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the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
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63 Alexander Young Building.
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every evening because it gives information of a most
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tains the message of the person who has lost some
thing, found something, or has something to sell. In
likewise,, when you have lost something, found some
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, HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTINO.
nerience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr.
ii fOWlVUf " hi It '
M.R. LAWRENCE H.-XENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar-rJ-
rived' fro Oakland," 'Oil.; and he is now employed by.M. E..
i mVA'. -Mr.ent is raa experienced man, in this line'ofi
.. - ,. JtnatnAx nnrl n a nt-nnHral ftmhnlmer has, had 16 Years' tX''Ji
receive all .business entrusted to our, care. Jn, Kent is, also a lady un
dertaker and-will-cart; for, the female cases, "which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive hero within six weeks' time.
M. E.. Silva's-llhdertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St. Phone 170. , Night Call 1014.
Maloti, the celebrated Indian Chiro
podist, reWjvetf (oriis painlessly
nnd pormiitiimtly'. ' Territory
House, C4C So. Ilh St., 4443-lw
, Nuuanu and Pauahl Bts.
phone 697 "It you want a cook,
Rood boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatio Studio,
17C lleretunln, Phono 33.
M. E. Silva are 'now prepared to
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Novelized From Eugene
Walter. Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
Cc-urlf M, l0. b- 0. W. Dllllntim C.
"You arc the one man 1 know whom
t wou'd never have rupeeted of bar
tering n trearury of such homely plat
Itjtdcs," stie, suld.neornfiill.v.
"If It wcro only n queitlon of for
cUlusn man who h.id Binned so weak
ly n-t that, but It Isn't," ho went on.
"More Is Involved his nlisolutlon and
salvation by duty If not by love. Em
ma, you are .loo Brooks' wife. You
took oath before Ood nnd j on meant
It then to slklc by him In adversity
as In prosperity, to help him In tlmo
of trouble. Your aca Is by his sldo
now. Yours Is the ouly hand that cat)
She rose and placed both of her llttlo
cloved hinds on his shoulders nnd
looked Into his eyes.
"Do you believe what you arc telllnrr
me. Jlrasy Smith?" she asked gently.
"Po you. sneaking from your Inmost
hp-t. order me to return to tho arms
st 'hot man?"
Ho rose, holding her wrists firmly
ii-ulnst bis, shoulders nnd spea'ring
vlth Intense' oaruettnesi: '
"Emuin, thcro Are some thlncs on
this earth that wo'ru called on to do,
ordained by an all wise and jf crclfu!
1'rovldcnce. We may not like to do
them, but It Is not a matter of Inclina
tion. Wo. havo to, tnnku our decisions
by the rule of right or wrong. Is It
right or Pi It wrong? It's an arbitrary
rule, but I guess It works out for the
best In Ihc cud.. It has nlwnys seemed
to me so. Therefore I say go back to
Joe, jour hushir.d. Joe pleads to your
heart that was Ills. 'Tell her,' ho said,
'that I'm inoic i-orry thin I can ex
preps; that I'm sorry and miserable.
Tell lirr (hat there It no light In life
without her.' Tlioso wcro about his
He releaVcd her wrists. Flic hr.l Us.
lelicd, to lilui nt the. last Willi averted
fnee that vrns bloodless and looked
ghnrtly under Us unit of tin tan. Sho
walked away wrestling with hcrrelf.
Smith stocd ns lmp.islve tin fate.
Hut nu his brow n diiinpnets hid gith
erwl. nnd she li:td,M'cn.ttiu sweat heads
tow there ns he spoke.
The little coot clad, form with Its
clinging Hklrt returned rlnw ly.
t'JImsy, whydliUhu ilurk;e iau to
tell me there thlngsP'
"Why? J, don't know. Itecansn I'm
lili frlcr.d and your. ! ruppose. lie
eauso there, was no one rl.'e could do
It." ' .
"And like (lie'-cocd man you nre.
you were governed In jour decision by
the rule of right nnd wrong."
"That was about It, If you cut out
Ihc quallllcntlon of me."
"And. having bceu Influcncrd to ns
Fiimo this rnlo of ambassador by a
sense of duty nnd loyalty, feeling
bound to do so.frr the viry re.ison that
would .hnvo deterred n man of ordi
nary moral caliber, you wou'd have
mlhcrcd to the'rulo though every word
of your couiiM-l had been to you ns the
tear of n white hot Iron and Its utter
ance had lieeli death."
I'or the first time In her life she saw
a look of sternness pnss over his face.
And It was mingled Ith pain.
"Iliuma." he said, "1 guess we'll go
down now, 'And we'd better take a
short cut. If there Is oue, or we won't
be home for dinner. , You must be
hungry, nnd, of nil the"
"No, Jlnisy, hear Inc." sho Interrupt
ed. "You must and shall hear me.
