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HONOLULU. T. II,, SA'ri'itlUv, l'liH-mi, 1UI0.
Copyflsiit. 1308 by Ihr McCturt Com
pan Cop-tllht. I90J. IKOt, If
S'rwirl Ldid While
(To Be Continued)
A fresh breeze darkened the blue
velvet surface of the water, tumbled,
the wtiltc foam hissing dp I ho bench,
blow forward over the dunes n lino
liurryliiK wist of sand nnd bore to
Ordo nt Inst Hie refreshment of tlio
wide spaces. A woman, walking slow
ly, bent lier dead ngnlnst tbo force of
Orde wntclicd lier Idly, lie caught
himself admiring the grace of lier deft
nnd sudden movements mid the sway
of her willowy figure.
As though directed lijp some iitnoon
guide, lier iiiursc eered inure mid
more until It led directly to the spot
where Orde stood.
When she wns
within ten feet of
lilm she nt last
raised her head
Ml tin young 111:111
could see some
thing besides the
top of her li.it.
plump Into her
nnd sank down
erosslccced at hit
tt,1n utwnl m.ltn ' -
motlonlcsu. over- "(i
come by nstonlili
incur. Iter face.
Its I o n g oral
framed In t li e
bnnds of the
pray veil nnd the
down turned bilm of the lint, looked
tip smiling Into hli.
"Why. Mls l!lshop!" cried Orde. llnd
lng bis voice.. "What me joii dolug
A faint iiliade of nnnoynticc crossed
"Oh, 1 could nsk the kame of you.
nnd then "we'd tnlk about how sur
prised we are. world without end." said
she. "The Impel liiht thing I' that heie
It sand to play In. nnd there In the lake,
nnd here nre we. nnd the day N charm
inc. and It's good to be nllw. Sit down
(ind dig n hole! We've nil the i-omuiou
tl.tys to explain ttilngH In." '
Orde laughed and seated himself to
face her. Without further talk nnd
quite gravely they commenced to scoop
out an excavation between them, pil
ing the sand over themselves nnd on
cither side us was most convenient.
As the hole grew deeper they had to
lean over more and more. Their heads
.sometimes brushed ever so lightly:
their hands perforce touched. Slio
looked up happily at Orde, thrusting
the loose Unlrfroin In front of her eyes.
She nrose to her feet, shaking the
sand free from her skirts. "Now let's
'go somewhere else." slio said. "I
think through these woods. Can wo
ct back to town this way?"
' "Yes," replied Orde. "Tho lumber
Jacks say that the woods arc the poor
Orde followed her In silence. Suo
scented to be quite without responsi
bility In regard to lilm. mid yet uu oc
casional ftiudnm remark thrown In his
direction proved that he was not for
gotten. Finally they emerged from
the beech woods.
She turned mid waved her hat n( the
beech woods fulling somber ugulust
the lowering suu.
"Good by," she said gravely, "anil
plcuKiiut dreams to you. 1 hope those
ery saucy little birds won't keep you
nwake." She looked up nt Orde. "Ho
was rather nice to us this unernnou,"
she explained, "and It's always well to
lie polite to them mi way," She gazed
Bteadlly nt Orde for signs of mntisc
lucnt. He ttwolutcly held III face
"Now 1 think we'll go home," snld
They made their way to lu6 edge of
the hand hill. The low slanting sun
cast across the vista n hleepy light of
"How would j on like to live In n
lilnco like that all your life;" asked
"I don't know." She weighed her
words carefully. "It would depend.
'&OOlI flight .
'r.'li.J).'Pi't'J.s"lt-0' SJIHlUli Importance,
it wms to me. It's llie "To 'one Is
called to. It's whether one finds her
snu))ft realm or not that n place Is lim
bic or not."
Orde looked out over the raw Itltle
village with h new Interest.
' Her whole nspect 'seenud to have
Changed with the descent Into the con
ventionality of the village street, 'llie
old. gentle, though self contained re
serve had relumed.
I came don u with Jane and Mrs.
Huliliard to see Mr. Hubbard off on
the bunt for Milwaukee Inst night."
she told lilm. "Of course we had to
wait over Sunday. .Mrs. Hubbard nnd
.lajio had to see some relative or other,
but I preferred to lake n walk." '
"Where nre jon staying'" naked
"At the Ilcnnetts'."
