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EVENIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUItDAY, OCT. 9, 1909.
Novelized From Eugene
Walter's Great Flay
JOHN 17. HARDING
Copirfljhl.ttOS.br G W D.llm.h.mC.
".Umus fuiinil run n fnlr mi n-doing
IIiIiuk tort Mtlit fern it iln In n fair
"I nln't net it Iwcn iiihi h of n spcwl
tlirl'l. Willi mis Vw siivisl nml Iwn
n little luiki In lmi-tlmz the little I'te
Imil I i mi riilti- ntioiit 1 1 mm In noun
tniniirnin. imil I'll bI" ,t..i iti.v mile
fur thi nst. nltti mMirlt) I monn .ol
"i It nln't nnnr of mj tmslnrss why
j-nu iln this'"
' Smith. I ilnn't think j-oii can squnro
tliN lltlli- in mi r fur ltrool.s"
- lll'll't llllllk IIIJ llllll'K pun), rli?"
"Miiiu'l Hut. iuil iinilillit Minire
tliln. Nnltli. If tu liul .'jiiIIIIiiii rlglit
In jour iliitlii'M this iiiIiiiiic"
"Tn tell 111'' I ruth I'm lining to open
nctfntl itliuii with iiiiuthfr uirl."
"Wick tnnilns up ht-rt- tn hpp mr
mem JIiijIii- hi' nml iiii inn mini In
ni'iiii tntitllillt ilciimt iiiiiiui'iiit'iit
Unit n 111 kii lliiKil.t i in nf Juil."
"Win ii l -Hir iiuiiliiKi"
Tin- uiptilii inifliil nt Ills plpv nml
scrniltilml Miillhii run- i lixel; u lit
ri'pllul "Kills t h r iinr mnnii'iit."
"Hon (In ,miii knnnl' '
If W Mil him xpooidl to cf nny iilcn
In lit-" tlshnr nf Hip HINT nm iri-mi lit.
tho priifniiml I'liiintiTiiiitlim. tho impart.
Iiie of till luforiiiiitlnii iniisi'il. lit- ml
tliioniril tn illsnipoliittni'nt. hmllh re
nin Inoil us unrrndtiiili- ns the sphlin.
Hut It usi-lMy xi-i otitis before tie
"I Hippo tbit's n hint for me to tie
on mv iny'j" he Ititcrrngititl.
Tint's nlwiut f tio mranlna I ineimt
to lorlre," admitted the mpialn. with
Jlmsy rose slowly, took Ills hit mid
went toward the door. Itefnrn lie
reached It he turned
Wlljlnmii.M he said, "j-nu know I're
known Kmma Mrs. Urooks rer Klme
(be was In abort clothe and used to
come down to the orthe to to home
with her daddy."
"So I're heard"
"She' always been able to look Into
my fare with them big blue eyes mid
mile' Some time some day If I iret
baik-i'm irning to mako It my bust
nets to nee her"
"And If she shouldn't t)appn tn look
up Into mv fm and stulle I'm colnir from public dishonor. Rome bad bar
to find you. Williams, and I'm ruining cnlned their favors to Insure otneo or
heeled" I iidtiiiitciiient for husbands or sons.
The captain purred Ids pipe piaildlv
"hut -stvle heels nilcht Jim lie
wearing now. Smith" he Imiulred.
with great deltlieriitlon
"Well." tnswerrd the nlwnjs delllt
erate Jlmsy, "If you should innsult
the imrtlr ulnr sins maker who fur
nlthes them he'd destrlbe that heel as
of -I.-, i a liber."
(mil night. Smith," said tbe cap
Smith did not reptv.
Williams gazed In the direction nf
the door after his superintendent had
rinsed It. There wns nil enlgmatltal
smile on his rale It slowly died
away, and his pugnm Ions untlerjaw
protnidid nmlnoiislv Heat hlng round
to his hip pin ket, be brought out u re-
"Ur1!, t w iiih turn tttii tn .,.. tiniiif
loiter It was a foriiitilabli' lookln:
ni'iipuii. wllh n I'ini. Iniril lie broke
(he bri'ili Ii. etiimlll.il Hie innrl liird
and replant! Il In his pm ket.
