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Copyright, 1902. by Ttttart Edtvard XVill
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THE WKKKLY HILO TUIIH'NK, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNK , 1004.
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Ton know tlio story how Rood
Queen lluss, pointing to tlio beautiful
halt of a peasant girl, said, "There's a
real royal crown. 1 would t ratio my
golden 0110 for It." That was long ago.
Now j 011 ran havo a "real royal crown"
of your own, simply by using Ayur's
Halt Vigor. It makes tho hair grow
thick and loug and stops it falling
Wlion your hair Is tleli nnd heavy,
unil when tho closest Inspection fails
to dctoet a single gray hair, you will
portainly look a great da.il younger,
and you will ho much luttcr satisfied
with yourself, too. Isn't that ho?
Preptrt J ly Or. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Met.. U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN
-. Jims 10
(. June 22
Alameda July 1
Sierra July 13
Alameda July 22
Sonoma August 8
Alameda August 12
Ventura August 24
Alameda September 2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 25
Ventura May 31
Alameda June 15
Sierra '. June 21
Alameda July 8
Sonoma July 12
, Alameda July 27
Ventura August 2
Alameda August 17
Sicira August 23
Alameda ' September 7
In connection with 'the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
uu steamship line to all Kuropean ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S.Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CAN'ARIO. Props,
SIwk, Cut fiair and Shampoo
at Eet'Eivc Rates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Itni'k St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
lliirk Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Hark Martha Davis, Capt. McAllmnn
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Haclcfeld & Co., Ltd.
AUr.N'I'S. II 1 1,0.
"l know what you nre thinking."
mild the hoy, Hushing. "You nre sur
prised that I can ho In earnest about
Thorpe watched liliu with Hynipn
thetle eyes, but with lips that obstl
nnti'ly refused to say ono word.
"I loft college at nineteen because
my father died," Wallace went on. "I
am now Just twenty-one. A large es
tate descended to me, nnd I have had
to care for Its Investment all alone. I
have one sister; that Is all."
"So have II" cried Thorpe nnd slop
ped. "The estates have not suffered." went
on the boy simply. "1 have done Well
with them. Ilul." he cried fiercely. "I
bate ltl It Is petty and mean and wor
rying nnd nngglng. Now, I lurry. I
have a proposal to make you. It is this:
You need $.10,000 totiuy your land. Let
me supply It nnd come In as bnlf part
ner." An expression of doubt crossed the
laud looker's face.
"Ob, please!" cried the boy. "I do
want to get in something renl. It will
be the making of me."
"Now, see here," Interposed Thorpe
suddenly. "You don't even kiiov my
"I know yoti." replied the boy.
"My name Is Harry Thorpe," pursued
the other. "My father was Henry
Thorpe, nn embezzler."
"Harry," replied Wallace soberly, "1
am sorry I made you say that. I do not
care for your name, except, perhaps, to
put It In the articles of partnership,
and I have no concern with your an
iTstry. I tell yu, it Is a fnvor to let
me In on this dcnl. I don't know any
thing about lumbering, but I've got
eyes. 1 enn see that big timber stand
ing up thick and tall, and I know poo
plo make profits In the business."
Thorpe considered a few moments In
"Wallace," he said gravely at last, "I
houestly do think that whoever goes
Into this deal with me will make mon
ey. Of course there's nlways chances
against It. but I am going to do my
The man's accustomed aloofness bad
none. His eyes flashed. Ids brow
frowtied. the muscles of his cheeks
contracted under his beard.
Wallace gazed at bltn with fascinated
"Then you will?" be naked tremu
lously. "Wallace," he replied again, "they'll
say that you have been the victim of
nn adventurer, but the result will
prove them wrong. If I weren't per
fectly sure of this I wouldn't think of
It, for I like you, nnd I know you want
to go Into this more out of friendship
for me and because your Imagination I
touched than from any business sense.
Itut I'll accept gladly, nnd I'll do my
"Hooray!" cried the boy, throwing
his cap up In the nlr. "We'll do 'cro
Dp In the lirst round."
FTBU Wallace left them tho
two men settled ngaln Into
their customary ways of life.
