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m " 10 - - -' ' EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATUHDAY, APR. 1, 1911. Vjfl
Hy C. N AND A. M.
Cop)fihl. 1910. by Douliledir, Tlf
Company Copyrllhl. I'JOft by
iKr MtClur. Company
(Continued from Last Saturday.)
"Oli. there' n-n ithl In Hint story
nctnm In tlit theiiter where 1 iml a
real iicliesi, iiilml juii, u fiiM'Imitor
fruiu rnsrliiiitori lllo. Why I.ll si)
iuuc.li us louked lit mo I don't know,
lint sin- illil. 1 wits m-iir twice tier nee.
nml 'twoulj linte been filn J 1: the
inline too Ion down to try nml hook
uii to her, though 1 nns tempted, xhu
us so pretty, bo Rood to me. I don't
know ulint would 'a' been the upshot
If the property man, who hail his eye
(in tho g'll, luiilii't got me the sack ami
I.ll an encasement on the ronil. She
nml 1 tlrifteil npnrt 1 nou-r wrote,
though she nbkcil me to. I knew 'twas
better not tor her. Hut ou see why
I'm nuts nn the ilnR He was hers,
mul Shakespeare was her name for
him. She loies Shakespeare's plays,
nuil her ambition was to act lu 'em.
Hut all that's somuthlu' I woulilu't 'a'
mentioned If you hailu't kind of earned
the right to Shake's history. I was
telllu' you about my speciality ami
how Shake Introduced me to It, Wo
was on our beam etuis, Shake mid me,
our rib show In' through like silk.
Due marnln' after n night out like this,
only it square downtown, 1 was clrcu
lu tin' around till I blew Into Twelfth
fctreet and dropped my eyes on to a
new restaurant with a good fried
smell, and an Idea hit my brain like a
hammer. Ill 1 walks and offers to
swop It with the boss for n dinner,
lie wasn't takln' liny Just then, but t
talked till 1 wakctl hi in up, showed
him what 1 could do In the art lino
and began to work on tho spot with a
grand now thing In uiecnous. I've
been at It ever since, mid, though the
pay don't go up by leaps ami bounds,
the house bus, and lots u the eaters
nay It's my work's made It what It Is
brought In the public like a tlock of
sheep. I get two meals and three
dimes a day out of the Job, and I
wouldn't be sleephr lu my country
house tonight If I hadn't run acrost a
guy who needed my money more than
l did. I guess there nln't many swells
' half got a liner palace thau this,
though It's kind of drafty. Your cas
tle across the pond nln't got a liner
purl.. I bet."
".My castle's full of drafts, too,"
Loveland humored him.
"So you came oier heio to get out of
em? Wish I could Invite yon to
my hoiel where 1 hang out when I'm
lint lit my country place, hut the trou
ble Is to see the color of your money
or jou don't see the color of their
"How much Is It for n room?" asked
"Oh, a room! I don't run to a room.
A IjihI u a vast wilderness Is good
enough for inn. But n quarter 'II get
yirj one. Three nickels for a bed."
I.melund searched his pockets mid
dubiously exhibited two sliver coins
mixed democratically with n few nick
els and Impotent looking little coppers.
The prospect appealed hopeloss to him.
bm Willing exclaimed with delight:
"tiee IS cents'. You're u bloated mil
lionaire. You might be asleep In two
beds at tl.e Hat hotel Intlead of cool
ing In this Ice cieam freezer."
"If there's the price of I no beds you
uiitst lane one," said l.oielnnd.
'Thank you. You're Ihe real stuff,"
returned illll, gratitude lu Ills voice.
"Hut I'm 0 K. where I am. You stick
to jour slumps I kuow Just how you
feel. I'm nlwtijs chucklif my last
cent away on some poor dicky bird,
tblukln' 'twill be ull right toiuoiruw
ami what's pv!io odds."
'"What about foodV" asked IOveland.
"Cuu wo run to 111" and he glanced at
the 'coins lu his hand.
"Keep thu chungo. We'll eat for
nothing. -Vow's our tlmo to Join thu
Again Vnl looked blank, and ngnln It
was necessary for Hill Wllllng-guldo,
philosopher and friend to explain.
