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HH8T CIltCl'IT, THHKlTOItY OI'
HAWAII AT CIIA.MHIIKS. IX
In the Matter nf the Kstnto of C.onc
vlevo Dow sou Dunbar, Deceased,
Notice In hcrebj glvon Hint Audi
l.iry letters or AilniltiUtrntton li.no
been Issued to the undersigned The
Hawaiian Trust Coiniiany. Limited. In
tlie Matter of tlio Kstuto of Utncvlovo
Doundt Dunbar, luto of Helvedere,
.Marin Count), Statu of California,
All Creclllois of the i:tate nro
hereby not I lied to piescnt their il.iltn
against s.i kl Ksttitc, duly nuthcntlint
td anil with the proper vouchers If
any exist, even though the said claims
he 8ic.ured.by Mortgage upon Heal Es
tate, to the unuerslgned Hawaiian
Trust Company, Limited, at Its olllco
!23 Tori Street, Honolulu, Territory 1
of Hawaii, within sit months flora j
the date hereof (whli.li Is d.ito of first
publication of this notice), othervvlso
Mich rlalniM, If an, will bo foicver
And all peiwins Indebted to said
Fatalo are hen by nutlllcd to make
immediate paMnent to tlio undersign
ed us such Administrator
Dited, Honolulu, I'eh 23, 1007.
HAWAIIAN TIIU8T COMPANY. WW.
Anrlllurj Admlulstrntor of tlio
Instate of Ccnovlcvo Uovvsett
3C24-rreh 23, Mar. 2. 0. 1C, 23
ix Tin: cmcriT conrr or Tin:
I'lrst Circuit, Tnrrltorv or Hawaii In
I'robate, at ClmmheiH In the Mat
ter or the Kstato (irrranclsco 1'errel
111 Madeira, (fi ceased Ordei oT No
tice of IJetltlnn for Allow nine of 11
nnl ACcoUit4 iiinrDlscliiirgo lu tills
Hstnte On lending nnd tiling the pe
tition and accounts of John Terrelr.i
Itozn, Administrator with the Will
annexed of the Hstnte of I'ranrlsco
Tcrrelra .Madeira, deieased, wherein
ho asks to be allowed $lij".l.ri0, nnd
lie charges himself with $1C8G 2.1,
and asks that the same may bo exam
ined and appi oved, nnd that a final
order may he nisulo of distribution of
the property remaining In his hnnds
to the persona thereto entitled, nnd
discharging him nnd his sine ties
from nil further rtsponslblllty ns
such Administrator, It Is ordered that
Mondii, the 22nd da of April, A.
I) 1110", at 10 o'clock n. in. bcfoio
the Judge of said Court nt tlio court
room of the said (omt at Honolulu,
Island of O ihu, bo nnd tho same, horn
h) Is appointed as tho time nnd plaio
for' hearing said petition and nc
( mints, nnd that nil persons Interest
id in.i) then nnd tlie.ro appear nnd
thnw cause, If any they have, why tho
snmc should not ho grunted, nnd may 1
present ovlilcmo as to who am enti
tled to tho said propel ty. And that
notlte of this ordor, In the English
language, ho published In tho llvetir
fug llullettu newspaper, printed nnd
published In Honolulu, for Unco
tutrcsslvo weoks, the last publica
tion to bo not less thrill two weeks
previous! to tho time therein appoint
ed for said hearing. '
Dited nt Honolulu, this 9th d.O of
(Slg ) W. J. ltOIHXSOX.
Third Judge of the Clicult Court
of the I'll st Circuit.
