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15 stood otic Sun
lny morning In
t group watch
ing for her to
speed n round
t li o Narrow s.
tives ns I have
ecu mid rid
den. n new- una
Is always n wonder to mo-chokes mo
tip. oven, It menus so iiuicli. I hear
mon mvo over horses nnd mnrrcl nt It
wli-n I think of tho Iron horse. I hear
them dinner of distance, nnd my mind
turns to tho nnnlhllntor. I hear them
bras of ships, mid I think of tho ship
that plows; tho mountains nnd rivers
mill plains. And when they tnlk of
speed what can I think of tint her?
As tho new engine rolled Into tlio
yards my Iic.trt heat quicker. Her lines
were too Imposing to call strong. They
wore massive, yet so Blmplo you could
draw litem, Hko tho ncedlo snout of n
collie, to n very point.
livery hearing looked precise. eerr
Joint lojkcd supple. n she nncpt mag-
niitconry up and checked liorselrt-p.iut-In;;.
In front of tin.
I'oley was lit the cnb. Ho had been
cut on a lay-oft' nnd so happened to
bring In th.ti2W monster, wild, from
the vlvcr shops,
SIio was built In Pennsylvania, but
tho fellir.va o:i tho Missouri end of our
llfio thought nothing could over safely
bo put Into our lmiidi until they luiil
stopped It en route nnd looketl It oer.
"How does tho run, roleyV" nskod
Nclehlior. gloitlng silently over the
Toil as nu Icobov," said 1'olpy,
nwlnglng down. "Slio'd n regular sum
mer resort. I.lttlo stiff on Ihu bills
"We'll take that out of her." mused
Neighbor, climbing Into the cab to look
her orer. "Iljya, this Is up hi ;i Pal
lia:!." Iir added, ptnhlng h's bin head
t!irou;;'.i the rnli wludjw ir.:d peering
down nt the ninety Inch drivers under
"I prow C'7xy o:ic. or tw! looUlus
for the praliM," ileclai-ed KoVy. llllns
off it piece of tobaeeo i;n lit; hltelioil nt
bli overall. '-.Sh.' loor.n lll.o 11 sky
serper. Say. NolcliUur, I'm to net her
myself, nln't li" asked I'oley, with IiU
"Whrii Jle.Veal .-jets through with
lior. jo.." returitpil Neighbor srtillly,
Klvl i her a thlmbls of stcuin mid try
I up; tli ' nlr.
"Wlint!" erlod I'oley. nftectlns rr
prise. "Von koIiik to kIvo her to the
"I am," returned the muMcr meelian.
Ic unfeelingly, nnd he kept I1I1 wool.
('coTRlo .McNeill. Just n-nortliijT for
work nfler tho Mission In his c.ib with
the lixw end or 11 loiuieetliiK rod, wns
Invited to titko out tho skyscraper
I.SS, Class II -mi shu wits listed, and
Dad Hamilton of eoursu took tbo scoop
to lire bcr.
"Tliry cot evcrythlnR good that's, so
Inp," crumbled I'oley.
"They aro good people," retorted
Neighbor. IIu also nsslgnnl u helper
to tho old fireman. It was n new thing
with us then, it fellow with n slleo bar
to tllklo tliii grate, and Pad. of course.
kicked. Ho always kicked. Neighbor
wasted no wordn. Ho (.Imply sent the
liclicr back to wlplujj until tho old tiro
man should cry enough.
Very likely yon know that n new
ciisluo must be regularly broken, ns 11
Iiomo Is broken, before It Is ready for
Btutdyhnnl work. And iik (leorglo Me
Neat was not very strong jet, bo wns
appointed to do tho bicuktiig.
Tor two months It wns a picnic
light runs nnd easy lay overs. After
tho smash nt tbo Narrows Hamilton
hail sort of taken tho kid engineer un
der bis wing, nnd It wan pretty gen
erally understood that imy ono who eP
bowed Ueorglo McNcnl must reckon
with his doughty old flremnii. So tho
two' used to march up mid down street
together, ns much Ilka chums ns 11 very
young engineer mid a ery old llamiau
possibly could be. 'J'hey talked togeth
er, walked together and nto together.
I'oley was ns jealous us 11 cut of Ham
ilton, because be had biought Ceorgle
out west and felt a sort of guardian In
terest In that quailcr himself. Iteally
anybody would lovo (Icorglo MeNeal;
old Dad Hamilton was proof enough of
Ono evening, Just nfter pay ilny, I
saw tho pair In tho postoltlco lobby
getting their checks cashed, I'resently
tho two stepped otor to tho money
order window. A moment later each
came away ulth u money older.
"Is that where you leave your
(renlth, Ocorgloi" I asked ns ho caino
up to speak to me.
