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"It happened recently." rejoined Hil
da. "I. read It In the papers."
"Well, lie blazed n good trail." was
Thorpe's slghltu: romtnent. "Probably
"Wo atvuyt" lie whispered.
ho had his chance. We don't nil of ua
get that. Things go crooked nud get
tangled up, so wo hava to do the best
wo can. I don't believe I'd have done
"Oh. you are delicious!" she erlccb
After n time she said Very humbly:
"I want to beg your pardon for misun
derstanding you and causing voti no
much suffering. I was very stupid and
didn't see why you conld not do ns I
wanted you to."
"That Is nothing to forgive. I acted
like a fool."
"I have known about you." she went
on. "It hns all come out In the pajiers.
It has been very exciting. Poor boy,
roll look tired."
He straightened himself suddenly.
"I have forgotten actually forgotten,"
he cried, a little bitterly. "Why, I am
a pauper, a bankrupt. I"
v,Uurfy,v' she lutorrup'tcd'gotitly, but
ery tlrraly. "you must not say what
on were going to say. I cannot allow
it. Money came between us before.
It must uot do 60 again. Am I not
She smiled at him with the lips of a
child and the eyes of u woman.
"Yes," he agreed after a struggle,
"you are right. Hut now I must be
gin all over again. It will be a long
time before I shall he able to claim
you. I have my way to make."
"Yes," said she diplomatically.
"Hut you!" he cried suddenly. "The
papers remind me. How rtbout that
"What about him?" naked the girl,
astonished. "He la very happily en
gaged." Thorpe's face slowly Oiled with
"You'll break the engagement at
once," he commanded, a little harshly.
"Why should 1 break the engage-1
ment?" demanded Hilda, eying him
with some alarm.
"You actually don't think he's en-
jaged to mo!" she burst out dually.
isn't he?" usked Thorpe.
"wuy. no, Htiipiui lies cngageu 10
Elizabeth Carpenter, Wallaco'a sister.
Now where did you get that silly
"I saw it In the paper."
"And you believe all you see! Why
didn't yon nsk Wallace? Hut of course
you wouldn't. Hurry, you are tlio , oM jogging road all tilled with number
most Incoherent dumb old brute 1 ever ry Vnt.s, WeM llnd ,ots of ,,art,idgoN
saw. I could shake you. You, need n lllp,.Ci nnd pP,.laps n bear. Wouldn't
wife to Interpret things for you. You you kc to walk Uown lt lllKHt 8,1I1S0tr
speak 11 different language from most "Yes, Harry."
people." She said this between lough-1 .., womiel. wlint we're stopping for.
big and crying, between a sense of the Seclna t0 mo lhcy 1U.U topping at uvery
ridiculous uselcssncss of withholding a 1 R(1Urro'8 trail. Oh. this inusl he Sen
single timely word and a tender pathet-; uy yeSt t , Qmer mtlu pnctlj ,s,.t
le Intuition of the suffering such a na- , lti uut fiort of nttrilC(ivoV Good deal
lure must endure. , ;o 0Ul. ,., Yoll lmv?, ,10Vl,r m!1
Suddenly she Jumped to her feet with Carpenter, havo you? Location's Hue
1111 exclamation. anyway, and to mo it's sort of pletur-
"Oh. Hurry. I'd forgotten utterly! . ,.S(1e. You'll like Mrs. Hathaway,
she cried in laughing consternation. Sno. a buxom, motherly woman who
l nave a iiiiiciicuu ueii' mi iiiiii p.mi
1. It's almost that now. I imwt run
and dress. Just look nt me; Just look!
You did that."
"I'll wait hero until the confounded
thing is over." sold Thorpe.
"Oh. no. you won't!" replied Hilda
decidedly. "You ure going downtown
right now and get something to put on.
men you ure couuub uuc iii-ic
Thorpe glanced In surprise nt his
driver's clothes und his spiked boots.
"Heavens and earth!" he exclaimed.
