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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.
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Lord - Loveland
By C N. AND A. M
CP)llht. 1910. hj Doubl.dr. Nit 41
Cemesnr. CopfrljhC IMS. by
the NtClvr Comptnr
(Continued from Last Saturday.)
Hill rarm, lis Mrs. Lorolnnd's placo
wis called, lay In a clinriulng country
Col fur from Louisville, nnd nt noon
of the day after tier surprise visit to
thQ theater Miss Denrmcr's newly ap
pointed chauffeur was waiting for liU
ftnplayer at tbe Aslivllle station.
. Jn his hand was the battered bag
which hod called forth the contempt
of Jack Jacobus', and In his heart were
shame, rebellion, Jealousy nnd Joy, initi
aled with several other emotions, nono
of which ho could haro detlned least
of nil the Joy.
lie reminded himself that there could
now be no possible satisfaction In his
nearness to Lesley. Shu did not llko
htm enough to believe In Idm.
He bad to wait for somu time on
the platform before Miss Denrmer ap
peared, and then she camo toward him
"Auctlo Is saying goodby to onr Ash
Tills friends'," she explained. "1
they're not going to stop with us till
the train goes. 1 thought for several
reasons It would bo better not, and
they qutto understand. Ilefore you
meet my aunt 1 wnnt a little talk with
you. 1 haven't totdjicr or tbo others
that you that there's any connection
betweuu you and tbe newspaper story
about tbo marquis and bis udveuturcs.
1 wild I'd met you before and w as sor
ry to And now that you'd had uilsfor
tuuei, losing your money and other
things. Hint had put J on Into nn un
.comfortable position. Auntie was In
her stateroom on board ship till the
last morning, nnd then I didn't point
yon out to her. If sho saw )oit at all
she didn't notice jou particularly, and,
besides, she's very nearsighted. Sho
knows ouly that you're Mr. Uordon
and that to help you a little I've asked
you to act as chauffeur for a short
time, till you can got something hot
"And tilt Mr. Cremer can get somo
one, better." Lotelnnd capped her
"J'ou have to bo tried first," smiled
the girl. "And I mean you to bo a
success a great succeis. Now I'm go
lug jo nuntlo. 1 think we'd better
travel In liferent cars, for sho hasn't
quite got used yet to the Idea of a
Vth th.it tbo girl pressed a railway
tckct Iqto his hand, and ho was left,
not knowing whether he were mora
Inclined to laughter or to cursing.
Ttio Hill I'tiriu might ulmost havo
been an English farm, with Its ram
bling red brick bouse, apparently of
the Georgian period. Its squuro pined
Windows and Its pillared porch .draped
With n tanglu of grapevine and Vir
Vul arrived ouly n few minutes later
than Lesley nml Mrs. Lovclnnd, and
the girl was waiting for him In the
open doorway when his back drovo up.
'This Is a big old house." Bald Les
ley, coming out Into tho porch "at
least It's old for America. It's stood
for uliout ISO years, and there's lots
of room In It, You will live In the west
wing. In a few minutes Uncle Wally
will show you where to go. Here,
Ulicla Wally, take Mr. Gordon's bag."
Thero was no contempt cither for the
bag or Its owner on tbo mUd old faco
Of the gruy headed negro, who was as
perfect and well trained a servant In
bin way as any butler In an ICngllsh
country house. Evidently be, too, bad
been tqld that this was a "gentleman
chauffeur," to be treated llko a gentle
man. And Loveland was grateful to
bis hostess, fooling a sudden Impulse
toward happiness until with a shock,
be remembered Sidney Cromer.
"When will Mr. Cremcr arrive?" ho
asked Lesley as they walked together
across a sloping lawn toward tbo sta
"Oh, Sidney's very much nt homo
here." she answered lightly. "You
may so him at any time. Meanwhile
you won't mind driving tho car for
tne, wUl you?"
"I think you know whether Ml mind
that or not,'' said Loveland almost
more to himself than to tha girl "If
cmly there wore no Sidney Croraor"
,'.!!" bare an Idea-you won't dislike
Sidney .when you meet him," Lesley
said klndlyif I
"Amman's chauffeur has no right to
an opinion about him at least that's
what I usod to think myself. Cromer
must be very rich," grutiiblcd Love
land, apparently apropos of nothing.
t'Sldoey 'makes a' good deal of money
out of .novels .nnd plays Qt least It
seems a gpod deal fo me, but maybe It
wouldp't fo you. Perhaps Sidney's
cartings, i amount to about tivejVo or
flfe'o". thousand of your English
pounder n year, nnd bo's saved qutto a
lot, too, for' bo's been popular as a
playwright and 'novelist In America
and England for sovcral years now."
