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I pk r. rK .
r. r.o. f.f. vM r.t( W
a &k Nerve
llKlli: linil devil
rumors nil win
ter that the en
glnivrs w urc
going Id strike.
t Ii o operating
ilu pur tin cut
Ii a (1 warning
enough, Yi-t In
tho railroad life there It always fric
tion In soino quarter. Tlio railroad
man sleep? lll;o din Midler, with nn
par alvrt, but Just tliu same lio sleeps,
fur Willi wnklng comes tlutj'.
Our engineers wcro good fellows. If
they had faultH they were American
faults-rashness, n liberality bordering
on extravagance and a headstrong, vio
lent way of lochias conclusions
trails lioin of nblllly mid self conll
denco and developed by prosperity.
One of the licit men wo bad on u lo
chaiollvo was Andrew Cameron: nt tbo
mine time lie was dim of the h.irdcit
to manage. hocauo lie wns young and
headstrong. Andy, n bis, pnwei fill fel
low. tail oppoille ldW Kpiiupily on
the lller. Tbo fact runs require young
men. If you will notice, you will rarely
see an old ougliuor o:i n f.tst pasongor
run liven n young man can Nt'i::il only
a few jeiri of tint kind of v.jrk. IIIrIi
peed o'l a l.i.-oautivu Im ii ii'iestlon of
nerve mid piidiiraiue -t.i pat It bluutly,
a ipiest'on of He'll nud bVjd.
"Von iloa't th!al niueli of tbli rtrlke.
do you. Mr. ItecdV" B.i:d AuJy to me
"Don't think UrTp'j sjIuk to bj auv.
lie l.tubed kuiiwiii;!'.
'What iiclu.il crloririeo Irtve t!it
UokV" 1 iislinl.
"The troulilo'u on tho i:ast l.'ai'," U.
"Is Hint any teisii'i f. paUbs n
tli iihiuuI lern o.;t ou this riidl"
"If oil" bop i ii-jl. tliey all K."
"Wo:ild you b oat t"
"Wo lid I? W.l lit!"
"A ma i wlt'i n lii.ue and n .-ft. nml
a luliy luy lle ynirs oaalit j litive
tiP'.tlus lip to L'.nt'. he I.-.ushpil
apiilu paiflliluiilly. "Tliit'R nil il;;ht.
We'll I'l-liiB Jon fellow i tn trrin."
"Mnjl.e." I repoiled hi he ibi'cil t'.ie
door. I'.ut I hadn't the Klkliteit Idea
tliey wjuld licsln the ntlenpt tint
alBht I wn.i ut borne Mini muud
asleep v, hen tlu- rullei- tapped on my
nlniloir. I threw up tli. sa-ili; It
wan pom lug ruin anil dir!; in n pie.ut.
"Wlail 1 1 It. linriiey? A wrcekV
"Womp than tti.it. r.rcrythlas'a tied
"What do jiiii iiiean'i"
'Thi' eiiKlneers hae strii"k."
"Struck? What lime ! Itv
"Half past II. They went out at fi
o'clocl ." 'J'lirnwIiiB on my clothes, I
llouinleml beblinl Itarney's lantern 1 1
the depot. Vliu siiperlutcudent was
alre.idy In Ids ollleo talklui: to ho
Iliilletlns came In eiery few inliiulei
from arinit-. points iiiiununcliiB trains
tied up. lleforo Inns wo hoc in to bear
from tho Knst llnd. CIiIcubo repartisl
all eiiRlneeis out; Omaba wired no
trains iiioWiik. When the huh rose
that iiianilii;; our entire rysteni. e:.
teadlns tliroiiBh seven states nud ter
ritories, was absolutely p:irul. zed.
It was an iistoiiuilliij; bltiintlou, but
oan Hint iuut be met. It meant either
'l? Sn'rf VlU it
V A Mit
an iKiiomlnlGiui surrender to the ea
Klaeeis or a fight to tbo death. Tor
oar p.irt. wo bad only to wait for
orders. It wns jimt 0 o'clock when
tho chief train dispatcher, who was
tapping at a key, snld:
"Here's bometlilin; from headquar
ters." We crowded close around him. His
pea flow across the clip; tho mpuuiko
was addressed to nil division mper
Intendeats, It was short, but at the
end of It bo wrotu a name we rarely
saw la our olllce. It was that of tho
lallroml inflKiuito wo knew as "tho old
man." tho president of the system, aud
Ids words were fow:
".Move the trains!"
