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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. 7, IDAS.
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' lire often brought on by eating green
.' vegotahles ami unripe fruit, or by
! sudden changes In weather, excessive
heat, gulping down Iced drinks, etc.
anil lire pi event ind quickly cuieil
. DUFFVS PURE BUT VVHISKEV
i, Mrs. Freeman Vigorous at 114.
In nn inlet lew with Mrs. Camp-
".' bell, who lives it Ited iUnk, l'n ,
' mid who Is the daughter of Mm.
Freeman (114 e.irs of age), ho
j ulntcd: ' My mother has been using
Duffy's Ture Malt Whiskey and Is
anxious to have me tell J on that she
felt Us strengthening effects at once.
Wo know that It has done her a
great deal of good. She Is 11 1 years
of ago anil needs something to mis-
tnln her strength. She thinks It Is
a great stimulant and no old person
should bo without It. I. mjsolt.
know what sho inys nhout our
medicine la tho tiuth."
lUtf's'luro Mall Whlskcv kll's
tho dUuaso genus nnd Kccjo the sys
tem In a normal, healthy condition,
i It keeps tho old joung, the oung
strong; It Is Invaluable as a tonic
for overworked men, delicate women,
und sickly children. Duffy's l'urc
Malt Whiskey Is an absolutely pure
distillation of malted grain: great
enro being used to have eiery kernel
thoroughly malted, thus destrolng
(ho germ and producing a predicat
ed liquid food In the form of n malt
essence, which Is the most effective
tonic stimulant and luvlgorator
known to science; softened by
warmth and moisture. Its palatabll
Ity and freedom from Injurious sub
stances render It s that It can be
retained by the most sensitive stom
ach. If weak and run down, take a tea
spoonful four tin- a day In half a
glass of milk nnd water.
Duffy's 1'uro SHU t Whiskey Is bold
throughout tho wroild by druggists,
gioccrs nnd dealers, or shipped dl
lect for 1.00 per bottle.
If In need of advice, white Con
sulting Physician, Duffy Malt Whis
key Company, Rochester, New York,
stating your case fully. Our doctors
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with a handsome Illustrated, medical
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thousands of gratifying letters re
ceived from men nnd women In nil
walks of life, both old and young,
who havo been cured and benefited
by tho usof tho World's greatest
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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OF the KANSAS
By LOUIS TRACY,
Author f "The Wln of Hit Mornlns." "The Pillar mTUiht," EM.
COPYRIGHT. 1000, DY
CHAPTER VI CONTINUED
(From Last Saturday )
Hut he e.U'il the Inrush of the sea
vtlth much disfavor, to he leaped up
on thu table W'Mdi- HHIe and looked
nt her as though be would ask why she
had permitted this sacrilege.
Though the dog vtni apparently un
scathed and In the lest of condition,
his head and fore p.ivts were blood
stained. Ills nihi-nt dispelled the mitt
which was gathering In the girl's
brain. Mie fcunM a tragedy, jet Joey
assuredly would not bo so cheerful, po
daintily desirous to mold thu splaslit
Ing water In the cabin If his master
were Injured. The mere resenco of
the dog vtus n guarantee that Courto
nay had not quitted the ship.
"Oh, Joey," sho said, "I vIsh you
Tho sound of her own voice Btnrtled
her. She was yielding to nervousness
again nnd was on the point of ventur
ing out, nt le.4st as fnr as the deck
house ran, to sec If she could distin
guish what was taking plnco on the
after pnrt of tho vessel, when Dr.
Chrlstobal entered. '
"I Mippo-e jou thought you wore. for
guitenV" he cried, with a pfcutsant
mulle, for Chrlstobal vtouldhavo a
"I tujipotc iiiu thought you were Jor
ot(c j " he cried.
smllo for a onion even on his death
bed. "There, now, don't try to ex
plain your feelings. You havo had a
very trying time, nnd I want you to
obllgo mo by drinking this."
