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The thin delicate ladies' Wash
goods, such as Shiitwaists, Skirts,
Negligees and Underclothing, is not
worn out on your person. It is tho
continual washing. It i3 the laundry.
It is not so much the way your cloth
ing )3 handled, hut it is the soaps,
lluinir and starches that work ruin.
Now because wc launder hundreds of
these garments weekly we naturally
know the best materials to use to
rive the best satisfaction to the pat
ions. We would not think of using
, coap containing n bit of lye on la
dies' clothes. We would never dream
uf using the common bluing of com
merce. Wc know by analysis starch
es that contain acids, and we do
not buy them. Wc keen 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 work?
flar.man Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA SIS.
DAVID DAYTON i
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( I Story of
Author of "The
Ceovrltht. I S O . by Htnrir Holt
" nn imiwiwii wwiiiii Mi.ii.wnri
(Continued from Friday)
OT tint 11 the regular cllek click
of tint win ils I ultl turn that
wii were well uiiik-r wny did
I open my mind to fludfroy;
then l KpoKn with wlmt I deemed ii
".My dear (lodfrey," 1 began, "I've
wntehed you nil day. mucHluc bottle,
examining KirntihOM, Hying tu lend
rn lilt Ink mnrka nn u blotter, puzzling
over n broken nine ninl doing vurlotu
oilier eeeentrle thlnm from wlilcli you
Beemed to ilmw cnncllliloiii utterly In
visible to inc. I've liennl you iiKsnru
both I)rydnle nml Mlis Croydon that
the former will liu elenral of Hiiilclou
at tuinorrmv's liniuent ninl thut tho renl
culprit will lie poluleil out. You'll
pardon me If I coufoHi to uomo curb
olty ni to how nil this U to ho ne
coiiiplisheil," "Did you t.ee her face an she eiitne
through thill door, I,eslerV lie nsked,
staring absently lit tho nut In front
of in. "I tell you. It warmed the heart
of even mi old reprohatu like Kiel And
to think that wc did It!" hu milled.
"To think that wo did It!"
"You did It," I corrected. "I win
III tins choriw today you had tho cen
ter of tho stage."
"J!ut you don't mini, I.eter? I
couldn't helii It. you know-."
"Of i-nuriu J on ejiildn't that's where
you belong. Hut now that the .cur
tain's down nml we're nlouo together
with plenty of time to talk, I'd like to
"And you Bliall down to the minutest
detail. I.el' nee tlil-t U the muoUer,
tm't HV Well, Mippuse we light lip--
I '(-in tlihil: nlore clearly when Put
"All right: lire a wny," I mild, nn soon
A3 !li. e'g.irn were, going.
"Well," begin Hodfrey, "as I poluteil
out to yjtl thN morning, for good and
Millleluit roasonn. I Hlurled out In thl.i
l'ive3tl,;it:oa with the iMtUiuplIon of
"Of i nil" .". I obiervej, "yo'i know
It li l':e duty of every Jury ti mart
out w.tli os'irlly tho eoutrjry nuiup
tloll." "irisiu'y. I know that, hut u do
teethe linn to vork with mine dellulto
e.id In lew or ho :iowr g.'tt miy where
In other vnrdi, n detective, after care
fully t.i ') lif the del ill-i of any erline.
nnii-l form a floor;- i-iu urulng It uud
inn t elk alius I!"'-' thejry. An oo:i
is he din neri niiy fiut that f.iIU to
lit Willi h!s thcy ho mut modify It
or form ciioO'er. rn-l h" inii't keep in
doIliK tliH'lllllll he lliids the tlu'jry
wlilili mjivai with nil the f'.its not
nil hut one or two, hut ivl.li every one,
A il ii.i uy djlei lived fall hit j the
ml-lnke of living Kat'dled with the
tlic.il whlili llti mott of the faett a
MTlotw error, for the rljrfit tlir- .: iniist,
of ojui'he, hi'ivlt.ilily lit them all.
