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By TKANK II. SPEARMAN
Cflofitta, 1900. by flint II. 5iffM
1 1 1 "-N tlio big
trlko cniielit in
wo lind ISO en
gliieet nml lire
men on I lie pay.
roll. One him
ilnil nml ev-ciity-hlno
ed out. Olio fireman just one stayed
with tlio company; that was Dad Ham
lllun. "Yes," growled Dad, combating Ilia
protest of tlio strikers' committee, "t
know It. I Deloiig to jour lodge. Hut
I'll tell ') on uovr-mi' ,I'vo told )ou
nfore-I nln't goln' to strlko on tlio
company no long iih Neighbor In mauler
iitediniilc on this ilUI'lun: nln't n.golii'
to do it, nn' joti might ns well iutt.
If J on Jaw here from now till Christ
mnx. 'twon't change my uilinl liar n
And they didn't change It. Through
tlio culm mid through ilm storm, nml
It Htonni.il h.ua for uhlle, Dad Hani
lltoii, whenever wo could supply lilin
with mi engineer. Hied religiously.
No ofh;r man In the kit .lee could
hive ilouo It without g'tllng kllleil,
but Dad wns old enough to father miy
ifim umo-ig the Mrlke.-M Moreover,
ho war ii giant phystrailv mil occen
trie enough to iiinie nlo'u I'iruiigli the
lient cf the crWi ludllTcrciit to the
abuse of the other men. Iih gr-iy
hilrs nud hi tremjiilom p:i.vslcal
sticngth saved hl:i from penoir.l vio
lence. Our ninsliT ineelinnlc. Neighbor
was nuotlier big mini. six fis't mi Inch
In IiIm stockings, mid Ktiong iik it draw
bnr. Hctwecn, Neighbor mid the old
fireman there edited miiiu Kort of n
bond .i IIMug, nn ullliilly. lind Hnm
lltou had I'.reil on our division ten
sears. Tjieru nn no promotion for
ll.nl; he could never be nn engineer,
though 0:117 Neighbor knew wh.v. Hut
liil Job of llrlllg oil the ilveV division
was Hire ni bug iih Nei'ilnr signed
the pi) rolls nt the rocnillinme.
Hence there u.ii no RUiprise when
tlio nupciliitj'iiilciit ofTereil him nn en
glue. Just nfter the strike, Hint U.id
rciiisul tn t ike It
"I'm ii liremm, nud Nelghlnr kuow3
It. 1 nln't nn engineer I'll make
steam for n:ir nriu )o'i put In the call
uith me. but I waft tvc'i a throttlu
for no in i i. I hid It down? nml I'll
never pinch It iig.tiu an' no otTeu'
t' Jim. Nelghlnr. i-clther"
'IIium ended the negotiations Willi
ImiI on tlmt subject; thre ti mid ou
tre i ties we.'o uselejs. Then, tjn. In
spite of his prnfen'eil willingness tu
thiow coil fpr miy m-iii wo put on hh
engine, Pe wns ei illmiall) rowing
nlMiut the green Humeri wo g.iu- lilm
ll-ointhc standpoint of n r.illr ntl i.mn
they weio n tuugli assortment; for i
fellow ma) lie n good piPitcr. or a
handy mini with u Jul. plane, or nn
expel t miK-hiiicst even nud jrt u fail
ure us nn engine limner.
Alter ho got hold of I'oley, Nelghb ir
put him on n while with I Mil, mid tliu
grlzrlnl lireuiiin iiilckly ileclarcil that
I'o'ey ns tho only man uu tlio pay
roll who knew how to mno n ttulii.
Tho llttlo chap proved hucIi ii le
linrknlilo lind th.it I tried hard to get
bomo of his eastern chums to io:ne
out mid Join him. After n goad bit
of hustling no did got half n dozen
more HeiUIng bojs for our now curpi
of engine men. but tho i:ast Knd of-
Iklnls kept nil but one of them on their
I own divisions. Tlmt one we got be-
i causo nobody on tho K.nt Kml wnntcd
"Ihej'vo crimped tho whole bunch.
I'oley," Mild I, niiHH erlug Ills luuulrles.
"Theto'ii iiHt ouo fellow leported'hcro
no ciimo in on b thin mornlug.
Neighbor' hnd a little tall; with him,
but ho doemi't thlul: much of lilm. I
giie.ii wo' re out tho tiuuaportntlou on
"W'h.it'K bin niuueV ntked I'oley.
"Is hu tiff tho Heading'"
"Claim ho In; his uimn Is MeNeaP
".McNeill V" echoed I'oley, surprised.
"Not Oeoigle McNeil J"
"I don't know what his first nmno Is.
llo's nnthlng but u boy."
"Dark comploxloned fellow'"
"1'erhnps jou'il cull him Ihatj sort of
"fleoiglo McNeul. mro's jou'ru boru.
II )ou'o got tiliu you'vn got n bird,
lie ran opposite me between New York
uud l'hlladelplil.i on tho limited. 1
want tn seo him right off. If It's (ieor
glo, jou'ro all right."
