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Novelized from Eugene
Walter's Great Flay
JOHN W. HARDING
CepjrbjM. IMS. by 0. W. Dllllof htm Cat
RUISKI) nnd dazed, aching all
over mid very weak, llrook
lckcl himself up nnd mado
his v-ny lo the street, lip hnd
now reached, tuo extreme, of hopeless,
nets nnd desperation, Everybody, tho
whole wcrtd. was against him, except
Jlmsy Smith, nhd he could do nothing
for him. The only being who had
loved lilm had shrunk from hltn with
dread, refused htm the sacrament of n
last kiss, besought In charity.
lie hardly knew how he got there;
hut he reached home without molesta
tion nnd mounted' by- tho stalrw'ny tin
perceived to his room. Once Inside he
locked tlic door''nnd turned on the
light. It was at least gratefully warm
there, and be'wns nflast safo front
the clutches of the law.- ErCnpc lay at
lil.i hand. In n moment all would be
Nothing had been disturbed during
It'-absence.- ,Tborevplvcr.wns,stlll It)
I! v drawer where he had left It 11;
t(;ik It nnd, -gazing at himself In. the
bureau iKlass, raised the, firearm to his
right temple,' He-,wns appalled jas he
looked at the ghastly, haggard face
before him and tho eyes, fear haunt;
ed, that stared out of their dark nnd
deeply sunken rims tike ,thc optics of
an owl. The -revolver shook In his
'numlicd hand, ami he could scarce
bend his Anger oii the, trigger.
What was bls.hnrry? Why not wait
until he had wnrmed his hand nnd
make the deed surer? If the police
came for him death was at hls"beck
and would client them at an Instant's
notice. Ills craven spirit Inspired him
with tho desire to live. a little longer.
file lfld' the' revolver on tho table
and rubbed his bands to set the blood
circulating.- Then he held them 'Over
tho heat radiator. He remembered
that, In tho 'clothes closet was n full
bottlo of, whisky. The stuff would
soon,wnnn;hliii. He look, off bls.oycrr
coat, to hang It up In, the closet and
felt lu a, pocket for his handkerchief.
Ills band encountered the, roll of bills
Smith bad slipped In there. For a mo
ment, n gleam of hope flashed Its cheer
ing ray as he contemplated the money..
Herb, was .enough to enable him to get
Dut his despondency refused the
comfort. What was the use? To nt;
tempt escape 'now would be tofall Into
the hands of the' .police sleuths who
must1 bo on the lookout for him. 'He
surmised that-the weather had driven
the watchers to ttke- shelter and had
enabled htm to slip into tno nouse un
noticed or unrecognized. No, ho hnd
dono with life. and ntt Its '.worries and
disappointments. Better death ' than
tho consequences of living. He, would
hare to die. at some tlnio or other any
how. i H poured 'out a largo .glass of
.whisky and swallowed It, The fiery
stuff warmed him all over. lie sat
down to think, and his thoughts teak
tho'shapo of a review of his life. IIo
bad never been .any good to himself
or anybody clso novcr., Drought up
by a maiden aunt,, who had taken him
In when as a young boy be had lost
his widowed mother, be hud repaid
her with waywardness and" Indiffer
ence. In the declining years of her
llfo when she needed' uld' and' M was
a' young man ho had kept his earnings
selfishly for himself, doling out' to' tier
a few 'dollars at' Irregular Ijitcrvnls,
and he Was, glad when she bad ceased
to' be n burden .by dying .In n hospital.
lit had 'played Ids card well, Ingra-t
tatett iiitnseir into tnc rnvor or air.
Harris. ha employer., and by good .act
ing hnd won I ho love oM-:muin. This,
had, bepn, the greaticoitp of his career,
but It had nvtilled him' little. Fortune,
after smiling nt him. hnd turned her
back, and life had lx-cn n fnlluro ever
As he summed It nil up nnd confetti
plated himself as a pariah, n hunted
man nt bay amid the wreck of hope,
love, llfo Itself, driven' to Ihe nltcrna
live of n criminal's cell or self destruc
tion, us he ircodroTcr('.tho' way In
which he had been spurned and cast
out by those who might liavo loved
and honored him, tears rolled from
his eyes ngaln.
"Yes," he groaned,t repeating Emma's
words, ''ye,' I have been paid In full,
and I havo ,pald In full."
Then bo. grasped -the "revolver nnd
faced hlmsclf at the, mirror again.
This time his fingers were warm nnd
supple. Oneo more he raised It tn his
templo. Oneo more palo fear obtained
Thcro wasypienty ot time, wny.
since ho, was to dlo.tlmt night, should'
be bo In such a hurry? Men who
wero dylrtg or who weso nbout to bo
speeded .Into eternity for transgrcs.
slou of the' commandment that placed
a ban ou murder generally prayed, or
prayers were said for' them. He had
not prayed, since- ho, could remember,
What would happen nftcr his leap
Into tho Imfnthomablo'ToDd? He had
nlways derided the Idea that anything
would happen. Stilt, ho Cui not know.
