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EVENING BDUiETiN, HONOLULU, T. H.t FRIDAY, OCTOBER' 22, 1909
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Mmi. Lambert from 1'atU will open
thli month a school for young In
dict who deilro to know how to
make their own drcscs. .Harrl
to'n Blodk. Bcretnnta and Fort.
Malotl, the celebrated Indian Chiro-
7 podlst,' removes corns" painlessly
and permanently. Territory
House, 64G So. King St. 4443-lw
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired it
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
no.. 12G0 Alaoal St. Telephone
Doisenberjt ft Farrar, Architects. 62
83 Alexander Young Building.
Japanese Employment 'Association,
Nduanu and Pauahl Sts." "Call up
phone .697 If you want ,'a' cook,
good boy or servants, " ,
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio,
175 Beretaiila. Phono 33. '
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fee. Sing Xee-'Humber and Tinsmith,
1 ' Smith Bt., bet: Hotel. Snd Pauahl.
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Makes Laundry Work Easy
Novelized From Eugene
Waller'e Great Play
JOHN W HARDING
C.prrilhl. DM, k; aw. fellUajhim C
Jinny wnlki.3 ilu'wu tliroiiRh tho
liiurel bower. s. '
-"IScth." lie kald by Way of ..salutn
tlon. "that's tin- must common senso
mountain climbing outfit I cyerVnw."'
' -''It's very rudo to make remarks
about people' cl6thlng' jvben .they're
Hnt .lfttacml tn Piwnlv ' ihn rr.tfirtfl.
not dressed to receive," she retorted.
"You're not privileged to express any
opinion. It's too enriy. But It's quite
Imposslblo to (stay abed with liunn
carrying on ns If It wns the middle of
the 'day. She's been humming all
over the house tslncc 5 o'clock, and
all' that 'because she's going ,for a
'(Why. she hasn't slept n wink -thinking
of her new dress," laughed Emma.
"Well, Both, br the lime you'.vo got
your lialo out of 'curl nnd'cttlc down
l ..'...'.,.... n1,')l.Vi..l fen. Ill," .
shall bo 'several hundred fect'nonrcr
the other cherubs, listening to the sol-
Emm7 thtm"tCTags nv"gor'To"vtTe:
seen to be appreciated. There's no
other way. You understand."!
I YesiKmtqa understood. '
She hid listened to his brief, Unu-
pected eloquence nud had rend UU
soul In the light of the celestial dicker
'bat1had"emanated from It;' had secti
j I bo, glory of It In his face a glory
transient n,n bencon flash, that was
' mtm frmii tt tanl-lnv mill lild f.'ilitttinl
vuv .v... ... IV....UB vtttj ...
noncommittal smile, as ho turned to
her ntid(sald. "You understand."
Ther continued tho climb ,IU silence.
Emma's bosom rising nnd fulling rap
idly upon, the rush and rrlrl of the
torrent that raged beneath It. nliiiojt
sweeping her self control before It.
Jlmsy Indeed loved hcrt - Vfbs hnd
tbU chance revelation of wlint tier In
tuition had divined long tiefbra tore
open the floodgates of her'"owri 'enio-'
tlons? Because It had jet vlbratlug
every choixl of her being, .amtetcrr
cnord of tnnt ticing, as sue una come
to understiind also; was attuned to
his. Together they had beheld, the mir
age of heaven. ,
At the ujiicr edgc'of the forest laby
rinth they emerged on to ,n rocky
plntcnu studded with dwarfed firs and
balsam pucs, but covered tblekly with
aromatic rcrns nnu nmencrry, uusnes.
Jlmsy bared, bis head to Jho cool
breeze that xswcpt tho clearing nnd
watched Emma. who. with n little cry
of delight, hnd stooped among the
blueberry bushes and was gathering n
handful their rlpo fruit. Slie wns
.flow Many 4 You
Fail to read the messages contained in the classified
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every evening because 'it'jjivca information of a most
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of any1 other paper published in, the Islands. It .con
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likewise when you have lost .something, pundsome
thing or have something to sell,"teil ithe oihen read
ers of. the classified columns about it..tttiwiU .jaay
you and the cost is but one cent a "word. '""". j
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i'lCi a treat (o yo tcnlMnj ullh ou. i
j ' .now to'u lore lu?
euin nntbems j)tr the whUperlnglnes.
V"via T ton t.1 Itlm Bilnmn nntliams tit tint
,.:, m .u .u.vu.u ...u. .. .
.wuispering pines.- - ,
1 "Jlinsy, If i didn't know different I'd
suspect you of being a oet. The next
thing wo know you'll bo wearing your,
.half long and pouring out your'soul In
papphlc strophes, like llko Emma,
I "l don't know that I've Rumpled that
particular bruud .of strophes, .nud .1.
iilu't qulto surojthat I ,know Just what
strophes .arc, but It Emma .thinks. they
iro .nil right I'll stand. for ;cm."