JTyt of Ji. I'oes tliora ejejr inoiith,
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FRANK H. SPEARMAN
Cor right, lom, by frank II.
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Mr. Ilecil," be smliol, ."Checks nro
rumilug light, too. now eh. Dadj't
"A Jouiig fellow like you ought to
brf putting money nwny In tbo bank,"
"Well, yon sen 1 hnvc n bank back
In I'enusylvauln, n bank that Is now
sixty years old nnd getting gray
headed. I haven't sent her much since
l'vo been 011 tho relief, so I'm trying
to mako up a little now for my old
"Where does yours go, Dad?" I
"Me." nnswcml the old man era
slroly. "I've got n boy back east: get
tlug to be a big 01.0 too. He' lu
school. When aro jou going to glva
us n passenger run with tbo sky
scraper. Neighbor'" naked Hamilton,
turning to tho master mechanic.
"Soon as wo get this wlient, up 011
tho high line, out of tbo way." replied
Neighbor. "Wo haven't half cnglues
enough to movo It. nnd 1 get a lro
aliout every six hours to movo It faster,
Every siding's blocked, clear to Ilel
grade. How many op thoo UO.onO
pound cars can you take over Her
erly hill with your skyscraper';"
Ho was asking Imth men. Tbo eii.
Cluccr looked at bis climu.
"I roeko'i inn) ho thlrty-lltoorfortr,"
said McNcal. "Uh. Dndl"
"JInybe. son," growled Hamilton,
"nnd break my back doing II"
"I gavo you n helper once, and you
kicked him off tho tender," retorted
"Don't wnnt anybody raking ashes
for me not wbllo I'm drawing full
lime," wan rrownod.
Hut the upshot of It wns that wo put
tho skyscraper nt hauling whent, ami
within 11 week sbo was doing tho work
of a double header.
It was May, nnd a thousand 1111)0
east of ns. In Chicago, thcro wns trou
ble In tbo wheat nit on tho board of
trade, l'ou w'ould hardly suspect what
queer things that wheat scramblo gavo
rlso to. iiirectlng Georglo McNcal mid
old mm Hamilton and a lot of other
fellowB nwny out on n railroad di
vision on tho western plnln. but this
was tho way of It:
A man sitting In u Utile ofllco on
I.nsntlo street wroto n few words on
n very ordlnaty looking sheet of paper
and touched n button. That brought n
colored boy, and ho took tbo paper
out to n young mail who sat nt tlm
eastern end of n private wire.
Tbo next thing wo knew orders be
gan to como In hot from tho presi
dent's olllce tbo president of tho road,
if you please to get that wheat on tho
hlv'li Hue Into Chicago, mid to get It
Trainmen, elevator men. sttperln
trndeiitrt of motive power, were upur
red with special oulers and special
bulletins, raimers, ktartled by tho
great prices offering, hauled night and
day. i:ery old tub wo Jir.d lu tho
.hops and 0:1 tho scrap was overhauled
and hustled Into the t.crlcc. The ill
Usliui tlnucod with excitement, livery
bushel of wheat on It must bo lu Chi
cago by tho morning of May ai.
I'or two weeks wo woiked every
thing to tb limit. Tho skyscraper led
nny two engines on the line, liven
Dad Hamilton was glad tr try enough
and tnl.o it helper. We doubled them
every day, nnd tbo way tho wheat Hew
over the line toward tho lower end
of Lake Michigan wns appalling to
cpeciilntors. It was n battloletvecn
two commercial giants, ami it battle
to tlio denth. It shook not nlono the
country; It slunk tho world. Hut that
wns nothing to us; our orders wero
Imply to movo tho wheat. And tho
Tho last week found us pretty well
cleaned tip, but tho high prleo brought
grain out of ccllarsjnnd wells, the buy
ers snld-nt lenst.lt brought nil Ihn
hoarded wheat nnd much of tho scol
wheat, mid tho liStli day of tbu mouth
found fifty cars of wheat still lu tlm
Ziiuesvlllo yards. I wns nt Harvard
working on 11 tlmo caul when tho word
came, and behind It n special from
tho geuernl manager Hinting there wns
$1,(101) premium lu it for the compauy,
besides tailff, If wo got that wheat Into
Chicago by Saturday morning.
The train end of It didn't bother mo
nny, It was tho motlvu power that
kept in studying. Hon ever, wo tlgnrut
that by running MeNeal with the sky
scraper back wild wo could put ull tbo
whent behind her In ono train. As It
happened, Neighbor wns nt. Harvard
"'Can they over i;-t oyer Heverly with
CO, Neighbor" I nskad doubtfully.
"WVll never know till wo try It,"
'"l kSHSr 1 Mm
AM WA V , sMn
Ti0 toll )nr 11 ii 11 1 .