'Ih.lt'i the helciitll'.e method and tho
only mfo one. When n detectlvo hltt
upon ii theory whlih Ills nil llie known
facts he's cot as much r'u'it to imsumo
H'rt true ni mi iiHtroiiouicr h:u or a
physicist, who hullds up the uulvcivo
In Jmt tlie biiuio wny."
"Hut that's n illlllcttlt tiling to do," 1
remaiked, "to llud a theory that Ills
nil tho facts."
"i:cecdhihly dlllUlllt soinetltnes,"
nssciited my cotnpaiiloii, "liecaiiso tho
fuels often appear to ho entirely con
tradictory, lleally, laeli are never con
tradictory truth Is ulwnjH truth -tho
ttouhle Is wo rn n't iilwnyu toll what Is
fact und wlmt Is llctlnn, 'The lniiikt
part of a detective's work Ii to sift
tho wheat from tho chuff to ust at
the meaty, essential facts.
"Well, us you know, I started out
with the thenar of Tremiilue'rf cullt.
More than thai, I wa i morally certain
that he.u.'s Utility, kuiv.lui; what 1
Knew of the man. And llrst of nil It
was ovlijeiit to me that no criminal
us careful us lie Is would rmv tho risk
of kIuk through that ho.ithnti.io and
comuiltllui; a murder on Iho pier out
side with .Miunt,' (jriiliam sleeping on a
cot n few foot away. I therefoie de
duced tlii-t bottle. Smell of It."
lie uncoikcd It mid hold It under my
"C'liloigform!" I cald.
"1'reclsoly." And lie coil.od It care
fully und teturued It to his pocket.
"The boj 's story helped mo to mrlvo
nt It. lie had hccii uwiikeucd hy that
violent thunder clap, hut for the llrst
uiomeiit ho had found himself ini.ililo
tu nunc- dlz, as ho explained It."
"Hut how did you know whcio to
look for Iti" I iikkcil.
"Well, I knew lh.it no experienced
rliiiln.il vould keep n limit him any
Hticli Important uvldcmfc as a hottlu
that had eoutalueil chloroform, The
llallailn r Ctc"
oJmT edni' To " T'tt T7 uv i nr"--1
committed the mistake at llrst of sup
p King Hint he hiMl hidden It In thu
luatlliPllse. -I should hae known liet
toi. Niiturully he would thro It Into
the b.iv. 1'hero was u Mnsle clcmce
iiLtalnst mc. If he hint thrown it hi
uncorked It would probably have sunk.
That was n point lie didn't think of.
and by Just lh.it much lie fell below
tiprfii-lloli. I think he prolublj ad-
nili.l-tcrod the chloroform by murine;
It upon One comer of Hie sheet and
throwing It over young (Ir.iluun- face.
Mo doubt the oddr would hi.vo been
perceptible ms-tl'rtrornlnjf had nuy one
tliotizlit to ino't tor II. lucre vn only
one point in tho wlulo onse. ' he nlded
thotiglitfully, "thafwns utterly nt va
rliinii' with my theory and It worried
me badly Tor a time"
"What was tliatV" I linked.
"Thai was the Mory Hie J.iller told
us that Miss Croydon lielleved Ilrys
ilithi guilty. Hut yon h.ne seen how
naturally Hint wns explained. I knew
then, In that Instant, that I wis on tho
right traek-tlit nothln? could dofent
lie. Hut let us go back t the bcjlu
ulng and I'd like you to (ulut oat uuy
lluws you bco In the htjrj."
"Very well," I Mild und settled haclt
In the seat to listen.
"Tremalni! had two ory lowerful
luolUes for the commission of tills
crime," began Uodfrey. "He needed
money mid could take n i nioro from
Jllss Croydon, since he wns trying
seriously lo w In her affections, lie wus
determined to get Orysilnlc Out of tho
way under clicuiiiMauceii ns dlscrol
ttnlile us possible, cotilldcut that hi
lh.it enso ! .'ould himself win Miss
Croydon. Which," ho ndi'.ed In a
thoughtful aside, "from what youvo.
told uic.oftlilin, I don't think nt nil lui
jusslble." "Mot In the least," I nrecd. "I be
lieve '1'ieuialne euild win liny woman
he lenlly set his heart ou."