(Hlg ) J.. THOMPSON,
Cleik or tho Circuit Cum t of tho
i: C J'oteis, attorney for Admin
istrator 3030 Mar. 9, 1C, 2.1, 30,
The Weekly Edition or the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete nummary of
j Ike new of tho day. for 1 a year,
8 u c h 8
Ilt-HIANX. II. MTAHMAN
j OjmM I'XM. br fiul II ""
j f llNi
'f V I I
RI'.i: a Rood deal
r turf in print
ah Hit the engi
ne -r," hbi1 ("ill
I ill tu dolnted
1) "WliM- the
nutter with the
l I pit teller J
tir with the
mi ii who tell) tin- engineer vv hat to do
uiul ut whit to tin. how to do It, iiiul
vxmtlv linn lo do It. with th- nun
who sits shut In lir'il. walls ami hung
In t hlnee puzzles, hU eir Killed to n
li-ii-hcr and Ills linger fast to n hej
uiul his ojo riveted on a train chart
the mini who order and 1111111114 mid
stops mid starts everything within Mm
mile's of him and hu'ds iiinJer Ids
1 thuuili more lives everj minute than
n brigadier does lu 11 lifetime? 1'or In
I ntnnee," nkcil Callahan, lu his tlre.l
nil),. "win In tln matter with ltuihslr"
I Now, I mjself never knew Itiit-Ui. lie
1 left tlie et Hud liefuro I went on
Hocks Is nee mil vice ptcsldcnl which
menus the iss of n ti.uiscontlnental
lino now and it orj greit swell, lint
1 no man from the Went Hud who c ills
1 on Dinks' has to wait for an nudleure,
though blggtr men do 'ihoj tall: of
him out then- jet. Not of (icticrul Nn
perlntendent Ducks, whkh he e.uni- to
he, nor or Cenernl Manager lluek
On the Went Km! lie Is Just ptilu
Ilucks, but Ilucks on the West I. nil
means a whole lot.
"lie sived tin- compnnj ?.I00,000 that
night the Uicnltilla train inn iivvuj-,"
mused Calhihnti. Callaluiu himself Is
assist int superintendent now.
'"Jhree huudred thous.iiid dollars Is n
good (1l-.iI of inouej, Cnlliilian," I oh
"I'lgiiro It out jolirself To begin
with, llftj passengers' lives that's
Jf.'.tW npltce. Isn't It" Cnllahuti had
n cold blooded way of figuring 11 pis
scngcr's life finm the company ntnml
polnt "It would have killed over lift)
p iseucrs If the riiuiwii hud ever
Ktrtu U Ki. There wouldn't lnvo been
enough left of TO to make a decent I'll
nernl 'Hum the equipment, at least
fc.V0o0. Hut there was a wholo lot
more than $.'!iRi,tsiO lu It for Ilucks."
"He told me once th.it If he hadn't
saved ,71 that night hu would never
have signed another order nnyuhcio
ou any loid."
"Whj? Itecause after It was all over
ho found out that Ills own miilher wis
nbiird ."!. Didn't .Mill ever hejr that?
Wdl. sir, It was Christinas eve, nnd
, ' ' ,u 1v.i
li"iistiins ov.. m on lim
the West Hnd It was Just plain Dee.
'High winds will prevail for ensuing
tw cut) -four hours. .Station ngcutxwlll
use etra eaie to secure tan 011 sid
ings, llrakemeu must use inio to
n void being blown fiom moving
'Hint Is about all llmks said lu his
bulletin that evening net 11 word
about I'hrMin ix or Me,r, Christmas.
In rait, if Christinas laid ionic to Mc
Cloud that night the; inilldu't have
lit )l It Incut fom minutes, miuh less
twent)-four hours tlio wind was too
high. All the week, all the do, all
the night. It had blown a December
wind, ill ns 1111 August noon, bitter
ns powdered Ice. It was In tho e.uly
d.ijM of our western railroading, when
wo had oul.v one fast train on the
schedule the St. Uuils-Callfornla
express and only one fast engine on
the division the 101 and only one
man on tho whole West Knd Ilucks.
Iiucks wns assistant superintendent
mid master mechanic and tialuinuster
nnd chief dispatcher mid storekeeper--uuil
n bully good ftllow. Hiiro were
some lioj.s in the scrvke, among thcin
Callahan. Cnlhihin wns sevcnl ecu,
with hair llko 11 sunset and 11 mind
quick us nu nlr luake It wus his
first cur nt tho l.e.v, and ho had a
night trick under Ilucks.
Callahan claims It blew so hard that
ulght that It blew most of the color
out of his hair. Sod houses had sprung
up like dog towns In the hulTalo grass
during the fall. Hut tint day home
steiders rcpt Into dugouts nnd suioth
ered over buffnlo chip llres. Horses
and cattle huddled luto friendly pock
ots 11 little out of tho worst of It u'
froze mutely lu pitiless feuco corners
ou the divides. Sand drovo grlttlug
down from the Cliejenne hills like n
htorm of snow. Stieets of tho raw
pralrlo towns stared deserted 11 1 the
sky. 1:1011 cowboys kept tutlr randies,
and through the gloom of noon tlio sun
taut n cownril shadow. It was u
wittched day, and tho sun went down
with tho wind tuulni' luto n gale und
till tho Iiojh lu bad humor, except
llmks Not that Hut'.is- couldn't get
mad, hut It took- mote than 11 cjclono
to blurt him.
