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I'.VKNINO niJM.UTIN, HONOLULU, T tl . MTtJIIUAY, KU1I-
Pure bleod makes the skin
clour, smooth, healthy.
Iwnr bi.x4 W"irV tlw skw with
tforita, -rm, boll, mmm, Ht"".
Mr IJ. w .rtifr KrMlrtonti. V . tU
f tho bad nHt.ii ht in, alnl 1
twTt V t "I
tf mil l l ' '
Itvell tit-; if
JtttiUUit! it f Xt'li
i-jv wtilt h tit4
t h I'livnlt mm r
i tn ami ine fur iUi
Cttmrlaint. Tho truitln rrt slimlv up
my limta. ami on us- i A uUl n enM
oprtl Hie wlmic tr ime I' k' "' liiBnll
trouble Willi iuuhii.I lt lone. isiiiiroIToI
dry main, iil.l n wate t ll.jiu.1 KliltU ooulil
exmls from un.lnr tlw h. I Uritisl It
lor oTr Hire rnriinin'",full?.nml w
unable tn rh.. k 11 mm I Ix-rjii ii.mg A)er'i
tCmupartlli I -a Hoi-" l,n'i of tlila
mFiltcln. .in'l " oomiiletcli i-urnl my
tin beroiuinc bi tmiKitli udiI dear i
Thore are many Imitation
Be suro you got "AYER'S."
PririrtOtOr i " AjoiC. ,Un!!,Mi..U.5.A.
WOULDN'T YOU? i
Want your clothes mads
to your measure by a tal
ler, if you could Qet them
for the same price as you
pay for ready-to-wears (or
Wo make garments that
have Individual distinction
and give the wearer a
grace and style not ac
quired In rcady-to-weari.
In other words, they Tit
and (jive satisfaction for
the tarns price.
Geo. A. Martin,
For Over 60 Years
. m SooUting Syrnp m
YKAUH tor MILLIONS of Metritis
1NO, with, perfect euccru. IT
bOOTIIKS tdo CHILD, 601'TUKa
the HUMS. ALLAYS all pain,
CURES WIND COLIC, unit li tho
tjg by DrugKUts la every part of tbo
g2 world, llo suro and aslc for Mrs,
3 vuasiow spoounngnyrupand lakg
jnnoiln.r kla J. 25 CcaU a Bottle.
An Old andWelMrHd Ramndv
C. W; Maofarlsne,
Opened a Garage
at the Washington Light headquar
ters on Merchant street.
He is prepared to do all kinds of
AUTOMOBILE BEPAIU WORK and
care fqr machines by the mouth.
LEADING HAT tLEAHERS
Good workmanshiu guaranteed or
money refunded. Felt, straw and
Panama hats cleaned satisfactory.
Felix Turro, our cleaner, did the ex
cellent work for the Expert Hat
Cleaners up to Feb. 3, 190".
Hats called for and delivered,
1154 Fort St. opp. Convent.
Phone Main 403.
Felix Turro, Prop. Alf. Oumbs, Mgr.
High Marked Tapa Cloths.
Idols, Stone Adzes and Clubs,
tiful Dancing Dresses.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CUHI0 CO.
(Moana, Young and Havn. Hotels.)
I mi 1Mb a fur iiiiiifttu-al '
if r ar .1,4 i,f Mlifruliiiiil
nt u una iiieiiibrmuir. I
I'iinilt-kH mul not initio
Cf tit IT foltUiTiblia
feulil It ItriiuwUU.
Clh iiti ff li I tti lt.unt.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :; :: Honolulu.
f- -Pr ' Mnii
k V. 8. A. jfK"
lly THANK II. SrEAKMAN
( opynthi 90Ci. hy I ufik 1 1 Stomal.
i i 'Kiinii
Inn that walks
I ilk." OX
M I dil 1 1' I on
Inii'k wan 'It
t iMirln ttiu trnln
nltli a uruiiiiof
ujiumi-i i Hi' uii mil' nf tin' liliii'k
IlKtiil HirikiTD mill rims tin i-udm now
ilnuii mi tin- S:ititn IV Hut nt lone
lutiTwiN DiM'U lii'H liiii-l; tn rcvlwll tin
KOrtiiii f lils early trlitiniilin. Tlie iiiimi
mIim Hiirnmniliil Is! its wi-rc unco nt
di'iiilly inMs ullli I link mill Ills dimm,
tllnllllll HUH tho lllll'll'llt llllllllP' M'IMII
r.n ir-HtiMi. anil Inii'U, tln until rprnt'lotM
Iiuk. ilN ixmilumilly ninimi; llio ncu-mi-it
mill c.nli.i uliuiit t'lirly ilu)4 mi
tho Writ i;ml.
