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nT.NlNO mil.t.RTtN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATtmiJAY. KIM. 16, 1007.
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8 an hty s
111", oldet miiu
i t)K tr.ilu
sen lce didn't
pictcud In my
how loiic S.i ii
key h.nl work
(Ml for till' dim
p.111). I'm Francis
mi ii en o.il .iii.liielo,. lint old in in
Sank.'i wi- ii M-teraii when fat I ran-
eln began braking Sankey mil a pa'
neugcr li.iin when .llinuilv llnuly wa
miiiilng, and .lliniule nfterwnnt enllii
ed and wan killed In the ('inter light
There was mi odd tiailltlnii about
Siinkej'n name He wni a tall.
nwami, ,e,,ow a i urm uie ..,.,,,
in lie t lie or ine niacK Hum excuu-1
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tneni, wnen rmiroin men. sirui i; uy
the gold retcr. were ab.udon.ng ,.lr
forter he illel at .liileslmrg after
waul wan a gieat Jollier, nnd he wan
not atralil of miyludy on earth
One day a war parly of Slum el.it-
tered Into town. The) tore iirouud .
llko a stnrm and threatened to malp
eiiythlng, eu-ii to the Iih'iiI tlcketi.
Tho head br.nes UiihIiiiI 111 on Tom'
forter. sitting In tho dispatcher' of.
lice upstair. The ilispr-tcher was hid-
lugunilirn hmso plank hi the luggage
rooiu tloor. Tom. being bald us a nainl '
hill, consiiiercsl iiiuiself exempt from
ncalplng parties He wan working n
game of Milltalre when they bore down
on him and Interested them at once.'
That led to n pmlej, which ended In,
forter'n hiring the whole bind to
brake on freight trains. Old man Sou-
kcj Is miiiI to nine i-ecu one or iiuii,
original war part)
Now, this Is merel) n eabonse stor),'
told on whiter nights when trainmen
get stalled In the snow drifting 'down j
friuii tho Slo'ux couutr). Hut what fob !
lows Is better attested. I
Sankey, to start with, had u peculiar
name nu uiipmiinmueiiMe, uiispclt-l
nble, imuiaungenblo name. I lie. or 1
neurit It, so I can't glu'.lt. It win m
hard to catch ns mi Indian cur, and
I' "' I
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Ing across the divide for Clark i ( ros.i u tlnic-tlmi. was n hobby with y it of Me .11 Itio fole there' was I , , . " 1,r"' 1,""',",r; Tl"'
ug. Men In tun the trains were hard i s. ',.,,,. i.,.,.,. H.i.t i10 ,vn. KO ,.r,.fut ' .' l ,, MP11U"10 l0, XMn "'', ' nhootn Into the nil- I fly feel, in
to get. and Tom for.er. tntl........kr.l ttTL t i e , h ! wn rdutvTe e I ,KT . '''f r 'ry. "'""" V ""''' wHI carrln. n cloud of tteecy
was putting In eu-ry nrui ho could , , ;v. , ,,,( tu ,,,,.,. tllI,c ''"-'"'' "' '"-. '' nh.n oier tho mm and out of :
plik up wllhrt.it refeieneo to w or '"'' ,', " J! "'l i, brist lie w-lnd. .,T,rl,',l "m'k f,,,,t '" "'L' n'""ne The ,-nl were hurled In while.
tint nniuo made more tumble'on the ' populir conductor n gold plated Ian
pnj lolls than all the other iiiimes put' tern, with a gieeii ciutahi In tho globe,
together. Nolsxly at headquarters I'nl Stewart nnd Hen Uoton.-whoivere
could handle It. It was never turned nit) swell cimdm tors mid greit rlutK
In twleo alike, and they weie always' were tho favoiltes mid had the town
writing Tom forter nhout the thing. I divided oer their cliamrs for win
Tom exiilalneil scleral times that It . nine It.
wns Sitting null's ambassador who1
wns drawing that money and that tie
usually signed tho pjjroll with u toma-1
liawk Hut nobody at Omaha eer J
know how to lake a Joke.
nio llrst time Tom went down ho
ns call.M In u-ry solemnly to .,
plain again nb..ut llio mime. nnd. bo-,
plain again about tho mime, and, bo-,
Ing lu a hu.ry nnd u-iy tired of tho
lioto bwlnwH. Ton. sph.ttei.il
"Ilaug It, don't bother mo any more
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nlsmt that name. If )n.i can't read It,
lunko It Sankey nud bo done with It.
