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' EVBNINC. tUII.I.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. SATUUDAY, MAR. 2C,;tO'lO. . - " ' 5 J
I 3fo A'aSSSffas -ta Fi5.rSs:S, is it Any wonacr WANTS
Cofjrlillil. I'JOU li) itir Mt.ltiit Com'
ln Cip n;'ti. 107 i L, by
rw.r l.ui4ri t'.it
(To Be Continued llcxt Week.)
I.'tli-r Cnnoli IipiiikIiI llic ntiji'i't tin
npaln. niiiiimI nil It nlicrtK of imtior .
invrntl Willi llcuriM nlinvlnx Im i
lllll"ll elii'.1ier It uonlil
li.Hii' than to boniil
lie to Ut'i'i)
"Yoit1 lerlnlnly lux ITT- out a ulroliif
cife-on mh r." laiiislinl tlnle. "If
J oil buy u looiler II m I n lieu Hint ilio
raises Iwii lirtioiH nt I lie I'tiil of n year
jmi'll bai twein.v-slv. unit If they nil '
breeil, even nllowlii half iiKKlers. I
joii'II liave over iU'O. Mini If 1 1 ley till ,
breed you'll hate uboiit ::. Mm. iiuil If'
"Stop, stipl" tried I'm roll, eoierhiK !
"All lltht." nRreed Oide eiiunbly,
"hut lliiil'n tin; way It llaiihw. riiimy
the earth luu'l oerruu with elileUeiiK.
Isn't It V"
Two tlays In i it Orde tool; her one
bbxl; up I Me Ktteet In look nt n tiny
little houi lurkeil on n llfty foot lot
beneath the shadow of the ehlll'ell.
"II'h iiilnhy lllllis" milil In-. "I'll have
to pi out In the halt to i h.iuc tuy eel
lar." Ihey ended by renthifr' Ihe little
house, mid Carroll took di.irce of It
dellKhtidly. Wlml dlllleiillles she oier
c.'iiiie mid what l.inlinl.le mill eryable
lillsllll.en hhe uinile only lhoe who,
Iinweiifounleritl u like Klliialloii could
"Kind of fun lielnc nuirrled. Isn't ,
ItV" mild he.
"Kind of," she ndniltlpd, noddlns
Tlii' btistness ef the firm wits now In '
fl,V'n' I'ooill nriiliiueiuelils had been J
innri.'. Ihe Ilis wi re In the uiiler. sup- j
,IIeH mid eii:lpiueiits were stored
nway. 1 r lellieti or Hie eiews ell
gaged aiirt IheirewK Iheiilselves pretty
Well licked Mil. Almost iH-fore Ihey
I't.cw II .lanuaiy and lYI.ninr.v had
"V uiiit pailt up. Kivii'ilipiirt." said
"II'H only yesterday that wo camp,"
r.Iu cried icgretfiilly.
At Kidding they e-sploied logether
fc three days the delljits of the old
r-ishloniil !ioue. Then Onle iissumed
bis ivm ds clothes and marched oft
ihrini the xticcl, larrylng Ids bag on
Ms 1 i.i r U
"He looks l!iin loniiuernr of wit
ilemi'K'fi," ''lied Carroll, straining her
I'jes after J'ls mulshing llgure. Knd
dealv she it Tied after him. She clasp.
I'd him In- the linutilcrs.
."(iixdliv." sin1 will. "You'll take
better care of my p'l'eet heart thin you
rver did of .link Orde. won't you.
0111)1! had made Ills dlsposlilolis
I a ' the ci'iii'liil ilUposeK "f lri-s
army. At this point llio men
i-milil keep idi; rlier clear: at
that i.ipld It would reiptlro twenty.
rl jet an einergeiiey liilnht call for
.thllly. Those llihty must not be be
.Mind icaeli. Among Hie leinotcr wll
shTiii'twi'H every seellonjiiust huie Its
Oilihu camp. The crewu of each
would be expected lo keep clear and
miming their own 'bonis" on the
j-her. As fast us the tear clew should
mcrtake these dlvMons either It
cwould absorb them or the member
of them V"Uld be thniwn forward be
.oiid Hie loweimost heat, to take
shaige of ii new dli Islmi downstream.