Ho went lo tho,clnthi"i closet, ami
'from 'among some' hunks, mostly nov
els, heaped In disorder on n shelf, -nj
brought forth a Bible. It had kv
longed to his atint.' 8ml he' had l:ept
It because It had Jookcd well to h ive
one In evidence In' the paflot1 and be
cause It was nicely hoinUl In soft
leather, ille opened the bookat ha?.
ard. Itn pages divided nt Erclceliistcs.
and lio began to read. ''Thongii tho
liquor was ffilst cloudng his brain he
became rasclnated witu tno great im
mortal masterpiece of pesrlnilsm, the
terrlblo monument of negation In
which humanity's everlasting wounds
are laid biro and .bleeding.
I have teen ull.lhe works that are dor.o
under tho sun. and, heboid, all Is vanity
and vexation ot spirit.
Tnat twhloh, n ittooked cannot ue mac
straight, ond that which Is wantlnz can
not to numtereil.
I communed with mine own heart, say.
Inc. Lo, I am ,roina to great estate and
Imva, gotten more wisdom .than all they
that have twen tirtoro me In Jcriuolem-.
yea, my heart had Krcat exporlcnce of
Wisdom and .knonlcdjo.
And I bo my heart to know wisdom
and to know madness ond folly. I per
ceived that, this alto l vexation pf, spirit.
For In much wisdom Is much erlaf.,iftd
ho that Inereaseth knowledaa Incrcastth
"That's right." he' assented, "that's
deml right. Nothing's worth .while;
What hath limn, of nil his talior-and. ot
tho vexation of Ms Ijonrt wherein he hath
labored. tinder the tun?
For all Ills dais nro terrows and his
travail RHpf-yra, his heart taketli nut
rest. In the night. This Is. also vanity.
The verses succeeded each other
with their recapitulation of the futility
ot earthly things. Ills head lcV'uiio
There icat Mio c-nuh o npurf.
heavy and tho letters Itidhtlnct. He
began to have dltlleulty In gmapiug tile
meaning of the words.
That which oerallcth tho sons of men
befalletli beasts; even ono thlnic befallcth
them; as tho one dleth. sn itlcth tho other:
yea.tliey, hao all one breath, to thatd
man hath no pro-emlnen6e ntovo u-boast.
.'All Is vanity. ,
. All, no .Unto one place: all aro-of the
dust. and. all turn to dust again.
Who knowctli tho rplrlt o( man tint
coetli uiiwcrd and the spirit ot tho beast
thatoeth downward to tho earth?
A knock nt the door roused Iilm'froin
lils somnolence, nnd ho looked up with
bleared, bloodshot eyes. r,-, t
Ife staggered to Ills feet, smiling va
cantly, mid his groping hand .lurched
toward the revolver. There was' the
crash of' a report. The apartment
house manager who had seen tho light
In the window, apprising lilm of the
tenant's presence, and hnd knocked to
Inquire about the overdue 'rent, ran
shouting for' help.
When they 'forced Mhe doer 'they
found Brooks sprawling aero-u the' ta
ble beside' the overturned liquor Imttle.
He was dead, with a bullet hi .Ills
l-4ftfttt99MV t W
5 RECREATIONS; 1
THE PARK THEATER.. .'
"Ab 'Vou I.lko It" Is ono of tle
plays lij be bhown In motion pictures
at tho Park Theater tonight. This
is something very extraordinary In,
tho lino of motion pictures. One
of the hesfllms nnd ouo (if the best
burlesques over shown In motion
pictures Is ".Miss Faust." It Is by
Pnthe; ainil ns usual Is good, for this.
maker seldom hns n falUiin. An
other funny stunt Is that dono by
"Alphiinse.' It will muko the nu
dlcnco laugh frout fclnrt to fluish of
tho Ulm. Tho little girls havo some,
new tongs to sing ami they will sing
them well. Don't let the ruin keep
you away from tho Parle. It Is cov
ered and cnol, ,
ORPHEUM SHOW A SUCCESS.;
Tho romUlncd companies ut thq
Orpheiim last night presented a hill
that was llkn tho hills of tho vaude
ville houses on tho mainland, in
addition to the half duzon good
turns, tho nudlenco 'wnxv given n
taste of ono of tho must popular,
features nt variety entertainment
that Is, that something was doing nil
tho lime. There were no long waits
between nets. Ono turn rapidly foi-
Ooweil nnnthcr and tho nudlcneo
showed Us npprcelntl.nn of Ibis fact
Tho house was filled, proving that
tho ten anil twonty shn)y Isnjppjtal
lug to a g'reat many Honojuiunns,
Taking the bljt act by net for crltt
ilMrW V .i
l l 3 rpT
E careful of your
Yellow soaps will
make them red and
coarse and hard; a source
of never-ending annoy
ance and humiliation.
