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BVBNlko fiULtJrtlM, JtOKOttTLM.l. It., MONDAY, OC?. 18.
ineie Emolovment Association.
Nuuanu and Pauahl Sts. Call up
phone 097 It ou waut a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio,
176 Horcinnin. mono ja.
Yee Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
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Mine. Lambert from Parti will open
this month a school for joung la
dles Mho desire to know how to
tnaka their own dresses. Harri
son illoclt. Ucretanla and Fort.
Woven Win Mattresses repaired tt
the Factory Honolulu wir Bed
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Dnlienberc & Farrar, .Architects. 82
63 Alexander Young Building.
Telephone 276. " r I
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clean. Uses least ice
TENNIS and GOLF
Are just ahead of a good naeal(Jy
Ij'.r ifir p ' v ?i
On the Auto- Route.
M. Phillip & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS,
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
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Novelized From Eene
Walter! Great Flay
JOHN.. W. HARDING.
Coprrllht. IJ08. t G. W. tNtnnlhin C
"L-Know It Is true, Joe, nnd so do
you. I wanted to go to mother with
out baring nil this talk;. hut now that
wo. haro to talk let's, be frank with
each other nnd with .ourselres. And
you try to appreciate the truth as
much ns you ore able. To begin with,)
It seems that Ilbate been alone In not
realizing how worthless you are; My
father when we were to be married
warned mo not to tako you unless I
though you Indispensable to my hap
piness. You know that every one else
,put It a little t more bluntly. But I
thought, I loved you I'm sure I did.
Now it seems, utterly bejond belief.
But then It most have been lore. I
mistook your egotism, for a deeper
'sentiment, a determination zt nurnote.
'and I thought In my girlish .way that
the things you preached about social'
Urn. the cruelty of tbo rich and all
tlrt meant that you were noble, self
si .lacing, even brilliant 'Now I
I . . -, .
Hitw the difference. You fight capi
tal T Uod sometime is Kinu o a ngiu
er, but he enn't hnc much use for a
man who whines."
"You belleted me then, Emma," he
said brokenly, "you know you 'did
you know you did."
"That's the wonderful part of It.
I've,, always bettered you till tonight,
nnd now I know I never' should havq
bcllcied you. You'va always been a
liar, nnd you've always been dishonest
at heart. Your Incompetency; tbo way
you vtcfo distrusted by jour employ
en, I thought vns hard luck. Injus
tice. But now I know that you never
were nnd never nlll.be the. least bit
of good, to yourself or any .one else.
You.majrlcd me to help yourself. Yon
tried to disgrace me to hclp'.yourself.
I was willing to meet' tbo situation,
but you couldn't, nnd tonight you
wnntcd to sell me to help yourself. I
pity, you from the bottom Of my heart.
I think. 1'ao told ou tho reason why
I cannot Hie with you any longer."
She rose. ."
"Emma," be supplicated humbly, "It
wllliallibo dltforcnt. Let mo start out
again: Give me another chance. I'll
neer lie to you ngalnnnd I'll never
I take n cent that Isn't my own. I prom'
iso you I won t.
Sho shook her head.
"Oh. yes, you will. You can't help It,
Captain Williams told me tonight that
a woman who was good couldn't be
bad nnd a woman Mvho was bad
couldn't' bo good. It's that way with
men. One who. Is Inherently honest
could never be dishonest; nnd one who
Is Inherently dlshonestconld never be
honest. You nreliotn a thief and n liar,
nnd there" Is no hope for you. You've
struck tho downwnrd path, and you'll
keep on going until the end. If you
ever bad s chanco It was with me, and
jou'o thrown It away. I'm sorry.
more sorry than I ran tell. Goodny."
Ho leaped to tho door, which sho
was about to open, and placed his
hand against It.
"Eramn. you mustn't-go. You can't
go. I w 111 not let you go."
V "I will go, nnd I request that you
will open tho door." sho snld firmly.
Sho grasped tho handle, but ho put
out pis arm nna rorcea nor away.
A "Enough of this, tomfoolery J" he
cried, with a savago scowl, following
her up menacingly as she staggered
back. "I'm your husband, I order you
to stay here, and hero'you'wlll atsyl"
"It only remained for you to strike
me!" she gasped, t
"Strike y6ulr I'll stranglo you If you
ever dnro to try to speak to mo again
ns you have done this .night. I've
borne with' you abd'humorcd you and
put up with your Insults too long.
What I,dld was for,yoUt nnd you know
It. What oii did, about" which you
nro git log .ion reel f such nlra. Is no
moro tbsn'nny wife would do for a
husband .ta ho'd acted ns I did. That's
nlKtncre Isto ltnnd I don't want to
hear nny moro about It now or at any
other tlmcLI'm, master tn this house,
and. I'm going
Ding to remain master.
"You,'nre not my master, and you
can't frighten' me' with your threats,"
sho Vctortcd. "Open tho door this In
stant!" ITe grasped her roughly by the arm
"You take 'your bat off and go to
bed," he, ordered. pushlngJiertowanl
the bedroom. "That's the best place
"Ncvcrp ah pantod, wrenching her
selttfreo and grasping a ase on tbo
tabU to defend"Jcretf irU.."I( you
make ono sjtep towsrd.mo, you coward,
I'll scream for help.";
Rushing at her, be seised her by the
throat and burled her.on, tho sofa, Ills
fingers tightened their grip, choking
"You wlllt leave me, will you!" be
cried, shaking her w(tli all his etrengtb.
"Leave mel foave meUTben you will
leave me dead I", , '
lie did not hear a knock nor the
opening of.tbo door that followed It.