, walking boss would lliulge the rlier
-trull or i-liln Ihe logs holding the cor
lilatlmi t'f these many units, Orde
liliir-eir would drive up mid dowli the
rJier, overseeing the whole cainpalgu.
O'de found hliiHcIf rather hhoit
liiimleil. lie had iHiiinttd on llinr
bundled men for Ills clews, but scrape
4i i id scratch, as he would he, was mi-
"I'm vnrl.iii'l for you tinu'."
nbli In gather over CTt. However,
later, wtjcii the womls camps should
break up. he would plik up more men.
"They won't be rliermeii like tuy
old criiw, though," said Orde tegtet
fully lo Tom North, the walking; bosi.
I'nttl the logs bhould.be weU adilft
TO CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. . All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
Ii. W. Grove's signature is on
J'AKIS MCDIC1NB CO , St. Unit, V &Ji,
I . I i ...-j..- . -.r ...--. ..i.i i. ..n.... n i . . a
OriV linn rctolied
Tin1 tear clow belli:; fnrtho't Up
stream, Onlu had taken tin1 own-art
to break the lollwujs belonging In
Oailln, wlili li would lie iillt'il on the
batik. Tims he cniilil get to Work Im
liit'itlnlt'tv nt llio 'breakup mill with
out uniting for kuiiio one clo. Tilt'
lumber In (Vulln'it til lie would keep
tin- ini'ii bolov liii'.v unfit tin- ollnr
Mnylirr kIioiiIiI nlmi linic mt tlmlr
Ftiiioit cut nlnt.
Tlii- Iff Awiil out rnily. Wlii'ti tin'
'river run tto.ir In Itx low it ti'iiclii-s liu
took liN rrar rrew In Ciitiln'K tollwiiju.
Tlilt cn-w n futtj In iiiiiiiIht, it
Imtil bltliMi, tciisli li.uitt of M'trrnim.
Ml'flllllT bl-llll'll, Fi'.irilll III 1IUIIHTIHN
(IrIiIk or by iIip bail.MooiN untiirK"' of
nimlliox. I'liinpiii't, tmifciilar, fiMflc,
'".val, oiitsiiiil.cn nmt five to riMcl-v-
' "liort. ini'ii to ilo treat t lilux inulcr
n strolls leaOer. Tin- liriMlilin: of tile
tollv.ii.vM n-pnn. Tin! 0g Ind been
liill'eil to tin- rliiT, tlieli they worn
bankt'il In pile) twenty mitt eleli
tlility feet In lielslit. Tin- bel of llie
Ktrnini Itxelf v.im lllleil with tliein for
u lulle. Kle In it tuirnnr t'lintinel loft
tlowii Inroiiti the tuli'illu to nllow fori
Foiiie llow' of water: the li.mks went
illnl wllli them. lile on, remly to roll
down nt llio urifliii: of the men
I'lrst the enthe crew by means of Its
penile lulled the lower lop Into til"
current to bo rapidly borni; away.
Hiuue tiers would hi' stuck together by
Ice nnd (ousldemble pry Ins unci licnv
liiK were lus'essaiy In order to cruel;
them nparl. Hut fntsf men soon had
the liver full. Orile detailed somo six
it elKht In diop below lu order that
the river inlslit run clear to Ihe next
eelloti, where the next erew would
take il.t tin; Iiihk. Tln'kU 111111 walked
to the eilic of Hie lollwny, rolled n
hitf Illilecv Into tht' Wilier, stepped
iiihoatd, leaned nptltist their poavlcs
and were swept nwny by the swift
in rent. The loit on i.'lileli they stw d
whirled In the ed(lle, eiirolinsl iialust
iillivr timber, slackened pced, (.hot
nway. JioviT did tho tlders nllir their
poses of easy eiiulllhrliitii."
I The eveiiliij: of the second diy Orde
Ireeelied ie Mt from .llni DelilihiK,
foieiuau of tin.' next section lielow.
brlnuliiK with him t'liarlle. the cook of
Italy's last year's drive.
fills fellow drifted III toulfllt two
dajs late lifer H drunk, and he tells
ii mighty iinsT story," said Denning.