"Darnetl If he woulilnt du It, too."
" 'ySsmaiV'aaaff MilrMfj
y A W
EMOI18B may tie the least nrv
tlve of all the moral mws.'.
Still, there In no heart abso
lutely without It. .So. mxiiier
had his life passed from hts li"v thin
It became active In Drunks humif
been tired by the flltker of shame that
tbe full renllrntlon of Ills rlllnlnv hud
provoked ns be took down the twelver
of the telephone to call Captain Wil
liams, In forcing Emma to deliver herself
Into the hands of his employer'he hid
not actually hotleted thai It would be
necessary for her to make the supreme
sicrlflte "Toil rnn handle hint nil
right." he hid told her ",Vnu know
how far run run lit a man gnalt wo
imn know tint" Hut lie had betti
ullllng; to take the ihame that this
KKrltlie would be etilt ted. Slid, know
Inn milv too well Hie bnitiil piiiiiiu
Hess of Williams, his notorious de
pravity and that he hud uist what ht
had taken to lie longing ijesnn Kmma,
he now had no doubt whstcrer that It
would he The inptatu was not the
man tn give anything fur nothing, to
part with money without rxeirlng foil
value Willi his treat phvsiral strenrtb
nnd his will that merlsiri- and wore
down all opposition, him wmilil the
gentle, submissive 'inlnr -f Kuinia ba
able to hold out imaltist him tle
duiist to lit Iplessiii'ss In Ills all doiol
natlng power, Willi the nlli rniilhe of.
loiiiplliiKi' or their ruin held out to
her. she would hae to sjbmlt.
Itronks pltturi'd the sieue ns tliouch
It wire lit Inn I'linrtrd before him. ulid
lie went hot mid iold, and a sweat of
npun broke nut nil oter him.
"No no, no!"
lie iitlend aloud the protest wrung
from his wrllhliiK soul lij his half re
siHilltlnl manlioiHl tleiliitihid his
thro ii, Klriuk liliiisrlf In the mouth,
with such lteme thitMits teeth iul
his iiiiileillp nnd the IiIihhI d;ed his
chin, si'lyed his lint and dashed wildly
for the disir IV.ir nut him there nnd
hi'M up ii ri'strnluliiK linger. Down
stairs wire the three cenlnl nltlie de
teitlxes Uu the morrow. In 'a fen
hours, at the otlke when he liml
worked for fltejenrs, these men, nt Hie
behest nf his employer, would plnce
their hands on his arms, nnd he would
be under arrest. He saw himself be
lli.: Itsl out, handi tifful, under the
mix l.injc e.M' of his fellow tlcrjts nnd
He iIokisi the door ncalu mid turned
from It. Miwnntlip nt his hetts, wills
perlnt: MiphlstU- pruduire, (otilisillliR '
poiirisiiis uistreiion, tiironini; spe-
lious sups to his count li'ikf. Some-
tniitK li iu to LM' Uonc. .No other course
thin tint he bad taken had been pos
sible under the tin umstnti(.es. Be
tween lilin, mid state prison stood
Kmnm. She nlone on tartu could save
hi n I. If silrntlon were possible. Pun
Ishinent and Immunity at thut moment
nei Imps held the balance noil. The
chin,: or withholding of a kiss would
turn the stales either nny. The giving
of It would brand him with tbnt par
lit ulnr stanp of Infamy w tilth when
ris-nciilred by mill caused them to I
draw away with rising gorge and
spurn the bearer. Hut none would
know of the sacrifice no oue savo tbe
vlitlm Wllllnms mid himself. Otber
woiiiin Inn dono ns much In pressing
emerKi'iK les to save their husbands
some for dress and Jewels their bus-
' hutwlu i iitllit not irtte tttem. II lilm
self would neter seek to know Just
what liml passed betnrrn his wife nnd
the inptnln He was free to nssiime
that be bad norrled unnecessarily:
that nothing of what he felt certain
wns happening bad occurred, to sur
mise Hint It had not been necessary
for Emma to resort tn complete sur
render. What he did not know could
not trouble him Anyhow, It was too
Into now. The die had been cast. Tbs
chief thing nay, the one tiling be bad
to feur was Hint her mission might
be unsuccessful: tbnt sbe toulil not
purchase his freedom at, nny price
Tbe possibility of this twisted bis
selfish henrt with anguish again. Oh.
