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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 05, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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GOOD TOR THE APPETITE'
It contains enough of the Tonic Properties, of Medici
nal Roots and Herbs to impart Vigor to the bystem.
The formula is printed o.n the- label your Doctor will
tell you it is good lor you. You will learn to like the
taste it is odd, but agreeable.
5c IN BOTTLES 5c.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
DISI IIlilTi:i 11V
Rycroft's Fountain Soda WorKs,
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by RailA Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
If It's Paiiit
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
Evening Bulletin 75c. Pen Month
kV& "COMMERCIAL BODIES
Tells AMWhcejPlans of Administra
tion to Have -,Urger Permanent
Oarrison Here in Near Future.
To llnlsh n strenuous da) Secretary
ot War Dickinson was entertained nt
I a ihunqitPt nt the Young last even
ing anil Inter nt the roof garden he
spoke to tlrtise who wore nt the ban
quet nnd (libers wlin came In feir tlio
u.ldrcss ii lone.
KecrUnrj DlcUln-nn wan Introduc
ed liy K. I) Tciincy nnd In his re-
(ninilH IiikI evening Inlil Bpicjiil em-
pni.s.s mi me iniH)riaucc 01 iinwall
ns tlio I'ncltlc outpost of tlio United
Hlutes nnil spoke of the plaint which
the depnrlmrnt hml for Increasing tho
slzo of the permanent garrison here.
liln speech In full follows
"I would not hno nny one Infer
from the fact that I have consented
to Bpenk here," Bald Mr Dickinson,
'that I am traveling around tho coun
trj llko many of our statesmen with
n Btieech III my system that I am onx
ton to he delivered of (Laughter.) I
hail n friend who said he was llko
J a Klot machine nnd that all you had to
I do wns to put n dinner Into 111 in to got
n speech. I do not wish to lose nn op
, iKirtunlty of expressing tho pleasure I
have experienced In my visit to Ilono
I lulu mid my deep appreciation of the
j courtesies that have been bestowed
I upon me from the time of my arrival
this morning to this hour,
"I found that I had been preceded
by what t would regard ns a favorablo
Introduction nnd It showed how Ha
waii keeps step with the times. I saw
that no presence was announced In
the paper today, but t recognized thnt
j I had been disguised as my friend
Judson Harmon I hope tlio publica
tion of that picture will not bring
harm to in) friend Harmon la his po
litical nsplrntlttnsf V should regret
to bo nn innocent ciimje (if putting
any obstucle In thV wiyof, hjsliopes.
(Laughter) I havojStiwnls-objjerved
that In America I mean In bur iart
of Amerlcar for I do not Imply that
this Is not n part of America we
hne always had n feeling that In
turning this wjiy we wero going to
a foreign country Tluit was what I
anticipated, t found nothing' of tho
sort, except In the climate, In the
a part of our great Republic, with
the same sentiments, the same aspir
ations, living under tho samo laws nnd
that wo all havo the, same loyalty for
the same Sag. (Applause.)
lng remarks I deslro to thank ou for
tho courtesies Sou hiuo extended to
At tho banquet there were no
speeches, E. 0. Tonney on '! half
"Some of you. 1 believe have not'of Merchants' Association and Cham
experienced nil the beauties of Hal her of Commerce welcoming the War
wall, t don't think vou all appre- Secretary to Honolulu, and the Ut
elate, the lovellnes " tljat surrouriifS f er 'replying In a few words of np
ou, Mil tor llie uenent, ot mose i iireciaiion 01 nis ireawii-iii iieio. o-
retHty DWKIrisoii'Wuid'thM naa ne
knnwA',whal"t1.e,reH'.ls,o,'jeo and do
hefo'ne 'toiiim nitVir rilanhed a longer
,"'" i p. ttl I
During the banquet intiHawnllan
nulntet club furnished music, and nf
ter the banquet a public reception
was held on tho roof garden beforo
tho Secretary delivered his .address.