"Dy Jove!" exclaimed Lovclnnd.
"Whaf o lucky beggar!"
"That Just , espressos It a 'lucky
beggar -r-for, be wag njmpst a beggar
at tbe tlnle he made bis Unit success."
icraS. i MiBsfMTswiet una' Bit '' Jltif'mtx.i' ,v- li i--V
h1BIIMilUilihlh lTTinn--"''''frJMI'l ' "11 '"""
Lesley siulttd, nni her dimples tV lu
lled. "It Isn't decided jet. Hut I
dnro say It will bo soon. Xirw, I sup
poe wjth tbo grand Ideas you used to
talk to mo nbuilt, 12.K or 15,000
year and n few loose thousand lying
around, would eem llko shabby gen
teel poverty to you."
"Don't bit a man when he's down,"
aid Loveland. "If I had only half as
much as Mr. Cremer 1 could do the
things I wnut most to do."
"What nro they?" asked Lesley.
"Nowadays tbo thlugs 1 feel I should
like most to do nro to restore our poor
old tumbled down homo nml get rid of
"You say 'nowadays.' Ilnvo you
changed your mind lately?"
tl'vu changed almost everything ex
cept these ewrlastlng tweeds! I know,
of course, that my affairs will come
fight In nuo way presently. I shall get
back to England before my leave's up,
but I shan't go back the same man.
I've lost the chance of all that's tho
best worth having, if I ever could bate
had such n chance."
"Ypu'ro too young to give up hope,
almost as young as Sidney Cremer."
"Wbnt! He's, younger than I nm?"
"Sidney Is twenty-three."
"Once you said you didn't llko men
under twcnty-sK, they seemed so raw."
"I ought to bo flattered that you
should remember my saying of 'once.'
You see. though, Sidney's quite differ
ent from other men, especially to me.
Hut hero we nro nt tho Btnhles: We'll
talk about Sidney's car Instead ol Sid
ney." "Just ono question flrstl" exclaimed
Loveland. chopping short In front of
the old fashioned
but neatly kept
stables and spa
barn. "I know 1
haven't nny right
to nsk It. but
were you engag
ed to Cremer
when wo crossed
together on tbe
with Sidney were
then o x n c 1 1 y
what they nre
now," replied tho
girl, with n pret
ty primness that
made her mouth
'u fiu: you i:NriACEr
took as If she had Just said "prunes,
Ills Inst hope gone slnco Lesley had
not accepted dromcr out of plquo
Loi eland was silenced.
sinxEV ciiFMt.n8 ciiAcrEun.
NO letter ttas fof warded to the
Hill Farm from thu theater nt
Itonnerktown for tho very
good reisou tiat Ills Moon,
having found onn, for Mr. I. Gordon,
oK.'iied, read and out of sheer spite de
stroyed It. .with Its several luclosures.
The envelope was addressed In Hill
Willing' liiapproirrlutely beautiful
handwiltlng, and there was n short
nolo from him saying that ho had
great pleasure 111 Inclosing two letters
Just arrived from England; also that
hv sent his "undying lore to I.llllo do
One of the English letters blazed to
tho actress' dazzled eyes with n gilded
coronet and begnu: "My Own Darling
Vnl IIow can you ever forglvo mo for
not answering your poor, dear cable
gram? Hut of course I thought It was
from that horrible wretch I'oxhnm. It
seems now he sold your ticket for the
llnltlc and sailed for Australia. All
sorts of reports camo In about him di
rectly nfter you must have sidled, and
I learn now that even before you left
James Harborough suspected him be
cause of somo forged check he'd beard
of I'm really too confused and upset
to remember bow or when or what.
Hut In any case It was most remiss ot
James not to have Instantly warned
you against the man, oven on the
This was ouly tho beginning of the
coronetcd letter, which had no para
graphs nnd very few punctuations.