"i milium tiiinu os now urn 1 10 ki
out without ruining the floor?"
Hilda laughed und drew uslde the
"Don't you think you have done thut
pretty well ulreudy?" she asked,
"There, don't look so solemn. We'ro
not going to be sorry for a single thing
we've done toduv. are we?" She stood
close to hltn, tseurculug his fuee wist
fully with her futboiulusH dusky eyen. I
ftttmart EdUiard XOhtlt
'.No. sweetheart, we are not."
URELY It Is useless to follow
the sequel In detail, to tell how
Hilda persuaded Thorpe to take
hnr money. To u woman such
us she this was not n vry dlllleult task
In the long run a few scruples of
pride; that was nil.
"I hate to do It." lie said. "It doesn't
"You must." Rhe Insisted. "I will not
take the position of rich wife to u poor
man. It Is humiliating to both. I will
not marry you until you have made
'That Is right." said Thorpe heartily.
"Well. then, lire you going to he so
selllsh as to keep me waiting while you
make an entirely new start, when n
I little help on my part will bring your
plans to completion?"
She saw the shadow of assent In his
"How much do you needV" she naked
"1 must take up the notes," he ex
plained. "I must pay the men. I may
I need something on the stock market If
I I go In on this, thing I'm going lit for
keeps. I'll get nfter those fellows who
I have' been swindling Wallace; Say
1 f 100.000."
1 "Why, It's nothing!" she cried.
"I'm glad you think so," he replied
She ran to her dainty cserltolr,
where she scribbled eagerly for a few
"There." she cried, her ey?s shining
"there Is my check book nil signed In
blank. And I'll see that the money Is
So It was that Hilda Farrand gave
her lover ronfldence. brought him out
from his fanaticism, launched him
afresh Into thev current of events. lie
remained In Chicago all that summer,
giving orders that all work at the vil
lage of Carpenter should cease. With
his a fairs that summer we have little
to do. His common sense treatment of
the stock market, by which a policy of
quiescence following an outright buy
ing of the stock which he had previous
ly held on margins, retrieved the losses
already sustained and finally put both
partners on a firm financial footing.
That Is another story. So, too. Is his
reconciliation with an understanding of
his sister. It came about through IIII
da, pt course. Perhaps in the Inscruta
ble' wuy of Providence the estrange
ment was of benellt, even necessary,
for it had thrown him entirely witblr.
himself during his militant years.
Let us rather look to the end of the
summer. It now became a question of
reopening the camps. Thorpe wrote to
Shearer and Hadwny, whom he had re
tained, that ho would arrive on Kntur
day noon, and suggested that the two
begin to look about for men. Friday,
himself, Wallace Carpenter, Elizabeth
Carpenter, Morton. Helen Thorpe and
Hilda Fur rand boarded the north bound
lHE train of the South Shore rail
road shot Its way across tlio
broad reuches of the northern
I Thorpe welcomed the smell of tlio
Lnortlilunil. He became almost eager,
explaining, indicating to the girl ut his
-There u the Canada balsam." lie
! crea. "Do vou remember how 1 showed
jt to you tlrst? And yonder the spruce.
ljtow stUck up your teeth were when
you tried to chew the gum before It hud
been heated! Do you remember? Look,
look there! It's a white pine! Isn't It a
grand tree? It's the llnest tree in the
forest, bj my way of thinking, so tall,
ho straight, so feathery and so dlgnl-'
fl...l , TFM.1.. 1 1. ..t..l.( ,1-1
j mil. OIT, X1IIUU, lUlllt IJIUCIW -LUU1UH nil
runs the boarding house for eighty men
I and still finds time to mend my clothes
j for me. And you'll like Solly. Solly's
1 the tug captain, a mighty good fellow,
, true ns u gun barrel. We'll have him
i take us out somo still day". We'll be
there In u few minute now. Kin tlm
I mii,Pn.y marshes. Sometimes there's
j K00ll ,iP, of ,,,,, nl tt,L tsltiiitl.s
, sentteied over t. hut ! v.re lmr.1 tn
log unless you get a good winter. We
hud Just such a proposition when 1
worked for Hndway. Oil. you'll like
J Uudwny. Ho's as good 11s gold
, "ies, replied ins sister.