No .'.9, tlio California express, was
lato tint night. All tho way up the
'.alley tho wind taught her quniler
lug. Hi ally, tho man el Is that out
theio ou the plnlijs such storms didn't
blow our toy engines clear oft tho
rails. Tor that inntler, they might ns
well hivo taken tho rails, too, for nono
of them went over sixty pounds. l'lft-
11I110 wus due nt 11 o clock. It wns
hilf past 12 when sho pulled In nnd on
Callahan' trick. Hut Ilucks hung
mound tho olllco until sho sniggered
lit, lulling (In. mrnil. , il mnmillf.lit nu I
..i , t k,,U III.IUMW! (UW,,,B,,,
frowsj a looking train us ever choked
There wis. nlwnjs n crowd down nt
tho slullon to meet CO She was tho
I1I3 "nival of ll' ilnj- nl Mcl'loiid even
If i rtklH't get In mull it o'ctotk nl
night. Hlu- lroii4ht Hid iiidll uiul tin
i'tirisw nnd llir lntMlDPi'hi'rii mil lh
trHvclliiir men msl the slmners geu
cnillj. so the Ma loud llvir) men nnd
hotel runiK-rs nnd prominent rutins
mid promlliHiit In-ifers nud the illy
mniilnl usuiill) nunc down to meet
hir Hut It whs unt so that night.
1 ho platform wns biire. Not even the
hitrilv chief of w!lci who was tovvu
witili nnd illy marshal nil (ouiblned,
'Hie engineer swung out of his eah
Willi tho Mlenic of nu nhueil man.
Ills ejes were full of sodn. his eiM
full of sand, Ids mutnehe full of burs
nud his whiskers full or tumhlevv ceils
'lho (oiidutlor nnd the lirukemeii
cllmlu-il sullenly down, and the bag
gngemiin slioveil open his door nnd
slimmed n trunk out on tho platfoun
without n pretense of sjiupath. Then
the outgoing crew climbed alio ml
nnd lu ii hnrr.v The i-oniliictor elect
ran downstairs from tho legtsler nud
pulled his cap down hard before ho
pushed abend against tho wind to glvo
the engineer Ids copy of the orders ns
the new engine was coupled up. The
fireman pulled Hie canvas Jealously
nrotind tho cab end, Tho brukeman
ran hurriedly back to examine the nlr
loimeellons nnd gave his signal to the
conductor 'I he conductor gnvo Ids to
the engineer There vveie two short,
choppy snorts from the lul, nnd nil
moved out stealthily, evenly, resist.
lesslj Into the teeth of lho night. In
nnotlier minute only her led lumps
gleamed tqi tho ,v ard. One man still on
the platform watched them reiede. It
lit- came up to the dlspitchci's of
fice and sat down. Callahan wondered
why hu didn't go homo and to bed,
but Callahan was too good a rallroul
man to nsk questions of a superior
Ilucks might have stosd on his head
on tho stove nnd It redhot without he
lug pursued Willi Inquiries fiom Calla
han If Hik ks (hose to sit up out there
on tlie frorcn prairies In a flimsy luni
of n station mid with the wind howl
lug murder nt 1'J o'clock past and that
on Chi I tho IMth of December, It
was Ducks' own business,
"I kind of looked for my mother to
night," said he nfter Cnllihnn got his
orders out of the way for n minute,
"Wrote she wns coming out pretty
soon for n little visit."
"Where does jour mother live'"
"Chicago. .1 sent her transportation
two weeks Ago Heckon she thought
she'd bi Iter stay homo for Christmas
Hack lu Clod's (Oiiutry they have
Christmas Just about this tlmo of jenr.
Watch out tonight, ,11m. I'm goln?
home. It's a wind for jour life"
Callahan was making n meeting
point for two freights when tho door
closed behind Ilucks. Ho didn't even
sing out "(loud ulght." And us for
Merry Chrl will, that hud no plueo
on the W est laid uuj how.
"D I, d-l, d I, d I." came clicking luto
the loom. Cnlhihin wasn't asleep.
Once he did sleep over the key. When
he told Ilucks, ho made smo of his
time, only ho thought Hutks ought to
Ducks shook his head pretty hard
tint lime. "It's awful business, Jim,
It's minder, jou know. It's the pen!
teuthirj If they should convict jou.