Those present nt the banquet were
lion. Jacob McOavock Dickinson, i:
D. 'lenncy, Acting Oovernor B. A
Mott-Hnillh, Alonzo Onrtlcy, Hon. II
I.. Holsteln. On. Edwnrd Dali. U S
A, (retired), .! I) Mclnerny, Consul
General 8. Mesors. Col. J. W. Jones
N O II., Cnpt John McDonald, V
9. N.: Hon. 8 M. Dallou, Italian Con
sul V A Schacfcr, Maor J. J. Tern
Wnllcr r Dillingham, Hon. x W. O
8mlth, Kerd l. Wnldron.'Ocn. C. II
Kdwards, U. S, A : lion. A. 8 Cleg
horn. Hoar-Admiral Corwln P, Iteos
II. 8. N.: r"npt, A.,Zeedor, Juitlcc A.
Perry British Consul It. a R. Fors
ter, M. I. lloblnson. Chinese consul
General I.lnng Kwa Ylng, XJapt. W.
II. Chapman. U. 8. A.J F, Klamp,
Pr. K. It. Marshall. U. S, M. II. 8.; II.
O. Mathcson, Daniel I-ogan. rostmas-
ter J. G. Pratt. Major C. O. Long. u.
3. M. C: A. E. Ilcrndt. Capt. Hugh
Rmlmnn. U, 8. N.i Major B 17. Virt;
slow, U. 8 A.: Cnpt C. J Timber
lake. U. 8. A.: Hon II. W Ilrcrkons,
nichard Ivors, It. U. Hnljoy, A. W T,
Hottomlcy. W. 11. Parrlngtoh. Will J
Cooner. Collector of Customs, K. It.
Btacknble, J. D. Dole, Capt. M. N
Kails. U. 8. A.: Norman Wntklns, Mn-
Jor J. P. Hnlncs, U. 9. A.: Mnjor W.
II. Hart. U. 8. A : Portuguese uonsui-
Ocnernl Cnnnvnrro, E. E. Pnxton, Col.
W. 8 Schuyler. U. 8. A., Hon. A. O.
M. Ilnbettson. Japanese Consul (Ion
ornl Ujeno, O C, Swain.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Jeff proved tho old old story of go
ing once to often to tho ring but ns
he got sixty thousand dollars for his
work, he prtibably lpea not. mind tltf)
vegetation nnd the rare and striking
colors of oun flowers.'but In meet- American, ns wc are.
lng our people I realize thnt this Is
want to suggest to ou.that at nbopt
two thirty on any afternoon yqu cj)mb
up tho circuitous route ,tp the lop of
Diamond Hcnd nnd when ou haye
seen thn vista from there why you
will then nppreclnto something In Ha-,i
wall I fear some of )on hnvo not ex
"My visit hero Is mainly official. It
was said today by Mr. 'fenney that
one complaint J on had was that wo
stop hero only as n halting place nnd
spend n dny or n day nnd a half only.
I told him In response to that, that
It was because they did not know
hlxjiit th(. counlrj, but that n? one
stops on his ricond trip for only n
day or n da and a half
"The principal object of my visit
here,, so far as Hawaii Is concerned,
Is to look after the defonses of tho
Islands, nnd the military posts, and I
will sny to ou, what ou probably
already know, (hat tho United Btafos
government has somo ratrurr ambi
tious, plans In connection with tho ex
tension) of theso posts nnd tho mili
tary establishment here, and U pro
bable. In tho near future that .there
will be n considerable, Increaso In tho
number of soldiers that will come
from tho United ptutes and remain
as a permanent garrison
"1 have no special message to ou
from the. President ot the United
States, but I feel that I can congratu
late this part of tlio country upon hav
ing. In the presidency, a man who
has such n thorough training nnd
wldo oxperlenco In our national af
fairs to dlschnrge the high duties of
his office, that It should appeal to
you on account of his experience nnd
knowledge of nffnlrs In the East. So
few Americans have any knowledge
or conception of thp East, nLllsnnj
morco and aspirations of the people.
