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EVENINQ OULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T 8ATURDAY, AUG. 23d, 1902,
Hiawatha hurried homeward.
Galloped homeward from the city.
Hurried onward with a package,
A neat package that he tarried,
And at last, before his tepee,
Yelled: "Oh, Mlnnlo Mlnnehahn.
Come and see what papa's orotic),)
Drought to you back from the city,
from the gay haunts of the palefao "
Out came smiling Minnehaha,
Wearing an old pair of slipper
That she'd found upon a scrap-heao
Also wearing a red bathrobe
That some fat man had discarded.
Hiawatha with his Jaekkntfo
Cut the string and ripped the paper
And took out the little paddles
And some balls that lightly bounde-l
And a little net and told her
Of the splendid game of pity; pons.
Told her how the proud white peotj'.i,
The gay people in the city.
I'lnjcd It till their clothes got sogg,
Till their backs ached and their ui'JO
Cot nil knotted up and tnugled.
Minnehaha poked fun at him
As he fixed up an old born dour
On two stumps behind the tepee i
"This," she tald, "may do for ohli
Hut shall noble Hiawatha
Shall my tall nnd handsome wnrrtot
Monkey with those little paddlcs7
Khali the buck who slays the panth'r
And who calmly chokes the wildcat
J'ool with such a game as this Is'
"Never mind," said Hiawatha;
"Take jon pnddle and get ready."
Then he swiftly served a twister.
And the ball, in bouncing, struck bet
On the nose and made It tingle.
"Here." she hollered, "try It ocr.
And I'll knock It through the treetoiw. '
1 will Eend It through the rushes,
And across the soughing sedges, '
So blamed far you'll never llnd It." I
Hiawatha served ft swiftly,
And the gentle Minnehaha
Tripped upon her old red bathrobe,
Stepped up on a trailing corner,
In her eagerness, her hurry.
Tripped and turned an airy fllpflap.
Hose up In the circumambient
Atmosphere and loBt a slipper-
Hose and yelled for Hiawatha
To be kind enough to stop her.
Hose, and, with hei red robe wavlnj;
Like a frightful danger signal.
Turned a time or two on nothing,
And then landed in a puddle
Where the tadpoles loved to frolic.
Hiawatha, the tall warrior.
Hushed around and bent ubove her,
Crying; "Here, my Minnehaha,
Here I am I've come to help you"
Up she rose and out she waded.
Saying things to him in Injun
That, alas, cannot be printed;
And she grabbed the net and toie It
Into more than sixty pieces;
She knocked down the door and
And then grabbed a ping pong paddl '
And went after Hiawatha. i
Thrice she chased him 'round Ui
Holding up the dripping bathtobe; i
On one foot she woro a slipper,
On the other she had nothlni;.
Save some smearlngs from the mucK nny,hlnK of him yet. nor do I knew
pond. where he Is. He said he would tele
Here and there he hurried, dodging Eraph me to the liohrl here, but I have
Things she grabbed up and threw at ' vp'l nothing. I do not want uny
him, ''dy to think 1 am running after Mr
And she called him names and toll stronf:- for ' am not: u"t I feel t,.t f
hlra , he tomes to me and acts like n man
That she'd make him when she caught ' rjn 'rs've him and forget his t nel
him treatment. That Is why I amc here
Curse the man who had Invented
The Infernal game of ping pong,
Thiough the woods they wildly nil'
Orac Hiawatha's Plug Ponging
Hlawatha hurried homeward.
Galloped homeward from the city,
Hurried onward with a package,
A neat package that ho carried',
And at last, befoie his tepee,
Through the valleys they tore madly.
Through tho swamps and over stout,
She pursued the fleeing warrior.
And, at last, for In the distance.
Something led went o'er a hilltop,
Something like u danger signal
Disappeared and all was sUqut
'Hound the stumps behind the tepee.
Where he taught her how to pind
8. K. Klser In Chicago Record-Her
Mill IE JP Wf; llnl
Among the most beautiful of the women who. by virtue of their titles,
graced the coronation of King Kdnaril, and paitlclpated In the ceremony.