Jealous still. Miss Moon was relieved
to see that the signature was "Your
Adoring Mother," but sho was at a
loss to understand nllusloim to duch
esses and other persons of title. In
deed, It would havo appeared to her
like n "property" letter to bo read on
tbo stngo by nn aristocratic hero of
melodrama had It not been for tho post
otllce order for $300. which it contain
ed. This sho throw Into tbe lire that
Gordon might not benefit by It
Tbo other letter Inclosed had no cor
onet nnd was signed "Your affection
ate cousin, Hetty." At-the end was a
postscript lq a different band, which
seemed somehow to'i suit tbe rather
dashing signature "Jim."
Th'ls second letter wns even moro
difficult than tho first for on uninitiat
ed person to understand, and It Irri
tated Mis Moon to a high pitch ot
"It was pnrtjy a'Joka and partly ear
nest, but It bad n good motive," wroto
Hetty, "I guessed tho morning ypur
really very conceited letter about thu
Now York Introductions camo that Jim
hud something quaint up hU slcoro
tq sprlug upon you when you d arrived
In America, but I Didn't know wbnt.
Tq jell (ho truth, Vnl, I was oven more
disgusted thap Jim hv your cool way
of assuming that )m had only to show
yourself to pick nnd chomu nuiohg all
tbo nicest as -well ns richest girls.' 1
should havo loved to box jour cars,
nnd I said, tot conrm wo wpn't give
him aqy letters, unci I'll to!) him Just
what wo 'think of him; tbeli maybe
bo won't go.' Hut 4m snld: 'Yes, we
will glvo him thu e)u'rs. nnd ho Bhnll
go." Wc may find another way of
tpoejjlqg JilrojLjcsson, 0-WJlX4j!af.wW
' , m&
do 111 in good If he's woith Celng dono
"That Mas nil, and ns Jim didn't re
fer to tho subject again nfter we post
ed the letters of Introduction the con
versation slipped my mind. 1 didn't
think nny more nbouf It until weird
things began to be copied Into London
papers from Now York ones mid jour
mother Wired Jim to nsk what, If any
thing, could be dono to punish Fox
ham. You see, sho thought you wero
on the llnltlc.
"Jim soothed nil her worries, so you
needn't bo anxious about her, as of
course you would If you thought she'd
been alarmed. When I saw para
graphs In tbo papers I talked to Jim,
nnd It was only then that be told roo
what he'd done, boSv It was nil bis
fault really, and ho was very sorry,
been use everything had turned Out a
lot worgo for you than he'd ever
dreamed ot wanting It to be. Tnto
took n hand In tha game and played i
for all it was worth,' Jim snld.
"It seems that Koxhnm, your man,
asked Jim to cash a check signed by
you fnio night not long ago. Don't you
remember when ho und 1 wen; at Hat
tlcmend nnd you camo down for Sat
day to Monday? Jim suspected some
thing wrung, but wouldn't speak to
Jou till he'd mado sure, because that
wouldn't havo been fair, nnd Koxhnm
was such an Invaluable valet. 'A few
d.ijs later, when Jim was making In
quiries about the man, ho found out
that the. horrid criaturo had actually
impersonated you nt two or three ho
tels nnd run up bills In ypur name. It
was tho very evening beforo your let
ter about America camo that Jim got
tho first part of this Information, nnd
day by day moro kept coming In up to
tho time when wo heard Foxham had
given you notice. All nlong Jim was
thinking out tbo Idea of Hint lesson for
you the Joko that was to bo halt In
earnest and then when Mr. Vander
pot couldn't sail In tho Mnurctnnln tho
whole plan was mapped out without n
word being snld, even to mo.
"Of course I want to assure you
again, nnd Jim will wrlto n postscript,
that ho meant nothing worse to Imp
pen to you than a disappointment and
a blow to your conceit. Ho telegraph
ed to several of tho pcoplo to whom
you had letters, saying that If a per
son turned up calling himself by your
name beforo tho Haltlc landed they'd
better wnlt and makq sure before be
ing nice to you that you weren't your
own absconding valet sailing under
false colors. Ho didn't say It wouldn't
bo you, nnd ho supposed that Ills,
friends would simply hang back1 for n
few days, making no sign, thus giving
you to think that you weren't us Im
portant In America as you'd fancied.
Ho Imagined, too, that tho heiress busi
ness wouldn't como off qulto ns easily
as you expected and that altogether
yon might be n llttlo sobered down.