"At any inie, he leurns of Drysdi.lo's
Jcnlousy nml of Miss Croydon's proji
Ise lo explain thill':'. lie see th it at
any hazard ho muit irmrat that os-
pl.ui.nl in. Monday nurulbg he oji.ij
to town with Itfi.-ny, mid the litter
tolls him that he lulcinU glin: tho
iieckh.ee the mill v.nter trcatiueut.
You'll reuiem'.ior 11 w..s Trcnialno who
originally pio.Miscd this, Uu.i:;h he
could Ktar.sjly nt that I line lnuo fore
H'on what would como of It,"
"Mere chniiie," 1 nodded.
"Well, Tremnliio takei Hie early train
back 1 1 Hdgetuere ami lays his plain.
He -rites the note"
"Hut you really haven't any evidence
that ho did." I olijc.clnl.
l"or nnswor, tlodlivy took from hlii
poiket tho hlott.vr.lie hail fniiial in
"1 told yo'i tluit, theio letter! nrcu't
In Tivmalnu's lu.nd," he raid, "but If
you'll compnio them with tho note
you'll see how nearly they reemhlo
Jllss Croydon's, Again, tl.ey mil only
capital It's, !'s and I's, which are tho
only capitals used In the note. That's
pretty good circumstantial evidence.
Trenialne, of course, burned tho piece of
paper he priictliod ou, but ho didn't
think to burn this blotter. It was only
the frediest line at tho lutloni of the
paper that left these marks."
"Hut did Trcmaluo lime a sample of
Miss Croydon's wrlllng'i"
"There's no reason to think he didn't
have, but If he didn't lie could no
doubt have found plenty of samples
niuong Iliysdulii's things. He's prob
uhly mi adept nl forgery ns well us nt
most other brunches of crime.
"All light. b uhc.id." I snld.
"Trenialiio wiltes tho nolo und leatos
It In Drysdalo's room," continued Hod
frcy, "Then ho opens tho trunk ninl
becures tho lewdver. Perhaps ho knew
tho rovoHer wns there and pel Imp he
dldu't. If ho hadn't found It he'd prole
uhly lime taken something else belong
ing to Drysd.ilo for a wcipou.
"Having secured the ieolver, ho iu
turns to his loun liy way of the bal
cony. What Kissed In the early put
of the evening you already know.
IJrysdnle goes to keep Iho lendezvoiis
ut the porgoln, starling early, because
tho house with Tremiilue III It linn bo
come imbeurablo to him. He stops for
n that with (Iraham, whh h the latter';!
sou oierhears, and llieii goes ou to tho
KU'gola, whleli Is ipilte at the other end
of the giounOs from the honthousc.
"Meanwlillo Trniualuo has siicnt the
early part of tho evening talking with
Delroy mid Miss Cioydou. At last ho
goes to lily loom ou thu pretense of
willing letters, gots the revolt ur, luti
himself down by Iho lue und stnrtfi
for tho plor. He filters the lioathouso
boftly, feels his way lo tho cot, who.o
f .- . t ;.. ll
"I had a very scrcro 1 n .' irmililo
and was o woak that 1 e" lo v atcely
walk about or talk. All n fi lends
bolloved 1 could iiomt ; i well. I
then becan to tako Ay i (.berry
Pectoral uml Iniiui'illJtoly ti I' un 'to
irotouiriit. It tool: ouly I lmttlui
to work n complete cure. Ii mainly
tavml my life."
'fids Is mio of thousands of testi
monials to tho wonderful vulno nt
In rases of colds, coughs, and lun;
and throat troubles ot all kind-. A
standard nml uunvalod mnmiy for
sixty years. In largn and small bottles.
Iluwaro f Imitation o- called
"Ocnultio Chsrry 1'ettoral." IleRiiro
to cut "AYnt'S Cherry Pc.toral."
i. b. ( i lei '
d .' ! ill t !1 I
and tl 1 j it ! ! lri
nw.iUo.nil n. .. . lly In n f
"'lll.t d'l'.-.e. Tievilne
.. lla e
out upon tho pier. Hid tir.di in sees
hliii, lerhuiis chullcngcs bin', but of
rotirso allows him to uppnuu'li as soon
ns hu recogulr.es him, -'Hu-y talk to
gether for il moment. Vtliui i'leiunllie.
swift us llghluhig. knocks die other
down, (irnhuiu probably fc'l wllhput
irying out. I fancy I fia.i -e Tre
miilue p-mslng to make Hurt' !. letliu
Is dead before he gm's on lo the end
of the plor to get the licckki e."