They said little more until the Hen
netts' pate was reached.' Orde de
clined to go In.
"I wnnt to thank you." she said.
"You did not once net ns though jou
thought I was silly or crazy. And you
didn't try. ns nil the rest of them
would, to net silly too. You couldn't
have done It. Oh. jou may Imp felt
lt-1 know!" She smiled oue of her
(plaint and iUl7zlcul smile. "Hut men
aren't built for foolishness. They Ime
to leave that to us. You've been very
nice this afternoon, nnd It's helped n
lot. (lood nlglit.",. ,
Orde. however, walked back to the
hotel In a black rage with himself oer
what he termed Ills Imbecility. As lie
teiiiciuhcrcd It he had made Just one
consecutive speech that nflernooii.
".hie." said he to Newmark, "w hat's
the plural form of Incubus? Isu't It
"Ineulil." nnsncrrd Newmark.
"Thauks," said prde gloomily.
HAVi: Tlcluzmun's contract all
ilrn un." ,miII .Newmark the next
morning, "mid 1 think I'll go
around with you to the olllce."
They round the little (ierm.iu await
ing them, Newiimrk Immediately took
charge Of the Interview.
"I hae executed here the contract
mid the bonds secured by Mr. Ordc's
nlid my shales of stock In the new
company." he explained.
Heliizmaii leaelietl Ids hands for the
papers, bciimliig over Ills glasses nt
the two yoiiug men. As he rend, how
ever, his xnille vanished.
"Vnt Is this?" he Impaired, crlspness
In Ills villi e. "oil tolt me." bo ne
rusid Olde. "dot you were not bre
pansl to break out the rollways. You
lolt me you would egspect me to do
Hint for myself. Well, why do you
put In this?" reading from tbo paper
In bis hand:
"In enve said rnllwuys belnngtnff to said
unities nt (ho recon'l part are not broken
Out by it-r time tlio drte hai reached
tlicm. olid tn cure on demand said par
tie of (he econd part do refuse or do
not exerctne duo dtllaence tn breaking out
aid inllvava. Ihr n.it.t parties of the first
tart shall tlicmaehra break out said roll
ways, nnd the snld pnrlles of the second
pnrt do hereby nirreo to relmburro said
rarlles of the tint part at tlio rate ot s
Jollar per tbuuiand board feet."
"That Is merely to protect ourselves,"
struck la Newmark.
"Iluf." exploded llclnzmau, bis farn
purpling, "a dollar a t'ou'saud li ab
"Of cours-e." ngreed Newmark, "We
expect It to be. It Is Intended us a
penalty In ease )ou don't break out
jour own rullwnjs In time."
"I till not stand for sucti foolish
uess!" pou.'idisl Heliizman.
"Verj well," said Newmark crisply,
retelling fur the contract.
lint Ilciiiziuiili clung to It
"It Is uliMird." lie repeated lu a mild
er lone. "See, I III strike It out." He
did so w Ith ii fi-W dashes of tho pen.
"Wc line no liiti-iitniu," stated New
mark, with dcclxloli. "of glvlug you
the chance In hang up our drive."
llclnzmau caught his breath.
"So that Is what you think!" be
shouted. He lore tho contract In pieces
and threw It In llie wusteluisket. "(Jet
oudt of hele!" he i lied.
Oide's hinds tu lulled nervously.
"You to u'fliM- our offer?"
"lief use! es-jt.n mid your whole
cupoodle!" yelled lleliiziuaii.
Once III the open street Orde drew a
deep hrc.illi of irll.-f.
"Whew!" said lie. "That was n ter
ror' We've gone off the wrong foot
Newmark was amused,
"You don't mean to say that fooled
you!" he mart el ed.
"Whal?" asked Urdo.
"It was all rubbish. tHo saw we had
spotted his llttlu scheme, nud he had
to ictreat. It was ns plain ns the uoso
on your face. We'vo got nu euemy on
our hands lu any cuso nnd oue we'll
have to look out for. He'll try to mako
trouble on the river. Ferhaps he'll try
to block Hie stream by not breaking
The partners hunted out the little
frame building In which Johiuon con
ducted bis business.
"1 see uo use In It." said Jounnnn!
