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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.,- 8ATUIIDAY, MAY 7, 1910..
Copyright. I90S. lr lh McClurt Com.
n, Copcljhl. 1937. I'lOS. lr
Sltwtrt t.ilol Wklu
(To Be Continued Next Week.)
ALL that day nnd tliu next night
the tight wns lmiul tu liuml
i without the opportunity of n
breathing space. Then Ordo
bareheaded nud disheveled, strung to
n high excitement, began to be harass
es by annoyances. The piles gao out
ftewmark left, ostensibly to purchase
nmre. He did not return. Tom North
nnd Jim Denning, thefr eye burning
deep In their head for lack of sleep,
came to Ordo, holding lo hln) sym
bolically their empty hand.
"No more piles." they suit! briefly.
"Get 'em," said Orde with equal
brevity. "Newmnrt will have enough
beio shortly. In I hi; meantime get
North nnd his friend disappeared,
taking with them the crews or the
drivers and the two nig. After an
Interval they returned towing small
rafts of the long timber.' Urde did
not make any Inquiries, nor until dnys
later did he 'see n copy nf lio newspa
per telling how n lawless gang'' of rlv
crmen had driven tinny the railroad
men and stolen the railroad's property.
Orde was everywhere. Miles nnd
miles he traveled, running nlong the
tops of the booms, over the surface of
the Jnm, spying I lie weakening places
nnd hurrying to them u rescue.
Toward noon the piles gave out
"Where In h Is-New'mnrk?" ex
ploded Orde. lie sent North nnd a
crew of men to cut piles from stand
ing timber In farm wood lots near the
"if the owners object stand them off
with your peinles!" ,
Down rlu-r the various mill owners
vrero busy with what men they bad
left In stringing defenses ncrois the'
river in case Urdu's works should go
out. "AVhen Urdu heatU this be swore
"Crazy fools!" .he .spnt out. "They'd
be a lot better offi helplug here. If,
this goes out thelF Jlttle' booms won't'
amount to a whiff of wind."
He sent word to that effect: but.
lacking I lie enforcement of bis person
nl presence, his message did not car
ry conviction, nud Ibe panic stricken
owners continued to labor, each ac
cording to hi Ideas. However, Weltou
nnsweird the, summons. Urde hailed
bis coming with u shout.
"I want a dredge!" he yelled ns soon
na the lumbcrmuu'wus wlthlu distance.
"I believe wo can relieve Ihu, pressure
somewhat, by u channel Into Steam's
bayou, (let that government dredge
up nnd through tbo .bayou ns soon as
"All right." said Welton briefly.
"Can you hold her?"
"I've got to hold her." replied Orde
between clinched teeth. "Where In
li li Ncwimirk? 1 heed him ror tlfty
things, and he's disappeared off the
face of tbp earth! 1'tirdy. that second
cable! She's snapped n strand! Uet
n re-cuforclng line on her!" lleran
without another thought of Welton.
But flesh nnd blood has Its limit nf
endurance, nud that limit was nlmost
reached. Orde beard' the first premonl-
"Cnr.ic on anil )' ort soincfhfnii'dVme:"
tlons of reaction lu the mild grum
blings that aruse. Although the need
for struggle ugalnst tbo tireless dy
namics of the rher wnn lis Insistent ns
aver, although It seemed certain that
a moment's cessation of effort would
permit the enemy nn Inetrlevnblo
t'nln. ho called a halt on the whole
"Hoys," said he Irrelevantly, "let's
linve u smoke,"
He threw himself ful length against
a slanting pile, leisurely Oiling Ids
pipe. The men slnred n moment nnd
then followed his exupiplc. The hori
zon lay low and black against the
nflerglow. Heneath It the river shono
like silver. Over beyond the rise of
land Unit lay between the river and
Stcarn'rt bayou could be seen the cloud
of mingled smoke nud steam that
marked the nctli Ity of tho dredge.
Orde wns apparently innie at ease
than nny of the rest, but each Instant
bo expected to hear the premonitory
crack that would sound the eud of
everything. I'luully be yawned and
cot to ,h!s feet.
"Now," said he, n nevv ring In bli
volce.y'cotno on and let's get some
They responded o a mnn.
