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THK WtftfKLV HlL-0 TRIBtJSM, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, 3KPTKMBHR 6, igo.
Poor Hfctlo follow I Ho
coughs ho hard ho cannot
sloop. That nmkos him weak
and sickly all tho noxt day.
His brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do
wo, for wo know that just a
few dosos of
will euro this cough. For (50
years it has been the standard
cough remedy for children.
Look out for cheap imita
tions. (Jot the genuine.
in large nncl mall bottl.
Avoid constipation, llalen a i lire ij tli
un of Ajcr'D rill.
Prepared br Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mm., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DKUG COMPANY
The steamers of this line will ar-'
ri,.,. ,u lone,, tln'c nnrl nl Ii.t,-I
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 22
Sonoma August 8
Alameda August 12
Ventura August 2.1
Alameda September 2
Sieira September 14
Alameda September 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura October 26
Alameda November 4
Sierra November 16
Alameda November 25
Sonoma December 7
Alameda December 16
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 27
Venliua August 2
Alamtda August 17
Sieira August 23
Alameda September 7
Sonoma.'. September 13
Alameda September 28
Ventura October 4
Alameda October 19
Siei r.i October 25
Alameda November 9
t-onma November 15
Alameda November 30
Venliua December 6
Alameda December 21
In connection with the sailing of the
above Me.uuers the agents are prepared to
Issue, 10 intending p iengcrb Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
fumi Sin Francisco to all points in the
U111W.1I Mates, and fiom New York by
mi) sti-.imship lint to .ill Iiuropcan ports.
For further ji irticulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
GARCIA & CANARIO. l'rops.
SHavc, Gut Ijair ana Shampoo
at Cct-Elwc Kates.
We also take particular p lius w ilh Chil
dren's Halrculttug. '
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark SI. I'lilliariiie, Capt. Saunders
Hark vni) Turner, Capt. Warland
Itarli .Martini Havis, Capt. McAllnian
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. HHEWUli & CO., Ltd., Agents,
li. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
- All fielglil siultosliipsbyourlannchih
will 1 e eli.ngi'd to shippers unless arroiii
punlnl by ti U'rlUi u nidi 1 fuiiii the tap-
I lill. Ill VlSM-lh
3otf R, A, J.UCA.S & CO.
1 . -. .
.. Copyright. 1902, by Ttttmart Edfard
Hint ii I U'l iiloii Thorpe met tlie oilier
member r tlie party, offered UIh apol
ogies ami explanations nml vvns gra
ciously forgiven. II u found the poison
n 'I lo consist of tlrst of nil Mrs. Gary,
tbo chaperon, n very young mnrrled
vmniiin of twenty-two or (borenbout;
Ii.t husband, n youth of three years
older, eleitn slinven, light bnlred. quiet
nmnueied: Mini Kllzabetli Carpenter,
v ho resembled her .brother In the char
acteristic of good looks, vivacious ills
position nnd curly hair; nn attendant
sutclllte of the masculine pcrsunslon
culled Morton, and Inst of nil the girl
whom Thorpe had already so vnilously
emountcicd and whom he now met as
MIK Hilda I'arrand. Uestdes these
were Ginger, n squat negro built to fit
the galley of a yacht, nnd three Indian
guides. They Inhabited tents, which
nude quite n little encampment.
Thorpe was received with enthusi
asm. Wallace Carpenter's stories of his
woods partner, while never doing more
than Justice to the truth, had been
warm. One and nil owned a lively curl
orlty to see what a real woodsman
might be like. When be proved to be
handsome and well mnnnercd ns well
ns picturesque his reception was no Inn-
R r ' lht.
Nothing COIlId exceed Ills Solicitude tt
to their comfort and amusement. He
Inspected personally the arrangement
I of the tents nnd suggested one or two
'changes conducive to the littler com
forts. Simple things enough they weie
It. was ns though n city man were to
direct a newcomer to Central park yet
Thorpe's new friends were profoundly
Impressed with bis knowledge of occult
things. The forest was to them, as to
most, more or less of a mystery unfath
omable except to the favored of genius.
A man who could Interpret It even a
III tie into the speech of everydny com
fort and expediency possessed n strong
claim to their imaginations. When he
had llnlsbed these practical affairs they
w inted him to sit down nnd tell them
moie things to dine with them, to
smoke about their camp tire in the
evening. Hut here they encountered a
(lidded cheek. Thorpe became silent,
almost morose. Ho talked In monosyl
lables and soon went away. They did
not know what to make of him and so
weie of course the more profoundly in
terested. The truth was his habitual
reticence would not have permitted n
great degree of expansion In any cant,'
but now the presence of Hilda made
my but an attitude of hushed waiting
for her words utterly impossible to him.