You have said what you had to Bay.
Now It 'Is 'my turn, and I, too, will
spenk plainly. You believe you know
I nm'nudihlw'aya have been n good
woman. You believe that, I was faith
ful, ns far as was humanly possible,
to the spirit ns well us tho letter of
my marriage vows, mndo fervently,
trustingly. I swore to lore nnd honor
Joe Ilrooks. It was easy, for I did
then loo and honor hlui beyond un
derstanding now. Put neither love
nor honor Is kept nllvo eternally by the
lrlne of au oath In tho face of de
lusion and wortblcssness. Gold was
tinsel; diamond was glass. You were
witness to the slow murdering of love,
and. you saw It Btrnpgled and thrown
down at the, last as he would havo
strangled mo bail you not prevent
ed." He would have awoken, but she
checked him with a ccsturo of com
"No, don't Interrupt. Hear me to
tho end.aud then apeak, 'What Is this
thing tunt'you arc' asking mo to do?
You nro asking ufo to go to a living
death, to make of my. heart n scp
ulehcr'of nil sweet or elevating omo.
tlon, to surrcndcfmy llps;to tho fetid
kiss of an Iscarlot, to deliver my body
to his loathsomo embraces, whllo my
soul sickens with disgust and horror
my body that'ho would have betrayed,
hired out for 'a piece of sllVcr nnd,
glontlpg, taken back -again., 'You nro
asking mo to Immolate myself with all
that I hold sacrrd'aiuT beautiful on cm
altar that vou stvlo dutv. Now nnnlv
f your rule to this. Is It right? Is It
wrong? Oh, Jlmsy, answer mo! Be
fore aod, Is It right?"
Shu stood trembling with the vehe
mence of her defense nnd tho strength
of her 'feeling, her arms outstretched
In Interrogntlon nnd appeal,
A t;reat fljli wns the Indication of
- im - TETrimBBy?
HONottiLf), 'T. It.', SATUltfiAVOCxTiSri!)!). ' "
rTf" " "i ' Tf T '7 7,
conflict tTiMt was raging In rintlli's
heart, nnd for cue rlngle, 'jtl!it fie
mak of Impenetrability fell from his
fare. ' h ,t
Bho rend 'the nnswer' there, v" '
Itcmovlng feverishly the g!oo from '
her 16ft hard, she forced from her
finger tho wedding ring that In (lb .
years had thhtened closely" upon It
nrd hurled It from h?r. It rlenctietted
on a rock ni.d went liutiri'lng over be
outer edge of the platrau far down
Into the pathles, t.inglcd bni'irof The
almost perKndlcular declivity. '
Pmlth tui-.ie 1 nway In silence, nnd In
silence they made their way In-k
along the llltle path up whlfli they
had cn:nc. Neither spoke, even at the
dlllleult places w hen he stretched out
' Iih hard null helped, her with Its
strong, ftuvtalnlrg chsp.
Jlmsy was grave and abstracted. In
hli rietliscnane he had f.runk Ion
deeply of the waters of knowledge,
nnd they were bittersweet, heavily
Impregnated with regret nnd dismay.
Umma bad discovered the roVret
which for jenr lid had guirded so
Jealously nnd oh. the blissful tcrturc
of It! had ieiealedto lilm that s!i;
locd hltn. This wns.'the outcome of
his self Kirrlflclng nilsilon on belnlf
of tho hu'tittid who stocd Jietwcen
tli"m with the right of tha might of
law nnd the romc-nllon nt:d whose
truct was l'i the keeping of Ills honor.
Hli role of pl.ilcr.L' friendship was
ended. Ills prll!:wl rlitlmis wl'Ii
the woman who was ilwrr to hlii
than life could no longer be main
talmM. The home of'tlie Ilnrrla Mm
lly could no longer be tlie refuge of
his loneliness, the plcas-nt oasis In
the desert nf his csl'ience, where he
could find cnnolatlim nnl rest for bis
suffering heart, beyond .which be
world My dark nnd Indiscernible.
CIIAPTEIl XXII. ( fc
T was to Ilrooks nn Interminable
week (hat elaitiHl betneen his
vlslt'to Smith anditUo latter-sire-turn
from his mission. P.itinnm
was one 'of bis virtues, Uttv.lng.jnUcn
the decisive step'towTifdrf)'ieco1jclHa.
tlou with 'Emma, lie 'fell rued 'more
than eer for IiIm wife herself. ltd fnw i
her now only ns libo was 'when1 he h.id I
made her lilii bride, only Ins she had
been In the full HowerlrtR'of herfrhap-
sedle iidonitlon. nnd the vision nblded .
i with him by day as well ns by night.
Inthralllug nil his Kenses.