n Iir bad he got himself Into this trou
ble? Wben gnnded to drsptratlpu and
recklessness be had taken ilie first
i $111 from the money be had collected
he, bad no Idea or not returning It
somehow, it bnd brought n good deal
of pleasure to Km ma nnd himself,
lightened their bard penury with a
gleam of brightness. Dut $10 then
lind iM'in a lot of money. It had not
been possible to replace It at once.
It nns far easier to fix his accounts
I so that the sum would not be missed.
I He had yielded to the temptation and
bud so (lied them.
Jenkins, bis filltnr emplojee In the
office, wns a follower of horse racing
In his small wny. N";W nnd then lie
risked a dollir or' iw'o In a ncnrl!)
pool room, nnd sometimes hu won. A
fen tlivs after Ilrooks had falsified
the books to cover up his deficit of
$10 Jenkins bad confided to his office
cronies tbnt ho bad a tip of which he
felt so sure that he was prepared to
pawn his Inst shoestring to back It.
Many others bad decided to take a
cliance, and, having no money of his
own, Ilrooks bnd taken an advance
on his salary nut of his collections nnd
followed their example. Tho odds
the) had obtained nere 0 to 1, nnd
I the horse hid won. Out of bis win
I ntngs lliooks bnd replaced tbe money
he bad helped himself to.
I 'I he imhiI room nml the ntallnhlllty of
"the compaiij's money hnd olteicd to
,. 'him a' great opportunity to win what
he could not earn, mid, encouraged by
his llfut success, he had taken udvun
tngf of II. He had begun In making u
study of rni lug nnd risking small sums.
Link had bieii Willi him. nnd be had
ntui tl"i' hi L t) m- ni'ili. He Ivid
wnTitTTiTs",ivTfe to sbnreTfls good for
tune, but bnd 'not dhrW ' to tell br
bow he,1iud,obtalncdathe moileJr. so he
hnd Interned tlie story of outside work.
Ills run of link bnd continued how
ever, tililll It bnd become phi noinennl,
and this It was that ln.l caused his
extravagant optimism. He had wager
ed larger and larger sums until his
w Innings hnd represented a secret
bink act omit of &HKX) II was one
day when he had "plunged" and won
b thousand dollars thst he hnd cou
reived Ihe Ik Hon of his promo loll with
reward of back pay.
Sxm after their Installation In their
mure expeuihe tpiarters. however, a
series of, reverses had come His luck
hail deserted him. First his batik nc-"
count went; then he had drawn od the
collections In his effort to ret r lev o bis
losses. He bad plunged and lost,
plunged and won, plunged again and
lost. It hnd not been long before his
"borrowings" bnd reached smfli a ter
rifying amount that he had realized
that discovery wns Inevitable unless
be could replace the money within
brief delay. He bnd clung to the de
spairing hope thai by wngerlng heavi
ly he could nln enough during Wil
liams' absence tn bide his pilfering
and postpone examination. While this
routd be deferred there was hop.
Now he knew that his cunning, re
lentless employer had been watching
his gmtluall) tottering progress on the
tight rOpe of dishonest) nnd. prepar
ing a tmp to cutcli him In. had chosen
bis own time to spring It.
At Ihe thought of this Ilrooks worked
himself Into a perfect frenry of fury.
He raged up nnd down the room, curs
ing Willi ims. nnd hurled a ciishlnu to
'the Hoof and ground 1t with his -foot as
thtnuh It were his enemy's hated face
' "Voir have chenti-d me out cif n!llv
Ing, you fiend!" he almost howled!
"And 'fltnY you hnte taken my wife!"'