I uhlvered. 1 ismld seo him. 'si, bend
ing over In the darkness, with n hor
rible calmness. "
"that throw-lug of the pistol Into Iho
boat," continued (iodficyjOvus ouo of
those Hashes of Inspiration which conic
to a man sometimes. It -was superb!
It proves that our rrleud Is really an
nrlist. Mot one mini hi a thousand
would have thought of It. He must
have laughed with sheer satisfaction
when he heaid It clnlteiJ's:fcly 'Into
tho In it.
He paused for n moment to tldul,
of It, to turn It over, to taste It.
"Well," ho continued ut last, "ho
secures the neckbuv. thrown away
the bottle mil probably goes down to
the waters edge-to' wash Iiih hands.
"Did ho take the necklace wllh him
to the hoiisoV" 1 asked.
"Mo," said Cislfrey decidedly
"Them wns no lemon
lit nt to run that rid. He had
less licked nut a safe hiding place for
It hi the nftcruoon. the neckline ouie
deposited there, he harries buck to the
luuse, climbs up to 111:' balcony mid
re enters his room. He nssuros himself
that there lire no hi Kid stains on hi in
nnyuhire, then he moves Ids table
near tho window and sits down to wait
for Drysdnle's icliun.
"Ah soon ns he l.e.irs him enter hit
room he gathers up the letters which
he had, of iimrse, written during the.
afternoon nml gun d.iwiiittairs. And
It Is here that he makes his most noti
ons mistake. He fniieliM, perhaps, that
lie Is to have only the country pillce to
deal with only jour Ifeuidhowers
that he must climb Iho nail, that ho
cIMint lij.'lko the evblelieo ugilust hjs
victim too Hiring. So when ho places
his Idlers In tlie lia- ou tho ball lack
he uNn torn . olT the tjp button of
(To Be Continued)
Fancy and nlaln eoler; medium
and best grsdes of: Corset Covrrs,
Petticoats, Night Covins, Drawers,
Chemises and a da Acsortment of
Sale Prices Are Almost Half Ren,
Don't Miss This Chancel
Just received per S. 0. Coptic, an
Elegant Lino of QRASS LINEN.
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NUUANU DT.; COrtNER VINE
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Wc lmc been instructed, by n cli
ent about to leave for the Coast to
place his home on the laarkct.
The property is loented in J!nl:iki,i
.vitnin hfllf n minntnii unllc nf tin I
car line, and is surrounded' by fync
Lot is CO : 125. House contains
nailer, drawing room, dinini; room,
? 1-cd rooms, bath rocm, kitchen. &c.
The entile lionsc iz mosquito proof
cud yi'.kI for electricity. Gas mains
'S5 the tltur.
Guests' ccttat;c. Servants' quar
tcrt FeiM house. Stable.
The entire property is in unusual
ly cood condition, and wc shall take
pleasure in showiur it to nuyouc.
House at Waikiki, 3 bedrooms $30.
House at Pnwaa, 3 bedrooms. . $30.
House on Pacific Heights, 3 bed
Bishop Trust So,,
024 BETHEL STREET.
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diicction and try a lb of
It gives complete satisfac
tion becnusc it is as gcod ns
butter can be. It's smooth,
rich taste is due to the puic
cream that it is made of and
the skill of the clutrncr.
TRY A TOUND;
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TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
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The Lilllc ids. with llie Rig Results
lly a thoiouglil; (ompelcnt woman,
familiar with business pruccduie,
jioaltlon ns rleik or housokceper;
r-ferences A-l. Aiblress "(1 U..'
Alli.KtUe tottnee. tor Ki lioul
nml Cottage Wulk, No HI.
ipilie on pleinires.