There wero, mild he, two very Inipor
lunt lines drawn every night In New
York for the benellt of the poor, tho
bicnd lino and the bed line. Unci) was
drawn In a public square tho former
lu Herald, tho latter In Madison, and
both were traced by tho finger of char
ity. Tho bed Hue Hill did not often pat
ronize, becniine he could generally pay
fur his own sleeping accommodation,
und If he couldn't there were always
the parks. Hesldes, the parson chap
who spoke In Madison square every
night for the beuoQt of the poor could
collect only money enough to supply a
limited number of men with beds.
Thero was such a lung lino waiting
always, and tho unlucky ones went
nu-ay Into the night looking so disap
pointed. Hill couldn't bear that or tho
thought that ono moro must go bodies
because he bad got In ahead. As for
tho bread line, that was different.
There was usually enough to feed tho
whole lino, with coffee thrown In. It
wns u good show, too, and bometlmes
when Hill hud separated himself from
(lis last coin and .wanted a IltUc cheer
ful ioinp8uy"he'llukeilonto tbo"brcn"il
line. Tonight they would both go "un
less." added Mr. Willing, "yon'ro
nfrnld some o' your swell friends may
It seemed to Lord LoTelnnd that
he had never known how dazzling
light could be till the night lights of
New York dung their diamonds Into
Though It was nearly midnight when
he emeiged from behind the purple
bed eurlnln of the sleeping park, there
was no sign that le-n secluded quar
ters of the city thought of sleep.
In the glass sided palace oT the
Herald tomouow morning's paper wns
libly going to press. Thero wns
n chewing rumble of huge printing
machines, nud from somewhere out of
sight of the bronze owl's staring elec
tric eyes sprang covered wngons load
ed with "up stntc" editions, which
must catch early trains. Newsboys
were jelling extras, trying to howl
each other down ubove the confused
storm of sound, nud ns Willing Hill
lowed his convoy Into the square Ml
nen.i lifted her noble bronze arm to
give the midnight signal. Her pair of
obedient blacksmiths swung their
hammers lustily and struck the bell
Vnl nnd his companion were nearly
the last lu a long procession of .appli
cants for newspaper hospitality, and
for the first time In his lire Lord Lovc
Intid found himself among the dregs
of humanity, learning what It might be
to suffer ns they suffered, they who
seethed lu the caldron of the world's
"They think you're some fly reporXer
takln' notes or n swell doln' the night
sights," said Hill. "They don't like
tMDNl) UIMSKLP AMONU THU 1)11 to 1 OF
you much, but they won't bother you
neither, only some chap may say,
'What queer things jou bee when jou
haven't got your gun. If he does dou't
you take notice; that's nil."
Loveland promised forbearance, but
his patience was not tried. In his turn,
which came when his nose had turned
a, pale lilac with cold und the silk clad
Insteps nboie his pumps weru slowly
congcallug. he recoiled a tin of hot
coffee mid a roll food and drink were
no good nud, ns Hill said, "tilled such
n long felt nnnt" that Val bolted them
greedily, only to yearn for more when
both were goue. Hut etiquette was
ttrlctly preserved In Herald square.
No one asked for n second helping, and
each applicant .when he had drained
bis coffee to the last drop walked away
without a word unless It were n "thank
"Now. ho for the Hal hotel I" ex
claimed Hill cheerfully. "It's a good
Ish step, but as for me after that grub
I feel like 1 could do a sprint round the
Loveland wns refreshed, too, and
more than ever Inclined to look on thu
experience us an adventure oier which
he would laugh tomorrow night. Hut
he did not lutcud t forget Hill Willing
when he forgot the troubles through
which Hill wns tils pilot. Ho must do
something for the poor chap, he said
to himself, and glowed with hot coffee
and n sense of warm generosity.
Shakespeare, who had shared his
master's roll uud lapped the lust
spoonful of coffee, was an Incredibly
small black nnlmiil of somewhat moth
eaten lexture, who In form rather re-
scmhled a grasshopper, but his gen
tle eyes, curiously 111(0 hU master's,
beamed with affection.
"We approach the castle doors, mo
lord," grandiloquently announced Bill,
little guessing that his Jesting way of
address was that to which Loveland
was nccuslomed from tils Inferiors.