They took Tom at his wont. They
hi. tun Ily did make It Sankey, nud that's
how our oldest coudiRtur uauio to bear
tho name of tho famous singer, nud
more I may say gmsl iiamo as It was
and I. tho SIou I icier disgraced It.
rrniMuiy ou-ry oiil inneior oil tuo
n)stcm knew Smike). Ho was not
only i.liu.)s rendy ty answer ipiostlous.
oui, wnai is mm ii more, mwn)s u-auy being thou eighteen, it was rumored
to miswer tho wiiuu question twlie. It tlai Sinclair was engaged to Miss Sau
ls that which mnki-s comlui.tors gray Key-was going to marry her And
headed and spoils tholr chances for marry her ho did, though that was not
lieau'ii-iinswerlng tho s.mo questions Ullt ftrtcr Uo wreck In tho llkukwood
oxer and out ugnln. Children were orge, tho tlmo of tho big snow,
i.pt to bo a bit ntm tint at llrst sight It goes yet by Juat that uamu ou the
of Sankey, Im was so iliuU, but ho West llntl, for nou-r was such Iu
had a u-ry quiet siullo that always ter nnd sucfi u snow known ou tho
made .them friends after tho seiunil plains and lu the mountains. One train
trip through tho sleepers, mid they on tho northern dhUlou was stalled
hometlmes urn about asking for him six weeks tjj.it winter, nud one 'whole
ftcr ho had left the train coicli wag chopped up for kfa-Jllug
Of l.ito ) ears mid It I" this that wood,
hurts these er) saino children, grown i Hut tho gmnt nnd dcspeiato eiror; of
ever no ninth' bigger and tiding again the company was to hold open the
to or lioui California or Japan or Aim- main Hue, tbo attery which conuicted
' Iralla, will vask when the) teach tho the two coasts It was a haul winter
West Did about tho Indian conductor, on trainmen. Week utter week, tho
Hut the conductors who now inu tho nuow kept falling mid blowing. Tha
oicrlmnl trains p.uiMi at tho question, trick was uut tu dear tho II no; It was
checking oier tlio date limits on tho to keep It clear, tilery day wo scut
margins of tho coupon tickets, and, out tiiilus with the fear we should not
huudlug the envelopes back, will look tee them ugaui torn week,
at tlio U.llilici. and say slowly, "Ho freight wo didn't pretend to mine.
Isn't running uny mole," J Local passenger business had to be
' If )ou huui eier gone oier our lino
to tho mouiitiilus or to tho coast joii
nml- ,.n,,.i,ii ,,r m, ci, ,n, i ui tiipt-
chahgo engines nud tut the illuei ill oi
out, tlio pretty little green purk to tho
cast of thoih-pot, with a row ufi-ntiilpa
trees along tho pliitfotui Hue It looks
!lko n glass of spring water.
tlons fur tho departure
Ami after tho uew engine hail been
backed, champing, down nud harnessed
to Its long htilug of icktihiilcd sleep
ers; after the air bono had been con
nected and the ulr utlves ONiiiulucd:
after tho engineer had swung out of
tils call, (Hied Ids mps and swung In
ligilln; lifter the fliciunii and ids helper'
if t. 1. .......... ..1 ,.. 1... e,..l ....... ...... Iht.ro 11,-ti, nn f-iiiulifW mi nut- mils
and a tegular West I'uddny. sunny mid Hut after too long a stialn men be ""'" "" '' '"" "-"'" ' """ with n dozen cars or coil hohlinl It
clcllghtlul. you woultl bo sum to see cnuio esh lifted, benumlied. Indlffereat, ma'Ie'lwitli pig lion. Stllo after nillo It had wormeil oasl to
standing under ll.e catalpas a shy. letkl.-ss eien The neru-s glio out. 1n",1U.,07'V1,el ' ,"?"S,"j' h "-'"d-Sank-yV i.i.n. bur. owed tin ough
dmk skinned girl ot fourteen or Ilfteen null v HI .....ei mh-ius to lull nu luilo- ddettacketl In llio yaids. wntt bed the ' tl0 ,.., clt of 1C ,llcUwoo ,.
yirVslenlly watching tho ureparn- ri.l. ..I... I the life of the ' Prcj-'W '""JL "" '" '';,, 1 MhM ,!irj-,,i;" tUl" Mt. ?'U,k,'v W!"
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liiul dl.ocd of their Mleo lur mid
Hhovel mid pHen the tender n lluiil
nprlnlJe nnd the eonductor hnd wnlk-1
cd lulrurcly forward, eoinpared time
with the euclneer and erliil. "All
nbo o-u-ardl" then n jour eo.ich tnov-'
ed Hlowlj nlie.iil j mi mlshl notice mi-1
der the receding entnlpn the little slrl I
wnlnsn parasol or a handkerchief nt I
! the mitiTiittiif Irnlii -ttiit !. nt ('nil
,iuctor satikev, fur nhe wan hN iI.iurIi-
Ut N,,(,tn SllllUpv Uer H)1ler - '
Spanish mid dkil when Neetn wan n '
wee hit. Xeetn and the limited were !
Saukey'n whole world.
When (leotgle Sinclair began pulling I
the limited, running wet oppoile l'o-1
ley. he struck up n great frleiidihlp ,
,, ,, ,,.,, ,. w.i,
wll.i,. n,,-i i, ,.i,,,vl imil ilio
torle ueotgle. It seemeil, nan ine
,,. f ,,i ilh . .ii. ....rimns
v " , , ; &&
he could get homo pretty near on i
.,.ll.,l. ,,111, ,..-or.lm.l,- ..!. Inle 1.
was happy, mid In respect of that, as
Sankey us-d to a), tlenrgle Sinclair
,wl,i conni nearer grnllfjlng Sankey'n
nitiltttlou than any runner we had.