"1 can run me own wldout help from
"Which seems to settle that!" said
Newmark to Orde after they had left.
"Now," said Newmark us they trudg
ed back to their hotel, "this pioposl
tlou of Heluzmau's has glwu me mi
Idea. I'm not going to try to sell this
block outside, but to the men who own
timber along the rler. Then they
won't be objecting In the tolls, for If
the loiupauy makes miy prollts part
will go to them, I'll hike hesetou-
trait lo r.iow we can r.. tlie nislncs3i,
and I'll see nliout liieorsirallou and
get u proper olllce and equipments. Of
course we'll have to make this our
"1 suppose so," said Orde n little
blankly. After riii lustnnt he laughed.
"Uo you know, I hadn't thought of
"Also," went on Newmark inlmty,
"I'll buy the supplies to the best ud
vantage 1 vim."
"And I?" Inquired Orde.
"(Jet the booms 'built nnd Improve
the river, Heglu to get jour crew.
You inn start tight off. We have my
moliey lo begin on."
"My! She's n nice big Job. Isn't she?"
ho cried Joyously.
ON his return home late Monday
afternoon (Jrundiuu Orde In
formed the river boss with a
shrewd twinkle that she want
ed lilm surely tit home the followlug
"I'u- asked three or four of the
jouug people for n cmidy pull," said
"Who, mother?" asked Onlc.
"Your (rowd-the Smiths. Collinses.
Jane Hubbnid and Her," said (Irund
The imiug people straggled In at an
ni ly hour nfier supcr. Orde stepped
Into the hall to help them with their
wraps. He was surprised as lie ap
proached Carroll IIMiop lo lift her
rloak from her shoulders to Olid that
the top of her daintily poised head,
wllh Its soft. Hue hair, came well be
low the level of his eyes. Somvliow
her poise, her slender grace of move
ment mid of attitude, bad lent her the
Impression of n stature she did not
"Oh. It l fo iiualnt and delightful."
Carroll exhaled slowly, "this dear old
house with Its low ceilings mid Its old
"OK It ( wi ipmlnt mill tUllghtful.'
pldurrs and queer, unexpected things
that take your breath away."
"It Is one of the oldest houses In
town." said Orde. "and I suppose It Is
picturesque, lint, you see, I was
brought up here, so I'm used to It."
"Walt until you leave It." said she.
"Then all these things will mine back
tn you to make your heart ache for
After tbi company had gone Orde
stood long by the front gate looking
up Into the Infinite epac.es. Somehow,
and vaguely, he felt the tilnlit lo be
ktn to her elusive spirit. 1'nriher and
farther his soul penetrated Into Its
depths, and yet other depths lay be
yond, other mysteries, other ungiiessed
realms And jet Its beauty was the
simplicity of siace mid dark nnd the
Tho next time he saw her was at
the house of the friend she visited,
Orde wus lucky enough to find the
girls homo and nloue. Jane made an
excuse 'nnd went out. They talked
with a considerable approach toward
intimacy. Not until nearly time (u go
did Orde stumble upon the vital point
of the c cuing. He had said some
thing ubout n plan for the week fol
lowing. "Hut you forget Hint by-that time (
shall be gone," said she.
"Gone!" he echoed blankly. "Vhcre7"
"Home," said she. "Don't jou re
member I am lo go tsuudiiy morning'"
"I thought jou weie going to, stay a
"1 was. but 1-certnlu things came
up that made It necessary for me to
"Will j on write mo occasionally!"
"Ah to thnl" she began "I'm n very
poor correspondent. I do not make It
n ustoui lo write to young' men."
"Oh!" he cried, believing himself en
llghtenid. "Will j-ou' answer If 1 wrlto
She began gently to laugh, quite tn
herself, as though enjoying n Jol.e en
tirely within her own personal pilvl
lege. "What Is jour nddi ess In New
York'" iIiiii imliil Oide,
She sink lulu n yluilr rear by with a
pietty tipllflisl gesiure of dor-pair.
"I Mirrei'ili r!" she cried, and then
'lie t.lllgliiil until the li-iii-H started
rem her eyes. "Olr, jou au dell
Inns:" she s,;id nt lasi, "Well, listen
I II at I a West Nljiih stn-et linn
III li'lliellll.cr Hut!'" On'.e IIMlllell
'leu iI.ijh l.iiilf dido M.IW the imlii
'llir hel iiwiij
(To Bs Continued Next Week.)