1 he sound of his own voice startled
and calmed htm, and he peeped out In
Ihe-corridor nppnbenslvely, for feijr
an), one ii(gbt,by chance have been
nUb mid hemd him He was exhaust
ed bv the violence of his paroxysm
Ills, ,hrratb came qui klyMfi "gssps
nnd be flood wllh staring eyes nncl
heaving bnsSim uiiill the nervous reac
tion set In. Thcjn.he staggered, to tbe
sofa. tiriw himself upnu It alnl burst
Into tears ,
1 he lat'hrv inosp i (Tusli n nns of lirlcf
duration, and It was suit reded, by
deep dejei Hon. He sal lip nljd'gl ill' ed
nt his wait h It wits II ii'clixk. One
after nnothir he got all Ihe jirtlKTs
and inagirlnes there wire, only tn
throw Jllcm Impatiently tn Die, floor
It. wns, Impossible' for him to jrerttl
Ibcra. , ' l
TEiumn1 hnd lieen gone n long tltnf,
What was detaining her what, ex
cept-' " ,
His' face began to twitch. , He rosf.
lit a, clgnrptte, took I no. pulls nt It'and
put,lt,donn. ' .
After all, the chief thing was tho't
she should be successful. - , '
He filled n glass with water third
bellboy 'had brought tip Iced, for 'his
mother-in-law and 'drained ' It At n'
draft Then be 'picked up tlnj news
paper nenrestto hlm'nnd tried fo'trad
again, but It 'was useless, lie thftiw
t. down. . , f , "
What: If Williams bad refused t'o be
persuaded? t t ,- I
The suspense was becoming unen
durable. A look of, determination
came Into his face, and he nenHo the
telephone, but as his band touched, It
ho changed his mind, walked' back' to
the table and lit another cigarette.
Then be went to the window and
stared out at tbe opposite house with
unseeing eyes. Presently hi hand
sought bis watch pocket , The time
piece It drew nut marked ten minutes
past 11. He held It to bis ear. It was
ticking steadily. 1
Only ten minutes s,tm e ho had looked
at It before! Impossible! Fully an
hour had elapsed. Tbe watch must
bare stopped In tbe Interim. Impa
tient, he went to tbe telephone and
asked for the right time. The 'ho
tel clerk replied that It was just ten
mlnntes past 11. On bis way to the
table to get anotbsr.clgarett he hap
pened to catch sight nf himself In
tbe mirror over tho mantelpiece. The
thin, haggard, asben visage be saw
there frightened blm. Hi Isugbrd nerv
ously. As be did so the door behind him
opened. Starting so violently thst he
let fall tlie box of cigarettes, be turned'
airs. Harris, In blb dudgeon, walked
In, followed by Itrth.
' CHAPlEflXIV. ,
AfllUN Mrs r.rooks round
MM Herself jilolie Iu the, .street
W w sbe walked along uiecbnu
' o Rally, istumiedi b) what
bad just occurred. Her heart seamed
to, U pressed down by a Weight, and
her brriltb came painfully througi! her
eonlriicled throat. Hhe ft uld not be
lieve that vvhnt she bin gone through
was mil, the thl)ig was sltf 'mon
st runs, t so utlerl) luinntelMijile., filer
husband;, Joe. for' love of w hum she
bad gh'en up ii life of ease, for nliora
she haU'lsiruc rlleerfull) Hie trials of
poterty.-ln whon she:' had ilacrd her
entire faith. Ibis man, to whom sbe
bad yelded herself truatlugl). In
whom, up to that hour, she bad be
lieved ns the soul of honor, bad stood
exposed ns a thlif mid a liar.
To save blmstlf from the Impending
punishment of Ills dlsboiieit) be wns
willing to trade the honor of bis vvlfo!
To maintain himself In the, material
ease that bis thieving had brought
them for a few bilef wtel.s In- wanted
her to prostitute herself for money
bad entreated and Ihieuleuid In his
elTorta to forte her In do tills thing!
