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T .veil tires'? mi'." p n-turnrv win
nlnj'ty, "how unii I refuse? You nro
UN Impertinence disconcerted eTen
litinelf. Ho wondered Hint she 1 1.1
nut slap btiu as ho pased her, enter
ing tliu ruom, rAid folt. tliut tic llcfrveil
:t, Ueipltu her nttltsde. Hut fiah
thoughts could nut lout; trouble one
hlioiu ejus wen- enchanted by the
Ikht (if Dorothy confronting him In
lie middle of the dingy ruum, Ikt
IiiuhN, brUtllng (lanpcroiiily with h.it
plns, liuy with the adJuitiniMit of n
biiiuiI itruy toijue utop the noiuler th.it
win her bnlr. So Wvucluus ami (.harm
ing slie seemed, no periled and bright
her welcoming smile, o foreign win
nho altogether to the plituru of her,
worn and dltrnught, that he had men
tally conjured up, that ho stopped
In an extreme of illic-oiiccrlloii and
dropped the hand tine smiling sheep
lihly enough under her ready laugh
mirth IrrrsNtlbly Incited by the plain
ly read play of exprclou on his mo
bile countenance. i
"You mint forgive the unconventlon-
(Billy, Mr. Klrkwood," nho apologized,
IliecdlCKtly enough, but to cover his
I'luimrraMtuciit. "I ntu on the point of
going out wllli .Mrs. Ilnllam, ami of
course you are the last person on earth
I expected to, meet hero.
It's good to see you. MKs Calen
dar." he wild simply, remarking with
much satisfaction that her trim walk-
lug iotuine boro willies to her state
ment tli.it she was prepared for the
The girl glanced Into n mirror, patted
the small, bewitching hat un Inllnltesl-
mil fraction of an Inch lo one side unci
turned lo him ngnlii, her hands free.
One of them, small, but cordial, rested
iu his grasp for an Instant all too
brief, the wlillo he gared earnestly Into
her face, noting with concern what the
llrst glance had not shown him the ut
most Imperceptible shadows beneath
her ejes and cheelv bones, pathetic ric-
onls of the hours the girt had spent
since Inst he hail seen her in company
Shu was changed n little, but
clningcd. She had suffered and was
sufTerlug, nnd, forced by suffering, licr
nascent womanhood was stirring in
the bud. The child that he had met in
Loudon In Autwcip lie found grown
to woman's stature and slowly coming
to comprehension of the nature of the
chnugu In herself, tho wonder of It
Blowing softly In her eyes.
The cle.ir understanding of mankind
that Is an appanage of woman's estate
was now ndded to the intuitions of n
girl's untroubled heart. She could not
bu blind to the mute adoration of his
gaze, nor could she ICscnt It. Ilenenth
it she colored ami lowered her lashes.
"1 was about to go out," she re
peated In confusion. "I It'u pleasant
t6 see you too."
"Thank you," he stammered Ineptly,
"If Mr. Klrkwood will cm-ihc us.
Dorothy." Mrs. Hall.im's nli-up tones
Ktru-k in discordantly, "we shjll be
Chid to see III in when we return to
"I am Infinitely complimented. Mrs.
nullum," Klrkwood assured her, ami
of the ghl ipil. I.y, "You're going back
hfinieV" lie asked.
She nodded, with a faint, puzzled
smile that Pii-lnded the woman "After
n little-not immediately. Mrs. Hal
la iu Is so kind"
'Tallinn me," he Interrupted, "but
tell' me one thing, please. Have you
any one In Kugluud to whom jou e.in
go without In i llatlon nud bo wi-lcomcd
und caied for- any friends or rcl.i
"lioruth." will he with inc." rs,
Hall un iinswcicd ur her, with cold
Dolllxr.itely Insolent. Klrkwood
tumid his luck to the wouuai. "MUs
C.ilenil.ir. will you answer my iiuesllou
fi r joiu-hi'ln" Im asked the girl point
u.lly. "Why, yes. hi-iiT.il filcnds-noi.e in
"One iiiomeut, .Mrs. Ilall.iui," Klrk
wood tlunn- uUply oxer hit shoulder.