Ity midnight the water bad gono
dqyya slightly. Half Hie cccsv.aiuiti.heil
n little sfeep. For several hour more
the Issue hung ltrepilltbrlum. Then,
with the opening of tin' channel Into
(ttriim'f bayou, the heaviest pressure
Tins relieved I'or the moment tb
ncutc dnnger point, wns passed. Ovile .
spent the next two days In strengthen'
Ing (he defenses. The men were able
to take tbelr quota of meals and nf
The Jnm Iinl been successfully held
it the Iron rultnmd bridge above Hol
ding, but only- by the most strenuous
efforts Rrnces of onk beams ,had
been slanted where they would do the 1
most good. Clin I in strengthened the
weaker spots, nnd on top of nil ton
trtcr ton of railroad Iron held the
whole Immovably. Nolan hud nil the
help he required. Ktcry device known
wits employed t strengthen the n in.
For only n few hours was t,he result
In doubt. Then, ns the Clarion Jul.!
lantly expressed It. "It's n hundred
dollars to ntt old Tilt she holds!"
Orde received all this with satisfac
tion but wltb u slight skepticism.
"It's a flouting Jnm. nnd It gets a
push from underneath." he pointed
out. "It's probably safe, but another
flood might send it out.''
"Tim Hoods lire going down." said
"Oood Lord. 1 hope so!" said ,Orde.
Ne wina rk sent word that u sudden
fit of skkness bad confined htm to tlii)
Now Orde decided to break out n
channel through the Jnm Itself. This
wns a necessary preliminary to getting
the logs In shape for distribution. Ah
oienlng wns made In the piles, nud llu
tlvermen. with pike poles it ml peiirlc.
begun cautiously to dig their nay
through the tnugled timbers. The gov
ernment pile driver, which had llnnlly
been sent up from below, liegiirr- plac
ing five extru bourns tit Intervals down-
Ktieom to capture the drift ns fast as.
It wns turned loose. The troubles ap
peared to be' quite oer when woitl
iittno from Ucddlng th.it the wntcrx
were ngiilu rising. Ten minutes later
Leopold Lincoln Ilunn. the local re
porter, came flapping In on Itnndall's
old white horse, like n second Paul lie
veie, crying that the Iron bridge bad
gone and the logs 'vrero racing down
river tdward the booms.
"It Just went out!" he answered the
eager exdnmntlons of the men who
crowded around him. "That's nil I
know. It went out! And the other
bridges! Sure! All but the Ijike Shore!
Dou't know why that didn't go out.
No; the logs didn't Jam there-Just slid
"That settles It." said Welton.
"You won't quit J" ctlcd Orde.
"Certainly. Vou're cniM'I" until Wei
Ion, with some iisnrlty. ''If they can't
stop n ".ttlc Jam with Iron, what ore
jour wooden defenses going to amount
to against the whole niiumulullnn?
-.When those, logs hit the tall of this
Jam she'll go out. Iiefore you cuii.wluk.
It's sure death, nnd I'm not going to
sacrlllie my men."
Already the news wns spreading
among the workers on the Jams. Urde
saw the government drlver'betow cost
ing loose (rpin tier moorings. A mo
ment later her tug towed her uwny to
n side bayou of safety out of the ex
pected rush to tin- lake.
"Hut we can fi&ld her!" cried Orde
"It's no use. boy," said old Curlin;
"It's sure deiilb,"
"Sure death!" Orde laughed bitterly.
"All right: sure death, then. Isn't
there n man In this crowd that will
tackle this kort of sure death with
"I'm with you." "And roe." said
North nud the Hough Ited lu a breath.
"Oood!" cried Orde. "You, too.
Johnny Sims utid I'imly nud Jimmy
Powers? llully boys."'
"1 reckon you'll need tbo tug." said
A dozen more of Orde's personal fol
"We've got to close that opening first
thing." said he. ".Marsh, tow the pile
driter up there."
Th,e opening was to be closed by
piles driven In groups of sixteen bound
together by chains. The clumps were
connected one to the other by n system
of iKioni logs nnd ropes to Interpose n
continuous barrier. The pile driver
placed the Humps, whllo the tug at
tended to the connecting defenses.