That the rapprochement would bn
cffcclrd he ciitirttilncd'rio'doubt what
ever. Her present position, he was
convinced, must be Inttlerable. lie
nlnmird to make her ho&ecomlng n'n
orcnrlou of fcsthlty that would mark
the beginning of a new. unending hon
eymoon. He h.id learned, much from
the desolation of a hiielessllfe. Tiling
that had bored hltn would now be de
lights. He would comport himself dif
ferently lownrd her In many wnys.
He spent bis leisure time nfter bul
Hess hours nnd on tho Sunday white
Smith was nwny In looking up npirt
incuts nrd In ut'ier prepaiallons ffr
the resumption of 'hoii"M(ejiliig.jilwt.
In elaborating the progfummii of cele
It wns wll'.i eagfrnern aud rotiD.j
drnre that he repaired to 'Smlth'si
loJglngs on J'orday evening., hailn;
arceitalr.rd nt Hie bnardlrg house dltr- j
Ing the day tint Ids friend had re-,
turnrd t'l-it inrKili'S from, his trip out I
of town. ' ' !
Sinlth was of tro frank.n nature to
keep him fir one minute iiuQer tho Oc
lujlon he raw by III manner he en
tert.ilneil. Hmmii hid demonstrated'
to him the Imposslbl'lty of, living with
her husband mid the fiitllliy iif.'furllier
effort to that eiid-fhown him that n
new and brighter flame, nil consum
ing, nil purifying, hid enveloped her
heart nnd that It hid purged'' It of
every trace of the old slain sentiment.
The knowledge that It burned for him
made his present task n peculiarly
hard and painful one. " "
"I'm sorry. Joe," he said, nlmost be
fore his visitor Unit seated himself,
"but there's nothing doing." ,.
Brooks' expectant snillo' died -out.
vou mean notklnz doli7?
there? Weren't yun able
to seo her?"
"Yes, I kaw her, and sho refused. "cw.
She will havo nothing further to do ' '"" !:"0,v ,,iat " ,lot lr"'" rc
with you." ll J tunic 1 Smith earnestly. "I hale dout
Incredulity gave placo qulck'ly to Iftf-'i nil I could for yon."
ter dlssppolntment. ' ' 1 "Yei. you hive!" rneerrd Brooks.
"How's that? What dld'ypu rajr to ' "Y'!iy don't you nant us to make up?
heri" ' . I'o ju't think I don't know? Do jou
"I told her thnt jou wcre,fendlncnv think I liawn't seen that you've been
straight life, nil about your clrcum- Jerlous of mo cier since Ilmm.i turned
stances, that you ere -sorry for w'lut ,ou down? Do you"
had occurred and that l:U future, ,lt l "JCe.""
would be nil different rind you would
do everything In your'powcrtp make
her happy. I told her that you-loved
her moro than ever, But it was ui
"Didn't you advise her to 'make un?'
"I did. Joe. I urged her ,'to"forget
and forgive,' plended hard foryou, told
her I thought kUe ought to ( return i to
you. Sho mi Id she could havo'forilvcii
the matter of money, but that In send
ing her to Captain Williams' that night
you killed every bit of her lovo for
you nml she would never pardon.yoiir
net ns mug ns sue urew urenm, ;no is
dead to inn for nil time. dcad1u,Cd bur
led,' she snld. I hate to havo, to tell,
you tbrso bard things, but ymi asked'
mo to act fcr you, and I a in bonnd In
common horerty to give you tho result
just as It Is."
t'Yon bollcvo Bhe really m?ant It?"
"I am conWuccd she did nnd that
nothing will mako her change her
"It's all rot!" remonstrated Brooks,
nngry and aggrieved. "Sho knew sho
was talking rot too. She herself told
mo that nothing happened to her when
she went to Williams'. Sho gave him
some roft talk, cried a little maybe
when the pleaded for me, nnd because
ha liked her ho gavo hpr tho paper re
leasing me. That's nil there v-as to lt
it was as cnt.v as runuig mi n o, aim
I don't seo why 'p should still U?
ii , hi 1-1.1
Fed "All In?"
More than likely you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Bowels to become weak
and inactive, and if such is
the case, you ought to take a
You'll find it lust the medi
cine ou'vc been needing. It
will tone and strengthen the
"inner rcan" nnd orcvent
Sick Headache, Billiousncss.
Kidcsy Troubles, Dvsncpsia,
Indigestion and Malaria.
Por sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllstcr Drug Co., Ltd.:
! Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo D'Ug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
ira..ing cuch n furs about It. do you?"
"I think I do. You took ths chance
i that something might happen to her.
ion must haxo expected that It would,
nnd you were reparcd to shut your
eyes ro long ns'sl.e gqt wh.it you want
ed. Thai's what nhe can't overlook."
, "Then jni think she dl.t right In
"That Is n queslkn I'd rall.er not
pass upon. It ain't nny inrt of what
you nr.'.id me to do."