"He lia.vs a clew of sixty bad men
from the Saginaw have been tciit I.i'
1 1) lUli'.riiiau Just to tight ami annoy
"Well, where are they';"
"Don't know." ,
"ltilug him oier mid let's hear tlu
fclury," said Onle.
"U'k htralght. Mr. Orde." wild the
limit, iipproaehlug. "Thcie'sn big crew
brought In fioin the Sigluaw waters tn
do jiiii up. They're silpposisl to be
over here to run his dilie. but really
llii'j'H uiiln" to light ami inlse li-. for
why would l.e want sixty men to
break out them Utile rollwnys of IiIh'ii
up at the tiitiilitiiUr.? He "lily owns
n 'forty' up there, and It nlu't inoie'n
half cut any way."
"1 didn't know hu owned any."
"Yen. -sir. lie bought that little
Jidinson plwe 1 1st w later."
"Is lie breaking out Ids wlltrnsH be
Inw5" Onle nsked Itclinlng.
"o. fir." i truck In Cliaille. "he
"How do you hipiien to be hu wlse'l"
"Well." explained ClnrJIe. "when I
fot back from the words list week 1
Just fcovt vt Irippeiiisl Into McNeill's
place. I wasn't drlnkln' n drop!" he
i rlcd virtuously In ntiswcr to 0?i!'
"Of course not." ralil Orde. "I tos
Just thlnklrg of (he Lift time wp wpro
In there together."
"That's JlKt It!" died Chat lie. "They
was alwnyn wre at you nboiit that.
Well. In blew old man lleluziiian mid
McNeill liliii'eir. 1 Just lay low nud
heard their talk. They didn't sen me,
hi they openid lur up wide.".
"What did jnti heari"
"Well. McNeill he ngrped to et n
gang of bail "tips from the Saginaw
to inn In on Ihe ilvir. And McNeill
said, ''lhal's all rUht nboiit the cash,
Mr. Hi Iu7.iii.iii, but 1 been llggerlu' on
getlln' eleu wlih Onle for some my.
H'lf.' lle'.s pajlu' 1hviu 1 a day.
Now, who'd pay that fcr Just rlicr
Onle nodded at Jim Helming.
"Hold on. Charlie." raid he. "Why
jure jmt t;lilug all this away If sou
were wi.ii.ing n.r iieiiizumui
"I'm worl.hr for you now," replied
Charlie with dignity. "Ai.d. U'sliles,
you help.il uie out once youiMlf."
"If that irew's been sent hi there It
means only one tiling nt that end of
the line.'' said Onle.
"Sure. Thej'ie sent up to waste out
llio water In the level voir and hang
lids end of the drlie." replied Denning.
"Wh.it would ,loit ilnV" asked Orde.
"Well," said Denning slowly nud
with a certain glint Joy, "I don't bet
those Saginaw liver pigs are any more
two lUlul Ih in the boys on this rllcf.
I'd go up and ileiitt Vm out."
"Won't do," uegallleil Orde In lolly.
"In the llrst plaie. as you know very
well, we're nlmrl lull did now, nnd wo
inu't spare ihe men from the work,
in Ihe M'uiinl phlei', we'd hang up
"It Jsu't a fair game. Deliy will
hang: its'. Taking men off Ihe work
will hang us. I've gut to see wkjt tan
be done by lall;l.-g lo them."
"Tnll.lng!" Donning tnorte.1. "You
might iih well whlstlo down the draft
pipe of hades! They'll kill you. sine!"
"I'm searcil. I'm willing to admit It.