As for your trouble with tho bank, wo
know now that this Is what bapnenpd:
It turns out that Henry van Cotter
has lately become n partner In the
bank which corresponds with yours In
Loudon, nnd, having got Jim's wire
about tho valet probably nt tho same
tlmo when Instructions arrived from
tho London nnd Southern, naturally
ho told Ids pcoplo to bo. prepared and
not to pay. IIow could Jim think of
such n thing happening or that Mr.
van Cotter and the others would run
about gobslplng of what ho told them
as a mere supposition? It must have
boon too dreadful for you nt thu hotel.
And, n for that Mr. Milton, I'm sure
ho U n horror.
"Then It wns another contretemps
thnt neither Jim nor I saw tho news
papors'nt first. Of course tho minute
Jim know whnt had been going on bo
wired evcrywhete and wroto long let
ters ot explanation, ton (a lllle earlier
thun he'd originally meant), to put nn
end to the misunderstanding he'd set
in motion. Hut meumvhlle you'd dis
appeared from Now York, l'oor dear,
my heart quite bleeds for youl And yet
-and yet I wonder If all that you've
gono through Is entirely n matter of
It wiis here, nfter tho "Affectionate
Cousin Hetty" signature, that tho oili
er handwriting begun.
"1 wonder too! I want to know
what you think about It. Now It's nil
explained nnd you sco Just where and
how 'much I'm to blamo for what's
past you may or may not bo Inclined
to forglvo mo for trying to piny Provi
dence that good might como ot ovll
Dut It thero Is anything which jou
don't regret perhaps jou'll partly un
derstand yourself and me. An) how,
I apologize, having now dono my best
to atone, In case you want to go back
to New York in a blazo of glory and
be mado a lion of. Mcanwhllo I nwnft
your vordict 0U(j nm, ns tho writers
ot anonymous letters nro supposed to
slgn'thcmselvcs, 'jour friend nnd well
Again fnto had "taken a band in
tho game" nnd used Miss Moon ns
cntspaw. Into tho lire In her bedroom
nt Houncrstovvn went all those elab
orate explanations, nnd tovclund did
not dream tbut ho had qnly to com
municate with the bank In Now York
to receive apologies and a sum of
money which, after his vicissitudes,
would hnvo seemed a fortune.. Ho
hid not oven n prophetic "pricking In
bis. thumbs" wlillo his mother's post
oIUco order for J30X) Uy)) gnyly burned
In a ISonncrstown stove. Ho bad no
suspicion that Now York society or an
Important section ot It was wearing
sackcloth and ashes on bis nccount;
neither did he know that Lesley Dear
titer, whether believing lilm n genuine
article or not, hud sent him an anony
mous donation which lay unclaimed at
In tho house he and Miss Denrmer
had no lutercouBc, und ho did not even
know what tho gill's dally occupations
wero or wbnt visitors sho saw. Hut at
least three hours out of every twenty
four gavo her to him as nn lntlmuto
comp'ulun. near Jn wlgdmd. Jjodjr,
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Thoreforo until tho hateful Cremer I
should "fall out'of n clear 'ky Val was
not eager for homo news which wquld
lenvo no excuse for lingering nt this
old .homestead In tha blue grass coun
It.seeuiod to Val that Lesley was al
ways happy, and becauso she was hap
py horbolf she could not bear to seo
others sad or unfortunate. Though
she asked no questions about her
chauffeur's English past, sho showed
frank Interest In his American experi
ences. Sho led him on as they spun
through tho country slda by stdo to
tnlk of Hill Willing, of Llllle de Lisle,
of. IM lllnnoy and crcu of Isfdora, tha
Too delicate minded to put her sus
picions Into words, Lesley contrived
tactfully to pluck from Loveland nomo
scanty Information concerning Miss
Alexander's seuil-cngngement to the
Jewish commercial traveler.
"She'll nevcry marry him," the girl
"1 wish 1 could think you wero
right," said Loveland. "Poor Istdora
IniH a warm, generous heart, nnd It
would bq a beastly shame to waste
ier on the oily creature."
"When I first knew you It wouldn't
have occtirfHl to you tbut the affairs
of n common little person llko that
might bo worth bothering, aboutl" ex
claimed Lesley. "Hut now I believe
you'ie tenlly Interested."
"I really nm." admitted Vnl. "I hope
that doesn't disgust jou?"
"Exnctly tho other wny." Lesley as
cured him. "Hut Isldorn won't mar
ry tho Cohen man lifter nil that's hap
pened. Shu won't miury nny ono for
n gucd long time."
"Wl)ut makes J on think so?" asked
"Oh. because I'm n woman myself."
