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wrmmta bpluttin, honololpj t. h,, Saturday,' fed, cj-isio.
T ,'VSI .
f: Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive
leave S. F,
'Connects at Honolulu with C. A. Line, leaving Honolulu for Aus
tralia Jan. 8, 10 and every 28 days.
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP Co.. & TOYO K1SEN KAISBA
Steamers of the above Compnnlo s will Coll at HONOLULU and Leave
thli 1'ort on or ntout tho Date mentioned below:
Leave Honolulu For Orient. Leave Honolulu For 8. F.
NI1TON MAUU JAN. 25 MANC1IUIUA JAN. 21
BIIIEHIA JAN. 31 CIIIYO MAUU JAN. 28
CHINA FBll. 8 ASIA FHB. 4
MANCHUUIA TE1I. 11 MONGOLIA MAY 7
CIIIYO MAHU KKU. 22 TUNYJL) MAUU IfBU. 3i
A8L MAIL 2 KORIsA MAIl. 6
MONGOLIA MAIl. 14 NIPPON MAHU MAIL 1
ti:nyo maru mar. 22 smEiiiA MAn. as
Tor further Information apply
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd, Agents
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steameis rf the above Una running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. &, and 8ydny, N.
6. W., and catling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu arid Suva, FIJI, and Brit
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
MOANA . FKI1. 5 MAKURA FHB, I
MAKUUA KE11. 25 MAITAl FBD. 14
MAITAI MAR. 2& MAAAMA MAR 14
Through Tickets Issued fro.n Honolulu to Canada, United SUUa and
Europe, For Frleght and Pastnge and all oneral Information, apply t
THEO H. DAVIES &. CO.,
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From Son Francisco
S. S. Hilonian Jan 19
'u . s. Lurllne Feb 9
US. S. Wilhelmina Feb. 1G
rJ 8. S. Lurllne March 9
Kf"S.' 8. Wilhelmina March 18
sor- a. a. i.urune....i i .April u
For further particular, apply to
CASTLE & C00KE, LTD.,
AMEBIOAN-HAWAnAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Trom New York to Honolulu via Tehuantepec every sixth daf . Tieis
received at all' times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, Sown
FROM SAN FRANCISCO .10 HONOLULU:
S. S. ALASKAN, via Paget Sound, to sail JAN. 30, 16 days in transit
S. S. ARIZ0NAN, via Pueet Sound, to sail FEB. 11, 10 dan in transit
S. S. NEVADAN, direct, to sail FEB. 10. 7 day in transit
S. S. VIRGINIAN, via Paget Sound, to sail FEB. 83, 10 days m transit
FROM SEATTLE AND TAC0MA TO HONOLULU DIBEOT:
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail , JBB. T
S. S. ARIZ0NAN. to sail FEB. 19
S. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail MAR.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO DntECT:
8.. S. NEVADAN carrying passengers to sail FEB. 81
For further information apply to ,H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
j 1 - .
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
03 QUEEN STREET
i Estimates given on all kinds of Braying, Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood, Coal. Waianae Sand For Sale.
' HUE INSURANCE
i F. DfLLINuflAlK CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency,
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, OTANQENWALO DLDQ.
. " LIFE INSUPA.NCE
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Ntcesslty.
Out you ,Must have the BCST
and that la provided jy the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In tha
.New. England Mijtiai
lif$ Insurance Co,,
I OP B03TQN, MA33CHUSETT8.
If. you would bo 'fully Ipformed about
these lavs,( address t
Castle Zf Cpoke,
seVjehaL agents. ? "
HONOLULU, T. H.
and leave this port at hereunder:
Arrive S. F.
LTD.. GENERAL AQgHJfl.
For Son Franoisoo
S. 8. Luriin : Jan. 18
8. S. Hilonian Ian. 80
S. S. Lurllne Jeb. II
8. S. Wilhelmina eb. H
8. 8. Lurrine March 15
S. S. Wilhelmina March 96
iS. S. lurline Anrfl 18
General Agents. Honorary mmmt .