Hut 1 don't M-e what dee to do. Of
coll roe he's got no lights, hut what
good does that do US ufler our witUT
U gone' And, .Inn, my sou. It we
bang Ibis di.lve I'll bD btillnl so deep I
novel- will dig myself out, No; I've
got to tn,"
" . i.
to Ihihh llio ro.ir -. , I '"" "'" """ - ".""" . . S
iHl " moment, "hero- n tow or nunc wnirr a
g tt wwr HfM ah P5! hud t-iiiii , i !" ii - i. j K kb h vb ikb m
" . ini that iniinlprlir inilil Ulliim II0III.I1IM1I. i mat you are nciuy aim run i v T rfa 1 db i ..jj
mi wo cnn itfTonl t mink fur jc down when you allow your ' l
tJIJOt of tiiiee iiuill log
Ins maikisl the Johnson
latrr (lie ltelii7.iuaii camp,
l'lutu Ihe chliuui'ys a smoke
nrunp. 'lwiuiy er thirty tlieimeu
lonnsed iibnitt the Hiiiiuy side of the
larpt Kllllellire. Orde fill ked to Ills
hoiM's, nud the spidery wheels of the
liuekboaid kV.un lliihtly over the wet
hltuimooks, to ioIiil' toil htop opposite
"Hello, boys!" isal.l lie cheerfully.
n one rvpllitt. Onlu lookel them
i it with some Interest. They were u
dirt), liukeiupt, lili'lntveli. hard Took
IliK lot, with bloidshot e.ies. a flicker
of the iliiii'ili'ill In cxptesslon. beyond
Ihe llrft until, haiileiiid Into an eu
liming toughness of lllier bad men
f nun' Ihe SiiKtuaw In truth mid. unless
Orde was tnMiiki n. men Ju-l off u
tlitmk nnd therefore especially dancer
oils, fneii cner In tlalit nt the drop of
the hat mid ready to employ all the )
HTriijnis weapons or inu rotin aim
"Who's .lour bossV nskeil On)".
"The Untish Itisl," u malt snarlid.
Otde had heard of thU man, of .Ids
personality nnd his deuls. l.ll-o Kill it
.la I; of the Muskegon, Ids explolls had
been eeleluiitisl 111 sous. A blK. Iirmul
fae man, with n led beatd, stroni;as
I mid savage us a wild beast. It
said that while Jobbing for Morrl-
so .c lialy In mmuc of that tlrin's Sag-
ll ,' valley holdings tlic-Uoiu!i
ill iverid that it Inuve had gone lame,
lie called the driver of that team be
fore him. Hcl'i'd au Iron Hunting bar
and with It broke ihe mini's leg. "Try
th' limene.is ourself, lliruey .Mallati."
"IJVii, JJin UmirU!" nnl il.ilr. '
Cl!d he To appeal to the eh irlty of
null a nun would be utterly iim'Icsj.
Onle iiaw this iliit. . He plikul up his
reins mid sp'ike to his team.
A huge rlviTinaii pliuted himself
iiuarcly In the way. The others, ris
ing, slowly mirro'.iudeil the rli
lie drove del berately ii'iead, forcing
Ihe men to ctep udde, m.d stoppul his
horses by n stub. He tied Ihe-.i tiiere
and ili"eei.d"d. A hufe fofu appear
id above Hi" river lunki
(tide made i lit the ireat siliare llg
ure of tho Imss. hi i soft Int. Ills I'am
I'C ml beard, his dingy nruklnnw
coat, his illnsy black and wtdle cluck
i.l llaunel shirt. Ids dingy blue troitKcrs
l'icl"il 1'ito lil-h sock i. mid. Instead of
driving boots. liLi uiiiliiiiry lunitier-
I .a u'k nibberi. In a lii'iinent he thri'lt
l!irnttjll the lltish and Miml befo.v
Orde. He Marcil at Ihe young mnn,
and then, with it wild Irish yell, leap
ed upon him. Orde, caught tiuiliiiiri',
was llliiililu to stiuggle agiilnst the gb
pintle rlvcri.'.au. He was pinned ba k
ngaln-t the wall, and the Hough Heir
flee was wlllilu two feet of his own.
Aid how lire i. ye "Uld tlailliitV
shouted the latter, with u roll of outfit.
"Whv. .llni llourke!" cried Orde.
Th-' ltoii';li.tliil Jet kul him to lit
feet nikl p'nided him mightily on the
"You i ilhi stioozer!" he billowed.