"This" wus n glass of chnmpngno
which lie hurriedly poured out of a
small bottle he was cnrrjlng Into a
gluss which ho produced from a
pocket. The mere sight of tho wlno
caused Klsle to realUu that her lips
and paluto weru on tiro with suit. At
one moment she hnd not thu slightest
cognizance of her Buffering. At tho
next hIic felt that speech was Impossi
ble until sho drunk. Never before hud
she l.uowu what thirst was.
"Ah, that Is better," tald tho doctor.
"Now-, If jou don't mind, wo shall havo
tho door closed."
With peuco suddenly restored to tho
room and her faculties helped moro
than t-ho suspected, Ulslo began to
wonder what had happened.
"Where aro tho others," sho asked,
"and why aro you tnklng things so
coolly? Captain Courtenny said"
"Captain Courtenay said exactly what
ho meant. Hut circumstances proved
too strong for him. Wo shall not bo
able to leavo tho ship Just yet."
"Can't they lower any of tho boats?"
"Most decidedly. Two boats have
been gone boiiiu time. I Imagined you
knew that. Did not tho captain tell
Klslo felt that her companion's glib
tone was artificial. Something had oc
curred which ho was keeping from her.
Shu bcllecd that ho had gono to tho
salon to procure tho wlno so Wat sho
might have what men called, Dutch
courage when bad uows came.
"I hate not exchanged a dozen words
with tho captain slnco you refused my
belli In tho foro cabin," sho said. "Ho
had other mutters, to attend to than
explaining tho progress of events to
Aie. Why cnuuot you trust mo? I
shall not scream nor faint nor binder
you In your work. I nsk you again,
whero aro tho others?"
"You mean Miss Baring ,and Mrs.
"It they aro living, they are far
enough away by this time. When their
boat was lowered It was cast off pre
"Well, jcs. Courtenay had just plac-
ftd MVis Turing's maid on board when
some of tho crew let go tho ropes.
What could wo do? Wo wcro forced to
depend on them." (
"Is there no other boat?"
Chrlstobal throw out his hands in
his characteristic gesture. Ho was bo
emphatic that ho spilled soma or tho
EDWARD J. CLODE
"Inn lake It lruvclv," ne Mid. "I
may as well gle you the whole story
The fir.it lnt loweird was loat
through the nieti's own bungling, the
captain pajs. Then lliere was n des
pirate light fur tho three leuialulng
crart. Jlost of the olllccr.i nero killed.
Courtenay got n few of us together
when Isobcl unl Mp. Knnierillli Join
ed jou here, iiml we held off such of
the t:indm'ii its tried to ii'lie the Jolly
ln.it. They ninniigjd lo lower two life
bo.its, but ln'tween murder nud panic
not half of the crow escaped In that
way. Tour men who wore left liefilnd
promised oln'Olenif. nnd Miilnilin, the
Ktcwnrd. wns pliieed In clurge. with
Mr. Oray ni seennd In loiu'.mind. One
of the eiiglneern. acting on the cap
tain's orders, brought a can of oil
from tho engine room and threw It,
over tho side I if hand fills. The result
wns muglqnl. We lowered the boal
cnslly, placed M. dc I'olnclllt on board
becauxo he was worse than the wo
men, and then Courtenay, as you know,
brought It-oliel, the minister's wife,
who refused to go without her bus
b.ind, and the maid. Theru was room
for you nud' another, so, nt the cap
tain's request. Tollemache and I tors
ed for the vacancy. Meanwhile Courte
nay had turned to go for you when
we heard a shout from Oray. Two of
the Chileans had cart o!T tlie rope
which kept tho boat alongside. Gray,
who was fending her from the ship
with the bout book. Jabbed one fel
low In the face with It, but he was
too late. The boat raced off Into the
darkness. And here we arc!"