However, when he discovered that
Hilda had ceased visiting the clump
ot pines near the pole trail tils desfre
foreed hlin back among these people.
He used to walk In swiftly at almost
any time of day. casting quick glances
hero and there in search of bis dlvin
It.v. "How do, Mrs. Cary," lie would s.iy.
"Nice weather. Imjoylng jourselfir"
On receiving the reply he would nn
svver lieai tily, "That's good," and lapse
into silence. When Hilda was about
he followed every movement of hers
With his eyes, so that his strange con
duet lacked no explanation or Inter
pretation, In the minds of tho women
nt least. Thrice ho redeemed his repu
tation for being an Interesting char-
aiter by conducting the party on little j
expeditions here and there nbout the
country. Then his vvoodcinft nnd re
sourcefulness spoke for him. They
I asked him nbout the luinbeilng op
erations, but he seemed Indifferent.
"Nothing to Interest you." he nninn
I cd. "We're Just cutting roads now.
' You ought to be hero for the drive."
Once he took them over to see Cnmp
One. They weie immensely pleased
and were correspondingly loud In ex
clamations. Thorpe's comments were
bilef and dry. On the way back for (
tho first time Thorpe found that
chnnce and Mrs. Cary had allotted
Hilda to ids care. '
A hundred yards down the trail tber
eino'uiiTerei Pull. The dwarf stopped
slant, looked attentively at the girl and
then softly approached. When quite I
near to her he again stopped, gazing
ut her w Ith his soul In his liquid eyes.
"You are more beautiful thnn the sea
at night." ho snld directly.
The others laughed. "There's sin
cerity for j on, Miss Illldn," said young
"Who Is he?" nsked tho girl after
they had moved on.
"Our chore boy," answered Thorpe,
Ith great brevity.
The rest of the party bad gone abend,
leaving them sauntering more slowly
down the trail.
"Why don't you come to the pine
grove any more?" he asked bluntly.
"Why?" countered Hilda In tho man
ner of women. .
"I want to see you there. I wnnt to
talk with you. I can't talk with all
Unit crowd about."
"I'll come tomorrow," she said; then
wilh n little mischievous laugh, "if
that'll make jou talk."
"You must think I'm awfully stupid,"
ugieed Thoipe bitterly,
"Ah, no; all, nol" she piotcsted soft
ly. "You must not say that."
She was looking at him very tender
ly, If lie had only known It, but he did
not, for his face was set In discontent
ed lines Htialght before him,
"It is true," lie replied.
They walked on In silence, while
gradually the duugerous fuKclnution of
the woods crept down ou tuiuu, Just
uetoio sunset n hush falls on nature.
The wind has died; the birds hae not
yet begun tbelr evening songs; tho
light Itself seems to lmvc left off spar
kling nnd to He still across the land
scape. Such n hush now lay on their
spirits. Over the wny a creeper was
droning sleepily n tittle chnnt. the only
voice In the wilderness. In the heart
of the man, too, n little volco raised It
It bieathed over and over again. After
nwhlle he said It gently In n half voice.
"No, no; hnshl" said the girl. And
she laid the soft, warm llngeis of one
hand ncross his lips nnd looked at him
from n height of superior soft eyed
tenderness ns n woman might look at u
child. "You must not. It is nol tight."
Then he kissed the fingers very gen
tly before they were withdrawn, and
she said nothing at all in rebuke, but
looked straight before her with trou
IIOIU'D returned to Camp One
shortly after dark. He found
there a number of letters,
ninnug which was one from
After commending the camping par
ty to his companion's care the young
fellow went on to sny that affairs were
1 going badly ou tho board.
"Some Interest that I haven't been
able to make out yet has been ham
mering our stoiks down day after
j day," lie wrote. "I don't understand
It, for the stocks are good and Intrln
j sleally nro wortli more than Is bid for
I them right now. Some powerful con
j eerti Is beating them down for a pur
I pose of Its own. Sooner or later they
1 will let up. and then we'll get things
back In good shape. I nin amply pro
tected now, thanks to you. nnd nm not
nt all afraid of losing my holdings.