;T(, tifl (lremen used to observe
thlt t, joun- engineer, always neat.
jooK,.,! Btlll neater the d-iyn that he
took out Sankej'n train. Ily mid by
there was au Intiodiictlou under tlio '
cntalpas After that It was noticed i
tlint Oorgte began wearing gloies on.
the englue l.ot kid gloves, but jelluw '
dogskin and Mark sill; shlits. He
bought them In Deiner. j
Tben-nn odd wny engineers haie of'
pnylng couipilmenls- when (leorgle
jmned into town on No. '", If It was"
Snnkej'n trnln. the big nkyvrriilier
would glc n shorti hoarse nereim. n
most peenllnr note. Just ns they drew
past Sankey' house, whlc,h stood on
the brow of the hill west nf the .Minis,
Thou Neetn would know that No, 2
nud her tatner and naturally Mr. Sin
clalr wen- lu asnln and alt safe and
When the railway trainmen held
their illusion fair nt Mct'Ioud. there ,
wns a Innteni to bo .oted to tho most
-tint during the last moments (ieo'rgle I
Sinclair Hepped up to tho booth and
cast u ntona of uites for old man
Sankey. I lotnn'n friends mid Steiiurt'H I
luughod at llrst. but Satike)'s otcs
!' I""B nti.ialnly. Tho fn
U'rti-s gruw filghlennl. I hey mhjJI
""-" """'" ".'"""" "-."":"""" "',
! IWilnii lint r ii nlllilli'l .lit t 'iiifrln
"" .,;',, ; , ,, ,
l" ' " "' 1,l ll ''"'' "'- .rsl
wluir' "' '' ir1u;1 t onglneer..-
Cameron. Mome. ole), Hat .Mullen ,
"n't Hunis-ehiiio buck ut them with ,
such a sMlug that In the Hunt loiuiil
up they fairly swamped liutoti. San
key took the lantern by a thousand
votes, but I understood It cost (leorgle
and his friends a not of nioner.
Sankey snld nil the time he didn't I
want tho lunlvrn; but, Just the same
he always carried that particular Inn
., ..i,., ..., fllli ..... silvi.sii.rS.iu
key, gri.uud luto tho glass Just bt low I
lllp Krvvn .mulle, irc((y hwu. Ntn '
abandoned. Coal, tu keep our cnglues
nml our towns supplied, wowcroobllg
cd to carrr. unci nf er that all tho
brains mill tho musilo and the inollie
1iw.it wero centered ou kivplng Nos. 1 '
nud -', our thrpugh passenger lining,'
Our tinlniiieu worked like Americans,
oadrcto.'i .(nod llio!
k- Ui.ike) Sjnkej-
hotnli-js lutu II
wns iiiiicul, t ii In ."a
utlri: nud. In
a conllkt I'h Hie t lei. e its. ferotlnun
All the ll'atli: bin I of hi i-u-stor-seeu-ed
t ot-u ii -al'i I'l I'.nt strugjlo
with the w'ntir king. I ea . n-e lihn
)er i". '-'Mi- ill,, si . ud, i. r ,ilougiii-.
thu tr.ic'. In n heiii pea J u'ki'l apd
1 nnd tin tlo(Ml ami tut ininwfi, imu if
.... ... Dill's. I
of Iho ov fast tu.t, "'.' " ' ' ' " nnu ng lor mm men wuiiiou out inio
Nnpoleuu boots, n sealskin cap drawn
shuckI) oier hli strnlnht black hnlr,
u (itching, ordering, slKiuillnff, w title
No. 1, v, ltd Its fruit lilttcn sleepers bo
hltul n rotary, sltilirKloit to buck
through the ton nnd in only fool mt
Ti hlcli In' hnnkful of nnow Men of
Not until Apill illil It begin to look rnn, ,.nrri ,, itm, ot ny (icorslc
ns If vo should win out. A iloeii stuclilr. hut her f.ither ni well. Sim
times tho lino was nil hut i linked on, kpj. c01lI(, .,.,, u i)nr , ,un M
ui. And then, when snow plow i wore a ,,,, ,, , oll ,-,,, lem, ,.1(.119i
dlmblctl nnd train ciows iloiporoti llcr(,( ,f miyi,rPi (ho ,K c',nnciw
iiii - ru viiiiiu ii Kiuiiii linn ...K-.Mi.iu-u u.u
wornt ullrmiil of the winter. Ai the
reports ioihii in on me inorimiK
,J1P r,,,, K""'"'K 0",, "." ,liey """A
tlilcUt - r. Nelshbor. dracsed out. played
"t. ""ciitalty mid phjcle.illy. threw up
hit haiuN. The (ith It niiowed nil d.ty,.
m1 Saturday Morning the section
"" reported tinny reet in me iiincu
It wan 0 oVIoik when we pit the
word nnd dajllglit before we wit the
rotiirv ML':llnt II. Tiler Inn kill nwnv
till noon, with dlmotirnKlng iinilt,
mi emnc In Willi their near hiimiIiciI
mid n diivlng rod fnutured It lookcil
an If wo were beaten.
