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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
Q. Wliat is fcood for my cough?
A Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
Q. Hovvlougliar.it been used?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
A. If nol,wc would not make it.
Q. Do you publish llic for.nuhV
A. Yes. On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol in it?
A. Not a single drop.
Q. 1 low may I learn mm e of this?
I. Ask your doctor. He knows.
Iyer's Cfceny Pecta'
rM t( IV. I. C. Af 4. C. w1, Uk. II S. '
in Tin: cmct'iT couriT, nnsT
Circuit, Territory of lluunll In I'm
tulle AX. Cliniiilirra. Number 8009. In
tlir mutter or ttie IMnto of Henry
WalrrlimiMf, late, of Honolulu, Oaltu,
T. II., lcernncl. On reading iintl flllng
tin- petition and accounts of Wllllum
WatrrliQUHe nml Allicrt Wntcrliotme,
xecutora of the Will of Henry Wu-
terhome, (IpctokpiI, wlie'eln petitioner
RHk to tie lilloucd Jl"4.4?O.Ot nnd
rimmed with JI34 I'.iO 0, ami nsk tlmt
inv panic no "nnuncMi nun npproveu,
iinil tlmt u Una) order he nmdo of din-
trllmtlon of tlie remiilnlriR property to
the pcrKoiis thereto entitled nml ilia
clmrRltiR (irtltlonerK from nil further
rcpnnHlllllty therein: It If Ordered,
tlmt MONDAY, tho lOlli dny of JULY
nt 10 o'clock a m , hefore tho Judge,
prenldlns nt Chandlers of paid Court
nt Ida lourtroom in tho Judiciary
Ilulldlnir, In Honolulu, City ntul County
of Honolulu, ho mid tho nuno herehy
Im iippnlnteil the tlino nml place for
hen r I ii K wild petition nnd necounts, anil
tlmt nil pcrorn Interested nuiy then
nnd thero nppenr nml nhiiw cause. If
miv they hne, why the Knino rhould
not he Krnnted, nml mny prcnent evi
dence iik to who nro entitled to tho Knld
property Dated nt Honolulu, llils 2nd
dny of June, 1911 I?y tho Court: J
A THOMI'HON, Chrlc, Circuit Court,
Klrnt Circuit Hmltli. Warren & Hem
iny, attorney for petitioners, Judd
4313 Juno .1, 10, 17, 24. '
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(Continued from Last Saturday.)
"Wlint nn nlnrnilng cnnfo'ilon from
one's chnurfeiirl Oh, nml that chicken
you nearly ran out HI 1 liclltnoyour
nerve mum bo n llttlo 'Jumpy' too.
1 think I could drlvo almost ns -well ns
"1 deserve to ho scolded," Bald T,ove
lnml. "I'm nfmld I nni ntnent mind
ed for nn Instnnt, though tho chicken
didn't feem worried about Itself."
"Kentucky chickens never are.
The 're so -liiRh spirited. Tnko enro
vt Hint unliy pig, Mr. Gordon! I think
I frill drive for awhile after all. If jou
"Delighted." said Lorclnnd In n
mood to rejoice If tho girl upset the
enr nnd killed them bo.th, because it
would bcyo much more agreeable to
Co out of the world with her than to
remain In It v. Idle alio becamo lost to
htm ns Mrs, Cremer.
Sho bcBim cautiously, but In n few
moments put tho forty horsepower
Gloria on fourth speed, throttling her
down to n pace within reason.
"There! Aren't you proud of your
pupil?" the Rlrl nsked pnyly.
"Very proud," answered Lot-eland.
"And do you think 1 should bo able
to get on without much moro teaching
from n real eiperti"
"Oh. yes. With n decent sort of
chauffeur to do jour repairs you can
drlto the car through country llko
this without danger"
"Unless 1 get nbsentmlnded."
"Yes, unless you get nbsentmlnded.
Hut why should jou bo nbsentmlnded
when so soon you'll havo tho person
you caro for most Bitting besldo you
wliero I sit now? Oh. I ought to beg
your pardon for saying such things,
Miss Denrtncrl Ilut. you see, you and
I were onco friends, not employer and
sennnt, so I forget myself sometimes.