"Now. lioys," said Orde as his Inst
word, "If she starts to go snvo your-
sehes the best way joii can. Never
mind the driver. Htny on top."
Slowly tlio tug iiikI her ronsort nosed
up thiough the boiling water.
"'Work fast!" Urde Hilled to tbo
men on the pile- drlier. "If we eflti
close the opening before those Iteddl'ig
logs hit us we may be nblo to turn
them Into our new ihanncl."
He did not ndd that f the opening'
were not closed Iiefore Hie Jnm broke, 1
ns break It would In n iery few mo.
ments, the probabilities were that both
pile driver nnd lug would be destroy,
ed. Kvery man knew that already.
Tom North onlered a pile placed In
the carriage. The hammer descended.
The woi W went forward as rapidly us
possible. I'our times the Jam shrugged
nnd settled, but four times It paused
on 'the brink of discharge. Three of
the clumps had been placed and bound,
nnd fifteen piles of the Inst clump had
"One nmre pile!" breathed Orde. "
The hammer ran smoothly to the top
nnd fell. A half dozen times more It
ripped. Then .heavy chains wero
thrown around the winch, nud the
' steam power liegnti to draw the clumps
"Done!" cried Tnm North. '
North unmoored, nud the driver
dropped back with the current. The
tug churned forward to nrrnuipllHh the
last duly of binding the defenses to
gether by means of chains nnd cables.
Two men Ion pod In the floating booms.
Orde nnd the Hough Hed set about the
task, They worked from either end to
ward the middle, When they met Orde
orihrid, Rci abo"nUlie tz
TirffeTTilYone. Jimmy." said he.
Aboard the tug nil was tense prepa.
ration. In the engine room Harvey.
Ma hflti.t n tlift ttittiftln stnA.1 PAA.ltf
tothrow bcr wide, open 'nt the signal,
ArmM wh ,hi,rl) ,.. ,wo tnpn nr.
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pared to cut the mooring lines on n
sign from the Hough Hed. They watch
ed his upraised bond. When It should
descend. tlit-lr axes must fall.
Orde folded n knot. Upstream the
Jnm nettled, deliberately forward, cut
ting n clump of piles like straw
"She's coming!" cried the Hough Hed.
"Give me every second you can,"
laid Orde, making the last turns
The mass toppled slowly, fell Into
the swift current nnd leaped with
"Jump!" tiie Hough Hed cried, and
Ills nrni descended.
Orde leaped blindly for the rail,
where he was seized nnd drugged
aboard by the Hough Hed. The axes
fell; Marsh whirled over the wheel;
Harvey threwopen Ids throttle. Tbo
tug sprung from Its leash like a bound.
And behind the barrier the logs, toss
ing and tumbling, the while spray fly
ing before their onslaught, bent In
vain ugntnst the barrier, like raging
wild beasts whoo prey has escaped.
now took steps to deflect
to the channel recently
dredged to Bteurn's bajou the
mass or tne togs racing, nown
stream from Hcddlug. He estimated
that he bad still two hours or so In
which to do the work.
This nt first he succeeded In doing,
nnd very Kueowsfully as ulTccilug the
pressure on the Jam below. To the
crew working' lu Ilia channel dredged
through to Steam's bayou the nffulr
was that of driving u rather nnrrow
and Mwlfl stream, only exaggerated.
A targe ptoiortloii of the iIuiIkts
found their way Into (lie bayou.
Those that conllmird on down the riv
er could hardly bine much effect on
the Jam. ""Ah ,ct only the advance of
the big Jam had arrived ut the dredged
"We enn't keep this up when 'tho
main body hits us!" Orde panted to
Jltn Penning. "We'll bave'lo do more
pile drUer work "
lie made u rapid excursion to the
Hpom co in p. wliencc be returned with
thirty or forty men.
"Hero, boys," said he. "you can keep
these' logs' moving In this channel for
a couple of hours."
Orde now returned to the Jam. where,
on the pile driver, the tugs and the
booms he set methodically to stiength
enlng the defenses,
Hut shortly the water began' lo rlso
again, this time fairly by. leaps. I'or
the hundredth time the frail wooden
to millions of
IHiunds were test
ed to the very ex
tniine of their en
durance. The net
work of chains
nnd cuhles tight
eicr nearer the
the situation had
ate. And for the first
time Orde com-
"' plctcly lost nl
(inolji.t the meiino ,HdSc nud became
tifj lug. fluently prolunc.