I'm golu lo uk you miiiii thing ralh-
er ih!iI. ilss t'uleiiilar," he c uiihiiiid.
ecklug tin- girl's eyes. "I hope"
"lf you plein-u, Mrs. Hnlliiiu." mi;
fested the gill, with Juji the right
lini.e of hidciiciiili'Ui'c, "1 with to
listen lo .Mr Klrkwood. lie has been
Veiy kind lo me uud has t-iery light."
!lo luriusl to hlin, ngiiln, leaving the
irinuiiii biealhlesx und specehless with
"Yuu told mo once," Klikwooil con
lliiued quit lily mid, he felt, brazenly,
that you coiuldeien ino kind, thought
ful uud coush.eiale. n know me uu
betlei tn!u.i than you did then, but 1
wulll to be.' oll lo II list I'le a little.
Can you liut yourself lo my protev-
lion until ue ivaili -your fi lends In
Why. 1"- tho girl fullered, taken
"Mr, KIiLwimiI!" tiled Mrs. Ilallam
ingilly. lliidlug.her Mil t.
Klrl.noid (uriieil lo meet her on-
ulau.lit VjIIIi i' leu t-uve. i'.etjTiJj';d.
, utitflTiclifug "lTease"iro" uoF fnTerfere,
miulaiii," he said quietly.
"You are Impertinent, slrl Dorothy,
1 forbid you to listen to this persoul"
I The girl Hushed, lifting her chin
tritle. "forbid 1" she repeated wonder
Ingly. I Klrkwood was quick to take advan
tage of her resentment. "Mrs. Ilnllam
Is not fitted to nd Ise you," he Insisted,
"nor can si-? control your actions. It
must already tunu occurred to you
that you're rather out of place Iu the
present circumstances. The men who
hac brought you hither 1 believe you
already see through to some extent
forgive tny speaking plainly. Hut that
Is why you have accepted Mrs. Hal
lam's offer of prolectlon. Will you
tnko my word for It when I tell you
she has not your right Interests at
heart, but tic reverse? 1 happen to
know', Miss Calendar, and I"
"How dare jou, sir"
I Flaming with rage, Mrs. Ilnllam put
herself bodily between them, confront
ing Klrkwood In white llpreil dospera.
Von her small gloved hands cllucbed
Hid ipilvcrlnn at her sides, her green
Hut Klrkwood could silence her, and
he did. "Do you wish me to speak
frankly, madam? Do you wish me to
tell what 1 know nnd all 1 know,"
with rising emphasis, "of your social
status and your relations with Calen
dar and Mulrcady? I promise you that
If you wish It or fone me to It"
Hut he had need to say nothing fur
ther. The woman's eyes wavered be
fore hlsf and n little sob of terror forced
itself between her shut teeth. Klrk
wood smiled grimly, with n face of
brass. Impenetrable, Indexible And
suddenly she turned from him with In
"As Mr. Klrkwood says, Dorothy,"
she said In her high metallic voice, "I
hae no authority over you. Hut If
you're silly enough to consider for a
moment this fellow's insulting sugges
tion. If you'ro fool enough to go with
him unchapcroncd through Lurope nnd
"Mrs. Ilallam!"- Klrkwood cut her
I short, with a menacing tone.
"why, then, 1" wash my hands of
you," concluded the womnn defiantly.
"Mako your choke, my child," she
added, with a meaning laugh, arid
mowd iwny, humming a snatch from
u I rein li song, wbhh biongUl the hot
bind lo K!r:wkl's foe.