Mtm&K. ueneraj Jfrcigftt Agent.
Oahu Railway Time Tabic
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations :li a.'m'.. S:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m , 9:15 a. m..
11:30 a. m.. 2:15 p. ro.. 3:20 p. m.,
5:16 p. m , 19:30 p. ra., tll:l5 p. m.
For Wahlawa and Lellohua, 10:20
a. m., B:15 p. m., j:30 p. in., ttlilo
Arrlvo Honolulu from Xabuku, Vfpl
aulua and Walanao 'SSSO a. m.,
B:31 p. m.
Arrlvu Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl City 17:45 a. m,8!3 a. m.,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., M:2 p. m
6:31 p. m., 'TO p, m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa and
tollehuar 9115 a. m , tl:40 p. m., 5:31
p. m, jiu:io p. m.
. Tho Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
' train (only first class tlcfeeta honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:38
a. m.: returning, arrlvea .In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. Tho Umltod stops only
at Poarl City hnd Walanao .outward,
and Wnjanao, Walpahu and Peafl City
Dally. fSundqy accepted, taunday
,a. iv navisoN, f. c. smith,
Bup4,rntcd)intt. a, p, a.
Bulletin BuTinVss'dfflce Fhone 2SB.
Sulletin Editorial -Room FUone 181
UTAtLmoD n i
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Trav
elers' Letter of Credit
issued on the Bank of
California and The Lon
don Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents for the
American Express Com"
pany and Thos. Cook &
Interest allowed on
term and Savings Bank
Ciaus Spreckcls & Co.
Claus Spreckels. W. a Irwin.
HONOLULU, i : : : T. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of Sao Francteco.
Draw Exchange on the Navada No
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London Tfaa Union of London and
BmlttYa Dank, Ltd.
New York Amorloaa Bickange
Chicago Cora Exrhans National
Paris Credit LyoonaU.
Hongkong and Yokshaina Hooo
kong Shanghai Danklog OorporaSloo.
Nw ZMland and Auatrarla Dsmk
or New Zealand and Dank o Auar
Victoria and Vancouver Dank ol
Drlttsh North America,
Deposits received. Loana mads on
approved security. Commercial and
Traveler' Oredtta tesucd. Mils of
Exchange bought and ,1014.
Collections Promptly Accounted Par.
The Yokohama Specie
Bank. Limited ,
Oapital (PfcU p)..Tm H00OMI
fond . ...jiam io.mivduq
HEAD 0FFICB. TOXOEAMA.
Ike bank burs and nostras lev mi-
leetlon bin of exehangv, toscs
Orarti and Letters of Onart, ana
transacti a general banking bnjrnetm,
The Bank rtoeivrt Looal Devosfls
aal Head Office Deposits for ftxefl so
Local BepoaiW $U and nwards
for one yew at rate of per sav
Head Office Depotttg, Tea SS and
upwards for one-half yeai, one yet,
two years, or three teata it rate of
4V- per annua.
Particulars to be obtained on am
plication. Honolulu Office 87 8. Kinr Street.
P. 0. Box 168.
AND TRUST GO
OP HAVAU, LTD.
8UB8CFUE.ED CAPITAL ..teoo.00040
KMIU UP CAPITAL 1 00,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P.' Robinson
Cashier U T. Psek
Office: Corner Ifrrt and King St.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed tot venrlr rfantMltn
at the rate o( 4H per cent, for annum.
uuios ana regulations rurnuncd up
NO BETTER HELP TO SUCCESS
than a Savings Account in
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Will do it
Chos. R. Frazior
jrTione 371. 122 Kitw 8t. f
llexaflder fi ll'Mm
rf ''' LIMITED.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. 1. Castle. . . . .Vice President
W. M. Alexander
J... fr Vioe Pre.
J. P. Cooke,
Third VI' rr- nj'' Anajsex
J. Waterho.ts . ..Tr.ft.nrer
B."E. Ptuton... . '' T
W. 0. Smith uir't.
J. B. Qalt.... Pir 'I
W. R. Oastle,... . . . -srtot
COsUslSglOli MERGHANU oil
IN?URAkB AiENTS ,
Hawaiian Oonuntroial ft Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Oompanj.