"t)u ymi roliii'inbor Slcloiio, lU-iil?"
nil.iil Utii'k, rnlllnu tu mo In tho pn-
"Ilonii'mbor liltn!" I tvlnnil. "I. il
ui1)ih1.v who over know Slolono fnrirot
"I lliiil iiassonciT for Sk-l-nio iwlmi-
ty iomm iiko." remiim-il Diuk. "llo
wnlkoil Jlixt Iiko tlmt follow, only In
wiim iiulokcr. 1 toi-koii ymi fcllinvu
iluii't kuow vli.it n en. ii you liao lioro
luiM." ho ooiitlliuiil. nililroiilni; tln
moil iniiiiiiil him. "Truck fotu-iil, nine
ty imiiiiil mll. Ktool lirlili;o4, Htimo rill-
! vo'N. slair liall.mt. ki Horaliow- mi
wniiilor )uii i;ol iliaiii'i'M lo lialil niicIi
ihiIis ni l.llluokalaul nml Sdiloy ami
Uouoy ami nit nlnoty iiiIIoh an hour
"Whoii I min llrliits for Slolono tho
ruaillioil wai Jut olT llio Hcniiiorn, tho
j diiiniK i'io ofl. llt lirlilKo-t, papor
ciiiori-. nriy-nix ihiuiiii ram, not n
fouro uot of ltulTalo pip ami th.i
plalm lilnok with 'lV.vw utoori. Wo
not or olooil our rjllmlor tiK'ki. 'I ho
liNi of llio Ntomu frliilitouiHl llio caltlo
worv than tho whl-tlo, ninl v iiomt
know whoii wo worn colujr to lliul it
liiiiioli of crltliTH on thn Irnrk.
Tin llrt Iiitoi' I caino out wat
Kit-nt for tuiow, ami t wax n lomlorfnot,
Tim cuts mailo kouI wliiilhroaki, ami
wlu:iioor thoto win a norther Ihey
woro (hiii'k full of onltlo. Ilvory tlnio
a train plowoil ttiroiicli thu miow It
mailo a path on tho truck. Whonoxoi'
tltc uleor wauloil to inoxu thoj wouhl
tnko tho mlilillo of ttio track hIukIo llio
mul Ktrlni; out inllo after mile. Talk
about f.lnt hvhiilulo.H ami ninety mlle-i
nil hour. Vnu h'lil to p iko tiloiii: with
. ...- 1..- Inf.... I I. ...I .. l.kii..
;..,,i .-.at ..rt M,i.v H...O, ,. inn. i
One day Slcloiio mid I were coins
Wist on .Ml, mid wo were late. 1'or that
matter, we wvie ahva.ts late. Sluipion,
eoiuh.s asalii'.t us on mi, had caiisht it
btliiih of rattle In the rock mt Just
west of the Supple a id killed it couple.
When we p.t tlie.'o, then, must have
boon n tlioiisnnd head nf steers liiolls
Ins around the de id ones. Siclone bo
tisod to ! a cowboy, y-iu know Sl
cloiio said they wele holding it wake.
At any rate, .they were still couilns
from I'tcry direction ami as far as you
"'Hold on, Siclone, and I'll chaso
them out,' 1 said.
"That's tho stuff. Duel:,' says lie.
'(let after them and hco what you can
"Jlc htiiiid out (htic till, n tioril nml
.ipt the uicilc m i njr me."
do,' Ho looked kind of iiueor, hut 1
inner thought iiuylluiiK. 1 picked up it
Jack bar mid btarlisl up the Hack.