And then she wNild say no more on
that subject, but
she talked eager
ly of Hill Will
ing and Ids star.
would play rulry
godfather to the
tuu, Hhe said,
tiiat happy ccr
Inlnty of her lov
er's mind which
prexHid mid In I'
'Ihciv were I1U
the road" louring
wilt) S 111 ll.e j'l.
pie, es III ver
."OUT MY I AM. IS K0IM, ,, .si.f
BIOIKhP. W) U(Ul ,,.,,
"Mr. 1,'uiiIhU'h" word fur l.lllli lie
I.Me'x alillu.i im u. i.uluee nm!
would cider. her n purl Hlmrtly In Ip
ik-ii owing to (he man lace of tin- girl
now Plujliig l.' Ah fur "Hint perfect
iamb 4r a It I.I I. i place khotill ,he
found for him In th- Name cumiutiiy
that Lesley would pnuiiNc-mid the;
could marry at once.
"You hail better wait ni)d hear what
.Mr. Cremer kiijs." suggeiUiil Loveland.
almost bitterly, when Lesley had In
strueled him to wrlle the good news
at once to l.lllle mid Hill IM lllnnoy
uiih also t l,i piotiihil for. sent ton
convalescent home mid gven hope for
a chance as "properly man" nlih one
of Sidney's plays when he should be
strong enough to gn on tour again.
"Oh. Sidney und I always think nllke.
Haven't I tqhl you thai bofiuo?" yvas
Lesley's answer. "There's nn need tn
wait. 1 know nil nlioiit Sidney's busi
ness. Ami I thought it would bo a
pleasure to you to write mid bo tbe
menus, of making ypur friends happy."
"So It would If 1 were the means,"
muttered Lovclnnd. "Hut I'm uoL It's
Mr. Sidney Cremer. Everything Is
Sidney Cremer, und ho Is everything."
"Somq day 1 may remind you of that
speech." said Lesley. Ji'hcn sho laugh
ed fn u mysterious llttlo way she had.
Hut sho wus datcrmlned thdt Loveland
should wrlto tbo letters she desired
written, and, learning tbo lesson of
unselfishness, bo tried to rcjolco In his
friend's good luck. '
"It's a long luno thnt has no turn
ing," ho said to himself as bo sealed
lotters which vvoud change the faco
of tho world' for threo persons. "Their
turning has come nt last, and I'm glad.
Hut my lane Is, blocked. Whatever
happens, that brute Sidney Cremer will
ahvaja stand' at tha dud nnd bur' my
IN THE CAIl TOOtTlinn.
IT was the day nffcr Vul bad sent
off the joyous tidings to liLs
friends lu tbo big world beyond
A tbo Hill Farm that tidings from
the big world camo to him.
Thanks to Miss Moon, the letters
from home were lost. Hut. greatly as
that lady would have delighted In so
sweeping a measure. It was Impossi
ble to keep P. Gordon forever lu the
dark by destroying wholo Issues of
New York Journals.
Uncle Wnlly was In tho habit of
bringing tho gentleman chauffeur his
breakfast and with thnt meal, which
consisted of delicious southern dishes,
tho morning paper.
Lovolqnd did not find American
news particularly exciting nnd as n
rule merely glanced through tho paper
as ha nte. Uut tbe New York Light
M a special Interest for him.
Vul laid aside tbe Loulsvlllo Mon
day paper and began to read tho Now
Suddenly1, ho cried out. an oxcltcd "Ity
Jove!" and forgot tbut iio had not tin
(shed his 'breakfast, hut us by this
tlmo Undo Valy bad gone thero was
nobody to bo surprised by his emotion.