Nu. 1 got flitn McClmid elehtecn
lionin lute. It wni Saiikej-'n mid Sin
clalr'n run west.
Then- wan a long council In the
romilp11)u,P. , ro,ry ,vnH klI(IckwI
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cuites. If tho Hue wasnt kept oiilmi I
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, T Z , 1 T' m. we
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oivi-nr i.l bukhukkui, .-., mil)
had n nuggestlon left ,'IJie trouble
wax. Neighbor nald, iliejj didn't amount
to anything or were Impossible.
"It's it dead bloi,k, lio)n," announced
Neighbor niilleiily after cerjliisly had
done. "We are Is-ateu unless we can
B1'1 l0' Ihroiigli today. 1iok there! j
"' ""' '"Jr l",k,'r " s """wlngngaln!" '
'l',ll' "lr "'"' '"" '" " minute with1
whirling clouds. Men turned to the,
winiiown nun iiui taming, i.very rel-,
mw felt tie K.une at least all but one.
Sankey. silting back of the nlm e, was
making tracings nu his overalls with a
Plcco of dialk.
"You might an well uiilii.nl jour pas.
ncngeri,Sa!ikej-."nalil Ne'ghlnir. "You'll
neer get em through this winter.
And It was then that Smikey propos
ed his douhh: he ider.
lie i!olsoil ii mum plow which com
bined In one monster lain about all
the good inatcrl'il we had left and nub
mltted tho'Hcllciuo to Neighbors Neigh
bor studied 'It and hacked nt it nil ha
could mid brought It tner to the olllce.
It wns like staking out) thing on the
last tnnt of the dice, but wo were In
the state of .nilml which precedes u
desperate U'liture. It was tiilkiiljier
for an lniir, nnd orders wen. Dually
gheii by 'the iniierliiteiiilent,lo rig up
the double lic.tiler nud get ngaltist tho
snow us iplltk nn It codtd be made
All thnt day and most of tho bight
Nelghlsir worked twenty men on Han.
7Vic ctxba ucre burlul In uhlte.
kc)'s de lee, Hy Sunday morning It
was lusuch hhnpo that wo began to
--ii sue cioui gci inroiigii sue n gei.
back .again, and that's what most of i
cm tloa't do," groleil Neighbor ns ho I
and Sankey showed the now rain to
They had token tlio Ml. (leorglo Sln-I
clnlr's engine, for one head mid Hums'
I'JT for tlio other, Helilntl tneso wero
Kennedy, with tho :ill. nud Cameron,
wltli the .111. The engine were set In
i piirs, iieaius. cain way mi'i nuei.ieii
"1 Mo pack mules, Ou-r llio pilots
""' Htnelis of the head engluos rose
the ticinoi-ilous jilows which .weio tu
tncklo llio longhest dtlfts oer record
o;. before or sliice. on llio est um
The tarn was designed tu work hath
" """ "" "'"Wl" nnilimg at llio
r",n '1'ho toniigathercd III a single
""'"' """' ii-'j "' "'i " "
the finsty notes of tho sk) scrapers noi
they went through their preliminary
mnueiiu-.s. dust as tho lliial wmd
was given by Sankey, In elnirge, tho
nm burst through the Heeey cloud'-,
anil a wild cheer follow ed tho lain out
of tlio wntcrn ytinl. It was Rood luck
to see llit sun ngnln.
Lilllo Neetn tii on the hill mint luiv
soon thrill n they pulled out, Surely
sho heard tho choppy Ice bitten screech
of the COO. That vai neicr forgotten.
i whether thp nervier win special or reg-
I lllm. llel,ln Hit. lii-nil mil of tllft
1,0 ercil. What he was not capable of
)n 1Il0 ,. OTW ,,e ,l(,u. kllc,v. )P.
t,,,P Jie wnn MroiiKer tlmn liny einer
WiiU that cer cmifroiited him,
nuekliiK nnow In prlnelp.illy brute
rR.Ci Tll?ro ,, mp nxK. j,i
wo,t l)f ,(, i,,, pi,,, mL, sBi,n,
i,ct,vecii n lleet of cnilnen, theie wan
ft ,oll(,y ()f ian, o0,,K mill ,!,
ute the four pondcioiK engines, two ol
llioni In. tho back million, fires white
mid throats burst lug. steamed wildly
Into tho cnuyou.
