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MVMIN'O UtlLLfcTtX. lldS'dt.Ot.t). 1 II SATl'UDAY, Jt:;,Y 30, I010
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The only gursntscd
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STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE
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'"THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
PARLOR is the latest move in the
undertaking line, .hi'e families can be
accemm "dated w th sleeping quavers, dining
room, kitchen and bnhr.oorn. Call and in
spec. 34 Chaplain Lanr.
i5' jSWi i j tLL'' "wjiiitjw t viifw Si Jt w
M, E. Sllva's Up-to-Dat rur.cr.il Parlors
B?lffvr?Mr'iic:-A frj"- pffrijf ly r Jt SBaaaaaBl
IJ E Sika's Embalming Pooti 's the best: in fact, the onlyone
of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to' the
care of the dead.
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
D4 CHAPLA1K IANE. 0?P. CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 179 Night 1014
Compare them with other brands of olives in the mar
ket and you will be instantly convinced of their superi
ority. Sold by All Grooers
OPEN ALL YEAH
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b;auty and grandeur, unique in its
asseniblance of sheer walls of gicat height, imposing peaks,
and the number of it: stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rai' A Quick,
Dally trsin service from Merced to the Park Line, cou-
nects at Merced wltii tsoutnern racmc aim santa ie.
0. W. LEHMER, Trafflc Manager. Y.V.R R
Money Back II It Falls
$1.G0. Sold fry daUr$
COMPANY, CHICAGO. ILL.
3y FRE3E3IC S. I3HAM.
Aulnor ol Tie I,irolUri "Un
net l..v k Oip ' I he Lad?
oi thi M-unt L'tc
t.utvrl;).., n it. t iii tuLL
j oiiaptimi wn
j cn i r.iti.xi ij ami a hi foiEur.
'TKIl!: hookworms urn hiuill.r n
I Pj Miifl, limit ii short t lit pas-
II xnge between lun Important
tholoUgllfulTX. Illlll through
; the i-iiure of many years exercised n j
I subtle fiistiuullou fur ptshnl. pedn-
gogue r Itinerant I Ii i I'm leu r tliclier.
I Itlxlle till III I It' XlinpS. small room3,J
icached hy rickety stairways, offered
quiet corners for diver iiml sundry
gentlemen nhnse iKTiip.itlou called
fur iIWi ri't'l ittnl retired uoid,x.
In one of thexe iilncet. tlpM'rllitHl on
llit tliiiir im "ii iirhiilt1. I'onMOt'iitliil In
iiilry ulllu'," rill im" tin' inoriiliii; fnl
IhuIiik .Inliii liflf rltle In Hit ! irl:
ii llllli' inn ii nllli fiTlrlllki' t'.tt's ill n
ilut) tli'fU ni'.ir ii diiKiy uIiiiIhh' He I
(lid mil Ni'elu In lit1 MT.v IniHy-nun t'li
K.iil in tht iiniint'iit In dr.nvlu;
1 iiikiiiIiikIi'sh ):iI.iIhi' kIiik on n J
ilet'i of p:iitr ttlit'll ii xtfi III till" lull'
I wny mid u lutv lapphiK :ii Hit door
iiiuni'd him In throw tiotvii hU pen
mid xtnilgliirii exptt'tnntly. A client
' jii'iluipM u woinuii-ini, u mini! Willi
' iiioiui'iitiiry xiirpilxt1 lit kiimmI km the
tli'lluili'ly I'lilxpli'il feilltll't'1 of lilt cull
j it. u t"-"illi'iiuiii fnullli'sily ilreHspd
mid tti-iirlni: h hjiiIdk llontT In his
"Mr illllfltr The visitor ehtnee
telliil mi fxprt'sxlon of rcJllpssiH'sa.