Hawaikn Saaar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulai Bailsoad Company,
Hatoakala Ranch Company,
Castle ft Cookei Lti
Honolulu, T. H.
BHTPPISO AND COMMIMIOI HU
OHArTW, SUQAK FACTQM
GENERAL INBDRANOE AOEBTt
Ewa Plantation Co.
Waialna Ajrrionltural Co.. ltd.
Xohala Sugar Co.
Walmea Sugar Xni Oa.
Apokaa Sugar Co, Ltd.
TuHoa Iron Works of Si LoaJs
Blake Steam Pumps
Babeoek ft Wilton Boilers
Oma'i fiei IcosDssJsers
Mana Sksasi Tama '
ytsoa Xaviaation 'Ca;
Pkaters Line Ihippiur Os.
G. Brewer ft Cs., Ltd.
QUBllT STBBBT. HONOLPLo', I. K.
, AQIRTS POX
HowahWt 'AflHoulturtM Ossi Onemaa
ucar Oe, Hsmms SvgBr tVx, Ws
luftu'SJuffsr CePsltM skafav 0,
Kspapkt ssansa, Thsmaa PlnMafs
LIST OP OPPICBRS:
a. P. llarMp, Presld it; Oatvga
Hjhortm WIm - -- - - ,4 -
0ri W. W. rSoVlh, Ti ana
ecrury; so.rl. 0nr, AaaWus; p.
& Jonea, C. rl, Coelra, i, tC akStt ,
K A. Oooka, Otqeptore.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co. of
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co.
of Edinburgh. .
Caledonian Insurance Co. of Edin
burgh. Upper Rhine Insurance Co. (Ma
rine). 1 Territorial Board of
Ofloe -'StangewaU Blftj.
. of the Season
A Little Paint
Qoe? a Long Way
If Applied by
. Tjhe Painter
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Terrltorx of Hawaii,)
Qltr oqd Ctfuntjr )ss.
of Honolalu. )
CBfUL. nnoWM nnrf t. t. psantr
oh betng dttlr (worn, dapoae and
air that Iher ura ron4(tU Prul.
dent and Cashier of THB FIItBT
JUHKUluajt HAYLNGfl AND TRIIKT
fift n MAWAtt TPTI .1... 41..
following aohediiia'ia a latCtme, jvsot
of tha anld TrfB FiRaT AiSBMCAN
SAVttine a Tnimr rr fr itt.
WAU, LTD,, to and iaeludlnaj the Slat
oat 01 uaeembar ltos; each aobftdule
tMinsi tcmaand h? asotloa SSSS of the
Rrtsd Law of the Tarrttorr of Ma
wail. Tt aathoriaed oaptial of tha Cota
Dttur la IIOO.OOO.OO dlTlUrf Inin invi
hasM of trat par vbIda of 1100.00
"i J' nvnoar cc anarea isauea
laSMO; UXj per ant, aqua to llO0r
0m, hae btao paid In on th atock.
lMveng flOOjMO.OO aabieot to ba
Tha tilhlnttfl. of IK. rintnnanv rw.
th nrart. da of Jaaarr, IMS, were
Oastua paU a Ii00.0e0.oo
Undivided proflta ........ lljm.W
nie Aaaeia of the Oont
pan 00 tha flnt dkv et
Januarr, "10, war as iol-
M1U IVawerrabU MlO.ftSt 01
Ifeada , SW.E0T.8O
taeJatetata .... 4U00.00
Oatfa on band
and in bank.. 41.SMM
Internet aoorued 8.U1.17
S6U.Tis.ty fsss.Tis a
(8B.) , OBC1X, DROWN,
(SUt lu T. PfOCtZ,
Subscribed and worn in IWnra m
this Slat day of January. 1910.
