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185 editorial rooms 25G buil
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mbera o'. tie Bulletin office.
We Jiava lor talo Hack Set Ranges,
b!zu 4 to 9 ft.; Bridge & Deach
"Suuarlor Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil Btoves; Farm
er's llrollera, Camp and Lnundry
stoM'i). 1'lione 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.. LTD., 11G King St.
"Oil. TieirGe nlong-lf lie Isn't wait
Inir now In the boat."
Tlicy descended, the man leading.
At the foot, without a glance to right
or left, he advanced to the edge of the
stngp. leaning out over the rail ns If
endeavoring to locate the rowhoat.
"lint. .Mr. Mulready"-
Thc girl's words were drowned by a
prolonged Mast on tho boatswain's
whistle nt her companion's lips. The
shorter one followed In due course.
"Hut what shall we do If my -father
Isn't here wnltV
"No; best not to best to get on the
Alethea as soon as possible, Miss Cal
endar. We enn send tho boat back."
" 'Once aboard the lugger the girl Is
mine.' cli. Mulrcady, to say nothing of
If Calendar's words were Jocular his
tone conveyed different Impression
entirely. Uoth man and girl whcelod
right about to faco hlra, the one with
a strangled oath, tho other with a low
The dotllt" ciclalmed this Mr. Mul-rerily.
Oh. my father!" the girl voiced her
recognition of him.
"Not precisely one and the same per-
si.n." commented Calendar suavely,
"but-er-thanks. Just as much. You
see. Mulrcady, when t mnko an ap
pointment 1 keep It."
"Wo'd beguu to ger a bit anxious
about you" Mulrcady begnu defen
sively. "So I surmised 'from what Sirs. Hal
lam nud Mr. Klrkwood told me.
The"roan found no ready answer. lie
fell back a pace to the railing. Ids fea
tures working with' his deep chagrin.
The murky flare of the gas lamp over
head fell across a face handsome be
yond the ordinary, but marred by n
sullen humor and seamed with Indul
gencea faco that seemed hauntlugly
familiar until Klrkwood In a flash of
visual memory reconstructed tho por
trait of a man who'' lingered over n
dining table with tjvo empty chairs
for company. This, then, was he
whom Mrs. Mallaiu had left at the
Plcss-n tall, strong man. very heavy
about the chest and shoulders.
"Why, my dear friend," Calendar
was taunting him. "you don't seem
overjoyed to see me for all your wild
anxiety I 'Pon my word, you' act ns If
you hadn't expected me and our en
gagement so clearly understood nt
that. Why, you fool" here the
mask of Irony was cast "did you
thllik for a moment I'd let myself be
nabbed by that yap from Scotland
Yard? Were you banking on that? I
give you my faith I nmbled out under
his very nose! Dorothy, my dear,"
turning Impatiently from Mulrcady,
"wbcrc's that bag?"
Tho girl withdrew a puzzled gaze
from Mulrcady's face (It was apparent
to Klrkwood that this phase of the af
fair was no moro enigmatic to him
than to her) and drew aside a comer
of her cloak, disclosing the gladstonc
bag securely grasped In one gloved
"1 havo It, thanks to Mr. Klrkwood."
sbo said quietly.
Klrkwqod choso that moment tp ad
vance from tho shadow. Mulrcady
started 'and axed him with a troubled
iitul nnfrlcodly.stnrc.i The girl greeted
blspwltb a note of sincere pleasure In
"Why, Mr. Klrkwood! Hut 1 left you
Klrkwoodvbowcd, smiling openly at
"By yoor father.'s grace f conic wltn
him," he said, f You ran away without
saying good night, .you know, and I'm
it Jculous creditor,"
She luughvd excitedly, turning to
Cnlcudar. "Hut yuu were to incut me
ut Mrs. IlnllamVr
"Mulrcady was good enough to try
to sncimo the trouble, my dear, lie's
nu unselfish soul, Mulrcady. Fortu
nately It happened that I cuno along
not five minutes after ho'd curried you
off. How was that, Dorothy?"
Her glance wavered uneasily between
,the two, Mulready and her father. The
former, shrugging to declare his Indif
ference, turned his back'squarcly upon
them. She frowned.
"IIo camo out of Mrs. Ilullam's and
got Into tho four wheeler, saying you
Imd-sent'hlni to take your place and
would Join us on tho Alethea."
"So-ol How about It.iMulrcady?"
The man swung back slowly. "What
you choose to think," he said after a
"Well, never mind! We'll go over
the matter at our leisure' on the Ale-
There was In the' adventurer's tone
a menace, bitter and not to be Ignored,
which Mulready saw fit to challenge,
"I think not," he declared.' "I think
not I'm weary of your uddlo puled
suspicions. It'll he plain to any one
hut a fool that' I acted for the best
Interests of ull concerned lu this mat
ter. It you'ie not content to sco It lu
that light I'm' done."