Vnl started from the rcverlo In
which ho had been walking nt his
companion's side like n mechanical fig
ure. Ho waked to Und himself In a
brilliantly Illuminated street like a
tenth rate Imitation of Hroudway,
lined with lighted shops, gaudy res
taurants mid strange houses of enter
tainment. "This is the Howery," Hill mentioned
They passed a tall building whose
red front was pictorial with adver
tisements of wonders such as tho
world could not luivo survived had It
seen lliein In the llc&u.
"My old pilch." said Hill. "I paint
ed tho fnt twins wllh their heads tin'
der their, alius und the half zebra
half camel. The fair ono" wlili golden
locks, too, nnd the human bone nrc my
hay doovers. Whnt do you think of
"Chum" wns filled with respectful
admiration of the artist's Imnglnnllon,
If not his technique, nnd he replied
fcricntly that tho shay dooieis In
question were marvelous.
"Hero's where 1 used to bnrU." went
on Hill with a sigh for past glories.
"They'd ought to give us free passes
for n look round. If you'd like, but the
boss nln't built that way, nnd there's
iiothln' to see anyhow. The freaks
nln't what they're pnluted couldn't be
for n dime."
Willing pnuscd In front of n build
ing which loomed up dingy nud HI
lighted In comparison with Its gaudy
neighbors. A lamp over n low browed
door drew suUlcIcut attention to tho nn
nounccment, printed In faded lettering,
that this was "Tho Hat Hotel, For
Hill Willing opened tho door ns If
he were nt homo. "Come In, do," ho
said hospitably, nud Loveland obeyed,
to find hltmclf standing dliectly at the
foot of a long, dimly lit stairway, the
stein of which were protected from
the wear uud tear of time nud boots by
btrlps of Iron.
At the tot) wns n closed door, nud,
this open. Loveland was plunged Into
the life nnd movement of tho Hat
hotel, appropriately named for Its
night ncthltlcs. Hchlnd u grating
which formed n small room stood tho
proprietor or manager of tho estab
lishment, ready to accept payment,
nllot beds. Inscribe the names of new
clients ill n book nnd deal out keys
of lockers or cubicles. This tiny olllco
wns cut out of n long, narrow room In
which fifty or sixty meu wero sitting
glancing over the newspapers or writ
ing a last letter before they went to
lied. They wero grouped at oue of
several long tables that ran down tho
length' of tho room or assembled round
a huge Iron stovu whose fnt body was
almost red hot
As Hill easily leaned his elbows on
a narrow shelf in front of the olllco
grating, explaining his errand to Ihe
manager, Ijvclund wished himself
back in the park again, half drowned
in perfumed moony vapor, but It wns
too late. He was "lu for It" now. he
said to himself as Hill with a certain
pride announced that "his friend"
wanted u room. "A bed for mine." be
went on pleasantly. "I'd Ik- glad of
HI, if It's free. 1 nlwnys sleep mighty
well In 81."
Klghly-one was engaged, but Hill got
another number to which be was ac
customed, mid then bis friend's uamu
"Anything you like up to Edwnrd
VII. or down to J. Smith." whispered
Mr. Willing as he moicd nwny Hint
Loveland might take his place, at the
l.oielnnd hesitated for nn Instant
and then gave the name of 1'. Gordou.
one lo which ho hud a right, 'among
As Hill wns competent to play host
they weru glveu their keys nnd allow-'
ed lo llud their own way to their quar
ters. Ixivelnud's number wns on tho
next flour, but Hill's cheaper lodging
wns higher up.
The cubicles were not numerous, for
such accommodation de luxe wns be
yond the means, beyond even the am
bition of a hundred out of the 100
nondescript men whom the Hat hotel
sheltered each night. The row (called
"I'lflh avenue" by thoeswho could
not afford to sleep Iherei wns partition
ed off from it long room the size of the
reading room belmv. but here. Instead
of tables nud benches running ulong
the nulls, were beds, iiiiiny beds, plac
ed nt small. Irregular distances from
each other, A faint light revealed
them and the slrntghl dark shapes of
Ihe lockers shared, half uud half, by
III" sleepers whom l.ovelanil could
dimly see hunched up under their gray
Hill unlocked Ihe door of l.ovehiud'H
utricle lot 111 111 "This I piellj emit
oleic, nl'i'J PV" be iisl.ul In a whisper
API' li npis'iisl Ihe slumber of otlicni
'!' ii- b"d. are eno.l enoiuli l.ir initio.