"Oh, come on, Jlmsy; .'don't Jlsten to
jer,nouseue," lauglic) Emma,' '
They .started out briskly, Emlna
ihowlng tho' way.
'Do you know. It's a real treat tp go
Wnlklng.wlth you," she said.. "X know
on loyo it. J'vu ncaru you say- so.
ictti can't bear long walks, aud, ns for
no ther, she rarely goes farther than
icr plnzza rocking chair. But I've
ragged Ucth about, and learned every
,iuth through the woods to the' sum-
Its, nnd plateaus. This. 1 .the .sccoud
ummcrll'vo been, here, you know."
DcKcrtlng the bcaton path, they as-
ended thruugh forests .of trees of ev-
cry detcrjptlou,' but. as they proceeded
Along the path, lu places uuklo dcvp.lu
wet ,moss, and puJiUvd athrough uudcr-
Urusli tnat Kept Biuitii piisj- preauing a
way for h(s .dainty but hardy mid
seemingly tireless companion' they
came Into tlio llr, region"; amid hoary
.glauts that shot sheer to such a height
tlist they seemed to form pillars for
tbecunopy of thc-heaveus.. Emma re
garded the great .trees with awe, but
Smith laughed. , die told ber they
were as saplings comparyd with the
mighty .trees of the. west, lie tried
to descrlbo these and become filled
.with IIh; .fever of -Immensity. The
ong uufelt iufluence of tho borderless
nraicies. luo uiuniuioiu uiuuiuuiii
chains far iluug tlu-oulfthe prodigious
spaces of iuo.sum(!,t land,s jhnt dlmiu
lsl'icdthclr proportions, '.wasunou lilm.
II U soul strained 'fo .burst its jethprs
anu soar upwaru into tuc iiipiinc,
yiifro It could expand unrestrained,
lluriilng'worils, never used1, nnlmng
Ined'bcforo in his unlettered' m'l'nd, ndc
uuat'o. to 'depict 'this llbcrut'ed splrltunl-
ity,' surged' tumultuously to his lips'
to dlo there..
I'or the source of their Inspiration, of
tills tremendous flight Into (he, divine
uzuro .from his .regulated rolo of the
'cbiuinonplnqo uod coldly practical, was
tho mo ma n at bis side, the .ouo being
lu,tlio world ,who" was dour to him and
over bad iUcii, ,wnum no naju lit nine
less .rcyereucu luuu (lu, uju ,uoi i.huki-i,
le lii'i)le H hn description uf 'tho
forest' plants aud vast freedoms of
tho west ,wltl,u cquclislon lu tils or
dinary street surface language,
'"Hut there It's no uso mo trying to
do any lecture platform stunts. I
u-nsu'f born'wllli tho lfjL,of. the gab.
'This- unhenvnl. sddden nnd almost
qvcrpowerlnglj' violent though It was,
wis"'not of "the morning's forming.'
She had known tho culm,. sympathetic!
westerner as ho had reminded Cnp
tain .Williams over slnco she was .n
girl In .short frocks. Sho 4ad soon
corao.to look upou;hlm.iv.n.lg broth
er,' Vf Ith jWhom alio shared ;her .girlish
,troub)cs ai)d Inwljom ,she rimfldeil
freely, 'naturally, ns 41 natter pf course..
AVhcp she .hnd hecpniod jtopinii and
he- had sought her for bl'' brldo she
had hot been nblc. with all her liking
ror mm, io pring ucrseii io euimuer
mm in tue ngui ui a iutr.
After the scales formed thcro bv.tho
blandishments and personal pulchrl
tudo of Brooks hnd fallen from her
eyes and sho. saw. that she had bowed.
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UUWU lUlIU VU11, 'LWlflKCIC-llVll Ul
piaster lusieaii umpMwu ,111 .uiu uvnii
she ,lujd Resigned hc,rijclf jp the ,lot
desthiy had' brpuglit JieTr. nntT.sought
to. ujnk,e w pcit of lt'lKc(thc pure
woman ,sjic was.'t Iiousehpld 'dr'udgery
and the, stern verltlcs'of 'her 'fxl8lciicc;
hnd'vriu'nnlihed tind put' to 'flight all
her .Illusions. -Love 'was a 'delusion.-
It. was- not what she had. conceived Jt
to be. .It existed in perfect, .ideal
form only .In the Imaginings of the
poets and litterateurs. Hnd juiy ,on
suggested to her -.that .Tlisy .Smith
washe doppsttwy of, It, thnt his heart
win tho httar on which the Bncrexl Are
burped unuucticlmule, that uudej lie,
cnist or ,pis unemotional manner tviis
a quiescent volcano of passion that1
could be routed to stupendous erup
tion,' she would hare laughed. '
.' Sh'e brought a heap of blueberries to
him and poured them Into his joined
hands', aed they seated themselvej on
a rock to eat them and .to reit.