The only dltliculty is that I am unable
to piedlct exactly when the other fel
lows will decide that they have accom
plished whatever they are about and
lot up. It may not be before next year.
In t lint case I couldn't help you out ou
those notes when they come due. So
put in your best licks, old man. You
may have to pony up for n little while,
tbougli of course sooner or later I can
put it nil back. Then, you bet your
life, I keep out of it. Lumbering's
good enough for yours truly.
"By the way, you might shine up to
Hilda Farrand and Join the rest of the
fortune hunters. She's got It to thiow
to the birds and In her own light Se
riously, old fellow, don't put yourself
Into a false position through Ignorance:
not that there Is any danger to n hard
ened old woodsmnu like jou."
Thorpe went to the group of pines by
the pole trail the following afternoon
hecnusc he had said ho would, but with
u now attitude of mind. He bad come
into contnet with the artificiality of
innvcntloual relations, nnd It stiffened
They sat down ou a log. Hilda turn
Ml to him with her graceful ulr of con
tdence. "Now talk to me," said she.
"Certainly." replied Thorpe In n
f ictlciil tone of voice. "What do you
vant me to tnlk nbout?"
She shot n swift, troubled glance nt
It 1 111. concluded herself mistaken and
I "Tell mo nbout what jou do up here
1 jour life all nbout It."
"Well," replied Tborpo formally, "wo
, haven't much to Interest a gill llko
i you. It Is n question of saw logs with
us." And he went ou in 111s uryest,
most technical manner to detail the
pioiess of manufacture. It might ns
well huvo been bricks.
The girl did not understand. She
wns hurt. As hurely ns tho sun tan
gled In the distant pine frond, she had
been in bis eyes a great passion. Now
it was coldly withdraw n.
"Whnt has happened to you?" she
nsked finally out of her great sincerity.
1 "Me? Nothing," replied Thorpe.
A forced silence fell upon him. Hilda
seemed gradually to lose herself in rev
erie. After n time she said softly
"Don't you love this woods?"
"It's an excellent bunch ot pine," re
plied Tborpo bluntly. "It'll cut a.OOOV
IKK) at least."
"Oh!" she cried, diawlng back, her
hands pressed against the log cither
side of her, her eyes wide.
i After n moment she caught her brenth
convulsively, nnd Thorpe became con
scious thnt bbe was studying him fur
tively with a quickening doubt.
After Unit, by the mercy of God,
1 there was no moro talk between them.
Unconsciously the llrst strnln of oppo-
, sitiou and of hurt surpribo relaxed.
Kach thought vaguely his thoughts.
Then in the depths of the forest, per
Imps near at hand, perhaps far away, a
single hermit thrush began to sing. His
song was of three solemn, deep, liquid
notes, followed by a slight rhetorical
pause as of contemplation, and then de
liberately threo notes moro on n differ
ent key, It is tho most dignified, the
most spiritual, the holiest of woods ut-
, terances. Combined with the evening
shadows and tho warm soft air it of;
fercd to the heart nn almost h resistible
. appeal. The man's nrtitlciiil antngo-
! nlum modified, the woman's dlscu-
J chnutincnt began to seem unreal.
1 Then subtly over and through the
bird song another sound hneamn audi-
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ble. At llrst It merely repeated the
three notes faintly like nn echo, but
with a rich, sad undertone that brought
teats. Then timidly nnd still softly It
elaborated the theme, weaving In nnd
out through tho original three the glit
ter and shimmer of n splendid web of
sound, spreading before the awakened
Imagination a broad river of woods liu
aginary that reflected on Its surface nil
tho subtler moods of the forest.
With the first sigh of the wonder mu
sic the girl had started ami caught her
breath at the exquisite plensuic of it.
As It went on they both forgot every
thing hut the harmony nnd eacli other.
"Ah, beautiful!" she murmured.
"What Is it?" lie whispered, mnrvel
ing. "A violin played by a master."
The bird suddenly hushed, and nt
once the strain abandoned the woods
note nnd took another mrftlf. At llrst
It played softly In the higher notes, n
tinkling, llghtsomo little melody that
stirred a kindly surface smile over a
full heart. Then suddenly, without
transition. It dropped to the lower reg
ister nnd began to sob and wnll In tho
full vibrating power of n great pas
sion. And tho tbemo it treated was love.
(TO lll CONTINlWn)
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perience how quickly it gives relief,
and he will remember it all his life.
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K. F. IlISIlOl', Treasurer.
G. II. K011KKT.SON, Auditor
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