Hut the girl did not lilnlerstaud. and
he was glad of th.it. "You may Judge
between us." he appealed to her dliect
ly onie more. "I can only offer you
my word of honor us uu American gen
tleman that you shall be lauded Iu
Uiigluud safe and sound by the llrst
"TIioic"s no need to sny more, Mr,
Klrkwixd," Dorothy lufiruiul him
"The liimiif of mi .iMiuUiiii (.Mtfuiiiiii."
rhwiMu, noroiiiy iunru.i nun ; wr irtKWOOD hesitated It wasun
telly. "I have already dclded. I 1 ,.,, , . ,,,,,. w)iyi ,
uk I begin lo, understand sumo l HnH eeuml la, 8lle knuw
n:s cleirly now. If jou re rouly XX however painful the knowledge
we will gi
I'toiii thu window, where she stood
holding the curtiiiiiB hick nud staring
out, Mrs. Hullnm turned with u curl
" The honor of nn American gentle-
man. she quoted, with a slinging
sneer "I'm sure I wish jou comfort of
"Wo must make haste, Miss Calen
dar," Knld Klrkwood, Ignoring tho Im
plication. "Have you n (raiding
She silently Indicated a small inllse,
closed and strapped, on n tahlo by the I
bid nnd Immediately pissed nut Into I
the hall. Klrkwoi d took tbo case con-1
liilulng the gladstoue bag in one hand,
the gill's vulho In Ihe other, and fol
low isl. I
As h turned the head of tho stairs
be looked back, Mrs, Ilallam was still
ill tin. 11 tpililw. In.r lnw Ir liti-tin.l lip,,m
her ery piissleue-s lie reielved nil
Impression of something ominous nnd
forbldite lf.t-heIiailLiiKUi txlilt,:
by the IIobbs-Merrlll Co.
two of the game she played, she still'
held cards was not nt the end of her
resources. She stuck In his Imagina
tion for many an hour as a force to be
For the present be understood that
sh'o was watting to apprise Calendar
and Mulreudy of their Bight. With
more haste, then, he followed Dorothy
down the three filfhts, through, the
tluy 'olllce, where madam sat sound
asleep at her overburdened desk, and
Opposite the door they were fortu
nate to find a fiacre drawn up In wait
ing nt the curb. Klrkwood opened the
door for the girl to enter.
'Qare du Bud." he directed the driv
er. "Drive your fastest Doublo faro
for quick timet" '
The driver awoke with a stort from"
profound reverie, looked Klrkwood
over nnd bowed with sestlculatlvo
"M'sleu', 1 am desolated, but; en
gaged 1" he protested.
Treclsely." Klrkwood deposited the
two bags on the forward seat of I the
conveyance and stood back to convince
the man. 'Treclsely," said ho, undis
mayed. "The lady who engaged you
Is lemalnlng for a time. 1 will settle
"Very well, m'sleu'l" The driver dis
claimed responsibility and accepted the
favor of tho gods with a speaktna;
shrug. "M'sleu' said the Qare du
Klrkwood jumped In and shut the
door, Tho vehicle drew slowly away
from the curb, then with gratifying
speed hammered upstream on the em
bankment. Rending forward, elbows
on knees, Klrkwood watched the side
walks narrowly, partly to cover the
girl's constraint due to Mrs. llnllsm's
'ittttude, partly on the lookout for Cal
endar and his confederates. In a few
Moments the J- passed a publlcclock.
"We've missed the Flushing boat."
ho announced. "I'm making a try for
tho Hock vim Holland line. We may
possibly make It. I know that It leaves
by the Bud quay, and that's alt I do
know," he concluded, with an apolo
"And It we miss that?" asked the
girl, breaking silence for the first time
sluco they had left tho hotel.
"We'll take the first train out of Ant
werp." "Where to?"
"Wherever tho first train goes, Miss
Calendar. The main point U to get
away tonight That we must do, no
matter where wo land or how we get
there. Tomorrow we can plan with
"Yes." Her nssent was more a slgb
than a word.
The cab, dashing down the Hue Leo
pold de Wacl, swung Into the I'lace
du find beforo the station. Klrkwood,
acutely watchful, suddenly thrust bead
nud shoulders out of bis window (for
tunately It was the one away from the
depotl nnd called up to the driver.
"Don't stop! Qare Centrale now and
"Yes, sir! All right!"
The whip cracked, and the horse
swervisl sharply routid the corner Into
the Avenue du Slid, The young mau,
with n hushed exclamation, turned In
his seat, lifting the flap over the little
t peephole In the back of the carriage'.