'But I want to know what you
"And I'd rather not express any
cplnlor.s i no way or the otli r. I'm it
fil't'd of both if you, urd ;ou ought
Hot ( .ik me sueh n thing"
"Oh. jru ueoiln't be nfrnld! You
know us welt ns I do that snmethtiig
t.lrl trt l.f. l,,l,.tllllll, lit lllH'O. llllll
I .l.nH.. .1..... .... ..II...M ...... ..., ,. I, ,,,,,
I UVI I' ,,.!', 111! .11111-1 ,1.1, H1, U. I, 1.1111.
by getting her to see Williams. In tho
morning It would Ii.im been too l.ito.
She's making u mountain out of it
molehill, and 1 shouldn't wolidir It
you'ie been helping her, with your
"Thanks. I didn't bring that sub
ject up nt ull-necr opened my mouth
"You must hive rubbed her temper
up the wrong wny. then. 1 ought to
havo seen her myself. I might hae
known you'd bungle tho whole, busi
ness." "Joe. I ill 1 the ery best for ou I
could, the best I knew how. Inui
Imagine" how you feel about It, nnd
Pin sorry for you, real sorr fur
Ilrooks made a sniagc dlic for the
matchbox nnd relit his cigar that had
Ijok here, Jlmsy," ho said. "I
don't want your pity nor anybody
else's. I ought to havo seen her my
self, nnd then everything would havo
been O. 1C. I could have fixed It up
wltlHher In two minutes. I will seo
her nt ence. (live me tho address."
"It would be useless nnd would only
make millers worse. I can't."
"You mean you won't?"
"Well, I won't. If you wish mo to put
It that way."
"You Imo no right toHtnnd between
a man mil hli ulfe."
"No, Jc p. and Ood Is my witness tlint
I wouM not wittingly do Mich, a thing
for nil enrlh has to offer."
Brookn rose excitedly, tin ugly scowl
on bis, f.ico.
"There Is spmo other motive for
HiIV he said, "and I'll tell jcu wlnt
' " ' " l011 ' "'"" "s " '"." to.
1 reth-r nalii, It ain't to your Interest
i You're rtandlng In with that mother
fiKlth nlso roro nnd faced hint, very
wnue. nil the Kindliness genu from
."Do you think I don't know why
you've been snooping around her
sklrti, Installing jourself ns one of
the family In my home? I'm not blind
when It doesn't rult ,mp 'to be. nnd
Pvo had enough of being fooled nnd
wulkrd nll'oier by eicrjlwdy who
wnilteil to wlpo their fret on me."
"Jce, ipj- boy, you ilon't know whit
you ro saying, nnd you'll bo sorry
iwhcn you cool down."
"Sorry nothing!'' Brookj shouted, be
sldo himself with fury. "You make
me sick, with your blow tall: nnd oily
wajsl Wlnt do you think I ntn?
You'll give me that address this min
ute, or by heck I'll hack It out of your
Brooks, picked up n Jackknlfo w hlcli
at the time of'bls arrival 'Smith had
been using to cut the leaves of n
book aid rushed nt him.
Jlmsy'H big hands descended on both
his assailant's wrists. Brooks was
stron. but ho strained In vain lu the
grasp nf Iron, Ills right arm slowly
weakened and tViMcd gradually until
the finger opened and with n groan of
pnln he dropped (he blade. I'mltli con
tinued to IwlFt until he bad wrung nil
tho fight nut of him nnd he had him
I Imp and helpless, Then he let him
gu u:-d pi ! h! l"; the knife
(To Be Continued)
ii v r TI WHfii ""
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I Cottngc. Wanted Two bed looms;
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Apply W. W. W. th!a oRlre.
horse, 1C hands high.
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Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Japanese Private Cooklag School
rnmlllcs or holels supplied with
rooks. C. M. Malzlc. 1 1."7 Auid
l.nno. Phono (CGI.
Pass book No. 4017 of the American
Savings & Trust Co. of Hawaii In
tho name of Auu Ke.ilo. 4440-Ct
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Once you use the Kee Lox
you'll have no other. They're
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Ribbons of all colors
all kinds of typewriters.
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4fS"rV ,,wim4 It
fc r ' t.
One Imnc mule, well broke nnd fteii
tie. lirlto $100. One id ilnliliici
harness, price $"0. Otic douhle
sentod hack, lilted with polo nti.t
brstko; In llrEt-c'.nss condlllon;
sultnblo for touniry; price tioo.
City Peed Store, r,21 Beretanlti St.
Perns Australian mid other varie
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mid Btephnolls pljitls. I'or pnr
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Itoom and board In private family,
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Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without hoard. Mrs. P. I).
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We are in line
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Perfumed and Tlain.
J mt ask for the kind you
Lehnliordt't Candies always
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mow wrnrcv-t-M .
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