IHm fiice. iillhoiili itiiiKk'Uke. mix tint'
til tvlih ii fnlut Utiob
The ixilk'e tiyent nt unci! rose. "Tho
mini', xlr. ill your service. I hut 1 leu
your paidon. Lnlexi I inn tnlstnkeu
"Vex. it mimlier of years ngo on the
l.unl Xelxon." Ha Id the cnller In a hard,
mutter tif fuel tone. "We wore fellow
paxxenjerx on her uutll"
"V lieciiine fellow occupant of ono
of her xinitll Imiitx. All uIiik experi
ence! Hut won't j tm." with lli.il def
eri'iire for mill; mid poxltlon ihoie of
hi' type ute pleased to uxdume. "lion
ol me liy helni; xeated. Lord lions
tl.ileV The vltlfur looLed at the tuhle. the
trlnilnw any where xave at the pro- '
pili'ior or the extulillxhnient. then said. I
"I xn n liy an advertlxeuicut 111 the
nioruliiK ptiperx that you had severed
your eoiiiii'i'tlou with the force and
li.ul opeiied ihlt a prlvnle cnnsullu
t !tii liurean "
'WiuJe mi" The other looked wo
nii'iiiailly cinliairasxed. "A 111 tie fllc
lliiu ait'iiiiiit of some caxe unreliable
Hlltiexx ihi-l cot tangled up. They un
dertook In tiltlclxe me ufler all my
r.llthfiil xeivlte"- lie broke off.
"Ilexldex, the time cnuiex when u man
ic.iltfi'x he cnu do better for himself
by himself. I mil now devoting my
seir lo a xiiiatl but xtrlctly high class,"
ulllt mi Met cut. "clientele." . ,
I .old Hoiixdale cnnxldered. When he
Kpolc his tolce was low. but It did not
(tirexx the ear. "You know John
Steele, of course"
The ferret eyes snapped. "That I
do. your lordship. What of him'"
"liter think much about the I.ord
"She Isn't n boat one's pt to for
fet after what happened, your lord
ship." wux the answer. "Ajid. If 1 do J
nay ti. hit pntscngers wcie or the kind
In leave pleasant recollect Ions." the po
lice ngent diplomatically ndded,
"Her paxxi'iiKPrsl" The caller's thin
llns couipresxfd'. "Among thcin. If
memory M-rtes me. Hero a nuinbcr of
i out lets J"
"A Job lot of precious Jailbirds that
i mix acting ns escort of. jour lord
nulp." "tut who ncter reachttl Austrnllal"
"Drowned-every mother's son of
tlicmr obserrctl Mr. (Illlett, with a
possible trace of complacency.
The lsltor'4 white hand held closer
the head of his cane. "Were they nil
tlrouued. by the way?" lie observed m
If seeking casual Information on somo
Mihji'it that had partly passed fioui
"Xo tlonbl of It. They were not re-
leiixeil until tho second boat got oh.
mid then tlieie was no time to get
ou'iiio.ird the life rafts."
"Tiuo." Lord Itot'iMlalo g.izcd ab
rcutly out of the window. "Ilecnll the
day on that memorable toyage you
were telling us about thcin who they
were, mid so on
"One. If I recall rightly," went on'
l.oid ItoiiMlale, "was Known as let
mi) see" the elastic stick described n
shiuper curve "tho I'rlsco IVt lie
member" Ho bent slightly nearer.
"That I do. Not likely to forget
him. Uumtiuagcnble; ono of the wmst.
Was tiaiisportetl for life, with death
t ns a penally for returning." A slight
Miuud' came fioui tho nobleman's
Loid lloiisdale's ejes hilf closed.
"A heaty listed, sh.ipely brute, with
muscli'x like xteel, but Ignorant." lie
llugeted on tho wotd. Theu hlsghiuve
cmlurnly lifted, "Had something on
his arm; recall uotlclne It while tUe
bout wai out"
Mr OMIeiT. with n knowing expres
xlou. rose, took n tolume from n book
cuse u ud opened It.