He shook tils (1st against the menacing
logs; lie upostiophled the rlier, the
high water, the- Jnm, the deserters.
Newmark nnd Ids Illness, ending In u j
general nuutlicum ng.ilnst any and ml
streams, logs nnd floods.
"Wyll." snld Tom North, "he's good
nnd mad this time,"
At the dredged channel Urde saw
the 1 1 verinon standing Idle! and. halt
blind with anger, lie burst upon them.
Thru he stopped short nud stared.
Square -across the dredged channel
and completely blocking It lay a sin
gle span of un iron bridge. Ilehlnd It
the logs lint), of course, piled iqi lu u
Jnm, which dammed back the 'water,
"Where In h- did that drop fromr
"Come down on lop the Jam." ex
plained a rlvernmii. '
Orde. silddi-nly fallen Into n rold
rage, stared at the obstruction, both
lists clinched at Ills side. ,
"That ubout settles It,'' said Weltou.
"Si'J He!" cried Urde. "I should think
Welton snilled quaintly.
"Uuu't you Loon when you're lick
ed?" "Licked, h-i" said Olde. "We'
Just begun to light."
"What can juu UoV
Til blow her up with powder."
"liver liy to to blow up iiuuj"
"There niUi-l be wuue way,"
Oh, there Is,' ii-plled Weltou, "ot
course take lier apart tsilt by bolt
nud mil I iv nut."
"Send for the wi encbes, then!' snap
"Hut It n. lid take days. It would
be ton late It would iln lio guisl "
"I'vrh'ips lint." litiHl'Uited Urde,
"hut It will Ih- doing something, any
way Look lure. U'oltiiii. are you
game': if .miii'Ii gel Hint bridge nut III
two d.i;s I'll holil the Jam "
"You i-au't hold (hit Juiii two hours.'
, "That's my busiiic. Will you send
for lanterns and wrenches nud keep
this irew wot Mug V
"I will.'' suld Weltou.
During' the nest "" !'Ws the old "Where. wuerefVrTeTTurde.
scenes wete nil re.hed, with Imik of A, (M ,., t.i,n. drv voice
tbym the weight id the struggle that iTiP through the turmoil Utile look
had gone Iwfore, fines belonging m (1(, M , ,.,, ,,,. jPjn,. standing In
livers nun protesting owners were ien-.
ed and sharpened, liven the Inviolate
government supply wns commandeer
rd. Then nil at once, ns though n faucet i
had been turned off, the floods slack
ems, "They've opened the channel," saM
Orde dully. Ills vol e sounded to him
self very far nwny. He felt himself
moving In stmuge and distorted sur
roundings, ne beard hlmselr repeat
ing to cacli of n number of wavering,
gigantic figures the tallsnmtile words
that had lu-tompltidicd the dWi-olutlon
of the earth for himself, "They ve
opened the channel." At last he felt
bard planks beneath his feet, nnd.
shaking his held with nil elToit. he
made out the pilothouse of the Sprltu
nnd n hollow eyed man leaning iigalnyt
It. "They've opened the channel.
Marsh." he repealed. "I guess that'll
be nil." Then quite slowly he sank to
the deck, sound asleep.
When Newmark- lefti In the early
stages of the Jam. he gave scant
thought to the errand on which he
had ostensibly departed. Whether or
not Orde got u supply of piles was lo
blm li mutter of ludllTcrcuie. Ills
hope, or. rather, pn-leieiice. was that
the Jam should go nut, but he x.iw
clearly that Orde. bllmliil by the swif;
notion of the struggle, wns as jet nn
nblo to perceive. liven should the rlv-
ennan succeed In Mopping the Jam
the extraordinary expenses Imldeutnl
to the defense nnd to the subsequent
salvaging, untnngllng iiuil sorting
would more lliiiu eat tip the prolltsot
the drlic. Orde would then be forced
to ask for an extension of time on his
On arriving In MonrnWn he drove
to his own house. To .Mullock he Is
"(lo to'the office and tell them I nm
III," said he. "and their bunt up Mr.