"Tho tl ist fellow I tackled looked
lazy, but ho started full quick when I
lilt him. Then ho turned mound to In
spect mo, and I noticed his horns weio
of tlm dm id gauge variety. While I
whacked another the llr.it one put his
head down and began to snort nml
paw the ties. Then Ihey all began Io
bellow at once. It looked smoky, I
droppid llio Jack bar end started for
tho engine, and about llfty of them
Klarled for me
"1 never had an Idea steers could run
so You could hate plajed ihoeli.TS on
my heels all the way back. If Siclone
hadn't coiuo out and Jollied them, I'd
inner got back in tho world. I Just
Jumped the pilot and went clear ocr
i n pi Mini the holler lii-nil. Hlrlnlio clnlm
1 Pil I tried to illinli the suiokostnrk, lull
I I io n exolletl. AnjHiiy, ho slmil out
thoro Willi n horl nml kept the whole
i liitnrli off me. I thoiielit they wuiilil
kill him Hut I tieter trleil to rims
rniiRi' ntfcTt on foot iipaln,
"In tho spring wo tint llio ralus-tiol
like Jim Kot now, Lnit tlouilliurKls. 'llio
eclloii men were cool folluus, only
noinrtliuoH we woiilil i,'et Into n Florin
mill's fioin n rivctlon kiiiii; nml strlko
lilnru wliero we coillilu't see n tlilni;
'Then rHolmio n unlit stop the train,
tnko it liar nml Kot ilown nheail nml
Kounil the ro.ullK'il. Many nml many a
without he Htruvk that way whlilt
woiilil hate uroekiil our train nml
-noinni vip our ball of yarn In n Minute. ,
Often nml often HUlono woiilil stu Into1 ".Mnybo It (loon, but l'o nitretsl tn
lil illusion without n dry thrcml on kill the limn that lake her nut In fore
Mm. thlM trouble Is sotlloil," snlil Hleloue
"Those woru different dny," niiisetl nmlnbly.
the irrlMted Htrlker. "Ilie uM liy are i l'ltrpatrlik met lilm sleaillly. "If
scattered now nil tner llili broad land, juu'll let me know when It tnkeit place.
The strike did It, nml you follows havo ( nt try nml bo there."
the snap. Hut what I wonder often i " don't Jump mi nuy innn without
nud often Is whether Slolono It really rur wnrnlni;. Any of the lioyii will
nllve or not." ' tel! yen that." continued Klclone.
Slclonu Clark was olio of the two ..jtnj, j.gu ,j,n't know my word was
cowboys who holinil Harvey Itoynoldx i 0tv"
nud lid llankH sate oil at Orllllii the .mlr,.k .,t,Hi. -iim not look
ulKht the coal train ran down from . f imitlil.. with nnv man." lie re-
uuanaia. inoy i-iu iwm umvi. .-
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the servlee. Slolono after uwlille wont
When llucks nsked Ids name, Slcloiio
imsworoil. "S. Clark."
"What's your full unuieV" nsked
"Hut what does 8 stand fori" per
".Stands for U clone, I reckon, liou't
It 7" retorted the cowboy, with sonio
It was not usual In tlme nays on me
plains to press it mini too closely about
his inline. There iiilh'lit U' reasons
why It would not bo estoeinoil cour
teous. "1 reckon It do," replied lllleks, drop
plnit Into Sloloiie's craminiir. And
without it quiver ho registered thu
hew man ns Slclone Clark, and his
cheeks nlwnys read that way. The
name seemed to lit. llo adopted It
without any objection, mid lifter u cry
body came to know him It iltted so
well tlmt Hueks wns believed to have
second slcht w hen lie named the hare
brained tlreuiait. lie could net up a
Htorm quicker than any man on thu
division and. If be felt so disposed,
stop one quicker.
In spite of his eccentricities, which
were many, nml his hcndstronic way of
dolus some IhliiKs, Slcloiio Clark was
it Kood eiiKlneer nml deserved u better
rate than tho one that befell hliu,
tlioiicli-who enn tell?-lt may have
been Just tu his llklnc.
The strike was the worst thltiit that
eer lin)iHmsl to Klclone. lie was one
of those tile hearted, ilolent fellows
who .went Into It loaded wltlfcntlinsl.
nsm. He had iiothlnB to Rain by It
at least, notldnc to hih'.iIc of. Hut the
Idea that somebody on the Hast I'.nd
'Mlc.l ",r '"''I' '"' 'en m.e Mua
I In, nml they thought It n clurli that
the company would havo to take them
The consequence wns that, when we
staggered iiloug without them, iiieu like
Siclone. easily aroused, naturally of
violent passions nud Willi no self re
straint, slopped nt nothing to cripple
the service. And they looked on the
men who took their places us entitled
neither to liberty nor life.