That Chrlstobal left several things
unsaU i:is!e knew unite well. It
dawned nn the girl that both her elder
ly friend nud she herself were accept
ing nn extraordinary situation with re
"How in liny of us remain on tho
ship?" she askod.
"Very few on tho effcctlvo list The
captain, an engineer whose name I do
not know, Mr. Tollcmncbe and our
selves mnkc up tho total."
"Where Is Sir. IJoyle?"
"Ah, poor Ilnylet I fear he Is done
for. He Is very badly wounded. I
bandaged him as well as I could, but
tho call on deck wns ImpcratUe."
"Is he li tho salon? Should we not
go to him?"
"I havo only Just left him. The
hemorrhngo has stopped, and I gave
lilm some brandy. Tlellcvc me, wo can
do nothing moro for him. I told
Courtenay it' was qulto useless to place
him on board the boat. You may bo
sure lie was not forgotten."
"I did not Imagine that any one
would bo forgotten," said Elsie, and
for some reason tho light In her eyes
caused Chrlstobal to go on rapidly:
"Wo have a whole crowd of Injured
men on, board. Miss Maxwell. At pres
ent wo can render them no aid. I
thought It wisest to obey orders. The
captain told me to bring you (Soiuo
wine and remain with you here. It
will not .bo for long."
"Why do jou Bay thnt?"
"The ship appears to be lodged hard
and fast on a reef or sand spit I am
told the tide Is rising. If that Is so,
our only hope Is In tho,raft which our
three allies aro now constructing. With
a falling tide we might have a breath
ing space at low water. As slt Is,
Ho was Interrupted by tho opening
of tho door nnd the consequent roar of
tho gale. It was Walker? tho engi
neer, n lank, swarthy man, with a long
black mustucho which drooped for
lornly down tho sides of his mouth.
He shouted with tho Inlmltablo accent
"Yo wanted, Docto' Chwlstobal. Tho
captain thinks Mr. Itoylo Is bcttaw."
"May I come, too?" asked Elsie.
"Xo, mlssle. You bide he-aw."
"I'lcasu tell mo lwfore you go If the
ship Is full of water."
"She's dwy as a bone." said Walker.
A sea splashed over blm und sent a
thowor Into tho cablu. "a lewy wet
bone," ho added, with a broad grin,
for tho Northumbrian hud a ready wit
though ho had such a solemn Jowl,
nnd ho could not pronounce an "r" to
cave his life.
So Hlsle wns left with Joey for com
pany once more. A chronometer show
ed that thu hour was p.ist midnight.
Sho knew sulUcIent of the sen to un
derstand that thu clock was probably
accurate, as thu course had practically
followed the same meridian slnco the
Kansas quitted ' Valparaiso. Ho the
ship and thoso left on board had en
tered on another day. How little she
had thought that to bo posslblo when
tho awful knowledge first cumo to her
that tho Kansas was ashore! How
long ago was that? Then sho rcmem
licred that when Courtenay placed her
In his cabin with the promise to bring
Isobcl to her she had noticed tho time,
II o'clock. Wns It conceivable that
only ouo hour had elapsed Blnco she
md her four footed friend were Oung
III of n heap Into n comer by tho Im
pact of tho vessel ngalnst tho sand
bank? Onu hour! Surely there was
some mistake, Hlio puzzled over the
problem, recounting each event slnco
tho conclusion of dinner, and finally
convinced herself that her recollection
wns not nt fault.
Joey wns becoming restless, no
dsatciL Iwi'luyaijl njul-fQCwjixd pu..th.B
tabic! wIiorohVITaT FnUcn rof"ugofrOnl
the Invading Hood. Indeed, the dog
knew long before Klslo that. tho Kan
sas was afloat again. At last she no
ticed that the water In the cabin was
gargling to nnd fro, nnd In the snmo
Instant sbo felt the regular swing of
the moving ship. Sho was speculating
on the outcome of this now aondltloo
f affairs when the door epened tod
Walker thrust his lantern jawed fact)
within. Ho grinned cheerfully.