"I want you to know ltmlwny.
, tho man who gave mo my Btitrt."
"All right. Hurry," laughed Helen.
' "I'll meet anybody or anything from
bears to Indluns."
"I know nn Indian, too Oeezlgut, an
OJibway. We called hliu Injun Charley
lie wua my tlrst friend in the north
woods. He helped 1110 get my timber.
Thli woiiui: he killed u muu u good
Job. loo-ami Is hiding 110W. I wish I
knew where he Is. Hut we'll see him
Mjme tiny. He'll dime back when the
thing blows over. See! Seel"
"What?" they nil asked, breathless. ,
"It's gone. Over beyond the hills
there I caught a glimpse of Superior."
"You are ridiculous. Hurry." protest
ed Helen Thorpe laughingly. "I never
uiw you so. You are a regular boy."
"Do you like boys?" lie asked gravely
"Adore them!" she cried.
"All right; I don't care." he answered
his sister in triumph.
The ulr brakes began to make them
selves felt, and shortly the train cume
to 11 grinding stop.
"What station Is thW?" Thorpe asked
the colored porter.
"ShhiKlevllle, sah," the latter replied.
"1 thought so. Wallace, when did
their mill burn, any wuy? 1 haven't
heard about It."
"Last spring, nbout the time you
"Is that so? How did it happen?"
They claim Incendiarism." parried
Thorpe pondered n moment, then
laughed. "I urn in the mixed attitude
of the small Iwy," he observed, "who
Isn't wicked enough to wish anybody's
property destroyed, but who wishes
that If there Is a lire, to be where lie
can see it. I iiur sorry those fellows
hud to lose their mill, but it was a
good tiling for us. The man who set
'that lire did us a good turn. If It
hadn't been for the burning of their
mill they would have made a stronger
light against us In the stock innrket."
Wallace and Hilda exchanged
glu :. The girl was long since aware
r f the Inside history of those dnys.
"Ypu'll hn-e to tell them that," she
whispered over the back of her seat
"It will please them."
"Our station is next!" cried Thorpe,
"nnd it's only it little ways. Come,
get ready I"
They all crowded into the nnrrow
passageway nenr the door, for the train
"All right, sah." said the porter,
swinging down his little step.
Thorpe ran down to help the ladies.
He was nearly taken from Ids feet by
a wildcat yell, and a moment later that
result was actually accomplished by
a' rush of men that tossed him bodily
011 to Its shoulders. At the same mo
ment the mill nnd tug whistles began
to screech and miscellaneous tlrcaritis
exploded. Even the locomotive engineer.
In rh spirit of the occasion, leaned
down heartily' on his whistle rope.
The sawdust street was tilled with
scroaining. Jostling men. The homes
of the town were brilliantly draped
with cheesecloth. Hags and bunting.
For a moment Thorpe could uot make
out what had happened. Tills turmoil
was so different from the dead quiet of
desertion he hud expected that he was
unable to gather his faculties. All
about him were familiar faces upturn
ed to his own. He distinguished the
broad, square shoulders of Scotty Par
sons, Jack Hylund. Kerllc, Bryan Mo
loney; Ellis grinned nt him from the
press; Hilly Camp, the fat and shiny
drive cook; Mason, the foreman of the
mill: over beyond howled Solly, the
:ug captain; Hollwny Charley, Shorty,
the chore boy; everywhere were fea
tures that he knew.
As his dimming eyes traveled hero
and there, one by one the Fighting
Forty, the best crew of men ever gath
?red In the northlaud, impressed them
selves in his consciousness. On the
outskirts sauntered the tall form of
Tim Shearer, a straw peeping from be
neath ids llax white mustache, his eyes
glimmering uudf.r his tlax white eye
orows. Big Junko and Anderson deposited
their burden on tho raised platform of
the olllce steps. Thorpe turned nnd
fronted the crowd.