' .t, 1.
prow led Neighbor. "Tr.cro'ii a Ihon
land for the company ir they do: that''
all. IIow'll you rw them? tilve tluai
tiienty of sea num. They'll havu to
gallop to make It"
Cool and reckless plauufu-,-. taking
tho daring rhr.nccs. straining the ilcil.
and I1I05.I. driving tlio steel badeil to
Uie snapping pjlut tint was what It
meint. Ilnl IIu- coxpar.y wnatel te-su!t-s.
wanted the prestige end the pre
mium tos. To rjilii the.-.i wo wero ex
pectetl to ntrstc'i our little resources to
I studied n minute, then turned to
"Tell Norman lo rend fie:n out cs
necon.I -I. T1i.it glres the right of wry
dver every wheel against them. If
thpy can't make It i-i tint kind of
schedule. It Isn't lu tbo track."
It was o.tlrmrdluary bnslnens, rath
er, sending a train of wheat through
on n passenger schedule, practically ns
the second section of our eastbound
lller. but wo took Inlr lift Ins chances
on the plains.
It was noi; when 'io orders were
Hashed. At .'( o'clock N. I wrm duo to
leiuo Znnesvllle. Tor three bourn t
kept tho wires bwy srariilng nil op-
I orators nnd trainmen, even switch on
. glnes and ynrdmnstcrn. of tho wheat
I Bpt-clul, second -1.
I Tlio tiler, the first section and regit
' lar porseuger train, wns checked out
of Xanesvlllo on time. Second -I. which
meant Ocorgle MeNeal. Dad. tho sky.
' scraper and fifty loads, of wheat, ro
I ported out at IWO. Wbllo wo wnrkml
on our time card Neighbor In tho dis
patcher's ofllco across the bnll figured
out that the wheat train would enrich
the company Just $11,000, tolls 11111J
premium, "If It doesn't break lu two
on Ilivorly bill," growled Neighbor,
wllh it qualm.
On tin- dltpitchefs Mieet, wh'eli Is n
sort of p.iu3rci.'!i. I watched the bU
train whirl put station nfter station,
dinwliig f.cidlly nearer to 111. ami do
ing II, the marvel, on full pa.s;nger
time. It wrft n grent feat, mid floorgle
McNcal. wl'op nerve, mid brain were
guldljig the trc'iiuilnus had, was
breaking rei-nrls with every icllest-jtip.
They woro due In llarvnrd nt 0
o'clock. The first I. our lller. pulled In
and out on tint", inivtl'tg ."m, the wet.
Iiouttil overland frelgl;:. nt l'e scrotal
n'.at! :j vast of lliirvnril - lie ll-.td.
Neighbor and I ittt ''it'i t'i" ill.v,
piitchcnt up In their ol!l- 11 lokl'i?.
The wheit t-i!:i wns now title f-nai the
wi-s. nnd. IjilJnr nt my .rattb. I
rteppeU to tlm weiieru wltrliw. Al
most Imuii'dlately I hu.inl the ln:ig, pt
eullaily h'olhw hHft uf tlm s'lyscraper
whistling for Ih.- upper ynttl.
"Sho'a coming" I e.elalmeil,
Tho boy: crowded to the window,
but Xclgubir bnppeniHl to'glnuco to
'"Whal'ii Unit cjjilng In fro-t t!ie
Juuctlo'i. Ili:l!.v'i" hu escl.iluied, till Si
In.1; to the I m-iiI il'sinlcli-c. Wo Ijoknd
uud hw 11 lie.idll-;lit III tho cajt.
"Wlrro do they mejtl"
"Klfty-tlvo tikes the long siding III
from the .luuethn" which was two
iuIIim i-att "nitil ah? img'it (a be 011 It
right now," mhinl the dispatcher mix
lously, linking o.- the master mechan
ic's n!i:nldo. . No ,-lilnir Jvmp.'d 111 If a
bullet hnd Htrucl. him. "Phe'll never
tako n siding tuulglit. fba's coming
djwn tlio ui'ilu track. What's her or
ders V l;o Cemiiidcil'fuilously.
"Meet'ng orders for first I nt lied
bud. Etvoml -I her-, 7!l nt ilencisi
Great Jupiter," cried the dispatcher,
and his fnee went side uud wared,
"they've forgitlcn lucond -I!"
"They'll thlnlt of her a lot. Hnie
doad," roared Hit m.iiter niiiclruj!" tav
ngcl', Juwplns t.i tkc we3t window.
'Throw yaur red lltfbti! TJicm's tin
l'i?pj7,J,"rJnp..' (Concluded Tomorrow)
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Consulting Hydraulic Engineer.
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