Six hunilreil feet from the llrst cut
Bluclnlr'n whlntlonlgiinliilngnhi. Ittirnn
nnd I'ntncrou mid Kenned)' aninered,
nml then, literally tundiig the moiistet
ram loose against the dnrzllng tuouii
tnln, tho crown nettled thcmseliei for
At nueli n moment there Is nothing to
ho douij. If miythltig goes wrong, eter
lilt)' In too close to consider. There
,""J n "'uiucii iirumming on ine
come n iiiulllcd drumming on the
. "agger "luj n Jerrltle
ii ii i in ci inn nt fin inn rntn iilii inn
Impact nud they the recoil, like the
great nteel frames of the engines
nprung like knitting needles under the
fauslng for liinlly n breath, the nig
iiallng again begin, then the backing;
up mid up nud up the line, and ngnin
tho mansUe iiinililnes were hurleil
,,creaniliiif Into ilu. i-ut
Vnn'n. .-..iii,. n,r. i!n..rni.,i .
c,,iin sankey when the rolling and
lurc-lilti had nloppnl. No ono else
cmitl tell h thing nlKiut It, for It nm
nnow nud nnow and snow, nlitno and
hehlud nnd ahead and beneath. Sin
clnlr-coiighod the Hakes out of his eics
nnd nose and mouth, like u bullied
collie. He lonkisl douhtfid of theililm
until tlio mint had blown clear mid the
quivering monsters were ngiln recited
fv ti dash. 'Iln'ii it wns plain that
Siinkej'n Instliut was light. The)
Again ifiej- went In, lifting it icr.i
nvi.l.Hi'.Jhe nur theyt.uks picking ll.e
IisiiLm nr i'lnVinl with w'nlls bird a
he. Again n-- tin drliyrs stink the)
raced In ii rnn,.i. and Into the shriek
of ll.e wind w -nt the unearthly scrape
of,ll;- iireiln-idoi safeties, ,
Slmly and sullenly the nwfilne
She's doing the work, tieorgler
irled Simt.c) 'Tor Hint kind of o
cut sh"'s-..s -.osl as a rotarv. Look
0UT)thlng oier now while I gi luck
lud see how tlio bo)s nro standing It
thtii we'll glu her Ono moro nt.d slu
It the l-iinlest libslr1 -
And I he) dd glu her ono more, mid
another Moil nt Santiago put up no
stouter I'gbt then they mndo that Sttn
dny fiiornltig hi the can) on of the
l!I.t kwouil. Once nud twice moro they
went In. mid the second time t'i.
bumping drimiined more deeply The
diliers l-elil, pushed, p-uited and gall,
cd agnliiht the whltn wall, lu-.tvisl unit
Mumbled ahead, mid, with a jell from
Slu. lair mid Sankey mid the fireman
the double header shot her who lntt
tho ileir over the lilnck wood giro.
A3 e.iglno after engine tlew p..st t'a
dlvldeil walls each cnb took iqi tin
cry. It was the wildest nhout tl.ni
over cioivncd lctory.
Through they went and iiairive,
iicrutti l Ik- bildge before tlioy. e-ml
cheuk their monster catapult. Tin
at n hrlf full they shot It bnck nt Ilu
mr. It noikcd ns well ono way u
"I he llilug Is done," declared Sau
I key. The.i Ihey got Into iotlllo'i in
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!,-- 1IEIV- 1111 11 UUill rtllUMl IU ,-H-.lU 11.
eastern cut mid to get tbo head fir i
dash t.triw tho brldgo luto the win
end of the canjoii, wlicro liy aiiothe
mntintulii of snow to spilt.
"Lin's the machines oier eln'i
boys," nald Sankuy to the engineer
"If nothing's sprung we'll take a fr
head nirnis tho gargo tho bridge wl'
entry nuytldng-nnd buck the we
cut. Then after we get No. I thiougi
this iifteriiuou Neighbor cm. get lib
baby cabs In hero nnd keep 'em cht
Im; all u'ght. Hut It's donn snoiiliig.'
ho milled, hiking Into llio leiden sky.
Ho had everything llguie.l out fo
the master inechanlc tlio shrewd
kliully old num. There's no miiu oi
earth llko n g-nd Indian nnd. for tlui
nuitter, nono llko n bad one. Sauke;
t;iniv by u tnllllary Instliut Just wha
had tn ho done ...id how to do It. If I.
h;n ud be was to linvu be-n asdst
ant sf.Hriutiiiileiit. That iuu tin
wont whlih leaked from headquarter
after ho got killed.
Ami. Willi a volley of Jakes betweei
i nio cabs nnd a liugi tig nut n jel in
I he,tweeii toits, down went Sankey'i
tlouble .-ader ngiln Into the Ill.ck
At ,i, ,1,L.L.1l,0,,t,bymi awful n-b
uiulerataudlug of orders, down etuu
the big fjtary fi-tui the West i:n;
n10 ,,;,, aM aK1Mt lilm, nt fort)
,ucs 1UI ,,,,.,. Jjach Ir.ilu, lu order to
make ll-e ginilo unit llio lilncMii'e, was
I,t-,U, tii. i-)linlers
1 hi muh th" swirling snow which
lulf hid the In.'dgo nnd nwept between
the i lulling plows Sinclair saw them
'tuning, lie jelled. Smikey saw them
I fraction of it second inter, nud, while
Sinclair ntrugglod with the throttle And
the nlr, Hnukey gn-,e the alarm through
the whistle to tho poor fellows hi the
blind pockets behind. Hut the track
wns nt the woist, Where there was
no snow then were whWkcrs. Oil It
nelf couldn't have been worse to stop
on. It wns the old nnd deadly peril of
lighting blockades front both cuds on
a single track.
