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1 tiVENMNO mJU.BTIN, HONOLULU. T. I!., BATWttDAY, AITt. 2. 1010. ' lg -49
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(To Be Continued)
rorfneo nrc of tlio river It Increnslnc,
11m tcmllnj; lu Ki-pinite the lost. On
tlm other linnd, fnllliiR mittr, teuillns
tn croMd the tlrhe cloHcr togetlicr, U
vriiechilly proline of trouble. There
fore, on iliiod Mnter the ntcheM
cntlcrcd alone tho stretches of the
flier Imtl little to do-snvo Htrand
Ileliiziniiii's log for hint.
Ui to n certain point thU was all
very well. Orde tiKk palm not to
cnnntenrlice It odlelnlly and taucd
Monl. to ho pnnxed nlxutt tint, while
he tKd not expect M men to help tlrh u
lltlnztnnii'a log?, they mint not go out
' their wny to itlrand tlini.
"If thlnpt get tiHj Ind. he'll liavo
Hples down here to colleetetlilenee
on nt," wild Onle. "nnd h 'IIJu moiiiu
of lit for Interferenct' with his prop
ery AVe don't own tho rlter."
Intlde of two weeks Orde had the
Krent H.illsfuctlou of lenrnlii tli.it
Ilclnzman wan wurkliiK-nnd workhiR
hard n crew of fifty men.
"A pretty f.ilr trow. uen If he was
taking out hit vholo drlte," com
The koiN of luck seemed to he with
the new enttrprlKo. The water held
out to tarry the hiit Bllck of tliiiher
oer the vliniloncHt r.ijildt. Weather
coiiiUlIons wire plieiioiueii.il -and per
fetf All tip and down the rher tlio
work wtut with lin nml ihmh
After Ihlx hippy riiihlnn the drive
unit until at last II enterei) the hroad
deep nml iiatlpihle Kl irk lips of ttn
rher fiom lleddlns lo the like. Here,
luirrlng the aielilent of an ex'lrnoidl
nary Hood, the troulilri weri over. On
tho hrond, phcld liooln of the ulreiir
the livs would lloat Ah Orde nat In
liN luukhoanl. rendj lo gu Info town
for n lint sllmiiro of Carroll In more
than two lunnlhi. ho ci7."il wllh an
lllllncliHo Mil lifnrt lull mrr tlio liniml
river iiiihIiib hrown nml Bl.nlerllke. jh
tinmen mo loss innt cmered It were
llcld nnd (ompoFeil nil Its riihstaiuc
Tbo enterprlie wai pnutlciilly asmir
ti of Kiicies.
I Tor nnlillo lyw Ordo was to hae n
tlirenthlns npell. A large nunihcr of
Jmeii were heiv hid off., The remain
- 5tl, under tho direction of Jim Don-
lilns, would leipilie little er no niluil
supervlnlon. Until the Jam should
me icached Hie ilMrlhullns Iiooiim
nhoo Jlourotln tho iifTiilr was n-ry
Hlmplo. Itefoio ho left, Imnvier, he
tnllid Denulne to him.
Mlm," nald he. "I'll he down to ree
Jon through the sluiceways nt Ited-dim.-,
of course. Hut now tint jou
Imo a Rood, kIIU stretch of river I
want jou to Include lu our drive nil
tho Ilelnmnn hrpn from alwuo ion
possibly wn. u jou can Ox It. 'let
their ilrlvo drlrt down nlo ours."
"Tln we'll Unp to dilte their lo-i
for them," nlijectrd Dennlns.