"Oh, If ymi.want to put It that wuy
I'm not content, Mr. Mulrcady," re
toiled Calendar dangerously.
"Pledse yourself. I bid you good
evening suid-goodby." Tho innn took
tt hJc Inminl the stairs,.
Calendar dropped his right band Into
his topcoat pocket. "Just a minute."
bo said sweetly, nud Mulready stopped.
Abruptly tho fat adventurer's smolder
ing resentment leaped In tlnlne. "That
will be about nit, Mr. Mntrendyl 'Ilnut
face, you hound, and get Into that
boat! D'you think I'll temporize with
you till ddomlay? Then forget It.
You're wrong, dead wrong. Your
bluffs culled, mid" with un evil chuc
kle "I hold n full house, Mulready
every chamber taken." He lifted
meaningly the band In the coat pocket.
"Now, In with you!"
With a grin and n swagger of purs
bravado Mulready turned and obeyed.
Unnoticed of any save perhaps calen
dar himself the boat had drawn lu at
tho stage a moment earlier. Mulready
dropped Into It and threw himself sul
lenly upon the midships thwart.
"Now, Dorothy, In -you go, my dear,"
continued Calendar, with a self satis
fied wag of his head.
Half dazed, to nil seeming, she mov
ed toward the boat. With clumsy and
assertive gallantry her father stepped
before her, offering his hand his linud
which she did tint touch, for lu the net
of descending sho remembered and
swung Impulsively back to Klrkwood.
"Good night, Mr. Klrkwood. (loud
night. 1 shan't forget."
He took her hand iind'liuwed nboe
It, but when his head was lifted he
still retained her fingers in a lingering
"(!ood night." he snld reluctantly
In n sudden flush of daring he turned
and nodded coolly lo CnletnlarJ "With
vu lite Vlreet. c wnirmlles TroiiT Et,
1'ancntx, fnot ucai.i', lo nil Intents and
In this oxtiemtfy chance smiled upon
him. The rnbby who ut his Initial In
stance had inuelol this weary way
from Qundr.im mews, after the man
ner of 111 kind tie turning hack hnd
sought surcease of fatigue at the near
est public. J 'nun afar Klrkwood saw
the four wheeler nt the curb nnd made
all haste tnnard'lt.
Ihilciliig the gin mill, he found the
cabby, soothed hint with bitter and. In
structing him for St. I'nuenls with all
fcpecd. dropped, limp nnd lUlless with
fatigue. Into the conu'ttiuce.
TH-f' -111 I I l'l t
' flS-fisMH I I M
Cfc v- . Tsrrsr-w
Wanted Ry a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address Ull, 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n o'fflce.
The bout ill u.i.iril turriy, the (iim IJtfiiy
(i ml fulling.
your permission," he said ncgllgnntly
and drew the girl aside to the angle
of the stairway.
"Mli-.tCnlcud.ir" ho began, but was
Calendar had started toward hllli an
grily. Klikunod rulinly waved him back.
"I want a woul In prlvnto with your
daughter. Mr. Calendar," ho an
nounced, with fillet dignity. "I Jon't
think you'll deny inc. 1'vo savea you
some slight t inutile tonight."
Disgruntled, the nihentiircr paused.
"Oh. all right." ho giuniblcd. Ho re
turned to the bout.
"I'orglvc me. MI'S Calendar," con
tinued Klrkwood nervously. "I know
I've no right to Interfere, but"
"Yes, Mr. Klrkwood?"
"Hut hasn't this gono far enough?"
he floundered unhappily. "I can't like
tbo look of thlugH. Aro you sure
sure that It's nil right with you, I
She did not answer nt once, but her
eyes were kind nnd sympathetic. He
plucked heart of their tolerance.
"It Isn't too lato yet." he nrgued.
"Let mo lake you to your friends you
must have friends In the clly. But
Mi Mill midnight flight down the
Thames,' this atmosphere of itealtt'
and suspicion, this"
'"But my place Is nlth my father,
Mr. Klrkwood," she lilcrposcd. "I
daren't doubt lilm, dare'l."
"I suppose not.'V
"Ho 1 must go wllh hliu. I'm glad
thank you for cuilug, dear Mr. Klrk
wood. And again good night."
"Rood luck attend you," he mut
tered, following her to tho bout.