The President Is exceptional In this
respect. He has a wide and accur
ate knowledge of tho commerce ot
this parof the country, and )ou can
always rely" oil finding In him not
only ono who Is sympathetic but ono
who' has a basic knowledge to thor
oughly understand all tho problems
In tho advancement of jour Interests
"It Is a happy occasion to come
here on this patriotic day and those
ot us who have left our homes be
hind, find hero the same declaration
of Independence, nnd the samo flag
nnd thoso who are a part and parcel of
our own peoplo and ns essentlnlly
for Infants and Children.
The. Effects of Op fates,
TIIAT lXI'ANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and Its various prep
arations, all ot which are narcotic, Is well known. Even In the smallest
doses, if continued, theso opiates cause, changes in tho functions and growth of
the cells, which are likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving fur alcohol or narcotics in later lite. Nervous diseases, such
as Intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, are a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infancy. Tho rule among
physicians Is that children should never receive opiates In tlio smallest doses for
mora than a day at a time, nnd only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, (toothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but n physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tlio druggist should not to a party to It. Children who arc 111 ncul tlio attention
cf a physician, and it Is nothing les than a crime to dose them willfully wllhnar.
cc lei, Castorla contains no narcotics Kit bean the signature of Chas. II. Fletcher.
Tho 7 s jJ -' " Buurnnlc ncnulno
Ignnturr ot WaxT-cUcUt Castorla
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
" Your pmitrtUon know an Cm torts I bsva urnt
Tor jetra In cMldn n't comptfclntl sod X bat found
tolhloj better." "" Joint J. Ltrrt, M. D ,
ClMtl and, Ohio.
Tor itreral years I recommended jont 'Cutorla'
and shall alwaja oontlnna to do eo, aa Ii hat Inra
rlabl jirodaead beneficial reiatta."
Bdwid I.- riiimi, M. V., New York City.
"I bava ptcscrlbed roar CaetorU la many caaea
and bava always found It an efficient and ipecJj
rcmedr." A. I. I'iiliu, II. D., Bt, Looli. Mo.
" 1 bare need yonr Caetorta Inmy own hooubold
with sood rce jlti, and bar ad (fed kareral paltenta
fa ma It for tla mild, laiattta affettland freedom
front barm." Kuwmo fikMial M. D ,
Utookljn, N. Y.
"Yonr CaetorU bold! tie eiteem of tba medical
profeeelon lu a manner beld bjr nu otber proprietary
preparaltun. It Is a tort and reliable medicine for .
intanu and children. In fact U la the salmaai
hoaaenold remedy for Infantile ailments."
J. A. Piaiaii, M. D., Kanaaa Ctty, Mo.
"Your Cattorla la a meritorious booaebold
remedy. It ta purely Tegetable and ecu ae a mild
cathartic Above all, it does no barnvwhlch la
more than can be ald of tbe (real majority of chil
Vioros II. Oomuir, M. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
"With these few short nnd ramhU
Many nf the Honolulu siortshnd
good wins at tho Knhulul races nnJ
conseqiicntly folt,good-on the raturn
trip of tho Klnntir -
The Marines wnlked ovor-tho- Kort
Iluger lndsj nu Suturday to thtj tuno
of J5 to 6, nnd great was tho; Joy at
pejT-DULLETIN ADS PAV-PB,
Every Member of the Family
WEX FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR.HEB OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY . LAMP
SOCKET. ... u .... , .
The Hawaiian Electric Co., ltd.
SWof MY LIF
ty - as
jy fjso y
hut tie xtiick II nut until h bent lln-tiiHt ln-iould i
i'IHh: hi. in n pulp, nn the KHrtlntCF "ervp of mn-ni.-tli nnd fur A fen iiiln
nrlters nftinys Miy In Hie iipniipnperH.il "''" "K1'' "lib dnuble his iintlunr
i iiiu miiimii uni'ii'l was rourti-enl nuve
jr.irs old iind Kent to the l-o Ancelexil tlL-hdiijr'inuu, n hIitiii, nt tht. tline,
mi . .... . . ... . . .--..
l.ijsiiic-m ninegu ror u .vt-sr. Hut tlinlll fttxi l 'urH lie ninr tnitf ileteluliea
aiiHe I 1.1'im t n m r 1111 danger.
