXllr.
cams on ult
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v,trr, fiult and jrn&mentl trtei
isd ill ImprovciatDU. Two mlo
ulci' walk from cars and I'unabou
College. Addrcii IL K., this office.
The boat and dry flrenood can ba
bought at the Koko ltronood Co.
Woodyniil. n,r. Nuuanu and l'auahl
St ; 2" l'auahl St ; Phono Main
4 D .', 1 m
Three Cmtlis Clg.iiottca. A now
aliipmeiii hna bean received. On
mile now by I'lupatrlck lrce. mid
tho M)rtlo Cigar Store. 3C:C-t(
A lkibcock Dlnpalrh Xowa I'reu, fold
cr. ete. complete; cood culidltluc.
Apply llullctln ollice.
l'lito White Leghorn uml Plymouth
ltock ckrs for letting. 11)11 King
near McCully St. 35SMI
gi'Hl-pnlng rlgar and soda stand,
(leap Applx llll I'.liima stnel
m ut Vim Mint 3013 Ik
, In Souih Koua, 00,000 ncrea of land ai
n whole. Address 8. Karri, Wnlo-
hlnu. Hawaii. SSuOtt
('oliimbus niblier-llriNl piano box lop
bilKU. Impilre ut this ollice
Kiim gisul imb t A I
Simpson I sin AuapunI
::; 1 1 1
! ml. nam gold opeii-fnie willed,
iiln UiiUii i ri S Manna am or
wh.il' Ampli ii waul will be sild
for letuin of same lo this ollice
Help supplitd to plantations, families,
shlppum und slorckucpvrs. Sato Ac
Ojwiwa, l'hotic White 257C.
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Shorthand, l.atln, (iurimin and tho
common luunclms Call or address
I.. C . N11, C10 i: King. 3013-lw
UmbrelUi le-covered and brass pol
isbed. Takatn, 1284 Fort Bt.
?or house-help, phone White 2S91, Ma
kiki. Oocornl tCmpIoymnnl Ottle.
eor Pcnsacola and llerctnnla.
Yee Slrg Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
at, bniiin ut., bet. Hotel and l'auahl.
, jj-Doisnt Warp,
Old Sol won't warji the
paint wc put on your house
it'S till! llCt ll.lillt Itl.-.lllV
?, it stutiili tii njjniust all (litrictiltic.-..
Talk t.i ua aliotit jiaiiitinjj your
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COAT AND PAHT8
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PHONE MAIN 457,
Sun Rise Dyeing House
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