Hut It's worse than that. If nn.vtlilnfj
happened because jou went to sleep
over tho l.e.v, jou'd have them oil Jour
mind till jour life, don't jou know
forever. Men nnd nnd children
Unit's what I nlvvajs think about
tho children; maimed nud scalded
J't'pouKiJ bullet Into the uidml.y uiec-
uud burned. Jim, If It ever happens
again, quit dispatching. (let luto com
menial woiU; mistakes don't cost lite
theio; don't try to handle trains. If
It over happens with jou, you'll kill
That was all ho said. It was enough.
And no wonder Callahan loud him.
The wind tore frantically around tho
station, hut ov cry thing else was so
still. It was 1 o'clock now and not a
soul about hut Callahan. I) I, D-l, J,
clicked sharp and fast. "Twelve or
fourteen cars passed here Justnow
last running n a-11." Callahan sprang
up llko a lluali-lWcnod. What! Ilun
It was tho Jackson operator calling.
Cnlhihun Jumped lo tho key "What's
flint V lin nul.iil rinlrl? nu lli-li I nliin-
C0Hj ,!lSM 1
"Twelvo or fourteen cars coal piiss
cd heie, fully forty miles nn hour,
headed east, driven by tho wl"
That was all J iniild send, for Ogil
alia broke In, Ogalallu Is thu station
7rTs 1 '
cJJW I fK
Jut wpt of JucWoti And wllli Oils
linn'si copper hnlr raising higher nt ev
ery letter, this rniue from Ognlnllo,
"llcny gust uuutlit twelve coal inn
oil side track! sent Ihetn out on innlii
line off down the grade."
They were nlre.idv pit .liukson.
tight miles nvvnj-, headed enut nnd run
nlugilovvu hill Callah m's c.vi'" turned
like hares to the tram "heel, fifty
nine, gilng west, wns due lint minute
to li'UM' Callclidar l'min Callemhir to
(Irlllln Is n tvvenlj miles' run, 'I hero
Is 11 station belwein but in thoe ilujs
tin night nperalor The runaway coal
train was then loss than thirty miles
west of (Irlllln, coming down a forty
mile grade like n eiunou bull. If fi!)
could be stopped lit Ciillonilar, she
could lie laid by In flm inluutes out of
tlio wnj of the n-rtnln destruction
ahead of her ou Hie main Hue, Calla
han selred thu key nud began calling
"Cn." Ho pounded until the call burn
ed Into Ids lingers It was 1111 age be
fore Callendnr nnswei-ed 'I hen Cnlhl
linn's otiler lied:
"Hold Ml. Answer quick"
And Cnllendnr iinsvvensl: "I'lfty-nlim
Just pulling out of upper jnrd. Too
late to stop her. Whit's the mitlerV"
Callahan struck the table with his
dim lied list, looked wildly about him,
then sprang from tho clcilr, ran to the
window nnd threw up the sash. The
moon shone n bit through the storm nf
sand, hut there was not 11 soul lu sight
There were lights hi the roundhouse n
hundred yards aiross Hie track, lie
pulled n lovolvei cverj- rallroul man
out (hero cnrrled one thoie ilujs and.
cmcrltiK ouoMjf the roundhouse win
(lows, began filing It was n ilsk
There wns one chance, maybe, to n
thousand of his killing a ulght man
But theio were n thounnd chimes to
one that a whole train hud of men nnd
women would bo kilted Inside of thirty
minutes If ho couldn't get help. He
choso 11 window lu the luaihlnlsts' sec
tion, whero he knew no one usual!;
went nt ulght. lie poured bullet Into
tho unlucky casement ns fust ns pow
der could carry them. Iteloidlug rap
Idly, he wntdied the roundhouse door.
nud, sum enough, almost at once. It
was cautiously opened. Then he llred
Into tho nlr one, two, three, four, live,
six nnd ho saw n nun start for the
station ou the dead 11111. Hi knew, too,
by the tremendous mris-p of his legs
that It was Olo Andeisou, the night
foreman, tho man of nil others lie
"Ole," cried the dispatcher, wnvlug
his arms frantically as the giant Svv t-de
Icniied across the track nod Ijoked up
from tho platform below, "go get
Ducks, 1'vu got a runaway train go
ing against 17J. Tor jour life, Ole,
The big fellow was Into tho wind
with tho word. Ilucks lionrdcd four
blocks away. Callahan, slamming
down tho window, took the key nnd
began calling ltoyc. Howe Is the llrjt
station cast of Jackson. It was now
tho first point nt which tho runaway
coil train could ho headcib
"lt-o, It-o," he rattled. The operator
must have been sitting 011 the wire,
for he nnsweied nt once. As fast as
Callahan's lingers could talk he told
Itowo the story nud gnvo him orders to
get tho night ngeiit, who, ho knew.