Is Lady Helen Stewart. Lady Helen is a gieat favorite In English tocietj"
MAY YOHE IN
vwr w . 'Brlr fL tnAiiiBiill
Y ''" '-'1. ' ( m
I'arls. Aug. J. May Yohe reached.
t'arls this morning, but up to midnight
she had not seen Putnam llrntllee
(Strong or learned where he is. Mils
Yohe reached the railroad station at 6
i o'clock this mornlDg. She rufltred
greatly and was unable to walk or
Hand as the result of having spralntd
her knee on the eve of btr departure
f from London yesterday. Mlfb Yohe
i nerves were completely unstrung She
had to be carried to a carriage at the
I station and to her room upon her ar-
thai at the hotel where she Is stopping.
The doctor who was summoned pre-
scribed complete repose nnd would net
allow her to see any one during the
day. He said rest for lit kast one
week would be necessary to ptrinlt the
recovery of her Injured knee.
Miss Yohe beenme calmer this cven
1 lng and Insisted upon taking a shoit
drle In the llols de Boulogne. A press
representative saw Miss Yohe tonight
, She was evidently greatly disappointed
at not having heard froxn Strong and
"I enme here straightway uron re
ceiving a message In Louden lien Mr.
Strong, through a friend, that unless 1
came to meet him In Paris he would
do awny with himself In forty-eight
hours; but I hae not seen or heard
sacrificed everything' went on
.Mlts Yohe. with tears in her eye to
my loe for him. and I feel it utteriy
hard to be treated this way "
She then opened a gold lo. ket whl h
she wore at her throat and showed two
photographs of Strong, hhe mid she
had three more photographs vt him
on the mantelpiece In her t'edroorn
As Mion as Miss Yohe is well enough
tn travel she Is going to (ienon to it
deem the Jewels pawned there Hhe de
rotlted the tickets for the JeweU with
the manager of the hotel.
When asked If she intended to re
appear on the stage, she replied eio
phatlcnlly "I do not, I tecelved an
offer while In London from an Amcrl
inn Impresario to uppear In Paris but
I ile-cllned It."
Miss Yohe said she and her mother
had enough money to live on comfort
New York, August 13.
the Sun from Paris savs
cable to u
A dispatch M I
from Lisbon tonight reports that May
Yohe and Putnam Itradlee Strong have
met In a hotel there nnd settled their
differences amicably. Miss Yohe for
gave Strong nnd Strong forgave her
Beth arc uh happy as a bride and
Strong Is reported tn have said thr.t
he will marry Mix Yeinc as soon as
Lcrd Francis Hope's decree of dlvoice
against her Is made final. The couple,
according to the dispatch, arc living at
the hotel as M. Anderson and wife. It
Is probnblo that, tn celebrate their
seccncl honeymoon, the couple will go
to (lenon and redeem the Jewels pawn
ed by trem In that city.
"1 have- been very sick here In Lis
bon, said Captnln Strung whenlntir
viewed. "anil Monday I wired MIsh Yo
he at Paris to come. She arrived Wei
nesday night We're perfectly happy
and Intend to get manied on Septeui-
MAY YOHE, WEARING
KtwmSHmZa -JKii ',H
POLITICS AS A CAREER FOR YOUNG MEN
By Hon. CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW.
I assume that the question ineaiH,
"Should ho adopt politics as a career'.' '
Every young man should start out 'n
life with three definite, objects: rir,
to earn an honest living, second, to
secure) an lucomn large and poniiu
nent enough to support u family . nut.
third, to lay up something tor old .!;.
UjcI tho care of the hclplci, ouei wh'iin
he may leave behind when he dies.
The trouble with politics that In
I pursuit Is an ndvcntuic and not u c
reel. The ufflce may furnish larg-r
toinpeusatlon at the beginning sever
i al times over, th.in inuld be hud In mi '
vocation. I'lcinmtluii however Is lot
neccuded lo ineili, but tu political in
fluence. If the beginner sinus In in.v
department ol the (luvi tiiinent. 1-j
must have men poweiful enough ,vnli
the puil.v inntliuuiuKly behind him to
rnuiu ins place or to m-tiiic an .id i
vnneo In either position or pay. ll's
competenev, honesty .inn use.'ulues
are subindluate l.itlms in his suet ess.