He had not been mistaken. Calendar
wns standing In front of the station,
und It wus plain to be seen from his
pose that the madly careering nacre
Interested him more than slightly.. Ir
resolute. iK'rturbed, the mau too'k a
Ntep or two after It, changed , his mind
and returned to his post of observa
tion. Klrkwood dropped the flap and
turned hack, to find the girl's wide eyes
searching lili face. He said nothing
"What was that?" she asked lifter
a pilleut moment.
I "Vour fill her. Miss Calendar." lie re-
There fell u short pause; theu, "Why,
will. you tell me. Is It uecessary to run
nwuy from my father. Mr Klrkwood?"
she demanded, with a moving little
break Iu her voice. I
1 might prove to her.
And she wns Insistent, lie inp.-ht tint
dodge the Issue. "Why?" bho repeated
ns ho paused.
l U'llf fc.Ml 'tMllM..U ..H..u ..-
. "... ,. ., ....Mi.,,, i inv-- uir ivi
fill llfiaill.P lltuf II, .11. lflm, ..ln.,.l,. '
"Dou't jou think I had better know?"
Inslinclliely he Inclined his head Iu
Klrkwood lient forward and patted
the Hank of tho satchel that held the
gladstom.- bag. ;
"What does that mean. Mr. Kirk
"That I lune (he Jewels." bo told her
tersely, lookln-j straight uliend "
At his shoulder he heard u low gisp
of niuireiueiit and liuredulllj com
mingled. "l.Ut-lldW lllll JOU KOI llll'illl
fathei ileposlliil them In linili
' " ' '""' '1:''' ''l-''1!
'. ""' - ' -' ,!"'1" -
i . '
), ' ... ' - '
iii'llK'H, inliere'yonr fnflier wns con
..r:L.- wl'.U ,Uulrcady und Caytalu
"You took them from those men
you! Hut didn't my father"
: had to persuade hint," said Klrk
"But there were three of them
against you!" ,
"Mulrcady wnsn't-nh feeling rery
well, .'and Btryker'S n cownrd. They
gave me no trouble, 1 locked them In
Htryker.'s.room.'llfted the bag of Jew
els nnd came' away. 1' ought to tell
you that they were'dlsciisslng the ad-
liability , of. sailing nwuy without you,
leaving you here, friendless nud with
out means. That's why I considered
It my duty to tnko a hand. 1 don't
like to tell you this so brutally, but
you ought to know."
Hut for some moments she did not
speak. He avoided looking at her.
The fiacre, rolling at top speed, but
smoothly, on the broad avenues that
encircle the ancient city, turned Into
the Avenue de Kcyser, bringing Into
sight the Onre Centrale,
"You don't-k-know" began the girl
without warning. In n voice gusty with
"Steady onj" said Klrkwood gently.
"I do know, but don't let's talk about
It now. JVe'll bo nt the station In a
minute, and I'll get out and see what
to be .done about a train If neither
Mulrendy nor Btryker Is nbout. You
stay In the carriage. No!" He
changed his mind suddenly. 'Tit not
risk losing you again, it's a risk we'll
have to run In company."
Tleaser she agreed brokenly.
The fiacre slowed up and stopped.
"Are you nil right, Miss Calendar?"
The girl sat up, lifting her head
proudly, "I am qulto ready," she said,
steadying her voice.
Klrkwood rcconnoltcred through the
window while the driver was descend
ing. "Oaro Centrale m'sleu'," he aald,
opening tho door.
"No one In sight," Klrkwood told tbo
Ctrl. "Come, plense."
He got out and gave her his hand,
theff paid the driver, picked up the
two bags and hurried with Dorothy
Into the station to find In waiting a
string of cars Into which people were
raovlhg at leisurely rnte. His Inquiries
at the .ticket window developed tbo
fact that.ll was the 22:2(3 for Brussels,
the last train leaving the Gore Cen
trals that night and due to start In ten
The Information settled their plans
for once and all. Klrkwood promptly
secured through tickets also purchas
ing -"reserve"' supplementary tickets
which entitled them td tho use of
those muderp corridor coaches which
take.thonplnco oflrst clasj compart
ments ott.the Belgian stntu railways.