"Where ih' htaiiM'ty blank did ve
rome fioin'i Itjos." he shoulul to the
I'leu. ' It'll llio inilil boss on th' Alt
S-iihtc hl year back -Hut time, ye
mlrd, whlu we hud th' he Jim! (llory
lie, but I'm pluil to.MS' e!"
"I didn't kuowiou'd turned Into t!if
Kotigli lied." laiiginsl Onle.
The Hough Itul gl limed.
"Wlnl h.no i been dohi'V"
"That's Just It. Jimmy," said Orde.
drawing tho giant ieie side, out of
i-.li' Mini. "AH my I'Sk's lilt hi one
basket, and It's n mean trick of suit
to hlse out for lilthy lucre to khk tint
"What do u iiianeV' asked the
11111111 b tell me." conn
that this irew his been
(.out up heie Just to bleak 'out those
measly little lollwaysV"'
"Thlm?" f.ald Ih" Hough Iti'tl.
"Tlilm? Not mill li! Thlm'H my body
giuiiil. They can lit h their weight In
wild cats, ni.d I'll lolke well lo see th"
gang of hlghbankiTS that lutlsts this
rlvir tliry to pry thlm out. We were
slut lieiu lo folght. Me boss mid th'
sucker that's drclien thU rlicr lias
a low tin!"
"Jlmni.", K.1I1I Onle. "dlln't you
know that 1 am the gentleman last
mentioned? I'm driving this river,
nnd lliut'M my ilam-kecpcr juu'ie got
hid away umiewheie bote, aud that's
my water you'ie plauiilug to waMe!"
WliatV" In a tone of vast astonish
ment, the Hoitu'h Ilcd nictillumil his
probable deserU i Jhe futttro life.
ye want its to do? We're ,
i now gettln' ifl n day and Imird from
that iiiiitilerln' otild illlnlu Ilpln.mau, I
so we can itn'oril to wunk for je
, "Oli. pleiiFP do now, darllnl!" wliep.
till il the Itoimh IK it. his little eyes
iiKlenili with mischief, "find us some
more pe.nles. nnd we'll blip e on yure
rollnajs. Ard till us afore ji go
"nw ' ""' ""S lllllll. mill lllinn in
' way sue ll ie, i ouie, now. near, iiini
ain't ye short handed nowV
Olik' slapped his knee m.d lauglird,
' "This Is sure one dellie of a Joke!"
he Hied. "It Mire be!
I "I'll take J Oil bnyi on." said Orde
at last, "at the ustfal wages dollar
and ii half for the Jam, thiee for the
lre.tr I tin. lit If you'll mv much of
I Ui lns-.nmii'H money when this le.tki
HIS Oriie. by the sh-er goid
lie I. that Fometlines faiors men
outraged lu large clitolprNcs,
not only frustiated u plan like
ly to hi big failure to his lntcri'Ms, but
llllnl up his crews. It may be re
inaikcd here, us well as later, that the
"(irrors of the Saginaw" Muled with
the tittle to Its llulsli and proicd re
liable and tractable In every purlieu
The Hough lit it .s enormous strength.
' daredevil spirit mid nlinblcner.sof hody
! made him I in a I liable at this danger
.oils woik. The ue.vs on Ihe various
heals now had their hands full to kts'p
the lo running. The slightest tlieck
1 ut iiuy one point meaitt ii Jam. for there
was no way of Mopping the unending
Jams on the rlicr, contrary to gen
eral liellef, me of lery common occur
rente. Throughout the length of the
dllie thcie were probably three or
four hangups a day. l'.ui li of these
laid to he lcoken. mid III the breaking
Orde ufler the icar was well started
j patrolled the length of the drlie lu his
( light hucklsiard. At time; he remain
' cd tit one citnip fur heifinl nays watch
! ins the treud of the work. The tin-
proivmcnts maOeilurlug the precedln
liliir the grealcM satis- 1
dally the apron at the
fai Hon, cvpi
No trouble was experienced until
Heliixinaii's rollwnys were leached,
lliie Orde had boomed a free channel
to prevent llelii.maii fmm lining up
the entire rlicr bed with Ids inllwiijs.