The lougei ho M in;, Ins in the seivei
the gieuti'i the d.inmis of his penl- llteuillj no stantllcg mmuii l"i hliu anj
Hon. The time will niuinly come when'
when he will be compelle-d m give n . One or tl ,M ,iilal.l.- sight.
his place to a :iember or Hie iiipi)-IUiwhiih I liavei-vei wlinessed was ytej.
party width has come Into imwei i tnled In n , in the- mipeariine u " 'I
ton man possessing mini iutliu-uej. I some twenty pollili iaiu, ot nntlon.il
He then finds himself lijudimppol luputntlun who caiiiel to mi' niter 'i,.
with a family uutiained tor business
and out ot line with the jt'tlie con
petltors of the couiuiuuitj. lo other
oer .'.,tn. vvnere wu shall go then rce
do not know probably on a cruise tn
Norway and Denmark. We shall nev
er return to America, and, whatever
happens, Miss Yohe will never go bach
tn the stage. There has been no collu
sion between us. The Interviews puij
llsheil with me In the American paper
were fakes. It is not true that I pawn
etl a Hword given tu me b) Oenernl
"The Captain Is right when he savs
we're perfectly happy," said Miss Yo
he-. "I did not follow him from .V
lork. I tame Just because I felt like
it. I was very willing to co'tne to Lis
bon In response tn Captain Strong's
telegram I love him, and people may
say what they please. What we wlsn
Is to be let alone henceforth."
THE HOPE JEWELS.
o o o--o-oco
words, there Is no place lor him in I'm
, law office, counting roui.i, the raliro.id
or tho shop
If he enters the NelA for an elect .
olflccs hu encounters still greuter jiu,
lis. If hu has taleutis nlilcli lit hliii to
i-hlne In debute, or ol an executive or
tier, he ma), while his paity Is In pow
er, win pioiiilncnte in state affalis an i
Ibecuuie mi impuitunt lactor In nation,
ul legislation. III.-, pav will at tlmce
be wietchedl) Inadequate to the pni.i
tlon he has tu maintain and the -v
penses he Is compelled to Incur. Ho
sides, lie must have t tie" money to fai
rs on his canvass when a candidate
Whin tin levolutlon. nliiili Is Inevi
table, cnuien, and lie Is thiown out ol
oftlce lij the defeat of his p.iit. IiU
liuniiiiiii us iiiiiiiii.iunie to a ilegre..
II Is monilncm,. hleh nr.ltiii ,i .
utiilluii aie a bai lo his getting n loo'i
j hold In pint Hull alTuIrs His exp-u
tunc e. laleuls and habits are useless n.
Hie firm m miiioiaihm Ther,. n..,
.overtliiow of an administration in.l
begged me to aid then, In i uiliig en.
plojment. They wet e heads ol Urge
oo-ooo o o
The Opium Cache on
(Cow right 1902 by Arthur .Ti.hu-'o'."
Telts How the Maul Police Were Fool
ed, and How We Re-Shipped the
Opium Before the Halcyon Returned.