"I've come to fetch you to jo' cabin,
Wlss," ho announced. "Tho ship's un
der weigh, nn ns yo' pwobably am
winging wet the captain says yo' ought
to change yo cl&'os."
Joey followed her out, but deserted
her instantly. She saw the leason
when Walker helped her to reach .tho
oriuga companion, courtenay was in
the chart houso at the wheel. He gave
her a friendly nod ns sho passed.
Somehow Klsto felt safe nun that the
ship was In the captain's hands iigaln.
WAI.Ki'Il wns about to take
her to the salon, whence nu
Inner staircase communicat
ed wlrti the principal stnte
rooms, but sho knew that the door
lending' to the promenade deck had
been left unlocked, so she signaled lilm
to lend her tho speediest way. Speak
sdc coitld not. Although there was a
perceptible Improvement In tho "weath
er, IClsto found the w In J ccn harder to
corgbat than when she traversed the
deck with Courtenay. This npparent
contradiction arose from the fact that
during their early dealing with the
boats tho sailors had cut away the
grcatcr'part of the canvas shield rig
gel to protect, passengers from adven
Nevertheless, nil flustered and breath
less as she was, she held Walker back
when' lie would have left her In the
shelter of her cabin.
"Do spare me one moment," she
pleaded. "When I havo put on dry
clothing, what nm I to do? Where'
am I to to go? I will do anything
rather than remain alone."
Walker jammed himself In tho door
way to break tho violence of tho un
ceasing dclugo of spray.
"Well, rtyssle," ho said. "I'm examin
ing tho engines, Mlstnw Tollemacho Is
Q-wIng up the donkey boiler, nud Doc
taw Chwlstobal Is with Mlstaw Iloyle.
You know whe-nw the captain Is, so I
weckon yo' best place Is tho salon."
"Dr. Chrlstobal said you were mak
ing a raft?"
"That's wight Hut when tho ship
got off wo tackled othaw Jobs. Sho Is
ow-ah best waft."
"May I not look after soma of the
"That you can't,' was Walker's
prompt assurance. "You'd bettaw
stick to tho salon, I'll tell tho captain
"Tcll blm? Are you returning to the
"Telephone!" shouted Walker ns nn
unusually heavy sea caused blm to
slum tho door nnceremonlontly. He
bolted It too. Not If be cocld help It
would his charge coe l os that
storm swept deck u-nrt-iit-l.
Tho electric light glctrvj lt-Uy la
Elsie's cabin, exactly it lie i.r-2 W.l I'.
on hour ago. ThU hmj c tf tie
anomalous conditions cf i- &ii.uttr.
It lent a queer sens of s-ttwy.ntr
madness to the night's Jxi. In
a few days It would It Gbr-ru.! L
tho Christmas of sumhlae xui rr
ers known only to that Ittwr ;
tlou of the habitable earth tvzlh of
tho line. In Valparaiso the wither
was stilling, yet here, not so ierjr far
away. It was bitterly cold. Acd the
ship was drhlug headlong to destruc
tion, though electric bells und switches
wero nt command in a luxuriously fur
nished apartment, while' the engineer
bad Just spoken of tho telephone as n
means of conversing with the captain.
Away down In her feminine heart the
girl wondered why Courtenay himself
had not come to her. Why hsd he sent
Chrlstobal first aud Wnlkcr subse
quently? Ob, of course ho bad inoru
urgent matters to attend to. though In
tho helpless condition of the ship It was
dllllcult to appreciate their precise de
grees of Importance.
Anyhow, ho had sent word that sho
was to chango her clothes, and ha must
bo obeyed, as Dr. Chrlstobal said. Then
she discovered ns n qulto now nnd
physically disagreeable fact that her
skirts were soaked up to her knees,
whllo her blouso was almost In tho
samo condition owing to tho quantity
of spray which had run down Inside
her thick ulster. Sho busied herself In
procuring fresh clothing and boots.