I'o'ej's tail; nent a good wny with
mo any time. When I told Neighbor
i nbout It ho piUked up his ears. While
I wo who debating In rushed I'oley
i with tl o 1.U1, uu ho called lilm
I As Hu U would have It, Neighbor put
' tho boy on tho '.'II with Pad llnuill
t'MJi mid, liul. jroeeed.eiJ nL oui to
"Whnl's thn niflltiT'i" demnlided
NulKlilmr nnithl) whn tho old flre
"If lon'r, eolu' tn tiiift lbin tmbm
with Ikijh, I guis It's time for mo to'
quit I'm gettlu' preltj old. nnihinv"
"Wlnt's tho nmtlerV growled Xclrh
bor. tlll rurllcr, knowing full well that
If the old fellow had n good ronKoii ho
would Inne hlmtcd It nut nt the start.
"Nnlhlu's tho matter, oul) I'd Ilka
"Von won't get It," slid Neighbor
roughly "(In buck on jour run If
McNpaI don't behave, report him to
inc. nml he'll get his time"
It was a fnvorlte trick of Neighbor's.
Whenever the old flicmmi got tu ' buck
Jng" sIhiiU his engineer the in inter ii.p
chnnlc threitened to illxdiiirgu the cu
glneer. Tlmt settled It. Did Hamilton
wonldu't for the world If the r.1ile of
throwing nnothcr mnii out of n Job, no
matter how little he liked lilm.
The old fellow went back to work
mnlllllcd, but It was evident tint ho
nnd MeNenl didn't Inlf get on together
Thu boy was not mm h of u talker Vi t
he il'd his work well, nud Nelghlnir
Slid next to 1 tiley he was the ln
mini we had
About n week later I'oley cmno Into
tne olllco ono umnihig very inticli ex
"DM j on hear nbout the bny's getting
pounded Inst nlght-Ceorgle .McNeill?
It's n shame the wny theo fellows act.
Three of the stilkerx piled on lilin
while ho.wns going Into the postolllce
and thumped the life out of him Tho
cowardly hounds, to Jump on n man's
back that wny!"
roley," snld I, "that's the first time
thcj''vo tackled one of Dad Hamilton's
Thej'd never lime done It If Ih-y.
thoughl ther. was miy danger of I) ul'-i
getlhi-; rfter them. Tlicy kaow lis
doeu't HU? l!:o boy."
"It's nn oulrnge, but we can't do
nnythlng.' Vnnl.n nv that. Tell McNeil
to keep uwny from the poitnlllce. We'll
get his mull for blm"
"I told lilm that this morning. He's
tu bed nnd loo'is pretty bard, but ho
won't dodge tliiio fellows He il.ilms
It's n free country " grinned I'oley
"Hut I told lilm he'd get over that Men
lfh stink nut Jhls trouble"
As there has been nn unusually great
demand fur tlio last shipment of ltnlu-
Icr Hock Iker (Tne Hock that has
necr, nnd will never, bo excelled on
this mmket) wo lind ourselves shott
On April tho 1st wo will leielve n
largo now tlilpmeiit of this "Sprluit
Ionic" that will enable us tu tnko
rare of "All Comers." Hulnlcr Hollllm:
Miss Oldemaydc Younp; men are
so bold I Do you think any of the
young puppies would dare make
love to me?
Miss Youngbuddc Well, they
might, you know, before they got.
tlicir eyes Open-
IN OLDEN TIMES
Tcople Were Content To Take Things
Easier Than Now.
If oui forcfiitlKis (Oiibl behold the
modem loiouiollvcs, uutomohilcii nml
cledllc (.us. the) would hold up tlicll
liauds lu aHtonlrlimeut,
Tlio utiige-diaih was find enough
then people were more content to tuko
The) used tn be satisfied with aity
soil of a hair lotion that i.ime uIoiik
if It 'I'd not pievnnt Haldncbs they
tlioiight Jt was hcuiuse Haldncbs cuuld
not bo puiveuted
It's dlffeieiit now People kmiw (hut
genus (iiuso HaldueiiS uud' that New-
bio'n IJcipldilo Kills tho genu, llius
tiirlug Danitinrt mid pieventlug llald
ness. Sold by leudfug druggl-ils. Si nil 10e
In slaiiiiiH for sniiipln In The lletpiclilo
Co., Detroit, Mlili., Holllster Drug Co,
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnn
Dullnlln alves a complete1 nummary cf
mo news oi mo clay,
Jjsjr Pine Job Printing at tho Bui
Ictln Office, ,
make what I'oley termed
w : : ' r t -
Chase From Pillar To
Post To Get Road
Tlin liiiliinttlftnilnm In Pnlittft nt-u linVa
ing n sirrnun.H time irjlng tu gel a,h0STON BUILDING. THIRD FLOOa
ni.ui in ineir iioiillugs
such as was
promlscdluiii when they tnofr th.fi
up A, few da) ago the) went to heo
the (lovciuor, who hail rut mil tin It
JH.000 liiipioprinllon rrum tho IVK
loan bill Cnrtir was sjmputhi-tlr, and
nferred the jictltloners tn the Supu
Nlfom A delegation uf IMIolo homestcnUerS
nppenred nt the meellnp of tlia Kupor
vlwirs hist night ' The said that their
loads are in a deplorable londltlun mill
the) had come tn the Hoard ns A kiH
nnrt The) wanted
Iidvbe ns lu
what cinilip be done.