Calendar helped her In nnd turned
back to Klrkwood with a look of nrcli
tfliliuph. Klrkwood wondered If he
had ou-rhcuid. Whether or no. he
could afford to be magnanimous. Kclz
tog Klrkuood's hand, he pumped II
"My dear boy, jou'c been mi angel
lu dUgilUc. And 1 guesi J nil think
mo the dell In umsiiier.ule." Hi
cbiuMcd. In high Cornell with hhiiocb
out the turn of iillnlr. "Hood nlghv
niiil-iind faro thee well!" lie dropped
Into the boat, seating lilin.clf lo fue
tho recalcitrant Mulready. "Cast ofT
The boat dropped uway, the oan
lifting mid falling. Willi a uenrlfu.
beiise of luuelluesH and dls.ipiHiiiiliuent
Klruwood hung over the rail lo wjlcl.
tlicin out uf Hlgtd.
hoiuewli.it weaiily the young nui
released the railing urn! amended tin
stairs. "And that Is the cud!" he toll,
hluihclf, btrugllug with nu mute scime
of pci-Minnl Injury, lie had been hard
ly iikciI. I'or a fow hours his life bad
been lightened by the Inerrable t-huuour
of milium c. Mystery and nd.ciiturc
hud engaged him. He hid t-erved u fall
woui.iu nud been ns-oelttcd with men
whoso ways, howe.cr iucstluuiible.
weio the ways of courage, hedged
thickly iiboot with pel lis.
Uli.cuUi-olu.to aud nggrleicd, he gnu
FI10M the commanding elevation
of the box "Three 'n' sl.4"
euuii. luted the cabby, his tone
Unit of u man picpnred for
tumble. Inclined to.ghe trouble u wel
come. Ills blodhut eyes blinked
truculently at hit alighted fare "Three
n' x." he Iterated uggiessliely. .
An iidjiii-eiit but theietoforv ubstract
ed pollicuuin pricked up Ids ears and
aosuined an Intelligent cxpieihlou.
"Hrriiiiuidsey UP Stubs to Sain' Pan
eras," argued the n'lbby assertively.
"iceii mile by th' radius three 'n'
Kliknood stood ou the outer statlou
platform, near the entrance to third
clatH u lilting rooms. Continuing to
fumble through bis pockets for on clu-
slie soierelgn purse, he looked up
mildly nt the inuu.
"All rljlit, cubby," he said, with pa
cific purpose; "you'll get your furo la
halt a shake." .
"Three V six!" croaked the) cabby,
like a blows)-' aud vindictive parrot.
The bobby strolled uearcr.
"Yes?" said Klrkwood, mildly divert
ed. "Why not slug It, cobby?"
"I.or" lummel" The cabby exploded
with li illguallon, continuing to give a
ll.eir.e Imitation of a rumpled pifrrot.
"1 'nil trouble enough wlf you at Her-uiond-ey
01' Stall's jhoierl that ipild
you promised, didn't 1? Sing It! My
"Quid, enbby?" And then, remem
bering that he bad promised (he fel
low a t.ocrclgii for fast driving from
Quadrant mews. Klrkwood grinned
broadly, e)es twinkling, for Mulrendy
must lme fallen heir lo (list covenant.
"Hut jou got the sovereign? You got
It, didn't ou. cabby?"
The driver atllrmcd the fact with un
necessary heat uud profanltyviiud an
ntuvndnient to the effect Mint he would
ba.o spoiled bis faro's sangulunry
conk had the outcorao been less satisfactory.
The Information proved so amusing
that Klrkwood, chuckling, forbora to
resent tho manner of Its delivery nnd,
abandoning until n more favorable time
the chase of the coy t-overelgu purse,
extracted from one trouscri pocket
half n handful of large English mnll
"Three shillings and sixpence." He
counted the coins Into the cabby's
grimy and bloated paw nnd added
i.ulotly: "The exact distance Is rather
less than four miles, my man jour
'an-, pmlscly '2 shllllugs. You jmiy
ceci the extra 18 pence for be-
lis such a conscientious blackguard-
r talk It over with the oftl.cr here
He nodded lo tbo bobby, who, favor
lily Impressed by Klikwood. smiled
t the i.il.tiy n cold, hard smile,
.'herruiHiii the Inter, smirking In un
h.iihd ttluiuph rpnt on tho pave
iicul at Kiricvrid'A feet, gathered up
he reins ivd wheeled nut.
Ilestcrli u. 'J shillings and a tow
at ii pper pcuiiK'S to his pocket, he
utei'i'd the vast uud echoing trt.ln
'.ul. In the nit his attention was
, llri-.i'tid ml Imuiidhitely riveted by
he NiN'Ctarli f burly luggage navvy
,n u blue Juuipir In the net i f making
IT with a l.irge folding signboard, of
illicit the surface was lettered ex-
lUtKl.ely with the uihl.-e. In red
igaln-il a while background, "Boat
Train Leaves on Track 3."
i:iltully KIrkwocd touched .the
irm's arm with a detaining hand.
