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a place as another to learn more about the massacre. Cow-boys coming from other round-ups and getting drunk might talk.The famous mining town was two years old. It had ceased to be a "wind city" or e dren of the settlers were left to bear the brunt of the anger of the Apaches. It was too much for even the Tucson journalist. He turned from denunciation of the [Pg 180]military, for one moment, and a 潋杼熸孁孛檹枦庥啿堠煱吡爉嗙棫湌淢巊爏垧毼榨懛嵊椯棊櫵哦滺熠涻熃殰噔寏愳檆喏樊枅嗟毎杄,

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d to the door.Brewster hesitated for a moment, then walked out,[Pg 194] a little unsteadily. They blew out the candle and took down the gray blanket. "A stone can have broken that pane, and I cut my h r herself would be to lose every hold upon life.She was happier than she had been in Washington. Landor saw that, but he refused to see that she was[Pg 181] also better. However much a man may admire, ble. It takes time to blind plunging horses and lead them out singly. And there is no time to take. Hay and straw[Pg 208] and gunny-sacks and the dry wood of the stable go up like tinder. It has burne

sed her reproach. In spite of himself and what he felt ought properly to be the tragedy of the affair, he smiled. The humor of her majestic disapproval was irresistible under the circumstances. But sh mountain afternoon hummed with the swish click-clock, swish click-clock of the curry-combs and brushes, and the busy scraping of the stable brooms in the stalls.Felipa stood leaning against the gate int. "Taylor, see here. I want to find out more about the Kirby massacre. There is more to that than has appeared in print."The minister nodded his head. "Yes, I reckon there is," he agreed."You remem

ched a warm, smooth flank. The horse gave a little low whinny. Quick as a flash he whipped out his knife and hamstrung it, not that one only, but ten other mules and horses before[Pg 207] he stopped. of C?sar, and it is better for him, much better, that the charge of "unsoldierly and unofficer-like conduct, in violation of the sixty-first article of war," should never come up against him, however they held their breaths. Ellton began to guess what was expected to happen. Yet Brewster himself did not come out.Landor had almost decided that he had made an ungenerous mistake, when Ellton came ove

the Mexican possession; but Cairness said it was undoubtedly so, and took his leave,[Pg 173] clanking his spurs, heavy footed, and stooping his long form, in continuance of the r?le of ass. He knew w that it was to force him to purchase supplies from the agent and his friends, or else get out. He knew that his reservation—none too large, as it was, for three thousand adults more or less—had been t craves secrecy. A strong one seeks the open and a chance to fight to the end, whatever that may be, before the judges of earth and heaven. They stood facing each other, challenging across the woman over unceasingly, and commented on Landor's attitude. "He stalks around in defiant dignity and makes everybody uncomfortable," they said."Everybody ought to be uncomfortable," Ellton told them; "ever

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