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I Thaw Wbo Wnlt
Tbp d I bewamo tWciil)-onr my
folder culled mo lutu Ills onui' loi .4
liy boy," Mid I10, you sre Jul
of igc, (inil my luuiuc strain nu
iu such u condition tint n will bo
norcsfary for you t(. umiiibuio to
)oxt own suiioit. anil 10 make yuur
r,oy through cmirm- It )ou di-cldo
to tal0 up a piDlcmun. L'liulpi'i'd
na yon urc, tliii. should out e u liurd
hip." 1 wns delighted at the irin'Ct,
niul loohnl iiHin the MiiUite inurh
us ii boy l'"' upon u cumjilng expe
dition 1 bud tieier Rone further from my
home tonn thuu Hlctiniund, Koine
lhlrl miles oft. und knew little of
the world; whnt service 1 had done
tor others was that of mutual obliga
tion, rendered to members of our own
In two mouths I was keeping
hooks for u large firm hi Montreal.
The duties were new, and 1 was
quite unused to the discipline of the
work, not being particularly "quick
Mr. l'opham, the senior member
of the firm, wus a fine old man, a
gentleman of the old school, and
my desk was next to his In the of
fice. Ills son, however, who was u
bookkeeper In tho same house, made
my lot a hard one by putting tasks
upon ma which he should have at
tmded to himself, and by a haughty
insolence which did not In the least
accord with his small capacities.
After a week of this 1 rebelled,
"resigning" my position.
"Nott" said I to my father, when
1 had returned to my cheerful place
In the household, "I am going to
xlslt you for 11 few days, then start
out on my own hook again. I want
to go a long way off, too, because
ou hao often said that tho Kast
Is not the best place for u joung
man to start In."
My fathei did not like this cry
well, but Mild little, and finally with
I'll bo glud to send It, for you have
been u saving boy, but write rather
than telegraph, iiiiIi'sh 1011 arc sick
or In sudden need." j
"Oh," nnswered I quickly, "there
Is lets of work for everybody over
there; I ran surely mako clothes ami
board for one." I
Ho 1 suld good-hje. not without a I
heart-wrench, nnd tears later on.
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lamUcape from tho car window, and
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my. mother's consent, he consented iu" "" lewnieu 10 1110 employ- wanted u position In some "woodsy
to let mo go where I wished. ment offlte. nook."
"I don't want much money," 1; In many cases wheic tho applicant The man nt the desk smiled when
Mid, "only u little moie than enough was hard up, the officii waited on he told me.
to take me to San Francisco " ; him for their pay. I This unrecognlred oet had been
This was given to me. nnd as I ' Sometimes tho applicant did not J l.nockln? nliout California since
got on the train my father said to ' lll.c the position; oftener the would- 1""0, having come there from Hos
tile, "Itcmcmber If you need money! be employer was not pleased, when ton. lie knew Stevenson, to whom
very soon Indeed wc came to Snnidthlu partition of boards.
Here I wai charmed with every-
,r I had
never been out of tho
climate of my eastein homo.
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Tho city at this time was unusual
ly full of Idlo men; they gathered
about the employment offices, nnd, at
lots" to listen to agitators who
sought to Increase the already stioug
prejudices of tho white against tho
I took a room at the Palace Hotel,
and ate my meals at tho I'alace. Hut
gradually my hank account grew
smaller, and I found It necessary to
change my conimodlou- quarters for I
0 small room on Mlsilon street. Hern '
1 secured a neat room Just large
enough for the bed and n table, pay-
lug therefor one dollar a week. The
bed was clean and soft, so I did not
mind tho change so much. Instead
of going to tho Cafe, I sought a res-
taurant 1111 Market street, where
fairly good meals weie served for
fifteen cents. Sometimes I went to
the Women's Christian Temperance
L'nlon Coffee house, which guvc meals
for flvo cents less These meals were
good and wholesome, and, according
to our present notions on diet, wero
Mil that anybody could want. I
During this time I Inserted adver-
tlscmont In the papers, and answer-
wl ,nmn n,ialr hut aii,.I. tlmn f
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found that another had preceded mo.'camc nn order for 100 men lo go to
Ono day, after counting over my I'unania. Transportation and good
money, I discovered that all I had wages wore offered, with all tho al-
In the world was five dollars; this luremeiita of travel und advciituio In
gave me a new sensation, at least, the tioples. This wus udvcrtUcd as
and I reallzod that when the five fc "long Job," and to thoso who went
dollars wore spent, I would have I guoss it was.
neither money nor roou. nor any
other means of securing either In
my fathor'a house it had been differ-
rnt. Thoro we lived In a large housa,
much the snmo us the ante-bellum
"mansion" of the South, with com
furls nnd sonants nt call.