"The 'snnielhliiR' yon spenk of. my
lord." he oliervril irnudly. "xhnuld be
here. I will show It that you may ap
preciate my s.tKleiu. the method I hae
of gathering and tnbulntln dim
Ynu will lli.il mi enej elojii'dlii of liifur
inaltnti In ih.lt biHikcaie All that
beotlti'd Vinil has mid perhaps n lit
tle IhmMcx To Illustrate, here's his
rare" union's lingers nuititl llahlly
chit the page " "Testimony t liillidy
Joe. diiwn-t.ilrs at the lime with l.lutl
liidy who kepi the house where the
clime mix lommltted llcmd I'rl-co
I'd. tthii trill Ium'Ii ill Inking, come In,
pi,' upstairs, ax they xiiPpommI. In his
own room; shortly nftet loud voltes;
plfti I xhi't- l.midlntly and Joe found
womanAui) tlcnilil. tle.id In xliabby
llllle xlttlug room. Pet. the worse for
lliiuor. In tlareil cotulliloii at it table,
hend "in Ids hands Testimony of Joe
rorrolKirnird by landlady, She swore
no one had been In house eteept par
lies here mentioned, nil lodgers.
" 'Private mem. House tu bid neigh
borliiH'd, near the Adelphl i-ntncotubs,
Sou of hiinllndy. red headed giant,
alio one time pllzcflgbtcr. Used In live
here. The Pot's last light In the ring
was with lilui. Uiter Tom took In the
rond. Wjix wanted by the police nt the
time of the crime for some brutal
highway work' lint." breaking off.
".I nm wearying your lordship, Here
n're what I was especially looking for.
the markings on the arm of the ('"rlseo
Pet. Perhaps, however, your lordship
doern't.t'aie to llien further."
";o nn!" The werdx liroke slmrply
from the tMlor's llpx; then he pie a
metallic l.iush "I am Interested In
Ihlx wonderful system of )ours."
Mr. Olllelt read slowly, "'On the
light arm of the I'rlsco I'et, Just below'
the elbow, appear the figure of n
man In spairlng attitude done In sail
or's tattooing; about the waist n flag,
the stars mid strips In their accus
tomed colors crudely drawn, but not to
bt) mlstnl.cn by noting following de
fects and details' which," closing the
book, "I won't read."
Ills lordship's head had turned. "A
poctl system." he remarked after nn
Interval. "Hut my purposctho pur
pose of my visit I we have wan
dered quite from that. Let us, I beg of
j ou, talk business. I believe" tho l Is
ltor molMoiicd his llps-"l believe .1
mentioned John Steele when I come
"I urn nil attention, your lordship."
Mr. nillelt's manner was keen, ener
getic. If he felt surprise he suppress
ed It. "Oisid! Your' lordship's business
cotiicrus John Steele."
'Tor reasons that need not be men
tioned 1 want tu tlud out all I can
about him Tint. I bVllute. Is the sort !
uf wort: )ou undertake. The terms for
your xervties cjii be iirningcd later.
It Is unnecessary lu say ynu will be
well fuld I asuiuie jou can com
mand tompcteut mid trustworthy
help; that you bate ngeuts perhaps In
Mr. (illicit nodded. "If your lord
ship would give me some Idea uf the
scope of the Impllry"-
The long tlugers opened, theu clottoj
"In the first place, you are to ascer
tain wheie John Steele uns before he
cniiie to Cuglaiid. how he got.lheie.
what he did. Naturally If he has lived
In a faraniiy pint you would seek to
kuow the ship that brought him there,
the names uf tho enptalu mid the
"It shrll be doue. your lordship." re
plied the other quickly. "I xhull cm
bark in the matter with gicat zest
mid. I may ndd. luteiest. If I might
be so bold, may I ask. does your lord
ihlp expect tu lluil anything that
would-ahem cust iiuy reflection on
the high standing Johu Steele Is build
ing up for himself In the community
A slinCow seemed to darken the
mask-like features of the visitor, nis
giue nt onto glittering, vaguely tpies
tinning, tins fastened ou the wall;
theu sloniy without answering he got
up. "Surmises are not tu cuter Into
this matter," he said shortly. "It Is
facts ) want faelH."