When our new men began coining
from thu Heading to loplnco tho strik
ers, every one wondered who would
get Siclone Clark's engine, tbo Hill. Sl
olono had gently sworn to kill the Urst
innn who took out tho Ulll, bar no
body. Whatever others thought of Slcloiio'
viqsirlngs, they counted fur a good
deal on the West Uud. Nobody wanted
trouble with him.
liven Neighbor, who feared no iiiaii,
sott of let the .Till llo In her stall us
long as possible ufter tlm trouble be
gan. Nothing wns said about It. Threats
cannot bu taken cognizance of olllcial
ly. Wo wero bombarded with threats
ull the time; they had long sluco ceased
to move us. Yet Hlclone's engine stay
ed In the roundhouse.
Then, after Foley and McTerza mul
Klnchtlr, camo l'Ttzpatrlck from tho
east. McTcrzn was put on the liuills,
mid coming down unu day ou tho
Whllo l'ller ho blew it cylinder head
out of thn 4.10.
rit7patrlelc was waiting to tnko her
out when she camo stumping In on
one pair of drivers, for wo weio using
engines worse than horsellesh then.
Hut of course the 4111 was put out.
The only gig left In thu house was
I Imagine. Neighbor felt the linger of
fntu In It. Tho mall had to go. The
time, had come for tho IIKI. Ho order
ed her lired.
"Thu man that ran this engine swore
he would kill the man that took her
out," said Neighbor, sort of Incidental
ly, ns Fit stood by Availing for her to
"1 suppose that means me," said
"I suppose ft does."
"Whoso engine Is It V"
Fltzpatrlck shifted to the other leg.
"Did he sny what 1 would be doing
while this was going on?"
Suiuethlug In ntzpatiiek's manner
made Neighbor laugh. Other things
crowded In ami no more was said.
No moiu was tltought. In fact, The
SKI rolled as kindly for Fltzpatrlck ns
for Siclone, mid llio now engineer, u
qulot fellow like Foley, only a good
bit homier, went on nud olT her with
never a wortl for anybody.
Olio day Fltzpatrlck dropped Into n
barber shop to get shaved. In the
next thalr lay Slcloiio Clatk. Klclone
got through Ilr.it and, stopping over to
the table to get his h it, picked up
Fltzpiilrlck'H by mistake nud walkcd
out with It. lie discovered his ilmnk'n
Jut its I'ltr. cot out or his clinlr. HI
clone enlne back, reidneed I lie lull on
the tnhlc-ll bid I'ltfimti-tek's name
iated In -the crown-took up his own
lint ami ns I'll reached for his looked
' i:ery one In the shop rnitxht their
"Is your tinnie ritipalrlvkf
"Mine Is Clark."
ntpatikk put on hi" bat
"Voit're ruiinlni; the UKl, I bclleol"
"'Hint's tny eiiKlne"
"I thotiKlit It lit'lonced to the com-
piled guardedly, "but since you're dis
posed to be fair nlxiut notice It's only
fair to j oil to say thut 1 did know your
word wus out."
"Still you took her?"
"It wus my orders."
"My word Is out. Tho tjoy know It
Is gissl. 1 don't Jump any man with
out fnlr warning. 1 know joii now,
Filzpatrlrk, nud the next time I sis
you look out." And without more ndo
Siclone walked out of the shop, great
ly to the relief of the barber If not of
Fltzpatrlck may have wiped n little
sweat from his race, but he said until
ing, only wnlk"d down to the round
bouse mid took out the :I13 as usual
for his run,
A week passed before the two men
met again. One night Siclone, with n
crowd of the strikers, ran Into half a
dozen of the new men. Fltzpatrlck
among them, nud there wns n riot It
wns Slcloue's time to enrry out Ids In
tention, for Fltzpatrlck would have
s-ornod to try to get nwny. No tree
eter breasted it tornado more sturdily
than the Irish engineer withstood Kl
clone. but when Kd Hanks got there
with his wrecking crew mul straight
cnod things out FHzpatrlck was picked
up for dead. That ulgbt Klclone dis
appeared. Warrants were got out nml search
ers put ufter lilm, jet nobody could or
would apprehend lilm. It was general
ly understood that the sudden disap
pearance was one of Slcloue's freaks.