"Sure." n-Joliil Onle, "hut It's easy
flrhlii". and If that crew of his h isn't
niin.li to do perhaps he'll lay moiit of
them tiff hero at Kidding"
Helming looked at lili prlmlpal for
n moment, then n sow giln oterspiead
his fate. Without comment he lifmed
hnik to lamp, nud Ordo took up his
"Oh, I'm so glnd to get you hack!"
cried Carroll oter and oier iignlu n
Bin- clung lo him -I don't lite whllo
yoii'ro nwny. And oory drop of rain
that patters en tho roof i hills mv
heart, Ikm-iiiiso I think of It as hilling
i. Dear heart, don't leavo me
Hhe shook her head nt him slowly, a
m.tsleihiiM siiillnoii her lips. AVItlioiif
explaining her thought he slipped
from his kneo nnd glided aeross to the
tall golden harp, which had been
liroiiKht from Monrovia, 'I he light and
tlhphanous silk of her loose ptU-uoIr
floated nhoiit her. deilnln' tho m.itur
Ing grnco of her llgure. Abruptly sho
Vtrnek n great crashing chord. ' '
Then, wlih nu aluiuilon of peslnsy,
she pluiik-iil Into one of those wild nnd
eea blown, Mgn-lll.e rh ipsodUM of tho
"Oh, U'm ioii, iuii, ton'" ;u ciM,
Iliiiignihus, full of tho wind lu rlt;
Ring, thestoru lu tho pines, of shriek
ing, nm foVics hurlllug uiiUialued
thioiigh a iiMiiindlug and 'Intlullo
"Whut Is tlutV" gasped Onle.
She run to him.
"Oh, It'H i mi, .ton, jou!" slut cried.
He held hi r close)) . "I)o jou Ihluk
It Is good lo get iiillo so nertous,
BweethnartV he jinked gently then.
'Oh. r ilu' I do'" Mio luoko In ear
nustly "livery moment of my waking
and Hleepliij; hour) I ruinember htm.
Alnajs I ktep hla little soul before me
us. iMI'ht ou n shrine. Ijut uuili'liiy
oh, tonight, r crti:,: lauph and shout
aloud like tho people In the Ilible, with
MfltmllttV ttf lintlfllll kll.t M,l,tt-ln.l Itnf.
"'"" " "" "V ... ..v.'"' i
sen ciose in urtie who n nine iiiiirmur
of happiness. "I think of all the beau
tlflll things." she whispered, "and of
the nHble things nnd of the greit
things. lie Is going to be sturdy, llko
Ids father n wonderful boy, a boy all
"I.Ike his mother," said Orde.
Hhe smiled up nt him "I wnnt him
Ut llko J 'l, dear." she pleaded
THIlin: dnjs later the jam of tho
drive; re.iilied'the dam ut Ittil
tllug. After the rear had dni
khI down rjter from Itcddlug
Carroll and Orde rt turned to their de
serted little box of n house at .Moll
Orde breathed deep of n new sails
faction In walking ng.ilu tho streets of
this little sand', sindust patetl, slum
tjtletl town, with Its jellow hills mid
Its wide blue rltcr nnd Its glimpse of
the lake far lu the oiling.
"Hanged If I Know what's strilel:
me," he mused. "Xeter cxpcrlomcd
nny remaikable Joy before lu getting
buck lo this sort of truck."
'Jlieu, with n warm glow nt the
heart, the reallratloii was biought to
him. This was home, nnd oer j under
under the shadow of the he it en isilnt
lug spire n slip of a girl was waiting
Tho re't of the week Orde was ab
reut up the rltir. superintending lu n
g'liiTal nay the litter progress of tho
At tile booms everything wns In
readliiesj to retell e the Jam. The
Ion,.' swim arm slanting acioss the
rher thiuuel was attached to Its
winch which would opelilto It. When
shut It wnu! I (.lose the main channel
nml shunt Into the bourns the logs Hunt
ing; lu the rlw i 'J hero, penned ut hist
bj the Idles dilun lu a row and held
together at the top by bolted timbers,
they would lh quiet. .Men armed wllh
pile poles would then take up the
wtrk of distribution aetordhig to tlio
braldt stamtHd ou the ends. Kach .
brand hid Its own sepirnte "sorting
pens.'" the loner end Ic tiling ngiln
Into the open rher Twin lhee each
owner's property was rafted nud toned
to Ills prhati1 (slums at his mill below.
Onle spent the diy before the Jam
nppenied lu (oiistruitlug what he call
ed a ' bcsiinernng."