"!TliI Is the most enjoyable picnic
I've hnd In years," she said gayly. "It
was qulo nn Inspiration of yours to
run up to visit it's. Why don't yon
come often Instead of spending your
week ends In the (sit city? You ought
to tnke n vacation and stay here for a
few weeks." ,
""I'd. like to awfully," he told her,
'ftut the fact Is I'm too busy to think
of getting nway. Williams Is piling a
whole lot of work nnd responsibility on
me these days. Williams, yon know.
Isn't what you'd call nn.onsy boss. If
he rnl'cs n man's salary he sees to It
that he gets his money's worth. He
pimply won't l.c iKithcrcd, even with
matters that nln't precisely details."
"It's because he trusts you, Jlmsy,"
she assured him with an Intonation
perilously near to tenderness.
"So you.scc," ho went on, "It's easier
to talk about holidays than to get
them. I shouldn't be here now, fur
Pm working Sundays ns well ns other
days nt present, only that I had to
come vfp on n matter of Importance."
Oil," she said, with n pout, "I
thought you en me tp Fee us for our-1
FelveM. pot on n business trip. No
Wore berries for you."
"I ennio for tho 'express purpose of
seeing yoit aud of talking to you
Her heart fluttered violently, suOTocat
fTo uio alonci"
-"Yes. I've Been Joe."
The pronouncing of ihcr husband's
nniuo wns to her as n heavy blow..
Sweet, timorous expectancy, hot, tur
bulent blushes that she had bent to
jiltle vanished Instantly, nnd sho look
ed up nt him startled,
' "Jpe walked in on me Arc nights
ago. He .looks well nnd Is doing well."
What Js that to mo?"
The words camo lu chilling accents',
and her ejvs grew hard.
"Emma", do you remember that on
that night Just before you learned the'
truth I. told you about that chap In
Experienced bookkeeper, mercantile
hoUsc. state experience, ago nnu
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1)., this oince.
Wanted Three good, nctlfc cner-i
getlo young business njr good
commission. Apply C. A. 3., Bul
letin oftlcc. t M43.tt
Cottngo Wnnt.cd Two bedrooms;
near car line; will pny'hblmt 1".
Alijily W. W. . this oince.
Cottage or rtinmo nrnr car line;
couple; Kulnmki prefened.-. Ad
dress IS!., Ilullctln. ' 4ltl-2t
horse, 1R hands high.
1120 Kort St. 4lU-(il
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin office.
Japancce Private Cook I a ( School
Families or hotels supi11edwllh4
cooks, c. M. Matile. 1467JVUW
Lane. Phone 1C64. '-
CHAPTER XXI. .
8 she had grown wise, and come
to look upon Jlmsy's visits lis
pleasant breaks in tliQ,;noiio't
ony of her exUteuce,' however,
she had obtained glltupxes of bis Inuor
self, flashes. uf the profundity .of his
rulud. qu Inkling of, Jils, eleyatlpn of.
seutimeni luni escapeu iiiui, m spue
of himself, qiiltu uuconscloitsly. II?r
.wouiuiCs .kiMin .perccpthur had uivinctt
nKTilrliiinlllv Unit was burled 'tiurnosc-
ly (jy speech nnd .cnduc.t. 'This, llad,
liitcre'sted ber aud glveii her fopd'fpr
thojiht,but,jhe could find rid "satis
factory1 explanation The clow, to tho'
mystery, which; truth to tell. Interest
ed her ibut mildly, had come to her
first ou tho evening of her husband's
attack on Cuptalu Williams In. the lit
tle Ilnrlcui tflat, when., after ,hc had
let fall and smashed tho cup, ho. hud
remarked .a llttlo ruefully that he had
let slip -overy tiling, ue nnu.ey:cr.p,ia in
his life .that wna worth ,whl)6., 'SUt
coDflriuntlon, of ber deduction that his
liniYMiuitMl Iova for herself had been
tho death of ambition and 'nccountrtl
for his aimless, lonely existence, which
sho had-been Inclined to reject ns ab
surd, wns obtained on that momentum
night .Just before her- husband cxln-.
gutshed utterly nnd forever tho few
embers of lovo for him that still .were
live. After ho had told .her the .story
of his life In ' his uualut. everyday.
sicoc!i and ber heart. had gone out to
dim In, tnnt burst or:)rrcpressime sym
him .bad uncovered bis secret , lis ,lu n
book, orip, that moment sho had .seen
.beyond ttho ijiefo jaturt'of tlmd mod
esty.'''' ' ,
'Latqr.'nftur HioBhock1 of .Bropjc' ac
tion had ceased' to obsess her .anil be
had receded further' and further Jo
ward a memory, she bad set free her
Itnprlsoncil Inclinations. Once more
her rejuvenated fancy had taken wing
io tho.iefglis of. tho Ideal end roman
tic. Somehow .It iau .como to asso
ciate Jlinsy with Its excursions. Pos
sessor of his secret, sbu bad set herself,
whllo disguising her task with cuu
lilijg, to the dangerous study of. (bo
heart that bad Held it so long inviolate.