"It's a;, pleasure,'.', said Klrkwood
lightly as bu-followed the girl Into
one ,of these, "to And oneself In a
common sense sort of, "'train again.
Feels like -home." lie put their lug
gage Id one of .the' racks and sat down
beside bey. -
Tho girl 'snilld bravely. "And after
Brussels!'.,', slio, Inquired.
"I'lrst 'train for the coast." he said
promptly "Dover,. Ostcnd, Boulogne,
wlilcborcr, prove handiest, no matter
which, so.longut It; gets us on' English
soil wlthojit unduo.delay."
Bbe'sald'Ycs'; abstractedly, resting
an eltipw, on ;t be ,. Window sill and bcr
chin 'in' h(fr paih," to staro with seri
ous, sweet brown eyes' out Into tho
arc smitten night thst hune beneath
the echoing roof, ,
Klrkwood fidgeted In despite of the
constraint he placed hhn&clf under to
lie still ii'ud not.dlsluih her needlessly.
liupntlome..aikl apprehension of mis
fortune obsessed Ills nieutnl proccsne.s
hi equal 'degree1) The ten (uilnutrs
sueuied luturniluulilc that elnpcsd ere
he grinding' couillns advertised the
Imiiilnelicruf thejr Start.
The gininls.l;ogiin to bawl, the doors
to slam. hclnted'truvelerH lodasli mad
ly for the ciMUjIu'.s-.','. Tin- train giup n
preliminary liiiih ere settling down to
Its leauue loilti Itjlaijd dash.
Klrkuncd.lii i), fever of hope mid un
ngiie of 'fr.ir,! Wv'-1'1' ,,l,m KPrlut fu
riously across life 'plat form and throw
himself iu 'tin- fitrwarit su-p of hull
jinaih oil the tory Ijislant of Hie nIiii.
Presently hi'onleled b. III.- fm w ird
door and welled slowly thioii'.h. n.:
rnuly Inpn'Stlug, the iiil.ius pas-en
gcr.s,. As lie approached the muIn oe
i-uyird by- Mil.wboil utul Dorothy Cal
endar li's'i'Ves Vn'oiiiilensl the young
mail's, mid he leered cUlly. KIiLwimhI
iilet the look v lib one lU.it was like n
Mtk, nud tho fellow jut-wil with some
'iiiMo Into tlie i-iiriiehlud
"Who wns ' Hint?" demanded tin
vlrl without nioUilv her head
"Iliiw did you know ?" he nsl.ed. a
tunlslloil "You ilfln'.l lool."-
"I s.(W ynu'r ki'tl'ltles whiten betieulli
the sklu,, .Wllo'wnV ll?"
Iloili4." In' iielsbowtlgul liltteilj
i "Ihe ui.lli' ur'ti'' AlellU'ii."
' iaiow. And bu think
' ..!-... " ft J-l.'..ll..- I
, in. ny oioi ui
I .. I..'... I .'.'.... .... 1.7..,.!
! ll-'l'll nslioiv
when wus on bijird the lil!-tlltlnc
lli lottajhly wasn't, lii tho o.iblti IM
delilly "theV hut
Mini no or
,ums 111 i it - ti Mil iji'i'ssi'd-tilm into sciv
Ivo Yin h(v llily'lo Willi lilng I'lerj
Hill y'y win through.
n..ii.4fw...-nM, nnef Phone tV
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". Il' Oilui Cniloco l.lliiiiry will Im
closed for two weeks. 4380-llt
for Infant! and Children. r
Save the Babies.
INFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize
that of all tho children born In civilized countries, twenty-two percent., or
nearly one-quarter, die beforo they reach one year; thirty-seven per cent, or
more than one-third, before they are five, and one-half beforo they are fifteen I
We do not hcsltato to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority
of theso precious lives. Neither do wo hesitate to say that many of these Infantilo
deaths are-occasioned by tho use, of narcollo preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain moro or loss opium, or
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation and lend to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse. It causes tho blood to'clrculate properly, opens the
pores of the skin and allays fever.