must be down to sell tickets for fill,
nud pile nil the ties they could gather
across the trick to derail the runaway
train. Then lie begun rhuiuplng for
Kolur, tho licit station cast of Howe
and thu second nhead of the runnwnjs.
lie pounded uud ho pounded, and when
tho man nt Kolur answered Callahan
could have sworn ho had been asleep
Just from tho way he talked Does It
seem strange! Theru uieiniinj btmngo
things about a dispatcher's senses,
"Send jour night man to west switch
house track nud ohii for runaway
train. Set brakes hard on jour empties
ou siding to spill runuwajs If possible.
Do nuj thing nud everj thing to keep
them from gelling by jou. Work
Dchliid Kolar's O. K. came a frnntlcl
call from Howe, "Huuawujs pissed
hero llko a strode. Knocked tho ties
Into toothpicks. Couldn't head them."
Callahan didn't watt to hear any
luoie. Ho only wiped tho sweat from
his fuce. It seemed forever beforo
Kolar spoke ngaln. Then It was only
to say, "Itminvvajs went by hero be
fore night man could get to switch nud
Would Ducks never coino? And If
ho did come, what on eat Hi could stop
tlio runaway train now? They were
heading luto the worst grudo on tho
West Hud. It averages 1 per cent
from Kolar to (Irlllln, uud there wu get
down off the Chejeliue hills with a long
roverso curve uud droji luto tho luujon
of tho Illaikwood' with u !i per cent
grade, I iilluhitu, almost beside him
self, thiew open a north window to
look for Ilucks, Two men were lljlng
down Main street toward tho station.
Ho knew them; It wns Olo and Hucks.
Hut Ilucks! Never Ucfoiu 01- sluto
wns seen ou n street of MiCloud such
a llguru us Ilucks,. lu his trotiser uud
sllppcis, with his nightshirt free us he
sailed down tho wind. In another In
stant ho was bounding up (lie stalls.
"What have jou donoV" hu panted,
throwing himself Into tho chulr. Cal
lahan (old him. Ducks held his head
in his hands while tho boy talked. Ho
turned to thu sheet asked quick for fii).
"Shu's out of Callendnr. I tried
haul to stop her. I didn't lose 11 sec
ond; sho wns gone."
Hurcly an Instant Duiks studied the
sheet. Houted out of n sound sleep
nfter 1111 eight hour trick and ou such
a night by such a message, the mar
vel was hu could think at all, much
less set n Uup which should save
r,0, lu twenty minutes from tho tlmo
Ducks took tho key the two trains
twould bo together. Could ho save thu
'passeugei? Callahan didn't believe It.
A sharp, quick call brought (iilllln.
Wo had ono of tho lightest lads on
tho whalo division nt (Iilllln Calla
han, listening, heard (irlllln answer.
Ilucks rattled n question. How tho
hciitt Imcjw en u fi'n'. iin'rrlJiln
llik of 11 rjiimlrr when human lives
"Wlcre lire ymtr nwhoii insiit" ask
rd It ! Jt.
"Ill !id nt tin- sc-lbli Ii9 !e."
"Wli 's with yon?"
"N'l!it usual, sheriff with two raw
bov prlsoueis w't nu lo IhLc .VI"
Defer.' Hi.' las; word rutins tlue'w
was link ut Ini 1.
Asl: sheriff rclfnsp tils prisoners lo suvr
niss(njr I ruin Ou tuift-lm-r to virfst
snlliMi houss- trnrl., oti mil ot It
Smuili In m-riton pel house set twin.
Uo lu point nf lioun IrmU ecrvc, nil
the rails miJ point lli-n to em I icn.
nv i) irnhi rrou (linlullu over I'i- b'tfT
Into (hu rlvci Ul.CKS.
The worc's fbw ofT his fingers like
spi-ks. und mij'her me s: gj erovvdid
the wire behlud It.