And. besides. I enn't help thinking this
morning thnt you'ro leading up to say
ing something which perhaps you find
It n llttlo dimcult to say. Yet why
should It bo dlfllcult for you to tell mo
If you've beard that Mr. Crcmcr Is
coming nt onco nnd bringing another
".My telegram didn't cay that, but It
mnilo mo feel that I shan't bo able to
keep you very long at tho Hill Farm,"
Gono wns tho elaborato scheme, for
staying on nt any cost Sho wanted
him to go. Sho was hinting for him
"I can Icnvo whenever you llko to
get rid of me," returned Val, bis tone
roughened, made almost brutal, by his
effort to hldo tho sharp pain bo suf
fered. "Oh. don't think I feel llko thatr ex
claimed Lesley eagerly so eagerly that
In her excitement sho did tho very
thing she had reproached Loveland for
doing. She forgot that n person con
trolling a powerful motorcar Is ill ad
ilsed to bo In earnest about anything
except tho business In hand.
They wcro approaching n somewhat
abrupt turn In tho road at tho moment
Losley ehoso to assure Loveland that
she didn't mean to hurt bla feelings.
Ilelng genuinely sorry for the effect
her woids produced, sho did not real
Izo until too lato that the corner would
expect her to slow down boforo turn
ing It. Sho tried to mako up for bcr
mistake by a feat of accurnto steering,
but the task wns beyond bcr powers.
The big Gloria swung round tho curvo
on two wheels, refused to take tho
uew direction oud bounded gayly off
tho road, across a ditch and Into a
THE OTIIEtl SIUB Or THE VOON.
TU1) next thing that Loveland
know ho was sitting In a bog,
w blch felt quite soft and com
fortableso comfortable that
liu at first bclieicd. himself to bo lu
bed, wuklng out of a bad dream. Then
with a Uush be remombcrcd all that
luil happenud and scrambled up lu a
cold sweat of fear for Lesley.
A catHract of sparks which show
ered before his eyes dimmed bis sight
at tlmt, but In a moment ho saw a
slight gray clad figure lying on tha
ground not far an ay.
"Losloyi" be cried. "Lesleyl"
Ilut she neither stirred nor an
Bnered. Down bo dropped on both knees be
sldo bcr and raised her upon his arm.
Her e)C3 were, closed, and through
tho chiffon veil ho could face the long
laslies dark on tho pallor of bcr checks.
Tho ground wbcro sho lay was
spongy after a day of heavy rain.
which had soaked through tho thick
carpet of dead grass deeply into tho
eartlu The girl's position was easy,
giving Loveland tho hopo that no
bones wcro broken, and there was no
stain of blood on tho wlilto face or
the soft brown hair. Hut she lay
very still. Tbero waa no Cutter of
the eyelashes, no faint gasping for
I ir en th.
Hick with fear that sho might bo
dead, Lorclnnd'n memory refused tta
barrier lielwoen them. He wns con
scious only of his love for her.
"Dearest precious ono dnrllngl" he
called bcr. "Kor God's sake, wako upl
Kpealt to me only speak to tnel I lovo
Instantly she opened her eyes wldo,
shlu'rlng n little In his nrnw. nnd look
ed up nt him, half dszrslly nt lint,
then smiling ns n womnn might wlic
his dreamed of n distant lover ant
mikt-H to find him near
"Tlinnlc God you'ru not dcadl" to
"And that you're not!" she answered
i.imiiIj. "You you're not much hurt?"
'Not at nil, and If I ucro It wouldn't
hiiltter," Lovflaud nssunsl her fervent
ly. "If only I hadn't let you drive or
If I hadn't talked to )ou! It's nil my
fault. What shall I do If jou're In
jured?" "I I'm all right and and rather
happy," whispered I.eslry. "I don't
think nnythlng's tho matter at all, ex
cept n llttlo shock."