So I decided lo walk down to the
M. 1). of Holualoa.)
1'iHploj'iiicnt offlip, my the feu rc
quired, 11 ml h(.i for n Job
I hml no dlmctilly In ninlliiK h
place on Clay atrrct, (Jiuuvlt's Km
plojincnt Urltce, where I put on a
bold front and walked In. Thcro
was nothing attractive about lliu
Within a rough ralllnR stood two
men, 0110 at a desk, the other In one
(urncr milting to aumc men.
A diiat), h.iro floor, three benchca,
two blavkbuarda upon which were
('hulked the "wants" of thu Ouy, und
about twent men lounging oil the
benchca. lompletcd the picture.
Moat of tho applicants were poor
1 drevacd, some of them ranged, nnd
a few with dirty faces and unkempt
lialr und beard.
There were many nationalities
, represented, chiefly, however, Irish,
.Ucriumi and Scandinavian, They
were all waiting for a "Job." Somo
of them had paid u fee and register
ed; others took their chances, ap
plying for a place as It was an
nounced on the board, or In the dally
paper, while a few hung around
from mcro force of habit. There
were typical tramps among the num
ber, hoodlums, toughs, even desper
adoes, us 1 found out later on.
Some of the younger men, really
bo8, wero fearfully hardened, hav
ing run the gamut of city experience
and crime. Work was the last
thing they desired.
Occasionally an educated, woll
dressed man, middle aged, would
come In, talk to Mr. French, the red
headed man at the desk, for a mo
ment, nnd then go out.
At this time there wero several
of these employment olflccs In the
city, and they all appeared to be do
ing a thriving business. If a res
taurant keeper wanted a man to
wash dishes or wait on the tuble he
came here and made his wants
In an hour or so nn applicant
bearing a noto from the ngency ap
peared at the keeper's placo of
business. Ii the job hunter suited
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inn nun i-mpmjcr t-uuumrii me nuic,
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another man wus sent over, and the
Urst applicant returned to tho em-
'plojmenl office for another wait.
There was a great deal of snap-shot
study of human naturo on both
sides, and eniplojcrs as well as la -
boiem were often quick to read each
Tho "Weary Willie" who applied
for 11 Job only to appear consistent.
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wl ,1, hCfc i Mint; aiiiiiK UlilUja UUUIU
jbaek with unendorsed note. In each
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other lor women. Keparalcd only hy
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:r:n,"r:,ti."to,,;1.:t ,,,e ,.looror '.n,'" n.y ..; cquaiiua,,co,
the hallway of tho men's
ment; pale seamstrcssei
pileked linger ends gave them nway
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great red-handed bwe.lo servant
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gins, apnniHii muse gins, and don-
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cine, HlieiiiKfiu, oven prcuy Allien I
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can uiris: an urivon 11 y s necr lie-
icsslty to t lila modined slave mar- '
It was nlmnst pitiful to see with
hat an eager look somo of them
eniplojcrs, men and
camo In with wants.
The morning I went In I lead the
lollowlng nn the board:
"Itallioud teamsters and laborers,
freo furo, ship every dny, long Job;
stableman, country, $13 a month;
German for vineyard, $20, etc;
ranch hands, $20; coachman, city
icfeience, $30; 21 laborers, $1 SO;
milk delivery, $110; miners, $3; boll
boy, country, $10; all round baker,
$90; dish washers, $7; steward,
kitchen. JtlO; head wniter, country
hotel, $50; 2 waiters, same hotel,'
$2.1, waller for restaurant, $18."
This changed slightly evory day.
Sometimes grape pickers wero want-
ed for Fresno, or hop pickers for tho
northern ountles of Oregon, nnd In
the seat-on mango pickers and pack-
era for Riverside. :
Ouco In a great while u clerk, prl-
vate bocrotiiry or a bookkeeper was
wanted. Naturally these wants did
not como to the employment oftlco
t rnltinmtior nn nrtornrmti tlinrn
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sucn noiicos creaieci quue a stir
among a certain class of applicants, I
and I have no doubt quite a number'
of lomuntlc, Inoxpcilonced
men wero caught In tho net.