Heluzman. 1 want to seu blm Imme
The Ucrman entered rather rod nnd
breathless, surprised to llud Newmark
"Ilelnrmnn." said "he, "In three
weeks at the latest Orde will come to
"O'i. I nlll'l IrfirAfin; mull.
you asking for-.i rcpewal of the note
you hold ngnliist cur llrm. ion must
refuse In ui-ike sileh u reojil,"
"All rlglnlt," uli-isl lleliizuian.
"He'll iriib.ibl niTcr yil u liUln-r
Intelesl. inn uiu-t refu'-e ill.ilv then
when the imti-s are nt cnlnc" ,Mui must
begin suit lu tulel limno."
"All i It hill.' rrpi-AtisI llclnzniiili. a
little HMIewxIy "It-. .nl lldlik tie vlll
bold Oral J imV I got lots of log ,ln
Hull Jam. If II gis--. out I lll li'M- u
heap of iiiiuii " ,
"Well. )ou II make quite n heap "U
tills deal." Mind .Newilhllk i-iiri'leSsl.Vi
'Silpiii'i he hold It " Mild Helot
in.lli. piiwlug. "I hue II".,- Ibe mil
chief lo Jiiiuup on him '
Ni-wiii.nk loikiil at the lierui.iu
sharply, "I Mipikwe .ion know Jul
how deep jou're in tilt';"
"Oh. I ain't I..HKlng omit," uega
tlVhl llelnziiiMIl ."mil a bit.''
, Little lit little the Wllliji- Went down.
The pleHillle. iilii-mly isiimliler.ilily re-Ib-Msl
1 1. ih" cli lintel Into jleiiru's
ba.Miii. sl.ii kfiml ctt-ry hour. unl--.
"till lull ihmsl with his imig itcllusl
,.,'p. ih,,,. p-pk almig the man-It road
to town. Hub- li-gan In let lew- tin- Kilt
nation ,s .Netvmlrl; hid a-suratrly
fnliei-ll, n- came illnei-t lllllneili.llely
to ii re.ilUiitlnii thai the tlrtu tti-uld
lint be.llble Hi meet tile linlii. glteii In
Ilebirin.lli. Orde bad de'lii'hsl' nil
the pmllts frnill the m-iimhi's drive to
eniible him to make up I lie rleci-.iry '
iiliioiiuf. Those protlts would lie
greatly diminished If not wiped out
entirely by the exieiisi-. Iiolb regular
and Irregular, Incurred In holding tho
"I'll have to get nn extension nf
time." said Urdo to himself. "Uf isiursu
Joe. will lei me bate more time on my
own personal note lo the tlrm, And
Ilelimnnn surely ought lo. 1 snted u
fot of bin logs lu Hint Jim. And If he
doesn't tvniil to I gui-ss.nn offer Of n
little higher Interest will fetch blm.''
Dually he pulled up opisislle the
Orde house, sprung up the walk nnd
Into the front door,
"Hello, sweetheart!" he called cheer
ily. The crimes rtlone answered him. He
cried ngiilu nnd yet ngiilu. with n
growing reeling of dlsnpHilutmeiit that
Carroll Minimi happen to be from i
home. A tuomeiii Inter .Mary, the Irish I
t-ervniit girl, mine through the illuliigl
room, caught sight of Urde. threw her
nproti oter her head and burst Into ex.'
travngiitii demonstrations of grief, '
"What Is It, Mary':" he nsked very i
Hut the girl only ttept Hie louder,
Orde sprnni'' forw-frd to shower her!
with qui-mloffs. These e Idled iniililn
lint broken nnd Incoherent fragments,
concerning "the missus, iIl the sad
daM" Al this iiiomeni llol.bv nnmsir.
ed from the lllreillnn of the kltehell.
Orde, frnntle with nlnim, fell upon bis
sou. Hobby could only mumble sonic.
thing nboiit "smn!liox" nnd "took
mn,tynit awnr with doctor."