When the Jam of the ilthc had de
scended th" rlicr us far as this Helms
man had not .let begun lo break out.
Hardly had Onlc's first crew passed,
houeier, when Hclimuau's men began
to break down the logs Into the drive.
Long before the rear caught Up Heinz
man's tliitc was hi Ihe water, min
gled wltli fie sKty or eighty million
feet Old.' had In charge. Ji ,
The situation Mas plain. All lleluz
fill now hud to do was to retain a
small crew, which slmuM follow after
the re ir In order to sa-k what log the
bitter Hhotil.l leave stranded. As It
was Impossible lu so great a mass or.
I tliubets nud in the haste of 11 presslns
j labor to tlMlngiibh tr ilUi-lliiilnate
( ncslnst any single Irand, lleinzinan
win tn 11 fair way to get Ida logs sent
Jownsircam with practically no ix-
I "Veil, my buy." rcmail.cd the tier
1 man iiille fiT.M-ly to Onle as they met
011 the mad cue day, "looks like 1 got
' j mi ills lime. chV"
I Orde laughed.
i "If'jou menu j'mir legs are going
down with ours, why, I guess ymi
. Iklic. Hut you paste tills In jonr hat -Ijou're
going to keep 11 fill busy, mid
' It's going to cost
ou something to
pet 'em down."
kept 11 shaip look
out fir "11" logs
and whereicr pus
flble ll'til-t lliem
aside Into eddies
it ml batkwaters.
This, of 1 ourse.
merely uinilo work
for the suckers
Hellizinan had left
nboie the rear.
Si oil they were lu
charge of 11 veiy
fair llltle drive of
their 01V11. Their
li t was not envi
able. One day w'i 11
V'iiiift Itiiin hi hlc
(inle'n biickboanl drew Inlo ciimp he
j sent l.ouike uway to fpalr ilamagt'f.
while he calliil Ihe ciiil.ee to help 1111
paik leieial heavy boxes of hanlwiue.
'Ihey proied In nil lillll llhnilt thlrly
small halt bets, well shaipinid mid
e.uh wlh a Hither guaid, When llio
leat'i lew had (nine lu llial lil'.'hl Onle
illtlrlbutid ihe halt hols.
"I'.ojh," fild In', "whl'e jou're oil
the woik I luiht yon nil to keep n
wiiti h out fir Ihcso 'll' logs, and
wherevtr .1011 strike one I want suu
to Jilaze It plainly m Ihere won't be
my mistake about It."
"V.'hal fur':" asked a t'uslnaw man.
A rliertiiaii 1 iilgul him.
".lint do what Mi'rv Inlil In on lids
il'.er mil jou'll ice Inu sine."
Ilivce days later Ihe lear clew ran
li:o the head 1 f the pond ahoie Heed's
lam. 'lo i-itry one's si..,prl. Onle
calliil a halt 011 the well; mid announc
ed a holiday.
. t v ..1. J . . i u
i don't remain In such a condi- '..-
i Hon when , " '
nriirrTB i to TVT :.'
vill lieln vou wonderfully on
the rood back to health. It
has been tested for over 53
years with satisfactory re
sults in cases of Poor Ante
tite. Heartburn. Indication,
Dyspepsia and Malaria. Try
For sale by llenaon, Smith ft Co.,
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Nov . Iiol.'ii lys rre.tiiikiiowii mi drive.
Iktrel,! Is time nllowid for rating mill
slec'ilti Neicilheless till that tlay
the men lay about lu complete Idle
iiett. The pond tilled with logs. I'rom
Ibnve the ill lent, nlilrd by u fiilr
wind, was illlvlii'4 down still other
lo-s-tlu. fiirernuiier.i of Ihe lltlh-dilve
asieni At r 'it of theft' foiee of the
me'i .ruiiilili it. ' We'r lot In' what we
in de." said til.'. ".V b'ft Iheiu logs
ii d m ittd Vm nut oiiee alieady."