"Wi.ll " until llin n,, nt ll.n ilni.1.-
1 II iiiikwi'i' 111 lliv qiiCKlinn, "I suppose
you want 11 gun icel Job. They
wtii. wiw, 1..U It ot. will .Icpmlt
our feetwo dollars nnd n half,
please wo shall see that )ou get
.No," I nnswered, ' I don't want n
clerkship or that sort of n place, If
Mm rail such positions genteel. I
want to dn some manual labor, some
thing I nm airong enough to do."
'Oh." exclaimed tho man hi sur
prise "c have sheep herders, grapo
pickers, ami so on. There's waiting,
it ain't had."
"You may put me down for n Job
of grape picking," I told him, paying
my fen. "nnd If not that, why, wait
ing will do, although I've nccr
done cither. I suppose waiting re
quires somn qualifications, hut I
would think anybody could pick
"You'll lenrn waiting right here,"
said the man as ho winked to his
companion. "Kxperlencc nln't nec
essary. 011 II do if you nro willing
to undertake It, nnd you better stay
around here until a chance comos
After I had paid my fee nnd taken
my place among tho other applicants
the man nt tho desk assumed a pa
tronizing nlr which galled mo con
siderably, but I had senso enough to
know that pride had 110 placo In an
It was so romantic looking for
work, and to rcallzo that n failure
to secure It meant a lack of tho bur
est necessities of life. Hut I must
say that I never felt worried for a
moment. I had heard and read of
men going hungry, nnd yet I could
not make myself believe that la
America at least any able-bodied
man ever failed to get what he
wanted to eat.
1 did not doubt It any longer now.
There were dozens of men In the
city, able to work, willing, honest,
industrious. Intelligent, who could
not find employment remunerative
enough to keep them nnd their fami
lies In food nnd clothes. Many went
ns ranchers for S2G a month; fruit
pickers und packers at SI to S3 a
day; waiters glad to get n Job for
from $10 to 112 a month, clerks and
bookkeepers, In doors nil dny and
sometimes purt of the night, for X30
to ICO a month.
One of the most Interesting char
acters who frequented tho employ
ment officers was a scholarly tramp.
whose rlothes were worn almost
Ills face and manner,011 lhe Io,":- duk,' benches In the
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"c happened to refer once In apeak
'"K of tho associates ho liked best,
un,l became quite Interested In hi
account of the odd, sickly immigrant
wl" W'Cd to sun himself und talk
1 llllolly on Portsmouth Square
jTllc ''ail shared many of (heir San
Frnnclsco experiences, nnd I can
wc" '"'"K'"0 whnt a congenial com-
,!'an,l""lny "W n'1""ln,"Pcl! woul'
be to Stovonson.
He showed nu u note which I ro
ember for lis whlmslrnl friendli
llieilllier lor UK Wllimslrn. trlcndll
ness, signed "II. I,. S., unus ct solus,'
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lint think llmt tli irt nt ninnnv '
i troubled Stevenson any moro than It
t lla tUnv Imll. ,11,1 i.ntnn wrlMntr
which they offered lo certain pub-
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iinm-ii, in me Liij-, nm iurY.Diuveiinoii
m , .,.liy rr position nt nny
nf the newspaper offices
He wus too seedy and too worn to
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Vai Ions emplovmcnt offices whi-ro 1
I ho found much lo Interest Mm, no
you know Dili
old, safe, and
For over sixty
years Its light
has been Chid
ing the tick
iljvM' back fr. t!is har
Kli' hnrrf health and
that a record to lo prouJ off Tor
mors than sixty ycin
has beon tho source of food hoalth to
many thomandj cf p-opb 1 1 nil parts
of tbt world. T'aoir totlmonlali
the preat fact "Aycr's Samparllla
cured mo." 7oa!c. Treanr women.
men who had boon tired out ami dls-
?hv, , eraieiuii-or lh
Ef? " , ," tnom-
JF nc" ' ""on 'or yon In this.