If the ex-cowboy bad mt determined
In, would nut lmi hidden to keen out
of an billy's jvay, 1 have sometimes I
pondered whether shame lunln't some
thing to do with It. Ills tremendous
physical strength was lit for so much
better things than beating other men
Hint maybe bu himself sort of realized
It nfter the storui had passed.
Down east of the depot grounds at
McCloud stands or stood n great Irani
Iiko hotel, built In boom days nml long
n fitMirllo resting placo 'for Invalids
nml IniM'lers en route to California by
easy stages. irwrnVulckuaiiicd the lr.tr
racks. Many railroad men boarded
there, and tho now engineers liked It
because It was close to the round
house and nwuy front the strikers.
Fltzpatrlck, without n whine or n
complaint, was put to bed lit the bar
racks, mid Holmes Kay, one of tint
staff surgeons, was glon charge nf the
ease. A trained nurse was prnhled
besides, Nobody thought tho Injured
mini would Ue. Hut after every cam
was given hlm'w'e turned our atten
tion to Hut troublesome tnsk of operat
ing the road.
The 813, whether It happened so or
whether Neighbor thought It well to
droi. the distillled mncidno temporarily,
was not taken out ugnln for threu
weeks. She was looked on ns n hoo
doo, mid nobody wanted her, Foley re
fused point plank one day to take her,
claiming that he had troubles of his
own. Then one day something hap
pened to MeTerza's engine. We were
stranded for n locomotive, nml the .Tia
wns brought out for McTcrzn. lie
didn't like It n tilt.
Meantime untiring had lieou been or
heard of Siclone, That, In fact, was
the leasoit Neighbor urged for using
his engine, but It seemed as If every
time tbo IIKI went out It brought out
Klclone, not to speal: of worse things.
That morning aliout II o'clock the tin
lucky engine was coupled on to the
White Filer. The night boy at tho bar
racks always got up n hot lunch for thu
Incoming and outgoing crews on thu
mall run. ami that morning when ho
wus through he forgot to turn off Hie
lamp under Id coffee tnnk. If over
heated the counter, and In n few min
utes the woodwork was ablaze. If the
frightened boy bad emptied the coffee
on the runnier ho could havo put the
lire out, lint Instead lie ran out to give
life nl.il in and started upstairs to
uroir-e thu guests.
Theie wore nt least lift)' people
asleep In the house, traveling and rail
way rieii. Hiring a modern building. It
wus u quick prey, uuri In an Incredibly
short time the llniiius weio laaplug
through tho second story windows.
When I got down men wore Jitiuplui;
111 eveiy dlie-ilon from the burning be
tel. It'illroaile's swarmed nroiind, busy
willi schemes for gJltlng the people
out, for nine I more quick willed In
time of pnilc. Sli irt n i Ibo opp irtunlty
was, (hero weio many prelty rcciies.
until the r.aiues. shooting up, cut olT
tho stairs and lert (lie Inripcrs nothing
for It hut to stand and watih the de
struction of tho l.iug' rambling build
ing. Half a dozen of us leaked fiom
the dlsmili'lier' olllces In the iccoiid
story of llio dopjt Wo had ugiocil th it
the people wore all tint when Foley bo
liw gti' s rry nml imlnliM tn the
south mlile Awy up Witter tlnvaf
nt ill third story window wc snwn
far. It wns Ittjpnliiik.
llteryhisly hnri fis-xntlcn l"lttpMnk
mid Ills nurse Hebllid, ns the Humes
lighted the tienlng, we tould sea tbi
nurse struggling to get lilm to the win
tlow. It wns plain that the engine!
.wns In in. coudlltoii to help liiltiself.
The two men weio In deadly peril. A
fival ery went tip.
'llio ciowd swarmed like nuts nrottul
to the south cirfl. A riiir.cn men culled
for Indders, but Ihote wore no liulriois.
They culled for volunteers to go In lift
ir the two men, but the stairs were
long since n fin unco. Ihcrc were men
In plenty tn take nuy Lin. I of chance.
Iiowtner slight, but no ihuucc otUud.
The nunc ran to nml Irom the win-
daw, rooking a loophole for escape.