"He. rel Intention Just yet." ho
pbilmd to N'etMnnrk. "I'm going to
lio'd up the drive In (he main rher
unll vie hue things bundled; then
I'm going to thlow n big clew down
here by the siting. Hcluznmn nnlhl.
piles, of lourse. that I'll run the en
tire dlhe Into the Ikhiiiis nml do all
my sitting I liens Nnturnlly If I turn
Ills legs lnoM Into the river ns fast as
I run nrross them he will he utile to
phk tliem up one nt n lime, for he'll
onlj; get Ihem itiisIoiuiIIj-. If I keip
them nrlll ever.vlhlng elVe Is sorted
only Iletii7Uian's logs will remain, and
ns we hate no right to hold logs we'll
lime to turn them loose through the
loner sorting booms, where he enn bo
ready lo raft them In that way ho
gets them nil right without pajlug uh
n cent Siei"
"Yes, I mo." said New mark.
"Well," said Orde. with n laugh,
"heie Is where I fool him Tin going
to rush the drlte lulo the Iksiius nil nt
nme, but I'm going to sort out Helm
man's logs at theo openings near tho
entrance and tin n them Into tho inalii
"What good win tint do" usked
N'ewmark skeptluillj, "He gels them
Borteil Just 'the same, doesn't he"
"The turrent'H fairly strong." Onle
polntul out. "and the rher's nlmlghty
m Ide. When j ou spring sei en or eight
million fist on a iiinu nil ut once and
iinospis inl nnd io wllh no crew to
handle Ihem. he's going to keep al
mighty busy And If he don't stop
them this side his mill ho'll hnio to
raft and low them back, nud If he
dnoim't stop "em this sldo the Inko he
niayias well kl them nil goodb.v."
The boomerang worki d like n eh.irin.
Onle, In pirsonal ilnrge, watiheil tint
through the dinVr.'Ut openings lu Ids
iKiomerajig the "H" logs were shunt
rd Into thn rher. Slim Ily the channel
Mas full of logs lloatlmi merrily .iwnj.
"I'te got to go donn and sen lion tho
Dutchman Is milking It," 1111111.11111 ed
Ho droi e to Ileluzman'N mill There
he foul d eildenees of the wildest ex
elleuii'iil. Itonts piled lu all directions.
A tug ilnrlrd bi(U and forth, Con.
Htiintly (ho uunibcr of flonlng logs
nugmculid, lion ever Jinny hid al
ready gono by.
"If jou think jou'ro busv now," said
911I0 lo hliiiKVir, n llh 11 chiKkhs "Just
wnlt until jou iX'glu to get logs. ;'lnt's
lie doing wllh (hat lug'' thought he.
"Oh. ho! He's stringing booms across
tho rher lo hold tho whole outfit."
Ho laughed aloud 'nnd droie fran
tically hack to the boomi.
"He's shut down his mill," sh'uited
Onle, 'Vud bo's got ul h it giiug of
hUhbnnkers out and eiery old rum
blossoii In Momoih. and I bet If
jou j.ny 'logs' to him he'd chaso his
til! In elrdes. I'm going to take Marsh
nnd tho Hpilio nnd go lo town Old
Ilf Inriiifin." he lidded as an nrier
tliought. "Is stilugliig booms ueioss tho
rher -obstructing uailgallon"
".Marsh.'' he cnlled, "got up steam?''
Therci'nppvnrei a short, smi iro man,
ejes blue an the sky.
"l'i In two minutes" he nusnered.
"II in o.. tiro lier up!"
Cintaln Slnrsli gulled his imrgetle
ch.irje iimonj. the logs ilontlus In tlio
stream wllh the nnrielnus. sniiil In
stinct of lie expert tiu'lmarmin Orde
noted wltit satlsfnetlon that many of
the logs hml found lodgment mining
thn roods nnd In the h-11011 nml lnli. I
One nt n time, mid painfull', those
would h up to be sahnged
Shortly Onle. MiiudlU'- lit the wheel
lu the pilothouse, could sip down Hip
stretches of the river n crowd of men
"Thej'ie get em stopped." comment
ed Orde, "Look nt thaf gang workl-ig
".Wha do jou want me to do?"
sked Captain Mnrsh.
"This Is n nnilgahlc rher. Isn't Itl"
tcplled Orde. "llun throush!"