Onle f etil ii couple of iixmoii lo blaze
i'.:e newcomers. A little befole sun.
ilon ll he tri'.tl'd Ihe alulce gales ot
ihe dun opened.';
"Nlhl wo!'.;." sil.l Ihe men to one
i not her. ''
tture eiioii'ih.' after surper Ord.' Mid
ileiilv appealed muniig theiu.
"Oct organlnil.' b iji." said In' brlik
ly. "We'te got' (o get tills pond tilt
slult ed befole 'mjunllig,"
The men took, tlicr places.
".Juice tliroiuh 'I'lerythlng but the
II' 'logs," (lrde coniinaiideil. "Work
hem off lo the lett nnd lean- them."
The sluicing., under the Impetus of a
blgirew. wenl-rapldly. "There's near
i uilllloii an Hour going tnroiign mere,
4,,., Mated Orde. watching the burden
Cl .,,.,.,. uf tlu t.lul0. And In thb
work the men distinguished easily the
new while blue murks 011 lleliir.nmii's
, logs, so they were able to shunt them
one side Into the smoother water, us
Orde had fouiuriiidcd.
I As the lust log shut through Orde
I cried. "Tear out Ihe booun!"
The chute to the dam was approach
ed, us has been earlier explained, by
, two runs of ls)otiis arranged In a Y, or
1 funnel, the apex of which emptied Into
the sluiceway and the wide, projecting
'linns of w hlcii icjoltraccd the width of
Mhe slieaiu. The log. Heating down
.the pond, were llns loiiceutruted to
I ward the Mil Ice; also the rliermeii,
j walking back mid forth the length of
I the booms, weri'itbtl' easily to keep the
Now, lioweur. Orle unchained thttto
,m ), -ji,,, . ,mshed lliem
I HUO.,,, ,..pi In thilr peavles and,
llMll;j , tniU-iiit'iitM as handles.
Kiriu. ,u!s liaek luto the wotnls.
Tll, ,.y,.rj iMsy, tniliipcd back mid
I fti.'lh. loiiud and about, to confuse the
trull. Onle was like a nilsihlcvouit boy
at it si'h.sil prank.
The blaze I log belonging to lleluz
man. drifting slowly, had sucked down
Into the loruer low 'he power cuuat,
viheri', caught ugll. he grating, they
had Jammed. These logs would have
to be lloaled singly and ptibbcd one by
oae against the current ucioss the pond
mid Into the lutlueneo of the slulco
gate. Some of them would lie hard to
"1 guess that will keep them busy for
11 day or two," commented Orde.
This, as Onle has said, would he suf
ficient!.! annoying to Heluziiiaii, but
Would hive little leal effect oil tho
main Issue, which was that the Her
man was. getting down Ids logs with 11
ciew of less than a dozen men. Nov-
erllieless Orde hi a vast spirit of fun
took delight hi Inventing and executing
pinctle.il Jokes of the general sort Juit
ilcscillied. One day the chore boy, who
had been over to Spruce Haplds after
11111II. reported that all additional crew
uf twenty had Ih-pii sent lu to Heinz
man's ililvc. This was gratifying.
"We're making him scratch gravel,
boys, anyway." said Orde.
The men entered Into the spirit of
the thing. In fact, their 'enthusiasm
was aliniHt too exuberant. Onle had
constantly to negative new utitl In
"No, Ikijs." said lie, "I want to keep
ill the rl-til side of the law, W.i may
iced It laler."
I.njs rarely Jam on rising water, for
ho simple reason that constantly the
To B Continued)
When Unity was sick, we gave her
When slio was a Child, she cried tot
When who became Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, she gave them
Men of science aro somewhat per
plexed by the latest astronomical
note, that the. comet Is palling Its
lull In tho middle, Kansas City
i IH I
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Everymie to know that J, K. Koclia,
the tailor, has removed from tilt
Harrison building to Rooms 35
and 3C, Young Hotel, 4fiG4-ltn
Ily married couple (no children),
furnished cottage; nut over 2l
AUdresu "II,", Ilulletlu olllcc.
A furnished hoiiho for mnnll family
No children. Address "T. V.",
Ilulletln otlice. 1571-Ci
Three or four-room cottage; roll' i
lenwintiliiu. Address "K. C. II.",'.