Yes, t lmi) como at last, his Justi
fication, and oven bis triumph for tho
story as told by Tony Kldd mudq it
?oemalmosJntrlunu)U. JndeejJ, ho
"'" "" '""i-- ' m.i ii. i - -i " "issssesiiisMssJSSilslessislsSUsBJSJBcig'
had hardly renllrpl himself Tiow dra"
malic; It nil was uutll he saw tho print
ed nccount of whnt he had gono
through. Hill Wllliug bad been Inter
viewed nt, tho Hat hotel, of which a
graphic sketch and description were
given. Alexander the Great had been
Interviewed nnd thus secured another
free advertisement for the red res
taurant, Isldorn bad been Inter
viewed nnd photographed, In her best
nat. And Inst, though far from least,
Mr. Henry vnn Cotter bud been Inter
viewed. From hfhi, It seemed, Tony
Kldd hud got'bn tho trail or tbo trutbi
Mr. van Cotter's friend Jim Harbor
ough had wired from Ixindon that It
wus nil a mlstako about (he valet Im
personating the Marquis of Lovclnnd,
a mistake which had partly arisen
through tho sailing of Lord Loveland
on tho Mnuretnnla Instead of tbo Hal
tlc. ns expected. The valet bad soil
ed for Australia, but. would be arrest
ed nt tho first port, and It was tbo Mar
quis of Loveland himself whom fate
nnd society bad hounded out ot New
"Where Is Lord Loveland?" was ono
ot tho several scnsnttounl headlines
with which Tony had ornamented bis
two col u in il nrtlclc, for, though Dill
Willing hnd told of the barnstorming
episode, ho did not yet know nnd
thereforo could not tell, even If bo
would, his "swell" frlends's present ad
dress. Now that bo had come Into his own
Loveland could no doubt somehow set
money ulmost nt onco ou that unlucky
letter ot credit, pay back the adyanco
Miss Denrmer had mado him, ccaso (o
ho a gentleman chauffeur, leave tho
Hill Farm and return (o New York to
bo a gcutlcuian nt large.
Hut thero was uo Joy In the thought
of ceasing to bo a chauffeur and still
less In thnt of leaving tbo Hill Farm.
Tho play was played out, and tho
adventure was'ovcr, but ttfo could not
bo as It hod been for Loveland. lie
could not take up tho old Ufa or tha
old self Ttbcro be bad dropped both
ono night In Central park. He was a
different man In these days, caring
for different things, and uufortunately
the thing ho ennd for most was the
ono thing ho could not have Lesley
Dcarmer's love Ilelng onco mora
Lord Lovclnnd and having n repentant
New York nt his feet would not glvo
him Lesley Dearraer, Wlillo bo was
thinking bow good It would have been
wero fate n better stngo manager to
Justify himself to Lesley, Lesley sent
for him by Uncle Wally.
To her ho was Mill tho chauffeur,
ami the darky who iolltcly delivered
tho message nuuouuccd that "young
miss w'optd bo obliged to Massah Gor
don if hq would tuku ber out In tho car
as quick as possible."
As, Loveland footed over (ho Gloria,
ujijklng her purr pc'asa)itly u'nrenara
tlou tor the rui', bo jrleil to dcclde'deO-.
ulluly whnt to do next. Face to face
with tho certainty of separation und
her marriage with another man. every
hour silent with the joyed one Locarno
a, .priceless treasure. Ho resolved hot
only to be silent about the urllclo In
the Niiw York Light, but to go liapk to
ills room and carefully bldo tho news
paper. Tills' he did. dollghted to Dnd tho big
budget lying ou the Boor where ho had,
left t, u
When Cremer was In tbo house1 ho'
would bo glad to go mid glad to prove
to Lesley before going that iio was ull
ho hud once claimed to bo.
When the car wus ready he drovo to
the front door nnd found Lesley tying
on her motor veil, a charming picture
set In n rustic frame.
Loveland'R spirits rose when bo saw
thnt she wus utono. Auntie In tho
limousine wus the tenst obtrusive of
chaperons. Still, thero was Joy In hav
ing the girl to himself.
"For a wonder 1 couldn't sleep last
night," said Lesley, "and 1 thought an
curly spin lu tho car would clear tuy
bruin of cobwebs."
Loveland said he was sorry to hear
Miss Denrmer had not slept "Uncle
Wnlly told me," bo added, "that you'd
becu writing late last night."
"Not exactly wtitlng," explained
Lesley, finishing tho' chiffon bow un
der her chin with dainty claboiatlon.
"I was looking over an 'net of a new
piuy which Sidney has begun. Per
haps that excited me. Aud tlum I was
waked at 7 by n telegram und conld
not sleep iigatii."
Something lu her eyes, gleamlng'llUe
fairy Jewels under an enchanted lake
as they sbono through tbo filmy veil,
made Val miserably sure that Cremcr
had sent the telegram.
Hut he was becoming outwardly
qulto a well trained servant, nnd ou)y
uuder the greatest provocation could
ho be gouded Into asking impertinent
"You've heard nothing from your
people yet?" asked Lesley nfter a few
minutes' silence while they flew along
a road smooth as If It bad beau made
"Not jet." replied Val. "But I dare
say Boinetlilng will bo forwarded from
Honnorstown theater In a day or'two.