Ilustiue said Innt tin Uglslatnri of
13uJ had appropriated luone) for tliei-e
roads, but for some icawdi tlio nppo
printlou had not been spent The conn
t (iiuhl not alTuiil to ji.iv for thesj
Anher explained tlini ilie (iovcifior
"had the bag lie hnd i.msid tho cul
ling out of the money.
Tho I'alololtes explained that they
had vvulled on ihe Covunor lie hfid
Mid that It was up to the i-ounty to fix
theKi mails. He hnd '! them tu go
tn the .Supervisors lie had ilcellniil to
upend u dollar for the minis '
Hustnec said thai he wt Irjlng tu
Kl the Uglslntuie to gi f.c ciniut
mine money, and ho IiumuI hu would
KNOCKS SAM JOHNSON
Archer remarked tlmt II Sum John
son mil) had luteiests In I'alolo thcni
would undoubtedly soon bo n load
Tho mutter .wns fliuilh referred to
thu Ituad Couimlltie.
Arrher movel to glvo r.wn J20UO fill
the next mouth for roads, vVnlalim
fDOO, U'ulanae JJJO. lioglajjpoko JV'O.
Koolaulon $000 nud Honolulu $11,000.
Together with the other appropriation
this made the estimates total J3o,f..!.'i.
Dwicht nil I thin wus above the ap
propriation. A cut must 1m made.
The ihalrmnn asked Archer to tut
tho i:vva fund.' Archer kicked violent
ly. Hu called attention to the fact
that ho was doing so. "ir I don't kick
I don't get nothing," lie said, being
us liberal with his negatived utt Willi
Dwlghl moved to cut Koolaulon from
D00 to $700, Ceie objected to this,
btutlnc, that that would cripple tlw
work on the I'upuke.i mail.
scitAi' on i:sti.mati:s.
Archer Mild that tho I'upiikea home
slenders wcro in the bnino fix im.tlio,
rnlololtes, 'Ihe government sold them
homesteads, but no roads Harve) tald
It wns a good plan to build roads tu the
fettlemenlu. Kirn wauttd $12,000 for
Honolulu. I-'luall) Wulalun was ul
liiwed $S00 nnd Kooluuloa $S0U llar
vev wauled lo nllow the Polite Depart
ment $S0 more Hiistnce snld luukcn
hud told lilm that he was Mtlsfled that
tho department (mild get on with what
It was getting Harvey remarked thut
then laul.e.i murl have two wa)8 or
talking He had told hhu lie wanted
?0 more. The estimates worn finally
mloptid us ubovu
I lane) miiMil that $150 busnent 'oil
thu I'alolo mad IlnMaei a.ild tin)
lommlttio would tako tare p( that.
Hnivey said such miitlcis wein of leu
burled lu lommlltee. Ilnataie snld tho
committee would sio wluil It (ould do.
wneicupon naive) withdrew his mo
M01IA.M.Mi:i) AND Till: MOUNT
Auher kicked beciuiho Siitieilnteu-
dent 1'rnzec of the elutrle light sin
thin had not come to seu him or-lii the
"Its up to )ou to go to him," tald
Halve) '"lhat's what vim me nut
on the (juumlttcu for"
.Me! exihilmcd Archer, nlmost
ttupelled at tho enormity of the tig-
"Yes, )ou," letorted llurvo) relent.
Irssly "Tlmt is wlial you nro iiuld
.,,- l .
"Me?'' snld An her
go to u department
guess not "
head, k W l ii
Jluiiuger Clmiini'is of Wulmnnnlii
was npixilnlril road nveisccr of Will-
mmiiiio, in servo without nay
An her railed attention to tho 'ml
that u tesoliitlon had been iiussdd'tii
pay thn load laborers $l.ri9 a da). He
had opposed this, Now he suggested
lo make tho minimum pay $1.25, and
giving flie load overseer authority to
give thw dcseivlug laborers Jl.Bo! This
would stimulate the Inboieis. Hilstuco
li plied that the men who ilhl nut do
$l!iO worth of vvoi); n Oil) would be
The Hoard then udjoiirucd until
After a comploto offlclnl Imcstlgn'
Hon uud Hum Ing up by experts and
ctliein most dliettl) Interested. It
has been asceiliilued that (ho file lit
mrnncu companion throughout tho
world stand to lose, in round figures,
$200,000,000 by tho San Pranclsco
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C.E.
Comultinc; Hydraulic Engineer.
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