"Let mo lift you up for n minute, so
that no can ninke sure whether jou
arc hurt," said Val. "I'll do it so gen-tly"-
"No. I'd rather lie still, Just ns 1
am," tho girl answered.
"Vonld you bo more comfortable If
I laid j our head on tho ground?"
"No; keep It on your nrm, please. 1
llko it there. I feel ns If I'd been
dreaming," sho murmured on. "I
dreamed that you that jou cnlleil me
your darling; that you eald jou lousl
Torglvo moP exclaimed Lo eland
"I couldn't help it I was half nihil."
"Then It wnsn't n dream?"
"No: It wasn't n dream," ho con
trssed. "Hven though jou think me an
Impostor jou can't bellevo ine a whol-
"nrEAi; to ue onlt bpzak to he I"
ly unredeemed villain or you wouldn't
fcnvo taken me Into jour house, for
charity's sake though It wns. Ho you
must know now thnt you'vo nothing to
lear from my love."
"Is It real lovo tell mo?" sho nsked,
her bend nestling comfortably against
"If a tho realcst thing about mo It's
grown to bo tho whole of me," Love
land broko out. "Nothing else mnt
tcrs. That's why I should hnvo had
to kill myself If you'd been hurt or
but I can't Bpeak of It. Thank- God,
jou'ro nllvo and not Injured. Yes,
that'H enough for me It's got to be
enough, nnd I ought to bo bnppy
tUough you'ro going to belong to an
"You wouldn't hnvo wanted to mar
ry me, anyway," said Lesley.
"I wouldn't have wauled to when
I'.'s the thing I'd give all but ono year
of my llfo for tho ono year I'd keep
to be happy in with you."
"Just a poor llttlo hurablo 6tory
writer, and you would really llko to
"Don't torturo me," Bald Loveland.
"I'ro had about all I can stand. It I
wero tho Impostor you think mo"
"I don't think you an Impostor," ro
piled Lesley, beginning to speak In
qulto a natural tono of voice again,
though sho kept tho support of Love
land's arm. "I never said I did. I
only nsked you onco why I should
havo moro faith In you than others
bad. Ilut I'd bo ready to tako you on
fulth If you wcro ready to tako mo
without a fortune."
Tho blood rushed to LoTcland's faco,
which bad been palo and drawn. "Is
It true lo J'ou wean It?" bo stam
mered. "Do you caro for mo a llttlo?"
"A great deal," said Lesley, "too
much, I used to think on the ship, but
I don't think so now, because you're
different It's the real you I loved all
the time. Tho tntraclo's happened, you
know. I'm seeing tho otber sldo of
tho moon. Hut wouldn't It bo doing
you nil Injury to marry you when you
and your family counted on a great
"It was flic other mo who hadn't
tho Bonse to see what a beastly, cad
dish thing It would bo to marry n girl
Just becauso sho wns rich a girl I
didn't lovo," Val hurried on. "Oh.
Lcsloj', jou'ro not playing with me,
nro you? I couldn't marry uny other
womnn but you."
"What about tbo old fomlly home
that'H tumbling to ruin?"
"It will liae lo tumble." '
"Aud jour fuiully?"
"There's only my mother, and what
(tho wants most Is my happiness. My
love for you has somehow shown me
bow to nppreclnto her moro. Ilut,
Lesley, whnt nbout Sidney Cromer?
Do jou enro enough for mo a man
you any jou're 'taking on faith' to
Rlvo up nit Cromer's money and to
throw him over for my sake?"
"I can't throw him over."
"Then how can v,o bo married?"
. "And I enn't glvo up his money," hc
"Lesley, hnvo you raised mo up only
to lot mo fall deeper into tho pit tlinn
"Wo both fell Into the pit. together,
didn't me?" sho said, laughing a lit
tle. "If you go deeper I'll go deeper,
too, for we'ro going to stand or fall
"Then what do you mean?" nsked
Vnl. "You'll have to send ono of us
nwny mo or Shlntry Crcmcr."