Tho gient rmnn of steel nnd lire had
done Ihclr work, and, with their coin
moil enemy oiereoinc, they dashed nt
each other, frenzied, ncjoss tho lilnck
wo d gorge.
The llremmi nt the llrst cry shot out
the nlde. Sankey yelled nt Sinclair to
Jump, but (leorgle shook his head. He
never would Jump. Without hesltnt
lug mi Instant, Sankey caught him In
his iirnis, tnro him ftom the levem,
plilited :i mighty foot and hurled Slu
clalr like n block of coal through the
gangway out Into the gorge. The nth
er cabs were ahead)' emptied, but the
Instnnl'H delay In front lost Sankey'n
life, lief no he cjuld turn tho rotary
crashed Into the ."('!. They re.ued like
mountain lions nml pitched ho'tdlong
Into the girge. Sankey went under
Ho could haie sined h'mself. e1."'cr '"' '"""i.ngs, ....,......
rhoie to sae (le-irgle. 'I here wasn't I '"cuts, rights, privileges, easements,
lime to do hith lie bad to i house. i'l ' api'iirtcnalices lo tho iainu
Snnlcy hurled Sinclair through the
iiiifliru- out into the uoryc
nnd ho chose nstluUvclyf .(Did he,
mn) be, think lu that flash of Neetn
ami of whoDt hho lieetled most, of, a
young nnd a sfalwaif protector butter,
than nu old mid a falling uueV 1 do
not know, t know only-what ho. did.
llu'ry ono who J)iiuieil got 'clear.
Sinclair lit" lu twenty feet of snow,
and they pulled him out will, u rope.
Ho wnsu't; scrntcl.eil. IJVeii'the bridge
vvns not bnillj- n.tnTlueil. ,N'o, 1 puMetl
over It next day. ' 'SnnljC) wns right
there wns no moro nnow, not enough
to hide llio dead engines on, the rocks.
The line was open.
There never was a funeral in Jie
Cloud like Kankey's. Ccorgo Sinclair
mid Neetn followed together, nml of
Mourners then were as ninny as theio
wero people, llery engine on the di
vision carried black for thirty days.
His coutriuinco for lighting nuow has
nei er )ct been beaten on the high Hue.
It Is perilous to go against n drift be
hind It. Something has to glu.
Hut It gets there, as Sankey gol
there, always, and In time of blockade
and desperation on the Vct Hud the)
still send out Sauke) 's double header,
though, Smikey sj llio cnuiluctoiii lull
the children. Irnu-llug e.st or Iriicllns
woslnKuiikey Isn't running mi) more.
tlnrsy Mnn V.-rsiin l,iis linn.
Those who tell )nii Ihey "always me
rushed lo death" usually ueuuipllsli tlio
least, unci lirgely because they are Im
nglmitlie. The really busy mini, who
turns off an luiuiciisu amount of work
with (lie quiet mid precision of n per
fect iiukIiIiic. mutt luivo tlio Imaglna
lion to lojk ..head u day or a t i-mtli in
n jear. At tho leant, hie thought Is nl
w.is a few seconds ahead of hU nc
Hon; hi i head s;i0J Ills heels; ho Is
not coiil. nually tripping over hlu own
feet. Hut the lo:izy man can nuier
iiuilei-.taud the busy man. Haling nu
tl'.iiigliiatiou himself, he sau-i hl.c own
faro by ta)lng that the in hi who never
fttssi-j ou-r his work has little lo di,
Let ui hear nn inaro about luitglim
Hon being luiprnt'tlcnble, It Is olio of
the iii-i.st piitclli-nl things lu fie world
A duo pr'ntirtloii of It used with Judg
meat "will ftom many a blunder ftee
us nml fonllth notion," 1 he only con
dllloii under which It may iieeni su
porlluous Is that of one who lias some
monotonous task lu perform automatic
nlly day after tiny. Doubtless It one Is
to tie In mi iiiitomutlt Job forcer tho
less Imagination tho better, "but It ho
Is ever lo get out of It the quicker, bo
cultivates soiuo Imagination tho sooner
w 111 ho get out. Chicago Tribune.
Ills l.nfli nf .lloilral.
"That man bus absolutely no senso
"I know It. When he was In collego
ho'nllowed himself to bo photographed
In his sprinting suit " l.lpplncottH
Yeast Who Is your wife's fnvorlle
Crlmsuiibeck 1 am, She snjs 1 make
up some of thu most wonderful storlei
I lie ever heard Yonkers Statesman.
"The mnn," said llplcurus solemnly,
"who iilllled tho nutmeg hud a grata
ndiid." Hnltluioie Ameilemi.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE
MORTGAGE AND OF SALE.
Ill nccordnnco with a power of nnlo
contained In thnt certain mortgage,
niado by JOHN V. KA1IA1IAWA1
(Whlocr) otherwise known nn ,T 1'.