Second-hand business buggy In good
condition. "Y.", Ilulletln.
Clean wiping ragi at th Bullitln of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping pooltlon. ITrit-clags ref
erences. Address "A," Ilulletln
Ilcllahle enrpenter, white, with tools,
wishes permanent Job, In town or
outside. Address "O. O.'1, this of
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. II.
Matzle, 14B7 Auld Lane. Tel. 15C4.
A bright boy wants Job afternoons.
Address "C. C.", this offlce.
Crescent pearl pin and lady's tic,
betwtcii Niiunnii nud School Stn.
and Hotline Theater. Reward, this
Frog set with diamonds, nt Opera
House. Saturday evening. Addresi
I. 0. llox 351. Howard.
Phone COD and nsk for Car No. 482
Fred Noyos" new 1910 7-pasHenger
Kissel Kur. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand; j
Ulius. tleynoiUB. 4Ii4U-tl
E. H. Lewis will ooen on April 1 a
riding school at Athletic Park; 25
stylish snddlo horses will bo used.
Huurs from 9 to 11 nnd 3 to 6, t
dully. Prices will be Jl per les
son, or twelve lessons (or $10. We
guarantee to mako a good rider
ot iiu fur (10. Lowls Stables,
Tol. 41. 45GG-tr
Tapaneie Employment Association,
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phono C97 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
Tee fting Kee-Plnmber and Tinimitk
Smith dt bet. Hotel and Pauihl.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Paciflo Clnb.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
10 ; irom r 10 0.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Offlce, 590. Residence. 146a
W. Karl Vincent
rof, of MubIc Lessons In Singing,
Planoforto, Pipe Organ, etc. 8tu
dlo, Knplolanl Hldg.; room 17.
Res., 1G34 Nuuanu Ave.; phone
1428. 4544. tt
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretanla Sta.
Home Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-18
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. 8.
HOURS Clnb Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.j 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
Bulletin Business Ofirte Phone 288,
Bulletin WUotfil Room fUout IS.
H'.-iuU ioIIuku ui Ulriiiiuml Head.
Address "N.", Ilulletln tmi.
'I wu ttirnUtied iooiu. ppl) Mrt.
I) Mi-Oouurll, ii Klinni Hi.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
I.'isil fiirulslit-d itioiu5 uud cotHK,
wltb or wltbtiiu bouril. IC3I
Niiu.iiiu Av n mr S'hool 8t
I'lb'ib inooeidtti. MAU-tt
The Trnliw) tlivulope u llint-siiylni
llivelitloli, .No ailitmsHlug tieccfr
sitry lu neintlng out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln 1'iiblUhliig Co.,
mjIo iigentu fur.putelitee. tt
Ury nnd gteen awa root In large and
small quantities. Orders solicited.
(J to. Knca, 9.18 Kelaullke street;
I. O. llox C, Honolulu. 4561-
Klx-room furnlsheil hoiue; modern
In every respect; $G0 per month,
ilerctanla street, near l'unahou.
"K. K.", this otlice. 4572-1.
Men's clothing 011 credit. $1 a wesk;
suit given at once, :Levy Outbt
tlng Co., Sachs lildg,, Fort 81
Diamonds and Jewelry 'bought, soli
nnd exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort 8t.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ihlp-
plttg books, at Dulletlj offlce. tl
We have just received new
patterns on wood and leather.
Everything you need for the
work you will find at our
Points and Bulbs
Photo Supply Co.
Fort, Below Hotel ,
In Our Cream
Special care to. keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAttl.
nanufaturd from pur dfctlllM w
ter. O.llv.r.d t. any par olty fey
taurtioui drlvtra. 1
OAHU ICE AND EIKIIIC CI.
.wlo- T.lMh.n Mfc
Delivered to miiiMM
and offloea at tU pa.'
hundred im 10-lk. Uta
r more. ,
W. O. ABNHAHT,
1U Merchant M.
AU the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
Inter-Wluid and O. R. U shluutea
books for i. the Qullattn
cftce, ((. ecjt.
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