V1' "ot , d " ? H'gln at onoe to
A, now maie (t contain! no
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Thore aro many Imitation
Do sure you got "Aycr's."
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ATSU'a SILLS, ( kl Ikullj Uutlt.
douhl, ntul wlir-rr, he paid fee In
company with hi. friend for a job
at sheep brrder In one of the south
em counties lint he inner went
When the lime rame In go he wb
feeling badly, his mood had changed,
nnd ho persuaded the scholarly
tramp to remain with him In Hie
I nm sorry I but I did not mako
fuller note of the man's talk about
Stevenson to whom he seemed to be
Brently nlttttned. for It would have
made bilcrt-stlng reading, but neith
er of us ever dreamed that Steven
sonlan would bo In demand.
Their rambles through San Fran
cisco In seanh of adventure, the.
cheap lodging houses thoy frequent
til. nnd the cheaper coffee saloons
whero they took their meals, their
lestful naps on hard benches, and
If my new acquaintance UI pov
stsscd oven a small pail of Steven
son's energy, I nm sure we should
hnvo had books from him ns full of
Interest ns any Stevenson wrote, but
he seemed to have lost nil wish or
will to accomplish nnj thing, even
tho things ho could do easily. Kvcry
morning at nine o'clock, I went
down to tho office, sitting or Btnndlng
about with the rest.
I know that If I aloof aloof cither
to read or to write, I would gain tho
contempt of my associates, a thing
I was anxious not to do. Uesldes
the various t)pes of character were
n real revelation to me, and n little
sympathy on my part brought me a
record of many pathetic histories.
Ono of the "mourners," us a lad
humorously named those who sat on
tho front bench, wns a school
teacher from Chllllcolhe. Missouri.
He had come out West for his health,
too late to boncflt, I nm sure, as he
wns racked by a distressing cough,
nnd ono evening wns too weak to
Ho had no money, lived in n coop
of n place on Third street, but hoped
to get a "Job" in n few days. He
had been principal of a High School
for ten years, and carried about In
his pocket a small edition of Hom
er's Iliad in Groek.
With scholarly Intciesl qullo free
from thp least affectation, ho rend
over tq us his favorite passages,
translating as he read. "I went up
tr Sonoma to chop wood," he said
to me ono day, as we sat with others
omcc. out 1 was not strong enough
to do the work.
How I eujoied the smell of the
country nlr and the prospect of the
woods! I urn sure I would have ic
tovered there if I had been able to
stay, t dreamed of having a little
cabin In the red woods, whero my
wife and daughter kept housa for
mo. It would take so llttlo cash
to keep us, but I haven't enough to
keep myself decently here,
Wc missed the mon for a few days,
nnd learned that he had died very
suddenly of hemorrhage.
So tho tragedies of life go on In
an Indifferent woild given to gnyety
and song. A very little money nt
the right time, would hnvo saved
this useful man to his family and
Tell me not that man Is not his
brother's keeper, or that those who
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MMinMililfi fnr niwli rn tuat rnnhlna nu
these. Thoy are, by tho Almighty
find, thev urn
Here nrnnnt- the nwuirnorn 1 mot
"Doc" llond, n graduate of a Ken-
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im-ny iiiemuii hciiiiui. sceuy, una
with a breath as aromatic as tho In
side of 1111 old Kentucky whiskey
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tiince, he borrowed twenty-five cents
of mo to pay for n square meal. Ho
had "waited" In ono or two of tho
restaurants In the city, calling him
self a "hash-sllngcrs," a term new
to me nt the time.
"Which would jou rather do," I ,
asked him, "write a prescription or,
bring n man a beefsteak?"
"Well," he answered without hesi
tation, "It depends on which has tho
most money In it. A good cash tip .
Is belter than a fee on tho bonks. I
Doctorlng's all right, but collecting
lit worrysotno", j
"What," said I In astonishment," .
' you don't mean to say that you have I
accepted tips. I would consider that
"llettcr believe I'll take nil that
kind of humiliation you can glvo
me," ho answered, "anything from
11 ulcklo up." I
When Saturday came ..around, 1
had only twcnty-llvocents left, and
I spent that for n paper-bound copy
of "Wuvorly" which I bought ut a
second-hum! store on Third street,
For tho rest of tho day, and all
day Sunday, I lived on n reperusal
of this novel, Monday 1 wus suc
cessful In getting n position, which
tho man ut the desk told me ho ,
thought was a good place of tho
kind. I would be table boy, or
serond-waltor If that suited mo hot
ter, In a Kronen restaurant on Clay
street. vvn.geg $25 a mouth, "all
' Hours from " a. ni. to S p. m,
1 ' very good Job," the deik man
lidded. When I piesented myself to
t'in pioprletor who could not speak
i'lioil Knirllsh. he smiled and said,
i- Ml rjt."