Ihc tu bended straight for Cis
slender Hue 11' booms stretching iiliw
ntross the rher
Orde hiokiS at his watch.
"We'll be lite for the mill unless
we htirrj," raid he.
Marsh ring the engine room bell.
The wnter ihiiruid while behind.
"Vat jou doV Htop!" cried llelnztnin
from n boat.
"You're obstructing milgnllon!"
yelled Orde. "I'le g'ot to go to town
to Inij n postage stamp."
'J he prow of the tug. nceiiralply
aimed hj .Matsh. hit squire In the
Junction of tno of the booms. There
ensued 11 mouielit of strain; then the
links suipptd. and the Sprite plttugid
Jojously through the opening. The
liounn, sttipt aside hj the tiirreut,
Uoalrd 10 either shore. The rlt 1 r lias
"Slow down. Marsh," snld Onle.
"' et's see the show"
I p rln r nil the small boats gathered
l.i .1 Hue. connected one to the othir
by a rope. Tho tug passed 01 er to
Ihem the cable nttnehed to the boom.
'1 1 Ideally tho combined efforts of the
nut bo its were counted 011 to hold tint
hilf boom iicmss tho current while tho
tug brought out thp other lulf. When
the lug dropped theenble Onle I liighed.
''Nobody but 11 Dutchman would
halo thought of that!" he cried. "Now
for the fun!"
Immedkitily the weight fell on-tho
small bolts they were dragged Irre
sistibly backward. Marsh loitered his
tplescopp, the tears of laiuhter si renin
lug down his face.
They'll line to hale two tugs be
fore they etui rlose the bienk that
way," lommeiited Onle.
"Sure tiling." replied Captain Marsh.
Hut at that moment a blade smoke
rolled up oter the niarslies, nnd shortly '
nrouiid the bend from nboie came tho
I.ucy lielle. '
The I.ucy Hello was the main excuse
for culling the rher 11 iilgibbs In up -
penrnnce she was two Horlcd. with
twin smokestacks. 1111 Iron Indian on
her (op and 11 "splinter behind" piddle
'There romps Ids help," sild Onle.
Sure enough, the Lucy Helle stopped.
After n short conference she steamed
clumsily oter lo get hold of one end
of the booms. The tug took the other.
In time and by dint of much plashing. 1
some collisions nnd seier.il nttempts
the ends of the Ikhiiiis were unhid.
Hy this time, hotieier. nearly nil the
logs had ci-inpcd The tug. lotting n I
string of nut bouts, set out lu pursuit I
Hie Lucy Ildle tuned in toward the
She's going to spenk us." mnrtclcd 1
"Tug ahoj !" bellowed 11 rid fined In
llh idil il fnuu the tippt r deck. He was
drpsmd lu hlup and briss buttons nud
wns llliernll.t festiHimd tilth gold braid
and embroidered nudiors.
"Hello there, commodore! Whit Is
It?" replied Marsh.
"They wnnt 11 lug up there nt Ilelnx
man's, Can jou go?"
"Sure!" cried Marsh, choking.
The I.ucy Hello sheered off magnlfl
"What do jou think of tint?" Slnrsh
"Head upstienm ng.iln."
Ilrliirmnu saw the Sprlip rotnln:
nnd rimed out frantically, splashing
at eiory Mrokc nnd yplllng with oyeiy
"Don't you go through there! Vull
n minute! Slop I lell jou!"
"lio'd up!" Mid Onle lo Marsh.
Hi'lnnn 111 lonitl uloiisldis
"nt jou do?'
"I f"Unt the
1111 iiej to bll.l un
tiiiuip with," said
Onlp s iv pet ly
"I'm going luck
lo gel It."
nun" s.ild Orde
seierelj "ti 11 nre
I 11111 doliu busl
uess. m d I can
not be Interfered
rut iiMi iiiiT" a 11
"llul mj logs!"
"I have nnthlii'; 10 do tilth jour logs
You are drltliig jour own logs," Oido
"On ahead. Marsh!" Hild Orde.
Tor n nee mid lline the fhulns were
stiappul. The ,seierisl ends of the
booms swung bm k loiinrd either shot e.