hen It inm-s a howdown I ul-
Mai loo light vvorL-to suit tue. I nimt-tj this. Hut to iue.lt vuih entirely fisti
ed to do Hiiiuethtng that would tnkei When I h-nv l'-u luidly Imttcre
Htreiigth. So I vienftn work nn nnil n tight It liiin.'t worried ine ut nil,
Cop)rti;tit 1910 by McClure Newftup--i
tiyndtcate. Oupjrlillit In Ciiiad Hint
Qrenl llrltaln All rlnlita rcarrvtd I
I linCAMK AN irtONWOUKEIt ANl
Ml IOW "3L'I'l:lllll MAN" BTllKNIirtl
Y fathr us -d t tell xliirli'-"
ubnilt mil tll-hlllir.' mi elnl'
i'Ur. imu mid thi-ii Inn
not nftiii eiiiiuub to ". H
too ninth lutirt-vi "I he leflrlei r !
Ily wt heard nf In the Itetnlutlni lit
war mill In the IndMii wnrx." IhvhmiI
to ssy. "and let we tell Jim Hum il
they were i ti1i I mid hmii- lull is'
people, tliet lieter iilliivvul llieini'lu
I to be whlpptd " t j
'Hint whs the prludple I III'-' I Ml
follow. 1 ueter pli ked nu) tlvlilx In I .
If one starltd In -il'e f me I im-i.
great Ji) In not ullnnllig ui.Me'.f tn le
whlppnl The suiet nil In pri'Velit
Unit vvus ti pound the other fellow
until he gave In
When I wu it am ill hoy In the Ar
rojo tseco schiHil, near our biiuie r.im Ii
there vas a bigger buy In the m-lionl
uiuiied i"red Haiulltoii. I 'red and I
hud tbine rivalry, although at thnt
, time I hndn't gmnu very lull He
, a tiltietren je'urs old and nel.'hed
alMiu't Ilk-) poiimln. 1 weighed uboiit
HO, but I whs stocky and bmnd and
strong ereti thru
One day Hamilton and I got lulu in
argument. After a few words be
reached over and lilt me, Now. my
father used to say, "i an eueinj
smite thee, turn tbe other cheek." I
thought that whs nil right, but It be
hit tbe other cheek, too, wlmteter
followed was hi own fault.
Iteitiemberlng the lllble leixnn nt
home nnd these pretepls nhiajs laid
down by my father. I turned the other
cheek ntuirdlng In rule.
"Juat lilt me one) more," 1 snttl
"and I'll get mud" i
He did It.
' And then thlngx Iioimu to luipieii I
might lint bate hid a limine with
tilm when we were both nu nur feel
' but I caught him with it hip h. k nt
the first rush itud threw tilm flat nu
i the ground. Ilefnre he could uilgirk
t away I was on tup, hammering with
both hands. I didn't know ntiwhlug
i about fair staud up righting In thoe
days nnd didn't bother my head nhnut
rlug proprieties Kver) thing went
Ilatilltuu c.uhln't throw me nn. nnd I
gave tilm a fierce beating. His e)es
jrsw -iaftckaaW and his Xavc bruli-ad
when I got through Then i let hlin up
mid went buk Into the m houllioue.
(If (uiir-e there was an mieMlgntlou
nu the spot.
"Did .vim dnall'thls damage?" nsLed
the li-iu her after inlliii- a giMid luokut
- ill I." aid I.
ten In r looked ut tbe big fellow
nppreutlie fur Irouworkers, o tea nil en
the tnnle. v,
Here i.iy strength came tu very gned I
I mustered the work In no time, unit
ln the mouths I could tjunil'e mil
thing t In I any iniiii lu thu hop i-niilit
., , ,, . , . . . work nn, nn that I vv as earning, plete-
dldnt mind the Idea or having been W((k fnim $s (( $J2 ( ((iJ (ml(.(
beaten lijlne , . n uii) man theie. t-xtepl Ibe Im-n
On ntiolher .lav ,. lea. her threw , Hetenteenlb ,er I !..!
bill at in. .....I I. pie .... the head ,; ' .