'Boat I rain';" be gasped, pointing at
"t-vft- ten minutes ago, thank you,
Well, but Of course I cau get
another train at Tilbury?
"I'or jer boat? No, sir. tbank.ou.
sir. Won't bo another trjiie till morn
Aimlessly Klrkwood drifted away
bis mind a blank.
Some Mine Inter be found himself nu
tho steps outside tho station, trying to
fctiiro out of countenance a glaring
electric mlueral water advertisement
ou the farther side of the Huston road.
Ho was stranded.
Distracted, be searched pocket after
pocket, locating his watch, cigar case
and cigarette case, matchbox, pen
knife, all the minutiae of pocket bard
ware affected by civilized man, with
old letters, a cardcase, n square en
velope containing his steamer ticket,
but no sovereign purse. Ills small
change pocket held less than S
shillings two nnd eight, to be exact
and a brass key, which he failed to
recognize as one of bis belongings.
And that was all. At some time dur
ing the night be had lost (or b'een cun
ningly bereft of?) that little purso of
chniuol skin containing tbo three gold
en sovereigns which he had been hus
banding to pay his steamer expenses
and which, If only he bad them now,
would stand between him and starva
tion and a night In the streets. It
Hrcntwlck were only In townl liut he
wasn't and wouldn't be within' the
"No good walling here," he conclud
ed. Composing bis face, he re-entered
tbo station. Thero were his trunks, of
course. He couldn't leave them stand
ing on tho station platform forever.
(To Be Continued)
llrlght sewing girls at Mine. Lam
bert's Dressmaking Parlors, Hnr
rlfon block, comer Kort. 43Cl-3t
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of.
Japanese Private Cooking School--Families
or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 14117 Auld
Lnne. Phone 1SC4.
K. of P. cottages, 2 storj', new, Un
ion street and Garden lane; close
to business; uu J'nrd to keep up;
no car rare. Electric lights nnd
gas. Apply to J. M. McChcsney,
1C Merchant street. 4319-tf
Furnished Room For one young
man; large, niry, electric lighted;
bath; at Wnlklkl beach; ten min
utes' car ride lo city; board next
door. Address A. F. T., caro II u 1
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
In tho Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with whlto Ivory carved
buckle, Howard ut Bulletin
Package containing finish wash
silk dress between Young and
Country Club, Howard at this of
A green swastlcka pin.
at Bulletin office,
Hoom nnd board In private family.
Inquire at "32 Klnau street, near
Alapal. Terms reasonable
Desirable, cool, mosquito - proof
rooms. Apply 23G King St., bet.
Alakea and Richards sts.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply 'Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOL'RADD'S ORIENTAL
. CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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will um th:i.
tfc lMt fc armful nf -it tbu
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Fortify your roofs with the
best roofing material made.
Leading contractors the
ones who look to their cus
tomers' interests all rec
Samples free at
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. Kintr Street.
Furnished Cottage at Cottage Grove.
. C. Smith Typewriters. Hepalrlng
on typewriters, mechanical nud
electrical goods. C. W. Mncfar
lane & Co. Mnconic Temple.
Phone 14S. 43GG-IC
For swell guwni, designs from
Worth & Doucet, perfect fit, seo
Mmc. Lambart. Ilurrlson lllock.
Ilcrctnnlu and Fort St. 4358-Gt
20,000 Cocoanuts Just arrived on
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. P. 0.
Box C27. 428C-tt
Choice collection of stamps (about
3.000). Address 1941 Bulle
tin office. tt
are the shoes that prove.
RE0AL SHOE STORE.
King & Bethel.
BERETANIA ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn'
Located as we are on a prominent
corner, we have a continnal stream
of applicants for houses and cot
tages to rent.
If you will call or mail us partic
ulars of what you' have to rent in
Honolulu we will keen the same on
our lists until rented, send all in
quirers direct to you and make NO
CHARGE WHATEVER unless you
request ns to keen the kev. personal
ly show the property, and make the
We do this simply for. the conveni
ence of those calling on m and for
the indirect results derived there
OUR SPECIALTY IS SELLING
HONOLULU PROPERTY FOR CASH.
We urge you to avail yourself of
this unusual opportunity whenever
THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
82 King St.
Still in business at the same old
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. look
it up. DO IT NOW.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Not. 69-71 Beretania St.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAXI
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
LUNCHES and DRIXKI
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St, near Fort
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays, Operating, 8
12 a. m., including Saturdays; 3-6
p, m., excepting Saturdays.
Levy's for Groceries
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 166 Bere
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
n. m.. 7:30 to 8:30 n. m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 14G0
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