K. KAl.AOt.AI.OA, to OKOIUJR 8
Ki:NWAY. diited November 30th, A.
I). 1904, and recorded In tho HoglKtry
Ofllcc, Onhit, In I.lher 200, on pages
308 ct. seq., Ntitlco W hereby given
that until Mortgngco Itilcndn to fore
close snlil mortgago for condition
broken, ',towlt: tho non-pnyment of
prlncliml nnd Intorcnt when duo, nnd
upon snld foreclosuro will ncll nt 1'iiu
He Auction nt tho nalo rooms of
JrtMCa RMOItOAN, Auctioneer. Kn
nhumnnii Street, In Honolulu, im Tuon
dny, tho 2tilh dny of February, Anno
Domini, .1907, nt 12 o'clock noon of
nald day, tho premises described In
tnlil mortgago us below specified, to-i
lielongltiR'or tippcriniiiing or iiciu niiu
OlCOltdl-: H. KUNWAY,
fiinMisi:s i)i:scnttiKn in moht
'All Hint certain piece nr parcel nf
land sltunlo on the Hwn or North-west
r.ldo of Niiunnu Itoad, at Nlolopa, Nun
nnu Valley, llnunliilu, Onhit, being n
portion nf Apana 1 of Land Ceitnmls-
slon Awnrd Nn. 0325. Ilojul falcnt
No. 7(!2t In M. Kckauonohl for I.. Ha
alclca, and boundctl and described ui
Couimouclng nt the South corner nf
this IaiI cm the North lino ut Niiuamt
Hnad udJolnliiK taind Commission
Awnrd fill) In T. C. It. Itooko In Nln
lop.i and running:
1. N. 3fi SV V. trim 303 C feet
along Land Commission Award RIO
u' nig stone wall.
2. N. 32 5' V. tine 32 foot along
samo along stnno wall.
3. N. B2 f.V B. true 31S feel ulong
lots 12 nnd 11 cd tho Coney nutate. Dl-
i. S. 29 00" U. truo 2i!l foci along
rnnd tn Nuiianu Itoad, thence:
S. S. .17 SO" W. truo, 29J.4 feet
tilting Nuiianu Road tn Initial pqlnL
Area 2. 3G-1000 Acres said plcco
nf land comprising Apnnn 2 of tho
Mnncto pieces In saW Apnua 1 ol
Land Cotnmlsslon Award No. 632.',
Hoyal f.itont No. 7021,- containing an
area of 1 l-l ncres nnd to which tho
said Mmtgagor clnlins tltlo by lu
horltnnce and also thai plcco of laud
containing an urea of 7S6-1000 of nu
ncro that was convcjvd to his son J.
V. Kalaolnloa by A. A. tlaalclca, trun
loo under tho fl of J'. 11. Coney, ct.
at. hy deed of exchango tinted Septem
ber It, 1S99 and recorded In offlco
of tho Registrar of Conveyances In
said Honolulu In Llbor 200, folio 397,
nnd to which ho claims tltlo by In
heritance fiom his said son J. f. Kala
olnloa and Ids wife tlawao, tho mother
of said J. P. Kulnolalna.
. Tcriuu; Cash, United States CioM
Coluj doods at expenBO of purchaser.
Kor further particulars, upply to P.
II. Hurnolto, attornoy for mortgagco
at 79 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated, Jnnuary 281h, 1907.
3599 Jan. 2fi, Fob. 2, 9, 10.
IN TIIU CHICUIT COURT Of Till:
Klrst Circuit, Territory of IIiwntl. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Matter
ot tho main of JANE WILSON, do
ccased.Ordrr 'of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Allowanco of Final Ac
counts, Distribution nnd Discharge. On
reading and filing tho iiotltlon and ac
counts of JANB LlSHMAp MORE, ex
ecutrix of tho last will and testament
or Jano Wilson, deceased, whorcln bIio
OBka tti''ho'allowed $6080.45 and slu
charges horsolf with $0802.02. and nski
thai tho samo may ho examined nnu
approved, and that a final order may
ho niado nf distribution of tho prop
erty rorrinlnlng In her hnnilB to tho per
sons thereto entitled, and discharging
her and hpr Biirotlcs from all further
responsibility as such oxecutllx, It Is
ordered thnt MONDAY, tho 11th day
or March, A..D.iI907, at 9 o'clock a.
in., before tho Jutlgo of said court at
tho court room of tho said court ut Ho
noliilti, Island of Oalm, bo and tho
camo hoioby Is appointed as tho tlmo
and placo Tor bearing Bald petition tin I
nccounts, and that all porsoim Inter
estetl may then and there appear and
show cause, ir uny thoyhavo, why tin
samt should not ho granted, and may
present evidence ns to who are entl
tied to tho said property. And that
notice of this order. In tho English
language, bo published In Uio Evonlng
Hullctln newspaper printed nnd pub
lished lu Honolulu onco n week,, for
thieo. successive weeks', tho Insvpuh
Mention to ho not, lessithan two weeks
previous to tho tlmu thoielu appointed
tor said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 2nd day vj
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Socond Juilgo Circuit Court Klrst
(Signed) J A. THOMPSON,
Clerk Klrst Circuit Coutt
Cecil Blown, attorney for executrix.