SYNOPSIS -RnJrrklc Djlllnjsrr Ko r -I 4
opium irJ lth hi ounjf Chine, Irtfrj rtr
tnt ltin Vlulf UnJfnfT 'tplim. Th lm i n
arrhrftunrxfrcteJIv wliti A carcn pjr .( ihlifi
Whalev rnJevour?. tv a d iuhl pla t ru in
rahnojr llomkahju MjuI. lhi f..ll tt- HjI
cjon unJ camp In a lata tunnel ticir th 11 j-. U -
(KtiipleJ hv Mrs Trmf a half-unit anj hrr pfiti
daujthtpr MjIIc llftr tli watch Hii Mat m.d ,nJ
hve thousand pounJs ( opium In t?-lja t c htit
ire unable i loiate the cntr.mce In it mnntlmi'
funn lU1liner lTt'im j jualntfJ jt !t.f ir(
ntmv l'inn hl rpturn tlw r xamlnt tl f i f tiw
lavaf.lll anJ h alJ f a ripf Jtvn it tn iniir-
?Tund lc which can be rracnei rl fr .1- l - '-.t
hev thn sp.iri h InlinJ (or in "IJ rntrjn Tort-t -I
uwi b Mm Iriir hubanJfrn)uKllrin- T '
uhkhtti) 4 tJpntil fm4 ncir tttr nrp Tsf
Nn n the cmh Hith an elevtrii lor.h jnj J r
ihenrium In Uh uppvrtunnH The Prxt 1 W'ule
nni Mjruan n.it i vene but Wiia
an unJirtanJInK uith lUlllnr itJ h.
hefort Anan s cliiK.nrr arris.- fr inllf l
wlikt thf c 'tnirtnve hnJInij til r lt
T a u. i f ait frutli
Ttiit'tifx JerleJnt uerelM-r wi'
N l.t il..rk M!clccf iho .,
Take iIkiu h hat 1 ourv Hum will
A- we passed the whirl of waters M
the lavti shelf, half our Chinese cast
themselves between thwatts yelling
with fern-; but, when we glided Into tin
twilight hay. thev reinvmil tin ir
teats, expiesslng thdr wonder 111 half
livsterlcal exclamations w libit vibrat
ed strangely between laughter ntrl
tears Anan spoke a few word1 in Chi
nee. and they were brave again, chat-1
terlng llki- magpies. After landing. It I
was fully twenty minutes before Mian
returned, with the crew, tu heie
held the boat. They brought flu- linn-dre-d
pntinils of opium. He now gave
them the electric tonh and three lin
terns, with directions to hurry bach
lor another load. The ten cae were
soon u board, ami we brouuht itiir ten
more men, all that Captain Ston.e
llj four o'clock our valuable cai';ol
was safely stored, beneath the upper
bags of sugar lift In the sihnoner, at
Honolulu, for ballast
As nnn and I started ashore for out
traps. Captain Storlce called alter uj.
over the rnll: "Now. boys! je're not to
hurry: We can't
get out until Tft, ,
sundown. when the hind hre-zc!
blows; so. If jou wnnter, go up t' (lie
grass house 'nd say good-bv to t.
wlmmen folk; Ye see I win jnitui;
myselfonce'st, 'nd I'm Just as joungus I"""Im- Mni1 WH watihed the llaleyiin
I useter be' Yes, tlamnme, bojs: III' Plinntom-lihc, Into the twilight.
bet 1 ami" A"''f moment she withdrew a
When we landed In the twilight b-i. '""" rr,,m mln'' '!. lajlng It softlv
where the Chinese had piled our be-j"1""1 nl ""- si,l': "Hoderlck. 1 kni.-v
longlngH uimn the lava. I turned m ,l"'1" ' danger: or. wliy is the Hnicv
Anan nnd said: "Now. old tellow. vou !"" '"'" "n'1 "' 'I" i' tnke the Muu
go up first nnd tell them gnod-by; Vm 'M'r v,lih ""7 Wll- Hoderlck? tell me
the strongest and will gt th thl tga ,",,. de-nr!"
alioard. standing guard until .vuuj " was the first tl she had called
come" Then I uildi d. its I miw the ''-v !l11 ''udeurlng term- tn this enj
thinness of m subterfuge: "I iliei I
llke to leave this Mauser alone: It's nil
we have to depend upon. In t.ise of
trouble. There's light enough hen- to
work bv with one of the luntt rns so
you can take the ton h."