Fllrpatrkk dragged himself higher on
the easement to got out of the smoke
which rolled mer hliu In cboklug
bursts mid looked down on the crowd,
They hczgisl lilm to Jump-held out
their arms frantically. The two Lieu
again side by side, wilted n band. It
looked like it farewell. Jhcio wus no
culling from thorn, no appeal. The
nut so would not desert his chin ge.
mid we saw It ull.
.Suddenly theie wns n cry below
keener than llio confused shouting of
the crowd, mid one running forward
parted the iiieu nt the front mid, clear
ing the fence. Jumped Into the juril
Until r the burning gnble
Hcforo people recognized him u larlnt
wus swinging over Ills head. It wits
Klclone ( larl'. The rope left Ids unu
Hand nivr i'iiiiI blrlunc Clurli crept up.
like n sluiigsliut nud Hew strulg'.t at
litzpatriek. Not seeing or confused,
he missed It, mid tbo rope, with a
groan from thu crowd, settled bark.
The nslle con bay caught It again Into
a l-iofi aui slut It upward, that time
fairly out Fltzpatrlck's head.
"Make fast!" roiuori Slcloiio. Fit
Patrick sli iiited back, ami tho two men
above drew taut. Hand otcr baud
KUIo'ie Clark crept tip, like it monkey,
brad rs his loot agalmt the smoking
clapb.aiili. edging iiivay from the
tuuiltliig window,., swinging on tho
tingle straad nt liirselnlr and fnl
loel In, a bundled prayers unsaid.
Men who didn't Uulin- what tears
weo tried t.. cry o:tl to keep the
choking from Uielr throats, It seem
ed an ago liefuiv lie einered the last
lite led and the men above caught
frantically at Ills bauds.
Drawing himself over the c-aceinent,
he v.-iis lost with them a moment
Then from behind a liuist of smiofco
they saw lilm rigging a niaverlck sad
dle on Fllzpalrlck. saw Fltpatrlck
lifted by Chill; and the nurso pier the
sill, lowered like il wooden tie, whirl
ing and swinging, iluwn Into twenty
uiiiis below, Hefore the trainmen bad
got the engineer loose thu nurse, fol
lowing, slid like u cat down the Incline,
but not mi Instant too soon. A tongue
of llaino lit thu guide from below nud
licked the horsehair tip Into u curling,
fliz.llng thread, uliri Slcloiio stood
alone In thu upper easement.
It hvcmctl for tho moment hu stood
tlieio Hie crowd would go mail, The
shock and the shouting setiued to con
fuse lilm. It may have been the hot
air took Iris breath. They yelled to
trim tu Jump, but bo swat oil uncertain
ly. Once, im Instant ufter that, he was
seen to look down; then hu drew back
from thu casement. I never saw lilm
The Humes wrappis! the building lu
n yellow fury. Ily daylight the big
barracks weio a smoldering idle of
ruins. So little wale.' was thiown that
It was lie.uly nightfall define we could
get Into the wnsii. The tragedy had
blolttd out the feud between the sti lit
ers and the new men. Side by side
they woiked. as side by side Siclone
ami Fltzpntriik had stood lu tho mom
In stiitlug to imcoter the misleiy
of H.o missing mail. Next day twlcu
us many men were lu the ruins,
lit-pati'lik whllo we wore seaichlng
eallcil continually for Klclone Clink,
We didn't tell lilm Ihe truth. Indeed,
we didn't kiuw It, nur do we yet know
It. Kvtry brace, every beam, every
brick, wns taken from the rlinnH pile,
every foot of ilieWs. every handful of
asliei i.iriori. but of a lni'imu being (lie
Sfarcliers found never a tr.uc. not u
bane, not a key. not a knife, not a but
ton Willi 11 citll'l be ilo'ilUlel as Ills.
I.lko llio Kiirike willed swallowed lilm
up, he had rilniippoaiori completely ami
foi m er. v
M lie nllve? I cannot tell,
Hut this I know:
.Yearn AftrnvBtrl Mdtliy ItWttr. IitI
of tnir tngliirerlnR riopnrtintitl, wm
running n line, looking llwn. its we nre
looking yet, for n const outlet
tic toitk only n (lying i-timp with
him, trnt cling In Ihe lli'btest kind "I
order, crimping often with Hie entile
men be rnu neros.