IVliieen Ihem Hunted 11 rnttboat. In
the mtilsiat geslliuhiled 11 pudgy mail.
Therhir was well sprluklisl with logs.
:itdeitlj the sorting tins going on
"Mnj as well go Inek to the works,"
said Onle "I' won't snbi llioiiiJ.il.
gethpr 11 un 1 11 lodaj not Ii he nails for
that tug he sent Simpson for."
Or.le ditiillKl loan npprcditlio mull
em p the happeuliigs below-.
HVIijs I c lialn'l soried out inore'n a
million lii't of Ids logs." 1 1 lid Itollwny
Charlie, "lie hain't sei;n no logs jet "
The) 11111111I tilth row enthusliism
to the work of shunting "II ' logs Into
stream Willi Hip nnriplous. spinnd In- A stableman pici.iil his way out titer , fBmmmmmmammmmmmm m
stlnct of lic expert tiulmar mm Orde tlic booms with n nies-nce for Ordo THE KEYSTONE .-. . -. -r t l "Nf f&
A stnbiemaii iiei,iil his way out oter
the booms with il niesnge for Ordo
".Mr, Ilelnriiian's ashore mid wants
to ree you," said he.
Ordo foni'il the mill man paring rest
lessly up'ni.d donn Is-fore i steaming
pair of liofes New in 11 k. ere!ied en
n stump, was suiiejlng I1I111 sardonic
"Here jou polh .ire!" Imrst out
Ilclertnin. "I must not lose my lopsi
Vnt Is jour prolsisltlon?"
New mark broke In quickly.
"I'to told Mr Iteliirnim," sM he
"lint lie Would sort nnd delltir the
ret of his logs for P2 a Ihousnnd "
"Tlint will be nbout It." nsrecsl On
"Hut," exploded Hrlosm.iu, "lint Is
is milch. as jou ngreet to drhe nnd
ilellfftr tnj it hole cut!"
"I'leclsclj." slid New mark.
'Tut 1 hnf ml the eggspence of drlv
Ing the logs mjself. Why shot.lt 1 pi
j oil for doing what 1 tmf utietij pa.d
lo huf done?"
"Ilelui'iiiiiu." said he. "we nrcn't
forced to bother with j'oiir los, nod
jou're lucky to get out so citej If 1
turn jT.ur it hole drhe Into the rher
jou'll lose mare thin lulf of It out
right, nud It'll cost jou 11 heap to
saliage the rest. And, whit's more,
I'll turn 'em lu before jou cm get
hold of a pile drher. I'll sort night
and day." he hltUTpd, "1II11I bj tomiir
low morning jou won't haie a slick
of timber nbuie mj boiinx" Ho
laughed again ' "You mint to get
dottu to business almighty midden "
When llnilly Ilclnmaii had drhen
sadly nitaj and the whole drhe. "11"
logs Included, was pouring Into the
main boom' Orde stretilud his nuns
01 er his head In a luxury of satisfac
tion. "That Just nbout settles that cam
phlgu." he said In New mark.
'Olir no. It doesn't!" replied the lit
"WI1.1 V" asked Orde. surprised. "You
don't Imiglne lip'll do anything moro"
"No. but I will." said New mark.
i:.nly 1.1 the full the baby was born
It pnitisl to be 11 Isiy. Orde, uerioiis
ns n int after the ordeil of doing
iiolhlng, tiptoed Into the darkiuid
room. He found his wife weak and
pale, her dark h.ilr f mining her fans
n new look of nipt inner coiitemph
lesly up'ni.it down Is-fore i ulramlns 1 . tjf. Ill ,'i ntn I ' IE
pair of hofes New in ilk. erched n 1 Uw I C I I urvOI , .
Hon rendering even more mjsterliui
her nlttnjs fathomless ejes She held
her lips to him. He kissed them.