(Pi lu ciat switch open ond set for
Irass'nj Inrt I'lnn f.9 nnd nil hit 111
sMl.it" If mat sit t'J Into lie clear,
elite 1 the 11 llir. i) llt'l'KS
Tliev In ik old n )V.-. 1 he Ink Is fade I
and tie piper Ij stuiki'd Willi the lliv
of the llflceii winters nnd li'i-uinsl
with tho. sun of liflis-ii summeis, but
to lids dny they lung Iheie lu their
walnut fiiiir.es. the nrlg'nal oideis. Just
us Hu k scratched them on" 'Jthej
bang II ere In the ellip itches' utile? lu
the new depot. Hut In their proeut
in (I buiith then run nr the point 0)
swell surroundings Ducks wouldn't
know them. It was Hurvej- ltejnolds
who toot; them off tho other end of tho
who 11 bo.v hi 11 thousand for that
night nnd that minute-. The Instant the
wolds llislu-il Into tho room he In
structed tho agent, grabbed nu ax and
dashed out luto the walling room,
wheio thu sheriff, VA Hanks, sat with
his prisoners, the cowboys.
"I'd," irhsl Harve-, "there's n run
away train from Ogal ilia coming down
the Hue In the wind. If wo can't trap
It hcie It'll knock .V.I Into kindling
wood. Tin 11 thu bojs loose, 1M, and
savo tlio passenger train. IIoj-m, show
tlio mail and squiro j-ourselves right
now. I don't know what jou'10 hero
for, but I bellovo ItV to save fill. Will
The three men spuing to their feet.
Kd It inks slljiped the liaudcutTs off lu
n tilce. "Never mind tho rest of II.
Savo tho passenger train llrst!" ho
roiled. Hverjbody ftom Ogalallu to
Omaha know 1M Hanks.
"Whlcli way? HovvV" cried the cow
bojs, lu 11 lather of excitement.
Harvey ltejnolds, beckoning ns lie
ran, rushed out thu door nnd up tho
track, his posse nt his heels, stumbling
Into thu gale llko lunatics.
"Smiish In tho tool house door!" part
ed Harvey us he 110.11 cd It.
IM Hanks seized the nc from Ids
hands and took command ns naturally
Tick up that tlo uud mm her!" ho
cried, pointing to tho door. "All to
gethernow!" Huney nnd tho lowboys splintered
tho panel lu n twinkling, uud Hanks,
with a few clean strokes, cut 1111 open
ing. Thu tow hoys, Jumping together,
ran in und begun fishing for tools In
tho dull;. One got hold of 11 wiutiih;
the other, 11 plik. Harvey caught up
n claw liar, und Hunks grabbed a splko
m ml. In n bunch they ran fur tho
point nf the cuno 011 tho house track.
It lies theio closo to tho eigo of n
limestone bluff that looms up fifty feet
nbovu tlio liver. ,
Hut it Is one thing to 01 der 11 con
tact opened nnd nnotlier nnd very dif
ferent thing to open It nt 1! In tho morn
ing on Dee. 2." by men who know no
more about track cutting than about
logarithms. Side by sldu und shoulder
to shoulder tho man of tho law and tho
men out of tho law, tho rough rider
nud tho railroad boy, pried and wrench
ed and ilawed und struggled with the)
steel. W'hllo Huney nnd Dunks chivv
ed nt tho spikes tho covvhojs wiestled
with tho nuts ou tlio bolts of tho llsh
plates. It was a bailie, lho nuts
wouldn't twist; tho spikes stuck like
piles; sweat covered the assailants,
Iliuvey wtnt luto a frenzj', "Dojs,
wo must woik raster!' ho irlcd, tug
ging at tho frosty spikes. Hut flesh and
bliHid (ould do 110 more.
"There they come t hero's tho run
away train. Do jou hear It? I'm go
ing lo open tho switch anyhow," Iliu
vey shouted, stinting up tho track.
Heedless or tho winning, llmks
sttuggled with Ihu plate bolts In n
silent fin y. Suddenly ho spuing tu his
feit. "(live iiiu the muni!" ho irled
liaising tho heavy tool like a tack
hammer, ho landed heavily on tho bolt
r - , y
puts once nnd npaln, nnd thoy llew Ii
n streitn like bullets over Ihe bluff.