Tho outcome of tho pleasant feeling of
warmth and comfort wus such as tho
girl herself would not have guessed In
a week. The mere grateful touch of
tho dry garments Induced an extraor
dinary drowsiness. 8ho felt that sho
must llo'dowu Just for a minute. -Sho
stretched herself on tho bed, closed her
eyes aud wns straightway sound
asleep. At tho captain's suggestion
Chrlstobal bad given her a strong doso
of bromide In tho wine.
It was better so. If the ship wcro
dashed to pieces against tho rocks
which unquestionably lay ahead, Ulslo
would bo whirled to tho llfo eternal
before sbo qulto know what was hap
pening. If, on the other band, somo
mlraclo of tho sea enabled tho men to
construct a seaworthy raft In tlmo or
tho rising tldo permitted tbo Kansas
to cscapu In so fur to run ashore ngal'n
in u comparatively sheltered position,
sho would bo nono tbo worso'or an
hour's sleep. Aud uow that tho elilp
was afloat there wcro things to be dono
which only men could do. Tbo xnlou,
tho decks, tho foro cabin, wcro places
of thu dead. Fearing lest Klsio might
puss, Chrlstobal before attending to
lloylo hud thrown tablecloths over the
bodies of men slnln In the salon, for
flrny and Tollomacho' had sternly but
vainly striven lo repress tho tecond re
tj'lt? 3'o.lJciuaehc aaU Valker...bjul
dragged out oftlie smotliorlulF'Bprny
near thu port davits threo men who
seemed to bo merely stunned. These,
with the chief officer and perhaps four
survivors of tho explosion, mndo up the
list of living but noneffective members
of tho ship's coinpany. Tlic'r wns one
other, Gugllelmo Frnscuelo, wlro was
bawling for dear llfo In h'l bunk In
the forecastle, bat lu thufdnrk hour no
one chanced to remember him, nnd It
needed snore than n human voice to
pit Itself ngalnst the hurricane which
roared over tho vessel. Tho unhappy
wretch knew that something out of the
ordlnnry had taken place, and ho waf
scared half 'out of his wits by the ion
tlnued ubrtoncc of the crew. Luckily
for' himself, lie did not appreciate the
real predicament of tho' ship or be
would ban raved himself Into tund
Walker lu his brief dialogue of o?
cupatlogs had suppressed one. To
make sure Chrlstobal closed u water
tight bulkhead door which cut off the
principal staterooms from tho salon
Then-he nnd his two helpers carried
out n pahiful but necessary task. It
wos his duly to certify whether or not
llfo was extinct. There wero very few
exceptions. The three men lifted the
bodies and threw them overboard.
When they reached thu corpses of the
second olllcer nnd n Fpnnhdi engineer
who had been knifed In the defense of
the Jolly boat his comrade bad scram
bled Into ono of tho lifeboats Tollo
tuacho took possession of such money,
documents nud valuables ns were in
their pockets. Intending to draw up nn
Inventory when nu opportunity pre
Though they knew not the moment
when a sickening crash 'would herald
the final dissolution of tho ship, they
proceeded with tliolr work methodic
ally. In half nu hour they had leached
the end. All the .Injured uion-scien
nondescript failure nnd firemen were
carried to the salon aud placed under
Chrlstobal'8 cure. Walker dived below
to tho engine room, where ho had al
ready disconnected the rods broken or
bent by tho fracture of a guard ring,
which In turn wns Injured by tho
blowing out of n Junk ring, n stout
ring of forged steel secured to one of
the pistons. He could do nothing more
on deck. Whether ho wns destined to
live fifty seconds or as many years, he
wns III content to bear lilrf bcloietl en
gines knocking thumselves to pieces
with erch mil of the ship. t
Tullemache. who undertook tho fir
lug of the donkey boiler, which wns
situated on tho main deck lift of the
salon-fur the Kansas wns bulll
chiefly to nciomiuodate cargo during
hid wanderings rpund thu world had
picked up sufllclcnt knnwledgo of
steam power to shovel fuel Into the
furnaie nnd reguluto the water level
by the feed rnlve nud pump. Tho small
engine, more reliable and qulto ns pow
erful as u hundred men, was lu perfect
Thu Kansas rolled heavily. The loll
was caused by nu experimental twist
of tho wheel. Courtenay, peering into
the darkness through the o-cii window
of the chart house, saw- that the uetti-,
er was clearing. He had evolved a
theory, and. for wnnt of n better, he
was determined to pursue It to n finish.