He lonked at me with an eci'iivin-nl
smile and said "It's nil light (to I
dy' I won't be long and will have
you plenty of time. Do juii think II II
take vou lunger to sa good hj than
lo load the boat"' he tried as be ran
toward tin tunnel. I
I threw a quip alter bliu en- k,. (s
appealed It was the llit time I ).,,, i
aken advantage of his i-iiioned .ill
seme Iml I lelt I must say u 1 bv tu
Malb without even the i-je of fil nil
ship piesent' and I tiuleted mi uuriilj
coiisclenci with the reiiie iiiliriilie e uf
Viiiiii s good natilie. I went leisui-1
Hi work and soon had the- bout li:nl !.
i then lighted a cigar. Within t.-n
minutes I heanl his liollnw ftiotialls 1.1
'lie upper tunnel, he came rupldlv As
Ho emerged he cried:
Tithe the binoculars. Hud. and bur
O' there h u sail coming lliilawii wnj.
hat looks about right lor the Halej.
on, yiiuil better take the .Mauser: I'd
lather risk this double barrel. If
have 10 use anything It will hit inoie
'hliigs In it bunch, jou see'"
As I eiueiged irom the ledge ,i
lauce disclosed It was the Hali'von:
but she looked transparent anil ghost'-
llku in tho acute rays of the si ttlug
sun. The trade-wind had fallen with
the evening, and I knew It would be
nearly dark belore she got In ten
late to venture near our schooner. b
night She would doubtless he obliged
to lay to. some dlstunie out, as on tier
tinnier trip. I wnndeied whether Mnc
Lean would attempt to hoard us at
night, but I soon put tills aside, for I
knew lie' would not eio so foolish a
thing, unless overtaken by anger. I
Wept the jntht's deck with the lilnoi'-
Ulan but saw nothing of him: I n,
lleved be. was there', liowevei, for I
guessed be had orought the yicht
aioiiiiil from Liinul. where the balance
of the ennipuny's opium iiad heeu
landed The appearance of the yacht i
" great uneasiness; hut 1 en-ile-avuii'tl
to banish all sign from my
families and thej candidly confessed
that they were out of line ami did nu;
kuow where to "cntch on" In the r.icu
of Hie. I tool; cine ot some by giving
them biihoidlnate ulacus and Mime
gladly accepted consulships In ruini
parts or the eaitli, even In Asia mJ
livery joungnian should be' Inicr-c'stc-d
In politics ami take as at the a
pari in the political nfriilrs of li.s
ncighbiiihouil as the time ul his ells
piisiil irom his biibluess will permit
lie should belong to eome party Jul'
umlc-istund Its pilni-iples
Win ii lie- has bi'iomo tiitlTl.1 li-nlli in-
dependenl lo afford the luxury ol pub
ii. ii i.i . i , . .
in in,-, in inn iiiiHuifHs can no inu
wi I 'it him then, and tint till th.ii
'i' i enter jiolltlcs as a puisult wild
nnv i iii nee t ot happiness, any hope
in I'-ii' 'i nt slice-ess, or any fulire
but tail, i nd wretchedness. I
face as i nniiroarhei! the bou
wished It po-eclhle tu leave Mrs Tru.
jln Ignoiance of our ilangeruii" piei
1 Hon foi Wltalr-y had ttil.l me tl.--'
'night he left, that Mat Lean would tij
, tn ink us, If he found we were ab u.t
to esiape. I greatl.v f. ured. however
that Malb' would have the secret out
'ere I lelt her
I wns glad they had not noticed ilu
yailit's presetiie at the Iiuiih,- In far.
IJlrs True win eiitlrelj tnisuspli li.