('random Orde bnuiglil the new-
comer lu for Orde's Inspection. II
nked gr.nely down on Hie puikercsl.
jdlsioloitd bit of liuinaiilly tilth a
j "Is-do yon thliik-thtt Is"- He
hesltalul. "Dis-s Hie doctor rty he's
going lo be till rlsitj"
",ll right!" cried iirniidinn Orde In
dignantly. "I'd like to l.norf If he Isn't
nil rlghj now! Wh.it In Jb. world do
jou expect of 11 nenlsirn luby?"
Hut Carroll was laughing softly to
herself oil the best. She held out her
"rins for the baby and cuddled It dose
"' ll,r ,,ron"
"He's 11 little dirlln
"and lies going t" grow np big mid
Ktroitg. Just like Ids daddy" She put
her cheek agnluvt I he slipping b.ilc-'s I
and lookid Up sldenlre ut the tno I
rtnudlog iilsne her "Hut I know how
jou fed" she s.il.l to her husband
"When Ihej first shotted lilui to me I
thought he hsikisl llko n Hanut n
thousand j ears 1 Id "
III! Ilrst acisou of the Hooiu
compmij was most (.tucessful
lis prospects for the fuliiro
n pre bright. '1 lu- drhe had
been delivered to Its inrloiis owners
nt 11 pko below what It hid cost thrill '
sen rail) nud without the uisessary
iillpud mt Imtlipr TliPrefore the log
1.11s wile only loo ttllllug to renew
tlielr conlnuts'for niiolhir .tear 'lids .
did not satisfy Newniaik, hotievpr.
"Whit i' want," he told Onle. "Is n ,
charier gltlng usienluslie rights 011
the river and iiuthnrhcliig us to ask I
toll. I'm going to tr), mid get cine out
of the legislature."
lie dcparlisl for Landing ns soon ns
tho assembly opened and almost liu.
"HVnit ne iniiit l n iiiiiit"
misll.itdy became loKt 1 1 one of iliosu
llene struggles of pollihs not less bit
ter heciiiisi' uuiii'iil d lleltizmiu tvai
nlreiilj till lliegioiiuil Neitinuk hid
I he slndow of light ml his ship, for he
nppllpd 101 1 he charier onllie basis nry
Ilia rlt it Ini- ruiuucnis nlreidr nut In'l
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i 1 vk AMIiJ 10 LET ,J
W$$iv&i I Kveryunc to Know that J. E. Ilochn, 'llcicli colluhu in wliiiiin..j Iljc1 ?
I 1 W3lrfs'! f tho tnllor, has mooted from the! AiMicms . '. Ilulletin mltce. fl
! m 3fiLy JVN f Harrison building to Itooma Hi 4Bil-lf .,
I I r3js83AlflK(7il f mill 30, Youiib Hotel. s554-lm " 7 ',m
L UWc2HPEJ)1J I . I WO (lllUI.llt.ll IUUW4. IPI" ' 4 ?
I 1 S555(jj2S f Men to enroll today for gumma' ' it ti,.imii.-ii, UiJ r.inuin at. 'dl
j-&ri"j course In shorthand dictation ' ' " , " : wj
! vmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Y M t A Tcrm beg13 Am) U00ir AND HOARD tfeai
The fact that Hostcttcrt
Stcxach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly pconlc
bn:k to health durinu the
lest 7 cars should con
lime ou that it is the med
icine you need for Indices
(ion, Stoir.nch Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
Kor sale by Hensun, Smith St Co.,
Ltd ; llollUtor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chumheis Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo D'ug
Co . mid nl nil Wholesale Liquor
by his Up 1 i..ln.:niri waiiliu I lie
luiiMieiiii tits 1 In . i'.j e:isiig cou
ctemuisl ami snld as 11 publle utility to
Hie IiI(Iiis hlih'ii Up otTeteil fltillitr
(ilnrililees 11s 1., fuiure It'lprntellienls
III iiddltlon ttete otlnr and more po
tent iirrtlineiils pniffertd tiehlml dosisl
dmirs Mnm e.i-es resnhed i'hem-elies
into 11 ln'il ni'isiliin of in'i Others
e'e I'd (' ,'i h t'liii 1 lilr. fat roll
III' ' 1 'It 1 1 fiiiii liimiet ee were
nil l!if 1 i'i fn h. I ilbes as nb'ii'e
as l'ni!.:'i pii oil t.Hli 1 he ilnllir
01 ilk Neuipij i-ri jtll oter the Mile
ttere pre'sid lulu srnle. noii'
tlii c'i II lie ii'd niiiip'li.itiil 1 mss
itirrei is i i"i.i unit id 1 1 cut . el,i
uri'i lie "IMS' ! nil'-i'"id tlii'in
i to il ij Willi tin 1 1. In 111 tlilp'il lit- Hi- 11
is en'. 1. 1 ujs in iiie Mime
till' 11,11 eui.iil.ll lll."l'VI 1 Mi-I of
the tlr-i lii'f r Hie "i )u II 1 lif
'list, lr v.'lr
but 1 lu- lniir.1
I'll 1 1111 Ji ill.' 1 .111 it tl lltel
"it's tl , . ,J .1 t I
snld w'Tieti I'n 11 1 er li.,l
lilt. 'll.i .',. 1.I1.0
on It. II it'll til .e II 11 I' ,
gel 01:1 n! i'i hi Mm hi.