The tiller civvluy, bendlu'i close oil
Ids kiniM, ml sen 11 jell, 'Ihe plain
had clU'.'i, Springing lo Hu oliur
rail. Hanks stripped the bolts even
utter tho mod train had rlut tutu tl'r
gnrgo nboto thiui. 'J hey iI.jvu tin
pick under tlis loueiicd itiel, r'l
with a pry Ihlt bent Ihe cliw bur 11,1"
a jell Hilt li-iclud Hurvej, tlo'il llli
nt the switch, they tjro mv.iy the1
stubborn contact u'ul pointed the rad
over Ihe precipice.
The child: cf u, Wh.h.'.Ivo whistle
cut thu wind. I.ojklng eiit, Harvey
hud belli watching fib's headlhul
She was pulling In on the shlli";.
He st'll held the svvlltli ope 1 Ij fe id
the iiiniwiiys Into tho Imp l.'.leks
had n't If the passenger train fnllel
to get Into tho clear, Imt thro wis 11
inliiulu jit n bare slily seconds-mid
Harvey had no Idea or dumping CKV
MM worth or equipment lulu the river
uuli's.i he It id to.
Suddenly up went tho siretj bI:iiu!s
from Die east end. I lie llll-was iiiiigli
lug nolsllj; up tho pa-islng trai't-the
line will tlear. I: inks and the cow-
bovs, wiiltlug breathless, siw Harvey
with a determined lurch iloss tho main
lu thu next bieilh the coileis, with
the sweep of the gale In their rrlght
fid volocltj', Hinoslie.l over the nvvltch
nud on. A rattling whhl of ballast
und 11 1II77..V 1 hitler uf noise, uud be
fore tho frightened crew of fill could
seel what wns ngilust them the run
nwaj tialn wis paHiisl-goue!
"I wasn't going to stop heie tonight."
muttered Ihe engineer -ns he sload
with th? ronilu.-tor over llaney's
shoulder ut the op.-ratoi's dnU a min
ute hit-r and w ped the chill from Ids
foivlieul Willi 11 phcuof waste. "Wo'd
have met them In the caujon"
Hnrwj wi-4 leportlng to Ilucks Cn'
h'.'ian heaid It (omlng: "Halls cut. hu
1. 1 safe. Huiiavvujs went lij here fully
siivenly iiiIIih nn hour."
It was fisj nfter lint. Oilllln Is Ihe
font or Hit grade, i'liim thero on the
ruuawii) train hid a hill tu climb
Ht'cks bad I eld 'J.'l). the local pissJu
.'er. sldetiiieked ut Davis, tiilitj miles
fnttlier east, h'ped bj the wind, the
rii'iawiijs pissed Divls, though net ut
hiir their highest speed. An Instant
lalcr 25 i'h cnglna was nit Ion it nnd
stalled arier them like 11 scared eolllo
Tin it mill' 1 tj it or Davis they were
oveihuiited by the light e-nglne. Tin
llrcman. Duiiiihue, crawled out or the
cab window, along the foot 1 ill uud
down on lho pilot, caught thu I idd"i' of
tho Hist car mil, running tip, crept
nloug to Hu leader nud b'gm setting
brakes. Ten minutes later they wi-ro
hroight hick In trluuiili to Davii
When the uiultllUilo of nnhrs wa.t
out of the W.IJ-. Ilucks wlrel III Hinks
to h-!ng his c vlj )j-j dawn to McCIoud
nn 1,0. Sixty wns the oust bound pm
"cug-r iltic ut McCIoud ut (i..'t a. in. It
turned out tlufsthe cowlnyi hid been
nrioste.l for lisilng n Norwegian
h ii'iestender v, lu li-.d nit their wile
It wis not n heliui'i olTo'iie, nud nrter
It was stralghteuc I out by the Inter
ventb'i or Hit 'fi, wl.a w.u the v.hole
thl'ij: then lliej- were given Jobs I laj 1
lug h'.'gtir I lined, la (he t all iitvI'v
Ono or Ih'i'i, the tall f 'Pov, in a pis
Hi'iiger 11) iiltn I ir 0.1 tlio h g'.i lino jvt
It was II o'clock Hint I'll) iilug t k
23tli ot Dei-ember In nrr. II I -tters on
the Wist Kid -before they git things
ileiviilly stnlghtiued n'.it. there was
so much lo 1! 1 'dei 1 1 1 1 1 il t M'.d lu
ports lo tile. Ducks, iitlll 011 the kej
111 his 1'owlrt;; ndies and tumbling Inlr,
sent and took tb'0.,1 nil Then tie turn
cd ll.e ceat over to Cull il. 111 nud. pet
ting up fcr the llrst time I 1 two luur.i,
dropped luti mntler cli lr.