".Move the trains!" rtpp.tted the su
perintendent. "Yes, but trains can't
bo limed by pinch bars nor by main
Wo spent tho day nrsiilnis with the
strikers. 'Ihey worn filendly, but llrm.'
rcisuakion, outrentles, Ihreijts, wo ex
bausteil nud ended. Just wbcro wo bo
Ban, except that wo had lost our tem
pers. Tho Bill! set without tho turn of,
a whcfll. The victory of tbo Hist duy'
was certainly with tho strikers,
Next day It looked pielty hluu iirouml
tlu depot. Nut a car wai moved. Tho
engineers nnd llremou were a unit.
Hut tbo wires suiiy hard all Hint day
and all that night. Just beforo mid-"Ji-'liL
md''aKl!i!lrPi!JJl!it No Ir-our
ft 4 it V ' Vt'4 VI 4
AA 4 V.4 '44 44 44 '411
IiIr passeuKcr Iralii, the Denver filer
I lind starfisl out on time, with the su
' perlafetidcnt of motive power as en
. Blinvr and a wiper for llremnu. The
inessace cniiia from the second vice
j president. He promised to icllvcr the
train to our division mi time the uc.t
evening, and be asked. "Can von Bet It
turoiiuli to DenerV
Wp looked nt each other. At last all
eyes Bravltntcd toward Neighbor, our
Tlii' liidu dlpatcber wns wnltlns.
"What shall I say?" he nsked.
lb" division chief of the motive inw
er was a tremendously bis Irishman.
with n voice like n fog born. Without
nn lustant'a hesitation tuu answer came
"Hay 'yes!' "
livery one of us started. It was
throwing the gage ()f battle. Our word
bad Bono out; tlio division wns pledged;
the light was on.
Next evening the strikers through
some mysterious channel fiot word Hint
tbo lller was expected. Alsntt I o'clock
a crowd of tlietn began to Bather round
It was after 1 o'clock when No. 1
pulled In, aud the foreman of the Oma
ha roiinilliouso swung down from tho
locomotive cab. The strikers clustered
around the cubIuo like a nwimn of nn
Rry bees, but that night, thonjli there
was plenty of Jeerlug. there waj no
actual lolence. When they saw
Ncluhbor climb Into the cab to take
the run west there was a sullen si
lence. Next day a rnuimltteo of strikers,
villi Andy Cameron, ery cavalier, at
their head, called on me.
'.Mr. ilteed." said be olllclously.
"wo'vo come to notify you not to ran
any more trains through here till this
strikes sol tied. Tlio bojs won't stand
It. That's all." With that ho turned on
his heel to tenia with Ids follow-big.
"Hold on. Cameron." I replied, rais
ing my hand as I spoke; "that's not
qultu nil. I suppose you men repre
sent jour grlevauco committee?"
"I happen to represent. In tbo sup
erintendent's absence, the manage
ment of this road. I (.Imply want to
ay to .ion mid to your committee
that I take my orders from tho presi
dent nud thu genera! luniiiiRcr not
from you nor nujhudy you represent.
livery hour the bitterness Increased.
V.'e got a few trains through, but we
wero terribly crippled. As for freight,
wo mado no prcteiiso of moving It
Train loads of fruit and meat rotted
In the jni'ds. The strikers grew more
turbulent dally. They licit our now
men and crippled our locomotlies.
Then oar trouble:! with the new men
neiu utmost as bail". They burned out
our criwn rbosts; they gjt mixed
up on orders all (ho time. They ran
Into opon switches and Into each other
continually and had tn icry nearly
I kept tab on nno of the new en
gineers for n week. He lieg'in by
backing Into a diner to hard that he
smashed ciery dlli In the car nnd
rniks! by riuuiln;; Into a siding a few
dajs later ami felling two tanks of
oil on fire, that hurtled up n freight
depjt. ' I llsurcd he coil lis S 10.000 tbo
wi-elc be i an Then bo wont hack to
After this experience I was sitting
lu my ollleo one ciculng, when n
youngish fellow lu n rloiich hat opened
the iloji' nud stuck bis head In.