3G06 Koh. 2, 9 10, 23.
Hlank hooks of '.II sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Iliilletln Pub
tlshing Company, '
NOTICE OF FORECL08URC OF
In acctirdanco with the provision-! of
(hat certain luortg.tKo tnado hy .1. It
.daMnn, Moitgngor, of Honunpo, Conn
t) of Hawaii, Territory ot Hawaii, hi
favor nf Hutchinson Sugar l'lantnlloti
Co., n corporation existing under nud
hy lrlue of thu laws nt tho Statu nt
California, Mmlgngee, doing business
lit nald Torrltor) of Hawaii, said moil
gago being dated 12th day of Decern
her, A. D, 190.), mid recorded In llio
Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances In
Lib. 275, Koln. 379 In 382, notice If,
hereby given that said mortgagee In
tends lo foreclose tho snmo for condi
tions broken, lo wit:
The non-pajnieiitof principal and In.
Notice Is llkuwlso gUcn thnt nHcr
Hie expiration of three consociillo
Liucjts from dato of publication nf thbi
nonce mo nam luongngcn inientis in
and will foreclose Hie samu nnd will
ndtcrtlso nnd offer for snlo llio prop
erty covered and conveyed tlicroln and
a 111 sell thcjiimu nt public' miction nl
tho miction rooms of .lumen K. Morgan
In Honolulu, Terrllory of Hawaii, ou
Monday, Kchritiry IS, 1907, ut 12
Tho following Is n description of said
t All the light, title mid lulerest of
the raid .1, It. Miiklnn lu nnd lo Hint
certain Indenture of lonsu executed hy
D. Walnu mid Mis. Knlioopal Wnlaii on
tin-1st day of January, A. D. HKM, mid
the premises thereby demised, partic
ularly described ns follows:
All mat cerium piecu or parcel ni
land slluale at llnnuapo nforcit.ilil, lie
Ing n jKirllon of Itojnl Patent i!."k"K. I..
C. A. 11132.1 tn Nnpae, the samo boitlet
ing Uhiii Hie (louTiinicnl road and
containing nn area nf 87100 ncrcu
mom nr less, snld Indenture nf least!
being recorded In the Ilnwnllan Regis
try nf Coilc)mi'cs In Lib. Lu7, Kols.
2 Ono two story lioure built on tho
land at lloinnpo nienlloiietr In tint
inrcgolng indent uio nf lease, said
homo being Intended for ii lodgl.i!"
htniso known ns Ocenu Vluw House,
liicliitllng nil the furniture mid house
hold utensils therein contained.
3 Library with SOU English mid
Japanese Milumcs In tho nhoui men
I 1 hot of Wernor'ii Eucjclopedlii
Ilrltnniilca, aim In snld house.
, 5 1 Remington Typow i Her and oak
tit.sk In snld linuno.
0 1 kitchen mid n store rmnn cm tho
hack of tho above house. ' "
7 1 building, tm Uio Icfshlo of thu
about house. . .
8 1 redwootl tnnk.l'Uilnclty nf 13,00(1
gallons nnd 1 tin. I mm giillonu all with
In the house lot herewith.
9 1 rrny horse branded J.
10 1 fnur wheeled wagnii.
1 1 1 buggy nnd harness.
15 shares of Capital Mock In . Ilu.
Kona-Knil Telephone and Telegraph
Company, cyrtlflcalo No. S3, Jparuiluu
$25.00 n sharo).'
8 shares of Capital stock In thii Knu
Wine Company. Ltd., certllicato No. IS,
liar yaluo $25.0(1 a share.
Further particulars tuny ho hud nf
Henry E. Ccmpor, Attorney for Hutch
inson Sugar Plantation Company, ut
his oRko In tho Judd Huilillug, Hono
lulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated Honolulu, T. II., January 22,
A. D. 1907.
HUTCHINSON 8UOAR PLANTA
Hy V M. (IIFKAllD, ,
Attorney In Fact.
Jan 2ti; Feb. 2, !l, 10.
DALE OF LEA8E OF GOVERNMENJ
LOT NO. 20, ESPLANADE, HO
On Saturday, Febiuary. Mho 2Jnl,
1907, at 12 o'clock noon at tho front
entrance of the Capitol (Executive
Iliilldlng), will ho sold at Public Auc
tion tho leat-o of Lot No. 20, Es'planado,
Honolulu, Inland mid County of Oahu,
Term, 5 jcars from tho 28th day of
Upset rentnl, $l&0,M per annum, pay
nblo sciul-nnuually In iidvnncc.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Siipeilntcndcnt of Public Works.
Ofllco of Siipoilutendent of Public
Woiku, Honolulu, January 22, 1907.
5597 Jan. 23; Feb. 2, 9, 10, 28.
lUch Citlf i.
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