'lie very lint llilug Callil-ui rjcelv
ed was 11 pcriiual fiusn 1'it rriuils at
Ogalalh. e ond in lor or fill, ft was foi
Vour rrother 1 nbonnl IX Bho vvna
nrrlcil li McC'oiiil In lho lKuwr sleeper
Bomiln,: tier but . lu sou nn 10. Morn
It c.iiuo of; Ut who I'rst. CalUhati
taking it, ilM.Vt llthik Ilucks heard
though It's prninblo that ho did hear.
Aii.vwaj-, Callif-an tlin-w tho clip over
tow aid him, with 11 liugh.
"Look there, old man. TIiiio'h jour
mother coining after nil jour kicking
i-i'irled by 1111 til."
As tho boy tinned vhe saw tho big
dispatcher's bend sink between Ids
iirnn on the table. Callahan sprang to
his side, hut Ilucks h.'d feinted.
The history of the fin Is nlmist in
old as tho lilstmy of the vvgild. Otic
might 11l1110.it Imagine live tl uniting r
primitive fan or pilm leaves or fcuth
ors In tlio .nreleii of Helen, 'ihe Kgjp
tluus used fans or strange 11I1 ipes made
of parchment or plumes at their re
llghius leritaionlis. The Homuns used
a liuhcllun:, n enrt or eliiuktr ran, on
oidislons or slnte, and the early tlreeks
hud full!) iiiado or tlio Ihlt leivea or tli.i
lotus. The ChleoKU nud .lapaneie Ii ive
nlwnjs been great) run I iveis nud 1 ivlsh
Infiulto cam rjion their decsinillon.
Men and vvoiucu t-.so them nllke. Those
runs am or palnti'd. and emhroldeiisl
Kill;, glided paper, o.trleh or pencil L
realhi'ls, with stlil.s or violet wood,
suudill, Ivoiy or pc til. (Jiiecn Kllzn
belli owned uluiost as many runs mi
dresses uud had n mania for collecting
them. Her subjects wcro In tho lnblt
of offering theso trllles to their regal
mistress. Mine, de I'niiipulnur loved
11 fuu and cutout aged tho at of fan
painting. Her colletllon of fans was
enormous, (iieiue, Wntteaii and other
renowned paluteis did not dUihiln to
lend their art to fan painting-, It wns
mostly executed on chicken skin or
Peicy I nw weally bellevo Alglo Is
nw losing his mind, douchcr kuuw.
Clireuce Why do j on nw think
no, deiih boy?
1'eiey I saw him give Id" nw
tailor S20 yestahelaj-. Iindon Tribune.
In the selection ot a medicine to
euro jou ot Stomach, Liver or Ilov
el disorders', the Dltters should bo
your flrst choice. Past uxpcrlento
has proven its value In cases nl
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE,
INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, COS
TIVENE8S, GENERAL DEBILITY,
AND MALARIA, FEVIsIt AND
Try a bottle. All drunglsts.
W. II CHAWrOHD has thlH day
cold his Interest to Kong Took In tho
firm ot WINd WO CIIOXO, doing 11
general merchandise nnd coffee n-s-tniirant
business at I Hi Heielauln
Btrcet, Ilonolulil, to tho undersigned,
who assumes nil elclils of thu said
Honolulu. Paled, iMar Mb, l'iu7.
301-, .Mn,r. 9. H.. 2.1. Jill.
Make n strike in the right
direction and try a lb of
It gives complete satisfac
tion because it is. as Rood ns
butter can 'be. It's smooth,
rich taste is due to the puic
cream thnt it is made of and
the skill of the churncr.
TRY A POUND;
It Speaks For Itself.
We can now supply you with. A
new stock" of the sprinc churning
came on the Sonoma.
Order some California Cream
Cheese 20c a pound.
Henry Way & Co., Ltd.,
Retail 22 Phones 92 Wholesale
G Cottages and leasehold Intel est at
Cunha's Lane. These houses are con
nected with sewer and bring a month
ly rental of $72.50.
C. R OillHand,
023 FORT STREET.
W.W. Wright Co.
hive opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having iccur
ed the service, of a tint
claat thoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trutted to the.-n In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :t
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