as she talked to m with iimthol; ,
volie. alter filling 1111 i-ar with e-i-'
lent atlvbe. she finally snbl j
I "Now. Itoderbk. since we hnve n- I
I I onie iKiiiialnted nnv nlnei, we lime
' lwmiii friends, she urree led with a1
glume at Mnlle "you must not ib-., rt '
us. entirely; I liniiw irM lonelj her '
but jim must eenie and see us ngni:i-- I
"Iter you have lefortneil." she iitldf.il
polnti-illj ul.-ini Inn .igiiiu at hei
ilniiKhter Then, after a moment of si-'
telle e. she added "Nuw, Mnlle. deu -, '
-' goodby, and let Roderick t,
Malle hail been stnndliig. during 'he
,ioiiv crutl.)ii with downcast e)e.(,
patlliig the veranda with her dainty
boot, hei nviil fan- sliudeil with Hi
lierplexitj of.tlioiight: at the nunc! of
hei iniitheiH w 01 ils she raised h i
1 hend and said, in !, . pert, roium-iiid
ling wnj :
"No. mniniiin. dear: with jour per
iiNsliin. I will walk to the unive with
Itiiilerlek: I. also, have smile advice to
,glve: j mi, uiaiiimH. have told him how
to be goiid. I wish to Impress hliu
with the Importance of avoiding trou
ble, until he returns, so lie will hnin
a chain e to follow jour advice, mam
ma." I knew my dear girl had scented our
danger; jet. centuries agone. those
foolish (ireeks started the absurd flc
. T1"' mother looked from Malle to
I""'- ,"t'" "' her daughter ugaln. with
somewliat of mnprNe: but she beguu
smiling as she studied unr faces
mine, alight with iidnilratliui: Malle's
niHj. but determlued.
"O. J011 children:" pxi lalmed our
mother: "Itoderlck. tin not keep her
nut ton loug and. .Mnlle, take vour
leiimi,; tne sun Is almost down."
vve aii;ei hand In hand, lint nnr.t.e
"" "'"" '""" ' stiaiil beneath I he
(''"eoanilt trees, where my easel Iml
been. Here I
took both her dear
" K "ijstery how It happened, buc-
ere we knew, our lips met in the firs'
delicious kiss or lovers; It was u be
trothal without words.
"Alt! love, then jou, too, know'" I
died, taking her sweet face In bo'll
, "Yes, itoderlck." she said simple ;
"I was waiting for jou to com
I All who hive know slit h sweet mo
nients; thej come but tmt e In a life
time with Hist love; they can never
I be- lepeitted. when the- bloom of veiiitn
it tiHii, me as long us I dareiV linger
to iiinvlllle hei Unit I luted nnlv u'lh
plenum, ,n whete danger was pride
letiuitle ami perhaps linaglnarj : "W
will slip lij them In the night." I said:
".iiitl bj moiiiinu will be well jus:
Diamond Head '
I'ale grant jou miij, dear Itiiderb k"
i-rle-d my liruvi- wife, "unil maj the
same kind I'ale ictiirn jou safe tei me
I will keep a light burning on stfiim-r
nights, until jou coiiiu anil. Uoderlcl,
I will be light-hearted, and nu eiptl
nilsl forjotir sake, in spite of my t Inn I
s si wsetl the lava, homeward
the biavelj hiimmeil a song In lei
lith voice, whli h l i.ni.w was for "nv
sake"; siu- turned at the- viramlu ui.u
I ceillld see tile tllitter or her herelll.-f
III the deepening twilight, as she wnv
'''' ""' ''""'" l11""'
LADY DE GREY
lilll ' - "'II
II I h. .flErB III
II III m .m9rJfmk
villi 3R MHK II II!
ill I m .B& P'Ew 1)1 1
III Sf nMmKtF. vt 3-. II
llil 7 A. A tFtFt i rW TifaV Hill
HII rlr tf W T Stx I
lie llilti-li iii aim I- a Kii-ui fan, ill,, eit queen Alt xtindra and the h
illes ol hei mint She was a pinnilnent tlguie at the sot lal festivities at
tendant upon tl initiation as well .is at the ceremony Itself where her
gieat beauty eontrlbuted tuwiuds making the brilliant function th L-ront.
est bounty show on earth.