Bulletin Business Olllce Phone" 2-W
Uulletiu Editorial Boou Tlione 185,
An your llpa white,
ecur chock a lories?,
your ears transparent 1
And do you look thin
ISJi?i;W',L vcrn? It
fi'i rcil Umb.
a bright, cheerful Ttco, in every
bottlo of Ayer's Sarapari!la.
If your appetite is poor, your
digestion imperfect, an 1 you feel
nervous and waak, you ocght to
It oxpols all imparitlca from tho
blood, and givea BtronKth and vigor
to tho norvc3. It will uurcly re
store you to health.
A nois lAftilc, Ayev'i ,'Utita
parllla coiitnlin nu atcoUnl.
There aro manv imitation
Be suro you got "AYER'S."
timni t Dr. I. C. hit b Cj tni't, V,n , U t.
atzs'3 rn.u. im bi riaiir Ujiu.
Geary Street, above Union Squaro
Juit orpoiit Hold St- FrsncU
European Plan S1.S0 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ing cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
fertinealloverclty. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Army aiicl Navy Headquarters.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.60 oerda7up
With bath 2 00 per day up
Meals table d' hote or a la carte
Management of Out C. lann.
Kentucky's most fa-
nous and best; the
World's most famous
and best; the whiskey
that has girdled the
Globe, Sold bv
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.
i;r.ui:vED i.v j
nl: boars (illGY
die ii.iitiv- vl 4
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ncss ttflce. These are the telnphon
lumbers ot the Bulletin Qt1ict.
3 i; nM lioiUo.co
m ' y svi
San. Francisco Hotels
tn pet n OolJ Watch for SI tier week '
,is hers. The beauty of it is, you can, I
with that Jit tic saving, nt the end
:cf a short time have a first-class
timepiece or some other article worth
COME AND SEE US ABOUT IT
J. A.R. Vieira
113 Hotel St.
Ecal Estate 83 Mercliant Street
Charles A. Stanton,
Comer Kinc and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
r.cal Estate Agent
, 137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Berctania Street,
and other property.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. 0. Yee Hop & Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner Kin? and Bethel
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wall Ying Choig Co.,
Kin? St., Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
KIT1U ST. NEAR BETHEL
Ues'en in Furniture Mattresses,
to.. Etc. All kinds of X0A ails'
USS10N FURNITURE fs4 T
WAii CHONG CO.
IiltV GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVEKLEY BLK. HOTEL ST
WING WO TA1 & CO.
941 Nuuana St.
You'll Find '
for Rifts at "
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St.. Between Klnir r,nd Hotel,
oil 'Joth of A 1 onality can We put
fl Hot UR1 7lnhnn !
Bicycle shop and Rcncral rcpnirini?
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and cold plated work.
KING, 0PP, ALATAI SI.
m o ooo
KK3TAUUANT MAN - An experi
enced man to take charge of res
in urn nt doing business now of
about flUOU ti month, but enpn
ble of expansion, (iood opportu
nity for man willing to work.
Salary nnd lntorest In prollts. No
cnpltnl required. Address "Cafe,"
llllltcttn olllce. 454S-U
Uverj-ono to ask for Iho lllg Nickel
Tablet. Tor snlo nt the llullelln
cintco and In stationery stons. It
(Jlrls wnntcd for Ironing. Trench
Laundry, llcictnnln street.
Clean wiping rugs at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Competent bookkeeper, stenographer
nnd typist desires situation nliout
middle of March. Slate salary.
Address, "Ilookkeeper," llulietlu
Youiir llnwallnn-liorn Chinese boy,
with best of reference, wants po
sition in city or country store.
Address "22," thh olllce.
Young mnn wants clerical or book
keeping position, l'lrst-class ref
erences. Address "A," llullctln
I)- young Japanese, situation In
sloro. Oood worker. Small wago
to start. "A. II,". this olllce.
Japancco Cooking School. Fnintllcs or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzio, Hi" Auld iJine. Tol. lGpf,
Coachman wants position to drho
nnd tnkc carp ot horses. Host of
references. "8.", llullctln olllce.
llctwcon Young Hotel and Jlonluc
Theater, a gentleman's stickpin
with biuall diamond In center, lie
ward tor return to this ofllce.