The Kansas wns being swiftly carried
zlon; In a strong and deep tidal cur
rtnt Happily tho wind followed the
it of the sea, else there would le no
chance of success for his daring plan.
His expedient "was tho despcrato one
of kwplng the vessel hi the lino of the
current, and If day broke before he
reached the coast bo would steer for
any-opening which presented Itself In
the fringe of reefs which must assur
edly guard the mainland.
With bis bauds grasping the taut
and In one senso Irresnouslvo mechan
ism of a steering whcql governed by
steam n sailor can "feel"' tho move
ment of his ship, a seaworjhy vessel
being a living thing, obedient as a doo
lie horse to the least touch of tho rclnL'
Hut In tho unlikely event of fortune
favoring Courtenay to, the extent of
giving him nu opportunity to see, the
coming danger It was essential that
tho ship should Imyo a certain, radius
of action apart from tho direction anil
force of tho occun stream. Tho two.
sails wcro helpful, nnd It wns to as
sure himself of their clllclcncy thnt bo
put tho helm to starboard. Tho Kan
sas obeyed with au answering roll to
port, showing clearly that Bhu wns
traveling n llttlo faster than tho In
rushing tldo would tuko her unaided.
Ho brought her head back to nor'east
again nnd glanced over his shoulder at
the ship's chronometer. It wns u quar
ter to 1, Two hours must pass before
he would discern tho first faint streaks
of light. At nny rute, If ho wero spared
to greet tho dawn'lt would lio right
ahead, and, us a fow seconds might
then bo of utmost vutue, thut was a
small point In his fuvor. Yet, two
hours! Could ho dare, to hopo for so
long a rcspltu? How could tho Hhlp
e&npo the linuumbered fnngs which n
storm torn land thrust far out Into the
Pacific for its own protection?
Ho was qdlto sheltered from the
wlijd nnd spray lu tho chart house, nud
all at onco ho becamo nwaro of u burn
ing thh-st. There wus wutcr In n de
canter closo at bnnd, bo he Indulged In
a long drink. Thi)t was wonderfully
vivifying. Then bis mind turned long
lugly to tobacco. I-'or tho first tjmo lu
his llfo ho broke tho strict rulo of thu
service In which ho had been trained
auij sinpkej! o.cJsur.wMp on.dutr,
(Continued Next Saturday)
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To Bo Quarantined?
"Should tho plagua contlnua lo show a marked In
crease our cltr probablr will bo quarantined. Tbla
t wilt brlDff ruin to our peoplo aud our boraes. Tbla
rnmarur a aiseaae ot no rat.' mm utiinu'
We offer 100 reward to anyone using Stearns'
Electric Itat and Roach Paite who docs not find
it successful in killing off rats.
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste Is sure
death, driving the dangerous rati out of the house
Jo die. It is the only guaranteed rat poison, and
ahould, for yonr own protection, be placed In rat
holes and beneath floors and covered places every
where. You cannot afford to take any chances ol
quarantine exterminate the rats with Stearns'
2 oz. box 2Bcj 18 oz. box Stl.OOt
Sold by druftitu and central stores everywhere or
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STEABNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO.
BUFFALO, N.Y., U.S.A. ,
polish on them
will Supply you
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