"Let me sit up nnd wo'll talk it
over," said Lesley, with n quaint
chcerfulniss and matter-of-fact-nous
that utterly bewildered Lovoland. "I
feel bo well nnd so bnppy now that
I bollevo I can find my way out -of
nny entanglement so long ns wo ;o
hand In band."
Vnl, resting on ono knee, took tho
llttlo gray mitten that she hold out lo
him nnd pressed tho hnnd In It. Hut
there wns bitterness in Ills volco lis
1ms answered: "This Is nu cntnnglc
ment tint you'll find no way out of.
You enn't keep us both."
"You don't trust me," Lesley re
proached him "Just wait before de
ciding to glvo mo Up until we've thor
oughly thrashed things out, beginning
nt the beginning nnd going right on 1o
"I shan't decide to givo you np.
Nothing can mako mo do thnt now,"
lovclnnd slid "It's Crcmcr who'll
hnvo to go to the wall."
Iiesley laughed. "Llko his motor.
Poor, poor car! I'm sorry for It. but
it hasn't sacrificed Itself In vain. I
wag beginning to wonder how on earth
to bring nil this nbout. That wns
what kept mo nwnko last night, if I'm
to tell tho wholo truth. It had to come
somo way, and It had to come soon.
Well, Sidney's motorcar has solved tlio
dimculty, nnd Sidney will bo glad, for
my happiness Is tho same to htm r.s
his own. And now 1'vo gone so fnr
I mny ns well confess that from tlio
very minute I saw you piny Lord Hob
In thnt dingy little hall nt Ashvlllo I
hoped oh. but hoped moro than any
thing Hint you would ask mo to mar
ry you! Please, please, don't bo allock
ed, but I Invited jou to como hero Just
"Yet you wcro engaged to Sidney
Cromer." ho said, half to himself.
"I was bound to Sidney Just ns I
nm now and Just ns I havo been for
tho last threo years. And I wasn't
tired of him then, not n bit. nnd I'm
not oven at this minute. Hut I lovo
you Uio real you."
"Darling!" exclaimed Lovoland. Yet
ho marveled nt bcr. This was n phaso
of tho girl's character her truo aid
nobte characlcT which bo was at a
loss to understand.
"You wcro very cold to me that night
nt Ashvlllo," ho ventured to sny.
"I wns trying you. I wnsn't qulto
sure, you see, wlilch sldo of tho moou
I wns looking nt, nnd If, nrier all. It
wns only tho samo old sldo I didn't
wont to let myself bo dnzrled by It, as
I couldn't help being at llrsL 1 was In
lovo with j'ou on the boat, even when
I laughed nt your talk of love. I felt
moro llko crying than laughing, though,
becauso tbo nort of love you gavo mo
In return for nilno wasn't worth my
"Heaven knows it," Vnl admitted
"Hut I'm dollghtod that Sidney's mo
tor Jumped over conventionalities in
stead of my having to tnko tho leap
myself. Iustcad I Just leaped with tho
car, and you leaped, too, and every
thing is going to lo heavenly for all
tho rest of our lives."
"I don't qulto seo how If you'ro not
tired of Crcmcr," Bald Loveland.
"Don't be Jealous of Sidney any
more, I liked making you a llttlo jeal
ous of him nt first after I bow how
you felt. It was fun for me, and I
thought It was good for you. Hut now
it's different. I'm sure sure about
tho other sldo of tbo moon, and I want
you to bo us happy as I am. Ob. don't
speak j-ctl I must go on a llttlo fur
ther. You know, I told you I bad a
telegram this morning?"
"Well, you thought it was from Sid
ney Cremer, and I didn't contradict.
Lots of things you'vo thought lately I
let you go on thinking without contra
dicting. Tho telegram was from llttlo
Tauny Milton about you."
"Sho knew from a Journalist who is
a friend of hers that you'd como to this
part of tbo country with n theatrical
troupe, and they'd found out that tlio
actors wcro playing pieces of Sidney
Cromer's at Asuvlllc. They talked It
over together Knnny nnd this Mr.