White nnd liver pointer dog; an
swers to nniuo of l'rlmo. Tinder
return to J. II. Knos, Union St.,
nnd rocolvo reward. 4552-tf
Passbook No. 4417, In name of Miss
E. S. Smith. l'lndcr plcnso re
turn to Savings l)cpt Haul; of
Hawaii, Ltd. 4552-31
Passbook 2309 lost, l'lndor please
return to lilshop & Co.'s tunings
A gentleman ot means would Ilka to
meet a German lady ot refine
ment; object, matrimony. All
correspondence, ttrlctly confiden
tial. Address lo "M. II. A.", llul
Wanted, business man with 15000 to
invest tn well-paying business.
Address "Security," llullctln office.
Phono G09 for Fred Nojes' new i.j
7-passonger Kissel Knr. Manuel
Souza, chauffeur. Car No. 482.
For hlro, seven-seated Packard;
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chun. Reynolds. 4DI0-tt
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, pf Music Lessons lu Singing,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolnnl Hid?.; room 17.
lies., 1G34 Nuuanu Ave,; phono
Corner Union ar.d Berctania Sts,
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urday! excepted. Operating, S-1S
a. m., 3-G p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. R. R0WAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stibles: 10 a. n
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence;
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHOirES Club Stables, 103; Res
J87i editorial rooms 250 btJ'
ness orflce. These are the-tclapr ins
numuor ( th Ruilctln, qfflcv-
I'or rent or leave, on or nbout
March 1. house of tin ce ticdiooms
(clotet off enchi, parlor, dining
loom, pantr, kitchen, bathtoom,
electric lights and gas; largo
chicken yard nnd house, fcorvnnts'
quarters; on two car lines; thrco
minutes' wnlk from I'ttmihou line.
Call nt 1941 South King before 10
n. in., or after 1 p. tn., for partic
Heath cottage nt Diamond Head.
Addiess "N.", llullctln ofllce.
C'tcnn furnished rooms, Jl. tl.50, 12
per week. 12b I 1'ort St. tt
Two ttirnlaliud room Apply Mrs,
t) M.Cntiu-ll 122:1 Ktumn St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
tool furnished ioom and cottage,
with or without homd. 1C34
Nuuunu Ate, ueai Sthool St.
1'rlces moderntu 44&0-II
The Traiiso cm elope n tlmo-savlng
Invention. No addressing ncces
S'iry In (.ending out bills or re
ceipts, llullctln 1'ubllshlng Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
Tho fuic.it residence site In Honolulu,
in Its most exclusive jlisirict. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress, J. James, llox 027, City.
At MUs Johnson's Carlo Store on
Tort street, beautiful ferns, palm
nnd fruit trees, t'et pieces for fu
nerals at leasouablc prices.
Dry nnd green nwa root In largo nnd
sninil irunntitlcs. Orders solicited.
Geo. Kacn, 93S Kclnullko street;
V. O. Hox 5, Honolulu. 4551-2t
Dli.monds and Jewelry bought, soM
nnd exchnnged, Il.-irga.lns In
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo.'l'ort St. 4494-11
Men's clothing on credit. Slnweok;
suit given ut ouce. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Hldg., Fort St
Monuments for sale cheap. Renr of
Hawaiian Operu IloubC. M. II.
Inter-Island ami Uahu Ilallroad ship
ping bnolts, nl IJulletiu oulce. tl
A fine iia. 1 harrej riymouth itocl:
Piano toujjht in 0 reos, 3 month (3
lesbonsi. Special nttentloii to
ndult bcgltinors. Music, llullctln
Ii"w Employment Association,
Maiiuakcii near A&st Theater. Call
up phono C97 If j bit wnnt a cock,
good boy or servunts.
MARIE KENNY, from San Frauds
ro. Mramatlt. Studio. 176 lloro.
tanla Phono 33.
?re Sinif Kte-Plumber and Tinsmitk,
Huillli dt.. bet Hotel and I'auahl.
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu W re Bsd Co.,
Corner Alakea and King Streets
iFor Good Furniture
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tliayor Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.