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15 he "Blazed
Ji Copyright, 1902. by
"A until luia to tlgureon paying what
ever lie puts his signature to." assert
ed Thorpe. "1 can give you our note
payable at the end of a year. Then I'll
hustle In enough timber to make up
tho a mount. It means we don't get
our railroad; that's all."
"I knew you'd help rue out. Now it's
all right." said Wallace, with a re
Thorpe shook his head. lie was nl
ready trying to figure how to increase
his cut to 30,000,000 feet.
"I'll do It." lie muttered to himself
after Wallace had gone out to visit the
mill. "I've been demanding success of
others for n good many years; now I'll
demand it of myself."
mlin moment had struck for the
woman. Thorpe did not know
it, but It was true. A solitary,
brooding life in the midst of
grand surroundings; an active, stren
uous life among great responsibilities;
a starved, hungry life of the affections
whence even the sister had withdrawn
her love all these had worked un
obtrusively toward the formation of a
single psychological condition. Such a
moment comes to every man. Then are
happiness nnd misery beside which the
mere struggle to dominate men be-1
comes trivial, the petty striving with
the forces of nature a little thing, and
the woman lie at that time meets Is
more than a woman; she Is the best of
that innii made visible.
Thorpe found himself for the first
time filled with the spirit of restless
ness. Ills customary Iron evenness of
temper was gone, ho that he wandered
quickly from one detail of his work to
another without seeming to penetrate
below the surface need of nny one task.
Hut n week before he had felt himself
absorbed in the component parts of ids
enterprise. Now lie was outside of It.
Thorpe took this state of mind much to
heart and combated it. Invariably he
held himself to his task. Hy an effort,
a tremendous effort, he succeeded In
doing so. The effort left him limp. He
found himself often standing or mov
ing gently, lit eyes staring sightless,
his will chr.l&d so softly nnd yet so
f inly that he felt no strength and
laidly the desire to break from the
dream that lulled him. Then he was
conscious of the physical warmth of
tho sun. the faint sweet wood smells,
tho soothing cares of the breeze, the
sleepy eleada-IIko note of the pine
creeper. Ho wanted nothing so much
as to sit on the pine needles there In
the gulden Hood of radiance nnd dream
dream on vaguely, comfortably,
"Lord, Lord!" he cried Impatiently.
"What's coming to me? I must be a lit
tle off my feed!"
And he hurried rapidly to his duties.
After an hour of the hardest concentra
tion he had ever been required to be
stow on n trivial subject he again un
consciously sank by degrees into the
"Glad It isn't the busy season!" ho
commented to himself. "Here. I must
(ult tills! Guess it's tho warm weather.
I'll get down to the mill for a day or
There he found himself Incapable of
oven the most potty routine work, no
sat at his desk at 8 o'clock and liogan
the perusal of n sheaf of letters. The
first thiee he read carefully, the follow
ing two rather hurriedly, of the next
one ho seized only tho salient and en
seutlal points, the seventh and eighth
he skimmed, the remainder of the bun
die he thrust aside In uncontrollable
Impatience. Next day he returned to
The Incident of the letters had
aroused to tho full his old fighting spir
it, before which no mero Instincts
Onee more his mental process became
clear and Incisive, his commands direct
nnd to the point. To all outward ap
pearance Thorpe was as before.
He opened Camp One. and the Fight
ing Fortj; came back from distant
drinking Joints. This was In early Sep
tember. That ablebodlrd and devoted
bnnd of men was on hand when need
ed. Shearer In some subtle manner of
his own had let them feel that this year
meant IIO.OOO.OOO or "bust." They
tightened their leather belts and stood
ready for command. After much dis
cussion with Shearer the young man
decided to take out tho logs from
"eleven" by driving them down French
To this end a gang was put to clear
ing the creek bed. It was a tremen
dous Job. Centuries of forest life had
choked the lit tie strcnm nearly to the
level of Its banks. Old snags and
stumps lay Imbedded In the ooze; de
clined trunks, moss grown, blocked the
cm lent; leaning tamaracks, fallen Um
ber, tangled vines, dense thickets, gave
to its course more the appearance of a
tropical Jungle than of a north country
brook bed. All theso things had to be
removed one hy one mid either piled to
one side or burned. In the end, how
ever, It would pay. 1'iench cieek was
not a large stream, but it could be
driven during the tlnic of the spring
1'neli night the men returned in (he
beautiful dienmllko twilight to the
eainp. There they sat after eating,
smoking their pipes In the open air.
', Much of tho time they sang, while Phil.
By STEWART :
Sftart Edtaard TO hit
m'l- t' fr '1 -t- 't- -fr 'I' t' 'I "t fl'-i- -1- !' -? .f
croiicning woir-llke over tils violin,
rasped out an accompaniment of dls no
minees. The men's voices lent them
selves well to the weird minor strains
of the chanteys. TIicho times, when the
men snug nnd the night wind rose and
died in the hemlock tops, were Thorpe's
worst moments. His soul, tired with
the dny's iron struggle, fell to brooding.
lie wanted something, lie knew not
The men were singing in a mighty
chorus, swaying their heads In uiilron
nnd bringing out with n roar the em
phatic words of the crude ditties writ
ten by some genius from tlielr own
"Cono nil j-c sons of freedom throughout
Come nil ya gallant lumbermen, lint to a
On the banks of the Muskegon, where the
rapid waters How,
Oh, we'll range the wild woods o'er while
n-lumberlii we bo."