Ivory Soap adds to
their beauty; keeps them
soft and sweet and
And so, we offer this
suggestion: Use Ivory
Soap for even so com
monplace a purpose as
washing dishes. It pays.
994ioo'Per Cent. Pure
clem there might bo found flaws, hut
to the audience the combined com
panies "seemed to ho two In contest.
.Most of those present had teen, the
Wise & Milton and Armstrong oi
Vcrue rnmpanles In separate shows,
hut their work In the Initial Or
phcum hill was heifer tliAii previous
work, I'erhnps Mime feeling ot con
test for tho nudlence's appreciation
may ho a reality In the combined
company. Hut what oyer caused the
good work of tho first night's per
formance, If continued, Is certain of
attendance by vaudeville patrons.
"I.ovo Wjll l'lnd u Way" Is nilcd
with ludlerous, sllttntluns from first
Jo last. A .wealthy old codger Is
touring tho world with nn only son.
While In Spain the latter varleB tho
gen'ernl monotony of .life by falling
lu lovoi with a hewltclilug senorltn.
The old mnn refuses U "Htitnd" for
the Infatfuitlon, so thoyouilK ciiuplo
llcvlso n scheme to gain his content.
After many funny experiences tho
young man's fnthcr Is made to be
llevo that his boy "dulclnn" saves
his life at tho, Imminent risk of her
own, and "pop"- finally yields. This
film bo's a record, ot "n laugh a sec
ond," eo don't fftll to seo It. Tho
nctlng Is good, especially that ot the
llrlgaridngo plnys nn Important
part In -this plot, which bit ot color
Inn Is itntquo lu Itself
Tho balance ot tho program for
"Friday nnd Saturday Is on n par
with that usually seen at tho Art,
hnd':no ono Is. a loser by tho pur
chase -of a Beat for any of Its per
formances. . ,
The,. Fireworks show .nt Athletic
Park tomorrow night will start nt
S o'clock promptly. The admission
charges are of, n very popular degreo.
Fifteen rents admits to the- grouuls
nnd It costs sixpence to get into
the Crystal' Palace while those who
.want seats on the grandstand can
obtain them hy loosening up to n
i-lrclitlv hlnhcr .extent.
The nhov Is, really a wonderfully J
jinvol one. The Jnpaneso nro pnai
masters In th) art 'of piodtielug pic
tures In .fire and setting oft llrewurks
generally. It. Is a now show for Ho-
t.olulti; thcro bus been nothing of
the kind for soma time, nnd thcrn
Is little doubt that the, public win
riutvd around to tco It.
"Fighting lloh" Is a subject morB
or less familiar to rcadcrB of Anicrl
can newspapers and It Js Interesting
because, It refers to ono ot tho most
ilHtlngulshed officers of tho Amoil-'
cnu navy. In tho motion picture, In
order that It may appeal to tho In
dlos, n lovo scene or two Is Introduc
ed to show tnht Ffghllng lloh was
D'ircensfiil In everything ho under
took. "What Drink Did" Is dramnt.,
Ic in rhnracter and points ,n moral.
It vll bo a good thing for tome of,
the rummle.i to tnko a look ut this,
nnd see themselves as tho world H'cs!
them. Thcro will bo comedies
shown that will cause n laugh.
AT THE B0NINE.
This is school children's evening
nt The llonluc,. whoro, an exceptional
election of Interesting things bus
been mado to entertain them. Only
choice subjects ot nn educational nn
ttuo wllMio used, and thu special
price mado them for the Friday eve
ning vulertnluuient enables all to
enjoy It, nnd ns tho entertainment
commences qulto early It enables:
them In get homo at an early hottrj'
PRINCESS RINK. (
During an evening spent In Honoi
lulu's pleasure boiio Ihcro Is n ills
tlnet loss to tho sightseer If tho Ulnk
Ik not visited. There ono llnds fine,
liilislc and hundreds of youths en
joying themselves In n clenii, de
lightful athletic sport. Kvory eve
ning at 9 o'clock exhibition BkatliiK
Is given hy Miss Wclner.
Despite the many other attract
lions in (own, tjm .Wnverly Dance Is.
drawing largo crowds, Tho popu
larity t this danro Is perhaps ilinj
lu tho excellent inuiflo furnished by
the Kowiilhuu alee Club.
' I Jim
Wanted Suhlnspectors (construe-'
Hon) nt S4.24 per dlom, A com
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jiil the Naval Slitllon, Hawaii, Ilo
r nnltilit, T. II., November 17,. I'j09,
for the purpose of estnbUshlng nit
eligible teglstor of suhlnspectors
(construction). I'nr application
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