pc.ed t up nnd lb ew l h uk and lilt .. .. i .1 ..
him on the bend, but ...... h l.mlet, I ,'"i"!ll1 ' '"'"' "!" ""
wasn't imiiMinl for tint, for It ?., '""- w;l w..ik.,l l.t m.11 should
just lit fnr I..I and ,... fit. ' ;'"" '" '"''" "I" ,""
All Ihmngl. in, ho, I ,','- I I'm ',l -'' ")" er Jul. re,,u.r.-.l ill.
tie scraps, like utlur b..iN I.,, ' ,.l ""V1 '"' ,"-"' ' IlK I'1' Un "W "
1 1 rvhei. 1. lot uf men work. In.etlier
Aj () He IXjinun,! mole nr leH iluil'.v.
1 , 11 i 1 ur wiiviiu.g iMuiK itnu iiniaii-
i.l irllUil 11 Utile ill linilll mill illl-.
II.- ilni'x tvtiik wiii over. , When I
ltl-1 beg-ll. working I tholl.'llt ieler.ll
if the tiieu we.e us Minim ns Her
1 n'. tun l.j this time I 1. .uld ii'n.ie
lliiiii hold in; nwu will, them
I. illdi.'t iuie to ini.ke tniii Ii nf
Irnw nn some hldi en reW battleship, I rolled Into shape In the
works before II Is shipped. When you
remember t lit t 4ndi nbite mhIb-Iis frnlll
rit7sl.niiiniiK was s tr..tued BOO to bOO l-t-ui d nnd that It tins to
be fitted xe that el fry Til ft slides Into
Its hole like jour foot Into u tight
shoe yiiu eiiii see ijint putting up nu
oil tnnk Isn't hcIiimiIIiuj's play
At the tank I was working 'i Unit
o m "fin' j.-
'a ' " Vfi
l-op't 1 f in; KtieiiKth. mill I il.iu 1 11. w
II vn lniiiiiii fur .lie 10 be htli.Uj.
M'll I u.p..fe I'jl have beet. 1. Htln II
I..." ,. If I Ij uil I winked hud
I. v.. it In I,'.' I iliillled II nil in -il V
i.l of it ur lie ill .1 III. ill tilt thill w U.'it
1 '. I 11. 1 .1 i lilh .1- in,, Keif Inject III,
t.llor . !.',, f ."--"l.tll II it ll-'tip-
II l be atlf .r- t'le.l I. .mi 1.I1IWU
I ,. ill' when- tin Mm woo .1 idnutiiil.i
tlllll llillfl-n mill UIIIH-IlM mill till' lll.lll.l
'Jilji i.li'i'xp.n.l liieli iiiiil'h
Litter, when I was 1 I111n.pl. in, do.-tlll-4
I'llllllllltn me wl.it.v.':- I ""lit
anil li.ld me that I had "a. nmneloiw
leKiive nf ueife, fui.e," whleli, Il
Meilis 1.1 me, was just iwu,v nf illlnp.
Inu wordN together u explain mii.i.-
llili,. tl.i.u .11, !,,'. ..iiit,.,.,
thiiii I ui.detHti.iid Jt uuki'Ic jiiWyji" l,'l.T. ," 'l'urt' ,,ri,H" from
One thing Is lertlilp. I Uld hJV.!n,!'';'n' lei-t'lVe VdiVfr I iiiMl't'uii.lerstniid.
tne. uiily lu an
kinds .uf streiielli
1 wits a alroug mi.ii-sliniiger Tnr uie,r It lu the ring, fur I've never jet
steady lift or u hard elrnrt nf ill.) kind been dared b .1 blow ur arm weary
limn liny of tue inner men 1 wt.iketi . rrnu. lighting,
I & pir
).- 'ip . 1 .