1J F. F. rBRNANDOi,
(Beal) Notarr Publla, Slrat Judicial
t harabi' ertlfr that tha fnr--,in.
la a true and faithful ran, n h. j-.
lual atment o aohedala of the
a man- AataTaUOAN BAYINOg A
TRUST Oa of HAWAII Trr .
to bstor ma on the Slat day of Jacn-
Ofreo undsv my hand and aal this
Slat oaf of January, mj.
(.) riUNK W. STSJUIANDHB.
(Beak) Ifotary Pablle, rtrat Judicial
MOKTOAOEE'S NOTICE OP DIXEH
TIOlT TO FORECLOSE AND OP
Notl'c s hereby given that, pur
suant to the jtower pt tale contained
In that certain mortcara datc '.
suat 15, 1901. ma'de by Caroline
..auguiuu or Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, mortsaa-or. tn ttia nin...
Uulldlnc & Loan Aaacvlatlnn n ti.
11 , - .. . . " 1
--.., uiuiiBum, wnicn Ba)a mori-
" ' roturaeu m me liegnter Or
flce, Oahu, In Liber 261, on pages
230 and 2S2. tha said moriv in.
tends to foreclose said mortgage for
""""" oroneu, uj-wu, me non
payment ot principal and interest
when due. '
Notice Is likewise elven that tha
property conveyed by said mortgage
Will be sold at nublln miction th
auction rooms of James i. Pratt, on
Merchant street, In said Honolulu,
on Saturday, the 6th day of Febru
ary, 1910, at IS o'clock noon nrM
day.' . 1
Tha Drooertv eonvArM h obia
mortgage ahd which will be sold as
aforesaid IS all Ihnt rarlnln nlnra nr
land situated on Emma, street, Hono-
uiu uioresaia, nounded aa follows:
Beginning 'at a nnlnt nn f ho north
aide of Emma styoet 227 feet from
me norm corner of Emma and Vine,
yard streets, and running by true
1. N. SI' 66' W. 38,6 feet along
2. N 66' JO'-B. U.B feet along
3. S.32 46' E. 42 feet along L.
C A.' 666, Ap. 2, to Emma
. fi. 69' 36' W.' 44.8 feet along
Emma street to Initial point,
AlSO tha lllllMlnira anH ImnmwA-
Term's: CaBh, United States gold
Deed lit the QxnnnaA nl lhn .....
Dated, Honolulu, t. H., January
THE PIONEER UUILDINO & LOAN
ASSOCIATION OP HAWAII,
A. O. M. ROBERTSON,
AttOmev tnr tnrttratrtta
4616In. 14, 21, 28: Feb. 4!
Jn Our Cream
Special care to Iceeo
it cold and protect it
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIBY.
' ' "" ' -v
Cesyriskl. INS. r the MCIra C.
say; Cpjrijfcl. e7. IJeS. by
Slewsft ESwsrd While
CtlAltLlE'S wnnlgon. In rase you
do not happen- to know what
such a ttijng may be. was a
scow about twenty feet long
by ten wide. If nns very solidly con.
structrd of hewn timbers, square at
both ends, n-as Inconceivably clumsy
aud welshed an ubbetlernble number
of pounds. When loaded, It carried all
the bfd rolls, teuts, provisions, cooking
UtnsUs. tools and ,a chest of tobacco,
cothea and other minor supplies. It
was managed by Charlie and his two
cookers by means of pike poles and a
long sweep at either end.
The packing brgan before the men
bad dulahed breakfast Bbortly after
daylight Ibe waiilgnn, pushed strongly
from shore by the hike poles, was drift
ing toward the chute. The heavy mow
threatened to turn side on. nnd the
sweeps at either end churned the wa
ter frnntl(,'Ully In an endeavor to
straighten her out
As Nenmark looked at tb smooth
rim of the water sucking Into the
chute ho began to wonder why be had
come. The noble ship was pointed
right nt last aud caught the faster wa
ter head on.
"All right!" Charlie shouted.
Zeke and his male took In the oars.