I told you I'd written to tho manager
thero, giving (Ills address, for I1III
would have sent on to Hqnncrstown
anything (hut camo for mo to his care
lu Now Vprk."
"Yes, you told tne," Bald Lcsloy.
"Hut I was wondering If you'd had
good uows. because"
"llccnu.se of something la your tele
gram?" Loveland coud not resist
iraklng luto thu slight pause she
"Yes, Indirectly. Dear me, Mr. Gor
don, dou't you think you went round
that corner too fast?"
"Did I?" asked Loveland. "I'm sor
ry, I dldjT t nollca,"
(Continued Next Saturday)
2185 editorial rooms 225G
business ofllre. These ure the tele
phone numbers ot the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 u.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
--Honolulu, Hawaii, June i, 1911.
TENDEHH FOH UEntSCATTLE.
Healed tenders, In duplicate, endorsed
Tendera for Beef Cattle," will be re-
celved at tho office of tha Hoard of Wnterhouse nnd Albert Wnterboiise,
Ilenllli, until 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, 'executors of the Will of Henry Wn
June 20, 19.11, for supplying the Leper trrhnusc, deceased, whe'eln petitioners
Settlement. Moloknl, with beef cattle. nsk trf bo- ullowed .tl34.49O.04 nhd
for the period ot six months from Julyjchnrgcd with $134,490.04, nnd nsk that
1, 1911, to December 31, 1911, under. tbe same bo examined nnd npproved,
the following conditions, namely: jnnd that n final order be mado of ills-
1. Tho bldqer must ortiT to furnish. trlbutlon of tho remaining property to
fat beef cattle to weigh not , less than 'the persons thereto entitled nnd dls
3B0 pounds net when dressed, In lotsjchnrgliig petitioners from nil further
nvernglng nbout 00 head per month.lresponnlblllty therein; It Is Ordered,
more or less, ns may bo specified by
the Superintendent of tho Leper Set
tletnent, delivered nt the I.eper Settle
ment, Moloknl. For further Informa
tion npply nt the office of the Hoard
of Health, Honolulu.
2. Hides, tallow nnd offal to bo the
property of the Hoard of Health.
3. Each ld must he for the price
per pound llvo weight, with nn nlter
natlvo offer of n price per head.
4, The successful bidder must agreo
that nil cnttlo are offered for delivery
subject to the right of the Superintend
ent of the Leper' Settlement to reject
any or nil Unfit for use. In which event
pther cnttlo must be forthwith fur
nished to make up tbo required num
ber nnd those rejected forthwith re
moved at the expfliso of tho bidder.
All bids must lie submitted In nc
cordance with, nnd niiject to, the pro
visions nnd requirement" of Act 02,
Session Laws 1909.
Tenders must be accompanied by n
certified check equal In nmount to 5
per rent, of the tender on the basis ot
60 head per month, or 60 head per
month weighing hot, when dressed, SCO
THE HOARD OF HEALTIf.
Ily Its President,
E. A. MOTT-SMITIL
4947 June 0, 7, X. '.I. 10, 12, 13, 14, 1C, 1C
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno C, 1911.
TENDERS FOR PAIAI LEPER
Pealed tenders. Ill duplicate, endorsed
'Tenders fop Pnhl -Leper Settlement,"
win no received at tiiu ouico of tne
Hoard of Health, until 12 o'clock noon,
Tuesday, Juno ?p, 1611. for supplying
tho Leper Settlement, Motokill, with
pa l.i I durjpg tf9 period of six nionths
from July 1, 1911. to December 31,
1911, under the following conditions,
Tenders to bp for the price pep bun
dle of, pnlal weighing jwcnty-rlve (251
pound net, 'ino ,114)01 lo uu ircsiuy
rnndo and seflurely' packed In II leaves
and 'delivered In good condition nt tho
Leper Settlement, Moloknl. '
Tenders to bo based on the sunnly
of 900 tc 1900 pnu per month to 'be
delivered ns ordered by the Superin
tendent and tho supply to begin with
tho first week of July, 1911.