Up to the present Thorpe had
en loved n clear field. Now tw men
came down from above and ostnfjllshcd
a temporary camp In tho woods half a
mile below tho dam. Thorpe soon snt
islled himself that they were picking
out a route for the logging road.
The two men, of course, did not both
er themselves with the timber to bo
travoyed, but gavo their entire atten
tion to that lylng'fnrthcr back. Thorpe.
was enabled thus to avoid them entire
ly. He simply transfcricd his estimat
ing to the forest by the stream. Once
ho met one of the men, but was fortu
nately In a country that lent itself to
his pose of hunter. Tho other ho did j
not sec at nil.
Hut one day he beard him. The two
up river men were following cnrefully
but noisily the bed of a little creek.
Thorpe happened to bo on the side hill,
so he seated himself quietly until they
should havo mo veil on dpwn. One of
thorn sUouted to the other, who, crash
ing through n thicket, did not bear, j
"Ilo-oo, Dyer!" tho first repeated.
"Here's that Infernal comer over here!" i
"Yop." assented the other, "coining." '
Thorpe recognized the voice Instantly '
as that of Itadway's scaler. Ills baud '
crisped in a gesture of disgust. The
man had always been obnoxious to
Two days later be stumbled on their ,
eamp. Ho paused In wonder lit what j
The packs lay open, their contents I
scattered in every direction. Tho Ire I
bud been hastily extinguished with a
bucket of water, and a frying pan lay i
where It had been overturned. If the
thing bad been possible, Thorpe would
have guessed ut a busty and unpre
Ho was about to withdraw carefully
lest bo bo discovered when he was
startled by a touch on bis elbow
was Injun Charley.
"Dey go up river," be said. "I come
see what do row."
Tho Indian examined rapidly the con
dition of the little camp.
"Dey look for soinethln'," said he.
making his hand revolve as though
rummaging and Indicating the packs.
"I t'lnk dey see you In do woods," he
concluded. "Hey go eamp get 'urn
boss, lluss he gone on river trail two
"You're right, (iiurjey. replied
Thorpe, who had been drawing his o n
conclusions. "One of them knows me.
They've been looking In their packs for
their notebooks with the descriptions
of these sections In them. Then they
piled out for the boss. If I know any
thing at all, the boss Ml make tracks for
"Wot you do?" asked Injun Charley
"1 got to get to Detroit before they
Instantly the Indian became all ac
tion. "You eonie," he ordered nnd set out
at a rapid pace for eamp.
There, with Incredible deftness, be
packed together about twelve pounds
of the jerked venison and a pair of
blankets, thrust Thorpe's waterproof
match safe In his pocket and turned
eagerly to the young man.
"You come," lie repeated.
Thorpe hastily unearthed bis "de
scriptions" and wrapped them up. The
Indian In silence rearranged the mis
placed articles In such a maimer as to
relieve the camp of Its abandoned air.
It was nearly sundown. Without a
word the two men struck lilt Into the
forest, the Indian In the lead. Their
course was southeast, but Thorpe ask
ed no questions. He followed blindly.
Soon ho found that If he did even that
adequately he would have little atten
tion left for anything else. The In
dian walked with long, swift strides,
his knees always slightly bent, even
at the finish of the step, his back hol
lowed, his shoulders and bead thrust
forwnrd. His gait had n queer sag In
It, up and downjn a long curve from
ono rise to the other. After a time
Thorpe hoeiimc fascinated In watching
before him this easy, untiring lope,
hour nftcr hour, without the variation
of a second's fraction In speed or Jin
Inch In length.
At first Thorpe followed him with
comparative ense, but at the end of
throe hours he was compelled to put
forth decided .efforts to keep pace. Ills
walking was no longer mechanical, but
conscious. When It becomes so u man
soon tires. Thorpe resented the In
equalities, the stones, the roots, the
patches of. soft ground which lay In
Ids wny. He felt dully that they were
not fair. Ho could negotiate the dis
tance, but anything else was a gratui
Then suddenly he gained his second
wind. He felt better and stronger nnd
At midnight Injun Charley called a
halt. He spread his blanket, leaned
on one elbow long enough to eat n strip
of dried meat and fell nsleep. Thoipe
Imitated his example. Three hours
later the Indian roused his companion.
and the two set out again.