At otice pandemonium broke loose, at
though the previous performance hnd
been nothing but a low voiced rehear
sal. "Oh, aren't you proud of him?" gasp
ed Hilda, squeezing Helen's crm with
n little sob.
In a moment Wallace Carpenter, hli
countenance glowing with prldo and
pleasure, mounted tho platform and
stood beside Ills friend, wlillo Morton
und the two young ludles stopped hall
way up the steps.
At once the racket ceased. Everj
one stood nt attention.
"Mr. Thorpe." Wallace began, "al
tlte request of your friends here, I hnv
11 most pleasant duty to fulfill. They
have asked 1110 to tell you how glad
they are to see you. That is surely un
necessary. They have also asked me
to congratulate you on having won the
fight with our rivals." .
"You done eni good!" "Can't down
tile old fellow!" muttered Joyous voices.
"Hut," said Wal.lace, "I think that 1
first havo a story to tell on my own ac
count. "At tho time tlio Jam broke this
sniiiij; we owed the men hero for a
year's work. At that time I considered
their demand for wages 111 timed and
grasping. I wish to apologize. After
the money was paid them, Instead of
scattering, they sot to work under Juck
Hadwny. They havo worked long hours
nil summer. They have invested every
cent of their year's earnings in supplies
and tools, and now they are prepared to
show you in the company's booms
a.000,000 feet of logs rescued by theit
grit and hard labor from totul loss."
At this point the spcukcr was inter
rupted. "Sawoiri" "Shut up!" "Olveuj
11 restl" growled tlio audience. "Three
million feet ain't worth talkln' about!"
"You mnko 1110 tired!" "Say your little
suf tho way you oughtcr!" "Found pur
ty nigh two millions pocketed 011 Mare's
Island, or wo wouldn't V hud thut
much!" "Fool's undertaking, anyhow!"
"Men." cried Thorpe, "I have been
very fortunate. From failuru success
has coiuu. Hut never have I been more
fortuuute than In my friends, The linn
in now ou its teat. t could afford tu
lose three times the logs It lost ttili'
He paused and scanned their faces.
"Hut," lie continued suddenly, "It can
not now nr ever can afford to lose what
those .i.OUO.OtM) feet represent - the
friends It has made. I ran pay you
back the money you have spent and
the time you have put In" Again he
looked them over, nud then for the tlrst
time since they hud known him Ills
faee lighted up with n rareiind tender
smile of nffeethin. "Hut, comrades, I
shall not offer to do It. The gift is ac
cepted In tins spirit with which It was
Ho got no further. Tho nlr was rent
with sound. Even the members of his
own party cheered. From every direc
tion the crowd surged Inward. The
women nnd Morton were forced up the
platform to Thorpe. The latter 1110.!
tinned for silence.
".Vow, boys, we have done It," said
he, "and so will go back to work. From
now on you are my comrades In the
His eyes were dim. his breast heaved.
Ids voice shook. Hilda was weeping
from excitement. Through the tears
she saw them nil looking nt their lead
er, and In the worn, hard faces glowed
the affection and ndmlrntlon of a dog
for Its master. Something there was
especially touching in this, for strong
men rarely show it. She felt n great
wave of excitement sweep over her.
Instantly she was standing by Thome.
"Oh!" she cried, stretching her arms
oht to them passionately. "Oh, I love
yoti. 1" love you nil!"
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ing all labor, material ami tools necessary
to construct the extension of the Main
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Houokua, District of S. IComt, Hawaii,
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enclosed in a scaled envelope addressed
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The Superintendent reserves the right
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C. S. HOLLOWAY,
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Honolulu, November 15, 1904. 4.3L
New Wlmrf and Approach
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Plans and specifications arc 011 file at
tile office of the Assistant Superintendent
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Agent Public Works, Hilo, Hawaii,
copies of which will be furnished intend
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