T. 1 ns ir
fln.WAS HTItAINI.Nia'KOK THK HEAyS.
t I 1, 1 4j K'1 Je a I It . I l")l MIIIIVinilUKli
Vf.strrngtltbnl i.Htiutjp. i ' liiiMMIiiWrti liie'lli 11 vvnj two nr
emvrtm. IJn'id iv(iY'f)lreiJriiilininilio'rKli!M(l tell nu llie
igtli." .U niiliMirlC''tlilieM5rabsolitVe inltU 'tf til'v't-'r rVullyjleed-
with. Hut nil u few ot( iislnint i-uii.e
u tllfTereut kind uf strength entipletl
'the tit hi time th.it this unexplained
power eiei came aujilenly to' me was
I l RtC i 1 1 K 1IOHS TO OlVu MK THK HAItUKHT WOItlC UK II.M
will, ipilckness that nlw..,s iiini.ite.1 b(.f))rt. , )ul( ,, ,lKll(llrt at nild
I... . .laiau.. ..f tea a II .. la Set . . . , .nuu I
"" I Itllllal 1 lllll M il liltlll'u
ae when I sul dnvvu i.flerwar.J to ,, UH Mm(,rk, ,,, lnm -jie
hllik II nver 1111.I stud, n.iua reas....- , ,
"" "'" '!""' ',:" "' ' tn tin. I'unta nil wells In b.llld ...I
sloiL On tba otber side It took- only
a g'mice to see what 'bad happened.
The great mast and boom, folded to
gether, had fallen straight over on thi
half completed Unkr. The men vrer
standing stoctf- still, staring up at the
wreckage. My eyes followed theirs,
and then for about tenth of a seo
t.ud.l felt sick. There on tbe scnffold-
da we hml 11 l.lg tlerrlek t lift the '" ,rl" oy'r "I " l"J one of the
plille Into position It wilt III nil- up """"" pi"" 11110TC mo ucmy ui.i
nnd licniu r friend of mlno. Ills
1. line was Kelly, He wail bent half,
wnv at loss an Iron plate tliut, hint been
rilse.1 neurl) to Its xisltlun. Ills head
nnd Hhiiiilders and bod) were 1111 the
ciile tnwiiril me. ' ' v Ct
r.tel)bml,v, hh 1 said, wns nln k still
11 ml stilling-. Hut 1 didn't evei) think.
I doi.'l know' to this day how 1 ever
m.11 itl mi Ukky. The IM'XttljIng, I
leiueiiiber I was at tile top of the 'lad
Ter nut! stepping nu tile Jllutforiti.
'lliere was the man plnneil 'under the
tliubeis. It. 11 not her Instarit I had my
-Ii. millers under them and ina strain-In-.-
fur the hem e, Ihey enme up
slowly as I straightened my back and
lens, up mid clear; and tbea with 1
II ii 1 1 etTort 1 threw them out and side
w)s to full crushing on the ground.
I fnlrl) Inssed them nv'vsy frftui me. '
Kellv's bid)' slid front Ibe edge inf
the lion piste mid d nipped ! the
LTimnd Ah I inineriloivn slitwly the
u.eu iriilhere.l iirmiud to look nt hliu
'Ih.') rolleil hlin mer tn e? how new
ut lu two he wns, mid to their sjr-prl-e
he mini mil We poured water on
him. nnd after awhile he's: up. It
was one of the iiueerost things that
ever t.sppei..l, He was hurt mure by
the fall tn tlie'groilud than by the tim
bers dropping 011 Ii Int. The tumble
neurl) broke his lie. U, while the tim
bers niil) squeezed him 11 Utile. When
the mast fell Kelly was It-'inln.' across
the edge nf the Iron plate,' looking
low n 'llie limbers enme right across
Ids bmk, but Just aa theyrearhed him
they I'iilgisl, against the frame work of
the tank and stopped short. If they
had gone a. few Inches mure my friend
Kelly would have been cut lu two.-
As siiiiii as lltvnvv b won tujjl alive I
of n malt 00 feet long nnd 12 b) l'J '"""u rtittr or the men to help me sltds
lucbes stiunre. supporting 11 bourn, or ,l'' Umbers along the. gniiint! and get
Just the same site. 'Ibe mast was "''" '' position lp be Uiviiileil
held erect by long guy mpes nf twist. I agiUu
ed ileel wire fastened In lung Imu' A' lunk builder Jeadsin piugh life and
pegi drlveu Into the giound I Imnn't imicli lime tn vut( nu kwiuIj.