Kiild. Ho wnutcd to know for bjs pa
per's snko where you'd disappeared to
when tbo company broko up. Last
evening ho suggested that sho should
telegraph to me. They both thought I
might havo heard about you. So that's
why I felt that j'ou wouldn't bo stop
ping ou as my cliauffcur very long."
"Did Miss Milton say In tbo telegram
that New York had discovered its mis
take about me?"
"No; sho didn't sny that, though It
was a long telegram I expect she
thought I would have seen tlio news-
papetu Well, 1 luiwu't. Ilut 1 (im
put l wo nnd two together qulto nlecly,
and I was sun Hut jou'd como lulu
j i.iir mvu iigalu with the great Aiuerl
can public, perhaps partly through
- .... w- ni.
runny Milton's .-.rr. sk:, rr r .
Ing to wager nil tho profits of Sidney
Cromer's net play or nool, If I bad
them, that you can now go back, If
Jou like, ami get without any dimculty
the heiress you enmo across tho water
"I'm sick of the very word heiress,"
protested Loveland, with complete sin-'
"That's tlio new j-ou. And what n
very new you it Is when one comes to
think of It only a" few weeks oldl
Ilut It's tho only real one. Tho other
was n shell, which has broken."
"You broko it." said Val.
"1 cracked It n little maybo on tho
boat, but It took a' big hammer to
mnnsh it, and now 1'vo swept all the
fragments nway. There's Just the real
you and the renlne In tbo world, with
mo wonderful light from tbo other sld
of the moon shining on us two andi
"Oh, Sidney Cromer!" cried LoTO-i
land. "Ho still stands between us."
"No, lii doesn't. If you lovo met
jou'II hnvo to love Sidney, too, bo-
Crcmcr nnd I nro
one, olid his mon
ey Is mine, be
cause I earn It.
And don't I rn
Joy It too! Hnvo
;I not enjoyed it
for three whole
years, since nil
of n Biiddrn from
being n poor
on Aunt Hnrbarn,
I waked up to
Ami m.rsclf a
rich ono ob, not
rich in your
moaning of the
word, not rich
enough to line
"VOW Yon A11E SIDJ
gold nnd Ola- ni",n!
uionds, but rich ouough to do nlco llt
tlo things for nn old Kentucky fnrm
houso mid perhaps even to help fe-j
sloro ancient Hritlsh strongholds If tho1
lord of them nnd of tuy heart will glvo.
mo bo much happiness.1
"You you nro Sidney Crcmcr?
Ix eland could only stnmmcr tho
"Yes. Are you so surprised thnt I'm
clever enough to mako a success wltb
my brain nnd my pen? I often won-,
dcrcd when j'ou'il begin to suspect,
but you never did. And I wns won
dering, too, whether Sidney Crcmcr
would hare to propose to you In tho
end. It's been great fun keeping myi
seciet from tho world, tuner lettlngi
any ono know tbo real truth except
auntie nnd tho AkIiIIo cousins, though
1'niiny Milton utid lots of other ac
quaintances thought 1 was u friend ot
Slduey Cremer perhaps cton u poor,
relation uf his. Hut thi mot full of
nil has been kooplu;; tho St Clot from
jou till the time w.is ripe to tell Do
J'OU reincinlKT .ijlng tho other dny,
'SMdney Cionior Is omjthliigy I told
ton I'd remind jou of tli.it mhiic time
and nsk if jou could sny It ngiilu Can
"Sidney Cromer Is everything," ro
ponlisl Lot eland, whereupon Lesley
gat o one of her little mift. cooing slgbl
mid lot him take her Into his nrins.
QiilU' imssllily it lio;gy Held with no
shelter saio n motorcar Ijlng raklshly
on one side was u queer plnee for an
engagement between n joung llnglisa
marquis nnd n celebrated American
nnrellst-plnywrlght. Ilut for Lesley
nnd I.nvelnnd It wna perfect Shinoy
Cromer's hld fancy had never cre
ated n tnnro cm banting scene for tho
Iniem.ikiu;: of hcio nnd heroine And,
though. If there had been nil niidlenco.
It wnu'il line won tho stugo lit up
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