Ono night nwny down In the l'nn
handle they fell In with an oulllt drir
lug it bunch of steers lip llio bellow
Urns trail, lllnlr noted Hint Hie foie
inns was n cbnjiuier n Hum of fen
wnnl, but nf grent muscular strength,
nud, luorisiter, frightfully scnricri
He win silent nml Inclined to bo tun
roii nt Urst, but nrter he lenriusl lllnlr
wns rruni McClnilil he unbent n lilt
mid nrter il time began itsklhg 'I'lo
lions whli h Indicated n surprising fa
uilllarlty with the northern cnuiitrj
mid with our road, lu particular, this
man nsked what had become of Hueks
mid, when told what ii big railroad
mini he bad grown, nssortcd, with r.
sudden bitterness nml without In any
way leading tip to It, that with Hacks
on Ihe West Hud there inner would
hate boon n strike.
Sitting nt their eaniptlro while llieli
crews mingled, lllnlr liotlcisl lu the
dicker of the blaze how son mod tho
throat nud breast of the cattleman
were. Hteii Ids sinewy forearms were
drawn out of slms. He uskori. too,
w bother Hlslr recolloeled (be night the
barracks burned, but, lllnlr lit that time
was oust of llio rher nud so explained,
tdaugli tie related, to the conls.y Inel
dents of th" Urc-nV
nmimg others the
nml Siclone Clark,
twe'1 lie had hoard
e story of Fltzpatrlck
"And FHrpntrlck- Is slhe, nml HI
clone Is de-1," tild lllnlr In roiiilu
slou, Hut the j'owisiy disputed lilm.
"You mean Clark Is nllve mid Fltz
patrlck Is dead," snld do.
"No." contended Sidney, "Fltzpat
rlck Is running an engine up there
now I saw lilm within throe months."
Hut the cowboy wns loath to convic
tion. Next morning their trails forked.
The foreman seemed illslnciluori to
part from the surveyors, nml while Hie
hunch was starting he rode n long way
with lllnlr, talking In it random way.
Then, suddenly wheeling, bo waved a
gofKldy with lils heavy Stetson nml.
galloping bald, wns soon lost to the
north In tho ruts of the Yellow (irnss.
When lllnlr came In he told NeldiW
and me adout It. Hlalr dad never reeli
Sit lone Clark ami so was no Judge ns
to Ills hlentlt, but Neighbor bellotot
yet that Hlalr camped Hint uhdt way
down tu the I'auli.tnrile wild no other
than the eowdoy engineer.
Once ugnln. Hint only two years ngo,
something camo dink to us.
Holmes Kay. ouu of our stuff of sur
geons, idu num. lu fact, wiio took care
of litzp.atrick, enllstisl In Illinois nud
went with tde I'liit to Cuba. TTun
got lu front of Santiago Just after the
Imid lighting of July 1, nud Holmes
was detailed lor hospital work timoi'g
Ituoietelt's me.l, win, had suffcrcri so
eiely tho day before.
One of the wounded, it sergeant, bad
sustained a giuixlul wound lu the Jaw
mid lu td. c-oufiliiloii dad leeched
scant attention. Kay look hold of
dim. Hu was u miv.ii). like most of
Hie rjiigli idlers, and after til Jaw
wus ilr.'sori Ka mailo some remark
ulsiut llio dt,t lire tdey did lieen
tdroiigd before tlu hi ickboiise.
"I'd bej:i through a h itter before 1
ever sa,v Cuba," auswensl the tough
rider us well as he could through his
baudagei The leurirk directed Kay's
attention to the condition of Ids
breast and neck, which wero a mass
"WIlto mo ji.it frotuV" asked
"Where did .vnu c.et biirnu.l Hint
"Out on the plains."
Hut the pis.r fellow went off Into a
delirium and to the surgeon's amaze
incut bo;. i n tcpcatlug train oiders.
Kay was paralyzed nt the wuy he
tulktsl pur Hugo and a coaluy. When
he left titer wounded mail fur the night
hu i csnlved to iiueslluii him morn
closely tho next day, hut the next day
orders came Io rejoin Iris regiment at
the trenches. The surrender shifted
tilings a b jut, nml Kay, tliouglt lie
Hindu repeated Inquiry, nener saw tde
Neighbor when he beard tho story
was only continued In Ids belief Hint
tde rougli rider was-Slcloiio Clark. I
give Jiiu tltu talcs ns they cainu to me
and fur what you may make of them.