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"I bite k1 your Csitorls In cuts of colic In
chtlilrcn and hsre found It the belt medicine of lu
kind on the market." 3. K. Bianos, M. D
"A medicine id T.labtf and beneficial for chil
dren ae your CaetorlA la dceencs the hl.hMt pralte.
1 and tt la om eTtrjffhere."
1. 8. ALlliUDia, M. I).,
"ItaT. vied yonr Caatorla on vartone occaalona
In soluble caaea and bate found It a palatable and
efficient laxaUre, cepeclally In tbo varlona dtaeaaee
Ciue. BwiD OiRDIxtrt, M. D.,
Brooklyn, N. T,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In" Use For Over 30 Years.'
in PAU-..KA -
H ANA that is in
jurious to the most deli-'
cate fabric. It will not
take paint off the boards
nor eat into the cuticle
as Some, cleansing pre
just pure soap with an
ingredient that gets to
the dirt and removes it
Any grocer should be
abb to supply ycu. If
yours cannut do so ring
Fred L. Waldron, Tele
R. IAWIIENCE H. KENT,
rived from Oakland, CH., and lie is now employed by M, .
SUVA. Mr. Kent is at experienced man in this line of
business, and as a practical embalmer has had 16 vcars' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M, E. Silva are now prepared 'to
leceive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs, Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care lor the female cases, which is most needed in
our community, She will arrive here within. six weeks' time.
M. L Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St. Phone 170t , , Nitjlit Call 1014..
Weekly Bulletin 81 Per Year
Caatorla la rood for children and I f requenllr
preecrlbo It, and al.aja obtain the deetred nenlt."
P. Oas.LO Ut-rrssn, M. D.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
" I haee preeenbed Cutorla to f amlllee for tereril
yrare. It la all llehu Motbcre like II, for children
will take It wllbout any trouble."
C. A. Wiuo, Vt. V.,
81. Loola, Mo.
" Yonr Caatorla la a eplenrtld remedy for children,
known the world orer. 1 nie It In my practice and
hare no heeluncy In recommending It for tbe coro
plalnU of InfanU and children."
J. A. Bourn, V.D.,
. Kanaaa Cllj, Mo.
Etubalmer and Funeral Director, ar
INTHK C;nCUIT COURT. FIHST
CIKOUIT or the Territory of Hawaii,
rh Chambers. Kalahlkloln (w) vs.
Jacob Kumalne. I.lbcl in Ulvorc.
Notice of tho rtntloncy of Suit.
Notice Is Hereby given that tho
above entitled caimp Is now pending
nnd that said Court has ordered that
Saturday, October 9, 1909, at 9:30
u. in. In tho court room ot tlilH Court,
In the Judiciary Hulldlnx. In mild
llonolulu.as tho time, and placo for
tho heating of llbellant's petition
and libel praying that nlie be grant-r-d
a decree of divorce absolute from
her said husband, Honolulu, T. II,,
July 24, 1909. lly the Court.
Clerk Judiciary Ilept.
4370 July 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14, 21,
28; Sept., 4.
IN TIIK CHICUIT COtlllT OK
the Second Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii. In tho matter of
the Kstnto of Hnttlp Ayers, Ueceas
cil. Notlco to Creditors. Notice is
hereby given to nil persons having
claims against tho cstato of Hattto
A) cm, late of Lalialna, Maul, Terri
tory of Hawaii, to present tho samo
to the undersigned, ltoliort H. Uln
cgar. Administrator of said estate, at
his place ot business In Wnlluku,
Maui, within six months from data
of publication of this notice, or
they will be forever barred. Dated
ot Walluku. Maul, this July 1C,
nOHKRT K. DINEOAIl,
Administrator ot IMato of
4370--July 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14.
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be found at
For Sale Choice lot of
Ex Steamer Lurline.
.King and South Streets.
ALL THE .FITTINGS FOR
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. '
' By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard. i
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