Q!â'nêqi?laxu went on. He saw a large bird, the thunder-bird. The thunder-bird was eating the double-headed serpent. Q!â'nêqi?laxu took the back of the double-headed serpent. He put the back of the serpent on as a belt. He took the eyes of the double-headed serpent and threw them as sling-stones at the whale. The whale died. Q!â'nêqi?laxu took the whale and threw it inland. Then he threw sling-stones at another whale, and the whale died. Then he threw sling-stones at another whale. He took the whale and threw it up shore; and again he threw sling-stones at a whale, ---- at another whale. He took the whale and threw it up shore. Then he finished. Then he had enough for food for Only-One.
193:1 See Publications of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, Vol. X, pp. 192, 193.