For further Information npply nt thq
o til eo of tha Hoard of Health, HonoJ
Tho Hoard reserves the right to pur
chase taro from Walkolu Vulley,
Tenders must be nccotnpahled by
certified check equal In nmount to f
per rent, of tho tender on tho basis
of 1200 pnlal per month.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with, and be subject to, tho
provisions und requirements of Act 02,
Session Ijiws of 1909.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH,
Dy Its President,
E. A. MOTT-SMITIL
4947 June C, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 1C
PRINTING AND BINDING DECI
8ION8 OF THE UNITED STATE8
DISTRICT COURT FOR HAWAII
Sealed tenders will ho received nt
tbo Office of the Secretary of Hawaii
until 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, Juno
17, A, D. 1911, for printing and binding
Volume 3 of the Decisions of the Unit
ed States District Court for Hawaii
Specifications rrtay be hnd upon appli
cation nt tho Secretary's' Ofllre.
Tho lowest or any bid not necessarily
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Executive Uulldlng, Honolulu, May
1930 May 17,' 70, 24, 27, 31; June 3, 7,
10, 14, 1C.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
824 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 040
Conducts nil classes of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial worlr
Euprtrestionj Riven for simplifying
or systematizing, office work. All
E. O. HALL & 80N, LTD.
Cor.' Kins and Fort 8U, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen (Jte,nslls Sporting floods,
dun's, Revolvers and Ammunition,"
IN THE CIRCUIT COUIIT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
Imte. At Chambers. Number 3(iC9. In
the matter ot the Estate of Henry
Waterhouie, Into of Honolulu, Oohu,
T. II., dcceasid. On rending nnd filing
jllie petition nnd nccotints of William
thnt MONDAY, the 10th day of JULY,
til kv uiioeh n. Ill, UflUIU lliu JUU,n
presiding at Chambfrs of snld Court
nt Ids co'urtrooin In tho Judiciary
Ilulldlng, In Honolulu, City nnd County
-. .. ..,.., .- ,,... v...,..
of Honolulu, be nnd the same hereby
Is appointed the tlmo nnd place for
hearing snld petition nnd nccomits.nnd
that nil persons Interested may then
nnd there appear nnd show cnuse, If
nny they have, why the same should
not be granted, nnd may presont evi
dence ns tn who are entitled to Hie said
property. Dated nt Honolulu, this 2nd
day of June, 1911. Ity tho Court! J.
A. THOMPSON, Clerk, Circuit Court,
First Circuit. Smith, Warren Hem-
enwny, attorneys for petitioners, Jiuld
494C-Junq '3, 10, 17, 24.
Tho annual meeting ot Slerrn Nevada
Development Cumpiiiry will be held
Monday, Juno 12, 1911, nt the olllce. of
Mcl'undlesfl llros., HoonvtOS McCmid
less building. Tills date 'fnlllnjr' on n.
legal holiday, the meeting will bo post
poned until Wednesday, June 14, nt 10
o'ejhek q. iq, In Itoopi 204 Mi'Ciindless
Ti stock books of tho company will
bq closed for transfers from June 1 1
June 14, 1911, both dates Inclusive.
C. G. IIOCKIIH,
Serrctnry, S. N. D. Co.
Honolulu, llauall, Mny 31, 1911. '
4912 May 31: Juno , 10.
HALAWA eLArjTATION. LIMITED.
Notice Is hereby given thnt n spe
cial general meeting of the stockhold
ers of. llajawiv Plantation, Limited, will,
,e held 'at the oitlc'esjif tho cqinpjiiy.j
Johali;' County, tind (Territory ,of a-
.Wall, Ifnij Thursday, (tie"SJ!lid day of
Jiiiio,.'H1, St s'o'clock'pn'i.'for the
liurpiMo of colisldt-rlri'i: nn Increase of
tbo caiiltrtIWfll)ib'i company, und fori
other purposes. i
D.ited-thls-lst ilay-of. June, 19IL ..
"""-.- jv MASONj, j
4945 June 3, 10, 17.
Is composed of Pure White Lead,
Pure Oxldu of, Zinc, nnd Pure
Linseed Oil und Coloring Pig
ment. It contains no
Lewers & Cooke,
177 South Kipg Street
ALQAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE OECQND-HAND 8TANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 18 H. P.
1494 BMMA 8TREET Telephone 2433
a. p. Mcdonald,
.Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on ull klnda of
Concrete Work Specialty
'AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
All Hand W.ork.
SHOES CALLED FOR AND
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE STP"(J ;
DeretenU Street, Nesr Nuusnu
" HONOLULU,'!!. T.