.1 Ihi-M' looms mi. III n i lollt"
ll was ii mm Ii htiiiiblid lord who
'nil hlmseir up hi Ihe liiiastid mug
illleeiue or No 1.. Ih ih lludllig him"
elf possessed of n mirioiv hospital
bed spiced wllh a i.ta.1 blind. ol xtront;
N'cnlid Willi i ai bulb ami lust space
hough III the iiiM- to hi, v. r he
hir-e III, I fin le:iMill h. . loomed
nod lii Ii f lis he did iiiiI I e
Haling Million Illll pl nliJil with
ill s.ijlug a mini In ilnqiniagotuciit
if Ihe Hut lintel iiimied In n lien till
scIIIkIiiiom. u In. h would imi for tb
ilnrld ll.ile hurl III. I cloud's reellngxi
l.iitehllill tool, nil i nil. II. Ileelttle am'
-hoes o roll llllllsell up III Ihe (ll-lll
filled blanket 'Ihe bed was not iiion
i hail three or bun Inches ino slum for
his lull bod.i. uud. though I bo mat
Hess and pillow Were as Dm us slab
lol.es and hard us poiert.i. Vnl feP
Sleeping, ilieaius rami- toihliu more
real In seeming t lit it un.i happenliu
of Ihe slt.iuo nljlitiniire d.i jus
passed 'I hel liele of still Ins at set
"f II. h'lii.' Ill Smith f.iea ami hi
i light poflsiout ti'ipnu at 'he ih
hsir iireiniioil him m. ie lie lime '
',.. o I I .1 .
f Ruth Cap- "Y
1 "YcbI Air i1lit!" iu muniTcr., n.t r f rv r i IT TV Im
"Yes! Air tlglil!" lie lmiuere... .t
ting up dazedly. "I what"
"Shi You'll rouse eieryhody," wills
tiered Hill Wllllng's warning olcc.
"Unlock the door, will you'"
Still halt nsleep, Loveland blinked
In tho dim light, found the key lu the
Irvl; nml turned
4Vri.'.":: IE5D ll. Like n shab
Hi U7 T" . i . t i t i
ctj..-;vMf "J gnusi i 1 1 1
btoie lino uiu
sorry to rout you
out so early," he
said lu cautious,
ly lowered tones,
"but It's 0
o'clock, "l.d In
half nn hour
l'ie got to be at
the restaurant lo
begin work. If
you'll get ready
and come along
Ihe boss's daugh
ter. Miss Izzle,
may take a shine,
to jou nnd smug
gle jou n breaU
fust when Alex
"IIEH I'A ain't TitrnK
TO SAY .NO."
ander the Great, her pa. nln't thero to
Ily the time that Hill had made his
plans clear Lovehind's drugged mem
ory luid begun,!!) work He recalled
eierythltig wllh the sensation of hnv
Ing opened a gate to set free n troop
of grunting wild pigs. He wns cold
The carbolic smell, which he hated,
inndu lilni feel tlik. Ills head throb
bed ns If tucks neie being stuck Into
his temples uud torn out again. Ills
muscles were stiff, nnd he felt more
tired than when he had lulu down. II
wns disgusting to think Hint lie bad
slept In his clothes lu such a place us
this mid hud nothing fresh to put ou,
uud he loathed his own Isidy bemuse
of the squnlijr lu which ll had consent
ed lo wullow
How ho longed for n cold hath In n
great white -oicclulu tub. eleitir Illicit,
neat tweeds uud Ihe luxurious siller
toilet things, ull of whleh Mould liaie
been his morning portion tit home or
lit the hotel he hud left. Hut lopiiilugs
only added to the liatefuliiess of his
He made himself as neat as he cou'il.
did not grumble at the washing ac
commodations uud moved wllh cau
tion for fear of dlsliiihlug men ll bom
twenty-four hours ago be would bau
considered no more than sheep. That
was beeiiuse he hail been of the broth
el hood, mid. Iboiull he expected soon
to glie up Ills membership, he would
never be able to forget. Men such us
these wllh whom he had touched
shoulders would neier be tilings for
(Continued Next Saturday)
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