"What do ou waut'i" I Browlod.
"Are you Mr. Iteedi"
"What do you wautV"
"I want to fpeak to Mr. Itee.l."
"Well, what hi It?" '
"Arojoii .Mr. Itee.l?"
"Confound you, yes! Whnt do you
"Mo? I don't want anything. I'm
Just asking; that's all."
Ills linpiidenco staggered mo so that
1 took my foot off the desk.
"Heard jou wero looking for men,"
"No," I wiapped. "I don't want any
"Wouldn't be any show to get on an
engine, would theio?"
A week earlier I slnuld have risen
and fallen on his ueik, hut theie had
"There's a show to get your head
broke," I suggcleil.
"I don't mind that If I get my time."
"What do jou know nbout running
"Htm ouo throe ycaia."
"On a tluaihlug machine'"
"On tho I'hlladolphla and Itendlng,"
"Who sent yon In hero?"
l&lsl(l loomed lu."
I ejus! lilui sharply as ho dropped
Into n cbnlr
"When did j-ou ijult the llilladclpbla
"About six months ngg."
I K-gnit lo get Interested. After a
few more questions 1 took him Into
the superintendent's olllce, but nt the
door I thoiicbt It well to drop n bint
"Iiok here, my friend. If you're a
spy you'd belter keep out or th. This
man would wrlug your neck as quick
as hu'il sink an orange. See?" ,''
"Let's tackle him nnjbow." rcpllco
tlio fellow, eying mo coolly
I Introduced lilin, lo Mr Imcaster
and left them together. I'retty soon
the superintendent came into my olllce
"What do you in.iko of him. ItcedJ"
"What do jou make of him?"
Ijiiicaster studied n minute.
"Tnkp hlis, over to the raniidhoine
ond see what be kiriws."
I walked mcr with the new find,
shading warily. When we reached a
live cngliio I told h'ln to link It over.
He threir off his p.i.it. p'i ke.l up r.
piece of waste and swung P.i the cab.
"Hum her cm! In tlu switch." said !.
iti'pptug up myself.
He pinched the thri'tle. md
nteamed rlnwly nut of the hii:p., .'.'
n:lir.'.te showed he was r.t homo on an
"Can you handle It?" I ns'..ed ns.h?
that ofi after ti.ii.klug ibwu to Ihf
"Yon uie roft i oil." lie i-jpllo I. try
Ing the Injie'.or. 'Tn mc! t hml
This lujecjf Is new to me Jucs I
can work It. tli-m h."
"What did you .ny yor.r uime was?"
"! didn't say."
"Whit Is 111" I nrked e-irt'.y.
"V'e!l, l'ol"y. If yc-i h.iv? rs ir.'len
sense nt you have pall y o.i lit !
Bet nlrjj. If you act btm'-.h:, vi'i
never want a J ib n :a!:i as I in ; in
live. If jou ilan't, juii w ei't want In
live cry bar."
"(lot iriy tobteci?"
"Here. I!.ir,ter." n!d,'. f r-'m t t'
rot'iidluiiKp f-i-e".!, "Hi i r itey
(live him a 'iy.v. ir;d lajrtMilin up '.3
go out on 77 lo:iI';lit. If lb iuau!u'y
with iinyt'ihr: nr.mud the Inn e. kl!l
Ulster loi'.cd nt 1'ily. nud I'o'ev
looked at DistT. a i !. !'. sji-r not go'
tin; Hie lobaco out ipilc'e ij-hhv;!i, J'o
lev le.ahrled hl"i he win walling.
Wp didn't pretend ti r.t.i fro';!i'.
Ii"t I' c . iel:"'e I ti tn- fie fello-.v on
one. feell'i tare 1'iat I." he.f, "i c-uit:
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(To Be Continued)
It penetrates and cleanses the min
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mouth. It Is healthful. It Is the only
thing to use If ycu have a real gen
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The friend of the teeth lo SOZO
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