1 mile a
ill It In j
'.Vermin. A h
lu tli 1
o in , o,
' i no
won't pij t nl, " 1 u ii t,i t iHii.'it
It would." he ii'iielll lei. tilth 11 rue
rill Utile lnu'i
"It t.l.'l pit ih".itj( ttell enough," re
plied New 1 "k dirhlellj. 'and It
ghes us a t nitiv'p pnlnt lo work
from Vui il m'l iiiipiisi up lire g'
ll' to quit III lltel ill It lug. do jou?
We it nut lo I11 L annuel for Mime
tl ubrr of our nvt 1 There's where the
big 1 mi pi Is 111l piihnps ne can
buy 0 si hoi 'ii r or litn nud gu Into the
carry I g trade New mark &. Onle
ininus soirethlng In tlue fellows
N thi'ioiirMMif the next eight years
Neitmilk .V tilde lloitid high on
th it' fond uf npinreiit prospirlly
llul ntlcuds 11 liUsilia'.a will con-
cdV'tl mid pussablj mil inaungisl.
'I lie llooin nnd Drlitug comp.iuy made
iiiouej, or course, for 11 llh the margin
of Ml per lent or thele.lboiils necessl.
luted by the feiiipniary tuliiu of the
ImpioiemeiitH gisul j ears could hardly
fall In bilug good returns This, It
will be reuiembeiid, 11 .is 11 stud: cum
I i.iny With the proills fmni that bnsl
uess the tno men cmb.iiktd 011 u sep
Onto 111 t il ui inse lu a new house
or some dre. siiriouuded by grounds
He kppt two stiiaiits, A blooded
litim or liern's drew the succissor to
the original bii.kboiid Newumik
otiiiptl 11 sill yacht or the or six totis,
lu which, iiultp snlllury. he tool, his
only pleasure. II, uh were considered
men or substance nud propel tj. as In
tit 11I the) were.
Iiutuisllltelj lifter the giaulliig of
the chat ter to drlte the liter the part
ners hid offend them an opportunity
of m qulilng uhuu IKKihukk) feet of
timber rem lining from Moirlsou &
Dily's origin it holdings, Oide'tln.illy
inuiplptiil (lip puieltasei nu long time
Holes Helolt the bisinis Ihet preited
11 mill 'Die rollottliig u Inter Orde
spent In the woods Ily spring he Ind
bmked about iljj,n()0 feet
(To Be Continue'! Next Week.)
Some men who hnio loycd nud Inst
nm far more rnrtiliiato than tomo
who have loved ni)d won Uchonec
f )- v.c-ig
ml J. Ttlltlnt. ritv ' ir.K1-.l. ' SBBm
'-" luillUht.il lltlllia ami Tltllgtia TH
i Ily marrlcil couple (no children i, wiin or aiiboui bomd ltUi W
i furnished eottnnc; not over : . .uu.mu Aw., ueur j ii""l St.
Addrcsn "II.", Iluilctln olllce. j huu muoeiuie i8u-ts ( w
' " 15'U-tf j - ,jS
i hit. fci.i "f
Ily married couple (no children 1
furnished cottage; not over is
Addrcsn "II.", Iluilctln otllce.
iTliico or four-room cottnge;
I reasonable. Addicts "K. C.