Ami she, driven to desperation, had let
blm nrmuge a rendezvous for lur with
Captain Williams Iu the Inlters looms:
bb stopped nml leiiud ugiilnsl n
wall for support. A Alolent trembling
bail sebeil her, and tho street lights
vti n wjjjrjjiii about, bee
(To Be Continued)
Mr. nnd Mrs C. V. Cnso Deerlng
who have been visiting on the Isl
and of Kauai for the past month,
returned home last Saturday. For
severnl years Mr. nnd Mrs. Deerlng
have been occupjlng Admiral Deck-
ley's home on King street. Admiral
and Mrs. tlecklcy have been living
nt their beach place, but since tho
arrival of their daughter, Miss Juab-
Itn, have decided to reside In town,
during the winter. Mr. and Mrs.
Dcorlng have taken a flvo jenrs
lease on the Itoth house, on Klnau
street near I'llkol, and will be nt
home Thursda)s to their many
Ono of the most elaborate, dinners
of the week, was tho function given
Saturday evening on board the U, S.
S. Pennsylvania. Captain Pond, who
by the wny Is In command of tho
cruiser, was the genial host; red
roses .were used effectively as a de
coration. Tho ship's orchestra dis
coursed delightful music throughout
dinner. After tho repast, Captain
Pond showed the entire silver ser
vice, of the V. S. S. Penns)lvanla,
which was grcatl) admired by thoso
present. Among tho guests wcro Lt.-
Commantler nnd Mrs. Evnns, Mrs.
Locke,' Mr. and Mrs. L. Tcnney Peck
and Mr. and Mrs, Lange.
Tho event of primo Importance In
thoHamnkun district this week w.n
tho announcement by Mrs. W. II, Kick
ard of tho engagement of her dnugbt r
Nellie, to Mr. Fred Walker, mill engi
neer of tho Hariayua Mill to Panutln
Doth the joung people arc social fav
orites and tho whol ccountrjsldc Is
looking forward too the festivities that
will 'certainly tako place when tlie
marriage Is consummated. Since Ihe
tlmo whin the lata Mr. Itlckard was
manager of tho Honokaa Sugar Co
tho itlckard Homestead has been fam
ous for Its hospitality.
The o'rrlcers of tho English Bhlp
Itedtorci'and the officers of the Ger
man ship A r con a have been n de
cided acqulsjtlon to society during
their 'stay In port, and have been
most delightful hosts on several oc
casions. The large dinner given by
the officers of the Bedford Friday
night followed by i minstrel show
proven great' ,su'ccess, and was
thoroughly enjoyed by ull who at
tended. ' the Advent of foreigners at
rare Intervals docs n'lorc to cause rip
ples on'lfte surface of society, than
any other cause. The enthusiasm of
the debuniante Is especially notlco
alile, on" all occasions where they are
M'r. nnti Mrs. George Qavles enter
tained Tu'esduy ovenlng in honr of
the Senior, Officers of 11. M, S. Ilcd
ford. 'The table was exquisite In Its
appointments, great originality was
displayed lit tho decorations, produc
ing a delightful effect, those present
besides tbe'guests of honor wcro Mr.
and, Mrs. Ocorgo D.ivlea. Mrs. Uriel
Sebr'ce, Captain and Mrs. Corvvln P.
Kccs, Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Hatch and
Mrs. James Wilder,
Judge and Mis. Seldcn Kingsbury,
arrived this morning on tho Mauna
Ken. to be ihe clients of Malor nnti
Mrs, VaUhani3 at Fort Shaffer; this
is the first visit the Klngsburys have
mado to Honolulu since they have
taken up their resilience on Maul.
Formerly while residing In Hono
lulu, they wore great social favor
ites, a, number of entertainments are
being planned in their honor,
Miss Gentna Wadnian expects to
leave tho.iflist part of Januar) tor
Heilln, where sho will finish her
course In munlc, she will study pipe
organ, piano and vocal; this talent
ed nuislcla'n w III be hiIsbciI among
tho yoiingcr sit, whero she Is a
giciH, Bticlal. favorlto.
Japanese Consul Uycno Is ablo to
bo about as uhuuI after tho serious
accident iVihich bofcll him u short
tlmo since, when an automobile col
lided wllh his carriage. This In most
Rrntlf)lnfe to his many friends and
well wishes ,
Tho rocovory of the Japancso Con
sul U)onofrom tho serious accident
which occurred a short tlmo since
when all automobile, collided with
his carf-jage, is most gratlfjlng to
Ills many friends and well wishes,
Tuesday afternoon tlicro was a
meeting of the Wamnn's Auxlllar)
of the Outrigger Club. There was
a large attendance, tea was served,
nnti plans discussed tor tho ensuing
The Germnn Warship Arcona,
Stlinrtje, Commander, Billed Thurs
.AND OTHEH TIANOS.
tttsitttj -piano CO.