Mbat of (he men were wot king "lent. Kelly wasn't glllnj, mid the
itiouud the mast mid bouiu. but I wns rk was lagging.)
nu 11 staging on the other side heading '' T. surprlie,' live "Of lis.ditildiiy
rvls. I hsd Just flulslied tine mid budge tbe Umbers. It tisik eUlirjuVn'
straightened up fur .1 muuieut walling 1 myself luuluded, to moe them 6uo r.t
for another reilhot rivet to be plated " time, and s far us effuri Is Con
t saw one of the long Iron pegs hold- tented I'm sure I lifted with us nimh
lug the guy ropes of the deirlek pulllgcotl will ns when I tossed thelu both
out n( the Kami with a Jerk mid gtijntr nf Kelly slugle handed i:tht uf
whirling high In the ulr, the wire guy
rope twisting mid squirming like 11
snake. Instantly I knew that the mast
Hint lionui were falling There, wns
in) time to run tn the ladder I leaped
li.iw met mail) sllnng ineii who rose " , " "."-"s-wwr,.-; " "
.i.i .,..1.... ... I).iuiii:st.rs areni iieethfl nr, the Job
ii ntr 'i nil inir"i"ii 11; mis ,. , , 111 a
mil lm:heil 'the dllTeieiue lu our them serious. My brother Chillies mr t lug senres ..r ntln rs unit ai Huh' less ,,,u ' ,,",,', ''" B m,,n "',. m' '
les iiuide II seem ridiculous, 1 guess Jink) did mure real IJghlllig Oil one mie 'Tn the best 11' mi intolleetlni. ,""'J ""' ruuK' "r'" ,n itilf I'111"'
At ill.) rate. Iei.vl.er wouldn't believe .hi union lie fought a big b) for it full . Hob I'ltrslniiuous was ibe tiulv nue I Hulldliig nt. nil tank Is no ws.i
Hint lllth' Ilnini) was 'h-giilltt psrt) liniir nnd fnlrl) ini.ssa. ie.1 bin. It was! who had liils ki it k 1 1 trl k I spe.k I'lrst the striiftiirnl Imnwurk uim-h up. ,i,wn In the giniiud, went to ni knees men In im time but none tba
mid 1er.1s.sl tn punish me 'all II hi all niniti'-el befoie II be- nf 1,1,-hl) developed I II smtiiois alifl then 'lie tile Imu plitles me r.s.-.l jtimptd up llkf n rliii.li and inn nrouutl tb. w bat )ni t'..d' Snine nf tbei
I In mil ton mid I hml many jois) gnu I he i.lhn l...i Ii il a s,. ,,, .1 mil ,ul, ,ui,) fellow n U lli'li legs mid "H" I1' "''' " llHeil "Ue" In 1 tl.er u. t n 11 1 s I rub I heard the crush ,ns big as )uu, so It Isn't Just tt
laugh over It jears afterwaitl when I 1 seinnilid link He was a miii e k!d, a thlu l)dy, but I fnunO. when I ,t'i build the si ei Luth sbvul nf linii, ,,f tlnbtrs mid the grludlug ot Irou tie. Where do you net 111"
l.a.l ,...u. ,.. , u .,.. 'a ul U...I l,u it Hlkt tliu Mllt UuIlt ili.dllial till., I. I.t 1. 1 n . 1. n . ,I.L.. 1. U,A. .. I ...n.. 1 Itb a tll ..UUI lild.u. Ml thu ul.l. A ... .1.- -,....1. - L . . . ... . . ' l '
us did shift them around.
Mr Hmnlley, our boss, wns quiet for
awhile. Then he took hold uf my arm
and said' "Well, -Ilin. lou're n t.retty
husky boy I've known snipe strung
bad grovvu up to utnau's size, ami Us' At tUkt the Bght weut agalusl blui, I fought bJm that when be was aluioitjUke tbe sWl ujstes ou tbe side Of s'uiul tilt ibe slukk of s heavy cuuitu-l I didn't kuow 0 I didn't suswsr