I was almost hoping that ho would
not lul,i me, for II was noon, and
11 uovvil of ravenous enUm pushed
Inwards lhe table nmlilil I lie rial
trr of dlrhca ami shrills tails for
It scctiinl like iHiiiilrinonliim lo
"(let tun blue coal " nld my em
ployer to me, "nn' vun n-prono Af
ter dat you shall ionic here."
1 I went down In Kearney street
nnd bought n waiter's Jacket and an
apron, then relumed to I lie. restaurant
I worked here ono month, nnd
when I was leaving, the iiolltc pio
prletor told me Hint I could "sla-ay
vun venr. If you Ink. I have no
veril to find do fault. I vlll glv you
ten dollar more vun month."
This was a great price for such
servlie nt that lime.
The head waller whoso 01 iters I
had to carry out, managed (he
"Indies' department up stairs.
lie w-as an Italian Count or some
thing of tho sort, nnd 1 wns aston
ished lo find that 11 waller could
have such an -exalted opinion of him
self. I had been brought up to look
upon waiters and coachmen ns be
longing lo the sumo station in life,
but this fellow made mo realize how
much Inferior lawyers, 'Judges, doc
tors, and even the President of the
I United States, wcie socially ami In
,tellectuallv to tho head waiter of 11
San Francisco restaurant of the first
J I remembered the dozen or so of
my father's servants with their want
of assumption, und wondered.
j To this Itnllnn table boys wore of
1 consequence only as the fitted them
selves for the high duties nt head
My superior believed that waiting
wns nn nrt, not easily learned. "No
no facile, no tie facile," ho would
shake his head nnd say
I What a fortunnte provision of
nature it Is, that every man has
abundant faith In his own ability to
perform the work he sets out to do!
I begun my career by smashing n
dozen glasses, the trny on which
they stood slipping from my hands.
Hut In a few days I could carry
out the classical number without
trepidation. I soon became quite a
favorable among the cooks, who
vied In giving mo nil manner of
(,ood tilings to cut.
My one disadvantage was the-domineering
head waiter, who grew
dally more disagreeable on account
of the favors shown me by the
What with my work nnd his fussl
ness, 1 had no time to read or write.
I had made arrangements with one
or two newspapers to furnish them
with u series of letters to be en
titled '.'Letters From 11 laborer."
These were "the actual experiences
of a man depending upon his labor
for his daily bread," the publisher's
nolo explained, n hint perhaps of
the plan so successfully carried out
n few years later by Prof. Wycoff
with whom 1 have since hud a most
pleasant correspondence, nnd by
The editor of tho lloslnn Tran
script liked my Idea, and was willing
to accept my scries of letters at tho
Hut I was, I think, too young to
do lhe right sort of observing, or
writing cither, though I had tho
"Idea," mid expected' to run tho
whole gamut of employments In
Theso reminiscences being pre
pared from memory, nnd a few old
newspaper articles, I have observed
ro speclul order In events, Natur
ally, my manual labor preceded my
work" as an editor.
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nearly onexjuarter, dlo before they reacli ono year thirty-seven r cenl! or
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soothing' ayrups sold for children's complaints contain moro or less opium, or
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THE PYRENE FIRE EXTINGUISHER, a small, portable, one-quart
machine, claims that its pjwer is equal to any three-gallon
maeWne on the market. Mr. C. W. McFarlanc, who has the
agency for this rraarknbl: fire quellcr, chnllcnRcs nny agent
of any extinguisher in Honolulu to a test before the Chief of the Fire
Department and the Board of Fire Underwriters of this city, agreeing to
prove that for efficiency and portability the F'iRENE is the peer
of any extinguisher in existence.
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means all-day speed no mid'aftcrnoon fatigue. It
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increased output decreased cost of typewriting to
the employer. Let us give you a demonstration of
this and other Monarch advantages.
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