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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1914)
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Follow other simple directions in the
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town, but I never knew htm to offer
a reward for Information before."
"Well, I'm much obliged to you.
Oo to IUeketta' oHlee and pick up his
dollar, but don't say I advised It. Uy
no way, wouldn't you break the rules
of the telegraph company If you di
vulged tlie purport of any messago
that passed through your hnnds?"
A look of trouble, almost of fear,
came over the young man's face.
ir a telegram Is secret, he said,
"the sender usually writes It in
"Quite so, but even in that case
wouldn't you be punished If It be-
came known that you had shown Mr.
Itieketts a private dispatch entrusted
to your care?"
"Certainly," admitted the operator,
with growing unenslness, "but I have
not shown your telegram to anybody,
and what I told you was entirely in
"Oh, you needn't fear my round
ing on you. I am merely endeavor
ing to put you in possession of a dol
lar without getting your neck In a
noose. Don't you see that you are
placing yourself entirely at Mr. Klck
"Hut you," protested the frightened
young man, "advised me to do so."
"Undoubtedly. I want you to get
the dollar, hut not to place yourself
in jeopardy. Prom what I saw of
lUcketts this morning I would not
like to bo In his power. Yet Ills dol
lar Is Just as good as another man's,
and I want you to attach It with
safety and profit to yourself. Let me
have another telegraph blank."
Stranlelgh wrote rapidly:
"Spurlock Detective Agency, Chi
cago. "I want to bo put Into communica
tion with Stanley Armstrong, who
left Chicago on foot ten dnys ago, for
the west, and am willing to pay one
hundred dollars for the job. Edmund
Stranlelgh, White's Hotel, Bleachers,
"There," snld his lordship, passing
over the sheet to the operator, "you
show that to our inquisitive friend,
Itieketts, but don't send it over the
Stranlelgh slept that night at
the local tavern, and shortly after
breakfast next morning the telegraph
operator came across with a very sat
isfactory message from New York.
The sender anticipated no difficulty
in finding Armstrong. So, paying his
bill at the hotel and ordering his
horse, Stranlelgh began his return
Journey. He saw no more of Itiek
etts, who, if on any trail, was follow
ing the wrong one.
Dusk had fallen as he wns about to
emerge Into the clearing which in
daylight would have afforded him a
s'ight of Armstrong's house. Sud
denly nud stealthily he found himself
surrounded by six armed men, and
the voice of Jim Dean broke the still
ness. "Good evening, Mr. Stranlelgh. I
must ask you to get down from your
"Willingly," replied the rider. "I
confess I have had enough of him for
"Supper is ready for you at the
Man Proposes; Woman ?
walked and I could whistle! The
more I did these things, the more
fascinnted he became.
Most probably you can guess it. We
went on long romantic walks, and
you can Imnglno me stalking along
with giant strides, nearly whistling
my teeth out! I smile when I think
of It now, but it's a smllo of tender
ness because those walks with Fred
nro among my happiest memories.
Ono afternoon I must have been car
rying on like a cnlllope In seven
league boots, for I aroused Fred to
such a pitch of enchantment that he
proposed and proposed too well. I
expressed my surprise in suitable
terms and accepted him.
T imtruulie AdicrlUcr
"Why at the bunk house? I am
more than satisfied with the fare at
"We'd like a little private conver
sation with you."
"In that ease, Mr. Dean, you could
hardly choose a better place than
"We're a kindly set of chaps, and
couldn't think of keeping a hungry
man out here."
"Hut I'm not hungry."
"Nevertheless, Mr. Stranlelgh, you
come with us, either peaceably, or
by force; whichever you like."
H, I'M willing enough, of course.
I should be ungrateful If I gave
unnecessary trouble, while accepting
your hospitality. I may add that 1
am unarmed, so If you keep your
guns in readiness, you need fear no
reprisal on my part."
"That's all right," responded Dean.
"We're not easily scared, but we are
prepared to protect ourselves If you
try any funny business."
"Will my horse be taken to the
"Sure; your horse will be put In
Its old quarters, and well cared for."
"Then I'd be glad if the man who
takes it would tell Miss Armstrong
that 1 have arrived safely, and will
give her an account of my Journey
when next I have the pleasure of
"I'm sorry Peter can't carry mes
sages. I've already told Miss Arm
strong that your horse will be
brought back; that I saw you olT on
the east-bound train, all of which Is
true. You've brought back the horse,
and you did go east on the train
Miss Armstrong thinks you have be
come tired of waiting for her father,
and that you've gone back East.
"I am to regard myself as your
"Prisoner Isn't a pretty word, and
we nre not entitled to call ourselves
Jailors, but If you don't mind looking
on It that way, it's all the same to
"Well, Mr. Dean. I'm your man in
every sense of the word. Let us
begin our amicable journey. I long
for the bunk house."
"You will keep silent? No shout
Ing or calling for help? There's no
help to be had, anyhow, and a noise
would merely scare the women."
"I recognize the necessity for si
lence. Indeed, my whole future con
duct while with you will be governed
by the strictest secrecy. VIieu I get
tired of the bunk house, I shall merely
cut all your throats while you are
asleep, and will do it In tho quietest
and gentlest manner."
"Oh, I guess we can take caro of
our throats, but I'm much obliged
for the suggestion, which may come
in handy if you get funny, as I
They reached the bunk house by a
circuitous route. A lino fire of logs
wns blazing on the wide hearth, for
at that elevation, even In summer, a
lire was good to look at when night
(Continual in the nvjrt number nf
Tin: SrMi-MoxTin.v M.m.aim-
from Page S)
And now I turn ngaln to the photo
graphs of my bridesmaids. Seven
of them are married now. We were
chums at school together and have
never quite forgotten our habit of ex
changing confidences. Besides, the
question of proposals has always
been a hobby of mine, and in riding
my hobby I have been assisted by
two important qualifications: a
woman's curiosity and a woman's In
tuition. Add theso reasons together and
what is tho total? It is this: I know
how my bridesmaids received their
proposals Just as well as I know how I
received my own.
Alice was the first. Fred and I
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