"And your lordship shaH have them.
The case appears simple, tint hard to
get at the Ixittom of," An mid expres
sion shone from the visitor's eyes.
"Which rcmluds me he has left town,"
added Ulllcli. 1
"Left laiTiit" Lord Itonsdalo wheel
ed abruptly. "Yon niean"-
"Fnr a little trip to the continent, 1
Miould Imagine; heard of It becuuse he
got soiut unimportant court mat'er
"Citiiio nwiiyl" Tho uobleman lifted
ii hand In Ids brow,
"It wns only yesterday .morning I
was riding with him."
"And he dldu't mention tho matter"
The tlxltor did not nusuer. "Why
should he tuivo gone nway" ho mur
mured, half uloud. "Was because"
lie Walked to tho door, lit tho thresh
old stopped mid looked back. "You
might begin your Inquiry by leu ruing
all you can about this little trim" ha
suggested. And ho departed.
Several mouths went by, mid John
rUeele gaw nothing further, although
he heard often, of Miss Jocelyu Wr.iy.
Ills ImslnesH to the continent, what-t-ter
lis nature, had seemed MHIIi-lcnt-ly
Imporlniii to authorize from him lo
her In due process uf lime it short, per
functory miwiige regiettlng his In
abllliy In present liimci; tit the ap
pointed hour tit Strut burn House.
A number uf supposedly prospective
clients had called tu nxli for him nt
hlit ol'lu durlln; Ills mjoui'ti on the
other fide of the ib.imivl. That was
to have bc0u expected. Hut one or two
OX UlCJl t'U tMlltul' '.'itterror posil'.'lr
ii i,n ii"-- '1 w.i-iiwm , mtemmni
silver lined persuasion had sncceisled
In gntiil'" ni'i-esx lo his clumbers ,
"I Kiiould like tu li.ne ti look Into
John Sfele's library I've lieu Hi It's
worth while." olie had nliservisl to the
bulter at 'the door "Only a lill of n
peep around!" Ills milliner Uf putting
his ilcl.e. Fiippli'Hi"tili'd by a half
clown, led the butler no nlli'i.i.illte
set i' to t amply with (lie request uuill
tl.e "p"ep around'' bi'.-nn lo develop
Into mole than cflmir.v ct.tiuliiatlciii,
when his xeiit' of piiiprlety biMinie
ouirugitl nt.it Hit vbllor'it tvehimie
wax cut shoit
"He wns thai itirlnits, n retilir
Pllll Pry." epl.ill i'il the servaiil to
John Slis'le In nari.ilbrx the lui'lih'til
on I he lalitr'x leiuru In l."i.il"ii
"I't'eiiit'il rp.'cl.illy taken bji- the re
poits of the old trials )ou have on the
shelves, sir 'What an luteiexllui- nil
letiloii of eausfs celebrex!' be kepi re
marking 'I support yourr ouster
makes uiu-h of th-ni.' lie nnitltl have
been handling of them. too. and wh'ii
I showed hllll lite tlmir trusting I did
rl'iht. sir. eten If lie xhnuld happen to
be n illc'lil-he naked more queslli lis
before going" t
"Whal quest Ions" quietly.