From 3 o'clock until 8 they walked
continually without n puu.i without
an Instant's biuathlng -pell. Then
they lested half an hour, ate a little
venl-on and smoked a pipe.
An hour after noon they repeated the
rest. Thorpe roe with a certain phjs
leal reluctance. The Indian seemed as
fresh as when he started. At sun-et
(hey took an hour, then forw.-ud again
by the dim lutermi'tteiit light of the
moon anil star.s tntougii me guosuy
haunts of forest until Thorpe thought
ho would drop with weaiine-is anil
was mentally Incapable of conteinplat
lug ntjire than a hundred steps In nil-
"When I get to that square patch of
light I'll quit." he would say to him
self and struggle painfull; the icqtili
-d twenty piriK
"No, 1 won't quit here." he wmm'i'
lontlnue. "I'll make It that birch,
riieu 1 11 lie down and die."
And mi on. To the actual physical
exhaustion of Thorpe's muscles was
added that iminen-e mental weailness
which uncertainty of time and distance
millets' ou a man. The Join ney might
last a week for all he knew. In the
piveiiro of an emergency the-e i hmi
of action had actually not exchan ,ed
a dozen woids. The Indian liM;Thorpn
When the halt was called Thorpe
fell into his blanket loo weary even lo
cat. Next morning sharp, Vdinotlug
pains, like tho slabs of swords, rnn
through his groin.
"You come," repented the Indian.
stolid as ever.
Then the sun was an hour high. Tho
travelers Maidenly ran Into a trail,
which ns hVldenly dived Into a i-pruee
thicket. On tho other side of It Thorpe
unexpectedly found hhnelf in an ex
tensive clearing dotted with the black
ened stumps of pines. Athwart the dis
tance ho could percelvo the wide blue
boilz.on of Lako .Michigan. He bad
crossed the upper peninsula on foot.
"Boat come by today," said Injun
liiniley, Indicating the tall stacks of a
mill. "Him no slop. You mak' him stop
lake you with him. You get train Mack
inaw City tonight. Dose men. dey on
It I dat train."
1 Thorpe calculated rapidly. Tho en
emy would require even with tiieir
teams a day to cover tho thirty miles to
tho llshlng village of Munlsiiig, whence
the stage ran each morning to Soney,
tho present terminal of the South
Shore railroad, lie, Thorpe, on foot and
three hours behind, could never have
caught the stage. Hut from Soney only
one train a day was dispatched to con
ucct at Mackinaw City witli the Mlchl
k'uu Ceutrul. and on that one train, duo
Where .1 team can walk and draw a plow
Tm? Ruvkrsihi.U works perfectly.
The combination of features in ... .
Make it the most valued
plowing around 'the laud or RKVKRSiw.K, throwing furrows all oneway. Will plow
between terraces without leaving a water furrow, Made only in a sulky.
Th3 Abovo Cut Shows the
tai,,5fc?WB.li,Hl ' '
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
to leave this very morning, tho up river
man wns Just about pulling out. He
would nrrlve at Mackinaw City at t
o'clock In the afternoon, where ho
would bo forced to wait until 8 In the
evening. ly catching a boat at the
mill to which Injun Charley had led
him Thorpe could still mnke the same
train. Thus the start in the race for
netrolt'slnnd olllco would be fair.
"All right." bo cried, all his energy
returning to him. "Hero goes! We'll
beat him out yet!"
"You come hack?" Inquired the Indl
an, peering with a certain anxiety Into
his companion's eyes.
"Come back!" cried Thorpe. "You bet
"I wait," replied the Indian, and was
Thorpe saw over the headland to the
east a dense trail of black smoke. He
set off on a stumbling run toward the
(TO 111! CONTlNUl'.f)
Made a Mistake.
Honolulu, June 15 The Attorney
General's Department is meeting
continued reverses in the Circuit
Court, cither from weakness of pro
secution or invalidity oliudictmeiiLs
Deputy Attorney General View
ing today entered nolle prosequis
in cases of alleged water works em
bezzlement against K. Vivian
Richardson under five indictments.
New indictments are pending as
the result of the invalidity ot the
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