Cheap Pine, cool, nosn.ulto-pioof
hoiisekeepliitr rooms, electric UnliU
and hot bath. Phono llluu 1.1S.
jrulni8iicd moms and n small cottage.
AlnKc!l miWi :077 Alakc:l st.
cttarPS in Chrlitly Lano. Apply
Woiik Kwul. Smith St., raaukn Hotel, i
J furnished I rout rooms nt 122.1 Km
lua St.; rent reasonable . 3(0M(
Srijly f jrulshrd mosiuito proof rooms.
at tit Vineyard &t
I'lirnlsbed mil ige nl ('ultimo (lloe
llipille No V HClS-lf
can Inge honso.
35y clne Job Printino Jt th Oul
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JSf BULLETIN ADS. PAY 'C
Mrs. Hodoson. Teacher of Piano. Or.
U-un nml slnidnrt, A clear and lutein
hi nl comprdiensloii or Iho Theor of
.Music and how to perform It III a re
fined and Kr.iceful maimer, with a thor
iiiikIi kiio)vledKo of conmlnK, Kiiarun-
IlciI In every impll. l'lndls proiared
for Hie tearhlni; irofesslon. Hesl
deuce mid Studio, 27i Ileretanla St.,
hettteeii AWI.i a St nml Central Union
Chinch. See blBti 30111111
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All ordcru should be lctt nl tho Ha
waiian Kens Co., Youiib bldg. Photie
201 or CuttnKO No. 1. Ilnalclca Ijivu.
Sea Hastings for rerlrs of '.ookt,
K:y, Musta Boxos, SnarponiLK ol
Flno Cutlr.ry. Rear Union Grill.
ror nice, smooth sbiva call at the
Criterion Shop, llll Koit St.
jfiy" For Rent"
(( nollttln n'Uf
cams un salt si
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
9-11 NUUANU ST.
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s s s 1 n i
Mmem&rfm: ,ii kidhiM' iiWfiWWTWWwfflrwiriil.
I sine corner let In Maklkl. Curbing,
ntcr, fruit and jrnnmcDts! trtei
&ud nil ItnprovociKute. Two tolo.
I utat' walk from cam and I'unahou
College. Addrern R. I., this office.
Tho host and dry firewood can be
bought nt the Kokn lTrewtsid Co.
Wisjdyard, ror. Nuttanu and Pniinh!
Sts; 20 Pauahl St.; Phono Mam
Throe Castles Cigarettes. A now
shipment hns been recehed. On
sale now by Pllzpatrlck llros. anil
tho Myrtlo Clear Store. .-,C2C-lf
A llabcock Dlupatch Mows Press, fold
or. etc., complete; good condition.
Apply Ilulletlu ofllce.
Puru White Leghorn ninl Plymouth
Itock eggs for setting. 1'JtlKIug
near McCully SL 2SSl-it
in boutn Kona. tu,uoo acres or land as
n whole. Address S. Morris, Walc
hlnu. llinll. SSSOtt
Columbus iiiblicr-tlreil pliitio bo lop
liimev Impilre nt this oillio.
Surrey, good order.
Simpson. 1M0 Anaiiiinl
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T I 3 1 N G AGENCY,
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where contracts for advertising can
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I J3P"For Rent" cards on sale at
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i EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
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HliiiiuurB und hlorekeeticrs'. Sato -.
Ozawn, l'hone White
Will be olven by an experienced teach,
er lu the follnwlui;. Iliiokkceplnj,'.
Slioriliauii. I.atln, (lerinnii mid tho
ooiiimon branches Call or address
No I0 i: KIiik 3IH3-tr
Umbrcllii re-covered and brass pol
ished. Tal.nta, 12S4 Fort St.
For house-htlp, phone White 281, M.
klkl. Hoceral Employmunt Offlc,
ror Pnsacoln nnd Ileretanla,
. Yee Sli' Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
I niltb St., hot Hotel and Pauahl.
Old Sol wuii't warp the
paint wc put on your house
it's the besit paint made,
it stands up ngniust nil difficulties.
Talk to us about painting your
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CLEANED AND PRE83ED FOR
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