A band gripped blm by the collar,
and his own grasp of Emma's frail
form relaxed. The band swung him
round and sent htm reeling across the
-"Wlmt'i the mailer vdlh. vmi
BrooTcsT'llaint Eid"To winrixnTIns
i Smith stood looking at Mm scorn
Kmma struggled up,; more dead thin
"Ob, Jlmsy," she cried, "lie tried to
kill me because I would not stay with
"All right, r.mmn, you go now," he
I "1fou stop here!" commanded her
husband furiously. "What does this
man mean) by Interfering In mynf-
, "Iguesi that man has n big olnlm
on your gratitude." said Smith. "That's
two escapts you've had toulght-J-cne
'fr6m the penitentiary rami one frptn
tho electric cbnlr. You've a whole lot
to be thankful for If you'only knew It,'
Brooks, but It looks tike yon don't.,"
Emma had reached the door and
hurried out without looking back. Her
husband would have rushed after her.
but between him and the exit stood
the, tall form of Smith, and tero was
something In Jlmsj's look, In the lines
that had tightened about Ids month,
that caused him to hesitate. lie bad
never; ltmslnrd that the, Kind, genial
fnce could take on such an expression.
The eyes had become bard nnd forbid
ding, nnd under their keen gaze tho
man's fceiile rourage wilted
"Brooks." said Smith, "you have no
more rights. You relinquished them
all ,under the. terms of your ileal, with
Emma, and ryott tmc been paid In
full. Of course It you repent of the
bargain Captain Williams, ns n party
to the contract, may be Induced to can
cel the receipt and leave the matter
as It was earlier In the rt.nlng. I
will get him on the phone In n jiffy If
you say so."
A smile so sickly, so distorted with
baffled rage, that It became a hyena
like grimace, flickered on Ilrooks' vis
age. "I see," he Bald. "Yotue nil turned
against mo now jou thliJc I'm )lownv
Well, ns you line, nqnsiacr ie uccn
paid In full. I'm agreeable. I've done'
nothing but sin to for her for flto
vears and !ccn kept down by hcr. I
didn't send her nwny; but, seeing she's
going ngnlnst my wishes, she'll stnj
gone. It lets mo out. In future. I'll,
only have myself to think of, nnd jou
bet I'm going to dp It."
"That's up to you," retorted Smith
Without saying good night he turned
nnd left the room to rejoin Emma,
who was waiting for blm at tho boV
torn of tho elevator shaft. '
ASUED with rain, the stars.
"forgctmenots of the nn
gels" blinked, 1 Imp Idly
( from tho sky of violet blue.
Tho moonlight fioodid tho country,
percolated in' soft, i refulgent enscades
tbrougb'tbo spruces nnd hemlocks and
traced with It" witchery weird urn.
besquestln the glades.
On tho road that ribboned tfirough
the forest and up from the lake walked
Emma Brooks und'her sister Beth, tho
"Von are the queerest girl," sho com
plained. "No ono but you would think
'of coming out In such weather not a
soul. My shoes aro so heavy with mud
I cnmhardly lift my feet."
"Ob, I Just had to! I love It," re
piled Emma. "I simply could not stay
Indoors. I know now what n bird
must feel like when It Is caged. You
must humor me. little sister, I hare
been born again nwnkened to a new
life. My soul, snatched from the swirl-
fire of TOrdldncss, Of sorrow, of base
ness, that seared It, must expand or
burst. My llfq for so long was de
pressed In tho fng, like that we in mo
up 'through today to emerge at last
Into the brightness of the mountain
tops. It Is hard to realise thnt 1 lme
left all this behind and nm free In tho
"You certainly have had a hard time
or it witu mat ncasi, aumittcu isrui.
stopping to take breath.
"Listen!" went on Emma. ' Don't
you ue that chorus of the fro,: mid
the grasshoppers? I think tlwri' h
something weirdly exqulslto In Ukm-
noises of the night thnt we do hot
hear In tho ilty, that I hntc not he ml
for nges and ages. Oh. 1 nMi the
woods hero were full of the old world
nlghflngalo that the (wets so Teed
the heart nf tho night with fire, sitlite
'tho hungry dark with melody.' don't
jour And don't jou Iomi this Iihciicc
nf the sonked earth nnd Its urriurc?
'It lifts me to the cloudi there tlutt
drift' like Filter snow pnst the moon "
tSJio laughed aloud In, her light heart-,
edness, and the Joyous ieal wnt
echoing through the wood.
"Lor", Emma, how ou tnlk!' snld
Beth, man cling at her Bister's exalta
tion, which clio did not understand.
Tl-ey trudged on and upward In !
lenro through the mud, past cheerful
llshts tint glowed through windows
of hungnlowH nnd cottages nmnug the
trees, until they came to a miniature
dwelling ensconced In a bower of
(To Be Continued)
BAND BOYS ON MAUI.
That portion of (ho !lonl Hnunlhn
nond which Ml for Win by tho last
Mmmn Ken nie now being entertained
nn Mniil. Tho baud hiort left tho Dig
Island by tho Mnunn Kea anil they
proceeded tn I.nhalnn. Tho muxIclnuH
contemplate returning tn Honolulu h
"Vh uro jou mnd nt her?"
' I met hei on tho car todav nnd sho
said; 'Oh, let ma piy "r faro!' nnd
I said, 'Oh, ou mustn't,' and sho didn't.
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' KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
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' ' 663 S. BERETANIA II,
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This clip beats any yet made. It
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Just ask for the kind jou
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Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakca St , JIauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12: from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO. 12.
Tel. Office, 500. Residence, 1460.
Dr. F. SCMJRMANN
Comer Union and Bcretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m., 3-6 p. m. .
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
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Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
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