Here was the bold unabashed front
of the pioneer, here was absolute cer
tainty In the superiority of ids railing,
absolute scorn of all others. Thoipe
passed his hand ncross his brow. The
same spirit wns once fully and freely
"Tho music of our burnished ax shall
make the woods resound.
And many a lofty nnclcnt plno will tum
ble to the ground.
At night around our Bhanty Are we'll sing
while rude winds blow.
Oh, we'll range the wild woods o'er while
n-lumlierln' we goI!'
Tlmt wns what he wns here for.
'Filings were going right. It would be
pitiful to fall merely on account of this
Idiotic lassitude, this unmanly weak
ness, this boyish Impatience and desire
for play. He n woodsman! lie n fellow
with theso big strong men!
A single voice, clear and high, struck
into a quick measure:
"I nm n Jolly shanty boy, .
As you will soon discover;
To nil the dodges I am fly,
A hustling pine wood rover.
A pcavey hook It Is my pride;
An ax I well can handle;
To fell a tree or punch a bull
Get rattling Danny llandall."
And then, with n rattle and crash, the
whole Fighting Forty shrieked out the
"Hung yer eye! Hung ycr eye!"
Active, nlert, prepared for any emer
gency that might nrise; hearty, ready
for everything, from punching hulls to
felling trees thnt was something like!
Thorpe despised himself. Thu song
"I love n girl In Saginaw;
She lives with her mother.
I defy all Michigan
To llnd Buch another.
She's tall and slim; her hnlr Is red;
Her face Is plump and pretty.
She's my daisy Sunday best-diiy girl.
And her front namo stands for Kitty."
And again, as before, the Fighting
Forty howled truculently:
"Bung ycr eye! Hung yer eye!"
Tho words were vulgar, the air a
e.ero minor chant. Yet Yfiorpo's mind
Iras stilled. His aroused subconscious
ness had been engaged' in reconstruct
ing these men entire as their songs
voiced rudely the inner cliaracteilstles
of their beings. Now his spirit halted.
Their bravery, pride of caste, resource,
bravado, boastfulncss all these he had
checked olf approvingly. Here now
yits the Idea of tho mate. Somewhere
for each of them was a "Kitty," a
"daisy Sunday best-day girl." At the
present or in tho past these woods
roisterers, this Fighting Forty, had
known love. Thorpo rosu abruptly and
turned at random Into the forest. Tho
kong pursued him as he went.
"I took her to a dance one night,
A moHHlmck gae the bidding;
Sliver Jack bossed the shebang,
And Dig Dan played the fiddle.
We danced and drank the livelong night,
With lights between the dancing,
Till Sliver Jack cleaned out tho ranch
And sent the mossbneks prnnqlng."
And with the Increasing war and
turmoil of the quick wntcr the last
shout of the Fighting Forty mingled
faintly and was lost.
"Hung yer eye! Dung yer eye!"
Thorpe fouud himself at the edge of
the woods facing a little glade Into
which streamed tint radiance of a full
(TO III! CONTINIW!))
Ducks For 0,(100.
St. Paul, Minn., July 29. The
State Supreme Court totl ty handed
down a down a decision n Hi r in hip;
the decihiou of the Jackson couuly
couit, holding that a fine of 20,000
assessed against William l'oole and
William Kerr for "having illegally
in their possession 2,000 wild thicks
was not excessive.
The men were convicted in the
Jackson County District Com t after
the ducks hud been found in their
possession hy the state game and
They appealed 011 the ground
that the fine of 10 apiece for the
ducks was excessive.
Chicago, Aug. 13, Mayor Har
rison of Chjcago has been asked to
do what lie c.111 to settle tin strike
usdisoidei and violence ate spreading.
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The combination of features in . . .
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STAND I Ml I'AT.
lion American Slang is Interpreted
Our Kuglisli cousins make frantic
efforts occasionally to grasp the
meaning of .slang phrases used in
the United States, with more or less
success. London papers are often
giyeu to elucidating "English as
she is spoke" in America, and in
giving an account of the recent
Democratic Convention at St. I.otiis,
The Iondoti Chronicle, has the
following to say:
"In denouncing the policy of the
Republican party as one of 'stand
ing fat,' the chairman of the St.
Iouis Democratic convention was
kind enough to give the uninitiated
some hint of that mystic phrase's
significance. It came from the
gambler's tubl;, he said, and 'stand
fat' was a precept of passivity and
inaction born of cowardice. A
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not take the chance of improving it
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with whatever is dealt to you, leav
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Hut it is doubtful whether 'stand
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ance as 'bluff' has. Thou Kinds
speak of 'bluffing' with no thought
that they are using a metaphor
I tjosiou, Atie. 10. rue urnim
Army of the Republic has begun its
national encampment here today.
Attacks op Colic, cholera mor
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