The wanlgan shot forward below tha
Wbnck. bump, bang, and the scow
stopped so suddenly that Its four men
pluuged forwn'rd In a miscellaneous
heap. The water, backed up behind
the stern, began to overflow nto the
boat Ncwinark snw that the. scow
bad mn her baw on an obstruction
and had been brought to a standstill
squnre Jjcnrath the sluice gate. The
water was beginning to Bow the entire
length of the boat. Various lighter ar
ticles shot past him and disappeared
over the side..
Newmark hnd an Inspiration. The
more Important matter, nucb as the
men's rlnthew ling", the rolls of bed
ding nnd Hie henrler supplies of pro
vision, hnd nut yet rut loos from
their mmtrlnc. I seized one of .the
long onr. thrust the blade under the
edge of a thwart astern. ad the aha ft
of the oar across tha cargo and by
resting hW wrfxht on the handle at
tempted to lirlng It down to bind tb
contents nf the .wanlgan to tbejr
places. The cookees came to his as
Distance. Tseher they aqecceded In
bending the long hickory sweep .far
enough to r.itcli Its handle end under
suotber fqrwnrd thwart. The second
oar was quickly locked Alongside tha
first, and not n moment too soon. A
rush of water forced ,thep all to cling
for tbelr Uvea.
Two or three rlverroen appeared at
tho edge of the ctiu(e. A moment later
old 'roan Reed ran up. carrying a rope.
This, after some difficulty, was made
fast to the bov ot the wanlgan. A
short ropo from the top of the dam
allowed the boat to be lifted free of
the obstruction; cable astern pr-1
vented tho current from throwing her
broadside to tho rush of waters; an
other cabfe from tho bpw led .her ,1a,
tho way sne anouia go. xen rainuiw
later abe waa pulled ashore out or tno
eddy below, very much waterlogged
nnd manned by a drenched and dla
'"pout two ton of water In them
bed' rolls and .turkeys." grumbled
In a, couple of hours' run the waul
gnn bad overtaken and left far behind
the rear of tt)e drive.
"Well," said Charlie nt Inst "we
camp. We'll be
down In the jam
pretty toon." '
O r d o to New
around the camp-
.Ore. "hour does
"It Is extreme
mark. "Like to Join
the wanlcran crew
"How docs river drtu- permanently J"
, 10 strike ouf P.fv: Thank."
returned Newmark dryly.
"Well, stay with us as long as you're
hnvlng n good time," Invited Orde
"Thank you." Newmark acknowl
edged (bis. "J Relieve I will."
"That old mossback Reed was rlgbt
on deck with bis rope." remarked John
ny Slmmsj "That was pretty decent
"Old skunk!" growled North. "ITo
lost us two days with bis nousenso."
"Ob, he's a poor old dCTll." replied
Orde easily. "That's the way the
,I.ord uinUo liliu. Ho can't help bow
JV I KWMARK fnl(twiil tbiMhirtyJ
Iml ... .i-.- 1.. ...1. .. ..... i,u
I t MHM' ' larval liilerenilnu)
f itnlly le iiicn tint iixed 'fitt
nnd ii'iiiwd in irent'liliu it nu lyijialder
ThiMjihe wenfd.mn ns fnr'iiilcd
illii' In tilrt.v.riV days TI tuet)
wuM.ril rniirlcrii alid i-litecn liojin" at
times Pevrn( Iwd Jahis relcVl the
mnn'otonv rrnblema of iiivilinnlrr
4nns to he snlirdNill I In spnflj'Onlf
null Hi tlit'in U n roucli unit reddy rule
of Ihutiili tie hnllt slrur(ureS 'wulch
would hnre furttlhiHl n winters uls
rusfton to some rommltteea. Just as
iSc logger hnd Imlll throesh a' rough
country bnpdrnU of mites ,of road
better than rsllrimd crndc nnd smooth
ns n turnpike, Ibe quarter of ..which
would bare occupied tup arerage roun
ty hoard of supervisors for Are year.