The kndwledgo'that ho Joyed ber wltli
iucli"ktead,f;ijt intensity reulpdjed 'love
on hid ucuil nsnes per uusuanu nau
(eft bcli'lud,' nud for tho vcry'rea'seir
mat Jinisy ueirnyeu nu Benumenia in
nothing, held unswervingly to .tho lino
of conduct toward hcrhe bad followed
ever since sho had refused to. take seri
ously his offer of marriage, this, loyo
had grown stronger, .fiercer, .until It
had filled .her life. Shu saw that she'
hail passed happiness by. Sho exalted
llinsy's secret passion until In her
Imagining ho, became 'the Incarnation
of noblcuess, of desire, of rill mortal
Pnss book No. 4017 o( the American
Savings & Trust Co. of Hnwnll In
the name of Auo Keajo. ,4140-tit
rerns Austrnllnn nnd other varie
ties; nlfo logs, baakets, begonias
and stcphnotls plants. I'or par
ticulars call on Mlssi'Sohnsan, l'ort
street, near Vienna Bakery
Itutuhoiuely tnnned and moutited
. Alaskan grizzly rug. Address
Horse nud surrey; $100 cash. Ad
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l-'uinlthed front rOdin; 110 per
-month. Small hciusckceplng
,y room, EUllable for one person, S3
per taonlli, nt li03 Nuuaiiu St.
Itooin nnd board In private family,
Mnklkl District; for two gentle-
, Aii:ot'i nr cciple;i Addrcrs S But-
leiliilce y ili'J-tt
Largo furnished rooms' for Indies,
r.vlth or .without board. Mrs. V. D.
Wlcke, 124S Ilerctanla Ave.
Furnished rooms fur housekeeping.
700 Quarry St., cor. Alapnl.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
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Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
TWIN". IIL !IHMIJ9.VSVXZ7irC31Uk-?.
"t)ovou'(cHci'c ufmt ou (ire tiUlwjwe,
Jlmty Smlfhf "
Denver who was long 'on loyo .aud
short. ou honor and kind of took the
.ylcw. that it was his wife's placo .to
orcriooie tnpigs ana neip nim gec-
;"Well, I'm sllll of that opinion."
"Do I understand that you that
.She did not unlsn the sentence, but
sat gazing at him w)th vyldo eye;,
ktarl: vylth agony and nmnzc.
"I guessed .you'd be kind, of sur
prised to bear from him. Slnco you
left Joe he's been .leading' a .strictly'
iioncjRt life. He hns u good Job In a
mnl; nt a good salary, has saved mon
ey, ai.d all ha wants Is for y on1 to for-'
give, nud forget nnd start over ngnln.
ice's nil .right now, there's no doubt
nt'oift that,, for 1'vo looked up tho rec
ord he's made slnco von'vo been, conn-
rated. Not only thnt,.but liojoves' you
more than ever. That's gospel truth, ,
VForgl'vo .aud .forget! Yes, .1 have
forgoMcu, and olillvlop enshrouds for-
Eiyenees wiui it. josepu iiroous is'
(load, ns dead for mo as though hu'
were lu his crave. I have even ceased
to'benr his name. Sometimes i linvo '
wondered If ho ever existed. It I re-
jneiuberhlm It. Is as one recalls n night
mare rrum wuieu cno u gina to iiavo
She laughed a little mirthless laugh
And,, plucking a fern branch, begnn to
pick 'the .fronds from 'It nervously, let
ting them, fall to tho ground.
"That's all very well, Emma," ho
objected gently, "but Joo Is nono tho
lees very much .alive, and he Is your
husband. You mustn't forget- that
eyer., 'And he's nil right, I honestly
believe. If he-did fuU'lnto'tcuiptatlbii
ho meant -well. He thought holcould
put tho money back easily enough,
nud ho, wanted you tq.havo mora. corn-
rort ami n.o nappy, iiio nest of us
nla't no better than we should bo If
you come right down to .tho contem
plation of , tho naked fiict. Ypu know
thijt (11(0 .hpok says, "Diero i notV n
Just ninp upop cirtli tljut loe'tji j;iiod
ami sliineth not,' .To mu the man win
Is tealsorry for having done wrong,
especially when lilt wrongdolpg had
such n pardnnablu motive ne Joe's hail,'
U ns good ns ho was beforo ho did the
(To Be Continued)
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