1 myself bellcnu that If Slclouu (.Turk
Is still nllve he will ono iluy yet comu
luvcic to where lie wns dost known mul,
In spite of his faults, dost liked. They
talk of dim out there us they do of
old mini Kanliey.
I nay I lellevo If ho lives do will ouo
day coiuo back. The day he does will
Ih a great day lu MeCloud. On that
day ITtzpatiick will davo to take dawn
Hie little tablet which hu placed In
thu brick faeadu of thu hotel willed
now stands on tho silo of tdo old bar
rack, for ns that tablet now stanris
It Is sacred to (do memory of Siclone
Tho O.lrlrli's Mistake.
A Indued ostiiih recently rilsron
ccrteri Its exhibitor nt u music hall
dy continually endeavoring to liiunk
away from nil restraint and to cilinh
over the footlights Into (hu orchestra.
The widely advertised net came to a
sudden end, and tho professor emerg
ed from behind Hie curtain and npolo.
glzcri for tdo notions of Iris pet lu
ndout tdeso w'ords:
"Lyrilos nud (leutleuien III dam
very sorry to dlsnppulnt joii tdls doy
eiilng, We nro compelled to cease our
lioiigageiueiit until llio luumigotnciit
hengiigos n new hurehestrit leader.
"Tl o ouo at present heiuployoil 'ere
'as no 'air nn InpVf 'Is 'cad, and my
bird take It for n hegg."-Tlt lilts.
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45 HICIII.ST AWAWM. IN l.cKOIT.
IN TIIK CIHCiliT COUIlT OF THU
First Circuit. Teirllorj of lluwall. At
Chambers: In I'rnbate. lu the Mailer
of llio Khlalo or JANIC WILSON, do
censed Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Allowance of ITu.il Ac
counts, Distribution and Discharge. On
lending nud llllng the slltlm nud lie
counts of -lANi: I.IKIIMAN MOItlC. ex
ecutrix of the Inst will mid testament
oi Jane WIImiii, deceased, wherein rho
links to do allowed IGuSIMS and Un
charges derself wild V,W:M, and usk4
Hint tho samo may do examined utid
uppmtcri, nud Hint n final order may
do made of distribution of Ihe pmj
crly remaining In dor hands to tlio sir-
sons tdeicio i-nllllod, nud dtrcdurgluK
dor uud her nineties from all .further
It'sponsldlllly as sued executrix. It Is
ordered Hint MONDAY, tho lllh day
or .March, A.. I). 1UU7, nt U o'clock u.
in., before thu Judge of said court at
do court room of the suhl court ul Ho
nolulii. Island of Onliu, ho mid Hie
came lieiedy Is appointed ns tdo time
nml placo for hearing nald petition ani
accounts, nud that ull. persons inter
ested may thou uud thcui uppcar uud
show cause. If any tbey davo, why tho
mmo t-.houhl not do granted, and may
present oilileiico us to who are rnll
tied Io Idu said properly. And Hint
notice of this order, in tho English
language, ho published in tho i:enlng
Hullullii huwopupcr printed and pub
lished In Honolulu once u week, for
tdreo Hiicrcraivo weeks, the last pub
lication to bo not less than two week
previous to tho time (heroin upisilnted
lor said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 2nd day JJ
February, l!w". N
AI.KXANDKIt LINDSAY, .lit..
Ktcoud Judge Circuit Coin I First
(Signed) J, AcTIIOMl'tiON.
Cletk First Circuit Court.
Cecil llrowii, a(lorney for uxcculrl.v.
SCOI Fed. 2, 9, IB. 23.
CALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LOT NO. 20, ESPLANADE, HO
On Saturday, Fubrunry tho 23ld,
I9u7, at 12 o'clock noon tit tho flout
entrance of thu Capitol (Kxecutlvj
DulMIng), will be Hold nt l'lihlic Aiu
Hon tdo Icusu of Lot No. 2D, F.Kplmmilo,
Honolulu, Island utid County id Oahli.
Term, S yeuit, from thu 28th day of
Upset lenlal, $4bU.0Q tier annum, pay-
iilrio hunri'iinnually In advance,
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Worfca.
Olllcu of Superintendent of IMibllc
Winks, Honolulu, January 22, 1907.
3C9T Jnn. 23; Fob. 2, 9, 10, 23,
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