"IIV nil rlghl." raid the doctor;
"Your wife wns exposed lo smillllmx
nnd Is at til.v house In avoid the dan
ger of spreading contagion. She Is not
"Where was h" exposed V"
"liowu at Helium in', yon know
or perhaps you don't-that old llein
mnn Is the worst sort of nntl-viti-efii.i-
,'loti crank. Well, he's reaped Ibe re-,
"Ilits he smnllo;.V annul Olde
".Nn: Ills daughter At lua. lird
I'lmws ttheie she gut It. Mrs. Uri.'c
happened lo Ih- with her tt lieu she was
taken with tin- s,tiiqitmiis that begin
the dlsi-nse. .s a neighborly deed she
lem.iliicd with the gill. Uf course no
on' eon id tell It was suiiiIIhix at that
time .So.t ihiy, however, the char
uilerMIc r.fb uppe.ireil on the thighs
nnd iirinplta. I telegraphed to Hcd
dlug for a nurse, t'utll she came Mrs.
Uide slut oil by like u brick. Don't
know what I should hate done with
"When wns thlsi" nsked Urde.
"Set en days ago."
"How Is Minn gettlngouT'
"She'll get well. I suppose I'll linve
old -Heliiziunii on my hands, though,
r.ianlloiril old fool. Huslxsl right In
when he In-ill il his daughter was sick,
Couldn't kis-p blm out. And bo's been
with l.er or near her ever since."
"I'm going to step up to. your house
nnd see Mrs. Urde."
"You mn telephone her," said the
He colled up Dr. McMullen's house
on the telephone.
"You're u dour, brave girl, nnd I'm
proud of .tint." said Urde.
"Xiiii'i-u-ie! There wns no danger nt
nil. I'd I'li'U vaccinated ri-ceutly. And
someb'sly had lo take care of ioor
Minn until we could get help. (low's
After lunch Orde went downtown to
his otllce. Newmark enme lu. "Hello,
Joe!" said Orde, with u slight con
straint. "Timi bad jou pit sick Just nt
that lime. We needed j on."
"You know I'd Imte lieen there If
"Well, we had n lively (line, you bet,
all right, nml got through about by
the skin of ours
teeth," He arose
and walked over
desk, on the edge
of which be
cost us consider
able. I'll hate to
get nu extension
oil those notes."
"I don't bellevo
I'll be ubli) to
luect those notes.
So iiuiiiy things
"Hut; broke In
II nu certainly
in...rt;...ir- ,;,rdV"""""u", '
A'l-irinur iiiilMu. I"''" rflyhiR on
v your assurance
that you would take them up person
ally. Our icsoiiiies are nil tied up."
"Can't we raise an) thing mine on
the uotberu peninsula timber?" asked
"You ought lo know we can't!" cried
Newmark, with nu appearance of grow
ing exi lleiuenl. "The Inst seventy-lit o
thousand we borrowed for me tlulshes
"Can't you take up part of your
"My note comes due In 1SS5," rejoin
ed Newmark, with cold disgust, "I
expect to take It up then. Hut I can't
until then. I hadn't expected anything
"Well, don't get hot." said Ordo
taguely. "I only thought that north
ern K-iiltisiilii stuff might be worth
kutlug any ttny we could figure It."
"Worth Raving'," snorted Newmark.
"Well, keep your hair on." said
Urde, on whom New mark's manner
was beginning to hate Its effect, ns
Newmark Intended It should. "You
have my Hooui company stock us so
.ciirltj," . "1'relly security for the loss of u
tract like the upper peninsula lim
ber! I thought you'd suiely be able to
pay II," retorted New murk, now secure
lu the position of putting Orde entirety
lu the wrong.
"Well. I expected to pay It. nnd I'll
pny li yet," rejoined Orde, "I think
lleliizni.iu will renew the notes."
He seized Ills, hut and departed.
Once In the street, huweter. his lirlln
lion pasMsl, As was the habit of tho
nm ii. he Is-guii more clearly lo see
Ncwiunik's side and so more em
phatically lu blame himself. After nil.
when he got right down to the essen
tials he inuld not bu't acknowledge
that Newiniilk's uuger was Justified.
"Mr. Ilelimnnn'.'" he nsked briefly
of the lli-st clerk,
"He Is nl home III."
i "Already?" s.ild Orde. He drummed
on the rail thoughtfully. The notes
came due lu leu da).
"Well, who's lu charge?"
I "Mr. Lumliert."
Orde passed through the grill Into
! the Inner room.
Hello. Lambert." he uddicBscd the
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