"Persiiuiil-llke, Hut I put n stup to
I'ur n tew iiiomenls John Kleele snld
uothliig Ills face on tils reappearance
in London had looked xllghtly pnler. I
more -el and deteniiliied. tint unlike j
that of u man who, xirougly assailed,
has made rp his uiluil to tin battle lo
th.1 ciii With whom How many)
"Ynu will admit no one In my clum
bers during my alienee In the future."
said Sleelo ul li-ugtt, lohe m.in stern
ly, "nn one. )oii uiiilersiiiiid.'' under
, any pretext whatever, eten" a flicker
of grim humor In the deep eyes "If
I he should say he wax a client of
The butler relumed a subdued an- (
i swer. mid Johu Steele, after a mo- j
incut's thought, stepped to n large safe
j In the corner and. nppljlug n some
I what elaborate combination, swung J
open the door Taking from it com
j parnnetit u bundle of pit pern cnrcfully .
I rolled, he unfastened the tape, spread
them nu n table and i'ainlncd them.
one lifter the other. They made a
I olu Illinois heap Here mid Ihire ou
the while pages In bold regular script
appeared the mime of a woman Her
I life lay before him. the various stages
I of nn odd nuil erratic career nt n cabn-
let nt .Monininnre. in n casino in im
parls bnhciniati quarter, lu London
at n variety hall of amusement. And
nftenviird-wiistrel nomad! Through
out the writing lu ninny of the tlevu
meilts a in "her inline, too. n I It till
uiiiiii', n man's, ofieu mine and went.
Milled eluslvt'ly from leaf tu leaf
The reader looked ul Ibis u.ime.
wrotr n page or two mid Inserted
them Cut his task seemed lo afford
him Utile satisfaction llls face wore
an expression mil i emote from dis
couragement. .None knew better than
he the uctual talue, for his purpose,
of the material before him tl.e chaff,
froth, bubble of the case! "Almost con
temptuously he re-irded ll Hud he
sought the uniittiilinuil,')
He drew lilm-elf up suddenly ns If
to shake off momentary tlonbl or de
pression lleplacliig Ids ilocumcnls In
the safe mid lucking It, he walked Into
ii room adjoining, lu a bare, square
place on Hie wall hung foils mid broad
Hivoids, and the only furnishings were
the conveutloiial uppolutmeuls uf a
Here, having doffed til street
clothes mid assumed the scant coitume
of the athlete, for nu hour or more ho
exercised vigorously, etery muscle re
swndlug to Its task with an untiring
ease that told of u perfect system of
training, which proved of service to
, lilui and his well being, for tine night
not long thereafter be was cullcri-upon
to defend himself from n uumber of
footpads who set upon him. ' i
The episode occurred In his own
street near a corner, where the shad-
own were black nt mi hour when the
narrow way seemed silent mid desert
ed. Tor n block or moru footfalls had
sounded behind him, now quickening,
then becoming more deliberate, lu mil
ton with hW own steps, us from time
to lime he purposely altered his p.ue.
Once he hntl slopped, hereupon they,
too, had paused
John Steele teemed oblivious, He
mined into n doorway ami. drawing
from his pocket a cigar, uucouceriu il
ly lighted a match. The fellows looked
nt htm, nt the ttuy flame. It dickered
nud went out. They hesitated. IIu
felt lu his pocket, giving them time lo
move by. They did not do so, lu u
moment the others fiom the main
highway would Join them. As if dis
appointed lu not finding what he
sought, Steele, looking uruund, appear
ed lu see for tho llrst time the evil
looking miscreants who had come
from the direction of tho Thames mid,
striding lowmil them, asked brusquely
for ii light. Ojie of tho fellows thus
unceremoniously addressed had nclual
ly begun tu feel lu tils shabby gar
ments for the article reipilrcd when
his companion uttered u shoit derisory
(To Be Continued Next Week.)
HEAD, BACK AND LEQ8 ACHE?
Ache nil over? Throat sore, with
dilUt"? That is L Grippe.. Perry
Davis' Painkiller will urcali It up If
taken promptly. All dealers, 25c, 33c
nml 50c bottles.