O O 0"Cm0o
Ttlls Hew We Were Pursued by the
Halcyon, and Sail a Dangerous
Vi. I -, tti. t i,
Tli -' v intlir.lat
Vii.l I'mt .itt , .
til I Ih t-at
'i .inie. n ,hnr
Hint win lhrrarr
j d not jwivs in fiithta
It wn II- ni Iv elarle when Anan and I
enteriel the tunnel and hastened to tho
laiiillng Itifon we had reached tho
entrance In the leslge I line nntied
that while It was eliisl. ashore, tho
oe can bejeuid was still aglow from tho
passing of tlie sun In the southwest
the Hale yon la.v within a gre-at bowl of
color wbein- !rleecencc reached to
the edge or the shadow, where our
si homier swung with the ebb tide As
we pnsse'd through the tunnel, Anan
said he hml leeallnl me because till
seheioner hail suddenly changed posi
tion, anchoring raither offshore, but
still In line with tho entrance He
did not understand what It menut:
1 hut said we- would llkelj b" Informed
IkIicii nbonrd n we nenred tho
nhootiiT I saw a boat lowered, bur
irjedly. fnim the jnelit Ijlng about i
n'llb' nwaj and pull dltectly for us.
I As I stepped mi deck I said to Cafe
tain Storke- who met us at the- gang
I way: 'Captain how long will It cuke
that boat to reach the- schooner?"
"Not less than twenty minutes," he
ri'idlnl. "vou mc the tide is pinning
out -jes. It'll b nil of twenty min
utes." I tlun asked him why he had moved
the sehoone-r. and lie- said- "'Tweon
jou nd nu-. Iialllnger. we've got C get.
out of here' ns scion's the moon goes
eleiwn. Now, I'm sort of depending on
jou to help me- eio the trick; 'nd I ) ist
thought I'd elrop down here' a bit to
cb-ar the- shore', so we can get tho
bre'e-re' fHlr 'nd steady when we-'re i-a-dy
tei skip What I want jou tn eio.
DalllngiT. Is to go ashore- when the
meieuiV gum- 'ml put our stay light on
the lava shelf above the e-ntmncc
then I'll dnnse the glim aboard savy.
Dnlllnger" -Yi' elainnnie. I'll bet jou
savy! Hhj. w.'ll do the trick eh:"
1 saw his plan In an Instant, and my
blood warmed, ns 1 saw the danger
and personal rlk Involved; but It wat
the only thing to lie- thought or, while,
the' Halcyon lav be-tween us and lib
erty. Whale) had alread) told -no
that one of her two rapid-fire guns wai
arranged to throw a dynamite shell,
which had been Invented a few
mouths before by an army officer sta
tioned at the Presidio, Han Francisco.
I'p to the' present I had not told this,
even tn Anan; but I knew the tlmo
had nnw arrived, anil I at once Inform
I Captain Storke-. He listened quietly
nnel replle-d. with n smllu:
"f.lail )' told me. Dalllngcr; but I'nt
not going ter give 'cm a chance- t' mo
'Ivnunillc on this craft leastwise not
before' we. git inter the open sea. I In
tend tn steal by that )achl In tho
dark I've- done It once'st before, Dal
llngiT. 'nd I bet Wlialey 'nd Macl.cau
knows whe-n: yes 111 bet they do!
Hut I don't t. II no tales, Ualllnger, no,
Ily this the Halcyon's boat was with
in bail I had placed the Mauser
against the rnll as I talked. The skip
per nri'V hailed the boat over the mK
tlui'iuiilliig what was wanted; but Mac-
Lean made no reply and t.ie boat catni!
mi. It was then the Captain turned
nnd said, wltli his blue eye llashlng
"Hey! Il.illugi'r: 1 guess that font
menus to beiaid us. better get hold y'
that gun of joins!"
In an Instant I was at the Cantntir
side mid lulled. "You'd better answer
our polite liiiiilry. Macl.ean!"
I Tn be' Continued.)
Hev. Dr. Max Weithclmer. wh.,
e rented a sensation n few years ago hy
ahaniloning Judaism to join the Chris-
ll.'ltl Scientists has nuirrln,! Ifnl... yi
li'well. tlaughier of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo!
A Jewell of Dayton. Ohio. Iir vre.
helmer Is IP! years of ace. uhll .,
bllile tu l,i in , ....... .
' "" " 1,1 tl CTl fi TIIDP wnm
the pastor of the local synagoguo when
" '" ii io renounce