150 HOTEL STREET,
day, October tho seventh ,for Snh
Francisco. Marty ' pleasant inter
changes of courtesies between the
officers nnd the towm folk have made
n happy Impression nnd 'their de
parture Is much rogretted. ' v
Next Wednesday, October 13th, Tho
Morning Music' Club will meet with
Mrs. W. L. Whitney nt her homo
1615 Wnghnm street,
'Mrs. Frcar entettatned the visiting
Navy ladles yesterday afternoon wllh
nn'lnfoimal lea at her Punahou street
General and Mrs. McClojtan enter
tained in honor of Captain Benson of
the flagship Tennessee with fa dinner
on Sunday evening. Others pre'oiit
wcro Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell,
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs l.ilsli
and Mrs. Jones. t
Mr. George Drown left iTucsdny
oh the Mauna Kca, to visit tho Vol
cano Houso. '
Lieutenant Frederick Kllgore of V.
B. M. C. Is visiting tho Volcano of Kb
,Mrs. W. II. Itlckard of (tonokna, Ha
waii, announces tho engagoment of
her daughter Nellie,-to Mr. Fud W.
Walker of Paaullo, Hawaii.
Miss DAlicntyna entertained with n
luncheon on Thursday at two o'clock.
The affair was a violet, luncheon, ami
very dnlntll) carried .out. About ten
young ladles wcro present.
Admiral Barry gave a moat enjoj-
able little luncheon 'on board the Weal
Virginia last Sunday afternoon for
Governor and MrsFrear and General
and Mrs. McCICIian. Bight guests wcro
Major nnd Mrs. Wadhnms gavo n
very delightful' dinner Inst Miintlav
evening to 'Lieutenant Moses, tho
Misses Damon, 'tho Misses McClellan,
Misn Dcatr(co Castle. Lieutenant
Hhlmes nnd Lieutenant Landchberger
An your lip whit,
yorir cheeks colorless,
ears transparent 7
And do you look thin
Li. v.. .j
(Meat, eneerfulcfaco, h every
sTiU oi Ajcra oarscpsniui.
J5 If yoyrVap'hiUu is poor( your
yfMUo'nirrfect, anj yon U
Vsktou andTroalc.j'o'u ought to
'4WVi ' Kw ' '- . '' I
It lpli all Impurities from the
Moid, and gives strength and vigor
to the nerves. It fill surely re
store' you to health.
A no; nattr, After' 8ar
pmrllla cottfntn.ino alcohol.
Thar are many. imitation
Ba aura you get "AYER'S."
fsssMil k Dr. I. C.A.itC.'. tnill. tw ,V Is.
AVm yilXB, tk Dm ttmllr UaaUv. .
Old-style straight Ken
tucky Dourbdn. Conti
nental was the favorlt
of the Southern gentry
of "befonb the war" pe
riod. 'A good," 'honest,
friendly -old 'whlsksyV
W. C. Pcacpck
'& Co.; Ltd.,
ii ri. jT-hs
m.Vi. m ii
Jj. HOPP & CO.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
CAtTOatlA haa met with pronounced favor on the part of physicians,'
pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
with results most gratifying. The extended use of Castoria U unquestionably tho
result of three facts I 1st, The indlspatablo evidence thut It is harmless j 3ncl,
That It not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nervos, but assimilates the
food 8r1, It lean agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oil. It is absolutely
safe. It doe not contain any opium, morphine, or other narrotlo and docs not
Stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Conljal, etc
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to enposo
ianger and record the means of advancing health. The day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignorance ought to end, ro our knim lcl-e, Cas
toria ia a remedy which produces composure and health, bv r.i'ttl illnx tho
SysUm not by stupefying It and our readon aro entitled to t lie information.
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