It Is suld that tlitlu are about 12,
000,000,000 letters written evory year,
and that fully 8,000,000,000 ure.wrltton
In Kngllah. Only about 1,000,000,000
ara In French and 1,200,000,000 In der-
junn ., '
5 ,,i)"sjfiWwmJBr'HBj.. yjm$
i E7a'T II H 1 41
for Infante and Ch 1 Id .-..
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
.rfAKTOniA lias met with pronounced favor on tho part of physicians,
' pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It Is used by physician!
with results most grat'fyln,'. Tho cxlendcd usa of Castoria Is unquestionably tho
result of three facts t 1st, Tho Indisputable evidence, that it Is harmless j Uiitl,,
That It not only allays stomach pains and qu'ets tiie nerves, but assimilates the
food) flrtl, It Is r.u agreeable and perfect substitute for casloroll. It is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, morpliino, or other narcotic and docs not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Iiutcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
This Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to cxposu
danger and record tho means of advancing lieolth. The day for poisoning inno
cent children through greed or (gnoruueo ought to tnd. To our ltnnwletlge, (?.is
o a Is a remedy which produces composure 'ana tienllb, by 1-,-iruhitluif tint
,i iem not by stupefying It and our readers am entitled to the Information.
tiatT Journal of Health,
I.or Cutorls itttidi Brit la lu cltwi. la my
t. c; jtvt of prattles X c&a ssy I ncrcr tuT t oand
saythlog Ul at so filled tbt place"
WlLLllM BlLXOST, M. D.,
"I Taaro osod yonr Caatotla In tba caa of my own
baby and find It plaaaaot to takf, and bare obtained
axceUent reaalu from lu nie."
B. A. llccnis.x, M.D.,
navloC roeommended lu urm la nuti Iniunix-s, and
cooatdev It lbs Ut laxallrs that cootd to naut,
Mpaclally for child n."'
KarniNiil. K. Kiso, It. D., St. Lonla, Sic,
Children Cry for
Use For Over 30 Years.
Cleanliness Is Better Than
Pau ka Nana
Ever Try It' ?
Ask Your Grocer
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO., LTD.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1910.
Cash ou hand and In
i until; J130.3S3.67
llonds -. 3,0(10.00
Heal estate ., 27.4iri.2i
Slocks and other Invest
ments , . . . 30,300.07
Mortgnges secured by
J real ettato ,.j 24397.00
Loans, demand and tlinf 257,05t.t8
Furniture and llxtuios,. 4,000.00
I Accrued Interest tecelv
I nhle ', . 2,218.53
Other asjels ...., 239.70
Territory of Hawaii, - )
I , )BS.
City nud County uf Honolulu)
I, A. N. Camphnin Tieosurer of
Ltd., do tolcmnly swear that the above statement Is true lo the best of
my knowledge and hollef. A. N. CAMPllULL.
SubDcrlbed and sworn (u before me this lot day of July, 1910.
J NO. OUILD,
Notury l'ubli:, Klrst Judicial Circuit.
' 4860 July 9, 0, 23, 30; Aug. C, 13.
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J. ABADIE, Prop.
I h vj u--l trttir Cutorls s.iO fourd tt an
KceiUut reiitnljr i.t toy LeuacbOiJ an.1 rrlvalt
pracUcti fur inaii ycarr, To tormala Ift-xcelleuL'
II J. T.rr. M. I).,
"1 tnd your Cantoris to I a atiodarj family
rtmislj. It It tho best thing for lnraata and chil
dren 1 Laro over known and I ncnuimenM It"
It. E. tUsiUMOM, 11, .,
Caitorla .tor toranltU atomach ultsirdera, I rnott
beartlly commend lu nao. Tho formula conUina
nothing dclt-tcrlona toUiemoatdelkate of children."
J. D. Eujott, 11. D., Ken TotkClty.
Subscribed . . ..$200,000
50 paid I ' $100,000.00
Undivided 'mollis 78,077.4 4
Trust and agency uc-
the Henry Wnterliousu Trust Co.,