Tho drive twas to bf delivered at the
booms of atorrtson nnd Daly above the
city of Redding, a twilng Jilsce of
auouc JU.uw innapiranis Biiiwiea on a
long rnplds forty miles from LaUe
The.last mp was made sir or ekfNt
DUBS buots toe mill, a idw uivira
Hon of the'' rlventten.eatror the
tosrn, tramped down the, road, to re
tarn early In.tbenornlns mora or teaa
drunk. One or two did -not return.
Among tho reveler waa the cook,
Charlie, commonly catted "the doctor,"
and he moped about disconsolately, la
the veiling be looked so mucn iik a
chicken with the pip that Orde's, at-
lonllnn waa attracted. '""
"dot that dark brown taste. CbarlUr
he Inunirvd.'wltb mock solicitude.
"I tell you 1 only bad two glasses or
beer!" cried Charlie, goaded.
"Then why this joyless demeanorr
begged Orde. v
Charlie grumbled fiercely Inartlcu
late, but Johnny Cballan Interposed
with a chuckle of enjoyment,
'ne got 'bunked.' "
"Tell ns!" cried Orde delightedly,
"it was down nt McNeill's place,'
explained Johnny Cballan. "They was
a ceUDle of sports there who throwed
out three cards back up on the table
aud bet you couldn't pick the Jack.
iictd up the Jatk of'htnrf.
,Tbey showed you where the jack was
Dcroro ,tney inrowea, ana it surety
looked like n.plcnlr. but It wasn't."
''Three card 'monte." said A'eir mark.
".How much!" nskedfSlmmji.
"About $.ip." rrplled ttbdy.
Orde lurned on the disgruntled cook,
"And ypn had lift In your turkey
Camping with I his outfit of hard citi
zens!" bo cried. "Ton ought to lose
Johnny Cballan was explaining to
bis companions exactly how tbe came
At this point Newmark broke into
"Have you a pack of cardsr' be ask'
ed In .bis dry, Incisive manner.
'An old deck was produced.
Newmark cleared a' cracker box of
drying socks and drew It to, him.
"These three are tbe cards," be said,
speaking rapidly. ;Tber la tbe Jack
of heart. 1 paaa my bands-ad. rick
the Jack, one of you," be challenged.
"Any of you," be urged. 'tTpn. North."
The foreman leaned forward and
rather hesitatingly laid a blunt fore
finger on ono ot the card. It, wis tbe
ten of spades. "Let me try," Inter
posed Tim Nolan. "I bet I cad pick
her." ' ' ..
"Ob, yea, yon belt" shrugged New
mark. "And that's where tha card
sharps get you fellows very tiro."
He deftly flipped tbe cardai
Nolan, who bad watched .keenly, In
dicated one without hesitation. Again
It proved to be tho ten of spades.
Everybody 'was ambitious, and the
young man, nltb inexhaustible pa
tlon'ce. tliresv out the cards, the cor
ner of his mouth twitching irdontc
ally at each wrong guess! At length
be called n bait. "By tbls.ilme,I'd
out. ".Now I'll,- pjck thev jack.'' He
made bis swift passes nnd distributed
tbe cards. Then, quite calinly!t'wlttiout
'ddlurblpj: the three on the iff acker
box. ha held uo the Jack of .brkrts.
An exclamation broke jtrOm . the
group. Nolan leaned forward, ana turn
ed over tbe three' on tho '.board:. They
were tbe eight of dlamoodand two
tens of spades. , '
'That's how tbe tbloe la worked."
announced Newmark. '"Once In awhile
you 11 run ngninsi n siraigui game, 041
pot oftcp." ' j. t
'(But you shpwed us tbe J" ver7
tlmo before you throwed tbemt" pus
xlcd Johnny Slmms.
"Sleight of band." explained New
mark, "tho simplest kind of nalmlnc."
"Wbere'd you get on ito doltfg alt
thnt, Nowmnrk?" Inquired Norih. "You
ain't n tin horn yiursclfr
Ncwiuark, laughed briefly. 1'Not I,"
said he. "1 loarned n ,lot df those
(Continued on Pago 13)