Second-hand business buggy In good
condition. "Y ". Iluilctln.
Clean wiping rugs at the Iluilctln ot
llce. SITUATION 'WANTED.
Young man wants clerlral or book-
kpcplng position rint-clasa ref
erences. AiMtcsa "i,"' Iliillctlii
Phono CU9 nnd nsk for Car No. 482
Fred Nojcs' new 1910 7-pascngcr
Kissel Knr, Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phone 199, Young Hotel Stand;
Clins. Ilc-ynolds. 4E-10-tt
E. H. Lewis will oncn on April 1 a
ildlug school nt Athletic Park, 2G
stilish saddle horses will bo U3cd
Hours from '.1 to It and 3 to C.
dally. Prices will ho $1 per les
son, or twelve lossons for $10. Wo
gunrnntea to ir.nko n good rider
of jou for $10 I.owls Stnhlcs,
Tel. 41 s50C-tf
'tt butg Xtr-l'lunibti sua IinsmiUi
-nllh rlt lint Hole! snrt I'snsM
Dr. 3. H. Raymond
PIIYSICUN AND SURQE0N.
Alakra St., Mauka Factflc Club.
Office Hours Front 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
re-1 Office. 500. Residence. Uftfl
W. Karl Vincent
rof. of Music :.eons In Singing, I
I'lanufoilc, Pipe Oigan, etc, Stu-'
cllo, lCsiplolnnl lllds.; room 17)
lies, 1C21 Nuuanu Ave; phono
H2S. 4S44.tr j
Dr. F. SIHUKMANN
Corner Union and Ueretania Sti,
House Consulting, 2J p. m., Sat
urday! excepted. Operating, 8-1S
a. m 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. U. 110 WAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; lies
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
If you want to spring a joke on
your friend, bring him up to the
Wine auct Liquor Dealers
THUS. F. MOTiailE & CO.
101 and 105 King Street
V 0 Box 75R Phono Wnln 14ff
Uulletln Dullness Otllce i'hnni ttfti
bulletin Editonal Uoo'ji Phoue IBi
lent I ".
II. ,1 lit) TirfiiMi uiielUie it uiiif-n.iliilc 14
''Hie TlriliMi uliivluiie it liin-i-iitlilK
lliieullou. No mldrwiSliig ncco
mi) in teiiilliiti out bills or ro
celplu. Ilullellti I'oblhning Us, '
kule ugtliis tin palcliieti.
Six-room fumhihcl houso; modern
In ctory respect, $00 per iiioiilh.
Ileietunln sticpt ncni I'liiinhoii.
K. K.' , this olllce. 1.172-1.
Ono into Pnclinnl 110 pliaeluu nut
mnhlto, In use 0110 month l'nr
tlcuhirs, Dr C. D Uinghoriio.
Nutnl Stiillon. 5Su-it
Men's clothing on ci edit. Jlnweek;
suit given nt once. Levy Outlil
tlng Co., Sachs Iildg, l'ort nt
Dlnmnmls and Jenclry bought, sold
nml oxchanged. J. Curio, Tort St.
Intcr-lslnml nnd Oahu Itnllro.id ship
ping hocks, ui llulletl.i olllce tr
Unanesr Employment Association.
Maunakna near Al Theater. Call
up phono C97 It jou want a coulc,
rood ttov or servants
For Good furniture
. In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
fiom contamination as
sure ample keeping
- -THE POND DAIRY,
'UtO. A. MAR11N,
Buiine'.s Suits for $29
WHEN THE BELL
fails to rinR, Rt a new battery from
Union Electric Co.,
.1. C. Carter : : Proprietor
nanutacturad f.om pur distilled m
r, Oallvertd m any part of city y
OAHU i:e AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb, lets
W. O, OARNHAin
1JJ Merchant Ut .
All the Uu
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
' Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tliayoi' Piano Co.
160 'Hotel St. I'hnuc 218,
4572-1 f I Invention. No mlilrwliiK nece- OSJfl
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